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 ttwaanw ���������n**,f  ~-J&rZ  jmtyzKm. m^iiiimmiirrttvsas.  ~~,\rr i"���������r-���������|-*-r������p"Tv ��������� -r-  ____���������..-��������� - . ���������<..p^.���������T1I-| wnr-1)frlt���������mr-q**-1  IM^W-^i^dJfcJSCTWBgWre  ���������������������^i'^������.*������������vuLi'*l'AH-UnHg^-  /  ��������� i'. ��������� \..( . 'i.  t/  ,^\r, *Q. "VIoOj y  1(  I.si  Ut-lVj 03J  \\  THE CUMBERLANITTOWS.  A Journal Devoted Gap*t>elallyv to the Interests of Comox Diatriot*  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. CM   TUESDAY, FEB.    7,   :9u  Subscription $i.oo a Yea*  I  1  ' m-  m0taj^0m^f^mmm0a*am  THE BIG STORE  Our Great  Clearance  SALE  IN FULL  SWING.  This is a Genuine Offer.-  We do what we say.  Our Tables are  Loaded  with lines that spell  Bargains.  All Goods marked in Plain  Figures.  No Goods Exchanged.  Come with the orowds.   Come early and often.  Our Grocery Side is Stocked with the Choicest  Wc would appreciate your^order and Guarantee Satisfaction.  m*T^fa*mml������^'m0a\^*^la*fa1^0a\^^  Dunsmuir Ave,, Cumberland*  -Jfn *Vv*'  ������������������V*^I^������V>������* ill  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  Place your Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake  and  Fruit L,oaf NOW,  SECOND    STREE  City Council  Tlie Oity Council met on Thurs  day evening Inst, there being prep-  eut Aldoimon JJeLeod, Dunks,  Stewart, Maxwell Parnham and  McNeil, Alderman Me Lood wiib  voted to the chair.  The minutes of previous unoet-  ing wero read and adopted.  Alderman Parnham moved, boo-  ondod by Alderman Bank*, tliat  the mayors chair bo declared va-  ������imt���������cnrried.  Clerk McKinnon was appointed  returning oflicer. Nomination day  was fixed for Saturday tho llth,  inst. and ������lontiou day, Tuuwlay  the litli nut, The old photograph gullory on Dunsuiiiir Ave,  will he the polling place,  Tho council decided to meet on  next ilo ."day tjvtuuitg,  Tho council adjourned,  FOUND-OnJan, 8th, a dark  red steer, about one your old. N������������  mai ks. Apply to li.' U. Hurford,  Sandwick. If nmo is not claim,  od, it will be sold to cover o.\pennon.  Mrs. mid Minn Tarbell nrrivod  I101110 on Wednesday last from  Victoria.  Miss SrtC.kvillo, recently from  England, succeeds Mi*s Horbury  in No 5 division of our public  school,  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  THE CORNER STORE j  HI ill   in*  VM������W  Furniture and Household  SUPPLIES  _a_mmaaumaa  immm  Paints  Varnish  'Oils'. Efc.  TRY THE  The Magnet Cash Store,   /T.=E.-Bate, Cumberland.   NOTICE,  The Corner Store will be hptding  I their Stock-taking Sale from the  ist of February.  REAL  GENUINE  BARGAINS  In every c|epartment.  WHATTHE"FBEK PRESS" SATS.  'MENTAL'AND COMPANY  MYSTERIOUS AND  WEIRD.  Tonight I Tonight! Tonight!  at Cumbcrlmid Hall, Hl������MitulH  worldi renowned Pnychle it Ny������.  tic Company,  The City Council held a short  session on Monday night for the  tmni-mhn yf Imp irtuut bunlim**.  Air. John McKinnell nged 51,  a native of Scotland, and for many  yonrs a restdont of Nannlmo ond  Vitilllu^loii, Hini win* has iioen  conducting a fruit and candy store  in this city for nearly a year, died  at the 0. A U, Hospi till on Saturday mondnrr Inst     Tlir* dwased  wlio bad 'been ailing for aome time,  wni attending to business up to a  fow days boforo bin death.   The  remaini wore conveyed to Nanui  mo by Htfiimor on Sunday for in-  urruont.  The Indies' Aid of Grace  MuMiodUt church, intend holding  their Annual Salo of W������rV uml  Concert on March 21hI and  22nd,  Weird, mystic, marvellous  and highly entertaining: is all the  criticism necessary about Mental  <fc Co.'S yariety.entertainment last  night. Prof. Mental, with his  illusions, held'the house spellbound. So clever and startling  was his performance that the  whole seemed like ajjweird dream  and one could not realize tliat the  strange things were actually hap  peuing aud were uot merely the  phantoms of a dream.  The ventriloquist part of the  entertainment caused great amuse  ment, aud the two talking dolls  with their clever repartees were  soon favorites with the audience.  Miss Dorothea De Vere. winsome and pretty, wearing a  charming costume, sang an exceptionally pretty ballad which  brought the house to its feet.  Miss De Vere, before her bearers  would be satisfied, had to respond  with two other song, which were  rendered as beautifully as the first  The lightning ikefch artist cer  tainly was a goer, and while one  watcbed profiles, faces aud pic*  tiucN grew oil the canvas like  magic.  The closing feature of the per*  forniance supplied euough amuse  meut to last one for u mouth  Prof Mental, assisted by Mies  Hillie Dare, put a committee of  six young wen inlo a hypnotic  sleep, nnd whll������������ t1i#������r wi������r#������ hi  thisstste. Prof Mental mnde certain suggestions to them which  they carried out, Oue suggestion  in particular was that they would  believe themselves lo be monkeys  Aud certainly from the upectators  point of view, to see these men  hopping arouud the stage doing  till the apish antics imaginable,  it wns funny in the extreme. One  bopped info the lower box and  theu up ihe stairs to the upper  one aud iroru tliere he took a tly.  ing leap ou to tlie stage. The  other suggestions that they car-  ricd out were equally as amusing  Wednesday evening Professor  I Menial will feature his famous  ���������'Mail Bag Escape,"  To the Electors?  Upon request of a number of  iny friends, property-holders and  householders of this city, I have  decided to allow iny name to  again come before you at the  forthcoming election for the position of mayor.  Thanking all those friends who  so kindly supported ine in the re.  cent aldermanic election, aud  again soliciting their friendly  support in the forthcoming mayoralty contest, assuring them that  if elected I will use my best efforts to further the best interests  of the city.  Yours sincerely,  Jt Nt MoLeod.  J. N. McLEOD,  mfmtxamuk /*������-,  CumbcvLani  i  llHMMWIWIWHIMI >WWW������WwWw*?W.w  THfc CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Sir. EDMUND WALKEft, C.V.O., LL.O., D.C.L. Pwsiobi*  AUXANOCR LAIRD, General Manaosk  CAPITAL ��������� $10,600,000  fcEST, - $70^000  Mrs, J. Piket arrived borne  from Victoria by Sunday's boat.  J, N .McLeod ban resigned from  the aldormanlc hoard and will be  a candidate for tlio mayoralty,  Tonight!   Tonight!    Tonight!  Don't fail to  ueo   "Mental"   at  Otimbcrhiud Uill.   Admission 35  60 uud ITh;  THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  ���������fThe Canadian Bank ������f Commerce will receive.deposits of $1 and  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. There is no  delay In withdrawing the whole or any portion of the depone Small  deposits are welcomed.   > 334  Accounts may bt opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by soy one of the number or by the survivor. A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of the money  after death, and is especially useful when a man de*ir������e to provide for  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the sveo*** bu sttaUi.  CUMBERLAND BXIANOH..... , ,W, *, -Willi, Jfanngtr  MilimtL.!..  ���������fobn Donaldsun'i residence at  Uuion Hay. was completely d������������  Htroyed by tire un Kridny sftor-  noon lait,  C0MMTJNI0ATI0N6.  Why not amend the Act so  that women in.ty.be |eligible for  the office of mayor? Both parties  here claim that the other side has  not a man they cau support, and  ! am sure all will agree thst we  have good, noble, high vrinciplcd  women in this city who could  worthily represeut us, and whose  record would prove to be of ma*  terial and moral benefit to our  city. They stand possessed of  the necessary qualifications fer  the olHcc, not,j������{ily from a properly point of view, but also from  tbe standpoint of mental ability  Mrs Garrett Andcrsou, Mayor of  Aldeburgh, elected in 1908*, sud  reelected in 1909, the first lady  elected to fill that position, l\. W  Philip Morgan, Mayor of Hvcccn  elected in 1910, the first*��������� uuiniir,--  ried lady to be elected mayor;  Mrs. C. E. Lets, Mayor of Cid  ham.���������Ed.  James Raid's namo it meir<<>r<.  ���������d in connectiou witb tlio ullxir*  manic vacancy���������a good man for  tlio ponttiou.  JaIiii"Thomson, Grand flhancul*  lor of lb  order of  Knights of  *7d>o^^fcharsct7rI������ndwha^^ Su,D,,������y ,tt,,t ^  ll_tl*tsa__     l?a_m._si_.i        lm_   mmlmta     A.\_ __.    1.���������-....   im  more does a mere mau posses*?  Joskimi Shaw.  There are three lady mayors in  Rugland at the present time:���������  i**fm  Princo Iliifiert, to fliit the brsnch  of the ordur iu that eily along  witb fiovoral otliers throughout  the province More bid roturn.  m  m  v--^  NEW SPRING 600D:ASBIVIW0 DJlX������T.  tM  ll'WttmJL    ITmi  t.   -  **  Clothing ior spring,   $15   >"?������������������'  $22.50, $25 and $27.50.    Men s snr;,������v!  Shirts and Collars, Hats, Suspenders, !i*:!i.-,  Etc, Ftc,  New Wash   Ginghams,   Ducks  Muslins,  CroF������-bii  Muslins Spot Muslins, Aprons amMVhitc-  wear, Etc., Etc,  ���������V  1(*  mn  Gaynpbell Bros.  Agents for Campbell and Fit-Rite Clothing THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Bhe  By STEWART  EDWARD  WHITE  Copyright. 1908, by the McClure Com*  ptny.   Copyright. 1907  1901*). by  Stewtrt Edwird While        .  (Continued.)  AT tills moment tlio cook stopped  into view and sent across Uie  k water u long, weird and not unmusical cry. Tite men nt once  began slowly to drift In the direction"  of the. camp! . There, when the tin  plates had all been tilled. Orde addressed them.  "Boys," said he, "the old mossback  baslbullt up'the sill of that gale until  we can't get a draw on the water, nnd  he refuses to give, lend or sell lis -the  . right to��������� cut,her out.   Now. we've got  to get those logs out.   Jotuitjy Sims,  what's the answer?"  "Cut her out." grinned Sims.        .���������..-.  "Correct,    replied    Orde,    with    a  chuckle.   "But it's against the law to  ��������� interfere   with another,  man's prop-  ' erty." -':���������������������������'"��������� a ���������'������������������ *'-.'<���������������������������. ,  This was so obviously humorous In  Intent that Its only reception.consisted  of more grins from everybody.  "The nearest sheriff's at Spruce  Rapid." commented some one philosophically.  "We have sixty men. all told," said  Orde. "We ought to be able to carry  it through."  He fllled\.h!s plate and walked across  to a vacant place. Here he found himself next to Newmark.  "Hello!"he greeted.that young man,  "Fixed it with the doctor all rightV"  "Yes." replied Newmark, "thanks.   I  'think I ought to tell you that the slier:  iff is not at Spruce Rapids, but at the  village���������expecting trouble."  Orde roared In '.'delight.-." j i-a-'Ta-.'������������������!-���������  "Boys." he called, "old Plug Hat's  got thf sheriff right handy.; Has he  __.a-DQSse?".Jriqnired Orde of, NeWmark.   ���������r. ~^���������I r��������� * 7��������� 4���������fr".   ���������*** *,**,        '* ,*."''        ' '  first time I ever see one lopesome sheriff gather in t-tfy river bogs without the  aid of a OntlinV^ " ;'y ,  Orde watched them "dlsapponr.  ".Iim," said he, "and you. Ellis, and  you, and yoH.' and,,y*bu, and you. get to  work on that dam. Ahd remember  this���������if you are.arrest'ed. go pimcenbly, j  Any resistance will spoil the whole  game." The men broke Into mingled  ehcer-3 and laughter as the full slg  nlfionnee of .Orde's piriiv reached them.  They streamed,cl)*nck to the dnm.  Reed came out? eyes blazing. ;  Reed stormed 4inok and forth for a  moment, then departed nt full speed  up the road.     t-,        i   <=��������� y \   '.*'  "Now, boys. Tct as mh<,li done j ns  possible." urged Orde.   "We 'hotter get  back ln the brush or he nniy try ��������� to, i  nrrost the whole b'lllng of us on some  sort of a blanket wnrrnnt."        -       '  "Uow nbout the other hoys?" Inquired North. ,,,  "1 gave one of them n telegram to  send to Daly." replied Orde. "Daly?  will lie uj) to ball Wieni out."  Once more ihey, hid in the woods,  and again, after ni longer Interval.* the  uilll owner and the sheriff reappeared.*  Rood appeared to be expos.mliuing' violently and a number of tiinen pointed  up river, but the sheriff went ahead  stolidly to tbe dnm. summoned those  working below and departed  up the  rond as before.   Heed stood uncertain;  until he saw the rlvprmen beRlimingto;  re-emerge  from  ihft brush, then  fol-J  lowed the dfjHcer at top speed  Without the necessity of command a  hnlf dozen,-men leaped down on the  apron. The previous crews bad made  considerable progress in weakening!  the. heavy supports. As soon as these  should be "cut out and the backing removed the mere sawing, through of  the massive sill should carry away the  whole obstruction.  At 40 o'clock the sheriff made his.  third appearance, this taue lb a side  bar bngOT. > ���������  "1 wisjy 1 dared-Join1 that confab,"  said Ordje. "but he'^jiig nie'sure,"  "He ttouldp't jii^ me,^ spoke up  Newmark. "I'll go &pwu.'li The young  man departed in life precise, methodical manner. Ap'dut sunset he returned.11' .*' y       .' ���������  "Welly- the crew .'demanded.  "Reed^waated the sheriff to stay and  proteetJthe jdam," reported Newmark.  "Sheriff refused, y Said his duty was  simplyf'tb arrest on warrant and as  often as Reed got out warrants ,be'd  serve them. Reed said then he  should get a posse and hunt up Orde  and the rest of them. Sheriff replied  thnt as far as he could see the terms  .-;.*.  *>'.������,  "I didn't see any, but I heard that  the governor bad beeni advised to hold  troops In readiness?' '������������������-?: -.������������������'������������������!'  At last Orde's fnce cleared, and tie  slapped down his tin plate violently.  "I have it!" he cried aloud. ,":  He Instructed a half dozen men to  provide themselves with saws, axes,  picks and shovels and march toward  the mill.  Whenr near the structure the river-  ���������man saw the lank.'black figure of tbe  mill owner mount a' bony old horse  nnd clatter away into the forest  Orde rapidly designated ten men- of  bis crew.    "You  make  things  hum.  Get as much done; as,you can before,  .the sheriff comes, ami wbon thnt slier-,  'Iff comes,I want yotj to go peaceably.  Understand?"  "Cnvb in? "Not much!" cried Purdy.  "See  here."  and  Ordo drew  them  ���������n������Jde in earnest conversation, , When  he had  finished  he clapped each . of !  them on the back, and all moved off,  laughing, to the dam,  "Now, boys," he commanded the  others, "do rdw without ordors. If  there's going to bo a fight I'll give  the' word."  The chopping crew descended to the  bottom of tho sluice, the giUo of which  hnd boen shut, and begun immediately  to chop away nt tho npfon.  Tho work hnd continued nearly an  '.hour when Ordo commanded the fifty  or moro Idiom back to camp.  "'    "The   sheriff   will  bo  hero  pretty  Quick now," ' ������������������������������������'  "And leave them to light alone?  Guohh not," grumbled a .lull, burly individual.  "Am I bossing thia drive?" demanded Ordo.  The riverman growled.  Smack, smack, Hounded Orde's (Mr.  Tlio mnn went down in a heap, but  immediately rebounded to IiIh feet,  Ordo seized n jrniivy nnd stood with  tliu murderous weapon upraised.  "Lie down, you hound, or I'H brain  ymi!" ho ronrod at tlio top of Ills grout  volco.  Tho man crouched, brentliloim.  ������������������March!" cominandod Ordo, "You're  through,"  Tho man sullenly arose and slouch-  ��������� ed nwny.  The other men turned to tho trail,  ,   leaving tho ton nt tho Hlulco.    Whefi  within tho fringe of tlio briifih Ordo  .   cnlled n hnlt  "Now, boyn,"' lio cuitifiiaiitlvtl, ' mju������1  down nnil lay )'<>''. M fl������ht would do  nny good you know mighty woll I'd  flght And tho boys won't ho In Jnll  nny longer thnn It taken to get n wlro  to Only to bull thorn out. Bmoko up  ( ar.J dnti't l������-t'."**r"  :,' Thoy filled their pipes nnd settled  down to nu enjoyment of tho sltun-  ���������'..'t'W'.'. ;,  Al hnlf liodr WnyiHod-boforo,tho nltu-  Pilot)' developed  further.   ThVp* Tom  '  North's frloity ,Ilm.**yrl^^hnd gathered  -��������� ���������* bin lnygUguu* on tin; tup of a stump,  ��������� unclaimed lift 1( noes nnd remnfUod thnt  ��������� old Pjliu  llm wiu buck.  it Tho; meli peered cn-utloimly through  i the hhith. They' snw itoeil, ncrouipn-  nled by the sheriff, 'fcptfri������n<*(i the dnm  The working crow HinJked tlip|i"tool������,  rwuned tbelr Jackets nnd departed  wffh thf* sheriff.  "Woll. Til be denied!" ovulated ono  of tlio concealed rivermen. "That's thn  ' ;    Ortte watclicd tlicm dUappeur.  of his warrant were covered by the  men lie found working on the dam.  Reed demanded protection. Sheriff  said for him to get an injunction and  it would bo enforced."  "Well,; that's all right," Interjected.  Orde, with satisfaction. ''We'll; have  hor cut through beforo he gets that Injunction,"  "Yes." suid Newmnrk./'but now he's  gone to telegraph the governor to send  the troops," ������������������'-���������-.  "Kind of expected that, boys," said  Orde.   "Let's see.   Tho next train out  from Redding-  They'll bo boro by 5  ln tho morning nt soonest,   Hope It'll  bo Inter."  "What will you do?" nsked Nowmnrlc.  ���������'Tnko chnnces," replied Ordo,  Tho  sun   hnd  dropped below  tbo  fringe of trees.  Two straight, thin columns of smoke rose from the neglect'  ed cnmpnros.   Orde, glancing nround  him, noticed thoBe.  "Doctor," ho comnwnded shnrply,  "get nt your grub! Mnkn somo coffeo  right off nnd bring It down. Como on,  boys!"  Over n scoro of mon attacked tho  ���������shileowiiy. for by now part of tlio rear  crow hail come down rlvor, The pond  nbovo Iind recovered Its volume. Wntor was beginning to trickle over tlio  top of tlie gnio. Tlio mot) worked up  to their kneoH In swift wnter. Thoy  could not seo. nnd tho ntrokoH of nx  or pick loHt much of their force ngnlnst  the liquid. Hown'by tlio sluice a doz-  i en lanterns dickered nnil blinked yellow against the bluo blackness of the  night. Orde opened tho sluice gntos.  The wntor Iind become tno deep for effective work, nnd ti hnlf, hour's flow  would reduce tho pressure. The time  was occupied In eating.  When the iiionl^was OnlHhed tho mon  lit their pipes nnd went bnclc to work,  philosophically.  Nonr  midnight n  swaying lantern  4wiih seen approaching, Orde liiurd die  Bound of wheels,   A moment Inter Dn-  ly's bulky form "topped Into t'he Illumination of tho flro,  Onlc wnnilered over fo where his  i '���������mpiu'it't Mt*'n! i>wilii>; iilmut tti.ii,  ',    "Oh, there you nro!" erled Only nn-  grll.v    '.'Whin In h- ynu np to here?"  "Running logs," ropllod Orde coolly.  "Running log"!" nhmiled  Duly, pro-  dudhU 'n   much   folded   newspnpor,  j "Tlow nlinni this?"  |    orde lowered the paper to tho camp-  i .i^rn.-^lt wnw un extrn, screnmlng' with  wood type:  VVARI  Itlollnir nnrf niood*li������d In the Wood*,  RIVMniuin ami Dam Owners Cla������h.  Thero followed n highly colored stnto-  men! Hint a ������<Ulrtnt������h had loft the tleul  In po-WHi-lon uf ihe rivermen, In spite  of the sheriff nnd a largo posset but  that troops were being rushed to tho  spot and thnt this "high banded dot!-,  ahce of authority" would soon be suppressed. It stated thnt the ioss of life  was as yet unknown.  "Don't you know any better thnn to  get Into that kind of a row down  here?" said Daly. "Don't yon realize  that this Isn't the northern peninsula?"  "Sure 1 do," replied Orde placidly  "Come nlong here till 1 show you the  situation."'"' ,: ;���������&  The sheriff did not reappear. Reed  evidently now pinned his faith to the  troops!  By 3 o'clock the main abutments had  been removed. The gate was then  blocked to prevent Its fall wtferivlts  nether support should be withdrawn.- *  Suddenly was heard nn exultant yell  from one of the axmen. A brlbf In-,  st'nnt later the snapping of wood fibers  began like the rapid explosions of Infantry flre; acrnsh and bang of^tlm-  bers smote the air, and then the rlyer,  exultant, ronrlng with joy, rushed into  the new pnssage opened for It.*       ',  Orde stormed Into the camp.  "Roll out, you river hogs!" he shouted to those who had'-'vorkcjiil out their  shifts earlier In the iilght. "Roll out,,  you webfooted sousof guns, aud hear  the littlo birds sing praise!"  Suddeuly Orde had froze ln an attitude ot attentive listening. "Hark!"  said he.'    ' ','"' "       '' * ,:*'  Faint, the wandering morning breeze  bore to their ears a; sound whose dtf-;  ference from the lou&er noises near at  baud alone rendered it audible.  "The troops!" exclalmed: Orde, selz-,  lng a lantern nnd returned down" the  trail, followed eagerly  by Newmark  and every man In camp.  The men drew a little to one side,  watching the dim line of the forest,  dark against the paling sky. A pan  rode out of the shadow and reined up  by the'; fire. "Halt!" commanded a  harsh "voleer The riverman could make  out the troops���������three or fouir'score of  them���������standing rigid at attention.  