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 J*  ������������������/   *���������  ������������������ worar  ��������� v-   '���������> 4 -  /  ii  w  '<-//..  A (Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  ������-*- v .. ^y* \  *������**t  The News, 'Eighteenth- Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY, AUG. *6, 1910  Subscription ������1.00 a Y?:ar  un**  THE BIG STORE  FOR  Furniture  Mixed  Paints  Beds and Bedding,  In AH Summer Goods  r,,r*  We  will   not   carry  anytliin<> over for next  seasor.-r-revcry-  thing MUST GO.   We cannot name evc-tything.    Call  audi  see values 1 '  SSIOE3S  New shipments' in men's, women's & Children's  FROM THE LEADING MAKERS   Reduced-~price-on--ever*r^triHnn:be~sro*^fi5r~PaXD7ry'  '    SATISFACTION' & FIT   GUARANTEED.  . GROCERIES  tt "We endeavor to -keep nothing but, bright clean stock.       Try a  jar  of our Libby's Sliced Bacon, abeady sliced and packed  in  glass jars. No waste, no flies, splendid for campers     .    .    .  GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.  am^fov^afifftiimmm+mtm* >-iv'l-*'*a4*-*-������**l*''4  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  ^^���������a-^Jt**-*^  'J*r*r*W**K������W**������-H-H**!������H  STOVES  RANGES .vm%^  *l~H*rl~H"W*+,-t*W**W������W**    <<p\  TRY  THE  ���������O  MAROCCHI BRO ,  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E.. Bate, Cumberland.  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for i'ilseiier Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET j  ���������*V*'-'i>-***-wi#^*^^  Picture Show This.Week.  I.oiMldii,    Atlg,    Iii,     Florence  ^Nightingale,  tilt!  I'lUII'MIS  Illll'Stt    III'  tho Crimean war. ami tlio only  woman who over received tho Or-  tlor of Mtrit, dloil nn Sutnrdity afternoon ut hor Loudon homo. Al  though she hud lit'i-n un invalid  for n lung timo, rarely leaving hor  room, hur (loath wns ���������.onmwhiit  nnospt'ott'd, A wi.-i.-U ago sho wan  qttito Hick, hut thou impi'ovoil. and  thon wan chuorftil, During that  iiigh!; alarming wyniptoma ilovt*|������*p.  ed. uud hIio gradually uank* until  jj tiVlotilc iSiitiirthty HJ'toriiooi', wiion  Ill'Ollglll  A special figure in the City  Hull for Friday and Saturday  will be "Tmn.sfuHiou,' this is a  stirring story of a brawny black*  smith's noble sacrifice to save 1 lie  life of the uivl he loves, Tho  feature is n scientifically correct  senile in which an artery in his  nrm ia cut nud through u tube  his blood flows totho rescue of his  loved oue. Another ureal feat*  ure for the week owl in moving  plenties will ho "Hunting I .cop.  aui.-i in Abyssinia,"   and several  mi itttivd' of heart fnilnr*  tlm end,    Ilt'i* I'liiit-i'iil  will l*t* iih Iyood comedies  quiet a*** pi.-hiblo, this boinjf burl -,  ,   I       All  tilt* KcllftlilK of tin*    ���������)!���������',���������������I't.**'  , ^ j will ro open nn Monday,   Auyiisl.  John McNovin lim* sold hinlaihli, nt ���������> u. m. Tin- IMtieatiou.  property, known it,* the I.itil*. ty jal Department, Iihh eiiliiigetl thill 0111*0, to .loi.eph Walker. Mr. iM-ojMMif tliciffi*.'/. t,..-i 1, ' '..,���������,,;,  ���������it*ti .Mrs. McNevin will Inino J'm-  Vitnoouvor on .Wednesday,  -.there  Citizens Interview tt  Manager Stewart.  Tho com in it toes appointei  by  tho City   Couticil, Development  Loitgno and Citizens' Lougno, mot,  Manager Stewart on   Monday' afternoon us arranged by Mayor, McDonald,   Aldci'intu)   McLood, tis  spokoBinan for tho couimittwa, in  tlioiiiii>voi''tiiil*t*onfi0 8tatod thu busi  res.** which  brought  thorn  there,  viz: that tho company would ullo.v  th.. o.itv to extend their limits, tuk-  in^iu from  Fifth street  to  Hist  railway crossing,  and  from First  street to old  I'tjui'i-iition  grounds,  on a line with  roar school fence  nnd Mr. Stewart's rouidtinoo,  also  llliil ihe Company hllilil il Hilliiiii'r  of houses, thu hiiuio to I'eiiiiiin untaxed until such time us thoy were  sold.    Air, Wiowitrt in reply siid,;  that la* personally wus very fa vol'-;  ubly impressed with the scIh-iiic,  as ho recognized the   noooKsity of  niorodwolliiigs, whioh woultl bring  men* iitmilioi* into thu town, und  hu   thought   that   iho Couipany  might be. induced to grunt the ro-  tptoHt, im fur ur tho laiol from Fifth  si root to crossing was oonoornod,  hut 1 hut ho ditl   not   iliinl-*  I hey  would allow tho  hinil  in   rear  of  school'to In* tuk un  into tho oity  limit***, un the eoiiipany may  noi-tl  ;' ..,, |,,t, jA,.-v.-*  ���������! *."*'(,* "**n.     ,',{i.  /,'..'(.vl.i, 1, .-���������ni i   in.li, IIU    HOlli I    Oil I'���������  mil, tin* proposition to Mr.   C011I  I sun nt tue lii-t   oppoituuity, nml  j Wolitil lie nleu'i"! In do nil   ill   hi.*,  ' Leagu  Organized.  ! THE CORNER (STORE  * ft  >  *>  St  fc*  <*>  ������  ���������^A(V***^^(^*v*yv*v^<^A^  i Be Sn  "fl? -***������***" t���������!���������������**������������������������*������������������������,**������*���������> 11 iiimajiaj    nwn ��������������������������������������������� ai-a-w*-***-*  Al BIW ������������������aTn*aw������IWII������.������IWtari****|pBUMa>BlJKja<aiM>jW,jt^^  1  4)  TO VISIT  OUR  STORE  ON  *  ���������J  ������5  9  4i  IsTBXT.  .J- N._ McLEO-D-  *������  ������  %       DaiiBinnii* Avenue, ���������.'���������'"        '     CUJ-inEKLAND, B. C.        ^  1  *  f������*  v**>.  t  te  ie  $  *���������  *������  <e  9  **  (*  ie  <���������>   .  *  ������*v  ���������**>  dm  ?  <������>  (���������*>  **���������  cj*.  r������*  &  <*>  **���������  %>���������  i*>   *5  1 YOUR NAME IS GOOD.  A fair.11 author of citizens g������itl������.  *D  orotl at tho Council Chumhors on  Wodue8(lny ovotiitif* hiBt for tho  purpose of organizing a Oitizons'  liOiiglio.  Mr. .ruiniiis Uoid was nppointod  ohnirnmn uf tho moo'ing, and Air.  T, Cai'twi'ight>otti'olnriv.  The Chiiirman oxpliu'nod, that  tlio object of rho mooting was to  foi'iu a loagut* to assist in  tho do  volopmont of tl.u oity,  Several spolu* of iht* lionefits th*.  rivtiil from eitizuns It'innn*^ in olli-  or towns.    Jr, wus rogularily moo  ! ml and seconded,  tlmi; a  Ciiuein**'  ! ' iJ,'1"-' bo oi'������.rioi:,*ed,  Mini t\ fee of  ! 50o. ho ohiirged f.ii' iiilmiMion.  j    Mo*-.*!'*. Mi'I.t'ii*  j Itoid wore appninitnl to drtil'i   by.  j laws to(.pi'i'si*iii it', tin* nt*.\t,  nic-t.  ' iug.    A eoininiilee  wns   uppoint-  J oil m oiMipcniti*  with   eoiiiinilloni.  I from    tie*    Devolopmoilt    League  j und the (.'oiint-il io   intiti'viow  the  j imiiiiigoiiioiii I'm-   the  purpiMt lt\'  huv.iiig luiii'u lioiist*-', built  in   tho  city, and tlio oMoiifiou  of tlio oily  liiuifs,  @ *w<t*������**i^*v^������wv-**'-*W*y*^*Wf^^  ANYTHING IN  THE  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  fo  1?)  <?>  th  1-)  ������">  S  01  ft  t*a*>,  S)  ���������5)  I  (a)  (ft  (���������*>  ������?'  f.l  !a)>')9^'aXv)i''>''*i"������r.������/a)I>y/l'Xa\,ai^  I'rt-Mik'iii Shaw, ul'   tin*    I level  npillt'lit I.elljjue. assured   tilt*   t'it-  I,  Thoinsiu; nml 1 j/,,,**,* of the hem ly iiipport. of that,  u-gitiiizition.  Cupt, Kughinil of tho  tug  Va  JBntM... .  VPW  (A  (R������  %  00  ci>  <���������>  P  (*���������  %  8  P  ia)  iii'iyim, i'Vi.nee,   Aug.   lu- -Ait  joxeiir-ion   lr;iin   fi-iiti)     liui'dt u:tN'  ]wilh l'.iiil) pitr-M-ngors nn.I I'loiiiieg  nt /i.^pffl of tifty' miles  nn   hour,  cru-jln���������<I iutfi 11 freight trnin ������������ San.  jou   yohti'i'iiny,    Thirty'two pt*i*-  ������^a**������%������at>fa^*������*<^^������������>>\a*������*������������^^  STODDART  THE JEWEIXER.  gjST Next ,'loor to tlto Itoyal Hunk of Canada, Cumberland.  oi'i'i,   bi'ntlii'i''in-law of  Mr.   W  Willard, with in  town  la-i   wt*eli.  Tho OHptiiin'd boat was ut   Union,        1,1,1       , ,,w ���������   ���������      ,  ���������      ,'     1   ,,      I,*        1,.     , fom* Wi'fo K, h-d nn,*   00 1 tttt,!���������,.,  Hay, bound   lur   rniico   Liiport -*  with two wows Indon with Inuibor  tiii'l ciii'h, iniii������ii(* which in u putxfoit-  ger coach for Sir   Wilfrud   Lmir  ior'B itho whon ho roiiulii'M Prince  Rupert.  Alatiy of 1 hi* viotims wtti'o M'hool  girl*. S**\oitt! of tho pHMfUpot*  car-* wciv. t'jiti *(i *j.iinfei't*. A  tnispliic***! t-wjtnli wttn tho t-iiii-*t* of  the fieei'Iel.t.  3R3H-ft**i  MHN'S HATS  i.,\ i .*>  tllt'V will (���������olIilnetaiDOinii'g lioiice.  ���������\Vo rtgi'ot tho dopi.i'iiii*.* ol" Mr,  urn I .Mrs. Mo.N'oviti, mid wit.li thorn  tvoi y ui'ivos in llivir new vmiituv,  Hov. I), Alct-Jilljvrny  left  lust  week on a buliM-cy trip   to K.iv.-I.  **fi*k������*, mm*I will '**������ the g'i**t *������i' IJev,  K. *L Melntyiv, a fonmr Aiotlio  ���������Ji������* jmiior Ju-ju  and  an-   going   to  Hiipply   ilfth  readers, latin graninini'ri nml draw J pi.wm, Hpoi-it a goo.  juWi'i' to a .fift llm   eiiy   in   the  mutter.    Mr. t'liitton,  who \v>\*  word   foi'  ing hook,*, lo tlm pupils of the pd  liiuiiuii'veoiij'ni* in rlii* Ilitrh Slim;  0  V. H. ci .nr?..--, .,r f'*i ,.-,���������, |M,  puivliHsoiJ Ijn^h .Niitoludl's l.l.ud;.  Mttilhiiig i-ii-ii',,-., jfj* wilh-in'.-  t'V 11 i������iiK������l; nf nuw ,*.ti*i*tiii:������> ii, ,.,,m.  nccilmt   *������*|t|i     hi.  hhtebinit iii������ir  Cuuibet'l md. its* ho iilwny-* t|������M*f,,  The oiniiuiitti'os   aftor  thankiioj  Mi. ,������lrWi,il   till' hi-* I'ttlH'teOIlN   llllll|i.  "M-*:.'!"^ !���������"'��������� D'i'.l.     niu        I  Mi. ,li*.111 linii'ii'ilimn, our oliiiiu  (������������������������������������* ���������-"'"i iituiiei', will    loiivo on 11  ln'.iJuy iiip   lo   \ iiiioon\i*r   nml  ''its'iec..- .;*.[,���������, a p,t,i,;,i,ti uini ffpmi-t ,S"u*i,l e-n*-**, #���������������* \Vt\l'u-.i*���������l,������y iikh  ing dopri iiu*ii t. 'uie,  ALT, t)V\{ Mf'V'S IMM.T. ST." A".' a c.,.^:'.���������'...  at HALF PRICE, SATURDAY  Men's Soft I'VIt Hats in Uluck ami Navy (itet-n nml Li^ht Blue  R'Kttlnr J.j,ih), SATURDAY $1,75  Men's CaiKM.*-.  Ilatu, Reirulnr ;*:*���������. !" 5'  Mt-uN Sttuw Hats,  n  ,nn,  '������������������   CATURDVi'   35C.  (��������� ATUP*J/,V     * CO  Men's Clothing Ail REbUCED FOR SATURDAY.  It 7s to !*'���������  II  1  1  !������  CAMPBELL  BROS*  DunsmuiV Avenae CumbeHoncl t^{?  **>T**-'ltL'"'* *'      " *k    '"OL^ ��������������� -M^ .������.������m     ~���������v  -.j,.,.   m.      ,.       i^_a^���������  _     .���������������������������! armr      - ���������������, Hi   , i - -    -     ,..     -   ������������������ -  I THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  * His *  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN,  ���������f "TiUtat A Keikik������i\ila NaM."  Cmpmrt&t, WW, bg ������eC*ftaVa. J-Mlft-awftCb.  (Continued.)  "A fine lawyer I'd make.'" lie sneered at himself.  Then," she continued, "granting, for  the sake of argument, that I believe!  this paper," tapping lt with her tiu-  ger, "I would at least have to try to  civilize her somewhat before I turned  over to her the control of her money.  It would Ik? an actual wrong to her to  give It to her before she was somewhat prepared to use it rationally and  decently."  "I think so."  "How would you suggest from yonr  knowledge of her that I go about it?"  ���������She put tbe question tentatively.  "You might travel with ber. There's  Europe, you know. Art galleries and  cathedrals are very civilizing. So considered, I believe."  "1 can't understand, Peter Finross.  bow you can jest about a thing which  yon must see touches me to the t|uiefc  ���������Id my most vulnerable spot, my family pride."  "But you know I always did think  you pampered that vulnerable spot  And pampered things get spoiled. A  little exposure of the spot won't hurt  lt"  "The girl Is of age. She might not  consent to,, my patronage. She might  want to take things iuto her own  hands at once. Can't you," she urged,  "give me some idea of what she is  liker  "I prefer to leave your mind unprejudiced to judge for yourself."  "She must be dreadful!"  "I don't see that that follows."  ^_^EIse__you'd    reassure    me.     You  wouldn't Tet me siifferTucn~dri>?ad "ffs~l"  ���������ball suffer from now until I know the  worst."  "Clothes make a lot of difference,  you know," he said consolingly, "At  least I know women tbiuk so. Dress  her up.   That will help."  She ignored his flippancy. "How do  you think she will take it���������the news  that she's nn heiress?"  'Then you acknowledge her claims?"  he quickly asked.  "Sbe 'claims' the money, of course?"  "She knows nothing of It. I have  not even told her ber name."  "Why have you not?"  "1 thought It best to find out first  Whether you would credit my story.  It would have been cruel to raise her  hopes of being nn heiress only to disappoint tbem In case you are unwilling  to make over to hor lier father's fortune."  "Unwilling? Is It n question of my  being willing or unwilling?" she asked  with n touch of bitterness.  "I must telJ you that however sure  you and 1 might feel of hor Ideality.  the legnl proof Is loo weak to establish  ���������any clitlms"-  Bhc looked nt lilm keenly. "Well?  Want nre you driving tit?"  "No one can force you to part with  a dollar of this money,"  "Indeed!"  "Thut Is my conviction."  "It Ih very Interesting," she Bald,  ���������bragging her alinnliloi's.  Ho looked nt her dubiously.  "I tliluk I aeo your point," she add*  to.  "I believe I've lost It myftolf," he  declared. "Just whnt Is It. anyway?  Help me out." j  "Vou nre doing mo the honor to be- I  lleve me capable of withholding my j  ���������niece's fortune! of being unwilling to j  intake restitution to ht������'."  "I am pn-Htipposliig nothing, Mis*  Wolcott." lie luiHtlly nllirmod-not  tjiilte candidly,  "I do not deny that your newt* In  bitter to mo. But. Dr, Kinross, tlio  ���������prospect of losing tin- money Is tho  least part of the bitterness."  "lit the discovery of it niece so groat  ��������� calamity r  "I suppose I nin't r-xpivt ynti to  'appreciate my fooling?" nhont the way  my brother'*! child hns Iwon reared,"  aha Mid with a dignified melancholy.  "I think 1 do appreciate thmu, mis*  Wolcott."  "Not uo much, Peter, art you think  fou appreciate ray low* of money."  "t merely pointed out to you tbnt  there could be no legal compulsion In  tbe cane."  "^o^.'.;'|,,'���������l'*���������*), Ttnw'C vnn fhtnU vnti  *���������������* arrange  o*pitm������lon������V    Ynu  suld  nnd ignorant of life���������so much so that  she will probably not realize at all  what it means In a worldly way tt*  come into great wealth. So If you  manage her wisely you may save her  from having her head turned."  Miss Wolcott sighed heavily. "It  seems to me 1 bave a herculean task  on my hands."  "1 suppose," said Kinross gravely. I  "I havo seemed heartless tn my way  of bringing you this unwelcome news  Hut. believe me, 1 do most sincerely  feel tiie disaster that tt is lo you���������nor,"  he quickly added. "In the discovery of  your niece, but iu the loss to you of  wealth which you have enjoyed so  long that 1 don't see how yon are go  lug to get on without it."  "I managed to worry through thirty  years of my life without It, so I suppose 1 can do it again," she curtly dismissed that phase of the matter.  A, victoria containing two ladles had  driven In nt the gateway and was  coming up the drive. Kinross rose and  took up his hat from a table close by  "We will arrange details tomorrow  mortiingV" she asked as he held out  bis hand. "I shall have the girl come  to me as soon as possible." she announced stoically.  "I wish I were a mediaeval knight:  I wnnt to bend the knee to you and  kiss your band!"  "Your enthusiasm at finding me honest is positively insulting, Peter Kinross!" ,-,  "Miss Wolcott. I believe in my heart  that you will not be ashamed of the  girl.   I believe you will love ber."  "Indeed! But what you believe  could have no weight with me. you  know, your standards are so impossibly absurd!"  With this exchange of civilities  they cordially shook hands and Kinross took his leave.  ana answered earnestly.  "There are some young womeu," answered Eunice, "to whom It would appear a pale drab. And some men  wouldn't wish it to their 'meanest enemy.'"  Georglana regarded her with a puzzled surprise. "What makes you think  so, Eunice?"        , .    "  "So I have been told."  "There is no nobler work." Georglana Insisted, with enthusiasm.  "Excuse me," objected Daisy. "I'd  rather take in stairs to scrub. If you  waut to. know what I'm going tea do,  Eunice, now that my education is finished"���������  "Flntshcd?" questioned Oeorglnna,  with gentle Irony.  "Anything more tbafs done for It.  Georglana, will have to be a pusslve  process. I refuse to co-operate. I've  monkeyed with myself long enough  trying to 'develop* my 'latent possibilities.' Anything further In that line  has got to be accomplished through a  process of absorption by means of my  contact with you and uncle. Meantime I'm going to sft In the market,  Eunice���������the matrimonial market, of  course. I'm down to tbe highest bidder."  "Daisy." Georglana pleaded with her,  "If contact with me has given you no  higher ideal than that"-  "Oh. it's easy for yon to talk. Geor-  gie!" Daisy retorted plaintively. "Your  market is made."  "What do you mean. Daisy?"  "You're as good as engaged already  to Dr. Kinross."  (To be Continued.)  OR. CURRIE CHOSEN.  Perth Clergyman   Is New Moderator  jf Montreal and Ottawa Synod.  The Presbyterian Synod of Montreal and Ottawa, which met recently  at Cornwall, elected Rev. Dougald  Currie, D.D., ot Perth.the new moder-  ator of the Synod.    He was born in  Globular Lightning.  Professor Rlihu Thomson saya ot  the rare phenomenon of globular lightning, the reality of which has frequently beeu called Into question, tbat  after having beet- for a long time In  doubt about it his doubts bare disappeared. Tbe nearest be bas ever come  to observing a ���������lightning ball" was  the hearing of Its explosion. The ball  Itself was seen by a friend who happened to be looking tn the right direction wheu Professor Thomson himself  was looking another way. No rational  hypothesis, be says, exists to explain  such a phenomenon, as there la nothing In the laboratory which closely resembles It. From descriptions the  balls appear to vary from one Inch to  oue foot in diameter. When they disappear there ts usually nn explosion,  'generally- with slight damage. Some  have been described as entering buildings aud going out of a door or window.��������� Youth's Companion.  ASTONISHED THE QUEEN.  1  CHAPTER XXII.  N   the   uncontrollable   restlessnes.  that   possessed   her   during   the  dragging days while she waited  for  Dr.   Kinross'   return,   Eunice  became so doplig (awkward) that she  proved a sore irritant to her already  outraged foster mother.  "Can't you watch what you're about  ~onj*e,t2Il_gflHid_^be_ demanded of ber  a dozen times aday when, in ber dlF"  fraught state, she would spill, break,  burn or otherwise destroy. "What's  got into you these couple of days back?  You don't do nothln' right! What do'  you think pop'll say at your leavin' nil  them pie git spoilt? I ast you did you  take 'em to the spring house and you  sayed yes, you did. and then here this  morning there they stood standing  ���������In this here hot kitchen all night  yet!   TopMl jaw somepln turrible!"  It was In the occasional brief respite  from toil in the evening hour. Just before bedtime, tbat her unrest became  feverish, maddening; nnd one night It  governed ber to the point of driving  her to sock at least a moment's diversion from her unbearable heart hunger  In au unprecedented net Ou her return from the spring house, where she j  had gone to finish her Inst bit of the  dny's drudgery, she deliberately snt  down with the two young ladles on the  porch steps.  Miss Ellery hnd become nn object of  engrossing Interest to Eunice sluce Ur  Kinross hnd told her that he "loved  Georgia tin." Georglutin herself had In  Iho past few days observed the scrutiny she underwent whenever she wiu>  In Eunice's presence. The girl seemed to watch every movement she tiiitde.  to bang upon every word she uttered,  in n way which secretly grutlllod (Jeor-  glnnn's love of ascendency.  "Wbat'B the matter, Eunice?" asked  Daisy In surprise nnd curiosity ns Eu-  ulco joined tbem, for the farm girl  had seemed during nil their stay at  tho farm to shrink from any Intercourse with them. "Huvo you uud  Abo had n scrap'/"  "A t?crn[i of what?"  Dnlsy squealed. "You know, En-  nice, tho course of truo lovo never runs  smooth, ho, to bo sure, you nud Abe  uniHt expect to have rows now ami  then. Ih It In Hhnkoapenre, Georgluun,  or tho Bible? But never mind, No  doubt Eunice knows. I can't account j  for your favoring ua with your society, |  Eunice, unions you've been fightingi  with Abo nud are wanting to Ik- h.viii- {  pnthlMHl with, I'm sorry to say I j  can't oblige yon. I couldn't possibly j  sympathise with a girl who would or i  roil Id take nn Intercut In Ahe, n brnto !  who thinks a woman'* a pack horse, j  f)h, tbnt kind of ��������� man! How I'd love i  to fttatxl on my hind lega nnd Jump at j  htm!    Kunlce,"  sbe  mid   earnestly, j  "you're too nice a girl for Abe. Choue  it off.  You don't need to throw yonr-1  ���������elf away on a chump like Abo-a girl  like you." !  Eunice, gattlng fixedly at Oeorgluna. I  tntide no comment upon Dalay'a advice !  ������������u,.;������]   *uu  vljtt.1 If !   iV'!:-*1*! ,"'"'   " '  you believed thi* girl to be my ,������������������<*.. '>"^t���������v'   'h*   "������������������������"���������'"���������   ���������"���������������������������<������������������*   **'  ' , I Georglana.  Cane Chair Seata.  To clean and tighten cane erinlr spats  turn the chair upside down nnd with  hot water B|K>tijie the t-ntie work till It  Is thoroughly soaked. If ihe cane he  dlrtr use a little soap. Let dry In the  air or before a fire, and It the cane be  merely stretched, not woru, it will  then be as good as new.  REV. DOUGALD CURRIE, D.D,  Elgin County, Ontario, and before entering the ministry was a member of  the teaching profession of Ontario,  having taught successfully for some  six years in the public and high  schools of the province. He graduated in arts from McGill University and  in theology from the Presbyterian Col-  lege, Montreal. For the past sixteen  years he has been pastor of Knox  Church, Perth, and he was formerly  located at Three Rivers, Quebec, and  Glencoe, Ont. He served for some 17  years on the Foreign Mission Committee of the Presbyterian .'Church and is  one of the best known and most highly esteemed Presbyterian divines oi  eastern Ontario.  