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 WB.  W$&#  $^M^;$M  *''-'l'^~\'$-Ck-ffiA'.  THE  ���������n  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District,  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B, C,   TUESDAY, FEB. 28,    :9.i  Subscription* $:.oo a Year  THE BIG STORE  SPECIALS  SPECIALS  n  Our Great Clearance Sale  is  still in lull swing.  The values are the best   ever/i  offered to the people of  this vicinity.  /COST PRICE on all shoes  I   and rubber, clothing,  ladies'  "      skirts, waists and coats.  |This is a genuine Offer.   We' do what we Say.  No Goods on Approval. No Goods lCxchanged.'  FOR  I THE CORNER STORE 1  STOVES  AND   '���������  RANGES  Furniture and Household  f-r.-jT.:.  We Want Your  Grocery  Order.  y  m-  Our Aim is to Give SATISFACTION.  aaa*J^-ma-l*M*^**^*%^m.ttiuf^  Simon Leiser & Go., Ltd;  Dunemuir Ave., Cumberland.  rfCS7r*  r  ���������**i^'JN/V^^^WV^^������"rt������VV^*^^y������\  MAROCCHI BROS  1  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing. Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds of  1 Wines and Liquors.  Place your Xmas orders for Shonbread, Fruit Cake  Fruit Loaf NOW.  SECOND    STREE  SUPPLIES  Wallpaper  Paints  Varnish  Oils' Etc.  ���������    TRY THE ������  The Magnet Cash Store,  _-p_^g_g^j_������_  and  A monster entertaiinneut will  be held in the City Hull on  Thursday evening. Mr. Frank  Ramsay will render the (illusirated song. The entire proceeds  ot this entertainment will be  turned over to the City Baud and  will be used in procuring new  instruments. A repetiiion of  Monday night's attendance will  go a long way towards obtaining  the amount necessary for that  purpose.  T  -*��������� 0-1 ���������*i    '    I     -  i ���������  Chris Comb has opened, up n  restaurant next to the Now Eng.  luml bar, Chris in an up-to-date  chef, and wo are suro will bo well  patronized.  FOUNI.)���������OnJnii.. 8th. a dark  red steer,,about one year old. No  minks. Apply to II. IT. Hurford,  Sandwick. If hiuiiu is not claim,  od, it will bo sold to cover oxpeii-  BOB,  We have never seen, such  crowds in Cumberland at any entertainment as greeted the City  Hall Picture Show on Monday  evening. The hall was packed  to tbe doors at. the first performance and hundreds waiting on the  outside for tbe second. The  band played outside and that,  with the enthusiasm within,  made a very lively scene. Manager Curtis is to be congratulated  on his ability to draw big houses.  It pays to advertise, and the man  agement ol the Electric Theatre  recognise that fact.  Mrs. Charles Watson,, well  known here in former yours, died  suddenly last week itt Knpilauo,  B C,  No. 4 mine made a record on  Monday the ]8t!i inst. The output of coal for that day, being  1381. tons, not 1200 tons as stated  in onr last ''issue, so we have been  informed by Mr. J. Matthews,  Mr, Bert Creech, of Vancouver  is in the city  Mr   John   Matthows left for  Vancouver by Sunday's boar.  ��������� ���������" ������������������-'���������it' ��������� ���������������������������������������������  MIm Pike, milliner at the  Big  Store, arrived on Sunday, after un  absence of scvoral months,  Miss Tranter a missionary to  che northern Indians for tho past  twenty years, in visiting onr city,  and is the guo-tt of Rov li. C.' ai.d  Mrs. Freeman.  Mr. A. 8.   Williamson,   representing the ��������� Bank of Vancouver,  was in town thin week in the in  tereats of that institution,  M-ivor McT.ond l������������ft  bv ' Sntrir  dnv'n boat on n businods  Victoria,  mp to  The Masonic Grand Lodge of  the province of Quebec is holding its annual session in Montreal  and the opportunity   has  been  seized to make a formal disavow  al of any connection   with   the  Grrnd Lodge of the Orient. The  French orgruiscaMon, whose mein  hers  in   that city, members of  Emancipation Lodge,  are just  getting settled dowu after a great  siir which commenced last summer prior to the EucharisticCongress   and  lasted   for   several  months.     Antagonism   to  the  Roman   Catholic  Church   is  a  specialty of the French organization, while quite the reverse is  the casi with the English   Free  Masonry.   They do not. waiit to  be mixed np with such a crowd,  and do not hcsitatento say so.   Iu  the meantime the Roman Catholic Church authorities make no  distinctfon.  Cumberland Hall wan crowded  on Mondiiy evening to witness  the -'Indian and Cowboy Frontier  Celebration," held at Choyonne,  Wy It was one of the grandest  pictures over shown here, and well  deserved the patronage it received.  Both picture houses are using  their boat efforts to please the  public.  W. A. Wilkinson lormerry with  Simon Leiser���������& Co, here, bus dis-  pound of Ills grocery husiue,*.* at  Vancouver, nml will tako np his  temporary residence at Ladymiiith,  P. Dnnno left by Sunday's bout  on a business trip to  Vancouver.  NOTICE.  The Gorner Store will be holding ������  their Stock-taking Sale from the |  ist of February.  REAL  GENUINE  BARGAINS.  In every department.  J. N. MclEOD, *~-  "    Cumberland  m  tt.  I  *w  <ta  _1_Hh -c^AFABIAN- BrAN K  OF COMMERCE  _, i , , i  SIR. EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L, Pbebident  ALEXANDER LAIRD, <*neral Manage*.  CAPITAL, - $10,0^0,000  t.i.tfrfti....  REST,-- $7,000,000  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce wii receive deposits of Si ar..)  upwards, on which interest is allowed at (tirrent. rates. ' There is no  delay in withdrawing the whole or any portiou of the depo_.it. Small  deposits are welcomed. 234  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by the survive**. A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of ihe money  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  CUMBERLAND BllANCH ;,..W. T. WHITE, Xa&K'enr  l"*",MMM',*^'***-,'^'*,*"*'*",M,���������',*w**^>*'M"^,,^'SWw*Tl^*f^1P..' ...I., .."I!l_.'l  i l.j   Mr. O. H. Fechner of the River- J    tl, Fowler, master mechanic, of  eidc hotol, is very optimistic as to��������� the Canadian   Collieries   (Dnnr.  tho future of Conrtonny, and says,.' miiir) Liniitod, lmro, Has.rcfli,;.:od  it   will have   two thousand   in-1 |,j8 position, and loft on Tuoiutoy  habitantH inside of two years. Air.! fur Victoria.  Fechner backs up hit* faith in ai ���������-���������~~o~���������*~  practical manner.   He has built]    The Ladies HospiUi"  Ar-y.sM*.fy  the Courtenay Opera House audi will meet at KY of  P.   V.,:   y<  hae   another   largo   building in | Thuraday evening at IM.,  courso of construction, ��������� which wil I j    Ml, A# ,rllIIU.8 I(,,r, ^     ior  contain live storus,   beside lie will v...,,....,.      r_   i , *    ���������  ..    .     ! .      .     Vancouver,    [if hns fiecuuid ^  enlarge  bit*   hotel   to   twice   its  u.  present capiicify���������We wish we  had a few with Mr. Fecbner'H enterprise up this way.  and will remain.  Mr, tl, JJruce left by Sundiiy't:  j boat,    lie is away on biiHiur-fi ii^,  Our oMl^rSlTc^ard,  tll>������������������������'l'������n with  tbe census.  expert piano tuner of Vancouver,!    B# s HOowi^M wjjJ wintnM6  writes us, ihat be will  be in Oniu-]  berland on or about March 20th,  and requests thai all  hia old patrons will reserve their order for  bim,  inp Tlnirsdwy, M*rch 2nd, run on  tlm rotito twice a week; fit<*am-  0! will leave Vancouver at 8 p, nn  on Thursdays,  1^'  sjfintpoct% btft/Uftf  Mr, T. G, Montgomery, of Van  couver is the now clork at Camp-  boll Ilros.  At a meeting of fho ������Mrectors of  the Comox Agricultural Ai-.iooia-  tion held at Courtenay on Tucs.  day evening, it '"an dceidod to  hold thoir Riiiiual exhibition on  Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept.  20tb and 27th,  Winnipeg, Fob. 2-1.���������Six bun-  ���������Ji-.*! ciwl untiers. liiivi* gone out tin  striko at Frank, Alberta, and  Michel, IS. 0., and it ia feared  that the wholo Crow's Nest district will bo affected in a fow days.  The miners are said to hnve a-  bout au'ti'ikmetl hope of any ngn������u  meut bi'ing reached in rogar 1 to  tho annual revision of the minors  schedule. It is reported that  many of the strikers nre in an ill  tempered uiooJ,  "Uncle MoJic," snid a drum  mcr. addressing an old colored  man seated on a dry goods box  iu" front of the village store, -'they  tel! nic tbnt you remembersceing  f-Jeorge Washington. Am I mistaken?''  "No, sah," said Uncle Mose,  "I useter 'member scein- him,  but r done fo'gotsencc I jiucd de  chinch," -Everybody*.  Du-t flying at Courtenay,  <r  A Hunts .,- i i    ,,'v.l.M ,',.  Mwi Co ���������.*f MoitT'ir,  M*ff^.f-������-rn>*i>i-iiff������   rfrt������|r,i(������.  Wo Ounmiit. a a lit'.  It is Worth >^a,  Yonr White       ^'e 'iave ^u,t ������',e',p^ "p n       J  lartx.*- rniee  of   r<Mr������U-uirs,  The ucxf time yon are pass- Crc,,Mlllcs;    Crfaius,    and  ing our store to come in and Cwtaiii Mtudius.  see the new spring models of     .   ,.   .  ,., A  vir-iurvt clothI!n(;   1.I-flH!"  m������uscs Ar,,s;  ���������,....,,      ,     , unonskirls    and     Corset  Wc think  ihcv're   hand- ������  .       ��������� Coders,  some enough  to repay )uu  for a special visit. |    A*t.{cff rrt1lfr<. 0t  Collo.t  Wc know tlm������ once you've Cbail'e.s iu Pnislcv tflcctn  worn   them   vou, uio, wiil . ^ 26c. a V^rd  have prove for yoerwlf that  tb r������' is no clo'liing be"U-r  made iban FIT-KITH.'  Caynpbslf Bros.*.,^  Z/xXc-^h  *.r.miwz;.mfWw*2Um*rj-mLi, I  ni  ^1 imii  .*.  ,..,,,1 ^-n^ini iiiiii|fMrlilws*.1lsrii[|iiMMwii^fiV.fTr.i^V^'i_iiii  -ia-Twajaasnaai^qSft^^j  "X  THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  By STEWART  EDWARD  WHITE  C*wlj(ht. 1S08. by Iht McClute Com  paay   Copyright. 1907  IS08. by  Stewart Edwtu-U Whil*  "1 see." said Newmark aftpr a pause.  "Then yon think there's more future  to thut sort ut thing than tbe sort of  thing the rest ot your friends ro In  for���������law and wholesale groceries and  banking and tho rest of tft"  "There la for uie." replied Orde simply.  "Yet you're merely river driving on  a salary at thirty  lunen." and the refreshments were  served by the quests themselves.  Orde found about the usual crowd  gathered. Jane herself, tall, deliberate  In movement and ln speech, kindly  and thoughtful, talked in a eorner  wlili Ernest Cojhuru. who was just  out of college and who worked In a  bank. Orde, standing In the doorway,  looked  upon   quite  the  usual  thing,  THE"HAPPY"R00M  Cross or Unpleasant People Have  No Place In It.  Orde flushed slowiy and shifted his   only lie missed the Incubus,   Search- , NOVELTY FOR CHURCH BAZAAR  position. j inu tlie   room   with   his  eyes,   he  at  "I'm not asking all this out of idle ; leiiRtli discovered that Incoherent, des-  (Continued.),  Chapter  JACK ORDE was the youngest and  most energetic of a large family  that had long since scattered to  diverse cities and'Industries. Ho  and Grandpa ami Grandma Orde dwelt  uow in the big, echoiug, old fashioned  house alone save, for oue maid. Grandpa Orde. now iibove sixty, was ���������tall,  ���������straight, slender. His hair was quite  .white and worn a little long. His features were finely chiseled. Grandpa  Orde had been a mighty breaker of the  wilderness, but his time had passed,  and he had fallen upon somewhat  straitened ways. Grandma Orde. on  the other hand, was a very small,  spry old lady, with a small face, a  email figure, small hands and feet.  She dressed in the then usual cap and  black silk of old ladies. Half her  time������she spent at her housefieeplng,  which she loved, jingling about from  cellar to attic storeroom, seeing that  Amauda, the maid, had everything in  order.  To these people Orde came direct  from the greatness of the wilderness  and the ferocity of Hell's Half Mile.  Such contrasts were possible even ten  .ir fifteen years ago. The untamed  country lay at the doors of the most  modern civilization.  Newmark. reappearing one Sunday  afternoon at the end of the two weeks,  was apparently bothered. He examined the Orde place for some moments,  ���������walked on beyond It. Finding nothing  'there, he returned and after some hesitation turned In up the tar sidewalk  ���������and~pull^-at_the_old���������fashiQne^_^vi_L(__  bell pufl.   Grandma Orde herself answered the door.  Newmark took off his gray felt hat  "Will you kindly tell me where Mr.  Orde 1 Ives T  "This is Mr. Orde's.'* replied the little old lady.  "Pardou me," persisted. Newmark.  "I am looking for Mr. Jack Orde. I  am sorry to have troubled you."  "Mr. Jack Orde lives here," returned  Grandma Orde. "He is my son. Would  you like to see him?"  "If you please," assented Newmark  gravely, his thin, shrewd face masking  itself with Its usual expression of  quizzical cynicism.  Newmark entered Ilie cool, dusky Interior and was shown "to the left Into a  dim, long room. He perched on a mahogany chair and had time to notice a  bookcase with a while owl mop. nn old  piano witli tlie yellowing keys, haircloth sofa and chairs, steel engravings  and two oil portraits when Orde appeared.  Newmark had known Orde only an  riverman. Like most easterners, ho  wns unable to Imagine a man in rough  clothes us being anything but a rough  man. The llgure he saw before hlrn  wnH correctly dressed In what wad  then lhe proper Sunday costume.  "Oh. It's you, ,\ir. Newuinrk!" cried  Ordo. "I'm glad lo see you." Jle led  the wny Into the Iin I] and lo another  brighter room. In which Grnndmn  Ordo sat, a canary Hinging above her  bend.  "Moiher," snld Orde, "this Is Mr.  Newmnrk. who wiih wllh iih on th������  drive I his spring."  "Mr. Newmnrk nnd 1 spoke nt the  door," said  she,  extending  her frail  curiosity. I've got n scheme In my  head that 1 think may work out big  for us both."  "Well." assented Orde reservedly, "in I  that case--I'm "foreman on this drive  because my outfit went kerplunk two  years ago, and I'm making a fresh go  at lt.M  "Failed?" Inquired Newmnrk.  "Partner skedaddled." replied Orde.  "Now, suppose you tell me what tha  devil you're driving al."  "Look here," said Newmark. abruptly changing the subject, "you know"  that rapids up river flanked by shallows, where the logs are always going  aground?"  "1 do."  "Well, why wouldn't it help to put a  string of piers down both sides, with j  booms between them to hold the log* j  in the deeper water?"  "It would." said Orde.  /'Why Isn't It done, then?"  "Who would do It?" countered Onto.  "If Daly did it. for instance, then all  the rest of the drivers would get the  advantage of it for nothing."  "Get them to pay their share."  Orde grinned. "I'd like to see yon  get any three men to agree to anything on this river."  "How many firms drive logs on this  stream?"  "Ten." replied Orde without hesitation.  "How many do they employ?"  "About 500 men."  "Now, suppose" ���������Newmnrk leaned  forward���������"suppose a firm should be  organized to drive all the logs on the  river. Suppose It Improved the river  with piers and dams, so that the driving would be easier. Couldn't it drive  with less than 500 men and save money ?"  "It might." agreed Orde.  "If such a firm should be organized  to drive the logs for these ten firms at  so much a thousand, do you suppose it  would get the business?"  "It would depend on the drying  firm.'' said Orde.   "Yon see. mill men  nave got lo have their logs. "^ThTf  can't afford to take chances. Jtswould  not pay."  iccntcd. but persistent youth vls-a-vis  witli a stranger. Orde made out the  while of her gown in the shadows, the  willowy outline of her small and sleu-  der figure and tho gracious forward  bend of her head.  "So you're back nt last, are you,  Jack?'' drawled Jane in her lazy, good  nultired way. "Come and meet Miss  Bishop. Carroll. 1 want to present Mr,  Orde."  Orde bowed ceremoniously. The girl  Inclined gracefully her small head  with the glossy hair,  tils sallow ��������� 4iice twisted in a wry  sinlle, held to the edge of. his chair  with characteristic pertinacity.  "Weil, Walter." Orde addressed him  geniiilly, "are you having a good  time?"  "Yes, indeed!"  His'chair was planted squarely to  exclude all others. Orde surveyed the  situation with good humor,  "Going to keep the other fellow from  getting a chance, I sec."  "Yes, Indeed!"  Orde bent over and. with great ease,  lifted Incubus, chair and all, and set  hint facing Mlgnonue Smith and the  croquet ball.  "Here. Mlgnonne." said he. "I've  brought you another assistant."*  He returned to tbe lamp to find the  girl, her dark eyes alight with amusement, watching him intently.  "Walter is a very bright man in his  own line." said Orde, swinging for-  wnrd a chair, "but he mustn't be allowed any monopolies."  "How do you know I want him so  Biiminarily removed?" the girl asked  hlrn.  "W***'l." argued Orde. "1 got bim to  lay nit he ever says to any girl...'Yes,  lnaeear so yon couiuti ,i nitir rni.v mcit  conversation from him. Besides. 1  want to talk to you myself."  "Do you always get what you want?'*  Inquired the girl.  Orde laughed.  "Any one can get anything he wants  if only he wants it bad enough." he  'IssertedT    ~~   A Sartorial Message of Hope For the  Woman Who Is Economically Inclined���������The Madam Butterfly Bow  and a Quickly Made Dessert.  , Dear Elsa���������You have heard mo  speak often of Grandma H., haven't  you? She wasn't, as you know, a real  relative, but a dear connection through  love and unfailing sympathy uot only  to me, but to every one of her friends  who needed her couusel "and guidance  ���������and they -were many. Yes, she was  The Incubus, "grandma" to every one who knew  her well and loved her.  "This dear old lady, who recently  crossed the bar. suffered. Intensely for  thirty of her allotted threescore and  ten, yeajps, but bravely and uncomplainingly. There was no suggestion  of the peevish Invalid about her always bright and cheerful personality.  Every tiling interested her, the latest  discovery in the World of science, the  best books, any little bit of harmless  neighborhood gossip and music���������always music filled her soul with unspeakable delight even unto .the end,  when it soothed her delirious moments.  Like Julia Ward Howe, this dear old  "Then that's all right." agreed New-  mark, with a gleam of satisfaction  across his thin face. "Would you  form a partnership with me having  such an object ih view?"  Orde IaUgh>d.    ���������  "1 guess you don't realize the situation," said he, "We'd have to have a  few little thing9 like distributing  booms and tugs and a lot of tools and  supplies and works of various kinds."  "Well, we'd get them."  "How much are you worth?" Orde  Inquired bluntly.  "Twenty thousand dollars. How  much capital would we have to hnve?"  ii.sIcs.h1 Newmnrk.  Orde thought for several minutes.  "We would need somewhere near  $75.(100." he estlmuted nt Inst.  "'Hint's    ensy,"  "ht IIM in nvc unit (/(,'! ttnii llt'i'tic limit lo  mime In inmllilnii ini Uiih rsiw."  hand with dignity. "If you were on  tlio drive, Mr. Newiiuirl'. you nniHt  illlV'ii Iiei'li (ine ul ilie mull piivaich IU  (IiIh dreadful war wc all read alioiit,"  Newmark laughed. At Orde's sag.  gout Ion the two passed hm-ii Into tho  rcitllllllH of Hie old orcliiii'il.  Wilt-It,*  it.t'.v;   .Skits  isvvti   JW   il'C   ,'u:;t  couplo of weeks'/" nuked Urd������; ,  "I caught .IoIiiihiiii'h drive iind went  on down river with hltn io the Hike, I  do not like tlie llle at nil, I -in the drlvo  interested  me.    It  interested  me mo  cried Newmnrk.  "We'll mnko a stock company-sny  100,000 shares. We'll keep just enough  between us to control the company���������  say 51.000. I'll put in m.v pile, and you  can pay for yours out of the enrnings  of the company,"  "Thnt doesn't Round fnir,"  "You pay Interest," explained Newmnrk. "Then we'll sell the rest of the  stock to rniHp the rest of tlio money,"  "I must hnve something to live on,"  eaid Orde thoughtfully nt Inst.  "So must I," snld Newmnrk. "We'll  have to pny ourselves salmles, of  course, but tho smaller the better nt  first. You'll'hnvo to tnko charge of the  men nnd the work nml nil tlie rest of  it. I don't know anything nbout thnt.  I'll attend lo the Incorpnrntlug nnd Hie  routine, nnd I'll try to plnco the stock.  You'll hnvo to see first of .nil whether  you can get contritcta from tho logging  firms lo drive the logs."  "How  can  l   toll  them?"  "We'll have to figure thnt very close.  ly. Ynu know where these, different  drives would start from nnd how long  each of them would tnko?"  "Oh, yes!"  "Well, then we'll figure how mnny  iliiys' driving there Is for each, nml  how ninny men there nre, nml what It  costs for wages, grub, tnolR. We'll Just  have to llgure as near as we cnn to the  netiiiil cost and then add n 'margin for  profit and for Interest on our Invest*  tiient,"  Amnnda now announced dinner.  