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 v0m  'A-  . r  ^W^..-  /   ��������� />ra^y  %������  *& ^>  tf X"*\  Ao  */.  /  ? C.  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The; News, Nineteenth Year.  Cumberland; b. c,  Wednesday, no v. 29ih, :<-,__���������  The Store  of Quality  The Store  Of. Quality  THE BIG STORE  *mt*a^f*a1mimM*iat*y***a**^  WAIT for  ���������OUR���������  BIG SALE  -BEGINNING-  Saturday, Nov. 18 |  FOR TEN DAYS  SUHSCKII'TION $l.OO A YEAR  VflHE CORNER STORF I  43  * .>������������������������������������ii ,r���������     |   , .1..,,.,,���������__,._..���������_ 4,  it*  WATCH   THIS   SPACE  ���������FOR���������  CHRISTMAS  SUPPLIES  WONDERFUL BARGAINS  IN EACH and EVERY LINE  I With TOYS too Numerous  to Mention-  iTWO  VALUABLE  PRIZES  GIVER!  AWAY  ���������v  m  'ft  ������>  tit  ������  ������������*  is  .'A  to  ft  ������-  ?>���������  f������  *������  |   J.N. McLEOD,  Dunsmatr Ave.  Cumberland  ri  m  tf  ts*  R  *r*  With every 50 cents purchase from the ist  of December yon receive one ticket. The  drawing will take-place on New Year's Eve,  Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsrhulr Ave,,  Cumberland.  -CO.cne.;Efl^li^R.lsiD-Mfi^-B-V0O^CHOIC-E~  Phokksi       T   R Bate. Cumberland.     ,  *Oc,A<r������^^^������^V'/V9,^*-i������v,������r ^���������^������������������/W*'fc������*wb**������*^M  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE   !_^���������^sl^  REBECCA'S MNCE  //  Locals,  FOUND���������Gasoline launch on  beach near Carthow'b, Coniox.  Launch has red hull, white house  witli green trimmings. Apply J*.  Carthew, Comox.  Ladies Aid Banquet and Concert, Thu rsd ay, .November 30tli.  Cantata, "A Trip to Europe" and  innsieal variety.   Don't miss  it.  , LIRTH���������At Cumberland on  Nov, 10th, to Mr. mid Mrs John  Locknor, of Union Buy, a daughter.  Frank Dalles and a man hy tho  name of Chisholm had a fight in  tho alloy hack of tho W'tverly Hotel on Tuesday, iii whicli au a,\e  played a prominent part. Chisholm iu conflict with Dnllos and  tint nxe, came out Biicond boat, ho  receiving a nasty wound on tho  head, Ohiuholm so wo aro informed was tho.nggiwor,  Chisholm was tried before  Magistrate Abrauis today, and  fined $50 with costs,  Robert Grant left last week for  Vancouver to attend tho ConKorv-  ntivo convention.  Mr. und JUrn, .Hurt Stophoiifion  arrived homo from Nannimo on  Friday Inst. Mrs, Stephenson  lias been visiting relatives at Seat.  tt,,   ���������,,,}   v.,.,������������������;,..,   fv.   tt,     ..    .  month.  PROPOSED YJ.C.  A meeting to consider the advisability of forming an association for the benefit of the young  meu of our city was held, in the  council chambers last evening,  Dr. Gillespie presiding.  ��������� After stating tlu object of the  meeting, the chairman briefly  sketched 'he history aud progress  of a movement made some eight  years ago towards starting such  an organization here, but which  on account ol the strike was not  carried to completion.  The committee which waited  upon Mr. Coulsou al Ihe beginning of the year to see what assistance might be expected from  the company, reported that Mr,  Coulsou seemed iu sympathy  with the movement, and gave the  committee to understand Hint  when Cinbcrlaud\s citizens show  ed their practical interest by raising a in ml among themselves, the  company could be relied upon to  do its part.  After a full discussion, pro and  con, regarding the type of club  or association best suited to local  nc.edu, which, properly controlled,  would be productive of the best  results, and reasonably sure of a  permanent existence, it was unanimously resolved to have a  branch of the Y.M.C.A. established in this city.  To build and equip a building  suitable for such purposes at least  j 1  COO WGiiiu uv i'vijuiti-ti,   iitiU ii  Rebecca Harmony Lodge, dance  in' the Cumberland Hall oii Tuesday night was a most enjoyable  and successful affair. It waa all  that a large and jolly crowd, good  music and an abundance of edibles cotild make it. The ladies  are to he congratulated on the  splendid success, of their, first  lodge danco.  Wo appreciate the ..very kind  invitation accompanied by coni-  plementarys received by the editor  and his wife, but as the editor has  11 Methodist leg, , and unable to  dance, and not caring to lie a "'all-  flower, thought that' under tho  circumstances ihe host thing ho  could do was to make room for  tlrisc who could trip llio light fantastic,���������Ed.  Mr. C. II. Tarbell left on Friday for Victoria, and i* expected  homo on Tuesday evening accompanied hv Mrs, Tarbell who has  Deeu visiting there, Miss Tar-  boll who is,also at Victoria will  remaiji thoro for the winter.  Mrs, Leithhead loft by Sunday's  boat for Nanaimo.  Dr. Kerr, dentist,  Cumberland Hotel,  is   at   tlio  FOttSALK���������U young heiferr,.  just calved, also 2  brood   smvfl.  Apply Carwithan Hunch, Coiut-  eimy.  Onr   lui-id   Mason*   will   hold  tlmi** Uilltlln! lm!l ami   bitliqilrl    in  Cumberland Hall on iho   evening  i.f Ih-ivnihirHlih,  wa", decided thai imiucdi'dc .step.*,  be taken towards raising this  amount-the fund thus created  to be held in trust iu the bauk,  Messrs I.. A M ounce nnd (Vo.  W. Clinton were elected trustee*.  The secretary .was instructed lo  write certain philanthropic soci.  ctic? reqtics'iug financial aid for  the undertaking, The following  finance   committee    wns    then  chosen: Dr. Gillespie, A. Mc-  !\iunoi'( J'ctcr Acton, Alex Rowan, A. 1!. Hover, Dr. MacMaug i  ton, W. Wesley Willard,   James  Anion, J uues Why to, -fur> llrown  No. 7.)  A jeeneral meeting will hu held  Speaking of milk, an Edmonton  M(.������i.i<isrtry<������   1, ������������������"    r,-,..,,,l    ll., t   C* ,  or l.Aui.niitu tirliiikij 21,000 gallons of milk daily, produced by  1,000 cows, which gives the care  ful Investigator hoiiio idea of tlio  strength of tho Edmonton town  punip,'1 Wo shall not elect to  raise our next family iu Edmonton.  TRIBUTEtit) RALPH  Earl Grey speaking at a banquet, given in his honor by the  citizens of Nowcastle-on-Tyno on  his return froin Canada' to hie  native" country, spoko highly ol  Ralph-Smith, lato member of .Parliament for Nanaimo. District.  According to the Newcastle Daily  [vlail, His Excellency said that he,  Mr. Smith had won for himself by  Ids sound judgment, sterling char  actor, and high merit a position of  great influeiico in tho Dominion,  mid whose-speeches in the Federal  Houso of Commons during the  late IVliamcnt were alwnys ro.  ceivyd by the House with'-'ovory  inark.oi! respect and attention,  Two lady passengers to Union  liny hy S. S, Channel* on Thursday last, woro robbed of ������'4.00  nud $8.50 respectively. The  money was taken from their stateroom while thoy woro.-on deck between Deuiiian Island and Union  wharf,  William Meridian has recently  liitrcliased Ihe hidf-lot on Duns-  miiir Avenue next to the  adian Bank of Commerce.  dm.  CAPITAL- $10,000,000 REST,-   $8,000,000  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT,  - pf.Thft Canadian" Bink of Commerce..w-i!! ��������� .".lis'i:/^ ������lepoi,Jt->*'i)f-ipi -.ino,-  upwards, on"which interest is allowed at current rates.    There is no'  delay in withdrawing* the whole or any portion of the deposit.    Small  deposits are welcomed. A234  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint, account  of this kind saves expense in establishing- the ownership., of the moaey  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide ioi  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death,  CUMBERLAND BRANCH,.......  IS  CITY COUNCIL MEETS  The City Council met in regular session on Monday evening,  there being present Aid. Wilhird,  Parnham, Bank's and  the -major.  Minutes of previous meeting  were read and adoptod.  Accounts:��������� Freight on pipe,  SUU.85; Electric Light $-1:1.Do;  Cumberland Stables, $2,7E; A.  K. Mcqnarrio. $08.00; C, II.  Tarbell, $5,05.  Several eon)niiinie:*tions were  received and laid on tho tabic.  A letter of protest against ox  enssivo taxation was received from  Thomas   Irwin   of    Vancouver.  The City Clerk wan instructed  to write to Vancouver and New  Wui'tniilister re sleigh i'or night  work,  Court o| Revision on voters  list, will be held on Monday, Dec,  Ilib. Aldermen Pariiluini and  Diinlv- will constitute tin* board.  The Council ndiotirned.    W. T.   WHITE.   Maiuu;  "HOWLING" SUCCESS  ���������Wo intended to 'say a lot in ci  niincialioii of the so.called Be- 'en  Concert, at which most ur h* wi-'''  fleeced out of onr 'nu.ney li/  conij-any., who know as uiu-h  about .Scotch singing <..��������� -. log  knows about his grandt.-'h'. >���������, but  what would be the use, Thoy  have gone in all prnballiliry Ix*.  yond tho evil report, or good report of this paper, ami wo will  say iu all charity let. thein go  where they can catch other ������������������fiiiek-  i.'i's,'' for --inihcry lovi^ c*oiii|ut.iiy.,f  But Ihe trouble-is, ihut when u  company of merit does- conn,*, the  public will bo.wary, and withhold  their patronage-  Prince  . .1 V,  .iiiperl,  n tire which Marled nt 'Z p, >m. '!*.-  hand Wegistry nllie-', i-*-,ri.id ..ill.-���������  and three \ii\-i,-,i j.K.v..,-iiiiie.iii l,.,ii,|  illgH were burned  (,,, i\-n ,.-r(inn-i, ::  folul loss.  J in lhe Couir.il Chambers on  'Tuesday, December uth, at 8  p. in . when all interested in the  formation of a V. M. C, A. here,  arc cordially iuvikul lo be present.  ivl  i  ���������amm\m.rXM.MfJ8fm^  m  BLANKETS and COMFORTERS  |  A Large Stock of WOOL BLANKETS in white ������iiii ^le.y.        ���������-'  Heavy COMFORTERS for the Winter.  Sno-U'SUoK, au absolutely pure wool Mlnnl.-ett whit.*.* wit!; hlus. ..nu pl.tk i.uiuvir  6oxii6, per pair   CamjmiKLI/S Si'K'/iai,, a pure wool Blanket, while only, with blue nud pinl  holders, filli, 7II1, and SII .1-6, 57. am  Island, a heavy grey wool Blanket, at   Heavy Wool Conn'ortcrs, covered with nterrerh-a! sateen  ..V  3.50. -V.|.oo and  A new assortment of Ladies Collars. J.-hnts, l!������.p.; ;M!(j ]'ja,ujj;,  *t'''f. (\(t  $8.00  '?.i 50  ic.*..;.������ iiuw iu.  iS  P.  V:  il  ���������^fnpbc  i rt  l^   KFAC /  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Ihe  |Round=Upi|  A Romance of Arizona  Novelized From Edmund  Day's  Melodrama  J** J*  J By   JOHN   MURRAY   and  MILLS MILLER.  CBpr-Htfit, J908,  by Q. W. tHUlor*   ������  ham Co,  lilfikMu*j. M^&Q*m*M*m*mmm-*wmm-*mmjmm  (Continued.)  irony prow impatient. This presentation wus a serious affair ami not lo  be turni'il Into nn audience for tin* exploitation of Show how's adventures.  Moreover, she did not liko to Uo used  #vcit indirectly as it target for fun-  making, although she delighted in  making some one else a feeder for her  ideas of fun.  Fresno modestly announced he was  ax-mething of a musical artist.  "I Mow I can shake' a tune ,out of  that," he declared.  "Let's hour you." cried Polly, rather  doubtful of Fresno's ability.  "Step up, perfesser," cried Allen  lieartlly, slapping him on lhe back.  Fresno grinned and solemnly rolled  ���������up his sleeves. Ills comrades eyed his  *very move closely. He spat on his  -hands, approached,, the' piano and  glared fiercely at the keylionrd.  "My nm had one of them there  things when 1 was a yoar'in'," he ob-  ���������erred.  Frcano spun the seat of his piano  ���������tool until it almost twirled off the  screw. His actions created Hie greatest Interest, especially to Parenthesis,  who peered under the seat to see the  wheels go round. Fresno threw his  leg over the seat as if mounting a  horse.  "Well. boys, what'll you have?" he  Asked, glancing from one.to the other  Jn imitation of the manner of his  friend, the pianist in tlio Tucson  honkytonk, on a lively evening.  "The usual poison," absently answered Show Low.  Sagebrush struck him In the breast  "with tbe back of his hand. "Shut up."  tie growled.  Turning to Fresno, he said. "Give us  the���������er���������The Maiden's Prayer.'"  Fresno   whisked   about  so   quickly  that be almost lost his balance. 'Gazing at the petitioner in blank, amaze-  -U3ent,-be-shouted,���������The-whatf-  Sagebrush blushed under his tan. In  a. most apologetic voice he said, "Well,  that's the first tune my sister learned  to play, an' she played It continuous���������  ���������which is why I left home."  "I'd sure like to oblige you, but  maidens'1 prayers ain't in my repetory,"  explained the mollified musician.  Fresno raised his linger uncertainly  ���������over the keyboard, searching for a key  from which to make a start, The  group watched him expectantly. As  he struck a note each member of his  audience jumped buck in surprise at  the sound. Fresno scratched his head  and gingerly fingered another key,  After several false starts, backing and  filling over the keyboard, ho began to  pick out with one finger tho air "Tho  Suwmiec River."  "That's It. Now we're shirted," he  cried exultantly.  HIb overconfidenco led him to strike  a false note.  "Excuse mo." ho apologized. "Got  the copper on the wrong chip,"  Onoo more ho essayed playing the  old melody, but became hopelessly con  fused.  "Dnrn tho tune!" ho mumbled.  Sagebrush, ever ready to choor np  the falling courage of a perrormor,  chirruped, "Shuffle 'em up ag'lD an'  ���������begin n now den)."  Fresno spat on his hands nnd ruffled  his hnlr like a mn.'dcnl genius. Again  fc������ aought the rhythm among the keys.  lie tried to whistle the air. Tlmt de-  flee fulled him.  "Will you all whistle thnt tune? I'm  forgcttitt' It," was his plaintive request.  "Suro! Let her go, boys!'' cried Suge-  brush,  Fulteringly, with many stops mid  ���������udden starts, they Hied to accompany  Fresno's hull lug pursuit over the key-  t>oiird after the lime thut was dodging  nbout In his iiilnil. All nt onco the  player struck Ids gait nud Introduced  ft variation on the Iiiihh notes,  "Thnt nln't In ll!" shouWd Show Low  indignantly.  "Shut up!" bellowed Sagebrush.  Willi both IninilH hammering tho  Jkeys IndlHcrliiiliiniel.v, Fresno mndo u  noisy If not artistic finish nnd whirled  nbout ou Iho stool, to be greeted by  In-arty nppliuiHO.  "Well, I reckon (lint's goln' some!"  ho boasted when the hand clapping  .subsided, bowing low to Polly and Mrs  Allen,  "floln'r laughed Polly, "Lltupln' Is  -.imt I ,,.!'. It. !.* y.i-. d.-.uM. learn to  ���������switch off you'll pot u ohUouh on thnt  one finger of yourn." FroHiio looked  at tlmt iiiembor dulilously.  "Ain't music civllI/iii'V" suggested  Dhow l/iw to .llm Allen.  "Vou hot!" the ranclimnii ngreed.  "Take a planriy an' enough Winchesters nn' you cnn civilize the hull of  China."  "Fresno could kill more with his  plotiny play thnn his gun piny," suggested Show Low.  Mm. Allen bethought herself thnt  there wiih a lot of work to be done lu  {irvpurntlon for the party. Kven If everything wn������ ready the dear old Mail  would find HOiiiethlng lo do or worry  about.  "Come, now, clear cut of here, the  hull kit nn' b'llln' of you!" nho ordered  The men limit Ily crowded out on the  piazza.  "Take thut packln' case out of nls lit  tr you mean this planny to be n surprise to Echo. She'll be trottin' back  here in no time," she added.  Fresno had lingered to assure Jim:  "This here- birthday's goln' to be n  success. Would you like another selection?" he eagerly asked.  "Not unless you wash your finger!"  snapped Mrs, Allen, busy polishing the  keys Fresno had struck. "You left^n  grease spot on every key you've touched," she explained.  Fresno hold up his finger for Allen's  Inspection. "I've been grcusln* the  wagon," was his explanation.  "Get out-with the rest of them!" she  commanded. "I've got enough to do to  look after that cake," Mrs. Allen darted Into the kitchen. Jim slowly filled  his pipe and hunted up the most comfortable chair. Aftor two or three  trials he found one to suit hltn nnd  sank back, with a sign of content.  'Mack ain't back yet?" Polly put the  question. -..."������������������  "No: he rode over for tho mall."  Polly rearranged the chairs In tho  room, picking up and replacing the  articles on tbe table to suit her own artistic concept ions. She straightened  out a war bonnet on the wall. She  was (licking .off a spot of dust on the  gilt chair that Jack had got as a wedding present for Echo on the duy*of  the station agent's murder, and, being  reminded of the tragedy, she asked,  "That posse didn't catch the parties  that killed Terrill, did they?"  "Not that I bear on. Slim Hoover he  took tho boys that night nn' tried to  pick up tbe trail aftor it entered the  river, but they couldn't find where it  come out."  "One of them fellers, the man that  left the station alone and probably done  tho job, rode a pacin' horse," answered  Jim between puffs of his pipe.  "Then he's a stranger to these part's.  Jack's pinto paces. It's bis regular  gait. It's the only pacln' hoss around  here."  "That's so.", he assented, but made  no further comment. The full (force of  the observation did not strike him at  the timei  Polly began to pump Colonel Jim  There" were several recent happenings  which she did not fully comprehend.  At the inquisitive age and a girl, she  wanted to know all that was golug on;  "Jack's been actio' mighty queer of  late," she ventured, "like he's got  somethln' o������ his mind."  Jim smiled-nt her simplicity and jokingly replied, "Well, he's married."  The retort exasperated Polly. She  was not meeting with the success she  desired. "Do hush!" she cried in her  annoyance. ���������' ���������  "That's enough on any man's mind."  Jim laughed as he sauntered out of the  door. ���������    .  "Somethln' queer about Jack," observed Polly, seating herself at the  table. "He ain't been the same man  since the weddin'. He's all. right when *.'  Echo's around, but when he thinks no  one is watchin' him he sits around an'  sighs."  Jack entered the room at this moment. Absentmindedly ho hung his  hnt and spurs on a rack and leaned his  rific against the wall, sighing deeply as  lie did so. So engrossed was he In his  thoughts that ho did not notice Polly  until'ho reached the table. He started  ln surprise when he saw her. "Hello,  Polly!" was his greeting, "Whore is  Echo?"  Polly rose hastily at the sound of his  voice,  "Didn't you moot hor?" sho nsked.  "Wo got her to ride over toward Tucson this mornln' to got hor out of the,  way so's to snnke the plnnny In without her sceln' it." Polly gilded ovor to  the Instrument and touched the keys  softly,  With admiration Jack gazed at tho  Instrument. ,.,  "I en me around by Florence." nn-  Bwcrcd Jack, with a Rmlle.  Eagerly Polly turned toward him.  "Seo anything of Bud Lnno?" Bho  queried.  "No," Again Jack smiled, this time  nt the girl's Itiipotuosity.  "He'll lose his Job with me If ho  don't cull moro regular," uho snld,  "Say, Jack, you nln't fcrgettln' whnt  you promised���������to help Bud with the  money that you said wnu cumin' In  soon ns Dick's share of n Hpociiliitlon  you nud lilm wns pnrdncrs In? I'm  powerful anxious to get,htm away from  McKee."  Jnek hnd not forgotten tho promise;  hut, nlns, under iho goading of Mrs.  Allen that he should Hour off Iho inort-  (���������nge on his home, ho had used Dick  Liiiio'h money for this purpose. In  wliut; a inesli of lien nnd broken promises he wiih entangling lilmsoin Now  ho was forced further to decclvu trusting little Polly In ilio mntter Unit wiih  ilearest to her henrt.  "No. Polly, but the fnct Ih���������tliat Hpec  illation Isn't turning out bo well, after  nil,"  Tho disappointed girl turned sudlj  nwny nnd went out to Mrs, Allen in tin?  kitchen,  Jr.v.-1*. removed hi" '���������<"* ������"���������' !,,1n n*"'  huttir them on the rnek by the door.  Spying Hobo's father ut the corrnl, hf  culled to lilm to como Into the house.  "Hello, .link!" wiih Alloa's greeting  iih he entered, wliuklng the younger  ninn'H hand.  "Wild did you come over'/"  "This mornln'," Allen told lilm.  "Echo'n blrlhdny. you know, nn' thf  old lndy allowed we'd hnvo to he here  Ain't neon you since the weddin'. (lot  things lookln' line here." Allen Hlowl;*  itirveyeil flu* room.  Jn*?k ngreed wllh lilm with n gesture of nssent. A more Important  lo-ile to him thnn the furnishing of n  room wna what hud become of nick  1.11 ne,  no chance hnd come to lilm to spi-iik  prlvntoly to Allen.  slayers, .i'iiii Allen hnd joined them;  The hazing of Jack and the hasty departure of the bridal pnlr on horse-;  back in a shower of corn, shelled and  on the cob, prevented the two men  from meeting.  The older man hnd volunteered no  explanation. Jack-know that ir. hia  heart Allen 'did,-, not approve qf his actions, tint was keeping silent because  of his daughter,  Jack could restrain himself no longer. "Jim, what happened that night?"  he nsked brokenly.  Allen showed his embarrassment  Moniitn' "-   Then he hesitated.  "Dick." wns all Jack could say.  "1 seed him. If I hadn't he busted  up the weddin' some," was hls'lneonlc  answer.  "Where is he?"  Allen relighted his pipe. When ho  got the smoke drawing freely he  gazed' at Jack thoughtfully nnd answered. "He's gone, back where the  come from���������Into the desert." Jim  puffed slowly and then added. "Looks'  like you didn't give Dick n squn'ro'  deal."  Allen liked his 'son-ln-lnw nnd was  going to mind by him. but In Arizona  the saying "All's fair in lovo nnd  war" is not accepted at its face value.  "I didn't." acknowledged Jack. ."1  was desperate at the thought of losing  her.' She loved tne and had forgotten  him.   She's happy with me now."  "I reckon that's right." was Jim's  consoling reply.  To clinch his argument and soothe  his troublesome conscience Jack continued, "She never would have been  happy with him.,"  "That's what" I told him," declared  Allen. "He knew It, an' that's why  he wont away, an' Echo, no matter  what comes, she must never know.  She'd never for.-rive you���������nn', fer that  mntter. me neither." <>.  