Reed pushed forward]  "1 wish to inquire, sir.";asked the  commanding officer of Orde. "If you  have gone mad to counsel your men  to resist civil authority?"  "1 have not resisted,civil authority,"  replied Orde respectfully. "The re-  ports have been false. The sheriff of  this county has arrested about twenty  of my men single handed and without  the slightest trouble." ,  * "Mr. Morris." cried the officer sharply, "is what this man says time?"  "It sun* is. Never had so little fuss"  arrestfn' rivermen before In my life."  "Then why the'devil am 1 dragged  ^ up ~bere_w.itb_my_men_in^th_^,^gMjl,  cried the officer explosively. "Who's  responsible for this insanity anyway?  Don't you know," he roared at Reed.  "that 1 have no standing'in the presence of civil law?"  Reed started to speak.  "I've nothing to do with, that:,:settle it in court. And. yhat's: more, you'll  have something yourself to settle with  the state! About, face! Forward,  march!"  Orde burst into bis deep roar of  laughter. A  "Now you see,."boys,"' he said, digging his fists Into his eyes, "if you'd  put up a row, whnt we'd have got into.  No bluecoats In* mine, thank you,"  "1 tell ye, I'm not done with ye yet,"  threatened Reed. "I'll sue ye for damages, and I'll git'em too:"  "Now, hop along," urged Ordo.  "We'll pny you any legitimate damages, of course, but you can't expect  to hang up a rlverful of logs Just on a  notion. And we're sick of you, Seo  here, you two; just see that tbis man  leaves enmp."  Reed hastily rotrentcd.  "Well, goodby, boys," sajd Daly.  "1*11 just got along and bnll'th'e'boys  out of that villnge cnlnbooss."  EMPIRE BUILDER'S WILL  IRON   DETERMINATION   MARKED  RHODES' WHOLE; LIFE,   y =  (To bo continued.)  Latest Baconinn Theory.  Tho ncwoHt Hnooninti theory is that  of Sir Kdwii rd. Duriiig-Luwrence, who  hns just published n book with tho  emphatic title, "Bacon U Shake-  HpGaro." in which lio expounds ii now  cipher of his owii di,ncovury. It in  contained in Uio long. -Latin word  "hohurillcnhilltiulimitlbUi*," uned by  tho down in "LovVs*' Labor Lo������t," n  word of whicli grnininnWium luijl boon  fond for u century or mom beciui.-'o of  Us inagnillcont length... Daiito knew it  and did not* disdain Hint it wim Km)  long for ono of his liHc;������. It can bo  niiule, though, inlo a* bad Lntin iioxn-  muter l)y rearranging tho letter* as  tho author Iinv done, following,.nn oln-  borate codo (or which ho thinks ho  has hints in tho typography of tho  'first ltilio; Thus lip gets: '   '  Hi ludi l'\ Bnconimmti tuiti'orbi,  Or in English; TIk-'Ho plays, offspring  of "V.  lliicou, nro 'preserved lor. Uio  world.  Mti'dy .0>*iT,p*tcn-.:.  Tba wnn who iloth nn effort make  To MOlva a Knotiy iiuitMiton  Will Rtralght bo told tlmt hu nhouid take  Homo old to ������low dluDiitlon,  And If ho utrlvoii to bo inopared  To oroM thu shoruluHK rlvor  They'll mxy hisnorvi'H Imvoivot him neurod  .Wai ma.-: If '.'-I lil'i !lv<*r  -Cluvulund Plain Dealer,  Natural Inference.  Th'o chronic murk raker's wlfo look,  ed up from hor .livening p'yper. "Anothor gront mn'n'H blnhiiliu-o Is to bo  ro������t^,rcd." hIio reninrked.  , "About,tlmo," itixiwiiM tho chronic  muck raker "Krom wliom did ho stunl  It*/"���������IlhistratiMl Sunday Magazine.  Alarmed.  There wm i������ yn������m Inly named Hanker,  Who Hlopt while tlio i:lilj������ Iny ni anchor.  Slie awolKe In iltsirmy  Whi-n aba liunnl tho mnte any,  "Now holfit up the lop eliaut nml KijiinHer."'  -Upplneotfs.  Great Figure Who Kept Moving Out-  posts oi Empire Farther and Far-  ther Into Darkest Africa Made His  Plans When a Youth ��������� Studied  Greek While Laboring Around the  Diggings ol Klmborley.  At the head of tho second volume of  Bir  Lewis  Michell's   interesting   bio-  graphy there stands the death mask:|  of Qecil Rhodes, noblo and nuatere.;  It'is-tho death mask of an emperor'  which it would-be ensy to match in  the [wrtrnituro of -imperial Roma.   It.-  recalls, with "a difference, the famous,  lifo mask of Oliver Cromwell.    ''The  front of  Jove  himself; an eyo  like  Mars, to threaten   anu*  command."  Yet the  face, living even in ���������death,  portrays much besides tho habit of  command.   The iirnmes8 of the chin,  or dbstiuncy if you will, is balanced:  by -tho sharp line of tho eye and the  lofty" grow, tho signs of imagination  and intellect..  .->��������� What his mask shows him, that Ce-:,  cil Rhodes was���������a hmn at once of;  action and of ideas. For him to think  wi* ��������� to do, and this combination of the  tw rarest faculties gave his-a place  above and apart from all his, contemporaries. Bismarck, whose work was  drawing ,to an end whfen Rhodes' was  beginning his, was perhaps the closest parallel, but Bismarck played his  part on a larger stage, and saw, more  happily, ;the,conclusion pf his work.  We can but dimly surmiso.the end of  the South African drama, in which  Cecil.Rhodes was the" protagonist.  The career of Rhodes, as his biographer points out, is not unlike the  career of Olive:' At seventeen Rhodes,  r.s Clive before him, went tp try his  fortune in another world. He arrived  in South Africa at the very moment  when thousands were rushing to seek  their fortune at the..diamond diggings.  To Rhodes' ardent mind, fixed already  upon the accumulation of wealth, not  for its own sake, but for what he  might do with.it,"the growing of cotton seemed a hazardous enterprise.  So, "in October, 1871,".n^ Sir Lewis  Michell.says, "he bade adieu to Natal,  and started for Gole^berg Kopjl* in a  Scotch cart drawn try a team of oxen,  carrying with him a bucket and spade,  several volumes of the classics and ,i  Greek lexicon ��������� sui   !y the strangest  equipment for a youth in his  'teeti--  bound for a,miners' camp!"   Yet such  was his equipment, for. niany a yenr  'Until he Wid taken'his degree at Oxford, whither he went "without out  6id3 assistance," as he said, he might  "frequently-fhave-been-discovered-read-  fing the Greek Testament as he trekked  ^across  the veldt or learning the Thirty-  ��������� Nine Articles by heart among the diggers of Kimberley. This determination  'ito obtain a degree at Oxford, while he  i was  building  up  a  vast fortune  in  ������>Sbuth   Africa,   was   a" characteristic  lof him. , As he ,told, a friend, "it was  j the game he liked," and he played it  Jwith_ihcs6mpa,rable zest,'wherever and  : whenever the' "Jinnee- came to him.  :   Thereis no quality .of Rhodes' chnr  ;acter:brought.'.'out more clearly in Sir  Lewis Michell's book' than its unity.  (What lie was at seventeen he remain-  \eo till the day of his denth.   His ambitions nnd his purposes were unnlter-  'able.    His .triumphant maturity was'  'but  the   ampler   expression   of  hi*.  ,youth.   At the nge bf twenty-four, before ever his fortune was made, whetj,  'in fact, ho hnd  little or  no money  jto leavo, ho set him down to frnnio a  igrnndioso  will,  such  ns  cannot   be  matched, in-the nnnnis of wenlth.   He  left his entire estate, then unacquired, to Lord Carnnrvon, Secretary of  !State for the Colonies, and to'his sue  icessors in office, and to his friend Sid*  noy, G-odolphin Shippnrd in trust,  I   In trust for wlint?   A. scheme,, tho  ;vastest which huninn ingenuity could1  devise, and whicli wan as follows: "To  and for tho establishment of a Soeret  Society,   the' truo   aim   nnd   object  whereof   shall   bo   tho   extension   ol  Bri.ish rule throughout tho  world   .  ���������.'" .   nnd especially tho occupntion by  British settlors of tho entire Continent  of Africa, Iho Holy Lnnd, tho Valley  iof   tho   Euphrates,   the   Islands   of  Cyprus and Canada,   tho   whole   of  South   America ..���������',   ,   tho   ultimate  Recovery of tho United States, an nn  integral part of tho British Empire,  nnd the inauguration of a system of  colonial roproHontation in tho Imperial  Parliament which may tond to weld  togothor tho disjointed nu-nibors of tliu  Euiniro,"  i Uhcn wo remombor that this docu-  mont was sketched n yonr beforo tho  Tronty of Berlin by a boy of twenty,  four, wo know not which to ndiniro  tho moro, liis eournno or his pro**  HCienco. Ono thing in amply clour;  Rhodes boliovod devoutly in tho political mission of monoy, oven boforo  ho had it, and though tho later din-  position ot his woailh lacks iho ouro.  loss Hplondor of liis youth it still  was touched -with Uio firo of imagination, n  Elected in 1881 ns member for Bark-  ly Wont, ho lost no timo,in..explnin-  ing his policy. It wa*, In his own  words, "to secure for British South  Africa room for expansion, and to  leavo time and circuuiHtunces to bring  about an inevitable fodamtion.' From  liiul day   until  Uii) i;Uu il  vvua \tla |;Uc  po?c> to keep opon the -northom route.  It was fa thin ond thnt ho mndo his  tnmouH nmnlBHiimtion with Biirnoy  Bariuttfl, and ins.Mtcd that no restric-  tiun Hhould bo placed upon the uho or  exwiiit of tliu company's capital.  iiu(.i*-.i*j. a ukU' fl Lu.-*;;..-*i, !./ol:������'vi  with a natural suspicion upon Kliodoa'  schemes, and in tho end he nave way,  aftor au all-night i-ittlntJ-, with h  phriwo which doos credit to both mon,  "You .lmvo a fancy for buildinu nn  empire in tho north," mid ho, "and I  mipFVHo yon must hnvo your way."  Khodeti had his way, nnd thu Umpire in the nortli Is to-dny nlmoHtn*  lar,<e txt Kvopo, il wo oxciudi* l{us*������ia,  Thi*' win* llhwlej doinu hie bent to  make flrct, fantastic will n rcnlity,  TWO MODESTVATHLETES.  Famous British Oarsmen Have Visit-  eJ Canada���������Unassuming Persons.  The British amateur oarsmen ap-  ���������pear to be unique figures in the,athletic world. They are among tho few  men who have been prominent on  tho sporting pages of the world without contracting the advertising habit,  and when Hon, Rupert Guinoss visited Toronto a few weeks ago he was  not preceded by announcements nor  dw.he try to.get into! ttie;pub j eye.;*  When interviewed, it was as a politi-'  ci ,i that he expressed' himself, ami  talked of colonial preference and tariff reform instead of speaking tho last  word regarding the sporting events of  the, moment.' In. fact, it sqcius .hard  for Canadian:* to behove that' a man  who had t .vice won tho Diamond  Sculls could be ������o modest.' Hon. Uu-  pert "Guinoss is one of England's gon:  tloiiinn ."nthHoi.. and his stalwart fk**-;  uro and quick movements indicate,  tne beiicUs* i..i mo nte no lias ied. It  may be added that he lias not confined" his career to taking part in and  talking about athletics; lor ho is now  a Unionist .member'; of Parliament,  and has also served as a soldier.  His oui-t ebn-ih'st and depnrtmro recall the visit ot Mr. Vivian Nickalls,  nnoihei tn...uu.'b.iglish oarsman who  was present, a; the Canadian Henley  iii 1908. He came with d crow which  he had boen coaching in the United  States, and ha������ been at the course  for a day before it be*nine known  that one of'tho "..nest oarsmen of the  day was present*. Mr. Nickalls did  not-make him<*elf conspicuous, neither did he talk of the superiority of  the English style1 or the English scullers. ...  ' There is a story told concerning  him which u.-cates that he had no,  thought of adopting that attitude. A  week -before the races at St. Catharines, 'a Canndian- sculler had fallen  out of his boat while taking part in  the Olympic races in England. A  sporting man was making fun of the  showing v...ich Toronto oarsmen had  made in England on various occasions, and remarked to Mr. Nickalls:  "I suppose you Englishmen think we  are *,u,< .. i->,.>..--' *.*.> take sucli long  trips to learn to row?"  "jc\!rl*iaj,b -.-.'u aie especially justified  in thinking that when you carry off  some of our pet trophies," replied the  British oarsman ironically.  DOCTOR AND PUBLISHER  HON. PHILLIPE ROY IS WIDELY  KNOWN  IN CANADA.   -  Prominent French-Canadian, Who-  Has Been Mentioned as Successor  to the Late Hector Fabre In Paris,  Is a Graduate of Lavalf-Has Prospered In the West and.Is Director  of a Large Publishing House.  ���������Hon. Phillipe Roy, who represents  tho Edmonton district in the upper*  chamber, and who has.bcejn talked of  as' ii Successor to the late Hector  Fabre as Canadian Commissioner in  Paris,   is   a   man   well   known   to*  Owen Sound���������A Town.  Owen   Sound   is   an   Ontario   town  which certainly shows none of those  symptoms of retrogression which a;e  said  by  some critics ','to  be iuvadiuu  the systems of eastern inunicipaliUts  Its  equilibrium,  tnat  ib' the  biggosi  fact about Owen Sound.- It never pat-  on air���������Owen So*uud became a low.  in 1857; it is .still a town.   Wnicn is,  "wlfere-it'differs^from-other-places-in-  Ontario which call themselves cities,  though none of them have more population that Owen Sound.'   Therefore,  Owen Sound is  the  largest town  in  Ontario.  To be hackneyed', you might  say  that  Owen  Sound  "lies  in  thn  path   of  progress,"   sitting  up  there  on an inlet toward the southwestern  part of Georgian Bay.   Here it cor'  rals  a  big heap, of  western traffic���������  fresh water liners tooting lip the lakes  for the red wheat shacks of Port Ar  thur and Fort William; two transcontinental systems   feeding   the  boats.  They  are prosperous in Grey  Coun*  ty's metropolis.    Oweri "Bound. has n  comfortable look.   If you ask a real  ������������������esuinj uiUii up mere about tiun, lie vwi  wink and   tell   you' about   buildin.*  stonD-r-part of the rocks of Georgian  Bay.    We" will sshow: you it in tho  postofliee, which cost"a cool, hundred  thousand.   This   stono   has   built   a  good piece of.   the . Soo   Canal   and  bridges in Toronto.  Citizenship is de  scribed as *> virulent, in Owen Sound;  remember local option.   And thero ii  something significant burely  in this  fnct*. just now public spirit is goinji-  into its pocket for a large sum  to  Ui������..U*gc  In.   U.ucl   SUpply   WiHCll fcl-HVl-  tatos iijto town from deep springs.���������  Canadian Courier.  HON. PKHiLIPK ROY.  French-Canadians   and highly   popular among them.  Senator Royv was born at St.  Francis, County of Montmagny, Quebec, in 1808, and was educated at  the College of St. Anne de Pocatiere-  and at Lavul University. Subsequently he ��������� studied medicine. He has*  large interests in the west and is a-  director of the L'Courior de L'Ouest  Publishing Co., and president of the*  Jaspers Co., Limited. He is a*  staunch Liberal' worker and for sometime has been residing in the capital..  Tim's  Old   Hat.  Amongst the many good stories told  of Mr! Timothy Healy, the member  for North Louth and one of the new  King's Counsel, is" one concerning a-  hat which he wore for ten years.' After the notorious fight in the 'House-  of Commons in 1893, the mayor 'ind*  ^corporatioiwof-AlexandriaALouisiana,���������  cabled to Mr. Healy that, reading-  that his hat was broken in the melee,  they had voted him a new silk hat  and hat-case out of the public funds,  and requested him to cable the size-  of his head. They then sent him**  a new hat, which he undertook, to*  wear to its utmost limits/.;-Ten years-  later the whole House of Commons  fairly gasped when, one fine afternoon, "Tim" appeared in a new silk  hat. Ho had been so joked about  his shabby* hat thot, after a decade's*  constant wear, he reluctantly decided1  to discard the gift, "with many ������  pang," as he said, "at parting with'  an old friend."  Thunderitormi.  A thunderstorm in hot weather trnv<  ������li at tho avorago rut* of thirty milci  an bour,  Tho Speech From the Throne.  Thero is something quite mediaeval  about this time-honored custom uf*  rending the Speech from tho Throne,  Tlu Goveriior-General sits with his  hnt on all tho way through, except  when ho addresses tho members oi  tlio Lower House, nnd then he iriveii  it a gentle tilt, In order to show that  he is uiu representative of the ropio-  hontntivos ol Uio people tho Speaker,  standing on liis little hassock ut tho  bar, keeps his three-cornered hat on  also, and whon His Excellency raiscH  his headgear tho Speaker clous liko-  wise. Speaker Marcil has long, flowing whito locks, and thoro is a growing nusplclon that hiB hat ii. too  siiiall, for it Is only by tho oxorciso  of continual dexterity that ho is nhlo  to koop it on his bond. At Uio ro-  cont opening of Parliament it wns  ��������� quite ���������liiHCiiiiilinu to wntcli tlio move-  monts of this "tlio." The Speech wns  of unuHunl length, arid half the timo  the . thrjo-corn'-rfid nffnir.,������������������drooped  cutely over tlm loft oyo of Uio "Hon.  ornhlo Charlie," ���������; ;j,*.-  Earl Grey, with a graceful,,wove of  hlR hand, sopt by his nickwiowjamp a  copy of, "his" speech (projJarcd by  Honi' Chnrloh Murphy) to Snciiker  Mnrcil, nnd the latter promptly put  it in nU innide pocket, und inarched  off. hondod by tho mace, to tho House  of Commonfi, whoro, iv I������w j������������hiuUa  later, in a Shcrloelc Holme* tone nf  volco, ho informed tho members that  "I have Riicurod a eopy of, Hiu liixool-  ft*���������*-'������ Bpooch in ordor to avoid mls-  tnkon." '  Keep Out.  An invention hus' boon completed  1 for whnt many thought to bo impon-  ! Hlblo, namely, nn indicator to rovual  11ho number of tho 'phono whoro th*  receiver is takon down whilo a con*  I vorsntion in takinu placo.   Subnerihor-i  tr rurnl 'phonos ttnow that thero nr*s  ; nlwnyn one or two people that nrn  nlwiiyn   mterohU'd   iu other  people .J  luihitioss and  frequently  their  im***  ! cni-t* mny ho known hy tho click of  ��������� the receiver an it is taken from tho  ' holder. This indication will not only  ' indieato whon a third person come������i  ; on tho lino, hut when they como off.  i ��������� Ttvuilou WuUUtuaUt  ��������� ,        Matthew Arnold's Hair.  Matthew Arnold would hnve questioned tlie statement that writers arc-  an infernally ugly riico. He had a  high opinion of his own good looks,,  hnd** wns*.especially, proud of his hair,  This trait is dwelt on by Mrs. E. *M,'  Bellar, in her Recollections. "I first  met Arnold in 1880, at the houne of:  T, C. Sandars. The host and several-  of his guests had been contemporaries of Arnold at Oxford, and their  hair wns grey, while Arnold's wns-  untouched by time. Fancying Bandars was looking at him, ho exclaimed: 'Ah! Bandura, you are jealous I  You think it,is n wig! But pull.-';it,.  Sandars, pull it.' I heard afterwards  that a friend, meeting him*. in-*:p9.w$,  Rtreot, asked where ho had been.. 'At''  .Douglas', having that porpetual miracle, my hair cut,' "    ..,  ���������  Another Confeiilon by "G.B.S." *���������*>,  In connection with Mr. George1  Bernard Shaw's recent visit to Glasgow, there aro probably few who remember a special article which lie  contributed to tho "Scottish Musical Monthly" in December, 180*1, oit  "Mow to Boconio a Musical Critic."*  Slinw, who wiih thon musical critic ot  Tlio World, begun-IUb article in thi������  wny: "My own plan was a simple one.  I joined tlie staff of a now dnily papor  ns. n leader-writer, My exploits in'  this department spread such terror  and confusion tliat my propositi to  turn my attention to musical criticism wiih hulled with Inexpressible  relief, tho subjoct boing una ift  which lunacy is privileged."  Middle Nome* Forbidden,  II is a curious fact that midd'������  names woro onoo illoffal. Tho old ling-  Huh law was vory doflnito as to tho  naming of children, and acco ding to  Coke, "ix man cannot havo two names  ol baptism."   "It is requisite," this  law gooit on, "tlmt tho porBon bo nnm-  od by Uiu. iiuiiio ol hln uaplioai <uu5  ! his siurnnmc* nnd thnt f-pooinl heed hn  I taken to the namo of baptism."  |    Royal porBonngoB havo nlwnyn boon  , allowed to havo moro thun ono given  I name, but as late as 1700, It U nald,  I thero wero only four persons in alt  . EltglUUvi   who   U<ul   wViu   b.VCil   uiUilC.'.  I Kvcin a century and,a hnlf ngo dou-  bio niimoH woro very uncommon.  Laborer With Record,  K;lwnrd Aslihoo, nn employo of tho  High  Broom  Brick Co,,  nonr Tun-  bridge Wolls, Knglnnd, holds tho ro-  oord of hnving cnrrlcd considerably  over 40,000,000 hriokn on n wheelbarrow in the past thirty yearH.     Thn  weight of the bricks is OiMininkd at  I30.C00 tons, nnd In tho courco of Mn  work ho   has   walked   nearly 65,000  milo-*-,, or tnoro than twico tho dhtanCB  round Uio world.   Ashbeo is a irinn  I ol lino   physique, nnd   looks   much  I younger Uum hi������ illty yuam,  ������"*������������������ iagiWvSa^gHgg  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  A Mothers  Sacrifice  For those whose enjoyment of Canadian winter  weather is marred by frost-bites, eczemas, rashes,  chafings, chapped faces and hands, and other  annoying conditions incident to cold, wind, and  tender skins, there is speedy and grateful relief in  Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment. For many,  alone, used regularly for the toilet and bath, is  sufficient to preserve skin comfort in the severest  weather. Skin and scalp troubles, from pimples  and dandruff to eczema and psoriasis, yield to  Cuticura Soap and Ointment when all elsi fails. ,  Not That You Can Notice  A  man can grow: forests  both  deep  and wide,  Luxurious birches and pines;  He can grow  oak    trees    with    the  .   