Newmnrk looked puzzled and ns he  nrose glniiced surreptitiously m nih  \\ntrli. Orde H'ciin'il lo i.'i Iti.* ilirj-uiii  llliins as one to lie expected, however  In fact, the stranuo hour wiih the  usual Sunday custom In the Iteddlnu  of that day and had to do with the  I.,'..'  ... !;ti!vh  fl'i-fHoiti  of Anininl'i  .'ind  her like.  "Como In and ent with us," Invited  Ordo,  Hut'Newmnrk declined.  ;   "Como up tomorrow night, then, nt  "Some people," she amended. "However, 1 forgive you, 1 will even Hatter you by saying 1 am glad you came.  Yon look, to have reached the age of  discretion. I venture to say that these  boys' idea.of a lively eveuing is to  throw bread about the table."  Orde flushed a little.   The Inst time  he had supped at Jane Hubbard's thnt  n'ns exnetly what they did do.  h "Tbey are young, of course," he said,  ���������'and you and I are very old and wise."  "Now, tell me. what do you do?"  "What do 1 do?" asked Orde. puzzled.  "Yes. Everybody does something  out west here."  "I'm a river driver just now."  "A river driver?" she repented.  "Why. I've just been henrlng a great  deal about you from Mrs. Baggs."  "Oh!" sa Id Ordo. "Then you know  whnt a drunken, swenrlng. worthless  lot of toughs we nre, don't you?"  "There Is Moll's Hnlf Mile," she reminded him.  "Oh, yes." said Orde bitterly, "there's  Hell's Half Mile! Whose fault Is that?  My riverinen's���������my boys?   Look here!  I suppose you couldn't understand It If  you tried a month.   But suppose you  were working out In the woods nine  months of the yenr. Suppose you slept  In rough blankets nn the ground or In  bunks, ato rough food) never saw a  woman or n book, undertook work to  senro your city men up n tree, risked  your life a dozen times a week In n  1 tnnglo of logs, with the big fiver ronr-  , lng behind Just waiting, to awnllow  i you; snw nothing but woods and river,  ' wore cold nnd hungry and wet nnd so  ! tired you couldn't wiggle.   And then  I suppose you  lilt  town,   where there  wero nil the tlilnga ynu hadn't hnd.  I nnd  the first  thing you struck  wns  whnt to  chargo ' Hell's Half Mile, Sny, you've seen wn-  j ter behind n Jam, haven't yon?   Water  power's a good thing In a mill course,  where It has wheels to turn, but behind n Jnni It Just rlpw things,  Oh,  what's the use talking?   A girl doesn't  know what It mentis. She couldn't un*  derstntid."  "I think I begin to understand a little." snld she softly.  "Hut they nre n  heartless eliisa in splto of all their;  courage, aren't they?" I  "Heartless!" exploded Orde. "There'** j  no kinder lot of men on enrth   There  Isn't n iiiiui on Hint river who, doesn't  chip In five or ten dollius wlion.n iiinn  Ih hurt or killed, nnd thnt meant* three  ui 'unit iiifi.T ii.iitl vi ui U f... ;,;.,, ,',;,,'  he mny not know or Hlie the injured  man nt nil. Why"-  " Wim i'h ull the excitement?" drawled Jam* Hubbard behind tnem, "taut  you inn lie It n to be continued in our  iievt?   We're most starved"  "Yes, Indeed!" clilnied til" liiiiilius  (To bo continues.)  Stationery, Christmas cards, milk, dolls  aud other apparently incongruous articles are good sellers at n sale.  Matched Sets In Fashion.  1 must tell.you. too. about the matched sets of hat. muff and scarf that are  so much worn this winter. It is a new  idea, and in this age of combinations  there is great opportunity to make oue  set of furs go a long wny. I have an  old .set of skunk furs that I um using  in this manner. I purchased a rem-  nant'of stunning brocade that is making the puffed crown of my turban,  which is edged witb the fur and a  twist of the pelt surrounding a huge  jeweled disk. ,:���������'��������� -���������/..���������'������������������:  Now for the muff. On a llnlug of  muslin I hnve strips of the brocade  between alternate bands o.f fur, and  at the hand openings are several ruffles of velvet with nil inner one of  .chiffon. In other words, have an up  to date muff just about twice as large  as those of last year. The scarf Is  made long and of rows of fur arid brocade like the muff. And some small  pieces of the fabric that I had left  over I bnve made Into the smartest  hand bag on a frill, cord to be carried  over the arm. These .sets are charming in then- completeness and in the  message of hope that they hold for  the woman who is economically lu-  ;,cllncd.y -  Another lovely cheap notion for  smartening^ up an old house gown is  the Madam Butterfly bow, made of  tulle; generally, black, that stands out  in wing-like loops at the back of the  waist. It has long streamers of tulle  that are knotted on the ends.  Just have patience with me and let  me add this quick dessert recipe that  saved my life recently when some people came in unexpectedly to luncheon  and then I'll stop this rambling letter. .  The Dessert.���������Put a1 couple of pieces  of canned peaches or pears on individual dishes and fill the cavities with  whipped cream; stick on each three  or four' blanched' almonds, and you  will have something good to set before your guests and be thankful for  the suggestion to MABEL.  New York.  PASSING OF THE CLAIM  STORY OF A JOURNALISTIC TRAGEDY OF THE WEST.  HAiT BUILDING TIPS.  much that I've come back to talk to j hnlf pant 0 for supper." Orde viruod  tiling*'  you nbout il, I'm going to hhi; you it  few f|Uf)Htlons nbout yourself."  "Oh, I'm not Imslitm utiom my carreer!" laughed Orde.  "How old artf yuuV" Inquired New-  mark abruptly.  "Thirty."  "How long bnve* you been log driving?"  "About nl* years."  "Why did ymi go Into HV"  "lles'inise there's imt lung abend ot  nhovelliig but dirt," Orde replied, Willi  * uuulnt irrin  bim.   "Wo cnn figure on thc*e  tx little."  Chapter  9  ���������s  I  nilNK I'll go see .lane lliililuiinj  this evening." Orde remarked in;  ins iiioih_<r as he arose from tin1  table. !  Clsiilfitd.  Wnu there ever n better etnmplo of  the witty and concise form nf citpres-  slon thnn rhe iiimucr of the jirlm mnn  who, when asked about the i*liiiracler  of a neh-'bbor. Hi'iiicntiiiiNlv replied:  "Mister. I don't li*u>w vi ry mncli  nbout lilm, but my .linprsst-i-'sin Is lie'il  make n llrist tills* hiniis*;t-i."-l*.������-  change.  Frigid.  Nell���������'Hint  MU*������ Ct.|.li*iub U ait awfully cold sort of gill,    Iteli Mercy,  yes.    Why. she's no frigid I lnu  *,-us>r  Every Suiidny Jane Iliiblunl nffcr-ilj *���������������'������'���������' "be ixw* ������������������������* nilny days it mhi-v*  to  all   who  caine  a   '���������Sunday   ululill -Itoiitou Trunwript.  MADAM nUTTElU'LY DOW.  lndy might at the close of her life  havo Bald. "The deeper 1 drink of the  cup of life the sweeter it grows���������the  sugar nil nt tho bottom."  Gnindnui's room during her lifetime  wiib over the brightest place lu tho  home, and through tho beautiful nud  uplifting thought of her daughter tho  sunshine of her presence is still fell-  there.  Nothing In the room has boor, disturbed save the bod, and tho space It  occupied Is given ovor to an upright  plnno. Grandma's favorite plnnts 111)  ono of tho high window shelves, nnd  her best loved bookH Ilo on tho center  tnblo, around which now and ngaln  theso autumnal evenings a rubber of  whist Is played or a bedtime story l������  told to the children,  Tho room bus been christened tho  ���������'hnppy room." nnd no one Is allowed  to enter It In a rebellions, cross or un-  pleiisnnt. mood. Every one who would  ���������fnln entrance must contribute to the  pence and happiness of overy one elsn.  Now. Is It not a beautiful Idea, thin  "happy room." a lovely tribute to  ���������irandmn'H memory, more farrenchlng  und helpful than will over ho known?  A Sample 8ale.  ' Now I'm going io toll you of the  latest fad In tho wny of a bazaar ot  luml salo for a club or to nil ho iuoiioj  for ono of your charltiiblo objects.  It'H n sninple salo. The samplo may  bo a bonk which soino nut hor hns do-  riuted-n sample of his or her literary  Btyle-or It: may ho a samplo of somo  noted housewife's cooking, n enko or  Ul'illt1   VISlsiij    |nt.Uu:^,   living llUilk   V.'SlAC  or pro'-orves*.. A "nentlment" of nn author, together with bin or her nuto-  graph, may constitute nnothor snmplo  nicely Inclosed in an envelopo tied  -with ribbon or In n cover of nuedo  '.k.ithor when It mnl.es a specially  choice sample.  A1 sample of n frlond'a crochet work  cr embroidery, or hand sowing, sfich as  an apron or corset cover; a recipe for  u unhid or other edible originated by  n good professional cook, n smnli water color or painting In oil. a sample of  ������n nrtlst'H nblllty-nny of these will  mnke. un excellent feature at ii nnrnnln  The sample* which a manufacturer  or storekeeper given nwny of a new nr-  tlcle-toolb powder, Rtove polish, sewing *Mx or nny of the numerous sntn-  plsw ntlont In tho mnrket���������mnk������ flno  things for the sample ������nlc,  j As tho Bnmplo snlo In n splendid nd  for thp makers, thero Ih seldom nnj  trotf'lo ln getting goods of thi* kind  Some Things to Interest the Ambitious  Amateur.;"'' ...  Homemade millinery is almost baffling at the present moment. From  building the large bows and choux  and swathing the folds of piece silk  .nud_sntin_ta_saw,ing_Jn__������e^^  flowers, hat trimming, in fact, has entered a new phase, and many of the  old theories on wiring, sewing and  trimming have had to undergo some  modification. The choice of a thread  for sewing oh the trimming is most  important, a black hat or one in a  dark shade, no matter whether it is  made of, silk, velvet or felt, requiring  cobbler's shoe thread in preference to  machine thread, however low a number may be available.  A good bow is always the test of a  beginner's progress, nothing being, as  a mntter of fact, harder than to evolve  a large and perfectly balanced bow  whose loops spring evenly from the  center. A professional milliner always  in beginning "to make a bow, gives the  thread three or four turns round the  first loop without knotting the thread.  When nil the loops hnve been made  Colonel R. T. Lowery's Little Journal!  Published In Kaslo During Boom1  Ended Its Short Career With a  Unique Issue Which Is Now Eagerly Sought by Collectors ��������� Printe*  Its Own Funeral Oration.  Westerners who remember the S!o-  can boom still tell of a paper which  is perhaps the most famous publien-*,  tion of the pioneer life of the Rockie-.,..  It was Lowery's Clniiu, printed in.  Kaslo, and finally forced out of that,  town by the'1'hard times which followed the inflation.  The paper was founded by Colonol.  R. T. liowery, a remarkable character  who has made and cheerfully loft  something over $30,000 in the maiiy*  journalistic ventures fathered bv hini.  since the days of tho Kaslo Claim,,  and who still remains in harness in  Greenwood; in the boundary district-  of the same province, where he now  edits The Greenwood Ledge. In the*  earliest days of my mining experience--  I became a contributor in a small way  to the divers "and sundry Lowery publications, and in that way became well  acquainted with the "editor and financier," as he called himself, says a-  recent article in a"coast paper. He  was then, and still is, an original writer and an original thinker; a hat.T  of all kinds of shams and, withal,-a.  man of the) most tender ��������� heart, and.  one whom I am proud to number  among iny very good friends. Th"  'venture of tlie Kaslo boom result, d.  in a loss of about $1,000; but, nothing  daunted, the colonel came to th.V  scratch in the .same Bpot in 1895 and  resurrected his first journalistic venture under the name by which it gave  up the ghost. He succeeded iu regaining what he had lost in the. boom,  holocaust, and a fair profit. Still later the paper passed under the editorship of Harold Bolce, the well-known  magazine writer, who was then connected, with the late "Barbarian"'  Brown in his mining venture.-* in that  part of tlie world, and he in turn gave  way at the helm to David King, another remarkable character,'** who lias-  si nee written much of literary value,,  and who now resides in'New York.  At that time the name of the paper  ,was changed to The Kootennian, aiid.  under that title it is still conducted-  apparently with success, in the little-  .nor.therJiJiamlet.___   The Claim began its career at a very  inopportune time, and felt the full effect of the utter stagnation that followed the meteoric fall in silver :i...  few weeks later, and the consequent'  failure of the lute' John M. Burke'st-  bank. It struggled along for a few-  weeks, in the hope that some silver  lining would reveal itself in the clouds  of encircling gloom, but evontualiy  gave up the ghost and erected it.s own.  tomb ..on. its front page. The publication of this general notification that  Kaslo was "busted" was most strenuously resented by those who were compelled to face the music without the  wherewithal to reach outer civilization, and the doughty colonel narrowly escaped being tho chief guest at n  little necktie party arranged, in hi*  particular honor. Copies of the Inst  issuo of The Claim are few, and now  command as much as $25.  The Min-   i  ing  Review   is   indebted   to  Colonel  she cuts It off about ten inches from i O. T. Stone and A. T. Garland of Kaslo for a copy.  the Inst turn and after th'rendlng the  needle uses the loose end with which  to sew tho bow to the hat. If the ribbon Iiiih to be wired the wire Hhould  be sewed the full length of the loop, no  consldorations of lime suggesting such  an evasion of trouble as that of attaching the wire Him ply nt the base,  'which causes it to work out of place  with wear.  To bind the border of a hnt with  wire necessitates the uso of No, 2-1  cotton, the stitches being carried slantwise oyer It, while enre must be taken  to prevent the stitchoH from being Been  on the wrong nldo.  The Pampered Pet.  The extent to which canine woralilp  Is carried nowadays Is exemplified hi  ���������rmt MonuiiH jJoaam'B oiunisw.  the luxurious dog cot seen In tho Illustration. An Amcrlcnn womnn recently hnd this cot oBpoclally mado for  At the time the paper suspended it  consisted of four pages liberally pnt-  roni'/.od by ndvertisers, hut tho box  office evidently suffered keenly from  inability to recover the amounts represented in the sunce thus apportioned, A glance at the advertising page.-1-  of tho final spasm gives ono a nightman*, of topsy-turveydom Unit com-  pletcB tho freaky appearance of tho-  sheet, The advertisements of those in  arrears wore turnod upside down or  Bidoways, or othorwise marred, while  thi. rending matter was graced by inverted colunin rules, indicative of the*  impending journalistic funeral,  The funernl nddroHB In tho guise of  tho lending editorial wan as follows:  "The Claim goes up tho shaft today, and will be deposited in the jour-  nnliHtic honeynrd with the amount of  regret customary on such occaBions.  "Its career Iiiih been short, but not  altogether penceful. Its readers havo  boon numerous. It "hns mndo somo  friends and a few onetniofl, Tho pny-  Btrenlc hnving entirely dinnpponred,.  wn aro forced to prospect Bomowhere  cIbo, To tho fow staunch friends who*  hnvo helped ub with thoir monoy and  nympnthy we extend our hincero'  thnnka. To our enemies this article  will bo pleasant ronding. Our suspon-  Bion will onablo- them to bnmhoo7.li)'  the public without fonr of being mo-  Icnted, nnd consequently thoy will bo<  hnppy,  "Four months ngo this pnper hnd'  tho brightest proapocts of any paper  in Canada, To-clny everything is.  ohnngod. Such iB tho lifo in tho wild  and hilvory Wont. Ono dny a pros-  pectlve millionaire���������thn noxt, nothing-  to livo on but wind and ono of Burko'si  chck'iv.i,  "In lieu fit etnpe we hnve hunir the-  ������rinting ofllco towel on tho door knob,  nm off thn gns, ring down tho our*  lain, ami exclnim: 'The piny in over,  tlie flng hnuled down, Tho Knnlo Claim.  in dead, extremely dead."  Anatomical Phenomenon.  Tho medical faculty over at QuoonV  University aro quito excited about a  little clinic which went on thero tht*  other afternoon. Tho uubjoot wits a-  convict escaped ftom the penitentiary,  through the wife way of di.������o!ution.  Ue was on tho tnblo n* un in������tmotive ifxnrnplc of appendicitis, I'miny  part about tlie convict wns thnt lii/-  whole anatomy wnu out of joint���������jum  as much ns his morals hnd been with  society. His heart wns on his right  nide. his appendix resided on his left  liiHtem! of his*, light; in short, thi������  fonvief's whole nature xvnt in  rnbel-  A Pretent For Mother.  A dnlnty 'hairpin holder for mother  or older ulster cnn bo evolved from a  doll's hnt, with the two edgen of tho  brim enught together In the center.  Tho pockets thim tnudo are illicit with  white curled hnlr, and the top ln covered with n coarse gilt net or a henxiy  meshed whlto not If tho othor cannot  bo found,  Mnke a hanger of narrow ribbon and  trim It with 1k>w������ on ench sldo of the  bnskot.   Tho hanger la lewed to the  rim. whero the tmateot In Joined. If a ,lo|K m unharmon,oug devo!()pmonl#  llrtlo moro decomtlon la liked n few ,��������� ���������,,},, hy prominent practltionera to  nrtllldal fiowers can bo tucked iuto the ij������ unparalleled as an instance* of  how at the right aids. - b.tal internal diaclftoemeiit.  ii  ���������egggaraa"  BiBae  ���������am  ���������ami  uni It  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ������t  ���������9  Eat and Be Merry!  *        ...     -  Stqp starving yourself���������stop suffering the pangs of indlgestlon-  vorrying about what you dare and dare not est.  , Eat hearty meals of wholesome food, take  H^Ry-CO^PSIAj^LETJ  *nd you'll feel like a new person. Sour stomach���������heartburn-  occasional indigestion ���������chronic dyspepsia ��������� all yield quickly to  NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The properly digested food  restores your strength, your stomach regains Us tone, and soon  requires no further aid.  50c. a box.   If your druggist has not stocked them yet sond  50c. and we will mall them. 37  NATIONAL DRUQ AMD CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA LIMITED, MONTREAL.  THE WEREWOLVES.  Terribly Disappointed ��������� I  "Of course, doctor, German measles,  .nre seldom serious?" )  "I never met but one fatal case."  "Fatal?"  "Yes;" it was a Frenchman, and  when he discovered it was German  measles that he had. mortification  .-set. in."���������London Tit-Bits.  Cheese will be kept moist and free  .from mould if wrapped in cloth  wrung out in'vinegar.  FOUND QUICK CURE  AFTER EIGHT YEARS  t  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS TRIUMPH  WHERE BELTS AND PLAS-  TERS FAIL  Had a Deteriorating Effect  Tillinfast���������I suppose the young men  do not regard Miss Hillwell as handsome now that her fathor has failed?  \Villygo���������Well, they don't think  she has such a fine figure as formerly.  Elderly Suitor (caught looking at  a girl at next table)���������"Slie reminds  me'of you, Lucy."  She���������"Then .why not stare at me  instead?"  Fantaatte Story of a Sixteenth Century  Tragody.  Jobn of Nuremberg relates how' a  man, lost at nlgbt lu a strange country, directed bis steps toward a tire  that he saw before bim. > On reaching  it be found a wolf sitting enjoying its  warmth aud was' informed by him.  that he was really as uuu.au us himself, but tbat he was compelled-for a  certain number of years, like all hla  countrymen, to assume tbe sbape of a  wolf.  A strange country, indeed, where  wolves wheu tbe evenings grow chll-  ly light a tire and In tbe comfort of Its  ruddy glow are found ready to entertain the passing traveler with their  conversation!  Olaus Magnus in the early part of  the sixteenth century tells us,a story  of a nobleman and bis retinue wlio lost  their way iu journeying through a  wild forest and presently found themselves hopelessly foodlcss and shelter-  NEARLY DIED OF  STONEINTHE BLADDER  GIN  PilLS SAVED HIM. j  513 James St., Hamilton, Ont. I  "Five years ago, 1 was taken clown!  with what the doctors called Inilam-.  tnation of The Bladder���������intense pains'  in 'b'ick and loins, and difficulty in!  urinating, and the attacks, which be-1  cuiite more   frequent,    amounted    to'  unbearable agony.   1 became so weak I  that 1 could not walk across the floor.  My wife read in the papers about  GIN PILLS and sent for a box. From  the very first I felt that GIN PILLS  were doing nm good.   The pain was  relieved at once and the attacks were  less frequent.  In  six  weeks,  the  Stone    in    the  Bladder came away.    When I recall  how  1  suffered  and  how now I  nm  healthy  and  able to work,  I cannot  express myself stronglv enough when  1 speak of what GIN    PILLS   have  done for me."        John Herman.     