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 .-**  V  I  /  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests o* Comox District.  The News, Nineteenth Year.  CUMBERLAND, B. C,   WEDNESDAY,   JAN.  xoth,  :Qi2  Th������ ''Store  o* Vitality  Subscription $1.00 a Yeah  THEBlGSTOkE  ������������������  X^TE ARK STO^K-TAKING; and do not wish  * V wish,,tocarry any of these lines into  the New Year,      , \'k:"  Men's heavy dark Twqsd Shirs, reg. $2.00. Sale Prjcc.$1.35  Men's heavy bark bine serge ������������ il ������175. Safe Price $1.25  Men's HBK guar, buckskin shirts'������ 81.65.   Sale Price $1.25  AT COST PRICE   ^  Meu's^Sweater Coats, Sweaters* Overcoats,  Ladies' Coats, Skirts, Fi������rST-(all this seasons.)  -   N      Children's Bearskin Coats.  .    Cheiielle and Tapestry Curtains, aud Table Covers.  SPECIALS  200 pairs Men's Heavy Wool Socks, regular   350  and 40c. per, pair. ' Pay day', 25c. per pair. >  SEE OUR TABLES   OF   SPECIALS.      They  all mean a great saving iu necessary lines.  Slaughter prices on all China and  "*������ . -  Xmas Goods.  Simon Leiser & Co./Ltd.  ��������� I-'To the Electors of the  City of  Cumberland:  Announcem  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Locals.  ���������Q ������o Robertson, District Deputy,  AV. W. Willard nud Fraser Wn*.  son, left by Sunday's boat fo"  LadysmiiU to attend a" meeting of  District Lodge No. -i L. 0, A,,  wjiich wns held in that plnco on  Monday eveuing. Several del  (���������iittw also went from Courtenay  Lodge.  Mr. Niel McFadyoh and Miss  KITio -MtsFiuiyoti- loft liy Sunday's  bout for Vuncoiivo, where Miss  McFndyen will take a courso nt  Normal School. *'' ���������������  Mr. Lou of thn Dominion Ex.  press Company was iu town lust  week, aud in an intorviow with  Mr. T, ihtto etatod that ho Iind  made jwnngemonts wheroby a  branch of tlmt company, would ho  started hero In about two weeks.  Cumberland.  A petition is leing 'circulated  by Constable Gray, and is being  liugely signed, requesting the  Dominion Government to build a  wharf at Roy's Ue.ieh., We  trust tlio petition .will have tlie do-  sired effect..  Wo nro pleased to learn of the  promotion of Mr. McAllister to  tho management of the 1 loyal  Bank at Port Moody, IJ. 0. Mr.  McAllister has been, for about  two years iu Mie bank hero, and  lias buen at nil times a most courteous and obliging oilloial, nud  wo wish him ovory success iu his  new and important position.  Robert Graut Sr, and Miss  Grant nrrivod last week from Vic  toria,  Mr. II. A, Ferguson, a noted  special publicity man, is in town  this week engaged in getting inn-  torlnl for a historical nrtielo I lint  will uproar iu Tlio .Cumberland  Nuws iii next week's isstio or tio  issue following.  Mr. "John Matthews loft last  weok for Vancouver, whew lie  with his family will in future re-  side,  Mr. Joseph Stewart, son of Mr,  nud Mr*. Janier Stowurt, spent the  ChriHtmns liolidays with . liis pn.  routs, and returned to Vancouver  on Thurs lav.  Mr. and Mrs T. McMillan re-  turnod lust week from a visit to  Nimui.noand Ladysmith.  Miss Kvolyn Hate who has boon  visiting her father Air, ?. E,  Unto, returned to Victoria on  .Wednesday Inst, anil Miss VIvliui  'nnd''Mies May Hate left on"Saturday, week for Vancouver,  Ladies and Gentlemen:���������  Having been rtijttJSSted bf a requisition signed  by a large number df electors to offer myself as  candidate for Mayor ai������T, after careful consideration, have decided to accept; nomination. I have  setyed you seven years'as an alderman. If  elected, I will look after,the best interests of the  city and citizens, and will do my duty without  fear or favor, notwithstanding what may have  been said to tha*-cohtrary;  I will address you publicly and go fully into  the matter'before election day.  Soliciting your votes and influeijcp for a tlior-  ough business andup-tordaje method tf conducting the aflairs dl your city.  ���������I am, Yours Respectfully,.  T. E.  LADIES AND GENTLEMEN:���������  Al the request of a large number of ratepayers of this city I tun a caudidate for Mayor in the  coming municipal election, I cheerfully, submit my conduct of the affairs of the mayor's office during my short  incumbency of ten months for your approval or rejection.  If approved. I assure you I will continue to give the best  of my ability and very earnest attention to the duties of  tlie office.    Awaiting your judgment. 1 am.  Rfspleetfully Yours,  J. N. McLEOD  lalifax*iyfo*aaia*^%*fyaiat^^  tic NOMINATIONS '  For Mayor  T. E. Bate  J. N McL������od  Foi; Alderman  T. E. Banks, W. Beveridge, A.  Campbell, It- Cessford, R, Cue Sr.  R. Horual, A. Maxwell,. J. Ileid,  I). B. Stevenson, H. P. Stoddart.  For School Trustee  P, Aclon, E. W.'Bickle,. T. II.  Carey, $. McFadyen. Jns, Smith,  Alex Walker.  , Wo would draw the attention  of tlie civic authorities to" the  fact, that tlio sidewalks aro for pedestrians, not for coasters.  Mr. It. Dowdall who has beon  spending Qliristmas with his family at Victoria, returned last week  accompanied by his daughter  Kathleen,  General Manager Coulsou and  Mrs, Coupon arrived from Vic.  toriaon Thursday' Inst.  '���������-,���������������.  It is with deep rerret that wo announce the death  of  Anne,  wife  of our respected fellowtownsmnn  Mr. Joseph Shaw, which sad  event took place on Monday ev-  cuing at the residence .uf her son ���������  in. law Air, L. W. Nuiius, utter 11  long and tedious illness. The  deceased lndy who was 7] years  of age wns a native of ^England,  and had been a resident of this  country for a number of years.  She leaves basidenjiusbaiid, thrte  sons and threo daughters to mourn,  the loss of a dear old mother in  Israel, The funeral will take  place on Thursday afternoon at  'ri.30 o'clock from the residonc of  L W. Nnuns, [Maryport Ave.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L., President         ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager r_   CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  .���������.*....  There aro 201 registered house  holders and 147 property owners  nti tli" "ivtc   t'otciv   iK't.  ������.f ������ir.  tola!  Miss Jessio Frame left for Van  couvor on   Saturday   to   take  a  coiir^o at tho Xornnd school.  An H'lictloii enlhni'inst * wauled  to wngcr us liftv cen'x ihat Unto  would win. Ho has fifty cent*  worth of fnith in In* man any  Iiow.  Mi-vs A. B. Clinmbera B, A.  will arrive by Tuesday'b bout to  Irtke chnree of the hirrh wdinnl.  Do not forget tho Night School  on Thursday tho lltli and on  Saturday the ltttli, of this week.  A full attendance is requested,  -.,���������.��������� n   Miss Harriet Hrhwn is attend,  ing the Teachers Con von limi al  New^VestmliiiJter,  E. Xhrmerlp, of the Vancouver Maud Insurance Agency, i*  iu town.  Mrs, John Mutrhows and son  will leave on Wednesday for Vancouver.  Tlio output of coal from local  mlnofl for tlie month of December wna 50,011) tuns.    -    ��������� x^  Principal Boyer of  our public  school nrrivod homo on Sunday.,  BOOMS for rvoi ftTMarhwlli'*  Booming House, Dorwont Ave,  Surely we will bo able to select  six men aud true ont of the ten  who are offering themselves for  glory nud i;o pay as our representatives at the council board for  11)12. The sumo may bo sidd of  those seeking school trustee hou*  oiu's. Foi tho honour of being  chief mngistrnto wo have the  proiuinl iucunineut, Mr, J, N. Me-  [,oo(lf and Mr. T. K Unto, both  up-to-date and prosperous biini-  ness men, either of which wheu  elected will no doubt fill tho bill,         REST, -   $8,000,000  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $1 and  upwards, .on which Intetest is 'allowed" nfcwrrtnt rates. There i.s no  delay in -withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit. Smal������  deposits are welcomed. A23<J  Accounts nniy be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of the moncv  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  his wife, or for others depending upon bim, in the event of his death.  CUMBEBLAWD BRANCH W. T.  WHITE,   Mniin  1  Courtenay Conservatives  Elect Officers.  The Comox (Jonscrvativo Asso-  ciation hold their annual mooting  in tho Agricultural Hall, Court-  cnay on Monday evening. Tho  following ofllcors and executive  were elected:���������  President, Sam Calhoun | Vice,  J. R, Johnston; Sen,,'W. Dun.  can; Trans,, W. McKean.  Executive:--R. J. Surgeonor,  J. S. Shopland, W. McKean, K.  Creech, Hugh Morrison, (loo.*  Robertson,  Tho good ships "J. Norman''  and "Tltomiw H.",have cleared  for action,.  Election "Jabs."  Tom nnd Jnck have their war  paint nnd feathers on,���������Some-  thing doing.  Aiii is victory or death with TKB  and tho followers of TRB.  The greatest civic   battle   in  the history of Cumberland is now  on, ������������������  Kemomber tho "Norman" conquest is likely to occur,again.  Mrs. John Jack is back at the  old stand after spending a few  days wilt her niece Mrs. John  Ivockner, Union Uny.  Marshal Bickle is making every  effort b turn the   enemy's llnnk.'  ������"������������������ ���������  w   11 *  Who says that this  good  old  town (loosen't get n "mow  at election time?  011  i������  This is the season of the year  that for-getMucuots (bills) are  plentiful,  None should fail   to miss  Cle-'ii'-'inoe IV.'cc on tu������j  TlipBIg Store,  a,,.   .  .lilVO   Ui  tlie  Public mooting nt Citv Hall on  Wednesday night, Don't fail to  take it in.  ���������~*  IJdward says that it look as if  his side were going to be winners.  Mr,.r. R Cniey. nf Canadian  . Film Kxvh.tifii*, Vnncuver, is in  ' town 011 biihiin-s*.  DEAR SIR.    OR  MADAM,  r   respect fully ."ubmit myself lo your  consideration as n candidate for Alderman.  I have considerable knowledge of the  >' out' cU), tu-tViUK )ixx.n txn a long  time resident hcre,niud having already served you  one time in that capacity,  I shall iu nil matters concerning the  welfare of our city use whatever judgment uv uhil  ity I may have to further i's best interests.  Your support will be appreciated,  ALEXANDER CAMPBELL  u  m_____nnt__m_____w^^ t-I.^V-;"
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THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
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A Romance of Arizona
Novelized From Edmund.
Day's  Melodrama  -}�����   i*
By   JOHN   MURRAY
MILLS MILLER.
J  Copyright,  IOCS,   by O.  W; Dllllng**-
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[T Is dawn in tlie valley of 'the Sweetwater. The outfit' of Sweetwater
'ranch has gathered for the roundup aud lhe drive lo the railroad.
In (he absence of her husband Kcho
Pnyson had assumed complete charge
of (ho ranch and wllh lhe help of
Sagebrush had carried on the work-
just as she thought Jack would do,
hoping afro inst hope for his return in
safety ou.-' hiding her sorrow from
those about her.
Under u clump of Cottonwood a chuck
wagon has halted. Many of tho boys
on tbe round-up aro still asleep, the'
night herders returning to camp. The
cook, Parenthesis, has started his preparations for breakfast.
Parenthesis is mixing, dough in a
dishpan set on (he tailboard. Sagebrush kneels near him. putting on his
spurs preparatory to saddling up, as he
goes on the first relief.
"W.'tke up Texas an' the other boys,
Fresno," ordered Sagebrush. The Cal-
ifornian' threw away the butt of his
cigarette and shook each man by the
shoulder.     With   much   yawning  and
rubiilng or eyes tlie men crawled trom
their sleeping bags. Dashing cold water into their faces from a basin beside
the ivater barrel, they drank copiously
of the coffee which Parenthesis poured
out for them.
"Mostly all the boys are in uow, ain't
tb��.v?" asked Parenthesis, looking
about the group.    ,;
"Yep," answered 'Sagebrush. "We'll
finish brandiu' the calves today.',, 1,
reckon Fresuo ynll hnvo to take charge
of the drive. I can't leave the ranch
until Jack gets back." ���*.**���  .
Show Low was the only sleeper who
had not responded lo Parenthesis' call.
That worthy, walked over and gave
him a kick which brought forth a grunt,
but no other sign 'of an awakening.
~Ret-urning-to-'the-firer-liarent.hc'sis~took-
a tin cup and poured himself out a cup
of coffee.
"Heard any word from him yetV" he
asked as he gulped the beverage.
"Nothin'," replied Sagebrush grimly.
"Slim wrote from Fort Grant he was
on*the trail, but the 'Paehes were out,
an' they wouldn't let him leave the fort
till tho soldiers went with him."
"Slim hadn't oughter,gone an' left-
things the way he did. Buck McKee
Is gottln' a lot of bad men together an'
'lows he Is goin' to run fei: sheriff himself," growled Fresno. "J got my eye
on that Peruna."
"Peruna!   Who's lie?" asked Texas.
"One of Buck's outfit," answered
Fresno, "Ho Is mighty slick with (he
rim n In' Iron an' brandln' other 1'olkH'
calves."
"We can't; be too oiYroful," warned
.Sagebrush. "Things is strained to the
bustln' point, an' any promise of gun
play Is goin' to sot. off a whole lot of
fireworks,"
Show Low wits on the verge of waking up, This ho did by grnc'l un Ily increasing the volume of each snore nnd
breaking It off with u whistle.
At. tlio very moment Sagebrush suggested gun play Show Low snorted his
loudest.
"What's thnlV" asked Sagebrush,
grabbing his revolver.
"Show Low. lie's a regular brims
bund when he gets ntartcd-from the
big trombone down to (he (in whistle,"
laughed Fresno.
"It's n wonder ho cnn sleep alongside
tit. thnt noise,"
"Ilo can't," Fresno volunteered,
"He'll wake himself up In a minute.
He's off now,"
The Hiioros of Show Low grew more
frequent uiiill lie cliinnr.ed hln neconi-
pnnlmeiit. of uleop with ono awful
wnr*��t, which awakened hint, "HhJ
whnt's Unit'/" lio yelled iih ho bounded
lo n nil ting posluri',
"Didn't I lelfyoii'.'" (piorleil Fresno,
SnifebniMh Krluncd and :duw!y iii'oho,
gathering up IiIh middle and rope,
Swinging one over each arm, lie
M rl i'<l I own nl the corral, luiyliig;
"Como on, I.'ovh; wit got a lol to do today.   (Ht yonr hoMNCs,"
The nlgh! rider;-* were coining Into
tump, tueelltig their comrades with
griintH or lu a few words (filing (hem
whnt to guiiiil ngnlimt lu Home particular pari ut the gra/.lni: herd,
The nun Iind risen, Tho caltlo wore
on-meir "reei-ii;*-....-.,'.. -. m-.- .-.imrt, sweet
grass, moving slowly lowunl the river.
"Work!" growled Show Low.   "Darn
mo if I aiu't commenced to hate it!"
Fresno picked up his saddle to follow his foreman, but paused long
euough to (ire (his parting shot al the
cook: "Say,-'Parenthesis, if them biscuits you're makin' is as hard as the
last buncli, save four of 'em for me.
I want to shoe that pony of mine."
Parenthesis threw a tin cup at Fresno,, who dodged it. Punching tlie
dough viciously, he said: "Darn this
housekeepin'! Gets a feller's hands all
rough. It's enough to spile the disposition of a saint."
His soliloquy was interrupted by
Buck McKee riding up to the wagon
from the Lazy K outlil, which was
camping a mile below them.
"Hello, cookie! How goes If:" waa
his greeting.       . ���   ���-
"You wind it up, an' it goes eight
days," Parenthesis bellowed, his temper fast reaching the breaking point.
".lack Payson ain't back yet?" Buck
asked, paying no attention to the,bad
humor of Parenthesis,
. "Not that-1 ku9ws ou."
Tho cook rolled lhe dough with elaborate care.
"Nor Hoover?"
"Ain't seen him,'" he replied curtly?
"Well. Ihey hain't comiu' buck, either.
They pulled it off pretty slick on us
fellers. Hoover he lets Payson go an'
makes a bluff at chasin' after him.
Then they ge(s off somewhere, splits
up the money an' gives us the laugh."
Parenthesis turned on him in anger
aud shouted: "I'll bet m.v outfit against
tx pair of green socks Ihat either oue
of 'em'or both will be back hero before this round-up is over."
"You will, eh ?" snarled liuqk. "Well,
we're jes' waitin' fer 'em. We'll swing
Payson so high he'll look like tx buz-
BUF.i'ED TREASURES
I FbrWomen-Lydia E. Pink-
i ham's Vegetable Compound
i Belleville, Out.���"I was so weak
I :uul worn oul from a-female weakness
j that 1 concluded lo try Lydia- ]���). Pink-
ba ui's Vegetable
Compound. 1 Iuq1(
M:vi-ial bottles of
it, and J gained
strength.so rapidly
that it seemed to
make a new woman
���of me. I can do as
good a day's work
as I ever did. I
sincerely bless tho
day. that, I made up
my mind to take
your medicino -for
female *' weakness,
and lamexeeedinglygrateful toyoufor
your kind letters, as 1 certainly profited
by'them. I give you permission to
publish this any time you wish."���
Mrs. Auikkt \Vickett, Belleville,
Ontario, Canada.
Womeneverywhereshould remember
that, there is no other remedy known
to medicine that will cure female weakness and so successfully carry women
through the Change of L'ifc as'LydiaE.
Pinkham'sVegetable Compound, made
from native roots aud herbs.
For 30 years it bas been curing
women from tbe worst forms of female
ill3 ���inflamniation, ulceration, dis-
placements, (ibroid lumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, and
nervous prostration.
"If you want special advice write
i'oriltoMrs.l*Mnkhuiu,l.iyni'i,Mass.
It is tree unci always helpful.
tnwmm
W.N.U. No. 871.
���'Eh, u-hat's that?" he yclted,
sard,  an'   as  rer  uoover���wen,   nee'
served his last tcrmx as sheriff in this
here county���you hear me shoutlu'."
McKee cut his pony wllh his quirt
and dashed away in time (o escape an
unwelcome encounter with several
members of ihe Sweetwater outfit who
were riding back to camp.
Tho men were riding out tlieir new
Blrlng of ponies today. As each passed
Parenthesis flung
a gibe at him.
He had resumed
his breadmnklng
when Polly rodo
up to the wagon.
"Hello, rarcn.v
thesis!" washer
greeting. "What
is the. "inatter
,wllh yon?"
"Nothin'. This
here hoiisekeep-
in' Ik gottln* on
my,nervous system some fearful." Parenthesis struck" tho
dough a savage
whack and added, "I ain't cut
out fer house-
koopln',"
"You've    been
cut out all right,"
rolorteil ,   F'olly,
glancing' at  hln
logs,   "whatever
I I'h for."
1���� renllioHls wnu
not   n Ij a m h e d.
"Yep, fer slrnd-
"Vfiij'ci- Mrmltllln' a illlu' a Iioh:i," lie
litm." proudly  replied,
iih If that were (ho chief end of mini.
Polly, thus bullied In ber leiiNliiif,
tried a now form of bndlntigc.
"Hay, the boys nro nil briiggln' on
your breiidmakln'. Won't you give me
your receipt':"
"flood cooks," mild PareiilheulM, "never give awny (heir reeelplN. Hi'luga
bad luck lo 'em next (lino,''
"Aw, come now, Pnreiitliy, toll mo,
nu' I'll let you niakii my weddin1 cuke."
"Will yon?   An' let nm put In what*
ever I want fer jokes on llio IwyH?"
"Yep, everything lt<>f-H."
"Oh, I'll give 'em Konielhln' to dream
on, you cnn bet your n\y(H llfo-Ronp
fer   Fi'chiio'm   linger,   clothespin   fer
,-,, .       > i   in       i'   ,..-,i,. e11
I.   ...I    ,1 I   .      ���    ,1       ,, ,.    ...   i   , ,'!,..* * 1.   ,.   I j *   .1   .
for V.\\m\   U'f t\ ewop  MM Pony'."
"Well, out with your great KOfrot ot
brettdinnUlu'."
"Well, .Mis* Polly, 1 titlto dutir nn'
wnlei1  un'   tiotirln'.H  an'  n   plneh   at
HtlU"-
'Tloiir ,'in' Wilier nn' soui'ln':) an' n
plncli of Knit!'' repeated Polly, tolling
tho I|h( off on her llngeni, "Why, no
do I, nn' no dors every one. It inu.it
Ilo lu the work!n\ How long do you
work lhe ilougli, Pnri'titlif:d:-i':"
"II inii'if II<> In lh,-�� ivnrkln'," rt*.
|.enli-dt I'uieiitli(.��i,H loloinnly. "Wby,
I work II nil' work ll"��� lie rtniiltnied
wiib r.-xasjicrlng stuwueN!",
"How long do you wr.rl; ItV" nuked
Polly Impatiently,
"Till my hnn'M look pitrly f-b-nri Ukt*."
f aid rnicnlhcsls, holding up hi* Hour]'
pil'.VK,
iC_S*JHXM fiixrauamsdU
"Then you've got a clay's work still
before.you!" snapped Polly, huffed at
seeing herself the victim of a chaffing
that she herself had begun. "I won't
bother you any longer.   Ho long!"
