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 ���������^;.  \K -'  ,'j' ���������**���������  ./..  /}  '^������U^-^: ^^^^-U^^,/-&  ���������& ���������-��������� -. ���������  ���������M'  h\..-r-.'������ *���������>..-  ���������+v ..I- -. \  DEC 271911  N  A Journal Devoted B������pocially, to th* Interests of Comox District.  The Store  of Quality!  ffej-lgNlfWS', NlNIiTRENTH YEAR.  y   fcUMBBRU-ND.\B,"Qiv'.WEi)NESD1AYl   DBC.' *oih, :9u  .v^-  :������^^^^WejiW^.  The Store  Of Quality  THE BIG STOttE  The Store Full of Christmas  Suggestions.  Styai Xtttaa feMtt  Will not give you any trouble  if you visit our Store.  We solve the difficulty.   Space  ���������"������������������������������������������������������������������������^^^���������MMHi^HHHM������_______M_|  will not permit us to give a full  list, BUT-  GAJ,t, and-SBE~foE-YGURSEtF.-  *������^ -,  -*flr-*"f���������"���������r--*-r���������ir^T^r ���������.'Vliiriin.r.iiiin.ixrii,,..,.! I\fv,  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  SUBSCJtJPTjON $1.00 A YKAR  ���������    -        ������������������������������������ ��������� .���������.r������P ��������� amw^m^.mmtamma- maftf. ~wya    <���������>  ?  1THE CORNER STORF  t "". " ii  i    ian ,aa   .  Ma ,IM. w      Jf  #  ft  ���������ti;  ������>���������  I To all our FHenfls and Patrons  We extend tiie  Greetings of the Season.  a-  &  With TOYS too Numerous  to Mention  TWO VALUABLE  P IZES  G VEN AWAY  With every 50 cents purchase from the   ist  of Deceinber you receive one ticket.     The  ������������������drawingr^ilUake^place.oii--New-Arear's=Ev���������, ���������  COOTIE EA$by RfiQ JHflKE YOU$ CHOICE  p������������. 31      T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  41  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave,  Cumberland  ft  St  S  to  <���������������  ������  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Dunsmuir Ave.*  Cumberland.  Locals.  NOTICE.  Tho animal mooting of the. Co.  mox Conservative Association will  Ixi hold in tho 'Agricultural Kail,  Coiii'toimy^ou Monday. Jany, 8th  JU1S at 8 p. in.' A]l"Co������am-  ativos in tho valley are requested  tu attend.  Wm.'  Duncan, Secretary,  HELLO!, V.Q.L7 SllAUPSHOOT-  >"���������        eks.    ������������������ ���������������������������������������������':  Don't jfoi'get tho Shootiog  Match that ia to ho held on tho  Skid Road'behind the Union Sawmill at 10,00 Xmas morning and  continued in tho afternoon. Tur*  koys, Geose. Chickens and Ssnok-  ing Pigs, If you can't got a tin-  koy, you may got a pig, ami if  you got "Soup," It is not om- fault  ������������������bliuifo your gu up.  tl. Slaugliiei'  W. liny mail jr,  .f. E, Aston,  Princsipnl Frasor  of our  high  ficlibol has resigned.   * '  Miss Kathleen Dowdall of Victoria, daughter of Mr. It. Dow-  dnllf nrrivod tn town last wook,  and is tho quest of Mra. .T. Pifcot.  G, M. C, Roe of the Royal  Bank, has been transferred, to  life Courtenay branch, and is  ���������Miecp'pnVI hpre by W. p. Thorn?  sou, recently from the Old Conn,  try.  CLOSES ON THURSDAY  _<���������.  "Cninhoi'latid public tchool will  close on Dec. 21st, and tlio night  sch'obl will close on the '2lat and  28rd, roppectivtdy for tho Ximis  holidays. The'former will reopen  on January'8th, and tlio latter on  tbo 8th and Oth, ' It is very neod-  ful that a largur number nttend  the evening classes in order that  tho'governmont grant may he re  taiiied    dining     'rumnlnder    of  StillBOII,  Miss Ruth Clinton will arrive  homo from Vanoouvor on Th.ire-  day to spend her vacation.  VictOr Bonoro hile withdrawn  hifi application for an hotel liconeo  for tho presold.,  '    ��������� -am ____.. ���������  Manager Whlto of tho Jlnnk.pt  Commerce, and Mrs. White nr.  rived homo by 'Friday's boat from  Victoria. ���������  Mrs.'������l oim Maroechl and son  arrived homo hint week from an  extended visit to Austria,'. Mrs,  Mnocchi wns detained in Boston  for Sovorid days owing to her son  hrdiinr holi! in nnnmntiiio. f������nuin-.  gion hnving broken ont ou Dm  steamer,  LOCALS WIN OUT.  Mrs. Willaiuhurst, wifo of tho  district finpeviutPiident of rouds is  fiorion^ly ill at onr lonnl   hospital,  : Mis* Pike, milliner at thn Big  fij'tri*. h<ft for lior homo nt Van-  o-'iin'r ou Suiuliiy hot. Mi.s  Piko will no mi^ud in social  circles here,  0, Veruotti, Italian orgnnl/.or  for tho V). M, W. A,, oddrossud n  .largo giithoring of minors at tlm  City Hall on Sunday aftortioon,  A largo number it Ts stated joined  the union at this mooting.'  General Manager Cotihou and  Mw������, Coulsou left on ������Snuday.  for Victoria.  Principal Boyer will leavet on  Friday to Ppond hia vacation at  ���������Victoria- and   Vancouver.  Vaucouvet visited Cumberland  on'Snhday and engaged No. 5  Thistles iu an exhibition game.  The day was an ideal one for  football aud a* lurge crowd  turned out to witness the game.  Cumberland the toss and had  the advantage of the hill. The  locals were the aggressors irom  the start and soon had.Cliristiau  aud Teed guessing. ���������" Harrison  was unlucky with a shot that  struck the uprights and bounded  back into play. The visitors  were hard put to to clecir. their  lines on several occasions, but  the backs were giving nothing  away. J, Sutherland, beating  several opponents, got through,  byt failed with nothtug but lhe  goalkeeper to beat, However, a  few minutes later the same player  had the satisfaction or piloting a  shot from McLean past the goalkeeper. Harrison put the local  Thisles two up, scoring a beauty  with n shot from the touch line,,  Vancouver made a determined  effort to reduce the leeway, nnd  were almost successful. McMillan making a weak save, Hinds  just managed to scrape the ball  away, The forward play of the  home team wns the feature of the  game, Sutherland iu centre show  !ng������pivnrw.'ih������d proving; a dc  cided improvement to the fiout  rank, W. Sutherland made the  tally three and this ended the  scoring of a very one-sided first  hall.  The visitors commenced the  second half iu a determined man  hit, and kept the locals' defeusc  busy holding ihem out. But-  chat at outside right was proving,  a handful for Hinds, and wha he  lacked iu weight he made up in  speed and trickiness. The play  fell away aud wan only enlivened  when McMUhm Hinging himself  across  the  goal brought off a  wonderful save, or when J, Sutli  erlnud took an individual run  and! was only diSpossed of the  ball^after beating several ojipon-  ents. The game ended without  the score being.added to. .  The Vancouver team was  rather disappointing aud did not  stretch the Homesters. The best  part of the team was the backs,  who were responsible for the low  uess of the score,  The collection on the ground  amouuted to $96:00.  The local team play Victoria  at the Capital City on Xmas Day  when it is hoped that they will  return with full points.  Goal-Clark,  Backs���������Strang, M Hinds.  Half-backs���������Cairns, T Hinds,  (Capt.), McLean.  Forwards���������Joe Williams, 0.  Hai risouV T Carney, \V. Adams,  A Boothman   Reserve���������W. Sutherland.  I.  Benefit picture shotf to No, B  FootbaUTemn in tho City Hall  oiy Wednesday evening. Show  yiuu- appreciation of Iho boys, by  giviiigthomnbiimporhoiiso.  Inspector Newton and Miss  Nowton nrrivod homo on Tiics-  ������lny night,  7S'R:ED^Nr^ALprc.V^Q^rKc^ P������n^ENT T  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL - $!0,000,0(^~       REST, ?   $8>000000  THE SAYip^BANK PERARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deou.it^ nf ������, onA  upwards, on which interest is, aUowed at curr Z   I &    Th���������,! s"nc  d5iSr^3:he who,e or any portion ������f thc ^ ������3  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons t^ba  operated by any one of the number or by the munlvoTV^^  of thn kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of ������h   mctZ  iti Jut fand':? -Py^M"^ **en a man desire.* provide   or  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death  tPMBfiRLANP BBAKOH ,, W, T    WHITE. 11 n'ii*  Mrs. B. Hendricks who resides  at tho new camp was robbed of  $109.00 on Monday evening by  two masked mou. The house was  entered at about 0 o'clock, aud  the men meeting Mr*. Hendricks,  tho only ono in tho houso at the  time, knocked hor down and got  away with tho abovo amount.  Thero is no trace of the robbers as  yet.:'  B. W. Bailey, of .'.Vivneonvor,  is visiting Cumberland for a fow  days,  Mr, L, A. Mnutico. will leave  for Vancouver \pn Sntnrduy to  spend Christmas, Mr. T. Bickle  will also leave on Friday,for Vie-  torla,  It i������ rumoured that T. E,  Bntc will be petitioned to be a  candidate lor mayoralty honours  at the approaching civic elections.  Management of Cmu.be:laiW  Hall Moving Pictures will clo/*  down for Wednesday n-ght, 30  as not to in nny way interfere  with the benefit given to No. 5  Football Team on tha*-  evening  in the City Hall.  .���������_������__������, ___,        .  Constable btupher.pon is on tl-  warpath  after hobos  and   lMin-  horna"- nud-exiteets to   hii".; sou,,.*  of llioir biMilpn diin^iinjr  f,*;,, |,;K  l)olt��������� boforo.miiiiy ip.oohs.  - iy.m   r.iulius'  aw of pt'.,  Ill'lll'll'  h'Of,livloriiiiM'hiii;oli intt'iid-hrdd  '���������ij4 it buziiai'  April,  HI'Mil!    'Jlf    1."llll  .Principal I'r ^r of   tli<*  school, loll, hy WiHJ'u.wUy������8  en roi.to lor 'Monironl.  i!;:i.  \1i1\1*  Tho many frivmh of \Un. \\,  Harkh..Mtn will Im pjt-iiH-d to know  that sho is recovering from an nt  tack of pneumonia, and in expirt-  ed l*wiiie from hospital jn a fc������  days.  <i  ^0, mr-*   v/v--������ir<v������������������������������!>������'     rf *>t^t*fh*M1 >-j>4%     mWMt%*rm'*'*w- SWCiXI^I  1  Kverytliing in our store suitable for XMAS PKKSKNTS arc out on view so that if you  are undecided ns to what to buy, you will be sure to see it and save vou all thnt wnrrv  LADIES'  Blouses, Fancy Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Shawls, Fascinators,  Motor Veils Kimonos, Fancy Collars, Handbags, Pin Cushions, Handkerchief  Cases, Manicure Sets, Ktc, Ktc,  GENTLEMEN'S  Fnucy Neckwear, Mulllers, Handkerchiefs, Fancy   Suspenders, .Armlets  and  DO YOUR SHOPPING KARLY.  Campbell Bros. m*  U^='-Vr  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  '.v- --' i  -   J* ,!    - _>���������.  ���������;  v   ..'. '���������>'���������. ������������������>.%- v. ���������* _xw>."-   3 f a'-��������� -��������� .-''*-'>?  -   v / 'h i *��������� '������������������' A ���������-;'-'���������"-" ��������� X * y_      . ���������   '. ���������';  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. a  B"  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I 7to> '*  c  I  J  RoundUpi  A Romance of Arizona  By  Novelized From l.tlinuntl  l)������y'������  M������lodi������nia J*  m*  JOHN   MURRAY  MILLS MILLER  and  Cor.yrli-.fct,  IW,,  )>y C.  Vi. Dlllinj.*  l-.nr.i Co.  (ConUnm it.) *"  CHAPTKU XIII.  FOIITH to tho land of tlonil OiIukk,  tl.roui.li clilcfl Hint nro rorgut-  ton, fined Dlelc Lnne. TrloUod  liy bin friend, Willi llio womnn  tie loved lost lo Uim, ho wandered on*  wn rd.  Automatically lie took up ngnln his  il'ie^t tw buried treasure. TluiL which  lu lhe Hush of youthful enthusiasm  ������.nrt roseate prospects of life und love  luul seized him ns u passion was now  a Bottled habit, and fortunately so, for  H kept lilm from going mnd. lie hud  no thought of gain, ouly (lie achievement of ;i fixed purpose, n monomania.  "Witli this impulse was conjoined a  more volitional motive���������he wished to  revenge himself upon the Apaches and  chiefly upon (he renegade McKee,  whom he supposed still io ho with  ihem. .Somehow ho blamed him rather  thnn Jack l'ayson as being the chief  cause of hi������ miseries. "If ho had not  stolon the buried gold 1 would have  returned in lime," he muttered. "ITe  ls at the bottom of all this. As I walked away from .luck in the garden I  felt as it it was McKee that was following mc wiih his blnck, snaky eyes."  Accordingly Die!: directed his way  to a region reputed to be both rich in  burled treasure und infested by hostile Indians. He wandered westward  lo Ttilai'osii, then down to Kort. Grant  mid toward tho lava bods of southwestern Arizona. In all (lint arid land  (here w.i3 nothing so withered as his  foul.  Jack, well mount ed, wiih a pack  mule carrying supplies, had picked up  Dick's trail after it left Tularodh. from  n scout out of Fort Grant.  telim Hoover headed for Fort Grant  in bis search for Jack. Although the  ranchman, bnd only a brief start of  him. Rllm lost (he track at the. river  ford. Knowing Dick had gone into tho  "cle8ert,__Jack'lieRucd "eastward,~\i hlie  Slim, supposing that Jack was breaking for the border to escape into a foreign country, turned souih ward.  Trom the scout who had met Jack  and Dick tho sheriff learned that the  livo men wero headed for. the lava  beds, which wero occupied by hostile  Apaches.  DcluchiueuLs of Ihe Third cavalry  wero stationed at the fort, wiih Colonel Hardle in command of tho famous  J>' troop, n band of Indian fighters  never equaled.  In turn they chased Cochise, Victoria and Geronlmo with their Apache  warriors up and down nnd across the  Rio Grnndo. Hard pressed, each chieftain In turn would floe wllh bis band  flr.it to tho lavn beds and Ihnn across  the ^border  Into   Mexico,   whoro  tho  communications ana thrashed tueni go-  thoroughly in,;,tlic3e same Irvh beds  Ihat they never recovered.  In Slim's aosence Buck, McKee and  his gniijr hnd token possession ot Pinal  county. Hustlers and bad men were  coming In from Tesns and the stvlp.  film's election for another term was  by no means certain. He did not kuow  this, but If ho had it would not have  made auy difference to him. lie was  after Juck qml at any cost would  bring bim back to faoe .trial. Tho  rogues of Pinal county solv-cd upon the  flight of Jack as a goud excuse to  down Slim. The sheriff wna more  eager lo find Jack and learn from him  thnt lUick'a charge was false than to  tako him prisoner. He knew tho accusation would not bland full Investigation.  Slowly lhe hours piissed until'Ihe  order for "boots and saddles" was  sounded aud tho I roups trolled out of  lhe fort gale. ScouIh soon picked up  lheir trail, but that was different from  finding lhe Indians. ��������� Oft I hues the  troopers would ride Into u' hastily  abandoned camp with the ashes still  warm, but never n sight of a warrior  could be had. Over broad intBas, dowii  narrow mountain trails and up canyons so deep that the sun never fully  penetrated ihem tho soldiers followed  the renegades.  For a day tho trail was lost. Then  It was picked up by the print of a  pony's hoof beside a waler hole. But  alw'a.s the lino of flight led toward an  A .mcho spring In the lava beds.  (51im aud bis posse took their commands from  the oflicers of tho pursuers.    The cowpuuehers gave them  much  assistance as scouts,  knowing  the country through which the Indians  fled.   Keeping in touch with tho main  command, tbey rode ahead to protect  it from any surprise.    Tlie chief Indian  scout got so far ahead at one  lime in the chase  Hint he was' not  seen   for   two  days.    Once, by  lying Hat on his  belly, shading  his    eyes    wllh  his   hands   and  gazing    intently  at   a   mountain  side so far a head  that: the soldiers  could scarcely  discern     It, *  he  declared he had  seen   the   fugitives  climb   lhe  trail.    'Jhe  feat,  seemed  impossible until 1be sec-  ond   in o ni I n g  ll f tcfT-'wheTTlM  scout p oIu t e d  out to the colo-,  ne!  the   pony  tracks    up    the  mountain side.  T li e   A ]) a c h e  Hcoulskcpt track  of  the   soldiers'  movements, com-'  rauiiicnting with  the   main   body  wllh blanket signals and  smoke  columns.  The sign   language of the In-  fll-ins    of   the  southwest Is  im   Interesting field  of  study.   On 1b������ occasion of a raid llko  the ono described tlio warriors* who  DIanA'������t algnalt.  United Btnles floldlern could nol. fol  low. Ilnidio fooled Victoria, however.  Texas rangers hnd met the Apache  chief lu un engagement on tlie bunks  of the Klo Grnndo. Only eight Americans returned from tho encouuter,  Ilnrdlo took up his pursuit, and followed Victoria across Iho river. Tho  Indians hud relaxed their \lgiluuoe,  uot expecting pursuit and despising  tho Mcxlcnu rurales,. Troop V caught  them off guard In tho"mountains. Tho  tight was one lo extermination. Victoria and his entiro band wero sluln.  Thin was tho troop which wna await-  ing orders to go nfter tho Apaches.,  Colonel Hurdlo told Slim (hat the  Indluim wore bound to head foi* the  Java bods. If tbo mon for whom ho  wns lookingi woro In,tho donor!, (ho  troop would find (hem more quickly  than Slim and his posse.  Bllm waited nt. I'ort Grant for orders,  writing back to Sagebrush lolling lilm  of his pIllUH,  Fort Grant followed (ho usual plan  of nil front lor poMla. A row of olllcern'  houses faced the parade grounds. Dl-  iectly opposllo were tho cavalry bur-  l'lickrt fort, On ono aide of Iho (iiiiitl-  iiuigle wire Ihe Htubloi, ami thn fourth  lino coiiHliilert of Iho qiiarloriiHiBler'B  biilltliiiRH and tho post inidcr'H slow.  Hiiuil! ranchmen had gathered near the  fort for prelection and bccnimo of Iho  ���������lofilro of tho whito mini for company,  In diiyn of poaco gnrrlHon llfo wiih monotonous. But llio AptichnH needed  constant watching.  Ah a sold lor the Apache wan cruol  find cowardly, Ho fought dismounted,  never mnklng an uttack ui'!c,.:<i nl lik  own advantage, An Infantryiiinn he  vsiim iiiHM'tiuicii, I derail ..un,) oinccii,  .*.(]. ������������������'led !!.'������������������ .\}.'iu-he t.'i.'Dr." am) In  (dulled In the nrmy the plan of mounted infantry, noidlern who move on  horseback, but tight on foot, derailing  ono man of ovory four ������*> guard' tho  Mounted on wiry ponies Inured to  hardships, (o picking up n living on  the wcanly herbage, of iho plain:., riding without Middlou and carrying uo  itfjulpmcnr, the Indlnns hnd Ml to trouble In avoiding tho Boldlcra. Leaving  lhe n wr. i������(ha,, thu Apaches \*,(.ii!d  commit Brtiim outrage and thou, swing-  tug on lh><. mv ������>f a j,;i������ .it circle, v.t.uld  be back to camp nml wed led long before Iho ������fildlor.*i could overtake tlieiu.  Hampered by orders from Ilie war deportment, which In turn wns inoleMed  by tlie fCTitlnir-ntnl fr'nidn <*f th* In-  wero to participate would gather nt  ouo point and const met n mound with  as many utones in It as tlwre wero  warriors. Thon Ihey would ucuKer Into  small bands. When any band relumed  (o tho.mound after losing a tight and  tho others wero not there Iho leader  would tako from the mound ns many  BtorioR as lie had lost; warrlorn. Thun  tho other bands, on returning, could  tell jiiBt how many men hnd fallen.  In the arid regions of the west water  signs uro qulto,.frequent. They usually consist of a grouping of .stones,  with a loMB'er triangular stone in the  center, Its apex "pointing in the direction whoro tlio water I.i to be found.  Tu some cases tho wator is so fur  from Iho trail that four or live (if  those signs must bo followed up before (hn wulor Is foiind.  Only tho Indian and thn mule can  smell water, This iiocompllshnieiil, enabled tho fleeing ApnchcM to tako every ml vantage of tho puiv.ilnu troopers, who must travel from pprlng to  spring along known I nilln.  In tiio long, weary chase mon mid  hornet! began to frill rapidly. Sliurl: rations quickly beennio slow iitiirvallon  fure, Hanllo fed his men and horses  ou ino'.quilo beau, a plant heretofore  considered poisonous. Fop waler he  wns forcwl to depend upon Ihoeachu.,  draining tho lluld secreted a I tho henrl:  of the plant.  With faces blistered by tho sun anil  called with alkali, bluo shirts faded to  a purple tinge and (ioiirci'h and accou-  'innumerable ������tars -"burn steEdllj * hi  crys'tal coldness. (Shadows ll*������ iu sty?-,  Jiri blackuess at'foot^of rock and^Val-'  Icy.' Soft and clear the;lights of alght  swathe the uplancY. An awesomt'silence haugs ;over the desert. HiiBhed  and humbled by the Immensity- of  space, ono expects to hear tho rush of  .worlds through the universe. At times  the bosom swells with a wild desire to  Hlng and shout in the glory of pure  Jiving.'  ' The day' conies quickly. The ami,  leaping over the edge of the world,  floods mesa and canyon, burning:, with-  erlng, sparing no living thing, lavishing reds and purples, blues and .violets, upon canyou walls and wlud  sculptured rocks. But a .remorseful  glare, blinding, sight destroying,' is  thrown bnck from the saud and alkull  of thedesfrr. Shriveled sagebrush and  shrunken cactus bravely tight far life.  A narrow pathway lends from the  mesa down the canyon's wall, twisting  and doubling on Itself to Apache  spring. The trail then moves southward between towering cliffs, a lnne  ..through which ls caught a far distant  glimpse of the mountains. Little whirlwinds of dust spring up ever and  auou, twirling wildly across tho sandy  wastes. The air suffocates like the  breath of a furnace. Ever tbo pitiless  sun searches nud scorches, ns. conscience sears and slings a stricken  soul.  Down the narrow trail, past the  spring, ride In'single file tho Apaches  slowly on tired horses, for the pursuing soldiers have giveu 1hem no hulling space. Naked save for a. breech-  clout, with a narrow red band of dyed  buckskin nbout his forehead, lir which  sticks a feather, each rides sllout,  grim, cruel, a-hideous human reptile.  its native-to .thedesert as is tho Gila  monster. The horse is saddlelcss. For  a bridle ihe warrior uses a piece of  grass rope twisted about the pony's  lower Jaw. His legs droop laxly by  the horse's sides. In his right hand he  grasps his rifle, resting the bull on the  knee. The only sound to break the  stillness, of the duy is the rattle of  sloues slipping' and (sliding down the  pathway when loosened by "the hoofs  of Ihe ponies.  Creeping down the canyon wall, they  cross the bottom, pass the spring'and  disappear nt a (uni in tho canyon  walls. Nature and-Indian meet-and  merge in a world of torture aiid despair. '  ��������� Dick had fared badly in the Java  beds. . Olio spring after the'oilier he  found dry. His horse fell from-exhaust ion and thirst.- lie' .ended ' the  sufferings of his pack mule Willi a,re-  .Yol v*!___y_!l������!____- __ ,-  _-!-..  Dick staggered on a foot across the  desert, hoping lo ilnd wator at Apacbc  spring. His bluo shirt was torn and  faded to a dingy purple. 'Hat and  shoulders were gray with alkali dust.  Contact wllh the rocks and endus had  rent trousers and leggings; Hls>shoes,  cut by sharply pointed si ones1 and with  thread rolled by the dust of Iho deserts.-were worn to shred*-). IMishavon  and unshorn, with sunken cheeks aud  eyes bright wJtlrthe delirium of thlrsi,  he dragged his weary .way-across tho  des'ept. He reached Apache spring  shortly nfter Ihe passage of the Indians, bul' his craving for water was  so great that' he did not, observe their  trail.  Heeling toward (he spring, ho cast  aside Ills h'nl and dung down his rifle  lit his eagerness to drink. Throwing  himself on his faco before the hollow  In the rock from which the water trickled, he lirst saw that the waters had  dried up. Wllh hla bony fingorH ho  dug inlo the dry sand, crying aloud in  despair. Biltlly he arose and blundered  blindly to a rock, upon which he sank-  In his weakness.  "Another day Uko this and I'll glvo  up the figlil,";, he  uioaiiod.   "Apache  ETIQUETTE Af SEA.  "OLD MORTALITY.^  OHtbritiei on Liners Hpye-aChanc*  Now to Keep to Theroselyie,    r  "1 suppose" tliat'celebrities crossing  the Atlantic are" subjected to'a kooU  doal of impertinent scrutiny and lionizing," said a reported to the captain  oi an ocean liner-recently during the  courso ol a conversation., concerning  lifo aboard tlie huge greyhounds'^which  carry thousands of passengers to arid  from America every- year,  "NTol neeesarily, was the reply.  "As a matter' ot faot, the nm-olauH }  paa?enger'may be as exclusive in regard to other folk as il he <u* tho were  at home, ln the old days, ot course,  the cabins and saloons on liners wero  so small and stuffy thai passengers  spent u'lot ol their time on deck,  with tho result tliat ihom of thorn became acquainted with each other on  iho voyage. Nowaday*, however, dock  suite* ol rooms, which include a \\tx\-  lor ami a bathroom, are t>o airy that  ono cnn get along very eouilortablj  wlthout^gotng on deck at all."  "But isn't it usual for pafBengors to  .���������.it about in- dock-ehaiiM to enjoy the  fresh air?"  "Well, the habit ic not quite so  popular- a* luaiiy pooplo iidagine,  There is plenty of o/.one in any ot the  dock cabins, und, an I heard a passenger .*ay on one occasion, tho spectacle  of men and women spread out n?leep  with.their mouths open is not exactly picturesue. ,  "After dinner ni the evening pas-  ipngei'8 will promenade the deck for a  while, but fashionable folk seldom-  '.-how Ihemselve son deck except lor  this walk. They amuse themselves in  lheir own. Cnbins ,or play bridge in  tho private rooms, I am referring moie  particularly lo the ladies. Few men,  unless they are disabled,-nre willing  to dine in the stale-room. Men will  hob-nob '"democratically in .the, card-  room, smoking-room, or elsewhere, but  women will not hob-nob at all.  "As '!a matter ol fact,' perhaps tho  most popular feature of present-day  ocoan voyages is tbat, unless oiw  scans'' the passenger liht beforehand,  it. is possible to cross on the same bo'it  with one's dearest foe or friend without' noticing it. And it is this fact  \v_hich does most to keep money In the  colters of .ihe steamship companies.  Furthermore, it is the effort to )jrs-  servn to passengers able to pay w'ell  for it as'much privacy ns thoy demand  which incites the companies to keep  on building'bigger and b.tter boat-;  with indibidual accommodation* equal  to any or'your w est-end hotels. '.  Statue to Scott's Character Hat Been  Erected'at Qarpel ,Qlen.  'Through' the -genius'of-Sir-'Waiter  ficoUthe name -ol. "Old Mortality"  is known tar beyond the bounds ot  Scotland, - and . everyone who - ha?  heard .of,the persecuted Covenanters  Js familiar with his real .name. There  are fow churchyards in Galloway'.  e������peoiully in the County of Wigtown;  where his handiwork may not ntlll  .bo eeeh.  ��������� A nativo'ol Dumfries, James Patterson was'by trade a stoneinawn.  but for'the greater part of his'life he  exercised his craft without fee or  payment.  Hie absorbing passion for the  Covenantors led'him to ^ive up homo  and friends and to wander for 40  years.over the wild moon, in tho  lonely glens, and from churchyard  .to churchyard, to erect, a stone  wherever a martyr of the Covenant  lay.  ' A sincere devotion led this venerable renovator of tombR lo dedicate  so many y������ar������ of hit) existence to  perform - this tribute to the memory  of these suffering people. Wherever  a grave existed "Old Mortality" wa*  euro to be seen -bueily at work bent  on his pious task with his chisel and  mallet, and his old white pony gnu-  jug by his side.  His last peregrination was in tho  neighborhood of Hankend, eight, miles  from Dumfries, when he wae suddenly taken ill and was found on tho  roadside in a dying fctftte. Kind  hands removed the old pilgrim to a  friendly house, where he passed to  his* vest in a few'days.  Ho was bom in 1712 and died in  1801. The memorial of "Old Mortality" is iu keeping with the simplo  tastes of him it was designed to commemorate. - It- stands near Garpel  Glen/one mile away from tho village  known as St. John's Town of Vair-y.-  This spot was chosen, as it was one  of the chief hiding places of the  persecuted ."Nill Folly" of Galhway.  The . statue represents hini in his  favorite attitude when at rest, but  his chisel is useless in his hand nnd  his mallet is broken. His old pony,  the sole companion ol his wanderings,  stands besides him, "a mute witness  of tlie patient toil of the aged Scottish pilgrim."  SCOTT'S  EMULSION  has helped countless  thousands of thin, weak,  delicate children���������made  them strong, plump  and robust.  .  It creates an appetite,  aids digestion, fills' the  veins with rich reef  blood.  After illness or loss  of weight from any  cause, it brings strength  and flesh quicker than  anything else.  all Dituoaiara  11-16  Bju'lng dry, tho, lirst time in years;  Little Sciutiw aprlng nothing but dust  and iilkiill, ,11: Is twenty nillea to Clear*  water spring���������twenty���������miles���������If I can  make it." .���������   .   '������������������'���������''    ��������� ..'     .',.','  (To be-Continued).  A New One' on Her,  '.Vn> w'un recently 'presented to a  UHwly-ni'in'i'-'d young woman Fiioh a  unii'iifl domestic, ''proposition that sho  felt called upon to'seek export advice from'another woman whom'she'  know to possess considerable, tnlent'  in th-' cooking line,  "Mrs, .'Ioiich," mild ilia fli'Rl mention,  ed young womnn an chc breathlessly  entered the "apartment-'-, of tlie latter,  "I'm Horry tu 'trouble you. but 1 mutt  hav-i your aclvio?,"  ���������"���������What is the trouble, my (bar!'"  "Why, I've 'just had a 'phone mn/,.  bug:! from Harry naylug that lie ia  going out Oiir, afternoon, to plioot clay  |>ij.*:"om.   Now, he  ���������i s 'bound to brim  '-Wtil  Won't you  , ig a  lot home, and I haven t the rc'iiiofest  Men how Ui cook fiieiii,  nli'iiso' HI ���������liicK*  The fiiUllrvH  ���������fitlt: nil rllfiilh) anil tlrtf)-.  initially,  lerinenlH covered ���������wllh  a  way, pow-  flj.yy   ,l.i.:l|    ll.C   ..,,1,1 tr-, i...    .���������,  , I.������   ,,l.   .|!���������Mft,,   '  I '|.,1   I  and  dvieruilnedly.    Hour  nficr   hour! time lliat lit*   now  tlio troop flung Itself neroi-M Hie plains j doing thing**   over  und Inlo llio henrl of ilie lavn bedi-i,  each  day  culling down  llio  Apache  lead.  The Value of System,  .������������������Tlm..grout ipajority of; people eonUl"  ]double their ' power   fit   iichievetiioiit,  |by a littlo self discipline in leurniii(j.  *o im lo'get. hold i,t tliein.oelveH an to  depend on tlut"proilipt. deoiclvo action  . ...   liiC.i   *.������'.,   I..I ii.i ii..-1     ..   ....     ������,>-������������������  M"iu alone would'double tho"oflloif>ucy"  ) of tunny a bu������iiie*,s tnrm who <loeV  j not know why lie doi*������ nut got on  j fii.Mrr. lie work* v;i,v .iunl perhap*  j nnd lliinlu that lie has. i.ot, half timo  enough to do what he otieht, to, but  ;i..,...    t������������������ *.������    *i. ���������.  throws   away 'n  and   over   again  from   Jack   of   order1,     SyMeui ia  n  Ifeni'-ndou*   eueriry   raver   and timu  jnvtr.  . The Pageant .Master.  This isn't such a matter-of-fact age  after all when the -Britibh Empire  gives, almost e,oristant������ employment .to  an organiser of elaborate historical  pageants. This genlleman, Mr. Frank  Liiscellcs, ,whb managed ijio Terocn-  Ifciiiiry���������Pagoanta���������at-Quebsc- in -1908,-  and has been busy looking- after  similar' festivities of less" importance  almost'ever since, has now, got another big, undertaking on-his hands.  -This is the great pageant which'ii  to.torm part of. the'Durbar celebrations'on the occasion of tho visit of  the King and Queen to India at the'  end of December,  Tba period covered by tlio pageant  will extend ' from -the seventeenth  century back to the tim.) beforo dates  were, known. Both Hindoo and Mohammedan history will bo represented, but European influences will not  be dealt with. It is to le issenlially  an expression of India's national his.  tory. Speaking about tlio pageant  the other day, Mr. Lascclles said:  "All the reigning princes nrd lending ficrvanls, animals, or costumes.  The procession of tlie pagcai*1., I  understand, will he four miles long!  Tt will include two hundred elephant*, to make no mention . of  camels and dromedaries! Tlio set-  soenes' will ' be performed on the  Maidan,'wliero ti large grand staii.'l  has been buill. There will be" peven or  eight of 'thes-j kcones.-iiiid from si* to  ���������even thousand performers."  A Queer Story,  There is an okl Devonshire trad)'-  tion' to. the: effect that if tlio milk, of a  cow' which has been bitten by a snake.  is allowed to stand, the form of, a  snake will appear in the cream. News  has���������oo'me to 'hand thut five pernon-i  who'live at (loldbiirn, near Okehamp-  ton, England, afllrn'i that they ��������� hav-},.  seen tlils strange 'sight.- The cow "in  this' case belongs lo Mrs.-Ilealc, of  Goklbuni, and it was bitten by a viper a few days ago. The cow was milked, and the. milk was about to ,b';.*  flung away when tlie servant girl interposed, and, speaking from previous  experience, tnia, "let il Maud, because if the. cow ban been bitten bv  a Biiake it will show up in the milk.  Tho 'milk was necordii)|.)y net'aside,  and on looking at It Home .three hour**  after ward ���������; the form, of a imula* wu*i  .distinctly *ee,ii in (ho cream, Thero  wan an exact model of the reptile,  the head ,tlio eyei*, and the tongue  projecting from tlinymoulh, ��������� perfect  lhroiisho.it to tlio Iiiii,  Britain's Ancient Dew Pondi.  Among the ui'eliaeologioiil remain*  found in Great Hrllnin 11 ro tlie aucient  dew pntuls, tin.* const met ion of which  is imoribcd lo the nrollthie ago. Thepd  ponds wen* made to furnish drinking water for cattle, An exposed  jiosHioM wliero spriugn were absent  wan selected nii|J a broad, hollowed  surface whs formed and covered over  with r-trnw. or totno   oihvr uoij-coii-.  (JlatiilK   do.,1 -(..���������.',     ,\i,0\ .:    .w.n   fin,'..,J  a. ihieu layi.'r 'of clay .-tn wn with  stones lluriiig the night the cold  surfitcc! of the clay caused an iihitii.  diinco of mainline to condense from  lower Inyeis ft tin ar. Hume ������*l  Ihese iiiu-icm iitw jionii!- *of* mil  workiujf.  Found at ,La*at  Sho, preferred the upper berth, in '  the Piillinan and so ho took tho lower. ..  After the curtains had been drawn and '  all was (tjiiiet in tho car those near ���������  the couple heard the-woman lean over'  and .whisper to her husband:  "Peter, dear, 1 have at last found  what I havo looked for for so many'  years."'  "What's that?-' inquired 'the bridg-  groom.  "A man under my bed."  Petroleum has been    installed    aa"  fuel im Chile's great nitrate ,wo������rka a*t  a saving of more than 30 per cent, of  tho cost of coal.  - Cuttlefish Farms.  At several points on the British  coasts' there are located cuttlefish  farms, where the little Creatures-are-  kept iu tanks or ponds to be "milked"  of their ink! The pond or tank is connected with the sea by a pipe, and.a  thousand'or more cuttles are kept in  a single one. ��������� They present a curious  sight as they move /-about, trailing  their long arms and staring out of  their bulging, eyes.  ���������Thoy-are guarded by-screens-with'-v  view of presenting fright', for, states  a writer in'The Scientino American,  if they are suddenly scared, they will  emit their "milk'i in'the water, a dead  loss to,the cuttlefish farmer.., The  fluid, or milk,, is very valuable, and  each cuttle, will yield ' about $3.60  worth/a year. It is secreted in a bag  whicli'can be opened and closed.at  will, the cuttle ejecting-the fluid to  darken tha water so that" it may' escape unseen when attacked.  The best-cuttlefish aro obialned ia  China, where, for some- reason or-oth-  cr, they, produce' the best quality 'of  \'milk." When the farmer considers it  an opportune time to milk the outtles  he proceeds.by opening the sluices,of  the ponds' and gently agitating the  water. The cutties then swim around  the pond,' and as soon "as one pa'seea  through' the sluice is closed.  ��������� The cuttle - passes down a smalL  channel into a basin or metal receptacle; and as soon as it is securely  there.the water In, drained off. It is  then frightened, "and at onee souirts  the fluid from tho bag. When it is e'x-  haused it i������ lifted "out, the milk .is ool-  -leoted, and,'the basin in-'prepared for  another.  Plans for New'-York's Grand Central staAiou contemplate .the handling  ���������of 200 trains an hour by electricity; it  necessary; "    '  The Best Treatment  (or Itching Scalps  and Falling Hair  ri ,  To ollay Itclitnc and irritation of the scalp,  prevent dry, tlila and falling h������lrf rwnovt  n listb, ficulrs and dandruff, and promote tlit  growth and .l-.muty of tlio hair, the followlag  special 1n*utnicut Is raofit fUcctive, (ijrrccabla  ���������lid economical, ' On retiring, comb the hair  The' Threepenny Doctor  - Seven thousand peoplo recently assembled to give DrM eily, the threepenny; doctor of Hoirifirton, a rousing  '.'send off" on the occasion of liis mar-'  riage. For Dr .lolly is one of. the most  popular men in Ihat part of ��������� London;  For seventeen 'years lie has worked  among them. To quote his own words,  ''They havo given!mo of their best,  and I. have,charged them for advice  and medicine ut tho lowest possible  rate. I d,trl not fix on threepenny and  fourpenny and sixpenny fees becauso  I'baw good business in it. I did so  because I fell' that those buius repre.  Rented   What  one  b*'*'i<'������-  and   five  {ulhea fees would mean'to others; and  have bean'1 surprisingly rewarded,  for my income runs into about $5,000  a year,, I ree as.mnny as 100 and IfiO  patients a day. On one or two occasion?, when children's troubles Kavf  been rather prevalent,in thu district,  I have treated as nuuiy an UOO in ami'  day,' and my hardnft working day*  have been tho happiest."  ��������� ��������� * "���������  wwisiwiiw  Publican's Prids.  The St. T.eger (pronounced Sellcrger}  at Donoa������t*r, is the great race of the  year to sporting Yorkshiromen." Sir  Tatton Sykcs. the first, father of the  present baronet, \* said to havo booh  Kevcnty-fi.'x 8t,'T.i*gon,'t!in"la������t being in  lP.01.jwst fifty years ago. A "stranger  oiuie in DoneiiHtcr during the-���������'raoes'  arked u landlord what, theroiwas worth  ipolnj. "H'i'f ""-I. eir-T'fM'Mi'1" H*'<\(-t'  led iionifoen. "Oh, yes," was the re-  ply. "And iiasl seen \.,it-ir' (.Volti-  gcur, a popular Yorkshire liorw, win.  n������*r in IS'M).' "I have." replied Hip  gurst. "Thon," aaid the hindlor'l.wiih  a high, "thero's naught elsg worlli  trmihlipfj* nbout."  nut htrulelit all around, then bcrjlii nt tho sl<l������  nnd mako a partial., Bmitly rabbins* Cutleurn  cilntment Into the partlnsr with a bit p( soft  flannel held over tho wid of tlip.flnjcr, Anoint  protect "tlie p������low"fro"m' posslfiin Stnlri.   Th*������  iio3_t .rnprnhiKt nhaTTipoo Villi -Cuticiiraaoai>  nddlttonalpartlngfl about half onlnchapart,  until the wholescftlphnB been trnstfid, the pur*  poce bclnsf to got tlio Cuticura ointment ou tlio  Scalp akin raflier tlmn on the'lmlr^ It is wtll  to place a IlRht coverlnr oyer the Imlrto  ilcct the pillow from posslb'- "'"    mi"  att..  sno hot water.     ,-,r _.,-���������   .  used bh oftmi as aurccsb e, but onco or  twice a month In eoncrully sufflolwit for  this txnncM treutmnnt for women's Imlr, Not*  wlUurtanatrtB Cuticura sottft ind ointment aro  ���������otd every where,, thouo wlMhlnf to try this  treatment may ilo to without expemo lyr  M-ndlnir to "Cutlciirtt." Dopt. 4M, lloslon, U;  H. h��������� for ��������� f run sample of Ciitlourt soap and  ohmuont, witli M-i>, book onuUu aud hair,  It!  In.      .....lira  Shampoos alone may  rj ftRrccsble,  Stops a Deep-Seated  Cough in a Hurry  A Family 8upply of Unequnlad Courjlt  R������mody for f>0o-Mon������y Re*  funded If It Falls.  orr.vpTEi; xiv.  IA LSI*! dawn In the lava bed* i������f  Arh'.uua. Tl.c ili."t f.i.'ul. iIukc  on tlitt eaibterii Iwi'Iroii tmicn.  ard (ho filar*) shine iho more  brilliantly In Iho brief, darkest hour  beforo tlm turn, daybreak. i;An I������*y  wind pwprpi down r-nnyona ninl ntt-r  F  tVnn*, Hit* infiller* m-vt-r sittfOftfi-it In j mesiiH,  ���������.llncltur Iho   morrow  of  the  Umlug tho A;mt.Ue uutil (..'rook ������ut i������f | wayfarer';. hoiiM.  In the beavcuv the  Domestic  Pleasantry,  "Whiil'ri Hint yon hiiv.* in your  Imnd:'" niVfil Mr*. Olnih'l ol h"'r  liiitbiiinl an I'."' brought honi:- ���������< roll  of rnantiieript.  "Hralus, niadain," rctorb"! Mr.  fliniMt pnmpoucly. "An* ymi sit,*-  prised al the faot;"���������  "Not in (he 1m**1." *he i.'|.H������������d. "I  knew vou didn't earry tlieiu in your  head."  Egotistical. (  Ihr l������'nilipr���������Yedjerday 1   won   the  priw in the lottery, and to-day you  eonia   and   i\Ai   for   my  lltllld.  Suitor���������Yes; you  l.now  (food liu-!; alv.jy, brings  dauKhU-r's  f.iii-   WA of  aiiulhtr.  Can't Enforci It.  lit I tn-.'Ami Um wouneil nasscd ������n or-  ditmnet*   lereotly   forbidding   jilgeoiii  lo fly at large, and the marshal in ut  a !"-> io knot*, hcv to tuf'WCt it..  Ths Dlffsrsncs.  Tli* seriousness of Mr, ("Hailstone  ipriivonted him from introducing into  ] social��������� converse any of those lighti,*r  i touches for which the flamboyant HU-  1 rneli was famous. Tho'difference he*  , tw������������*n  tin  two  was,/perhaps,  never  more  finely  indicated  than  by  the  ' lndy wim' *aid:  '    "After I hnd talked with Mr, Glad.  jton*.' for a while,' 1 thought he was  lhe  grcat-M  matt  I  had  *ver   met;  bul'aftrir Lord Beneonsfiold had been  i talking io mu for Urn minutes, I was  sure f wa* Ihe most wonderful wo-  Ummii h������ had ever known."  m  |y  .A  i  1  Cough medlolnoH, an a rule, contain tx  largo proportion of plain syrup���������a good Its*  grodlu������,, but ono lliat) anyone cau iimlcs.  A pint ot granulated migar, with J< pins  ot warm wator, atlrred for 0 minutes, glvus  you aa good ayrnp as money can buy.  A CO-oont ftottlo of Plnox, mixed In a  lO-ox, bottle with homn-niado sugar syrup,  glvo* you 10 ounces of really lwttor oougit  wnip than you ooukl buy riiwly-nilxed, for  ���������L'.BO; ���������Thnwn a olmir Having of $3.00. Full  dirootlons ln paokace. t-_ ���������    ,  And monoy couldn't! buy a rinlokor,  hotter remedy. lakeHhold at onco, given  uliiK'i-li Inatant relief, nnd umially ntopw  the most obntlnato, dnop-fleateil oough ln  04 hours, It stimulate* (ho appetite, la  Blights!? laxative and hns a ploiutant tasto--  child WW'tAlta IH willingly. BpU-ndld fop  hoaraciiess, asthma, chest pains, and other  throat troubles, aud unequulml for prompt  1 Pinox 1������ a apcolal and hlghl/ concentrated compound of Imported Norway  Whlto Pino extract, aud is itch in pualaool  and other natural healing plno olnnonU.  Himply mix it as dlrootod with augar aynip  or Htrahu4 honoy, nnd it is ready for use.  Used in mow itoinea in tbo u, H. and  Canada than any other cough remedy.  I'inex has often been ImltAUid, but. nnt������r  lucoessfully, for nothing else will prodnot  fho scinin iwdt*. Thn .rnntilnn In rjuaran*  tw-d to rive absolnte' satlsfaot Ion or money  refunded. CortlAoittfi ot miarantM ft  wraptwd in ������������eh package. Your druggist  haa Plnni or will w*% It for you. If not|  Mnd to Thn 1'lnox Co.,Toronto, OuU  W. N. U. No. fiCB.  M.  aau  **ma*mm#mi#**Wrm*  __SajiSiaSi^^^  tt^**lttl_a_a_a_a_l_a_^_a_m  MMtfMlliMaaMMii 1>  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. a  i r* *-'        i   ti m  fiH-  HUTT  COW PAN*  ilMlfEp  For Strength; ease oi handling and perfect  work, the outstanding leader is  THE COCKSHUTT ENGINE GANG  CRiCULIURAL  iMPLEMENTS  - This notice is to advise the Trade  that tha ^ort William' and Port Arthur Grain Exchange has been formed  to promote the haudlliig ot Western  Grain at tho Head of tho Bakes.  ' Pull particulars, aa lo membership,  ������to., address ,  THE SKGRBTARY  Fort William anil Port Arthur Grain  Exchange, Fort William.  GRAIN  Consign your grain to us.   The actual graln*-'you ship gotH our personal  attention.   We sell on sample and get  high prices.   Write us.  N. Nf.  PATRRSON & CO., %  Fort William,  *f  GRAIN  Ship your grain to Tli R. WAY-  LAND, Oraln Broker, Fort" William.  Highest prices. References: Dominion Bank, Fort William.    .  D  1SEASES OF MEN���������DR.  DEAN,  specialist, 5 College St.,"'Toronto.  ���������C.P.R, Double.Track to.Brandon  ,.Iu -Un'constant efforts to give, its  patrons' the very^. best of tranuporta>  lion -facilities, tho .tjanndlan -"Pacific,  Railway is making a special effort to  complete the.laylng of its double' track  between , Winnipeg and Brandon . by,  tho cud of the year, In fact, C. P, R.  officials stated recently thero waa no  doubt but that the, new tracks would  bo completed and in operation by tho  ond of December. It ,ts 136 miles from  Winnipeg to llrandoii, but tho contractors on tho Job aro pushing forward  the work r.nd are -making" good progress. Between Portage ta Prairie  aud Brandon, which is 77^ miles, all  the grading Is completed, and up to  date 75.por cent of the track has been  laid.  When tho work is completed tho  Canadian Pacific -will havo a double  track between Fort William and Port  Art pur" and, Brandon, and it the company's traffic, continues to Increase*  at* Ita present rato a couple of years  ���������will see the double trauk stretching  from the head of the Groat Lakes  through tho three Prairlo Provinces  Jo Calgary. Sir Thomas Shaughnossy,  president of tho C.P.R., hinted--at  this'In his annual report to tho directors of the company last .month.  While this is tho longest single  piece of- double tracking being done  by the C.P.R., there-are a couplo of  smaller sections in Saskatchewan between Moose" Jaw and Caron and  Moose Jaw and Pa6i.ua. Grading on  theao*.llnos is about 85 por cent, finished,* bu*. no rallB havo been laid as  yet. ���������      ��������� - -  The 11' Last Hour .  ��������� The lovely maiden shuddered lu'yol-  iintarily^nd-drew closer to her," lover.  A look of unutterable b&dnea'a stole  over-lier.faco and u tear-drop, welling  from her azurd'oyo, stole Uown"li<?r  nose and mado a blister'on tho young  man's clean. white collar. '���������   - ��������� .  "Why aro you sad?" ho murmured,  sneezing, as her wayward tresses tickled his left nostril. "   -  "I was' thinking," sho said, gulping  down a sob and u marahmallow aim-  tihaneously, "tlmt thin will bo our last  evening together until tomorrow."  For truly, love liauda us a lime with  every ciiruincl-JMllwtuiko.e News.  CANADA'S     GREATE8T      SCHOOL  WXMWJVG  ESTABLISHED 1382.  Awarded first prize at World's Exposition on its work and methods.  ..Writ������ for a free catalogue.   We also  give instruction by mall.  ������n'DAY SALARY AND UP���������ALSO  H"T COMMISSION���������for local representatives; "immediately; permanent  position; experience unnecessary; rapid advancement; spare time- accepted.  Nichols, Limited, Publishers, Toronto.  -���������.. _._'  ,. Mi  The Stomach  Needs Help  The Liver, Kidneys and Bowels Must  -  Be Kept Active to Ensure  Health"  -  ,. -���������    .  'Informed  Small* Brother���������Are  you "going  to  marry, slater ptith.? ., ' ���������,  Caller.���������Why���������er���������I-   really    do'n.'t  ���������know, >-you^anow j���������^-i--*--'��������� '���������   Small   -Brother���������That's -  thought.,  Well, you are!.  what  ST. VITUS DANCE  CURED THROUGH THE USE OF DR.  WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS  Chorea, or as it is more generally  known, St. Vitus, dance; is a disease  that usually attacks the young children,, though older persons may be afflicted with it. Its most' common  symptom's arc a twitching of. ' tho  muscles-or tho face and limbs.. ' As  the dlseaso progresses this twitching  takes the form of spasms in which tho  jerking motion may bo confined to  Iho head, or all the limbs may be affected. The patient ls frequently unable to hold anything in the hands or  to walk steadily, and In severo eases  even the. speech ls affected. The dis-  assets duo to debility of,,tho norves  and Is always cured by Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, which enrich tho blood.tono  and strengthen the nerves and.thus  restorn the sufferer to good health.  ' The following is a striking Instanco  ���������of what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will  ilo ln this trouble, Mrs. Chas. Phlpps,  Peloo Island, Ont., sayfi:���������"At tho age  ot fourteen my oldest daughter, Edith,  became much run down, and the troubio developed Into St Vitus dance.  First lior left arm became affected,  thon tho left leg and on llro loft sldo.  Bho grow po bnd 'that hIio actually  could not hold anything lu her >und,  and could only go ufioitt with a sliding, Jerking motion, Notwithstanding  that wo woro giving her medicine, sho  Boomed to bo growing worso, mul. fin-  ally lier cpeoch became much uri'oeted.  Wo became, ho much nlarmod ��������� about  her that finally her, father got a supply, of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,: nnd  wo begun giving her theno, Tn tho  eourno of 11 few wooka sho was much  bfittor, and boforo all tho pills wore  gone nho wna ngnln enjoying perfect  hoaltli. 'TIiIh wns in .1008. mul us alio  lias not hail a symptom of tho troubio  allien"!'"; feel ���������Justified In,' Buying tho  euro is pprinnnonl,"   "���������������������������.,.",. ��������� "'-  Ho nuro you got tho genulifo pills  which aro sold by nil luedle.Ino ddiil-  ers or juity b'oliad nt fit) ceiiM a box  or ������lx boxen for $150 from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co.. Brook villo,  Ont,  New Grain Exchange  The new Gruln Exchange lately opened at Fort William will give" farmers and  dealers    another    exchange  through which to soil their grain.  Fort'William and Port Arthur'being  at tho. head of the Great Lakes,' and  being the storehouses of all grain  grain west of Lake Superior,-it is only  natural that grain exporters think that  Fort'William is the logical point for  :i market for western' grain.  A sample market is to be established  by the new exchange which' should be  a great-boon for tho farmers and dealers.. "' The' mixed crop that we have  this year can bo disposed of, in most  cases,-to much ^better advantage by  selling on sample than on grade, and  tho . Fort, William ' and" Port Arthur  G'.ain Exchange is to be congratulated  on, taking this step forward. - ��������� ���������  'The" on^y.thing.now required is to  Induce tho Government to change tho  orttin^Act s: tliat a sample market can  biT-teatablished-atTtlie"7head~of "^tlio"  Lakes. . The ,Go"Ciiiment should see  LY a glance that it would mean better  piices for-the producer for all grades  of.wheat, oats, barley and flax. ������������������  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Not ono person in a hundred can  get along ai this time of year without  using something.,to enliven the action  of tho liver, kidneys ��������� and bowels.  Too nyich eating of heavy artificial  foods, too littlo outdoor exorcise, this  is- the.', explanation. >.  , The. liver, and'kidneys are overworked in their efforts to remove the  poisonous waste matter from tho system. Thoy fail' and becomo torpid  iind clogged. The bowels become constipated and stomach derangements  follow.  There Is one medicine whicli will  overcome this condition more certainly and more' quickly than any other,  and this is Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills.:  This medicine gets the bowels in  action at onco, and by awakening tho  liver and kidneys * ensures tho thorough, cleansing .of the; filtering, and  excretory systems'  With tho.poisonous obstructions removed, tho (Mgesttvtt system resumes  its healthful action, appetite improves,  pains and aches .disappear as well as  irritability, and depression.  You cannot imagine a moro satisfactory treatment for, biliousness," constipation.'backache and kidney disease  tlian Dr., Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  One*pill a dose, 2f.'cents a box, at all  A '\r\\r\**������t.-���������j-\\i VJntll'*��������������������� Jrt������2 Tlrt tjlCf -XV O.^   urniciti- **i"��������� A-jltLi.i(iitni'ii'7���������*-*(**h������d yiv~ vv>i|  Ltmlted;-=Tor������>nto.  , Improvements at Fort William ,.,.,  . Tho Canadian Pacific ftullway has  started work, on Its new operations  ut Fort William and PbrtTArthur. The  work of tlila year will constat chiefly  In the eroclhn of a now coal handling  plant, but ln connection with the other  operations . there - is considerable  dredging to be dono. . The Canadian  Stewart Company' has the contract for  tho building of the coal plant, und It  ts stated that tho appropriation for the  tho work ic ln tho neighborhood or  ono million, dollars; Tno plant, it ts  stated, will tako curo of most of the  eoft coal assigned to the company at  the head of tho. lakes, und It ls hoped  that It will be. finished in time to  ���������\undlo_soine of iie.-t year's coal business.  It is also t taled that the now plant  will ho built iii tho. form of a loop,  nnd tho cars which will curry the coal  back from the towers will run around  th'o loop aiid (Jump at tho desired Intervals, lliidging tho space between  tho lorp thoro will be one of two lines  of track, along which other ears can  be switched in order to dump sufficient coal to fill up the centres of the  pit.  . ��������� Nearly all children aro subject to  worms, nnd many aro horn with them.  Spare thorn suffering by using Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, tho  bt'st remedy of tho kind .that can be  had.  ��������� Frivolous Deflnfttons  '  Reputation.���������What the world thinks  about us; character is whnt*our wives  know about'us,  -Gossip���������Tho counterfeit coin of conversation. * ��������� ���������   .  A Secret���������Confidential Information  that ono woman' gets another woman  to keep for hor.  - Inspiration���������-A ,word used by poets  in mistake for perspiration.  A' Theatrical Angol���������Known by tho  company he keeps.  The Leisure Class���������Tramps and the  very rich.  The Dreamer���������Tomorrow I made a  fortune. ,  Optimism���������A- ��������� habit that .women  have of looking, on the bright sldo  of things; mirrors, foiyinstance_  The-Engagement Ring���������Matrimony's  promissory note. h.  .Iu Connecticut some or the oldlaws  famed by Puritans have beon enforced  .within recent years. Not-long-ago a  prominent manufacturer' was summoned for kissing his wife in' a tram car.  The complainant .was an elderly spin-  These Pills Cure Rheumatism.���������To  the many who'suffer from rheumatism  a trial of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills ls  leqommended.' They have pronounced  action' upon tho liver and kidneys and  by, regulating the action of. these origans act as an alternative in preventing tho admixture of,uric acid and  blood lliat causes this painful disorder. ��������� They must bo taken according to  directions and used steadily and they  will speedily glvo evidence of their  beneficial effects.  Attractive Bait.  A young preacher waH fishing for  trout accompanied by a couple of  young Rlrln fronr his purlsh. A farmer who wow nlso out fishing culled  to tho young clergyman:  "Kctchln' many trout.?"    ..,  "I nm a flshw' of men," mild tho  young pivuciu'i iv un (iiK'iu). ,  "Well" th<* farmer nmlleil. and then  looking at th(������ glrlH.anld: "t sen you've  got thoHght kind of halt with you."  When to Marry  /January's brides nro likely to become widows early.  February brides will havo vory happy 'married .lives.  March brides will' probably make  their homes abroad.  April brides will hovn Hvcm ot*  change, and experience many tips and  downs.  .Muy bride.:-will    ontortnln    ninny  utrnngers.  Juno brides will find llfo a long  honoymoAii,  July brjdes have hitter sweet memories.   -���������'*'.  . August brides are lucky iu finding a  reol friend in  their 'husbands.1'   ���������  September,; brings a smooth and  sereno future to its brides,  October gives ii future of toll nnil  hardship.     ,    , >       ,    .   ' <  November brides will bo happy, and  thoso who,���������according to tho ryliine,  tunny "In'-December choor," will,find  that "Love's star burns brighter'from  yoar to year."  The Oven ��������� '  ��������� In making cakes the lirst thing to  attend to is' the oven. In order to see  that this is at tho proper boat a piece  ot white paper sliould.be put into the  oven,- and if it remains whito or -becomes only slightly tinged, it is too  cool; If 1 (becomes a'pretty shade of  pale brown tho heat is alright, and,  cool; if it becomes a pretty shade of  brown it is too hot. If a ������onI stove  bo used, cr.re must lo taken that all  trto soot which collects.above the oven  l.i removed, as soot prevents the flame  from getting to tho oven. If a gas  slove bo used it should be lit at least  fifteen minutes beore tho cake Is put  In. Small cakes require tho hottest  oven, so us to bo quickly baked  through, On the other, hand, large  fr.ilt cakes do not require tiuch a quick  oveli, us if Uio heat Is too fierce tho  cakes get hardened on the outside  long boforo thoy nro cooked through.  Tho process, therefore, should be  more gradual, although tho oven that  Is ton hot ia better thnn one that is  t������o cool.  Mlnard's Llnlmont Cures Dandruff.  A Crop Bulletin ,  Flvo yearn ngo Kiln had boon enthusiastically engaged In garden work  all the spring.' lilm,was,especially Interested In planting .seed and watched  utixloiiBly for Biifoutti to uppenr above  around. ,       ,    ���������  One duy while .vlulllng a neighbor  who possessed a six months' old baby,  Kiln-was rtellg|itnd to nee two tiny  white teeth displayed when the baby  smiled. : '  "Oh, Mrs, May," the glH mled excitedly, 'the baby's teeth have come  ���������ip" ..������������������.','.  Aprons to match Uio working dress  aro Inconspicuous nnil keep It clean.  DID NOFHAVEIO  GALLJE DOCTOR  BECAUSE     SHE    TRIED     DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS FIRST  *  . A schoolboy, being naked by fho.  toucher how he would bo flogged, replied:  "Please, nir, I should llko to have It  upon tlm Italian system--llio' heavy  ptrokes upwards and the light strokes  downward."  Ouiy al,nl w*: half, iiumnhi luUi  our chnrnchv during our lire can we  take away with us.  One Box of Thttm Cured Mrs. Mary  A. Cook's Rheumatism, From Which  She had Suffered for Rourteen Yearn  ' Mannheim, ��������� Ont,���������-(Special)���������How  quickly and easily Itlioumatlsni can  I o cured when you, uso the right mounn  Is shown In tho oust) of Mrs. Mnry A,  Cook, well known and highly respect-  ed hero, In an Interview regarding  her cure, of which all the village  known, Mrs, Cook says:  "1 had HhoiinintlHin ho bad that  sometimes'I, would sit up Hourly all  nlghl. ���������'...��������� ..���������>���������'  1 first thought I would fry the doctors but luckily I decided to first try  Dodd's Kidney Pills.   .-  "They cured mo and I didn't havo  to try the doctors. And Just to think  that after fourtoen yours of suffering  one box of JDodcl'B Kldnoy PHIs should  cure! I will recommend Dodd's Kidney Pills to unyoiio who suffers from  Itheiiniiitlsni."  Yes, It Is eiiHV lo cure Hhoiimnllsui  when you go the'right way about It.  UhoiunivUuiH Is caused by uric amid In  the blood. If the kldnoya aro work-  in,; iJIM.' (no ������t<i ihiuiii uu tue ttui.-  ��������� nrld onroMhf* blood'nnd tbr-rr- ran  be no Uheumittlflm. Dndd'a Kidney  Pills always make tlio Kidneys work  right.  stor~wlio was'-travelling-'iii tho car" at  the time the offence was committed,  ami deposed that the affectionate husband not only kissed his wife, but  kept' his arms around her waist during the whole journey. She pleaded  that as this .conduct occurred on a  Sunday it was punishable under a  seventeenth-century sattuto. Tho judgo  concurred and Inflicted a fine of five  dollars and costs.  y,   .V    EAKEP.FILWS.;    _  How  Some., Popular  Moving, Picture  '���������     ' .Illusions'Are Produced.  .Many people.who go to witness a  cinematograph entertainment arc often pu/.jdcd.itnd mybtiliecl by .the pro-  iectich otv trick^lms, or, as ihey'haw  been' termed "faked" picture?. Among  tho numerous manufacturer., of' tin.  cinematograph ttltsis can bo founo  many who adopt cliaractL-ristie inetTi-  ods.of'"faked,*"' or trick, pictures. Thv  following are soma of the most popular methods employed by manufacturers.  A scene is set with a back-cloth re-  presenting a very heavy and cloudy  *ky. and across this sky ut interval*  Hashes of forked lightning arc, seen,  They are produced iu this way. A'  i-aeh side of the scone, just out of the  picture, stand two "supers." Kach  ha*s,iu his hand a whip, the lash being composed of along, wide'white  ribbon', llehind the cloud-scene is another "super," who explodes magnesium ribbon, which give? in the negative a vivid Hash. Simultaneously  with tho explosion the two "super?"  liiek their whips into the focus of the  picture, nnd tho result is that the  white lash /.igxiig? and curls as it i5  withdrawn. This gives a really good  effect when the picture is produced.  Whito ribbons is used to produce the  plainest "flash."  In a good number of films one can  always see little figures, either in tli!-  act of entering a cigar box or soni*.*  other small box. A mirror is pluecd  at one end of the studio, and tlue outer .edges arc draped in blnck to stop  al*y .stray reflections. Directly opposite to this mirror, but some distance  away, a table is placed, and on 'tlii-  table is deposited the "property" cigar box, which contains easily the average-sized adult. Next the actor or actors get ou the table, and climb in or  out-of the box, according to the effect  required. . Tho mirror, being such a  distance away from tho real objects,  reflects them on a much smaller scale.  It is the reflection that is photographed. The camera usually stands at an  angle, but focused direct on the imago,  so that it cannot be reflected in the  mirror.  O'ten can be seen this illusion. A  man disappears into u bag. and reappears at different stages of the picture. Tho effect is produced by menu-  of faking the negative*. When the man  is seen to spring into the air and jimi-i  into the bag. the bag closing afterwards without being touched, tho illusion appears to be marvellous. In  reality the .man jumped on to'tlK*  bag, walked away Irom it as he touched the ground, and someone closed the  bag up, But when the negative '-is  developed the parts where the man  walked away aiid "when another closed  the bag are cut oul and the film rejoined to make it appear that the man  actually jumped into the bag and thai  it closed of its on accord.   *  It Rubu Pain Away.���������There Is no llnlmont so efficacious in overcoming  pain as Dr. Thomas' Eclectrle Oil. Tho  hand that rubs. it in rubs the pain  oway, and on .this account there is no  preparation.that stands so high in public esteem. . Thero is no surer painkiller procurable as thousands can attest who have used it successfully iu  treating many othor ailments.  Justifiable  "So you resigned?"  "Yes.   I couldn't stand the way tho  firm treated me."  "Took my nnmo off the payroll."  Shilohb Gone  quickly slop* condli**! ciirnn coldm, hnala  the throat ���������nd lungi ���������      BA irnls.  The Imagination  The imagination iihciI aright, has  wpndcrful power by bioiidonlng and  blessing life, By mentis of it wo can  travel with the '���������explorer Into new lands  and through biography entor .into  their lives. It Is through the Imagination that fiction hns Its abuses. History may seem hut n dull record of  changing .rncea-nnd dynasties, of buttles and dntes, until soiiu; vivid���������stoiy  makes the limes live beforo us In the  peraon of lis diameters. The printed  pugi. In nothing until It paint* pictures  that wo cun nee, and heroes and martyrs with their struggles and achieve  iiients become real to us ua our fancy  Iii able to clothe tlieiu with life nml  grasp their difficulties nnd pui'pim������>.  Most of us can -iv .ill liocks that have  ha I Hindi to do with iho shaping it  our character by the Ideals they act  before us���������hook friends that have  liuule uh stronger, more pat lout and  unselfish, because we ndnitroit those  qualities In them while we-n^ro shilling their life- for ix littlo time, p,n*.  haps, too, wo have known book* whone  personages fasclnnted whllo they did  not. help.'niid which left ua with n  littlo lOhH rovvronct' nml faith ��������� thun  before, a' little less faith In the final  outcome of tiuth and light. Whatever  o book limy claim to be, wo cun Judge  It pretty correctly by the effect It has  upon ua���������whether we lino up from its  reading feeling bettor, kinder and  Blronger foivonr work, or whether our  ,���������,,,.t,1     :���������;���������-���������;    '.'   _.;     >���������        .!'������������������   -;���������������������������     ���������'���������';���������        '���������������������������    I  nnt* efforts not worth >whllo.  , . Germany*! War Fund. \--  In the Julius tower at Spandau.  Germany, locked in old-fashioned war  chests, has lain over $24,000,000 for  more than thirty years, a tribute from  France at"the end of the Franco-  Prussian var. It is what is known a?  th'o imperial military reserve fund mid  is intended to defray the first expenses  of a campaign and to be, sent to the  various nrmy headquarters for daily  use in case war should break.out. In  such caso it is calculated this money  in the Julius tower would last'lie*  army until a regular treasury appropriation could be made in due lorni.  Spandau is the seat cif the last of Germany's great-inland forts. The Julius  tower is in the centre of the Spandau  fortifications, and the fort is always  well garrisoned. The Government  maintains an infantry'rifle school and  ammunition, riflo and artillery works  there.     ���������  Studios of tha Vernacular,  "Sayliz, lioo7,atJ'"i said  the girl at  the notion, counter.' '  "Unozoo'l'' queried the girl at th *  glove counter,  ".fossa ziffew diddenol"'   ������������������  "Lookeermln, wotcha mean!'"   ������  "Fewdon't knowljz,'  wotehabliuhiii-  bout:*'"  "Aiutnblusliin!"  "Yartoo!"  "Minjoncs yimobctlerl"     ,  "Swat yarl"       - ,  "Hnojoo mean. anyhnwP"  "Fellorspokc wennypa-is choorcoun-  tor."  ."Duldunsee anyfellur,"  "Diddunlenrini, either, didjap"  "Coarsnot." ��������� ���������  "Awakiunoff!" 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Entor "any time.  Catalogue Free. Write* for It.  W.H. Shaw, Pros.,   K.R,* Shaw. Sec.  "THE WELLINGTON HAT"  for men. Canadian-made. Guaranteed best hat >value in Canada.  Ul sizes and shapes' in soft and  stiff fella. .Ask your Dealer, or  write at once to  CHAS.   C.   PUNCHARD     &    CO.,  Toronto, Ont.  '-    ' i  SAVE,     MONEY  ON  ,   .GASOLINE  Lighting Supplies  \Ve can-save you  10 ojo to 20 o|o on  Gasoline Lighting  Supplies no   mat-  _teil ___h SjLisysfem.  "you . use. "���������, Best  quality     mantles  aud glassware always in stock. We  are    the'   largest  Gasoline     Lamp  and Supply houso  iu Canada. Write  for hew price list.  RICE-KNIGHT LIMITED  BOX  487,  REGINA,  SASK  Toronto   :    Montreal    :     Calgary  A  '������   Tlii> OM Fo!!������r������s        h**.  Mmmi    -w���������    -am' W    mm-   -ttrmmt, mm        %#*  ftm-*mm m*t-*>mf������ IW'^ASbW..  Ilnd advancing years bring an Increasing tendency   ���������mSb'^  lo constipation.   Tho corrective they need Is  "NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives  Entirety different from common W.aUves. Floasant to take, mild and painless,  Atayfot (or leas) nl bedftlmo regulates < tli6 bowels perfectly, Increasing  <foi������R never needed. Compounded, like oil the 123 NA-DRU-00 pre-  farattons, by export chemists, Money back If nol satisfactory,  2������c. a l>ox, If your drujfgUt hm net yet stocked them,  i^nd 23i), and wa will msi| tham.  NAI'PWtPAU<i A CHEMICAL COMPANY  OF CANADAi UMITID, MONTREAL, W  parauons, u;  Drlake; of Decf  1 ii������."   v������.tj,ili,,<Vi.i������iM      *.i������������i|H>������.t'i)      lili.iat -  wlfo will Nntl that tho inferior jmru  ff good meat nro moro advantageous  Hum tlio prime cuta of Inferior ment.  Hrlaltot of hpcf Is a part which Is  ���������sold at a low price, tho rcauon,being  that thn ment. lu co'irse, tho proportion of bono Is high, and I hen* In a  Lugo amount of fat. Yet, with proper  cooking, hiUket can ho mado ������������ dell.  cult*  *.:>>.iitri  uh   in*,  inline*.  )>,.iih  ut  tli*. animal, and Uio uoiildo cntHW.'d  hy clotting It properly I* well repaid  hy iha rcdu.iilon In the liiiielu*r'������ hill.  flreal heart* clone iinifcnitund how  (t'uch ghuy th are li In being ^od,  .���������.'������������������nd kt fr������e ermipli to IJept.N.tV.Ha  Atrial Drug & Chemical CV, T������;f.vi  Practical Politics.  political ollioi* in a small town  van vacant. The ofllce paid" $^".0 n  yenr, and thurn \vm keen competition  for it. One of the cauiliilutc-i, Mzokicl  llicltM, wus a shrewd old follow,.and a  nont campaign fund was turned owr  t������������ hltn, To thn natonUhmciit or all,  however, hu wait ������lel������iati.*il,  "I can't account tor It," naid oin;  of tho leadfi'n ol Hit'lt**.' parly gloom-  ily.���������'V.With that money we nhouid  hnvo won. How did you ky ifout,  Kaek-it'ir  "Well," naid Kxckh'l, slowly, pulling  hiu whisker*, "yer *en, that nfllce onlv  pay** Vilill a year salary, nn' I didn't  fi������<u no aiMine lu pnyin' $!������0O out to get  the olllc*. ao I bought uie a littlo  J truck farm In-dead."  j- I heir 4>icret.  I   A  itU'n-.  iioy   who  imu  .iiu'ii   very  .Haughty during the <J������y wuiit, to hi*i  fmother jt������l before hi* futher returned   lltllie.  "Motlier," ho iiiiiil, "Js it really  tree thnt a v.fiiiH-i ������������������������������������,.,''. ten n  ���������nvrel!*"  "Why, no, denr, of c.jwr������*. not." ro-  pl'eil tin) motlier, "Thill'* only u Joko  i,f yonr fiithcr'**. Tell nu*. nut'thi'iut,  wltHl'n tli������ secret thnt you'd like m<  to knepr"  'Troinii* me not  to 'ell  fnlher I  ���������������������������*���������������''. *������������������������������������-1 ^������2il  ���������  P)emt<*j������n (JtrfMit.  That i>c4lic.J "j.hfti*.!oi������'' wlrn nr  sirciil* uscil In t*������l'������3raphfn*��������������� find  Meiihoj.ifijj it lhe ftd'Jiliu.tal rlrcnit  f)lit������ln������������,| or njf.j th.-it h ..Main*--.. In  t singh.) com!uo(&r hy iu -aiu ol a  muHlplt": I vi lent  Well, Well!  ..THIS IsA HOME DYE  ^������������������ANYONE  can use  I dyed ALL these  ^lOWFTERENT KINDS  *-���������y      of Goods  *������h>������ SAME Dye.:  I used  DYOLA  [ONE DYE>o>Ali HINPS^oooos|  CLEAN nnd SIMPLE io Uao,  NO thine* ul uiliig Hi* WRONfi t)y* lur tlm (iooJi  ..nt Iim in i (ilnr, All, nl.jtt Itom yout Drumltl or  l)Mlfr. ri������l!F. cliiior H������rJ unit NTOHV llnnklclll,  'I !������������������ Jolnuoii.ltUlnr.tiun Cu., I.lmlltd, ������lunlr������������l,  On View,  "t hem* they huvo a family Hkeieton."  "Ych, ������lio wim In the nurf thin ��������� uiora*  lng.*'  Ko cltlzon should be a ilrono In tht  i.i t'liil beohlvo. ������������������     '.  Mlnard'a liniment for tale everywhere.  The happlont moments me t.ie hna-  lent uioments,  Optlmliim !a the reflection of ihe  uiu ht'iiina from h0'W*n  DODDS \  IDNEYf  /,  PILLS J,f  [Vi)\v\Ns.?!i  w. N, v, m. $61, .V *   . i
THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH' COLUMBIA,
Tka BttmtelBi.HnE
issued Every  Tuesday by the-
Comox  &   Cumberland
Publishing  Company.
