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 :.������?  IK  / j^-  :-}?  ,? ... -_/?���������-       - * .    '_*��������� ��������� 'V*- *���������     '-     * r  *       ���������      ��������� ���������'    v- ' ",V -">f.v   '*������-,   .  \\  OEC I8.J9fj  \.  5*\  A Journal Devoted Especially, to th������ Interests of Comox District-  * M> This "Nrws, NiN^TEfeNTJf Year.  V.       -v - k V,  :, CUMBERLAND; B.:c;^^0|NESDAY.   DEC.'" 13th, :9ji  .J~~L.  The Stotre  of Quality!  THE BIG STO&E  0'  The Store Full of Christmas  Suggestions.  .   Subscription $1,00 a Yjjar   -'  ������������������������������������������������������MB _���������   ������������������l||||l>||fWI   .  I THE CORNER STORE I  *m mmmmmmmmm*^fm*m*Jmiramm-:-    m,  5Uf at %\xxm f r^ttt  Will not give you any trouble  if you visit our Store.  WATCH   THIS   SPACE  CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES  *���������*��������� ^  We solve the difficulty.   Space  will not permit us to give a full  list, BUT  i^kL^ri^  Simon Leiset & CoM Ltd;  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Cumberland*  Locals.  WANTED���������Teacher for Sand  wick school, first or neoond class,  Sala-y   $08.00.    Apply    L.   R,  CUife, Secretary, Sandwick, B.C.  FOR SALE-0 young heiferfe,  just calved, also 2   hrood   sows.  Apply Carwithuii Ranch, Courtenay.  S, S.' Cowichaij will sail 8 p. ni.  Saturday, 23rd Dec, froiii Vatir  cou.ver. Returning will leavo Comox 10 a, in., and Nauaiino at  C p, in, on Sunday, arriving hack  in Yancpiiver at 0.80 p. in, Her  trip to lViit Harvey and way  points on Monday, 25th, will ho  cancelled.  An oratorio will ho proiontcd  hy the Sandwick Choir of 24  voices, in the Agricultural Mall,  Courtenay, on Tuesday, Doe. 10th  at 8,80 p,. in. This oratorio lias  heeii well reheated and no doubt  will ho well . presented,.  ������"'��������������� "   mimmia\mmMtmaamm*mmam*m  Mr. J". Jore'n'iy arrived from  Campbell River on Sunday fort,  iu couipfiny with Mr, Fred Nniirin.  Mm W Mturlflrtld nr������'lv<*d  'home from Vancum-er by Snn-  day's boat. ������  CAiMPBEMi-KlVEIl   ITEMS.  Messrs'Coi.ii it Ilon.t-y, lmnbei  uiorcliriut* ol Seattle,  visited 'hero'  hM week.  Three drills are expected here  shortly.  Mr. Wiiflhain Is erecting a largo  building in,.connection with his  fishing business.  Run-ill lagging Company have  ���������hut.down for a couple, of months,  .   ,; ������������������-.���������,', '."������������������'.,'���������*���������*-. , "''  The Canadian CblHeries (Duns  muir) Ud., have now iu course  of construction a dam near the  outlet of Comox Luke, and. will  increase, the depth of������ Puutledge  River hy about five feet. A diversion dam Will also be constructed cm Puutledge /River  about 3,800 feet below the im  pounding dam. , It is estimated  that these works will divert  water from the river to the ex-  tent of about 1000 cubic feet per  second.  With TOYS too Numerous  tQ J^ntion  TWO VALUABLE  pfe GIVEN AWAY  ���������   . - ;      .      .v.. ���������, ,.- -������������������_ >   s ; ���������'      - "  m ,'   - '     .     /, "���������'.*���������-'.  . With.every; ^oceftts pnfehase from the   ist  of DecernIber ybtt'redeive' oue ticket.     The   .  drawing wil|"takypla^ ou New-Year's Eve,  ! COCniB e^ii$ jii^  (;rnoKK;8LVV: ^7;g:j^TEf Cumberland'.'' ���������  <->  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  Mr. D, Mollis!;  and boiib, and  -ut, t\ft\l    l\Uf.,     J),     Ij;-|*Hii(,    wjij  leave on Ki idny for Vancouver to  tako up thoir residence. Mr Nel-  list and Mr. Daniels have been  refl'dents horo fir about eighteen  years.    Wu wish them evory mc-  Vt.SH in iht-ii* iimv iinillt*.  Mauagi'i* White   of tho Can  ndiiiu II ink   of   Commerce,   and  Mrs. White, Mt   1I1U   wwik   for  Vancouver,  Mr. It, Mounce arrived home  from Vancouver on Thursday last  ���������*     '; ��������� mm.     y  Two Gipsy families have token  up their residence on Dunsmuir  Ave-., oh the premises recently  purchased hv W MfMlflu ������<k'  hfu-e tnlccn'tont a city Wccnati hi  fortuue-telliug.  ** o'l .���������������"  The It,P.O. of Heavers will  "*"** -kKwu. i,fm\ utvxvmg un uie  "evening of Wednesday, Dec. ao,  at ihe hour of 8 p.m.. for the  purpose of instituting the colony  lierc. All intending 'members  arc R'tjucsted to attend.  Y.M.C.A; MEETING  1 _  The adjourned meeting in th������  matter of starting a Y. M. C. A.  fhr Cumberland and district was  held iu the council chambers on  Tuesday evening, Dr Gillespie  presided, and Adam Jack acted  as deputy sccretaiy in -the "' unavoidable absence of Dr *Mc-  Naughton. The minutes of the  previous meeting were read and  adapted ^ A letter.\vns read from  local manager of the Bauli of  Commerce, Mr White, expressing  his hearty approval of. the. movement and promising his active  sympathy and support,  The Choral Society sent a com  mu'nication promising a, musical  evening about the middle of January in aid of the funds, of which  due notice will be givem ������0ther  concerts will follow iu dtie course,  The various orders have been  approached aud it is believed that  they will heartily co-operate to  make the undertaking a success,  A committee was appointed to  kindly request the picture shows  to give au evening each towards  this object, and it is hoped the  baud will assist.  ;'-Sr-~.  ..   V  .  "The   Mau  of    Destiny"  ''whooping her up'' again.  is  S. S Queen City went on id?  rock* i.fir Alberni ou T������ie������luy.  No piutierdarii,  Whuu ave, we to l������������vo tin. nt������xt  football match?  Judgo   Murker   was    hero  on  I.t.li   HtUH.  ,   ,,.1..... ������������������'...i ��������� 1. ' *  COUNCIL MEETS  , The city council met in regular session on . Monday evening,  there being.prescnt Aids. Banks,  Parnham. Willard, Maxwell, aud  the Mayor.  The minutes of the previous  meeting were read and adopted.  Communications from Vancou  ver aud New Westminster re  sleigh for city work, were received, stating that tliey no sleigh  suitable for one horse.  , Accounts amounting to $859  were,received and passed over to  the finance committee. The  above includes sewer work,  Constable Cray'sjeport I���������'  Scavenger,.... ...... J 99 so  Watchman ,,    4a 50  Hall rent ....;.;,,;...    40 00  Police court fees....... 136 06  Pilsener Brewing Co.,.'.      5 00  Weigh Scales      5 ac  Scavenging buckets....     3 60  Dog tax ,,     j qq  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  mmm-mm������������������^^^^^ * * -**  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General MAi-Wta*  CAPffAU. $10,000,000      ~       REST,.. J8,O00,OOO  Ml SAttiNQS BANK DEPARTMENT  l*o tu I ^332 85  The council decided by a uu-  animous vote lhat.lhey draw on  the provincial government' lor  the 84.000 promised for sewers.  T, Irwin's communication , re  taxes was left for ih\ coiwt of  revision to deal with.  Council adjourned.  rofTh* Cahadwn Bank q( Coroneri'wir^^  [upwards, on Krhichintercstis flowed at current* raS   Til'is no  delay m withdrawing the Whole or any portion of the deposit    S-.-P  deposits are welcomed. '.'*<-**/  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, lo be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor.   A joint artour.tr* -.  ofthis kind saves expense in establishing: the ownership of the moiu*r  after death, arid is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  bis wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  CPMBBRLAND BRANCH w. T,  WHITE     Hao*-,  FARMERSJNSTITUTE  The annual meelingof ho Farm  ers IuMtitiite was Held at Court,  enay last night, in the Agricultural Hall. Deputy Minister of  Agriculture Scott and Mr, Terry  wero present, linth gentlemen  gave good addresfiea, After the  meeting adjournment, was made  to tho Courtenay Hotel, where a  fliiiiiptiioufl banquet was served,  aud with toiistfl, and songs, tlie  evening lengthened into tno "woe  sinii' 'oore.  Consulting Kinjiueor Ihiudette. of  the Grand Trunk Pacific arrived  at Courtenay nn Sunday hist, from  Princo Knport. Mr, Hniuletto  wns.in theitity on Tiiouday and  paid thia oflico a   vifiit.,  "THE RIVALS"  William Yule mid company  will piny ������������������Tlio Rivals" ���������t, the,  Cumberland.Hall 0n I'M', 2Sih,  and at tbo Courtei'ay Upcw  Houso, Cuiii'lenny on tho 29ih.  Thin i'p a grand old comedy, ami  the company is said'to bo an ox.  cellent one.  Wbf.n tlie King George Hotel h  completed it will bo one of thn  most up.to.diitu in tho "district.  Mr, bonora is sparing no cxpiinn.-  in making this hotel coiuforlnblo-  and convenient. The building  will bo thoroughly lit-nied an'  lighted.  niRTH���������At CiiuiberhiiMl on  Wediifslay tho 18tli, inst., to Mr.  and Mr*.' A. McKinnon a non.  Mr. P. i\ Harrison, our local  barriutor, will leavo for Victoria  on Siilufdny next to .attend conn,  and will return 011 thf iMlh !iim ,  Ho will be accompanied hy "Mi?..  Harrison ami dauirhter."  KM"-**'*  ttuuerat Mamigor CoiiIhoii and  Mti*. CouUon havo lakenup their  refiidenco at '���������Heatiford,',lhc lowil  rcHidencc of the superiiitcufc of  thu.Colliery Company. Wo welcome Mr, wnd Mm. Coupon iih  'rcHideutH among n������.  WANTKD���������IVaeliw for Min-  t<> rchoo). Sit Far j $(,?), Apply  A. Somervilhv Jl(,x 4 Cumberland, II. 0.  i  kM>������d'*   wichtM ������������������Sandy'*   many  happy return* of the event,  1      *   a **/ '   ' z# *  ���������Kverything iu our store suable for XMAS PRKSKNTS ate out ou view so that if you  ate undecided a.s to what, to buy, you will he sure to sec it and save you all that worry  LADIES'    p .  IHouses, Fancy Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Shawls, Pastinaiors,  Motor Vtil.s Kimonos, Pancy Collars, Handliagi, Pin Cushions, Jl.iiuikeirnicf  Cases, Mnr.ieure Sets, Klc., lite.  GENTLEMEN'S  Fancy NYtl.wear, MuHlers, Handkerchiefs Fancy   Suspendi������rs  Arnilet*  and  DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY.  iBL-  Gajnpbell Bfos  *%!  -������������������rt  __iL_. ,^+i**j��^ji^.^V*��i*  ���^^w^^fc^^^wso^ -i^mi.sfitiir^aaitya,,If*
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oniance of Arizona
cott s
Emulsion
keeps children
healthful and happy.
Give them ex few drops of
this strengthening food-
medicine every tiny and
watch them grow.
IT PREVENTS
Croup
Whooping - Cough
Bronchitis
Loss of Flesh
and many other troubles
Novelized Irom Udmuml
Day's Melodrama H*  J��*
JOHN   MURRAY
MILLS MILLER.
and
tfikt'ii refuge iu  ilu* -'iiiiKt. <iu   >\-|ii.-j
sho howeil lier hc-ul within hx-v nrms,
Slowly rIio arose," crushing Iho It'ltcr'
In liiv hand. ;In a' low.'siumtrd'v-ijce
slit* cried, "You lied to-mo!"-
Jack burled his fact' In his lint'dx.-.
"Yes,'' ho confosftvl.- ��� "He enmo tin*
night wo. wore mtiiTlt'd, I niot hlui
In tho gui'tlen. ' Ho" pnld lliat money
ho had borrowed front me* when lii>
wont awny." .
��� Horror struck, Kcho turnod to lilm!
"Ho was (hero Unit'night;-" Bhe giu*|i-
oil,    "Oh, .Taclc!    Vou Know,and you
f'opyrlsM.
10M, hy O.
ha:n Co.
W.  Dlllhts.
Rice c-igarello papor has no more
to tio with rlco than (lie moon has
with chooH-o. It Is made from (lie
shreds and scraps of hemp and flax,
"How treacherous ls Uu* vast ocean
dourest," remarked;lie. "Ves, Indeed,
for It is full of craft", Bhe shyly responded.
Silk is the strongest thread of all
ihr. threads'of Iho ve.jot.ihlr- or animal
kingdom.
H. H. NIGHTINGALE
STOCKBROKER
1."*. vestment    and    Loans    Negotiated.
33 MELINDA ST., TORONTO
WHEST AtlD HEALTH TO-MOTHER AKD CHILD.
iMltH. WtKSLOW'B SOOTIIINO SYUfH llU'i   lK.ell
uset! for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of
MOTHfeKS for their CHILDREN W11II.R
TEETHING, with .PERFECT SUCCESS. It
SOOTHES tlio CHILD, SOFTENS Hie GUMS.
ALLAYS nil PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, nud
is the l>e��t venieily for DIARKIlOiA. It is nl>
-ejaolwtely linrmlesfi."Be sure and aslc for "Mrs.
_l:*\Vlri!,lQr.-'*i.SQQtliin'i..SvTjip,''_nud_tali.e_no other
kind.   Twenty-five ceiitsa l>oltle.'
A thnrei'i'i'y well made all-llrit'sli JJ.-ici'ner.
lets Gun. ISrilinh proved, l��jre*.l on (.'lertwr'i
vorld.raiovntA< hole to*�� ���; '.'.cm.   Simple,
ttrotis, ��asy f, urip uml c'.atn.
Atl&rtss-
W. W. GREENER,
03-60,   fecvop   Hall   HIU,
MONTREAL, P.O.
auloffWU. Fret
(Coilinuctf).
Procotlotl hy r.miic nr llio Sweet water 1'o.vn, Iho Lazy K Outfit 11 led oul,
fagclint'sh InlilliR tholr kuiis ns Ihey
p:i��'joil hltn. Ki'osno und I'aroiitht'sis
hrought up the iv.ii'.
"Ilo nootln'l ililn!*: he'll escape. Wo'ro
hound to h.-no hini." dcchtroil Ilue!;.    *
"Aro you noli*"'" donuu.-ied Slhn.
his *. oh*o full ul ineiiiK'o.
-Crtn't you see uio'/" Biieered Ktick.
Safohrush relieved hliu of hla i.uu
as he jw��8cd, liaiidlns It to I'rcsno.
r.uck pausoil in tho doorway long
enough lo lament: "Talk ahout hospi-"
lallty. 1 never got in hut what 1 mu
pul out."
Slim watched McKee from tho window until he disappeared through tho
gato of Iho corral. Then, walhiii",
down to .lack, he look hini hy the
hand,
"It'll ho all right In nn hour. Than!*
you, hoys," Payson aflsurod them,
"Wc all know you arc the while?'
man on lhe Sweetwater," nsmired
Sagebrush, speaking for the punclieivi
as they loft Jack a prisoner with Slim.
Speaking In a low tone, .llm asked
Jack, '���Where did you yot ihat money V"
"Don't you know:'' he asked In sur
prise.
"From"���
Jack nodded hla head.
"I'll wait fer you in the other room,"
said Slim.
"Maw, Polly���we all holler leave 'em
alone."
��� As the woman aud the girl loft the
room the old ranchman po-used at tho
doorway ieadin-? to the kitchen to advise his son-in-law earnestly: "1 Mow
you-better tell hor.   It's best."
The two young peoplo were left
alono In tho room lu which Ihey Juid
passed so many happy* hours to face
a crisis'in their lives.' The day which
had begun so sunnily was to end in
darkest clouds. Tlie awful accusation
was Incredible.to Echo, lier faith in
"hei,_liusMna"'was~irot'shairenr"-jaclc;
sho felt, could explain. Dut, no mattei
what the outcoine. might he; she wdulil
be loyal to the mau sho loVdd'. '.On lb la
point Bho felt wholly confident. IJad
she uot plcdgt'd her fii'lt'-ll 'Yd Uio miu'-
riage allarr
,   "JucKT .A,<volu'*'o:o^iaei;<ion.'*' v,-n����*J jy, ri-e c,.icd ngaj*ni ��y0��� |0V0
In tho word.' 'J'nls'in-i hor1' hands "hi-his    ' *'*i cion'_ know.   All.I km
THIS Is a HOME DYE
11fr^.lhQ* ANYONE
_con uso
rhrt-
of Goods
-wllh Iho SAME Obo.
! used
"fVliar dhl you rjt-t thnt I'loficj/f".
novor I old me. 1 had nivon my >Vord
to marry hltn, You, knowing' thai,
havo done this ihlng to ineV"' . lior
deep emotion t'hownl Itself In hor
voice. Tho more .lack told hor tho
worse iHvanio lior plight.
"I hired yoo," .Ittel; was 'Uel'er.diiig
hlm;-olf now, llirhtixir* for his luw.
"Dhl Dick lioliovo I know he was
IlviiigV* continued tho girl mercilessly.
"Ho must hnvo done so."
"Jack. Jack!" sob hod Kcho, tears
streaming down her face.
��� "What could I do? J was almost
mad with fear ol* losing you. 1 was
tempted to kill him I hen and there.
1 loft your father to guard lhe door���
lo keep him out until alter the ceremony."
Jack could scarcely control his voice.
'J'ho sight of Echo's suffering unmanned him.
"Myfalher, loo!" waited Itf*!;o.   ' '
���Tio .thought only of yuiii' happiness." Jack exclaimed.
"What of my promise���my promise
lo marry DickV Where is lieV oioaued
llio girl.
"He's gone hack to the desert. Tie Is
gone out of our lives forever." icrled
Jack*, facing her, wiih arms outstretched. s     ,
"And you let him go away In., tho
belief Ihat. I know him lo he living?"
accused the'wife.
"What will not a man do to keep the.
woman lie loves? Dick Lane has gone
from our lives. Ifo will never return," argued Jack.
"He-must!", screamed Kcho. "There
is a crime, charged against you. Ho
���nmsl. return, lo prove that your story
ns in llio .money���" Ho must' know
through your own lips the lie that
separated lis." '    -- ���'*,
"~ ''YolTToW'hllTwyoinFfTnilmV'Tadc"
kept repeating the words, aghast * at
tho knowledge that Echoiveenv*d to bo
forcing ripon hlrn.,. , li,.,i.....    ,.*...,,..
"I'rlug htm hacic^lo mc."'Firmly she
spoke: *"*- - i
Jack gawd at her In'fear.
OI.EAN and SIMPLE to Uno.
NOflunctinfiulili/llif WKDN*1! tlytforllmfl'ioiU
iiiii. hull,i roliii, Allit.lrifN (rum vmir I'luiiKltl ur
D.'ilvr, lllll'i;���l,,r(MiUn,l S'lclllV ll���,,k!.-l 111,
'Mm Jfiliiuiin-I'li lurrt���.Mi Clu,, M111I1..I, MimiIiimI,I
mniwmit��immtmmm0*.MmmmmuMmmi.mw* mimmm,t*mttilm.m
tTiOySandff/MS
nhih pav vov
&1 QoiMiksioi) offirrxxt/ C/e/tr-f
....  fmc-&a$f(Zfiri'stivctfi
Jfottdatj //limbers Jn tho Wo/'JeJ,
//    It^fV   H'l   UV   Im.   if U   '.* **ffi,~i   ,.1 m-
fir'nrrrt. ni't.tttf*ri.��. rftrnd ft/omta
for ado Mis 1 ny /natter a/nifu/Jpan
'Z, ���/fw (Z/im/mm&tjfo
* JVI. OAlrlO. CitJlltDA
-t/Ci/Jerm'
Ml
t*
and looklug.w.archlp.gl.y.-lnto her eyes'
lib"said:,.,, ..  ..., ,   ,   ,,
"Before 1 tel[,.vou w,lint's been on my
mind these mnny weeks 1 want,to hold
you In my nrma and hear you say,
'Jack,'I *be*llove in :you'.'" ������ * '���" '' ''
'Kcho'put'her arms-ahoVt his neck
and, nestling close lo J>l*j .breast, do-
chired: "I do .bcllovo ,lu, you-,, u<-> mn1-
tor wlinI 9Jrcumstn,iu*oJ*,nii>y be against
you. No'mailer If HI Iho world calls
you guilty, 1 believe lu you and love
you."    '-.;."   "_ ���,'.'''
Jack seated iilinsetfat lhe lalilniuid
drew, his wife down hesidb* lilm. Put-
ling Ills anus nljoul: hor as sho,knelt
before hint, lio miii'inuicd, "You're,ix
wifo, a wife of Iho west, iis fair iuj Its
skies iind us'steadfast invlls hills, and
I-l'ih not w'orlhy'V-' ���'���'/ ;
' "Not worthy-you Iinven'l-it Isn't" ~
guspefl Kcho, starling'back .'from lilm,
tlilnklng Hint .luck was about lo con-
fuss' .tlint undor somo sfrango sires,'- of
clrcumsliiiices ho had Hlnin Uio ox pros'*
ngent.
' "No, it Isn't thai'/; liasllly aiisworcil
Juck, wllh a-'Mlimldor al. Iho Idott,
"I'vo   lied   lo .you,"   he   simply   con*
fOHRCtl.
"L1od t<y��' mu���ynnV" cried Kcho In
dismay. ���     ,,
"I've'boon a living Ilo for innnllir-,"
reloiifloHHly coiitlnuod Jncl*,- iforvliig
himself for iho ordoal Ihrongb which
III.' WOllld ImVO (0 pilHH.    .
"Jack," walled Kcho, shrink lng' from
hltn on lior .kiipon, oovorliig h.cr, jfni'o:
wllh hur liniidn,
"II'u about Dli'lc." ' "   '     *'������'     ���' -���
Kcho r.liiried. Agalir.Dlck X-iuichiid,
fiihioii iih from oti,l. llio 'grave,
"What of hliiiV" hIio aski-d, rl:-lng to
lior foot and moving a way fnun hlrn.    I
"lie I** (lllvo!" j
Jack did imt daro look at hln wlfo, ���
lio nut with bis fnco whllo nntl pinch*
nl wiih iingulsh,
Tin! young wlfo groaned lu her ago.
ny. Tlio blow hnd fallen, Did* nil vo.
and fiho now tlio wife of another' miuil
Wli'af *>f hor proinlno?''What iiitist Iio
think of lei*?