A Study In Stock Pricea.  A Wall street broker had occasion a  few days ago to take from a sate deposit vault a family document which  was wrapped In a piece of a New torn  paper of Nov ������������������*������. 18**0. The fragment  contained tbe report of the stock values for tbat day. which the brok������r cut  out. pasted on a board and placed over  the ticker lit bis office, writing under  the prluted matter, "See wjutt a few  years hare dime for, stocks." Aiitoug  the quotations were Canadian I'aclhe.  74; Chesapeake and Ohio. IN: Chicago,  Burlington and Qitlncy, hti: CouM-iiidat-  ed Gas. J17M.: Missouri I'aciiii*. ti'c .National Lead Trust, tt',%; Northern Pacific. Tl^y. Southern l'acitic. *������SUj, and  Uuiou Piieiiic. 5u%.-New York Tribune,  Foraata of Quebec.  Quebec's forest lands corer ao area  of over a hundred million acres.  >rhey   Knew   The'.r   Bibl-s   But   Not  Their Court Etiquette. ?  Recently two little girls from London came down to spend the day at  Windsor Castle with the little Batten-  bergs. Queen Victoria's grand children, and it so happened that Her  Majc ty paid a visit to the nursery  and foun   them there.  The young visitors were taken a  back; they had not expected to see  the Queen, and had not been instructed how to conduct themselves in the  presence of royalty; but they had  oeen well brought up ai.i knew their  Bibles, and they thought at once of  Daniel before King Darius. They decided that what Daniel had done  must be correct, so the pair threw  themselves on their faces oiV the floor  at her astonished Majesty's feet, and*  cried out with a loud voice:  "Oh, Queen, live forever!"  However, this proved an excellent  introduction, and presently the Queen  and they became great friends. She  took one of them on her knee, and all  three chatted together in the friendliest way.  "And whereabout in London da  you young people live?" asked the  Queen. "  "Oh, said the little girl on her knee,  "we live just opposite W's,''���������naming:  one of the new mammoth stores that  had just been opened ia London.  "But please won't you,tell us where  you live when you go to London?"  said her little friend.        >  The Queen looked thoughtful for a  moment, and then remembered that  in Buckingham Palace road there i������v  also a mommolh store. "Oh," said  she, smiling, "when in London 1 live  opposite Gerringe's."  On an Ostrich Farm.  A writer in a recent number of the  Boy's Own Paper gives an interesting  account of a visit he paid to a South  Australian ostrich farm at Port Augusta. The ostriches, he says, were  chiefiy hatched in incubators. The  eggs take 45 to 60 days. The chicks  are first fed on bread crumbs, bran,  and water. On the fourth day a little  enclosure is made round the incubator, and the young are allowed to take  exercise. They are then fed on grain,  green vegetables, and water. The  dangerous age is from birth to three  months, after which time they generally live. When the ostrich is seven  months old the first crop of feathers  ���������is~ripe.-^tJ2_monJthiJ)5_^gins_Jo_   develop black feathers, and his plum-"  age reaches perfection at. the end of  three years. The hen ostrich lays  from. 12 to 20 eggs, but if these are removed she will continue laying Kke.a  domestic fowl. One bird has been  known to produce 120 eggs annually*  Both parents-share., the. duties of incubation. The hen covers the nest  during the day, and the cock throughout the night. The chicks are released by the old bird pressing upon the  shell with its hard breast. Ostriches-  are not expensive to keep, because  the greater part of the year they find  suilicient food in the paddocks,, and  at other times they only require a  little Indian cpru ,oy beans and som**  additional green food, such as lucerne or cabbage.  I -toll ynu now I alno believe It. How,  tbeo, can there I* any talk of vntn-  pelllng' mo to return to her her fa-  lb***r*n money, of which she hat* I-*****-**  alt-lit'.-.-.! .',." t\t--n'j- '���������"���������"''' *,Vti*it Mt*  )om of the money may menu to nie"-  Bbe dismissed that aide or It with another fthrtig, though ahe wits very pule.  KlnroM sprang to his feet und held  oat hia hand. "MIsn Wolcott, blond  *joM tell. If you were a mini I'd call  yon a bully fellow. You ri'iiew my  long lout faith In womankind."  ������������������n������****an<M* you dlacover that I'm not  ��������� acoorHlreir'  ������������������Too   have  a  most  uncomfortable j  way of making a fellow feci xmall."     I  "flit down nnd talk sen-**,   \V> nti-ati  "Certainly not,'* Oeorglann smiled ���������  kindly, "Aak ma what you like, Ku-'  nice." !  "How do yon occupy yoor time when S  yon nre ut hornet  "I'i* to now," 0*>offlana answered, i  "I have spent all my lift In school and j  college.   Now I am going lo lake my |  pine** at the head of my father's home, j  A* ha la a college president, mv life  will l������ more or lew public.   And of;  court'*- I fhult ������l������v a gnnil detit of work *  In our womiin'a club.   I woultl piffor  tn t/ii,������ up w car****r.    not mv f-it!it������r  really tiw-ilu me, and ao," ������h������������ cnwiml-  rtl Itp-nitnlly, "I am willing to mak-*  tbe mi r!tlf**,H  "A it*f������������*>r?   Wb*������t t*t������t of a career  Lottery Mtthodi,  An KnRlish wrltor declare* that  financial morality, imperfect in it u  in our tiny, Is miperior to Unit of th>  epoch that mine to nn end in 18145  with tlio nbotition of lotto-Jo*,. Take it,  single JiiHlnnco. Lord North in 177H,  while tlio American war ol lndapend������  enco wns in progroaa, i������*ucd U0.00Q  lottery ticket*, 20,000 ol which wen  given im bribe*- to un'inbcr* of I'nr*  Fiiiinent.  Early Enillih Umbrella*.  Two conturie* ago the umbrella wm  known nnd uned n* n *un������liiide. Hen  ,lnn*ou and lioiiuntout nnd Klutchor  alluded to it, III 1712 It w������* need na  a rain protector, (lay in hi* "Trivia"  speak* of the "umbrella's oily *!ie<t,'  winch wm* r������cordod a* a kind ot mu*  we*t*r riinterifi! more #orvie*ubl������ than  gingliitni or t-ilk. which win* u������ed to  it* coimtruction at that period,  A fura Sljtn.  "t *ca ynu had a perfectly lovely  timo nt the matinee," mid thu un(������*el>  ing pirton.  "How do y������**u know*" a*M hl#  sentimental wile.  "V ii-** vim have cried until yonf  no*e ia ltd."  B������h������moth Wat Hippo,  Th* behemoth ot the Ittbt** i������ ������ufv  poied to have been tb* tiippopotanm*.  Sporting Notes.  decide what I* l**t*t tn do with the girl  fori have not told tne Ik������w you think i w*"*1*1 ���������>'������" "** to fotlowf*                    j  ah* will fake It when ahe learn*. ������he������| ",f ' ������'*������������������uited only my own Inrlltia-  nu helrewt."                                        ��������� *''"' ' '���������'���������'"tt't w"* "ft *tnttylnte rni������ rr-V  "���������Vow, do ymt  know.  I've n������f the; '���������"���������Ur**** In ���������.hilw.opb', amll������������������<li,"  Jeut Idea.   I'm vurlona mixiif n, find1 "Teii'lt*" ������������������(���������-tnlmed Knotty, with n*-,  00U".                                                       I |*fe*������e*l eiilteiiient    "You think it a  "l������o ynu think It will turn Iter h������*f**������r '������������������"���������"iml.ie wtuwiKwr  -Sue   la   Incredibly   ut.^.bi-.tk-������iri* **Thw ,** m **l������-*wr wort*-" G<WK-';  0**ut*)**f Tbraufb a KtyOet*.  Hy piHiU'iin' *<���������***!' khIiicIiiu rumea  rhMtlgh tilt* keyhole nf it Iih ked door  llelgliiu t'lirglHr** wa-re ittile to ������(ti|wf**  the RfMrvllait nf ��������� Jeweler'** **ii**p lit  HruMNrli* and  t������* vtrat   *#Wft*  ������*-nii  $ati.u*u.       T������it Miw-et*****.  ���������[iftrrfnr ���������   rwir  ������������������*  tmngllnf*  atnrt  ruatlMirnI    Mllfl    W'tlllf   ifttl   In-   -Kifim-  pilonrtf l������y fh*������ WH'twatamif*, a *vm������rk-  ���������Me ltt**irtitu������'iit whtfh *tn- a ������**> rlon  i������i* tttettijr ������������**>tl*i*sw������ndih ut ao in *������  tn tht������ kite***.  Ira Ityt-rson Is the lending rare winning driver ou tin- Austrian turf thi*  M������IU*llll,  AtiHtntllan ap**rt iinuiioter-* want I  l-'riink dutch uud lleorge lliickeu' \  j xcliuilill io wrextli* In Mint country. \  l Mnrpui Mitchell got a new trolling  I i-erfiiruier at osfiiid I'll,, when tli������ ;  'eltllng t'lint'lli* Mlithell triitictt to it ;  ' fiM'.ii'tl nf '.':���������;I!v4 In the ihree inliiiit* '  j I'lltW*. I  Itulpli (llnr.t',  who |a ttmcltlng the  I (JiilviTKiiy *>f UoclicKler f**t tlmll t*-Hiu, '  i plttliitl I'ttNi'liiill for the liidlniiii|i'������ll������ |  ! Aiiifrliiiii i)**OMM.-l)it |i>n  i en in  l be past j  I ami-Mill. !  ! Piixblmll, with n bull ������li feet In dt- 1  j itiiielt-r and turn ur more nu a aide, baa ;  I taken the plan** uf the uunuul buwl >  ' and tn in- riDdieH Itetween the frentimen j  i aud -*<i|iliiiiiii,reM at tlir tiii������������rk������> *���������<  , CadfoftiM.  j Otrtiin-ll. Hie ffilvcrsliy of Pennayl-  vanlu rmini-r, bin* niiiioiiiiied lilt* linen- .  Hon t<* turn pniftitt4loii.il mid nffere to  run against Arthur I'untie, the wttrld'a  iiniffiM������li,itiil uttrltiti-r. In n nerlen uf  either three or four uuiiclie** ut dia*  tuiKW from K������������ to 4*J yarda.  Canada Fleet In Chtttt,  Canada ii Hie greatest cheese ei>  porting country In tbe world, Kven  thoufh our eajwrta (or IBOeVOB dro*--  pad to IM,������07,ia������ pound*, *e art*, alilt  nliead of Holland, our ne������r#*t eom>  iwtilor. Grcut Britain 1* thp worM'������  largfft imiKjrtcr of cheenr. Although  ahe prmluce* an eatimated quantity of  XU.0WIW fecund* nf eheeie a ytar,  yet her Import** tn \*M were ****������0,'������7I ,-  f*M i*oumU. and Canada ������uppli������d tha  tralk ol thi*. or 214477.(177 pound*.  German*' ���������*-*������ the mat tartatt importer io ui������**t Bnuiii. with 4*J.l**T^2rt  pnund*: l-raitee third, with 44,7144)72  *it������un<t*: Hip nnit������*d State* fntinh  will-* *W.**4*,,7f4 pound*, and Belgium  film, with *jxi.m pound*.  O'Brien'* Aeathetlc Taitei.  Thotic wlio remember the ill-starred  tour of Canada made by William  O'Brien, M.l'��������� nearly a ouarter ol e  oi'iilury ago when be lought to arouse  iiiill-ntiitlun it-jfiiinut the then Qovern.  or-Oiincrtil, the Mnrquit of Latia*  dewne. f<*r hi* treatment of hi* ten*  ontH, will be interi-ated In tho follow,  ing not oil about him published in  Current Literatures  "Life, habit*-, and re*idenee have  been trttn*fnmi('d for William O'Brien  by hi* ieud with John Redmond, Next  to hi* own native Ireland, O'Brien  love* Italy, Tin-re he haa lived with  the lady .if Rttnttlan extraction ha  wedded yonr* figo, there he hai Mud*  led the Italian cU*������ic������, and there ha  hat eorrat-ponded with ������ome of tha  Yuotit brilliant student* ot thii a|������  upon tho 'cicntillc theme* that inter*  eat him,  "Few political agitator* have *o  many intelleetual intereiW ai William  u Itrit-it. 4������) Moica l,','.Y...,.: i'.Ai.::  ]}r' I., ft p-'ifonnH student ol i)ant������)  and Arinatu. He hat titled up a little  JaUifittory lor the chemical experi*  intn',- in *������hlch he Mtnetlme* wnilee  f,w.iy hi* Itdture He adapt* himtelf  to Italian modes of life whpn residing  ���������near fltirr-nre, ent*nr *|i������������hettl and  wandering througn art gMiienot ufce  the avt-rave toun������t. He *pt������ak������ ftal*  ian witll, and nerhapa fee foreigner*  are to much at liom,- in tbe dialect*  of the native! ol the northern pro*  viiiee*.  "fit freUnd hi* ta������te*. although he*  I* nearly ������ivty, remnin athletie. Bid*'  ing. thooting. tailing in nu little cat  boat���������th*-***- are the occupations of  il,*   lll.U   U-iaUlt.'." '  The Quail In Wreme.  In Frernr tbr ������|****M t* v*lit������4 tbe Wrd  of pr**|t|i*w*y. thl������ froin an Idea tbat  (be ouinlM-r of lita *altt fttn-tella tbt  |.*rt*-e ������.f wfieet. if be i-alla twk-e wltb-  out r������Mt(ii^ tU������? fiirttwr utptrt* bitt 9  mere frr batRet for bb grain; If lb*  Wfd valta f**������r tln������e** hi* t>i|iei*te tn r*e������  ���������Itte twk-e tbe i*f*w wb*vb two valit  iHMItaV  Russia's Greatest Dancer.  Bo, by general consent, Mile. Anna*  Pavlova, wiiose wonderful dancing at  the Palace Theatre in London ha������  aroused such enthusiasm, has beeu  termed. Mile. Pavlova, in her infancy, decided to become a dancer.  She was taken by her mother to see-  a ballet, The dancers fascinated her,  and she exclaimed, enthuainsticaUy,  "Oh, mother, that's what I want to  do, 1 want to be a dancer, too. I  must dance. I'll never do anything  else when 1 grow up." And before  sho was ten sue entered the Imperial  School of Dancing in 8t. Petersburg,  and studied under )������. Petitpns, who  danced with Taglioni and the greut  dancora of the past. And when the  curtain fell after her debut tbo old  dancer, who is now ninety-two yoaru- ,  of age, put his hand on her head and*  Miid, "My child, you are the only woman (It to douce in Taglioni's shoes,"  so impressed was he with her performance.  "Hard Wood."  Ever since he wna a boy at school  Field Marshal Sir livolyn Wood, who  recently celebrated his seventy-second  birthday, has had a tough timo, and  often hns been called "Hard Wood."  At the age of ten ho went to Marlborough Grammar School, and then*  to tho college in the same town, Here  he recolved his buptism of "war." It  was a riot among the boys, brought  about by the prohibition of pyrotechnic displays on thn Fifth of November. The culmination was a month  of mutiny, during whieli the head  master's desk was burned nnd great*  damage done to the promises. Young:  Wood was Hogged, fined |10, nnd given 900 lines of Latin to learn by heart.  aiadttone Talks Dutch.  Lord Gladstooo, the first Governor*  General of South Africa, left London  recently to take up his new duties.  The large party which gave him ���������  rousing send-off, included a number  of Dutchmen. Bo much progress has  Lord Gladstone   made   in   laarning  liutcit .it*** ������������������*. ������*������*������ lil'c tc ?���������>**������������������������*���������**  ���������with them in their own tongue and*  to promise of hit policy in buuili Africa that "Alles sal recht kommen"  (the Dutch proverb. "All shall comt  right").      A Melst Shew.  A catchy unrel*e*rted act took piaxm  at a London music ball tht otktr  night. Wften the ttrtproof curtain wm  about to be lowered, a stage hand new  to the work pulled Iba wrong handle,  with tbe result that tht water sprinkler wat *et tn motion. The ttaga wa*  swamped, the orchettra receiving a  shower bath, to the conttderablt  arautemenl of tht audience.  Pursuer Sheet* Friend.  Kxtraordiuarjr excitement prevailed  over the pursuit of the e������-*p*ed pris-  oner Powellae, who ba* been, terrorising the Matiawatu dittrict of New  Zealand. ft*-ore������ of armed in** were  not tn fior-tiif of tbe robber. On*  of the fearrlier', ny en unfortunate  accident, thot another member of tb*  piir-iniifc- pMrty v*lii Jied of the to-  iuttt* t<.*eei*,e������f. ���������a-****  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH: COLUMBIA.  LAND ACT.  1 form No. 9, Form of Notice.  Coast DUtriot,   Etoge 1,  TAKE NOTICE tbat William F. Smith.  [if Vancouver, oooupation,  carpenter, in-  iisad* to apply for peraiiseioa to  parch***  |be follewii g .letcribed  lands;���������Commenc-  ���������fng at a poat piloted at the north eut cor.  r of No, 1, thence north ������0 chain*, thence  jut 80 ebaina,   the oca south  80 chain*,  t-cce west tSO ebaina, to point of oomtn-  Wmetit, couutiniug 040 ****, more or  $*������.  ., WILLIAM.F. SMITH,  *': Name of Appliotnt,  ���������'-ated June 9th, 1910.  i LAND ACT.  |t>rm No. 9. Form of Notice,  I Coaat Dutrwt,  Range L  I'fAKB NOTIOE that Margtret MeKiv-  |', of Vancouver, oaeupatian, married wo  ; so, inteadi to apply for poruiistioa to par  imo tbe following dsauribsd lan������"������t���������Com-  enoiugst ��������� pott pleated at tho north eaat  truer of No. 3, being, two mitaa north and  [ae  mile east of tbe south wost corner  of  o, I, thence north ������0 chains, thenoe east  ') chaius, thene*- south 80 chain*,   thenoe  est .80 oKaio*, to the point of commence-  eut, containing ������40 acres, more or le**, '  MARGARET MoKIVOtt,  Name of Applicant,  ated June 9 th, 1910.  BG������R    BEER  M*Jf9^aeejmmWeemmeeeemeemameeeeemaeeemeem^  The drink of strong men and healthy* women.  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink  U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -     -     FOB  SALE  BY      -     -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  Summer months are BOVRIL  month*. A cup of BO\?klL  with a biscuit gives all  necessary nutriment when  meat ii not rdahed.  Tiy a little BOVRIL in your  canned meats.  BOVRIL  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vancouver, Be C.  LAND ACT.  ormNo. 0, Form of Notice.  I Coast District, Range1.  TAKE NOTICE that Annie Higbsm, of  j/auuuuver, occupation, married woman, in  jeutU to apply fur permission to puroha-ie  the following described landtis���������Contmeuo-  ug at * poat planted at the north eaat sorter of No. 5, being three miles north a������.t  me mile eaet of tbe eouth west corner ot  Mo, I, thence $0, chains north, thence SO  ihaini east, thence 80 chain* Booth, thence  'iQ chain* west, to the point ot conmieuce-  lient, cotttstning ������40 aurea, more or Imm.  I ANNIE HIGHAM,  J Name of Applioaut.  bati>d ���������June'flth, 1910,  I ��������� ' ���������       LAND ACT,  |?ormNo.0. Form of Notiee,  {.: Coaet Dutrlut, Range 1.  | TAKE NOTICE that Maggie Armstrony  if VaucotM-er, occupation, married worn*, n  [fntenda to apply for pertni-wwon to uuroht.ae  f.he folUwini- described lands:���������Coinmenc-  lug at a poat planted a* the north eatt eorner of No, 7, being four mile* n*>rth and  Sue mile eaat of the south weet oorner of  No. 1, thence north 80 chain*, thence eaat  30 chains, tbeuce south 80 ohains, thence  in/eat 80 chain*, to the point of oomtiteiice-,  jjriot, containing OH) aoree, more or let*,  ! MAUQ1E ARMSTRONG,  Name of Appliosnt.  Dated June 9th, 1910,  *9  o  a.  B  a  00  W :   ���������'  HQfl  w a a  o *���������* a  ������a a *���������  ^w*3  ���������J ���������>  *  5 a "s  a C5 ������  3  O  S  ���������* X   9  s  o 2  j *-  o ..  : i-l  -d  n  ��������� of.  s  a  ������  ���������o  a  S  a  Z  r  2 *-  .2 >.  tt *���������  s -i  e  ii  S.s  e    *.  ���������f*   5  8  ���������2  s  *3    ;���������  *5 ���������**    .  O   u-tt  Pi   S X  ������15  ** I a  J3  rr  r\  ���������ags.  ������ g'..o  =.ta -a  a   C  S  ������  o. ���������  a ���������=  St. i  ���������"���������   ���������������  ������|  "3  a  a)  ue  Q  h  U  Pi  O  o  c  It*  tn-  W  <  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  remiiving or taking any blocks,  dm ber or wood, of any descriptiodn  belonging to tltn Wellington Colliery Go'y., or from or off the land  of tbo t5aid Oompauy, will b������ pro-*,  edited to Uih full extent of tii������ law.  W. J.. COULSON,  General ManAger,  Wellington Colliery Uo,y.  NOTICE.  1 Riding orf locomotives and rail  way,cars of the Union Colliery  Company l.y any person or per-  sons���������except tain crew���������in*, strictly  proh?'*ited. Employees -re sub-  ���������������c to ..iamit<siii for allowing  sam-  By order  W. L.  COHJLSON,  General -Manager.  n  MOTOR^^  BlGYCliEr  'BAHGAIflS  Wo have on hatd at the present time four   special bargain*) in  second-hand Motor Cycle** as   foi  lows:  One Wolf 2 H. P. Price $100  One Wolf 2 H. P. splendid  condition  Price $125  One P. N.'tfc 8 H.P. good order Price $160  Oue Minerva 4 fl. P. tires  worn, Price $100  Thos. PLIMLBY  mo Gov,t -Street, Victoria, B.C.  Itd^** Opposite Speucers  Several snaps  in second-hand earn  ofdtlte.eiit size-*, also Umes'  ami Gent's Bicycles.  WATER NOTICE-  NOTICE is hereby given tbat an  application will be made under Part  V. of tho "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Division of  Comes District.  , (a) The name of Company in full:  Comox Logging and Railway Com*  pany.  The head office: Fraser MUIb, B.C.  The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up: $2-50,000, divided in*  to 2500 shares of $100.00 each fully  paid up.  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No..,.,..v...  (b.) The name of the lake, atream  or source (il unnamed, the description Ib) Wolf Creek.  (c.) The point of diversion: At the  Falls on Wolf Creek about one mile  below Wolf Lake.  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second) 10 cubic feet.  (e.) The character of the proposed  works: Generating plant, power  works, electric work and plant, and  other machinery and conveniences  necessary for producing power.  (f.) The premises on which the water is to be* used (describe same): In  the vicinity of and on Company's  property,. Comox District.  (g.) The purposes Jor which the  water is to be used: Generating electricity and other power for light,  heat, and, use of all machinery and  conveniences at the Company's desire  (h.) If for irrigation describe the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage     *^ MADE iH CANADA^  !   Always the same, and just ������&  j>ood as ever. The ''Grand Duke"  (Jigur.  LAND KKGISTUY ACT.  N THB MATTER of an applUm-  tion for a Duplicate Cnrliflcnlo  of Title to part of Seclion One,  Comox District  NOTICE Is hereby given that it  i my in ten I ion at thn expiration  I one month from the dale of thn  rat publication hereof to issue n  uplioHte Certifies to of Tite  to  uitve Uud isHUt-d to John Uapti-te  ictdingi on tlieSOih day of July  308 and numbered 2275c.  J. P. MuLKOD,  Deputy Rfcgl-Mrnr General,  nnd Registry Office, Victor!.., B.C.  lie 13iliday of June 1010.  SiitiBl'm/tioti ��������� Buy a ''Grand  luke" and have ������atUraciion. Utill inndo, hand mode*   and made  jtu cl������Ar Havana Filler,  t^mrfa0mmmpt*tkmt^ma/(fm^S^l*tm*  =erN=T������RBECL7  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  And all KITCHEN    UTENSILS ���������  Sportsmen* Goods  ' and  General Hardware  fmjm^a^m^^^m^mtm^maPmm^amQ  I      THE KIND  B THAT PLEASES  THE PEOPLE  E. W. CILLETT CO., LTD.   Toronto, Ont. lj**J  uTBtti!MEeW*M*m������9W.  FAIRFIELD :'*  Tbe Courtenay Hotel  Every oor������veriien***e for guostfl.  TheOential Hot������-l for 8portamen  None but tlio Dent of Wines and Liqtiors  -tt the Ititr. *  RATES  REASONABLE  ~ STORE Uf  J. JACK,  Pnop. $  A Fine Assortment of $  the Choicest Candies, t>  Hants and Tobacco, ������  VaucQuvetr Ice Cream, ������  Dunsmuir Ave.  