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Thu News, Eioiitkknth Year,
a Journal Devoted Especially, to th�� Inte'reia-ts of Comox Dl-striot.
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CUMBERLAND   ft. C,   TUESDAY, AUG. 23,  -910
THE BIG STORE
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FOR
Furniture
Wallpaper
Mixed
Paints
In All Summer Goods
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We  will   not   carry   anything over for next   season���everything MUST GO.    We cannot naiiie"evetythiug.    Call   audi
see values   .    . ��� ���   ,    ���    ,    .    .,".,-
SHOES-
New shipments in ineu'-s. women's .&'', Children's
FROM THE LEADING MAKERS
Beds and Bedding,
p
Reduced 'price, on every suit in the store for Pay Day
SATISFACTIONS KIT   GUARANTEED.
oSc5oE^iss  ;
We endeavor to keep nothing but bright clean stock.       Try a,
jar  of our Libby's Sliced Bacon, aheady sliced and packed  in-
glass jars. No wasie,. no flies, splendid for campers
GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
Simon Leiser &Co., Ltd.
Dunsn-iuir Aye... Cumberland.
^MAROCCHI BROS**!
GROCERS   &   BAKERS     j
AND PROPRIETORS  OF
CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS
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I THE CORNER STORE!
mt     ammmmm��mmmmmmmmt*mm*^mmKamm*mmmmmMmmmmmmmmmBm'*ift*��'u*'mmm'mmmtBm     ��� ****
�� Up $ Mt (Slotfrins /jRtd? itt
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���JJ U *o have jtiRt received our new ������/leu and MtmnJ**** **f tWor-nift-l**- C'otJj'nc *����J
J? "���  would like ycu ty Inspect thttm attd lotus t>tk��y>6ur]*-o>**ui't*fNt tor your Hav
**f Fall Stilt soil Overcoat.  With tho who!�� markot hefort V�� from which fo m��lE��
5j scloctfon", wo com intto in the boil** that th* C, .V. ft II. bMlid 0* clorhlns uu4o b/
^f Coppfer, ,Voye�� and Uan-lall, of Hamilton, his ooequtJ lt> faotdt*. for Sttj-'o-DlBt-
4i inctlon, uxclu��ivo p4ttarn��, aien��w* of toilorlog ani ��ia$an<ys ot fiptsb-   For th*>t
4i reason \ve .hall durote nil our ttrenfth ��*i(l etj*rj|7 to patihtug tirl*t I(a�� ot* suite u>d
4$ overcoats for Kail, bated on the*** prime tavia. '���
* e~��� ���-   '  '���" Mi"   " ***-����*��^^'
RECAUSE���They arc made of absolutely pure wool
fabrics only.
BECAUSE���Interlining** as well as -wooUeos. ar��
double shrunken. ,
BECAUSE���They liave more. Ii^dwork thaq auy
other clothing of equal cost.
BECAUSE -They have all rhc dif'inctive character
istics of fine custom tailoring.
..    ..  BECAUSE��� They are cut over iudividual patterns
<>! and are guaranteed to fit. il
en We heMovr. ttl-solutely in tha C. K. ami R, bra-.-" of rV.h'tj.-f-.t'-* ��������.'���- -"hy --vs an
A'"1' yon t-o bo.icvo. We know It froip atari. Wfli'tPb'. Tb.ir��ita*ro<.ile<lj:nwi*i,cui;
<- lorB.snil'ailorn rcprcs-ntan ovolaiioo oftUeh'yhsst eilJI-s. otiswA-11'..w at at.
**'     fdet, k harmony ofproctli.'tlon.llinr*""'"1'"*���*'������-*���	
-,     n,.��u auore repreprnt, aa ovolatiou *n'theb'<fh��!*t aljlll���5. (wsc(-D:r>rj'ni *��'o?.
���4M -"(K't, * harmony of procti'.-tlon. lti��< rutmltluifautpot, o/.w* ch j'jftl'Jen us* ia nt-phlo-*
V. thin line Id preferi'uof to onj'<>th��r. and it r*��!*J*��Btoa'ii-J'; -Iti.' clothiyj? ec the
o-j   ���'"";���  "���"**       ""'"' ""*���"������"��� '"*���*	
SUITS   MADE TO MEASURE*-;
Li*.
i $I7-6^^. $38.50..Wo* ���aroo, -$^06.   $8360
$3(5.00.   $37.��0.    $40.00.
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Campbell/ RiVcr Hjeap
Skookum.
Comox Fair Catalogues
Being Distributed.
Agents for Pilsener lircwing Company's BEICR
Wholesale Dealers  iu all kinds r.f
Wines and Liquors,
dTREET
SECOND     S
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Methodist Lawn Si.cial "^���S.^h %NV
A launch party, consisting 0.,
H.��� Leathwui, Robt. Q.rant, sr., |- '������'�������� C��niox ���A-rriciiliural Socl-
Robt. (Jraut. jr., W. JJ. Bailey,! "'-v's ,'i'ir ��'��t"lo^ hav�� \mnt imi.
ICd, Woods, J. li, Gray ami .Ins. j "'} ",l,i "m.V ���'�� l'ud by all-who do.
'���'ant, left last ti-HunJay after-j ���ii''e u"-,,>l f',(,��' Mm .Sc��mfnry, M.-
noon for Caniplwll River on a! I',,',J"11- Sindwiuk. or at tlm pohf
weekend lishinytri]) and return i''J,;,!0 ;(' "".v ������'' tht> follnwJMjr
ci\ 1 o town early .Mt-iulav   uioni-' l,oi,,!',:-iC,��mb��rlnii.L Courtonriv,
.^���infjM-ii.k, <Tiiiiir.|iuiti, (J-..i,ios. Ui.
'""  |!",V,   f)Mimim   iimj   Horribv
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'I'1'*.' j.rizo lUtis 11 itoml otii*, ������i}
1
Last Timeda*,' (ivonin^a a very en
ji.ipulilu t'uiif'i*t'e;ari,)iial social   mi**
held on thu lawns  ol' ihe elnurli
ami jmit'oiiii<r;t'.    Thu cnrlmr  par!
if the tvi'iiin*^ wiih ispeut in play
iiijt; und witne*��t*iiig lawn leiinii-,
I'lini'tH ImlJ innl ur.her jrattic**, uJnIe
itiwr in ihtu*vciiiiig, 11 pit.oiau.iiii*
ing, and jiKlnii).;*. not only from
renorts, but from the goods they
brought back, had a very enjoyable trip. The tup up was w-
ilit'r i-ti.rrny, ami passing roum.
the wiifle-s srntiun ar i-'ajx* Lazo
il was impossible to keep a diy
seal. On renehinc*-Oysif-r J*'iv>r
to drv out, one of the pai'tv u-lio
! the dislaiue  from   the   boat   to
I shore   ami was saved from   Hie
1 "lit'inv" only  by the lesouroel'iil
; iiU'tliiid*; of   the eapUiin, as.sit-ied
; by   Mr,  Woods.    On   ivuehin�� ���
i Campbell Itivcr, the   j��aity    win'
me' by "i.i',>e" Smirlmrst and II.'
Keesv,   wh** Weie unly too plea.-.-,
ed   lo   show   them 'he    fi*hiii';'
grounds ��tl 1 he i.miuiis Tyee, Mr. ���
K, (iiaii., sr,, lunke all his   pit.
,, eniiitins it luivo iiiiiiil*f>r of -.pi-i'i.'i
Mr. Jtiseph Martin nud AsMieiutes
Mny "ul  UritiVh ('uiiii'li'in
|nte|'i',sl��,
\"it,toiia, .Aug.. '.'*'>.���    A   **yiiili
eale eoithit-iing nl'  ilfiH'pli Martin,
K. C.. J. ft Harvey T, S. I'M ter. (
H'tii and   W.lniiu**   I'litieivon  hits! ���'    '"���*-
!| J. N. McLEOD. Du^y&AVE- i
I YOUR NAME IS GOOD. I
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ANYTHING IN
THE
JEWELRY   LINE
SOLD on SMALL
MONTHLY
PAYMENTS
t3**��-/lV~'*t>W|^^~-tv��^^^^-^w^WQ
STODDART
TStE JEWEI1ER.
Um- .*������� iinr 10 lb. Royal ll,���k otc.0,,1,, C,uib��rl.i��i.
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The   ei'ininittt't'   is doturmiimd,
ii' j>o.s��>ibl('tn innlcetliifs \>onr\> show
tluibcfl in the liistni'V of the *,i>'i-
w i"> thu   I'ui'iiii'i'ft  llieiiiscii'i's,     If (
��hey 'I.. H.ofr pin-i. ��'.* fee! .',,^..,."1'     ,-""^l">. A''W' ro.���Durit.;: -!��ej    Tlir ^T1m;�� Wotim, r.|  Si,- i
i!���."pub!;e uill ii*. ilrnhv won months ending Juh*   ,-jt,'"���ifk, !>�����! 1 i��  *i��ry ptH->'e.*)j.fi'l mIo
Tile nt.ii.-il Hiii-iii-n'vi.��  ,|iM't(. li.t i ,/"������'5"', pei.*-*Jils sailed front f'ri'- 0f n*or1( |:��t   Jhurn-jty  -iftfro**** u,
i*",i poit.-i In   the   Uniied   SMt*"?, . A'j*;', J>����y, -;n *!a*   .Mii-stou  li-vo.
; .<i*-.i*'*:5  to   CiiMili*.   :t.iS;>  t***     Tiie ^v.niiiT \*i��i.  is*nuMf'*,', *m1
i:  in |*���!������*��� |* -iiitinii,
|i'iri'has,:d.-,|| tin-ii^uihnf tin* |},i.
...       , -   ,*,   *' 'i^iUaiiatlian WiiihI I'iiIi,^. p,,,,,;,,
iiMstw^ ot vocai and iustruiuen |i-,miM11.,v    Tu ,     .   .. ' ' ''
i ��� . i *Mlipiiny.     I lie   irit'c it; imi iiieii.
��l iiMlhio wat. roiuhwi, iiImi n read Li .    ���   t   .   i "
ii.rhvlw  u r I,', '  tl"i��..i, but tl.e stiiieuii'iit   is  ),���*
"��I,U ""'""��� Ull"!..i^"l Umt it U ntapt'i,,, ������,,,,.,,
"�� t e evening, ,,;o ,rea���, was; wi��� n���(���. tl))1 H|,m'lJ,|tll, ��� ,,���,,,,
erveilon  tl,   Juwu   ,,tl   U,l,U.J|Itm���lllWonfl|,omi -
iccoiMttttl und triii'i'imt wi'ii ��,v...*tLi . ,    ,     '   '
.his ami  ���m���.|' fin   t!^,,.,-.     -a. I L- ���   '"'", X  ;"*'K'm.cMi�� ���i
,,  , n ,t | "'*'""', ���*������''***. .��*��� (mi in tiie iiitw cor
lie eiuM>, (wl)vu Mi'il eako Wti�� .i*n. | jKI,���tjt,���t
���i ''., Utt:   i.,u,c0.     A ,e.r   of;     TI.H syu.iieiite proposes ,���.���,������
wtuuu,*��   ���WM|   ���,,,   wem!witMllt.(1|VT]1,iu,)(if,|m  ���,:]!, ;il! made iuabtiut  six hours against
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ersoiciieetiugivgara,,!,, ��-,,,* ul,,,.1,, ������������,���,,.,, ,Hg.,.i,ti()ll>   ,*,���.   tl'
'.vserit  toi.l    euuiribule*!   iy  tlmj^atple.,. ^.aueiug  ���f .lie ,������,,���,.
'MignilUllie,  III,.I  liiueh lo   Uie   y||   !iti,,|l,
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t'l'iner uu j S'ti'tori.-i.
IF.-..-.-Ji -Austiji1;;i   and   i.J.'e;
\ttii a.
vioiis lecurd- by lauding, una1**
s'sted, by gji.fr, thiee line Tyt-es,
averaging ,*.<* Ib.s. [uudt'i 'bige'.-.'
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rollers whioh kep' the new con* |
fttaiulv on   ili�� idcri,  uu*l   was*!
a  it*, it ���  ,    11.,f
Mr- K. Smitlinrst  ;,-*ut a   tine
ti-.li d.iun by i|JV p.uty, :| yin  toj
j the liu-pital
t�� Sm'h f!irr<'�� '���("���'���  m /th  frotii  CmnuX
. B-iy.'in'i i i,u,:��''i!iiikJ, hvA<io the
......  a  jv,<-,-;!n of t' ,* \'*iji��'.y
Mi,-H   ('vi-uJiliMii   hot'    r^i^no'l,'    ''"'.'pi ���*'!", *fi,-r p',y'.-.g  ',..'.
V*r |,,i.',i'i'Hi ii* li'iH'In'rin th��' C'nnt
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""iv i. lKmt.),:epi,*,l M sell,,,,! m Ornnthmn. n����p����rn,t,iiy of tlmtjkiug  ��|1  ...{j-,
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^duy ��t n.,u��� at tlM. ���',i.,,������e mwH���tjV t,vc(i(  t ^      ^ i
I Mr. IL .\Io.,��,vi��,   tl��.  fire \n,y m***i.lhg tl.u w.vL ; .  u,,,.. .
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agMEN'S  HATSas
Sii-V-'
ALL orrR Mlv.V'S FELT, STR \W * CANVAS HATS
at HALF PRICE. SATURDAY
M<M.'s ?oh  Fell  H,,s i���  H,;i(.k  ������,  y4vy Gfee(j ^ U)gbt B|ije
"l',:",f"' **���""   3ATURDAY SI.73
M.'.,'s(;,i,n���, |i-b. Kegnh,, ;,Wi t0 $;.,0( SAT(JR(?Ay 3���r
Mn," .**,, Hn,r. 8| ���t0 * , ������  fATUR0Ay fw
Mens Clothing A!) REDUCED FOR SATURD'iV
;f CAMPBELL   BROS.
^L> Dunamuw Avenae
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Cumberland ^Y2 THE   NEWS,   CUMBER! AND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
* His *
Courtship.
By HELEN R. MARTIN.   '
���f "Till**: A Mcnnenita Mali"
Oapmriotit, tan. bv McChtrt.PMUtm*Co.
(Continued.)
isupice had a sensation as though
the earth were suddenly floatins; out
from under her. What did It wean.
Daisy speaking of "Dr. Kinross?" Wns
his disguise a pretense and did these
girls know hitn otherwise than us
Pete? What was this which Daisy
liad said, "You are as good as en-roned I
to Dr. Kinross!" Aud he hnd told ber j
that Ue "loved Georgia na." Eunice felt j
herself floating amid e|ouds of illusion.
, Georglana laughed and looked rather
pleased.  "I'm afraid your assumptions
upon junice once more the suit or
Abe, I ot neither their persuasions nor
their anger had succeeded in moving
her.    ;,
On his arrival he had of course insisted upon seeing Eunice alou����. But
he had met with such violent opposition to this from both Mr. and Mrs.
Morningstar thnt even tiie girl herself
drew hack, unwilling to brave the
storm that would follow her open defiance, lie saw thnt part, at least, of
what he had to tell her of her affairs
would have to be told In the presence
of the family. Surely the uews would
make her able to throw off the hist
vestige of her yoke.
So. Orst. lie had forced Morningstar.
under the lash of bis threats, to sign.
In n cold 'perspiration of horror, the
no more.
"Under these circumstances. Mr.
Morningstar," Kinross continued, "you
understand you will of course have to
part with Eunice."
Mrs. Morningstar started as If dodging a blow.
Would this man never hnve done \
tormenting and robbing th-em"?
"You think you're a-goln' to take her
away, do you?" she exclaimed fiercely.
"Why," he smiled! "even youcould !
scarcely expect her to remain here j
now." !
"I ain't leavin' her go!'' she stoutly j
tnttintalnod. evidently not yet realizing j
���it all the significance of what she bad *
heard. j
Kinross drew a purse from bis pock- j
et and. taking out some bills, laid them
WAS A TRUST BUSTER
j.
W.  CURRY,   K.C.,  A  VETERAN
IN THE PUBLIC BEHALF.
Present Anti-Combine Movement Recalls a Fighter of a Few Years Ago
Who Has Many a Trophy of the
Chase After Law-Breaking Corpor-
ations���He Saw Strenuous Days In
Toronto's Criminal Courts.
sented at least a fourth of his possessions) nnd pass it over to tbe bewildered Eunice.
"Now,  Mr.  Morningstar." he began
when this transaction had been coin?
pleted.   leaving   the   farmer   utterly
shaken  out  of  his orbit,  "1   have  a
j piece of news for you and your wife
j nnd for Eunice."
nre quite gratuitous, mv dear." |   ��� Eunice's   'ace   was   pale,   and   her
"Well, at least there isn't the least '' C'Ve8' iu,<>nt "I,0n h,S fnoe* were burn
draft for $''.000 (which In fact reprev- i Wore  Eunice.   "Your aunt, gave  me
doubt as to what his feelings will be.
ing bright.  He wished thnt he hnd the
Palsy predicted. "You'll do hi... brown: 1 power t0 r(?(1 al /'f houphts- "niflue
He won't be able to help himself uo I T*���*-.���*��� that she was. It was
matter how much he'd like to be a !!lstf'?("** eve�� ���D1'1,nful\,t0 1,avc? to
misogynist or whatever you call 'em." !l,rcilli his news t0 bor ln thp -lr(jscnw
"I'm not so sure." Georgian
protested, but she laid her hand affectionately on Daisy's arm.
"But you may be sure." Eunice
spoke with a half gasp and almost
���without volition.  "He does love you."
"What?"   Daisy turned upon her.
"Yes, Dr. Kinross does love her."
Eunice's voice sounded hollow to her-
eclf. She was dazed. There was a dull
dead weight upon her heart, an undefined but keen sense of loss and pain.
Dr. Kinross and Georglana were "as
good ns engaged."
'Tie says he loves you." she repeated
mechanically.
There was a sob in her throat that
ached Intolerably.  She felt an iinperri
tlve need to get away by herself.   Sh-
���suddenly  sprtm*' un   "mi  i,*>*"*-iip  t'm
etner   two  girls  could  collect   tnem-
of these people, who, indeed, seemed
j her natural enemies, but it was appar-
! ently unavoidable.
j "What's your news?" Mrs. Morning-
j star curtly demanded, her curiosity
getting the better of ber rage against;
him, and her husband, too. bitter no
i wns his chagrin, looked up keer>'y,
j suspicious of further calamity.
"When   I   spent   the   night   In
haunted room I made some discoveries.   I found out, as you know
the  ?4;0OO   belonging   to   Eunice
found out also some other things."
tie. paused.au Instant They all waited breathlessly.
"The..man and woman who left Eu-
Mcp here we**e not her parents."
"Now." exclaimed"Mrs. Morningstar,
yott nih't tellin' ii�� ���**at'"
"Och.   my   souls!"   breathed   Oil'**
setvessbe~w~as goner
���Eoi-eje��*jngxsJ/
| this money to give to you  for your
| expenses  until you Join  her in New
York."
The girl's eyes opened vide. "I am
to go to my aunt?" she breathlessly
asked. "My aunt'. It seems so
strange." she said, her face flushing.
a quiw?.r lu her voice thnt revealed pitifully her lifelong loneliness, "to feel
thut there Is some one lu the world
belonging to me!"
"Your aunt expects to send her secretary. Mrs. Keuyon. n  widov. down
here for you next week to take you
back   with   her   to   New   York.    This
j money, she instructed tne to toil you,
} you can use iu getting yourself some
i clothing   for   your  journey   with   the
I help of Mrs. Keuyon.   When you are
| with your aunt she will do everything
j In the world for your welfare, 1 know,"
!    "Eunice,"   cried   Abe.   starting   up.
I "you ain't a-goin' away to stay away���
| nln't not. you ain't?" be pleaded.  "Och,
i Eunice,   if   you'd   say   yes   to   me   I'd
the ! leave you  hire the wasliin' with  the
money wot your pop Inherited to you,
about I nnd I'd leave you spend at the does all
I    you 'wanted, and we'd go a good bit,
I too. to circuses and county fairs and
even.to the rooft garden in town.   Wo )
could afford to with your bavin' snch
a lot yet!   Why. I guess we could afford 'most anything!   Won't you say
yes to tne V"
Eunice slowly turned her eyes ut��:n
blm. "Say 'yes' to you now with free-
For an Instant surprise held both of
them silent.
"She's a little bit off the top!" declared Daisy.
"What could she have meant?" wondered Georglana,
"1 can't get aboard!" said Daisy. "I
don't think she knew herself. 1 always
Aid think that girl acted as if she bad
wheels."
"If Pete were still here I would ask
htm what he knows about her. She
la singular," Georglana agreed. "But
���what could she bave meant?"
"She never saw Kinross, antl Kinross never saw you. Sho was talking
through her hat." |
"Of course," Georglana again agreed j
reluctantly. It would be so much move |
interesting If Daisy's conclusion was j
not so tnovltnblo���If Eunice had not j
been "talking through her hat."
Meantime Eunice, tilono in the
"hmintcd" chamber, seated on the side
of the bed and 'staring with unseeing.
eyes Into tho darkness of the room.
l*ro|>ed In a greater darkness of soul us
she tried In her blind Ignorance of life
to understand her own great desolation.
Engaged to he married! What did
marriage menu to men like itfinV She
had an unhappy knowledge of what It
meant to such as Abe unit the other
countrymen it bout hero. But to a mnn
like Dr, Kinross, a man with an Intellect and a soul ns well its it body,
would not man-Inge moan something
different to such aH he?
Suddenly a hot wave of realization
swept over her. Some burning lines of
Browning on mo to her tulnd:
lie a ���"nd���and hold me with your charm.
Jim a niiiti-iinil hold mo with your arm,    |
"Kin you prove it?" demanded f��TT
- -Morningstar sullenly.
"What did they do with bavin' her,
vb^n, along with 'em?" cried Mrs.
.Morningstar.
"They had stolen her from her
home."-
"Well, I never!" exclaimed Mrs.
Morningstar. her eyes bulging.
"I hnd wished to talk to Eunice of
this and other details alone, but as
you made that impossible I'll give you
the bare facts now, after which," he
added ln a tono of authority, "Eunice
_4,JL'.2m���freedom just at my hand?  Mar
ty you and remainTT~bWd^laTe~with"
my heart still crying out as it has done
all my life, 'Who will deliver tne from
the body of this death?' Tie myself to
you, when liberty and the wide world
lie before uie? Oh, Abe," she exclaimed, "if the thought of marrying you
wiis horrible to me while I was under
your mother's and father's tyranny
how raiist It look to me now that 1 inn
free���free to live, to be myself, to
feed the hunger of my mind antl soul
with   all   the  beauty  of  the   world?
, Marry   you,  AbeT   A little   rippling
will come with me to hear In private* ,,,���,,,, broke from her lips. Kinross felt
what concerns no one but herself.'       , uls ,n,uln bent w,th tho shoek of tho
The Mornlitjrstars stared resentfully. J ,nv (lmt Ruddcn|V s,irg0(1 ���p *���  ���,-.,,
but no one answered.
"Her father," Kinross went on. "was
W. W." Wolcott ot Now York. He was
a mnn of lnrgo means. Eunice was
his only child. Her aunt, Miss Wolcott of Washington, who believed her
to bo dead, has meantime hnd possession of the fortuno rightfully belonging
to Eunice. Sho Is ready now to make
restitution."
"Kin yon prove It?" Abe here repeated bis fittber'B demand.
"How did you And it out?" asked
Morningf-tiir.
."Haunted rooms "reveal secrets." Kinross answered, with a solemnity that
made the family shudder to n man.
"How much Is comln' to hor?" Inquired Abe covetously.
"A very groat fortuno."
While the family imped, rtpeochless,
ho rose from tho tnblo and moved
around to Eunice's Rldo.
"Miss Wolcott," ho snld, holding out
his bund,."I congratulstq you,"
It took tho MornlnufHtars a long timo
lo grnsp It, nnd Eunloo horsolf seem- j
���    , .   , ..    .   .      . . ed dnwd liy It.   Sho hnd not the least
BunIt* Hunk down upon the bed niitl ��� tim  of whnt ���  gmit  {oyUmu ,
burled her face deep In the pillow,   |n j ^^    K[mm fmjnd  hor ch|1(,||k(> j
henrt nt the revelation ot her words
while ho mentally pronounced himself
nn nss for his stupidity in not having
remixed tho Impossibility of her cnrlng
for Ahe.
"Ty-rnntry!" exclaimed Mr. Mornlng-
stnr. inking up her -words, while Abo
looked dnaed. "After nil me nnd mom
done fur you���and our son even want-
In' to marry you nnd us urgln' 1t-nnd
glvln' you bnck your $3,000"-
The draft for thnt money wns In her
liiuii'. She suddenly broke ln upon hi��
speech hy holding it out to him.
"Tnlte It bnck. I know how ynu
have suffered in having It forced from
It'seems to be one of the divine dispensations of this world that her
strong men shall give up a part of
their hay-day to the service of their
fellows before they turn to the work
of securing their own rewards for
themselves and their families. It is
quite a common thing to-day to find
men when they have done very welt
by themselves turning to public service and philanthropic pursuit-; as a
sort of hobby, but they never bring
to ii the enthusiasm and the energy
that is the mark of the younger man.
He is young, he is strong and the
world lies before him. So we find
him essaying big feats and putting
them through against odds that would
terrify the amateur public servitor.
He does large tilings in n large way,
his   name   is   bla/.oned   forth   hi   the
papers, and presently after a hard j into prosecuting in
day'* work well done he steps out for
a recess while he puts his own affairs
in order. And the public which realizes in a dim unrepentant sort of
way that its' public men are rarely
paid as much as they can make
working for themselves, takes off its
hat for a moment and then proceeds
to forget.
- There are two saving graces, however, to the whole affair. One is the
fact that the man himself does not
much cure. The other is that such a
man is bound to. keep cropping, up-by
reason of the same force that put him
where he was.
A case, in point is that of .lames
Walter Curry, K.C., of Toronto, formerly crowii'i attorney of that city. It
is interesting in these days of anti-
gambling laws to rummage through
newspaper files of a few years ago
and read of his warfare against' the
pool-rooms which finally resulted in
the abolition ..of that form of amuse-
coe murder ,^case, in the famous
Hyams' case. His work, too, was the
civic corruption investigation, as a result of which several men went to
Central Prison for -stuffing ballot
boxes.
When at last tie decided to step out
and do a little work for J. W. Curry
just by way of a change, aftor seven*
| teen years in the public employ, he
j received testimonials from his asso-
; ciates such as might make a man well
, satisfied with his record.
"You have been the most efficient
| crown attorney we have ever had iu
| the city of Toronto," said Col. Deni-
, son, on the farewell day and the
j "cadi's" remarks prefaced the prcsen-
I taticin of a handsome watch and
j chain, a set of silverware, and a gold
': stick pin on behnlf of the official-*, of
j the court ntid police department. All
' of which goes 1o show thnt now and
j again people say nice things ubout a
I ninn without waiting until he dies.
j Mr. Curry has the common weakness of lawyers, a leaning toward the
] game of politics. He started in 1873
j in a bye-election in East Durham,
and, omitting the term of his crown,
j attorneyship, when he had ,to sit on
j the fence nnd eat his heart'out watch-
I ing other fellows fight, be has never
I missed a campaign. In 1908 lie went
i up against Alex. McCowan as Liberal
j candidate for tiie Legislature, but the
I Whitney wave was too great for hitn,
and  he finished next.