greatest of case, j  And acres of shrublets and vines.,   * Mado in kindness is often an injustice  HC "ITbough? frmtS ������U *������ herSdf and t0 her famlly-  On which the nations aro fed; It is a common thing foi* mothers  But he can't grow  a  thntch  on the to, sacrifice    comfort,    strength,    and  little bald patch ; sometimes Ij-fc ,-itst'lf, for her family.  On the top of liis well-tilled head, So common, indeed, that little notice  Montreal Town Herald.  When Judge Hand in the United  States circuit court made liis recent  announcement to the. effect that hereafter all persons convicted of smuggling would get prison sentences as  well as fines the court's statement was  sent to this port. On receipt of tlie  message its purport was at once' communicated to the passengers. There  was a bargain counter rush to tlie  purser's oilice to.correct declarations.  One individual approached tho purser  apparently unaware that many others  had been beforo him on a similar errand .*��������� He nsked permission to get  his declaration back tin* t, ho had erred inadvertently,  "Why, it is against the rules to do  that." the purser told him, "but inasmuch as you aro the seventieth person who has been to me on the snmo  errand within an hour I'll make an  exception in your case."���������New York  Suh.  GETTING INTO CANADA.  A Boon for the Bilious.���������The liver is.  a very sensitive organ nnd easily deranged. When this occurs there is  undue secretion of bile and the acrid  liquid flows into tlie stomach and  sours it. It is a most distressing ailment, and many arc prone to it. In  this condition a man finds, the best  remedy in Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  which are warranted to speedily correct the disorder. There is no better  medicine in the entire list of pill preparations.  Brown���������-"Is it correct to speak of o  man ns 'of the male, persuasion?' "  Jones���������"Yes, if the subject is not  married."  "What has that to do with the matter?" "Why, when lie is married his  wife persuades him."  is taken of it  If anyone else is tired or wenk or  sick, mother waits on thorn. But there  is no timo for mother to bo sick or to  get the much-needed rest. So she neglects lier ailments until she gets beyond the reach of human aid.  This is an injustice to herself and  to her family. Health must be preserved. It i.s a mother's duty to herself and to those about her.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food will restore  you. It* makes new, ������rich blood. It  creates new nerve force; The feelings of wcaancss and fatigue ennnot  long exist when thia restorative treat-  ment is used. It sharpens the appetite, improves digestion and removes  the cause of headaches.  You cannot'get well in a day. Nature's cures arc gradual and lasting.  Dr; A. ,\V. Chase's Nerve Food works  hand in hand with nature by supplying the elements which go to build  up the system.  Mrs. H. A. Loynes, nurse, Philips-  burg, Que., writes:���������"I was all run  down nnd could not do my own work.  Everything I ate made me sick. In  nursing-others I had seen the good  results of Dr. A. W.. Chase's Nerve  Food and resolved to try it. As a result of this treatment I have gained  ten pounds, do my own work alone,  and feel like an- entirely different  person."      *    - "' " ��������� ���������   , '**  Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Food, 50  cents a box, 6 boxes for $2.50, at all  dealers, or Edmnnson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto. Portrait and signature of A.  W. Chase, M.D., the famous Receipt  Book author, on every box.-  ������   .*  The Real Hero  "So Biggins has written an historical novel?"  "Yes," answered Miss Cayenne;  "Wlio is the hero of the book?"  "The, man who has undertaken to  publish it."���������Washington  Star.  Tough Job  "All flesh is grass," sighed the landlady.  "I'd hate to have to mow a meadow  of beefsteak like this," growled her  boarder, throwing down his knife in  disgust.���������Boston  Transcript.  D'Aubist���������"Do you think my battle  scene expresses, as I have meant it  to, all the poignant horrors of war?"  Krittick���������"Oh, yes, it is the awfull-  est thing I ever saw."  It Eases Pain.���������Ask any druggist or  dealer in medicines what is the most  popular    of    tho    medicinal  oils  for  pains in the joints, in the muscles or  I was cured of Rheumatic Gout by nerves/ or for neuralgia and rheuma-  MIN\RD'S LINIMENT tlsm>  and 'le  Wl11 tel1  y������u thnt, Dr.  Halifax. ANDREW KING,    j Thomas'   Eclectric  Oil  is  in   greater  I was cured of Acute Bronchitis   by! demand than any other.   The reason  MINARD'S LINIMENT. ,. or *hls  ls  iha_\ ^ possesses  greater  Sussex.     Lt.-Col. C. CREWE READ,    healing power than any other oil  I was cured of acute rheumatism by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Markham, Ont.        C. S. BILLINGS.  Lakefield, Que., Oct. 9, 1907.  Women have been known to shake  hands for the purpose of trying to  shake secrets out of- each other.  The Rayo Lamp I* a high trade lamp, told at a low price  Ther* art lainos Mint ocit non, out there la an hatter lamp Buult kt anj  pris*. ConitrucUd af solid brass;' nlekal plattd���������easily kspt cUmi;m������  ornaiasat Iw any room la any hou***, Ther* la nothin* known to tha a**  of lamp-making Ihat can add to tha va'tia nf Ua RAYO Tamp an a llfclit-  K<v1n( cUrlo*. Krarr ilealar eTorywhera. If aot at yours, write for da*  ssrlpllr* olwnUr to M-onsariw*** aienoT of  Tbe Imperial Oil Company, Limited.  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  We are   everywhere with the   stnndard goodt.  Paper and  Matches are our specialties.    Let us  know your wants���������-we'll do the rest.  TheE.BEddyGo.Ltd  HULL, CANADA  TEES & PERS8E, LIMITED, Agents, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton,  Regina, Fort William and Port Arthur.  Bachelor (to inti ma tc f r tend) ���������"  What would you say if 1 should���������cr���������  tell you that���������cr���������1 am going to���������er���������  marry a sweet litle widow with six  children.".  Friend���������I should say you were putting on heirs.���������Harvard Lampoon.  $100 Reward, $100.  The readers of this*- paper will he  pleased to learn that there is at least  one dreaded disease that science has  been able to cure, in all its stages,  and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  Cure, is the only positive cure now  known to the medical fraternity.  Catarrh being a constitutional disease  requires a constitutional treatment.  Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken internally, acting directly upon the hlood  and mucous surfaces of the system,  thereby destroying the foundation of  the'disease, and giving tiie patient  strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing lis  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  A young lady went into a well-  known establishment and said to the  ���������shopwalker;���������"Do���������you���������keep���������station--  ery?" "No miss," replied the shopwalker; "if I did I should lose my  job."  CAUSE AND CURE  OF RHEUMATISM  DUE   TO    IMPURITIES    IN    THE  BLOOD���������CURED   BY   DR.   WIL-  LIAMS* PINK PILLS.  Tlie most noticeable and immediate  result of rheumatism is a marked  thinning of the, blood, and in no disease does it develop more ritpidly.  Not only -does the blood;become weak  but it is soon filled with impurities,  which the different organs of the body  havo been unable to throw off, One  of the most harmful of these impurities is uric acid, which is formed from  .,_  .���������������������������������������������. ..���������.���������.���������  m...n ..��������� the waste, prpduots of the body.   In  work.   The proprietqra have so, much I Hu,llth ]t 1,s, r0������dlly 'passed off by the  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada.  We Carry in StocK Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Natorial. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our Stock.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  the West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.     :     :  Order From  Nearest Branch  i  WINCHE^m  .381  CALIBER  Self-Loading RiflcT  An ila Uiunc liuUc.Uc.ti, this rifle icionila ilnelf, tho  recoil of the exploded cartridge doing the work.  This places the complete control of the rifle under  the trigger finger, which permits rapid shooting  with great ease and accuracy. The .351 Caliber  High-Power cartridge, has tremendous killing  power, making It heavy enough for the largest game  Ciltletai tally imtltlat thlt rUlt, "Tht _ia  tail tktttt Through Slttl,"mt apt* ri*uit,  WiHOHtmn RiMA-riMa arhi Oo.,   ���������   Niw Havin, CMMiN,'  kidneys with the help of oxygon from  tho red corpuscles * of ���������* the blood.  Without oxygen the kidneys arc unable to.rid the system of this acid and  it is retained in the blood and distributed to all parts of the body. The  weak back, pains across the kidneys  and thin, scanty, highly colored secretions, which follow,, show thnt the  acid is already in the hlood and often  leads the sufferer to think he has kidney trouble, If the disease is not  driven out of tho blood, rheumatism  can never he cured, nnd the sufferer  will nlwnys bo subject to attacks,  whenever exposed to damp or cold.  With each returning attack the pain  becomes, moro sovoro arid complied*  lions often arise making necessary  the use of habit forming (JrugB to relieve pain.  It is readily seen that the only way  to cure rheumatism is through tlie  hlood. Dr. William's Pink Pills af-  ford Huch a treatment iih they contain  all tho elements necessary to build up  and purify the hlood. They incrense  its oxygen carrying capacity oniihling  the kidneys to pans tlie uric neld  from the body ami the other organs  to dn their work, Thun rheumatism  Ih reached nt its rent and permanently cured, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  are absolutely free from all habit-  forming drugs, and nre not nn experiment ns the following cime will show:  --Mr, W. Studley Lewis, Pilot, Mound,  Mini,, nays;���������"I 11.111 n firm believer in  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and nlwnys  "In sooth. Olwirity, we should not fry!^^^^  judge unrighteously   but I fear tbat gj,J JJ^ JMU,    nj ������ ; ������ J J'  wt������ Turn,lB,l,u iH nuxt t0 an lm' my arms and shoulders thnt I iind the  "wnw   ������n,iut    (linn      unv      .n       Vl.li.r   W'^'Ht   diillClllty    ill    Wl'iUllg   (III    tllfi  TToSiip" 5 hl,"r| blackboard, and after trying a number  I**.*/ H*mi*dii-s without l-t'iiflil-, 1   xi,ia nl-  ,. , ,  ,'nwt  in defipnlr, nnd fell  inclined to  iu is milking ������utm<'K*jn,,nmlnn t0���������Ulnff.    Hut   nn-   ������lnv   I  happened to pick up one of Dr, Wll-  limns' uliniiuaeH, nnd rend of the cure  of n number of severe eases of rheii-  mutism through the use of Dr, Wil-  .lulll.'i I    llll.       i    Ml',, i   111.--,  to give the I'ills n trial,  faith in its ciirntive powers thnt they  offer One Hundred Dollars for any  case that* it fails to cure. Send for  list of testimonials.   Address*,   .  F. J, CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0,  Sold by'druggists, 75c.  Tnko Hall's Family Pills for oonati-  pation,  "Just hoar liow the wind howls!"  "Dut. cnn you blame it?   When it's  out in the cold nil night?"  To discern and deal immediately  with onuses nnd overcome them,  rather thnn to buttle with effects nftor*  tlie disease hns secured a lodgment,  is the chief aim of the medical mnn,  nnd Bicklo's Anti-Consuinptivo Syrup  is the result of patient study nlong  this particular line, At the first appearand) of a cold the Syrup will lie  found 'a most efficient remedy, nr-  resting further development and  speedily healing the affected ,piirts, ho  that the ailment disappears/  "Ah, nh I" exclaimed the grent explorer, ns he crawled from beneath  the bed and prneeeded to put the geld  affair Into his elenn cuff. "At hwt I  hnve found tlio missing link."  Robert  Ban* Misrepresents  in Order  to Make Magazine "Copy."  In one of- his latest stories Robert  Barr brings his hero, Lord Stranleigh,  to Canada, where he has an amusing  experience with the Immigration officer. The trouble witli the incident  is that it could not hnve happened,  and the officials at Montreal and else.  where are annoyed. Mr. Ban* represents Stranleigh as traveling with his  valet and bearing with him letters of  introduction to bankers in Montreal,  Toronto and New York. At Montreal  he met with an experience which  made him wonder if he were within  the boundaries of the British Empire.  No doubt he will be excused by many  because of the purpose he hud in  view in making protest against one  feature of tho Canadian regulations  governing the admission of emigrants, but ho quite failed to master  hia facts. He describes tho immigration official as being the man who  had discovered that on Beveral occu-  pious immigrants, assisted by their  friends, hud traveled first-class instead of second or third in order to  escape tlio restrictions set up against  the admission of paupers. This is  where Mr, Barr goes astray. No man*  would pay ?40 or $50 extra in passage  money in order to avoid tho necessity  of possessing $25 on ' landing. But Mr.  Barr had to create this kind of situation in order to bring Lord Stranleigh, ".the. richest man in the world,'*  up against one of our immigration  ofiipials. And so the official, little  knowing the man; he ���������was dealing  with, tackled his lordship.  "Do you possess twenty-five dollars?" asked the official sternly of  the richest man in England, who gave  the name of Edmund Trevelyan.  "I've pot two dollars." answered  Stranleigh, "or perhaps sixpence less  since my last bottlu of Bass.'.'  "Are you a farm laborer?" was the  next question.  "I have occasionally worked upon-  a farm, but t never made any money  at it." *.1  "Did you earn the. money that paid  your passage?"  "Well, now that you corner. *me, I  can't say that I did."  "Were you assisted by friends, or  did you come over through the help  of any charity?"  "Through the charity of old George  Selwyn I received some assistance."  "Then you must go back."  "I intend to."  "If you have a return ticket,-,why  didn't you say so?"  "Because I didn't take, a return  ticket. I. sail for England in a month  or two via New York.  "Merely came this way to view the  sci-iTy?" supo-p^od the'officer.  "Exactly. Still, I hope to get some  assistanccwhen I hind. 1 carry letters to people over here."  "You won't land," said' the guur-  dinn of his country with decision.  -"The-Dominion���������expects���������every���������man-  to pay his own way, and we consider  it servile for anyone to accept outdoor relief. You flash up twenty-five  dollars or else stay aboard this ship."  "I agree with, you," said Stranleigh, "that that's a very good spirit  to work on."  He dug down into his pockets and  fished up some Canadian money,  which he counted.   v  "I-find I have only a dollar and  eighty cents. That last bottle of beer  has wrecked me. What do you suggest?" ���������������������������.*���������  "I don't suggest; I order.   It's you  for the raging���������main once more.   I've  caucrht several of,your tribe nlready."  "Ah!   I understand now why Lord  Kitchener avoided Canada and came  home   through    the   United   States.  Horatio Herbert Kitchener is a wise  man, and there* are not more things  in heaven   and- earth, Horatio,   than  are dreamt of in your philosophy."  Tlie young mnn glanced to the rear.  "Pondorby,". he said quietly.  Tho deferential   valet stepped   forward. .."���������'..  "How much money have you?"  Ponderby had been trained to substitute "sir" for "my lord."  "I have 'ibout a thousand dollars in  currency, sir, and tho letter of credit  for ten thousand."  "Bring hither tho wherewithal -and  crush this official. Perhaps wo can  both crnwl into Canada under cover  of our ill-gotten gains."  Scott's Emulsion  is the original���������has been  the standardior thirty-five  years.  There are thousands of  so-called "just as good"  Emulsions, but-they are  not���������they are simply imitations which.^arc never  as good as the original.  They are like thin milk���������  SCOTT'S is thick like a  heavy cream.  If you want it thin, do  it yourself���������with water-  but dont buy it thin.  rotx n_i_i my all uBuooum  8*n4 Ith., a*m������ o< r������lxT *nd thb mi. tor em  bmotlf.il SuTtiign Hank und Chlld'a Hkotoh.Boofc.  Iteok Iwak eokUlua a Oood Luck P������unj.  SCOTT A BOWNE  X*H W-m������������to������ Sir������������(   W������.t       Toronto, Ort.  Tlie domesticated ostrich had just  been, relieved of his "tips." "Trimmed again!" he groaned; "I wonder  why the C.P.C.A. doesn't agitate for  nnti-tipping  legislation?"  ^  Shihhb Cum  nioklyatopa ooncha, emi-M ooUil heal*  to tknwt aad luaj**-*. -   -   ��������� ta aamta.  Friendly Adviser���������Why don't    you  marry tlie girl?   She's a real pearl.  . The Other���������Yes, I know, old man;  but I don't like the mother-of-pearl.  DR. WINTERS  Cures all chronic diseases. -Write  him. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing.  BOX 215.      NEW YORK CITY.  Vfafm  Awarded  First Prize at World's Exposition  on  its  Work  and   Methods���������  CuValo-fue  Krue.    Address.  WINNIPEG BUSINESS COLLEGE.  Oor. Portsg������ Av������ A Fort 8t, Winnipeg  REST ARD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs. WiNStow's Sooth ino Svavr list been   ,.    MIW#I0N��������� 0?  MOTHBRB   for   their   CHILDREN   WUIUt  used for orer SIXTY YBARS by MILLION* ol  TUKTHING, with PBRHKCT 8UCCBSb. II  800THB8 the CHILD, SOFTENS tht OUM������.  U.LAYS stl PAIN: CURBS WIND COLIC, ani  is tht best remedy for DIARUHCSA, It U to*  sotutely hsrmless. Be sure and stk for "Mra  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take ne othtt  kind.   Tweuty five cents a battle.  ORBINE  Removes Bursal Enlargements,  Thickened,    Swollen    Tissues.  SCuvbs, Silled Tendons, Soreness  rom any. Bruise or Strain,  ores Spavin Lameness, Allays  rain Does not Blister, nnota  ths hsli'or1st ths Wns, up.���������M.oo s  bottle, dslt-ftrsd.     Book ID free.  AliHORillNK, 3*., (mftnklBdll.M  bntilt.)   Vor Synovitis,.fltrslns, Oo  r������   ���������".mil    iui ojuuihii,  oiitiiii,  uoiltf  ���������nmitla Osppilii, Vsrlsois Vslni, Vsrloo-  1,,^LT.!i!?0,,,,'.'-*hWJ������,������*'  Bo<* tt**.  W. F. YOUNG, P, D. F��������� 197Timplt 8t��������� Springfield, Mut.  , "HuhIi*, but it comoth jlrivntoly to  my mi i'h that  out of Hc������ft |>iiii.', iiiHtead of our y,wt\  old hickory.  Porn tlirmit IcikIh to TniiHilitin,  Oniti������y find THjilitlif.fi n TTninlin������*  Wiziinl Oil iiHod ub it (riirKln upon tin*  first HyinpinniH of n Horn throat will  invnrinhly prnvont nil throo of tiicHO  dread (Hkoiihch,  Blnck Honvy Substnnco  Thn returned traveller wiih exhibiting Hiuiiii HouvenirH, PrCHimtly lie  en me to n ejueor hhiok heavy mih-  hliniee wriipimd up Hceurely in hoiihi  impor, "TliiH," lm Hiiid JinpnmHivcly,  'Mh ii frngmnnt of nir that I pjou-acd  frojrii upnor hcrth No. 0 in our Pull-  iiiiui,'!���������Judge.  nnd 1 hnd  only In ken them il few weeks when T  felt, much hotter. In thr* course of a  few'wookn more the jininn and ntiff-  neHH had all loft me, nnd T hnd no  morn diflleiilly In doinu my work. T  cannot tiriv enoimh in prnlno of Dr.  Williams' Pink 1'UIh for tliev nnd  tliey nlono cured ine of my rlicumn-  Until."  Bold hy all medicine (lenlem or by  mail nt Wl ceritn a ho**, or nix boxen  for $2,60 from Tim Williams' Modi-  cine Co., Brockville, Out.  Good���������Though  Live���������Indian.  An interesting sidolight on an Indian of Western Canada wiib discovered by a party of Ontario mon a Hhort  timo af?o at a Hudson Bay post ou  the Saskatchewan Rlvor.  Feeling hospitably inclined, tho  momhers of tho party brought up tho  stock of tobiieen in tho store nnd  started distributing it among tho  nolilo rodmen. Tlio latter, of courso,  eagorly accepted the gifts of tho  weed, and, as news of tho good for-  tuno Rprearl among tho Indium-" In  llio vicinity of tho storo, moro and  more of them came trooping in,  Among tho newer arrivals was un*  old Indian of Ktriking' appearance,  and to him also the vlsltorn offered  tobacco, To their surpriso ho mado  a motion declining it, and, thinking  that perhaps tho old man wiih doing  so through imagining that ho would  need to pay for it, tho Kastomers asked an interpreter to explain that tho  tobacco was being offered freo,  "It's no uro offering it to him," snld  the interpreter with a laugh. "Mo  won't tako it. Ho bolongn to tho  Ply month   Brethren,"  Tolling of tho incident, one of tho  party said, "1 wouldn't lmvo boen  mora surpriM-d if ������������.* h/������l ln-.n Udd  that the old Indian belonged to tho  Salvation Army,"  Cool Roccptlon.  