Oumberlitnd *  a*aAAa*aa*aa*aa*ka*a,  ��������������� W**f ������������������* WW  John Johnston,    Prop  FOU SALE-A Ford Run-  out Automobile', 15-18 Htir������������-  wur 4 oyltodt*!*, ull Newly palm-  ut'w tyort*, nud everytliiiig ttom*  ted:>|>rJ0o 8700,00.    Apply to  it, Jolnifttoii, CourU'iiay llott*!.   ��������� ���������  It, f;. Enido i'ipt) fitting and  neritl ittimlritiD*.  NOTIOE TO THE PUBLIC.  Having built������ largo wiireliouee ������nd mill  r������t Conrl������n������y, I will tn future keep on  html it ntook nf nil Itiudi nf lUy, Qrtin,  nnd Feed ������t Indent mnrket nitm, A  npfolitlty will be inttde nf ru li*r (irunlind  fe������*d f**r hnre*** whioh will rnako n *-*vin*-  of on* thirri in the 0O*t of tYo*l, Order*  uivtiii thu toitniHter or hy phnne will be  prfiinptlj' filled. Tniuikliirfyiiu for your  p*tr una������< lu tbe P**t ������inl **)iiel Inn a oon  tlouuiMiof liatwroe on bm*d������r Itu-n, I  beg tu r������n.(la  Yottra to cnmnmutl,  HVRON CRAWFORD.  fX'tiler in  AU^ KINDS OP  Fruit. Candy Cigars  : Cigarettes & Tobacco. \ \  Ponoia Hlock,  CUMUBRUNI), B.C.  r**������*>������ ���������>������������������������������������������������������*>������������������+���������������������������������������������  WATER NOTIOB.  NOTICE is hereby given that aa  application will be made,under Part  ���������V-r-of-thejnVater~Aet"1909^'-to-1ob-  tain a license in the Di\ision of  Comox District.  (a) The name of Company in full:  Comox Logging and Railway Company.  The head office: Fraser iMllla, B.C.  The capital,' how divided, showing  amount paid up: Capital |250,000 divided into 2500 shares of 1100.00 each  fully paid up.  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b) The name of the lake, stream  or source (If unnamed, the description is) Unnamed Greek, flowing  through L. 42, Comox District.  (c.) The point of diversion: About  1-000 ft. above the Bridge at crossing  of Nanaimo Road and about 1500 ft.  above mouth.  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (In cubic feet per second) One  cubic foot.  (e.) Tbe character of the proposed  works: To bo , piped for supplying  water to machinery to be used in  connection with Railway and Logging  operations.  (f.) The premises on which the water is to be used (describe same): In  the vicinity of and over Company's  Right of Way and property In Corao*.  District,  (g.) The purposes for which the  water is to be used: Industrial (supply lm* water tor machinery).  (h) If tor irrigation describe tbe  land intended to be Irrigated, giving  acroftiro   t . 11 It M ��������� ��������� 11     Hllllllfttl     MtatMM*!*     IMMtMtM*     111 * Ut * t  (l.) If tbo water, is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  tbe place where tbo water is to be  roturnod to some natural channel,  nnd tho difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of re*  turn ,,,,   <i). If the water is to be used for  power or minim-- purposes describe  the place where the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point ot diversion and -point of return: Will be returned to Tsolun river, near Section 81, Comox District.  The point of return is about 200 ft.  lower than the point of diversion.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works:  None.  (k.) Tbla notice waa posted on._the_  28th day of July, 1910, and application will be    made to the CormmV  sioner on the 7th day of September,  1910.  1.) Give the names and addresses  of nny riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to  be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet:  Esquiraalt & Nanaimo Railway of  Victoria; Canadian Western Lumber  Co., Ltd., of Fraser Mills,. B.C., and  O. Bristol, Sanwicb, B.C.  Attach copy of such parts of tbe  Company's memorandum of assocla*  tion as authorize the proposed application and works.  (Signature) COMOX LOGGING AND  RAILWAY COMPANY, LTD.,  By A. D. McRae, Director,  (P.O. Address) Fraser Mills. B.C.  EXTRACT    from   tho  Act of the  Comox Logging and Railway    Company authorising the proposed application and works:  Sub-section (e) of Section 8 of tho  Comox Logging and Railway Company Act:���������  "(e) To stake, apply for, purchaM  "or otherwise acquire water and  "water records, and to enjoy and  "oxerclso all the rights, powers,  "and prlvllcpes of n power com*  "pnny under Part IX of tho "Wa-  "ter Act," or nnv statutory modi-  "flcatlon thereof."  the place vrhere the water :���������;  "  returned  to      -.orae natural      and tbe diflerence in altitude bcir.*--...  point of diversion and point of return: At a convenient pi ce below the  Stoughton Fells in the vicinity Outlet Brown River, Sections 10 and 14,  Tp. 9, Comor Dis rict. The point of  return ia about 100 feet lower altitude than the point of diversion.  (j.) Area of Crown land Intended to  be occupied by the proposed worka:  None.  (k.)This notice wca posted on the  27th day of July, 1910, and application will cbe made to the Commissioner on the 7th day of September,  1910.  (1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licenses who or whose lands are likely  to be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet: Wellington Colliery Co.. Ltd.  Attach copy of such parts of the  Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works.  ( Signature)    WELLINGTON    COLLIERY CO., LTD.,  A. D. McRae, President.  P.O. Address) Victoria, B.C.  Extract from Memorandum of Association of Wellington Colliery Company, Limited:  (a) To acquire by purchase, grant,  lease, or in any other manner ��������� * * ���������  water and rights to water ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  (d) To carry on the businesa of * ���������  '** ��������� electric light, heat and power  supply ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  (g) To manufacture and use as a  motive power electricity * * * * and  to manufacture or acquire plant,  machinery, apparatus and materials  of every kind for the production and  distribution of electricity * * * ��������� to  generate, use or dispose of, supply  or distribute electricity * * * * for  lighting or motive power ��������� * ������ ��������� and'  to construct, lay down, establish and  carry out cables, wires; lines, accumulators, lamps and works.���������*'������������������������������������ * .  S.S."LITiHA  ?>  Goto  Mot only In it a nice mild  okt, bat the ������������������Grand Duke*'  or h������i ������H thone necr-miy  lilies which i*ive  no much  Ufnction to tltc smoker.  Wlvt-rtltwri will ponfur a favor  | bringing in Miulr tuli, tint lnu-r  in Momlay, mk tlii* will imalilu  print.*'*'., fo Itiawt  Ir In  fin-  H laeee on lit* following Tiie**  in Ad in the  tys,    Try it.  News  U.WUi** Or-ib. CO.. ot iLC. Ud  VVeek-tnitl servloe  between Vaneonver,  ��������� Ntiiul'no, Union, Comoi, by tlio  steel Clyde built twin ������������*****������*  ���������team-r ���������WIVIOHAN"  felling M uuuV���������  Leave* V**oo**ver, 8������tnrday t-J *. tn  Arriveti Ninrtimo, Katun-lay 13 pm  Art-Ires Uolun, HumUy 0 a tn  Arrive*** C*-n*,*>x,  Buiid-*,/1-! ��������� tu  Re-umlmri���������  laMveti ra-jM-t, -Vtuilay 4 p e*  Lm-vmi Un'i- Sunday Spat  >  Artir*** Niuainw*, Mimlay ll put  Arri������**a Vu������c������iuv*if MMittey 7 a ta  ttiee* U**a������ Uotrm f������* ������**������*iNi*fl������������ta   ������v.  **ry MumUv mrt4**l������^i*i< nrriwif nf**/ WJ*.  IUHAN;" ami laai'aa 0-wi*t*l������*i**l IW-Jel  ���������t f nro, otJri'nt'Otliig with aummtt  JOHN McLEODS  i-uit, i*H.*������������*'..L/������hh  CANDY, PBU1TH,  OlUAItH & TOHAOCOH  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������'  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G.U- WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, B.C.  Seeds  OP KVEKY KIND, in sny  qnimtily, b) ttiopnuktge or  by the pound,  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  Grown to suit  climate.  the D. C,  NOTICK  .-.very Mondny mid Tuendttiy I  will he in town to deliver From  Hullcr end all kinds* ofVegetHulc*  Hflli       IllfO  Mill rlit*������������|i.  j *.*���������������< f  *-���������������-*;  will  t'Htu Ykuk,  Sand wick.  I*. C. litudi-t (len.cr in  utovet  and rantfet*: *\m plttnihiin*-  nnd  pipe nttitiK and Kcm-rnl repair-  ing,    J.tMJil Af'tii' lor the Oliver  ^TjIi-.-ftliltCt.  (J.)Aroa of Crown land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works'  None.  (k.i This notico was posted on tha  27th day of July, 1910, nml anpllrn-  tlon will be made to the Commission*  er on tho 7th day of September, 19M  (1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licenses who or whose lands are likely to  bo effected by tbe proposed work*,  either above nr below the outlet:  Mra. or Dr. Millard, ("ourtena**, B.C.  Atucb copy of aucb parts of tbe  Company's memorandum of association ��������������� authorize the proposed application and works,  (Signature) COMOX LOOGINO ANI)  HMLwAY COMPANY  By A. D. McRae. Director.  (P.O. Adtireas) Fraser Mills. TI.C,  Extract from tbe Aft of the Comox  Lnrplnt* and Rallwa** Company an-  thoriilnr* tha    jtrnpnaei   application  ftpi*  vrrt*'.  Btil'-������-*ftl<*e ���������*** of Reetlon I nt the  fiini-i Li^kuik nml Hailway Cnm*  party Art:���������  "if.) To ������>tj������1fa. amnl*- for, ***trfb������������#  "or rthararla* ar-notr* wuter end  ������������������wif'-'r fitaaH* ***** ������������ *������*i������^*> anA  "������*������ri*|af 0*11 tb* H-ht*. |������.������wer-i,  "���������������������������*'t i*rtvlUtr������** tA a **n������*-.f r--"*-  ������������������r.-ti**- ���������������-���������������������)���������*��������� f������*irt IK r>1 th* *'W-������t������r  <���������������*������   /���������������-  ������������������������*>.      ���������t-Hf.ittr-try ���������nrt'llflrs  1   "Vm tb**r*������^t.,,  WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of tbe "Water Act, 1909," to obtain n license in tbe Division of  Comox District.  (a.) Tho name of Company in full:  Wellington Colliery Co,, Ltd.  The hand otlico: Victoria,' U-C,  Tbe capital, how divided, showini*  amount paid up: 12,000,000 divided  into 20,000 shares uf 1100.00 each,  fully paid up,  (If far mining purposes) Krte Miner's Certificate No.....   (b.) The name of lnke, atream or  ootirce (If unnamed, the description  is)' Puntledge Itlver,  (e.) Tbe point of diversion: At a  point above tbe Falls on tbe Vunt-  ledge River, Comox District.  (d.) Tbe quantity of water applied  for fin eiihfc feet *������������������r aaannAV 1MWI.  (e.) The eharaeter of the prnpotwd  works: Generating plant, power  works, t*nd electric works and plant  and other machinery and conveniences neeessar** for producing power.  (I1.1 The pr������WTi4i*es on wblrh tht* wa  ter Is to be 'teed ���������VtiU'Wh,, nnm*): On  and (n vlelnity of tbe Wellington Col-  ll-ry Company's Ltd. propert**   and  holdlni-s In Comox District,  (?.) 'fto pitr**o*������ii r*r������ wtt'if-b t>������ water Is to bt need. 0-*n-*r*������lr*r eleetrte*  Itv f***l other *������ow������r fir iit-ht, tie**t,  rnarar, r*r*������r������������li!*n nt trot-rs, en*r1������*������s  mirl marht-f-r*- of r*lt Up**". -������nit r������*'  ������r������ttm Ur *h* ������**r-ltM tt *������I1 *>of*������>Tf  ar*>1 "tHtrtW*** <*.! * i*.r,w������f   compaa-*  under P#*"> a t-t ������**'���������������*��������� art,  ft* *i **f f->*������ *rr|-������-������in** *m������-i������*������    t>-  l#*������-*J tnttmded to ��������������������� ���������r-tra������������d, rtrlvln**  ptramra .,,  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  780 Oranfill** Srreet  P. O.  Bo* 1008  VANCOUVER. 8.0.  *������  m)mmammmimm^ewa^^aeameemeem  IM)ll ItKNT���������Knrniiliud rr*nina.  A|i|ilj' Mrt*. J. I., Run, Htn-jiiul  vSfrt.t.    _   "want ~gooT>  go   to  thic  IP VOU  PRINTING  NRWS. FIKST-CI.ASSWORK  ,,|Mi.aM..M>^fc.i������������ia*i**'��������� ���������*-���������������������������������.   ���������   miaiaiiwaiiiniiaaiiiia). wiawaai- n ���������������������������umiaa.������������������ *���������  NOTff������C ������ la |.#.-������by ������!** 11 that nt tha  next nwtn-a* ������f tb������ Hoard of l.im*n������e  <'.imn*i*ai'������o������TS of ������b* C-ty of Cannb-r*  l������n*1, I t* tend to ������i*|'l> for ������ trarufer nf  he whnV������������l������ l*jq*i*������r ll^ew** hebl l������j" ma  nn lot t W'-o't t, to l>lf**k IH, lot a, Cntft.  iK-rlsid T-.tifxie.  CUI.1 MUN1ATTO.  Dale.1 Ibi* fttb Aay of Atijiui**. J������lft  (������.������ rf tbe *J**-ter 1s to b* nsstt for  power #*r -mfnlat    t**������*r- art V-ftl*-*  NEW YORK  18 THI ���������ftlATHT  TKftTMCU I SNOW FAPER  IM TNI WOULO.  UMHIm,   ������tfliCopy. 10M.  ���������amplc Copy Fnif.  Mi* ou������* pua. m iu������n,  1 mneiK        iratAuf... %  ' #* ������ *���������������, ti. *��������������� tre%a THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The Sage of  the Grange  ��������� ��������� + + +  SKETCH OF A GREAT SCHOLAR  OUTDOOR SPORT AND  ZAM-BUK.  Elvery   athlete,. every     ball-player  IT is only the student of Uio Victorian era, its literature, its political history and its social and  religious movements who can  adequately realize how great and  important a mau to the Empire and  the world at large was the late Prof.  Goldwin Smith, who for nearly forty  years made his home in Canada. And,  as is common in such cases, he was  ���������perhaps more fully appreciated  abroad than in the land of his adoption.  Genius and indefatigable study soon  ;brought him to the front as a scholar.  In 1842 he gained the Hertford scholarship for Latin, and in 1845 that  founded  by  Dean  Ireland   for  Latin  The Bank van Leaning.  The Dutch pawnshop ot Amsterdam,  known us Itatik v.ttu I.c-cning. Is auder  ) tbt* control tif tlif- titiitiicipitlity and Is  everv swimmer, every canoeist., every!.011'' of ���������'" "ld(JSt "' tlie c<"lutr*v*    <VP  'man or woman who loves out door life  ,0 ���������tn,i the *'������siu������ss wus u-,as**1 by the  and  exorcise,  should  keep  a  box  of  city to a private company, but ax it re-  Zum-Jluk handy. , fused to reduce its interest on pawned  !   Zam-Buk is-a purely herbal prepara.  articles the city took over the business  > tion, which, as soon as applied to cuts, aUd ims mauased It ever since.  i bruises, burns, sprains, blisters, etc., ,   ; sets up highly beneficial operations _.    _        ,  i First, its antiseptic properties render me Fnur-de-n*.  .the wound free from all danger from F���������*��������� ���������* tlie ,,l-lv country which  i blood poisoning. Next, its soothing allows u flower to appear in Its mi-  !properties relieve and ease the pain tioual heraldry. Hut the tleur-de-lis.  Then its rich, herbal balms penetrate or three lilies, is so different from most  J*Ahe tissue, ami. set up the wonderful flowers thut it does uot seem out of  i process of healing. Barbed wire' ullK.e ou tl)e uutiuual coat ot arms.  I scratches, insect, stings, skin diseases, ���������  daughler of Thotnn's Dixon ot I'oston, !such as eczema,   heat   rashes,    ring- .  Mass.   She predeceased hint on Sept. j worm,    babies'    heat    sores,    chafed Homing Pigeon*.  8,1909. | places,   sore   feet���������all   come   within     The   averasre   speed   of   a   homing  Zam-Buk's power.   It also cases and  pijjeon in calm weather is 1,210 yards  cures piles.   All druggists and stores, j a uiiuute.   With tt strou-j wind tn the  C>������������������������������������������   " t..*lll.*l|.,������������������lMllll.ttH.*  The Doctor's Answers  By Dr. Lewis Baker.  The questions answered below are general in char-.  acter; the sympto is- or diseases are given and the answers will apply to any case of similar nature. Those  wishing further a vice free, mav address > Dr. Lewie  Baker, Coll gn Bldg., College���������Ellwood Sts,, Dayton,  Ohio, enclosing s If addressed envelope for reply.. V  unable to obtain .ny of the drugs''mentioned of your  regular druggist, go to some prominent large retail drug  store which is sure to be well stocked  OPPOSED   BOER  WAR.  , His opposition to the Boer war, so Avoid imitations,  he said at a meeting of the Canadian'  Press Association, cost The Weekly  Sun half of its circulation." He regarded the Boer war as an unjustifiable attack on the independence of  the Boer republic based upon tin untenable claim of suzerainty. He avowed his convictions without, flinching  through all the excitement of the war.  Many years ago a, proposal to confer an honorary degree, of Toronto  University on Goldwin Smith was defeated because of prejudice against ',  lis "continental" opinions. He slirug-  and   Greek.     In   the  latter  year  he    ged his shoulder--, and said he suppos  graduated as bachelor of arts, taking,    ed lie would have to be satisfied with  -first class honors in classics, and win-    his Oxford degree.    He lived  to get  ning the Chancellor's prize for Latin  verse.   He subsequently proceeded  the degree of master of arts. Othe*-  prizes and scholarships that he won  '���������we're: Chancellor's prize for Latin essay, 1846, and for the English essay  1847. In the same year he was honored by being elected at the early agii  of 24 a fellow of University College,  of which institution he became tutor  He was also subsequently elected an  honorary fellow of Oriel College and  of University College. In 1847 he was  called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn,  but never practiced.  He was deeply interested in the a;i-  tation for the repeal of the Corn  Laws, was a co-worker with Bright  and Cobden and was in the thick of  the famous battle of long ago. For  'some years prior to his death he had  JbMn_thejoje_sji^iy_or of the origina  the honorary degree from Toronto and  also.to he chairman of the university  commission, which modelled the present constitution of the university, a  task for which lie was especially  qualified because of the experience lie  had sixty years ago on the Oxford  University Commission, appointed by  Lord John Russell.  In 1370, while Mr. Smith was still  actively   engaged   at   Cornell,   Benja-Uyho steals mv purse is trash,  mm  Disraeli's novel  "Lotnair"   was      Pmt t.nous}, jt m���������v soem q���������eer,  given  to  the   world.     'Lothair"   was   Thfi mall who st,,n*s: mv dai!y bread  supposed to he the Marquis of Bute,      - -  -        '���������  who   in  1*?G8  was  admitted   into  the  I direction of flight some pigeons bave  ������r,-��������� ���������    T~^      r ,     ' made' 1.980 yards, or considerably more  Bill     said Ben Jonson,   one   day  ^  .   mile a minute.  whei\ the two were dining at a Lon-   don coffee house, "how did you come i  to  write    that    beastly    play,   'Titus: Must Get Permission.  Andronicus,' any how?" ,    One of the bylaws of a cottage bos-  "I was iu a reckless mood when I pltal iu Wales reads thus: "No patient  wrote that, thing, Ben," answered Wil- sball curse or swear or use anv Inde-  liam Shakespeare, * andII didn't care  cent  or  abusive  language,   nor shall  tollTme ^L\^L^^^.n*\^������^ -smoke w,tb-  Caine'"--Chicago Tribune    , ; in tbe inBrtuary without tbe authority    ; of the medical officer and at certain  A Medical Need Supplied.���������When a   hours."       .           medicine is found that not only acts ������������������������������������___  upon the stomach, but is so composed  that certain ingredients of it pass unaltered through the stomach to find  action in the bowels, then there is  available a miraative and it cleanser  of   great    effectiveness.      Parmelee's  A Coffee Test.  Pure ground collet- will not discolor  cold water until lt has been soaked for  some time, while the addition of chicory as an udulteraut will immediately  Vegetable P.lls are of this character. toPart ��������������� brownish hue.  and are the best-of all pills.   During '  the years that they have been in use j " Paper of the Ancients.  they' have  established  themselves  as \    Tbe interior tark of trees was for-  no other pill has done  Catholic Church by Monsignor Capel  "Catesby" of. the novel, and died in  1900. It is not every man that has  had Uie fortune or the misfortune to  be immortalized in a novel. It is certainly unfortunate that, Goldwin  Smith should be handed down to' pos-  merly used to write upon, and its Latin  name (liber, iriiurki seems to intimate  that Its use wii;) us aucietir as the art  of writing itself. In oue respect the  bark was superior to the leaf.   It could  Is an honored financier.  Curdling scene f om melodrama: i be rolled into a volume, while the ���������������������������af  "You defy me, proud beiui'y. I'll kill! would crack if subjected to such a  you.." "You cannot." "Why?" "Be-'  cause this is only the second act.   I  process.  Free Trade League7~wlTicli numb%r*Hi+ti?nty^it^-'^  among its leaders Bright and Cobden ['Professor,"  whose character  was en  and Charles Pelharii Villiers.  "I am one of the last leaves left  fluttering on thnt tree," said Mr.  Smith recently, "nnd 1 am not ashamed of the tree on #Vhich I grew."  KING EDWARD HIS PUPIL.  In"1858 he attaiiv-d what he recently described as "the ambition: of his j  life," when he was appointed regins  professor of modern history at Oxford,  which position he held until I8G8, and  filled in such a way as to attract the  admiration of all authorities, Among  his students was the late. King Kd-  wiird Vll., then Prineo of Wales, of  ���������whoso attendance at the lectures it  has boon written:. "Ho (the prince)  took a scat at one end of tbo room,  with his tutor and equerry on either  hand; and at the other end, nearest  the fin1, sat the professor. On Iho  side of tho windows wus gathered n  -small and specially selected group of  four or five Christ Church undergraduates, wbo had been invited to  mako   an   audience   and   afford   the  tirely unlike that of the "Sage of the  Grange," as we knew him in Canada,  h'*vo  two    more    gowns    t">  "Curses.   She's baffled me."  wear.  United States Seals.  There have be*ni three'great seals of  the Uuited States���������oue lu 1812, a see  ond in 1S41 and that of 1SS5. which is  In   the   causes   of  infant  mortality  ehol*3re~'mTn*'iTO?-~figitres-"frequentljTT, ,, __���������*, ,____,  nnd it-may be sail that complaints i uaSa at th('' Prernit-OsyrinrXbtrwrv*-  of the bowels are gre;.t destroyers of  tary-of state.    He affixes it to com-  life.   If all mothers"would avail them-   niuuieutlous signed by the president.  WANTED "COMMERCIAL UNION." (selves of so effective ti. remedy as Dr  1 The attitude of Mr. Goutwin Smith  j towards  Canada and  the  destiny  of  Canada was often the subject of nn-  j gry debates.   