This payor will not hold itself
rosponsiblo for the opinions, ot others, as may appear .in'its.columns
trom time to timo.
NOTICE is hereby given thnt, on ihe
I first day of December next, .ipplicatiori
will be made to lhe Superintendent of
PiMvinciarPolice for renewal of ihe ho
tel license to sell liquor hy retail in 'the
hotel known as the Hotel Wertot, situate
ar Heriot Hay, in the Province of Irtish Columbia.
'.,'." H. A. liui.l.,���������'"������.
Dated25th, diy of October, 1*911.<;
WEDNESDAY, Dec.2).   101.1,
NOTICK.
In the Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
]n the matter   of tlio  Estate  of
llonry Brooke, deceased, nnd
In the mutter of tho "Official Administrator's Act."
JN OTIC E is   hereby  given   that
mler uu order   granted   by His
Honour C. H. Barter."'dated  the
15th December, 1911,1,. the undersigned was appointed Administrator of all and singular the esj
tate of Henry Drooks.
AU     parties    having    claims*
against the estate of the   said do-
eonsud are   requested  to   furnish
particulars of tho same 011 or hf -
tore tlio 10th day of January, 1912,
ami all parties indebted to the said
c-tate aro requested   to'pay  such
i idehtedness to me forthwith.
Gko. Thomson,
Official Administrator.
Dated at Nanaimo, Ii. C. this 15th
day of December, A. D. 1911.
TENDERS.
NOTICE ii hereby given thot at' tho
next, muting of tho Board of License Cora-
mUsioi-orti of the"'Oity of Cnniberlai'di.i '.
ntend to npp y for a'renewal i\ the h*..t-,y ',
oU'icense hold by,,me tor tho Cumberland',    ���
Hotel, mtii'ated onlot 1, blooU ti, Cum,1 cr-' "
landTowusitfi, . " ���''���    ,' ��� -y,   ',  >'.������'
,  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.
Dnted tt.ie 7th day ot Nov., 1011., '
��**
In the matter of Hetor�� "Brooks,
deceased.'   *
TEN DELIS for the purchase of
lhe South $ast,part of "fractional
-N oi,th-East-quai:t.er_jbf_J1SecL_ 20,
Township,9, Comox District, c'on-
tuininii 2G acres, will be received
by the undersigned up to the 20th
day of January 1912,       .
Geo. Thomson,
Official Administrator.
Nanaimo, B. C,, Dec. 15th, 1911.
NOTICE i�� hei'tby givon iliat 80 days
nfter oiue I intend tu apply to the Honour-
n'-'e tho Minister oi Land* for a license to
pr��f| Q(:t hii md ind pii>'<.l*-U'ti nnder lhe
foreshore and uniler iha �� a or on tha hide
in und cppoBito tho t .11 iw.ng do^orihed
landg situate in Rupert Disoio'*,���Ciin-
monctag at a pout planted on tho sea beach
' at high water innrlt at ths interbootion ol
8 lotions U aid 15 TowuHhip 2, Port Mo-
Nuill Riport Dibtriol: tlunco north 55
chains m< re or lean to high water mirk on
.li���� north side ol Purt" MoNtdll Harbin;
'iionco followlug the , ttei liutoh at h'gh"
v.i;*(" *���"*��'!;'rimid tliu huud of iho llirliur
tj , it,f,t  '���<i'?m(*ut,j''(iniii,
Fi'.woia M, ToitnivKK,
E, Pries**., ogont,
Dated thU Ut dny of Hep' ember, 11)11.
VICTORIA LAND  DlSTJtlCT
tf
Dir-ti'iet of Sayward.
TARE notice thnt Gi.'onj-o llonry ^ >t of VnitCouver, 11. C,,oc
rnp��f ill Vii*h Mfichi'iir, intend.*
\ 1 i'j'i y f if p��i'inr-"it.'ii in piir-
i''i**�� tiu* I'liil'iivin^- ilesi'i'ilmi
Vin* ���: -I), lUiiH'iu'in'i nt a jm*i
p -i it* ' i'i he N.. W, corntu' of
1 r l* I- l.ii'.ltl ihoncn East, along'
1 ,,*, M< m-i Hue 10 chains, tlUMlCl'
Nurth ill 'mii.s thence Weal 40
���'Mir. 1.-. '..i.-nce Siuih nlouir \\u:
rd* fi.* '!ti clniiiin, nml contain
.  .u   ., .   t
(ihuRGK HV.NHY Wl'.ST,
Applicant.
lh.to.1 November'^ t, 10U,
1 1 1 1 ������' 11 1   a 1  igg.
NOTICE is hereby given thnt at the
n��xt meeting ot the Board of Lice se
CommiBiieuera of the City of Oumbi'r.
land, 1 in tend to apply tot n hotol li
censo to sell liquors by retail in tvid upon
ihe premises known as the King George
hotel, Bit tinted .on lot 9, blook 7, Oninber
1 hd Towuwte,
VICTOR BONORA.
Dated tins 7��h duy of .31. v., 1911
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
lirst day of December next appliruibn
will be iv.fcde to the Superintendent ol
Provincial Police (ov a boiel" liconsc to.
sell liquors by rel.ul in and .upon this
premises known as ihe New Hotel Heriot, situated oii Lot 42 S'nbcli'ision ol
Lsts Northeast quarter of Loi 316 Her.-,
tat tiny, S-tyvvaid District, "Province of
British Columbii.
" v .������".     II. A.IlUUy
Dated Noveu".ber 22nd, 1911; '.-    '
KOT ICE.
NOTICE is hereby given   that
iipl'licntion.will b�� mado to   tht*
Parliament of Canada   at tlio next
Session thereof for   th�� continu
utiun of thn Charter of tlioVAN-
COU VKll ISLAND ANDKAST
ERN HAILWAY   COMPANY
and for an extensian of time   i'01
the commencement   of construction' ami completion of th�� said
lines of railway authorized to be
constructed by the  Art of   Par
liainent of Canada passed in the
Session 7-8, Edward 7, chaptei
167 intituled "An Act to incor
porate the Vancouver Island, and
Eastern Hailway Company,*" and
by the Aol of tho Parlinniem  ol
C a 1 Mvffn * iTniH" SeSS'i 0 n~o f~ - 0-1 (V
Edward?, chaptor  171 intituled
klAn Act respecting the Vancouver Island and   Eabtern Railway
Cbinpany,"
R. C. Lowk,
Solicitor for Apnliennts.
This i s not a professor's lecture on
Astrology. It is merely an intimation'to; the public who use printing
of any kind���Posters, Circulars, Billheads,'Business or Visiting Cards,
Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements,
Etc, Etc.,���that
5% (Humfertani $>ui0
'v.
ark fopartwnt
NOTICE ii horcby givon that nt tho
next meeting of the,' Board of Uojneo
Commissioners of the City' ot Cuniber..
land,T intbnd to apply f< r a rentwnl it the
wholesale liquor license hold ly mo, tit- _+
unteit on lot 12, blook C,. Cuinberlujiil .
Townsito. ���*
JOHN MAROCCHI �� .
Dnted thia 7th day^'ot Nov., 1011.    . ,   -'
NOTIOB ia hereby givon tbat at tho
next uneoting ot tho lk**u\l ot Licoi bo C^m
iniB��io��ori! ot tho City ot Cuinbur'nnil, t
intend to a> ply tor a rono*nl of thu hotel 1 oenso hold by mo tho Waverly
lio'el, JBiUiatcd ou lot 2, bloo'i U, Cnraber-
laud Towneito. ���
FRANK DALLOS
Dnted ihia 7th dny ot N��.v��� 19U
N..
NOTICE in herehy glvni tlut at the ni-xt
mcoing ut tho Hon il ��t Lio nso Commii-
eiono s ot the City ot Cumberland, I intend to npply tor n renewal ot iho whole- -
Bido liquor licenae lu'ld by in,, situ ted
on lot 12, blook 7, Cuiiberhnd Tow> nito.
FRANK SCAVARDO...
Datod thia 7 th day of N*iv. 1011
Is-in a position to execute orders in
the   manner    specified,    have   them
ready   when   promised, *,an J deliver
Nthem where stated,- if desired.,   -
NOTICE
TheKflquimnlt & Nanaimo Rail
way Company wi.l n*i|>ly lo   tin'
I'tirliiimentof Canada nl itn   nex'
Beesion for an Act omnono in^ ll u.
lay   out, construct, nr.d opo;*aie n
railway from a point on tWfe mil
wav, iho construction of whicli  ir
authorised hv subsection "A"  of
section 2 of Chapter nipoty two ol
llio Statutes of Cnnadi for theyeai
one thousand nine hundred anil fix,
ul or near the nor'h fork of Ovptei
river, thence in a general y  north
weiieriy direction to llmdyiBny on
.he west const or Vancouver L-liiiididohn  H,  Glnnville, co-nwnor in
mid iiioiimfini- thpcimpan\ '��> boi.d the R��ms uroup of Mineral Clnims
us prove
NOTICK.
NOTICE id   lioroby  givon  to
inj�� poworp, ond for oihur pnrpo i��..
\V. P. Sai.hiiuiiy,
Secretary E. k N. UniUv-jy Co.
I' i 'i;'.!*, Tin nips-on iv Huirh?p,
Oiinwn AponlH,
U.t'ed nt Vanoouvor this lirst day of
November, 1011,
���la.
X'^T'^K is hereby *.*��� ven. that y>il,'-'*.
iif.t:* J'.ti- I inttiiil iiiii'i|)ly in ihe Monoi'
���i'.v* Mi >toi*t>l i.mdi fi��r u license n>j C01110N run, leaving Nanaimo on
Until fiiriliur notleo the l.'rin-
cops lloyal will talco tlio Natiaimo.
Vaut'Oiivor run, leaving Nannitno
dally (oxcopt Sunday) 7.90 a, ni.
Thi* Sunday boat to Vniiiu.uvoi',
ha< boon uaneollod for tbo suasoii,
and tlioCbanner i�� (icliodulwl to
loavu Nanaimo I'm Vanoonvur mi
Wednesday nud l'liilny at 1 p. in,
and Satntilay at  5 p.   in.   Tho
Clmi'lni*!' luia been plaoed   on the
it in,
MM 1
i IlllliJU.i
J'
i'riM��*ie��:t forco d nnd petrnleina under the | 'J'muliivs at 1 p. 1
f.^.11*, r.Vu*  linger  the ,.uer on ��,���. ^ .. ft  '    m|(, ^.|im( ,
inn*' in ..i".   ''P'.-'-Hac the fitiiovin^ di**; ���
-. trih.d i .1.1N vitiuue in Kuprrt l).<,trit:i. 1 '       "~ l.
KOH  BALE���OlMiiuc    Dahlia
��� v.n,���      \ ���^\��� yv_    r    Kti'wnrt,
. ('..v.-.-m. ikinn   ti* n poit |il;inted on iho
;'i'A  ht-:*i h  |l |.l),li l��.i'��*i   hi.ni. n, i>i��.   "...
(���ituateil 20 niilea from tho month
of Phillips lliver in the Nanaimo
Mining Division, tlm*: lil�� nlinro of
tlm exponditiiru hna uot beon paid,
and that wo intend to llio notice
witli tho Mining Ilccordir of said
District according to Section 25 I),
Chaptor 185 of Tho 11. C, Mining
Act,
J. (). Ross, Agont,
Lund, B.C. Oot.ltb, 1011,    j
BAY WARD USD DWTMOT.''""
Distriot ot Snywsnl.
TAKK lliitloo that GeorKti Li'loniiter TU-
iiiinKtn. of Vunonuvir, H.O., inoohiinlo,
Inti ndB to tip] ly lo- pt*maw-ion t��vurohftiit'
the fi-llowlng doHunhoil landm���
t'��iinpiiolnKat a pnit ]ilai.tod at tho
Hnnthwoiit comer of lot. 532| thonoo north
K0 chaini. thenco wcit 70 thntnn, thonco
hi,nth HO (-lining, thence oatt 7r> 0111111111, to
jic^'t "f "ftrnwHnnomont, oontnlninR 000
nwoK, won or logs.
UKOUIIK L.KICKSIK.K KlMl.MilU.V,
Uobort Hi-iiiv Oho.tnut, ngent.
DntMl Mnrvh Oih UIU
N ��\nl\*
"It
leu,*..;*...., t| Scions 14 nnd 15,  Town, j \;my Cottngn, AlllMl Avenue.
:ihi|> ;. PuC   McNeil!   Uui'i.t  liistrict;',
ihiiu*: iiiii'ui 1,5 t'h.i'n.j iu'mv or I***.**  to
v���Y, v.uter iiiiirk on 1V115 nurth f.idc ol I'ort
NUTM K in horehy (,'ivmt tnul nt the
.��.���.., , ��xi n,i��tlr,({  of iholliisr.l o( Ucenso
.tt-Neill ll-uhor, thrncu en��erly idonK .......m ��,!, n��B of tl,. 01 y ot Cumbor
Mvir�� line 1.1 imcr��eciion ��r Swtioii* aj i |ftMl,    j    \n-tm\it    HrJ\y    )or    ���
..ud 21. Town ihip 1, thffcr smtttuT'iy Cj8 ��� ,    ...    .   ... ,  ,,   ,
.   . ,      .    i- 1 . , ��'��uo.v��l uf tho hot 1 viiintt* lull  liv mn
rh.unt more cm ti< in hiuh ua tt ni.uk  ,      .   ��, .  ,,   ,    ,,, . . . ,
.,   ,        ,���   . ��� .,  ��� ,,   ,      Jut the Niw England llolol, Minuted on
or. "luth shore ofl'ort McNeill Haibor;  ,     ..,��.,#   ��,.��i n   1 ., /.
, , 1 !-on��t hnlf ft lot, 3, in block J, Cumber-
\\i'X,i.t: v e icrtf ilonu ihnre imf* to puir.i | ,|in,j roW( fiit>
��I tniY.ix **..tei��i'*.t.   Kin \Nl�� A. I.MHD
h. I
liA\ct\ Vi\x I-.t nay  nl   <fin��:..���v., .���������������. 1,       ,    -   -
1 '     '        \~;..--..-r-i~.r?.-.^*m.mm.-.*m^;  j \ttf  \\<M   COtUpHHy.
_-��.. m mm \ ^,',,1 ���,'��    J,,^ J      |(y   ��,    g>    (>,������ j,,,,.  j JtyimUUV.
All A Ci  Ill thC   N EWS a�� w���� ��"��w ��t IS noon ami thm I I- W. Nunns. fj-����;*jry.
Ht 12.15 p ui. ilmiji. ^CninbnrlaiKl, II. C, Aug. 1st, 1011,
JAMKR WALTKUH.
������<"���>����� '�������"��� ; ...ml U,i. 7 h day of Nov, \m .
(C|��l<:i''iiibk,  ��<>H . ,    ._. .    ._	
r'nniliorland it Union Water
Works Co., Ud.
NOTIOK.
Sprinkling will bo allowed
only two nightfl n week, nomcly
TUESDAY and FRIDAY, fro...
1 to 0 o'clock in tho ovonlng.
Lcnky tftps must ho n.londod to
at onco.
Any changes or Additions to ox-
ihting piping must ho sanctioned
CBALKD TENDERS wWraiwd to the
P uudfrcigned, ��nd endor ed "Toidor
for Wh irf Mid two AppronohrB at Pilnoo.
ttuptrt, lJ.C��� will bo n-oclvod m til 4,00
P.M.,on Monday, Sopteuil>��r 25, ltfll, t r
tho oi.nBtructinn of a Wharf ami two
Anproaohou at l'rinoo Unpoit, Qniruutino
8tttti n, Uig'.y Inland, B.O.
Pinna, Bsocilionlion and form nf oon-
tnot um bo toon and foninof tender <>'>
tidniid at thio Dopnrtmout und at tbo ollU
cosof O.A. Kuofor, Esq, Dmtiict.Koyl -
oof, Nuw Wo4mli)nt��ir, 'B.O., aad in npidi
out on to tliu Pontinaitum at. l'rinoo Hupirt
ond Vio'orl*, 11 O. ���
/rtir��ou8toiido.liigaronotllled that tend
era will iio*. ho oon��idoiod unlo*B lniulo on
thf printed font* BUnplitid, aid Bi��ntd
with i In ir n'luul figtiituroH; nUt'nu tholr
oooupationnniul p'lioetj ol ruildcr.oo. In
tho ouo of linn', th to md kiRiiatiiri1, tliu
iiiilnio of tlioouonpnti>ti nnd plnco of roil*
doi.oo uf eaoh moino r of tho linn mu t ho
��iv��.n,
Knoli tomlur mu t ho nviOMinpatdod hy an
ooooptcd olimpio ou a Jfhirtorid bank, pay-
nhlo to llm ordor of tho Honourable tho
MliUter of Pob io W**rk��, equal to ten ptr
wuli ��iw |(.c) .I t'..c ii��ioiwt"nf thi* ffniler.
xth'uih u'dlbo foifitt<M\"lf iha vtirmn tond-
orhitf doi-1 oo to cuter Intoacontraotwhon
cal'od op in to do i.n, or till to oomolctu
tho work onn raotO't for. H thetoidorfit
not atcoptod iho olioipie will bo roturncd,
'tin* Ui*p��r*.uifai>i. W-M-, n/f lltif !"-n'i to
noiopt tho lowcut or auy tondor.    .
Ily order,
H. O. UEmOCHKUS,
S.ori.taiy.
Dipnrtinoiit of Public Works,
Ottnwn, Augvi��t':G, lOtl
SAYWARD LAND DISTRIT.
District of Suywitr'd.
TAKE NOTICE lint 'William
Caldwell, of Lanark, Ont., mininp
man, intends to npply for pcrmia
fion to purchiun Uo following do*
scribod latid?:���ComtMoncing at- a
poat plnntod at tho northwest corner
of Lot 400, Cnrringfon Bay, Snywnrd District, thonco following the*
norlh boundary of ot, 400 Oaslo'ly
fur 40 dhnine. thonco north '20
ohiiinp, thonco wo.<t to the shore lino
thonco poutlmdulerly and foMowinp
tl o f-hitro lino to tho point of com-
n.encompnt, conliiining lees thnn 80
aorflp,      Wiu.tAM Cauiwki,!.,
Jno. Mancon,agont
Daiod Fob. 28th, 1M1,
8AYWAUD LAND DIJlTltlOT.
NOTICE i-t hor.iby Rivon thut nt tbo
next mocti-ig��.f tbo Board ot Uo.MisoCoin
miisi��>n-ra inVtho City ut Cumborlnnd. wo
intoud to apply fur a lei.o'wal . f ihe hotel lio nso hell by u�� for the Vei.dimo
Hotel, situated ou lot B. block 3, Cumber-
hind To.vi'8ite.
WILSON & BRAMBEIta.
Di.tad thia 7th day of Niv.  11)11.
NOTICE is hereby Igivpn ihat at iho
next uioctiug of ihe Board of License Com-
misnioners for iho Ci' y ��f Cuniberlinil. I
intend to apply for a renownl of the wholesale liqaor license hbl-1 hy m��, situakd ou
lot'0, block 15, CunibeiluiulTowmiitj,   ,
CIALI MUSSATTI. ''
Dated thin 7th duy i.f N..v., 1911.
^COASTLAND DISTRIST.
District of. Con st.
takk KOTicio that Davidro'ii Ward'
Co,, Ltd., i>f Loughboro Inlet, orcn-
pauon lumbsniKin.jntciid to npi'dy
"f oF'fermi??i"n r to-] i nic! i a -��� ti.-1 b e-f��1*~
lowingdufcribed land*-: Commenc-
ii'^at a po"t'i Ian od on the 'oiMh
side of Haid,wick'l*land about 20
chains from ehorp, 'thence' on the
eatt   boundary   lino  of leu e lot.
marked 5G H .R'M.'tl'onreiiorth 20.
chainp. thenco east 20 chainKt hei ce.
north   20 onain**),   thence ens' SO
chainp,   thonce   nouth  40..chainp,
thenoe west 50 chainp, hack to y\ .cm
of commenceniont', containing HO
teres more of lesa,
-' ., ��� Davidson WAttnCo. 'I/rhv
'   F S Ward, ngent
Dated August 16,1011.
Change of advertisements will
not be received at this office later
than 12 o'clock noon   oii Tugs
days.
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SAYtfAIlD LAND DISTHICT.
D'strict ot Byward.
TAKK NOTICE that Aithi r Rowland
Boht, of Vanoouvor, B.C., traimpor' tiRoi.t,
intonilB to npply fur pennlB-slun to pllroha^o
tho fallowing dotoilbiidhndB:���Commei.c*
ix)_* nt npont planted ut tho NoiithcnBt cor-
wrotjoiiliil, oi tho north bouodiny of
bt'547,^11000*1 uoith 80 oliaiti'fl,' thenco
oust 73 cliaiun thonor eouth 80 olmi'-p,
tho o< Jwchi 75 olinlns to pujnt of commence
uii'ut, ooutiiiiiiur 000 iioron, ynofo. i<x .lce��|.
AllTllUIl HflWLANI) Hkht,       ���',
ltobort Hnnry Choetni t ngon*.
Dated Maruh 7tb, Wll.
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���f��l
if*
District of Snywnid."
TAKK in.tiuo tbat Siilnny lloaBinun, ot
VaiKouvor, 13. C, mot-hanlo, intend* to
npply for pfrin'Bsioii t.iyurobaso tho fob
lowing dero. ibed IiuuIh: ���
Commencing nt a pont pV.tod at tho
Honthweat oomrr ot lot 552) ihunco iouth
OU v.,,,,,..^,
;.cc -"c t on ohnln*. th.nnn
iio/tb P0 chnin*-, t\-��-i\o,ft mut R0 nhnin*, t,*i
plnco of oainmonoomofit oontuining 010
noron, moro or !�������.
Sidnrv Hkahmaw,
Hob. rt. Honry Cno��tnnt, npo t.
Uiitud Wiiruii ,>iii, iiSii-.
SAYWAKl) LAND DISTRICT*
l)i��lrlctota,iywurd,
���TAKK NOfluK tliatSi.mnellleimnmii,
of Vanoouvor, W.O., miohaide, liitpii'dn to
npply for ptiiniiHinn to piiicliinin tho fol
lowi.g desoflbod liiiid.i-Commeuolng at a
pi'Bt ptuutoil nt tlio nouth lut corner id lot
linOi thonco eait 100 oIinIdh, Ihouuu nouth
���10 ohainH, tlionoo wo 175 ohainu (moro or
loan*,) thenoo nor.b 5 c'la-nn, thonco west
B5 ohiiiim, thoitO'i i orth UB ohuiiiH to pol t
ot ootnmonoi*mciit, contuiidng 000'.iiore**,
inoroorlO'8,      Samuki. IIkahman.
���   - Hohoit Henry Ohemnut, ��(eiit
Dated Mnroh Hlh, 1011.
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HAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.
DlHlriotof Snywn il,
TAKK notice that Nanette  JoBoph, of
Vancouver,  tt, C., 8pn*t��r, intend* to
'apply fit*ptrmtmtnn to pnrHmHw thn  tn).
Ntwep'pwt Mill not bo pal.l for thlt ad- jowinR ^oMriiHtj inM,.8;~
,etH.������nt if thoy in.rrt.t without iiulh- j   Conini. |(0ing ttt ,v ^lgl l)llUltca ((t t,)(.
orlty frian thf Drpir mint.
*-trt
4.
ry it.