Tills one linil.H from Ottawa and  giicB iinek ilie lew days lu Hr.t-  lowo'on, ln answor to tho hopeful,  insistent calls of a gang of youngsters, an upstair window of tlio houso  under attack was oocned, and tho  head of tho hoad of tho.houso was  thrust forth. "How many aro thero  nf ynnf nsked thn hoiHoholdor, and  the revellers eagerly informed him  that they numbered seven. Tho head  was withdrawn, but noon rcappearod,  inyliiR, "Well, iharo., that nmong  you." "Tliat" wiw ������;pail of cold  w������t������r. .-*** ������������������'i*   ospoi  ssls, Hydroosls,  ill  W.F.VOUNQ.P.D.F., 1  MlilJB, Ml, HMtrttl, CHUUii A������������tt.  Aba AtmbbMl ky H1RTIN BULK * WVKXI CO, HIhIbm  TIIK RATIONAL DRU) ������ CIIIIICAL CO.. WImIh. a bt  (W/l SMl UKSOKlUMtN -UUM, OO, UL, Vmuin  Ctk  THE BEST GIFTS  are ihost which last. For this <  reason gift s ot ill ver art af wavi  appreciated. Todlsf/nflulihfne  beif, foot for Iht trad* milk  1847 ROGERS BROS.  Handiome preienfj may be  jelected In tpoons, knlvts,  lorka, or fancy tmlng p/teei.  "SifPtr Piatt that Mart"  Dill Its till, ilihti, willtn,  tlcitt limpid  MCRIDEN   BRITfi CO,  ������nf,l>ST i.vttiiwn niii.im  Canadian Pacific  WESTERN  EXCURSIONS  SINGLE FARE  Plus $2,00 for tho  Round Trip   ���������   ���������  Froiu allii stations   in   Ontario, Port  AlUlUI    illld    Vuint,    MlllHlUlM,    t3liaiiulr-  eliewnn nnd  M\\er1n to  VANCOUVER  VICTORIA and  WESTMINSTER  Tickets on sale Decemher 15, 10 and  17, 1!)10; .January 20, 81, S3 nml ffil,  and  I'Ybruiiry 1*1, 15   and "10.   1011;  gooil lo it-turn within three montlis  from (Into of issue,  Apply   to ��������� lieal'fht C.P.   Uy.  agent  for full information.  r  W. N. U��������� No. 855. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   CULUMBTA.  Tto Suinhfiilaiid Ilews  l*-.i,'(V  Kv?r\'   Tucsdav bv  the  tor ..in cubic   feet   per   second*,  SO ,*ul>    ft  (?.) The character of tbe proposed  Comox   ik    ^'.lriibenland :w   .������umu .   ������ ioJ(k*,c*������  Pub'iahlrjq    Company     |    (f*) ^he premises-on which the wa-  _ ter is to be used (.describe same)  Thi*  I* ji;i-j(M"   Wll  n-'iMii-tihle for tli*  imt hulii   ilst-lf  omniumof old-  ���������*,r\, .ns iniw ajtjwur iu iu columns  ���������fnll time to tituo.  'll.'ESDAY,   l  1..    7tii,     1W1  WATKR NOTICB.  NOTIOE la hereby givon that an  Application will be made iu>4������r Part  V. of the 'M-Vater Act, 1909," to ob-  t������ma liceua'e iuthe S.y**i:u Uivi.-i n .1  Vict riuW������t������* Distriot  a, The name oil Cum any in full The  C v. ptioU Ki*.o TftwiT 0 nips v, Limited.  Tl.e ho������d < ffico- Oilice ..f lUr.uri ft Rob  jTta.ii, 514 V r. Ht., Viot   *,.. K.C.  The capital, how divided, showing  iimour.t paid u(.- $50,000 diviuet' iu'0 6-������o  ������bt\i.i vi $100.00 ca.li. Au<..utit \M<\ up  ������40,000.    .  (If for mlulng purposes) Free Mln-  w's Certificate No   . (b) The name of the lake, stream  or uource (if unnamed, the description 1.-. Caul] bull-Ijk'.'C-', V-     OUVUI la'.Hwi  (c.j The point o! diversion: About  Th-: i--.--.t- im CimV:** .i'ii*   *.  (d.) Tho quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second) 40 cu>������  ic Iwt.  (������,) The character of the proposed  worka dnm A-ii  its ���������;..- (,;������*. ������..  ({.)���������*The' premises on which the water is to, be* used(describe same): In  at s.-;u>: p^'iut on tl.e Isnd a oag ihs bauk  at the Cuwpbel! Rivet, ulxin*; ouo half pin-  beluw Campbell Rive**- FidK  (#.) The purposes ..for which the  ��������� -.fatur i. L   :*e uiwd'yywi*   ��������� *��������� " ������*ty  (h.) If for irrigation describe the  land Intended to be Irrigated, giving  acreag������  .....  None.  (i) If the water is to t������ u*ed tor  powsr or mining purpose* describe  the place where* the water is to be  returned to some natural, channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of re-  ���������.uru: The water is to be it n w*d t*> th<-  Ca-mpbelt RvT������r st ;t p iut ahont one mil*  below tho Campbell Rivir Fills and she  _<Jiffw-������iij_������ju aUiind* wiHI*.   ������������������> .tit SOOft.  At ...tae poin . uu he laud uiotiff Uie i*iik  of t v Oniuybll hv.r boa. uiiu h������lf mile  bel >w Cmaubjii sivor Killo.  {_-.) The   purposes   for  which   thu  . vi is vn be ut.i: power hu1Vb **>.  (h) If for Irrigation describe tbe  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage .  ���������������������������   None.  (i.) If the waterj Is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place whero the water ia to be  returned to some natural channel,  aud the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return: The water is 11 bo teturiied  to  tie  inn/*. Ilr.vor at * point about one  mil  below t * C-impbcl| rivor Palls a������d the dif  fere <ie id altunde wil' be abost' 800 feet,  (j.)Area of Crown land intends to  be occupied by the proposed works'  a* nt 320 no ee.  (k.) This notice *was posted on the  ughih day of j.uuary, 1911, aiid npplk-u-  tiou will ba uiu<l������ to the CotuuiisB ou������r hi'  the twenty-fourth day of February,   1911.  (1.) Give the names and addresses  o! any riparian proprietors or licensee who or whose lands are likely to  be effected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet:  Ti������ B i ish AmericanTimb*r Co., Ltd.,  of Vict'f.i*, 15.C; North l'acifie Lumb.-r  C >., 'U I, of Vancouver, B 0: P. Ouchihy.  of Jliicasjo. Illinois; International Timber  Co., of Vancouver, B.C, Esquimalt &*N*������*-  naimo Railway Company.  Attach copy of Buch parte of the  Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works,  a. Tt e cons ruction or operation of works  or the supi'ly or utilization ot whi������h* uuder  the4,vV*BwrAot, 1909."  b. To apply for and obtain undor th  provisions of tiiu " Water Aot, 1909," or to  purchase or otherwise acquire water lecordx  or ������ awn-a liooo6������*8  Thk Campbeli, Rivkk Power comi'any.  LtMiTiJn; 0. H. Bums, \V. Wa:lace*Uiiiiii,  Duo(.-t*.*rs. '. .'  1*  q. addieusil.* 724.'Victoria, B.C.,.  ALVAGE CO.'S  Sale Continues Unabated in outf neui quarters  taio doors east of the Post Oifiee, in Boujling  Alley Building, Dunsmuitf ft venue.  Selliug out balance of the Model Clothing Qo.'s.. high-grade stock   ol Men's,  Boys,   and   Children's   CLOTHING,   FURNISHINGS,  HATS, BOOTS and SHOES, at less than cost  ������    of the raw material.  Come with the Crowds.   Let Nothing Keep you away.  A Chance of a Lifetime Stares You in the Face.  Below we quote only a few of the many hundreds of Bargains to be found here:  (j;) Area of Crown l?nd intended to  ht occupied by, the ^proposed works:  AS..UI m) -iCtOS;   "  (k.)Thi8 notice wa������ prntod on   the  :eo.> i; .i������y ol January, 1911,   ��������� dar-iio.  tion will bo    made to the   Commla-  ������io eroa the twtnty-louitu ..������y of u'ebru-  tiy, 1911.  1.) GLv*e the names and addrcsaea  of any riparian proprietors or licen-  ���������eta who or whoee lands are likely to  be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet:  Thecripvn, hf British Am net Tim'mr  C**., Ltd., of Victoria. B ().. Sorb Pooifio  Luabsr Co,, Ltd,, of Vaucmner, B.'\; P.  Cudahy, uf (Jbin.gtt, Illinoi.: Interaction  a Timber Go., of Vaae'U er, 11 G.  - Attach copy pf such parts of the  Company's memorandum of association as authorise the proposed application and works.  (\] The Ciiimtruotion oi operation of  vi rk, r tho - fitpplyVrutiliicntiou of water  n.*lt;,������h9"\V.U>rAct, ltlO'J."  (1>) To npply fer and oliUi-i under tho  proviiiomi of tlie "Water A'*t, 1900," or to  pticohuao ..r rrheiwlsft d������ijuir*������ water roc-  en"iii i-r 'Wider ll������.n������s������,  Tr:i? Ca>ipiu{i,i. nivFiiPowRH company,  T.iMJTun.  0. II, Uui-imi W, WkI'hcc Orinie,  I\0   iindie.s Itox 724 Ui-ootoiB.  Viotoni, W.  APPLICATION   FOR   STORING VV AT.ll k.  Tbo pluo of Hits iiirtpDSi'd r-iirrvoir for j  ������Winj! wk'ih* C;'.iupliell Itun*, Vhiiuouvoi-  'Is'.mil.  [t] Tho ii s^jik liy which M if pruimmi'l to  ist.iro tii'* wiiiirdaiii ������ti    u i|i"<> |{.tos.  (v) Ilo** it u propound u> ti^nire the  1* A .I'Xi'i'Hiy ( r th������ nir|m������i> l>y jjukiIiS'iii  iiikI * ,|i!(.,n.\i ou.  -*���������*��������� A j|.i.^t|ionti.|y lh<> niio.h'.r nl m>vh  tVe -n'on loiM** o imoui iimI 'JUHlli m-.i.  lfi-.,, TIiki'ii-i-pU'I \lvr l>    .������(!-,,Ll<l(  AFPLIC AT ON FO tt STO l'.IN G VV A TER  s. Th������placB of tho proposed rtuervui {��������� r  Btoiing: Uyper Guuubell L������ke, Vouoouvfci  Island. ,-  t, Tho nieaua by -which ic is propo ,ed to  "8tort'th������-war-w:-Da������n-aiid.Siu������de.KateB^_ ,  v. How it is pio{jcsud v. Jiuiaire the lar.d  Clothing Dcpartsnent.  $15,000 Worth of Clothing Butchered.  Fine Suits of Men's   or   Youths'  Clothes, worth ������7.50, now   $2.08  Suit of Men's or .Youth'rt Clolhos  or Overcoat, woitli  to   $12.50-,  now 4.98  Overcoats or Suits, Model's pi'ife  ������15, .Salvage price     now $0.^8  ������18 Overcoats and'Worsted Suits,  ���������hundred-a of them inclu'ied, and  money back for garments returned Now 9.08  Overcoats and Suits that poll every  "where at 320, our price  10.89  Men's Fine   Boots,   worth   $3 50,  Now ,-, .   $1.65  Hoys Overcoats, worth up to $5.50   Now   $1.89  netes ary for tha -yutpose: liy jjuiulmae and  oxpr >[>iia**i������u.  ���������*���������. Approximntoly the number of aure  (eet iuteudea co be impouuded 19,75*2 aoic  :������et.   ...  The campbkll rivkii powbb co., i.i.mitvd.  G. II. liuruhi, '.V VValhce Giimo, Duoctoiv  P.O. address:    Hox 12i, Vtctoria, b.O.  ���������Kobhv Suits in, fine materials,  worth  up  $6; now $2.89  Chiklretis Suiis  worth   $3: now 98c  Mens nnd Boys l'.uits worth up lo $1.50  Now ...": " 79*-'  Overcoats and Worsted or Silk  Mixed Tweed Suits, perfectly  tailored. It seems a pity to sell  them' so low, Worth $25;   '  now 11.48  Suits for best dress wear, -finest  hand hand tailoring throughout  Wor*h to $-10.    Our price  11.88 AND 14.98  Furnishings, Etc.  100 Mem's and Hoys' Shirts, worth 75c.  and $1: now 29c.  Men's Shirts, white and fnicy patterns  price $1 to$2.    Now 79c.  Men's Fleeced Pibbed Underwear, worth  to $1.    Now 39c.  Men's Hose, .vorth 25c. Now    5c.  Men's and Ladies' handkerchiefs, hemstitched, worth to 15c     Now 3c  Ties, wortlraSc    Now   ............ 5c  24 doz* Overalls, worth 75c   Now 29c  loo dcz Ties, worth 50c to 75c Now 17c  Men':*. Wool Socks, worth 50c. Now 19c  Men's Silk   Embroidered    Suspenders,  worth to 35c     Saivaije price 12c  Men's Fine   Raincoats   and   Overcoats,  worth to $1-2,1-0, now $5.48  Meu'* Hose, worth 25c. Salvage prion 5o;  Muii's wool hose, worth to 35c, now 10c.  Men's strong work  shirts,  worth   $1.50,  .Sulv bro 8.������le price  65o  Men's honvy wool top shirts, worth $'2.50,  Snlvago Salo prioa  95c  Moh's be������t work shirts-and Hupnel ������hirtn i.n  earth, worth to 81, Salo price... 39o  ilen's    long   oil skin coiUs, worth ������3,50  Sale prico $1.25  Hat Department.  Hats, soft and stiff, worth $2    Now  6Sc.  Big line of liats. wonll up to $3,50 Now   $1-79  Men's soft and stiff Hats, woiih up to $3  Now 98c  Boys Hats, worlh %f Now 29c  Caps, 30c and 50c values,    Nuw 14c  Boots and Shoes.  llooots,   worth  4.50  Men,s  Now 2.35  Men's*and Ladies' Boots,   worth $2.50;  Sile  Price: 98c.  llov's Shoes   worth   $1;   now 12c.  Men's High-Top   Uoots,   wonh   np,  to  $7.50 $3 4S  Men's Oxfords, wonh $3; now $1.48  Men* fine hoots, worth 3.50; .  Now, ������1,05  Mens boots, worth to -i.dO;   ,  Now $2.8.r>  ,M,enP-boots, actuol worth 1.50  Now SJSc  Ladies boots, worth 2.'20'. now SJSc  Boys shoes, worth 2.00;  uow (51)c  75<.l������z.  Gloves,   50c    lo   $1,50 values;  Now , 35c  aiwe  !I  1.  in.iii., \V U'ullm**. (Iniii 1  D r.  L H  V : f, ������73l V ���������������iiri������, 11 C,  WATlCrt NOTICK.  NOTIOB  in   heroby Klven that   nn  f.;������[iHeivtloii will be roftda under Vtxrt  \, ol tU'-'TJnlw Ati, 1SC3," U*   ob  l������*n ��������� lie >'nn- n tli������ (J-dimx Dvn .1, ..( V.t  tu i'i W     ��������� Hi   ttoi,  tn) Tha onma of Comimny ln  full;  'I     Oimjibell Hiv*������r ru������i<r. onii anv.Ltd  Tlm limirl ..riftvf rtin.i*.   1   l.nriurd   ft  y. 0 xa.������i, sur.rtH . vc.un , n.i\  'i'bn capital, how divided, uhowliiK  r \. t pain up i hi.odu, , i 1. d -'iio f*UU  ��������� .I** ol flOO 0ch; mixuiit |)������iil up  $ ft.MO  (Tf for oilnin*? t������������rP<������rny Frco Minn's CVrtlfctlfl Ko   (b.) Thf ntr*n ol tb? Into, utionm  or pourcft   Mf utinrmml, tbo dencrlp*  .*��������� >ii, i  Ihip r ('ft.. b.ill   .1.',   .' ir.c . it t  ���������    n������  ie.) Tha point pf dlvenrtnn: At th#  ������     -.rf   ,   .;      i,  I f,,   ,*  (d.) Tha (jngntity ot ������atus tppliad  WATER NOTICE.  NOTICK is lieicby yiyen that an application wijl be made under I'art V. ol the  Water Act, 1909, to obtain .1 license in  the Comax or Nootka Division of Victoria Water District.  (a) The name of the company in full:  The Campbell River Power'-'Company,  Limited-  The head office Offices of llarnard &  Robertson, 5I4 Fort St, Victoria, 1! c  The capital, how divided, showing  amount p tid upj $50,000 t'ivtdecl into 500  -���������bares of $100 each; aMOiint paid up:--  $40,000.  ���������;!)) The name of the lake, stream or  soureu [if unnamed, ihe description is'J���������  lluttles Lake, Viincmivci' Isl.ind.  (cl The point of diversion I'oot of Hut  Ick Lake.  (d) The qunntity of water applied for  in cubic feel per second  125 cubic feci.  (e}-T|ie character ol the proposed works  iIhiii and sluice gates.  (f.) The prenmes on which the water  is to be uicd describe same: At some  point Along the bunk ol ihe Campbell  Itiver about one half mtle below C.nnp*  hill river Kails.  (u) The fiurpcsea for which tho w.ucr  is to be used; Power purpie-H-*..  00 If for iingat.on ilevcrihu the land  iiilcnded in be irriuutctt; giving acrcigu;  Not 10l>o used foe irrigation, v,hv   i( is j,,,,,,,,^ ���������,  ni,|Ul)C  ,,���������.  (1) If ll.e walor is tc hn used for power; ,am, Mea.hflary ,,���������- ,,,0 )H,r|jn,ul ,iv |)ur.  ur nulling purpnset-, describe the  place ; (.|,,,sc nntj UM),.(,,���������i���������,i���������|,,  where the wattr is to bu returned 10some j    w Approxini.iudy ilie iminb-r of acre  ii.iural channel, and die difference in al-1 ftt(fl ,0 hc ,mp()U,Hled: 84,000 i.eic del.*  titi.de between point of diversion  and _.,.|||t CaM)1K| |( KlvKU ,,mv|,u CllM,,ANV  Selling out THE MODEL CLOTHING COMANYSltSTQGK  Dunsmuir Ave , two doors, east of the fosfe Office,  83iiii������gaBffiias^^  STO   E OPEN TILL 6 P.M.  CUMBERLAND..B.C.  , Attach copy of such parts of the Company's memorandum of association as  aullmiiKc the proposed application and  works.  (n)'lhe construction or operation 01  works or the supply or utilization of  water iinder the '.'Water Act, 1909,"  (b) To fi]iply for and obtain under the  provisions of the "Water Ad 1909," or to  purchase or otherwise acquire water records or water .licenses.  Tin*; Camimikm'. Kivi-.k Vq-nvm Company, LlMITlU),  CH Burns W \Vai.i,au*;CiIUMK  Directors,  /!' O Address)    Bus 724, Victoria, 11 C.  APPLICATION I'OR HTORINC  WATKR*  s The place of tlie proposed ru.ervoii'  fir storing lluttles Luke, Vancoiiviu' Island.  1 The menus ov which it is proposed  to store lu v it >.", I) 1 m and muice ������att'������  point of return: The water is to be ie-  turned to tin Campbell river at a point  aljoiii one mile below the Campbell river  IwilU .md lhe ditVerence in altitude will  bf. adout joo leet,  l.j) Area ol Ciown imdi uceiklod iu.'ic  occupied by the pr.������pn������.j<l ������\orka; About  310 acres,  (k) This notice was posted nn the sev-  ..-.'h J,"������v -,.' J.t.'i'.'.irv,  ";*M, 'in'l  'inylic-.i,'  non will be madn on  the  tweniy-lourtli'  day of February, 1911,  Limited.  Ci H Huuns W Wai.uck C.HIMIv  Directors,  TP O Addressl    Uok 724, Victoria, 11 C.  CUMBERLAND 'HALL   Wednesday and Thursday, 8 and 9 ins o     v   n  Form Ko, 9.  IMiiiMii.  V nn No 9.  Komi of Notion.  Count Diti riot,  llihtru't of Uungn2,  TAKK notioo thai Hliumr unnn nl Sun-  1*.  >* .  >  i     '  1  .#^>������(&  <*  1-  1         ',   t       >  }  * _            tb7*Pw  '   '*fS_w  mk\w_\. '"'tI  t,     _,  ���������  .    '     .   '"  *��������� ���������i-^'^.^^m  f '    A'!   '/.'>',             _\  fxy$  ,   t  V?'ji*V.  7���������/ ������   ;���������  -\ ! 'l*r  ,-r  '             '  '.'���������' ���������.' r  1u'v,;v.' ::,"*���������  *.>'''���������'.' "���������������������������'  '.V^  ,,������������������!        ' ' '*<*>" '"' ���������*"  ������   \'i '',!'"  ���������. 1'  HblllUfflSffifiBHMIMHV  *    i       A             \       ���������  ti?T  " *' <"  '.   -   -1''   It   i        ,      '  il' ���������(' >'.  ~y '  '  vi ������������������fv'-.\!> ���������.',',    T' >  ^'iilK,. A':,'T,   ���������  ,lf .''    ! i" * - i _ (  A  Ki&t'f!A^;^  * r'W*-'.  J  W\iu  fft***'  Jt  -&mM  'ii ���������'_)'.;,,'"{:  i    ta. ������������������' m*'���������"''''���������* ''''  IpAUi'..'*.'   ''    '���������'*,������������������'''  h_i.t_t-:*., ic'f. -...,_.  ,,_    ; ���������������������������   1  T-h  \  -   .  ;      1  ���������n" ������-^wm____\___\  11 /tWm&mk  WfWitki'  '���������      ���������' f *   ,  ,_  'J������.U"*W  tin,,.  rt's**' vi* '*  "MENTAL M  j couvi r, (���������duiipiitioti Mirricil mnniin, in-  (I) (.ive the names and nddrmes of I 1������i������iIh lo npply lor prrn.i������������iAn t������ purohftKO  any npariiin proprietors or licensees who I th?.f,,H,,w,,,������ ,k,������u,lbml )<">**  or who**!! lands ate likely to be nffecied j  nv the piopo-.cd works eiiher above or  below the tnitlri: The Crown, Ksquim.ill  V Nanamn-  '' o'w.ny Co,    i'he   llnusli  Aini.i.C.llI ", 1 fbv:  H.C, l'Cu*������.:,y  ���������eni.tuonat I ,.i,',n  'T, K, S'nrt'i Midi  \ 4tU. *. VU,l  C*  1   i, l.-.d., iii Victoria,  l >   .u-iv.it, illuiuis, In*  ��������� I....,  cl   V.tou uv. r,  L.i*ibrr C*s  I id,   o  t  Ciniijn"iiiiinu nt it pd������t pliinlml at lhe  North Went corner of No. I, theueo North  oitfbty (Mil) cIi������iiin. tbniiw Ki^t (Wi)uhniu������  Ihonco Smith oiRhty (^01 eluina, thenoe  Wmh I'.iO) cliiioi*, '��������������������������� " ���������** '   <*'  t-.r*'m*������'������(������-  mititi *"��������� uini cf a ������������������ i.ui.'i'.j ;i t������i fi> '���������;  iicrc*, mo ������ or ii im,  KL,\l)lt I.BKK  Viini.   .1 A^.pli������<  1.  t)-J(i'*Tui"i Mi "".  TAKK NOTICK tlmt J*hn M.j TAKK noTICIC tlmt })xtit\ i������������w*.on  Htf warr, of Vaiipoww. offiipaiioii oar M���������n o( Vane������uv*r, noenpatlon, carptn-  rntar. |n...j������Ha tn n,.pW for   rarmia -1       .       , ,   forparml^lnn to pur-  ���������lion loi'iirnboan fho fnllowinn deiorih*    ,      ,,   ,���������    ,     ,      ,.   , 1    ,      ������  ������\   l^rint-ContlticnrinK   at  a   pwl chaw Hi. followliia doarllnMl Uw, ai-Cam  ������������lanlO(iHtth-������nnrtbw*a������flornrrf.f N*i n*i*Hi������mt ������ p������*t pleutad at the anvth  U. l( i.\a V tef n-lfi-i rnrtb m-M thraa .***f enrm-r of No. 1  Oieneo north 80 ohalm  LAMU ACT.  Form of Notico.  Coaat Dittiiot, Hauge U.  TAKE NOTIOK that A lexamlor MoVln'o  of Vunoouvur,  occupation, ciupimtor, iu������  Uuiuh to npply for pi-rmimiinu 10 purclimo  tho li'illfwiuy du*-onb������!il laiuUs���������ComuiKiio- ,  iiiK ut ut a post plantiil at tho nor.th *,ttt\t  oiirnoi* of No. fit, but ii g (our mile* north  mid throe mile* mint of the soitdi tvust our*  nur nf Nn.l, thuimeHurtk UO <jbuiuu,tlicuco  wont 80 chitinh, ik-uuo hiuiIi BQ.,than,u,  thi-ncu uant SO clui'**, to the poiut iif uum*  iiionooinont, unntuiuiiiK 04Q aoro^, moro ut  few, ALKXANDlCRMuI'lIEK,  Nume 0/ Applicant.  DiltdJuiio (III, 1910,  tmtmmwm^mammmmmimimammmmvatiim$tmm^  LANU ACT.  . Form No,2.  Con-it DiHtriat, UntiKo '.>,  TAKB NOTICK tint Niiomi M0VI100,  of Vnnuouvor, noeupaliou, mtuiiud w-omur  inlomU to apply for peruiiaaiou to pur  oh mio Iho followiti4 draorihod UimUi*: Con  imuiuiiiu ut 11 p'lut plmiloil ut thu noi'll  wool oornor of Nit, M, lioiiifV flvo loilm  north nud thru* tuiloi wont of tho mull  wont am nor of No, 1, thaium norlh 8(  oil dm, tho'ico weat 80 oliaiim, Ihouc  Houth Kl) (ihiilnH, tlionoo otint Hb clini n>, b  tho point of oomliifncouiunt, uotituii i>  (ill) iiuiva, inoro or Ions <���������  NAOMI MoPHKK,     j  Nnmo of Applicant"  DiifoitJnna (Mi, 1010.  mVtf fat of the ���������"'tihwi'i' enrnat o'  No 1, iliroT* i*r-Ttb 1.0 ohnins, 1f'*r\������r>  rj,.*.( K'l ���������������' dt n, ������*' i"-t* ar-mb fft f'iriii*'  ��������� hi***.!-- <*-������m HU cbdlj.*, tr l|i������ T*clr*> o������  Cl-V lli-llCOIIt* ftt   t-r l\tl*rll,<f\f,ll\ **\M,  r,.���������. nrlrw. .'OUN M.HTEV'AKT.  Namo cl App!i<'.������������t*.  I������ t.d Jut it 0, 191".  thfiiot nut B0 dliflh)*", tbenoe isoulh M)  nh,'d������.������ H>������iw������j *,��������� ���������������.-- BO chain*, to point of  <t.imiiirti(f/*-n('ijt, containiiiR 010 ana mor#  or I'M,  IIAVIO DAWSON MIMJR  Namnof Aviplictnt.  U.Ud June Ml*, 1910.  coast land district.  Diitrict 01 Const Ilnn^e 2.  TAKK NOTICK thnt Kdwnnl t||  . i'\\"A������'.'.������)������)   cf     Vnnronvor.   H   (1*1  ffontlomnn, intendu to ii|iply for |i������i|  miHffoo to purohaho tliu followinf  (lescrihod IiituIh!   