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Array *. /  ^������y ^������^  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The-News, Nineteenth Year.  CUMBERLAND  ������fi>>gja<>i^������sf^������y������^mi^^^  B.   C.',   ���������/���������  TUESDAY,   SEPT.   i������th, igai  Suusckiption Si.00 A Yeak  I  The S<tot������e  of Quality  The Store  Of Quality  THE BIG STORH  ttt&af-ttttj**,**)**^^  .1  Pm-Ddiy Specials,  at Cost Price  { We are offering for PAY-DAY all  Carpet Squares, Jute and Matting  Squares, Rugs, Mattmgs, Lace  Curtains (a very large variety ),Spffinj������  Cots witli Mattress.  We are offering BELOW  COST  several ������dd lines of Crockery.  To Clear at Reduced Prices  s , s������  '  ONE DOZEN V/RINGERS  'We have a Large Clean Grocery Stock.  Give us a Trial Order.  u^aamm,!*^!*,*^^  Sj.,T,'.'iii������w,,������1*,--',������i*-_:   -.*.������������������ O-    "_ff*,-J .'   ',    '���������������������������'���������.    f   '"���������'���������'  iftioa Laser & Co*;--Ltd-.  _ **  Dtihsrinulr Ave.,  Cumberland.  W  FASHIONABLE-WEDDING  of groat  sa  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  % 'ft*  1 THE CORNER STORE I  Furniture and Household  SUPPLIES'  ������������������ ��������� isfcuwam  w  FOR   OUR  GREAT  Baths,  Lavatories,  Plumbing &  Plumbing  Supplies  TRY  *s  ���������immm  THE  v-ay.  T. ������.' B|vte; C uhiberlahd.  i  i  %  Sum  Sale  fa  f������  ������  ���������-���������>  k>  ta,  *  it*  tit  >>  <������  raft-  FOE,   PAY-DAY,  AKD  WEEK FOLLOWING  Obituary:  A very pretty' podding.and one  in Wrest to   Victorians,  look place ut, Clin'st Church eath**  tjilral, Victoria. Wefliit'sday, t$op-  iombor.O, when   Miss   Marguerite  Joan Little', daughter of Mr,   uinl  Mrs. Francos 1). Little, und  Air.  Hurnld Dospard Twigg, were iniuy  rind.' .Tlio church ,w������6 thronged:  with ihu many friends of the 'dride  uni   brh'ogr. om,  aiid  the  bridal  procession was admitted to bo one  of tho prottiijbt i:ui������oM' iu Victoria;  for 0)11)0 timo.������������������ Colonist,  . Locals.  '.'Dp. Kerr,   dentist  is   nt   tlie  Cumberland Hotel'.  W, J. Gourd tho expert piano  Inner, will arrivo from Vuncjuvor  about thu end of Soptcuibi-t* or tlio  Ih'.iinninn of Octobor. Hesorvo  your orders for him.  m��������� ...       ii tf  ������������������   Mr. li. A. Mounco arrived  homo from Vancouver on Tuea-  Owing to onr papor being do  ltiywl or lost in transit, wo aro un-  a|,L to continue our nt"������y, "Tlio  7vuuitil-fip,^ this ivock. Tlie paper  wuh shippod from Calgary on  August LSth, and has not nrrivod  to (lute.  THEY HAD 'EM BAD  Throe of nur must tiutbfiil and  sober citizens while Ptumiinir on  Dunsiiiiiii-   Avenue  ou Sntimlav  ' *  evening lrn-t. pnw n flying snake.  This wonderful.... phenomenon took  its '1'lighrfrom tho Vacant, lot  .u'ljuihing McLeod's i-lore,dossing  ^t ho sheet at a considerable height,  it disappeared between lliu Wavei'-  ly.auvl Ne'.v. Ktijlvliuul hotolH. Tho  above is .vouched fur' bv two of  the party. ��������� who;'snw it. Some  think thiit it,wiw thu "hobdo1 leaving CiiiiibOiliiiia, and others say  tlit it wan a suako belonging to a  'man down our way, that gotuwny.  It is ond to   think   how   good  mon, and church meinbors at that,  go wrong ut  oloctou   times   aud  ���������sou things,"  Mr. U. M, Morrison, of Mont  real, suecoisdu M r, R   IC.  Culbort  in tin- inunngoiuont of  tho  Itoyal  Hank of Cannda here,  Tho throo men, Hazel, Andcr-  boji and Sullivan, who woro charg-  oil boforo Magiolruto Abmum,  vMth looting the CofMgo City,  woro committed for trial. Many  witnemts were examined, among  thorn lieing a numhor of Indians.  P, P. Harrison conducted the case  for tho accused. Rev. B. 0.  Freeman acted as Indian intorpro.  lor. Tho examination lusted two  days.  John Andorton, son of Mr. and  Mrs,'William Andorton, of Cm-  mox, died ut Oil City, Ponn., on  Saturday lust.   <>   Mr. Montgomery of the lloyal  Lank left ior Vauuuiivur by bun-  day's bout.  -���������.. ...   ,. ������V. ..II.I.I. i.   Do not miss tho values on men's  Clothing offered at tho Big Store,  Pay-Uiiv.  v     il       *y ,Ai  Mr. Hugh McMillan, a well-  known resident here, for several  years, died on Wednesday last  arter a lingering illness, He  leaves a mo'her and three brothers lo mourn his loss; all residents  of this city; The. funeral took  place on Saturday last from the  family residence to the Catholic  cemetery, Rev. H. Lafleic.officiating." The following is a list of  the floral tributes:  Triangle���������Mr and Mrs' R, II.  Robinson. :  "     .  Crosses���������Mr aud Mrs'!*'..Parks  and family; Mr and Mrs, Pickup  and family, Mr and Mrs A Cameron.  Wreaths���������Mrs J Smith, Mrs  J)illman, Mr and Mrs FJ Dalby,  Mr and Mrs W Harrison, Mr und  Mrs J N McLeod, Mr and Mrs.  Marinelli, Mrs Watts, Mr and  Mrs J Iv Drown; Mr and Mrs T  Rickson, Mr and Mrs H Creech,  Mr and Mrs V Preloni, Mr and  Mrs W Neilsou, Mr and Mrs ]  Webster, Mr and Mrs D Walker,  Mr and Mrs Josephs, Mrs J  Thomson, Mrs J Matthews, Mrs  C Halaguo and family. Miss Coc.   ������������������������������������������������������������-  The first fire drill in the  Public School resulted in the  school being cleared in sixty  seconds.  MEDALS FOR EXHIBITN  The manager of tho Canadian  Bauk of (Jointnerco has ou  exhibition   two    haiidsouio    medals.  which will bo  presented   by   ihe  bank at the Comox Agricultural  Show at Courtenay  on   lhe  20th  and   27th   of    September.    The  niediil to bo presented to lhe winner  of  tho   greatest  i'i uiu ber" of  prizes in  tlio Field Produce class.  [Valuo $10.) is a wry  handsome  and artistic piocb of work  in- silver, ���������  'ihu face of tho modal bourn  un,inscription  stating ir was won  (Winner's iiiinio to bo   inserted) ut  Coniox   Agricultural   Kxhinition  for securing tho greatest number  of prixo-i for Field  Proii ueo,   and  iho vtivoi'so of tho  modal earrias a  bountifully   reproduced     pastoral  scouo.   Tlio second  medal   to bu  presented is a replica of tho bilvur  mio, but dono iu bronzy and  will  becomo the property of  thu  win  nor of tlm most priz.es in thu Cur-  don Vegetable c.linss,   The  f������.������rtit-  unto winners of those medals will  bo onviitd by tiuir neighbiturpnind  if the Cuuuilinn   Bunk   of   Com  morco win bu ind neon to oiler uim-  liar medals next  yvnr, rivalry in  litoMj cluhbes hhonld bo keen  .trnZummmMlSM  J. N. McLEOD,  Dnnsmuir Ave.  Cvmbn-rland :  im  ?l*>  (J*  ft,  'ft-  ft  <!*.  ���������V-iP&H,  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, Genehal Manager  CAPITAL.- $10,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,000  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of-.Jhe, Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive .deposits of. $i-^nd  upwards, on which'itterest is allowed at current .rates. There is no  delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small  deposits are welcomed. A234  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor.   A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing* the'owr.eijs'lii'j of tin; money  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires u> pt.-vidt* for n  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of liu death.  CUMBERLAND BRA.NCII  W.T.   W1UTK,  JSTrmnfio  "COLIN" SPEAKS  Colin Campbf-ll   delivorcd   ai  address'  ������n   Keoiprocity, in    tho'  Ciiuiborland    Hull,    on   Sunday  iifti'ruoon,    Thoro was a fair siz.i-d  andiouco.   Mr..' Campboll   asked  that, someone tako fho chair. i;onc  curing to'act, ho   proceeded  with  lijs uddrotjs, which ivas in condemnation of reciprocity, as ho wn* of  tho opinion that the reduced  cost  of living would cause a reduction  in wages.'   Mr.  Campbell did nn|  speak in favor of   either political  parly, but wns loud in his douuu-  ciatioii of both,   as boiutr imii'.nst  the interests of iho workers, nnd  wh'dy in the interests of the cap  it.ulisl class.   Colin put. up a very  good "spiel '  from  his  point uf  view, and as a speaker  will  com  pnro favorably with some who ar1'  cbiimcd to bo xpciik-TS u  BIG GUf^S COMING  Ifnti. vVtloriiey General Psowrer.  M. Miinsou, M, P. P., and W. I!.  I.liiyward, WI,. P. P., wiil uddro.-.s  lhe electors on Thursday evening  in the .Cumberland Hall, on luvi*  precity. Wi. welcome thcK*  genllonii.'1'i, us we'enjoy liirteiiiug  to oood speakers, \.in*tli(si' they  bo ou our bids-; of puliiir.-i o'r   not.  ��������� <e������    Cuinhorlaiid  ilcfeuled Coiirton  uy iit-biisnball ou    tMimlayj    by  scoro of lo���������if.  A iiiiiubcr of pvomiiH;iit. gentle-  men connected with  the  C"il:'*ty  Coinpatiy are oxpfemd   lo   r.ni>'  hero on Wednesdnv,  ii.  oi'Uei  ,>'  ii'high  Mr. A. D. Gol.l.'n, of the On.  iidiitu Hank of Commerce, loft l.y  Sunday's bout ou a   viicution trip  'to Vancouver.  B2XfiVl^lCiara!CJUtt������S-.,������:  NEW FALL GOODS  Dr. D. Es Kerr, dentist, will be  iu Cumberland ou and after Sep  tcmbor lUth.  (fitr firi-t ������3hlpw*������v1: nf FAJ.T, Cnnn<5 htivt* nn-Wotl  now i.jx'jjul np, .'ind incluck'everything in Wciilny A  h'all   and   VVin'er.  eNiuiine Values aud  n  -i,i  You  are cordially invited to come in and  Prices.    No trouble lo look!  Men's Clothing at Cost price  at tho I Jig Store, for pay day and  following weok. Thin is a grand  opporttsi.ity to sucuru a suit at  bargidii pneea.  The provincial government, so  we have been informed, has mt)do  .t i.bosal ..pjiropriittion toward tho  cunctructioti of a wnggori iwtd  from No. D mine to No,' 7 miue,  A,, birthdav social will be held  iu tliu basement of the Presby  tcriau church on Tuesday evening Sept. lilt li. A good y von lug's  oiitataiuinont will be piovid.  cd. K.-ich prison i'j expected to  donated one cent for every year ol  hi* or her age. EnvelojKis will  be collected ut the door. Ladies  of tlio congregation nro requested  o provide rufrculuiuiutfi.  - "������*, v:   l������.,"������C a *������J*U'VAS   l\..y?i\li iikiv' si.. Vi.  &  m.  Mtenes and Children's Coats for School  Ladies Rainproof and Cloth coats  Blouses, Skirts, Sweaters, Dress Good  Men's Clothing, Overcoats, Sweaters aud Hats.  \h^m.| 11 LJBJ'^511   ������v*>! vl%)a ^i^^f^t*'*^.^  y  .���������Wssulli^klVBMj^at^w  ^.^,.;..-.���������������ii.i^,ii>^;uKW.-M.-'33  THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  8  m  * His ���������*.  By HELEN R. MARTIN,  ���������I "Tillio: A Mennosxsle Ms\l������t"  CfcpfHcW, IW. bu .VeOure. i'MflljxACo.  ^- _������- --*  (Continued,)  Palsy's, nnawer wns arrested by  Georgl'iiia's iIsIiik from the window.,  Bill and slttltiK down beside hor on the  front door step. tJeorRlnna had evidently i|iiltt* reeovccad her not easily  disturbed eiiimnlinlty. .   " '  "Whut uro you rending?" she Inquired of Daisy in the tone of gentle  patronngo she nlwnys used to her  cousin und for which Daisy appeared  humbly grntcftil. "Or, I .Hhould my.  what is thut hook you nre not rending?  One of those that father mndo you  puck?"  "Yes," sighed Daisy, "this one ts to  eijulp tue for-our European tour next  summer. I'm on Switzerland now.  It's perfectly denr!" Bho snld. with perfunctory entliiislnsm. "Tho author'has,  so many pretty thoughts ahout tho  scenery." .-."���������.,  Georglaiin smiled indulgently. "Do  you know, Daisy, whut book you and. I  "Imagine that yard ol pump water in  one ol Qeorolana')) qoiviisI"  ought to lmve brought with us to  rend In thin setting���������with this background?" filie asked, waving her baud  abroad to Ind leu to the farm at large.  "Which?" inquired Daisy respectfully. "Please to break It to tne gently,  Georgia nu."  "Izniik Walton's 'Comploat Angler.'  It Is remarkable that such an unpretentious work as The Com pleat Angler'  Bhould hnve lived since the seventeenth century and be so very, much  nlive still."  "Walt! I'd better mnke a noto of  that" said Daisy, snthcrlng up her  book and pencil.  "It    liveH."    Georglann    went    ou  thoughtfully, "because It so vividly  ���������fix bu lea on overy page nature's truo  message, Why, If anything could  make mo want to go a-flshlng, Intuit  Walton's picture of Its delights would  tempt mo. And tho famous passage  about tbo worm���������ln which ho recommends anglora to bo merciful to It"���������  "The worm?" It wns Eunlee'n soft  voice tliat spoko Impulsively. "It was  not to tho worm, but to the frog that  I wink Walton recommended anglers  to bo merciful, wasn't it? 'Uso ��������� hlrn  as though you loved him; thnt Is. harm  him as littlo ns you may possibly tliat  ho may live tho longer,' " slie quoted.  Kinross lonned forward In his chair,  his elbow on his knee, his chin on his  hand. Tho two young Indies stared  nt tho girl ns though unable to credit  tlio evldenco of tholr ears.  "You hnvo rend Tho Comploat Angler?' " (ieorglitnn's astonished tones  inquired.  "Many times," tho girl answered,  then suddenly colored and shrunk buck  a little. "I-hnvo Been it���������yes."  "You hnvo.seen It to some purposo  ���������nines* you uro ablo to quote It so accurately."  F.unlco looked dowu nt tho Blblo on  her knee nnd did not answer.  "Hut, Eunice, whero did you got tlio  book?" nsked (!corglnna,  "I-cnnm by It���������onco."  "And you road it many times?" Bhe  persisted.  Eunlco  glanced  up   with   n   faint  ���������umit*. .Nut no much tor u������ tsiuncitu  nwruoTHiim nt-onr tmnin-������, tint, for 1h������  nnpcdritoH  scattered   through   It,   tho  (���������notations nnd songs and poems."  "You hnvo Iho book In tho housoV  ARkiil Ueorglunu,  Tho girl looked uncomfortable. "I  have not rem! It for more tlitin n year,"  ���������ho said with evident evasion.  "If you lira fond of reading���������and of  fuch reiidhig-wo shall Iw glnd to lot  jou have some of our books," nald  Cleorgliiiin In a tone of encouragement  to struggling rurnl ambition.  "Offer her 'Somo Fuels About tho  Creat Nark Honed Fninily."* mlvUed  I������alny fiinu-slly. "It's no fcnrful'.y nit-  interesting thnt I'm sure ll mtiKt bo  vt-ry tustructlvi- nml fseneijel'il.*'  "I'huuk you," I'.imUi* ivpliwl. "Hut."  sbe added, with nu uneasy glance ut  OJIIe. "I never huvo time lo iv.nl ex-  ii*pt ou .Su.nl.i>, ..'.fl Mi. MuvuU.^AUr  would not allow uio to rend unytiilac  but the Bible then."  "But I um so glad to find," said  Georgia im graciously, "thut when yotf  do have au opportunity to read good  literature you take advantage of it  and that you read so appreciatively.'!.  "I uni glad to be a source of such  happiness to you," said Eunice, speaking with n faint uneonscious touch ot  Irony'..thut "suddenly brought the color  to, Georgiuua's cheeks. Eunice herself  looked as though she scarcely understood the vague discomfort which possessed her under tho almost nffec-tlou-  ate patronage of Miss Ellery.  The sound of a step on the porch���������  which evidently announced the expected arrival '-of'' Ohio's "regular  cotnp"ny"-led Eunice to,quickly close  her Bible and rise to go nwuy.  But she wus stopped ou the threshold.  'CHAPTER X.  EUNICE was nbout to'pass Ollle's '  steady comp'uy with n nod. but  the young������man stopped directly  in her wuy. and. holding oul his  hand with a shy awkwardness, flushed  deeply as he looked at her.  "Oeh!" exclaimed Ollie, ttiruii.,? in  her chair to welcome hini, lint not  rising, "liut I'm glad you're here oncetl  I'm so tired llstenln' to the big words  they're spittin' at eacli other here���������  yes, even Eunice yet! I didn't kuow  Eunice could speak such high language! She ain't never done it around  us still."  "Nor around me, neither���������I'd llko.  too, to hear her oncet," replied iho  young man,' his, bashful tones only...  just uud'ible und his face and neck  self consciously red us ' he retuiued  Eunice's bund so that she could not  pass'oh an<l looked at her with nu ardor in his gaze 'that appeared quite  irrelevant ln view of the general un-  (lei'staiutlng.that he came to "set up"  with Ollie. "Won't you stay settin'  on the porch. Eunice?" he nervously  begged the girl.  Eunice looked at him in surprise.  To ask her to commit ;.n breach like  thut. to violate the social code that no  third person must be present at a  Sunday night "settiug up"���������was he  wandering in his wits? She tried to  withdraw her hand, but .could, not���������he  held it tight���������with Ollie, Dr. Kinross  iind the young-ladies all looking on!  ������������������'"Tills' is the first time I have saw  you���������since I begun to come Suudnys,"  be said with evidently gigantic effort  to conquer his������embarrassmeut^ at tho  acknowledgment he was' making in  Ollle's very presence.''* "Where was  you at Sunday nights still when I  come over?"  ^_.J_LWiierelwfts,she_at ?2_spoke_u p_0 Hie-,  boisterously.   "Out on the', back'porch  settin'���������with  our  Abe.   That's  where  she'd be tonight, too. I guess, if mom  didn't "jaw her so fur it!"  , "With  Abe!" repeated Ollie's ostensible "friend" in a consternation that  forgot  the  presence of others,   "lier-  nnd Abe!" ';,,  Eunice dragged her Augers from his  clasp and turned away before he could  recover from the evident shock of  Ollle's communication.  The three boarders, realizing that  they were de trop, also rose and went  away. Ollie and the youug man were  left in solitary1:possession of the field  for the-evening's campaign.  "How mnny dupes are there In this  friendshaft, I wonder!" Kinross said  to himself ns ho strolled out into the  garden,   his  pulse  bounding   with  a  Ftrnngo excitement. "The young Indies  think'I'm n country lout. Ollie thinks  tho  young  man.   Hen   Mucklehenny,  comes to 'set up' with her when evidently ho Is fntntlv s-rttton wltb Bn������  nlco (let him lay low If Abe discovtis  It). As for me, havo I, too, beeu n dupe  nbout thnt girl, Eunice? Is she a dis-  guliMd college professor or 'whatever,'  as her conversation this evening might  suggest?  Her diction is certainly not  tlie ovoryday tongue of tho Morning-  stars.   How tbo dickens docs It hup-  pou?"  Hut too many circumstances���������the  Morningstars' selfish treatment of hor,  Abe's infatuation, her slavish work-  theso and other things rebutted the  theory that sho was anything else than  what sho proteuded to bo. How, then,  nccount for that astonishing littlo rev-  elation of herself this evening? iio  turned It over in every conceivable  way, but could arrivo at no conclusion  concerning her. Ho decided thut hu  must certainly mako an opportunity  for talking with hor and luvct-llgitte  her thoroughly,  Meuntlnio Hen Macklohcnny's hesitation lu taking advnutago of the ulnar  field left to him and his slowness to  Heat himself ln tho rocker at Ollle's  Mill} woro attributed by her to his woll  known bnshfulness. It wus thus that  sho hud Interpreted also ills luck of  nnlor on ovory Sunday night-thnt ho  hud been with hor. No amount of encouragement on her part hud availed  to wnrm him up td'tho sort of lovo  mnklng considered In thnt locality an  em-out In I prof nco to matrimony,  "Hurt," ttognn Ollie, whon at lust they  wero  rocking  monotonously  side  by  rliln   It*,   Ihotr   hlf*   wiWInn   voolrot-fl   nn  the porch, "you ain't got no need to  troubio to mako ho polite to our Eunice, seeln' sbo nln't my right sister  that way. It makes me no dlflfcn-ucc  If sho likes you or if sho don't, her  [ boln' only 'dopted nnd not nur own  Illlll   *lllll   llKIUli,      it   V.UIIH1II 1    UllpllMMI  mo If you didn't mnko over her any."  "But," liegim Hon uneasily, "1 didn't  mnke polite to her just fur to pleuso  you, Olile���������not Just to sny fur that ex-  acliyj I"��������� Ho stopped helplessly, looking distraught.  Ollie was slow ta grasp a new Idea.  All she snw just now wns that lier  hiiNhful lover wns more emlmrrasfi'l  than tisunl. "That's nil right. Hen."  fhe ron������*!*ured lilm-qiiile inelevunt-  ly the uncomfortable fellow thought.  Tliey rocked in ullcnco for n while,  ivunsylvanla Dutch csiuriniiips ur������*  v.u;U tn fi. puuetuutud by U,:vn \*ul..'..i  at sepulchral silence.     