Parenthesis, however, desired to continue the conversation. "When is this
here hitch between you an' Bud comiu' off?" he' asked. ���>
Tolly drew herself up proudly and,
speaking with assumed haughtiness,
replied, "We're iigurln' on sendin' out
the cards next month."
..Sl^co^l^y.Xe^esjLwln.h'ed. "Well.,
I'm a-goin' to give up cigaroot smok-
in\"
"What for?" asked Polly in surprise.
"Goln* in trainin' (o kiss the bride."
"That's nice!" said Polly, beaming.
"Yep, havo to take up^chawjn', lik-?
Bud Lane."
Polly was saved from having to an-
swer by Sagebrush galloping up to
the wagon.
"Put on your gun!" he shouted to
Parenthesis. .
Asking no questions, the cowpunch-
er obeyed his.foremnn, Trouble was
brewing; that he could plainly see.
All he had to do was to. obey orders
and shoot when any ouo tried to point
a gun at him.
Turning to Polly, ho cried, "Where's
Mrs, Pnyson?"
"Sho conic over with me, but stopped'
to look ovor (he tally for those eowa
that nro goin'with (ho drive."
More to himself (ban to Parenthesis
or Polly, Sagebrush said: "I wish she'd
stayed at the ranch. This range Is no
placo for women now.. Buck- McKeo
au' his outfit has (linked up wllh Gila
whisky, an' they're just '-paw-in' fer
trouble."
"What's eomo over pooplo lately?"
nsked Polly,
"It's nil along of Hoover goln' nwny
Uko ho did nn' lenvlii' us without ft
tihorin.' or nobody that Is anybody mnk-
In' a bluff at law an' order!", crlod
Hagebrush.
"It's sot "this .section back twenty
yours," observed PiirenthoslH.
"Tlint's whnt It has," agreed the foro-
mnn. "Fresno reports that ho found
(hnt Peruna of the Lav.y K outtlt slap-
pin' the LiiKy K brand on ono of our
en I ven, There ain't nobody can maverick no enlvo-s belongln* (o this outfit,
not so long an I'm much bow nu' ('np-
Inln of llio roundup, We've got lo
lako tho law In our own linii'u an'
make nn example of tliU bunch right
now."
Siigohrimh meant whnt he mild, Ho
wiih gathering re-onforeeiuenlH from Ills
own men, Ho know thnt the bo,VH of
tho Allen much would Hide with lilm,
and ho felt thnt there were enough
loveni of law nud order In tho county
lo declare Ihei'iiHrtlveH ngnlii'it (he high
handed me I hod n of Hud; Mc Ken mul
, Ills followers.
"Como on, .vou follows!" ulioiitoil
I kuow Low nn he rode punt the wngou
| up the raiigo.
|   "What Is It now?" naked Sngobrimh.
I     Over Mm  ��h<wl<lci' Show  l.nw "hnnl.
led: "We nil had n  run-in with that
lluck McKee'H  bunch.    Fresno's Inld
out wllh a hole iu IiIh uhmildei'.   Itilllo
Nicker'.s caMit.d l:i.    I'm.' nut sihiic of
tho Ti'lnugln boyn, nn' we're goln' to
make a clean-up,"
I    "inn ninl go:ii' lo do iioiiiiu' uiiie.'.s
il  ;<;iv *Q.    Wo ilon'l   waul uo innge
'war.    We'd git the man Unit did tlu1
Ulllln'.   Come on!" commanded ^nge-
I bi'U-ab.
|   Polly j,'.dlo;'td after Hie men, miylng,
\t,il'!i',   1'!!   n'*'S   '0��:i..��h!iKr   If   I   ifn;,-l
jhnny up!''
i do be ConlliiiiHl.) ,
You remember the story of the old
man who when he .was ou'his-deathbed, called his sons to him and told
them that a great treasure "was buried
on   the  farm. '
After he died the sons, dug that
farm deep, from one end to the other,
liuding n- gold or silver, they planted
it and in the Autumn they discovered
what the old man meant. The treasure was (here, but its name was Dig-
���aing   mul   planting.
Then you, no doubt, remember another story of an old man who, on his
���deathbed, called ids sons to him and
told them to try to break a number
of sticks that (in the story) lay near
the bed. They could uot do it, but
when the old man told them to untie
ihe bundle and try each stick seperate
ly. they broke them without trouble.
Ami the story goes on, making the
old man  say:
"Now boys, if you work together,
no oue can overcome you; but if you
(luairel with ono another and seperate
it will be as easy to' break you as it
it- to bieak one stick from the bundle."
Which, in its way, was a fortune
for lhe boys,
.11
: Now, there is "another story which
you have not heard, it is also about
an old man and his three sons. Only
Ibis man was not on his death bed.
He wa-; a lively old man attending to
business every day.
From the time his boys were old
enough to understand, he talked to
(hem about the Great Gold Mine. At.
first the boys did not know just what
he-meant. But. he told them wonderful, siuiies about the Great Gold Mine
and made them curious about it.
When the oldest boy was twenty-
one he took him to one side and-told
him where the Great Gold Mine was
to"'be found. Then he ga\*j him some
money, and a blessing and told him
to go away and dig in it.
When the second boy was twenty-
one he took him aside and told him
the  same  thing.
And when (he youngest boy was
twenty-one he told him the secret,
and Im left home as liis two brothers
had done, to dig in (he Great Gold
Mine. ���-���
Each boy war, directed to slay away
five years and report on his twenty-
sixth  birthday.   ���
The first one was on timo to the
minute and the father asked him:    ���
"What have you dug out of the
m.ne?"
"A grocery store and a fine business,'' he said.
Hoy No. 2 was also punctual. And
the father asked him, as he had the
eldest:
"What have you dug ^out of the
mine?"
"A college education and a professorship."
When (he birthday of the third boy
came around be failed to turn iip.,
The old man looked up and down the
street cevry day expecting him io re-
t ii i rr. At we eIt���"wen t- by*~ an d ~sti! Mic
did not come.
Then a' letter came, and In this letter the youngest boy sajd:
"I came out here five years ago and
put the money you gave me into a
gold mine; fifty per cent, profits gnra-
anteed annually. I have been working
for (wo dollars a day, waiting for the
mine (o pay, but it has failed, what
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taste and iudigestibility.
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Compound has the nutritious qualities
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Compound 19 particularly good for
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In 50c, and |i.oo bottles,  at  your
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OF CANADA. MUTED
j%aas%aa
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD
Is still offered for the young man
William Eddleston, of weak intellect,
age 29 years, * height about 5 feet 9
inches, dark complexion, with whiskers and moustache, and small mouth,
who left his home on Juno 1, 1,911.
Any information leading to his discovery will be thankfully received by
his anxious parents at 607 Manitoba
Avenue, Winnipeg.
Ministers of all denominations will
confer a great favor by making this
announcement from tlieir pulpits and
thus assist us in our search.
shail I do.?"
The old man telegraphed the boy:1
"Remember what I said five years
f.go.    Begin ^  again.    Father."
Just ten words in all, you see, and
no extra charge.
Now, what was il the ojd man told
the boys about the Great Gold Mine?
- It was this:
The. richest mine in the-world is In
a man's head. The best modern ma.-
cbine with which to dig in thi>
mine is Thought,. Tbe best tools to
use- arc Work and Trust. No man
has ever been buncoed who took stock
in the mine on this basis.
He was quile a simplo old ^an, as
you see. And he*knew that at twenty
six a. boy still bas a good chance, even
if be has five years learning how to
begin.
In Mining Business
_.,LT_,think,you_flaid.__Rastus.__that,j-iou,
had a* brother jn tluymining business
in the west." -
"Yes, .boss, that's right." "What
kind of mining���gold mining, silver
mining or copper mining?" "No suh,
none of those;'.calcimining."
Many a man is in great fear that ho
will got all that iB coming to him.
Valuable Water-Power
It is stated that the Canadian Pao
ific Railway has secured a valuable
water-power in British Columbia,
which it will utilize in tho near future i'or transportation purposes. Tha
water-power secured is on the Adama
River, which flows out of Adams Lako
and into the South' Thompson river,
near the west end' of Shuswap Lake.
Reports have reported that it is capable of developing 100,000 h.p., at two
points between Adams Lake and ita
confluence with the South Thompson.
The .Canadian Pacific Railway it is
staled, has in view the generation of
power for the electrification of a portion' of its lines through the mountains. This step will not be taken for
some years' yet, of cpurse, but tho
railway has secured the power with
an eyo to (he future.
The   fact   that' so
many   preparations ^
are sold "Just as good ?s
Snap" is proof positive that
after all -the original it the best.
on  the   genuine   "SNAP"
great    hand Q
cleaner.
'���iti  Get it at
your
dealer's.
9tV
Bostonea
"Say, boss, give me a dlmo to bu/
somethln' to eat with".
"I decline, sir, for tho very good
reason that it is a matter of impos*
nihility to purchase a sot of falso mol*
ars. for such a ridiculous small sum,''
m^maam*      inftttf  WWiamW
rtowele Le.ido Ontario Liberals
Toronto.���N. W. NowHI. K. ('., Toronto, Iuih accepted lhe lender-ship *)t
I thu OnLirlo LlDei'ul*.
1,,.
im_____m c  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. C  W  H.  H. NIGHTINGALE  STOCKBROKER  .Investment   snd    Loans   Negotiated.  33 MEL1NDA ST., TORONTO  Before leaving Canada, Mr. Hamar  Greenwood, Member of Parliament,  British Houye of Commons, wrote to  the Grand Trunk Railway, "System, in  connection with his trip over their  lines in Canada, aud in which he says:  "We especially enjoyed tho 'journey  from Edmonton to Winnipeg which  ivo mado on your system in the best  equipped train I ever saw in my life.  You havo fixed r. very high standard,  if this train is the standard up to  which you are working."  The Common Good  There are hours in .every lifo and  livos in every generation which belong;* to tho common good. No life,  indeed, belongs anywhere cjse except,  as by devoting it to the individual  self it tends to make that self more  fit for individual service. Wo must  get to give, we must climb that we  may lift, we must be strong to aid  the *woak; that is tbe law of the'  kingdom'.  Minard's  Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  "Tommy, I noticed you in the front  row last night. How did you liko tho  show?"  'Rest thing I over seen! The drummer in the orchestra made twenty-  seven different noises with his instruments.    I counted 'em "  HOW'S THIS?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward  for any caso of Catarrh tlmi cannot lie  cured   by   Hall's   Catarrh  Cure.  1<\ J. CU13NK1' & CO.. Toledo, O.  We, the UudersiKiied havo known _���������', J.  Cheney for lhe last 10 years, and believe  hini  perfectly  honorable  in all   business  transactions, and financially able to cany  out any obligations mado by his firm.  WaldiiiK*.   Kinium   &  Marvin.  Wholesale Druggists.  Toledo,  0.  Ifnll's Catarrh Cure i.������ taken internally,  acting directly unon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system.   Testimonials  cent  free.    Price.   ?5c.   -per bottle.    Sold  by all Druggists.  Tnke   li nil's   Family   Pills  for  Constl-  ration.  "I don't think my husband loves mo  any more."  "Why not?"  "The other day I said to him: 'John,-  If I should die would you get married  again?' and he said he wouldn't."  "Isn't that, right?"  "Yes, but I wish you could have  heard the positive way lio said il."  ARE YOU AS WELL  AS AYEAR AGO ?  DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS POINT  THE WAY TO HEALTH AND  STRENGTH.  Ask yourself the important <iuesljon  whether, you are as strong as you  were a year ago, as bodily lit as you  would be. Many a reader has to confess "No." Some weakening ailment  has during the past year laid hold of  the system, unfitting you for the duties of,life and-seriously clouding the  outlook of the coming days. It may  be rheumatism with its sharp twinges  of pain, ��������� indigestion, headache,' .nervous debility, depression and .lack Qf  -energy-r-.or-Uie -pains ���������and���������-allmenta-  which- only common folk know. It is  well to know that all theseiweakening  disorders arise from an impoverished  condition of tho blood. Renew and  enrich your blood and all your troubles  will cease. This is a strong statement, but it is made on the testimony  of thousands who onco suffered, but  who have gained health and strength  by the aid of the now, rich blood supplied by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. We  can quote thousands of cases similar  to the following: Mr. Jos. Grand-  malson is a young man woll known  in tho town of St. Jorome, Que. He  6ays: "For a" couplo of years I began  to find'my strength failing, but did  not dream that tho troubio was serious. As I grow weaker I bogan lo  doctor, but It did not help mo. Tlio  least oxortlon made my heart palpitate violently, my stomach scorned  out of ordor and my wholo system became so. run down that I,was finally  forced.to quit work. Mmil now boon  doctoring for over six months and  was very naturally growing discouraged.   At this Juncture.-I read of, a  -JM.BO'-similar, to nilno, cured through  the uso of Dr. Williams' Pink Ellis,  nnd decided to try- thoin, 1 took the  Pills faithfully for about two months;  gradually growing stronger-ami at the  end of that tlmo I was aH well as any  man could be. I.shall always praise  tho modlclno that raised nib from despair to the blessing of good health."  Sold by medicine dealers every-  whoro or sent by mail at. fill conts a  box or six boxes for $2,50 from Tlie  Dr. Williams' Modlclno Co., nrockvllle,  Ont.  FOR-HOUSEHOLO'ACCIDENTS'  Zam-Buk is so Very Useful.  Read How Beneficial it Proved in  This .Case  Mrs. II. Sawyer, of Kcene, Out-  writes:���������"My husband is engaged ou  a farm, and one day, while chopping  wood, the top of the axe broke and fell  mi, ciuung a nasty gash.  The wound was so bad that we first  thought that we would have to get a  doctor, but we finally decided to dress  the cut with Zam-Buk.  "Well, the Zam-Buk treatment proved a great success, li not only eased  the pain but it prevented inflammation; and right fiom first applying Zam  Buk, tliQ cut began to heal. It-is now  completely healed and my husband  says he would not be without a box  of Zam-Buk in the house, for we are  sure it saved us a great deal of expense."  Over and ever again Zam-Buk has  been proved to bo 'tlie worker's best  remedy. As soon as applied to a cut,  a burn, a scald, or any skin injury, it  relieves the pain and il sets up healing. It also prevents blood-poisoning  or inflammation. It is a sure cure,  too, for eczema, piles, ulcers, old  wounds, bad leg, ringworm,, scalp  sores, festering, running sores, eruptions-, cold sores,' chapped hands, etc.  r'f; absolute purity, also.'malces It the  idnnrbalui for babies.  Zam-Buk Soap should be used along  with the balm i'or washing all sore  places. Tho soap will be found excellent, for baby's -bath, even' whore  '-"*���������-���������'im used.  All druggists anil stores sell Zam-  Buk pi 50c a box, and Zam-Buk Soap  at L'5c. tablet, or post free from Zam-  Buk Co., Toronto, upon receipt cf  price.   Refuse harmful substitutes. .'  iiliii  >CI'MOE'0^  ADAMS SLEIGHS  BRANTFORD CARRIAGES!  1 of all  Others.  ADMIRAL TOGO'S TRIP.  It requires a great many cow horns  to buy an auto-born and all that goes  therewith,  EVER������������A������E0N  THE WIDE PRAIRIES  TELLS     OF    CURES     MADE       BY  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS.    ".,  ,-Jt' Led^Him to Appreciate tbe.Hospitality of the-Canadian Pacific  Railway.  (Japan"Gazette, September 2G.)  ��������� On his return trip from England,  which he attended as one of the suito  of the Imperial Japanese delegation  to the coronation, Admiral Count Togo travelled across Canada by the  Canadian Pacific Hallway���������which has  been called the 'Alliance Route," and  was, therefore, rathor appropriately  chosen on this occasion by ibis distinguished representative of an embassy between the allies. Ry instruction of the president of the Canadian  Pacific Railway Company, Sir Thomas  Shaughnessy, Admiral Togo was the  guest of the Company throughout, and  every effort was mado to make his  trip pleasant.  The Admiral took the private car  "Canada" at Niagara Falls, proceeding to Banff and thence (o Vancouver,  The "Canada," i( should bo explained, was the-car specially built for (ho  present King and Queen of England,  a few years ago, whon they made  their notable Canadian trip.  Ou arrival at. Vancouver Admiral  Togo ' telegraphed to Sir Thomas  Shaughnessy his heartfelt thanks for  tbe services and arrangements accorded ' him on the Canadian Pacific  Railway, and assuring the president  that his trip had been exceedingly  pleasant.  It is evident that such' indications  of a broad spirit of hospitality as that  shown by tho Canadian Pacific Railway on this occasion makes materially for the promotion of pleasant international relations, and Admiral Togo is only one in a long list, of distinguished Japanese wlio have thus  travelled over the Canadian Pacific  Indeed, il may confidently bo stated  that attentions of this kind to one so  much respected and beloved as Admiral Togo are deeply appreciated in  the highest quarters in this country.  Women are vnin, but mon are much  moro so with fur less reason,  A horno Is not of nny uho until It Ir  broken, but It is different, with a plow.  Thos. Griffin, of Peace River Landing,  Tells how he_Got~Rid.of.His Rheumatism���������Honestly-earned popularity.  .Cold Springs,_Peace_Riveii_Laticling.  Alta". (Speciall^Tusf why Dodd's Kidney Pills retain their wonderful popularity is ��������� easily shown by a -trip  across the prairies. Every town, village and posloffice has at least one  man or woman who is ready to tell of  pains relieved and strength restored  by the great Canadian Kidney Remedy.  Let. Thos. Griffin of this placo add his  statement to the hosts already published.    '   ���������  "When I came lo this part of the  country," says Mr. Griffin, "I was  troubled with a bad back and Rheumatism in my shoulders and hips. I  sent for 'six boxes of Dodd's Kidney  Pills and they gavo me relief at. once.  I also recommended them to my eldest  son who was confined to his bed from  Rheumatism.  "Now I know that Dodd's Kidney  Pills are tlie best medicine for Rheumatism and (ho Kidneys. I recommend them to every por3.it l hear  complaining of not feeling well.''  Dodd's Kiduey. Pills made tho'i' popularity'-by, curing sick Kidneys. They  keep tholr popularity by keeping 'on  curing sick kidneys. '-���������'[.'  -In Holland, Iho rights of. .'paronf'B.  uro strictly maintained that a man ov  woman under thirty yours of ago may  not "marry "without their consent.'  . Dr.*'J.''P. Kellogg's Uysontory Cordial is compounded specially to combat dysentery, cholera morbus and  all; Inflammatory dlsonlors that  change o'l' food or water may 8et  up In the stomach nnd Intestines,  Thouo complaints aro moro common  In summer than In winter, but thoy  are not confined to the wiirin months  as midtio lnxiipss of the bowr-la may  nolun n man nl any tlmo, Huch n  sufferer will Ilnd Hpeedy relief in  thin Cordial.  Minard's Liniment Co.. Ltd.  Gentlemen.���������In July, 11)03 I was  thrown from a road machine, injuring  my hip and back badly and wa8 obliged to use a crutch for 14 months. In.  Sept., 1.00G Mr. Wm. Outvidge of La-  chine urged me to try MINARD'S LIN-'  [MENT, which I did with the most satisfactory'results and today I am as  well as ever in my life.  Yours sincerely,  MATTHEW x BAIZES,  mark  The X-ray plays as Important a part  in surgery as X-pcnse does on the  farm.  j^THIS is a HOME DYE  ihat ANYONE  can use  WW  I ALL these  DIFFERENT KINDS  of Goods  = with the SAME Dye-:  I used  CLEAN and SIMPLE to Use.  NO chance of using the WRONG I>y������ for tho Goodi  one has to color. All colors from your Drucc^t or  Ilonlcr. FKEE Color Card and'.STORY Booklet 10,  The Jo!in������on-*Rlcliar<l90!i.'Co., Limited, Montreal,  This notice Is to advise the Trade  that the Fort William and' Port Ar-  thur Grain Exchange has been formed  to promoto the handllnsr of Western  Grain at the Head ef the Lakes.  Full particulars as to membership,  etc,, address  THE SECRETARY  Fort William and Port Arthur Grain  Exchange, Fort William.  GRAIN  Consign your grain' tc us.   The actual grain you ship gets our personal  attention.   We sell on sample and get  high prices.   Write us.  N, M.  PATERSON & CO., ,  Fort William.  GRAIN  Ship your grain to E. R. WAY-  LAND, Grain Broker, Fort William.  Highest prices. ' References: Dominion Bank, Fort William.  | Best for Baby, best for you.  Avoid substitutes.  ..lit,lSoap's Ltd. Mfis,, Montreal.  Try "Albert"  Talc���������Violet  Scentod and  Antiseptic.  ARIilNGTON^CHALLEHp  ^^ERPROOFVCdLLARS  mmm^  ������s^*wfe^^-; -*���������;  SHfrlffington Cd;of Gatiada, Ltd.  ?^������iJ'ra^KXy?;,;TW^Wr'Cntarib^;.:!  :m^Mmmmm  aro the  I Two Great Creators]  of Energy  Energy means power���������  power to work, to think,  to throw oli and keep  off disease.  Get all the sunshine  you can, and tako  MUll 8 ctiiuiSium  regularly. It will give  you strength, flesh and  vitality.  Da tur* to get SCOTTS-  It'a th* Standard! and ahuay*  tka bett.  AW. llntTCfitftTil  W.N.U. No. 87!j  The Origin of Restaurants.  The' tesluuranl of (he prosont tlmo  hnd its origin tn the find French  HovolutIon ' towards* tho clone of tlio  I'lghteonlli century. And tho rrpiiln-  .ton of*tho Frouuli for cookery und  ,!:o delicacy of tamo in eating an well  ��������� i In nnif,"',big i*n������"<"wi (IIhIhih and  ���������iitn'riflln diUiui practically t trom tin  name I line  Tluu, revolution meant ruin lo ninny  noble, f ii milieu, and meant ruin nlno  for tholr chefs, m snmo of the hiltor  lilt upon tho Idea of opening Iiouhiih  whoro ditlntloH prepared hy (Imlr ������ldl-  led hands could bo obtained. If tliu  flxporiiitoiil Hticcoodcil the chofH wnuld  bo ns woll -off*.ib whon In Hnrvlco.  Tho idou wan pleasing to tho public,  iho roHliiumnlH did n largo IiuhIiwhh,  and the proprietors had no ron Hon lo  roMTel the revolution from n monetary  point of view. i  tnun ii .iu|j..-.i*.;u iii uiiuutj nmt (.lie  people* w.ft'bt \))\m.t'ft\fp Wim*- cil-in!  ed up to this flno cookery and ninny  books of tho culinarv art woro pub*  llsbcd. find nold well, Ono of tho  iuomI noted of iliowe was "Tho Gourmand Almanack," which appeared In  i -no  .IteHl.iuraut really moans 'restoring'  and wiw applied t.*������ tlmac plures be-  eatiHe yon went there to havo something io revive nnd restore yonr falling idl'Otlglll,  Good New*.  "What did ma say to you   whmi  you cm no In?" Iinpilrcd Johnny of Ma  friend who had conic to ten,  "She nald uho was very pleased (o  BPf!   ll'.O."  "I'm glad." -aald Johnny In a relieved  tone, "t'nnpe ������he wiM thin mornlnR  *Mc hoped ;cn wou!dn't feme!"  ONE SINGLE PILL  GAVE GREAT RELIEF  FOUR BOXES CURED HI  Plesslsville, Que.  "I Buffered from Kidney Troubio for  several years, and tried numerous  remedies and doctor's proscriptions  without permanent relief, my-case being chronic. After seeing about Gin  Pills, and, tie it is a well known fact  that. Juniper without alcohol is e,xcol-  lon for tho Kidneys I decided to try.  Gin Pills. One Blglo pill.gave mo grout  relief. I havo now taken almost four  boxes of Gin Pills and find myself conl-  pldtoly. cured, No moro bad humor���������-  increase In weight���������clear oyoa���������froBh  color���������more strength and vigor. This  Is what Gin Pills havo dono for me."  11. POWIS HHR-BEKT.  Gin Pills will do the samo for you���������  if you havo auy troubio with your Kldnoya or madder-���������or if you suffer with  Pain in tno Knek or Rheumatism, Try  ironi before you buy them. Wrlto National Drug & Chemical Co, of Canada,  Llniltod, Dopl. N. U��������� Toronto, for free  sample, Thon gel tho regular slzo  boxes nt your dealer's���������50c, box, 0 for  $2.50.  The orlRinai  ain Pills made, by  National Drugana  Chemical Cu. o{  Canada Limited,  Toronto, nre cold  only In tltto box,  Wheii.flidiinfi for compliments ll Is  important lliat wo imo the proper sort,  of halt.  Try mmm mreuidv  GRANUl*ATED EYELIDS I  MurineDoesn'tSmart-SootheBEy* Pita  Draniito Sift Mortal Era T,tmtit, Usrii, Ht, 5fe. tl.W  Marino Eye Stita, in A������������pUaTabM, 2Bc $1.0*  EYE.BOpKfl AND ADVICE FRBB BY 1UU*  MuriaeEsrsRemedyCo4Ch!casHI  C.P.R. Largest Steel Rails Consumer  It Is understood that the Canadian  Pacific Railway is in the markot for  50,000 tons of steel rails. This would  seem to strengthen the statement that  the Canadian Pacific is pushing its  new Western lines to completion.  Building, as it is now, nearly two  milos of new track every working day  in the year tho C.P.R. Is probably tho  largest Individual consumer of steel  rails on the continent.  ISEASES   OF  MEN���������DR. 'DEAN,  specialist, 5 College St., Toronto.  CUT YOUR DRUG BILLS  IN HALF  We -save you 50 p.c. en all drug  store goods. Patent Medicine, Rubber Goods, Trusses, Electric Belts, Elastic Hosiery, Elastic Supporters, etc.  Our large illustrated catalogue should  be in every home. A haudy reference  and.help in ordering goods by mail.  Sent free upon request.  THE F. E. KARN CO, LIMITED,  Canada's    Greatest   Cut    Rate    Drug  House, Toronto, Ont.  CANADA'S      GREATEST      SCHOOL'  Awarded first prize at World's Exposition on its work and methods.  Write for a free catalogue. We also  E*ive instruction by mall.  ShiloIfoGum  autckly atops couiilis, cure* colds, bonis  Iho throat md limits     -     ���������     UA ccuta.  If our mistakes'leach us nothing It  were hardly worth while to mnko  thorn,  They Soothe Excited Nervee.���������Nervous affections are usually attributed  to dofectlve digestion, nn tho stomach  domlnatos tho norvo centres. A courso  of Parnieloo's Vegetable Pills will otlll  rill disturbances of this character, and  by r.ostorliiR tho stomach ������to normal  action rollovo th'o nerves from irritation. Thoro is no sedative like thoin  and In thn correction of Irregularities  of tho digofitlvo processes, no preparation has done so effect Ivo work, as  can be test If led 'to by thousands.  A Plea for the Lonely  The merry world goes round, time  I'lles.^ and we eagerly .grasp every  pleasure that comes within our reach;  but how often do wo pause and consider the lonely ones, of whom thoro  are so many in our midst? At our  cry doors thero is someone who noods  a cheering word and a helping hand.  It is not monoy or alms that are wanted,Jmt human sympathy.  You who havo dear ones around  your hearth cannot, realise what it  means to bo a stranger in a strange  city'-with none to extend a friendly  hand. Richos may buy false friendship, but povorly bars even that, and  tho lonely toilor 1'indB none who caro  or sympathise, and tho path Is hard  indeed.  Tho girl in tho office lives, maybo,  ust alone in rooms; fine folk don't ask  her out becauso sho is ln business;  and just Iho snmo applies to tho boy  nt tho desk. But thoy aro human, nnd  doing tholr duty bravoly. Uolh lives  would bo brightened If you asked thorn  to your houso nnd tried to baniinh tho  homesickness and loneliness by sympathy and friendliness.  Won't, you try and bring a lll.le  cheer to lonely lioartH that como your  wny'.' Yon won't have far to seek  them If you wish to play tho bettor  part. Novor mind if tho lonely ouns  are not In what you call your "sot";  thoy aro your brolliora and (dstors iu  tho eyes of God, and not can o.\cmio  your neglect of tholr claims.  ���������������  Uio only gasoline lighting system  iviamiractiuvd In Cunadn aiiU {tuanin'ood  for Kive Yuma hy a Canadian Company,  linch lamp l'ltlod with H-K l'aieiuud  Removable Generator���������No cleaning necessary hy lhe user. When you purchaso  a llKhtinu system buy Use best on tho  market���������costs no moro than the cheaper Kind. Thousands In dally uso. -Sup-  piles for any liRlitlns system in stock at  Ueg-lna���������Write fnr supply list.  Local  Aqents Wanted  RICE-KNIGHT LTD. REGINA  The second  edition of the  "Dictionary  of Heating" is  now ready for  distribution  Writs    for    it.      Postpaid,  to any address in Canada  VULCAN IRON WORKS C0.,--Agent8  WINNIPEG. "    .  TAYLOR-FORBEScu=I  .    ���������MAKERS OF���������  "SOVEREIGN"  Hot Water  Boilers  and  i-adlators.  . REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. _  " Mrs. Winslow's Sootiiixc; Syrup lins been  used for over SIXTY YUAKSby MII,UONS of  MOTHEKS-for tlieir CIIII.UKKN WHIMS  TEIiTHING, witli PERKECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS llic GUMS.  ALLAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the best remedy for DIAKKHCEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be..sure and ask for "Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," nud lake no other  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  Here's tlie biggest  can of easy-shining  stove polish on the  market.  It'i a pa������te���������fa*!!/ applied���������ind  flTfi a brllllnutly bUclc yolUh that  i aot affected by the heat, Equally  f;oud for ������tove������, plpea, gratei and  rou work.  If your dealer doei not rarry  "Muck Knight 'Stove Polirtli.neiidiu  Mi name and lOo. nnd we will send n  full size tin by return mall.' 35  Tin: r. v. dali.ky co��������� i.imiti:������,  lUmlhon, Out,  MuL-en of the hmoii< "3 lu 1"S1im PolUli.  Tako special pnlns to soo that tho  boys and ultiu aro in hcIiouI ovory day.  Thoro aro* ho many ulovor pooplo in  Iho world nowailays thai llio Iih���������  forniud aro seriously liandlenppod.  Glvo yonr children as thorough monlal  (ii|i)lpiiiunt an yon can, liosiiioB touch*  lnu ihoin how to do honost work.  /  Used in Canada for  over half a century  ���������used in every corner  of the world whero  people suffer from  Constipation and its  resulting troubles���������  Div Morse's  Mdiam  Hoof Pills,  stand higher in public  estimation than any  others, and their ever-  increasing sales prove  their merit. Physicians  prescribe them.        0  25c. a box*  Thoro aro fow (IiIiikh 1,1ml: niiikti ono  fool ho coinfortahlti an monoy in tlio  pockol,  Mlnard's  Llnlmont Curen  Olatcmper.  Thoimh wo may novor lmvo lost njiy,  wont of im am looking for monoy all  tho minip,  Thn t'oinnion coinndl of Now York- In  1(107 ordered Iho city lo bo Uniiied at,  night liy lantoniH Bimpffidod from  poloii thai projected from overy ������������y  enili hoiiHc.  ,"\Vo dlnod al. llio KHz hint evening.  Pa dlfl������jra<ifd n������ tin iimnil."  'An to how?"  "(lol. lo tlio nnd of tho dlnnor with  throo forlcH and throo ppoonn Htlll tin-  A!e Unwisely ?  Somfttlmes people do, ond tuffer,  because (ha stomach balks.  relievo thu discomfort nt once, and help digest tha overload.   The lovsr ef good  thlnKi may feel quite stxt* with . box of NA-DRU-CO DyspepsiaTablela at hand,  bOo. a box,   If your druggist has not clocked them yet send 50o, and we  will mall them ^  Natloiul P"'������wj_Cliimlei>l C������. ������f Canada, Limited.      .      . .      Monlr-aal,  Economy  in little things is just as  important as economy  in big things  EDbY'S   WATCHES  n *  will answer one of your "economy questions." 60 years  of constant lietterment hns brought them to such perfection that one Eddy Match does the work of scverul others  of inferior mr������ta\    '  ALWAYS  ASK FOR EDDY'S.  m,mv>������<_  Ol.iti.oiid I'liiiKW'���������Hluhtii.l, (ir;tdi!~-Uk .  Mount, Hlchly Cut, I.osnl (Juiirantoo j  i-Ivflmtif,"** (Vi'tlC-fcat* '������������������*"'��������� "'I'1' r''H''' ,  IUiik. Ml ulzeH. Men and Women. $10.00  Write for Free Diamond Booklet  UNITED WATCH & JEWCLRY CO.,  193 Buy St., Toronto.  Ut'tf-roncd-.���������Uomo Ilarilc.  r I I D r 1/ A    Kc������Ps y������l,r Harness SOFT AS A GLOVE" |  LU II t fiVA ' TOUGH ASAWIRE, BLACK AS A COAL   |  Harness Oil  Sold by Ooalors Everywhere,  Tho IMPERIAL OIL CO,, Limited ������������-fch-'*.������-*Ul+.l1L������P������������V^A.JtM���������^t wn,^,  mara_tv"r\f���������^t">^"  ������y^T-"   ��������� "  ������������������������������������  THK   NFAVS-;   CtMWftLANl},   BItTT.lSH   COLUMBIA.  MOI'lCRu Uftrchy given Unit, on tlie I  [������ 1 fust day cf December nev, application!  '   tin-> wiil ^C ma,ie 'lc l*ve   Superintendent  of I  Tii8 OuintarlaM Um  issued Kvery   Tuesday  by    , ,,    -.,.,,.    r  1 j      j , j r.ivmcial IVlice for rcne-.val of me lm  MUNICIPALITY    OK    THF  CITY OF CUMBERLAND  Qomox   &   Cumberland | id ike  Publishing  Company.  TUU papr will not hold itself,  responsible for the opinions of others, as may ^pp^r in its columns  ?rom time to time.  nse to sell liquor by retail in  lbe i t  boiel known as tbe Hotel Ilciiot, situate ;  ar Heriot H.iy, in ihe Province  of  lir'.t-j  ish Columbia, |  11. A. Uci.l-  Da'.td 251b, diy ot October, 1911-  H3MW���������iBi  WEDNESDAY, Jan. 10.   1912,  NOTICE.  In the Supreme Court of British  Columbia,  lu the inatter   of tho   Estate   of  Henry Hrooks, deceased, nnd  In the mat tor* of. the "Official ..-\d-  iiiinisti'a,oi\-* Act."  .NOTICE in hereby given that  ndwr an older granted by His  lloiiuui' C. H. Darker dated the  loth Decomber, 1911, I, tho undersigned was appointed Admin-  i Strut or of ail and singular the es-  taje of Henry Brooks,  AU parties having claims  against the esiate of the said de-  toasod are requested to furnish  particulars of lhe same ou or before the 10th day of January, 1912,  and all parties indebted to the said  eitate are requested   to  pay  such  indebtedness to tne forthwith.  Geo. Thomson,  Official. Administrator,  Dated at Nanaimo, R C. this lcth  day of December, A. D. 1UJ1.  ��������� * ��������� "   '���������������������������       "���������     "       ���������������������������'���������������������������������'���������  -.-...   mm;.m,.m.y'���������. ���������'���������"������������������   i    ������  TENDERS.  NOTICE is horol-y aiven that at tie  next meeting of tbe lioirl ot Ueo -so  Commis icnors of Ibo City of Cnabor.  land, 1 intend to apply foi a hotel Is  censo ti; svll liquors by retail in a-ul upon  >he premises knowo aa tbo KiiiK George  hottl, situated m lot 9,. blook 7, Cumber  1 nil Toy.unite.  VICTOR BONORA.  Dated this 7th dav <������f N������v., 1911  nterest  Iii the mattar, of Henry   Brooks,  d;>coa*ed.  TKKUEliS for the purchase of,  the South I$asl, part of fractional  MoHiEasj quarter of   Sec.  '20,  Township 9,'Oomox District, con-  Jjjhijnn'-id -wrey will be received  1)} t:ie un::ier.s'gncd up to the 20th  day oT January TUI 2. '-"-'.  -. G-eu. 'Thomson,    . ��������� <  Official Administrator.  :NTai.nimo, B. Cv, Dec. ]otb, 1911.  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  thst day of December next appliriiiim  will be iv.Jtlc io the Sttperimendeni ol  I'rovinchd Police lor a hotel liconse lo  sell liquors by retail in and upon lbe  premises known as ihe New-Hotel .Heriot, siuia'.cd on Lot 42 Subdivision of  L������its Nonlieasl quarter of Lot 216 Her-  wt U.iy, Saywatd District, Tmvincc of  British CohmibU,  ������ 11. A.ttULL.  Dated NovCh.ber 22nd, 1911.  v NOTICK,  NOTICK is hereby given that  application will be njade to the  Parliament of Canada at the next  Session thoreof for the coiitinu.  atiori* of the Charter of. theVAN-  COU VER ISLAND AN D EAST  URN RAILWAY COMPANY  and for an t>xtensian of time for  the commencement., of construction and completion of the said  lines of railway authorized tp be  constructed by the Act of Par  liament of Coiada passed in jhe  Session 7-8, Edward 7, chapter'  1G7 intituled "An Act lo incorporate tho Vancouver Island and  Eastern Railway Company,--" and  by the Act of the Parliament of  Canada in thr Session of 9-10,  Edward 7,'. chapter   171   intituled  This i s not a professor's lecture oil  .Astrology., It 'is merely an intimation to the public who use printing  of any kind��������� Posters, Circulars, Billheads, Business or Visiting Cards,  Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements,  Etc., Etc.,-���������that  NOIICE ia hereby 3iven Ihat 80 days  after outa'I iattud to apply to tbu Honom-  nblo tho Miuistor of Luutlu foe a lictu-ae to  prospect for cod and Vfitrokum undor ths1  fwoshote nyi un-ler the -*o'or' ou th*? lsuula  in and opposite the f<ill4win*{ - do'.orihed  lauds situaco ia Iluport Distilo1;���������0>ui������  niencing at a post planted on tlio am bo&uh  nt high water nurk at tho iiiteraootion of  8actions M aid 15 'Xuwuuhip 2, Port Mc-  Naill Ripcit Diatriot; thnnoo north 55  chains rai ro or 1������bu to hi^li water irurlc on  , the north a'de of Pore MuNti'.l Hnrhor;  thotro,. following tho roii boaoh ������t h'gli  n-voi- ii'Pr)< nvoiHul iht* Iwud of 'ho llnrhor  ';.