Jack, looked long out of the window  toward the distant mountains, the  barrier behind which Dick was'wandering''In the great desert, cut off  from the woman he loved by a false  friend.  "How 1 have suffered for that lie!"  uttered Jack In tones full of anguish.  "That's what hurts me most"��������� the  thought that I lied to her. I might  have killed him that night." pondered  Jack. lie shuddered at the thought  that he had been on the point of adding murder to the lie. He had faced  the same temptation which Dick had  yet to overcome.  "Mebbe you did. There's more'n one  way of killin' a man," suggested Allen.  .Tack swung around and faced him.  Tlie observation hud struck home. He  Jicalized __!imy_p������>.i_^^  have endured the loss of Echo and the  rhourht'of lib- betrayal, by Ja-k. As  ic '.-(I sMiTer-d- mentally so Dick mi-st  be suffering In the desert. In self-Jus-"  tificntion'he returned to^ his old argument. I -  *       '    >'  "1 waited until I was sure he was  dead. Six months I waited after we  heard tlie news. After 1 had told Echo  I loved her and found that I was loved  In return���������then camo this letter; God,  what a tight I had with myself when  I found that he still lived-was thinking of returning home to claim her for  his own! I rode out Into the hills and  fought it out all nlone, like aii Indian  Then I resolved to hurry the weddlng-  to lie to her���������and I have been living  that Ho overy minute, every hour."  Jack leaned heavily on the table,'  His head sank. His voice dropped almost to it whisper.  Allen slapped lilm on the back to  Hieer hlrn up. Philosophically he announced: "Well, It's got to lie ns It Is.  You'll mebbe never hear from hlui  ngnln. You mustn't never tell her. I  nln't a-goln' to sny nothin' a bout It.  Her happiness moans everything to  me."  Jack grasped hla hand In silent  thankfulness.  The two men walked slowly out of  the room to the corral.  (To \ii continued)  THE CARE OF LAMBS  AT WEANING TIME  ,=, The separation of the ewes and their  lambs is simple in itself, but nfter  wenuiug extra care cornea just ua it  does when the pigs, calves or colts are  weaned, writes J. 0. Oourtier in Iowa  Homestead. Separate them and run  the ewes in some far field out of sight  and sound. They need ouly sparse  grazing now for a time, and If they  are allowed clean drinking water and  suit and their udders are milked out a  little once or twice the first ten days  they will give little trouble. Tho lambs  should get their usual shnro of feed  und care and the extra enro left over  from tho ewes. This is a trying time  for the little lambs, and unless they  are induced to forget their loneliness  by ulllug their Rtomachs they willgrow  thinner insteud of fatter.  Save tbe fresh, choice pasture plots  for them. If possible turn them into  tlie dooryard in the evening. Snve  tho second cuttings of the clover meadow and when possible turn the lambs  ou to "u small patch of clover and let  them mow that down. It is better to  grow lambs fat now and sell them on  tho early market than c.wnit and fatten them on corn or hay after it is  In the barn and send them to market  later when there ure all of the others  to compete against Every day feed  these lambs all the corn and oats or  corn uloue that thoy will cleau up. At  first, of course, accustom them to grain  gradually and when on full feed keep  them there. ���������"���������'..  Where the farmer was wise enough  to think of his lambs and feed tbem  grain from birth almost he now sees  the advisability of It, for bo has fat  lambs while bis neighbors' lambs ere  thin, aud his lambs will cutcb top  prices two month.'* before his neighbors' will. Clean water, shade, salt  and attention as a guard against maggots make them comfortable. The  contented lamb is the fattening lamb,  and the fat lamb is the money maker.  PAPER  BAG COOKERY.  Actor,  Aviator,  and  Soldier.  Tho story of tho career of Mr  Robert Lornino, one of the ino.<t  prominent av'.ntori* in Grout Britain.  is romantic to n degree, Mr.  Lornine, as the son of Unit flno old  actor, Henry Lornine, Iuih not only  earned fiune and popularity Iwhind  tne fuotliglit-j 'und aciiievwl some re-  markiible Hying fonts, but ho lnu nlpo  nerved his country as n soldier. Ilo  joined, ns n trooper, tho Welsh Imperial Ycoiiiniiry, and flrnt acted h*  ono of n -squadron of mounted infim-  try. After thnt he exchnngod into  a miieliiai'-gun section. The*/, ho was  promoted to he a corpornl, nnd wnH  plncoil in charge of a Colt mnchino  gum Tout to.' iictnr-soldieMivintor  served well was teetHled by tho fact  that ho win* twice offered commix-  b!oiir.  Caring For Turkeys,  Young turkeys nre delicate, and it Is  best to hatch the first two dutches or  litters laid by the turkey hen under  hens. After the weather becomes settled and warm a ben turkey makes a  very good mother.  Give them plenty of water and grit  from the start and put a very little  lard on their heads and under the  "Wi5gs~Sf~rtHe��������� be1n~tb~k"eW"a'way-iieer  which are peculiarly fatal to very  young poults. Do not overdo this  greasing: u very little lard goes a long  way in killing lice and not snough  .ehould be used to stick the down to  the body. One drop of warm lard is  plenty for one poult.  Poults should be fed with care for  a*week or two.   For the first week  o'hanot For* Housewifo to Throw Aw������y  Her Pot������ and Pane.  "Throw away your pots and pans,  discard your broilers and roasting  dishes and do your cooking In paper  bags. Do not hesitate. Do not marvel. Do all of your cooking! except  -naybe the brewing of your tea and the  boiling of your soups In puper bags."  So advises M. Soyer, chef of a smart  London club and the inventor of paper  bag cookery.  "Paper bug cooking for dwellers in  flats and single rooms is the solution  of many a dltllculty. One of thp chief  drawbacks to flats has beeu the dlitl-  eulty of avoiding tbe smell of cookery.  With the paper bag there is no smell.  In the small lint kitchen there is little  space for pots iind pans. Noue is needed for paper bag cookery."  Tho chef does not claim thnt the  use of his paper bag nlone guurnntees  perfection in the finished product.  Good cooking requires time, skill nnd a  proper attention to ihe mixing of the  concomltunts whether one cooks lu a  8uucepan������or a paper bag. The use of  the bag does uot abrogate any of the  rules for.perfect cooking; it only simplifies and perfects the methods. To  use the bag grease slightly tho Inside  of the bag except In case of vegetables  or when' water Is added. For beginners it is advisable. Butter, lard or  drippings may be used.  When the food hns been prepnred for  the bug -place lhe same on the table  | nnd lift the uppermost edge of the bag  while you Insert the contents.  Fold the mouth of the bug two or \  three times utid fasten witb u clip. It  Is-desirable to fold the corners of the  bag so us to secure us near us possible  a uermotlcul closing.  ��������� Any oven will do for paper bag cooking, the discoverer asserts. There is  little difference whether the oven-be  heated by coal, gas or electricity. To  find out when the food in the bag Is  cooked all oue has to do is to make a  little bole in the paper and look In.  In the case of many articles u slight  touch on the bag will Instruct the experienced "cook us to the condition of  the cooking food within.  RAILWAY SIGNALS  "Fireworks" That Serve as Train  Protectors.  CODE OF TORPEDO AND FUSEE  CORD  INSTEAD OF RIBBON.  Queer Netting Place,  On lhe arrival nt Aberdeen of n  goods train from Carlisle, a thrush'.i  nest, containing one egg, wiih found  underneath a (It*..- van. It rested securely in a corner besido tho buffer  i-pruig bent-inn the wagon, and tliere  it J-aO ifitiuhifil tliii'iux Jj-'.' h,u_i j'-U'*  ney north, dci-piti* the Htronj. dri-ugld  caused by the motion o' tho train.  The Roynl 8tnndard.  T,,   .. .1 . ii ..,     i .     ii.       n. ' ������    ii  ,.,     .m..*i-ji.       v '        ,...���������..       ,'t, ,v.p      V,       hi.'.  Royal Stniidi-rd in Aii**triil!ii, Iho  Government of the Commonwealth  ban been fl..tilled thnt the King Imp  decided thut tins ling, which ij u per-  sonnl flag of (he noverolgn, Ik not in  future to ho flown except when bit  M������je*t) ii present.  Nearly Afwavi.  Twioh<*r*-������T'������'-i ���������*   correct,   Percy - a  , pemoii thnt ndc-** in u cm U cnited <x  After lhe _w������ldlns: ft-rcmnny j pMHI,UBI., ���������rjU ��������� ,���������.mm ihni rlih-i- on n  bor������o tc an wim-cirtao. .Nus*.. ttt-nnjr  Bright, wmit im a p������-r������mi tout uhii**  railed'/  I'npll-A tluutwad-Biindajr llio-drat-  cd Mngn.lntf.  Photo by American Prcas Association.  MAMMOTH BKONZB TmiKEY,  feed vory stnlo brend soaked lu swoot  milk and squeezed qulto dry or cottage  cheeso mndo from thick oourmllk.  Add a little black poppor to either of  thoso foeds und n Bmnll quantity of  onion tops mlncod flno. Hard boiled  eggs mixed with brood mny bo fed  after tlio first week.  With tho third week begin focdlng  crnckud whont nnd cracked corn, hut  tho cottage cheese tuny bo fed with  tho grain If desired. It Is nlwnys a  good food Give tho poults moro liberty thon. Do-not forget tho mipply  of grit, clean wntor nnd greon food  Food a littlo and often at first  When tho poults begin to "Hhoof the  rod"-thnt is. show tho red cnrunculn*  tions on tho neck, turn them Iooho  nnd let them go where they will In  neareh of liiRcct fetal Afler this thoy  nro indifferent to bnd weather nnd will  not bo Injured hy any storm thnt mny  come. Always feed nt nlgut to keep  thorn in tho notion of coming homo.  It I* Just as Pretty For Lingerie and  Will Stand Laundering.    ..  So many advantages has the twisted cord of white mercerized embroidery cotton over auy variety of uarro\Y  __rlbboii-for running through the bead-  Ing or worked eyelets of lingerie thai  no one who has tried it will willlugty  go buck to her former servitude to rib'  bous thnt have to be run in after each  laundering. The initial cost is about  the same as that of a good quality of  ribbon, but when the attractive appearance and wenrlng properties of  the twisted cord are considered there  is no comparison.  If a fairly heavy number of embroidery cotton Is chosen four strands  should be suIndent, but of a fine cotton eight struuds will be needed.  Measure loosely a round tbe top of tho  corset cover or chemise, udd twelve  inches tying and "take up" In twist-  l iug. Forty-five to fifty inches Is generally good meusure for a corset cover.  A nightgown may require moro.  Measure either four- or-eight times  this amount. Double the thread, let  somebody hold the end firmly or fasten It to something secure. Twist tho  other end until the strands aro tightly  wound around ench other, then very  carefully double the twisted cord nnd  twist the other wny. If eight strnnds  bo used repent this process. A littlo  practice makes the work eusy. Hun  this cord through eyelets or bending,  finlRh with a tassel of the morcerlzed  cotton at each end, and the gurment  will have no moro need of the tupo  needle. The cord will last uh long us  the garment, nud the tassels prevent  It slipping out In the wnslitub, Jt  Wlli lie In quite ns attractive a bow  as does narrow ribbon ami Is no moro  npt to knot. Pnle pink or bluo cotton  can bo uhoU Instead of whito.  Scouri In Calvei,  Scours In calves Is caused by over  feeding, bf.rt fniirt nr ftrtnt'. rtf-tr-p ���������nihil*-*- und tilt liy mirronndliigH. The  best remedy Is to remove tho cause  and to withhold foad. Olyp once da I* j  ly twenty grains potassium penmtngu-  nnto in a pint ot wiiter.-Faru* Journal.  A Kitchen Convenience.  This Is perhaps the most convenient  ploeo of tui'tilture tho liounewlft* cnn  lustnll In her kitchen.   It might be  called  n  traveling cupboard,  tor it  ) The festivities of thi������ wedding hnd  been shortened. HUm hnd Kiiihered n  posse and taken up tbe trail of the  Silo a Neeeiilty.  The nllo will solve tho problem ot  grp*Mi food during tbo winter. Even  In the wanner portions of the southwest the piuture cannot Always bo de-  ptfmlr-rl upon tn mipply tho animal*  The alio la almost a necessity for the |  dairy mnu. i  Th* Milk Pall.  Dou't u������������ wooden milk palls. Tin j  u*������Ue* tha beat milk container* for {  nny purpo*������s provided the aeama ara <  ���������moot!) and thero are) no ibarp angles j  to catch and bold minute portlona ot  milk la wblcb bacteria can breed  THI TniVKtiDfO OUPBOillD.  la ponnlblf- to punh It about In nny  tiik.ii. kit   Xiiif   i\f.,,.,.     OlSv',\At   ���������������������������i.uj sit.  cooking utensils nre llttrd Into round  opuuinge designed for their reception,  Clean the Feed Plata,  Your sewing iinainne will Inst long-  i������r Mtid run mor** easily If. I'sppelnlly  utfor working on woolen goods, you  clean out the feed plate Take out the  screw that holds It down ������ud lift It  mil. then with a long pin pick out  tb������' lint and rl������*ar the nN>dlP slot V on  .till t>e nmii*u-d at the nmount of lint  that tan accumulate there aud, wuen  yon have replaced tbe plate and tbe  M-rew, at tbe tamaae--} eucteucf ol  tue machine.  Messages These Audible and Vlalble  Danger Signs Convey to the Engineer���������Tho Use of Pyrotechnic* as  Signals In the Naval Service.  "Pop, pop,'' or perhaps a single  "pop," sharp and distinct like that of  a giant firecracker heard not only on  the Fourth of July, but ou every day  In the year, Suuduys Included. What.  did It ineanV Aud on almost any  night na I look out of my window l\  aim the edge of the wood or the field*)  lighted up by red or yellow firework**,.  Why this struugo illumluutlou?  As all these queer happenings toot  place on.the rallroud a few rods from  my house 1 mude Inquiries of the railway officials, und here ure some interesting facts about the use of theso  curious "fireworks."  The general superintendent of the,   N  New York. New Haven and Hartford  railroad explained aa follows:  "Our rules provide for the use of de-   ���������  tonutors, commonly, known as torpe-l  does, as audible signals and of 'fusees';  as visible signals.  "These torpedoes are attached to  the top of the rail., on the engineer's  side of the track by two small flex-j  Ible metal straps, which nre easily,  bent around the .ball of the rail, ns  shown ln the picture, and hold the  torpedoes, securely In place until exploded by the first train passing overi  this track.  "The explosion of one torpedo Is a  Blgnnl to stop; the explosion of two,  not more than 200 feet apart is a signal to reduce speed and look out for!  a stop signal.  "The fusees are of similar construction to the well known Roman candle-  used for fireworks celebrations, except that they burn a steady flame-  without explosions. A sharp iron spiko  at the bottom end will usually stick  In the ground or In the cross tie when,  thrown from the rear of n train nnd  holds the fusee in an upright position,  where It is more plainly visible. ^  "A fusee must be lighted and left  by the flagman whenever a train is  running on the "time" of another trnio;  or behind its own time and under,  ^circumstances which call for such Pro-___  tectlon. ~  "A fusee on or near the track, burn-,  Ing red, must not be passed. When  burning yellow the train may proceed  with caution when the way Is seen and;  known to be clear. Standard fusees*  burn red for three minutes and yel-.  low for seven minutes and can be seen  for quite a distance.'  "You will gnther from the above  explanations that the red glnre of a  ! flaming fusee on or near the track  warns the approaching engineer that  & preceding train has passed over bis  track less than three minutes ahead  of him, and under no circumstances  must bo pass this signal while burning-  red. When tho flame turns to yellow  he may proceed with caution, only as  the wny is seen and known to bo  clear, keeping In mind thnt when the  fusee'*changed from red to yellow ho  wns exactly three minutes behind n  preceding train, which mny hnve stopped within a short dlstanco or may  bo proceeding nt an unusually slow  rato. of speed."  Tho superintendent of tho Shore Uho  division, another branch of tho same  rnllrond, gives this additional detail regarding torpedoes:  "When a train stops upon tho main  lino and requires protection agolnst  a following train tho flagman goes bnclc  ' n specified dlstanco nnd plnces ono torpedo, no thon oontlntioH a farther  dlstnnoo back, placing two torpedoes.  As soon ns the train ho Is protecting itv  rendy to start tho engineer blows r  specified whistle slgnnl, which Is ft  notleo to the flagman to return to hit*  train. On tho wuy bnclc he picks ur  tho ono torpedo, lenvlng two on tho  mil to wnrn iho englnoor of nn up-  pronchlng train thnt another twin Is a  short distance nhend and to glvo tho,  fingmnn tlmo to run bnck nnd get  aboard of his own train."  Of tho use of fireworks as signals In  tho nnvy tho chief of tho burenn of  construction nnd repair of tho nnvy dn-  pnrtment, Wnshlngton, tnnkes tho following stntetut-nt:  ��������� "All modern ships nrefflttort with  oloctrlc nlgnnls, and the uso of such  algnnls Is general In tho nnvnl service,  lu the case of snuill vessels hnving no  electric Instnllntlon nnd also for uso In  caso of the failure of tho electric signals tlio uavy hns n system of colored  slurs in connection with roelietH for  tho purposo of signaling.  "Tbei-o^nre In no sense tho ordlnnry  mmmeivlnl fir������*workN. but nre rnnnn*  fnctured by tho sorvlco for naval uso  cieluslvoly.  "Thero nro no photographs of ihle  aystem of signals for distribution. Tbe  appnratUH consists of a specially designed pistol from which nre fired enr-  triages containing tin- comm- m.uo  thnt nn������ used In the service code."���������  Now Vork Mall.  Mighty Areturue,  ArctutiiH Is one of the most hrllllnnt  stars thnt we cim spe In the henveua.  Its dlnmt-tor is ILVOOO.OOO miles. The  light thnt vnxriin to us from It Is over  2tK������ yenrs old when It enters our eye������.  The aim Is distant 0.1.0fi0.on<) mllea.  j Then compare eleven minutes wltb)  mW yenra. ^_^^^^^  Truth Is as luir*o������alble tn he soiled  by nny outward touch aa tbe aanbeaua-  rUlltoB.    '.'  I  t- in n \  (fi%  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  USE THE COCKSHUTT ENGINE  GANG FOR YOUR FALL PLOWING  CRICULTURAL  ' IMPLEM^Tff  Rifle and Pistol CaZrtridges  The advent of smokeless powder called for improved methods in  the manufacture of rifle and pistol cartridges with the result, that  all cartridges are now made better than formerly. Winchester  rifle and pistol smokeless and black powder cartridges are made  in the most complete plant m the world, by experts, and can be  depended upon to be sure fire and accurate, and of maximum  shooting strength.   They cost no more than many inferior makes.  Ask for the Red W Brand  SOLD EVERYWHERE  Don't wait till Wednesday comes  around���������make  sifre now that you have one of  EDDY'S WASHBOARDS  THE BOARDS* WITH THE LABOR-SAVING CRIMP  No other Washboard can (rive  You the same genuine satisfaction Made in different styles and  sines to suit the tastes of different p������ople. At all good Grocers.  Trial Up to Date  Breef^was accused of bribery. He  admitted the charge:  "What, sir?" the judge thundered.  "What, you a practising lawyer, admit without shame thnt you bribed  the witness?"  ���������'Yes, your honor," said Breef hastily. "But I,bribed him to tell the  truth. He hnd been bribed by the  other side to lie."���������New *York Tribune. Y  Aroused  The young woman in the stern of  ihe boat had whispered softly the  word "Yes." "liut stay right where  you are, .lack," she added hastily; "if  you try to kiss me vou'll upset the  bout."  "How do you know?" hoarsely demanded .lack; a horrible suspicion already taking possession of him.���������  Ideas,  ARE NOT AGGRESSIVE.  .     *  Indignant Stranger���������"Thnt boy of  yours threw a large stone at me just  now, missing my head by half an  inch!"  Proud Parent���������"You say he missed  you?"  Indignant Stranger ��������� "Yes, just  missed me."  Proud Parent���������"Then it was not my  boy?"  Minard's  Liniment  cures  burns,  etc.  Unlucky  wns    rough  Japanese Character, Is Not Really Un*  derstood by Occidentals. j  Occidental people do not understand  tho Japanese character, according to  Prof. Yaichi Haga, and especially ia  this misunderstanding evidenced iu  regard to the "yellow peril" bogey.]  Writes Prof. Haga in the,Oriental  Review: i  "The valor and strength of the na-'  tion was observed in, the Chino-Japa-'  neso war, during the Boxer trouble1  and in the recent Kusso-Japanese war,  with the conclusion that we are a war.  liko people, literally eager for fight*'  ing. The fear was openly expressed  that, the Japanese might seek to in*  vade -Europe, and that the -white people might be overwhelmed by the yellow race as they were once by the  armies of Gengis Khan. But this is a  mere apprehension and race antagonism is "the genesis of it.  "There is no doubt that we have  been a nation.of military valor from  of old, as it is well known that there  was bushido or code of soldier's mo-,  rals under our feudal regime, and that!  Japan of to-day still remembers the1  time, of military rule, abolished only j  forty years ago, is also an undeniable  fact, but notwithstanding nil this we  liave/ never been aggressive warriors  throughout our long history.  "We display our valor only from  the necessity of self-protection. We  are defensive, hot offensive. We never draw, sword without first being at-  "That    wns    rough     on     Davis.  "What?"   "He stepped on a piece of ,ur JJ"iw* ^T VT��������� UrS- uei,lg. ai:  orange peel,/fell, and was arrested for ?cked;  T1.-e leudal f"nu��������� exercised  giving a strict performance without a the utmost care not to eive a blow  license."���������Ideas.  