Hen's counte  nance, instead ot expressing tlie ec- j  stneies of a lover In the fair presence |  of his lady, looked as If he were sit- '  ting In a dentist's chnir under the ordeal of an exposed nerve.  "Hen," snld Ollie presently ln a tone ���������  of heavy Import, "I wstut to speak,  somepln to you.",  "���������*. ;  Hen fidgeted and waited to hear it. I  "If you wasn't kee'ptn' comp'uy with j  me. Hen, do you know what I'd near .  up nnd do." ;  "But that needn't hold you back, j  Ollie. from nothin', fur 1 ain't just to !  sny"���������. " \  Hen floundered ngnln and was silent, ;  "I'd tuke and go to town and hire .  put fur a girl. 1'op he holds .'me so-  close at homo-to .the work* and won't  leave mo g<> none���������and If I was hired  1 could mebbe go more'n 1 kin so.  Tliey anyhow kin havo off in the evenings still-hired girls ln town kin."  "You needn't mind me, Ollie." Hen  A BUILDER OF EMPIRE  SIR  THOMAS   SHAUGHNESSY   18  BUSY  MAKING   HISTORY.  LOST A  President of the C.P.R. Has  Had "*  Career That   Inspires Admiration���������* i  ;������������������  Once-a Poor Lad In Wisconsin K*  1    Is Now Head of the Greatest RonH  !     In the  World With  an Army at  80,000 Men to Do His Bidding.  i Tho Mncuuluy or the Froude of tomorrow, when dealing with tlie af-  fuirs of our age, will ilnd his��������� imagination..(ired not by the speeches aha  campaigns of partisan statesmen,  but by the work of those Empire-  builders who, to-day are creating now  nations   of   English-speaking   peoplo  hastened to roassuro her; "you just go j where   yesterday   there   was   wilder  '���������-������������������������������������-������������������ ��������� nessi"   Among   theso    Sir    Thomas  Shuughncssy, president of the Cuni*-  dian 'Pacific Railway,- will take high  place.   . ���������'.." (  His recent visit to Europo affords  occasion -for - recalling something nt  his achieveinonts. \y  '   :  ��������� Forty years ago Tom Snaaphncssy,  a lKibr lad in Wisconsin,joiiivd n  railway in St.- Paul, starting at tho  bottom of the ladder. Nature had  given hin-j, parents to be proud of and  good'figlitiig Irish blood in his veins  -not ii bud beginning in life. Today lie possesses moro actual power  than many a king. He is. head of  the greatest railway in "the -.world.  Eighty thousand' nicked men gladly  do-his bidding". Tlio line over which  he presides is the veritable backbone  of the 'premier ."of the British overseas dominions. The Canadian Paci-,  -lie Railway stretches from the waters  of the Atlnntic to the Pacific; its  steamers do their business from  Antwerp to Hong Kong and from  Liverpool'to,,-'Shanghai.'  For a man to be born in the West  is," for- those able to seize their opportunities, to be a favorite of fortune. Thomas Shaughnessy started  when the West was in the beginning  of its making. He rose rapidly from  post to post on the St. Paul system,  and thirteen years later he was invited to, join the, Canadian Pacific  Railway..  The step required courage. The  line.'.was not yet completed to the  Pacific, and was faced by serious  financial and engineering difficulties.  The two-master minds that set out  to make it, George Stephen and Donald Smith, must at times have wondered at" their own daring. The railway was still fighting''.to...accomplish  'the passage of thet Rockies, Money  was none.too plentiful, and the prosperity of 'Canada���������on which the  Canadian Pacific Railway must ever  depend���������was  the   subject   of   many  If you want."  Hnt Ollie shook her head.   "I thought-  nt It, but I couldn't make my mind  up to, leave you, Hon."  Hen looked miserable.  "Or if 1 didn't hire out I thought at  going to ii factory. In a factory you  kin net all the time���������and If there's one  tiling l love to do it's settin'. And pop  ho has cross if ever he sees me settin'.  To be sure, Sally Schnabel, she disheartened me i'ur hirin' out. She  hired there fur a while in town at  tuich a bory-din- house where there  was twenty-two corners and goers nnd  she says she had to work wonderful  ,hard. She says ut home on the farm  she had only sir to cook and wash fur  ���������and twenty-two towards six���������that's  a difference, too���������ain't?"  "Yes, anyhow," Hen dully acquiesced.  "And Sally she sayed them towners  they wanted a hired girl to be aafool  fur 'cui���������to run in a room' when they  rung a bell like as If she was a dog  and to hand 'era things round the table  Instead of cloln' their own stretchiu'.  Them ways I wouldn't take to so  good." ,  "I guess." Hen agreed.  "And Sally she sayed the missus  wouldn't leave her have her reg'lar  comp'uy come and set up with her���������  she tote Sally she didn't want no  Btrnnge man comih' to her'" bouse.  And Sally she tole her pretty quick,  "He-ain't no .strange man,' slie .says.  'I wouldn't go with no strange,mun.  He's my reg'iar comp'ny.' Now. think,  Hen! Accusln' Sally of travelin' with  a strange man!" ;  " "To think anyhow!" said Hen.  "But a body could go to''the'roof t  garden now und agin if you was hired  "iu"town7"Ou^t~^Vb^li^twirTneyto  such a theater play at the rooft garden  and if it wasn't grand yet! A man  come on the stage named Mr. Montgomery. He was the willain. Now,  if he wasn't somepin fierce! Honest to  gpoduess. Hen, be was the worst man,  I ever seen!"  "Now!" exclaimed Hen with forced  sympathy.  , "But. then, to be sure, if I was in  town stay in' me and you us we  couldn't keep comp'ny Sunday .evenings."  Hen's gloom deepened to despair.  "Ain't.  Hen?" Ollie tried to rouse  him to some ardor.  (To be Continued,)  DAMES AND DAUGHTERS.  Marie Montossorl, a lecturer in the  oniversity at Rome, Is snld to bo tho  most intellectual woman in Europe.  Miss Helen Taft, the president's  daughter, has the credit of being an  excellent cook and of being ablo to  make her own clothes.  Miss Anna Dreyfus of Chicago, a  teacher of French, has been honored  by tho decoration of ofllcor d'aendemie,  couferred upon her by tho French  government. '  Mrs. W. Eames Colburn. wifo of tho  head of a Chicago banking firm, has  built a modern sovon room houso for  hor thirty-five prlzo cats. Tho houso  is fitted up with brass bods, silk draperies and lii'.'o curtains.  Mrs. Harriot Stanton Rlntch, president of tlio Etpiiillty I.eiiguo For Self  Supporting   Women,   is   not  yot  an  doubts. "Many of the brightest young  men left the Dominion year by year  to settle in the States, and men free-"  j ly said that Canada must before long  I beg   for   annexation   by. the ' Union.  i The  West  was  almost  undeveloped.  'Winnipeg was emerging from its life  'as a 'Hudson, Ray fort; and 'Vancouver ttift, an outpost of civilization cut  off from the world save by the sea.  The Canadian Pacific Railway count-,  ed as its chief asset, apart from its  line, twelve million acres ol land  which no one then wanted.  ��������� That was twenty-six years ago. Tlio  tale of what'has been done since then  is the most remarkable romance o!  business thnt the modern world bus  known. . The making of the 'new  West, with its vast ,eities, its .great  wealth,' and its overwhelming prosperity, could never have-' come-ns it  has hut for Stephen and Smith-  now known to us all us Lord Mount  Stephen and Lord Strathcona���������nnd'  the pioneers behind them. In this  band of pioneers Shaughnessy sooii  come to the front.  1 Ten years ago, when Van tTorne,  the "president, retired to the quieter  post of chnirmnn, the Ind from Wis-  consin was chosen in his place. Tho  story of those ten years has been  written in the history of the world.  The advance of the past decade hns  been phenomenal*, but if the plans  of this fighting lender aro realized  they will be ns nothing compared  with the deendo now beforo us,  In n quarter of a century ������.'100,000,-  OflO of new values has boon created  beyond the Great Lukes, For this  Canada..hns to thank tho " railway  milkers.  It is tlio fashion to dnpiet Sir  Thomas Shnughnossy uh n stem nnd  unbending personality. Who it wus  started the idea 1 do not know, but  ho is wrong.   He is an inionsely bu-  Ainerk'iin   citizen,   bocuuso she   innr* ,  .._.   ....  rled an Englishman.    She has deter-') ������lllj* Irishman,   kindjv,   sympathetic,  mined, however, to be naturalized In  duo form, though sho would prefer to  hnve congress mnke her n oltlzon by  special net, ns was dune In tlio caso  of Mrs, Nellie Grunt Sartorls,  Lndy Groville Is one of the latest additions to England's long l!nt of American bearers of titles. Only n your  ngo tlio now Lord Grevlllo wns a  younger son, but Ills'brother and father hnvo died since, tho brother suddenly, Lady Grovillo Ib n dnughtpr  uf tlm Into John W. Grace of Now  Vork nnd tfic'wldow of Hugh S. Kerr  of Now York, who died In 1007.  Eggs of Crabs and Lobstors.  Crubn and lobstcrd are hutched from  oggs, rosumbiiug upon birui nothing  so  inuen  us,  tue  uiiiiiiuiculiii* uiiown  hy tliL- .iiih-if>vuj.K.- iti v's u'vp ol ,.iU;,i  water. They an* us unliue tho .shellfish they ure to uecouio iu mature  liio ii.-! u grub is uiwiKu a bututrlly.  In the cunt; oi tlie crab the egg clusters are uttuelis'U b.'Jitmt-ii tho annual  UlU-r ������:XUUi*UUIi, films*   svil-U   lili'  KllMUT  they become fissusiien u> tliu tail,  which by its tunning motion iiicrcutti-ii  the stream ol oxyg^nuuid uir liirougn  uud among the ova.  ^rr^jy-:  CAN'T EATI STOMACH OUT OF ORDER  You are losing strength and vitality, That lisblesn, languid feeling is due to the weak condition of tho sy-stem. Theee are suro  signs of a breakdown. Check tho breakdown quickly and effectively by usui* PSYCHINE the Greatest of AU Tonics. If you  feel worn out, and run down, it is timo for a tonic. Use  PSYCUINEtsarly, do uot wait till vjJu are worse. It will tone  up your system and restore you to your old-time vigor and heahh.  Keep your stomach in order, increase your appetite, restore your  system to tx health* condition by taking PdYCHINEto-day. Mrs.  J, T.-Miller,,of 63 Notro Dame Street, Winnipeg, proved this,  * for she says: ������������������ I am thankful for what PSYCHINE hia done for  ine. I wai laid up with weakness, Oh, how I suffered 1 My  appetite was very poor and .my stomaoh was greatly disordered.  To-day I am strong and woil, for PSYCHINE hns brought me  permanent relief. I feel liko a new woman now to what I did  "^ ""),   I feoi the vigor of girlhood in my  veins once more," '  J_or Side by all Drusvlitt nnd DsjtUeri, 50e and 11,  Dr, t, A. SLOCUM, LlmlUd  TORONTO  'tt  V  H  ;  M  GREATEST OF ALL TON ICS  EVERYBODY WHO EATS BREAD  8hould avoid dangar of impurities in delivery from the ovon to  ���������the home.   Insist on your baker wrapping his bread in  EDDY'S BREAD WRAPPERS  ������  We aro the original mamificturers of bread wrappers now used  by leading bakers of Ottawa.. Toronto, and other cities.,  THE E.B. EDDY COMPANY. LTD., BULL, CANADA.  I  THE RIGHT WAY  In alt cases'of  D9STEMPEB, PINKEYEJINfLUENZA,  COLDS, ETC  at all horsM, broodmares, sxJta, stalllonn, la 'to  "SPOHN THEM*99  en their tonaruea or ln the feed put Bpohn's Ll.uM  Compound. Give the remedy to'nll ol them. It  acts on tlio blood and trland-a. It routs tho dlwase  by expelllna* tho disease irermi. It ward8 off the  trouble no matter howrthiiy are "exiiosed." Ab-  iwlutely free fronv anything Injurious. A child  can safely take It. 50o and $1.00; $5.50 and $11.00  tho dozen.  Sold by, dru������isU aad funstu dealtrs.  f|< .. DlHtrlUuiorssi  All; Svrfoisfisi'i'i;*;   Ornarsvlntss  SPOHN IMEDICaL CO.,  Chemists and Bacteriologists  GOSHEN, IND., V. S. A.  fi  I  and n mini of mnny frinnilfi.   Tn Iiiiui  nnHH hi' it* ii relent leas   fl-ihicr,   niuL  tliosc  who cpiiid into collision  witlr  Iiini ilinl thit ho bitH tlmt aiid hits  hard.   Not Ion*, sinco, for example,  n rival railway nought to extend it-  Helf  into    what  he   coiiHidered'* bin  rnihvny    Hpbera   of   influence.     He  promptly hi Id down  a new lino ul-  mont pnrnllel to the route proponed  hy the opposition,   Awny in the WohI.  one enn ride mile after mile on one  system and nee the rails, of the other  a few ynrds off.  II.ow ha-* Sir ThomiiH Shiuii-ihntwy  pueceedod? How, above nil, has he  niiuiuifi'd to rut-nii) the vipor, tlio  Btrenu-tli. ami the buoyancy which today display tlienii*ulvi*������ in. his hour-  Inix und iiioicivo Hpoech, doHpito bis  ti'"niendoiiH dutiesP  .Fimt, he works on Rynteni. He is  a rulor an.!, ;���������.��������� .v.ry :n\\*-,;-,.] j.;.,,!-  dent must be, he Ir lnrirely nn auto-  crat. He in an untirinu Htudent of  detail, and nothing in too snuill for  his nitontion. He pliinf*. but hn  leaven the ri.veoutlnn to othert*. while  keeplnir in coni-tant touch  with  all  sides- nf tbo wnrle tic fn mn������ter nf  bin work, and is a fitroiiu believer in  the theory thnt ho worku hc*?t who  remembers* that work in not all.  ; Durinir olllee bouri* ho. is a mn-  chine, mrtdterinir, directing, control-  linir. When be lenvos oilice be lonvoa  busini'fi.'- cnri's- behhid. "I never want  to t������<*o tuy ii.'Ci'i'tnry v.-hen liu.'inc.^'  hours nte over." he declared.* "The  hii'ds'St   mnn   ubould   be  nble  to  ci-.I  i  QUnt������ Nearly Twenty Feet Tall.  The ("i'Uit l-Yrr.kKii,-., wlio wiu, kIhiii  by Orlando, the iiepnow of Charw-  ningtic, won,  it  L  uui'Bcl,  ciglitctra. ,, . .    .  feet high.    H������'  fthiv.i-s   ���������iccorripanied I ,,,1S   *or!c   ,n    ���������^������������������w   '"W'".    n^l  the army on toot, tn r.* b *ii-K no liorho j f������'������>'''������   ������ijv������-   everything   o ear   f-or  Utll hiiu mUitiie eisoufc*;, w carry hini. j;11""' nwi  Um^  ltml frlon,1������'  I'lists'iiis  in   hi*   piib.i.iiio.l   wriling** jl ~~     '    ' ~  Uilln ot u (final \vbotii  lie exaniinesi i Monster  Pumpi.  ut   I.ticiirne    u'iiossv*    I'Ksy  MiidiiuNKi ' (   *nio crt-iit pmups made lo pump qui  nitiotc":ti  tmit  hur inc.vu.au-/  fiircti    I���������'���������<-'���������'  llinrl'iu,  in   Hrtllnrid,  t'l'mp-'-l  iltturt.  icmimrii.1 'i ^|f- uri-iit pmups made to pump qui  i</ fUccc ^,*'''" Hmrh'tii, in FloMiind, pump.-.!  i '-100.000 toii������ daily fnr eleven v-'ari*.  Where Christie's Biscuits  come from���������  The cleanest factory in Canada  THE Christie, Brown biscuit factory ia in keeping with  trw Intomntionjil wpntntiftn of ihn firm. Viqftnrn  know jtiflt why Cshrfat.ta'R blficitit.9 nre the hest, bjiltod���������and''  hundreds visit the big factory every season,  The Christie, Brown people stake their reputation on  cleanliness and quality. The raw product is the purest  nnd boat -monny cnn buy, find every ounce of it is  carefully analyzed before it can enter the bake rooms,  Every devico and machine-making for the perfection of  tho product-is used in tho big factory. Tho bright antj  cheerful employes, all arrayed in spotlessly whito uniforms laundried on the promises, speak volumes for the  sanitary conditions undor which thoy work. You just  buy Chriatia's Biaouila onco mil you'll kuow why your  neighbors call thorn "so good." The best grocers keep  them and thoy cost no more,  Christie, Brown & Co., Ltd., Toronto  _!_=___.  aa  SSS&XXXhl  > ��������� :;-.r* * **l" ���������v _,. ..- i  A /  /c/i  THE  NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  V  'l  iE/������^[idT>/I  To remmber &nen������&$emenr  THE gentle art of aiding a poor,  wenk ineinory over the flifllcult  places ln everyday llfo ls very  ���������Easy. Now, ot course, psychologists tell  us that the most effective way to  strengthen one's power to remember Is  by exercising'the faculty-itself. There,  are laws by which a systematic memorization can take place. Association  by contrast, resemblance) contiguity cf  time and place.- etc., is the great key-  mote. But what are we to ilo when  there is an Isolated fact or experience  '.-'-. ,v ��������� .,������������������������������������������������������-  in our life that refuses to be classified  under any of these psychologicalheads?  Just exert your will, say the, teachers,  . and you will not forget. And then comes  the reply of a frantic, forgetful female,  "But I d0 forget."  Here am a few minor troubles clue to  a good forgettery. They happen tq  ���������most of us. There .are little ways to  ���������circumvent a habit of1 forgetting.  ���������There-.s-the-!im!ire!!a1-fw4nstan-*.et_that_  nestles In the corner of the train seat  ���������and continues to nestle after you have  left. Did you ever think of placing It on  the side near the aisle? As one facetious  man remarked,' "B'r?ak a leg, but don't  foi get the parasol!" His humor, boiled  down, really Is true. You must pass the  umbrella on yout way out, and it will  '.-I .���������       ���������.. ,0  remind you of its presence.   Try it.  How many persons borrow small sums  of money in emergency cases and, from  the fact that they aro small, forget to  return them? "Why didn't you tell me  Hint J had never returned you lliat dollar?" asks a friend, is It not queer that  in nine out of ten cases we feel a reticence about reminding the borrower?  A������ a 'inniter of .fact, m simplo little  Hint Is very good, Whoi^you borrow &0  cents from your friend, write on a slip  of paper or a card an "I, O, M ccnlB to  . " imd place ll In the purse that y-ou  ���������will use the noxt day. Vou .will ilnd  thnt it works very woll.      '������������������-������������������*'  When making engagement's in-the future, write ilio fact on a curd and slip  it In the mirror of' your dressing table,  Kvery one looks at tho .minor, and  even nt tho lust minute'tho gentle re  minder will stare you in the face. It i*-������  more apparent than the engagement  book in your desk.  A convenient telephone' list ls a great  aid. First of all, your friends' names  must be kept l-n black aiid .white. Then  the call number of the doctor, the nearest lire statfcn - and police station, so  that when needed they wll] be at hand.  You object to this? Why not refer to  the book when in doubt?; Well, sometimes the book is notavallable.or is old,  Some'limes your maid may not know  the first name of a friend needed in a:  hurry. The book should be attached to  the instrument and always at your  service.  When reading a library book, use the  card for your marker.   You will not let  ���������������the date of, return pass without know-  lngjt.    ; , , ; ;, ��������� ;-.,:..  These hints nre intimately connected  with the facts, to be remembered. They  are much better than the tyfoig of the  string   on   the   finger, and   forgetting  everything except the fact that it was a  reminder of something.  - .. ��������������������������� <.,\ ��������� .-  Little helps will make things go more  smoothly, and in some cases will make  great differences-,in our lives.  ''Annie Laurie"  IT IS Interesting to know the history  ot souse ot our oluest and 'jest-loved  sungs. "Annie Laurie," for instance,  a universal favorite wherever English  is spoken, is founded on ubsolute truth.  This Is tlie story:      ' . .  Annie Laurie was tho oldest of three,  daughters of Sir Robert Laurie," of'  Maxwelltdn, Scotland, She was born  December Hi, NIS2. and grew up a beautiful maiden, who was besieged���������in the  good old fashion���������by countless ardent .  lovers. 'Among them was Willium  Douglass, of Kirkcudbright. Douglass  was a gay youth, hero ol! a Scotch song,  "Wllllo Was a Wanton Wag," which  ,., sufnolently, .describes his character, Me  wus renlly In love wllh Annie, and  mount every word of the poem he" ud-  drosse-d to her, which was originally  much longer thun wc know It generally  today. '���������  ,       Unfortunately for Hie proper ending of  CLASS DAY  NOWADAYS there ls no school so  small or po elementary in its scope  that it does not with suitable ceremony celebrate mo graduation of Its  clauses, in the large city schools, or in  the colleges, elass day aud commencement have different days and different  exercises, and everything from tbe engraved prov-i.uun to the professional organist W irriiiim������d by years of tradition. Hut the little school cannot afforsl  to do all Ibis, mul It Is tho little school  that needs help ami advice.  