It was an attitude not ,  easily dolhitxl.  His opponents said tie (substance in it.  J. D.    Kollogg's   Dysentery " Cordial  many a littls one could be saved. This  In effect his view was���������so far ns it  can be described in effect���������that the  ultimate destiny of Canada was absorption with tho American Union.  How far this can he differentiated  from "imnexation" is a point of casuistry we are not culled on to dot, t-  mino. Commercial union with the  United States would not, he thought,  lend to annexation, if the national  feeling of the country was sound. But  Church Bells In Mexico.  . , , ,.,      . ,        ,,        It takes a great iirmy of men to keep  Coriiv.1 can be given with safety to.the  tbe "church bells jjoh.g in Mexico.    It  smallest child, as taere is no .injurious | fa ���������..,������������������,���������, tlJlU ���������, tne clty ()f Mex.  i ico alone there'are  more than 2,000  from    the bell ringers regularly employed.  Maud:���������I am glad to know the prescription cured you so quickly. Yes,  I can give a prescription which will  increase your, weight from one to  three pounds a week. It is not so expensive for it improves the health,  weight and streugth marvelously.  Keep up the treatment until your  weight is satisfactory. Syrup hypo-  phosphites comp. 3 ozs., essence of  pepsin 3 ozs., tincture cadomene comp.  1 oz. (not cardomom) and comp. essence cardiol 1 oz. Mix, and take a  teaspoonful before and after meals.  Plumpness follows the use of this almost invariably if continued several  months. "  '  W, R. K.���������Jaundice, yellow skin,  blotches, constipation, biliousness, foul  breath, coated tongue and pain in  liver region can soon be cured by the  following prescription: Fluid extract  rrandrake 3 drams, comp. essence cardiol 1 oz., aromatic fluid cascara 1 oz.,  and aromatic syrup rhubarb 4 oz.  Mix, shake, and take from one-half to  one teaspoonful after meals and at  bedtime. I have cured the chronic  liver affection" with this.  Madam:���������Your womanly disorders  cannot bp prescribed for in these columns. Write'me In full and I will  treat your case successfully if not too  far���������ulon**. *  W. K.:���������A man in your condition  should not neglect taking treatment  even though you have been disappointed; and the,-treatment which I  advise for those victims of dissipation  who are timid, weak, nervous and  lacking in the functional powers of  the body so that they cannot act naturally   ,and   with   perfect   self-con-  fidteuce and salf-control, so seldom  fails to produce satisfactory results,  that I regard it a boon to mankind.  It is especially for men with detective  ailments of a nervous character, while  excellent for weak diseased woman.'  Comp. syrup sarsaparilla 3 ozs., oomp.  fluid balmwort 1 oz., comp. essence  cardiol 1 oz., tincture cadomene-comp.  1 oz. Mix, shake well and take a tea-  poonful after each meal and one at  bedtime. This will make you soon  feel the tinge of health and vigor  coursing through the body.  S. C. C.:���������For scrofula, ulcer, pimples, boils and impure blood, accompanied by running sores I usually prescribed the following for a constitutional blood remedy. Syrup of hypo- .  phosphites comp. 6 ozs., fluid ext. dandelion 1 oz., comp. fluid balmwort 1  oz. Mix, and take a teaspoonful be  fore or after meals and one at bedtime. The dose may be gradually increased to two teaspoonfuls. This  makes a fine spring tonic, too, for both  children and adults. It is harmless  and you can feel perfectly safe in  using anything I prescribe.  Chronic���������Judging by your symptoms you suffer with *hron)f* bronchitis., ' The cough mixtures yon have  been using cause* constipation, and  you cannot expect a chre while such a  condition exists. Remember a laxative cough remedy should always be  used, if {here is a tendency to constipation, have this mixed: Comp  essence cardiol 1 oz., aromatic fluid  cascara 1 oz., syrup white pine comp.  4 ozs. Take from X to 1 teaspoonful  8 to 10 times daily or as necessary, to  check cough. I have; known this to  cure when all else failed.  The farmer who retires  farm to live in his neighboring town  on a few hundred dollars a year lias  overlooked the difficulty of having to  buy what he had no difficult;,' to sell.  State of Ohio, City ri Toledo,  Lucas County.  Frank J. Cheney makes oath thnt he frequent,  is senior partner of the firm of F, ,1  Dangerous Fog Banks.  Submarine   sounding   signals   give  warning to vessels teu miles distant oiT  the dreaded Kngll.sb bunk tit Lu Pima  river, Uruguay, where dense fogs ure  ('honey & Co., doing business in the j      Canada's Fur Bearing Animrls.  his niiiiit principle was staled when J City of Toledo,    County    and    State i   Old ti*ii|i|H-rs In Canada declare that  ug uniunilH  yclt'K are  The  idea  of  a  United  Continent of  North   Aniericn   securing   free  trade  , .,.,,,' and intercourse over a vast urea with  jirinco n sense of companionship, All    oxton,ftI S)lfoly ���������.������������������ iuk,rn,,i p^co, is  look notes as tho lectures went on; ,      practical than grand."   Never  find    lay  ���������Aon** well di*M'rv.,ig of tin    *wUt. ,]������������������ ul liny tin..', this idea hns  compliment.    1 he  toxl-bnolt  was tho ��������� 1  'Annuls of I'nglniid,' nnd the profits-  he wrote ("Canada and the Canadian j aforesaid,, nnd thut said firm will pny! good seasons for fur bcarluf  Question," page 2G1) "A grand idea I tho sum of .ONF HUNDRED DOI,- ,.,)rae *n (.vcien and thi>st> c  may bo at the snino lime pnielical. | ^^Stn^^lVi& *������������������>���������*������ >!������������  *������������ ������-������* ������/���������������������.���������������������������.  use of Hall's Cninnh Cw������.        '        i ilw ������mM ll������utl,'������ Rrotind of one year  nor began with Hu* ('iirliesl sections;  nnd lie would :-it with one leg folded  over iho ollii'r. a;nl '.'ill; di'lighlfiilly,  in "his briira.'it epigruiiiiiiiitic stylo,  about various subiM..-! which were  fttiggostcd us page idler page wiih turned."  In 180.'), while the grout civil war  was raging in tin* Coiled Hiatus, lie  was a fearless chninpinii of the Union  fitiine, mid wrotti two powerful  ���������pamphlets in furlli'Taiii'i* of it, "Does  the Bible Sanction Slavery?" nnd "On  tlm Morality of the l'!fiiiittci|iiitiuii I'm-  claiiintioii,' Tlii'se, of I'otirso, wore  widely rend in the north, and wli*-n  their iiiilluii' vinitud Aiiiciii'ii in the  following year on n lei'tnrlitg lour he  was ri'i'i'ivml  with gn'iit I'lilliiisiastn,  lie visited tl... (.-.I.Tiil i.iiny ii. cii.np ; -������������������- jVublhV"ni..Vi"iii"CauiiilaV  und Held, nnd nn-t I't'i-si'lcnl hiiieoln ' _       .  i become   more   jiiiprn.'tk'iililo   in   tho  i course of years.    It is not ni'cesfini'y  | to   use   tlio  I'tiife'iMgo  of  controversy l  j about it now,   I'm, in mitigation of  I his unpopularity ml this question, it,  j may ho |xiinted mil. thnt his idun wns  j by no moans held iilone,    It wns the  : id**a of nearly all the olllcinl men of  | tho colonial ollicc (or half a century,  I It  was "the idea" of Bright ��������� who  compared annexation to "being tiikon  into partnership hy tin* Rothschilds,"  It,  was  the  idt'ii   of  tho  Manchester  School,   It was the idea of Air, (ilnd-  i stone  as  interpreted  by  Mr,   hoitd"  ! in   his   private  letters   to   Mr,  John  I Ski'lton. It wns, we limy now itssunm,  tin* actual policy nf at least purl ol  tlio Cabinet in Mr, liliui,it..'tn.*'s lime,  ono of a large sect ion of coiiiiiiercinl  im*ii in Knirlinid, Nor was it unknown  FRANK ,1, CHKNKY.  Sworn to before me nnd subscribed  in my pros"iice, this fith day of De-  ci'mher, A.D. 188(1.  A. W. GLF.ASON.  (Scull , '       Notnvy Public.  Hall's Cntnrrli Cure is taken intr-rn.  ally, and  acts directly on tlio blood  nnd  mucous  stirfn-'cs of the system.  Send for t',stiii*nniiil>i f"*vi,  V: ,1. CT-TFVKY it- CO., Toledo, O,  Sold hv nil Driifci-ts, the.  Take Hull' Family Pills for consti-  pation.  Pertinent Quetrt'on  ".lolin," she sni.l, after dinner,  "Yes, my dear,"  "Is tlio ilriiikiiiK water at your oflloo  fliivori'il witli clovi'S?"  niuy be vvot'tlilcss the next because of  n df-iiril) of rnbbltH, upon which fur  bearing nuiiualH feed.  The Tsndil Roekln-j 8tono.  Tbo Ttnulll i-ot-klni* sione nenr  llut'tios Aires weighs 'J70 tons itnd Is  ���������so t-kii'i'ly biilntii'i'il that It rocks in tbu  wind, yet It Is so rirm that l.titxi horses  pulling toguilii-T could not displnco it.  MATCHES ARE CHEAP  ���������-<������������������-*-���������Therefore���������Ever.vbQdy_SbO-Uld_JJLj.e the B^ST_  LWS "SILENT" MATCHES  Are the Most Perfect Made  Noiseless   as  Their   Name Implies,   No  Sputter,   No  Smell    of  Sulphur, Are Quick and Safe.  For Sale by ail Good Dealers,  also  EDDY'S    PAILS,    TUBS,  WA8HBOARDS,   TOILET   PAPERS, ETC.  THE E. B. EDDY COMNY. BULL  CANADL  HERE SINCE 1851  An Unfortunate Admission  Defendant���������-"Well,  I tn sure I was  . His Bad Break  The tonsorial artist hnd just finished  on tue right side ofthu road when tne j.iiniputi*,jing the winders of tho victim  Thermometers.  A   mercurial  nit'i'iiiniiii'ior will uot  rogisit't a lower ii-uipi'mtui'i* than 2S  I How 7,1'i'n, wiill** n spirit tliermtnnoter  will liei'ini'      'i**li nt 50 below.  Legislative "Riders."  A rldor. In legislative parlance, Is nn  additional section or cliitist* niiiit-M'U  to ii bill while- In fourne of posMii-ii' und  MAKE HOME BRIGHT I 'rpquuutly tonmu to lu ortmnni pur-    j port.  BRIGHT LITTLE ONES  accident 'iuippencd."  Lawyer���������"\v no was in the aulomo.  bile with you?"  Defendant���������"My host girl.  Lawyer���������"I'm tif.nid tht' jury will  decide' against you. Thoy will think  you had no idea which side ot the  raid you were oti."���������Jud-Jr*-.  LIVE HAIR, CLEAR SKIN  AU who dc.ight in it floor skin: soft  white hands; a cioi.n, whol.'soino setup  and  live  (-lossy  hair  will  find  thut  J Cuticura Snap ami Cntiourii Oint incut  more than mnlii-e .every expectation  in promoting skin mid hair health  nnd bodily purity. A 8ini*li* cuke of  Outlcuiii Soup and one box ,of t'nti-  curn Ointment arc o.ti'ii stilllcifiiit to  cui'i* torturiiiR, t|is(i*j;uriin* oczcmfi-t,  rushes, Irritutlnns, scnlitiKH aid crust,  inns of tin* skin nnd sculp, with loss  of linir, thus reiidorint* them the mo^t  eeononiicnl   trentment   known for'nf.  Ifi'clions of the skin ami scalp.  in tne chair.  "Your hair -need's' cutting badly,  sir," hu said after tne-manner of his  kind.' .   . '  "Nothing doing in that line to-day,"  replied the victim. But if the time  cvtii' comes wlun 1. want it cut that  way I'll give you the job."  :'MTNAttMV8 LINIMENT CO., Limited  | Dear Siis.���������This 'fall 1 got thrown  ! on a fence nnd hurt my chost very  | bad, so 1 ooultl not work nnd, it hurt  uie to bi'Oiitih'. 1 tried nil kinds of  ' Liniments und they did mo uo good,  I One bottle of MINAliD'S LIN I.  iMFNT, witrmt'il on ilannols and ap������  '. plieil on my breast, cured mo com.  ; plctely,  C. H. C0SSAB00M.  I Hosswiiy,. Dlgby Co,, N.S,  nml ..Iher ftrcnt It'iidct'tt of the north,  Declined seat in comiwons,  The li*ii*lt*i's of Hit* Coltd.'ii nnd  llrii-ht party, to whirl) be bi'lo'ii-od,  urg1'*! Iiim t" tnit*.*r  I'lii'linini'iil. ns u  ���������Joke Wns on the ooKer.  Biibit'8   that  nre  well,  sleep  well,  '.'at well and  pin*,' well,   Thoy t-li-t'p  Tho followim- tiiii'cdtitt* is told nnent - intlurnliy nnd wnltu up (rood tuttim-ii  Col.  Ilclclii'r, of S'ltithiiiuntou.     The Tin*  eliihl   Hint   is   not   rosy-chcckml  colonel was in Toronto minio linn* ago ,ami  pluyl'iil   nt'.;*lH  nr.iintit  iitteiitlun  on his wiiv lioiin- from ������ Unin'l b������l������������ i'"' il ���������** '",l w!'11'. ,A H!������--ly i1'111'1, Clin  iticetiiig  in   Oriiiigi'vill*!.    With  him Ih* ivstori'd t*> lienlth \vith it few doses  tnemher /*ir a .-tifo .'iii.iliiu.'ficy, hut , w.ls (*,,,,), ||jny '| h.iinpHoii, of Mitch- i-'f  Hiiby s  Own  'Iiiblcts,  wliii'li  euro  whetlier, ns sum.' -ny, his private for-   ,,||, nnot.ii-r o'rntigi* c*'|.*brlly nnd a !cnli(\ itnligcstion, ounKtiimlion, teeth,  tunc wiih not Inn?** i-mnigli In wnrrnnt   8r,,���������t jolu������r,   Th" colonel nt Unit limn hxv irotililen nud  the (itn.'i' disorders  Hitch it nt������*p iii ii .niuilry where tin-   was Mayor nf f-oiithiiiitpttiit,   II** is u fioni   which   vontlg   ������;ll']llir11 . K", , '  ���������M^ip!.''!-   r.*|ir"M'ii!-i!iv-   ree.'iv..   no   gr������������������t booster nf his lioiin* town mid Mr*. Thus, Whltiiig,_>\nterford, unt.,  ftnlnri--      ,,r    ulnl l,..w    1,,.    ,������ .. ,    l--..    1-. I .       V .  salary, or wtifther he win Ion nidi  it-undent lo nlly hiinscll with nny pull-  ticul  iKirty, lie 'Ii-i-j l,-| ii.*t lo it pt  tin* offer.  It liitppcii.-.l that Andr.-w |), White,  llriit presith'tit of t*.,rn������*lI University,  was on a visit. Ui Kni'iintil in twin, ntnl  While   there   hnd   nu   interview   with  Mr  (���������rent Ik  irot'Ut.'ii  8ubmsrlnsi.  Rlwtrlcliy |m tin* only motor powor  imod lu nuiit-uirlnt- boats,  Tbt Romsn Emptrors.  Tho lli'it Uiiifit'i'ii lloniitti omporor*!  nil Himv'-d flielr races clenti, Tlifre ih  n itiiririiii bunt ri*|iri������wontln������ Nero with  ii br-itrtl. but It Is nut bellevwl tu Uo  tiuilii'iiilc  illy MfarH to it ns the Chicago ;nnys; "I Imye use.1 Unity ������ Own lab,  of ('tiniKlii.  ���������Un|it. Th.nniw.in invite.l -M* i" my hoine for soine yt'iim und  tin-colonel uii'l iti|*.th.*r fricii'l to Imvf woiil'l  not 1������' without them.    I  tlmi, ...���������   ...���������.,.NI���������t,v���������   ,���������r  lunch with him at tin* King Kdward. |tli*'in jtwt the right tn*-.lu-'ti.- I**i little y0ttr bunts ml  -iruvhiu-t n  In Un* rol'iiiidn b"for������' liincli, linppi'ii. *������n.'H.'   S<il<l by nnd cincdcnler*' or by; COrds.    Tlio tiew-cotfturs t  lug to meet Un* steward of thn hotel, mnil nt art cents a box Irom ilu-   >r. -^7, IM coiitpunnl with 24.2U  Thoinpsoti  itilrodiieeil  tin* colonel to W'illiuniH' M.'ilit'ititi   to.,   Brockville,; moo. tlio iiicruuno in nil n������i  him lis the Mayor of Chieiig**, ti'lling |Ont,  Hmith.   ���������Alio,  luiviim  n<* special   *.liIll ,|���������,y W(ir���������' KUi���������j, t��������� |,;iv;, "ju,',;,'j;  6Hij������loyinent, iJ-Li-lly n> pt*"l tl   Immigration Record Btatsn.  Tho   InmiJgnitlon   tor   April   this  -- '   ���������'���������������������������' ���������       nioiitbly ro-  totnllnd 4%,.   _.,aa7 for April,  11)00. tlio incruuHO is OH per cent, Ar*  rivals via ocean ports numbered  127,8*24 coiu-iurutl   with   ll,0!iS during  "I thought you declared nft**r your  marriage that wild horses could not  drug you Inick to the ntngep"  "They didn't," replied the notm-ts  "I cninc in 11 taxi  tin*   fare  Ledger.  " replleil   xi,   Hny, do you know  tu     Ktinii?,'-l,}i{l������.lel|.lilit  Minard's Liniment Cures Dlitemptr,  Hero's a po>*or for the glrlm Why  Ih tin unihi'i-llii like ymir mI I'twnist?  HwniiNP it i.4 generally ho.iketl beliind  vour hack,  Don't Imngliie for 11 in inn In Unit you  can kill all the liion In yonr house in  a tiny with one or two Fly I'lnK Two  of Wilson's l*'ly Puds for each window  of the infected room", will, In-wovcr,  clear them nut In short order,  "Wero you mitisfied with the moving  van men you liiulP"  "Not nt nil.   They didn't leavo nny  f    nr  *���������'"���������'��������� rdnnnn  nf ftimitltrf* fin til*)  front lawn for the noifflibors to sou.' ���������  Detroit frruo I'ticu.  The Pittttor���������lt is voiy wrong, Indeed,  to profit by other people's niiHlnkea.  The Parishioner���������Then you don't  take n fee fur marrying people*, oh,  parson?--Bro������iiii)g'fi Miigiizine,  WnrniH feed upon the   vitality of  children and endanger their liven,   A  1 Dimple and I'ffoi'Utit euro in Mother  drove*' Worm lSxtormlnntor,  Kvery man tliink*t thnt tlio obttroh  he Ih 11 member of doi������n tho tno-tt  l>eg������ing.  Red, Wesk, Wssry, Watery Bysi  Rflleved by Mnrlna Kye   Rented*/.  Try Murine for your Ly������ Troulilo*.  Ynu will Hki* Murine.    It   Boothos.  ht)e nt Your Druoglsts. Writs forKys  Books Free.     Murine Eye   Remedy  Co,, Toronto, S  It Is almost as cany for sotnn men fo  keep it proiiii-i' n������ ti, i* tut  su,.,..  v,  us; 11 to ViM'ji n "forA  in 11,,,  1U.1. Dr. Hniitli  i;tii,-l:iiii| (or bis  bi> HP-, in**  [K������,rlv xiipplieil with  t|tl|i'tly runt hone- t*  ciillfctioti of KM-"'" ���������.'iliitiie-,, wlii.-ii tm  prit.-iciiteil 'iti 1h''*i nrnv,*aj| I" Curimll.  A[t**i  thi"* V'lU- *i! Itloien. Hit* lllli- I  vorsity bavin*? b*"U ���������>.-.l-r*rlistti*������l, li*  rntie- to Tor'ititu, wln*ri> then' were  thru- f.iiiiilii s i*l 0: f*'i,-iti\'i"*, itii'l  where  be ciitild   !���������������  nenr Cmiiell,   hi  V������l,,. ii    ,,1:    i,, ,'.i    ,1    i,   .. ..   ..���������(.-,,I    ;,!   if  N������r,*ilU|i.     lie   boil,-bl   ,1   11 .11.,'   Ill   the  Hfoi'l.tun tli-,lri'*t (miii tin- f;*th������T of  I'l/ll". M.iKi.-'Iritli' D* ������������������i-i'itt. ,tn i liV'-t  there whili* ll" t"lii.ll'l'i| ii|i|*le ' He  (ll'l not int.-ii'J tn O'fiinin ;tl**;iyi in  T'*r*>*>'", but b<* eh-i'it-i'l bit niiti'l  wh.-fi   lie   rimrrt*'������l.   'I b-  event   took  JilH**������- 111  l"li*.  lm* t.ll'le oe.iltl  ti,.-   *ll  ������'*��������� of WiHi'iin  IL-nry  ll'*iill������n, who  thirty >*-:if������ U-fi,r<-, \sit< Mayor **f T**-���������  touUi,  ,,n 1   who  *.v*li>il   the  (irungi*  '"a b*t  **f t.l'l   I'.niil.v.A ut ik-w Van  n*la."    Mr*.  Butilt.nt't n**ii������l<-u .n.uti*  .Waa ll.ir.'.it   i..'i/.il".'..'j  .Mum  Dtsun  Itlllll   alter   llie   eilllll**   in-   *i*i'   n.iii.ii  tbu t'beek, which  wits lor ������'a���������Vi, ilife  never   _ ���������  ! Lipplncott ������.  Wonderlul  Piece of Work. I   -Tlirl front Country- <lon't nee whnt  I-n.bably Iho n.iH woi.ilniiil ,..-������������������,. 'kiml <*f n pli.ee I could   net.     Ihero  ,.le ���������i Wood.e..rvi..g ������.f it, kind that :������������'��������� "Min^,,h,7,Lk,,v**i'J.?,,'"  r.ii..-i.lft  can   fiiriii.li   i-  not*  at  tin*      Kinplnymcnl    Agentr\ery    sinijil*  I'lin.'idiiiii   Archivi's   Mtiiliiinu',  nl   tit.  Ill,'-It,    .Wirt'   It   I.-   iH'ilIJi   tl-i-l',11 it,   pie.  Iniuiiai*,'    lo   exhibiting    H   lo   tlm  ll i.iki*-. tho f'Ttn "I a urn,pi. ti.  inii'lel 1.1 t'nebec City, n������ tt v*.is- in  l-f-O i' i- more tbnii 'V*l .ipim,- |,-,-i  nt ;tr .1 .nu' it llni-b*"! with in*- 1 ev-  .pii-������it,������ ,|*<t<iiln, Coiitincined in l,;i.,, it  t i L.tit H'l-itU'i* lliilH-r-.'! r it- milk-  i-r, ���������'ub'uit ten year* t" ������<*tn|.J,-t.- n,  l������>ii*������ 1*4 r wti������ ������-ii,pl"j. I ... '., 1 .,,.*',  ent-iti'-.-r s filllco Otnl. 1* wild to huvit  tjt't 1,     -.'If     tlingllt.     Ill"     III'* del     WIN  l������r������i..ibl)- iiiitdt! iur niilttitry pnipo,'..,  U-iitrf *<-tit t������ W*"il*i**li nr-'titJ. Kiit*.  tttii-l, wb."*������ it wa* k**pt until r,-������*fijUy,  ��������� 1,.oi tt *#t r*t������rt(������-d tu Ciiiwln.  .Iu������f n*lverti������n yotirm-U f** a mnid of  ���������tH <>ori:    M'-vf-vmlorfer Hbiettcr,  "Whnt T witttt," xfild the tbcidricitl  tiiiitiit(z*'r. "1* ������ yeiitiu*-' n,.>iU>.'  "Honi**thiug reiilisinj-' H-k"l tin1  pbnwriflbt.  "Ye*; but 1 don't van) atty rtnl  iiiii/i'i****' "r real iiitvnl ���������tf-*n**t.-r*. or  n������'l llvtfttftrk, or renl b������ttlc# in it."  Tb<- piny* right 1*v.fc-**| *������'t������rtly  f������i-mirbtftfl fittil, nft*r it pitti-f', iiiqttlt.  ,.,l. "flow- wotlbl tt d" tn iprmif ������nit.-.  tblnf* on the public with renl actors in  it'���������"-Life.  W. N. U., No. IN.  MAOL  IN CANADA  Royal  YEAST  CAKES  MOST  PflRfFXT madi:    <,  HrubMtnCanEda.faYoHlo  Veait over a quarter of a  century* Enough for 8 ctt  to produce 80 large loaves  of fine, -wholesome, nour-  Jiriin*-*, riorne*mar!e brenri  Do not exp������riment---ther������  It nothing "juit at good,"  ������%w. oiLirrrco.LTD.  M    .       TOUOUTO, OUT, ��������� ,  AwmomI Idttbiift Immmh m%  *llfj**N*aa^  -**L/,vi. \&1&\ \  ol  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Eczema Is  A  Not  Blood Disease  ror This Reason  Internal Treatment  Fails to Cure���������Success of DR.  CHASE'S OINTMENT  Experience with the uso of Dr  Chase's Ointment will soon convince  .anyone that Eczema is a diseuse of  the skin nnd not of the blood.  A large percentage of the cures  brought about by Dr. Chase's Ointment are after the patient has become  tired of tedious internal treatment  ���������with,no apparent result.  Apply Dr, Chase's Ointment and it  ���������is not long until there is relief from  BRANDED BY TARTARS.    j|  A Greek  Robber Who Wat Tattooed  '  From Head to Foot j  A remarkable case of tattooing came:;  __^__ j to light In 1'rofeusor Hebru't- lecture j  I room io u hospital ia Vienna a uum- ,  ment cured me completely." j ier 0f ������eurs ag0,   xhe mau was tbe  without benefit.    Dr.   Chase's   Oint-, BubJw,t of H-l8t.ture. and oue ���������f the  Mrs. Chas, Gilbert, Haystack, rln-, ���������������������������,���������., ��������������� ������_���������, ..,,���������������������������,,., i,.��������� *n- ��������� ;  centia Bay, Nild., writes ?-"I was a ������-JW,at0��������� ot **?* mtat0* W-��������� ?r '��������� I  sufferer from Salt Rheum for ten j broaz* 8'atm Ue was tattooed from  vears and was cured by eight boxes of! hmd t0 foot* aml ���������* a quarter of a |  Dr. Chase's Ointment. 1 am heartily1 square inch of bis entire person was i  thankful for this cure and want to re.! iutuct j  commend  Dr. Chase's    Ointment   to     The skin  presented an appearance J  STOMACH MISERY  BJUISHED BY "FBUIT-i-TliES"  other sufferers,"  Dr." Chase's Ointment is wonderfully  soothing and healing. By its antiseptic powers it cleans out the sore9,  stops the agonizing itching and soon  sets up the process of healing which  the dreadful itching and a beginning! means thorough cure, if the treatment!  of the process of healing up the sores  When you have tested this soothing,  healing ointment you will wonder why  you ever wasted time with internal  treatment for eczema.  Mr.   A.   D.    Macauley, Stornaway,  Que,, writes:���������"I hnd itching eczema  ���������many  remedies   and   several  doctors  is persisted in.  why not get the cure started to-day  Tf you are a sufferer from eczema or  any form of inching skin disease you  will thank the day you heard of Dr.  