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CUMBERLAND   B.C.,   TUESDAY, FEB. 21,   1911  Subscription $1.00 a Year  THE BIG STORE  ��������� ��������� t  SPECIALS for P<v-Day>  Our Great Clearan ceSale  still in full  swing.  The values are the best   ever.  off.  if  I   tothe people of  this vicinity.  GOST PRICE on all shoes  yand rubber, clothing, ladies'  skirts, waists and coats.  This is a genuine Offer.   We do what we Say.  No Goods ou Approval. . No Goods Exc'iass^ed.  We Want Your  Grocery.  ,#  y  Order.  y*  #���������  Our Aim is to Give SATISFACTION.  if* ���������*������ af+ttamta+trnmitia^arfatai mt/^**m*ia\famat^akim^*>maamf*aai mtfty*  Simon Leiser & Go., Ltd.  nd.  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Cumberland.  FOR  ��������� ��������� Hi wm iiw������wi������itr.^iwuwuuFM������w<������>  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Furniture and Household  SUPPLIES  au  i,  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Wallpaper  Paints  Varnish  Oils- Etc.  TRY THE     :  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  THE CORNER STORE I  i  NOTICE.  \    The Corner Store will be holding  their Stock-taking Sale from the  ist of February.  REAL  GENUINE  BARGAINS.  In every department.  Agents for Pilsener Hrewing Company's BKER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  Place your Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake  -'.���������       Fruit Loaf NOW.  SECOND    STREE  and  -No, ������ mine made a record on  Monday tho 18th inst. Tlio ou'-  put oi! ooul for that day, being  1200 tons.  A. McClusky, a unioh organizer add roused a mooting iu Cumberland Hull, Sunday afternoon  to a fair stood audience. He will  return to Cumberland in two  week* for the purpose of organise-  ing a union hero,  FOUND���������On Jan. 8th,u dark  rod steer, about ono year old. No  inaike, Apply to H. tl,-Hurford,  Sandwick. If uanie is not claim-  ijd, it will,bo Bold to cover expenses*.  *****  Courtenay haa now two lumber  camps in operation, 200 mon Ito.  ing iu No I Camp and 100 mon  in Oi'rnp Nn % n third p-imp \xn.  ing now undo construction. At  the preBont time Courtonay has 8  Btoroft, % liotela and 8 blaukiuuith  filiopu, and O. II, Fochuor, proprietor of tlio Rivorsido Hotel ia  now coiiati noting a four Btoroy  fnuno Btructure, ono portion of  which it in reported will bu oecii.  pli'd hy tlie Canadian Hank of  Commerce.  CUMBERLAND SCHOOL  BTATJSMENT.  Rkcripts  Govornmont Oran t 54887,00  Grant for outdido pupiU   804,70  High School Fi<������B    8110.00  Grant for furnace,....,   000,00  City of Cumberland.,.. 2000.20  Now that tho new ������toanu������r  PrinntMM Mary hat arrived at Vic  tori*, it in to bo hoped tlie C, P.  li, Co. will shortly placo her on  thu Comox Nanninio run.  80271.50  TCxriwnrriTUK  Teachers Rulurliw ..... .,$0500.00  Janitor., ,.,,    480.00  Scavenger      rtO.OO  Now uehk������     ni.bu  Heating fnnince,",,..  . 1000.00  llopairB.   printing   aud  .  sundries    400.00  Total ., J0271.00  Cortillod correct,  J. T. E. 1*ALMKR  ���������       Auditor,  Mr. T. G, Montfjomery. ������������f Van  couver in the new clerk ������<t Camp  boll tiwa.  Cumberland is Booming.  City Hall Rent Jumped to  $75 per Month.  O   ���������     -'  Man.Curtis is Optimistic  At    a   meeting of the Cit^  Council Monday evening the rent  nf  the City  Hall  was raised to  #75.00 per. mouth which, Manager Curtis says, he is perfectly  willing to pay,   providing   the  building iuspecror does not condemn it,    lie also stated that if  the public continued patronizing  him ns they have in the past he  could afford to pay $150.00  per  mouth, a.s he is saving $65.00 per  month on power since the installation of his own power  plant.  He will also keep up the standard  he has set with regard  to films,  aud as a-poser he   will   show a  grand Uison feature which was  taken by the Bison Stock Co., of  Los Angeles,  Cal,     You   wiil  notice in this picture that there  is no snow in California,  where  genuine Bison pictures arc taken  Or. Wednesday aud /lMmraday  evenings the sensational Indian  I'onboy feature entitled.   "Bud's  Triumph,1' will be shown,  with  Mr Inslee and Miss Darkieathcr  in the title roles.    Indians aud  cowboys in a grand melee, hlood  stirring and thrilling, scenes of  action, the desperate conflict on  the tree trunk bridge across the  chasm will hold  the  breathless  attention of all.   The adventures  of an TCnsteni giy! hi. the  woolly  went,  in  which  t*hc   wins   the  hearts of the hardy cowpuuehors  and dazzles the Indian chief who  tries to win her by force,   'Bud'  rescues her from the redskins and  wins her hand. * Reckless and  desperate riding almost beyond  comprehension,   is    this   great  masterpiece of the Western pictures.  There will alsobeaTauhausci  drama with the Tanhauser 'Kid-  in the title role. It might also  be mentiisiied here that the Tan-  hauser Kid has taken the motion  jticture 'fans' by storm. The  hall is always warm and comfort  ..Wc, aud courteous treatment is  h������w*vk assured at this popular  pla*^c 0 amusement,  CUMBERLAND, ELOCUTION.  ISTS  There was a crowded Iioupo ni  the Methodif-t church last Friday  evening to hear tho young ladiei-  in their contest of elocution  foi  the silver mechil awarded annually  by tho W. C. T.   U.   Even the  portion of the audience who could  not get soate, did not weary while  listening to six of Ciiinhorland'p  brightost and  prottiost   The fair  candidates tor honors,  woro Miss  Chai'lotto  Jayiios,   MisB   Gladys  Ciiuliffo,  Miss Annio   Mitchell,  Miss Marion Peacey,   Missltnth  Haywood und'Miss Christina Ban  nt riiian,   Iiitorsporced with ping-  ing, notably a duet hy littlo Chris  tin* McKiimon and Pearl .11 un-  don.   Tho  coiHot-tiuits   rendered  thoir��������� BoloetioiiH, ouch ones absolute  word.perfect and with such a \v<*ll  HiiHtaiucd high ordor of elocution.  ary merit as gave 'evidence of both  exceptional natural aptitude  ami  very thorough  induing.    At the  close, the deelssluu of  tiie judges  awarded the uiodiil to M bb' Ruth  Haywood, wlio wiMVa led to the  front, and while the audience man  ifested itsnpproval in a hearty up-  piaiiHo, who wiih presented with 'he  medal by Mrs." MuKiiinon,    The  ladies of the W. C. T. U. iib well  as the t'l.icutioniKts* deserve much  credit for the work thnt was done,  Dunsmuir Avt.  Cumberland  I   J.N.McLE0D,  rarcAMEOA^TANX'  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L., Presidcnt  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, V$10,<m000  REST, - $7,000,000  THE SAVIN#S^A'NK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian. Bank bfCommerce will receive deposits of $1 ar.tl  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. Tlii hi is no  delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the dc.po.su. Smail  deposits are welcomed. 234  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more pemo-'s, 16 Ix*-  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A join)- ,-iccount  of this kind saves expense in establishing lhe owr.ersl.'ip'of (he n*s**n'*y  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to prmiiit kv  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of hi.- ���������Umlh.  ( UMBERLAND BRANOH W. T,  V/HITE, Manner  t������~**K*m*  The sumpT$fi0 wan clouird, vliif!.  will go toward -hospiial i'urni.-,]u  inR8.  Entertainment.  Cumberland llall was crowded  to tho doors last Satuiday night  to hear ������������������Managing..Mildred," a  comedy with music, in two act.**,  Tho play deals with the troubles  of. a'young.man and his college  eh 11 m in convincing the you 11^  lad ie-* iii whom they are interest-  od, that a stage career is1 not half'       ,       .   ,._ , ������.  ,.  ..  ���������    ������    ..        . niimber of whitn meivand Indiaup,  as exciting ax a vifjt to tho pastorL.     . .   .        ,        .      ..  .���������..H. .   '��������� .     I tho former being   charged   with  .supplying  liquor   to   tho  iiit'.*r.(  The declined wore tried  before In-  Conhtablo Stephen so is and Tl.  Davidson,' the Uf-wly appointed  constable at Courtenay, returned  from Campbell River on Monday,  whero Conbt-ihlo'Stephenson was,  was conducting  ensos  against   a  and a life of matrimony in a fdur 1  room flat, The various conipli*  cations arising from the deceptions tho young plotters ure forced  to employ, furr-ifihi'd ainiuusc-  men* of the right kind for tho en  tiro evening. The mage setting  was good, and tho iiiiibIc excellent,  Tho Ladies of tho Maccabacb  are. to bo congratulated on the  ftiiceoHB  of   tlio   entertainment,  jdlan Agont   Haljiduy,   of   Alert  , Hay.   They were allciuivieii'i) ���������,-.*,!  I lined, the tines aggregating'.ifSUD.  Ono white man was Hiibd fslilO or  four months io jail, and no* cmii.  ing up with the nt*,A .'-.i;'v, -vill ;,-,  obliged t<< tnlco the ������dtern"*'ve,  which \v*!l be spci������t in U,. .. :i-  mo iiiii.  Mb wjfa?  It is Worth  **W9t0 tmy-f^      1,4)  iour wuue  KWL&M.iWm_T!Ram&W "  ^j-ssnt*. lor lh- Campii' i.i.  *M ?���������**:. t'n,  it Moniri'ti!,  Mii(tc-������;������'ni������--*������tire Ctndnnj-.  Wu Ou-irfint a a HIT,  The next time you ure pass,  iug our store to come in and  see the new spring models of large r nge  HT-RiTHCU>i)llNG  We think they're hand-  somo euough 10 repay )ou  for a r.pecial visit,  We know thai once you've  worn them you. too, will  have prove I'm yourself tlmt  th������'re is no clo-iiing beMer  j mnde thnn KiT-Ririv.  We have jnr.t .-.'peiK-d up a  of Linoleums,  Cretonnes, ('iiri.mi.-,, and  Curtain Muslins.  Ladies' Hlouses, Aprons,  Under>kirts and Corset  Covers.  y  A nice  r.infr*'  nf   Cotton  ' bailies iu l'aislev ef>as  at 2bc. a yard  Gapipbell Bfo^  h. :f H  'aareaaawtsisawrcHf-sr:^  H  y 1  ff'T-   \  .IHU _&$.***&,���������)if* siw,.).^ _m~.l*JiAX, ���������lw.iaJfo.-^'-r -  ���������*^r*1  nisrf'.\sili.>si������.tsft<sWi,>WWs*is))si'  shS**if^^������Mri**Ma*t3fcs*>-|������UiW  ii mw hi iimut in ii **"ii*~-|-"-f*r f'-' *'" n  BttttgRtt&aatfitai:  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Sfe  Riverman  By STEWART  EDWARD   WHITE  C������p)rn������ht. 190*. by Ihe KcClure Com-  pssny    Copyri������hl, 1907. IVOtt. by  Slawsurl Edwtrd White  An <-xcliim.il Ion hrnbo from tno  group. Noino leaned forward nnd turnod over ths* throp on tlio hoard. Thoy  wore the eight of diamonds mid Wo  'tons of spades  "That's how the thing la worked,"  announced Newmnrk. "Ones? ln awlillo  you'll run against a straight game, but  not often."  "But you showed us tin** jack evory  time before you thro wed them!" puzzled ...lolinny Slmms.  "Sleight of iiand." explained Newmnrk. "the simplest kind of pnlrnln'g,"  The rest of bis party gravitated iu tus  direction.  "Do you think you could pl<-k <sin  the Jack when I throw these on* ilk*  this?" asked the dealer.  "Sure:   She's** that oue."  "\Vell."    exclaimed     the    gambler.'  "danged if .vou didn't!   I  bet you $."  you can't do it again."  ApnIn Urde was pcirmltted to picl-  up the jnck. ,,..  "You've got the best eye That's been  in this  place since  1  got  here,"  ex-  THE LQNELY ROSEBERY  BPJTISH   STATESMAN   HAS   P\JB-  LISHED A NEW BOOK.  CRAPE PAPER  FLOWERS.  (Continued.)  Chapter OT  NKnVMAHK   followed  the thirty-  three  days'   work   of  the  log  drive with groat Interest.  Gradually the men not used to him  and censed to treat hlui as an outsider.  The drive went down as far as Rod-  ding iu thirty-three days. The men  worked fourteen and sixteen hours at  times. Several bad jams relieved the  monotony. Problems of mechanics  arose to be solved on the spot. Ordo  solved them by a rough and ready rulo  of thumb. lie built structures whicli  would have furnished a winter's discussion to some committees, just as  the loggers had built through a rough  country hundreds of miles of road  better than railroad grade nnd smooth  as n turnpike, the quarter of which  would have occupied the average county board of supervisors for (ive years.  The drive was to be delivered at the  booms of Morrison nnd Daly above the  oity of Redding, a thriving place of  about 30.000 Inhabitants situated on a  long rapids forty miles from Lake  Michigan.  The lust camp was made six or eight  miles above the mill A good proportion of tlu* rivermen.' eager for Mis-  town, tramped down tlie road, to return early In the morning more or less  drunk.   One or two did not return.  Anions the revelers was the cook,  Charlie, commonly called "the doctor,"  aud he uioped about disconsolately.; In  the evening lie looked so much like a  chicken with the,pip that1 Orde's attention was attracted.  "Got that dark brown taste. Charlie?" i  ~ be-in qui red���������with-mock-solieitiide.-  ..,._��������� , ,        ,  i claimed   the dealer,   "Here,   hetinls.'  ���������Whered  yon  get on  to doing ^ nil    ^ ���������e t0 ,������������������ |mrlllPP<  ..yOM tn-him."  thnt. NewmnrkV" Inquired North. "\on |     Dennis obligingly took the cards and  .   .      .   , .  . ���������      .,���������...,, lost.  By this time the men. augmented  Newmnrk laughed briefly.   "Not V*    bv U)c |dh,rs, :���������,���������, dmwn t.,os,.,  aid   he.    -l   learned  n  lot of those       wiiet'lior It  was that  the gamblers  ain't a tin horn yourself?"  'Not 1,"  said   he.    "I  tricks  from n  traveling magician In  college." -".������������������,������������������   /  Orde had sat well in the background, watching Intently nil that wim  going on. After the exclamations following the exposure had subsided, lie  spoke,  "Boys." said he. "how game nre you.  to get Charlie's tnouey baW;���������nnd then  some?"  "Try us." returned big Tim.  "This game's nt McNeill's, and McNeill's Is a tough hole." warned Orde.  "Maybe everything will go peaceful,  and maybe not. And you boys Unit  go with me have got to keep sober.  There Isn't going to be nny row unless  I say so, and I'm not taking any contract to handle a lot of drunken river  hogs as well as go against a game."  The thirty men of the rear crew  signified their intention to stay by the  procession.  "You can't make those sharps disgorge." /counseled Newmnrk. "At the  first, look of trouble they -Fill light  out. They have it all fixed. ��������� Force  .won't.do you much good and may get  some of you shot."   "'.' .'  "I'm not going to use force," denied  Ordo. "I'm just going to play their  gnmo    Hut I bet I can make it go."  ROUT a dozen  of the crew lip-  Rotised the fnet tlinr Orde might he led  to nlnnc-p or whether they were using  him to draw the crowd into then* gauit-  It would be dlllicult to say. but twice  niore tbey permitts>d him to win.  Newmark plucked his sleeve.  "You're $L������o ahead," he muttered  "Quit It."  "What limit do you put on this gamo  nny way?" asked Orde. ���������  "How much do you wnnt to bet?"  "Would you stand fur .$500?" nsked  AWIn ���������'" ' ������������������������������������  The gambler pretended to deliberate,  his cool, shifty eyes runnlng0oyer tho  group before him. A small door, Immediately behind him swung (Jowly  ajar nn inch or so. ������     '  "Got the money T* he nsked.  "Efave you?" countered Orde.  The man nodded. "I'll go you, bob,"  *aid he. "Lay out your money."  Orde counted out nine' fifty-dollar  bills and (lye tens.  "All right," said the gambler, taking  up the cards.  "Hold on!" cried Orde. "Where's  yours?" .;],<���������.  "Oh, that's nil right," the gambler  reassured him. "I'm with the house.  McNeill's credit is good."        . ������/y  "I'm putting up my good money, and  1 expect to see good uiouey put up In  return," said Orde.     .  Finally the gamblers yielded and put  up the money.  The audience now consisted of the  dozen of Orde's friends, nearly twice  as many rivermen, eight hangers-on  of the joint, probably fighters and  "bouncers;" half a. dozen professional  gamblers and several waitresses. The  four barkeepers still held, their positions.   The  rivermen   were  scattered  '1 tell you' I only had two glasses of.  beer!" cried Charlie, goaded.    . V, .���������������������������������������������. '  "Then why this joyless demeanor?"  begged Orde.  Charlie grumbled fiercely inarticulate, but Johnny 'Clinlinn interposed  with n chuckle of enjoyment.  "He got 'bunked.'"  "Tell us!" cried Orde delightedly.  "It wns down nt McNeill's, place."  explained Johnny Challan. "They wns  n couplo of sports there who tin-owed  out three cards back up on the table  nnd  bet you couldn't pick  the jack.  A Penred'in the evening. to^:^\������\^e'ti&lth^.^f fl���������-  M with Orde. They set out up the! ������f,iends had g,atl,ere? at hKs sh������u'd"*  ���������* V long reach of Water street, their T^ f ���������r ies and gamblers Jiaddi,  steel calks biting deep into the pitted.^11"13 flanked the .table at either   ��������� ��������� ������*--���������'-sider���������-Newmarkt���������a���������growing*-wonder-  nnd disgust creeping into his usually  unexpressive face, recognizedthe strategic advantage of this arrangement.  .Cdttrd walks.  . For  nearly  a, mile  the  street,  was, ,     . .    . _,     _���������   ������������������  flanked solely by lumber yards, small   u������esI-���������ssive face, recognizedthe stra-  mills and factories. Then came n strip  of unimproved  land,  followed  imme-1  A   determined   push   would   separate  diately   by   the   wooden,   ramshackle! tlie rlye*Tn ,.POin, *' B?mbJf��������� '������DS  structures of Hell's Half Mile.  J   As yet the sen son was too early for  much joy along Hell's Half Mile. Orde's :  enough   for  the  latter   to  disappear  through the smnli door at the bnck.  A gasp of nnticipation went up as  little crew and the forty or'fiftv men   ���������oly       , IT,        T *. n^^  of the drive thuf had preceded bim j?*? ^J"? hlS greftt red ������St ������" ������"e  constituted the rank and 'file at tlmt i "j!';���������"  '   ... ���������, ���������      , , '  "That is the jack!" he cried.  "Oh.   is   it?"   sneered   the   denier.  moment In town.   A little later, when  all the drives ou the river should be In  nnd those of its tributaries and tho  men still lingering at the woods camps,   the other"twolf  at least tm woods weary men would;    A low oath broko from tne gnmblor.  be  turned   loose     Then   Hell's  Half   nml  w��������� fflC0 contm^ ,���������   *      sm  MHe would _nwnkcii Id enrnest to>n   Por n moraent the Bltuntlon wnalten8P  ���������������   hibernation.     1 he_   lights   would   and thr(Mlteillng.   Tno denlpi.  w|th ���������  ���������!Sr jss^j^, as. r:������i %������% ���������������%0 ���������?zrr,������  the cries of men nnd women, the shuf-! facCS of those bfiforo b,m"    ln  t,mt  fie of feet, the noise of fighting, the  shrieks of wild laughter, curses deep  and I'm ti k and unnshamed, songs broken and interrupted.   Crews of men,.      , ,-_���������,-._     .. ������ ^    .  ^  nrtns locked, would surge up and dotvn I "n(l0,\ coIor,of r,Rltl   " 0rdl\ hiu1  . "   .     i    . '"���������      tiiH-nn/l     urn     taw    n      _r_t%\r     fltA    rtntin     it it  "Well, turn it over and Jet's see.''  "No!" roared Orde.   "You turn over  moment  probably   ho   made  up   his  mind that an open scandal must be-  avoided.   Force   nud   broken   bones,  oven murder, might bo all right enough  llcltl up'the Jncli ut heart*.  They showed you where the JncU wuh  before   they   throwed, and  It  surely  looked like a picnic, but II wasn't."  "Three curd inoiiie." snld Newmnrk.  "How much?" asked Slmms,  "About .fW)." replied the boy,  Orde turned on the disgruntled cook,  "And you had fifty In your ttirltcy  camping with this outfit of hard cltl*  wnu!" ho cried.    "You ought to loso  it."  Johnny  Chnllnn   wns explaining tn  bin companions exactly how the gnmu  wn������ pl'iyed,  At tills point Newmark broko Into  till' dlHCIINNloll.  "11 lift? yon n pnek of curds?" ho tiHlc-  ed In Ills dry, Incisive iimniicr.  An old deck wns produced,  Newuinrk cleared a crnclter box nf  drying Mocks nnd drew It to him.  "TiisflHi** iiiroe nre tlie curds," he snld,  uponklng rapidly. "There Is the Jnck  of henrts. I pass my hn nils���������so, I'lol*  thp ii.*i'\:. oim* iif '"ns-," Im* (>ivsiiot'.'(.i|  "Any ot you," t������> urged.   "You. North"  Tho fnremnn leaned forward nnd I  rather liesltntlngl.v Inld n blunt fore* j  tingcr on otic of the ennls. It wns tlio i  ten of gpndes, "Let tne try," Inter-  powd Tlm Nolan. "I bet I cnn pick |  her" |  "Oli, yen. yen bet!" shrugged New* j  mnrk, "And that's where the card !  nhnrps get you tvilows every tltiiej" \  Ut* tk'ftly Dipped the curds, i  Nnlsiii, who Imd wntcli,>i| keenly, In-  d lent ed one without liesltntlon,   Agnln I  the nnrrovy sldewnlks, their little felt  hats'cocked one side, their headsbnek,  tholr fenrless eyes challenging tlio  devil nnd nil Ills workH~nnd getting  the challenge accepted. Girls would  tlit ncross the lit windows llko sluul-  ows before tlnmos or stand In the doorways hailing the men jovially by nnmo.  Tonight, however, tho street wns  comparatively quiet. The saloons woro  of modified Illumination. The barkeepers wero listlessly wiping the bars,  Tho "pretty waiter girls" gossiped  with ench other nnd ynwned behind  their hnnds,  In the middle of tho third block  Orde wheeled shnrp to the left down  n dark nnd dangerous looking nlley.  Another turn to the right brought hltn  Into a very narrow street where stood  n three story wooden structure Into  which let! n high arched eiitrnnno,  This was McNeill's,  A llgure de niched Itself from tlio  shadow. Ordo uttered an exelnimi-  tion.  ���������'You here, Newmnrk?" he cried.  "Yes," replied that young num. "I  wnnt to s*so this thningh."  "With those clothes?" marveled  Orde, "It's n wonder some oi tliwo  thugs haven't held you up long hko.  It's dangerous, tou'ro likely to nut  slugged."  "I cult Htimd It If you cnn," returned.  Newmark,  McNeills lower story wns given over  entiiely to ttrmftiiig. 'iim hiroiui ilnur  was it thentet uud the third n dunce  hall. ReneatU the building were mill  viler depths. From this bnxciuent the  rlverinnii and the shanty lioy genernily  V,iU'i,t.,<,-'i    ji>',,".>������>*.'.*���������.->   ������������������������������'.*    v**' *->M*'v  *su-  conseloiis to the street. Now, your  lunibet jucl, did not ciiHtouuirlly urrlvu  nt this singe wlliniut lively dolngH en  route; tl^ffore .McNeill's mniiitiilneil  u fori'e of fighters, They were burly.  sodden men, but strong In their experience nnd  lheir discipline,    Tn be  turned up for a Jack the card' -iin  whicli he npw hold his fist nnd theu  hnd attempted to provo cheating a cry  of jobbery nnd a lively fight'would  hnvo given opportunity for mnklng  way with tho stakes. But McNeill's  could not nfford to bo shown up before thirty Interested rivermen its running nn open and shut brnco gnmo.  "Thut Isn't tho way this game is  played," snld tho gambler. "Show up  your Jnck."  "It's tho wny I piny It," replied  Orde sternly. "Theso gontlemon henrd  tho bet" He renohed over nnd dexterously flipped over tho other two  cards. "You see, neither of theso Is  tho Jnck.  This must bo."  "You win," nssontcd tho gnmblor  nftor n pnusn,  Ordo, his fist still on the third,, enrri,  begnn pocketing the stakes with the  other   hand,   Tho   gnmblor   reached  across the table,  "Glvo tne the other card," snld he.  Orde picked It up, blushing.   For it  moment he seemed to hesitate, holding the bit of piisiebonrd tnntnllzlngly  outstretched, ns though he wns going  to turn nlso this one face up,   Then  quite deliberately ho handed tho enrd  to the gambler.  "All to the linr!" yelled Orde.  ,Ordo poured his drink on the floor  nnd  took the gin** belonging to the  I mnn next lilm,  I , ''iii-t   Hit-ill   to   give   vou   another.  1 Tlm," snld'he.   "No unr>cl;nnt rln.-w'J  {  I cnn help It.  I "Tlm." snld Orde. low voiced, "get  the crowd fiigeihs-r nnd we'll pull out.  I'vo.,n thousand dollars on tne, nntl  they'll nn ml bnir in'c vnro if | ,������r> ni<i������,r>  And let's get mil right nflf."  It proved to be ihe ten of spndes.  Hverybody  wns  nmbltlous. nml the1 s������r<*. ������hey might not Inst snilte ns Nir  young   mnn.   with   liicihiHistlbl**   pit-' ������������ ������he������r iiiitiignntstn coimi.  but  ihs-.v  tlencse. threw suit  the eimK tho cor- ! nlwnys   Insted    plenty   It.ng   euough,  iiertt f������f bis mouth twltelilng sardoiiic-  nlly ill each wrong guess    At leiiglli  he culled it halt. "Ry this time I'd ;  litive Imd all your niotis\v," lie pointed  mil. "Now I'll -ilcl; tl.������* ii\* U" lie,  mnde his swift p;i*wt* nud distributed  the t-tihfn. Then. s|iilte otlinly, without ;  dlniiirlsltig the three on the cracker1  bos. Im held up the Inck of hearts.  Snud tmgs nmt isrnss knucl*les lie||i)Hl  Konic a rut team work tlnlsheil the Jnls,    \  Oroe nnd his men entered the lower  fuill n������s tliougii ���������..iiiiitcrliig In tvliliiiiit  ijctlnlrc uiu*, 'Cli,. elver h>i*;*������ u-ntidi'n'd  rilssut with the retst. n wide, -good tin-  tured smile on i-iVf-we.  rress-ntly tie tstitnd hlniss'lf nt the  tnlsk* of the ttirst* curd  uioiito tiieti.  Irlih Wit.  "T never give nluis to n strnngcr,"  Hflil old Shyster to n p������sor Irishwoman.  ,"Simre. then, your ln-tior tvili uwuv  relieve nn nngel." wns the repiy,���������  Judgo,  Cond������rrsr*,������tl Unheard.  From n notice In n Osrni-h church:  "Tls* preacher for rit'xr SiiiiiIjij* ������||| (-������  fonts I hnnulnir In the rhun ri |K.rc*ti ou  Sntunlaw."���������Ijstidssis  Pium-h  Hh Book on Pitt Brings Brilliant  Englishman Bnck Into the Limelight���������Had a Career of Wonderful  Promise, .3ut His Breadth of View !  Interfered With His Personal Success���������His Position as a Litterateur.  On nil nutional occasions, as distinct from tho mere parochial crisis  of party politics, the responsible and  literate sections of the British people, turn iiifatinctively to Lord kosMs-  b'ery, whose new book on tho great  Lord Chatham wus published recently, writes Uutidnl Uhl\ritou in u'Lou-.  don review. Ho is our "unbiased- witness; tlie statesman who speaks only  for the State.' He stands high ubovo  the ordinary clouds of political eu*>-  picion, isolated above, the needs of expediency or emoluments, nnd with impossible thought to appease the hunger of personal ambition or 'an tt path  ies He hns achieved much. Ix en  much, and in is only reasonable to  suppose liiat tnoso t-iiriy u.iibitiona  tliat spring naturally, even inevitably,  from the fervor of youth and the  knowledge of capacity have long ere  this  been fully satisfied.  Some thirteen years . ago he bade  farewell to active participation in political'strife'-with'a memorable speech  delivered at Edinburgh. Since that  time he might well have enjoyed un  interrupted privacy and quietude, but  for that passionate love, of country  which has from time to time diawn  hini out into1 the vortex of controversy  ani public turmoil.        r  Lord Rosebery has never yet enter-  ea .uit'o controversy 'without jcaviu**'  some tangible and lasting impTLs-ion  of his individuality upon its final di?  position. And on such toccasion* he  has never failed, to solid ily in some  measure the fluid matter of public  thought.  One knows of'no.'Hie' that opened  ���������with more brilliant promise than did  Lord,Rosebery's, of no life that ex  panded 'so   rapidly   to   a  pro*-pect  ot  wide achievement and noble purpose  He made his first speech in the House  vOf Lords at the opening oi Pniliaiiuni  'iii 1871.   The occasion was considered  :memorable, as the Queen opened Fur  'liament in person.      Lord   Rosebery  * seconded the address in a speech that  woii' him many warm opinions. From  the very first he was recognized as a  young man marked down for unu.-uai  -distinction As-at_school,__where-_he_-  ��������� was. "the wisest boy that ever lived"  sand at Oxford, where he left so enviable a legacy of admiration and regard, his precocity during his early  political years was considered remarkable.  His reputation grew rapidly and solidly, assisted ns much, perhaps, by  ���������work executed outside the immediate  sphero of "political activity" aa by  purely I'a'rliuitieiitary iTiuurs/ His love  for Scotland, her traditions, nnd literature was early apparent, while hi?  interest in all matters p������rtaiuing to  questions' of (oreign policy became  gradually made evident. He was a  young man of unlimited interect?���������  perhups of rather dangerous versatility���������nnil the great, game' of states and  territories, with its shifting fortune;-,  and ever-changing conditions, must  hnve made an irresistible appeal to  his intellect and emotions.  'He begnn his Ministerial career  very humbly, taking oilice in Mr.  Gladstone's second Administration as  Under Secretary for State in the Home  Department. Two years later ho accepted tho Privy Seal,'afterwards migrating to the Ofllce of Works, Finally ho camo to anchorago at his up-  pointed harbor ns SecreUry of State  ior Foreign Affairs.  When he returned to the Foreign  Office in 1886, at a timo when Mr.  Gladstone's Ministry was suffering  from internal hnrnss and dtiinngiiii*  defections consequent upon tho Liberal lender's Irish policy, Lord Rosebery's accession was generally received with feelings of satisfaction. He  was ��������� recognized by all particu as a  Minister of strength and resolution,  ns ono who was intellectually capable  of resolving all the hcterbgoneoua (actors of Kuropean politics into just nnfl  proper perspective. Ills exceptional  breadth of outlook, enablin-. him, us  'it has,alwuys done, to understand vn-1  rious a*id antithetical polnti- of view.  and to entor into atmospheros and  conditions poculiar to this or that lo-  cnlity, uncial class or country, render-  'ed hltn particularly fitted for tho tasks  'of tlio Foreign Ollleo, although it may  !bo surmised thnt tsuch u versatility of  gytiipntluuH and 80 complex a powor  of observation, snoliig all things iu  evory relative light and chnngmi. stha-  dow, must have retarded rather thun  nssisted Ins personal advancement to  political Hupromacy, Tho 'knowledge  that the foreign affairs of tho nation  [wero entrusted to a patriot, who could  bo relied upon to meet uny emergency  thut might ariso with a pntriotium as  ifearless ub it would bo equitable and  njust, tended to promote a feeling of  security in the Kiigliind of 1880, Lord  Houebery's utewardship ol his difllcult  vlllwc ;������ .if'.Lr yenre demnrftrntml thnt  ���������i.vicn n tesiiinn wiih not misplaced.  Of his work in literature ono can  gny littlo hero. For purity and dis-  'Unction oj tstylc, I do not know where  you are to Ilnd IiIb superior in modem letters.   His studies of "Pitt" und  "V,;-,.,}������������������!.������������������'." hi vis nlriisidy  nn*^nil   into  'chissics.   I������ reading them we aro reminded that it tnkes u great mun to  upj-rniso u great man generously, to  .undur������tnnd  Mint, and  to compass a  large and   simplo' enthusiabm.    Hist  littlo book on "Lord llaii.lolph Chur-  .chill" remains 0110 of tho most vivid  land  intiinuit*   chnrueter   uksuehes  in  tho Intiguttgo.    Now we am to havo  i^JlmUium." of mtf.xil. ull wu t:.in *ay  jti (.resent is that the work is Ixjuji.I  to Iw <���������'*���������*' ������f l''������ tfrmxt ovotit*--if not  i Uie event-*of tha literary year  !:   Lord  Uoitebcry's ndmiiiisUnitivo la-  I bors   have    budu   ulwuys   soutewhut  !'ovcrsihndowcd by hit eminence as n  * inuMic ������|s**i������Uj.   Uc ta our oue great  ''divtitB  orutor.    In   this   matter   he  >tBrid* m> siujitentety ������lf'ne that many  , nt u* hnvA thrown to think ot him only  1 a_* it uintcr of wonderful speeches.  The Seasonable Chrysanthemum an  l Easily Made Blossom.  With tnste nud care crape paper  mnkes up Into all manner of pretty  things, from flowers to table centers,  and especially for Thanksgiving decorations Is this flower desirable.  The mnteriuis required for chrysanthemums ore a portion of a roll of  pnper in a delicate shade of pale yellow or pink of the crinkled variety.  Some stout or medium plain wire, a  smnli glass headed Hatpin, a few  strips of dull green tissue- paper (or  tho stems und a little foliage.  A word or two on tho subject of  leaves,   it ls always better to use inll-  PIONEER LEGISLATORS  ONTARIO'S   EARLY   LAW-MAKER*  HAD NO EASY TASK.  CHRVSA.NTHEMCMS OF CUAPE PAPKK.  Iinery foliage or leave out foliage altogether.  The crinkled paper must be cut in  two strips, one. longer_and narrower  than the other. The smaller strip  should measure 12 by 4 inches, and  the second nnd outside strip should  by eighteen Inches long by seven Inches broad. Fold the strips lengthwise  nnd cut down wklthwlse Into narrow  strips running tho way of the grain.  These strips must have their tips sloped, ns they arc to represent the petals.  Next lay the narrow strip on the knee  or on a cloth, cushlon''and hold firmly  Detroit Was Represented In the First-  Upper Canada Parliament ��������� First  i , ,  i Bye-Election Was Because Quaker  j Refused Oath of Office ��������� Marriage-  1 Relation and Negro Slavery Were-  j trie Big, Problems.  It waa nt Kingston that John Graves*  Bimcoe, the first Lieutenant-Governor  of Upper Canada., in the early part.  of the summer of 179*2 orgmiiiced 'the-  !first Government of that provincsv.  ;From his temporary offices in u small,  'low dwelling-house, on Queen street,  .Toronto,1-and wviich is still standing,.  Simcoe appointed his legislative coun-  cillorg and --.elected the members of  his Executive Council or Cabinet,,  divided the province into electoral  districts, which wore to return the  members of the House of Assembly,  and issued the proclamation culling:  the elections.  The proclamation wns printed .,in������  Montrenl by Floury Mcsplet, who was-  the first printer in this pnrt of Canada, having been brought to Motil-  real from Philadelphia in 1776 by  Benjamin Franklin, when he came-  with the two -other commissionera-  from Congress to win the Canudians-  to the side of the Revolution.  Havini"* failed in their mission the-  commissioners returned home, but  their printer, Fleury Mesolet, remained, and sixteen yenrs .\ater he is  found printing royal proclamations for  Simcoe, calling upon the pioneer yeomen of Upper Canada to choose their  representatives in Uie first Legislative ' Assembly of that province.  In due time the elections wen** held,,  when sixteen members were returned  ���������the full number provided by the*  Constitutional Act. It is a fact worthy*  of note that a man na:*ed Francis-  Baby was returned to this first Parliament as the representative of the  Detroit district, "tliat port nnd settlement having not then passed from  under British control." One .member-  elect was not seatedr-Philip Dorland  of-=Prince Edward and Adolphustown,  who, beihg a Quaker, refus������3d to take-  the oath of oilice.  A new election���������the-first bye-election in Canada���������was held, at (.which  Pete.r Van Alstine was returned.  On Sept. 17, 7192, this first Legislature of Upper Canada'assembled "at*  Newark���������the Niagara of to-day���������in  the Freemasons' Hall. At noon, Sim-  ooe,-accompanied-by-a guard-of honorr--  cansM down to the Hall, attended by'  as m'uch pomp as the frontier capital  eould supply, and read the speech-  Irom the fact alone that it was "the-  first utterance of a British governor  ���������assembled under a free constitution."  These early U--'-<*r Canadian legislators did not dally over their work,,  ior the lirst session lnsted barely a..  month, the Houses bqing prorogued  on October 15, Eight acts were passed,  and.-'assented lo-by Simcoe in the-  King's name.   They established trial  with  the left hand.    Take the glass  headed hatpin In-the right Imnd and. I, ���������������y jury, fixed the toll for milling at  placing the hend on the tip of the one-twelfth, substituted British law  pnper petnl.draw the pin hend slowly ! for the ancient laws of Canada, and'.  toward the bnse of the strip. The  paper is more or less stroked into  turning over like the petals of the  real flower. The /'second nnd n wider  strip is served In tho same way and is  then laid on.one side. Take up the  first piece of pnper nnd wind It tightly  round n smnli piece of wire, the tip  of which has beeii bent to form a hook,  so that nil the'petals''fall inward over  one anothor.-Wire this strip first before ndding the other. Trent the sec*  ond ..strip of .-petals in the snmo way  nnd wire Into posltiou. leaving a  double piece of the stout wire to form  the stem. This is covered by winding  tx rinrrow strip of moss green- tissue  pnper down the length nnd adding a  few chrysanthemum lenvos down the  stem,  made provision for a court-house in  each of; the four judicial districts into-  which the province was'divided.'  With respect to ono matter a clash  occurred between the two branches.or  the* Legislature, tlio eatise, ns might  be expected, being that every prolifltr  source of trouble for governments and  parlinnients--taxntion. The Assembly  pnsscd n measure to tax wines and  spirits, but it wus thrown out by the-  Council.      , B  On tho other hnnd, tho Assembly"  viewed with disfavor a proposal to*  tnx lnnd.  The second session, which wns held  iti tho Barracks or Nnvy Hall, a long,.  low wooden building which is still  .standing,' was devoted to severnl very  important and pressing matters, nud  the manner in which they were dealt,  :with !b proof of tho industry', breadth  of view, and high sense of public duty  possessed by these .early legislators.  Tho most serious question of the-  dny to the settlors was thnt of the marriage, relation. During tho early year*  of the settlements thoro hnd been no*  ministers of religion  in the country-  Beauty In the Kitchen,  Considering how. ensy It Is to look  pretty when engaged In household lu-  bors, It Is Btrnnge that bo fow women  attain this result, A properly cut prlu*  cess npron In a becoming color Is not ' west of Montrenl, nnd the mnrriage  only ns pretty n.garment nH nny worn-1 ceremony hud been performed by mill-  nn could wish for. but Ic throws n. won-; t,u7 ,ollcftr.8 '. command of posts,.  derful halo of domo.Ucily and * ml- ] ���������������������, .^J W��������� $$������*&.  nlnity about her. Yot women will site- ���������nmttor hnJ Cwm, drawn up by tho  rlflco Its possibilities for the kimono, i non, Richard Cnrtwright, jr., n mem-  which, wllllo a pretty littlo nllfnlr In'; bor of tho Legislative Council, and  Its plnco, ennnot rotnln nny prottlnoss ,\ tho grandfutlior of Sir Uicliard Cart-  at nil nfter bolng worn nwhllo In tho  kitchen,  A dusting cup,,too, mny ho n thing  of beautyt snys tlio Montreal Herald.  Caps thnt recall Dutch pIcttiroH may  wright of to-day.  Tlio report found "thnt the marriages of'tho generality of tho inhabitant* of Upper.Cunnda are not valid  in Inw." By an act pushed during  tho  second  session  theso marriages,  bo bought, and worn with n pretty < contracted irregularly and, without n  minister of religion, bocause none wa*  available, were mado legally binding,  The act also provided that for .the fu-  should 'consist Jn"Bhon"Vlrt''*nnd   \��������������� tl'������ ceremony could be porformotJ  npron they glvo a subtle charm to tho  plainest woman,  Tlio rest of Uio working coslnmo  slrlrtwnlsr, Tho latter can bo low In  tho neck nnd short In thp sleeves, nnd  worn with n'fnsclnnflng Dutch collnr  may bo ns becoming as any ball gown,  Gift For ffiti Brld***.  by n justice of th'o peace, if the'contracting parties woro eighteen mils.*  from u elurgyman,  At thit) session was also Inid tho  foundation' of municipal-government'.  To'viirhijs council!' v.*ere crt;ak'i,!, ajij  although'hut smnli powers.' were givi'n,  A dainty gift for n bride is one-or n }������ >���������>.������������>,* their meetings "formed tho--  set of handkerchiefs with nn edging. ft,nXtC!m^  of crochH.   With ordinary spool cot- ^/^^^f 0 tSSnS  ton. No, no. and n very fine needle, ero- t-,fi d(,Hlruct*on <)f wolvCh nml b   ������  chel n pattern for n sotinre of u trltlo  ono  tvrn^idlxi' for tho so'ilotf  over two Inches.    Ench fi.*uiirc must ruiulH, and one to iirevorit the intra.,  ho mnde separately.   Flro squares on duction of nogro slavoB,              '   .  ench  side nre used  for .the border,,,.   A. number of those slaves wero nl-  They nre joined togothor with nn over ready in tho province, most of thorn*  . nntl over stitch with it Hewing ncedlo. hnving boon brought in by tho Iti-  I nn.l the squares nro then whipped on ">������������������. *���������}?> ��������������������������� ,tho.i^r������ d\'Vto \m.r'  >  tn n smnli fine hemsfltchcl Ilnnn hand- ������������������ .[*"���������*'? < ���������������*���������������������*,������"������, Wnr of tho*  I  i-ns-/.i,i,.r    tiniuiis-erfliinrsi thim bnrdor. H������vuhitK������n, had captured them Irom  kerchief,   llanlkerchlefs thus Inner. flirmm tn0r0i   From tho Imliuns they  I   ed  tiro not only pretty, but dnnible, ]w[ 1>m,  ,uir(.lllli;wi  ilt milllII      .J  ��������� and they launder well, ultliotigli their valuo to the Cnnndifti.  i ^___���������mm������������������ pioneers was vory considernhlo, ow-  }   ���������           Fanov Straw Biik������ti, ing to the arduotih condition of labor  Fancy straw bn������kots which so mnny in the new country nnd tho general  ! of ns flceumiilnto cnn be put to tx ������rn- nc'trcity of laborers.  ��������� clous use by lining with fresh fruit nnd , .To !������������������������ ������verlasti������������������������ ������������������"������f. .S������������������p*������<* ���������������*  ,  _,    ,.     ,.'          , ���������������������������. M .m ��������� ..if.-,* U11*> (ucc like a (Itnt ugaui.'t ativccy,  ftendlng It to an nvalid or fo n frend ,n (,uo M|ne tho       ^ operntion Jc  starting upon n JourWy, Tht nrtlstfc thu luw w*JKl,, Irom Upij0r Cwmd���������  | effect Is enhanced by adding soma of tho stain of slavorjr,  1 the follnge.  t^t/nuf/tamm ���������S**'  3  6  :  THE   NEWS,   fiUMBEBLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  **���������       ' (������������������   <  *   ' "*���������   * -        ���������*   ''    ^ X   * ' *     *   ���������*!  FAILED  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Cured Her.  Toronto, Canada.���������"I shall endeavor  to describe to you how I felt before I  began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I scarcely "knew  what it was to be well. 1 had awful  bcaring-downpains  and usually before  mymonthlypeiiods  ll suffered terribly  and had to go to  bed. I was not able  td walk across the  I floor the pain was  so bad. I doctored  I for a long time, but  the doctor'8 treatment did not dome  any good. I gave up  all liopes of ever  1 being well again  until one day my husband saw the Compound advertised in the paper. U������,  decided to get me a bottle, and I ar,  thankful ho did. I had not taken outs  bottle before I begnn to feel belutr,  and I kept on taking it until now J am  a different woman. It also helped me  during maternity and childbirth., 1  can thoroughly; recommend your Vegr-  etable Compound to any woman who'  is afflicted with female troubles:"���������  Mrs. J. M.Tweedale, 138 Nassau St,"  Toronto, Canada.  The success of Lydia E. Pinkham'.