If i-ommi'iKi'tm-ui nod cliisr, day nre  iys,i vnisr istosrrum Is easy to smile. You  will lmvo your snhilatory. your class  .sliiivtii'-. perhaps your history, poi>m  aud prophecy ami y.>ur presentations,  together with Hie great feature of Uu*  dav. ths* \als'dlcl<<ry, und, It uiu*" be, a  woid or two from one of thf school or  town o!!l.������'t"N. Really, when It is at all  {Ki.tllilc, it !s belter to liave the two  M*piU'ii!<", commeircemtMU Is so largely  an utlls-'nl matier. under lhe direction  of ths* teachers, that It seems as tf the  class ou������vlit, to have one day set apart  ii.nl roii*-cci-iU*u lis the buys nnd girls  themselves.  You can, of course, have the regular  clas-s day, with the program just given,  jmitiln_r Mio salutatory, the address and  Ibevmbrelte nwartte a������fe  a romance, Aririledld not, for simia  reason, marry Douglass, but, at tlm  ago of 27, wedded James Fergumton, of  Cialgsiuirach, How Douglass took the  Wow we do Jiot know,  The com poser of tho simg is unknown,  iwd Ihe st-fimsa beprlmiihg  ''Like tlie dew on th'c'"gowB*n pylng  ,   Is the fa' of her fairy .foot,"  was also added by un anonymous -hand.  Thoro Is surely, however, enough real  find authenticated romance connected  ���������with the song to endear It to every  man and woman.  t '  From Centigrade to  Fahrenheit  THE common thermometer system  we uso to tell how hot It Is Is ths  Fahrenheit; the scientific method  is the centigrade, which is on a decimal  basis. Occasionally medical or engineering direct ions'' are given In centigrade, iind.lt is then well to know how  to turn this into the system by which  ''onr ow.ii"thermometers are made.  The easiest method is bo multiply the  centigrade temperature' by 2; deduct 1-10  of the product andTrTd^l2T^Th%s*r?fl~de^"  grees centrigrude' multiplied by 2 equals-'-'  - .'.'(it); mlm'is 1-10 of GO, 'or G, equals 51; plus ;  82  equals ������������������ 80,  the Fahrenheit  tempera-  a tare,   This is a method simple and good  to know in an emergency.  Picture Hooks  IT IS frequently difllcuit to fix nails to  the walls, on which to hung pictures, owing to the powdery condition of the piaster, whicli causes the  nails to fall out utmost Immediately.  The best .way to overcome this is to  have a carpenter plane a small piece of,  wood arid bore six holes In It, Then  drive In this wootl line nails, so tlmt  when driven" home they will protrude'  about a quarter of nn Inch, Next glue  the.back of the block to the wall, knoek-  'ing the-nulls In at the snmo time.  When set, this is quite llrm,, nnd  hooks screwed Into it will hold a considerable weight, "  Satisfying Pussy  EVERY one knows the lovo of a cat  for a particular place; and thia  love makes It very bard to persuade kittle to movo when the family  does, A custom, tried nnd found true tn  Mnglund ls to destroy the keen Seoul  which lends the cat to return to the  old home, aud which Is curried by tlm  {tot. by rubbing all ber paws well wiih  butter,  For til's sake both of olonnl Incus und  ihu butter, pussy will ilck lier paws  clean. This, I'm* sumu rciuwn, tukin  nwny the Hci'iil, and she Ih forever nl'l'i'  contented and luippy���������-until you move  again.    Cleaning Telephones  E  VWN tin* neatcHt 1ioiihcI*i'|'|iitx ure  criminally cuicIchh about cleaning  their K'li'phimi'H. Hci'inmgly liny  lire not a wars' that tninsinillier.iinil receiver liolh will nsMiiri'illv trniisinit und  I's'ii'lvsi dlrl, gunus and odors, t'lincrcw  lhe liipH nf both 'iniii xtstrlllv.e th'*m  ih.iniiighlv. Warm witter with wmiIs  I'lirbnllc iiclil or* tils'* suds of ciirbnlls'  acid sjinnp Is hunt.  If possible, use a waxed paper shield  pierced with lllih* holes over tin* li.uis-  mltter, especially If your telephone In*  used bv many persoiis, Including trijiMi  not of your own family ami Household.  New Shoes  7/iv? em^/deree/Qc/QQ or? 70p  HAVK you a white lnco vol! thnt ynu  do not wish to wear UiIh summer?  Do not throw it awuy, hut listen  to tlio word* of a wlwo woman who fn  rciinwnt*i) tor lier s.-.i������vvi vKinui������;..u-., 'il.c  rurely allows her pusse-mlmis to suffer  from dlniHO, Tbo nub benp Is not resorted to by hor, for slie potWHMCH un  nil-seeing eye for tlm possibilities that  lio |n (ins- article, "Of cmim* It Is a  veil," she sny**; "but you don't sup-  yotn* that It hn������ >'n remnln a voll?"  The pre/fenee of luce on huts ban  Riven hi*r u practical miKitestlnn. Hlie  bins is finish tmli.in lucid with ,*i',U. It  hu*  Imii   worn   since -spring  a'.d  Uie  GaT/tened on P?e uncferfsJdtr  lining bar- become a trifle worn. Well,  tins clever ���������wmiiisii it, A<it^,r,\.i,%, ,,��������� tT.T.U  lnco to tho turned-up brim of the hut.  It Ih done by nt retching the veil around  the brim, wllh tin* eiwln nf lnce Joined  nt the buck, of course. The Hsullopml  edge is nlliiwi'd tn Just reach Ihe end  of the brim. Here nnd there thf* luce  must be pii'uti'd In inward the crown,  It Hlinuld be plnnf-d nl Hist mul the  fullness rvs'iilv sl'istrlbiiled. With lung  slip   stitches  ilu*   veil  hIwiiIiI  then   be  "tnckeiV in place, Any eycenss niaterlul  i.'..-...:.'. '..., ���������-.;!. ..-ft V-1-'1 ������������������'��������� !'.(������������������ n..i.'i������ w  put ill the hut.  If your lint be n large Hot shnpe, lhe  veil can be used In it different way, The  llguri'd edge Is effective when nppllesl  to the upper surface nf the tint brim.  About two Inches <sf the line will do fur  the applied binding, lie Dure t'i have tl  tin- same width ul) .trismus, .n.il il.i,\ cau  be ilnrii* If ths' veil be lirst pinned before hunting.  When  iiiinime over  thu  Uinu MiUtR',  pleat In the fiillui'ss toward the crown,  Try on the hut Mnr* the tlnni Mtliehlnir,  en that nil Utile defect r cut) ho  remedied,   Then apply the new lining,  lil-icl.-    ,.|.|l,i   >irc   uiu..   i-nriil       A    ni-nrf  cnn In* ii I Ill/nl In tin* snine way,  Where there Is hitiiiII mnri'*v nnd much  cIcven.r'SH, the womnn will be belter  dressed than In u ense where bru'iis  unit ench nre nverful, Ai fnr using  veils for yikf's nnd eiiffs in lnce  gulmpes, th** o|ipnitunli!i������������������������ u'<* without  iiiiiiii.i'i-. Try 1.. mi- ii. ,.'.,< ..i'.'.cU* nf  slrtsti the poHNlbllUUs nf u change In  uu*,    Vou  will  ilr.il  tlmt   I' t.-'i}*-  WIIWN' nr������w slMi'K-whlch ntted  "perfectly well" nt the Nhoe-  rnnker's iiliwh badly, ninlMen  a cloth In nut wnu-r anil imM Ir wrnstH  tho plnco where lhe iiri'ssiire Is fell, thn  shoe being on; iih xouii ns Die wuii-i*  rooln, renew It, and repeat the perform-  r,���������,.0 ������i���������<s>������<tV tl,ii(.������ ' Tlie Is'iither will  thus liu shupesl tn llio tool.  N'cw "hue i tb'i*. "i|ui"iv sihonbl Viis  plnced with the hUcm hi ii biisln ot water,  or slunihl liuyi* u pi-g driven bliss tbe  sole ������iv the cobbler, l.lllifr method will  remove the uiipU'iis.tiit isoimd,  ?a������������tHess Stamps  FnKQl'I',S'n,Y, sspoclnlly in olflces,  n Inn:,- niinibir "f hIjiiii|ik twist lie  smikei. free of imin'i'deil s-iivi*lo|,'S'S  nnd need in the rciiliant puiis-lexs condition. Wl.s'it oiilliiarv muclliiiri* l<s up-  piled It spri'isslf in mi untidy ninl Ugly  milliner. Till* best ttl'ng tu ilu iss to  niiilMen the Hup of nn siivt'lope and  |i.i������m tin- viiiinp i-'.''iili. "."I '.'.��������������� -..rin'i-  .luul eiutiisth pnste In ciipplhsi in sih-u U-  in the impsr.  X      SCmtiiiii  the valedictory; When you oan, however, it Is more interesting to vary matters a little by introducing a few novelties. Can't any of your class do  "stunts"? Now Is the time to come  forth and show your hiddden talents.  Why not give a little original play-  say, a version of the mock-turtle scene  In ''Alice In Wonderland" with your  classmates and your teachers caricatured in the rolesV Or form a glee club  from your members, and give choruses'  "TOTwee:n_the~other-f eaVures-o f-tb.e- day-?���������  Or hold your class day ln the open air,  . with  athletic   contests,   followed  by   a  ���������'���������performance of "As You hike It," the  east- drawn from tVse entire school?  These are only a few suggestions; you  will  think of many  others yourself.  But, whatever you do, be sure lo have  ���������very, smcmlier of the class- tnke part.  Even ri, little place on un ln.������lg*illlcant  committee tiichiis a great deal lo a  sensitive person.   Don't say:   "Oh, let's  not glvo anything to do; he'll only  make a mess of It." Try the wonderful effect of responsibility. Sometimes  the best worker of your class is hiding  his- light under a bushel; at least tako  live, bushel awny.   And what if some lit--  , tie thing be done nut quite so well by  that quiet, reil-hulred girl as by yout-  clllclsmt secretary or twusurer?  O'lass day Is for all the cliisa, and Ibo-  rcd-hnlicd girl's pleasure at being of  service more than compensates for her  lack or skill.  Another Ihlng, keep expenses down.  That uotiiulti funny, doiibik'vi, In the  fnco of the usual empty high school  treasury.  It Is serious, nevertheless. Don't mako  I'limn day a burden to ihu children of  poor parents; .don't cause a girl to fuel  tiust hi'i* clnssmutfH will uneer If she  ciiiiii'h  in her Imn   stunincr's drenu in-  steiiil uf iv new one; or don't mnke tho  dins im iK-uvy '.bat a buy bits lo elioosn  lieiwiiyn dropping out of school nr file-  liis* the iHi'li'idi* of his cIiihs. Ten-cent  prciii'ntntliiiis iiiii be mnde us funny us  .1, 11 is i- i-iiii,; mi o|il-fnsbliiiii'd iiii-nlu  bents u issl.iui'iint "buiH|ii<*i" nny day;  ui'il iiriifirnms 'tire .Inst n������ pretty uud  uni'ftil when tliey aro liinulinnde, Five  ileiilgiiH an* bi'ic fur you to, nlmo'so  fiiiin; ytiii have only to uai:',' nil'* on  M-iu-ieniiiT* p������per iiini write the program  Inside,  I's'sil.tilsly )uur ������iri--.���������. >.'���������-.. it"-'. ' ������������������ -i'i  "ii|ii,-u" siiii'-lhul Is, ti'iii hers und rela-  iKi-M nnd friends will be Invited to ut-  tend. In Dim case, tell off a muihclent  number of yunr cbuss ns usher**, to h������o  ��������� imt   t-vs-rv one is iromfortably  s'ftaltxi,  Thi'ii, when ihey, huve rsj.iliu*il you,  march In in miiHli* played by nno of you  iiml l.itie yt.lir Hi'iltK. <l|.i"|i wllh tlis>  scbn'ii or t'lims sung Hind be stirs* that  fvtry nnt. of ynu know* Jt, words nnd  all), mul eniicliii!,., with tho nuMo-tiil  iintlifm.  Ami hisvu a rnlf-hi)' cccil time   ,,.,,������  ami Kirlw! Tlie GMtarteM News  issued Every   Tuesday by the  Como*   fit   Gunabenland  Publishing  Company.  This paper will not hold itself  responsible for tho opinions of others, ns may appear in-its colmnns  from tii������o to timo.  TUESDAY, September 12.1911,  LOST���������A medal setting in  aliape of bicycle wheeli, ta*t with  ftiiieihyst. Finder please return  to tills oftlco.    Keward.  good  FOR BALE���������A  horse    Seven yi-ar-*   old  lntoly quiet    For particulars  ap  bngjry  A 1)80-  For pa  ply to Captain it, 1*.   Vigors, Co  mox, B. 0.  NOTICE  The drawing for tlio large  graphophone will take place at  Cameron's Restaurant, Courtenay  on Wednesday, Aug. 23. All  tickets must be paid ��������� for before  drawing takes place, otherwise  tickets will not be accepted.  Tickets on sale at Cameron'B.  .Restaurant, Courtenay.  notIce!  Mr, G. Ardley, of Comox, has  in his possession a barrel"pf household goods, shipped with his  fnsight from Victoria, which does  not. belong to him. -Owner can  have same, by applying to the  above and paying expenses.  ���������.    t>  Cumberland ifc Union Water  Works Co.,  Ltd.  NOTICE.  Sprinkling    will   be   allowed  only two nights a  week,  nomely  TUESDAY and FRIDAY,  from  7 to 9 o'clock in the evening.  Leaky taps must bo a.tended to  -at-on C0f���������~- ���������-������������������ ���������������������������  Any changes or additions to existing pi pi ug must be sanctioned  by the company.  By order.  L. AV. Nunns. Secretary.  Cuniberhuid, B. C, Ana. 1st, 1911.  NOTICE.  All Permits,  for burning, are  cancelled until further notice,  J. W.-.-Grikvb, Fire Warden,  Courtenay, B.C., July 17, 1911.  DISSOLUTION    OF  NERSHIP.  PART-  NOTICE is hereby given, thnt  iii' iirt'ioi'bliip tinn ol' Maxwell  ���������V li'irnal was dissolved July 81st,  I i'i! by mutual consent, and the  Inn's.iihss will in future be carried  on by It, Hornal, All accounts  and debts against and duo the said  Iirm are payable respectively, by  and to R, Horual, All accounts  due the.above mentioned (inn,  must bo paid by August.il 1st, 1911  (Signed) A, Maxwell.  H. ll.orual.  FOR SALE���������5-room house  with bathroom and pantry, also  furniture. Apply Murk Morgan,  Alan port Avenue.  SEALED TENDKRS addrcaaed to the  un.ler*.igued, and endorsed "Teudtrr  forWtmit at Surf Inlet, B.C.," vol be re-  ooivsjd attbis office until 4.00 P.M., on  Tuesday, September2(5, 1911. ior the con-  Btrnotioa of a 1Mb Wharf at Surf lulet,  r-rmoesa Royal Inland. Civtut Mutiict, B.C\  Plans spdoifionV.a-H und fiim uf cou-  traut cm b-i seen aud f-irmu ni tendor ub-  ttiiist.fl tit this Depa tiflOBt. and at the offi  om of U. A. Kei'ts-r, Km*,., Dmlriek Kngin-  oor, Now VVeituiiuscr.B C ������ and w> npyl:-  o������tio'n to tlio Poatuia-ter at Piiuoo Rupert  nnl Victoria, li.0*,  Peroiu U'D-lei ,������g are notified that V.*ud-  era will uot bo 01 usidarco unlwiii mudo on  iho printed forms euppliid, and 8i_j.it d  wuh tktir ftutunl Higuatuien, it'tug tli ir  i ecu-at ions and places *? ��������� ea-o oe. la  ilie can������ of H two, the nutual aiguatur-i, die  nature u( th* uecupjtioii, und place of  reaidonoe o>t eiK-h muiuter of tho 61 iu Bi at  bo lilvw.  Ettth tender taunt he uoo. mpauiod by an  aeeepted cheque* on a tharts-r*t,d bitik, 1 ssy-  able to the ord.r of tl.* Houourabla the  MmiBter of Public Ws.rksj, e^ual o tut per  cent (10. px.) of th/ nuiouut of it-adci,  wh oh will be forfeited if thu peT'ion eun-  eriag decline to ente" into a contract, when  calhd upon 10 do so, or fui.'to compute  thi ooutraot, If the tender bo .ot auc p -  ed the cheque will bo returned.  Tue Depai tnient due* not bind itself   o  accept the low.ut or any tt nlei.  By order,,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secutary-.  D 1 artmentof Public Works,  Ottawa, Aujjia 28 1911.  NrWHptipera will not bo paid''Or' thin nd-  v *ri i������t mout if thoy insert it with, ut authority huvnt e Department,  SEALED TENDERS add^s-ed  t<> the  undt-iBiRtioii. and etidorted   '* Tender  for Public Bnildiug, Cbilliwuck, 'B.C.,''  will bo recer ed at'thii* offioe'until 4.00 V.  M.,Wedu aday; September 20. 1911, for  the oonairuction 1 f a Public Building,  Chilliwack, li. V.  Plans, specifications and f. na nf c u ���������  traot can be seen and forms of tender obtained at the office of Mr AYm Hondoison,  Resident Archi��������� eut, Victoria: B.C , at tho  Post Office, Uhilliwsck, B.C., and at thi.--  Depattraeut:  _^Persont-,tenile. iijg.are Dotified.thiit^teiis.  dors will not he t>)hBtdered uiileaa made o  the printed forma -supplied, and aiguecl  with their actual Biguaturtm. aUtiug their  occupatioua aud places of rc-idence. In ihe  ciae of firms, the actual biguatsire, the nature.of the occupation, and place of reui  deuce of each ms*mbco of the liim must bo  given  Each tender mu t be acooiupanied by an  accepted ch tjuo on'a chartered hunk, pa -  able to the ordea of the HonuU'able'. thi*  Miniflter of Public Works, equal to ten p ,r  eent (10%) of the amount i.f the t-m er,  whioh will be forfeited if the poraou tender  ing dooliue to enter iut-* a ouutraot who.,  culled upou to do bo, or fail to c< mp'etu  the work ooniruotod for. If tho tt-ndor be  not acoepUd the ohequo Will be ri turned.  The Ds'pwimoi.t does not bind it elf to  accept the lowest or auy tender.  Bv order,  R. 0. DBSROOUBRS,  Seortttry,  Department cl Tublic Works',    .,  OUii'-a, Aiuust 30, 11)11  NovvspitpeiB will not be paid f .r.th'a ad-  vortiMiineutif tliey iu_urli it without author  ity from the Department.  FOR SALK--C01.T,  old. tlioi'iiiiuhly  I'lokiui,  IIII'I'H. (piint,  Apply Ui >I. Marshall,  ���������1  yt'iiri*  uki d  to  )���������'���������  tfuiitlwirk, ]\ C.  f.r*~. 11      ...... ttt'... ^     ���������, .���������     m| ,. _x   j,  !*(M! 5J.MJ.������:���������Ti'.ii.i of Ikii'sor,  ill 'i.ii'U'l.'cd, J/ood woi'knrs,  ri;',' veil.-, iialili'.    A pply ,U .'Ti-ii't-*,  11  V li'W  Vann, f'-nniox.  lKii  llM ���������!!.;" dl' fKlViVVtil'.:.  in.' n.'f'.'ivcd ai '.ui:  ��������� r ;\ r'i'hsck nrnji  English brothers, 17 and 18,  dusiro (.'oritlnu'oiiri onployinont on  farm. Board, lodging and small  romnncration. P. O, Hox 80S,  Nauaiino, B. 0,  -���������    ���������1  1- ) .,, -|      r ,n   n      1 |- 1 ���������  NOTICK is hereby Bivontli'it 1)0 d������,\a  ;tfter dfi 0 I intoiid to npp'y 10 tiiu lion  MiuiiUr uf Litiitin fi.r a liuciiin tu pnmpeet  f.ir 0. ill mul lotiolouiu iinibTtliofuliowiiii;  ilouiiibcd lnnd'' Hituutu in Snywnrd IHh-  tri"t, ll.C:���������Cuinmi-uolni;' ut. 11 piuic pliinf*  od at tliotnirthniNt enruur- of Tiinbur L<u 0  Nn 47, "ti tio b.nk 0/ fiuiiplmll Jlivor,  lh >in> (|ti(\ H'Uih 77 lOoiiitiiiH uioroor Iiib  ti tin? mmtlit'iiHt ournor of Haiti Tiuibs r  LuiKO No 17 and Quineini Hi*.***��������������� Jntliiii)  Hctiitvi', thouoo lnu wtfit 80 t'lmiuH, tboiiio  due wt'nt 80 cliAiiii-, thoMOii due inutli SO  ili.n'-./, tlituioidiii' L'lti-t SOolmi:. to plnco ul  ciimiitiottiicnt.  sMAIIJA J'ANK 1'lUliST,  Ft. I'rio'st-, nii*flrit,  F>'. ���������������������������������������������('��������������� thin Sftlt ilny of Mneh, IIM J  llle  ���������.);.  i.ii'it.'i:  on   '1  win;  .Her 1  '1'0'V  I  v.. c'r.-.,* :   1 ......        1.1   "(i    1...  ......   ^ . *.   ,.  ���������,  ...     ..    .,.���������   ��������� ...t,.,  n'<, r .ii ti 1 !rti-i il ������������������ :ijui'    *u   !���������(���������   \\ -,,  >!iniits-r of 3/iudfl lor u 1 turnsi* to |ji'i|.titi t  f'sr t'lfii ��������� nrl2pitro!(>nm unsler tlie'*till..wiiig  il*tscriljod law!' uiuuti* ui Mav������ar<l  I>in-  trii-'t, uud heiiij������ lh*.- Ciii^plull Ui^*r Imlian  ltfsuivui   i'ssiiiiiiiiiioiii-; ittu posl HluulH 111  vim lutik nf t'tlinplii'll Rivor and Isuiiik tlu<  norlli * estt ont tier of Hitid  Ilmiivi*! theueo  dun   Hiuitli   'J-'i   elitinH ni'irsi or Icm* tu ihu  msutliwuist tinnier ut nuid  U**Hi.*rvi:   thenoo  (lnf eait H'l ehiiitH tu tun      eh; limine nm.  (>T i t.hei-ly and tooliwt'.t.'rly alo iu   iiiill   hi'iuh  npents wanted for tho  Universalltt" '"ntpb'H Rivir tspinr,. (.icmmrnpu  r hilt  The Universal  Fire Extinguisher.  Kner^i.-tir    r������*|)r%-p.������.-nt!itivc  n.i*nt. V*.  lHtH.������ tll'lH'.Mtll tl:\>  if Ml ���������)������), I'lll.  Via* Kxliiif'iiishcr.  An t-xfcl!������.*ut  "st'ller,"  Needed iu overy house.  Apply rn  II* JACOUSU:^  COMPANY.  ,  Vancouver, U.C   P'1)'3'       ^ l"V  ^*  SPATES  The TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  sMMMiJWBMlMIMnMmMMMMMMMMI IHlnHIMmHIIIW  sUodle������* Work  a Speciality.  ������������.������������������������������������������������������������������ .������.������..������.������.������������������.M|J  An Ad in the   Nkws  I  HAYWARO I^AND DISTIUOT,  DiHtriot of SnywHi'il.  TAKK notioo that Oenr^n btiiutwtur Jti-  niin^tun, of Vsnoniivfrr, H.U., inctdiiiiilu,  ill It-mil*. t.rt U|������|dj' for ps'i'inlHPiun tnpurolmio  the fullotvind <li.'n������vil)i������t liiiidn:���������  Ctiumunoi .|| ut 11 pout planted ut tlie  Hon h wtiHt fiisrimr of lot ri.Vii thouui* north  W) (iliniiiit. tlit'iHK* went 7fl 1 hniim, tlionoo  Hisiith HO elmiiiB, thenou oiwt 7fi oliniiin, tu  point of coiiii*n-*noeinoiit, contiiiniiiK 000  licrt'u, H"������ 0 <)��������� h'Pfl.  OltOlinK Ll'.IOKH'I'UU 'tlMlNII'I'O.V,  Hidttsrt llit'uv l!iit.,tiiut, iitfi'iit.  I>n<n< Mn* oh Dili  1(111  SAYIVAHIJ LAND  DIsTltlUT  Dihtrtr-k of Srivw rd,  TAKK NOTICK ttuit 1'ntriek William  Lo lio (/lnrk.  if Vunotitivrr,  H.C, Uw  clerk, I' UmhIh Io npply fnr pithuhhIhh to  |slU0htU!it   fill'  fulllMillK llllitlli'til    bmlHi  (InniiiHiH'iiii; ut ii |ii)������l pli.iitril at ihe  unithuo I, oonicrsif lot 'i.VJi IhiMitii-eiiHtfiO  ulmitiH. tlieiu'*- Hsiiilh (il cluiinsi, iliMito  wt'it -Ul cli'ilt h, iliM.no Hiuirh 10 tilinlmt,  tliciiitj tus.4 4ll tiliiiiii'i, tlit-fieo noitli til)  eh liuf* t<������ jihi<!c of loiiiititjuei'iucDt, ptiulsin  ii.j,' 57Hii!ii'H jii-iri* i-rl(.i,  I'.UHIt'K Wlt.MAM LknMK ('l.Al;K.  