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I ABSORB IN E|  will olnan tliora off permacontljr, and r oa  work tlio boruo samo tlmo, Anna not  mi-tor or romovo tlio ltn.tr.. W.UQ pot  AJlSottmNn.u'll., lVnlmcnt fot  man kind, rmtuao* Vorlnoso Veins, nun-   tnrod MiiNcloii or Miramnnls, ������nlarirp;t  B������for������ ifl*f Olnnd",, Ooltrcn.Wnns, Oyats.   Allnys  "���������'"������������������" pnin qiiloliTr. Prlco ll.ob nuil W.0011*- *  Mo at druRKlatH or delivered, yvlll tell  but'  you mor*  Mo at druKglsU, or dollvorml. win 1  it you wrlto. Manufactured only by  W. I\ YOUNG, P.n.F.. WIvmeniBldo., Montreal, Can,  ��������� Aim nimUtidit by Martin Ilols tt Wstim Co,, Wlnnlpt-j- 1  ThtNutloiml I'niuSlutOlninlcnl Co,, WIiiiiI|ii*k&Oulifiiry I  anil lleuderion Ilrai. Oo. LUL, Vauoouw.  A thnr<ni|lily welllliailt alMlrltinlt llammtr.  let* (Uni. HrilUhprovwlJiortil dii lirn-ifr'i  wotld-rf nownrd i-tiole |ur������ nytuwi,   .Siiuplo,  uronK, ta������y in it rip and clean,  Aidrtii-  W. W, GREENER,  83-65,   eoav^r   Hall   Hill,  . MONTREAL,, l������,Q.  Csulo. WU. Tram.  The Straight Brand  Magistrate���������"My   good   woman,   is  your husband's abuse of you habituiil  or interiiiitli'iitP"  ���������Complainant���������"No,   sir;   it's   just  J/Jiull   mlla.itit ,        i\���������i\limn f.   .Ian ,,mn,.  Warts will  render  tin*  prnttleat hnndR  imHlithtly.    (Hear  tho nxerflRconuoi- awny  liy   imlnii   Hollow**.**'*  Corn   Curo. whloh  aotn thoroiiKhly and painlessly.  LOSSES ATJONTE CARLO.  Not at the Gaming Tables, but From  Thieves and Pickpockets.  Tbe extent to wblcb pickpockets carry on tbelr calling ut Monte Curio ia  shown by tbe experiences of au Englishwoman, tbe wife of a prominent  member-of.the.-Ri'iti������b-_eolony_ln_Pari!i__  While playing at the gamin*-; tables in  the casino she found suddenly that  somebody bad opened her bug and  stolen ber purse, which contained several hundred dollars, ln u letter to  her busbund she writes:  "It was,ubout 5 o'clock when they  entered my complaint and a description of the purse In the ledger. 1 returned after 7 o'clock, and jtne clerk  had to turn back three pages to Und  the entry.  '"Surely,' 1 said, 'these are not all  losses tbat have occurred since I wus  here two hours ago?' ���������-'*'.���������,       '���������*  ���������' 'Yes, madame. they are,' be replied,  'aud It's the sume every day.*"  The writer thinks that "losses" is  scarcely the right word to use. She  relates the ease of another Englishwoman wbo was robbed of $1,(100 in the  samo way as herself, The victim actually caught 11 woman's hand in ber  bug and she bold on until some detectives arrived, but the thief had u I ready  passed Ute notes 10 au accomplice, and  she was allowed to go.���������(Jor. New York  Sun. ������������������  Dubious Work.  Mnny years ago when Olouei Pro  bel of Atlanta was culled on to gouge  tho water tn 11 neighboring stream he  onu day hud an iiiiumtng encounter  wltb an old farmer who emue along  on a wood cart drawn by an ox,  Whon be reached the colonel he stopped the cart ana inquired peremptorily:  "What on *urtb uro tbem men doln'  tharV"  "Thoy aro trying to Iind out how  many buckotfuls' of water run down  this crook in twonty-four hours,'* Bald  tbe colonel.  "Mister, nro that a truo fact?*' asked  tho farmer.  "Yes; that's just what It Ih," aald the  colonel.  "Well, mlHtor," said tbe old mnn ln a  touo of much disapproval aud iiuxluty,  "it inought bu all right, but tt do up-  pcitr to ine nucb doln's aro onconstltoo*  Uonal.''--yoiitli'B Companion.  Hov/'s This?  ������7������ offer One Hundred Dollars Reward toi ta,  ase ot Catarrh that cannot bs cured by l-air  ������������rrli Cure.  "   .. CHENEY Jb CO. 'loied.    .  We.  the undersigned, have known F, J. chcnoi  or the last 15 years, and bellevo lilm perfectly lion  (Table  In  all  business  triwiwtlonn ami  nnsnclallv  ���������.ble to carry out any obligations made by his Ann. '  Waldino. Kinnan & Maiivin.  \Vholc3ale Dru.Klsts, Toledo. G  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally nctlnp  'trcctly upon the blood and mucous surfaces o1 th*  rystem.' Testimonials aent tree. Price 75 ccnU UV  Kittle.  Sold by nil Drui-elsts.     <  Take Hall's Fnmli** Ifllln for ronatlr%--������nn  "I certainly have  boss." "How now?" '  -weeks' vacation, and  rqst up."  a considerate  Gave me a two  three  clays  to  St. Joseph, Levis, July 14, 1903.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������I was badly kicked by  my'horse last May and after using  several preparations on my leg nothing would do. My leg was black as  jet. I was laid up in bed for a fortnight and could not wnlk. After using three hottlese of your MINARD'S  LINIMENT I was perfectly cured, so  that I could start on the road.  '   J.OS..DUBES,  Commercial Traveller,  A Woman's Way  Crabshaw���������If you insist on this new  gown,.I'll have to get,it on credit,  Mrs; Crabshaw���������As long As it's going to be charged, dear, I may as well  get a more expensive one,  A Flemedyi for* Bilious Headache.-To  those Biibjoc.t to' bilious hoadaulio, l'rtr-  ���������noleo's Veirotablo l'llla aro rooommciiilod  rh tho way to Hiioeily rollqf. Takon no-  cording to directions thoy will mibrtno  trroRularitloH of tho Htoinnoh and ho not  upon tho norvofl and blood vohhoIh tliat  tho pains In tho bead will coaso. Thoro  aro fow who aro not at somo timo subject to hiltouRnoRt*. and familiar with its  attendant ovlls. Tot none nood sulfor  with thoso pills at hand,  e .  for light cause. Our sword is a defensive weapon, not an instrument of  murder.  "When a new blade was forged for  a samurai it was an old custom to  celebrate the acquisition of this family treasure with the eating of a kind  of bean dish, the idea suggested being,  that; the sword migflt never be used  for cutting just as the bean dish re-.  -_uired no knife. Only when a gentle-'  man's honor was- at stake wouW hOj  fearlessly chastise the offender. i  "This is the soul of bushido. In our,  plays those who attack on slight pro-,  vocation are not. honorable, the true,  samurai resorting to his sword only;  from sheer necessity. Wanton mas-,  sacre of captives is unheard of. To  win them through kindness and to  bring about their voluntary obedience  has been the traditional policy of  Japan."  THE C0MST0CK  LODE.  A "Strike" That Was Destined to tn-j  fluence the World's Finances. i  "You've struck it. boys!"   Thus said  Beury Paige Couistoek to I'eter O'KNI  ley and Patrick McLaughlin, who weroj  his fellow prospectors iu a search for I,  gold in Six Mile canyon, ueur tbe pres-(  ent Virginia "City, then capital of Ne-J  v-ada.;  The date was June 10, 1859.  In that remote spot ln the American  wilderness by tbeae .three obscure meu |  Was inudo ou tbat day a discovery des������j<  tlned to uffect the current of Amerl-j  can politics for u score of yeurs audi  to have for long it disturbing intluem.**!  on tbe world's tlnunces. '  The thing which was "struck" on,  that Juiie day of l'8f>u was the vein  covering what.911010 to bo known a*'  the Coiustoek lode. In which wero bid-,  den the richest de|K>slts of sliver ever'  found anywhere on the globe. Tbelri  development years .afterward simulta-i  neously with thut of the silver mines'  ot Colorado started tbe downward j  Oood lu the price of silver which broke;  the old rutlo between the money met-!  ills, changed the monetary system o������,  the lending nations from the double to'  the single gold si 11 ndurd.'Incited tho  movement, beginning In 1877 under  the leadership of Hlchard 1*. Blund,,  tor the reopening of the mints to silver 011 the sum*? terms as to gold, led.  hence to tbe passing of the iiland-'.'  Allison limited silver coinage law of>  1878 and to that of the Sherman sliver  bullion deposit oct of 1890 and was'  the issue which split the two great  parties and made buvoc among the'  smaller ones In ISiMS, resulting In tho  act ot 1IMMI which gave statutory recognition to the gold standard ln tne  United Sttites.-Atlautic.  SEVEN  YEARS OF  Can't  Cure   Inebriates.  The municipal effort on the part <..f  the London Council to check thf increasing drunkenness among women  shows that more than 45 per cent,  relapsed and only a small percentage  oi tno remainder were effectively reformed.  BABY'S TERRIBLE ECZEMA  Hands Tied to Prevent Scratching  But  Father���������-That young man wits horo  uguin last night.  Daughter���������Yes, papa.  Father���������Anything encouraging?  Daughter���������Yes, pupil, ho suiil lio  hoard two could live as cheaply oh  one.  "Have pity on a poor, lame mini  who in hungry anil cold."  "Stranger, think yourself lnckv,  You're only cold in one leg; J 11111 'cold  in lKitli,"-l*cl<! Molo.  l������oct (showing versos)���������"This is my  maiden effort, sir."  Candid KtliWir���������"Yen, it, rends iih if  yon'd made an effort."���������Hostou Trim-  -uciipt.  Still Had It  Rastua was on trial, charged with  stealing $7.8fi. Uo pleaded not guilty,  and an he wiih tumble to biro un attorney tho Judgo appointed Lawyer Cleur-  era ,as counsel. Cloarem put up ������  Rtrong plea In dofense, nnd IlnatuH was  acquitted.  Ccinr'c! nnd cll^t-t met "n fe������������r win  utew Inter outside tht* courtroom.  "Now, Hiistus," said Clouri-m, "you  know tho court allows tho counsel vory  littlo for defending ibis kind of ciiho,  I worked bard for you nnd got you  clear. I'm entitled to much more pay  than I'm geiting lor my valuable services, nnd you should dig up a good  Blued fuo,   Huve you got any monoy?"  "Yes, boss," replied Rastus, "l still  dono got dut Hi-lieu dollnlis and eighty-  livo conts,"���������Kvorybody's.  cHrw  DIXIE T05MO  Qotherid tho Barber.  "Trow nro thln;r������r" tbo linrlw������r nntnyfl  pleasantly of tbo uhrlnklng man In tho  chair.  "Dull, v������ry dulir  And tho knight of th* razor looked  for n moment at tf bo thought tbe remark was porsouaL-Londno Telegraph.  Nerves Are  Exhausted  And  Nervous  Prostration or  Paralysis Aro Creeping Stondlly Upon  You  Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food  You hear of people suddenly falling  victims Jof nervous prostration or  some form of paralysis, But whon  you got all tho facts of the ciiho you  find tlmt they huvo hail months or  years of warning.  Thoy haven't slept woll. There has  boon lrequent n Uncles of nervous  headache. Digestion Iiiih failed, Thoy  havu btion irritable, easily worried  and oxoited and have found memory  uinl coiic-eiitniiHJii lulling,  U.-nl thi-y hut kui.w.j lii.'it lln-'c  syiiiploins toll fit oxhntmtcd nerves  or hini they realized thoir duiigor  they would havo restored the feeble,  wasted ueivos hy use, of such treatment as Dr. Chase's Norvo Fond.  .linn      Hit-ill      Kmwli-iiVv      tli'.iUliinl  euros hy forming now, rich hlood and  by rebuilding tho wasted norvo colls.  No medicine is more curtain to prove  liiMielk'jii), for ouch doso adds to tho  system a certain amount of rich, red  blood.  NcrvoiH diqensos come on slowly  uinl cau only ho overcome by patient  nnd persistent treatment. Trevcntion  is always better than cure, nnd for  Ibis reason you Hhould endeavor to  keep the system at. high water mark  hy using Dr. Chase's Nerve Foot I at  the find sign ol trouble, 50 cents a  Ik>x: C boito-i for 12 iW: nt all denlers  or Kiimnnson, Hates & Co., Limited,  Toronto.  A Powerful New Poison.  A hew poison has been discovered  in  the  innocent castor plant which  adorns so many gardens that is more  powerful  than   any   other  known  to  affect living matter.   The seeds of the  plant ure macerated in a solution of  sodium chloride and the poison extracted in an impure form.   One gram;  of this���������'"racinu's" is sufficient to kill;  500,000 guinea pigs, according to the;  estimates of Prof. Elrich,** of Frank-,  fort-on-Main, but the   peculiar   fea-j  ture of it is that animal which is dos-i  ed   with   a   quantity   insufficient  to 1  cause death can thereafter take larger!  and larger quantities until the.quan-!  tity is increased 10,000 fold.   This can|  be done to a certain extent with ar-;  senic and strychnine, but with these!  the largest possible dose is not much,  greater than the death Jose.    More-|  ovor the blood of a poisoned animali  may be made into 11 "most effective'  antitoxin and if the toxin-is injected1  into a freshly-poisoned animal it will'*  prevent illness,,or in the ease of ono!  that already shows the effects of the1  poison H will completely euro it. :  ���������-       . : . ���������������������������; ,  j. Nativity of Foods. *  It ia .surprising from whence comoi  the most common'articles of food. Thoj  onion, leek, garlic and poa wero fav-j  orites 'in Egypt, rye nnd parsley in;  Siberia, the citron and currants inj  Greece, and radishes hail from China1  and Japan. The horso chestnut is a  native of Tibet, the Forbidden Land,  and tho mulberry tree, wnlnut and  poach traveled westward from Por-|  sin. Very lew consider thnt oats originated in.Nortli Africa at a time when1  Egypt was tho granary of tlio world.  The ehostnut camo from Italy, celery  from Germany, spinach from Arabia,  the sunflower from Peru and cucumber from India, Tobacco is'a nutivoi  xA Virginia. j  Unchanged. '  "Do you aot toward your wifo as  you did boforo you married hur?"  "Exactly. I remember just how I  used to not when I lirst foil lu lovui  with her, I uh<hI to hung over the  fence in front of hor houso and gii7.o  at hor Bhudow on tlio curtain, '-(mid  to go in. Aud I act just tho siinio wuy  now, when I got home lato."  !,, IN II, j  Merely an Accessory. ;  "What's this I hoar about thn wed-  dtrigP Somo say the bridegroom did-  n't show up until vary lato." 1  "It wasn't his fault. Ho was there,  but ho wasn't conspicuous. He get  nlhnwed into a oornor behind somo  palms." ,  True Philosopher. :  "Well, sir, llghtnin* sot his houso'  aflro, a nirthqunko swallowed hnlf his  land, nn' then thn rivor m nn' over-1  flnwfvl   thn  whole   business!"  "Well, what's lio a-doiu' of now?"  Five Doctors  Failed  to  Relieve,  Zam-Buk Worked a Cure  Mrs. Chas. Levere, of Prescott,  North Channel, Ont., tells how Zam-  Buk cured her baby. She says:���������"My  baby's head and face was one complete mass of sores. The itching and  irritation were fearful, and the little  one's plight was so serious that at  one time we feared her ears would be  "eaten '"off'by'therdisease": ������������������  "Wc had to ,kee.p her hands tied for  clays' to prevent her rubbing and  scratching the sores. Doctor after  doctor treated her in vain, until we  had had five doctors. They all agreed  it was a frightful case of eczema, hut  none of them did any permanent  good.  '  "As a last resource we were advised to try Zam-Buk, The first box  did so much good that we felt sure  we were at last working in; tlie right  direction. We persevered with the  treatment until we had used thirteen  boxes/and at the end of that time  I am glad to say Zam-Buk had effected a complete cure;"  For eczema, eruptions, rushes, tetter, itch,-ringworm and-similar skin  diseases, Zam-Buk is without equal.  It nlso cures cuts, burns, scalds,  piles, nbscesses, chronic sores, blood  poisoning, < etc. All * druggists nnd  stores at 50 conts a box, or post free  for price from Zam-Buk Co,, Toronto.  Refuso imitations.  VII Relieved by Lydia E. Pink-  nam's Vegetable Compound.  Sikeston, Mo.��������� "For seven yeara I  suffered everything. I was in bed  or four or fire d*y������  at a time every  month, and so weak  1 could hardly walk.  1 cramped and had  backache and headache, and was ao  nervous and ���������we**k  that 1 dreaded 10  see anyone or have  anyone move in thai  room. The doctors  gave me medicine to  ease me at those  times, and said that 1 ought to have au  operation. 1 would not listen to that,  and when a friend of my husband told  him about Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and what it had done  for his wife, I was willing to take it  Now I look the picture of health and  feel like it, too. I can do my own housework, hoe my garden, and milk a cow.  [ can entertain company and enjoy  them. I can visit when I choose, and  walk as far1 as any ordinary woman,  any day in the month. I wish 1 could  talktoeverysufferingwomanandgirl."  ���������Mrs. Dema BET-nuNE, Sikeston, Mo*.  The most successful remedy in this  country for the cure of all forms ol  female complaints is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  It is moro widely and successfully  used than any otner remedy. It bftl  cured thousands of women who hart  been troubled with displacements, in.  (lamination, ulceration, fibroid tumors,  . irregnlaritios, periodic pains, backache,  that bearinffdown feeling, indigestion,  and nervous prostration, after all other  means Imd failed. Why don't you try iW  Hindsight  "For whom is she wearing black���������  her late husband?"  "No, for hur noxt. Slie knows she  looks well in it."���������Judge.  Minard's  Liniment  relieves neuralgia  "I suppose you will soon be giving  up your motor and getting an airship?" "Not at all," replied Mr.  Chuggins. "There's no fun in going  away up there and frightening a few  eagles."  "A" pin   scratch   may "cause" blood"  fjoison, .1 rust*/1 nail cut is very apt  to do so.   Ilamlins Wizard Oil used  at once draws out all  infection and  makes blood poison impossible.  "There's even more dishonesty in  ^politics than there used to be," said  the pessimist, "Nowadays I figur*  that we don't get more than 70 per  cent, of tho votes we pay for."  Useful In Onmp.���������Explorcrn,. surveyors, .  prospectors nnd hunters will find Dr.  Thomas' -Eclootrio Oil very useful in  camp. Whon tho feet and loirs are wet  and cold it Is well tb rub them freely  with the Oil, and the rosult will be the  prevention o( pains in, tho muscles, nnd  should a out, or contusion, or npraln. be  HUHtainod, nothing could be bettor as ������  drosslnu or lotion, ,  CHANGED HIS OPINION.  Tailor���������"Tho raincoat suits you  splendidly, sir. Makos you look ten  yours younger."  "  'Customer*-"Good. Then ... you can  send in tlio, bill in 1921."���������Fliegendo  Bloettcr.  He  He  A   GENTLE    LAXATIVE  FOR   THE   BABY  'Thankin'  swim I"  tho  Lord that  ho  kin,  Out In the Garden. j  "What is it, do you suppose, that!  koops tho moon in placo and prevent*!;  it from lulling?" asked Araminta.  "I think it must bo tho boains,"!  replied Charlie hiiitly. |  Quetted  Four  Timet  Before  Properly Labeled the Crowd.  At a banquet attended by nearly 300 (  mouthers of a fraternal order la ono j  )f the lurge cities not loug ago, given  In honor of a citizen wbo bad been  elected president ot tbe order, tho or-  rtieHtra, after playing several selections, struck up "Wearing of tho  (Jreen." Apparently everybody pros*  ent began to slug it, almost drowning  out tliu mstruineuta,/  "It's easy to see," remarked one ot 1  the guests, "that this Is an Irish,  crowd.".. j  Presently tho orclnistra began thoi  well known strains ot "Uio Waclit um  Klieln," and tlio nudlonco sang It en  II1IIHHI*.  "I see I was wrong," nald the guest  "This Is a (Jermiiu crowd."  A fow minutes later tlio muslcliinn  ���������tiirtod ti|i "Dlxlo." Thorp wus tho  nsiiiil chipping of hands, and everybody prow-lit turned ills voice loose,  "Again I wns wioug," bo said. "This  Is a Houtburii crowd,"  At Hint the oreheHtrn began to play  "My L'Muutry,   "lis or Ttieo."    II it,  Hi'iimil.v iiw'1-HHur.v to say that everybody stood up und sang with nil tils  llllKllt.  "I tako It nil back." Rnld tho giiosL  "Tills Ih an Amt-ru-nn crown,"  Vet bo wiih riHlil. In one sense, In  nil IV',;! ef l*H jrin"*"*-' Vi>n. ������(���������!������ i*  ������ wonderful country.���������Youtn's L'onv  panlon.    Dad's Olegreee.  "Wo dined out lust evening. Pa dis-  jrrneert n* nw iiHiinl."  "As to howV"  "Got to tlio end of tho dinner with  threo forks nnd two spoons still un-  OHod."-l*ittflburs Post  Stomach find bowel 'troubles is tho  cfiuso of nine-tenths of the ailments  from whicli little ones suffer. Let tho  little stoiinich ond bowels ho kept  right and baby will he happy, honlthy  nnd strong, The only suro and safo  means of lumping baby's stomach and  bowels s\wt and regular is to give  him an oponsionnl doso'of Uaby's Own  Tablets, Tlieso Tablets uro a gontlo  laxative; Ihey sweeten tlio stomach,  regulate llio bowels, oxpol worms,  break tip oolds nnd prevent or cure  the <lo'/,i>])n of ailments that afllict the  baby. Tlin Tablets are sold hy modi,  oinn donlom or hy mail at-26 cents n  box from Tlie Dr. Williams' Modicino  Co., Brocltville, Out.  Here is a prelty quibble from tlio  new edilimi of "Logic for the Million," whloh Sharper Knowlson has  prepared:  David mil.I in his wruth.   All mon  urn liars,  Thoroforo David was n linr,  Thi-rofori*, whnt David snid was not  true.  Thf-roforn, David was not a lior,  Hut ii Pnviil wns not a linr, what he  snid was line���������niiinely, Unit all men  aro llni's.-New York (ilnho:  Want Stamp Detigni. I  Two prif.es of $500 and $250 aro ho.|  ln-g offorod to arti-da by thu Federal,  Government of Australia for tho hett1  doiigns of a series of Commonwoalth1  ���������tamps. ���������. *t '  Doesn't Ht, Though?  Bach���������Confusa, now, Henry, you  don't pay aa much attention to your  wim as you did before you were married? IL Pock���������Lord, yon I 1 mind  twice m quick now.���������Toledo Blade.  A fool alwfty* want* to ahorten apace  ���������od time; a wise reus waste to teatth*  tn bottu-Itoiirin.  "I tuidrrstniiil, Mr, .lohlels, that  your Koii'ti ambition to become nn avi-  11 lor, is a (ireiit trouble lo you." "Yen,  it is a Hoar itfyietiou."���������UoHituoro  American.  DODD'S %  fe PILLS'  Wlh.     ; ~^-  W. N. U., No. 969. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
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Conimissicners of Iho City of Cuu-ber.
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('t'lisi; topnll liquors by retail in a-,il upon
iho piviniues kunw.i ah the Is.ing George
hotel, situated on lot f), block 7, Omnhcr
l-nil Townsite.