**  Vegetable Compound, made from roots  andherbB, is unparalleled.; It may be  used with perfect confidence by women  who suffer from displacements, inflam*-  mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, ir-  regularities, periodic pains, backache,*  bearing-down feeling/flatulency, indigestion, dizziness, or nervous prostration.  "It Wears"  These two words express  the reason why so many  people prefer tha  W ROGERS BROS!'  brand of silver plait.  This  , trade mark Is a positive assurance of. fne   heaviest  grade of plate.  ^Biitit.iatsr.isliti,-walttri-,���������-  tic, are stamped  The Good Old Days  We are not nearly so easily nmused  now as'we were once.���������Mr, Herbert  Farmer.  How vainly wo deplore  ���������Tlie dayS that,are no mare; . .  To us; alas, a' moody shows. ..  Becomes the Punch and Judy show,'.  The lady stout  And giant tout  Has ench become*a bore.  Np laughing public mocks  .."'���������^ho debtor'in the stocky  . ���������- ...  The* gibbet, oivUhe hill; or he    x?      i  Who.^tanda.within .the pillory  ' Might hardly guile   -���������  A" passing smile;     '���������',    .,   ,.  Or b'on the baited ox,..     , '���������4 *'' r,,t  The babes our knees who climb  ���������Endure the .pantomime,  And smile a, trifle bitterly      .  At organists from Italy;  Tlieir elders used  To be amused  With this most doubtful rhyme.  ���������London Chronicle.  Imperial; Mother,  Imperial Mother, from-.whose breasts  We drank as.babes the pride .whore-  by        *'���������-���������,::-   .' !\  We question ev'n thine own behests,  And judge; thee with no unflinching  eye-  Oft slow to hear when thou dost call,  Oft vext with a divided will,  When once a rival seeks thy fall,  We are thy sons and daughters still.  The love  that'. halts, V the .faith .that  ���������' " ��������� veers,    t ���������> ...      ������������������> ���������    ���������  J-re then deep .sunk as in the Sea;  The Sea where" thou must, brook no  .-..'.. . .peers,      . '*   ,, *.*     *    ,'.  And--halve with,',, none * thy'   sover-  .,,,.   .e'ignty.     \_\y",**'    , ' ' ,  ''.*! -^William Watsonvin London Times  l*T*ff  MERIDEN BRIT* CO.  SOLD BT LKAUINO UBAI.EBB  "Silver Plate thai Wean"  QUACKS ON INCREASE.  Important News  FUR   DEALERS  and TRAPPERS  QEND PURS and SKINS direct to  w MEN who   KNOW   their value.  We save you money,,  becauso   wo  KNOW tho Fur Market,   and   pay  highest   priced   on   liberal   assort-  nionts.   Price list especially arransod  for your torritory.  It is YOUTtS for  tho unking-,  Convince YOU11SELF by  making ub a trial shipment.  1 Wo pay all express-ago, charge no  commissions, and romit promptly  LEOPOLD     QA38NER     FUR     OO,  34 East 12th St., New York Oity  Capitalised at $260,000.(10  .i,      ' - The   I1*01*  Applicant for' situation���������"I've como  about that job wot wus advortisod,"  Employer���������"Well,, oan you do the  work?" , ������������������'.,'  Applicant "(in groat alnrm)-;Work!  I thought it was a foreman you  wanted."  As a vermifuge thoro is no preparation that equals Mothor Graves'  Worm Exterminator.' It has saved  the lives of countless children.  Fun takes money to got and modi-  cino to got over.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures   Colds, etc.  Exousos can't ho convincing unless  they nro your own.  Patience  The weather prophet is a man  Who moves us oft to chide  And yet he does the best he can  The future to^decide.  | Apart from all '-the w,orld he dwells  , His studies to pursue,  And be it*known," what'er he tells  Will, ultimately come true.  When' he sa.ys "fair!' it may be' found,  That skies are clouded quite"  If he says "snow" the world around  With sunshine may be bright.  But whatsoever be the text  That makes us gay or glum,  Though it be not this week or next,  That weather's bound to come.  ������������������''���������''     *''.    - ��������� *.-rAVashington Star.  The rice production of Japan exceeds in quantity 260,000,000 bushels,  ay ear; tea_nearly_ 60,000,000 a year,  "and" s:lk" more "than" 25.000.000" pounds"  a year.  .   HOW'S THIS?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can-  hot be cured ,by 'Hall's Catarrh Cure.  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.'  We, the undersigned, have known  F. J. Cheney for "the last fifteen years  and believe htm perfectly honorable  in all business transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligations made by his firm.  Wi*lding, Kinnan & Marvin,  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken*'internally, acting directly upon the blood  and mucous surfaces ,of the system.  Testimonials sent freo. Price 75c. per  hottlo,    Sold by all Druggists'.  Toko Hall's Family Pills for Constipation. .......".'      .''���������',  "Do man dat keeps talkin' 'bout  hisself," said Uncle Ebon, "sometimes.makes,, you lobl dat a hoap of  research has..been'���������'Wasted on, a some-  what, unimportant subject."  Cloari  Stomach,  Clear.    Mind.���������Tho  stomach is tho ..workshop of tho vital  functions and whon it gets out of or-  dei* tho whoft system clogs in sympathy. Tho spirits (lag, tho mind  droops nnd WQrk .becomes .impossible.  Tho first'core should ho to restore  healthful',action of. tho stomach and  the host, preparation for Uutt purpose  is Parmoloo's Vegetable-Pills.'General  use for years hits-won them a lending  plaoo in medicino, A trial will attest  thoir value. ��������� ,  Snploigh--Qtio<?r fellahs, thoso poets,  There's one, for instance, who speaks  of an 'itching void,' Now, how can  thoro he an aching voirlp  MisH Ulunt���������Have yon novor had a  headncho, Mr. SaploighP  The Riyo Lamp Is ablfch ffradu limp, told at a low price.  airesvt Isvatii tk������* toa. ranta, liut th������r������.li ��������������� hsstter lam-** t-isvt*- at, **���������  as), Conitruotsjil of ���������olid brtu| ntrftat pUtsHl-ijMlW k������rt n'etui; *���������  ������sTUs.m������nt in *nr ��������������������������� la ������i������r hooit, Thar* Is notlitnsr msiwii to tlitvi*.ri  ol |svmp-m**,*rln| that ran add tn tli* **a,n������ of the RAYO Urn**) m a ll������)it-  sjtivlnR t\*t\ti*. Uv������r������ derUsir ssY������r**w"i������ir������, If not kt join, write furd*  loriptlve olroniar to the nsws-iit ananra of  Tba Imperial Oil Company. Limited.  ���������.-j-  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  We ara   everywhere with the   itandnrd good*,  Paper and Matches are our specialties-*.   Let us  know your wsnti���������we'll do the rest.  The E.B. Eddy Co. Ltd  HULL, CANADA  TIES It PERI8E, LIMITED, Agenti. Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton,  Regina, Fart William and Port Arthur.  Herbalists and "Bonesetters Are Overrunning British Isles. .  Astonishing statements concerning  the multitude ol unqualified; medical  practitioners in Britain* * add. their  treatment of patients are contained  in a b&uebook issued recently embodying tho result of. enquiries made by  the Lsoeal Government Board at the  request of tho Lord President of the  Council. Information has been obtained from 1,600 v, medical ' olil'oers . of  health in various parts of the "Qnited  Kingdom.      ���������-' ��������� ���������     .,* .';* ,  CM'the towns reported on, unqualified practice is increasing in' eighty-  two, in sovonty-five it exists to some  axtont, in fifty-seven there is littlo,  while .in only thirty towns is it stated  that unqualified practice does not exist. Smallpox treated as a simple skin  disease by a herbalist^diphtheria  diagnosed as mumps and patients not  ���������Bolatod, scarlet fever spread through  being diagnosed as "rose rash," and  measles treated-, ub consumption are  some of the cases described in tho  report. ���������  " Prescribing by chemists is stated to  bo "so .common*as to be practically  universal throughout the country.  While in the main they oonfitje their  attention to the so-called minor ailments, and advise patients to consult  a doctor in the more difllcult cases,  the evidence shows that a largo  amount of prescribing in what eventually proves to be disease of a graver  character also takes place. The treatment ���������of infants' diseases by chemists is regarded as haying some bearing on infant mortality".       ������������������.''--  Herbalists are severely\criticized.  "Herbalists may be concerned in the  spread of epidemics of infectious**' diseases. During a smallpox.'epidemic au  ointment was extensively sold 'which,  it was asserted, would'cure smallpox.  The vendor was prosecuted for spreading the disease by this means. Wrong  diagnosis and consequent mistaken  treatment are also responsible 'for  spreading infectious disease. In one  case smallpox was spread througn  treatment as, chickenpox.  . ��������� "Cough mixtures arevprescribed',by  herbalists indiscriminately for respiratory diseases, which may really bo  -tuberculosis, or chronic phthisis, and  the delay entailed by 'such treatment  seriously diminishes the cl>aj_nces" ol  cure." ,  Attention is called to the "irretrievable harm" done by bonesetters. "The  mon who uct as bonesetters are drawn  largely from the working-class population," such as carriers, railway porters and the like, and in many cases  they are illiterate' and*-uneducated.  Some have learned what knowledge  they possess from ambulance associa-  _t_ons._ Those _bqnesetters who Ji������d_cr-_  take~rhitTdr~surgi"car"cases"ohiy~d"o a"  relatively small amount of harm,  though instances of disastrous results  are reported'. But the greater number  of "bonesetters undertake more complicated cases. ' Dislocations are treated  withouf-'being' reduced," and p'eru.a.i-  ent disablement sometime^;results."  Several instances of actual harm  caused by taking patent medicines an*  mentioned. One medical officer reports that on three"'separate occasions  during the last year he has tieat.'d  cuses of supposed scurlet fever in  which tho rash and symptoms wen*  found to be clue to the action of certain kidney pills.  j ISI  "Father of,the House of Lords."  A unique record is held ��������� by Earl  Nelson, who was eighty-eight recently. He' is not,only the. "Father oi  the House of Lords," but he also en  joys tho unique distinction bf .being  the only living peer who was a member of that assembly throughout the  wholo of the Victorian era. Ho was  born,in tho reign of the thirdvGeorge.  i,o that ho has lived under "six sovereigns ,and for upwards of seventy  years ho has drawn a pension at the  rato of $600^)01* week, granted by the  ,sti.to in perpetuity to the descendants  of tho victor of Trafalgar,  Lord Nelson, indeed, came into tho  earldom'so long ago that he has beon  sometimes confused with tho hero of  Trafalgar; A poor old woman was  onco taken to church to seo tho preh-  ent Lord Nelson, ahd tho friond who  whs with hor was **ibout to describe  his lordship's appearance.beforehand,  whon tho old lady exclaimed, "Oh,  you noedn't loll mo what ho is liko.  [ shall know him directly I sot oyes,  on him." When asked how she could  rocogniw* tho earl, tho dame respond,  ud, "Why, by his ono eye and ono  arm, ol course."  Head of the Clan Fraser.  A keen' sportsman and soldier, Lord  Lovat, head of ^ho Clan Fraser--  whoso ongiigomont to*the Hon, Laura,'-  Lister, tho second daughtor of Lord  Kibblohdalo, has aroused so much Interest���������will go down to history as tho  oomiriandor of Lovnt's. Scouts, who  did such,. excellent work'during thn  South African campaign, A story goes  that his lordship onco rocoivod tiiis  telegram from a subordinate, who was  injured in a railway aceidont while  on furlough: "Will not report to-day,  as oxpoeted, on account of unavoidable circumstances." The tone of the  message was not satisfactory to tho  ofllcor, and ho wired at onco in roply:  "Hopbrt as ordered, or give reasons."  Within an hour thn followinp messare  camo back '6vbr tho wiros from a hospital; "Train *jU���������ain't ride; ieg off���������  uuh'i walk, Will not rojiort unless you  insist."* Lord Lovat is 'credited' with  making tho shortest spooch on record  in tho House bf Lordh. It consistiM!  of exactly sixteen words.  i A Sympathetic Burglar.  A thoughtful burglar.who broko into  tho houso of Joseph 'Drown, Stroiit-  harn Highroad, rocontly, has oarni'd  tho gratitude of Mr, and Mrs. Drown  by returning through tho post two  highly priml miniaturi-H, whom* intrinsic value to the thiol was incoii-  '.'idcrabU;'.  The thief took ������C0 or $70 worth of  portable valuables, including u gold  miniature locket containing tho \rat-  .raits of Mr. Brown's two littlo boys.,  Tho pareatH wero particularly sorry to  loso tho locKOt because the older of  the boya.dicd a short time ago and  tho minihture could uot be xoplacod.-  Luudon Daily MaiL  ISO'S  __   _   '8    ITHSS    NASVUS  ���������-   ������E..I������H.!LB'=ST    MCDICINSX  for COUCMS    O  COUPS  -V'A Candid Critic  Miss Gush-well���������1 liko the grand  opera in Italian so much hotter than  in Knjrlish!   Don't you?  Musical Critic���������Oh, yes, unless you  understand    Italian    or    follow   the  trniisliitiop in the lil'Mie closely, you  don't need to find out what awful rot'  it is."���������Chicago Tribune.  THE POSTMASTER  J0INS_THE ARMY  WHO  ARE    SHOUTING    PRAISES  OF DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  IN THE WEST.  A Neighbor Advised him to Take  Them for his Rheumatism and  Gravel.   They Cured Him.  West Gravelburg, Sask., (Special).  ���������Alexander McCarter, the postmaster  here, hns joined the great western  army that has for its watchword,  "Whon ailing, use Dodd's Kidney  Pills." And like all others he hos  good and sufficient reasons.  "I was laid .up with Rheumatism  nnd Gravel," Mr. McCarter states,  "and was also troubled with my .bladder, I was so bad I could not do  much work. A neighbor came along  who had been troubled the same way,  and advised mo to try Dodd's Kidney  Pills. I did it. I bought two boxes,  and, using them according to directions, was soon able to go to work."  Notice one thing: It was a neighbor  who had been troubled tho same way  who advised the postmaster to use  Dodd's Kidney Pills. He also*' had  boon cured by them. That's why'he  recommended them.  If you're troubled with Kidney .Disease in any form���������Backache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Gravel,. Dropsy,  Diabetes or Bright's Disease-r-ask  your neighbors. You'll soon fineone  who has been cured by Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  A ruffled temper doesn't improve a  plain woman's looks.  TAKE NOTICE.  Wo publish simple, straight" testimonials, not press agents' interviews,  from well known people.  From"nll���������ovor~*America~thoy"te'stify  to the merits of MINARD'S-'LINIMENT, the best of Household Remedies.  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., LTD.  About 175,000 persons are employed  in tho postal service of the United  Kingdom.  The Pill that Leads Them All���������Pills  are the most, portable and compact  of all medicines, and when easy to  tako aro the most acceptable of preparations. But thoy must attest' their  powor to bo popular, As Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are the most popular  of all pills they must fully meet all  requirements. Accur;t*ly compounded and composed of ingredients proven to be effective in regulating tho  digestive organs, there is no-surer  medicine' to bo had everywhere.  ''L suppose' tho father gavo the  bride away?"  "Not exactly. Ho gave a million  nwny and throw her in."���������Philadelphia Ledger.  Mlnard's  Liniment Cures  Gargot  In  Cows  .','Woll, who do you think you nro?"  'aslcod David, unafraid,  "I am the mnn higher up," gruffly  answered Goliath, looking contemptuously dow.n upon him.  But David got him.���������Chicago Tribune1. '." ���������  Diseases of  the Skin  Ofton nppenr with sudden" chnngos of  temperature, .Eczema arid Salt  jRhoum are curod by  Dll. CHASE'S QINTMENT  Cold, dump wooth'or brings out  oor.ema nnd salt rheum. Many who  are subject to thesn ailments do ���������no't  suffer except during tho changeable  weather of fall and spring.  Tho annoying itching and the disfiguring blotches on tlio skin mnko  this troubio almost unhoarahlo to  thoso who aro not familiar with Iho  soothing, healing influence of Dr,  Gliase's Olntmont.  Holiof comes almost as soon as this  ointment is applied, Gradually the  irritation disappears, the .sores aro  honied up and tho skin is'left soft,  smooth und umurali,- ���������  Then* i;' always il-i-igor r>J cr?.(*mn  nnrtioding nnd becoming ehi;onio, For  this reason the uho of the .ointment  Hhould be regular and persistent until  thu euro is thorough ami eotuploto.  MrA', John J. Delory. Llnwo id, An-  ik'^sjuinlk   cajuu'.;, ,   X,   K.,    ..������].*..���������>.    "1  want to say that Dr. Chase's Ointment  has proven a great blessing to tne.   I  hnd  stilt rhoum on one hand,  and  could not got it healed tip.   The itching   was   burnt   distressing   nt  titiioH,  Two boxes of Dr, Chaso's Ointment  ihits ourod me noinpleti'ly, anil I i*!nd-  Ily rocoiunu-nd it to every sufferer."  !   Tn every homo there \n a demand  i f'sr Dr. Chafe's Uijitmi'tit.    it is l>nr-  .ticulurly useful where thsrs* nn* chil-  ���������dren.   Chafing and skin itr'tntirsn nn*  ���������roliovod  nt ones*.    Oh*diuati* wounds  tare readily healed,   Hahy t'lZ-nia and  'nil forms of poisoned or irritnt<*<l skin  Jure soon cured by this soothing, heal-  ing oitiluieiit,   Wi cent* is h������x, nt tdl  dealers, or Edmonson, liut-"*** und Co,,  Toronto.  BANK OF ENGLAND NOTES.  # " '  Qtnlitiee Which Prevent Their Being  Counterfeited Successfully,  About tho year 1819 a great outcry  was raised against the Bank of. England for not adopting a stylo of noto  that could, not be imitated nnd at tho  same time preventing the sacrifice oi  lifo which at that period was common,  the jiunishment for forgery being  death. Tlio subjdet at last became so  pressing that the'Goverment appointed commissioner* to .investigate the  cause of the numerous forgeries and  whether a mode could be devised  whereby the forging.of bunk notes  might bo prevented.  Previous to -this investigation tho  directors of the bank had been endeavoring to remedy the evil, many  plans having beon submitted to them,  all of which they were obliged to reject,  - The bank placed, beforo tho commissioners 180 different projects that  had been recommended, for adoption  and und 70 varieties of paper made by  way of experiment. The result of all  this labor was the bank note of today.  The color of the paper is peculiar,  and cannot be- imitated exactly by  counterfeiters' except at great expense.  The combined thinness and strength of  the paper are also unique. It is mado  in sheets large enough for two notes.  Each note beforo it is sized weighs  about 18 grains and thon if doubled it  is strong enough tq suspend a weight  bf 36 pounds.'. *  The texture,of the paper is also peculiar. It has a crisp feel invariably  the same and such that bank clerks  of experience can readily detect forgeries by this test alone. Then tho  wire mark impressed in the making  by a frame, costly to make and difficult to use, is practically inimitable.  Each note hass thin rough edges  uncut not to be produced by any note  of cutting paper that is not devised  expressly for the purpose. Tho paper  for printing is damped with water in  the exhausted receiver of an air pump.  ' Tho'irik used in the plate printing is  made of Frankfort black, which is  composed of the charcoals of the tendrils and husks of the'German grape  ground with linseed oil. This ink has  a peculiar-.and very deep shade-of  black, common black inks being tinted either 'with blue or brown.  Giant Birds Now Extinct. --y  In the British Museum, and in several continental institutions for the  advacement'of'science, there may be  seen specimens of birds' eggs which  are almost as large as a two-gallon  jug. These eggs, were laid ,1-y, the  epiornis, an extinct and gigantic,bird  of Madagascar. The cubic' bulk of an,  -epiornis-8gg-is-eight_-times_that,>ofJ,he_  egj of the ostrich,- which means that  each of them is equal in point of capacity to 150 hens' eggs.  ���������The first discovery of these*interesting relics of past times was made by  the captain of a merchant .vessel  which had stopped at a port, on the-'  northeastern, coast of Madagascar .to  trade with 'the'' natives. During tha  stay tit-this point the"curious vessels  used .by the natives for water vases-  attracted tho attention of the captain.  Upon investigation it was found that  these'odd utensils were in reality gigantic egg. shells cut in halves.'  Upon questioning the water carriers  in regard to the bird that laid, the.  eggs, and the placo where tliey were  procured, the captain was given to'  understand that the bird itself was  unknown,'but that the eggs were discovered in a largo sand bank somo  distance away in tho up-country, and  could not bo found elsewhero, to tho  knowledge of tho natives. An offer  to purchase all that could be procur-,  ed sodn resulted in the.discovery ol  several fine specimens, all of which  foil.into tho hands of Isadore G. St.  l-liln'ire, the French naturalist. Those  curiosities wero afterward distributed  among tho largest museums,  ���������        ���������        mm '  From Butcher's Counter to Pulpit.  For thirty-eight years tho Rev., \V.  Cuff, the famous pastor of tho Shore-  ditch Tabernacle, has worked amongst  tho poor of the east end of London.  Ho began lifo as a butcher, but, to  quote his own words, "Early in my  career I abandoned tho carving t of  careusseo for the  curing  of   soul's."  ���������jiAnd fow mon have done more ti) alleviate tho  distress and   bring   sun-  ��������� shine into tlio lives of tho musses in  ' the wist ond. His work has bi:eii,.full  of interesting and amusing oxperU  encos. Ho not only preaches to tho  people, but helps to food them, and,  on one occasion, thought ho wuld us.  sist his wHo in clothing tlicm. "Sa  1 took a littlo ohlld," ho says, "ami  moiuuirod it up find drossed it in  tho bonnitwt of suits. 'What do you  think of that?' 1 said to tho mother  .i,of"tho .child,/. 'Well, I supposo you  Icnow best, pastor,' alio replied; 'hut  you've gorno iind mtulo ahoy ot  Vl* >������������������ . .*.   ,  , Nature makes the cures  after all.  .  Now and\then she gets  into a tight place and  needs helping out.  Things get started in  the wrong direction.  ��������� Something is needed to  check disease and start  the system in the right  direction toward health.  -*- *     )  Scott's Emulsion of  Cod Liver Oil with hypo-  phosphites can do just  this.  It strengthens the  nerves, feeds famished tissues, and makes rich  blood.           FOR SALE 6T ALL DRUGKHBTW  sVsiul 10s>.. Dsss.se ot paper ������nd this, ������d. for oat  tsWAUtUnl HistIiiki Bssisk kinl Olilld't Skttlch.Boah.  Istok ItMsk ooutulsu ss Good Luck l'enoj.  SCOTT A BOWNE  list W������!H������stIos������ Stro.t. Wort      Toronto, Osrt.  Fashionable ������  "Our choir is fashionable in music."  "So?    Any  changes  in  styles?"  "Oh,  yes.    The recessional  is  going out now, and the processional is  coming . in."���������Cleveland  Leader.  Bagely���������All of Mrs. Howe's children  call her the "mater," Isn't it nice to  see such affection?    , .   ..  Bailey���������That isn't affection. She  succeeded in' marrying off six daughters in six years, and they call her  "the mater" because they "think she  has fairly earned the title.  DR. WINTERS  Cures all chronic diseases. Write  him. His valuable advice -will  cost* you nothing. .  ,  BOX 215.      NEW YORK CITY.  . Awardad First Prise at World's Exposition on iti Work and Methodi-  Ottalorui- Free.   Address.  WINNIPEG BUSINESS COLLEGE.  Cot. Portage ^ v������������. & Fort 8t. Winnipeg  ritST AHA HULTH TO K0TKU Atifi WILD.  M������������. WiiwtoWs <_o������thi**o Syrup bass betu  used for over SIXTY YBAKS tsy MlfA'ONt* ol  VOTHItUsS (or their CH1LUHKN WH1LH  TBKTH1NG. with PKKKMCT (iUCCES**. II  SOOTHKS tise CHILI). SOHTRNS the GUMS  ALLAYS ������H TAIN CURBS W1NI> COLIC. ������nd  in tht hebt remedy (or DlAKKHtHA. It U am.  ���������olsrtely Ji������rmlesy������. Benure susd rut's- ts-sr "Mm,  Wlonlqw'B Soothing Syrup," und take no othet  kind    Twrntv-fivs" r*nt������������ hntlls*   '   ��������� ���������  ������plgra,m on Dean Llddell,  When Do-in Liddoll, tlio part"nulli".'  or of a ;/.|tmou'H Greok lexicon, was  hood mtitvicr of Westminster, ho one  day told, the boys in his class that  Uiey miiflt,wlrito an English opigram,  They might 6ach chooso their own  subject, hut an epigram they must  utrite. Somo said it was impossible,  hnt out* hoy wrote ;  Two' 1-11*11  wro*t������-  n  T.prli'on,  Liddoll  and Scott;  One-half was cjover,  And ono-half was not,  Glvouno tho answer, boys,  Quick to this riddle,  And which,was by Liddoll?  Dr. Liddoll, when tho epigram was  mi bin i Hod, rcmarkod: "I think you  are rathor severe."  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T it������ jiapat* will h"t UoM  iuelf  rn-*j*nt������������l������ia for tin* n|iuti<ma������.*f oth.  ���������������r������, as may .apj.id'ir -in it* columns  trout thiHf* to time.  ><sss.s������<.i - ,"s 'Tr- ii" in i r'wca������������������������������������  'HKSDAV,  lsb.    *iIt'n,  1������U,  WATBR N0TXC1.  NOTIOE la hereby t-tvea that aa  application will be made under Part  Y. o! tht "Water Act, J.909," to ������b������  ttiua license ia tho S*y*suu OlvUUn ef  VU-t.rla Water Diatriot  a;   The name of Oom,any iu full   The  C jsptsssll River Power C .mui-'.y, LisMtod.  Toe hoad of&eo* Office if li*ronrii A Rea  erteon, 5HF.r;Hv., Viut*iu. K.O. ,  The capital, how divided, showtag  amount paid ur 950,000 -livide' in-o ti*  stsarei ef 8100.00 ce, h. Amount jald af  fc40,060.  (If for mining purposes) Free MLtv  er's Certificate No   (b) The name of the lake, stream  or source (It unnamed, tho description li��������� Catuy;bt������ll L������k**, V     ouvm lalarml  (c.) The point ot diversion: About  Tho fa t ot C**������*pt>������-ii Itt ���������-.  (d.) Tbe quantity of water eppHtd  for (in cubic feet per second) 4U ***���������  ic feet.**.. ���������>  (a.) Tbe character of the proposed  works dtsm a-*d laus-gn. *--.  (���������!.) The premieee on which the water Is to be. used (describe Bams.'. In  ht s>m< point oa tie lend a ���������������>*_ the bsviU  ������t tho Oaraptwll Ri������<������r, abtstic one halt mil*  below Campbell River Falls.  Cg.) The   purposes Jor which    the  water i* t.. lie usad p.������w������r ,y- '>,���������������������.  (h.) If for irrigation 4������crtbe the  land intended, to. be'Irrigated, giving  acreage   ���������#..���������������  None.. . --T-':  (1) 11 tbe water Is to be used fer  power or mining purposes describe  the place where tho wp.ter la to be  returned-'to some "'natural' channel,  __aadjfeejil_gercnce; ln altitude between  point of 'diversion and" point"oTrs*-'  turn: The water is to be re nnixl to *b.  Campbell River at a piiut about wa rail*  briow tha Campbell River Falls and *he  disfartut������ i*. altitude will h.. V>������nt800ft.  (J.) Area of Crown lnnd lnteaded/to  be occupied by the proposed works:  About 8!W ICItW:  (k.)TUo notice was posted on  the  looo 11 '.'-y of January, 1911,   ."d a;.ivliu.  tion will be    made to the  Oommto-  t io er on tho twauty-toui-tu ������*? of k'ebru-  ny, ion  ������������������'..'    '���������������������������:"'���������'���������;.  1.) Give the name* and addresses  of any riparian proprtetoro or licensees* who or whoso lands are Hlcelr.to  be affected by the propofled works,  cither above or below tbe outlet:  The on-wn, du Biititih Anwea Timber  Co,, Ltd., of Viu'oria, B.C.. Nnr-tvFaolfie  Lumber Co,, Ltd., of Vanenu������er,B,C.t P.  Cudahy, ut Cliio-go, Illiuoi*; Interaatiou  at Timber Co., ol Vaso u er, DC  Attach copy ot aueh parts ol tke  Company's memorandum of aeoocln*  tion oa authorise tho proponed ������p-  plication and works.  (a] Tlie ooiiKtruotioD oi op������raM������*i of  w������rk".r the supply!*rutilisation otwet#r  nmlu1;ho"W.terAoi, 1909"  (li) To apply fot nnil obtain undt������r the  provi-ioni ������f the "Water A*.t, 1909," or to  purohaiiior o'.hmwlie noquir* vater record i or witei llotn'tsi,   ..  Tim Camiuibu- Rivrh PiWkk company,  LlMlTBD.  O. H.llnmu W, WalUn-n Orlme,  P.O ������is\:*.:,i- fUitVii Diiootors.  Vtuto-u, B.C.  tor (in cubic   feet   per   second}  ftu cub *- f .*V  {e.) The character ot the proposed  * s - , dam euu s. .io������ ta.e*  (f.) The premteea on which the water la to fei* uatd (describe same)  At -owe;.p������*siai uu It* land alos g the bank  ���������f t ������ Ohmtsbtli riv������r ������boai ouo half mile  Ulow Oam-iball ri������er Fallo.  {SA Tbe purposes tor which   the  - vt it tu be atamt power ,~ty a^s.  (h) It for Inigatloa describe the  land Intended to be irrigated, giving  aersage.. -  ������������������������   Noos,  (i.) It the water) ls to be uaed tor  power or mining purposes describe  the place where the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the OiBerence in altitude betweea  point ot diversion and point ot rs-  tnra tike water la t* be utsmtd to the  < amisMl rlvar at a fnlnt about ana mil*  below t <* C������mi>!*l* river P>11������ and the (lit  fereace in altitude w������P be about 800 feet,  (j.)Area of Crown land Intended to  be ooeopied by the propoaed works'  Ah-et ttOaetefi  (k.'i This nottxje was posted oa the  eighth day of Jf������auary, 1911, aud spplica-  tion wlil'lw made to tbe CemmUs ouer ois  tha twenty-fourth day ef Pabrsary, 1911.  (1.) Give the names and addresses  ������1 any ripariaa proprietors or licenses wbo or whose'lands are likely to  be eflected by the proposed works;,  either above or below the outlet.  TiieBii ish AstertaaaTimbor Co., Ltd.,  et Viotoria, R.C; North I'seiflo Lunsboi  C)., Ltd, ai Vsaooaver,/E C: P. Cudalsy  ot Chicago, Illinots; Uternational Timber  Cm., of Vaaooufer, B.C, Eaqnlmalt & Na-  naime Railway Company.  Attach copy of such part* ot the  Company's memorandum ot association as authorize the proposed application and works,  s. T':eoens taction or operation efwork������  or the aupply or utilization ot water unde-  tae''Wetter Aot, WO!^*  b.   To apply tor an.l obtain under th  proviBionaof tlie MWat������rAot, 1909," ������sr t������'  parchaae or oth������J*wi������������ acqt������ir������ water record'  ���������r a a'eri lieeus 8  The Campbjilu Rivkr Powkbcompany.  Liuitkd*, G. H. Bums, Vi. Wallace Oriw*,  Dite,t.,rs.  P. 0* addrew: Box 724. Victoria, B.C.  APPLICATION FOR BTOitlMQWATER  f. The plaoe of tho propoaed re������e*voi f< r  storing: Upper Campbell Lake, Yonuouvt i  IbUqiL ��������� '.it', -  t. The aware hy which it is proyo ed t>*  atere tau vcater: Dan aud Sluioi gatrs  r. Uow it ta pi oi_st*.ced t* (tc^uiro the lai.d  tttscea ������vy for the purpoie: By puruhuae aut  expr ���������ptiai.Uu.  w. Approximatbly the number of act.  _eot iuteuded to Lo impouuded 19,75** aui  feet.   -  The cAJirrikiit. bivbu powkb oo., umitbd,  G. H. Burus, W Wallace Uiim**, Directum  P.O. address:    Box 724, Victoria, B.C.  WATER NOTICE.   ���������*>.  APPLICATION FOR   STORING WATER.  The plnoe of the propeM-4 Miervolr for  atorlng wator Cutupbell Laki, Vancouver  Island.  {.] The trenni by wlilch it i* prnpoaed to  otoro the wvt������r dam an   an too gutes.  (v] How it itt propi'i'd to aot-jstre the  l.tad noeeMany f r tlit i.ttrpoutt by purouaM  an<l fxpropriatioti.  xv.   ADproxitnatuly the ntnuliwr *������f acre  Notice U heiehy jjiven that an appli-  C4tien wijl be made under 1-art V. ol the  Water Act, 1909, to obtain a heense in  lh������* Comex or Nootka Division of Victoria Wnter District.  (a) The name of the company in full:  The.Campbell' River Power Company,1  Limited-  The hf as office Offices of Barnard &  Robertson, 5I4 Fort St, Victoria, li C  The capital, how divided, -jhowing  amount plid up- $50,000 divided ime $os  ���������bares of $100 each; a'aount puid up:���������  $40,000.  (h) Tht name of the lake, stream or  source [if unname'l, the description is]���������  Buttles Lake, Vancouver Isl.saJ.  (c) The point of divenien Hoot of But  leu Lake.  (d) The quantity of \utrr applied for  in cubic feet per second 11$ cubic feet.  (e)The character nl tht proposed works  dam and sluice K������tet.  (f,) The premises on which the water  il to be used describe  same! At  some  point along tht bank of the C.tmpbell  River about una half mile below Camp  bell river Falls.  (K) The purposes for which the w*ier  ii to be used) Power purposes.  (h) If for irrigation describe the land  intended to be irrigated, giving acrctge;  Not to be used for irrigation,  (i) If the water is tc be used for power  feec intmi.lmlti 'e iniuoxUsiml MS 16 eort  foot. The t'������m|tlell E-vpr l������    .t*C.���������������Ltd.' or inintag^purposea describe the  place  where the wattr is to be rtturnedtosome  O, H  Biiro*-,W Wallace G.inui  Din vt n  rO.adaie ,:  CssX-WlV *l rU.lt  WATWIl N0TT0W.  NOTIOB la   hweby rlvt*n th-tt  an  hpnlicatlon will bo nuirti under Part  V. of th* "Water Act, WdO," to ob-  tun ��������� il,*,i.H" i'i the (Jtsini). Div ������:*n of Vl'i  tn I*. Vfs.i T)i-*ilt".  (a) The name of 0ompa������y tn full:  'J -��������� Cuuipboll Htver r-swrr' om*anv.Ltd  'lhe boa J  tll'ia*. OtsH.sj*   f Itarttnrd it  Y    is -im, IMpsrt H-. , Vfltnr*-'. l\.t\  Tba cnoltal, how Jtvl-lcJ, ohowtng  I   / ,U:,t *,-'li 1 lt,s  -iV'sMi*., , tsl.'nl   i.stU .'00  s   '-.r**   of HC0 1  lit;   s.trssvi'.'i'   paid    un  i'f f^r mlnlr.c puj'poncej Free Mln-  t>r'ssi t:....rv.1ceie Ns*>   J,.) 'r'h.? ������sr.i*������ nf thf* ln!r������, f*tr������om  or r������vir������-rt   t'f wnhamod, tics Caactlp-  l'...i i'\hj ni , it. .-Jfsflt ��������� ������',.-.,    V   iU'������ -Vwt  (j.\ Tb* point ot dlverirton: At tlie  ! w Oi'U-���������������������������.��������� <%      b������\ U  -.  (d.) The tunntlty ot wator applied  ii.J  e'tural channel, and tlit difference tn a  tttude between point uf divu-siwss  point of return; The **te*- in to be ir-  tunied 10 the Campbell river at a point  about one mile below the Campbell river  Falls and the difference in ahiiudn will  !s*������ about 300 fret,  (j) Area el Crovm lands tntendc*i 10 bo  occupied by tbe pMposieri -turkt; About  3311 acres.  (k) This notice wa* poMed an the sev*  enth day of January, iqu, and apylica-  tiisri *i������ill be mad* on the twentylourth  day of February, 1911.  (I) Give the names and adtirs*.������.t,i of  any ripiirinn proprietors or licensees who  ons-hosti Unds ate lil-.ely to be iiffected  by the prnpoted works either above or  fiefow the outlet! The Crown, ICsqttitnall  ,& Ne'-i.-uinr kail������������.iy* Co, Tht Hnlisb  Ametican Tiittber Co., Ltd,, of Victoria,  ti.C, I- Cudahy, of Chiciuo, Illinois, In*  ���������emitional Timber Co,, of Vuoccuvrr,  11 C, Nnrth Htrilic Luutber C������j Ltd, o'  Vaiitt'jvtiJiC  Attach copy of such parts of the Company's memorandum of association a-t  autlioiize the proposed application and  works.  (a) The construction or operation ot  works or the -supply or -itiltiation of  water under the .'Water Act, 1909,"  (b) To apply for and obtain under the  provisions of tho "Water Act 1909," or to  purchase or otherwise acquire water re*  cords or wattr licenses.  THK CAMPBtbL RlVKR l'OWT.R COMPANY,  LlMITKD,  GH 11U������NS W WALI.ACK CiKIMK  Directors,  (i* O Address)    Box 734, Victoria, 11 C.  APPLICATION FOR STORING  WATER.  1 Tht plnce of the proponed reservoir  for storing Buttles Lake, Vancouver Island,  1 The i-neatu oy which it it proposed  to store te .-/iter: D1 m and stuice gates  vllisv it is proposed to acquiie the  land necessary lor the purposet By purchase and expropriation.  w Approximately tke numbir ol acre  feet te be impounded: 84,000 acre feet,  THK CAUs'tU. KlVfU l'uvsj-.ss C.'.M':.'tt;  Limixju).  G 11 11UKN8 W WAI.UCK CiHIMII  Directors.  [V O Addresa]    Una 734, Victoria,' D C.  I AND ACT.  VssrmNn 0,  fotm of Ntttiee.  L'oiut Ihat riot,  Diatriot of Rango'2,  TAKK notice thnt Blanor Leek of Van*  oouvtr, t'ocupntion Married woman, in-  Issiidn to tpply for p������nui������aion to purehstet  iii* fullowinB desiierlboil lnnde:���������  Commvnoing at n poit planted at tbe  North Wosit oornor of No. 1, thoooe Norlh  nitthty (BO) oluioi, tliutioe Hxni (80) ohalna  thonoo Houth oigbty (80) ������hiln������, tbanea  Wott (80) ohalni, t<> pniat of <w>irun<jne������.  (uuot. 00 .tttiuiuK ait hundred and fo ty  uor������*d, mo e or leao,  KLANOR LRKK  Nnmo of Applicant,  DntOslJuno 4th 1910.  In the Comity Court of Nanaimo, holden  at Naniimo, between  Hop  Lkk, of the Ci.v of Lady smith,  lMaintttT, tmd  HUNO Wah, of the City nf Cumbcrlnnd,  Delendani,.  To HUNO WAH, formerly of the City  of Cumberland, in the County of Nunui-  mo, Province of British Columbia.  TAKK NOTICE thut * plaint has  been entered and a summon-* issued  against y>)u m the above court by Hop  Lee of the Ciiy of Lady-smith:���������  - I'or tht recovery of the sum of $250,  the umtiunt clue on a protuusory note  made by the defend ������m,'H unj. Wah payable to the IMalntifl* Hop Leu, dated the  6th day ol January, 1911, payable, one  month after (lute, for tlie sum ul $250,"  And an order hus been made tliat the  publication nf a notice of the entry of  such plaint in a weekly newnpnper pub*  lulled in the city of Cumberland aloie-  said, for two issues, will Uc deemed good  .tnd sufficient service of the summons on  you.  VOU AUK REQUIRED to file a de-  ftmr.e within fifteen [.15] tlaya alter the  first -iiihliaiion of this notice ut theotlke  of tht Registrar of the County Court of  Nanaimo, at Nanaimo, and if you do nn  enter men appe������ranoe judgment may be  Ms-fiei*. a^auitk*. you, >siul tho pUtuliff iiuy  poctitd to take tht necessary .icpt (nr  thu collection of tins amount,  Dated itt N'Wsiimo, UC, l'cb'ry 20,1911  (Sgd,)   M. Hath,  Registrar ot tke county court of Nanaimo  J, H. SlMl'SON,  Solicitor lor PlaliUifT,  LAND ACT.  Form No. tt.  Form ol Notice,  Coast Diitrict, Range 2.  TAKB NOTIOK that John Moravia, of Vancouver,occupation constructor, Inttnda to apply for perniitaiota  to parohtie the lollowiug draorlhed  landat-Oo-Mmencing r.t a poat plantt-d  at the uorthtiaat corner ol No 14, bring live milct north and two irilti  weitol the tiuthweil eorner ol No 1,  tbtnev north 80ehi-ini, thenoe wtat  80 chairh, tl enoe aouth 80 obalni,  tbeneu eait 00 ohaine, to the point oi  0 mmenoetnent, ooulaininv 0*10 ooret,  noro or let*.     JOHN MOUAV10,  Name of Applioant.  Dated June ti, 1010.  LAND AOT.  Form No 0.  Form ob Notice.  Oeaat DUtriot, Itanpe 3,  TAKB NOTIOB thar Dave Ffrgu*  con.ol Vaneotivisr, occupation bnteher  intends to apply fnr permliiion to  riurehaas the (nllowlng doiorlbtd  landts:���������Ootumenclnu at a post planted  near tba beach at tbe tout west oornei*  nl No IL being two milet north and  lbr-m **,[\trtt atna_ nf the ������OlHltWfBt 0Or*  oft of No 1,thenee north 80 ohaina,  thenoa w������ts 80 ohaina, tbenoe south  HOrhsini, more or Uai to tbort Hue,  Ibtnoo     eait    SO   ehalnt     along  ahnte lint te nolnt of ootnmencomoDt,  ootitaiuing 040 acroi, mora nr loos.  DAVE FBIWUG0N,  Name ot Applioant,  Dated June 6,1910  LAND AOT.  Form No, 0. Form of Nutlet  Coaat DUtriot, Range U.  TAKB NOTICE that Alexander M0PI1  of Vauouuver, oooupation, earprntor, i  tends to apply ior ptrnii������Hiou to ptirolm  the following deioribiul luudu:���������Cominsji!  ing at at a poat planUd at the north -at  eorner of No. 12, being ftmr milt-H not  aud three uiilei west of the youth west 00:  aer of No.l, theuuenorth 80 uh������ina,ther  wuit 80 ohaiisf, thmuo guuth W) uhai'l  tlunco eaut 80 ohaina, tn the point of 00 |  tiiauotmtnt, ooutalninn 040 aurer<, ninrt  lesa, ALKXANDKR" MoPllKK,  Name o( Apidtva  Dated June ttth, 1010,  , LAND AOT.  Form No. 2,  Th������ Qrettl Knnltith lUmnlii,  Tonai and lnvljrornes>M tho w Imii*.  rWnt-rvnua tsyatou-. msksm   n, v<  "���������"Utsj.ntui Old Vubll. <.,s������r,*������A<*r  oui Ikbilltv, *Vm<. awl Unit* Wtrri'ViJ},-  i,Se������itaWt   _ , _. ... tnlmm. KmUtUnt, ������/,r  puttuvhita.nixiMttttjif Mu.������op l'.wntit������  imuttam,  pUllinrhil .,  Woo 11 per  afftM  l  will mra. 0M by all dnimiuta or  pUun |skf,en rjwolpt of pilro. At-ii������ juim*M������<,  mailtit/rtt. tha Wood Modioli** so*. _.  _  Or-avillpIuiisMi.i.  Uttor nmllisi is  a������_o������*<i/iYsi. Twa w  tfarutrlti iriadaoti  TAKE NOTIOK that David Diwion  Milur, of Vanoauver, oconpatlnn, carpon-  tar, iiitsind-t to apply for pormlMlon to pnr-  olia*fl thn following denoribo<l landat���������Cam  ti.nnciiiy at a post planted at tho nouth  hhni aiiriinr of No, 1, Oleum north HO ohaina  thtitine s'UMt 80 ul.aiiu, thciiQt south 80  cliuina tlitsiioo ������f������i SOohninf, to point of  c.Hisussiucs'msjut, uoatai'iitic; till) am* mora  cr I'm.  DAVID DA WHON MILUR  Name of Applioant,  Datad Jupm Oth, 1910,  Oentt Dintrlet. Range 2.  TAKKN0T1CI! tlut Naomi MoF7]  of Vanoouvor, ooottpatiou, matried woi  iutouda to apply for permiaaion to 1  chase the followiug (Usoribed Intuit.-1  munolag at a post planted at the m  west oomerofNtt, 11, bolng flva 11  north aud three tyllea west uf tho si  wcatooinor of No. 1, thtnue uorth  Oliuina, thenoo woit 80 oliaiua, tin  south Ht) ohainu, thonoo east 80 oh ah  thu point uf cwisiucat&jnt'al, cojitwi  UlO jori'**, mort*. or lt*ti������.  NAOMI MoPHKE,  Namo o( Applit  Dated Juno Oth, 1010.  GOA8T3 LAND D1STUI0T.1  Diitrict oi Count Hantfo 2..  TAKK NOTIOE thnt iSdwoj  Towntend of   Vanoouvor,' B.1  Ronllemnn, intendp to apply for,  mlaifon to purohw*o tho foHoi  deiorihoil luniU:   Connumiclitg,  poit plnntod ftbout 7 miles' n!  nntl 2 railc? OHMt of tin  noutl.  cornor of CL 3358, ihonco ro'uiI  chnini*,  'htMico wopt   80   ohi  Ihonco norlh 80ohttinif tliotio*  80 fhnini, io pof*t  of  con*f������ri(  ment, containinR 640 acron, ino  Iw.   KDWA1U) 0 TOWNS*  Dnted July 27th, 1010. THE   NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, v. BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  mmWammmmmimmmm*Mt*am*mmma_a*mm*^m������am     u i,mm_*tmm^a   ������������������ ���������,   th   tammmm������������������^w-an^���������mm.������������������mammmmmmmmam*****  3  ���������y  APPLICATION POR STORING WATER  (a) The plao* of the propoaed reewvoir  for storing Do-box Lake, B.C.  '  (t,) The meant by thioh it is propoaed  to atbre the water by a dam at outlet af  I*ke.  (a,) The arts of the raeervoir alte or  sites at each foot ia dooth above the outlet  4000 aores.  (v.) Uow is it propoeed to acq-aire the  Undnooesnvy for tho purpoae By porohaw  lto.ioess-.ry.  (w.) Approximately the number of sort  ���������feat intended U be impounded 1)0,000,  (x.) Wtwther it'ia proposed to lower the  water in any natural lake or standiu* body  at water, aad, it a*>, th������n~  1. The antioipated exteat o( the lower-  tog Not lowered.  ft. The mstaas propoaed to be adopted to  lower and refill ��������� ���������  8. Thau-mra and character, in detail,  of the worki propoaad to be ooaatraoted to  provide for the discharge and penning back  ���������f the wa'er By concrete dam with regu-  Jating gaus controlling the ditoharga.  [Signature]  "Sybuisqton Oolukuy Company, LtD.,  W. L. Coci.hox, Generttl Manager,  (P.O. acLrea*-) Victoria, B.C,  Jaauaiy 1 flth, 1911.  WATBR NOTIOB.  NOTICB Is hereby given tha* ao  application will be made under Part  y. of the "Water. Aet, M09," to obtain a siiieuie iu iuo Dsviaioa uf 0.