Hus r  ili'M'i/ Cht**'iul, .'i-*"!.  DiUxl Mm oh Wh. l'������JI.  S1  I BA LBD TEN DEfiS ml tl ret sod to tlm  uudurtiitfiitjil, nml onilor ud "Tindi*r  for VVlutri and twu Appr itehm ut IMi-oe  Itup'.rt, H.C, will bo HOi'iveLl u til '1,1)0  l*.M.,siii M,.ndiv>i Supteiuber t!5, 1011, f r  thu u iiatruotiimi of 11 Wlunt nud two  Ai,'*ro.iolni��������� at l'i'inoo Uiiuett/Qiitniutitie  St ti inn, Di*. y lulnn), H.O.  1'iiitifl, Hpouilioiitiim und firm of oon-  tr tot cm bo ot'tiu und fonnnof tmidur 01  t litlvd ul th B Do(j-itinotit nnd at the ot!!-  coit! ot (J, A, Ktofur, K������i|, Dutiiut KsurI -  our, Nsnv Wo tiiitueUr, H.C, audtn uppl  out on tu the PiiHunitmem ut I'riuu. Hupi it  und V'O'oru, It 0.  IVibokh tu uio lnu aiunutilliHl th.it. tend  1 ra will no:- Im ''uimideiud tinlo>u nindo on  llli'prititml in inn mi'iplhn1, ivud Hi^ 11.11  with 1 In ir sii'titiil i-lguMiiriHi Htiitniff their  t'ooupmii.j'i*! mul pliutCH of rtiiioisou. In  tho oahu of linn 1, th - uo mil .iuniituri', Ilie  iiititno uf ihoiCtiiii'U'iiii mul pliiouof it'ii-  tlm uo if ouuli inoiiiDi r of tlm lii'in uiu-1 be  ������ivmi,  Kuoh tends r nmt bo iiioiiiiipnniod by an  iiC-'uptOil ul.0i{uu uu 11 ehii'Ored b:nil(, puy-  lililu tu tlm order of tut) lliiiiuurahlu thn  sMit.inter ������*f l'nhliu W'Tlifi, cii|uul tt> leu ptr  lOiit. (It) p.o.) i.f tno unioiint. uf thn tender,  whiub will bo forfuiiod it iht) iuiihuh tend-  ,.*    .'..*! .     '    1. ,  !... ,.,..   ..!   .!'! ,.  . 1 ,.in    >...- .   ....   W   I-  -HI    ..������../ ..  . W*< .. -'^������   -' .   V  cut (*-l 1 jt. 11 t" ilo .i\, or f.d  t*i   1'itinj.ti-t;*  tiie v.ori, 0 u riiu.oit lor.   If tho Un dor be  lint lueopkd ilu* 1111'l'liu will bu i������liillletl,  Tiiu Uiipiir'.Miiuit tlsinH nut hind 1 wolf to  lies opt tho lowi'Ht nr nny louder,  V.y ti|Mi*r,  11. C liKMtUCIIKKH.  ISecnUiy.  I), jmrtniMi t nf I'nbho Wurlot,  tltuun, Aumi.kL 'J(l, 1011.  Ktu'Kpiptirtt will imt be pml for lliii ad.  vmti i-cp n, if I in'*, in.t,it it with ml. iiuUi.  oi'ity from the p.p.r ment.  Distinct of Sayward.  TAKK NOTICE ih.t Willium  Cnl'Jwt'll, of Lanark, Out., minii)'*  man, intinidn to npply for ptirmia  yion to purclint-o tlio following xla-  Hcnbed Inndc:���������Comiwoncing ut a  pout pi 1111 ted at tliu nort h\vent romer  of Lot 400, Currint.ton Iinv, Snywnrd District, tbt'iico followii)" tho  north boundnry of ot 4% e.iHtorly  fur 40 ohnins, tlionoo north 20  (*hniw>, thonco wo-<t to tlu*nlioio lino  thonoo Bomhwutterly und fo lowin-j  ihoi-linro liiioto tho point of 'com*  n.oncomonl, oontuining lew thun 80  n<*rnu,      Wilijam Cai.dwkij.,  Jno. Mniition,iigont  Dniod Fob. 28tli, J Oil,  SAYVVAHl) LAND UISTKICT.  Dntnot of S-y-tvnrd.  TAKR NO TICK thnt Aitlu.r   Unwlm-d I  lloit, of Vnnoiilivwr. ll.C, tninripor' iiRn t,  inlonilsto npply fsirpermiBHion lo ju'roliiio*!  tho f *1Iow1uk doserib.tl 1 lin'B;���������-CttivsUHMo- (���������j  iug nt n (jott pliinted at thu MtnitheuKl tor- ,i  uer ot lot 611), on tha nurth  bott.idnry of jl  In CI7, thonoii noi Hi  80 obuiuB,   tlieneo '  oilitt 15 cliainfl. thelior Buuth 80 ohuiiiH, jl  thoi <*<|wpHt 76 ohniiib In p'untof unintiii'iioo j  nituil,, oniiiainiutf (W)0 iton)*, mure ur loau.  Alt'l'IlUII HOWLANI) liiwi',  Hubort llonry OliCHtuut 11^11*-.  D/itfd Maron 7th, 11)11.  V  it *********** am* ���������***  SAYWAllD LAND DLSTUIOT.  Diatriot of Snywnrd.  TAKK notioo that Hiilimy Honniniin, nf  Vnnenitvor, 11 (\, tnoeliitnlo, intends lu  npply for porininnit-m ti purohiiHo tlio fol.  Iowiiir deporibnd Inndfu ���������  OonnnonciiiK nt tx post plimted nt tho  Bouthwcst oorivr of Int. flS-i; tliuncu mutth  80 olniini!, thonco wo'-t 80 ohiilun, tlvnoo  nurth 80 elinim, thonoe ount 80 oltinn-',. t���������>  |*iiice el 0 iiiiuioiicu iu'IH oouiuiniij'i idil  ucisjci, mure Mt li*.-.  SlWNISV JIkanmak,  Jtobi*rt Honry Chedntit, nuo.t.  D.tcd Mureh Oth, 1011.  JF  I'M IN'  WANT    f*.Of)l>  GO    TO    TIIK  NKWS. VIHST-QU.SS WOIIK  S'AYW.tyiJ.* X.-i\yi* J.TS'TIIJCT,  DUtriot of Sny wn d.  TAKK imtlco thut Nniiuttu .lnpcph, of  Viiioouver, H. C, Hpin������tor, inleiulH to  npply for permUdmi to purohiiHu thu ful.  lowing -.oaorihMl Iniit1i*j���������  Ctuituit ncin������ at .'. v<>������(. -planted nt thu  Simlhenst ournor of hit Mli thenco imrlli  SOninii.H, lnocoo on������ *i\ (���������hiiirii, then.*."  nouth SO elmiiH, tho-iro won Rj i.ln.iuh  t.t tbo paint of onnsmiteeiri-iiit, e.intsiu-  liij( t)V) ante* mtiTf* nr lot*.*-.  Na.NKTI'U JltHKI'lt  SAYWAIil) LAN'D DISTRICT.  DiHtriot 'of S������> wn nl.  TAKB NOrisJS tlmt.Siimut������llIi>imninn,(,i  nf Vancouver, .11,0., inioh:o ic, h-tetidt.to'f]  npply lor p"imi'iiiuii m pmohiiHu tho fol  lotvi- g floeu'ibo'l lillut :~toiiiimiiein|*ittft ^  pnHt pnuiuii nt the HiiiiUu'eit uiirnurnf lot  B50i tlionooonit 100eh'inH, thouoo su.n h  'IO0I111I11B, thouoo wo ti76obnliis (more or  loi>i)tliniiO(������ n> rth fi o'iioiih, thonoo wmt  85 ohuiiiH, thoi.OH 1 orth 5)5 uhuiiiH <n |,oi b  of omiiiiionocmaiit. eiiiituiiilnn (100 no uh,  more or lo������n.      Samijki. Hijahman,  Kohoi t Henry Ohomiut, n^ont  Dnted Mnroh 8th, 1011.  SAYWARD LAND DIHTRIOT.  District of Sny word.  TAKK notion thnt Fr������it(<-*������ Hr u irhnni,  wifutif W,V. IlroiinhiiiM, nf Vnnnmivor,  H.C., liit'indi- to npply for permitnion 10  pnrohimo tho followiii*; deoariheil l ml :���������������  CoinmiMiiiini; nt a punt plimted 40 olihinn  wostof tho ioiuho nt oomor * ( 1 tt fil7*,  tV. (,,-itiii f������'j ���������  I UO   iil.  ...I  10  ���������  chaiiiR, thenoe wimt 120 iluiiti, thonoo  nmth -10 ohnins tu point of ooitiniouo mon',  coutiiiniii*. 480 iioion, moro or ]��������� u.  FflANCKri IlltOUtlHAM.  Robssrt Henry (Jhentutit, ngent  DuMil Miiro'i flfh, 1011.  I,  Wood'o Kiosylioillno,  JVu)  Ormt jMl'tik   llrmttlit.  'lunra nnd Invlgoru tenth* wliuro  ������KE8S&i  in, utukoH   iiiiw  s.lng,.Cu-"<''tA<i-T-  oui DeUlit't, Mental ami Jlmin Wtirrn, Hr*.  poni,t-n(n, HixunlU'eftlitieiit. tlmUiiiiiiiH,S,irr-  malorrhfut, nml liffrm fif Aliment* Ktvt*.<t.t,  Wm 11 |������r l������f <, ttxtivtfTl.  Hobort Ilmi'-y Chutn it, nt'ent.  wllleum. 80I1I by all dn  ...        .���������   ,���������,. liUfu \i*it. ou rccdut uf 11  Dated Mine; "th, lUil. twtlatfne., Tlio^Wood  ituilleiljrtf.  TI10W  iforvierly IPiiutior)  Orievlllpliflif-.t.f  rnntruM or rimllutt In  liVU      /,,'U*  Ji.illt'    '.Ult  Madlolnt-s Oo.  Toronto Ont<  mam I  *,/  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  \������  '/I?  Kakoa Your EXPENSES Lijht  Make* Your BISCUITS Light  Makes Your CAKES Light  Make* Your BUNS Light  JlvaJces, Your LABOR Light  9  I?  utr  a&El  ���������Ma  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  \-  ^  m  &w.c:llettco..ltd.  W           Toronto, Ont.  VI. l.'-������iJ���������I. LI-MJ.'-U  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convenience for guests.  The Oential Hotel for Bportamen  None but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Bar.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FI KST-'JLASS  CANDY, FRU1TO,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  DEINK  The purest and best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo, B.C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -      FOR   SALE  BY      -    ..  Walworth-Roiston Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B. 0.  The Vancouver Daily Province  To September 23, Off-*  1911, for ^rfQC  Special  Offer--  We will mail The Daily Province  till September 23 to any address  in Canada outside the city of Vancouver, for 25^.  General Elections September 21  Take advantage of our Splendid News Service  and follow intelligently the moves of e&ch party.  IF YOU WANT  GOOD PMTIM3  GIVE US A TRIAL  fl  WATER NOTICE.  NOTIOB is hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909,**: to ob-  ta s, it iico .no iu ilio lJ;vibio������ uf Out-ox  1) ar.ot*.  (a.) The name of Company in full:  Wnil u������t u Oi*l;iery Ccni'Mny,   Limiicil  Tli ��������� houil oilliw Victoria. 11 C.  Th-   o.ipital,    h 'XV   db'i.'Oit, 'showim*  a i.onnt ;������-itl xij> $2.(X0 0000 divided into  tO.nOO shiireii of 1.100 (10 i*n*h fully puiiTnp  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b.) Tho name of luko, stream or  ooiirco (if unnamed, tho description  i.) Puntlo'cfu Kivor  (c.) Tlie point of diversion: At a  poit nhovo Iho fuiifl on '.lie Piiii'loili^*  Kivor. Oi.nutx ])i t*i"',  (d.) Tho quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feot por second):  ",  (57l������.  (o.) Tho character of tho proposod  woi-li : 'Jinerntl >ii pl*rt s������owi r wo* kn, ami  olecirio workn, anil plmit a (1 othor inac*!*-  inery nnd coiivoiiioiiocn ncooasnty for prr-  duoinix power.  (f.) The promiaos on which tho water Is to bo UBod (deucrlbe samo): On  or iu tho vlpiultv'nf tho Wellington Colli  rryCoinpiihy-ti Ltd. property nnd hold'  iiiun in Oom������x I) s*t* iot.  (���������j.) Tho purposes'on which tho wa- ���������  t*sr iu to l������o moil: UomratiiiK olootnoity,  nnd for Unlit, heat, powor, operation (if  nHtnfx, on������it oi, nutlini.oliln������ryofttl. lornls  and (nnmirnlly for thuexeruiiie of all powom  and priyilogoi of a povsor oompmy under  I'nrtlX.of nbovo Aot,  (1.) If tho water la to bo used for  powor or mining purposes describe  tho plaoo whero tho wator in to bo  roturnod to nomo natural channel,  nnd tho dl (Ter onco In nltitudo betweon  point of dlvenilon and point of return At a convenient place below tin*  Btoiighton Killn in tho vicinity outlut  Drown River, Seotion* 10 and M Tp., 0,  Comox* Di������triot. The po'nt of tet iru in  ahnnt 200 font lowor nltitudo than the point  of di������'ur������inn.  (J.) Aroa of Grown land intended to  bo occupiod by tho proposod worka:  Nsmo.  dc.) Thin not lee -wen pouted nn tho,  ttlxtoiuitli day of January, 1011, ami ttp-ih-  cutiou will hs ni ad t) to (ha osimmiadwior  on tho '211 ri day of Fal-mury, 1011  (1.) Glvo tho namoo and addrooscB  ot nny riparian proprietors or llc-  wiHOsi who or whoso lands nro likely  to bo afloctod by tho proponed works,  either nbovo or bolow tho outlot:  \Vti|l|n(it������n (.olllory Ciim|)������iiy, Ltd,  Attach    copy of such parti of tho  Company's memorandum of association as nuthnriep Mm propound application and works  (Niunatiift)  Wki.unoton Ooi.mk nv  W, L. Cohlhok, OoiiO'iil Manager.  (P.O. nl.lr.tM) Viotoria, H.C,  09  4  fl  0  tJ  s*  s.  mi d a   a  tm < -a   ������  -Sim** _j  ���������< sa S   if  i-i >*        ���������_;    ���������  2     tQ     -{J m      ������  C* _    g  "(Jt*       03    Ot  S ft ���������*���������  i*J   g.    -   u  * : d  -     -a  i ��������� s  ts  **>  fl  -2  >u  C     93  a  ������  *.  a  o  ������ it  - n  ta  CO T  !R ������    .  O .->*  H m     -A  ������ s ���������  u   o  a.  a  S  ���������"������  *���������?..���������  ">     m  m     %  *m _Z  a 5  ao It  bo ������������������=  *o  s*  ������I5        m\&  a < -*    -a  "la   5  SSH     a  c 63 o     ������  W M 35     g  ���������a  is  XI  H  n  Is  ti  p,  "3  t>>  0*  13  Sh  O)  ft  o  o  ������  jj'.'TlCEla horoby given Ihat on thn Hint  day of Ooaeinhrr noxt application' will h������  mado to the Siipt*rintond������nt of Proviuoiiil  Polico. Vioioiia, for tlio rvucv.nl of thu ho.  t������l lioi-nso to a������ll liquorH hy rotail in tho  hotol knoivn un th-s Port AiiRurta hnt������l, ni  uatod at Comox, H.C. J. 1} IIolmks  Dated Ootohor 11 1910,  NUTICE TO THK PUBLIC  Having bu'H a largo wnrohouoo and mill  at Courtenay, 1 will in fir uro 1<pop on  hand a stock of nil hindR nf liny, Oraiti,  nud Food ut lowont mniket niton, A  spnoialty will hu nuulo of roilor oruuhod  foud f*-r liorn* * wliicli v. ill mul. e u a .ving  of nno third iu tliu oo*.t of iVo.l. Onloru  ffiven thotonmntfr or hy phono will be  promptly lillcd. Tliiinliitiff yon for yonr  patr< nn������u in tho punt and KoHai* inpr ft oon  iiiiiianooof tho Hum** ou bm.ulur luiun, 1  bed t0 roiitubx  Yours to oomniiuid,  BYRON C HAW FORD.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any "Mock-*,  timber or wood, of any desa-iptiodn  )ei(ingin<T to thfl Wellington Col-  n'pry Co'������/., or from or off tlio land  of tlie said Company, or an yout'  tipping rubbish of any'description  anywhere upon Uie company's  land will be prosecuted to the full  extent-of-tli������ law-. r   W. It. COULSOX,   ���������  Genoral Manager,  "Wellington Colliery Co,y.  NOTICE.  Hiding oa locomotives and rad  way cars of the Union Colliery  Company by any pernon or persons���������except tain ciew���������i~ strictly  prohibited. Employees <*re ?ub-  ioc to dismissal for allowing sam-  13y order  W. h.  COULSON,  General Manager.  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  Add a li'.lle BOVRIL  to your canned meats  and soups aud note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  6.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notic that Gardiner Al-  oxtitirier Brady Spencer of A la modi,  (Jul., occuporioti plumber, in lend.**  to npply for permis-fion to purchase  the followinc* de*������crihcd lu nd.- :���������  Commencing at ix poet planted  aluiiit 30 clinh-H west of the **nirli  east corner of SeCion 24, Township  21, thence west SO chiiins. tlience  souih 80 chiiins, thenee east 80  chains, ihence north to south >oo*e  of Wolf Lak������ ihence westerly along  south ididie to wesr enti of hiKe,  thenre east nloan norlh shore: uhout  40 chains, thence north lo place of  cominencernrnt, containing 4u0  acres mote or lets  Scriheuon pus , G A.H.S.V N.K.  corner.  Gardnek Ai.i*:xani)i:s Tkady  Sl'EXL'KJt.  Dan Clark. A������ent  Dated De ember Hill, 191.0.  . RU P E RT LAND D1ST1UCT  District of Uu]*t>rt.  TAKE Bolton ihut  Sillier* Mail L<-"soii  of Vnuoouver, Ti. O.   -'coi.-nt*on ,\V'r.ovv,  i to(,tt������ to H|s-i-y for -.or i i.v Liu t.> juii*-  clitisti (be follnwn (j il m*! iljcl In. J : rj, ni  ln.nciui* itt ut a p tt pl.mted  i.!.>ut,  t>..,  milo north find 40 e'niii t*. uft. of ths* S. K,  corner of Soodon 4, T w.ishij)  8,  th ���������not  ntrth SOoiiatiis, thonco ins; 80 chuii?,  thonce ssoutlt 80 cliniiK   theueo west SO  ohainu to plane ur coii.iiiencetnent, cont tin  inc 640 auroM, in ru < r I, m_.  'Scnlxil on po t EV1A S.W. oornor.  Kndura Mak Lr.tso.s-,  1) U UImsT, ARUt.t.  I)at.'(lDecem!*erllth, I'JiO.  KUPKHT LAND PI-TKICJT  Distrot o������ Ut jhtc  TAKK  roriCli   thnt  A.tolauli*  Est or  C'ark    Ih-wn,   of   Brnokfioid    N.   Y.,  iniirrivd woman, iutendit to apply f. r pu>-  inissiou to purchui-o thu folliiwmiK tltKniili-  edlumU:���������C tinniiuc.inj at a post pl������ntt(l  ���������tt Bouthweat citn������r vf S.oiion  IS', To-aii-  i-hip tt. thcni-u north   SO  olniins,   thouot*  oaBt 80 cluini>,   tltom-e   fonth   80  chnin*;,  tlunci wut 80 chains in pi nco of enmmcu-  rnent vontiining 010 acrou nioro or Ic&b.  Sctiltoil on post A.K.tMl'* S.W. cm*  Aj)Kl.AU)F. KrTKR l-'l.AKK lillOWN.  Dan Clark, ������g. ill,  'Datod Di'ceiiihor 19th, in 10.  IsrV^MfMtts^^i^-i^iss^^ksbl  G. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KITCHEN   .UTENSILS  RUl-EKT L.M) IMBl'lilOT  DUiriut nf Itupe--1  TAKK iiutis e lliat John   Henry  Kerrini-h RicliiKhon, cf  Vancou  ver, IJ.  C,   iceii|jaiiun  ,S Miiib.ni  Steward, inteudifO apply  for per-  minion 'O puiui)itc>i-   the follnwinp.  descril-cJ lards:���������(Jorhniencing at  a post   planted   about   40   clinins  north of   lhe ..southwest comer of  Section 3, Township 21, thence wccil  80 chains, th'ence south 80  chainp,  thence_east 80 chain?, thence i_or_fji.  SO chains  to   place of commence  ment containing 6,40 acres more or  less.  J. H. K. R'b N K comer.  John Uknuy Kkiuunsh Rich ard-  pox.  Dan Clirk, Acent.  Dated December 16th, 1910.  U PERT  !,\:-*������     s ...���������  I...   ���������<������������������ -i :  TAKE i-i/- ..:.���������..  -���������      '...,...  T-jsl;������rof V������.'. -������������������-* . .  pation Kxpn. .*���������      ,.- ....  to apply for pf*ci .���������; *  .  the   f>li   ���������y'u-.'j.   -I'  t      iT    ���������  .  ComiP     Clllf*    ut    :;    j.������',.-'    ]i!'. iiirs  aho1*   J10 chiilii** wns; of i!'-,  i* uili  pa    cornor  of  Sc'tio.    ::,   I'mn  oliip'il,   t!ie������������������.���������'.������������������   w������.-t   ^.0   chi.,1!.-,  tl'.c.ice toiv.h 80 oiiaiii!', thence istsi  o0 ctiaiili--, ti.<������;������:������ tti: In   Ml   rLiir..-  lo p' ace   if  e ���������iruiiMiicnifi't.   i^i>.  tuiiiii.f; (���������" II' iicu-e uuik- u** I,*.-*  .���������fcrilicd mi j.is-t NJ-li.l T'i* sV.i.".  liKiuritAM j'.'.mk*- T/.-m:*.*.  I>.-u (Mail;, -ij.::m  Dated Dsiceml'Oi* Mil*, Itliu  Sportsmens Goods  aud  General Hardware  ltUrEKT LAN D DISTBIlT  District of Kupoi t  TAKE NOTICE th,t J^mtiu BraiWrnw,  of IJn.jjoria, Floridn, en punier,  iutuiH  to npply for pcrmiBSimi to piirclia.o th,*  following' deRcnbuil him'ii:��������� Conini. nofiuj-  nt a pod plun.f cl m nn ie*. wusst of tl o s.K.  oorntroi Sedi n W, lownnhip 20, t.nuin-e  nurth 40 uh'iiiH, th> nun   weat SO oliai' b,  thcuiJi- Houth 40 ubuiiiB,   thouiio e- t ho  cliaiiiH tn plnue of ooinmbiiconiont, caii-  titini i* li'2\) acres muni nr lean.  Scribua on poitt J Bu S.K, cuinjr,  Jamks ,Bkadh������a\v,  Dan (JUih.agon!.  Dated Deoernhnr 10th, 11)10.  11UPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot if Uuper!-.  TAKK N0TU.K thnt Chailea Jmtam  Miner, if Usiiphod, N.Y., retirvil In m-  or, liitondii to npply fur perm'union tn  pure <ve ilio fullutviiK dstsuribon luml-:  Gi)Di'. oi'ci1 tV.nt a petit ilaiitoil2 nii*������H  wsjBt o thu SK s oritur of Section 21, Ttiwii  ������*hip20, thenuo in rt i 80 chid n, thssmu  taBtHO chain., '.bunco swiiili 80 ohnjiiH,  thenoo wui-t 80 ohainH, tu plaouof oinmi-  oiooiiunt, u .ntniuinu OK). ores nurn or  luw. t'lIAHMSB slODHON sMlNKtt  Sur hiid on pont OJjM'h HV\ omiifcr  Dun Ul������ra, A^out-  Dotrd 1) o miior 10 li, 1010  RUPERT I<AND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Richmond  Chnrlcs I3iM? of Vancouver, B. C.  Broker intends to apply fur per  mi������sion to purchai-e ths fcliowin*.  desenhed liinds:-.Con������mencing at  a poet planted nt i-   post   bel ween  fici'ti n 18k, Township 9, and Soct.  ion 13; Township '20, thence wem 40  chnini:.   tlionce   touth   40  chnini*,  thence weft 40 chain.*,, ihence souili  80 chains; tl ence ������asi   -10   chains,  'hence noith 40 chainp. ihence eai-t  ���������10 chains*, thence iorth 80 chains to  pinceof lonimeiueiijcnt, cuntaiuing  6*10 acrefi niore or lest-;  Scribed on post R(JB\< N E cor.  IsroiIMOND Chakleb Biss.  Dan Clark, a|j-ent.  Dated Denenilwria h, 1910.  R U PERT LAN I)   D1STR1 OT  Dis-nct of Rtiqert  TAKK notice that Delia Brooki*.  of Vancouver, B. C, Marriod  woman, infend-j to app'y f.-.r per-  mission to purchp-e tl:e folluwiti-,'  des*ctihed lands:���������Commencing at  posl planted at the   northwest cor  n_(.r_oLS*_c_t_i on .30, __T_q_>- n si i i p_.._ 9..  thence eatt 80 chains, thence south  80 chftioK, tl'-cice  went  80 ehnins,  thenc-- norlh 8fJ chains to place of  coronet.cement     contuiiing     640  acres moio or lees.  Scribed on Post I). B'-. N. \V  cor.  Della Brooks,  Dan Clark, A,geut.  D.ited Decrmber 17ih, 1910.  UUPKllT LAND lUSnilCT  Umtrict of Hnpt'rt.  TAKE NOTICK thnt Klw^r.l D.ike,  of Hini;li[iuiton. NY. co.' cliuiuii,iire dn tu  apply for penrinsion to jniioinue thu fol*  luwinudtmorilted land;.:���������Counieniiuii/j; nt  ii p Ht pttii'id 2 tn'x'iQii wtwt t>t Ihu  south east ennt-r of M o<i<��������� n 24, TimiiBhip  ���������ii), henCH we t 80 chains rh'Tieu siontli  80 clinina, thuuuuoist 80 chain*', tluuce  nurth 80 ch '*>������*h t������r. plsot, i,f o iniinerai'iiiont,  o(iiitninii)'- OJOucniR, moru or htm.  Suriliud on pnst ED'h N.K, ot������msr  KDWARD IJVKB,  Don Olark, Ai/,ent.  Diiti'd ;)o'oinhor 19th, tl)i0.  ~~~mjTeut'Tan Luiisntici  Distiict of Rnpert.  TAKK NOTIOK thn Tliomns Prederiok  Tusker, of Vnncouvfr, H.C, tolograph  npi'r tdi, iiitt'iiiifl to apply for permii1-  (-inti to |iuruli.iHO tho f.liowiug desoribod  limiliii-OsiisJiiioncing nl, a poHt'pUntoil nt  tho riorh wo t oarnur.i.f So ion 18, To*n  ���������hip 0. thomo south 80 oha'ris, thnnvta  enist 80 uh in**, thonoi nor h 80 ohisiiiri,  then co wc^t 80 chili r to pliu*o t f r*o,i -  manuenicut, coiitiinii-'* Oil) mros, moro  or li'BH.  sS'orihml on pissfcTKI'V N.W  e mor.  Thomah Fiu-ni'.nicic I'ahki:!!,  l)4n Gill.li, Agent.  1)ib������il D-ToinhirlOlh, 1010  UNION S.S. CO., of H.C. Ltd  Nanaimo-UnIon IUv* Comox - CamphstMs  KlVRH ilOUTB,  8nilin������r an. undor���������  Twln.iiori.w Huiamrr "OOW101IAN"  Leaves Vuncouvur Thn nday 0 p.m.  Arrivo Uiiism ((or Cunihtrhinii,) Friday  Jiswlllltsj,'  A r vitn C stuns I'Vlit.ij' iiiism/u^  Arrivo Uumpholl Itlvur F.iilay n son  Ilsltir-iing  Lv    Comox l'Vidt-y I p m  '< UninuJUy      "   5   "  ���������' Nani* ;.io muitiigiit  Loavca Vanoouvnr, .SiitHrdnv firm  Arrived Naniiimo, finturdny 12 p in  Arrivom Union, Sumliiy U a in  [for (''uiiiherluti'i,  Arrlvce Onmox,  Sundny 8 a m  Unto n.iiiR*���������  LcnvoH Co inx, liitiday 4pm  LoaVf r- V ''���������).! tiliinliiy S p in  Lo**vt> Nau >iino, .Miindny nndistht  r^iils]***-'ttoo 'iw wiiltimt io iui-]  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS  02;L,Y ONE DOIJsAR A YEAR.  FAIRFIELD  Z STORE Z  J, JACK,   Pi������)i*.  wwMMHMMiMniaaaMHMaM:  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco.  Vuucouver Ice Cream,  A) Dunpmuir Avo.   Cumborlnnd li  RUnCRTLAM) DfSl'KIcr  DiBiiu*. of Hupert  TAKE notice   thin   .Vm meii-'-  Leitch nf Vnncouver, D.C.. occ.i  pation Sii'.cplady, intends tn ������tpi������'v  for peri*ni-.'--ion to pnrchsue 'be ������-.  lowing doHeribed l-iiult: -  Ci,mme..ciisi, ui   a   po-jt   piamxi  at lhe truth uipi c.'.nit r of  .���������*'������������������*���������-ic:  3-i, Township 120. tlionce  west  80  chain**,   thenco   s*oi(|}i  8n i haiiis*...  thence easi SO <-lntir;������--, ih,���������.,(���������(������ i-.nrth _  80 ohaine  to   pincc  uf  i*oii,i'*nci-i*V"  ���������ment, contMiiuiim  IvlO <icre-v moro'  or less.  Scribed on ponf, M.L..'s N. K cor.  Margukri'j-.k; i.ieitcht  Dan. Clark, Agent.  Dated December 10ib, 1910.  '**>������������������ wtti am m am > ��������� <s s> m # **,*%>.**���������.* **���������*>****��������� .as  RLTERT LA\1)   DISTRICT   .  " District, of Rupprt  TAKK iio'ii'c* iha ll'dna Fis-her  sSpenccr of Al.-.mc.d:*, Cal., marria-l  weman, imoncb- io apply for permission to pun-hapc the following  dcfc-crilK cl laiidr:���������  Coniniei;ciii(_ al, n po������-t )dantcd  at the pomh wp������t sjorisor nf Section  2 Township 21, lienrc ea^t fctj  chains, tlience ������<i������th SO cb.-iioH,  thence wei?i 80 riiains, ihence Kouth  SO chair:.-? to plnec of commencr-  ment, ciin'-uii.-inji ()10 acres more or  lesp. *    ���������>  S(ir->!Hl on po������i K r.P.V S W.ci.r.  Kd>'a  Fir.HEH fr-P^NCEE  Dim Cli"k. Agent.  Dated Dei'tmber Idh, 15)10.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Dipt riot of Rupi-r'..  TAKR nolici- Oiat Haidee A*������hhy  of Vanoouvor, 1������,C , man' ml woman  intends lo apply-lor permi*-eion to  pm chare the followirj; de-cubed  I n nd a -. ���������  Conimc.)ciiii������ at ti p*i*?t jd/intod  at jhe Hou'h efttSi corner of Seoticn  8, T.itviihbip 21. thenco no**th ������0  clininp. .-.thenrc wewt 80 clininu,  tt'orwo couth SO chainp, thenre  east 80 chaini- In placo of ci-Us"  menccmont, con fain ing 6*10 acres  moro or lest"  Scribed on po*t, II.A.'s S.K, cor.  Hatiikk Ahjiby '  Dnn Clnrk, Agent.  Dated December Ifith, H)10.  RUPKRT LAND DIS'IRICT  District nf Kurort.  TAKK NOTlt.'B that Lilliisn Shoppuril,  of Vancnuvt-r, B.C.. tntrrirrl wmi-mi in-  tnndR to ni ply for permitm .n to pnrphuuo  ihu l()llo������i* p d flftribed landfl:���������C mtvi.-n  Oitiff at ix \it)i' p'liiit. rl ot 1 ho H������"U'h t������.������^t  oirmr of 8'ou'on '24, Township ai, Cvmsoh  north PO ohniin, tlionoo wiot fiO i-hnimt,  thor,ct������ oon'h 80 chain*, henoo mm f,()  oli-iina I' placo ot rominnieco,munt, oon-  tni' in*! Mft tititaa, nurft or b'tr*.  8e-sbi'don p nt LSV ft.R. oonier*  Lll.MAN ^IlFlTAlin.  |)nn Clirk, A-font.  nut-id Drni'inboi* 13 h, 10.0.  Cooii's Coitoo Root Compouna  Tho frrcnt Utnrlha Toptt*, nnd  wily _ Piilo  ulliiiituul Mantlily  flwUUirnnwhli.hwmisoirmii  <1o]m>iiiI.  I?iild tn threo (h'k'i'voi)  OrtoifmiuNtroiurDi.e.-)! Ko. S,  pur box.  I, Or BOaO  -^ .. ^' m J^'pftmjpttefe"*���������^?���������  *ImWlll0������INlCl������T0IID!JTO,OMT. x1wmfrlytVititlX*\  ���������������������������^������������������^������������������^���������^������������������������������������������������������������ ������  \  Denier in  AIX KINDS OF  Fruit, aidy igars  | Cigarettes & Tobacco,  %  Bouoia I Mock,  |    CUMJUCRIvANl), n.O.  R'UPKltriMWD DISTHIOT  Diotrii'ti.f Hupi'i't.  TAKK NOTICE that Owjrgn Clrtiw Lv  rootjuo Millar, ol Viinomivir. H.C)., inm.li-  aniohl oiiviiifor, intoi da tn apply fur ptrmta  nion ������o pu o'liine the f. )Iowi>k iitisurdnul  liiuih.i-Uiniimsti ointf at a ffsi-t pUutrd oim  milo oanoi tlio r orth "i-Ht oornor ot S'Ct-  Ion IH, Townnhlp I), thonco rait 80 olinii*.,  iho mc tsor h *1U oh hns, thouo  \������r t Biy  ohninn, tlionoo south 40 ilub������������ to plaoo|t^MwlwMHK4HHhM,i"lwH,'WwWWi  of oommoiioomt'iit, coatuininfj U20 uoios  mo o <r h'sit,  Sorilwd on pout 001.M'* HW onrlnr.  tircoitou ClKTUH L&miCQUlt Mim.f.h,  J)nn Clark, Auont.  pfttuil Deomher 20ih, 1010,   RUPE11T I.AN'D DISTRICT.  i dhl let ill ltii| ort.  TAKK nm ice that Ih.rry I'i Item  Arcliilm] I uf Vancouver. I> (!, cm*  Rineer, inlei.dh tu up lv for ��������� i-.mb  bIom iu piiiiiluiflo Mm* fo low'iiu do  Kiribed li������mi������!���������Csiiiinifi ei������*u' it   ".  poet pbtido ��������� 4 cli.ii ie i uiih i.| IC M  Loo.ioi.'h Hii|thwi**l  corner,   tbeuco  north ���������!() cli'iin-, then, e  wo t  -10  clm'iih,   ihfiiio   aoi.pli   40 cbivitn,  tbence "mM 41) cl mi i ih iu   pl.,0   of  conuiisii t'luti)..    i',oiititi,iiii)x   TOO  ncreH, timr or ]t)*..  Scribed tn, ji ht 1U-.A '.- S 1-: cor  Harky Pati'K.v AunmiiALp,  Dan Clnrk, nyent.  Dii'cd Doi   Utb, 11)10.  RUl'KRTLAKDDlSTJllGT  District of Htipfrl.  TAKK NOTIOK tlmt WiHiicn WHdmiiu  ^hcppanl, if Visneosiver, 11. ('., o������li-  hn t niiker, inlo ih'11 unply fs>r ponisis.  pimi to imiunium *ho ftiliowinn dnswrihwl  linniti: OoiiiiienrildtV at ii p at p'tinurl non  milii ������*it cf i)i������krinMiait*i o.-.rner r������r .St"*-  linn 24, Totinshlp '?,], Ilu-non imnh rll  .cniiiH. thi net-} v������ cm 80 hIiimid, Ihoicc  louih Btl olini'si, thonijii o.i't. (;:0 rl'i.ijiiii to  plnco of iJoniirMi.conumt;, eniitniniii^ (ill)  Horot, more or o h,  sSuiibod oii putt \V W S'n R '.'I. n-uitPr,  V\ 'ii.isi.tM Wtmux f"iii.:i*u  l������i.n (Jlrtiit, /.i;ci.t.  Uottd ruoHniuir im.ii, itiiii.  iHJrKUL'LAJSDDisrnurr  I)iis,tiii..l. of Hiitci.  TAKR NOTIOK thai Willi*,;,. K������>-d-  ricli Tiikor. of VMfi<tfiiivs!." H.C. nrnnif.'i.'Mir  or*Haunts intcidi. t'i ripply *n rcrti'i-.'ii.'ii  to purchnin thu (.11 wi u sisi.si ilicsi hn.d -,  t'omn cnciiiK at \ put |>lni I.'' ..ii.iut I  leilo s(ii'' (if Mio I'onhtvihi ivuiit if f*'������-  iinii lo, 'iisivis������s.i|i *.i ui������ncoi.s'-t f-X' I'liiiii.a  t*>(> ���������(���������,. i nnt> SO ihai , Un*. i* ��������� ��������� .��������� ! U  phidn������, th"' <-���������'< nor' h M rlui'.M to |*!i.i*i** *<f  coiiiniftiioiiiiiit, ooi tiiininf. 610 -.or. h  iimm or Iom.  SerPaid ������-.ni po������t WKT'h N.W. etirimr,  Wiu.um KuNMirrn T.<"incit,  |)at������.l I) eoaihi r 19>h, 1010.  HUrKHTLANDDISnUOl'  Dlntdaiof Un'ort,  TAKK NO'I'K'K  Iiml   lm,laria MnnV*  I nu������ti,     uf    Vniiiimivor,'   H. O,,     s.Iim  t'l rk, intuiiiU to apply ft.r p niiitiutui  lu  I ii'iclinmi tho [fil'nw nu .Isfciih. d Im d-:���������  ("niiitlirlicill^ if It piis>t pi  n������i"'til   in> mi* h  -svenuniiw nf Hcctun Its. Tuu'i.hhip 'iif,  thin co niMitti 80 ehiiinn, tho in omit fit)  olmini. th<*i������u upttli Hi) i<h������in<i, thnicst  woat 80 ih in*, to pl������o������ nf cosTiiwrfli*-  moist, ciiuttiiiiiiiu (V10i>������r,-H,nio e if. k***M,  Hcribtl on pf*������.t IM'������ N V/.titinn-r,  lu.tiua r,.t .Mitvi.iinrMs.*,  Dan ('lurl', Ai'onl.  t) tod Diceiithcr lfilh,  1010.  W*4HI,44^^*l*H*H4*l*HHWHhlHNI THE  NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  Ilie  i Round-Up j|  A Romance of Arizona  Novelised From Edmund  stay'* Melodrama Jt* Jm  By   JOHN   MURRAY   mm.:!  MILLS MILLEU  m a-tmrrtaM, no, by o.  [ , ham Co.  wmilV n.m ��������� ��������� ��������������� ������.������^>* *���������?*���������  W. DBttsHh  (Continued.)  U  ClIAl'TKlt V.  NKXOWN   to   ltuit   Lnne   and  tnelr necks. Fresno had stuck little  American flags in the baml of tils hat.  the crown of which he luul removed.  "1 want hend room for the mornln'  nfter." he line! said.  Show Low's chaps wore conspicuously new, and his.movements were  heralded by the cracking of unsoftcn-  ed leather.  Last of the band was Parenthesis.'  short, bow-legged, with a face.tanned'  and seamed h'y"exposure. The cow-  hoys ran stlflly, toeing slightly inward.  Long "hours In tho saddle made them  apparently awkward and renlly ��������� un-  graceful when on the ground.  They greeted Allen wiih hearty enthusiasm, slapping him on the hack,  poking him in the ribs and swinging  hini from one to the other with erica  of "Rowdy, Uncle .llm?"  "Howdy. Sagebrush? Hello, Fresno!  Waltz right In. Show Low. Glnd to  see you all!" cried Allen as he in turn  Ihick McKee. who were t'totliiii j l,r,n,Kht his hand down with ringing  in Florence, .lack I'avsou hi.ij | K||M>������ upon shoulder and back,  hurried up the wedding.   Colo- \ . Meantime Parenthesis hopped about  the outer edge of the ring-, seeking nn  nel Jim had 'wheedled Josephine Into  consent ilu; that it should take place  two months ahead of the time that had  been fixed. "April is the month fer  flowers, Josle. an' we'll let you weep  all you please."  Two weeks' notice, however, gave  scant time for preparation for the im-  porta nt ceremony that Mrs. Allen  ���������deemed necessary. , nurlng" this period the busiest spot In Arizona was  the kitchen or Allen Hacienda. An  Immense cake, big as n cheese, was  the crowning /effort of Josephine, who  "wept copiously at the thought of losing her daughter ns she measured and  mixed the in-rrcdients., A layer of  frosting an inch In thickness incrusted  this masterpiece of the art of pastry  making.- Topping the creation were  manikins of n bride and bridegroom.  This climax of the bridal cnke had  been brought up by wagon from Tucson with more caution than if It  were a month's cleanup..of a paying  ���������, mine. Mrs. Allen pennllted no one to  go near the artistic achievement. Others might look nt it from afar, but at  the slightest movement .to get close to  it she would -push the observer bncfr  with the warning: "Keep yer dirty  fingers off ov it. 'Tnln't comniou ii-in';  that's confectionary."  Enough chickens to feed a darky  camp meeting were killed for the feast.  Fried, roasted, cold or minced as ta-  finales, the dishes filled ovens and tables and overflowed into tlie ���������spring-  jK>use__ Favorite recipes carried across  the plains by the wives of the argonauts met in rivalry with the dishes  -_of_tbi^cook*i_af_j.ild_>texi(.'o,    Colonel Allen wandered aimlessly  about the ranch, while the ' preparations for, the feast were'in ���������progress."  The women folk drove him from one  favorite loafing place to another. Tib-,  advice, was scorned and his wishes  mnde a subject for jests.  Defiantly lie had taken full charge  of the liquid refreshments. A friendly barkeeper In Tucson, acting under  his orders, had shipped to him cases  of champagne, a barrel of beer and a  elphori of seltzer. Why the seltzer he  never could explain. Later the unlucky bottle marred the supper and  nearly caused a tragedy. A guest  picked It up and peered into the metal  tube to see how ''the durned thing"  worked.  As he gazed and pondered, shaking  the bottle In his effort to solve the  ���������mystery, he pressed the handle. The  utreiun struck,lilm fairly between the  eyes. Shocked, surprised nnd Imlf  blinded, he pulled his gun and declared  immediate war on the "sheep herder  who hnd put up the Job oh lilm." Al*  leu's other supplies were of the kind  taken straight In the southweKt and  downed with a hasty gulp,  Driven from the house on the day of  the wedding. Allen took refuge on the  pla-wii, From behind the haclendn  flonted dreamily on the sun drenched  air the music of guitars and mandolin-*  played by Mcnleans, practicing for the  dance which would follow .the vx,r������  raony.  The colonel dozed and dreamed,     -, ���������  Puttie"'* "... ni,.!, 0f th,, nfiftrv'*',.'.  wns shattered by the wild "ylpylpa" of  n bund of cowboys riding up tho trull,  Jtevolvor shots punctuated their shrill  cries.  Allen bounded from his chnlr, I'liuk  lng i-diuNcIf like u U'l'i'ler, This I'lotoim  Kiniiid was Un* music he longed to hear.  When Ilie slaccnto bents of the ponies' hoofs ceased ho shout ed: "Come  on, boys, Make I his your home Kvery*  thing goes, and the Nweetwuter outfit  Is always wclcnino."  The foreman wiih Ihe llrsl tsi pull up  In front of lhe house, "Hello, Uncle  Jim!" he cried.  "Hello, SagebrushI" answered the  colonel, a bi'iiad smile llhiiiiliiatliig Ills  face. Holding his pipe hi one hand, hu  licked his lips at Die thought of "lick-  K-rlng up" without the Invention of nn  excuse for his wife, Then he Joined In  it hearty laugh wllh the men abuut thu  corral as he henrd Hie grunts and j  stamping of a plunging iiiiis'img,   A j  IOW 1'OII.V   is.HS s'lils'isil iniii il.i ;>j/.'!l v'   !  the occasion :ind wn*.i trying to toss tits '  rider over his bend. i  Fresno, one of the Sweetwnter'B I  rowpiitichers, was the victim of tho j  liorse'a deviltry. j  IHm prissllt'tMiient iirniisi.il wild shouts i  of mirth and sullies of the wit ur the I  corral, ���������  "Hunt leather, Fresno, or he'll buck  you clenii over thu wall!" shouted  Hngcbrusli.  "Grab his tall'." yellt-il Show Low.  with n whnnp.  "All over." wns lhe chorus as Fresno, wllh n vlcp.ni Jnl* nf hi*- ������'puri nnd  li Jerk of the hem!, brought tin* mil-  ninl Into subject Ion  entrance. Falling to reach his host,  he crowed, "How de doddle do!" to attract his attention.  Allen broke from the ring. Grasping  Parenthesis' by the hand, lie said:  "I'm tolerable, thankee, Parenthesis.  Where's Jack? Didn't he come over  with .vou15"  . "What���������tho boss? Ain't he got here  yet?" asked the foreman. Tall and  lean, with hardened muscles," Sagebrush ���������Charley was as Hthi? as a .panther on horseback. His first toy had  been a rope with which, us a toddler,  he had practiced on the dogs and  chickens about the raiv.li yard.    He  was already too cold. Could tell it  was a man that rode a paciu' horse."  Ills auditors looked at each other,  striving to remember who of their acquaintance rode a pacing horse. Sagebrush Charley shook.his head, "Nobody dowu this way, 'coptln\ of  course, the boss, rides a pn**or. Must  be one of the Lazy K outfit. 1 reckon."  "Most ftmy." said the slieritT. "He  struck out south, probably to throw  me off scent. Then he fell In with two  other men; an' this balled me up, 1  lost one of the tracks, but "fullered' the  other two round Sweetwater niesii till  l come where Ihey rode into die river. Of course I couldn't fuller tho  trail any farther at that p'lnt. so. beln'  BIG MAN IN A BIG JOB  G.M. BOSWORTH IS A PILLAR OF  THE C.P.R.  Th's Man Who'���������..-* Charge of Freight  and Passenger Business on Land  and .'. i. For the Great Corporation  Started as a Clerk at $25 Per Month  ". and Cheer Ability and Hard Work  Have Put Him on Top. ;  Those who know the man and the  system say that the letters G, M. at-  ns I was near Uncle Jim's. I rode over    taehed  to   the   front,, of   Bosworth's  nniue will evsntually be moved around  to the rear and be capitalized and en-  lai'gt\l into General Manager. How-  ever, that is in the future. At.present lhe letters stnnd for George Morris, and are the front appendages ol  '���������'- name   George   Morn**   Bosworth,  The stream sirvclt him fairly between  the "eyes.  I could not reuiejnber wheu he could uot  ride. Days on the round-up, hours of  ���������watching the sleeping lM-d in the night  watch, had mode hini quiet aud self  contained lu his dealings with men.  Ills eyes loo.V������.J out, fearlessly on,the  world. All of his life he had handled  cattle. Dally facing dangers ou the  long drives or In the corral, he schooled  himself to face emergencies. Acquiring self control, he was trusted and  admired. When Lyman, the old foreman of the Sweetwater, resigned, Jack  Payson promoted Sagebrush, although  next to Bud Lime he was at tho time  the youngest man in the outfit. Ho  made his employer's interests his own.  At the mention of Payson's name hoal-  ".'ays became attentive. With a shade  of anxiety he awaited Allen's answer.  "No," replied the ranchman, looking  from one of his guests to tho other.  "Why, ho started three hours ahead  of us!" explained Parenthesis.  . With a challenging note-In his tones,  as If his word was disputed, the host  unswered, "Well, he ain't showed up.'"  The little group had become silent.  Arizona was ln a period of unrest.  Rumors of another Apncho uprising  were growing stronger each day. Then  Payson was successful and therefore  despised by less fortunate men over  lyiger for- a nunrrcl.      .   ���������    ,     *  After'' a   moment's, thought   Sngc-  '."What's the news?" she asked as  she slowly straightened out her lingers one by one. "  "There's been a klllin' over Florence way," announced the sherlfi', pulling ou his hat and becoiiilug au otil*  cor of the law with duty'to perform,  "Who Is the inlsl'oi'Uiuate?" asked  Sagebrush as they gathered about  Hoover aud listened Intently,  Mulder In Arizona was a serious  matter mull punishment was meted  out to the Nl'iyei* ur he was freed by  his fellow chlzeiiK. Far from courts  of Justice and surrounded by men to  whom death waa often merely i.u Incident In a eai'fser of crime, the settlers were forced to depend upon  themselves to keep pence on the border, They acted quickly, but never  hastily. Judgment followed quickly  ou conviction. Their views were  broad, lijiid rarely were their decisions  wrong,  '"file Mnn* Terrlll." replied the  sherilt. "Happened afiotit lu (liis  morula'. Some man caught lilm alone  In the railroad slat Ion an' blowcd his  head Imlf off."  "I>n tell!" was Allen's excln mill Ion.  '   *1 fp,       t't.lll lllllt'Vl     tin'    M'st'iii's, ii*.'  must have pulled a gun on the fellow,  lie put up some son of a light, as the  room Is some mussed up."  "Robbery?" queried Polly, with wide  open eyes.  "Thai's what." answered Hllin. turn*  J lng to her    "lie had three ihoumiu'  I dollars   pinned   In   his   vest,   county  1 money for siilarles.   You know |n,iv In  for help to look along both hanks an'  pick up the trail wherever it comes  out of the river. Sorry 1 must break  up yer fun. boys, liut some o* you  must come along with ine, Duty's  duty. 1 want Sagebrush anyhow, as 1  s'pose 1 can't r.f*k fer'Jack Payson."  Sagebrush pulled a long face. At  any other time he would have jumped  at the chance of running to earth the  dastardly .murderers of, his old friend  Terrlll. But In the matter of this his  first experience nf a.-wedding, he had  tickled his palate so long with the  sweets of anticipation that he could  not bear to forego the 'culminating  swallow of realization.  "I don't see -why 1 shouldn't be let  off as well as Jack." he grumbled.  "Our cases is similar. You see, it's  my first weddin'," explained the foreman to the shell IT.  The other cowboys howled with,delight. The humor of the situation  caught their fancy, and Ihey yelled a  chorus of protestation In Hoover's  ears.   