And this, by the way, is the only,
���chance. He could never be lured back
behalf of the
crown. He has "had his share of that
and has come well by his laurels. But
maybe���just maybe���after he has assured himself against visits from the
wolf, a fighting chance for a lawmaker's berth will lure him back into the public service. Law-maker's
seats are deadly bait for men of law;
WHERE BUNYAN SERVED
OLD MOOT HALL AT ELSTOW  IS
STILL STANDING.
"C0U.-JTESS OF OUFFERI.V.
Manitoba's First Locomotive to Adorn
Park.
The locomotive, "Countess of Duf-
ferin" famed .as being the first locomotive ever seen in Manitoba arrived
in the Winnipeg early in May from
Golden, B.C. It. was expected that
the engine would be brought from
Golden on its own wheelbase but this
was found to be impracticable. It
was therefore raised on to a flat car
which was duly billed to General
Manager George J. Bury, at Winnipeg^   The  car   arrived   in  the  local
J. W. CURRY, K.C.
niont in Toronti;, Combines, too; were
on his list ol enemies and in several
,U��vere buttles ho administered defeats
that "still tend to keep certain linos nf
business men from combining lo re-
i,-slnVhi initio,
l~f re igTiF^Re^l^rriltie~tim'e'-and--:t-was>
j, unloaded in the' yards und removed
| to the Winnipeg shops. Here it will
] undergo a thorough overhauling and
��� will be put iii. as good condition us its
i age permits. It will be re-painted and
, nindo attractive in '-appearance and
���'then in all probability will this sum-
I nier find n lust resting-place in the
: park facing the Canadian Pacific de-
| pot on Higgins avenue, Winnipeg. It
I will call up many an old reminiscence
i to the pioneers who wore opening up
' the West when this old-timer appear-
I ed on the scene to make traiisporta**
I tion easier, Its coining marked a new
' era, the passing ol the old ox-cart
I and tlic Htlveiit of railroads. Supt.
! John McLellaii, in speaking of tne
! Countess of Dufferin said that he saw
; the old locomotive first in 187S, lt
! hail been brought to Winnipeg two
;-yonrs before, in 1876. It was brought
; down the Keel River on a barge as
at that timo there was no rail lend-
ing into the city, Tho locomotive
1 was intended for use in construction
work on the line running from St.
Boniface lo Selkirk, Mr. McLellttn
addod that tlio locomotive wns built
! in 1871 and although it is much
] smaller thiin tlio huge locomotives
'-, of to-dtiy it wns of a fair nine und did
! excellent service.
1 I'or n number of years the locomo-
! tive wus used at tlio lumber plant of
1 Mackonxio and Mann at Golden, B.C,
I but latterly it hits been comparatively
little used and last year it was not
you.   And I don't need It   Take It nsj    ,*, \y, Curry wns bom in Port Hope
pnyniont for my bonrrt during tho re-1 in 185��.   Ho wns educated in the pub-
miilnder of my stay here/' '' lie and high schools of Unit town, nnd    	
Mr, MornliiRHtnr nlmoBt pounced un-i in 'W4 lie entered Queen's University j used at ull,
on It, while his small eyes gleamed.! {ro"�� w'li'>,1' ���'"���tltutloij ho gnitlmitml | nmT\"~A .    m   ���>
in 1878.   Throe yonrs nt Osgood** Hull, I Ontario Gets Most,
and in 1881 ho was called to the Bur, i    Western Ciiimdii naturally nltrnctR
His first pk'tnling wns done in Port | most immigrant*.    l*'roo land is tho
Ancient Building With the Green-
About It Was the Scene of a Great
Deal of the "Inspired Tinker'**
Evangelical Labor ��� Every Year
More Visitors Go to EUtow and
Memorial Hal! Is Being Built.
John Btuiyan wns born at Elstow;
near Bedford, in tiie yen" 1G28. Here
also much of his early life was spent,
and when afterwards he became convert '. from a life of irregular conduct
to strict Puritanism his native villag*
became the centre for preacher and
preaching.
The tinker-evangelist., as everyone*
knows, grew to fame not only as the
author of "The Pilgrim's Progress'"
and other volumes, hut as an earnest,
and "uncompromising gospeller; antl'
the old Moot Hall (of which a picture
is here shown) was the scene of much-
of his revival work. On the village-
green, where the hall stands, Bunyan*
held innumerable services,, for he was-
a great believer in open-air mission*
meetings.
This Moot Hall has continued to*
serve for some time as a mission
house, and here have gathered year ���
by year an increasing number of pilgrims from all parts of the world. As
n conseo.uence the Moot Hall ha*
become too small, and in other ways
Jnjujgguate, toaccoinmodnte Bunyan*
admirers, nTufTTTrTo^Etnent~hir-1here���-
fore;1 on foot to erect a larger and
more suitable buildine, to be named'
the "Bunyan Memorial Hall."
For this purpose funds ore needed,
and are being solicited from all and'
sundry "who honor the name of John
Bunyan." ���  '
It is to be hoped, however, that the
Moot Hull, with its picturesque outline nnd fine old timbered work, will'
bo allowed to stand as a memorial
also. It might easily be used for
additional sehool work and social
extension. -
"Tluit nln't no morc'n right, seoln' you
don't need It, and me I couldn't rightly
Hpn.ro It." He glanced triumph-*ntl** nt
Kinross.   "You thought you wns won
her trembling lien" only one thing wns;
clmr. That which In tlio tlttys Just j
past hnd irmde the sun In the heiiveiis j
nlilne for her ns It bud never shone lm i
for-**, thnt wiin over, lie Iti'louged to
another. Whnt Inttl lu* (o do with hor j
or she with him'/ She wns alone���ut-,
torly and absolutely atone. >
CIIAITEU XXIU. *
�� T ft ti clock In the afternoon two j
/\ days Inter Kinross was once
f\ more with the nttMetnlileil!
A k MoniliiuMiiirR In the farm I
Itlt-f-hen. Hit* ontlre I'nmlly. Including <
IiIunliT*, being present nf (he linp'irinnt *
interview he was having with thorn.     '
Tiie wltlidriiwnl of ilisirglnmi's nil I
fiervMlliii* pi't'Ki'tti'i' from tin* fnriii hnd '
rondo tiie family seom t** 'I'lnn-sH on j
Ills return <jttlt.�� Mlim-iki'ii nml Hinnll.   i
jlt   ��,..,*,    <v.*r>,,   iiow    nfter   Ills i
few rtny��' tthseni'fi mid Ills fresh con. ,
tact with Hit' world, Eunice woultl tt|* ,
pear to hhn from the point nf view of
fait own iiii'l her mint's world, nml It
M-eiuetl to him now ns ho looked nt hor
siding opposite   htm  nt  the  kitchen I
��**,,;�� vi*.*.;   !���    "    "���'' ilotiir-hed
from Im-r ������nvlroiiiiii'tit tluin In* Innl nt
first thought li**r nml far more nkln
to his own nud her itiitu's sphpre of
life ttiuu thnt of the fnrtn���to which,
ludeetl, alio api'iucd entirely nlleti,
He 'uncled today Unit the lniblttinl
nflan'-hftl.** of her eyes wns Inteiu-lllt'd.
But surely the great news lit* laid for
her woiiltl niiHil.v ���*"������>��ipate It nnd tho
���nrifrlnnl "pule drub" of l��-r i-jtinteine
change to rt*��y Iiu��h�� i��-rh��ps. olt����, to
lurid tine*-for In hi* heart lie felt not
��� little nil*-*lvlng tt* to the inmslbly
baneful effect of her m����*uiIuc good
fur-tun*.
Ttmforo rctmnlna lie httd sent a me*.
tiratptunco of Uio stupendous fact both
refreshing nml amusing,
It roijnlred a vast deal of explaining i
before lie could make them all even bo-
gin lo understand tho discovery lie Innl
niiido. Mr, nnd Mrs. Morningstar worn
loud In their eonimonts and titieslloiis.
Even Olllo ovorcamo hor habitual shyness beforn lilm nnd beenrno articulate.
Only Eunice hnd nothing to say its sho
sat motionless, with her eyes fined up-
nu. his face, when ngolu ho took his
chair opposlto her,
"Now, Just to think!" heavily breathed Mrs. MornliigHt*ir. "Who'd 'n'
(lunik It?"
"Och, lt minds mo of thnt there story
nf Cliiderolln, nln't?" Olllo appealed to
Kinross, inking courage under tho excitement of tho occasion to dlsplny hor
knowledge of literature,
"Now, see whnt you done mo. mom,"
exclaimed Alto bitterly, 'win, you u',-
wu.mi -if,*, in' l.uultv tin' i-i'iMii' i'p lo
tue! t>��-o whnt you cheated me out oft
If you'd of loft us bo, look at what I'd
Ih�� comln' Into!"
"Yon, anyhow!" Mr. Mornltigituralso
Utter,v  reproached  hi*  wife.
But Mrs. Mornliigstiir turneii nu tno
Inlter resentfully. "Just its If you
wasn't always ngln It ns much ns mo!"
"I only thought thoy oughtn't to on*
gage 10 ninrry till they was sure
oiK'i't," lie declared,
"Well, if you nln't"- But she checked
herself judiciously, "That's .*.'.. '. u,c,��ut,
loo!" die iiIko declared, turning np-
|*i'|)IiiiK1> Ui I'.UUli'C.
But the girl did not reply. Mrs.
Mornlngxtnr slghi-d henvlly.
"Hut look a-nerer ��ud*leni.v cried
Mr. Morning-star. "It'll spite thai there
mint Hcmppln lurrible to hnve to give
up the mrmej* after her ha* in' it all
Hope nml there, nnd in Millbrook, he ; lodesloito, ns is evidenced by tho Inct
upont the next eight years.      Thoy   that in thu lineal your 1010   hi nor
dorful  smart, nln't glttln* this hero; wero years profitably spent for In 1880   cent, of our total immigration settled
money off or me?   But I got nhoad or when ho wont to Toronto ho was at   there.   Tlio propaganda oorrieii on by
you that thero time." i once mndo noting crown attorney, and . the Government is not. however, con-
Ivlnross -rovo ft SWOrt laugh,   "I'm' '���'���p1'1 thn,! pout with such success and |nn0(l to'sottling thd West.   The oxo-
^r;.5?:,2.Cn��;ii "sl^'u.,-��.*.....*.I���1 yM"nm ,mm"md'-"<���""���
die of cnnnln' aeaaonr oxolBlmod Mrs,; rorito eriinlnnl courts, 'it was tho orn
Morningstar, with a momentary re- of tho giants when Bigclow and Mur��
turn to hor habitual asperity toward doch ami Nicholas Murphy nnd J. (I.
tho girl. "You could put off goin' to' Holmu* flourished in thoir might nnd
your aunt till a couple woeks a'ready i tho oourt/iKuiit*Jn which Ibp^fouKht
anyhow
tn got through nil without you?
mobbo If you stayed on a couple ot i "or To "tl" iti ' i ii^VtViui **ot* eViiM-Tof nloot.
weeks you'd como to me it soroo dIf-, Tom HoWnetto nnd Harry Drayton
to-rent about Abo too." wero  Inter eomnrs  into  thnt  group,
"Just as soon as tbo lady whom my nnd Hartley Dewnrt eventually ciunn
aunt Is sondlng for mo can take ma in h" ctMinty crown attorney, Htrango,
jgrnnUtd to Cunndiiuia aloiio ��� leaves
, treiiiuntloiiu gups in the Knst, nml tho
I success ol the effort to (111 tlioso gaps
i is clearly shown by thu (act that 68
ijior cent, of the British nrrivnls���tbo
,���, �� w����.w ���,������" ...��....,. ���   . , -,,      i , ''tost ngrlcultuinl class of Immigrants
How Is mo and Ollle goin' ^l./'^L.'Tl, *?!!. J. ^.tt  I-"'""!" )>' K'irtorii Cnnml.i.   Of tho
-.��..nu ,^1^... i..������, .��.����������., .,..,i..����.t | \v��Ht4*rit  Provinces Albortn seoms to
Ami nr<"���l���', wiioro b'Knl strntogy replaced
Al     mot nnd tridont and thundered rho-
i bo tho favorite, gaining ���kJ.iWHi sot**
!tli*rs; llritlsh Columbtn, ao.ft.12; nnd
I Hiinkiitt'licwiiii third, '20,218, which wax
I more tluin Quebec securod, Ontario
roeeiveil  tbo liirgost nuiiiber ot nny
away I Hhall go."
(To be Continued.)
Sweet Wllllim.
Wbure   titivu   you
been,  my
"And
petV"
Thus little VYIIIIo'm mother to llttlo
*7!!!!k * ti Id" ''fiifi iiiiit,** nfrer nn
unwonted nlmiMice of several bourn,
'Tliiyln' poHtiuuii," replied the rum.
Uy hope.
Playing iMMUmnn?"  feneauHl Wl|.
ly onoiigli, J, W. Curry Is tho only
until ol the curly circle who reiiinins
to tell nf the fen In nf arms thnt wore
nvtllud off beforo Col, Dtinison and
tlio county judges in tho iilnetios,
Itigelow, Murdoch, Murphy, nnd
HoIiiiph nre nil (lend.
From tho timo that ho took over tho
crowu nttornoysliip, Mr. Curry stflrt-
ed on a strenuous enroor,   Ho nroso.
culeu ut litu fi..,'.,,,.,;.; r:t"" In '04
nml '**''*. nt\*l ended by putting that
alluring long*di-Uiinou ineilnni oi piity-
ing tbo poiiiiis out of business for
good and nil.     Then thn loan men
���age ahead of bin, to Mr Mnmtn���*���*������ nr, > tint hum- snd tkluklu' ItV h"
warning lilm t,�� be rendy against hi*
arrival to pay over to *'**tiire Inline
fjlately tit-*** >��<im ��*f $."���**'�� <ir U- pre-
fWrwl fn iti'tepl I lie eii||i����-��|ttetM-*fit,
Theeffwi of tlii* <fiiiiiiitiiii,-iition had
been lu lend tliv Muriilug-mn* lo uiye
"I guens, too;** agreed his wif����,
ViiiiW Kliinced nn liupilry ut Kin- i
ro>*��.   "Wl.i It leave my aunt p-Mir';''    j
"rompiiratlvely.   Not win,( >��nihstfe
Wn ����etmtomed to call |��*M,r."
The j,-!rl looked tnoaghtfut. but ssld
Uo'�� mollier.  ".Mid how does ono plnj* j enuie in for it, Thoy nro n hard elms
to deal with porninnontly, but Mr.
Currv Miioto thoni iiinnfiilly in his
rt*Kiiiiti tuni n *>mp ,i i.>t��rt -.'..v !..'-.:
tho "huiidrod jier cent." traders
tluovo iigniit in Toronto. Then the
fnko building afsaclntioiis. Tbey went
the way uf nil flesh untlor n rain of
suiiiiiK'tixcg und made way (or a crusade iigniust th,' bucket shops, a
hardy perennial nuisance tbnt noo<l
Ift-Uttetil iriitliH'tit, Pri"i<'ritly the
Inmoui* tuck cotnbine H*t|uirt-*i atten-
im, nud Mr Curry attended to it
Willi telling effect,
Lutet on he had the plumlter* and
plumber*' "tipply bouse��> in the dock
(or e'liixpifn y, and ilenptu- the in-
atle(|��i,t*t legal runehlnerj* provided In
iboft! dii.vi* to deal with such organ!-
raliot.*,  lie detilt  than ft  ��t.iggt*rinu
itUi'** -
ScaHere.1 tilting among iheno ***ere
' the multitude ot criminal c��m����
! agaiii"' itnlivt'ltinls that nrv the wort,
, (.1 a crown ntiorney in a big fit*.
j tH*nie of tbi-iii nre historic. M*\ C��rr>
i prepared tut* pro**cutiuu in the Vs'
post mnn, sweet'/"
"V^u>. i i*-' ���'������'' .i !''M'*." ���** Men
house In the nnul," explained tbo proti*
tgy-"real letters um,"
"Real letters, darling?" inqulrml
mamma, smiling, "Hut wherever did
you get the real leiters from'/"
"Out ot your wardMitv drawer." responded Willie '-Those fittl ones tied
ip Willi pink rililni���."--Aii��wers.
He** It Hspventd.
Tou've it*����i'<l iiimi ��,i��i��nt storfi
Tn# lormid* ran a rara
Ana grsliltml a lot t*f story,
A mo��l ununtui i������
Tbe tnaeem ����������*> *�� hstier
itss tvidtnii) s*i***��-it
Tn�� ��lrui���� id M.r uuttu
���Aere -jsMlsfl!. fuiii.riwttd.
The el*1 yarn If ,rii*it*��i)iiitf.
Herts tm�� it'v in* s ���**,�� dantt
The narm �����m pm�� i*��i r,.i ��i*��iin��,
AjmI so It*" ii'Muim* *im.
-LouwviiIb Couner-JourtMi
I individual proviut-u, Knst or Wost.
Canada's Population.
Optimist*, I'Stiintito tlint the nopuln*,
tion ol Canada will rench eiglit millions when tho coiisus is tukim uoxt
yonr, The Census Burcnti e-ttlnintod
our ponulntlon nt 7.1(44.744 on March
III, 100(1, nnd ot this number, l.i'ld.OOO
nro in the West. Ust yonr, '200.000
inimigrniits rttiicliod our shores, and,
HSHUIIIlUg tint in,i. .Iv..!'; A}. "'��� 'hn"n
are ,ii'''-' we��t of the OrniU Lakes, tbo
���tonuliition thoro would equal l.twiU,-
Ui). 'Ihe efloct of tbu upbuilding oi
i the Wost i** shewn tiowbero moro
'striking)'' than in tho representation
ot tho House of Common.**. In l*Mi7
the House numbered 181 members,
nil hiisterueo, m ��i*-i.>, ��'-.v,v *,.;.
100 Kimtern renrefeiitaiives an* 10
Western i in leOd Iho prt>|***rtlon* were
IIK1 and 17 rt'-*|K��( tivoly, and nt present
thoy stiiutl lHtl tn .'If,.
8u|sr Production, I CM.
���f>nly two provinces took part (n
the |iii*ductl,iii o| beet mignr bwi year
-Oiitiiriu and Allwrtn. There were
three bii'lurie* In upir stinn, the one
iii Albertn being nt Itnyui'iml, and
those in Ontario, at Wnlhiceburg and
Berlin, resiM-ctiveljr. lb*- total pro-
ductioii, as the figures show, *vn# al*
tiont vo.CKXi.wO pounds, of which Ot*.
,-t*��o fiimMhe*! h'Mn.wn |M,iinds. Th��
totnl in -vatic devotetl to the cultur**
t*f the iteet lor suunr, *���*���� Vl.lflfl tier*".
ff which a.W war in Alln-rta. Tlw
l*ritnr�� supftlyicg the Waltnrehtirir
fiH-irv received aUiiit It't.V) per ncrt
en 1'ie nvem/tt, Berlin YJ!>. aud llej-
��� .^.,4 U7.
Lord Wolseley an  Invalid.
There are still many surviving Canadians who knew Col. Garnet Wolseley when lie lived in Canada and
when he organized the Red River relief expedition of 1870, They wili he-
grieved to learn that vor,, serious reports are to hand respecting the
health of thnt pnllnnt veteran, who is
now Field Marshal Viscount Wolseley.
For some time past his health hns
been-very indifferent, nnd he has been
compelled to spend most of his time
abroad, while he hns now relinquish,
ed all active connection with the
army, having given up his post its,
Colonel of the Royal Horse Gunrds
(Blue) and Gobi Stick to His Majesty,
A low yours ngo he sold off his pretty
little country sent of Glyndo, in the
heart oi rural Sussex, though he still
retains the suite of apartments iu
Hampton Court Palace granted to him
by the Into Queen Victoria. It is
stated that his memory is now failing
hint, and at times he finds it di(IIcult
to roeolloet faces of old frlonds whom
ho hits not seen for n little while, Up*
to �� short time ago Lord Wolseley wus
busily engaged upon another work of
military inferos!., but latterly ho ha*
been forced to give this up, ns he
finds the strnin too grout for him. It
is hoped, however, that, with care,
soma considerable improvement in his
hoalth may shortly bn manifested,
though it is unlikely thnt he will ever
Im soon in nny of his old haunts; In-
doed, it is now oxpocted that ho wilt'
settle out of Kngland entirely,
A Blind Phenomenon.
Tho donth has occurred nt Halnn*
kor, near Chlchostor, of a reninrknldo
blind man, named Stephen Tnrgott,
who wns in his Itflrd your, Ho wn��
appointed village postmaster, antl tor'
twenty yonrs dnily delivered and col*
joclod tbo letters in the district. For
thirty years ho wns the local news,
agont, delivering his pnpors regularly,
nnd he sung in the village choir. He
learnt to timko fibre mnts and clothes'"
bnskets. both of which he utippllod
to the ducnl houses of Goodwood and'
MolccritulM. Ills kriowledco of these
industries lie lmnnrta.il to another
blind mnn nt Singleton, and in order
to give him lossons walked two or
three time* a week over the dawns by
n dnngerous nud iiutietiii p,t��ii, IU
t,t'��l��,' ttll !'!''��� <'w'" Vt1or��, and fre.
uuently walked into Chichester to-
shop.
Burned With Sllvir and Gold.
An extraordinary liro took place re*
ceriliy hi niniii;, v.*.�����'...�� !���'������".''������* !"
the amount of $26,000 in a Jeweler'*
���hop, many gohl and silver articles
boiug melted. The firemen had a curious experience. When tho fire was-
over It wnu found thnt their eo��ti��
wero sprinkled with silver which hart
fallen on them in a molten state.
One ut tin* men received a serious-
burn on tho hand from a stream of
molten rtobl. \ftor the tire the ba*e.-
ment wa�� guarded by police, n* gnbl
and silver, melted and afterwards solidified, was scattered among thr
debris.
Usual Way Want-id.