Conimpnoing* nt|  poet plnntod nlioHt 7 miloa   nort||  ���������11x12 inUc-k ������HHt of llm  H)Utli(<n|  eornor of (JL 83f)8, thi������iion width  Hf  chnini',   'licnce   woal   80   chnini  thenco north SO flli.-nna. fli*������*������*������o������* nn'1  hOclmina, 10   pott   of  tn,\n\v.f.uc{  lOfnt. 1'onlniiiinn (i40aciof, morci  h,H>.   KDVVAUD (J T0WN8KNM  LlMictl July 27tli, W10.  1 I J*****m������Zm--.f "*     ^T^XJV  t*~  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ^^^P  JlPPLICATIONFOR STORINa\VAfER  ,. (8 ) Tha place of the proposed re8Drv������ir  (or Btoring Comox Lako, UC.  ft) Thi moans hy vhich it is proposed  to store the wnter by a dam at outl*ut ef  Like.  (u,) The area of the roaervoir eite or  aitua at each foot in dauth abovo tho outlet  8000 Korea.  (v.) Mow is it proponed to acquire the  land necessary for the purpo&e By purchase  if access try.  (*.) Approximately the number of acre  feat intended t-> bo impounded 80,000.  (x.) Wnether it in propostd to lewcr tho  ���������water iu any natural lake or staudiuj body  o( wutoi", and, if no, tlmo���������  1, Tho anticipated extent ot the lowering Not lowered.  t. The means propooed to be adopted to  ]ow������r and rutill   3. The utturo aud olmraoter, in detnil,  ot the work* propped to be constructed to  provide for the discharge and painting buck  of the w������;er Uy concrete dam with 'regulating gates controlling the dUoharga.  [S'gnature]  "We. u iotOn Oolukky Company, LtD.,  W. L Coulbos, General Manager.  (P.O. ,-dircsa) Viuiorin, ll.C.  Jauuaiy llilh, 1011.  ��������� ������������������   WATER NOTICB.  NOTICE is horeby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Wuter Act, 1909," to obtain a iioenau iu the U.vuio**' ut Ounux  Dietr ct.  (a.) The name of Company In full:  Wo'lluigt. il C lilo.-y Ccuij)������ny,   Limiiod.  The bo id ..Uho Victoria, B.C.  Tho capital, h..w -Jdivided, ihowiua  imjtint *>������id up ?".IO,0000 divided iuto  f J.000 sbuiea of $100 00 each tullv paid;np  (If for mining purpoaua) Free Mla-  cr's Certifieate No   (b.) The name of lake, stream or  pouree (if unnamod, the description  t������) P.mtlerig-j River.  (c.) The point of dl Venice: At a  poiit above the falls on tho ���������Vi.mlodge  River, Coniox District.  (d.) Tbe ciuantity ot water applied  for (in cubic feet per second):  67P.  (e.) The character of the proposed  work*: Generating piant. powtr������o.k������, am  electric work*-, aud iilatu a id other niaok*  iuery and conveniences nocnesary for producing power.  ((.) The promises on which tho water lo to be UBed (describe same): On  - _QrJujhe3r'*-iniivAOJj-Oy_uJ1i"K^.1-tJ!gLL  ery Company'-* Ltd. pr*peny aud hold*  ia^n in Comox D>ti io;.  (g.) The purposes on which the water is to ho u^od: Uom rating eleolnei'y,  and or lipht, heat, j>ower, operation of  ���������motor*, engines, imdwoiiinery of al. kicda  and generally tor thvoxeroiuo nf nil powers  and priyilegen of a po*er co.upany uuder  Fart IX. of above Act.  (1.) If the water to to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the plnoe whero the water Is to be  returned to     BOme natural chaaael,  * and the difloronco in altitude betwetn.  point of diversion and point ol return    At a convuuient plaoo   below  tlie  '...Htooghton Filla  in tho vicinity   outlet  B,*:6wil River, Sootion* 10 and 14 Tp., 0,  ��������� Comox Diatriot.     Tho point of return u  about 200 feet lower nltitudo than the point  of di-*o'Hion,  (J.) Area o( Crown land Intended to  be occuplod by the proposed works:  Moi.e,'  (k.) Tkls notice was posted on the  eixtoenUi day of Jauuary, l'JII, aud appl -  ea';iou will ho made to tba o������m nindo ner  on the 21trd day t������f Pehrunry, 1011  (1.) Give the names and addresieo  of any riparian proprietors or lie-  onees who or whose lands are likely  to be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet;  Wi-liluyt in Colliery CotupMiy. Ud,  Attach    copy, of inch parts ot the  Company's memorandum of association as autboriw 'be propoeed a������pll������  cation and works  (WlKllat't a)  Nf BM.IKOTOH OOI.MBUV OOMI'A NV, I/TI).  NV, It, Coui.hon, (knouil Mau������i/er.  (V.O. nitdrsiii)  Viotoria, U.C,  Rxirauifrom the hbuohinhum ov ajmooi*,  Alios or nil! Wulmnoton' Coi.michy  (.'omi'aXy, i.nursu,  (i) To ioi|iiIho by piiroba-M, grant, leavo  or in Kity other imiuner ,,,water or  riuhml'ii wntor ..,, ���������   Id] To carry on the l'tninosn of,..,,.,.  eUotiio lif nt, hunt tnd power supply,,,,,  fit J To mamif^oluro snd urn* is n motive  powor elect' icily and to in mufautur*  or iinijiilio plant, machinery," nppnrattia,  Slid material* of every kind fur Ihe pro-  dilution end ilUiribulinii of eleotriolty, ,.  , I'i goutr������i.-, uao or liiK^uio ut ������u,t,iij vi iin-  .itiiitU th*.i..\ly ,,, twIf^ilin" or  motive poirn- uud to oountrooi, luy  dowo, ������ktihli������h, in 1 carry out e*b\ai,  wliofl, Hum, uouiunulutom, lawpi nud  worki,  ftTAKK NOTICK that William V. .Smith,  of Vancouver, ocou^atioti, inrpntiter, in-  toiidn to upply for porminilnu to purohaic  the folio* ii h .{eiRrihed laniUi���������Comuwiic*  lug tt * poit planUii at the nortli eait oor,  nor ol No, 1, tlionto north Bt) chiini, thouoo  ���������mt 80 chain*, thorn*-.".-* aouth 80 otiaiin,  lUiuif wnnt B0 afuftit, to point of ouuin,-  encomeut, doutAiniug 040 acrui, more or  Uu. WILLIAM F..SMITH,  Name of Appboint.  U*l*JJsiie9tb, 1010.  Special  Holiday  cBre%D  For Sale by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      ���������      FOR   SALE   BY      ���������      -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  X020 Westminsttr Av������.f      Vancouver, B. C.  NOTICE  Anj jxiirsoM or pereoiis, cutting,  rwinuving or taking any block*,  timber or wood, of any doicriptiocln  )wlouging to tlm Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off tlie land  of tho said Company, will \m proa?  ecuted to Ui������ full extent of the law.  W. I,. COULSON;  ,  'Guiiei'tl Manager,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  *    *       ��������� ���������'*���������  kotk;e.  Riding,oa lucomotives and. rail  fi-ay car������, oi  the   Union   riolliery  Company, hy any  person   <>r   per-  ,511ns���������except tain crew���������fa strictly  prohibited,    Kmployees  ."'re, sub-  i.c ti*dihmi;������siil for allowing  suni-  Hy order  W. L.  COULSOK,  General M-a-ua-^er.  CH TARBELL  e-**aHB������HnaMSHHSNH^BSsaMaBanMHMSSMnHHiasvB  HIGH GRADE STOVES1  Ahd aU KITCHEN i IUTENS1LS  A cup of BOVRIL is a fine  tonic in any Mason, but it is  valuable in mam' other ways.  A little added to Hashes  and Stews greatly impiuves  their food value. Try it when  wanning Canned Meats.  BOVRIL  .. RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice Unit Gardiner Alexander Brady Spencer of Alameda  Cal., ocenporion plumber, intends  to" apply for rermis^ion to purchase  the following described land* :���������  Commencing at a post planted  about 30 chains weet of the nouth  east corner of Section 24, Township  21, thence west SO chains, thence  ���������south.. 80 chains, thence east 80  chains, thence north to touth sooie  of Wolf Lake, thenceweMerlyaionj?  south shore to wesr end of lake,  thence east aloop north shore about  40 nhains, thence north to place of  commencement, .containing 400  acres moro or lefcs.  Scribed"on.post, G A,B.S.'a N.E.  corner.  Gardner A LEXA^DEB Brady  Spencer..',;.  Dnn Clark. Apent  Dated December 14th, 1910.  RUPliRT LAND DISTRICT  J)is*iiut of Rupert.  | TAKE noto (hut Vmlura Mao I.ecsin  of Vancouver, B. C, occa-JDt'ou IWiiiow,  iitonds to apply far ixir'nis.-iDD to pur-  ehnse tlie follown g d-ociib-d ln^d.-*-. Oi*m  mtiioiDH nt at a p .it planted al>out one  mile nortli and 4Q cnuiiis eant of tlie S. E.  corner of Seetioa -1, To\ru������liip 8, theuo*-*  nordi U0 cliiiiua, tbonce t,-ist 80 cli.di s,  thouee Houtli 8-.I chnin-, tbence west 80  chains to plnne ot uouimenceineut, eoiit.iin  iiil? 010 acres, ui������r������! i>r Itss.  I    Scribed <>n po-t EML'������ S.W. corner.  Exdora Mai: Lkksok,  I D*n CUik, Agout.  Datdd Decomber llth, I9i0.  RUPKKT LAND DI-TUICT  DiHtriof of Rrpert  TAKE' yOl'IUE    thut   Adolnide   Enter  C������rk    Hr-wu,    of   RrooUiold,   N.   Y���������  ninrrii-d womau. iutends to apply fer per-  misiiou to puic-hmie the followaii}; domrib-  edlindi.:���������Ctmmencng at a poat pLuUil  at goutliwest cori-ei* of Section   ID, Town-  *hi)i 9. thcuro north   SO  clsniiis,,   thence  oast SO chain?,   tbcico   nouth   80  oliaitiu,  tbciici wtjHt SO chaius to plauo of cotntnen-  nient conUiuing 010 ncrea more or lees.  Scribed ou post A.K.C.BVS.W. cor  ADELAtUR KSTKH t'l.AUK BltOW.V.  ���������Dn'otl Decembor 19th. HIIO.  ll  READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY  For making SOAP, ���������oftenlns w������l*r, re.  mevinc old uajtit, diiiafeclinv link*,  clotoli and draiM and for manjr other  purpeKM. A can rqutlt 30 lbs. Sal Soda.  Sold Evtrruihtrt,  E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.  Toronto, Ont.  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  am*jam*m**tihtiih  !   FAIRFIELD 1  KUPEiiT UNI) DIBTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice, that John Henry  Kerrinsh Richardson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation S.eambbat  Steward,, in tend-a.to apply for per-  rnisBion to-purchiipe the following  depcribed lands:���������Commencing at  a post planted about 40 chains  north oi the southwest comer of  Section 3, Township 21, thence west  80 chains, thenco south 80 chnini1,  thence oast 80 chain's, theuce norfh  80 chains to place of commence  -nient-coiitaiiiiiig-640-acrcH-more-or-  lr>8S.  J. H. K. R's N E corner.  John ,Hknky  Kkkhinsh  RrciiARP-  80.\.  Dan Clark, Auent.  Dnled Decomber 10th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that*,.Richmond.  Charles liiss of.. Vancouver, B. C,  Broker inteiids-io apply f<������r per  minion to ).ureliiiFe tlie following  described land?:��������� Commencing at  a post planted at; } post bctwceii  'Secti'.'h 18k, Township'9, and Sect-  ion 13,.Township 20, vhvnce west 40  chains, thence Fouth 40 chains,  tlu nets west 40 chain.*, thence souih  80 chains; thence east 40 "chains,  thence north 4.0'chains, ihence east  40 chains, thence north 80 chains to  pmceof cotiiuieac'Cu.ciit, Cuntaiuing  640 acres"ftiore.or"less: .  Scribed on post RCB'.-i N E cor.  Rtcumond Cuahlbs Biss.  Dnn Clark, agent.  Dated December 19th, 1910.  STORE =*  J, JACK,   Pkop. *  %  The Courtenay Hotel  Every conveniens for guests.  The Centitil Hotel for Bportemon  None but the Best of Winci and Liquors  .it die Har.  RATES REASONABLE  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Gaudies,  Fruits and Tobacco  V aucouver Ice Cream,  RUPERT LAND   DISTRICT   *  District of  Ruqcrt  TAKE noiice that Delia Brooks,  of Vancouver. B. C, Married  woman, intend*** to apply for permission to purchase tbe following  described lands:���������Commencing at  post planted at the northwest cor  ner of Section 30, Township 9.  thence oast 80 chains, thence south  80-cluiins,,tbe.nce,_w_eet_AQ_.chains,,  thence north 80 chains to place of  connuencepient containing 640  acres nioro or less.  Scribed on. Poat D. B'j N. \V  cor.  Dki.la Bhqoks**-,  Dan Clark, Agent.  Dated December 17th,  1910.  4i Duncmuir Ave.  Cumberland  .  John Johnston,    Prop  ������    ii"       ' mmmmmmmmmmmtmmm  ���������NOTI0K TO THE PUBLIC,  Having built a largo wiiri>lioiiH0 aud mill  at Courtenay, 1 will io fu'uro keep ou  luml a htook of h 11 kinds ot Hay, Grain,  mid Feed at lowoHt market rnto*. A  Hpuciiilty will be made uf roller ortiHlieil  fond f������r horani whibh ������III make a mliiff  of nnu third in tho co.t ot ffoil. Ontari  ������iven the toniiiHttr nr liy phono will bo  promptly lllk'il, Thaokliiff ynu for your  putr. iiimv i������ the pant ami nolloitlntf a o">i  tlnuwiiL'o of lliu namo on himiltr huui, 1  bog to remain  Ynuratoooinntnud,  IIVRON CUAWPORD.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  o  1)  1*  i>  o  <���������  o  *>  o  o  11  Dealer in.  ALL KINDS OF  Fruit������ Candy Cigars  : Cigarettes & Tobacco.1  Bonora .Block,  CUMIJI5RLAND, 13.0.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Go to  UNION S, S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Weok-end service  between Vauoouver,  I'h'i'i Civile butit tivin poirw  ttoamer "COWIOUAK"  .Snilin<{ u������ undor-*-  Leaves Vanoouvor, Haturday 8pm  AiiiitM Nauhituu,  H*n*������uivl������j   12 . iu  Arrive* Union, Mumlay Onm  Arrlvea Comox, Sunday Sam  Ueturnlnj**:���������  leaves Comox, Sunday 4pm  Leaven U-������'.o.������ Hunday B pm  Arrive* Nttiuitno, Sunday 11 p m  Airi-iea VuiMiouvitr Mumky 7am  RtKSt have* Union for Cuudierlin I *r-  ary Sunday moraine on arrival of "'COW.  10UAK;" and l������av������w Oumbefl������n.l Hotel  itt I pm, connwting with luaoi ei  Obion.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR KIKflT-������LA8H  CANDY, FRU1TK,  OKJA-RB* it TOUACC0H  KUPEKT LAND DISTKICT  Dutrict of llupeit  TAKE NOHCE that James.RracUlinw,.  ot Emiiuria, Florida, carpeiitt-i-, iim in,a  to apply.for punnisnioD topnrohiiHo tii"  following described lam's:���������Couiiiune-mf  at a poat pluni'Ml 2 inilos want of tlio M.K.  oi������rn<*r or Sootti.n 24, townahip 20, tlmnce  iiurtta.40 uhiua, th'-noo w������8ii.80 chai* b,  tlunou Bout.h 40 (jIuuiih, tlu-iioe n.i-l 80  ohauiR tn plnce of iiiimmeiiucmout, con-  uiniig 820   nori>s more or loan.  Scribod ou po������t J B'a >s.l������. ooi"ajr,  Jamkh Huadhiuw, '  I'uh UUrlt, agont.  Datod Ducfimbflr 19th, IU10.  KUPBUT LAl^D OldTUICT  DiHtriot of Iluport.  TAKK NOTIU1S tlut OhailoH Jiulmin  Minor, of Guiichoo, N.Y., it'tired fiinn-  oi'i intends to npply for pertiri?nkm to  piliu ,-. otht< follmvintf duM-i'iboii laiul������:  Cjiu . oi.cintr nt ix pont plautuii 'i mi an  woat or the !*$ W corner of Seotion 24, Town  Hliip 20, thenco imrt-i 80 olni b, thmico  mm HO uhuini, thonco houcIi&O oluiitiB,  thenco xvo.t 80 utiains, t.i place of o ninn-  e.t'ommt, ontiiiiiinu U4(l aunn, moro or  luia. Un ahi.i;d Judhon. Minkh  Skir.bfld on poHt GJ.U'h 8VV o.-rner  Dm Clardi Auotit.  Diilcd D o mbor llHi, lb\\i  UUPHRTLANDDtSTUTOT  DiHtriot of l(ii|). rt,  TAKE NUTICK Una tli-orgo Olrtim L������.  rooquo Milhf, of \ iinoiiui'fr. H.O., nicili-  iiiiiukloii.iiiHur,Into*.(luluii|i|ily fur pr.nniH  nion io puicliiiHii thu followi .^ituioriljud  llliuUl���������Uoiiillliil cl it! nt ll p mt plmili-tl one  mil* onm of tlio * orth - rut corner ot Siut-  ion IB, Townhhlp l>, thonco <*iht 80 ulmlio-,  ihouuo nor h 40 cIi.Iiih, llio co xx*>l So  ohuiiiH, thniwio mmili 40 ihiiiHtu plnco  of uommciioouHiit, coi.tiuiiiii; 1120 ui'io*.,  mo o or h'M .  HoiilJOil on iiimt COLM'a HW cnvhir.  Okouiik UiiiTim I- a it ici.h;k ,Mh,i.kk,  Dim l/lark, AjjOnt,  Dnli'fl l)HiiMiili������r20ih, 1010  UUPEKT LAND DlSTlllGi'  DiBfcriofc of Rupert*  TAKE NOTICK  thot > Kdward D>ke,  of BiaKbnmton. NY. to. cluiian.iiKe.idB to  npply tor peruiiBBRm to jjuiclmfo tho fol-  lowiiif; dusoribed lands:���������UummeiioiuuK. ut  a ]y at pUnitd 2  miles    xvht   of    llio  eouth ourt'corner of Station 24, TownBhip  20, ilmnou we.t 80 cliainn,  tlunco   nouth  80 chain*,  theueo o ist 80  ohwue, thtiioo  uorth 80 chi-.ns topl-toe ofoonnneuseuitiut,  uonuininy 0*10 uuioh, more or Lhi.  ���������*' Surihed on pout ED'h N.K, cornor,  KliWAK!) Uykk,  Dim Clark, Agont  Datod Do cinlior 19th, 1010.  RUPKltr LAND MS1RICI  D'tHtilotof Rupert.  TAKE NOT ID K tint Thomas Frederick  Tnaker, (if Vimcouver, K.C, ielo������raph  opiiritur,intfiidfi to upply for po. ihin-  hiou to (iiu'cImho tlio following dcHurihod  lands:-O'imiaoti'oing at a pout ])|i<utud ut  the uorth wo teormirof 8-o*ioo 18,1'otvn  Hhiptl. Ihonco Houth 80 chaiuH, thfloie  ciiHt 8(1 ch uim, thoiicd nor'h 80 oliiiiiiH,  tuoico \vo������t 80 otiiiliiH to p.nfoif coi-  mo'.ui'inont, uontuiuiog (HO u**icb, moro  or Ihbh.  Horihml on, p i"t TI'T'r N,W  cruci'.  THOMAH Fltl'.m'.ltK'K  I'AHKI'.tt,  J>.*ii Chirk, Ai;oiit.  D������teil D.'combir IHtli, HMO  NOTICK ia horchy (|lv������n tlut on thn flrnt  ftij nf Diottnhrr next application will lio  made to the ftiiparintandent nf Provincial  Police. Vioioria, for the r#n<iwal of tha ho.  Ij! J*.*:������.'."n t" *���������}) h^air.* f;y v t'l til In t.l*e  hotel known a������ tha Port Au������uita hotel, ait  uateil at Comox, B.C. J, ll IIolmk-i.  Dnted Octolwr 11, MHO.  NOTIOK ith*������roI)y given that on tho flrnt  day of Di cornier n-cx.t application will Im  mad* to tlif Kiipnrintfiulsut of I'ruvii i*i������!  Poliea, VlotniU, frrth* renowal of the lintel lie#in������ to telt 1it|uora by lutail lu the  liotal known at tlie Lome hoU), ������ituuUH it  Cemox, H,*" i.oiikki'B M Ui.ir������R.  Dattd Ocub*i II, I UIU.  IIUPKRT UNlJ DISTIirCT.  Dintiict oi llujiort,  TAKR notW thiit Hurry I'-nton  Archibald ol Vu!H'uu^i*r, I' C , en*  nil.cor, intundH to a|,|ily tor timiiiih  Nion to iiuri;h)i8o Ihu following do  norilmd landBt���������Coiiiuifiiioiiig at   a  JlOttv   ^MllllU*,*.!   *������   ClIlU.IO   h.'itusif   if    ^^  F^ojoii'h couthwoHt oornor, thonce  north AO chains, thon-io woH '10  oha'no, thonco eoiuh -10 chnim.  thonco ohK 40 chninH to plate of  cuininwii oniPiii, e.oir.iiiuing IV.Q  acre������, mor or Io-jh  Bcrihfdon \)>,t H.I'.A.'hS.K tor  HAItHY I'.VTIK.N AltrillilAM),  Did Cltuk, it^'Ot.  Datrul Diui   UikrJl'i.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Too ffl-wli Utorlno Tonlf, and  jipidy  who  cilWit.iiiil Monthly  iSUoiruhi voron Mhl������ji won ion tfi.������  do|MMi<l.  fold In tlireo drjjrooa  of bironprth-'No. \, t������l t No. 'A  10 di'jri-w*,-n titronirot. 1.1; ao. U,  fnr n|n;cli\l (iiitdn, 84 por ikwc  Bold by all driiiTA-fiitt, or mo .6  jwcjKila ' on. wt'clnt of** prloa  /      ^h.     we iKiinnlilat, Addnmii TH)  ���������>flfl������HttieHllC!0,,T'OllilHT0,O������(T. Uurwrltj W'(r^fJ  r^.**|������t"5"l-*'|"i,'l"t*������J,'I"-J'"l"l"l'"t''t������i-"'l**M"I^  T3  0  0  I  ������  ui  <*  RUPERT LAixD Dlcfh.. 1  1 as .not of R'.:i:*.->ri  TAKK notiiethatiif tram Jim...-:  T*tski������r oi V������!)cvuv������rt li. 0.  or.".  pation Exprt-*-*.* Man-..i*cr iiiT*e:v.!t),';  to apply lot* pe������m i^inii to ������������������ >uu*...������!-*-  ihe   ttdhiwitm   Ue.o;:i!'t*o   l-.iiid-:���������  ComnioiiCh-i   at   a   pi.Ht   j.lamed  about 110 ch'.na wea  nfihti  p-ir.h  naftt como y>f Sec:tion  '24, Townahip 21,   iho co   wtwi   bU   chains,  thence tou'h fcO chains, {l.ero*" east.  80 ohaint--, li|biico i.uitii  80 chains  io place   ������ f  C'ltiinienccuit'iu,  con*'  tainiug 640 aor-as moro or lo-**'.  Scribed .n ro*t NiJ V������ N.E cor.  Bktrtuam Ja'mics Tai-kkk,  Datod Decemhor l-ilh, 1910.  IIUPKRT LAND DISTHICT  Dintrtct of Rupert  TAKE notice that Mai-Ruarit*  Leitch of Vancouver, B.C., occu*  pation BaUalady, intendB to spply-  for ponuiei'ion io purchfta������ the following described land*: -  Comiaonciop at a poBt planteil.  at lhe n������vth ea*t corner of Seciion  34, .Townahip 20, thence west 80  chaine, thence eouth 80 chainr-,  thenoe oaei 80 chain*, ihence north  SO chain*? to place of commencement, containing 640, acres, moro  or less.  Scrihed on posf, M.L.'b N. E. or.  Maiiguerite LKlTCn������  Dan. Ciuik, Agcrl.  Dated Decemher 16th, 1910.  "������*'��������� ���������������������������������.������������������  ������i������������M������n������������ m* mm n . m  m  ���������''RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  ' TAKE notice that Edoa Fisher  Spencer of Alameda, Cal., married  woman, intehda to apply for permission to purchapo the -fellowing  described'If. r.d?:���������  Commencing at a po*t planted  nt the sooth wp*������i, corner of Seciion  2 Township 21, thence eaat 80  chains, tluenco north 80 chnin**-,  thence west. 80 chains, thence pnulh  80 chains lo place of commencement, containing <>40 aores more or  less.  Scrihed on p*n E.F.F.V S W.cori  ^DNA  FlSHKR  SrKNCEP.  Dan Clark. Agent.  Dnted December 16th. 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  'District of Ruport.  _TAKE.noticKJbii^liStidee.A������hKy^.  of Vancouver, B.C , married woman  intends to apply ifir permi^ion  to.  purchase the   following described  lands:���������        ,  . Commencing nt a post planted*  at the.south east corner of Section  3, Township 21, ihence noeth SO  chains, thence west 80 chaina,  thenoce eouth 80 oliains, thence  east 80 chaine to place of commencement, con'*ining 640 acroa.  more or less ���������  Scribed on poet, II.A.'b S.E. c*r,  Haiiikk Aphby  D������i. Clnrk, Agont.  D.ited December 10th, 3010;  RUPERT tAKD DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTION thnt Lillian Sboppnrd,  of V*iineouvur, B.C., married wo-r.ao fn.  toniln to ui-iply for pormisHioo to pur:l*.n������n  the tollowiupt iVnoribod lanrfu:���������C mmen  O'dk at a \inii plnntud at tho sou tli ort  e. nor of M������o'ion 24, Townnhip 91, theuou.,  north fi() chniiiH, tlionon went 80 chaina,'  thence sou1 h 80 chainH, thenco eiita 80  oluiim to I'lieo of coiiirnnoDceiiiunt, cou-  tai' 'iu* iMO n.-rei, mor*) or leei.  He-ibulon p.ai LS'a S.K. oomrr**  LlU.lAN SlIKPl'AKD.  Dan Chrk, Agoutr.