In this Colonel Allen joined. ,  "Don't spile the Weddin'," he plead  ed. "This here event has already  roiiuded up the Sweetwater outfit fer  you an' saved you more time than  you'll lose by' waltln* till it's over.  Then we'll all jine you."  Hoover commanded sileuce und, rolling a cigarette, gravely considered the  proposition, lie realized that the murderers, should be followed up at once,  but that if he forced the cowboys by  the legal power he exercised to forego the pleasure they hud beeu anticipating so greatly ttfey would not be.  so keeu in pursuit us if they had first  "given the boss his sendoli'." The  considerations being equal, or, as he  put it, "boss hh' boss," it seemed to  hlui wise to submit to Allen's proposition, hacked, as it was, by the justice  of'his plan tliat the occasion of the  wedding had already saved valuable  Jlnie__il!_a.sseml)liiig the posse. IJ" as-  seiited. therefore, but, to maintain lhe  dignity of his'oilice-and coutrol of  the situation, wiih apparent reluctance.      ,  "Well, hurry up lhe sacreements an'  ceremonies, then, an' lhe minute the  preacher ties the knot every man'of  you but Jack an' lhe parson an' Uncle  Jim gits on his boss an' fullers me.  I'll wait out In the corral."  At this then* was another storm of  expostulation, led this lime by Allen.'  Of course Hoover was tu conn* to the  wedding and be Its guest of honor.  "You shall be the first to wish Jack  nn' Echo luck." said Allen. "That  means you'll be the next one to mar  ry."  (To be continued.)  vice-president of the Canadian Pacific  Railway Co.  A while back G, M. Bosworth was  fourtn vice-president of, the C.P.R.,  hut a year ago the ; numerals were  abolished, and he is now known as  vie ���������������������������president, in charge' of the passenger and freight business and ocean  ste'nmship. lines. At first sight that  looks like a big man's job, as it*in,;  eludes pretty nearly everything tbe  ordinary layman connects with a  transportation system. However, the  C.P.R. is a big concern1, and there are  still a few odd jobs which are attended to by others than G. M, Bosworth.  Still, he lills a big place among the  seventy-five thousand odd employes;  nnd, if rumors can be trusted, he is  destined to fill a still bigger place;  but more of that ���������'anon. Bosworth  came lo bat for the; C.P.R. in 1882v  and has been'knocking out home runs  arid three-baggers ever since. He is  not a follower of sport, and would hot  know an out-curve from an in-shoot.  He just'"naturally developed, into  a.  THE DOUKHOBORS.  Queer Russian Sect Which Hat Become Canadianiied,  The Doukhobor women have been  reclaimed from the plow.  No longer do they sweat in the fields  of Canada instead or horses.   Even a*  their men are ceasing to he*the wild,  wanderers and fanatical*.spirit-wrestlers they were, when thsy   appeared'  in the northwest several-years, ago, so-  u.-new   world's' environments   huv-j  drawn the women back ironi the brute  level, to which they had been degrad-  ed,. to the home, with its cooking, its  spinning and its weaving ��������� old-time  tasks, it is true, hut tasks adjusted to  their strength.  Ihe melting pot ol this western  world has recast even the Doukhobors,  The colony boasts ol u substantial  .sohoolhouse. Doukhobor teachers'were  educated in the schools and returned  to iinpart the knowledge to their tel-  low-colonists.  Ridiculed by Canada the Doukhobors' pilgrimagjs in the dead of winter, through snow-covered roads to  meet their "Christ," made them the  laughing stock of the country. But  those crudities are things of the past;  they have become Cauadianized in  the true sense ol the word.  There are two colonies of Doukhobors in Canada ��������� Yorkton, containing  7,000 members, and Rosthorn, with  1,500. The,Doukhobors now use horses.  Formerly Uieyfibclieved it was unscrip-  tural to worl* these animals aud the  women instead acted as. beasts of burden. .Eighteen of*them' were generally needed to take the place of u team.  The women now are engaged in the  ���������domestic arts and ure magnificent embroiderers, lae farmers aro becoming  prosperous and many, of them have  the latest farming machinery and the  ' best of live stock. Their objections to  the use of animals as servants oi inau  have been overcome.  MAY BE BRITISH QUEEN  PRINCESS VICTORIA OF GERMANY  A CHARMING GIRL.  wit. o. m. noswoiiTn.  batter.   In other words, he is a worker, and his success must be attributed  to long hours and steady application.  He was born in Ogdensburg-ih the  Mr. Foy's Smoke.  It will be remembered that when  it. J. Fleming came out last autumn  w.th a new buncu of rules for tne  ."street Railway Co. in Toronto, one ot  them prohibited smoking on the cars.  Pi-haps some oi us mtght have objected more strenuously to this rule it  it had hot'beeu tor tne busy month  spent fighting the pay-as-you-euter  system, unen victory finally ��������� rested.,  with tne citizens, we looked about* and  found that no smoking waa allowed  any more, even ou tue tear platform,  in the trailers, or. on the threeY.rear  seat? of, open cars.  It is said that the Attorney-Genera;  was wailing.oil tne corner recently for  a car, and as it did not show up for  some, time, ne maUe tne time pass  pleasantly by lighting a cigar. It had  nardly stated to emit its pleasing  aroma when his car appeared on the  -horizon-*���������-'fhe-miJmber-fo'r-Suuth���������Toronto looked longingly at the fragrant  weed, and felt that he could not turow  it away. He climbed upon the back  platiorm with the cigar he..s carefully  so as not to attract attention. Occasionally the conductor had to depart  to collect lares, ond with all the care,  of a school boy eating candies-during  school hours, the Attorney-General  t- ': long pulls at the cigar when the  man with the little coffee pot was absent, Those who did not dare to break  the rule stood by and inhaled the  sweet breath of the Havana secondhand, or rather second-mouth.  They evidently thought he had the  right to break the rule, for when he  The Young Scion o! Royalty, Who l������  Expected to Wed the Prince of  Wales. Is a Maiden Wbo Has Beerr  Brought Up In the Be-t Manner of  the Hoheniollerns and Is the Pet  of Her People.  The Kaiser's daughter.' who may oner  day" he Queen d England, every whero  is reaping golden opinions by ber  winning smile and abounding interest  in everything and everybody with  whom she comes into contact,  Fair, blue-eyed; above medium,  height, graceful, yet well built, sup-  pi-* athletic, quick in speech and  movement,'and with an air���������when slur  speaks to''any one���������as though she went  conversing with the must important  individual in the world.  She is always intensely concentrated  on the subject in hand, an.l never at  alosB-io- a reply, able to hold her o'wu  on a multiplicity of subjects, witty  withal. ,  Sbe is perfectly at home in four or  five languages, speaking English, indeed, with, an almost imperceptible-  accent, bike her imperial'father���������and  in this statement there is no particle  of'exaggeration���������it is far easier to say  what she does not know than what  she does know.  My knowledge of the princess extends almost from her babyhood,, tha*'.  first time-of coming-, into close contact with her being when she was a-  small mite of. about four years of ager  and she. and her brothers were play'  ing together on tho sands at Wilhehns-  hohe.  She ruled her mothers then with ���������������  rod of iron. Her slightest wish wan*  law, and lier every act that of a small  queen who sees that, her subjects*  obey.  Truth to tell, the Kaiser was j'usl  MAKE IT PERMANENT.  In the Name of Common Sense Lu  Us Adopt Harem Skirt, Says Artist.  Lending London merchants pbow  every intention of pushing the sale of  tbo harem skirt, many society women  of most refined tastes maintain that  there is nothing nbout tho garment  to j-hoek any one who is not a back  number and letters are appearing in  the press in favor of the new fashion,  Among tho latter is one written by  one of the most famous of ITnglisii  artists, whicli rends:  "One or more of the fashionable  portrait painters should paint somo  of their fair sitters in biirem dress.  1 mn convinced that if the artistu  nnd their sitters lead the public will  follow. I do not nieiin follow in the  sonwi thnt cuds and cadecses follow  women, whether in tbe linri'in or any  other new costume, in the public  thoroughfares* with jeer and insult.  But inors* coin-iileriiti' people coi'M  nee in the quiet of the Hoya, Academy how artistic and attractive tbe  new dress is,  "In the iiainis of common sense, let  ns adopt the ankle dreys u- permanent and niuzzlc the changing, un-  po'infortnhli', microbe gathering co**-  .nines, which the ever designing dress,  makers invent.  "The reiHon many English women  object to the luirem skirt, I um told  by their Ereneb-Atnericiiii rivnls, is  thai they bnve 'hirgo feet, The fact  is that in bygone day-' Kngli'h wis.  men wore inrge nnd slutpeles*. boom,  The hmy, nervous foot of Hie Enulish  girl is prcforiibh* to the squat, short  toed French boot ot tbe narrow, low  inslep nf the American beauty,  "What lias done tiion* to ridicule if  not to kill sensible drc*-.** is the nam *.  , ' , , I ��������� *s ' ��������� T \ \, ,,, ���������  .tl    Wl>     ill ..... ...    ...    \\,..,,,(.         '   ,  1 'nnkh* M'irl,' but if the n\iu\ *rn  fsainnhoroimh should paint it there i������  no reason why tho -'Snrgent skirt'  sdiatih! nol b(i*(iiiis* aft fumou.*. ns the  Gainsborough,, hut."  vear 1858. and is therefore another ex-    .-,,.,.,. . ... ,   ,  ample of our free trade policy with the   h.acl ibghted, one of the men ask.d  ..    !.    ,    ,...    , ..,*..* , Iho   nnnHnM/ir      U'lin     nun     itnsiursinl Iv  United States in the matter.of exchanging railroad men. We hnve ri?-  ceived from the States such men as  Van Home, Lhnughnessy, Mays, and  Bosworth, and bave given them J, J,  H-.i and a few others of lesser calibre.  Bosworth's firVt job in the railroad  business netted $'25 per month, That  wus away back in 1875, when, he was  oi. i boy with the ��������� Ogdensburg &  Lake Champlitin Railroad. He moved  to Chicago as traffic freight agent of  tho National Despatch Line, and came  to the C.P.n. in 1882 as assistant general freight agent of the Ontario and  Quebec Tines of the company. Two  years later he was appointed general  freight ugent of lines east of Fort  William. Then he became assistant  freight tralllc manager, and in 1890  freight .traffic manager of the wholo  system. In 1001 he was appointed  fourth vice-president, of the company,  and in MUO be became vice-president.  Mr. Bosworth has done almost, everything around a railroad except run an  engine,- and could probably do that if  occasion demanded it. He has been  on thu pay-roll of a, railroad for over  thirty-six years, and knows exactly  how it feels to hear the 7 o'clock whistle blow. He has been oilice boy,  clerk, passenger agent, freight agent  and ai-sistaiit to fifty-seven vnrieties  uf bosses, but always kept moving up  nearer those initials of bu. No doubt  he felt that those letters, U. M., in  front of his niuiio looked lonesoniu  there, nml decided early in his career  that he would have a more svinmetri-  cal name if it read G. M, Bosworth,  G.M.   If bis motives could have been  the conductor,   who   had   apparently  failed in his duty.  "Was that R. J. Fleming?"  "Oh. no," wns the reply, "that wai  the Attorney-General, Mr. Foy."���������Toronto Star.  A Canadian Success.  Tho orgnnir.ntion of a company to  tnke over the Cnn'ndinn end of the  Sherwin-Willinmn Paint Co, calls' attention to lhe fnet thnt the president,  of this big concern is a Canadian,  who has bnd a remnrknblc career.  His name is Mr. Walter Cunningham,  nnd mnny young men in Montrenl  remember when he started businecs  for himself in a small wny in Montreal in a little Notre Dame ������treet  store. In n short time he went to  the bend ofllce of the Sherwln-WII-  Ham Co., and soon beenme nres-ldont  of the Inrcest paint mnnufnctiirini:  company in the world. Ht������ Is reenrd-  ed ns one of the hie business men rif  ���������tho continent, bis orgnnir.ntion nbili-  tint br-ing looked upon nf tnrirveloiM.  He is nlso president nf ihe new Canadian Sherwlii-Willianifi Co,, with  him us mnnnuer being nsnicinted Mr.  C. C. RiiHuntyno, of Montrenl.  Diamonds In Canndn.  Mr. It, A A, .lohn������ton. of the Po.  minion Geolouieiil Survey, will leav  Ottawa fnr Germany ������oon to lnquir������  into Tiii-thodi* by which diamonds-" can  be extracted from cbromlte. Pin-  motulf- in cbromlte hnve been found  in northern Quebec, nnd It in claimed tbnt tbey can be extracted bv a  1 toted his wad around wllh hini. defy-  'Come right In. buys/' cal hil Allen. '.' ���������������������������' man s.c Hie devil in vol n awny frmi'  "Ut the urease*.* nil;,* tlu* hurst*-*,"       . ���������*���������"��������� ���������    vv������'11- H''11*" "*' wb" wns both  With shrill shouts, whnrp-i mid much I l,mn "' ,,('vl1 WuH ",0 '������������'"'*1 fnl* I'I*"*"  liniuhter   the   guests   crowded   about j    "Wh������i found lilm?"  the nittclmiriti. i    ">   did   iit;.i.ttf    U'tnt  uwt   ai-ouud ',  Kadi won* hlx holiday clothe**.   .New j n���������'ii after lbs* in������nicy.   Didn't stop tsi j  handkerchiefs    were    knotted    about ' go biuU tu town fer u pirnse.   Trail  Asia Minor.  Uott of tbe people living In tbe vlt-  Inges and towns of Asia Minor know  nothing about rcmi'illeu of any ulnit  except the few Hindu ot roots una  herb* growing near by, and a phyni-  t.tan'M merTlce-.* uii* riutfty culled fur;  consequently the inortnlltjr among the  ptupU U very great, fn the inrgtir  cities and eoiniiniiiHIi-is on (he uia hi  roads ther* art tuwuy physicians*.  analysed there would have been found  an innate desire to put those initials  where they belonged. It has been a  big job, but unless his batting eye  fails him he is apt to get there. lli������  long training, especially with tho  CM'.It., has been invaluable to bim,  The C.I'.H. U not only a transcontinental rond, but it is also a trana-  oeeanio Hteaiiiship company, and Mr.  HOSWOrtll   IIHH   to  Keep   IHU  l*>'������ Vis   Wsu  Atstt.'tlic ili'.'iJiJ.-bJj. \*i.:it*=, the t*ic.!������eu-  ger and freight business from Halifax  to Vancouver, and take an occasional j noll������hed*���������Stor Weekly  look at Uie Pacific.  Certuinly a man ,   whose 'held runs from Liverpool to  Hong Kong haa to have a lonf| arm  and a citht "tumim, n.u\* ^j.������������ C i**.-. *���������������  day to decide a point. It's certainly a  big man's-job, and one thud is apt  to keep the ordinary mnn awake at  nights gathering up tho loose ends  and seeing that Uiu system doesn't  sag in the middle. However, O. M.  But worth is used to work, and take* .  particular method known in Germany. If so, It is believed that the  Quebec dinmnndi. fields will tnke on  n large importance. There have ben  many rumors for years pn*t, jibout  diamonds in the northern pnrt of  Ontario nnd Quebec, find some of  these dnys ������en*ntionnl discoverie-i  mny be made. A mining emtineer in  tho norlh halt n fine diamond which  ho chimin to wive t������miit*<i ifum mi  1,-iifli'ii), .'.'.'.") ii'b'cb be pent Ir Am-  ���������derdnm,  v'b/vc* he  hnd it cut   and  Hard te .Find.  Onn of Mr T*'i������hPTV census fnunw*  ntor* had nn jntcrepting time inlet-.  viewing ix lndy on O'Connor i.treet.  Ottawa. With hi* voluminous book  and nicely sharpened pencil 1he in-  quUitor Rppenred at the doer and  the  woman  enmo.  "Is the mnn of thi- house in?" hu  to it like the proverbial duck to wat-i ���������*���������������������!!  cni'imcd. opening hit jude-  ct. anil that reminds one that whim I wi-nt book,  Mr. Bosworth Iind* things bt-giiining !    ,,������?���������     w"* ,h" r"n'-v  Will he be in ut noonf  Nr.,"  to poll on him he takes to the water.  , Apart from his work, and thn fun ha,  I gits from it, "fUhin'" is the only re-!    "t'n y������ Ml "������"*"    <*n fin(!  'creation he ever takes.   He halt no   hi'"       permuted    Mr.   H*her������   nn  ��������� other hobbi#i.   He ia nol intertsted i aerynar.  i*i. m indii.'wmm j in iport ol any kind,, is not in any i      ! "^^ J**���������mJ������"Z������aJ*  aenws * club iimn, nor ia Ut������ ������ tliivt Ut   rj"' . w"������ "|p ������"**.:^"������e<> ���������������������������'���������"���������  tads of mils description. ! *"* MttCf-  Fastest Flawinsj Rivar. (   The  famrsi   fiowut-e  nvs>r  tn  tha ; other hobbii*i  world Is rn** >���������������'  rises 16,'Joo 2e������i m-ove Uiu ana tad  talis 12,000 taut tn ibU miles.  JPHINCESS VIOTOUIA l.OUISK OF HIUSSU.  as" indulgent, and it was the Kaiser  who would gently insist thnt there-  should not be so much spoiling, Virtually tbe Kaiserin has trained Iter  daughter, for she personally chose all  who bad anything to do with her education, and made a point of not only-  receiving a weekly report of work-  done, but also was frequently in the-  schoolroom, looking very thoroughly  after things herself.  The Kaiserin, as are all German-  princesses, is thoroughly domesticated; therefore she has taken very good)  enro that her daughter hns received ���������������  similar course. A certain time each  and every day has been spent in the'  acquisition of housewifely duties.  Thus tbe young princess is not only  highly accomplished, but she is aw*  truly domeHtionted as any nverago girl  of her country,  One of her great delights nownday*  is to take her mother's place in the-  early morning, mnko her father's cof-  it and butter his rolls beforo the in**  evitable ride, when even the most part-  of early-rising Potsdam is still asleep.  If occasion required the prinoosa-  could prepare u very respectable mid.  dny meal, for she has a profound  knowledge of aiiantiticR and what  cooks call a "light bund" iai composition of ingredients.  Out in Berlin and Potsdam one hoar*  all worts of tales of the niiucei-.s' cleverness anil kindness of heart, for she  is continually out and about nmong  the people; Hliopning, visiting school*.-  hospitals, and other institutions whoro  ���������die will chat freely and unreservedly  with the people she meets. Hho has a  pretty pair of ponies which she tool**  scientifically through the tralllc of tho-  Untor den Linden, the Friedrich-  struRRO, and other thoroughfares, and  it was iu driving through the latter  crowded place that one day there wan  an accident. It was not tiie princess'  fault.  A venturesome boy stepped out-  suddenly and billed to get clear of  the animals' beads. He went down  and,  receiving  a kick  on  his  face,  Vltist  hstktsnj   ...;....>.  i...m   ........  ������ri������,'.  ened,' Prineeps Victoria wn* in terrible*  distress, and she not only insisted on  Tendering "first aid" with her own  and ber atttr.dantft' handkerchief*,  but, also���������in spite of the said attendants' rcisvmMranoe--helpcd to place'  vt..i.  wvj   ...  ......  ���������.,,!..  ���������'..'.. gV !i.!0 ilr'.'i i-  bim to the nearest doctor.  Truthfully, she has rrilade havoc in  tlie hearts of many young German  nobles, who can only sigh from alar  as they gaze   at   the   unattainabk*.  Humor hus more than once been rile  us to the future of the princess. Certuinly bcr marriage would be one ot  ; the  most  important events  imag-in-  l able, iraugbt v>Uh luiuuudoUii con*,!-  ( quences to the whole of Kurnpe. Am*  | now it is confidently rumored that slur  i will   be  betruthed  to toe   Prince of  ! Wait*!!.  One thing is certain, and that,  i is  lh nt  tlie  Kaiser  will  have soma  j weighty word* lo say on Uie subject.  x lot Use ui.au',: ml ttku.iv--iw, mU Uw  * priuoess herself t ' I
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THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
The word "shrove" is. rooted In
"Ehrive," and Bhrovo Tuemlay, Vn
which the English pancakes wa1**
named, -was th* date'on which tl-.o
church ���njolaed.a general confession
and "shrift" (or absolution). Tha
day following was Ash Wednesday.