VIUTOR UONOltA.
Dated this 7th day uf N���v., l'JII
NOTICE i-i Iiereby Riven that at tho
next meeting of the lkwid of Liceuto Com-
lniu.iouoi's of the City of Cumberland, I
ntond to npp.y for a renewal of the h*-t-
el license held by mo for the Cumberland
Hotel, situated on lot l, blook li, Cum er-
land Towusito.
WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.
Dated this 7th day of Nov., J911.
st Yo
M
NO riOE is hereby given that '60 days
after date Pinteud to apply toD the' Hou
Miuiator of Lands for a lioenso to prospect
for coal ami p'itroleum undor the forcshoro
and under the watur ou tho lamia in and
O'-poiitc tho foliowin" described lands situ
ate iu Kupoit Distiiot,:���C'liiniHiKi g at a
pus $_ihmted on tho ��ea b��auh at high watt r
uiai-lt at tho iutarsection of Sections 16 nnd
17, Township 2. Port McNeill, liiij-ert Dis
trict; thonoeThortl�� 80 chain?, tlience1 west,
80 oO&ina, thenco south 62 chains, more or
Las to lxi*.*.h water mark on south side of
Port MoNeill Harborr thenoe easterly
rdo-ig uhoro lino to place.of cominonceaien'.
Maria Jan.* Pkikst,"
E. Priest, agent.
Da'eed this 1st day of September,  1911.
NOTICE ia'hereby given that 30, days
after date I intend to apply to the Hou
M inister of Lands for a license to proepee-t
for coal ludjpfitroleum under the foreshore
aud under tho water On tho la'-d* in and
���'���pponto the following d scribed hnc.li si-���
y.iite in th * Prince Rupert District:���Commencing at a post planted on the sea beach
at high wo-tor murk at the intei section, of
Scatious'lO and 17, Township 2, Port Mc-
"Nelll Itupecti' District; Ihence' north SO
ch.ana, thence ensfc 80 chains, thence -south
75 chains more or les- to high water mark
ou smith sido of Port McNeill Harbor,
thenoe westerly along shore line to plaoe of
coinmenoeniQi.t.     jjRoy Pim'ST,
E. Priest, agont
D-dad this ist day of'jjSaplember, .1911.
NOTICE is 'hereby |;iven tint on the |
first -lay of December next application
.vill be made to tlie Superintendent' ol;
Piovini-ial Police for a hotel license to
sell liqiiurs by retail in and upon the pre
mises knewn ai the Palmier Hotel, situ-.
iled aLBavnes Sound, in lhe Province
of Britibli Columbia.
Thomas Rip'lky.
Dated October  3rd, ic-u.
KOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that
���application will be made, to the
Parliament "ot Canada tit the next
Session thereof for the continti
atioii of the Charter of the VAN-
COU V ER ISL AND AN D E AST
KRN HAILWAY -.COMPANY
and for an extensian of time for
the commencement of construction and completion of the said
lines of railway authorized to be
constructed by tlie Act of Par
liament of Canada passed in the
Session 7-8, Edward 7, chapter
167 intituled "An Act to incorporate the Vancouver Island and
Eastern Railway Company," and
by the Act of the Parliament of
Canada  in tli-j Session of  0-10,
Edward 7, chapter   17.1   intituled
J>Aji_Actj:e.spactirjg_the_^.ancuti
This is not a professor's lecture on
Astrology..' It is merely an intimation to the public who use printing
of any kind���Posters, Circulars, Billheads, Business or Visiting Cards,
Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements,
Etc,, Etc.,���that
NOTICE n hereby given that at tho
next meeting of the Boatd of L'.ciiuse
Commissioners of tho Oily of C'uwb r-
lnnd, I intend to apply for n renewal '< f tho
wholesale liquor lie'*nse hold l.y mo, tit-
ualed on lot P2, blook C, Cumberl-nd
Townaito.
JOHN MAROCCHI
Datod this 7th day of Nov., 1011.
NOTICK is hereby given that at tbo
noxt mooting of tho Hoard of LicoijRe O- in.
missionerH of tho City of Cumboriimil. I
intend to u, ply for a renownl of the h��,t-
el 1 oeiiFG hold by mo the Wnvorly
.Hotel, tsituuted ou lot 2, block 3, Cumbti*
land To.wiieite.
FRANK DALLOS.
Dated this 7th day of Nov., 1911
NOTICE in hereby i*vcn tint nt tho mxt
mcc-iiiR uf tho Hoti d of Lie use CommU-
sionos of the (.ily of Cumberlaiul, T intend to apply for a ivnewnl of ihe wholo-
siilo liquor lii-ccae held by ni., sitn-.ted
on lot 12, blook 7, Ciimbdi'land Towi-sito.
FKANlv SCAVA11DO.
Dated thia 7th d-i^y of Nov.. 1911
���t'M��-t.l>��n:tL__*.Mr|JVliaVi>A.��.--Vtr'V' i
*���* b mjmatun ��-*��� *rt ��i w im -uhjum ..
verJsland and   I^asterii   Railway
Company,"     ".   ��� ���,
R. C.Lowe;
Solicitor for Applicants.
NUTHjE ia hei.-.liy {jivoa iliafc 30 ilayu
aftor daJo 1 ial,end to apply, to tho Honourable tbo Minister of Lauds for u license to
pr-isi-iont for co'il ��cd iiotrulomn under the
foreshow nnd under tho ���������a'er on thi; lauds
ia and opposite ths f��lli��vjnff do.cr.ibcd
lauds niluate in Rupert DiHtiiot;���Cm-
meneing at n post plantod on the uea beach
at high wator mark at lha intfirsootion of
S.icv,uina M aud IS Township 2, Port Mo-
Nuill Iluport Di��tri(u: llmiica novth Of)
oliaiii;* moro or Ii.'hh t,o hifih witter m>trk..on
the north unlo of Port MoNi-ill Harhoi-j
thbiioO'���following the >(ja beaeh ufc h gh
w^er nifirk (-.ro'in.l ihi- h;':i<l of i]iu, Harbor
to plfl-co of oini.ini.iioeinoii!;,
l'-l'ANOW M,   ToKlJlfKH,
IJI. I'ricu*. ftf����nli,
Dited U'ii l'it dny of ��yj>*rn.h,*i-. Mill.
'���-:< ��� [",\".f\ i\ jm-i-'.-Ii.   ���iv.'-n'Jihiit ,'-.idays
������'-. '    ;   ������<-.  ' i���   >-.r-tv t'> ih,   Honor
���' '   '-'���'  .'���-..-1\   ! riij-i,   lor  .i Iii ense to
cd (.m  < o.i���  ..���'���tl  |:i. ic'ilfinvi iinder
".if. -.'ii.-shiM! ,'iui uncle r the .water on the
i:itid�� in a ud o,'p,,.!*,te tlit* following des
, nhcfl lands .situnii*. ii. Hu|ierl ])i*;lrii:t:��� ���
C. i ,i   ���' ''my,   at ;i pi��-.������.   |'l;itm, .1 i.u  ilie
sf.ii hi.'-u'ii ai I'.iiih " ;i'!.'r inurk -if   tin*  in-'
,,.-,-.' .-      '.   -f '-'-ri,. .  .  '.-  ii.il   I.*,   Town- I
,,:*i       I'u.-1   Mi1-.* cull    . ,i*p'..ri   liisirict; I
ilv i,   . i.oil!i      -'-, 'i.i-',   d >-;i< I* w.!?l   t'<!
rli.iio*-iiiore ui-I*** io hi;;i.   m.'.h-i-  'ii.tHij
on Le  ,.'.f l'ou;  t]"-r:.*   v.i������,:.��� .'^   :\\nn-.; '
sI'Oi   1'iif" I.i huC'Si'-li'isi ul  .'��� i-iions  :i;
,r 'I   \\,   'I'i' :i-.nii. 2.  thi if  ,. .uilrTi./;
.'/'    I'.ilili*- ''    n: l'   .. S-i ;.'  hu*.   ��'',l'!:l i ,,nl-: |
iin so'Hli -       >!'  IV-r!   Mr.Nf-:!!   Iliirhor;'
111 .'in '��� i.,i:.    'I. ���lier;;.; ��h(i|'c Iin ��� n, point
i' (.-ni*i,(".ii.   i-'MH. '.',��� IM: i KM',
I)        U'.i'v k.\ *lay of  !i*|il':,iil.-<:i, 1911,
' 'if- '..,- - ' 1 !������ ;^i-. .'.i 11. 11 jiid,>,,i
iil'ii'r cl -.te I in end t,i i|.;ily 10 lhe IIuihii-
tihle Minis er of J.-nuU for 1. license to
pi'DSpei." foi'C'i.'ii and p.tnilriii-i under ilu:
���V,tv   tin I*'-     'il"1      'i".1"!'      llir    ���'���!'{���.,--'���    t',;,,
U.,  '.   '.���   :n.l   ���   -   ,.-   f.     If I-    '.,. I   ,     '"���.      I,.
NOTICE
Tho Eaquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Company  wid apply lo   the
Parliament of Canada at its   noxt
session for an Act empowo;in�� It to
lay   out, construct, and operate a
railway from a point on  the  rail
way, the construction of which  is
authorisni.1 by  subsection "A "   i;f
section 2 ofCliaptor ninety-two ol
the Statutes of CnnatLi for theyear
one thousand nine hundred and six,
at or nonr tha nor'h fork of Oyster
river, thence* in a Ronernlly  nortli
woiMorly d*. red ion lo ILudy Bay on
lhe wort'.con.sl of Vancouver Island
und ii.-eiciiido'j thoeompaii} V Imnd
in'*' ttov.'c-rri, and for othor purpoes,
W. r. Sm.shuuv,
Secretary K. it N. Railway Co,
I���<ingVi, Tlii-mpson it Bui/j-esf',
' ' ,  ��� Ot'iiwu Agents.
Dnted at Vnneonvor this iirsl day of
. November, JQU,
Is in a position to execute orders in
the manner specified, have them
ready when promised, an J deliver
them "where stated, if desired.
IJ11l.il furllu'i' notice llir: Priu-
.'���us.s Koynl will tnko llio Naiiiiinio.
Vii!i"ouvi'i' mn, lenviiig Nuiinimo
���'���.iiiy (cv-i'pl, Sunday) 7,MO a, in,
Tin* Sin. lay bonl to Vaiii'niivni',
;.',*i-. bi-cii f*!iMi*id|i'il ful' lh''. season,
a ci tlir Clini'iiioi' ji" I'ttli.iiluloil lo
lt'iivi' \',initiiiio Cm \'i!iii'nii\'i.'i' nil
Wi'ii'ii'f.ilay and I'Yidity al 1. p, 111,
and Sumi'diiy nt   5   p.   in,    The
CliarniiT hits boon placed   on   tlie
NOTICE...
NOTICK is hereby given to
John II, (.iliuivillt*, co-owner in
Iho Itiiss group of Mineral Claims
Htuatod 20 miles ' from the month-
oi' I'liillips River in tbo Namiimo
Miiiinn- Division, that: his shnro of
tlio expenditure has uot been paid,
nnd lliat wo intend to iilo notice
with the Mining Hocorder of 1*11 id
District aceordincr to Sect ion 2i1 1.1,
Chapter IM5 of The 11, (,!. Mining
Ad-
J, O. Iloss, Agent,
Uiu), 11. C.Oct. 7th, 1011.
('oiiiox 1 nn,
ml
I'llVlllo'
n
N 111111 i
ino on
'ruedays at. I. |). p   in.,   Tliursdiiyi*
nf H n   111, nnd Kutni'diiv-' *it '- a, to.
V,:
M
HI
1 MiK-. (
Apply Mi
���    1. .'.,,, \      II;
lioie-'     Dahlia
���, .!.       Sl("\��-;|M|
SAYWAlfO LAND DHTIUOT.
Diafriel of isiiywuril,
TAKI*1, iifit'eo tliat OanrKii LiiimiHlur Hi-
niiiiHt -ii, of Viiiii'onviT, 11.��� J., iiiiiohiiiiiu,
hiii iiflo t.t iip-ily (or pi*nuiHn|.)ii tu 'itiroliiuo
tlie fi.llmvii'K ik'K��ribml IiuiiIh:  -
I'liinmi'iicii K at 11 post )iliintoil at thn
Son ih wnut ooruor of lot fiWi thouoo nortli
80 oluniri. thoiuio went 75 ���.���hiiinn, Ihoiioo
Hulltll Hil uluiiiiH, thouoo oimt "H elmiiiN, to
point  nf oou'inifjiicunioi-t,  contuitiing i>t)0
llOriM, Illlll 0 Of  Ic'IH,
liKUIlliK l,l,|l.i:-ilKI(   KlMI.WIITON,
!!"-1.( j-! Hi- 1 v l.'lu'.ii/.it, ,4/,'; id.
Puli'fl Miiifh Dili  imi
_���;-,,,      1 .,;' ������.,.., 1     ...    j,    .    ��� 1        .V.'1'!'  !' 1.1   hn|'..li,V ij.vnll  lil.'it   id.   tlm
If-ui.n:  ,J\; .������ i*.u.i .ni; miiiMn .'<���.. Im-*1  "��� ni��   ,f   Oiollimrd  nt   r/ui-ui-u-
���li.Ncn, Ii.������.!;, ���; li.'iiM. .MMdly   ;1!,int-|(',Jimi",Vi",,MH "''  Ul" ('' >' *'1' *#i����'��M.r
1'ili'ire imc  10 iiiici'v i.tinn nf .Sitnious :��%i
,.!,('  J j   'I'o.-'l.   '��')> :.,  ��� Y.-i���(.��.   .i-,|!|,;:i!>    ('.,'; ',
eh ,,r.-i iikiI'c! 01 l'"i'. t ' 'i-f;1 ",iti.i 111.11!;
. ������ *riiii s,-..i, il i'./'i >.- iM-il' 11111 linr*
il.o-ici   .���f��,i*:'';   i-f''.,        ii* linr to ilh-.i
laud, I iiifoni! I. * i'|ioly Inr a
j rcrifvi d of Hi.- In.' I |icc|i"(' \\:]il hy no*
fur n 11 N�� w Ihiiiliiiiil llnlel, >.itiliiU'd on
t. .1 1 . 1. liiilf ..I .-.��� ii, in liiui:k A, (.'iiiul'i-r-
"toi ''n./i i.it*-.
JAMK.S WAI/n*:UH.
f   I- .f,- a 11 ��� ' "',(' 'I,Ih 7l1' (lny of iNt,V" 1'"1 '
]'��� i.   fl 'hi-t is' il".*' i>( ���'"'lUrnhfr, o-ii.     ..r.--*-^-*.i-'���'--���-. ���.-,;-.:.;������.-���
' ���   j     Vr.^r wM  I;' S. ?'. f:.*..i-!,.
fi i'i   /���* 'I    11*1   f     ,''     |\�� p.\\';'I'll', 'vi'1 -'ri i^i* il'; 1^ lii'ini ,'iinl e!')>i'
itt  \"..\7l p,  III.   ; llilfp,
in-vn.n.i.    V i'.'.M'rt.'l,A:i;ii,
I'.'iiiiibci'l.'uiil *,{-.  Unioi*. '.Valor
\V/-v.-. (',,     1 1,1
NOTICK,
.Sprinkling    will    bo   allowed
only two night*  n   week,   noinoly
TUESDAY and I'MilDAV.  from
j 7 to tl o'clock iii llm ovening,
J     Leaky tap;- in list bo a.tended to
I nt onco,
j    Any I'h'ingerf or fiddilion,*- to existing piping must  be  r'aiiclioiieil
j by the company.
My oclfi*. j
\t. \V, Xunns. Seen'I ury.!
rinnl-fi-liiiel, 11. C. Aug, hi, lOJJ. '
ClMr.KDTENDl.r.3 addri*r,nod to tho
-J undi-r-ignt'd, ,<ml endor.oil "Ttnilur
for Whaifmid iwo AppmnohoH nl Priioo
Ituuirt, P.O., will bu rcci-ivod until *l,C0
P.M.,on Monday, Soptoiulior SJC, 1011, f r
tho aoustruotion of 11 Wlinrf mul two
Ai'pronoluiH m Prinoo Hupfjrt, Qtiiiriiiitino
Stitimi, Diii'.y iHhiml, Jl.O,
PlniiH, Byeoilioiilion and  form of ooii-
triiot cnn bo icon and forms of teiulor on
tiiincd ut Uim iJopiutmout and ul tliu nlll-
cum of U,'A. Kuofur, Ktiq ,  l.)nuict Knj-i,.-
onr, Now Wodniiniitur, H.C, uudi'ii ii|i|ih
Ollt Oil tO tliU PnllUllllBtCll'l- ut, I'linuu Jtnpi rt
ond V'o orin, 11 0.
Pt'i'iioiiH toiideiliij* nro notified tliat tond
vrn will no) bu (uninld.iiiMl milO'H iniidi* mi
tlii* I'irhiloil foMiiH HUpplitnl, i\i.d Hi^niKl
With ihidr letnali-ii/iiiiturtHj Htiitui*; thuir
ouuupaiiiiiiii mul ptuuen uf rt-^Iiloooe. Tn
tho oxiti of lirtun, th -no liul ni(,'iiutm-i', llio
nut uiu of tho nuuiijuiiMii nnd pliieuof reni-
ilei.co *.f cuoh tiieinU'ir of tho win inu.t he
givi-n,
Kuoli tondor mil t ho acuompaiilod hy 1111
iioooptodcil.oiiiii) mi it nhirtorul hunk, pay-
llblu tu thu onlur of tliu llouour.d'lu thu
Minister uf Pub in W"1'|{h, oi'iinl to tun per
uent (10 p,o.) nf'tho unioniit of tho tmidur,
whiuh will bu I'urfuitod i( the pen hod t<ni(i-
oruiK ilinl ue to eiiti'r into 11 uuulrautwliun
ualloil upLiii to ilo hi, or fnl to ounipluto
tin* vorl. ui nniuluil I'or, If tlio to;.dor lu-
nnt nccoplcd the uhoipiu will hu luluriiud.
1'hn |).)|iiii";mniiti (Imn not, din I  iiKidf lo
noci'i't llio lowmit or any tuiulur,
liy onlor,
11. CJ. UKSKOOIIHRH,
Si'ortt'ary.
Di partnu'iit of Puhho Wurkii,
oitii'vn, AuKiiHtart, mil.
NtwHiiipum mill not hu paid for thii iuI-
vortlnflmi'iit if thoy ini.crtit wllhout nuthority from tin* Dipur mout.
IF    VOU    WANT    GOOD
PRTNTINO    OD     TO    THT?
N HAVS. V1K ST-CI .A SS WOl-l K
SAY WARD LAND DIST RI T.
District "of Sayward,
TAKE NOTICE ihu William
Caldwell, of Lanark, Out., mining
mnn, intends to apply for per in is
won to piirohncnlho following do*
acriboil IrhcIb:���Comiwoncini? at a
pout pinnled at the norinweiucomer
of Lot 400, Carrini.?lon Bay, .Sayward District, ihence followiiifj; tlio
north boundnry of ot *li)() e.o*torl\
for *I0 cliaiiiH, thonco north 20
chiiins, thonoo woM to tbe shore lino
tlience KOMliuo.-derly und following!
l-l-o slmro lino to the point of com-
n.oncomei)l, oontiiiuiii|j; lew than SO
nerop,      Wii-uam Cai.dwmi.l,
Jno, MaiiBon,an,ent
Dnted Fob. 28th, 11)11,
���Mtli��M*W*Wr-r��r����*M**^l*Wiai^ mtil\am*mmmm*mM*t*ma**tiata* **��� * ���
.SAYWAUIJ IMND DrSTUlCT.
Diatriot of Say ward.
TAKU ni.tji'o that Sidnny lloaumiin, of
Vanuouvor, II, 0., niiwhiiuic, inUunl-i to
apply for pi.*riuinnii-m 11 purohiiHo tho fob
lowinuf duKoiihed I11111I8: -
Oommonoln�� al- 11 poiit platitud at Iho
HQUlliwoBt ooriu-r of lot'^Sitj thonoo Roiith
' KOTIOBii hsr. by/,'ivcvi thut nt the
noxt inoctiii^nf the Board of UcjnsoCom
mi'Siiai rs of, tho Oily of Cumberland, we
iuteud to apply f a* a leucv/al 1 f the ho'-
el lio uho hehl by us f,n* tho Vcv dmuo
Hotel, situatodon lot 5 block 3, Cumbts*--
land To.visilci.
WILSON & BRAMHER'--}.
Di.t-.-d tldsVth d��y of Nov., 1911.
NO'l'Ii E is Iiereby Itivon th-it at U13
next iiiei-tiug of he Board of License Com-
iniHbijiicr.H for iho Coy i.f Cu-nbfiltuJ. I
into.id fo -ipply for a iu.iqwiiI of tho w 1ml -
sale liqnor license held hy in-*, tiiaiatud ou
lot G, bloe'v 13, Ouuiheiland To'.vnsit i.
CIALI MUSiiATTl.
Dated this 7.h d.*y of Nov., 1911.
COAST LAND MISTUIST.
District of Coast.
TAKK NOT!' K thai Davidt-o*' Ward
Co,, Ltd., of Loviglibnro Inlet, oeen-
p!iuon,.-I.umb.3r-m''n.-in-;e!ic]-to-a-!'i-]-y--
for j ermis-ion lo piochn-H tbo*f*il-
loivin^deSfCrihod land.-: Comiu'etic,-
ii.^ at a fio��t ��� .11ii od on ihe tooth
f-ide of Haul wick Llnnd about 20
chnin*- from e-hi.re, 'tlience on tbo
ea*-t boondarv line of h-us-o Jot,
marked ob' II 11 ]\\; tbctice iiorth '20
chainp. thence east 20 chains tbei.co
north 20 onain1*, ��� thence pubi .-50
cbaitif*, thf-nce t-cuitb 40 ihniio',
thenee west 50 chains, back to ) 1 ������ex
of commencement, containing K0
acres more or les*.
Davidson Waiio Co,. Ltd.
E-B Ward, agent,
Dated AngiiBt 16, 1911.
'���JWW'1IMMIrlLI,l|<llllMnii��tW>iT*l*_MWIU,^^ -
'   Change of advertisements will
not be received at this oilice later
than 12 o'clock noon   on. Tties
days.' v ���        -   ""   ���'���" ���:,   ; ;
 __^_, ; . . :���. __.
.-SAYWARD LAND D18TKI0T.
D'Htriet of S.ij wnrd.