As the tram neared the cilj- the*
colnred puilf' up*,(roii''h<-'l fh<�� \nvta\
!��<*���! gentleman. ��ayit,ii **nh �� "Utile;
"r'h'iiF Ui tirtii-h yo' off   *n*i'"
"No,'' he leplu-'l: "I i"*'ler to gel
ofl in the u*u��l n.*ii��'r. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ii*  A Bad Condition  of Liver and Stomach  THEY KEN THE, BIG MOD.  -Chronic Indigestion and Bowel Trouble Which is Overcome Quickly by  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY AND  LIVER PILLS.  To the person with liver and stomach troubles everything ��������� looks blue  and life is scarcely worth living.  How different he feels even after the  first dose of Dr. Chase's Kidney, and  Liver Pills. There is no treatment obtainable which so quickly and thoroughly awakens a sluggish liver and  sets the bowels in healthful and regu-  lar action. '  There is no question that this condi-  tion is the real cause of trouble and  that any medicine which falls short of  regulating these organs cnn at most  only afford temporary relief.  What tired, languid feelings after  menls, when the process of digestion is  going on, pressure of gas on the heart  and consequent smothering sensations.  What a miserable depressing feeling  comes over mind and body.  And yet how easy it is to change all  this by use of this medicine of well-  known   and     decidedly    remarkable  value.  You are not making any experiment  when you use Dr. Chase's Kidney and  Liver Pills for liver, stomach and i  bowel disorders. You can be sure b?-!  fore you use them that the results will ^  be satisfactory. You will not wonder *  then why some people are so enthusi- j  astic when they talk about Dr. Chase's >  Medicines. ,    ���������  Mrs. James  Lawrence, West L'Ar-  loise, C. B., writes:    "I have   great  confidence in Dr.  Chase's  medicines  and believe that Dr. Chase's Kidney-j  Liver Pills saved my life.   I was a |  great sufferer from chronic dyspepsia  and  entirely unable to do anything I  Two   boxes  of   Dr.   Chase's   Kidney-  Liver Pills cured uie and I have recommended them to many people.  "My husband was cured of liver  complaint by using these pills and we  [would not think of being without  I the'm in the house."  I , Dr. Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills  I One Pill a dose, 25 cts. a box, all deal-  j ers, or Kdmarison, Bates & Co., To-  I ronto. .Write for free copy of Dr.  1 Chase's Recipes.  Canadian Pacific Railway  M  Summer Tourist  Excursions  TO  Eastern  Canada  AND  Atlantic  Coast  WEST  TO        "  Pacific Coast  TRAVEL EAST  VIA  Lake Route--S Steamships  each week between Fort William, -Port  Arthur and Owen Sound,  Fast Express .Train Daily between  Winnipeg and  Toronto,  Through  Coaches and  Sleeping  Cfirs  and  Dining  Cars on all  through  trains.  For tickets and all information   apply  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY,  c. e. Mcpherson,  General Passenger Agent,  or  to    any    ticket    agent  Winnipeg, Man,  B.  C.  Sunset's   Hielan'man  Aroused  an Old Bruce Boy.  i The sturdy sons of Bruce County,  the famous region that divides Georgian.Bay from Lake Hi'i-on, are to be  found in every western town or settlement from Kenora to Dawson city.  Recently the editor of The Vancouver  Sunset knowing that he wns making a  popular appeal on the coast and in  the west, published nn old-fashioned  wood-cut of a Highlander, one of the  sort used to illustrate advertisements  of Caledonian games, the favorite diversion in Bruce County. His kindly  thought brought a response from The  Salmon Arm Observer, entitled: "He  Kenned the Big Hielan' Man Whatever,"  The picture of the old Lucknow Hielan' man, will make many a Bruce  and Huron old boy homesick, says  the exile at Salmon Arm, B.C. Many  there are who would take a trip back  to witness the Caledonian, games if  only they had time or the. price or  both. Some of, us who have sec . no  person from "home" in recent years  will wonder if Johnny Murchison,  Sandy McPherson, Sandy Lawson,  and many other of the old-time Scot-  ties are still oh deck; whether or not  Jock Adams will compete in the quoit  tournament, and if he lo3es will want  to bet a coupld of his pet canaries  that he could win another round; if  Jimmy Hunter is still living and will  announce the results of the athletic  and dancing records so that all on  the hill may hear and that without a  megaphone. The editor of The Observer learned Viis trade in the oflice  where the "big Scotsman" is print  ed, as "devi   THE HORRQHS OF  COSTLY SIGHT-SEEING.  ilXDIGESTIOX    OF    A    LIFETIME  i PROMPTLY   CURED   BY  ���������'FRUIT-A-TIVES.''  Mrs. J. R. Flock, of London, Ont,  ' for years received  the  best  medical j  attention that Canada afforded. j  Her husband was a prominent phy- ;  s,clan, yet his skill and that of his!  colleagues, was of no avail in helping  ! Mrs. Flock. 'i  She writes, "I was a constant mar-  jtyr-to Stomach Weakness all my life  j and no physician could cure me, but  |'l;ruit-a-tlves'   gave   me   entire  relief,  j ana I cordially recommend this fam- I  j ous fruit medicine to the public."  ���������j "Frult-a'-tlves" 'corrects all elisor- j  [ tiers of digestion, and is a positive j  j and speedy cure for Indigestion, Dys- j  | pepsia and Constipation. 1  i    "Fruit-a-tives" are sold by all deal-  i ers at 50c a box, 6 for $2.50, or trial |  box,   25c,   or  may  be  obtained . from I  i Fruit-a-tlves,   Limited.   Ottawa. i  A Born Pessimist  "What is the baby crying for, my!  child?" '  .      , j  ^,        "I dunno.    'E's alw'ys cryin'.      I-  pushed" tiie big roiier   never came acrawst any one wot looks  At the Campus Gate* j  Classmate���������Well, old ('hup, I suppose you are glad it is nil over?  "I guess the fellow who pulled me,  through is gladder thnn I um," |  "Hero," said n lady to a boggnr, "is  it rIiish of wntor���������-pure, cold, delicious  water, Wbntf Vou refuse it?" He  shook bis head nnd sighed, "I have  to, mn'am," lie said. "You see, I've  got an iron constitution, nnd wntor  woultl rust it,"  Sweet Girl Graduate  Matron���������Will you go nbiond whon  you get lioiue bt'ioiu taking your place  in society?  "Pupa thinks I'd better go into so-  ciety first, Then, yon sue, I mny go  abroad ut the expense of some one  olao."  which supplied the ink, and later on  pulled the old Washington hand pres3  on which the large posters are run.  Here's hoping that Lucknow may-  have as big a crowd as she did the  year that Donald Dinnie, champion  athlete of Scotland, favored them  with his presence, and was'defeated  by the boys of Bruce, Huron, and  south as far as Zorra.  upon  ; does.'  Fall  the dark side of tilings as  'e  REST AND PEACE  A Veteran Campaigner.  ���������In anticipation of another general  election in Kngland the Liberals of  the Banbury Division' of Oxfordshire  have   again   chosen   as  their   candi-   itching, burning, scaly and  Upon    Distracted    Households  ' When Cuticura Enters.  i Sleep for skin-tortured babies and  : rest for tired, fretted mothers is found  ���������in a hot bath with Cuticura Soap and  a gentle anointing with Cuticura Oint-  '. uient. This treatment, in the majority, of cases, affords immediate' relief  in  the most" distressing    forms    of  crusted  date the Hqn. Eustache Edward humors, eczemas, rashes, inflamma.  Twistleton-Wykehaiii-Fiennes, who re- fions, irritations and ��������� chafings of in-  presented the constituency from 190G fancy and childhood, permits rest and  up to, .'tlio last general election, when sleep to both parent and child, and  he was defeated by Capt. R.fB. Bras- points to a speedy cure, when other  sey, Old-timers in the Northwest will remedies fail. Worn-ouT nnd worried  scaicely recognize under this cumber- parents will find this pure, sweet and  some cognomen young , "Ned economical treatment realizes their  Fieunes," who for some years owned highest expectations, and may be ap-  and ran a'horse ranch near Fort Qu'- plied to the youngest infants as well  Appelle, and who, with his chum,-the as children of all ages.   The Cuticura  Hon. Maurice Gifford, went through  the Northwest campaign, twenty-five  yours ago, as scouts attached to Gen.  Mitldleton's column. Mr. Fiennes, who  still retains some of, his interests iu  the Northwest, is the second son of  the fourteenth Baron Saye and Sele  antl brother of the present one  Remedies are sold by druggists every-  where.  "Are marriages made In heaven?"  The lecturer paused, as if foP answer '���������  to his interrogation; whereupon a man;  with a hunted look glanced furtively j  ,   -.    . ..      over his shoulder,    swallowed   hard,!  Mr. Fiennes, who is now an active moistened his lips and said, huskily:  member of the London Stock hx- ������Do strawberries grow at the North  change, was born in 18b4, so that ho  p0le?"        '  was  twenty-one at the  time of the    Rial Rebellion. During that event ho  was' known to overyone in Middleton's  column as ono of tho pluckiest  scouts, and one of tlio most unassuming young fellows in the force. In  only one respect did ho put on airs.  Wliilo others wero content with be-  ;    No matter how deep-rooted the corn  ior  wart, may  bo,  it must  yield  to  ;Hollowny's Corn Cure if used as directed.  Gas For Amateur Minstrels  "Why is n real-estate agent like the  stowing only the absolutely nect^nry ;      " "9n������ ������rcni cm  care upon their mounts, Fiennes kept ;' ',���������'   ���������������P*������>, ,  his horao groomed and his saddlery       J���������. ;" ,}���������<> won  claimed ami burnished with ns much   uPInr nuw-  t reduce rents on  Indignnnt Nelghbor-"Tlio little  hussy, Fnticy her motli'nr nllowing her  to go about in one nf (Item Directory  drosses,   It's scandalous."  The Little Hussy-"'Taint n I)ir.*o.  tory dress; it's nn accident. I fell off  the fence nnd torn my frock."  Minard's Liniment Cum Diphtheria,  Hi*���������T. wish, youM tnll'tno how to  pave the way'lo your lioiirt.  She���������Whnt tlo peoplo ("onernlly use  for pnvingP  He���������Oh--er���������stones, I suppose,  Hhe-Well?  Tin���������Hut whnt sort?  She���������Why not try it diamond to  commence with?  Regarded ns one of tho most potent  compounds   over   introduced      with  .which  to conibnt  all  summer  complaints mill infliiiiiiniitlon of tho bowels, Dr,   ,1,   I),   Kollogg's Dysentery  i Cordial hits won for Itself n reputn-  I tion that no other cordial for the pur.  1 prise etui aspire to.    For young or old  I suffering from those complaints It is  ! Iho  best medicine  that ems be pro-  !cured,  cloimud and burnished with as  care as if they were about to pass under the critical eyes of tho judges at  a liorso show. And, of course, he was  his own groom, and hud his turn on  picket mid fntiguo like tho rest.  There was a tradition in the force  thnt ho wns well-connected in Nng-  land;  but wlint,  the connection was  USE OF ALUM IN MICHIGAN     j  ;    State Chpmial V, W. Robinson, In'  nn  interview  some days  ngo, stntod I  ;thnt Bilking Powder Companies have,  J for months boon terming sodium nl-  uitifnum  stilphnle ns one of the  in-1   ���������,  -_  'gredieiita used in the manufacture of  nobody but hia chum, Gifford, Lord , baking powder, which   when   ���������lifted;  Molguiid, nud, perhups, Gen. Middle- (down was nothing moro or loss thanl  ton, knew nnd nobody cared. Ho prov- ; alum.   This he, claims will soon   be  ed himself a good  follow, and that i used by many of tho States ns nn en  was enough,  Canadian Reforms  Finances.  Tho part thnt newspaper mon somo-  times piny in public nffoirs bus beon  iloinoiii-trulod by certain events lu  Now York recently. As tho outcome  ol rofonn in tbo llnnucing of New  York City thorn wus a reduction  tering wedge to prohibit the use of  I that substance in lviking powder and'  'many other foodstuff1*.   Mir-hican hns  !no law prcvenllng the use of nlum, but  there is a stringent lnw ni'iiinst the  uce of substances in foodstuffs thnt nro,  injurious  to the publlo beiilth,    Ac-  I curding to the Pennsylvania decision.  I nlum is clnssetl ns such, nnd action  may be taken in Mii'liit-iiu lu prevent,  Wife���������T never did like her. nnd  when she treat nil uie so sluuiiofully I  wns so tiil-en bnck I couldn't sny n  word,  Husband (n������iilel--Tlint must hnve  been before wo wero married.���������Scottish  Ainoricnn.  in  thu iimouut of money required !*> nd* ...   -    .     , ,   ., . .   , ,--���������  minister tho city government for the   \ '������ suln of linking powder coiitninitig  first Ihreo inontlis ol this yonr of nenr.   it.  ly $-2a,(M)U,lX)(), nnd a consequent shv-  Afbr n man hns been married for  two yonrs nnd still nllows his wife to  buy his neckties his love will be last,  ing.���������-Now York Times,  Waiting for tht Smash  Tnrltier���������Now thnt your son hns finished his course, whnt comes next?  For Western Cnnndn's Grout Indus.  Irinl Fair nt Winnipeg, Man,, ,Iuly 1,1  lo lili, I IHO, the Cnnmliiin Pncific Rail,  way will hnve in effect special rntes,  For full particulars as to rates, limits,  I'lc. apply lo nenrest Canadian Piieillc  ticket agent,  The miuinger of n music hull wns  t������stln<������ lb" abilities of n f**w ciunli.  ilnt"H for singe honors, Mi'l this* i* how  he let <lo**'n one of the would-be funny  ini'ii, "Vour mini's won't tin fur me,  I eiin't allow nny nrofiiiilty in itiy lh,*-  **lr,*," **niil lie, "Ilut I don't use pro.  f'inlly," wns the replv,   "Sn, snld the  t   'ti  rt.,i i,  "Sny, lntly, mo kid bruildcr hns dis  netor guy bent n mile doln' tie itnl-  tiilln' slunt,   Give bim a dime nn' he  will Imitate a chicken for yousn,"  "What will he ilo-cmwP"  "Now, no cheap imitation like tint ���������  V    Ml I             >>  ing to Iho cily of $*.10,(i00 in intere.**t  cliiiigcs, ns t'(iiii|niri'd with tho sumo  purind uf 1001).   This new method of  liuiiiiliug the public funds   wus '.iio  direct result of a suries of illuiiiiim-  tive articles written for Tho Now York  Tribune by tho well-known Canadian  journalist, William Richmond Smith.  Air. Smith ha* boon a moinber of tho   innnnger, but the audience would,"  tiditoriul stnl'l   of   Tho   Tribune f<*r  sniiii-t timo and has lately won wulo  recognition on on export on inunicipil  fliiniico,   Tho siilijoot is not a new  ono with bim for it will bo remoin*  btfiid  Hint  roiiie  yours  ngo  when  n  rnsidont of Montreal he went to hug;  land at tlio rcqueft of a number of  ioinling business men nnd nindo mi  impartial Investigation of the working  of municipal ownership,   The result  of hi* enquiry wus published in honk  form ami lh" volume i������ one ul tin*  most thorough expositions of tbo pros  Che (lo partner flnl-nlng 0****t 'liinc"!  ���������You nre nn early bird, Mr. (il*i**si-  nt'**.  He fgiilhintly)���������Yes, iiti-1, by jovn,  I've citimht  the  worttl-  what '  OLaifflJM  TEN TOR TEN CENTS  ���������     When Will Niagara Run Dry.  j It is tinted thut a comparison of  tuugo lU''oi'i.i for a jw*ri������l <*f t**.'tity  I ymtrs -thews thnt tho lnn*l surround.  j iiiK the great lakes is U'ing itfiidually  tilt,,.I   fr    iiiirthr*:t������,   tu  mi,itlr,vi*������1   Jit,  hUfli ,t rule that of two point* Itw  mllos apart tho nortberii riw-s tivo  inches with reierenco to thu southern  in one hundred years,   At Chung*, ih*������  ' lake level ri-tos about one inch iu  tun years. It i* predicted, therefore,  that should this movement eontinue  ' in, about 'AMI years all the upp'r  Jukes will tliiti-liiirgi* nun the Iii ���������**  ; Itiver, the Detroit antl Hi, Clair river*  *ill llu1* !..i*!.v-,iril. <':irryiiig th" ���������* ���������'���������  , ef ut  Lake  line   into  Luke  Huni,  ! and tho Niagara River will run dry  WEAK LUNGS  RESTORED IY PSYCH1NL  .. pavrwiwp ������t��������� ,..������*..M.m,...vI.  el people to bueytnl hitlth ssd strength  whoMcondtiioalMii UtniauiotdM hupe.  Um, Ii in Ionic snd Hwii.buiMtr, coa.  Uirtiaf. remarKsbU prop-run, si a Montj  pjjfilier snd t*tmifid*. It will ���������two-ftnts  an3*ht������l the week lunfi, l������������ <������������* ���������*>���������  riliVctn, snd Aim swiy lSt* iou������S, no  mm ft at how long it������nd,n*.  " PSYCHINt ton������������ up iKe whol������  ������yit*rs and drirte out dn*t**. IimIi lh"  dtesv������d lu'tM snd miImm lew* 'SJIV. !���������������  ia*������ dit.y will prevent and ������*'d ell ilml  motj *Ma omata cnMursPtinn.  Write far a Frn 5its������l*.  Red Rlvsr Mavlgabls.  By the compl������tlon ot the t*t. Andrew"! Utf-k* Ihe It*d RItct i* new  nvatlahlf to brNit* of all sites frtim  the City of Winnipeg nortbwarl t*������  Warren s Unding or any otbtr powt  oo hMmv Wmuipvg.  UMITID,  T010NTO  Big  Fees   Paid   by  Sightseers  When  Pageants Are Under Way.  It's an ill wind that blqws nobody  good,   and  the  death  of  a   monarch  puts money into the pockets of thtus- |  ands.   Those who profit most largely j  by such an event are the seat-mongers *  on the line of the funeral procession, j  The value put upon seats is always ;  rising.   When Ivlward f. became king  a farthing was charged for a seat to  see the coronation procession.   On the  accession of Richard II. the price rose  to Id.; and from Henry V.'s coronation to Henry VII.'s it was 2d.    By  the time Charles II, was crowned it  had gone up to 2s. Gd.;.while exactly j  double as much (5s.) was ��������� uid n. the  coronation of William III.   Then the  value of seats on such occasions appreciated   enormously.   To   see   the  procession    when    George   III.    was  crowned half a guinea was paid; and  sightseers   on   George  IV.'s   day   of  days cheerfully paid five and in some  cases ten guineas.   This was considered the climax, but the value put on  seats in "later days   has been   much  greater.  Why the enormous rise? The main  reason, so far as our own times are  concerned, is that wealthy Indians,  Americans, and other foreign visitors  have been willing to pay anything for  a seat to witness a state pageant.  Hence the value has been inflated.  The present high scale was set at  Queen Victoria's Jubilee, when' large  sums were paid for rooms from the  windows of which the procession  could be seen. Few rooms, however  small, could be hired for less than  10 guineas, and for many 150 guineas  was demanded and paid. A large  building on the route, being empty,-  was secured for the day by an enterprising individual for 1,000 guineas,  and he had no reason to repent his  outlay,  On the occasion of Queen Victoria's  funeral the Jubilee rate for seats was  confirmed. In St, James' street ������10  had to be paid for a single chair,  while seats which a few days before  the procession were, offered for ���������,'$  guineas afterwards fetched 5 guineas.  A window which let when Lord  Roberts came, home tor ������210 found a  hirer at ������400 on the occasion of the  Queen's funeral. As it will hold only  fifty people at the utmost, the hirer  must have charged pretty heavily for  every seat, in-it. Again, some rooms  in Piccadilly let for as much ao 200  High as. these figures are, however,  they were surpassed in several instances. The most remarkable "deal"  in'connection with the funeral was  that of o 'gentleman who took a mansion near the Marble Arch for the day  for the amazing sum of ������1,500!  At Edward VII.'s coronation, and  again at the royal progress, the price  of seats was equally high. In South  London some landlords evicted tenants that they might obtain windows  for the function, and received more  for a single day'-- occupancy of a part  of their premises ..than they get in  normal circumstances for the use of  the whole for a year, Others, however, let their tenants mako ns much  as possible on thu occasion, with the  result that many strenuous workers  made handsome sums by letting their  humble homos to sightseers,  Perhaps the highest prico ever paid  for u window wus ������1,000 secured by  a landlord near tho Marble Arch to  enable some Americans to view tho  funeral procession of tho King on its  way to Paddington.  Quoen-Mother'i   Relations.  No royal ludy of any time has beon  so ���������intimately'related to such a large  numb'-r of kings and queens as the  Queen-Mother of Great Hritain, who  hns been the recipient of world-wide  sympathy in her great grief and sorrow. Hor father and mother were  king and queen, hor husband wns n  king, her mother-in-law wus the Into  Queen Victoria, her son is now King  of fi'ri'nt Hritain, her daughter is  Queen of Norway, n sister wns for  some years Czarina of Russia nnd is  now Downgor ''Impress, one brother  is Kins; of Denmark, another brother  Kliigjtif tho Hellenes, one ol her nephews in Csar of Russia, and another  noplu'w, who is also her son-in-lnw.  Is Kintr nf Norway, while n third nml  fourth nro destined to be King of  Denmark and King of thi* Hclli-tics  re-s-w'tftivi'ly,  "Charlie" Carrlngton.  F.nrl Cnrrington, who was recntly  nppoinled l,ur<l Gront Cluiinberlniii ol  Knglniiil hy King George, is ono of  tho lnrgi->t landowners In Kngland,  The late King F.dwitrd and "Chnrlio"  Cnrrington, n������ he is popularly known  to his intimates, grew up together in  olose intimacy- For live y,������irs h��������� wns  governor of New .Smith Wales, where  lie'studied nirr.culture, Lord Cnrrington returned home n convinced and  enthusiastic liiiid-rfformer, He lie.  lifvs in getting iien back t������������ the  land, nnd Iiiik est-i lili shed no fewer  tluin 5,000 final! holdings on his  estates, The new Lord Great Cham-  herliiin lm* n wide reputation as an  excellent  uilininlnitriitiir.  Toy Sp������rti������l sn Old Brttd.  The Knplish **������v unnniel N nndottht.  ���������'illy utie u| the nliitttU arid most poptl-  .;������������������. j..' ..������������������ .,���������������������������.��������� -,- j... iu.. .\, ...���������  b'u'lt 1,4 th,, ,|;ij^ ,i[ f'harlrs (hi* Mitr.  tyr this breed  wns  much  prized by  lh*' hnlies ut th" omit.   In th.. narra-  t.Ve uf the exit'il'mli ul  Mnry, Qlli'i'lt  ������if Bciti, itiilur-fl in l.'ii'l lliirt������-hl<'y's  i.t    .ii.       ���������   i  .    ,* ,     .  Wll* recorded tli.it "iif ut On' ext-eti.  tluner* futtiid bt-r 1 :������t > * p-l tn s'p.inii'l  ot prnetietiliy tlw miuh* type <t-i thus*-  afterward lun>������n in tin* reign of  < liarli'* || ), which hint crept und**r  *h������* folds of ht-r i-triretit.i t<, be near  h*-r and which muiiLI not bt taken  -t w ��������� y  r\n* Qr#������t Cod Banks,  I bi-re i* jn it nn,- itiit-r great end  bank in the world l������ ���������*t<le������ those off  Nnwfouno'and. U If* "������f! ������'m������*������ Agul-  lis*, Wine ��������� IS the MiUtheril tip of  ���������ifripii anil *.*iiis,# *l the ('*!*������������������������ of trnod  Hope. Tbt Agiillm- plateau is said  to ti** ahii< it ������ .liip'.'^TV' iu -ise aud  richnews of tri*> tmrth tint hank* Rut  this la ww fur off. ������, there U littla  promise of its spi-a^inf the hungry  ���������ppet<U* <>f Die uurld for tvd  amBuk  is  the  best*  remedy'  known   for   sunburn,  heat* rashes,  eczema,  sore feet*, sti..gs and  blisters.   A skin food!  jtll DruwUU aiil Sfrt*.r-Uc. m.  Cash and Credit  "Father, what is meant by bankruptcy?"  "Rttnkruptcy is when you put your  money in your hip pocket and let your  creditors take vour coat."  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Garget  In  Cows.  Const Guard���������Yes, they   raise all  their  own  vegetables on" that  lighthouse.  Tripper-rDcnr me! How   do   they  menage to do that?  nCoast Guard���������With a rope!���������Comic  Cuts. ���������  Baby's Own Tablets  !   Cure Summer Complaints  j, Baby's Own Tablets should be kept  i in every home where there are infanta  | and young children, nnd at first sign  ���������of illness  during  the    hot    summer  i months they should be given to the  ; little one.   At no time of the year is  jbaby in such danger ns in summer.  ; Summer complaints come on so quick-  ���������;ly thnt unless prompt aid is at hand  I the little one mav be bpyohd help in'  a f?w hours,   The Tablets never fail  'to relieve the sick child, nnd if oc-  ; cnslonally given to the well child they  will keep him well.   Mrs. P. Laroche,  jLos Fonds,  Que.,  says:���������"Last, sum-  liner mv baby 'suffered severely from  .; stomach and bowel troubles but the  nromot  use   of  Riby's   Own   Tablets  ���������! snved' his life."   The Tablets nre sold  hy medicine dealers or by mail nt 25  ennts a bo-t, from. The Dr.Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Same Old Girl and Mamma  And not*,- the s������v>et eirl graduate  ^miles-tand-smirks-and-takerhpT'stand"'  Wh'le -fond mamma is wondering who  Will, be'first to ask her hand.  Red. Wflak, Weary, Watery Eyes  Relieved by Murine Rve Remedv.  ; Try Murine for your Eve Troubles,  i Vou will like Murine. Tt Soothes,  jSOc at" Your Drup'trists. Write for Eye  i Books Free. Murine Eye Remedy  !Co��������� Toronto, 2  "Money makes Ihe mare go."  ^That saying's old enough tn die,  For in this modern npe, you know.  'Tis "Money mnkes the'biplane fly,"  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO,. Limited  Gents,���������I eured n valuable hunting  dotr nf mnngo with MINARD'S LIN1.  MENT after several veferinnries had  (rented him without doing him any  : permanent good.  Yours,'Ac,  WILFRID OAGNR.  Prop, nf Grnnd Contrnl Hotel, Drum,  mondvilli', Aug, 3, '04.  i   One thing nt lenst seems clear: the  I fnt man may not be its spry on hia  , feet as his lean brother; he may not as  i it rule, ho ns ngile of mind, but he  eats a better nienl nnd enjoys n sound.  or. sleep.   He is more   cheerful;   his  laugh is heartier, Iu fact, some of him  hnve   lintglietl   nud  grown   fat,    And  i then, again and finally, it is probably  i easier to be fnt nnd get lenn thnn to bo  : h'tin nml get fnt���������Vnncouver Province.  %u rwjui'tj islli-Ml, iwilltt Jtlitc,  Uruii,., Sot! luieW. Csrs Mlt. fB  In ��������� <r ior iskiijlk*' mm ffltklrt  |liii**it*iaiii <J������M u������t BlIiuV  viiStrkait'tito* "*���������<"��������� **������������������ b-Mr.  ���������o'lf-x* vis ������������rk Iks btn*. itp������*  X&rAMVBer ���������"A  *������,oo Mr hot ft iuJttJ.V.fK5&  ������I������������������t   VsriMssls,     Utitaaita,  tJOoltn. W������st. strttti, 'ItvUh,  u> . .._. JJl'*'  ���������!-��������� ������'������������������'. t*i!