Pancakes are still eaten in England
and Wales upon ShroVe Tuosday. I
have talked with old' peoplo who
recollected the custom q.s nearly universal Iri Puritan Now1. England. It
Is safe to say that not one In a
thousand of cooks and eaters had any
suspicion of the churcUly authorization of,the practice. ,*t
THE HOT CKOSS BUN Is venerable,
although It may not claim oqual antiquity with tho pancake and tho
"PuBsnacht," eaten In Germany on
Shrovo Tuesday, and having, undoubtedly, the same pedigree with the
English cake.
THE  GOOD ' FRIDAY SUN is found
ln all Roman Catholic countries, and
ln   most   Protestant.    Mother   Gooso
taught us to chant:
"Hot cross buns!   Hot cross buns!
One a penny! two a ponnyl
Hot cross buns!"
It   was   one   of   the   London   criCB
while   America
colony.
waa   still    a    royal
"The flapjack of \%> Adirondack
"*_. guide."
IT WAS while I watched ln idle
amusement a group of Adirondack guides making ready the
supper for our hungry hunters
that the probable origin of the Immemorial pancake occurred to me'.
We name It "Immemorial" carelessly, because we have heard of It all
our lives, and our fatherB ate pancakes for generations before us.
Shakespeare says, "As fit as a pancake on Shrove Tuesday." Country-
bred and self-made Benjamin Franklin growls of the croakers of his day:
"They will never think It ls good
times until houses are tiled with pancakes." That was his Ideal of extravagant luxury.
Buf^ttr^u^^Adironda^k'-iVoodsmesi;
They baked no bread for us all the
-while we were in camp, except what
���we called "pancakes" and they dubbed
".flapjacks." When I volunteered to
bake blBcults over the wood flre In
the broad, shallow pan Into which
they were used to pour their hastily
made batter, they' let me have my
���way; acknowledged that the "cakes"
we made wero "nice enough for a
change"���and mixed pancakes for the
next meal.
"You see," observed ono to whom
J gently hinted the possibilities ot
varying the diet by other combinations of flour and water, "living on
| the jump-like, as we do for months
together, flapjacks come easier than
"The Arab woman moulds it into cakes."
anything else. Many's the time I've
got breakfast, and help eat It, and bad
the frying-pan strapped up and slung
ovor my shoulder���not quite cold���bo-
fort sun-up,"
It tnay have been the touch of the
kitchen utenslfti slung over the
traveler's shoulders that suggested
the train of thought beginning with
tho hurried exodus of the Israelites
from Egypt, when��� ���
"The people took their dough be-
"Old Virginia pancakes."
fore It was leavened, their kneading
troughs being bound" up ln their
clothes upon their shoulders. * ��� ���
And they baked unleavened cakes of
the dough, which was brought out of
Egypt, for It was not leavened, because they were thrust out of Egypt
and could not tarry, neither had prepared for themselves any victual."
Why should not this be the genesis
of the pancake? I asked myself the
some many ysrirs thereafter, when I
saw the Arab women stir up uri-
! ;avened batter ln a wooden bowl
just stiff enough to handle, mould It
swiftly Into round cakes and bake
these upon stones heated ln a flre of
thorns or chaff.
 ���_.-Daj.na__gg __a tr_,in���.all^but���the_pa_i !___
quoth I, recollecting the Hebrews'
flight and the guide's hurried breakfast.
And why not? Is there not ft dim
Temlnlscenoe ol the Passover, and the
oubsequent fortyjyears of wandering
in the desert, ln Hhe Shrove Tuesday
preceding the Lenten fast of forty
days?
It would be too long a digression
were we to pursue that question at
the significance of the numeral*
"forty" In sacred history. It rained
once forty days and forty nights;
Elijah went In the strength of angel
food forty days; forty stripes save one
was the.llmlt of soourglng, and a fast
of forty days proceded the Temptation in tbe Wilderness.
Old Virginia Pancakes (No. 1).
Beat live eggs vory light; udd three
cupfuls of milk, two tablespoonfuls
of shortening���butter or lard, malted���
and���a handful at a time���a quart of
sifted flour with which has been
mixed a teaspoonful of salt. No baking powdorB were added'' by our
grandmother.' She depended upon the
beaten eggs and quick mixing to insure   UghtnesB. ?
Have .a   large   frying-pan   on   the
aoda; anally, with few, swift strokes,
the flour and stlltenod -whites alternately.
_**��� \
��,', New Jersey Pancakes. V
One cup of flowr, sifted twice with a
teaspoonful of baking powder and a
quarter of a teaspoonful of Bait. One
cux>.of milk. Four eggs, the whites
and yolks beaten separately. Mix
tha yolks with the milk; add the
.flour, and the beaten whites, alternately, whipping fast but lightly. Melt
a tablespoonful of butter in a hot
frying-pan and pour In enough batter
to covor the bottom of tho pan thinly.
Brown on both sides. Cnro will bo required to prevent tearing the half-
cooked cake In turning, Beforo taking it up, straw tlio pancake with
powdered sugar and cinnamon and
roll upon tho mixture.
Froneh Pancake*.
Make according to any of the
recipes given above, then spread with
Jelly or inarmalado; roll up and
sprln.klo sugar upon the top.
Two things aro esncntlal to success
ln pancake manufacture; quick mixing and quick yet caroful baking.
The cook must give hor whole attention trom the beginning to tho end
of the lask. And the pancakes should i
be sent to table direct from tho
flre. They get clammy and viscid
with  waiting,
V
fire with enough melted butter ln It
to reach every, part of the bottom.
Pour ln enough batter to cover the
bottom of' the pan, and shake slightly
ln cooking to loosen'the cake from the
Iron surface. Run a broad spatula
under one edge of the pancake ln
three minutes to see If the lower side
be nicely browned. If It ls, turn the
cake dexterously, without breaking
or ridging It.
In the very old times���so the story
goes-4he skilful cook turneM her
pancakes by tossing them clear of
the pan, and In such a fashion that
they turned a somersault ln the
transit and alighted on the other
side ln the pan. Tradition has It that
a "youns woman proved her culinary
cleverness by tossing the cakes
_straIght_up.___the___w.l_deithroa.ted___ihl_m^
ney lo the very top arid catching
them in good shape, the cooked side
uppermost, as they shot down. My
old mammy boasted that she had
seen this feat accomplished ln her
youth. The art was lost before I appeared upon the scene.
When done, the pancake was rolled
up and sent to table with a good
pudding sauce.
Old Virginia Pancakes (No. Si).
One pint of sifted llour. Four eggs
beaten very light. Half a teaspoonful
ofjtialt and the same quantity of soda,
the latter mixed, just beforo It goes
Into,the batter, with a teaspoonful of
vinegar. Two and a half cups of
milk. Beat tho yolks very smooth,
stir into the milk; then the salt, and
*       Hot Cross Buns.
To a quart of sifted flour add threo
cupfuls of milk. This should make
a rather thick batter. Hnvo at hand
a cako of compressed yeast woll dissolved In JsulC, a cup ot lukewarm
water, or n half cup of baker's or
"nome-made yeast. Beat this into the
batter and net ln a sheltered corner to
ric6 for six or eight hours. It should
���double the original bulk. In tho
morning beat in hard and lon'g four
tablespoonfuls of melted butter, a.
generous pinch of grated nutmeg and
a saltBpoonful of salt. Have ready a
cupful of flour that has been sifted
three times with an oven teaspoonful
of soda. Knead for ten minutes. The
dough should be just soft enough to
handle. Set aguln to rise " and double
Its bulk. It should do this ln from
four  to  Ave  hours, ,
Turn out upon the kneading board;
roll Into a sheet halt an inch thick
and cut Into round cakes. Arrange ln
greased baking-pans and leave, covered, for the last rising. When they
are high and puffy cut a deep cross
ln each within, knife. Bake in a
steady oven, covered, for twenty
minutes, then brown lightly.
__-Wash_th_i^_tqps_ot_the_ buns, while
hoti"wlth���beaten white~of~egg~mlxod~
with powdered sugar.
They are best when fresh. ���-""
^ObmJh,   FtCm^CWytt
Radical.
SRadical," sayis an English" paper,
was originally a term of reproach, but
waa soou enthusiastically adopted by
a section of the Liberal party. Thejr,
oveu went the leugth of wearing habitually a whlto hat, nicknamed a "radical." Woru in the house of commona
the white bat,is uow considered a sign
at Toryism..'?
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Domestic Service
FPERS dealing with "Domestic Service," "The Boarding House Keep*
er" and "The Bachelor Glrl"-all
of whloh appeared, ln the Exchango
within a few momths-havo excited ao
much Interest and called forth' so much
comment, favorable and adverse-, that I
think It expedient to found upon each a
symposium trom time to time.
Those will bring the several topics before the mombors of our Great Family
, ��nd, maybe, oaBt light upon certain
points that are now sadly mixed up for
somo of us. At any rato, malcontents
will have the chance of freeing their
minds,
The symposium ".I today will deal
with tho ever--and-cvorywhcro vexed
quoiitlon of what &oiiglaji Jerrold called,
baldly enough, "scrvantBulUnn." Wo
name It more delicately and tactfully
"Doincttilc Service." .
__ A Philadelphia plaintiff hag the flrBt
hearing:
With regard in tht lervnnt oueitlon, permit nn, it, .ny t.hut tlm life of ths average
iimltl In hard ut Unit, _|i_ u made to luul
Mint she In Inferior, to all around Imri
ineiiibert of thst imnlly will put lur by
without s>von bidding ln*r thn tlmo of duyi .
��i�� i*hlMrtm turn up their noiet at her ami
���ay Hits its "only u lilsldy."
A villi to, an Intelligence oUtcs Is to till-
���ml una wllh tlie lift without going further. It reminds urns uf a cuttle pun in-
an in of a place fur human being*. A
cuu pi a of doitn Rlrli In unit pokuy room,
villo. ths miniums arts cmnrorlably stinted
ton Dlush chairs or rnft cushions, Wntin
.���intlfiiu engage* a mull the will b�� suro
, to lull her tht fiputtis st week'* nulls:*
���when the Is tnavlng.    When a maid  has
Sirlntlplo tun.unit '' jtltv* this nutlets, 1 hnv��
iiwwii of, her being illeoha rgeil immo-
llnuly, alts, has no redress. Ther* It no
written agreement, and If tht refutti to
leant un men ihurt notice, there lu nu
cither on tho actnt, and If una doesn't move
on. the patrol wagon arrive*, it thlt fair
Iilisy?
The worst room In th* house It th*
inslil'i; (Mid enough lo fieeie litr In the
T'l-,',; I-    f-,1    ''..'."'.    'hf     ���.,..!,...!..     !���.'.    run.; r .-'
After a htrd (lay's work,  all  she hat to
mi.*,   hi*T   atiilird  hrtivi   In  n   Utile  wntw  In
a cracked pitcher eel on a wathitind that
should hnve been on the wood plo lung
ag.i. I know of placet where there ire
����vn btthnvsmt. and Ihe mal.l le mt
Allowed in tie either.
Then, tgriln. the inttlil never knows when
ee work It done. Metis are at all hourt,
��� lien, there  Is   company   It  Is   10 w  li
"I   \"ll     if      *��,f,Vf      ,.,-.*,  **.     ,\l.,*.     f.t.     :.\.n.,l
Ujs. Another' thlnif. Who tmuld enjoy a
c<M dlnnert ti It K��nerai|y eooked an hour
liefnre th* mild tell iny nf II.
In mm* pieces everylhlnc la locked up;
and vou fet>i te If you mlshl be a thief mil
ciiuldn I be trusted. The madisn wis*, keept
two (Iri* hat lhe mast fault tn Hnd, and
speaks the loudest In public pieces about
her swvanti.
A stlrl that llvei nut hn leu ehenee nf
freitlnf mtrrle-i than any other ��uI ihat
ill t.t tw.'X f.jf * H,In*. In t.m-.a .'tun
they won't alliw tny eorontny or tlw
��ipr*'��lt*   *e��,  and   the   prtsverlilal   "John"
fr*ri.,* fi WW*, trh.r* ti<* r-m ��> In nl fh,t
r��nt divtr and hav* a fmnfiM-tatiie ehtlr tn
the parlor. Tlie lutl.iritv of I its hens ste
ool very ItvUliif,   A few ttrtlfht-tiacked
��
chairs and a rough table covered with oilcloth. The only place a lervunt hat to alt
In-Then her day'* work le done,
, If you work In a ttoro or office and your
employer moets you on the- street, he will
tip hli hat to you. But If you art a
servant, he will pass you by -without notice.
. We honr a great ileal about man'*, In-
humiitilty to man. It could vory well be
changed to the family's Inhumanity to tha
maid, .        -
ONLY A SERVANT (Philadelphia).
' Buffor one word of protest from an
employer (I like the term better than
"tho madam," whloh Is the latost es-
oapo from tho obsolete "mistress").
Since our plaintiff asHerti that there
aro families so devoid of common decently as lo treat maids In the manner
she describes, I must, perforce, bollevo
hor. In tho homos I know best, the
child who speaks of a maid as "only
a biddy" would be punished for Incivility. Servants are nulck to resent
and report rudeness on the part of
children and young people. The
. Ultohons that I havo tho prlvlloge nf
entering aro oomfortable and well appointed; the twvunts' bedrooms aro tha
samo.
And this, with good food and consideration for afternoons and oven-
lni.ii and days "out," and humane
treatment generally, are tho rule and
not the cxoeptlon, If for no othor reason because tho maid will not stny
whoro ber rights aro Infrlngod and her
"prlvllngos" disregarded.
Thorn you havo the other side of tho
nuettlnn In a nutsholl. Our next letter
Is from
sl Model Mistress
. The womtn who, Ukat a .kindly Inlereit ,ln
. her iirunu will litre no dUiiwity In getting
^AhWM.tT'ol.rn, mjfMmi k*t
lemnt*, Iserttiie I wanted my, tlm* for Us* nut
tod trtlnlng of my ftuaiy.  Vor the laUer ntlf ,
Gy tft'ightera here, been mr tutitanti. \ tut
inatUy tajr (hit I gut euseUy Use tame etre
fn.   .i.y���,,v.  ...    ���I     mm.,mf     ........    �����^    mf..f'.*
that I Ittet Jllren to my, ow* atria.   Whs; not.
Tl.s>' -"riii UU   '.sine lnnlhirii*   u\,\, ���,,_   ��|| >,i���l
ioiiTi to.tart, and, tliar luul tlttlr plat* In the
��oi Iil.    wisy  tliould   1   not wttrlt  ou-r llifin
when away from nnmo tnd moiher tn.t girlng
Hull time tn ne tm tn ssiltuS
Tliu enabled me t<> find more time for my
!wiiTou*.l untu; more llnit for rejt end mere*.
Ion| mnre time for study tnd Mlflmpnitement
Jonk dark to limut nrat yeans wllli mj liahlet
��M   sh/nit   tn.   *fii   ll,��T.tr   fltft   Inr  tttfl   ofewl   (fl.*��
wiiiini I rniiid iniii, fluty Iis'Iimhi 10 make my
Uunlene lU'hl. and ther im* .-an nte rttlier tt
-" '    tin 	
til that, ."Lit Uiem ba gliia while Uiey mi
Or etuli Mother feela tliat her daughter li al
domeatic dutleat that ahe, with hir tccomp!
,ic duties
^mLT��mm
Then there.
may."
abort
l. with h*r tvccompliali-
wall ud cau bare hor
inte.lt nre to mt
wsjtk done Jjj.filr^liniti.,
flfM. .ritjl to"aee.th.e gehlief ilda
1   nlrcliL
U the other clan, who think tt
....��,," to L      -    ��� ���     ���      ���
t?r,i.oriln i*a .1 ���,- .-	
of, .that poiltlon, knowing, ta 1 do, w|nt melt
moi* "lenteel1
if* dauRhtert Itenind coiin-
sTUlt mint put np with from floorwalker! and
 ll. If tltey. value their pos
tew girli are  	
to. .conduct themMlvtw u
offlce clerk
itidin mcHlt,w,
omt or ai tebi
value their position abort
o few gli  '  "*
trained tt
much
a
ladlu that ODt_,oannot blame the men to rant
u ono blimte tlta girl who cannot dlttlngulili .
compliment from tu Intuit.
I've made ����� iludy. of. the girl who "takes i
cooking courn" it school. It would be a liuiilt
tblo farce wore It tint i slitutiu  suiil  a pity
th
fill
ilifw j,M."moejrj��iluii uiion".aJI(tle ti'let.]
"Tlit grailuttii froni"high iih
for. a (niitmii. position .thlnkt
.lie niarea too much valua uison a llttl _
tlno liiiti,.cllon,snd forgets that lift Is not all
lenitM pie, wuflles anil  ���
ne. wiiinei
[riiluate fr
and "misltiXM |ij>|dhesi~ 'or
��ke,
school and randldatt
tn)
V
an.
J mil. position
im luldneia L.  ,. ,	
1. wai trained In my early home to W< neat
.._ ahe knnws It all,
.tuilneu methodi.
not cook a. ran of tomatoes,
t woman ,tn tny .employ
dtterly be-
and aiood Himitreaa, yet 1 liavn seen tlie time
"  ���   when I cried")
who wai iir'l ^iTd~w&rTai"t liselvwir tn*>>hi*��_
after 1 wai mirrled when I
work,
liniisr
ret wlinee  ilaughtert  know   nothliiK  of
rltorj,. Onn esrni II a week in ��� store.
hniisewirerj-, One eirni It a week Fn i store,
with long. Irregular hour*, tnd the other is
ettufyina plann muila in order to teach It Inter.
rerUl'M��,i,Sro'n.W* g('ln,, out' T,,e ,l,,r<l
Out o,it ill tlie nonsenee tauilit in the pnhlio
ffjipolf. .MJ I, and ill our nlili (and lmysi for
llfei balllii ind ererjday work tnd thi slreiunt
will .take fire of tlieriiiehei..   I em.Ill w|ii-u I
I
.JJ1 A*1"1 ,f,ff M thfiiwlie*.   I tmlll when I
���e* lis* s isllow iirelenie  the schools mtV* In
raining rlilMren, ind .I'm inures III when 1 sea
ie, false rinlloni mothsri of toilay
tn Alder litter than ti I mlttrtu to whs-en Ihey
must lie In order tn gs-l t.tltt iw more o*T.
M. II, lit. (Hetttte, Wash.),
A California womnn brings forward
another aide of the question and
handles It ho well that t deplore the
natjesslty of omiuinjr parts of h��r letter,
Frnm California
Why do n��t wllsfTS ��t,4 m.tr.llsns leefh girl*
line *)�� Itty Imtitef I *wt����n Ibrir de'iel tees anil
wuJi.   Tbey thick ther* to Unit euoujb for
i* fall* nnllimi mntlura of today ire g vlng
lielr glrkj molhert who \'woiilij like to bo gen"
eel" and doiiH know where io stsrt.
, X, V. A. 'I. (Ix-ts Angeles, Csl.),
In roadlng this sensible epistle, I
am remlmiod of what wise (Icorgo
Macdonald says of dancing:
"I lon�� ago made up my mind thot
there Is no surer way of making an
Indifferent thing bad than for good
people to refrain from doing It."
There It, assuredly, no eurax way of
bringing a woman's proper profession���
housewlfory-lnto disrepute than for
tho rising guneratlon of women to shun
tt ns dunieunlng and to crowd our
shops and fnatorlss with ftnahy, undeveloped human machines, every one of
��*h��w wetin-*' ftr... v*-;u'.i t��� ���J. ;..;..-���
rlad and to k��er�� (save, thet -marW^ a
house of hor own.
I wish It were practicable to com*
pree* within tho llml���� aaaigned to us
ona-thlrd of the odmlrnhle communication I tako up n��zt   If I could Impreaa
Ilnnn   thn  mlnrlm   unft   rnnmrimtiiH   .9   ��>.->���
respondonti thn absolute need of brevity when writing to us, my readers
would bs enriched by many useful nnd
charming disquisition*), and I be. spared
tho heartache that attends the consignment ti{ tbo waste basket of what I
would fain preserve and paaa on.
Is the Maid Superior?
TI��ro Is mio thing In whl.'li tlnm* wim me
e*l!sM ��K�� If, eerve In the h^mteViMd hive
a *lgittl ittvantttge, end th*y aro n"t "l��*��
la profiting by It   Her* come* In the de
mand for high wagea and leu work: for
tpeclal "privllogot": half, and even whole
day* off. And the helplett, untrained mle-
trets-hertelf the tlave of loclai obligation!
���mutt concede everything. 1 faint when
I thluk of the alternative! To thlt extent .
we must eymptthlae with society leaden.
Now for th* other tide. How can uny
girl of mortal mold do the houteclennlng
and the conking; serve the mealt; antwer
th* doorbell tnd the telephone and respond
to the caprice* of nn overwrought society
womeuT If the cm, the It the luperlor of
tha womnn tho lorvoi, vastly her superior
If tht maintain patience and a*If-polt*
through It all.       ... . ._
Boctety haa no right to encroach upon the
time which bulonirn to tho conservation
of the home, Simplify llvlngl Blmpllfy the
serving of your meal*, If, you cannot afford to keep a corp* of. aervanta; drop
out "unnecessary necosiltlot"; deny yourself certain outside pleaturtt fnr the whole-
tome homo enjoyment i live and enjoy within the rompuu of meant and ttrength.
Headaches and nervous prostration* will become beautifully ls*as and tho tired husband
will return joyfully to bit "palace of rett"
when thn ilny'i Mill nre over.