-  PaUd Doceraher 13tb, 1910.  RUPKRT LAND DISTHICT  District of Rupai't,  TAKK NOTIOK thtw William Wndman .  aiiflpp'anl, i.t Vancouver, It, C, <Mb-  in������t. nmhor, intondn ti imply f.<r tiermin-  Hion t*i puro'iitno thn fo'inwinff drtneril>od  l.tiidm-Corau oiicidR nt u pnot plnnted nn������  milo weat i.f tlm aouthcam comer of JW-  lion 21, Town'!,i*> lit. Ihrnoo north 80  oh inn, thenw ver. 80 ch,.'ni������, thoueo  hoiii1i80 ohni'-i*-, llionni- nii������L 80 chainr. to  placo of coniin'i'i.'Oinoui, oonUirnog fi*lC  uor'i-., moro or on,  .Soiihod o i \i������.\ W W H'n BE, oornor  Wrixuu Wi������i������s 8iii,i*r*.uir/.  l>uu niarli,  ,(7*it  Uatrd Pocemlier Ulth,  idpi.  I  J  C  "J  \*  'j.  T3  O  o  I  cu  r*  GO'  CD     ,   s  c  r*  In  , mm  J,  IS)  0  U  CO  4-1  r*  m  o  on  f**4  V-i  CU  u  '.J  RUPKUTI^NfiDiRrRIirr  Dii.tri.l-of Rttport.  TAKK NOTIOK tint, Willium Ko������d-  rich Taibi'i-. of Vnnenov'-rlt.O.l-niinii'" "nr  er- iiKent, into, dn t<i npply i'o.* nu'rri'! t'"i:  to piir<.-!ium* 'In f,,|l ���������w| i{ d<ifl.ii)e.l !:,!..*! ���������  Cinnii'inoli'i! ut  a   pint n.*vite t *l">tiH  u.ilo ��������� imt of tli" norihwiHt oonvr of fv-  ti 'ti in, Towim* lp U, tlx-noai aat Wcl> nm,  t I) ioi    MOtltl, SO   .)lBii( ,   tlli'l (V.'   WOrt   .t  I'lmin*. Ittu o>< nur li 80 u|i .i *������ tn pl.cf. of  I'l.nimPi.i'mum, noi taininif niO uor-v  inoi it or 'oa������. i  .S;ii i-I oi, |,ii������l WKT'a X.W.  cottttsty  W ii.i.uM KuxnuicK Taixkh,  D.'"������ l������l������rk, Av������i",  l������nr.���������f I) no ������>Imt Irt h, 1������10.  uupkut LAN'r������nwruibi'  Dmtricu f Huiort.  TAKK NOTfCB thnt lulmlh Won^*>  I on m. i.f Vaaoonvor, It. C, trlca  el ���������!<, iii'fii.Uto apply f,ir p rmuMon to  ,urc|i"H' no fnliow nir ** ������i(rib*d'r. d : ���������  t'.oi niviiciiu at a p'iMl )������UnU''U. ti������* ��������� ��������� ��������� n  ������������������ca* i-r.iiiir nf *nt n U. Tow Kl.ip 'lb  iff ce hoi ',' Mi o n\na the t o M h*  11. iin tli '.o* nm In rt;j (ilinjim, tli*in<o  wi-hi  !*iO * li i a, 'ii j.latit.   of   uniuii.. y-  MH   I. IMI t'.l'lil'J' fi'O   litl'H \Um,C t)   U'l*.  tb rib tl (lit ptt������t 'M'r M   ,', tr.r.ir.  I-MAJIII'.U MoMi.iOlli,  Dwr i |nrii,   .gc< f.  ii i..,ii������.inMi.ii r una  to!'".  4ftW^f-l-V!-l l'Mil-|*H!-lt THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  MORE  PINKHAM  CURES  DEW'S CAREER.  Added to the Long List due  to This Famous Remedy.  Glanford Station. Ont.���������"Tha ve taken  Lydia K. Pinkham's  .Vegetable' Coin-  pound for years  and never found  any medicine tr  compare with it. }  had ulcers and fall  ing- of the titeriu,  and doctors did me  no good. I suffered  dreadfully until I  began taking your  medicine. It has  also helped other  women to whom I  have recommended it."���������Mrs. Hknky  Clark, Glanford Station, Ontario.  Gardiner, Me.���������*' I was a great suf.  ferer from a female disease The doc  tor said I would have to go to the  hospital for an operation, but Lydia Ii.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound com.  pletely cured me in three months."���������  Mrs. S. A. Williams, R.F.D. No. 14,  Box 30, Gardiner, Maine.  Because your case is a.difllcult one,  doctors having done you no good, do  not continue to suffer without giving  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-  pound a atrial. It surely has cured  many cases of female ills, such as inflammation, ulceration, displacements,  fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic  pains, backache, that bearing-down  reeling, indigestion, dizziness, and nervous prostration. It costs but a trifle  to try it, and the result is worth millions to many suffering women.  If yon want special advice write  forittoMrs.Pinkham,Lynn,Mass.  It is free and always helpful.  TANNING AND FUR  DRESSING RECIPES  By An Old  Hand.  How to tan or dress all light fur  skins, such a.s mink, muskrat, weasel,  fox, fisher, lynx cat, &c; how to tan  dog skins, sheep skins, wolf skins,  badger, &c., for mats, rugs, robes,  gauntlets, &c; how to dye sheep skin  mats any desired shade; how to remove the gyase from furs or fur skins  without wetting tlie skin, making the.  fur as clean and lively as new; bow to  clean white fur, such as thibet, angora, white rabbft7"&c., mal-fing~ti*������em'  as white and fresh as new. how to I  tt'an cow and horse hides for coats, ���������  robes, &c.; how to make easily and  quiefdy a good tough leather for repairing harness and general use on  the farm; how to care for hides and  skins that are to bo sold, and how to  sell them to get the most money for  them.. '   ��������� *  Any of' the .above recipes will be  sent to any address on receipt of 50  cents, 'or the booklet complete for  $2.00. Address:  AN  OLD  HAND,  Box 363, Winnipeg,  Man.  Crlppen's Captor Retiree After Tweiv  ty-Flve Yeara on the Force.  A Loudon despatch says: As W  already boen made public, Chief Inspector Dew, the ma^ who raced  across the ocean to. capture Crippeu,  ilie principal detective hgure m Unimportant criminal cases in the la**.'  tweuty-tive years, is to retire irou*  Scotland Yard on Dec. 5.  "1 have had nearly twenty-nh������.  years ol it, and that's enough for ������  young ���������niun," he said. "But I feel  tar too young to give up work aitc-  gother, and after my retirement 1  ehall start as a private enquiry'ugent.  1 am not resigning in consequence ol  any attacks* Unit were made, on me in  certain quarters "at the '.beginning ol  tae Crippuu case."  Cinei' inspector Dew is only forty*  seven years old. He was barely tiine-  U-en whim lie joined the Metropolitan  Polico Force, where ho won early pro  motion.  lie was one of tho detectives in  VL'atigating tlie'series of Jack the Ripper crimes, and it wai for his energy  in this work that* he was given tin.*  rank of detective sergeant. He rose  rapidly, and became inspector at Bow  street, which-led to his gaining tin*  posl ol chief inspector lour years aye  in succession to Mr. Froe-t.  His career hits been one long, adventurous criminal hunt, and it is  tiote worthy ���������that though he had to  deal with many dangerous men In*  never carried a revolver until the hunt  alter Crippeii, and has only Used  Handcuffs about three times.  Among the people he arrested re-  ceatiy arc:���������  Miss Hobinson and Miss 'Hamilton*  witnesses in Uie Druce case.  "Harry the Valet," the expert jewel  thiol, who stole $100,000 worth of jewels from the Duchess of Sutherland. ���������  Conrad Harms, the,,bank swindler.  Dr. Crippen.   .  These* are only the more striking  cases, but there have,been hundred.-  of minor arrests, and .'latterly, Mr  Dew, entrusted with some special inquiries for the War Oilice,'with regard to stolen cartridges, ran the  tnief to earth.  All    the    important    investigatiou.-  ��������� came, his way; he frequently had to  leave for the continent at a moment'.-  notice  to  secure  the  arrest of some  international swindler.  He has often said that, while it is  imagined that* detection of crime is  now made easier by the use of telegrams and improved locomotion, th^  truth is that the work is far more dii  [icult to-day.  Criminals are better educated than  they used to be, the means'of escape  are much easier, and there are no  many ways by which a wanted niai.  may coyer up his tracks.  Formerly,, it was only necessary to  scour a country for a criminal���������to-da*-*  the detective must search the world  The Whole Truth  In a New Brunswick village a town  character who preferred emphasis to.  the verities was a witness in a petty  trial involving ' an auger. He positively identified it as the property of  j the parties to the suit.  '"But," asked  the attorney  for the  other side,  "do  you swear that you  know this auger?"  "Yes, sir."  "How  long have you  known  it?"  he continued.  I  have  known  that  auger,"  said  HE KNEW WHAT  ���������;..;Tjttp;HIII:f  DODD'S    KIDNEY    PILLS   CURED  S. D. VICAR'S LUMAGO  He Suffered three years, but the great  Canadian Kidney Remedy made  short work of his trouble.  Edenbridge,    Sask.    (Special).���������"It{tlie"witness impressively, "cv'e'r since  was one box of Dodd's Kidney Pills \ it was a gimlet."���������Everybody's Maga-  that. fixed" me up."   This is ...the cheer- ------  ful answer., Mr. Sam.f D. Vickar.is  giving his inquiring neighbors in this  district. Everybody' around here  knows that  for  three  years he  has  zine.  been suffering from Lumbago. Now  he's strong and well again.  "My Lumbago developed from a  cold," Mr. Viekar goes on to say.  "My head would ache. I was always  tired and nervous. I bad a bitter  taste in my mouth in the morning,  was. troubled with dizzy spells, and  was always thirsty. The doctor told  me 1 had Lumbago, but did not help  me very* much. Dodd's Kidney Pills  cured me." '���������.'*  Dodd's Kidney Pills went straight  to the root "of, the trouble. They cured his kidneys. The cured kidneys  strained the uric acid out of the blood  and Mr. Vickar's Lumbago vanished.  Dodd's Kidney Pills are no cure-all.  They simply sure sick kidneys. They  never fail to do that.  Some men live long, but short men  men'are in the majority.  Many a man never does but always  is going to save money.  Worms cause fretfulness and rob  the infant of sleep, the great nour-  isher. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will clear the stomach and  intestines and restore healthfulness.  The longest way home is when1 a  man's wife has her relatives tliere  waiting for him.  Seeing isn't always b-dieving. It  Often denends upon what newspaper  you see it in.  UiWsGure  SHiokly stops couchv corea colds, heal*  i*  threat Bnd  lungs. -   -   -  26 oaata.  The young barrister gazed at the  little agricultural laborer in the box.  He was hardly worthy of his forensic  ability. "Have you been married?"  he asked. The witness stammered,  and snid he had been���������once. "And  who did you marry?" "A w-woman.  sir." The. barrister winked at his  confreres, and murmured .., something  about the "village idiot." He turned  again to the witness. "Come, come,  my man. Of course it was a woman.  Did you ever hear of anybody marrying a man?" "Yes, sir; p-p-please  mv sister did," was the reply of the  village idiot, and he was allowed to  'stand down.  Jt is always advisable to know  something about wnat jou are trying  to teach.        ��������� "  COLT   DISTEMPER  Can bo handled Yory^-������sUy.TtM)Mokarocur<'il,andaHothi.r������  inuumi stiiblo, notuuuer now "oximxsimI," kuut from huvlnii  tlio dlsoiiso, by uMntt SPOHN-S LIQUID UIHTfcMI'KU CUK10  Glvo on Uio taQKue ur tvi fowl.  Acta un tlio blood and M)m*U  feruiaotallfornisutdistemper.  Host rorawlj ovor kimwt  nr mn rosin foal, 60c and $1 a bottlo; ft) una ill down, m  I shows how to ixmUlce  ryUiing.  Lnrpivilsollim!  ........     .���������. _ .   xrs.   Distributors���������-ALL  whoi.ksai.Hi nuu'iuisrs,  6POHN MEDICAL CO.. Chemists und UactorloloKlsts, Goohen, Ind., U. 8. A.  ll druRKlots and hurnoss dealers. Ont uh  j i throats.  Our treo Booklet rIvos I'vi.rytl  I    horso romody in existence.���������15 years.  wnm.itMii.ii tiiii!fii3wi\4.  ���������iiIoIUt atapa eouchtt,  tM  tkroBlamd  Ins**.  oolda, IimIi  85 aaata.  Insistent Salesman���������Aud another  great * feature "of our typewriter is the  two-color ribbon. You can't be Up-  to-date nowadays without that long-  felt want.   ���������  .Business Man ��������� Great Caesar!  Young man, do I look as if I wanted  to.'-inject yellow journalism into my  correspondence. *.'' .���������������������������.,  B A letter received at Portland re-  'aounts how a marine of H,M.S. New  Zealand, while fishing over the side  it the vessel in AVhiddy bay, near  Bantry, hooked an enormous skate.  It was found to * scale 137 pounds "and  to measure. 6 feet from1 the nose to  the tail and 4 feet 6, inches across  the b'ick. It mouth was sufficiently  capacious to take a large-sized football.    *      *    -"*,.  Some meii will have their little joke  at any cost. Said Biidpun, meeting  his friend Jollyboy in the. street.  "Halloa, old fellow, you look pale.  What's  up?";:  "Had rather a nasty turn," was  tho response. "Just seen Weakly in  a fit."  "Indeed!" answered B. "Then all  I can sny is, he must have changed  his tailor."  A Gentle  One  Mrs." Stoplate���������"Do you remember  when we were children and I used, to,  come and play with you?"  Miss Tersleep���������"Yes���������and your  mamma never let you "stay more tluin  an hour. Those were tlie happy  days!"���������Cleveland Leader.  Dollars    shrink  troubles swell.  just    as   fast   as  The way to prove you love a girl  is to let her convince you you do.  No surgical operation is necessary  in removing corns if Holloway's Corn  Cure is used.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  The man who gets mad wi'h his  wife ab*)ut*a3 thing wouldn't if it was  some other woman.  excursions;  to  EASTERN CANADA  Daily during  December,      3 mon tlit  limit.   Stop over privileges,  via  ST; PAUL OR  DULUTH, CHICAGO  and  The Double TracK  Route  'Hedneed Karen for  Steamship  Passengers.  November   llth   to   December    31 st  Five  months limit.    Write    for    full  particulars mid descriptive pamphlet  A, E. DUFF,  General Agent, Passenger Dept,  Represent ut ivv> for nil Hti'iiniMhip Liiiet-  nntl Cook's Toui'H,  200 Portngo Ave, Winnipeg  Morocco tisvH about two UirniMind  bai'ii'ls of American eott ���������n-wied iil  yearly,  Mlnard's   Llnlmont  Curo*   Gnrunt  In  Cows.  Did you ever get ho mud that you  couldn't. see  straight:*'  Lawyer*-, liio* children, iihU ii lot of  oinlmi'i'ii'sing questions,  .,- pOD'p.  JVlUNbi  //1 a *   "* *r *��������� ^  ?I^OCTt,5.  W. N. U., No, 825.  Ireland England's Pantry,  A recent report of. the Department  of Agriculture and Technical lust-rue-  tion of Ireland make a significant  showing of the increasing materiaJ importance of that country to the Brit  isii Empire.  It appears that Ireland rapidly is  becoming the granary of the Uniteu  Kingdom. During 1909 Ireland snipped more cattle������������������* into the mainland  than all other countries combined.  Irish farmers: sold their custo.ner-  across the United Kingdom $17,041,602  worth of butter and $13,933,846 worth  of eggs. Poultry to the value of $4,-  171,933 and bacon and hams to the  aggregate of $16,870,730 went to swell  the trade account.  When England discovers thnt her  people must depend on Ireland tor  tho bread tliey eat, the grievances oi  the island will acquire more than political importance.  A Pioneer Huntsman. ,  Mr. Hesketh Prichard, the novelist, whose articles on exploration in  Labrador, published in Fry's Magazine, are arousing so much interest,  has from earliest manhood been a great  wanderer. He haa been a pioneer  huntsman in many remote corners ot  the world, notably Patagonia, whose  unexplored wilds he traversed at the  beginning of his career. He has aUo  distinguished himself as a cricketer,  and bowled so woll for Hampshire  that hu played for tho Gentlemen  against the Players at Lord's in IU04,  when lie captured eight wickou and  mado a big stand with V. S. Jackson.  The Gentlemen bad nine wickets  down for 112, against a scoro of 327  by the Players. Haskoth Prichard  docs not profess to bo a batsman,  but by keeping a straight bat in front  of his pads ho liolped Jackson to put  ou 61).   A Bundle of Straws.  Tho administration of justice In tho  Soudan has ita humors, D. (J. Uoutyn  tolls lei Ins "Survico ami Sport In  iho Soudan" of a woman who came  beforo him complaining that hor bus-1  hand had married a young new wife.  "She appeared in oourt with a bundle of idiort straws, quito four Inchon  thick. Whon asked what she hnd to  say Hho dramatically pulled out ono  straw, Hung it ou tho ground, and  said, 'lie gives me no scent'; another  straw, 'Ilo gives me no soap,1 and ho  on till about a third woro on tho  ground. 'Woll, go on,' snid I. She  looked at nm for a minute and then  Hiild, "l'lmso other straws aro com-  plnlnth which I won't tell u young  man liko you'."  Thackorny and Dlcksns,  Thnekeray was much taller than  Dickons, Hi** f������rm������ i������<l*-"nd. approached tho gigantic in ita proportions. Ho  looked far older, although tho two  men were much about tho sumo ago.  Hi* iuimotiHO head, his broad forehead nnd hia preumturoly whito liiur  gnvo him an iippoaranco of nuthority  and oven of severity, which one might  havo thought would prove intimidating to a strntigor. Yet I at leant never felt it no. He Bcemed to mc to  bo loHb self assertive, less connciriuu  of hiii fiip'-rifitity, thnn Dirkim* nj*-  poared to bo.���������Justin McCarthy's nv  tninisconcca.  A laugh to be joyoui must flow from  n.]oyotu> heart, for without IcitidnuM  'thero can bu m/Uue Joy.���������Corlyla.  BANK OF  MONTREAL  Report of Annual Meeting  It' is estimated that over one thousand aeroplanes are being built iri  England at the present moment.  Expect, little from those who promise,'a great deal.  An Always Ready Pill.���������To those  of regular habit medicine is of little  concern,   Jbt.it the great majority  of  "meif "a re"iiof "of Tegular ""lTabitT"Th"e  worry" and cares of business prevent  it, and out of the irregularity* of  life comes" dyspepsia,.���������'.,;indigestion,  livey and kidney troubles as a pro-  testjif The run-down* system... demands  a,corrective* and there is none better  than Parmelee's Vegetable Pills.  They nre'simple in their composition  and cun be taken by. the most deli-  cu'tely constituted.   .,'-..���������   .        ���������  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  stop the meanest, nastiest, most persistent headaches In half an  hour or less.     We guarantee that they contain  no opium,  ���������"������.     morphine or other poisonous drugs. 25c. abox at your druggists',  or by mail from 29  National Drug and Gwmical Co. of Canada, Limited,      ���������     ���������     ���������     ���������      M&atraaL  MONI  Machine Will  The 93rd annual general meeting  of the shareholders of tho Bank of  Montreal was held on December 5th,  with Mr.* Jl. B, Angus, the president,  in the chair. The annual statement  submitted wns one of the best in tiie  history of this financial institution.  The Bnnk of Montreal which is so  ultimately bound up with the financial history of thi3 country has become the strongest of our financial  institutions. At the present her total  assets have reached the enormous  sum of ^40*000,000. With her 147  branches 'scattered throughout tho  country the bunk is able* to keep in  close touch with the business interests  of every community, and' is doing her  full share in promoting the financial  and industrial development of tbe  country.  The annunl report showed a balance of profit and loss on Oct, 31,  100!), of .$(10:1,700.' Tlio profits for tho  year ended Oct. .'11, 1010, after deducting charges of management nnd  making full provision for nil bad  nnd doubtful debts, wan $1,707,002,  milking the, total profits ,$2,401,780.  From thin was deducted four quarterly dividends nt 2 1-2 per cent.,  amounting altogether to $ 1,4*10,000,  Icnving a bi'.lnnce of profit nnd loss  curried forward at'the and of October, 1010, of $001,780,  A further examination of the report shows Unit thn bunk hns deposits  bearing I nt crest nf over $154,000,000,  while considerably ovor $43,000,000 is  on deposit, not bearing iiiterest. During the yonr the depoHits had in-  ornimeil by $18,000,000, an indication  of thn bunk's growth. The note circulation nf tlm bunk amounted to  $1-1,502.000,* bfhiR slightly Inrger thnn  the paid-up capital, The bunk bus it  rout or reserved account of the largo  siitn of $l'.},000,f)00. The amount of  call and Hhort loans in f I rout Britain  and the United RtntoH wiih reduced by  $14,000,000 (luring the yonr and now  amounts to $01,018,000, This amount  of money in kept on call in Now York  and London' at a low rnto of interest  iih the bnnk find a It loss disturbing to  Canadian business InterostH to have it,  nn dopo'dt tn foreicn witrnn, If It  worn on deposit in Canada and wore  demanded nt it few bourn' nolie.: it  might seriously ombaruHs local institutions.  Thn loanH and odvnnon mndo by  the bunk during thn yonr hIiow an  ineronwe nf $-21,000,000, indicating thnt.  the bnnk i������ doing il,s full share in iih-  sistinix in tbo development nf our  rapidly growing country, Altogether  tlio flniinebil stntomoiit \n ono of the  most, creditable ovor presented by  Cnnailn's premier flnniu-ial institution, The business tninsnctod hns  b'*i*ti Kiitb-fiiefory, the rb-pn-.-ltn, loans,  circulation, nn well as tho nssi'tfi,  have all InoroiiHed thrnnrrhnut. the  year. Today tho bank 'Ir in a bettor  poHition thn it ever to onlor tn tho  iii*t'd/*.-<>1 tho buHlncBrt pnmmunttio-4.  and hotter able lo assist In the financial development of tho country thnn I  over before. ft '  Hubby���������"Your milliner's bill last  year has cost me ns much as the salary of my two book-keepers. That is  more than I can afford." ���������  Wife���������"Well, disclmige one* of  tbem."  