"I didn't know II uiiill nftor wo-ww'o
engaged," punaicil Jack, "six nioiitliH.
II    I'-t.o   (l,i'|1��l>   I ' iH.o.'H.-MAll   '*I'M   "ll'.Uf
wh'othoi' v.n\ wmi'd koop vniir pnuulfio
io -Dicii ir ho roiui'iioil. I'wahlod to-
loll you thon, lnu ilio'lolling nVoiiiit
tiint J >diould lose you. He wiolo tii
lliu frnm Mexico, whei'o he Iiml boon
hi the hoii|illiil. Ho was coining hoiiui.
Ilo iii(.'|ii:,cii mis leu or in you,''
Jiiok drew from hl�� pocket llio loltor
which Iiloli luul liH'losrd In (ho ouo
which Im luul Kciil Jack lolling hlui of
lis jirnposml rut in il
Sho look iho iuIkkIvo iiiochiiiilciilly
nud o|it*iml 1| ftlnwly, ���
"i   wn ii led  lo ho h ���"  ��� ' '   ..,,,,
11    . ,"yn jv.u," [.i.-ivh'il Jii.-l.*,    "I
-Mod ynu holier lUuu life, hell it lliuij
Vt'.qi soim (Hook
rJimiUli'is.
Imr
N. U. No. WI,
    t Liniidn \ Iomi yon, mid ko"���
JIN wti'tbi fi*ll on iii)lii;inlln�� oan.
Bho wiih nol Ih-tt-iili]-** Id IiIh pltfiidlngii.
Hor vh'uialilH dwelt o�� Jlk'k I.iiuo'itiiii
whul Im ititJ-L lUlnU ui lit*)'.   Srilic It..4
Choking-
him!"
now Is ��� thut
he 'lorn siilfered,
1*3'suffering now,
I li rough your
(reachury. Bring
him back to mo
that I may stand
face lo faco with
him ami say: T
have' not lied to
you.'I have uot
bblrayed your
trust.'"
"You love him,"
ho'repeated..
VF liul ,.��� hlm-
brlng lilm back."
Jack was helpless, speechless.
Echo's attitude
oviirpo wercd
him, ���..
Tho wlfo sln-j-
gennl   ngnlu   to
the' plauo.-slowly
��� sinking -.to' Hie
Beat.    Slip   hnd
turned horbaclc
on lilm.   Thin notion ' hurt   hlin
moro than any word she' had spoken,
Hor faco  was burled In hor luilids.
Deep sobs shodk hor shoulder;1.      ��� "
. Jack* folio wed ..her to take her again
in hi j arum,,hut alio mado no Klgti of
forglvoncsH.   Turning, ho Hlvodo to the
rack and took down his lint and onr-
Irldgo holt. ',' I'lclilng up hla lillo, lio
���llriiiiy doclarod: "I will go.   I'll search
'Irio.plfiliiH, tho lnounlnliiB and tho don*
oi'lfi tp���llud UiIh niiui.   I will ofi'nr my
'll'fb If It will not'vo to plnco Iho WV
yoti lovo hoHldo,von,   Goodby."
'J'ho flouml Of the closing of (ho door
roused Echo, I o a full .ronlly.nl Ion' of
what: alio had done.,, Slio Imd driven
Iho one man Bho really loved out of
hor life,'" Bout him forth to wiindor
ovi-r the face of tlio'chv.tli'ln bciuvIi of
pick Lnno, for *tvh"om,"fJIio no longer
chi'od. (iho must bring-hor.'uiiabniiil
\i\\t.\i, Sho 'ulnst loll him (Imt ho
nlono hail hor heart In IiIh kooiilii'f.
"No, no, Jncltl*. ifJome bnoltl" Alio
onlloil, "I lovo you nml you alonel
t'nmr. hnolr!   Tntno hnok!"
Tloforn sho could  throw open   tho
(floor nnd Kumnioii hlrn bnclc to huppl'
noun nml li'tiut Hud, who had hoard
thu full coiifossion from tho room In.
wii!oh ho luul taken lofugo whon ho
thought lluel* would throw llio bliurio
i>n .inch, iinigiii. hor by tuo im-i, (-
"Siopl1' lit* f-otniuniidPd,
"Hud Lnnol" exolnliiieil Kcho,   "Vou
hnvo honril"*-'
'Tyo    honrd-niy    hrollior-ho    Is
li II vol"
Hut! (-poke- rnniiil***.   HIh hollof win-
<-oi��nnmi(J, Uo" would lmvo full ro-
vcugo for wluit liH lirothor hnd mif-
forea &'��� J'oj'BOU'h linnd��.
To JCcho'H plen ot ��� umiv i..vi. ,
ovni"   nnd   enuBut
m.iig * . .    ,.
���Tie hud ruined Dick'-J life, stolen
from him ,lho woman ho loved!" he
hlSRod In lior ear.   .*   ...    {   .���-'
",lat*k! Jackl" wns. h��'r ouly. answer. . ', ' *     i
-No; ho shan't come back! Lot him
i;o as ho lol my brother go-out of
.\onr llfo forever!" >   .. *
"I can't, I can't!   I lovo lilm!"
Throwing Hud off, i*h�� ran.to iho
door. Hud pulled his 'revolver UUd
cried". "If ho omors that door I'll kill
hlui:"
Outside Kdio heard .litck Inquiring,
������Kcho, Kcho. you called iw't"
K.'ho laid her hand ou tlio knob to
open tho floor when sho henrd - the
clli'lc of liio pistol's hammer na Uiid
r.'UM'd it.
V.'ith a prayer in hor oyes uho looked
nl lhe young man. .lie was obdurate.
Nothing could move hlrn.
Turning, she shrieked: -'No; I did noi
call!   tio!   lu (.{oil's name, xj,'i\"
rapid beat of horse's hoofs told of his
I'.nnmlng nnd, riding a why.
"Uono! ^Olh Hud, Uud, what have
ynu dono?"
"I Bhould --havo killed hltn," waft
Hud's answer a.s ho gazed nftor tho
lotreatlng form galloping down tho
trail.     ;
Mrs. Allen, hearing Echo's calls. Imw-
toned In from the kitchen. She found
hor daughter sobbing at tho-table.
"What Is the matter, childV"
Then, turning to Bud, she fiercely
demanded of lilm, "Whnt have you
hern snyin' to her?"
"Nolhin'," bo replied as he left the
house.
"Oh, mother, mother!" walled Echo.
"Juck���I have sent hltn away."
-"Sent   hlui   away?"   repeated   the
startled Mrs. Alien.
"Yes," assured Echo.
"You don't mean to say he ls guilty,
���you don't rueau"���
"No, no!" interrupted Echo.' "Oil,
I never- thought of that! , Ho must
como back.   Coll dad, call Slim."
Echo had forgotten Jack's promise
to Slim. " He, too. in his. period of
stress had overlooked the fact that ho
was a suspected murderer. Now ho
had fled. Ho must bo brought hack
to clear his good name.
Mrs. Allen called-her husband imd,
tho sheriff into the room.
"What's tha row?" shouted the-slier-
iff.   . '
"Jack's gone!" cried Mrs. Alleu.
In amazement the two men could
only repeat, the news "Gone!"
"Ooue where?" crisply demanded*
the sheriff. %
"Doh't stand there starin';'do somethln'," scolded Mrs. Allen.
"He gavo me his word to stay an'
face this thing out," shouted the he-
"wildefcd Sljto        '��� ~~~~      "^   "'
��� ^"It's all nly fault.  I sent him away."
Echo seized "Slim's hand as she spoke.
_.'Tou si*nt lilm away';"
Site fell on her leueca before hini.
Lifting her hands as iu prayer, Bhe
-implored:1 yI never thought of bin
promise to you. lie never thought of
It.' Go Qnd him���bring him back to
mi*-!'"
"Bring him back?".howled the ex-
���clled   sheriff,   hli   eyes  bulging,   his
t��
ft
Eat and Be Merry t
Stop starving y'ourself-fstop suffering the'pangs oi lodlgwtlpri-
%'orryin'g'abciitvhat ycu dd're aifd "dare net eat.'-        ���.;*-������
��� '���'' Eat hearty meals' of wholesome (bod, take - .
2^PW#_2SffSA' .ABLETS
*nd you'll feel- like*
occasional indigestion-
���new person.' Sour stomach-���heartburn-*-
-chronic dyspepsia ��� all yield quickly to
NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets.    ' Tlie  properly digested food
.restores your,strength, your stomach regains its tone, and soon .
requires' no further aid.
50c. a box.   If your druggist has not stocked them yet tond
SOc. and we vill mall them. 37
NATIONAL DHUQ AND CHEMICAL CO. OK CANADA LIMITED, MONTREAL.
Be Cheery In tho Home
Wo sometimes think, and with good
vonaon too, that parents nro much to
bliiniH In many lnBtiiuces,-1bee:iiu-�� of
the diEobedleneo ,of their ohlldron.
Many a child goes astray, not liocauno
there In a want of prayer or virtue at
home, but simply heoauHii homo laekt*.
sunshine. A ohlld needs cmllee as
much an a. flower noccU sunbeams.
Children look lltle beyond the present moment, It a thing dluplcuao*,
they tiro prono to avoid tt. If home
la Uie place-Where faces nre. sour and
words ' harsh and fault-finding are
ever In the ascendant, they will spend
as many hours es possible elsewhere.
Let every father and mother, then, try
to be happy. ��� Let them look happy.
Thero is one hen to
territory ln England.
every acre of
Mlnard's liniment for sale-everywhere.
Water does .not always weigh alike.
For instance, a gallon of distilled water weighs ten pounds; of sea-water,
ten and three-quarters pounds; of
Dead Sea water, twelve pounds. Eight
and a half pounds of salt go, to every
hundred pounds- of Dead Sea water,
and two pounds to ordinary sea water.
CANCELLING THE UNKIND WORD
Some ot the older boys and girls
have doubteless studied- cancellation
lu school But thero ia nnothor kind
ot cancellation that oan lie vised by
boys and girls of all*ages. For ox-
ample tw> boys were spanking of another boy. '   "
"Ho l:i slow at games," said one. '
. "Yes,' -eplled  tha other,  "but Always- plays fair." ...
"He ia stupid at school," said- th*
first boy.
"Dut he always studies hard," an?
swelled tho second.     ��� ,
Thus you see every unkind word
spoken by the first hoy waa cancelled
by a.kind word from the second. Supposo tho next time wo hear nn unkind
word we try to cancel It by putting a
kitnd ono in its place. f
%
Do your feet iieel tired, achy and
sore at night? Rub them with a little
Ilamllns Wizard Oil. They'll be glad
In the morniuK and so will you.
Superstition has It that to turn and
go back after you have left the house,
[or something* forgotUa, bi'iivi h*id
luck.
Remedies are Needed
Were we perfect, which we are not,'medicines would
not often be needed. But since our systems have become weakened, Impaired end broken down through '
indiscretions which haVe'gone on from'the,early ages, -
through countless generations, remedies are needed to
aid Nature in correcting our - inherited and otherwise
acquired weaknesses. To reach the seat of stomach
' weakness and consequent digestive trouble's, there ia
nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, a -glyceric compound, extracted from native medic- ' , -k l
inal roots���sold for over forty years with' greet satisfaction to all users. For
Weak Stomach, Bilipasness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating.
Heartburn; Bad Bj��ttli, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal
���Derengements,-th^SDiacovery^-is-a-time*proven and most efficient remedy, ���
The genuine has on . its
outside wrapper the
Signature >.   * Vx?" \
You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non-alo����,
- holtc, medicine or known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may..
thereby make a little bigger profit.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and
bowels.   Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take as candy. '���'        '"
Wlijdlil^^
^ 'in fbe;j)ew'
andRairf
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woijtA)/
if.Wafer catff
ExfiJoguisl) if. If, , ���^
de/ys jjbuto puYrrouf.
'"Tik.only MafdjMade,'^
-itbaf y��u cai? Always'
Depend UpbJj.All
ie Mafcfrfbat
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The  Friend of a Llffe Time
WHOLESALE DEFT.
"TH-Dig him bach t"
choclc�� Bwoliluff,' his roil imlr hi'lulllng-
and IiIh volco "rlnu'lUH* Iii Ilo hlglmflt
koy, "Bring lilm, buck? . You. JuBt, hot
I will. That's why I'm'shoriff of IMnnl
county."
Hllm whirled out of tlio tloor iih If
ju'bpollcd. by n Klguntlc IiIiibC   Echo
fell fnlntlnjf nt lior mothor'fl foot,
(To ho Continued),
t .*
A Billion Dollars,
, *A billion ilolliua iu it grcnt sum of
auonoy. It would tnko n raim working
cltfUt bourn n day over ninety yearn to
count nnd Hlnclc it nt tlio rnto of u (lol-
lur n Bocond.
Woo���� Fixed by .Law.
Wi'ffca of uiiudry workmen woro fir*
od by nn nct'of tlio llrltiiili imrllnniont
in ia70,   llnyinitkoM hnd but n imo-
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nnd tllors vocoivcd.tlircopoucc, whllo
Ibolr'norvnutA woro givon ono nnd ono-
hnlf penco por dlonn,    .
Loaditonn.
Loadstone*   wero   kuown
OvcoIih in 002 lh 0.
to   th��
For a txltt, to a frloiul' or
yotirwolf a
an lnvcstm*nt for
UNITED
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pnyn 100 cmitn on tlio tlollnr In natlufnctlon
una rollahllliy.    ,     .       ���.,','..
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.lowollod���tho liiKt word In wiitulv'efficiency,
nml 8t*lrntlflonlly' niirt mcchnnlonlly 'porft��at.
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In' plnln onirravod or nn��lno. turnod.
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yonr monoy. *
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Hlioulefl "Nol" nnd enngut Hip
young wlfo find pulled lior lm��k from
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An Old Virginia Law.
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to tlio dny�� of I'ntrlck Henry, wblcb
prolilblU ��l��l��t�� of wny Dolnff pmenrtd
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C; P, R, Cori'structlng .New Line*  JSot for many "year's hau'tlioICanud;  luii Pacific ituilway had bo ninny, new*  linos of track "finder construction, a-a  thoy havo ,thls'-year. New llnes'nre  being built practically all over iWest**.  or.n Canittht, and .liundvnilH ot gangs, of  track huiltlors arc at work In tho various* provlncou. The C. 1*. R.'s "# network of new linp*i is rapidly extending  Into now districts, and as fast aa thoy  nre being built they, aro being.opened  for traffic. Since tlie middle of Juno,  t'lvo or sk now services have beon in-  -iiiKiiriitcd, and it ts .stated that there  ���������ire.several other lines which will be  currying' remilar trains before the end  "of November. These now lines uro  uuioiu; the gvoafOHt Inducements td  new fiiittlci's to open up new districts.  iw Avhen, the services arc established  thoj-Jiavo transportation facilities for  gotiliiK* their produco to tho markets.  Ftir the iucomlng settlors of next year  It Js stated that the C. 1������. It. will rtish  to coinpletion nearly four hundred mil-'  es of nsw lino in Alb'orta and Saskat-  ciiowan. These Hues include that  from Moose Jaw southwest, 115 miles;  Kerrobert, northeast,025 miles; Wey-.  burn brunch extension, 21 miles; Kste-  van Branch,' 05 miles; Swift Current,  wmtheiiHt, 45 miles; Wilkie, northwest  ���������'i miles; MJilkle,.southeast, ;il.miles;.  Kinliivie Branch extension,'37 miles;  Bassano to Klninvle Jet., -30 miles;  and ..the Kipp branch 'extension, 27  miles.-'   .  ' Pills That Have Benefitted Thousands���������Known far and near us a sure  remedy In the treat ment of indigestion  and nil derangements of tho'stomach,  liver and kidncyf*, Parmcloe's Vegetable Pills havo brought relief lo thousands whon other specifics have failed.  Innumerable testimonial;! can he produced .to establish "the truth of .this  assertion. Once tried thoy will Jie  found sapeiior to ull other pills In tlio  trout ment of the ailments for which  they ure prescribed,  New on the Job  "Your wife'wants you oii the tele-  phono," announced the ncw.boy in an  office' where" .two different phoned  were' Installed.  "Which ono?" inquired the boss,  thinking of tho two telephones. -  "Please, sir." said tho boy, "1 don't  know how muuy you have."  IN DREAD  OF PILES  Many Believe That Nothing Short of  tho Surgeon's Knife Will Effect  Cure.   They.Do Not Know.  What poverty is Ulto that of moral  penury? When the head Is ppor, what  mockery Is money wealth I  A SENSIBLE  MERCHANT  Generous Offer  Ilo���������1 told your father I. could not  live wiih you.  ��������� She���������And what did he say?  -He���������Oh, he offered to pity my funeral  expcniieti.  ' ...  .���������^If one'be tioubletl* with corn*!, and  warts, he will find lu'.Holloway's Corn  _Ctirc__a n _ap pll ca_tj o_n_t h a t__wl 1 l____n_t (rely,  relieve suffeiing.  ,r There were In ArRcivliua :tt . tlio.  close'of 1'JIO ���������approximately . 15,875.  miles of railway, as compared 'witli  fourteen, thoii'*unil four hundred und  eighty in' 100!)." It ls cwtlmawd that'  the length of the Argrniina railways  in .1011 will he 10,500* miles. -  ,llysetttery corrodes (ho intestines,  and speedily cuts away lhe ihiing,  brim-MiiK nbout dangerous' conditions  that'iuay cause death. Dr. .1. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial clears the in-  taatlual .canals of the gern'ir. \ that  $50 00 REWARD cause the liifl'aiunmll&n. and by pro-  ������������������''-'. i- ... , . HectliiB Uie lining from further ravag-  I? Btill offered, for the, young man, ������s restoves them to healthy ���������ooiitlition.-  William', Eddloston, of weak intellect, |Tliouol suliicct to dysentery 'sliould not  aged 29"years, height about 5 ft, H li'i,, hn wlthoiit this simple yet powerful  with whiskers and .nioustncho, iind veinedy,  tsmnll mouth, who'left his home on  ���������Juno 1st, 101.1. .Any lnformnU6h'lt*:ul- ',  lng.to his dlscoverey will bo tliiiuk-  Cully received.,by his nnxious parents  tt 607 Manitoba Avenue, Winnipeg.  ' Bear Island, Aug. EG, 1903.  Minard's Llnlmont Co., Limited.'  Dear Sirs,���������Your, traveller Is .hero  today" and wo are getting a larft'o "quantity of "your MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Wo find It the best remedy on the  market making no exception. ' Wo  have been ln, business thirteen years,  and have dropped them all but yours';  that sells Itself; the, others have to  be pushed to get rid of." \ ' .  ' W.' Ai HAGUIUIAN.  '- The'"grape vino was/brou'ght from  the Island of Crete'and' introduced "into -the' Canaries in' the fifteenth' cen-  tury���������the source of. the famous wine  name"d"foT"a-tliese" islands:       ���������      ^^  AFTER EFFECTS OF FEVER  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  Tho agony caused by thp Intense  Itching, the depressing and debllitat-  iiiK effect on the system, the droad lest  surgical operation might be ncc-  essjary���������-.those are tho things which  make piles or hemorrhoids so distressing.  The doctors have been recommending surgical operations as (he onjy  cure. But the surgical operation, with  all its dangers'and 'expense and pain',  does" not usually effect a lasting cure.  'Many a case has been cured by Dr.  Chase's Ointment after the surgical  operation had failed. Here is a caso.  which doctors gavo up.  Mr. J. O. ' Mawyer, Rodon. Man.,  writes: "Dr. Chase's Ointment is h.  wonderful preparation. 1 had Itching  plies for oyer six years, and Lhougli  I tried two .doctors' prescriptions and  used many other preparations could  not obtain much benefit. The doctor  told me there was no cure for me,  and that I 'would have to undergo an  operation.  '.'I bought p. box of Dr. Chase's Olnt'-*-.  ment and was completely cured in one  week. -As this uws six months ago  and there has Ifeen no return ,��������� of the  old trouble, I believe that the euro is  a permanent one."  One thliiB, certain'Dr. Chase's Ointment will-bring you relief from the  dreadful itching and burning almost  as soon as applied.  . To'make the cure thorough and lasting it is only "necessary for-youyo  keep up the' trctament regularly and  persistently. Don't be satisfied with  relief, Dr. Chase's Ointment wtll cure  completely if youwlll do your' part.  U0~cenli*"a box~"at.~all_d?rarors". "br'Ed-  mnnson, Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto.  d������9 DAY SALARY AND UP--ALSO  $������< COMMISSION���������for local repro-  ���������entatlves; immediately;' poriiiiuietit  position; .(-.xper!f<nca iinnccoBBary; rapid advancement'..Bparo tlmo accepted.  Nichols; Limited,' Piihllahpry, Toronto,  At Hamburg, ,0-ernuiny, ti fashlonajilo  I'cutivur&nt oceupleu a building .which  wm made'df cemprpssed paper,  Milled**' Liniment Cures Burii^ Etc.  Tloceivt heavy lalna haw caused .tho  wator to flow ovim- the falls of Minnehaha, for tlin flrnt time In two years,  CAT COST MILLIONS  <  ���������by  Baby Dreadful Sufferer, Could Not  Keep Him from Scratching. Every;  JointAffqclod. Usod CutlcuraSoft^;1,  and Ointment and Ho U Woll,  "Hncloiod find my non'* photo nml I feel  Iby wrlllnir Micao f<>w Hum lo you I om only"  (lolnii my duty, m cl.v son \-cvt a drcaJful  iiiiljnroi* fiom M*������m������, M:  tlio npo of two witfilm lio  hi-gftn lo not covoroil wIlH ���������  nl upoti on Ills less and  vi'oliw,   which   mother  thought wiw wd gimi.or.'  thi'iHli! Imt. dny by'day*  "\ It i;row worfl** until overy  loltit  nml  ewvlPii- wnnv  \ V->Y(r v    nUeclod mul imby itimc.1  jJXl   \\   1    i. ...'nil**, foi hwim dny  Sc-XlN 'M <i'1(* iilnlitrmich a tlilna;  v* X iw~? i" nloep wan out at tho,  *y~*JiSm-p niiMilon.  