48  , ,   ,, ,  ,   , .        ,    GIN PILLS are sold at 50c a box-  less.   In the urgency of their need oue ]6 {or $2>50i    Scnt on receipt of prico  'Moses Sherwood, a long sufferer from  Backache, found permanent relief  in one box of the Great Canadian  Kidney Remedy, Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  Poodiac, King's Co., N. B., (Spec-  dal).���������After suffering for eight years,  while  all  the  time  the  remedy  was  -xight at hand, Mr.'Moses Sherwood,  .a well known farmer living near here,  -tried Dodd's Kidney Pills and is now  as well as ever he was in his life.  Mr. Sherwood's experience is similar to that of thousands of other natives of New Brunswick. "About  eight years ago I hurt my back from  lilting," Ive states.   "I used liniments  , .and plasters and wore a wide.belt, but  in two years my trouble had develop-  "ed"into_"Kidney~Diseir|e":      ~ ~  "My back wns so sore I could not  lift iwiy weight, when reading a  Dodd's Almanac led me to try Dodd's  Kidney Pills. Before the first box  was finished my backache was gone  and I have never been troubled with  it since."  Belts and plasters may give temporary relief in cases of Backache or  Rheumatism, but   the    only way to  ' cure them is to go to the seat of the  ���������trouble. Cure tho Kidneys nnd the  Backache or Rheumatism will disappear. Dodd's Kidney Pills never fail  lo cure the. Kidneys.  New Reporter���������The auto turned  terrapin, and  ���������'  City Editor���������You ' mean turned  turtle.  New Reporter���������Well,'it was a high-  priced, machine,���������Judge.  A Pill That Lightens Life.���������To 'the  man who is a victim of indigestion  the transaction' of business becomes  tin added misery. He cannot concentrate his mind upon his tasks and loss  and vexation attend him. To such a  man Parmelee's Vegetable Pills offer  relief. A course of treatment, according to directions, will convince him  of their great .excellence. They' are  confidently recommended because  they-will do all that is claimed'for  them.  When a boy does go hack to the  farm he is usually accompanied by a  wife and several, children.  Mlnard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper  Madame Curio has received from  the British ambassador in Paris the  Albert Medal of the Royal Society of  Arts.'"'    ,     "   '. ���������:������������������./���������.-'.. .. *, -.  Lemon peel may be used to make  an excellent flavoring. Fill a bottle  with rectified spirit and steep the peel  in it. Orange essence may be made  in .the same way. ''  Minard's Liniment Co.,  Limited.  Gentlemen,���������I have used Minard's  LINIMENT, from, t i m e^ to_time_f or-the  past twenty years. It was rccoin'-.  mended to me by a prominent physician -of Montreal^ who called it the  "great Nova Scotia liniment." ' It  does the doctor's work; it is" particularly good in cases of Rheumatism  and Sprains. Yours truly,  G. G. DUSTAN,  Chartered Accountant.  Halifax, N.S., Sept. 21, 1905.  of the servants disclosed to lilm in  confidence that he had the power tit  turning himself at will iuto a wolf  and doubted not but that, if bis master would kindly excuse him for a  while, he would be able to find the  party some provision; Permission being given, the man disappeared Into  the forest under semblance of a* wolf  nnd very quickly returned with a lamb  in his mouth aud then, having fulfilled  his mission, resumed his human form.  In Auvergne In 1588 a noblerann in  returning from the chase .was stop,  ped by a stranger, who told him tbat  he had been furiously attacked by a  savage wolf, but ��������� had been fortunate  enough to save himself by slashing off  ,one of his fore paws. This he produced as a trophy, when, to the astonishment of both, it was fonud'to  have become the delicate hand of a  lady. The nobleman felt so sure that  he recognized a ring upon It that he  hurried to the castle and there found  hte.wife sitting with her arm tied up,  and on removing* the wrappers the  "hand jvns missing. She had to stand  her trial as a loup-garou and. being  convicted, perished, at the stake.���������  Hulme's "Lore and Legend."  if your dealer does not handle them.  Sample box free if you write us, mentioning this paper. Money back if  /���������SIN PILLS do not give full satisfaction. National Drug and Chemical  Co., Dept. N..U., Toronto.  ^ A  TURBULENT VOLCANO.  *-*    Th* Boiling Hot Pools of Taal, In th������  v Philippines.  . The central or main crater of Taal is  First Workman���������Do you understand  this question of capital and labor?  Second Workman���������Well, it's this  way. If you lent me ten bob that  would be capital, and labor .would be  the trouble you would have in getting  it all back again.  SMoh's Gun  ���������vtokly frtopa> oouglu, oanwoold^ koala  A MOTOR JOLT HUNTER.  He Doesn't Search For Cigar and Citfa-  ! rette Stumps Now.  ;    "I um a former cigarette and cigar  I butt collector." said (lie old man. shlft-  I lug a heavy burlap bag from one shoulder to the other.   "Now I am a motor  screw nnd nut collector.    You never  henrd of that?  "Well, while searching the pnvs>  ments and streets for butts live years i  ngo I cume ncross numerous screws .  nud bolts that had dropped from automobiles. . At that time automobiles  were not numerous, but with their Increase I stopped altogether my search  for butts and went into the screw and  nut hunting "business. It pays ten  times ns well. -  "It Is not unusual for me to (Ind  enough small engineering parts that  have fallen from motor cars to pay me  $2 a day. Rich hauls can be made at  taxicab stands.'. There Is a ready market for my stock among small end-  neering people, motor repairers and  the owners of roadside stalls stocked  ���������with secondhand enjdupeiing Koods.  These stnlls can often sell an unfortunate motorist a much needed screw  at a high price. Very often, too. with  my bag of wares,' I hang around the  taxlcabs and make a profitable sale to  a driver who lias discovered a vitul  nut or stud mlssiug' from his cab.  "No more cigar stump hunting for  me. And. let me tell you. I'm no advocate of a speed limit for autos. The  faster tbey go the more bolts and  screws and nuts ihey strew their path  with."���������Washington Post.  REMEMBER  ? for Coughs I Colds  throat and  lunsa.  ��������� 25 eaata.  Sinnick���������"I hear that.the croze for  motor cars has so increased the sale  of a not previously very popular book  that the publisher can't keep up with  the demand for it."  Minnick���������"Indeed, what book ��������� is  that?"  Sinnick���������"First Aid to the Injured." ���������  Minard's   Liniment  Cure   Diphtheria,  Mamma���������Now, Tommy, there is  your auntie. You must kiss her or  I'll put you to bed.    \  Tommy (after inspection)���������Where's  my nightie, ma?  So  popular    is    Bickle's  Anti-Con-   sumptive. Syrup as a medicine in the  nearrj-'rbundrTts diameter on an air line"jTreatment of "colds" and "coughs or" ail-  north and south Is 0.283 feet arid the 'nients of the throat, due lo exposure,  east-west  diameter   7.54(5   feet.    The Ito  draughts,  or  sudden    changes of  lh  To prevent embroidery or sheer material from puckering, baste tissue  paper under the part to he embroidered. . It will easily pull away when  tho work'is finished.  . Boiling brass utensils in n solution  of cream of tartar contninhig a small  amount of bichloride of tin will make  them resemble old pewter.      .  There are, in different parts' of tho  world, altogether about 200, active volcanoes. - ���������  A good blacking, mixed will) whito  of egg, will ri'kton* the .color to kid  shoes and gloves.  A Powerful Medicine.���������The healing  properties in six essential oils are  concentrated in' every bottle of.Dr.  Thomas' Ecloctric Oil, forming ono  of the most beneficial liniments ever  offered to. the use of man. ��������� Thousands cati; testify as to its-power in  allaying pain, and many thousands  more can certify, that they owe their  health to it. Its wondoiful power is  not expressed by its cheapness.  Table silver ��������� can he easily cleaned  by boiling in an aluminum kettle  until it' is bright.  His   Holrlooms  "An heirloom," explained the farm-  nr'R wife to her l.l-yoar-old hoy, "is  something that has been handed down  from fathor to son, and in somo instances g ontly prized,"  "I'd prizi* these lioiiloomH I'm wear,  ing,"' reniaikod tho youngster, "ti  good deal more If thoy wasn't so long  in tho legs,"���������Everybody's.  edge of this crater Is somewhat Irregular,-but Is nowhere broken through-  its highest point standing at only 1,050  feet above sea level and Its lowest at  420 feet  Within the rim are two hot pools,  known respectively as the yellow and  the green lake* and a little active tone  above fifty feet in height from which  escape steam and'sulphurous gas In  varying quantities.  In the smaller lako every few minutes the water,, ln the center Is blown  up' like an Immense bubble, which, rising above the surface, finally bursts, revealing a black orifice and cnuslng the  boiling and very turbulent wuter to assume all Imngluable colors. The aqueous vapor escaping is sufficient to form  a broad, smokellke column whicli Is  visible especially during tho'nlght and  lu tho early morning.,  At some distance and before reach,  lng the edge of the crater, whoro a  view of the bottom can bo 'obtained,  the rumbling sound produced by the  escnplng vapor, under tbe Influence of  tho inyHterlouR subterranean forces,  can be hoard like thiit of an Immense  boiling kettle,  The greatest eruption of Tan! took  placo In fi.'if. The eruption began on  May 'Ul and did not end till Dec. 1.  i During this dreadful time the Intensity  and aspect of the eruption were continually changing, and the four prhiel.  pal towns of the laguna of Hombon dis-  appcnrcd-vlz, 8ala, f.lpu, Tnuauun  and Taal, with the numerous villages  around theni.-.Manila Times.  People Who Work  Indoors With Their Hands  Seamstresses, watch-makers, artists, draughtsmen, and many others,  cannot properly handle their tools  with cold, stiff hands. Many a lost  hour or two on cold winter mornings results from the delayed heat  of furnace or stove.  The Perfection Oil Heater in  a few minutes gives the temperature that assures the worker warm  fcsnds and pliable mtuele*.' The  ��������� ��������� ii ���������  IERFECTIO]  3mokele_������������        -  L-MEA-  Ahulmttly imoblui *ni tiorUu  qulclly glvei beit, and with one klnf of the font burns steadily- for nine houri,  without smoke or smell. Has *tiiomalle������lockln0 flame spreader which  prevents the wick from being turned hi������h enouijh to smoke, and fs easy to remove  and drop back so the wick can be quickly cleaned.  It has a damper top and a cdol handle. Indicator alwaya allows the amouni  of oil In tho font. The flller-cap doei not need to be screwed down; It is put In  like a cork In a bottle, and la attached to the font by a chain, and cannot get lost.  The burner body or gallery cannot become wedted, becauau of a new device  In construction, and coniequently, It can alwaya lie easily ujitmved ta ������n  Instant for rewlcVlng. The Perfection Is Anlehed In Japan or nickel, Is strong,  durable, well-mide, built for service, and yet light and ornamental  Lwtlttt Batty****!. 11 net tt yttn, itrltt/a* aUwifHat t*a*m*  '        h lh fttamtl a/my af tht  The Imperial Oil Company,  UmfkaA,  Paitour'a Revenge.  In Vnllory-lladot'H "Life of Pasteur"  wo road tho story of hla misery. It Is  nothing to nay that, tlio war nearly  broke his heart. Hut It broke neither  hln faith nor tho utralght line of hln  work. Only n aort of rage pohkohhoiI  him to redeem and console France hy  working for her. "Henceforth," ho  wnlij, "evory ono of my books ahull  havo written ou It these words. 'Ho-  venue, rovengo, revenue.'" And thin  wm his rovonge, lo net the nnmo of  Franco In tho houon* llHt of aclence  higher than ever, to give the rest of  lilu llfo to hor Hcrvleo aud to wont' bliii*  Bolf out for her Hiiko,  After a Fa*hlon.  Reporter���������Senator, If I mlatoko not,  ���������,!'..,.,,.,.     f .    I, .'*..  ........ I ...   .1 .... *...  . *.  J%>,tl    tl,...l<    .*,.,!   .11 . ,*    ..*(*������. f'.l. .1   \t**ii~    I   '  twice  In  connoctlon  with  the  presl*  doney.  Senator Lotimiun-Wliy, yen; n London Journnl, I bel love, mice remarked  that If tho ollleo of president of Iho  United HtntoH wan for wile I would  probably buy It.- Chicago Trlbtmo.  temperature, that druggists and all  dealers in patent medicines keep supplies on hand to meet the,.demand.  It is pleasant to take, and the')(use of  it guarantees freedom from throat and  lung diseases. ,|J  Bingo���������"There's a big boy waiting  for you outside the gate, Bobbie,'" and  he is turning up his trousers at.the  bottom.   What' doos he do that for?"  Bobbie (meekly)���������"I suppose he expects to wade in my gore."  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your druggist will refund money if  PAZO OTNTMENT fails to cure any  case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or  Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days,   50c.  Sophomore���������"What are you going to  do when you leave college, old chap?"  Senior���������"Well, I haven't decided on  any thirig dpfiniteVfor the first year  except to como back for' the class reunion." '  Rheumatism, Neuralgia and Wore  Thront will not live under the same  roof with Hamlin's Wizard*Oil, the  best of all remedies for, the relief of  all pnin. ���������  "What is your occupation or culling?" nsked a magistrate of a wretch-  oil-looking man in the dock, wlio was  charged with mendicancy. '"Inventor," was the reply in n horse voice.  "What have you invented?" asked  the magistrate, "Nothing," said tho  prisoner.  An old iiiiui servant who luul been  found by his master to bo dnfloient in  his accounts, blamed tbo butcher for  tampering with liiH book. The gonllo  man of the houso remonstrated by  saying: "But, Tom. figures don't U<v'  "No," answered thu old mnn, "hut  Hunt often flgger."  LATEST   DIETARY   sfYSTEM.  Spreading a One Meal Menu Over tho  ���������   . Entire Day.  Spreading the menu over the whole  day. commencing witb tish for breakfast, joint and vegetables for dinner  and desserts for supper, is the latest  dietary system.  The discoverer or adapter of this  new regime found that it bud a most  beneficial effect ou his own health, and  many of his friends have since become  firm disciples of what they call the  "one-meal-one-course" system.  "Modern meals are too much of a  jumble," said a well known specialist  "Fish aud pork, fruit and cutlets, all  taken at one sitting, must be bad for  one.  "The time necessary for digestion varies with every different kind of food.  "and'it"l*^cert"ain^tifat"thirmo"i^-^""mlx~  our foods the further we are straying  away from the habits of natural man.  "To take a hearty meal of one special dish Is the best,possible method  of feeding, but we have so got into our  four and five"course habits and have  become so accustomed'to what I may  call the ������������������'easant sequence of tbe  menu that It requires a very strong  effort of self denial' to confine ourselves  to oue dlsb.  "But under the 'one-meal-one-course'  idea the pleasant sequence is not forfeited. It ls spread over the whole  day instead of being rushed through  in half an hour. One cun enjoy all tbo  culinary luxuries without overtaxing  tho digestlon."-St. Louis Globe-Democrat. ./  Great.Law Libraries.  According ,to statistics of public, bo-  clety and school libraries' having ft.OOO  volumes und over In'lWW. there are 100  law libraries and llfty-four state libra-  ries In the United States. Tho latter  contain many Inwbooks, but the number has not been ascertained.  Tho 101) law libraries contained ln  J008 a total of l.OTo.OM bound volumes  and (E.M25 pamphlets. Of these libra-  rlos twenty-eight had over 25,000 vol-  umoB and flvo moro than 50,000 volumes.  Tho largest luw llhrarlos In tbo United  States nro,.according to published reports, Harvnrd, with 102.82(1 volumes;  Now Vork atnte Inw library. 88,554  volumes; Association of tho Rnr of tho  City of New Vork, 75,722 volumos; New  York law Institute, 07.308 volumes,  uud Luw AsKSociatlon of Philadelphia,  60,223 vol times.-Host on Herald,  DR. WINTERS  Cures all chronic diseases. Write  him. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing.  BOX 215.      NEW  YORK  CITY.  HEST ANA HEALTH TO MOTHER AM fiMIUl.  Uiu. Wmssi_oWi Sonrnixo Srkur hstsi t>t*u  lUM-d for over SIXTY YKARii by MIXUOWN vl  MOTItUKS (or lh*lr CHILUKliN WHU.H  1KKTHING, wHh PRRKHCT SUCCH-Sa. Ii  ROOTHIW Ihe CHILD. SOFTKNS (lie OOM8  AU.AYSsill PAIN CU-stRS W1NITCOUC. ������n������J  Is the Iseat rrmedjr tor MARKHUiA. It U ������u-  svtltstely harmless!. Ue sure aud suk far "Mr*  ���������Winn's.-*'* tino-hing- .Syrup," sitxl take no ottun  Bind,   Twenty-five eent������ a bottle  Awarded First Prize nt World's Ex-,  position on its Work nnd Methods���������  Catalogue Free.    Address,  WINNIPEG  BUSINESS COLLEGE,  Cor Portage Ave & Fort St. Winnipeg  Strength Counts  in all life's affairs. Strength comes-  of pure blood;���������good blood comes  when stqmach, liver, kidneys and  bowels are kept in proper condition  by a little care and  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  Said E vary where.  la boiM Ue.  EXCURSIONS  to  EASTERN CANADA  Daily during December.      3 monthi  limit.   Stop over privileges.  via  ST.  PAUL OR  DULUTH, CHICAGO  .    . aud  ' D,MUy>.A.V  j    . Will Guarded.  I    '"fVuz yow Kuai'ded In yore conduct  i while yow wuz In teown. sonV" nuked  ! the old man.  I    "Shore tldnir. dud," rolled the boy.  i "J  wim. guarded  liy two perllcetnen  ' WQ'at ur tli* tlnic."  CIiiVuko Ncwj.  i '  Choiut Cewtd tht Cow.  "1 thought 1 would Introduce a real  cow Into my comic opi������ra.**  "flow did It \xot\,'l"  "Didn't work nt nil. Tbr������ mllWmiiM*  frltjlituned tho cow.**~rilUburg Pout.  Watch for opportunities..  Thing* an  test done lo season.  Scott's Emulsion  is a wonderful food-medi-  cine for all ages of mankind.   It will make the  #  delicatc.sickly baby strong  and well���������will give the  pale, anemic girl rosy  cheeks and ricli, red blood.  Tt. will  nut. fiVsh nn the  s.  bones of th������ tired, overworked, thin man, and  will keep the aged man  or woman in condition to  resist colds or pneumonia  in the winter.  Th* Highlit Cloud*.  DurlnR the htHt yenr a nelontlst ot-  Inched to one of tin* bureaus at Wuuh-  Inuton haa beun "���������iiiru������ed In ine-iiHurlnR  tho height..of cIoiuIh by photography.  SlmultfuiooUH pictures of n cloud uro  mado by two camoriiH placed (100 feet  Apart nnd connwied by telegraph wlron,  From tho amount of tllnplncetncnt of  tho cloud cnuned hy viewing It niter-  natoly from each and of Uio ������KX) foot  Iiiiho lino Ita height can be calculated.  Somo of thu "mackerel xky" clouds  photoi-rophcd were aeven and a quar-  tor miles high. The loftleat clouds  wliono elovnllon wan thun measured belonged to the typo known iih clrrim or  "curl cloud," the height of which was  a littlo more than Hoventeen miles.���������  IntiflciH  Olnne  The Doable TracK Route.  Reduced Fares for  . Steamship Passengers.  November llth  to December    31st.  Five montliH limit.    Write   for    full  particulars and doReriplive pamphlet.  A. E. DUFF,  General Agent. Pasflenger Dept.  Representative (or all SteauiHhip Lines  nnd Cook's Tours.  260 Portage Ave. .   Winnipeg.  TANNING AND FUR  DRESSING RECIPES  By An Old'Hand.    ������  How to tan or dress all light fur  skins, such as mink, muskrat, weasel,  fox, fishor, lynx cat, &c.; how to tan  dog skins, sheep skins, wolf skins,  badger, &c, tor. mats, rugs, robes,  ijauritlets, &c; how to dye shciep skin  mats any desired shade; how to re*  move the grease from furs or fur Hkinn  without welting lhe skin, making the  fur as clean and lively ns now; how to  clenn white fur, such as thihot, angora, white rabbit, &c, making them  as white and fresh as new; now to  tan cow and horso hides for coats,  robes, &c,; how to mako easily und  quickly a good tough leather for ru-  P'lirlng linriii'HH and general uao on  the farm; how In care for hides and  ���������tkiiiH that are to he sold, and how to  sell them to get tho most money for  thorn.  Any of tho nhovo recipes will bo  ������������������(Mil to any adilreiw on receipt of 50  cents, or tho booklet complete for  $���������2.00. Address:  AN OLD HAND,  Box 363, Winnipeg, Man.  ron mu** >r irx nm onwr������  *������������������������* rv, ��������������������������� ������r ������*p*r ���������n.f ������'���������'������ ���������������*> i"T ������������������'  h.M.illM H..IIHS ll������������k ������n.| r.Mll.Ms tnh.Ho.ilr.  *Uo*s htuk swiauim ��������� lli.-i i.u. k Law.  SCOTT A HOW.NE  IUW������Wsr������tMSUt>������t.W������������l     T������*������������U,OfU  Canadian Pacific  WESTERN  EXCURSIONS  SINGLE  UM  ���������     Plus $2.00 for the  Round Trip   ���������   ���������>  From all illations In Ontario, Port  Arthur ninl U'i*Nt, Maiiitolia, Kimkist-  i'iii'vmiii iiihl Aliii'iia to  VANCOUVER  VICTORIA and  WESTMINSTER  Tickets on cnl** TWemlwr IS, 16 nnd  17,  Iflin; January 'JO, Ul, 'il and 'A  luul  l-Ylsruary  11, 15   and    lfi,    1911 j  tliU on the ln������it poHslble uutborlty. thnt  irood  to return  within  three month*  the Jeweln of the ilecomtlonH whtch the | from dutc of issue.  , war \am-ttma or, the rikimltartM ������f for-,    A|   ,    ,���������  |t,.(r,.rtt  c>  p   n {  ������ i������ltrn ������������������onrtti Invariably nre found to j ������or f���������jj information.  i lone turned Into paste before reaching j .  i "Uu-ir destination. I "" '" ���������������������������     ���������'"���������"'" '    '  1 W. N. U., No. 82*.  Window WorWor*.  Indualtli's carried on in windows In  full view of |iasNcn������by are Komi money  Milken* In New Vork illy. The rug  weavers, cigarette makcm, prlnton*  and cand.v manors lmve a new rival  uptown, where a hi might lluo hand  knitting machine Iiiih been metalled  und attrnct-nn lot of attention. "Hwcat-  ers while you wait" are a novelty, and  the knitter hast a group of watcher***  i-onHtaurly at bis window. Ur* saya  tho venture is a huccohh ln every way.  ���������Kichiinge.  Official Graft In Ruiiia.  It In snld the hi'lrlt of graft ta ao  nnlvpwil among ltii������x|iiti onVlitl*, and ' g���������nr  THE  NEWS,  CTOPEBLAND, ^TjglL^MMg^  ���������a^f,t<  ���������i i,i   r '���������jr,i''.\ty.'_^yiij_gv.?^j%tt*^*^^  .sji-.I   :v.*������rv   Tnesdav  bv .the  C.-.':-sk*x   &   ^uiAbeflanci  Pub ishmg   Company  \ T.f, j)s.|K������i' will ui������t, i*uld ilw If  v- ���������'���������.'UfciMtf for tlm i>ninit>nai������l: oth-  ���������>.���������, u$ '.nuy ������jtj>ti:ir in iii columns  tiu.11 time to timt*.  ���������H'KSDAY,   F*.o.     iV.li.  Wll,  WATBR N0TIC1.  NOTIOE Is hereby given that ������n  npplication will be made under Part  V, of tha "Water Act, 1909," to ob-  t i a licGDie iathd S*yw������rd Uivuinu ������f  >    t.rh Wator DUtriot.  ���������. Th* name of Oonii.ii.Qy in full Tho  ('    |.b������ll River Powor Cump-t v> LiniUd.  1������ao head office** OsSca at li������r������*r 1 & Rob  e   ������ n, SU F"ri Ht., Viotoria. B.C',  The capital, hotr divided, showing  ���������������' oiut paid av $50.01)0 divide i mio I'M  b -Are* at SIOO.OU ta h. Am������unt laid ������**>  i 40,000.  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner'b Certificate No   (b) The name of the lake, stream  or source (if unnamed, the deaorip-  t . n ie���������Cam, bail Lake-, Vi*"-' ouvm luluuit  (c.) Tho point of diversion; About  Tlie >U"b of C.^-jpiX'il Li. v.  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per Becond)  *" oUb  Jc feet.  c(e.) The character of the proposed  irjrks dttsta ������-"4  lii.ao gait..  (t.) The premlee-3 on which the water ls to be. used (describe same): In  ut 8l)u.������ point ottile land a oan. iht bauk  if tli������Camfibell River, about oun half mi's  l'e'o-r Campbell Rive.- Falls.  (g.) Tho   purpoaea Jor vrhiek     the  ���������������������������iter io 11 hn us*d y.iwcr tut <��������� ���������������  (h.) If for irrigation describe the  lnnd intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage     None.  (i). If the water is to be uaed for  power or minin-j purpoaea describe  the plaea where the vrater Ib to be  returned to eotne natural channel,  nnd tha difference In altitude between  point of diversion and point of re-  Mit.ri Thowate:'is to bore n.nwl to  ������be  for (in cubic   feet   per   aecond)  ao s>itb c t *t  (e.) Tht character ot the propoaed  vi ������m si. i   io d������t.ea  (f.) Tho preinlaea on whteh tha water is to b* uaatd (describe aanna)  At -UmXi- ovintoni ;L< lani aloig the .aak.  of c o CKiapboll riv r uboar. uuo half sail**  below Cuiovball wer Falle.  (g.) Tbe purpoaea for which tba  .������ t-t i������ i.������ be aieu: power *>ur*j- o st.  (ta) If for irrigation describe tbe  land intended to be Irritated, giving  aeraage ..... ,. '   None.  (i.) If the water* ia to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place wkare the water ia to ba  returned to some natural chaaoal,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point ������I r������-  tura; Th* water i������ t������ Iw laturnwd  to tbe  ampin11 riv������r at a point about one nil  ImsIow t a Cimpl������l| tiv������r Fills and the dif  ferame in altitude wiP b* aboat 800 feet,  (i.)Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works'  Al������.������t 850 m e*.  (k.'i Tills notiee was posted oh the  eighth day of J.nnary, 1911, aad application will oi maiia to tha Commias ouur on  tl.-* twenty-fourth day *������f February, 1911.  (1.) Give the names aad addresses  ot any riparian proprietora or licenses who or whose land* are likely to  be effected by the propoaed workst,  either above or below the outlet*.  Tno Bri ish Amerioan. Timber Co,, Ltd.,  of Victoria, RC; North Pacific Luu.br  Co, Ltl.of V*aoouvor, B C: P. Cudal.y.  of Chicago, Iliiaois; lateiBoticinal Timber  Co., of Vancouver, B.C, Eaqaimalt A Nb-  uaimo Raiiway Compauy.  Attach copy of such parts- of the  Company's memorandum of association ae authorize the proposed application and works.  a. Tiie cons ruction or operation af works  or the supply or utilization of wator under  thts"W*e.er Aut, 190:)."  1*. To apply for and obtain under th"  provisiooB ������f the "WattrAot, 1909," or to  purebate or oihorwuaacquire wu' ex record*  or tta'.era licens-a \  Tbr Campbku.'Rivkr Power company,  Likitbd; ti. H, Burns, W. Wallace Griuir,  Dueutora.  P. O* addresi: I������x 72*4. Victor a, B.C.  Carttpboll R'.Vs������*f ist a p~iit ~������irdatumiiB~niil*  *'��������� loir tho Campbell Riv-tr F*'ls ������nd she  d'HVirue ;n al i-ndo will h. n^nt SOO ft.  (j.) Area of Crown l^nd intended to  be occupied by the proposed works:  A ���������  Ul 8*!'.) *i:>*<i-i  (l:.)Thi8 notice was posted on tha  i-MHM.t   ^y of January, 1911,     ri������)plio  tion will be    made to the  Commls-  . us erou tho tw<-ut>-iouitti ������*y ������f i*'ubru-  ), 1011  1.) (live tbe names and addressee  of any rlparip.n proprietors or licen-  ncea who or whose lands are likely to  be affected by tho propoaed works,  .either above or below the outlet:  'J.'iio crofti, the British Aaat*r oa TimbeV  ������>��������� Ltd., of Vi*'ori������, B.C., Nor h Paoifio  Ijtiisihi-r Co,, Lt.l,, of Vtinooufer, l$.t\; P.  Cudnhy, uf Chie.go, Illinois: Interaatioa  tn Ti<ober Co., nt Vac*.! >u er, B 0. '  Attach oopy of nuch parts-of tlie  Company'iG memorandum of aasoda*  tion n������ t-Mfanrttt* the proposed ap������  plifintlon and works.  '-.1 The ooDftruotioa ni operation of  w rk'-r tl** inpply'trutilitatloa of water  ita-'a-Shs^WiterAot, IW9,"'(  ( h) To npt'ly for nnd obtil't uniler the  |i������ vi iioa������ ol tho "Wster Aot, 1009," or to  piuclinn*! or o'hoiwUa noquiru v^ater recur U nr wier lic'n''-t.  Titr. CvM^'nteu. Uivi.hPowkr o-jmpant,  L'KirjsD,  O -1, t.i-u,   'MVhl'aoe tVntiu,  i.i)  B'id.f,.'. H"xVl!4 I)i*eoton.  Viglo'i-s, B.C..  Al'lMilOATlONT. FOR   STORING WATUR.  Tho plaoe of t^o prcpo-ted r*Ht������rvoir for  atjortnK wator Curn|ihu!l Lnkt, Vauoouvor  IitUi.d.  (0 Th* mean*' hy which it (a propoietl tit  i'.h'O th������ wmnr dam an   n n'oo s tea,  |vj How It ii pro|in*fd to ec'iutr* Iho  lnnd iiiii*csy f r titw varposo hy -luinh-u*  a   l i-xprupriii'iuu.  .v, Anproxiinatnly the nun'lvr of aer*  iVi intomlftii |,������'*e imfinivl'-il '20 SlG act*  fe.t. TbaCaiupMiE'verP' r (!i���������Lt(J.  fi. H Hutu-, \V vVnlluoeO'itud  P 0. aiUrS'h.: Hn 721 Viet rla, 11.0.  ^CTrCtJ !;' Vi."i'\.y .?1vt*n thnt. m  i, jllcition v?;ll (���������������. muilit under Part  V. ui tlie "Wat������r Act, W9," to ob-  t *, i.iif,ii.<> -,. iii,,.!'���������. mm* Diraioa ������l Vi<  i..     '.v .it* f)i 'fi������i.  (i���������.) Tbii n.tn* of Company In fnll:  V    Cs,:u?> all f'.lvir rT'-ven'ofu an .LHl  f!.e libhd flct*! OV.**' :t i'lrnard ������<  M   am-. 5U V\H- , *'*u,c  ,\\,r.  '!*'.'. cnpltftl, hot' dlyls,.r.'., ohowlng  .   f. i: .1 ��������� .||.   * .,'".���������       '.) >��������� ���������,'   ���������"  '; iXQ)  -   .<��������� i   ot i*'00 ���������������'���������>*}   *i������i������ un���������.   ptt'i     X\ i  ���������������.)..'   ���������  ,;*! *cir rrlT'nf tjciriifper) r;ee lltn-  i'V f..-:-;'ici.t' No   '.') r'v " ������f 'oe luke, *fre<iiT'  ���������r jfjir**>i lit s.TBJiaji-0, Vas d������"-er1p������  I. * fup*r t'n ���������'. bt*l! < it ������, V i!*. f*r  Ma ���������  (t.) The pMr.t of dlffraio'". At it-a  f'WSt    ,'U .pf-  I* K.*������    I.ISV,,  (d.) The suantlty of ������������������ater appLad  APPLICATION FORSTOliiNG WATER  *. Thuplaeu of the proposed reifttfoi f r  sturing; Upper-Campbell jjake,,yoncouv*i__  laUul.  t. Tha meats by which it ia piropojed to  atoie thu wat*r: Dam and Sln.e-j gates  v. How it is p. tpokvd t<'|ic4uire the laud  necee ary for the pa*pom*: By purohatviand  DXpropriarimu.  w. Approxinintaly the nnmber of acre  (eet iut������udoi to be impounded 19,73'i aors-  '���������ot.  THS CAMrBBLi: RIVKB POWKB CO.,  UMITKD.  G. II. BuiMB, W' Wallace Giime, Uireutort  P.O. addr������ea;    Box 724. Victoria, B.C.  WATRR NOTICK.  Notice ia heieby given that an application wi'l be made aader Part V. of the  Water Act, tofo, to obtain .t license in  the Comox or Nootka Division of Vict-  ori.i Water District.  (a) The same ef the company in full:  The Campbell River Power Comp.my,  Limited-  The head office Offices of Barnard &  Robertson, 5I4 Fort St, Victoria, 11 c  The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up; $50,000divided into 500  ibarasof $100 each; auount paid up:���������  $40,000.  (b) The name of the lake, stream or  source [if uonamcl, the deteription is]���������  Buitlci Lake, Vancouver Island.  (c) The point of diveruien root of But  leu Lake.  (d) The <)uantity of water applied for  ia cubic feet per stcoud 115 cubic feet.  (e)Tbe character et the proposed works  dam and sluice gales,  (f.) Tbe premises on which the water  is to be used describe same: At tome  point along the bank, of the Citntphell  River about ont half mtle below Campbell river Falls.  (k) The purposes for which the water  is to be uied; Power purpose*.  00 If for trrtgatson describe the land  mien-Jed to be irrigated; giving acreage;  j Not lobe used for irrigation,      '  (i) If the water is tc be used for power  or ininuiK.purpose! describe the place  where the water is to be returned 10 some  ���������mural channel, und ihe difference in altitude between point of diversion and  point nt return: The water is to be te-  mixed tu the Campbell river at a pnun  aboitoae mile below (he Ciiiupbeii fiver  Fall* and the difference in altitude will  be about 300 feot.  (j) Areu nl Crown lands intend**! to be  w;-ji,*i h)- the pr.-pjJi"! ������c*.'lr*: Ab������LM  J2n acr**i.  (L) This, notice was posted on the Kev-  i-iitli day of JaniMry, IQM, and npylica-  inn will he inud* on the twemy-tourth  tl������y of February, IQtl.  T'i iiws. ihe nwo und adi!rts������es  ul  any riparian proprietors or licensee*, who  |s r^h^se ImvI* are nkely to bu attected  i hv the piopo-ed works eitrer auove or  ! i^Uif, tho outlet: The Crown, Esquimau  . i Naa.timo U.ttlw*ty Co,  lhe  llruish  |,\ ,'ierii.in Ti nher Co, Ltd., cf Victoni,  11 C, [' Cud������hy, af Cluca^a, Miami, In  ���������err, du n������l Tiiitlser Co,,  or  Vaouuver,  li C, N'.'iiili Htrifu LiisiberC<t; I.id,  oi  \ ������icsi.ser,BC  for the  NEWS  00 a Year  TV  1 '  And Neatly Done,  Attach copy of such parts of the Company's memorandum of association tm  rtutboJize the proposed application and  works.  (a) The construction or operation 01  works or the supply or utilization of  v .iter tinder the .'Water Act, loon,"  (h) To apply for and obtain under the  provisions of llm "Wrtlur Ac 1909," or to  purchase or otherwise acquire water ie-  cords or wntei licenses.  Thi: Camphkll Rivkr 1'owk.r  Com-  PANV,  LlMITKl).  GH Burns W Wallace (.itiMK  Directors.  (I* O Address)    Box 724, Victoria, B C.  APPLICATION     FOR      STORING  WATER.  tsThe place of the proposed reservoir  for storing Unities Lake, Vancouver bland.  t Th* ineaus ny which it is proposed  10 store te .v its.*: I) 1 m and siuice Rates  v f{ tv> ii is proposed to ncquite   the  land necessary for the purposei Bv purchase nnd expropriation.  w Approximately the rtuaib������r of acre  feci to he impounded: 84,000 acre feet,  THK CAMUELI. RlVF.ll lJOWRR COMPANY  LlMITKl),  Ci h Burns        W Waluck Grime  Director!,  f lJ 0 Addresi]    llnx 7H, Victoria, B C  lANDAOr.  V r������.NTn fl.  Fmiu of Notion,  Coaat Dliirlot, 1  Diatriot of RunK0 2.  TAKR notice that. Klsnor Look of Van-  ontivt.r, t'Ooupiitiou Msrrlml womnn, In-  tsmdn to apply for p'rininaiort to purchase  tb* following dosenbtui land*:���������  CoBimfiieh'f. at h (i������it plnntcil at th*  North West corner of Ko, 1, thence North  nighty (KO) ohm", tlmtiee Rait (Hi)) vhnint  thoncd South eighty iM) ohsino, tlmrtflo  Wont (80) ohaim, to pnist of oonnv.nor.  mot>;. eostaiuifir six bund ed rud fo ty  acre*, me^e o������ lt������������.  ELANOR LKEK  Namo of AppHmnt.  UaloJ Jua* 4 th 1910.  Notice*  In the County Court of Nanaimo, holden  at,Nanaimo, between  Hoi'   Llili,  of the Ci-v of Ladysmith.  l'liiintifT, and  Hung Wah, of the City of Cumberland,  Defendant,  To lll'NO Wah, formerly of the City  uf Cumharliind, in the County of Nanaimo, Province of British Columbia.  TAKE NOlTCK ihut .������ plaint has  been entered and 11 summons issued  njjtVinst you.in.the nbuve court hy Mop  Lee of the City of Lady smith:���������  1 For the recovery of the uum of $2150,  the .imount due on it prnmi-sMiry note  made by the defend mt, H unj. With payable to ihe PlnintilT Hop Leo, elated the  6th duy ol January, 1911, payable one  month after date, for the sum of $250.:|  And an order hns been nude tlmt the  publicnti'-ii nf n notice nf the entry of  such planum n weekly newspaper published in the city uf Cumberland nlore-  siiid, for two issues, will be deemed good  and sufficient service of the summon-- on  you. j  VOU ARE REQUIRED m file n de-1  fence within filteen [15] days alter the  first publication ol this notice ut tiicoime  of the Registrar of the Comity Court ot  Nanaimo, .it Nanaimo, and if/ hi 1 ui 0  entor auca (tppe ranee judgment niisy.be  signed iiu-nnsi you, und thu plaintiff may  ;; occrif i" !.���������*','* t'-e riei*f.������o'iiy .ti|m fnr  the collection of this amount,  Hated at Nanaimo, B C��������� Feb'ry an, 1911  (S������d,)   M. Batk,  Registrar������)' thn county court of Nanaimo  J. H. Simpson,  Si-lif'iior lor Plaintiff.  LAND AOT. '  Form No. 0.  Form ol Notleo,, ,  Ooait Diitrict, IU nge 3;  TAKB NOTIOE tbat John Morav-  ic, of Vao'eouvtr, occupation construe-  lor. intttidb to apply for perniisdion  to purchase tbe fclloviig dtaorihet)  laodrt'OommeHCkngrtu prat planted  ab the uorthrait rwn������.*r of Nn l<f, hi-  ing five miltss north and two mi'ea  wrm nf the suntbwfut (turner of No 1,  'hi not north bOahHin*, ihpnce weat  UOchaira, thenoo nouth DO or-niiif,  tbence eaat UO ohaina, tn the finint of  0 mmeiiceiiioiit, cntiuininv ClOnotci,  aureof 1������>ic     JOHN MORA VIC,  Name of Applicant.  DiIkI Jure 0,1910  SAYWAHI) LAND DISTRICT.  District of Snywnrd,  TAKE NOTI015 ihtt Willium  Onl'lvvt'll, ol Lfinnrle, Ont., minint;  mun, intends to npply for permit-  flion to purohiiKi Iho followiiiy do*  scribed laiidH!~-C(tmtrjoncing at a  pout pin tiled nl tlm north weat corner  of Lot 400, Oitrrinuton Bitv, Snywnrd Dintrlcl. tlionce following the  north boundary of ot 400 iNiHtorly  tor 40 ohainH, thenco north zxi  clntinp, thonoo wotit lo ihoahoto iiuu  ihoiiuii Bouthwdmorly und fo'lowinp  tho rhoro lino to iho point of com-  ii.encenionl, oontuining lt'df Ihnn 80  ucro".      William Oaldwkli.,  Jno, Munnon,nRont  |Dft������od Nov, 28th, J 010,  LAND ACT.  Perm No. 9. Porm.ef,Notice.  Coast Diatriot, Rung* 2;.  TAKB NOTICE'that Alexander MbPhto  of Vauoouvur, ocoupatien, oarpanter, in-  toutla to ap-fily (or pcruiiuHioii to purohitio  the following (loconbed luudu���������Cuiunii'iio-  ind at ut a pout vluiilc'l ut thu inrth wt*Ht  enrnar nf No. IS, being four itiilvs, iwu'th  und tlirou miles went of the uoath west oornor of No.l, thomeuortlt 80 ul>aiiii,thctice  wost 80 cliuiim, ilitnuu ai'Wlt 80 ��������� chains*,  llitiioo cant 80������luius, to tbe, point of uoni-  uiuueomeut, ci'iitaiiiini; 040 sur������������. 111 nro ur  lous. ALKXANDKR McPHEK,  '    Nuian ol Applieant,  Ditcd June O'h, 11110.  ������������������������������������������������������MSISSSSSSSHHaMsasllSSSMMMMSSniaHSaaHISSSSHBSSSJ -  LAND ACT.  PoriiiNo.8.  t  Const Ointriet, Rniiffa?.  TAKK NOTIOK tint Nnoml MePhee,  pt Vnnoouver, occupation, married wonun  intoudi to apply for jieruilaiion to pur-  olinBo tho following <l*soril>e<l lands; Coin  nmiioina at a pott plunted at tho north.  west comer ������f Na. Id, boing live mjluw  noi th nnd three mileit weat ��������� f tho south  wostoouior (.f No. 1, thenoe north 81)  olinin������, thonoo wost 80 chains, tlionce  aouth 80 ohnine, thonoo ennt 80 ohnln*-, tt>  tho point nf commencement,coutuiiiiB  1  Wood's Fhoapto&lntt  Thf Ormt MiiQliih Jirmrrly.  TiiWmH rtwl *nvlr,.������ft;enUio wlinto  norvsivti ^,)���������������tO',,'���������  nittl.s-������   inv  itlcd tn old Volii's. Un-* Af'  on: tkbilitu, MiMitlnml ttrain ������Wj J-  mn-t'ififtr '������������������v-ml IK'ftMm-.m, h'mmiiyiit, N*u  milmrrluiti,ttiut Pffixt**/ ^���������'"M������!������r.-'-'^*  Prteetl p������r>f rtx^rlfi. Opawtllpna-te.t.  will cttri flolltiy ell I'niyirlata or malls il)������.  jmfwiftrlv rVimiavr) T������ron*v������i'*w  TJIkB NOTIOB that David Diwion  Mflnr, rS Viii.umivm, neenpttinn. ear pirn*  ter, ititcndH to apply for pcrmi-ssion to pur-  cluw tli" follittviiiK (k'scrihci! latida:--C<*m  ipiti I'ing nt a pmt plsufi-ii-at tha ������>iutis  .tut curritT nf Nc 1 ti't-'ci nurth 80 alittin-.  tlis'tiuc cunt 80 ulinlni������, 'hiinru south 80  cli.i a tlicma wf������t fiOuhiiimt. to point of  osii.iiifiicemitit, (.ositfciiiutu fi<0scie it.or*  i-r I ni,  I>AVIDI������AWHON MII.UR  Nan c of Ap|Iioant.  [Us'.dJutsQth, I91U. I  CIO  vi.ll., ���������'T.vTI' Oi  lens.  VAOMT Maputo,  Nome of Applicant.  Dated Jnno 0th. 1010.  COAST LAND DlbTHlO'V,  Diitrict 01 Ooaol Runun 2.  TAKK NOTIOK that Kdwnrd O  Towtnond nf Vancouver, B. 0 *  gentlomnn, intonds to npply for per-  mlfpfon to purohacc (ho following  det'crihod Inndn: Commencing nt u  ptis*l plnnlud abotit 7 milt is north  nnd 2 milca fiiii>t of Iho *-outliei*.*t  c/imer of CL 3!158, ihpi������e? pout li X0  chniot', 'ht'iicc woitt 80 chains?,  Ilifnct1 norlh 80 chain*, thonoe onnt  .SOfliaim, 10 popt of coir.mouct*'  metit, contnining Mf) rtcros*, mon*or  1.-S0. EDWAHD Vi TOWNSlDND.  D..tcdJulX27th, U11Q. XUH   NEWS/ CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COETJMBTA.  /  APPLICATION POR STORING' WATER  (a.) The place of the proposed reairvoir  for storipg Oomox Lake, B.C.  (t.) The means by vhioh it ia,proposed  to atore the water by a dam at outlet ������f  la***.  (a,') The area of tbe reservoir ait* or  aitaa at each toot iudeoth above the outlet  8000aoroa. .  (v.) Uow is it p-oposed to acquire the  laud neoeasary for the purpose By purchase  ifaiaesasry.  (w.) Approximately the n-amher of sore  feet inteuded to be impounded 80,000.  (x.) Wnether it is proposed to lowor the  wator ia any uaturai like or eUtnliug buoy  of water, and, if so, then���������  I. Tbe anticipated extaut of the lower-  iog Not lo tiered,  .. The means proposed ta> be adopted to  lowor and refill   3, The uuture andcliuracter, in detail,  of the wei'kH propoaed to be constructed to  provide for tlie dtsoiurue and panning back  ���������f the water By concrete d������m with regulating gates controlling the dieoharge.  [Signature]  WEUXiQTOJJ OoLUKRV\(,OMPANY1   LtD.,  W. L Coui.8ox, General Maf.a5f.-r.  (P.O. ttd.ir.-1-wif Vtcsoriu, B.C.  Jaauaiy 16th, 1911.  WATBR NOTICE.  NOTICE in hereby given that m  application will be made imder Part  V- of the "Water Act, 1909," to ob-  tain a aneuue iu mo LUtstu** uf C'luox  Diatriot.  (it.) The name of Company in full:  Wellington Culiiory Ocmpauy,   Limi od.  The heai *ffloo Victoria, B C.  The capital, h >w dmiloJ, showing  ���������mount paid up $i Ot'0,0000 divided iat<>  M.OOO.sjhatesof $100 (JOfsch fullv'paidup  (If tor mining purposes) Free MiA-  sir's Certitteate No   (b.) Tho name of lake, street* or  Stource (if unnamed, the deecriptloa  ts) Puntlo gi River.  (e.) The poiat of divers-ion: At a  poi'.t above the fails on the. Pal) Jed_*  River, Comox Diitrict-.  (d.) Tbe quantity, of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second):  67������.  (a.) The character of the   proposed  wpik.: Generati'g pia<t, power <*o.ke, aud  eleetrtu works, and plaut a d other niaca-  inery sod convonienoes aectiaaary for pro-  -dnomg-psiwtr. ���������   (t.) The premises ob which tha water ts to be used (dtsertbe sane): On  or tu ihe viiinitv of t*io Wellington Colli  ���������ry Company V Ltd. pr������psr;y aud  hold,  iaga in Go-box D t-trioi.  if.) The purposes on which the wa-  tsr ia to lie uxtd: Uausra'tiug eieotrtoi .y,  and :or light, heat, power,. operation of  motor*, engiues, andmohinnry ������fal, kinds  and generally f������r th* exercise rf all powers  an I priyilogsM of a po vtr.co.apany under  Part IX. of above Aot.  (I.) If the water ia to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the plaoe where the water is to be  returned to some natural ehaanel,  and the difference In altitude between  point of diversion and point of return At a ooBveuieat plaoe below thn  Kteaghtoa FaIIs, in tho vicinity outNt  Brown River, Seotioaa 10 aud 14 Tp., 9,  Cainox District, Tbe point of returu is  about 200 feet lower altitude than tbe point  ef dit ecHiot).  (j.) Area of Crown land intended tn  be occupied by the propoaed works:  None.  (tc.) Thia notice was posted on the  sixteenth day of Jauuary, 1011, aud apul -  eatiou will bu made to tbe o������m ni������4o .er  on tbe 28rd day ef February, 1911  (1.) Olve tho naaws and addreeaee  of any riparian proprietors or lie-  enen who or whose lands nre likely  to be affected by the propoaed works,  either above or below the outlet:  Wellington Colliery Company, Ltd.  Attach    copy of such parti of the  Company's memorandum of association as autborlsi* .Mis proposed appli-  eatlon aad work*  (Hignstnte)  Wimjmoton ColmsTr y Goui'iNf, Ltd  , W, L. Coui.now, Genoral Mauaior.  (P.O. address) Viotoria, U.C.  Extraut from the miuor^pum ok xnnnof.  ATWK OP -J11B WXXMMOTON liOLhtKUY  COMFANT,  LIII1VBI),  (a) Te aoquiso by parolusc, grant, lease  or iu nny other msuaer ,...water or  rlgbislo water   [ill To earry on the bmlDosa of   ���������laoi-iio Ujtit, heat and power supply,,,,,  [a\ T������ manufiOtare aui use aa a mnlve  power aleotrlaitv and to mtimfti-fciir*  er neqnlre plant, machinery, nppwat,n*,  ami materials of every kind for the pro*  tluoiwu snd dlstribultou of eleotriolty. ..  11 gaatn-iti, use er dUpoM of supply tr Ah.  tribute ���������Ufltilolty  for llghtitig or  Ui'ii.i* ^a*������'(. iu J lo tuusiiiu^i, lay  dows, eittblixa, inl carry out cables,  wlies,  Hues,  aoouniulslota,   lamps aud  works,  ���������  WXKR NOTICK that VVilli.ai Y. StTlth)  of Vsuuoover, occupatioo, carpsnter, in.  Until to apply for perrali*fr,n to pnrcrn������e  tliu folio**ii g .imorilieil lands:���������CotnitKno*  ing at a pott pltoUd at the nortli eaat onr.  ner ul Nu. I, thenee north 80 ehsti������, thsnoe  east 80 .U1.1t)., tlioisoe nouth 80 chs'ti*,  tkraoa west 80 ehsins, tn puint of 0.11ns...  ���������noomaut, ooinniniuy 6(0 acret, more or  less, WILLIAM F.SMITif,  1 Name of Ayphoant,  Dute-Uuno Oib, 11)10,  Special  Holiday  For Sale by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo. B. C  COPVRI&HTi  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -      FOR   SALE  BY      -      -  Walworth-Rolston Co.   ua  1020 Weetmlntter Ave., Vancouver, B. C.  ������������������  m%%%.  ()���������  a  g*  a  ���������������  to  w  H :    ssi  t> ������d a  < w *  go B  1 s ������  J* mi a>  X : t*t  *���������    *w  ������. s  -  2  si mm  si  $**  iK.i  0    r>   ������  c   * __  a >  **.  S5M .  O c'r*  ri'* Mi  a ��������� =  _������ x 3  + '��������� I a  .2 63 h  m*. 5  ������'ta 5  W M ao  ���������  X  g'?  Im  m    St  a  ������ 8  .2  ���������.  ���������as, s-  -1  *.   m  i *  a   i  B  %  **     sZ  tf\-*  %   _wmt  am.. ^m  a   .  "*!  ,-f.o  "���������I  a  a  M  K  "5;  *t  m\,  s  -C  SB  IS  Sh  i  t*  a  fit  H  ���������A  NOTICE  Any ])������i'ioh or persons, cutting,  romoving or taking atiy blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  ^longing to tiie Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land  of the paid Company, will be pros-  ecu ted to tlie full extent of tlie law.  W. J,. COULSON,,  General Manager,'  ���������  Wellington Colliery Co,y.'  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way cars of  the   Union   fiolliery  Company.I������y any  person, or   per-  Liona���������except tain crew���������ie strictly  probated.   JRmployeea   ���������!������  sub-  ;<>c tuoumist-al for allowing  earn-  By order  WL I;.  COULSQ&,.  General. Manager,  C. H TARBELL  ��������� In Sumnier*  ���������less food is needed than  in winter. But it is essential  that summer food be palatable  and nutritious. That is why  the best of all summer foods it  BOVRIL  RUPSRT LAND DISTRICT  Distriot of Rnpert  TAKE notice that Fadora Mae L<*fa<*.n  ofVaneouver, B.C.   cccujationjWiao**,  iistocdato.app[y for permission to par-  oh ana the followii g d-sorit>%������i laud>: C.-m  mmoiug at at a p <sit planted  sl-out ona  mile noi th and 40 chan s tart of the S. E.  oornerof SaO'ioa 4, Tuwnt-hip g,  thoncr  j north 80 chains, thenee ensc 80 uh:i..a,  thenee aouth 80 chnin*,  thenee weat 80  ohaina to place ot cou.rQcnooiaont, oontiiu  iug 640 wree, m������r������ cr Wna.  Soribed >*n po.t EMLV S.W. corner.  EndoraMak Lskso.v,  D.n Clark, Agent.  Datd December llth, 1910.  MADE IN CANADA  YEAST  AKES  Best Yeast  in theWorld  Sold and  Used  Everywhere  XW.GUleHCo.Us'.  Toronto, Ont,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diattict oi Rupert  TAKE notice that Gardiner Alexander Brady Spencer of Alameda  Gal., ocenpnrion plumber, intends  to apply for rermiapion to purchase  tbe following described landu:���������  Commencing at a post planted  about 30 chains weat ofjthe aouth  east comer of Section 24, Township  21, thence weet 80 chains, tbence  south 80 chaini*, thenee east 80  clinins, thence norlh to couth sooie  of Wolf Lake, thence wealerly along  pouth phore to wear end of la He,  ihence earn along north shore nbout  ,40 clinins, thence north to place of  commencement,, containing 400  acres more or lets.'  Scribed on pom, G A.B.S.'a N.E.  corner.  Gardner Alexakdeb Braqv  Spencer.  Dnn Clnrk. Agent  Dated December14th,1910.  tHIGH GRADE STOVES,  And'iUi KlTCHKNT:UTMaiSlUSJ  Spprtsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for gueatg.  The Oonttal Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the Best of Wines and T-iquors  at the Hur.  HATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  NOTIOK TO THE PUBLIC.  H'lvinu builta largo wnrelionao and mill  nt Courtenay, 1 will (0 fu'uro keep on  litml it nloolt of all Untie of Hay, Grain,  nnd Fdcd at lowoot market Niton. A  npcoioltywill lietnada of.roller oruohod  fond fur huri'iiwliiuii v|l| ma!<c a nsvlnir  of enn tliinl in the oo<t of feed, Orderi  given tlm temnfltfr or by phone will be  promptly Mlltid. Thnuking you for your  pntr iiui(i) iu tho pent and HoHoitinu a eon  tintmnooof iIjuhhiik* on broader lines, I  bog t\> ron.ni 1  Your* to eommmtd,  HYRON CRAWPOUD.  FAIRFIELD  *  H STORE ���������  J. JAGK,  PRor.  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruit* and Tobacco,  Vancouver Ice CreanV,  i; DunnmuirAve.  Cumberland '������  *  *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<>���������������������������  TTNTON S. R. CO., of'ft.C Ltd  Nanaiho-Uniok Hay- Comox - Cami'Iiicm.  HlVI'.ll Kuutk.  8iiilinj.UB uuder���������  Ttvin.iorew Htoa.iitir "COWICH AN"  LutvtH VmicoiivorTliiirmdiiy 8 p.m.  Arrive Uuiou (lor CUDiborlund^ Friday  morning  A'rivtm O.iniox Friday moriiina  Arrivo Campbell Uivor Fritlay noon  lUlurnina!  hv    Comox Fr.iiuy 4 \> m  " Union Bay      '���������   5   "  ������������������ Nanaimo midnight  l.eiiv(ta Vencoavor, Sntnrdav R -.m  Airivoe Ninaimo, Bnturday Iti p m  Arrive* Union, i-tiuul'iy ti tt nt  (for (.'unil>������.run<il  Arrives Cuntox,  .^undiiy 8 a tn    '  Ilotnrulnjf:���������  Iftuvvtit Comox. ^t nday 4 j> m  l^tstvea Um1 s.. HutisJay &111..  huvtit, Niuaitnit, ������i������uday nml i/lit  [���������Si*1 ject 0 ct>������tis-������ wabout. 10 utj.  P.  J)e������lw in  ALL KINDS OF  Fruit, Candy Cigars  \ Cigarettes & Tobacco. |  Bonora Block,  OUMIJRRLANI), M,().  ItUPEKT"LAND DISl'RICT  District of Kupett  TAKE notice that John Henry  KerritiBh Richardaon, of Vancou  .ver, B. C, occupation S eaniboat  Steward, intends to apply for permission to purchaHe tbe following  described lands:���������Commencing at  a post planted about 40 chains'  north.of tbe southwest corner of  Section 3\ Township 21,jhencejreat  .80 cliain?, thence south 80 chainB-  thence east 80 chaini, thence norfh  80 chaina to place of commence,  ment containing 640 acres more or  ItilB.  J. H: KIR'sN* E corner.  John, Henky- Kerkinsh Richard-  ������ON.  Dnn Clark, At>ent.  Dated December 16th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTHICT  Dietrict of Rupert  TAKE NOTICE tlut J1111108 liwlfhaw,  ltUPKKT LAND DISTRICT  Dietrict of Rupert  TAKE  NOTICE    thtt   Adelaide  Eater  Clark    Brown,   of   Brooktteld,   N. Y.,  married woman, inteada to apply fur ftt-  mifliiou to pttrehtoe the followsj-jg desnrih-  edUndr:���������Commencing at a poet pUuted  at toutliweet comer if. Sectioa 19, Town-  ���������hip 9, thenre aorth  80 ol'ninti,,   theace  east 80 ohaittt",   thenee   sooth   80  ehsini,  thence west 80 chains to place of oooanaaa-  ment containing 640 acree mere or lese.  Scribed on post A.E.C.B'i S.W. cor  Adelaide Kster Olibk Bt\owi*T.  Dan Olark, agont,  Dated December 19th, lfi 10.,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice tbat Richmond  Charles BifB of Vancouver, B. C,  Broker intends to apply for per  mission to purchase the following  described land?:- Commencing at  a poat plonted at i post between  fiecti ^ 18k, Township 9, and Section 13, Township 20, th?nce weei 40  chninF. tbence' couth 40 chains,  tht nee weat 40 chaina, thence touth  80 ch-iint*; thence east 40 chaitiH,  thence north 40 chains, thence eaat  40 rh'iint*, thence north 80chains to  piace of commeiicenient, contaiuing  640 acres more or lesa:    **-  Scribed on po������t RCBV N E cor.  Richmond Chahles Bisb.  Dan Clari^, agent..  D^led December 19ib, 1910,  RUF������RT   LAND DiS'lIUCT  Dietrict of Eu;krt  TAKE no������Ke Hint Beiir.:vi Tavern.  Taeker rf VafCMiv-r, ll (\ occi>  pation Kxpre?! Mitjiugi'r 1. *ii.,.i<).  to applv fur pet morion u> *.*ut*chay������.  ihe f'H'uWiiig de-criisi'd luiida:���������  Communcti >* at ii pout plnntod  about UO ch-* ns wre of the f-mh  eaat corne of J?������ictioii 24, Township 21, the ce weat 80 chain?,  tlionce Bouh 80 chaini, thence easG  80 clmine, littnce t.ortii 80 chains  to place if citrimeneeinent, con-  tainii-g 640 acret core or Una.  Scribed on po.t NJB J T'e N.I; *  Betrtram Jamus TauiKR,  Dan Clnrk, agent  Dated December 14lh,. 1910.  +*>*������m am >������> o 1 man  RUPJCRT LAND DLSTRiCT  DiBtrtst of Rupert  TAKE notice   tbat   Marguerite-  Leitch uf Vancouver, B.C., ocou-  patiwn Salealady, intends to apply  for permieaion lo nurcba������e tbe fol*  lowing described lahdi:���������  Commencing at a poat planted  ut tbe nirth eaat corner of Section  34, Townahip 20. thence weat 80  chaina, tbence south SO chains,,  thenoe eaii 80 chain*, tlionce north .  80 chains to place of cnmmer.ee-  ment, containing 640 Rcrei, more  or less:  Scribed an poat, M.L.'e N. E. cor*.  Mabgukhitb LEIICIIi  Dan. Clark, Agent.  Dated Decern bor 16th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND   DISTRICT  Dietrict of Ruqert  TAKE notice that Delia Brooks,  of ��������� Vancouver.    B.    C,   Married  woman, intend-* to apply  for per-  mist-ion to purchase, the following  deFcrihed_lande:-^Commencing-at-  post planted, at the   northwest cor  ner of  Section    30,. Township  9  thence eaat 80.chains, thence south  80 chains*, thence weat M) ohaina,  tliei'cn north 80 chaina to place of  commencement - containing,   640  acres more, or les-*). ���������  Scribed on Post D. B'p N. W  cor.  Della Bkooks,  Dan Clark, Agent.  Dated December 17th, 1910.  of Emporia, Florida, oarptiuttr, iuttnus  to tifiply for permission to uurobate tba  following detonbeil lani's:���������Coimm noiiitr  JOHN.MgLEODS  FOR KJRBT.CJLAHsS   ���������  CANDY,'1 >Ui;iT������.  cmAas * Tojuocoa  NGTlCn It luul, iii.it i\\t,\ iin tne itrt>l  Any ot Doofinlirr next applicatlou will ke  mule tn the flupirinteadent nf Prnrlnelal  Police. Violorli, for the renewal nf the ho.  til Jiosoii to itll liquors by rstail in the  hotel known ai the P������irt Auguita hut el. tit  uated at Comox, B.C. J. H I[i)i.MH������.  Datad October 11,1010.  KOTTCK ii hrreby givan that on tba first  diy nf D comli<-r nf*t apjilieation will lit  mulct to the Snfsrrinttndsntt of ProtHnoiil  Polite, VictutU, (<rthe renewal of the no-  'ul tiuuim** lu ttcll li-^ubrs^by tsuik in Uie  linttl known as the I; true hotel, situated at  Com-x, M." i.onairoB U Uuvrx.  Ds'.-.tUcuUr 11, 1UI0.  .t a post bluntid 2 tuilea m'Mt of the H.K.  cui'us-rof Seoti'in IM, townahip 20, thenoe  north 40 chftiuu, thenoe w#Bt 80 chaiia,  tlunou south 40 ohaine, thouoo eut 80  oliaiua to place vf couiraviicement, oon-  Uiniuff b2o aores more or leas.  Soribed on post J fi's M.K, corajr,  Jamku liniDRnAw,  Uaa CUtlc, agont.  Dated Duoemb'r 19th, 1910.  RUPBUT LAND DWTKIOT  Distriot of Rupert.  TAKE NOTILH tlut Charles Jttdson  Miner, <>f Usucuou, NX,' retired tam-  ur, -lends to apply for perra'Paiou to  pure A'O the followii g dosetibod land*:  Ojiui, O'.cii'ir at a post pluntud 2 mi<oa  went 01 ths BVt cornor of Seotlim 34, Town  i-hip 20, thenoo ut.rtn 80 elutl 6, tliunoo  ������������������ant NO olmiiH, ihence ami tit fill oiininn,  tbenue \������o������t 80 uhaina, t������ plaoe of eoiutn-  e oemsnt osntuiniiisV 040������ore>t, more or  lt'l, (JJIAKUCIsTlJIIHON MlKKB  Hfr b.ul ou poat CJ.U'a dW 0 truer  I)*u Claret, Agout.  DutetlDo tuber lOih, 11)10  ttUPHttTLAKODISTBIOT  Diatriot cf Hii|irit.  TAKB NOTICK tint (}eorgo Cirtutt Li.  rooqiio Miller, of Vimc'iimr, 11.(5., uttoh-  nniualonniufur, into da to npply for pcrmn  sion to pu ulinan the fuliowi g describod  litiids:���������OonimtiMClnu at a p mt plaotsd one  mile enNt of tlio 1 orth ** rat oornor ot Sfot-  iitn 18, Towiiftliip tl, thenee ciiit 80 obnlus,  ihence uor b 40oh<ius, Uieoo \tr.t 80  ohttinn, thouoo auuili 40 chsti'B to placo  of ooiiiinoi come nt CH)utnmiii_r 1121) soioi,  moie orlfH������.  Soribed on pont GOLM'e HW'0orh������r.  QXOHIIH VAltXVH bABOCQPsX Mlld.KU,  Dun Li.trk, A_tttit,  Puled Deembxr gQth, I010   RTTI'WRT f,ANO IHWTRKlT.  Diatrlcl ot Riipert.  TAKK notice thut Hurry Pi*ttw������  Archibald of Vanentiver. It (', en*  liincer, iiilondM tn npply for ferniis  aion lo purchase the following de  ���������oribetl litnds:���������Comnribiioing a I   n  post pi it nl od A ohnins north nf E M  Isoeinn-H southwsst corner,   thenee  uorth 40 chaini, thenoe wo-t  40  cha'tiK,   ihence  eouth   40 cliaint*.  tlience eact 40 ehsins to   place  of  commencement,    onntniniuK   3**0  acres, mor or lees.  Scribed 011 p ist Il.P.A 's S.K. cor  Haiihv Patikn AncifinAfsH,,  Dun Clnrk, nj/uiiL  Dated Da^>  Llth, IU10.  BUPKHT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKK NOTICE that Bdwurd Dyke,  of Biiigbnuiton. NY. (���������o.'Chnmo,in;euda to  upply for perusiasion to purchase the fol*  lowiug doioribod' lnnde:���������Ci<muieDoiuuK nt  a p at planted '-  mile*    w������at   of    tbe  south' eaat ourner of H.o'icn 24, Townahin  20, iienoo we t 80 ohninH,  th.uoo   nouth  yoobniua,  theueo 0tat 80  ehaiui., thttiss  north 80 ohuna tiipl.������o������ nfoiwuisiiatiuitiut,  eoutaiuini. C1U aoron. more or less.  Soribed on post ED's N.U, corner.  Kdward Dyke,  Dan Clark, Aueut  Dated Densmher lOtb. 1910.,  RUPKRL'LAND DWTK1CT  Distilotof Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE tb it Thomas Fredsriok  Tnslter, ftt Vunootivsr, R.C., tolograph  ouer^ter, lutentls to apply for portulc-  aiua to nurohsMU the following described  Innds:-Connnoncing at a i>n?t planed at  the uorth we t corner of 8*o ion 18, Town  sbipO. theuce south 80 ohaina, theme  oast 8(1 uli.ii*-,'honofl nonh 80 chain*,  th������t.oe wo������t 80 ehaiui t<> place cf <hiii>-  meoroniont, ooutaininK Gl'J iwres, uiord  III' li'HN.  Pcribnd on po4 TFT'h N.W e rnor.  TlIOMAH FltKOKIlICK I'AHKKIt,  Dim Cla> k, Agent,  DttedDHiomht-HMb, 1010  Coo^'3 Cottoo Root Compound,  Itxyi (Trent Uterine Tapl*. at|d  only uum ein-sstoal MoaUuir  ilUtfulntoroaytnku women ma  rtopeixL Hold la tliri-e degrecui  pf strunfth-No. t, ft 1 Ho" j,  wdeBt^ititronsjsr,ja������ w.*,  fee aneola), oaaue, IH, por ho*.  Bold \t all drurtwDa, or se*^  mipaid m rooelpt ef peto*  l0ajfoMNTS,6Nr. t)<frtJ$Wm*a1$  M^<'H4'l'iHlvl,'l,4,*lwH*<lvH<'H'>HvHi  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Ed pa.  Fiaher  Spencer of Alameda, Cal., married.'  woman, intends  to apply  for per--  mission to pure-hare the following  deicribed lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted -  at the aouth weet corner of Seetion,  2 Township 21, thence east 80':  chains, ��������� thence north .80 chsim������������  ther'ce.weai 80 ohaine, thence souih .  80 chains' to pl������ce of commenc������-'  ment, containing 040 acres more or  less.  gcrib������d on po������t E F.F.'a S W.cor.  ���������Edna Fiphpk Spknceb   J )a n-Cl a"r krAgon t~  Dnted December 16th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District ef Rupert.  TAKB notice that ll-i.il**. Ashhy  of Vansjutiver, B.O , married woman  intends toapjilv lor rt������>rmi'-t*ion tr;  ���������purchase tha* 'following tlc-scflbB'd  lands: ���������  Commencin(*:at a post planted  At the sou lb east corner of Section  3, Township 21, thenc* noetlt HO  chains, thence west 80 chainp,  thenoee south 80 chains, ihence.  eaat 80 chains to place of commencement, eontaining 640 aerea,  nhn or less  Scrihed on p������st, H A.'s 0.E, eon  Haidkk Aphby  Dan Clark, Agent.  ITated Decemlwr 16th, 1910..  . RUPERT LAND DWTBICT  Distriot of Kuport.  TAKK NOTIOE that Lillian Sbeppard.  of Vanoou'wr, W.C., married wessan. in-,  teads to apply for permiastios te pnr������ha*o.  the tollof-itiK d*soribed lands:���������C.>ir)tn6n  eing at a post plantwd at the aonth  es-st.  ei'ro'r of Btotion 24, Township 91, thsuee  north Bt) ehaiiif,  theaoj west 80 uhaina,  thonot; Bi.u'a 80 ohoini,  tbeaee east 80.  ohsins tii t'lioe af comimwonoomfst, cfla-  tai'iimi tUO sore*, mere or Use.  So-ibtd on pvst LS's S.K. oorser*  L11.MIH SuseraRn.  1 Dsit Clark, Agent.  Dated Dacitaber 13lb, 1B10. -x  1  0  I  >\  tr  ������  to  <  03  r  c  0  73  o  o  I  CD  ****i  GO  o������  (J)  fsssstsl  T5  C  a  t/)  ��������� mm  Ui  CO  "E  E  0  U  v  mml  c-  m~*  Ul  ������**������s  ���������m  <u  if)  *-������  V  %)  00  <  b/i  \am  ci  mm  m*  m*  o  U*i  KUPBKT LAND DIBTRICT  Distriot of Rupurt.  TAKK NOTICE thnt Willis**** Wmlmso  Sheppard, if Vaooonver, B.C., eait.  inot linker, iolondM to anply for porosis-  sion to puroiiiiitt tbe follovinnr dtneril������d  lisndii-Comineuoidff nt ** P1**- plntHsd om>  mils west of th" wmthsasi oornor of fW-  HonM, Towns-hip 21, thenoe north W>  ohi*in������, tbsBoe west SO ehsios, thenco  south 80 ohaius, thenw oai-t SO ehaies to  plaoe 0/ eomuaonoeinsnt, oontuining MO.  aoreM, moro or lo 0.  Soiibedoa post W W8's AT!, oormir.  WlttUU WaDMA.V fiHBi'PsWID,  Duo Olurk, Agttit,  Dattd Peennher 18tb, 1910.  RUPKHT^HoitfriicT  District of Rupert,  * TAKK NOTICB   that William Kend-  riokTasker, nf V-nooov'*rH.O. ninnu'nr'rir  er������ ������������enr, intttnda f^t npplv fo n������*rmt nfi.t-t ;  to purohai* ihu Mlowin(i* tttauribed liimb:  I'inuift-i Clifi nl   4   {uuI  flf U)t 11 bout I.  it"!*sa   of tliu tiisrtbwcat corner of am.*  ti"n 18, Town 1 ip I) th������nas������sst(U)ehaifin  li ������.,<���������������* r������������������it'������ 80 -*h������ln*| lliuidsi  tseit 8(>'  rlmiiis, 'Imuo-i ws-rh SO ������h������i< a to pbeet-f  oommeito mmr,   em tuininff   xUCi   tor a  l(������s������������i 1*1  tl"������l.  .Suri el  ���������  -uni W'KTs N.W. a-rr*r,  Wn.i.usi Kkkdhicic TaBK������n,  |)4ti Clark, n.fn-.  Dut-J> I) tHi-tUt ltl'.h, MMiV  RUlM'l?rLANDI)W������ui0)     ^*"  n.-t ���������tt.tnx-..,t-*  TAKK NOTiC.-!',  1h.il   \MtU\U Monl,*  t'li'ts,      -sf     *',, i-.rjt.ir,    'T.   (",,  ei r's. Iii ������i).)������ In n\i,i]y I a j/ in.1** 11 s ix>  tireliase lit> f.sl .vv <i* 1. ���������������% .!������������������ i'i '���������! ,i   ���������  i'*.ssn*' ������itlU4 ������t <t |.* *'  |'!<i'.l'''.' ������    Wt t ��������� I  r,  ������������ei i*ron������t i.f "Art si .l's. T"������v i*.ip i*P,  thr eesftt- 8<i etsiiia. tea <m * .