������"*,st**i,in  Mil 'w-HttHHl kr Mil's till I Wrwi fl, waemi  Tti aitiMit iri| ��������� hiimhii i,, wWihi in fSml  ui tnuum l/.i. Ci til. Vmimw.  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N. U��������� Ne. Ml. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The CumtolaM !;ews  issued  Every   Tuesday  by. the  Comox   &   Cambet*land  Publishing  Company.  This paper will not hold itself  responsible for the opt'inn'isof <������rii-  ���������^rs, ae may appear in its column's  irom time to time.  TUESDAY,    AUG. 23,   1910,  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice.  New Westminster Loud District.  District of New Westminster.  TAKE NOTIOB thit John H.  GlanviUe, of Lund, B. C occupation Btorekeeper, inteiuls to apply  for permission to purchase the following described land?:���������  Commencing at a post planted  about 15 chains west of S. E. corner of T. L. 29141, thence weet 40  -chain*?, thenco south 40 chains,  thence east 40 chains, thence north  40 chains to thfi n.iJnt of com*  jjaencment,  JOHN H. GLANVILLE,  Name of Applicant (in full).  Dal* June 17th, 1910  form No. 9  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice,  New Westminster L-uid District.  District of Cuutox  TAKE notiee that Funny Frau-  zen occupation, married woman,  -intends to apply for jiurmibsiou-to  purchase the -following described  land:  RUPKHT LAND DISTHICT  IHu'riotof Rnpeit.  TAKE tutic- that Lilla Eleanor Jenldn-  - n "t ���������/anwuf-'r. B. C. occupation, mm--  liud woman, intend* to ay-ply for permis-  -jtou to purchase the following described  auds:-L.E. Jenkinson's S, K. crner,  O'lnmenoium Ht a poet pla'ted at the  north east corn*** ot Section 1, Township  'il, thence we=t 160 chains, theuoe north  '28 chain*, mure or lea* to Georgia L <l0,  tin nee east along the lake shore to Towu-  ������hip line, thenoe south 38 ebaina more or  less to plnoe nt commencement couiaiuiug  5*0 acres, more or leas.  LILLA KLEANOR JENKINSON,  *.V'm. Leslie, A|*������nt.  D������totl June 23rd, 1910  RUPERT LAND DIS'IKIUT  Di������trict ot Rupert.  TAKE NOTIOE th.t" Lilla Pl*.rence  Jenkins 'ti, of Vancouver B. *U. oocupati, a  Spiu*t>*r, intends to apply for i*������-rini-ston  to purchase the fylluwiu*' ilcsc'ibod laud-.:  Commencing at a pint plautei at tue  north east corner of section K6, Tuwn-  s'nip '20, thence Routh 80 chains, theuce  west 80 chant', thttuc north SO ohaia������.  thence east 80 chaius to pLce of cmi-  menoeraen*, cot taining 0J0 uens more  or lens.  LILLA FLORENCE JENKINSON,  Win. Lettlie, Ageut.  Dated lime 21st 1910.  LAND ACT.    _....-���������  Form  No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District,  District ot Range I.  TAKE uotide that William  Leek,   of  Vancouver, occupation Engineer,  intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  folio win a described land*:���������  Commencing at a pufit planted  on the  beaeit about ono nnd a half miles South  K������st from the South East coruir of O. L.  3358, theuoe North   eignty   (801  chains,  thenoe E-ut ������sighty (SO) cluu.8,   thenoe  South (i-iO)  chains,   thesue,   Wo.-.t    (80)  chains, to poiut ot cou.mencemem, uou-  tuiuing six huudred and forty Bates, more  or leal.  WILLIAM LKEK  Name of App,ioaut  Dated June 4th, 1910,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupt't t  TAKE NOTICE that   Patldy Clement  Biythe, of Vancouver, \B, C. occupation  Logger, iuteu'lB to apply for permission  to purchase the fo'lowtug described lam's:  Comtnenotagat a po4 planted at the  southeast       coruer      of        Sec-  itnu 13, township 21, marked P.  C. Bly-  th��������� S. E. corner, thenot- n rth 80 chuius,  tljtnoe west, SO chains,  tin nee south 80  ohdius, thence e^bt 80 clt.iius to place of  comuienceme t,   ooneaiui'ig   Git)  acres  more or le.-***  PADDY CLEMENT 11LYTHE  Wui. Leslie, Agent.  Dated June 30th, 1910.  Commencing at a post planted  -at the North East comer of Lot  1615 N. W. D. tju.--.iw KflPt SO  chains, thonce North 80 chains,  thence West 80 .ehniuv tliwiice  "South 80 chains to pniut. ot commencement, containing 610 acres  moro or less.  FANNY FUAN'ZEN,  Applicant,  CharlesFruiizt.*)), Agent.  Dated May 20th, 101<i.  RUPERT LAND UISTUIUT  District ot Rupert.  TAKE NOTIOE that Ruth KoziaOlurk  of Vancouver, B. 0., ooeupiition uiarrid  woman, intend*- to apply I i* permiHslou  -to purcbuso the following d> serined lainln:  Commraoinng nt a post pinned at thn  ���������south east corner of sect) u I, Township  *21, ihi-nuo north 80 chaiiu, tlit.uou west,  80 chains, thence south 811 oln.in,., trit-uce  east 8U chains to place of c nnu3t*ii.'*tiiiieut,  containing (HO tcrort, more, nr 1 ������������������������,  RUTH KKZIA CI. AUK,  Wm. Lo-li.', .iKont.  Dated June 2lnt, lOlO.       _        ^   RUPERT LAND l-wfiuci  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that U-orw Nwmwi  Worsloy, of Vancouver, Il.t'., Mu-ttpatinn  b toll-keeper, intends to tip.-ly tut' punnl -  nirjD to puroh'tn-3 tin, fulmwuin ikuuribt'd  )amtn:--C������imnHiiiciug ut u. >A. pl'mtud nt  tin* Hoti'h wot Oiirnm' of *s ������ i ���������<, 18,To f������  *bip 8, punt rriiui'od 0. N W(,r ktv'n 8,  W. onriior, thonoo oust fin oii.miH, th������nt;i*  north 80 eh.in*, ihnuc went, KD ithnlnn,  theicn fiiititb 80 ohnhiH ti> pitcttif tumi-  tnoneoixcni, contn'itiing l,H iciot, nior.*  Ol' loHK,  UKOROB NORMAN WOliSLKV,  Wilt, Lehllf, AUOIll.  DiteiUuno-iflth, ItUO,  iawi"UTl]AND I US l*|<IC V  Dit-t.riotf f Uu ml,,  i, TAKK NOTICE tlmi -,'pliftii Ntutli,  ot Vanoouvor, It, (J,, iitv,i|i I m, Itioli-  kf i"*r. InU'iiiln to apply ! r |, .,������ m,j, to  ]jiirt)liii-,u thn Inllowtitui:, ..it ilxil .,i ,1-: ���������  ������S. South. N. W, oron*'r. t'.-i .tin-nriiw ������t  a |!<i*t piintcd uu i'iitvimln|i j tit, it ������,,i|ih  i',iA p������rt of Ueoi������iH I,ak*, iln),c*t *<mt|i  15Boh������'Ui, more *������r 1*HH m ih" nuitrt* r  pn������t UiwiMii .'<fotiou Hi uni .''tl. Tow-1.  ���������tliip Onnd',!'), thonufl oi.i, 10 olniiiH,  tli������iKM north 1M0 oltainH, l<t tnu* waul W  ih linn, theuco south 'in'> n- n pltuin of  ct,mm������ii,!omout, oontun.i ,: I'M -oruH,  moeorloiw.      8TEPlli*S V.a'li,  Wm  Li in-, Aut'lifc.  D.ted Juno SKlrd, 1010  .^���������_���������-��������� ^ - ^ . ^ .^ ^.-  DUtrint of Rii.ii't'i.  TAKK NOlli.'K thnt .n.liu Krai.in���������, ot  RUPEUT'LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE uotee that William Robins ui,  of VuDooiiver, n, V. < Cell! Ut'on t5aits*nai.  iiitends io apt,[y for peraiidsiuu to pur-  uha-ie the follown j* d'SCiibcit Ittndo: 6 tu  m.-uuiug at vi a p*,������t planted at the S. E.  corner of tseociou i'4, IViwuohip 21, marked \\'.. Iloniiisou, S. E. corner, theuci-  uor.h 80 criHtns, tbenee west 80 chuii-s,  ibouce uotitn 80 ciiuin.', thence e.*sfc 8U  cnains toplausoi' cooimcnceuieut, cuntun  tug (140 acres, tuuro i,r lens.  _____ -'-VV-ILL-IA-M-ROBI-NSON������������������  Win. Lesl.o, Ageut.  Dati;dJuie30th, 19i0.  LAND  ACT.  Form No. I),  Form of Notice.  Coaet District,  District of Range 1.  TAKE notioe that Verna Leek of Vancouver, ocoupatiou Spinster, intends to  apply for permission to purchuse the following described lands;���������  Commencing at a post planted at the  North West coruer of No. 1, thenco West  eighty (80) clwins more or le s to C. L.  3358, tliBDce Ntrth eighty (8,'������) ehaioB a-  long O, L. 3358, theoce East e.gbty (80j  chain!,, thence South eighty (SO) vhuius,  to tbe point of commencement, containing six hundred and forty (G40) actes  more or less.  VERNA LEEK  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  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 8o chains  thence east So chains to tbe point of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9, j  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District ef Range t.  TAKE NOTICE that Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase ihe  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 nonh  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 ohains,  to the point of commencement,, containing six hundred and   forty,   640,   acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Dintriot of Rupert,   '  TAKE NOTIOK that I,'Edward Tnorn  lev, of Vmouuvt, B.C., oi-cutJiuinii, Traveller, intends to apply for permi8-ai<ti  to  purchase tn������ fo,lo *ittg de-ori'ied   laud**:  C'lmintni'iiJg at a post planted  as  th  north east co nerof Seciiou   12, lWolup  21, thence taut 80 ch-dns, thence sou'h  40 chains, thunoe west 45 cbtiinH mote or  les-i to  U-ur^iit   Ijtlto,   1)101 ce westerly  alun������ nuitii Niiore of inko 95 ohain-*, im.i'e  or It-si to where neutioo linn ho ,wteu  Sec.  1*2 uud lil I .tersecu lni>e, thouc*, etuttiO  clmiiiH mora nr los ��������� to plnoo of com men'���������'.*  nteut iuscrib-d on ptxt.UO chlii.B to N. J'],  corner, E, Thornlcy, aotiUming UWaiiritB,  more or Im*.   EDWARD THORN LEI'.  Wui.Leulie, Agoi.t.  Dated June'28th, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notiee.  Coast District,  District of RaDge 1.  TAKE notice that Elanor Leek of Vancouver, I'coupatiou Married woman, intends t j apply for permi.-sion to purchase  the following described lauds:���������-  Commenci g iit a p *st plat,ted., at the  -North-VVcst-comeM������l-No..L,4he4ice-N,L'X.th,  eighty (������0) chains, theuce East (80) obninn  thonce South eighty (80) chiins, thence  Wost (80) chains, to pniut of commencement, containing mx iiuiuhed and foity  acres, mote or less.  ELANOR LEEK  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  IAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notioe,  Gout District, Range 1,  TAKE NOTIOE that Burton Holland, 0! Vancouver; oooupation, ac-  oftunimt, intend*,  to apply Ior p?r-  mission 00 purchase tbe following described lands: Oommenoiug al a port  planted at tbe north eaat eorner of No  12,  being (our  mile* north and   two  mih a west of the eoutb west ooruer ol  No. 1, theuce nortb 80 chains, thene  nest 80 cbaio������,theuoe south 80 ohains  thenoe east 80  chains, tp tbe point of  ctimmenoement, oontalniog 640 aores,  more or less.  BURTON HOLLAED,  Name ol Applicant,  Dated June 7th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Ooast District, Range 1  TAKE   NOTICE   that   Jbbn   If.  Stewart, of Vancouver, occupation car  pen ter, in tends to apply for  perm is ���������  sion toporehase tbe lollowing desoribed   lands*--���������Commencing  at a  pest  planted at'the northwest corner oi No  11, being three miles north and three  miles weet ot tbe southwest corner of  No 1, thence uortb 80 chains, thenoo  west 80 ohaici, thence sentb 80 ohain*  thence east 80 obaioe. to the poiut of  oomimfneemeot, oontaining't640 aores,,  mote or lees. JOHN M.STEWART.  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 6,1910.  ItUPEltrLAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that I, SatniinI hnw-  don, of Vancouver, B. C, uccuuiitiuu inii  intjeuttinpor, into ids lo npply furpirni'*  siuu 10 pu unnsfl tho following de.unbod  lnndtt:���������Ooiiimimoiug nt 11 p ml plnntt-tl nl  thu south ;<cnt coruer o< Sa'tion 2, Town-  nhip 'il, th*lion nor li 80 I'lliinn, iho'ict'  ��������� U'tSO cbiiin", tllO'ico south SO rh.iiriR  thu' ce woitSuchniiiH, '0 pluuu of comm  ui comtiiit, ooutniiiii''.' CIIJ ,crt", mote or  leMi. 8 AM UK I. IV.) W DEN,  Win; Leslie, AfatJiit.  Dntud June Slat, 1010.  RUPKRT UNl7DI,STUlCT  Dlsttictif Ituport,  TAKB NOTICE tint liaitloo AHhhy, **f  Viuicouvcr, ll, V,, titionpntitin, mnrrio.i  woiiiuii, iiiU'iuln to apply for potm anion  in (iiiri'iiti-id tin- fnllowiiig iIhi-uiibti<l liimli;  C ,i,iii,i)' ii,*' nt a j j i j *-> t 1 laiitud itt tin  Htntli uimt voriior of t-Vcl tint Km, Town-  hhip'21,  tlii'iiou   ii'-,rt>> MOuliui'H,  th,* <t*  W-Ht HO Ollllllls   lIll'liOO   Biilltll SO   oIluillH,  thi'iiitn iii-t 811 nliaiiiH, t*, 11I.10" o( u*iiiini-  uit'omuit, cmitaii tiijr titd uiirt", 1'i'Ti, nr j thonco south eii-lity (BU|  in.-. luiiu-.E A-.nny,     '  ^ in. Ltiit|t������', Agent,  DiHi'iMtiiia'JlHt, 11)10.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Nn*ice,  Coaat Dis riot 1-tn* ge 1,  T'-K!'  N THJt. th-tKu iieriueBrown,  ���������M-cupnUon   widow,  ti iend*  to apply for  p-rmiauion to putchate thu f Honing ile-  iwrided   landa:   Ocmiuci'cii g  at a p'.ei  plnotetlat tbeanrtht-n t oormr of  No,*.'  (being tw*, miles uorth of the south\ve������t  corner of No I) thenoj t-ortti eighty [80)  clmius,  tlioto* nont  tigbty (80) clial,*,  tlioiici- south eighty (80| ohnii.B,   ihunce  eos*-eighty [80] cb'tinB, t������ tho  point ,f  ooiniiieucoiiiniit, ooutuining fix hiuuliej  aud forty [640) noreifj more nr loss,  KATHBttlNB BROWN,  Name of nppliuant  Dniod June 4,1910,  LAND ACT-  Form No. 9,  form of notice.  Coast District Range1 1.  TAKE NOTICE that   William   H.  Whaien, 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,   beint,'  four miles north of the south west corner  of N". I; thence north 80 chains,   thence  east  80 chains, thence   south 80 chains,  thence   west 80 chains, to the   point   of  commencement, containing six hnndred  and forty acres, more or less.  WILLIAM H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  For m No, 9.  Form of Notiee.  Coast District, Range 1.  TAKE NOTIOE that Alex F Brem-  ner. oi BoBton, occupation engineer,  intends to apply for permission to pur-  ohasu the folk-win)* at scribed lande:���������  Commenciug at a poBt planted at the  northeast oorner ol No 12, being four  miles nortb and two miles west oi tht-  south west corner of No 1, tbenoe nortb  80 chains, thence east 80 cbaine,  thenoe south 80 ohains, tnence wett  80 chain's, to tbe point of commenci-  ment, containing 640 acros, more or  lev,. ALEX F. BREMNER.  Name of Applioant,  Dated June 7,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  ���������Form-of-Notice,������  Cook'g Cotton Root Compound  ToTilf, uud  il Montlilv  woiiiimcaii  n*> Uvvn r*i  Thr, (Trent Vtnira Totili', nud  Only iuifo eiViiitiiM Montlilv  itteifuliitoT on which woitmncvii  dojHiiil, Wit in tliroo ditnw  0] sttciiglli-No. t. **' ��������� *"'- '  "tit  I  ... ..ejm*i's stronffor  'pr juitiuial.t^iaa, '  "an  on 1  'tl-WHllMiNlOa^fttMMIO.^  fior bos  ild 'Ity nU'drua'rrW*. or n>.c  nropnlti on rowlpt of prlc  rrvo P'tmi'tiloti AiitJrt.Hu f f|  VttKtM,  4*  Hi  *4M������*  LAND AOT.  Form No, 0.  l<orm oi Notico.  Cimflt Diatiitit,  Diatrlot, f lliuign No I  TAKK NOTICB that Annie Brsmner, of  Boston, opo.ip'tlon cjiiriHttT, intauds to ftp-  ply tor pumitHinii to pin chase tho follow  iog dvKOkibotl Inntl*: (.omutenving nt a post  pluntuil ut lltti in u tht list, uoiitur nf No, 2  (bolng two inili'H north of tbe Boiitliwost  corner of N������. 1) llioiico north eighty [80)  uliiiinn,  thenoo oiut tight,v (80) cliiiiii',  chains,' thenoo  W0t>toi|(ht,v[80) I'hliius Hi point of cnui-  iiioiii'tuieiit, uotitiilning aix liniulrud antl  fyrty (040) iioit'i, iiioh* or Ions.  ANNIK HUKMNKU,  Nuiiio of Apiiliuiint.  Dttud luno -*, 1UI0.  I.,*N|) ACT-  Form No. 9.  Con^t Dimriot.  District ol K.iiiuo 1.  TAKK NOTICE that Kdwiii 1������ lhem.  iter, of Vancouver, uccupntion broker, in-  tends tn fipply fnrpflrini'isinn in purcluistf  Coin-  Wood's PtoiptaUait  Tint f/i-i'fi*  Kiiultiih  Ji?mril\i.  titnlarrhitit, (tint KiTrrl������ of Ainu* w h rf������������f *,  Vsnoouvur, l������. (J., ocwup 1 >������, umhur, iu-1 i'.VJi**i*l*crJ*.,>^L*'t'/'f^ "i"? ���������*'"P1  ttuds to apply for prmis t  the tollowiti)* d*-������orlht**d Iiui,'.         ���������..,.,���������.,,���������r   ,���������������������������  clog  at������ p" 1 piantwt "l 1 Iv*   o  it   ,'in j i/wnurin \viwl*or)  ������.i,rn>*r nf H- f'ion IM, To**   -in  ,1. oiiti.iir. in-1 ������������������n'w������|K,Tii,������-*,jiiaf,'"*H. ftoeHinpiivjOH*.!,*,  t      1 .htw.I wlUcuril fkil-Tby all.awtwUMnrb,,ill,*.\ jtt  , M.Jill  ���������>*!l.f������    j,,l|,l,,|(������,oa|\T*lr>l������^Mli������,    AfT "���������'���������**���������,��������� \IU  m' -r ,iiiii)i'n : mn>if,ifrrrlmyhm\fleea MaeNaine* Oo. _  '.'I,, Uti*lil." <  ���������Ml , III,I  ,!.  ToronU), Ont.  ri'iuth I" '1'iiiin,   liitiiitu  ton* ��������� n*i*'n So chilli.,,,  I'lltillH tt, pl������CO Of   COUlluu���������-..i;nlM������rt, 0*in  l.aning WO u������rm, mora <>- ' ���������  JOHN u KINK,  Wit, 1,11 lit, Aki'iit  listed June gl.t, 1010,  uupj-:iItTan!T! '������" '"iI-TT  District������! lit, ������tt,  i'akb .vunci: tha..'.... u.  HiiiB'in, *f Vanoouver, ll (  ,    ,.  f.t<*BO|-r������pb������ir,iotitniUt*.    < ,, t  t*i������a to ,-urnnjtwi <h<> ft,',  Und*:-f"<imii,������iuci'lK at  ths north ���������*��������������������� O'irnw af *  thip *2������. Ihe*������e ������mtrt H������  #n<t Ml ubrd*-������, tbdi-o* 1.  th'TKf* wt������������t no th������in* i  HAMtsMt, ebirtaitttBg ������li  n<*������.  AHA l&LKAKOU. i:  Ut,  Hat-dJu.^ 2M I3W  itiencinK ui a pnM putiitcti ,u tne nuiin-  ctm cmnc 1 *K .N.i 4 tCcttiK  liutc   nniwa  north of the mould west coiner of No   i;  thence nuith cij-luy 8*������ cliuin*,  thence  west   cikIhv,  Hu,  th nil-, tliscce aouth  ei������luv,-8u, chains ibcnteeast eiK'Hy Sal  1 imiikmo (itniii nl (.'iniimciit't'mt'nt,  con-  T,��������� ,,,,.,������������������ ���������   ,   . .    , ; ti.ini.,''������������������ hundred and forty [640) acre*  TAKK SOI 10K that sutv day. aft, r, ,nore or ,eM.  EDWIN 1' JIUEMNRK,  Name of Applicant.  tinted June 4,1910,  Coast District,  District of Range 1.  TAKE .NOTICE that George Whaien, oi Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intend-- to apply for permission to purchase   the  follcwing   described  lands  Commenci tijf at a post planted about on*  mile west from the north west corner ol  No 2, beinj* two miles   north   and  two  miles west of the south west corner of No  i; thence north 80 cnains, thence east 80  chains, thence south 80 chains, more or  less to C. L, 335S, thence west, So chains  along said license to point of commence-,  ment, containinjj 640 acres, more or less.  UKOKGE  WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Const District Kam/e 1.  TAKE NOTICE that Robert II. Ellis  of Vancouver, occup'ition,br<.*ker, intends  lo apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Cit'iiincncing  at n post plumed at 1I10 .south west coiner of No, 10, being two miles north nnd  two miles west of the south west corner  of No. I, thence north 80 chains, theitce  west 80 chains, thence south Ho chains,  more or let,*, thence cist 80 chains, to  pniut of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or less.  ROlJKhT ������. ELLIS,  Nunc of Applicant.  Patttd -Tunf, 4th, 1010.   LAND  ACT.  Form No, 9,  Form of Notice,  Cn.ist District Knnue 1,  TAKK NOTICK thnt John (>. Arnv  htinng, of Vancouver, orcupHUtin, clork,  intends to iipply for perntisiion 10 purchase  the follmviny; described IiihIki���������  ('(iniiiifni iiik   at  a post planted nt the  north oasi turner of No. it, ht-int; tluee  miltii, iiorili an-i two milftt  west  of ihe  Mitith uvui corner of No, 1; thence north  Kit (limns, thence west 80 ch.tins, th*!nce  thonco tmut   80 chums, ther.ro east  80  ch-iin**! t-jthe point ol commencement,  conianiiiiK 640 acre-*, more or less,  JOHN G. ARMSTKO  G,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 41(1, 1910,  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form ol Notice,  Goast District, Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that John Morar-  ic, oi YanoouiM,occupation constructor, intends to apply for permission  to purchase tbe lollowing described  landst-Commencingut a peat plant'd  at the northesst owner of No 14, being five miles north and two roiiet*  west of the.southwet-t oornor oi No 1,  1 hence nortb -SO ohains, thence west  80 chains, tbenee south 80. obains,  theDOe eaet 80 oesins, to tbe point ot  corornenotment, coutaiuioi* 640 acres,  more or lesl.     JOHN MORAVIO,  ���������������������������-��������� -Name-ol-Applicant...  Dated June 6,1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9, Form of Notioe.  Coast District, Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that Alexsuder ilcPhee  of Vancouver, oocapation, carpt*t������r, intends to apply for permission to. purchase  tbe lollowing described lands 1���������Comtncrto- .  ing at at a post planted at the north west .  corner of No. 12, being four auk-i north  aud throe miles west of the south west 00: ���������  net of No.l, theuce north 80 ohaias, thence*  west 80 ohains, tbenee south 90 chains,  tbenoe east 80 chains, to the point of com-  ruenceuient, containing 940 aere*. more or  leas. ALEXANDER McPHEE,  Name of Applicaut.  Dated June 6th, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. I.  Ceast DiBtriot, Range 3.  TAKE NOTICE thct Naomi McPhee,  of Vancouver, occupation, mairied woman*  intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe foliowiug described lands: Cum  menciug at a post, planted at tho north,  weat corner ot No. 1*1, being five miles'  north aod three miles west ��������� f the south  westootuor ,of N������-l, thence north 80-  oliuin.*, theuco west 80 ensvina, thence*  south 80 chains, thenoe east 80 ctiaiaK, to  the poiut of commencement, coutaiiiijg  biO iieres, more or lea*.  NAOMI McPHEE,  Name of AppUoant.  Dated June 6th, 1910.  f*.\Y^ -iKU nivriiiui'.  d*tr, f, ('ItiTlitiH. Utrfinue, n| Wltm*.  town. t-'nrU'/lHlnml, Niwinillimrr. in t-i,<!  t������ innl) f.r |i*.riiiU im, t*> louse the f,,|l,������  in,������ .!.*���������.,*,i,���������,| ��������� ,P,���������^���������r���������. /���������r,ti.m,*^,.-(���������H u.  ������ \������\at -pttM-ct ������t tha ������,lah**nt������r maili,  "''' '' "',-. ������������������,,!������ ti" tlrrly ffiu t!:,* .-;  1.'-rntir <if (!*��������������� fric inn-ii m, w, 4|u������rt  mi :<������,  ������', r-t/. Island, thnn"* rm  ! 'itutr i' ��������� * nlhrr)> <JTnu l-.l, f,,JI��������������� 1  K t|���������  ,,****��������� l������f ,.( th������ antra lift** t..������|������uiit t,i  '' -���������' . r.- ������*.nihrttj ������r* w tlivnttif* H. W* 1, r.  '������,������*. ��������� ,t th^f ri-ttntiml   s   \\   ,,-i ,.*..  'V.  rx,,  *'!   .fl  , i;* ..JMltuh,  1   ,il   t ,,���������*������ ��������� tl*  ll, ti ,.f ������<i  j,  h. p I,,1.1.',   1'  mm Wk. r,*w *  -       ttl,   t*    'M**'  ill     *HI 4*.1.1  II*-,  , ..  o    ���������.���������..;"*" '���������;*"*i"'-"*M..r,.r   **   ������    ^i-rt-r  .Ori-   .f 1''<H. ���������'!���������'���������   Owl*/ l.ldll.i, ���������mi <-|ltt-*.4'1 i|(  , I* ��������� f-irti-ihuiH ii.fi*inm-mt tu i<,������.  i<iwrli.  ;    IU td tnl  .tilS.MlS,  Uh, .str*  .11  w*ui  ������..������.  'i'Mll,  Ifllft.  c������������������������������ it. sn AK<.r.  LAND ACT.  Form No 9,  Form of Noiice.  (*,ia������t DiMrict,  liisinrioi Kantte*).  TAKK NC'nCt lli-U   Kthn   :.!..uv  tirtn.ofItmioti, oteafMlbm ii,,.iretl ������o-  im.iii, ititentl* !<��������� ani'lv lur p, r,n,s,*.i,in t .  tnn.h.%* the Mlo******* ������lf������r.*l������*-t uni*;  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notice.  Ci'Msc D,-iti in iuni*e 1,  TAKK NOTICB that ��������������� rtrude Hnl.  Isnd, 0' Vantjonw, rccnpallun, ���������mst-  ri������d worn so, Intend* 10 apply lor prr  mif'ion tn purohsso the followinir ri*-  urlbrd Undst Commfi olog at a p'ef  nlsn'td at tbt* north e������it enrorrof ^,���������  11,  I'Mnii thr^ *nll'** north and   Ian  ml|*������ wrst nf tba ft VT ot rnt-r ot N'  I. th������t"o worth K'1 <'l,������i���������m, tlii-t'C "*>*'  Mt ft'il-t.   Hi'-ii***������a*'Hfo  H'l eltiio,  h-nw wwi 80ph������*t������������. fo lh*1 -wii 1,.'  ,-, Wfi'������n������������������iT,fot, eoiitui ting tWiatttr.  m t* or h m,  (iKWTHUDt HOLLAND  V������mt������f ,\ppii������������n������.  1 DMivrt Jam 4 ������, lUllfc.  c|TH������OHIRK FOR TltK NKWH  LAND ACT.  Form No 9.  Form ol Nuioe.  Coast District,'Range 1.  TAKB NOI10E that Joseph Mot-  avio,of Vanoouver, occupation eo-jiu-  .er, intends to apply lur p*-rn i sion to  purchase tbe followini*described landn:  Oommcnciog at a post planted at tbe  n'Uhrait corner tl No 14, being five  miles nortb and two miles west uf thr  k *uthwi>t corner ol N> 1, thenee north  80 tiliftitis, tiienpH east 80 cbaittH,  trx-noHSuuih 80 otiaios, thence w<:*t Nil  obaius, to the point r*f ooiumenci-  meut coutiiinint- (UO ai-tri-*-, more 01  l*e%. JOdEfd MORAVI0,  Name ul Applioaut.  Dated June 0, 1910  LAND ACT.  Fovm No. 9.  LAND AUi.  Form No 9  Form of Notice  Coast Di* 1 riot, Bangs 1.  TAKE NOTIOB tbat Wiiliam  HaittflH, of Vanoouver, oooupation lore  titan,irjte*.ii 1 to apply lot ptraiisiot-  t<i purohnso the lollowing desodbrd  Unds.���������ComBienrin-* at a post planted  at tbe northeast oorner oi No 16, be-  ing <ix milt's nortb aud two miles  weatol the louthwett corner ol No 1,  thenoe nortb 80 ohains, thTioo west  80 rbslna, thenoe south 80 chsius,  tbflt,o������ enst 80obtiius, to (h-* point ol  oommencem������ut,ountHiniui. 610 a-trri,  uioreorless. WJLLIaM HA1NE8,  Name ol Applioant,  Dated Jun** 0 1010  Coest District, Rtnge I.  TAKK NOTICE th it Lewi* J. Boll, of  Vancouver, occupation, foremHti. inttnils  to- apply for  permission to purobaso   tin*  follo������ing described  landa: 'Oi.muiei oinR  at n post pUutsd at the north vtet,tcoin*r  ot No. IG beiug tix mil-g nurtli and three*  miles west of the south wat comer tit No  1, tlumcet'iirih 80 chuin������, the, co we-t 80  chaitis, theuco smith  80 chains,  thence  east 60 chain*, to the point i>f commo *.o-  uiont, cf)B������.Hiuii./,'G10 iido-, nune *.i les-.  LEU1S.I. UUlyL,  Nmnoof Applioaini.'  Dated June Cth, 1010.  LAND ACT.  Form No 9,  Form of Notiee.  Oosh Distriot, Range 1,  TAKB  NOVICE tbat Ueorge C.  Pratt, of Variooiivt-r, f ceupaliou  so  onuniaiit, lnt������n<le to apply lor  per  miii'tia to tfurohii* the following de  ������a������il)i-ri |snd*t���������Ooramrotl gatepon  plant* d nt the uurtlieasi coruer ul No,  10, being sii toilei  north and two  mile* went ol tbe south went aornur of  Nu 1 thnooe uortb oU ohains, tdenrn  <������������������������ 80 obslrs, tlieont- eoutb 80 ohains,  1 hence weit 80 chsloi, to th** puiu 101  c mruenceoeut, coot lining (l40tor������*������,  more or leea, OEOfU-K 0,1'ftATT,  Name ol Applioant.  Dated June 6,1010  LAND AOT.  Ft,rut No. 9.  Form ot Notioe.  Const DiBtriot, Knu^e I.  TAKB NOTIwB that AlexnndorJ. Stow  srt, of VattOiMiver, < coupatio.i, o-,rpt*iiti r,  iiHotulB to sppiy for |)oru.Li������ioii t > *.ur-  ulia-e tho follow ing.. deecribetl lu i1h:���������  Conuuenclug nt a post planted en the  Hh'iie about !"