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 ������N  ���������:' .. /.y  -  ��������������� - .   .'/"  ' ..  *-  /- v  '"    \    '  H  '���������t-  CUM  ,14-  LAND  ������������������'//  P. C. -   V  ./'  tih_mjm.  A Journal Devoted EspeclalIy,.ito the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Nineteenth' Year.  mt^amatiar^m.%  CUMBERLAND   B. C|   TUESDAY,   OCT. ioth,  :9n  The Store  of Quality  The Store  ' Of Quality  THE BSG STOR.E  ���������>^������a������^W^������^^>s*lfctsW^W  Is an opportunity   no   one  should miss.  irD������SX_Xg���������XS������������<_X������XtX2)���������������x^  *We prefer the money to  the clothes, and we believe  that when you take note of  the prite inducements we  are offering you will prefer  *lie clothes to the monev.  The materials, the patterns, the workmanship and  fit, are all that you could  ask. You can dress well,  neaily-aud-up-to-date,- -with  clothing at cost price.  NOW IS YOUR TIME  Simon Leiser & Co.,; Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave.j ,  Cumberland.'  Locals.  i __ _t  Friday's mail by S. S. Cowich-  an will arrive at 12 iiViou and close  at 12.15 p- m. sharp.:  FOIt SALE���������-horso, buggy and  harness, cheap Apply L, A,  Mo unco, Cninoerland, 6. C,  FO R S A. IK���������Two 4-room hou -  ees on  Derwent Avenue.   Price  $1300 fur  tho   two,    Apply   K  Afcla, tailor, Dhnsmuir Avenue.  FOUND-A   bunch  of  koyB  Apply this oilico.  Mr. James Stewart ha** fold  hit*. residence on Alien Avenue to  Mr. Siniuis, Union.  Mr. J. W, Bryden arrived from  Victoria by Sunday's boat.  Mrs. James   Abrams  loft   for  Vancouver hy Sunday's bout, bo  big summoned there, by tho serious illness of lier daughter,   Mrs.  (.yillumion*,  Iufipector Newton loft by Sun-  day's boat on a tour of in'poction  of tho mainland miiies.  Monster Sale opens at MoLood's  on Sutnrday (pay-day.)  ���������������������������������������������    ������������������ i.-Lllll.���������  i  ns.ii-sw.i_n*  Teciiinsuhs defeated Vancouver  at Inerouse on Saturday by a scoro  of 8-2.  Miss Tiuboll. wo aro pleased to  learn is recovering from a pevero  attack of rheumatism, which lias  cunliiit'il lier to lier homo for several week* past.  Mr, and Mrs H 0. Eindo  and Mrs. H, llryau arrived home  ou Wednesday last, from an auto  triplo jSiiiitiimo and Ludysuiith,  SALARIES   ATTACHED   TO  C A JJ I NET POSITIONS,  There are   fifteen   members of  the Cabinet anil one Minister not  in the Cabinet, with portfolios and  salaries as follows:  Prime Minister and President  of Council.... $12,000  Finance    7.000  Justice...'. .'��������� i ... .   7,000  Trade and Commerce..... 7,000  Secretary of State.....,., 7,000  Marine and Fitheries..',, 7,000  Militia........ .....,,.     7,000  Postmaster General     7,000  Agriculture,...,     7,000  Public Works ,.   7,000  Rail ways and Canals     7.000  Interior.'.     7,000  Customs:...     7,000  Inland .Revenue  7,000  Labor    7,000  NOT IN CABINET  Solicitor General. $5,000  In addition each   Minister has  a sessional ullewauce each year of  $2,D00 and all members of Purlin,  ment travel free on railways.  . ���������������   Mr.Ch an. Timlin-mid Mr. T.  W. Hanson, of Campbell River,  were in town on Monday last.  Mr. Thulin *io mm Hiu hts.***- enter  J.M'ii'illg  b|);;5 J* ���������._���������������������������    ���������-���������(.'ll  uf J).*4  y0i;  tion of tho island, and "\\it, IJnn-  sou is agent for Campbell River  Toivnsito Coin puny.  ������������������o- ���������   Mrs. John Furbow will leave  for Vaueoiiver on Wednesday  morning to meet Ur, Furbow's  oistci', who in expected to n.nvu  from Nova Scotia.   ��������� -  Colin S, Campbell of Vaucou  ver, chief Ueeuse  inspector tor  tbe province, succeeds the late  k'.S. Hussey  as superintendent  of provincial poiice.  Subscription $i.oo a Year  for  , *MM������,.v������_r-w'<*-t___. .*30_*-A4������'_.  | THE CORNER STORE I  AND  RANGES  Furniture and Household  5  stoves* j | Look 0U  fla fob omt  y  GREAT  Baths,  liavatories,  Plumbing 8k  y     ' ;'{  'Plumbing/--^  Supplies  V*'  "t I  >  'A.  TRY THE  Q  mmm  T.E., Bate, Cumberland..,  FOR   PAY-DAY,  AND  WEEK FOLLOWING  <*<-  ���������ft  ..  -���������>  to  stA  ft  ������  tt*  I.-  <*  ' J >'  ���������"#  '���������>  (a  $  ������  tfl.  J. N. McLEOD,  Duri.muir Aw.  Cumberland  THE CANADIAN BANi  OF COMMERCE  L & N. EXTENSION TO  UNION BAY.  Vancouver, Oct. -t���������Sir Thos.  Slirtiighiiesfcy, dresident of the C.  P. li., has authorized the con-  ���������fl'truction of an extension of the  IS,. & N; Eaihvay on "'Vancouver  Inland northward from McBride  Junction on the  Alberni  branch  to Campbell river, a distance bf  57 mi ley. Tenders for clearing  the right-of way between McBride  Junction which in about twenty  miles from Nanaimo and Comox  (Union Bay) have already been  called for, The right-of - wny oii  the northerly, section between Coniox and Uanipbell river has al  ready been cleared.  Tenders for the grading between  McBride Junction and Coniox a  diutahco of 37 iniies, \vill bo culled  fur within the next three months.  Construction of lhe remainder of  the lino to Campbell river will  not be undertaken, until a later  date, probably early noxt spring.  T'l io surveys have ul ready beeu  completed for the entire distance.  Aii exploration survey pnriy has  been in the Held all summer seeking a feasible route north of ���������Campbell river m the direction oh Qtiat  siito Sound. ,;   n   LOST���������A tUrin-v of cornl boado.  A reward of $11,00 will be paid on  tlieir return to this ofllce,  - r *       it*  ,*lis,    if,     Vt ,  Xutjisv,   -.mivcu  DtIKE OF THE YUKON  FLATS.  The following is an extract from  from the Saturday Sunset of Sen.  30th:  '  ���������'TliatMr. Sifton would coyly,  ���������ucei't anything which was not  nailed down is not to be disputed,  and now that ho is a Tory of tin.  Tories���������a brand snatched from  the burning���������what more appro-  priato reward could he be nuked to  receive Itlian that lit* shuuld be  put in line for the peeiige which  ho is admittedly no anxious to obtain?  Tho House of .Urdu mny not  bo tottering to its fall, even  though it is a little bit wobbly in  the knees, though it has already  taken the count up to ���������'nine,"  and lookf- ns if aiiotho*' piuieh  would put it oul. Fancy, then,  with what acclaim would be received the entry of so doughty a  champion as, "Clifford, Lord Sif-  ton, Huron Rut Portage, Viscount  Wiunepegohis and Duke of the  Vnkoii Fiats."  (Loud and prolonged cheering.)  -StREDMUND WALKERr-GV.O.VCCD.rDraLTrPKEsTHiNT'  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaqe.t  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,CC9  . T;HjlSAMLN.fi? BAN K * D EBA������TM E N.7  ,0flTi Canadian Bank of Cotniwirce will receive deposits of. $j ud?'-  _ptfbrds, on which interest is allowed at current ratus. .'Tliere is i* *i  dday in withdrawing* the whole or any portion of the deposit.    Sin.,"!  deposits are welcomed. ��������� ������������������      A ���������,-��������� , *-.  Accounts may be opened in the names' of-two-or.more persons, to I.a  operated by any one of the number or Jjy.'the suf'vivor;'   A joint accc-.*,; c  of this kind saves expense in establishing* the ownership of the mens f  after death, and is especially useful when a man desjrds to provide h c  ���������  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T. :WHITE, M   n , lf  ��������� -li&.iix,  THISTLES TO ENTER Tli  B. C LEAGUE;  V's'fv  Mr. James L, Drown, one of  our football enthusiasts, loft sfor  Victo.iia ou Saturday lust, to attend a meeting, of the B. 0. Soccer  League. Mj, Jb-own will try to  secure a placo for Cumberlnud  Thistles in the league,  The Maroons and the lilack'  and Whites will play au exhibition game of football on the  old recreation grounds ou Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The  game will be for the benefit of  our local hospital. The Ladies  Hospital Auxiliary will take up  the collection.  Inspector Crosby of tlm Royal  Hank of Canada, ami Mrs. Cros-  bv arrived iu town ou Sunday.  .CHOML  UNION ORGANIZED.  After tt Tew abortive mcpiin.--,  the Ciiiuherhind Choral Ui.ii.n I...-,  been finally., organizi'd \\,xi: wii'i  a meinbershij) of berween ftn v  and fifty Indies and pjiitleiiu ii.  The executive consists uf ti ���������  following:���������President, Dr, t'*'- .  Icspioj Vice- President, Mr. i I't .  I'ui'iiliam; Conductor, Mr.' L������'\i,; ���������  Pianist, elm's. Pariilmm; iim",".  ary, Harry Bruw 11; TreiiKino",  slolin Gillespie.  ��������� JVex t Saturday willhe "Ilisspi.  tal Saturdny. ' The ladies will -. .  tend to you on that dny.���������He <m i,.  erous in 11 good  cause,  Mra, W.   P.  Ramsay 'o.jiw������������������*  home from Vancouver   ou   ���������   .  dav.  *  '/:':  /...������������������IJ.  -  8       l������"f|f"f ���������/���������"������<"������ Ik   W f% 0*a   0-m *m m     dm tr*       lif ^* j������ 1���������W   ...    /   ,.������  juaujcS   ivcauy-iu-vvcar   siats.  Blouses, Etc.  C;mh-,  home on Sunday from a visit to  Vancouver and Victoria.  See McLeod'it monster sale ad*  veitUeiiient on innido p������ge.  Miss C, Drew, of Union Bay,  will have u inilliiiiiry opening at  the IJnbn Hotel, on Wediiosday  afternoon, Oct. llth. All flu*  bitent American ntyles will In-  sbo ft n.  SAMPLE HATS  One xh)Z, only I.ndics' Trimmed Hats, iu  all new shanes and colors for winter,  at 93.AO, $4.������t) ana 0*6.80  NBVV FALL ,WAIST8  A bi)*j rnn^������* of mw Waists for Pnll���������Sill*,  Kei, Cbiflbn iu black, cream, gray, sky  blue, lemon, old rose, champagne, etc.  at 93.QO to $8.00  CHILDREN'S COATS  Children's Heaisblu, white Flannel, Tweed  and Rainproof Coals from $2,25 to $4  Goat Sweaters, Toques nud Houneis.  NRWSHOHS  A new stock 01 Men's Uoom. Ladies' Fancy  Slippers in Patent Leather, Gun  Metal and Kangaroo Leathers.  fi  Gajnpbell Bfos  n  m THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  RpuncHJpij  A lattice of Arizona  Ito wit, cd Protn Edmund 11  aXaaf* Melodrama > J������ <  ! ir   JOHN   MURRAY   and J \  MILLS MILLER.  na. by a w.  ham Co.  (Continued.)  With her lined on .luck's shoulder  Echo said: "'Tolly, you tiro a flirt.  You've too many strlnsMn your bow."  "You mean I've loo mony Iipiiih to  tny strings!" lnuplilngly answered tlie  Ctrl.  IYon'11 have Slim. Hoover and Ilnd  Lane shootintr eu<-h other up all on  your aeeount." rinded Kcho.'"  "Nothin' of the kind." pouted Polly.  "Can't  a   jrlrl   have   friends?    Rut. I,  know what you two are waitln' for."  "What?" asked .lack.  "You want me to vamose. I'm hep.  TU vnm." And Polly ran Into the  kitchen to tell the men that the bridegroom had.,arrived, but couldn't be  seen until the bride was thmuvli with  an important interview, with him. So  she hustled them all into the living  room, where the girls were.  This room was a long and low apartment, roughly plastered. The heavy  ceiling beams, hewn with axes, were  uncovered, giving an old .English effect, although this was not striven for.  but made under the stress of necessity. The broad windows were trel-  Used with vines, through which filtered  tbe sunshine. A cooling evening  breeze stirred tbe leaves lazily: The  chairs were broad and comfortable,  the workmanship of the mouks of the  neighboring mission. In the corners  stood squat earthen water jars of  Mexican molding. On the adobe walls  were hung trophies of the hunt, war  bonnets and the crudely made adornments of the Apaches. Navajo blankets covered the window seats and  were used as screens for sets of  shelves built into the spaces between  the windows.  Polly carried in on a tray a large  bowl of punch surrounded by glasses  and gourds. This was received with*  riotous demonstrations. She placed it  in the center of a table made of  planks  laid on, trestles  and.  assisted  Jack ,was in nu uiootl to parley with  ttie offender, McKee bad not been In-  vited to tbe wedding. The young  bridegroom knew tbat if the first of-  j fense   was  overlooked  it   would  only  t encourage  him  and   lie  would   make  i trouble all the evening.   Moreover, he  ! disliked Buck because of his evil habits  jand ugly rex-ord.  | "You came to this wedding without  an invite!" exclaimed Jack.  j   'i'm here." he growled.  "You're not wanted."  "What!" shouted McKee, paling with  | anger;  j Turning to his friends, speaking  calmly and paying uo attention to the  aroused desperado. Jack said: "Roys,  (you all know my objection to this uian.  j Dick Lane caught him spring before  j last slitting the tongue of one of Uncle  Jim's calves."  "It's a lie!" shouted McKee. pulling  tils revolver aud at tempting to level it  nt his accuser. Iloov.er was too quick  for him. Catching him by the wrist,  he deftly forced" hi im to drop .the muzzle toward the lioor.  With'���������frightened cries the girls hud-  ' lied In a corner. The other cowboys  upset chairs, springing to their feci.  drawing revolvers halfway from holsters us they did so.  Hoover had pressed his thumb Into  the back of McKee's hand, forcing him  to open his fingers and drop his gun  ���������m the table.    Picking It up. Hoover  ~_*MhTT)Ilier~gfrls, servedTlte linen 1IBT  ������rally from the bowl.  The guests showed the effects of  outdoor life and training. Their gestures were full* and free. The tones  of their voices were high pitched, but  they spoke more slowly 'than their  eastern cousins, as if feeling the necessity, even when confined, of maifIng  ���������every word carry. No one lolled in  his seat, but sat upright, as if still  having the feel of the saddle under  him.  Toward women in nil'.social, gatherings the cowboys act with exaggerated  chivalry; but. as Sagebrush would describe It, tliey "herd by' their lonesome," There is none of- the commingling of sexes seen in .the east,  At a dunce the girls sit at one'end of  the room, while the men "group them-'  wives about the doorway until the  music strikes up. Then each will  ���������elzc his partner after the boldest has ���������  made the lirst movo. When lhe dance  measure ends, the cowboy will rarely  escort his partner to her seat, but will  leave her to (Ind her way to her chum,  while he moves sheepishly back to the  doorway, to be received by his fellows with ships on lhe back and loud  jeflts. At table cowboys carry on little conversation with lhe girls, They  talk among thenicelves, but at the women. The presence of (he girls lends  them to piny mnny prntiks on one  another. The he Is long In brenklng.  for their linbltiml reserve Is not easily  worn off. I.n!er In the evening thin  shyness Is less marked,  An Jack mid Kcho entered the doorway Parenthesis hnd arisen from his  cent nt the hend of the table and  WUi beginning, "Fellow dtli-cim"-- ,  Confused cries of "Sit down," "Let  lilm tall"." greeted hltn,.  Hngebruuli held up IiIh liiuiil for silence, "(to nliend, I'lirctithcMlH," he  cried eneoiirnglngly,  Parenttiesls climbed on n chnlr nnd  put n foot on the inble, This was too  much for lhe orderly hoiiI of Mrs.  Allen. "Tnke your dirty feet oft' iny  tablecloth!" she coiiiiiiiintlcil. making  u threatening move inwnrd the of.  fender.  Allen restrained her, nud Fresno  cnUHed Pnreiillie.sls to Mitmlde by yell-  ing: "Get down oiTeii Unit tnble, you  Jdiotl There's the bride nu' groom  s.-omln' In behind you, We cun see 'em  through your legs, but wo don't llke  tlmt kin' of n finme,"  Jack Iind sllppeil Iil* nrin nbout  IIHio'h i<M'il'*t vii������ w.|<, li^Mlnj' hi"  hand, smiling nt the exuberance of  their gtioHts. Ruck McKee, who hud  lx-*t* drinking freely, Ktnggerod to Ills  feel nntl hiccoughed; "Here, now, this  here don't go-lliis Hpooiiln' bushiest',  There hain't goln' to be no mush an'  unit' served nut before the wcdtJlu'"-  "Will you shut up?" iidinonlslicil Hllm  Jloover.  "No, -dree!" cried the belligerent Mc-  Ivee, "Tliere hain't no iiiiui here en  shut tno up. I'm Rm-k McKee, I am,  nn* when I stnris In on u-eililln' res'l*. I-  Ilea J (ienl"-  "TIiIh Im iiiii. <!-;init> you um nol In on,"  ���������inxwcri'il Jnck quietly, feeling tlmi he  would have to tnke tin* lend In the set-  ll'tllll'IU of I lie Ultfulllllliitc Iiitcirup.  Hon of the fun.  "Tlmt'n nil right, .lack." McKi*c Iso-  Cm. holding out his hand. "Let by-  tone."���������  Forcing htm to open Ids fingers aml/lrop  'irSTijuTC  snapped the weapon open and emptied  the cylinders of the cartridges.  Jack made no move to defend him-  Bel.f.. He was aware his friends couid  protect him.  "That'll do," he snld to the raging,  disarmed puncher. "You can go, Riick!"  When I want you In any festivities  I'll send a special Invite to you."  "I'm sure much obliged," sneered  McKee, making his way toward the  door.  "Here's your gun," cried Sliinj toss-'  ing the weapon toward him,'  McKee caught the weapon, muttering "Thanks."     .  "It needs cleanin'," sneered the  sheriff.  Turning at the doorway. McKee said.  "I hain't much stuck on weddin's, any-  wny." Looking nt,lack, lie continued  threateningly, "Nest time we meet  It'll be nt n little 'swnree uv my own."  "Get"!" wns Jack's laconic nnd ominous co ni mn nd.  With assumed carelessness McKee  answered; "I'm u-gottln', Well, gents.  I hope you all 'II enjoy this here pink  ten. Say, Rud. put a piece uv weddin'  cako In yer pocket fer me. I wants to  dream on it,".  "Who brought lilm here?" asked  Jack, facing IiIm guests.  "I did," answered Rud defiantly.  "You might have known hotter," wna  Jack's only comment.  "I'm not saying who's to coino and  go,   This Isn't any of my wedding."  Polly stopped further comment* by  laying her hnnd over his mouth mid  slipping Into the sent beside lilm,  "Woll, let It go nt Unit," snld ,J|fek,  closing Uie Incident.  Ue rejoined Kcho ns lie spoko, The  guests resented UieuiselveH. Mrs.  Allen Inld her hand on .luck's shoulder  und snld, "Just the siinie, It nln't right  un' proper for you lo be together before the cereiuony without n cliup-  cronle."  "Nolhiu' Unit's riirlit nice Is ever  right proper," laughed Slim.  "Well, It nln't tlio way folks does  lint'li east," replied Mrs, Allen tartly,  gliirliig nt the sheiltT.  , "Hln tt Hie east!" growled Allen. "Wo  does things In our own wuy out here."  With a mischievous smile, Hllm  glanced at his comrades nnd then solemnly olwervod, "Still, 1 hem* ihey tlooa  imtke the two coiitriic-lln' parties sit off  alone by themselves"���������  "What for'/" nsked Jack.  "Ain't yon gettiug my mother's nonr*  snapped Jack.  The men howled with gh ' nt the  rude,badinage, which only (.���������ailed'forth  a fresh burst of weeping ou the part of  Mrs. Allen, in which the girls began to  show symptoms of joining.  Polly sought to soothe the trouble by  pushing Jack playfully to oue side and  saying: "Oh, sU,u ���������_ all!'���������" Look here.  Echo Allen; you know your hair ain't  fixed yet"  "An" the minjster due here at any  minute." added. Mrs, Allen.  "Come along; we will take charge of  you now," ordered Po'lly. The girls  gathered in a group about the bride,  bustling and chatting, telling her all  men were brutes tit times and. looking  at the fat sheriff, who blushed to the  roots of his hair at. the charge, that  Slim Hoover was the worst of the  lot. Mi's. Allen pushed them away  and again fell weeping on Echo's  shoulder. "Hold on now. They nln't  n soul goin' to no��������� nothin' for her except  her mother." she whimpered.  "There she got-s again." said Jack In  disgust.  "He's goin' to take my child away  from me." wailed the-mother,  Tears were streaming down Echo's  cheek. "Don't cry, mother." she -wept  "No. no. don't cry." Echoed the girls.  "It's all for the best;" began Polly.  "It's all for the best: it's all for the  bet*.** chorused the group.  "Well. I'll be"- gasped Jacfc.    y~  "Jack Payson. you just ought to 1*  ashamed   of   yourself."-   said    Polly  stamping her foot.   "You;-,nasty.mear'  old   thing!"   she   threw   in   for  gooid  measure.   , .        -        ,       '":  Mrs. Allen led Echo from the room  The girls followed, crying. "You hasty  mean old thing!" to-the unfortuimu  bridegroom.  The cowboys enjoyed the scene iin  mensel.V' It was a bit of human come  dy totally .unexpected. First tliej  Imitated the weeping women a nd t hei  laughed uproariously at Jack.  "Did you ever see such darned car  ryings on?" said, the bridegroom h  disgust.   "What hav,^, I,done?"  "Shucks! All mothers is just liki  that." remarked Allen sympathetically  "They fuss if their girls marry, an  they.fuss if they don't. Wh.wniy nu  carried on sotnethin' scandalous whei  Josephine roped me."  All of the men'Chuckled; except .lark'  "I'm appointed* a committee." <*i>n  tined tlie old rancher, "to sit up witl  you till the fatal moment."  "I'm game." responded Jack griiiily  "1   know  what's coming,  but  I  won'  squeal-."**  ,      "You'll   git   all   that's   a-comiii'   ti  you,":grimit'd Allen.  ���������rSlii!f-"-'liad 'iniiii"euvereaT~wtir"h.~  reached the door, blockiug Jack's way  As the-bridegf.odhj started to leave ths  room he took' his hand and with ai  assumption of deep dejection and sor  .. row bade him "Goodby:"  "Oh. dry up!" laughed Jack, piishlnj  the sheriff aside. Hnltinj,. he request  ed. "One thing I want to understnin  right how-lf you're -wing..to (ling nn;  old hoots after- me rciiiove the spurs'  "This here's a sure .enough event  an' I'm goin' to-tap the barrel iin  throw away the bung.    