1 took lilm to  twn cf flydnfly'ii Ifiuling doqtorji'Onn nald It  ���������*ui ono of llio woiat ctuiofl lio hud ������i>n. th'j  ������tlier did not think It po Mrlouai ono ortlwod  nlnlmonl for rouhlnn In, tlio othor a diniltii.  over four moittlti.and mlU l>������l������y kp})i ������eu nn  awn*. I eonid not Ut? hlai from icmehljiR  n jpreat wm lii������ nflrony. . ������������������;,;. _, , -_t"-i,  "Whwilio wm liveinonlhiiold I,tried tlio  Oitlouif nttmcdtM rxM1 mn t*ry tlwnltful w  ���������av mypw.itt lo-divy. fiw/rom pll hli iiiifrM--  int, ill������ orrolna voro lilMdlnir when t mtirird  US otlior pwfi fffwled wero tho lower port  nt hi* body, tmder ilie linfiw, armi, b nttir  lolnta, jiyijrirowii and itwlti hut *fur twlui  fitine OiltcurA.OIiitmcnl 1 IiMftii to mo a  dWermico BiiiTby th������ tlmi* I %t ihH ***'  tin. Aloiyi with tlw, latUiw wllh Cuilaua  hoap, baby wns neorly cuwl, t mill lirpt on  Wiiliflputloiiiii ������ip-"Jill Ontimn ,������ji|l  iJkvT tli&nf. tootlntw, U li oiillo wolliuid.  Hthough iib m.iiow ten iiimitlij eld, Jim not  Ltrt any further return, of t io troubio,"  :r|Vl_nTlll*, Hydn*y. N.H.W.JkUr, fI. Ipii  hi hut o  Iriroiiflihoii* Mm tvhrl  Mih, t  ixcatmonl  Ointment nro ������olil  i llbi'nil munr'li" nl  Persian .Feline  That Was. Hated  '',. P'arsec.Loved by Mohammedan  . The. .Jdlsui pnaslon for law rcaohod.  ita rocoi'd in a case just fhal-sliotl after  a ti.l.v yrart*' lcwil feud, that'nil hpfi'iin  nbout a ciiil   /Hint fellii'f* nhlivnl ha.a  cont inilllona filncc \Uo quowcl bssnn.  As th*< I'arnpi* and the * trou'iurod  Pcrslitin l'ctr. of I lie world'-* wealthy  women hailed originally*1 from' tlie  samo hnul, It In n 'peculiar fact thai  Mio l'iir.st*(* I't'Kiirds all cat.a jvllli lo.*_.t.li  liig.' So when ii wealthy Paraco foimil  tlio don'u*������tlc pet 4of h'l<t- Mohammedan  noLshb'or, Mooliorjce, wnindcrliiB"' Into  Ills house ovcivy n.lfilit and oiii'I'Iiir up  Iji t.hcmoftt Kicrocl covnci'���������������ol' hln ri-  hodo in; t-x-iit Bhurp protests next door  Mooki'r'joe riivo him the IiuirIi, bo'Iic  tliwa'k.n,oil to kill, tlio cat nest lime It  intruded.  ,  ',  'Cat Came Back,  Alonu came tli'\ ,Qjit the l'o!-  Iow.'iiik nlRht and wetit to ulcsji In Iho  flro place. 8o the l'lirceeulliipeil he*r  Into, a aack and threw lier ou,i qf the  to pm ofl t \ v In do w. Tlio M oli tun hi wta n'������  Bor van t picked hor .uji'iind'i'ei'ioi^cd to  hla liwi*.'fir, who tl:?clnroil an ei.'fi'.nal  feud on ,1iIh nolnliboiv 'Tlie cori'<i'������jiiiii-  den.co , 1-lin.t. followed 'Ti whs . Iifravl'y  .oharifcct wl.tli iicld.'lill mvi day lhe  ciit-'iilgaiiiiearcd nnd -iimttwil. took h  HOl'bUH  CllllllgO,  , Moojicrjee bwoio tho Ptirt't'o luul  Oitvwn.ril.lior. In Ilu* Ulvcv Taptl. Ho  KathiM'cil lilis K*rvutitii Mil limy fouflbt  tin? Piiivi'.'C.e'H irtlnuo from dawn till  dark, -rhen tliey' took tho law coiirtn.  Monkerjw- dlflcoveied Mint, hla iibIbIv*  hor wu.3 uh!.ivr jMiit of liltt Iniv.l for ������'  roadway, ko ho miod I'tw* daliiiiKr*-. The  Pin'Mt*. cmmtcrctl with u claim.Mvn.l  Mookcrjw* luul ropiMl In' pt'i't of IiIh  Unid, lui'ii ivililnl it tu hla Kfirden, Evory nl gilt live, .nervnntn atoned each  C'Uvct, In emuliitlcii of tho Lli-wlll be*  I.WPPH tlioli', ivuvfttorHiitlll liiOlthcr Iioiib*  I'H liuil I'll,*. bIu*..* k'H..i������l uio windowo.  Apprnl Mif\- Appeal  Prom coni't to court Ilia litwniillH  wero taken on appeals nnd counter  claims until the Mohammedan had to  W.l liiiid to Hiittafy tlio, lefial cohIh nml  the  ruiwe bad  to  rccourBO til the  ... ... ... i..,,i������,.,.; ��������� '���������  "They il \itt}m wjillo buck Maol-srli-c,  lionrd-'ii 'nb'ft>3 Inhltf bedrbciri. U-HvaH  Ma old cut wim** back Iri .ii, weat her-  .boftiU'ti condition from her wantkrliign  hn*, afi-eld.'r ���������,;;;������������������;.. ;'   ^"';'  '.',',"'" ' .'.  ��������� The Chlu'cao waliJi' huffuloci-.'jvlilch  turn Un* wlii't'lh nf tin* iiv,*.i:hlin*b ust'il  for ralalnit wator for IrrlRotliin imr*  pone;!, arc blindfolded m pi-even* dl:--  zliicaa.  VtM-y'curlo-.is and 6ll������htly Inlere'iiil^i*?  lit tho fact that we neve; feel to need  n holiday so llhdly as llio tiny aflcr  wo have bad one,  How to Build up Health and Strength  ��������� '��������� After*Wasting Disease''  Whon th������ system;la run' down following attacks of fever, la grippe, -or,  other wastlne diseases, Dr. Williams'  Pink Plllg a)c .of* special,.value. .They,  niako new rich:bldo(l;^wlilcli''rcach'&:"*  ������v������ry. organ and every'nerve in ��������� tho"  body, and in this way restore tho  patient, to active health 'and strength.  In.proo: of this,we' glvo the case ol\  Mi's. James-���������'Randall,*,, Sllveratream,'  Sask., who cays:���������"! fool that If there,  ls anyone who ought to testify to Uio  merlts.ot Dr. Williams'.Pink Pills it. Is  myself:' About four years',ngo I wait  taken down with typhoid fever which  left me In a,very weak state and my  stomach' so impaired that oven a drink  of milk would cause in* pain. To  iiiiik.O-innttoi'E.woi'sfi the-change of life  follqw'ed, and nltliojigh 'I'^was under.'  the care of* one 'of' our best doctors,  1'was Ktcadlly RrowlnR*,worse, l'lefore  I was sick I had often read of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, but thoiifihi no  moro about thoin. Dut now when I  was dele nnd helpless and almost  hopeless, and with no benefit comliiR  from medical treatment, I kept thinking of Ihe-Pills and finally decided lo,  Is' Your Left Hand a Shirker  Most people .liever think wha! a  shirker, tlie left baud ls. Our two  eye's, a.iid our two ears a,nd ctir two  (f&et divide their work equally, .or*  very nearly so."'But'tho left hand only woii'lcs at "what'the right hand can-  jxot do .alone. In. Japan.'tlit> children.  Jim1: trained*.! to u������se:.thflr h������nd������'a.nd'  tlngeis mon. ear'efully Mian any whore  olfivln the world. .Tapaivcso children  cam tio'and make tliintis with their.  huiHla.thal, ar.s Impossible lo Wcst&ni  boys au.d RirJ.s,,'aiul n,ourly all "of the  Japancise.'young and old, cum draw  And*,wrlto with botli hu*i)ds.at.ciiico.  , Wc can,do thc'sanio if wo had boon  it aught ttj'do so. -. In .some schools  teaohciH nirri'already, l.'raln.l.ti.a children  to use.boVh hiimls, and thus got'doub-  )o service out* of -tlioiu for life. Tlio.  pupil mr.rcJy makea Ihep/ at' first  straight and curved-ones, using both  hands at once. '- With .his right hand  he draws, pcii'lui,F*s curved lines pair-  ailed, to -ono anotheiv while with his  Mt hand he is drawing parallel  straight lines, after a while he makes  loops and figure'*., and finally his left  hami becomes jum a*s good a workn*  i\& his right, ,        ��������� '  WURRYNG HIS WORSHIP.  About the" Strange People Who Pester  the 'Magistrate.  ���������,*-T1ip magistrate iV the "poor man'*'  .lawyer," -and .'while' sitting ou lhe  "bench lio lias soma Vveiid ami wonder-  "{urapplicatlbiis luade.tu him.- Anyoui-*  who listened in a'London co'ui't t*o-the  strange medley of '"business" that ������������������*  trunvsactotl hi-foro tho' ordinary ' casca  come on would soon see that there ia a  vast' proportion ,of thti llvitish" public,  wiio imagine tH'o Bench to" ���������<* 'all-  powerlul and endowed with* unlimited  knowledge, says'n*London paper  ��������� 'Ilia worship sees a very great, deal  of the Roaiiiy side o'l life," but,, fo'rtjun-  ately.'his day's grim duty isvrelieved  by iiuiiint touches of humor.  Many ol'tho-'people in tho underworld, cither, ign/irau*. of tlio correct  way to address a magistral'**, or nwedi  into confusion,, muke* amusing mi*i-  takes on this pbinl. Tjicy sny. '"Your  lordship," "Mister." or "'Vourlionor."'  But nobody smiloi; that sort of thing  is too frequent.  Apparently, many'ol thp poorer folk  think his worship has 'merely to raisii  his little linger, and tho wholo power  of the Empire can.be called-to'do hit  bidding.  A woman with fiery red linir stand*  up in court, eyes hU worship, and  then pours out her (roubles.  " 'l.iza AwkhiH, which slii* livei  down our passage*, calls arler me 'carrots,' your wrt'sliip. ���������*��������� t "!.nys iiothilt',  'iJeptin' scratch 'or ficu, and nowsho'a  took to walkin'- out wiv my young,  man." , . ���������  '"Well, wliat do ymi expect me to  do?" asks the busy magistrate wearily.  "A summons, Bir,",she replies.  . Kven i'f ho had time.to arguo witli  Iter, it would take a long time,to convince tho lady with the red hair, that  lie has no-power whatever to adjust all  the'lovers' quarrels in London. Jealousy is at the root of a gteal many b!  these applications. '"  , Iu many cases tlie services, of thai  Admirablo Crlehton.'the Warrant-officer, 'are utilized. %Srithout-"a piece ol  ���������blue paper'in his hand, he goes round  and explains delicately that official  notice has been taken of the situation.  In nine cases out of ten his influence,  produces a remedy���������at any rate, for.  the time. ' '   '  Sometimes a.burly navvy comps to  court with a pitiful tale, to the effect  that his wife positively refuses ��������� to  unlock the door of his home when li������  returns fi'om ' work. , Again tho' warrant officer is instructed to adjust matters, and generally he manages to put  tiie domestic differences on a more satisfactory footing.  Generally the applicants havo not  the remotest notidn- on what legajl  -grounds' thry can obtain (he issue of  ���������it-.summons;- but stipendiaries, as a  r'ula^excrcjse all_their_pa(jc_ticc_in_en-  deayoring" to help the" people who feel  they have a grievance.  ."'iMea.se; sir, 1, want it divorce," or,  "So-and-So owes me fivi* shining?; and  won't pay it back," are very common  examples of applications, which show*  that the applicants do not know tho  difference between one court and another.' _   ���������  "Will 'you ' please sejitl somebody  fpund. to give my son it ,'gorid. hiding;  as I'can't do il?" was one womaii .**  iiotablo request^ Tins magistrate sent  tlie ever-useful warrant officer to. inspire feur in the. heart, of tlie uiiJuly.  youngster,'though not in thcmttlVW'  Miggcssted'.by \liis , motlier. . - ..  These are but typical instances o!  the'' extraordinary puzzles whir-lf'cou-  ...rout ix magistrate! daily, and many ol  tlie application? have no eiM'itU'etion  whatever with, tha'In-v. The peopl***'  want advice, and having nobody in  Hie whole, world to turn to, they sten  into court 'and expect liis worship t.  take part ol life's burden from them;  GUARANTEED  TO BE PURE.  Don't Cu! Out;&,?������Vffl,^?__S  Mm  BINE  vlll MtnoTO ttimn and leavo no  blonbtioi. _C������rr*������ cnrnuif or ���������  swelling, Doos uot Winter or  remorn tho I'.ulr.  llori-n can l>c<-  Sor-cot). ta.tA por, W.tia dcllTercd,  look, ft V, fro*.     ���������      ���������    .   ���������-  >Aia������nmMi;v OT**,. ih*i������**8nt  !qr Biiiiklpd,   ior, ni������l)������, jnrulics,  ttid Sow, awllliiM, Qolt ru,Varl(Hne  Veiri verloonltlos. Allajm Tain.  Prleotl (111*1 *T1 a. boltlo ni dru-jglota or dollTCKA.-  wIII toll niori> If T������u wrlto, Minufucturwton'j ly  W.r,WUNG.I,.D.������..������7r.vm������n������ ���������������������������������*������ ."'n-���������' *--*,  At'S famlihM l>r M<1 tin Kola A Wriine 0(... Wli^llWf I  Tlui NjHoiwI linik* *.n& Clwnvlol Uo��������� Wlunli>cs fi Ul_������*yi  N.a lleuiltitou t'.icv Co. Ltd., VascDUm.  try thom.-I tll.d ao nntl I.nm thiinkfulto .you -to not like It ,iih well as when can  be abli1*' to fitiy 'that llioy restored 1119 nod:    Pick thb cbvn  to health and fltronglh.'aml oniibloil me'  to* pans through that "trying '.pci'.lniJL  from whloh bo mnny. poor- women  emerge wllh' shattered-lii-allli. 1 hope  that in liny othor poor sufferers may  vivid this statement-ntul. tnko I'vphIi  eouriige from It, as J,rtm..fliiro that  what Dr, Wlllinini' Pink Pills have  done fol* mc 'Ihey will ilo for others.  1 may add that I always ljoop ty;- Wll*  Hanifl'TIiik PlUfl-jnllio liomo.'amlfcol  Hint tliey a'i'o hotler tHan 11 .doctor."  Thewo Pllld aro Bold by all;.iiiodlclno  tlenUM'rt or-may bfliad by \iiitil at 50  cents 11 box.or iil.v boxes for $2.00 from  Tho l')i\ Williams' Medicine' Co.,  Brockville, Ont. ������������������'   " v  Tlio.pi'of-cgfl'oi' of uliovUiaiul nildueoil  llila'tiiiiiii'flweniblb'iVik'iIihmvI. In 1111 nil-  drcsH lo a noW'hlnBH tlio other thiv; ..  "Wo nro tolil. Hint, It took Only,  author of,llio welt know 'Hlcgy In 11  Country (JliitrcH'J-dVil', seven yoars to  write tlmt famoiiB poc'iii, If lur luul  know-RtiMiwraphy he cmild havo'tlono  It In wen ii)lnutc������. Wo liuvo atiuLMita  who have <toho fliat fuune' poem In  that longth of time."���������Tit-IJItH.  Dry homo corn this way nmd f.v;e if  when just tlalil  for tho (able or younger than come  peoplo like H, and do this In the morn  lng,   Out l>t off u.nd apreud In a thin  layer on cuithen ill'ilicfi.nnil ..tol In a  cool oven, Kiln In**, oltrn.   Try to havo  M cool by nl**,lit*mi It In not'Wrgood If  It Kotri cold and him lo bn liiMited agu'.ii  to finish.   Put It In a baa', lianji ll In  a dry place und oceiinlonal'v sliako  f*)i* a 'day or two, tluri put away I'or  Uie winter.   To iiB?,'Hi!ri') M off, put to  Hoak  i'or  several  Itouifl, -itli-un woolc  slowly in the watt;*!' It was fioakeil In,  havliig only (MioiiKli ol'.'fhlH tn cover It.  Boino itiitlk ami buttw added at'iho  Ink Improv'-H It            "���������_���������'���������    ,  ,-\-',-'r> -..-���������'. ��������� _^���������: j.** * **���������   ���������'  - Th'o Into King Mdwiivd. luul type.  ,w|'llliiK iiinchliiea Introduced, foi-. Hie  convonlciico of hU uot'vetiivy,  when Your horse  Goes Lame  -Wlwn is derelopf I tiparln Curb, BpUnt .1  Rlnitxint or ������������y ulhfr liuieiioi���������"tun I rl������ '\  toilii< Win t"ili>u4h nojli.t���������don't mn Jurt   1  1 *������cr ������-t t T'.������k by e.\perliuenllii; wllh uukBown -1  I   nmnHti-dou't p������y ��������� Us ftttiliimj* bill   Uit   1  Kendall's Spavin Cure  ������n4eot������U .iiMalriiiiMWynltlMiitufirorinMk. L  Ren.t whnt W. ������'. Bp>wii uf (iout-'iit, Alli.^ilt**-*' |  ,       I X-1T* l',KU J.iu. Klff.i.. v*...n ..'������ ,-.-���������- -"��������� --!-  crnnplflaW ^mrl Hoot K������t In my hemX of r������tiM  1 ������n.lSv.liH������ ������U'l BP������vlni oil )w:������������,   Iflu4.lhHlt  outdii wlienrn ItliJ-uttfnlly ������pi>ll{il.  I liar* i*,ul your 8p*vlsi C.i������ fur rcan uni bir*  ... ......... ....(jJ(r. .. ......  .  I  'rhouur.i)ior������tbrrho.������6\Tnfi������liiT������h������4Ui*  Tuiifit rxTt������Tini^u.=FaT ������bo..t Iwye^vt XrHuftlt'i  ������V������'ln0ui������i������������U utba old flliWcmnwly..  It ku shym\ iu'I-'uii* oftlulKu foi ant*  gvntri;   Co to y.mr tlniMlt.1 ��������� v***  60        _-   ..   Jhil...    ... ,,  counla of tniHltl to V('? on luui'l.  HI icr boltlc-f. botllr* f'ir ������*���������.  ���������  bin ������l. ���������> for trr,t Look "Ti mtlrt on  tt������ lluru"���������or wiln ilmt tg ut,  Dr.B.J.KenfaHU*.  SMtbnrf ffilli,  VtrmMt,  U.SJL  >   "THE WELLINGTON HAT"  :foi' man. Ciuiatlliui-made. Guar-  . afit'eet' beet hat valuo In Canada.  Ul 'size's and fihapes lu soft and'  'stiff.' felts*. .Ask your Dealer, or  , write at once to  CHAG. C. PUNCHARD &' CO,,  Toronto, Out,  *h, with **_ Bll-pn.fi btvok on tlm <tm������ ���������ml  . t*tm<mt of tl*Am ond h������ir win f>njm  htm tn ������M'.fci*-t'rm to ruller I>nif* Ohom.  Mlnard's tlnlment Relieves Ncur.ilfjla  Stiiiie folliti"hro iiiulPi' tlio oitoiioouu'  Impvctmloii thiit Ivy on llio oiiihIiIo  ���������A-ntl-- cf a hoiu'e    tond?"to v^l"*   "  TOLD HER TO REST  BUT SHE_COULDN'T  BUT MRS, CHEFF FOUND A CURE  '���������Iri DODD'8 KIDNE''  f-MUL'3  Gho Suffered from Rheumatlom, Not'*  , ralflla and Other 8ymptoms of Diseased Kidneys���������Dotld'n Kidney P.IIIb  Mjtle Her Stronrj and Healthy.  l'eveill, Viiiidroull Cot Que.  Churches  In Queer  Places.  How many readers attend a church  within a,.windmill, or, a cliiireh���������,on a  pier out al oca, or ono wJiidh fioals'on  ii ctinnl? Yet' ati Knglish scrihi" has  found,that clmrehpsf exist in these and  similar qhainl/out-of-(he:way'places.  Tin cnureh built in ii windmill is  ri limited'on Keigatc Houth, and is a  welM-rirtwn landmark. '    ������������������  It is IlfracMinh'' that boasts thi only  place of worship in cxi'tnnoe (hat ii  nuilt at the en<i of a liicr. At flhe timu !  this eliuivh'' waa vised us it Hightliou*''. I  Sjiebliil b0rvic?s arc now held tliei.i  'jlor sailors to pray for their cumr'a-liM  rti;riiiu* a il'>rm at ������pr, , ��������� '*���������;������������������  ��������� .There, are ������-������v('ral llciftttn-j cliurchei,  hi.l perliapH llio most Jmcrestin_t"oi  thefj i.������ Unit uh Hit* l'ciis near IV't^r-  tiui'iiuyii, 'in'u church-bi'iat wiih built  iK't'ttiist' tlie or<lliiRvy piirl^h church  waa too far awii'y tor nui'nhcrs ol tho,  pm'liiiiohiT*.. ,, jJn ��������� the.*,bridgor' whicli  spans tho Don''iit'Kothcxluiii is,nil-  uiited an inter^Ktlng ' flftorsil editipu  which datcH from the llfte'ontti ecu-  tury.  ������������������' Anotlier churchc which iH Hiispciulail  lo a bridge, in tlio Chuivli ol Bt.  Swlthin's, 'Wincheslor. The reason (-lv.  en fov.'thls placi.of womhij) boiii^ on  a bridge ia a quaint one... It i.i Hitld  that King Charles, btdn-/ in n<?ed ol n  short eut to Winoheutt'i* Cathedral, had  a: roadway cut clonn "through St,  Swithin'ii Churo'!i,.A.i;ai<nvay wa������ Im'.It,  which is to tliis dny known" ns thu  Kins'.**! Gau.*. l.)v������;r this gatoway ii'-jfu-  ���������������������������lHr>'������i*vica4 aro held in !?l. .Swlthln'*  Church,  Those who in the autumn tako tholr  ease are tho more likely later on to  fi'eezi*.  Honolulu will (*(|iil|i Iih flro department with mo tor driven apparatus.  Constipation is tlie  root of many forms of.  sickness and of an  endless amount of  human misery.   .  Dr. Morse's  Indian  Root Pills,  n  A Wheelbarow Tnimp,  Alexander flivesa,*,'*, Ihn whcullmrrow  thoroughly tested by  oyerfifty years of use,  have been proved a  safe and certain curo  for constipation and  all kindred troubles.  Try them* ������  25c. a box.  Kid cloven have uotlilnK to do with  klthi   Tiny nvo made of tlio..hIUiiu of  , Of Iho !if������f> cotlon booiI oil iiiIIIh in  the world 8l0'������ro In thtvUnlted stuicB.'  euro, or fllnnlnis; pfolaon of thc'Rond  Vild romoilv ���������Hint bronchi II  iihout.  "I  Bllffi'l'Cd Iron) Jtht'Ulii.'illHlii, Nell'  inlKla, Violent HoadnchcH aiid l'ldpl!-  tttloli of,the,Heart," Mrn, Chrff fliitcrt.  "My "buck uclioil, I wiih ulwayti .11 rod  hnd iioi'Vpii* nnd I luul' weak hik-Hh.  My doctor told mo to Junl roM, hut  lhi\l wnu Juct what 1 couldn't do, until  l*"*;uUiHV dt fho cui'"������ of ntliei'!! led mn  It W.IH Cure a told���������CpUUiinn- lln������  coiiiuioiicat.ailment* of iniiiiklnd and If  iieuleetcd may load to'Horlouh condl-  llonn.   Dr. Tiionian' Kclcotrle' Oil will  r?llovc tlm hroiichlnl pitsifi:ig������*n of inflammation upetnllly mid    Ihorounhly ; to try'lioiltl'iii Kidney Pllln,  f.n'd will fitrcnitilien Iheiii nauiUiit Hub-!   "i-'mm  thn fli'ft  dose they liMm-il  sequent nttnelt.   And ������h It cuhpi* tlm \iW,   \ k���������oii Ji*rt my bed nnd Htarfed to  Inflammulloii It will mop. llio eounh uio my ordliuny housework,  hecaiuo It all:iy������ nil liiltntlon In llm '   *'|  took lu nil, twelve    bovrs    of  thront.   Try It and provo It. 3 odd'H Kidney PIIIh and now my henlih  , .��������� *��������� nxctdlent.   J recommend DoiIiI'h Kid-  FApcilmenl-J |������rove 'Hint (he ruius n������*y 1'llltt tn till Biiff-ilii!? wonieii."  