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n}  you
PRINTING
WANT    GOOD
go   to  rut':
NEWS. VIKST-CUSS WORK
SouthenHt oornor nf lot 547| thenco norlh
80fli��ii.s, thecca o*i* J^l clinins, tb.enco
(���until 80 eliiini. Ilunirn woit 8'l ohnl"��
t*�� Iho p ilut of oonilii * ��oiiio t, c .it iu-
intr 040 eeio* m��re or Ion.
NA^mr .titii'.ni,
Itohrrt Hi-iiiy Chmtint, *��t��iit
UttAd Match 7th, WU.
SAYWAliD LAND DIHTRI0T.
Dutriqt o! *?iiywn>d ,
TAXKjH*Vit*i tlmt Vtu*om ttrwtthtm,
wlfo of W. V, Broughnn*, of Vanoouvor,
H.C, Intondu to npply for pormiwlon to
puroliaHO the following iloncrHw-1 lnnd :������
Cominonuing at n punt plnntprl 40 nhnin*
wo+t.ot iho ��ou'.)��u ni wtnuvi ������ i I.i Zt7,
thonoo orut 1'20 oliiiim, Hicnoi iouth 40
ohainu, thonoo wnnt 120 chiii h, thonoo
north 40 olminii to point nf eommetio mon%
contnii.jng 480 aoton, moro or hn,
FllASillW ltROVOUAM.
Uobt-rt Henry Ch^otnut, ngont
DaUdMarohBth.IOll,
Wood's Pliofly^olln^
The Oi-fftl JRnoUah ftmrtlu.
'ro.noa itr*4 Invisontmtlui mtwin
,'wvmia i��y*t��in, tnakoi ti..w
UUMIn'oWVetii'i. Hurt* St*,*.
oui IkbUUu, Mental find Jhnln Worru, i��>.
IKhiteiiry, txxitai wtnlmtaa. tUataamai, ftt\.#-
mitttrrhmtf nnd j\f<flJt ttf Aliuttrn- Utt.***c*.
.ill
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l'i_f'��U|K.rV^iA.>^��..V'{."j.   l.k.<i\Mtlliti'.'*':".;' -
"""'' " " by i��ll ilruKH'W4 or innltt.t Ir
'tor. oi
vi't'-liil.tret'.  Thtt
wille-itfft.  fioUi by nil ilruifH'Ut4 or InnlU.t Irt
plnln |ik|t. on moehit of urim. Xcw jutn' aid
���\foirmeiiti fYi*'...rt
TftronV��,OiiU
* ^*������^��MnW(��*WMWat��^^ MADE IN CANADA
Make. Ybur EXPENSES Light
Makes Ypur BISCUITS Light
Makes Your CAKES Light
Makes Your BUNS Light
Makes Ybur LABOR Light
ORDER FROM YOUR
GROCER.
CW.G1LLETTC0..LTD.
/Toronto, Out  '
THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
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��� 'mn*m-r*.  *t****~ *����� i\-v* ��
' NOTICE in hereby given that on the first
day oi Deoonib.rjni.xt application will be
made'to tho Superintendent of Provincial
Police. Victoria, for the renewal of the ho-
tel .lioenao to bi*11 I'qaomby retail iu the
hoteljknown as ths Fort Augusta hotel, sit
uated al Oomqx, B.C. John C. Clakkxck
Dated October 8:1911.     -  '    '
"notice to The public.
..Haying bull a large wnnehonso and mil
ntConrlcnay,' f*\vili Jn tmure' keep oh
liind a.stook ofall kinds of May, Grain.,
nnd Feed at*lowest 'market rates. ""^
speoialty will be made of roller crushed
feed for hors.iwh.ioli"will mnke a suving
of euo third iu tlio co.t of feed, - Orders
given the teamster or by phono will be
promptly filled. Thnuklng you for your
patr^nngo in the past and Kolioiting a oon
tinnanco of the same oo broader lnu u, 1
beg to nSiud*.!       ��� ,
. Yours to commnud,
13YRON CRAWFORD.
J'-U m.
BIOWI!
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���J-'1-1 l���UL -. I*UI-J '.' 1���"af1
J The Courtenay Hotel
Every convonienfe for guoBle. ���
The Central Hotel for Sportemon
[None but the Best of Wines and Liquors
[at the liar.-
'rates
REASONABLE
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John Johnston,   Prop
[JOHN McLEODS
[FOR piltST-pLABS   ".'"'"      ,-'
CANDY, .FRUITS,   y
;;'ciqARS,-& TQBAOCOS
UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd
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Nakaimo-Umon Bay- Comox - Route.
Sailing as under���
Twin-screw s'.etuntr 4*C0WICHAN"
Leaves Vancouvor Thursday .6 p.m.
Arrive Union (Ior Cumborlund) Friday
N        niornihg
A. rives C��m(X Friday morning
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',' Returning   -
. Lr   Comox  Friduy'4 p'm '
'��� TJuiou Bay     ' "   5   " ��� >'
������ Nanaln.o 11 p.m.
Loaves Vancouver, Snturdav 8 p in
Arrives Nanuimo,  Saturday 12 p ni
Arrives Union, Sunday 6am
.' ' ���      [(ov Cumberlutiu]
s   Arrives Comox,   Sunday 8 a ni
Re.un.iug:���
Leaves Cowix. Sunday 4pm
Lonves Uu1').! Sunduy5pm
��� Lnve* Niaaimo, Sunday 11 p.m
[Subject to (���huiigo without LO.iee]
IF YOU WANT
GOOD PMNTING
GIVE US A TRIAL
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The splendid appearance
of a "Fit-rite" suit is the
result of the careful, honest
way in which it is made.
A handsome outward appear-
rance is of no value, unless it
has the sterling material underneath to back it up;
It is the care taken in this
particular that makes the "Fit-
rite" a good suit all through.
The hidden parts are given the
same attention the* surface receives.   It retains'its shape because the shape^nd stgle are,
built.rightiritoit,'-.;
I >' Look over a "Fit-rite" suit
and examine the quality of the
material and tailoring, It is ah honest effort
to supply good clothes at a reasonable price.
��� Either call a�� tho rrtoro or send ����� a poit emxi bearing .your
namo and addrets, and yt* U S'to you a copy of the r it-
rite Stylo Foreceat," cooUimrw tho atwt nows of faahioa
tendencies lot the comlqa Fall and Winter.
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Tlie purest aiid^b.'st^BEER^and
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-      -      FOR  SALE  BY
Walworth-Rolstori Go.  Ltd
1020 Westminster Ave.,
is indispensable in the
camp, and for all r
impromptu meals.
TfddaliFtleBOyRlD^
to your canned meats
and soups and note
the difference.
BO V RI L
sandwiches are
nutritious and
toothsome.
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Vancouver, B�� C.
U'Mir ti i**ma.imimfivi��.\i*I*m***amyaaWtmm^ ����XPIIMai
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The VaEConver Daily Province '
To September 23, O��-,
c     RUPE RT LA ND DISTRICT
Dis-rid. of Rupert.   ���
TAKE not ce thut Endora Mno L**caon
of Vancoiiver, ti.V,    i ceil) utjon vYVidow,
i teud�� u> iipi'iy  f>r j.cr.iis-i'in to jiur-
chiiso tbe folii.\vngd*fcCiib��l hi. d : O-rn
mmciuH nt it n p ft  planted   alout   one
mile north  nnd 40 chat s i a; t uf the S. E.
corner of Sec ion *i, T wmhip  8,   Ihenc-
ni*r.h 80 ohnin**, thenca niBt 80 chu b,
tlieice Fiout'i 80 o'liiiir*,   thot ce west SU
~ct;Bi"riH"i6"pUu^
inj-* CIO acres', vat-m i r li'es.
..,Sonbetl <*n po t EML'k S.W. cornor.
���      -     EndoiuMab -Lhbson,
D nCkik, Agait.
Datod Deoomler llth, lfi' ���.,
nowKWi
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'AM,KINDS 01'.
Fruity fridy igars H
igarettes & Tobacco.���;���
Piouoia Block,
CUMHERLAND, B.C.
V>'c will mail The Daily Province
till September 23 to nny address
in Cnunda outsldo tho city of Vancouver, for 35*^.
General SSlccUens Eoptcn'ib&r 21
���Talcp.advantage, of our Splendid:ITewa tevica
and follow intolligently the moves of each party,
.Offer-
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FAIRFIELD
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J, JACK,   I'hoi'..
A Fine Assortment of
lhe Choicest Candies,
Fruits and Tobacco.
Vancouver Ice Cream,
Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland
Cook's Cottott Root Compound.
Tbo p��l Uteris Twit* **jd
���.only wfo ��fl1^iiftVMo?Wu?
nnhiof^diiwa; m
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����� 'RUPERT LAND DISTRICT
District of Rupert
.TAKE.notice thnt Gardiner, Al-
oximeter Brady Spencer of Alameda
Only ocenporion plumlier, intondt?
to opi ly for pernis-ion to purchase
the following duecribed hindu���
:'Conimericing*at a posl plnntod
hIioiU 30 chains west of tho mou'Ii
oust corner of, Section 24, TownBhip
21, thwico west 80 chuine.. thonco
south '80 chiiinp, thence eaut 80
chains, thence north to south ;ooro
of Wolf Lako. thonco wemorly nloiiR
t-outh fhoio to wesr end of lako,
thonco Wet nlong north shore nbout
40 ohiiiiif, ihonoe norlh to plnco of
cqmmoncowrtiit, containing. ��iuO
acres moro or le?B.
Soiibod on -.os', G A.D.S.'s N',K.
corner.
". . GAUDNICR  Al.BXAKDKB BUADV
SpbnciJr,
Dun Clnrk. Agent
Dated Do.otnher Mth, 1010. "(
RUPBRT LAND UI-TUICT
Dwtiioiof Ripern
TAKK >'0riCR fiat Ado'nido Efltor
Clark BfWD, of IlrooKfie.d N. Y���
married womnu. iutencl'i to apply f< r par-
mission to parclm'O tho follows! R diwrib-
ed landf;���C luimonomt! ��it a poat plsnt��?d
at Bouthwost oor> cv of S o'ion 10, Township 9, then.-o north 80 clinm*,, fienoo
oast80chainr, thence tonth SO chaini.,
tlunoe w'eflt 80 clinins to placo of oommen-
ment containing 010 acres moro or lots.
Scribed on post A.E.ClVuS.W. cor
ADEtMIlK lirtTKK ClMRK HrOW.V.
^    Dim Claik, ng-nS
Da'od Dccombor 19th, lhlO.
Ui��   KRT   LAND  D1STR ICT
Dietrict of Rupert
TAKE noiiietliat Uoitrrm Jame?
'Tusker cf Vancruivi-r, li. -C.   occupation Express ISInn-igor intends t*i  ���
to apply for perm'esion to putchae��
ihu   f-ll   Aiug'defcril.ed ' lundt-:���!.
Comtv    cmg'at.n -peat- planted
abo"*"^*"! 10~clii'uns wi*b-**ortlre~e_uth���
oa    corner '.of' Section  24, Town-
ship-21,. thence   vrei-i   SO   ohaine,
tlicicofoulh 80 chains, thencei east
80 chains, thenco rioah 80 chair.'* ���
to p'aco   if  commencemoi.t,   ��.���*-.��
tninirjg 640 acres moio or, losu.
Sciibed mu po*,t^BJ T'k N.L\"
BkTRTBAM Ja��1KS  TA'KJ.'It,
J)mii C.l;iil'*'^(-iit
Da'ed Dewmhor Udi, 1010.
y  ,.      NOTICE
Any person or poreons, ciittinfj;,
roiuuving w taking nny Lluckfl,
timber or wood, of any duscHptiodn
)olonging to tho Wellington Col-
iery Oo'y*, or from or off tho lnnd
of tho Raid Company, or iinyom*
tipping rubbish of any description
anywhere  upon   the company-*
��j   .   1 ,,.!11  ������;,, ��,.:nsA(,,ifni|  lr\ lf\t\ 1*1*11
iumi   >. ...   In, j<�� ^.iv','...',.-*   v1-'   ���*"1    IV1'
���UJktOlltur tlnrllitW,
W, h. COULSON,
Gonoml Mnnngor,
HUPKUT LAND DISTHICT
Dibtrict ��f Uiijioit
TAKE NOTICK thut JamoB Hwilnliiiwr,
ot EinioriR, Florida, en-neuter, totrni'H
to npply for permliuityn towiirohnio th"
following doioriliod lani'm-ComnunonK
it n iior.t lilanfid ���-�� mllo�� wcit-of tho 8.11.
cirnerot Sew I n W, lowiMilp 20, thenoe
nurtblOuli I p. th no   wyfit 80 oludiN,
tlienc'i Boiilli  tO oIibIiih,  thonoo oi��t 80.
chaiiin to place nt coii monueiiiont., oon
tiiini �� 020 , aori'U iiuiio or low.
Scribod on post J IVu H. K. ooi u jr,
Jamiw HiunmiAW,
llniiCUrk.aBen1''
natal DiMiabor lOtli, 1010.
RUPERT LAND DISTRICT
Dietrict of Rupert
TAKE notice thnt Richmond
Charles ]iUn of Vancouver, D. C,
Broker intends to npply for per'
mission to purchnro the following
described Innde:���Commencing ,nt
a post plmited nt i post batweon
ficcti-m 18k, Township 0, and Section 13, Township 20, thence woet 40
chninc, thonco pouth 40 chninn,
tht nco went 40 clininu, thence iouth
80 ohninp; thenco enst 40 chains,
thfrico north 40 chainp, thencp cnfl
40 chainp, thenco north 80 ohnins to
pmcoof commentomont, containing
640 ncrcu moro or \m,
Scribod or. pont RCB'h N-Kcor,
lllCUMOND CllAltl.r��  HlfH,
Dan Clark, ngnnt*"'
Datod DpconiboriO.li,. 1910.
������WriPRUT LAND   DISTHICT
Dip'net of  Uuqfrt
TAKE iiolcc Ihat D.lla RronkP.
ol   Vtinci.uvcr.    H.    C,   Varrhd
ItUriJirC LAND DISTHICT
DiatHot of Hnpurt,
TAKK NOTIOK  Hint Kdwud Dike,
nt lHi��linrotoB, NY. coachman,Intoi.dH lo
apply for r��riBinolon to purohaio tho following det'orlbod Inniln!���CoinmonulnnK fit
.i p'tt plauted ti  milui    west   ot    llio
uouth oimt corner of Motion 24, To vuhIiSi-
10, thonco weit 80 aliniim, thenco   south
KOclnini, thitnoooint BO ohaina, tr-iuco
north 80 olm'.iiH to plaoo of oonnnoiiaimunt,
tonti hi in b (ill) aoron, moro or hut,
S'it Ibcd on nout ED> N.K, corner.
IsmvAiin Dvkh,
.JHtt Oimi��, .'nu..1..
Ttiitrd 3>tp!tilif.r 10th, V,U0.
RUPERT LAND DISTRICT- ""
District of Hupert
TAKE noiico that Marguerite
Leitch nf Vnncouvi?i, B.C., occu*
piitioii Siilrnlady, intends to apply
for permiusion to purohaho tho following described lmidp: -
' Commencing nt a pout planleil
at the north tapt corner of Sec ion
34, Township 20, tlienwi west 80
chain", thonco I'outh 80 chninp,
thonco onei 80 chain", thenco north
80chnina to plnco of conimoncft-
mont, containing 040 ;.cro��, moro
or loss.
Scribod on po;-/, WI.\,Jh N. E cor,
MaBOIIMIITB l.KlTflft      *     ���
Dan. Clark, Agent,
Dated Docembpr lflth, lVMO.   '
mmm ��������������� wi ����������*.^fm.mm-^ff*>*-m
RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT
l.%lrict of Rupert
TAKE notice that Wna JVhcr
Spencor of Alumorla, Ciil., inuirkd
woman, inlondu io apply for ���pftr��
minion lo pnrt*haro tin- following
dchcrihcd lands:���
Commencing nt a post p'nnli'd
at tho Booth west cornor if ftnrtion
2 Township 21, thor.co '��n��t 80
chnliip, thencfi" north 80 .chnir.i'.
thonco wwi 80 ohainH, thoncolOtitt
80 chaitiH lo pliico of oornnior.ci';
mont, containing (HO nercmnoro oi.
Iobb.
Scribod on popt E.F.F.V S W.cor,
Kdna Fifiiucn "Hi^'Nckh
Dnn CJnrk, Agent.
Datod December lflth, 1010.
... ���.    _     ^ ���,      n        woman, in ond* lo npp'y f-r per'.
Wolllnatoii Colllory Co,y. L:!���,h;, ,f, .,���rf.t,��.n ,|n fnllnwini.
rim riaroplili
8unso��Tnw for the news
ONLYONBDOLUUAYKAll.
NOTK3B.
Hiding on locomotivoB nnd   rail
way caw of tho  Union  Colliery
Company hy any   poiyou   .��r   pa-
ioiiB���except tain crew���ioutrictly
proh��l'tcd.    Employcoii   rw  wh-
ice toc-ismiPHiil for allowing Ham-
By ordor
\\\ L.  COULSON,
General Manager.
docrlbed Inmlp:-Commencing at
popt phtntitl at tbo norlhwoBt tor
n'crof Section 30, Towiiph'p 0.
thenco onM 80 chainp, thonco poulb
80chn'iip, Uo* co wrpt Ml i-lmiliP,
thtfiico north 8'i chniiip lo 11 ico of
cam neiu't**inint contui iit? '��^;
aorip moio or Iip*
| Scribed on Pol D I.'- N. W  inr.
Dr.l.l.A iHtoOK:',
Dan Clark, Agoiil.
p.iicd Doctwkr J7ih, 1010.
I   ptucliaio tho   following clccrlbud
\   Inndp: ���
i
RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT
Diptrict of Hupert.
TAKE no'.ic that lTatdfoAthby
of Vanoouvor, 11,0 , marritd woman
intrndrt (o npplv for ni*rmi��pion  to
gat a   popi, pi an led
enp' conu'r of Section
HIGHGRADE,STOVBKlfcll,J
}Anit all KITCHEN.:UTEN8ILS>   ��, T'.wnPhip 21,  thi'liro  |-o��*lh    80
��� .���  |   chair.P,   thenre   wr* '    80 ohainp,
Sportsmens Goods j !��
mul
tor.oeo  pouth W<�� v 1 . i*.   iih'w*-*>
i 80 chnin**   i.
iin-1'ociiiO'i?, conin'M '
mon* nr It;,
Peril wi on p*-',;i. ll \.f ���'��� i:
\_      JlAlM'.K  AftUiV
_.     -_ mf Dau Cbtrk, Acent.
^y^^.^*^ D   ^ Ym.m\mt iGlh, 1010.