>mux  Diatriot.  (a.) The name of Company In NU:  Wellmgt nOsiliiery Ucmpaity, "Limiied.  . Ths heiisi -tU-s Viotoria, B C.  The capital, h .\v Jdiflded, ahowins  atuoant paid up $->.OUO,0000_,divided iuto  19,000 .shares of $100.00**aoh fullv paid up  (It for miaing purposes) Free Miter's Certificate No   (b.) The name of lake, street* or  pouree (it unnamed, the description  it) Puntlsrige Kivar.  (c.) Tbe point of diversion: At a  poiut abova the falls on the Ft-Dtledrfe  River, Cornor DUtriot.  (d.) The quantity ot water aPPUtd  for (tn eublc feet per second):  (e.) The character of the   proposed  works: Generating plat-t. power woika, ami  ���������leetrio work**, and plaut aid other machinery and con-rciiieuoet) nectiaaary for pro-  " "duoicg"pow������>r. ~~���������������������������������������������   (f.) The premises on which the water to to be used (deeeribe same): Oa  or iu the vicinity of the Wellington Colli-  ary Company's* Ltd. prtparty and hold-  ingo in Comox Dn-trioc  (g.) Tbe purposes on which tha water is to be u������ed: UeurratiuK eiaotnoity,  ���������nd 'or light, heat, power, operation of  motoru, enginei, audm<ohinery isfal. kinds  aud generally fur thoexeroiae of all powen  and priyilogesuf apo*or company uuder  Tart IX. of above Aot.  (i.) If the water ia to be used for  power or mining purposes* describe  the place wfaere the water ls to be  returned to some natural ehaaiel,  and the dlfferenco ln altitude between  point ot diversion and potat ol return At a coavonieat plaoe below tn*-  Stonghtos Falls iu the vicinity outlet  ?���������' Brown Itiver, Seofeione 10.aad 14 Tp., 9,  ���������Uomox Diatriot, The po ht of ietura il  about 200 feet lower altitude whan tbe point  of di-e^lort.  (J.) Area of Crown land intended to  be occupltd by the proposed wot kt:  Noue.  (k.) This notice was po������ted on tht  sixteenth day of .January, 1911, aud ������ppl -  cation will be made to the o������m iii������4<iuer  on the 28rd day ef February, 1911  (1.) Girt the names and addrttMt  of any riparian proprietors or He.  ensM who or whose lands are likely  to be afleeted by the propoaed worka,  either above or below the outlet:  Wtlliniton tulllery Compauy, Ltd,  Attach    copy, of each parts of tht  Company's memorandum of association as nuthorist Mie prafoMd aapll-  eatlon aad works  (Mijtnatare)  WnisMMOTOK OoisMBUT OoMP AN*, JsTl)  W, Ij. Ootusow, General Manager.  (P.O. addreaa) Viotoria, B,C.  Hxtraut from the ubuosuhdum ov amooi  .AVION OF THH WSLMMOION LoisUKUY  Company, umitbd,  (a) To ao'iuUe by pnrohaae, grant, lease  or lu nay other manner wator or  riflh to tn water ���������,........ ���������.... >,.....��������� ���������  [d] To oarry fix the builnesa of   eleotilo light, Imat and power tupply,,,.,,  [u] Tsj manufaoture and Uie as a motive  power'i-leHrloity   ,ensl tn m asinfai.tiiro  er uetpilri- plust, maol-ilnery, npparatna,  aud materials of every kind for the production and diitribnllou of eleotriolty, ,.  t * g���������iiflrat*-, uio or diupow of supply or dli-  tribute ���������] otrloity ,, tor lighting or  molsvo power and to oonatruov, lay  down, esststblliln, and earry out eablai,  witea, lines, aaotimulatorii, lamui and  works,  Special  u  'Brew  For Sale by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B C  copy������isht.  HERCULES Stump Pullers  FOB SALE  BY     .    *--  Walworth-Rolston Co.  LW  ]02Q Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, Be C.  8  e  i  o  0  .Hi'  B  a  4  to  S  B-  M :   a*  P m *3  < H *  **%  2 aa <������  ������s ������  i.a  ������   ������s  ������i  s * oa  ii  O  ������>  H  t* A-  * sS  g * 33  K   t*  >  ** I a  -m   'f   r_  "m\__   '*>  aa- ������*eo  K  s  ���������  *  a  S  a  C  2  I  * ^  E  %  12  a   s-  BC  *������.-a  fi!  e   __  en *  c    .  **!  2  >3  u  a)  if  a  ji  (*���������  f  m  I  <4  a  ������"  ������-  MADE IN CANADA  BAKING  POWDER  -   NOTICE  Any person or per-sons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timbar or wood, of any descriptiodn  Xalonging to the Wellington Col-  n'ery Co'y., or from or off the land  of tha said Cdtnpany, will btt pros,  ecttted to the full extent of tne law.  W. ),. COULSON,    .  GwniM'al Manager,  Wellington Colliery 0o,y.  >a___w____*a*___________m������i \\       hi   m awamm*mammamM_mmmammm*mmmma  KOTICE.  Riding oa Isscomotivcs and   rail  arar cars of  tht   Union   Colliery  Company by any  pe*rso*A   or   j*er-  ,'3*>ns���������except tain crew���������ii; strictly  l>roh.'l*itedv   EraployeeH   're sub-  jec to oumiasul for allowing aara-  Ky order  W.. h.  COULSON,.  General Manager.  f  BOVRIL  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  Add a Kale BOVRIL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  67  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  .  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Gardiner Alexander Brady Spencer of Alameda  Oul., oceuporion plumber, intends  to apply for penmn-*ion to purchase  tbe following described landt :���������  Commencing at a pott pl������nted  About 30 chains west of the south  east corner of Sec'.ion 24, Township  21, Ihence west 80 chains, tbence  south 80 chains, tht-nea east 80  chains, thence north to -south soore  of Wolf Lake thenco westerly aiotiR  fcouth shore to Wear end of lake,  thence ea������t along north Bhore about  40 chain**, thunce north to place of  commencement, oontuining 4()0  acres more or leas.  Scribed ou poat, GA.B.S.'s N.E.  corner.  Gardner Alexandeb Brady  Spencer.  Dan Clark. Agent  Dated December 14th, 1910.  RU PERT LAND DISTRICT  ;��������� Diairiat of Rapart.  TAKE notion that Fudora Mae Letsson  of Vaaoouvssr, B. C. ' ocoai'ntioa |Widow,  intesidsito au*>iy for ix-rmi^iou to ,i\t-  ohaie tlie followii b ds scribed land^: 0*>m  msinoiug at at a p at planted abont onn  niilo nortb aud 40 otiama sjntt of tho S. K.  ooruer of iSecifsu 4, T<.woi.hip fi, thanes'  uorth 80 chaiua, thence eiist 80 ulioi".*,  theoce south 80 obaiti������, thooce weat 80  ohaius 10 piacsjot coti.mfucou-sat, ooatttu  111K010aorea, ui'*r������ ������r Ut*a.  Boribed <>A po-t EML'������ S.W. comar.  I Endora Mau Lkemox,  DauCUk, Agent.  Datod Docember 13th, 1910,  KUPKKT LAND DISTRICT  ' Diatriot of Rupert  TAKE   roriCK    that  Adolnide   Bator  Ciark    Br������wn,   of   Brookflcid,   N.   Y���������  marritd womau. iutanda to apply for jar-  mlaaiou to pnrchaaa tba followiiif- dvrorik-  txi landis:���������Cummonotilg at a poat pUnUd  at swu tli west eoruar of Stotioa IC, To*irn-  ������hip 9. theure north   SO chnint-,,   thensw  cast 80 ohaine,   thence   aouth   80  chaina,  thtuct* -weat 80 chaina to place of comtnea-  ment containing C40 acrea mora or leaa.  tiorilsed ou poat A.E.C.lVt S.W. cor  AnBLAIOK Ksteu (Jlirk Bkowx.  Dan Clark, agent,  Datod D.cember 19th, 1ft 10.  There are many baking powdara but  There is Only One  MAOIC BAKING POWDER  It b Pun, Wholown* and EconooIcsU.  SOLO IN ALL SIZES.  E. W. CILLETT CO., LTO.  Totonts), Oat  ���������4������fe^i,t#i I bw*tl**������&tl&*&  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for gueits,  The Oontial Hotol for Bportimoa  None but tlio Best of Wines and Liquors  at the-liar."  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston*    Prop  FAIRFIELD  ZI STORE Z  J. JACK,   Prop.  A Fine Assortraeut of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco  .Vancouver Ice Cream,  $ Dunamuir Ave,  Cumberland  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  "District of Rupert  TAKE notice that John Henry  Kerritieh Rtchnrdaon, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Steamboat  Steward,.intends to apply for per-  mieaion to*purchase the following  described landt*:���������Commencing at  a post planted about 40 chains  north ot the (-omhwest corner of  Section S\ TownBhip 21, thence west,  ���������SO chainPrthence south-80-chaina,  thence east 80 chaini, thence norfh  80 chaine to place of conimtnco  ment coniaiuing 640 acres moro or  IhBB.  J. H. K. R'r N E cornor.  John Henky* Kkiiriksii Richardson.  Dan Clnrk, Ae^rtt.  Duted December 16th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Richmond  Charles Bins of Vancouver, B. C,  Broker intends to apply for per  mission to' purchape the following  described landni-Commenciisg at  a poat planted at \ post botween  gecti >n 18k, Township 9, and Section 13, Township 20, thsnee west, 40  chain*?, thence pouth 40 chaina,  tht nee west 40 chaina, thence aouth  80 chaina; thence east 40 chains,  thence north 40 chains, thence eaat  40 chnint, thence north SOchaitiP to  place* of commenccmeiit, continuing  640.1 cren mote or ley*:  Scribed on post RCB'h N E cor.  Richmond CharIsFS Biss.  Dun Clark, agent.  Dated December 19ih, 1910.    ,  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District 01 Rujieit  TAKE uo1 is ���������; that liei trsm J-.iine":  TsiBker ������������f Vauouvs-v, ]_. C. ciret3-  pation Expte-j*' Mhuiijm ii'tiij-.n-;.- ;������*.  to sippl} far perni wion to pure���������*������������������/''  the f.-ll"wuig de.'Crit,*>d lstisii������.:���������  Cbmmei.ciisg at a petit planted  about 110 chiiqa whs of the a-*utfc_  eaat corner of Section *24, Township 21, the ce weal 80 chainB,  thenco t*ou:h 80 chaini, thence eaat  80 chnin?, theisce north 80 chains  lo piuce *F commencement, containing 640 ncrea more or l.,.i  Scribed ou po.������l N^B J TV N.E; ���������  Betrtram Jamm Ta-kkh,  Dan Clark, agent  Dated December 14th, 1910.  M^ ***   " " ���������-��������������������������� ��������� ��������� ��������� -*- ���������  t m rmsii  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  DiBtnet of Rupert  TAKE notice   that   Marguerite  Leiteh *sf Vancouver, B.C., ocou-  . putit-n Saltalady, intends to apply  for permieaion to parchaoe (be following described lands: -  Commenciog at a- poet p lap ted .  at the north eaat eorner of Seciion  34, Townahip 20, thence wwt 8ft,  chains,   thence   south 80 chaina,  thenoe east 80 chain", thence north '.  80 chaini to place of commencement, containing 640 acres, -more;  or less.  Scribed ox poii, M.L.'e N. E. cor.  Marguerite lbitchi  Dan. Clark, Agent.  Dated December 16th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND   DISTRICT  District of Rttqert  -  TAKE nutice that Delia Brooks,  of   Vancouver,   B.    C,   Married  womun, intends* to npply  for per-  mist-ion to purchase the following  dencribed. lands:-���������Commencing at  post-planted iaUthe���������lsorthwesLcor,  n������r of  Section    30,- Towns-hip,  9,  thence eaet 80 chains, thence south  80 chainivther.ee weat SO chains,  thence, north,80 chains to place of  commencement    containing    640  acres more or lesa.  Scribed on.Post.D. BV N. W ,.cor.  Della Buookb,.  Dan Clark, Agent.  Dated December 17th, 1910.  NOTICE TO THE .PUBfilC.  Having built������ largo wnrehotiao nnd mill  at Courtenay, I will it) fuui*o stoop on  lt������m! a stook of all Idmli of Hay, Grain,  nnd Feed at IowohI mat kot rntoo, A  npaoliilty will be mado of roller oruakod  (o������d for horaua whinli will make n nurln**;  of enu third In tlio coit of feed,, Order*  givun tho tonmHter or by phono will bo  prom*)tly filled, Thnnkiiwynu (or your  piitr tmco In Mio punt ami nolioltinpr a oon  tinu-tnuo of tba samo ou broader Imua,-l  bog to rumala  Vonra to command)  BYRON CKAVTORD.  Dealer in  ALIy KINDS OF;     .  i; Fruit, Candy Cigars  i [Cigarettes & Tobacco.; ^  Bonora Block,  ���������CUMBERLAND, RO.  <>  <���������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  KUl-EKT LAND DISTKItT  Diatriot of Rupert  T\KE NOriCE that James Ilradahnw,  ot Emporia, Florisla, uarpeuler, intsurlB  to npply for permiBflism to purobano tlm  following deaonbad luu(*u:���������Coiumencini*  at a posst plnntsvd 2 milo������ weet of the N.E.  cororr ot Seotis u '24, townahip 20, thonoe  nurth 40 oh>iua, tlitncu weot 80 ouai. b,  thence eouth 40 chains, thonoo e is,t 80  ohaius tis place of eciuimutiuoment, oon-  taiuiug ttiio norea more *������r leaa.  ���������Soribed on poat J Be ts.E. coVBjr,  Jambs HnAiifiHaw,  I������aa Clnrk, agent,  Dated DooombAr 19th, 1010.  RUPBUT LAND 018TRIOT  Diatriot of Iluport,  TAKE NOTICK that Cbarlea Jndoon  .Miner, of Gtiiiouoo, N.Y., tetired laun-  ai's 1 tends to apply for permission to  puiu ,vo tha follit-vnig dttteiibod lnnd*:  Cjtuuoicinjnit a poat plnntod 2 mi'oa  wetit 01 tha 8E tioraor of Seotion 21, Town  chip20, tbence norti 80 obtti a, thonoo  ���������nut HO oh-iint. thenoo nouth 80 ohaina,  thenoo went 80 uhninu, to plaoe of cmnm-  ��������� coinitit, (-'intiiliiinff 640 noro**, moro or  Una. UtUsUKB Juiwon MlSBS  Bunbfld on pont GJM'a d\V ossrnor  Din Clam, Agout.  Dolod D.o^nber I0;h, 11110  Goto  !������>!������������������������������> ���������������������������������������������������  H8TAKIC NOTICK tbat VVilliam V, Huilth,  of Vanoonvar, ooonpatloa, earptnter, l������.  Until to apply for perroiialon to purohaao  tba fellowii 1 .t������������oril'<d landai���������Uowmono**  lng at a poat plantid at ths north ������ut eur,  taer of No. 1, U.anco north 80 ohaine, tli������noo  aait 80 ohaina, thonoe eouth 80 ohalu*,  tbsstiM w������i*t 80 ohalna, to point of syinw  ���������fnoomant, oonfainlng S10 aeran, mora sir  loss. WILLIAM F.SMITH,  Name o( Appllcmt.  Dated Jnna J������th,lttlO,  mi*'  TIN TON S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Weok-ond aarvloe Itetwoon Vatioonvor,  Nauaiino, Union, Coniox, !>y the  stael Olydo built twin fon<w  Btotnner "COWIOHAK"  Sailing aa undor���������  lseavoa Vanoouvor, Sntttrdav 8 p tn  Arrlvoa Nanaimo, Saturday 12 pm  Arrives Union, NuiuUy 6 it w  Arrive* Comox,  Sunday 8am  ���������"���������' Reiurnlng:*���������  -'   leaves Comoit, Rnndny 4pm  Lewes Un'oj Mnnday fl p m  1     Arrivesi N-Jiuifmo, Sttndny II pm  Arri������t*n Viwicouvor Monday 7 ft tn  Htage Uavea Uuion for Cumberland av**  ary H������>ntliiy mornini; nn arrival ol "COW.  ICHANi" nnd Iobvm Oumoerlitntl Hotel  Itt 1 pm, connoothig with Hum ������i  on.  JOHN McLEO&S  FOR FIH8T.������LA8������ ���������  CANDY, KRU1TK.  OKJARfi A T0BA0COH  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Distriot.of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE  thnt  Kdward Dyke,  of Binghnmton. NY. to. chmaD,inteiida to  apply for perroi&sion to puiohaco tho fol-  lowtug d**aoril>ed lnndu:~C*jmiiieuoiQng nt  a p Ht.pUmed 2 miles    w*st   of    tho  south enat uisinvr of .���������kotion 24, Towuehip  20, ihence west 80 el-iiiu-i, thenoe    Routli  W) olminii,  thenoo OiHt 80 ohains*, ttituee  ���������orth 80 ch Lisa tsiphoo of oonimeuoeiuent,  eoutaioiug t>40 aoroH, moro or leasi.  Soribed on pnt-t ED'h N.K, oornor.  Kdward Dvkk,  Dnn Clnrk, A|j;oat.  Dated Dooemlsor 19th, 11)10,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Distriot of Rupert.  TAKE NOTIOK ttut Thomas Protleriok  Tneker, flf Vnnoouvor, H.O., telogranh  opent*-r, intends to apply for poinili<-  Hicin to uurohaao tho folluwiug iloHoribod  Inodsj;���������Cuminencing ut a pout .pinntoil nt  the uorch wo .t oornor of 8'O'ion 18, Town  ehipO, thottue south HO ohaina, thmice  tiaut 80ulisi������H, thsitoe nor h 80 ohains,  theico \vo������t 80 ohaina t'l pinco of (H-lli-  nioiioomont, coutaiuiu). <U0 luros, moro  Of  lt'SI*!.  Scribod oii po������t TF T'a N ,W e >mor.  THOMAH FltKllKlttCK rAHKKH,  Dun Claik, Agont.  D4������d DJconiher 10th, 1910  NOTICE Is hnreby tlvan (hat on tha (Irat  day of Deoetnbrr next appliaation will bn  made to the Biiperintendont of Proriurlal  l-slioa, Vloloila, for ths renewnl of the ho.  tel lioanie to sell Ininnra by retail in lhe  hotel known un tha Port Aaguita hotel, lit  aateil at Oouioi, H. C. J, 111 Ioi'.m us,  Datod Ootobor 11,1010.  Ual  NOTIOK ia hereby given that on tba flrat  day of D.sjomlsu ueat application will ba  mid* to the Hitperintaasiont of I'mrincia!  Polion, Vioioria. ter the ronewal of tha hotol liuenasj In tell liqoors by retail iu the  hots] known an the L'irue hotel, lUuiiti'd st  ("om<x, H.*' i.otttaca M Ct.ifik.  Datta (JotuUir 11, IO10,  RUPBrtTLANDDfHTiaOT  Dlstrii't of UtipM't.  TAKE NOTIUE thut (���������enrgo Olrtua La  rooqno Miller, of V'unoouvtr, ll.C, meuh>  anioal on t inter, iiitouds to itpply for ptrmis*  aion to ptttoliiiHO the follow g doionbotl  lnnd*:���������Ooinmtoui.sK at 11 ptitpluuted one  mile oiut of tlio 1 orth * cat oornor ot *Srot-  ion 18, Townahip U, thenoe eitit 80 obninr,  ihenoenor h 40oh'iiisi, theiao vnt 80  ohnins, thonco anaih 40 i-h-iua to plnco  of ooinmenoouiitit, ooutlliuing. il'20 uoroi*,  moio or l������s, ��������� ���������   .    ��������� ��������� ���������  Horilwd on post OCLM ������ 8\V eotlier,  UKOUOU Clll'lTN LAii'icquieMii.i.RU,  Dhii Clark, A*._ont.  Dnted Doiombnr tfOth, 1010   ^UUrEKT LAND .DIBTRICT.  ,*���������''.,-���������      DiHtriot ot Ruport,  T-AKIC nolicotlmt Hurry I'mtcn  Archibultl of Vortcouvor, IV 0 , oic  K������UW(, UtttiilUisH t-> AH'ly f������>f |i<-tuiio  ���������ionlo^tirohHPe Iho following do  aorilied Utidii~Commanding ������t  ������  post plhiited 4 chnina north of li! M  Lcoion'n aot\l)>)>'oat cornor,  tl������o������ioo  norti. 40 chitl'n**, lhen������u weat  40  oht'na,  thenre  nouth  *I0 chnint.  thenco ������nrt *10el)uini to  |>litoo  of  commennmiftnf.    conlaining   USO  ncrei, mor or lost*.  Scribed on p <������t H.P.A.'a S.K. cor  IIariiv VKxrr.s AnnrrrurA  D.in (:iiiiltt-ii'..ut.  Dated Doc  ll'.l., IU10,  Cook's Cotton Root Compound;  Thrt ftreab Uterlna Tonle, and  Ijr  into  etwutna! Monthly      T....v-           mi  wniy L.._       inegulntoron which women oao  tepwid. tMolsVln threo uswreoa    , on. rscclpt 01  mpblct, Audi  ^41ii4"H������t''s*H<-M*l"l'14"t'H"l''lt  'm  0  0  0  (fl  i  <  I  (1  ������  i.  &  4)  c  3)  '1  0  T3  O  p  CD  C  xi,  H  '7i  '.n  . m* ,  C     in  c  <D  B  o  U  ������>  CJ  4ml  d  ������fl  ���������r,  Um  QJ  yj  0/0  <  b/5  c  t 9*m  a*ma\  m?  U  (*  I  O  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupejft**,.  TAKE notice ;htt Edna Fisber-1  Spencer of Alumeds; Cal., mnrried  woman, intends  to apply for per*  mission to pure hn>e the following;  deBcrihed Unda:���������  Coimcencing nt a post plaoled-  at the eouth weat corner of Section  2 Township 21, thence eaat 8&  chains, thence north 80 chains^  thence west SO fthaina, thence toyih.  80 chains to placo of commencement,'containing (i-fO acres more Or  leas. .*"-*���������  Screed' on p0?t E.P.Pi'a S W.cor..  K������NA  FlSHEU SpKNCEft  Dan Clark, Agent.  J^J^:Peq4mbe|J&h,.]J0LlQ._   ��������� ������������������������������������IH I ������������������������������������.������������������,        . ���������-!<.!,������������������        tpi  .    S������,_|.���������,,tN ^  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  . Distiict of Rupert.  TAKE notice that HahleaAahby-  of Vancouver, B.C .married tvornan  intends to a pply for pfrmi-'sion  re  'purchase the   followitij.*; .deicrih^d  larida:������������������  Cominencingat a poat planted,  nt.the somh ma>. cornor of Section  3, Township 21, thenco nootb IMV  ohaina,- thonce weat 80 ch.-*!'****,  tlienoce nouth 80 chaiua, therire)  oiiBt 80.chains tn plaos of commencement, eonutiting 640 ncrea  more or lesa  Soribed on post, Ti A.'a S.E, cor,  Haidkk Abhbv  Dan Clark, Agent.  Dated December 16th; 1910.  ...1r--r        -  _.____.��������� _y   ... {   _   mmm"'\ I,,   |) irtanB.i^  RUPERT LAND'DUTRIOT'  District of Rnpert,  TAKE NOTICE that Lillian Hher*perd,  of v������noouver, B, C, tnarri-jd woman |n������.  tends to suply'for porm'saion to purehaeo.,  tho following d soribed lan������)e;���������Commen  emg at a po*,t plantmi ut tho oonth osnt  eurn������r of 8*-oMoti 24, Township 31, thi-nce  north 80 ohnins, thene*) wost 80 ohnins,  thonoo oou^h 80 ohnin**, ihenoA eaat 80  oli'iiiH t'i placo of commtnoncemeut, oob->  tni sinn 040 acres, morn or lest.  Bo".b������.don puBt LS'h .H.R, coruer*  LlJ.WAN SUICPPAJKD.  Dun Clath, A(|ent.  T)at������l December 13tb, 19i0,  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot of Rttport,  TAKE NOTICK thai*. William Wndmna  Sheppard,  of   VaneocTor,    B, C.(   nab.,  inot maker, intondu to apply for pertnin*  hIoii ts purohiiimtho followingdeeerll>eti  UniUi-ComiiioticidR nt a peat planted nna  mils west of tli*louthesut corner of flection 24, Tewn������hlp 21,  tbonos norlh WI  oh ina, tbenoo w*at 10 ehaina,  tbo*,00  south 80 obtiiwa, thencu enut 80 chaina to  plaoo of ootmui-ooomoht, eonUining 640  sortM, more or 10 a.  Horlhod 01 po.t W w H'a R B, corner,  WiLiitAM W4UMAM RnaiTAjin,  Lid Clurk, ^gsnt.  Uaitd l>ee������n.her IStb, 10(0.  rupkuTlani)DISTRIOT  District of Ru*.ort.  TAKE NOTICE tlut WilHnm Kond.  riok Tavltoi', of Vaiioouvs*r B.C, roimuliM'inr  er������ n^ent, ititot.ila to npply in nvrml ������l<'������i  to purt-hniu liofs.llsiwis.s_f itiBoribod lnnd*:  I'omstVnMnjf lit   *   p'i*t.  pi a >\ to I nl-siMit i  iisilo s nit of thu itoriliwiatoorntr of hoc  tis n Id, i'owisa ip H, ti.������uoe<aat6H)obaitm  tl Oiioi* outli 80 < htln , thiino* wost 80  idiHin**. here*) nor li 80 (>ln.i s tr, plnot. r.f  (���������omnieiic*m*nt, 001 tninintf 010 ior* a  ini-r** nr 'oan.  Horl 01 u t)o������t WKTh N.W. c-rus������rt  Wji.i.iam Kknukick TAHKIOt,  11.11s ('lark, Adcnt,  l)iit.*d I) c������ iW110 h, 1510,  1  ������  UUI'litTLAKDDWrUlOt  >* Dstilct, I Hu* iff,  TAKK NOTICK thai ;.-sl*i.:i* W-*>n������i-'*  Ion e, nl Va-ti������ .*,s*, h, 1. , t.'.-.  ol rlt, Intend* t������ ������ptily for p*uns ii<.i Is-  U.Oll.il.l' |iH fs.',...** i j.; ti 1). <,') ,( mm .1 ,... .  ' '��������� ii'til'*tiil'tti; tt ������ ]* nl. plbfsto * a it* ; '<������  *il*M '��������� l-lif ��������� t' .vi t   t.  ;*5. 