of Ht'CH, no hlithly pilzed hy mini, nro i   Thoin-iuidi- of Cniiittlhu*,. women will  The man jvho will break bin word I produced ny rtldciiHt', -Trcrn cun even* Ml you ���������Hint Doilon l\ltt������t*> IHU uu*  will unittHh iinyihlni*; that will como ho Inoculalod nml mado lo fumUh the jthe one nine thing for ���������uffettng: wo-  within li!������ roach. jcoveied gum. jmeifc  wiry fraino, ' Thoughout tho 2,000 inUo  jnutn������-> . ii';, ii.mij������':vi t������.ii.i^^,*rJ.i'.'|>i c'ln!'  day**, wlit'ii, he rest:d. On - tlie jouiwy  hs>*'pui!ili\ul in/iMiitol hlui n Inrgi- hiu*  io\v,' nnd no matter, whut kind ol wen-  thfr prevailed. In* felueli to Ids program  daily, Flo hnd it ������it.*iit reception ou  hi-J arrival at Ayr.  Another Howler.  *, I'iirl.i'i"lln ������i'li'if)|h.'iy h.-iji pr..il������r>.  fd (!;.< ('hitiiipion hov.'I r *.������( th* :'������������������' i-.-\������).  Tlie pimiigc* (or pariiphraxo wn������ from  Kimr!-l''.V',-"I'"nr iii'i) mu<t w.������rk tm<l  women inuvt iv^p, Hiough rlormi Ik������  RtidiUn and wnt *r* d***-*p, nnd the liar-  bcr hnr lit* nvr-.in'.n).," "Mi'n nnd v.t,-  ni<*n," snid the yf/iiim>! *r, "must k**!>p  on wf-rklng throtigh tin Inn ot tho  hurbor I* gronnlntf for IU mutomer*."  W. M. U. No. 867.  ���������mil S.*/- -������li..1*.   l.m.^m*-tm,l ^^*4ri:Lf^t*t.Jr.\'~LJm-,*x*to  **,-���������������(-������������.���������   f m^^m ������-tV-���������/_    ������.,���������  nv|������ni������ii' <* ^wwM-.*r*.*3 tiV^iiFi%������ik4MMhrV.  *.*,*. j-^^>������flaw*4ftj������!J������W t^^iWASSS,*"^'^  ���������*������" *���������*���������.��������������� ���������__*.- ������������������������*������������������?.  ���������������.*!'���������*-*���������--r^r  tl*i,*^T,*v,������iTf,jT  ������^^,'.'(*_.B*Ji,F-*-^**������-  Tli8 GumlierlancL Hews  issued Every  Tuesday by tbe  Gomox   &   Cumbarlend  Publishing  Company.  'aa* ���������������������������������i������-<ynii<ii������iii 11 ��������� i   ' ��������� a 'iiw* "��������� ***  This papor will not hold itself  responsible for the opinions of others, as may appear in its columns  Irom timo to timo.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITOH -OOLUMBU.  WEDNESDAY, Dei. 13,  1911,  NOTIOK ia hereby given that 80 day*  after dab* I intend to apply to the H>n,  Minmur 01 Laud* for a license to prospeot  foreoil iind potroloum uuder the foreehore  and under the wator oq tho lands ia ant]  oppoaito the following dMorl'<e<l la&daaitu  at* iu Uupor. Diatrit-ti���������CommeuciDS* ht n  poat p'auvd 0:1 tbe -son b������aoh a, high watr  mitik *.t tbo intoracctiou of Teo iona 12 and  13, T.vnehipS, Port McNeill, Rnpert DU  trlot; ihonoe north 00 ohaina, thenoo eatd  80 oh am, thenoe south 85 ouaiBV, more  or to*a tu Itiuh water mirk oo eouth alie ���������(  Pvr* MoNeill Harbor* thence weitcrly  U011/T ������lioro to plaoo of commencement.  OrorqkM, Gibus,  R, Priest, agent.  Dated thii lit day of BopteinlKr, 1911.  NOTICE is hereby fiiven that, on the  first day of Ueconiber next, apjilicatioa  will be mado to the Supenntendent of  Provincial Police for renewal of the lio  tel license to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known .'is the Hotel heriot, situate  nr Heriot lUy, iu the Province of British Columbia,  H, A. BUhU  Dated 2$ih, day of October, 1911. -  11 ���������������������������        ������������������'     m ���������    1    ���������'���������imSML  NOTIOK ia hereby given that at the  noxt meeting of the Board of License  Comnuedcnora of tho City of Dumber,  land, I iutend lo apply foi a hotol li  oonao to noil liqnore by retail in and upon  tho promliei kuown as tho KinR George  hotel, situated oq lot 9, blook 7, Onmbor  1 nd Townsite.  VICTOR HONOR A.  Datod this 7th day of N-v., ID 11  NOTICB is Iiereby givoa that 80 days  aftor ditto I intond to apply to the Hon  Milliliter of Laud* for a license to prospect  (or coal and potroloum under the foreshore  nnd under the water on the lands in and  O'JtJoiite tba following doacribod lands ultu  ate in Rupert Diatriot,:���������UoHinanti.g at a  p.a Jjlanted ou the eeabeach at highwakf  qui k at tho interueotion of Seotions 16 and  17, ro-vnitalp 2, Port MoNeill, Rupert Di������  trict; theueo nortk 80 ohaius, theuce weat  80 oOatui), theaoe south 62 chaiua, more or  h*i to high water murk on south aids of  Tort MoNeill Harborr thenoe eaaterly  klo^f ahore line to place of oommenwaioul.  Maria Jam* Puikst,  ������. Priest, agent.  Da'cod thia 1st day of September,  1911,  NOTICB 14 hereby givon that 30 days  after date I intend to apply to the Uou  M inieter of Landi for a license to prjapeet  fur ooal i*n<12vetroleutn under the foreshore  aud under tho wator on the landi in and  ������������������I.ponto the following d scribed Und* alt-  u-tto in the Prince Rupert Distriot:���������Com-  im'nc-ig- at a poBt planted on the aea beach  ht high wator murk at tha intersection ol  Rectiqiis 10 and n.J.Wnship 8. Pott Me-  80  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  first day of December next applicttion  wilt be n.a.lc to the * Superintendent o|  Provincial Police (or a hotel liconse to  sell liquors by retail in and upon lhe  premises known as the New Hotel Heriot, situated on Lot 4a Subdivision of  Lots Northeast quarter of Lot ai6 Her-  tot U.iy, Saywatd District, Province ol  British Columbia.  H. A. BVI.L  Dated Noveu.ber sand, 1911,  1   ������������������������������������!���������       11 1 -      r   *T 'T  NOTICE.  NOTICK is heroby givon thnt  application will bo made to the  Parliament of Canada at the noxt  Session thoreof for tho eontimi  fitioti of tho Charter of theVAN-  COU VER ISLAND AN I) EAST  liRN RAILWAY COMPANY  nnd for nn extensian of time for  tho commencement of construction and completion of tho said  linos of railway authorized to be  constructed by the Act of Pur  liaincnt of Canada passed in the  Session 7-8, Edward 7, chapter  167 -intituled *'An Act to incorporate the Vancouver Island and  IJaBtern Railway Company," and  by,tho Aot ofdthe Parliament of  Canada in tho Session of 9-10,  Edward?! cjiitptorl 171_ intituled  Neill Rupert Di-tnot; thonco north Jj ..^ Act rospectirig tho Vancm,_  ch.uns, thenoe east 30 chains, thence eouth r o     .  Il ohnina mora'or loa* to high wator mink  ou B.U'.h side of Port MoNeill Harbor,  thence westerly ul>>ng ahoro liue to placo ot  0 imracnoentiont.    |Roy Phik.it,  ������E. Pi-ieet, ngent  Pued this lit day of ISeptombej*, 1911.  NOTICE is hereby given ihat SO days  after da������a I iuteud to apply to the Honour-  (title the Minister of Lands for n liosnae to  provpeot for roal and petroleum under the  fore.ihore ai.J umler tbe water on the lauds  in und oppusito the fallowing described  landseitnato lu Rupert Distiict;���������O.mi-  inonoing at a poat planted on the eca beach  at high water mark at the iutor*6otloa of  Stotlona 14 and 15 Township 2, Port Mo*  Nuill Iiiport Distriot! thenoo uorth 85  chains im ro or less to hl������h water mark on  the north sidR of Port McNeill Harbor;  t*-i>ii<e (ollowiig Iho aoa besch at high  ���������.v.'r- caii*: around 'ho head ol the Harbor  to place of uoir.mi'iicoment,  Fi'Asaw M. ToitDivvK,  K. Pries*, arjont,  l)jUd tni 1 ht day of Sop'.cmbor, 1011.  Viotoria land district  District of Sayward.  T.\R1S notioo thut George Hon-  ry V **Bt of Va'"'onvoi', 13 C, 00'  -, -i'.:-!'������������������������������������-.. ]{i?-   ^on/Lull,  inlemlH  i        ' .'*���������       i'i"       *. !<   I'Kp'^sil.tl       t'.",      I'll!*.  ;*!;; ��������� ' * . i .'lin^tiip, iloscriimd  ',- ' '���������' 'Mil'' '.li.'iiij.f, nt a |.wl  iiiji.ii". u i;io N, \V, oornor of  .Lol >, LJiSil lu'iict! P.utit along  Ilie ."tnrvi-y jiuo 40 clinina, thence  North 20 iilmiiiB, tlieneu West 40  eliiiin:-*, th(;ii"e South along the  lake 1'ioro 2()cb;iinw, and coiituiii  iug IV) nei'"H.  GlvOU.V;'- Hl'.NRY WkkT,  Applicant,  Dated November 21 t, 1011.  vor Island and   Eastern  Railway  Company,'-  R. C Lowk,  Solicitor for Applicants.  ���������notice  I , l  Tho Euquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Company wiil apply to the  Parliament of Canada at itn next  8einion for an Aot empowering It to  lay out, construct, acd operate a  railway from a point on tlio railway, tho construction of which in  authorised by subsection "A " of  section 2 of Chapter ninety two of  the Statutes of Cnnadi for the year  ono thousand nine hundred and six,  at or noar tho nor'h fork of Oynter  river, tlionce in a genoral,y north-  woittorly direction to Hardy Bay on  the west coast, of Vancouver Island  and inoroiiriing thecompiiny's bond  ing powtrp, and for other purpo or.  W, P. Salshury,  Scoretnry E. & N, Uuilway Co.  P-inglo, Thi.mppon tfe Buigeps,  Ottawa Agents.  lyntml nt Vancouver thia flr������t day of  Nnvembr-r, 11)11,  NOTICE is i,i.rei/y ijivcti that 3od.*yg  nftoi dote .' iniL.id to npply to the Honor  al),*.* Mn.'ister :'l 1.,'Uius fo*- u liceiue  tu  ���������.ci* ieel for co;d and pctridein'.i under the  fareshore and  under  tho viator on lhe  lands in ,md npuosite Iho following ch*.  ���������Wffmil liindii situate in Rupert Districts  ���������ComniMwinir at n posl planted on the  .se** 1^-tcli nt hl������li xvn-xt- mark at tli*: in-  icrsi.'Ction ofKi'i'iinns i.; and ijj,   Town-  ahip 3, I'ort   MciMt'ili   Knpeit   iJis-nci;  thfliiCft iv^rih 55 fhainr. moie or Ic;s  to  hij*l. v.hter mark on lhe nortli side of I'ort  McN'i.l Hmbori thenco eauerly hWnjj  i< ��������������������������������������������� im<   ���������(������ intcricrtion of Seuiiuns jj  *.( t   i ii..i-bii'i, il.ci'i-fioinlntrlv 68  *   > ��������� t ,���������->. i> I i) li M.ilct   mails  ���������   '   i.    ''*!.'."'   H.irhor;  ������������������: lll.l    Ci ,Vl\r\t  '   '     UK  aAcn;  ���������     'iH.  L'nlil ftirlhor iioliuo Ilie IVin-  iu.*i*.s Uoyul will liilco tliu Nuiiniiuo.  Vaiicouvei' run, leaving Nanaimo  ������������������ally (except Sunday) 7.30 a, in.  Tho Sunday boat to Vancouver,  Iin* boon uaneollod for tho Reason,  and the Charmer is pclieiluled to  leavo Naimimo for Vniiconver on  VVfldnemluy and Friday at 1 p. in.  and .Saturday nt   5   p.  in.   The  Ohiiruiei' hit rt boon placed on the  Comox iim, leaving Nanaimo on  Tuodnys nt I p. p in., Tlnmuliu/8  nt l\ a. m, and Saturdays nt 2 n. in.  I -^^^������^������r^*������^������r"i������***'*-i.i������>_|ii^iii.iM.*iiiii<i������*t������������i_iiipiipi|iiiiiiMi ilia Ma, , mi mm i  l-'OH BALE-Oholcc Dahlia  Hulb?, Apply Mrs, J, Stewart,  Pern Cottngo, Allen Avonne.  Interest You  NOTICE U hereby given that at the  next muting of the Hoard of Lioonee Com.  mlaaioners of the City of Cuuiberlw.d, I  ntend to app y for a renewal ft tho Ix t.  el Jicome hold by Die (or ihe Cumberland  Hottl, situated on lot 1, block a, CumleN  landTowuBito,,    , .. ;���������  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD. ',  Pated this 7th duy of Nov., 1911.      .  This is not a professor's letture on  Astrology. It'is, merely an intimation to the public who use printing  of any lcind;���������Posters, Circulars, Billheads, Business or Visiting Cards,  Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements,  Etc., Etc.,���������that  W*)t ffittmbwlmti fUtmw  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next meeting ot ��������� the Board-1 ������>f Llooniso  Oominiasioutrs of the Oity of'Cumbcr.  land, I intend to np-)y for a ren*\vul i.f the  wholesale lWiuor liocnaa hold by me, ill,.  tinted on lot IS, blook 0, Cumberland  Townsite.  JOHN MAROOOHI   -  Dated this 7th d������y of Nov,, 1011.  l<nn>im������������������iMH������������t������������n������  NOTICE is hereby given that nt tho  uext meeting of the Bonrd of Licoi 86 O m ���������  mlstiouora of/the City of Cumb.irlnnd, I  lutond too\ply f������r a reno*nl of the hj-t**  el liconeo hold by me * the Wtverly  Ho'el, situated ou l������t m, block 13, Cumber  land Townsite,  FKANK DALLOS.  Datod this 7th day of Nov,, 1011  NOTICE ii heroby given th������t at the next  ince.lug of tho Humd of Lloniiie Comml*-  Bioners of tho City of Cumberland, I io.  tend to npply for a r<*uewal of tbo whole*  sale liquor IIooiim ludd by m.1, aitiuted  on lot 12, b'ook 7, Cuniborlauil Towui-ito.  FRANK SCAVARUO.  Dafod this 7th day ot Nov, 1011  NOTICE i- her.by giveu that nt the  next meeting"f tho Board of LionnsoCotn  m^sioii' rs of tho City of Cumberland, we  Intend to apply f<>r a reuewal i f the hot.  el Uo uso held by uh for tho Vendumo  Hotel, situated on lot d, block 3, Cumber,  land TowiiBit*.  WILSON & BRAMBERQ,  Dated thia 7th d t.y of Nnv., 1911.  Is in a position to execute orders in  the mahner specified, have them  ready, When promised, an J deliver  them where stated,1 if desired.  NOTRE it hereby Igiven that at tha  next,meeting of the Board of License Com*  ruissiouerd for iho City of Cumberland. I  intend to apply for a renewal uf the v, hoi -  aale liquor license libld hy ill', situated on  lot 6, block.15, GumbO'land Tow-mit*.  CIALI MU&ATTI.  Dated this 7'h duy of Nov., 1911.  prove  to You.  >r..  Try ii  NOTICK Is horeliy givnn that nt Um  next nieatitiK of Iho Hoard nf Lloenue  Commifwii n������rs of tho Ci y of Cnnibpr  laid, I Intend t������ apply for n  rctiow.l of tho hot* 1 lioonun li* 11 by me  for tlii* N.wEnjdiiud Hole), illiinti'd on  the on t hnlf nf hit II, in bh'olc 8, Cumiwr*  hind Tuwuiitii,  JAMES WALTERS.  Died 'hiH 7'b dny of Nov., I0H.  Kiii'nv'H in; il  by S. 8, Cowich-  ������������������;V.'.s!n������ "'������������������* "l'|'iV(, ,lt l������ nwoii mul clu8(������  nt 1^.15 p, m. ilmrp.  NOTICE,  NOTICE ia hereby given to  John H, Clhinviile, co-owner in  tho Ross group of Minurni Cliiims  Mtuntod 20 miles from llio month  of Phillips Ulver in tlio Nanaimo  Mining DivUion, thnt hla shnro of  tlio.expenditure hiuniot beon puid,  nnd llmt wo intond to llio notice  with tho Mining Kccot'der of miid  District according to Section 25 IJ,  Ohnptor 185 of The IJ, O. Mining  Act,  J. 0. Ross, Agont.  Lnnd, B. C. Oct. 7th,.1011,  t  m m t t t " -'--���������" ���������' - ��������� - ���������' " ���������*���������*���������"'������������������*"   ***  8AYWAUD LAND DUTRIOT.  Ulatrlot of 8iiyw������rd,  TAKK not'oo that Ooorgo Lolooitor Wi-  mlnKt-n, of Vunonuvir, ll.C, moouiiniu,  InttndB to upply for pcrimitdon to yurobneo  the followinc dOHoriboil lniidBi���������  Co nmoncl a at n pmt plnntod it tho  Soiitliwott comer of lot 552* thouoo north  80 ohainu, thonco went 75 thniim, tlionce  Houth 80 ohainu, thenoo out 75 ohoilit, to  point ot oommanoemont, ooutniiiini* 000  norpi, lioio or I pub.  nviivn*. T.mmwvi* Rimimotom,  Kobort lloui v Cho.tnut, ag-iit,  Uatod Match Mx HIU,  Ciimliorlnml ������fc Union Wator  Works Co., Ud.  NOTICK,  Sprinkling will he allowed  only two nighta n week, iioiiidy  TimSDAV iiikI FRIDAY, from  T to I' o'clock fn the m-imlng,  Loaky tap������ must ho n.lendod to  ftt onco,  Any changes or additions to ox-  \nt\ntr piping miiRt Im# snn������ilom������d  hy the company.  Hy order.  L. \V. NtiNNfl. Scert-tfiry.  CinnlmrliiridvH. 0M Aug, Im, lOl'l.  CEALKD TpJIDKKS nddr������������Hed to tbo  "*-**,', undur.itjnod, and ondor.od "Tonder  for Wharf and two AppriBchea at IMnoe  Utiplrt, l!.0��������� will be rooflved ui.til 4.00  P.M., on Monday, September 25, 1011, tr  tho,oonitruotinn of n Whnrf nod two  Approach*! at Prince Hnpeit, Qiuraittino  Stvtii.u, Digliy hland, fl.O.  JPlnno, niiociliontlou and furm of contract omi bo Houn nnd form������of tcndoi* oh  tainvd nt tli!������ Uopartmout and at tho olH.  I'oiiofU.A. Keofer, Uaq, Duttlct KukIh-  oor, New \Vo4iiiiu������t������r, H.O., audtm npph  ontion to tha Fuitiuaatori at Prloou Hupi rt  ���������od V'O'orla, 110.  Porsouotouiloi lliu nre notified that tend  tra will ooi be normlduicd unlo-fl mndo on  tin-printed fouim supplied, aiid Bi������ned  with ihlir nctuuliiuiuturtiBi ntatinfi- tholr  oooupatmna and plnoe������ of runMonoo. Tu  th'o om������ ot Iirm-*. thy ao uul uigiiattirt*, the  naturo of the uoonpniion nnd plnoo of real-  doneo of eaoh iiioiiiU������r of the Hrm mutt bo  given,  kaoh hnidtr mil *t be moompaniod by an  aoooptod oltdiuo tu n ulnriond banlt, pay-  ublo to the order of the Uunuur^blo the  Mi.iiitir of Pub I j W 'rki, equal to tin ptr  cout.(lO p.o.) *t tho amount of tho Under,  ...iilnli will Iin frti Mtftil If t.hn rinrnnn tanrf.  f-rlnrr iiml nn to outnr into a oon tract whon  oftlod up n to ilo ������o, or f.il to oomploto  the.work oi.nirnotod for, It the tondor be  not m-copted the ol.oque will bo returned,  The Uupur^nioiit dots not hind i nolf to  Ily order,  It, 0. IJBSROOIIKRR.  8eoritaiy,  Di portiiietit of l'ublio Works,  Ottnwn, AuguatllfltlOll.  JJt**ii')ipcr������ vi(II not lo paid for thi* advert! tement it tbey in.ert it without authority trim the U������p������r meut.  SAY WARD-LAND DISTRIT.  Diatriot of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICK that William  Caldwell, of lunnrk, Ont., miniiip  rann, intends to. npply for por mis  siou to purohnen tlio following do-  torihod lands!���������Commencing at r  post planted nt the northwest comer  of Lot 490, Carrinaton Bay, Sayward Diatrict. thonco following the  norlh boundary of ot 490o.������8torly  for 40 chains, thonco north 20  ohnins, thonco wont to tho shore lino  thence Boutliwt'mlerly nnd following:  Ihe shore lino to (he point of com-*  luncement, contuining less than 80  ncrOI. WlhUAM CAhDWKhU  Jno, Manson,ngont  Dnted Fob. 28th, 1911',  SAYWAUD LAND DI3TUICT.  ip  you  PRINTING  WANT    GOOD  GO    TO    THE  NEWS. WRST-CMSSWORK  Distriot of Say watd.  TAKK notice that Sidney Hoaomnn, of  Vanoonver, B.C., meohntdo, intcndii to  apply for pcnnlBulon tt purblinso the fob  lowinp;doAO>lbed lniiilR* ���������  OommonoiiiK nt a pout planted at tho  Bonthwoat cornor of hit fiflL'i thonoe aouth  B0 chnini, thonoo woii 80 ohnini, thi nco  uortu oo ohmua, thonoe e������nt t������o ohain*, t<*  pluoo uf o Miiiiioiioouiout ooutiiiuiug ti-io  noroB, moro or leit.  BlKSKV IlXAMUAlf,  llobi-rt llonry Cnontnut, n-joit.  Dnted March Oth, 1011.  8AYWAUD LAK1) DISTRICT,  Dlrttriet of Paywa d.  TAKK notleo that Nnnatto Jonoph, of  Vanoouvor, B. 0��������� 8|imter, Intoiidi to  apply for perntluion to pnrohnM the fob  lowing dosoribi'd InndHj-  ConimiiieinB at a poet plnntod nt the  Soutlitifiit oornor of lol 517? theno������ north  SOciiMn*., thoioe oai' ftO ohnins thenoe  aouth 80 chain*, tlionro won 8) ohfiiua  to the p)lut of ooinin >. temout, oobt*iu*  lug <MO act 6* m������re or Im������.  COAST LAND DISTUISTi  District of Const. T  take notice that Duvidfoii Word  Co,, Ltd., of Loughboro Inlet, occupation liiml)3rmt-n.,.intertd to apply  lor-permisi-ioii to-purcliai-e^llie-fol-~  lowiiigdefcrihed lundc: Cpmnienc-  ing at iv po<*t |lan od on the tovtlx  side of Httidwick Inland nbout, 20  chains from shore, thence on the  etxvt boundary line, of leat-e lot  marked 66 If R M; tl!pnce.iiorth*20  chains, thenco east 20 chains ihnt.ee  north 20 oiininn, thence enst 30  chains; thenciei south 40 ilmitis,  thence west 50 .clinins, hack to pi <ce  of cominencenient, containing 1(0  aores more or les<*,  Davidson WaudCo., Ltd!  F S Ward, agent.  Dated August 16, 1911.  Change of advertisements will  not be received ni this ofllce later  than ia o'clock noon   on   Tues  days.  SAYWARD LAND'DISTRICT.  DiBtrict of Sty ward.  TAKB NOTICE that Arthur   Rowland  Beit, of Vauoouver, B.C., transport agent,  lutond") to npply for permission to poroha-o  the following desorilxdhndfli���������-Conimei o-  ing at n pout plnntod nt tho acmtheaRt corner of lot SID, oii tho nortli bou.idmy of  lot 517, thondi nor th 80 ohaine,   thenco.  on������t 76el)'aiiio. tlicnof anuth 80 chaiiic,  thtuo-,|������-OBt 75 ollnini to point of oommenoe  mout, ooutaluiug 000 aoron, more or less,  AiiTiiuit Rowland Ukst,  Robert Itanry Chcatnut Bgent,  Dated Morcli 7tb, 1011,     ���������  SAYWARD LAND DISTKtCT.  