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Array I  ��������� ������������������   /  '- *���������    '! /  fi    *  //  m  ^ *-W^x  [Ml  ?*���������*���������*}, ���������.-������������������j  THE  -r/;  ii  RLAND  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests  of Comox District.  The News, Nineteenth, Year.  CUMBERLAND; B. C,    TUESDAY,   SEPT.   19th, :9n  ������������������    -'        :ft' ������������������  .     ..;. ���������    c ���������  Subscription f. 1.00 a Year  The Store  of Quality  The Stop.e  Of Quality  THE BIG STOR.E  >'**r^^-*������*a^uaS^**4*u������m mtmtatyimta  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  THE CORNFR STORE  on Thursday, Sept. 21  An immense showing* of the latest  models for Fall of Ladies' Ready-*to  wear ane Trimmed  Hats.  1  Everyone is cordially invited to visit  our show rooms.  Furnitufe and Household  FOB   OUR  GREAT'  V*Ken*.*t.*r^at--r.aa^y^iffl^t*fmmly.i  SplcridiJsliovving  of   Ladies'   Fall  Coats and Skirts.  Simbri Leiset & Co., tfdl  Dunsmuir Ave.,    . Cumberlancl.  Baths >  lavatories,  Plumbing &  Plunibing  $  T.E. U,ate, Cumberland,  r^i>*ij������?������ts  i.'Sv  FOB   PAY-DAY,  AND  WEEK FOLLOWING  J. N. McLEOO, ���������  Dunsmuir Ave.  ���������timber/and  THE CONFLICT  A Gran.] Picture Acted by the Reli-  , ance All-Star Stock Company.  Spurred by h wonderful vision  <ii' Christ and Magdalene the good  priest, descends into tlio (ii'pilii- of  tlie underworld, *mi limingderision  anil physical violence, hut is ro-  w .rdod at Inst by success in Redeem  big flics ml uf a misguLed.yvomnn.  Tho depiction of tho triiiinpli of  virtue it* ui"st impro-isivo as the  erring w.>nian renounces tlitt world  ������o king to lilot. out tho pa*t hy pen  itoncu 'tinJ tho niituoi'ity.of a nun's  lifo within tho ��������� calm seclusion of n  c invent. Tlio taking of tlio veil  presents 11 dramatic situation  which will movo tlio most blase  iiudioncu. Dining thin (llm Mi������������  Jtcynobls will sing "Tlio Kosary,''  Thin picture will bo shown on  Wednesday and Thursday nights,  Locals.  W. tl. Courd tho export piano  tuner, will arrivo from Vancouver  nbout tho ond of September or the  begin 11 iug, of * October. llosorvo  your orders for bim.  Dr. D. E. Kerr, deutist, will be  iu Cumberland nu mid after September llltli.  CHALLENGE,  f heieby challenge  anyon"-*   in  Cumherlaiid uf my.size add weight  toa   wrestling   match,   cntuh -:������e-  catch-can,  J. W. GoWLAND,  -������-  We known gentleman in town,  who got so excited over the coining eleetion and is so Kino thai  Hobs will come out on top, that  ho lost his pants.  Friday's mail bv S..S. Cowich**  a - *      ���������  an will arrive tit 12 noon and close  at 4 80 }i m.  ANOTHER MAIL SERVICE  R M. Coulter, Deputy-Post-  inasier-Geueral, telegraphed Mr  Duncan Ross to the effect that  theSS. Cowicban would iu future carry the mails twice a  week, instead,of once a week as  heretofore. This will give us a  service of FIVE MAILS' PER  WEEK.  ���������1 /,  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  _ S1R_EDMUND_-WALKER.,C.V.0.VLLD.TD.C.UTPREM,ENT-"^^���������  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaqcr  CAPITAL. - $ 10,000,000  REST, - .$8,000,000  Dr. Kerr loaves today for Vic  toria, returning on Saturday, and  thereafter remaining only one  weuk in Cumberland,  Mrs,- '���������'Kr.nnk   llnmsny   left, by  Sunday's boat for Vancouver,  "    . ��������� ���������  0   ���������   *���������' ��������� '  POIl SALE���������horse, buggy and  harness, cheap Apply L*. A,  Mounce, Cumberland, 11. O,  ANOTI1EU OLD TIMER  GONE.  Mr.   ilaineH   Grant  and   MIhh  Leu.** ILigm**-. sum*..-, munied at. JSu-  niiiino, on Monday last, Mr,  Grant and bride will proceed cant  as far as Montreal, where Mr.  Grunt will resume his studios at  McGill University.  Mr, John Slow-nil mid family  loft the city 011 Tuesday last.  Mrs. Stewart, and children will)  upend the winter in California,  Mr, Stewart remaining iti1 Vancouver for tbe protein.  MrG U Aston is removing nt  tho end of the month to more com-  mod ions quarters next to Me I,cod's  candy store, where he will be id ilo  to die piny his largo nnd np.to.dalp  stock of watches nnd jewelery.  The output of coal from local  mines for tho month of August  was '11,(110 tons.  COAST: LA N I) 1M HTUI ST.  OiMriol of Const.  takk NOTi'-KthnJ Daviiboii Ward  Co,, Ltd., of Loughborn Inlet, occu-  imiion lunibarman, inlei,d to aiu.lv  inr 1 orniif-.-i-'ii lo purohn*-'- the fnl*  lowingdfHciilmd-lamb: Conum/no-  int������nt 11 *������o������i 1 bm'od on' ino ������ooib  nido of Huidwick Island about 20  clininu from idierc, ihmicp on the  ���������j'jint . bouminrv   line, of loam lo'  nmrkoil n(> II K M; thonco north li()  chain*. '' nnce010*1 20 clininu tlifnei-  north   ti*������  onniiw,   thonco eimi ,������>0  chnbi*.    Ik nco  youth  *10 clininc.  ihmco wi-ntM) nhaiiiM, huok lo f*l ���������*)<-���������'  i i*,oiiiiiiiMici*mmi, containing IfO  oro������ mo-* or Ice**,  n,4vm.������i*v W,\m>Vn,. Ltd.  V S U'urd, u({ont  Dated ArtgusllO, 1911,  Shortly alter tlie meeting hold  iu tho Cumberland Hall on Sept,  14th, on bT i.'iir old-timors wont to  his long rest, Uo was 11 cantankerous old brute, hut faithful to  his irieuds. Uo wiu iu thu hull 11  few ininutort beforo his d:\ith,  No postmortem was held on thf-  body, as tho cause of death was  palpable to all his friends who saw  him slnggor from tlio hull. IIi'k  end (tail end) was peaceful and  painless Ilo recovered concious.  ness towanl the lust, and faintly  iiiuiuiired JJow How. I'nor old  Togo, the pet of the Cuuiheilnnd  Ilolol, hewill bo sorely missed,  Do not forget-Great Hargains  iu Moil's Clolhing fur two weokfi  at The IligSture,  A-'meeting will bo held  iti   the  Council   Cbauibers    on'  Suhchiy  night, 24-ih inst, nt   8.80 o'clock;  for the purpose nf   organizing   a  Choral  Society.    All   l-alieh and  gentlemen intercsled  in  singing,  are invited to   attend.    Witli the  splendid talont, Ihat wn   have   in  thii little town, a society like tins,  is euro to he a hiiccess.  On Thursday hint, one of Min  to's fairest (laughters, Miss Mabel  White, second daughter of Mr,  nud Mrs. W.C, While, wild united  in ninrrk'ge to Mr. Thos. llohin-  son of this ciiy, Kev, 11. C. Kree.  man of Grace Methodist church  performed the ceremony.  Vancouver doieated Now West-  minster at lucrosso on Saturday  iast, by a score of (1���������2, thereby  winning the Miuto Cup.   ' m" -!��������� '  Pythian Sisters intend celebrating tin ir lifth anniversary with 11  ball und'supper on October [list,  Particulars Inter.  ������������������������-  Moii'H Clothing at  Actual Cost  1-vif-e nt The Mig Store.    A .plan  did chmiLv l" iiviiui't} mi uii tu %lulv  suit at a low price.  Poll opens nt 'J 11, in. ami closes  at D p. 111, sharp,    -4 ���������mm- ���������-���������a  Everything points   to   a   great  Liberal victory on the 21st,  THE SAVINGS BANK,DgJPARTMENT  of The Canadian'Bnnlc of Commerce will receive deposits of $1 and  upwards, on'wbich.-interef't is allowed'at current rates;,- There is no  dtfiay in withdrnwing- 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 mcucy  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  his wifo, or for others depending- upon him, in the event of his death.  CUWBKBLAND BRANCH W. T.  WHITE,   Mnn*-po!  ~ SAD FATALITY  ��������� .,*���������������,  Joseph Langi, n native, of Ttuly,  aged BO years, Vvas killed by u fail  of roek at N������>. 7 mine on Mimdfty  in-irniiig. The funeral took plitcn  on Tuesday, froin.'hie lute residence  Winderiuero avenue, to tlio Cumherlaiid cemetery, the American  Order o| Human Right, of which  the rficeusetl wins a inuinbor, co-i.  ducting the cerenionies-  The Kagles, uf which the ilccuns*  ed was also a member, intended  in large 11 um hers,  The Ladies of lhe Mnecnbeerf  uf Cumberland Hive No. 17, af.  liogiihir Review, Thursday, Sept,  1-1 th, held memorial service, dra  piug their charter for sixty days,  in memory of lheir' beloved IVr.  Supreme CJmuuuuider, Mrs, Lillian  M.  IIidliMer.  SACRED CONCERT  ���������    ~.0������������������m.  Cumberland Hall was crowded  to the doors Sundav night to listen  to tbe concert giren under the  nnspiccfi of the band fnr the bene-  lit nf one of its uicuihors, Mr IJ>en  Willinms. Mr'T. K, Unto acted  as chairman, and aftor a few very  1 m  appropriate introductiry remarks  by bim, the pplendid programme  wns rendered in an excellent.manner by the band,,and the Prosby.  lei'iaii Church choir' augmented  by n choir of mule yofces;  -  The concert opened nnd closed  by the audience joining in singing  the uoxology.  * Mr,, W. lMakemore, of Victoria,  lhe OuiiBervalivo .speaker at Tuesday night's meeting should have  had a fair hearing, We are (lis  glinted at such unfiiirncHs from  mon who should know bettor, and  tnlk nbout ''Hritish fuir-plny.''  Dr. Kerr, dentin!,   will   bu   in  I Courtenay Oct. 1st to 7th.  City Council did, not. meet in  *  regular session 011 Monday evening, owing lo the absence of a  ijuoruin at the hour of S ti'clock,  Mr. Congilen, member f<������r tlie  Yukon, delivered a masterly.'nd-  dre-.s ou reciprocity, in Cumberland Hall mi Tuesday evening.  It was a masterpiece,  Mr. and Mrs, J. Ji. (tiny arriv.  ml home 011 Sunday from a two'  weeks vi.*it to Vancouver,  NEW FALL GOODS  O.'M -fu.sl Shipment ufFALL GOODS have arrived m<\ are  now opened up, and include everything in Went iug Apparel for  Pull and Winter. Vou are cordially invited to conic in and  ex.inline Values and Trices.    No trouble to look!  ���������We have a Good Assortment of���������  MivSvSes and Children's Coats for School  Ladies Rainproof and Cloth coats  Blouses, Skirts, Sweaters, Dress Goods  Men's Clothing, Overcoats, Sweaters and Hats,  Cajnpbell Bros. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  < ���������������������������������*>#������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  The  ���������Up  A Romance of Arizona  Novelised From Edmund  Day's Melodrama  J������  ���������>  By   JOHN   MURRAY  MILLS MILLER.  and*  111  41 i  Jl!  41  41  41  j >" a*I  J Q-VTrtStt. MM,  by O.  W,  X ham Co.  BffPt ��������� ��������������������������� mm.imttt<*  #!  (Continued.)  mc little *jtou*> had becomo silent.  'Arizona was in a period of unrest.  Rumors of .another Apache uprising  were growinp- stronscer eiu'li day. Then  Payson was successful a ml therefore,  despised by. loss fortunate men ever  ���������eager for a quarrel.  After a moment's thought Sage-  orusli Mushed (iniuc ms fears and  brightened' up his comrades with tbe  remark: "Mebbe he rid < over to Florence station to get a present for Miss  Echo. He said somethln' about get-  tin' an articUle from Kansas City."  "Mebbe so." agreed, Allen, eager to  cast out any forebodings. "It's time,"  be continued, "he wuz tun-in' up if  this weddin's to be pulled uff by the  clock."   ,'.������������������-.  "lias the sky pilot got  here yet?"  'asked Sagebrush.  "No," replied Allen. "He's started.  though. There's one thing sai'tin���������we  can't lighten up the cinches till the  bridegroom gits here."  The absence of .Jack Payson and the  failure of "the. minister to arrive aroused the������������������ suspicions of Sagebrush. Coming closer to Allen, he smiled knowingly and. speaking in a confidential  tone, asked:  "Say. .Jim. they ain't figgerin' on git-  tin' away on the sly-like, are they?"    ,  Show Low interrupted with the explanation, "You see. we're goin' to decorate the wagon some."  The suggestion that any one connected with Allen Hacienda would  ride in anything on wheels except the  driver of the chuck wagon on the  round-up aroused the indignation of  the old cattleman. For him the only  use to which a wheeled vehicle drawn  by a horse should be put was to haul  materials that could not be packed ou  a horse.  "They ain't usin' any wagon!" he  fairly shouted.    "They__r___goin'  away  in the leather."  The idea of carrying out tne traditions of the horse in Pinal county even  to a wedding journey tickled the boys  Immensely.  Slapping one another on the back  and nodding their heads in approbation, thoy shouted: "That's the ticket!  Hooray!"  "This ain't no New York Idea, where  the bride an' groom hits the life trail  In a hired hack!" cried Fresno.  Allen's feelings apparently were not  yet fully soothed. Turning to Sagebrush, lie said: "Wheels don't go in my  family. Why. her ma-an' mo were  married on hossbuck. " The preacher  had to make a hurry job of it, but l.t  took."  "Hush, now." wnu Parenthesis* awed  comment.  "For her pop was n-ohasln' us nn'  kcpt*lt up for twenty miles after the  parson Riild 'Amen,'"  ;,-D1(l he ketch you?" nsked Fresno,  ���������with great seriousness.  "He sure did," answered Allen, with  h twinkle In his eye, "nn' (hanked me  for lnkln''.Josephine off his hands."  The boys laughed. The joke was  upon themselves, as they had expected to hear a romantic story of earlier  dnya.  When tho laughter hnd subsided  Show Low suggested, "If wc can'l decorate the wagon, let's put some (lxln's  on the ponies,"  Tho proposal was received with more  whoops, shinning and ylpplng, They  waltzed about the smiling rancher.  ���������Thai's whnt!" cried Sagebrush en-  thuHiaHll.n Ily.  Allen grew sarcastic, remarking. "I  reckon you all must have slopped some  time at Ihe wn lor lank."  Itenewed laughter greeted this sally.  "This Ih my lirst weddin'," explained  Baftebnish nil lier apologetically,  "I want to know!" exclnlincd Allen  In nurprlt-o,  "I'm lol 1,1 n' you, I never seed a weddin* la all my life," replied Sagebrush.  n������ seriously ns If he wiin denying a  false iiccnsiitlon nf n serious crime,  "Mother used |o tell me about her'a,  an' I often wlsht I luul been there,"  Fresno slum led wllh amusement, lie  Iind Sagebrush rattled. The coolest  tanti on the range ���������wim flustered by the  taere thought of unending a wedding  ceremony.  "TIo'h plum locoed over :Ills one.  Ain't you. Sagebrush?" he drawled  tauntingly.  Riif.'1'hi-u.-iU tool Ids nDiUta in if if bes I  of humor. II was a holiday, and they  were with people of thelr own kind.  ITad n stranger been present the re-  mark*- would lmve been resented bit-  .,,,.1,.       A..   HI,.   ,     I...    ���������   .,,.1     ,    ......  (Icularly Kousltlve. In lhe presence of  outsiders they nre silent, answering  only In mnm-Hvll-ihles. never i.*imIIiii-  in nny cnn versa! Inn. and If nny comment is necessary they muke it liidl-  wily.  "Well. I nln't no imclcty bud like vou  are." biugheil Sagebrush. The others  joined *vliii libit in lit*! inerriiui'tii over  I'resno'M dlsiomiliiire. "Weildln's nln't  wi frequent where I come from as tliey  In Iii ('iilir-.ni.v."  "It's the i lltuiitt*," answered Fresno,  with a liriuul erln  "Si. you ain i never been nt n tvcil-  dluT asked   Vlleu,  who was luukluj:  ror another opening to have more fun  with Sagebrush.  Again the cowboy became serious  and confessed: "Nope: I've officiated  at several plain killin's an' been chief  usher at a lyncbiii", but this here's my  first weddin", an' I'm goin' to turn  loose some an' enjoy it."  Sagebrush grinned in anticipation  of the good times that he knew lay ln  store for him :W: the dance.    ���������  "You're fixed up as if you was the  ma!������ attraction at this event." snld  Allen, looking" Sagebrush over carefully nnd schilling him around on his  heel.  "Ain't I .nn-vsed up fine?" answered  Sagebrush.  '"You're the .-lire bl-j turkey." later-'  rupted Parentnesis.       .<_���������"  "Served tip. fine, with a li, tne -trim-  min's." InugheJ Fresno. tfiKingancther  jab at���������his'friend.  Their sport wns broken up for the  time being by the appearance of Polly  nt tin- door of the ranch house.' "Hello,  boys!" she shouted, witlrthe fascinating cordiality of the western girl,  wherein the breath of the plains, the  purity of ilie air and the wholesome-  ness of life are embraced in a simple  greeting and the clasp of a hand.  The cowboys took off their hats and  made elaborate bows to the young woman. "Howdy, Miss Polly?" they  cried. '     -  "You sure do look pert." added  Sagebrush with what he considered  his most winning smile, Fresno snick-'  ered and hastily brushed back the hair  from bis forehead.  "Where's Jack?" she asked the two  men,,who at once ranged themselves  one on each side of her. ,  "He did not start with the boys,"  explained Allen. "He'll be along soon-  Polly."  "Well, now, when it comes to lookers, what's the matter with Polly  Hope?" exclaimed Sagebrush slyly.  Glances of admiration .'we're, cast at  the girl, wbo was dressed simply and  plainly in a little white gown which  Mrs. Allen had made for her for the  wedding. Polly's youth, good nature  and ability to take care of herself  made her a favorite on ��������� the ranch.  She had no need of defenders, hut If  an occasion should arise that Polly  required a knight there were a ' score  of guns at her service at; an hour's  notice.  "Looks like a picture from a book,"  said Fresno, hoping.to win back the  ground he had lost by Sagebrush's  openly expressed admiration.  Polly was flattered by the comments  and the glances of the boys, which expressed their approval of her appear-  !ance_moreUoudlvLthaii_spokeji4-w,ords.  She pretended, however, to be;annoyed. "Go 'long,' she said. "Where's  Bud Lane? Didn't you give him his  Invite?"  The boys turned  from  one  to tbe  "Wnat's the news?" she asked as  jhe slowly straightened out her fingers one by oue.  "There's .be-ou   a   killiu'   over   Flor-!  ence way," announced the sheriff, put-*'!  ting on his hat. uud-becoming an offl- j  cer of the law with duty to perform.    I  "Who is the misfortuuate?" asked  Sagebrush ������s they gathered' about  Hoover and listened intently.  Murder  in   Arizona   wns  a   serious  matter   until   punishment   was   meted  out to the slayer or he was freed by  his fellow ci'izcns.    Far from courts  of justice and surrounded by men to  whom death was often merely iin incident, in a career of crime, the settlers   were   forced   to   depend   upon j  themselves to keep peace ou the border.    They  acted  quickly,  but  never  hastily.    Judgment   followed   quickly!  on    conviction.     Their    views    were j  broad, and rarely were their decisions  wrong.-  '"Ole Man' Terrill." replied the  sheriff. "Happened about 10 this  tnortiin'.. Some man caught him aloue  ln the railroad station an' blowed his  head half off."  "Do tell!" was Allen's exclamation.  "Yep." continued the sheriff. "He  must have pulled a gun on the fellow.  He, put up some sort of a light, as the  room is some mussed up."  "Robbery?" queried Polly, with wide  open eyes.  "That's what," nnswered Slim, turning to her. "He had three thousau'  dollars pinned in his vest, county  money for salaries. You know how he  toted his wad around with him. defy-  in' man or the devil to get it a way from  him? Well, some one .who was both  man an' devil was too inuch for him."  "Who found him?"  "I did myself. Went over around  noon after the money. Didn't stop to  go back to town fer a posse. Trail  was already too cold. COuld tell it  was a man that rode a pachi' horse."  His auditors looked at each other,  striving to remember who.-of their acquaintance rode a pacing horse. Sagebrush Charley shook, his head.. "Nobody down this way, 'ceptin', of  course., the boss, rides a pacer. Must  be one of the Lazy K outfit. I reckon."  "Most likely," said the sheriff. "He  struck out south, probably to throw  me off scent. Then befell in.with two  other men. an' this balled me up. 1  lost one of the tracks, but follered the  other two round Sweetwater mesa till  I come where they rode into the river. Of course I couldn't' roller the  trail any farther at that.p'int, so. bein'  as I was near Uncle Jim's. I rode over  fer help to look along both banks an'  pick up the trail wherever it comes  _b,ut-l_of_���������tbe_rive������,_Soj-^  up yer fun, boys, but some o' you  must come along with me. Duty's  duty. I want Sagebrush anyhow, as I  s'pose I can't ask for Jack Payson."  Sagebrush  pulled  a  long  face.   At  other with feigned glances of disgust   any other time he would have jumped  A ROYAL FAVORITE  Ambassador   Reid's   Daughter,  Who Scorned a Title.  CAN OUTSHINE ANY PEERESS.  RALEIGH'S WIFE.  But Is Altogether Indifferent to Society,  Devoting Herself to Her Husband  and Little Boy With . a Zeal That  Charms England's Domestic Queen.  Mrs. John Hubert Ward, the pretty  daughter of the American ambassador to England, the Hon. Wbitelaw  Iteid; ranks easily first among the  American women who have married  Englishmen. It is true that her husband, a younger brother of the Earl of  Dudley, is only un "honorable," and  honorables are thick as hops lu London, but then he is a Ward, the favorite equerry of the late King Eaward  aud so popular with King George and  Queen Mary that he is certain to be  a person of importance in the new  scheme of things. Before Miss Jean  Iteid accepted the Hon. John Hubert  Ward she bad refused scores of devoted noblemen, and rumor said she bad  even turned away one serene highness.   Miss Reid didn't care for titles.  It was at Biarritz that the romance  J)egan. King Edward was staying  there, and so were the Reids. The  Hon. John was in attendance upon the  king, who enjoyed the society of the  American ambassador. While Miss  field's father was engaged with  his  at being slighted by Polly for-an absent one. The otic- sided courtship of  Bud and Polly was known up and  down the valley, and Indefinite postponement of their wedding day was  one of the jests of the two ranches.  "Oh, we sent it on to him nt Florence. He'll git it in time if he ain't  gone to the Lazy K with Ruck McKee." said Sagebrush: then,'turning to  the other cowboys, he added In nn aggrieved tone, "Polly nln't got no eyea  for no one excep' Bud."  Polly stepped to Allen's side and,  laying her bond on his shoulder, snld,  "Ain't I?" Allen patted the girl's  hend. Ho wns very fond of hor, looking upon her ns another daughter.  Polly smiled buck into his fnce nnd  then, with n glance nt the cowboys,  said, ''Say, Uncle Jim, there's some  bottles to be opened."  The invitation was nn Indirect one,  but all knew wlml It: meant and started for the house.  "Root beer," added Polly nilschle-  rously.   "Tho corlis pull awful hard."  Allen glanced at her In feigned  rilarm.  "What do yon wnnt to do���������stampede  the bunch?"  Before she could answer the approach of a horse uttrneted tho attention of the group, ���������    '.'���������  "There's Jack now!" cried Sagebrush In tones which pin Inly, showed  Ills rollof. "No, It ain't," ho added reflectively. "He rode IiIh pacln' maris  ���������in' tliut'n a troltln' horse."  The cry of tli*! rider was heard  quieting IiIh mount. Allen recognized  the voice, "It's Slim Ilouvur." he cried.  Polly chipped her hands and snld  mischievously to Sagebrush: "Now  you'll see ine mnl'ln' googoo eyes to  Komehndy besides Itilil l.niie, 1 ain't  a-golii' to he the only girl lir IMnal  coiuiiy Slim Hoover nln't set .up to,"  "An' Nhled off froin," added Sngo-  brush, a littlo nntl led by Polly's over-  looking him us a subject for'Uhtitikin.  "nm what's Slim dolif over this  wn y V"  "Come to .Inoli's weddin', of course,"  replied I'olly, iiilillng complacently,  "An' probably projoctlif a hitch-up of  his own."  c'!^'u run !it*"und the ������������������'ii'iie** <if th**  ttmiso directly Inlo the crmvd, who  seized lilm before be could recover  from his surprise and proceeded to  Iiii/.c him, to ihelr lnii'iise delight and  Ilie sheiill's ouiliiiiTiiHsmeiii, for he  knew (lei! Polly wus sumewhere nenr  j enjoying his dli-couiuuro. Polly wait-  M uuill her vlcilni wus fully ready for  her particular form of torture, The  reception of the cownoys was etude  to her refined form of ninl.liig the fat  sheriff uiicoiiifui'liible.  Willi lhe velvety cruelty of n flirt  i i-he held oul her bund, saying, "Hvllo,  I Slim."  1 Jhe sheriff Hushed under his-tun.  I The rid crept up the bndi of his neck  to til������ earn He awkwardly tool; off  | hln hat, With it bow nud n scrape he  I greeted her. "Howdy, Mis* Polly, how-  lily?" Me.-iliiiiiit* lie kIkiii)- her l,.:ml  j until i'ii** ulu'Til ffotn the la'-mlm:*--.  * tit the grip.  nt the chance of running to earth the  dastardly murderers of his old friend  Terrlll.. But-in-the matter of this his  first experience of a wedding, he had  tickled his palate so long with the  sweets of .anticipation that he could  not near to rorego the culminating  swallow of realization.  "I don't see why 1 shouldn't be let  off  as  well   as  Jack."' he  grumbled  "Our cases is" similar."   You  see.  it's  my tirst weddin'," explained the fore-  mau to. the sheriff,  The other cowboys howled wllh delight. The humor of the situation  caught their fancy, and they yelled a  chorus of 'protestation. In Hoover's  ears.    In this Colonel Allen Joined.  "Don't spile the weddin'," he plead  ed. "This here event has already  rounded up lhe Sweetwater ouilii fer  you an' saved you inure Iluie ilia a  you'll lose by waltln' till It's over,  Then we'll nil jlne you."  Hoover commanded slleuce and, rolling a clgnreitu, gravely- considered the  proposition, ��������� He realized tlnii lhe murderers should bu followed up ill once,  but that if ho forced lhe cowboys by  the legal power he exercised lo forego the pleasure Ihey had been uutlci-  put I ni; so greatly tliey would 'uoi.be  so keen In pursuit us If Ihey nud lirsl  "glvyu the boss Ills soudolT." The  consiilci'iilloiis being I'lpial. or, as lie  put It, "buss an' buss," ll seemed lo  hlrn wise io submitlo Allen's proposition, liacUed, ns il was, by Un* Justice  of his plan Unit the occasion of Uh*  wedding luul iilreiuly saved vnlunble  Iliu������ In.assembling lhe posse, I'" iih-  koiUi-iI, llicioloro. but, lo iiiulniiilii I lie  dignity of his <itllc'i>' anil control of  lhe -Hilnation,' wlllr''apparent rcltie-  tani'i). ,   . . ,    , ���������   ���������'  '���������Well,,hurry up (he sacreeineiits an'  eoriMiioiilos, Iheii, au' the inliiuie Ihu  preacher ties Uie knot every man of  yini bul Jack uu' llle parson iin' Undo  ,Tlm glls on his hoss au' foilers me.  I'll wall oul In ihe corral." ' ,-.  At this there wus another storm of  CNpostuliiiliiii. led this time by Allen,  Of course Hoover was lo come to.the  wedding uud be lis guest of honor.  "Vim shall be lhe Hrst'' to wish Jack  j nu' Echo luck." said Allen. "Tlmt  I melius .vou ll lie Hie uexi one lo uiui*  '���������j'."  (To be continued.)  Interesting Letter Bespeaks His Love  For His Spouse.  The long and interesting letter written while in prison by Sir Walter Ra  leigh, which was sold at Sotheby's in  London; a few days ago for $2,600. i*-  dated Oct. 5, no year; and is addressed "To my very worthy friend, Sir  Walter Cope,1 Knight." It is as follows:      .i-  ���������     -  "Sir Walter C<n-p* You are of my  old acquayntances, and wera my fam-  ilii.r friend for many yeare\ in which  time 1 hope you, cannot say that 1  ever,-useu. .any unkind office towards  you. But our fortunes are now changed and .1 may be in your power greatly to bynde nie unto you, if the bynd-  in j of a mau to my estate be worth  anything.  "My desire unto you is that you wil-  be pleased to,move my Lord Treasurer  in my behalf that, by his grace, my  wife might agayne be made a prisoner with me aso she hath bine years.  last past, shee being now devided from  me and thereby to my great impoverishing, 1 am driven to keip to howses.  A miserable sute it is, and yet great  to me, who. in this wretched estate.  can hope for no other thing than  peacible sorrow.  "It is now that I call the Lord of;  all power to wittnes, yet 1 ever have  bine and am resolved that it was never in the worthy hart of Sr. Robert  Cecyll (what soever a counselor oi  State and a Lord Treasurer of Ing-  lound must do) to suffer me. to fall,  much less to perrish. For \. hatsoever  names it hath pleased his Lordship  to use, towards me, which might-utterly dispaire any bodie else, yet I  know yt he spake then as a counselor,  sitting in counsell in company of such  as would, not otherwise have bine  satisfied. .'���������  "But, as God liveth, I would have  bought his presence att a far dearer  rate than these sharp words and those  three months' close imprisonment, for  it is in his Lordship's haft and countenance that I behold all yt remaynes  to me of comfort and all the hope I  have, and from which I shall never  be beaten till 1 see the last of evills  and the disapire,' which h'aht no healp.  The blessings of God cannot make  him cruel that was never so *������������������*.*'  nor any man of so great worth Jto delight in the endless adversities of an  enemie, with lash of him who. in his  very sc-wle an*1 nature, can never be  such a onejowards him.  "Sr, the matter is of no great importance (though a cruell destinic  hath made it so to me) to desire that  my wife may. live-with, me in'this unsavoury place, If, by your mediation.  I may obtayne it I will acknowledge it  in highest degree of thankfulness and  rest reddy to trew fayth to be commanded by you.  "W. Ralegh;" '  _ _ The���������letter_w.as���������probably���������wxitten���������in.  1610, when for three months the enemies of Raleigh, or Ralegh. \is he  spelled the name, succeeded iri depriving him of the society of his wife,  who was ordered to leave the Tower,  lie was released -in 1615-16 to go on  a hunt for gold in South America, but  failing in his quest was re-arrested  on his return to England and was  executed on Oct, 29. 1618.  AN ACTIVE MINISTER  REV. J. J. FERGUSON IS HEAD OF  TORONTO CONFERENCE.  Pastor of Epworth Churcii, TorontoY  Who -Mas, Elected to the Highest  Office In His Conference Has Occupied the Chairmanship of Barrie,  Bracebridge and Bradford Dis-  ��������� tricts and Has Been In Active  Work Since 1885.  Rev. J. Joseph Ferguson, new president of the Toronto Methodist Conference, w'as born in the Township oi  Cartwright in tlie County of. Durham,  July 13, 1860, and is of Irish-Canadian parentage. He received his public school education in that township and attended the High School  at Port Perry. He taught school in-  1889 in, Darlington Township and later attended "Victoria, University, Co-  bo urg,* from which institution he grad-'  I'EV.  J.  JOSKPH   FERGUSON.  uated in arts, taking his B.A.- in I886r  his B.D. in 1886,- and his M.A. in  1888. He commenced preaching in  1885 and has been stationed at Pickering. Streetsville'', Davisville, Toronto, Bradford, Weston, Bracebridge, Al-  liston and Orillia and has recently  been appointed to Epworth Church,  Toronto. He has been chairman of the-  Bracebridge, Bradford and Barrie districts and was elected to attend the  last three general conferences at Winnipeg in 1902, Montreal in 1906; and  Victoria in", 1910. At the recent conference in Elm Street Methodist-  Church, in Toronto, it was stated that,  the Missionary Society of the church  was never so prosperous ahd7~at~tlTe~  same time, never so poor on account  of the rapid expansion of the work.  Bit* of London.  London originally mono in th������ **���������������  ���������cr of ;n'ir������beH. pMCf ������>f ������*;*ii<*ti eTt������������>irii'd  over the areu uf bouihwniU uud Hat*  lerswa. '  Chooilno > Puppy.  In order to maku choice of n puppy  from amonn n uumber of olhers ll Is  li'ep.1 to Icavtt the choUt- to tho mot her  herself. In enrrymu them buck to  .lheir UhI (ho (Irsi Uu* tuoiber tuken up  will always bu lhe bust.  UmW Wilton,  Ijinak Wnltoii's m-inis-- on the art of  iiriMUnc wus pulillKbeiJ iu HVift.   Tlmi  pnrlenf fluhermufi ille'l In NW.*| nf flic  iidvaiicwl aye uf uinuiy yaura.  MltS. JO UN  HUBERT WAKD.  majesty she often found It Incumbent  (upon herself to entertalu the handsome equerry. For this reason King  Edward, who always earnestly disclaimed matchmaking talent, has been  credited with making the match. Certain It is that the royal set seemed  much pleased with the union.  Few English brides of high degree  have hnd such an assemblage of the  royal family ut the wedding as did  this dainty little American girl. Queen  Alexandra, especially radiant In white  brocade and silver, snt with King IW-  ward In a box of the chapel royal  at St. .lames' palace, where, in .June,  IOCS, the ..ceremony was performed.  The present king and queen were  there, and so, too, were Prince and  Princess Alexander of Teck. the Con-  naughts and a hundred others of tlio  cream of (ireat Britain's aristocracy.  Tlio reception later al the home of  tho bride's parents, palatial Dorchester House, was a uiiignlllceut iil'l'iiir.  The bride received as a wedding gift  from her father Chilton,Lodge, twenty-  five irilles from London, one of tho  most attractive country places In I0ng-  land. It cost Just $501UHH), and the  new owners spent S1IMMHIO In remod*  ellriR It. There the Ward*) entertained royalty, and thero thelr son, who  had ii in ne for lil������ godfather and a  queen for lilt" uudmother, wiih horn.  Unlimited wealth i* nt their command.  Mra. NVnrd'a father Ik nn linniensely  wealthy num. , Her mother Inherited  n huite fortune from her father, tho  Intu I), O, MIIIh. The Hon, John Hubert Wnrd was worth about %'l,mnm  nt the fline of his iniirrlaue. Mrs.  Wnrd'n pnroutH are extremely liberal  and no doubt would he pleased with  ^ihelr diiiiKhter'a nodal HueeeiwoH.  Hhould aha become a In.nr? eiuertiiluor,  thero 1h no doubi thiit,'fow','If any,  American hostesses could outaliliu- ihe  twit*' daiiuhter with ttieir million--  nnd tho Wards' nplemlld family preH-  tin* t������������ hack lier. Therefore the fact  that Hiu* will open ner town House  fur llio i-oiuiiiiiiiiii fi'hilviiii'H Ih a (nutter uf much uiierest to uiaiiy iiiiiih-  ���������tliinlle mieinl leadora. Her father l������  to eiitnrtnin three lcm������:H hi dinner, nnd  but tor roe fact Unit she cares little  i\m   ������������kU't>    '!'������'   If.lit.   iftS.  .I.I.'IU   tlUtA-'-t  Ward uuulit enierialii usmiiuy queein-.  If they wero nvallablo. An It f*. no  diamonded peeresn of American hlood  who will kneel to the new queen lu  Wci-milm-tor abbey holdn ho enviable  ll pOMltlon In Kiifillnh society iih the  U'linty, tiidepeudent daiiKhtor of tbo  lieldx.  Wlun Tslephonlno-  Do yon ever hnve occasion fo war a  public telephoni������y Then put your client  lipalnHt the monthpleeo and uko chest  Hitif-** TIiIh tiieitind hus been trlfd.  und. nirh������ii|rh tin* rulco ftt*r*m* tar  ������way, yxm can hunt <U������UticUf.  "The Ungodly Cough."  "You never know where he is going to break out next," someone once  said regarding Rev. Ri- J. Campbell,  pastor of the City Temple, who; is  about to visit Canada' on a preaching tour. This person was referring  particularly to kr. Campbell's somewhat unconventional remarks. On  one occasion he addressed his hearers  .upon the timely subject of congregational coughing, and assured them  that there was such a thing as "the  ungodly cough." Then,,again, he one  day stopped his congregation singing that hymn, "0, Beautiful, My  Country," saying that the compilers  of the hymn book had spoilt it by  altering the time. And then,'breaking into song-, he sang the lines aa i  he thought thoy should be written.  The iippliui.se which greeted this musical effort was tremendous. Apparently, however, Mr. Campbell, does not  consider himself to bo the broadmind-  ed man his admirers imagine, for.  when he was asked if he was likely  to stay abroad, lie replied, "I am such  a narrow, bigoted .John Bull that 1  am afraid I couldn't be comfortable  iu auy country1 uut, my own."  The  Lord Groat Chamberlain,  It was announced some weeks ago  ���������that Lord Carrington, who recently  celebrated his sixty-eighth birthday,  would act iih Lord Grant Chamber  lain at the crowning-of King George,  his lordship standi' in high favor al  court, and . is exceedingly populni  throughout the country. He ia a ino  del landlord, and a man who hn*'  always used the advantages- of hit-  position and wealth for tho benefit ol  the'community at large, He improbably the only peer wlio deriveH his  income entirely-, from agriculture, "I  let my tenants farm as they like,  ahoot what they like, pay when the)  like, and vote as they liko," lio onCi  said. ,He is a great believer in girlt*  learning to ' cook. "Good cookery,'  he- has remarked, "is one of the se  i-rets of domcHtic happiness. Lndj  Ourrinpton has looked after our housi  and given my ho If and the family ������  most excellent dinner overy dny sinci  our marriage a good many yours ago  It f'-.i-ry Pin ��������������������������� .,..ile vmU't "tri"o I'  do thn Hrmie we should hear lean about  unhappy inarruigi'i>, -  Very   Unwell.  When Theodora Hook was once traveling by coach, there were but tw<,  llltsUh!   Jili*iM'llgi-I-*---|v   VV.I-y    pjeUy   bu'i  delicate-looking young lady attimded  by a homely-looking maid, The coach  stopped lor twenty minute* to alio'*  lor dinner. Hook ^turned Iim to hh  seat, tlio maid next. During the ab  Hence of her young mistrem*. Hook  naif] to her in n tune of great concern;  "Your young Jiu-y  hcoiiu  very  un  well?"  "Yob, nir; she Buffrrn nadly."  "ConMim-ition, 1 Hhould I������.������rp"  "No, sir; I am sorry to :ay it ii th<  heart,"  "Dear mo I AneurUm?"  "Oh, uo, *ir; It ii only fc lieutenant  In the navy,"  Another Cancer Theory. , .'��������� ���������  That cancer is due to a .parasitic-!  fundus that stimulates the animal,  cells so that they become parasitic  themselves is the view advanced in  a new work by C. E. Green, a British  medical student. The theory is based  on the'resemblance of animal cancers to plant tumors , aiid supposes-  that the undiscovered organism of  animal cancers must be very similar  to Plasmodiophora brassical, the cause  of plant cancer. Sulphurous substances specially favor the growth ol  the plant parasite, while calcium and  copper tend to. destroy it, As this-  would suggest, human cancer is most  common in chimney sweeps, brewers and furriers, who are most exposed  to sulphur vapors, and is rarest in,  tanners, copper workers and paper-  makers, whose occupations bring contact with copper or lime. The house*  and districts that have most cancer,  moreover, are those where sulphur  dioxide is present in the air-���������that is,  whero coal is burned and chimney  draft and ventilation, are imperfect.  A   Bishop  on   Beer   Barrels.  Dr. Percival, the aged Bishop ot  Hereford, England, whose invitatiom  to Nonconformist ministers to take  part in the coronation services in hi?  cathedral has aroused considerable  criticism, wus for many years head-  master of Clifton and also of Rugby,  lie himself was educated nt the Kirk-  by" Stephen and Appleby Grammar  schools, and as au instance of. the.  educational value of such institution!!-'  he has said that "if he hud not been  eduoated there ho would, in all probability, havo remained on obscure fell-  side farmer, grumbling at the weather,  tho crops, aud probably the Government." Dr. Percival is something ot  a wit. Ono day ho-. was passing  through a town noted for its beer, and  ho observed many signs of browing  and also of mourning, "Why is that  flag half-mast highr"' ho inquired. He  was told that somonno well known  in tho town wns dead. "Ah, how  sod," he observed; "1 observe that  oven th* barrels aro in tiers,"  The  Money  Lender  In  Rhodesia.  According to Miss Charlotte Mansfield's "Via Rhodesia,',' no penniless-  person is allowed to outer Livingstone, "1 heard." she says, "that the-  awkward predicament of not having;  cniiugii money waa often averted by  a crafty money lender, v who for half  :\ crov.a wi,uld lend ilu- s..c^b.���������f.y  ������10, wuitiriR for the would-be borrower outside the boundary and receiving the money buck as soon as the*  examination terminated,"  The First Knitting Mnchlnen.  In    Ihu    !������������������������>-ii   ut Que---   r.!i'/,ul>elU  first mention is made of hand knitting. William, Sou in 1580 Invented  tlie first knitting mnohini*, culled it  knitting frame or stocking (nunc, II*  was refusod a patent in England and  went to France nnd established a factory nt l*>iiii>n.  Oldest Doll In the World,  In the Hritish Museum is ji wooden  doll over two thousand years old, It  i belonged to a little Kgyptitm prill-  j cess, who died three ccwu*fi**K before  i Clifist; so we sec that even nil that  while ago little girls were very much,  ) like the girls ol to-day in their lov#  1 of dolls.  fl  VI  V   Im  Vil .THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLOMBIA  DBINK  /  so  Rlalto.*- Your EXPENSES LiEht  Makes Your BISCUITS Liffht  Makea Your CAKES Light  Makes Your BUNS light  IVklws Your LABOR LiBht  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  COf**YRlGHT,  A.P.������.C.C*#  The purest and best UKLCR, mul  made iu Cumberland.  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience forgueata.  Tho Centtal Hotel for Sportsinon  None but the. Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Kar.  ; RATES  REASONABLE  HERCULES Stump Pullers  FOR  SALE   BY      -      -  rth^Rolston Co.   Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vaneouver, B��������� C-���������  John Johnston,   Prop  JOHN McLEODS  FOR PIKRT-CJLASW  CANDY, FRUITS,  OfOARH & TOT5AOCOS  IF VOU WANT  OOOD PMHTIHB  _ Gi-VE-US-A-TRIAT  The Van cOliver Daily Province  To Sep timber 23,  1911, for.'..- ....   ..  Wo -.will-'mail" The Dlaily Province  till September 23 to any address  iB Canada o.utside the city of Vancouver, for 2.5$.  (teeral Slectidna -September 21  Take advantage of our Splendid News Sefvioe  and follow intelligently the moves of each party.  WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE ici hereby given that 'a������-  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to ob-  la i. u Tine ma in Uio   O.vu.om   u(   <_)��������� mux  Dure'1.    '     '  (a.) The name of Company in full:  W.ul-tiKt u C I lory Ceiii***. y.   Limi eil  Tl,- hcii-l ..ilUi Vmtiirm, B C.  Th capital, li" \y tli no 1, "nhnwinc  n-i.omit ���������ir.jil.ui> S'.'.IXO OlXJfl iliyided into  SljihOO 'hurcv of $100 (K) tmc.h fully pniiinp  (If for mining purposes) Froe Minor's Certificate No..,.   (b.) The namo of lake, stronm or  ooiirco (if iinnam<Kl, bbe doocription  i.) Pimtilo!K������ River  (c.) The point of dlvorsiop: At a  poi'-t nbovo tlio fill's on Uo fnii'loili-i  River, ('i'limx Di'ti-i'".  (d.) The qunntlty of wnter applied  for (in cuulc feet per second):  mV\  (o.) Tlio character of tlio proposod  WOilf-: 'St-nornr-l'ijr ')'���������������'I. |ii*wt*r������o*kR, ami  olootri-i worlo*, and \>\n\x> a- d othor tnao'i-  Innry mul O'l-viuiionoi-s nea-iBuary for pr*>-  duoiuit power.  (f.) Tho prenvioofl on which tho wator to to bo UBod (dosm-lbe earno): On  or iu th'o vicinity nf tho WoUim/tin Colli  uryOo'iiirimyV hU\. property nnd hold  iiif.ii iiiCom.x D.'tiior,  (r.) Tho purponcn on. which tho wn-  t-r iu to I'd Urod: (ii-ii-irntin-j oleotnoity,  iind for liflhv. Iiont, pownr, operation of  jivitin'r, ���������>ii-/iiio������l iiiiduutoliiiittryifif*!. I'imlu  nnd -*i*nrriilly fur ������hi*������yc-roi������o <-f nil power*  nml priyiUgoa of a po*- or company under  Part IX, of nbovo Act.  (i.) If tho wil ter lo to bo iwod for  powor or mining purpoocra dworlbo  tho placo whoro tho wntor lo to ho  returned to Bomo natural obnnnol,  nnd tlio difforenco In altitude hotwoon  ]>oint of divcrnlon and point of ro-  turii At a oonvoniont pl������oo Imlow tun  Ktmighton F*lla In tho vicinity outlet  Jirown Klvcr, flootlon* 10 and M Tp., 0,  Comox Distriot. Tho point of leturu ii  about 1200 font lowor nltitudo than tlio point  of din-orriou,  (J.) Aw ft o? Orovri land intfru'.e^ to  hn occupied by thn ' prn-ponwl woTfotV.  Nimo.  (k.) Tills notice wna pofltctl on tho  uUtiH-iilh dny of January, 1011, aud tippli-  ciiMiiu will Iw mado to tho oitmniiniioiinr  on tho-iHni itny el hoi.nuiry, Hill  (1.) Give tlio nnmofi and nddrooscB  of any riparian proprlotoru or llc-  cnfloi! who or whoeo lando are likely  to bo affectod hy tho proponad works,  olthor nhovo or bolow tho cutlot!  VV������ Jlld*.t������n tolllory Company. Uo.  Attach    copy of mich purtu of tho  Company's memorandum of annocln.-  tlon nn ���������Authorize 'he proposod np-pll-  cation and works  (Siirnatnro)  Wjti.i.iHOTO.v U-...I.TK ny  W, (i. Ooui.hoh, Onnoinl Sriuu-jor  IV.O, tnUlrnn) Vlolnrii, ������,('.  Us  3  fl  w  l-l  Pi  Pi  0  fi  Pi  $������  0)  H  l>  +  fl  Jj Cl 'O  -r* a **  --L ������    mt  ~ a "h  -*��������� os ������  . __, o  = j������  * o 2*  i : i3    Si  "3  SI    u  a. -j  '������  2-  .������������������������*,  f*      U  5   ?  m  ���������a  a  l*  o.  a  >,  ���������a  it  CO  p.  O  O  NOTICE  Any person or ponsous, ciiittmtv,  is indispensublc in the  camp, and (or all  impromptu meals.  Add aliMl-j BOVRIL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  ������iMMM>*4nfUtfnnn-:'n.wiNtv *i  RUPERT LAX I) DISriUCT ���������  v    Dii-irict of Unpen  TAKKiiotlc0 Mint Giirclii'or Al-  ���������rXiin'dcr Hriiilv Sptuioer of Aliiiu'eili-  (Jul., occuporioi* |������luuil>or, inieiuli-  I'o iip-,-ly for .torrnit>-ion to purchusi-  tl'B following dof-oribecl lniitl.*:��������� ,  Odiuhvui'Iii" at a pofi'i phi i'i'eil  nl'nut of) chiiins w't'Kt of tlu- ~ou. ii  eiiui,corner.of St'c-'inii 24,Township  21, ih'encu wosl SO oliiiinf*.' llionce  sou'h 80' .oluiiup, ilienro enst- 80  cliiiiiis*, iliciioe iiurih to souih,.'ooi'e.  of Wolf.Lului ihf-noe WPftbrly mIoiij.'  south Hhort- io wo>r���������" oii'! of lake,  thoiu-o eai-t nlonf,'nonh fhori-; alioui  40 ohaitif. theiict' nonh fo place ot  comnienceMi.fi'it-,"' cuiit:iiniiig 4Up  acres moio or���������)*-.*!s  ScHIkmdm (os-,G A,B.S.'>; N.K.  conu*:*.  Spenc-;-:)',  1>.iii Clnrk. A>.'������'in  Diitcil Dp onilii'. l-J li. HHO.  RUl'EUT LAND DISTRIOT  District of Hupert.  TAKJC HOticn  I hat   Piidora Mae ]."ckoii  of Vuuoouvor, I?. U.    <.*ct'u* at*on k Widow,  i tt*i.,i������ u> jipp|y   fi*r  pit . is i..n  ti pnr-  dumii tho fiilli'Wi*f_ d soiibf.il Imd ; ().m  Illinois)- lit ut H p   tt    pllinlC-il     :ill|)iil    on.  mile north nii'i 41) c-nn. k i^t i.f ilit> e. I.,  corner of Scoi-m 4, Tw.liip ,x, tli-nu.  n< rth SOcnnini*, thonoe uis SO cluiis,  thonco boutii 80 otiain*. tlience west, 80  olmiiiH loplnoeo coinineiiceinunt, uonttin  iiit* 010 norm, in r-' i r U-m,  Soribed >n po r, EMI.'������ S.W. .orner,  JCxwuKa Mak Lki*so\,  D.u l.Jl������ik, Age..t.  