Chase's Ointment. 60 cts. a box, all  dealers or Edmanson,   Bates   & Co.,  on my leg for over five years and tried Toronto, Can.   Write for free copy of  Dr. Chase's Recipes.  Canadian Pacific Railway  Summer Tourist  Excursions  TO  Eastern  Canada  AND  Atlantic Coast  WEST  TO  Pacific Coast  TRAVEL EAST  VIA  Lake Route-5 Steamships  each week between Fort -William, Port Arthur antl Owen Sound,  Fast Express Train Daily between Winnipeg and Toronto.  Through   Couches   and   Sleeping  Cars   and  Dining  Cars  oh  all  .through trains. ���������    .  resembling tbe tracery of au exceedingly rich cashmere shawl. The coloring wus done with indigo principally,  wltb enough red Inserted here aud  there to give it effect. His name was  George CoDstantine, a Greek by blrtb.  wbo witn a bund of robbers entered  Chinese Tartary to commit depredations. The Rd-iR was captured, aud  this man. wfth others, was ordered by  tbe ruler to be branded io this manner.  On the palms of his bands letters  were tattooed wblcb explained that be  was "the greatest rascal and thief in  the world." It took three months to  tattoo him. the Indigo being pricked  Into tbt������ skin. Tbe designs represented elephants, lions, tigers and birds,  with letters worked in between. A  couple of dragons ornamented bis  forehead. He said his body swelled  up very much at the time and ever  since bud been sensitive to changes In  the weather.���������Westminster Gazette.  KEPT TAB ON THE FLIES.  MR. ALCIDC HEBERT  Stratford Centre, Wolfe Co., Que.  "I have been completely cured of a  frightful  condition   of   my   Stomach  through the wonderful fruit medicine  'Fruit-a-tives'. I could noteat anything   dress, wblcb seemed to attract tbem.  but what I suffered awful pain from '. They hud tiie fresh, silvery look of  The Way These Germ Carrier* Travel  Long Distances.  In tbe summer of 15408. as chairman  of tbe New York Men-bants', association committee on water pollution  (which carries on a warfare ttgniust  flies us a -nuisance gr-wiug' out of  wuter pollution/.. I was engaged in an  effort to induce (wo of tbe railroads  entering New Vork to remove the hugo  manure heaps which tbey maintained  on the Newark meadows near tbe  tracks.  I visited the place one day with an  inspector, and after we had looked It  over we boarded a street car which  passed It, bound for Newark, about  Ave miles awny. A woman wearing  a new alpaca dress got on It ut the  same time; so did forty-two flies,  which my companion nud 1 counted  after  tbey   bad  settled   on   tbe  new  INVIGORATING TONIC  FOR RUN-DOWN PEOPLE  Your blood hu become thin and weak.  The drain upon your lyitem ihe put few  months hat been very great.] You are con.  sequef'ly feeling " all out ol aorti" and  "rundown." Your appetite u bad and  you hardly have enough energy led to do  your daily dune*. You ihould take  PSYCHINE. ihe greatest of Tonic*, with,  out delay. Thi* will put you oo your (eel  at once.  Gentlemen:-."! have used PSYCHINE  and 1 do think it i* the greatest tonic and  system builder known. I would advise all  who are run-down or physically weak to  use PSYCHINE.", Yours Utily, Mr*. Ja*.  Bertrand, Wert Toronto.  If jaa ar* w������Ut PSYCHINE *Vt biU rea ***������������������������.  Far Sal* ht all Orattjicti ft DmJot, Sic. * *I  ���������arhcttla.  Dr. T. a. SLOCUM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  A DELICATE HINT.  For tickets and all information'   apply  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY,  or  a e. Mcpherson,  ' General Passenger Agent,  to    any    ticket    agent  Winnipeg, Man,  Misunderstood  worry   you   will  pay  get  you  your  this  "Don't  money,  but I  can't  month.",.  "That's what  month."  "Well, haven't I kept my word?"-  Judge.  Many ot Them  Uncle���������Well, I suppose you  The Present Girard Sent to One of His  Ship Captain*.  One of tbe sea captains in tbe employ of Stephen Girard. tbe founder ot  Girard college, had a rural Yankee's  fondness for whittling with bis jack-  knife and on one trip succeeded lu getting away with a large part of the  rail, although, feeling that he was not  Indigestion.  My head ached incessantly. j  I was told to try 'Fruit-a-tives' and ;  sent for six boxes. Now I am entirely j  well, can eat any ordinary food and '���������  never bave a Headache." j  ALCIDE HEBERT.     !  S-oc. a box, 6 for $2.50, or trial box, ''  35c.   At all dealers or  from Fruit-a-  tives Limited, Ottawa.  His  Task  "Did you do much sight-seeing when  you went abroad?"  "No," answered Mr. Cumrox.  "Mother and the girls did the sightseeing. I had to put in my time find-  ing the places where they cash letters  of credit."���������Wasp.  the newly hatched fly and tbe tiy Instinct which moved them to start on  their travels ut the earliest possible  moment and thus keep the species  from dying out in any given locality.  We both watched those flies carefully. Bight left tbe car when we  reached the outskirts of Newark,  three miles away. About half a mile  farther on .seven more got off. Others j  left at  Intervals., until  nearly  all  of j  Not a Contractor  Centipede���������"Here, boy! I want my  shoes shined."  Boy���������"Den ye'll have f go t' de  those left got, out with the majority j blackin' fiict'ry; I don't'do no whole-  ofthe passengers in front of a church.������������������*sale.jobs."  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria,;  ��������� : ;  j  The Rev. J. Birch Reynardson, rec-l  tor of Careby with Holywell and Auns- j  by,   South   Lincolnshire,   is  probably!  one of. the oldest beneficed clergymen  in the country.   He has been the in*-  cumbent for sixty-six years and his  life   links   back   to   the     reign   of  without  the artistic sense,  be really   George III.  regarded tbe rail as greatly Improved  in appearance.   When tbe vessel came  to Philadelphia, Girard went aboard,  made a general inspection In tbe captain's absence and as be was about to  return to shore asked one of tbe seamen  wbo bad been cutting the rail. ! _���������__i  -Tbe-seaman-told-him-tbe-captain-and-7-ns^��������� i^T������������l;^������������"5^awr^in~r^^'  then, afraid bis telling might have un-   ���������mPj.Re������ef f1��������� Cure V*11  PANGS AND TORTURES  OF A WEAK STOMACH  telling might  pleasant consequences were tbe captain to learn of it iu a roundabout way,  Informed tbat official "of tbe interview  wltb Girard.   The captain was In terror of a reprimand, but, bearing noth-     Indigestion is a condition in which   assuring: them that they were satisfied  ing from bis employer, 'supposed tbe "?e stomach is more or less unable to   with tbelr accommodations,  incident   closed.    As   be   was   about j"igest the food.   Even a light case of!    0r|)er meil (1|.iftw- ,n ���������nd tr)ed t0 ������������������.  be Obtained Through  Dr. Williams'PinK  Pills.  Four remained on the dress until tbe  wearer left the ear at tbe'end of tbe  route, five miles from the point from  which they bnd started, and I suppose  they went home todinner with her.  One summer morning last year 1  took a seat tn a Delaware and Hudson dining car as It started from A1-.  bany for Lake Chatiiplain. Several  Albany flies were fellow passengers.  1 observed two of tbem resting on the  shoulder of the woman who sat opposite me at table. Evidently it was  not yet tbelr breakfast time, for they  kept tbeJr places all through the meal.  Those flies didn't shift tbelr positions materially until we reached Saratoga. There, as the train stopped, they  were visited by'a local delegation, as  It seemed to me,-the members of which  apparently conversed with them in fly  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Garget   in  Cows.  I Knicker���������The census considers you  1 a resident of a house if you sleep tHere  i regularly.  Bocker���������Suppose the baby keeps you  ! awake?���������New York Sun.  together of their probosces means.  Perhaps tbey were a reception committee recommending the Saratoga hotels, but if so they were disappointed,  for the Albania us shook them off ns if  There is no poisonous ineredient in  Holloway's Corn Cure, and it can be  used without  danger or injury.  How happy is he born or taught,  That serveth not another's will;  Whose armor is his honest thought,  And simple truth his utmost skill!  DOMINION  DAY  EXCURSIONS  Ft Dominion Doy^ July 1st, the  Canadian. Pacific Pail way Company  announce a rate of fare nnd onf-third  langunge.-if-tliaHs-whaHhe-rubbing^ ^  on sale June 29 to July 1st inclusive,  final return limit July 4. 1910.  but;  got- a  you   told   me.   Inst  good many murks at school this term,  Weighing anchor ready ,0 ^^^^^^.^l^eVaX the! *���������*i"? T'^ T^T T uh  a dray loych-d with shingles drove ;life of the sufferer is one of constant1 8t0PPe,1 at various stations, but with  down to. tbe wbarf, uud the driver and acute misery. Indigestion is re-!.."0 '������������������ore success, for when the train  balled Ihe vessel, 'cognized   by a  burning sensation  in   reached  Bluff Point, which happened  "There must be some mistake!" ;the stomach, bloating, an oppressive! to be the destination of my unknown  ���������bouted tbp cuptnln. "Our bill of lad- feeling of weight, belching wind, pains; fellow passenger uo well as, myself,  Ing doesn't mentlou shingles." !" the region of the heart, often voni.; tne rnltUful two were sitll with her.  "Tills Is where tbey belong," sung 'Jtm������ n"fl nausea, and a dreac of food, So thev were ���������.������������������,, ���������h<, re(!|st������mj ������t  back tbe driver. "Mr, Girard himself {{������ "J^mwe������J ������ w^"; jg,"? *��������� j the hotel desk, nnd for nil I know thoy  told me to deliver tbem. He said they igjvo some T������\\rf. fiu't will never euro! llvp(J happily with her ever after. Cor-  are for tbe captain to whittle." I indigestion,   The work of indigestion j tainly  their attachment  up  to  that   . '.depends,   upon   the   blood and    the j point   wns  striking enough,    It   bud  nerves nnd the-only way to cure in-! lusted for n Journey of 10,** miles, and  digestion is to so tone up the slom-j if tn(,y h(Mj ,���������,v (]|S(m8e germs about  'toll that it will do the work that nature intended it should do, The very  best wny to cure a weak stomach is  through n bourse of Dr, Williams'  Pink Pj'Iu, These renew tbo blood,  strengthen the nerves nnd thus give  tone to the stomach, ami enable it,to  "Bread," sfid thp lecturer, "is the  corner-stone of health,"  "By Jove, Pollv," said Jinks, on the  way'homo, "that fellow mu^t have  heard of your biscuits,"���������HaTper's  Weekly.  8*lf Examination.  Kvery man's life is an Imperfect sort  of circle which be repenleth aud runneth over every day. He hntb a set  of thoughts, desires and lui-lluatlens  which return upon blm In their proper  time and order and will very hardly  be laid aside to innko room for nny-  them they succeeded In delivering  them wltb more expedition tlinii if  tbey luid sent them by t-!tpreHs.-Ed-  ward Hatch, ,'r��������� ill Siihui'luiii Life.  [���������'rciklio?  Freddie���������Yes,   uncle,  somo of them still hurt.  rather;   and  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc,  A LoikIs doctor hits declared that nn  unconscious person will not drown so  , quiokly iih a person in possession of  'bin faculties. So that, gentle render,  if ever you are in (lunger of drowning,  ���������your plan is to become unconscious  with tho Icnst possible dolny,  Snakes are unpleiiwint reptiles and  most ladles would pet very much excited if they knew there were tl)rue fir  four in the hou*������e, Yet sniikes nn*  cleanly ami nun-t kinds nro harmless,  but the houso flies you allow to live in  -your kitchen nml dining-rooms nre  probably loaded with germs of infee-  lions innl ileinlly dismisn. The remedy  is found in the constant use of Wilson's Fly Puds during tho summer  months. No other fly klllor compare*  with them.  A Household Medicine.���������They that,  are acquainted with the sterling pro-]  portics of Dr, Thomas' Keloctric Oil in  the treatment of niiiiiy ailments wou'd |  not lio without it in the house. It is |  truly a household medicine and as it,  is effective in dealing with ninny or- i  ilinnry complaints it is cheaper than!  11 doctor. Sn, keep it at linnil, ns the  call for it may cotne movt uncxpect-;  edly. j  thing uew nnd uncommon, so thut call; do its work with enne. nnd comfort  upon   blm   when  yon   ploaae  to seti^0 ono differing from indigestion in  about tbe study of bis own heart and  you uro mire to llud blm pre-engaged.  For severn 1 years the ute nf wheat  flour has been Increasing ami the use  of rye Hour deorensing in Germany,  Practically every up-to-date Druggist, nroeer nnd General Denier now  soils Wilson's Fly Pads,  l'i'rkiiiH-~Did you seo Morgnn's new  iitnohine?   '  Jerkins���������Not In timo.���������Smart Set.  lilt her be bus some business to do or  souk* company that be must entertain  or some cross nceldent hath put lilm  out ot humor nud unfitted blm for  sucU n gruvo employment. And thus  It Cometh to puss that n mnn can never find,leisure to look Into himself, lie-  cniisi* be doth not sot npnrt some i*or-  tion of tbt* day for thnt vory purpose,  but foolishly deferroth front one day  to n mil her until his glass Is almost  mn otii nnd be Is culled upon lo glvo  a miserable nmiutit of himself In tbo  other world,-Demi Swift.  even the slightest, form should neglect,  the trouble for nn instant; to do so  means thnt it obtains a firmer hold,'  and dnilv the misery nnd suffering is>  inormisflil, nnd the cure made moroi  tlifilciilti At the fir*-*! upprivch of the:  trouble Mav Dr. Williams Pink Pills j  end it will 'Rneedily di'appear, These'  Pills will.cure even the most ohstin-'  nip enso of indigestion, hut naturally'  it takes longer to do so,   Mr, Philip  A Census Question,  Here is u sample of one of thp tests  given to the tneti who took the tmtni-  liintlon to be census eiiuineriitoi-s. The  test Is not exactly ns tt appears on tlio  question sheets, but Is given from tbo  memory of one of tbe men who took  the oxnmliiutlou:  Snrnli Greeu ont! Jim Brown were  mnrrled lu London, They lived there  four yours*-, One child was horn to  thorn. Then tliey omlurutcd to the Unit-  Send Your Money  BY  DOMINION EXPRESS GO,  Money Foreign  Orders and.       Drafts  The cheapest, safest nnd most  convenient way td remit money  to any part of the world.  Rateo   for     Domestic Monsy  Orders,  ?5 nnd under .1 cents  over    5 to $10     ��������� fl cents  over  10 to   ,'10 10 cents  over   00 to   CO 15 cents  Money sent bv Telegraph and  Cable to all principal cities.  Travellers' Cheques Issued.  Agencies in all CP.R, Stations.  I   Pills   for   Nervous   Troublss,-���������Tho  I stomach is the centre of the nervous  !,Hyntctii, nnd when tlio stoinnoh sun*  "T sen vou have nnninil ottn of vour ! nm]* ������������������*'������������������ ���������*���������>*'���������' ������c,,'������������    <���������'���������'*    ���������"���������''"'H   Is  I sen you tinye nnincii one ot your * ���������,������������������,,���������<, ,��������� (|)H,.ur|,lu,ces of the n-rv.-s  A Ssrloui Mlstnks  11 hnve nnmed or  bonis Hiilty," snld the lonfer  ���������nhargt* of tlio bonja nt the Jnkeiilde; ()���������,  0V������nsit|ernllon  Is  t  A Phsasant's Blind Flloht.  ftpenklng of Hit* linhltn'of phunssntr*,  HiiIIi'.v'h Mngiixdne Hil.vs) ,  "A vary etirlotiM InckWili* wns iwnril-  ed In October, ISIKI, ,A hen phonsniit  wns Unshod In it Held of turnips, nnd  as she uot up flew Into, n pines of rot*  ttm, wet leaf, which clung around tier  liead, eoiiiplt*l(*ly envi'lo|iliig It fliitl  blindfolding bor. Hbe kept nhosd tn  wind, so tbnt tiie wet Iont still re*  :T,n<leur,   St.   Jerome,   Que  "After I left college,    when  i studied hni'tl for four -/ears,  i'il so much from indigestion  that I  fount] it hard to enm iny living,   T  tvns  tnuilili"!   will hlil"  pnins,  11  .gloating feeling, and a sourness in  'the stoinitch, This led to a loss of  'nnpetitf* nml I li������'g'in to show signs  of a nervous breakdown, 1 trietl sev.  ernl tlifferent irentiiients without find,  ing any tippnretif relief, and my nerv-  nus Hysf-'in had grown so sluitlered  that 1 eoultl not work. A priest who  wns interested In trie advised me to  try Dr, WilllimiH' Pink Pills, an.] T  followed his inlviee, It was not long  ln'fore they beg'in to bring me buck  tn ltenlth, nnd in the cour������n of 11  ciiuple of moiitlu my stoiimch was ns  sound   ns  ever:  my  nervous  system  says,��������� ed States, A child was born to them  I had l on tbo ocean, Thoy lived In Now York  T suffer- for nine yours, diirlng which time  tbroo moro children worn born. Thon  th������*y moved to Ohio, and another child  was born, Then Snrnli find Jim (lis-  Bgrcod und wero divorced, nud Hnritb  mnrrled nuothor iiniti, nnd a child wns  born tn the new union, Jim munntltno  wus tintiirall/.i'tl.  The probluiii wns to plneo tho various fuels ou llie etitiiiiernllon blank us  they should npiteiir when tliu census Is  tnkon.-Coliiinbiu Dlsputcb,  ���������#**���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  VETERAN SCRIP i  FARM LOANS  We will accept a first mortgage on improved farm land nnd  sell you Veteran Scrip in this  way nt regular ciibIi price.  Write to-day for lonn application  YOUR OPPORTUNITY 18 NOW  Canada Loan & Realty Co., Ltd.  Winnipeg,  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*>>������������������������������������������  Fighting lbs White P'sgus,  TJmler iCKhdiitloti enacted In 11)05 tbo  Danish govern ment pnys tliroo-fourtbs  of the I'xpeiisus of ull poor persons  ������v    ..     . 1    . .. .    .... If 11J owed to persist, nervous debility,   iiuilned plimlerwl over littr eyes, nnd strong nnd vliroron*, and 1 have Hinee     .    .   . '     . .'       ������      .    (  ������������Yoh," reoincd tho mnn who hnd | ��������� {]iinw>xom ailmentnmv eiiHtic,   Tin' In this nlltrlit fluttorml lilnhor till she "nioyet   he hes  of hen th.   I own nil t wno "7,,ro '������ " ',���������," V    '"   ,wr\ ",  '--* "' ���������������������������- ��������� '- '*���������'"*���������'-'"''���������! ""f romtmtwtumtty uiHtc      -^  1 r   I'fJJS'j; Si  'nk  ���������," ���������" nr   Wllllnn.s' Pink PIII-. f*-r ������Ih smiiliiirlum-i.   When the hoNpltnls  'How enn It cnuso troubloP" queried  the bonlinnii,  11  iKHitiue fxhiiusti-d nnd grnduslly stink  gain.  itieiiey with which pbens*  lltroiigli windows, somntlines  with fatal results, Is thought to tie tins  { to tbe bird In Its haste bolng deceived  I.I'Ie Kphru'm says���������De man whnt, by the refltx'tlun In tbe glass of tbe  *u*r^rr.4r.,,fiort',. Do/,t yoxl. Hk?.u', iHtonmch to proper fiction, nnd there is    ��������� "',li nu  "Oh   It's nothing to me," rejoined ! ������������������ r(,Hll|l,r r.mV.ly for this thnn Pnr-      ,.!,!,���������",'���������*'  the lonfer, "but its   llnblo   to oiiuhu ; ,������������������]���������,,������������������   Vegetnhle   Pills,    Tbottsnn.ls I      *��������������� wi  ���������troubln." j ,,nn ntte-t Iho virtue of Miese pills in I ������������������������������������H V ������������������"  mat* t, t \   a     ���������.11 *      a a, t * 1    ������,lil.    #.>���������.. I    *���������  Hiring norvouN disorders.  which I ftltntt nlwnys f*el erateftil,  Hold by all medicine denhrs or by  mail nt 50 cents n bo** or dx boxes  for fiJftf) from TV Dr. Wflliiinis'  Medicine d.,, lVoekvllle, tint.  "Why," rnplted   the   other,   "every      .        fool thnt comes along will think it's up j miiken expliiniiHtiunu alius has oxpliui., Isudscnpo behind tl."  tf  '.'.!'.!'. !!   ri..*; !1.   . . ��������� !' usi.ui..-, 41. ti.i.kti, , ������������������ ���������  lUox-"Tli.*i'.  hnin,    What  " goes   Hkinny   Wind-  do   you   supposo   no  under foiixirtieiltin urn completed Don-  mark will turn* one bed lu tuberculosis  bospliuls or Miiiiltarlmns foruyery Ji'Ot)  liihnliltiiuiH, n fait whirl) will iiioaii  tintl Hie leuglli uf truHliiieiit can be  poiisldernbly ujiteiided, In tbe UuIttHl  States there Is uuu bod for every 4,800  lrti:'.!-!!:*.-.!'.*.  Dainty Silver  Poumlng a thirmt'iiiffetf  only by lis llm mrho  qviltty, illnrwirt rmrkea  "1847 ROGERS BROS?  fl fir* rtady cholct of lho$t  who wtntlht batt In hint,  forfti, ipoenfi������������,  But Hi uth rfliMi, ���������#������������������!'���������������������������,  ������������., ������ri iltmpi4  MCRIDeNINITlCO.  HU ������*��������� ItADIHIt M4I.IU  "StlturPlati that Wtan*  TEN FOR TEN CENTS  Sitiigahatomar ZJut*llen,  Tlte teaelicr of ono of the grades In  ��������� .primary school was tutonlshed to  receive Hie following communication  from the parent of n pupil:  l>������*r Mla*������-Thlrtkln������ It mlirr* h*������*m������  ntH.ii>*>*.>, 1 iiumij tpv* yui* (lairmlaamn  to b***t my son ���������n*/ilm* It Is n*e#i*ary  to lam him hi* Itwons. My Tom ts put  like his fsthtrs you have to Ism htm with  ��������� Hint*, just you pound nolodge Into him  Iho way | want. Don't *>sy ne attaniion  to what his father says, t will handle  him.  ���������Cincinnati Pammefrlsl Tribune.  Knox���������"Weltfbed l*t bl������ own bnbmco'  li** prubiilily weighs n ton: on ordmnrv  jxhick scnlt's he wntilij weight nlitnit IIOi  pounds, nnd In the estimation of bi������  t'cltthbor* h*������ *r*lKht   possibly   weight  iibout fight ounces,"  Built by Cortss.  It Is said Hint the flrsr hospital t-vnr  built In Aiiii*iII1 win* tfc< Iih] by tbo  rlpuiibird t't������ni������s m (In* f'lly of MexWo  In 1MM.    It wns i������tn|o������i*t! out of the  The Rtgnt t������ Wark.  I>i*am of the Village Oiwheatra -1  don't Mr* what yw 4������ Uf, tbt tone  ain't flnlslNd.   I've only hit 'an dree  1 'nftdetnl aa* tlttaee timet Inttettf of  , fower 'ntwiefa, at to nf atmn^l^e-  ��������� eee Veeee.  DODD'S ''f/  >kidney;  i'il PILLS  Vi,    -       r  A)K    V\s^.-^'  i.,"'';.".';Tr,"'\A-"f  '"oiii.'i, - '-  conferred on lilm l'.v the Hpaiilsb  j crown for bis services In Hie coiii|iii*Mt  ! of Alexlt'o The t'lidiivviiii-nt wna no nr-  ; rrtDgetl tbnt it Mill I'xliis nnd Is paid  i at the prestuit d;iy. A supervisor Is  ) nnmctl by tin* llnenl dt'-st'endunt of  ��������� JVirf***! nf prf>"'iif  Poor Appetite  Indicate!-) weakness of the atom-  nch nerves which control the  desire for food, It is a sure  sign that the digestive orguni  need tne Help of  BEECHAMS  PILLS  $mti Vvrywhif, in tlnu* t$ ttata.  ttta  mtketeifeee nee*f-**$*. 1  Hea%te4Mwet*-Uk {  TUB.  flour If*  BritUt.  