> iil.ic" 'A   ."��������� ���������'������������������lrn-neomoui,  L?!' \NCI:i M.   TQHDirVB,  li  l'l'icas numili,  '):- .1   A  V ;b d t.   .' S^-.iidicr, 1011.  '\i :OKi.\  V'-NM  DISTHICT  ii.ati U-\ i.f ;y������\ ward.  '"lA'Ul'. iw.'io;. th:il (Jeo.'j-e Hull-  i'Y V/i.*si; nf   V:p,(-ntn-i!������, li' ('.',,, oc  (!iiputi..'l V'-\) , Mcl'c^uri!:,   iiileiid  Iri appiy .I'"'i'  j",'i';-d,---.-icii  "'l���������! ���������"     I im     i'i ilnwiii-r       Af-.\,-  i!)i-i! i  "An Act respecting the*.*V,.anc<'m-  ve'rJs.h'ind avid   Eastern   Railway  C.oi)ipany,V ,.   ;' \-'-  R.C. T.o\vK,  Solicitor for Applicants.  NOTICE  IA. ���������  -ThoEequimalt *& Nanaimo Rail-  wny Company wiil, apply to the  ���������Parliament of .Canada at,its noxi  sest-ion for an Apt omp'ov.e.ing It to  lay out, oonatruct, ar,d operate n  railway from a point on tho rail  way,'iho construction'of which it<  authorised by subsection "A " of  section 2 of Chapter niVoty two ol  the Siatutes of Cunad i"for the year  ono thousand nine hundred ami six,  a tor ne.tr tlm nor'h fork of Oys<lei  viver, I hence, in a gericrnl y north  .wt'.uorly ilueetion to JIaidy Bay on  .he west const of Vancouver l.dimd  ���������ind tt;Q'r(kif-'i'''B thecuTnianv's bord  in^! pnworp, and for olher piirpo es,  W, P. !;.\i,siiimy,  Soci't'liii'v 15. ik N-' U.'iihvQv Co,  I' i'y''C, Tin nipM'm & Bmgep-s,  Ot'.iiwn Anon Is,  |,;1:..   Dai-wl it Vaneoiiver this first day of  Novoiviber, l'JII,  hr.ni'-;:       -t.l'il'lMl   '.ll'llin'      .it        !'        V" ISt  I  ���������~m-.m.~..m.mfm\~mfmm.f.m*m.~f..m.m.m~mmm.  plai-t-'.l nl p���������.   \,   W.   co-.i.-r  ul'!     Hnii) fnr'h...r notico 'llm   I'rin-  ut, I h. l;;{'.; i!i..���������.v Kut. nl������M.Ki(1^s Wl)V(ll will tllkn lll(, Nlll)uimn.  Hi,1 HM'vi'v );,|i: ID eii-iint..,   tlieiict' ' ,  >su,'il; :i0,.':,'.ii.f',tlie.lc.'   \Vr.st*lu! Vm.,t,onv"or ''"' U',,vin:'  Ni.imii.iu  daily (except Sunday)  "(,'M) t\, \\\,  Tlie Siisidny boat lo-Yjiii***iiiivoi\  hu* iieim rincelled for the season,  and thoClianner is scliedulctl to  leave Nuiiaiiiin I'ni \'aneonvor on  Wednesday and I'Viday at 1 p. in,  ....,.:.,     , i     . .md ."-auirdiiy  at    5   p.   in.    The  .ifie  ���������! ,,.. i lut "v. Map; -i\ -vi\f Hdiin, ! ^hiii'iiii-i* lias been placed   on   the  V'���������! M. i>r!   .rin.ii    !��������� .. i-i.-n-.<i I" *.'n'nii.s run, h'livinjj;  Nauaiino  on  .J"-r'-!   ������������������������;���������'������"��������������� I"   .'���������'' ��������� ������!"^l1i"',-,..,���������,   .H,��������� i Tliu.,d..ys  f.irv,-, i-a   :������ nl   mill.,    ���������   '.:  .. reran *-|*i...-| ��������� '    ' ' ���������'  I,,,!,!,, .���������������.������.��������� ..,.R ii,.   'HMmtf* ,.,, |ni Um. ni.aiidSaiiirdiiysai ^in. m,  si- ������rd I,.-:ls f.  ���������   iv. in ^.ui-'-rt U, ���������trici: |   " '* * ���������-   -Ouirn r i " " " | *"' I p"'iuf il . n :\,u  ir: '��������� ���������:������������������'.���������, ,i. 'n',.i. w.iici i.:nl. ���������������; iim in*  luiKr ii'.,i i.ifSot'iom 14 nn,l 15, Ti.wn-  Lhi|> 2, Jl 'MrNrlll Uttpi-it Dislricij  Ihence nm'p- y, fif-.-'A, ivn- ,,\ i>**.-. m  tdjjh v. p,'������r m.irh m 'Vc iv * Is **iclt ti, Port  i'i'"' i-  i.i',: 111.'',  S-uilli   11 Iiini.*;   tlie  ^Ii (-Ji'iiii*, and eo'ntniii  i ii[ v>d iwi'oii.  i.'rKOUGI- llKNUV \\'|.:;,T,  i,U.l v.jv,,,,.!,-,-  Appiieanl.  ���������*���������' 1 ���������, j  .1  Is in a. position to execute orders in  the manner specified, have , them  ready when promised, an J deliver  them where stated, if desired.  m  toUatlatWrt'Tltaifi:  NOTICE. '        *  NOTICE if hereby (riven to  ���������John H, Glanvillo, co*o\Viier in  the Ross group of Miuend Chums  situated 20 mileB from the mouth  uf Phillips Kivor in the Nanniino  MininVr'Division, thai; his shnro of  the expenditure bus not boon paid,  nnd lliat wo intond*,to liio notice  with lhe MiniiiR Uceordtr of suid  District accoi'diuii; to Sirtinii 2o IJ,  CliapWu' 183 of The ll. O. Mining  Ad.  J. O. Koss, Agont.  Uinl, 11. C.Ocl. Ttb, Kill.  ."IcNnill ' lii.hci    '.ii'-r.ci.  ���������.ih;  KOK SA1.K -Choice Dnlilin  l-iill)-'. Apply Mrs, .1. Ru-wni't,  lua'ii Collage, Allen Avenue.  NOTI-. Kiu h(*rcl������y ������!vi''.i ti\n|. nt the  1 . ' "1 -"'.'l.iu <*f die Hnui'il ol 1 jict t������ri������i  "*       1 -:       ...     *   Hi- i'i ,������.'  i.f <'mo I.1.1'  SAY W AUD LAND ULSHUOT.  DiHtriot of Siiywiinl.  TAKK n ti(in thatOoni'KO beluoHtitr Hi-  ininKt 11, or Vincnuvir, 11.1!,, inoohtinie,  iuli 111H111 tipi'ly fn pi rn.iHsioii tni-uruha'c  tlm fi.llowhiK tlesi nhml Iniulii: ���������  Co 1 immihi-s; ������t n p'iu1; phn t'.'������l *t llm  Soii'liwcisl cornor nf lut M'i\ III" 100 north  SO nli-.iin������, tliencn went 7ft ihninx, thonoe  hi*nth W;) iilmiiiH, thmioo oait 11) chiihiH, tn  imiiil (it I'ouiin'iict'iiUMd, coi.tuiniug COO  Itl'I'OK, Din*(,' nr ll'HH,  (IHOIIUR hKIDIWI'KIl TtlMlNUTIlN,  V. .L,i I \\.   a: C!.c i-.av, nj������-ri1.  n������toil Min-.h lllll   Hill  S  Ciuitbei'land tfe Union VVater  Works Co., IVil.  NOTICK.  Sprinkling    will   Im  'allowed  nniy tv.-i: 'tiip'bl.  a   n-i'i !,,   ti nni'l v  'ii:'K!-^AV ani) K'lih.W .  lYo".*  7 (.,1 ',i iN'':.ii:  i,.';iK-V luj.  ii. th  ..-(���������Hill'.  .EALHr>TF,NDE[l3 aildrot.eoil to thn  nnilri'd|]iioil, ������nil cii'lor'ml "TintUr  for Wliirf uinl two Approaches at 1' i w-  Rup'i't, I'.C, will bo rcoriveil a til 4.00  r.M.,on Mi-ntlny, Sopttinlmr t'i", UMI,f r  thu 0. nutri'Otinn of 11 Wluuf nml. two  ApprouoliuH nt I'rlnae Hnpeit., (iivirui.thio  St'.ti-'ii, Difr'-y. iHhmil, 0.0,  Pinna, Rpoojlioiilkm mul form of eon-  tnol oi'i'rbo loon and form 1 of teiuku o'j  tdnul ut lh u Doo'iitinuiit wml ut, I'm ulli-  ccs oft). A. Ki'ef.!r, Esq, l,).4iii.t 10 ui -  oor, Ne* Wo Imi-Hkr, H.U., nntl < n it|)|l  out on ti������ llio Pi.H'iimHtor.-iuM'ruio.-lviipiit  imi Vo orla UO.  PuiMo. h tuuilo iimfunolilU'il that, tnnil.  ci'i wll r.n ho O'inMiliiii'il unUi h inmlo <'ii  the ))i'ii,ti>il (0 1111 Hiipplioi', uui sigu..il  w tli ilnir n't'-nl -i^iMtuivH;"sliil. n������ their  ojoiipiiii jih nml p'l.eoi of ivil'etoi), In  the xsxw of lirui'., lh mi uni t-iuuntui-c, llm  ii;ilu n of IIhmdjiiiii'i n nnd phuiMif U'wl-  do,,co i f eacli inooiO r of tin* Iirm mu t he  H'Vin,  Ki,oti ti'iuhr ii.ii.li he ii is mpaiiiuil hy un  KiWOpteil ul ilipie i ii ll ill n'Uiid hf-.nl-;, |n������J-  utile to th" imler of t'm llonuui-d l*i tin;  Mi inter i.f Pull i.i W iU-, oipu'.l lc U'ti |nr  ooiit. (I0 ]i,a) * f t.i ii Miiomil nf Ihu .u'wli'i',  whijli will Im fo lii'.ol ii ih'i iHM-Koi nml-  DiiiiK 'it.' '.<-: ���������" ������'.-,','   * *   ''''*' "' ''' ''"  fiiYuil ip n In i'-o   <>. '*���������*' f 'I   lo   ciowvliti.  lliu \>orl������ 0 n i'ii*-"i! I lor,    If l-*^ toi-iha1 in*  not 11 roplml lu* nl.oipiit wid hu lutni'iu-d,  Thn Dupur.iiicut il.nn not I.in,I i hoIHo  acKH't dio lowi'iit or nny loiulcr,  Ify or-u-r,  H. C. Dl^UOCIIKUS,  S-.-ur������.t:ny.  l>.-p!irliiu)it i.f Pitbho Wm lot,  ot.-iHMi, ('(oum'.tao, ion.,  Im \v;i|i*.;n*i'i v i'.l iintflu' piiil for thi 1 rv-il-  ; ;' .   *.   . . |.     |.   , ... \   III  1,1*1 ,1 V.ilil li.( IH.li ���������  1,. ii *' 11' m\ i��������� .- I> f r ui'nt.  Municipality of tho Oity of CumbRV-  land,  NOMINATIONS for School Tru?  tee will be received on Mon dny, the  8th tl 11 y of Jai.iuiry, 1912,'iil 12  o'ploek noon.  Tliu mode of nomination of cnnd.i  dutes shuil be ns followi*-;-���������   ,  The ciudidatos Khali l.o nominated in writing,   The wiiting shall  bo suliFcribed by two voters 0   lhe  nuinieipa'ity oh  propo-or nnd see  ondci.itnd r-bnll he didivere 1 toihi.  Itcturiiing Ofllonr nt uny lime   bo  t.veon lhe dale ol  lie noiice nnd 2  p.m of lite dtiy of noiniiitition, nnd  in the event cf maro than Uo noin  inniions i\ poll   wtll bo opened on  Thnml iy, the 1 Ith duy 1 IJ.iiiiinry  11)12, at tho polling s'liiion ul   l.U\  (lull's Tail I'Shi'p, l)'.iin.'iiuiii' Avo,  Uiiinborliind, U 0, of which every  [), rs.m  i.i   requireil  lo luko notice  and govern hini-elf iiccordiiiy'y,  Ciinli(U'ii.tloni'"for 'IVhhtees -110 in?  fn'.lo.vp:���������Any pom n being 11 boost  nol- or in ihe miinii-ipallty nml I e-  Ing n Briii-h subject of iho I'uil n^e  of twenty one yenr^11 and o'heiwh'r  (jllill flKU b^    lii'i.i  A������.l 1" V.'-tf  .". I V.V,  nli'ciiou of rehoul Inm 0 .-in iIic.-ji'i}  mnnioipnllly, chiill b.i eli*jihle lo be  ehv.tlod and fervo as n wii-ml tnixtce  (J;ven nnder my hnnd r.t the Oily of  ,. Vjiiliibei iiiin't  -ibif  <Mjiii *i.>">   \������f  Uoceiviliei, 1011. i:  Ai.kx. McKinnov,  Wo!nrning Olhcer.  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby  given to thft electors of th^mttni  cipality of lhe City of Cumberland that I require the presence  of the said electors at, Siddall's  Tailor   Shop, Dunsmuir Ave.,  on the 8th day of January, 1912,  at 13 o'clock noon, for the purpose of nominating persons   to  represent them iti the municipal  council as mayor and aldermen.  The mode of   nomination   of  candidates shall be as fed lows.���������  The candidates shall be nominated iu writing, the wii'ing shall  be subscribed by Uvo voters   of  the municipality as proposer and   .  seconder, and shall be delivered  lo the Returning Oflicer a I any  time   between   the date of the  no'icc and 2 p in  of the day' of,  nomination, and iu the event of  a^poll being necessaty such poll,  will beopencd on the nth   day  of Januaty,'1912,   at   Siddall's  Tailor   Shop,   Dnnsmuir   Ave.,  Cumberland,    B.C.,   of    which,  every person is hereby  required  to take notice and govern   himself accordingly.  No person shall be nominated  or be eligible as a candidate for  mayor unless lie be possessed   of  the qualifications by law required-  o!! those officer's, and unless   lhe,  candidate shall, ou or before the  hour   of   2 p m   of the day ot  nomination, furnish the Return-'  ing Officer with   a statement in  wii'ing, specifying the laud   or  real   property   upou   which   he  qualifies, his nomination shall be ,  invalid  aud shall not be   acUd  upon by the Returning Officer.  The qualifications as candidate  for mayor are as follows: ���������  He must be a male UriUc-'h  subject of the full age of5twenty-  one years aud not disqua'ified  under any law, and have been for  ihe six months .next preceding  the day of nomination the regis-"  tered owner iu the Laud Registry  Office of land or real property in  the citv ol" the assessed value on  the last municipal assessment roil  of $1,000.00 over and above any  registered eucumbvanccpr charge  aud who i.s otherwise qualified as  a municipal voter.  The qualifications as Candida'e  for alderman are as lollows:--  lie must be a male Uiitish  subject of the full age of twenty  one years and not disqualified  under any law, and liave been for "  six months next preceding the  day of nomination the registered  owner in the Land Registry Office  of land or real property in the  city of the assessed value on the  last municipal as-iessment roll ol!  $500.00 or more, over and above  any regis'ered encumbrance or  charge, and who is otherwise  qualified as a municipal voter.  Given under mu hand at the  City of Cumberland this 30th day  of December, 1.911,  Ai.kx. McKisnom,  Relilruiug Officer.  in c\  tit.  r_v ct', in tno   i\ -<\t "'������������������ '���������''���������'' ���������-ii'*^'-������\ v- io  ��������� i,i I'i. y* t 'hi id 1.  I     ,  '<i. ��������� a    ��������� r,*vi  'i,i*.y.  Ily oi'ih'i'.  il'    vou  .'!lINTT!NfJ  WANT    OOOD  00     TO  ������_fto&*l\ Wcc&'c Phe'spfcodiM,,  W&W'*}! Tlm Grcnl 'lengllth  Jienwhi,  j-\ ty ji  "=7 I'mi'w nml 1 <n li.'.mifwitliiJ wlmln  ������cwS'rfr*>'J!>v,1<'i'v-',ti>**> K-,->il.iin,  iimlinii   nmv  *Jr*V>jI1v ^A^HKtkJin ol I Volim. OiimiXrr  ���������i IhbtUlii, Mental itntt Unit). Worn;, Iff  iini-ni',1, Bcriiftl U Cfi/.-������i '������. I.'nt'nntiwi, S, ���������  itfirrlttra, find J1ff>fla v/ t 'nu ,'��������� ni* /*,-<���������(;,.-?  8AYWAKD LVN1) DTSTIUCT.  Dhlrietof Snywn il.  TAKK niitii'O tint Niniollo .lopo|ih, of  Vauoouver, H, (\, S| nihtur, inlfikIh Ii>  iqiply fur piin*nlHd"ii lo ptirnliitHii. tho ful*  lowiiijj dovi'ri') tl iiihIh; -  Conmi ni!ii*M nt \ i ohI plnuloil nt tlio  ���������SnulhiiHst diirnnri f lot. fil7) tlmi (JO north  K(l cliuii m, Iho ui <>:���������������' RO chiiiim, fhunoi),  nouth 8(1 dh.iin-i, tho'ico wnu Hi ohdm  lo llio pilnt of o.miuvi. ui),iH)���������l, ou.tuii-  Hi'i* lllll i.fiiM more mv Iomi,  NaNKTI'I'.IoSKIMI,  Kotioi't Homy OhcHt1v.1t, oRrnt,  DutcflMnroh 71.1), 1011.  ���������������*������! m0t*mm'tiam*mm*iiamm-*ri*i*'-*^*m*rYa*m n���������iitwum *M������w**wfMi������ia* m������ X  SAYWAl-M) 1,\ND DWTHICT.  1  pys.     I rj it.  11,'   )U lo p   Ut,  t^(U'(i  Difilrlot of Snywnid  TAKK iif.lieo thiit Siilnoy llo-.iMiniin, of  Voiwtnvnr, 11 '\. mi,t-hinili,1 inlonilii to  npply for j.*'i*mrHHi������.i> topnroluisu lluvfol.  hnviiu,' iliMtiihod Iiim'h: ���������  ConitnwioliiK nt ������ po,4 pin* tvilnt U,n  uriii Hi ������*(���������.������''. t-tiriiii)- uf I.I 0.">.':' ilioodp h< ulli  fit) olmin'-, thic i'u ni- f si I'ln i-i', Hi j.i'o  norlh so i-hnhf, tluciei nmt Wi oim 11 , ti  ������.,,���������;   l'ii*o^ii1,vbo-<;������lxfor?,'.:   Ono������lll,)Km.������i.,...(   I h������C. r.f 0.0..0 .umio.i lit   eo���������'i,i������.ii.W   ftji)  1 lli* i vUloiiio. llolil hy oil iirtuurlrtW nr Jimlleiil In  norof, morn rr h-������i.  1-' ,'m il-i:. fin r."('i"l. of i>ri<vi.   Acim j'������"i" Vict, i ,,  \tMiUiUi,yc, VlioWooiiMoillolrtoOo. fitixfy' 1 Ik.ism.is,  {���������imii'������-.it,uni,U.O.lAin������. U:,HJ.Ll,iM'*AVtt.MHbT-Ci.A^aWORK.u������������������., in-u^n mrtirit^OM.^ U(>h )( r|0liry tu.u.Mt> n^ L  ������itca.M-arobOUvlOU.  i  i  f.   \V. N'i'VN'S. Si-cr.-tinv,  I Makea Your EXPENSES Light  Makes Your BISCUITS Li3ht  I   Makes Your CAKES Ligltf  |> Makoa Your EUN3 Light'-  Makes Your LABOR Lishfc  ORDER FROM VOUR  CROCER,  E.W.GiLLETTCO.,LTD.  Toronto, Ont.  the nkws; Cumberland, BnmsTr Columbia.  NOTICE in horeby givon lint on thn tirst  Iiiy of Dooei<d>rr>(S5 application vrill ba  made to Ilia S iiierintoudont of Provincnl  folioe. Vioioru, fur Uio renew ul of the ho-  itfl-jIioa:.8B to s41 1'qunrs hy rqlai] i i }h(i  UolcIJkoo'vn sa thf lVt Aiigutta h. tel. ait  tatfd ut Oo-nox, R.C,   John 0. Ci abbnck  Du'eil Oct..! er 8 1911,  NOTICK TO THE PUJILIC.  H-tviny bri h ������ laiyo mnolioiisoatul in>l  lit L'ouriinay, 1 will i i fu uro keep on  html i������ Bloc!; if ull kinds ������-f Hoy, Grain,  auil Feed .nt lowest roailcot nitok. A  mueinUy will bo nuulo of ro'lvr ornsWil  feed f u- hoi'a.swhio'i \ ill mu' ens viny  of ono third in tin; oo.t of fool. Onloia  jfiven the tomnsttr or ly phono v,i 1 be  promptly lil'od. Thai kin-,' ymi for j our  pitr un������o iu the past and Bolioitin;; a oon  tinaaiu'ti of ilie amiio o:i hrosdtr Iiucb, I  bag to rin.ui i  Yours to comniiiiul,  HYRON CUAWIi'OI'ID.  Sign, of Inward  |rhe Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convenionoe tor guests.  [/Tho Genital Hotel for Sportssmon  on������ bon the Best of Wines and Liquors  lhe Mar.  I  WATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  ammmmmmmmmtm  jOHN McLEODS  [DR K1KST* CLASS  . candy, Faunu  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  H YOU WANT  ' GOOD PRISTINE)  GIVE US A TRIAL  UNION S. S. CO.. of U.C. Ud  Nanaimo Union 1'av- Comox - Koijtk.  ' Snill k as miliar���������  Twiu.Bori'w s ciimer "CQN'ICUAN"  L'.uvih VuiiLOiivor Tlm tdu> 6 p.m.  Ariive Uniiin  (for Cuiibeiluni)^  Friday  lU'irniuff  A rives 0 in x I'Yid.iy in.iin'n,!  lidui'-.iiig  Lv     Cbn.iix   Frul y <t \i ni  " U. ion lwy      "   li   "  ���������*'N iuaIii 0 11 p,iu.  Louves Vrtioo-vor, Sntiu-dsu 8 j-, m  Arrives N ultimo,  Sulnnliiy 1-2 p ni  Arrives Uni-M, Sniid-.y li u in  f Oi* l.UlllllerJilll..]  Arrives 0<wox,   tiiiidny 8am  Hour. ii)K:-���������  'LenvoB Co n������x. ^i.mluy 4pm  Lo.voh Un;>.,  t^umhiy 5 p m  Luivm N-i.iuimo, -Sumhiy It p.m  [Suhjeot io I'lmn^e wiil.ous i o iui*]'  *K**^ia**e*ffl������-a*^ -"-"---"��������� *-������������������  ������*H3L-i.  WWJIIIUfcMTWWftX-l.-yXWXM.  *~)tt*xcim_._.jwx\x,'������?jaGijm*_!_mnu  T3"  O  O  ;4.^j~j-<^*>H*-H',-iHHb'iwfrfH'4'iH^  C  0  *.     U    rt       -tt  _  <  0)  E  tt  c  fi  d  l   and  *  0)  ,  *mmt  t**mm*  *    mmmi  Ui  CO  'Jl  .     fm.  ������  B  4-1  c  CJ  (/)  o  U  00  OJ  m.  s  ���������** a  The splendid appearance  of a Tit-rite" suit js the  result of the careful, honest  way in which it is made.  Ti hanclsome outward appearance is of no value, unless it  has the sterling material underneath to back it up.  It is the care taken in this  particular that makes the "Fit-  an*  cause the shape and style are  built rtoht into it. ���������  Look over a "Fit-rite" suit  and examine the.quality of the  material and tailoring. It 13 an honest effort      w  to supply good clothes at a reasonable price.  Either ca'l t.i tlio tiorJ or aend in <\ poul conl bonrins your  noroo tint] nddrru, ond.wo'll iiiv.s ymi n coiiy of the "'Fit-  rite Utylo Forecast," contninini: Iho liitesl news of tarhion  tcndcuclc.i for tho cor.-.ins Fell ond Winter.  CAMPB  '_"-. *&  CU^IUU-.LAND.  DUNSMUIR AV1.C.  13 Ift^s^yrT-ap-jg-CTT?*1^  :L,^,  ���������   ,   ,    -���������-���������������������������    ' ,*,   ���������  ���������  ava--imtgsci35Bigt**7a*B������������a^^ -iii_w__mtf_twiimmx_s-n__m_^^  :l'Si__V'ZV!3������i^'M>Zm3!3Btt k*fii_������. . J i j I  DRINK  fill    Tiie purest andjb st^BIiHR, jtnd  made in Cumberland.  COPYRIGHT-        CtS?)  ,<\ P. SttZ.O        *  >     S    M   W  rs CiJ        U,  CD 0  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -.     FOR   SALS.  BY      -      -  Walworth=Rolston Co.  Ltcl  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver., B#_C.  The ������ancoaY&r Ball? Provide?  To Se-ptoaiber 23, O^^  ri ip,,a ������     if,- At  *'*i ^   .v<) ty.  iL'Ilj.roi! ... ... ...   .. /LjsawW  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ....DEUTB I  Dealer in  AUvKIMDS OP  Fruit, ������ ndy igars |  igarcttes & Tobacco.  .Uouoni Block,     **"  ' OUMHK.RLAND, .W.  \i  FAIRFIELD  \l  STORE  J. JACK,   Pitop,  fe--n*;J V."o will mail Tbo Daily Pw.vi.11pp  l3S8������:iIl. till September 23 to any ri.cWr'os3  ������w,LWrM.MUM������w>������u.' iji Oni.?K("la outside tlic city of Van-  ^w,'i,,*r,������������.^������������iM;������iu   -iji OiUaida outside iho City or \  fi P n ,    fouvnv for SSi!*.   '  ISii^'P-- -('oin"C*'101'      ������  v������*v*     ������������������   .General SIcctk-ng ^e^^ite  i___*i___\t_,_._*,_^_a_a_-__t___i____im ' *   *���������*  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals;  Addali.daBOVRlL  to'y6nrc������nned~meats  end soups and note  the difference.  [SR53 . BOVRIL  sardwiclics are  nutritious and  toothsome.  ttiirx2G2GXivi2r_zian:i  ��������� RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  ! Dis nVl of Uiip-Di'l.  ; TAKK not oh hut K-irion Muo L'cton  oj Vanoiiiivtr, H.C, 1 cciij nt nn Widow,  i IomI-in ii|v|y   i'r  \ff . U i*,n  h imr-  . cliiicu ihe f.jn \v. ^ il K-iil) n in d : 0 in  m.-ii 'lii-h' nt . L il j) bt I'liinloil n!(ini ti'.  mils noi tli liiul-til oli in s , m L i.f thpf. Vi.  corner of Sec i".i 4, T w.,,*lii|) 8, Ih-ici  iu r li 80 cl.iiiii'", tlience uia' 80 cliii u,  ilie co soul 80 <: :iin . t."i*'Ct*- v efcl -hi)  cl niim to phiuc u* ooii lnuiccjiuut, coiit ,*n  ^i ii p-G-iO-iiore'i ,-ui- r-s-i r.U'i-s, ���������-������������������  I    Bonbetl mi po i KMLV- S.W. corner.  I K.NDUIIA >r.\l!   LlitiSON,  I' JJ.iiOlnk. A������o.t.  Uiit-d Doieml or lltli, 111 t  \]> KllT LAXn 1MSTR ICT  Dii'lricL of Hnpi-rt  TAKK noMte tlmt lifilrcm J;imc?  T-i������l;ct' i f ViiiiC-iivi r, li. ('. rrcii-  p.'iti'Mi lCxp!t,,Jh MuiHg-tj' ii*iu,-J;< \ i  lo iipj/lv fur pu nrsi-ii.'ii lo \ tirci.aio  ilo. f:ll Aii-.y de.'t-ril ui Liidt:���������  Gomiv cinjj' at a i-r������t jiliinlcil  alio     110 cliuiii** wi e   c-f ilie   tx ull.  ITKZrKtMTZT  rrirMur^-^^t/ ������avMkR������ie---vnacnn������^r9i������s3i  21  (M>UMfUJV^lV������������'tfk������������VtVtWim  T'������*k9 au7fiut?,n;o cf o.\v Splendid ITcTrs fkxrko  Einfl lollcv/ inbUfccnllj the ir.c'xz ci each party.  ���������*-a*t r;-"^.-rtH7*?'.,,T"^?''  G  r tf*.i**������'r*a*jmm������\t% ft* ^,i**-,������-c^tf,n -w"t '-<mih*������^ j t-*n;i,*i:,",V;i*' |������,'I,I*;1.W".  t  ut  ���������WWi-f ���������fci1������M>M*WMil������  A Fine Ab.soiUiicat of It*  the Choicest Candles, )������  L<vuits and Tobacco, j>  S'nncpnvcr Top Crpnnv t,  ���������        " I  <| DutiRiVHiir Avo.  Cumbt'iliiiul \\  book's Cotton Root Compound;  -������������������.>1^*-^ _��������� Tho cron.t Utorlro Tonic, und  it only  *Afo  ctRifiual Monthly  T/lloinilatoron wlilcli wouion on;i  'dojKinil. Rold tn luroo dogroiia  Ot fill-Ullfltlt-NO. J, ft! No-'{,  Fo������liwwABtwnirer,lf.'lj Kp,������,  for niioc-Uil ciwon, f-5 ixir bor.  ^,  Bold W all dmirffwta, or wi-..  i,     Kiw iwrapiilet. AiJdHWklt THU  I toMMttiomiOojowmtiitT-. d������������" ttwiumm*},  *<l   ^j  ,_ o ���������������   8  P -a ja ^  ���������H u ^ fi  fe w rt   J<  5 w ������m   g ������������������  ������ ������  B    e   8*  * d & -S b  ���������- O -S   -d  S3  miUl  n i is I <* p e  o  ������ -g S  ,-s a  "* I a   S  T������������0   ���������%  Cd ������ Ui    ?     ���������  4  6  ���������a  M  m  Pi  S       m  S'g  ���������J*     ������t  H     1)  NOTICK  Any jici'soii fir poraotif*, enttinp',  rOllloVillg 01'   tltkllljr    nny    bliiiikK,  timlioi' ni'wood, ol'uny diw-riptioili'  .lulongin^ to lliu "Wolliii^'loii Cui-  lioi'v ('()' v., or from or off tho lum!  of tlio flu iti Coinnuny, or uiiyoiii'  tippiny rubbish of any description  anywhere upon the coinpany'f  land u'ill ho pi'OMVMilod to tlm full  oxtniit of tho law.  W. I,. ('(HH.FOX,  Gi'iieriil Miuingo)',  Wollinuton Colliery Co,y,  mimmaarrammaaaaamaammwamimimmmmtam ammmma amam ������ iiiii mn ii inwii * nm nm au   -NOXBffl.,,  RUPERT L.\ND district  District of Unpen.  TAK Iil no'!<���������������-? that Gurdinoi" Al*  i-sunocr Rnidy Spencer of Aluitieihi  (Jiil,, oeciipoiiop plumber,   intond*-  (i np ly fur remus-inn io ptuelia^'  tlie ftillosviuc! d������j������oril'0(l hind.-.: ���������  Ci'inmincinR nt u pOHl' plninod  iliout 30oh������iiiH west of thu ���������-on'11  I'itBt corner uf SrP.'.ioii 2-i, Township  21; Ihonco west Sd cluiinp. ihence  south 80 chuiiiHj ilicnni onat SO  clitiiiif, iheijeo iH't'lh to Koiuh ?onio  nf Wolf Litliu thence wcpiorly along  >outh Khore lo \ve.<r end of lake,  'ihonie cact nlon^ north shore uhoiit  ���������10 chains, ih*ai\ce nonh to pluccv ol  oomii oncoDrtiit, conlivinini; ������1U0  ncre.4'moroor let-H.  Soriboil ou pbs', G.AH.B.'b N.K,  corner,  CtAllirWUtt  Al.KXANDKB BltADY  ^PENCliH,  Dm Clnrk. A pont  Duteil Do.-omlior 1-lihJOlO.  nurfiitT UNDDisTiufj:  Dudiutof Itiippit  TAKE NOnoK th>l A mm IJrniUlinw,  uf Kniorin, I'lui'l In, c-n.-pmiti-r, intni'H  ���������������  ll|'ply  for  prillllKHii'll to l'lll'Ollil-0 tip  followiiiR (ldsenliiul Iiuu'h:���������Coinni'now/  t ll po.t plnli nl -��������� linUn v/vat of llm U.K.  1,1-irni i' of iSou I n '21, lowiml-ip 20, tiuiii  nurth ib cli i h, th iin*i   wist SO olmi n,  iliuno' co I'll *l*'l clii-ii'fi,   tlioiico o-il HD  rluii n In plnco  i.f (,'iin iiiuiii'ciuinil, con-  -.iiini ft 820  iiuivii moro dr li)u������.  Sci-ihoil on pu4 .1 I I'h ti.V,. (i>u*njr,  ���������'  ,1amek HiiAnmiAW,  iMti Clmlf, nycli\  Dntctl 1) comber lOlh, HJIO.  RLTKLlT LAND W-TKlOr  i    D.a'r-'c: o' Ui jtci-.  TAKl-J   .^Ol'IiR    liul  Ai'o'iiidc  VAm  Onr!;    li-.wii,    of   llroo'.luid    K.  V���������  muriiul woman. -iitciidi t������ apply f i \vi-  miBsion lo pnrch imj tliu f,>l]nwf,i jj difo.il).  i>d l.mils,:-C .mill*'nc nj; al a poht |il,iiit(d  it sontliwest cor ei-dl' S o'i.iii   l';,) Tov.n*  chiji i), thoiifo in-i-ll)   89  cl-iiin-i,,   I'lojici'  oiut 80 chaiuH,   tlicnco   finitli   8U cluiiiii",  lluiioc wefct SO 6'inius lo [jIjco of eniiimcii-  monl coiitm'niiig 010 nrros more or Ic-b.  Soiibml im post A.K.t",ll'n S.W. cor  AllEI.AIDr. KfiTUl I'l.AKIC lill'.WN,  Han tlbrlf, nj.; n-,  f)it'o.! D.i'O.i.li'.-r V.Mi, 1(110.  RUPKRT LAN'I)   DISTRICT  Dietrict of Rupert  V  ���������**ren*M*.***j*j*.  tn  w  8  SimSORlHK VOll .TIIK NKWS  ONLV ONE DOLLAR A YKAU.  Riding on locomotive nnd rail  ivav ciu'3 of the Union Oolliory  Couipitny by nny pi-ooj, ,ir- \f-t-  joiib��������� axo.cpt Inin etow ��������� 'ii stdei'y  |n\)hi*ited, KiuploywH -ie ���������ub-  '������'(*. I- ,!ih������uiKH:i! for i.lh.wiiy hhhi*  Ry order  W.  I,.  COULSON,  GukuJ Manila.  IM-rKltTLAND   IHiSI'lllOT  Din rut of  Ruipit        -l-  TAKK no iwi ilmt I) Ibi IlrockH.  of Vnncinvo". II, (', N'.'.i-ricfl  woniiin, in oml. lo I'pp'y f r por"  hiIhh hi lo purclip'O the fi.l'.owiiijj  ilerciibed I n.(b :-Coininoi cito! ni  poM plitulid nt iho iioribwi-ft tor  nor of Si'ction Jli), ToausIi'p '������),  tlifi co oiu-t RO c!i:iift**, thi'iiie hoiiIIi  HO f.'Int'iiH, II o di xx-tpf Mi t<f aion,  lllcniv norih Si ol t\\f- <n i I mm of  coin r,('0Oi!ii.'iii(     cml.ii  be     'il('  UC I'I .-  lllliU'. Ol   !i r -,  Hu'ibo.i imi bu i niji,������ >:. w <m.  Di:i.i,.\ l>lioi'Kjp  1 -*������������;i Cbirli, AuimiI .  D. ul Dec.tuber J7ih, VJIO.  TAKK notien lhal Ilir.lnnrnil  Chillies UirH of Vnrii-onver, H. C,  Rrokcr intcud-s io npply for per  mUiiion to jinrcluuo Iho folmwiiiR  described litnile:- (Jon.nionctng nt  n pop I pbintod ill -j- p. st bi)!ivenn  fieclb n 18k, Town,-b;p 9, and ?cr,l  ion I !l, Tuwns-'hip 20,1 hvnee woM 40  clininj, theuce rouih 40 cbn'wn,  ihince \vcct '-J0 clmim*1, llipiicofoiuh  80 cbainn; Ihonco cutft 40 clinbiH,  ihopen norlh 40 chiiinc, ihcuco cum  40cluiiup, llii-ueo iorth SOchniiiP In  pincoof coiunioiKoiiKMit, co'niniuinir  640 nercB nunc or Iw:  Bcribcd iin pom IUJ|1'.j N Kcor,  Ilk'llMOMl C'llAlll.KH   HlRH.  JJiin tllurk, un"iH.  DiileJ Decomber 10 h, 1010.  JUJl'KUT MND DJSfltlCT  DiMh-'ot of I'np'rl.  TAKK NOTIOK tlmt  YAmil  D.-ko,  nf Dii RlmnilctJ. NY. coaottman.iil'*. (Ih lo  npply for 1-er.niHnlon to purnhaiii tlm fol*  Iiavii^ (lofcrlliol Inndii:���������Coinmonii'iiiiKnt  i p*ft pkitlod 2  niilijs    wont   of   tlm  soul'. ciihI utrutr of Bicliuu 21, Tnv.n,lil|i  !0, ihonoo xvdkl 80 nlinin*,  tlii*iieo   noulli  f() cl niiiH,  thoiicQ OdHt 80  ohaiim, tt.uico  norlli HO olirt'.riH tnphco ofuoiiiiiioioiiiii-nt,  nnli iniiiH IHO aoroit, nioro or 1i-hn,  Suiiliiitl on powt ED'm N.K, oorutr.  KnwAtin Hvifit,  /  Dun Glnrk, A until,  lln-Md UnnnnliK*- IH(I������. OHO  im con.or .of Section 94, Townpbip 21, ihence wo-,! SO oho hie,  il e.ice iouth 80 chaini*, thence iopi  80 cliiiinp, iheiit-ij on th 80 c!���������;'i:.&  io p'tiec 11' C'liniiUMiuciKC'it, ion-  liiiuii f> ()40 n'cff-j nioM-oi l.,i���������������,  ^'Ciibcd i.n po-i .N-Jb.f T'V .1.1-  rirruTP.AM Ja.mi---. Ta j;j*:i,,  D.-in L'birl;, hyoiii  Dn'o.1 Dec-mlcf 14ih, 1010.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Dili! net of Rtipi rt  TAKK noiice   ilmt   Mnr^veiiio  Loiith of yancouvi t,  B C, o.-ni-  pnti ui l-i.ibt-lud.v, iu'enda to npply  for pennigMon io nurclui.-e UjO fol* -  lowinp derrrihed bu i):;  -  0 nume eiufj nl' a   po,-t   planlcd  :tt the north t-ixf.f coi in r of Poo ion  ft-], Township 50, Iheiice wo������l 80  chuiiw, ihonco i-ooib SO <l*,i<in-\  llmnci'e.'isi 80 nlinin-, ihcnco noiih  80 rh-iinp lo plmo oi coivincrcoincnl, contuimiij; fi^O hitos, moio  or Jo-ji*.  Scribed jn posr, M.L.'nN, K cor,  M.'.unui.iiiTK uyr.-n.  Dun, Ciink, A.Tit  )iiled -Ducr iri I.or Klili, 11) 10,  RUPKRT L\N1)U!oTUK;T   ������  Distriel, ot \\x\\-<>i-\  TAKK no'it-o ih������; I'.i'o:.: ,r',-i -,  Rpcnier of Al '.inoibi, fn,,, i.imm'ihi.  wonuin, inioinU io apply fni' p-T-  ini-j.-ion to pin-* hiiie il.o inWuv inv.  do--erilKil bitids:--  ('oniiririiciii.1.' ui. ii p.i,.' \ '..iih *.'  i\l Ihe HoiIii went cnn or i.f :-������������������!lu.,  2 T(.\vn*hi|������ 21, ibi" co noil >���������',  chnini', thence no-lh f'-O eb-'inr,  Miop,-(i worn 80 olinin������, .boiic.**';-ni.b  ���������SO cluiii h lo plnce of coinii ono ���������  incut, i-oniiiiiiiiic 010 ncrcH more ot  logt-i.  Hc.r'bi'fJ on pom K.K.K.', R V.'.cnr.  J'-n.vA I' I'linii -.Si'i*M:i;j{  Don Chuk. Agoill,  D.ited Dcninhor Kith, 101(1.  IMfPK.irr LAVO  DISTIMPT  Drljb' rf by* il.  TAKK noico t liul J'.iidce Ai-liby  r-]r ***-    v 'S' uf Vuii������;m;\er, li.L ,in,irrii'il won.i>n  1    O.'H TARBELL    \ inM.dHoapi  %  .,.. ...m...-... t   no'chii'*!' tho  jti      t,M*.itm-  **. m ,.+ii*ytm_w*, .^*m- .immi **,.*������********?* *  ily tor pormi^ion  to  fnlln'.vif "   (?i*������!crllii<d  lnnd-*': -  ���������    l!i tnineiicint? nl   i   p*pi  j������1/itiled  :i* ihoKU li ens  (oii-i-r of  {���������cetioo  ���������*./  {HIGH GRADE STOVES  aU nil KirCHKN    UTEN.SII.H? ;'i T.iWo**hip '.'.),  ili';u..   noct'li    1-0  \ ch.iiiH,    the nco   v.'i-M     f',0 ol itior,  I      C l f*        ������ '     i> " ''I ooe    H'ltlb  ������\f   (���������' Jt * I .,    *!io|j(n  ��������� iportsmEns mm 5 ���������..������.: ������u ������!.���������.!���������.-. i..^-,-,.������ ..���������,.���������  I f li.' ! (cmim i?,   (-nni.-riniiif  ���������Mil   nc-i'i',  find  ll .ill- Of Ji.-t.ri  ! General Hardware l  "Mm^titXfS���������-  A     _ m     tm '(l- Don Cbitk, ^ceut.  i THE NEWS, CUMBERrAND, ,B. C.  MRS. U. A. SrXQY AND CHILD  Uses Onty Cuticura  Soap for Prize Bahy  "I hnvo always used Cuticura  Boap and no other for iny bnby, und  lio has novor had a sore of any kind..  He lino,-; not own cluifo an most ba-  Men do. 1 fool that it ia all owing  to Cufic-nra Soap for ho is fine and  hcoliliy, und when flvo months old  won u pi-bio in a balif contest. ,,*Ifc  makes my heart; acho to go into no  many homeu and seo a uwoet faced'  Imby with the* wholo top of its head  a solid ''mass of scurf, caused by tho  uso of poor soup. I always recommend Oitic-u'.a, and nine tunes out  of teti'thenbst timo I goo tht?'mother  fcho' nays ' Oil! I am so Kind yon told  mo* of OiTUc'iira.' " (Signed)'Mrs.  G.-A. Sol by, "Bedondo Beach, Calif.  Aitiiowh .c:u*.icur.v.-Soap ts polil by dr������K-.  Plata ��������� urnl (Jcftlcra  cvorywliwc, n   postal  io  ���������'('iitlcufn," ilupt. 'Ctrl.   Boston,  V.8.A., will..  fc-rurc ;-. libornl  s:r.iplc. witli 32-p.-* book ou.,  tho,mm of akin, scaJii ami hair.  How to Presjrvc the Teeth  Tooth are "composed of three different substances; dentine, which is  chiefly caliircous, hciiig; lhe" most important part. Cure must bo taken to  preserve tlie enamel which is -the outer covering., becauso-.It preserves tho  others.  Acidily injure the teeth0, and in  countries where many sweets * are  onion, thereby., causing acidity, early  decay is*noticed.'  In places -whore the water lucks  lime, false .teeth, nro nlmost. universal'  in quite ..young people This is seen  in many parts of Australia and Soil th  Africa. Tlie very best dentifrices aro  ofien tho hio.-it simple and inexpensive,  chalk and orris root combined being  nlmost unequalled.  Carbolic tooth -powders arc not suitable in every case, but most preparations 'conialniiiK u form of pepper-'  mint may he uiied without hesitation.  The tooth brush should be used after  every meal, especially when meat  forms part of the menu.  If a hide appears in the tooth and  it iiUiiot' possible io have it tUtended  to at once, the best demising agent  and deeiiy preventative is*a s.mull piece  of cotton wool dipped ln tincture or  niyrrli nml iuserlod in tho cavity.  Many dentists do this to a tooth before sloppinft it", tho wool should bo  changed daily.  An excellent mouth wash' is made  from two parts water and ono of  myrrh or'myrrh and borax,  Strawberries arc well known as dental beautlflors.  Very cold water is not good, neither  Is very hot water.0  It is nol wise to retire to rest without, cleansing Ihe teeth,  When '.-people suffer from gastric  acid or nervoitu illnesses,u it is very  difficult to preserve tlie enamel and  crusta pelrosa, the latter being the  Latin name for a bony tissue, which  connects tlie teeth to the. socket, there-,  fore' care-in(ist. lie taken' of the general health 'as well as local attention  to. the mouth.  Countless have been, the cures  worked-by, llolloway's Corn Cure.' It  has a power of its own not found in  other, preparations.  I,  AN AERIAL WARSHIP  Out  Zeppelin Airship   Xo.    Turning  Monster for German Army  A great aerial war vessel is being  built for the German military authorities at the Zeppelin Airship Company's works at Frledrlkshafen. Undeterred by the long series <of catas-  tiophles which has overtaken ateer-  .vbld balloons of almost every deserip-  iion, the German War orfice Is continuing its strenuous; endeavors ��������� to  build-in aerial navy wlilch will give  Germany tho undisputed command fol  tho air, and the new cruiser will be  Inrger and moro powerful than: any  aerial vessel yet built,exclusively for  military purposes. She will,'in..fact,  be only eight' yards shorter than the  monster passenger airship Schwaben,  recently completed by the Zeppelin  Company, and will bo built ou the  samo general.lines,  The main difference will be the absence of the huge passenger car,  wlilch ls swung amidships on the  Schwaben, nnd which on tho military  vessel will be dispensed with. Tho  extra margin of lifting power thus acquired will bo utilized to carry tho  weight of armament and ammunition,  I.'i- the new war ve&sel is to bv- cip'.i;.-  pod .with artillery in the shape.of light  machine guns, Tlio vessel will have  a total length of 13-1! yards and throe  i Muybnch motors, two of which will be  six-cylinder -machines,1 developing 150  horsepower each. Sho will be propelled by four screws, two at the  stern being four-bladed and ��������� two  mounted over the forward ear being  two-bladed.  .;'*���������'.  The vessel is estimated to attain a  nominal speed of about 45 miles an  hour.. The preliminary trials of the  new aerial cruiser will probably tako  place -within the. next few weeks.  Education Better Than Cash  Don't: let the boys go to work merely  because the first excitement of money'  earning Is on them. Don't let them  heedlessly sacrifice themselves that  your own burden may lie a trifle lighter. Your family is standing still when  you do that sort of thing and not progressing as a Canadian family ought  to progress. Look to tho future of  your boys, not to your present ease.  They do not realize what they are  missing but you do���������especially* if you  have missed the higher education  yourself. The evolution of tho family is one of tlie finest things anyone  can play, and it is one in which anyone may take a.hand. Better hold to  the old ideals and keep the boys in  school.' Yonr self-respect will increase  iLjaiulo_._iiii_dJJi_e_!uirde;'_itJs,fo;^you  to do it, tlie more satisfaction you will  have from your achievement.  Minard's liniment cures garget in cows  One of the worst things we have  o answer for is the habit'of. putting  by-words into everything we say. It  weakens our talk-, belittles us in��������� the  eyes of thoso who love us, and ties us  hand and foot against a good clean  way of s'pteaking. It is like throwing  pepper sauce right into the eyes of  peoplo of good, clean, sensitive hearts.  Lot's break ourselves of this miserable habit.  ���������,.-.,"-'������������������ '���������������������������������������������       I -     ,       - ���������   ���������  ONE TIRED WOMAN AND ONE LITTLE OVEN  You havo probably beon thoro yourself���������porhaps are right now.  Bright women all ovor Canada aro getting away from this, Thoy welcome MOONEY'S BISCUITS as a most aoccptablo substitute for  their own broad and biscuits:  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  aro the crispest, creamiest crackers made.   Better still, thoy  aro baked in Winnipeg ; right at your very door.     They  com6*to you fresh as tho product of 3rour own oven,  You can have them in air-tiglit packages ^^*__t_W^_mi__m_^^  or sealed tins as ycu prefer. _^__*:Z5*^i'f-'*l__*=*'  _<&.  f^r -*\f\Z_t  <���������* "S>  LET  MOONEY  DO IT  4  R. bin kneo llfen this, but yonr lioraa mny  two a luuieli or limlso on hla Ai'ltle,  Hoot, Btiilo, Kiifo or Throat.  