Uiit.d Docoml'or llth, 10>0.  liUPKKT LANIJ tiI-Tlil(!r  Disti oc of Ri-pcrt.  TAKK   >Ol'ICR    that   Adolnide   EKter  Clark    ll.--wn,    of   Brookfioid    N. ,V.,  niiirrii-d wdinuu. iutcmln to apply f. r pur-  mission to purL-huHQ thu fullowEi.^ din'.rih-  cd laiiflm���������C iinm**uo HR at a post pl-.ntt il  it soutlnvcbt onn er. of ������?��������� oiiou  19, Tiiwii-  .sli'p !l. thiiu.-u north   80  ohuiiiH,,   thunci*  cast 80 chain**, :-thenco    south   80  chain*-,  theuce wvsfc SO chains to plnco of^coinnuin-  aient cimtaiuing 046 acroii moro or le*-a.  Sciincd ou post A.K.C.B'ttS.W. eor  Al>KI.AU)E KsTliK t'l.ARK llllOWX,  iJan Ciaik, ng n-,  Dated D. comber 19th. WHO.  >m,c*v.������aun f*x..tm! r������_i*l.  I'uiii.ivmo or  tiiki  ng   any  irluckt-.  a  a  iii   Vi  3 S  Hi*  - ������ ������  w a a  &���������=������  P    ur-1  H  t a*  ei ? *  *_    fl) H  ������.Cl|  X.   -j   If.  'G   '**   F1        hn  *%.&���������  ?  o-ta y  . u  W M w     rf  '        ���������'��������� m  V  H  R  4) r  u "3  .   QJ  "m -m  a t  "if 'a  s %  ������ -A  P.-9  ill '���������  a    .  ���������a*?  t      m  O   rt.  A G  ���������������������������fl  tinilxji' <������* wood, of nny di^criptiodu  inhmoinjr to tlm Weilinot'-ii Col-  ti-'ry C'o'y., or from or off tlio lnnd  of tho ifaid ConiMitny, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any^leseriptinn  anywhere���������u[)on���������i be���������c(;inpiUi)'s  land will lio prorieciited lo tlie full  extent of tiie biw.  W. J,. COULSOX,  (ioiiiu'iil Alaiiiiger,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  tn  W  Iri  ���������41  rA  ^OTIOK is horehy jjivon'Hrtt.oh tho lirnt  dity'nf Doacmltrr next upplicaliun will he  madei to tlm Siiptriiitf-ndunt of Provinoiul  Polico. Vioioria, for tho rwiic���������*(ll of thn ho-  t������l licanso to nrll liquorw hy rutiiil in the  hotol Unnirn u������ tli������ Port Aufjuitn hotol. m\  noted at Comax, H, I1, J. UHolmkh  Datod OotolW 11  1910.  h am*atrnnra������\%*tmm4 mm  NOTION TO THIS PUHUO.  Uaviny bivlt a largo wn������(*hnuoo and null  ut-. Courlonay, I will in fir uro l*wi> on  li'ind a atook nf nil liindR of Mny, f'r.'.in,  inulPt't'tl al. lowt'Ht miirkot iiiioh. A  Hpooiftlly will ho limtlo of roMor criiHliod  food fur Iku'h Hwhioii ������111 mii'ie it a.vlni?  of ������no thirri in tlio oo t ol ff.o.l, Onloi'M  Kivim tho lonwf*k'r or liy phruio \i\'\ bo  promptly lillud. TIiiuiIcIuk you for ynur  patrMitutu in 'hu punt nml Bolioi'iiur u onn  tinuiuioc of llm Hiiiiio on hroulur I'moi, 1  hog to runuii-t  Ynui'H loooiumiim],  BYRON CRAWFOUI).  UNION S.S. CO., of H.C. Ud  Na,haimo-Unjo-*i t^AV- Comox - Cami'iikm.  Hivkii Koi'l'l!.  Hllilin������ UH  Ul'dlll'���������  Twln.iiori-w fronmrr "COWIOHAN"  i^i-HVi'H Vimcouvnr riiiVKduy ii p.m.  Arrivo Union (lor Cuiiilicrliinil) Kiiilay  UlornhiK  A r */*-��������������� C'Oii'ix Friday mnruinn  Aii'tvo (Jinnuboll rtivcr Fiiilay ilnnn  Uitiirniiirj  I.v    Comox  Kridny l p in  ���������' Union Hay       "   5   "  ������������������ NaiuliiiO inidiii|_lit  Lonvefl Vnnconvor, HnturiUy H y in  Arrivon Nuiiniiuo, Sitliiiiiny 12 pin  Arrlvt'n Union, Muuri'-y ll a nt  [tur t-iiiiiHiirliiii' |  Arrlvim Uoinox,  Smiilay 8 a m  Ho'UriihiK:���������  Ii(������ftVi**R ''o'ni'X. ^iiiiday 1 p in  Ltinvou i u'-i.i -siinilny r> p m  L<nvo* V   nilnio, .Sunilay mulisht  [SiiUjoot n .iinngo wilhmit iii i.oi<]  SUnSOKI^K FOR THU N'KWS  ONIArON*;J)OLURA VICAR.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and' rail  whv car*- of the Union Colliery  Company by ;i ny porsorv or j>er-  joiii*-���������except tain ciew��������� tc strictly  prolii'-Uecl.. Kmpioyws -re Kub-  ipc to f.iHinisHii! for alluwiny  sain-  Hy ordor .{]  W.  Iv.   COULSON,  General Mauuijer.  \^?J^\*h<l*0*\^tfifolmi*^m+^  O. H TARBELL     !  Ulmm*;;, v i. i\D msYki-jt  Di*; in;' nf Rii|n-i I  TA i\ K iinti 0 tnal  Jui'n   l!*'iir\  Kerriiini liii'b iiil.-nu,  if   Vnii'ou  ver, ]'>.   C,   i tru'iai'ioti   J? oaijjb.iii  SteWai'l, iu rii.ds lo  :tii(iiy   for |ici'-  (nisi-iou o jruiclian* iho foll-irtiii*_  descri'od Jniult": --(JoniuiOncing at  a pest planted about ^U" ohnins  norlli oi the poiuInvest corr.cr (>f  ActionJi, JjiB.n-ibip-21 ,-t lience-wosi  80 chains, iher.ee i-iiulb 80 cliiiini*.  thence (jusl SO (.���������li'iiir-, thenc'' i orfh  SO chains- to plnce of comnirnce  in tut containing 040 ucres more o*-  lt-������*_.  J. II K. R'sN E.-orniT.  John .IJiiNitv  Kj*:niuN(-n  Riciiard-  D.in Cl-n-k, Auont.  Duteil Uccenihi-r Kith, 1910.  UUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rnpert  TAKE, notice ihat Richmond  Chutle.*- Bi*-R of 'Vancouver,. 'B. 0.,  Broker intends fo npply f'������r per  niiof-ion to jrurchai-e the following  described Jnnde: ��������� ('on.menciii^ at  a post -planted at i post- hetivct-n  fie, ti-'ii 18k, Tbwns-h'ip 9, and .Sect  ion 1 ti, Towiit-'hip 20, tb'*nce'wepi 40  cliuiiiH. 'thencp nunli 40 chaij-p,  ihi-nce west, 40 chain*, llieiice south  80 chains; Hence ('ant 40 chain**,  ���������hept'ti norlh 40 chainp. ihenct* eai>l  'lOcliai'ii-, tlu rice north 80 chains to  Puiceoi- cotumciuemciit, conmiuing  640 ucres more or lest-:  tcribed or/ post RUB'.' N" E cor.  Rtchmokd Chahi.ks Bibs.  Dau Clark, a|j;ent.  Dated Deoombcr 1(J h, 1910.,  U PERT  LA.NI>  DISTRICT  District of Hupert  TAKE notice thai Bcrtrsm Janiee  Tusker of Vancouver, B. O. occupation Express Mannger intends to  to apply for permis-.-ion to ouichas-<������  die foil ii-.i-/, de.-crjlied l������iid>:���������  Coiun* cing at a pos-i planted  abo'" ilO cli.tins wis. of tho s-*uth  p.\ corner of Section 24, Township 21, liio. co w<-.-i 80 ������������������lii-iii*-,  (.be.ice rouib 80 el..-iiii.j, theuce cast  60 chiiiiu-, thence i*oi tli 80 chaii-s  to place < f C'-iiiiiieiii-emeiit. ron*  ininiiiR (v4U acjei* rooit* or lo--'-.  Sciibed on po-t N-JB J ��������� Vn N.[i.  DnniiKAM Jamks Ta-kkh,  Dun Clark, u^ent  Dated Dtceml-er 1-lth, 1910.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Die'not of Rupert  TAKE notice thai Marpuerito  L*. itch uf Vancouver, B.C . olvu-  piittun Suiri-lady, intend*- lo apply  for permiEr-ioo io nurchape th-c following descri bed lnf.di-:  -  C-inune. cinj! ai a potU plained  at- lhe n'-rth eat-t corn- r of Sec ion  34, 'iVjwn.-5i.ip 20. ihenc-a wo-'l SO  chain*, ihence t-oinh 80 i haih-?,  tlience ea = i 80 ehaii'.*5, ihence north  SO cbnine lo pim-e of coii.mat'ce-  ment, co.'iluiinnj- 6-10 ������crc.-, mote  or lesH.  Scribed oh popf, M.L.'s N. E. cor.  MaHOL'KIUTE  I.l*ITCfIt  Dan. Chirk, Aj-ent.  Dated December Kith, 1910.  '"W" ���������* ��������������� -.*4i������-,n*fwi*>umam  HIGH GRADE* STOVES)  And ull' KITCHEN .'.UTLNSlLS |  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  jl ���������W'>%a������������*>>**rt^'^^^ w*^T^������/,*^^rf*i*rftb^M,.J^  j*.  to  FAIRFIELD   |  STORE :  J. JACK,   Pun.',  HUrKUTLAN.DI)lSTRIi.T  Uiotiiot ul' Hupeit  TAKE NOIK'Ktli t.J.miir'B.flilliaw,  of. Km-jona, KIoilui, en uiiiifbi*, iniiii b  t" apply for pi ruiiasinii t.i iiurcitia-ii thn  followuiK (lehcrilmii Iiini''-:���������Coinni no in;  it a jui-t |lna .il "J iiu'o-. WfKti of t,! o s'.E.  o-'rncroi .Sooi n -'ll, '''lowiinhip 2<i, ii^'iun*  iii.rth 40 ch i h, Ui no.i ������rat .SU olnti r,  llionc* BO'hh -i0 i-lu-i.i h, ihonuoo't Hil  lilii'ni'i in plnue uf iHUMiitiiceiiuiut, "oon-  tuini j>';i'20   acrcfl muro 'nr lotm,  Soribo.i on post. .1 H'a S;E, dor'ijr,  J AM US IllUUHIlAW,  inn Cl'irk, agon..  Datod D.'cewbi'r lOlh, IIJIO,       "  KUl'KUT LAND 1)1 STUICJT  District cf liiipurs.  TAKK NOTH ft tint. Uniiilos JihIboh  .Miin*i*, i f Uu.c'o.i, N.Y., lOL'it-d lum-  iii'i ni'duli* tn npp!> fur jwiiti'iriwiiia tn  pure .-vo i ht.- follo.nnn i|t,i?iiho*l 'anil :  (Ijnu. o ci- u nt ix punt i hinted ii nil en  wont ii tin SP, lori.or.of Si-eUoniVr.iW'ii  *-)iipi!0, tliiMico in rt ft.) ulnf-A, tljtune  riant Hi) ohiiiii , iliciiue tf.ir.|i8l) cliaiiiH,  thenou wini, So nluiini-i, t:i plum of o nnni-  uloom.ut. o-iiiiiii iiu* (lid Hiri*', ii'iiro or  ll)3t). ( ii.vui.nr Jiwno.v Mi.si-h  Sti' h-ul oil JioHt LMiU'm 8\\ oniiKir  Dm I'linr.v, Agont.  DalcilD ti'iu'ier HHi, I'.MU  RUPKRT LAND   DISTRICT  Diainet of  Rnqcrt  TAKE notice that Delia Brooke,  of    Vancouver.    \\.    C,    A'<irriod  woiniin, inieniU to npp'y   fur per-  mit-Mon to purchr-e  tie followinj-  dei-cri bed -la ml s:~-Cnui nienci fi g~.it  posl planted at tlm   northwest cor  n������*r of  Sec-lion    30,   Township   9.  tln'iice ea'M 80 chaini-, thence south  80 chains, ii e ce  wetu  SO chains.  (henci- norlh S'J chains to ��������� lace  of  oru neiiceineiit     contaii ing    040  acres moid or less.  Scribed on Pom D  H������- N. \V  ior.  Dki.la Brook?,  Dan Chirk, A^oiii.  Dated Dee-mbor 17th,��������� '1010.  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice ih.i Edna Fisher  Sppncer of Al'-med:*, Cal., married  wir'mhn, intends to apply for permission to puri'hai-e tiie foljowing  descrilw-d laiids:���������  Cotrirri(-r.ciii*k; at a post planted  at the south west corrcr of Section  2 Town-diip 21, tbi-ix-p ea*-t 80  chains, thence nn'th SO ch.-iins,  therco wesi SO chains, ihence fontb  80 chaii'S.io |ilaco r,f coninierc---  ment, (.nniaiijio^ (540 acre.*- moie or  lew".  Scr-hed oo post E F.F.V S W.c������ r.  J"|i)NA^jpmj_L_l_Ti!_j__:iyj   I)a11 ("laik. A_ient.  Di'.ted De-ember llhh. 1910..  It  Xl>  ft  (to  SI _. P  au f  C DnnPtnuir Avo.   (himherbin.l rt  ���������*} (At  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco  Vancouver Ice Cream,  ***������������������*+* aavm^a*m-im'ima^m*\mw'rmmwm  mnnMnwywurt  <&#������}*4r$<><teWr*><r<<>������ft*i'<m>'t-m*<t,t  p.  n  'I  Dealer in  ALLKIXDS OV  rruit, t-ndy igars |  Cigarettes & Tobacco/  ^ Ihnio'.a Hloclc,  |    CUiMRlvRLANI), B.C.  llUIMflUrJ-ANDmSTUIOl'  Dimri������t if Kii|j.it.  TAKR NOT I IK tliiiiiliorifoC'IrtiiH L%.  rootjiio Milkr, n( v'ntoiiiivr, H.O., nu'eh-  aiiioKleituJincr,inlti-.tlato apply f< r pirni'n  uiim 'o pu'iiniiro tha Miowi'i,' <li-or hml  liiiirtni���������Uiinniiicb I*������'. a p-.'t (���������Iniili-d om  milr 1'iuii ol llin Mirlh*eai/coruei'ot n-c[.  irm If-*, Towi chip (l, thonco ra-it fid nlinJ^t*,  ihe'*ce hoi "h -10 ������|piii*i, tho'isu wt Bu  eluil'������R, thonco I'liinh -i'i iIi'Ihh-Ih plnuu  of fxiinnuMiciviii'iit, coatninii'B SI20 *.i)rO',  mo'ii nr U-a*.  Surilmil on l-nut (ICI M'n 8\V onrlicr.  liiiOKiiit UntrvH Lauihhjuk Mii.i.kii,  Dun CUrk, AkoiiL  Dal.'fl Pe ornhi'r 20)h, 1010,  RH-P.UT f.VV'^ DT������TnKT.  '!'ii>*l*icl "I   Ri'.| c;t.  TAK I'i iioMiv thu I! ii'i'v P'Hicn  Archilinl i ni' V 'i.fiv������-. r, i' ('. '*'!-  Kiiivr, i'-h'i il- t * up, |i tor , i* inis  sion to p'lichasij 'In* fn.low.i," do  scribed ii.iu1":- -I'mmiii'iicl*!*. a tx  po.-i jii.iii'e I i-i'.ii.-n. i iHihi i 10 M  L(*Oi������oh'm -nn1 hv, "st foi.c, t'lfiiin*  norlli *I0 i-lni i-, iheii t> \vo*t, '10  clni'iis, ilifiuii otiuth I') ei.ain-.  thence ������*nM ID ejtnins tn phi o of  cointiH.iii on.cn*. coiiiuiiii;.:' 1(10  ncn-s, mor or lc*.i  ^urioi'd on it n II.P.A ' S '������������������'. cor  Il.vunv Patikn Aii'iini.vi.n,  Dan Chfk, .iireiit.  D������ed })q*  mi., JDJ0,  IIUI'KHT LANIi UlSI'UICT    .  Diutricfc of Hupert.  TAKE NOTICK  thnt   E-lw-.n!  D.. Iu>,  nf liiiii,'liiiinli.-n. NY. io cluiiku.in c. ilu to  apply.fur- pcriuissioirto purc'iai-o too fol-  lowiin ilnSRi'ilifiii hinil,*:~(Ji ni'noiu'innc nt  u p st [ituiuil -2  milo-    wt-t-L    nt    inn  uouth oimt en in r uf S oii n 2-t, Tn-umhip  ���������Jo, heno-j w������ t Sll olui'i-i',  ih-ucti   Minth  HD clininu,   thenoo oiat 80   ohuiiif, thtneo  nui'tli 80 eh -.i^ tu pl*o������ of ooiiimeiisoinuiic,  ouiitui iiiii,i'fl-10i4ijri'H, uiom or hm.  Sunliiiil on p.'Ht ED'n N.B, oorniir  hmvAiu- Uykk.  Dan Clark, Aj-ont.  DuU'fl Dn omher 19th, H)I0.  uuj'EiTr 1^'FbMiuacJr  DUtriot of Iluport.  TAKR NOTIOK th.tTluimrw Frriltrlok'  Tniiliur, of Viinciiuv������r, \f,V., tolograph  njii'r tm, inti'iidH to ft|������ply for peinili-  Hnm to i uruh.iso I hn f iliowini* dcHorlbod  laiiilsj-GiuHiaenoing nt a |nmt pluntuil nt  tho "norih wo.t cornui- if 8 o'ion IH, l'o*n  -liipi). thonco nouth 80 ohulnn, thmue  eitkt 80 uh inn, thonoo nor h 80 (llminn,  tiiM. eo wot 80 nlmi h fn p!*i<*_*. f on i -  inn'U'onr.ont, coata ling lUo itcrofl, mora  ul*  h-MH.  t-crihoil on pn������t 'I KI'V N.W   a riicr.  Tiiomah .FncuKiueic I ahkkh,  Din dak, Aitont.  I)it.(l D'lon.hfr V,)lh, 1010  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Distiict. of Rupr-rl.  TAKE notici* thai Ha idee Ashhy  of Vanoouvor, R.C , niarr't-d woman  inti-nds lo ap;dy lor pi-nrii-.-ion to  puichafe the followii.^ do cm bed  lands: -  Conm:c--citi^ at a p s;. jlaived  nt. lhe south easi coiner of Section  ", Tnwn.-hip 21, thence* no-ih 80  chuii'P, Ihenro west 80 chains,  tl croee south 80 chains, thetuo  I'l-st 80 chfiin.*- io plac.i ot com  meiii-oi'iio'il, cnniaiiiing fi-JO acres  more or less  Scribed on post. II.A.'s S.K, cor,  IlAinKK Ash my  D.-tn Clark. Agent.  Da led Decern h*r Hltb, 1010.  GoojVa Cotton Root Compound  hp ftroitt Ulorlro Ton|<*, *ii������ci  ily ,1-jilfj  oilMuuJ MontliJv  ., Tup frroitt Ulcrlrn Ton <*, ������iiiil  'Only i-nifj oiltw-tiioJ Montlily  iltotnilriluron whlcp \rnmen can  ,..^^,.1..... .,.. .......ii ....man villi  iloixnit. fiilil lu tlirw* ilM-rt'ou  of Ntrontrth~No. l, fl | No. '<,  It)iKt'w* Htronirw. 13* Np. Il,  **     *T rer mw-oln! onuoK, *5 pot bra.  i *m_Jri BoM by all tfrniwwU, or ������������.������  vfi      rroprit'l oil  rixxilpt *t pHo*  ���������Jflfl������JJtttCIH������C5-T0RWT0.0HT. ijormcrtuiT<fA*.J  f^J,-l,'I,,I'*i-,*|*'{',i������|������l'4*IH^l,*WHr*WH'  Tl  0  0  I  in  f  *)  T3  O  O  lv  <  CD  Iff**!  mm  r.  C  co  ���������   amat  u,  tn  a   a*m*.  KUPBRT J.AN.D DISTRICT  fiUtiict of Ruiuit,  TAKK KOnO-R'thnt* Lillien Skopnnrd,  nf Mncouvr, 11,0.. mfirrinl wi-nvnv in-  tunils to ii,.ply for pernij'.-.i.., to pmi-.Ikj-o  the follow ii g cl fliuihed Inie-Ht-C .inm������������n  oihk at a pom pi nut fl nt tho n������u������h print  o. rn r nf (Virion '2-1, Township 21, Ihuiio/  north 80 chninn, thenou , wi st tJO cliriinR,  fhtmofl eou'h SOolniin-, .htnn-t*. i*���������Kt SO  oh inn In i'i .oo ������f mminnioi c. m.i t, cu..  Ui oik- liitO iuiri>i, men* tu- Ii*m.  So-.bid on p st. l,fi'ri ft.K, ooru������r-  Lillian Min*TAiir>.  Dfit-ilDrnenihor 13 h, IO.Ci,  I      <%  (3  r  i  c  \i  tm  a  0  o  CO    CJ  >  ___   w  *** *mt  B   c  4-1  I'u  4-1  tf.  w  V  c/3  <  fc/5  \*i  u  ri  CD  mmi  mm ,  ���������y \-*  v o  r**i Um  RUPKRT LAN I) DIMTUICT  Diet riot ot Rupert,  TAKK NOTKJK thai, Wiilin.iitVii-lmr.n  ^hepjuril, f f V.uico.ivar. H. O., o������l>-  ilicl, nmlofr, inlo til.i 11 Hp|ily fur pein.in.  hIhh ti puic-iinui 'hu f(iho*jii'������ flm<i.*rilio(l  IuiiiJi : CoiiI'iciioIiIk ii- ii p st jVniurd hho  iniln wnu. if Mi* fiiDMieim- enrner el' .S������t������  Ihm 24, Tninhlp 21. thenot. i.erih Wl  oHr-if', thfriwi we.o W elinirm, therco  non h.SOolini ������, Ihinici en t ^O'h.iinii tn  pUiio of ���������'ontrnm.i'onnoiit, cnnt.-iioiog 610  tori", morn i.r o h.  Siiribcil on pel \V W S'ii ���������*? 13, owner.  WlLI-IAU W liniA?,'SlII'.I'lMMI),  I mi tllniii, .ii-wit.  Dnhdri-cinitioi- 1,1th, Khii,  TnJN-"i'ril;'Nril)u"il           Di,������ln'i.t or Rii| nt,  TAKF. NOTfOK   tluf Willhim Kord--  rlokTu-lirtr. of Vi.ik*"i>v>*i H.(?. minutii'iiir  fin vrtv,.r\, I... *��������� '   ..;;;|:> i���������  ,���������.,.,,,,,���������  tft \iittt.'\MX"fi thf* f II* wi (.- in'i'f������ ilv*-1 lmid*:  ������'oiiiim*iioihk nt   ������   pixt  plni nv. tihniif, 1  Iltllo ���������Dr.'  Ol   1,1 Iri   I'.MlllWtht  Clll.ii-r    f*f   Ul   ���������������  ti������*n IH. T.iU'ih'ip 0, 0 <������*'<>.-list HO c.ifijn.i  tl*n"-ui' r-oiUn HI. i lir-i" , lh"'o- vd>t SO  nhnlni.ihi'i oi imr h fr) i h.o >, ���������.��������� vlfeiof  ennimi'iir* nvio, wn tnlnir.ii dux ���������,,,. ���������  tnoMi or Im������,  Herl-'Oil '-a pn.l. WKT'.i S.W. or.rner,  William Kr.Knuic-K Ta>ki'.k,  Dau (,'l.ir'i, A_onf  HnM I) enml.fr lfl������h,  I'.Wl.  HUI'Kl.ThANDI)I.SrniCr  l)inl--iiv of Uni ell.  TAKK NOTIOK thnt ImU.-1.-i Menk-  lo������������i', m| Vtuuiiiivor, H. I!,, ���������rh'ti  el rk. intoruU to npily for p< nni������ftinn io  ������������������urehiisn iho follow ug d"*e.ihnl '������rd-:*���������  ('nn niiiiciiii. ������t r* pint p| ni ml ������t (lu> n.p h  wen in<u������r rf :-'ut .it 35, Township 2<������,  Uim e������ riniilh <10 oiinint*. llio re a:ttt $(.  flitint, llet.or north 80 eluinn, tlnreo  '.���������.tilt l;0 ih i ���������������, U> I'Uim if <\irutnf������nof������.  inei.t, eoi'tiiiriinif 0lli������i'r(K,tno tu I������m������,  Hurlb*.*'t mi piml tWr, N \V, coru������r.  lr..tlil.l.l.A .MilVKIIOOlIK,  Dan t lnrk, AlcdI,  D.tcdUttvtidMr lClh.  1UI0.  !{4^44^|^I-l44^4-H-H44-������ THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  NO HOSPITAL FOR  MR. LAWLER  HE TOOK  GIN  PILLS  Tf you ever hear anyone say thnt  llheuinatism can't be cured, ask them  if thoy have over tried GIN PILLS.  Or ask them to write us for proof'Hhat  GIN PILLS have cured hundreds and  hundreds, of eases of Rheumatism,  Sciatica, Lumbago, Pain iu the Back  nnd other troubles caused by weak-  kidneys or Bladder.  Rheumatism   can   bo   cured���������is  being cured every day���������by GIN PILLS.  Here is the   best   kind     o������    proof:  OGDKN, N.S.  "I- have been troubled with Rheumatism so bad that 1-could not work.  A doctor tended me and told me to go  to the hospital but all to no Rood until a friend told me to try GIN PH_I.������.  I.did so and nfter taking a few" boxes,  am pefecllv well."  I); J. LAWLER.  Take GIN"PILLS on our positive  ���������guarantee that they will cure you or  money refunded. 50 cents a box���������6  for $2.50. Order from us'if your deal-  or cannot supply them. Sample box  free, if you write us. National Drug  and Chemical Co., Dept. N. U��������� Toronto. v 50  The original  Oln Pills made by  National DruKAnd  Chemical Co. of  Canada Limited,  Toronto, are sold  only in thia box.  Paving  the  Way  At a political meeting a very enthusiastic German made,, a speech beginning like this: 0  "My dear fellow-citizens und fellow  Shermans, I don't vaiit to .say nod-  ���������dings about nobody, but look at dem  Irish in de Tenth v-fa^l;., what have  vley got? Paved streets! Und vot  liave we-got? Mut! Mut! Now, my  'fellow-citizens unci fellow Shermans,  ������������������rot I vish to say is dis: Coom, let us  put our heads together und make a  block pavement."���������The Housekeeper.  "Grameroy���������'!" exclaimed Sir William de Willingbam. "Likewise, Oh  Fiddlesticks! and Go to! May I  ������casp to exist, but that youngest bom  of yours is a terror!"  "''Out upon thee! to speak so of thy  precious; tootsums," rejoined the Lady  ���������de Willingbam. "In what way annoys lie thee?"  "Ever since his arrival," answered  Sir William, "the little fiend has in-  -variablyj-dono���������me- out���������o������_a_niglit_'s,  slo.cp.'  It is probable that many queens' of  the kitchen share the sentiment good-  -rmturcdly. expressed by a Scandinavian servant, recently taken into the  service of a young matron of Chicago.  The youthful assumer of household  ������ares was disposed to be a. trifle patronizing.  "'Now, Lena," she asked' earnestly,  *"'ire'you a good cook?" ���������'  "Ya-as, 'm, I tank so," said the  ���������girl, witli perfect naivete, "if you vill  not try to help me."���������Lippincott's.  Seif Evident  "Why is it thnt wo never hear anything about the wife of Atlas, the man  who had the world on his shoulders?"  "There was no Mrs, Atlas. If thoro  Yins been, do you suppose that it  would have been permitted him to  create the. impression that the entire  burden rested on him."���������Chicago-Record Herald,  Anothor  Micawbor  ���������"Thank heaven, those bills are got  Tid of," said Bilkins, fervently, as he  tore up a bundle of statements of accounts dated Oct. 1,  "All paid, eh." snid Mrs. Bilkins.  ���������"Oh, uo," said Bilkins,   "The duplicates dated Nov. 1 have eomo in and  j" don't have to keen these any long-,  ���������cr."���������Harper's Weekly.  '���������"Hourly" Exhibitor at 1?. A .--"And  ���������nli���������dn vou'Uko .our little show as  well as the Salon of Paris, mademoiselle?"  Vi������Hor--"Oh, rnuoh, hettaire."  FA'bihit(ir--"V:eiilly? I'm delighted.  And why, nnrtifMilnrly?"  Visitor "There is so much less pic-  chnires!"---Piuieh,  Tho Minute Man  Tommy���������"My gran'pii wu/, in th"  <nivil Wm-, an' he lost a leg or an arm  in every battle he IM in !"  .Tohnnv-"fii'e ! How many battles  wns he in?"  Tommy���������"About forty." -- Toledo  Vllarle.  IF ENGLISH LEFT INDIA.  Conflicting   Races   and   Sects   Would  Rend   Each   Other.  'IV the old Sikh, with, his family'  tradition of war, the lure of youns.  Bengal has as yet little attraction,  "Thu English beat us, and ive and  they beat 'the Poorbeahs; now who','are  the Bengalis that they should preach  to men of the sword? V>c know our  masters, with whom we share tne  army."  So when he talked it ovor with me  a-i au old friend, the spirit-,of the  Khalsa, which irom a sect had be-'  come a soldiery of the Wallenstein  type, rung out ruthless, forgetting the  plough and the prize seed-corn.  "Pull, Bengal!" quoth lie; "if the  English leave the country we would  see to it'tout there: be neithera merchant nor a virgin left in Bengal in  a month." '.From which saying, again,  1 saw why India needs the English,  chatter the H.A.'s-never so wisely.  The good English must keep the peace  for the millions wlio cannot keep it  for themselves .  It was only a year ago that I chatted with some Afghan friends settled  within the British border for at least  fifty years before that same border  became aritish.  ., "What," 1 asked, "would you do if  the Sirkar left the land?"  My friend was a civil officer of a  subdistriet who helped the English  magistrate preach trade and agriculture; with him was1 his younger brother, a'resalder in the 15th Cavalry;  a third brother was also in the same  regiment. "Ho! ho! Sahib," laughed he. "What would we.do, eh? 1 will  tell you. Afzul here, and young Wali  Dad, who is with his regiment, wf*  should raise fifty of our own arid our  fathers' retainers, Ali'zais and Ganda-  purs, and we should ride straight for  Bickaneer."  "Ah," said I, in my ignorance,  "why for Bickaneer?"  "Because," said my friend the benevolent magistrate, "in Bickanee)* city  all the rich Hindu merchants keep  their treasure."  "Yes, indeed," said the cavalry  brother, "and tjie Hindu banniah women are the finest in India."  And once again 1 saw clear that a  country uf conflicting races and religions needs a rule that has at its back  the drawn sword and the galloper  gun.���������From The Keys of all the  Creeds,  in The Cornhill  Magazine.  BINDERS  More Crop, More Money,   Less Wages, Less Wear  SEE THE  BINDERS  DEALER  t "__ "I  believe that the great body of  j English  people are gentlemen'," says  a speaker,  j    Our experience has been that fully  half of them are ladies.���������Tit-Bits.  HOW TO OBTAIN  A GOOD COLOR  Ladder as a Pit Boy.  