A new nti'ttnil of pr*"������������-rvln-* flnnt  j ana m-enily been ������*l<������i*i**il with eur*  <*** In l-'iiitUml.   It I* '!"!��������������� by mc-ijis  of enuipreoHliiit.    With bvilmiillc ap-  pnrnttis the flour Ih futieexed Into tbe  forms of i(riek������. tintl ttw int-HMiire dt*  stroys all futiut* *,f t.trvui nre, thus  l ereearttng ihe ll'Hir fntm the rarnt-r-**  J uf Intserts, white It Is *|Usll*i ������ecure  treat e������elA.~Chteamv Jtmrtat.  Brass Band  77������.a tie the  Tima te  OrgmrtUa  Inilramantt, Drumi, Band Mmalt, Et*,  CVCRY TOWN CAN HAVE A BAND  l*)w*>t rtrt-an ���������tar .itintMl, KJaeesuit  (llunt-stton*. matl**! tha   Wrf  arnr Mi illunrttton*. matl**! th  t'rllat  r������r irtrf hin������ in Mutt ar aUakattmrmanra.  WHAIXY,   nOYCK 6 CO., OmTt*i������J  Tofunto, Oiii.., and Wloul^-a-, Man.  W  N. U , Na. W0.  ������-ija <������D^^iiujau  1  -- Its*, >   WW- VHf-S* Mtli'iii*' **i THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  Tie Gumberlanii low a  Issued Every   Tuesday by  the  Comox   St   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  This paper v*. ill nut hold itself  responsible for the opinions uf others, as may appear in its columns  ���������Jrom time to time.  TUESDAY,    AUG. 16,    1910,  i^tmaavamvamavametmm  Form No. 9.  LAND  ACT,  Form of Notioe.  New Westminster Land District,  District of New Westminster.  TAKE NOTICE thnt John 11.  Glanville, of Lund, B, C. occupation atorekeeper, intends to apply  for permission to purchase thq following described la������id,a*---������  Commencing at iv post planted  about 15 chains west oi S, E. corner of T. L. 29141, thonce went 40  chains, thence south 40 chains,  theme east 40chains, thence north  40 chaiiiB to the point of com*  mencment,  JOHN H. GLANVILLE.  Name of Applicant (in full).  Date June 17th, 1910  Form No. 9  LAND ACT.  r-t?'*?  Form of Notice.  New Westminster Land   District.  District of Comox  TAKE notice that Fanny Fran-  ;zen occupation, married woman,  Jjitgtnjs to apply for ptjrmjbslon to  purchase tbe follt7wiTig*^eIoTibT^  land*  Commencing at a post planted  at tiie North East corner of J>t  1015 N. W. D. thence East 80  cliains, thence North 80 chains,  thetii'0 West 80 chains', thence  ���������South 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres  more or loss,  FANNY FHANZRN,  Applicant,  ChavlesFtanjsen, Agent.  Dated May 26th, 1U10,  RUPERT UND DISTRICT  District ol Rnpett-  TA.KE notice tb*t Lille* Eleanor J������*nkin-  ������������������������������, ot Vanuouv-er, B. 0., co-unction, married woman, intend*! to apply for permission t*> purchase the following desoribed  lands:-L.E, Jeokinaon's g.E. o*rner,  O'tomenoin*- at a post planted at the  north east corner of Section 1, Township  -.������������, ihenoo we������t 160 chains, thence north  ���������28 ohiiiau, more or Jess to Georgia L^e,  ibtiice east along tjjo lake shore to Towu-  t-hip line, thenoe smith 38 chains more or  ie*s to plane of couituanoement noutaiaiug  5i0 acrOB, more or leas.  LILLA ELEANOR JENKIKSON,  _. . , ������ w������n. Leslie, Agent.  D������ted June 28rd, 1910  SUPERr LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE, that Lilla Florepoe  J������iikins���������u, of Vancouver B, o. orcupnti. n  Spiuator, intends to apply for perausion  to purchase thekllowiug described land,:  Conimetaoio// at a pott plautet at tbe  uorth east corner of section 36, Town-  s'"ip '40, thenoe south 80 chains, theuce  ��������� tut 80 chain.-, them* north #0 ehaini*,  theuoe eat-t 80 ehaius to phce of C'<m-  menoetnent, ooi taining 6-40 nor** more  or less.  LILLA FLORENCE JENKINSQN,  _ l , . Wui. Leslie, Agent,  Dated June 21st 1910.  RUPERT LAN D DISTRICT  District of Rppei t  TAKE NOTICE that Paddy Glement  Blythe, ot Vancouver, B, C. ocoupatiou  Logger, iuten������is to apply for permtBBtou  to tjarchaae the following described lauds:  Coiumeuoing at a'poat, planted at a post  planted at the southeast ooruer. bt Seo-  tim 18, township 21, nurk-M P. C. fty-  th * S. E. coruer, thenoe n ,rth 80 ch.ins,  thence *t*.et 80 chains, thence south 80  chaius, iheuue e *.bt 80 chaius to plact* ut  commencement, eonwiuing 610 acres  mure or leu*  PADDY CLEMENT BLYTHE  Win. Leslie, Agent.  Dated June 30th, 1910, *  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Distriot of Rupert,  TAKE not oe that Witliain Robinson,  ot Vancouver, B. U. occupation Salesutau  i .tends to app-y ������<������r periiiiawah ta purchase tbefoitowttgd-BCiib=d lai.d-,: 0"in  m*-nctug *t at a poet planted at the 8, E.  coruer of Section H, T .wuahip 21, marked VV. ko-.inson, S. E, corner, theno*-  north 80 chains,, thence west 80 chains,  theuce uoutii 80 cltuio**, tbeuce e*Ht bU  5fifi!���������i2.Rl^_P' couimenQemeut, cout au  ing 640 acres."m^rT^leSsr���������"���������"���������������������������-  WILLIAM ROBINSON  _ , , . Wm. Lesle, Ageut.  Dated Juio 30th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert,  TAKE NOTIOE tbnt Ruth Ke-eiaQUrk  ot Vancouver, B, 0��������� oooupntion married  wouiun.-inteudsto apply t r permission  to purchase the following dogo-iued lands'  Cutnmenoinng at a p st pNuted ������t the  South onstouraor ot Siotiou I, Township  iii, thonce north 80 chain-*, ibwiuo went  80 Chilian, thotica south 81) ohains, tntuoo  out 80 chains l<* pl-tin of u iinmouoohiout,  cm,tainiug Gil) aaros, more or ] tn  RUTH Kl������lA CLARK,  Wm. L*''*li������, Agent,  Dated Jon** 2lst, IfllO,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Dmtriot ot Rtipert,  TAKE NOTICE tbat I, E*iwurd Thorn  !*'���������*���������. *t Vwiouuv , B.C., occuptuum, T*av-  e Jer, iutends to uppiy fur permiS'iou u,  I'nrobaue tno t<i)lo**iiigde>oriiiel  UuiIh:  C'lamtncing ut a p*>.t nlautud a' th  north eaat corner of Seotiuu  12, Towahtp  21, theuco ease 80 chuias, thence south  , 40 ebuiiie, thonoo w*st 46 pbaies more or  las* to Gtbrgitt Lake, thenoe we.terly  ftloiiB uoith shore of lake 85 chain**, more  or leg* tt, where sectiou line bei,wcet������ 8ec.  12 and 18 ji'torseots Inxo, tbeutt; enit bo  ohnias more or lesi to place of comment���������**  meut iiiBoribcd on pott 80 oh*ins to N. E.  corner, E Tboi uUy, aontatning 610 aort-u,  more orlea*.   EDWARD THORNLEV.  ^    ,������������������'���������.        Wm. Leahe, Agent.  Dated June 28th, 1910.    '     ���������        ?  UUPERTLANDIUHTHIOC  District ot Rupert,  TAKE NOTIOK tbst Otorge Normtn  V'nrRley, ot Vancouver, B.O., ocupstion  b ���������mk'keopar, itttendo to ap(-l>* fat farntlf  flm to bnrohitt the f'-lluwiiit- diMorlbed  lnurl-ti- Commonelng at a t out nlitutdd lit  iho tioitth WO.*t cornet of S-o In* 18���������rq*vu  ���������hip 8, |i,**t muriteit (J, N Worlov's S,  W. f-mri.or, Ihoimu uiint B'.i nlm'Ds, tbnime  north 8(1 eh lilm, thonce wi-st, 80 uliMnn,  th nco Mouth 80 ohnlns In pme nf roin-  mancujiunt, uojtaining 0*i.i uoros, more  or Ittn,  QVOWm NORMAN WORSLRY,  Wm, Uttiliii, Agont,  Jl.tnlJvinoCSlb, T.II0.  If Wie-aiajaj****-**!.,  RUrBRrLAKDDISTRIOC  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Hnmnsl Rt.-yy.  den, of Vuucouver, ,B, C, onou-m-iou mit.  ing sa^tnror, iute������ds It* apply for pi rmu  fliou to [minimsa the following tlencribed  liltiditi���������Ooiumenolug fit n p i*t pl������Dti d lit  th*- south *������e������t corner o<* N*-otiou 2, Tti'Vu-  ship 21, th������-ncu nonb 80 oliiin������, lhonue  rnatSO obnitiN, thenoe south 80 chains  the* oe weet 8b ohnlns, tn pl-m*. of oounn  euOBiueut, ooiitntuiii*' G-10 hoiO", nio o or  le������J, SAMUEh RJWDEN,  t- . . .        . Wiih Leslie, Agent,  DaM Junp Slat, 1810,  LAND ACT.  Perm No. 3,  Form of Notkse,  Coast District,  District of Range 1.  TAKE nottde th4  William  Leek,  mt  Vauoouver, oooupation Engineer,  intends  to apply for pemiesiqn to purohttse the  following described lands;���������  Commencing at,������ peat planted on the  beaeh about on* and a lult miles South  Eaat from the South East corutr of C, L.  3358. thenoe North eighty (80) chiius,  thence E**t eighty (SO)'chains,   thence  South (80) ohains,   theuce   We������t   (80)  chains, to pojut of oommeaoement, containing six hundred and forty aaies, more  or less,  WILLIAM LEEK  Nuroe of Applicant  Dated June 4tb, 1010.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notioe.  Coaet District,  District of Range 1,  TAKE notice that Vera a Leek of Vanoouver, occupation Spinster, intends to  apply for permiui������n to purchase the following described lands;���������  Commencing at a poet planted at the  North West oorner of No.l, theuce West  nighty (80) chains more or le s to C. L.  3358, thenoe North eighty (8'J) chaius a-  long O, L. 3358, theuce East e ghtj* (80)  chains, thenoe South eighty (80) ebaina,  t*> the point of oominuticeme.it, containing sis hundred and forty (040) acre-  more or less.  VERNA LEEK  Name of Applioant.  Dated June 4tb, 1910.  J.AN5) ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notiee.  Coast District,  Dietrict of Range 1,  TAKE notice that Elanor Leek of Van-  couver, ooonpatipo Married mimiia, iutends t-< apply for permission to purchaee  the following described lands:-���������  -~Commei^-bg,ataJpj>gi_pIfl'jted at the  North West corner of No. 1, tho*ioe North  eighty (<iU) chains, theuce East (80) chains  thence South eighty (SO) chains, thence  WoBt (80) phnini, to puiut of commence-  meat, ooutuiniog six hundred and forty  aor-?������, more or leso,  EI.ANOR LEKK  Name ot Applicant.  Dotpd Juno 4tb, J910,  HUPRRT LAND D.-.TKIUl'  DmUlotcf Hu^oit,  TAKE Nti'llCK that n fphon Ho th,  ������f Vaaoouvor, B, C, uooup,*tun, bimlt.  he per, iutontiit to apply f<*r [Miniaiiini to  run'hiiHf tlio follotvut*- il������so jb i| l������, d.|���������  H. 8cii*.l), N, W, con-ir, <'"inmt'nnliiii ������t  ft pott pUntt*d on Tow ship 1 ne at ���������oiMi  iM-tp-vrtpf (leorgiivbiko, tliuuu* cuiitU  158 uluins, moro t-rbss tn th" qU'tiU-r  pint bo.wem 8entum III and 80, TVlVif  ahp 0 and 20. tho**.-* amt 4<> chains,  tlienci-jortb 100 obtiim, lh into went W  *l������*i**������, thiifico noufh a un h , it pltou nf  fiouiuieiiivonii'i'li tout in) ������������������; Dili inna,  mo ������ or Inns,      HrEl'illCS *(J.������TH,  v������n������. l������ i,i|f, Agent,  T>.tMrt.TiirtfA������flrit, 1010  -���������---���������--���������)( ���������^ ^^  niHtrint of ltn(i,trt,  TAKE NOTIt'K thnt i*-U< KrwMna, ot  ��������� .noouver, B.C., "CtutM* i< , timkor,in,  t i.tis tu sppiy for (iiiiiu n.-l ii, to litirc'lift-c  ili*1 io)lo������iugihsoiibi'it li������t)ilai-('initn*m I  til.A      ������.*,,,  J    ���������   J)   -l'.'l-*       *   tl       |l       (!���������,*,    I  i *M*.r ot b*0'ion 'M, T'lttrcHbiii:% tliouow  a nth|0ohiiln . tiie ii- wistN)clmliis  I ������* 'On norrb lu olmi'i , i.bi*iiue am Ht>  (MialnS to 1*1 '00 of OOIi||t,imti C*|i|eut, liou-  bit mi* WOHJrei, iii"i". I *������,  ���������Jo 'N' Mt KlNlu,  ���������>IP  (4ui|*.| A nrt.  J'.td J������**rt1I**t, !������;������.  UUPKRT UN/) DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE yUTU'K thtt Hnidt**j Ashby, of  Vanoi*uv������r, H. U��������� oconpation, marrien  worn *n, intoiulH to apply for poimiHsinn  it* piirqiinio th������ following ilttxoitbed laud*;  CjniiiiQttoliig nt fi post vltiiitfjil at the  son'h esst eorinir of Hpotlon 8m, Town-  HhipSl, th#nHB mirtu 80 ohtins, tbenoe  west 80 ohiiin-i, tlimmo south 80 olmins,  thi'Dtio i n*t 80 uhajim, t*������ ji|*o*i of otmim.  ���������'ticement, ouclnhing t)l0������oro*-, mere or  1������������������. JUIDKUAMUBY.'  ��������� ,  , ,      M Win, Lenlie, Agont.  DnleiUunsUlHt, 1010,  Cook'i Cotton Root Compound  -"* ���������      Tbo great UttHnt'"  flltrtntrtb  ���������friil. Boldi������  ftnntrth-No, .  Vood'B rhenJu(Ua*}v  $?JlrtM *Vfl''"*������ Mmt<1������,  ���������r.mii������(uiailnvlif.i*itfe������tTi(*wli'i!e  'iWBW-* "������iklnb "''���������"m .1"**''  ������'������" IkbiHli,, MtatatnaH Umov ICirr*;, i*  IjANJI act.  FormNu, 0.  Form of Notice.  Coast DiB'.rict Ritngel.  TAKR NOTICE th.t KnlierineBrowu,  occupation  widow, iniends to apply for  prtnisnioii to purchase the f. Hot* ing de-  sorided  lands:   G nitneticing at a past  plHtitedtt the nortliea-t onruir of No. 2  (l)eing two miles north of the southwest  comer of No 1) thence north eighty [80)  ohsins,  thonoe wo*t eighty (8(1) chain**,  tbenee south eighty (80) chains,  theuoe  oan eighty [80] obitius, to the  point *-f  Commencement, containing ���������ix buudrod  sad forty [-340) nur������������, mote ar Ions,  KATHERINE BROWN,  Namo of opplicont  Dated Judo 4,1010,  UND AOT.  Form No. 9,  lorrn ol Notice.  Coast District,  District *f Range No I  TAKE NOTIOK that Annie Bremner, of  Bo.lon, ocoupatiou epiuBti r, intniids to np.  ply ior iiermixsion to pmclmso the follow  lug (.lt-scsibod land- -. Commencim* nt a post  planted at tho nurthvost oorner of No. i  (being two miles north of the soutbwoat  corner of No. l)tliouoo north eighty [80)  chains, theuoe emit eighty (80) chuius  thenoo south eighty (80]  ohsins, thftic**  W6(tei*-lity[80)tlniiu������ to point nf cow  u.enoement, otitiUining six liuudrsd suil  fttrttr* (W0) sores, mora or lo.s,  ANNIK imKMNKR,  Nome of Api/licniit,  D*t������dJun������i 1010,  *    ���������** i--        -   ���������   ..  northeast corner of No 6, being four  miles north of the southwest oorner of  No I, thence north 8o chains, thence  west 8o chains, thence south So chains  thence east 8o .chains to the point of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less,  . HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1-91.0,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9, ,  Form of Notice*.  Coast District,  District of Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that Walter Uek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands} Commencing  at a post planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (being three miles north of the  southwest corner of No 1) thence north  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of commencement; containing six hundred and  forty,  640,  acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant  Dated June 4, 10*0,  LAND ACT.  , Form No. 9,  Form of notice.  Coast District Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that William H.  Whalen. of Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the north east corner of No. 6, beinR  lour miles north of the south west corner  ofN**. 1; thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence, south 80 chains,  thence west 80 ohains, to the point of  commencement, containing six hundred  and forty acres, more or less,  WILLIAM H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4U1, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice  Coast District,  District of Range t.  TAKE NOTICE that George Whalen, oi Vancouver, occupation, contract*)!  intend*-- to apply for permission to purchase   the  following described  lands  Commencing at a post planted about ont-  mile west from the north west corner ol  No 3, being two miles  nonb  and two  mile������ west of the south west corner of No  li thence north 80 cnains, thence east 80  chains, thence south 80 chains, more or  let** tn C, I. 3358, thence west, 80 chains  along said license to point of commence'  ment, containing 640 acres, more or less,  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 41b, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Forna No. 9.  Foras of Notiee).  Coast District. R������ng������ 1.  TAKE NOTIOB that Burton Holland, of Vftucouwrj occupation, t������o-  o-iuntant, intends to ar-ply for permission 00 purchase tbe following de*  scribed lends: Commencing et a post  planted et tbe north east eorner of No  12, being four miles north end two  miles west ol the sooth west eorner ol  No. 1, tbenoe north SO chains, tbenee  nest 80 ebaini.thenee south 80 ohain*  tbenoe east 80 chains, to the point ol  enmmeneemeatr, aoatelniog 640 acres,  more or leas.  BURTON BOLLARD,  Name ol Applicant.  Dated June 7th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9.  Form ol Notiee.  Coast District, Range 1.  TAKE NOTIOE that Alex F Bremner, ol Boston, occupation engineer,  intends to apply ior permission to pur*  cheat* ibe lollowiop described lands:���������  Commenciug at s> prat planted at tbe  northeast oorner oi No 18, being lour  mites nortb end two miles weet oi Ibv  southwest corner ol No 1, tbenee nortb  80 chains, thenoe east 80* chains,  tbenoe sontb 80 chains, tbenoe west  80 chains, to tbe point oi commenet-  meot, oontsitiing 640 acres, more or  I-.,.. ALEX F. BREMNER.  Name oi Applicant,  Dated Jane 7,1910.  LAND ACT.       -  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice,  Coast District, Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE rbat John Mora-tie, ol Vancouver.occupation constructor, intend*  to apply lor permission  to purchase the  following   dcBOribed  lander-Commencing at a poet plant*d  at the northeast corner of No 14', being  fi������e miles north and two miles  west of tbe sontb west corner of No 1,  1 hence nortb 80 chuius, tbenoe  weet  80 chains tbenoe  south  80 ohains,  thenee earn 80ob������ios,to tbe point ol  oommeaoement, containing 040 aores,  jn^we=jrJeaj^_=JOHX MOBAVIO,  Name of-Appltcsntr  lated June 6,19J?0  pliun,.,  c ifMt  Ott-U  RbrMRTUNIil'IfTUIUi'  District of Unpen,  rAK* NOriOK tbf Alii KlHMi.r^, -  a*im-a,*-t van-soever H, ('., u-iupatton.  ������toiwi*ra*������hsr, late *J������ t * *ppi> f*-t ymo ia  *������>-���������*��������� buieneae he i*il>'-ing-.���������a.r-i-eti  1 r������ i.i'������-0omi'*enol*lg it* a p hi. p ������<h-*k1 nt  tti������' orth am onum ut Hmiimi ,*���������*>, IW *  abtit 2u, tUon-'o ������t������������tl. ������������������������ ������" In*. l..������in**t  r** t Ht> o! ni a, thoiiti nth nu ulut iih,  th in*-* wn-t DO eh tint-, t 11 ,���������* o w������Mi-  tti , ce������.tnt, **nUt������*ir>j >Ht>  un>i;���������ot,<  1  ADA KLRANOlt iKvK������Nm.N,  ** t      ' ������*, .H'KMl.  HAYtVARD DlftTltfOT.   ���������������������������������������������������������  TAKK NOTIOK that aiitvdiys nftar  (<������������o. I, Clnirica II. IHrstHjt*, of w������i*Ih.  ���������own, Vor'n lalantl, sswinillowrr, Inend  t.i h���������,Ij, f.,r ^rmlatl'ttt t������ li*aae (Ii������f���������ll w  ing <(a������orilHi<t ff*r#ahorfl|~<ion*mei*ciitg Ht  it poat v\iunu\ at tbe Mgli *������n������or u.ard,  M*mt flceubaiijsooith'rlyfMm (he H  W, (i n,(*rnf tbj fnctlooal H. W.,,!,������������-  r ���������* (*. !������.** .*wi. f'ffrtog leiaad, thonof r*tn.  '���������n.gio a s������*ntbflr|y dtl-**mi<*n f ���������|li.**|,������, t|,������  WMfler nf Uw ������fi(������r������ Hna (������������������e|*t*if4t ten  'iii it* fitit'i*"r|y ������'��������������� th������ ml* .** IV ������*r.  ���������"��������� ��������� 1 tar iMottorial M, W. ,,���������.rr. f ���������������.  '���������0������> 'V, *'������.������>������������������������������. Ulsn.l, ������n*l *Jliibr*i*i g n)\  ������if f**rtmti,,i*j in>i������iu*lo>*u to It.t* t*,,i,r  mars.  I'������ ml Jul. JJftth, ipii., '  t!U*-l   H, ������TH,\MiK,      '  lAtil) ACT.  Form N������. 9,  Coast District,  Di-itrict of I<*ttige l.  TAKK NOTICE that Edwin l> l\,m.  tier, nf Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply for uornmaion to purchane  .!.������ f..!!t'.v,':.r.jj t-"**'t'*rt;i(*i(1 tnwrts ('nn*.  jiK'ntinj' at n jwm ptmttfd at tb*>. T-Wr..  east corner oINu 4 (being three miles  north of the southwest corner of No 1)  thonce north eighty 80 chain������, thence  wem eighty, 80, cb lint, ib-mce ������o������th  citini), l!i������������, iii,������n>9, \itv������tv*i s**w *,ihl,i) 2j  clMin*. 10 point of coinmencemem, con-  tainiim six hundred and forty [640) acres  moro or lets.  EDWIN P HKKMNBR,  Name of Applicant.  Dined June 4,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District Range *,  TAKE NOTICE that Robert 1$. Ellis  of Vancouver, occupation,broker, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Commencing  nt a past planted nt the south west corner of No. 10, being two miles north and  two miles west of the south west corner  of No. I, thence north 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  more ur leas, thence east 80 chains, to  point of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or less,  ROlJKkT I). ELLIS,  Name of Applicant,  Dated June 4th, 1010,   LAND AC.'.,  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coat! District Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that John G, Armstrong, of Vancouver, occupation, clerk,  intends tn apply for permlidon to pur-  chnte the following described lind*;-*  Commencing   at a post | hinted ut tbe  north east corner of No. 11, being three  inilo-t north ani two milo*. west of the  south west corner of No, 1 j thence north  go chains, thence west 80 chains, thnnct  thence south 80 chains, ther.re can 80  ch tins, to the point ol cninmenceiiicni,  containing 640 acres, more ur less,  JOHN (*. ARMSTRONG,  y*,,no of A unllcnttt. I  Dated Jim*'* /|th, tot ft. '  LAND AOT.  Form-No'it.  Form YI N.ttoe.  Coast District* Btngn 1.  TAKB NOTICE that Joseph Mora-Mo, ot Va^ooow, oecapetion eugio-  Ler, iutenda to apply lor permission to  purchase tbe following desoribed lands:  Commencing at a pose planted at tht-  northeast oerner or No 14, being fire'  miles north and two miles west of tbf  ������ uthwiBt eortaer of No 1, th**tioe nortb  80 ohains, theoce east 80 chain*,  t tenon south 80 ohains, tbt nee west 80  cbaioi, to tbe poto* cf commend-  ment, oo&Uiuine 6*10' acres, more 01  less, JOdEI'H MORAVIO,  Naioeol Applicant,  Dated June 0 1910  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form ol Notice.  Coast District, Range \  TAKE NOTICE tbat John II.  Stewart, ol Vancouver, occupation car  pouter, intends to apply lor permie-  sion to parebsee tbe following described lands*���������-CommenciDg at a post  planted at tbe northwest corner of No  11, being three miles north and three  miles watt ol the oeutbweet eorner of  No 1, tbenee uonb 80 ebaina, tbenoe  west 80 ebaina, tbenee eoutb. 80������oheins  thence east 80 obaios. to the point ol  commeneement, ooptaiaing;640 aores,  more or lm. JOHN M.STEWART.  Name oi Applioant,  Dated June 6,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notiee,  Coast Dutriot, Rauge 1,  TAKE NOTIOE that Alexander MoPhea  of Vancouver, oooupation, carpenter, in*  tends to apply for permission to purtihtMe  tbe tallowing described landei���������Comtneno-  ing at at a post planted at the north west  oorner of No, 12. being 'four miles north  and three miles west of the south west 00.--.  