! niibs ia t south cus-  terly direotion fr������ui the south wea 0 >r-  ntrof No. 1, thunue noitli 80 cbnu,,*,  thonce uast 80 uhtiuH, thoucu snutb 80  oh ilns, thenco wost 80 ohnina, to point  nf oommonoomont, coutaiiilnij 040 uoioh,  moreorlesH,  ALKXANDmtJ.SrKWAIlT,  N'umo of Applicant.  Dato June Cth, 1010.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 0. Form nt Nunue.  Coast District, ltamju 1,  ttimmwet -* ��������������� P"*" p'������'eJ * >b.   ONLY ONt -Uul.LAU A VEAil.  LAND AOT,  Farm Nc 9.  . '.i ���������*"**, \  Form os Notiaa,  Cosat Dlslriot, Jtante 1.  TAKE NOTIOB ther D*f# F-ffgn-  ���������on, of V'ticouv-r, orenpstlnn bntoner  ;ui������aJ* ;a Aj^pJ*" hr \*irmW������r> >f  porohssf the following desoribed  land*:���������Commencing at a post planted  near ilia heeob et tbe souiweM corner  ol No 11, being two rnilsk north and  1 hie* mil*** wmI uf tbe southwrit oor*  <M������r of No l.tbeiee nortb 80 ohsins,  thrnrt- w������il 80ohfin**. thsnoa rnnlL  8i)eti*iu������, more ,*r l>������4 to ebor* line,  tin r*e# fsit 80 nhslns elnn������  ���������r>i������?*> Htu* *" ",ilnt ol eommneremeBt,  0 ���������ntslnloi' f 10 sere*, rrnre or less,  Dave febuupon,  Mi*roe of Applioant.  Det-x) Jon* ft, 1910  TAKK NOTICE that Kl>������ibttli JaHt,  Smith, of Vsucouver, uounpntii'ii, nwniod  womau, intontls to npuly fur ptirniiaiiiiiu  tupurohsno tha followliu tlomnlb.il luunei  Coiiimenolug nt u |,o.t plimtml nt tlio  south s*������st oornor of No. 1, Ihotioo h* uth  80 ohains, moro nrlt-ss 10 r-linre line, thenco est M chtttns along north' n, buniidn y  of No, 20, (lienor uai th 60 anuine, theno*  west 80 ehaini, to pnintof oommeijut-ine, t,  containing 040 sore-,, mors nr leas.  KLIZABK11IJANK,SMITH,  N.mo ot Applicant.  ]).,to Jnne (Hh, J0J0.  LAND AOT.  FtmlrTc.-?. ?,;lI  (***i\kt DUtrlt't, "Rmiom  TAKE NOTICK thst Dsvld D������wi������n  Mllur, of Vanoouver, ocenp.tlon, esrprn*  ter, InUndi to sppiy for ptriiilsslnn to pur-  (.1,1,,,,   tl*,' tr.t) .,| I,,,.   ,V.. o*-*lw,l   *tt),,l*-       (*���������   ���������';  w yoi: want  GOOD PRINTING  UIVE U8 A TMAfc  uisocing at a pc*t pUnUd st ths itoutli  esst corner of No, I. tlitoee north 80 ������hstu*  tbtnoe t-sst 80 ehalns, thinoe south 80  chains tbsocs wts������ W ohains, to point of  oommeuesmtnt, otmtsitiing 040 act' a tnurn  or hes.  DAVID DAWKON MILUtt  Name of Applicant,  11*1*1 Jons uth, J1O0  FOR JSALIv-A Ave rcH������m������t!  honw on half Int. For furtlmt j������ar-  tiniilurs ������f|������lj nt tliia ofllct*  JOU JMLK-Stiiiilr Premltr  Tv|-eu*������ltei lit i***,f| *or*W. C"������t  $m.W will srll for 150.00. Ap-  p!y nt tUiacfllc*. w  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9. Form of Notice.  Coast District,  Range 1.  TAKE NOTICK that William F. Smittv  of Vanoouver, oooupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:���������Commencing at a post planted at the north east cor.  er of No. 1, thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence sooth 80 chains,  thence west 80 chain*, to point' of comtn-  ������ui-ettient, ooutniuing 640 acre*, more or  less, WILLIAM F. SMITH,  Name of Applicant.  JDated June 9th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast District,  Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that Margaret MoKiv-  >r, of Vancouver, occupation, married wo  i.au, intends to apply for permission to pur  blwae the following described landa:���������Commencing ut a post planted at the uot th east  :������rnor of No. 3, being two miles north and  >u������   mile ta������, i,f the south wost oorner  of  o. 1, thi'iiu* m>r li SO chains, thence cast  O oliaina, iiunc-.-oiuh 80 chain.*,   theuoe  '.vest 80 ohain-, to th*  point of commence*  bent, contai   uu li'0 tuxes, more or less.  *uA.������.A..BTMoKIVOR,  Name of Applioant.  >aied Jane 9 h   1910.  BEER    BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -     .-     FOR   SALE   BY     -     -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  BOVRIL renovates  the blood and builds up  muscle and nerve. It is  good for children,  athletes and invaHds���������  good for all.  BOVRIL  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Ltd  Vancouver, B������ C.  LA.Ni' ACT.  .''orm No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast Di������t tut, Range 1.  | TAKE NOTICK wat Annie Highatn, of  [Vancouver., occupui. it, married woman, in  tei il*. to apply for permission to purchase  .he following described lands:���������Ciimineuc-  eg at a post planted at the north east coiner of No. 5, being three miles north and  mo mile east of the south west corner oi  At>, 1, tbenee 80 chains north, thfuce 80  'ihsius east, thence 80 chains south, thence  SO chains west, to the point ot cctn.ueu.ee-  uunt, containing 640 acres, more or less.  ANNIE HIGHAM,  Name of Applicant.  >ated Jum 9th, 1910.  99  LAND ACT.    ,  rot No. 9. Form of Notice.  (.Vast District, Range 1.  I TAKB NOTICK that Maggie Armstrony  [-. \' I'tcotivei-, occupation, marrit-d wonta n  ;t.-i:ii. i''apply for periuissson to purchase  'is folU-.-ritiB dnsc-ribed lands:���������Cotnmenc-  ���������t . pot-t planted a- tbe north east cor-  ���������*i No. 7, being four miles north and  mile en.-'t of the south west corner of  ;>-i, 1, theuce north 80 ohaius, theuoe east  0 chums, theuce south 80 chains, thence  |est 80 chains, to the print of cotninenct-  .KituE, containing 040 acres, more or lea*-,  MAGGIE ARMSTRONG,  | Name of Applicant,  ted June 9tU, 1910.  0)  fl  0  hi  B  ���������4  co  ���������***   ���������*���������        M  X ai'.e.  p -J! M  fe ������-**!  "*, ii  ���������J ���������������   w  *** a ������  * ������ 2  Ig������  * O 2*  v - I-*  *������      -a  o    .  %  a ti  m  . <**>  s a  ������  O  a  -3  a  a  a  mmkw  nl  - A ���������.  ������   r ������  ������    ������ m  **, '"-. m  S    ������  -a ���������?  ti   2 *  X   -j &  ���������* I a  X ���������**��������� rs  .2 03 H  n a o  *   I  0)      '  ���������f a  X     IC  ���������Et,  ������������������a  a   X.  a -  2 ������  Ml   *  C       .  -���������   a  -?���������!���������  ������.** ^  ���������o  a  ������  to  s  ���������3  h  c  en  Xt  ti  OS  !������  P.  tf  a?  A  O  O  j3  .fe  rn  NOTICE  Ally-person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  belonging to the Wellington Colliery Co' y., or from or off the land  of the said-Company, will be prosecuted to tb������ full extent of the law.  W. J.. COULSON,  General Manager,  Wt-lliiigton Colliery Co,y.  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way ears of the Union Holliery  Company by any person or jier-  ?oii8���������except lain crew���������ii* strictly  probi'-'ted. Employees Te sub-  >ec to ������.isnii������sal for allowing sam���������  By order  W. L.  COULSON,  General Manager.  mi%m CANADA  Always the same, and just as  ������������������food na ever. The "Grand J)uke"  ���������gar.  LAND RKGISTRY ACT.  |j TUK MATTBB of un uppiioa  tio:i for a Dr.plicaie Certificate  of TiiIc to pa11 of Seo!ion.One,  Comox District  [NOTICK Is hereby given that it  [my intention at the expiration  ntin montb from the dnto of thi  -I publication boicot to issue tt  (plicm������ Ct*rlinc,iie  of Tilie  five land i-mird to Jnhn J*lapt'i-le  |i'lini*9 on the '10b day of July  |)(i and numbered 2276o,  J. P. Mi-LEOD,  Deputy Rtnislritr General.  |nd Registry Oaice, Viotori,,, B.C,  Jo 18th day of June 1910.  fctttiufiu'titm ��������� Buy a "Grimd  lice" and have ������������������iiti'jfnolioii, Un*  Jiiiiulo, liaiid iiiade. una mndo  I'i clear Havana Filler,  ^erH=T73cRBEtlr  >*s������NSH*������-������������***rs*-*ait������M,������aM,������MH-*^^  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Aud .11 KITCH������N    UTENSILS  MOTOR_^>  BlCYCliE  BARGAINS  We have on band at the pres*  ent time four  special bargains in  second-hand Motor Cycles as  foi  lows:  One Wolf 2 H. P. Price $100  One Wolf 2 H. P. splendid  condition Price $125  One F. N.tfc 3 H.P. good order Price $160  One Minerva 4 U. P. tires  worn, Price $i 00  Thos. PLIMLBY  nioGoy,l iStreet, Victoria, B.C.  K**F" Opposite Speucers  Several snaps   in second-baud curs  ofdiffeieut sizes, also ladies'  and Gent's bicycles.  WATBB NOTICE.  NOTIOB is hereby given that aa  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Drvlsbn of  Comox District.  (a) The name of Company in full:  Comox Logging and Railway Company.  The head office: Fraser Mills, B.C.  The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up: 1250,000, divided Into 2500 shares of $100.00 each fully  paid up.  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b.) The name of the lake, atream  or source (if unnamed, the description is) Wolf Creek.  (c.) The point of diversion: At tbe  Falls on Wolf Creek about one mile  below Wolf Lake.  (d.) The quantity ot 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 tbe water is to be* used (describe same): In  the vicinity pt and on Company's  property,. Comox District.  (g.) The purposes Jor which the  water is to be used: Generating electricity antl 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   Sportsmen* Goods  aud  General Hardware  *mmf\mhmr*m*m**l*ma������  READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY  For mnkltiB SOAP, .oftrnln* vmU". ra.  movine oid Mint, dldnfoctlrrt *lri'������,  closote and dnii.t nnd fee tntmy other  purpoiM. A cun t*qu������U20 Iba. Sal Soda.  .Si'Al! Evtrvwhtre,  E. W. GIULETT CO, LTD.  Toronto, Ont  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience forgucBte.  The Cent! al Hotel for 8-portsmon  None hut the He-it of Wines antl Liquors  WATER NOTICB.  NOTICB is   hereby given that   aa  application will be made under Part  -V%-oMhe"''Water-ATBt^9097'^"olJr  tain a license in the Division of  Comox District.  (a) The name of Company in full:  Comox Logging and Railway Company.  The head office: Fraser-Mills, B.C.  The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up: Capital 12-50,000 divided into 26*00 shares of flOO.OO each  fully paid up. ,  tlf for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b) The name of tbe lake, stream  or source    (if unnamed, the descrip-  (i) If the water is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place where the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and* point of 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.  _J^_3MO!S'yjce.J^  the place where tbe water ia to ba  returned to some natural channel*  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of re*  turn: At a convenient place below the  Stoughton F-418 in the vicinity Outlet Brown River, Sections 10 and 14,  Tp. 9, Comox Dis rict. The point of  return is about 100 feet lower altitude than the point of diversion.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works:  None.  (k.)This notice was posted on the  27th day of July, 1910, and application will be 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: Wei*  lington Colliery Co., Ltd.  Attach copy of such parts of the  Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works.  ( Signature j    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 business 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 ths production and  distribution of electricity ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� to  generate, use or, dispose of, supply  or distribute electricity * * * * for  lighting or motive power * * * * an{*  to construct, lay down, establish antl  carry out cables, wires, lines, accumulators, lamps and works ��������� * ��������� *..  I  through L. 42, Comox District.  ���������it the Itar,  RATES  REASONABLE  9*999&*^9*i*>699&*29*99*>  !  FAIRFIELD  f  i��������� STORE ~*t  i J. JACK,  Prop.  *tt>    A Fine Assortment of  <f     the Choicest Candies,  4     Fruits and Tobacco,  ej    Vancouver Ice Cream.  9  1 ���������  ���������fi Punsmmr Ave,  Cumberland *  V������-f***^v>**^*������^*****#|nifiht of Way and property ln Comox  District.  (g.) The purposes for which tho  water is to bo used: Industrial (supplying wator for machinery).  (li) K for irrigation describe the  land intended to bo irrigated, giving  aercni*c     28th day of July, 1910, and application will be made to the Commin-  sioner on the 7th day of September,  1910.  1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to  be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet:  Esqulraalt & Nanaimo Railway of  Victoria; Canadian Western Lumber  Co., Ltd., of Fraser Mills, B.C., and  0. Bristol, Sanwich, B.C.  Attach copy of such parts of   the  Company's memorandum of association   is)    Unnamed   Creek, flowing tion as   authorize the proposed  ap-  S.S."LITHIA  *r  plication and works.  (c.) The point of diversion: About (Signature) COMOX LOGGING AND  1000 ft, above tbe 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 bo used in  connection with Railway and Logging  operations.  (f.) The premises on which tho wator is to bo iisoii (describe same): Tn  the vicinity of nnd over Company's  ���������Utesit****-**-!!1** am-*  John Johnston,    Prop  Oil SAMC���������A Ford Run-  [it Automobile, 15-18 lloi'no-  |or i cylinder, nil Newly paint.  hic-v tyers, nnd everything com*  .,]'.price 8700.00. Apply to  \l, Johnston, Coiirtenny Hotel.   4,   0. Enido Pipe fitting and  i-rul rot-airing,  NOTIOE TO THE PUBLIC.  Having built *. tsrge wnrplmuso sml mil  at Oouririiay. I will In future keep nn  I mini a sloo'i of nil kin-lii of Hoy, Oralti,  and Ytm\ nt lowest mniltot into*. A  spt'oliilty will In, mtulu nf rollur uruslied  feed fur iMii's.'swliinli will mnkt* n ������,vltii-  of nut* tlnnl in tin* co4 of (*t>il. Onlo'i  dtivtm tlio tonm������t������r or by jilmtis will bo  protuptly tilled, Thankim* you for your  p������tr. oast) iu the vmt sod Sdllciin** a cmi  tinit'Doeof ib-isimip on bnuiU-r lunm, I  beg to nt).,*in  Yours to oomitiniiil,  IIYROM CUAWPOUD.  ������������������>���������������������������$���������������������������������������������������������������*>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  o  <������  < ���������  <���������  1*  it  I  I  it  4>  i>  Dealer in  AU, KINDS OK  :; Fruit, Candy Cigars  i: Cigarettes & Tobacco.;;  Honova llloclc,  OUMItERLAND, B.C.    ���������  t I  ��������� *e*+e***>*4+e+t>4.e*4>4><pe  >H ���������*>���������������������������     l*tlM**������ISfl     ���������*>������������������(���������'  (i.) K the waterils to be used for  powor or mining purposes describe  tbo place where tbe water Is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and tho difference in altitude between  point of diversion nnd point of re*  turn  m **ttifi*-> Mm,,,, mimioi m*������������������**���������*i  RAILWAY COMPANY, LTD.,  By A. D. McRae, Director,  (P.O. Address) FrRser Mills. B.C.  EXTRACT    from   the Act of the  Comoxi Logging and Railway    Company authorising the proposed application and works:  Sub-section (e) of Section 8 of the  Comox Logging and Railway Company Act:-���������  "(e) To atalte, apply for, purchaie  "or otherwise acquire water and  "wntor records, and to enjoy and  "exorcise nil the rights, powers,  "nnd prlvilrsro** of n power * com-  "pnny tinder Part IX of tho "Wn-  "ter Act," or anv statutory modi-  "flcatlon thereof."  itf**,-,*    tHIl  |ot ouly is it a nice mild  .������, but the "Grand Dtikc'*  )r  hn������ nil  tho������!  necossary  I?'!-.*'*   trhk-h   give   r.o  {faction to the smoker.  UNIOT S. ������. CO.. wf B.C.  T    ,   1  1.  [.IvortltM^n* will eonfer a fnvor  ringing hi 'lieir ads. not lawr  Wottday, au tliU will fimMis  Iprinter'*, to insert it i������ tliw  JMtieon the following TtiPi-  Ac! in the  News  rs.   Try it.  VVeek-fiid serviea lictwoen Vauoouvar,  Nami'iio. Union, Comox, hy tho  atei-l f'lydo built twin tort'W  rfaiilngas iiBd������r������������������  Leave* Vsnoouver, Hnturdoy 8pm  Arrives N.naiint*. Silurdny l'ipm  Arrives Union, SuutUy (lam  Arrive** t*������nv*v,  Montlnj- fl ������ m  He'iir,.iui*:���������  J-CilVis Com������k, N-Ji.il.vy 4 p m  lA*raa Un'**- HuodsyOpm  ArriVM Ni.isimfi, *4tt������<lsy II p m  Atri*">a -/a������fouver IlmMiay 7 a in  RUg*,- Issves Ui.ioo f������r Cinnhftlsn   ������v-  OtO  JOHN McLEODS  tffyri    l***i������',T   *>������   i;;  (SANDY. FRTflTH,  OKSAKH ������V TOHA0CO8  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the clav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  '  ��������� ., or to  G.LI. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Como x,B. C.  ytisw.f i-rrff  Seeds  s  OP liVEHY KIND, iu m*y  qnnntity, by the *"toka/ji������i c*  ly the pound.  Ornamental Shn!)  Fruit Trees  Hrown to suit the 1). V,  ulimste.  MtilCH  hvvty Mondny and TucRdrty I  will be in town to deliver Kresh  Hmter and all kinds "fVegclnblei*  nnd    nlfo      jxituiiM-s; Mil!  mil di������*,i|i,*  t'llli: VlUIK,  Saudwick.  K. C. I'.md,*, dealer in   utovea  ���������ry **������n.|������y m0rtiii,B���������* i,rr.v������l of-(������W. i*������'i MW*.; i������Im> phlinbili-f and  icktAN; and irs-y* <! mi^rinnt iiotrl ,pipc fitiiuw and geiit-r.il repair-  .t I pm, coiim*cii.^ with $u$mr     i*,,Ri    j,,,,.,,; ,vKeul ,ul t!,c Oliver  |Typtw.'iicr.  (].)Arca of Crown land intended to  bo occupied by the proposed works'  None.  (k.i Tills notice wns posted on ths  27th day of July, 1910, and application will be made to the Commissioner on tlm 7tli day of Sentim'ier, 19lil  (1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licenses who or whose lands are likely to  bn effect*,! by the proposed works,  either above or below the out,l*t:  Aim. or Ur. Millard, Courtenay, B.C.  AiUcJi ui'.y uf such parts of the  Company's memorandum of association as a������'.thr>rl������# the proposed application and works.  (SlRnatiirf) COMOX LOGGINC* AND  ItMlLV-AY COMPANY  Dy A. D. McRae, Director,  tP.n. /ddre������������) Fraser Mill*, Tl.(\  Kitract from the Act of the Comox  LouclnR and Railway Company a"*  thorltini* 'trn    ftmnosed   application  tint trorV"  Rith-iwf*^" (at nf fj^tlon I 0' th������  Ci'ttios   I.'-in-Jnic nr.il Hnllwsy   Com-'  p������.ny Art ��������� ]  "(r.) Tn at*+a. mnnU for, r������areh<itM'  ������������������or   otbarwimm  ���������**������vt������>������ wntcr and  "tF������t������r fm*m*Am    mmH  ������,   ������������'���������������-    *B,'  ���������*>*-i"H*" ���������������*��������� ��������������������������� ff-'H**. n,>mrm,  "en.' ; r;fit'"'.���������*������������������ ;*. (.1 ** *w***������r f*-������������-  "nam tmflaa f������art IX rf tha "W-f-f  ��������� Mr*. -- ������-������ atfttntory modlflra  "fi^n trrrrtt."  WATI5R NOTICB.  NOTICB u hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1009," to obtain a license in the Division of  Comox District,  (a.) The name of Oompany in full:  Wellington Colliery Co., Ltd.  Tho hond oi'lce: Victoria, n,C,!.  The capital, bow divided, Mhowln**  amount paid up: 12,000,000 divided  into 20,000 shares of 1100.00 each,  fully raid tip.  (If for minim* purposes) Free Miner's iJertlliente No   (li.) Tho name of Inks, atream or  source (If unnamed, tbe description  In): Pimtlctlgc River.  (e.) The point of diversion: At a  point above tho Falls on tha Punt-  ledtre River, Comox District,  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for tin n\hii> f<*������* no* ������������������������.*������,*>��������� \raa  (a.) The eharaeter t*f ���������h*   ���������nrnftri*****  works:    Generfttlnir    plant,    power  works, and electric worka and plant  and  other    machinery   and eonven  lenefs necessary for prndt'elnn power.  <t.\ Ttit* prrm������������lM, nn n-'i,*"* t*i������ ">  ter la to be used fdess'-ibe Mmt): On  and (n ���������IMnlty of thn W������llint������ton Colliery Company's IM. prof������������rty  and  ho|,llnt*������ lo Comox Dlstrlef.  (���������*.> Tba *ittr***������s*s nn wWh '���������,*������ "������"������-  t^r H to be uaed: (l-wrsMtn -������l*������rfrle-  if nnd oth������t* ^o'Tf f* r 'Itt,'. !**������������������**.  ��������� owi*r, o������or*tli������t* of r>o**r*, ������������������tiftfl'-a  -*������(< mar*oaarf ot *H *-lr**������ ���������**,'* **���������**-  ���������r������*l*. tn" ���������>��������������� #������vnr-fa# *������f **" *>r������'r������r������  nn**. **rl������il*'f*������ *r*f a WfW e*r>nip*M*l*  ,-nttar Vatt % rt a*-rt*a Aet. I  ,*, \  tl fur trri^-ttnm 4***������*"������������    ���������**��������� ; ������  l������i������1 intsndwl to re irfratad. ti-Hi  ���������rr**T*   Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  780 Granville ������rr������et  P. O   Do* 1008  VAN';oon,n,       ������, c   wmtineMUjetrmr^fv.  ���������=I-^vn  mm* w������������m������4*  l||'fllMli!'l  f'  U'��������� ih*  FOUnivNT -I  Aji|,i(y Mrs, J. it,  St c ,t.  ~Ut   yiiij'l'AVi  PRINT!NO   GO     1'������  NEWS. MKST-CU���������������������������:*.  i i  l*  NOTIfR I i������ Im-nl.y , I*   **'*.���������   * *'  nut *,'������'iinr* if tli������������  nniinl  *,f  '.'mti  t'omt-IssloO'rs of tin** <"ity ot Cuuh r-  l.nd, I ,r land t" snitlv f,*r s traimfi r < f  ha wli','������'ls llq'"������r llwtsa lit*l*i ������>y m*������  ���������n lot '< '.'��������� **V ��������������� '" !���������*- "*������ t\ v������ r   >*....-  (M-rlHiiil I'.ftiste.  CIAI.I MOSSATTO.  I)t������i*l this f������h J������y of Autriist, ir������io  (t.i Tf thi* m-atar la to ba ������������������4 l������r  pomrr or mlaiaf    enremaae hettf*  NEW YORK  CLIPPER  iSTNgmntitT  THEATRICAL i SHOW PAPER  IN TNI WOULO.  tUOnrYnr.   Slit������t C^. If Ob.  t������t*n������ waMbV. |  ���������AM-nt Copy F������i, I  wee* tern I  mamma  rrtutmui'  ��������� er ameer. THE   NEWS,   CDMBE2LAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  My Double  A Girl Gr*.du������l- Saaa H������-������������H In  Another Body on Three  Decisions.  By   DONALD   WALLACE.  Cop-right, isio, by American Press  Association.  1 remember well the night I received  my first shock. I received another lat-  ���������st'tha- ufteo-et' me wore tliati this one,  but iu it different way. Tbe first was  in tbe nature of a surprise; tbe second  wns a terror.  1 was but eighteen at llie flrae and  was going home to my aunt, witti  whom I lived. having ju*t Oiiistied my  education. The journey was u long  one, uud I had'somewhat broken dowu  my nerves from hard sludy. I diet not  like to slay overnight at a hoiel alone,  but did not feel like rokinu ������ Bleeping  oar. 1 was rather a timid girt anyway and had- not been used lo gout*'  about without a protector.  1 reached the hotel about 9 o'clock  and went Immediately to bed and to  Bleep. I was awakened (n (tie night hy  a noise In the hall. Several persons  passed hurriedly and were milting nip-  idly.-- 1 have always beeu afraid ot  lire, especially in a hotel. 1 {jot nut of  bed. went to the door and opened it  At that moment I received tuy Orst  abb'ek.  Standing in the open door of the  room directly opposite mine stood a  girl in her nightdress peeriajr out anxiously, just* as I was doing, 'the corridor was licbted, and I could see ber  plainly. The marvelous feature was  that she wns myself. There was nut  the slightest difference between us.  We were both in nightdresses, tbe hair  of hoth was worn In a braid UHngtt������g  down the hack, and her face and figure  were replicas of niine.  Both gave a little stream of surprise,  "aFd'Hofird re w-ba*���������ic���������I a to-ou p-res pecti xa_  rooms. I shut my door and groped my  ���������way to niy bed. All thought of danger was put out of my head in this remarkable apparition of,.my other sett.  The physician In charge of the seminary I hud attended had warned me  tbat If 1 dirt not give up study 1 would  brpak down Hut, desirous of being  graduated wltb the clasa tin well as  ut the head ot it, I bad disregarded his  warning. Now, It seemed to me. I was  paying the penally of my obstinacy.  My uiind must tie giving way. It was  long past midnight wheu I bethought  myself flint on openlug my door I must  bave looked lino a large mirror, l  would have got out of bod nud satisfied myself or this, but teim-d to Itnd  the contrary, iinU If I did I would not  get nuy inure sleep. So I comforted  myself with the assurance that t would  tn the morning Hnd a mirror opposite  my door nml dropped two slumber.  I was culled early for the train, aud  when 1 left my room looked fur the  mirror. Alas, thero wits no mirror  tbero. but n door just us I had seen it  In tlio night, I hud no"time io imifcr-  investigations, noi-dlng to go dowu to  broikftiat nnd lu the sliiUon.  By iho ad vice of my physician I  ���������spent -lui.v nml August unit summer in  the sen shore. Hy September t was  milch liii|ii'ovi>il nml spout the month  In ibe iiitMininiiis. This restored my  liptiltti. but Old not relieve tno or an  uncanny feeling nt having noon myself  or my other self nt the liolol during  tuy home wa nl Journey. Two yours  jumwil during which 1 hail grmluiilly  driven the .iiiuttur nut of my tuiud whoti  ] saw tin* vision llglllll.  Singularly enough, I hiiw It undor  rli'ciiiiislniicos Noinnwhiit slinlltir to  tlioso fiiiiiioctod with Its lin������l ii-i'iear-  unco, It wiih tho second simiiiior nftor  iho one during which It had llrst up-  jiotirfil to im*. ���������* hen I wiih ut ���������~  rtprlng*-. II1. um In uu extension  of n hotel, ������������������uing niiollior osteiiiil*m.  One uu,num. mi arising I wont it, a  wliiili'tv, im , t'li-i'o at another wiiidnw  in the other <*^it'iislott stood my double. Wo wore l'"Hi, iin I'l'luro, In night-  tiros*,!-* nud wore otir hair planed on  our liiickt-i.  Nothing rotilfl havo Induced mo to  ronuilii nt Hun imiol fur another tiny  ] WIIH  With rtiOllll" Mill! tilll'lH'lNt'll t tit* in  by niiiioiiiii'inu that I would leave by  tlio i���������i>.( trnlu, I 'hoy woudeicil, ,"������������������  postulated, pleaded, but to no iMirptwe.  Ono of llioiii. a girl of ,���������.v own in**-.  AVltll Wlllllll I WIIK Vol)' IlllltlllllO, begged mt* to loll iter uhy I "its loiivmg  nnd what was tlio iiiaitt-r wiih me. I**r  It was |ii,t!ii Umt I luul rei-ehed it  aliock of Knmo kind.   I would <,<*' hn'i*  WM   til'f fi'f <<,<���������'   iiui.14      .   si..',...    !   '"  (,.,; ���������,,, ... * ���������* '"v I'tiv-iti'iiH, itoit l  wlshftj to emi-tilt htm as soon as Imih-  allilo. I wiih Hiiro thut( I stitTi'fotl fruiu  Homo Ultnt of in,'Hint Int* ii.*l.������uti. and  ] tiiily ln>|it*i) I hat lie would Ittttl iiu-iitii  in nt rem It* pr.iuii*j.H.  