The famous artiste's recent appeal  on behalf of the pit ponies recalls the  fact that he started life as a pit boy  and for years worked as a miner. He  afterwards eked out a precarious livelihood by appearing at small local  -concerts,_siug-song8,_and~the~.like-in.  his native Scotland. Between now  and then, with a rapidity hardly  equalled, Lauder has made himself  a name to conjure with in the music-  hall world. With two or three performances every night, not to speak  of royalties on his enormously popular songs, he now makes an income  which a prosperous barrister might  envy; but, ''so far as I am concerned,"-he once, declared, "I find that  money makes no difference whatever,  save that when I. want a thing I can  walk into a shop and get it. It's a  pleasant difference, 1 grant you;, but  ��������� a. man's a man for a' that'."  British Military Bulls.  Some queer, quaint efforts, at  composition have been made by  British officers. A certain major ordained this: "Reveille will be at 3.30  a.m. The brigudo will parade at 4  a.m. The brigade will move at 4.15  a.m, The sun will rise at 5 a.m."  It was during the guerrilla war of  1901-2, after the building of the block-  houses, that it became necessary to  check the habit of the men of sleep,  ing outside the blockhouses for the  mike of coolness and comfort. A certain staff oflicer thereupon issued the  following quaint order: "No one ia  permitted to sleep outside tho blockhouses except the sentries." Though  the intention of this order is clear,  its phraseology is not, "Men on outpost, duty are forbidden to strilto  mutches on the sky line."���������London  Standard.  No   Wonder  "Ml''-', liiiye- "She is simply nuid ou  the subject ol genus, and sdei'iliy.ii*.  nnd  filler*- overvthiiit.  in the hoimo."  "How fkifs Hhe got, along with her  family?"  "'Oh, even her rehilioiiH are  strained. "-Til-Bits,  No Improvements  Johnny "They're making   shingles  TMekey���������"! don't, mind that so  vnuch, hut it iiiiiw over gets n pair o  ���������eomont, (dippers I'm going to run  awav."---Br'inklvn Life.  Australian Savngos' Delicacy.  A delicacy of Australian savages is  the flesh of snakes which, with the  exception of tin- liver, is too dry and  j tasteless  to  appeal   to  civilized   pub  I ates.      Meat is  usually  bnked  in  u  I primitive  oven,  hiade  by  digiJinK  a  I nolo about n foot deep in the ground.  In the hold is built a (Ire which is  , I'overi'd with stones.   When the atones  , have hecoiui! very hot the lire Is ex-  . fingiiishod and the stuiies are cover-  ! ed with ureeti  leaves,  in  which  the  ! mout is placed,   The hole is then III].  : ed with earth  nnd  is not re-opened  : until the time determined for the conic.  I lug of the meat bus elapsed.  A TREATMENT TO RESTORE THE  BLOOD  SUPPLY THAT  HAS  BEEN MOST SUCCESSFUL  There is only this to tell people  who are pale, weak aud bloodless.'  You are pule, and weak because you  haven't enough hlood and you won't  be better until your blood supply is  increased. You should not lose any  time in increasing your blood supply,  for ,'people "who negleet anaemia, often .-slip "into a deadly decline. When  you have increased your blood supply you can reasonably expect, to  have a good color, to have lost that  tired, breathless feeling-, to have,, a  goorl appetite and get good nourishment from your food. Now the only  quick a;id always effective way to get  a supply of new, rich, red blood is to  take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Every  dose helps to make now blood, and  this new blood coursing through the  veins, brings health and strength to  every organ and every part of the  body, milking weak, ailing people,  bright, active and strong. This has  been proved in thousands of cases of  which the. case of Mrs. George Clark,  Abottsford, B. C, is a fair sample.  Mrs. Clark says: "After spending  two years and six months-in a hospital training for a nurse, I began to  fail in health, was very pale and the  least exertion would leave me out of  bre'ath. ..After graduating I caine to  British Columbia to take up my profession as a private nurse. The first  case I took I found I was not able  to go on with my work. Doctors'  tonics failed me. and acting on my  own judgment I purchased a supply  of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Before I  had finished them I was really sur-.  prised at the result. The color came  back to my face. 1 gained in strength  and by 'the time I had used nine  boxes I was hack ,at my work as a  nurse. I have since married,''������������������hut  still have mv friendly feeling for Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills.''  __Sold_bv all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Let no day .end with your books unbalanced.  Minard's   Liniment Cures  Distemper.  The man with one idea, like tho  parent with one child, pampers it and  spoils it.  Warts on the hands is a disfiniiremeiit  that troubles many Inflios. tlolloway's  Corii Core will remove the blemishes without pain. 0  Old friends are best, not because,  they aro old, but because they aro  friends.  EFFECT   OF   THE  TARIFF ON PRICES  Not  FJavorod to Taste,  "It's the insects," complained tho  amateur gardener. "They destroy all  my radishes, and try a* I may I can't  exterminate them."  "Best remedy I know," said tho  friend, "is to lay salt between thn  row*-.   Never been known U> fail."  "Woll," said the friend when next  they met, "nnd did. you try thn unit  on those -insects;*''  ��������� f.i.  I'plied  <vlh<  '''.  ii lbs  next morning the little beggars wero  nulling up the riulishes, dipping them  in tho salt ami eating them by-the  scon-."���������London Id ohm.  \m iiro**bftt.K.  Thn grosbeeks of South Africri, ara  an extremely social bird, nnd live iu  inrgo communities. They choose a  tree of considerable am and then entirely cover it with grass, making a  roo! thoroughly impervious to rain  iiini nun, -tiul .m������ voinplelely woven.  into the foliage of the tree, as to re.  siH any wind short of tx hurrir-am*.  Half they live in numbers of live  to six hundred, the ne*ts hidug built  in rows like xlreut!*, ninl look very  much like city ti*iu-nii*ut ln>usi!.-i.  Practice Targets.  Vrnclit-i* turif������������������!.*< b.-ive Iw.-n  Adopted  for the British navy built up of many  platan M steel, any of which oan bt  tumayly  a-jili-una wheu damaged.  Canadian    Manufacturer    Does  Impose on the Duties  An erroneous impression exists in  tho minds of many, Western people,  that the. manufacturer of Canada  takes advantage of the tariff by raising his selling price by the, full  (iniount of the duty, with which ho  it protected from foreign competition.  Facts show that the Canadian niiinu-  fiicturer docs not, anil could not safely, do such a thing. The home innnu-  f'neturer, to-day, does seven times ns  much business in Canada ns the foreign manufacturer. Would the fnctor.  ie.s of Cnnnrln he able to secure that  much more business thnn the keen  foreign competitor if prices were so  inflated? No they would not nnd  the main purpose of the tariff is not  to rob, but to protect.  Thnt the mnnUfneturer should he  able to improve the quality of his  product and at tho same time reduce  the price to the consumer mny nt lirst  seem incredible, hut it nil hinges upon the output. Kvery inanufiie-  luring operation whether large or  small involves a certain amount of  stntioni.ry overhend expeiiHe including  snob items its rent, bent, light, insur.  nnce, taxes, olllee expenses, superintendence, etc. If these expenses have  to be met nut of the retnriiH from a  small output if follows thnt the pro.  ���������portion curried by eneh unit, of production will be enmpiirntively blub.  But if on the other hiitvl tliey can  be spread over n large output, Ihen  ihe proportion carried by each unit  of product ion mny become insignificantly small. Generally speaking,  the larger the, output the lower the,  cost ot production and the cheaper  the price to the consumer, hence the  ...'-...,.'..',".��������� '���������'-'. '���������'��������� t'triff "h-lfb "Of-nroo  the home market, or nt lenst the  hulk of it to the homo miiiiufiio-  turer,  A few examples will tuilTloe to ih  lust rate how this work.** out. Iu 1A78  a Canadian company began the mnini-  {.w.t,,..,. ���������i l,n_f������f������lri������ To 1R70 tbey <-nld  all told about .'I buggies, for which  fanners paid them from SIM to $170  each. T.nat year In various kinds of  wheeled vehicles they had nn output,  of 15,000 nnd were a hln to offer the  farmer for $P*5 n fnr belter buggy than  the one he used to have to pay $170  jor. In 1m7m the price ut Migar was  nine and ten cents a pound retail;  tinhiv it in under five eeuta. The  best "hinder in MilB. sold nt from $270  to $.100; today the fnrmer gets a  lighter and more compact hinder thnt  will last longer for $l2.r*. In 1������H,  single renperft retniled in Ontario nt  from $100 to $10.r>; today tiie best  s en pet mUiU at from f'������0 fo VVi. .  CHASING THE CHEESE.  Whitsun Frolic That Has Been Kept  Up for a I ong Time.   ���������  In the nooks and corners of England are yet to he found some survivals of quaint customs datinc bnck  to the dim and distant past. Monday  -nw one of'thorn in Gloucestershire,  for, the first Monday ���������' in .luno is a  feiiernl holiday '* known ns Whit  Monday.  The visitor who found his way on  that day to the bountiful Cotswold  Hills joined in an exciting sport  which, with its iitteiuhnt merrymaking round the Maypole, ha? been  kept up since the il'ivs of .lames I,  Rising i-liiirr.ly from the little village  of Bock worth is Cooper's Hi'.l. from  whose summit. ���������' an elevation of  nine hundred feet, can hi* -i-oii n  magnificent panorama to the, Malvern  Hills, and the distant Welsh nioun-  tains.  To this breezy eminence every  Whit. Monday come large numbers of  spectators from far nnd near,' eiurer  to witness, or to take part in. the  famous eheese-fiilling competition  down tho steep hilb'de; At n given  signal, several of Gloucester's, far-  famed clieoses arr> set rolling from  the summit, ind thnn ensues a mod  "ohfi.se for their caoture hy the men  and bovs'nf the "district and nny "f  the . onlookers'.'who" are mliciently  reckless to join in the pursuit. ."He;,  ter-skelter they rush down the hill,  many lose their foothold and roll  over and over in their frant'c efforts  to captu.re the prize.  To the sti'iinwr the sport nnnnnrs  rather dangerous to life and limb,  but thp local people/,take''it-nil as a  mnttef of course, and make light of  bruised shins and a f������w bumps on  the cranium. ..Bump, bump.'- hiimn,  with terrific bounds, go the cheeses  down the hill"; and so steep' is th*  descent that.it is seldom ti chf*e?e \\  caught by ,a pursuer unless it happens to lodge against som*** obstacle.  Amid shrieks of laughter, and the.  shouts and cheers of the crowd, thi*  competitors rush down to tin* picturesque villnire nestling at the foo������;  of the. declivity. Many a time have  the cheeses bounded clean over th*������  roofs of the houses into the' village  street, impelled bv the imnetus gathered, in their headlong descent.  Whitsuntide   is   honored   in   many  J2iae������^by___the__,!__^}sjon_j^j_j)no or_  two special dishes, the recocnized  dainty for the spiisoii from time immemorial being gooseberries nnd  custard. The custard of E'.iz'-l-ethsiM  days, however, was a very different  thing from its namesake of to-day.  It was then a rich open nie, containing meat.or fruit, ns well as a preparation of milk,( eggs, sugar, and  'spiceV'' "  Iri some districts cheesecake is thr*  accepted dish at this season. But,  whatever its form, milk food has  always been considered appropriate  to,Whitsuntide; its whiteness having  no" douht a symbolical reference to  "White-Sunday," in days when more  attention .was paid to the teaching  and observance of both feast and  festival.,'"  Always That Danger  "Ah, proud beauty!" exclaimed little Sniffkins, "you return my love now.  but let me tell you, I will iiot always  be a clerk, 1������������������"      '     <  ���������'That's so," interrupted the heartless girl,, "you'may lose your job,"���������  Catholic Standard and Times.  \ scifo and suro medicino for a child  troubled with worms is Mother Graves'  Worm Kxtorminntor,  !    Country Visitor���������What's for break-  j fast?   '     '   ' - ���������'"������������������"'".  j    Waiter���������Porridge,, soles, kidney nnd  bacon, grilled ham, sausages, chops,  steak and tomatoes.  Country Visitor���������Right!    I'll have  what you mentioned���������and some, eggs!  ���������London Opinion.  -1,7  W. N. U., No. 856.  Prince Arthur as Footman.  Prince Arthur of Connaught, or  "young Arthur," na he is usually  known about the court and to his intimate friends, was once stationed at  Aldershot,, where some engagement  had prevented' him from, changing  into the prescribed uniform before  going to a state ball,       ,  Consequently he turned up in a suit  of ordinary dresR-clothes. One of the  ladies���������she is fairly well known in  society���������wns departing, when sho saw  what sho took to ho one of the court  footmen, and ordered him, in none  too polito terms, to find her carriage  for her.  His roynl hichnoss foil into the  spirit of the joke, and "promptly did  as he was told, The lady's carriage  was summoned, when, to his utter  listonishiriest, she pressed half ti  sovereign into his palm, remarking,  "I know 1 am qullo wrong in doing  Hint, but don't say n word nbout it;  [ hope you will shortly improve your  position I"  On a Grain of Wheat,  Prayers have boon written nnd  engraved oh many very smnll objecti,  but only onn person ovor has- beon  patient nnd pninsttiklng enough to  inscribe n complete prnynr on n grain  of whent, One dny Sir Mohor Monte,  (lore received n small tin box in thi  mail. On the cover of the box wnu  written, "A prnynr for Sir Moi*e*  Monteflnre, hy Bunch Mordecni, son  of 5.i>bi Hirseh ScliPinemnnn, of Jerusalem." The box contained a single  grain of wheat, on whicli were Inscribed, In ehnrneters so small that  they could only he read with tho aid  of a powerful microscope, the 3Rrt  Hebrew letters of the prayer, and tho  date of the year (Hebrew reckoning),  r>(M5. Sir Moses kept tho prayer in  !,!.> i.iiv.,1. dv.,1; ur.ti! he died, end  It, is now prusorvod with religious earn  hy ono of hiu friends.  From "Boilermaker to Premier.  The Hon, J. 8. T. MeOowon.   tho  Labor l'remh*r of NeW| South WaleA,  lyX-iri     rni-Tni'ly     nrrivod    In    Ivnclimfl  ���������-peaks with pride of the good influence of hii������ father and mother. The  latter was at one tlmo n Manchester  mill girl, while M������ father wan tx  young Liverpool workman, earning  ,'IU--. per week, Thn two emigrated to  Australia, Mr. MeOowon being born  nt *-ea in the way to that colony, At  fifteen lie wns npprentieed to a boiler,  maker, nml m<oii became uu iirdciit  trade unionist. For twenty yearn he  hns played a prominent part ns rt  Inltor lender und politician. He hn.*i  nddresni'd n.������ many n*������ 70.000 people  in the suburb]* of Sydney in one  night. But he limi not given all hi*  tinit* to ]������ulitu-������. l-'ov thirty year* utit  of the fifty-six year* of his life he hiu  been a Sunday school worker.  MINARD'S LINIMENT, CO., Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������This fall I got thrown  on a fence and hurt my chest very  had, so I could not work and it hurt  me to breathe." I tried all kinds of  Liniments and they did me no good.  One bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT warmed on flannels and applied on my breast cured me completely. ,  '������������������ C. H. COSSABOOM.  Rossway, Digby Co., N.'S.  Sure Reutrn  "Out to luncheon���������back in five min-  utes," read, the sign, on the door.  "Are you sure he will get back that  soon?" asked the anxious,caller.  "Yes'm," said the wise'office boy.  "He ain't got the price of ton minutes' lunch in his clothes."���������Toledo  Blade.  i  Minard's  Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  The body of a guide who lost, his  life in the Alps twenty-two years ago,  has been found, in the ice, in a state  of perfect preservation,  Tho transition from winter's cold to  summer's heat frequontly puts a strain  upon. the system Unit produces internal  complications, always painful and often  serious. A common form of disorder is  dysentery, to which many arc prone In  tho spring and -suminer. The very best  medicine to use in subduinc this painful  ailment i* Dr. J. D. KoIIobr's Dysentery  Cordial. It is a standard remedy, sold  everywhere.      ,-.  "My daughter's piano lessons have  been a'great expense to me."   '-That's  i so?   Did some neighbor sue you?"���������  'Toledo Blade.  "I have a cook that took a college  course in domestic science last summer."  "You seem enthusiastic, Mabel."  "Yes; I find we', belong to the same  secret society."���������Washington Herald.  The female house fly lays from.,120  to 150 eggs at a time, and these mature in two weeks, Under favorable  conditions tbe descendants of a single  pair will number millions in three  months. Therefore all housekeepers  should commence using Wilson's Ply  Pads early in the season, and thus,  cut off a large proportion of the summer crop. ������  "It isn't equitable."  ,.. 'JWhat's, the  trouble?".:  "A divorce costs a great deal inore  than a marriage license." .  How Would You Like  To Freeze to Death this Winter?  ci  That may happen if you do hot arrange for at least a portion of your  coal supply now.  The Miner's Strike is Still Unsettled.  Owing to the long peitiod of idleness there is now no stock of coal  available in the western towns.  When-the-eold-weather-beginsr-evcn-  if tlie mines are running full blast,  the output will not be sufficient lo  meet the requirements, and the car  supply will be another source of trouble owing  to  the  very  heavy grain  crop this year. Consumers should  therefore take warning and provide  against the inevitable scarcity of  coal for the reasons stated above, and  if you have no money, it will pay to  borrow it and buy a few tons now.  We are wholesale Dealers in Hard  ;and-Soft- Goal,- carrying -large-stocks-  at Port Arthur and Fort William for  shipment to all points on the C. P. R.,  C. N. R. and G. T. P.  If there is no retail dealer in your  | town write us at once���������  D. E. ADAMS COAL CO., Ltd.,  Winnipeg, Manitoba.  a   u\  CLOTHES'  INSURANCE-a, paid-up "policy"  ' against'  the  ordinary    troubles    ot  Wash-day���������is yours if you use  doesn't pay���������-It means to   you  loss of confidence and to  the Grocer   loss   of   a  customer.  Tliore   nro np   Washboards "just as good"    as   Eddy's  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  ���������ma  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada  We Carry in Stock Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our Stock.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  tho West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses,     t     :  Order From  Nearest Branch  i.j  I  \!  Appleford  Counter  Check  Book  Company,  Limited*  The beet equipped factory for producing Counter Check Books  in Canada.  Capacity  50, 000 ChcckBoola   -������������������' per Day*  We are supplying the Largest users of Counter Check  Books in Canada with our  IMPERIAL BOOKS."  (Net In th* Trust)  APPLEFORD COUNTER  CHECK BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED.  W������ win! puklHhirt to act is tut tgtnti In til Mtnlttba, SaikMchiwati,  AlWt** md Brlllih Columb-i tomtit WrlU ut Itr eondU'iont and prfca*  L ^^.^^HSIitA-Y. v'vuo /  ri  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  WE HAVE JUST ISSUED OUR  QUARTERLY  LIST OF  BOND  OFFERINGS-JLLY,   1911  It gives the income yields and full descriptions of a.������elected range  of GOVERNMENT, MUNICIPAL. PUBLIC UTILITY, RAILROAD and INDUSTRIAL BOND INVESTMENTS.  We shall be plecsed to send a copy on request.  Domdhoti Securities Srporatiozi  EftKINO  ST EAST     ,  TORONTO*  LIMITED.  LONDON.-ENG  CANADA LIFE C.UDC.  MONTREAL.  FOX & ROSS  Established 1887.  STOCK BROKERS  Members Standard Stock Exchange  MINING STOCKS BOUGHT & SOLD  Correspondence  Invited  43 SCOTT STREET, TORONTO  ,, Loyalty  "So lightning struck Speeder's  ���������automobile?"  "Well, Speeder claims it was his  .automobile that struck the lightning."  WHEN   PASTURE  IS  POOR  The advantages of a good pasture  ���������can be replaced by the regular use  oi Herbageum.    Ut has   been   used  SMALL AND JOLLY.  Keg  .and tested for about twenty-five years i tions  of  the  coronation  season   w  .tnih/.iU      -foilii **n      tt,HU    '_���������._->-..__��������� nnulci    -'    ^11 f ���������i..������_������ "���������__������������������       _! I _>       Dlixna.l An^C fKfl       nOlT  Titled  Guests  Drew  Beer From  and Smoked Clay Pipes.  Tired of primping and posing and  preening, \yearied ofoits, maudlin  maunderings, society sepals to be returning to prosaic ways of seeking,  mere pleasure, without which ita  -���������curse would be indeed barren, Haw  ing run the gamut of,monkey dinners  and being surfeited with wanton display, what could be more attractive  than to return to the ��������� mannerisms of,;  primitive society? Having gone the  limit in their upward course, why not,  frolic back to earth like any old skyrocket? ^ure enough I"  Whether through necessity or from  a lack of sense will never be known,  but one "of the queerest society'func-  as  Its Degree  Mrs. Blowit���������Are you planning an  expensive gown? *'!,: >"' -.���������,;  Mrs. Knowit���������Well, it will take at  leiist ��������� five courses and his favorite  dishes to get it.���������Harper's Weekly.  fho Pill That Brine* Relief .-When, after ��������� ono has partaken of a meal he iH  oppressed by feelings of fullness and  im ins in tho stomach he auft'era from  dyspepBia, which will persist if it.be not  dealt with. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  are the very best medicine that can be  taken to bring relief. Theso pills are  specially! compounded to deal with dys-  popsia, and their sterling- qualities in thi&  respect can be vouched for by legions of  users. "������������������'.��������� '���������'���������'.-(  Girl chums are almost as thick as;  a fat man. ���������    :>;    ���������;  THE RIVER NILE.  iVhen  Its Waters Turn Green Then  Comes the Welcom* Flood.  The "green water" of the Nile H'  quite a different thing from the green  water of the ocean, says the Scientific  American.  About April 15 the Nile begins' its  annual rise, and a month later the  effect is felt at Khartoum. A very  ������������������urious phenomenon accompanies  this increase in the appearance of  the "green water." ,  For a long time it was believed that  lhe color came from the swamps of  the, upper Nile, lying isolated and  sta<rnnnt under the tropical sun and  polluting the waters with decaying  vegetable matter. With the spring  rise this fetid water was supposed to  he swept into the, streams to make its  Hpnonrance in Egypt.  ; Within recent times, however, thia  theory has been abandoned. Now we  are advised the gr-en water is caused  by the .''presence of innumerable mini-  hers of microscopic algae, offensivo  to the taste and smell. They originate.away up in the tributaries and  are carried'to the Nile, where under  the hot sun and in the clear water  they increase with amazing rapidity,  forming columns from 250 miles to  500:miles in length.  Tlu> weeds continue to grow, die  and decay until the turbid flood waters put them to an end, for they can-  not exist except in clear water.  Offensive as, in some respects, the  green water is, it is hailed  with delight   by   the    Egyptians,   since   its  appearance   :'--   a.   sign   of   the   real.  Hood,time and the close of the water!  famine. ��������� - ���������;  THE BLACK PROBLEM.  without failure with horses, cows, fat  .cattle, sheepii'pigs and poultry. It insures good health and better returns.  It keeps sheep free from ticks and  ���������the wool clip will be heavier and better. The flavor of the milk and butter  .are improved" when it is given regularly. As good calves can. be, raised  with skim or!separated milk and Herbageum as with new milk, and when  the milk is scarce do not kill your  -caives as you can make a fine calf  meal equal to any on the market at  .a cost of IX cents per lb. Try the  following���������100 lbs. oil cake, 300 lbs.  -shorts; 4 lbs; Herbageum and about  1 lb. of salt.. Mix these thoroughly  and stir about two cupfuls in a gallon of scalding water and feed warm.  With poultry good ' health, brilliant  plumage and plentyHoi eggs are sure  if you will use Herbageum. '  It's, the land of, the free���������for spinsters -and���������bachelors. ���������-"tt���������^  A Mild Pill for Delicate Woman.���������The  most delicate wonian can undergo a  '.course of Parmeleo's Vegetable Pills  without fear of unpleasant consequences.  Their action, while wholly effective, is  mild and agreeable. No violent pn.ina. or  purging follow their use, as thousands of  women can teBtify. They are, therefore,  .strongly recommended to .women, who lare  more: prone to disorders of the digestive  ���������organs than .men.,'  Pa, what is philosophy?"  "Philosophy,- my boy, is the,gentle  .art of letting your creditors-do all the  worrying."  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Teacher���������Now, remember, Nellie,  that anything you can see through is  transparent. Can you name something that is transparent?  Small Nellie���������Yes, ma'am. A key-  hole.  Canaries have been, known to livo  ���������21 years,  given by Sir Burne-Jones, the paint-  sr, and Sir Richard and Lady Muriel  Paget at the Burne-Jones residence,  London, which was remodeled for the  occasion to resemble an atelier in the  Quartier Latin. The affair was styled  "small and jolly," and was intended  to be a Bohemian contrast to the  usual society parties. All the chairs  were removed and there were no floral  decorations.  'Really,Jt was amusing! Formal receptions were dispensed with and the  guests huddled on the 'floor on rugs,  on the staircases or in the back garden, the men smoking clay,, pipes and  the women cigarettes if they wished.  If they wanted refreshments they had  to help themselves ! from a big cask  of lager beer whicli stood; in the corner of the room wreathed with greens.  It was a free and easy affair, all  quaffing beer and joining in the chorus of the Drinking Song.  -���������The-supperT-somewhat-inconsistcnt--  ly, was one of epicurean delicacy, but  it was served on the floor or the stairs,  or wherever'there was room to put a  plate. ���������'-.���������."���������'  A very distinguished company, who  left all their'tiaras."and crowns at  honie, included the-Duchess .of Marlborough,, the Duchess' of Somerset, tho  Duchess of Rutland���������: Lady Betty Balfour, Miss Violent.Asquith. Mrs. Ava  Astor, Hhe' Duke of Somerset, Lord  and Lady Drogheda, Lady Klcho, Sir  Edward Poynter, Mrs. Jack' Leslie,  Miss Maxine Elliott and Mile. Genee.  Yes, it must have been small, and  no doubt it was jolly.  "Pa?"   ."Well?"    How can a solid  fact leak out?"���������Boston Transcript.  Minard's Liniment cures garget in cows  -   ������������������ -4*-  "Yes, I've seen some rough times,  sir," said the sailor. "Once we was  wrecked, and we'd eaten all our provisions. Then we ate our belts, and  then the ship turned turtle, so we ate  her too."        ' - '  State of Ohio, City of Toledo, \l8  Lucna  County. /  Prank J. Cheney makes oath that he is  oenicr partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney  Sa Co., doing business in the City of To,  ledo. County and State aforesaid,, nnd  that said firm will pny the sum of ONE  HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every  case of Catarrh th** cannot be cured by  the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.  FRANK J. CIIENEY,  Svorn to -before mo and subscribed in  my presence, this 6th day of December,  A. D.,  1886.  A. W. GLEASON.  (Seal.) Notary Public.  Hall's Catnrrh Cure is taken internally  and acts directly upon the blood and  mucous surfaced of the system.   Send for  .testimonials, _free .  _____  F. J. CITRNEY A Co., Toledo. O.-  Sold by all Druggists. 75o  Take   Hall's Family Pills f  for constipation.  Bees can't talk, but they often get  back at one with a stinging retort. ���������  Any man who repeats half he hears  talks too much.  The OII of Power.���������It is not claimed for.  Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil that it will  cure every ill, but its uses are so various  that it may bo looked upon as a general  pain killer. It has achieved that great*  noss for itself and all attempts to surpass  it hnvo failed. Its excellence is known to  all who have tested its virtues, and learnt  by experience,'  Clear the complexion of  disfiguring pimplos,  blackheads, rednoss,  roughness, and other unsightly condition-; kuup  tho hands soft and white,  the scalp clean, the hair  live and glossy, and preserve skin health by the  use of Cuticura Soap  assisted when necessary  by Cuticura Ointment.  (uticura.  Soap and Ointment  ������Bord tlM moit eixmomlciil trtnt-iani tw  IKblnff. -Jtirolnr, ittiy humow of Infwit**,  ebUdrrn acid adultf A. ilnlli wt It oWtl  i lufflrIh*.t. Hold Uiroufiho-u th* world. Ben C  to ViiXXtt tun It CU_>. Cup. IUaU.u,  U8.A. fora^pu������tMticuir*Dook������������e_rtfttul  ,imtmmt at ikln uv" balr.  When Voters Smiled.  Surprising as the revelation, have  been whicli were made in sortie of the  'recent el -tion petitions, they scarcely compare with the old days beforo  such a keen eye was kept on the  financial disbursements of those who  sought farliamentary honors.  So long ago as 1826, for example,  cabbages were sold at, Sudbury during the general election at the rato  of $50 for four, whilst a plate of gooseberries, such as one could buy nowadays for a penny, woro sold for $125,  the vendors, of course, being voters,  Ard at Great Marlow an elector was  given the hint that he could buy u  sow and nino young pigs for a penny.  Uo bought them, too.  A quarter of a century later things  had not improved, for we find that a  voter would he ushered into tho presence of a certain agent, hy whom ho  would he asked, "Well, how do you  do to-day?" at the same time holding  up three lingers to signify that lie wan  tn receive $15, If the elector wore dis.  satisfied, ho would roply that he wai  uot vory woll, and promptly up would  go tho agent's fingers, showing that  lie was to rooulvo $25, And while ha  looked out of thu window the money  would be placed on the table, and ho  would turn and pick It up and than  take his doparturo.  Tho Balper Family,  Lord Helper, ol Kingston Hull,  Derby, England, has completed his  sovonty-ilrst year. Hla lordship was  formerly captain of tho Honorable  Corps of Qontlomoivnt-Anns, and al-  ,o commanded thu South Notts Hussars. Ho is now honorary colonel ol  the lattor regiment, and an aidu-do-  camp lor yeomanry to the King, Tho  holr to the bnrohy is his lordship's  uniy surviving son, tho Hon. Algernon  Strutt, captain 2nd Lifo GuardB.  There has been a good deal'of ro-  tnanoo about tho fortunos of tho Bol-  per family. Tho founder was a small  tanner, who apprenticed hla son to a  .,.!,,,   I,,,-!-.'-,* iflir.    ,..VU.pK,.vl~M'1    -.rifl  \\ *t\.\- a   It  * a0**wt ���������*���������**������������������ l'l*VK..n**jj.ti,    ,1      ..W.ijl  Jodedhih Rtrutt, hficamo a hosier first  iu a small, and thon m a vory larj|o  way, in which ho was holped by his  own Inventive genius, which originated tho famous- machino for making  rlbhod stooklnRB, ,  T*- him there i-nrnn rwit* dny n rnnn  in humblo lifo who had ideas on the  subject of ootton spinning, and to-;  Bother thoy developed tho spinning  jenny, thenceforward to ho iissociat-,  ed for cvor with tho namo of Richard'  Arkwrlght.  Independently Miserable.  A day or two afro, having jolnod  Iho boat train at Dover harbor ������U-  lion, the writer found a follow pawwn-  jer resting a heavy head on worried  looking hands. Tho wcathor was qulto  ploaaunt, hut one can novor judgo tho  channel by the appoaranco of Dover  beach, so the question wa_ askod aym-  pathetically, "Was tho crossing vary  rough?"  "No," said tho ptintMtig**-, "thin Is  % personal matter."���������LondoD Qloha.   .  It's the united efforts of little things  that make big troubles. ,?  Being in the right place at the right  time is often ah accident.  American and Canadian scientists  tell us thnt the common house -fly is  the' cause' of more disease and 'death  than nny.other agency, Wilson's Fly  Pads kill nil tho flies nnd, tho dis-  spaso germs too.  "I don't believe there ever wns a  perfect mnn,"  "Adam would have been perfect if  Eve had only been made first."  "What do you mean?"  "Well, then she could have bossed  the job of making Adam."        i  cisrr.ard  Shaw.  ��������� Mr. .Bernard bhaw's retirement  from the Journalistic lists was signalized by iiis marriage to Miss Charlotte Frances Payne Townshend, who'  nursed him hack to health and  strength���������and matrimony���������after a ae'r-..  iou's accident, "1 was very ill when I  was married," Mr. Shaw once wrote,  "altogether a wreck on crutches, and  in an old 'jacket which the crutches  had worn to rags. Ihad asked my  friends, Mr. Graham Wallas,- of the  London School Board, and Mr. Henry  Salt, the biograpber of Shelley and  Do Qunicy. to act as witnesses, and  of course, in honor of the occasion  they were dressed in their , best  clothes. The registrar never'imagined  I could possibly be the bridegroom;  he took :_e tor the inevitable beggar  who completes all wedding processions. Wallas, who is considerably  over six feet high, seemed *to him to  be the hero of the occasion, and.he  was proceeding to marry him calmly  to my betrothed, when Wailas' think-  ih"g"thc~formuia''"rath"er*"3trong"for"_"  mere witness, hesitated at the last  moment, and left the prize to me."  Shaw is the quintessence of vital  energy. He rushes hither 'and thither,  from one task to another, with a feverish, almost frenzied 'activity. He  has a country house in Hertfordshire.'  When 1 asked him why he selected it,  he took me over to' the old- English  church, redolent of mystery and  sanctity, and pointed to the inscription-oil a tomb near by���������"Jane Ever-  sley. Born 1815. Died ,1805. Her  time was short." "I thought," said  Shaw, "that ii. it could, bb'truthfully  said of a woman who lived...to be  eighty years that her time was'short,  then  this  was  just  exactly the cli\  mate for me."���������Review of Reviews.  South Africa'Is Called on to Face ���������'  Hugs Question.  There f.ill be many important points  on which the union Parliament' will  halve to come to 4 decision, but perhaps it will be agreed tha't the most,  vital of all South Africiin questions,  and the one needing the e'a'rliestand  soundest solution, is that of the'Native  Policy,  '  The native territories, large in extent and with .rapidly growing popula- o  tions, may within a few years become  part and parcel of the Union of South  Africa, and some definite scheme ior  the future governing of these great  populous territories will have to be de-i  vised; one which will give the native--  no handle with which to shake the  confidence of the outside world in the  wisdom' and integrity of the Union  Government, while at the same time it  'appeases'.'the established feelings of  the dominant color. '  The difficulties that beset the path of  satisfactory legislation having for its  aim the gradual elevation to political  rights of so primitive and diverse  tribes, must of necessity be numerous  Nevertheless, a way, must be found,  and that between the extremes of tho  hollow American "Man' and a Brother" and the "Nigger and a Dog" feel-  ing. With the great advancement ot  education among the natives, with the  recognized striving for book learning  which they evince, and above all with  the example of the whites before them,  it is very natural that they should  move for- the possession, of some sort  of political, franchise.  In what manner' is it possible to  grant, with benefit to the natives aiid  at the same time with; dignity to the  whites,  this  rational  demand?   ;".���������.''.'.-���������'  Under existing circumstances the.  position is rou_;..iy: this: In the Cape  Province natives may attain a vote  under more or less easy qualifications;  iii tho Transvaal and Orange River  Colojiy they have no vote. In Natal  the qualifications is so stringent that  it is practically prohibitive. The Basu-  tos hold Pitsos, wliich are assemblies  of chiefs or headmen, in.which their  tribal affairs are discussed. The Swaz-  is and Zulus have nothing resembling either the Parliament ot the white  man or the Pitso of the Basuto.  Thousands of natives are with extraordinary diligence acquiring knowledge; already hundreds have been sent  over to America to undergo a course  of education there, and thu3 the white  of South Africa must be prepared  shortly for a strong display of native  educational results, terminating ih a  well-founded cry for political rights.  Now, in the Basuto appears to be  the whole solution of the matter; why  not have a native Parliament to which  all the native tribes of South Africa  CUN BURN.  ^f   Blisters;  sore feet.  Everybody  Zam-Buk b  Let. ft. glv  and comfon  Z>rn������listl mnd,  ' tottjmtura  am Buk  Practical  woman,   one  experienced  in nursing preferred.   Address  "V1VI,"  Confederation  Life  Bldg.,  Toro������to.  WOMEN  WANTED  To take orders in spure time. No  experience necessary. Our lines  especially used hy mothers and girls,  Apply Women's Department, 229  Albert St., Ottawa, Out.  REST ARD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI.  'Mrs. WmsLow'i Sooth ino Syrup hai b������������������  ised tor over SIXTY YEARS bv MILLIONS ol  MOTHBKS tor their -.Klt.flRlJN WP'Ul  THKTH1NG, with I'BR1*1'( SUCCKSa II  SOOTHHS the CHILD, SOl'.KNS the Gttmitk,  4.LLAYS all PAIN CURES WIND COLIC, ao)  ll tlie bent remedy for DIARKHCKA. It ti a������  aolutely harmless. Be sure aud aslc for "Mi������  WinsloW* Soothing Syrup," and take bo otM  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle  Every Woman  in trouble���������-with headache,  backache, nerves on edge, poor  spirits and unreasonable fatigue���������-  can find help for her whole system in  8*14 Everywhere.  la taxes IB*.  When Blood  Was Impure  Tho   Old-fashioned    Doctor    Brought  Rollof by Bleeding  Today   We  Keep   tho  by Using  Blood   Puro  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Tho doctor of a century or two ngo  wiih iieouHtoined to froo IiIh patient of  an I'xeiiHH of puimmod hlood hy tho  cruel proof!*1'- uf bleodinu.  Wn would not stand tor that horoic  treatment today boeiuiHf* wo under**  Htnnd better tho work of the liver ami  1'idneyn nnd how to ruvukon thorn to  their duty of tillering poisons from  tho hlood, "       ,   ,  Jlieiiij nro thu only oikiuim oi Ine  kuly whlrh fuMcr j'oii'Onn Irom the  hlood nud ho cleiinun the Bystoni of  the foul wiiHto mnttor which enuson  pniiiH, aohi'H ami dangoroui" disouses,  nnd there in no way yon oim ho quick-  lv brink' the llvor and kidneys inlo  HllHill   iin   njr    Vkotilji,   lh.   v,n������sv a   *-,.���������*���������  ncy-Irivor I'iIIh.  Don't imagine that n liquid medi-  cine in uiwrnmry to purify tho hlood.  The HUpremo tost ia, "Docs the treatment awaken the action of the liver  nnd invignrntn tho kidneya?" Dr.  riin������f'*4 Kidney-T.ivnr I'ills nre unique  hi their oombiiioil fiction of the liver,  kidiifiyH nnd bowels, and on this account wonderfully Hucer'ssiul iih ii  mount* of purifying tho blood.  The whole di g'-Ai I vo nnd excretory  xystern i������ <-lofinned and invigorated  by thin treiitineiit. Tho appetlto U  Rl'iarpenod. digestion improves*, nnd  the tired, languid fooling'' of a poison,  nd Rysioni give way to new health mul  vigor. One pill a doso. 25 cents a  box, at nil ilenlors, or Kdnuuuou,  Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto.  Designer of Coinage.  Sir Thomns Brook, who earned a  knighthood on account of tho magnificent; manner in-, which he1 carried,  out the Queen Victoria Memorial, hnd  to encounter a great deal of opposition from his father, n Worcester  builder, in deciding to follow an artistic career, Indeed, it waa only  with his mother's help that he wn*  able to come to London, where, ho  secured uh apprenticeship in a sculp;  tor'*? studio, whicli soon brought him,  in tho magnificent snlnry of $10',' a  week, Tt wu.' Sir Thomas who do-  signed tho Inter Victorian coinage.  In 1801 the Government invited designs for the -coinage, Mr, Brock'*  heing considered most jiiitahle.  Four years Inter tho hronr.e coinngo  was altered for tho first timo in  thirty-rive y"<i's, nnd, ns* i i the former  ease. Mr. Brock's initials were .appended to it. Anybody looking cure-  fully nt the coiling" of that period  mny notiee the tiny letters "T.B."  hnnonth ihe Queen's Minuldor nnd a  little to tV right of the cuntrnl line.  It is -worthy 'nf remnrk thnt Mr.  Brook accomplished the design without a. single slttlmr from the Queen,  Ho worked from photographs which  ho found In shop windows.  Burglary In England.  Burglary cannot he committed In  tl.* daytime, The KnglUh rulo U  Ihat if there is light enough to son  the face ol the intruder there i* no  burglary. This, however, does not Include moonlight, for a housebreaker  I'litHi'Jng alter nightfall, however  brightly the moon may he shining, is  legally a bur, '".r-rthat is, if it is reasonably certain thnt he hns ontored  with 'the intent to commit felony, for  while a tramp breaking into u houso  to sleep may he a housebreaker he is  not in the proper sense of a word a  could "seridrepresehtatives?""  Take away the franchise of the natives at the Cape as at present exercised, in favor of a more ext.ndfd  one, lor a Parliament of their own;  place this Parliament under a commission, who would forward to tho  Union Parliament for-ratification-or  otherwise such���������,resolutions "as have-  come to-them--from the. 'Pttso.'  This would give all the native tribes  an opportunity'of airing their grievances and ideas, arid, alone would  lessen by half the-dahger. arising from  the probable bursting.qi; a sealed furnace. : ��������� ��������� ' '\i';-! -!^���������r���������::i;,,��������� "���������  ���������  The native population/of South Africa is increasing, arid-we have the  menacing example of .the U;S.A. before  US. .���������-.'"     ;, ������������������'     .'.'/'��������� ���������;'., '  The natives cannot and will not expect for the1 present and for a long  while to come tho full and free franchise of the whites, but they certainly  will desire to labor undqr no undue  intolerance, and have a right to expect a wholehearted consideration of  their side of the caso.  The adoption of such a course ai  that outlined abovo would, under proper safeguards, carry with it but little  risk of danger to tho white population,  while to the natives it must appear  such a great stride in tho recognition  of thoir status of citijianship, that it  surely must earn the gratitude of un**  bounded loyalty to tlio Government  and people which established it.  Such a scheme will havo many do-,  tails to bo considered, such as the  advisability of the channel of communication between the two Parliaments, consisting of either one Minister or a.commission, and so forth���������  but the first step is to find tho path  which will lead to a satisfactory solution of a question the gravity of which  cannot ho over-estimated.  Worked  with  Success  "Were any of your boyish ambitions  ever realised?" asked the sentimentalist.  "Yes," replied the practical person. "When my mother used to cut  my hair I often wished I might be  baldheaded."���������Washington Star.  ,He_Rose_  First Crook���������Dey say he's at the  top of our profession.   How's that?  Second Ditto���������He is. I can. remember the time, too, when he was only  a miscreant liko meself, and now he's  always spoken of as the "author of a  scries' of --.crimes."���������Puck.  "True, he's.ii mean. . man; of'few  friends, hut good to his family."  "You don't,sny!" "Yep. Ain't homo  more'n three nights a month."���������  Judge,  '������������������'.':"  ���������,' Nothing in it  "I regard conversation ns a gift,"  remarked the studious woman.  "It usually is," replied Miss Cayenne. "If people had to pny for it  there would be much less of it."���������  Washington Star. ���������  Pickled Stoel.  "To keep tho iron and steel used In  building big ships from rusting," an  engineer toid the reporter, "la a matter of supremo Importance, The Brit*  ish Admiralty Is very partlAlitr that  overy pioco shull bo painted tho moment it Is ready for building purposes,  But the steel plntps form u hard blank  gurfnen, culled "mill scale," In tho  process of miiniilt'.ituri!. This elini-s  tenaciously to tin* j_lnN!, nnd if it \i  covered with paint, and afterward*  the plate uels flHiii.igi'*!. thou Iho seal)  peels off, taking the paint with it,  and leaving tbe steel bare. The plat-  is then liable to rust-corrosion, a *ur-  ious danger to the ship.  "Wo therefore remove every traco nf  scalo before painting thu steel pinto.  It is put into a hath of dilute hydrochloric nold for a lew hours, whloh  INTERNATIONAL  Gall Cure  SOLD  ON A  SPOT  CASH  GUAR*  ANTEE  CURES While Horses Work or Rett ���������  Intornntlor-al a a II Cur������ In������ ccrU In, nur������,  qulolc and infivlliblu ouro tor OivllH, Boro Nuokn,  Horo Ilnciku, Horn Moulin, I'utH, Uruliinil FIik-Ik,  oto, Will not molt mul iUhhiiIvu from tho ������nl*  ninl liont, but Ntnyu right wlimo It U upplM.  PosiiRiiHonextrnortlliiiiry ht'cllnu i-uit r-uolhlni  (liii'HUoi, Intoi-natlor-ul QaM pure In thi  ol'ii-nont, most luitlHiptloi |tur������Ht nnd host Gull  Curo ait tho market. Wo will refund ycui  monoy If it ever fn.lln tn rurn. Keep i* foot oa  bkiid au U U ulinont a dally nood on tho furuu  20o. and BOo.   At til dulirt.  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD C0.,llmlU4  TORONTO. ONT.  ijurginr.      Hurgmry,   However,   may i loosens the scule,   Tlie olnto is thon  nin.-ihU   in   hrenking   out   n.   well   as    |jfU..j,ed irjth wiix- hut^P.i nml ivu.*.Ji-  V4:!a_������(i)iK������im^a  brenking in. (or one who hides in a  house before nightfall to steal, and  alter stealing breaks out tu get away  in just as much a burglar as hu who  to I'l'feot his purpose breaks iu,  ed with a hose,   This  'pickling steel'."  