't   *X v������,i(,    '',*'  th<* (���������<��������� ������i'i tn H0 H'SiiuH   tu'f.t'ss o^t  **  >*U in** Mi ic    ti--!t.i Ui ijbkhi**, *'������������������;���������  iv*������Ml  HO h 1 ���������*,  <��������� l������la������*s  fsf   (.*iUlif.it :.J  mi* l.rsi lntnit({(UOior*vuo a.   it.**,  Hvtib .*��������� sin ts. *.t tM'������ N v. v������ii-i������r,  l**������W.t,A MnMUIoUSft, ,  -t)sin<lMk, Aflwtut,  I) t"ll).oiui,b.t Uiih, VJ50  ���������H-H4������l-W������H^H-lrJ',t^H4-H( ���������:?  5 *  ��������� .vv,i nifiT,i.iriniinfi,riii  n^  I������iWI>..I)i1..*iISi i  ���������J?  THE   NEWS,.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH. COLUMBIA.  CSBUtWfli  FAMOUS COURTS-MARTIAL  Mothers, do you realize the  importance of caring for baby's  tender, ^.easily irritated skin?  Neglect or unsuitable methods  may give rise to simple rashes  or tiny sores. Torturing, disfiguring humors follow and  threaten to become permanent.  Not only is Cuticura Soap, the  purest and sweetest for baby's  bath but, assisted by Cuticura  Ointment, it affords the  speediest and most economical  method of clearing baby's skirt  and scalp of eczemas, rashes,  itchings and irritations, and of  establishing a permanent condition of skin.'and., hair health.  Cuticura Soap and Ointment arc eold by  druggists everywhere. Potter Dru,. ic Otiem.  Corp., Bole Prope, Boston, Mass. Scad lor .ree  Cutscuia Book on Use caro oi skin and scalp.  TANNING AND FUR  ������������������DBESSING RECIPES  By An'Old  Hand.  or dress  all  light fur  How to tan  sMi**s, such as mink, musknit, weasel,  ftjLvyfisher, lynx eat, &c.; how to tan  dcsg skins, sheep skins, wolf skins,  badger, &c.; for mats, rugs, robes,  gauntlets, &c; how'to dye sheep skin  mats any desired shade; how to remove the grease from furs or fur skins  without wetting the skin, making the  fur as clean iind lively as new; how to  clenn white fur, such as thibet, angora,. white rabbit, &c, making them  as white nnd':''fresh as new; how to  tan cow and horse hides for coats,  robes, &c; how to make easily and  quickly a. good tough leather for repairing harness and general use on  the farm; how to care fot hides and  skins, that are to be sold, and-how to  sell them to get the most money for  them.' .-"���������.'���������  Any of the above recipes will he  Rent to any ndilress on receipt of 50  cents, or the booklet complete for  $2.00, Address*.  :      .AN  OLD  HAND,  Box 363, Winnipeg, Man,  m9mW_  Wlllrodacc tiiilnniod, iti-nliied,  iwo'lon Tendons, t,l|;rununli,  ptiiuulou or ItrulsjsBi, Cure n the  l.ssmsnisoH ������nd Stop pnin Om ������  Spllist,81de J J on������i or Uiiisn SpuvJii  No tstiatnr, uo Imlr guns*.. Uoruo ci-.il be  liHod, Hone Book 2 D frco, I'J.oo ������  bullion,! iltislsirti or slnllvorusl.  AItHOHItIM!:���������TK.,MrmiiTiVlnd,*l.  Ilouncei StrsMnod Torn Xsigiiiuotitsi.Kn.  lurgssd bUtisIi, vo'rs������ or lminclun���������heuli  uloari���������������U������yi twin,   Hook Kri'ft.  W. F. YOUNG. P, D. r\, 137 Temnln B*., Snrlnnflcld, M������88.  ***     I.Yim'B, Kit,, Ifositrtll, Cssnattltus As������������ti.  Am (Virsslsli|.<l Isjr"UAHTIK 1IOI.K t, WYNMK (Ml,, Wlisntjirsrl  1*111* XITIUJUI, DKI.'I * (!UK*IIC.tr, CO., Wins Is*. * Vll.  fury, ss.������i.l HUt-UltttUUii BUOl, CO., Ud��������� immtit,  Incidents That  Have  Roused  Ire of  Britons.  The public interest that was nrous-  ed by the recent court-martial on  Lieut Sutor, considerable thoush it  wns,, was as nothing hv comnarison  with the fever of excitement into  whioh the country was thrown some  time back by a court-martial on two  young "officer's'of the 40th Regiment,  named Perry and Greer, says Pear-  so"'.-* Weekly.  These young men were unmercifully "ragged" by 'he other oilieers. and,  because thev, dared -to attempt to de-  fend themselves with, "their fists in  tho good old Rncrli'sh fashion, they  were cour't-m'nrtinlled, and their-army  careers ruined,  Or; at.least they would have V****.->n  ruined, but for the public outcry that  ensued. The press took up their  ease, and not a newspaper in the  country hut what was upon their side..  Even The Times broke with "all,, its  traditions, and bitterly denounced  the military authorities, warning  ,them in a most remarkable and outspoken leading article that the temper of tho people was such that murder .would probnblv be done unless  Messrs. Perry and Greer were vre-  instated.  Meanwhile no otficer nf the 46th  dared show himself in uniform in the  streets of Windsor, where the regiment Was stationed, and even officers  of other corps, who had nothing directly to do with the, affair, became  the objects of gibes and jeers of tlu  populace. Eventually, however, the  sentences were reversed, and quiet  'thereby restored.  Another sensational court-martial  was that in which a certain Cantain  Robinson was the principal figure.  This also was a "ragging" case, but  unlike Messrs. Perry and Greer, Mr.  Robinson made no attnmpt to defend  'himself while he was being "ragged";  so, as it was determined 1o hound  him from the service, he was tried  on a charge of "submitting to mi-  gentlemanly conduct by his brother  officers."  To the ordinary civilian mind it  seems as if the officers who had been  guilty of the ungentlemanly conduct  were the blameworthy parties rather  than the one who under compulsion  submitted to it, but this was not the  light that the army authorities regarded the matter in. After a trial  lasting thirtv days they found the  prisoner guilty, and the usual sentence of dismissal was pronounced;  but again the public arose in its  wrath, and once, more the sentence  was annulled.  A quite different type of conrt-  martial~but"one" that"aroust*d~fi"lly-  as much general inteiest, was that  which sat at Chatham for the trial of  Colonel Templar, chiof inspector of  the Army School of Military Balloon-  incr, on a charge of having sold secret  information to a foreign Government.  The evidence was of the most sensational description, but it pointed con-  clusively to others as being the rpal  guilty parties, and Colonel Templar,  after having been honorably acquitted, was publicly handed back his  sword umid scenes of frantic enthusiasm.  Black memories cluster round the  court-martial that was assembled at  Kingstown, Jamaica, by Governor  Wall, for the trial of Sergeant Armstrong. The prisoner was charged  with mutiny, but his real offence  seems to have been that he had incurred the enmity 'of Wall, a harsh  martinet.     ���������   '  Tho sentence was eight hundred  lashes, and the flogging was inflicted'  with such merciless severity, Wall  himself standing by nnd urging the  (loggers to do their utmost, that the  unhappy man died soon afterwords,  Wall fled, and hid himself for twenty  yours, but ho was brought to trial in  tho end, and being found guilty of  murder was hanged in London in the  presence of some forty thousand poo.  j-lo, who shriokod imprecations upon  him.  ACHES,  PAINS  AND RHEUMATISM?  Zam-Buk Will Give You Ease.  Have you had a bad attack of "gen-  i oral aching"? You know the feeling.  Limbs ache, muscles seem to have  become tired out,yoair back aches,  now and again a twinge of rheumatism strikes you here and,there. Your  ; chest feels tight, there is a pain be- J  tween your shoulders, and altogether  you heed toning up. ������  Cold is responsible for this condition, and a vigorous application of  Zam-Iiuk will put you right: Take a  hot bath, if possible, and then tub  your chest and the aching limbs well  with Zani-lluk. _,���������������������������'.,���������������������������.  Mrs. B. Gorie, 76'-Berkeley St., Toronto, writes: "I cannot speak too  highly of Znni-Buk. * A; few weeks ago  I was suffering from a bad cold,  which had settled in my throat, chest  and limbs. I tried all kinds of remedies, new and old, and found very  little relief until I used Zam-Buk.  On applying this to my throat and  chest I found such ease and relief  from the tightness and soreness I determined to use only Zam-Buk. I also  rubbtd it on my limbs where I felt  the rheumatic pains. In three days  from the time I first began applying  Zam-Buk' 1 was free from the cold in  my throat and chest, and also the  rheumatism in my limbs."  Zam-Buk will also be found a sure  cure for cold sores, chapped hands,  frost bites, ulcers, blood poison, varicose sores, piles, scalp sores, ringworm, inflamed ."patches, babies'  eruptions and chapped places, cuts,  burns, bruises and skin injuries generally. All druggists and stores sell  i>t 50c. box, or post free from Zam-  Buk Co., Toronto, upon receipt of  price. Avoid harmful imitations and  substitutes.'  His Explanation  Eddie Foy has a youngster who is  at what the women call the "cute"  age. The other day his mother looked all over for ��������� a comb, and finally  discovered it in a basin of water.  "Now," she said to Foy, junior,  "what do you suppose tliat comb was  doing in that water?"  Foy, junior, ignored the suspicion.  "It 'us prob'ly washm' its teeth," he  replied.���������New York Telegraph;  Absent-Minded  The elevator conductor of a tall office building, noticing that the colored janitor had ridden up with him  several times that mbrninu, remarked: "Sum, this is the fifth time I  have taken you up, but you have not  come down with me," "Well, you  see," Sum replied, "Ah been washm'  windows on de "'leventh floor,- and  every now and agin Ah misses mah  hold and falls out."���������Chicago- News.  ,, ."Wlio is that man at the next table  with that, downcast, sad, resigned expression?" asked the guest at the  cjub.  '"I don't recall his name," replied  the host, "but he is cither a Republican or married to a suffragette; one  can hardly tell them apart nowadays.���������Life.  BEADY FOB USE  IN ANY QUANTITY  For making SOAP, softening water, removing old  punt, disinfecting sink*,  cloiots?, and drains and  for many other purposes.  A can equals 20 lbs. Sal  Soda. Useful for five  hundred purposes.  Sold EvaryVhera  1. W. Cillelt Co., Lid.  Tinstf*, sjat.  GSLLETTS  ._.  PERFUMED  MADE    IN  CANADA  "Yres," said the specialist, as he  stood nt the bedside of the miserable millionaire; "I can cure you."  "But what will it, cost?" c^yne feebly from the lips of the sick man.  The specialist made a swift mental  calculation. "Ninety-five dollars,"  was his anwser.  "Can't you shade your figure a little?" wailed the other. * "The undertaker's bid is much less."���������Lippin-  cott's.  Pain Flees Before it.���������There is more  virtue in a bottle of Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil as a subduer of pain  than in gallons of other medicine.  ���������The public know this and there are  few, households throughout the country where it cannot bo found, Thirty  years of use lias familiarized the people with it, and made it a household  medicine throughout the western  world.  Wait Till She's Older .  On her sixth birthday Ethelberta's  father gave her a little ring with a  tiny pearl in it. Not- very long after  ithat,' she appeared in lier father's  office, looking very woebegone.  -  "O, daddy," she said, "I've lost the  little pill out of my ring!"���������Phila-*  delphia Ledger.  "Do you' think we have heard the  worst of the discords in our party?"  "Not yet," replied the musical man.  "Just wait till our gl>e club gets to  practising."���������Washington  Star.  Commencing Operations  The Millionaire���������Doctor, is it absolutely necessary, to remove my appendix?  "Not absolutely necessary, but it is ,  safer to begin with some simple operation like that."���������Life.  Lesson in  Etiquette  "T was ashamed of you at that  dinner last- night; you made so much  noise drinking your tea."  "Why, 1 was only sipping it. It  was hot."  "I should say you wore gargling.  Why didn't you pour it into your  saucer,- the way I did?"���������Atchison  Globe.  Minard's^ Liniment   Cures   Distemper  "Now I'll take your temperature,"  said the doctor to a Hebrew pp.tient.  "You can't, ma tear man! Every-  dink vos in ma wife's name."  A man would rather go to the dentist, _th_an__gp____shppping_ with __his_wife,  and.she would rather scrub the floor  than listen lo his ideas on politics.  ' The  bruin,  Ouynt,  in felt,  Pnuemonia and Constipation are  always preceded by an ordinal y cold.  Hamlin's Wizard Oil rubbed into the  chest, draws out the ��������� inflammation,-  breaks up the cold and. prevents all  serious trouble.  While more prevalent in winter,  when sudden changes in the weather  try tho strongest constitutions, colds  and coughs and ailments of the  throat may come in any season. . At  the first s:ght of derangement use  Bickle's Anl.i-Consumntive Syrup.  Instant relief will be expo.reneed, andll11-1  use of the medicine until tho cold11  disappears will protect the lungs from  attack. For anyone with throat or  chest weakness it cannot be surpassed.  Sand   Blast as  Polisher  ��������� The sand-blast as a polisher is now-  followed by the simple air-blast (says  Science Sittings). The erosive power,  of course, is not so great, but when  the articles to be cleaned or finished  are~-placed-nn~-a"basket-ii-iTar-rapidly  driven centrifugal machine, and hot  air is blown from a pipe through the  basket, a high polish is imparted  rapidly and efficiently.  Minard's   Liniment  Cure   Diphtheria,  . Isaacs���������S'help   mc,     ma  nefev see sich a trick before.  Brain in tho Stomach  suilnr ploxtiH Ls thu emotional  snys I'rofi'HKor FinneoiH  An -'motion tlmt, iiUnoks us i  tliern, lirst, Thus, if we fcnl  anxiety it, may givo n.s, if Hover*-,  Jt- positive HUinmoh nelu',���������Dotr.d't.  News.  It tiilo'H ii Woodward .nvi'tmo "gonl-  lomiui to (Inc-riiniiiiiti-, YeHtnrdny we  miw inn* lot live women hIiiikI in it  our while I in kept li t h m-iit until a  pretty young thing got on, when In*  giilliuilly roH" and unhci*i*<| hor lo his  place,���������Detroit Free Pros'*,  Youth (who i.s undor tlio itnpr'Hsion  thiif. ho linn impivHrti'i] fho witilrosH,  who is looking iibnoiil-iiiindi*illy, ut  him)~~A p'iniiy for your UioiightH,  flortjo.  Wnitres'!* T -"n*1 ju������t *i"oi\ft'*rln;*  if ynu worn a Ktoiik pudding or a  hoiied rabbit.  K!aa.*ir'-::T,|.!|J'- r:.m-"**- LLUJn-jiitTfJi.'i.'.'.'B  KIDNEY/  ������ii \*\- "#nr *m- i -'- ""^  Request That Won Reprieve,  Tho release of Edward O'Brien  from Portland, just nnnnunced, recall**  n romarkablo point put forward in his  dofonoo when ho was triod in Liverpool in November, 1805, for tho inur-  dor of Sarah Jonkinson, 'u domestic  servant. Evidence was given that ho  had three murks of depression of the  skull and thut people in thnt ntuto  wore moro oimily influenced hy nlco-  hoi than others. Tho jury without  leaving the box found him guilty nnd  .JuHtieo Collins passed sentence of  'loath. Then the prisoner iistonishcd  thn court by tho following roquodt:  "My lord, nftor I am hanged and  dono for will you allow my bond to ho  sent to the Inllrmory to bo examined  us to tho wounds on It?" *   ���������  The judgo remained silent. A ro-  priovo soon followod.--Loiidon livou-  lng Standard.  Oldham's Lady Mayor.  "Through no effort on my part  wealth oamo to mo, and I havo considered it my boundon duty, m woll  n.s a plonHuro, to expend Homo of it  for tho good of tho town," Thus Mrs*,  (J, li. Loos, who ImB been elected by  tho Oldham Town Council to tako the  mayoral chair ior tliu coronation yea**  lur lliat Uiwii, cxi>\u\rut\ )wr mtiiiy  benefaction** recently The widow of a  wealthy Oldham manufacturer, hIio  haa acquired tho distinction of being  Iho ilr.st woman to ho placed at tho  head of tho muhioipal affairs of an  lnijsortitui Hiwu. ftii*' ih ui.'ii i-ii������ siiuy  woniaii on whom tho freodom������ol Old.  hum has boon conforrod, ami wus the  first woman towu councillor in Luiv  otiHhiru.  The Major's Tip.  When Major Banks wna the beat  known figure around the race, tracks**  of Cincinnati and the middle west lie  was-extremely generous iu tipping off  his friends to "sure winners." One  man who enjoyed his confidence und'  pluybd the horses according to tbe major's ndvlce lost nil his ready money  and finally micoeedod in reducing lilm*  wolf to the point where lie had to soil  out Ills grocery huslncsH,  Ono afternoon, following tho placing  gf his last ton dollar note as the major  advised,-he cunght Bunks by the arm  nnd said tragically;  "Major, -you've mndo me lope my Inst  cent. I'm a pauper, and my wife and  fninily are pnictlcully starving, I am  now about to go down to the river and  drown myself,  It's all ovor for me."  "All right." nnswercd Bunks, "hut In  the event ,vqti cliunge yonr mind meet  tno hero nt >'' o'clock tomorrow after  noon. I think I'll tin vo something good  for you."��������� Kxelmngo.  Kongo Tattooing.  In tho Kongo colonies of Belgium  both men uud women nre tattooed according to tlieir HtntUH In society, A  woman of high custo will have a design not unlike n siounvo Jacket worked upou hor hack, nnd it would seem  thnt tlio tiatlvo Is as content with this  mode of covering us If It wore it Httl)**  Btltuto for clothing., By Injecting tho  Julco of certain herbs tho scara left by  tho tattooing process rotnln n swollen  nppoaranco, giving the ofToct of bus-  rollof work. Tho thot'tts of tho neneln  nro generally used uu n noedlo, whllo  n cortuln blnck clay la used as n coloring medium.  tear, I  He come  inter my shop and he say, "Isaacs,"  ' ei sny, "I vn.nl a coat." And' when T  fits him with tlie best in the place,  he tu>n and das'i out into** th3 street,  and I nofer see him no more.  Aaron���������Ah, 1 suppose it was one. of  your famous "cut away" coats that  he went with.  No matter how deep-rooted the com .  or wart may be, it must yield to.Hol-  iow'uy's Com Cure if used as directed.  Love is  what a woman  wants before marriage and much harder after- ���������  ward.  far  DISTEMPER  Pink Eye, e������!z������o**t������,  Shipping Fever,  ���������nd Catorrhal fever.  Sure cure and positive preventive, no matter how horses at any age arst  infected or "expose.l.'- Liquid, "given on tho tongue, acts on the Blood and  Glands, expels (he poisonous ecrriss from the body. Cures Distemper ln Dogi  and Sheep, and Cholera in Poultry. Largest selling live stock remedy. Cures  La Grippe among human beings and is a 6ne kidney remedy, soc and fi ���������  bottle; ������6 and ������ii a dozen. Cut this out. Keep it. Show it to your druggist,  who will get it for you.   Free Booklet, ' Distemper. Causes and Cures." /  , DISTRIBUTORS���������ALL WH6LE8ALE DRUQQI8T8  SPOHN MEDICAL CO. CieolsU its) Oicltrislinlsi*. GOSUEIMNI., U.SJsV.  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In tlie same way they  relieve or cure Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headaches, Rheumatism and other common ailments,  In the fullest senso of tho words  Dr. MorRo's Indian Root Pills are,  A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY  i ��������� f  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada.  We Carry in StocK Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our StocK.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  the West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.     :     :  Order From  Nearest Branch  ���������J*-.1*!  W, N.' U., No. 827.  Yachtsman Judg-i.  Two years, ago Lord .l-i-'ti<*" Fh'tch-  er   sM oul ton   bought   a  UO-von   yacht,  witli   ils'el'hf.iixs*   nnd   neeoniihodatism  iifssr  wix   pen-iln,  on   Imanl   which   ho i  Iiiih miico (-pent tho Long Vacation, !  cruising  on  tho   French   and   Dutch i  coiidtH and   up   the   great  ctiuttU of |  tho*** countries.   His crow c.mni,st.!* of j  hia  M-cr<*tary nf, en pi ain,  hn butler ���������  an steward, bin two Hiniiffpii-g n** on.  gin-'Vrs-, and hi*-.'London chef as cook,  while Bir .John himself taken his turn  at the-wheel and londs a willing hand  In tho general working- of fho yacht.  Lnndor's Temper.  Walter*Havnpe Latulor, thn poet,  was n man of the most irascible torn-  jvr. Augu.-.tu.! ITiir**, who knew !ii*n  well, biivb thnt he hr,**, seen him take  a pheasant up hv tho Iprs when it  iwas brought to the tnhlo and throw  it into the hack of the flre over the  head of tho Rcrvimt in attendance,  He was vory particular nbout bin  *!].'*"'T:^ *itj'! it *.*'.'!" ^*,-'*r 0'":"S" *!*.'*i  hifi violent cxjiIosiotiH of anger timml-  ly took plnco. M tho nam*? timo, we  aro aftfttirtvl that nothing rould bo  moro oourtootiR than hif* manner to  IiIh gnoBt, nnd thin wns im marked  towards nn ignnrnnt schoolboy as  towards hiu mo,*'! (llHtingii<-*hrvl vi*������l������  tor, Hifl conversation, whilo cnlcu-  lnt/yl to put nil hi* vis-Horn nt th.'ir  riisv* and draw out tlieir hi*Ht point**,  wa������ always** wiw, chivalrous*, pttri������  nnd witty, I.ntidor wn������ eonlonvstn-  ntiHly indifferent to the conventissnal-  It4i*rt of drew*. "He revr Isouirht imvt*  now elothot*.." fluid Mr. Hnre. "awl  n chimney sveep would have been  nohnmofl to wear hit. soul, whicli wan  nlwnyH the same a-* long ns I know  hlrn, though it in no wnv detracted  from bin mnjefttic nnd lion-Uko up  ���������carancc."  mmm^  Concrete Sidewalks are Safe. Sightly and  Everlasting  UMBER used In damp places and on  |_____ wet ground���������at, for instance, in walks  ���������hns n very short life.    It ref-ttlre.i  almost constant repairing-and, in a  ' 'few years, needs replacing.  Concrete, on the other hand, improves  with age, and the very dampness which de-  " stroys lumber calls out the best qualities of  the cement by making it harder and harder  ���������until neither time nor  traffic can affect it.  