Minard's  Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Mnnnger (of Frostvillo Academy of  Music)���������Wo got the darndest cutup  of a trap-drummer here you ever see  ���������-nlwnys injectin* little touches uv  cornedy into a show,  Visiting Actor���������For instnnce?  Manager���������Well, last week a feller  played "Richard-tho Third"-horo. an*  when ho ron red "A horse! A horse!  My.kingdom for a horso!" whnt did  that, comical drummer do but blow  his autohorn real derisively!"  __ A_ Burroughs_A_d_ding and  Listing  ---,- Help Y6u :   It automatically adds and lists all sortu of figures, fractions, decimals, feet and inches, pounds  ,and ounces, etc. You simply register each number  on the' keyboard (much after the fashion of a typewriter) and then pull the handle while you pre6s a  lever���������and' it is printed! When all have been registered, press a key and pull tbe handle finally  and' the total is printed!   Simple, easy, economical.  A Burroughs relieves you of all routine figuring;  gives you tims to think out new selling plans; enables you to know that your accounts are right,  bo you can push the .money-making departments  of your  business to the limit.  A Burroughs enables you to get your day's work  done in the iay���������leaving your nights free and undisturbed fr"- rest.  Wo make 78 different styles of adding and HstinR  machines. Any one of these you may try and teHt  in your own way in your own office, at your own  convenience,    cnn at our expenne.  We nro not plvlanthronists. but we are anxious  that vou should know the advantages of Burroughs  Machines. The bnst wav to know ia to try one of  them, We'll stand all the expense of a reasonable  trial if you will accord jt to a Burroughs,  A noto addre������ued to us at Detroit will bring lull  details.  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The regular price of the book is 50c. g  We are distributing free, a limited number, how-'o,  ever, and charging up the cost to advertising, "|  That's why you get your copy free, if you sign jj  * the coupon and send it to-day.   Do it now.       &  Vou may Bond   mo   a copy of "Wh������t the  I'nrmer Con Do With Concrete."  Name  ,..*,.*.  ..............*..������.,,���������...,,,,  A (birra3  CANADA CEMENT CO., Limited  El-GO National Dauk CulMing  MONTREAL Tsf  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  !i'  ofktoodfyr  Your Kitchen*  7oots  THE girl  who lias felt entirely at  liome   In   her  mother's' kitchen,  where she  has  learned  to cook,  will have a sensation of stwingo-  ress or ot newness In her own kitchen  until one "has time to wash them." If  you want-ita'.'know how uncleanly this  habit ls, lift the tub covers in the  kitchen or jlauniilry where the average  'iomestic Is employed.   You' will lie glad  It 16  one thing to  make cakei  candy,?   t0 cl0i>e them again, for there Is pretty  Jellies,' custards and creams In a place     sure   to  be> a disagreeable odor about  \  V  X  L  I*  i  with which one ha*S been .acquainted  through years of childhood and girlhood  ���������when another housewife has purchased  the necessary utensils and planned all  the conveniences���������and fjulte another  thing to stand in an enrp't>*\ kitchen  which must .be furnished by one's self,  and for which one must ���������>tliink"out" all  the requisites. To the bride whose income Is large the task of furnishing the'  kitchen and the kitchen paht'ry is one  that requires much' thought. To the  bride whose income Is limited it seems  a seiioHs tusk, and one upon which she  should not "enter,unadvisedly or lightly/' Poor little woman! In hef new  life and now home tliere are many times  in which these words of the marriage  service come back to her with a force  that is almost  terrifying.   .  Before buying anything for the kitchen  decide on the furniture to be put*1 in this  impoi tantToonv^The Tfio'sTimportalitV by ���������  tho   way.   in   the   new liome.    If   your  purse will nllow, cover the floor with a  good quality  of  linoleum.    This  is  expensive,   but   is   well* worth   the   price  paid  for it,   ae  it  outwears  any  other  floor covering.   If you cannot have this,  do not got n cheap oilcloth.   This wears  In holes in nn alarmingly .short time and  looks ragged and untidy.   If linoleum it  quite   beyond   your   means, ..have   your  floor painted  a  light yellow.    Arrange  to have this done somo clays before you  move into your cottage or apartment, so  that ii may get very hard before tislng;  otherwise the sticky palnt;iwlll;;s6on*v*hib:y  off.' Fo*r4he sake of the'paint.VandVetllb'',"  moro   for the sake of your feet,  have  several, squares of carpet, or rugs. laid,,  on* the floor,   Ono of these must be in   ;  front of the table at which you stand to    ���������  do your mixing, another in front of the  sink.   Standing on a hard floor is very  tiring to the feot anil back.  ;    DO NOT FORGET THE CHAIR  You must; of "course, liave n deal tablo  in your kitchen, with a drawer that iH  wldo onough and - deep enough to hold  kitchen spoons, forke and knlvos,   Havs  ;;',;���������by -it a -strong wooden chair, Into which  '' you will drop, I (hope, \yhqnbotitliiR eggRi.,  .mixing cake, otc. Use this often'and you '<���������  'wiil save your strength.    A good rulo  '    laid down by a wise physician was, "Do  !   no work standing tliat'you can  perform-na well Mlttlng."' If more ���������women  followed this rule we would lienr lees of  i   backaches and surgical operations,  Short    iniiHllii    curtains   -may   hang  across tho lower half of ybur kitchen *  "wlmlPVVR.    Have   them   so   plain  .that  thoy,' can   lio   washed   often   without  troubio,  It Is woll to havo strips of wood, sup*.  '..   pilot! . with   screwhooks,   above   sink  ,   and table,' On-1? llio ono over .the sink  hnng    mops,    dlBhpnns,   "cloths    and  towcjls; on the hooks abovo tho tablo  Ko, mixing   spoons   of   various   sIkos,  stralncro, otc.   Havo no moro tlian.'twb  dlHlitowe|s  on  tho  thoy are tioodod foi*  rack  plnced  olsowli  must  bo   nnoiiKb   dlshtowuls  to  hoop  one  always  supplied   with   tlio  uhiin  nrtlele, ., /  Hljjht horo 1 wnnt to paiiso j Ioiik  onoijRh to beg tho younn: housewife -'���������  never to allow lior dlshtowelMto ac-  ciimuinto until thoro Is a" soiled am)  greatiy number to bu washed,' 'This Is  ��������� ho ciistoni of,, tho nverago housewife  whose own thn'new llnon Is not. House-  koopoi'H whb appreclhto the untidiness  of tlio hnblt have a different'method,  This consists of washing tho towels as  ." soon as thoy aro dolled-ovon ll' there  * be but throo that need It, It Is a good  plnn to have at th/> Hide of the kitchen'  ninao oach ninrhliw a Inruo pint of boll-  inn niHln (o which a llubi household  ailimonln has been added, Ah soon as  tlio breakfast, (IIhIich nro out'of tho  .way, w(iHft'V>i-jt'',U)o towels tbat havo  been used since yesterday mornlntr, and  boll In tho aforesaid pan, TUnse quickly  in clear, hot water nnd hang up to dry,  This prnotlco lakes not nv;ro than ton  mlnutns each day nnd keeps ono con-  Dlnntly utipplicd with clear*, swoot-  stnollliur linen. To press ' 6tt thoso  towels with a hot Iron tutor In tlio da'  In n simplo task.  The stationary tubs tleinnnri special  mention, Do not nllow thorn to do-  Bfencrato into u placo when* soiled  towels or other articles  uro hurried  them. Toi hide a .soiled, article ls not  to get rid of It. After each using, wash  the tubs, adding u little soda to the hot  water with which you do this. This  removes the deposit of grease from the  inside of the tub and also destroys  disagreeable smells.  There are- times when one must us������  the tops of the tubs as an extra .table,  as,* for Instance,  when one is doing* a  ful cooklns*-; others are simple aids to  the houses oeper."  Then comes a list which I will repeat  for the benefit of the brlde-housewlfc;  but ' wart to remind .her first that the  T mentioned-the receptacles for holding  the sugar, salt, flour and spices."  If this-list seems formidable, it is well  to remember-that all the things do not  have to be purchased at once, and many  ��������������� orignmior of this list, had in mind the ^   are not essentials., Get, at first, the bare  great deal of cooking, preserving or  pickling. At other times try to keep  them .free: from dishes, cooking utensils,  ���������/'etc.   ..''.,;..'      . ,.. '\i T--  Have the  kitchen crockery of  plain  'white stoneware that can, be easily replaced! Or, if you prefer ; decorated  china, choose a simple' blue-and-whlte  pattern. Heavy china gaudily decorated  is In poor taste. A half dozen cups and  saucers and an fequal number of plates,  with a teapot,'sugar bowl, several pitchers and mixing bowls, will be all the  crockery that' you actually require. If  you have only yourself-and John in the"'  family,,you can get along with' half of  housemother of a'family of fair size. I  would therefore qpjirtsel the young matron to use her own judgment as to the  number of utensHs*'*she buys, in ninny  cas������s dividing, the- number here given by  two���������that is, where a half dozen pans  are. suggested, purchase for your small  household but three; where two or three  utensils are named, get but one.  A COMPLETE LIST  t;  ������tlie.numberr!iien'tionC'd.������������������������������������������  "Three double boilers of varying sl'������i*s,  three saucepans, an iron or agate soup  pot, a preserving kettle; two tea kettles,  one large, one small; two coffee pols;-  a griddle, of soapstone if possible;* a  wafile iron, two frying pans; a flying  basket, or a large, deep kettle for frying   fritters,    crulleis   and   doughnuts;  "J  Choose 3 S/mpfe B/t/edffd Mife Pffor/Lm  As to the cooking utensils, avoid elaborate articles or so-called labor-savers  until, you are sure that they are what  they purport to be.   Some of-them are  'so complicated that they add to instead  of lessening- your^work.'..,  '.,,  lif this connection I take the liberty  of * quoting from a little * book in the  Young Farmer's Practical Library series,  entitled "Krom Kitchen to Garret," a  practical housekeeping volume that has  recently come to my. notice, In the chapter on the kitchen the author says:  "There have be<*n many lists given by  various wri'ters from' which the young  housekeeper Is supposed to order her  kitchen necessities In the way of utensils. To the ordinary householder the  number suggested is appalling. Some of  the articles mentioned she lias never  board of; others she does not know how  ".to.use, and some seem to her as labor-  makers rather thnn Inbor-snveis. To  tho initiated they may mean ease ln  cooking; to hor they stand for unnecos-  <*nry complications, I will give a list of'  the ordinary utensils that It Is well to  linye, uml to this number'1 tlie reader  mny- add what sho wishes, Somo of  these I ;inme uro necessities to succcss-   four���������pudding "dishes'-of-'different "ca  pacities, six layer-cake tins; two cake-  tins, each with *a funnel in the center;  two loaf-cake tins, foyr bread pans, a  biead'raiser, a <Jozen muffin rings, eight-  eeft smalj muffin "-pans,' a dozen gain  cups of 'ertrtb'enware, two pudding  molds, two jelly ipolds, two covered  roasters or dripping pans, a ham boiler,  an asparagus boiler; two dishpans, ono  for pots and pans, the other foi the  china and glass; two soup strainers, a  colander, a flour sifter,, two cake cutters, a breadknife, a largo cirvcr, a  vegetable knife, a long-handled llfflh-  fork, two long mixing spoons,' one egg-  whip, one eggboatcr, one vcgotnble  press, one meat grindejr, three pi *plulcs,  one wooden spoon, one chopping bowl,  a .chopping knife,'.'h pastry or breadboard, four mixing bowls, three quart  bowls, a qunrt measure, a pint menmiro,  one larg*** and one small pitcher, a enkf-  turner, a spilt * spoon, a ladle, a can-  opener, two .tfrnters, a nutmeg grater,  a rolllng-pln.^tfvo tin pails with covers,  two funnels,,*) corkscrew, two gridirons  or broilers, Of ecurse, this list (loos  not Include thcknlves, forks, spoons nnd  crockery uscd,|)) the kitchen,   Nor lmvo  necessities, such- 'as a kettle, roasting  pan, broiler, double boiler, frying pan,  strainer and mixing bowl (your experience will tell you what the actual  necessities nie), and, as you can do so,  add to your stock until you'have a  well-furnished kitchen. To have the  proper utensils, and to understand thoroughly the use of each, is the secret  of good cooking.  We have discussed so lately, and at  such length, the comparative advantages  of large and small kitchens that it would  be superfluous to go into the subject Ii>  this paper.  The young housewife of today has outgrown the  Idea  that her kitchen,  however    commodious   and   well   supplied,  _must_-d0-duty_as-sittlng-i'ooni-.".nil -1!���������  brary.   It ls nothing more nor less than  her   workshop,   her   laboratory.    When  the work of the hour is done  she should  betake herself to another room, leaving  cooking apron nnd cap behind her.   T?e->  tween the times of busy occupancy of  the laboratory, air It thoroughly,   Who  of us does not recognize loothlngly the  odor of cold, stale grea.se some notable  housewives   tnke    Into    their   drawing  rooms and even into churchV  One of the tribe occupied a pew  adjoining mine for ten years. She was  more than well-to-do; she' far outshone  me In dross; she was fairly woll educated and protty. Altogether, sho was  an csllmnble member ol society. To  this hour I think of her as a vulgarian, becauso In all the Sundays during  which 1 endured her neighborhood I  never got away from tho rinse, rank,  "kitchen smell'; that clung to her garments. I used to wonder If sho kept  her Sunday raiment In tho pot-closet.  I suppose the truth'to hnvo been that  she had fallen Into the habit, Inherited  from her thrifty mother, of sitting ln  thu clean,- warm, cozy kitchen except  whon visitors ^uinmonod her Into what  she spoke of as tho "parlors."  IMPORTANT NOTICE.  Tal^OAUas of the (inormotia  K number of letter* sent to  ���������M~m- the Eteohtmgo, J must ask  contributor* to limit their oom-  muniefitioiiH to M words, except  in cases of' formulas or reeipc*  lohwh require greater snaee, I  tortiit all mu oorrespontMiits to  have a showing In the Corner,  and if mn retjtuitt tn this respect  it) compiled with tt wl!l be potmi-  bw to print manv more letters.  HlnkltookH, In  caso      TT7I'Wn-).lfflln,L?]  lmh.udlnti.UH0,   Oi. a  ,    W ������       ""T  horo in tha kitchen       ��������� *   Gorman Potat  .��������� . ...vo tlm roclpn for  doi-man potato hiiIiuI "  Potato Salad  (Tho rent thlnu,')  Holl In tholr J.iokutii poiatooH of mmiliim  *fp> llnvu milt, vlnciim*. milad nl) uml  wlilto nnioiiH 1'i'inly, Uim tliu imluil mny hit  imulti im nudii its thu potntocH nro ilmui,  Drain nlf llio w.itci* mm.pool tlunn wl.llii  thoy nro hot, Hllcc ami n.umiii with huu  :f oil,    Tow  tOKiitJiur. ������t*nlly   ami   aim  nnil   oil,    Tow  tountl.i'i'. -foully   am  -.   Ill-Oil vol.      tliu vlneimri ha vory  iitronu;,  illfuto  with  I'm vliioKiir nml onion nilni-oii very (Ino,  If  tary iitroiitt,  illfuto  with  ma*"third  viUor,    Mix  nil  twu-miKlilv. nml  w't in a cool uliico until you arc roiuly u>  norvo,  .iiuol) of tho hiii'dohn nf tlio Nnlnil ilopmnlH  upon ImvlnK Komi, niwily potntooH anil a  llnu dun Hi of mili.il oil, I'uiiiir tn iiiHtu,  ��������� Pm* fnuv t)i*r������(mn n������������* nbout eight nottttfios,  lintf n I on hi mnn bit of unit, Ihnw tiililoniinii!)-  (fuln of. oil, thnio-nnnrtorH of n. oup of via-  ������������itr-illluii)il. If ntronif, with nno-fourtb  wmtor-and tl;o hnlf of a lnrKo onion or  tlio wholo of a Himill, mlnoixl vory tin*,  h, M, (Hutlioi-liuii) HiirliiK, Tox,'  The Vegetable Orange  An moro than ono correspondent has  written foiyiui'tlcuhus to-.Hii.liii;- the uub-  joot of our next contribution, 1 Insert  It with sincere gratification:  I noto a query from "Umnin 11," (Now  Oai-llHlo, Imi.) rcmirilliiB tlio "gui-ilon  Ionian" or "vouotntilti nrniiKO,"  An wo hnvo rnlsoil and rnjoyoil Ihom fnr  nomo yoni'H, porhnps I nniy ho of hi hi to  hor,. ,,  Thoy aro a combination of molon nml on-  inimiior, I tliluli, and vrow nt Hioho du,  trnlllng ujinn tho Kiouinl, anil ylold khi-  oroimly. It Krown'lii i-lol) noil. Tho fruit  vnrioi In aUo from 1'^ Inches In dlnniotor,  nml nro round or uvnl, iiinrliod llko nivlom*.  hut with a xinonthor okln,  Wo pool mil hnlvo ihom, romuvhiK iho  Hoodui Iny In n dlnli with tin* iniiouvo Mun  i.l'i (111 onoh hallow with miiu-i>* nud lul  thorn Hlnml ll.un nil nluht. In ilu* iiiuniliuc  ndd miitlolont cold wutcr to iniilu* u n.m.l  Hyrup, eovorlim tno fruit, nnd (jm,k Kiuiily  until Iho HootloiiH ino ti'iiiiH|iii,i'iit and  tondor. Add a Hllcuil lemon to i-iu-Ii inni.t  of rnilt, ���������  TIiIh Im ii dollcloiiH fruit whon prom rvod  or onuuiiil,' hut  i  novor honrd  nt iihIiik It  iu n  voitutnhlo.   Wo tun oiiid ami  imiko  Jolly of thorn.   Thoy nro iiIhu unml whon  |ii*fl|iaro(l as nitron Ib proxoivod, with lomomi  aim ulimor, K. W, u (Kdiiowatnr, N, .ij.  I^nst yonr, In oonnoctlon.wlth tho first  npiionnuiuu   In   tlm   Kxcliiinuo   of   tlio  vegolnblo; inungiel���������gai'den    lomon    or  oi'iiiiKo-������wo roi'olvutl soven.l n-olpoH for  preserving and plokllng ll,   I'lotnres of  It uouoiinmnlod uomo, with lottors descriptive   of    Iho, nowcmnior,   mid    a  pnckittfo of spoils was htelosoil  for the  miliar by ono kind soul,  Tliey woro duly  plnntod, and wo ongurly wfttclnid thorn  from tho day whon tho lirst loaf broko  ������round.   Thon 'tho Juno droiiglit-norco  TilO oxcollonoo of evory salnd hlnnoH    "nricV hol--nnii*trht, mid dwnrfxil 'them nn  upon tlio duality of tho oil usod in tha  ilic*>Nhibr. A Ntory uf (lit) Inst, vontury  bad to do with tlio blunder of a cook  who drossnd tho salad sorvod In thn  family of a illslliwtilnhod editor with  citstor oil for a wookl Whon tlio ml*-  tnko was dlHonvorod through hoi* nn-  iiuuiin.ni.Mii lum iu\ nm un was uono,  uho plondodi "An' shuro, wasn't It  jiutrkoil 'ctiHtor oil'? and av coorsn I put  It In.tlio cnstori" ,  llio'anoctloto Ib strictly truo, nnd taken  point from llio fact tlmt tho editor wan  a woll-known Kotirmot, and tlmt ho had  prnluoiJ thosiiliull ...*..'_  Tho cunning art with which llrlilgot  dlsgiilsnil iho flnvnr r������f tho mndlrlno Is  lost to thin ftcnoriitlon. Wo humbler  lonrnors In the culinary action) must, soo  tn ll that none hut tbo (Inonl n|| goon  Into out itinyonnalBO nnd French dress-  Ings,  tl) thoy took heart again undor tlm Into  July *ratnn. it wnn too late* t(, imuin*  rlpo frulltiKo, Tlio frost cut thorn down  nrun.atiiroly. and I hud no chance to  try any of the formulas bestowed upon  iih for carrying llmni ovor Into tho  winter, Thoy aro un lntci't*atlii|( uovulty  In our repertoire,  Impromptu Potato Salad   n tho oountr..  iiri'imrltiK for  , I.iut month, wllllo vlilttnir In tho country,  ' In m  .   . ...   ...   pnrtv   nnd, luno   jtoutoHd,   flliii wont in town thnt murnlns  I wnn callod upon tn iinin ... ���������  ii Hi.rprlim pnrtv   nml,; lunohoon  for .my  mnvlnir tlm. courso clonr for our in-opiun-  linns. It foil tn my lot to ninko tin. potato  snlail, nn.) whon I was:ronrty for thn dross-  ln������ wo illsoovi-roi) thoro wm no oil In tho  houso, M'lmt wns I t������ du? Ami this wus  my llrBl irlri) nt lh������ r.**-l|..-!  Tl.li' wus my I'xiM-dlt'iit, and It wns n  liioaosit To ,__ .WW of potatoos, Imlloil,  ricoloii nml slli-ud, i mlnrod onions mid  St tiitilimiiiiontulH uf miiiovii pnrsli.y, itr-  innKi'ii in Inyt-ri .nnd woll tonionsd w'tli  nilt und poiiutr, I usod 1 lablosnounful ut  As tn your frlond um) tho bnrrol of Hour,  there mo so low fiimllli-H thul think of  buylnu more thun a twi'iity-ilvo ui* ,n ,*  pound sack tliiit.thcv aro.lllco tho lucillo  In .tho haymow. ���������*  'Ilio only prudent method In to ask ono n  sou. "How much.do r kol for il, or W  contB? How muoli fnr fl?" Thon tlmuo  out whnt iiunnllly Is moro oconoinlenl, no-  corillmr to tho ������l/.o of tho family.  Nr .io I ns'ioii W.th ymi In tho Idea Hint  moro Ih wnstoil tf iiIovIkIoiih mo IioiikIiI hy  tho quantity, Nu womnn who doos hor iiini  work would think of usln������ mon* Hum Is  noodod .hist bncaiiso It Is on hnnd, An fnr  t-.-oiioiDlKUiK when hired , "hoi ," hnHM  onn'H Htoros, I don't think It onn ho ilnniil  Thoy urn lust us I'uroloss when Ihey know  thoro "Is plenty more nt iho ki-iic-i's" n������  thoy would ho when tliern Is moro In llm  eollur,  ��������� I 'lmvo hnd eoiisldornldo oxpoi'Ieiino Willi  hired help, und, fully Indorse ull j on sny  upon Unit sulilM. I thnnk idMdiioss I mu  In n nnslllnn, tri .)������ ,my own wurli, IYimiih  wlin hnvo nlwnys find sorvnnis iiliout ilnn't  know whul "linnie" Is, The pnnen nml |ill*  viiey ono hns mor*. thin onniiionsiiioi for  tliu oxirn work, Tho wnnes nml tin. wmln  of iuih sorvniii will mo fnr lownnl ki'0|i|i)K  a smnli  family,  T know f, nm wrltlmt too mimh nnd tliili-  hur tlm oliiiih'i* ni ilio wimioiuiMU't, hut  iimylio you'll In* l-nlonl fur onoo nnd lot  mo unv somidhl.'iir whl-h I am sum will lis  useful  to  in? 'fidliiw'-h'illHcliinthers,  .    