Wow!" shoui  ed"Sngel ������������������''���������'*  (To be continued,)  -_������  Cookery  points  WAR OF THE WALKS.  Buttered Egg* and Tomato.  Wash two ounces of rice thoroughly  and cook It until it is quite tender in  some nicely flavored white stock  which is entirely free from fat, then  pass it through a fine wire sieve and  reheat it in a saucepan containing an  ounce of warm butter and a sultspoou-  ful of curry powder and two tablespoonfuls of thick stewed tomato; stir  it well, add a little; salt and black  pepper arid as soon as it is hot pour  in the beaten' yolk of an egg- Remove the rice from the stove directly  the egg is thoroughly blended with it.  Butter some medium steed molds (preferably the low shape), put a ^moderately thick layer of sieved tongue at  the top of each, then fill them with  the rice, packing it in tightly, and put  into a moderate oven for about1 ten  minutes, or rather less if the heat'is  fierce. On taking the moldsrfrom- the  oven turn the rice out on to a hot  dish and cover the top entirely with  creamy, buttered eggs, sprinkle a little finely minced parsley over the top  aid serve very hot..  Fruit Meringue.  Take two pouuds of any kind of  fruit-f gooseberries are very good-  lump sugar to taste and about half a  gill of water to each pound, according  to the Juiciness of tbe fruit.  Put the water aud sugar into n  saucepan. Lk them boil for five minutes, then add the fruit and cook very  gently till, tender. Beat the whites of  three eggs to a stiff froth and add  three tablespoonfuls of sugar. Put,-,  the fruit into a fireproof dish; spread  the. meringue over it Bake in a sVow  oven till the meringue feels crisp arid  is of a delicate fawn color. Serve very,  cold. '  A Little Risky.  8uppo*?c,your wife���������it is a wild supposition, of course, but let us just imagine it for once���������set up her own judg  ment agaiust yours in son'ie vital mul  ter. Try this way out of tne dimeuiiv  8ay to her:  "My dear, you know tl.��������� my judgment is above criticism, for 1 had tin  inspired wisdom to select you from  nmong the many, but you, on the oln-  er hand, cannot place ��������� absolute m-  liance upon your,, judgment il, ulter  accepting me, you find yourself wavering as to your eonlklence in my ability to direct our ways." ���������  You will readily see that a wife in  wisdom cannot protest against such ���������_  diplomatic assertion of domestic leadership.  The "'Peacemaker,"'  Thia wus the., title earned by tbe Earl  of Solbornu on account of the splendid  work which he did while Ifigh Com-  miftsioiicr in South Africa,, from 1005 to  1010. He is an ardent sportsman, a*  well xxs ix clever administrator, a fact  tliat recalls a joke which ho made ut  the expense of a Frenchman who went  out partridge-shooting with his lordship's parly one day. The Frenchman  waa a very jKK>r nhot, and on thu -itt-  cond du-y -wmieonu iilv breukfni*t snid  to I^fjrd SellHtrne, "Whai shnll wo  Bhoot to^layP" "The I',roiit*hin'ati|" ho  replied gfcuvely, "for if we, don't,shoot  him, it h a tliotisund "to' oue hu'wii]  bug xx������ before lunch."  Coniirtdrurru,  Who In llieiuuisi tuceeKssfuMurvi-vnrJ  A kliur, bt-eliuiisi he ik uibuurch ol ull  he (tin veyti  When is nn original lde������ llkeaclockl  When it Mlnks-H iiim-������  Whnt eiinnoi b** culled n dlsliiiereHr������*_  net of hor-pltiuity'/ luiiteriiiiiiiiu' t*  hofm  Whfri Ix fi nir*r������*r rup mom llkel-/ to  "Whv.  to clve theni the  hint  bit of t ninV  '-Whisn it \j -i\n.,.r\  (inlet enjoyment they're coin' iw have  for the rest of their IIvwn," eliuckluil  Slim.  The cowboys laughed lilliirloiisly ut  tliu stilly, but Mrs. Allen,'tliruwlug lier  nriiiH nbout ICcho'a heck, bui'st Inlo  iuiiitt, t-t.viti-4, "My iitlie Ktrl, j  "What's the use of o|ieiiln' up the i  hIuIcch now, JosepliliieV"  "Let her nlone, Jim," drawled Hllm. I  "Her feelln's Is hniTowetl wnite, tin' '  frilgntloii Is what they needs iiiomI."  The (iiilbursl of tenrs wnu liii-oiii|ire-  iietisllile to the bt'lilcgn'oin,. Already  Irritated by (he McKee Incident. In*  took   ItlTl'iiIlt   nl   lhe   (lliplily   of  HC'ltl  meiit. Ue cried, "I don't want nny  crying at my wedding!"  "It's half my wedding," potiteil Kcho  tearfully.  "Ain't I IisnIij' my dui'gllU'r's*" sobbetl  Mm. sVllcu.  Whv \* a mini Himt iiiiprii-iont'il MIia  a bonr full ot. water r Moth net-u iniii.  Ing out  Why If* n mouup like n load uf hay?  Heeiiiine the cut'II eut It  Why li" tiie Urn! enU'is-w* of n' brood  I1U������ Hie niuinnuisi of ������ Hhlp* ' Hccinii'sj  It'll a little ulii'iid ol lhe ilium tinlcU  Wfn������h doe"* ii yow invitine iHinli'd  prop*ri,W   wiiMn'mrned mio m heio  When Ir h new; dreM eider tlimi an  old one? When II in morv tinoliei un-  ttt}������a.  Why, l������ Vnifm TIioh tffta a mortem  hovY I twin i ������e he trurels ny cyciei  tbliycieiu. ^^  Wltchfi ���������nd Maonk*.  Witches line ihe nhii|'ci������ of miigplei  best Jn   Hut-Hli-.    Itustlca there often  gibbet n -<s>inl magpie tn mnrif nwn*i  wilt lieu 1 runs Mtsitiie* and cow khbdu.  Cantaloup* Salad. v - ..  Select four cantaloupes of uniform  size; chill, then cut oil' a small section  that may serve as a lid. Fill each  cantaloupe with whipped cream which  has been sweetened and mixed with  finely chopped ginger and murshmal-  lowa. Put the cantaloupe in a freezer  or bucket, pack In equal quantities of  Ice and rock salt__and._let_8tand_for_.one  hour. Serve upon a platter filled with  crushed ice and garnish witb nasturtiums and their leaves. Or the cantaloupes could be filled with whipped  cream stiffened with lemon or any  sweet jelly.  Raipberry and Currant Salad.  Half,, a pound eqcb of raspberries,  red or white currants and stoned cherries, two bananas, two oranges, half  a can of pea ra or pineapples. Remove the stalks from the raspberries,  currants and cherries. Peel and cut  the bananas and oranges into very  small pieces, taking out tbe orange  pips.  Cut also tbe penrs or pineapples into  small dice. Put the fruit In a salad  bowl and pour over some of the pineapple dr pear juice. Let It stand in  the icebox for one hour before serving. '-' . y"  Eggs a la Ruaia.  Egga a la Russe is an artistic dish  and most appetizing. It Is composed  of whole hurd boiled eggs from which'  the shells aro carefully removed, then  tho eggs laid about n round dish liko  a soup plate, their surfaces decorated  with littlo pieces of truffles, a border  ot finely mlneed vegetables flecked  with little mounds of caviar, and tho  whole fringed with white lettuce  leaves and diamond shaped pieces of  smoked salmon. Tbe color scheme ot  this dish Is most novol ond attractive.  Humor* of th* Right of Way on th*  Strecrtt of Havana.  Between fi and 3 o'clock in the after  noon Uuvana begins to. revive from  tbe lull which falls at about 11, for.  ultbotiKh tbis city no longer frankly  retires to sleep the siesta as she ought,  she does doze dully in the motionless  thick heat of midday.  After 3 one sees ladies venturing  forth iu twos and threes to the streets  where the best shops' are. 'Thi? is the  hour tu which to witness, it one has  eyes aud humor for It, u whole series  of comic <H*cnrrences.  Havana's sidewalks are narrow,  nnd'their lack of widtb.jrives rise tc  tome Ideal eustoms and a deal of heartburning One does not keep hard to  the richt. regardless, in approaching  another-person traveling aloug iht;  narrow flagging In the.opposi'e direction. One must take uiider advisement ses, age, color and ^la-sent cssndl-  tion of Pei'viicde as bl������Ptcd forth fot  all to r.ead in the details of. personal  attire. -    ���������*  Men usually give women the Insidi.  of the walk, stepplug down when  nwessary to let them pass. Servlnp  people.' regardless of age and sex, and  all othersyvbo so humble themselves  as to carry packages are expected tc  yield the walks'to their superiors, whe  then are about evei-ytiody they meet.  '���������Frequently, of course, it .is'.difficult  io make in the flash of turning u cor  ner all the nice calculations requlslit-  to deciding who ������|iall. have tbe walk  and Who shall surrender It, *  .yt. know of nothing funnier than it  watch two fairly well dressed uud cor  puleut Cuban ladies determining, at*  they stand tottering, face to face on a  foot wide flagging.'the whole delicatt  problem of their relative rauk. Tht  one arrayed in the giddiest garmeut  seems usually to win.  If there Is small choice in color and  cost ^between thp ,'ji.ink, costume of out  and the blue fostuibe of the other  the.one with thestraightest hair stands  fast and the other walks round, sometimes with gruuts'and comments sottc  vove.   ��������� ��������� *���������'-."'.., '-'���������  Or, all details seeming equal they  face each other and glare until the ont  with least nerve wilts, swerves into'ao  adjacent doorway, and the victorious  one. sweeps by with uptilted chin and  exultant petticoats.���������Irene A. Wright't  "Cuba."  QUEER SCOniSH LAW  DIFFERS    IN    MANY    RESPECTS  FROM ENGLISH CODE.  A Delicious Fruit Salad,  Biz largo, Urm npplen, one bnnotm,  ono orange, a small bunch of whito  grapes, half a cupful of broken walnut  mentfl, half a cupful of sliced candled  fruits and ono tenspoonfiil of vunllla  extract. Chop tho apples, orango nnd  ban'nna very line, add tlio nuts, can-  died fruit nnd vanilla and mis well,  Unrnlsh the top, ;wltb the gropes,  hnlved nhd stjeded/ If tho nppler>nro  vory sbiir add n littlo augur, i^orvo  on small dainty platen. \.  To Fry Muih Quickly,  Mnko tho mush In the usual way, except that it Is not necossnry to cook It  so long. Bavo a tablespoonful ench of.  lard and butter smoking hot ln a skil*  1������. Lift tho hot mush to tho skillet by  spoonfuls nnd flatten It out It fries  quickly nnd ts aweeter nnd crisper thou  when Allowed to got cold nnd then  fried.   It Ih delicious when served with  Warning Befor* Command.  In bringing up my children 1 found  that at night when tbey were tired  they-were.eparedmany-tears by-being  warned before 1 gave tbem a strict  command. Instead ot saying "Now It  Is time to go to bed. Put away yoar  blocks at once." 1 would suy. "It linearly time to go to bed. Finish your  bouse flrat and then put a wuy yout  blocks." In this way the children  wet.* fully prepared to go, aud there  was .consequently no begging aud nc  temptation for me to show my lack  of tlrmncss by, being persuaded* to allow tbem to build "just one more  house."  Imagine a mother In the midst of no  absorbing chapter being told by one Id  higher uuthOrlty to put down her book  at once aud go to bed. Would It not  save a frown of Impatience to be told  to finish tbe chapter, first?���������Harper's  "&asar. J' ,,  (fc  '. ������������������������.iiss ������������������    si ii ammmmmmmmmmmimmmm  A Curioilty of Sound.  If when riding In n balliKin at I  .height. Bay, of-2,001) feet a charge of-  guueotton bo flired electrically 100 feel'  Mow the car, the report, though really  ns loud us a cannon,' sounds uo more  . I linn a pistol shot, possibly partly  owing to the greater rarity of the air,  but chiefly beciiuse the sound, having  no background to reflect- It, simply  spends Itself In the nir. Theu, ulways  nnd under nil conditions of atmosphere  there ensues nl'mollite silence until the  time for the'eiiift iiiiVU from.earth hoe.  fully elapsed, when n deafening olit,  burst of thunder rises from below,  rolling on often,for moro than half a  mluuto. ���������'''.'���������"  Impartial,  Professor c, Alpbonso Smith once  wrote nu ICn-jllsli grammar. .The boob  wiih published while Dr. Rmlth win  touching at lhe University of North  Cnrollnii, One dny ho received from  n farmer n letter containing tho follow*  tng:  "1 nm glad somebody has wrltton an  Impartial grammar ut lust."  Dr. tinilth Imnifdluicly wroto to thf  farmer .iisklng what ho meant by no  "Impartial gruinm-'r." Tho nnowur  was;  "You give the children thin sentence  to parse: 'One.Coufederuto killed ton  Ynnkeea.' "-New Vork PiwL  Boiled Drilling,  For boiled drwsltig bent up two eggs,  ndd bnlf o pint of vinegar, one ten-  spoonful of snlt, n dnsh of red p''PP������*r,  four tablespoonful* of snear nntl two  ounces of butler. Mix wellntid cook  In n double boiler, stirring eonstniitly  until tho dressing hns thickened. Then  cool nnd servo. This dressing mny bo  thinned wltb cither cream ur olive oil,  Whir* Honaity Fallid.  "You nre still hnving troubio In your  search for nn liouest mnnV"  "Yen," replied Diogoneu. "Thero nre  plcuty .who nre scrupulous nbout bust-  niwH uud polltleH. Hut I hnvo nover  yet found a mini ao honewt that he  Law of Marriage Stems Very Loot*,  But It Is Made Almost Impoiiibltf  - For a Man to Deceive a Woman^  ���������Jurist Have Fifteen Members and  , Judgai Ar* Properly Senators of>  the Col leg* of Justice.  Very lew people who have not either been brought up in Scotland or  -spent  a considerable   time   in   that  'country are  aware how widely  an<J  (fundamentally it differs in its system*  !of jurisprudence from the remainder  oi the British Empire.   The foUovyiug.  facts���������which  bv  no means  exhausts  the subject���������will prove oi general interest, says Ideas:    ,  :   It  will be  curious, to  learn  that  rio marriage can legally take place i������  Scotland, whemer by the sheriff, the-  ���������ininiater of the Established  Churchr  or the humblest dissenting "Ranter,"  '.without Ine previous intervention of  'the* registrar of marriages.  Banns art*  not 'necessary, but only the  Church of  Scotland can  validly    publish them. .  When this method is followed, however,- a certificate from the clerk of  Uie kirk session must be taken to the--  registrar certifying   that   the- banns*  were duly  published  and  nonobjections offered.   Upon this-the registrar ���������  issues  the  license���������that is  the legal-  authorisation to -the person���������minister  of auy denomination���������who is to perform  the ceremony,  and  with it  ������  documeiiCt'o.be filled up and returned*-  to the registry.   To conclude this sec---  tion, if nny number-rsay a dozen���������of  people form .themselves1 into  a con-  gregation o(-i>say���������New Episcopaliai^^  appointing a bishop and presbyter ,'ano5  so on, and order  that any  of  these-  "ministers" is regarded, by  them aa-  authori'zed  to  marry 'their  members,,  every marriage-thereafter "celebrated"  or, "solemniied'^ or ptirforraed by;any  such person is regarded by Scottish  law as a legal and valid marriager  resolvable only by divorce on statu'  tory grounds'": It is fretquently assert^  ed  that marriage-law  is very loosff  in Scotland, but this is the opposite*  of the truth.    Scottish law makes it  as  nearly  impossible  for;. a man to*  "fool" a woman sis it is possible to do,  .   In. England  and Ireland  solicitors'  all rank alike.   In Scotland "writer"  is  the  equivalent  of  solicitor;  then-  there  is a   grade    above    that,  the-  "writer io the signet"; and, still higher, the "writer" who is a I'S.C.C."���������  solicitor to the Supreme Court. Then?  are-no barristers    in- Scotland/the*  equivalent being advocate, the equiv-  _alent���������oila__3rxmniptOAe_^  vocate' depute '���������that is, the deputy ot  the Lord Advocate,,,who is, again, ii������  Scotland, the equivalent of the Attorney-General, but his powers are much  greater than the latter.   Then again,,  there is no such thing as a K.C. in*  Scotland,   Many Scottish lawyers are-  entitled to   put ;"K.C;"   after   their  [names, but these  are  also member*  of the English or Irish Bars.   Further, "B.L," does not indicate barrister-  <at-law in Scotland; it stands, instead,.  Jor the university degree-of bachelor- ,  of-law.  There is no Law School nor  Inns of Court in Scotland other that*  those oHhe universities; and the educational .standard   required   for   the*  Scottish Bar is incomparably higher���������  as it is (or the churches���������than elsewhere in the United Kingdom,   Very  many writers���������equal to solictors���������have'  the B.L. degree, and the vast majority  ���������of..them are'university men,  There is*  no   coroner   in'-.-���������Scotland,   while   the  sheriff is a judge.   1 remember-Lordt  Guthrie, who was such a leading feature in the recent Divorce Commis-  >cion,  a sheriff.    English  and   Irish  iudges are only "my   lord"  on tht*-  bench, unless  thoy  be  ennobled an*  Jieers, ns the Lard Chief Justices of  inglund and Ireland are ut present.  On the other'hand*, the term "judge"  js unknown in Scottish,law. The equivalent ure'"Senators of the, College*  of: Justioo," every*member of .which,  on appuintment becomes, ipso facto,.  a lord, on or off tho bench und can.  either retain his personal name us that,  most delightful of men, .Lord Stor-  mouth Darling, or the present Lord  Chancellor of England, who is u  Soolsmuil nnd wus a Senator of the*  Collogo ol Justice, who took the poetic  title of Lord Loreburn.  SoottiHli law, despite Scottish Pro-  testantiBin, is mainly based on cnn on.  law, English and Irish law or Romai>  law, T)i|* robes of Scottish "judgos"  are survived ecclosiiiBticul vostmunts.  A criminal jury in Scutlnnd consists,  of fifteen inembors. A majority of  theso "Iind" the verdict. Then* are*  throo verdicts open to the jury���������"Not-  Guilty,"''Not Proven," und "Guilty."  Thus if lour jurors say "not guilty,"  flvo "not proven," and six "guilty,"'  that Ib a verdict of "guilty," and the*  accused Is couvicted, but, of oour������oP  tho sontonco would relloot tho fact  thnt nn aotual majority of tho jury  hod rufusod -to say "guilty" by two  to one. It is obviouii that such a ro-  ���������ult ti i diaanroomont of the jury  ennnot oocur. Tho effect of a vcTdict"  M "not proven" has tho nnmo effoot  upon tho liberty of tho accused, but  not upon Ids character, as not guilty.  Ho onrinot, a* is often erroneously  believed, be re-nrrestod on that chnrgu  Inn  mWttor  whnt  new  evidence,   mltshf  crop up.   It is also obvious thnt thir  woiuum try to ring in u purtruit tafcou | verdict, o( "not guilty" is much more'  wiiiui lie wiih ten yeiirx younger whou i absolving since it wns onon to the*  yon ank hltn for u picture for publlcn-   J">7Uito lay "not proven" if they hn*  doubln.  you hhU hltn for u pic  Hon."-NViiwiilngtou Blur,  Cream Q������Ud Drttflng,  To prepnre erenm unlnd diesulng rub  the .roll*** of tlirtr linnl luilleileiiUH to  I Kiuoolli |mHie, t*niiliiuIl,v udd one tea-  Inditpmiiable.  Thnt bnmiiiei tonight "won't got  lilting without inn,"  "Vou have ii pretty good opinion of  yourMs-'If.   Hilled tor n Hfsm'hV"-  "(Hi. no. I wiin invlnii io llwou."���������  l.iinlMvllle Coiii'ler-Joiiriiiil.  Onco a prisoner hn������ "tholed nn  Assir.o" that in. hits* been put. on trine.  ���������ho can't bo put back, nnd, in the  ���������ovont ol n crown witness, sny, dylnu,.  no poit|ionement oan tako place. If  tho crown Ilnd, niter the prisonor Ir  ���������rrnigntxl, thnt they can't go on thn*  court VinB no power to postpone, nhd  j tho prUoner walks out of the dock.    I lift has "tholed nn Asm**.*;,"  "".*" I    Th������re I* no oounty to county Asiit*",  ^r-aat. j but th*i Collego of ���������Justfee, as a crini  Kleker-Hnve you a rook encnired at   |nal w0it only, goes on "circuit" n.tsv  pre*,eiity   unleker-l think wt; there'i   lau thnn eight times a year, while.  T?!'".'-0/.-"m" m,^,,;n,,���������7,n!", ������'    ��������� mun ...it In the ktttutn every night- ! ������s in tho Inmoui ArdUrnont cane.'niiy  lugnr. two tnhleHpoonfnl-1 of rlnepr , ��������� ������������������,,.������������������������������������,, | crlmiu.il cause, no matter where t\ws  ind onotpnrtpoonful of nniHtard. Whip i ..-.-. ....-  ,t*__,   ��������� ...     \  op one pint of d������mhle crenm till ���������mrjotb !    ��������� ���������_. ,        _!" 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We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.     :     :  Order  From  Nearest Branch  Ontario   Veterinary   College  TEMPERANCE STREET, TORONTO. *  - Affiliated with tho University of Toronto, and under -the control of  tlie Department of Agriculture of    Ontario.      Infirmary    for    Sick  Airimals  at the College. , ... ,  COLLEGE     RE-OPENS    OCTOBER 2nch.   1911.  N.   B.���������Calendar on  Application. ,      .  E.   A.   A.   GRANGE,   V.S.,   M.S.,    Principal".  , CLOTHES' INSURANCE���������A paid-up " policy '  against the.ordinary troubles of \Vasl1-da3-���������is yours if  you use oue of  EDDY'S WASHBOARDS  THE BOARDS WITH THE LABOR-SAYING CRIMP  Substitution doesn't  pay���������it means  to  you loss  of  -confidence-aud-to-the-Grocer-4oss-of-a-c-ustoiuei--:rFliere-  are no Washboards "just as  good"  as   Eddy's.  coming from the United States. Hence  although the British exporter can now  send hiss goals of this class free of  duty, he no longer finds himself in a  favored position as compared with his  American rival. ���������" It islnn open, business question to pay a" duty and, have  one's rival pay a-still higher 041 ft, then  to iind' oneself placed on a footing of  absolute equality. It is true that the  bulk of natural products imported into Canada come from the United  States but it is an error to suppose  that there is uo such import to our  market from Great Britain. The statistics given by the Canadian government show an import of natural products from the United States but it is  an error *to suppose thot there, is' no  such import to our market from Great  Britain. The statistics given by the  Canadian government, show an import of natural products from the  United States included under the first  schedule of the reciprocity compact  for the year 1910 of the value of $32,-  913,823.. But the imports of this class  from' the United Kingdom for the  same year amounted to $6,394,638, .  ���������'Moreover there is another part of  the Reciprocity Compact which lowers  duties in-favor"of "the United State's  and the twelve favored nations without entirely-removing-them.  In this case the British duty stays  exactly where it. is, or if the proposed  reciprocal rate is lower, it is brought  down to that level. In these cases  therefore the preferential advantage  is either considerably lessened or even  disappears altogether.  V .- ; -  An Order  "Won't you please, sxive me an order?" pleaded the. persistent commercial traveller.  "Cerlainlv," replied the crusty proprietor.   "Get out '."���������Tit-Bits.  C P. R. WILL EXPORT COAL  To  the    United    States���������Extensions  Being Built on Lines  WHAT'S IN_A NAME?  Qietr Cognomens. Bestowed on Equine  Aristocracy.  j    A man can change his name wheu  1 he grows up, if an unkind parent has  I weighted   him   with   something   like  "Gatacre Majuba Buller." as at least  one child was christened during the  Boer War.   But a horse! Well, a norse  can only kick, but hit name sticks.  The  appearance  of  a  blue-blooded  baby foal ou this earthly sphere immediately sets sportsmen thinking out  a suitable name.   The ideal name is,  it is st���������od am th. cm_ r������ti. tZTi'J ^tt?������L-*-  Cause Enough  "You thinkj^ie will marry again?"  "I  consider it probable.    Her late  husband  left  some  tobacco coupons,  ���������but not enough to get anything with."  ���������Washington Herald.  ���������Always spread cornmeal out on  spnpur to dry thoroughly before putting it away.  Never wrap steel or silver in a woollen cloth. ��������� Use. the softest tissue  paper.  'To remove fly specks from varnish-  ���������ed surfaces, use equal parts of water  and Hkim milk, warmed.  MrrjoKn  Tyrrell  IIIwelkM  "It waa Iri tho lattor nnd of tho  year 100s that a nasty itoh onmo  through my. Hkln,- and 1 scratched it  until I toro tho llosli. I tried several  .ointments to no olToct. I wont to a  eldn hospital.   Thoy itdvlgod mo to  go to tho Hospital, but I ro-  Jixwf. I could not Hloep with tho  comjt'uit Itoh. I wa* that way until  on 0 about tho month of January.  Ono 'ay I chanced to ueo lu the papers  a on������ llko mine, but I gavo It no  crou-mm. At Inst I nald, ' I will try  the Cutloura Homodios.' Witli tho  fir-; wnsh ami Outioura Ointment I  tuxl, J. lotinti their el!t.*cw. i got  pr,-* ho* of the Olntmont nw**, nntl  In lost* than ono week tho skin wnu all  right, and loft no trncoB nftor it. I  havo not hnd a return of llm mumi  ninoo, and I shall always praiso tho  Outioura Homed le������ aa twin?, tho  moans of my ouro."  l^lKllOlij   .WlIlN   ilss.IVsl.Uj,  , 0*1, Scotland Uoud, Liverpool,  In a further loiter Mr, Tyrrell oddn;  "Tim fli'Ht appearand* of my skin  oam'tna was a btiriiirig Itoh vvhlfh I  tow and loft my body, logs and nrms  ono mass of sores, it onum-d sloop-  lost) nights, but uow I can sloop an  well tw ever,"  futicura.  BRITISH CONNECTIONS  An .Oil fov All Men.���������Tho, sailor, the  soldier," the'fisherman, the lumberman,  the out-door laborer and nil who are ex-  liospd to injury and the elements will And  in Dr. Thomas' Kelectrie Oil a. true nnd  faithful friend. To ease pnin. relieve  rl1011m.1tism. it has no eqtitst. Therefore,  it should havo a plnce in all home medicines nnd those taken on a journey.  Maud���������Charley is so poetical. When  T accepted him hn felt like an immigrant entering a new world."  Ethel���������"Well, wasn't he just landed?"���������Boston Transcript.  Wilson's Fly Pads are sold by practically nil Druggists, Grocers and General Stoj*es_througho_ut Canada. They  kill "many times' more "flies "than any'  other article. 0  fie Railway is preparing to, market im  mouse shipments of coal in the United  States in the near future. The C. "P.  K. is expending huge, sums of money  in rushing to completion, extensions  from- the Pacific Coast and the Northern boundary of the United States to  it.s productive coal deposits in the  Rocky mountains. The C. P. R. lines  already come within striking distance  of the international boundary at several points and with the other extensions that are now being built the  Rocky Mountain coal mines will be in  active competition with United States  mines for tlie trade of the Pacific  northwest. An idea of the enormous  expenditure involved in the building  of those new western lines hy the C.  P. R. can be had from the statement  that altogether construction work is  being gone on with on over one thousand miles of new line. Most of these  extensions arc being built as feeders  from the country north of or parallel  to the line, but are also a goodly number of miles of track which is stretching down toward, the boundary line,  and they afford . excellent opportunities for the building up by the C.  P. R. of a flourishing trade in Canadian Rocky Mountain coal with the  United States.  Would Free Trade With United States  Hurt Preference?  A great many people believe that if  any measure of Free Trade be adopted with the United States, the only  natural result of that policy would be  British Preference', which has existed  between Canada and.Great Britain  for the past, thirteen years.  ln 1898 a. preference, of a reduction  of duties to the extent of 25 per cent,  was extended by Canada to the  United Kingdom, and in the. year 1900  this lueforenee was increased from  or.  Agitated Old Gent���������Quick! My  daughter is overboard! Save her and  she shall be your wife!  Base Person���������Wait till a wave rolls  Over and I can see her face!���������Puck.  Minard's, Liniment  Cures   Distemper,  "What is the period at which a woman thinks more of dress than anything else?" "Tiio time between infancy and old age."���������Toledo Blade.  "Did you manage to raise anything  worth eating." "I think so," replied  Ihe niniiteur gardner. "The cutworms  and caterpillars all thought well of  it."���������-Waslington Star.  SUMMER  MONTHS FATAL  TO SMALL CHILDREN  The summer months are the hardest of thp year on small children.  Cholera infantum, diarrhoea, dysentery and stomach troubles are all  common at this time nntl many a  precious life is snuffed out after only  a few* hours illness. As a safeguard  mothers should keep Baby's Own  Tablets in the house. An occasional  dose of the Tablets will prevent  stomach and bowel troubles, or if the  trouble comes on suddenly will bring  the little one through safely. Mrs.  Larry DeGrace, Mizonette. N. B.,  writes: "Last summer my baby suffered greatly from her stomach and  bowels and nothing helped her till I  began giving her Baby's Own Tablets. They regulated her bowels,  sweetened her'stomach, and now she  is a big, healthy, happy child. The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  _0r bj____ni_ai 1. at__25 cents _a._box_J_rojn  Tlie"   DrT "Williams' " Medicine'   Co.",  Brockville, Ont.  Hard Times Ahead  Mrs. Knicker���������"They say Paris is  crazy over fringe."  Knicker���������"Well, I'll wear it on my  trousers if vou get any more dresses."  ���������New York Sun.  Soap and Ointment  _i������ Mirt by ilruMUU t wrrwlMt**. I'm tu Drtitt  * Vhtm. iDorp, Ma JTop*, WotMii, Mua.  lailssd tans, CutWur* nook oa s_la iIIumus*.  preference was increased fr  > to ft'LV per cent. The existing  Canadian Tariff (that of 1907), while it  does not everywhere grant a preferon-  tinl duty of exactly .'W.W. nor cent.,  lias ti schedule of duties which vuvy  from article to article, but in which  the general principle of the reduction  bf duty by one-third, . in favor of  Great Britain hns been observed.  This system since its establishment  has mot" with universal approval. It  wiih supposed to carry with it the assertion that henceforth the l)ominion  of Canada proposed to unite- itself in  special trade relations with the British  Isles, and to cut itself free from any  entangling nllinnees, in the commercial sense, with countries outside, of  tho, British Umpire. Preference in  fact, was looked upon as the negation  of Reciprocity.  The system met. wjth general .approval for the reason that its oeo-  tiomie basis wn*t perfectly sound. It  win* felt on nil sides .that the time wns  still far distant when tlm, Dominion  nntl Grent Britain eould be on terms  of absolute free trade with one nnothor, Canndii could not, afford to  dispense, with its ninnufnctuting nnd  industrial system, which hutl been  built up witli ho much pains nnd effort, nnd in the general prosperity of  mu* country. In us much as tho costs  of niniiiifiietiiie, owing to low wagon,  nro very much loss in Grout Britnin  thnn they nro in Canndii,' it win*'friH  to ho unfair to nsk the Cnnndinn iiinii-  iifiiolurer to slnnd in oompotitlon, on  oven terms, wit|i the. British producer  whose business could ho carried on at  11 very much lower 'cost. The safeguarding of homo Industries therefore,  nnd the erentlon of what could proper,  ly ho culled 11 national system .wita  recognised ns the cardinal prinoiplo  of Cnnndinn lrnd<* policy.  Tf th!" ps-dlmr '������ *ini <*r\t*md. thon Ihs-s  sooner it is done nwny with thn bettor.  The reciprocity compnet would certainly have (his effect, nnd if the preferential system under which wo have  now boon trnding for thirteen years  hns boon a nnllonnl error, Reciprocity  mny ho wob������omod if n llrtt *������totv in  nnothor direction. But if on the  other hand, the Preferential System  rests upon iissound, national, nnd imperial hnHis, then, the Uooiiprocity  Compnet cnn only bo regarded ns n  dnngerous interference with one of the  mnin supports of our present imperial  ayt-leiu,  There onn bo but little doubt ns to  tils* fuels of tin* ipifplioll.    Ill  ills: lil'st  place, the Reciprocity compact, ndmits  practically the whole rnngo of'nnlurnl  products free of duty, both from the  United States ami Qrent. Britain,  into the Canadian market. Until now  a duty hnd to ho paid on imports of  this cliiss lnno Csci'stt Britain, but u  still higher duty waa paid on imports  Lady of the House���������"T know \hn\_  your character hits been blackened,"  Applicant���������"Yes, ma'am; flint's where  my lust missus spilt, the ink on it.' ���������  iRiiltinurrc American.  Short Story  "How long does, vour husband' expect to be in New York?"  "Oli, not long. He only took .MOO  with him."���������Chicago Record-Herald.  Arahiiin desert dwellers'shake hands  eight times when thoy meet.  Minard's Liniment cures garget in cows  Phrenologist���������"Dear me, your bump  of destructiveness is very large. Are  you a soldier?"  Customer���������"No; I'm a chauffeur!"  ���������Sydney Bulletin.  that  will  automatically  indicate' thii  youngster's pedigree.  Many horses get their names in  quite a haphazard way. For instance.  One Away was so called because the  son of t *_ owner- had a habit of calling this expression out loudly every  time he gave a miss at billiards!  Many owners, too, huve a craze for  al.iterative names, and these generally find favor with the public. Among  tliern may b" recalled Tommy Tittb>-  mouse, the last mount of the most  famous of all jockeys. Fred Archer,  'men there were tnose well-known  horses, Pretty Polly and Blink Bonny.  Some years ago everyone was talk-  i..g about Lord Abingdon's Pot-8-O's,.  a horse which won a nut..ber of races,^  and was sire of two Derby winners'.  Lord Abingdon offered one day,'  when on a visit to his trainer, one. of  the stable-boys dye shillings if he  could spell the name Potatoes���������which .  he had previously fixed upon���������correctly. Tlie boy was puzzlea for a minute, but, taking a piece of chaik, he  scrawled on the corn-bin "Pot-8-O's."  which so amused his lordship that he  altered his own spelling to suit the  stable-boy's, as well as giving him  the five shillings for his ingenuity.  Quarrelsome lovers may take a tip  from the. naming of Reconciliation,  whose sire and dam \ver-> Love Wisely  and Sulks! Another olevcrly-named  horse was Chestnut Sunday, by Bush-  ey Park and May Race.. It will, be  recalled that May is tho time for the  Londoner's visit to see the gorgeous  chestnuts in flower in Bushey Park.  Mr. John Ccrlett, the well-known  newspaper owner, christened one of  '.us horses Let Go the Painter. The  sire was Velasquez, named after the  great Spanish painter, end the,-dam  was Torpedo; so an apter name could  hardlv hnve been chosen.  His late Majesty King Edward VIT.  was very particular abtrut the christening of hi9 horses. That famous  horse, Diamond Jubilee, viis so named  at the express wish of Queen Alexandra, in eomr, moration <-l the jubilee  of Queen Victoria. King Edward's  first Derby winner, Persimmon, received its name lv a. simple combina-.  tion of those of hH sire *nd dam, St.  Simon and Perdita II.  ___The���������,lat.e_____Duke���������_oL,D_e3_onahire__\va9_,  responsible for a clever name when  he chose Burgundy, out <vf lsinglass-  Burgonet. Caruso���������the horse, not the  singer���������was a colt, whose parents were  St. Frusquin and Melba.  But -nowadays horses set naitees that  thoy need not, as a rule, be ashamed  of. Ih tho past, however, the most  ridiculous names were foisted upon  the long-suffering animals. - Here I Go  with My Eye Out was an i������.xtraordin-  ary one familiar to race-goers of a past  generation. Doncaster, whitih won the  Derby, was the sire of Bend Or. Before he carried off the classic race, he  had the extraordinary and ridiculous  name, of All Heart and No Peel.  ZAM-BUK CURES SUNBURN  Neglect of a sunburn on face, arm  or neck often leads to the after growth  of skin which is freckletl or coarse;  and this is particularly distressing to  ladio.v Timely application of Zam-  Buk and regular use of Zam-Buk Soap  will prevent this. Zam-Buk is a herbal balm, which soothc-s and cools the  burned skin, and assists nature to replace the damaged tissue with soft,  velvety skin. Zam-Buk Soap is specially made for tender skins.  Zam-Buk is also good for stings,  scrnteh.es, heat sores, blisters on  hands or feet, and all skin injuries.  Applied to these it quickly stops the  smarting, and ensures quick healing.  As it is free from animal fat, and mineral coloring matter, it is particularly suited to the delicate skin of babies  suffering from heat rashes, chafed  places, etc. Sold everywhere by Druggists and store-keepers. Zam-Buk 50c.  box. Zam-Buk Soap 25c. tablet', or  box of :. for sOc.  Mrs. Idler���������"Let's see! Wasn't  there some scandal concerning that  Broadhesd girl?"  Mrs. Chatter���������"Oh. yes! don't you  recollect? She married for love!"���������  Puck.  The Kidneys  Wear Out  1. ____.-���������  But Many People of Advanced Y������ar3  Hnvo Learnod How to Keep Theso  Organs Healthy by Using  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Tho kidneys nre often thn find, organs of thu body to cnuso trouble,  Their work of filtering the blond is  greatly iuoroiisod by uxoi'ssiyo eating,  or liy the use of highly Hoiisoiu'd foods  iind iilcoholio drinks.  As nilvimct'd ago comes on most  peoplo suffer more or less from derangements ������f tho kidneys. With  some there oro yours nf pains iiml  nc.hos, with others Bright's tlisonf-c** is  soon developed nnd tlio end' comes  quickly.  Fortunately 11 grout niiifiy lmve  learned about Dr. Chime's Kldnoy.nnd  Liver Pills, nntl nre enabled by thoir  >,...  -., l-'Mfsn \\-\i-, HsihisM'sj honlthy -mil  net ive,  This medicine is onliroly tiilicrt'iu.  from ordinary kidney treatments, nml  invigorates the notion sif tho liver and  bowels, To* this combined notion is  attributed its reniarkahlo success,  Ms-    IMrb'u-d    Prcwtftn    of  0<d>orno.  Lniiihton  county.   Ont.,  writes: "1  \vunt to tostify to tl*_t* wonderful curative'properties of Dr, A. W, CluiHc's  Kidney nnd Liver Pills. Seventeen  yours ngo T begun the uho of this  iiieilit'iiic, when my hnek was ho Imd  to stoop or rise was torture, to mo.  Tin* kidneys wits* in bnd t-oiidilinn,  but those pills entirely freed 1110 of  Isitck (sains, I huvo. xi.wA them *'vvr  Jdnco, whenever the kidney* would got  out of order, nnd now, nt eighty yonr*,  um woll nnd hourly, thanks to this  medicine."  Dr. A. W. Chaso's Kldnoy and Livtir  Pills, one pill n dosw������, 25 cents a box,  ut M ilvixlvt.x, or Edtutmaon, BadM *  Co., Toronto.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  srlth LOCAL APPLICATIONS, tu thoy cannot rtken  Uio mtst ot tho dUciuo. Catarrh la u blood or consul-  lutlonal dlionan, anil In order to euro It you ntunt take  Internal remotlltu. Hull's Catarrh Cttra la takt*n Internally, ami aiita directly upon tho blosvl and mitroui  mrfacna, Ilnll-n Cittttrrh Curo ia nnt a quack inrdl-  oltisi. It wan |iri*������orllii*il hy ono ot tho host phynlcl&na  In thia ootintry (sir years unit in a reittilar iirnerliitlon.  It li romtxMttl or tho bent tonlea known, combined  with the beat blood purifier*, actinic illrortly on tha  mucous surtacM, Tho perfs'Ot combination ot th*  two Iniiri-illimM Is what produce such wonderful re-  suites- curing catarrh, Hend tor testimonials, tree,  Y. j. CHUNKY _ CO., Propa., Tolado, a  Bo.-, by nrugiilsu, price 75a.  Take liall'i family I'Uls tor eoutloaUoa.  Mr. Willis-"But why don't you  tnke your bank-book iu to liave it bid-  uncoil?"  '  Mrs. Willis-"! * don't   want   that  snoppy-hiokliiK cashier to know how  .much -intniey   I've   got   in   thoro!"���������  Pnek,  The Boweli Muit Act He������lthlly.~lri rtiont  a!lmtmtn tlm llrnt onrts of thn modls'iil  man in to hik* that tho IiowhIh nro opmi  and fully norforiniiiK tltelr fuiiotloiiH,  Pnrnutlnv'H Vo������������Mil������lo Pllln aro no oom-  pouiultstl that I'.ertiilit ItutioillontH in tlit'tit  nitt on tlitt.linwtslH Holcly uinl thuy art* tint  very biMtt. metlloltiti nvallnliltt to isrotltimi  iintilt'iy notion of Hit* Iiows*Ih. ludnest,  thon* Ih nn othor Hjitioult! so Horvlt'oalili' In  liunpiim On* dluoittlvo or������niiH In liimkli-  ful notion,  Aged Bride and Groom.  Remarkable scenes were n-itnesaed  at Chatham a fow days ngo, when a  sprightly couple whose tof.nl years  wore 17*1 went to the altar. The bride-  (jroom was William Hennon (04), and  the bride, Fanny Wadlmms ISO). Immense crowds assembled tn sen tho  pair, and the vehicular trnflie wna  brought to a standstill. The wedding  won tho culmination of a workhouse  romance, for the couple loft tho Mod-  way Union to s������et married on the  strength of their old agti pensions.  Hentioiris the last of the old postboys, and tho townspeople of Chatham  presented the old ������ont Ionian wiih a  brand now frock suit and ovorcoat,  nnd tho ladies of the town rifjjjod tho  bride out in a beautiful wedding  gown. A local j*welor provided thn  wedding ring, Aftor the cnronlony an  up-to-date motor car wns requisitioned nnd Mr. nntl Mrs, Heniuth wero  conveyed'in stylo to the cosy apart-  merits which th������ir kind follnvf-towns-  folk had provided in rnndin#ss for  thorn.  Write to us today for our choice  list, of Agents' Supplies. No outlay  necessnry. They are money makers.  Apply B, C, I. Co., Ltd., 228 Alberl  St., Ottawa, Ont.  REST AID HEALTH TO IITHER AND 6HILSL  Mas. Wjss blow's Sooths mo sykuf haa tmam  ���������aed (or over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS ������f  'Mas. Wj is blow's Sooths mo Sykuf haa  (ARSby   HOTHBRS   for   their   CHILDREN   WP'Ui  TBliTHlNO, with PRRHI'C SUCCBSa II  6OOTHKS the CHILD, SOK1HNS the OW9L  ALLAYS all PAIN CORKS WIND COLIC, ���������at)  ta the best remedy tor DIARKHCKA. It U am  aolutely harmless. Ve sure aad st������k (or "Mr*  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no ������UMt  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle  The Toil  "Dos yo' helieh tint .Iim .Johnson am  really converted?"  " 'Deed l doos, J'so bin visitin'  his house fo' tie Inst froo months, nn'  doy hnsu't. had n mouthful uf chic  ken."���������Christian Advocnto,  Poll tnx existed among the nneient  Bomntis, It wns first levied in Kng-  bind in 1,180 nnd occasioned the Wat  Tyler rebellion.  - DODDS  0;  The "Wellington" Hat  for men. Cnnndinn-inade. Guaranteed best hat value in Canada.  All sizes und shapes in soft and  stiff felts. Ask your Dealer, or  write at once to  CHAS.  C.   PUNCHARD  & CO.,  Toronto, Ont.  ABSORBINB  *W1U reduce Inllaincwi.  ���������trained.  ���������iroUen Tendons, Mg%_rn������ntat  -M.UBclen__������r_ lirnlaea, Cure the  ' tamenciss sod atop   pain  from  ~  Splint, Sldo Bone or Bone Bpavl  Ilo blister, no hair rood. Uorso can M  .lint, Bide Done or Bone Bpavln.  _ j blister, no hair gone. Uorso can pel  ���������osed.   12 a bottlo dcllverod.   Describe  ,__!__ srour ease for special InstrucUona sum  "hook ������ E free. _ .,  .  AB80RIUM!*, J K..U10 liniment for mankind.  Boducos BtralnsMl, torn ligaments, onlarwd 8l������nsla,  velna or musclos-hoals ulcera-aUaya pain. _ tied  11.00 a bottlo at dealers ordellYorod.  W.f.YOUNG.P.D.r.,18TL-man������BMo,Montr������������l.Cstn  Al-o fsirnlirsM by Mstrtln Bol������ a Wynne Co.,' Winnlr*ir s  This h'iitlonnl Ursii; mist I'MulcM Co., Winnipeg it Cjljisiy j  and ll.nii.rwn tiros. Co. Ltsl.'Vasscouvir.  She Was Wise  "Why"do you insist on asking tliat  young hum to sing?"  "Hecnuse,"   replied   Miss  Cayenne,  "when.he's singing he isn't trying to  converse;"���������Washington Star.  ���������I������������������-  If 0110 lie troubled with rornn nnd warts,  lit; will (Ind in. llollowtiy'H Corn Cure an  application that will entirely rolluve suffering.  He (hotly)���������"Are you trying to  make 11 fool of me?"  She (coldly)���������"I really do not seo  the. necessity of such effort on my  part."���������Haltinioro American.  IMnct* n box of lime in the closet in  which jnms, lireserves, etc, nre stored  nwny, It will prevent mold gathering  on tho fruit.  A Compliment For HlrvV  ,8ho wns eighteen nnd very shV. nnd  uho never hnd beon in the oity beforo. There wns no onn nt tho station to meet htir, and sho looked  nbout timidly for a cab. Hnr mother  hnd told hor to take a hnnsom. Sho  did not noo nny liniisom nor did snn  know tlmt tlio cubbies wore 11 livery  all thoir own, Sho did not n*n a  policomnn, either, so sho apprnnch-  ������>l a youth who wnu stundiiig f.n tho  corner of thn street with hor buihful  tjtiostion.  "Plense,", slio hognn, "nro *fDu n  hnnsom mnn?"  The youth rnisivl his Imnd and  twir'.od his nimistiieho ingrntiiitlngly,  cinilinp. with deprecating assumption  at nioilosfy.  "I nut so considered," ho replied.  In iota.  Tlio Possiniist���������Confound it, *Mn!n-  sitii, Uu* vfWr, /(ni'." u;i, tn* <'.���������������������'{ ilnd  tho tallssw eniidJos, provisions nr"?  most 8on������t, nnd it will he n week  lieloro wit onn pit 11 path shovolosl  through hi town!  The Optimist--Choor up, N'ohoniialil  .lust think Hint n nuii'iti'il yours inun  now, wht������n, our Kroat-groat-graudehil-  (Iron have grown tip to lie novelists,  iiriiinati*tts and artists, thoy will pis',  turo thoso days as tlm "gs>od old  times."  W. N. U., No. 859.  A  Stjro  Ctir*t.  "1 just luilo a man wlifi knaps nos-  in**; 'ir-Mi'd tli** klts'hi'n, don't voiiV"  "Well, I stioti put n *top to thnt sort  ot thimjs in mv fninily."  ���������'Hi-iivon*!   Uow  did  yon   mnnniit)  It?"  "Kvery ������im������ my husband ahown hil  fans* in the kltrh* :> 1 hand hini i*itrn-r  th<f wml pall or t!i������ ash p.tn or both."  FREE  ADVICE  TO WOMEN  Woman luffarinp from any form of  llliimiB are Invited to promptly com-  inuiilouU* with Mrs. Pinkham nt Lynn,  Mam. AH Jotters am rocolvod, oponod,  road and aimwerMl by women. A wo.  mun can freely talk  of hor prlvatfl ill-  nr-Ru tr, a woman;  thim had boon established this con-  ildeuce between  Mrs. Pinkham aud  tin** w 0 ni������ n of  America which him  novorl������on broken.  Never has she published a tnntimonlal or used a letter  without thu written connent of Um  writer, and never has the Company  allowed these confidential letters to  utii. out nl Limil (m.->.-<i .->.ils;n, a-- tho  hundreds of thoiisanda of ihom in  their tiles will attest,  Out of th������i vast volume of experleneii  whloh Mrs. Pinkham him to draw  from, it is more than possible that she  has gained tho yv.ry knowledge needed  In your ease. Sho asks nothing in return except your (rood will, and her  advice has helped thousands, Surely  uny woman, rich or jtonr, should ba  glad to take advantage of this generous offer of assistance. Atldrew Mrs.  Pinkham, caro nt l.ydbi K. Pinkham  Medicino Co., I.ynn, Mass.  Kvery woman ought to have  Lydia 1'. lMtiklinni'w KD-pau������  Text Hook. It In not a hook for  szonoral distribution, oa It In too  exjMuiHlYft, It li frft������ nnd only  obtainable by malL. Writ* fot  It Unlay.  mm  __���������___������������������_____��������� .Bib Oumberland News  issued  Every   Tuesday by  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  Tlris paper will nut hold  iisolf  responsible for the opinions ot oth  ers, a8 may appear in its columns  (ironi time to time.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  TUESDAY,   October   3,   1911,  NOTICE w hereby tJ.ve_ that 30 daya  aft*r d������U* I hilfitd to upp'y t;i tiiu H.n,  MiD.atci ol L������_d������ for * IIcmssii to prospect  fortx.il ������nd petroleum under tho faicshor***  Bnd uuder tho *������t������r on the luuda in aud  opporte tht tollowint; dcacri ail hinds situ  Kt<"iu Hupc**i DU ii. t:-���������Co'mnioucing -t i  ������������������oil* v'.mkvI us, too mix b.aeh ������t hi-ji. wa.nr  tnsik ������t Ui- stitots.ctioM of T.o.to:iii IU and  !'<<, T-w;i*sitiy '2, Port, McNailt, Rut-art Wsj  triotjAhor.jo ii)rUt fiO ohaiu***, thonce oaat  iSOeluiii, ��������� ths.'Ucc-i :.oiuh 65. "uluinu, tuoro  or lem U h: ;h wa.:er ura-k <m touth Hide ���������������.  F-rn Mo'.w. ll. Harbor; thence'vteiUriy  tslonj? ���������ti.ort) '.o plnoa of oommouctmont.  Gsoiuiii M. Qmus,  E, l'rieot, agent.  Dutod thi** 1st day of Set,itomt*������-r, 1911.  NOTICE in ht-reby fcivou tliat .Ho daya  after dr.-e'l lutond to apply: to- the Hon  M'miater���������of Lauda fur a license *.s> -irim-ject  for coal nnd t-������1 roleuw under the fi.resbufu  and under tho wnter on ths laud* in md  opposite the foliuwiu-j described land;, situ  ate ia Rupert DUtriot,:��������� Cuii.m-iii-.-i-g at u  pui f ..hinted ou th������ sea beach at high wai r  mark -**���������. the intersection of Se������t.ou������ 10 aj__d  17, Vo iQBliip 2, Port MoNeill, Rui'ioft UU  trict; thruoe aortst 60 chain*, thence wott  80 eOiiuR, thenoe nouth 62 otuluB, more or  l-nu Ve high w-tfer ruuik un south side of  Port Itlol'nill' Harbo.-r tho.-oe eaitarly  tvlovj 5.lio.-������ line ;o piajc of curnm<.iiceaieu<..  3_'ab'u Ja:<k Puik-jt,  ,   ,    E. Pi nur, ageat,  Dateed thin lt*t slay of ���������Sop'tauihor,   1911.  ! _ -   0  NO fIOK in hursby given th*t 30 days  nft.rslatt. I intend to apply to the Hou  Mintnt'ir of Laodi for a Hot-ase to pr >spe������t  for c.-jiil ~mll(.-;tr'>leum. andcr fcheforeBhore  aud under the vratwr on the lat.di in and  oppjjtlo' .lie following cl's< ribed ltnd= *���������-.'-  tutc. in th������ Prime Rtpeit District:���������Cou.-  menci'.'ff at a post pl������i>ted on tha eoa hs-ach  at high ������ater murk at the intereectiua ist  Sections 10 and 17, T>������wuship 2. Port'Mo-  ���������NciirRtt^OTr^DntrititT-thTiroe���������n5Ttir"80*  otuins, theuce aagt 80 chains, thvnae aouth  75 chains more or lea j to high water mask  on sntitli Bide of Port MoNeill Has bor,  theuce westerly als.ng shore line to place of  o.>uimenc������������ieut.    fcRoY Pimm*, " ',  E. Prie-it, agtust  Ddod this l������t day of JSep*������oi_bor, 1911,  mm^mmmmmmmm^t*m**mmmmm.*mmmm_i .������������������__���������, M.I...M0.,*,,  NOTICE i8 hereby giveu ihat 80 dt.yi  nftor o.Ue I iuteud tu apply to tlie Houom-  Rble the Miuintor of L-oida for a lic-mno to  pros-yos.t for ooal and peti-uluuiu under the  foreshore aud sudor the *.*. uor on tlio lm cU  in aud apposite the f/llutviug dejcril.td  laiidu situate in Rupurt Diat.io!*���������Oun-  monciug ^ a pout pLusi-d ou tlio Bi.a boai.h  lit Iii^li wusur mtrk at tlu ii-.t'!i\ootioii of  Simienn Ua.sdlfj T.swit,-ihip 5J, Port Mo-  Ntiill K'lp'ert Uiatrioi: tlu:n������������ north 55  oliaiti^ ms ro or Uno to Iti^n water nwrk on  the" norlh *ida tit Ps>rt MoNeill Harliorj  th-ii.i'j fifllowinx thu wi boac)i at h*gh  waisjr a,t.-,k ai'euiitl the howl of the Harbor  to (slaiiO of ootnineuooratail;,  Fi'.tvont M. Touonrris,  li   PriuHC, sgent,  Duod t'd' 1st d*y ������f fisiii'-cmhiir, 1911,  NOTICli is Iiereby v:ivt.-njhnt 3d days  iift������i- dttc 1 inieiu'l ty apply tu lhe Honor  *l;lc Mtn'wler of Uam!. lo*. ,������ Yv'.itnut* to  prospect f*.i ,-','t\ ar.sl \n tniltum utitioi*  tha l\)te. I.s-ic .ni-1 nci'er the w*nu*.r un the  Undsiu-,nd aiposilc the following des  aib'id hnisls ���������iin.Mi'in Hnperi J)-6iris.*i:���������-  CoMunuiit.ins,! ;U a post phiuied on the  ������t:ii bc'Hrh,-it hitjli wilier nutrl; ut tht* in-  ��������� lftMC(*iiun of .Secistsiis u mmI i,*), l'unn.  ship 3, pnrt McNeill Rupert Uit.liict;  lbi*.ii*:ts north H;> chain-, thenre ������vl*-i iu  ���������iiiiint ntf.ra nr less io hif-h water mark  wi l-*'d;;t l-'oml; thenct* wi-sterly alon-i  tshor*' line l') inieis<iciinn uf SectioiiK 2j  nnn 24, Tdttnuhip a, thence umuherly  C* ch. inn more or les*i to hu;h wiiit'riitaik  ni .Henh md--:: t*f poil Mt:N-*i|| U trb������*������*;  tlieine; ������.*.>ti'rly .thinyj thdit- iin  10 pr���������nt  til 1 .:|i,lt|i!,IU.ft|ieill.     ..        F,    i i*|)CJ-,r,.  I'i ic;' '!,i������i i*-.i day *s( vjptcusber, K)ii  CEALED TENDERS addn*ssi*d to the  *-* uiuierkigaetl, aim em.O18.il "Teuder  fr.rWhivrf c,tSurf Iulet, ll.C," will here  o<*iv������d at thia offip., until 4.00 P. M.. on  Tueusloy,' September 20 1911 for the can-  ati action of a Pda Wha-f t������t Surf lislet,  r-rincess Royal Island. Cosat District, R,'.'.  PiiiU'.Vpeosficktions, a:*d fnn off eou-  tract can be seen and f.srnis t f 'tender- i.b-  titi'jtid ataliih Depi tmont. and at the ������sffi:  mm nt G. A. K������-f*r( K-.q��������� Dustriot Etigl:.-  oisr. Ni-w WeittuiuB or.B C , ������nd on vppi;.  cation to the Postnta.ter sit Priuco Riiyort  ������udA'icloria, B.C.,  Pt.r-.ous teii'leiiHg ar* no tilled that >nd-  ���������t3. hill.ui.t he c usideree unlosa made ou  the printsid forms supplied,; and S'g.ud  -villi taiir uotus.1 fli'h'iiajmss(!..������tU*.ng- th.ii  ������.cou[ aliqns and pbces s f tt-aile. o������. In  ���������ii'6ca*wisf h?mo, theactuil eiyimturn, tho  nattiro <>f th*> oocupition, and place f  reiiidenee of iach msiiutWr'uf the tittn uiuet  be Riven. .'���������.'=>  Ea.h lender musit be aco mpatdod by an  accepted chesp.oou a chur>red hank," pay  able \o tho ordr of the Hou urtdsle tlie  Miuieter of 1'ubhc W.irltH, equal *o ton \i_r  os-nl (10 p.c.) of thj litusjun*-uf t-nde*.  ���������**,h oh wiil;beJorft*it.d if the pera.sn *ec<_i-  oriug'deuluie t... eiiteririto a c'liiiii-t.o't.Wheu  ���������Jailed u[jsiu 10 do no, or luil-to coini.itt  the coutr.o*., If the teuder b6 sot ace-p-  ed tl.o cheque will l.o returned v  The Dopaituitndes uot bmd itself to  accept the loWei.t or auy tt-'Uslcr.  15y order,,';    ' *-..  It C  DE.SROCHER.S,  tooietaty;  Department of Public. Worktiy  O-.tawu, August 28  1911.  Newi-phpere will .not be p.il for thi* advert.i.uneufc if thoy inner*- it witli- ut auth-  o.ity f;s,m t ������ Depat.tmt.nt_,  NOTItE iV hereby giveu tnut on the  tiretday of Ujijemberiii-xt application wdi  .be'm'hde to the Ssiperi'iW.deiit of Provia-  oiid Polic.*, Vtcoria, for the reuewal ttf iht:  hottl hc.u.e .0 sell liquors by retail iu the  hotel known aa the NelfOtt 1 o.el, tsituateu  at L/nion Bay, B.C.' Fuj__im & Bwuor.  Dated 0-:tofer3.d. 1911,  NOTICE is herelsy. giy-.n th .t ou tlse  firut day of lJs-.ceinber next appbaatlou Will  be made to the Snperinteudeiit of Provincial  Folic-.*, Victoria, for the reuewal of the ho  _tolJiceu__3^o__sj^LlLq;w^^^  hotel knewu an the RivferttidH ho*uil, aituattii-  at Courtenay, B,G. O. U. F>-ciineu.  D.ted October 3, 1911.       y ;  NOTICE .a it hereby Kiv������n that at the  iisSxt mes-ting i.f .tho Boiird. s.f; Liot'Ui*  Coiniiiis-sicms-TB of.tht. City of Cui.,b.r-  Uni!, I tt.tend to'apply for a t.i-nii������ft;r o  UlO _wholB8r.lt* liquor lioeuso hehl t y mu  on lot 3,'blow'k 2, to block IR, lot 6, Cuui-  berlatid Towus.m.  CIALI MUSSATTO.  Dat-^J thia Oth dtxy of Aukubi, 1910  NOTIOE ia horoby givou that on tbe  first day of Decembiir next application w/jil  Ue nude to tho Sti-stwii.tim.leiit s.f i'rnviss.  oinl Psiliea, VLtoriu, for the renewd of th.  hotel liuoiHti to b 11 lifjussr* hy toi-tili'n tlu.-  hotsd km wn ;m tho Wtlnoii hotel, -situated  at Union Bay, B.O,    John Uumpahby, Jit.  Da'iid 0oiob.it 3, 19H. ., ,  NOTICE in horoby givou that ou the  drittthyof DeceiitUtruuxt i|.p..eiiti.suwiH  bs* matlo to ths) Superii.tnudeut of I'ro-  vitioUl PoiitiH, Vitj.siriii, f..r ni**-*..ewaiof  lh.j li it-.l licon-io toHoll l-q-.ioi*H by tcut.il  in the. hotel kuo-vn uh tho Klk i.otol, ������itu-  oti'tl at  (Ann x, B.C. ,    Joun M-ahti'x.  D'iUtd UcL.������t*i.r3. 11)1:..  NOTICW is hoioby giveu that on tlu  tlrdt dny of December next appli,4itiou will  bo mndo to tho sSuperintcndentof Pnivin-  ciul Polit-o Vietoiiii, fur aieuiiwiiliif the  hotel lisioiue to nc*H li,*u(ir5 by reluil in  the hotel know, n aH tho U illowu U.������*ol ci,-  ,  uttW  tttdttiupbell U-vt-r, It. 0.  TnUUS&UANSKS.  D.������tcdOotobor8, Hill;  NOTU.T i' I,  tin*..) ih.tt . -il.'  NO'I'IUU in h.roly -.i.on tli .t 01 tha  (iiH( day of Imo in'������-r utxr applioiition wil  ha initio t������ llio sSnpoiliKUMiltiiit sif I'ruvin-  ci������l Polio f. r the runoivul s,f thu bote] li-  0 hho t ��������� us 11 lii|ii-i*H by retail in the lutt';  knows* uu 1 In, tVt'iidliuH Hipping Phovi,  iiilla s. at l)y,,to** liivttr, in ".Um prsivinoo uf  Ibi i b Col um hii-.     Anmik Woonnuii.  U..'od October !l, 1VJ1,  after dute I iij;*.iis; io apply to ihe Honor  *blf M.mi.v.M-ef L*mli for u licesise   to  prospect forco.tl and ���������petroleum under the  foicshore and   under   the w.vcron th'i  lnnos in .100 oppos'ic 'ue loiluwin,* (ie-  Ktribt'tl land's -.iituis; n, Kupea District:  ���������Cisiiriis iiciuu   -tt tt post plnni'.*d on i!n:  *tv.-i liffit b 11 hii;h umV'i innik n tin.  in-  'fr-sKMitiiisii'Sfi-sioi,-, 1^ acl ij,   '(\iv,*ti-  ������������������ ���������.(< -��������� ������ ���������*.,    .i,< .��������������� T.'-i   M,\,i,.(t.   i>|������-.i,i i,  ilii.*i*..-'i* uitrili 35 "liisins tune or It**.-,   to  hi.lh wv,.*i- 'i iri; nn line nonh side of Inn  McNeill llurhor; llicnct- eistnly "alunj;  ilisins tine tn intdTHeain.i uf Sccii-tn-. 55  hiiO 34 Township 3, thentt* sou. Iu������r!y OK  ������Ihiii*s moie oj-|������ss in  liij*|i waier   ni.uk  or :,ntith ihiru of pert McNeil!  Jlrtr'xr.  thenco wc������t<.ily nloii^ ;,hi*re Iin*.* lo pi.nn  ������sf conisTieritenisjnt.   Win. si) A. Luiui.  V.i Hrifst, ng������nt.  Oited thii 1 m day of Sfpiembcr, 1911.  An Ad in the  Nkvv.s  pays.    Try if.  NOriCJK in In-roby givpti tlmt 011 the  flrnt ds> u( Dtfooinlier iiuxtiip|i|it*ationJ*i|i  bt made to the .SupO'lnteiideiit ������������������( Provincial I'ldiuo, Viotuii.1, fsitit iviiBual of tlio  '   1.. 1    .   , 1    ,  tt   ���������  ,.  .   1 .      11  ..     ..,   f.1.1,,..)    ���������������/    ui.il       !,���������(..     14     .Ij       I.VS.IS        il  *lit* hi.'.id U���������siw.-H n-s tin*.  Uniuii h.stsj, rii  unto al  Uni hi, 11 X'.     f.-vmiLC'. Davim,  f)nuil IIih Hnl d������y of Uotn|)i,r, 1911  NOl'lUltllfi h.-ioby  Kivtiti Ih.t nn ths  Wn  tils,* < t IJ.ts-u.ii,.. lir.Av tip|,',\i-, .I'tnii v,)|  b������ inliilii tsi to tht) Sil|.rrinlesiilo,it of l'v,~  vlnitin! Polio", \idtoiiii, for .t leuewsl tsf  ths* hot-id hoonHi' to -.ell HsjiintH by rota.I  in the hsittd known iiKthuCourtriuty hul.*|  liluato'. ut 0 urU-ay, H.C.  .lull's  It, .Ioil:s4l...*..  Dated Ootober S, lllll.  Kni;lihlt hrotlr.M'ti,   17,. nntl   ]h  <li*siiv f.inlinnous  sHUplo^iumit   m  farm.      Rounl, S<stlgini1 ninl wiiuil j  rt'iiiiiiiciiitioii.    j'.    (j.   )!ux   HTt.  Xiiiiiiini'^ J}. C,  Prices without tHe  loss of Quality is  .our Slogan,  CREDITORS DEMAND  THEIR MONEY  $10,000 must be raised in the next 10 days  The evidence is all  before you.  Progressive People, Get Busy!  the four winds.  I $35>ooo worth of High Grade  ������ Merchandise to be thrown to  Many thousands without doubt will grasp  this grand opportunity. Merchandise will be practically thrown  away, so SATURDAY MORNING at 9 o clock, the Corner Store of J.  N. McLeod will be one great blaze Of glory.    Sale will continue for io  ���������'��������������������������� i        ���������������������������'-'.,   ,.,  short days.     The greatest distribution of spic-and-span merchandise ever heard  of in British Columbia.  SALE Stm SATURDAY MORNING, Oct* i 4th  ������<���������������.  Store Closed Friday to arrange  Stock and SLASH PRICES.  $500 Worth of merchandise GIVEN AWAY  during this great money raising Sale.  (\  Don't fail tp enquire about it.    Investigate it, as many valuable articles will be  given away on each and every day of great event.        DON'T    MISS;    IT.  Saturday morning, 9 o'clock, this $35,000 stock  of Ladi^' Gaits,  Hats, and General Merchandise, all merged into One Great Undervalue  Offering and Colossal Price Battle.  FREE  To the first 15 people���������  men or women���������enteiing  the store a valuable prize  will be giveu FREE.  CUMBERLAND  B.C.  FREE  To the first 15 people���������  men or women���������entering  the store a valuable prize  will be given FREE.  ..   41  uaiag  SPATES  The TAILOR.  Wmmmm*m*aammawamtmiaaaam*wa_wmmwaimmmmm*amw  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING,  Ldtcllus' Work  a Specialty.  SAY WARD LAND .DISTRICT.  Distriot of Hnyward.  TAKK iintico tlmt flrwrKO Lnioo������ter Ki-  miriKtiu., of V*ttii)i...vt*r, H.O., nu'olmnlo,  iiitisiulH to iipi'ly for jwrnilnftinn to |<uroha*e  tliu following ilosuribwi limtlB:  Con mcMcir^ at u post pluuteil at tlu*  South wuitt cornor of lot 652; thouoo north  80 cli'tuiH. thsnico west 78 i huinit, thoniio  nisiitb 80 ohainu, tlinuoo ouxt 75 nluiins, to  point ot ooiiiinniiooii.bnt, coutiiiuiii^ OUU  ao'ri'H, n*s������)-rB or iVm*.  OnorujK Lkiokwtkii Rimimotom,  Uotnul iittsii ������ l's.i'.,uiui, iwcu..  Cuiiiliorlini(J & Uiiiui. W������ter  Work* Co., I,id. i  d BALED TEKDBUS miaroHfiod to the  .-?. uiul������r i-_neil, and cn-lor ed "T������nd<*r  for Wliiiif������U(i twM Ai)pMicli������.*a ut Pti.co  [lii|i*rt, I;.('., will bu re'Ct-ivcd u. til 4.1)0  B-iM.,01. iMt.mlay, 8������piuiuliir iii, 1011, f-r  Uiu o>4iMtruutiou of a Wharf uud two  A[is[>roHuhuti ut I'rinuu Hupuit, Qiurautina  SUtiuu, Dip) y Iblunsi, I1.U.  ' Pmns, Hpi'oihuutiou uud f.irm of cou-  triut oim bo i'uu uud (oruunf tendu, o^>  t.sintd nt thin Dop.srtinoist und ut tue otli>  ceuoi O.A. Ki-uftsr, Kssj, l)i������tiicl KukI-  os^r, Nu-v VVpitniiiiotir, U.C, uud s n uppl.  uiitiou tu tht* l'dHiinuHtumut I'liuo.; Utlpsit  -inil V'0������ori������, 11 0.  IVi'HoiiU tonilu.iiiK nro nolifloil thnt ti-nd  sTrt Will 10. tlu ('OlnlilsiKll OHIO B llllldO  I'll  tin* printed (o uu BUppHus', nntl Hiuiud  with tlnii nijiuiil iisjiiaiui--.H; HttttniK tliuir  o.-miptttl'iiiB sun) pinot'ii o( ruri.ioiios.*. ]n  llio Oixu of lirin-i, tb no uu! M������nuturt*, thu  imtuio of tlio, (*oii| uu ii und pluoitof rcMi-  slci.oo cf nuub nioii.br uf tlm firm mut hu  ������IVitl,  Knoll Und- r mil t bo ike inpnuiod by uu  isuooptod ul (.quu s.ii a cli4iii3r������.il buol(, [my  ulilu to ths* ordui- of tlio llouuui-alilu thu  MLsUmr i-f I'uIj'Isj W .rkn, oijual u������ tun pt-r  i-oi't (10 p.d.) i f tno uiuount ol thu tundur,  V.-Uiuh Will ls.< f<>T������..*iso.1 \f \\\? ;,(.,,,���������,, *K.,\,t  crli*jj sis.,1 i,������s in i>,,'cr biioui*ontr,ii!twliiMi  i'ul ml I'p.'ii to do -o,'or fill tu QolU'tlulu  ims won*, o u riisj'oii tor. If ttio tui dur Im  not iii'ioptcd ihu I'li'snii) will ho ri'turnud.  '1'hsi DttpurMiiont dotm not l.ind iibhII to  SAYWARD LAND D1ST  KIT.  mmaaammmm  District of Suywnrd.  TAKE NOTICE tint Willium  Caldwell, of Lanark, Out., mining  man, imentis to apply for ptTtnis  aion to purohiiHit tlio following do-  scribod lnin|s.:-~Cumi>ioitciii(; ut n  piwt pliintfil ut the northwenicorner  of Lot 490, Cnrrihtfton Buv, Say  ward Dl'u.trici. thonco I'ullowini; the  north houndury of ot 490 <\������ntorly  for 40 (iliains, thenoo north 20  (tluiinn, tlionco wotM to llu'uhoi'O lino  thonce fouihwCMterly and fo.lowing  tl<o chore Hue to thu point of com-  n.Q'������cenienl, containing Ichh than 80  acrec,      Wh.i.iam Cai.dwkm..  .Jno. .Mai)Hon,iiRonl  Dated Fob. 28tlir 1911,  KAYVVAW) UND DWTUJOT.  SAVWAUD LAND DISTHIOT.  1 '      Datrictof t..ywunl.  TAKR NOTICE tb.t Anh.r RowUud  Bebt, of Vftnjnsouvttr, B.C., tr*>mpori ������j?ri-t,  iiitcmlBto i(.u\y forpnrmi_wion topurulume  tliu fisllowinK donuribntl Uus.li.:���������Connnmu*.  iug in a t'sis-t planted at tho ti.utbuHHt vor.  nur of lot 510, on iho mirth bou.nlnry of  lit 5*17, tbonoo ninth 80 uht-iim, th������*nct  i>a*it 75 vliitioR tbi'nci Bsuitli 80 ohiibiB,  thenc*!j-vt'H* 75 ulinitiH tu point of oon.mi'isoo  inniit, uoiiiuiuiuK 000 nurii������, umru or hou,  AUTIIUII UOWLAXI) liKST,  ���������Holiurt llnnry Chestnut Bguuf.  D������tcd Muroli 7tb, 1011,  NOTICE,  Sprinkling    will   lio   allowed  liu, i*j,l'. lis; iimu.Vii nvs) wn.Utl,  Uy orsh r.  u. c. uiasiiooiiKus,  only'two nijrlitrt a wook,  tioinely ������*i*ur������i������y.  TIIHSDAV ami FRIDAY, rroiH,|,r������,"r,mtV',I,",toW,;rS,..,.i  7to!���������������������,lor.Hr,ll,iM.voMi������(������,. j   w        OfiWij;A.g..i* 80,1011.  n j    Ni\*\i'iis|Hsr>i v. i.i uni ikj pAid for llii-s .isl-  L������aky taps miiht U* a.tcndod to M.iti.-..o������i.i if thoy iu.r.ihtwtu.s.ut autli-  Diatriot of Sny wnnl.  TAKE ns.tice tlut Sj.l������s,,V HoiBmun, of  tfsnwmvor, H, C, mechnnic, iuttnul** to  apply for purmiHHina tsipurolmuo tbo fob  lowinif doBO'lbi'd IihuIh: ���������  OommonolnK at a pout pla*-Ud ������t tbo  HonthwoHt onrii-*r of lot 552t tlvjuou nouth  BOohniuM, tliu'ico wiut 80 ohnim, tin noo  north UU uhfiini, tiiouoo .nnt 80 oliam**, tn  plnou of ui-imiioiieuiiitsiit couininiuK liiO  hoioh, moro or Ichi.  SlDMKV IlKAHMA-i,  Hobs-rf, Hoary Choitnnt, BKont.  Ds-trd Mnroh llth. 101!  t\ *a>*FM,*_,m * j a 1*4, ,i  at onco,  Any (thnnp'a or additions to ox-  i>)tiiifr piping inn������t lu* Hiiiurtioiiod  hy tho tionif any.  Uy order.  L. W, NllNNS. i*H(*iHm*y,  Cuiiiljurliitid, IJ. C, Aug. Iht, ltm,  out) tr in th������- D-p.r nuitt.  IF    VOU  PRINTING  WANT    GOOD  GO    TO    TIIK  NEWS. WKST-CLASSWORK  SAY WARD LAND DISTRICT.  