limpsijjE;  Iw  _ te&at*tsf_   &if������M Afi��������������� will cloan (.hum oft wllliout laying tlie  MM MM j, No blister, no ImlrRone.  13.01) por bottlo ddlvorcrt. iJiiscrii o your cabe tor  apodal Inotrucilonaiina iSoolc U V, troo.  AHSOItBXUK,iIK���������lialmi'ntlor wanblna. Ita*  mown Painful NffolUngfl, Knlarrcofi GUndB,  ~ "  .-...-. - ��������� 0t VarlcoHlf ���������-  iinyfii-.-viD. rneawiMii" "    '  '-*  ............nwnJollrorcJ. Mimafaoture _.  H.VT.\)\m.V.)).f,W Lymiui'jBlda.. Monlfesl.CaO.  1MUVI*U    * ,v.u*u,   o,lu.(i���������Kn,   JUK ...     GoKre, Wonn, ItnilnoR, Varlcoso Vclno, Varlconltlos,  Dhl fioM-r, ^ilarai'alD. Prlco ti ami tsi n bottlo ai  onuralsMwdollrorcJ. Munafaoturea ouly by '    *  AIM f.irnl il\,iil liy .Wkrtlit Rnln & Wjwnn Co., WMIpntf |  Tin. .'.'.ill,nml I mm:! nii'l Uliuiiilcsi Do,, Wlntilpatf ft Uiilguty-,  "���������il Ueii'lurs./n lima, C'i), Ltd., V.Micoilvrr,  Tlm troubio wllh a good many people in Hint* tliey toll uh all thoy know  die firm lime we meet them, and the  iicdoml mnotiiiff I'indii -thorn out ot  ���������nontui coin.  Mnny thoro uro wlio arc loafiiiR at  .ho \i)li<K������i P'ooory nloi'0 when Op-  lioi'liuiliy Ih IiiiocIcIih; at. thuiv door.  Bolivian Production of Tin  Bolivia produces one-quarter of tho  total tin output of tho world. Recently its tin sold for $1,000 a ton. The  wealth accruing to tlie Andean Republic from this source would be a  simple arithmetical prohlcm if this  price .was constant. ���������, Fortunately during the past two years the' vaino of  a ton of tin lias never gone much below $750, and at that price the Bolivian tin miner is assured a good profit, desplto tho difficulties of trans-  liortation. ...   -  Certain economic factories operated against tho highest exploitation of  tin in Bolivia, especially the "necessarily,,* heavy freight charges, tho dependence on tho price of -Straits tin,  the export duty and the fluctuation  of tho Bolivian monoy. In timo most  of thou-? Handicaps will lie overcome  and tho proceeds,of tho tin minor of  Bolivia proportionately increased.  SMMsGiwe  quickly slops couiih,*. curca cold;, lit>itl,i  tho thront nml luiiii*     ���������- ���������    ���������    "HO conlu.  Wo notice tlmt most pooplo who aro  consumed by curiosity bIIU -survive.  It is not worth while to say forbear  to a hoar.   The sitfor plan Is to run.  rr  neys  Wear Out  But Many People of Advanced Years  have learned'how to keep these  organs healthy by using  DR. CHASE'S '  KIDNEY ^ LIVER PILLS  The kidneys arc often tho first organs-oi!-Lhe- body���������to-cause-trouble.-  Thoir-work of filtering the blood is  greatly increased by excessiv'o eating  or by the use of highly seasoned foods  and alcoholic drinks.  As advanced age conies on most  people suffer-more or loss from derangements 'of the kidneys. With  some there are years of pains and  aches, with others Bright's Disease  is soon developed and tho end comes  ���������quickly. ' ,.  ^rt.unntf-ilv n., pxcar; rrwv havo  learned about Dr. Chase's Kidney and  Liver Pills, and are enabled by thoir  use to lcoep, the kidneys healthy and  active. ;  This medicino is entirely different  from ordinary kidney treatments,  and invigorates tho action of the liver  and bowels, To this combined action  is attributed Its remarkable success.  Mr. Richard Preston, Osborne,  Lamb ton county, Ont., writes:���������"I  want to testify, to'the wonderful curative properties of Dr. A, W. Chase's  Kidney and Liver Pills. Sevonteon  years ago I began the use of this  medicine, when my back was so bad  that to stoop or rise was torturo to  me. Tho kldnoya woro in bud condition, o but theso pills entirely freed  mo, of hack pains. 1 have used'them  ever since, whenever (lie kidneys  would,get out of order, and now, at  eighty years, am well and hearty,  thanks to this grand modlclno,"  Dr. A. W, ChaBo'B Kidney and Liver  Pills, ono pill a dose, % conts a box,  at all dealers, or Edmiuison, Bates &  Co,, Toronto,    ,  Financial  Reasons  Willie, mamma has a great surprise  for you."  "Ah, 1 know what it is���������big bruv.ver  is back from his vacation."  "How did you know?"  "My bank won't rattle any more."  MOTHER'.S PRAISE OF       .,   BABYJS OWN-TABLETS.  The Fountain Head of Life  Is The Stomach  A. mini who lias a weulc und iu.puii'cd btuinaoh und who does not  properly dii<.?������t hi* food will soon find that IiIh blood has become  weik nml impnveritilic.*d, nnd thut bin whole body is improperly nnd  Imuflidently noiiriUic-d,  nr. ntnrteii'i* <;or.Dim Mtwiem. nistsovuRY  nt,ilin.-i thf* stomach tilruni, promote* tlio How ot  dhirttlve ItitneH, veaio.ca tlio lost nppt-tlto, tnnlton  n.mtlmlliitiott nr-rrunt, Invlitorittoa tho liver and  purltit.-t and enrhlieu tlio blood, It In the Hveat blood*maker,  fls.ilfbttlltJtr and rextorMlvc nerve tonic. It ntatsea men  Ktt-i>n$ In body, nntlve  In  mind and cool In  lud&emont...  This " Di.ieovery " U ti pure, dlycerio exlruct of American medieu! roots,'  ������l������������olulcly free from ulc-.ihol tnd oil Injurious, hahit-formlnjl dniftN. All Id  hviifdicn'H -.ire printed on iti wrapper*. It hflfi no relationship with nuoret  noMtrunt'4. Its every ingredient Is endorsed by the lenders in ull Ihe tohools of  medloiiift. n������n't oi-uept a secret nostrum os u ������iihsti������uie for thin tlmn-proven  remedy oi= hmmvn (Kimcosimus. A.������,t> vouh mmoiuiou.".. They musl know of  many cures r.iad.- by il (lurin-,' past Ml years, riftlit In your own ncltjlihorhnod.  World's Dispeiisary Medical Absuoiotiun, Dr. K.V. Prercc, 1'rei)., Buffulo, N. Y,  Jlrs. B. S. Bakor, Kast Margaret-  ville, N. S., writes: "No mother would  recommend for her baby any medicine of which she was not absolutely  sure. A baby's lifo is too precious-.  A mother is always pleasei1. to recommend to other mothers something  that has beon valuable in restoring  the health of her own child. That Is  why I can highly recommend Baby's  Own Tablets. They cured my baby  who was Buffering from constipation  and I feel that I cannot pi-alie them  enough. 1 would advise nil mothers  with sickly babies to give them n  trial, woll knowing what (he result  will be." Tho Tablets aro sold by  medicino dealers or by mall at 2H  contB a box from The Dr. Williams  Medicino Co,, Brockville,, Ont.  Of .course a farm is very much of a  problem-, good cultivation, good stock;  good tools and a good system of work  are parts of the problem. If yon leave  any of them out. you will have a lot  of difficulty in "working it" correctly.  MInard'r, Liniment Cures Colds, Ac...  If youth could only know tho value  of its opportunities that cptno but  onco and pass ao rapidly, It would  be "saved from any mistakes and failures of llfo, and from much of the  bitterness and giiof, tho.despair and  gloom that often como with old age,  Foolish   Question  The editor of the woman's page was  on his vacation aad the sporting editor had. jumped into the breach.  "Weft, what do you think or this?"  he snorted, as he held up a perfumed  communication. "HereVa fool woman wants to know how to mako a  lemon tart; just as though a lemon  rwasn!t__J*ari���������enough__already_.!;   Worms in children, if they bo not  attended to, cause convulsions, and  often death. Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator will protect the children  from theso distressing afflictions.  A Hint to the Shy  Shyness comes through lack of confidence, and to overcome shyness it  Is therefore ��������� necessary to ovorcomo  this feeling of diffidonco" and gaiii  more confidence, There is nothing  liko quiet thought to help In tlio attainment of self-confidence, and the  shy or timid person will gain much by  taking a few minutes quiet and  thouglit eacli doy, during which tlmo  the mind Is fixed on the cause of the  shyness or flurry. Bo determined not*  to become shy or nervous and reason  with y'ouraolf as to why you' should  not' becomo Uiub agitated.  Determine to rulo yourself by your  own thoughth and by your own reasoning powers.  Only  Technically  "Is your child in bed by eight every  evening?"  "Technically, yes. We begin arguing about that time."  Sores Heal Quickly���������Have you a  persistent��������� sore' that refuses to heal?  Then try Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil'  _in,the,dr_essing. Jt_wlll,stop,sloughings_,  carry away tho proud flesh", draw out  tho pus and prepare a clean way for  the new skin. It "is the recognised  healer among oils and myriads of people can certify tlmt it healed where  other oils failed utterly. .  "Do you think he would bo cool  time of danger?"  "I think his feet would."  m  Do you ever liave Headache, Toothache or Earache? Mosi pooplo .io.  llamllns Wizard Oil -Ir tho best  household romody and linlmont for  thoso everyday troubles.  A collection of buttons dating from  the ninth century, loft by a man who  died at Ghent, has been found*'to be  worth $10,000. It Blartodywlth one  taken from tho'robe of Charlemagno.  Tho man behind tho plow- ls all  right provided he does not get too  far behind.  Why let that headache spoil yeur day's work or pleasure ?   T������ks  Jgi*     M    >*    >      at*  V  V-, ���������'-i;~^mi.  ���������Vi   ���������*Ti>f*<$.-  "M'  P#  JiA^JiwI  t?  ���������������������-"*.*j  *!>5*^**^  a-*f"  V**������ la.-  irttfrZ  %JV   jm* ******   jStaaV fa**    J*-    >U** ,#* ****  .4 01 Caliber  Selt-Loading Rifle,  This new Winchester is reloaded by recoil,  the repeating as well os the firtni; mechanism beinij under control of the triffger  firiRcr. A bullet fired from it striken a blow  of 2038 pounds���������force enough to topple  over the biirt-festfeame���������penetration enough  to reach the innermost vital npot, Tho  wonderful in operation nnd pnwriTnl in  execution, this rifle is neither complicated  in construction nor cumbersome to handle.  It llitf Uko The Hammer Of Thar.  wm_x_w  The Farmer's Workshop,  Havo you over stopped In your Work  o consider Iho importance'of ri work*  alio)) on tlio I'nrni? IT you hsuv not,  you may bo oblige.d to do so some-  tlmo 'when .vou break an Important  thing while In tho mldsl, of n busy  KeiiHon, and must go six mi I en for repairs, WherouH, If you Imd a workshop of your own right al, homo, yon  fioud mnlio Iho iioooiniiii'y rcpalrii  yourself at very siniill cokI,  To have n woiimhop with nil iiccon-  miry tools for rnpnlr work hi fur more  Important than It is kIvou credit, for,  il. can ho utilized to nuiko profit 'for  you iu many ways,   During the   long  winter nioiUliH thoro aro   ninny   un.-  Iclcn you could fashion Into tlilnnu of  uHofiilnotiH.   I know fiiruioi-K wlio, In  their ovvii workshop, have turned oul  ImrrowH, douhlotroon, hog nickii, ii,iwl-  heal,h, and other nrtlelet* various and  numerous,       Some    are    nindo    for  in!l������hboi'rt nnd gouurotibly  paid    I'or.  Tlio doiilt lit which I am writing UiIh  wan mado lu our, own workshop by  my brother, who Ih handy wllh tlio  tools. Ho has had  nnlnrn   for book-  ciikoh from nolghhora who have soon  il,    . ���������.,..)���������      t   yn^nHfWl    iff.    ,,.,    ,,,,     in.,  irutUiti, that you may boo whnt prntilH  my Im realued Irom hours spent in  lm workshop.  At'one time * we were threshing  wheat, "'hen, without wiiriiln;*;, tlje  feed  hoard    of lliu    separator    wnu  ��������� *>,i.ioli(>il   iii   wilMini-iinin:   hv   (he   1>.-|i  tlyiiig off. "No more llircHhliif, iu-  day,"*U������o l'01-.s of tlio outlll snld,  "I'vo Kot lo go lo town to huvo thin  ihlui? ropnlred,"  "Give It to mo," mild the owner of  the farm, and hn look ihe wiwkod  food board to his workshop, mul nut  of ik-w maiiM'M Ut* inadt: imi* ;;., mm]  i-.k the brolcjn one. In an hour tin.  i.iachlnc wn.-s ImiiniilPf; u' work ;i<;  nicrrily as '���������'ver hcfoic The uuil;*  nhop l������ a valuable hhhci In the farm;  jl aavofi money to the farmer in ma.ij  way*, as lho:������������ who have nuo can  testifj'.---J.A. IlaiEcr, In Farm Journal.  To this lato day wolves do a vast  amount of damage in Uussla. Tho  loss of tho pooplo in domestic  animals through tlie doprodatlons of  wolves amounts to .|l0,000,000 every  year.  Bewnro of Matchmaking  Matchmaking Is ii dangerous business. Literally It Ih ho, I'or thoso Iltllo Ughl-makei'ii ol'U'ii burn lheir own  flngors. If a mlntnko lu mado fho  couplo aro apt lo hhiinc lhe persons  who hroiiglit them together and led  them Into matrimony. To recommend anyone for a husband or a wlfo  Is a very responsible busliteuH, and It  Is an a rule, best loft alone.  HA-QftM  J������AF|RS  '   25s. a Box at your druggist's.  Guaranteed to contain no morphine, opium or other poisonous dru&a, t>y the   30  National Drug anil Chnmlcnl Company of Canada, Limltttd,      ���������      ���������      ���������'     ���������       MostraaL  A Pill for All Soanono.���������Winter nnd  Hiimnter, in any latitude, .whether In  torrid zone or An-.llo temperature,  Parmeloe'i-t Vegetable PIHa can be de-  ponded upon to do tholr work'. Tho  dyspeptic, wll'. find ihem a I'rlotid nl-  ways and Hhould carry thorn wllh him  everywhere, Thoy nro made to withstand nny climate and are warranted  to keep their strength. They do not  grow stale, a (futility not. pobhohboiI lu  many pills now upon the market.  Lnrrtnst Banquet In the World  Tlio grealeiil Imimuot liy .history  looli place on AiiK-aM, IS, ibH'.i, niuat  the forty thousand wnyoru or Frantic  imt at a table in the Palais de l'lndus-  trie. In Paris, There wero tlij'oo relays of about 1:������,000 gliosis each. ��������� To  prepare the  fount required  70 chief  COO)(H,  I'.t.UUO  WailnTh.  bCilliiljIir.. Cttii.lt  men, and helpers. 80,000 platclH, 52,000  glasses, knlven, forks and upoons In  prnporllon, '10,000 rolls, nnd fluh and  meat and fowl by Ihe ton.  W.N.U, No. 871.  7sr  VOBP*  An Innovation in Oil Heaters  The Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater, with its  drums enameled in turquoise, is an ornament to any  room, whether in the country or city home.  Mr* ItotYf? h rn\\\ta rrymri\atf ivjiKnnr h P^r^rlion Oil  Hentcr. It 33 n npcowtly in lhe fn\! nnd ppra|j, 'wHcn it h loo  warm lo start lhe regular healing apparaluit, and too cool to he  without heat. In the midst of winter it is often convenient as  an auxiliary heater, as there are always some cold corners  ! Tlie enameled healer alwayi pre������������nli a nice oppearnnce^as lhe  enamel will nol tatnisli or bum off. H is not an "enamel paint," but It  ii the tamo as the enamel of your cooking utennib.  Tho Perfection it the most rel'mblo and convenient portable healing  device you can find. An aulom.-itically-locWng flame spreader prevent!  tumingihe wick high enough to imoke.  Dttfft, tvrrywiifr������. Aik yniifi to iWiw  )eu iht r������r((Uion I Uivt euimf WI ������nvril|  for oeuriptivt tircuUr to i*t ������������������������</ ol  Tit Imptrli! Oil Comycnjr, iJmltiJ  >w  -:mm\  mm  fli  mus*  mtaatam  HHMMUHa!  mmm ii'.* '������'��������� -j\--   ',-'���������?*-' ' .'"!"'"' ->'-  V  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. a  (^������H'4'*f������**HHM^*<������M^HH>*#**  !! The Cheever;  Twins     I  ;; They Were Outwitted In Their ?  Practical Jokes.  By CHARLOTTE PERKINS.  i������  i������  i������  *>������-.  ������������  i.  Copyright by American Pre������ Asao-  elation. 1911.     .    ,  When the Cheover twins chose to  ���������dress exactly alike, when thoy shnved  their mustaches und when Huoeh exchanged his gold seal ring for .Joseph's  diamond, thon tholr wives could not  tell, them apiirt, much to tho mirth of  tlio Joke loving brothers. Of courso  the twins were accustomed to hnving  ���������strangers confuse their Identities un������  dor tho most ordinary conditions, but  when they wore clever enough to puss-  Rlc the two women who knew them  .best.they-rejoiced-accordingly.    -    '  "Ret you." grinned Enoch one day  ���������s they lunched togetherldowntown.  "Bet you." returned Joseph, -frith a  ���������Ignition nt smile.  That night Mrs. Enoch Cbeorer met  lior husband at tho door of their lint  nnd returned his proffered kiss. In-  Bluntly tliere Unshed over her tho eon-  Tlctlon tliat this was lier brother-ln-  lnw, but her fnce did not betray her  * discovery.    ,  lie hung his hnt on tho tree and came  Into the brighter light of tho dining  room. He stood there a moment, rubbing his hands with'the gesture whteh  was a marked characteristic of his  brother's. For a moment Madge Cheover wavered In bcr opinion, Sbe  scrutinized gray suit, Bhirt nnd tie and  ring, but they wero nil Just as her  husband had worn them In the morning.  "You look pleased, my donr," observed Joseph as he pat dowifin Joseph's chair and ladled the soup.  '"I am," returned Madge with heightened color and much spirit' "You  recollect that man, Mr. Benson, who  colled tho other evening?"  "Uenson?" repeated Joseph vaguely.  "Oh-ali-um-yes.   Whatabout him?"  "Well, ho says he will accept your  Offer."  "Offer-nli, yes. my offer!" repeated  Joseph uncertainly.   Then ,wltb a de-  wwy*  '���������what's Tins Aiiour bicnson?"  Uro to drop tho subject of tho unknown Hanson ho nddod hastily, "I'll  ice Benson about"It tomorrow."  "But ho Is coming this evening.  Enoch," protested Madge Innocently.  "What In tho deuce Is ho coming  here tonight for?x I've an engagement  It the lodgc~-g6t to Initiate n fow  elmps." Joseph Chccvcr carved tho  toast with calm precision, serving  Mndgo with pnpor thlu slices of rare  beef,  "You know I Hko It well dono nnd  rjulto thick, Knoch," sbo complained,  but hIio did not permit bim to cuiuigo  It. Qla ovldcnt perturbation * wns sufficient for her amusement, Thon sho  returned to tho subject of Benson.  "It doesn't seem to mo you'ro fronting .Too quite right In thnt Bonsou matter, Enoch," she remarked after a littlo pause. "The very Idea of your fur-  dialling tliat mnn capital to go into  bind now across tlio. street from your  |������wn fitorcl It's nil very well for you,  boeiuiBo you will "lmvo n sharo of profits either wny, but what obotit poor  Joseph)"  "Yes," echoed Joseph, wldo eyed,  open mouthed, "What about poor Joseph 7"  "Knoch Clifloverl" shrieked Mndge  kuddenly. "You nro not eatln* torn*,  toes nflor whnt tho doctor mild?"  ���������"riffle!" snorted Joseph testily. Ho  Was thinking of his brother nud tho  wily Hanson, who had once been tholr  bend salesman and who wns iinxloim  to start another shop In competition  Wltb his former employers. ;i  "WwipIi fKnornrl" or1ni\ lilnrfrrn nnna  taoro. "Tho very Iden of yonr speak-  lng to me In thnt manner! If you do  Dot apologize nt once I shall telophono  to father to como up Wero!"  "Why-why, whnt did t say?" de-  tan tided Joseph, uncomfortably nwiiro  Unit ho could not nice, unflinching,  tbo cold.blnck eyes of Mm, Knoch  Ubeovsr's father.  "You snld 'piffle,' and you now used  liucli nn expression before In yenr Hfs  i-not lo me. Of course 1 know Joseph  talks to poor Ada thnt wny, but I  Won't stand it!"  Marjrentorod the room nt Hint mo-  Went, snd white sho removed the  llsbos snd plnced thu dessert before  sr raUtreas there wns nn imcomfortn-  lo sllonco between Mrs. Enoch C'hee-  ktr., nud her mischievous brotlwrln-  |sw.  37b������u ttus wi������r������ tku* Jowpi mil  meekly: "I apologize. Madge, iwas  real;? thinking of someUUug else."  And vheu, wl{b a sudden accession of  dignity, ho added; "1 thluk you aro  mistaken about Ada. I am sure Joe  doesn't act like such a brute as you  suggest."  Madge tossed her blond hend. "1  know what Ada tells me lu coufl-  deuce," sfie said loftily. "1 am sure  that she ls sorry sbe ever married  your brother." ;  , "Sorry - she - evor - murrled me-  him?" usked poor Joseph, aghast.   -  "You know she had lots ot chances  to do better," pursued Mrs. Enoch  Cheever complacently. "Joseph ts  nice looking, and he wouldn't be that  If he didn't look so much llko you  Enoch. But he Isn't clever one little  bit, and you know Ada adores cleverness In a man."  "1 suppose so," admitted Ada's hus-  baud, neglecting his pudding.  "Tbnt Nod Lourlesou���������you remember  tho fellow who was so wild about  Ada's dark blue eyes? Well, you kuow  ho went on the stugo after sho refused bim, ond he has become a*grcat  nctor. 1 don't, suppose Ada has over  told Joseph about the affair, bccifliso I  think sho still feels a sort of���������er���������attachment, don't yon' know, dear."  Mndge smiled fondly at Joseph, who  mauuged a sickly grin ln response.  "1 dare say she does," he said gloomily. "Sort of slender, willowy chap, I  suppose." The Cheever brothers were  inclined to stoutness, with thinning  hai/on top of their kind heads.  ���������;Ho has an adorable 'figure,'"gushed  Mndge, suppressing a deslro to "glvo  wny- lo laughter, "and the thickest  wavy hair and"���������  "And a thick hend, too, I'll warrant,"  blurted tbo Indignant Joseph, forget-  -ting his role.  -     .  "Why, Enoch, dear, are you jealous?  I nm not in lovo with Ned Lnurlesoh  even If Ada���������ob, well, we went to tbe  matinee yesterday to seo him. I Wish  you could have been there.".  "I only'wish I could bnve been  there!" threatened Joseph, rising In  his wrath and pacing tlio floor.  "I   can   foci   the   thrill . that  shot  through mo when ho made love to tho,  heroine," murmured Madge with a faraway look ln her eyes.  "I could* pass him a few thrills that  would put him out of tho show business for good and all," growled Jo-  Reph, jerking on nls gloves and reaching into tho hall for bis.hat.  "I don't eee any reason for your losing your temper over your-brother's  affairs," complained Mi's. Enoch. "I  am sure if Joseph only treated Ada  half ns well as"��������� She paused siguIQ-  cautly.  ���������"Half-ns-well as���������what?" demanded-  Joseph Impatiently:  "Half'as woll as you treat me,  Enoch," said Enoch's wife wltb shining eyes. "If you could only talk to  Joseph I nin sure that"���������  "Talk to him, niadaml I'll read him  a lesson he'll not soon forget." And  Joseph Cheever, for once stirred out of  his' easy going ways, shot out of tho  door and Into tlio down dropping elevator, hopped on a car and went to  the appointed rendezvous with hla  brother at their club.  After the door had. closed behind hlrn  Mrs. Enoch Cheever threw herself  down on a couch and laughed until tho  (ears rolled down- her cheeks. Then  she went to the telephone uud called  n number.  In the meantlmo Mrs. Joseph Cheo-,  vor had passed through a similar scene  with ber brother-in-law, for sho hnd  j-('f;olved Immedlnte news of the mixed  Identities from her slster-lndnw boforo  llio Enoch Cheever dinner wits served.  "Well, Ada," a very much .perturbed  Enoch was saying, "I nm sorry you  feci cnlled upon to pity my brother's  wife, but Mndgo has always soeined  to mo to bo a hnppy woman."  "But of course, dear Joseph, you  hnvo novor known of hor tenderness  for Ned Lnurleoon, tho nctor. Poor  Mndgo! I inn so sorry for her, And It  floes seem, too Iind, Joseph, that you  Bhould hnvo entered Into thst question-  ablo deal wltb Benson at this tlmo, for  It jsii't fair to Enoch, as I snld boforo,  Mid"-  "Womnn,", Interrupted Enoch solemnly, "If Ihoro Is any punco ln the world  hold your tongue! I am going out to  Kdtlo sovornl.,matters nnd will not get  homo till Into."  Uu disappeared ns rapidly nn bis  brother hnd dono in another apartment  n short whllo before und jumped on a  car'for bis club. Thoro bo mot Joseph  lu ouo of tbo smnli writing rooms, and  the two brothers, who hnd never disagreed since their childish quarrels,  new glared nt ench other fiercely.  "Whnt's this nbout, Benson?" sputtered Joseph threateningly.  "That's just whnt I was going to  nsk, you," retorted Enoch. "And do  you know Ned Lniirlesoii, tho actor?"  Thoy stared nt ench other, bowll-  dorcd, not at tlrst comprehending tho  situation. Then a grent light broke  oror.Joseph's face, nnd ho slapped his  rtnim.   "Stung!" lie yelled excitedly,  When Enoch hnd gathered tho Import  Vf 111"* H������ti<ntl������ri Ilo foil [nfci **. f\\v\:fi\\  rocker nnd pasped for breath, "And  Ihoy bnd It all cooked up between  thorn beforehand ngtilnst llio next tlmu  wo played thnt trick on 'em," laughed  Enoch as thu I wo, much relieved of  their JcnloiiH fears, compared notes,  "Wbiil can wo nflonito do. Joseph, now  that Benson Isn't going to run,a storo  across tho street and put us out of  business? 'Pretty cuto In 'om, eh?"  "I wns thinking." rejoined Joseph,  "thnt we might afford ench lo buy half  of thnt tntirliijr enr \,o wore looking  nt (he ether day. And, ssy. tlmt wcu!d  be n Surprise worlh while, eh?'  "Ye*, considering how niennly ynu  treat your wife," chuckled Enoch.  "How nbout Ned I,nurle*(m5" Ca-  raanded Joseph Iniittlslllvely.  "Plfflit" returned Enoch comptacaut*  ly. and then (ber both limbed tAttt  lum ik.  A FABLE  THE hen remarked to the mulley cow \  As ahe cackled her daily Uy '  (That Is, the hen cackled): "it's funny how ;i  I'm good for an egg a day. I  im & fool to do it, tor what do I ret?  My food and lodging.  My.  But tho poodle seta that!   He's the &OUIS*  .  hold pet, '  ImS he never laid a ntnsto f-EB yet,  Not oven when egg* were hlsh."  '   v  The mulley cow remarked to the heat   -  As she masticated her cud  '.That la, tho cow did):'"Well, what then?  You quit and your name ts mud. .1  I'm good for six gallons ot milk each day.  And I'm given my stable and stub,  But the parrot sets that tnucli-anyway  Ml aha can sobble-and what does she  pay? . ,  Not a dribble ot milk, the dub!"  But the hired man remarked to tho pair:  "You'set oil that's coniln' to you.  The po'bdlo docs tricks, and tlio parrot kin  swear,  Which is better ,than you kin do.  l'ou're necessary,'out what's'the use  Of bownllln" your dally part?  fou're boyrgeols; work'B your only excuse..  ipou can't do nothin' but Jos' produce  What them fellers docs Is nrt."  -Calcutta (India) Capital.  A DisgVace,  There Is ln Washington nn old  "grouch," whose sou was graduated  from Yale. When the young man  enmo home at the end of his tlrat term  be exulted In the fact that bo stood  next,to the head of his class. Rut tho  old gentleman was not satisfied.        ^  "i\ext to the head!" lie exclaimed.,  "Whnt do you mean?- I'd like to know  what do you think Pin Bcndlns.you to  college for? Next to tho head'.' Why  aren't you at tlio head, where you  ought to be?" '      *    ���������>  Xt\. this the Bon was much crestfallen, but upon liis roturu ��������� ho went  about his work wltb such ambition  that at tho end of the term be found  himself In the coveted place. Whon  bo went home that year he felt very  proud. It would ho groat uews to the  old man.  Whon the announcement was made  Iho father contemplated Ills sou for a  few minutes ln silence, then with a  shrug he remarked:  "At the heud of the class,' eh? Well,  that's n Cue commentary on Yale university!"��������� Lippineott's.  Tit For Tat.  Minister (arousing himself In barber'*?  cbnlr)���������All through yet?  Barber���������Aye. lung syne.  Minlster-Thoii 1 must have been ln������  dulgitjg In a MUiet nap?  - Barber���������Ye wis that, sir.  Mlnlater-It wns very good of you  not to waken me. 1 am very thankful  for what has beeo u moat refreshing  sleep:"���������" -*y    "  Barber���������Hoots, mail, baud yer  tongue. It's only a fair return. I slept  all through yomvsermon IitsfSawbatb.  -Tit-Bits.  First Women In China  to   Practice   Medicine.  ���������^*>5������^'^.fJ.^.^.<. + .}������j4^..J<.jM{..J..J.^���������}���������J,,jM{.^,V},tJ,^  Hard J.uck..  "This   Is   a   peculiar  world,"  sighed  Harry  the  hobo.    "I've  always noticed that tho poorer  cook a woman Is tho more like-  S  Her sho ls to have some cold  *  vltlles left for mo when  I nsk   ft  her for thorn!"���������Toledo lllade,      *\*  *x*  ^.^.^���������^^���������j.^.^,������*;,.JmJ.^..j.������j.^..j,,j..j.^,������j,^..},.Ji >j> <$���������>*������  D'yplomatio  -    ^    ' ��������� *.  "Mother, you promised not to punish mo Jf I told the truth."  "All right, I won't."  "Thon I must toll you I told n Uo  this morulng."--New York Mnll.  Insulting.  "I'vo luul my tonsils token out  Thero Is only tho outer shell of my  uose left. I'vo been operated ou for  appendicitis, and now"���������  "What do thoy waut to do to you  now?"  i "I wanted In sell my body to oue of  the modlciiI'colleges, nud Ihey asked  mo to give them u reduced price becauso there was so little of mo left, I  call that adding Insult to tnJury,"-Cli!-  cngo Uecorilllernld.  DB. TAUEISm..   ������?5ffii)"   "-.*'  Is It possible for_ an eastern woman '  to enjoy western education and training uml remain characteristically oriental? This ls a question frequency  asked by titiropcims Interested in tbe  education and progress of eastern women.  . To seo Dr. Ynmel I-Jin, China's first  woman doctor, and, better still, to  hear her speak In perfect English of  ber hopes for the further progress of  Chlnoso women, is to answer the question in tho alflrniatlvo. Dr. Yamel Kin  stands for tho well balauced oriental  woman, familiar with the science,  learning and methods of the wsst, but  losing none of her own nationality.  She is typically Chinese In appearance. Tliere are tlie pale complexion,  tho dark hair, the small dark eyes,  twinklliiB with fUn. Small In stature,  but alert and active In body and mind.  Dr. Kin wisely retains her Chlness  dress.  It is more than twenty years since  Dr, Yaraci Klu toolcher degree at the  Women's Medical coljege. New York,  now merged iuto Cornell university,  _Tlio__years_. .Bpcnt_ln__.the_west_ _bav_6_.  taught her muob besides a wonderful  command of tho English language and  a "knowledge of medicine and surgery.  She docs not approve of all Bhe has  heard nud seen, but she recognize!  that modern science ls tbe greatest  gift of the west to tbo east today. In  method there must be adaptation rathei  thaii adoption.  She Is now Intrusted by tbe Chinese  government with tho organization oi  a medical department for women In  northern China, n huge task wblcb  calls forth her splendid abilities. A  start has been made at Tientsin. A  hospital, dispensary nnd medical school  are In existence. How they came Into being Is characteristically Chinese.  Land, on which wero some very ancient buildings, was allotted to Dr.  Kin for bcr new organization, with au  assured revenue That wns tho gov.  ernment's part; sho wns to do all the  rest, "You must make your own  plaiiH nnd carry your scheme to sue  cess."  This meant thnt sho had to be hoi  own architect nud engineer and enrrj  out tho work wllh the aid of a fovi  ordinary workmen. Thero wor-o" tin  water supply to be planned nnd sanl  tn ry work to bo dono! ns well ns do  mollshlng somo of tho old *. buildings,  replnclng them with now ones iixil  adopting others to her purpose.  Tho 'transformation was worked  Tho nrchticct nnd engineer nro nou  sunk In tlio doctor nnd director. Dr  Kin's nlm Is to mnko Riiro progress nn(  lift the pooplo step by step to botlei  sanitation nnd hyglono. In ber estnh  llsbment sho mntntnlns Chinese cus  toms so fiir^as possible and introduce/  only such western mothods,of smilta  tion (is are Indispensable. lier slu  dents enier for a two or threo years  course; their tnclhod of life ls Chinese  also tholr food, which Dr. Kin slrnrei  with them In order that sho may bi  (ho tlrst to complain If anything shoult  bo wrong. ,  HE LIVED THERE ALL RIGHT.  Father Qot a -Bide Light on 8������n'������ College Habitt.  ARTHUR   LEFEVRD, . the   well  knon ix Texas author, said ln  Victoria apropos ot the Texas  prohibition campaign:  "That remluds me of a happening  at tho University of Virginia during  my student days In '81.  "There was a Bnltlmoro freshman  at-the varsity whose father got several lettera about bis boy's wild ways  ���������about his fouduess for peach and  honey and such llko heavy drinks.  These letters grieved the old man to  tho heart. Ho wroto to tho freshman  and ln reply got a general denial of  all tho charges.  "Evidence, however, continued to  pour lue'and finally the father decided  on a secret Journey to Charlottesville.  He .timed himself to arrive, late nt  night! It was, In fact, 12 o'clock ln  tbo morning when he rang tho bell of  his son's boarding house.  "Iri responso to his ring a woman  In a. yellow bathrobe appeared, inmp  in hnnd.  "'What do you want?' she'demand,  ed, peering suspiciously Into the darkness. '  " 'Madam,1 said tho amateur detective, 'Is this tho residence of ���������Y nnd  ho mentioned his son's*-name.  . "The -woman's grin relaxed, and sbe  answered indifferently:  ��������� *"Ycs, be lives here. You tan carry  him right In.' "-Kansas City Star.  His Saving  Perhaps.  ���������The late Bill Barlow, editor of the  Laramio Booinreang, believed no less  In accurnto than in humorous Jour-  nnlism.  "You can't achieve your effect," Barlow once said In an address In Douglas, Wyo,, "unless you'ro accurate.  Uncertainty and Inaccuracy will spoil  tbe finest effect, whether 11 be comic  or whether it be pathetic.  "I remember a funeral In Tin Can.  Tho Widow Wagg had .lost her third  In a poker dive. George .Tones, D. D.,  delivered tho funeral address, and an  eloquent and moving address It was,  but George, in his inaccurate way,  hadn't made suro whether it was her  third or her fourth that the widow  Wagg was burying.  "Hence bo spoiled a grand oration  with th'ese concluding words:  "'And now we commend to the divine mercy this widowed handmaid  who hath been bereaved ngain and  again and again'���������  "George hesitated, frowned, and added, 'And perhaps again.'" ���������Human  Life. .   ���������  points  -   for  Mothers  In the Nursery.  Fresh ripe fruit without sugar Is  very wholesome, especially If eaten in  tho early part of tlio day. So much  sugar,Is often added to stewed fruit  as to mnko ll undcslrahlo for some  children, especially thoso subject to  skin trouble.  To mnko an attractive screen fot- the  nursery get u light bamboo screen ma  old ouo will do) nud remove the silko-  line with which these are usually  covered. Substitute dark red or green  cambric and corcr It with colored pictures, pnstcd on so that each panel Is  given over to one kind, such as flowers, animals, children, etc. The screen,  will prove IH value In the early morning hours when the baby will lie and  look at lhe pictures instead of starting an untimely concert  A pretly crib cover tuny be made  from n yard ench of white and pale  blue or pink tlnuucl, On llio colored  tluunel embroider a flower and bow-  knot design, on tbe white n conventional border and a large central monogram. Bind liio two together by  means of wide satin ribbon and put  the bow or rosette In one corner, with  the colored side considered as the lop.  When a child eats or drinks anything lliat Is hot enough lo burn tbo  mouth give, him a teaspoonful of pure  olive oil, telling him lo hold It In liis  mouth us long us possible before  swallowing It.  Didn't Think It'PermUsible.  "I think," said Mra. Oldcnstle, "that  our minister ls golng.too far. Did you  bear bis sermon last Sunday?"  "Yes," replied ber hostess as she  finished sealing a letter to her daughter, tho Duchess of Ratnshead. "IJotli  me and Joslab put In (ifty dollar bills  when tho contribution was taken."  "I don't like 1be hnblt lio has fallen  Into of aniilhematiKlng tho rich."  "Mercy! I hadn't heard about lilm  doln' thnt. I didn't think anybody wan  'allowed to anathematize peoplo unless  they bad appendicitis or sotnelhin'.���������  Chicago Record-Herald.  *t������*j**5*^������*|������'f*i|fr4,-^->J*f������'+**-1J**l* .J*4������.|������-������i������.j.*5nifr������*i.>!i ^..J. tt,  y '     f  r Uncomfortable.                 *  $. No bnohclor likes to bo roasted,   -  V but It Is no more uncomfortable  % than being murrled nnd kept lu  t hot water.���������New York Globe.  ���������J1 *������- -**���������}* -J* *������������������*!* tJ' *\*-\* ***$��������� *t**\* -i**** -15I*I*,5I *%��������� ��������� *��������� **��������� **- *** *.4,.'  '!'  An Early Culprit.  Jumplnn at a Conclusion.  . ".My wire wiys Hint young iiiiui wltb  ,1 I me Ir, ill il i|ii,iu-Ji>," -3,1 ui Air, C'UUl-  ros.  "WhntVn quandary?"  "I dunno cruelly, but J liiive nn Idea  It's  French  for 'debt.'"-Washington  H'^.l''^^*,^,*.^.^*}.^.'^^.},^,,^^^!*  T*k������ ��������� Den, ))  If a niiin U tumble io-govern ,.  