ner of Nb.l, thenoe north 80-ohain*,thence  west 80 ohains, tbenoe sonth 80 chains,,  thenoe east 80 ohains, to the point u| com*  roencament, containing 940 acres, mora- or  less, ALEXANDER McPUEE,  Name of Applicant,  Dated June 6th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No, I.  Cenet District, Ran go 2. ,  TAKE NOTICE that Naomi MoPhee,  of ViuwouTOr, oocopation, mairied wom������n  intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described land*; Com  meuoiag at a post planted at the north;  we*t corner of No. 14-, being five milos  uoith, and three miles west tf the south'  west oo������nor ������,f Nu. 1, thence north 80'  chaina, theuce west 80 cdrjds, tbenoa  south 80; chains, tbenoe east 80 Qliaios, to  the poiut of commencement, coutaii.ihg.  -3iO acres,, more or less^  NAOMI McPHEE,  Name ot Applicant,  Dj-tedJune-6_th-, 19W.  LAND AOT.  EWm No. 9,  LAND AOT.  Form No 9  Form oi Notiee.  Coast Dial riot, Bangs I.  TAKE NOTIOB that William  Haines, uf V-aDOonver, oooupation (ore  man, io tent) a to apply for ptrmi**sio������  tn pnrobaae the lollowing deicsibed  landai���������Commencing at a pott planted  at tbe norSboait eorner of No 16, be*  lug els allr 1 nortb and two mile*  waitol Ihe eoulbweal corner ol No I,  tbenoe nnrlb 80 obalna, tbanee west  80 obalna, tbenee south 80 chaina,  tbenoa eaat 80obalna, 10 th** point ol  commaneomeut.enntaioinB 040 aorta,  more or lets. VVILLIaM HAINES,  Name ol Applioant,  Dated June 6 1910  LAND AOT.  Form No 9,  Form ol Notioe.  Coast Diatrlot, Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE tbat Ueorgt 0.  Pratt, ol Veooouftir, coenpaiion ae*  ouuntant, lotenda to tpplr lor per  min on to purohaae tbe lollowing de*  wlbpd lend"'-*Com*nroel gatapoii  Coast District, Range 1.  TAKE NO-l'ICB tbtt LewiV J. Bulb of:  Vancouver, occupation, foreman, intends  to upply for p* rmusiou to puralase the  MWhig desuribed' lands:: Uommeuciug:  ;at a poat pl������uttd at the north.**e*t 001 mr.  otNo.16. being ������i*fmil*.'s; m.rth and three  liiilea wst of tho s*������mh west corner of:No*  I, thence north 8ft chain*,, tho: oe we t 80>  chaius, thence south 80ohniiisAtheuoa:  east 80 olui***, to the point of oommeice.  meut, oontaiul<*gWO������Qie������, more or les������,  ,   ��������� LEWIS J. HULL,  Name of Applicant,  Dated June Oth, 1910,  LAND ACT,.  , Fbrm No.Oi  ! 1 Form of Notice,  Const Diatriot, Rango 1,  TAKE NOIIuE that Alexauder J, Stew  srt, of Vauoonver, ooonpatio.t, o,������rpenti*r,  intonds to apply for pormituiiou to i*ur*  choie the following uVaarlbedi, hituls:���������  Commeuoiug at a post planted on tno  shore .about Iii ���������iilh.it ia a south easterly dlrcotlna from the south* west otr>  nerof No, 1, thenoe north 80 obami,  thenoe east 80 ohnins,, theuce south 80  ch-iltia, thenee w������i������t SO olmias, tb point,  of oowmsnoemeut, couululng (140 sores,  mere or less,  ALEXANDER i, STEWART,  Numo of Applioant,  Dato June Oth, 1910,  ��������� ���������- ������������������ iiiiiiiin in i���������  LAND AOT,     ,  Form No, IV, Korta ut Nottcoi  J Ooaat Diatrlot, Kaugs 1,  ���������***i***w*a*^>-*w'W'iii*aei������  TAKK NOTICE tbat KI<*������b*U, Jano  SmUh, of Vanoouver, oocujation, mariietV  woman, Intentls to apply for p������rmianlini  to purohaie the follow lug dosoribtid UihIhj  rollei wesi ol tbe toutb wait eorner of M ohVn"' T-  r.Uw ,0 "buW Umt-thlJ*"  No 1, Iheori nortb 80 obalna. theoce  e������a 80ebaina,ibeicaiuutn80ebainr,  ���������benoe weat 80 obalna. to tb*>point 01  41 ramenremeut, oontainlng 640 aores,  mure or.leas. OECHOIC O, l-RATT,  Name of Applioant.  Dated June 0,1910  LAND ACT,  Form No 9,  form of Notice,  Coast lli-.trk������,  f Xffriff *������*} Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE (hat Helen Shan,  non, of BoMnn, 0c.cup.1U0n m in e*l w*������.  m������n, intends U������ ei-plv f������������r |������*rni������*.������������.n tu  ntircli.se tbe following diM'iittei unitsj  Ccnrnttiving at a \m< pianM AMbeQ^y UMv UullAH A YKAK.  LAND ACT.  Form Un. 9,  Fo't-i-t ������*f Nottr**  Cnan District Rings 1.  TAKK NOTICE tbat (intrude Holland, nf Vat oontrf-r, 1 ocnpstlnn, married woman, inituda to apply for per  rale-ion to porahaae the fnlfowfof ���������*>���������-������  aeribed laodat Oommanelog at a wn  plso'ad at tb������ north eaat eornarer N**  11, helaf three rnil**a north end  i������n  mil's weal of tha M W corner el N*  I. tbrnr-a north 8*1 ebah*, ih������n**# ������������������������������������  80 ������h������f <a   thenee anutti  il ehaini,  hfco wait 80 chain*, to tba ****it*i nf  1-oinn enr������m������ui, containing 040 aort-f,  m. t������ of |< aa,  OIRTBUDE HOI LAND  Ham* it Applioenr.  IH'a-i Jon.4',l9in,  1  *  ���������> * *������,-***  PUIWUIHK FOR THK NEWS  LAND AOT,  rorn (No v,  ���������������������������-ti'iirf. I.1        ���������**������**  Form oa Notioe,  Coaat Diatrlot. Baste I.  TAKE NOTIOE tbar Daft Fmu-  ���������***n,o( Veeeoutsr.oMupailoB bnteber  intanOa  to apple tor -fMtieaiwioti (o  pnrehaN   tha   lollowing   deatrlbed  tenrfr i���������Oommenolog at ��������� poal planted  near the beaeh it the emit-wMI eorner  nf No 11, being two *������!!������������������ north and  ���������lire* niiti-i weat ol the aoothweat eer*  ntrol No 1, thenee north SO ehains,  ���������teiir-wan BOobai'a. tbenee snot I.  mi'helie, Oinreff i������e* to ehore line,  ilieuc*     east    W>    attaint     eloae  ���������bore lim������ t* nnlnt of (wmmenetMBttnt,  tvmtain|ng r������lt������ anaa, more or leea.  DAVB FKEUUKON,  Nome ol Applleaot.  Dated Jane 6,1010  00 ������*������st 80 ch*toe nloiig uortheru boundn y  of No, 99, thenoe uorth 80 0(1*10* thenoe  weat 80 obelus, to point of oouimenoau-ei.t,  oontalalbg UiO aeres, mora or leea,  ELIUBaTnWANB SMITH,   '  N������mo ot Applicant,  Date Juno 9th, 1910,  LAND AOT,  aWmlw.6, rwu.wt'JTwtltc.  Coa4 PUWet, "RMtge t.  TAKK NOTICE thu David Dewier*  Mllor, of Vaceaovtr, eeevpalien, earp>n<  ter, inUnda to apply for penniiaioa to pur-  *i4**������ Um (������{U*������i:*i*i, ������lavri!������i \,uh- (V������n  mebdngat a pest planted at ths a������mth  aaat eorner of No, I. thenee north M ebaina  thenee east M ennlni, thenee aotith IO*  ehaini thenee woe* 10 ehaini, to point of  cwnimanearuaut, uoaialeing 040eorti nere  ������f b������.  DAVID DAWUON MiLUR  Nameef Appliaaet,  DaUtd Jeae ������th, I UIO,  IV YOU WANT  BOOD PJUNT1NB   ltmm lh 1Vf ^ ...  \$W>m will k*1, for |ao,00, Ar>  (-UVE US A TRIAl*[|4r ���������! M������ oflict-, r  FOR ������AI*R~A foe mntifd  honsoon Imlf lot, For fnrtliw j>nr-  ticular������apn)*/atihia urow  FOR  8ALK-8mltb  Prvmlen  Tjjiewiltet tn   g*M������l nnli'r.   Cmt ������������������nrrft   km**! ���������'l*i-.*i."������i**i  ���������V  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  i  Jo g3rrectgccessi^ perspiration  'iNl' women suffer from excessive perspiration of the  bands, armpits or neck, but  whether the affliction be local  or general, the cause is the same-  poor circulation. By improving this,  a nonpar condition of the skin will  be attained. '���������. ,-.,  NoW, a certain amount of perspiration, both insensible and sensible,  must be excreted every day or a general derangement of, tho system will  faithfully: With bands on the hips,  bend the trunk forward slowly, holding the head erect, and then rise to  a. standing position'. There must be a  conservative repetition to give any  beneficial results, but do not overdo the  matter/ .'.'.���������' ; ���������:������������������������������������..''.  The next .exercise is the quick draw-,  Ing upof'the knee at right angles-to  the.body, the leg extending downward,  Replace the foot and raise the other  leg in the same way.   Repeat In quick  result.  unriftt-i'i-B I frnnrHHnn SUCcetaton.-_TJllgJs_almost_as-Succesa-.,  ful as a brisk walk, with regard to Its  influence upon the action of the heart,  for this is the organ that must be roused  to Its sense of duty.  Extend the arms sideward, fingcra  straight, and move together tilt parallel; when separated again, inhale as  much fresh air us you can possibly  manage; filling every portion of your  lungs. Expanding the chest improves  tbe. circulation.  -    With a, sponge,  apply cold water at  ���������should be corrected before it becomes , chronic.  These exercises may not seem at  first germane to the subject, but if  you keep clearly In mind (lie end  In view, namely, .the'!.betterment', of  the condition of circulation, you will  be able to realize the advantage or  the home treatment'.  With comfortable clothing to insure an easy movement of all muscles,  follow theso directions carefully and  the' base - of the* head, and allow the  spine also to come under the cold-  water influence. Any overheated condition of the, blood is thus remedied,  and tho controlling nerve centers are  calmed.  The last exercise is a brisk rubbing  of the back with a coarse towel.  Every one of these exercises will  improve the circulation. With good  circulation' a normal, healthy condition  of the body will appear, and as the  general health Improves there will be__  a corresponding decrease of this annoying trouble, which, is not so hopeless  as  it  at  first  appears.  A little tannic acid, S grains to 4  ounces of bay rum, forms an excellent  local application. Another solution is  helpful if a tea of white oak bark be  made. This latter Is recommended by  un  eminent skin  specialist.  These are suggested as temporary relief from the trouble; the treatment  prescribed will correct it, and if faithfully carried out will eventually cure it,  ^LtfCUC&ba  'amy  EEPINEIOINT IN BATING  "I  CO not wish to moot that man,"  said n woman tho other day; "I  saw and board him oat."  Tliei',? I* food for thought tn  that miunis, my friends. IJorliapa lu  no othoi* dully iu't U there such an opportunity for the display of re'lneineut  tn* of coitrsonetis as in the process of  citing, If Is mieii a habltuui occurrence thnt many p.oplo do not glvu It  the proper eonM.lertitloti, and slowly  but Hiti'i-'ly form hablta of outing that  become t-erond niitnro.  Let me e.i.pliutilze tho fact that your  table manner" are true Indices of refinement, i can fairly well judge &  -portion If 1 seo him cat, Jt Is u reliable test,  Itellneniunt In eating does not depend  upon un intlmute knowledge of fork*  and upoo������i������ or of tho various uhcs of  Blust-p*. Tills is the result of a format  training, and can be acquired In a very  short time, l havo soon a man who  knew the details perfectly eat In a de-  testablo manner, while unother, who Hid  not know what an lee cream fork looked  like, displayed .perfect reilnetiient,  Putting the Idea in a nutshell, roilne-  ment means eating a meal In quiet  dignity that is as far as passible removed from the methods of animals.  There must be no audible testimony  of the fact thnt you are eating. The  lips' should bo kept closed while chewing, and the mouth must never be  tilled with food, Small portions of food  should bo cut und prepared us you are  ready. Do not prepare the entire meal  and thon proceed to demolish the pile,  Liquids should be sipped, not hastily  gulped, and they whould never be used  to wash down a mouthful of food. Tho  ordinary receptacle* should nlwnys bo  used; cofleo, for Instance, muni be allowed to cool in the cup,  Do not acrape a pinto until tho Inst  vestige of food disappears. The small  omount secured in this way will novcr  repay you for placing yoursolf 'out of  the sphere of roflnetl human bolng*.  Convey small plocett of anko or bread  lo tho mouth. This can bo easily done  by bi-onklng the ploeo from tho main  Pllco,    (  Do not do anything Hint will nppcnr  distasteful tn othera at the table, Your  nsitoaliitcH iiumt ho considered. You  havo no right to make It impossible  for other* tu eat In poiK-n,  Al) of theno little things show the  true gentlewoman. If you nro trnlnlni*  children, remember this; If you wish to  hu roilnort, observe theso points,  With refinement you may ho welcomed  nt any table where common sense will  prevent ordinary blunders, hut without  this quality, nil tho king'-" hursos can  never cover up tho doflchvnotes.  Invite boys and girls of your noqualnt-  unce to your home to spend the evening? In this wny the.,- will become acquainted with you and you with thorn,  itnd a friendship will soon be started.  Cards of Thanks  Dear Mrs. Adams.  1. What ittnaunao Is bent to use on cards  of thanks to be Bent to the'.Weddlng guests  after the wedding, nnd should thin to en-  Itruvrd un card or niitf-pupct* size?  8, If "At Home" cards ar������ sent, should  they bo Inclosed with the cards of thank*,  ana what Is the proper woiding. for thoso?  A TtEADKU.  1. It Ir better for tho brldo not to  wait until utter the wedding to thank  her friends for gifts. Bhe should hy  personal note send her thanks for every  article ns soon as possible utter It. in-  riven. A form something llko the following should bo used:  .3 Grace nvcmuo, January 5, UIO,  Prur Helen.  Yuiir beautiful Rift ha* arrived, and my  husband and I wish to express our iileiw.  uro tit your kind remembrance. Many  llinnki for your tiood wishes for mv future;  1 tin) sure thut, will nrovo aa happy uh 1  emilit,desire,   .  . A Kit In with ilneaif-st thanks, believe me to  te, Hincoroly yours,  i*n.ohKNcn! ui-ack.  2, The "At Homo" cards are sent either  with tho wodtllng Invitation or wedding  announcement. The following Is the  form:  I  At  Home.  uftir  Jtinn Mint,  rive i.'ednr Htrcot,  IFithaitt a Chaperon  l'l'iir Mrs, Ailsmi,  I, Am a vniriir olrl 10 veitrs of nun ami  ���������ii with it boy who lives out of town, He  tutiii'S li, fee tin, st VilKI nu Hilliility after,  ii'ifin ii ml leave* st n In thi* evening, Now  what I wnnt to know Is tills: la It proper  {nr mi) to meet him ami to jti'ouiiipuny lilm  in th" station upon leaving?  8. Wnulil It be proper fur tnu to so tu an,  Mit.i'f.'nwn i'iiiiV and stay ut thu Hotel  without n chBuron? M.  A,  ������,  How to Act  TO PniMItOSRi Do not let your  actions show thnt you remember the Incldont, It will ba less  embarrassing for you both,  What to Say  Dear Mrs, Adams,  .1.7 tyM ,"<W"1.f *lrl Hi* ���������*.'���������*������������������ ���������At \f  ah* did well after lw-"***������B|9,.,y}J{,Jjjf|.-  (t Is sufficient to say "Thank you!"  ou rue vory kind in tell ma so.'*  Brother Dislikes Ilht  *s ������ frtipti tiilllnj (ill i  told  nu  ftaVSU^leSWj&IIIS  Wa eannot all care for the same per*  Sn, but It may be -that In tlrna your  other will grot*/ to ilk* your fiTtiiii.  nn Ottt wttftt Til* nti1������i>tforia In the  young man are. und then It they are  raaaonabls try to have them remedied,  Birthday Party  tw������r M*������. Adstjis, .   ..  I am ��������� by of 11 and would t>k* tn have  a tittl.iii*) i any,   How iitany should t in-  from ihe library? Thu* will give vou  "large field from which to Ma" The  lkWh,m.fti!lW ���������** ���������J1". no*ttT "������r  the month, should be used for decoration, mill to lessen th** expense, thorn-,  mads of paper may be boutht. For re-  freahmenl you may Have dainty sand.  w'.l']?,e"' '.*.?. orexm. cake, nuts antl  candles, When sending out your Invl*  (ittlons ****j-elfy I hi* hours, so that your  o^Mo SllT lon������ ,hey "' *"  Under OUfcli  Pest* Mrs, Adams.  1.    h ll /,.i������H   to ll.t.'ir * (iff  her mother fo the tftesterT   t  Li^oV^nraM'ar.'   I wo*)),* ������.i(,������mt atij-  i  via  ,..,   ._.v frtonU an*l  tfiesterT.  t arn a Tiny  nut-ef.tnwn  ilan.'*' stnl stay  at  wlihout n clisn-ron! M  1. tt Is all rlr-ht for you in go to tho  ���������tuilon to nii'ot the youim iimn, but when  ncTuinpiinyltig him to tho stittlon in the  ��������� vi nltiK ymi shniiltl luiv(, nnnm one ������Ihh  mo lilting with yon no that ynu will not  liuvti to rt'tiiin alone.  3. It would hu most iinprnpor to K������  without a chaperon,   What It Means  t**Nir Mrs. A'lsm*.  . _  Will vou Jilttass isll m������ what n. a, V V,  mtansf A Oini.,  These letters Indicate that a prompt  r**pt>n������fi Is dewlred.  Letters on Envelope  Dgar Mrs. Adam*. .        ...  Every lime I rr-oalve ������ latter from a ear-  jf'y^tm/mi  .   -,-w   J**'   ���������M   SI  n altht at r������a������nt  I am In-  are no rtsnens  Is engaged, nnd nsk her to rolonse him  trtini his iin-inlsm, It would not be fair  tn either girl to put thorn on prohutiun,  as It wert',  ���������l No; it would ba latter tor the  young man to try to win the mother's  favor.  3.  It Is most Improper,  To Let Him Know  n������ar Mri. Adams,  , 1. Whsi shall  I do to tat  n  vour*** msn  li-H'lta'ni'ciirrVwr'of the envalope t'lir letters        !���������?"'."M! house sftiir we have tn-*n* lo ihu  "    ������,   ft"   Ttii-v ������Ti- I'M l���������t tnlittil**    Will ttii-'iti-i-'*  ,i'.' r('M||l n,t**.*jroii������ iu tiuv lilm n t*r*ttt/  alfk jismlkt.M'hirf*?   II,  I. alwiiyt arUlttK m������  eandles, nowers ami tho like,  fl. lie luilsls utwn mv Ki'ttltii/ niorrlm t In  twu-n IK nml, II* vnrs of age, IVi ynu  think him too ymitnr for me, a* we am  sri'Mly (levottid to i*seh otherf I.lo you  think 1 fhfitilil iti'i't'fit Invitations In hi*  home? Arc we too young to think about  iflnit ciiKf*Kcil ? KI.VA.  Thn dlffereticn In iiiich should have no  effect cm ymir friendship. It would  hardly he proi'iir tor you to accept In-  vltuilnns to his litnno unlesa you were  enifnaed. i think you nro iioth very  young to he eiigfiKOd, b*>'. after all. It  I* it (|tiest|oii for yon two to decide.  The rtemdbh- uilvltu of your unrwits  oiiaht to throw Kiimn llaht tipon this  perplex Ilia question,  About to Propose  Dra* Mrs, Adam*.  Osn y.iti t.|l  me wh������lher tt  l������ b**l*r tt,.'  a yuuns* man nlwul tn iiropos* tn s youns  Istly to speak first lo lti*r or to hor f������lh������*f?  ANXirma y������m'TII.  In this day and generation, tnu young  ludy In usually I'tinstilied tlrst, und then  the futher's content Is nuked.  >'"?*.  mid  W.J" me what I. tha^aU  .of  au/iasiliin*.  .ii l**������' '"'l.* '^l,'���������?,* #������k*d meti, a dsn  IP ahm "  nnther  XVhl.-h  pald  i*k*d  I   T  r*  ....'������  .ring  dance.  in iim, wtiu' mnusetn*nts should I haver  "'-- fir*', rstlfina snd. establea wotitrl.  a������ 'li',"''������������,i������.,'-'������!,-.*'*".. ���������'   *'.t is* tt������  hat (-,���������������<>. rstlfina and. estables wotitrl y u  rilvl������e?   How mn I slv* lne ������u>"t   n hint  iii ������,m' llkej in I* tha llial to *���������.   Mr tlnlt-  <������������������������������ l������ In Nov������-ni*"*r. iiai.,11 n.  Vou mtiut rtetermlnr the ntiitilj������:r uf  tfuesia lo invite try ywtr list ������,f frl<:nii������  Ut-d tht imniey you wish t * <-i'i'nd fur  ^*i* ftrt-f.slon. A* ymi nil liuvt- plt-iny  ������������ timi-  .j plan amuftment foi  juur  m* jo hor  rrffMM-   nr.l*,  C U 11.  , 1. te .would be very nice for you to  Invlta the young alrl and ber mother to  the thuftter to it-Tow your appreciation  of tin Ir kindness.  i. To he courteous and to retain ytmr  friends, you hnd better cleat* yottrse.f  from nil obligations to thu girl who ������������������������������  tended the first invitation.  If'anu Friends  Pear Mra, Adam*.  I liu'r> n., trlrl nr taiv frlemts ������mt  tlnm*  s��������� ������U,ui win, ���������,*,  |*r*ol������  old *������������irt ul**������v������ try  t, u*,(    Mwa'l,|,i.     II',***   ran   I   Will   n>*j'  It >vur ������*ai*i*ui ������r������ wbling, **i,y not  I   Mill   IJ   V������..,IS  UU   lih. iMdjlIk,  ,j:  They nre nn nhbrpylntlnn of tho words,  "*4������ttn Anthony Ktilde," a prayer that  the li*tter may safely reach Its destination,    fT/Tf   Vfcf    j���������nth** f*7-'*-J  t,,!,lt^M*"*.. Adsm*. . .  1. Whtin a ypunR man I* enfr*e*������d to ta  jouna Isilj'.arid he meets sntiher whom ha  tin ns in Ilk* better than the one to whom  t is snasseil. what should ha dot Hlioula  '������  ito with with sill* unlit h*> <i������*ia>s  vlleii one It* Ilk**** the ttotttr, or had ne  Istt.'f t,rosV tlm I'lilinfmentt  ..* When ������ younir. msn like* a slrl ami  ������'��������� Ilk* a him. anil r-er moth������>T nws not  *'k������ them to ae toij**th*r, (��������� It proiier for  ���������'*���������   V'tuua   0mi  ('���������  'lilt   on   liU  ti������,nll,r*.l  tt inr tutor's huiii*]?  1.1������ it all riant for a sit! to kiss a  t���������v *ii,i,it-li.vi- wln-rt t*iev >,i.*���������> Sf-jnut**!-  .'I.,,I tii*lr tov* |.*r eititi iHii������r, Biiiiiniah  !!,.->    .*��������� ������M . risriiv.-1T OtJtt UACIIKU'lt.  1,  *r*h������ heat thing for suoh a fickle*  n:!*v*e | mail ti, do ts t" have a heart-  to-li*.������u talk w.tlt the ������irl to wiiuin hi  h  war. but i * in. Kills   is anil i������������ i������ }������.  , all I rontlnua fottia will* htm ni.il iiiulm  ilm wall itvo y������������rs, or ������h������li I *-��������� ������f*nln������t  my father'a wlstira and mittrv hl">*  1 don't  osaetly   luv*   lilm   y������l,     Mv   ti*i<*iil*   ������*,ni  " '   JJTTI.B DW'Ift-KVBM lIUtNDV,  , I. Tf you do not Invite the young man  Into the house he will surely wuletvtand  that he Is nut to go Inside,  11. It lu quite uniiKcd-mry und ii<h  good form,  3. Ymi are entirely loo yiiiing t<������ t'������  mariled. You dad bi*tt<*r follow yiiiii'  father's ai'vlce. I strungly inlvlw*  Mtralnat mnrrlaKea llinl li'Hi- o** !��������� ��������� f-,i-  ihn tiitd������*r,*iiig rt'i'ii'i, tor u a"i-,|1.v --"ii'-  Plv nf tills ts necftntry to mtko for  hui>plii<*-v in Die m-'inled *������f/if<-  She His Senior  l**ar Mr*. Adams.  I am a y���������-rir r rl   a> H-a"   f **r*-   *-"l  rtnlv* Dm, iun,|i*ay of a ������*iur*K ft**"' ������**"���������  Already Had an Engagement  Dear Mrs, Adams,  I'lt-HXi  live  m* your ttdvltt*  ressMInf  tiie   fi.lt,iwlnr"     *   ," nn,.   I,,,*,-   *.'!*,     "   . ���������*  sasrim-nl. lu so out lot dinner,    llri esuurt  inflii fnr her Brut tliev dei'lilt, not in i*n mull  y.,������,f  ,���������   li,,   , tr.-llna.     Ill  ('������'-   IIK-rtll.ltH',   ������**!'  young man call v*-ry i,nrx)i**rtedlv, Wnulil  It li* tin'H'r for tli* '"Ulilu to ������'*'!' their  i-nssifltitenl anil escu*������ i|ienni-lvi.aT  In thUa rase It wmitd ������������* perfectly  proper tor th* young ludy to explain  In   tin*   ini'ii   liiller"   h**r   t'l-giiaciiiuiii,  ,,,l ,,���������t, ,1    ,    ,,, , 'I .,.���������!,. ������������������( ���������    .1,1,���������  more com ftilt'iit Don-,  Refusing to Play  Di"*r Mrs. A**"'!**. ' ...  I, ,*t Kim* of thn iiarlle** I ������tter���������l, klaallif  Kiimtj* ������tu iilsu'd, l������ il iiile l"t m������ i*'  letusn to take iinrt In them* Tlii l>uys 4*������it  girl* *r*������ sum* ������f no' i>*i friMuJ*   .  