The best of wooden  walks keep getting  out of repair, and are  a continual menace to  life and limb. They  are also a frequent  source of expensive  doctor bills and lost  time. Then again,  they tre likely to eat  tip  the original  coat  in repairs before they are replaced. *  Concrete walks are sightly, everlasting  and safe. They cost less to build and need  no repairing nor pitituiug,  Write for our frtt .book, "WTkM the  Farmer Can Do With Concrete."  It tells in plain, simple language, how  you can save money on farm construction  by using cement for Barns,  Dairies,   ������������������:'  i-ounciaiions, Fence i'osts,  \ roughs,  Feeding  Floors,  Hitching  Posts,  Stalls, Silos, Stairs, and so forth.  The Book is well illustrated  with photographs, olans and  diagrams.    Fill  out  the  coupon or  to-aay.  Simply ar)<  Canada Cement  Msalt.J  81-80 NtHatiil DuV  BulldlM  M*u<r*������al THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  BV  DREAMERS    and    sentimentalists  call ours nn iconoclastic age.  It is undoubtedly true that ln  the stress of positive duties and  In the face of stern facts we have not  time to dally with superstitious fancies  and     Imaginary     obligations.  In   '.the  middle of the last century a great poet  "set the pace" for thought and action:  Life is real; llfo Ib earnest.  In the last lines of the grand psalm  he shouts the war-cry of that real and  earnest life:  Trust no future, howe'er pleasant;  Lot tho dead past bury Its dead.  . .Act! act! ln the living present,  Heart within, and God overhead.  That is the keynote of my. motherly  chat today with my dearly .beloved constituents,  whom the  ten years of ��������� our  close companionship  have ripened  Into   .  kindred.  One of the "good old customs," the  passing of which is lamented by the  ��������� above-mentioned sentimental dreamers,  is the habit of making New Year reso- .  hit Ions. Our strenuous common-sensible day laborer^ (all real workers are  that!) smiles Incredulously when assured that the practice was enjoined  upon Christians by the pulpit, and the  duty to obey the injunction inculcated  by pious mothers upon their offspring,  in that hoary and "' moss-grown  "long ' ago." It mattered . not that  tb6_o New Year resolutions to turn over  a fresh leaf and to record thereupon, In  the sight of high 'heaven, the bettered '  thought and''purpose, were invariably  broken and the very memory of them'  lost before the next first day of January,.:"  drove the backslider to a repetition of  th&'farco. It was ','the thing" to plan a  moral and ; spiritual housecleaning. ,on  New Year's da.*,, when the rest of the  bills came in.' *  Frajikiln must have.had the fashion in  mind when he suggested to his thrifty .  father to say grace over the whole, hair���������  ���������rel--of~pork*when-it~was.~packed-dpwnr^  Instead   of  doing  it  by  driblets   three...  times a day.     Jie sure the boy had ,a  strong bias a>t that tender age   for the  economy that came out in force in "Poor  Richard's Almanac." /  I would not speak irreverently of the  birthday of another year, Another poet  of the last century���������George D. Prentice���������  in his magnificent lines upon "The Closing Year," reminds ui  that���������  Tt ts a time (or memory and for tears.  Becauso memories that will not down ���������  press the tears from hearts and oyes, I  would direct saddened souls in the dawn  of another cycle to look forward,- We  talked together of "royal renders" some  weeks ago, Now, If ever, is the rallying aeaaon for theso.     x   , -'   "  Every Hohoolboy knows tlio story of  Balboa, tho Spanish advonturor who  Immortalized his name' by being the  'first of European explorers to climb the,  pealcs of Darlon and to, look from that  "height upon the Pacific ocean. Behind  him (loaned in the sun tho tributar'es  of tho Atlantic, over which ho had voy-,  ag-sxl in the wild hopo of soolng the  othor side of tho world, Perils, hard-  Bhips, tho travail of soul and the suffer-  MARION IIARLAND  ing of tho body -were forgotten in that  ecstatic hour. Ills namo and that supreme moment are forever linked in history with the peaks of Darlen.  Dear children! we stand today upon  heights overlooking; a vaster sea and  one yet more strange to us than tho  wldo stretch of tho western ocean was  to the rapt voyager, We leave behind us  the unueglnnlng spaces of eternity past.  Beforo us widens eternity to come, The  sixteenth 'century adventurer, In Imitation . of the greater discoverer of  "    "Fourtoon Hundred and NInoty-two,"  knelt and took possession of the new  sea and the shores bounding it In the  name of Ills king. Prom our mountain  top we behold what is already the empire of ou,r sovereign���������"The earth ��������� is  the Lord's, and the fullness thereof."  Yet the era upon which we are entering  is something wOiich never, "was" beforo  and that never will be again,  , When your brain has stilled from tho  thrill of that mighty thought shall wo  not tako counsel together for a littlo  while us to the part each of us is to  play in the space appointed to him or to  her In that illimitable future? And just  horej Is where what might be called the  gospel of detail���������the royal roader'e principle ���������of living and working and thinking by the single and present day���������  comofl into play. If wo are appalled by  the consciousness of our own Insignificance;-If we see mankind as tiny Insects afloat upon that "wide, wide sea,"  lot us bethink ourselves of the blessed  truth that we'are to sail but one wave  at a time. We have nothing to do  to the rapt voyager. We leave behind us  who hae brought us thus  far on  the  those tU.it beat the air. Hundreds haves ���������  losi positions that j-eemed secure. Moro  have felt the fetters" of debt contracted  because U was a simple impossibility to  mako one dollar do tho work of two.  Housemothers have pi own old under  the stress of that same problem. One  said to me yesterday:  "It is always the same story: 'Unto  him that hath shall be given.' My husband lost, through no fault of his, a  situation he had held with honor for  fifteen years. The head of the firm had  u brother-in-law whism he wished to put  Into Harry's plaoe. lie picked a quarrel  with my husband for that reason and  none other. That man rides to his placo  of biwlness ovory morning In hU motorcar. Last summer he took his wife  abroad and 'did' the continent In his  own machine. Wc have used up tlio  small sum we had put away toward a  rainy dny ami Harry has Just scouted  a situation after six months' agonnced  search for one. ills' salary is hall" ot*  that we had for twelve years and the  price of living ls twice as great. Napoleon snid Providence is on the side of  the army that has the biggest guns. In  our country tlie Lord sides with thoso  that have most money."  If 1 we-ie io reveal the secrets of  the confessional in which scores of other  women have poured out to me talcw as  sad nnd misanthropy as bitter, this  would be a dark page. For them the  year of our Lord 11)10 has been like the  very Valley of the Shadow of Death.  Would, to heaven I could set every one  of these upon the sunlit peaks of Darlen  and turn the wan eyes toward a bright- ���������  ** enlng horizon!  To each my motherly counsel is:  First, and above all else, hold fast to  your faith in the Father's wisdom and  love for you���������you, personally and individually! You may not know what is  for your best and truest good. He  does! With this persuasion bound, upon  the falling heart, grasp the "next duty"  with both hands and take short' views  of life.     .  A clever New Engk J tale, by the  author of "Cape Cod Folks," Introduces  us to one who was a royal roader  ���������without knowing It. She' had three  pairs of glasses for daily use. . One  pair she named her "nigh-tos"; a second, "mejums"; the third,  "fur-offs.  Wn Dn well tn wear the "nlsrh-tos'  when the purse is light and food is  lear. Have you ever thought why the  handiwork of short-sighted people is.  oroverbially neat? Seeing little be-  s'ond what is In their fingers and 'close  :o their eyes, their attention does not  wander to distracting objects. There is  i moral lesson In that. Look for It!  ��������� One of the most charming sketches  that have appeared in a periodical for  many a day ls George S. Merriam's  "Recollections'! of his dear friend Edward Everett Hale, published last November. Its it we have Doctor Hale's itfe  ���������terprenition'of *his^celeb"r-aie"d7"iOTr**'m6t'ss  toes for everyday living:  ljook up, nnd not down; i  Look   forward,   and   not  hack  Look out, and  not in;  Lend a hand.  Said the lover of his kind:  "They  nre just  a modern version of  Paul's  'Faith,  hope and   charity.'    To  look up,   anil  not  down���������that  Is  faith.  1    To look forward, and not back���������that is  hope.   To look out, and not In���������that ts  [     charity in  thought.   To lend a  hand-  that Ib charity  in  action,"  The translation was' beautiful in  thought. How the grand old man lived  It out to lhe latest hour of his beneficent earthly pilgrimage a gratefu#  country will  not   forget.  Willi this Familiar Tulle to the countless homes represented in our constituency go loving wishes for bolter times  nnd brighter days during tho year that  Is upon uh. More fervent and loving is  the desire that strength and graco may  bo grunted hy tho hour to every per-  celestta] way will take-'enre for tho morrow, Don't vex your finite mind with  questions as to his purposes and hla  manner of bringing these to pass. Tako  him at his word and1 bend your energies to the performance of the duty that  lies nearest your hand,  The year that Is dend was trying to  thousands  of wives  nnd  housemothers  throughout bur land.   It has been en- .      .       , _._���������������������������,,������������������, _���������,,, ,,, ,,,������ ,tnr)r  peolnlly so to wlyes through tho perteo- ploxeil and sorrowing soul In tho dark  lion of their loving sympathy with hus- and cloudy day,to  bnndH struggling against iinanulnj (lltli- /fir,    A(,.-,   ,n  ���������,��������� ���������vln|J pr0llc���������t  cullies and lighting tho battlo of life as uMrt witliln. and God o'crheadl  THE   HOUSEMOTHERS'   EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  _r_BOAU8E of the enormous  t_\ .number's*-,' letter* sent to  **-* the Exchange, 1 must fttk  contributor* to limit thoir communications to too words, except  In case* of formulas or rccipos  which require greater spaoe, 1  want all mv correspondents to  have a showing in the Corner,  and if nm request in this respect  is complied with it will be possible to trlnt manv more letters.  \The Girl Behind the Counter  YOU _avo n grottl dent of aympnthy  for tlm working'man unit ���������cluwlPhll-  dron who don't got proper food at  noon, unil-Tvo no doubt ynu nro right In  p tying, thorn nnd inelitlng that Thing*  eumihl bo ultocsui no far iih tlioy nm enn������  corned.      '    .  I nm a rogulnr render of tho JOxohnngn.  ft-induy. In thn,only tlmo I huve for rend-  Inn-.. If I got In a '"limner of thn Whin on  weekday*  nnil   n   poop ,nt   th.i   homlllne*  8t a dully nnintr, It Iss nn much nu 1 ourr.  ti. I nm Inn dnast tired by night to du  anything after Hiippcir but Jumbo Inlo hud,  I promised my mother, who d <*il whon I  Wsim in, to rum) in thn ll bio nml to Hiiy  my,.|inis*iirsi night, and morning. , ���������  'Whnt I li.unn thi* lot or to nay I* thnt  iim worn fsiif ulnstss nf clvillisod Iiuniiin hoing* i know Anything of urn tlm girl* bn-  hlniT the counter* of city *tnw*. I wonder,  ���������oniPtliiiftK, In rending your Tallin, If you  have nny Idea or whnt a iIok's uio wn lean.  Do you know what tho ftrat employer, I  md (I wn* 18) told mn nrtor T hnd bonis  n hU Htoru Mix mnnthis? I naked him ir  j hud not loiiiiH'il oiKsuah of my hinsins.ssx  to wnrrnnt mn in nuking for n rnbw nf  Hilary, tin thought not, "Thoy novor  rnl������nd a kIH'h tmlnry tn tho (Irs-t yonr," r  wnu getting j(l a wook nnd paying nil o������  >������������������ ���������'���������-��������������������������� ,i -������������������;���������'. i.t ','..  _ Thon  no turnuil  In his ohnlr from Ids  Cil'Hlf,   111.   til   thill   lie   Ilinl   lalllej   1,.  I,U:   (,,,;{-  IiIm Hhi-tildOlY   Hn Ktarod  mo  full  In   thn  fnco nnd snnllod wry kiiowhiMly.  . "Vou nro n  hlnmod  Knosl-lnoklnsT srlrl."  ho ssnM.   "Vou oufrnt to msko tns-rss tsioncy  put of wosktisiui-ss thnn In tham,"  I miiHJomi you uio fliocliiMl sit thnt, nml  ninyhn won't print It In your family nn-w,  H'lilcli  1st  to  Lm  rousl   hv ollior ������lrl������,   wln>  ,,.,  mnn* Ihnn I did until nn clilcr mul a wlsmr  womnn told inn that lhiul Ijcoii Insiultnit.  Ilut what I hnvo wiltien Iss fiod'ss own  trullilLntsj nf working glrUi will corrob.  orntsi It.  Vut w������ konp sttrulnht nnd try to do our  ffsswt���������or,tins Ki*������t ninjorlty of \i������ iin-mui  thlsi In inw wss livo: I linvss n hnll boil-  room with rt door nnd nno wlndrsw, nml  tlmt nponsi upon n rourt���������m-iybo twrnty f������i.t  wld**. Thn loom lis on tlm ilxth floor nnd  ���������lrn'i-t*. In i\<i t'sjvaiitr. Kui ttm nir In tmt-  js>r up thts'n thnn on the lower floom, and  I run >*'i* this Muo iskv mi nlpnr Hundiivss,  t wiirni Itirs nw.m In silnt*r will) uu ult-  limi'.   My roftrn In rlssun nsul Iht. furniture  * ilsciin.   1 l.rwikfiiii In tho ������������nnral din.  nir room of (tin bnnnllnsT hoitio.   Wo hnvn  ,10.in,    |i������tist������������*ss,    t,<.| *rt    <srif������    Sfor    IhniA  wins me not omi.ke nt in tho nun an.I  qunllty  of  obr-i'),   ton  and   coffoo,   broad  nnd buttor.   On Hunslnya thero nro grlddlo-  calics   and   BnuunircH   or   llislienkos,     Tha   .  cooklnir. Ib whnt  might bo oxpoctod ln n  fourth-rnto  bonrdlng   houno,     .  I'began thia to toll you how wo tnro In  tho middle of tho day,. You don't know���������  novel* hnving utodd behind tho oountor-  how, tired wo not nftor between four and  livo hours' ntiindlng upon it hnrd floor.'  Wo nro not allowed to nit down, nnd tho  fluorwnlkcr frowns If un Ictin nKiiliiHi tho  BlielvoH liolilnd'ud, Ho m.H It "looha laisyl"  Ilo Ih a ali-nnu, "huaky" r<*llow nnil ..probably Hover had an hchlng splno nml lnnd  nnd fuitt tlmt burn ���������nml swell'nnd nelio llko  thei toothnoho moat of tho tlmo,  Wo tnko tunw to go out lo lunch, Home-  tlmoH I do not got off boforo It o'clock In  tho Iniay hoiihoii, unci*. In a whllo wu  haven't a chunon to mil* out nt nil from  morning until evening.  Whoro do l no for my Huiehonn? To tho  nerireKt rsmpoctnlslo. plnco thnt 1st chnnp.  Whnt do I iint? HnndwIchoM, of coiimol yuu  don't stpttm to undirHiiunl tlmt they are tlm  iiulokoat nnd ehoniiOHt nf hmuhonmi, l luivo  nn hour for "noimlng," In thu height of  tho hussy Hiuitimi thollnorwnlkor oxiieviH mn  to bo_ twick Innl.lo of imlf nn hour. If I  ���������mil for hot tump I wnlt ten miuutea to  huvo II litiiilinl, I can't nfford hot mnntl  Tho Mintlw oh Ik rluht nt Imnd ami It cokih  fi centsj, wheroan thu hoiid In 10 uenu, My  wugOH nro iiji ii woiik. I pny t'i for my fur-  iiliilifd nnd IlKhled, room, anil tl iiioro for  food ioivmi In tho bnnrdlng limim-. M.v cur-  furo in JO'cenin n day., And the Klrl btshlml  tlm tiountor mimt Im drosmpd iioutly, My  lituniJry bill in tp cent* a wnuk. 1^1 your  "rendy-roekonnr" cnmputn how much I hnvo  to mm fn lur hot IiiiicIihh, Nol tho ready  ���������sandwich, tho cionui puff or cooky, wnahed  down with ''Mewi'd" tea, nro our no*i.*������-  Hlty nnd not our ohnico, You wnrn women  not to ent when thoy mn tlrml. If I obeyed  you I Hliimld nnvm* ,>nt n mouthful. Ymi  siny, too, Hint ono -mint think of (ilinorful  JliliiKH while nt thn tnhlo, (Hi, It In mi onay  for ynu nnd your kind or talk I I don't  menu to Im dlnrosipi-otfiil, hut you wo you  tout  don't   "funis. |.n������.   ,..,.  I\..t.    ;lli,   \'.,.,i.   <���������,  run*! do nny hettorl ,i  I cnn li"iu' von .nv, "Whv don't vim In'ie  ti iijiieu iu n fiimily?" |n tho Ilnd"plnco, I  don't know om* thins; nbout oooUlnir or wnlt-  lng, nml I can't wait tn bn taiiitht, In thn  lltiKt iilries). I would sooner tw>g my t>r<*!*.l  In tlio Hlrent thnn Im put on n love) with  tm hord or ninliH that (III onr kltulumi.  I'ut It lo yniirni'lf, nnd nny If yon enulil  aiilmilt |o (hn di'Kiviiliitlt'ti?   j mn nn Amir-  i-i*-  J'1-.   ���������!���������     .'..,,'.,'  .   ���������;  4   ���������.������������������.,���������,   ���������,������������������,  my mother wnu n Jisity, lioru und tired. I  Jut-l can't linlinob wllh Iirldgnt nml Dlnnh  nnd tin clmckod under th������ chin by thn  oonohmnn or chmilTour.  1'iilsm pride, I hoar you nay? rerhniw wl  " Jlut nut vour own ifnughts-r (If you hnvo  one) In my plnco nnd toll mo whnt you  would do,  IJon'j comfort yourself by unylng thnt  mlno Ir nn oxceptlonnl cano. I toll you  there nro Won jrlrln In fh'ss tile city uho  would ii*ll ymi tin, uninfi sdory-aml many  wnrin-if they wero forced to tipursk tho  truth,  AU thia l.ilu������������ too lusck lo this sstiirilntT  po(nt. The Klrl behind Dm coutittr needsi  more pity nnd get* leu thnn tho women In  nny other claw, iter eomi.ieiion, hs>r hollow ehe#t nnd her thin Msm-its nml ntims ti.t  tits) ������tory if you would but look nt her lung  t'liouo.,  to rend  It     8ho  Is  cruelly  overworked nnd uho Is hnlf starved.  JUSTICIA. (Now York oity),-  The above lottor was sent directly  to mo, and not through ther medium  of tho papor. I have given It in full  without the alteration of a word. I  puss It on to- readora, who may bo  as deeply moved as 1 am, forboariiif*'  n word of commont, Hundreds of  saldHWomon and clorkn road our l.x-  change, In "Justicla' a full* typo of  your order? I������ hor case oxcoptlnnnl?  Theso aro auoatloiiH 1 hoi. you to  anHWor frankly and brlolly,  Those who have road tho story to  tlie blttor end will not Ultimo mo for  yielding ho much room to It,  Hard Butter Without he  , To keep tnblo buttor tlrm without putting  It In tho refrigerator, ml. si "trlvot" or nny  other open lint thing with Ii������h ln n larsm  stiiiifor, put tho Ida lo of hutlortiiillii, or a  "imt" or mold of Imtlnr, upon tlm trivet;  till thn -mucin- with cold wuler  nml Invert  ii comman olnv (lower pot ovor tlm butter  In Hiioh u manner that (hu eilxe nf the pot  Hhnll bo within thut of tho mincer and In  the water, Cork tho holo in tho bottom of  tlm (lowor pot (now thn upper pnrt) nml  tlrtinuh eoploutsly with eold wnter,  Hot  nil  Its n cold  pines.,   und   In  n few  hmit'si you have, firm, cold butter,   Thin la  'a great, convcnlent-ie In  wnrtn wonlhor to  tliriHis who hnve n Munty supply of lco or  amnll refrlKorators.  Illco Bomo vos Bust  Ttolt a'cupful of rlco In two quarta of  wnter for thirty minute*. I������et It atund  overnight, > nud sdrnln through uheeNiKiloth,  Honk the Iron-rtiHt ������|iotn In tlm rlcewutor  for tour or livo.hour*, nnd tIium, In sdimr  water. Thia will reinovo (run runt of long  atnndlntf.  To Bestore rnded "UpholBtory  limit thn dmit nnt. thnrnnirhlv mid 1shi������1i  Ti,... ..no a nun isruvis is|iply u. sslrotig  hilhor of enilllo svsnp nml wnter. Htmium  Uiiu ..'! nil!, ������.'..(<, .nil \iAi'-l iiml K'i  nil ovs*r,thn ������nrfiicn with n Mrmiir hdIii-  Hon of nliiiii mid water, l*l*������o'vi* tlm uluiii  111 holllng wnter, but lot It eon) before uaimr.  When dry, the- uidiolstcrj atiuiili) tin n������  freoh In color iih whon m*w. If tlm enloris  liavn HiiIiiiI lieyoml iho liuno of recovery,  you may. If you havo n little nril*tkt nklll,  loiii'h ihom with a tsruih ,||p|M>it in wnter-  ���������wim stumMvnter.  I hiivis often read request!* In the Kt-  rhsinsro for metho,)* of clean I ok uphoHUirid  furnltttrn wllhout removing Iho covi.ih,  JJitln it d litre-tin, (hut I luul tlii*, vuluunm  "foiintnlu or youth'' in my own num. 1  Would mlvUii that It be tried flr������t upon nun-sold failed thiriK before veiiturliisf U|������on t'twlly  furnlttirs*.  (I havo riot tried lt,my*e!f n������ y������t, but I  nm a*������ur������il tlmt It will work nil rlsrht.)    a  To Provent Bread nnd ITlour From  MoldJnpf  If It email, clean *ton* hn put Into the  flour Iswt or hair, there will t,������ no trout to  with moldy flour. Ke������p one In the hrsmd.  time nml tho bread nnd s-nkn ulll nut  "'l''. 1. V, l(. ri-.til<flgo).  Who   Bt'lu   w   to   wondnrlntr   today?  Thnt rlcewater should remove rimt, and  HoapmidH and nlumwator remote lust,  youth and beauty to brocade and cretonne, and anione abuorb the moiHture  that might, elac, tako tho form of  mold���������are things hard to bo behoved.  Vot. so firm Is our faith In tho jtidirtnent  and veracity of our corroHpondont thnt  wo vonturo to print her letter and to  advlao the uSo of tho provontivea and  eleanHorn she recommend!*,  The Kitchen Walls  How cnn I aucci.safitlly whltewnvh my  kitchen?   At firm, t thniiKht It not tieecM-  eiiry, n* the hmmo In new.   Hut now iho  wnllss   ni'������   mnoke.sitiilneil   nml   1   nhmild  like to nlnnn tlu*m without tho nld of a  professional, ���������..._.���������. ......  .1. II. n. fVnronn. H  Dak,).  You cannot clean whltewaHlied wallH  without dlHlltniritiff thoirT I itdvlNo  you to numb them perfectly clean  and paint thorn a Unlit ������rny or huff,  You may waiih that every HtntHon ���������  without Injuring the wall covor.  To Remove Paint From Woolen  Stuffs  Tftktt a pleco of uninjured mnti-rlnl llko  thnt wlilcli the pnlnt hn* touehi'il, nnd  With It rub the pnlnt ssteudlly uud  <'v,tily. Tbe epot* wilt vanltli nts by  mnwle,  Por Soratohed Maliognny  lilp a bit of tlm-uii nnpor ln ink nnd  rub tho Hi.Tiitch������������ with it. Tht* done.  tinllHli with tin* Nume pnper, nfts*t- ths. ink  line dried Into tlm wood, r hope tin-*''  trllli'si, which I htivss tried nnd not found  wiintln'r, niity help nomi* uf ymn* m<*m-  ber������. Mrs. M. l>. II. <F,\uns.t.)is, III),  Thoy aro Ju������t tho littlo thing** whldi  nvi' i;f'! trt!t"' i":'-'"'1. !;. '..;, ;'.:.!., .,.'  