Ji, l��������� W, K'limtitnn, r'aM,  1  mn  Hurilei-  than  you nro thnt llm  "soinnthlnK" rniiHt Ilo over for unnllior  weok,   It Is jfood, ami It will keep,  Nor hnvo t room to in. Into fnrlltsr  discussion of tho noonnniy of buying  In Hiiiull i|uanlltli.s, line., text Hlilltos  at tbo root of tin* niatliT; "Tho do.  si motion of Ibo poor Is tlieir poverty,"  If one hns but a (|imrtor to snnrn for  miirar, ono ennnot suvoliy buyliiif llfty  cent a*   -������i;*,*ih,  * Sweet' Peppei$  ..Could vou i������jvo mm n reelpo fw pull Inn \t_  Dm  swujt   snlnil   poppers   fur   whiter  nicT  Alio, Hume ways iif iisIiik iliom-olthur Iho  nwn or tlio rod *  i     .,     , M, M. (CTmmpnlgn, III,),  \trnr first query Is referred to linns*.  !.!,!:���������..... j.l.ij i,4U> iiASis lnu Ocmtfcil  rui'lpe,     '   ���������  A������ to tlio Hoootnl-hnvo you over |ir<*������  jmrod nnd cnti'n stuffed Kroen sweat  poiHi-vrf)? '1'ako out thu' h������*i*i1h I'lirofiilly,  not loltltw limm* Ibueh tho sides of Km  Vopiite. us the.-pniiKoiicy of the vfim-  tnble is In them: This dope, lav lliom  ,ii puuuus pu- ii. auur*. In' KcaldUw water- for half an linur;  tor or fntn-torn pmmdit for four miiUnMitrj, drain Jiwfi lot, thorn cool.-'.Hnvo ruiidy  Thoro jv.*r������ two i.'.umti. uf BUKiir f.r Uii-r*'* ii-fi)H:i-iii*Viit uf unlit luliili and tlio, or  Z  1  fnr,^>nrlhlei!^������',,1f'n,\Vlt!i!l1l,'1������Ut ,'X     '   U'^..,fi*.: TOM I'lllrfcOII���������In  M<*t,  liny llll'*lt  imn) ror, uui wmen nro or no vmuoi in ,ini>      ...... *t4in'tf uinn���������*���������  ...  i,....,,    wt    hum-  iinisi-ki*t|n*r.   Wliei-ens,   tin-  two |iiiyt������J-(W*    * f.,  ������ nm,"i,T       u  "   , 1   ,, l I  susar would hnvn lasted lier s*v������'liu nivs, IWulou. with sii, t nml tinH; . .*>������ Hroil  If she niniiti ti jo-cunt purclmsi* tliu' Uiuiin , ..no I'Ol'pi'r. KID the sliells .with llio  was stmiou. ,-. . .,,    ."   wlxtiiro and, set tbo pMpiH-rn ntirlKlit In  "'" '.it,,'  buttor nnd 1 ontiful of, ���������vlneijnr. I hrowncil  tho buttor In n frylnu pun, milled tho vlnoKiir  and let It boll livo mlnutus, poured It, boll-  iiik hoi, ovor tin1 pot.)toes, und covoroil It  tlKhtly for a lltilo whllo,*, Timn I inlxi'ii  nil tho InifrodlentH well nml let ItHCt very  cold, Whon It wns sorvod, everybody snld '  It was doliBhtful' and iiBkod mo to pubs  uIodh the toi-li).', When 1 told thorn it.wim  nn experiment, no ono would bollovo ll,  uml one old lndy doolnreil It deserved ull  tlie pi-nlee ll  nut.  Ro I hnvo ventured to Bond It to llio  KkoIiiiiivc  I have a number of old iminiuliinH whloh  I have unveil, uud I am coiiHluutl.v rerflv-  Iiik more, 'I In v uie porfooilv I'loiin uml  would snrvo to puss nway tliu tlmo for  s.m.o loi.i- Niiu.-ln, iu vim iiiIkIii loll tno of  kiilllO liosplllll III Willed I i'.ilibl solid thoin  tn oliri'i* tho slrk nud muko thorn foritot  tholr pnin for a little whllo.  HKHTIIA il. (ChlenKo).  You will save tlmo by somllnj( tlio  i-i'iulliiK inaitoi- direct lo tho ncurost  burriick of tlu* Balvallon Army, if you  do noi enru to do tills, look up a Ii>ih*>hiiI  lu youi' iK-lnhbui-lniiiil, and ask poi'inlH-  rilon to (llstributo your papois then*, Tin*  tivublo lu such a on hi* In thut hospital  rules nco very strlot with respect to  storlllKlnit ovcrythltiK brouuht In from  the outer world, und papoi's absorb Infection readily,  I set your Impromptu potato salnd  alongside of the lirst roolpo wu uffwr today. There aro many ways of arriving  at the same result, In cookery as In  othor matters, and necessity broods lit-*  volition.  'The Question of Economy  A Cnllfoi'n'nii craves leavo In sponlc  upon the other sldo of tho utiostlon ol  oconorny In buying bv the small iinaii-  Liii, .in.), uui) iu uur |)iiui,*jple of loud-  lnu courteous lined tn twn, h1i(i..i of nn  aiKunimit, i make way for lior very  toinpqrnti- and well-oxprvsHOd lollor,  Thoro Is. of course, n hnppy iiiodluni In  *v������rythlnK, und thu iliiht iiuuniliy tu huy  must depend Innteh* upon the size nf tlm  (umlly und llm kind uf kuihIh puichused- ,  whoihor tiorlslmble or not, If onu buys ton  Utile nt n time ono trnvs twn nr tlirim  ^..>>������ i i h, i'Mi iii*\nia-i>, iu ur ),. i-etiis  worth of simnr, And Hour Is cnlu-.l ,for  more freauenily In snnill thnn in urgu  ipinntltles,  l snout n. number of years behind n ur'i-  eery cannier In my father's uturu mid I  hiivii soon thii practical worklnx of tho������J  dlffornnt systems.  When suimr wns slxtoon pounds for-|l  wi'Uii'ii wiuiiii buy 3tn pounds fn.* u. iiuiii;  a covered roomer. Pour a littlo stock  or hiavy alio.it ilium an.) luiko, covered,  about lin'lf n iv hour. - Tako up tho pop-,  jiors and kcc|) hot whllo you thicken  the itravy' wltb browned llour, or add  to it a M-coil tcmnto sauce, l'our about  tho pnpimi'H and serve, If you use hoof  In tbo sltillbiK, mix potato with li; It  I'lilcken, breadcrumbs; If veal or laml),  butteri'd rloc, These .are aim) nice (Ulo.l  with cold nilnccd flsh and onlmba. Homo  llko those hi tiffed with void whon  11rowed Illicitly wllh piinni'sun ohiM't-.o  Just boforo Ihoy nre taken from, llm  limi. In thin cnao, pout* rich toirmio  siiuc-o ahniit thoin, Any wlil-to flsh���������  such as linllhut, hluelbli or cod-niay  bo wrought Into an cl������naut side dish  hy mlncliiK'tbn cold rctniiln* of yester-  day's dish, uiIxIiik In a fouitli as mui-ii  line cnmibs and iltlltm peppors with  tin. mlxluro. Hircw with iiurnimmn  chi'CHii n jew mlnrli"*' before litkliiK tip  the pnppnw; cover for a minute to lot  the I'hcoso limit, and hoi'vo with ckk  ssuco,  Spanish Rlco  This Is also a KOnd way of iihIiik-sweet  Hl'i'Oti pcppciH, ('oo|< a cupful nf rlco  in two ipiarlH of IkiIIIiik watur, slbtlitly  siillml. Let It boll fast twcniy nitiniti-a,  or until, by Instltm ������ nniln, yuu Ilnd  It (ctn'i'i Imt not liul* li, Drain off  every drop of water thruiiKh tlio colander aiid mil tlii**, with llm rlco In It,  within an open oven tn dry off for a  minute.  Turn Into n bul, duop dish nml pour*  over It this muico:  Hc d ami nciild tht ee peppers; when  fiihl, nilni.-e lino mul stir Into two lahle-  ������������������;.; * i.f:.!.- ii but', .*, !...'.. '��������� t , 1 ', . '.:.,-;  Iii a fryliiB pan.   Hhnko ovnr thn llm to  J,. ...    Jl.     |,i|i)/.ln    .,,1,1    ,mUI    ily..,i    .,'iO  rli-"1. With n silver fork open 1hO  rnniindcil rlco slbtlitly to let tlio snuct  sink  In,  and  corve.  Crape Juice  pi,.,I.A    ,.||).II..)|     ���������,'   tl .������������������.,...Ij.    -H-!,-,,     ������;���������������  iniikluir  i!iii|u.   luli'c,  Mrs, ll, V, II, (bos AnitolM, Vat),  8l������*in nix qunrts of porfcotly rlpo  Krapcs; hrenli tbem slltthtly with a potato beotlc, hut ������lu not biiilst*, Add a  i|imrt nf wuler; si*l over lhe lire nnd  lil'ihK slowly to Ihe boll, HI in In IhnlUHb  I'hi-cseeliith, Ib'luni the sti-almd Julco  tn llio lln*. bull nnd skltn, uml bottlo  while at it,, Ud.bln.u bi.!*,. Hi-al at  cince, nnd when i-old, pui'li In simd or In  urotind cork, las'HiM; the Jiotilcs upon  thcii Mili'H, Tun, um n a iiutnixbl, It  yuu would havo them keep will mid  lonif, THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMU, BK1T1SH COLUMBIA.  _ H  fi.,1  *  ?*  zo  THE FURNITURE STORE  SPECIAL SALE  Of  Linoleums and Catpet Squares  during the month oP February,  Inlaid Linoleums, regular price 81.10. now   :     85C a square yard  Printed linoleums, regular 65c. now 5QC.  a  sq.   yd,  2u Carpc squares, rangihg from 816 to I30 each at 30  per cent discount.  Lace Curtains at bargaiu prices.  A Full Stock of 411 kinds of Furniture  lCumberland Halli  2 Nights  OC  A. MoKINNON  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  I   " IL������������������  A  Great Discovery by  Citizen of Cumberland  Professor A. Pyramid of this  tow:i dropped into the office today and informed us that he had  mode a great find in Egypt a  couple of months ago on his trip  there, iti the shape of a couple of  dozen tons of baked brick, on  which were inscribed various  writings, and the following is a  translation of one interesting part  of the same, and evidently refers  to a Municipal Election in the  land of Pharoah.  "AND it. came to pass that  when the time was ripe for the  people of the City of Slumber in  the land of the Mighty Pharoah  to appoint certain wise men,that  the people may be ruled and  heavily taxed, a Narrow Factiou  arose and did meet 'and consult,  together and did sav unto oue  another, 'It it meet aud right that  we 'should rule and tax the men  of the City of Slumber iu the laud  of Pharoah that we may dictate  unto them and unto their wives  and offspring what they may  think, and yea, what .they may  eat and drink, and tha' the Tern-  -pies of "our -forefathers ~may~"as  heretofore escape taxation.'  AND it came tp pass that a  Chief arose among them and saith  unto his brethren of the Narrow  Faction, 'Let us gird up our Loins  ai d go forth andsmi e those who  oppose us, and let us repudiate  the Gods of our forefathers and  their out-of-date teachings, FOR  is it not meet that our narrow  minds should be unto us our  GODS? AND the Brethren of  the Narrow Faction fell upon  their knees and did make offerings unto aud did worship Them  selves.  AND the Chief saith unto his  chief Scribts "Write ye unto the  Chief Recorder of pharoah and  ascertain if there be any pledge  recorded against the flocks and  holding of TEB, who opposeth  us and leadeth the men of our  City of Slumber to resist our rule.  Wednesd ay  ���������and���������  Thursday,  February 8th and 9th.  O  and all of the Narrow Faction  were sore of heart, save one  Siddaroah, a taylor, whose eyes  wept but whose heart was gladdened on account of the destruction of thi raiment,  AND thereupon the people  chose TEB as their ruler and sent  him unto Pharoah with a Petition  shewing that TEB had paid  many sheckels of silver and released the Pledge, and yet the  Chief Recorder of Pharoah had  failed to record such release, and  praying that Pharoah be pleased  to declare him qualified to lead  the men of the City of Slumber.  And it came to pass that Teb appeared betore Pharoah, and was  put away with honeyed words  and smiles.  AND hearing this the Chief of  the Narrow Faction dispatched  Siddaroah, the taylor, unto Pharoah. Aud he came before Mak  Fillip, the Assyrian, and Mike  Nosuam, the henchman of Pharoah, and they did counsel together so as to defeat and confound Teb aud put aside the desires of the majority of the men  of the City of Slumber. And they  went unto Pharoah and produced  papyrus signed by the City -Scribe,  Puck, Mak Clean aud Buckle and  four or five other members of the  Narrow Faction, -aud-P-haroah  was troubled and called together  his chief eunuchs and his mighty  Law Cap'ain Bow-wow, and they  counseled together that they may  devise ways and means to defeat  the desires of the majority of men  and coniound Teb.  AND il came to pass that Pha  roah uot having the cotirage to  face Tel> saith unto his Chief  Eunuch, -Go thou and speak unto Teb, telling him to depart from  hence else he be cast into the  Nile and the crocodiles tatteii upon him. And in that manner  spake the Chief Eunuch unto  Teb, and he departed from the  capital of Pharoah ppnderiug  deeply upon the baseness of politicians and the contemptible actions of the men and women of the  Narrow Faction."-���������Com.  LOST���������On Sunday   night lie-  MENTAL  The World's Greatest Psychic and  Mystic, Supported by a Company  of Clever Entertainers.  Complete change or programme each night  Popular prices .   25c, 50c, 75c.  *K*Xa_K_X_W,  CUMBERLAND TAILOR  S. ISAKA. PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies1 and Gentlemen's Suits Made Xo Order  from S20 to 935    All Work First Class  Municipality of the City  of Cumberland.  AND in tho course-bf lime the! tweon  Presbyterian   church' and  _.-> *_..._-.  ^....������_  j p^^ "Walker's residence, Camp,  Scribes ca,ne unto their Chief and  saith 4Lo! and behold, the writings of the Chief Recorder of  Phnro.ih sayeth that' a certain  pledge doth stand against the  flocks and holdings of TEB, aud|  thereupon the Chief <)rew his  sword und cut off the headings of  the writings, so that no mau  could tell whether they be written in the time of Ksiihenes or  Pharoah, and did deliver the same  unto the City Scribe, that on the  Nomination Day lie might bluff  TEH and the followers of TKB.'  AND it further came to pass  that THIi nud his followers did  cull upou n certain Soothsayer  and -said, unto him, 'Many sheep  aud cattle shall be thine, an thou  girdest up thy loins and attend  ou Nomination Day and frustrate  the designs of the City  Scribe,'  AND ou the Dny of Nomination the City Scribe arose and in  a loud voice, so ihat all men  could hear, did cry out the writ-  iu^s of ihe Chief Recorder of  Pnaroith and did declare TKB un-  qualified to lend the men of the  t/ily of Slumber, and thereupon  the'Soothsayer'arose nnd spake  against the writings and ������������sked,  ".���������������'.icref'-r have ye cut away the  headings?' And' the City Scribe  wuh conlouuded and a great fear  seized upou him so that the sweat  stood upon his forehead likr a  heavy dew, aud his ktiees smote  together, uud he, .straightway  sought his abode, in Jerusalem,  and did \v;-il i-i grief and rent Us  ���������Sibb.th -ai sin and c;isi dust  tron hi-- bead, AND there was  *.* -i n*ny and gnrwhiftff of teeth  ���������\t<<\ much reudiigof fine raiment  a gold watch.   Finder please leiive  ut this office.  LOST���������A lady's snhle fnr, between Comox and Sum Pieruy'B,  Sandwick, on Sunday, Jan. 20th.  Reward will bu paid on returning  to J. Thomson, Comox,  Mra. James Stewart arrived  home by Sundny's bout, after uu  licence of four woolen in Vancouver,  The Development League held  ii veiy interestingHcsiiou on Mon  buy evening lut*t,  Dr, Kerr, dentin, will in Cum-  berland from Thursday, Fob, 8th.  ** ti���������.   Mr. W, S.  Thorhum, Sitpor**-*  iuluiiiJcm tm iho llmiM* Buildiu^  & Const ruction Co, Vancouver,  is in town to superintend the construction of tho new Canadian  Hank of Commerce, which will Im  completed in about nix weeks,  - ia*���������-   FOR  BALK���������A   five roomed  house on corner lut and Imlf, hot  und eoltl   wntor,  Imtli,  hiuwment  three   outbuildings.    Apply    F,  llorwood, corner  und Foiiiih St.  Maryport Avu.  BlUTII- lntlii'city on Mon.  ilay the flth Inst , tu Mr, and Mra.  ���������I, N. McLeod a hou.  PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the electors of the  municipality of the City of Cumberland, that I require the presence of the said electors at the  old Photograph Gallery, Duns  muir Ave., on the nth day of  February, 1911, at 13 o'clock  noon, for the purpose of nominating persons to represent them in  the municipal council as mayor  and alderman.  The mode of nomination of  candidates shall be as follows:���������  The candidates shall be nominated in writing; the writing shall  be subscribed by two votjers-'of  tfoe municigality as proposer and  seconder ,"and'shall" be'deliyered  to the Returning Officer at any  time between the date of the uo-  tice and 2 p.m. of the day of the  nomination, and iu the event of  a poll being necessary, such poll  will be opened on the 14th day  of February, ..l'JII, at the Old  Photographic Gallery, Duusmtijir  Ave., Cumberland, B.C., of  which every person is hereby required to take notice aud govern  himself accordingly.  No person shall be nominated  or be eligible as a candidate for  mayor unless he be possessed of  the qualification by law required  of those officers, and unless the  candidate shall, on or before the  hour of 2 p. in .of the day of  nomination, furnish the Returning Officer with a statement iu  writing, specifying the land or  real property upon which he  qualities, his nomination shall be  invalid and shall not be acted  upon by the Returning Officer,  The qualification as candidate  for mayor is as follows:*���������  He must be a male British  subject of the full age of tweuty  oue years and not disqualified  under any law atid have been for  the six month's next preceding  the day of nomination the registered owner iu the Land Registry  Olllee of laud real property in the  city of the assessed value' on the  last municipal Assessment Roll  of $1,01)0.00 over and above any  registered encumbrance or charge  and who is otherwise qualified as  a municipal voter.  The qualification as candidate  for alderman is as follows:���������  Hi* must be n male British nub  jeet of the full uj������e of twenty-one  years and uot disqualified under  "any law and have beeu for six  months uext preceding the day of  nomination the registered owner  iu the Laud Registry Office of  land and real property in the city  of the assessed value on the last  municipal Assessment Roll of  $500.00 or more, over and above  auy registered encumbrance or  charge, and who is otherwise  qualified as a muuicipal voter,  Given under my hand at  the  Citv of Cumberland this .'Jul duv  Jul February, 1011.  j Al.HX,  McKlN'NON,  . Returning Officer.  Valley Notes  Mr. A, B. Snow has been appointed agent at Comox wharf for  the steamship companies doing  business there, and in future all  freight charges can be collected  by him.  Dyspepsia disappears iu Comox  Valley. A Women,s Institnte  has been organized, and good cook  ing is now the order of the day.  Chas S. Thomson, of* Vancouver, spent Snnday at the manse.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Duncan luft  by Tuesday's boat for Vancouver,  John Milligau has rented his  ranch to Japs.  The Maaonic Ball and Banquet  is to be held in the Agricultural  Hall. Februory 24th.  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  (sxsxsxsxsexsxs^^  <*^^***AA^**A***W^AA   ft^Vt^ViAVWW***^**!  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OlADB TO   ORDER HflD  IN ANV STYIiH YOU ttUSR  PER EOT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prioes From 920 to $40,  CUMBERLAND,   -  -   B. C.  ft  Capital $6,000,000.  Reserve $5,700,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER THE WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $i and upwards.  CUMBERLAND, B. C, Branch, Open Daily.  COVRTSKAT,  B.C., JBub-BrMich,   Open Tuesdays and  FRIDAYS.  UNION WHARF. B. C���������'.,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays.  I  ti. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  LADIES ORGANIZE AT COUK  TENAY.  At a wujl attended meeting  held in the Agricultural hall at  Courtenay on the 2nd inst., the  ladies of Comox district fell in  line with other rural districts of  tlii? province, by organizing, uu  der the supervision of Mr. J. S.  Shopland, president of the Comox  Fanners Institute, a women's institute to be known as the '������������������Comox Women's -Institute." The  pleasing feature of the gathering  was the enthusiastic way iti which  the ladies took hold of the situation; there being ballots cast for  every otKco. The following officers were duly elected: President,  Mrs, Wm. Duncan; Vice-President, Mrs. J. S. Shophmd; Sec-  Treusuroi, Mrs. L. Carroll; Directors:-Airs E, Duncan, Mrs. Parkins sr., Mrs. A. Siilinoud, Mrs.  Win. Grit ve, and Mrs. Conccni.  Auditorsj-Mi'B Dingwall and Aire,  S. J, Piercy, All IiuIIcb are wcl-  come to join.  *B. Cloutier.  General Blacksmith  ��������� ������������������ll    ��������� ��������� ���������*    'I     I    ������.       I������ I  HorioJhocinjr a BpsoUlty.  ���������������'������������������'������������������*'������������������ nm���������amiaam,am   n    u   m m**  Third Ave., Cumberland  H������.������.������HII������I  SPATES  The TAILOR.  CUiANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  L.ndle������* Work  a Specialty.  .R^^UlLLieeSubl-ARRISON.  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTA  Y   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND.  :VeBOHO$fl:  ttHmuf������aUi!������et* of miNERAli UlATEftS.  LUhol������8al������ Dtal������P in WlNES, lilQUOR & &EE$  P. 0, BOX 146  PHONE 99....  CUMBERLAND  I NEED MONEY  ���������and���������  YOU   WANT   CHEAP   EED  So to suit ns both during the holidays 1 will  ,8oll the remainder of my  8TCOK   AT   C08T.  This is your opportunity   to save 10 pr cent  on yonr feed bill and lav  in * supply for tho  cold days of January,   Don't forget the pi ae  A. B. CRAWFORD,    ���������   ��������� Courtenay; B.C  DKALEU IN PLOUR AND FKKI).  ���������a*  IT  _a  t  AUTOMOBILES  Wood's Sbeiptodiit,  Omit FiipUith  Htmtiry,  i uud invltfirfmeH tlio wim!.*  Morvoim ttjii'io*!*,   m.il'im   nm>   ultift. Vitrf* AVri  The  'CunM  norvoi  oi������i Iklilltu. Mtn.il iMr**iniinW,rrv;jir-  jKmm'iwi/, &rjriMl lVintl*nr><i\ J-lmuaxaiia, lipti  naUrrhim, uni JgftrtttifJhuit*vr hrcn.c  Pric������������l itui-lm*. nlx/iirii  Ono wtllpluiutr.t,*.  will miro.  HM by ab tdninrwliUlPf nialM lit  Hf I  dpi  OPKICI  ARAOK  8750.00 to $5000.00  WE SELL  RUSSEL,  SILENT-KNIGHT,  DAIMLER,  OVERLAND,  HUPM0������3!IE>  and BRU8M  AUTOMOBILES.  SUNDRIESall kinds  BI0Y0LE8 and  SUPPLIES  THOS, PLIMLEY,  [.787 JOHNSON OT., VICTORIA,   WAi    J.  i  t/Srateriy WlmUotj


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