*���������* u,  ���������-V inv iImuo'   norVt ft' u; <eits,,  t;-s*n.������,  WIK.t   W*h  b*.    rt   tfsWs    Of    C"V3*tlt,������ttV.*..  we !, o������ii tninliffGiiWur*K aiirr. <j \a.**\,  ft'rlb s������ im p������ m| iM'������'N W. i-attiur.  sA������yiia MoNi;nntJ������*i,  .    ,Dsts������tatk, A$tm**.-  I> t'dlx.i'si.lsr lOlIu  lUftL  4sHVHK-iHt-M^frt-H | li |������H# THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  W  t  FIREMAK OWES  TO  FftM-BUK  George H. Duffus of Robertson St., Fort William, a  C. P. R. fireman, says: "The water gauge.of my locomotive  burst and scalded the whole left side of. my face terribly. I  had a box of Zam-Buk in my pocket, which I was using for a  sore on my lip, and when I had recovered from the first shock  of the accident, I produced the balm and had it applied freely  to the scalded parts. "I was suffering acute agony, but within  a wonderfully short time Zam-Buk gave rne ease. I was able  to continue my journey and upon reaching home, I obtained  more Zam-Buk and continued the treatment. Zam-Buk acted  wonderfully well, and in a few days had the wound nicely  healing. I don't know anything so fine /as Zam-Buk as a  healer of burns, scalds, cuts, and similar injuries, which  workers are so liable to, and, in my opinion, a box of Zam-  Buk should be kept handy in every worker's home."  Made it Run  Sportsman (having emptied both  barrels at a rabbit)���������There' Jacob.  I'm sure I hit one!  Jacob���������Well, he zurtainly did zeem  to go faster after you shot at 'im,  zui'-rPunch.  ja������61RfifflCU^J^mi*W������;fc*-' '.-;>i^\ v. {si?.;      ,  'The  Roman Guide (impressively)  ruins of the Coliseum!"  ' Seattle Man (astonished)���������"Well,  what'do you think of that! Why, I  saw photographs of that heap twenty  years ago." - /  Roman Guide (loftily)���������"Quite likely- sir."  Seattle Mnn���������"But why in thunder  aren't'those ruins cleared away and  a modern coliseum erected ?"  m&L  Zam-Buk will also bo found a suro cure for coid sores,  chapped hands, frost bite, ulcers, blood-poison, raricoso sores, ���������  piles, Bcalp sores, ringworm, inflamed patches, babies' eruptions and chapped places/cuts, burns, bruises, and skin'injuries generally. All druggists and stores sell at 50c. box or  s. post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, upon receipt of price.  FREE BOX  Bend this Counon  and a lo. stamp to  Zam-Buk Co., and  frets trial box of  Zam-Buk *wiU be  mailed you.     ;/  "My uncle used to smoke his pipe  end blow smoke rings that would float  across' the room and ring the doorknob." '.���������*.���������  "My uncle," said the other: liar,  "used to blow some that would ring  the* door-bell."       _.  YEAST CAKES  MOST PERFECT MADE  We know and users of Royal Yeast Cakes know that these  are the best goods of the kind in the World. Bread made with  Royal Yeast will keep moist and fresh longer than that made with  any other.   Do not experiment���������there is no other "just as good."  Wmiiwk  Winnipeg  C. W GILLE7T CO. LTD. Toronto, r nt*.  Awarded highest honors at all Expositions.  Montreal  No.'  ���������*sa   <   ma   ��������� ��������� art    ���������  v    ->>V ������������������  itn^vutnnj  MADE IN CANADA  r**m  mr*^ti*-rx*KCtw  fl ��������� ,    ara      ju>       rv        tm       fan        ���������*-        f.       ������M*OCD  v*.mUmm-1***ar\fXxy%Httr^^  One Sunday morning a "minister's  wife saw her son chasing the hens  with a slick. She .went to the door to  investigate, and heard him' say. "I'll  teach you to lay egg's in a minister's  family on Sunday morning." "'"  "How do you do, sure?" said a;  Frenchman to an English acquaintance. "Rather poorly, thank you,"  replied the other. "Nay, my dear  safe," said the Frenchman, "don't  thank me for your illness; I can't'  help it."  " The following is a. copy of a bill  posted on the walls of a country vil-  l"g2:���������"A..lecture will be delivered in  the open air, and a collection will be  made at the door to defray expenses." :   ���������  MINISTER IN EMBRYO.  Remedying   the   Injustice  Clerk���������Can't you raise my salary to  the same as Boggs'? I do as much  work as he does.   I think it's unjust.  Boss���������Well, 111 reduce Boggs' salary to the same as yours.  When She Went Home  "Polly,  I met an old friend today  whom I hadn't seen in years."  "You didn't  ask him to dinner?"  "No; he said he was hungry, so I  took him to a restaurant."  Is This  Your Boy  Who at tender age must face the  hard, cold world without, preparation or protection.  No. You could. not .think of such  a thing. And' yet, would you neglect  your health ns you do if you-'Waited  to think of your family and how they  would get along without you.  You have not the old-time vigor and  energy. You go home tiy.d and worn  out, feel cross and irritable, lack the  old-limb smile nnd good cheer which  brought sunshine into your home at  your arrival, ''  You don't sleep well,,the '.brain is  not so clear nnd active,, little .things  annoy and worry you, in short the  nervous system is exhansted. You  know this, but do not want to con-T  suit a doctor, and scarcely "'know  whnt to do.  Use Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, It  cannot fail tri do you good, for it is  made up of the elements of whicli  your rundown system is most in need,  Tli rough the medium of the blood it  Bends new energy and vigor to every  organ of the human body,  You can feel yourself gelling  stronger every day. You cnn jUreve  it by noting your increase in weight.  ������������������"Vim will sleep "bettor, appetite and  -digestion will improve a'nd .you, will  'feci again the courage and energy  which cnn only exist side by side  with good lieiilih nnd slowly nerves.  You can put n stiip to the wasting  process today by beginning tliis trout-  mieiit, You need not let delay bring  you it dny nearer to nervous eollnpsc,  This treatment is not a stiiiiuliint  to whip up tired nerves and brail*,  It'cures in iinliire's wny hy (illing the  .system will) rich., re I blood. It will  not. cure in n dny but, iu bcucfllH are  natural nnd lust inn  once on your pnrt i  tiers.  Dr, A, \V. CI'iikc's Ncrv.c Kuin  cents a box, ll boxes fur $���������_,&(������, nl nil  dealers, or V, Inumsoii, Unlcs nnd Co..  Toronto, . I'oi'lrnit nnd Hiunnturi- i.f  A. W, Cluisc, -M..)., the fiiiumis lie-  eeipl  Monk nuthor, on every box,  Jumping nt Ooncluaions  "I hnve declined iiuirring" pritpciM-  iiIh from live ineii," snid the fii'i*  widow, "Have you?" her friend nsked. " I didn'l suppose your linsbiind  had hern as licnvi'l" Inxu'ivd tin that."  ���������Cliicii|.'(i  liei'iir.l-Hi'i'iil I.  The-Modern Store.  A womju^ shopper stopped at tlie in-,  formation desk in a department store.  "Please take down my'name and address," slie said to the clerk. "I expect to betiu tbe store for several  Lours. : I" left: a very sick sister at  home. If she should grow worse.lt  may be necessary to summon me. ' I  shall lie most of the time either in the  ready made suit department Aor the  dressmaking department or the trimmings department. If you get a telephone message for me, will you try to  find me there?"  The clerk wrote (domi tne name and  .address He���������see_m(*d__in__uowise__sui_  prised at the* request, hut another shopper standing near hy was surprised.  "Has tliat ever happened before?"  she asked.  "Lots of times." said the clerk.  v"Mauy people Who go shopping leave  their names at the* information desl*  the same as a physician does at a theater, so that they can be found if  wanted at home or elsewhere. When  they leave the store they report at the  desk so we, may know they are no  longer here.1 "In a big store like thii*  "it Is pretty hard to put your linger on  n particular customer,', but by cnlllnj-  0(11 lhe name theater fashion It can be  done."���������New York Sun.  George-  alKdead!  JvOssus-  ithey die?  Geerge-  Missus.  -Missus, they little/ pigs lie  -Lawks, Garge! .How..."did  -I think they   died,   'appy,  With   pcrsjsl-  will work won-  W),  ��������� An Ignorant Lassie,  A highland landlady, chatting with  'ix neighbor, told that one of the village  girls was just married and opined that  she had been "an auld maid owttr-  lung" to take kindly to matrimony.  "An mild maid," she added, "Is like to  he nwl'u* Ignorant where men folks are  concerned." '  '���������'She Is Unit," nssenled tho neighbor ..,  "Do ye mlud my hiislmud'S brltherf  lie wns n scliiilliiiaster, u weel built,  weel faiired man, as ye mny ken. \vl'  bhild shoiithet's an' gey tall, A'weol,  Sandy MoLenu's inltlier had a gather-  In' nf, her hoose one'e'en, im' when  thoy a' en in' to: gno their ways'Inline j  the men talk tlie iiuilds an' snw llicin  to their hldln' places. My lii'ltlier-in  law lull; an mild ninld wha Iceeplt a  wee shop In the toon. When .thoy  reached their Journey's end lie nye bent  to kiss her elieek. as was the custom  In see-In' lianie. Noo, .leniinot, llle n tl Ut  ninld, was In a gre't llusler. 'Oh, Mr.  Cameron." says she, tin* she wns all In  n troiiiiiile. 'what um I to daoV Must  I lift m.v vi-IIV*"  0 frost, be warm; dear snow, don't  fall;  And shrieking winter wind be mute.  Remember, what I wear is all  1 have to wear; my outing suit.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Garget   in  Cows  "Well,* how do you think you'll go  on?" said the. sergeant to a recruit in  the police force, who had been told off  for night duty. "Oh, I'll be all  r'ght!" he said. "My mother's coming round with me for the first night  SMehb Gun  MlostlT atopa coughs, nrn colds, heala  tturo*t>ad lungs.  "Do you mean to say thnt you  flirted with your wife all the evening  at. the masked ball and didn't kriowj  her?" "That's right. But she was sot  deuced agreeable���������how wus I to know1  her?"  Corns and warts disappear when  treated with Holloway's Corn Cure  without leaving.a scar.  In Training  Greoning-^I sny, -old mnn, you're  looking tain, Aren't you eating any-  thing? ������������������'������������������..  . Browning���������Nothing but soup. I'm  in training for a'new set of teeth.���������  Chicago News.  Bo frank and you will be friendless.  After 20 Years of Intense Sufferings  Troubio nt the Miisoum  "What is Unit horrible sniell?" asked the malinger,  "llle llVIII*.' .skt'li'l'Ul fit I lei tile in-  il'iii-nu,)ii i' limit n ''iibb T ir-ck' :in'l  he's hiiniiiig with indignation," explained the (ibi'Hc lndy,  ^f^%^t*^  frlDNEY  Must Chon*zB Name Again.  Ontario hna almost forgotien the  story of David Kidd, thn Toroubi  evn ngo I ist, who, for thn rescue iu Chi*  oiigo of tho 'daughter of an Aumiilinn  millionaire from a lifo of shame, wiih  to "Ito presented with thoii*������ni!d.������ <tf  do'lhii'H for the building of ii rescue  home for women in Toronto, .The  daughter died, and the Austnllim millionaire adopted David Kidd ns hi*  won on the condition that he tnko his*  adopted fiither's nnnie.  Accordingly, n deed poll was neeii'i'd  at Osgood-- Hull, and David Kidd he  came David Hum, Then Dnvid Hum  Mi sail foi' Aimtralla to get the money  for the grent work in Toronto,  'I'i... ;'n>-" I" ri"-(ilb',d by fho nn-  nounceiiien'!, at Osgoodn Hall that nu*  oilier deed poll Iuih been M-curod io  cliango hiu naiiin again, Hu linds lliat  he should be Hums, instead of Hum.  nud to effect tho change tho wheels!  of the legal machinery had to bo tut  in uuiti'.n neniti  Alphabetical.  A capital irolfnr wnH (}.  Ilo drove from it capital T,  And tho words lio li*t full  When iHldruNRlnD* llm ball  All Utitfiin with a capitul Ul  -tM*.  Modern Science.  First  Fool���������A I ivnyn nornetliliig new  nowadays.  Second I'ool-Wlmt now?  V'irst Fool���������Tliey have jimt made  Rlrl ut Rtnlth a fellow.-Ynli������ Ilocord.  rHBJ?  W. N. U., No. 828.  Queer State of Affairs.-     J  Via nr������ told tbat love Is blind,  Vet wo know 'tis frtto  Thut love can aati upon one ehnlr  siutllclent room for two.  -Chlcejo Neva,  "I hnve boon nilllrted for twnnty years  wltlt nn nlmtliiutfl hUIii (IIhoiinii, ciillml by roiiiu  M. D.'s. psoriasis, and others li*|iroity, com-  tiioncliiir on my Hculp; and In Hplto of nil 1  could do, with tlio help of tlm mont ikllfnl  (locloi'N, ll hlowly but surely lalcndi'il until n  year aito tills winter It covornl my cnllie  porsoii In tlio form of dry snchIoh, I'or tho  last three years 1 lmvo bona iimilili* to do tiny  labor, and mifTndng lulonscly nil the tine.  Mvnry mornlnir tliere would be ninrly n dtiiit-  latiful of senlt's iitkna from thi* kIkcI nn my  )od, soinii of tliein half its Inrpe an (lie ctive-  ,op������ coiitalnlin*; tlii-t li'tttir, In tlie Intler pivrt  of winter tny twin cotiinuncrd crtirkliiR npsm,  I tried cvcrytlilim, nlnt&svt, tlmi rould bo  thmiRlit of, without nny ifllff, Ilie Ittli ol  Juni������ I r.tnrtpil West, In Impeti 1 eniild rciicli  tlin Hot Mnritiipi. I renrhed Detroit und was  so low I tltouulit I should hsvo to 1:0 to the  hoNiiltii), bat; finally not ns fnr nn I.umltiK,  Mlcli,, whero I had a MMcr llvliii*. One  Dr, -���������treated me about twowceltn, but did  me no Rood. AH thouijlit I hnd but n hliort  time to llve,.M earnrntly prnyrd lo din,  Cracked tlirouirli tlie skin nil over my buck  aorofiN my rlbn, arms, hands, HniliHifest bndly  swollen; toe-nalli eame off! flnper-nnlls (lend  and hard as a bone; Imlr ririifJ, dry and lliVli'Mi  as old straw.   0 my aodl bow 1 did suffer.  "My sister, Mrs, R, II, Davis, Imd a Htmll  part of a box of Outioura In the home,  mho  wswiilu l sjivo siii, xusd, "iii: ..uiiiji. ,,,������.  Homo was applied on ono liomf and turn.  iMitsikal lltete v,ti* iriii't; ������(.i|.|>i..| (list i.n.,'n'.!  bnrnliiK censatlon from tbn word po, 'Ihey  Immediately Rot Cutlrurn. Itetolvriit. Ointment ami Hoap. I rnmntenci'd by titklnRonn  tablespoonful of Cuticura llefolvent threo  times a day after meals *, bad a bath onee a  day, water about blond beat! need Ctitlettra,  Homifreelv: Applied CIiitleurA Ointment morn-  Hn andeveittrstj. Ilihnii! HlmiiiilVoinyliuiim  In Jutt six weeks from tbe time I.left, and  my skin an smootth as this Mieet of tiapcr.1  Illram E. Carpenter, Henderson, N. V."  "We heroby eertlfy that we ere orqnalnted;  with,the aroresald Jllrnm K. Ciirpcnhi, nnd  knuw Ills condition to have been ns Mnted.  We bel eve hu statement to be true In every  particular."   L. It. Hlmmons A Pnu, Mer- .  elmiits; n, A, Thomp<on,  Merelmnt: A. A.,'l  DivvH; Millard  h.  Joiner,  Merdnuii; Joint  Carpenter! A. M. befllnewfll, Atloiney and  Coniiitclor-at-law, nil of lbnden,firi, N. Y.      !  The  above re mar its hie,   tentlm-Mildl  was1  written January 10, issn, snd Is rrpulilii-lied;  ;   berauie of   the  permanenry of (lie eure,1  ;   Under dtste of Apiil 2a, 1010, Mf.Cnrwuter,  wrote from his present   borne, fllO Wnlnut  t     fit.  8o.,,  Lamlnir,  Mkh.:   "I" liave r.s-ver*  suffered .������������   return   of   the   pKirlwIs   and  altbmisjh *m*ri*f -retir* Y.t-.t <t,t,i.uif  I  t,n\e'  i   not forjrotten trie terrltile nifletliK I enduredi  ,   talbtt utsUiK tut Cullcum. lUi.mi',-is." i  i      filnretbl* rare was made by theCutlmrsv  '   Ilemedles, they have made their wny to every!  ,   part of the rlvlllsed world.   A fl''.|is������o li������>ok-  ���������   let deseflMniT humors and sffectlmis of Die  ������kln *������til t<e m������lle������l tttt in tbo������e df*thr,������t fi.r-  ther itiformstlon by the ."oiler nruijiCliem.  leal Corporation, Uottoct, U. 8, A.  Joseph E. Armstrong Is Now High In  His   Party.  One result of the reorganization ol  the Conservative party in the Canadian House of Commons, is" that n  number of men whose names have l  not been hitherto very well known outside of their own constituencies, Ottawa, and the inner political tdrcles,  have, been brought out into the limelight as prospective ministers when  the time shall have come for a Conservative leader to form an adminis- ,  tratibh. Among the promising new]  material thus brought to the attention '  of the people of Canada is Mr. Joseph  E. Armstrong, M.P. for Lambton, who  has been selected by Mr. Borden as  chairman of the committee struck lo  keep a watchful eye on the Government's administration of the postoffice.  Mr. Armstrong is 'something more  than a mere successful politician. He  is a sound business man, and a social favorite���������a man of splendid appearance and personal magnetism,  that subtle quality which was such  an important factor in Sir John Macdonald 3 career, and which is so sel- ���������  dom possessed by aspiring politicians.  Mr. Armstrong ��������� handsome, distinguished, jolly and kindly���������is one of  the best-liked -men in Paftiament;  whilo among-.the "sessional women"  at Ottawa there is no more attractive,  personality than-his wife. The A>m  strongs have rather held themselves-  back in' Parliamentary circles hitherto; but now that.Mr. Armstrong has  been accorded, official position in his  party, more "will be heard of them.  -Mr-.������Armstrong_is__forty_-six_y,e_nrs___pf.  age, and a native of York County,  Orit. His father, was an Irish-Canadian, his mother an English woman.  He is an Englishman in appearance,  and an Anglo-Irishman in character,  being characterized by a keen sense <.f  wit and a dogged determination to  carry out whatever he sets his mind  upon. Mrs. Armstrong is a native of  Chester, Pa., her father, James Shelly  Phipps, being descended from the old  colonial family to which belonged the  Admiral Phipps, wbo commanded the  Anglo-Colonial expedition against New  franco, which retired , somewhat in-  gloriously from before Quebec, when  old' Count de Frontenac sent back his  answer to their challenge to surrender  hy the mouth of: his cannon. Mr.  Armstrong's chief business is the production of petroleum . (he lives at  Petrolea), but besides his extensive  interests in that profitable industry he  is a manufacturer, and nbo conduct.-  farming on an extensive and scientific  scale, lie was unsuccessful in hi-  llrst attempt to gain a sent in the  House of Commons, heirig defented in  the general elections of W)6, He wni*  lirst elected at a bye-election in Feb  ruary, 10(14, and has held his seat  diuce,   Italian, French, Spanish Confections.  It wna not from cither Italy or  France that wo got tho host confectioners In the earlier days of English  cookery. Spain, notably; Toledo, furnished England with the most cele-  brated pastry., conks, or pasteloroB, iih  they are called, though we have slnco  looked most to France for thoso art-  Ista, Under the patronage ef "Hloody  Mary" ami-of Queen Henrietta Maria  Spanish methods nourished npaco In  tho court ciilslno, We tend that whon  Mary entertained the Pi'Iiicohb' Elizabeth nt Itlcliinond In Ilie summer of  15i"7 a Hiiinptuons lianipiet wns served,  in wiilt'h there was Introduced as an  ornament a pomegranate tree In confectionery work hearing the nrms of  Spain, showing Mary's Spanish lonn-  lngn In a ru ther ostentatious fashion.  These Spanish and I'oi'tujjiioHo confoc-  Honors wore very skillful, In tho  comedy of "The Sim's Darling." by  Ford and IVcUor-lirst acted H123-24-  tho Spaniard, who Is ono of the dm-  miitle persoiiH, declaros hlmsolf "a eon-  [ fecclanndor, which In your tongue la  it comfit milker, of Toledo." 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We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  the West. Wc Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.     :     :  Order From  Nearest Branch  ____UW_USS*I >  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  r^  , i  THIRTY-FIVE years ago I wrote  and published a Familiar Talk  under the same caption as that  which heads this page. I quote a  paragraph as an Introduction to the  letter which, serves as the text of today's chatwlth practical housemothers:  *-������ "I have said nowhere that a woman  Is the best judge of what her husbam  should appropriate from his gains or his  fortune for the support of hla family.  But he stands convicted of a grave  error If he has chosen from the'.whole  world, as the keeper of hla honor and  happiness, a woman whom he cannot  trust to touch his pursestrings." (Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea, p. 304.)  After reading the bonaftde epistle  from a woman who was ln the nursery  when those lines were penned, our  members may Judge what effect the  twentieth century crusade In defense  of the equal rights of women has had  ln modifying the views of the average  , "John" with respect to his wife's fitness  to manage household finances.  "I am wondering-" if my domestic  problem can be solved in your 'homey' .  corner? Various plans' are submitted  for large families and small, living upon  very little. Are any of these expected  to live upon nothing per week? If so,  how Is it done?  "My husband ��������� unfortunately ��������� has  never been brought to see the wisdom  of a household 'allowance.' "  (I need not explain to my fellow-  housemothers that the term signifies a.  stated sum placed regularly in the  hands of'the wife to be used at her  discretion for family expenses.) .  "No manner of argument could convince him that the woman, wife and  mother is the household manager who  has the hardship of preparing meals  that will give the best results to a growing child who needs proper food. I do  not. wish to bring a case pf domestic  Infelicity to you, but If there be a possible solution of my problem and any  beneficial advice* to be obtained along  this line, I should be very grateful for  either or for both.  "The man of our house watches advertisements, and tries to procure  ���������marked-down' groceries. These, we  all know, are seldom to be recommended as health-giving food. When  he brings home a strip of (marked-  down) bacon and a peck of potatoes,  he considere that he has provided for  the sustenance of the family. He does  "~air~the~b"uying7*even~when~I'charsce^to-  be with him. If, on Saturday night, he  t-an And vegetables, fruit, etc., selling  ,at a bargain���������because the dealer sees  'fit to let them go rather than keep them  over Sunday���������my lord and master buys  them in their much-handled condition,  and expects them to last until next  Saturday night brings another opportunity'of exercising "wise economy.  . "No money is offered me during the  week for the maintenance of the table,  and if It be asked for it is grudgingly  handed out.  "You will admit that this ls hard; on  a housekeeper and a mother, especially  upon one who has pride In her home  and a deslro not merely to keep tip appearance-}, but'fto. provide good, healthful, nutritious food for hor growing children. The 'cdiVstarit worrying' of Just  how to mnnage on nothing Is nerve-  racking nnd strength-reducing, If you,  or any of your renders, can supply a  key to the riddle I shall be a lifelong  debtor.  "Furthermore, ln connection with the  v Above,   I wish  to Innulro,  should  the  money allotted to clothes and household  furnishings bo Included ln the allowance  lh the' profession 'a newspnprr ttu.~������������.������.  That ls, I have a department ln a religious paper that brings me In $25 per  week. My husband has a salary of J2500  per annum. I was, 1 confess It, madly  In love with him when we cast in our  lot together for life. He had told me  of his shrinking from the thought of  my 'doing any outside work' after our  marriage.' He was almost morbidly sensitive upon the subject, having been  brought up according to old-fashioned  Ideas respecting the sturdy oak and  clinging vine pattern of wedded felicity.  To salve his chafed sensibilities I__made  over my legacy to him and transferred  my bank account to the same personage. 'It hurt his pride to see checks  drawn In his wife's name.   It looked as  If he co^Jd not support her."  "A few months after we were.marrled  I suggested that he make me an allow  ing father of my children. Do I respect  him? Respect died long ago. Love is  the more robust of the two.  "If the story poured forth from the  depths of a sore and throbbing heart  "They are not pirates by nature."  ance for domestic expenses, That, was  a cruel blow to his sensitive soul! He  declared that he would hand over to me  every cent of his earnings and never,  so help him heaven, touch another cent  of my money!  "Judged by his standard, the,request  showed lack of confidence in his business talents, his jtiBtlce, his honesty  and, worst of all. in his love! When he  demanded, tremulously, whnt ho had  dono to provoko my distrust, I fell upon  his neck ln nn agony of contrition, and  begged pardon, etc, and all the rest of  It. To cut the story Rhort, from that  day to this I have never hnd a dollar  that was not a gift from him. I do the  marketing, but ho pays the bills, after  rigid Inspection and not a littlo faultfinding. I, at his request, have tho  checks from tho newspaper office mado  out to him. 'It Is more' convenient!' I  alloged when tho cashier looked his sur-  may move some other man to treat the  woman he has married���������avowing that  she was his honored equal���������less as a  child or a mindless slave, I shall not regret tho revelation.  it with other tales founded upon what I  have seen with my own Indignant eyes.  Said a woman to me thirty-odd years  ago of a lately widowed relatlve-in-law  wha had, by the terms of her husband's  will, come into the possession of a large  estate:  "It was very unwise in,him to leave  it to her without providing trustees to  take care of the property. Why, do  you know, she never'wrote a check in  her life? She has to ask her brother  how she should make one out."  I said somewhat curtly, "Whose fault  was that? If her husband chose to  treat her as a baby, she had no chance  to learn business ways."  I may wind up the anecdote by remarking that the same relative-ln-law  who criticised the young widow told me  n year ago how the estate had grown ln  the hands of the whilom ignoramus.  "Her children will get the benefit of  her cleverness," she added. "Who would  have thought she had such a business  head?"  The wise parent of today begins betimes to teach his child���������be it boy or  girl���������the value and the uses of money  by making it an allowance of pocket  money. Nothing teaches a boy the full  worth of a dime like trusting him to  spend it, with the proviso that there  will be no more where that came from  until this time next week.  A stock joke in our family is the  lament of a 5-year-old, shortly after he  was advanced to the dignity of manager  of a weekly allowance: .  "Mamma, it's dreadful to see how  fast a nickel goes when you once break  It!"  It was the initial lesson ln monetary  values.  May, I borrow again from that other  "Talk"? The'temptation to do it proves  ���������the longevity of certain  home truths:  ���������,"^-Lu_s..b___P_^_Lni_^_H.eil^.?._I?a_??El  able.   So long as a baby is kept "in" long"'  clothes and carried ln arms it will not  learn to walk alone. The majority of  women have been swathed in conventionalities and borne above tho practicalities of business life for so long by  mistaken tenderness or misapprehension  of their powers that, however quick may  be' their intuitions, time and practice  are necessary to make them adepts ln  financiering. The best way to make them  trustworthy Is not by taking It for  granted, nnd letting them see that you  legal proprietors, always upon the alert  to wheedle or to extort a few dollars  from sly or selfish lords.  "After all, ls there not a spice of  truth in the would-be satire of the old  distich:  " 'What are wives made of���������mnde of?  Everything good���������If they're but understood!"  John and his wedded partner should  have that same understanding from the  outset of the long Journey they are to  make ln company. If the wife be a  novice In the management of money,  it is his duty to take the pains to train  her, Let her- learn how fast the $10  bill goes when It is once broken Into  .  "In conclusion, let me repeat that every  word I have written ls the unvarnished s do, that they have sinister designs upon  TRUTH!" your pockets.   They are not pirates by  I,  for one,  believe all' that  the  tor- nature,   nor are they, even with  such  tured soul has revealed.   I could match schooling as they may get from  their  "The   man   watches   advertisements  and tries to procure marked-  down groceries."  fives, twos, ones and small sliver. Have  a frank business talk with her, and  decide between you how much you can  set aside from the common Income for  table expenses, fc clothing, house-  furnishing, wear-and-tear and charities. Then make a wide margin for "incidentals," and pass the sum agreed  upon (between you, mind!) over to her.  Let her have her own bank-book, and  should she get balance and account  "balled-up" once, or ten times?, be patient still, which Is to be reasonable.  How many more grievous blunders did  you make during your first year in  shop ,or office? Cultivate In her.from  ___the_outset_a,business, conscience.. J_eac,_h_.  her that debt Is dishonorable, and a  deficit in accounts a disgrace. Encourage -her to keep expenses within  prescribed limits by listening to her  tales of contrivance and substitute;.of  making up this week by corned beef  served In divers ways for the pair of  roasting chickens to which the family  was treated last Sundaj In short,  consider her your- business partner  and your interests identical. Jf you dole  out money to her sparingly when you  might be generous, be sure she will find  the sin out sooner or later, and make  you pay for It In one way or another.  If ln no other, by losing respect for tho  man nhfi continues to love m spite of  contempt for his weakness, fh the impassioned outburst of 3.' swollen flood  we have seen in the second letter above  given, we read that "Hove Is the more  robust of the two." I fell a-muslng,  when I got to thnt, upon tha proportion  of complacent, self-honoring husbands  who have worn tho more fragile emotion threadbare, without suspecting it.  The good comradeship of wedded life���������  whnt the French define more aptly as  "camaraderie"���������outlives romnntic ardor  by many a year. Woe unto the elderly  couple who do not find this strengthening as the shadows lengthen upon the  downward slope!  ..This ls impossible unless tlie principle  of copartnership has been carried out  if "J faithfully by both.  ~ Will our good, well-meaning Johns  suffer a parting maternal admonition?  Your wife may not be clever���������in the  English and the correct acceptation .of  the word. You may never have trusted  her to dispense the worldly goods with  which you endowed her by a pretty fiction at the altar. Nineteen out of  twenty times, she will see through your  scheme for hoodwinking her as to your  means, '��������� or for holding her for aye in  leading-strings. - She will outwit you,  and keep ��������� her own counsel when It ls  "Jone.  "Play fair," my dear boy!  Brides and Grooms  AT TIIE outset the newly married  pair should resolve never to permit the sun to go down on their  wrath. Lovers fondly fancy that they  will never have a quarrel, that no  breath will ever undermine their walls,  that they will not for an Instant have  even a misunderstanding.  Being subject to the Infirmities that  beset Adam's sons and Eve's daughters, however, most youthful husbands  nnd wives occasionally have little differences which need not amount to Jars,  if they simply follow one rule:  Never go to sleep at night except In  fiendly harmonv. If either has said or  done anything to wound the other, confess nnd ask nardon before the head  touches the pillow.  A Woman's Character  WHAT a woman should demand of  a man in courtship, or after it,  is, first, respect for her. as she  Is- a woman���������and next to that, to be  respected  by    him    above . all    othes*  .-.���������women,: -But-let^ho.r_KLaiid_upo_n_he_r__  female character as upon a foundation; and let the attentions, incident  to Individual preference, bo so many  pretty addltaments ami ornaments���������  as many and ns fanciful as you please-  to that main structure. Let her first  lesson be���������with sweet Susan Wlnstan-  ley ��������� to reverence her sex. ��������� Charlp'  Lamb.  Anticipation  pALF the night I waste in s.ghs,  Mu'ii In dreams 1 sorrow after  The delight of enrly skies;  Tn a wakeful doze I sorrow  For ihe hand, the lips, the eyes,  For tho meeting of the morrow,   "  The delight of happy laughter,  Tho delight of low replies,"  "ir  THE HOUSEMOTHERS' EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  _r_$OAUSHIi of the enormous  ft* number af .letter* tent to  **-* the Exchange, I must ask  contributors to limit thoir jiom-  muii(col(oii8 to 100 words, exoept  in oases of formulas or reoipes  which require greater space, I  want all my oot'roipotidotitii to  have a showing tn the Corner,  and,if mv request in this respect  is complied with, it will be possible to print many more letters.  I  "Tho initial losson in. monetary vnluoa."  for ftU'i'iiyJiit;  thn ttthl.','  "Will not tho mothor of tho TCxchnnirc  glvo un n 'Talk' upon thin vitally Intor-  tinting Htibjeot, thon call un experience  meeting, Jn which other wIvoh mny ox-  proms their sentiments? I have aelirowd  ���������uspie'on, tmsu'it upon much iitiwrvftlUiii,  th:.*i .nlno Ih not such a singular case nn  rosy appear to tho celibate render of tho  <alo of rcnl llfo.  "ONltJ JOHN'S WIFE (or VA8BAM)  "Philadelphia  '  Onr correspondent'* "shrewd ��������������� 41I.  ei'sis'* Is linclcfl.l up liy other letters' fror*  ���������wive** In different pnrts of our territory,  hnvo room for but one-nnd not all of  that;  "I brought to, my husband a fow thou-  swjvrt dollars when wo married, it wan  11  l.'Kitcy from a relative for -uhtm, t  print}. 2 swim iWiams-..] io tall tlio truth,  Wo lmvo throe children, My husband  pays tlio Willi for their clothing nnd  othor expenses. I havo no Idc-t whothor  ho tiaoH my money, or hln for tho pur-  potto. Aflcr ho told me onco that ho  could 11 vo upon ono-thlrd an much, wore,  ho nnmnrrled, ns It now eostH hlin, my  mouth was closed nnd forever.  "I shall not glvo you iny name or address. I hnvo kept my ronj feelings  locked within iny own nnd henrt for  thirty years, nnd I shall not tnko tho  mitotic Inlo confidence now.   Hut every  jord I wrlto In true aa gospel.   And I  bel! wo ftilmr wives suffer In the pnnni  wny iintl are as reticent,   Do 1 love roy  mauler nnil my owner Htlll? Ought I to  hlus.lt to own thnt I do?  H������* w,i������t the de-  'Points Worth While  HAVE  a suggestion  to   mnko    nnd  offor several quorlOB: '     ,  1, In preparing tho dlili of macaroni nnd cheese, wu llko an egg beaten  Into tho milk wlifin oims are olioan, also  three crnokori, crumbled flno. Vor a  chango, substitute rlco for -macaroni.  'i.  Kindly tell mo haw to cook kalo.  3, And how to remove the red from  thu outside of lOd 11 in ohooso which I  wish to Kioto.  i. May ryo broad ho mndo with baking  powder 7  R. How may I koop confectioners'  sugar without It uooomlnir lumpy7.    ������������������  HOUMIWlKlfllVY.  (I..0S AtiROlesi, Cal.).  1, Tho (JIbIi, Uiun onrlohod, Is 11 vory  tolornblo HtibHtltuto for meut at a  family lunchtion. It Hhould ho halted  covered and lightly browned at llio  last. Fow iinouu-'iited cooks oompisi-  hond tho expediency of doing this  whon cooking houIIIob, potato puffs,  balcod rlco, macaroni and ncallopH In  gonoriil. Thoro should novor ho a hard/  cniBt upon any of thouo. Whon choose  TnlnalOH with tho oorenl und  scorches  ' Into a dark gltuo, tho dlHh In spoiled  for tho Judge of good food,  2. Propnro lcnlo a8 you would spin-  nch,   lloll It plain; chop It flno; hunt  ,   Unlit; scutum with paprika. Malt, but-���������  tor nnil lemon Jtilco,   Lay sllcod hard-  bnllod eggs- nn tha surface whon It Ih  dlnliod, or mlnoo tltoni lino and ntrow  ovor tho top,  Or you may boat In four tablet-noon-  fulH of croatn after chopping nnd h������h-  Hoiiliig tho oooluiil and Ornmod kalo,  lidding a pinch of miico ami a tun -  apoonitil of nugar, and boat It to a  oronmv mriHH.  il, tscrutj tno clieeMo luml with a  ViHmh nnd tiwcet nonp, ne, vou would n  hoard, taking oaro Unit uo Hnnlil gutti  lnto tlio Inside, Thon \vunli with clear  wator and a clean hrtiHh. I'Mtmlly,  wlno hard  with a soft rough oluth  ntich at ---'-���������-���������- ������������������-        to dry,  4.  I doubt If ryo brond cnn ho nilNt'd  ^i'v^-ci. aj    sisj^.w^i,   ^w.*-.,'i,     a-*.;-,  ,-,\ii,,t>i   -vis.se  may know of a short cut to bucchhh hy  tho uho of powdom, I paim along tho  query,  . C, I huvo hoard thnt It. might ho  ltnpt from clogging by mixing In a  hitndftil of dry rlco to tho uoven-  pound pneknge. I have kept pulverised nugar from tho nnmo fnto by  mixing with It, hy nlftlng, a ten-  xiHsouful uf Lurn������l.iri:h Id ,.,i,-.\\ u\i\>Uil  of snigar.  If the rlno he imnd, It must hf*.rifted  out liufuiu iiti'ist. lliu HUK.ir,  turlclfth towollng.  Hnt in tho Htm  **��������������� luu-ind.  I am what would to cft<U<l _ votud lover of my youth. Jlo In Ihu'lov*  When Preparing Radishes  TZvtr *     *  collesil  T.vtry 11. .���������.  ........   tJiouisiitss  imKtt-aih'a ltorm������m*ker wl*.������iisi  te  *     that    will    lighten    tier  labors or bring forth bettor roijultR from  those. I nm Hondln'K a couplo, of hints that  mav be of ubo to my fellow-lioiisomotherB.  1. ItarllnhOB aro frrently improved by pre-  jinrliiK thorn tho day before thoy nro to lie  eaten   nnd Rotting tliern ln tho-leebox, covered from tho air, which might'change'the.  culor.   'ihey are mado criup and tender hy  thO   cIllllllIK   lil'OCOHS, ' .  2. All UlndB of stains may. bo removed  from table linen or whlto clothing hy soaking thorn overnight in naphtha soapsuds.  Itub tho BtuliiH woll with tha soap beforo  wetting them.      :  M. \V. C, (Angola, Ind,),  Your "bits of holp"'are"the more welcome because of their conolflenoHH. I  havo laid back ln tho drawer this morn-  i Ing for the'tenth time two ndmiralile  papers���������ono upon vegetarianism, dated  "aovmantown, Pa."; tho other a Jlvoly  story of "augarlng" in tho mnplo. woods.  I put them by with a nigh of goiuilne  regret. Hnd I a magazine at my com-  niund Inuload of tho roulduo of 0110  page, 1 Hhould print both thoso uoni-  munlciUlonH with ploiiHtire. Blnco oltlior  of them would (111 two-thirds of my Cornor, 1 havo no option In the mutter of  acceptance or rejection. The quunslary  Ib uerlouH und huraHBlng,  For Next Year's Canning  Another nnd nhorter lottor Is rntlior  iinsoaHoiinblo. It mny Ho ovor In tho  hoiiui'tnotlioiH' clipping drawer until noxt  summer:  Havo any of our nieinbers tried removing  the seeilv when cunning tomatoes? it makes  moro work, but It luiys hecaiiio the to-  tnatiiei ure so much better for It.  . I wan told to can the later yield of string  beans, and asitireil that they would certainly Utiv\i. Following this advice, I  canned thti iSeiits'inboi' crop, cuoidng thn  pork right In with them, ami when tlmy  were opined the next winter thoy wore ni  tlolli'lnusly iliivmed us when tliey wero lirst  rooked,       Mrs, T. J. H. (Macomb, Ind.).  TIiIh Ih our first hoarlng of canning  pork and beans at homo, Will you  tell iim, before another Reation, Jtint  how you do UV Wo buy hnlcod beans,  put up by professional caiinerH. You  say you "cook porli right In with  thorn"? In what shapo? Wo aro curious.  An Ingenious Device  The following dovleo for limited closet  si'iioo Is, sis fur n������ I know, nrlgliuili   ..'nltl  Into" n'"linha ''of"Y' Inolioii'." Bt'lloh" at" tlisi  nlj;i'!' JlliiJ  Dut,.  ihiux lu  lh,   rii.lir.    Tin ll  on  thii hack  of your clone! or wardroba  wllh   "jtoss-IicisiIciI   tacks   ,1  liii'hes   apart,  Then attach.to  the  bottom   large  safety  I'tr.s  si   rescimr  lnltrvn.li>,   e������lni{   them  to*  tiling your lightweight skirts and walsti to, ii  hyelet   holes  may   he  worked  to put   tlm  pins through,  If ynu wish, or stout  whin  wsibbln* In plac������ of muslin.  ., iii ���������>��������� \--......,,*)���������  An Ingenious dovleo, for which tho  dwellers in apartment Iiouhoh and In  lirill bedrooms should thank you  heartily. One girl, who hits lived In  tho latter four years, amused herself  by "powdorlng" the ecru cheese-  clout curtnln shloldlitg her gowns  from observation and dust with nop-  pins dnns- In oiillliii*< sfllch. Mho did tt  al) on winter evenings after ollleo  work was ovor, Iter sinter, wim hns  the rnnm nf the ether <������ri 11 of llio li'ill,  reading aloud to lier. They road  "Vanity l-'alr" and "Henry K-iiond"  lust winter. Tho whole net of Thnek-  eray'tt novels was bought, a *."lum������  at a time, at a certain Mum ��������� visited  last week. Books that enchanted. the  last generation may be hud thoro���������  clean and span, In cheap now cloth  bindings, at 25 oonts apiece.  My heroine says: "i- stitched Booky  Sharp and Amelia Sedley into that  curtain!"' ������������������ ������������������ ���������, .i  Brave sweet souls like hers make-a,  homo any whoro. ; ,  .  For Your Hands  1 don't forgot how often you have told  us that thu caro of tlio skin and hair nro  not voui* niovliico, but liousoworkers must  know of some way of keeping fho hands  In decent 1 looks, Bo I venture to eonlhlo  to you tho formula of n lotion for chapped  or rough hands or face, Mnybo busy wsiiuen  may catch sight of It who novor think  of looking at tho Health and lleiiuiy col-  limn. They may have eensod to caro how  tholr hands look, but they feel the burning and smarting of skin cracked Into  bleeding tlsuures liy scrubbing, dlshwnsh-  ln������ and raw winds, ��������� .