DiHtriot of Sny waul,  TAKK notioo tint Nnnntto Joooph, of  Vnncouvor, B. V��������� 8|iiiitor, intomU to  npply fisrpt-rmUsl.in to puroliaau tho fol-  UswiiiK dohcrihud nn-V, -���������  Ciiuun. noing nt % iHisit |������)antoil- nt tho  Southeast oornor ��������� f l-.t Bt7| thenco north  Stlnlmirii, thor.co o������it 80 chuinn, Uioooh  ���������M-nth Ml tluinsj, thonoo woit Hi) chi>iu������  to tlio |> tint of C'triimu. coiuei t, coutniu**  ing ������H0 icim moro or lo������������.  VlASVI-rH JlMKI'll, I  Ilolwrt Ilcuiy Obe*tnnt, ������gei.t. ^rj^lo%������������fr"  SAYWARD LANM) lAsTKiCT.  Dlutrict of S*yw������rd.  TAKK Nl)IIc.K tlmtSum'iol Hoimmnn,  of Vancos.vor, B,c,, m<ol.n^in, iuti*m1ii to  apply for ps*rnv*Hioii >.o pumhaHu ilio lol  lowj ordoHO-ihol land.:-tomiu������*n������iiiK 4ft  ps.flt piiniij.i at thu HouttWut oomor if lot  BBl'i thonco win lGOulniiiN, thflnoo w tr.h  ���������lOohnioR, tlioncu wo.t7Bcluli.H (morn or  iBumltht'iioi' n.rth 5 oimum, thouuo w������Hfc  S3 ������hiiiii������, thoiosi i.orih US uhahiH o poiut  of os)iiinioiic������>nioiit, oontaininu <KV) no ut,  n*ioioorl(i-.H.     Samuki. IIkahman.  Hohoit llunry Otion;uut, ������|0nt  Dated Mnroh Hth,'1011,  SAYWARD LAND DLSTRICtT  ninfrir-t, nf ftnytvnril.  TAKK notius. tlmt PnoioOM Br-si ph������,n,  wife of W. Y. Brotiuhniu, of Vnuom vor_,  B.C., inUinlt to npply for pi*rint*Hitin to  pnroliiinn tho followinu doKorihod Imd :���������  CoiiimonoinK ������t ������ p<sHt planto.1 40 ohulm.  thonofl on-.t l'2t) olulns, ttu-nos* twuth 40  oh������ln������, thonoa wuNt 1*20 cluiim, thonoo  north 40 olmhtN tu point if ooninono mout,  coutoluiug 480 ioiob, more or Is *������,  VuWCY.i BnouiuiAM.  Kulvrt llonry Oheotuul, iiuout  Dated Mn oh 8th, 1011,  *������1  P  Wood's rhocpholino,  Th* Oml JtiVjlM. Jltmrrlu,  ronmi nnd JnvigomtwiUiB w liolo  norToui ���������yit-t"!' ,"?,tM ������������*w  JllvJdltB efdVotn*. Curt* t\trv.  ������ftlwlMHich7tb,10tl  m,-.-~_r  ���������- -r T--_--*,lt*am*or um  pUIri i*b. on fimlM of prfco. AVw  Wnm-rf*- friadtorl  tf. ono will pi.  uru-rtcUlti ot  id. AVw pm.  Motflalns. Oo.  T������rontO|OMt.  m  ������   ���������&.   ���������     "*?!*   ������������"  4-tpf. ���������������$*-%,  .  .\\ ., ^AD������ m CANADA  H6WMIMK  Make. Your EXPENSES Light  M-cm Your BISCUITS Light  M*ket Your CAKES Light  Maine Your BUNS light  Make. Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  E.W.C������iETTCO..LT_>.  Toronto, Ont.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ((,)  \ma .mmmm-m  . NOTICE ���������'* lipntiv eiver, Uiufc do tS������> first.  (Uy of Det-en^rr o< xl application will be  ���������.���������nude to thn Superintendent of Pi-nvititial  Polioa. ViciorU, ft.r tlie reneual.of Hi- lio.  t.\ being*** ���������.> g-U I'q'.ini by r-tr.il in h*c  hotel k-io-T.;������ t'i* Port Aus.*-i*1a hi.ti-l. Hit  uattd at Co**.ox, B.C. .'onx C. Clakknck  Da-.ed Ootoher 3 1911.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every conveniens for guests.  The Oential Hotel for Bportomon  | None but the Best of Wines and Liquors  I at the IUr.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  OHN McLEODS  YOK FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,  010 A US & TOBACCOS  ;.F VOU WANT  GOOD PRINTING  GIVE US A TRIAL  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.  Having bmh a large wiHebouseiud mil  at Coarion*}', 1 will in fuurc keep oi-  luiid a stock n( ill kinde of Huy, Or>in  aud'Feed aHowtfHt mailtei into*. A  flpecinlty will be made nf roller crualic-ii  fead for burs* ���������* whio'n v. ill iniUe a Hiving  of eae third iu tlmco-l of fiosl. . OrJort-  givwi tbo tcnmsU-r or hy phoue vil be  promptly filled, Thiu.kiuK y������'������ for your  p������tr- nage in the p������-st aud no'ioi injj a ooi_  tiuuitncoof lbs* Bftnio od liroeikT liues, 1  beg tu remain  Your* toiiommniid,  BYRON CRAWFORD.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C.  Kaxaimu-Uxiox Hay- Comox - Campbbli.  Uiviui Route.  Sailing ns under���������  Twlu-ncnw steamer "COVVICHAN"  Louvua Vancouver Tlmi inlay G p.m.  . Arriro Uuiou (tor Cuuibcrluad,) Friday  myrnintf  A riven Ciiiii'X Friday morning  Arrive Cum.bell Kivot bMday imou  Ret urn iug  Lr    Comox  Frid ,y 4 \i ui  " Uuiou Uny        "   5    "  " Nau-t'ibO Hiiduight  Leaved Vancouver, Snturdny 8 p m .*���������  Arrives Nxrmimo, Sn-uniny 12 p tu  Arrives Uuio.i, "Mtud-iy 6 a in  [;or -. uiulivrlaUsi]  Arrivce Uuiuux,'  Suuduy 8am  Ke'iirtiiiR:���������  Leaves Comi****. ^uiiduy 4 p m.  L-_.ivt*s Unvj.t 'fcuiitiay 5 i> ui  Lt-ivei NtuuitU'), .Sunday midiutbt  [*Su jeut o oliAU^e without t otitic]  *iaaramutant  '.���������>..*_>  -.    .....       -  *Y  -Y  V  Certainty  Before Selection  ��������� .   ���������������  The uncertain, "Take-a-  chance" method of selecting a  piece of cloth, and taking the  tailor's word for It that it will look well  when made up. is done awag with for  those who wear "Fit-rite" tailored clothes,  "Fit-rite" clothes are readg-to-wear.  When you bug a suit gou can assure yourself that it pleases jjou in regard to qual-   ^  itg. workmanship and fit.  You take no  f  chances on the cloth looking well in a suit   '   .-  or the tailor's ability to fit gou properly.  The workmanship ln the making of each suit is  the best form of specialized tailoring. The designs are  the nevest ideas in clothes for men, and theu are sold  under a Guarantee that you will be satisfied in everu  way or your moneu will be refunded.  Esther call at the itoce or tend uc a pest cent bearing toot  name and ai! trna, and we'll ci������o you a ccpy of th*    Fit-  / rrte Stylo Fotecatf," co.itnin'nsj (Sa latest ncwi ol fswhitm  teodencica for li* eaminj. Fall and Winter.  ^ CAMPBELL BROS.  DUNSMUIR AYE., CUMBERLAND, B.C,  "*\  w-  Si  p_ ������������������������������������  ���������  l_*  *������w.w* asuMimwi���������j ilij luui  VVn\,ptil'.XtoM!V_Bt_4  h*i"������~a"*-l,ri"l'H*'i"*4"'l"i,,t"l*l*"fc���������B"m*'M������  T3      - O  O ft  o  1 A     I  00  c  c  oo  "v.  if.  0^5  CD  hi_________k____i  _\     M  Tl  c  ���������o  *  J.  a  z  co  Di  <  ���������t  m  i  4  i  is4ii|i|ii|.i|s.|.|4>|s|4i.|4i^.|i|llgr4HhHi  C  a**.  U  V  4-1  rt  4->  CO  w.  v  c  a;  to  <  bo,  c  '-5  u  0  Oi &  DRINK  The purest and best BEER, and  . made-.in Cumberland.  he UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C.  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -      FOB   SALa   BY      -      -  Walworth-Rolston Gp.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vanoouver, B������ 0.  sat ���������MX,*rlrtrairffil-TOmT*t'.glitmCTg^Ti  Bdly Prdvike  CDto-mber 2.3,  1011, foi'  Special  r  Dealer in  ,      ALL KINDS OF  Fruit, <"ndy igars  Cigarettes & Tobacco. |  Bonora Block,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  TakQ adv&ntatfo of orir Splondid News florvico  and follow intelligently tho movea of each party.  Wat'A '  V;  [  FAIRFIELD  5  -    aJ I KJ a\imt    ������������������  J. JACK,   Pitop.  A Fine Assortment of  lhe Choicest flrmdies,  Fruits nnd Tobncco  Vancouver Ice Crenm,  Dunsmuir Avo.  Cumhcrlund  toojk'8 Cottfltt Root Compooflit  Thfl gnixti Vtarfm TopI������. M^  ouly ftafo ei.ssouiftl Monthly  lUmiHwron wtilch -women mn  flepand. Sort l_j Ihr*** '  pi ������.fimirtli*-.Na. l, #1  in rf^rrflm rtmnctir, M, *._,. -^ h  tf>tW)<;f**l,mo*, p wr t>0������. 1  8oU lir ������U Cnijwtot* or ***** I  vv.oD.ti ou rocolpt (ifptioo.  ��������� Vroo {Miinpulat. AtlUrws.i  U.To������������m9ir. ti������m*lvWi  ��������� a  Wo will mftil The Daily Province  till Sop,temt>o? 23 to ..any orMress  in Canada o.ntaido the city of Vai>-  oouvcr, for S5^.  General Elections Septembor 21  *m*.wt*m,m m,\*..  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  Add a little BOVRIL  to your, canned meats  and soups and note .  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  <r  ���������RUPE11T LAND DLSTRICT  District of Ruport.  TAKE Bot.oi* tlknt Endora Mno Lppfoii  of Vauoouver, H. C.    ooca^atioii '.Widow,  i teudii in upi'ix fur iH*rntu<issu to pur-  cha-se the foils.wing tl-eoiib-d land : C* m  lutuoiHK nt ut n p<.ct phinted a!out   oi.p  mile nortli und 40chni-8 ������a't of theS. K.  corner of Seo'isvis 4, _JVwn������hip_ <8.__thaiic_  nrfib"80 c<fnii)'*~rtl!encs wm' 80 clvi* s,  tlionce nouts. 8u ohniiK   thence west.  fcO  chaini topIau<>ot coinni'Ticeuieiit, coiitnu  ing 610 acre*), m*r������ ,.r Icus.  Scribed mi po*t EML'u S.W. corner.  EnduraMae Lehsok,  i)<u (Hifk, Ago-1.  Dnts*d DeoeijOfr llth, !������'������������������  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  DiHtriot of Rupert  TAKE notice thnt Gardiner Al-  exonder.-Brudy SppncK.r of Alhmed.v  Cal., ocenporioi' plumber,'" intend**  to npiily.for i^rmiH'ion to purchaBf  the following dewiril-ed landr :���������  Oi������mm������>m:ing at u post pUnted  ahniit 30 chains wi������pt of thu **ou'h  oast ooruor of Sec'.ion 24,-Townflliip  2), Ihonco wost 80 chain������. thenco  south 80 ohiiinn, thenee cast 80  ohnins, Ox-tico iiorih lo south loorc  of Wolf Ltikn. thenco woslorly tilonp  soutli chore lo wonr end of luno,  thenco en-H ulong uorth shore uhoui  40 chains, ihence north to place of  coinmoi.cy-'-fiU, coiiiiiiniiiK 4(H.V  acri',*- moro or lo^B.  Scribod on pos', G.A.B.S.'s N.K.  coiner.  Gaudnkii AlkxandkbTrady  Spknubu,  Dnn Clnrk. Agent  Dutod Do.embor Hih, 1010.  NOTICE  Any porson or porsotis, cutting,  roniovinp or tnking nny blocks,  titnliot' <������r wood, of nny d**s*e.*iptiod������<  )olougin^ to tho Wullingtoii Colliery Co'y., or from or off tho html  of tho sniil (Jomjmny, or iiuyono  tipping rubbish of any description  iHH'ivb*'*f* v.,v,m 0<e ''otnrs^Y'1'  hi),\ U'j!) hit piXK^i'Moi) io thi hill  oxtout of the law,  W. h. CO I H.SOX,  Cioiioi'iil Maiuijror,  Wellington Colliery Uo,y.  UCPKKT LAND DI������TUICT  Diatria* of Ut'pert  TAKE rOTICR   that A<Ielaid������  EmIoi  Ciark    Brtwu,   of   ftwoKfield    N.  Y���������  married woman, liiteode to apply l-r iwr-  niifliiou to purchue the follovmiff di unrili-  edlandm���������C*in..Mno>'*g at.a poat pUnti'd  at louthwent con-.er of S'O^ioi 19, Town-  ���������hip 9, tbeniN) nurth  80 oliairi*-,,   thenoe  eut 80 ohaine,   tkcEco   nouth -80 chaiirn,  thoDM weit 80 ohaine ������n pli'oc of eonimmi-  ment coutalning 040 aorea mnre br lem.  Soribed nn poeS A.E.C.'B'uS'.W. enr  AnRLAIQR K������TKR (.'(.ARK BROWN.  Dan Clark,, agent,  Dated Ducomber 10th, lft 10.  N'OTICE.  suusontiiK von Tins xnws  ONLVOKKDOl.UHAyKAU.  RidiiiR on locomotive*, and   rail  way curt* of   tht*   Union   ^lliory  Company by any  peraor.   or  per-  ion������~-������xcept tnincicw���������u strictly  proh?v*������t������d.    Employee"  "r������* ������ub-  it^c to f*Ntni������**al for ullowiri}? mki-  Hy order  W. h. COULSON,  General Mau.i^cr.  UUPKHTUND DISTHICT  Dutrlot of Rupert  TAKK NOI'ICK thit Janon nradihaw.  ot Iviio'ie, Florida, onrperitcr, intvnda  to iiiply for puriniHaion toiiurcha������o tli-  following deaorihuil laui'i;���������Comnirnomir  at n l������������it ulnn*nl 2 mi lot weet of the H.K.  ooni<r of Soo'l d M, luwnnbip 2<>, theno*  norlh 40 nil-i-ft, tlimau w������*t 80 ohei'n,  ths nu.* no nh 40 ulieiuH, thiim-o oul 80  clisniB to pliu-i- of (-nuimt'ticemont, oon-  Uini .ii 820 noris������ nmro or luae,  henbod on piint -I H'a M,E, ourojr,  .     .    J A Si!!* UUADMUW,  Hui CUrU, agon*.  I>,ikd Us ccmbiM-.'JUi, 1010.  KrrK!lTI..\NJ;   J>ISMi*CT  Din*net of  Kuqi-rt  TAKK tn������Mce that IHU Hrookn.  of   Viinccttvor,    H.    C,   V,irri������d  woiimi., in -iiiii* iv������ i\\i\i y   i t per-  mito-i in tn purciii*si)  tl o  f. 1'nwing  deccrilx'd luxb:-Commercing at  Ipi-M )slniitnl at iIim   nor'liw������*������*i cor  ner of Bectinn    30,   Townnhip  9.  Ui**i cu ������ivint K(l i hrtini", tliiM.ti* .-.nulls  80 cha*iiw, tl ot co mvai  Uf rnain*.  thincs' imrth 8'������ chain* tn jl-ico of  com iier-remciit     coiUbi ii.������    610  ucri-H nutu> (������r !ii>4  HurilMtl on Tom I) H'e N. W cor.  Oirr.M n������on������s'e,  Dan Clark, Agent.  IKiteil Decimlier 17th, 1010.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rnpert  TAKE notice that Riohmbnd  CharloH 1H**b of Vanoouvor, B. C,  Broker intends lo apply for per  minion to purchare the foliowing  describod lnndf>:���������Comnioncing a-t  a post planted nt i post hutwoen  gecti-n 18k, Town������hip 9, and 5eet*  ion 13, Township 20, tltwceweat 40  chain<, thoneo aouth 40 chaina,  thinoe mat 40 ohain*, thonco touth  80 chain1.; thence east 40 chaina,  ihence north 40 chaina, thenre eact  40rhaiiiH, thence north 80chaint> to  piece of commencement, containing  640 Acri'B moro or \.m  Hcrihorl on pout R0BV N K cor.  UlCIIUOKD CUAUUR Bl8H.  Dan Olark, agont.  Dated D'cenihor 10th, 1910.  UPERT  LAND  DISTRIOT  Dienict ui Ru peri  -TAKE noiice that Meitrini Jame?  Taek������*r of Vai*ciuvi*V, U. (\  occupation ExpresF Mannger Ji)W*nd..-1 ?,  to apply for permifr-ion to \ ii!c>*i:-<i  t he____fi)li ai ng���������describe/J Is nd������>:^^_.  Comir cing at n j.ist plainiii  abo-* 110 chains wos of tht e u'li  ea coiner of Scot ion 24, Town-  ship 21,   thoiiw  .went   80   chaini;,  thetice foulh 80 chain'', thtneo j-opl  80 chains, tlience noi tli  80 chiiins  to placo   if ciimnu-iKemeni,   oon-  lainii'R 640������ci'r{* mon* m Iihh.  t.cril)ed<*n po<t NjBJ Vn N.ts.7  Ubtrtram Jawks Ta-kkk,  Dun l-'lark,-Igent  Dated Deoenihor 14ih, 1910.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Diet net ot Rnpert  TAKE noiice   that.   Mer-.-uoi-i"'  Leitch nf Vnncouviu,  IJ C , oic-i-  patitiFi Saleslady, intends tn ������ppl\  for peimieeinii to niircharu tlio fnl  lowinp deacribtd lstndi*: -  C"inme' cinu nt h jmat plii.-.s ]  at the norlhfafi enrtur nf Si1!*, .(.i.  34, Township 20. thr-.ii.*������i v\���������>.��������������������� H'������  chain������, tlunco Hnnth 60 ihiti*:-,  thi'iico ea*.i 80 oliiiit.". ihoiu-i' ii-inl*  JO .chaina to pl.ict* r������i cnii.rjioi.sio*  niont, ccriti������ii)int; O������i0 vufx.-, iinu^  or leu*.  , Scribed ,>n pot-r. M.1..V N. I'O. u*r.  AlAROUKWIT'E J-FITCHi  Dan, Clark, Agent.  Dated December lllih, 1910.    *  UUPBUt LAND. DISTHICT  Dtelrlot of Rupert.  TAKE NOTIOK tbat Rdwirt Dvke,  of IRInRhamt^, NV. ������������iehman,in������eud������ to  apply for perniuloa to purohuu the rob  Iowiiir Att oribed laBdii-CommenoinnR at  a put planted 3 milo* welt ot tbe  eouth diet oorner of Stetien 84, Towmhlp  W, thonoe we.t 80 chaini, thenoo aouth  ������0 ehaim, thenee eut 80 ehilne, tkuio*  north 80 ohalna to plaoe ofoommeoatuieat,  i-onUinlntr Mil anrna. mnra nr Uoe.  Soribed on poat KD'a N.K, oomer.  .,    bovfAtiu Uia.*,  ��������� , . ���������      . D������o Olirk, Agent.  DiM Decemher llth. 1010.  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupcit  TAKK notice that Et!tk Fiphor  Spi'ncor of AUmod.1, Cal., married  woman, in*end������ to ajnly for j.t������r-  minion to pnrcharo tlio following  described htnda:���������  Commencing at n pout plank.!  at t ho pouth weat eortser of Pert Ion  2 Town-hip 21, thonoe oaat 80  chair*, thonco north 80 chain***,  lliono.i woai flO <"halna, ihence aoutn  80 chains lo j'hice of f.onimor.ci-'  ment, uontnlning <U0 acrua more nr  leap.  SorW'oel on pout JS.F.K.V S W.cnr.  Kdwa Kihhkh SpwKcrtt  Dun ('lark, Agi'iit,  Vi~i' X rXf-, .-���������." - ���������- tf*,i     ir\.ri -  Q^-~-v"-^v-f*Jwy^'^.;  0. H TARBELL  {  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Aft all KITCHEN .'5UTKNBIL8  Sportsmcns Goods  and  General Hardware  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  DiPtrict of Hupfrt.  TA KW rryifr,- ���������������������*.������ th-l-'",  A������);}\-  of Vangouvor, R,0 .married woman  intend* to apply for pi*rmi������fion in  purchare tho following i dcortl. ���������.!  land*: ���������  j Comnsenrincot a poat plnn'ed  at the ������oii'h oaa* eorner of ������*���������������: ������������������  3, Towm-bip 21, thence no������'th >(*  chain*, thonte wool SO cl������.iiis������i,  thenooo iouth 80 eha:n������, thoom  eatt 80 chain* to place nf c-.m  mencoment, containing B40 ncieu  more or Ibm  | Scribed on peit, ll.A.V 8.E. cnr.  I Haidkk. A*nnv  Dan Clarlr, Agent,  D.ilcd Dcoi'inUr lClh, 111 10. -)���������::  ::;.-:   il;  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Children Often Need v^ive-bu. you eunot be too  careful what you give them.   Harsh  purgatives ln)ure th������ bowels i  life-long troubles.   The new  evacua.it I  V  ��������� l*  does the work most  effectively -without Irritating the bowels  or causing any discomfort.   The children like them for they taste  like candy.   One of the most popular of the NA-DRU-CO preparations.  25c. a box.  If ycwr drueclst haa not yet etoc&ed them, lend 25c. and we wll! nwll tl>������m. 30  Nktioiikl Drua ������n������i Chemical Company of Canada, limited,       ���������       ���������       MontraaU  Girls  We are offering FREE this fully  guaranteed Watch, a beautiful French  Doll, twenty inches tall, a ladies*  leather Hand Bag, or a beautiful goJd-  plated Bracelet, for selling only $4.00  worth of our beautiful Picture Post  Cards at 8 for 10c.  All. you have to do is to write for  cards, and we will send them to you,  and when you have sold them we will  Band you post paid any premium you  want, or if you write us we. will send,  you our illustrated premium circular  Ahowing you wnat we give FREE.  Ourv aim is to please every boy and  girl, because we want you to advertise us by tolling your little playmates  what nice premiums we give, and tell  them what you earned so easily.  ART   PREMIUM   COMPANY  79 ADELAIDE ST., EAST.,  Dept.'Ill/Toronto^-Ont.,  Canada's  Reliable   Premium   House.  Self-Educated  "But, don't you    think    you could  _lcarn__ibJ._o_ve ine?" he inquired of, the  to  beautiful heiress  "Pa always said   I   was   hard  learn," she replied tiintnlizirigly.  "But I am not   a   book,"   he protested.  "Oh, I can read you all right," she  answered.  Australia has prohibited tho exportation of the plumage, skins or eggs  of native birds.  FORGOT Ji!S_QRGAN.  8o Filkine Had ������ Little Talk With the  ...,'���������'" Custom* Inspector.  Ftlktns hud just returned from a six  mouths' tour of 'tlio coutlneut, and bis  truukn aud boxes wero uuineroua. Wltb  considerable anxious care Ue bud pro-  pared uia declaration, but when be  saw the eagle eyed Inspector plunge  Iuto bis work a waive of fear/spread  over lilm,/ Could be by;auy |k>aalbil-  ity have forgotten, any thing'?.. Aud If  so aud It was brought to 'light would  he have to, suffer the palu and humil-  latipu of arrest^ Uiipidly{ lie mn .over"  in hia mlnrj rbetylutyible' objects that  he remembered having heard*thtjtt:others bad brought in���������clothing, -objects  of art. books*, bric-a-brac, jewels, musical Instruments���������ah. bis heart, stood  still���������musical Instruments���������pianos, violins, flutes, organs���������  -...-'.  With'-beating heart; .he approached  the inspector.  "ls there any duty on organs?" he  asked lu a trembling voice.  "There is," said the inspector, fixing  a cold, steely; eye upbp hlnii        .'���������  "Then." said Filkiijs, "I desire to  withdraw my declaration for a moment." '*'���������'���������'.'  "What for?" demanded the Inspector. ..''.'.���������.  "I wish to amend it," Raid Filklns.  "I've had my nose repaired and made  over on the other side, and I'd hate to  have that orgau seized because I'd  overlooked it"���������Harper's Weekly.  A STARTLING BILL  Powdered pumice-applied with wash  .leather will remove 'fingormurks from  books. ������������������ , i  In our large cities life values/sink  ns rent values rise.  Figures may not lie, hut sometimes  a shoe denier uses them to deceive.  An Easy Pit! to Tnko.���������Home persons  havo rcpugruinen to pills licoaiiHi* of tholr  naiiHKni.iiiE tiiHto. I'urmnleo's Vonot.ablo  Pills iii-n ho prepared aR to mako thmn  agreeable t.o thn most fastiillniiH.' Tho  moRt delioato onn tako thoin without fool-  in**; tho revulsion that, follows tho taklnpr  of ordinary pillR. TIiIh is ono reason for  t.ho popularity of those celebrated pills,  but tho main reason is thoir hii?li tonioal  quality iih a medicine for the stomach.  Discolored china linking dishes can  be made as .'lean ns new by'rubbing  them with whiting.  Massachusetts   colonists  drink ten in 1719,  began   lo  Tliidlps bociuiio fashionable in  nnd went nut. ot stylo, in 1700.    ,  1520  Turks cross the  breasts and how  luted,  r blinds, upon their  |.o  the persons sa-  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  The greatest shipping port for wheat  in South Anien'eii is a-town in Argen-  linn, llnliin Blnnon.  Some of the hotels in ,Iii|niii furnish  a fresh toothbrush every morning free  io each of their guests.    ,  Tho only Kuropoim country which  has a lower ilentli rate Hum Kngliiinl  (h Norway,  Five Thousand Reis For Two Meals In  a Brazilian Hotel.    ;  Hotels are few and ill conducted In.  the Brazilian coast towns/although  an occasional good oue Is met with.  Americans who patronize a Brazilian  hotel or restaurant for the first .time  are generally treated to tx surprise  when the bill is presented. Two  7&"ffBg*^ilj5i*ir"hTd"jdiH^^  Pernambuco. and, to tbelr horror, the  bill was 5.000 reis. ���������  They nearly fainted and would have  fled without attempting to settle; but,  there being no chance of escape,, they  clubbed together all the money. they  had, about $12. and.humbly:offered It  to the proprietor, instead of having  them thrown into jail, ho laughed and  explained that their bill in American  coin was $2F>0.     ������  He furthermore explained that the  basis of Brazilian currency ls an Imaginary coin called a .