General Hardware
f.i. ^_**eii^f*m>*^mtmm-s*mf*i^  w^^w^w'wuNtf'ty ,^.rt 11 >0;i|'������ ^ iwiuwiww^i!^^^ iiWMyu������������MUMwiffL**i-iiM-(i ���������tjftw'i'-ff ji^i-ifrw^wt*^  ,��������� .yy;:n^ >\-y.: Pi"^7l?$$^K^^  1 i ���������     "       ���������*\ i v* **   ''.**    ���������. "i ,'r   -.* f*   ; , *���������'��������� .*o *w ^-*���������;>?> i%\>'-T~-\   ��������� y. Tt* ,(���������''���������'. *- 'X^v,'  I ..        ' '.I.*"       .'..     -        P ��������� *\. ,-.   "       ��������� -        ������\.<-* ' .        ><   1' W  ,1   ,-    ,*��������� lt.        ,o.v.  - 'l'.,' f  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, E. C  SUFFERERS   FROM   PILES!  HIS LITTLE EiP������RI.Y.E'*T. i':  Zam-Buk Has Cured These  The Amateur, Hypnotist  Hid a Very  J.      7~       ,i, ;.i   ���������ri,i������! Clever Subieit.  Pik'timi   mi   ib:- -henior.hoi'l   veins  ���������,t aw iwillr-n, InlloniPd n������J ROifei'dl        Now.   Maud,      s-ii.l   hlwir.    ������it*i  ith blood, is whut cmii.*������.- tli'* lonttilo I n cmin 'uvnt  <;inU-.     I, nm  read}  '   hiii.U'tlns;   of i :n:il*.*   tlmt   litth*' i*.*:p'*ntii"iit  ���������dii und siinsinj. ana  lie.*-. Zuir.-liiik apidird ;*t iilsht *���������������������������  o found lo i*lvi* ousv������ li;*f!iii* inoinuiR.  liousands of peisous have piovi-d  sir-. \Vl*y nnt Ik* glided liy the i*x  Nilotic.: (>'.' i tlu'i's'.'  Mr. Thomas IVnrsun, of l'slnee Al  ���������vt, Saj*k.. wiitcs: "I muM tlwiuU jou  ir tlie beiioW 1 have rfv. ived from  ��������� m-liuk. l-ast summer I s,ul'fereil  .e.r,lv from Hli**!* I stiiiled io u*<o  uii-1-ink and found it -save ino relief,  o I continued It. and aftfi- using three  ,��������� four iioxes I am pleused to any it  ���������is eflVciod ii complete enrc."  Mr. (J. A. Dufrpsne. IS'.-lSfi St. Jos-  ph   Street.   St.   Koeho.   Que,   P.   (..,  ilU's:    "I  enn    liii-lily    loeuinnicnd  .lm-Huk io any one ���������aIio suffers from!  lleh".  Mapistrati* Sanl'onl. of Weston.  Uiih*k Co.. N.S.. suys: "I buffeted Ioiik  row itelilnj; |dl������s hut '/.iiin-Huk has  io\v cured an1.'  Mr. Willium Kenty, of L'pper Nine  Mile Hlver, Hunts Co., N.S.. says: "I  ���������uftPi-i'd tunlbly from piles, the pul:i  :i Union boms almost unbearable. 1  vied various ointments, but anything  tiicd fnileil to do me the slightest  ood. I Wiiiv tired of tr.ini. vaiious  oniedies, when I heard of Zum-lluk.  ���������ml thought as u last resoureo 1 would  ive tlii.-. balm a trial. After a very  ���������hort tlmo /.am-UuU effected a corn-  lot p cure."  Zam-Iiuk la- nlso a sure euro for  kin' Injuries and dii>eiis'*s ec/.ema,  leers, vai loose veins, e.uls. burns,  irulscs. chaps, cold sores, etc. SOc.  -ox ii 11 dniRgifitM and stores, or post  '������������������ci* from Zani-Biik Co., Toronto, for  '���������Ice.   Refuse harmful imitations.  Try Zaui-l!tik soap, LT.e. tablet.  Diplomacy  "Just one word of ud\ice. son, bene you ro out Into the world."  "Yes. dad.'  "Always bo kind to democrats. They  ���������}���������"<- their turn once in a while."  ti  I arn  fun* 1 enn Lriiii.* ycu und'r Jhe hyp'  note inihieno.* ii yv>u will Hfoveuil  to ii*.-i-t. Jo-i put v������*ii** mind iu ���������>  Ijusn'.vi- ooiKlit'Nii, Tiy to tliink :>l  uotli'uj at all. 1'ix your * ye on thai  IL'lit inw iitul don't fn!'!_**I to keep  vour mind a hluiik. 1 will coiiiii  si������*tv s'*eond*������ liy tny watch."  Thfl mil'followed diriM'tion? l'.terai-  iy. .Miy< The London Tit-UiU. In  iweiity lecoiidsi her uyes blinked; Hi  forlv tli'*v elos. d. ' .  "Ah. 1 knew 1 would -ueeoed! ex  eln'med Kd^'ur. hijihly elut.-d. /'Now.  Maud, I CDrnintind yon to tell nu*  tin* Meoict.* of vmii ln'iirt. Whom do  yon love? Tell' me, 1 eomninnd you."  A iiionr'ntiiry expression ot resist  aiice cro.-sul the pirl".-* fuee; toon she  ���������-poke in n niotP'tuiie:  "I love Kilirnr I'Opliiini, and ���������  .   "Ves   yes!" c*i*d Ivlgiu*. trembling  with del'.uiit.   "lio o.ii.   Tell me all  the M-criMs of vniir heart."  "I love Kd-,'ur I'ophum," continued  the t;irl in the samo torn?, "und 1  would love him more if he were not  Ao s-tinpy. I want to go to tho. theatre twee a week, and he takes me  only once in three month'. I wnnt  diamond niiRs. and ho gives nu-  rings with cheap stono* m thein.  When 1 go out with him and -get  hungry   he   never  thinks  of  oysters.  When   I"���������  "Hnom/h!" eric-d the young man,  "Awake!   T command you."  And he Hed without waiting to we  the result of hi*, command. ' ���������  Aa tho front door slummed the  .young, giil opened her -eyes, smiled  '&weeUv and sa'd:  . "1 hope I did not spring too much  on' him nt once. Perhaps 1 should  have let the diamond rings and the  ovitcrs go tilt another time."   ���������>   ���������  .i-  _v .The,W,oi;th of Health... ._ - ., '  > 'l4Vvrniin'!s*l)es't*affset''rsv'lil^,healtli'j' for-  without health lie is capable of very  little usefulnoHs, and of luactically no  enjoyment.    In order to "achieve the  highest'oiie'iq eapti'cble'ofv.aiid to'got-  tlie most out of lire,-'one'must be physically sound, ,so tint, greatest usefulness arid' highest,  enjoyment    have-  health' as'an asset.'" '. '*-      '���������'     ��������� ��������� ���������  The nation is an "aggregation or individuals, and its greatest asset lstho  combined   assets  of its  citizens',  bo  that the greatest pnrt-of a nation's  wealth, consists of. the health of .its.  people.    How largo a contributor .to  national  wealth is .public  health,  ia  shown  by. tlie conclusion  arrived-at  hy Dr.. Wile.,-an .mUliority* on public  hygiene in the T'nlted StatoR.  The data Trom which Dr. Wiley  worked out' his conclusion are .well  known���������the census, rdviug tho number of producers 1n the country, and  the economic tnine of a working ihun'u  life, or of his physical efficiency, which  courts often have to fix ln notions for  jdatnaKPR becauso *of loss of llfo. or  dlsublln-t accident. ���������   '  Those, are the- faclois which pro-  ���������dime Dr. Wiley's estimate of the value  of the health of the people of th) United States which ls placed at tho almost- Incomprehensible sum of five  hundred and forty billions of dollars.  Public, health ls therefore, one ot  the great national resources that must  be conserved If the production of  wealth and- developmen; are. to continue as' they should.  The big Dominion.has room for millions .of people,-but the kind It roi-ulren  ls people as sound In body as lu  mind, It Is pooplo.before all things  ?ltfe~bofori* lands and forests, mines  and'fisheries���������that'make a nation.  TRY m\m EYE REKEDV  For Uti, Wuk, Weuy, Watwy Ey w aa*J 1  GRANULATED EYELIDS 1  Murine Doesn't Smarfc-Sootheu Ey������ Pate  Oraifills 8*0 Marti* Era Kns������3r. mHati, Ue. 51c tt.M  Murine. Ey* S������It������, in Ateptio Tubas, 2k, $1 At  CYC BOOKS AND ADVICE FRKB BT MAU  MurinttE_r������RemedyCo.tChlaMn  An Honest Confession  The  Fiiend���������Well, T  see you  have  .���������our si^n out.   Getting-any practice?  Young Doctor���������Yes, a little.   There  ;ocs'one'of my  funerals now.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  A Kansas woman announces that  she wants a husband that is "a tower  of strength, energetic and. generous,  very loving, very tender, very., kind  and- courteous ��������� always." We suspect  that she ls too late, that he is already  married. ��������� ,  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  that Contain Mercury,  __������_ni!>ri:iirv :wlH_siirtly__JcBtroy_1ho__J_i.s_ ot jw������_  uid   completely   rteraiiBc' tin*   whole  system   whai  ���������nfrini;   It   lliroiKk   tlio   mupflus   mirlaces.     Sucl  ���������rtU* *i =houU  never be  used  except on  ureserlD-  .lo*ii������  roni iei)\ilal)lfi phyilelans, as the dam&ge thoj  vlll ilo Is te.i told to the noort you can possibly delve Irom them.   Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured  iy P. J. Cheney A Co,. Toledo, O., rontalnfl no mcr-  ���������.iry. and li take-i  liternally. actlnn directly upon  lie- blood ,vid-mucous surfaces of the t>y������lriv*.   In  mvlas   Hall's Catarrli  Cure  be  sure you get   tht  e.-iune. ��������� It Is lakcu li*ti>rnaily and made io Toledo  Jlil.j. by K .1, Cheney A Co.  'I'pfl'.lnionlala Jrec  Sold bv Driietlits.   Price, 75c. per bottle.  T������Ur ll-ill's 1'amlly Tills toi* eonstlpatloa.^  French  Collector's  Luck.  Al. Pierre Dccourcelle is a luclty col-  lector, af* well a������ dramatist.  He must  have made a fortune with dozens^jf  popular  novel* aud  plays like "Tho  Two Little Vagabonds*.,"- and he hiu  ju<t netted an extra 44,000 pounds m  the auution room.   For some years he  had collected engiavings and drawings  of the eighteenth century.    He pa*.d  in all about 16,000 pounds for the collection, and it,has just*'fetched oyer  31,000 poundi.   As an example, three  panels,    by   -Fragonard,    which    ho  bought  for 240 pounds, brought him  1,000 pounds.   A bust of Jean Jacq*uef*  Rosseau. bv Haudon. which cost, him  40 pounds." Je.tched  1,000 pounds..   A  drawing  i������   ^d   chalk. by.Pepicie,  which was sent up to 172 pounds at  the Deccuroelle sale, had been bought  by him only a month before, for les-*  -ihaa-13 -pounds. _s In:spit_e_ o_H_h.e_h and^  -.omeness of the investments; lie sheds  i tear over having  parted  with thn  ���������ollection ,and bas already begun get-,  ting another togethar.   "A born col-  .ector dies a collector," is hiri motto.  ���������London Telegraph.     ;    -,  The transition from winter's cold to  summer's heat frequently puts a strain  upon the system that produces Internal, complications, always painful  and often sellout*. . A common form of  disorder is dysentery, to which many  ire,prone ln the spring and summer.  The very best medicine to use in subduing this painful ailment Is Dr. J. D.  KelloffK's Dysentery Cordial. It is a  standard remedy, sold everywhere.  How a woman's nose turns up when  a man says he knows .women. As  though women are a problem. They  are not. Men know womeu and women know men, although we continue  the foolish practice of" trying to deceive each  other. ",  Tlieli molti'iifi season is a.t hund and  lio'e wlnvii'. and oats, as well tit> lln-  ���������ei-d meal should be fed. Sunflower  ���������������������������pd Is also a valuable addition to tlio  'dll of fare at this time, Molting  ;ow s .need (liis nltrogf.iiPoiiH food, as  hey iwb under a (.rent strain in grow-  nj,  tlie'r'new crop of feathers,  vllnard's Llnhr.ent Relieves Neuralgia.  There ls no hod-eiirrjiiu; In Japan.  The native builders have a method of  runsportlTiB  mortar  whloh  makes  it  ������������������ecni  more  lilte  play  than  work���������to  lie  onlooker.    The mortar is  mixed  "i a pile on tho street.   One man nmk-  ���������*  tills  up Into bails of    about    (ill)  veih'ht, which  he losses to    a    mun  vho stands on  u  hidilei  midway be-  ��������� wool) the roof and the ground.   This  mm deftly catches the hull, and then  tosses U up'to u man who stands on  the  roof.  Why suffer "from corns, when "they  can be painlessly rooted out. by using  Hollo-way's ifJorn Cup'e?      1"____  A Distinction  "Do e.lgnroues annoy you, MIhh  Keun?"  "[Is the foliowb that smoke them  that I can't' stand for."  Shilohm Gum  ���������iililly ������ti������t������������ couiHin. curni citldit. Iir������l*j  Iii   lliniol oinl lii-itl*"      '���������      "      ISft conls.  IUST KM lit ALT 11 TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mini, Wi,%nr,ou"H Hootiiino Kvtiuc lint t*������-������-i������  icnl u.r iiv.-r SIXTV VI'AKS liy MILLIONS o!  .Itirill'.KS   for   lltcli   CIIII.IUUvN    Willi.r.  .'itK'niiNO. wnu I'l'.ni'ica' sri:ci',ss,   it  ������niirill*;S III.* OIIII.U, KOI'THNS tin* I'.I'MS,  M,l,*\Vrt(ill CAIN ; CUUKSU'I.N'IiCOI.K:. nml  f (In* lifl ri-tiinlv for IMAItUIKIiA. It iH ttli  ���������iilulflv tiariiilcirt."*lie mirr hikI iihU for "Mm,  Wuiii'.iiw's rtmitliiiiR Kvrui������." mul tal.������ no.ollici  Uiml.   "iVciily-livBccijUu Uitlle.  *'������'  Clear Brain  Mid good --pirlU como naturally  ihi'ii ilie stomneli is up io ih  vork, ilio Jivov mul bowels aclivu  and llioliliinil pure Holler gondii ions nlwtiyrt follow lhe use o  ta  am/aagmj.   ^a^M u^^k   _*g_^_m    _^    tgt     JM|      _K_m   _\%M *a^_ajam%  PILLS  t .\i Ritn^tn:*. w *"*-e* '-'-  Kipling's Quesr Behaviour.  At a tea tlie other day a woman  heard the following remarks made  lbout her favorite author. She turned to listen, amazed by the eccentricities oi conduct, narrated.  "Ye-<, you know," tho hostess was  saying, ''Kipling camo in and behav-  jd so 'strangely ! At luncheon ho suddenly f-pranu -up and wouldn't let the  waitress come near the table. Kvery  tinis that she tried to come near he  would jump at her. He mndo a dive  for tho cnke thut, was on the lo\\*_r  sholf of the, sideboard and took it  into th������ parlor to eat it. He got the  crumbs all over tho sofa and the beautiful run, ��������� When lie hud finished hi*i  cake ho simply sut nnd glared at us."  Tho viiitor finally could not control  herself and asked, "Kxcuao mo, but  are you speakinf* of Mr. l������udyard  Kipling?" ,   ,  'Wr. Hudyard Kipling?" echoed tho  hostess, "Oh, uni Kipling U our don."  -  Knew His Blbln.  -Toniim* wus a venturesome'liul, but  'nobody 'luul ever credited him with  sufficient counnje to niiakn his head In  ���������aontriidictiiii'i whon the Sunday school  visitor, who wished, to show off his  Iiiiowledsu of Hiblicul history, nssei'tod  '.hnt Sarah, Abraham's wife, was tho  inly wain an whoso w\ was recorded.  ,n the Bible, Seeing thu disapproving  motion of the, little hoiid in tho front  row. tho visitor reiterated; .  "Sni'uh was the only woman whoso  vt'ii is recorded in Uie iiiblo."  Then Tommy spolo."right up:  !    "There, are three more that 1 know  ���������-{.'"'''snid'ho, "������������������ ' *  "Whop" linked tho uitonialicil vis!-  tor.  "Mother, xruiidiiiother and Aunt  l.ueJV' Kiiid 'ro'iiimy'. '  Too   V/eiRhty.  ,  "It   H':eilH   to   llio,"   AU Ul   l)ulor*bjr,'  "that v.i* are knuckiiitf nearly nl] tho  romnnt'i-* und imii^inutiosi out. of life  when we eoiiiiriei'eifilli'.u iharriaije, for  Unit's ahout whut we aro'doliitj. I like,,  the g.iixl old way of oourtiiii,',. the way  thnt we.* Ihe idnsiy tiling when knlKliti  were bold. 1 liko tho idea of ���������rullop-.  iiiK ui.'i'os.*' the drawbrhlj**"' nml ."iiyton-  in*,; up tie* girl of mv lie.'irt and put-  tint* hor on the middle hofnro ino and  jalTopii'.g away like mad, Wouldn't tliat, suit yoiiP"  "Nu, it wouldn't,',' replied tho oth,i  ed infiti "Tlie <_irl of mv lieai'l woiuliii1  'Mt .poumU,"  HI*  Treat.    *"  Sindy h������'l ju** iii"t his ti'il al the  end ot the street where slie was wait*  ini������ for hi in.   Hhe was looking into n  fiitifi'i'li-iner'n    vtindo'.v    whi*u    S.-itidv  inade lu- pref'-nee kmnui hy remaiK-  inf.: ,  "Wee], .lame, what are.ye Raiin tu  have tiie niehtf"  Bh". inl Inclined lo u.^k too much,  rejili'-.l;  "Oh, I'll junt talc wlial you'll Ink,  ; A Puzzla  Small -Giil (entertaining her mother's caller)���������How Is your lltle  girl?  Caller.���������I am sorry to say, my dear  that I haven't any little girl.  Small Girl (after a painful pause  in converbatioii)���������How- Is your little  boy?  Caller���������My dear I haven't any little  boy, either.  Girl���������What are yours?  ��������� The PI antic Lamp Company, Dep  125, Winnipeg,  Canada,    are    givliif;  away absolutely FREE, one ^  ALADDIN MANTLE LAMP  ln each community ,to,introduce this  wonderful lamp.. It burns coal I'oll,  and- ls-revolutloiiis-hig-lIghting-eYerj--  where; is "odorless, sale, economical;  needed in every home. Don't fall, to  send  them 'your name  and address.  Trial Is Inexpensive.���������To those "who  Riiffer from . dyspepsia, indigestion,  rheumatism, or any ailment arlslna  from.tho derangement of the digestive  system, a trial of Purmelee's Vegetable Pills is recommended, should the  sufferer be unacquainted with thorn,  lhe trial will inexpensive and the result will be another customer for thl-s  excellent medicine. So effective Is  tholr action that many cures can certainly be traced to their uso where  other pills have proved .Ineffective.  .Belgium established its first-.trade  school 25 years ago; now almost*-ev-  ftry trade provides for thoroughly  t.iaining young artisans.   '  -AGENTS WANTED  These Increasing prices of foods re-*; Canvassing agents wanted, for all  call a remarkable attempt," ��������� made in i points In Canada for The Coles AU  England thirty-five years ago,* to sup-]Metal Weather Strip for Doors, The  ply the poor ,w,ith' tea at coat'prices'only Strip which' does the work. Sells'  and in qiuiutitips small -enough to j on. sight. Ornament *to any door. In-  luoct the convenlcncel-of tho shortest';destructible. Saves Its coat many  purse.    The attempt was rcmiultijWle [ times annually. * Adds to home com-  !������ec-:inse-oL,Hle,m'4nl\vh(J'_niadeL_irL.Ioi,_!.fqrt Exclusive.. tf_^ri_tory_._JAy������__Kie_B__  lie was John Riiskln,* the'great critic-] average from".$4 to $0 "dally. For  and phllosphej*. '.'In 187.1, Raskin op-1 particulars write to Coles, 68 Lombard  ened a shop in Paddington street. Not-'St., Toronto.   ',       ' '"'      ,'  /���������  ���������..'  ting lllll, London', in order as he an-j    nounced,   "to  supply   the  poor   with ;    The endowments of the mind "form .  A Forecast  She���������1 Ihlnk Its going lo turn cooler  dear.  He���������Yes; I think it is.  Probably Needed  "And ono other thing *I want you  tc remember when you build the house  Is to put ono of, the finest, dunlin,  stops on it thnt money can build."  "An elastic stop, mndani?"  "Ves, 1 was rondln' how Miss Dlue-  hud had n fine clastic step, nn' 1 wim I  ono just like It, or 'better."'  ,  Decided  . Knickoi',���������Yes, my.dour,.I shall bo  ghid to go with you; I long to boo llro  beauties of tho .country.  Mrs-. Knlcker���������Wowlll Hlny ln town.  pure ten In packets as "small as they j the only  Illustrious  and lasting  chose to buy,, without making a" profit'session.^  on the .subdivision, larger* orders be-S  ������������������������  lng, of course'1, equally acceptable from \  my body who cares to promote honest j  po������-  ... ���������,.,:.        -���������,-,r*xl-, l'; fl  iyy.i.  BLACK  KNIGHT  STOVft  [OUU  ShlnM SIavm So  ', Tbey Stay Sbhied'  "mack Knight" in n joy to  every woman who tuke-i pride in  lier home.  It  riuil'lt'i  her' lo  have  the  'Uh, then, we'll Li.r.th tak tx null;,''  ���������ai  .i fi  'in  h  .1 h  Vary Coneideiate.  ";i't i!ii.:k ,,f 1-;  :is:  Mr-*.  ���������iy he  err  W. N. U. No. brfU.  "Y-.u v,.-.ti!  l*'l'iM(.r.'it  hear tn*- [f'Tivj- you  'iiml hi r l.:iri,."  "i'--tf.fti)y i-. *.'��������� lej.li'd'Mr., -S.-.mey.  tlort'y. "I'm lao kind hvartcd."  TEETHING-TIME WORRY  Baby's teething lime was onoo a  sQiirce of worry to nil "mothers���������it is  yet ji time of worry to many, though  there are thousands of mothers who  havo learned the seciet which banishes the worry, who see. tholr little  ones suffeilng from difficult teething;  who are worn out hy tiny nud kept  awake hy night by the cries of the  baby ln distress, should follow the  example of the thousands and give  their little ones Baby's Own Tablets���������  tho remedy for worry���������the never failing hunlflher of baby's pains. Concerning them Mrs. It. M,onelte, ,lr���������  llupldo do l'Oilgnal, Que, says:��������� "My  bnby cried day and nlghl iind suffered from his teeth, A few dosrH of  Baby's Own Tablets made him.healthy  nud happy nntl his teething easy and  painless, 1 would not he without  them." The Tablet*- nro sold by mod-  Icino dealers of by moll ut* 25 cents a  hot from The "Dr. Williams' Medicine*  Co., Brockville, Otil.  The Training of Children.  Ono cannot begin tho" training of  children In pood htihlls too soon; It  is ii mistake to siiy, "Tlio child Is too  voiing,- I will eon-eel hint, when Up Ih  older." U will give parent .vnd child  moro'troubio for tho habit will huve  formed, nnd though it is novor too  hvlo to form good habltii, or alas, lo  contract hnd ones, tho nt ton Hon nml  volition that ought to ho given to  othor thinjiH hits to bo used to ovoiv  lumio thnt whloh iniRlit lmvo hoon  done. nncoiwctoiwly nlmoHt while tho  child was very yomiK. A child shown  Hlgiifi of heliiK very piiHHloiiiitir, ovory  lime you boo storm tdgiinlw, ehniige  tho current of Uh thought*; do not  glvo It whnt Hln cryltiR for, If you  huvo dolormlnod not to, that will on y  Bii'engthon tho laid habit. As tho child  grown older you will find good temper  hue become n habit, and P������������rliijjw. ro-  meinhorlng your own stormy childhood  and the misery it caused you ana  others to euro your passionate temper,  yon tool thankful Indeed to think how  much your child hns boon spnroil.  'The Cnnntlbr* RorkUB,"  Albert flroll, the noted New Vork  londscupo iirttHt, likes tho Citnndlun  Ilocky Moimtnliis. Mr. t.roll liu-i iipem  HOiiornl weeks in the .Hodden gkololi-  lng scones along tho linos ofthe Can-  mliiin l'ncim- i'*"������'"<**.��������� ��������� ���������*'"*���������* ���������������������������- ������-v '���������'������������������  tlimdastlc over the heatily of the  Moiintulnn. Stopping over nl Duluth  on his way hack to Broadway. Mr.  (Ji'oll was Inter\ lowed by u paper of  that city. .���������,,���������������������  "It Is u beaullful country,' mild Mr.  rindl,   "and   then*  are  boiitiillonsi  op-  portnnttles for the photographer, nml j  the artist to get. Into clone touch with i  Nature, liven it tin* nitiii iw^or I'MVc.-- j  tho linos ot the li.P.It.    I hero   ly  plenty of magnificent scenery to sal- > g  !?fy even lhe mont ardent seeker of, ^f  beauty." t   .      ,     t "J  Mr. Oioll niedlcled a hlg Inroua of*  (American Untilst** into the C;������iiadl,in'  ��������� HuvkU** iii**i yi**r* * '  dealing."   The shop did not attract  Knskln  complained that  "the poor i  only liko to, buy their tea where it is ���������  brilliantly lighted and eloquently tick- j  cted;   and  as I resolutely refuse to  compete with my qelghhoring trades-  men either in gas or rhetoilc,. tho patient subdivision of my parcels passes'  little recognized as an advantage by  my iiiicnleulatlng' public." ��������� Thp Hhop  sgon  closed   down,  and  the  grocery  trade lost the moot distinguished representative It is ever likely to posses').  *J^  ���������. *     ,'f.V1,  '      '-'������  A Well Knowtt'fUun  iV  *������-.  The next time you feel that.swallowing sensation gargle riainlliis Wizard Oil Immediately with threo parts  water. It will bhvo you days nndpor-  hups'weeks of misery from sore thront.  nlmenl Co.. Ll^ted^. ;  i.~I' ciiii recoihmc'nd' y^oj  Mlnard's Llnlnien  Dear Sirs.���������I'diii recommend'>wu  MINAHD'R   LINlMKNT  foV "ItUoinrtis??  tlsm and Sprains, as I linye..j|ipSj!.4t  for both with excelmij^yolif-  .iJi'S^jM  KRS.  St.'.folia  ,^''  A Good Suggestion  Tlie horse editor wus substituting  for the "Answers to orrespoudents"  oil 1 tor.  "How'll I.answer this," lie* demand-  oil. "(Jill wants to know how she can  Improve her complexion."  "Tell her lo send ynu a sample of  It," suggested tho snnko editor. ���������.*. * ���������  ln all your woi  workman; It Ib h  cont ive.  h^imtar  help and In-  These' Expansive Flights  "Thoy toll liio" Ihu*-.Uio avlnfor you  engaged wns a bird,"*  "We thought so nfier he dlsplnyodl  his bill."  Tho hearts of men are lheir hooks,  events arc their tnfov great notion*  aro their eloqueiue,  nr******:  discouraged  The e*preii������ion ocouri in nisny timet in letter* frog)  lick women,'!Iwsicompletely dliooiiMied." And thero  It ������lway������ flood reaion for the diicourijemerft. Yean of  pain and nifferlni. Dootor after doctor tried in v������in,  Mediclnei doing no UitlnJ |ood. It ii no wonder (list  the woman lech dliooura|cd.    ....       ,     . _.  Thouiandi ol thetie weak and ilok women have found *  health'sntrSoiira-ls regained ai the reiult ol tho uie di  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.  It eitablUhei regularity, heali Inflammation and ulcer**  lion, and curea weaknen.  IT MAKES WETtK WO MUX 9THOXU  nND Slffff WOMBN WELL,  Refute aubihtutea offered by umcrupuloui druftiitf  lor thii reliable remedy. ���������.    ,.  Slok women are invited to oorisult by letter, frit,   All correipondenoo.  ���������trlctly private and ncredly wuiHdentlnl.   Write without  fsar and without  ice to World'i Dlipemary, ft. V. Pleroe, M.'D., Prei't, Buffalo, N. Y.  Dr, Pi������rce*i l'leaiant -Pelleti regulate and Invigorate .itomacb, liver and  bovteli.   Su.ar-coated, ttiiy granulei, eaiy to take a������ cand-A __-  lif     tf-J  m*J ������  ������    Jt  ^^1^       ^&> mf    S^'^i*       w iA  nii'M/CAityrtinir/fj]  oiTer most of the S  %t\ifftm*mnfMi,beBt for tl18 **m  (L *f  mfft M    Jt  m*M\_t li____i *^_m_4*t *_a_M_af     *mmM_&i_t'     *_^^ *_m _m   tuff     '+^_f       *__    '.%%_*,-' _*_^_a  money  5  '.V Spcciul _ Browns' of ,Prc-  jiHi'ulioii   guti^Einlco'ft   l^ldy's  4**f *  Tnilot Pwpr]^ frgn from injur-  imiR chemiealfl of.anv kind.  "If you're W^fi'a Eddy'���������, you'rt  sure It'u rigHty "  *^ ,.-.,. y*   ' , Ona of tin si rrt������ ttta.r.mt.1  ^^ma.^-ammjmmgmam^^ . gM|A feiaiKUHHKA?E>  ^^CTSS ^^^f i!^W'jS8Bffi|g^_^JHiW^^__^_^^__L ^^^^    ^S^r mSSSQQmSL tB*      Nl^' fSBfflBK**^������il^^WWIrl^WHPI ^^Irr aSm"*^  .  i'i  '1  ^1  'T<1 ���������.->" ���������*,*��������������� "��������� ,'?;.������������������ v*' r V'V V*. -   ',?\-'*���������;-':'- ���������   ���������$ ��������� *��������� -.' '"A--: "**. "%��������� "**' ?'*,'>' -."it-. ".\   ��������� ,'���������-..'',: i'-T-r ���������'*,- '<'"-;. V.'-,-'* "-^.*'"  .yyi;:i\V^v;y^,y^>- ty-y^V.fi-V ^���������"���������^-v;s.\.-!';-,yS;   ,    ;' V\ n. *���������"..*������������������  V,r"'.' H'-A'.'r' '"'"'���������''   ;"   '���������'"'���������   *,V ������������������'"/_ V-   -'",'���������"'     -������������������'-- ' "v - '.i.;'. '.'   -,*   ������   "  ���������  i       -.      ��������� . .       -        j.f * ���������.  ���������  .    /  ;?>  h ���������  i. '- ,-.*''  'v&fi  THE -MEWS; CUMBEItLAND, B. a  f*$$<*^������4������W>������4*M  ITHEPHANTOM  PIRATE  o.  i >  i>  i >  I  >.  I  I  I  >  .1  >  I >  <>  A Harmless Mistake  By CLARISSA MACKIE  Copy right by American Praia Aaao- .  elation, 1911.'  < >���������  I  Abel Walk I ns sat out at tbe end of  the long pier fishing for mackerel.  Tho noon whistle from tho mill cut  the stillness, nnd Abel pulled in his  lines und bent to group Ids basket of  fish. lie listened do\Yn the pier toward  home. Then it wns Unit a voice .bulled  him from the nuchornge. .  ' "HI,'there, Abfir: ' "  ��������� Abel stopped and leaned over the,  rail. Standing in s small, clean out,  cabined motor launch wns a short,  stout man. red of face und bluo of eye  and very blenched tie lo hair nnd raus-  luehe. HIh vlsorcd cap had n nautical  tlit. nnd a single brass button dangled  from his bluo pilot coat.  ' "Come down here after dinuer If yon  haven't got anything else to do. I've  got a Job for you,"  ."What Is It?" asked Abel suspicious-  ly. He had been a victim of Myron  FladdVs enthusiast!! In the past, and be  resolved to proceed with caution.  J'Beon  rending the papers  lately-?"  demanded Mr. ,Fludd impatiently.  "Of course." ' "''.,'.  ���������   "Head about tbat feller flint's been"  .plnylngpirate.down in ihe East river?  ' I thought maybe you hnd. Well, there's  - a reward out for his capture���������$300.  ,. Want half of it?" '  .'    "I don't mind if 1 do.    You going  _   down after hlfiiV"  "1 don't have "to! He's hanging  nround tho harbor here," grinned Mr.  - Flndd, with sudden amiability.  "Here?" gasped Abel wildly/ "Wby,  hnve you secu him V"  The other nodded.  "1 wns coiHh-g Iu last uight Just at  dark. You know there'was a fog, nnd  I could ��������� scarcely see a boat's length  ���������ahead, when all of-a sudden 1 heard a  lu'ncb coming up astern.   Her engine  ��������� was muffled, nndif it hadn't been for  the faint''splt-splt; Of her exhaust she  might have passed me without roy  catching n glimpse of hor. She whizzed'  _^by. and-l-had-a-looUJat'-the ch������p_-ihat_  wus running her." Myron Fladd paused lo stuff a pinch of tobacco into bis  pipe.  Abel drew a deep breath. "What  waa he' like?" he asked Jn an awed  voice.'    ��������� ���������  . *  Myron -scratched a match on a barnacled tlmbeiV  "He hnd his back to  . me, ao I couldn't see nothing," be replied calmly.' ,  "I want t' know,", rasped Abel impatiently. "If you didn't seo bim  bow'd you know who ho was? Mebbe  It wns mo in my lii'ncli."  "Was it, you?" asked Mr. Tladd Inquisitively.  "1 wasn't "out yesterday" admitted  Abel sbeoplshly.  "I know It waa him. the plinntom  pirate, becnusethe description Ills the  hi'ncb that passed mo, and llio way  he como in wns sneaky-there wasn't  a sound, nnd be , didn't  even   look  around.   Ho mode light for the creek  that runs in nmong.tho cedars, becauso I followed lilm till- ho disappeared'there,   Today 1 strolled nround  'thero'on top of tbe bluff, and 1 could  see hlrn down thoro in tho crock." Mr.  Fladd paused dramatically.  "    "Well, what you going to do about  ���������   It?" demanded Abel,  "I'm going to keep wnlch of the  creek all tho uftornoon nnd evening,  nnd whon sho comes out I'll capture  her. I'll nood you. When can you  come down? Of courso you've hud  your dluuor."  Tho word "dlnnei'" gnlvnnlzed Abel  Into sudden recollection of tho meal  thnt was uwnltlng him nnd of the ac-  cumulated wrath of Dehorn It when he  '"' appeared lit Inst. "Gosh, I. haven't  bnd my dlnttor���������I forgot It," ho said  Jn an uneasy lono. .Hint then Iho 1  o'clock whlstlo shrilled over the wntor,  nml ho picked up his basket of tlsb  and hurried nWny.  "Come right Uncle ngnln," yelled Myron li'lndd,      i  "All right," refilled Abel, although be  know bo had promlBod Deborah to tnke  bcr rag bulls,oyer to tho carpet wearers that aftornoou.  Deborah Wutklna wn,s "on lior ear."  "Wont fast nsloop on tho pier, 1 suppose," she snld shnrply.  "I wasn't nulcop," protested Abel  hotly*. "I'vocaughtnincty-thre������young  mackerel for you to pickle, nnd-I've  got u chance to make n hundred nnd  llfty dollaifl!" ho willed triumphantly.  "Yoti'vo got n clntnco lo go without  your dinner]" mapped Dehorn li iih she  trumpet! into Miv uuit room uuu siatu*  iiit-H  lit.  mi,-'.ii:  Por ono Instant,Abel (mused; thon  without n word he turned ond left Hit  house, making his wny down to the  pier, where Myron l-'ludd'a launch still  lo.l.V.r.,1   m,...l������p������   ,������������.,   nlln.i Hr<-"������   "|.������1l  " '"    ' '      ���������- .*          ���������    "     '   "     *   ' " ���������   ��������� f   ���������    ���������  ���������  ���������d bim gladly,  "Good for you, Abcly, You made n  short Job of It. (Jet aboard now, and  we'll run down (lie east shorn nnd  anchor In the leo of that old wreck.  If we see tbat plrato coming out of the  creek wo can run out and capture htm  e������v as pie."  AUl lul Utmutrff down tlm muuv.'uj  to (lie float wbero the launch wna tied  and Joined Mr. Find! In tbe tiny cabin.   He looked hungrily nmuud.  "1 haven't {ind nny dinner," he aa-  W>������Bt*d woefully. "Detwrati waa co  all fir*tl mad bantoaa 1 v*a lata aim  ent out-the mllou*.'Winn you- got.  a board?"' .'*'..    .'  Without a, word Mr. Fludd-sct fpvtU_  'n pot of cold coffee, a can of pilot,  bread, somo rancid butter, a cold^boll-,  ed egg (ind- bulf a wince pie, audi- iq-  silence Abel Watkins . stowed away  the* victuals'. * By the time this ceremony was' concluded It. was "after, 2  O'clock,     ',*��������� -,/. '���������     ,.'"'. ;  'J'be wlud had changed to tbe soiith-  east, and the sky was overcast as they  shot "out' from under the shadow of"  -the long pier and headed across the  bay. It was threo miles to Cediir  creek, where the phantom pirate"1 was  supposodlo he In hiding. They made  the wreck near tho creek's mouth and.  made fust to her rotting Umbers. She  loomed blgriud blnck-above the natty  littlo Inuuch and afforded' a measure  of protection from observation. Abel  and Myron Fladd lounged In the cabin and took turns watching through  the dny portholes for some fclgu of  life uear'tlib mouth pf the creek.  Thero was nothing snve an occasional kingfisher to disturb Iho solitude.  Hour after -hour passed In tedious  waiting.'   -  ."Maybe ho went while you were  .across the buy," suggested Abel Watkins.  "There wasn't five minutes I didn't  bave   my   glasses   trained   on   that i  creek."   snld   Myron . sharply.    "Confound bim!   Why can't be come out?"  "Let's go sifter him." suggested  Abel. "We might ns well catch lilm  in there as to etiuso lilm nil around  Little River buy."  ��������� Myron Flndd agreed, afid just as the'  dny was fading they panted into Cediir  creek and made for Its upper reaches.  There, drawn on n littlo pebbly' beach  nnd hnlf hidden "in (lie tall salt grass,  wns a narrow, dark gray moiorbont  Lounging on (he dock wns a long limb  cd-young mnn. who .shot to his feet  as they approached.  "Well, what is it?" he nsked sharply  as Flndd's launch grouuded In lhe aofl  mud.  Myron Fladd stppped ��������� ashore and  crashed through the grass to the side  ^   - COAST DEFENSE.,   ��������� -  ���������   . ���������   / i.  Concrete - Porta and 11^ Quna. That;  Pretaot Our.te'a/Llnt.; *  The modern' -leacoasfcf fort' it a bat*,  tery 'Whose guns' ure protected ln front*  and:flank with e'normipus monoliths o������  concrete, covered, in the aides exposedJ  to' the' fire, w)tb juind enough to deflect projectileo before tbey reach tlie  concrete, says tlie* Engineering Majra-  r.lne, Deep down,in tbo Interior of.  these huge masses of stoue are placed  the magazines and operating rooms required for lhe service of the'batteries.  They nro simply caves in stone,- avtl;  ftcint, to be sure, but, as permanent as  .the everlasting hills.' It Is weird aud  uncanny.to reflect that lu one of those  caves, BClntillntlng wllh the highest  resources of science, meu stnud over  a drawing board on a table and practically see' mid plot on a chart every  movement and position of the ships of  a hostile fleet and flnsli forth to the  gunners In (he open such instructions  for pointing their gims ns enable tbeni  to mnke consecutive billlsoyes on a  target 0,000 yards away or from groups  of great twelve Inch rifled mortars to  make 47 por cont. Of 'bits, with flocks  of projectlles-on the deck of amoving  target anywhere within, range.  It Is ' vastly Important that, sucb  rooms he made ns coiufcj-Uiblo ns possible - for the strained human intellects .working out their, country's do-  fense within tlicm. But' lo' mnke tbem  comfortable is a difficult problem. ..in'  Iho "United Slates the first modern batteries * were completed miring au  exigency ennsed 'by tho wnr with  Spain. Hut since their completion  during Uie warm and humid, months  of summer t and early fall their gal-  .lerles, magazines and service',rooms  reek with moisture. Wnter stands In  great bends upon Iho walls and ceil-,'  ingo, from whicli it drips down to form  great pools upon (he floors, nud Ihey  are not ������:ife places for cither human  beluga, ammunition or material oflWar.  To remedy 41io evil many expedients  SCALES OF-THE EEL  of tho gray launch.   Ee drew a flborl' havo been  tried  and much valuable  barreled shotgun from underneath his  pilot coat, and.1 throwing bnck the lapel  of tho garment,, lie 'flushed n brief  glimpse of ,his .fireman's badge and  cried authoritatively:   .  "Hold up your hands, lu the name  of the law!" / /  ��������� The stranger threw up his hands  With que lie' caught the gun barrel  nnd twisted "ilie weapon out of MjTon's  hands; with' the other, he lifted-thai  stolit geritlemnn "to the deck of'the  craft by way of a strong grip inside  tho collar of his cont. With lightning  "like~fapid!ty ~he~snatch"ca~irp~~ir rope  nnd lied1 the. ambitious pirate hunter  with a dozen hard knots.  Then the stranger'leveled the shotgun at the Hhrlnklng form of Abel  Wnikius and beckoned with a loug and  crooked forefinger. "Conic hcroP*. he,  ordered unkindly. _\  Abol went and wns trussed quite as  neatly us his friend. Together they  watched the strnngo young mnn dive  erpericuce gained.'. But the problem.  Is beset with difficulty.  vThsy Ar* Very Mlnuta and .Reeemhle  - Harringbana'Briekwork.        . .  ���������' In -the ordinary, acceptation.-of -the  term the eel ie a scalelesn fish.- Bul  it is duo to the fact tbat its scales are  rery minute and Imbedded in the skin;  They form, as polutcd out by a cor*  respondent,' very, interesting and beautiful objects for Iho microscope.'. In  size the scales of tbe eel varyf rom one-  twentieth of an inch upward, according to the age of the fleh.   They are  ��������� formed of two layers of a clear, horny  substance, the upper of wblcb la  studded vltli crystale' of calcium oar-  bonate. These are ao transparent as  to look like eppty cells. 'J'ho scales  vary in -shape from a blunt to an  elongated oval and nre ao ine times almost kidney shaped.  ��������� This ls how ihe scales of the eel teli  Its nge. On each may bo observed at  Intervals several more^or less clearly  -marked linos pnrnUol to the margin.  Theso murk lines, of growth, one for  each year of the life of the flab. Three  y������.*������r������, nowevcr, must .be allowed for  the innermost ring, ns tho eel has no  'scales until the third year.   The scales  ��������� do not overlap to any extent and are  arranged in series of small groups at  "right angles to each other, so as to  resemble, what is known as' herring  hone brickwork.    Conger  eels,  how-  -.ever, are said to bave no scales.���������London Field.  FALLS  ONLY  TO  RISE.  #���������" ���������"��������� "������  An Exporimont Which Ghowa.n Gort of  Parpetual Motion Effect.  A novel experiment in  the'demon-'  stratlon of perpetual motion Is "to be  performed  simply. ' A  glass" beaker  about six' inches lilglrand four-Inches  In diameter  Is  filled  wltb  wnter-' to  the height of about four" nnd n hnlf  inehes.-iind-two .tnd-oiie-balf-to three^  ounces of commercial aniline are add-;  cd, which will sin): to the bottom, of  the vessel.       ,  .      ��������� ���������*  -The temperature of" the beaker and  Us .contents Is now raised to 170'oK  175 degrees Fahrenheit by menus of a  burner; when ll will be observed dbnt  the aniline will rise to the surface of  the,water, from which It will hung ln  a mass of. curved outline.* Almost im-  into tho cabin or his launch, come   mediately the suspended aniline com-  forth' with it suit ciibo nnd bbrug him* **������eiicoa to nllcr in. shape,- and-gradually n largo drop an Inch or more in  self Into a warm overcoat.  ."I'll borrow. your boat for nwbile,  and I'll loave mine for security. I  bad n bronkdown. confound III I'll  Bond eomebody uf tor ' you. ' Sorry 1  cun't tako you along, but I've got nn  lmportiuil engagement .with a lady,  ,By, by!" lie waved n mocking farewell ut his spiittt'i'lug captives, pushed Flndd's bout out of tho mud, leap*  ,cd nimbly aboard nfter his sole case  and was soon chugging quietly from  Bight In the gathering mist,  When all wns still uguln Myron  Flndd turned imenblly to his companion,  "Abol, did you recognlme Hint fellow? Seems llko i'vo seen him bu  fore."  "1 don't know. Looks like n clmp  thnt was boarding over to the hotel  lust summer, 1 took lilm out fishing  once, uud be grivo ino,$10. 1 heard  bo had Iota of money. J don't bolievo  It'a tho mime. -Whnt would ho bo doing nround hero this wny V"  "Ho's the pirate, all rlghl," uttered  Fladd gloomily. "Vet ho looks confoundedly like that chnp iiml- used to  como and seo my daughter Mabel Inst  summer. I told her I wouldn't' heur  of no eliy'-cbnpS for'aoiiHlivinw, and  so I glvo him to ���������undprmiind Ho was  mtnylug to the hotol too, lit* nnme  was Turner."  "What's li^ got In du with1 that  plinutotn pirate and $atK) roivnrdiV; de*  mnnilod Abel sourly, working at ble  bond*.  Th?!'*) was the sou ml of ours and  voices of meu, aiid iircmiutly a light  blurred through iho fog, nnd a boat  camo cautiously up tho creek, Five  mlnulcH nfterwnrd Ahnl Wuiklnn ami  Xlyroti Flndd wore free men, nnd rev-  oral of their neighbor** wore hrenkliig  tho news to Mr, Flndd Hint his diiugb  ter Mnhol Inid olopcd In n inolorhonl  with n young ninii of the nnmo or  Turner mul Unit MM. Flndd hnd snld  she wns glad of It If Mabel wit* happy.  Rom-ihodv hnd toleplmtii'd one of the  mon that Abel nnd Myron oore mn-  ruoued in Cedar, crctn,���������ncovie (linr  timely arrivnl.  It wna a tdloM parly thnt rowfd  across tho choppy buy In lhe Icnklug  flat bottom, bout.   Myron Flndd  ,,,mum...f,   6>.   ftj.i.-.  i,t   IViCh,,!   '.. ,/jv.   ...I.  newly acquired sonlu-lnw for hit  bar*4b ircuimi'iit, while Abel look con*  eolation In bin dlnuppofiiimeut and  fatigue !������/ recolleetlng that n frigbtfii*  ed Debornlt would gladly prepare n  bountiful meal when he returned to  lu*r.  AI last one of lhe men apoke; "I  ueo hy ihe paper that tliey fa light thai  thero plinntom pirate nway down by  Uaraegato light. Myron. I wouldn't  mind having tlmt three hundred reward, would your  f.nt Mjrta vS,] grunted IniuWy is  ������pfr,  diameter detnebes Itself from the  mnss nml falls through the wnler.  And now, the detached drop having  fallen to the bottom of the beaker,  comes tho surprising' part of llio experiment. Tho fallen drop Is seen  gradually to rise to the surface, where  It Joins the mnss from which It previously broko it wny. At once Hiiother  drop commences to form and,'having  become detached, falls nnd rise* in tlio  game manner ns tho previous drop.  So long ns the tern pern t uro of (he  wnler is mnlntnliiod nt 170 degrees  Fahrenheit or over this procedure con*  flnnes JtidelhilU'ly. ��������� Spokane Spoke*-  imiii-ltevlew.   *  BALKED THE BURGLAR.  .- -.       *. * ���������  It May or May Not Have Been a Lew  Down Game, but It Won.  The mnu with his coat collnr turned*  np and bis derby, pitched ,dpwn over  his eyes who was slouching nlong In  the shadow of the building suddenly  beckoned to the man on (he other side  of tho street. "Hcre'B an easy one,  Pete," he growled hoarsely.  "Where's no easy one?" snarled Petel  "This hero bouse. It's like1 taking  gum from a stenographer that's fain'  her balr. Some' chump bas gone' awny  an' left his latch key in- this doorl".  Pete look a swift look at,the bouse,  nnd began to bnck' up. "You cau go  to it," he said. ��������� "I, don't want to butt  In on It." '���������-/-.��������� -   ,������������������  "Are j'ouse nutty?'? ,���������  ��������� "Naw, I nln't nutty.   But de feller,  .wot lives dero IsVa'llow dowu- sneak  wldont no feelln' fer nobody, an' I don't-  wnnt not bin''ter do with 'liny No,-I  don't know' him/* buV I'm next'ter his"  :gnme. rBc sticks-that key in dere to  ielch suckers like you." Dcro's a wire'  on- dat-kcy-:an'4ain_iU!on -yolt-batiery-  nttached to dat wire'.   I wouldn't touch  It-If yer'd-gimme do First ��������� National  bunk.   But go ahead���������I'll be acrost de  street wafchln' wot happens."   -.' ������������������"''  Nothing.' happened.���������Olfvorrind  Tlaln'  Dealer.' " "'  Ancient Inkstanda.'      ^  An Jnkslnud tticfwns probably In  use'3,400"yours ngo is exhibited lira  Berlin  museum.- slt ls of Egyptian  make nnd Is supposed to belong to the  eighteenth; or nineteenth dynasty, or  somewhere about 1500 1). C��������� Ml though'  Jts real ugocan be Judged only approximately.* It ls mnde of wood and  has two compartments, an upper one  provided with two holes, one for black  nud ono for red -ink, nud a lower one  for holding rood pens.   The black and  | red ink nro certainties,' for somo still'  | remains, iu a dry condition, within the  i recopf acles.   Another, ancient inks!rind:  J 'Is supposed to have been intended for  ! tho .uso of n schoolboy.   It would cer-.  ' fainly hold Ink enough for; a. school-;:  j boy'o needs, for It has no fewer than  i four ink holes.   Roth inkstands were  I found at Vhcbes.-f riohdon Globe.  PERFECT  STEEL, BALLS.  THay Hava; .Never ~ Vat Bean Made,  ''.' ' Even in tha Labaratary.  ' ������/n* ������t the "needs, of: the 'day Is' a  perfectly spherical steel b.?'.\, and yet.  it has never been mndo even In the  laboratory, much less In the shop for  commercial uses. When we consider  tk'e Importance of ball bearings for automobiles, motorcycles and other machinery tbe imperfoct.Qns in steel balls  most appeal*to, all as ot \hej?reulest  moment. , Of course 'we ru'ako pr-cuy  good steel balls, which could not hure  bees manufactured a few years ago.  So far as the eye can dh-ccrn, they nre  perfectly spherical, too. nnd ordinary  measuring instruments will uot be able  to detect auy difference in them, but  nevertheless Ihey *nra uot perfectly  spherical.  A alcel boll for automobile, bearings  must be perfect wilbtu .0001 luch, nnd  they are made even more perfect Itiuu  Ibis, but mathematical perfection in-  this respect seems to bo almost' ns illusive aa squaring (lie circle or discovering tbe perpetual motion machine,  When the steel ball was ilrst used In  the bearings of bicycles It. was u very  imperfect sphere. It -was not called  upon to bent* any great load, aud tbe  velocity was not great. At the best  tbe load on It was not more than UOO  pounds, and at the rato of sixty miles  an hour the revolutions were not more  than 720 per miuute. Compare that  wllh the load and velocity of tho modern ball bearings of automobiles. Frequently the load approximates u thousand pounds and tho velocity Is anywhere from 800 to 1,200 revolutions.  The small steel balls must take the  maximum load of. tho car und pass It  bnfo others without binding or catching. A slight imperfection In any ono  ball would en use.'trouble. , In fact, It  ls Impossible to use balls with any appreciable variation in size from one  another, and the more nearly round  they are the better the results.  Steel balls nro not only made more  perfect in shape than ever beforo, but  tliey are harder nnd tougher. As  there ls a tendency to Cnke. only special steels con,be used In lheir manufacture, and these tough, bard steels  -are ell the more difficult to work with  to " secure, perfect ^ roundness. The  chrome steel, of which most balls for  bearings are made, Is one' of tho most  difllcult of steels to cut or shape, nnd  the work of'hnudllng It hns developed  special- tools und. machines made of  ��������� even harder material.  , While we have not yet made tbV  perfectly spherical'steel ball and per-  hapi may never succeed, the point of  perfection- reached���������is- tUtle^short- of-  wonderful. ,Tke., approximately per-,  feet steel bail is u matter of vital importance* wherever machines and machinery are made and used. The application of tbo ball bearing system  Is extended to new Hues of Industrial  use each - year, and builders of all  kinds of apparatus aro taking ndvnn-  tage. of tbe perfection reached by tho  manufacturers of these little epherea  of tough' steel,���������Harper's Weekly.  PILLAR OF THE CM.A.  "HARRY"SHERRARD HEADSTHI  MONTREAL GROUP.  New Ct'diiman of' Manufacturer*'In  - the Fit uncial Metropolis 1$ a Widely Popular Citizen With a Penchant  For L*le In tha Woode���������He la a  New Brunswick Man By Birth and  a Thorough Buiineis Man.  , Aid, J. 11. Shfrtard, who now leads  tho Montreal .Manufacturers Asfoou-  lion, has been 'a member of that organization for n number of years, anil  fo rthe past s-ix or >t*vcii years ha*i,  buMi on the executive hoard. He scrv-  I'd his turn ah vice-chairman, -������o thai  he comes honestly by hi? new honor'*.  The Sloniienl branch of the association ha.-, bren mnklng good progress  during ircent yours, and the appointment of Mr. Snerard lo its Qhanman-  rhip augurs wrl) for its future'.  Although. J ships Henry Shcvrard in  fri'i_ucntly called a bhienoso, he ie  only entitled to the term ai' loosely  applied to people Irom the Maritime  Provinces. Ho himself makes t-he  claim that it is only in contradistinction to owii'tr*, of the bibulous*, typ" oi  uofc thai lie can be described a* a  "blue" nose, inasmuch as lie' is not a  Nova Scotian, but a,New Hruimvicker  by birth, hailing from the town of  Shedinc, where ho was born In 1S06.  He started hi.������ biibinest* career in n  general store, carried on by O. il.  .Melanrjon. The owner of the --tore, if  he were in lhe Province of Quebec,  would be culled a French-Canadian.  Whether aMarititoc Province'French-  Canadian ia entitled to,be culled a  Frt'iieh'-Canadiau -or not is a point  hard to settle. Down East, they are  called Acadian French, this, somewhat  poetical term applying,to the descendants of old country Frenchmen who  settled in that section of the country  sonic generations ago. There arc quita  ia few of these families scattered about'  through the Mmitimp Province*!, and;  n large number of, them btill ."ctain  their language   after  the manner  ol  Worked Both End*.  Queens nl their best nre but women,  Snld Mnry of Rlodojia once In lier days  of; usllo, "Jt took lill tho Jewels tbnt  ull tho goldsmiths could proeuro to  decorate luy crown." She \n������ "powdered" -wllh gimiB, whicli Fountain-  hull miya "iiiiido, lioiv ehliie like an  aiigcl."  .And''.Queen; Caroline, too, llio wlf������  ot George II., used to nlliido to T.ord  Horvey's rather personal ronmrk Hint  hei- crowning dress ''was as flno ns Iho  Vccutuubili'd riches of (lie eily nnd  stibiiilm could mnko It, for, besides  hor own .lesvelfi, Bho hnd on lier bond  nud shouUk'i'H nir lhe pearls nlio could  borrow of llio Indlc.i of ijiiiillly'nl one  end of (ho town, and ou her. pel i Icon I  nil lhe dliimonds who could hire oftlie  Jewelers nt'the other,"  Eased Mia Conaclenoe. ���������  T)enn r.iicklnnd when nt.Westminster used to tell n curious ulory of  u brown... pupor parcel which ho re*'  colved one day by post. After many  wrapping* had been unfolded he found  it small lildclc splinter of oak nbout  nn inch nnd n half long. Tlio1 writer  of.-tlit .unsigned noto accompanyingvthe  pnrcel nald thnt when he wo������ it boy,  many years beforoi ho hnd chipped the  uplltilcr off ihe coronation' chair. An  ago : Advanced his coiiRclenco grew  troublesome,' nnd he asked the dean  to bo Ulud enough lo rosloro the  Hplltiter to Its plnco.-Fnll Mnll Unxetto.  Paneini In Washington's Days.  It.was & dancing nge. None was too  old or too' dignified to join in the pastime. We have It on tho authority of  General Greene tbat on one occasion  Washington danced for tbree hours  without once sitting down. Patrick  Henry would close the doors of his office to betake himself to dancing or  flddllng, and Jefferson dearly loved to  ."rosin" bis bojv forji!raorry jlg.������, The  story Is told of -lilm, that once when  away from borne be'received news of *  (iie ��������� burning pf Ills-ifatber's boiise.  '!Djd, you save v.any of my books?" he  naked' of the slave who brought bim  tlie tidings. "No, massn."; answered  the negro, "but we saved the fiddle;"--  Miind Wilder Goodwin in "The Colonial Carnller." .  The Polar Bear,   .  - The polar boar In a prclly formidable  brute.   A specimen of. I IiIh spi'i'lim Iib������  been killed weighing '1,000 pouiulK iind iihey nniHt liol"  .measuring'nearly ililrlccn feet from    'mills,'   mlHs;  1  noso lo fall.- The Htinnglb of ilie .i.hir  hear Is beyond belief.   Ono was-seen  fcedlifg on Hie budy of n wlillo wlmln  flffooii feet lung and'weighing ill. lenst  I lure I on**,   Tlio whale had been.drag*  -,;]', v ;!:'.'!���������'?.!' i".'���������'. -��������� ' the ���������.''���������"���������pi* ���������i t,-<  the Ice.  Maklnp It Clear.  I Parson's daughter: "Ootid' morning,  ! Ullenl���������rJInvnn'i nollced ynu lu church  i for Iho Inst few weeks." GIIcm; "No,  ' miss; Pro been oop ut NootiiiNtlo n*vls-  ��������� Hln' my old''minis. And Htniuge,  jimi't It, I don't ho������ no clutngo In 'em  ,.since I wn������ a child IllioV" Parnon's  dnnghtor: "Whnt wonderful old Indies  tillt'B! "I didn't any  mild ���������iiwiub'���������"aunts  whoro fimed to wander In my child-  hood three Itkel"  In Theie D������r_cnerate Dayf,  ;   'iliili." cMii'iuii'il Die juinlMlck nn  ill   moved   iMpldly  over  lhe. boli-of  <V|!'' if.UMi, -.von'r.* not till wool."  "f'hiit'ii nil right," retorted the bolt  of nfolfr, "you're not n yard long,  elther."-eiik'ngo Trlbuu*.  Advice.  "Now Unit'���������you've beard my flnngh-  , ,. ������-.������,      .' , -  ...    i,t,,,],,    li.J.11    ll���������������l.l   ^.,.1   ������,u������iwi.   tt.il   11/  llnV  "Weli." Iho miiilc mnsler replied, "I  hnrdly know. Don't you uuppoao you  ronld got bor Interest rd In seitlemeiit  work or liuraeh.ick riding or fuunetlilng  1)1.f.     fl,.l|V>      ni,1,.n,.���������     tin, 1   ITcfHlll  Ten Out ef Five.  It, was, in hn Ideal .fsencoast towii of  Maine,,to which tbey had fled for a  Ihry two w'onkti, thnt thoy found him,  one of those "nntlves" with u large  stock of undeveloped- wit.  Tbey wore out gunning wltb tbe native, as tbelr guido. A flock of live  birds flew over, liaising hia gun, he  took aim and fired. All five fell to tho  earth, and they wero loud In their  pinlsea of IiIb skill.  "That ain't nothln'l" said ho con-  iemptuously. "If I'd lied my other  gun nlong I'd V done better tlum  tbar."���������Melropo!llnn Magazine.  Arrows and Big Quna,  Ja the days of mulled'knights and  bnttlrnxoB thero wuh nnfety at n distance of 400 ynrdu. That whs about  an far ua the beat nrchcra could shoot  an arrow. Nendo, n famous archer  under Charles I��������� ntnies (hat tbe ordinary range of tbo how was between  1120 nnd 400 yards, though It Is on record that one man waa allot n distance  of 40% yards with lhe wind. Compared  with Ibis ls tho-latest nnvnl gun with  a range of fifteen miles.  A Jolt to Hemanee.  "tTubhy, yjjn havo n luck nt my hair,  haven't you?"   "Of eonrre."   "?vo If  you cnn match It In some puffe when  you go downtown."- I'lthborj I'"-'.  Hla Grievance.  Kdllor-We ������r������ aorry to lose your  fiubscrlpUoii, Mr. Jnckaon.   What's tho  matter?   Don't ymi like our politics?  , MisUb Jncksou-Toin't dnt. nab, 'laln't  dat,  MaU wife Jo*' Won ������'.'���������' dun Inud-  | ed n Job o' wuk fob me by udverthla'  lu .vouh dnuud old p;i|inl>:- Puck.  M*M*i> Ttt>tn W������ Tliniijl-."*  The boy whoae Imslnena It was ta  inawer tbe telephouu rushed Into the  room of tbe senior partner.  ".lust got n mesnnge saying that your  bouao was on flro." bo kiiIiI.  "Dear me?" returned the Henlnr port*  at%   in H.  Uev������,ii*iv*v������i ff-viS-. ������>������   vii.j,       i"  know my wile was pr������-tty (hot about  mmethlug when I left home thii morning, but I didn't think It was ao bad  ti to lot (he houae on (ind"  One af Them.  Plgg-Ai n talker Brown's vt'ita !������  terlainly a wonder,   l*ogg~night yon  tre!    Wondtw  oevir *te*ie,*-U<j������to&  Trajan-rH*. , ���������'      ~-'" "^  !'     Where It Was.  "Johnny, nm got tbo family fil!-U; I  want to mbovr It to the p(lrl^ou.,���������  ?   "Oh, mr.T, I cio't move *.!! lh������M  jtraul.f atoi lWXMn~IMWwW ������������������������������  '.UMGH HKXIIV SHKIIKAKI).  their compatriots further Went. Thui  it comes that a number,of bluenosc*  of UngliMi'parentage, who go to Montreal, arrive with a certain amount ol  knowledge of the French language  which Is naturally of great use to them  in Quebec.  "Harry" Slicnard ,������s lie it known  among his friend**, poscefcset* many ol  the qualities \\hlch. make lor popularity nnd success. When lie h&g decided  to do biiBincse; wiUi you, lie.doeB, so  vyith an open hand.. He knows ������, linr-  gain .a ...miie off, and, yet there Is' nothing of the bargainer iii his methods.  Ho goesat 'things in a. Inrgo, generoun  way, aiid dorB not hesitate to spend  money in order to-get results. That  he gets results is the best evidence cf  Uie soundrieiii- of hJs methods.  Ono of his recreations ia fishing,  and ho in nowl*ere hnppler than 'when  paddling:around the,streams, tramping, through the ...forests or otherwise  roughing ji in the backwoods. It was  on one of these jaunts that I first met  him, out on u wiud-nwopt lako on a  nniippv, etnrlit, winter night," Thfe flm  good look I got .'al'him wai "'aa he  emerged next morning from a, particularly warm.and comfortable'elder-  down -slceping-hag which luy motion-  loss on thu floor ull night while every  cot in'tho cabin tshlverwl and shook  in lhe cold, He ls an'excellent companion in the,wooilh, mul there it- au  entiro Hhaenco of grouch in'lils system. During hln long experience on  the road ho has become an excellent  Ktory-teller���������In the limited, application  of tho lorm, of course. Jlls rcpertoir  it Hliiint't Inexhaustible, and hiu mirth-  InH* and almost piiij,n*d oxprchMou  iv hf n he is iiboiii lo Iouhwi up tome-  thing particiilnrly funny is bIiiiohI u.������  effective aa the Joko, bhcrnitd's Iiicu  Im iiovi*'" moni fiiiii'nml than when hiti  iiifcidcs an: ruii|hling wllh laughter.  Tu hu appointed to tin* board ol man-  tigoinmtt of the Montreal (tenoral Hospital in an honor which few Montrcul-  cm i*njoy, and which yet chiiih to Aid.  Slici'iud recently, possibiv partly its a  ifMilt of wurli of n cimilur character  in i.*oriiii*clfoii with i-innllpox which Iw  pcrformt'd to the sittisfin'tion of West-  mount, hi addition to thi1', ho i* nl.i.i  vieo-pi'i'sidcnt of the Victorian Ordr-r  of Nurnci*.--T.L'.A. in Fatiirilay Nighi.  ������    I-'..,.   ������,.  An ii Mi-K-i- !���������! t\, ''Vi:'l!;i':.V ,.' Tn  poov ("mil"- Uixm Oodnlming. Murrey  ror iiiiiny years 8ti������phcn Clminpidi)  iiied.hy liiiiiM-il in mm I'lom; he did  n.M johi ol guidi'lilug ,iiiid elie.i uut  a living with tho help o| liis old-ng-'*  removed to an  Infirmary, whero ha  died   a  few  days  v,'*������'rt  Oreatly Channtd.  "Have you aeen MU* lifiinpole ilnce  ihn Inherited a foirtuner'  "Ye*.   Bhe le gn-elli ehanir������-d."  "Howr-  "Well, the mm to |.- frlchlfultj  iklimy."  "And new ibt't divinely alander."*-'  re1#d������ BUIa.  iu ii  (IjeU a jew (lavn ago, m bis room  wero dUciiveri'iI 120 sovereigns in un  old Mocking, each eiuefiilly wrapped  up in liiiiiH* papwr, ai|d tf5 more ������ov������-  li'igun ^iiniliirly wrapped up Mtud; tn  tlm pin,'i������n id lhe family Hihj*>. A ha:1k'  )>������������������:'if: Miownl that lie had XWl a'.niul  tiff t.������ bin <*iediti    He  inver r-urrjn.  UIIU-   111,III   \>Xr.   ii-iil.li,   Hllii   <U|l*ll   in  U'.i.. 'I'Ik*re i������ littlu doubt lhe mil.  ���������rfananxiiiiu nlmut hi* numey. but hi  ������.���������'.���������*.. uiinblu to ������ive ai;''*- iiiturmatiuii  \\r-_.  ������������������   ������-t''.  ���������������������������'  ������.' )������*! \e*i hu up'  ���������������������������cvt-rtd it.  nod never !��������������� b-T*~,  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  <L' >.  .-.���������viijiav;  *jjV.". .^ .****.'.������?>;**���������_���������!'  /''.���������> -a -jcva .xiifSMavam  W.1M7 ���������*t������aG?^.i;'et.'^KTjr.;^l7jp*a';  THE FURNITURE STORE  A Merry Chrlsimas!  ~*������-  Is there any soul so poor thai  it docs not gain a fresh thought  of gladness with the return of the  Christmastide? Merry Christmas!  How the words it waken the sweet  music.,of treasured memories that  reverberate down the "jears like  the ringing of br-Ua in a distant  steeple. Merry Christinas! The  pungent smell of the Christmas  greens floods the dingy, stuffy  office, such tricks does memory  play, and the air seems redolent  with the odor of fresh doughnuts  and pumpkin pies and the turkey  x *.tsling in the oven, making it so  hard for lhe small boy to wait for  dinner! We have-been rheumatic  this many a year, but my skates!  ���������---where are they?' And has any  body seen 'my���������Oh, Mother!  .Mother! Blessed Guardian of  caps and mufflers and mittene,  and hearis, how cau we meet  ���������mother Christinas without you?  Tiie bells are ringing, but the  g eat slow swinging throbbing  ~b;iss strikcs"^soleliW"t6ll fdrtlie  f ices which come to us only in  memory at the festive season.  A Merry. Christinas! The  children are trooping past the  window, their usual disturbing  clamor now raised .10, a very  tumult of jubilation for school  dismissed for the Christmas holidays. Hut after they pass come  slower sieps���������children, too, but  all loo .sober for theit years at this  happy season! They s.;iver in  the wind and draw up closer to  the.houses for shelter. They  have no dreams of new skates or  sled, and the thin little sister  nurses (he sadly bedraggled  ancient dolly with a tender care  . tlmt tells her i*iflections are undivided by any dicniiH of a fresh  new.l'cn-iiy lo share her ��������� alien*  linn?;. And I know Uie meaning  as Alui'illo's art never taught mc  of ihe Babe in the. Manner ber  cause tlf re wns no room for Him  in the inn. There is room here,  and to these must be brought the  s.virlt of, this Obristinnslide iu  loving gifts and kindly thought  fulness that will bring sparkle  and laughter to there sober face?,  and send the lii^gaid feet to join  tlHr comrades of more fortunate  birth in joyful celebration of the  Dpy which of all days attune  men's hearts to kindly sympathy  nnd their hand* to generous  deeds The bells are ringing,  am! (heir predominant notes arc  broth**; lio.. i, ������������������eneiiv-ity and love.  May wc liv-ip to spread the echo  i< !,lii. jii-ay-.T of the Nitws as it  wi'he.' *'..������ .mdcis a Merrv Xmas.  '!     ������������������&  .1 MU o  J'ltlllH:!.  I'w'.l .'('!',  IIIOa   ii''   .  ';'. ''."���������"������������������it  ;'.|,     I,.  ���������"i.'.n'H i.������<  l���������lfUwlt������.'.,  '������������������.f'.'llm-'    I.I.I   Ml)    fl    p,     Ul,  2'<in\ Doe..   Irom   Vim-  ;.,   ,,,"i.ifiir ..vill li'iivu Co-  :ll.,     IH il      ,\''H|M!!!io    ,\\  ��������� "������.; ���������  l>.*;t  M .*���������  1  u.'>'*. \: tn,    iler  }?*ii''"������*v   ami *vtt*/  hi). P.r.fli,   wiil  bo  WANTi:D���������Ttmclior for Sand  w'ck hcIuihI, ffrsl ur n***oiid clani-,  &U07 $08.00. Apply I. R.  CHffo, Secretary, Sandwick, B. U.  FOR SALE���������40-two ironths*  old pigs. >j t-anlt. A pply Robert  Sultan, florndy Tsl -ud. "  XMAS GIFTS XMAS GIFTS  What gift could you imagine more sensible, or  more to be appreciated than a nice piece of Furniture. There is always something appropriate to  give, and it is an ever constant reminder of the  giver.    Onr���������.  China Oa'dueto range fiom ..   $18 to $85  Jlrouuers And Stands from $15 to $50  , Eocko: 0 from   , $ I   to $8.50  LxleuwouTab os tr in... $10 to $25  Ooubbou torn   . $6   to $20  Uidebofirds from .......- ,..,$20 to $50  Dolls,  Toys,   Etc.,   Etc., on show next week.  WATCH   FOR THE  BIG  SIGN  A. MoKIMNON McPhee Block, Cumberland   |j  XMAS GREETING  From the Manager of the   City  Hall Moving Picture Show.  The Yu'eti de spirit is upon 11s. 'Peace  on earth, good will to men" is heard .n  all tongues and in every clime. Its rchoi 3  resound in the darkest jungle where civi  ligation has begun in bl.i_e its enlightening trail, and on foaming .ci������s where  grim battleships bristling with thie.itencd  destruction and death cloak their relentless calling for the nonce with a mantel  of iraternal charity and good will.  The Christmas spirit even peivadestht  halls of justice and magically endows the  blind goddess with a flash of merciful  sight to j-.uc wiih compassion upon ihe  faults of humanity. Certain it is that  petty offenders are more leniently dealt  with by our courts during the Christmas  week than at any other time during the  entire year.  To our Iriends and patrons we extend  the heartiest wishes for a joyful Christmas and the sincere hope that the horn  of plenty will hoid a generous share of  prosperity lor them during, the coming  year.  And let us hope that the Christmas  spirit will linger wi.h our competitors  and supplant the feeling of primitive savagery which prompts the utilization of  dark, dubious and fatjlejffcmstddestroy_  iis, and bring tliem to a realirition that  in this ?otl; tent ury of intelligence the  measure of success an exhibitor shall  enjoy will be decided by ihe patrons.  And to-them, as .veil as the wielder of  the venomous pen styling himself as  "Citizen^" we also wish a Merry Xmas.  ���������ti. HIKANO,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  TAliOR  MADE     SUITS  FitOM ������20.00 to $35,00.  Gleaning  and Pressing  done at  Reasonable Prices.  ���������?XSXSX������*������XW.VWi^^ ������������������<5>������5>������<ra'5^^  Phone 52  Cumberland 3;G.  MAROCCHI BROS   .  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS ,OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Tommy's Bicycle Shop  H- riaksmishi, Pvop.    V  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING-'OF���������  icycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc. Etc.  Plumbing Done.  Bicycles for Sale  and Hire.  P.O. Box 360  QM  ������  (a)  W  \a)  ������  Oh  Local agent for  Cleveland, Massey-Harris'  and Perfect bicvcles.  Telephone 7-0  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers], iu .all Kin'ds of  Wi������es...aiid.^Liquors.      , n  second! street  Xmas Presents  Valley Notes.  Tho Mcl*hee block is gradually  appoaching completion, but the  i'lterio'' arrangements of a build  ing of thois.inust of necesaity take  coueidurable time, und if the build,  ing is occupied by March Jst, it  ought to realize the expectations  of ull concerned.  The Shiinnou building is aloo  asftuning definite shape and judging from appearaneeh will be a  oreili* Ur the,town, aa.. will also  tno f.vu new huu^es being erected  by Mr.Lewis.  Mr. (������. H. Baietf and Miss Car-  witlimi were muiTiwi on 'fhursday  i ist and aro now enjoying au ex-  lauded honeymoon trip,  We hear that Mr. Feelmor i������  planning exteiiHive improvements  to the Rivomido hotel.  Courtenay wan visited on Sun  dny liy iiinot'T elycliut from Na*  iii.imu. Tho'tri]) could hardly  lmve been one of unalloyed pleat-  ure at this fciiaou of the yenr,  Mr. li. Allen from lieudquiir-  tore, was Been in town on Saturday eveuiug as robuat as ever,  but a little hoarse from -corn-taut  Mv of the telephotkv  Mr. A KortonH' new house was  j nut finished iu time to enable him  to join i.!im ranks of ihe beuediets  on Salni'iliiv morn Iii'*  Xmas Presents  A Stock of over  to Select From  INGS, DIAMONDS,  WATCHES, FOBS, PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVERWARE, lockets, br:oches.  BERT  ASTON   TH E~J EWEL. BOX-  Dunsmuir Ave., ". Next to Tarbkll-s Store.  m  Anxious to succeed ? To start in business fi r  yourself, at present impossible for lack of  capital ?   If so, young man, will you entrust  the sum of 83 cents a day for a limited period  to the care of Wkstkun Canada, and let  her work for you to give you t he start you  are looking for. Our great Combination  Town Lot Offer will stand the stiictest investigation. Mail a Postcard-ANn DO  IT NOW!  ��������� r UKUt,, courtenay, B.C.  WANTED-Teuoher for Miu-  to school. Salary $63, Apply  A. SonvTvillo, Box -1 Cumberland,  i'������.C,  WANTED-'iuHuhur for Nl. T  t-clinol. Duties to commence the  V'ginuing "f   the   term.    Apply  B. C.  ���������J������������������-���������-.-  Secretary, Uuiul;erlaiiJ,  The IU\0. of Beavers wilt  hold their first meeting on the  evening bf Wednesday, Dec. ao,  it Ilie hour of 8 p.m.. for the  purpose of instituting the colony  here,  DRAWING  ft  Eor every 'dollar purchase,  (with the exception of books and  magazines) iu iny store from now1  until Xmas Eve, a ticket will be,  giveu, entitling the purchaser to  one drawing for the following list  of prizes:��������� 1  ist prize: One cut glass Dccan  ter Set.  2nd prize: Electric table lamp.  3rd prize: Oue eight-day clock  cttthedral-goug strike  ���������   ist prize, value #38.00;   aud  prize, value $17.00; 3rd   prize,  value % 00,  Drawing wiii iuke place on  Saturday evening, December 43,  at eight o'clock.  Tickets will also be ou sale for  another of those beautiful sofa  cushions.   Tickets, 25 cents.  Ta D. McLean  NOTICE,  Tho annual mooting of tlie Co.  iiiojj Creamery Association Ltd.,  will H held in tho Agricultural  Hall, Coiirlonay, on Thursday,  January 18m, 1(112 at 8 p. m.  Wm. Duncan,  Seerolarv,  Cumberland Hall  Thursday, Dec. 28  C. !������. WALKER Presents  WILLl/i  YUL  And Company  In Rnnsley Sheridan's Brilliant  Comedy  (MKiiVALsDI  iMUManwal'   ���������\^tmmmtm_amimmlmmmm_lmmm_f        m  ..... IB  KUbcnule Scenic iiquipment  Handsome Costuncs  Reserved Scats on sale at A. H.  Pcacey's Ding Store:  Reserved seats:���������$i .00 and 75c,  Geneial admission, 50c,  CUMBERXAND���������  ��������� CAFE������������������  <WA^^^W^WMW>W^WWrMWVWWWI  If you want Cheapest and Rest patronise���������  K. ABE & Co.  No. 5 Japanksk Town,  Fine Groceries; Dry Goods,.  Candy, Fruits, Ktc, Etc.  I have 3 fine Baths, complete, white enatn-  ''elled ware, good quality, cost ������45.00 each,"  Now $35.00 each  waBtuniii^^  Capital $8,900,000. Reserve $7,200,OCO������|  The Royal Bank of Canada.  I DRAFTS. ISSUED   IN  ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  I OVER   THE    WORLD.  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid 10 HAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest,  I at highest Current Rales allowed on Deposit*-) of $ I and upwards.  1 CUMBERLAND, B. C., Brunch, Open Daily.  I UNION. WHARF, B. 0.,   Sub-Brach, Open Thuredays  J D. M. MORRISOIV, Manager.  I COURTENAY,   B. 0 ,    Branch,   Open Daily.  1 WM. HOFP, Manager.  %nillUIII!IHIIIIillli||llllll!IIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIillllllllllllll!yilllllll!lUlllinillllUllllllUIIIIIIIBH  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  n  Dunsmuir Avenue  i  Cumberland,  =V. SOjSlO^fl:  tfiholesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUOR & BEER  P. 0. BOX 483  PHONE 29.,..  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spring.in the history of Comox  District that, the local demand for eggs has, been  equal to the supply. Nothing pays better than  poultry, il1 they are rightly managed. Begin  with the little fellows and feed them CHICK  FOOD,, which is a mixture of hone meal, wheat,  oats, corn and otlior grain, cut nud blended in  the right proportion lo make them thrive and  grow,    For sale by  .!  A. B. CRAWFORD,    ���������   - Courtenay. B.  DliAUiK 11*1 KLOITU AND ffiKI).  JACK & RICHARDS  J'rMpru'toru,  Ten Milesfora Cent  From one-lenlh lo one-fiflh cenli pel  mils coven ilia coil of epenling a  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  MOTORCYCLE  T-|*SII*ntQr������y|-������llow  TKb midline ii alwuyi ready for ���������    " j������. Willcl    No ezuenu  when idle.  We would like to lellyou  ,    - -. - --.���������-,. .J������dyi . -  liurryuplriporepltaiiire run. Will do  Ilie toad work ol 3 harm. No aii  more about the greatest ipofI in the  world.   Come In end iee ui.  THOS. PLIMLEY,  DEAtuRB     Victoria. B.C.  '���������If you u������i ���������' ^ ������'iinile)'s it's ai.i. uioiit."  P 8 --Wo Do Repairing  ssaoiariL. ������������������  xs  ***  i  __._______!

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