TAKK NOTICK tliat' Ai tlmr, Rowland
Host, of .Vanoouvor, 11,0., tranrtpor' litfc-i-t,
iutonilfl to npp'y for ponnifision to pnrohn-o
tho following doHi.'1'ibi.'d liuulfi:���Commei'ii-
iii_! at a pn.*t planted at-the Hoiithiiimt ror-
nor of In* liill, o<i th*.* north bon.i'diV'J' of
lal fi-17, Ihonoi- north 80 clinins, tlinnro
tiitat 7.r> ohaioB thenor muitli 80 cliaiiiH,
thoi.oi'JwpHi. 71) cluiinK (o jinint of oninmeiiea
ment, oonliilnh-j-" (100 noreH, moro or Ioijh.
AllTlll'll H0WU.NI> liKM'l',
Uoboi't llonry Olicfitniit ngenr.
Di-tnil Mnroh 7Ui, lull. .   -'
aatiaaaamaaw wmma��wmmmm*.mtaaam���mt a m am* t*a,a��.aa* *****> r* frmmut +m,mmimt*
S'AVWAKI) LAND DISTRICT.
1 Hid riot of Snywurd,
TAKK NOriuR Unit Sum ml Ilcnsrami,
of Vaneonvor, H,*b, iiuiiluii it*, iniendn lo
apply for prumiiniou lo ]iuieliano the fol
lowh'K iliwdhoil liiiiili-ConinifiHiinK i.t a
pout, pliintoil nt llio Hniitlou>t cori.or of lob
W01 thoimoeiHt .1(1(1 olmiiiH, tlienco Hcuh
���KloliiiiiiH, llionoo wot. 7Bt*hahiH (moro or
lonM;)t,hiiiioi- norili I) eliniiiH, Ihoiico xvmt
Hfi eluiiiiM, tlionoo i orth 35 olinhiu to pol t
ot oominniieeiiiuiit, onnlalniiif' (KIO noie*,
moro or lo-i<.      iSamukt. IIhasman,
Ilohoit llonry Oliesfimt, n(.ont
Datod Mnroh 8th, 11)11.
POcl.aliu, I1h...i,w
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nortli K0 din1
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placo of oiiiiiiieiiooniDiit   eontalnin/,'  (l|0
noroH, moro or I��hi.
RlliNIW IllMHSMK,
Itnl)' rl, Henry Cno-ili-iif, jij40i.l.
D.u,nii Mnruii oili, mil.
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SAVVVAHD LAND ])ISTU](JF,
,      DiMlriot of Nny wn d.
'J'AKN notioo that Nniiotlo Jopoph, of
Vnnoenver, H. C, HpniHtur, intondH In
npply fi-i-ptnn.irt-iioii In puruhanc, tlm fi,p
lowing desoriliud IiiiuIh! -
Cnniini.|ici!i(. lit a pout plnnliiil nt the
���SoulhoiiHt oornor of lot r>17i thonoo norlh
80 cliuinn, thenco oan*, B0 chain*, thonco
Month HO ohuhif*, thonco west N') chninH
tn llio p ilnt of (loaniiji tuiuofit, cintdu-
in�� 010 noiOH more or lowi,
N.VNI'.'ITI'.TOHI'.I'II,
Uohort Ilctuy Ohc.-iluiit, virt> \i,
Datod March 711), iy 11
BAYWAItl) LAND. DISTHICT.
DiBtrict of flay wnrd .
TAKH iiotin* Ihat Ki'uiicoh Ih'-.ii'irhinii,
wifo of \V. V, Hroii_diai>', of Viiiieouvcr,
11,0., intumlH to npply for pprmiinlon io
pii'rohi'tio tlio following (lenori!ioil luml-i���
'v.'::;:i; :;.;;:���'��t .. j.-^t, )iu.ntv.-.i iu t-.'miiiii
wunI, of the BotithoiHt cornor if lot f*17i
thiinoe diet I'-'O oliiiiiH, thono* nouth .JO
oliniiiH, thonoo wont 1*20 oluinB, thonoo
north 10 chains tn point cifeonimoiiO'ineio,
eoiitainiiij" 1H0 aoron, moio or Phn,
Fii.vvf'i-H Itnonnr.vM,
Hobort llonry (Jhcntmit, iiH-ont
Dated Muich Sth, 1011.
Wood'o 3?hoaj)liodinOv
Thn Ureal  litmihh   Jtumi-ilu.
Timo��HmllnvlK'��riMi*tithii\vlitii.i
iiiiivoiiH t-VHtoni,  innkiM   ri'.'
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fnr, IkhUitu, tileittnl unit Jim in Won't,  /�� .
po/iiit-itr)/, }li-.rtMil Wmli'm-M, /������mlttffi,!,,.'"
miilorrhitut, find h-ffrtii nf Mnimui- 7','ro* .���
I'rloofl porbor, HlxforJA OiiowUlplim-n*.-  ,
wlHoMi-n.   Polil rn/nll ilruniji.w oi�� mulli-il i i
pinlii |.|>", on rni-1-iiil, nf prl.*o,   AVm -/mm' 'f,/,
wi-l,-,l,ii,i'.  Tho Wood Medicino Co.
xfunuerty H'litCm) Toronto, Oni.
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Makea Your EXPENSES Light
Makea Your DISCUITS pght
Makes Your CAKES Light
Make* Your DUNS Li^ht
Makes Your LABOR L:Cht
ORDER FROM YOUR
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THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   fiRmST!   COLUMBIA.
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NOTICK is hereby given that on tho first
���lay of Deoeinlirr'tust application will be
���nude to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police. Vioiori i.fi.r the i-tuewnl of the hotel h'coBfe to sell liquors- by retail iu the
hotelUl-no'vn us th-.- Port Augusta ln.tel. sit
dated ut Oomox, R.t1.   Joh.n* C. Cl.uii-.sci*
Pauid October 3  lllll,
fMMMJMltU. *-\Ym��JimVri.'*lt*tK��M��ynf-ifmMi-mM^
The Courtenay Hotel
Kvory convenience for guests.
Tho dent* al Hotel for Sportsmen
None bul the* Rest of Wines and Liquors
at ihe Rar.
RATES
REASONABLE'
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John Johnston,, Prop
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
llavin�� bu'lc a lm-pe vmichousi* nnd mil,
atCoui-iinay, I will in finuro keep on
hind r. stock of all Kinds of Hay, Grain,
und Food nt lowci-t roinket in teg. A
Hjieciiilty will l>6 mado of ro'ler crushed
feed fcirhorseu which vill mate a n-tving
of wxe third in the coat of feod. OrdorB
givoii tho teniastor or by phono wid bo
promptly filled. Thaiikiiifj you for your
���-atr.,uui**i in tho piiat and soliciting u con
tiuuancoof ihrmimo on bro.tder linen, 1
beg to reiuaia
Vours to coinniiuid,
LVRON CRAWFORD.
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Sign of Inward
JOHN McLEODS
FOR FIRST-'JLASH
CANDY, FRUITK,
CI GARB & TOBACCOS
IF YOU WANT
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Nan.vi.mo-U.nion Pay- Comox - IIoutk.
Sailing ns undor��� ���*
Twin-screw stoauu-r 'COWIiJllAX"
LcuvtH Vnncouvor Tinned ay G p.m.
An Wo Uni.m  -for Cuiulierlund^ Friday
nwrninK
A;rives 0 .inox Friday morning
llolurning
Lv    Comox   Fnd y 4- p in
" Union Ray       "   5   "
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Leaves Vnneo'.ver, Snturday R f m
Arrives Nmnimo,  Siiluniny la p ru
Arrives Union, Suiulny 6 a m
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Loivea Un'.,.   -Suit-lay 5 p in
Laivoa N-'.iuiino, Sunday 11 p.m
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of a "Fit-rile" suit is the
i*esult of the careful, honest
way in which it is made.
FL handsome outv/ard appearance is of no value, unless it
has the sterling material underneath to back it up.
It is the care taken in this
particular that makes the "Fit-
rite" a good suit all through.
The hidden parts nre given the
same attention the surface receives. It retains its shape because the shape and style are
built right into it.
Look over a "Fit-rite" suit
and examine the quality, of the
material and tailoring. It is on honest effort
to supply good clothes at a reasonable price.
Ellhrr cn'lotthontorr or cent! vs a poai card bearinntyour
name end nddrent;, nnd we'll p.iva you n r.opy of tho "Fit-
rite Stylo F'.rociwt," contninin.'C the Intest novo of fashion
tcftdcncici for the comiaz Fnll and Winter.
CAMPBELL BROS.
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HERCULES Stump Pullers
-      -      FOR   SALE   BY     -      -
Wajworth-Rolston Co.   Ltd
1020 Wostminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B�� C.
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ALL KINDS OF
Fruit, *ndy igars
igarcttcs & Tobacco.
Uonova Block,
OUMUKRLAND, B.C.
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"i^ko i'lCii-Gr.^^q cf, cu.r npl?ncli,cl IToyB ^<57:!co
and iOJlov/ inteii-^cntly tlie mevc^j oi! each party.
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Coofe'a Cotton Root Compound;
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romvhloli women ciii
Pold In thr>i*> ulcr.*!*������ -*-��
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Any person or ju-rt-onn, eiittiiijj'.
ronioving or tnkiiiff nny Ijloekf,
tiiiiUif ur wood, uf any dt'jC'xijitii'ih*
leloniriii'f t*> tin* Wellington Colliery C'o'y., or from or off tlio lnnd
of the i-'iiid (Joinimny,  or  iinyoin'
tipping vnbhi.sh of any description
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extent of tlm law.
W. I.. COL I.SOX,
(Ii'iieiii! MiuMtfcr.
Weilitititoii Colliery Co,y.
NOTICE.
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|       impromptu   meals.
AdaafctleBOVRIL
to your canned meats
nnd soups and note
the difference.
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sandwiches are
nutritious and
some.
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���*s*^-^r.xammt^mn*rmL<wrmrKaa*'xi-tvrj* "tor n*<ifcjiX9?RUWTr"jiiur��/iivriini
RUPRBT LAND DIS I'U ICT
Distiict of Iin port
TAKK notice thai (JardincM- Al-
i-xanoer Hnuly SpiMiecr of Ahiiuodii
(Jul., occ-iipiii'ioii plnmlicr, inti'iulf
'o iip'dy for pprniiH-ion lo purehnse
tho followinc* dopcrilcd land,-:���
Ctiinmciiuing at u post planted
ihout 30cliaiiiB wi-fct'of tho ������oti'h
i'iisI cornoi" of Ri-c'.ian 2*1, Towni-hip
21, thc-nco wosl SO t-hniiip. Ihence
sou'h 80 chniiif*, iht-nco cuhL 80
clinins, ihence nortli to poulh >od;o
of Wolf Luke, thenoo wop I erly nlont;
i^oulli chore lo veer end of liiite,
llioni'O eiiPt itlonK north shoretihoiit
-10 ehuiiifi, thonoe norih lo place of
fomii-onconitsiit, ('uiituiniii(. *I(J0
n ores more or Iofh.
Sciihudon poH', Cl A.U.S.'is N.IC.
eorner.
Gahdnkh Ai.kxandkh Dianv
Sl'KN'CKU.
Dun Cl.nrk. A^ent
Dated Divondwr Mil). 1010,
RUPERT LAND DISTRICT
IHstiict. of Kupoit,
TAKE uote ihat Fndor* Mao L'-eson
of Varjci.uvu-, Ii.t!, iccii[iit*on Willow,
i tttinit in ��Pfi[,v t'-.r \<jv i idi.'ii tu _nir-
cliuie ihe fi.liuW' g d scilb <i In* d : U in
maiciM-* ut t-t n p s-t j'lanted   -ttiouc   um
Bllll'.u nm tVi   ami if) t'l*.-! i, H - a-1 of ills* S. R.
 corji��i*j_/._-c-*eiiim_4-)_T_v��*_1_liij)_SI-4hMiic��-
n-'i'li 80 oi.Jiii)', tbeuce tutu 80 clv-i i*.
tlio-co tout - SO cfiiii-.   f.ljenco west  SU
el-trills to pli'ii'.uo; c'ou.menccjiiK'ut, cont mi
iiifif CIO aciiis, m ie < r Iihb.
Kcnbed <;ii }io t EML'�� S.W. cornoi'. -
E.vuok.v Mae Leksox,
i> n Duik, Agei.t.
DaW Docoml-orllth, I9it.
l:UPJ|BMT LAND DI-TUICT
District o' Hi pert
TAKE J'OCKR t'int Ado'.nicle Estoi*
C'.irV B.-j-wii, of J'.i'no! (it.d N. V.,
married vvoiunn. iutoiidn t<> ��(i|ily t* r \i<.r-
miasioii to jiiiich.iiii t.ho fullowtiifj; diUfrib-
cd landn���C'liiimrno li-; at a pout -il-iii'itl
at vnut'iwor.t cor. er ol S ciuii 1!', Tuvn-
uhip 9, tlioD**8 iic.ith SU (iliiiiip,, t'u-iKi'
earsl SO uhaiuf, llmnco khiIIi St) ul,'tii..i,
tht not wpst 8t) c'luini- in |j)ni'o of coiiiir.im-
mcnit containing (110 norc-i mnn* of lc-n.
Scribcil mi poHt. A.E.C. li'.; S.W   cor
Adklaidr KlSTIMl (.'I,.'.UK lliniw.v.
Dun c'lark, i:ff iif,
Da'o��l Di'con.her ]!)th, 111 10.
IIUPKUT LAND  DISTillUT
Diatriet of Rupert
TAKK notice thiit Richmond
Chuiles Uii-H of Vnncouvor, \>. C.,
Broker intends lo npply fur per
mi ib ion to purchase- the following
described lundr1:--Commencing at
a post pi nn led nt  -J   po.st   hei ween
U?   ERT  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Report
TAKE notice ihat Hortri in Jumc-'
T*tsker of Vaneiuvi-r, B.  C.   oceu-
p.Uion Express Manager intends to
to iipplyfor poi mifc-E-ion lo puicbn1**1
t:*e���f:'li���rviiig���dercril-C'd���Jainls:-'1^
Coiiiii*    ein��   at   a   jicst   planted
nho     110 eh.iins vn-s. of the  b u*i>
*o,i    coiner of h-c-oiion   24, Town-
ship 21,   thenee   we-t   80   chftii*--*-,
tho.ice -outh 80 cliiiin:j, tlu-ufi* ejiti
SO ch.'tini*, (hence noith  SO  chninri
lo p'aeo   ��f   c*'ii]iiipni.eir.ent,   eon-
ininii fi (Mfi iicje,' n;o'-'-* or Jr'.-;.-.
Sciihwl :��� ii j o-i Nil; J 'l����.N.i;.
B/THTWA-l .if-y.rt    1V.-KI;:.!,
L'.tn Cl ii'k.'i^eut
Dated D:=c.-mi.er 1-lih,  19!0.
HUI'KllT LAND DISTHICT
D:s:.-ic; of iliipi-rt
TAKE nuiici! i Ii ut .Man,:ii('iiin
L-'iteh uf Vaiu-oiavr, B.('.% <.,'cu-
piith.ii trnlinhicly, inn nds lo apply
for | !������!!)rip*ion in niircliu.-c* tde following! deccrihed lai ih: -
Oninnieweinp -,xi a post pl.u fed
nt the north ejict conn r of Poe'ion
o-I., TowriHiiip 20. thonee wo*��t 80
chnin-', thenco Houth 80 rh-iinf*,
thenee east SO ehuir.*-', thenco norlh
80 ch'iitn--to pliiee of oominenoe-
li'ieni, coiitiiiniiiy GK) ucret*, moio
or lot-s.
Scrihed eo pour. M.L.'s N. Meoi,
Mauoukiuti: i.i-itchi
Dimi. Cliuh, A^cnt.
KlJI'lCIiT LAN!) DIHTIUiVr
Dn-liict i��f Hupoil,
TAKK NOI'KIE tlut ,hni��H nrml��lniw,
of .Eniorin, I'lori l*i, cm'-piniU'r, inlni'H
"i fit-ply for |niiiniHHiiiii In iHii-oliii-fi Iii*
fi)llowui(T ilimeniiini Inni'H:���(Joiiim��ne in-*
���.t a \iinl |ilun nl -' ni'iiv, wi-it of tl.o is.K,
iiuriK r of .Soo'i n '.I-I, towimliip 2i, Mit-in-r
iturth *I0 ch i h, tli him wi'iit SO olmi- ��,
tiinno..' houMi -10 eliuiim,   tlioiicu ok|, 8h
cluiliH  tu  plin'r   cf riiii.llii-liri'llli'iil,  ci)|)-
tiiilii a, 820   iioi'ru mnro or li*h.��,
ficriljoil on pint -I I I'u .S.E. di-i >> jr,
Jamiw Uiiaihuiaw,
Uim ("lurk, ogont.
Divlt-d D.comb.i' P.HIi, I'.UO.
IvUI^'JIi'i" l,\.\i)    i/i,-i| UtX.1
Die net of liiii|i rt
TAKK i.f ice ihut Dll.i llr-olcn.
of Vnnei.'iiM*'. B, (!., ^'.iri'icd
iviiiuiiii, in fin]- in tipp y i r per-
niirrini In puretir-e tie fullnwin^
ilet-uiihed 1 <i-.t!r-: - t'oniii* icio-j; al
popt phuiltd at the norlhwi-sl cur
iK*rof Sit'iion    ISO,  Towii'ii'p  I).
tiii-iii* ohm Nl ch:-i ni-, I in*m e Mitith
KO oh'i'-i!', 11 e  ('*���*   vf��',   -v^   (''--li.'s.
Section 1 SU, Town-diip !), and {--oet-
ion 111, Township 20,1lipncowpcl. '10,
chain-',   thenoe  khiiIi   40' chiiii*n,j i'aled Decenihor 10th, 1910.
tli' nee wc!(--t -IO chnini-, thenco youth ;
80 ohnim-; thenee eaiU  *.()  cluiinr*.
ihi'pen noi lh -10 ehuii'p, ihenci* eai-l
���10 rhniiiH, ihence north feOchniiii- to
pmenof coninioiiieinent, contniuinu
610 ncreH iii;:ie or lost:   /
fScril-ed or. poni IlCli',4 N V, cor,
iilOUMOM) ('lt,\HId-H   UlHH,
Diin Clark, uncut.