s what we call  Whun Crlckot Playing Wn< a Crlm������,  Until a century nnd n half nw our  great nntlonitl nnftlme in fnet figured  in the statute hook ns a crime, The  ciime wnu dor-hired illegnl in the time  of Kdwnnl IV,, owing to its. hnving  hi'Oonii* m> popular us ',.������ mt"if"ri:  with nrchory, the then spoM of king",  Tlio lnw ni'iiirHt it wti' vigoroixly  euforeod, und every person convicted  <*f plnylmr the gnmo wns lined IM cr  ���������cut to prison, It w;������- nol until thu  foriiuitiiiii of Mie fiimoiM fliiinhledon  eluh in 17*111 that the stutoie wns ro-  peaitd.-I-all  Mnl!  (ia/.rlt*.  Hint for To-morrow.  Whatever you ���������.��������������������������� to. do that dooin'l  really concent you, don't Jv il.  Footwear For thu Faihlonabli,  The very hitest footwear for fash-  iouablr* lolk is ei'rtainly not lacking  in novelty. Recently thero was exhibited in Bond street a pair of shoo*  mndo of the breast teutherH of humming birds. They wero priced nt I'I,-  500, a record llgure for shoos without  diamond or jewel suitings.  In the hiuii" i',-liili!;.'.lnnent wero  shown bed-room slipperi of silk bro-  finIn, trifiimi'd with mnriilwiiit fcnflt-  i'*,<, uud tlu'Si* cun!.I hi* obtained for  the ciimimrittively sumlt sum of ������7.  Tin* cheapest hoot, in this shop is  priuxl al JM; white silk Blockings am  sold at Ids. to EG-tho pair. But you  cannot order '���������ingle pair* here; the  tlrst order lor shoe* must Im for not  Ions than ten pair,-*, and with each  pair six pairs of itockiugj to mitob  tutrn umvUiiil.  N. U., No. 866. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   .BRITISH   COLtfMBtA.  TJib Guuilieriaiifi Ms  issued  Every   Tuesday by  the  Comox   St   Cumbenland  Publishing   Company.  This pupcr will not, hold  itself  responsible- for thu opinions of-oth-  ';,������--_������������������������ mny appear in its columns  <roin time to time.  ���������TITKSDA-Y,-September 19. 19.11,  LOST���������A nuuliil netting in  Khupo of bicycle wheell, t-et wiih  nuu-thyst. Kinder pleuse return  to I hid olllee.    Howard.  FOli SALK���������A Jfnod- Intfriry  lioifie Seven venr-s old Aliso*-  lutely quiet .or particulars apply to Captain Ii. r.. Vigors,Cu-  iuo\  i). Vi.  NOTICE  The drawing fur the large  ���������graphophone will take place at  Cameron's liustuurnnt, Co. !!���������'<���������* nay  on 'Wednesday, Aug. il'S. All  tickets must be paid for before  drawing takes place,, otherwise  tickets will not be accepted.  Tickets on sale at Cameron'-  JRestaui'Hiit, Courtenay.  NOTICK    ~ ,-���������''."  Mr. G. Ard ley,of Comox,   1ms  id his possession a barrel of house-  hold goods, ���������-���������hipped with his  freight from Victoria, which does  not belong to him. ,Owner can  have same, by applying to the  above and paying expenses.  Cumberland & Union Water  Works Co., Ltd.  NOTICK  Sprinkling will be allowed  onlv two nights ar week, .homely  ���������TUESDAY and FRIDAY, from  _Lt_L_j)l-lb__<JnJke_e_Le.n.iug   Leaky taps must he a.tended to  at once.  Any changes or additions to ex-  at ������i -i  isting piping must be  sanctioned  by the company.  J_y order.  L. W. 1*1 unns. Secretary.  CumberJaiid, B. C, Aug. 1st, 1911.  NOTICE.  All Permits,   for burning,  are  cancelled ur.til fni'thei'notice,  -I. ,W. Grieve, Fire Warden,  Courtenay, H.C, July 17,  1911.  -*Q-  DISSOLUTION    OF  NERSHIP.  PART.  NOTrCE is hereby given, that  ilio partners-hip iirm of Maxwell  & Ibnml was dissolved July IJ 1st,  191 i by mutual consent, and the  business will in future bo carried  ���������on by Ii. Ilnrnal, All accounts  und debts against and due tlio snid  iirm are payable respectively, by  and to H, Ilornal, All accounts  ���������due the above mentioned firm,  must be paid liy August 31st, 1011  (Signed) A. Maxwell.  U. IIomul.  FOii SAT.F.-u-i'oimh houee  ���������vvilli liatlii'ooin and poiitry, also  j'ui'iiiture. Apply M-irk Morgnn,  jMarypiirt Avenue,  FOR SAL15 ���������Cm.T,' ���������!��������� yc-m-H  ���������old, thot'oughly broken, nsod to  ���������aii'os, quiet.  .Apply to J. Marshall,  Sandwick, P., C.  T'OnSAbF-Toamof  linrnon,  well   niaichod,     good    workers,  JYici- reiisoitaMf'-.    Apply Jeffries,  Yixir View Funn, Comox,  1.  i|  Glt.rug.ot' iiuveiliscuieut.s will  not bo received (U this ofllce later  than is o'clock noon   on   Tites-  fl'lVS.  CEALKD TENDERS addwwd  fo thp  - wr-'lertternwi, nn*1! en''o*a*-d "Toadf"  for Wharf at Surf Tnlo1--, Tt.Oi," wi'l ho re-  eoived-ntMuH nffio* until 4.00 P.M.. on  Tviesi-Jny. Srntflinbor 21? 1 fl-11 fn** t'n* wiV  V-nicKon of i.. P jo Wlrcf nt Surf Ttdot,  TTinco'-a Roynl Islam!  dwi District. l\.C  P'aiv, >^oit1u"t'o*H r������'tl f *irn nf contract oan b" i^fri nnil f*rtri������ nt ���������������rir10'' <-h-  tni-ml'at th's Dcpa tment. and et thn oftl  c?h nf O, A. Kii'-fi-r, Mn(|��������� D'-tp'ot l"n_i**-  oar, N< w Wi nt"iii'fl <"',W 0 * '���������nd on "pnli-  cnti**fi to thn Pimtmn. t������' at Prince Runor'  nnd Viotorin, 11 <\,  lYriMu ���������fKuJoi-ii--'* nre no'tris-d that t'.*ii*'���������  ������������������ru v ill tu t lio o nsid'-roc unions mado on  the pii"t**il form* "B������pr*ftH.li ft"'! ������'fc''i<T.  with t'icir UTtii'il nijjnu'iinH, *-t t!,iB tli''''  ��������� OO'-u iiMohb and pliees 't 'OB 'o o*. Jn  the cusu n( fi-riio, the. na'uil sit; nature, he  nature of t]\* ououpitimi, mul nine.* -tf  resideuoe of inch mimibtii* of tlio linn umat  be given.  Eu-h li-iiilir mnbt ba'c-j nipuied by un  acorn-tod clu������ji. oo a cI>Hrt������������"*d bank, pay-  ti' le io the oi'd. r of tio Hou unlilu thi*  M utsinr of 1'uIjIic \V. rk-*, equnl o t u pt-r  ejnt (10 i .0.) . of lh- nmuuat if i. n.le*,  x\h cii .will htvforh'iti il if -fw v-"���������'.''ft ������*"-'���������  oriiig dcvilhio t.i' ei ttf' into ������ cootr..ct w lv-i,  call.tl upon io do r-o, or fr.i t������ compute  ���������thi coutract, If the tender be ..Ot aco -p -  cd tbe cheque wilt bo reUnu.*.!.  Tfii* Dopaitmen; d ���������������* cot bind  i-atlf   o  uoci-pt tbo lowiAt.wr any ten.ie..  i By order,  It C. DESKOUHEBS,  f-ecitary;  D.fartiiK-nt of Public Woik*,  0 tawa. Augttnt '28 1911.  Newspapers will no1" bu p.iU lor thi*. ad-  t 'nijinient if they itiKerc it ���������witn"ut aui.t.-  city fi i,m i. o Department,  C BALED' TKXDKRS addrr*������ed������t - the  '*-"*    wndtiisigi.tit, ami euclo.-sed   " 'fenil.-:  for Piiblic Building, CbillJwwolt, ������.(),'.  will bo rece- el at ihis ofii.ie until:-4.00 P.  M., Wedn sday; Saptci-abw 2!>.".'1.11.'foi  the cousirueciou if a Pablio E.iilding,  CliiUi-vack, ti. V.  Plans, speoiiiuiitions.and f-rm ������f o n  tract cnn.be ������������eu and torm** oi! tendor obtained at the t'liiue of Mr Wtii llHuderson-  Residont Archi e.t, \7ictoria: B.C , at Ilu  4'ost-0filcerOiiiliiw8ekr~BT<3~a:_tl--at"tiri-  Department:  ��������� Persona tende. iug ore notified Ui t ten  doru ^ill.not be considered v>iiI_������b made o  the printed forma Hiipplied, and sitrne-  wilh their actual signatures istatiu^ thei.  occupations and pUcesof re-idouce. In h  cine of firm % the actual tri_������n*.'ture, ,the n������  ture of. the oecupution, and place of rcisi  dence cf each mi-mboe of the (inn must l,i  uivou  Kuch tondor mu t b- acoompuniwl by m.  accepted eh que on a charter*.d bunk, pn ���������  able to the (i"dea of the lli.nmi nb!o   di  Minister of Public Worxu, eq.inl Io .iii ji ,  cent (10%) of tuo union in if  the t n i.i,  which will he forfeited if thu puiao-i ven.lci  nil-decline Dn'enter ii,t) a euntmct who  cujled upon to do ho, or Iiiii   to u mp ou  the work contacted for,   If tlio ti ndor In  not aocftpt.d t ie ohequo w.ll be r. tumid.  Tho Di-p*rimoi.t docs not hind. I't'.blf to  accept the lowest ur any tondur,  Bv oulor,  It. 0. WiSKOOHERS  yiicittuy.  Department ol Public- Worl-u,  Ottawa, Au'iUBt 30, 1011  .. Nuw*jpapera will uut be paid f r t.h'a r.d  vortii-immitif they iuaurt it withoutautlioi  ity from the Department.  .oil  1  )l   ^   The Universal  fire Extinguisher.  Krer- .i'c    tt'iirf-i'cutaiive    or  voiit-i v'-iiv<.-*- for the  Universal  ''ii*   lixtfv.vijislii'r.  An oxccllenl  ''s'.-ller.1' ]-*i:e(icd iu .*verv liouse.  .\v.v.\y'.>  H.JACOHSKN COMPANV,  Vancouver, B.C.  Kngliiili brothers, 17 and 18.  du������iro cuiitinuouH unploytnont un  fnni). lUmril, loilginii nnd siuull  roiniinonition. i'. 0. Box 8ilS,  Nuiuiinio, Vi. 0,  III ���������Mil"    II   "I'        '  |      | '    Mil.        _|   I  tWp,|t|     ������ ___  NO TICK In herehy given tlmt i)0 ihtju  aftor ilu.o I intend to npp'y io t.m Hon  Miiii'itur of hiindit fnr a lioonHo tn proopetM  for tn nl and potroloiiiii iiuiler tlm fijliowliiy  doHcribvd biiidn Hitmito in HiiyHiud Dih-  trh't, li.O.i��������� UuiiuiiuiKiin^ nt n pour, pliint-  od at.tl'.onunluuml. ofiruor nf Tiiulmr L'tia-t'  No-17, on the hunk of Ciunpliull Itlvor,  llu'nf'i duo mmth 77 10 clniiiiH imiii'nr Idh  to tho nniithwiHl otirni-f nf Hiiiil Tiiiiln r  Li-.uho No 17 and Qn'iio-ou \\\mx Imllnn  ItiHurvfi, tbeuco hiu wtfit. HO chiilnii, theiii-e  dun ww.li 80 I'haiiiH, thonoo ihiu innth SO  I'liaiiia, thciui.) ihiu cabt SOohaum to plnu-i oi  U'.iiuiHiiocim'ii',  Mahia .Link I'lut-sr,  I'!. I'riout, nifont,  Dft'rod 11nt. 'JStli day nf Much, 101],  N()l'l(.:Kid Imruliy k'ivuii lint HO diiyw  nflT d.iilel iiileinl io ii|i|i!y to tin II-'ii  Minuter of L:tni)������ (or ii limniit- tn pruHputt  for ci'.itl Miillnc'Tiili'ini iiinlcr t!,i*iiilli������wbi(������  iii unci hud luul i Riiuau.' in Siiywui'il Dih-  trict ninl lii.iui; ih.i ("aii:p!.ill Hi -cr lndiiin  U"nuvi:: t'liiiiiiii'iicnif! nr.a p-.rt ilii.i'.n, u  uiu* Li K nf ('iiuipbi'll Ilivcir .im! bi'iii!^ l!*o  nonli-icMt ooi'.iDr nf h.i'hI I!ii���������-u-,i; thoncu  ''(hln ������iiiiI.Ii >J") thiiiiiri tii'irn m hn. tu ilie  KnuiInvent not lu-r ul nuiit  Itcniivt:   ihi-iico  ihu   r:i   I  li I C.||.-iii.il t-l :j- 'i .-!i;  II." .-,.... |,,..,  llai.Jy ���������iiil 'oi'li.v.',-|1--ilv .Tn.fj ..i'ii, l,.i.,(jh  mm Ci.mih.II IJivir t'lpbii't'. ������.l euiuijuiic-  n.ont, ���������   K, I'miiMi',  Dated tliiM'.Wth day ������.f M������roli, lfdl,  a* am am ******* a-  SPATES  Ths TAILOR.  ttn*iTTTtm*,mmwai.-a?*:.ri\ii������,.l**Mm*^  CU.ANING, PRESSING  and U1C PAIR IMG.  amaaam. a -rr;imimWiw*'am**m*.m.*-maaa***)tt\)\i-i K.i_w.-yri.-ni__i  Lrndk-js' Wock  a Specialty.  SAY WARD LAND DISTRICT.  DiBtrict of Snywiird,  TAKR notion thnt ChiorHO LoiooHtor RI-  mhiKt'ili, of Viiiciiuvcr, B.U,, incohiinie,  i li ti lulu to npply for purinl'ifiimi topurulmeo  the following (hwcribml IhikIh:���������  Coii'iiienei i,'ut a pont plnnted nt the  Souihwe.it cnriuir ef lot 5M* thonoe north  W) ohainu, thi'iiie went 7-1 ihiihiu, lluinoo  ii'iith 80 uhaiiifi, thnodo oiiui 75 ohiiim, to  point of coitnn. iic_inont, coi.tainin^ GOO  nen-i', mo o o- li'Hii,  (1 ko mi ii hiuitns'i'iiiii. ItiMisnniM,  Koiii'it lh"ii\ (.''iiOilliU., a^eUl,  Diito.l Mu oh Uth  Mill.  nAll vVniti)   iy.HNii   .1*1 .vi iiiX,i.  Di'itiict of Mnyw nl,  TAKHlIO'rH'K tlni'l'nt.i-ic.li: Wll'iam  Ln lie (,'illl'li,    if   V'tilHinllVtl',    It (.!.,   l,_w  chrii, I -tfuiln lo npply for pi*rni.i'.-ii'ii to  S'  I V.'.f'.,..-.  t'-.i:   f    *���������>.��������� i.*H  i:vi  c t  i -i.'ih;  An At! in the   News  pays.    Try it.  tb'iuimiU'iiiu   at   a I'i'd phi'ih'il   ii'.   'liu  Ml III il'.M)  L 1*1)1 I HI  I i im .i.i.'i  hllii'l I' I ll-l  M)  (���������li.iiii*.,   iliniK'c h. mli t'l rliniim. ili'i.w)  Wt l*t   10 cll'li:-!'.   'lli'ii,*'!   hi.'.lllt    |i'   !-!i|,l-i.������,  tll'ill'iJ IM'if. 40   ohllillH,   Illiii'i"   j)i)it,h   ;i|)  ohiiim to plnoiiof t'oiiuiirmciiiiiiif, oonliin  iijr r*7<iai'r*'H. nmrn nr i<m .  l'.vrnirK Wn.u.iM hro.i!'. Cf.Auic.  Uuli re H.'-ry Chi*<;i>if, ii;".|.|,  intcil MttrnhVtJj.'lWJ.  ,_I.ALRU TKNDMrW nildruimoil 'to llm  nuduriiu'iHil, ninl onilor-od "Tnulrr  for Wlmrl and ihu Appr. uchi'ii lit 1'ih cu  ttujiirt, i .(', will hu it'Ci'ivod u,.til "t.110  I.' M���������en Mi.ndiij, Sopicinbir.'.!>, 1011, f. r  thu ouUHiruotin'i of a Wliiul iii.u tvw)  A|i|.|'0,iuhiiii itt I'i'hiDu Uuj-init, Quu'ai.tlno  Stiiion, l)i(,'.y Uhuiil, li.U.  I'.iuifl, r-jiooiliuution and firm of oon-  tr,nt oun ho wotni nnd luniiu of tondoi o ���������  tiiilid ul th.ti Uo|in������lino.it nnd ia tuo nil."  covoiU.A, Kiiodir, Kikj, DT.i'.iict l'J.;Jjh -  o.ir, Nuv Wo.-tftiitiHti-r, fix,,, mul i n n\i\,\;  allium to thu 1'i.hiniiiHicra al I'litic llii)i. it  timl Vio.oii'*, II 0.  lVmoiiti toii(U><tuts mn linlillod that li'iid  ������������������m will mn bu coimidoi-d unio-H niiido on  tin,' prhitoil in nin mi-jpljuii, aid Hiuiu.il  Will lll'ir i'('tiillUiti;iti'tUI'iHi HlntllK tlu-lt  OCUIIpfuil'llt' lilltl [lilK'l.'H III   I'tlill'MV.        Ill  tlio ou.(i of lil'lil", 111 ho.liiil t-iKuatiii'i', the  ihilui- nf tho i ijcii|ii!i'n ninl pliict'iif ifiui-  ilo.oo of each niiiii'tKi' of the linn inn I bu  (JIV-ll,  1'J.ioh tend' r mti-t bo luoniniiaiiiod by an  iioooptud cloijuii mi li ulurtUrul Imnlf, im)-  ulilii tu tin* order ol tlm lloimurabli* (hu  .Mii-l-tui' of I'nb iii \V .rk'', oi|U\l io icn pir  i out (10 p,o.) .I' |j,o u mount ol tho tciiilm',  whiul) will tin (iiiliiiunt it ilio IKMHO I H.'llii-  oriiiK di'il i.o to oulor iijioaionlr-otwhou  i,'iil od up'Ui to do ui, or di! (<<i Oi.'iiii'hui  tl.'O worn 0'lUi'ticoil lor. If tiuHui'dor in-  uni, ii copti'il 'bo ni oiniii will bu ri'tiiiiii'd.  Tim lJt''KU".iii(tiit docH not bind i uoll lo  iicuiut tho lowr'nt nr any loiiilur.  My or, I i'r,  U, ('. DKsUiX.'HKIW,  rSccnt'iry.    !  I). p,*irini"iif ol I'nblio Wi'il'ii, '  (Jt'iti* ii, A'nu ft -It, 1011.  jr^*.-i-*i ���������;���������!��������� ' ���������-���������;!! 'it; I-  pii.l !���������"' t.':i   n-1  vinti * i.u |) t if (dry in-iil ii, wilh.i'.l Hi- Lh - ,!  <intv tr.iin tin  |i ii r uiLur. i  IF VOL! WANT ('i������K)J>;  HUNTING   Go     TO    THK  NKWS.J-JKST-CJ'ASSWOKK  HAY WARD LAND DIST KIT,  District of Snywnrd.  TAKE NOTJG1C tlmt William  Ciildwi'll. of liiniitlf, Out,, niininj.'  mun, intend*-tn iqiply for ptirniiH  nion to purohuen tho followinu do*  actibod IiuhIi-:--Cumivioncinn nl u  pont plnnlud nt the norlInvent <oi'ii.r  of Lul 4%, Oiirrinj'ton Buy, Snywnrd District, ihoiuio I'ollowinK tho  north boundiiry of ot .1)0 e.-storly  for '10 ohitins, tlionoo north 20  (limine, thonoo wont lo thehIioio line  thoiii'i) (���������(iiulnMfsti't'ly ni.d fo;hr\viufj  thn clioro Hho in tliu point of '.'oni-  ujoncomc'iil, contuiniuy \xw Ihnn 80  ncrci',      William Cald\vi:ll,  .1 no , Miiih'on, ujiont  DiuodFoh. 2Sth, 1011,  .SAVWAUU h.\rJU DIstTUlUl'.  SAYWAllU UND IJWTlilOT.  JJ.Btriot of y,.ywnrd.  TAKR NOTICR that Auln-r' Uowla.d  lUn-t, of Vi.noi.uvcr, B.C., triiim-mr. npr-i t,  iiitoiiilpU) np|ily fnr pcrniiHHii.u lop-rolmrO  thu fidlowiiiji doii-iih-'tl Ihhuh:���������t.."tniiiti������*.nc-  inii nt n (Mn*t phinlod nt tho ni.iithi.'HHt uor-  nurofloi 51(1, on tlm ninth hoii.iihuy of  In Ti-17, thono.-i nor bu 80 ohinnu, tbenoo  oivit 75 fliMi.H thonoe Himth 80 clininu,  thouo- (wt-Hi 7fi oliiiiiiH to point of ooimni'iioo  inuiit, ooniaiiiii-w 000 iioru**, iiinru ������r loss,  AllTUI'U HOWLANI) J-'.KriT,  H.ihoi't llonry UheBtimt ilyont'.  Datod Maroii 7th, 1011,  ntt-M������l*t>_MM-- ������������������-vi***** !*"**  Dimrict of Snywurd.  TAKR nctioo that .Sidney IloaBiii'U), of  Vnniouvur, U (.'.,  iiiLvhiinio, jutemii lo  apply for poriuii'Hioii tnpuroluiHo tlio fol-  lowini" (U'foi'il)fd IimkIb:���������  CoininiMiclnn nt  u   poHt jihutcd at  tlio  qnilfliifni-t rmrnoi'cif I.if RiV'' ibunrm untifb  MO ehniin*. tliorco wn-t IV) ohnin'i, th.iidf  north 00 olininH, tlmnco oufd. HO chii'ii**, t"  phii.li of o uiiincncoiiiiiut ooi)tfiltiin*r (MO  noroM, iiKiro or hm.  Siunkv IIkahman,  ,,, ru  ii\.n^  V>���������'.*  S'AYWAUD LAND DISTUiCT.  DM riot of Nay wn nl,  TAKR NOI'luB ihn������Snm-:f1 llniimufin,  of Vunooi.vor, H,������',, niuilin to, inteiiilH io  npply for p' iiuiihIoii *.o piiiolniHo iho (ol  Io.vh.j,'t)oHO������llrfi'i liiiiil<:-(.oiiiiiiiiicii|j ata  p. Ht pn nfl nt tlm Houtli'MHt coiiini* nl lot  TirtO: thonco ou it. IflO oh.'hiH, thoi.oo hmhIi  ���������lOoliniui), thuiico w(-������t7r-chunk) (niorr or  Ions) tin noo ii"rih "i oliiiiiiH, thenco wint  H5 uhuiuu, tbo .or i unit 'AH u\m\i,n .o |-oi..t  of o.iiiiinoiiui'intiiit, oiiiitiilninu (100 noioi,  moro or Ioi-h,      Samuki. 11 isahman .  Kolmrt llonry Olion'.niit, (i(,cnt  D-itud Mnroh 8tli, 1011.  VI  v,   ..ftV  ������><*V*������Hr     ���������**���������.������������������  r*>*Mf*������  !-.tPilMiir.li Oth, 1011  8AYWAUD LAND 1HSTUIGT.  Ditttrict of Siiywn d,  TAKR iinliao that Nnnulto .loroph, of  Vaiiooiivor, H. l\, Mpiiiktur, (iiioiiiIh l������  i pply fur periiiimi'iii (o porohfiNii thu (ol-  hiv.'ir.'r i'.''-.'i'i-!'ii-il l.'iinl'i;   -  Ci'inuj. fioniK At a poi! plft'itoil nt llio  ���������*!ii������ll.i*;i*'t enrnorof h't 517s thi-noo nurlh  Hiloimirp, thonco fuin' Hi) chnin'', tlmoon  (���������oiUli SO vh'iiiH, tlifitiw- wo������ H'������ oh'ihiH  I.i Ulr'l plhlt of   l.'OIIIIU*-<itCllltti,t,   ������;-jutiiii-  l\,f. CUl feVUU-t luoro "I" lt;m������.  Sasuiv .hm'.in  Jbibort llfiiry Oiirtfnit, i'hcii',.  '.VmltmUlt.m-llhtVMl  SAYWARD LAND ttlSTNlfVT.  DwlricloJ BuyiMii'A,  TAKK no'io-i (hat Fruiicoi llriiKlnnii,  wif!-f������r VV. F. HnMifliftiv, of Vftucoi vnr,  ll,('., intiinlH in apply for jieriuicHion to  piii-hnso tlio followiiijr ilcrsoribfd Ind :���������  (.bmuioflojruj ������t a p.'j't phuiti-d-10 oluiin*  worst of tho uou'luiBt cornor <f lit 517;  thonco oiht lt!() oli'khiH, t-ieno*' fouth *J0  ohahiH, tlicno-i wm.t 120 ihiit'H, thor.co  north 10 chaiiw to point if commoro iiiuiu,  coiitniniiii; 18() noicii, more ur 1 ������<..  KllA.NOlW lillOL'fillAM.  ltuhi'it Henry (.'licEtnut, furent  Dato.l MmohHIh, 1011.  Weed'c EkosplioAino;  Tlm Viral Kttall������h Jlant-ilu,  , limcmma lnvUiui.uiMii.u vslnilo  ^iiorvoun xyMioiii, luukiti n.;w  ��������� iu. 3.1 tn old VfiKH, f'ur-M;:. ������-.<���������  Oi**: lleliililn, Mental and llrnin Worn;, Ir*.  }*,!���������.,k. a, iMjiuitl Wtiikiiti,*, J-.inixMuiii, iijtr.  yialiirrltiia.fint. iXf'H* of Alumetir K ttf met.  I-rlcolt pcrlmx, Mxfnrps, Ono will ploriwi.f.x  willonm Hold by oil ilructfl/iU' or 'imll-i. In  plain pkif. on jwxili* of priio. J\ew tmm-kid  mt-.ilitt/m._ Ti������oweo<i Mstflcine Oo.  \formtrly n'int'jvr) XurpntOfOrtU  u..������ ,_,,^J���������.���������lia__________ri___.i________  ������������������__������������������___��������� r*
THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
single Iron bedsteads, each containing a
mattress,-two- pillows and 'covering;.-a;'
long wushsland holding two toilet sets
which were a ported medley of patterns
and probably constituted the remains of
many wets which had qome to grief In
the fhlna .department ut some prehistoric period; u. small chest of drawers,
evidently already monopolised; a small
swing mirror, three choirs and some
worn strips of car-pet, Thero you havo
a complete list of tlio furniture and decorations of my new home.    ,
'Miss   M���,   my   roommate,   returned"
(home, (for this was the only home she
had) In a few days,   ,
She told mo 'when we grew confidential
that she had been lu lier present position
over ten years; that the room we occupied had never been papered, the
oellliii* whitewashed1 or the tloor re-covered during that (line; that tbe lire-
place Had contained no lire for many
yeara. and that the chest of drawers,,
had been put there nt .her special request��� thus explaining her monopoly of
its -accommodation, Within n few weeks,
however, after this conversation, tho
walls and lloor were re-covered and
tlie celling whitewashed, I was very
fortunate In hiivlni* n brighter room for
tho rest of my stay, although the color
scheme of the new decora tions left much
to be desired.
There were about twelve bedrooms on
my corridor, several of which looked
down on back yards crowded with packing cases, straw, etc.   The rooms above
h
"���"���'A"pound a week!' he exclaimed."
CARRYING out the "motif* of this
week's Exchange, I substitute
for my weekly familiar talk, an
interesting.", letter "from an
American girl now living in England,
In a private lnclosure giving lier
name and address and .other particu-r
Jars not. meant for publication, our
delightful correspondent says:
"I read with great pleasure the letter tio.n ���Justiciu." > Vou invite criticism from your, readers upon the subject she sets forth. '
"Is   the  broad  Atlantic  too  wide  a
.barrier for me to pass ln tlie discussion?    1  hope not!  1  think,  too,  that
American saleswomen will be glad to
"know   how   their   fellow-workers    fare
.-    on "this side of the ocean.���
"You doubtless know something of
the ���Hvlng'-In* system depicted ln the
jniosed.     A   description    of    it    may
_Ln,__ke   United  States  salespeople  teel
that flreTiTs~by"^cOnf]^rrsonr"rs""a"h"ap'
pier.lot."        ' '-->
With tills preamble, I leave lier to
tell a. story I regret to have kept back
, longer than my inclination moved me
to Uo.   The delay was unavoidable. .
ABOUT   ten   years   ago   1   arrived  ln
������.*����� this country,  with  the rest of my
".-family, after a sojourn of many years
Mn  the United "States,   it was necessary   for  me  to  earn  my  own  living,
and, my  only, assets  comprised ' several   years'   experience   of   store   life  ���
*Jn   various   departments   of   various
drygoods  houses  in  Philadelphia.
The only possible opening for me,
therefore, lay in what is here termed
the "drapery.- business," After many
weeks of futile inquiry- at different
drapery establishments, and a lam-
���ntablo lack of advertisements to
answer, I managed to convince an
extremely gentle-looking little head
of a department- that tho said department had need of me. Having
brought matters to"this happy crisis,
tho question of remuneration enmo
up.
"flow much1 salary do you require?"
he nsked,  rather  timidly,
���"Well," I replied cautiously, "of
course I should like ns much as you'
will give mo, I had $8 n week In
Aiin'rlca, That is about S3 shilling!*,
Riif'-n.'- he gasped���"of course I
know that Is more than I Hhnll re-
ceive in this country. Do you think
a pound a week too mucn?"
"A pound n week! n pound n week!"
ho exclaimed, looking upon me with
indignant'oycH, 1 renlly thought i\t
the moment I had lout nil ohnneo of
employment there, "I could not think
,of such a wage. I will give yon 25
pounds n year, and of course you will
Wo   In."
It was how my turn to look bewildered. Strange to say, I bad never even
heard of tho llvlng-ln system, although
It Is practiced by most of, the largo
drapery concerns In every town liuEngland.
"LlVO 111?" I repented, confusedly,
"Yea, live In, of cmirpc-llvo |n Iho
rvouae. All our young Indlon, and men,
too, livo In���thnt Is, with very few ex-
ceptlons-iuid ao far as I nm concerned
I will engago no new iiH&iKtant uiiIpk-i
she eonnontn to livo In. Still, If you'd
rather not���"
"Oh, I Ahull b* very pleased to do ho,"
1 hastened to miy.. "Pardon my up-
���pearlng ro dense, nnt I had never heard
of hiicIi a thing beforo,"
"It'a nil right!" he said, generously,
"You enn conimonco on Tuesday,  Come
Monday evening and  tho housekeeper ���
���will show you your room.'