-cis, 1,00*0 of  which make a mllreis. Everything  Is counted in reis, and tho figures have  a very Imposing sound���������200 reis for a  ride on a street car, 100 reis for having your boots blacked, a million rela  for ii bouse, und ro ou. It. la a silly  system, but the Brazilians seem to  thluk it perfcction.--E-cch.ang6.  PUTTING AWAY_CLQTHING.  How to Care For Winter Garment! to  Avoid Moths.  . Every spot that is not clean is in-  viting to the flying-moth, where ita  eggs may be safely deposited and  hatched in due time. So the first ne-  cessity is to have such spots thoroughly cleaned���������-this even if the whole garment need not b& .washed.  For heavy cloth coats and wraps a  good beating, airing and sunning, witb  careful attention to soiled spots, will  usually be quite sufficient. Then, if  each is placed inside a bag made of  stout muslin and with a drawstring  in the top, there is little".risk.      t ,  Among furs sealskin is exempt from  the ravages of moths. Good brushing  and a care in cleaning out ,th<4 dust  .and*''ridding .the fur of any-lumpy  places, with a day of sunning aiid airing, suffice,, The furs are then ready  to be placed ih bags and hung where  they will hot be crushed.   *'  ���������Underwear that has any wool in it  must be taken care of'also. A, clean  tfttfik; with tar paper lining the bottom and sides and a piece to. lay, over  after packing, is. perhaps' the best for  such things, as it is easy to look th������m  over two or-three' times during the  summer, airing and sunning, fhdeed,  this precaution should be taken with  all wools, furs and clothing. S_-.nct a-  bright.-d'ay, take everything out and.  hang on lines, beating, and .brushing-  and looking over carefully.,;'     ���������-'������������������*������������������'������������������������������������  Blankets should be' washed, and .'for'  that puroose it is better to take a  warm arid cloudless day that th'ey may  have all .the sweetness of the sun;  stored in their folds. If put away  quite dry and clean moths will not  trouble blankets at all.   ,        .',..'  Dr*ss skirts should, be' carefully,  cleaned,, brushed until every particle  of dust is out and also hung in long,  slender bags. If-this .is not possible,  try to fold only once and' place tissue  paper in the folds. Coats, and, wraps  should not be folded. Two may be  in*los<=>d in the same bag and ..hung,  from' the same hook,, but. hung" they  should be. -     - -     " /      ''���������'  Ostrich feathers, fur trimmings, caps  and gloves, small shawls and all the  troublesome,, little things must be  clean. Then orris and sandalwood  powdered in sacbQts will keep out  moths just as well.-,as .camphor and  moth balls.  ������*������  ���������^5-"  ^>L  C*^_-^������o  C/**  ;^>s-  II  K������s^  Etiquette   For  Husbands.  The   model  husband   should'  learn  'Esperanto.     It   contains  -no''swear  words.  The  husband of a  woman  with  a  mission should not drink more than t  just enough to produce semi-oblivion.  The husband of a lady;' doctor  should not boast of "what "we" know;  He doesn't know anything; his wife  knows, it" all. '     '���������',.'.' '.':'' .' ' .,(*.���������������������������*'.''  -���������The-husbaiid-of-a-suffragetterorator.  should, if possible, be -born deaf'and  dumb. If he, hasn't this virtue he  should assume it. ..."   iV  ��������� The husband of a schoolteacher  (should never stay out late at night  without bringing home a written excuse' in the morning. ���������'���������  ��������� The husband of the landlady of; a  select boarding house should efface  himself as much as possible. The  guests will be more reconciled to tlieir ;  own condition of they believe he is  worse off than they are. He shohld  never "answer back" to his wife, as  such conduct has a tendency to tempt  the boarders- to do likowise. Above  all ielse, he should avoid being fat,  for. that might lead them to suspect  that he was getting "bites" between  meals. His role should be that of the  clinging vine, pure and simple���������especially simple.  Administration of an outh in judicial proceedings was introduced into  England by the Saxons in (100.  The olslcst, building in America is n  Presbyterian church at HmithninpLnn,  I,. I. It, wns begun in 1707 nnd dedicated ns a irmuroh in 170H,  Stopped the Stealing.  The Rev. Joseph Erskine of Edinburgh at ono timo in his lifo lost' handkerchief after handkerchief, > He found  on Investigation thnt it was on Sim*  day theso losses occurred, nnd accordingly Mrs. Ersklno.sowed his handkerchief In the. tail pocket of his cont,  "Noo," snid sbo���������"noo lat us .see  whut wull happen."  Mr. Erskino, wltb the sowed In'band-  kerchief, pnssod down tho nlslo ot the  church *thnt morning, ns usual, to.na-  conil to tbe pulpit, but ns ho sailed by  tho amen cornor ho felt n !g'6htlo tug  behind, a dollcnto nibble among tils  contrails. < Thereupon ho.tupned.on'tbo  disappointed old womnn in the coruer  nnd mild, with a triumphant Hintlo:  "No* tho duy, honest wumnn; uo* tbo  duy."   Window Leaves.  SU   UpOPlOS   Of   pIlllllH   tllllt    POHHCSK  window leaven hnvo boon ilflaooverod'  In South Africa. They nre itll stem-  luHfi HiicetilenlH, find tbo cg'g.Kluipod  leaves nru Imbedded In tho .ground,  only tho nplces remaining visible.  Tho visible pnrt of tbe louveH Is Hut  or convex on the surf nco und color-  Iiwn, ro thnt thu light ->iin pcnotnito  It nnd roach tho Interior of the leaf  below, which Is green on the Inside.  Willi tho exception of tho blunt upcx  no part of tbo lonf In pormenhlo to tho  light, being surrounded by tho uoll In  which It In b'urlml. *    ���������  VM *m wv&ti mm car i  ^mmjm^ ma *\nny people eiitfer Irom weak he-arti.   They moy eiperi-  m    jj^OUfL       "nee MlturtuuNK of breath on exertion, pain over the heart,  |j^MflH|      or dizzy feeling*, opprettied breathin|( after meaU or their  v~  ^J^BI  ���������      eycN bcooinc blurred, their heart In not niiTiolently utrond  ^r^^^ ^\    to punip blood to the extremitien, and they have cold Imnd*'  m*    v nnil feet* i.r piinr* iif.pptili������ twniixf- of wi������nti-f>in������(l hlnnit minplv  ^Jt      ^W tothcNtoiiincli.  A henrt tonio und alterative Nliould he taken  jS] ���������7���������--^S^L    which lintt no hnd niter-effect.   Suoh i������ lit. I'ierce'* Oolden  ���������^g Llm-zzr   ^% Medionl l)it.oovery, which cotitnliu no duiiftcrom narootice  nor alcohol.  The tngrredtente, ������������������ etteiiteil unitrr o������th, are Stone rent (Colllatonl* Canii'.tn-  ali), nTunitrmit (SantiiliiHrln Cmtntlenil*), ifofitan Heal root (llydratiti Cattatltn-  ill), Otitttt'i root tsillllnjtl* Syhntlca), hleck Cherryherk Wrunii* Vlrglnlana),  Mendrake root (l^mlophytltim I'ellatiim), with triple r������(ln*d ���������rlyterlne, prepared  In a KltnlHic Uhur������tnry In 11 ������ny tlmi no drugetii tuuld Imlute.  Thii tonic contain* nn alcohol to shrink up the red hlood corpiuclen; hut, on  the other hand, it iucrciic thuii uumher and they hcuome romisJ uinl healthy.  It help! lhe human lyxtem in I lie conntunl manufacture of rich, red blond. I:  helpi the ttomoch In afskimiliite nr take up the proper element* Irom the food,  thereby helping dilution und curing dy-.pepi.ia, lieart-hurn and many uncomfortable iympiom������, itopa encem>ive limue wa������te in cnnvaleecence from (evert t  for the run-down, onremio, thin-blooded people, the " Di������wery " i������ refrenhini  ���������nd vitali������inj(. Stick to thl������������afe and lane remedy, and refine ell " juat e*|ood  medlclnef cillerni hy the i\rtif,*Mt who If Innliinij tor a \ar*\*r profit.    NoihiniJ  but Dr. Pierce'i Oolden Medical Diicovery will do you half a 11 much tfoud.  1������������������.������i_,.,���������       ,          ���������                  ���������,,.,       ~       ���������  The Head on the Desk.  Two famous tragedies���������the suicide  of Crown Princo Rudolph and the as-  giiasination of his mother, Empress  Elizabeth���������are reeord'od in the annals  of* the Austrian house of Hapsburg,  Now a third tragedy, not so sensational perhaps, but none the loss- remarkable, occupies tho aged' emperor's thoughts.  Count Seefried, who married Princess Elizabeth of Bnvaria, a granddaughter of Francis, Joseph, and who  has a fine castle nhar Salzburg, was  overawed one day recently to .see a  girl's hoad roll off ,'hi������ desk as he sat  down to work. Tho polico were call-  od ih immediately. ;   .  The same dny tlio headless body of  a young womnn* was found on tlio  rnilw.iiy which runs pnst the bristle,'  All''sorts of horrible rumors filled  the ���������neighborhood, but the thftory accepted is that the count's dog carried  tho head to tht3 pluce whero it was  found. *  Annrchii-t orators declare that  reigning houso is under a spell.  tho  "Bird of the Devil."  Tho Arabs of Algoria hnd no need  of, a- word for the noronlaiu* in thoir  vocabulary until the Algerian' aviator Sorvii-s Blighted ono afternoon  last September near nn Arab encampment when ho ran out nf gasnlino.  Withlfi a few nilnutos U00 m<'n,,jvomoti  and children wero ga.thercd around  bis apparatus at a rosi'uctful diatanci*.  They nspected it at long range, and  thd one of them gave tlie name by  which it wns to known among thorn.  It's a bird of tho devil!" When a "no  hoi*).������' wn(������iin" had rn'nched tho nvintor  and supplied hts aoroplnno with "es-  aenec," as the Frsiiich say, the "bird  Ul    HIS.'   Ul, ,,������        I.i-SV    wi,    i,j    1   ,,n,(,,lu.,.  The Rub.  "Th������������fi fniry tale* nre quite po������tle."  "Thoy are so, Mabel,    How would  you like to-be found asleep by a hand.  ii uiiu prince, ns wns the -.k*cpiiig'br)au<  *.yr"  "It  would  ho  very romantic  if  I  could   ho  sun*  of  not  beiirg  aslccpi  with my mouth open."       ,  A Diicourngod Fighter.  "He isn't so inueli n! a lighter n������ he  ii-....!  !���������) 'v."  "No.   You see, ho was always look.  ���������nr- f.ir Mism-' utie'ivho t��������� <>111 <I whip him'  at l>'-ist that's what hs* snisl."  "W.<11?"       *  "Well, lu* f.-un'l him."  Some Hnve Done Thnt.  "What's thft best way to ������urr(-e<l?"  "R.?gin ������arly slid *?.>( yoitri^lf ih,'.|  to tho idea that you arc it big thing."  MOONEY'S ^^blSCUITS  ARE     THINNE  *.    ���������  That makes them neater, crisper, daintier, moro appetizing 1  The one biscuit; good enough to tako tho placo of your own baking,'  Fresh as tho biscuits from your own oven.  Think what that moans! Freedom from a broiling kitchen���������leisure on tho porch  or in tho parlor.   Time to do the little knick-knacks that have been neglected.  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  Aro the creamiest, crispest crackers made.  They are baked in the big sanitary factory in Winnipeg���������  right at your very door.  -t  Use MOONEY'S'.and  bo  sure  of a  biscuit   that  is  absolutely fresh; a biscuit that will satisfy tho family,  In tempting packages or sealed tins  as you prefer."  1 "LET MOONEY DO IT"  He Was Too  Particular  Lord Talbot De Malahide was  talking in New York about the thoroughness of the customs investigations.  "The smuggler," he said, "is bound  to' be detected if lie tries his little  ganie-in-your-metropolis,���������The-smuggler's precaution., against' detection at  this port are a.s vain and ludicrous as  the precautions of the dreaming Irishman.  "An Irishman, you know, once  dreamed that he was visiting the late  Queen Victoria.  " 'Will you have a drink?' the queen  snid to hini.  " 'I will,' snid the Irishman, 'drop  of Irish, of course, hot by preference,  your majesty,'  "So tlie queen put on the kettle, but  when the water boiled tl 1 noise  awoke the dreamer.  "'St.. Patrick," said he. 'I'll take  it cold next time.' "���������New York Sun.  Protect the child from thn ravn-f-os of  wormfi by UHlnt? Mother ���������GriivoB' Worm "fix-  terminator. Tt Ir a stun (bird remedy,  and years of use havo enhanced its reputation,  The Solocitous Employer  The porter of a famous Syracuse  hotel being attacked by illness while  on duty, his kind employer sent him  upstairs to hed and called a physician,  When the dootor came, down, after  hnving attended, his patient', the. pro-  prietor accosted him,  "Well, doctor, how did you find  him?" he nsked.      i  "He's coming down with the  grippe," was the doctor's reply,  "If lie doos, I'll send him buck to  bed, I warned him not to lug nny  more baggage today!" ��������� Woman's  Home Companion.  M'TNARIVS T.TNTMRNT CO., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������T have useil MINARD'S  LINIMKNT on my vessel and in my  family for years, and for the every  day ills and neeiilentH of lifo I consider it has no equal.  I would not start on a voyage without-it', if it cost n dollar n bottle,  CAPT. V, )\. DK8.TAUWN.  S. "Storko," St. Andre, Knmonrnska.  Appleford  Counter  The best equipped factory for producing Counter Check Books  in Canada.  Factory  ���������nd Offices:  HAMILTON,  ONT.  Check  Book  Company,  Limited.  Zfl Hflfi    Counter  OUfUUU check Books  =  per Day.  We are supplying the Largest users of Counter Check  Books in Canada with our  "IMPERIAL BOOKS."  (Not In thi Trust.)  APPLEFORD COUNTER  .    CHECK BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED.  W������ wmnt publishers to set as twr agsnts In all Manitoba, Saskatchewan,  Aiborta and British Columb'a towns  Writs us for conditions and prkaa  C.P.R. WESTERN SHOPS  KEEN RIVALRY AMONG WESTERN  CITIES-BIDDING  BRISK  Admiral Hielihorn once had a Chin-  esc Hcrvnnt mimed Chow, whom he  brought, with him from the Knst, Ono  day Chow nuked penni-isum to go to a  funeral,  "All right," snid the Admiral. Then  he mlded: "I suppose you will put 11  lot. of food and sweetmeat** on his  grave, lis they do in Cliirini'"  "Allot!. Hiiine China," Chow replied.  "Now. Chow," continued thn Admiral, "when do you think the dead  s!'imi.ish.i.s 'i'.ill ,,.jii(_ up Ui ,.,T��������� l)w  food you leave on his grave?"  "Allee same time Melicnn mnn  conii'H up to mnellee flowers you lenve  on hiH grave," niiftworod Chow, ur*  bniis'ly,���������Pittsburg Lender,  Pn's View of It  The fashion papers sny there Is to  lv mon* fullness in skirtH, This may  be very interesting to 'mother, hut  what father wantu to see iH moro of 11  fullness in his trousers pockets,  %m frrt C ww  DIXIE tobacco  W. N. U., No. 859.  For C. P, R. Shops���������No Decision Givon Out Yet. ��������� Port Arthur and Fort  William Mado a Joint Offor, but  Sir William Whyto snys It is Impossible to Locate There���������Close race  between Calgary and Medicino Hat..  Winnipeg.���������The contest among went.,  em- cities ns to which will secure the  proposod new shops of the Canadian  Paeillo Railway still -igoi'.s merrily on.  The 0, 1\ R. is being,'besieged witli  letters nnd tolegrnlhs' from pnrtlos interested and there is -much rivalry  among various centres nn to which  will land tho coveted shopn, No sooner doon one inunieipality como up witli  a big-offer tluurits nearest competitor  goes it ono hotter nnd ho thn bidding  is quite brisk. Recently local ofllcinls  were approached to noo if tliey could  give any Information that would nllny  the suspense hut they hnd nothing to  make public other thnn thnt the mutter was under eoiisitlerntioii. nnil that  a 'decision would soon he rendered.  From the distance it looks ������s  though the mutter rusted between Cal-  gary nnd Medicine Hnt. The cities  of Port Arthur nnd Fort William made  a joint bid for the shops, but Bir  Williiiiii Whyte, tliu Vlco-l-resident  of the C. P. It. Ht11t.es that it would be  impossible to mnke iidvnntngeoim use  of n locution enst of Albert 11, as by the  time the shops nre built the company  will have ready for them about 800  locomotives in its territory between  the niountfilnn and the western Muni-  Is.'l.,.   IniuUiiiil.V ,     Sit   William,   slid   JiuL  turn the T.nke Puperior cities*-, down  without n rny of hope howover, tin ho  stated that, 'ho considered the company's terminal point at, the head of  the lnkoi*, 1111 Ideal spot for onr building shops nnd intimated that, the com-  . ** ��������� .1 1       .,1     ....   1 ,   it   |I,U>;>      llll^llv    i'AAI.l     W    \l\l. ,.    'VJ    ...,.-.._ 1.,-..:.  the idea of locating car works there,  With Port Arthur and Fort Willium  out, of the running either Cnlgnry or  Medicine Hnt will probably get the  shops, Unssnno luul hopea, that their  linit. nf cheap wn tor-power might provo  effective, but the O, P. It. will nroh-  ably want to locate in one of the  larger centres,  First Weight  The Marketer���������"Aren't you wasting  n good deal of that steak in trimming  it?"    ���������    ,  The Butcher���������"No, ma'am; I weigh- ,  ed it ilrst."-Toledo Blade.  Mlnard's* Llnlmont Cures Colds, Etc.  England hns the honor of first mnk������.  ing cruelty to animals'a distinct sub-.'  jeet of public attention by legislation-  enocted in 18*11),  Dr. ,T, D, KetloRBt's Dyflcntery Cordial Is  fiompouiutis't Hpeelnlly to combat dyson<  tnry, oliolora raorlms and all tnilani-  nintory dlHordnrs that chaiiKo of food or  water may, sot up In tho stomach and Intestines, TI10HO complaints are more common In siimriuir than in winter, Imt they  are not confined to tho warm months, n������  'iindtie InxnosH of tho Imwolti mnv boIxo a  mnn nt any time, flnoh 11 milferor will  Ilnd spoisdy rollof in this Cordial,  Demoerit.uH wns the first who taught,  in 428 B. .C, that, the milky way con*  Hinted of  a confused  multitude    pf  Htnrs,  Many a college hov. through with  commencement, is still hunting a job  and wishing he'd never commenced.  It's not bo hard to he reasonably  aiek if you don't hnv** to be nurs-**! by  any of your relatives.  Dr, C, Gordon Hewitt, Dominion  NiitomnlogiHt, snys in reference to the  infantile death rate from intestinal  diseases and dliirrhoen Hprend by the  house Ily, he believes that the so-  culled linnnloHR. Ily is yearly ciuihIihi  the death of thousands of infants, ns  well as spreading the germs of typhoid  fever. Wilson's Fly PndH nre the only  thing that will rid yoftr houso of the,***),  pests,  To prevent lawsuits, three peace-  makers were appointed for ench Pennsylvania county In 168.1.  Tn 1516 fiOO pnrsonfl woro burned at  Geneva, Switzerland, ns ,w,ltchca,  You never henr a mnn boast that  hi,-* wife -.iiim-n liio ftliuc.-i ,  The collector nf <hej'"wnges of sin"  is hover turned away ijmpty handed.  mtmrnaaammmaaaamtmam m ���������nmw tamm  1  AFTER doing up the  "^"chores" use''SNAP"  to remove the dirt nnd the  smells' from your  hands.  It makes them  clean & sweet,,  without   hilrd/  scrubbing.  SNAt*  AHTIUHIC       _  HAND CLEANER,  .SNAPOWiWWY. tW  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Toast and the Evolution of Toaster  '   *_-  "How many of the scholars at dnss-duy anniversaries know why they  ������        '���������-** 'toasts'<"  ."Syrian   muleteers   toasted   brend  over the fii*o oi' coals."  IP  TIIK   testimony  of   tbe   average  housewife   Is    to   he   received   ass  Jaw   and   gospel,   totistmaklug  end  1 tea-brewing; art  two of lhe easiest  tacks that tail to her lot.  "Easy us breathing," she, would say.  "Wiser thinkers���������who lead the times, not  ' -content just to keep up with them-^nro  calling onr nlteiulon to the humiliating  fact   tliat  not  one  person    in    twenty  knows how Lo breathe properly.  "But that Ls another story."  We  lmve   been    making    to.���������it    long  enough   io   liave  masloied   the  art,    It  came like a dash irom tlie tut-away past  ���������when 1 saw the Syrian muleteers tear  ���������off portion:, of the leathery, unleavened  bread brought from home In their krup-  tfiiulci and  toast  them over the tire of  uti.il;  kindled  upon  ihe desert sands in  ht :ee of tlieir tent���������how .probable it is  In.ii   this   Is   what   was   nieunt   by   the  "cako baktin on the coals" Elijah found  jt liis  head  with  a ei-u.se of water, ut  ���������-.wakening- from the sleep of exhaustion under the juniper tree.   Customs  do .sot change in tliat oldetit ol' lands,  as every  traveler  will   bear  me  witless.  Toast and  toasters were old stories   ',n_Sliake.*_pear_elB__tlincs _iV.e_li8ve_.fre_..  quent references to both in his plays.  The cooks of the day must have made  h better variety of mast than the  aforesaid average American cook  turns out, for the custom of put ting a  lilt in the bottom or the tankard be-  fovp pouring in the liquor was established.  "Uo, fetch me a quart of suck! rut  n .out .n il.' orders F.ilstaft; and a  few line.s further on repels the suy-  jj.u-.uiun that "eggs may lis... added to the  potation. He,will have it "simple of  itsolt." That Is. with the toaU .Tlone.  From a number of the fashionable  Tatter,  bearing  date  "June   I. -1709.'.'  . -we   learn    the   origin    of   the   term  <������ "toast," as applied to a reigning  4ie.l)e or, more which*, to a sentiment  uttered by tlie one offering the  "toast" to be drunk. Wo use the  phriiHes  fio  naturally  now  that  wo  "The toasting fork was nn essential in our foremother's kitchen."  never    bethink    us    of    their    origin,  Two   hundred   years   ago    the   Tatler_  -through t"_it~neceSBary_-t"o~ "expiain~to"~  readers that the "allusion was to the  usage of the  times    of   drinking   with  a toast. In the bottom of the glass."  How I many, even of the scholars  who otter them at class-day anniversaries,   know  why  they are  "toasts"?  