)aieil Doeemher l!);h, 1010,
KUI'HItT l\yu DISTHICT
I'lfO'lot  Of   lillll'll,
TAKE NOTIOK  thnt.  Kdward   Dyke,
HUBERT LAND  DISTRICT
Diritricl (*f Rupert
TAKE notice tlmt Erin A Fich'T
Spcnror of Alnii''*ii:��, C��l., riMrrh-i
woman, iniendN lo apply fer per*
mii?->ion lo pu��*< h.u'o thn following
dor-'erih'tl lurid*-;-
OmnnuMioinn ut n pout n'uiii. d
nt 'ho t-oiilli w<'��-t i-'iriH.-r >.[ Sefiton
2 Tfiwn-'h'p L'l,. tlience on*' SO
chain--,    thence   notlli  K0  <���!;-,In-',
i i\t\ i; fluiiu *,  ihu,  j'.iiwara   wy ce,   ,. ,,,,.,. ,,.,���   on ���i ��� t.,., ,i   .,,..       ,i
nf lii.^liamlon.KV. coacln.mn.int.-idr, to     :>""l'��,.v f,f" S"   ll",|!Vl"',,C",";   ;
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i* THE  " a  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  --ammmWrnmrnm.  BRAIN WORKERS  who get little exercise, feel better all round for  an occasional dose of . .  '   ->  brfe.  "NA-DRU-OT Laxatives  They tone up the liver, move Ihe bowels gently but freely, cleanse th������  system and clear the brain. A new, pleasant and rellrble laxative, prepared  by a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.  25c. a box. If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25r. ar>d  ve will mail them.  ^!  NATIONAL DRUG A CHEMICAL COMPANY  OF CANADA. LIMITED. MONTREAL,   2*  w  H. H, NIGHTINGALE  STOCKBROKER'  Investment    and    Loans    Negotiated  33 MELINDA ST., TORONTO  After a day  with the mower, the binder or  the threshing  machine you  can get the  grease and grime off  y6ur hands iri a minute -witli "SNAP".  At your dealer's���������*,  SiW  ANTISEPTIC  HAND CLEANERi  SNAP COMPANY _  ���������*'Ontri>'-_,  |W83  The Test  Diogenes was searching.for *n hou-  ���������est man. \  "He will advertise that his summdrr'  /esort has mosquitoes," explained the  sage.���������New York Sun.  "Do you think they approved of my  sermon?" asked the newly-appointed  minister, hopeful thut he had made a  good ��������� impression. "Yes, I think so,"  replied his wife; "they were all nodding."  Mr. Grimes," said the rector'to tho  vestryman, "we had better take up  -the collection before the sermon'.this,  ���������morning."  "Indeed?"  "Yea. I'm going to preach on tho  -subject of economy."���������Stray tories.  Complete in itSelf, Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator does not .'require the an-  eistance of any other medicine to make  St effective. It does not fail to do its  worts.  _���������"'���������'Isn't-your speecir'a^TittlcrrirTgi-aiiF  niatical here and there?" "Perhaps,"  answered the new��������� M.P.; "hut, you  see, I've got to keep it from, being too  severely grammatical. Some of my  constituents might think 1 was trying  to jjut on airs."  ���������"'I have a remarkable history," began the lady who looked like a possible client.  "To toll or sell?" inquired the lawyer cautiously.���������Wnshiiigton Herald,  FOOD FOR A GENIUS.  Diet That Enabled Mrs. Siddona to  Risa to Lady Macbeth.  It is not altogether easy to lmajlnc.  a Lady Macbeth earing chops. Yet ber  greatest Impersonator got ber Inspiration from tbem, if one may rely oo aa  altogether delightful authority. Oo a  certuln occasiou. writes E. V. Lucas ln  his book "Tbe Second Post," the painter Haydon paid his butcher, wbo reciprocated by expressing great admiration for the artist's painting of "Alexander."  "Quite alive, sir," said the butcher.  "1 am glad you think so," said the  artist.  "Yes. sir; but, as I have often said  to my sister, you could not have painted tbat picture, sir, if you bad not eat  my meat, sir."  "Very true, Mr. SowerD-?."  "Ah, sir, I have a fancy for gen'us,  sir."  "Have you, Mr. Sower by?"  "Yes, sir. Mrs. Slddons, sir, bas eat  my meat, sir. Never was sucb a woman for chops, sir! Ah, sir. sue was a  wonderful crayture!" ' ���������������, ���������  "She was, Mr. Sowerby."  "Ab, sir, wben sue used to act that  there character���������but. Lord, sucb a  bead, as 1 say to my sister���������that there  woman, sir, that murders a, king between 'em,"  "Oh, Lady Macbeth."  "Ah. sir. that's it-Lady Macbeth. I  used to get up witb tbe butler Deb ind  ber earriajje when she acted, and 1  used to sett her looking quite wild and  all tbe people quite frightened. "Aba,  my lady,' says I, 'if it wasn't for my  meat, though, you wouldn't be able to  do thatl'" ������  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Dandruff  Dissatisfied Husband���������"Beforo wo  were married I was led to believe you  were, well off."  Dissatisfied Wife���������"So I wiih, but I  didn't know it,"  "That .nisei* who died the otlwr  day was more "Hum economical,"  "How so?" "He.left instructions thnt  his brass doorplale should he. tnlcnn  clown and screwed oii his coflirt lid,"  Tenoher���������"Now, little Tommy, pivo.  us an example of tho double wfi"*  tivn,"  Little     Tommy���������"I     don't,  .none."���������New York Globe.  , know  Attncl-H nf cholera ninl d.VHentery ivomo  'Onlolilv, lliot'ci Holdom bolnir any wnrn*  in*, ot the vIhII, Itomodinl notion nniHt  lie takon .limt as (illicitly If Ilu* lmtieiH  ;.t- In Im Riivoil (Trent HiilTorlnu und por.  niftnont injury to the llnlnur iiioinhninoH  ���������of the howolH. The roadloHt prormriUlon  for the purpoHc- Ih Dr. .T, D. KoIIokr'h  Dysentery Conlinl, fl onn lie (tot nt.  wiuvU tioKt, nt nny rtnur Htoro or irenei'iil  dr-ater'n, nnil It will nll'oril rollof hofom  ,\ doctor onn ho culled.  Tho eye is tho iiudicnce of uuture,  "Whnt ine her dnys at lionii'i1"  "Oh, it widely lmiflcr has no dnyi- nl  homo any  mon*.    Nowadays she bus  her t/'lf'iilioiii* hours."-Siiinit Hoi.  "I wondci' what tin* invonlioiiH nl  "fho noxt ten years will hop"  "Probnlily di'vlei'K In prnlecl us  Yrorn the inventions of the lust Ion,"  "How lir'nrhl and liniW May lonlm  Bineo lier eru-imeini'iil,"  "Yes; n innlcli usinllly lipids up n  ������irl'-- Jace,"  First T.mly- "II������iw very hiippy lln>  hridettroiiin limits' I'leally. il is pleim-  nnt to see a yoiinu iiiiui lonlfin-- so joy.  fill."  Hi/ond Lady--"Hush!     Thnl's in  (he   bridejjroniu    jilled    six    inontliH  ' THE COTTON INDUSTRY.  Alexander  Hamilton  Foresaw  Ita  Im-  ~"���������*~���������portance~lfi~This-GountryrJ-TS���������r-  There exists in tbe arotiives of owe  of the oldest among the cotton spinning families In northern Mew Jersey  a long letter from a banker ot New  York addressed to Alexander Hamilton  when he was secretary of the treasury.  Tbe banker had beard that Hamilton  purposed to build a cotton mill at 1'ut-  erson, N. J. This project tho banker  condemned and stated I hat it was the  opinion of all the merchants In Mew  York whom be kuew tbat not In a hundred years would the cotton milling  business in the Called states employ  200,  Hamilton went ahead and planned  tbe industrial town he named Pntercon  and nlso plou'iit'd nud tlnaiiced a company for developing a water power and  for financing corporations thereat,  Hamilton's oiIkIiikI company, known  ns the fcoetrjty Vor" Oseful Manufactures, artists to this day at .'aterson.  The tn;i>nt whom Hamilton sent to  Englnnfl to buy cdtton mill mnohinery  wan instructed to have It "knocked  down" and placed In small boies that  were to be markvd "itlbles for the  Moravians of I'eiiiiHyiviiuia." it wns  at that time against the laws of England to ship auy kind of indiiHtrlai inn-  ehlnery out of tbe kingdom. Hamilton's brother nnd two of Uia iiKeufn  werecuught IryUiu to ship tbe cotton  mill rnaehlneify Ui Fureiuon, nnd tuny  wero Imprisoned for ten mootbs.���������Cotton.  Waldo nnd thn PleHted Pepper*.  "Now. deaile," said tin* liurse, "I  wnnt you to lean* thin nlco llltbt pix-ni  about 'I'ntur IM|wr iilcUed u peck of  lilckled peppotn.'"  "Sliun'tr* HilHwerwI the Moslou rhllil,  iniicli In the 1'iiiiiner or other olilldi'i'ii.  "Oh, uutigliO'l*, naughty! Why,'Wab  ilo, wby won't you leuru this pretty  IK-oinr  "Far two renRoua," nnnworwl Wnldo.  "In Ibo llrnt place, th.* nllltorutUin of  tlii* lino you quot������i Is so wxcusiflve uh to  ih-rUroy nny lln**>ary fliilnh" ihut such  ndvoiitltloiiH aids to metrical eowpout-  Uou might loud Jf usiij moro npuritiir-  ly, And, In tbo m-cond plnco, <-oi-*-|<|--r  the Impossibility or lilrkiug p-pponi  which hnve nlrendy l>*������������*ii plcb'cd, Th*>  whole thing Is bmiooUi the attention of  any Intelligent pornon."���������Hosion lYa<r*  el or.  SMILE WHEN_Y0U LOSL  Then Braoo Up and Start Right In te  .      Become a Winner.  Be as good a ios*er as you are a'winner���������a bard task to set a man, but  not an lmp������)B8lble one. Many, barp  met it Those who have are those who  win more than they lose, for nothing  Inspires success or victory like calmness In defeat or coolness under stress.  It Is true in business, In politics, lo  sports, ln any sphere of competitive  endeavor.  Not only that, but nothing is quite  as disconcerting to one's opponent Id  one ot life's contests as the ability to  lose with a smile and well directed effort to regain the lost, Any man who  bas run a root race or boxed or wrestled or played ball knows that  But uobody has auy time for the  man who Ib forever lamenting bis own  loss or defeat The world simply ere*  Its bim wltb being what It terms a-  "grouch." which means a poor loser,  and pnsses him by for a moro agreeable man. Any one can be a good win  ner, but it takes a man to be a good  loser.  The philosophy of llfo Itself teaches  thnt tn all of Its precepts. Some one  ban to lose. It may as well be you.  perhaps, so far as the good of the  world goes, as your neighbor. It  mnkps for unselfishness"to keep tbat  in mind.���������Omaha Bee,  FREEDOM  OF THE CITY.  An Honor Which Had Its Birth In the  Middle Ages.  The ceremony of presenting the freedom of the city as an honor arose In  the middle ages, when such tight was  not acquired by mere domicile. No  stranger could move into a medieval  town and go Into business, his own  gainful occupation or tbe civic activities. First he must become enrolled  In the guild of his trnde. then he hud  to undergo an apprenticeship of full  seven years before he could be admitted to Its livery. Then only and thos  o������ly could he arrive at the freedom  \**)f bis city.  As a reward for high deetfs tbnsc  medieval city republics -sometimes  conferred on such strangers as I'nd  served them well the freedom of '.he  city by solemn act of the burgei-JHes  and liveries without the apprenticeship oft servitude. Every such !������������������>  ciplent of a city's freedom becam* at  once a burgess, free to dwell,'. tre������ to  engage ln trade, free to vote for the  civic rulers and to aspire to the;,c5vlc  _chaJr,___jrhe_.ke^v_rwas_tbe_vlsIblft_!Agn-  of this freedom���������the city gates, cloned  nt sunset ngatnsi the stranger and the  foe. opened to the burgess' key at All  hours, as the door of hi** own bom*^-  Argonaut  'Aids Nature  The irtat #uree*������ ol Dr, ricrec'i Gi-IJfn Medical DU-  eovery in curinij weak momnclir!, wnsted bodies, wenk  lung*., nnd ohMinntr nnd lin-.erintt cotijth*, Ih biueil on  thf rcpoilnitiAn r,l tlie fiiniliirnMitnl truth Mint "f'uldf-n  Medioul Discovery" Mipplie*. Nnliiri* vviili body-build-  in|, Imue-ri-p'iirinn;, mitsclc-niiikinil inuteriiil*., in con-  denied und conetritraled birm. Willi tlii*> help Nnture  eiipplict the nccet-Kiry strcriillli lo the Ntomncb to dirteU  food, build up lhe body nnd llicrelvy llirow olT lin<erin|l  ohmlnnto cnu|(li������. The '-Discovery" rc-e*liiblit.lie������ the  diKe.Hvc nnd nutritive orjt'in** In -.mind beallb, purifiei  and cnrii.lu'i the l.li.n!, and nouri tut the nerves���������in  ���������hort etteblUhc*. M������n;id vi^iroim lirultn.  Jt yt.ur denier otter* iiimtthlnr) " luat a* flood,"  It la prnb.tlily hotter PON HIM..-It fiaya hatter,  ttttt you are ihlultln. tit tha cura not tba profit, ao  thore'a nothin. "hint at Hood'* for you.   Say ao.  Dr. fierce'! Common Seme Medical Advlier, In Plain RntflUti; or, Med*  Ictoe Simplified, MM pajet., over M iilu.tnitioni, newly revised up-twiaia  V.Aitlnn, (���������fnfh-rWiriif, ifnf inr 'Ml ������-m-<"i-nf trump*), fo eov^r eo������? of wnippm^  ���������i>d m.'h'nit auly.   Addrei������; Dr. It V. Tierce, UuITelo, N. Y.  Wit "ln'Extretnis.,,/< >  Of the men of letters who lost their  llv**s ou the scaffold twit at least died  debonairly.  There was Montrose, poet abd  king's mnn In Scotland b king versus  kirk business. Un the morning of his  flxecutlou VVarristown. rhe covenanter,  wont to bis, cell, doubtless to make  bltuself unpleasant Montrose Was  combing out bis curls.  "Why is .lames Graham so careful  of Ms locks?'  Montrose ������mlled and rondo answer:  ���������*8o long as my bend Is my ovAi 1  mean to see to it   When Warrlstown  gets it be mny deal wltb It aa ho  UlMM."  At, tho BcntTold air Tbomns Wore  aokvd tho lleutennnt of tbo towa' to  eev bim snfe up the steps.  ���������Tl) shift for myself ooming down,-*  thn poet promised.���������VouUi's Uompan*  lonu  Cecil Rhodes' Qreve,  Cocll Ulioib-o. the "dlnmond king"  (inr) famous South African statesman,  Js juried In Africa, In obedience to rjla  own wish, ns oxprpssod ln tho follow-  Jum*. words loft in his will: "I ndmirn  tbo grandeur nnd loneliness of tho Mn*  toppas, in Ith'odexln. nnd tborofoM I  dostro fo bo burled In tbe Mntopixin,  on tbo bill wbleh 1 used u������ call the  'VIpw of tho World,' In a square to bo  cut In tho rock on tlio top of tbo HIU,  Covered with n plain brass pinto wltb  tliKdo words thereon: 'Hero Ilo tbo re-  mains of Cecil .lolin Rhodes.'" tlbodoo  (litMl Mnrch 2(1. Itm, nt tbu ngo of for  ty-tiwon.  ii. ii. .*****  Windows of tha dn'il.  KrtsH nre bold ns llonrj, roving, mn*  nlnjf, leaping, horo nnd thoro, fnr and  nonr. Thoy speak nil Inngungos; thoy  wnlt for no Introdnctlori; thoy nro no  Knj'llshmon; nnk no 4o������ve of ngo ot  rnnfc; thoy ronpoct noltlwr poverty not  flcbes, nolthor lonrnlng oor powor, nor  vlrfno, nor sex, but Intrude, nnd como  again, nnd go through nml through you  In it mi-iiHint of tlmo. Whnt Inundation  ot life and thought Is discharged from  quo soul Into anothor through thowJ-  lSuimoii,  Remarkable Cat*.  "Mow much your littli boy rvi*.*iuh|t*a  your busbnndl" *ald tbo cunning poll-  tlctfltL.  "I'vo nlwnys henrd," sho replied,  "thnt pooplo grow to look HIio thooo  Wtij     ���������������������*������    imm\.m     V* ii.t,    ktml    t������-it������    lit*    '4 ������> -* V'*^  B roinnrkiibli* enso.   Wo ouly adopttd  Uio littlo follow last weuk."  ^OO^l^S  P1BS^TO,U  SO^fsS  rtto*Mti   O'ishhYI l  \?z  YOU'LL HAVE LESS WORK AND MORE PLAY  .���������'"'...-:   IF YOU TRY THE MOONEY WAY  The MOONEY way meansrnore biscuits, less home cooking:  ���������Because MOON EY'S BISCU ITS are fresh enough and appetizing  enough to tako the place of the product of your own ovea.   For the daily meui  ������.,s..'ii i:i,��������� - '-  you'll like  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA   BISCUITS  They're the crispest, creamiest, most delicious-soda  biscuits ever produced and -they're made in Winnipeg.   A Western biscuit for Western peopre.  T In air-tight packages or sealed tins.  .'������������������ Let--'  .MOONEY  DO IT  lll-Natured  Magistrate���������Do you know the- nature of an oath, madam?  Witness���������I ought ter, y* honor, seeing as how, I married a drunkard!���������  Sydney Bulletin,  To Men Who Lead Inactive Lives.���������  Exercise in the open air ia the best tonic  for the stomach and system generally;  but there are those who are compelled to  follow sedentary occupations, and tho inactivity tends to restrict the healthy action of the digestive organs and sickness follows. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  regulate the stomach and liver and restore healthy action. It is wise to have  a packet of the pills always on hand.    '  Broken Down Sporting Cove (somewhat shopworn)���������"Think you'll know  me next time you see me, guv-ncr?"  Publican (who,, has been/taking  stock of him)--"I may, if you don't  wash your faco in the meantime."  Four and'a ���������half .percent, of German  university students are women.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Soft Toned Bells of China.  The natives of China use larpe Delia  of their own make In many of their  temples and mimnsteries. I have noticed all through .lupuu and China tbat  tho tone of the monastery and temple  bellB ts very fioft and smooth, due to  the superior .quality of the material  used ln their man u f net ure aud to tho  absence of Iron clappers, tho result he-  tag a marvelous Hoftne**8 and mellow-  ness of tone. The bells nre never  ewuns. belnK nlwnys suspended tn a  fixed frame, and rhe sound is produced  by strikliiR thorn on the outer edge  wltb a wooden mullet. This makes tha  soft tones whirl) are no delightfully,  melodious.���������Consular Ueports. ;  Dr. Holmes' Wit.  Ono of tbe bunt repartees ever credit*  cd to a Dubininl maker of bnppy  phrases was thnt made by tbo beloved  "Autocrat of tlm Breakfast Table" on  a certain social occasion.  Going to dinu with a Boston neighbor,  Dr. Holmes wns met by ber wltb an  apology:  "I could not (*ct another mnn. We  are four women, and you will bnve to  take us all to,"  "Forownrnud Is fourarmed," ba said  with a bow.  MALADIES  0F_ METALS.  Curious Contagious  Disease That Attacks Tin, Brass and Lead.  The alleged contagious diseases of)  metals is a topic that has been men- ���������  tioued from time to time, but shall be  mentioned again because it 0teutls to '*'  promote uniformiry in ous* views of j  mineral life and other kinds of life i  and to discredit tbe fashion of regard-  lug anything in/ nature as dead and |  inert ;  in a lecture before'o the Soclete de  i Chimie Physique at 1'iiris a professor  spoke of the tact that un when exposed to a temperature below the  freezing point or mercury shows a,  kind of eruption of pustules in which  the metal lo%*s Its ordinary shining  surface, becomes gray and ou Deing  TJuTwitU a saw'eifh"e1~fa"Iis~to^"pow~dirjr"  or breaks up Into a bundle ot fibers.  This affection is oapahle of being com-  iminicated by contact,", for. the application of a few grains ot the powder to  the surface of a block ot perfectly  sound tin brings about its transformation in a" few days.  in another trausmlttable disease of!  tin tiie structure of the metal is cbangr-  ed and becomes crystalline. This disease has a special tendency to attach:  joints wblcb bnve beeu soldered, but  it attacks brass nod lead as ,welL  Metals do seem more alive and organized than tbe earthy mineraia.���������  Century 1'ath.  Film and Filth.  Tho fly to born in, lives nnfl thrive  upon filth. If no tilth \n allowed to accumulate In n lion ho or Ira neighborhood It will not bo troubled by (ill's,  for tbey do nnt ordlnnrlly stray far  from tbelr biwrUng places nnd tbelr  dourcos of food. In a thoroughly clonn  neighborhood the*/ ennnot livo In tho  faco of HpreenN preventing tholr necois  to food nud to tho absbneo of manure  heaps and otln>r receptacles for (llth to  wblcb to deposit their eggs.���������Survey.  Punished For Looking Healthy.  In the days of tbe 1'urituns the storks  were not unknown ns a penalty tor look*  lng too healthy. Hnddiness ot complexion was a crime when a gaunt ytsogo  was regarded us nn outward sign of  Runctlty. Dr. lflcbard, writing in tho  early eighteenth century, remarks:  "Then It was they would scarcely let  a round faced man go to heaven. If  he had but a little blood in his cheeks  bis condition was accounted dangerous,  and 1 will assure you a very honest  mun of sanguine complexion If -be  r ha need to como ulgh an otilclal zealot's  house might be set lu the stocks only  for looking fresh ou n frosty morulng."  Few of the January faces to be seen,  tn a London street, however, would rim  any risk of drawing down this penalty.  ���������London Chronicle.  In Hli Inters***,  Jflck���������Tou know whon Mnbot reject  ed me Imt work 1 told you my troubles, nnd you promised to help ma  Well, she nocpptpd mo lawt night Am  I to thank you ror Intprmtlne for mel  Connln IlrHe���������Not ajoctly, dear boy. I  simply Intlronrr-d to Mabel that 1 was  sfter you myself.  j    Dow ahull I be nble to rale mar  otrtpre thm n*?f not full power ana  ' tommand over myeelfJ-nebeUia, _.  They Keep th������  whole system  in the pink of  condition.  Their singular curative pro-  ilmli\\fitUlm\fV<HitiiU UJ  Mil liwiwi  tribe���������liitrooucedtociviluation  nearly a century ago���������com-  pound������d since 1857 In the  Comstock Laboratories at  Brockville, Ontario.  Dr. Morse's  Indian  Root Pills  luvc a remarkable record for  conslslentry curing constlpa-  tlon.blllousnessandindlgeitlon,  purifying the blood, banishing  * headaches and clearing the  ll       ikin. 25c. a box everywhere.  Murder ��������������� a Fine Art.  It hns been popularly supposed thnt  Napoleon was directly and Indirectly  ronpouslblo for moro deaths than any  ono olso of modern times, But time  estimate must bo rovlsed If tlio statement of Miss Southey in "Storm uud  Butifllilno In Houth Africa" is tu bo  accepted about the great Zulu king  Tshnka, a eontomporury of Napoleon,  who "Is bellovod to hnvo accounted  for tho lives of ovor n million or nls  follow creatures." Thero still existed  at tho time of Miss Wouttiey's visit a  very old lndy who had known the despot and had muny romlnlscoucos of  bim.  "Noblesse Obll..."  In Mrs. Wnltord's story of Lord  Mnnstleld in hur hook entitled "Itecol-  lecUoim of a Sivlilsli Novelist" tho top  noto of propriety Is reached.  Tho nohlo lord's young uephow, seo-  iug on-I uuiioyt'd ut it rail wuy etuuou  nt huviiifi uo tivrxtmi. ul Imutl to tct  his newspapers, ran post has to aud  procured thorn. Lord Mnnstield showed no gratitude whatever.  "Kdward," wns all ho would sny,  ������������������.,fv.,.,ti.....     r^ i     ���������   . i    .,,...    .    ...   <v.'..tv^4     i ,\������:; ,. \ <L,    m.,.f    m.    _,VUWfr^fcM^U.  ibould nover hurry Ulmself in public."  Essy Monty.  "I am working my wny through coU  lego."  "Brave girl I  Uow do you earn mon*  wr  "Well, father give* me (10 for every  ilnglug lesson I don't taka"���������Louuv  rllle Courleislournai.  HU Pretest  Doctor-Now. nurso, take tb* pt*  dent's temperature.   I'atlent (feebly)  -OU, doctor, do !������������,������������ me eouittUiing  \. ny sy������tem.J-Baltlmore American.  Well, Well!  THIS is a HOME DYE  that anyone  can use  I dyed ALL these.  ^^> DIFFERENT KINDS  >.: ^-J>       of Goods   V  ~ with the SAME Dye.  