-..,���������  Lotion for Chapped Hands nnd Face  Ono ounen.of tlnottiro of benaolni 3  ounces  of glycerin',  1 pint of rosewater.  My druggist heats It In mixing It, then  filters It. obtaining thus un. nlmost oloar  lliliild which does not soil the nioet delicate labile (ine may ho sowing upon,  and makes thn lingers and skin stmvstn  enough to handle and embroder silk without ."'(."niching" In It through roughnoss.  Wo all knuw how disagreeable that Is,  0. R, A. (Iliiffalo. N, Y,).  Kvcn those who neither wnsh dishes  nor scrub hrnsses nud linoleum surfer  Intensely at llin'cs with tlio nfnresnld  roughness, Unless tho hnnds nnd faco  uro thoroughly dried���������until tho towel  dons not tihsorh ono moro drop of moisture from tho pores-chapping Is likely  to result from oxposuru to tho raw  winter air.  To Stiffen Whites of Eggs  Will you accept a swan nf my ixpo  rlenco?  When the whites of your eggs refime to  stiffen for your cuko, stir In nllttlu linking  powsler, ami seo how It works.  Can you toll mo hew trv utilize rose* for  perfume? I havo mnny tones In the iioason,  A ("OUNTIIY UlOATiISl-  (Hmith Haven, M1r.li.).  T wish I could hnvo answered yon bo-  foro the many roses were gone for the  yenr. Not that 1 know how to distill  them Into perfumery. Hut a fair quality  nf rnnowntn" may hn tnnrle hv ("Hlnr" n  Jar full of frosh petals and covering  ihi-in tell). Uie lici't I'uMlly ut >;i-:il)i :il ���������  coltnl. Loiivo them thus for 11 week,  strain, und pi-ash nil the moist uro that  will run from tho smMnn petals and  throw them itway. Kill the jnr with  fresh ruses nnd pour I lie sumo alcohol  hneU upon them, ltepent the proceri  three tlrnen lettlnc <>'ic>i rclrn- of r'Mnl.i  Ilo In the alcohol a week before straining nnd pressing, Finally, stinln tho  colored Alcohol through llnnno!; buttle,  nud uho for scenting rooms and for  llnvorlng cakes, creams, etc.  Thnnk you for the "sernp" of experience, Wo Invito such muterliiln for  ���������ur  mosaic work.  A Musician's Plea  Our next letter hardly comes within  the legitimate range of topics treated  In the Exchange, liut Ihu softest flldn  of Iho editorial heart, tlmt which loans  herd toward buys und girls, who, to  (junto a backwoods proverb, "Uko the  young bears, have nil tlieir troubles  nhend of thorn,", this side* I say, comes  so Importunately to the front that 1  shut my oyes to rules ami regulations,  and print tlio boy's letters  11.���������'���������'I nm n littlo boy, 12 year's old, and In  the  sixth grado In  a publlo school,    if  I  ' havo  good ..luck  I   will   llnlnh  next yoar.  ' I have been wanting to take lessons on tho  piano, I ennnot oven to'l you how iiiixIouh  I'.nm to learn. Pupa imysi "I nm not nblo  to lm,y a tiltino'for you to pincttoc on,"  I; look lessons a few months and Wns  getting nlong real well, but I had to go to  a friend's house to prnctlci*, and so had  to glvo It up. Will you toll mo of some  wny of getting along ngnln*-! liavn plenty  of time to study ���������iiiihIq,  WILWAM J. 0, (Norfolk, Vn,).  Wo hnvo members  In Norfolk  who  may bo Interested in the liul to tho extent of looking him up mid  soolng if  any arrangement cun ho'made, for the  'fiirthorntice or his heart's iloslro,   1 hold  his uddicss, "   -  Domestic Science Nended  .Mrs B. q, M. of Bt. Louis, you are  right I What Is this world nnd what am  <jui- hoinoH ioiiiIhk 11, || ut do nut -swell  our g rhi cooking anil housework ?  Wo havo I wn daughter*. One, ill years  old, was grndnnted from the grammar  scion uinl did not care la go 10 high  school. Ho slm stnys at Inline and helps  tne wllh lhe housework. Am) what 11 bless.  Ing she 1st How many diilntles slie pre.  pares for us! Tho ether dnimhter Is more  foilsl of sillily, Hb.. Iiiih IIiiI������|ii.iI liar course  nt hlpn school nml lias entered the train-  Imr class fnr leneherii, or cniirso, It Is not  always prnctlaiililu to mnko a stoeil cook  or ayt'ry stlrl, bin each ..should have some  practical knowledge of hmismvlfory,  1 eeul 1 wrlto .A-iiiume* upon this subject,  for ton mnny (tli 1������ grow tin helpless with  plenty ef "honk b-iiniliig,'' hut no just  iippreelntlon or what makes ihe home rum-  frrtnlilsi nnd happy. Yet limy arc in mako  thu homes ut the nine! genenillim!  Mrs, ll. I'\ K, (Dm port, la,).  Bano and fitrong wordHl It must bo  a comfort to this mother, as It Is to  me, that our girls' (���������ollo-ron nro taking  up thu inattin* ut ilouieslld science, Including practical cookery, In good  eurnoHt, Now thnt tlio oins-o of higher odnenlloii for women hits wit Mod  Into sober everyday working order,  we are, oomliiH* '������ ������ rlitht senna of  proportion In tho nsHlgnmcnt of  women's duties, We Ikivo learned that  cultivation of the Intelloct is consistent with tho discharge nf tho tunica  rtf     ^V. ,> S tvi. ���������������      'Hill       tl A11,.r. ������*.|ffi ������       Ml",'        M'.t-  hnhlts  of system  ninl concentration  nf llil'iv;)/! .dji) ('_ie*v;le,' a, {iilii.il al  Hehoiil nnd collego should qunllfy, not  unfit, tho cIri fur the -sphere  which, thn Creator dsslgnnd hor.  lidlf'tile ������>f the "liltifnioi'ldng " <m one  hand, anil that of "lioiiNoliold drudge."  nn the nihev, hns died down into 11 fair  e������Mmn������������ nf the "nll-nvfimvl" w^rnan���������  Nolily tilnmioit,  To warn, to rnmfott, tn command.  Hotismvlfiiry has tnUmi irnnk ns n.  profession thnt .dlgnlllmi hor who  pini'tlciss It aright, . ������  mU-Ymt Jlread  Dense imlillsth a ru'lpe for making ml|k-  y.iiH Unfit  t.ri'iid,    Ms*, for in.ituinj vilitu  |Hiuii.l s'like.  I am mire ef getting e<c������i|ent recipes In  rs'idv In (Mo I!  i*  minnt., Ilu )  I piiHrt on your ouerles In those who  know vrluit inllk-ycist bread Is, and  White pmiiut ciiUe, Tlmt wnulil mertn  cuke made without >nll;s, using Hit  whites 11,11110?  Yor  Tha THE FURNITURE STORE  COMMUNIS ATT0HS  SPECIAL SALE  OP  Linoleums and Catpefc. Squares  during the month of February,  Inlaid Linoleums, regular price $no. now   ��������� 8SC a square yard  Printed Linoleums, regular 65c. now 5QC.  a  sq,   yd,  20 Carper squares, ranging f������om 810 to $30 each at" 20 j  per cent discount.  L,ace"Liii\ains at bargain prices.  A Full Stock oi* all kinds of Furniture I  D  A. McKINKTON  McPhee Mock, Oumberlaud, B. C.  the city government in the hands  of the mayor and council. We  hope the government will now  see its way clear to so change the  law that every taxpayer will have  a vote for the election of the  mayor and council and also for  money by-laws.���������Victoria Times  CUMBERLAND SCHOOL  STATEMENT.  Receipts  Government Gran t ������4387,00  Grant for outside pupils   894,70  High Soli- ������ol Fees......   393.00  Grant for furnace ..    900.00  City of Cumberland ...    2696.20  Doubtless those who for many  years have evaded the Strict letter  of the law in regard 10 the compiling of the voters' list recognized the hopelessness of comply  ing with the law in getting the  list of voters from   the   registry  o     _      ,1  office.     They may have also re  'cognised that it was a remnant of  feudalism   wli'di   would,   when  attention was  drawn to   it,   be  swept away.    It is hardly to be  expected that the present provincial government wil! relieve  the  present situation, for it depends  upou an obsolete system for continuance in power.  We can  see   no   reason   why  every man aud woman who pays  taxes   of  any   kind in the city  should not have a voice   in  the  management of the affairs of the  city.      All are equa'Iy interested  in having (rood road-;, parks, sew  erage, healili restrictions, proper  poiice protection, and such other  things as come within the powers  of the mayor and council.      We  doubt   if those property owners  who reside outside the city should  -vote-j ust-because-th e y-: own-some  properly which someone else uses  and for which rent is-paid.    The  person most directly interested is  the occupier.      Tlie  provincial  list   as   at    present   constituted  would hardly do for- the city, for  women taxpayers do not find  a  place on it.    At the present time  it seems necessary to have a sep- .*���������___ ���������.,j__r ��������� ���������     * j-        ��������� _  ,������������������ r 1 the clue! topic or discussion, not  arate 1st, but the list should be'  ���������i��������� f��������� *i,__ f1. .   ..   ,, ..  .,  ,', ,,  , , : only to the north but to the south  compiled from all those who pay  $9371.50  Expenditure  Teachers salaries $6500.00  Janitor  480.00  Scavenger  (30.00  New desks  171.50  Ilea*ing furnace  1G00.00  Repair*-,   printing    and  sundries ."  460.00  Total $9271.50  Certified correct,  j-^X'rErPifiCMER  Auditor,  Reciprocity.  Montreal, Feb. 27.���������The reciprocity controversy is now in full  swing through the land. From  the Atlantic to the Pacific it   is  taxes;  We see no reason why all citizens should not vote on money  by-laws. Expel, all th������ people  from the city except, ihe property  owners and how much' would the  property be worth? $D$^yone  will admit that muchiof lhe,value  of the properly has accrued as a  result of the presence of the non-  property holders. If,, then, al!  the people create the values,,they  should certainly "be entitled to  have a say iu the speii ing of the  money. The rights of properly  have  for  centuries   beeu   very  of the international border, and  the question has even invaded the  legislative halls of Great Britain.  No doubt, the storm will continue  to rage around this bone ol contention for some weeks yet. and  ndt until the matter is decided  one way or the other will it be let  lip, Deputations nre heading for  Ottawa to oppose the agreement,  while those who agree are very  little heard from. One of the  weightiest pronouncements a-  gainst the agreement was made  by the Montreal board of trade,  an organization which generally  Editor News:���������KindH' per-  mir me through \our column*, to  draw the attention of the iiuth-  orities to the flagrant infringement of the Liquor Act, 1910,  which I noticed last Sunday.  Paragraph 74 of this Act provides  for Suiiday closing from eleven  o'clock ou Saturday night until  five o'clock on Monday,morning,  or during any further time prohibited by any by-law in force in  force in the municipality; aud  Regulation (1) of the same paragraph provides that during all  such hours aud times every barroom and room in which liquor is  kept for sale shall be absolutely  closed and securely locked, "and  1 ���������*���������  all window blinds  and   curtains  and shutters shall be kept open  and au uninterrupted view of the  interior made and kept possible.'*  I noticed that last Sunday one  hotel on Dunsmuir Avenue   had  made a  reasonable   compliance  with the law in  this latter  particular, one had provided a  very  narrow aud restricted peep so that  only a very small portion of the  interior could be seen from  any  particular angle unless one's face  were close up to   the   window,  while another had a blind raised  from the bottom of the' window  reaching   to   above  the level of  vision, so the inferior was quite  concealed to above the height of  a man's head.     Have the police  auy charge in this matter?    . If  they have not been instructed in  their duly regarding the   proper  enforcement of the law, then the  commissioners are to blame.     If  they have been properly instructed aud are not doing their duty,  1 hen it is up,to the  police   commissioners to know why.      And  .if i-L.be_tli.a_L.the____cpmmissionei_s_  are uot doing their duty, then it  is the part ol" the community  to  know why.      It is for the Board  of Police Commissioners to clear  themselves in this matter.   .'The  Liquor Act has been passed with  good intentions on the part of the  government aud considerable activity ban been   manifest   along  some lines in its   enforcement.  Some t.f us wish to make the best  of it here. .     Citizen.  Development League.  A. meeting ot Hie Development  League was held ou Monday even  ing. A very satisfactory reply  was received from Hon, Mr. Pat-  ersuii in reference to <he customs  branch at Cumberland. He said  that tlie inspector should have instructions to come up and. thoroughly look into the conditions  here, and to report to Him the result. A reply was received from  President Coburu in regard to the  resolution sent from this branch,  in the matter of throwing open,  (ttiGG������������������������������@&^^  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Wge'l-off lands  for  no  agricultural  Ladies' and -Gentlemen's Suits  Mane   to  'Vder  from $20 to ������35    All Work First Class  much over-estimated, lor in  theleives the cue to similar bodies, at  pus 1 ail laws have been, made, by  those who owned property.  Times have changed. It is recognised now that the man who  owns property should: have no  greater'powers in ruling the na  lion than the man wim is land-  kss. If this is con eel in the  greater qlies' ions of the day which  are decided by ihe highest legislative bodv, whv should it not  also Isold good in the lowest.  Wliih: we believe in manhood  8ii(Tinge, wc* arc of opinion ihat  the system which has just been  ���������-Wlarf'd' illfxil is botu r thnn  that In whir!? wc* arc ni-priventlv  it.tout io 1 evert, It is argued thai  under the isysitui which has been  en forced ihe mnn who Iiuk paid  only one iiuuiiiffi dollars 011 n  ] ; is given :i vote. That is cer  1 li-ily 'rue. When he pays ilia'  mm he !���������< cvuh-.*-* li .ble for tin  ti.ves which nic levied ayninsi  that ji oj.erty, <*s v.oil as for ilu*  ji*r*;ii inipro-. fluent* a-.sf^siut'Ut!-.  The very t*ac that he p.vs those  taxes-should be sufficient t.< en-  tit'.e him tc .1 von.  H't flti'ik the trixYfritnu'iit  {*������������������  doiugMiv right iluiig''iu pLuiu<.*  least in eastern Canada. Yet this  prouncement was by uo means  unanimous. While Montreal is  the king pin of the protected interests and shouts the luudest  when vested interests are iu  danger, there are yet many able  men who do uot see eye to eye  wiih their business brethren and  do not hesitate to say so.  Mra. sf. Pikut left for Victoria  hy Sunday's boat,  TENDERS will he recoived up  to February 28th, for the painting  and kiilKoiuitiing the lower hulls'  and conidoi'B in the Cumberland  public school, For further information apply T. H. Carey, Sec.  ,. 1    11      1  OV-,|l*.H*>   HOiilM.  The lowoHt or nny tender not  .u'cuourily accepted.  Dr. Kerr, uYntiet. has arrived  iu town und will he found  at  tin.'  CuiiiUu'lund Hotel.  IP VOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING 00 TO THK  Nl*;\VS. FiKST-Cl,ASS WORK  purposes, and other matters, prom  isiug full co operation in all matters referred to him. A soine-  wiiat unsatisfactory reply was received from Mr McGatfey, re  the  opening of these lands, and the  naturalization of Japanese.  In response to enquiries, the  league was informed, mat it was  not an amalgamation of the Development and Citizens Leagues  at Nanaimo and other places, but  joint meetings, at which e������ich  leag.ies business was transacted  ���������separately, as politics  are strictly  debarred by Developments constitution. The joint action on many  other matters was found to work  very satisfactorily. Mr. Manson  informed the league that tiie  government had surveyed the proposed route for the new road to  Dove Creek, but found that it  would he costly, especially as regards the   bridges   required   and  that a good deal of the land  through which it would pass, was  a gravelly bank, not suitable for  agriculture, and as many settlers  hud no roads at all elsewhere, this  a *       \  would have to stand over . for a  time^ai". least.  As therewas only, a small attendance. tlie1 election - of  ofiicers  I       Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  WANTED���������A smart, tidy girl  for general housework. Apply  Thomson's buarbing house, Duns  muir avenue.  -��������������������������� o  Cure for Smallpox,  Edward Hine, a correspondent  of the Liverpool Mercury, in a  communication to that paper,  speaks as follows:���������UI am willing 10 risk my reputation as a  public mau if the worst case" of  smallpox cannot be cured effectually in three days, simply by  cream of tartar. This is a sure  aud never failing remedy; one  ounce of cream of tartar diesolvtd  in a pint of boiling water, to he  drunk when cold enough ut  Hhoi'fc intervals, It has been  known to cure a hundred thousand cases without tailure. I  have myself restored hundreds by  this means, It never leaves a  mark, never carries blindness,  and always prevents tedious lingering, and il" the people would  only try it and report the cni;es  to you, you would have lo employ many columns if you gave  them publicity," ;  LOST-��������� Un Sunday night between Pi'iishyteriim church and  Davo "Walker's residence, Camp.  a (rnld watch. Finder pliMiwi leave  tit this ollleo,  was held over until next meeting.  . HAVE  YOUR  PHOTO  TAKEN!  ���������AT���������  Powell's IStudio.  Work guaranteed.  Prices reasonable,  B* Cloutier*  General Blacksmith  K. AID A   Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES'. TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CDADB TO   ORDEH AND  IN ANV STYLE YOUttllSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  AWiiiwiiiMiiiuiiyiiiiiiuiiiiiiH^ .   \  | Capital $6,200,000. Beserve $7,200,000  |  1   The Royal Bank of Canada.   |j  I DRAFTS   ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL I  | OVER THE WORLD. |  | SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest J  1   ut highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  -J  CUMBERLAND, B. O., Branch, Open Daily  p COURTENAY,   B.C,  _Sub-Branch,   Open  Tuesdays and -|  | FRIDAYS.  I UNION WHARF, B. C,   Sub-Braeh. Open Thursdays.  I ���������  :*-*  I H. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager. m  %iiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii;iiitjaim  LOST���������A lady's cable fnr; between Comox and Sain Piercy-a,  SnwbnVk, on Sunday, .Tmi, 2IHli.  Reward will ho paid on returning  to J. Thomson, Comox.  Mflimgetr Whito of tlio Canadian Hank of Coinmo.ce, Iiuk Iikmi  f������iifi!hi������*il to bin hi-nic hIkci* Si*������n)-������y  with u sivere cold.  Horsofihoeine* a Speohlty,  I.  mmmmm.         I il i .* r   ,   i. ^  Tltird Ave, Ctu-ubcrland  spates"  The TAILOR.  CLEANING,, PRESSING  and REPAIRING i  LncUes* Work  fi SpeclnCly.  Now the time will soon be com-  When with yonr residence yon  get sick,  For after the fires the house with  dirt gets thiflc,  So don't you think we hnd better  be quick,  Aud call ou the painter nud M-ivi?  our house fix-cd.  H. Parliiatson,  Painter, Pripcrhauger, Sign Writer, Etc.    Cumberland, B.C  Tornw MoiWfttu,    BufcluwaPttBtual.  ti  P. Phillipps Harrison  ��������� ^______BARR|STER__AND -SOLICITOR --������������������:���������  NOTA   Y   PUBLIC  i       r    DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CONVEYANCING  I  CUMBERLAND,  ���������V. BOflO^flL:  manufacture* of OllNEflALt UUATERS.  Wholesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUOR & BEE$  P. O. BOX 140  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  ysF'rw-������ri������"H  The longer you live the more you learn.  I think you were all satisfied with yonr bargains last  month and learned where to save money on your feed.  I am sorrv there was not enough to go around, but  there is MORE ON THE WAY that I will sell at  prices that will soon learn you that the more you feed,  the quicker your bauk account will grow.  Winter will soon be over, and I'll tell you how to  make another saving. Take a pencil and figure up,  the quantity of seed yon will require for your spring  work and send the result to me. Do this now while  you think of it and I will make you a saving of from  % to i cent a pound on auy kind of field seed you require.    Dou't forget the address���������  .B. CRAWFORD,   -   - Courtenay, B.C  DKAfcBIl IN FMjUII AND FEW)  '���������'fl.'   -irdUmK,  e  flOHHHRBBHMtMnr WMNBRSMHIMHsW4s%'H___BHr amammwmmmmmmsMi  jlatmmymmam^mrm lh���������iwii ~m ������������������mi MKoaMnnsm  FOR SAL  ^  6-H.P. HOVER, complete with  top, side and tail lamps. This  car is in perfect order, both in*  regard"to tires and running gear,  and is fitted with Stepney spare  wheel and tire* Two separate  ignitions, Bosh .Magneto and accumulator and low gear, making  it an excellent hill climber, cost  new $rioooo.      Price $500.  THOS. PLIMLEY,  OFFICE ANO STORE 1208 LANCLEY ST., \/l^-r/M3IA       K3 r*  GAftAOC. 727 JOHNSON ST., VICTORIA,   W.U

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