On I'l'iii'liiiiK i'i*' '','> ' ���������*���������'*>* ��������� ���������* -*���������-���������'  lo come lo iiio nt "in,' and Mil blm of  till* ���������.i-otiil vision nl no-elf He tried  1ft remottiro mo by ii'lllnu ii io M, it I bud  aeon t'liiuo ntie \siio IimiI.kI very ilk,.  mo I refuted tn In* mut'i-rH-d. I Itnd  seen riijwlt nf my o������i,������i ciiiHierparl  1 innl ii.iii it,,,( ,.,,:, ,.',.,��������� -it tuy n'vr  ftasti i*iul tiliMi'l could i>ii ,Uiii>\y roxctn  l��������������� ,,.. ���������..ij il.-.tl I ' ���������) ft** -i-,<*r,>r even  '-otlSJlit Mi till  It-  I   I new.     tli'Mtt*"**,  11  tbla vlxlott wore a real |.or-.*,tt I w*���������il*fl  see Iti'i In n (lif|fi<iii do���������* truSM m\  uvvn. The r\mtiir i-\|il,i,,���������-t| lltl* b>  -My Inst tlmi n* I luul *������eir nor at nlghi  i.nd in vtt** ���������ttrl.v itioinltig I ������>'������ii1 o.tr  tirnily ���������������* *Wi '���������*. tin- dec.".* f <���������*,-���������" my  melt. I*-'It nt il* ������i*),rltiK nit-Mgowns  ) Irtrrt lu riui-lilor till* wtthllt itto limit  .f fiiin<tileio���������*���������*. tmi It waa imp<t*ilbl.i  lur nt** in i-'t.'i- thnt i*.������ [+rmoe*  istun  tt*   m,  id* iti* at  in spiiewiaACl  tbat they should meet twice and both  times see each other In a nightdress.  No; I had seen tbls vision first at a  time wtieu tny physic-lajt had warned  Ue that ] was breaking down. 1 bad  been overs-trained. What bad I been  strulnlug? My-mind; therefore It was  my mind that bad beeu giving way.  This reappearance of the vlslou would  naturally deuote that my ailnd was  again giving w������y. I shuddered. 1  saw myself coutltiPd in a luuatlc asylum, a mental wreck.  My friends to whom my malady became known used every argument to  disabuse my mind, some of tbem assuring uie that tny vision was a real person closely resembling me. Others  averred that people in u disorderedstaie  of the system were liable to see all  sons'of things. A ibeosopblst declared  that I had seen my spiritual self at  moments when it had been lifted out  ot my bodily self. To this persou 1 replied that wheu I had seen the vision  i was very well fixed in my own body.  1 consulted two specinlists tn brain  diseases, one of whom'told me a great  deal about the cerebrum, the cerebellum, (he dura mater and other sub-  Rtances of which the brain is composed and their reciprocal relations,  nothing of which I understood. The  Other told rue'thnt. 1 wim myself pro-  dticing an image of myself. He admitted that the first vision might have  been caused by a disordered -system.  His advice was for me to drive the  matter out ot my mind. Ocoupatiou  and amusement would assist me to do  tbls.  Voting Dr. Penrose did more to reassure me thfln any one else. While  he dJd not claim to explain my trouble,  he told me that It was of no importance. He pronounced me In escelleut  health and assured me that a time  would come when I would look back  on my fears as entirely uncalled for.  It was not so inucb his words that reassured me as bis personality. He  bad such a cheerful and at tbe same  time sympathetic manlier. He evidently believed what be told me. Since he  was tit* only person who could reassure me I made frequent visits* to his  office and found every excuse to call  for bim io cotue to my home. The result was a love affair. Whether bis  -reussiirajncj^_^ei^ed^me_J)ecause the  little god bad from the first "wound������d"  me or whether 1 loved him because he  gave tne comfort no one else could  give I don't know;  1 eugaged ulyself to Dr. Penrose In  the spring, and that autumn ] came  of age. 1 knew 1 wns to be paid some  money when I was twenty-one which  hnd been in the bunds of a trust company. Whether it had been left me by  my father or my mother I did not  know. 1 hnd no remembrance of either  of my parents. 1 b������d lired with my  aunt erer since ] could remember anything and had understood from her  that both tny father and my mother  hud died when I was very young. I  had arranged to be married ns soon  after I camo of age as I could get possession of my property. My fiance wits  n struggling physician, with nothing  but bis Income from ills practice, and  we needed my inheritance.  A few days before I wns twonty-ono  I wns notified by the trust company  that any time I would c/ill on or after  that date, prepared to Rlgn receipts, my  property would be turned over to mo,  but fhoy would like mo to niiroe n day  ond hour ) would bo there that they  could have present such persons as1  might bo nocoHRiiry. I replied thut I  would call nt the bank nt '1 o'clock  on the ufienioon of thu day I citme of  ago,  1 hnd conio to rely on Dr, Penrose  for mutters of Hjiportiinop, nnd as wo  wore to be piiiii'locl within a few  weeks n f for got Hug pusscsslon of my  fortune I asked lilm to iiocouipiiuy mo  to tho bnnli and seo Hint nothing wns  dnno that should not ho done. On tho  day appointed wo wont together to tho  trust company, wero received by ono  of ihe ofli'*oi"> oomiPi'ieil with It nnd  slinwn Into n rnnin whore wo wore  nsltoll tn wait a row minutes, Presently wo woiv iihIii'ioiI Into an npnrtmotit  lit tho center ���������t which iviwn long table.  Whore, Htiiinling nu tlio opposite slttp of  the nililu, wns the iippnrlrlon I had  soon fti'lep before. I sfiiggorotl, J'r,  I'onriHo I'linyii, um and Miotidlctl mo,  ' "My dmilili*!" I tiiniinoil, sliiutlus  out iho apparition.  Tho doctor saw whnt 1 snw-n girl  the exact lump, of myself, but dloused  differeiiily,  "('ootl!" lie oriel. "If flirtf Is your  double you tinvt* been frlvlitonod nt a  real person,"  A gontli'iniiit proAftnt said;  "I nm mm Hint you two young Indies  need to bo introduced. Vou nro twin  sisters and Inherit sbnre and share  allUu In the ostnto of Wilbur l-iingford,  both lioltif* his d-Highton* ami heirs,"  My "Inter on ������ooln(* ir������ Imd shown  ��������� ;t ,*,,',* i.t-titnnnn of ahnrU nn myself.  We looked nt encb other for some moment,-' i hen Until hi arte, l wit I, ot,*.- ���������*>  cord around tlio tublo uud met In ut)  vnil,nice.  Ot Hint domestic froubte whioh sop-  niiitod our parents, one tnkltir* tny sis-  ,, ,    ;;..     ,,-,',.. ir.tr   nt tbelr  utlbte-  <iueni early iloniii-our inu/hor of ������  liriiKoii be������rt-lt I* not iieceHwiry tbnt  I i-iiiiiilil give nn account here My  slsttfi und myself linvttig lioon brought  up septiriitaly. 'bo trtwieoH wore In*  etni'ted to brltig us togoi'tor when  "������ ���������'.���������Kite iif sgo and received our In*  lieritntH'tf,  li win some time bofore my twin  nnd ni,v������elf could tie tuni >i|..in in  order ijtnt we might sign puper* ������pr*mj  out <>ti the table l<������ receive ������mr *lRtin.  tores,.,Tho hnslness haitttg i-eon tin-  Uhert.'wa left the bank with .<���������r armn  ���������itwjtii esch. other"* *ra������������i. 'oiling of  "of ornr-rlr'ncaa after our two former  meetings, 8|i������, too, hnd *mffer**l. hat  nothing Ilka mys*Mf, aloe* aba felt sure  I waa a real parson.  At my weddlttj Mf ������!** atteadsat  vm my fMar.  ANAEMIA^VICTIMS  Can Find New Health in Dr.  Williams' PinK Pills.  Anaemia is simply a lack of blood  , It  therefore follows that the correct  trenimeut for anaemia'is one that increases the blood supply.   That is really  the only  treatment that can possibly be. successful.      The symptoms  uf  anaemia    an*    easily    recognized  I'alenuss, listlossness, the   failure   of  food to nourish, headaches and often  in women and girls backache, faint-  ncss und palpitation of the heart.   To,  restore the blood supply to its normal  quantity    and  quality   Dr.  Williams'  1'ink Pills can be recommended with  confidence.   First   because   they   are  known  to have cured  thousands    cf  anaemic, people���������the highest possible  , recommendation...   Secondly,  they ac  ;tunity contain   the   ingredients   that  combine uith tlic food and oxygen to:  make rich, red blood, without which |  'no man, woman or growing boy or girlj  i can be healt'iiy. j  Mrs. E.  M.   Bell,  Red Deer,  Alta.J  ,says:���������"When-1 came to Alberta some'  .years ago, a young girl,  I had been  : suffering for a couple of years from  ! anaemic  blood.    Doctors    had    done  ; everything for me that could be done,  ;but to no purpose.   The doctors said I  could not live, but thnt a change of  i climate might prolong my life, so my  ; father brought me to Alberta.    For a  short time I did seem io improve, but  'soon become as bad, if not worse than  before I left   Ontario.      I could not  ! walk upstairs, walk on the street, or  i stand in a room for more than a few  minutes without fainting.   Life was a  burden and I did not cure whether 'i  'lived or not, and had given up hope  'of geftinsr bettor.   It was nt this time  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were brought  ; to my attention, and n suv>ply was got  for me.   After I had used the second  , box 1 thought, T felt some better, and  i T continued  taking tho  Pills until  T  hnd used nine or ten boxes, when I  f -It like a new person.   I could walk,  I ride a  bicycle nnd  skate without the  dreadful pains in my limbs' I had be.  fore pxnerieneetl. and in every way I  was enjoying better 1>ealth than ever  before in my life.    Now, whenever I  feel the need of'a <o������ic T turn nt once  to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and I am  .constantly recommending them to my  friends."  Sold by all modiei'-ic rlonlors'of-Tiv  U!iai]_n,i���������50LjMuts_JLJM^ hoxs  : for .1*2.50   from    TV    Dr   "WninTmT"  ; Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont,      '  HIBERNATING ANIMALS.  The    Lethargy   of    .Voter   and   the  Awakening In Spring.  The sleep of hibernation is a very  different matter from the sleep of repose. If it be complete, respiration  can no longer be detected. A torpid  bat when disturbed will heave a sigh  or two and, being left alone, again to  all appearances cease to breathe.  Submerged in water of a temperature slightly higher than his own, the  hedgehog not only continues to live,  but appears to suffer neither inconvenience nor harm. Inclosed in an  air-tight rcceptable, his atmosphere  undergoes a change so slight that it  affects him slightly, if at all.  But circulation does not cease. As  respiration diminishes the irritability  of the muscles of the heart increases,  und thus without the stimulation of  oxygen, although much more slowly,  the heart continues to beat. In the  absence of the fresh air drnwii into  the lungs in times of activity, un-  cleansed and unrein vigorated and  venous blood passes on to (ill tha  whole system  of circulation.  A profound lethargy ensues, distinguishable from death only by the  slight beating of the heart. The waste  is very small. The fat accumulated  during the plenty of summer and autumn supplies all expenditure until  tbe coming oi spring, when earlier or  later the hibernating animal, having  no capital in reserve, begins to suffer the pangs of hunger, in response  to the demand respiration very slowly  increases. His oxidized blood flows  more quickly, and his energy returns.  Then the bat flies forth once more  from the hollow tree in the wood to  find the warm dusk teeming with insect life, and the hedgehog comes, it  ni.'iy be, from the cavity under the  gnarled roots below to iind beetles,  worms and slugs, once more among  the spring grass.  Hibernation has saved both from  death by starvation, but, if their nooks  had not been snug and wisely chosen  they would not have been preserved  from death by frost.  The hiding place also must be secret and free from intrusion, for tiie  hibernating animal cannot bear to be  suddenly roused. Even the little,dormouse, which comes out at intervals  to feed, when in deep sleep must be  carried indoors to the warmer temperature of a room or '������������������ revived by tba  heat of the hand passing through the  nest. He then wakes refreshed and  _full of activity, but he does not sur-  vi ve too~lTasty~ati"awakening-��������� ���������-  ���������-������-<  ! "  K.  The Doctor's Answers  By  Dr.  Lewis  Baker. '  The questions answered below are general in character; the symptoms- or diseases are given and the answers will apply to any case of similar nature. Those  wishing further a 'vice free, may address Dr."Lewis  Haker. Coll g- RI Ic. College���������Ellwood StB��������� Dayton.  Ohio, enclosing s If addressed envelope for reply. It*  unable to obtain ny of the drugs mentioned of your  regular drug-uai, go to some prominent large retail drug  store which is sure to be well stocked  <*-*>ll  0. M.:���������A lotion said to be ex-  lent for making the eyebrows grow  is as follows: Sulphate of quinine 5  ���������trains, alcohol 1 oz. Mix. Moisten a"d  rub twice daily. 2. Write, giving full  particulars, of your female disorders  and 1 will answer you privately.  Frank Mc:���������There is no doubt about  you needing a good prescription for  the kidneys and bladder. Such eymp-  toms* as painful, frequent', uncontrollable urination, varied by a'scanty  flow and pain in bladder regions, pain  in small of baok, etc., are indicative  of the need ot a good tonic and cleansing agent. Try this, and you will find  the relief you desire; Fl. ext. buchu  1 o?.., comp. fl. balmwort, 1 oz., syrup  sarsaparill**. comp. 4 ozs. Mix and take  a teaspoon!-*1 before or after meals  and one at, bedtime. Drink plenty of  water between meals, and little liquid  of any kind at meals.  Dyspeptic: -Yes, 1 consider vnn  have a chronic case of dyspepsia ami  suggest you try the following: ]*,sse..ce  of^pepsin 3 ozs., syrup of ginger 2 ozs.  and comp. essence cardiol 1 oz. Mix  and tuke a leaspoonful before or after  each meal and one at bedtime if necessary. Kat more moderately and abstain from heavy, starchy foods and  pork.  M. M.-���������-A popular and successful  beauty specialist used the following  formula for years to assist the development of bust, arms and neck. It  is usually very effective especially  when an internal tonic, and nutritive  is  used  in  conjunction  as  wouid  be  necessary in a ease of extreme thin,  ness like yours:���������Formula: Tincture  of cadomene comp. 1 oz., (not cardamom), glycetine 2 ozs., rosewator 3  ozs., borax a teaspoonful. Mix, apply  twice daily, rubbing and massaging a  tablespootiful each time until completely absoibed. Then wash with hot  water and soap, dry, and massage  with olive oil or sheep tallow. Then  have the following prescription filled;  Compound syrup of hypophosphites 8  ozs., tincture cadomene comp. 1 oz.,  compound essence cardiol 1 oz. Mix,  shake well and take a teaspoonful before meals if appetite is not good and  after meals jf it is. Also a dose at  bedtime. This makes a fine invigorating tonic and is perfectly harmless,  no matter how long used.  A. C. K.:���������The best treatment for  blood poison, acquired or inherited, is  simple, but to be effective must be  used for eight to twelve months, and  sometimes longer. You know what  caused the trouble, and now that the  severe stage is past, .vou can safely  use this prescription: Syrup trifolium  comp. 4 ozs., comp. il balmwort 1 oz.,  comp. cardiol 1 oz. Mix, and take a  teaspoonful after each meal and one  at bedtime. You can if you wish obtain the ingredients and mix them  yourself.  M. J.:���������A fine laxative cough syrup  is made as iollows: Aromatic cascara  1 oz., comp. cardiol 1 oz., and syrup of  white pine oomp. 4 ozs. Mix. Takes  teaspoonful b to 10 times daily or as  needed.  Sometimes  Client���������Can a man's character be  judged from his handwriting?  Lawyer���������Yes, if his letters are read  in court.  "The grief for the billiard wizard  who died is general and sincere."  "Yes; he never allowed his game to  get in the moving pictures."  Little Known Facts  ���������    A clog has 42 teeth.  I    Ivory  doubles  in  price  every  few  years.  The first almanac, was printed    in  Hungary in the year 1470.  The United States loads in the num.  ber of patents issued ouch year.  Soikcd His Gun j  Mr. Fling���������Is there anything more!  disgusting than gossiping woman?       i  Mrs. Fling���������Yes, a go.-.siping man. ��������� i  As a vermicide there is no preparation that centals Mother Graves'  Worm Rxtorminntor. It has saved the  lives of countless children,  Contentment may he better than  riches, but you can't buy a square  meal with it.  Clean Stomach,   Clear   Mind.���������Thei  stomach is tho workshop of nil vital I  functions   and   when   it,  gets  out  of;  order the whole system clogs in sym-j  ,pathy,    The spirits flag,    the   mind!  droops and work becomes impossible;  The  first  onre  should   be  to  restore;  healthful action of the stomnoli and  , the best preparation for-flint purpose  is Parnicleo's Vegetable Pills, General  use for yonrs hns won thorn n lead-  vhg place in medicine, A trial will  , attest their value.  Of Fighting Stock.  It is fifty-eight years ago since Admiral Sir Kdward Seymour, who, having attained his seventieth birthday,  is conipulsorily retired froin the active list of the royal navy, joined as  a midsnipman at the age of twelve.  ,He comes of a fighting family, for bis  (grandfather was created a baronet for  many gallant actions during the groat  'war with Fiance. It was one of Ins  uncles too, Sir Michael Seymour, wh.i  commanded the Fleet in tho Chine.-*.,  waters at the outbreak of the secou.i  China war in le-ali, in which war Mr  Edward, as a midshipman, served  with distinction. He was badiy  wounded in l-JiO while rescuing an  Kiigiish vessel from pirates in ttin  Congo lliver, and in 1860, as a maty  iu L'nina, lie earned the Civil medal  of the Royal Humane Society for hi,*  , gallant, effort to save the life of a inn-  nuo who had  fallen overboard.  The Oil for the Farmer.���������A bottle of  Dr, Thomas' Ecleetric Oil in the farm  house will save many a journey for  the doctor. It. is not only good for  the children when tuken' with colds  and croup, and for the mature who  suffer from pains antl aches, but there  nre directions for its use on sick  cattle. There should always he a  bottle of it in the house.  State of Ohio, City ri Toledo,  -J^.uctis^Claujuii:  "He was awfully nervous when he  pi'O'wsi'd."  "So were you until he did so, were  you not, dear?"  The man who agrees with everybody  soon gels the reputation oi haviiig  good judgment.  Feminine beauty is the knack a girl  lias of knowing how to look pretty  when she isn't.  ! Explainod ,  May���������She luul no trouble pulling the!  wool over his eye-,, |  Madge���������T suppose that, accounts for  his sheepish expression, ;  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc, j  There's  nlwnys lots of other  folks;  you kin be sorry for 'stead of yourself j  ���������Mrs, vViggs.   ,  8mnrl Churchmen  Dibble���������Why did you vestrymen on-  gage n fat rector? |  "Fat, inon lire nliorf winded,"  .  i  llnwc'er it he, i1 sconm to mo. |  "I'is only iiolib* to in- (*uihI,  Kind hearts nre more tluin coronets,    |  .ttitl Kimple fiittli thnn Nnrritfin blood ,  --Tiiiiiysoii.  You will Iind, in you look bnok upon  your life, that the niotnoiilH Hint stand  mil���������tlio iiioiiiotits    when   you    hnvo  really liveil���������nro tin, liniments   when  vou hnvo ilniie thing* in n spirit of,  love,    As memory   i-oati*   tlio   mist,'  iiliovo nud beyond nil tin* triinsltoryj  I'li'iniu'cn of  life  lh,'re leap iorwnnl'  thin,,' Ktipri'iiic hours when ymi hnvo,  been   ellllbleil   to   tin   llllllutii'i'il   kind-  ittusos tt,   tlniKo   round   about   ynu,;  thing- too trilling tn ������pi*nk about, but,  which you feel havo entered Into your!  I'tiTHitl lift-.      -Uetirv llriiinmntiil.    i  Pit Boy to Sheriff.  * Tho sheriff of Nottingham, Councillor Thomas Ward, who was recently  presented by the members of the Nottingham Board of Guardians with an  illuminated adilcoss, has had n moA  romantic- career. Air. Ward, who i-  lifiy-.tv.o yours of age, was born of  humble piirents, bis father being ti  framework knitter, and was sunt to  Nottingham Workhouse School. For  soniti tune be worked in a Nottingham  coal-pit, and when eighteen, owing to  a strike nt tin, colliery, lio obtained  a t'ovenmioiit free passage to Australia, when, be worked in thu gold-  fields, l'oturning to NoUiiigiinin  about, thirteen mouths Inter, in 1677,  he secured a position us u porter iu  a yeast factory, and by his industry  ami devotion t��������� duty hu beciimo sales-  mnn, Un*n partner, ami eventually  owner ot tin* business and factory.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper,  "Now, confess, MoBricle , do you  hold your wife on your lap ns mueli  now ns when vou wero flr������t married?"  nskod Bnrlow,* "Well, Barlow," re.  tilled McBrido, "to toll the truth, T  b'lieve she sits on me rather more  now thnn then,"  Frank J. Cheney -makes ontlTTh"aYhe  is senior partner of the firm of F. J.  Cheney & Co,, doing business in the  City of Toledo, County and State  aforesaid and that said firm will,pay  the sum of ONF, HUNDRED DOL-  LARS for each and every case of  Catarrh that cannot, be cured by the  use of Hall's Catarrh Cure,  FRANK J. CHENEY.  Sworn to before me and subscribed  in my presence, this 6th day of December, A.D. 1880.  A. W. GLEASON,  (Seal) Notary Public.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-  ally,  and  nets directly on the blood  and  mucous  surfaces of the system,  Send for testimonials free.  .    F. .1, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.  Sold by nil Druggists, 75c.  Take Hull' Family Pills ,  pntion.  for const!-  He���������"My toctli nre aching awfully."  Sin*���������"You must hnvo left tliom out  in n draughty place."  Work is under way for the first, locomotive ever built in Chile, the first,  of an order of live for tlic government.  An hour glims is nuido smallest in  Mm middle. H shows Ihe w-iiwt of  lime,  Within  little moro than n century,  'im.tm acres of nblfllng sunt) dnncn'  and    diseiiKo   broi'dintt   iiiiifslios   In  Franco   hnve   boon   made   productive,,  and healthful by the intelligent culti-  vtttioii of pine (ore*ts,  w ' *    ''      "���������' ! 1     T  i***,n-   u .i,ii|.....,,u.,,v,       ,   .;     ������������������' !    t  *-., I   m    .'H'itv   voice    before   We   worn:  (Hurried." i  Ho���������"Well, J admit   it's   nnlallic;  still." '  ���������"���������'iionD's '  KIDNEY  The Blue of Sapphires.  Star Minpliiri's are generally of a  greyish blue tint, nud the star is exhibited iu its greatest, perfection when  looked at liy tiio light of tho sun or u  ctiidlo. ih��������� sifpphire is found ot nil  tints and shades o| blue, but tlio color  which it|i|iiijxiiiiiili*s to the shade for'  morly oiilli'd "bleu do rol" is Uie  iiiosl valuable, A really lino sup-  nliire should appear blue by nrtillciiil  light ii.*. wi'll as by day, This stntio  is found iu crystals generally of much  larger sue Mmn thn ruby. Tho mini*'  sapphire is perhaps the only one  winch runs through till language*,  with very slight altaratinn���������tho lie-  brow niitiiu ������,t|i|>)iir, tin* Cluilda snpir-  iiion, the Creek zulliros, tho Utlu  Stipi'liiiu-*, etc.  They Saw Things.  A remarkable development occurred  in eu/iiioctjoii with the dentli of William Henry Hiilxmami, it dentist, <,(  I'i *��������� tf-**,* ""*��������� **lwii,isi.i, Foe who  win stilted at mi inquest to hnve died  trOIII     II     illUlpllM,     ���������,!,,     ,!.,>,(,,,,.       ,,,.    ,  tion, The funeral wiih iirriuigod, but  win, postponed on account of alleged  evii|oiici������H ot lib,. Tl,,- body, which  tun! been in the cutlili, was nUtted to  hnv.' I'lMiiigi'd color,' the face and 1I|m  *>,,i-,u .������,..>     L.-.. ft    ,...'.      ,'���������    ���������  ���������  wen, called in uud alter tt thorough  test eertiltxl tin* iiiim I'uite doml, attributing the Mippoteil change In  color to im ai.! in mi* ui.  "Give tbe devil his due," he snid,  "I'm willing to," she snapped, "but  vott'ro in pretty good hoiilth, mid he'll  have to wait."  "Whnt wore you nnd Mv. Smith talk-  ing about in the parlor?" demanded  Mist Rliishe's. mother.  "Oh, wo wero discussing our kith  land kin." replied the young lndy,  ,    "Yoth,  you  walli."  interposed  hor  i little v*t������tor.   "Mr, Tlimith itsked you  I for u kith nnd yon timid 'You kin.' "  1 The Pill That Leads Thorn All.���������  Pills nro llm most portable nnd 000*,.  'piiot of till medicines, nnd when '���������nsy  , to take are   th������   most   acceptable of  j preparations. ��������� flut thoy must nttest  their power to be ropular. As Par-  melee's Vegetable Pills nre tho most  i popular of nil pills thoy must fully  meet   nil   requirements.      Accurately  j compounded nud compoRod of ingredi.  iotils i>roven to hn effective in regulating the dhreitivo organs, there is no  1 surer modioino to bo hnd finy whoro,  [ Fooled His Dad First  Cnit'puH Chum���������I hope your gov-nor  will ink,* you in when vou got homo.  ������������������   "Well, if there's anything in reoi-  I procity lie ought to."  PIUS  %S\  ho,,l*u '���������"M*  ���������'"VIM   Tl  W. N. U, (fa. Mi.  Mount Etna.  Etna, the "burning mountain," is  tin* niigiuii'.i mi'ii'iiiio tn l,���������ti,|������), It  is U).mt 1,-ot high. If you wi������,|i������4 to  Willi, rfiiiil '������������������ l,-ij.-> y<nt nriii|,| hnvo  to tt������,lk ninety mile*." It slopes -.twiil-  ily 011 nil -il.* up to the highe-������t  orator, **bi������d, m nearly a mile broad.  Ths Rett Cura.  "Wh-. l> >",<,���������. malt* thnt patient  wait thr-*.* Itotiri evory day in your  an'o-TniiTn*'  "Il������- fi������������<������* root," aiplainod th*1 r*-***  lor, "ti'iid n, ii i.������ the only way I can  ���������ompcl him to taka li." 1  Ml  SHOE  POLISH  ^   fer UdlM ���������������������������  Wean naemwem fHlly thine*, ���������" -M*1* *������������������������ ���������hlrta.   Wetereaeef,  OtHitstliM me Tun������������*'tl*������*t, mmtea m* mVhar tmlurfue trntgreetemfe.  rtmmmram tha tamthar. All DlALItSS, tern.  TNI 9. 9, eewvi ee\ MlirTt*, ataaatHmm, ���������#���������*, ������**���������������" emWala, w.v.  r**x THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
if
TO ONE Who It issoclated with
children, lt Is a source of constant wonder that bad habits are
so quickly formed and good ones
attained at the cost ot endless repetition
and drill. But the fact remains that evtl
habits exist, and must be corrected by
parents before the appearance of the
child Is changed and lessened tn at-
tractiveness.