Diatriot of Sayward,  TAKK NOrioK that Simviel HciiBmnn,  of Voiioi)uvor,.H.O,, nnohanio, intenda to  apply for pJiralmlon to puiohime tho fol  lowing desodbeil lnnd- .'-Commbiioing at a  post pliiiitu.l nt the noutlHui-t oornor of lot  CM: thouoo tint ICO ohuiiiH, thenoo -atu'h  40ohnios,thenoe wo^t75obalie (more or.  lo������i) tbeuoo norlh fi ohaina, thonco m-sk  85 ohaina, thonon i orth 05 ohiiini lo pot't  ot onmnienocmout, ootdalning COO nom-i,  more or Io-b.     Samuri, IIkahmam.  Robert Henry Olieamut, a_cnt  Dated Maroh 8th, 1011.  "SAYWARD LAND DIHTRICT.  TVlntrl������������t nf Snvwnrd  TAKW i-otlCK that VrHrifM Itrii-phnri-,  wlfo of W. V, Brotighniv, of Vancouver,  H.C, Intendi to apply for pcrmlcRion io  piirolmnp tho following doaerlhed l������nd- :���������  CommonoinR at a pout planted 40 ohiiimi  v.������i*lyl Iht* Auulho ot v.viuim *���������{ U* a������Tl  thenoo cant 120 oIuIiib, thenou nouth 40  ohaiim, thenou wait 120 ohtlns, tlionce  north 40 ohalna to point of oommeno mont,  containing 480 aores, moro or 1 u.  PlIANOKH UltOliaitAM.  Robert Henry Cluutuut, agont  DaleJ Maroh 8th, 1011.  _ u^^u^ _ ���������        __n___, _b aa t*  The Ortol Xnollah   ftamtttu.  ron<wftndlnvlg4wetr*nthgwliolo  *" '      ninkoo   iinw  mj^trt* Njrt*  ifm-try, qw������, ,***������*'&**.|>.\������lfM<P* I, It/Hr-  *rrktm,n*ft$IW^mtf Ah*****" #*et*a������*.   ^Xrift   ,    ifttufUal  Moaloln*  ma WWft ������wl  out V^ttjbJifmM a*fT"r*qiH.W<  norvou  lllMdj  "7  m  n  N.i jt-wr ilo-nnt, ; Kj������"������ pSTBt ffifiiliT "One \v  Robert Henry Obcil.il, .ff.nt  Slft.-SMSgS  Tomnto, Onif  ������,���������������... .tf.. m-r"*.~mmmU~,l������4..fTm*ml .  ���������;i$L  \.  MADE IN CANADA  ACIC  THE   yEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Make. Your EXPENSES Light  Mak������*e Your BISCUITS Light  Makea Your CAKES Light  Makea Yew BUNS Light  Makea Your LABOR Light  OIACX PROM YOUR  CBOCER.  E.W.caXETTCO.,LTD,  *   Tnfooto, OoU  IL-1 UlU-ULHUm  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guest*.  The Oohtial Hotel for Sportsmen  I None but tha Itest of Wines and Liquors  [at the Itar.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston;  Prop  Go to  JOHN McLEODS  |?0R FIRST-CLAW .  CANDY, PRUITK.  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  iF VOU WANT  GOOD PRINTING  GIVE US A TRIAL  |^'^>4^^^l't',d^rl^'4'v4*i'x'aHlua"aHl,'li.  c  0  T3  O  <D'V- c  ;?.'������>������������������  ".a  \  tt  i  t  m  0  ������S: i  ���������    if-.  <D.':  (fl: 0 ���������������  ^     -    ���������  *7 { *-*       *Z*\  m-mmt        UA  ^"H ummi  as''      C*  4->.     <M    '0  C" Pi t%  CD  u  Cm  W4W*M*4W44*W4������W  NOTICE is', baroby givon tinfou llio lit'st  -l.-y of.Doaombrr'incrt application will be  rondo to the Superintendent of Provincial  Police. Victoria, for the renewal of the Uo-  del liceuae. to sill liquors by retail io the  hoteljkoown aa tht Port Auguita butel. ait  aated at Oomox, B.C.   John 0. Cuubncm  Dated October 8. 1911.   0 -  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.  Having built a largo a ar������houae and nil  atConrtinay, 1 will in fuiuro keep on  hand * stock of ull kinds of. Hay, Or.lu,  nnd Feed at lowest maiket -rntes, A  speqialty will be made of roller crushed  fead'ftfrhowcawhiohniill jauke a a.ving  of ene third in the oo>t of feed. Ord������ra  given tho toamater or by phono 7>ill be  promptly filled. Thanking you for your  patronage in the pust and ooliolting acoa  tinuance of the sumo ou broader hnea, I  beg to ren.aiu  Youra to coinmaud,  BYRON CRAWFORD.  UNION S. S. CO., of B.C. Ud  Nanaimo-Ujuon Bat- Comox- Rt>vtn.  Sailing as under���������  Twin-8or������w Bioumtr "C0VV1CKAN"  L������avea Vancouver Thuwday G p.m.  Arrive Uuion (for Cumberl-and,) Friday  morning  A* riven 0 ������m*.'X Friday morning '  - Returning'  "Lv    Comox  Fridyip m  ������������������ UuorMtey       ������'' 5   "  ���������' NinalnsO II p.m.  Leaves Yiit'couver, Saturday 8 p m  Arrives Nuniiimo, Saturday 12 p m  Arrives Union, Kuuduy 6 a in  [''or l,'uml>erland|  Arrivce Uomoic,   Sunday 80m  Roturuiug:--  Loaves Comox, Simdny 4pm  Leaves Uuf*>a triuiidny 5 p tn  Leaves Nviainioj'Sunduy 11 p.������������  [Subject to.ohuuge without coiiot]  DRINK  The purest and bestgBBBR, _and  made in Cumberland.  . ..  ii-l'i'-.tn.*  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -     FdE  SALE  BY     ���������     -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave..      Vanoouvor. B* C.  ^tmmmmW-mftXWfcSiXlCm  1  [  P.  JI Dealer in  ;[      AU. KINDS OP  ���������; Fruit, wdy igars ]\  \ igarettes & Tobacco, i;  Honoro Htock,  t   CUMBERLAND, B.O.  FAIRFIELD  STORE ���������  J. JACK,   lJuoi\  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Gaudies,  Fruits and Tobacco.  Vancouver Ice Cream,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  EMk'a Gofttoto Root Compound  ^^UeW������niKl}  -w   t-a jvdeffrooa atrowrer.J3| J*  v?7     wepald on, roocTptM r  / .. HL,     Vtw i������inptlee. AiHrwif  wmVmml%Umi*.w, tjarattrlym  . -.    ���������  *  Ihe Vancouver Daily Province  To September 23,  1011, for ���������������   ���������.   .���������   ..  OP'SClfii UU'ScpietiibcY.2^ to w aa<1rcas  in Canada ontai do the city o������ Van-  couver, for 22if\ ......y.y  G'dueral Electlens SeptewAw 21  4ta>  Yalfe advantasje of our Splendid Nowb, f *iarvic6  arid follow intellJgentl/the moves of each party,  ���������HM*TIW""*"i''"'l"���������'���������'" I1 I  mmtimmnaimmmtm  ���������m*mmttg������*mmimtiat'  Ji ,9   $4  NOTICE '  Any person or porsoiifl, cutting,  removing or taking nny bluckp,  timber or wood, qf nny doiicrlptlodn  jolonglng to tlm AVelllngton Co),  dory Co'y., or from or off tho lnnd  of tlio aald Company, or, nnyOne  tipping rubbish of any description  any whero ilpon lhe company',a  laud will b������ prosecuted to the full  extent of tlio law,  W. li. COULSON,  Genoral Manager,  Wellington Colllay Cu,).  ji': is indispensable in the  camp, and for ail   impromptu-Tineals:,:--  ArJdalittleBOVRlL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  ������7  ��������� RtyPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE uotrco that Fudora Mae L**������eoii  of Vancouver, B. C.   ncoupation jWidow,  i toudu t������> iipniy t������r p6iMiis'i'in_ to p������r-  chnabjliefulluwiigil botib.d laid : Oim  '��������� ineumug nt nt a p .at planted  aliout  out*  mile north nnd 40 chiins i aft of tlie S. R.  corner of Sooiiou 4, T ���������wm.hip 8,  theiicv.  _-_n<jr_li__80_cl*ain9.__t.hence.fnei;-80-ohuUs,  ; thence eout'* 80 chnin*-,   tber.ee west 80  ' chains to plnoeol couimenceinent, conttiu  inn tiiQ aores, in. re < r lets.  Soribed <*n po t EML'u S.W. corner.  EndoraMae Lebsox,  D>u Gliik, Agent.  Dated Dencmber llth, I9lt.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Distript of Rupert  TAltE notice that Gardiner Al-  fXander'Brady Spencer of Alameda  GaL^occnporion plumber,  intendt?  o npply'for jiermiwlon lo purchnse  the'fblloWin? described lundr:-'  Commencing at a post planted  about 30 chains west of Iho foti'h  eabt corner of SbcMon 24,'Township  21, Ihence wesi ,80 .chain*. Ihence  apuih 80 chainR, thenee east 80  chniiis,' thenco north lo south jooro  of Wolf Lake, thenco wen I orly along  Bouth; Hiore lo Wesr end of lako,  thenco eapt along north shore about  40 chain?, thenco north to place of  co'm'ii.bncemonl, oontuining , 4o0  itoreii'moroor let*.  Scribed on po������',G A.B.S.'s N.E.  corner,'  GAllDKKtt AM5XAKDE8 BRADY  Spknckr.  Dun Clnrkl Agont  Datod Decombor 14th, 1910.  itUPR.UT LAND DWTlilCT  I . Dutriotaf IUipstt.  TAKH NOriCE Ihi-WaraeH Dratlilmw,  o( Kmiorla, Florida, carpenter, In tin t'n  to apply for pormlwilnn i>piirolin*o lh**  following deaorilwd lani'a:���������*t'ommt*no'na  .it a pout planed 2 inllo������ wmt'of the 8.K,  oorntr of (Wl n24, lownabip20, theno-'  norlh 40 oh i a. tli nnn  wi*Bt 80 ohalsr  thonoa sonth 40 olulnn, thouoo out 80  oliaiua to pinup cf cnninicnctunont, con-  Uinl .ff 820 nort*fl moro or lost*.  Borlboil on pout J U's B.E. oorujr,  " ?   James Huadhiuw,  Dau Clark, agon*-.  Dated D.ccmlw IOUi, 1010.  i'i     in.i.i. ,1 in,,,     ���������   mi  .im in,    ��������� RUPBKT LAND DIVTfiTCT  Diatriot of Rupork.  TAKE. ^OTICR    that  Adolnido  Esstar  Olark' "Br������wn,   of.  llrookfisld   N.  Y���������  married woiihnuMtttonds to apply fir p*r-  mlfliion to porch*a������ the followHig dcucrih-  ed landa:���������Oimmcnoing at a post planted  at aouthweat oon or of 8 odou 19, Townahip 0,. thenre north   80 ohninn,,   thenoo  eaat 80 ohaina,   thenee   tooth   80 ohaina,  thenof weat 80 ohaina to place of oommon-  ment containing OlOaorca more or leu.  Soribed*on poat A.K.C.B'a S.W. oor  Adrlaidr marv.it UiiMXK Bnovrs.  Dau Clark, ag>iit-,  Da-od Decomber 10th, 1ft 10.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notics Hint Rlohmond  Charles Bins of Vancouver, B.C.,  Broker intends lo npply for por  mission to purchare the following  deacribod Inndf:- Commencing nt  a post plunled nt } post, between  Section 18k, Township 9, arid.Section: i8, Township 2$tliufft.wraL46  chnini", thonco poulh 40 chains,  tin nco wept 40 ohoina, thenco roulh  80 chainc; thenoo oft&t 40 chaiim,  Ihorico north 40 chain**, llionre o������M  40.chftlpp, thenco north 80chains lo  placo of coimnoiifemont, contniulng  640 ucres moro or l<w;'  Scribed on pout UOB's N E oor,  Richmond Cuaui.kb Bisr,  Dan Clark, ngont.  Dated December 19 h, 1010,  UP .ERT LAND DISTRICT -'  District of lliiviert'  TAKE notice Ihat Bertram Jamee  Tusker of Varicnuver, li. C. occupation Express Manager intends to  to apply for petm!68ion to purcha*������  the   full* Ainy  described   landt;-^  m  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS  ONLY 0#B DOLLAR A YTCAU.  WOTIOE.  *  Riding on locomo(ivan and   rati  way cars of  the  Union  flolliory  Company by any person  >ir  prr-  ions���������except tain crow���������id atrictly  prohl'Mted,    Employees  rrt> iul>-  ���������ec Uidistnlcnal for Hllowinjj* ������am-  Hv ordor  W. L, COULSON,  General Manager.  ������Ul������KilT LAN!)   DIHI'UICT  Dis'net of Ruqert  TAKK notice thai IVIln Hrooks.  of Vancouver. B. .0., Married  woman, in end j to npii'v ��������� f������r por������  mispion to purchr^o tl.o fdllowinfi  dofcrilied liinelc.' -Coninipnoing ul  pout planted at the ���������'northwest tor  nerof Section 30, Townnlilp 0.  tlmi ce entit HO ohnins, llieiice noutli  80 chn'iii*, thoi.ee wwi K0 rlinins,  tht'iic*;'. north 80 chaiua lo 11 um uf  cam noncoinciit ,, coutiii it y, CIO  acr<n moio or ha,*  8cril������'������l on |������.i������l |) Ii'   K. W  cor.  Dki.i.a Bkookk,  \H\n Clark, Annul.  D.iied December 17th, 1910.  HUPRUT LAND DWTHIOX  Diatriot of Itnp*rt..  TAKK NOTIOK that Kdward Dyko,  of .Bit pfanmtoi. NY, conohm������n,inloiJ(lB to  apply for permission to purohaio tlio fol.  lowing cl<if(erlbod lnnds:���������Cenimaniilnn-*; at  * put planteil 2 mlloi west ol tlio  south onst corner of Btetien 34, To jrruhlp  -20, Ibenoo wait 80 ohalm, thence aouth  BOoliaina, thenoo out "BO olialm, tlitnca  norlh 80 chains to plaoo ofoommeuaiment,  conUlnlno 010 aorea, more or lest,  I1   Nmllwtfl tyn rnuxt F!tV������ N.!*-, eptaw.  I KllWAUIl DVKH.  ^    . ���������       . Dm Olark, Agont.  Dated Docouiber I mil, 1010.  Comfi*'   ~"cing   at "a   j.cst-jdanttd  aho-   110 chains'wee. of the  suth  ea    corner of Section  24,, Township 21,   thence   went   80   chains,  the:ice fouth 80 cliaitip, tlience east  80'chains, thence north 80 chain*  to place   i f  commencement,  con-  tainitig 64,0 acres moro or 1hss.  Sciibed oii porft'^iB j' TV N.E;, :  Bj?trtra.m Jamks Ta-Kkij,  ��������� Dan Clarkir'fgent  DaioJ December. 14ih, 1910.   *  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT '  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Marguerite  Leitch of Vancouver, B.C., occupation SiiJcslady, intends to apply  for permission io purchase the fol*  lowing described Und--: -  Commencing ai a post planted  at tho north eaet cornt'r of Sec-ion  34, Township 20, Ihence wdDt 80  chaina, thence south 80 chair.*,  thenco eaet 80 ohaina, thence north  80 chuins to place of commor.co-  mom, containing 640 acres, mora  or less.  Scribed ;>n poe>, M.L.'h N. K.,cor,  Mabgukiutb I.BITCHi  Dnn. Clark, Agont,  Dnlod December lfiih, 1010.  RUPERT LAND "HtlSTKIOT  District of Rupert  TAKE noiico thai Edna Fisher  Spcncor of AUmrri-i, Cu)., nmrricd  woman, iniondu to apply for por-  mission lo ptirchafo lhe following  dofcrihed lands:���������  Commoneiiig at a podt planted  at the south went corner of ftoeiirm  2 Township 21, tlience enat RO  chains, thence noith 80'chaini-,"  thonco wosl 80 chains, ihence nuuh  80 chains to place of commotio.*.  ment, uontnlninp; IHO acroa mmo or  less,  Scr'.herl 0n post E.F.R'k fi W.cor.  Kdna Kishkh Im'^ueh  Dnn Clark. Ageril.''  Datod Dorembor Iflili, 1910.  ^3^*^^*'m������������*v*^m^|m^������ci  0, H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And oil KITCHEN . UTKN8ILB  Sportsmens Goods  nucl  General' Hardware  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot of Rupert.  TAKE nolici- Ihut IluiuVc A#hl������y  of Vrtia.ouvci, ii,C , married womnn  intends to opply for pcrrnirsiftn to  purchitro tho following do'cttbud  litnds: ���������  Commencing at a post planted  at iho smith' ras' rnrnt-r of Frcilon  3, TownH.lp 21, ihonco iio������*tli 80  chains, I Ik nee went 80 <*l-ain*,  them'ii* south Hit flia.t h, tbeiwo  eaal 80 cliaina lo pine- nl ������:.;ir  twncciiiH'ii, coiii.iinin^ (JiO ijcief.  more or lesn  Periled on jwl, H.A.'*. 8,E. cnr.  j H,u������������������,'i: AMinv  ' v., . Dan Clork, Agenf.  DdUd Dic'^mU-r J6i)i, lf)10.  I L     *������-      S������--*������    ������  ������ ���������j-"1J -r- --r-���������- Tit-���������-������������������������"-��������� n"i*ii������iai*^LiiJi .1 ���������*i*t>  fl +fmpk.-WffmttoX  =gyC!Si33^g:gaa*3ffrr  i*i*"*_������rv>_l-l** K>  ���������flwn>nlf|..nfcit.)ii  ^*WTt-*"i* ���������^^wi^TfV.V,^  *,.^,,^������JJ I,*,  '-f mimc^m; h> tx*.*, ��������� ������*- *���������l" _'���������",-  .,&..** ������*m*m-*im������, 1 fm^,      ***,. ,. ,_ _.'  TIIK NEWS, CI|MBE:RLAm B. C.. ,.  A   WONDERFUL   DISCOVERY  An eminent scientist, tlio o'her day,  iavc Ills opinion that the uw-ii vun-  isiful tllsiByveiy of recent ycwis wag  ���������Jk* iliwiiveiy ol" Z.tm-lJiik. .lu*--t t!)i:i'.'.  .is boon as ii sint-lo iliin layer of-Jinn:-  Eluk is applied to a wound or Horo,  mcli injijiy I** jiiMii'cil against blond  oison! Not one species oi' micro!)',  ms been found that Zain-Biik docs  id kill!  Then again. As soon ns Zam-Hr.k ii  '.pplicd to :i sole, or u cut, or to skin  'l-i-iiM.-. it ^lojifi the final till?. That  ,i why oiiililien are mich fil'-nda of  ���������inm-Huk. Thoy care nothing I'or th'?  cic-nee of the t lif ut*. All tliey know ir*  hat Ham-Huk mop.-, tliolr pain, Mo-  ���������leib -ht'iilii never toilet thR  Again. As soon as Zani-Bulr. is ap-  '.lleii to u wound or to a -diseased part,  tho cell-*' beneath the sltlii s Mii-faco  ���������ire so stimulated lliat new heul.hy  ilesiie Is ([iilekly tonne-il. . This forin-  n������ of fresh healthy tissue from below  ���������a Znni-Vhik'H Hecret of healing. The  Issue 1,1 ins formed Is worked up to  'he sin face and literally can's oft' the  llse'itu'd tissue ahbve.it. .Tbia 1������ why  .'.smi-Buk' cures are peniiiuient.  Only Ilie other day Mr. Mais.1*, oi  101 Delorimler Ave., IMontveal, called  lpon (In* Zam-Buk Company and udd  ���������hem lliat for over '-twenty-five- years  ir- had been a marlyr to ecv.oina.'llis  nindii were, at one lime so covered  wiih sores that he had to Moop in  iovrs., Four veins iigoZain-liiik wa*'  ���������introduced, to-him. and in a few  months it cured hint.-Today���������over  hree yearn after his cure of a diseasi  ie had for twenty-five- years  ���������till cured, and he has had no trace  I any return of the eczema!  CURRANT  COMBINATIONS.  AU. drucglsts sell  Zum-Bulc at  GOc  'ox, or-we will send free trial box if  on Hend this advertisement ami a le.  ���������tamp ,.(to pay return postage).    Ad-  ��������� ress Ziini-Ruk. Co., Toronto.  This Fruit Combinas Well With Othar*  . of tho Small Kind.  Cwrant** cuml-liu- wi*ll wi'li several  of the piiii'tilar suiitiin*r berries und  iinnll fniit-> liki>. riierriex, ' ilucUle-  berries. i*a*-|ii'en'lr.s 'jiihI' "ii|*i<*t*lii*rrle9  are <'.*ieh delicious when cooked with  about one-third lheir bulk of '���������in-rnnt!*'.  Ctiifants are soiiietimes added Iii a  ���������small i.iiiinttty in a I'lNplierry or a  huckleberry pie.  Stewed huckleberries iiial.e a nlco  compote for Mipper on Sunday evenings, and (**in'.-ini-* mblcd lo-it aro often considered an improvement.. ��������� For  a plain huckleberry compote add a  cupful of siiK.il" to c\ery three cupfuls  of bciTies and micw lliein In barely  enough water to keep them from burning-, Curraiil** may be added In nny  amount preferred. Half and . halt  make a good mUltire. but n third of  currants is al-u satisfactory. If two-  ililrdu of cun aula and one-third of  huckleberries are used more, sugar will  bo required.  A well known cook offers the follow-  imr recipe for it raspberry and currant marmalade: Rub two quarts of  raspberries and n quart of currants  through a sieve that Is lino enough to  exclude the seeds. Add :i pound of  sugar to every pint of pulp. Boll the  sugar till It strings In a small- quan-  !>.<> li,I tit.v of water and iii another kettle reduce the fruit to one-half Its original  bulk. Then mix the two and boll-them  down together lo a thick marmalade.  The . Caiulian' Pacific  Hailway    an-  ���������ounces that their Frascr Canyon Hot-  1 has been re-opened  until October  '.i'h.   This hotel haa been thoroughly  ���������(���������novated, and-refurnished and is now  n a par Willi the other C. P. It. motin-  ilu hotels with regard to accommoda-  !on. Au the hotel is particularly well  ���������tuat<������d.lt will bo very popular with  ourists.  Was Cured by LydiaE.Pink-  hani's Vegetable Compound  Lindsay, Out,���������"I think it is no  wiore thiui right, for mo to thank Mrs.  ['inklium for what her kind ad vice and  f.ydia E. riiikluini's 'Vegetable Com-  pound hits done for  mo. When I wroto  to her some timo  figo-'I was a very  Hick .woman, suf-  .t'eririfffrom female  troubloa, I hart  inflammation o"f  the female orpana,  and could .uot  Htimd or walk any  rliatiinoo. At last I  was confined to my  bed, and the doctor  saitl.J would have  to po LliroiiKli an operation, but this T  refuiifd Iodo," Airiendadvised Lydia  K. I'Mitkliain'fl Vegt-tnblo (!oin]ioi|ii(l,  ind iKMv.ivftor using-threebottlen of It,  ! i'ect lild'aiifwwoiimi). Iinostlienrtlly  "I'ltiTiiiiciidtliis itiftdloiiii) to all women  vliiiHiiifcr with I'onifiletroubles. J havo  iIho taken Lydia E, I'Jnkliam'a Liver  ���������I'illM ami think tliey are fine,"���������Mrs.  Fiiank F.mhi.kv, I.indstny, Ontario.  Wn I'linnot iiiulerutand why women  will lake chances witsli an opovatlon ov  Irajf uni a alekly lmlf-luMirted oxisfc-  ���������r.cc, inltisliiK three-fom'ths of the joy  ..>f livlni,', without.ih'Ht trylnff Lydia Is.  I'iukliiiin'HVeKetablt' Coinpoiuicl,  For Lliirty years it haa.boon tho  -tiuiditrd remedy for l'enmlo ilia, and  Imn cured IhoiiHiuitls of women who  have been troubled with mieh ailments  as dlH|iliit*eiiientH, lntlammiiUon, ule.or.  tition, libroid Iiiiuoi-h, IrreRiilarities,  ���������icrlnilU'. paHia, baclcitclio, indigestion  md norvoiiH prontvatlon.  