My Unit NoiiHiitlon on (putting tho
building wiih one. of [(imiHonicirt, it
seemed no altogether unnecoHHary, nnd
Indeed ('01111(111. for n ilrynaoriH linn io
ict up n boarding estnbllshment ovor Its
VuisliiesH departmontt' and Insist on Its ���
employes living there. I did not llko'
tho Idea at nil, but l hnd to work, and
If thest*1 woro the ru|os there wns no
nltornntlvo but to submit, Now ono
thing I did know concerning shop life
in England, and thnt wns thnt wearing
black wuh ooiupulHory, I there fore Invested In a black tucked satin blmwe
(��tylo ond material nro optlonnl no Ions,
as blnck la worn), which, with a black
Kt'iKO skirt I already posHossed, completed my.outfit. Mondny evening found
me knocking at tho housekeeper'!- door
on the fourth floor of tlio building.
���Ciigliiiiii In rich in undent bullillnirs,
ns everybody known; but surely, thought
1, no fnr ns construction, convenience,
���jtwltntlon,   decoratlwn  and   pverythlng
* it,- .;.���'. ,,,���'t.i,��, ',*/���,��� u<..>'(,��'./'<: tftc concerned, I nnd happened upon in Mile of
the reuioto p.n>t, i uiunt tell you hero
that I do not sny thnt the plnce la typical or nil similar establishments In this
country.
It Is thn only shop tn Bntrlnnd In which
1 bnve lived, but it Is one i'f the iiUrn-.
respoctnblp, HlirH-oltui*- establishments of
��� I.I.,    i-Hv      II    iin��ti)    r.'H*.    Mm.1.1   ���     v.i'1,m>
limn manses, ami 1 simply describe the
life there exactly ns I experienced it,
Tho building In In tbe very center of
tbe city, and npide up of many shops,
whicli have been added from tlmo to
time iin the business Increased, Part nf
��bi* living qunrt'Ti hnd originally been
nn old Inn, and tbe rooms themselves
hnd remained In much the some onnd'-
tlon ;\�� before, they ���Ai-re absorbed In Urn
mnln building, Y*t tli" whole presented
nn Imposing nnd uniform front nge.
,  To  gnin   my   prer-wit   pimdliuii   I   had
^"--'���The-meal-consisted-of-teaT-bread-
and butter."
climbed eighty-eight steps at the back
part of tho building, narrow, dirty
stairs, which turned and doubled, leading to other places, storerooms, etc. ,1
had traversed'narrow, barren corridors
and passed doors innumerable.   ��� ���   '
To my continued knocking the door
before me'opened, revealing a comfortable, wcll-furnlshed room, with a glowing fire and general air of coolness, but
it shut Immediately behind a disdainful
young woman of about 35, who demanded my busdness. - . ������
After some explanation, I was-conducted up more stairs to my rtom, or
rather our room, for there were three
beds In It, although that night I was
nlone, for one bed had no present occupant, and the occupant or the other was -
away on hei' iinnunl holiday,
1 was very fortunate in having a front
room; fortunate, nlso, that the month
was September, It broke mo in more
grndu.'illy to the many hardships 1 had
to face, ,
You .must'remember that I wns fresh
from tho State*-; that I'or years 1 had
enjoyed warm bedrooms, unlimited hot
water and home life and comforts,
Mv present room was large (about Kix
10 leet) and lofty, Two curtiilnless windows looked out upon the city, This Is
a proverbially snioke-siiilned city, It is
hilly, also, nnd the roofs of lhe,shops
and houses rose and fell like the waves
of a great blnck ocean as fiir iih the eye
could reach, An unlovely view on a
lino dny, but on n wet or cloudy one,
when iho smoke hung thickly over the
city���well, on such days the prospect,
was not one to linger over. And yet
there Is not In all ICnglnnd n city with
lovelier suburbs. Quaint, sleepy villages; ancient historic churches; wood
nnd forest; a score of places well known
to you In Scott's novels���nil are within a
short distance of this snioke-stiiliicd
town. Thev wero not within my view as
I looked from the window on thnt nu-
tiimn evening, And when r, left alone,
turned to survey iny new home, 1 saw���
a dingy room, furnished with absolute
necessities; the walls covered with n,
hideous paper, the celling, once white-
wni-'licd, now a dirty gray; an extremely
ancient fireplace, uulltles** of lire; three
Alltel
"I had to cliiril) ninoty-.scven stops
to tny roniu."
us  were   occupied   by   men,   and   wero
'���reached   by   another, staircase   at   the
other end of the house. '    '..
Another group of-rooms for girls was
also reached by a different route, indeed,--It,wus quite a journey to go there
from my room, and our only bathroom
���was In the same direction, ���
Midway between was ,our,slttln_ room,
oi  very  spacious   apartment,   furnished
with the same simplicity and economy
as tho bedrooms.   In one corner stood
the. only luxury, a piano,'subserlbod for
and belonging to the girls themselves,
having been nald for on the installment
.ysU'in,    m  the  wintertime  there  was
a lire In this room all day, and the light-.
lng arrangement was good,  generally.
Our "bedrooms were very mengerly liglu- *
ed by electricity,    When we wished to
do  any  sewing  there  we  used  to  buy"
candles and, use them.
The ..various    corridors    were    loft,
quile     unadorned,    and     were    kept
scrupulously   clean.     Indeed,   If   half  .
the energy which was wasted on, the.
corridors   had  been  expended on  the,
bedrooms,    we   should    have   gained
gireatly   In   comfort,   for   our   rooms
Were   sadly   neglected.    I   used   to   go
home on Sa.tu.rday evening, returning
very   early   on   Monday 'morning;   but
my     roommate     wis     compelled     to
spend   her  (Sundays  here,  and  1  generally   left   her  'on   Saturday   evening,
1 sweeping  and  dusting   the   room,   to
make It habitable for the next day.
There was no. system = of warming
the living quarters except by the,
old-fashioned fireplaces, and these
were only used in the bedrooms In
cases of serious illness, ns they made
much extra work far 'the'molds. I
have known frequently when we
bave hnd to break the tee in the ���
water-pitchers to get at the wator
1 to wash with In the mornings. Can
you imagine dressing In a room at
)his  temperature?
We were allowed a pitcher of hot
'voter between 9 and, 9.30 P. M., .if
we fetched it ourselves from the
kitchen. For the rest of the time we
had to use cold. Had we been allowed hot water In the morning ,we
should" have felt the' bitter . atmosphere less, as English ',bedrooms, are
seldom warmed. But you must 'remember that our bedrooms were
away from iind much" higher than '��� tlib'
warmed  portion  of  the  house.
The lift (elevaitor) was for th? use
of customers, and although we were
not forbidden to use it, we riiUier
dreaded being seen doing so by any
one In authority,' so used the stairs
invariably. ��� I had to climb ninety-
seven steps to rhy room., - *
I will endeavor to describe an
ordinary day. The dressing bell rang
nt 7.SO nnd the breakfast bell at 8
A. M. Breakfast was served, from 8
to 8.30. ���-. '���-. . ���'���'
On mv first morning T went down
to the floor on which were the housekeeper's rooms, our. sitting room, etc.,
and was directed to the'dining room.
It was a long room, with bare wooden
floor and bare walls. Two long tables
. about a vard wide ran the length of. the
room. Thev were covered with white
cloths and had small plates placed at
regular Intervals down each side. Chairs
were ranged along each side of the
tables. At one table were seated a few
voung men,who stared at ine cmiouEiy,
but ln a friendly fashion. Seeing some
girls seated at the other table, 1 made
���my-way-thither; ����� ������-- ���--
.Tlie meat consisted of tea and bread
and butter. ' I was told I might have
coffee If I wished, but It' ��eemed to be
universally shunned, so T took tei.
After this frugal repast we went downstairs to our various departments.
Between 10 and 10.45 we were allowed
twenty minutes to wash our hands, after;
.itock cleaning, etc.. or to make any pur-,
chases !n the shop.
Pinner was served at 1, and, Ut). .re-,
spectively. Half," the staff went when
the 1 o'clock bell rang and the remain-
ing half at 1,3ft, when all those comprising the first batch were supposed, to he
back in* their departments, having
washed, dined and refreshed themselves
generally. The 1.30 diners were of
course, expected to be In their departments at 2 precisely. - -.,
Dinner consisted o/ meat, potatoes and
pudding. Sometimes _we had beef, at
other times mutton. The beef wns generally roasted nnd served either hot or
cold;' but the mutton wns occasional^
boiled. On boiled-mutton days we were
given mutton broth nsn fl-"'t coarse and
the onddlng wns omit'ed. Very often wo
had nn Utrn vegetab'e. The pudd rigs
rang the changes on rice.- sago nn; tap-
-.. InoiTmim puddlnn* nnd a few styles Of
Sniolicd -met.   Ob one memorable dny wo
hTU,1eitnbi'lMbment closed at *l V. M. on
Pat rdnys, nnd on this.flay.we ii ways
md hot roust beef and boiled potatoes
onlv. Wo were not pnmpered with
pudding, but could have a little cheese If
WTheSK'dnv dinner wns like tlmt of
Rntirdny, invnrlably the same the year
round, being cold ronst beef, boiled point oen nnd cold npple tart
Th tbe winter months the shop wns
closed at fl V. M.; i�� tbe summer months
at 7. Tea was always served at r. o dock,
and during the 7 o'clock cloning period
wei were'allowed half im hour. IJuriiiB
the carlier-eloslng period we were allowed llfleen minutes for the men); iind
I can assure you one bus to be fairly
rapid to climb, eighty-eight steps, hav.
tou nnd be buck In m-.r-'*' depnrtnieiil
within'fifteen minutes niter leaving It.
Tho bill of fare nt tentlme was pre-
clselv the same ns that at bieakliist.
Supper, served from 7 o'clock to t.Jli,
coiiMlstcd of bread and butter, cheese
i.n hot or cold milk. The bread wiib
always cut and buttered before It was
placed upon the tables for any meal.
1 beliuve the men received a curtain allowance of beer at supperllnie, though
1 was seldom present,ous I, like most
of the nil's, found the food unsuitable. ,
Tho majority of us used to purchase our
supper, outside and" eat It in our o.vn '
rooms, with a cup of cocoa made.on.tho
sitting-room Ure. On one or two occasions \v�� had cold hem' given us ut
supper. " ������'-'���
For the rest of the evening wo did as
we pleased���sat and read or-sewed in
our-great.sitting room tit Ave were i.teky
enough to get'a-ohalr nenr tho tire), or
wrote our letteru at the table. ���
All fi'iolulne employes were required
to-bo. within doors by 10.30 and all of
the-oilier gender by 11. Girls who desired to be oul later for so.;ie iiaiili'iiliii*
reason (theater, etc.), had to obtain
special permission; but this only extended to 11 o'clock, when the outer
doors were locked i'or the night.
At ,11 o'clock our lights were put out,
and any one who had not liiiisncd un-
dresslng had to do so In the dark.
There was a medical club and a lib ry
In connection 'with lhe place, to which
all i,employei' were compelled to contribute. Indeed, the fees were deducted
trom our monthly salaries, whether or
nut'we .look advantage .-of the benefits,
whicli were as. follows; Two or three
times a week at 11 A, M. the big bell
rang, proclaiming the doctor's presence
upstairs. Any one of us having any
ailment might then consult him. Of.
course, .If ally employe was seriously 111
the doctor's iUtt,'i'dance was assured.
Of ���the library 1 know little. One of
tbe male assistants used to come to our
sitting room once a week,'with'a list,
somewhat shopworn, of its contents.
Those girls who desired then made their
selection, which, if unappropriated at
the time, was brought to them.
The actual situation of that libra, y in
the building Is. to me, to this day, an
unfathomed mystery. 1 never took advantage of it, as 1 spent all my spare
"time In ri'tudy, ,to enable me to obtain
a post ln some profession where the
llvlng-in, system was not enforced���a
spost which happily 1 obtained at the end
of six months.
The living-iii system Is the subject of-
much discussion at. the present time, It
mav have some advantages, but It certainly has many ' disadvantages.", Its
moral side I d:),not wish to discuss; I
saw nothing ...Immoral'during my experience of It; but the fearful monotony
of the life as regards surroundings, food,"
routine, dress���yes, everything���Is intensely depressing. It seems'very hard
that girls who have good homes should,
in many .'cases, be compelled to leave
them ln order to earn a living, and for
those who have no home, amino other
means/of living, tliat they should not'be
able to call one room their very own,
even though It be bare, dimly lighted
and, in winter, bitterly cold. Often, on
winter nights, I have lain awake, unable
to sleep for the unaccustomed cold, and
listened to the rats scampering up and
down the corridor. How frightened I
was lest they shoCild'.flnd: sOrpe. crevice
through which, they, could get into my
room!   What noise' they did make!   A-
man   used   to   come   periodically'   with
ferrets and try to thin them a little.
The men and girls were about equally
divided In numbers In ..Engl sh torw
only  men are  .-mployed, n U*   In
the linen, silk, dress material, "idoj*-
stery  and   "gents-, furnishing"   depart-
" Monotonous as'the Ufa ls. I have seen
rt-any a littlo romance, much comcuy
amt somo tragedy played out In It; seen
mirreptltlous handclasps .on the daik.
narrow" Btolrji. as the dinner* bel was
viiifilng,  nnd-but I  had better say no
more, or the salespeople of j*n-vdol-
phtn will be wlehlng that tho living-ln
system, objectionable-though It may be,
ruled also In  American stores.        .
"A man used to oojtiu periodically
with .urrots."
SO WITJOH ofour splice has been devoted of lato to recipes that
correspondence upon other toplcx
htt�� beon neglected, It |s ni)t practicable to Insert one-hiilf of the
lottei'H drawn out by nrileloH which
hnvo appeared from tlmo tn dim. ns
leading "talks" upon this pngo or
elicited hy comnniniciitlon from
inomborK, ) grunt mynelf am reaclon*
thn pleasure todny, of glancing at a
fow' specimen articles that testify.to
the Interest awakened in our, widen-
Inff-circle of readers by the presentation nnd discussion of themes jpre.
snntod for tholr consideration, Kreo
dlsciiHHion and fnir Judgment are all
we ask for theso. So far un In mo lies,
I hnvo trlivj to nllow nil Rldes'tn ench
uucstton to have a cundlil nnd courteous hearing.
Thf  J?7,Tf Cfiutr
Ilrsvol   "J,   11.   D.,"   or   (l��rm��ntown,
J'.ii,, ��'. j Ji.n-ji.lli._- vi.in- iUi.1''' Fm- j.i.vi-iiv
rlneai nnt neenwsrlly deprive fine iif liis or
lier rlsliU, I fully ���yinimlhli'*., wllh ymi.
I um tlio mnilier of four llltle llillilnn, all
unil#r 7 y*sr�� <if sire, nn.l thty iiiunr. i��.
luppiirtDd���tdKotlirr with three niluln>-upiin
veiy win it 11 wiikih. .. .    .
The other ilsv a rnntrllnienr tn a Ifnil-
lnu |i!i]ii-|- n.'iId In' iniil.l nm r.>iii|inlniiil li'.w
IS per day whin a nl-iifli* iiiiui bin-
all hi. run dn to ma *�� Iiiih niili mn-t
upon the untiu* wnifi-p.
This turn may ulve oi.* the Imre m*cei.
mi ill a of life. Tin* wily hi.:urv I run (iffuril
In tli�� w\y nt lilcmturi* la ihe itnllv i.apir.
Vft I cnn ��iiy. wllh your (Je'rrnnntmvn cor-
re��pimd(Siit, (lint It 1�� nnt liiimcii. Ilnmir
, nr IneV of nmliltlnn Ihut htm lK>|it u* down.
One year "K�� th'�� wnntli ����.viii��l,i'iiilmnt
npeiiiilliiu hiivi' mv iiml *l*iy iliyn l" Uvr,
t hi,X m-l irhlMrtn And in-.- h'i"lnii'l *������ II'"
for. I m-l in Hmk ni i.nrii in hilflfy linr
lireilletlnn ef ilw> imlmni nun. All rummer I tt-rmnrhr hi t'n' *��-n-i-��-,| I'i'-'K t'-W!���-��<���
pn-fllfni   part*  ct   myi" l(   ninl  iihiik  ,\.ry
llieuim nt my euiillliaiiil tu build ui) iny lull-
Iiik powuis, for tli- hjI.i: nf my diniiti-.l lnm-
liiiliil nml m.v liU-Mi'il li,:hli-n.
I    Illlll.',I    till' 1A     lllll. II,II    Hll'lnll'l'   MIVlllKH
���mini illsupiM-iii'iil. iiiiiI ililii tiininiir I inn
UKiiln "nil run ilmvn." wild nn Iiiiiiih n-
servtnl (or Die iniiiiliami nf Hfi'-mivliiK /ii>-
luirnliiH in dn. tin in nt iiuurlriliiiii IU Ilinl
inlKiil hv I nn. up imiiln.
'rlie ui'i'illvllou nt il vi'iir nun Is llkily in
In* (ulnllvil un Imr wt i-'iimoni i.i nm inin
debt, und Uiu very wnnl in ulilnii relit tn
me. Like the vllluire miillli, I wiiui in !"���
Ohio to pny:   "1 nwii tint any tnnnl"
Th# lalmr (*nnill(lnin, an tlioy .-slut Uuluy
In Uie United Hiutix, nre lurgoly rcaiinimlbli*
for the prov&lllnit poverty an*mi|? tlvone who
ore able nn.l aiulmu tn w-rli.    ..
I am a new member of tlm icxeiwinKi* and
I may liuvt, tramiKit*i��oil smile or ynur rults
wllh which I am not eonverssm.      ,,    ,
I li��v�� several rt'clpi-n whlrh wnulil, I
think, jirnvfi in-'.iitiil to Kiniii) nt your punier
cnnntltiienU, Nfd'mliy li the mnihcr <it
liivi'iillnn. ynu Itnuw. nn,| tliusi: reel|4.*K urn
of  my own romimnltlnn.
r.   1',  *>*.   (Htlllwnter,  Minn,).
4 no  jt cipiiji  uio  iaiu urci   tsti' anut-i.c*
ISHiie. The letter nf this brave, true-
hearted wonutii might tie tiupiu-.u.ii in
outline by u tboiisniid others from wnm-
en whoso hushaiHls, "able und anxious"
to (ram an honest llvinjr, cannot do U
In this land of plenty nnd "prosperity."
Wn nro getting Impatient of that Inst
word! To many a soul sick unto death
,,;,!.   v   ������.  ���     I-.'..-,-..I     I.    1.,   Ill,��   ri.,.   ,.r,,   i.f
"I'eaco! neftce!" winii there In no
nencn���nnd ho fur ns tho average working man nnd w'imiin can see, i*,i pros-
pent of It���or what utmid* for It In tbe
present inHtnnce, I am neither alarmist nor Socialist, but the cry ut those
Hi-eklng work' nnil llndlng nunc has mug
In my ears and through my henrt nntl'
I am weary nnd confounded.
Sulfur <m�� nuro, teller along tin- earn,.
line:
Ynu unrvke the other itny of tn v����ny ui^in
tlm 'ii*U-*4> ii-ui,"   U li Avltvtr pUimti^.
1 llilnk ivi- nre what may I"' churned a*
"tlini.-(iu.iniii. (.oi.r." My litinlniiid Iiiin
imt li.nl nuiil.ii' i'iii|in> ii" in new im nlmi
iiiIjiiIIh, He U n -.lillltul uienunlaiiti Iin
hum in ii'd in iiilvt-illi-liiK iimiii fur a larmi
niiiiuil'iiciiiiiiig firm fnr llllii-n yeurs, Klv-
Inir siitlsructli.il in nil eiiiK-criictl. The president "finai* lilm nm" In niiiUe mom fnr u
rclnllvn of hln i.wn. The prenlilent Is a
iiilllinii.ilie'. nn tlie side er Un* <i|ipri'S��ur
them Is power. My lionr b"y Iiiih excellent
hi.inin,eni.ui.ims ns ii, iliinueiir and nlili-
Ily. He Is 10 years old. ftetlve, eneriie'tln
und moro tljnn wllllnit In wink, lie 1ms
walked the streets fnr weeks ut a tlmo,
calling upon, In all. tm men, UigKlnjr fm*
work. From, one and nil he ha* tne same
replyi "Hurry, bul IiiisIiiins Just now ts nt
the lowest ebb, We will keep, our eyes open
nn.l let ymi know If nnylhlnir turns up, Wn
lire i.iillinir off niiii-KiinO im-ii- hi |,r.'��enl,
not uklng ��m new,"
W�� hold up our heads ns If nur slender
bunk acco'itvi wrre nut "wrurliV away HUh
snow m lis tlmw,"   Day l.y .my we sny:
"(lull's In hla lir-ilieri: iill'n rlelit Hllli Ills
*Aniiii. I uni noi Milium i<> imiii .""if
sHisllillltles hi,, n "lianl hick mmv."   Hut 1
.Ull   l.li^ltr����.:.,   l.,    ll\K    .�� I iil,,/    a,...,,,,.,.....,,'.
fi'iinulii, ",\lv IiiihIiiiiiiI linn l'i.-n iiiii of
work nil winter" or "for six months," anil
tlm uri(i-nt ri-iiimnii-iiiliilliiii fi nm imm nn.l
liuiplt lo namf Uir iH|.nn ���f iiunt,'. I
inn piisKlfi! I.eyoinl txi'rinsli.ii hy tlie ill��-
pliiy of nliiiuiiillns wt-iillh on lhe |i��rl of
those Him nil- "tnitthii; off, mil titlUUM on,
Tion **
isn't   il   one of   tct'keiis"   i-musiii-r"  who
su>s of (hr |,.l,.-r iiroiPin. "It's nil a inU't-
���   ���  ���      y ntiiimie.    iwiwn in llm
[ Ir, tin  H-irtl cry,  "Uow
Die |.ii|�� m iirtlm lh.it  this Is s |Tn��-
l*roii�� veurl
on'i; np tiii: Tuui:r..yi'AUTi;u*- i*nni.
I iinnli.cii for a Konil bmr the ��*;i"-
dlency of prlntlnit thi* letter. I re-onim-d
dint tin? tru��* Ktory cinli r,,,r i>fter
Hie riiii.lllliins Wlijrli li.ive Iim i;,il .ilo'ill
the etnte   of   thlriKr  "ur   wife  ileplct".
.lllll    Wblcll   ml'!    lll'JIl.    lOlliili'li    'fliUI    "'"
tiotimn of m.v �����.
luriK?   Uow l.iiiH*"
Vet
cure tu own, I make It piddle inw, thill
ot bors may learn from bcr the lesson
of. trust in Clod "whnte'er hefnll"; Uinl
Ihey may not bemoiin theit'own pllwhl
iih If It were it r-inmi'i' rule Hint has
hi'flilleti llii'iu. I'eiiiiips, loo, In tbe
faint hope that soineliody mny tell us
why these thliins nre ko.
tiliinulllK lhe Miih.li'cl for OIK' Uvs de-
pressliiK. Hini we in a iilsi|iilHllluii
upon���
llouseclt'fininyr
I rend your I'lll"i Hln.ii liiiii��ei'leunllill In
Um KxehiiiiRlr, nnd snld In mvselr, "Fnlks
is illffdrenl,"
My espfirlence whs unlike thut set down
lliere,
In April, ns the run hh'w tint, we lieitnn
In nsk If we nilulii iml on summer dn-sser.
Ilyiiiiiiilui nnd diiff.iillls I'l'iuin in PI,nun,
end we fnunil violets In sheltered places.
The answer wns, ".Vol uiiill nfler tin*
.   .....   i.,    i  ..   . ..* ..,-,i   . i ...  , .   ..
mollier l��'sln In  Hn- nlili*.   Tion Ihe mini
"111,    c,H\|-(:H,.,|    ;,.     ,-, .-��� I,,���-,,,      ,.|lt.tlf,.-r    IITVI
Ki-ni-rnl heli��r came wllh a woman whew**
(,'i-iKiiil eiinl.lur l'|, ..nm- i.iijii-ik: mil
wrlll everything, There were civ of us to
run ��n��l h��*ltj. Wei'" ��.r.' Irinlml |uilm
an.l nnors scriitilieil while wn were In
��. Iiiii.I. Tin- ii .ui ��ln���ik , ,.i|.. U and while,
tv.ishi'd eelllriKs, wiilli- mnilor wuh over-
n.'i'liitr nil
iind nun, ninl |r, iliii'i.r. (i Wvlinr ii mo.
Sin h soups nnil I'll'*  (r. in the lust o' thf.
iri.llKS   IV*   rllllll   li* vi I    ��rr   (IKillll.
I had lhe Imokn lo w tn. Tin* men snld,
"I.el lor .In it 'I Inn w��- tint > tie utile lo
find Ihem In ttnlr |i|:iee��." Pur siup|n-r
llnre were tint l.l��,-nlla (irnl fresh roaplc
HIU|' un.I thi.-k ki|Mlires Of ijllis. 11,1.ii.l, Ol
--.iin ihlnif i-i|iiullv K"i"l ("i huiiKry iien|ile,
A Itllle mine woik ��n.| tn l��*d In sui-h e ml,
Iniwrant lootns. Tin re wn* ).,!�� of work In
tlii.M.   tiir-i.ll   .la*,*.
���Sow vie (lean tin* liiu��e frirn end in end
~  ......    ~.,.. .~i....  .....   ....  .... ,,   ....
,��� '<w   v>,-   . i.-nji   in,-   ,,,,,,..-   k.iim   ,-it,i   i.i   .....
w.iltlv.   rleiirlns  on'   nn.l  ciunn  ����nv  nil
��r   -.in  -i ii-.  ,i(   P.-i.--I  .ir"   ti  ni',mil.   .mi
hnvi* profenslnniil cleaners, whllo we lin-
movc our minds or net our splint! dresses,
i.iiu  no  .ine a,'t,i-��vui..vi  liiai u,...,iuni'  liu*
"\"e  i'?ini  K<*  oiu'li.    Wu would  mil  ll   we
��\>uUI.    ilul siiineilnnij   hus  liei-n   .osi.
I roiliof lo say vii.il Uiom.' suo.iin-i- oicsm'.s
wen* nil i-euilv to ��� |iui on wiiui We k,.i
tliern out..       e'l.lZAIJKiil   H-  i'..'iiliii|'0).