What reader of English poetry, does  not recall the swing- and the ring of  r,'ho Three Troopers as I put that  question?  In   eiK-h   nf   the    cups   tliey     dropped     a  cruat,  And ntavofl at the Knouts with n frown;  Thon drew .their (iwords nnd roared for &���������  totist���������  "God'send thin Cnim-woll down!".  "Crust" and "crumb" stand  for the  toast without whicli  posset, ale and  stick   would    not   be   quite    to   the  Briton's taste.  The bit of. toasted broad in the bottom   of   tankard   or   wlnoglass   must  have been thin and delicately crisp,  or it_ would have conyerted_ sack and  wine" into" papTr Tlie "A7"AT c." afore-*  mentioned slashes off, a slice of bread  three-quarters of an inch thick,  leaves the crust on, and holds it before or over the flre until It smokes  angrily on one side; then turns it and  cremates the surface of -the other.  The edges of the crust aro charred;  the interior of tho slice ls soggy and  unwholesome.  Will the reader bear with me for a  moment while I try to explain In unscientific language why 1 Insist that  toast shall be thin and cooked  through without scorching? The Inside of the loaf (the crumb') Is largely  starch. Before starch oan be digested by the human stomach it must  be converted into dextrine by the  action of certain acids, Tf the crumby  part of the loaf were chewed long and  faithfully,* saliva would do most of  this work. "Without knowing why, wo  get the Impression that toast is more  easily digested than plain bread; Tlie  reason for this is -that heat helps on  the chemical change requisite for assimilation. Heat must penetrate to  tne heart of Die slice submitted to it,  or the gentle warmth makes the inner portions clammy, Then, the eater  "bolts" his toast, and commits a crude  poultice to the action of stomach and  intestines, instead of digestible dextrine.  The notion tliat toast and teu are  the best food for invalids is >o  firmly fixed in the mind of mothers, '  nurses and physicians at large that it.  would be vain to combat it. It is  founded upon tlie fallacious belief  that tea Is made with boiling, water,  drawn off from the tannic acid latent  ln the leaves and drunk before heat  and tonic properties have .le;t It; that  toast is cut thin from stale, sweet  bread, the crust pared away, the  slice exposed evenly to clear heat  and cooked through without charring;  then, that it is eaten at once, with  the merest suspicion ot butter���������if any  is put upon it. The stomach that cannot assimilate this delicate offering,  washed down .with tea brewed as  above, is in a bad way. Always supposing tliat the teeth have acted well  tlieir. part in converting tlie toast into  pulpy dextrine by the help 'of the  saliva.-  When we, as a race or nation, learn  "-"howHo-breathe-and-to'chew asnature-  Intended us to perform these functions, jdyspepsla will be a forgotten  word, and centenarian's multiply in  the land until their pictures will cease  to figure in the columns.of the dally  papers,  Gontrast tlie Ideal bit of tpnst described just now with tliat piled upon  a plate, each slice keeping its fellow  warm (nnd clammy), the evil task  furthered by a thick'coating of butter. ' This lias soaked Into the viscid  heart, of the slice by the time It Is  transferred to your plate. It is more  than likely that the slice is black-  edged, in harmony with the rest of  the composition, "Buttered toast" is  Invariably preferred at hotel and family tables. The call for "dry toast, If  you plense," Is assumed to be tlie  choice of an invalid.  My    Syrian   guide���������and   undoubtedly  his remote ancestor, contemporary  with Elijah-stuck Ills "cake" upon a  pointed stick and held It over the  lire of coals'. When one side was Jone  he pulled off the bit of bread,.reversed  It and stuck It on again. One" may see  the same" operation In the Adirondack  woods today when a tourist or hunter  is so eccentric as to refuse flapjacks. ���������  The toasting fork was an essential in  our . foremother's kitchen. It" hung  aoove the sink In a line with ladles'  and pothooks. She troubled her bilsy  brain as little with thoughts bf the  antiquity of the implement as her  . granddaughter vexes her ye I busier  wits with the history of toast. Yet  name and uses had' passed into a  proverb by the time Shakespeare  wrote "King John." In the' altercation over the dead body of Prince .Arthur, Faulconbrldge admonishes Salisbury:  Put  up  thy Mvord  bilime!  Or  I'll   so   maul   you   and   your   toasting-  iron,   etc.  In "Tom Brown at Oxford" we have  a like opprobrious epithet applied'to  a bully's sword. "Pistol" and "toasting fork" are coupled;  The conventional toasting fork of  early days- Jiad three prongs and a  long handle'which allowed Lite cook  to conduct tlie work at a safe distance from the open lire. When tire-  place and andirons were superseded  ~7by���������the"ciosedrcook"���������sto"ver~a~liU���������was*"  ��������� removed that the bread might bo held  through the hole It had covered, down  to a bed of clear coals���������an awkward  biriness that brought about the patented .wire frame laid across the uncovered hole tn the plute of the  range. 1 recall the glow of pride that  went through me when, forty years  and more, agone, I thought out, of  and for myself,,a plan for preventing  smoked-' toast���������an oft-recurring annoyance unless the cook were abnormally- vigilant. Some loose crumb  would* fnll into,the lire through the  wires set ubovc It, blaze up .and catch  the (oast or 'smoke It into bitterness. - - Tlie one and ������������������ only wuy to secure  unburnt toast was to watch It from  ilie moment It went over the coals  until it came off, turning il several  times to make, sure-nil wns going  ��������� well.  My device was to set the tonst-  *er beneath the glowing grate, where,  unless a stray, coal chanced to alight  upon  some  part  of  the  brend,  there  . could   be   iio   scorch,    nnd    the   acrl'il,  smoky   taste���������which  would  seem  to  be  ���������jr.sepawible from toast In some hosises  ^was an impossibility. ���������  Then   dawned   tlie   blessed   era   of  cooking   by   gas,   and   the   slender-  burred gridiron that is set within, the  oven when toast is to be made.   Or.  the patented pyramidal affair of wlro  netting   to   bf   fitted   over   the   gas .  (lame, toasting four'slices at onco and*  evenly���������if    one    do    not    take    one's'  eyes away from the toaster too long.  Then���������black, cindery ruin!  One blessed day- last winter I was  invited-to lunch' Wlth"a'friend whose  houde is dominated by what she. calls  "Electricity ln Harness." Our lunch-'  e&n was cooked by electricity: nil the  sweeping, dusting and scrubbing*; the  dish washing and wlplnirr the lighting  and warming of the dwelling, were  accomplished hy the same mysterious,  potent agency.-  ���������The  next  day   1   bought  an  electric ',  toaster,'   Since  then   we  have  had' the '���������  miracle toast Invariably at every morning's  breakfast.    A  light  wire  in-connected   with   the  chandelier  above  the  tah'e   A small apparatus, taking   little   more  room   than the  sliver  toant_rack  ��������� -sot"be"side_it, is"at th"e"rlght~Hand"of"the"  person  (--ittlng  nearest  the  foot  of the  tnb'e.    It ,1s Hanked,  when we tnke our  ���������seats, by a, plate of 'sliced bread.   The  slices are ���������.���������rustless and of uniform size  and  thickness.  Without a break ln  the  eheerf-.il  table  chat,  the  one  who presides   over  the   toaster  slips   in    four  slices,  closes  the doors of the  toafiter  and turns on the "power."   'This; When  we have eaten our fruit.    By the time-  the cereal  Is sent away, and  the mor������-  substantial rasher and eggs appear   -vo-  have toaut for the first help to nil,   It-  is hot, II Is crisp. It Is ron! (and Ideal!)  toast.   Tho.*-'e who like It buttered qualify   it   lo   their   taste.    Some   prefer It.  just as il  leaves  the  wires shielding'it  from  the  roseate heart of  the magical  "power."     All   Is   noiseless,   rapid   and"  conducted without expenditure of labor,  or thought,   fn two minutes one side In  tin., a  mm  VMM,"  THE   H0USEM0THERS'   EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  ���������ar.JSCA.U8ii! of the eiiormoui  /< itu-mbor of letters sent to  mV-' the Kxohonno, J must ante  tmntrlhntor* to limit their communications lo JOO words, except  in titinea of fmrmuloa or recipes  which require greater apace, I  want all my corrctipondoiits to  have a showinp in the Comer,  find if my requett in this respect  is complied with it will be possible fo print mttnti more letters.  Attention it called to the fact  that Marion JJarland cannot receive money for patterns, at she  has no connection with any department that sells, thtm,  A Home for Some One  HAVING read ot the grievances 'of "The  nualncm airl" nml ".hwUcl'i," I wish  .n'alnte Hint 1 lmve been lisuklng for  over r year for a woiniin to do Unlit limine.  work n excliutinu tor knurd ami Isvlglnga,  mul nl. Uio |iilvllem*������ nl a priVHto jiomu,  Mid nl   In vain,  It Ih plain that tlio hmdwiM girl dnrin't  ���������want ts do iKMii's'wmk. I don't expect "un  uwful Int" of nervluii, I hnvn threo children  iind u linuxo to 1 uim I'lii'is of, iiiiiI It would  lie a bltwinK t<> have aonteiinity to holp  clour up nfler ili������ evening mi-ai,  My liiiHlinnil n liiiihirwi keep* lilm out Into  on nnmo evenings and 1 dread to lia loft  nlniin,  Wouh.n't ynu think tlmt I Nlimilil not  tinvu nimble In ci'iiImr u helper nnil a  voniiniiilun, when vou read what the Klrl*  write ii bout the hnnl linn* thoy lmvo in  nmlie both cmln iVit>mv  I inn nm inline tlm ICmiliiiniti. hn nn ml-  vcitlxlni* medium, hut If nny one hhould  auk for my iiiIiIkum HiiiiiikH Iiiii*kki in  Ilie milijucl,  ploniiii  hit  her have.  It,  Sirs, W, H. \v. (ChlenBo, III,). *  By i, e same malt which brought  your letter, I Imd one of a doswin pitgOH  lidin n working girl, It gsieii no far to-  ward unuworlng your tniggeiited (morion  that I should print H hunt but for tho  h'liHlh.  The writer Im still young nnd unmarried, but Hhe lntn mwuiig pretty well  in-uiiiul the circle of ciiiployiiioiUK for  wonum In a day when thOHO niitnum-  Iim*. llftv to imp. the iiveiiunn onen to  lhe ������ex iltty star������ uko. ,  Bhe served hov novittiite In (s t*tove  where slid worked ntxiy h.ium a week,  ���������mil luiiKtr In Did l'iiny h-.-4i.-s.jii, mul wiih  ���������pimlicd uud hiiBtlcd about like n dumb  uiiliiii'i.  Unit ���������njimm-i- i worked In n drug itnri.  where then* wiih ii wuln fnuntiiln, I  worked wvnity-iwn lioiud every -week,  jlsiil,    i'i    iinsiM:.    iMiuue.il    tvRinimi,   unit  1 received lh n week, uinl wan tnUI In  (lie full Hint Hint wiih Uu nuii'li in |my;  Unit mum* enn cnuhl hi* fonnil wim -wnulil  wisiK I'lniiiier. Ho 1 wnu mrm-sl off nml, in  ������wi������-(|iieiici*, nut of work fnr two nr  llirt'p monthn, I maynl wllh my pni**nu.  Winn I nm wiii-klnn, I pny Ijosir.t fn tlsi'm  *il this iiiii) or fl, per weili,  .Home time ���������������/<> ymi inihliiihiMl nn nrtleln  ���������rinneil "A .iniii* Man." Thn wilier  llimiRht Klrl* miKliI in tin lionist-woik (nr  ���������>���������    i livinir.    urns  woman,   who  hire* iih-l*,  ������'tlioiiu.it" the mime, If elllier *nf them hnd  to "do houijewnrk. iin ii ti-iule, tliey would  c miicu tlinlr tulnilK, 1 cnnld write a i.nnil-  alssod  artlulo  on  thnt  uubjoat,   I   tried   It  ��������� two or, three IIiiioi-I I ililnk* llnie Is  cnoujrh suid* Thnt work Ih ont of the  question I  Then, nRaln, a woman sinning herself  "Mnther" miys Mio dne������ not pity nli-ln  who nro not nhllftert In earn innnf-j*. hnt  prefer t������ do It. It may ho thnt thn  PMrnntH of tlioHu girls enn fend and lodge  tlicm, hut eiumot huy llieln olntlieK, I  would nny to tlila Imly thnt I nhnoat  envy Imr ilnii������litt'i-, Km* myself, I fairly  lontlia Rolnut out Into Mm world In strive  as I lmve to do, hut whnt la one tns do? -.  Now, sho gnoB on to sny, she l������ In a  fnotory,  I work only (lfty-nvn hours n week (for  -we  have  Hiitiirdny   afternoon   off),   and   1  make *������ or $m n week.   After I net more  practice,   I can  mnke more,   Some of the  Irla  malm  ������i:i  per  weak,    The   work   In  Kill, It Ih a HiiickhiK factory, We mate  nml punk 'Ntflcklinta. Wis mnke twice ni"  iniieli inoney na we got In the stoma, never ,  work In the nvenliiK", and Hit down moat '  of thn thnn nt our work, I know that all  fnntorlAK urn not iih pleamint tn work in  iih UiIh, t)f eoiu-ssis, there nre some where  one cannot nnrn niueli. 1 would not work  In onn of those,  I tried onco to leach -selinol, hnt T coiiiii  nol HtamJ life,In ���������.the country. I tried in  "'l-ouidi  II,"  hut* my slreiiRlli hioke down,  I   tried, working  In  n  hotel  (luring   the  isiiinnier. Imt nfter three yen���������  nf atrimule   .  I  uavo It up and  worked nt anything 1  eoiild  aet  to. do, , ,1uat  nt   preimnl   I   nm  trylnir hard In aet hack anme of my lout  ii!  atrennth to nuht the battle of lif A.. .  I'lnwMi nxmiHii Uiiu nnlnful aorawl! 1  nm. no tlreil nnd ncrvoiiii tonlghtt fn fact,  I nm,- norvmm nil ihe time, j think the  majority of worklnir kIHh feel the namo  way  Unit  I sin,  MAUflAni'TI'  M.   N,   (OhlciKO),  Appnroiitly tlio nervoim wreck linn  never found the right Bocket, It Is nn  palpable thnt, of all the vocations to  which she Iuih nddroHHOd thought nnd  energy, housework finds leant favor tii  her eyon. Slid iMtunlMon t.ho topic with  dlmlnlti und flnnlly, "Thnt Ih out ot  thn i|ucHtlmi,"  I.liirlnu the reading of the plaint, 1  recollected n moHwigo I hnd forgotten to  Blve to the conk, Inld tiy thn pnper nnd  stopped neroHH Ihe Intervening room nnd  Imii Into Ills'* kitchen, Tho plnco wnu iih  nent iih .uindu could mnlm It, nnd bright,  with brnel-ot mul drop light, tinder the  latter, nt a whlto-eovercd Btnnd, ������at two  in..'..;),    ui.e   .iiisliii^    iht    . senium   |jiipi-i  nlnud, tho other bnay with a nuunre of  embroidery. Jloth ws*ro neatly and becomingly dreHfcd; their dinner Iind been  nn good nn mine, nnd thoy hnd eiiten It  n������ lelnurely fin they liked to do, Each  lum her own room, woll furnlnhed, nlry  In Hiimmor .ind wnrm In winter, They  rtrnw good wiiRrs, nnd, thrlr expcnscM  l���������.)������j; ii,,. .i.-ri-'ii |s.)(!o hei*'..*).? thrir  clntli'lng. eiinii aonda money "home" nnd  lum hewdos hor nenoiint In tlio hiivIii������h  linnli, They live for yeiirn In my family  without ever rocolvltm n nhrirp word or  Iho nymptom of a rebuke, when Ihey  uro ailing tliey nro rnrnd for n������ s* die  loutily ni If they woro Indeed membera  of the family, Thoy lmve consideration  In  their  wnprlim  and   lu   their  enjoy-  IMI-lMH,  The picture might ho duplicated In  thnin������niii.n of Ainerlcnn homen, *Tli������  tliiiitii.lU'h in uni' hoini'H ur������* Use met-l  (.���������iirefrfe of the working cliiHb-rj), "Their  Iwead and water aro sure," the term  covering food of excellent nuuliiy nnd  all they wnnt of It; comfortable lodgings, now nnd then the "treat" of un  evening nt the theater (ticket*-, supplied)  or a Jaunt -Into tlio country on Ihe  same terms; hooks and papers at will  If. they care for raiding; ohuivrli-golng  regularly, and evenings out In turn  carefully provided for, sometimes at  tho cost ot the e:n*pli>yer'H convenience.  Set down those unvarnished truths  against tho unrest of ��������� the woman to  whose talc wo have Just listened, nnd  say which of the two has chosen more  wisely her lot In a working-day world.  In the well-mnnnged household dullo*i  nro.ns distinctly defined nnd pnrfornied  at appointed Hcnnonii ns methodically im  In fnotory or store.  Kven the bugbear of "compiiny."  against which a certain clas*_i of so-  culled philanthropist!! rulsu the cry,  echoed by the maids whose eliiitiiplons  they assume to be, Is reduced to a  bagatelle when examined nttixr nt hand  nnd In u. strong light. At Its worst. It  is not to he compared to Iho pressure  of the "busy minwin" In fnotory ami  snlom'oom, ,  I have been drawn Into Mils defense  of housework und hoiiHcmother by thu  unrest In the very.air we breathe,  which fiUrly. throbH. tvllli the murmurs  nnd moans raised iignliiHl domestic  tyranny, nml the panting and pushing  of the HlrinBul.rs ������ftw "u wider und  higher life" (heaven savo tho murk!) for  the working womnn,  i;  IIomc Recipes  Tho accompnnylnK rrnlixsi are nn nnawer  In partita enrrnsiinniluniN who have naked  for ihem throiiidi tliu ICxi<Ii:uiho,  , ! get io much of Internal nnd benefit  tlirnuKh that medium that I am dellRhted  to return the favor.  Canned String Beans  Coak th������ lienni In milteil wnt������r unlit  tliey ore tender, Thin puck eioinly In  Klona cant, llnll tha aalied water In which  they were cooliei! and till tliu Jura lo the  top, eoverlnK the hanim well, I'our In  nt the inn ii iiiiiliiipivinf.il of bollln������ vim.-  Kin* on llm top of eauli Jatful; Heal at  siih.-u and keep In a too), dark plane,  Baking Powder ,|  ("Inf.  pntmrt  of  l)\ti \iti-l   t\\\n*\i.i  nt  rrisiim  of  tnrtur;   ',,  pound  of   baking  aoiln;   id  tiiiMtvi i,t enrn������tnrch. ���������  Mix ull u.netheri lift tlm mixture fuur  tlmeii to hv mire of lm*nrp������riitlng (ill the In-  gredlentn evenly: pill ul uncti mtsi kI������������"  jari or cam with tlilht tnpa.  Canned Corn  Rlnveri eupi of ulloest inrm*t) onrni I cup  of miliar; U cup of unit. .Mix ilnii-miKhlv;  ;���������*���������*   !rsl.^   ,1   ".-"clntri )(,),���������-!   <���������:���������   .���������.���������!.������������������������������������;   ;������������������'  mul cdoir half an hour, atlriinir fi������'f|<ifrtily  to prevent irorchlnK,   Boul bmliiiK Imt In  idllM   ruin.  When ynu wlah lo mo II, cover with  nolo* water; sunhl well; drain nnd conk  with wlintevnr acaiunlni. you like.  Boston Brown Brend  One cup ef iweet millet 1 eup of aour  milk; 1 run nf ii.mmiuil; 3 cun* uf Kinliiim  ttnnr; H iMip of inolnaa**; 1 ien������r>nonfnl of  |.������������lii|. mini; 'ii teaapiinnliil ol  milt.  .viix ouiikly nnd menm. far i\. houm.  Then aet In llm oven and hake ft, mlnuiea.  Mn, a, r. w. iL'iiis.111'lty, insii  J   Insert  your  reclpeii   willingly,   and  finest Ion the proprlecy of -nothing per-  ti'lnlng 10 the,11 nn you hove written  them,  But In the Interest of our housemothers at large, may J drop nn observation wllh regard to the canned  corn? After you -have sweetened nnd  salted *lt 10 make mire It will keep, and  theh soaked much of the sweetness of  the -milky vegetable out of It to get rid  of the saltlne������n. is It one-lailf ns good  us the heft brand of canned corn now  put upon the market under the eye of  the puro fond lawn? v\h I hnve explained  elsewhere, tho method adopted by sclen-  tlllo cannors to preserve this meet doll-  oat 0 of esculents tor green ceroiils) \,i  heat rained to a degree not iiMiilnublc  by the kitchen range, and holding the  corn nt Ihut for a longer Mine Ihnn ynu  or r would keep-II. H.v these meiiu-a tlm  lliivdr nnd sweetness nre lelnlncd.  And don't think mo ungracious, buj If  Ihnrc ho 11 bet I or wny of doing anything thnn I know of I must get hold  of It! I huve always mulniulued that to  mix sweet and' nmir milk together hi  fonkery was akin lo nutting a plwn of  now cloth Into, an old garment, Why  tho combination In yonr brown broii-l'.'  I'Ioiiho let us hour from you upon  both of th'eso polnii*. Much of the. **uod  dono by our lOxchuiiiu* Is due tn thn Interchange of si'iitlinenla and ibo friendly  ciuiipai'lsoii uf ways and moiiiia, 1 um,  iiiyiieir, "a learner sllll" In lioimewirely  lore, Not u dny piiWH In which I do  not pick up a crumb or 11 morsel of  useful informal Ion. Yciir frank reply 10  my refiucnt herein mnde may put 'i  ia*nmb���������muylie a loiifl���������lntii my hand,  Ouo hint to the i.-iiiincr mny mu go  nmlHt* with your iilft of reel pes. Wrap  Jnm or cans In pnper, secured closely by  pniiln or airing, before selling them  aVvny. Walt until the glnna and.content*  nro eold hefore doing thia. The pnper  will exclude the light nnd help preserve  tho color of fruit and vegetables,  Home-Mode Ice Cream  Will you Ithiillv pilni 11 rmlpe for home-  tnnilii leu eream? Vou make freiiiis-ni men-  Hon of It Iri your m.-nua fnr family meal*  for n week, Ih II enolly iiiniln? Anil !* It  mnrfi oxpennlvf. thnn cream bought from u  cnnfecllnnerT ....  I' Mm. W. U. 11. fPnterinii, N, ,1.b  :   If you wlah n plnlii crenm. nirtke a  CUStlirtl of It 1(11*11*1  of alloirt IllilK, Ml Ml  eggs nnd four cupfula of gniiinhited  sugnr, 'Bpiilil tho milk, ndd the eggs  beaten up with the augnr, nnd Mir over  the flre until lhe euslurd Is rich and  smooth, but not until It b-*nliis tu break,  To prevent this, put n plneli of smbi Inm  the Ti'llJr .v'i*>" |.i.f.Vltii' A',<"is-" ,T,!skr<  ciihtiird In ft doublo boiler, l.et tho custard got perfectly oold before ullrrliig  Into ,lt a riuiirt of rich crenm. II Is now  ready for Mavorlng. If you u������������ a simple  ���������'Xtrnet nf vanilla or bitter nhnoiid, or  lemon, nil ymi have to do Is stir It In.  Hnve nt hum! a *iuuittuy of finely  p011111lf.fi lei* and a, bog nf rock salt.  Turn tho enatard Into th* freezer am!  hiirrojtid tlie latter with .illeinate layers  of pounded lco nnd rock Mill. Wll to  the very top of the tbhtly closed  lii-e/s-i und piiur In iwii usi.iiiss of llm  strongest   brine.   