Two���������in'iiulreil and forty-nine oul. of  ��������� eiy InoiiHiuiil of tho woild'n pop'lla-  ���������in lhe beneath the Hoverelgnly of  iiif t! ������������������ui'80 V."  I'mlrci. M.c child from the rnvaRos  '   wurii'v.   hy  hhIiu?  Mother  Graven'  Vi-ivnt KMeniilniitor.   ll la n Htnndtii'd  -���������ined.v and yenr.? of us.* hau iMiliniic-  I It*-  repiiliillon.  The Un*.-il(iwn wagon Is all lig'ht,  *: hM!:'; have no \\ko for a low-dnwp  ' an, .  /HMWM.  W *i* IV T������ "v'ltcr ]:ov-' di,"!y^  A*r [\\ tu c!,iu,,.��������� Ci%  I W ll^li*   l:\f..'\   n���������.\ Vn-.-'-  i)? and their chuMe,- i;*.r.������������i nnd  (e������l, BUM* will -\-rtn tlicm  quickly, without Imrd uorub-  blnf**, nnd |*;iv������ ths skin soft  and emoolh.  Gel a can ������| your dealer'*���������  BSw  UMMHMl  Canninn String Beans.  Owiny lo their composition preen  strlnt,' b'-!ins nre particularly liable to  fermentation, as they are inviting to  the bacteria lliat cause this process.  For this reason (hey are best canned  by tlie sterilization method, which, although It requires a little more time,  ls ninny times more satisfactory jthan  any other. It is accomplished in the  followlofr manner:  Select young and tender beans, string  them and break (hero Into ���������> short  lengths. Pack them firmly in the jars,  cover them with cold water tind add  one teaspoonful of salt to each quart.  I'tit on" Ihe rubber nnd the top and  boll for one hour on each of three successive days. At the end of the hour  remove tlie cover of the boiler and allow the steam to csenpe. Press down  tho sprint? or tighten the lid on the  Jars, according to the kind used, to  prevent any outside air froin entering.  The Jtirt can bo removed and cooled"  -or���������n 1 lowed -io - s tay- ia-the^bollcr���������tlll-  tho next day."  -  On. tbo second day loosen the lid  again. This will relieve any pressure  from steam that might accumulate inside the jar during the second cooking. Place the ]iirs"again In the' boiler  and boll for one hour.  Itepeat tho operation the third day.  In removing the jars from the boiler  care should be taken not to expose  tbem to a draft of cold nir while'they/  are hot. ns a sudden change In temperature is likely to crack the Jars.  The lids should be tightened securely.  If spring tops are used It ls easy iciest the completeness of the sterllzlng  process. This Is done by releasing the  spring at tho side of tho Jars nudplcic-  Ing up the Jars by tiie top, If there,  lias been tlm least bit of decomposition or if the sterilization has' not  been complete the top will eomo off.  This Ih because pressure on tho top  haa been released by llio gris formed  by the bacteria.  Thing* Nobody Knowa.     "  Thero aro many strange facts about  animals which no one haa ever seemed  ablo to understand or explain.' Hero  are a few of tliern;  A fly will crawl to tho top of n win*  dowpane, fly back to tho bottom and  crawl ui) OCTin. Hardly ever doca It  Ily up and crawl down,   <���������    .-������������������  t.  Hens scraicli for food always with  th'o mm behind them .no'lliat its rays  will retleet on tlio tiny Heads. Vet a  blind lien, for which this reason does  not hold, always manages to get the  siiti behind her also when* alio  senilolies. .'..,   ,     .   .  Cats hardly ever IId with their feet  to ilio lire. In n*oat cases tjiey lie instead with lheir left,aldo,'.turned toward It. Hut dogs Invariably lie with  their foro paws to tlio lire, .  A mouse overlooks a perfectly safe  food Biipply, Kullleloiit for a meal or  r\vo, to enjoy the perilous .pleasures of  an unlimited store. It will hide nenr  the food and como out to nibble when  It Is hungry, for It la"not true Hint a  mouse runs to" lis holo at the tlrst  nltirm.  MANY NEW.BRANCH'LINES,-,,,  fanadlan .Pacific ' Railway    Pushing  '  ���������   Steel  in this West.  Scttlera coming'Into,, Canada'next  year' will- lux ve'at" their servlco many  lEilos or new. railway lines',for tranii-  pemtton . Into'new.'sections of the  prairie provinces.'.*In.* Saskatchewan  alono the Canadian Pacific Railway  lias--at--present* under construction  nearly six hundred miles of , new  branch lines.-��������� Hundreds1'of gangs'of  .laborers and track-layers are at work  tn va-rlous parts of tho country, and  surveyors tiro tit work mapping "out  other-lines In, all parts of the prov:  lnce. As fast as these lines nro completed arid inspected rog-iilaiv services  are being liiaugur-ite-d, bo that vtheii  tho yearly rash of'new settlor;* to tho  Wesi starts, noxt spiing, there will he  plenty of new tei.rltory opened up.  The largest of the new lines ln Sask-  atcliewttn being built by the (."'.. V. ll.  fs that between Iteglirt and ColoiiH'iy'.  Tills line iuna almost, directly north  from lteglna until t'rnvon Is reached,  when it. branches off ln a westerly  direction to Winnipeg���������Edmonton  line. It is 133 miles from "Color.-say  to Keginii nnd on this, a service will  shortly be Inaugurated between Col-  onsay, and Imperial, a distance of 411.7  miles, South of Imperial track-laying  hns advanced another twenty-five  tulles. This line passes through ��������� a  splendid farming countiiy whicli will  be thickly set lied before long.  Another of the new C. P. It. branch'  lines in Saskatchewan of over a hundred miles in length is that- between  Outlook and Kerrobert. This ls really the middle division of the Moose  Jaw-Macklln branch. Services have  been operated for some tlmo between  Macklin aud Kerrobert and ..Outlook  and Moose Jaw, but there aro still a  number of miles of the middle division to be built. When it is finished  Che entire branch will be 2C7 miles  long and will eventually form n Junction with the Lacombc���������Cas-lor branch  at Kerrobert. This new line will be a  great boon to all classes in Saskatchewan for not .only will the fawners  along the right-of-way benefit, but It  will give the towns and cities, in* its  terrltoiy, direct new connection with  tho main lino of the Canadian Pacific  to Moose .law, Regina, Brandon; Winnipeg, Minneapolis, St. Paul and  Chicago.  A third big branch /under construction ls from Weyburn to Lothbiltlge.  Tip to March of this year track on this  line had been laid as far as Omega,  fifty-two miles from Weybuni. There  is now a through service' between  Weyburn and Omega. On the rest of  the line from Omega westward'grading was commenced In May pf this  year and up to last month fifty por  cent of it had been4completed up to  miles sixty. This line when-completed  will permit of a new'route fronrPqrt-  land,-Oregon,-to,St._Paul. Minneapolis..  Chicago, and it will also open up', a  very fertile country.       ���������:  From Swift Current there are .being  built two branches, .northwest and  southeast. Both of these branches  were only .started three months, ago  but on each fifty per cent of the grading ls now completed.* The first nam-  ed branch will give good transportation facilities to. the farmers near the  South Saskatchewan River.  There arejalso two, branches being'-  built from Wilkie., One ot these*  branches reaches out in a northwesterly direction and the other, In a southwesterly, direction. ��������� On the former,  which is 3fimileB long thpro is 75  per cent of the .grading completed,  while on the latter out of 52 miles  there is\15-per' cent of t,ho grading  finished: The Southern branch from  Wllklo . will'bd further supplemented  by a* branch running from Kerrobert,  in'a northeasterly* 'direction.-'' With  these two 'branches completed, .transportation'facilities for the farmers in  the- country through which they pass  will bo' unsurpassed, and thoy. will  probably provo a big factor in the  Inducing of new eeUlers to, locate ln  that locality. This branch from Ker**.  robtift, northeasterly, will .be ...twenty.  five nillea long, , Up to date eight  miles of grading have been completed.  On-'tho Estevan, northwest branch,  thero aro fli'ty-flvemiles of new' track  under construction, 'This .branch connects with .-tlie' Weyburn���������I.ethb'rlilge  branch nl. Forward. On llojjlna���������1B'ul-  yea branch,' 42..'miles, ti'iiek-lnyhvg has  beon. completed and a: sprVlco' will  shortly 'bo ���������Instituted.; On .the, double-  tracking froin Pascjua,to ' Moose Jaw  eighty-five��������� .por cent of. tlie grading ls  completed- but'' no-RtAel has :w Vet  been-lald. About equal progress, ha-j*  been made on. the double-track between Moosi* .Tuw,ami uroii. ;.,'���������'.'.  Tho; other C, V. II. bnuicliMii fiiiak*  Jatch'nwan on which ennslriu'lloii work  is' being done.. Ih bclweyil Moono  Jirw HOiilhweHterly, to mllw .>���������">. <lrn.il-  lii������ Is going ahead on tlils-hi'iinehat  a rapid rale. ���������������������������"���������.  Ml'i.nrd'a  Liniment  Cures . Dandruff.  !?��������������� -*!  3������������  ONEY DOIT  mmfi\  .  ;     .     '    ���������   ' .   DON'T BAIvE-BAKE���������BATCE IN THE HARD  ��������� ' OLD FASHIONED WAY  It shortens your lifo, spoils your temper and ruins your looks.  Try tho new way���������the MOONEY way.    ���������  No spoiled baking.   No overheated kitchens. Lots of leisure in the home.'  MOONEY'S BISCUITS aroso fresh, so crisp, so appetizing thab  Ihey arc largely taking the place of home baking with thousands of Western  peoplo.   Ask for u ���������  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  Jn air tight, dust' proof and damp proof packages  ���������or in sealed tins if you prefer them.  Made in the Big Sanitary Factory in Winnipeg,  Of each dollar rcccired by the city  of New-York in' taxes ll cents goes to  public charity.  I'liareoal pl:u*d   In  a  refrigerator  vlll abaorti   the odor* of food.  iilKi.^trf.^f*afm0,fAi,-,  ������="  W. N, U. No. ||f,  TmtB.  %  Canada's Capital. ��������� *, '  In Ur* old days lictore liie Kovoral  Canadian prtfvineps-entered upon th')  present, eonfeder'ation lhe Parliament  met, iiltfrnately nt Montrenl and Que.  bee, and tlie ofiielala of thn Cioveni-  mont seleoted their own place, ol rest.  (Umon, Tint rivalry between ���������tlinnr- oi-  tii'M wan to iii'iitu uiHt nr*itiii*r could  ti.: ..������...,.','��������� ,..i' Uf: fii^iilnl, a,.,] li. lir,7  both jf'iiiivl in an address*), whiuh wild  rallllcil by Parliament, asking Quemt  Victoria to a*;.tie tiie dispute,  During    thi   lollowiug   year    kIu  uniiied   Ottawa,   then   a   lively   lltli i.  ���������uinucr t-itiuji ui -j.'aai nr i>,i>im pi-njnw,  umipyinj-   nn   exceedingly   Invorubi.*  yeographieul loeatiou,  Hlflh Life In Drazll.  You enn (hid mime tiptop cost of  llvlnir In llnbla. Ttrnztl. Koutliiird I'.  Warner, our consul (here, Niiys tbat,  with woii'imy nnd no entertalulns.  tx Hinall family of four can mnl;e out  about tlila iv-iy: Iteht. $75; prbvhtoiw,  $|W; fPi'vant, {f^.l); fuel for cooking,  $10; llBlilIng:. $10; waler, *.">; Inisiidrj.  $'J5-or moro than $300 a nibulli f-r  juut tho*o tlonii. And wo nil know,  how tho ImiiluiiLiU uiuUo tbo Xi'���������\  total when tho first of tlm tnontu bllli  ���������oiiif b.-N������w Turk l'ltst.  The German Empress adopted ihe  pretty, practice of giving lw*r daughter  iv pearl every Christmas Day. Queen  Alexandra used to be'-tow on hei*  daughters a peail every birthday, they  now form beautiful necklaces.  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  that Contain Mercury,  as "mercury will mircly destroy tho senso of smell  ua.l louiplctcly dcruiiso. tli*; wholn system whon  ciitcrliK It through the mucoiib surlarra. Such  iirtlri:* EhoUld never !*���������; used oxeept on preserlp.  tlona 'roin lepnt.ible tihyslclans, ns tlie damage they  will do U ten told to the. Rood you cnn possibly derive ti'ora tli-iPi. 1 tail's Catarrh Cure, manutactureii  by l'\ J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.. eontalim no mer-  tury. and li taken l.iternally. actlnir dliectly ui������n  the blood and inucoii*- nurluces ot tho Eystem. In  buy lnu Halt's Catarrh Cure-bo sure you got tho  ccmtlnt;. It la taken Internally and mado In Toledo  *)hlo. bv F. J. Cheney A Co. Testimonials tree.  bold bv nnisHjLitfl.   Prise. 7Be. per bottlli.  TaUe, llall'9 Family Pills tor constipation../  I , Pood for Thought  , 'An Irishman entered a elockmalier's  establishment and asked to bo shown  a ilim-piecc thut. would not rei|itirc  winding too often'. ,  Tlio. assistant, produced one. and  after pvHisIng its good points, remarked: "1 cun guarantee this clock to  go for el-_ht. days without winding."  "Well." says Pat. "I'll take if, bul  would you mind lollliiR me how long  It will go If I wind ll?'  A band oJ s-ui^eon's pl.iKio*' around  the thumb, below the nut", will cure  children of 'SticklniR 'flie.-'r .thumb.  Importance   Recognized  _ "Do you think ��������� that man really ap-  prcciaitfilTthe Importance" of-the~office  to T/hlcJi wo liave elected lilni?' said  ono constituent.  ��������� "1 guess ho does," replied Uie other.  "The first thing he did was to say  il ought to command *a larger salary.".  When 'you are crowded, just keep  on moving.  A Pill That Is prized.���������There lmve  been many pills put upon tho market  and pressed upon public attention but  none has eiu'tircil so lon& or met with  so much favor lis Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills. Wide'spread use of them has  attested thoir .great value, and they  need no further advertisement than  this. Having firmly established iheni-  pelves In public esteem, tliey now rank  without a,,peer,-in the list of stantlaid  vcsToiab!e~T)Tepavaiioiis*^ ���������"   Noah's Great Find  Noah -sighted Mt. Ararat.  "At liu:.*���������" ho cried, "tlio nioii:i.tala  resort with an oman view!"  Herewith lie lVlt ,the voyage wai  not In vain.'  CONSTIPATED CHILDREN  Constipation in e.hlhldren is the siir-  st sign of danger���������the most convhio-  ng signal thnt bnby is going*to be ill.  Constipation leads to and actually  en uses more suffering in little ones  than a1*/ other trouble. To koep baby  well -his littlo stomacli must be kept  sweet and his bowels regular���������Bubyis  Own Tablets will do that���������they will  do It safely; surely and without pain  or griping. Concerning them Mrs, S'.  0.' Uraaten, Bergland, Out., says:���������  'My baby was bothered almost continually with his 3tomach and bowels  and was greatly constipated. Baby's  Own Tablets- quickly relieved him and  ] would nor now uao any other medicine. ' Tho Tablets aro sold by nwdi-  clno dealers or by mail at 25 conts a  .hoxU,roni^Tlu*_llr._Ji'iJUam_01e'lii*iii������_  Co.. Ki'oekville, Ont.  On*; of lhe nmst paMiptlc sights in  Nature "Is that .of Petulant man .who  Packs up his Doll-Hags and Ge?s!  Whalebone is!.not bone, at all. ��������� It  has not a single' one'ot tlie many distinctive properties of'bone.   ���������  "'"IIo-'s- got. a let of n-evve, hasn't be?'.'  "I should nay.    Kuows the art  of  bluffing hk creditors, doesn't he'.'" _  "Bluftiiitf his oi'oditors? Why. man,  he clalni*" ho can bluff his wife."���������Toledo'Blade;  The Real Reporter  When the chief reporter of Iho  Popplcloir Post huuglit iwi. aoroplaiio  the proprietor .Hiuitmunod the editor to  dlficuan hl������ fliiceeHitrtr.' ���������      '  "For, of course",-obpoi'ved.(Iin proprietor, "wo ahull soon have a vac*  "ilow about .Telirs!" Biiggested the  editor. ���������     ', '���������.' ���������  ".ronea';" (pievlod - the -proprietor,-  doubtfully, "1 thought lio was ruther  a .failure."  "On'th'q contraiT, he'n ono of'oui'  promising rocrults," voiilled the ciilt*  ui ".'.J Jo:.t:'. 1*1 i- "'W'''". "l1'1 Vnn  vi'iiv-mher'Thn fl'inaihaih vallwuy  fltniiMh. Well, Jon-Cfl found Mm broken  rail that cauaed tho dlsaiiiir lliii't*  hou'* beforo tho 'wprtw wim due. Ho  mi.!, dov/n by tho lino,'-wroto,-,������p tlio  iie.umnt whllo ho waited untl aent ub  i.i.. v...������.nrt tlit> vnrv mlniito after lit*  v/'ccli" took place,'- . ,v   .  m.    .i ��������� ���������-- ��������� m i.n���������mil���������������  Tht re Iwd bwn a Ioiik eontlaufd  ilvou������ht and a fiiniiH' Ind Inveii'tfd a  "inaoliWi"* /or.wrtlorlivx lil������*flol(ln,.Juat  ft? ho got It. tel tip there eama a heavy  hhower.   Ho l������i" ftwuy hi* innoltlno..  ' 1('(*    1H>    lllll'.,"   i\iH   ..il'.d.   "Jtitl    '".ll'    lis*  notliMiu nowailiu'ii  wlihoiit    eoimi-.'H-  iU.it."      ,   .    .  I>..(,|.''i wlut pray on tiietr lcn.i"-i on  Huniluy ninl proy on llitlr lithium-  mi Moiutiy, need nlmpl|cliy In ih<*|r  la'th.  I.i au.it niiuin nn*! InUuii n^n  mi fUd pauyt'i'ji.io i.vmf J.0,0i)l> ������( Iho  piipul-itlon. in Now VorV, onn man In  tv������ry ten fill* ft \>mtf'li Ifovm,  V  ������������������I'll  i  . *  ��������� ���������'.  !  I!  I  "l**P,1*,*T������S,r������il������H������**lt������������������������l������l������������>������>'w������������������  ���������suss.    mtmmir^sartt-mmmramm  MJHH  MB I lli.  ���������t .-  :i-  - *i   :  <���������  s     , t-H*   - ,     a* -, - y* >j" i i-,,_*  ?������*, ,i;i\|  THE NEWS, Cumberland, b. a  ANNIE PLAYED  GOOSEBERRY  ii  ;;And Miss Lettice Answered:;  the Letter In Person.1   i    ���������;���������  ,  '���������  j;      By ETHEL BARRINCTON.      '.".  ��������� ^SH*���������^^H^-H-^���������H���������*->K-l-H-^���������H������*  Blackberries hedged tha road on  either sldo as It wound higher nnd  higher toward tho Herkshlrcs, Here  ���������nd, there some belated strawberries,  tiny s|>ecks of crimson In tbo gratia,  joined their fragrance to tho iuvlgoc-  ���������ting breath ot tbo plnea. From an  iinpalnted barn came the persistent  click-cluck thud-thud of a loom, whero  Miss l.ettlco was wearing yards of  carpet from little balls of colored rags.  j\ voice sharp enough to the verge ot  displeasure startled her.  "Will you Oulsh tomorrow, sister?"  ���������I���������It doesn't hardly seem, possible''���������  '"Twas promised, Tears to me  you're uncommon slow. Surely you're  not such a fool as ta he thinking o'  William Henderson and such nouseuse  it your age."  Miss Letllce's hand Involuntarlly-  ,nought the fastening of lier bodice, but  tbe faint crackle ot tho secreted paper  was too Imperceptible to reach Mrs.  Allen's eara.  "The letter was delayed. He's going  away tomorrow"���������  "Lcttlco Howard, ho's no man for  you. Wo settled that years ngo. I'm'  ashamed for you���������that you so much as  think on him now."  "lie's free again"��������� Miss Letllce  6poke deprccntiugly.  "Free, is It? "If he.wasn't good  enough for you when he was young,  a widower with three chlldreu certainly ain't uo gnin." With a toss of tbe  head Mrs. Allen recrossed the road to  her cottage.  Miss Lettlco sat miserably uncertain, her hands idle In her lap. She  forgot tho loam and Mrs.'narris, who  was counting "on. the' finished carpet,  lier thoughts were "with the curly  headed-liul from whom her sister had  separated her becauso he failed to settle* In the town where he -was born,  but, like a rolling stone, was forever  -wandering, apparently gathering little  of.this world's goods. Now bo had returned and wauled to see" bcr.' It  seemed a cruel* prank of fate to have  Joined "forces with her sister and In  -tee-form-of-delay ed-mall-prevent their,  meeting. A tear gathered beneath her  lashes, but before If fell a pair ot  warm arms wound themselves nround  lier neck.  "Aunt r.cttlce. you're In love, In  Ioto! Don't.nsk mo bow I know, because you aro. You don't listen to  what folks aro saying, and as for .the  carpet"��������� n   ,  ''Yes, dear, the carpet." Miss Lettice seized the shuttle and seut It flying through the shed of warp threads.  Her feet mechanically worked tbe  treadle shifting the hcddlcs; then with  tbe batten she bent the woof of rag  Into placo again and again.  "We can't talk through that noise,"  she remarked plaintively.  "My dear, there is nothing"���������  "Thero ls, you darling. Come; 'fc.i9  up. I'm not to be put off. it's fellow  sympathy." Tho crimson deepened In  the laughing face, and with soft wheedling she gained tho desired conll-  donee, and Miss Lettlco surrendered  her letter.  It was In no fiense a love letter, yot  it was the nearert approach that the  spinster had over received. I'oeslbly  die rend between tho lines:  Denr I.ettlee��������� I am visiting my brother  Joo till Wednesday. I want no much to  ir.o yon, If IM bu welcome lend mo word.  Yours, ft* ever, WILLIAM.  "N-l only got it last night"���������  "U'h too Into to write now," her  niece hurried on, "hut you must go to  Chatham to seo him, Mnko believe  you're shopping, 'Jennie's going tomorrow. I'll havo Hob' nsk her to  Btop for you,"  "Stoler would never listen, nosldes,  It's not the currier's day."  "She's making a special trip for  Rob's mother. Just to think"-the girl  roHeoxellodly-"lt must ho ten yen'ru"-  "Twelvo."  "And'you'vo cared all this time! Oh,  Aunt Loltlce, how could you bear It?  Mother's good as alio can he, only slio'i  had so tnueli troubio It's made her n  llltln hard. Do ca I say nud I'll piny  gooseberry for you. After breakfast  come over here, ns usunl. About 10  wo tli down the rond till (ho enrrler  ovoi'tnkes yon, then to Chatham with  lior and to Joo llendoraon'-*, nsk for  .Wlllliini ninl you'll have hours together. Jennie' will pick you up on bor  ���������homeward trip. You'll ho hack to sup-  per. Mother nerd nover know utiloss  yon oIiooho to tell her."  "lift tlio carpel! If alio doesn't  hear ilio loom she'll como over to Ilnd  *.!.���������    ������.��������� I-,.. ���������*,-*   ..,.,���������,.,,. II  \ i. ,      ���������    .......    .- i      .,f),  "Lenvf thnt to mo I've fist in thlnlf,  hut I'll (Is It somnliow."  During mi|ipor Mm. Allen glanced  anxiously nt hor sister's (lushed  (hooks nnd untouched plate. With tho  morrow William would ho gone, then  J.elilco ivould return to her normal  ���������elf.  Lntor, when Annlo wnnderotl down  tlio rond with Rob. Iho moonlight showed tholr hend* very closo togethor,  while now mid ngnln tho girl broko  Inlo n rfpplr* of ml.iehlevnii.*- biugliler.  Watching, the mother felt a pnug of  Jenlonsr. Hub was n pood mulch, yot  tho dreaded the dny lhe must yield  bcr daughter to another, nnd tonight  lhe time ���������coniPd very near. Bho wont  icreral tltnoi to her room for forgot-  fea trifle*. ������ud Mch tlm* thero iliuwai  a  line of-light beneath  her stated  door. -- *  . "Seems" to me you're- a Jong-; tlmi  getting to bed,"- sbo admonished. ���������   .  . ."I-rl'w.uiost ready," erinio the.reply.'  If  Miss  Lettlee's voice j sounded less  even than'usual Mrs. Allen'was not  herself sufficiently cnlra to notice.  . As was customary lu tho.mornlng,  .Miss Lettice betook herself to the barn  .and tho working of tho loom broke'  familiarly* on tho quiet air.' 'Shortly"  after JO Mrs. Alton, attracted by tho  rumble of wheels on tbe road, saw that  lhe carrier wns making un cstrn trip.  She spoke of It to Annie, who came In  hot nud-tired to noonday dinuer.  "Call your aunt," she continued.  "Tho pork will ho cold. I got it  especially to tempt hei\' She.'s eaten  nothing these two days."  "Rob's mother Invited hor"��������� hegan  Annie nervously.  "What   for?"    Mrs.   Allen - turned  'tdiarply, dish in hand.  "Sho has some rags for carpet wear**  lug.   Itob told mc about It."  Mrs. Allen sniffed, disgruntled. "Your  aunt had to go traipsing off without  telling me. Besides, there's uono too  much daylight to finish Mrs. Uitri't.**)'  piece." '  In the afternoon sbo was Joo busy  prosorvlug ,to notice Annie's absence  or glvathought to her sister; but whea  the last jar ot jelly was sealed sho  cnught up her sunbonnet and crossed  the road to relievo Lettlco.  Ar sbe entered tho barn the glare'  from the outside sunlight blinded her,,  but even when tbat passed she doubted her own Bight. Jlob was work*  lng the loom, while. Annie, rosy and  lender, hung over the bnck of Ills  chair. Miss Lettice was'nowhere to  be seen, but the carpel was completed.  Even ns she entered Hob threw down  the shuttle and caught Annie around  the waist  ."Now my reward!" he cried, his lipa  seeking hers lovingly.   ��������� '.  "Annie!" At Mrs. Allen's cry. the  young people turned, but Rob did not  release tho girl.  "Mrs. Allen, she's promised���������that N,  With your approval. I lovo her. I'll  be as good to her as I know how,"  "Say yes, mother.   I'm so happy"���������  There was a painful silence beforo  MrR. Allen reluctantly gave consent.  Then ber blttcrooss sought an outlet.  "Where Is your iiuut'-''  "The carpet's done." explained Kol>  cheerfully;  "Dono, Is it?   Hy whom?"  "Mis' Allen. Mis' Allen"- The carrier drew her horso np at the bam  and ouJMrs. Allen's appearance thrust  a nolo Into her hand aud hastened on.  ��������� "Daughter, did you know of this?'*  Mrs. Allen's volco shook ns she passed  tbe- paperto tbe-glrlr-who- reads loud:*  Sister, don't bo anerry. I Just had to see  William, and he coutd not bear tliat w������  should part again.   I'm very happy.  1.ETT1CK HENDEUSON.  "She's married, mother, denr.    Now  It's done won't you bo glad too?"   ,  -  ' But Mrs. Allen turned and walked  silently over to tbo cottage.        ���������  "It's a bit rough on her losing you  both tbe snmo day," admitted Rob,  drawing ihe girl's band Into bis, "but  we'll mako It ull np to her In the future." .    .  ���������  Am,     i mi i.iiiim.ii-.i'i  What's In a Mnn.  All of us remember iho ii'.it'Kory  rhyme beginning. "What1 are little  boys mado of?" Recently a Ifluropeaa  raedlenl scientist undertook to decide,  chemically, what tho average weight  mint In normal condition would bo  worth as practical "raw" material  woro ho to bo worked up Into everyday commodities.. lie reports n widely scattered assortment of utilities  Into which this, nverago maii may .bo  wrought Tlila nverago man in health  has the material for ll) pounds of caudles, 1 pound of nails, carbon i-ulllclcut  for 800 pencils, bindings for Jtl octavo  books(i r>00 knlfo handles. 'JH violin  strings, '20 tcaspotmfuls of salt, and l  pound of lonf sugar. Wo lmvo tWat  Individual, heaIthy,' 'good alzed man  nmong ns whom wo designate, its '/no  good." Even this explanation of tils  worth ns n raw mnterhil for necessary  products doesn't clitmgo his value.  Thoso processes which would bo noc-  ossury to thoso lines of manufacture  probably would tin nil nipt any plant  equipped for "using lilm up."���������Chicago Tribune.  The Birds of Helgoland..  Tho Inland of Helgoland, ii Ucrmnn  nnvnl station In tho North son olT thu  ���������nowtlm of tho Kibe nnd Wosoi*. la tho  most celebrated station In tho world  for llio study of the'migration of birds.  This llltlo Island Is"himlly a hundred  neros In extent, on Isolated .'triangular,  rack of- rcrt' nhhdntouc. with perpendicular clllTs 'JOO or UOO feet tn height all  around It. For tho most part It Is  cultivated, nnd lis :rosldont birds nro  hnrdly more thnn n do'/.on speelea. hut  In spring and autumn migrating blriln  make Jt a resting plnco, nnd these are  wntcliod for nnd shot or trapped by almost tlio wholo population, and the re*  wilts havo been curaftilly chronicled,  for many years by eminent oniltholo-  gluts. Tho nmnxlnji tiling*Is that ns  ninny species of Ulrd* hnve beon oh-  (uiiu-ii in tiif-i mimic** Irtiet um tu any  country In Kurftpo, whllo tho vm������t numbers of the migrating tlocUs nro shown  by tho frtct that 15,000 Inrlcs huvo somo-  tlmos boon caught In ono night.  letland't Now' Otampi.  A upoolal postage stomp has Jnut  boon lwuiPd by iho Dnnlsli colony ot  Icolniidjn colobrntlon of tlio contoiinry  of tlio Uli'tu of .Ton Slgiirdsson, tho lco-  Innille senlo������im������ri and nnfhnr. ft bo*ir������  nn embossed profile of Slgurdnson on n  plain blue ffroimd, Inken from tho  Hintim modeled by Ulnar Jonsnon, a  natlro sculptor, which wnu unveiled In  (lie parliament houso on the tome dale,  It was Btgurdsson who vcurcd for lo  laod a leparstt couitltutloa.  - BOSTON'S -EARTHQUAKES.  l    *      >   i * *  They Hnve Shaken.Up the City Sevan*  ". S- t������������n,Tim������-������ Sirwtt 1<3t, ; '  , Boston' Is"ifeneraUy/regarded its*out**-  klde the earthquake eono ;cnd therefore Immune from shocks of this kind.  People living iu San Francisco.believed the same of thelr'clty prior to;tho  great quako of 1900, with as little rea-  SOU.       :���������..', ' J1',,..', '  As a matter ot fact, Boston'has been  more or less seriously shaken by, seisin le disturbances no less than seventeen times since 1038, when tho pll-  grlni colony, which had eighteen years  beforo been established at. PiymoutuV  was alarmed by an earthquake with,  vibrations that lasted twenty days".  Tho last time Boston bad a shock  was Sunday, March 20, 1904, wheif1  earth tremors radiating from St. John,  N. B..1 to Hartford. Conn., jarred the  clty'ln a fashion thnt alarmed the'residents..  Of the first earthquake. Bradford's  history declares, It was "greato nud  fearful." and continuing says:  "it was In this placo hoard before- It  was fclte. It camo with a rumbling  noyse or low murmurs llko unto re-"  moalo thunder. As ye noyse'approached tiorer tho-earth began to shake.  It was-observed yo somcrs for divers  yeara togcatber after this earthquake  wero not so hot and seasonable for; Lhe,  ripening ot corn ns formerly."  Of the. earthquakes, recorded- many  were of great severity. Some damaged, houses and-churches, ripped, up  fences, closed old springs and opened  new ones. At times fho earthquakes  came with such frequency as lo make  It appear the early settlers of this re  glon suffered an epidemic of tbem,  The earthquake that destroyed Lisbon In November, 1755. was felt here,  curiously enough. As If this wero not  enough three olher shocks occurred tbe  same week, all of great severity.���������Boston Journal.  BASEBALL  COACHING.  The   Way   Manager  Jennings   of   the  Tigers Works His Signals.  Baseball coaching iu lhe big leagues  is an exact science, it is so studied,  so guarded, that It Is almost Impossible  (o fathom., In "Wntcli Uis Arm." by  Hugh Fullcrion, In the American Mag  nzlne. nugljle Jennings tells how he  works his signals.  "I change almost every day." rays  Jennings. ",'1 change every time,! suspect'(here is danger of'the meanings  being read. 1 am n believer in as.few  signals as possible uud of'glvlng tlicm  when they count, aud I.find that a lot  of antics are effective In. covering up  Hhf������iglinls."Tlfe-6"pposIhgnf>I^^ra^et  tired of,trying io see me give a signal, and usually IM have any* important'order to give 1 can yell It'wt the  top of my voice and no oue would notice. I liko to rely upon tlie judgment  ot Ihe men themselves, provided t can  find men who have judgment. But  (here are some who must bo signaled.  Suppose a bailer'"is up wllh one ball  and one strike called and 1 discover  what ball Is to be pitched and desire  to Inform tho bitter. 1 hnvo been yell  lug and kicking nnd playing clowu. 1  yell 'K-yah!' but in a different lone  from-thnt.l used before."��������� The hatter  knows I want him to look for a signal  I may kick my foot In iho nir throe  times, moaning 'Let tho nest one go.  or pull four blades ot grass, meaning  Tilt the next one.' "  /.'  HIS TIME WASTED.  Air Bubble Power.  Inventor Schrocder, an Australian,  hns devised a- system -of propelling  bouts by nir bubbles, Ills Idea Is lo  force air through.u system of holes lu  the bottom of tho vessel, which arc so  arranged that there Is pnietlwilly an  nir cushion between the bottom nnd  lhe wntor. Only small onglno power  Is required, as (he Invenlor does not  rely on iho forcible expulsion of air  for his mollvo power, but on tho lirt'  lng power of the nir Hubbies themselves. By shutting off (he nir from  somo of tho boles near the stern the  ho\y uau be mado to rlso co that the  ship goes astern. The bonts nro ox*  pouted to be ablo (o travol at uiihent'il  .of speeds nnd nro noiienp8|-j.able. The  Invention Hum nlrendy been tested by  thehtliiili'iilty experts.' '"'"  Triiuned the Prinoee.  King George Is piii'lli'iilar regarding  (ho training of hL-tsons. Two of the  younger boys not long ngo wero riding  nenr hla lunjosly when the cavalcade  passed men who wero working on the  roiid. 'Tho.men removed lheir. iutts.  and the king nt ouct* doffed his own  lint, lliu majority mitleed Mint the  boys In the I'litliiiKlnain of their gallop  hnd tint followed Hln example, lie  immodliitely eiilled n' hair, took (he  princes back to tin* workmen and ordered ihem ti> remove tholr hats.   ���������  Ferelfln. Secretary Arete Pr������m led te  '. Grant'Interview.     .    ,  -...'With. International complications ion,  his mind, the foreign secretary, coin-  pletely worn out, tumbled Into bed.   *  He was jubt dozing off when tb������  front door bell'pealed.   .  "A reporter,1 sir," announced a footman.   "Wm you see him?"  "I' suppose boI" sighed tlie" foreign  secretary. And, rising, ho slipped on  bis dressing gown and slippers and  descended to the library.. ,  , Tbo reporter; was a mere youth;  but, th'onjjrn shivering with'cold; the  foreign seci-etary, dictated two col-*  unins about the'reasons for the coui-'  promise be 'bad arrived at with a  neighboring power. Then, satisfied  that he nnd done his duty, he showed  tho youthful reporter to the door.'  * "Qg-goo'd night,"' he said, with chattering teeth. "You might let me hare,  tin!; a d-d-dozen copies of tho paper  In the m-m-mornlng."  "Oh. this isn't for auy paper," aald  tho reporter.  "What!" crjed the minister. VWliafc  tlie d-d-deuco Is it for,' then?"  , "Why, you. see," explained the  youth, "f belong to tho new school of  journalism, aud this Is a test Interview."���������London Answers.     .       i? *  Pointed Paragraphs. - "  .. Man's weakness-is woman's opportunity to get even.  ���������   A kick against fate Is ofteinbut nn  apology for laziness.  When a kind and gentle man does  deliver n jolt it counts. ���������  Trouble'n shadow Is frequently  blacker than the trouble itself,  1 f a woman can't think of any other  excuse she can have a headache. ���������  .'  There are times when It Is better  to be Imposed upon' than it Is to fight  A self made man nearly always  looks like tbe kind of-job" he might  be expected to turn out.  When' a girl wants to be kissed she  makes more fuss about it than she  would if she didn't  . If our neighbors would only do  things as we think tbey should, how  much easier it would be to lovo them!  Love Is Still Blind.  . "Melissa is so romantic."  "Anything  romantic ".about her'" recent marriage?'' ^ ,_-.  "Of course." .Ton "sec, she had ^always dreamed of being, rescued from  drowning by a handsome six footer  with dark, dreamy.eyes and a Charles  Dana tjlbsoirclilri.'' So when'she was  at the seaside-in June she went out  too far ���������perhaps by design ���������and  screamed *nd splashed water, and waa  Testw'ar^ AmC^sSyTWcT man" ,wh o'Tes-"  cued her was a little sawed off per-  soii" witli sandy hair, a squint and a  pointed chin."  "Good gracious!   What did sbe do?"  "She married him."���������Cleveland Plain  Dealer.  tut UUHBAtf.  First'Aid.  A little lad was desperately 111, but  refused to take the medicine the doctor had left. At last his mother gave  him up. "Oh. my boy will die! My  boy will- die!" she sobbed. But a  voice spoke^from the bed: "Don't cry.  mother. Fiitber'll bo home soon, and  he'll mako roe take It" ��������� Woman's  Home Compaiilou,  ,  Tho Ultimate Vexntlon.  "There Is nothlug moro unsatisfactory than n hoarding house beefsteak," growled tho chronic gi'umbler.  "Oh, I don't know," rejoined tho Im-  presFiontiblo young ^man. "Did you  ever get a kiss from a pretty girl  over thojtc!cplioiio"-T'lt-Blts.  The Retort.  "I tloa't see how you can eujoy  grand "-opera when you can't under-  stnud (hi1 words."  "Didn't yon ever enjoy a dlnli of  hash without knowing whnt was In  ItV"���������Detroit I'l'ce Press.   ���������  Trouble Wns Out.  The Elbe Going Dry.  Tho river Kibe la going dry, snys a  report   from   'JVlsclieii-ltndeiihiii'li,   In  lloliomlii.   Tlut "f������,iinitio loci's" In tlio  rlrnt' hnd   cilliwl pi������ l������vMtn*i������ thtii*  ivi>i*i������  never seen except, when grent drought-*  riiip-ptl mncli siiffi'i'liig, hit now visible. A |hi rt of iho 'JVlRclien lirldge,  whlrh In nnrni.ll waler (iitidllloii-** I*  Hiilniiei'gi'il, now HinudH high nnd dry.  and lhe low wnter murks bearing the  dnlim Hili'i, \um, liu|, JilU nml ihvj  cuu bu scon. ���������   i ���������  The Oldest OrB������n.  What Is bolleved to bo llio oldest or*  gnu In existence Iirm boon dlHcnvored  by n Oormiii) niiiilcnl dliwtnr, whn  rl.-iltod (Ifty-ulno churches In (lothland  mid In n village called Kundnn ennm  upon tbo remnant of (he quaint old in  Htrament. Tho ense alono hns f-ur*  vlved the fret of seven centuries, nnd  Iti exterior li ndoin������d with palntlngi  from about thi year UNO.  ."At last, Miss Millie, I enn sny something thnt 1 huvo beoii burning to nsk  you for Bome lime."  "Whnt Ih IIV   Whnt Is H?"  "Huh your cousin limit enough mon-  i*-t*> Iri unit-"... ,m, '."     f t||-  ' The Slelflwalk Dleplay.  "Going to movo again?"  "Von,'' replied |ho . patient man,  "Wo'vo boiiglu n lot of iiandHomo fur-  nil ure, nml ������i'i* want lo glvo the public  u guod lo'������U nt II."��������� WnshWigtou Star,  Clroiimelarrtinl Evidence,  mTfo you bollovp innri'lngo Is n lotteryr  "Woll, you don't seo mnny married  p*v)pl������ who look |-liinlf."~-HnlMmoi'������  AmerloAti.  Splendour Tliat-Will  Soon   Be  Seen  .'        '.   ;.. m In India.   .  -..- A'-durbar ;is really" a sitting of a  ���������king���������or "some" high rajah���������in state at  "his couvt," for"' the receiving of his  greatest chiefs in audience. It *s  one of' tho, oldest institutions of . tho  Hindoos in Ipdia, and,.goes back ..to  timo beyond record. Moreover, it. is  tho .unvaried custom, to".hold tho  durbar outside the walls of the city  selected for It, and, so to speak, to  create a new city,: there of tents, awn  ings, and pavilions of every size,  '6hape, and kind,' decorated w.!th the  gayest and liiost- showy w -dreamera,  flags, and colore, for the "great occasion.  If you will add lo this picturesque  .and splendid scene the fact thai  king (or rajah), .nobles, attendants,  aiid spectatora all come to the durbaT  In.,,the greatest possible ' state and  dignity, In the' mo>t" dazzling nnay  of garmonts and jewels,-with as many  troops, servants, elephant*, etc.. as  they, can,possibly muster for,the, famous occasion, you will begin to realize  a little .what, a unique picture an Indian durbar really is.  It was' not until 1858, when the  British' Government took over (he  Rctual rule hi India from the celebrated .old East Indian Company,  that durbars began to have much  interest or- attraction lor people in  Great Britain. The first durbar we  ourselves held was. in celebration of  .that event, and It took place at the  great city of Allahabad, in November  of that "year, under the then Viceroy,  Lord Canning.  This" was followed by tlie durbar  in 1884, which waa held ot Lahore,  and of which the*hero was Sir John  Lawrence.  