hlmselif It Is up to hltn to Invest JJ  In u mnrrlngu licence nntl sublet ',,  lhe Job,-Chicago .loiiriinl. J|  . nesliitle.  "I dreamed iit^t nlgnt tbat 1 had  perfect ed an nlr������lil|������."  "And when you nwokeV"  "I wnii nm uu ihe flwr.'*--Wiib!iit-  ton tteratd.  Nothlno Llks Personality,  Nothing llko personally, If yoi  know how to assert It. Clerks hav<  not forgotten tho donr lady who 'wvott  to linr husband: "1 nm Jinu craxy ovo  the Thousand Wands, How long cni  1 stay?" It was personality, puro am  simple, tbnt won for her iho enthusl  uwilc response, "So glnd you are hnv  lng ti nice Hum! Don't hurry. Slay I  week on each Island,"  ,-iiln'   fc������i,V>ip   iili.->,   bul,   ������,iiil   ilio   uiii  enr-i the clerk euro henrd n!farmer'  wife pay a most generous and lnsplt  lng tribute to pci-Hoiuillly. Cuiicliidlni  n made In disfavor of nn mint, sh  blurted: "I know whnt I'll ito to hnt  1-tl.~H1-vlwll ti.'i-'"-rirrl( nf thf Dn  lu Boslon levelling Transcript.  Teacher-If tho eiirlh \v#ro empty In-  sltlo It would rosemblo���������  Bubolnr-A, razor.  Teacher-A razor'/   Why, Teddy?  Hfiliolar-llecmiHo It would be hollow gi'ouiid.-Now Vork Mnll.  ^'���������������������������������������������������������������*lH(,*4>*'V-*'*^++***'l',t''V  . Worth Knowlno Too. %  Half the world doesn't know A  whero the other half keep* Its ������  family skeletons.-Puck. *}  *��������� ���������<"!"&-l*++4,+'l"I"H"V-V+4-*'V'fr++-!"K-+  Origin el HIqIi Heeled -Shoei,  Miiiu. Pompadour wns n very smnl  woman, but m mnko herself look tal  ���������ho built her Imlr up high nnd 'wore th  flrat pnlr of high brt-U-d t*l> .������������������������' eve  made, Tbe high heels tlmt were Io  v(*u;.-d f.ir her tune been accuse*! o  muuy crimes lo the foot, but physician  now ������eem nproed ltint "broken nrehe*  may bo proilneed by nny sudden "hock  xtieb as jumping from n car. Chlldrei  i'fxn jT-iijir* the ropo t gmt dsnl sotni  (Intel bin* thi* dlsttse Af tba foul.  Mamma Caught Them,  "What ure you crying for, children;"  "We've Just eaten a \M of uuiui*  inn's raspberry Jam."  "Ain     ten   yoine   nu   got  Minium.'  Helios, I suppose"/"  "No, on  llio contrary,"- Fllegeuds  Blatter. -^^  Qhe'd Keep It Dark.  Cerold-lf I were to it Ihu you would  yen tell your motlier/  Geittldlno���������I'm no bureau of pub-'  tielty.-New xvrft Press.  D.cdly Effect.  Teaclicr-Ilow will (hey use i-tlD-Mps  In war, .HmiiiyV  ,fltiir������y-Itidm# the enemy to go ay  fn "cm   titii'iiMi .~Vi,au  One Mother's Experience,  A wise young moiher who seems to  have 'excellent control over her little  oues let fall a few words of wisdom,  at a "mothers' club" recently.  "When my babies are tired at night  and It's time for them, to go to bed,"  she said when another mother asked  her bow she succeeded so well In getting her children lo bed without a  row, "I never-sny 'Get ready for bed  at once nnd put away your playthings  Immediately,' 'for ihat will call forth  tears nnd a protest against tho strict  command, instead I Ray, 'Nearly  timo for bed, so put away your play-  things^ In a few moments.' Jn this ,  lvaylliieyTiave" f iiTf~wiii rn I ngTT* mTUiey  are seldom, unwilling to go when the  dual signal comes. That's my very  simple met bod."  It Is well for young mothers to remember this one mother's way, for It's  the keynote'of tlio real understandltifl  of the child heart. Sympathy ts ii  quality children never fall to under  stiiud and appreciate. Imagine ������  moiher being told by 6ome ono In authority to put down her book without  finishing the one chapter which Is the  most Interesting In Iho whole hook,  Would It not ot least snve a frown of  'impatience to be told to flulsb ths  chapter lirst?  Hetp(ng B.ickvsrd Children,  Many mothers would be perfectly  willing to help their children with  their school work If Ihey only knew  how. "  Tf n child Is slow to rend and spell  It will help to say, "Shut the d-o-o-r."  "Get mo n b-o-o k, please;" "Your  hair Is b-r-o-w-n." "Your eyes nre  b-l-u-p," Then entourage the child to  tell you sotnclhlnjf the snmo wny, even  If It la only "Look at iho c-a-t."...  If there nro some new words to spell  glvo Iho child nn old newspaper and n  pair of scissors and let her cut out  tho lottors nud form tho words who,  been, work, e!e. This will Impress the  .letters on the mind more than repent.*.  Ing them.  ���������To tompt children to rend rouse tbelr  curiosity by puitlng n picture In thu  middle of the Koiiteneu, ns the (rati  went Into n hole.  Tell it rdory nnd spell n word occu-  slonnlly, ns: Once ihere wiih.ii-ileat  lillle (rnbhlfi uud It and loug teurs)  If went for n Utile iwulk) one day In  tbo tllcldi, etc.  Ten Commandinenti For Baby.  Glvo llio bnby Us food al regular  honrs,  Give Iho bnby wuler,  Give the bnliy no medicino miles;  prescribed by the doctor.  Give the bnby n tub bath every dny.  Do not put viiiiucr clollici on (hr  Imby In llio summer Hmu Hum yon  wear yourself.  Keep n window open tilghl nnd day  In Hie baby's room. Cold* conic limn  closed windows, not from open uncx  If ihe Imby does not gain wuhjlu  see the doctor,   BomeWiltig U wrnii;<,  Do nut rock tl.e Imby to sleep,    I'm  i It down nnd let It cry llwlf lo Nli'ei*  lloll till milk before giving ll to Mm-  imliy.  if you en unfit imploy n duiict uppi;  to lhe uesuesl piUcc Mntloil.  T*������f.|iln*i Chtutlru  "My Utile bey Iih nlwnys been very  chivalrous In hU .ttil'iule toward uie,'  Kfild ii mother reci-rilly.  "Thi* iralt I  mnlie use nf now \������in'������ lie conies from  * I).ml miylng, ii* nuni Hiiinll ho,v������ do  it eiiii time nt n imt her, i dnti'l  lll;������  lliu t>?r...ticr,'    [  iall;  about  tlm tnr;:>  number ut IIItte boys the leu- ii������-r ttici  Milder ner ^liargir, Iiott tired ������ln- it������i:*-������*  ������et,   Iiimv    much   dh������>   nrei!������   ili.ing  j nmiity lillle boy* to help brr. uml uij  j ������uti decide* Ml once Unit lied tike io  j oe n brave, niriiyi: twttiiu to pi--u-ct  1 ilo- te:n'li#r    fl������ aiwayi g������-<#r- nai'W lit  1 a Helpful fiatDt- ot CBliid." ,m.m *J^AWM**^���������,,A*wn>JI*^������������  - **,MeA^-W.^������.l������!lJWIBN^J������������-Wtf  f^Hpcpa-f;  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA  tt  At-jte-ist-mcs  ���������"���������"���������^mfrriBm  e  H  D  THE FURNITURE STORE  ���������   - .ti "   '        '   ' '-���������-  XMAS GIFTS X   AS GIFTS  What gift could you imagine wore sensible, or  more to be appreciated than a nice piece of Furniture. Tliere is always something appropriate to  give, aud it is an ever coustant reminder of the  giver.    Our���������  Ohinn Cal'inetsrange fiom ...$18 to 836  rrossore and Btaads from  .$15 to $50  Rockers from ......$ 1   to $8.60  Extension Tabes tr.ra... ..,..$10to $25  Couches f.om , ,,, .$0   to $80    *  Sideboard* from  ,$a0 to $50  Dolls, Toys,   Etc.,   Etc., on show next week.  WATCH   FOR THE  BIG SIGN  A. MoKINNON McPhee Hlock, Cumberland  30  D  XI  *-a\  I  I  xo  N.  HIRAMO,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  tail.or made   suits  FUOM   520.00   TO $35,00,  Cleaning   and Pressing  DONE AT  Reasonable Prices.  Phone 52  Cumberland S. C  Tommy's Bicycle Shop  Jl. flakanishi, Prop.  MM  HOW WILL YOU VOTE?  This week every voter will be  called upon to assume his part  in the direction of the public  affairs of the town for another  year, Remember that your vote  is not merely a inatter of favor or  friendship discharged on election  day, but it is to bear fruit for  good,or ill to the whole commit-  uitv throughout'the'Year. It is  not a sufficient qitalificatietr for  a candidate for public office "in  which the moral welfare ot- our  citizens is concerned, that he be  genial and friendly, a jolly good  fellow, or even a close personal  friend. Even unimpeachable  purity! of personal life, indispensable as that i.s, lhust be coupled  wiih a clear vision of duty and  a strength of conviction that will  stand as a bulwark in the maintenance of law and decency  against the ever aggressive forces  of evil which will run riot in any  community where it is not  strongly repressed l>y t.:e moral  vantage.   Select your candidates,  not for friendship or favor, but in  the fear of God and for^the high  est service they will render   the  community,   and then   support  them in the  campaign wjth the  high enthusiasm of a mission to  your fellows, untouched by any  selfish motive.   Such a spirit will  raise politics, either locafor general, out of the slime,  and en  noble it with the grace of Christ  ian service.   With this spirit you  will vote   right���������From   Grace  Methodist Church Calendar."  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener l>re.wing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors. **  t  SECOND   STREET  ���������M������M"M"H:i"i"H"W"l' v  ���������GENERAL'REPAIRING OF���������  icycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc., Etc.  Plumbing Done.  Boston, Jan. -6.���������Rev. Riche-  son, former pastor of the Im-  manuel     Baptist     Church    of  Cambridge, confessed to the  poisoning of his former sweetheart, Avis Liunell, ...",*���������  MBMiPi������IBHIi������!ii������I^^  Xmas Presents  raattm  mmsmm  st rengllv of our appointed guard  ians and administrators.  We cannot afford to be indiffer  ent to the moral aspects of the  issue. Any loosening ol the leash  of the law which alone holds iu  check the hell-hounds of iinmor  ality and vice is a menace to the  sanctity of our homes and the  welfare of our best citizens, our  young men, which may bear  bitter fruits of dissoluteness and  the disappointment of fond hopes  long after we shall have forgotten  theoccitsion. Do not shirk your  responsibility. Take your part in  the campaign. The indifference  and aloofness of men of the highest seniiments because of unpleas  A quiet wedding took place at  the Methodist parsonage, Tuesday evening when Mr. G, H~  Hawse, of McLeod's store, and  Miss Bessie Harm, recently from  Weslevville.     Newfound 1 a nd.  were united in the happy bonds  of wedlock The News extends  to the young couple lhe heartiest  of good wishes for a happy life.  receiving n .very  Owing to not  interesting connnunicatioii, from  our ''Courtenay. coh;esp'omlmit until noon on WBidiiosd^y', our day  of issue, we are .unable topnblish  it in full this iRSsiie, but will continue it next week. The entire  communication is too interesting  to curtail. Wo trust tlmt this  will be in a measure fiiithfactory  to our Comox and Coiirteniiy read-  ors, as it is tho best wc can do nn-  dor the circumstances.  A Stqck of over  to Select From  Xmas Presents  $4,000  INGS, DIAMONDS,  ��������� 1  WATCHES, FOBS, PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVER-  WARE,'. LOCKETS, BR :OCHES.  BERT  ASTON  THE^EWELBOX  Dunsmuir Avk���������  Next to Taubki.i./s Stork.  STORMY MEETING  OF CONSERVATIVES  IN COURTENAY  Miss M. A. Johnson,  sister of  , Mrs. O.T. Smithe,  of Duncan,  ant clamor nud dust of the contest js tj10 now teacher at Minto school  has  handed over many a cam-'  paign to the less scrupulous who  are never slow to see  their ad-  A. Buggo, of the Hwlon  Ray  Insurance Company, is in town.  3 ,  *yit  WHO I AM?  JAM CREATED to sweeten, elevate and  enrich life.  My voice reflects harminy---heaven.  My virtues are supreme because I give all  and take nothing.  My years of usefulness are unlimited.  My strength holds the tension of forty thou  sand pounds.  My frame is built Trom selected monarchs ot  mountain forest,  My tones vibrate ou German-made steel wire.  My fingering tips nn,* carved   from   Mtsks  grown in tropical jungles,  My action embodies the best result of human  effort to ob*-Mil qtwifjth nnd reinnnsive-  My coat is made of hard wood���������mahogany,  beryl aud Circassian walnut.  No home i.s complete without that for which  I tun created��������� Minic.  I   AM THE  PIANO  The GEO. A. PIETCHER Music Co., Nanaimo, B.C.  T. E. BATE,  \geut for Cumberland, HC  The meeting of the Conserva  tive Associaiion on Monday ev.  euing iu the Agricultural Hall,  it is safe to say will be the main  topic.of conversation in Court  euay for some time. And the  old saying that the best laid  plans are wont to .gang astray,  was never better exemplified if  rumour is correct, than qn the  same evening, when in a body  almost half of the meeting,, composed principally of citizens  from the upper side of the bridge  were practically forced to leave  the hall. Personal vituperation,  principally of Mr Bates, was in  evidence from the beginning,  The former president of the As  sedation, Mr, Byron Crawford,  being delayed, Mr Calhoun called  the meeting to order. The minutes of tlie last annual meeting  having been read a motion wits  mado tliat the pfllccrs of the Association be elected for the present year���������nud here the fun began, over the delicate poiut a.s to  whether people who had not  joined the Association were en-  titled to a vote at the present  meeting. Mr O.H. Eechuerwns  of opinion that before the officers  of the year were elected, individuals wishing to'join the Association be given an opportunity to  doso. But this-was vigorously  opposed by members of.the Association, who upheld the view.  thiU as the present "meeting was  tho annual im������eiin<r nnd advertised as such, anyone wishing to  join in time to have a vote at the  annual meeting had been given  11 njilo timo to do to, nml tint tlio/ nhouid  lnvo dono ho luul thoy wialiml to lmvo 0  rouoftniMtM) HiriiKiiiig ut tin* uiconntf: but  tint uow, until (ji von an fpporiunUy to  I ny Uuir pubierliiti.ni tx* tlio o'o.o of tlm  meoMi 1,', tlioy wi uld lnvo to t-uki tliu win.e  nitii������B au oiflual ouuirtors who o( cortro-  pi pi oled t������ liav������ ���������"������ wi-luht In tlio it IT iim if  nn iiHH(*oiHt<on tniViinU which itmj \\ nf nut  uim tii iitnit. Kihh -nnble tnouijli, don't  you Uiiu'.. 1 uml yul lU'- i-tunu u! in'otuiit  tliat, nrouo"������tm������������������t *i������<'k ������l������o roof of the  ltuililtnu. Wh>* Hoouma the nround wnn  cut rialu from in iter "lie fut ������f ��������� ci'i(iiu<  prt*������i t, wlio, rirnnnr bun j������, wir<������ itulitnv  10 run llm iiiftolilig. t-li'L-t tlu- olllonrn, tmu  N������ct'Ih t������ii8iim������. it'id pit titm*. 1* <��������������� oh  Uu luck fo- tlu- r tucco-pftif nw rutinii of  *Tpinin������n> II II" ������������rt c< in  -tWUmny.  ~liii1 Ut'vuuTiiiUtd m "t. r m*xt u nut,   .  Dried Brewers' Grain  ' Clean, bright and wholsome,  low in waier and carbohydrates,  ljut containing nearlv double the  IT. a  amount of fat and ptoteiu, pound  for pound, than the ordinary feed  stuffs in local use, it  Meets all the Requirements  of a Profitable Dairy Feed  and compared in price with what  .is asked lor other feed stuffs, is  triple protein value for your  money. lis superiority lies in  -the fact tliat feeding it increases  both the total digestible matter  and the '.amount of fat and protein in the daily ration  And Saves you 40 to 50% on Feed  ��������� You should not be without it,  .Malted grains, fresh and sweet  from the brew kettle, tltsed in a  continuous vacuum process by  Royal Stock Food Company, Ltd.,  Dryers of nnd Dealers iu Pood  ,...., Products,  . .Scotia and Kkont .Stukj-xs,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  CUMBERLAND   CAFE-   JACK & RICHARDS  r  ropniHoiB,  MOVING ?  *������* - ' ' ���������  * Pianos ani>  1'UKN-ITUKK j  ���������*" -, i ,  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  11  TRANSFER  R.  HORN AT, PHONE 5 7  Windermere Ave.  OKDKKS TAKKN  FOR NUT  COAL  NOTICK  TIh* nimiiiil niH-tiiipfof the Co-  mox Cre3imo-y Association Ltd,,  will bu held in the Agricultural  Hall, Courtenay, on Thumby,  Jniiimry 181H. 1������13 ������t ������ p.m.  Wm. Din'.an,  Secceliii'V.  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 aud Hest patronise���������  K. ABE & Co.  No. 5 Japanksk Town,        ������  Fine Groceries, Dry Goods,  Candy, Fruits, Etc., Etc.  11"4" .*.-.*,.-     ^ it; i -  j,' ���������" - '������������������������ .,  Cl    I have 3 fine Baths, complete, Svhite enam-  ,  elle.d ware, good quality, cost ������45.00 each,  Now $35.00 each  MWOIUUMIM  Capital $6,200,000. Koserve $7,300,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER   THE    WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to .SAYINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at highest Current Ru'.e-s allowed on Uf p-onils of -It and upwards.  CUMBERLAND, B, C., BrnncJti, Open Daily,  UNION WHAKP. B. C,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays  D. M.MORRISON, Mannger.  COURTENAY,   B.C,    Branch,    Open Daily.  WM. HOFF, Manager.  itwitiHHHfflMnnBduwin^^  P. Phillipps Harrison  V d  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  f i  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CU   BERLAND,  M. BOJiO^fl:  *cmm  UlhoUsBle Dealer in WINES, LtlQUOR & BEE$  P. 0. BOX 483  PHONE 29,...  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spring in; the history of Comox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to the supply. Nothing pays belter than  poultry, if they are rightly managed. Begin  with the little fellows and feed them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of bone meal, wheat,  oats, com and othor grain, cut and blended "in  the right proportion to make them thrive and  grow,    For sale-by       <  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.  JJKAI.KU IN KI.OUU AND KEICI).  li  Ten Miles/or a Cent  From oni-lenlh to one.fifih emli pet  mile eov��������������� lhe cott ol epctttkg ���������  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  MOTORCYCLE  Tlt*IIUntOr������yr������ll*w      i;  Th!������ tnaehlna ii alwayi ready (or ���������  huny*unirip or ��������� plouuro run. Will do  Ino ro������d work ol 3 borui. Nu cipenu  -when idle. 'We would like to tell you  moro about the greatea eporl is the  world.   Come ia aad i������e ui.  THOS.* PUMLFV,  Ocalcrs      Victoria. B.C.  li  n  1  ���������  1  '���������If you get i' at I'limley.s it's am. uioht."  P 8 -Wo DoRwpoirtnpr  mtttamaam  T  E  j

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