the tnodcHl iloitor������. tho worth of nlitiplfM  llfiU  O.L.-.I.' l-<  illi-Uh-tiUlilc,    Xni.   .-������.. :l:-,i!  the fnhle of. tho 'trooper who plrkml up  a hor*.t<*lioi> on the l>.ittl������lli*ld uud hung  It about bin neck from n cril. Ilnivllv  Imd he got it tn plnco wln'it a bullet  ���������struck, It nnd gluiKud off hiinnluHHly.  "Aha!" wild tho man, "1 now perri'lve  litnt is verv llttli* nrtmir t*< snttUliTit.  luiiVH'.eii it. in. In tins right jiiui'i*]"  , A woni-tn il-itliu.-d hiippliwH-s In my  lienring the other day an 'tllnvlnj- what  you want in the very nick nf lime. Kor  nxamplo," uho added, "when ono'-s blotter lien clone to orm'a hand at the pro-  i'f*n moment when one nod* ll more  than one nceiln anything elite in tho  world,"  Apply   both    .HtiKfnttloni   f,>    your  "iiritllntH."  A Housewife's Patent  , Yntt Invite .brief <*<>Mrll.ti!f"h* i.t what the  houiiewlfe his* f.nind helt.ful lu lur own ft*  perl. tne.  I rssii'i Think of nnythinsr I hav 'hit tA  Worth sendlmr. urslcs.* to nay that I alwisij  ������lt dswii io irun.   Of n.uif.', I n.isH i*t������ri4  to Iron one-plt'co Hutta, or anything very .,  Inrgo and ooniplloiitotl. Kor everythluif  Himtller 1 Bit down In a ohnlr of tuiltnhlu  height. I find that Bitting at my tank enable* mo to do moro of mnny kimia of  work than It' 1 tiro niyuelf out Htimdlm*.  AU0U8TA IC. 10. (Philadelphia).  Without HUHpectltig It, you huvo  ptiHHOd over to other butty hoiiHoworkurn  one of the mont vitluiihle hitH of ttdvlce  1 hnvo over luul tho -slea-niro of publishing horo, Is'orty yt*ni'H ago I wrts.e  out a amitonco which I , uiitli't-iliu-il  heavily i  "NISVBU STAND WFUSN YOU OAN  1)0 YOUIt WOHIC AS WliUU WIIILI**  SITTING." 1 Mtibjoliied to tho pifgiiant  admonition:  "If I could hnvo John's oar for n mlii-  uto, 1 would tell him that which would  lend him to watch you and to exi'ivlno  wholeaomo authority In thin rt'ninx*i,"  Johii'H pocket would be tho hcavlor,  li Ih heart and youm llghler and tlm  "womou'H iltictorH" would not iIiihIi  about In motorcars while you uho tliu  trolley If mttdi nf our itimiiliora wotilil  but obey the homely Injunction, "An-  KUHtu K, K." cnn do moiu of all kliiih*  of work wtuiii Him Iiiih not Ktntlnett her  Hpltio and tlrotl lu*r feot until���������an ono  woman cnmplaliicil to mu���������Hhe "fimlH  an If lu-r hct'lH wuru working tip to tho  nape of the neck," If I may uho ii very  imi'Honnl llhmtrutlon, I would confcHH  that I attrlbtitt: I'.ntch of m.v (ihNiiliiti*.  Immunity from miilnillnis thnt hnmpcr  and ulllliit hundriulfi of my hox to tho  tiractico of nil ling tlnwn when lniay In  the klti.'hs'ii and mIiiI'itiioiii, 1 tralni'd '  young lookH fur the ilrni. r-iiartcr shii-  tury of nn* luiiminvifpfy' llfo, ami tiiadu  all the en kirn and pudding**, JcIIIoh und  ci'i'iiiiiH .for uiir (loHMii'iH uniil'thisy worn  competent to iiiuls*rtiik������ the work. I  hnd n chnlr "built" .if fho rlt'lit ������n>ti>bt  in 1'iiiiiiic mo io i.iiit eggH, i'ii'., at my  mlvlmfi'ttiliti4, Afiiln nttd tumln t lf.*.*,-|.'  inuilt* pUm iiml li ist a hiind tn nviry  nilit*r wort of iiiifkoty In pK-piiilug fninily ffiMtst fittsl itr in ii uim- for couiptiiiy  dinners, nnd gssim tunuigh tlm fsmtlvl-  llnn of the day or nvnihig without  fntlgtifi.  I could wrlln fin* nn hour upon thin  -".''.'.' ; ���������m;,,,., , *;..,,.?,,..r, .,.  1 wIhIi our vi'ti'iuiiH wo iM, H|,enl������ of  their own illHcovi*rl(*n riloug thin line.  And that our .fiiiilnrH wnulil iniunt tho  excellent plan which "AngiiNtu K, I',"  hellssvsJN i-hn I'viilvod frnm lu*r clever  brain, An hIic .11.1! Tho furt thnt I  hnd thought of nn.l put It Into in*tlvn  nrnctlcs-s before hIip wiih horn iIocn not  Invalidate Imr s.'lalm to the ptitciit.  Angel's Charlotte Russe  Klmlly i. print the reelpe reei.titlv (riven  for "AnsTi'l'n |-|iiirlii|to Kunsisi," It son-  I si Incit wliliip.sl .M Mm. tnniiflimitllowis,  nlmnn.lt nml ili.rrl.* hut I sis srl. rted  to  i.bnii'Ve   It..-   |.n.i..it tions..  N, \t. I: (Wntenllet, Mieh.t.  My  memury   Imsi  no  rteonl  ut  atsy  rs'clpe under thut name, if It, nppearcd  in tho exchange, nume careful noul Iuih  kept It and It will bo Hunt In. If you  hiiw It elnewhero, It In pretty certain  thnl you will get It all the namo, Our  itioinliOTN are an vlglltnit an tliey are  i-liH'-Ini*:,  Buttermilk Pop  Mny nn Intetealod reader pt tho B-tclinnj-e  eonliniiit,' yet "tin moni toiliisi for luiuei-  inilli limiV Tlila Iiiih lieeii lutniled down lit  oui'. iiiuilly it'om a "York elate" Dutuh  Kinniliiiother. '.    ,  Hiinir nny ipinutity nf buttermilk this* I*  wiiiitesl lor the oi'i-iinliiii to it boll, Halt to  ttiNle iiml ft it- In 1*110111*11 I'oiniueul to inuko  n. lliluk nuup���������or "pureo," uh tho Frinteh  wnulil e.ill It, In iilnln KIikIIhIi, tlilu Is  li ist lilnir lull I'oi'iiiiis'iil iiiiikIi, mnde too thin  lor trying nml with buttermilk inMen.l i.r  Willi wuler, Then, iih Krnndiiiotlier uae.l  to s.tiv, "|f ynu nn. rlithi slown pititleulni',  ymi mny imt In uny kind of apli'ti you  fancy."   . MAY C!. (Uulmlt, Mluh,).  Old Recipe for Ginger Beer  _!  obsservii   In   tin*   Hxchuimvi   tx   l*s*i|iieHt  for KiikIImIi brewed iflttKer Leer.  Tins Itiitri'ilii'iiiH In unit I orfer iiiuy. lie  reihiceil iU'i'otdlri������ to rs*f|iilremi.iit������, It I* n  veiy old nnd n good ioil|.e, I aliould l.>.>  very tliunkriil If yon will forwurd It to  Mm, .1. it. ilstineiiNtur, )*a,) or piibllali It In  loiir Mxehanits; s������o tlmt ahe may see It.  Qliifrer'JU'cr  I'DWils'ied sniitar, t'O pnum]*; lemun or Hum  lulu*  'llulsll.  iH mini**:   Itoney,   1   pouml;  ��������� lii-iilsail  ginger  root,  ������!. ounce*;  wnter,   IS  illinium.  Hull Iho kIdkos1 In H itnloiii of wnter f i'  hnlf uu lioni. A.I.I III" Nustiir. llm Icmhii .  Julee nnil Imney with tins tn t of llm wntei,  Hii-iitit IlinmKl) rlii'.H.'cliith. wiisn the mix-  lino le |ierlK:tly c.lil ndd the licit, it whlto  ssf nil S'ltSC Ilinl HIS otiiieii of enweni'1' of li'turn'  1., |,l,   ,}...,..   ......    ...t,a   ui ,,;v   (..'iliiliK    II,  .ll������Hi:i'H C, IVVIImlntrlon,  Hull.  \ on (i.ivt* i.umu* u>t iinw in liiniie wn.it  iniml Im* it'grnts'fullv n'I'i'i'.iliiiirf lu'vi ���������  tine ninl ix non-Intoxicant, IlctiHciiirtihcrti  kIioiiI.I   hull  .i-i ,t  '���������'.so   V,  ;si!slitli������n  i (  t.i 'tlii'ir'  eveiy   piilriliilili*   "nisfi   ilrlnl-'  riloek or tnii������|lllllg t1.-tlntli.-H,  Hlni'i'   tin*  dayM   uf   N.itih   until   iiosv,  1.1...I. ti,,, m, ���������  "it... .. I.-   -���������    *.���������'���������,.    "  In  Im ilr.'.plH'tl   liv   ths*   Ii.iJiij;   ||) ,1 t,\.f ,u|'  lmve, Ilu* lonwIiiK fur "miiiRtiliiiig to  drink" lus** he*!d ltn hlgii |d;icn in thst hie  iiiiui nyHts'in. Why It Hhould In* fir������iiii/i*r  lu iiie-fi Hum In women may not Im pUtti-i-  11>1 v i'xpinlHi'il. Tiie fuel r.'iuiiltis tlmt  the lliltftv boy linukern for tin* coolli.,,'  ilriuiuht that will tlckli* thu piiiato, ln-  tftcinl of Ignoring ur eond*������-iiiiliig It, tin  it'l'ie t������.'i.r.'iit (���������>',,fti'������* it v.!;'.. iin,'. . .1  <'islii|it������i-iiiln,   hii.'Ii   un   lottiiiiiinti.,   mincer  till',  rilH|tl's*ITV   Illlll   IlltfUt'etrv   Vlllpsjll;���������*,  kuiiilf.'s ;wnl III'' like. '.:.:,��������� .. . I !���������.������ ... (.*������ .���������  intmiliMiit ninl. by is iii'it-'iliy of ch;:-  ���������iM'ti. wtHlly illgestted.  A iiellstsiiiti ilrlrik lx m.-i'tf t.y mlsUttfr t.s  KliH'ir b������*<'r or uio Jfiiiuti.s.ie iiiiii nil-it  ls'itve**. 'Clut tils* It* ii.iurest tn l.iet, Ju-tt  bofniss tlm beverage la eervesJ, THE NEWS, CUMBERLAM1), BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ty .���������in iwu-Mwmtg .jjcsamanv  .���������amsfTtuv.  THE FURNITURE STORE  SPECIAL SALE  OP  Linoleums and Carpet Squares  duping ^e month of February,  Inlaid Linoleums, regular price li.xo. now   85C. a square yard  Printed Linoleums, regular 65c. now 50C.  a  sq.   yd,  20 Carpt-��������� squares, ranging fiom ������10 to $30 each at  20  per cent discount.  Lace Lu it a iii-* at bargain prices..  A Full Stock of all kinds of Furniture  4  A. MoKINNON  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. .0.  li PE  O  COMMITNlaATIONS.  Editor News: ���������Permit me to  put before your readers two items  appearing in the week's papers,  referring to rminicip'il management, which  set oue   thinking.  The first refers to-the city.of Chi  ca'gOi whose budget for the year  proposes an expenditure of $600,  000 more than the city's ^estimated revenue for the year. Sixteen  millions have already been raised  on   city   bonds,  while the daily  papers charge the Kusse admini  siratiou with haying stolen thirty'  millions in the last three years.  Of the proposed increased expenditure only ������5,000 is increase  to  ���������.'employees, and'the  poorer  ratepayer is beginning  to question  what benefit he is  ;eceiving for  this mortgage that is being placsd  on his posterity.  In contrast with this, Mr Cur  tis, in the Chicago Record-Herald, describes the conditions in' a  city which has a" public debt of  28,500 fooo���������near ly _dp_u.ble_th"at  of Chicago. But it has to show  for this public utilities returning  dividends in hard cash as well as  in educational and social benefit  .., to the population. It provides  '���������tlie very best possible services  of water, light' sewers, pave  incuts, parks, transportation facii  ities, police and fire departments,  schools, art galleries, museums,  playgrounds, promenades, model  are innumerable schools of every  kind���������in art, commerce, trade  aud all the different industries  and sciences, supplemented by  continuation schools which enable scholars from the public  schools to go on with their instruction while they are earning  their own living.''  But then this city is Dussei-  dorf, Germany, ��������� 'composed largely of mechanics and other wage-  earners, while" their employers  reside ill convenient suburbs; and  what better cau you expect from  a German city whicli has gone so  far in municipal ownership?  While Chicago is drawing on futurities to oil the bearings of ihe  capitalistic machine, the common  people of Dusseldorf are 'holding'  their hats for the plums to tall  into them. But then, they are  German, and perhaps Socialistic.  Citizen.  Cowboy and Indian Fron  tier Celebration  1  Held at Cheyenne,  Wy.  Reviewed and Participated in by  Col, Theodore Roosevelt.  This is not a reproduction of a  so-called Wild West show with  would-be actors, but the original  and only motion pictures of the  biggest event of its kind ev^r  held in the west���������the Cowboy  and Indian Frontier Celebration  ���������the greatest assemblage of those  memorable but fast vanishing  characters of the Western Border  in dare-devil feats of skill and  human endurance���������real Indiaus  in their weird and savage ceremonies of Frontier Days���������-a celebration that Col. Roosevelt traveled 3000 miles to see and said  "It was the greatest show that  could possibly be staged in 1910"  ���������-can you afford to miss it?  These three full reels���������3000  feet���������show the world's champions  in Broncho Riding, Trick and  Fancy Broncho Ruling, Hitching  and Driving Wild Horses, Parade  of Indians, Cowboys and Cowgirls, Indian War Dances and  Ceremonies, Champion Lady  Bucking Broncho Rider, Riding  Bucking Mules and Buffalo, In-  diau Races, Mounted Potato  Race,. Squaw Races, and Teddy  Roosevelt throughout the entire  show.  At the Cumberland  Hall   on  Monday and Tuesday,  February  37th and 28th.   Dou't miss it  ��������� ���������������������������' ������-   Scavt-ni'-er���������F, Monaco.  This lieing the Hist meeting  with our n*.wly elected mayor,  short congratulatory speeches were  delivered by hiu worship and a  few of tha aldermen in tho early  part of the session.  Council adjourned.  Paymaster George Clinton ar  rived home last week from Vic  toria.  Ti������e greatest values ever offered  in Boots, Shoes and Rubbers in  Cumberland, are to be had at the  Big Stoie. All goods are marked  in ploin figures.  WANTED���������A smart, tidy girl  for   general   housework.   Apply  Thomson'sboarbing house, Duns  in nir avenue.  S. ISAKA. PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suit* Made  ^o Order  from $20 to $35    All Work First Class  Vancouver, Feb, 17,���������The-An-  ti-vaccitiatioii League is carrying  its propaganda into the suburbs  Tonight cveryoue is invited to  come to Kalenburg hall anil protest, against compulsory inoculation.  His Estimate of Himself.  tenements, and everything' else,  that is required to ,iuake, up  an ain'" Wash replied,  ideal city."    Much of this provides a handsome income to the  city, such as a system   of  street  "tailwavs and   interurban   roads  paying a dividend of between 8  and 9 per cent, an electric light  service paying an annual profit of  S250.000, and gas and water  works paying about the same,  The deposits in thcthree municipal savings banks total ten million dollars, and the loans from  that lund to working men on  mortgages to assist them to build  homef*, made at 6 per cent, now  aggregate a*little more than six  million dollars, Two thousand  acres or land adjoining the city  lias been recently purchased and  partially improved with cottages  of three or four rooms. They  rent at from 86 to ho a month,  or are sold ul from $iano!o$i5oo  The city owns aud-operates laun  dries, public baths, cemeteries,  several restaurants and cafes iu  public pleasure grounds, the  principal ho'el in the city, hospices or lodging houses in different part.1' of the city where work-  inrrnifMi pan nb'nin rjmirtert nt  low rates- and it further provides  for the public interest an opera  h uise, a Mi'.-ivtrc and a hull for  exhibition pit noses The muni-  ci '.ility provides an old age pen-  im in, a local sick tund. household  ������ ��������� vauU' insurance, and a inuui*  c; nl employment bureau and  !������������������bor exchange, which iu Hard  times furnish*-.* employment on  public woiV-s. l<ree milk is sir -  plied to 'bos.- who need it: hot  breakfasts ue  niv-m   'o  htiuoTV  11 *    *  workmen in winter, an' ho* lnu  eh.*', in ch-Mr-Mi   'v,   ?!������������������*  ������������������cIkoI'*.  TUtie ar������' eightcm   disii"iis.iri-*s  for the poo\  and two   hus-.itals  for tuberculo.spnfieu'-. "Then-  The following is taken from an  exchange as apropos of our recent  municipal campaign:  Two negroes came up to the  outskirts of a crowd where Senator Bailey was making a campaign speech. After listening to  the speech for about ten minutes,  one of them turned to his companion and asked:  "Who am dat man, Wash?"  "Ah "dunno what his name  ''but he sut.  tiulv do recommen' hisself mos'  highly, ���������'  Mr W Burton Stewart, who re  presents Mr Norton Griffiths, the  British financier, in this province,  states that the outlook for the  firms which Mr Grilliths had cs  tablished iu the province are very  bright, In Vancouver a contract  has been secured by the Griffith  Steel Construction to build a new  labor temple at. a cost, of $140,-  000. The same company expects shortly to secure the contract for the erection of another  large structure in Vancouver  costing over a quarter of a mil*  lion. Mr Burton leaves in the  course of a few weeks for the old  laud ou a business visit. Nothing  has been done yet about the establishment of the new mining  townsite iu Comox by the Canada  Collieries Ltd., the location of the  new mine to be opened being as  yet unkuowu. As soon as plans  for it are arranged Mr Burtou  Grifllths has undertaken to bring  out emigrants from the old land,  all of them expert miners, who  will tonn tlie neucleusot population for the new townsito, Mr.  Grifllths will himself visit the  province during August next.  City Council  Council hold Their First Business  Meeting ���������__w.ith__May_or__.Mc__  it  The Big Store is offering exceptional values, during, t!;eir  Great Clearance Sale. None  should miss this opportunity.  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES'TAILOILMADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS mAOB TO   ORDER AMD  IN ANY STYhH VOy UIISH.  PER EOT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  LOST���������On Sunday night between Presbyterian church and  Dave "Walker's residence, Camp,  a gold watch. Finder please leave  a*  this office.  LOST���������A lady's sable far, be-  tween Comox and Sam Piercy's,  Sandwick, on Sunday, Jan. 25Jth.  Reward will be paid on returning  to J. Thomson, Coniox.  TEN DISKS will bo received up  ro February 28th, for the painting  and kiilHoiiiiiiing the lower halls  and corridor*' in the Cumberland  public school. I'or further information apply T. H. Carey, Sec.  SHiiiol liouid.  The li-wo-it or nny tender not  iit-i'ei.M.nly accepted.  I'f, sacit. 'itnn-t. In**' arriud  in town and will be found at tin*  < iiHjV>r!ati������l Hotel.  Leod in the Chair.  The City,.Council met in regular session on Monday evening, u  lull board being present.  -The. minutes ol previous-nnee,-  iug were read and adopted.  Communication was received  from Mc Neil & dough, offering  $75 per month fo������' the use ot the  Oity liall for moving picture purposes.    The offer   was accepted,  Mr. Curtis, the present oecup.mt,  to have until April- 1st to vacate  the premises, as he informed the  council that lie could not afford  to pay that rent.  Tlie Canadian Bank of Commerce asked permission to connect  uitii drain on opposite side of the  street, so as to curry off the overflow of septic tank to be constuc'i-  od on new bank premises. Permission was grunted. "\  Accounts.--F. Cloutier, $3,40;  Cum berland    News,    IJU.SU;   U.  Grout A Oo. 00,42; Election Account, U9 25,  School otstimatts for the present  year were luiil over until next  meeting.  The resignation of tho city  clerk was taken up, and it was  moved uud seconded that hu bu  nsked to reeont-idcr same���������carried.  il, Thomson asked permission.to  hold a boxing contest at Cumber  laud Hull ou  March  18th,   Pei-  mission granted.  Alex Uowau asked permission  to hold a boxing contest on Pub.  25th.    Permit.sion granted.  Tho new boards, committees  and iippuii-s.iiii.iiis*. for ihu year ure  us lollotvs:���������Uuiirtl of Work*,  Maxwell, Willard, Banks.  Finance :������������������Stewart, McNeil,  Willi, nl.  Board of Health:���������Willard,  Parnham. McNeil,,  Eire Wurdejis;���������Parnham and  Banks  License Commissioneri*, C, Parn  ham, il. P. Watson���������subject to  government approval,  Police Commissioners,T. Bunks  ll.   llnrnal���������subject   to govern-  llppl'i'V.t).  i'olu-e  Magi:*.Iran* ,j. A brum ,  Medical Health Olllwr���������Dr.  .UueNuuglitou.  ^uuuuiiiiiiiiiuutiimiiminimitimuuiwHtuumuiiHUiuimiMiuiMnHiimKii  I Capital $5,000,000.  nn  R-Berye (5,700,000  |   The Royal Bank of Canada.  I DRAFTS   ISSUED  IN  ANY CURRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL  I OVER THE WORLD.  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  ������   at highest Current Rale, allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  1 CUMBERLAND, ������. C, Branch, Open Daily.  COURTENAY,   B. C , ,8ub-Branch,   Open Tuesdays and  FRIDAYS.  UNION WHARF. B. C,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays  H. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  _  ���������I-p���������YOU���������WANT���������GOOD-  PRINTING GO TO THE  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  MM_vi_BDNnHHM^HHMaaaiMi_M_n_BMN_MM_MHiNM'  HAVE  YOUR  PHOTO  TAKEN!  -AT-  Powell's iStudio.  Work guaranteed.  Prices reasonable.  B. Cloutier,  General Blacksmith  PrPHitLiPPS Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOT A   Y   PUBLIC  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CONVEYANCING  CUMBERLAND,  Horso8liooln_ a Bpeoiulty.  Third Ave, Cmufjcrlniicl  SPATES  The TAILOR.-  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING,  Lscicilwo" Work  u .Specialty*  Now the tunc will soon be com-  ���������������������������lit  When with your residence you  Ret sick,  Por after tlie fires tlie house with  ilirt Rets thick,  So don't you think we hud better  ht- quick,  And call ou the painter and have  our house fixed.  H. Parkinson.  Painter, Paperhauger, Sign Writer, Ktc.   Cumberland, II,C  Terms Modor&to.    Business Puntunl.  :V. BOflOHR:  manufaetUFeF of flllNERfiLi WATERS.  Wholesale Dealer in WII.HS, HIQUOR & BEE*  P. O..BOX 146  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  The longer you live the more you learn.  I think you were all satisfied with your bargains last  month and learned where to save money ou your feed.  I am sorry, there was not enough to go around, but  there is MORE ON THE WAY that I will sell at  prices that will soon learn you that the more you feed  the quicker vour bank accouut will grow,  Winter will soon be over, nnd I'll tell you how to  : make another saving. Take a pencil and figure up  the quantitv of seed you will require fo** your spring  work and send the result to me. Do this now while  you think of it and I will make you a saving of from  # to I cent a pound on any kind of field seed you re-  quire.   Don't forget the address���������  A. B. CRAWFORD,   ���������   ��������� Courtenay, B.C  1JKAI.EK IN FLOUR AND FEED  ^;  AUTOMOBILES  $750.00 to #5000.00  WE SELL  RUSSEL,  SILENT-KNIGHT,  DAIMLER,  OVERLAND,  HUPMOBILE,  and BRUSH  AUTOMOBILES.  SUNDRIES all kinds  BICYCLES and  8UPP1JE8  THOS. PLIMLEY.  OtTlCC AND Stork 120SLANPLKY ST-Vlz-THm A     Fr_ C  Garaoe. 727 JOHNSON ST., VIC TON! A,   f^.W  li  [QBE  j


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