Frequently there Is a. tendency to
wrinkle the forehead in the long horizontal lines that are extremely hard to
massage away. Look first at the hat
that your little one wears, lt placed at
the back of the head, the wearer feels
that it can be kept in place and, prevented from falling oft by a movement
of ihe forehead. Result; wrinkles on
a little face tar too young for these
lines. A remedy lies ln the proper hat,
that shades the eyes and Is held securely In place by a comfortable rubber band.
Biting the lips is caused sometimes by
nervousness, but more often by a dry,
scaly condition which can be relieved,
by the application of cold cream. If
there be no little pieces of the cuticle
to bite, the habit will be cured.
The habit of contracting the eyebrows
is sometimes due to the fact that the
hair falls over the eyes, and a child is:
generally willing to move along the
line of least resistance, so "the strain
comes upon the forehead ln the effort
to save the eyes. The prevention of
this condition Is easy. Brush the hair
away from the forehead and tie back
with the wide ribbon so highly favored
these days, and in most cases very becoming to* curls or the block cut.
For tho nervous chjld. who while
studying or reading unconsciously bites
the nails, the best correction of-the
habit Is a pair of gloves large enough
to allow freedom of movement of the
little fingers, but protecting them.
The habit dies out from lack of exercise. For the little babies, also, who insist upon keeping thumbs in their
mouths, the glove Idea Is recommended.
Many children have a habit of press-
Ins the face at different places, thereby
distorting   the   features    and   ruining
Jj&��?&0��'<^%^J%s��&S
!��>��>
good looks. Stop the first intimation of
this. The nose, the eyes and the mouth
must be allowed to rest In their own
glory, undisturbed by a child, who does
not realize the consequences of habits
that in time will destroy the beautiful
lines of the face.
Many habits are allowed to grow because there Is not the intelligent, inhibition of them in the first stages. Tou
are aware of the little faulty actions of
boys and girls as well as I am. It Is
within your power to break the threads
that are added each day to the great
cable of habit, and no one will be more
grateful to you than the corrected
child.
Advice on Social Customs
THE GIRL WHO BEHAVES
I HAVE so often received letters from
girls who lament the fact that behaving, in the accepted sense of
the term, means a lack of popularity. Let me add, with a certain
class of men. One reader bemoans the
atate of affairs. "Tho girls who allow
undue familiarity .from young men
friends," writes tt-ls contributor, "ara
the ones who seem to be popular and
entertained."
I grant nil that, but I must add that
for the girl who behaves there Is always a Belf-respect which is of inestimable value In tho attitude which wo
hold  toward  o'hors.
The hoyden who engages in wrestling
mutches with her inascullno admirers,
who In tho "nd usually get the kiss
which thoy seek, loses a certain dignity
and respect its soon as she allows herself to forget that a barrier should bo
placed between herself and men,
Her sinter, who slU, ln the corner, an
outsider, forbidding and proper, may
not be sought with tho oageruegg that
characterises the other's friendships
with young men, but she Is behaving In
a refined, ladylike manner.
There Is a satisfaction In this (nought,
To the proper girl or woman this feeling should counteract any disappointment that may 'result from a lack of
friendliness, After all, In the familiarity
that breeds contempt ��� the object that
you desire? Is not tho clonn reverence
for womanhood ot much greater Impor-
tanvt'V
tii'in-ritlly that woman who doesn't
euro what the other people think hits
assumed that stand because sho Itan
brought upon her huttd the criticism of
i>l-Oplll   Will)   act   l'llTWII)H|Hll!tl,V,
Yon, have no Idea how vague Is the
line thnt many young women thaw, over
wlilt h their frlonds step with astonish-
lug usHurancn, 1 inn sorry for thoso
people, As surely as you clearly mark
tbo boundary of familiarity. Just ns decidedly do you comntuiul n illmiliteil
ti'i'ntnti'ni.
Nos tba girl who behaves, whether In
tha parlor, on picnics or nn the streets,
is the one to bs emulated, The "popu*
lar" young woman who giilne the nuttuo
and attention of men at a Inss nf womanly dignity Is one to tie pitied,
To my girl* who behave, I ur��o that
thev continue In this line of action. Nn
friend who Insists upon undue familiarity Is worth a rogrot, No true, valiia*
ble friendship will over be prevented be*
twren mint and woman because she
chooses to he womanly anil iletnnndN n
r��*peetful consideration. Just keep right
on "be|isvln��"l
"man walk home with you, you may ae*.
cept his offer.
& In such a case it is almost your
duty to start a conversation to break
the silence.
S. Tell him you are a little tired and
do not wish to take part In every dance.
Remember that the dance you refuse to
give him must not be given to another.
The Decision to Make
To Rose La Neer: As you requested,
I shall not publish your long letter, ,j
should think your own experience years
ago would tell you what to do. If you
can resist all temptation, stay where
you are.   If you have no will power, it
Solutions to Social
Problems *
W hen Passing Plate
E
^&^^&ra&~
a reformation must come from within.
Make up your mind to be serlo-js and
have a steadfastness of purpoeo As
you grow older you will becorm. less
Jealous and sensitive. Both of these
evils are caused by a little bit of egotism on the part of the person thus af-
.flicted. Why should every one have his
thoughts anjl interests centered In you,
and why should you think that every
act done or every word spoken 1? Intended for you for the purpose or hurting your feelings? Break away from
yourself anf be optimistic.
2. If the girl Is acting as hoste?s, she
_ehould-shake���hands���with���the-man���in-���
troduced, otherwise It Is no*, necee-snry
to do more than acknowledge the introduction with a few pleasant words.
8. Yes. c,
4. It would Toe better to have a chaperon. However, If the man Is an old
friend of tiie family, and your parent*
are willing, to have . you" go out with
him uncharicroncd, you will do no
harm  to take their advice.
5. Tbo preceding answer will apply to
question No. 5.
6. Nothing wrong about It, but it.
seems to me to be such an absurd
habit which young boys and girls have.
7. Such a E'rl would not be held very
high in my estimation. She I�� doing
her sex an injustice by cawing on
flirtations.
* i *>,*���.
rlrt<*" t��.   I hnvo heard sn many of my sol-
lew friend* 'peak  of them.
Ml��s  SOPUOMOJtB.
A straw ride Is an excursion made In
a huge covorloss  wagon, (lie floor of
which  Ib thickly covered with Htraw.
Paying Carfare
Desr Mrs. Adiiitt*.
Is li  rlslit for a young man to ray *���
vmiiiK woman s earrnro when Iih ni'i'iilentnily
ini'i'i), h<r on the cur*  He known her wry
woll, a.  H,  T,
No,* It Is not the proper tiling to do,
D%t\\ Vti 1��ll me w*i��th*r In na**-
,    Ing a piste for Ihe .ss-eontl hslnlnr
St la vreoir to .remove the. knlfs end fork.
��r Ami,* they \m left un the pisUT     I*.
Tba knife snd fork should remain on
���the plate when It Is passed for a second
helping. 	
Escort is Backward
Deer lire. Adttne. .
f. ���* *F*n a your,*- girl goes te s dsn*�� snrW
%����� man Introduced to a young msn eml"
i 'j-he tn ,*>��� her home, whnt mny she
J. When I to lo a perty there is * ymine
un thnt stway* si**�� tmms with m��. lit
s yerv bsrkwsrd end rtevrr ssys ��nyihln��,
Isb ntrni��r for m�� to Mart *, conversstinnt
1, *IVh��*n I young mutt want* lo ilanc* with
rne end J So not wish to dene*, whet would
be ��� pollle war at telling 'um*    nAflK.
1. If *mti  fifty**, no ese-rt  ind your
w-etteroa ** wining to have the yt-unar
would be better for ynu tn an away before you cause sny heart aohea.
Is it Lawful?
Dssr Mrs, Adams.
1, is It right for cousins to merry?
, I, What cat* \ do -when a youns matt j��
tmi t\en In hiswhevior aad whom, n.i-nii-
shl��. I wish io rttaln?
, In �� *,i-i-ii miii-gu l�� It prow fer ��
young, lnay.to speek to *, J****?'* men In
I,, i- tv|na�� without .ut liiliodUfllliii,/
vi'itAht!r. ^'-���-"-'���-^-^���ns-^-���**���* "������-���'?
If t went	
This Is not true, s*
two of the young
linf
1. This le a much disputed questl���n,
and one to. which I am not willing to
give any decided amwer,
1, No.
j, insist upon ftntlernanly behavior.
A vnitnt* Ttiim whr, ilfic!* nm \u���\, ).,-w
io rsspeui a young women Is not worthy
rlr) friend of mine hie asked mt. to
r. Aome ether alrtslaiufu-rdidjlhst
n It would be ta ittHt her breihsra,
I ussjre the eequetm-
io rsspeut a young
of her friendship,
4, undor suet-, i
perfectly protA,.,.'**
iniroduotlon.    --4,*ih
elrfltimitanoes   it   1��
terf. speak without an
perfectly protA,
inirotfuotlon. -i,^
l, Bt Independent en,. Aemto do whnt
Sou know to be MfhtwRTdt, not uuy
ay ettetttlnn tn t*i!�� rc-tiori'*' ,., ��*,.,--
KJm*M)to
ara tear jmft ens three sirls
Four Boys and Three Girls
Peer Mrs, Asiime.
1, MTjiere aft fear ow ens
." l *- -     ������ ��� mt bw>i
Uke
the other ifsy snit ��
�����*.�� irfi ,l,�� rrrmt ���t thn
is on the heck. Which
n m�� hom��t
..  ..     _ _..     Ifflrt*".'*     ��     f\r\     |,|.s
from jutvlei tieera of h��r. ehauis ho inlro-
fcll erne ate) a tlrl bcue tfrem ehureh,
��� ����sra ���*
'AtVU tlMSe aie ,tm ���*We,1a��a one
���JhouH nie eae ertrl tn with the bejr to
w VrStH it Aim mi
should she ask him Into thn lioimuY
SIXTKWN.
1, Out, of tho girls will bo uhlliKul tn
allow two boyt* tu walk itloim with ln*r.
3. I seo no other way mil uf It If tlm
oiki boy Is to escort thu two sirls liuiue.
:i. Neither on*, nf tin- boys wiih ul'llgntl
tu take you hoinu, If ym wen, nut nut
with him.
I, No; ho should ask miiiu*' nm* i<>
lihu him in,  Intiiiiliiciliui t���  th*' iilrl.
fi, It depends upon tho hour. If it W
10 n'l'lm'k nr after when the girl renchci
bur homi*, she should not invito the
young limn Into Iter house,
/'7//s?et*��# and Fifty
De-tr Mi'ti, Aitiinis,
, W�� ur��* two tclrle, 16 veers nf us,', snd
hsve two gHntl,'n,**n iiiimlrwi's of iilimit
(fl iresrs,   \Vi* hiiv" tmci*  Vnonini' ""���**
,,....]   n���t,  tin ill  ������(   m liullit*!',- uf WitvKS,
nut our mothers ��r�� In tttnontncKi nf th��tr
,,tiii)..|il, i V   ,!i   lu, I      lt...,(  li   Iv |,t,*|��-|   l"
ecnuetnt these   two   nf   our   rw>th<*T��'
lixncrsnr*,?     TWO KOOI.IHH KIOUIBS.
First of all, let mo say thut I da not
approve of girls uf if* cltuosliig unui
of 50 for their companions,   fliieli discrepancy In ages is to bt* strongly dis-
conrngotl.     ���"ocnnilly,   It   Is   rno-xf   In,-
proper fur i.ti-l" *,-. i--, ��� -   -
nigs will, llii'lf udtuirers,   <in,'*�� pat-
etits should li,* tint ib' acquainted with
a��I one's friends.   The only thing fur
vou to dn l�� lo clear the matter ���i>
by sending ihe men out of your llv*.
Not Papular With the Boss
Posr.Mre, Ailsm*. '
Klnflly edvi-x* me,   I em pnpulsr with
the eirlf,  hul  tint  *f���H  ,1...  t,'��� ,-     I
Fi,i niiem to ktmw linw tn set.   tVhsl isi
*lnf   J nm not hom��i|y, end  I am t"
vlttttl ��***�� r**r,l<".   I*inr*h��*ims.  etc    Ari>  ���
i-��p*rl��* hi   mm   M. UU lu uaUlUllt lt��-
turuNtuil In their iichl���v���ini)iitH, l*'lu,|
out whnt tltuy Ilk,- i,, talk a,unit, uud
tluin keep up a coitvi'rsiitltin along
thai lino, Do not be morbid ana
fault-tlndlng.,. Hpfitk well uf yum*
li'lviidM. Whllt< ynu nre not cxpfctcil
to oittertntn, It would lu* very nice to
show your grittliiiiln fur jhiki ih,h|i|-
tnllly by glvlnfc a simple form of en-
torlalnnicnt. I
A Form of Flirtation
Oesr Mrs. Adams.
I em trum n very hl��h famllv. ll Is
ebovti mi' lo ntrt. I iliiiiiimit uiv fmml-
ki'l'ctili'f nn*J dey tu mtuu-t tin- nlli-Mlun
iif ii 'triini-'i nm,i wnlkliiK !>**>Itintl in*-,
knnwtns hu wotiM pick tt up tnr ne-
Mv I'ltum In shirked, W��s It s verv
(errihle thtn**** At.tHA,
To mv mttid v,,��i ��������>���, ���*,.*,: ,_ ,,;, ,,
)*,n hi'i,- ityitig tii iitiriin iIn- iiltHitliui
nf H   Hlritntrr*   mrm     Will  ti , ,1  j, :
Uu not make un attvtiipt to mm* tin*
aciltiitlntaiiire uf an unknown uerenn
without a formal lntr,���liirllon.
To Regain I fer /Jffectioni
p����r Mr��.  ASems,
I em srfntlv in ���f.i f j, ���-- ,t .*, ��� �� j
*,��� * ,,rii�� ut us* uikI ih""' iHin 1,1-
knucI to �� slrl of It, ll��,-nu��i- | (snivl
msrry her now she rtfuM In hiv�� sny-
'*-*-- murr to t!o wtth it,��, I huvo ft w��rm
t for.her end would lik�� to vnu*
... . ren do. ii  i;
It Is too bad you made o,i< mistake of
eiteeklng of matrliimiiy tu n Kltl e*>
young, t tltlnk, however, if yu will
give her time to think the mi'icr over,
and If she Is deeply In lnvi- with vmi.
��h<- wltt rii:uiiMi<i,r ti'-r ��i-ii"nii .mil ne
willing in uait until you are both Nome*
what older.
msrry ne
.ttjin*. mur
wiisi I ,i
What to Say
\n  ri>lur-t?  ~ ~'"*ri'v
I'rotmbly you do not make yonrs*if
Intcreetlna* t/> ihe boys l�� t.��ina ln-
A Straw Ride
Djsr Mrs   Ademe
T".*4����  ��sj,titn   to me whet  e  "����**���*
for  It  places the young woman In a
very einlmrriiHsluK position.
Girl of Sixteen
Voir Mm   Ailitin*.
I   I  mn inilv ii iilrl  nf l�� yMtrii at s��*
,1,1,1  \v���tll,|  III,,- l��� IttliiU- If I ciiUI.1 K��� I,, t,l��
**|I'|-,|S    If    HU     |MI, ll|��   l|ll   ||l,t    ntljccl,
a Mv i,iirn,l�� wfuit nu* to nu witli ��. Un��
wlinni I itu mi, |���\ii, Wlmi wmiiil y���u fl'l-
vl��i, nu- tu do *o ttint | ,i,t ti��i tmvi- t*> k ���
wllh him?
S, I .mi (li'i-lily In luv�� with ,t l��,y nnil t
llilnli hi- lot fa nn, litil hi, iii'vir ,-ikni mo
hontf,   W�� were never iimpt'ilv lnii,��)iu-,-it,
!*"! '''' r,'rjh'i'"'"" "\"'> ommr in* ��i't��,
I Sn not Ihltik my iiit>thi*r wmilii nilnw m��
t .   Illkl'    hllll    III    Ull.   IhHIK*.     I'lHlM.   IHlvlmi
me linw lo act In .ii.ii u viuu,.   I'lvAitl,
1. It would h<* pi-rfcc-ttv ptuinT for
you   to  ittli'tiil  tin* iiftcriiiinii   |i,ir*nm-
HiU'l'H,   If   I'llllpt-I'lilll'll,
*���    Ill'i'lllll'   to   lll'l'l'pl    IllN   IllVlllltllltlH,    r
do not think your parent* would fun,'
y.ut to act i,kiiI,i��1 ymir ��U| In tnuh a
en so,
3, Oet n proper Intrmlui'tlm, m **"  ' *������������
., "i.   .,* ���   ii,,-   I'm   iiiliiniilt*   Willi
hllll,    I.*'*!  Iti*- ititvlse v *���   nn,  **,  ,'i-t - ',-
,,'  ��,,>, (. <  nil,, lIn,l bi* pi>����������, ymi,
Mitnv a girl has mini'- bci'iclf vi iv hi*-
happy I
l.cflefs. 	
Fickle, Jealous and Sensitive
l**��r Mrs. A'lnvni.
' i-,.. ,.,, ���,<���,,,. j,,*,-,,h iiii.t nml-
ll.**, C*,n ����it�� I'll me h��w tn .,vfr��'�����i*
Uiese f��ult��T
2. When �� vnims slrl I" ititrmttiicl ti, ��
ymittlt num. stimii,) ��h,* t��i*.i�� ti m her hnno
or Just ��'i"ik his n��m��T
I, is It ��**l form fir n sbl tn wimr rm��
or two nlslit iliisn t'i ���ch-u-.i*
I, Is II l,Mi'-i fur h t 'iiitK rirl In yn out
hfir��ft,si'h r|,i|us w'lli '< s*-,iil��-,nen twelve
or Ihlrtwn y<-��r�� h��f ���"ilur wlthnul t,
<hei��*ri'n t
1  ff *. g*",i''. n.i.    r-1 < I.;-  (,,.!����� tu *
vmns irlrt f.r Hi,- sim-i* r,,  ��,��ui.| it lm
prepor for h*r io aat*t* ���'"
l. t* *ticr�� nnvtlitne ���*(���">'�� ��l."ii r>i��
*��. luxnm*   ntiK*   win*  li'iyst
t. Whst de inn t).,*k ��' " ttt- whit
SlrtsT Itlt'iWN KVKH
1. No amnimt of iivi'-r ,Oi,l<| help
fou to overcome i<M��r iui*l��,i<w,   Huch
Denr Mrs, Adam*.
I'lensr Inform me throuKh your c*"lumn��
tho exact words a xlrl of ft shoiii*l ��na
when being Introduced to a boy of h<-r q-.vn
flf-e. aRERNIK.
Sometimen n bow and a Hir.lle urd
all that are necespary, but when any
remark Is to be mail.' you may use a
phrase; as, "I urn plt'itsi'd to meet you,.
Mr. Morris."
'To Break the Habit
Dear Mrs. Adem*.
1. I llvn In *. snmll town snd tho boys
always hold tho sir)*' nrms, liou i*m I
break them ef thi* habit? I duti't llki it
ono bit.
1. The hoys ftlinniit nhvayt brltiK ��i" Ii>*ii���i
from chui-fh and as I live aulto n 'll-tini-o
from li wo tu'ver uet ljoin�� until in <>'���., > ,-.
The bovs come In the houuft th"n nn,l nifiv
tin hour or sn. I don't wittU to hurt lo'lr
fOfillrtK". hut I do wish I could wtop tl-uu
from "tavliiK hi Ions.
,1.1 am 1* vnitrs old nnd am i-iibiki'I to n
boy of n. We��annoi be marrlwl until I im
IH, My fnthnr illHllkee the'hoy v,-i<- tnu h,
but I set lo s���� him at seltoo), My ��w��et-
henrt liui, askml mn to *toi> solnit nut with
other Viovs. I can't P'i����l)ily kh out with
him, nml If I "top ifoln*. at nil mv ,,;ir��nl��,
who* slrondy nre keeping s hrlfiht lookout,
would know In a mlnuln thnt "omiMiii-ig
wns up-   What nlmll I do?    OUAY KVHM.'
1. Tell the lioys ymi nvo In need of no
nsRl.xltiuce nml do not llilnk It necvsi-ary
for tltem to hold yonr arm.
2. Y"u can ,'imilv hr>,tk llm boys of
tlil��  hublt  liv  nm   Invltltui   ll.i'in   in  llm
llOtlKt*. ;
3. My deiir girl, do nm bo fool bit,
eiititigb In tin ymii'self down tit surd, a
ti'iidiT iiui., i-��i|i,*i'li,ii>' in a buy tn whom
your father olijoi-tH, !(��� nunibcr, ho Is
older Ihixn yon nnd much wls,*r*. *o tiil*-��
blM tidvli'i,. Tell tin* young buy Unit you
hnve mini, it iiilfliikf*, nml th:tt you
know ymi had in-n* >��� wttlt until you ure
older before henmnlng i'tigiiB<*d,
Aflrr Luncheon
T**r Mr��   Adsmi.
Will vou ir-il no- mimi' ways nf fnt��T(aln-
Ins ynutiw slrl" ufirr a lunr!i*"in?
ItOt'UIHJU
Music or rs'fliiitlmis mny follow the
luncheon. A very proctlcnl fiunl uf en-
ii*rt���li,in,*n, w,i���l:| b<�� to bovi- ,-inlt *<ltl
uiiiki* a .M'l'lliin of a garment to be
given  to charity.
Wooden Wedding
Miir Mrs, Adsins.
I um ""mm ,to ,**l*iir��t�� our wooden wed*
illii��, snd nm n llitl�� *h<,rt <>n ulum ior m.
ferielnln^. WmtM v��u lil'iio* ntv, m�� *"in��
sUKSi'Stlmn? (Mr�� i   ti   M   M
|*'or iiiiiiiseinent try a ,iHll-|ii'UllillhS
or ii wliltlllng ciiliti'i-l fur III*' tt'iini-li,
.mil It-i tin- m��n dr��-;-s dulls mtuli- fr ttl
cloth,-splits, Tlic,, luivi* n xhinll wuilr
inti ���,i,., <*',**, ���. i. ��� . *
i,j which innl, en*''*, wilt ilruw a e'mul'
u ,,,. i .-,��   ***r ,i  v"   ���,,*-,
*iiv*!  cm It gut'ii  ft  wuoiltn  pi1'** utmt'
Willi li   Iii  ski-d ll   .,   Id Hi  g|Vr���|i,IStV
In the nun Who diuWit Die bi-.'t  -*,id tin
onr ��'h��, ��|i*��"��s I!.,   -o'. ���;   ridli u,,>,i*,
Form a Club
,    ...    ;,,,*     A,,.,,,.��
I I mo It ��r��lis old mil *tvu H. * small
town wtnrn ,h''r�� ari no imu-- iin-i.ts.
Would ,>"U eilvlsr liailn* giuiii,. , . *-f
|,'H�� ��n,| Klrls rvor'* frw ��,rki? An, *��,*��(
��)iuii),|  In, done  to etit'itmn  ths iin^.n*'
,; ^ti'iiiiil tht, lnys s<'��,im(i4ny tli��- sir's
Imu   nfiir  lh�� mcftliisir
t l hfuf Ihh'H Kilns ��l,ri s Kin �� f<-w
j,-��r�� v, u'i|��rr ilmri nii��'-|f l���* <pii,>- i, 'low.
Is ii i-ri-'iiwr to ktss lit-r i>, i-,,-el��ii'���
i/iNi.fo-.it: nu.i.
1      '.'.'I ',.��>(      '    MV       .,        .' ,  I,,, ',       ,|   1,1.      1,1
1,1, it   i���ii-s>  ll   Iimultr.'     At   t,H    foi !!,,����
jou  k,in,ilit  httvi*  t>n*,l*i".   ,-iri,,  iV-,iil(*>".