A later durbar was held at Agra in  1806, and the last���������and greatest of all,  ���������perhaps���������was that held by Lawrence  at Lucknow   ere   he   left ,*lndia,   in  * 18G7. o One wondrous feature of this  durbar was the procession of seven  hundred full-grown elephants, each  gaily caparisoned and gleaming with  cloths -of gold, silver, and richest  embroidery;,whilst the  eye was slni-  . ply dazzled by the glitter ot the array  of priceless jewels worn by their  owners and drivers in that, procession.  * There have been several splendid  durbars since that one, and the last  of Importance was when the late King  Edward VII. was crowned. This  function, which took place in .lunti.  ary,' 1903, was made the occasion for  ra 'superb, display of military glory,  and the Duke of Connaught, * then  hihiself in India with the duchess,  'iook'.no small part in the processions  aud display,. . ,  The coming'durbar, however, whatever else it may ,be, remarkable for,  will have* one unique featui'e" which  "must .'add toils glory and '. historic  renown. It will, for .the first 'time,  "beyxttendedj>y the Emperor of India  *(.and~King"T>f "tHe~British~DoiiiinioMJ  himself; together with hifl Empress.  . These sovereigns, sitting on ancient  .thrones, probably of ivory, and decorated with some of the most famous  gems in .the world, will receive the  homago of maharajahs, niz'ams, raj*,  princes, begums, etc., amidst such u  blaze of color, glory, and resounding  fanfare of trumpets, with the huzza<  nnd cheering of thousands, in a way  the world has never previously  known.  And the durbar of his Majesty King  Goorgo V. will thus always remain  one of the grandest and most historic  of durbars for ages to come.  Pilfered  From   London.  Certain" towns boast considerable  slices' of old London, There :b Swim-  ago, for instance, tho streets of which  shine at night with lustra from manv  of London's discarded lump-pontf-..  whilst the front o,f lis'town hall unciform tlio Mc'rcers* Hall, which Wren  built in Cheapside, Again, p!o?c* to  thn pier is an old clock-tower wlroli  once stood at the "south end of London  Jlridgrt.  The old status of Queen Anne, with  h chipped nose, which once brought  bacrilegioua ridicule to the very door'}  "of St. Paul's Cathedral, as it wcivS  now adorns a private garden ntllolm-  hurst, near Hastings; and the original Bevan Dials column .in'.gralPil .some  years ago to Weybridgo, where it wn..  rc-ei'ccLed as a monument lu a former  IJucliess' of York,  As for old Temple liar, tho eurimis  tourist rtioed not look from md to  end of Fleet struct; he will liavn to h*n  rnuoh 'further ahold���������to Che.-.hunt,  Herts, to wit, whera it was re-or-Miti'd  in Theobald's l'nrk, by Sir Henry  Mcux.���������liondon Answers.  Ill Advltietl Spire.  The spire of Sliolfloat Church, Tule  ol Wight, which is so well known from  tho legend -lUnching lo it���������  "Tho Bhollleot poor and billy-piople  Bold their belli- to buy u Htec'de"--  Jiaii become so dilapidated that an  arolnt-oct advlnon its limnedIntu roinov-  al nr)d the parishioner*) liavn docidol  to demolish,it at once. The. creel ion  ol thin modern steeple on, one of lhe  'lines*'specimens of Norman-architecture in tho Island Iuih liven .uJverKuly  criticized for ninny years, H was  erected only about a .century ago, but  the oak bon ins on which it, n-cii- are da-,  ciiyi'd, and lis weiidit- is H-i'liiii^y dam.  ������g:iig tho Norman nuibdiiry bt.-iU'iiUi;  A Tncte ol Bro(*u������.  An Knglishmnn'met u mini nt n  French table d'hote, win* udilrv.-ni.eil  him In French. His accent bcinivml  him ond, rather rudely, tin* Union  oiiM, ".th. .*Mt ,tif. J...���������)..iii."  "The devil a dmibt of il, durljii'l"  replied the *tranger.'  "An Irishman, ������������������ too; mill belter,"  went on Iho other, ,     ,  "Well, thin, inn'L It Flnuig.'." tn'.d  ino mini, "my I'luicn aa\������,���������,.��������������� suhm������  mti to ho UngllHh and my Hnglinh to bo  Iriuh?"  new.  notcs  RTftasmt '  o ��������� ii  |Cttlt8MMDDXS]  30UCITKD  [Theee articles and IIHintretlona -muet not  bo reprinted without special pormla-  ���������lon.J   ,  vWHY LATE   HATCHES OFT FAIL.  There aro reasons wby late batches  are often small and the chicks hard  tp raise, nnd ve give them hero for  the Information of thoso wbo haT������  been unsuccessful. ,  ; Egff������ are often Incubated from breeders that are about exhausted froni tbe  exactions of months In the. breeding  pens and eggs that do batch giro weak  chicks.. Thin condition la 'often met  by fanciers by mating liens thnt hnve  rested while hatching and brooding  chicks.to males that have been kept.!*.'  reserve in celibacy. Eggs nro often  collected carelessly or stored in a  warm place. The hot henhouse, tbe  broody Leu, the warm or musty place  where eggs are stored are detrimental  and affect the Iialchabllity of eggs at  well  as  the  visor of  the  embryos  Photo b*#*"C.">r Barnlfz. ���������  kXtVAJiTk, SHADE. UHS1X, TOD X^kTSOBlOKb  Many are not pellicular as to tbo breed  from which they select eggs for lute  hatching. ��������� Late chicks from big breed*  cannot mature to bring nny prollt in  winter, ond these chicks, so slow tc  grow, often get roupy at tbe first frost  and are a menu ce to the flock.   ,  Smaller breeds arc best for late  hatching, as they mature quickly nud  often como round In time to swell thf  winter profit*-*, (he big breeds paying  heller for soft roasters from February*  to April.  Late chicks often get poor enre  They are no npvolly and aren't, received with tho enthusiasm that greeted  the first1 peeps, ��������� Tliey are thus often  placed on fouled ground, cleaned of  every  eatable  thing,  are boused In  fflf^n^^^V' 't  ^^KftiwSmSl ^*HllfiH___i_tlHS_ZI  svxiSttSmx' i> ^ataatmaBBBItl  tfj'^amWt^i _  hHh{w<.!.   x   tBSbbkb!  Li^TfV'i?1!  s3R_HgafiMiii.'**-..;." .yvStfilm  K^---l^M  iMrWB^^nkM^Wmm.  i. ' x y&3i'''w^k;  vi ��������� ''^V'-Smi ���������������'   * h'^v  Iraf'y.^'iWt* -i-jii^'%.  1 Mftim&mk '"���������''. ' ,'*'C,OT  I %u3n>Qw___E___.            I'lBd  K^i^ll  ifflr^^Nj&������iH  E���������������t.*!'' v '������' f^iV^if9ml  ttSamti-*.. "..���������!���������'is% affiJw  BmS__|JwVi____m xjjuir}  \Wo^^k^ia\mWm^n  ___wjj____________fcBniK3JI  Photo byC. M. Harnlts.  A I.A'I'K 1UJNOIT, '���������  dirty, louay eoopn and kept with oldoi  elilclCH Hint bully thorn out of theli  feed. .',....:���������  ttkri, thnt multiply ho fnnt In Uu  heat, nro allowed to ItlfoKt thorn, and  with crowding, poor voulllntlon, Iih-I;  of KliiuU* ami fresh water ihey nre ur  ngiiliiHt It.  Allowance Ih��������� not mnde for Ilie fn������*i  that beat rer'tilivn n change of rnllun  (lint rum Hlioultl not be fed no freely  Unit feed should iml lie ho iiliuiidiinl  but fouling and tlU'estllile. and Hint  mont mtiHt lio hitpplleil to Kuhsiltut'i  Mil   I.I.-U-. I   Ull* lll.il   nil.'.  in.'.,l|,|,l-.:|l'll  TM". !!!l!c n\fv,\- Is V.-" ri>"iil| of mi!  oliuerviiU'.n <if etitidltloii'i where lati  tiatchos were -reneriiily poor and fow  of the chicks wero rained nnd wo thlnr  maliily explalnn why lute hntehe������ofter  fcniilt In fnlliirr*.  Tht Myitery Expl������ln������rf,  The mnn In tho Iron monk cxplnlne.l.  "Mimipiltoci*!," ho said brlofly.  IN'iowiih bo looked tor wota artuar.  -N������w Vork Hun.  A Suicide Brldf-A,  Dnan Briilgc, in the wed nul ni  Edinburgh, u ono ol tht- ni<i*������t plo*  Htrc.".qut* rtructure-* in ".ii*. l.ii:g.J���������m,  It pojucmes a vory -.rent attraction  (or t-tiii'.di"-, and in ruiwiiiH'iin. in-  ih'Mgn la likely to be iiitirjcr.'d .villi,  It in now proponed u, iamove ths prei.  flit itone onpinir, nnd tu fiibmltute a  lower ono which will ho surnwunUni  by a high, l.glit iron r������llin������,  DON'T3.  Dnn't count your priKO wlnnom he  foro Ihey have won (ho cupa.  Don't strain al a hen louse nndswnl  low n'Rkyscrnper. Tho nlns that otiie,  folUfi commit, compared to yours, itui-i  look llko nil."  Pvn't iuibr.tllut������������ dry ground hone foi  grrt"-! cut bono wheu It Is only limi'  cud crtM-u bone, with *l< per cont ash  13 par cent protein and '2'f per cent fat  in-i.bi) cut yourself at half tho uilc*  it  *i������ *'l,"  '-.���������  THE NEWS, CXBi BERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  , w.*x*c������raB;  '^-scima.*  THE FURNITURE STORE  n  T| l������������> m-wr^nm*. tma.amamm m/amnta.** t  k-n-w-* ������mc*w*mM<.-w  XMAS GIFTS XMAS GIFTS  What uift could you imagine- more sensible, or  more to be appreciate.! than a nice piece of Furniture. There is alwajs something appropriate to  give, and it is an ever constant reminder of tlie  giver,'  Our-- "  China (V'inots range ft om ..'.' $18 to 835  rrest-or3 and Stands from .....$15 to $50  Rockfe-s from  ,..$1   ta $8.50  Extension Tab es tr m $10 to $25  Couches fiom $3   to $20  Sidoboards from $20 to $50  Dolls,   Toys,   Etc.,   Ktc, on show next week.  WATCH   FOR  THE  BIG  SIGN v  A. MoKIHNON McPhee Block, Cumberland  W���������an  HE  DANTE'S "INFERNO"  o     ���������  The Most Supenduus Production  liver a'templed in Motion  Fotograj.hy.  Ou Saturday and Monday  Dante's '���������Inferno,5' in two reel?,  will be shswn at the City Hall,  This is undoubtedly the mosi  wonderful scenic aud spectacular  production ever reproduced wi h  a camera. The photography is  superb, bringing out in stereoscopic relief the pretty girls with  their scant and startling cost  umes so faithfully that a per.-on  would imagine Ihey were really  living 'breathing beings. The  coloring has exquisitely brought  nut the high lights, and the tin'-  ing adds au artistic softness mod  pleasing to the eye. This subject  will long be remembered b\  thoso having the good fortune *o  wimess it.  Nine circles of the inner life  of the sinner beyond the grave  are  most beautifully" shown,   -  1  II  10  N.  HIMNO,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR*  Ladiks- & Gknti.bmbn's  tailor madk   suits  FROM   $20.00   TO. ������35,00,  CUiANINO    AND  PRESSING  DON IS AT  Reasonable Prices,  Phone 62  Cumberland 8.0.  WHAT OUIt   LORD  WROTE  IN THE DUST.  EdSvafd'Bickle'vvas'charged in"  Uie city police court before Messrs  Willard and Shaw, J's.P., with  being drunk aud disorderly, and  breaking windows. He was fined  Si5 and costs, or ten clays. The  court also put him under^the  provisions of the Liquor Act as a  prohibited person for an indefinite, period in either the city or  any licensed wholesale or retail  premises in Nelson or Coniox  districts. Under the recent bylaw any owner of licensed prem  ises is liable to prosecution if  they allow a prohibited person  upon their premises, and anyone  supplying the same with liquor  is also liable to prosecution and  heavy penalties.  Dan Marsh's fuel hill is almost  down to the vanishing point, owing to the fact that ho hns harnessed an old blow hole on his  premises, and as u ooiif-'nenco hns  \i.\m enough for cooking nntl heat-  ing purposes,-��������� Lucky D.m! pnsB  aloifg tho blow holo,  The Beacon in fust approaching  when wo will huvo nothing to  draw hut our breath.  MincH Inspector Newton loft, hv  Siimliiy'K bout on hit* olllciiil  rou ink  Mr. V. IV. Harmon, one of Nana  imo'ri leading bai'i'iHtorn, brother  of nur local han-iutci' Mr. ]\ J\  Ilurriiion, iiwdiiipanied ny Slier-  iir Ti'iiwfoi'il, nlno of tlmt city,  paid Cumberland a ImsinoHB visit  lust week,  An tnii!r.-ii**i!.l-. w...i il/icd f.O  nml costs or six months with hard  labor, and a dnink wiw ft nod $5  nud eostrt or 11 dny*, nt tho pro.  provincial .eourl on Monday,  Mr. Ooldnii of tliu Bunk of  Cotniui-i-co, wis piinl'iilly Inirnoil"  n^out tlm fiKMi, on Krjilny Inst, liy  tho igniiior. nf bfMi/.iiio lu������ was h**--  Mr. IJ, u, IU. Wili.nn, nf Van  eorver, wan ni'ling manager at ilu*  Bank of Commerce for a fow iliiyi*  l.i������-t wn,-k, wlimi he wuh   mihuho'ii-  tl' Imek to Viimu-uvor,  Wo have saved" the soul of the nu n  tlmt killed,  We have turned  to shrive  iho  thief;  We restored the   man   tliat   lie.]  And gave Jiim our belief:  But her who fell we have fashioned  hell  With a fnith all stern and just���������  ft was so of old; and no man   lias-  told  What our Lord   wrote   in   the  dust.  Wo lmvo sighed betimes   for  our  brothers' crimes  ^ And hnve bade them be of cheer,  Vor the flesh  is   weak,   and   the  soul grown inoek  Mny yet read its title clear.  But we draw awny from  the   one  astray  As the truly righteous must.  She is cursed indeed!���������and wc did  not read  What onr Lord   wrote   in   the  dust.  For the men who thieve&and who  killed and lied���������  Who have slain . the   "woman's  sou!��������� ..   *  We_lin_vewoi.ked_ai>d_piflypd,- and,  have seen, them made  All clean and pure  and   whole.  But wo drive lier one with a righteous shout  In our Pharisaic trust.  So the man goes free���������but we do  not see  What our'Lord   wrote   in   the  dust.���������Ex.  t^N^V^VtN^nwr^MN^vV^^r**** ���������W*^*V������*'*'Ii������i������m<WS<  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8e   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  * Tommy's Bicycle Shop  fi. Nakanishi, Prop.  '   ���������W"i"tMiwt''i"fr,i"l,,i-<,t"i,^"4*  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  t a  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc.. Etc.  '     1/ " . .     ',     .     . V  Plumbing Done. *���������  Bicycles for Sale  and Hire.  P.O. Box 360  Local agent for ���������  Cleveland, Masses-Harris  and Perfect bicycles.  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEKR  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  Am  nn  NOTICE.  In the matter of lhe Ofticiiil  Administrators Act and amending  Acts, and in the matter of tlie estate of James '-McGill, deceased,  Intestate. ^  TAKE NOTICE by order of  His Honor Judge r Barker, .made  on the 7th'day of Diceu.ber 1IU1  in lhe County Conn of Nanaimo  Uolden lit Cumberland, thu undersigned was appointed Adminis  trator of all and tin-rjulhr, tho en  t. n        '  tate effects and credit of tho  above named deceased,  All claims against' tho said tie-  e. ased must he properly eurtiliod  and presented for payment"ou tr  before tho expiration of 80 days  from tho,date hereof.  Datod Doeember 12tb, ML,  WKSr.KV.-WlM.AIU),  rtllicial  Administrator,  Cumberland, B, 0.  WANTKD-ToiichorforNo. 7  'school. Duties to commence ttyc  beginning of tho term. Apply  V, J ay no. Secretary, Cumberland,  B. C.  ��������� ��������� ���������..o������ -  Forty feet of siunv fell in forty-  eighl hours nt .Now Denver. Koot-  umiy, 011 Novotiiber 12 and 18.���������  0 isn't it nice to ho there.  Out* Courtenay correspondent  fulled to connect this week, " He  must bo up to liis neck in real estate. '  Xmas Presents  Xmas Presents  A Stock of over  to,' Select From  XNGS, DIAMONDS,  WATCHES, FOBS, PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVERWARE,   LOCKETS, BR .OCHES.  BERT  ASTON  THE JEWEL BOX  Next, .to Tarueu/s Store.  Telephone 7.0  ������������@������������������@������@������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ������������������������������<^<S^^  0  AAA*AA*AAAA**AAA^A^^^^V^^^*i>A*VWWVWq  If you want Cheapest and Best patronise���������  K. ABE & Co.  No. 5"Japanese Town, .-���������'..'  Fine Groceries, Dry Goods,   *.  "Candy, Fruits,.Etc., Etc.  I have 3 fiue Baths, complete, white enamelled ware, good quality, cost $45.00 each,  Now $35.00 each  |v\\iiiiiHiiii!it:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiN  I  Capital $6,200,000.  Reserve $7,200,000  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.  1 DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CUttltlCNCY,   PAYABLE.  ALL  I OVKU   THE   WOULD.  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest.  ������ - at highest Current Ita lee allowed on In posits of -tl and upwards.  ������ CUMBERLAND, B. C, .Breach, Open Daily.  1 UNION WHARF. B. 0.,  Sub-Brach,'Open Thursdays.  I D. M. MORRISON, ManaSer.  I    . COURTENAY,   B.C,    Branch,   Open Daily.  I WM. HOFP, Manager.  i  Anxious to succeed ? To start in business for  yourself, at present impossible for lack.of  capital ?   If so, young man, will you entrust  lite sum of 83 cents a day for a limited period  to the care of Wkstkkn Canada, and let  her work for you to give you lhe start you  are looking i'or. Our great Combination  Town Lot Offer will stand the strictest investigation. 'Mail a Postcard-and DO  jT NOW! j  D.   FORDE.  COURTENAY, B.C.  %II!IIIIIIIIIIHIUIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW  The court of revision on the  voters' list was held ou Monday  evening, and with a couple of  alterations, was passed.  Mr. Nc'-miU'ch, of Vancouver,  ia m'tiup manager nt Hie Haul' nf  Comuiu'T.1* in lhe nhiH'iK't* of Mr..  Whlto.  DRAWING  For every dollar, 'purchase,  (with the exception of books and  magazines) in my store from now  until Xmas Kve, a ticket will he  given, entitling the purchaser to  one drawing for the following list  of prizes: ���������  ist prize; One cut glass Decnn  ter Set.  2nd prize: Electric table lamp.  3rd prize: One eight-day clock  cathedral-gong strike,**  ist prize, value #28.00; and  prize, value if 17.00; 3rd prize,  value $9 oo,  Drawing will take place on  Saturday evening, December 23,  at eight o'clock.  Tiekels will also he on sale f< r  another of those beautiful sofa  cushions.    Tickets. 25 cents.  T. D. McLean  When ���������J02Ji tons of coal were  hoisted   up   No. 1 Slmft of   the  Western Fuel Company on Fii.  day ix new record wan set tor one  day's output,���������-Nanaimo  Herald.  Mayor McLhkI arrived home  un Sunday fi'mii a liiit-.hicst' (tip to  Vancouver,  COAL COAL COAL  , Wo regret that owing to the  heavy fall of snow of tho past two  wfaokfl, wo wero unable to liil orders for coal ns promptly ns we  would havo witdiod, Wo 'would  request that all orders I'or con) be  plnced nt once, so as to nature  prompt delivery,  CUMIWHI.ANH LivKUyStAULKS  Cr.oimKR tSi KliiKimnm,   Props  CUMBERLAND   -CAFE   Under nev/ management this  popular place 01" refreshment  is being renovated and enlarged to accomodate the  Increasing uumber-.of its  pitroii.c.  JACK St RICHARDS  IViiinriotoi'-*.,  Vancouver, Po?, 8���������There if? a  wild rumor afloat on the strectn  tonight thai, lhe King has been  stint af Delhi, Tho report is nli?o  going round in . Seattle, Up '0  midnight there wa* no conilrma-  tiou of lhe report, wiru being  down East.  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir avenue  CUMBERLAND,  =V;-BONO'S A:  ainm ir-aait mm mi  Wholesale Dealer* iri WINES, LIQUOR & BEEf-?  P. 0. BOX 483  PHONE 29....  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spring in the history of Comox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to the supply. Nothing pays better than  poultry,..if they are rightly managed, liegiii  with the little fellows and feed them .;CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of hone meal,'wheat,'',  oats, corn aiid other, grain; cut' and blended in  the right proportion to nmke'them thrive and  grow,    For sale by      .      '  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.  MALER IN FLOUR AND FEED,  i 611 X������i.lles tor a Cent  From one-tenth to one-filih emit pet  ,   mile coven the coil of operating a  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  MOTORCYCLE  Tits tllj.iSCwj r.tUm  Thii m������chine {1 elwAyi randy for a  hurry.upiripor������pleuurerua. Will do  the road work ol 3 horiei, No expenw  when idle. We would like lo tell you  mora iboul lhe greitetl iport in the  world,  Com* in, and ice u<.  THOS. PLIMICV,  DfcAUtHb VlCTOI'IA. D.C.  1  n  '���������If you >;et i ut niiuiei'.s its am* kioht."  P 8 ��������� Wn Do Hopnirlr*H*  .am  m  vl  Ik  %  "i  i  di  ���������;  ...J.mi.m..^~Umm,-m..U^'~-.'[i!:.~

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