The  freueer  muht  fn:  burled out of sight In'-cra'eked lee. Put  over all a thick cloth-fa doubled suck  or 11 piece of carpet���������mid set aside. In  nn hour's time open, beat and churn tho  contents, having scraped the fi;o*/,en walls  of custard from the sides Inlo ilu* middle  of, iho free/.er,  Now Is lh*'time for adding fruits of  nny kind���������herrlis, peaches, pineapple-, a  mixture of chopped- crystallized fruits  und nuts; In fact, whatever you,.may  wish to vary iho dessert with. ' Uent.  those *ln hnnl with a wunden paddle, and  as fast iih you cnn, fur the jotiler ulr  soon melts Iho frown contents of tho  Inner vessel, Mm bunting and churning  must bo lborough If you would havo  smooth lco crenm, KastHn down the Ud;  drain off iihmit Imlf lhe lliiuld which Iuih  I'lccumuliiled In the on tor pall; not  m'.ire, foi the suit Is needed to carry on  the pincesH, Puck fresh supplies of  rock salt mul pounded lco about tho  Ii'sokoi*; pm 11 weight ou top to keep  the' frueiMir from limiting; cover. so  sdoHClv iiini Um nil* cannot got nt the  Halted Ice, und leavo nil for two hours���������  or *ilx,  This Is anll'-fioozlng eronm, It Is nbout'  us eiiMiiy uiiiilii iih nny othor sweet dish,  mul the lii'Ht ono can lmvo In* warm'  weather. *lt Is all tho better for lingering In the less inr Homo hours after It  Is fimoii. For many years It. -Iiiih been  a favorite Huuday dessert In my family,'.  Thu cuHliiid Is made on Huliirday and  mi In Uio refrlKoruini-. Tin- loo Is  cruokod (or shaved wllh an Instrument  lllllflfl   fill'   111.I   pUI'pllHS'l,   Illlll   Dili   lll'l-KIT  Is" packed down before. bi-nakliiKt, The  uponlng und homing uud chiiniing nml  Iho ropm-klug dn nut lultc lliloon inln.  uii'H, Nohoii.v'H (iliiiichiioliig |h liludnioil  by the upui'uiluii,  Wh*n ynu nro ready to aei'vo the  cream, lift mil Iho frooKnr, wrap all  nbout It a towo| wrung nut lu boiling  wntui* arid Invert ll upon 11 chilled dish,  Ynu will lmvo a column of lusulousimss,".  sniooth and Hini.  As lu iho expense, After estimating  the Ingredients ui niuikoi prices, wo  hnvo dooidod thai 11 i|iuii*t nf liomo-nuulo  lee eronm i<uhIh nlniiil lwo-lhlrds as  mui'h as an Indifferent urlh-lt* uiidor Um  smni) nnmo wmtltl bring nl 'Hid eiiiifei*.  tinner s.  A Bit of iJrrssiHjr Hureau  hi mi 1 ure  Cut two pleoi-a of I'lirdhninil a llllle longer  tl'un your Issng, *t -liai|iln ni.il of a like wlsllli,  Cover Isnlli hIiIih of ���������s.i|i |,|,-,,. with t,ln-el  WIldlllllK, I'IH lWil llseesi ol velvet or plliall  iiInuii nn Ineli Inrner thun the oarilhoanl,  Sir till   tin-Hi.   over   imr   ������|,|.> nr   enili   enril,  ....,!..���������   ,|,   ,l,,���������   r���������K<-   ll|l,I,    ,,lllll   St.   )ll   tn-   Ull"  wrong fl.le, him draw tliilnly ainl Hnnnihly  by eilti-hlllK lhe |i|ip|.i|.iivei rslasi wllh a  llinlle iiml HlniliK tin mil, liilnidiiii ths.  thn ml   fiisiu  en.I  In uni  uinl  fiiuu  nlili'  in  ' ������liln ������������������mil Ilia muff In iii-iieetl)- ainnnth uii'l  taut uimn the iiahi Hhle, Now l.i> llm  wrnns Hhlea .,f Mn- 1 ai,1������ iiKi-lliei- and t-w  wllh n mnt overhand isiiicli all amuiisl tlm  Clin**,   Kawen a conl nt eai'li iipiser onrnar  I in Iiiiiik llm wnilihil isllk usiuaie up hv,  Htlrk hni|.ln.. all ntssiinil tin- cslpi-ss I In..-.,-  l.iil ii|...n nihil- llinr mv.,. ul' ulil-fn������lil,.ii.si  Iil (suss till (nil, |.|u*. fflHtllllllif llli'lll Is, Ills-  ti|u������h. Tlsi-v ni<- riitivenli-rit in liiimr kn-i.  Milicnlinokii, riifelv |ln������ and the lliu ii|" 11.  J.OtMMU A.  il'*ull  l.inili;i-,   InWisi,  Pickled Beets )  It "iS. I>." (riilengo), will Bllco tho cook-  oil lii'ttH, while tut* um hot, Into vlneuar '  Which linn been inltod (and If aim liken,  HiiKured) to liiale, (hen .let them got Ice- '  rnlsl, alio will, I lliiuk, Mnd >ihum to he  pretty nearly if not finite what alio ions*  for,  Kntm-thiioH we add sliced onion nnd  whole hn id-hnl led s yt:p, II Ini; limn, lu.t  In -siervlnif, They rmitlllnle iiiaieiinlly to  lnokN  iiiii!  Ilihle.  1!, H, 1*1. (Mount Vcuinn, N, V.).  A sonsonablo contribution to our Hat  of Hummer naiads, ,'L'he donor lu invited to .favor us further along this or  any other Hue   of   housewifely   enter"  prlne.  Fried Chicken  Khully puhllHh n 1's.cliui for chicken a hv  Mm.\inm! ami i'MIki- 11 i'i.|i������tanl Htuileiil of  Un. lUi-iy unit lieinfui |.;xi-hanae.  ' II, 1'. c. (ChlmiKO*).,  ���������   Pried Olilckeii a la Maryland ,  Joint 11 lender chicken nf for fricassee,  \Viiah and wipe poiiiu-ily dry, Dip each  pleco In beaten ig������, ihon roll In wilted  und popperi'd criickor ilusi until It Is  thori,iiii,lil,v s'l.aioil. Sol upon loo for an  hour, Huvo plenty of clean dripping ur  oilier fut lu a iluep frying pan nml bring  slowly to iho bubbling point, l.ny In  ihu I'hli'liiin I'urofiilly and fry on both  Hi'oh to a- flno biuwn. Uo nol put loo  mnny pleros in ui ,1 11 nu.', ur all.sidi'N of  each .will mil bo .loin* evenly, Try long  enough to mako sure tin- thickest place)  urn sifiiii* uli-uiroiigh,  Virginia Fried Chicken  ,If cooked as abovo d I reeled, except  Unit It Is usually fried In imcon tut. a  pndnd or ho of fat bacon In slleiul and  , 1 iinlud crisp, but nut In Ihiiiiiiik, Tliu  tut Is then strained froin llio bacon ami  this not over hot water to ks*s*p warm  while tho strained fat is returned lo tho  lire,'. Ill-ought to tbo boll nml unci) inr  frying the ohlokon, The bit lor la, of  ioiiiti*, pivijiii'i'd with e������g and cnuki-i*  iIiimI, When 11 Ik dialled thu sliced buciili  Ih I.1I1I aljiiul II. Tliuilo who have eiilnu  Irli-il chicken prepared In both way������  olv'e tbo preference */r> tho VlrHmn.  iiioihoil, riuiKiilerliiK that the bnenu, It  *\mii   V.iii-.i!-;-   ih-liiw-'**-. to Uio ttrivor.  Ci-rnm Gravy for Trlod Chicken  TIsIk reli brnted illfh l������ often nerved  wlilisiiii uny Hiiiici-, In Murylnnd, and  Kiimeliiiiof In Virginia, li Is highly us-  li-oiu'l'd  as u dinner illfh  when uccuiii-  .M'li-r Inking th*- Init pi'-.-o nf chicken  out or the biasing fat, stniln the gronsit  ys'i iig.iln, Mr In it mux uf llour that  bun bron very llglnty bruwiiod, tin 11  rnnltisl In 11 Keiniriili' imn with a rod-  i-iiiiiH lump nl liiuier nnd Ihliiuoii wllh a  fow h|ifiiiiifiil������i of cream heutiil In 11 i.*up,  wllh iho addition of a plm-h ut aodn lo  guard asntii'-t curdling.   Hllr this roux  M.iilslitlh    lulu    the    list    f.it,    .liul   sisli-  tlnue iho NtlrrbiK until It In of the rlwtl  onti'.b'IfiH'y nnd vory but, t.n������tly. add it  labli t.|iisiuiinl 1,1 liiis'iv U1HH.01I (Mii-loy  anil pour fivt 1 (lit- s'iiicl.iii. mmmm
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IHE FURNITURE STORE
BLANKETS
AND
COMFORTERS
"White and Grey
Blanket
Flannelette Sheets
all sizes,
Wool and Down'Comforters, Pillows and
Pillow Cases. We can supply everything
to make your bed comfortable. A full
stock of Furniture always ou hand.
arm max*.********.*-** m*Vj
N.  HIRAHO,
PASHIOMABLE   TAILOR
l^ADIKS*   &  OKNTI.KiMKN'.S
TAILOR MAPK    SUITS
FBOM   ��20.00   TO ��35,00.
Cl,KANING    AND  J>RKSSING
DONK AT
Reasonable Pricks.
Phone 62
Cumberland
Tommy's Bicycle Shop
H- Hakanishi, Pi��op.
,iHfi"l,'l"'jTi"J"l,''l"l,''i",l"itf"Jwl"
���GENERAL REPAIRING OF���
Bicycles, Sewing Machines,
Guns, Etc.. Etc.
Plumbing Done.
A, MoKINNON McPhee Block, Cumberland   U
*VmmmmtMaamaa&]L_M_^
Heintzman Piano For Sale.
TENDERS will be received u the
urtireol W Weiley Wiilarcl, Cumberland,
U.C, until Octobct ist, 1911, for the pup
clmse of 4 Heiiuzman Piano. Tlie piano
is almost ne* and in first class condition
and cnn be seen at the hoipe of Miss
McDonald, Comox, U.C,     **
Lowest or any tender not necessurily
accepted.       W. w! WILLARD,
Official Administrator.
Cumberland, BC, Sept. 12th, 1911.
STILL OPEN
o
^���> >�������� iinm-a   1 1 1.1���
Will Ciiuada one day think ln��t ���
tor of it? Th*m soeittB to bo op.
crtunity for tober nftortliouglit,
doupito the political!'overt urn. in*.
dieated by the election of Thurs
(jay,
The new Parliament is yet to
'liieut, oryunizo and pas** upon tlie
question of reciprocity with thu
United States, liy all rules of
politics the verdict of the popular
vote depotiiiig the Liberal.) froin
power oarrios with it the inundate
to denounce the piogramino fur
which Premier Laurier courageously mudo stand. While this'
programme includes other mat-
tors of domestic concorn, such as
the creation of a Canadian nftvy,
undoubtedly the iiiost/proaiinotit
feat 11 re is that of closer trade relations with the United States.
When the' new Parliament'
meets, will it thro"' out the agreement as to reciprocity 1 Undoubtedly,. I3ut will that eud it all?
JJyj1.ojue.a11s.
The low passed by the Congress
of the United States at tha late
special session, called ��poeially/to
cous-dder und act upon this matter,
Ftands today us the Jaw of the
land and will so stand until it is
specifically repealed. That is ' to
���ay, the question is still open for
Canada,
Let it nunain, Wo 0111 well afford to do so. The United Stat��3
holds tlie position of ottering to
trade witli Canada on a -basin of
reciprocal advantage whenever
that province  is  ready,    It  may
bo sooner or later, hut it must
conn*; until nil and commercial conditions require it, And iho way
is left open for an expression oi
the wisiir nud better jud gtnettt of
our neighbors, ���Jio**'t*��ii,,Po(it.
LAURIKH
The llgure that commands tho
most respect nnd -sympathy in all
Ibis tromoiiduiis political uvor turn
Iti Cuuailiin- the defoatnd lender of
thi.* Libi'i'iiU, the grund <dd man
of his tuition, Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
Going down to dinnst-ei' by reason
of.hia nilhureiico to a principle lie
m*od not have embraced; facing
the country on au lusue whose
avoidance would have kept him in
all political security, Laurier pro-
eon ts to the world the picture- of
a fltatcHiniin with liuni't and con-
oiuncoa? woll ftR brain, ami the
victim of misapprehension, uot of
auy fault ui his own,
Sir Wilifrid i�� 70 yoiirnold, yet
COMMUNICATIONS.
THE GUN and its ABUSE*
Editor News:���
The gun leferred to above is
intended "to mean'both' rifle aud
shotgun, for each (is equally dangerous when carelessly handled,
In this western part of the Dominion we are blessed with a variety of game the pursuit of which
is ardently sought by young;
middle-aged and ejderly people,
each in their own'particular way
as they think fit. Some travel
the, lowlands for deer, others the
���mountains, and grouse are hunted
pn-bQth;,for-ducksrof-course,-we
liave.to prooced to the salt water
if the desire is procure a good
bag, In this particular district
we >,ave; a young generation
growing up about us, and following in the footsteps of theii
fatners they acquire a gnu at, an
early age aud stairt to hunt, How
many of these youths have had a
single lesson in the care wi'h
which a gun should be handled,
I venture to say, very few. The
gun accidents which have occurred iu this immediate neighbor
hood during the past eight or ten
years bear out my statement, ���' I
do uot intend to infer that all
these accidents have been caused
through tlie gross carelessuess of
youths, but what I do state, and
that most emphatically, is that
they have nil been brought about
by the careless handling of the
gun and for want of proper tuition
iu the carrying of this weapott.
As a general rule thf** ordinary
shotgun or, rifle is not by any
means so dangerous to the man
who is packing it as it Is to the
friend or friends who accompany
him for the trip. This is oue
point on which I wish to dwell
for a few moments. Pre.servation
of one's own life is ihe first law
ol nnture: therefore we all do otr
best to enre for ourselves while
hunting, but how mauy of ur
consider our companions on the
trip. In my numerous hunting
excursions, covering a period of
29 years, I would not like to say
how often I have looked down
the barrels of a loaded gun carried
bv a companion, or turned  sud.
it is iinpofudblo lo think of him an
nj,*cr*"i��m.tril,   "It 1** surety'M'-it denly on t\xt* trail when  ou  the
budtime yet" for tho greatest of lead to find his gun centred   ou
some part of my anatomy. Occasionally I have mentioned the
lact, ami nave been juionued thai
the gun was not cocked. This
makes no difference, reader; we
have all kuown of guns going off
at half-cock, and should ihe
weapon be a hammer gun there
is   ulivayh tin* possibility of tiie
MAROCCHI BROS
GROCERS   8t   BAKERS
AND PROPRIETORS  OP-
CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING  WORKS
���HBWHi.il-l.. iM.srt ��������� amumm*    11 ���!���   1 ii"-im u 11 us imsn���11 ��� .- i ��i.���_������������ nm., nm< ������
Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER &.
Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of
.���Wines and Liquors.'
\\
SECOND
bok to is the safety of his companions. I-lis" own is positively
assured so far as his weapon is
concerned if he has learned the
first rudimants of carrying a gun.
I do not wish to lay down any
hard and last rules regarding tlie
especial positions iu which a gun
Should be carried; suffice it to say
that at no time, whether empty
or loaded, should the '.'"muzzle
point at a companion, for we often
read of accidents caused by the
fool who "did uot kuow it was
loaded!" ;:'
I well remember the instructions I received from an elderly
relation about the time I began
to use a gun. Calling 111 e aside
as I was about to start on a hunt
ing trip with his soil, he enquired
STREET
$20 REWARD
ffTwas aware oflhFTliree positions in which a gun should be
held. Upon receiving my'reply
in,tlie negative he said: "Will,
my boy, there are only three collect posiiions i'or the muzzle pT a
gun' to point,-whether empty*j
loaded or in the act of loading;
aud if you follow these 'instructions you will never be the cause
ot a gun accident." The first
position he 'mentioned was pointing at the ground, the second-, at
the sky, and the third at the
mark. .J-Jow if all the nitntods
in this locality would read, mark,
learn and practice the foregoing
position}-, for a gun there would
be no more shooting accidents in
this district and the object of this
article would be accomplished.
W. P. Ramsay.1
Change of advertisements will
hot be received at this olh'ee later
than 12 o'clock noon on Tues*
clays.
The hospital and  government
buildings sewer is completed.
uf
(7wtiiid��iV ���l.uU.femeti. J!ib country
will uet'd him and cull upon him
yet.-- Ik '.cm )'<��i,
Lit*ut.***Ool.    Woll'eiidcu, fot a
uum be 1 ol 'year* Kin*.','*-   Printer
* '���'. \*tin, ' ;c*
..l.'M.sy tlieiu
1:1 tha* city
In-!.
on
.''*.*< ;ii tv* tr.'Tf.,- !���!( ft
, P., L.\v,
tiit \" ir-
moutii. ai'. '-Mru-i! lnsst.!'. to Mr
)���'* ��.s.i.s*s. xx hn uiil ncrf-pf fo r<*-
jnai.i i.t public life. Law had
ajuajuilty of liqo.
SUMMER SCHEDULE.
The SS. "Jonn" will sail as
under.���
Leave Victotia Tuesday, 7 00
a.m., for Nanaimo, Union and
Comox.
Leave Comox Wednesday 8.00
am., for Union, Nanaimo aud
Vancouver.
Leave Vancouver Thursday,
9.00 a.m., for Nanaituo. Union
und Comox.
Leave Come:; Friday. ?*oe.*. m
for I'liiou, Nanaimo and Vancouver.
Leave Vancouver Saturday,
9,00 a.m., for Nanaimo, Union
nnd Comox.
Leave Comox Sunday, 1215
a,in,, for Union, Nanaimo, and
Victoria.
A reward of $20 is offered for
information that willlead to the
conviction of the party or parties
who removed a rudder, gasoline
tank, and some pipe fittings from
my boat which is lying^on the
beach near Roy's.
Tnds. E. Bate.
Cumberland, B.C., Oct, 3rd, '11,
TENDERS will be rtceivod up
to Saturday, Oct. 7th. fur the
buildiu'^a of a third story addition tw.my buildiuir on I��iii)K-
iniiir AveiiiiiB. Plans iind specif
fieatioiis may bo seen at iny office.
The.i'\we��t or any tender not
necessarily��� aeenptod, ,.
I   Bicycles for Sale
and Hire.
P.O. Box 360
Local agent for
Cleveland. Massey-Harris
and Perfect bicycles.
Telephone 7-0
If you want Cheapest and Best pa'ronise���
K. ABE & Co.
No, 5 Japanrsu Town.
Fine Groceries, Dry Goods,
Candy, Fruits. Etc., Etc.
I have 3 fine Baths, complete, white enamelled ware, good quality, cost $45.00 each,
Now $35.00 each
W*m**>t>a*aW^
^\\lllllllllilllilllWi:illllllll!llillilll!IIIIIM^
I  Capitul $0,200,000. Reserve $7,200,000
The Royal Bank of Canada.
���Victor. Bonob.v.
DISSOLUTION' OF PARTNEK-
;     ship.
TAKE NOTICE that the part-
mo, part-.
It. llor-
ner'sliip existing between
nrt'l uud A, Nfaxwell in connwitibn
w'th the Stni- Livi'vy Stablo in tin*
City of (himbtM'lani'i' has ln-on dis-
i-jolved as of tho lu dny of .September.   ',*.*.��� ���*.''-.
All dohts due tho tirin up to
and inelndinff SeptetMnher -loth,
1011 are the joint property of It.
.Horual, nnd A. Maxwell and the
same may hn paid to A. Maxwell
who is authorized to give receipt***
for the same.
All del its contracted hy the
firm up to nnd ..including the above
mentioned date tmmt bo presented
within thirty days to A, Maxwell
who will natirify tho same, on mv
behalf.
-It, IJoi'iial will not he rpspmici-
blo for any debts .contracted in,
connection witli the Hitid Livery
Stable husincsH on and after the
loth/ day of Suptenihor 1011.
Ii. IIounai,.
COAST LAND DISTRIST.
District of Count,
takk.notick that Davidson Ward
Co,, Lul., of Longhhnro Inlet, oihiu-
pinion liim]*sim<*n, intend to apply
for pormiiHori to purohm-ii the fol
lowiniid'M'criltod lnndi-: Commwnc
ini^rtt a post il'ui'cd on ihu wootb
rilde of Jluidwick Maud uhmit 20
chnini* from *��hiiro, ilmnco on the
enwt lioiii'dfirv line of Ipiuo lot
marked fifi If H M; thonce north 20
ehniiiH. ihewneiiKt 20 elniini* thwncf
north 20 onn ino, thoncn oust 80
chniiif, '.hmen houiIi 40 chiiim**,
ihence w����t 50 chainp, buck to pine*'
of nomm-mici-nionf, containing UO
icres more or Ids**,
11   Davidson WaiidCo.. Ltd.
,i ,, I,,    i
i*   O   M UIU, UgtllH
Ddb-d ..URual 30, 1911.
 - -  ��� ~���
f DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL
1 OVER   THE    WORLD.
( SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interim
I   at highest Current RaJt'S aliowi.d on Dt-posite of #1 and upwiirdb.
g CUMBERLAND, B. G., Binnch. Open Daily
| UNION WHARF, B. 0.,   fcub-Brach, Open Thursdays.
I D. JV!. MORRISON, Manager.
g, COURTENAY,   !i   0 ,    Biancb, , Open Doily.
I W. HOFF, Manager,
%i!iiiiiniNiHiiiiniiiiiiiin;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiui!iiiiiii',iiiiiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiiu:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii��^
JB^BhillieeslHarbison.
BARRISTER AND SOLiCITOR
NOTARY   PUBLIC
CONVEYANCNG
Dunsmuir avenue
CUMBERLAND,
mmmm,mj_tmiamme_xmmim**>ii*im*i-_t.itrK*uum<&-^^
t*9 amm���tm.Maaamam
==V. BOl4Q^fl==��==a';
ttlholesale Dealer in lV!]_ESr IilQUor{.&'fiEEH
P. 0. BOX 482
PHONE SO....
CUMBERLAND
a*mm
This is the first spring in the history of Comox
District that the local dt-mand for eggs has been
equal to the supply, Nothing pays better than
poultry, if they are rightly managed. , Begin
with the little'fellows and'feed them CHICK
FOOD, which is a mixture of hone meal, wheat,
oats, com and oilier grain, cut aud blended in
the right proportion to make them thrive nnd
grow.    For sale by
A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.
DKAbEU IN KLOiril AND FEED.
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T*_mm*r**mmmaimtt*r* .mamma \
SECOND-HAND AUTOS FOR SALE
n
NO I'lCVt ii hereby ��ivtn ili.u on the
Hill day ol Nsi'vcinhf.r  h;i i, ,i|>|<lii:annii
ivill hi' in.*��'J<* io ilu* Sii'vimi'* iilftn nf-
, _ .. ...      I��rmiiici;il l'uii-:o, for llit^iani  if a !i.
In.mmer catching a 'wig and the U:n.e tnt lhe sn)r of lu,mr by ,,:t(,!(.$,.t!(;
cartiirl|.e in the chamber   h'.duglinaua upon ilie firemwrs kutm-n as f.'-tl
exploded when the twig release*! * ��f Soction6��. ��n n�� c,���..er m Un.,,, ^ v��to����; '���'ih* 'en*��* ^J** ^
�� H .      ,   ...       .. ... ,, in) .K*.fiM< tu wil   nqo.i.'i   In* rtUil in tins
it*; hold. .*ljnJ *'��  *������. ^^wy.  tomox h^lkn^nuihn{l%whalltf1rin*er*Mt
'^MKKRV HonosK.s^.v, Applicm*. Cmn"]t' lttX VlM��� M Curr""
KOTICK ji  tirrotiy uWtin   tlmt on the
11. . ,i,,��� ftxy* -tM��..,���.i ,,.....*....( ,.. ,,,;l*.
...   . ���. -t  ��� . . ........   * i   I, ,. ...    ... .1...
h��> imutnt�� tlio Siiperinti)uJt.*i��t ul t'ru-
viucial I'uliosj Victoriu, for n roiiiwal ot
tlm liotul Iscfin" to Hi II I quori liy rotnil
In Urn lis,tel k -i'wn at ilia MaliiHjiiim II,s-
ti��I, pitiutnl *t I.un'', RO, F��ki�� Thulin
Dtito'l v,*j im.lwr I't, 1011,
NOTK3I? in In rofiy jjIhti thst on Iho flr��-t
��tiy nt IWmiilw! iifit nin>|ioitiim will Ik
simile to thn Supi riiittrnh-nt of   I'rovineial
One 4-cylindcr IHJICK,
complete with top, glass
front, speedometer,
electric side and tail
lamps,   nnd   acetylene
h,���d "K'1*5'     MM
lllcc,     ... y*w��/w
One car same as above,
with head, side uud tail
lamps, genera
.uj,eic.  iricc
?750
One 2-cylinder Huick, ?,o
29 hp*. generator lamps
top wind-shield,'
cic,, onh
$750
One Kord car, 3-seater,
complete nnd iu p;ood
order, with fine a/aa
tires, only.... ��pOUv
Oue air-cooled Franklin,
complete with wind-
siuem, iteact, side and
tail lamps, geueruiuy
etc. This is a 4-cylin.'
der 15 hp. car, <>7CA
only tp/uU
One Rover u 'np. a-pass-
cuger car. battery and
magneto ignition, tires
iu fine order, car In
splendid shape,
only	
:��� $400
fHOS. PLIMLEY,
Victoria, B.C
it*; hold.
The one and only ]>oi.it whicl
a spoi-tsmau should ut all times t   l>4teathuoib, d.iyofOu. 1911.
lHtr,l Uofiibi-t .'), Kill.
^
OFFICE and STORE V30 YATES ST..
GARAQE. 727 JOHNSON 6T���
'���If you git -  at lMitnlcy's it'�� am. Rto.HT
P 3 -.W.�� Du Rop'ilrlHC
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