I used      ''>-.':  DYOLA  IONEDYEwrALL KINDS^wo^I  CLEAN and 8IMPLE to Use;  NO chance of using Ilie WRONG Dye for the Good,  one hut lo color. All color, from your DruKRlst or  Dealer. FREE Color Curd and STORY Booklet It,  The Johnson.Richardson Co., Limited, Montreal,  The Also Ran  "Are you related to the bride or  groom-elect?" inquired the busy  usher. ;���������  "No."  "Then.what interest have you in the  ceremony?"  "I'm tlie (lefonted candidate."--  Washington Herald,  Wildness of the Waves  Upon the bench the breakers roar  In protest'vn in, perchance,  Against the sights  that   crowd    the  :   shore     -  Where bathers ���������gnyly prance.  A mother found her small daughter  shut in a closet. "Whnt arc you  doiriK in the dark, baby?"  "You snid God was watching me  all tho time, so I thought I would  come in here nnd give Him a rest."���������  .1, Cooper Culvert in Mppincott's  Magazine.  Baby's Rash Became  a Mass of Humor  Parents Decided Ho Could Not Bo  Cured, '"Cuticura" Soon Made  His Skin Perfectly Clear,  A Toronto mnn, Mr, llohnrt Mann, of 7SRf  Quwu Ht, Kiwi, rnym "Our hoy wiw born In  Toronto on Out. I.'I, 1008, and whon t)in>o  uioutlu old ������ illi'lit rarili a|i*-otu-*<l on liU  clnsiik. What ftppoBrixl to  Im u wamr hlUtur would  form. Wlii'ii It brokn,  inatirir would, run out.  startlnir iii'w IiIIhuth mull  Ids (iiitlru faco, Imad and  Hhmildoni wito n maun of  Hrolm arid you, could not  Bi*o a parllc-lo of clear Hkln.  Wo fll-l not know what  to do for lilm and tried  about (ivory ttilvortlHud  ���������remedy without avail, Indued Hoinn of tlmin only  adileil lo hln niilTurliiK aud  onn In uartloular, thu ���������������������������  llfimeily, DlmoHt put the  Infant Into convublonn,  ������������������''"'  '���������mlly  Tho  family   doctor  r(i^,i for'h!m    T  ^J%  not do any uood. no wp  jixA- 'jSiij in a iie-i'illal.  ITo wm trcnti-d rw an oiil-riatlmit twlcp a  week and hn uot won-o, If anyfliipK. Wo then  failed In another doctor ami Inutile of a wook  the hoy wan, to all a|iiieaiaiici������, nur.������i and  tlm doctor said III*- work won done. Hue tlio  vory noxt day it broko out tw had iw over,  "Wa deeldwt that It could not Iw cured  tomi liiu.iV lnu Hn ������Aj,imn ft.nl ������J t.u inn. >.':,<t  hU arnw liandaced to hU sliln to prevent hifl  tparliiK Ills lliwli. Thn tJiillcura ������emn-ll������i  wore rocommenileil. Wo started unlni* tliora  In May, luou, ninl noon tlio euro waa complnte,  Cuticura matin hln skin perfectly clnar and  lie I** i-nllrnlv free from the Mn dUuoMO,"  (dlum-il) Tlohert Mann, May 3, 1010.  !u another letter, datftd Juno 20, 1011, he  iddn*. "My boy hou nover liad any more  tiuul/.i; itUict) u.i!nx Cutkura."  For tnom than a ������ennratlon Ciitlciira Boap  and Ointment havo afforded tlm most due *  ciMiful treatment lor nUIn nml Ht*������lp trouble*  of liifunls, children and adult*. A uliujln ml  Is often auftnlnnt. Althoinrh ������r������l by drujf*  eUti and ilcalcm throuchout (he world, a  littoral tuiiii'lii uf cadi, with .IJ-p. book on  the *kln, will bo wnt frr**, on application to  rnltor nnirj * Chem. Corp., W OolumbuJ  Ave. no"*��������� '' H. *  2LJJUJJ-JJJ������llI.JUIiUS^LJ���������JiiU-X ���������",' J  /  I  W. N. U��������� No. 863. ':������������������/���������*;#���������%>:  ���������'������,'���������  . wll-*  /���������?V  THE  NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  \  Pape-rBagfi  backs to living tn flats has been heretofore the difficulty of avoiding the smell  of cookery. With the paper bag there  Ls no smell. In tbe tiny flat kitchen  there Is little space for pots and pans.  None are needed for paper-bag cookery. Girls and women living alone in  single rooms, typists, clerks and school  teachers would, rather dtno or sup on  a bun and a glass of milk than face.the  trouble, after a weary day, of cooking.  a meal and washing up afterward.   If  they procure the new paper bags they  may provide themselves with a simple  and sufficient meal in half an hour, and  have nothing to wash but a plate, knife  and fork."      n   ������������������"  In another issue of the same journal  -we find a summary of the advantages,  of the new (and astonishing) system;  FOR many years -we have been  familiar with the fact that certain branches of fine cookerv  may be carried to perfection t r,  the use of the paper bag. More, than  a quartei' century ago I ate trout  broiled ln the oven enveloped in stout  paper which was afterward peeled off  witnout skinning the delicate fish or  robbing it of tho coral spots which  are its hallmark of nobility among the  llnny tribes. Mrs. Bartlett, the mistress and chef of the noted hostelry in  the heart of the Adlrondacks that boro  . her husband's name, was prolicient In  the art of cooking trout. It was a  proud moment for me when I gained  permission to Insert her recipe for "Salmon Trout Baked in Cream" in my  first cook book, following it with one  bestowed by the same generous hostess  for "Cream Pickerel." Both are in use  in my family to this day���������thirty-five  years later.  Encouraged by my success, I dared  attempt to broil trout in paper, as I had  seen her do once and again. Three times  out of live trials.were tolerably successful; two were such'ignominious failures  that I was afraid to make a* sixth venture. The paper stuck 4o the fish and  tlie taint of scorched and greasy paper  marred the flavor of the trout. Yet  that: the process could be practiced continuously, with never a failure, was  demonstrated triumphantly by the accomplished Adirondack chef.  I have' also eaten quail roasted in<  "cases"���������id est, paper envelopes. French  cooks are expert in'the trick. Readers  of Jesse Lynch Williams' clever novel,  "The Married Life of the Frederic Car-  rolls," cannot forget the ambitious attempt of the young wife to Impress her  new relations-! n-law by setting before  them at a state family dinner quails  ���������cooked-inrcBsesp-  time to say, "gridiron" or "broiler."  The light wire bivllers in general bse  are what is meant. Several bags may  lie, side by side, upon the same broiler,  ln one demonstration-lecture porridge,  herring and ham and eggs were cooked  for breakfast. The porridge was soaked  overnight and turned, with the water  in which it was soaked, into a bag,  ��������� pinned up tightly, laid on the "grid"  and left there for forty minutes.  The herring (bloater) was split and  cleaned, dusted lightly with pepper and  pinned \-p in the bag. When It was  done, it was slipped, whole and hot,  out of the case on to a heated dish.  The directions for preparing ham and  eggs strike me as so odd, that 1 insert  them, entire:,  "���������Place four raslters in tho bag and  set It on the grid in a hot oven. Cook  from four to six minutes. Take the  bag out gently. Cut a square in the  upper side with a pair of clean scissors and drop in the eggs. Cook for  two minutes."  As a rule, however, the bag must not  be opened after it Is laid upon the  "grid" until the time ls up.  "Until the cook is accustomed to the  various times required for different  dishes, she will probably be harassed  bv doubts as to when the dish Is done,"  Is a sentence that expresses the thought  of each practical housewife who reads  of the novel Invention and impending  revolution in the methods of modern  cookery.   We go on:  "She cannot see inside of the bag,  and to rip it open would destroy the  benefits that are secured only by the  closed bag. She will know in three  ways when the food is done.  "1. By following the instructions printed upon each parcel of paper bags.  .   "2/By two or three trials at least.  fork.    The  slight    puncture    will    not  neutralize the benefit of the system." '*������������������  If my readers are aS curious concerning the odd process as I was when 1  began the perusal of literature relating  to it, they will bear with a last and  longer quotation. A competent cook of  the middle class was persuaded to attempt a simple dinner of salmon cutlets, a roast of lamb, with potatoes and  asparagus.  "She didn't believe in these newfangled ideas," she said, quiio simply;  but there was a world of meaning in  the way she said It.  Tho initial difficulty was to make her  comprehend that nothing need accompany the salmon In tho , bag���������neither  water nor butter. She expressed a  pious hope, but not. confidently, that the  fish would not be burned to a cinder..  And only by the greatest self-restraint'  was she able to avoid - flouring th������  lamb before putting the meat into the  bag.  "What is to brown it and where is the  gravy to come from?" she Inquired, reasonably enough. The methods of cooking asparagus and potatoes suggested,  perhaps, the greatest revolution in her  preconceived ideas of cookery. To begin  with, putting water Into a paper bag  seemed a mad notion.  "And when it begins to boil (if it ever  does boil!) it will bust." she said with  conviction.  The narrator takes up the tale, with  the sequel:  "The salmon was perfectly'done���������the  sweetest I ever tasted. It stuck a little  to the paper, and perhaps a little butter  would be an Improvement. The lamb  came out of the oven, after three-quarters of an hour, a beautiful golden  color, with plenty of gravy In the bag-  very thick gravy, to which wate- might  "Use a 'grid.'"  The comparative merits of old and  new methods were not discussed in the  distraction of the mortification wrought  by the discovery���������as the author wittily  puts It���������that the game "had been hung,  not wisely,  but too long!"  The French, always un the alert for  ���������.pretty turns of speech, sometimes set  before us "cotelettes en paplllotes" (cutsets in curl-papers).  ���������* We take it as a matter of course that  the nation which leads the world In culinary science and art should bring to  light the marvelous novelty In cookery  that is just now exciting Londoneis of  all classes to a degree which moves their  Cisatlantic cousins to amused wonder.  It is likewise meet that the father of  the Innovation should be the grandson  of "the great Soyer," the prince of chefs,  whose exploits in his chosen field were  the admiration of a. former generation.  The third In the line Is a genuine artist.  We read how devotion to his profession  no posaesses his soul that he springs  ���������from his bed In tho night watches to  try a new recipe or combination that  has come to his mind, and that his  Inventive genius Is evor vigilant,  The  latest  new   departure  from  the  beaten   track   starred   by   the   achieve-  . ments of his distinguished ancestor and  himself-is heralded by English papers  in   staring   headlines   as   "Paper-Bag  Whole' columns of grave and reverend  sheets are devoted to It. 1 copy from  the Dally Chronicle, a conservative London journal: p  "ln many houses the mistress has to  chcose between having food wasted by  bad coohery and spending hours In the  hot kitchen attending to it herself.,  Paper-bag cookery, puts an end to all  this. :���������"    '���������:  "In the Soyer bags, roasts, stews,  cakes, pastry, vegetables and sweets  may all be cooked in less than half the  time required by the old methods. The  Soyer bag retains all the juices and all  tho nourishment, ' Burning, drying up,  toughening���������are nil impossible. The  roast, the stew or the pie is placed  In Its envelope, closed up and left In  the 'oven for the time mentioned on  the bag, to be taken out, 'done to a turn,'  without nny further trouble, No basting  over a hot oven; no greasy pans or  ovens to wash up. A few browned  paper bags to put Into the flre is all  that Is to be done In the way of clearing up after cooking a dinner of several  courses."  ���������And again:  "One of the chief draw-  First���������It adds greauy to the flavor or  the food..:"  Second���������It preserves its essential nutritive elements.  _ Third���������It does away with the unpleas-  ~ant~fumes~Suen"ding ordinary~~~deokery:���������  Fourth���������It Is   pre-eminently  clean.  Fifth���������It reduces the shrinkage of the  food caused by the ordinary method of  cooking. There Is little or no waste.  , Sixth���������It effects a substantial saving  of .labor, as it dispenses with the need  of many utensils.  ���������Seventh���������It is more economical because it saves time and reduces gas or  coal bills.  Eight!.���������A kitchen in whicn tne paper-  bag system ls adopted will be less liable  to attract mice and other vermin.  Condensing the directions for the use  of the marvelous "envelope" we learn  that they may lie used In the ordinary  coal or gas stove. The oven must be  well heated before the bag and contents  go In, Then the gas should be lowered  to half pressure and kept at that for  the requited time. If coal be used, the  fire must be dampened to produce the  like effect. The bag, no matter what it  may contain, ls closed by a clip or a  safety pin and laid upon what the English paper styles "a grid" of wire set  tn tho oven. We. although a notoriously  busj; and hustling people,  would tako  Soyer's book, in which he tells In %  charmingly colloquial style the several  steps of his enterprise in the direction I  have been describing. He wins our sympathy and coniidonce by confessing  frankly that in his earlier experiments  with- fish and cutlets "en paplllotes"  thoro was "imparled to tlie food tho  flavor of the paper���������a taste.which, for  obvious reasons, is dangerous."  Nothing daunted, he made a bolder  venture. Putting some meat,, vegetable**  und a little, water Into an envelope, ho  laid It upon the Iron shelf of the oven.  "The Inevitable happened. The paper  wntj burned, and noon afterward it exploded "  Concluding that the solid shelf prevented the circulation of air about '.ho  envelope, he next used the wire broiler,  laying the"enveloped meat on tills.  "Tho tood was dellciously tender, bur-  it tasted unmistakably of the paper,  and to serve it was out of the question." Fifteen years luter, still haunted  by the dream of cooking In paper by tho  Hlcum of ,t|u* Inclosed food, he tried a  grease-proof paper of his o\ n Invention.  Kleven dishes cooked in this wny for a.  public banquet were received with favor.J  "We consider," said the judges, "that  M. Soyer has proved that cooking lav  paper Is possible In an ordinary oven oy-  dlrect heat." i  "But," says the culinary gmilue ..nil  true artist, "1 wus still far fioin satis-  fled. Beautifully cookej though they  were, all the eleven dishes tasted of paper, the old trouble. I was now tilled,.-  however, with tlie spirit of conquest,  and 1 determined to settle the matter  once for all."  Thiti he did by co.-sultlng a firm oC  paper manufacturers as to the practicability or making ^ chemically prepared  paper that wov.'d "meet all his requirements." He suggested the chemical ex-  .perimrnts that might accomplish hla  purposes.  "At last,   to   my   great   joy, they in-  ���������  formed   nit  that after  much  dillculty  they had succeeded."  The manufacturers are English and a.  majority of Soyer's exp.jiimonts were,  made in England. He is evidently favorably inclined toward thai country.  He say's, therefore, regretfully:  "English produce, with respect to  flavor and quality, is second to none In  the world, vet tlie English peoole are .  by no means the best fed. They havo  the best material, but- for various reasons the ordinarv cook fails to mako  tho best use of it. Under paper-bag-  cookery, the fact tha* no stew pans,  fryl lg pans, etc., are required, places  the average kitchen maid In a new relation to her wo-k. Lead poison or dirt  from iron cooking vessels ami everything In the way of verdigris arc avoided, and should the j-ystem be universally adopted I believe that the reproach that now rests upon English  cookery will be removed." ,   ���������  Thousands have "taken heart aga...  ^'^���������im-  "Think of a utensilless kitchen I"  "3. By testing the bag. Suppose potatoes or peas are ln It, By pressing  tho linger upon the bag, one may feel  if the contents nre cooked. All cooks  know by a touch whether potatoes are  hard or soft. If the cook be not satisfied,  sho may prick  tho bag with a  be added without diluting It imion beiow  lamb-proof strength. The potatoes were  also perfectly cooked  "The asparagus, however, was not an  unqualified success. Perhaps the time  (thirty-five minutes) wns too short."  I havo seen the advance sheets of M.  THE HOUSEMOTHERS' EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  ���������nilCAVSE of the enormous  f\ number- of lottors sont to  *���������*-* the Exchange, I mutt ask  oontriliutar* to limit Hhetr communications to 100 word*, exoept  in cases of fornijilaa or recipe*  which require greater apace. I  want all my eorrospo-iaeiits to  hawi a thowlnp In the Corner,  and if mv request in thls.imnpect  is complied wiih it iiiVlbe possible ta print main/ more letters.  Attention it called to ihe fact  that Marion norland cannot re-  ���������jcive money for patterns, as she  has no conner/toti wllh any department that tiellt them.  Posts in Furniture  IRWAD with intovost, born of l������������l0,n������J  ..vn. liuiieo. the utter of Mrs. Nwwiy������  w* I Iftoi oik Vu) dcalln*. with lier  ii-iuiM willi tlii* nu-muil^iiiiiiry f uruilu v.  Mliliik I "an u>ll her .iWetliiiiu that will  "'MlVi' Ji'io'hiIVh;.1! V^uuuri ������r.l.cn������|.n. ������iirt  carpotB nntl hnvo them beaten free of  dust. Myriads of unseen eggs will  go with the dust. Next Iny, wrong  side un, in the hottest July or August  Hun ror ten hours, Tho sunshine  would fndo thorn woro the right sldo  exposed. Lay tlicm on tho grass or  upon a barn floor and literally sow  with flno dry Hnlt upon the right side.  Roll thorn up upon tho unit nnd leave  tlioni nlone for three iIii.vh, Bent out  tho salt nnd Iny thorn back upon your  floors aftor deluging thn latter with  friiHolliu' alonfr tho cracks nnd bin*������-  bonrd, Tuck down tho carpet��������� before  tho giiHOlIno evaporates. Salt and  gnsollno nro alike abhorrent to  moths. Tliey will not touch n snltod  cni'pot for years aftor what may bo  cnlled tho "dry corning" or pickling  Ih (lone. \  T know, hnving rescued a moth-ln-  fostod brussels frnm destruction by tlio  simple pronoun deHcrlbed above, It did  duty for ten yean* nrierwnnl nnd wan  novor visited by tho destroyer, Yet  when drugged from the nttlc upon my  return from n Iwn yenn*'��������� residence  iit-roiul, It wns fairly alive with creeping UilrigH nml winged nMirniidors,  Mn lio clean work of every hit of woolen muff In wardrobe and closet, beating  oml sunning for days, Meanwhile, wash  the limbic of ench rcociptnelo with a  mlxturo of gasoline nnd wood alcohol,  wllh a fair blending nf red pepper, It  In a llery (Iohc, nnd If rightly nppllod  will nbnlo tlto- nuisance. Then wrap  every nrllelo not tn bo lined constantly  In nowapnper Inclosing camphor bulla,  nml outside of the papor now non rue cotton cloth.  Kindly, bo on the sharp lookout for  month*- to como for the winged destroy-  em, and you need have no f**ar c-t xi>  successful raid,  tion for the uao indicated!   Put a pound .milk   form   quietly   In   the   dish   from  of silicate of sodn (water-glass) Into a which It Is to ho eaten.   Ah noon uh it is  largo crock or cask and pour over It a "sot" put upon Ice or in the refrigerator  gallon  of  boiling water.    The  "glass" until  luncliepn  time.    Eaten  withi  the  dissolves utterly.   Let It cool nnd pour trimmings I have named  and-for those  over fresh eggs packed In a jar that has  a close lid, Eggs may be collected, day  by day, and added to tho supply, always  keeping them well covered with tno  solution.  One bnd egg- will Hpoil the reHt, Tlm  solution Ib a preservative, not a restorative, No ogg should bo over a week  old whon It goes under the liquid,  Eggs mny bo preserved In thia way for  many weeks.  Cottage Cheese  lieli-hts,   I.ot'l<"  lieln.d by thin letter.  .tf*    w    xt.   /Bmittiern  villi*. K:'.*.  tiiic will fn: Ulji.-d hi fiber waye thnn  by the removal of tho pouts, Tt Htrongtliens heart nnd body In l"K������w thnt ono  hou sympnthotlo well-wishers who tnko  tho trouble to uresorlbe for hor troubio,  For Dripping Candles  a,  __,., ....jut  ,   _ .....     holders.-  There eire nn the market every-  ������>tn������!.i>    cix>v*i!m    rlVnlprlni'ii -Htlli.    iHf-lin    (if  J In  .   , ,, , ,, ., t  I. ,*   I" /..,.,.,.  If.-'fht  Anu whllo upon the subject of Invaliding vermin, hear another cry from thft  llOUBCholdl  i ihu willy annoyed by inotlu.   I..htv9  Tml evervililnii I could think of,  ���������uccmw,    K liul I v ink Hi rou nil the  ft*  i uni nullv annoyed, by iiiiiiup.   ���������.���������������������������-.w  ttUHl evervililnii I could think of, w limit  xata,    Kindly ink lluouiili the valu  chanurci If any pn������ can t.T) mt ,wlmt  tttlnlv rid my, iiijiim of tho niil������i*iwi.    .  ey nsve ruined my cnri-fts; tliey sot  ........... .-         --.        j^y  viiiuable  want will  lm"6 my wardrobe una elnteti *n,l . .  htvm* Willi uverytlilnif Tn my home that I*  aval sblo for theirjiuriiows,  nnnr-TiiT ti. iheulfvlile, Kyi.  To beg!a the campaign, take uu tho  H.  M.  fl,   llltllYnlo, N.  Y.)  In In n  illlll-  culty i-bout dripping candles and cui-hIam  lifer      '*       --"- " "'"  "  ItiVii  Shut plain itml cm,, with h hole in the  i-<.t*ti'r- to lit nvmmrt (lie ennille. Tlii'V lire  tiiuoiti-pU'Uiiim Him nu not nun tin.' umRur-  nni'ii of Uio enndlpetlnk,1. There In nlno n,  rtrlploM candle, so hollowed that nil rirln-  plnui" (lew Into the cavllv, nnt cm the  iiumiile, However, tliu illuku will,help her,  t irnow.  A I.OVIlin OK BOOT CANDI.EI.inilT  (ChleiiKo),  TI.c "ul^l.*v" m.c rtO.^ ;;.u*vi' t..c u^uic  of "windle.aoucf'rs" nnd "bnubechiw,"  Thoy mny be had nt nil china shops.  "Wat~Gl<issn  May I ask you to -enpliiin the t*rm  "waler������sla������i" u������i*d In your article upon  preservltiK i-riti?  I nl-miiM nf#n like in Itnnw hew Ilie hi.  lutlmi le proj.ftri-d?  ,T, IX I). (Villa drove, III,),  "Wnler-glaRi" i������ the common nnm/> of  silicate of soda,   To prepare the eolu-  In look In k over nn old copy of the Exchange, I notleo a mul im tor Dutch or  cottaKO chueeu.  It pum mo fcolitiKly in mind of a fllt-h  wo uhoiI to eut at homo In Vlurhla when we  Wero clilliliun, I drop Important IjimlnninV"  namely, the timk or cluiimnK up anil clear-  ins eut uacumtiliitod pupei-ii, etc���������to toll  fi'lli)w-lioiimil(ci*|ii*rii nbout It.  "ClaMicroil" milk wuu iklmimul ami hunt;  up In ohoom-ctoth to drip, and drain. It was  then served wllh mmi'r mul a diiHt of nutmeg, and sweet cream wiih poured ovor It.  . Uo not allow llm curd to ilraln until It Ih  hard, for It I* Hum touuli, We liked It  with hoineiimiln lirorfd umi Inimomuile bill-  tor.       C'AIIOMNK! M, (llarnu-ivllle, (la.),  Iii what wuh Ihon tho "Valley of Virginia" ami Ih now "Went Virginia," I  leumed (lfty-odd yaurH ago to oat and  Mho your tll-Hi umler the ugly name of  "miieat'cnHO." Tho term waa undoubtedly a perversion of a Dutch word or  words���������or porhapH of a flcrmon, The  thing wan ho good In Itself that we forgot tho tinniu.  Tho best oroum or cottage cIioobo thut  come/* io my table Ih hnmnmado. Wn  wntch sour milk until It Iuih Just fairly  "lopnoroa" (or, as HOiithornorH .iny,  "eliibbi-reil"), Am Noon mh It Iiiih formed  Into what looks like blane mango, ami  without wnllln-r for It to got mora nold  or to urniuiliito ami sopnrnte from the  whny, we hang It up In a oli������eMoc|ot,h  bug uiiu leave U lo urip lor iwo nuum  without tnuehlnr*; the ban, It 1* thon  turned Into a chilled bowl and worked  Into a pat with a little rich croiim���������  euough to make a uoft pn-iio, Now It  goes upon the ko,  It Is colon at luncheon with hot  cracks���������, butterod, and gooseberry,  raHpberry or strawberry Jam.  working Into the paste ilnely minced  nllveM, ami eaten an an accompaniment  to salad und crackers,  ,���������,__,  Or again, U mukcx delightful sand-  wlchon, In this capacity It Is salted nml  peppered, The olive ami cream cheene  ���������'blend" Is particularly nice for lilllng  wirulwlche.i. .    .,  We urn fond of loppered milk au nature!. That is, iindraltwtil and accompanied hy powdered sugar and crenm,  it Is, tn mv fanny, more palatable thnn  blano  mango  or Junket.    Let souring  who llko It-a dash of nutmog, It ls refreshing, pleasant to tnatc nnd very  wholosomo nnd nourlnhlng. Never throw  away a cupful of milk thnt Is "on the  turn." Let it turn entirely and to good  purpose.  Endive and Kohlrabi  What are ������������������nillve and kohlrabi, and how  are they prepared for table like /  11.   U. C.  (iJingfoid,  S.  D.).  Endive Ih u well-known naiad, some-  Union called "succory." It Iiiih long  taper loaves growing upward and closely  togellior from a white, llcuhy root U  In us white iih celery und more delicti to  of llnvor than lettuce. It Is served crisp  nnd row, with French drumlng, or combined with other plnnlo or with fruUh  Into n more eliiuorute iIIkIi dre������8ud with  niityonniilHe, _   (.  JCohlrnhl belnngH to Ihe cabbage film-  Ily, with n Hiiinrt ciuhh uf ihu turnip.  Indeed, It Is culled by nomo "a turnlp-  cnlibngc," The edible part is biilboiiH  and Kiowa above ground. The leuyea  may  111'cwlne  be eutt-n,  but  tew Hko  Boiled Kohlrabi  Cut the leaves from the bulb nml wuhIi  UiIh IiihI well. Cut Into aunrtera and  Imll tender, Twenty-live mlnutea should  do this tf Ihe v<getnblo be fresh. Ura n:  suit nnd pepper to tasto and servo with  drawn butter.         Classified Recipes  In tho lirst svulliiliU; Ikhuii ui* yuur lis-  iiiin-e kindly snswtr Hie follow big oiierlesi  I am arrliimltis ������ ,fll������' ������f reofpes taken  frnm veur Cormr, mn   ani al a loi.s where  tn nliice those  I edtiiuw, belowi  Mi-cnrnni    nr    niiighelil.    mlnee _me'U.  eh.  Iieripers,  ni"---  iirimex,    inini|il<  Mae  cwOBnr."eaUe'''nl'liri������ii. tiuck"wlii*ai-eiiljes.  itrti A.  II. <-'.  (New  York city).  iiiucmolll,  fl-i'l'i-'-   "���������;"  ,i,"!..ii!f- a-   '������]*������  claHHod   with   vegetables;  pruneH   with  IItlllb,  Cutu.iliUt  il,  ,i  u������(,   liut  IX jii'h'<*  be slipped Into the fruit column, If you  like, Pumpkin anil mince meat are used  for pier, ilone, nud fall Into that line.  Cnke fllllngi- belong to tlio cnke list,  nntl buckwheat cukes come under tlm  bond of Mentis,       n  Wii tmnv mil mmn von now nnd then  to iiHslm ii* in finding some recipes you  have saved and classified nnd others  have lost. It Is a compliment to our  Corner Hint you aro taking so much  troubio to prenerve systematically tlio  formulas we have had lhe pleasure uf  laying before our well-beloved house-  mothers,  nnd I am anxious tc have It, Maybe the  person who sent It In would do u������ the  like favor again. I urn myself an TCnKlliili-  wnmnn. Please Insert UiIh in next Sunday's  paper, If doerUiIu, Mm, W, (Los Angelcu),  It Is nover practicable to lnwert nny-  >thlng "next Sunday," The batch of let-  terH forwarded to tne from the newspaper office dues not fall Into my hands In  peiiHon to permit this, And the number  of IcttorH preclude') the portability o| iin-  Hworlng one-tweiuieth of them by lhe  next mail. Every one in rend and tho  contents aro carefully noted. Thouo  which are to bu answered through tin-  Corner or the Hxchangt* nre uss-uited In  the order nf receipt, nud ench coiiich  around In turn for consideration,  I !*M Ihet-'o tilings down to sMtlsfy vou  nnd a ncoro of other** thnt necessity, not  partiality, governs the tlmo of publlci-  iliin,  Now, ns to the ineltnn-inowbrny ple������,  I hnve a recipe of my own, which Is not  thnt to which you refer, I am therefore  obliged to pass nlong your i-winest to  tlio donor of the formula Hint appeared  "somo months ago," When we get It  you Hhnll have It.  Bahn nu Rhum  I hnslon to send ynu roclpn for "Imhn nu  rhum," asked for by a correspuaillriK uh-iu-  Inr nf tho Kxcluinjtn.t ��������� '  Bnhn nu Rhum or Wine Cnke  One mul n Irilr [inmidH of flour, 5 oiiihiii  nf butter. I vriim enke, I ounce ������f miiinr,  f, run nf warm milk, I ckkk, gruteil peel  of half u lemon,  niKunhd I Im yeaiil cnke in Ilie milk, As  t-fxiii tii It Ih iIihhiIvciI iniii half a cup nf  (lour and etlr It In well. KM indite milII tho  mum-re In llulil. While II In rlMlim. iiimIi tin,  butler nnd bent t'ltgi mid susar tn u creain,  Add li'innn ami vpn'iire ami xllr all tiiKH'ii'r  for li*ll mlnutee, Add the rent nf tin* llour  nnd Mir in a nlre panto, If vou like, you  may ������Hr In u hninlful nf eli-iineil ciiiraiiiH  ���������Iredsi'il  with r]i*iir.   Mix  them In well.  Mutter n mold or one lurim ring; nil It  hnlf full wllh the iIhiikIi. n-i In n wm in  lilniii and let It rim.' to the ton of ihu  timid.  link'' In  n  inmlerate oven until done,  AH "fi'iri lis ll Ik removed frnni the mollis  nr Ilu. rlni. tinll n rnnfiil nf ���������nii.nr 'n tinlf  li nil'ful of Willi i two iiiiiiiji. h; itihl u  fiinfiil nf ������herrv and nonr u few miooii-  ini������ nt  Uili ������>ii.|' nm  , ,,i li i ������������f,  I luive trie.) hnnl in wrlle It ilnwn Just  an It should he minl������, ,������������������,....  M, N. ll'hlladrl-ihli-),  Wn cnngratulntfi you upon your mio-  cosh, and thnnk you for a rttclpc wo have  been Inoklng for n lung time.  1 have often eaten wine cake which  iniiRi have iiti-ii inline uientuiiig io your  rule.  Leather Cake  ������'i  Wants. English Via  Kindly  mnwlir.iy-m.'  repeat  in-H..n   \ii<-  limitr tome monlhi Sfo  the   rerlpi    for   Knillsh  !.���������>. Ihni  lift. ,i. ,1 in c nr  I huvi' lout iiilni-  Please let me have n reelpe for'leather  f'ukc. I think It li made hy flrnt l.inwn-  Iiik  the  vtiKur. A.   M    I,.   <('hli'i*so).  Unless you mean caramel cake, for  which n recipe was lately primed, I  mum refer the request, I know nothing of leather cake, by that name, I  have o-ien some that mlitht have borne  the title truthfully!  Tho bap is closed by a clip.1  through hearing tho history of Pallssy  the Pol tor, The end for which Soyer  strove may hcciti Iw-h dignified lo tjio  Hchokir and art lover. It may nicirn���������  'im ho dieaniH���������i iii:ini.ip.it:on fur eoolc  and mlHtrcHH from the mont disagreeable purl of their proluaslon. It U iny  duly ami pl.'iisurc io knep my fellow  workers apprised of wliaie\er may  lighten drudgery and develop the best  qualities In our daily food. We owo  much to tho MrelcsH cuuker, of which  none of us had heard ten yearn ago.  Our daughters may revel nisi rest In a.  utciiHlllcHH kitchen.  A fanciful writer H;ih declared tlio  PxlHtcn-'n of the ladybird, nll.-iH the rono-  beeilo, the beau jdcsi ol slnipllclty unit  pHtlietlclHrn.  "Thlnli of the joy / nleeijlr.i* under  the moon In the perfumed heart of n,  tono, anil next morning, without iitlrrlmr  frnm her l..id, fiillltix to work nnd eating up her bodcovorn for breakfast!"  hi- *:lr,h.v  Think of having no kcttlen, double  bollf-i'H, frying pium and urhlilleg to  wnuli, no dlshpnnf- and dlslilowclo, na  iilngKi-d HlnliH, no reinliilsueiit odors  of (ioiwl-iimi-gone dlrniern to liuuiii the  hnllH ami iiiiiwliig i-noiii, no ni-urched  fiii-ON and redileneil hands, no bills for  kllclion plniilnliliig!  No denning of put closets nnd llndliw  t iihty and gi-enii'-i-oiiti'd ve.j.m.iH tucked  nwny by Ilie Iiiicm cook! Ono row of  elii'H-i'H In Die paiitry Tor paper ImgH of  niiMii'leil sIzeM, pi'illy labeled with  minimi uf predestined enntcntn nnil tlio  limn for rooking, wnulil leave lots or  room for tallies, (*liiilr������ and boolin and  for human IniimteH ivho now citiinol ntlr  wllliout cure, U-M the nwl������lt of n skirt  or swing of nn anu nuiy bring down a  rlnitnrlng iivnliineliu, from shelf and  corner,  These are feuturen in Hover dronma,  Hhnll wo ever net* their fulltrimont?  Cement That Sticks  HUIUu is ft cement that will stick  wi iiuyi'i.iY.ni .di^ fi.ji in-;  Take two ciunei'M of elenr gum  .irablc, ono mid one-liart ounces of  line stuich ami liult an ounce ur. whlto  nu gar.  Itednee the gum nrnblc to powder  iniii iIIhmoIvi' It In uh iiiucli water nu It  v.i..t.i,  v.<������.������.   Ui   .,,.*,.,:  vim:   .Un',  ������...,v- i.-ii  oii iii t'H nf Ht.ircli lit to um'. IjUhoIvo  the slai'ili nnil KiiKur In tlm gum solution; I lien put tin* mixture In a vnnsel,  nml pluiiKe tills vchhi'I In bulling  wmer, allowing It to remain until the  stnicli In.'omen clear.  The cement Hhould be as thick ns  <nr, and nhouid remain no. It cnn bo  l.ept from spoiling by dropping tn a  lump nl gum --uiiphor or u lliilf nil  of sassafras or cloves. It will hold  Kl������*rd surfaces, r������>"k������, minerals, etc.,  iii (vi.lly,  J  I ��������������� liy ���������* % -������������������_���������*.'*���������  THE NEWS, CTOIBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ��������� ^gaawtmaMatimiaaaait  I *mmmWmmZmmjX3B&-aL  THE FURNITURE STORE  BLANKETS  AN  COMFORTERS  IRE  White and Grey  Blanket.  Flannelette Sheets  all sizes.  m\-aan,amarm Hnmaswuawa  MMUJ  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  Wool .md Down, Comforters, Pillows and  Pillow Cases.    We can supply everything  to make your bed comfortable.      A   full,  stock of Furniture alwavs on hand.  A. McKXNNON McPhee Block, Cumberland  . immmmmixsrtraaaHamVL  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  tailor made   suits  FROM   ������20.00   TO ������35,00..  Cleaning  and Pressing.  done at  Reasonable Prices.  ���������a  8  I  S*J^������������SX������)^3Xs>������>X������'^^  s Bicycle  fl. flakanishi, Pt^op.  Phone 52  Cumberland B.C.  ��������� ������������������smirJ g  a mmmwtmm  COMMUNICATIONS.  Niloc WkhoSby's Musings  What the future will decide  about Premier McBride.���������what  place will be assigned him by the  slow but sure balancing of time,  it is hard to tell. Were we to go  by the decision of his supporters,  his bust would be moulded in  gold and placed in the first niche  in the'Canadian Hall of Fame.  While his opponents would have  us believe that the glare of cen ,  furies, yes, even a few years, will.  . dissolve him as the sun melts the  snowman, leaving nothing but a  battered hat aud two lump's of  coal that had served their turn for  eyes. The writer neither sees iii  him an idol with a head of gold,  as his supporters see; nor an idol  .with feet of clay, as his opponents  see. The wriler. were he in a  position ro erect a monument .in,  a substance signifying what in his  mind were his qualifications and  his   lasting   ability   in ;history,  -wotvl-d-chooser���������to-cast-him-nr  aluminum, He has shown a  certain brilliancy which does not  rank him as a luminary of the  first magnitude. He has also ex  hibited from time to time a light  uess, that indicated the sandbags  had been dispensed with, and  that he was in the air'for keeps.'  Nor has he been without evidence  of hardness, yet it did not range  with tlie adamantine diamond,  but could be carved on at will by  his followers arid friends. The  durability of his ability will depend solely on the nature of the  climacteric conditions; but in any  case its life is not guaranteed to  on'live the present generation,  There has been a tendency on  the part of some of the people ol  Cumberland to resent anything  that is written with any stronger  expression than would be found  in a Sunday School chionio text  card. They want to eat angel  cake and niarshuiallows all the  the time,' aud handle nothing  heavier than toy-balloons and  leal hers to tickle themselves  with. When the 'Midnight Phil  osopher' wrote with more midnight, darkness than philosophi  cal insight on one occasion, he  threw this community into a  ������������������Cauiption" fit, and when tlie  editor of lhe News also indulged  in dishing up some devilled crab,  ii looked as if everybody bul the  two parties Interested needed a  #>od injection of morphine to  still their nervous agitation. It  .seems lo me that .such little out-  bursts are essential. They are  '"tl'*-f-y valve*. Did they ;;o't u\,m,.  ���������J'.' .uu) )���������;���������>.*. their licuvl.s uiT uuee  in a while there would be an explosion that would ui.-iko Ihe one  of three years ago loulc like the  bursting of a cookie.  Did you ever see evidence or  indications of men'al St. Vitus'  Dance? Watch the. editorial column of your P'i''!rni[">";lp\       :\  riend of niiii'..* I mi* t <>-.i ���������,,!,* st>���������������������������('t  a*mj*\*i***^a������vr4tmj0m^^ i-**************^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  Local agent for  Cleveland, Massey-Hartis  and Perfect bicycles.  $3 98 at Eaton's, so I asked him  what made him look at his  "ticker', so often. "I'll tell you,"  he said, below his breath, (which  smelled.as it its owner had taken  something to sharpen his wit),  -'it's like this: everything else  around here seems to have  stopped, and I'm scared to deaih  hat this (and he waved it up and  down as if to give it more velocity) here watch will do likewise."  "What if it did?" l asked.  My friend tapped his forehead  with his forefinger;-then .with the  aforesaid finger described vaiious  sized revolutions in the air. His  meaning was too obvious to need  articulation.  It is said that a prisoner, re  cently on trial, who claimed to  be an old deckhand* on one oljthe  Fall River (New York) boats,  when he saw our policemen in  uuiform in the court house, imagined he was on board a steamer; and on the injunction being  giveu for '-Order in the com'* !'  yelled out "AH ashore that's goin'  ashore."  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  ���������'���������w.iiA^*'^'-**^ *>v^������^MMvv%,������cfl>i<^������^ai  DO MOVING PICTURES  INJURE THE EYES?  At a recent meeting of the  New York State Medical Board  the question: "Does the moving  pictures hurt the eyes?'' was discussed at great length. Some of  the most eminent eye specialists  were present, and it was discovered that in most places where  the people were affected with the  -'picture eye" is in obsolete places  where they do not have the ap  pliauces. Dr. Uinswanger, the  great German specialist, stated  that where what is known as low  frequency alternating current is  used, the eyes ate aflecled with an  itching sensation, similar to that  experienced by a person facing a  very hard wind storm, After a  person looks at two or three reels  ol film the vision becomes blurred  mid the picture appears to have a  creepy appearance.  By the use of direct current  the picture'shows up much clear  er, producing a soft, white and  steady light most pleasing to the  e \ e.  A literary and debating society  has been formed iu Courtenay,  tinder the leadership of the  "Silver-tongued Wind-jammer,"  (as Geo. Ade says), Colin Campbell, who has succeeded iu gelling  together a large number who are  desirous of developing the gray  matter in their crauiuins, together with tlie muscles of the  Iu'iau jaw. Tiie hocieiy promises  to be a great .success. It starts  off with a debate on the advisability of Courtenay incorporating  ns a citv. \W mi-nit fli-vr*!''*:*  men Is, and we hope we shall have  an invasion of Courtenay orators  in Cumberland seeking i!i<-scalps  of some of'our budding * Pit;.*;,'  and 'Ciii.t'.iiiiins.'  Xmas Presents  A Stock of oyer  to Select From  INGS, DIAMONDS,'  WATCHES, FOBS, PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVERWARE,   LOCKETS, BROOCHES.  BERT  ASTON  THE JEWEL BOX   'Dunsmuir Ave., Next to Tarbkij/s Store.  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  I Guns, Etc., Etc.  \ Plumbing Done.  jS   Bicycles for Sale  k and Hire.  \-\  0  (?) P.O. Box -*6o Telephone 7-0 (*j  (a) ������ ^ ' Q  <���������> . $  ������<sXS������������������e*^^ @������GXS>������������<a8^  *\MV>t/ir\f*\>^^  If you want Cheapest and Best patronise���������  K. ABE & Co.  No, 5 Japanksic Town.  Fine Groceries, Dry Gooes,  Candy, Fruits, Etc., Etc.  I have 3 fine Baths, complete, white enamelled ware, good quality, cost ������45.00 each,  Now $35.00 each  I  *Ar>m**At*i/W>^^  ^\Vl!IIIWIIllllllllllillllllll!!l!IIIW . %  g  Capital $6,200,000.  Reserve $7,200,000  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.   |  I DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL |  ���������J ' OVER   THE    WORLD. |  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid lo SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest |  1 at highest Current Rales allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards,    g  1 CUMBERLAND, B. C, Branch, Open Daily.                         ,|  g UNION WHARF, B, C,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays            ������  I D. M. MORRISON, Manager. |  I COURTENAY,   B.C,    Branch,    Open Daily. I  I WM. HOFP, Manager. j  %JIIIII!lllllli:il!ll||||llllllllilllllllll!ll!l!ili:i^  >i&T*i!!!ix!*jL-immtei3amesrmK  ''j>__5______*aH_fj_-?_^*-J!ffl'!  .pillllUlllllllillllllllltM^^  i  Money doesn't grow in your pockets*  but. it will grow and grow rapidly,���������  IF VOU INVEST NOW in one  or more of "the Northwest towns that  are due to become cities in the near  future.     A postcard brings Full Information.  D.   FORDE.   COURTENAY, B.C.  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLI   ITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  dunsmuir avenue;  CUMBERLAND,  !:������.uiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii  NOTICE is Iiereby given that on the  lirst day of Deixniber next applii'ilion  will be int'le to the Siipi-mHerulent of  Provincial Police Jor 11 hotel liconse to  sell liquor** bv retail in and upon the  premises known a** the New Motel Heriot, situated on Lot 42 .Subdivision of  Lots Northeast <|Uiirter of Lot 216 lier-  i'tt Uiy, Say ami il District, Province of  llritish Coluinbii.  II. A.IlUU..  Dated Novcitibe'rssnd, 1911.  8  COAL COAL COAL  \Vu regret that owing to tlio  lioavy fall of snow of tho past two  wool**-, wo wore unable* to liil orders for conl   us   promptly us  wn  wnulil   li'ivn k-ij1||iiI       Wi<    vnulil  I'cijui'.-'t tb.-l .*))) nj'iJrr.s fi.iy ci.');) It-  placed lit OIICC,    HO   118    tO    IWblll'l'  prompt tlolivory,  CL'Mi������KKi<ANr- Liviutv Staiii.ks  Ci.mi'ticr ������fc. Kjukmui-k,   Props  <>'.i '.,!.*.  oil!  Nh nr  .rni!-^'.-  Mr  H  ���������  I.l-l HI  ',1   I'M  \  UIU  liy   tli  in*, i'r.  .'i.u.     lietlld lifyt sceill  lo be ill  any hurry to get away, nor did  it���������ihe watch - show any indication   of  co-sting anv more than  II*!  Illip.dVfllll"!  iii'i'.-i 111 ������i*k nn������ la.-f  iil*.-:iuii.  -i uli    tin*    l!������i-  iii'-ii'bn' i-i-rn-  Methodist   Church  LAOIfS   AID  BANQUET and CONCERT  mm  Thursday, Koy, 30  Cantata    "A   TRIP  TO KUROPr."  VICTOUIA LAND  DISTRICT  District ol! Sayward.  TARE notice tlmt Goorpjo llonry Wont of Viincoiivi'i-, H."C, o<5  cupiition Fish Merclmnt, iiiloiidn  to apply for permission to pnr-  elniKf' tlio follovviiig dosenliod  IuikIh:--Ci.iniiiii,ii(.,iii(_; at a pofit  plantud at llio N, W. cornor of  Lot 4 I), L;JHI) tlioni'i! East alonjr  llio Hiii'voy lino 40 elmitifi, tlionoo  North 20 ohaims thenoo Wohl, -10  o.hiiln-i, llienoe Smith along tlio  luko hIioi'o 20 clinins, and contain  ing 80 iioi'os, \  GKOKGK HlvNHY WliS'f,  Applicant,  .paled NovmiihopSlbt, UU1.  COMBERlvAND  ,_*~v a ir>T_S __,   \t. BOfiO^fl  rjUholesale Dealer in WlftES, WQUOR & BEEl^  P. 0, BOX 482  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spring in the history of Comox  District that the local demand for. egos has been  equal to the supply. Nothing pays better than"  poultry, if they are rightly managed. Begin  with the little Yellows und'feed them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of bone meal, wheat,  oats, corn and othor grain, cut and blended in  the right proportion to make them thrive and  grow,    For sale by  ,*   -, - Courtenay, B.  DEALER IN ELOUli AND KEED,  KEBESZE  1TS28BBBSS3  m%!2!LWB!SZXlm  vwaMMsiuwntni'sjf y_fr7iWmVmi!Mmsitt*aVKJ tPt\ xptnoxy *KitiiiiiUNniwiwvjunv 1^.  Im-mmmirmwmaimiX hMmmattaTtx-Umod* Vy-y jtoaaaiii famwiMtrwiiiiiiiiWrm ^nv  Under uevr- nianagenieut this  pojinlar place of refreshment  is being renovated and enlarged to accomodate the  ::icrc-a:.-;ing   number   of    i!:;  jllll Mil)!*..  JACK & RICHARDS  I'tipiiotor*-,  T-   ttrfyf r*  enidnesforacent {j|  From one-tenth lo one-filth canti per  mile cover* lhe coil of operaling a  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  MOTORCYCLE  Tt.fi   m'.l.ml^i.f  tmlVmtt  Thii muchine it nlwnyi ready for a  hurry-untrip or a pleaiuro run. Will do  the road work ol 3 liortea. No expenia  when idle, We would like to tell you  mora about the greatcit iport in the  world.  Come in end ice ut.  TII0S. PUMLEY,  D������ Ai.i;i'i,       VlcroniA. H.C.  f^J '���������If you ������fl i   at l .tmi-^'h U .*. Al.l. RIGHT."  sS, v a ' XVo Bn lt-'v,|i,'i*������������'  X..V? *wowwww������**r'������wjf ^���������amtrma**m%mriny_m^'tmmifrj  "**i &jmwximum*nwiMm\ mxSm.-i*^w^iVmit*X\J' Jkautm.hiXft.-tmi.v.i-.t^mai  t  I

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