If we could ko far enough  bad*; to
interview ".Mother"With r��*_uvd to her
upui-iitioiiH and seii-iitlons wi.lii* Kliv,-
uoeiii wtiri'-ui school and carpet licu.-
in��,    whilewuniiin..  ' HorubbuiK    nnd
. K_ih>iuI   cleaiins-out   oi'   "glory   liuie. '
. twliy "Biory"  1  could never cuuipru-
hanii!) went on. under the snipervksioit
of   the   worried   mlsii'es.s���tuo   reuo-
spect would he less poetlcol,    .,
'    In tho nmttcr-.of |*ou_ecluunlnj.-.. tlio
- l'ui'.ner   days   were   oniphulienil .*   not
lietter than these���even IIWe do have
to   make   over "last   season's   ro.yiim
trom the skirt-hem up!   The liiiisjiinrf
to'uch to the picture supplied  by  thu
ready droK.es is  to me  the -brlBbtest
liKhl in the whole history.-
Not the least .'attractive, funtui'e In
tho modern method of housoiieunliiK
mentioned witli a. hulf-reKiytful sluii
by our vivacious correspondent in'tbe
monthly dlstrlhutlun of rubbish. It in
1 capital idea.
Froin a Clever Girl
May a niadcap of n Blrl w'hri likes fun as
much an the next one speak n llilli* f|)i*ech7
You lilt the nail rlidil on Ilu- hood when
you wild Unit we don't re.prct a mun Who
hasn't money when he dO;-s tin*-millionaire
act In takliiK ub out. It nu')toi�� mi> sorry
nnd' 'inhumed- when n fellow who hns his
.way to nlnke in' the world -nil the way
from tho bottom of the huldr hires a
lu.\l lo take me"to a' party, ur ti concert.
or to the thcuter. 1 ,iur( know - he I*
plnohlni? In somewlieie to mnl;o up for
tlie $5 1 huve cost lilm tliat cne evinliiB.
And when he, sciuls uiu Ilo em In one of
T���'s Iioxob, I could cry with pity.
Ono > until���us nhe n i.;^ ,.-��� >���>>.. stopped -
Is a. unlvviHlty siuuenl, llvhin wlUi h.��
widowed mother. He iii'l."d m- laul.w.i k i.r
go lo the theater with lilm, ami tr.lked ot ���
Ktittintf tickets that, uay.'.becar.se ..uc iiiuki
upply for good emls a we k ahead. So I
Bpoke right out, and pr'oiiot-oil that we shoult
'"���go. Into the balcony. ��������� We euiilutfemuili
better there than from nrch.ftru chairs. I
went n little furtliL-r, havitig. ni milled w.'l;
my bl-.-nseilest of mothers beforehtntd. I said
, Kho and my biolhei����������� re boIiik to the theater thnt same evening. - und ivuu'iln I IJ
be jolly to-make up a paity? Yiu.sue. I
snw he was about to ask her to i;o ns
chaperon, nnd I got In my lino work ahead
of him. To eut a long'story short, we four
w-nt together, and afterward mother espleil
';     two, other  young  people  coming  out.   and
.' nsked them to come home with us. A\ e had
Ice cream, fruit anil cake and one of the
rnvUhlng effervoue 11 ili'tnkn that dear
woman makes of grare. juice, ginger ale ami
ne. Koch a merry. Innocent time: Win th
ten evenings In a hot, "glaryV restaurant. ,
with hosts of people looking on. And it did
i.�� good  to see,that ,my escort looked  bo
caic-uec all tlie evening." Our spree cost
him less than $2., It I hud gone aa ho would
liuvii had me go, ho would not have got oft
under til���maybe $7!    And  that for a boy .
li-, ing- on ~thc~ pock���t���Tnoney���he-^getn^f rom	
his. mother!
All this may sound very mcicenaiy to you,
nnd you'll, maybe, despise me for coming
down to such petty ma iters us dollars ana
cents, where a young fellow's pock.t Is con- ���
ceroid, but 1 huve' brotht'is of my oWn,
nn.l I hear them ialk about the temptations
a fellow has who tries to keep up app.ar-
uncvH ln the society of people with more
mon.-y than be has, 1 verily believe a f��i-
low would sooner be thought 'dishonest than
stingy where n woman Is to be waited on
Iiml nattered.
*' Maylie that's going a llltl.* too fur. Anyhow, no man shall be tempted to steal to
���pay for my pleasuring.��� Upon that. J. am
determined. "l'ICCI" (New York tjlty).
it Is a p>ty other brothers do not teach
Misters to have ns much mer<-y,upon
"a fellow's" pocket as this "madcap"
shows! There Is a cool brain under the
"cap," and the right sort of hearl under her bodice, So far. from dosplsliiu'.
her, J honor her principles and admire-
tho tactful address with which sho-
spared the escort's purse un deride at.
the Hiimo time, She will be as prudent
and Ingenious In looking nfter her hus-
brind'n Interests when the lucky man.
gets her,
Against lhe Spender        <
I must tluink you for the papor, "Ht
would (i.-woolng go," It Is especially Interesting to n young g|il. You know wo
nflen uilk over such matters, together���wo
girls.
1 have In mind two couples who uro married,- uinl I am much Impressed by the different views they take of certnln matter*.
One couple hnve been mnrrled three or
four yen ni. They lmve built a pretty home
nml furnished It well.' Thev hnvo nKviiyn
���jime to .gouil hIiows and paid for the beBt "
Mills iiiiil���jiit luut sprlnn were cumin Mul in mnrtgfii'c their home,   '
The oilier couple huve not been married
unite n yenr, but they, lire beginning vory
lUII'i renlly, regard ess of lhe, met lint thn
hiitilinnd of this liii-nd Ih his fulhiT's part-
in r In n gnu: business. They Ihe pn-ttlly.
I.el iliuplv, nod run Into no in eilless <*x-
pi'iidlliiri's.
We live In n town of not more thnn IJ.-
Ik0 Inh'.ililtiims, Of coiiimi*. the nppiirtunl-
ties lor mulling ii tttiw i,iul ihrowing awny
.linn, y me nut lilm whnt mio llnds In it
iue.it iiiy. i-
I'ersnnally, I du mil cure in huve a young
mini feci Unit lie must be Npeiidlmi mutiny
for me In order In pluise me. Kval inuiill-
iiiHH-hiiiieslv nnd loiisisli-ney to one's
|irlniiidis-Un' iiunlltles ihut go to tliu
making up of n true man, ure In mv sight
"iiiiui- in be ili'hbeil" thun money and up-
liilli.llt llbeiiiliiy. On the olb.'i luml, I
have seen young men who ore perfectly
willing to h-t the girls do the entdiiiiliilng.
,\n onn Kirl piiu it aptly! they "net a*
ebalr-wtiriiurii," .... t
I'aidmi the length nf this letter, liut I
hud iioiiii'Wliiit to say upon this subject,
nml  I  l.(i.l  in speak.
o.M'! or Yoini ��lllll.H C'enlralltt. lib).
Plant Impressions
HKTU'5 In a way to take li'upri-Ht-lonii
of   phintH   which   will   rcxemblo
Hteel eiigravliiKH,   Two of tbem,
In fitcl; tnke your'choice.
The Urn I method Is to take bnlf n nheet
nf lliie woven paper iind i-.iver it* mir-
face with nweft oil; let It ��tund a inn.
iilont or I wo. nib off the mipi'Hliiomi oil
und hung It in the air, When It ta
fairly dry, move It m|i>w|v over tbe flum��
nf n cuiil'i*, lump nr yiiH Inirner (cuii-
llnn) uiiill It Im iiiilli- bin -k, lay the plant
or letif no ll, pin e a I'li'iin pli'.'o of
pii|ni' on tup nml rub ei|imliy with tho
fini;er�� for about   half ii   inlnuli*;  then
tube  'in   Die   idiinl   nnd   I'liir'c   It   nn  tin*
paper on  which  It  Is  demied  to leavo
Oil  llll|.|l ni lull.    CUVCI   It   V.IU.  <*,  Jli'-.-C  ui
biutilriK paper nnd r.ib as before. Th��
srigrnviriK-llki. ImpreHnlofi will tl.*n np-
Iiejir,
Ily the M'cond im-ibml. burn n comuinn
rmk until It I.** re.Pn nl t.i ;i imwdi-r,
ii.Id a ii ,ir>puiirifiil ut "!'>' nil .uni mix
Into a thi- It pa��.to. Next jialnt tbo un��
di-r Mile of tin- leaf with a caniel'��-lmlr
lirn-.li. lay lhe leaf carefully, pulntfd
fide dnwn, upon n piece of clean paper,
iii-��-hh Ii In a book under a .mronjc nml
��� ven wi-litbt for aboin a i*;iartt*r of an
bii;ir nml teimive I he n*iil I'titi-tudy troill
the  paper,    As  briori-, tin-   iiuprcmitori
*lll iil'I'UI    '.l.�� H-.l.
V^_>^V^,r_* THE NEWS. CTIMBBRLAMP. BTtlTlSBt COLUMBIA,  THE FURNITURE STORE  ii* m>M������> Jtn^arj. ammman aamm  SEMI-ANNUAL  ���������CASH  SALE-  U From SEPT. 13th to SEPT. 30tti  A Good Opportunity to Spend your  Money Profitably.  li A*  CAMPAIGN ECHOES  flGHT AGAINST CHEAPER LIVING  {THK I.ATI-ST COM I'll V)  H_!d in the Cumberland Hall Sept.  "14t!i, 1911,---B3ckgra?fnd Pictures of four or five Pigs.  CHARACTEES:-  Mis Honour Tu 'ire Abiiiins, in tlie Char  The Hon. \V. J. I!������i',vse:r,,.. .in a'  Chair  Mr W, H. Hnyward    Iikevii.se  Mr. Colin C-impbel!         ''  TlieChairman in an inaudible  voice introduced W. H. 11 ay ward  Loud cheers. Mr Hayward arises,  and with an accent oue could cut  with an axe, proceeds to inform  an intelligent audience that it  under Reciprocity the cost,of"  living will be cheaper wage's will  decrea.se automatically. For  'instance, if under iieciprocity the  Canadian Colliery Company can  double their output owing to .the  reduction of the duty..on coal and  coke ihey will immediately proceed to reduce the wages of their  =^rrpim'ew^O=.h"Y^=G:0'DS-i==  ...,' 'Phis scene"is supposed to last  an hour-greatly to the benefit of  the next door neighbor; name  unknown, -  Schnk II.--This, iri accompanied by" music. '-The 'Campbells  are Comiii'." '       . ���������  Knter Mr Colin Campbell, who  with a few well chosen remarks,  leaves lhe stage to his Hon. friend  Exit Colin.  ...  Scknk III.���������Enter the Hon.  W. J- Howser, whose part consists chiefly iu the use of the first  personal pronoun.  For an hour he kept his audience spellbound, not so much  with his eloquence as with wond  erinjj; what the Japanese had to  do with Reciprocity, ihe subject  in question. After flaying poor  Duncan Ross dlive, started in  . with the principal question.  Talked for a while. Nothing  new. Loud cheers. Prolonged  applause, No arguments. No  questions. Chairman moves the  meeting adjourns. Sic Transit  Gloria Miiiuli,   Curtain,  N McPhee Work, Cumberland  N. HIKANO,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  J<ADi us' &, Gknti;kmkn's  TAII.OR  MADK     SUITS  KROM   ������2000   TO ������35,00,  Cleaning  and Prkssing  DONI-; AT  Rkasonadi.k Pricks.  G^>SX5K-igx������>^^  ���������������,.'.- "... > V  's Bicycle Shop!  fl. ^akanishi, Pt*op.  ���������M  Phone, 52.  Cumberland B.C,  w  '.m.HSOi  5 AiWiiii^l!iZ_S___iQ  Heintzman Piano For Sal..  y^mm***/*****\ i .%a.^^^j^^^*at**tmt*\fn*t   rmj*\r****-l)tfw,**r**4aM^^*l  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Vun won't'he nlili- to Iind ono  of those 1.111'X'ilion yelpi'i's on thu  morning of the 2:������i.d, with a .lino-  toulli conili,  sSock it tu 'n'l."  . ^���������  ��������� iikiiidoi-t cut nf  on   tlio 21m  ,' liOWflCl" *  "! 'nnn'iii"i'ing J'l'r.-diiit'iry''- -S> .*���������  ������������������hlimderV I'cpiiii i.f tlm l!ni\>er  nutting.���������Un wittingly toll tlio  tnifli.  Lol.   every    la'lii'i'nl  pili- nn ii Wiit if.i'iiyu v  vnln    mwl  f-,." I!  wo i'I  t I      A I I . I .   11  Wilfred"  will  "linii.li   hi,*,  nil, ri(_lit, ami iho  oli'c.lors  *r,i      i -i  il- i>      HIV     V.Ollr-l l\il" IVI'S    (ill  th-:JM.  Iilhlcinl of tnkin^' tlio   licit]   t:i\  <������lf Chinese, tho l;ouii should  Lo  t i'mIi l iff   t'uiK-c   wlio  tho disloyalty yolp.  aro  )oljii  ML'  If I>iiih������'.ii Um������ wns foi-tml .in  this I'lir^titneney l.y Sir Wilfred*'  tf) Win Mr, CI*-mo������itu hy tlm Me  VixUU- -l!uv..-������i' Mui'lmio.  TliNDIiKS will be received it the  office ol W Wesley Willard, Cumberland.  U.C, until Ucinbet 1st, iqi i ,'far the pur-  dwsc'if i MciuUinnn Piiiiin. The juinric-  is almost new and in first ii'is** conclitini-  and can be seeii, at tha home of Mi ���������  McDonald, Comox, U.C.  I'.d������ est <ir any tender not ucccs mrily  accepted.       W. W. AVtU.ARI),  Official Adiuinistrator.  Cnmbcrlaud, B C, Sept! iatlv, igi'i.  COMMUNICATIONS  Kditor NHWSi-  Direcfly Reciprocity became a  question, pf practical-politics Mr.  Joseph Chamberlain  asktd   liis  standing   tarift   commission    to  make a special report   upon   it  As Mr Chamberlain is one of th.e  most   prominent, -leaders of the  Unionist party even our Conser  vative friends must,   accept   the  conclusions arrived at, especially  a.s his great desire is to tax Iiri-  tish   fo'id   under his scheme of  Tariff I'eforni.    The report appeared iu his political organ, the  Birmingham    (England)    Daily  Post of March 22nd, 19i'r'.      It  suites, that; 'Ca'nadl^uiider' Rec-i-  piocity-   will  a'dnijt free   to  the  United ''States/"gbbds    to    the  amount of $9,960,000. wl'iilst the  States wiHadinii Canadian goods  free amounting to ������11,000.000.  Qauada already itiiports the w,hole  of the $9,900,000 from the Sa'es  except $1,300,000, of which only  11   per cent comes to her, from  Great Britain.     These figures,  the report says, refers solely   to  the import trade of both couutri* a  and seeing that both   countries  will uuder Reciprocity compeie  011 equal terms, the balance   of  advantage   in   respect, of these  goods will rest with those   who  have the greatest potentialities,  namely, Canada; therefore little  opportunity would '.seem   to   he  given by the agreement for the  United States to capture any 61'  Canada's   imports.      IJut   there  appears to be a large area for au  increase of Canadian importation  to the States, Canada's opportu*  nity being especially marked   in  tho case of wheat.      It  further  says Hint the duly of 6c por lb on  cheese is practically prohibitive  against Canadian cheese,   whilst  uuder   ilie   agreement it would  only have to compete with Swiss  and Italian in Ilie United States,  That the 6c per Ui on butter n-  sulte with uo trade between  us,  and that the ultimate effect   of  making it free will lend to a'trade  in bitter, with the result that,we  shall make less cheese nnd   the  price of it will be higher iu consequence.  In Hie matter of fruit, it .'ays  thai- i aiiaciii now imports $270,-  000 worth of American apples,  and ouly export* 840,000 worth;  so that Canadians already depend  n--nt- tlv> St'ik"- for their apple:;.  In the matter of fish, it states  that ihe Uni fed Kingdom-supplies the Americans with large  qualities of fish, but thai under  Reciprocity Canada will capture  that trade from ns,  The report says that tiiere is  an iuiinen.se opening for the Ca������  iiodian farm or under Reciprocity  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BHHR  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  ^N^u^'-^A^ViA*^^^ f*n*^f***l^tm*^a^a*  *v*V*>������*'\^*H'V<*Uw*WS_*&  cf London. Hug���������, who in his report to the Knglish board of  rado, says, that the free importation of store cattle will give an  impetus to breeding in.the Dominion, but with a diminution ol  meat sent to England wi'h" a  consequent rise of prices to the  Canadian farmer.  It also says that there will  be  an increase in tiinfier values; also  that the Canadian  import  trade  in   manufacture's. ;and .-materials  now to be made fiee reciprocally  is some ^4,00,600. and,, that the  major part of that is already free  into Canada from  all 'countries  Therefore Canada is uot hit in  that   respect   further  than that  Canada will then be .able to import her sheet iron a 11 d,tin   pla.te  froin the Suites instead   of  from  Ti'n^lTm^"t'^liW~^d"v^tlg^"iuKr  ihat-as   under   the -agreement  Canada will benefit by-the reduc  lion on autos. to 3o.,pei,-'.cent,  as  against 45 per cent to all! olher  countiies Canada will.be able to  build up a large luitoinpbjle   industry.  Now, Sir, the opponents'of Re  ciprocity wish, to make.us believe,  that, we should lose 011 every hand  if we rati He'd the agreement, and  are spending huge sums of their  own and aUo of American dollars  supplied by ihe,ink-rests on. 'he  oilier bide of the line ip. prevent  us'getting ��������� another' market for  our surplus products and supplying those we import free of duty  which would at least average 30  per cent to 35 per cent jess cost.  In short, they think they can  hypnotise us to believe ihat scarcity and high prices are a bless  ing and that'abundance with fair  prices and fair profits the producers should be prohibited by law  and hy a specious and fautastic  ,'iriangenieni. of words persuade  11s thnt a horse chesntit. is a dies-  nui horse Joskl'U SiiAW.  $ ���������M,,M,lM,'M''M,,M,'i'4'*i'  ������ ;���������GENERAL'."REPAIRING OF���������  I  I Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  1 ^Guns, Etc.. Etc,  g Plumbing Done. ''  (S   Bicycles for Sale  I and Kire<v  .  g P.O. Hon 360 Telephone 7-0  a^^afa/aAt^kAa^a*^^  SELLING  OUT  Local agent for  Cleveland, Massey-Harris  aud Perfect bicveles.  SOCCER NOTES  T'.c sailors from H.MC.S.  Rainbow went dpwii lo defeat, on  Sunday, the United-*'running out  winners by 2 goals to nil.  The first halfUwas mostly in  favor of the home team, the sailors bejng seldom, 'dangerous  Harrison was- the first to draw  b'ood, beating the goalkeeper  somewhat easily. Somerville  was credited with thesecondigoal,  the ball bouncing off him aud  going through. The secondliall  was more evenly contested, and  the sailors with a little luck  should have scored. Eagerness  on their part spoiled their  chances, *���������-      ' ^  For the winners Campbell, Oir  and Flockharr, were the pick.  TIlTFis^n~TrTacle"lTi_" appearance  after being away from the game  for over a year, and did not  stretch .himself,' but should soon  get into his old stride again. The  sailors, considering Hie amount  of practice they get, made a got d  showing,. Guthrie.at centre half  and Jones, left hack, played a  great game, aud were instrumental, in keeping the score so low.  A picked team froin H.M.CS.  Rainbow and TI.M.S Shearwater  .and Egeria will visit Cumberland  ou Saturday, 23rd inst They  wiil be opposed by No. ,5 This-'le  League Team, when a good game  should be witnessed.  The Thistles intend running a  team in the R. (.). League thi������  season, Tliey will run the strong  est team Cumberland can turn  out, and it 'in to be hoped that  their efforts will meet with success, and that the H.C. championship will come to Cumberland.  BUGGIES nnd'  FARM IMPLEMENTS  AT     LOWEST     CASH     PRICES.  iv., a-ssTZTsfz.  B.C. HARDWARE Go., Ltd,  733 Jolmson St., ^Victoria.  */sM*A*\wi*\*\\*^^  ^IlllllllllilllillilllllllllllllllllUllllllillllllllllllllllJIUIIIIillUllllllllillllUIIIIU  I OapitHl $6,200,000. ,; Reaerve $7,200,  J   The Royal Bank of Canada^  I DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CURHKNDY,   PAYABLE   /'  I OVER   THE    WORLD.  | SPI.CIAL ATTENTION paid loSAYIXl^S ACCOUNTS & inli  I  1  at highest Current lUxiw allowed on Dt'positB of $1 and npwai  CUMBERLANT), B, G., Bianch, Open Daily  UNION WHARF, B. 0.,   Sub-Brach, Open Tliuradnya  D. M. MORRISON, Manngier.;  I" COJRTSNAY,   ������   C,    Bi ftnch,    Open Daily.  I W.HOFF, Manager.  %lfl!ailUIIIII!l!IWII!ll!!.'1!;illil!l!lllll!IIIIIIIIIIiM  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLI  CONVEYANCE,}  __. LJk  %  Dunsmuir Avenue  Cumberland'  ������������������������-  Kditou Ni-;ws:--Not only was  there a much smaller attendance  to hear Mr Dowser than there  was when Mr Koss held Mie platform , but a noticeable'lack ol'  enthusiasm. Had our Conservative friends exhausted their usual  supply iu their autos and baud  effort? From the {socialistic  point of view wc now know  where their self-appointed champion stands. Me attacks Duncan  Ross tor not allowing him ou the  platform at the joint meeting,  and accepts a scat on the platform  with Jlon^VV. Howser, humbly  th,ii-l.:i**<>' bun IVu* \)*>> of'-dcwcei:-  siou. Is.he a Con-ervativc wolf  iu blicep's clothiuj;? Socialists  are too intelligent to be deluded  oh the 2ist by so obvious a bellwether l*oor Mr VV. II. May-  wnrd, M.P.1M The ladies would  not sit out his prosy quota'ions  from other .speeches. Also our  Mr Manson, M P.P., wasconspic  Hit' ftoie aui.nals lor turning into.uotisby liis aUence���������wisely so.  beef, aud quotes Mr T MutheWs, [ Wkcii������r6citv.  ji  ^V. BOflOHfl-i  ���������^8  *?i������i|  ���������111  Wholesale Dealetr in WINSS, LIQUOR &Bfi:|  I������. 0. BOX 432  PHONE 39...,  I  CUMBERLAW;  WITT���������KMIWWI  TEtfniWS wMMm' neeivadup  to Rntiii'diiy. Sept. 80th. fnr tho  hnildiii:.'ii oT ii third storv addition lfi my hiiiMhior on I)iinn.  in nil- AviMiiic, l'liuis and rtp'"'i-  liontinni*! may bo Keen nt my office,  Tlm lowest, or any remler not  necessarily ae.oepfdd,  Victor lloNon.y.  DISSOLUTION1 OF PA RTNKU-  SHIP.  TAKK NOTICE that tlm pnrt-  niTPhip *-xistinfif botwHin'lt, Mor-  mil ami A, Maxwell in oonm>('tion  w'tli the Star T-lv������M>y Stable iu the  City of Oiitnlif-rliiii'i has been ilin.  PoJvod as of the 15 day of September.  ui     i, l.c,    1  ill*  ir  111 III  aiimmmimiiaatmamwt*mH-miti'JivtM������iu,vttarammii ���������������wm  This is the first spring in the history or Comox  District that the local 'demand for e^s has been  equal to the supply.' Noihiuji pays belter than  poultry, if they are rijjhtly 'maiiayecl, ������������������ Hej������iu  with the little'fellovv.s nud'lied ihem CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of hone meal, wheat,  oats, corn and oilier -.-rain, cut and blended iu  the right proportion to make them thrive and  grow,    For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,  JHi.M.Ki; IN  II  ;'}  i  i  ���������   - Courtenay, ������?.  .01111 AND KKKI).  tmW^m\m^immw?^iw^ ' .nswivKiz  *.  y_ymmii9t*mtt*j'tfi^xf yTpi-m*iiwx*i'tw*am*T /1^-amamag wcv'vcvwewijwinnf w������l  l_UUU_H-WBKt.W__a |{'-i|1������������'>Hi|,i'IHltfM'TT^nllllll Stff Jm\iJ*M*M ^>"7-t***MTm*f''!ry''f'ta^ fmtl'i  second-hand AUTOS FOR SALE  M  t���������������>iii ami am ri-wn' ww  One 4-cyliudcr UUICK,  cunplete with lop, jjlass  front, speedoiucier,  ckctlie side and tail  lamps,   and   acetylene  head lights.  Price.    ...  $850  up  ���������nn] Ine))*'!!*);,' Scf/'v'-'-W l.",')i.  1!)11 are tin* joint promrty of Ii,  Horiml and A. Maxwell nml the  snmo mny he piiid to A Maxwell  who i<- niitliorlviwl to cl vm vnm.! Mr-  r. ' )  for the ^niiie.  All dehtH eoiitra',t-(l by the  Iirm np to and ineliiilincj tli* nbovo  mentioned dnte nin*-t be pn-i-piited  within thirty dnyu to A. Maxwell  ���������*Hin will *-ati*-fy the Hani"', o*i my  heh-ilf  II, Iloriml will not be mpowi-  bio for any de-'tP contrflcted in  i-oniiei-'iMii with the Paid f.irery  Si nl ile liiisinesn on and tiffin* the  lotli, day of Sepfeiiiho." 1011,  R, UdKN.-t,  One car same ns above.  with bead, side and tail  lamps, {jenera  tor, etc, Price  $750  One 2.cylinder Huiek,2o  29 lij)., generator lamps  top wind-shield,'f-u  etc,, oulj  l-shtckUV'JCA  Iy ij)/3U  One Ford car, 3-seater,  complete and iu good  order, with fine (/aa  tires, only.... tp^HW  One air-cooled Franklin,  complete with windshield, head, side   and  t:i_!    !:i  1'*'.        :������  Tbw S  Him t lilW(  J -I*cylin.'  $750  c-'c.  der 15 lip. c. r,  only  One Rover 6 hp. 2-pass-  "H^-v -v:r, !:;:Mcry .;;;..!  magneto ij^iiiiou, tires  iu fine order, cjir in  spleudfd shape,  onlv   1  $400  THOS. PLIMLEY,  :e and Store 730 YATES ST..       \/ir������*r/*M_ii a     e_ /-������  oe. 727 JOHNSON ST,. VIUIUKIA,   tZi.Km*  '���������If you j������et i������ at Plitulcy's it's am. right."  P 8 ���������Wo Do llopairintf  at

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