1 I ������m l������ ynin* "1*1 1 have not von*  Willi buys y#t, but am t old enouitj no**,  If rm- p'trents f���������ii������, i.|������ ������".   W    tf  I. You may ft-rntc* If ymi wl������h; ami it  w. ti|,l iiritii,n������|. Shi- Mitt n more <vm-  i-orfiil..-,.   fr-elfiur   'f   ;   .,���������    ���������-* ��������� ��������� M   - *|-|" ������t  "line otl,������r *<tme.  it. Ymi ara of uu in.* wii*-n tt woiiM i,������  nil rlaht for ynu o. ruin** '-.'ti* from  yntitiR nit'ti, i,ui i,-i nr ��������� *-i 'f mm -i������t  o grow ton nmious fur H'ir *A>iii^jnv  Beauty Queries  OWING to the great amount of mall  received and the limited spaca  given this department, lt la abso-  Jutely__lmpossible  to ^answer_letters __ln_.   "tiie SundiylssWTollowlnB "their receipt.  The letters must be answered In turn,  and this ofttimes requires three or four  weeks;  AH correspondents who desire an .Immediate'answer-must .-Inclose a self-  addressed stumped envelope for a reply.  This rule must also be complied with In  regard to personal letters.  To Have Red Cheeks  Dear  Mrs.   Byrnes.  1 What will make my chetks red without pnlntlntr them?  .' What   will  cure   wnrta?  3 What will make my finger nulls grow  fust?  4 What will remove blackheads?  5 1 nm u vrlrl of 13 years und haven't  much hair: tell mo a becoming way to ftx  6 What time should I tro to bed?  7 What wilt mako big feet smull?  lUCTTt.  1, Plenty of exorcise In fresh air,  wholesome food and sufficient sleep nro  neiesaary lo gain red cheeks.  2 The following recipe Is for a wart  erndlcator:  Sublimed  sulphur 120 arn Ins '  (llyeerlne    .*) fluid dram*  Aiellc aeld ,    I Hum ilium  Apply rruxiatftdiy to eneh wnrt, continuing  the treatment for seven] days, Tho wurt*  dty uu und then drop off, ;  3 Nothing enn be done to hasten tho  growth of flngur nails.  4 To romove blnckliends, cleanse tho  skin with warm wntor, soap and coni-  -plexlon briiali, find then uso the lotluti  for which 1 am giving the recipe:  Turn brantlv    :i    ounces*.  I olllfftlU         I     otlliell  I.'qtior  iiotflssa..;     % ounce  5, Arrange your hair In the most simple and yot becoming miuuicr, not tll������-  (firdlng your hnlr ribbon, To Incrcatw  tho t|tiufitlty of your hair. miiHSfigu the  Htnlp dally, lining a few drops of kero-  ������* uo.  fl. You should ho In bed nt 10 o'clock,  If not eiir'loV,  7. Nothing cun lie done to rpdueo the  sb-a of tho foot, (.'are fhuuld bo taken  when the shoea nre selected so that tl'*  cut of thorn docs not accentuate tho  slxe,  The Chinese Stain  prnr Mrs, Hytnes,  Will  you  kindly  repett  the  formula  for  Chinese ������tnl������, or tall me .where ll can be"  obtained?   noes tin* stain Inst lonuer than  ti.*: ,.i.y ati'T a|i|illvatlvit*   A H1CAUUK,  Here Is tho recipe you desire:  Chlnoae Eyelash Sttvln.  fltitn arable,..,,,,,. 1   dram  Iiidlnn ink , ,   ',(, dram  Itosewiiter     4    ounce*  11'nwiler thn Ink ami sum find irlturau  sninll iiuiiniltlKM or the piwilur with tha  rosewnlei' lAttll vou, set a uniform black  liquid In a iK'WdiT, nnd then ad*l the n>-  uiaiiider,  Have your drttgglat prepare the stain  for vou, The stain will htiv������ to hu applied dully,  Results Expected Too Soon  Hear Mrs.  Hyitus.  I  have nsril  |ir.  Vaitealre1* remedy for  filAUt one inonlli si'd *i*������ tii(i������������ii|iii| my  itist with i-oiiih butler, Imt wlihout J'-  stills. Whsl would >'"il ailvlse uu, tu do?  In I lien- nny harm In takltut tno nuii-li of  the   ntiieityl* MIHH   I.11.t*A.  I advise you to continue the treatment; tint* month* trial Is not lonw  onoiiKli lo ili'leriiilni' whi'lher or pot II l������  goltiK to prove ticnelli'litl. If yuu take  the remedy ns prescribed, nt harm wilt  * lie done,  Tn Reduce a Double Chin  rtear Mrs. Hvmes.  Will the iiiimade vou imtillshsd reditea a  ilouliin chin?   Hhoiild I rub It sny hsnirti  l������r   ������������>? U,   11.  Yes, the pomade- will reduce the doubl**  ,-.!,!,.   'l.M.,,.   ,   I    l\,r   I    *l  ,,v<,  r.  movftinmilai   Kroni point of chin, with  i-| I |.    V.ii.d      j.* i ��������� ���������'      ���������'.' li.'v      d.i\. Mi',,i.'  throwing the heat] backward at tbj  atuiie time, liitilu* the ililn and throat  frequently with cold water.  Measurements  Pear Mra  flvtna*.  1 I'i,-���������>������.' I*!*-.' Hi- lbs *i|r. t'l*' an,* Wit!**  in**-.,, < ii" uio tm a sin -it in mi" tn������  tret four In, h������s tall, ������* iiifiliiii I'I i lutij*.  Am I i*������i limit In wlshl?  I*n ,,,ii ttuitk mv f������*t art *.ot> h'**? I  *ii,r   n   |l*  ahiM*.  ��������� Winn is ������������������l fur I'imilii isl itmkriess  ariuiinl Hie eyeat lm | lo������e ������,w, murh  *|,..|," I w*������rk from 7 In th* kiiimih-' un*ll  ( lu Hi*- evtsulliR, 1.1'1.1,' M.  IU  i   lllp*.  is  Inolic*;  hem,  t**  Inches;  iwuIhi, ;* In.-hi".   A girl of your tmlght.  i .*t. .>.**���������     ' ",'    *������*t|i!: ,t  '���������-*���������  ("��������� ���������.���������'������������������'.���������.' *U"r*-.  I*,   Tin* uM-iiig*. yiiyug laily wear* a������Vii  ������h"*t* ���������������  lni|,iiliiiient of the  nmstlli-'ltiti rti *V  I"*  the ,,. re ui it*** ,'lril*^ unil*** yti'-r **>*���������������  Tin* flintier <������������������'*���������*��������� y**u   ati eorix-t vour"  ���������nit. i.���������t it,,  -i.t'.ei twt, n,u*t t* ir.*���������   *  IM nn iMiiiiil ir f������ pttj tt ���������tan. ���������4i"'  TOE MEWS, ClBilSERLAlVCD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  OUS-aS-tl HfSIIIIII SSI) ������.. u:-iitoi������:������'t***J*f  ���������������������������iiusii��������� isiis���������isj'1 Luar-a>v*22U-'~&  are now established in our new premises and j  invite voui inspection of bur stock. We have!  just opened out a new line of  DRESSERS nnd STANDSW-:4a.-1|C PER.  Ranging in Price From    *?W������> W fl*? SET  Our stock is now  LARGER  and  BETTER ASSORTMENT IN A LI* LINKS than ever before.  The Furniture Store  a.mokinnon  McPhee Block, Cumberland, R 0.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refresh-  Locals.  Old papers Tor sale at the News'  Ofliee.  Beverage  Cumberland won from Oonrt-  enav ;U football on Saturday, hy a  score of 2���������0.  *     BERLAND TAf *  S...ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  HOTEL ARRIVALS.  The following arrived in town  and registered at the Cumberland  hotel this week :���������  J. O. Perry,  J. AI. Shields  H. Vaughn ii,  J. Flamiigan,  R. B. Berks.  R. T. Cooper,  Mr. Houston,  J. H. Renfive,  F. J. Hall,  R.S.Pike,  Fred Jepson.  Editor News.  Sir:���������How do the starters of  the new Citizens' League explain  their action in preventing the pe  tiiiou for 'the re-introduction, of  the Sewerage By-Law being   ta-  New League About  To Be Formed  A resident of this district'informs us that he will shortly organize a league to be known as  the Cumberland *-(c Comox Auti  Auto Protective Society. With  his permission we here print  some of the pjoposed rules which  tho League confidently expects  the Legislative Assembly to incorporate into an Act of Parliament :  RULES.  1.    On disci-veriu-g an appro-  The  Purest  and Best  on the  Coast.  and made in  Cumberland.  ^i.'inager Lawrence of the Big  Store, arrived home on Thursday  ast, from 11 business trip to Van  confer.  E. Sniitlinrst will leave this  wet*!*- for Campbell Mi vor. '���������Lige''  lias heard the call of the Tyee  salmon.  Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits Made v.o Order  from S20 to ������35    All V/ork First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  ���������Th*?Gity Council did not hold  its regular session on Monday ������v-  (���������ning, owing to the absence, of a  quorum;  Mr. and /Mrs. Hug'i Mitchell  and the Missus Mileliell, left by  Saturday'-S boat for Victoria.  Messrs A/Grant and R. Thorn  son,.left,by SaturdayVhoat. oil  a  holiday trip to Victoria atid Van  I cottver.  Miss M. Mcleod of the Electric  Theatre, left for her home at Nanaimo bv Saturday's boat.  f A FEW PERSONS WANTED.!  t To complete syndicate now forming; for the;,purpose of       .������  ��������� buying4^000 acres of  B. C.,fruit land, $50,00 cash  ��������� required and large profits assured.     Send for pros-  ��������� pectus and full particulars to.the  jKootenay Fruit Land Syndicate^  325 HOMER STREET,  VANCOUVER, a O.  ���������  I e+^eee+++e+e+ee+^++++*+*+e++e+e+e+e4>+<>++t  Miss Gladys Lewis arrived  home by Tuesday's boat after  spending  a  month's holiday in  Nanaimo with her Sister,   Mrs.  George Gray,  and   the   penalty   for   violation  ;..      t.  jtKil!J2^$^oj&iiL_e**zeD^  ������������������"keii rouudTorsigKing iii favoToT, t-ei]der is caUg*u going in  excess  it,   thus stopping an   expression J of it.  3. * In case an automobile  makes a team runaway, the penalty will be $30 ior the 'first mile  ������ioo for the second mile,  ������2**o  aching team, the autoinobilist  must stop offside and cover his  machine with a tarpaulin pained to correspond with tbe scenery { j ��������� ���������������> ���������  2-   The speed limit on conn- ;^| g [Qg������ Jq ACCOUHt fOf'    SinS'er Sewing Machines   for  try roads this year will be secret j HH      , '        'sale on easy terms at.the NEWS j  ���������ain>*v-**a/*vv\-'^^  K.AIDA  *M***-**i*V*>������*'*-->**^'>>f*V^*****/i*^^  Merchant  ti  'OFFICE.  of opinion'as to wh-'ther-the property owners are in favor of it  or not.  Unless this mat'it is   settled  oneway or another  it will soon  be too late to do the work before  the rainy season begins. '  If this is the way the Citizens'  League means to art bucking the  efforts of the other League and  stopping the progrws of the city  we should like to know it, so  that we may1 judge of its use to  the city,        A CiTIZKN.  Abilene, Kansas, Aug., 15,���������  Alter an hour's session in which  no information1 was gained, the  coioner's jury that was  itivesHg  FOR SALE���������Six ringed  kitchen range,   in  good  condition.  Apply this office.  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY_  SUITS ffiADE TO   ORDER flfiD  IN A|SiY'STY-liE YOU ttUSri  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Tyee Salmon at  See C. C. Segmve if you want  for the third mile, etc - that the luting the death of Miss Bertha I aPia,l������' 0l'2ail> Sewing Machine,  teams runs;.in additional daitia-1 Illin{irnl *,,���������������������������������������������������*...,.' ^irt������������������,^la^"t���������fo1, ,lM sort,i of ,nnsicnl  in"  , strtitiiutitP, Cumberland, B, C.  or  a week-    Tin*  police slill'  old to the theory that two   persons entered the girl's room, ov * BAShRALL.  CUMBERLAND, -       - B.C., ������  wv-vv--*/-a%'V'**^^ vvvvv-vvw-'A'V'^^  ���������f  ���������-wi-iiiiin^  ges.  "Reserve $6,700,-000  4. Oi! approaching a corner  where he cannot com tu nnd a view  of the road ahead, the aiitomobil  isc   must stop not less than   100, ,      .   ,,     ,        .,  yds from the turn, toot hi* honi., empowered and chloroformed her  ri,^.ab!1^fi!l^"^1r'')U,n������^Whilc! Dr- S'Qc1 *lM decla,-ed! between   Nanaimo and Cumber  y Capital $5,000,000.  The Royal Bank of Canada.  PAYABLE   ALL  f*V  3  I DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CUUHEKCV  1 OVER TIIE WOULD.  if SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAYINGS ACCOUNTS *t interou  Arrangemen.s'are being made j| .*���������'��������� hi^ai 'Curwrt KnU* ,,I1"Wh1 ������" ^mht ������f *! uud U^U)llg'  and send tip three tombs at   iu- j.    ^ , j       .������������������     ,]lr!,  ,       . .,  teivaisof five minutes. > ' ft    \ *'UK* u''**"d" i-**'***-- on  ���������j.    Automobiles must b** seas- i*ia(* heetvmurdered, it is thought j to be played on Labor Day, Mon-  IS  a match f.\  CUMBERLAND,, BO., BtiMch, Open Daily,  * OUftTENAY, '������. 0 , Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdays,  "ONION WHAKF, B. O., Sub-Branch, Optm -riiuiednyo.  onably painted, that is, so  they  will, merge with pastoral cust-m-  -    ..  _,        i ble, and not bo .startling     TJievi  Campbell  RlVCr. S must   be   fjrreen   in   spring   ii.|S"������'������ revengeful   suitor  , springf   golden   iu  % M... P. MONTGOMERY, M������n������jV������r. i  hot M ,s.s Beiu'-'its was cither the dnv September 5th,  ou the  new la' JS  nu*. m.     i.nia*i.-i       viinr-i  U-. j   _���������     ' *j ^niiiniwKiiinHiw^  victuu of   housebreakers or ofjS*'ou,,cU  Eail  Fisherman and Fissile rwomeu  From All Farts of World En*  joying Grand Sport at Island's  Famous Resort.  NANAIMO, Aug.,  10.���������Visitors to Campbell Iiiv������.-r are liav.  ing great sport   with Tyee fish.  The fame of the Canipiivll River  as the home of the }';i;.-;iiiuc Tyee  stiiaou im*- icd to m'<;l*:rs coin*  ir,g   fiom widely scatt'U'd parts  of Uu' world und nt present there  are sportsmen from the old conn-  try,   South Africa rv*i-.l India   at  il**  Mew  Willows   Hotel.    The  .sk.'uiifr   Cowidnui ��������� I 'Ik- Union  Stfa!ii*;hin Co.'S'lU" . luiiigi-worti  that   M>iiie -.���������xcelk'1,1   -jnirt   ha-*  ��������� bcfii   ol'i.'iittcd dtiti:i'<  'he  hi.st  ten days.   Mr. nml  .Mi���������������'.  Kid*  lid ii*..* of New York ate   Hiuony  are ftmotig the foriu'i.i'c ones,  Itavinjj  caufiht 83 fish weighing  '*j"i/.t    I!>'*-.    duiil. ������    llieii    It-ii  OUMIJEULAND& UNION  WATER WORKS CO., Ltd.  NOTICE.  Sprinkling will In* allowed only  HORSE   FOR  SALK-Five  summer, red i Livingston of Jopeka. who was 1-, ITP,nH������    AddIv W T  in muiiinu and while iu winter, i    , ...      . .  ,    .     |yeRJS ok; n50 '������s' ,.APP,-y VVt J-  A     .���������.,... .       .    to have married the girl to-dny, Ipra-er. Bonora Bulding.  6. Automobiles   running   1111 ' *���������   the  country roads at ni^ht mnst! arrived  to  attend  the   funenl!  send up a a-d rocket every mile, j which will be held to-morrow,    i  and   wait   ten   minutes for the        ������������  j  road to clear    They   may   then      Korilin lwnelir. <f thoso who!  f:^lu^'.^i,I!l', I,IPW|"K U,Ch' ������W������op-printer-' ink as a primu-ftttt-1  hotns  aiwl wtootiug Roman can*i *,       . r       ,  . !  (j]CH j tor to iho iidviiiujcmeMt ol   then*!  7. All members of.he socie-!'"^'^  ^  *���������M   ^   ,illltjl.������tW������M. ll.e honr-of 7 to^in tl.o  ty  will give up Svmiay to duts- jS-niinon-.tliu *troiijr _pari*y���������Wft������ I moHiuifi nml Irom 7 lo  b  in  tho  ing  autoniobik-s,   shooing   and | the iiivt tuaii  to n*Jv������i'ti,-t-,   IJti;(!''('lllllr''  shouiiitg   at iht-m. making  ar-1 took two solid noliiinn-* to dt-nion-j    Loaky tups innst hu iitrotulcd to  rof.s,   and oiiit.-rwise discourag- jH,nit��������� )|U Htl,t,n^|1(  1U11|  M.vm|'nt onw.'  ,M8bTi. ������UTK"^ A,.y,.h.m������.'sorai|.liti(.���������1.������o(*x.  pi**.-*, an automobile, notiviih-t-.n [>������h*"w, Ho brought down tl.oMHting piping n.usr, ho ..atuMioufd  ding the .set-nit* tarpaulin, the an I (10111**1, Miytliti compimy,  lomobilist will take tin-  inachiiie j  ������������������  A. McKnkiii'I',        j  .tj'inr!  as rajiidiv a** pos.*-ihi" and '    Soiih* |n"ip|i*- think it. u iiiysii-ry .MiiniiL'cr, I  conceal the |*aits in tin- gra's        :t|IM, iKilwiiln.liiiuling ^"t.i.l   iflvii'o! ~* 1 ��������� !  o.    In Cii.se an autoiiiohilc ap   tlw'w liny*, ^row lip to b*,������ wild mid '*    NO'l'K'l'' i>ihorotiy tthen ih**, (in 'it.iitj  pioaches a house when ihe tculs ,���������,,,.-,���������; Vtmi���������   m,u>     l(   {U^l ������tu-r  I mtmitl tt, npj.ly t��������� tl���������, ll������������������ j  iti.-Uu-*tv,   it will slow down   tu,. ' .     . ,  ., llio'.hii.*! 0 iuuuN*u>ni.f <f LiitiiU ttmi  one mile an hour ntul the chaff* I '"^ W'"'u tn"&Ul Um> '"'"'tcy , *,v(���������*!t������ i���������r a | ^u*o t. Hr* npeot f**r tuuil *  cur will lay the diirt iu fruiit of,*'lilt '10l,u' v''-*6 *������������������'*' J'*''-'}'4''' J������lne������* jmj-.io) uu* iimler nn,l on tin-In u*. in NrJ-  tiie liouvu with it iim.it sprinkhr! f*������r   tlioni h:'i.-.i' duel*, ii.tliur tli.tti>" |)"*tfi������t' ������u������l'������*������wnb*. m r*.hi.w-i-  R, PHfLLIPPS HARRISON  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLI CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,   5  ������.������**���������**������(*���������*������  '1  IIMMiMli*  =V. B0r40Hfl==  tTianufoeturtert of miNBRAU LUflTHRS.  CXlholesole Dealer* in WINES, U1QU0R & BEEP?  P. 0. BOX 140  PHONE SO   CUMBERLAND  3C  3!  ���������NiJfa  31  '.vorked over 'he dat-viibourd,  N. H.���������-Tile rrsi'.li-iit fibove !'������������������  ilini*   ftiijuml Hut fin-uts nti  : a.*inuiciiofii|* st������ 'M-ttt li'nntwl 20 oh >iriH  tp May. Among .,,,,������������������ i^i, .Mr.si    ,        ,je    . .    ,  * !..!.! t,        !     ,t.      *:   . ���������   ,     , ,      I f  prowling  .uU....i������-...* Tii.*v.������, ������" ' w,���������t,rt]l, sN.w.t'..n...r if **������.iin.ii,i  iiiiyinitwell ami t-ick p.-ipl.* iililo*.  |1k:U(V ,, 4 w, uUilltti  ���������,,,���������,���������  liU|,,ll  ;,tl |  j I* tTi.'d   to does  not   i.'.uim tliesc*. noicii   of thi**. myld'y miV't    '*������''' ������.*Iu������in**.   'fnin'o *<o-t  5i������ o).;tii>������,   ilicw, I  t** i..:.i  *',\pluliii*i|, und   >'ouii,y nii'ii   wiih ;i*(Mtli.'������tti'li������iii'*, tli><o������ *������f'������t- SO oh-i*������  ped the .-iciie at 52 ins 1111,1!  th--j  ;^1U.   Mt.   KI������������rul-4fjT(,AiM<g.#,���������,7;  v*-*i   but1  LAND RlX.lbTUV ACT.  s.tui,.i'.*-.t  .',z iii,-;.    V,  il 1; sreured seven  1 ,1 , ,i,,- ,it., 1 ,* . 1,  * sti'd by hU wiff.  weighed 51 lbs. an*  inttii-r nioi'iil t-liiii'itctur am  iiitt-Uiirt'iit inituU wtiititl he tin* i'e-  suit.   No jini't'ut in't'd ������*.vjicct jmi'i'l  intirt*  in* in  ��������� un do t,iiti,ii,-������  I 1 jm.v'n ������.t  o,ii.-  i.S lbs.  O'U* lu >,  '.;'.������������������ <;���������'  |iu,     ���������������,���������:   .   1   11  Hill*'  I*  mil   as,    ,1  mi-'* -: t  ��������� !>*��������� tts.tis'ta"  - -���������������������������������������������������������������������  Mr -  ���������f������c *tge8l^a^  * l!i:i|!ffl ! ,*,|l  c V'.'i; h    .11  lUU<il Utlii'J&llnl4>(.f SA'y I9HI, .  K I'HIKsr.       I  ili-e, iirifeHW) I  i-iVJi  'iiuJi'iiIh   ill   a ,,1/i.iy tli.'tt prowl** llio*���������  ���������������������������---    ������������������- ���������.... j  .���������of .'.it .Tl   .tori-*, ol .Section US.  -t,������vrsi!t i.i.*iit. *-\vii if In-.In,-, oa'    Ntifii'T in Ii.*r������.*i.> K.*.*t-ii '*!i,e r-j ,l���������>- ]  *   ..    .   i-   ,  -,,,                                              ,                .      , , nl������*r  in*'   * l'.ii* ,1* i" *t.'i''.* I * "���������" ii -'ii.  .'!'      ,":!!*'!,���������   t,    ,                    ,    .* to bUIMlny Msl'Oul. ft'������fl 0,i,f(Jo.,,..,i������.i,m.r   i.f   l.,...!,  ....   i  < V.-.i,  MtUi.b, tli.it nn   iippli., ,������>,,.������������������,...������������������....    Wufkt u ������������������C0���������M. i.(|ir,���������)M,,., ,���������,.  ��������� ���������,j  I''OR hAI.I',, *iil nitr. I'm,'intiUr Hi** l**ud������* In Hi-mml  A chicken R'Uli'h,   at  Comox, ' t>h<ovt, ,1,1] ,i,.tr b'-t/������* mtjuw*.-���������J.'u,*..!  WE HAVE HONEY  To invest in any sound proposition.    TIMIIFR  COAL, or AGRICULTURAL LANDS.  Make ������ clear sketch and write fully in your first letter  if vou wnnt n definite answer. !  Western Canada Investment Company,  jjjl    -Sult-a 4**5, Flrick Block* Vnncouvtsr, H.C  <u ^u^mmmamtmi ptmrnnamn��������� ^-mrmwmmm** ************* U  *V1 inmmemtamem i,t������xw*rrf*a***j**?it*a tbunvueaaeeixtrm MmmaeeammeeeX tW  "11 *���������[  i-'i- '-1  I. "J hi-l'll li.'ltiir In H-  li'-ll,"*.|i nr <*'* 1,1'f in I*  '!,!��������� 1 !���������<*,*. 'Mr>l   "i   ��������� r '  <*oro alt  I   .-*.���������.���������   11U.1  *r*  ���������fiiirti i ' *  .'.������   ..IM.-���������'������������������.* I'--*  ��������� ���������' *���������- ','f.t'ii ������li ���������   i    1  L'r.   I'fadiifir.s  .   .-'    newly  I;, 1,   i,,,:',--cs    >>r������:i���������i;i-  \\>o hiving ii**n-*>: ai.^.i a  i  .   K--o.i  t.i.-t.'i,;.rt.(l,  iii.   (iit>! ������'   ������   |������ t ' l'������*if 't  o , l 11 1; n',  1,  ,.'*', -li* ���������*' K.  * i- -i* Ni-r ii ��������� ���������: 1 '  illl't'l.''*'  >Htl.*lf! llir A'-lilii I* l.ll,lfl,'>    ������*; ,  I):   I 1    tt'   '  Garden, Field  and Flower  i'-M/.l. Afi'ly Mts. I.':i,  i... 'tit- luteuuhuu..: .  (b*ri***rHchool<i, will 1 1  Und ������. vUit tbis wee;,.  ���������H    *���������*-"���������)  I 'll III *������*t-  f>.  **.i it ���������;.!��������� 1.1-'������  i,;- ft i' -I ,\  ������������������! .".'������������������*  V. ,.vi,tit|'i*.\  Uf 1 - ���������* r. 1.- <���������<���������( *r it  i ui'i'n   ���������| I-      lO.'I'lt'i'll    ���������' ili'l, -n-  tlifihiilit     till'    t-.\ I'lO'nttl    'I . i.,--  tltO h**| 1 'tl  'll '    ���������������<������'������-''   li"il-'#, I'll  Mi.'.f'i'.i t Vriii'ifitii-. ' -������������������' . ���������*��������� I-') ���������>���������������.  Ci***������ iiii������I i**������������ "'f "'*,,,��������� ' ',M������  ,1 '*-'  111 0  ;iii  *l   > ���������'���������  i',������������������* ,  *..   ,!.������*.    '���������'  t. t     III,   Ml, <l'l  *l   ..I  'I  ,1 .11  N'*-(v cioti nnw nrrivim* from o������r utow-mk in KneliniLFrstii-**  !,.!)!���������!��������� <nn*i:ii,!���������iirj.,m r*.,r Iv*  ;   ���������  H<������1 nntl. Cnii Kilt fltnl 'ho Ut*l'������*d St<*tci*.      AH'*������*���������*������<! ft* <0 vita ���������  , n- '* *<  l/.t..,,-  ������*i  i  lull'. <���������..������! -..(..jH't'*;., ������. 1 i  ix* i-'������,!,tiij������, m r>*<,r Iv* ;  j  ���������"<" *("'  11 ������������������������ ** ������*,. i,*>i.f  t���������l ���������, j itvn.it ptpiiv oil nrrivxl    Th** lw������: i*������ t*v,M<'��������� '"' h for ������nir *'ii������*  *"     '���������   *').-���������*"! Mint.-    j   ���������������.���������-,..-,      ( ������tii log Uf ttt-f.     IllJ-ll.i-i* ������Ml r ������������������-������.* ��������� 1 -'.ri}   ;if our  nifl  t   *i,ii<.', Uh.ii \\i\y.    A>t**r l.ittt in t ��������� a \ 1 .tw,.>>, winni    V*������!i .*���������  ������u-  ri������ttlii*"������-tj In *������r,        Aih'r*'**'  H. J. HfiNRY, 3010V%'??-**���������:!���������: "', Vsrcouver  na,.,*!,ar* ������Mi-<w mmmmm ���������iwwwai taiwi "1 win1 .n    .~mmmm,mm   , ,tfmmit^*m*m*Mmiim*mxi*ii<mammM  ii -l������v t.t 'itlv   I ���������! *.  ������.. ������   11 **'*.������.', J     t, V,  I I  ������ ? n  lit.


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