Tha nominal mUtrtii of thu modern home
would Im horrlned could the wltnen. unobserved, Ihe wmte thtt goes on In her
kitchen while she recllnoe In a neglige In
hew boudoir or Indulges In thnt most fascinating of pnttltnei, bridge whlet, Nor
can *h* ever rial lie the real condition*
until she peri'mnlly demonstrate* how much
Riorti eoonnmlenllv she run provide for her
oursehnlil without tli* help of a maid,
Th* little daughter nf the house I* taught
(aiid rightfully,  '<*<���) I" "keep, out nf the
kitchen.7'   Hut lot nituima woth the dlthei
and  little Miry will  wipe them and *et
ihe table, l^et mamma mnke tho bedt. und
labil will b* proud to . ��s��l��t; let
rnnmma tidy up the room*, and Helen will
learn to duel them. 1-et mrtmmn make the
pudding or Ihe cake, and Agnos, Jutt bud-
tilng Into womanhood, will learn the lei-
tone of anplled tfllince, which, In nfter
year*, will tldn her ovor manv troubled
water*.       IIAIIUIOT M. VS. (Oregon, III.).
Our nccmiipllslidl correspondsnt has
set a steady finger upon the woak spot
In one side of the question before us.
Tho mlstroM who Is Ignorant of practical housewifery, or who shows that
sho disdains to lend to household tasks
so much as ono of her dainty Angers,
ts not fit to manage a houso or to
guide employes, if, she carry out Hit*
coarsu of action nun inclination in ine
training nf hc-r rtiiiwlilcrp., flic mu;<t jjot
��no*r or wonder If hor Imitative maids
ottoh the tons and tricks of thought and
���peach,
"Hear in mind that our girls haves
higher Meali than domestic aeivlce!"
*Ma Xttn Irsead ot a tseUtHfii-itii In nisei til
tha "slummlest" portions of a city.
Thl�� In answer lo a visitor who offered to take two girls Into the country whai-a tha lady lived the year
round. Her house was commodious and
fitted with all modern conveniences;
ffi*i girl* wniihl htv.�� ��ii��p?irsf* room*.
warm In winter and cool In tummari
llm fnmllv w��s�� email, nnff tins huusa-
hoia duties rnuld he tanily t,erforme^.
"I am willing to train then t* cook
and waitress," added'tho visitor, "and
to give excellent wages from the first.
I really -wish to help some of these
poor girls to a good home and other
and more healthful occupation *than
making shirts at a dollar per dozen."
Then camo tha reply I have recorded.
I stood by and heard tha dlaloguu.
Lsooklng around upon the pale-faced
groups ot young women, and recalling
the piteous tales to which wo had listened from the managers of the BOttlo-
mout that was to "uplift" them, 1
marveled exceedingly as to the "Ideals"
whloh their dully toll and evening
dan cos and tableaux were to encourage.      , ** "    ���
Until tholr superiors in education and
social station cease to deprecate tho
quiet work of tho household as "belittling" and "monlnii" can wo expect
young women who mutt earn tholr
living  to mako voluntary choice of It?
Harriet M. El. npeukH wards ot truth
and loliornoss ln advising that the reformation bogln with mistress and tho
daughters of tho lioiutoliold,
ln a few weeks wu shall listen to
the protests and the demurs of Landlady and Uiu'holor Girl,
Until then the umiiil work of tho
Huusuinoihurs' kxcIiiiiiho will be cur-
rlud on us usual.
For /Humintm
Hera are directions for cleaning aluminum; Scour the luultlu af the vtieiil well
with wtustBter ulnte puttder you use, If
the article be hetisul it will clean mora
easily. If the Inside Im omU'il from the use
of hard water, heat the utentll upon tha
alove until the ensuing .i*<li off. It will
nut .Injur** th* warn in do thii. i'ollib the
uuttlda with an trilclu iitiM fm tli.it expreus
purptjte,   Bllver i��ill��h wun't work.
Never boll totlt, ivo.iish. tinitionla, wash-
Ing powdur* ami s'lioup r.mtpu In aluminum
vestals. They will discolor Uie nietnl, Tha
oloratlon   may	
and watir I'n'the iilili'pan.   Allow an ounce
t,f dt-ld If b giii.il i,r v.iiler,
! hav* a large number of pink altdlisiut
bulba to etxiharite with any of the member* If they would ctra fnr ihem. Various
ether ptsr.t* an,* etjlbs ��oum l* wltdly ����-
celvud. Mrt. W. ID. I'. (lot Angeles, I'eJ 1.
The address of our California mornber
1* at thn eervlrei nf fellftw-florlistt, Her
clour and full directions for tloii)�� whsl
has troubled sundry correspondents'
thrifty svouls should have soma rectuii-
pons*,
To Remove Shine
Bava you *illl tha dtraetltwi* f<* remov-
fnr Ihss "ahln*" frnm l.lsck silk, peasi d��
tule, etc, *whli*h WS.IS, rtii,u��in'0 in tit*. Ks-
ehanga tome limn a gut And will you kind-
ly rnieat ths-m? Thai ta, unl"��* you wilt
�����n4 lUviu Xm ...���; bv  tuitll.
���Mis. M, It, rWentw, Ilt.1,
It Is contrary to our rules to mail ra-
clpes, To undertake to answer In this
way one-third of tho requests w�� receive would leave us no tlmo for anything olso. And to comply with ono r��-
> quest whllo wo ncRloot other's, would be
most unfair.
You may'-clean tho silk and remove
the gloHH of a "dull finish" by gponglng
with grain alcohol nnd cthor In equal
parts, Add a tablespoonful of ammonia
lo a pint of tho mixture. Put Into a
bottlo and cork tightly. When you wish
to uho It, set it ln lukewarm water and
exchango for hotter ovory three rnlnuti'i
until the contents of tho bottle aro vo,,
hot,   Then apply um dlrncted.  "
Hot vinegar ia a good thing with which
to remove tho gloss thut conies with
long wear to cloth and sl'k. Spongo and
wipe dry with a soft cloth, Don't rub
tho fabric In drying or you will invito n
rolurn of tho "shlno." I>nt nnd press tt
gently.    ���
Useful Meat Chopper
THIS nicui chopper will soon save
moro thnn Ita cost by onabllng on*
to utrn chwiptir cuts of niuiit nnd to
utilize loft-over meats, Haw beef run
through' It Ih a ph-uwiut chan-jo from
plain Hft*nk. It Bhould bit woll Monsotitnl
wllh sail and pepper,before clinnplng,
nnd Hhould hnve'a llttlii fat mlxcil with
tho k*nn, Hrop the* little* rolls, Junt as
they come from perforated ulnte of
choiiper, an a very hot pan, wfth a lit-
tin hutlor. Hilr lightly a moment or two
and serve quickly on a hoi nhitt., to
uao ri'iniiiintu of ronsis, ett*nk or nny
nice Pitiik/*il misiit, put thnm through tho
chnpiinr nnd mlg with oiitiiil mi��i��nuro of
breadcrmnlis; timtnn with salt and |M*n-
nfr, Romp porsons may llko herbs,
alislslt-ri wllh any gravy or stock you
may hnv�� or with croam, making a
littlt) innri* iiuiIhi thun vou would div>sii-
Ing for poultry.   1'ut it in a nklllot or
vestals.   They will discolor ih�� metal,   Ths      lng for poultry,   I'ut It In n nklllot or
wcrst   discoloration  may   hn   removed   hi/       thick   |��nii(  cover closely .With a  pinto
Tw'anty" minutes or   hnlf' an "hour* 'tsi
ni's.us,  llt.ii!������   tXftti it t'�� ��l   !ii,fll>. ,t.i*,.liily
thf, llrsi time, nny mv> mnv aucci'tsd In
miiklfig this very nicely. Anotln��r favor-
Ito wny of utlng rris.nt. osisoclnlly
ronkeil hnm, III to cut It lu tniitll p|��oi>s,
lit*ni Iluht ly nnd bruuk over tt ono <>gg
for each u*rsnn to be served.   When th��
Iit*ni Iluht ly nml bruuk over tt ono <>gg
for each u*rsnn to be served. When th��
ergs Itf'iHn to eel, cut aerie* them nnd
. *ur t;n.rfiu*ij, ms is�� in ).'**''��'*���*' tin* tne-
lU't-t ys-llitw mid white Of tho rgKS.
Hniwo at mice.
Keeping Cut Flowers
(HVT flowers will Inst fresh much
' longer If, be-foro putting thorn In
J   Wfifi'r, fhtt aitim fi split tip ntxwi*
an Inch. Maidenhair fern will last
fresh for a lon�� time If, when gt-itri'trit'l,
thu uUiiu ut, U.ii ii..', lu U.iiUi.i; v..xwc
and left until ibo wuur lu cvla Ufor*
using, THE NEWS, CUMBERbAMD. BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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PoSis Close at 5P.il :
In all   Dominion  elections the
doors of polling booths open 'at
l) o'clock a, m. and doso at 5 p, in
All vote*   must be*  east  between
these  hours.    In  pruvinei'il and
municipal,- elections   tlie   polling
.stations   remain    open     until   7
o'clock iii    iho   evening,   a   fact
which sometimes creates contusion
ju the niind of the elector.    Du
not forget that on   September  21
flint   the   doors   of   the   polling
booths will be  closer!  sharply   on
tlie hour 5.
A VOTEFOli KOSS MEANS
A VOTE FOR IiEC.PRpGITY.
The following, reply from the
Frost & Wood -agri cultural im
pleinent; makers, of Smith's Falls,
Ontario, was received bA' Mr. Jo-
seph Shaw in answer to - his .enquiry as to tlieir'stand upon reci-
prockyjr-y  -s	
"Regarding reciprocity,  might
say that we are not finding  any
fault witli  the .proposed arrangement with the United States.   We
believe it will generally be of ben
<-fit to the farmers of  this country, and   think  that . everything
thnt works out to tlieir .advantage
will help us also."
(Signed) The Frosi .& "Wood Co..
Limited.
-��SJ>-
LiniUUlMSM���LAURIEU���
ROSS.
The Nicwshas   been   requested
to publicly ask the lion. Mr. How
��0'' to answer tljo following quos
tions, on the Hth: ���Does he object to coke being put, on the. free
list hy tho reciprocity  agreement,
in view uf the fact thai- there  are
large quantities of it lying at Union Bay, which would find a ready
market in the States, if  the duty
of 31.10 was removed, thereby en-
comagiiig one of Cuiiiherliuicls industries?   Does   he' not   believe
that if the 45e, jum* ton  duty ou
conl whs removed,   putting it  on
the free list, it, would   open   np a
Inrger market for   the   Canndinn
Collieries   (Dunsmuir)   Limited,
wlio  have   invested   iniliions   of
eapilni here,   also   provide   more
work for our miners*  nnil  nintcri
ally hem-lit   (.Jiiinliorliiuil-t*.    iner-
chimin nml tradus-muni!
ileifltzman Piano for Sale.
TENDERS will be received *u ihe
office of \V Wesley Williml, Cuniberland.
B.C., until,Octobet ist, iqii, Im lhe pui-
chase of ,i Heinizmnn I'iano. The pintio
:s 'almost new and in first class condition
and can be seen .it iho home of Miss
McDonald, Comox, B.C.     .
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.       W. \V. WILLARD,
Official Adii.iiii-itiaior.
Cumberland, B C, Sept. f2th," igi i.
COMMUNICATIONS
Editor Nkws: ���
.What is the keynote  of those
three whistles  the   Cumberland
miners have unfortunately heard
so often lately but ''Reciprocity'1
in.capital letters.     'Remove that
45c duty from British Columbia,
coal, open up the natural market
for it; double the sale; double;!lie
output;,double the  miners'   pay
sheet, and at the same time.contribute towards making our new
company a  commercial  success,
and building np  our merchants',
and tradesmen's business,   all  of
whom having invested lheir capi
tal-desewe-to-sucGeed-i-iii-mak-ing-
an honest  livelihood  for   themselves and families.   Coke has to
pay a duty  of   $1.10    to  eu'er
the States; under   Reciprocity it
would be free.   Everyone knows
how coke, one of the by products
of coal, has been accumulating nt
the Bay for want; of a market.  It
would be a glorious thing if we
had smelling works of our own
that could use it; but, as we have
nor, let us sell it in the ..meantime
to those willing to buy and pay
for it, invest the proceeds in Canada    building   her up in every
way possible.   When we get out-
own works, which'wiil come, we
can still  manufacture  coke   for
tiuir   use,      Until then, let us
utilize it.     "Why euinbereth it
the ground?"    If we desire our
miners, tradesmen, coal company
and city lo prosper, vote for Reciprocity,    It.means the removal
of a 45c. per ton hindrance to our
prosperity and  the silencing of
those three whittles.    Wokkku.
Agents for Pilsener brewing Con-pain's BEER
Wholesale'Dealers in all Kinds of
Wines'and Liquors'. .
SECOND   STREET        j
comox agricultural & industrial
..assqga���
'PROGRAMME  of SPORTS
: 'to be Held on- WEDNESDAY,
September   the   27th, -1911.
Starting at 1 O'clock p.m., Sharp.
i,���Horse race,; to take place at  _*.-   p.m.,   entrn'nee   fee,
��2 . 50......  prize $20.00
2.���Tug-of-war,'teams,of seven,  entrance   fee  per team,
' ��   ���S^.-.o. t... . piize $25.00
3,���-Throwing the hammer, entrance fee 50c,   1 st prize,
$5.00; 2nd prize $2.50.
4.���Running high jximp, entrance fee 50c: ist prize,   S3;
2nd prize, $2.
5,���Greasy pole, entrance fee 50c; one prize a goose'
6,���-Men's race, 220 yards open, entrance 50c;   1st prize,
$5.00; 2nd prize, $2.00.
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Ij  Capital $0,Q0O]O0O.
d-
JJrandon Liberals adopt tmani
mously the following resolution:
���'That Ibis meeting hearlly endorses the reciprocity agreement,
between Canada and the United
���'1 <
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1    r        iv
UI.IIH.    II,c
II    ���*
t ill ti.i-
meut of Canada for ratification,
expresses it.*i regret at the opposition to the agreement parsing
ths* l-Ts-innf-.  *n'd iiriri*^ ibr* f'-ov
tt
eminent to do everything possible to have it agreed to.',
Ottawa, vSept. 1 r ���Thanks-
gb-tug Day wi!! probably lie set
for Monday, October 30, but no
oiiti.il action will betaken until
niter the election.
The iisU-siur of the  City   Hal]
v* Iwu \' ry niwch impiuvcd by
-.    i     ���- .    - ,;!) oi ,. Iiiih ':>���!>   ���.���."'.'"';
OAXtD OP THANK*.
We take this opportunity of
ex pressing our thanks to those
friends who by their, sympathy
and kindness to its iu our late
bereavement Hied to lessen our
sorrow, and also for' the mnny
beautiiul floral offerings.
Mus. McMillan and Family,
The following is the content**, of
an unsigned postal eurd received
ut this olllee from 1111 I'i fax, iSovu
sScotia;���'-Financial Uinturhiiiices
and social unrest is coming over
liuropo and America, its uH'outs
011 Camilla will lurgely m-poiid ou
011 yon, tho editors, iu public
teachers. If you uuiidonu cm-rup-
lion   and    propagate    ful ac hood,
whether throiiyh four of men or
forgaiu to yoiu'Rill! or piuty, you
are 11 blind- loader of the blind,
Honor God in your paper, and Ho
will shelter tho country, for your
mike, 111 llm coming uioim.
Highteousness,, not ICieues exults
thu nation. VVhitt sluill it profit
a country if it gain  thu ti'ado of
si,,. *,v}s'i)i> world, nnd Iikc lfi**
soul of iU1 bust idealnl "Ily thy
worils thou shalt bo justified, and
by thy words thou shalt bo con-
duinnod.*'
No doubt lhe above U a round-
about way ol inking un H"t to iiL'ip 1 , .,       c ,.     ,     ,
���' n. ' ii*v. champ'on sciulcr of l'viigbMia,
iv,t..r.i the Conservatives i0 power. |{1;.ft.n,ert W. II.Kogwdl, of Kcw
��� Kd. ; Zelaiul cliampiou by two lengths.
 ;'  I At the half-dii-tauce  I'ogwell led
Mr. T.   Hickie   anived   homeihv two lengths ou a long spurt
from a visit to Vivtotia on Tue-s-jTh-MvafU-i' 'he nice was  a   pro-
������s,i .'iiinn, tbe   Ku'.'U-hu-'u'.   never
' ' ��� :'!!v V)-'';'..rii*d t.n'',-yi,,vt lii'ii'-.-l*"
7.���100 yards dash, open,'entrance 50c; ist prizy S5.00;
; 2nd prize, #2.00.
8.--220 yards race, exclusively for   faimeis, entrance  fee
..50c;  1st prize, ��5.00; 2nd prize, *$>.60.
n��� One mile race, men,.'.en'rance 50c.; 1st prize  l^io.oo.
io.���Log rolling, entrance 50c.; ist prize S�� 00
11.���Pullin'g' .by. horse teams, no whips to be used, entrance *
lee 50c; 1st prize $7.50; 2nd prize $3 00.
������ri,-���Baseball ma ch, to si'art at 3 p.111, entrance fee $5 00
.''"��� per team; prize $30.00.���
13.���Trap shooting; entrance fee 50c; prize 85.00.
14.��� (I iris' skipping contest, open, 16 years aud under, no
entrance; ist prize $2.50; 2nd prize Si.00,
jij���C,irIs' skipping contest, 12 years and under, no en���
���tra::ce; ist prize ��1,50; 2nd prize 50c.
16��� Hoys' 100 jnrds rate, 16 years and under, entrance
lee, 25c; S3 00;.and prize #1.50.
17.���Hoys' 75 yards race, ia years and uudeivnoentraiico;
i.*t piize$i.*;6; 2nd prize 50c, ':,  ,
18.'-1-Girls' 100 yards race,, 16 years-and under, * no, entrance; ist prize 1^2,50; 2nd prize $1,00:    ���
tq._���Girls'; 75.yards race, 12 years and under, no entrance
fee; ist prize $1.50: 2nd piize 50c.
20,���Hack race, 75 yards, .boys 16 years aud under; cn-
" trance fee 25c.; -prize '$2 50,
ai.���Kgg andspoon race. 50 yards, 'hoy-v'12 years and
under, uo entrance; prize $1 00.
DAXCK at 8,30 p.m., good music  Admission $1.00
Kefreshiuents can be secured at moderate cost,
Police Rales lo Govern alt Everis.
for further information apply to li. Carter, Jr., Sec.
I   The, Royal Bank of Canada.
I DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CJUKUKNOY,   PAYABLE. ALL
i OVEU   THE    WORLD.
I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid loSAVINCS ACCOUNT? & iiitex-.t
I   ul hijl.est Oiirrviit Itii;��*s.nlii*W(d on I'i posiis of $1 -n*d upwanis.
I " CUMBEKLANF, B   0., Bmrich,.Open Daily
I UNION WHARF, B.C.,   Eub-Brach, Open'l'hurEdays
1 D. M- MORRISON, Manager.     ���
1 COUSTEKAY,    u   0,    Bianch,    Open Daily. . |
i W. HOFF, Manager^ j
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P.'Philupps Harrison
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
NOTARY   PUBL! CONVEYANCING
DUNSMUIR  AVENUE
CUMBERLAND,
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LUhol��SQle Dealer in WINES, UIQUOR & BEE^
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A QUESTION OK HUMANITY
During tlio touv- of llio Prime*-
iMiiilfUM' 11 dcpittiition rcpruHuiit-
injftliu workin^iiioii ol'���tlm country wiijiud upon him bearing two
Imnnci'rt witli tlu- following tic-
viini: "Ilnciprocity i�� ondorfixl
hv twontv tlioiifiiind labor union
mon ul! Oiiiiuda" imii "TI1011 Hlialt
The iej.*ul dispute over tiie .suk-j nut in.\ t'uo io������i prudunu .m 1111111-
of tbe Dunsmuir coal  mines   lo kind,"    In Tu-onto the ciiiididutun
Sir William  Mackenzie and liis*
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This is the first spriitfr in the history of Comox*
District that the local di-maud Tor cy��s has been
equal to the supply. KToihinsi' pa'\s belter than
poultvv, if tbey are right!;-- managed, liegiu
with the little'fellows imd'^ed them CHICK
FOOD, which is a mixture of bone uienl, wheat,
oats, corn aud oih.er grain, cut and blended in
the right proportion to nmkc tlicm thrive nnd
��� grow,    For sale by
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I A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.
DKALEU LN KLOUR AND KKlfiI.3.
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.siiw-;^ il-.Tiaatu^Jti'i'iuiMLv'
associatCH, (Canadian Collieries,
j.irl ) iv.in tY.)*i*t*r\ ibrrnvh the
various stages of preparation for
trial and is i-er. down for healing
before the Snpreinc Court to-day,
���Victoria Times.
Loudon, Sept.   11���-Over   the
I'lllijov rnurm' |r-d;iv Y'riU'S1 !t:ir-
a.iV
ijdii
for pi.rli.'iuoiit aro bolu^ nskod
tho question;   Aro you  in  favnr
.';!' !!!l'".V'") f"',")   ft?!'    ')'!'    .''���".'���''O'?
Anyoiu* who ciin't iiiifiwor this
question iu the iilTairmativi- will
not gi*t the workingnuMi's voti*,''
Nine-tentliH of tho wurkinginun
J know buys 11 lajmr lender in the
KaVs,, i,re iu favor uf rei'*ij;n;cily
lis��(!iiiiH' ir.   involve1* llio louinviil of!
ml Iiim's from fooil. Tlii** i* nut
11 party fight bv nny inoiuiR. ''It
j ��� nn i��*-"'iwnf )irniv)i,i' iind sS'i-pcp
polities; it i-i a qneatii n uf lnu
iiialiitV.''
SECOND-HAND AUTOS FOR SALE
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One 4-cylincler HUICK,
complete with top, glass
front, Speedometer,
electric side and tail
lamps, aud acetylene
head lights.
Vru
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$850
One car same as   above,
with head, side and tail
lamps, genera
ti-v. i'W    Price
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One a.cylinder Unick, 20 ���
2QhpM generator lamps
top wind-shield,'as-"'^
etc,, only.,.., .wi
One  Ford car.   3-sentcv
complete  and in good
order, wiih fine <j��/aa
lires, only.... JpOUU
One air-cooled Franklin,
.complete t with wind-
rhi'Ms'L b^nd, <-'idc 'ivi\
t.'iil bunjvi, g(Mieratort
etc. This' is a 4-cylin.
dcr 15 hp. cf.r, ^n^A
ouly.... ytuXy
O-v1 T'1n\*i>r (\ hrv o_.*)in<*��-
engcr ear, battery and
inagueto ignition, tires
111 fine order, car in
splendid shape,
only	
$400
THOS. PLIMLEY,
VICTORIA,  B.C
Office Ann STonr: 730 YATES ST..
GARAGE. 727 JOHNSON ST.,
'���If you get i�� at IMimley's it's am. nmiiT.
Wv V 8 ~Wj Do noFfiiHtif.
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