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��  ;rn:,,��'e t# Ik Oumtoland !;ews  issued Every  Tuesdav by, the  Comox   &   Cambepland  Publishing  Company.  THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  This paper will not hold itself  responsible for the optniotis of others, as may appear in its eoktune  ������*;rom time to time.  TUESDAY,    AUG. 23,    1910,  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice.  New Westminster Laud District,  District of New Westminster.  TAKE NOTICE that John H.  Glanville, of Lucd, B. C- occupation storekeeper, inte-ids to apply  for permission to purchase the folio-wing deBCtibed lands-;���������  Commencing at a post planted  about 15 chains west of S. E. corner of T, L, 29141, thi'iice west 40  chain,?., thenco south 40 chains,  thence east 40 ehaini?. thence north  40 chaiiiB to the paint of com-  niencment,  JOHN H. GLANVILLE,  N:ime ofApplicaut (in full).  Dale June 17th, 1910  Form No. 9  LAND ACT-  Form of No'we.  New Westminster Luid  District.  District of Cnmox  TAKE notiee that Funny Fntu-  rzeii  occupation,  married: woman,  intends to apply for pentiu,sioi*-to  purchase the folloivi-ig. described  ^atKl"  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Dinriotof Rnpeit.  TAKE nttic- that LiltaEleanor JenHn-  - n. .>( f*away*r, B. O.. ..ccut-ation.m-ii-  iieil woman, intends toai>ply tor pt-rrais-  ���������jtou to purchase I he following described  ^tt'ls:-L. E. J"6nkita������on'a S. K. c-mer,  Ootonienoinjc at a poet planted nt the  north eaat corner of Section 1, Township  ���������il,,hence we������t 160 choim, thence north  28.chains, more or leas to Georgia L,I-o,  tin nee eaet along the lake shore to Towu-  jihip line, thenoe south 38 chains more or  leas to plnoe of comuienco'oeut uoutHioiD**  540 acres, mor������ or l������������s.  LILLA ELEANOR JENKINSON,  ~ ,  . ��������� Xtfm. Leslie, Auunt.  Dated Juue23rrf, 1910  RUPERTLANDDISIRICT  District ot Ruuert.  TAKE NOTICE tint' Lilla Florence  ���������Jenkins tt, of VunoouTtrB. O. or-eupati. n  iS-jiueter, iutonds to apply for t>rrim>8i<>n  to purchase tbe Wlowiii/, flc-acibeo* loud.-.:  Commencing at a pent plan to i st the  north east corner ot seution ������G, 'JN.wn-  amp 20, theuoe south 80 choiue, theuce  *ve������t SOclmtti', thtfuo-- north 80 chains,  theuce east 80 ciaius to pLce of commencement, cot taming C40 <*.cr*.s more  or le<*e.  LILLA FLORE NCE JENKINSON,  _ ���������   , T Wui. Leitlie, Agent.  Dated Tuue 21at 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rijptwt  TAKE NOTICE that Pwidy Clement  Riythe, of Vancouver, \U,C. occupation  Logger, lntemls to apply for permission  topuroUaaa thefo'lowiogdeecritied lan<*fc*  *Oom-nenc-nf* at a po������t planted at the  southeast corner of Section IS. township 21, markfid P. C. Bly-  thi S. E. corner, thenoe n-rth, 80 chuius,  thence west, 80 chains, tit, nee south 80  chdios, ihence eis,t80 cltnius to place of  couunenci*me t, oontaiuiog 64t> acres  more or lea*  PADDY CLEMENT BLYTHE  Commencing nt a poet planted  ���������at the North East corner of Lot  1615 N. "W. D. theuce East 80  chains, thence North 80 chains,  thence West 80 cli-iiu***, thence  South 80 chairiB to point of commencement, eontainino; 6-10 iiei*e6  * *-**  moro or less.  FANNY F1UNZEN,  Applicant.  Charles Fr in izen, Agent.  Dated May 20th, liilO.  Dated -Tune 30th, 1910.  '���������Via. Leslie, Agent.  RUl'E UT LAND DISTRICT  Disci-ict of Rupert,  TAKEuot.ee that William. Robins m,  of Vancouver, R. 0. ,*ccu>;at>o,i Saits.nai.  intends io ap*j[y for peruiiauiou to pur-  cha.������) thefoliowiigdi-sciibca luud,,: O m  m.uciuy at A a p.,st planted at the S. E.  corner of Secdo** ������4, T���������WUship 21, marked W. itoniusoi), S. E. corner, theuc.-  itor.h 8(1 cnains, thenoe west 80 chuios,  theuce tMJiitn 80 cimius thence e,.st SO  cnains to plaotfof co.umenceuiont, uoutiin  ing 040 acres, more <,r lees.   ���������--^IJLkLiAMiRJMNJJ)^ ���������_  ,N , , , vVin. Lesl.o, Agent.  Dat������*dJu-.e30th, 19l0.  '  LAND ACT.     ,  Form  No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast Diatriot,  Dutrict of Range 1.  TAKE nottde thnt WUli&m Leek,   ������������������>{  Vancouver, occupation En*-ineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  followiug described lun<L,:���������-  CommencinKut a post planted on the  beach about ono aud a halt miles South  Kitst from the South East coruer of C. L.  3358, theuoe North  eighty  (80)  oh-rina,  thence Eiut aighty (60) chains,   thenoe  South (80) chains,   thence   W0.,t   (80)  chains, to poiut of commencement, containing six hundred and forty aaies, more  or lt-sii.  WILLIAM LEEK  N������me of Applicant  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACf.  Form No. I),  Form of Notice.  C'oaet District,  District of Range I.  TAKE notice that Vema Leek ot Vancouver, ocoupatiou Spinster, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the foi-  lowing described lands,*���������  Commencing at a post planted at the  North West oorner of No. 1, thenco West  eighty (SO) cti-tiiis more or le s to C. L.  3358, thence Nt.rth eighty (8,'������) chains a-  long O, L, 3358, theoce Ease e.ghty (80)  chains, thence South eighty (80) ohiiina,  to the point of commencement, couUiu-  ingsix hundred and forty (U40) actes  more or loss.  VERNA LEEK  Name of Applioant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTIOE that Rutlt Kos-iaClnrk  of Vancouver, B. 0., oooi'jmtioi, marrid  ���������woman, intends to apply t v permiHsicn  to purohttBO the following doscrined lands:  Cominenoiuui* at a poBt pUtued ut tlio  aouth enst coruer of Seed a 1, Township  21, thence north 80 ohfiii.u, iIimicb wwtt  SO chftiuH, thence south 80 olminx, ttituce  eait 80 dicing to place of ,.*. iniuiunsomeut,  containing CdOaorott, moni op 1.-m  RUTH KUlA CLARK,  Wm. Losli", Agent,  Dated Juno 21st, 1910,   RUPERT LAND lij.S I'ltTcr  District of Rupert.  TAKB NOTICE that ti, uruo Nortuaii  Worsloy, of Vancouver, Jul., oiuupatum  b ioU-kooper, Intonda to ;i*������,��������� 1 y fm* punni -  aion to purolmso thu following deflurlbod  laudHt���������Comtuotioing ut u niht (ilnntoil at  the south wont comet' of ,S o i ,n 18,To */,,  "hip 8, pent milll<od 0, N Wor-lov'H S,  W.onriior, thoiioo einttm ciuuiiH, Uirhco  north 8(1 cli uns, thonoe went 80 ulmiiiB,  thenCH huiilii 80 ohaiiiM to p,,iu������ , f tiom-  mo���������WMtent, onntaiuiog (IH iuioh, mow  or lean.  UKUKOB NORMAN WOliSLHY,  Win. LeNlie, Agont.  Dttod Juno 20tli. 1010. B  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Dintrict of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Edward Tnorn  lev, of Vmouuve, 11.C, ol-cuijiiuwi, Traveller, tnteuds to apply for permis^iuu io  ���������jurchaae the foilo-iingdecri'ieil kudu:  Cnmuntiiuiug at a pout planted as th  northeast co uerof Section 12, Tutvulnp  21, thonce east 80 chuius, thence soii'h  40 cbiiius, thonce west 45 chains tnoie or  lcs.i to G.orjjiii Luke, tho, ce westerly  along noitli -.tiore of lake 95 chain-,, more  or It-si to where seution line he ,wten Sec.  12 aud 18 i.tersec'B lone, thorn,.* etwt 00  cliaiuH ruor������ or los -to place of comman.'o  meut insciib*-*.! on po<t,80 ob iii,s to N. E.  oorner, E. ThornUy, oont*ii.W tllOaurt'S,  more or U������.   EDWARD THORi-lLEY.  Dated June 28th, 1910,  Wiu. Leslie, Aj<o,.t.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notiee. o  Coast District,  District of Range 1.  TAKE notice that Elanor Leek of Vancouver, occupation Married woman, intends t.* apply, for permission to purchase  the following described lauds:���������  Cotwnenci-'g at a p Mit planted at the  NorthjVcit corner of No. 1, thence North  eighty (������0) chains, thence East (80f3iiain7  thonce South eighty (80) chuins, thenou  Wost (80) chfiins, to poiut of coinmence-  meot, containing bis hutid.ed nnd foi ty  acres, mote or less.  ELANOR LEEK  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  northeast corner of No 6, being four  "miles north of the south west corner of  No i, thence north 8o chains, thence  west So chains, thence south So chains  thence east So chains to ibe point of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  I  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District of Range l.  TAKE NOTICE that Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  at a post planted*at the northeast comer  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 chatos, thence west 80 ohains,  to the point of commencement; containing six hundred and   torty,  640,  acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND ACT-  Form No. 9,  Form of notice.  Coast District Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that William H.  Whaien, 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, beint,'  four miles north of the south west corner  of No. 1; thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, ihence south 80 chains,  thence west So ohains, to tbe point of  commencement, containing six hnndred  and forty acres, more or less.  WILLIAM H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No; 9.  Form ol Notice.  ltUl'l'lU'LANDIilSi.'lUUr  Diatriot of R11 ���������it,  TAKK NOTICK that r-epliou Keith,  nf Vancouver, It, 0., ormip tin,, Inoli.  ke* per, intend,, to apply t r 0 uiv.HHi'-,, to  puruliiiHO Uio following t!.,-ui ilcd ���������< A-:~~  8, Huitih, N. W, oronnr. i'oii.ni,*noiiw at  a poat liliiiitod 011 TnwnHhtp 1 no ,t entnli  lutpmef I'eotgiii Lak*, \\\,> .w -mitli  158oli,in������, miirt, *,r l*HH tu th" quart* r  pout iMmvfliiii i-tfotion Hi md ;i(l, Tmvi.  fillip Oaiid-O, ttitinuo ���������,1.1, 10 cli.iiiu,,  tlteno'i north 160 oliainR, tli tn-o went 10  4l|, llllH, tllUDDO SOUth    til) 1    II.-,   t, |illtCd ,lf  oomtneiioomout,   oontui;,i a tllu  ,.oroH,  woeorlo-w,      STBPHcN CiTH,  Wm l.i in, Agi'iit,  T)*tfid Juno 2llrd, 1910  RUPERT LAND DISTJilOL'  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICK that. I, Samuel Bow  tion, of Vancouver, 1). 0., nocuumioii mi,.  u,g eii|*ineer, into ida to npply for pi ������������������������������*  flioi, 10 pu un;,8H tho following desunbud  lantlki������������������ Ooinmnnolng nt a ])mtplnnti.d  lit  thu south i<o������t corner 0' Stotion 2, Town-  Hliip 21, tin-no nor li 80 uljiinH,  .lioocn  ���������an 80 ohain-*, thonon  south 80 i-h,,|r,s  U101 co weit 80 chaiiiH, fo |i|ito������ of oomm  a, ooment, oontmnini' Olt) nort*., mute or  lett-i, SAWUKL ItaiVDEW,  ^.     , . 'v"'i Leulic, Ai.o,it,  Dated June 21st, 1910,  KUl'KUT LAND DHTJUCP  DUtiiet if Rnport.  TAKE NOTICB tint Hanbo Asbhy, ���������f  Vanoouver, \i, c, oconpHtiun, marrlon  wonmii, uiU'iulH to uppiy for pormsHioi,  ,��������� piironatfl tli,, fn!li)tt*ui(- tle-orjheil luml*i:  C ,in,���������o. ol,,-* ot ft post t lmitod ������t tm<  ntiu;|i ntiHt I'ornar 01 Hrollmi Urn, Towii.  uliipai, thenoo ii.-,rti, JIOolitii'H, the.up  W'KtHO ohniiiK, iliwmo aoiitli SO oliuins,  thenoe ea*-t. 8(1 eliaitm, to plane of o������imn.  oicoiii,ut, oonlahiiiK* rWliaon,*,, ,*,������ro tic  I"-- UAlDhE Ai-din-V.  ,. ^ '��������������� Ltinlie, Ageut.  DntfuUunaatal.luiO.  ���������Mf8 Cotton Root Compound  Tlio Brent Utm*|P������ Tonle, uud  por bo-t.  or iw.0  ^        --      .jwvimgii^i  Bold by all (a^-j-Ut*1   --..      fe**!"*!'* tf. rouAai of prlca,  ^Utett\tttX������X^!JB  LAND AtT.     \  Form No. 0.  Form of No,.ice.  Coast Dia riot liai ge 1,  T������Ki- N TlCi. tht Ktiiieriuo Brown,  ���������H'otipiition   widow,  11 iond*  to apply for  p rmiueiou to purc-hate tho f How in-* do-  soridetl luods:   Oemnioiioh,)' ut a p^st  planted ut tho northco t oorm-r of  No.'-'  (being tw., miles north of the southwest  corner ot No 1) tlienoij 1 ortti eij{hty [80)  clmitis,   tltoioa wo������t  tighty (80)olioii.e.  thenot) south eighty (80) ohains,  thenoe  ea������, eight*? |80] oU'tins, t \ tho point , f  oomiuuiitioineiit, oontiiining fix hundred  aud forty [640) tiered moro or loss.  KATttlSRINEimOWN,  Name of applionnt  f)fttod Jtino 4,1910,  lTnu'act]  Form No, 9,  JJorni oi Nutiao.  CtiHst Diatiitit,  DUtriot 1 f Range No I  TAKK NOTICK that Annie ttremner, of  HoMoti, ooo.ipiifioo ejiiimter, Inteuda to npply tor peimftaiou to ptiioliime tlio follow  log deHOiilioil hind-! Commenciiig nt iv post  plnntofl nt the n������l'theaRt oonuir nf Nu, 2  [being two miles north of the uouthwo-t  comer of N���������. I) thonco north eighty [80)  olininn, thenoe eiut tighty (HO) olinm**,  thonco umith oii-hty (fi0|   chains,' tlituioo  wet algnty [80) elmltw ,0 point of oom*  uioitueinent, ountafnitm aix huiidruil and  forty (till)) neon, mint, or |o*n,  AN.VIK HRKMNEU,  Niitiio uf Applicant,  Ihtud Juno 4, 1UI0.  Coast District.  District of Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that George Whaien, oi Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intend-- to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lands  Commencing at a post planted about on,  mile west from the north ������est corner ol  No 2, beint; ,���������v', miles north and two  miles west of the south west corner of No  ii thence north 80 cnains, thence east 80  chains, thence south 80 chains, more or  less to C, L. 3358, thence west, 80 chains  Hlft'it' said license to point of commence'  merit, cnntainin-- 640 acres, more or less.  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9.  Form ot Notioe.  Coast District, Range 1.  TAKE NOTIOE that Burton Hoi-  landi of Vancouver; oooupation, ao-  oe,untant, tntenda to afply lor permission 00 purchase the following de*  scribed lands: Commeooing at a po*t  planted at tbe north east oorner ot No  12, being lour miles north and two  ���������nil, s west of tbe eoutb west oorner ol  No. 1, tbenee north 80 chains, thener  ���������Ant 80 obain>,thenoe south 80 ohain*  thenoe east 80 chains, to the point ol  oummenoeoaent, containing 640 acres,  mote ot leas.  BURTON HOLLAED,  Name ol Applicant.  Dated Jane 7th, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. d.  Form of Notiee,  Gout District, Range 1  TAKE   NOTIOE   tbat  Jobn  M.  Stewart, of Vancouver, occupation car  pen ter, intends to apply, for  permfc* -  sion toporehase tbe following deionb-  ed   landa*-��������� Commencing  at a peat  planted at'the northwest corner of No  11, beiog tbiee miles north and three  miles west oi tbe southwest corner ot  No 1, thenee uortb 80 ciiains, tbenoa  west 80 obairs, tbenee sontb 80 otiaina  thence east 80 chains, to the poiut of  commencement, containing^eiO &oresr  mote or hu, JOHN M.STEWA&T.  Name oi Applicant.  Dated June 6,1610.  LAND AOT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notioe.  Coast District, Range 1.  TAKE NOTIOE tbat Alex F Breoa  ner, ol Boston, oooupation engineer,  intends to apply for permission to pur  abase the followiu-* described lands:���������-  Commenciug at a post planted at tbe  northeast corner of No 12, being four  miles nortb and two mike west oi tb<-  southwest corner ot No 1, thenoe nortb  80   chains,   tbenee  east   80 chains,  tbenoe south 80 obaius, tnence weet  80 ehains, to tbe point of commeoc* -  meut, containing 640 aoros, more or  lest. ALEX F. BREMNER.  Name ot Applicant,  Dated June 7,1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form ol Notice,  Coast District, Range 1.  TAKE SOTIOE that John Morav-  ic, of Vancouver,occupation constructor, intends to apply tor permission  to pmchase tbe lollowing described  landst-Oommenciogata post plant* d  at the northeast corner ol No 14, hc-  iog five miles nortb and two miles  west of the southwest oorner of No 1,  thence nortb 80 chains, thence west  80 chairs, tbenee south 80. chains,  thence eaet 80 ohains, to the ptiot of  commencement, containing 6*10 acres,  more or less.     JOHN MORAVI0,  .... j,_     Name of Applicant.  Dated Jnne 6,19I0T"-~���������������������������-������������������  UNI) ACT-  Form Nu. 9,  Count Uiitirict.    District nt Kiiigt* 1,  j   TAKE N<ITICli that Ktlwin l������ Ilicm-  WOOtJ/B Ph0iplU}{Uai(  m, u( Vancouver, occupation broker, in  HOMJBTLAHDJ'InilMCi'  Oietnot of RiJ!'",..  lAJrwfc  Vinoott  tends  the Ioiiuwiuk ui-Huriui'u iiiiiok;  -ty ,11111,i*ii , vyiilritfrtf. Thi  dug at* tyi.t planted ������t Hi"  u 1,  ,*nt j jorm<Mti Wlaktor)  voMur of B't'iion 111, To*,*, .-.m,, 'Hi, Uim*,*,  11 uvii ������     ' -     '.'. . ��������� ' .  .11 , 1 . ;  ti,e>n''-ti>r'ii HO uliiiiw^, ..  t.., i,j  ������'li,iiiM to phce of eoiiuuioe ,uem****f, rnri.  tuning iMO ncroi, mora������*���������'  JOHN    it KINK,  Wii.   i.n lie, Aht*i,t,  DnUd June HUt, 1010,  ���������^eaWnTKitte!**  t,:"dli,������ "WV ft������rpanni������ion to purchase  ,. liiukeii "iiiiu iilie following  iltn.^H-'KAVf  IV *' * '.''* ������,r-"rti ,/*  ���������������������������*������"-��������� ���������-  nUf-KRTI.ANDl isiKHT  District ol Ut, ������ii,  TAKK NOTICK that A.m KUi".t .1,  iiinaon, if Vmirmnver, It (',    ���������������  (uimii, 1 w  atoaographer, intamt* to   * .,* 1 1 ,������������������>.,.,������.  ai*n to otirnnaM'ho foi     tnu   ���������������.r  ui  l������ri<!������.*���������i/orari'aneidjf at, p h. p iwm,, ,1  tbe ������<������rth -*t������t c>mer of .*������������������   n*������n ti. I'nw .  ���������hip !i<������, thmiee wiuth %���������  ���������������������������   m-, t<  u,'*  una Nuolmiie, thi*oo������ ,.1,   m,1,1,1 or,  ���������Uivhcb **a*t 8*3 *.lutti,t >*���������   , *'��������� ���������  '">   '���������"',-  utJi.coaU)ot, ei-nUiniiig tli>    ,;*������������������*, ** on  ADA KLKANOR J!  ,KlN.snN,  Wj    I..*|i*, A������*oi.  Jltl-4 Ju���������* 214 IBM.  TAKR -iioTIOK tliat *i*tt',!������>��������� ������ff,r  d������'i*.l,  n>ur\,������ H, mmw,  A  Whsl..  town. ('.irt.'/lHlaml, mnwrntllna-n. h\ ond  ������'��������� *������i>i>l> fir iiorinlafiii, to Joiwe tlief���������||..������  ii������g il^onliod f������rt<ahtira:-irommencingat  a )..i������'plm-ni ������tfha hluh wnttr  ,1,1*.*,,  "���������"ti'  flvi. ,*ii.in- n.i* tli-rly front th* s  ��������� -r*i*.r <������f the tne lo.n.1 M, H*. ^(!,r(  j re..*.ion:tfl, r.r*,-. ubm,!, fhwn���������t fllt  j '"iu i* ������ a. tilhirlj. d r������v 1,41 f.-a���������������,i fc. t|���������  ',,-k|t.|.ie ,./ th** i������nt> ���������> 1>i������m t.,������ .���������������!,������ ),.,  I ���������" i n������ Miitttw'Jy tr,.m tho mnfi H. W <.���������r. j  w    t the fr���������i-ti.m������J  H. *A . ijn.ff.i*  H ...  <le������cnped   lavid*.   Cum-  m������.*i,-ieo q, *i tw,������ nlinteil nt  rh** nnnh.  f,,s, rnrtierof Nit t 'l'c\n\' three utiles  nortlrof the iniitliwest corner of No 1)  thence north eighty 8,1 chain*., thence  west eijthty, Ko, <:h nn������, thsnee south  ������ii*liiy,8o, chains, thence east eighty 80  liiiniiii; sis hundred und forty [640) acren  more or letix,  EDWIN I' IIKEMNKK,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form Xo. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast District Kati^c j,  TAKE NOTICE that Robert I). Ellis  of Vancouver, occupation,broker, intends  to npply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Cn-iunencintJ  at n post plumed ut iho xoutli west coiner of No, 10, being two miles north and  two miles west of the south west corner  of No. 1, ihence north 80 chain*, ihence  west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  more or less, thence east 80 chains, to  poiw of commencement, containing 640  nr res, more or less,  UOBKKT 11, ELLIS,  iNitiic of Applicant.  Dated Juno 4th, 1910.       LAND  ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coiint District Rttnue 1,  TAKE NOTICE that John O. Ann*  strong, of Vancouver, occupation, clerk,  intends to apply for permiiuon to purchase  the followinj* clt-smbed linds;���������  Ciimmuni'ir*)'   at a pott planted at the  north mist comer of Nu. 11, beini*-three  inilos north nnd twr������ mile* wesi of the  smith west corner of Nu. t; thence ntirth  8,t chiitiif., thence won 80 chains, thunce  thence kout   80 chains, tlier.ro ea-Jt  8n  di tin*, 1 j the point ol couiuienceiiiont,  contaitiinit 640 .tee", more or Iiish.  JUHKG.AKMMTKO.C,  Name of Applicant  *'* ��������� ���������",���������<���������,  LAND AOT.  Form Ro 9.  Form of No ioe.  Coast, District, Range 1.  TAKB NOUOB that Joseph Mor-  a vie, of Vanoouver, oooupation eogiu-  ���������.er, iutends to apply (or p*ro i sion tp  purchase the followingdescrlbt*.! lande:  Commencing at a post planter) at tbe  n 'rthtasi oorner tl No 14, being five  milefi nortb aod two miles west of thr  B"uthw,;i-t oornor olN> 1, thence north  80 chains, ttience east 80 cbaim*,  tin-noK Hum h 80 c'iialoe, thtnoe wr-*t Kit  ohaius,to thu point rf ooinnieuci-  meut coutiiininf (t*i0 ft**r*'v, more ot  1-m JOSEPH iVIORAVIO,  Nauio ol Applioant,  Datfid Juno 6. 1910  LAND AOT.  Form No 9  Form of Notice  Oosst Dintrict. Range 1.  TAKE NOTIOB tbat William  Haines, of Vanoouver, oooupation fore  man,ioietiiis toapi'ly lor pirnksiot  to purohNso the following tieaosibod  Wnds.-.���������Comtnenrint*' ***��������� * pottplanttd  nt the northeast corner oi No 16, be*  inn <fx mill's nortb and two miles  west of tho aouthweti oorner of No 1,  thenee nortb 80 ohains, chenon west  80 rbslns, thenoo south 80 chsius,  tbeiiou oust 80ohains, 10 thn point ol  uommenceiueut,et,ntHininiit 010 strrs,  more or less, WILLIaM HAINES,  Name of Applioant,  Dated Jim* 6 1910  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notioe.  Coast DUtriot, Range 1.  TAKE NOTIOE that Alexander ilol'hee  of Vancouver, occupation, carpeater, intends to apply for permission to. piirshase  the following deuenbed lands:��������� Cottineno-  itag at at a post planted at the north west  ������������nw of No. 12, beinjt four bu1������������ aosth  aud three miles west of the south west 00:.  ner of No.l, thenoe-north 80 ohaiaii,tlienc*s*  west 80 ohains, thenee south 80 chains,  thence east 80 ohainu, to the point ot commencement, containing 940 ae*e������. more or-  Has. ALEXANDER McPHEE,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 6th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form Ko. I.  Ceasfc I>Mriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Naomi McPhee,  of Vancouver, occupation, mairied woman*  inteuds to apply for permission to  pur-  ohase tbe folioyviug desdribed lands.: C>n���������  menciog  at tt post plaated  at tho north;  weat corner of No. 14, being five  milea'  north  and three miles west < f the   south  weatooiuor  of  No.l, thence north  80  chain-, theuce  west 80 obaios, thenco*  Bouth 80 ohains, thenoe east 80 ohaiai*, to  the point of comiaencement^contaiiiiug:  (5*10 acres, more or less.  NAOMI McPHEE,  Name ef ApyUoant.  Dated June 6th, 1910.  LAND AOT.'  "Ft-ifm No. 9.  Bull, of"  iutt'.iids  CoaBt District, R-wge 1,  TAKK NOTICE thuLewU J.  Vai.oouver, occupation, fnremmi,  ko apply for iwimisBiou to purolmso iho  following tles-ribed landa: Ot.mmei cine  at a post pluutad at the north'\,e.t comer  of No. 16 beio** kix mil-a nurtli aud three  miles west of the south, west corner tit No  1, thence north 80 chain., tlio, cowe-t 80  chains, thenoo wrnth" .80 ehaiw, thonce  e������*t 80 oh������in������, to the point of comniu io-  meut, oonWni,iB6a0uoie', nioie.ct- les,-.  LEu IS ,1. HULL,  Nuiaoot-Applioftiiii.;'  Dated June Cth, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Fl,tui No. 9.  LAND AOT,  Forio No 9,  Form of Notiee.  Oosh Oisiriot, Range 1,  TAKE UOriCfi tbat Ueorge Q,  Pratt, ol Vancmiw, t oeupatiou  so  oountant, fn(*ods to apply for  per  million to tftfrohaie tha folluwinf* de  ���������arihKl Und*t���������Commrnti gat apon  plant'd at the northeast ooruer nl No,  Form of Notioe.  Coiitst District. Rnt,)ro 1.  TAKK NOTIuK that Alexamlor J. Stow  ������rt, of Vanootrver, tooupatio.i, o-,rpi*ut, r,  inteutla to npply [or poru.ianion t> *,ur-  ohft.e tho folloftiur- deBciibeil ladB:���������  Oomraaneioi* ut a po������*: planted en the.  Hhrne about 114 miUa in a sooth huh.  terly direction from the south wea, 0 ,r-  ntrof Nn. 1, thence nmth 80 ebain������,  thence mt 80 ohtius, theuoe siilith 80  chdna, thontjo wost 80 ohnins, to point  ���������f oominonooment, coutaii<iji** -340 notes,  more or lesn,  ALKXANDKR J, SIEWAUT,  Nstno of Applicant,  Date Jun������ 9th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 0. **om ,,f Noutiev  OoaU Diatriot, Hau|-ti 1,  TAKKNOTSCK that Eluibeth Jane  Smith, of Vsnoouver, ooonpattini, *mariiotl  womati, iuteutli to npply fur ptiniiifwion  to purehaio thu folluwlng deisriM Umist  Commouoliig nt n i������o������t vlunlad at thu  jii������ii������'u n, in'uiHiun*, liuruvr III ������0,   ������,,uf|, u4ul ,���������,,������������������-��������������� XJ     I     ,,  16, bvlr.fr sii roils, north ������nd iwu mlL^ 1!"   *  Nu''' UlWMW H'"th  miles west ot the south west corm-r ul  Nu 1 tbnnoe uoftb 81 obalos, tlenre  ,'ss 80 obalrs, the nut louth 80 ebtaiow,  t hence weit 80 ohaibi, to tlm puiu 101  c umeuceneut, oontiiuini (MQaorei,  mors or lets, GKOR0 B O, FRATT,  Nana ol Applioant,  Dsted Juce ft, 1910  I T,  1 . '"*���������' '**��������� Tartar M*m*l, ������*i,l ^mt,r,rt,g ,t|  i I**' t<>r������*klii  nit,  lurno fkiMlt In loa witn  nark.  l*������ rrl Ini >&,���������, Me\  I������,1   M. nil AN'.r.  LAND ACT.  Form No 9,  Form of Nonce.  Cu*������t l>i������irtci,  I list nr ml Kan tie-j.  TAKK NOTICE lh.I   \Mm   Shan  lion.ofIhHtun, otcu|������.itii,n tti*irf,l ������������������  ������������������"..mi, intends u������ inply f,,r pi-r,nt<i-.,,,n to  ���������Wrrl...<������������iheWli������*,n������ dm..Wi ,^n.u,   iiUlWOUIPK VOU TMK NKWH  t������,m,,ntnu*>| at  * |������*������m J*Ua���������.| . ,���������,   UNU O.VL Uul LAll A VEAH.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 0.  Form of Notice.  r-.i-i ,  t*i',;ti-i,-t Himir 1.  j TAKK NOTICK that JJ, rtrude Hot-  I land, 0' Vaneonw, 'fonpsiion, tnst*  I ri������d wontse, Intends to apply for prr  mission tn purchase the fallowlna d<>  jserlbfd landst Commi*t-olog at ��������� p'sf  nitRffd at tba north esstervrorroi >������.  111,   Mur thra* *i*ll*>������ north and   Itwt  m,|"S *������rst of tht������ H **" m ron td N'  1. tl,*r*ra north kVi rhai-tp, th*n*e������* ms'  |W������ ft* is ���������li"���������-*������a.,inn 8*) rh������ m,  i th-.f p* mm 80 rha'aa, trt th** '>r������i, t ������.*  1 <������������������ mntrt'-wsnent, ec,ut������i ilng 610 err***,  ���������11 re or It ���������>#,  ���������fiKRTBUDB HOLLAND  V*****! Applttiitl.  ������>.������������������.-��������� J������r������ 4 ��������� *, ID)������.  I  LAND AOT.  form No 9.  * i*j  ***" I  Form os tVotioe,  Oosat District, Rante I,  TAKE NOTIOB thar Data FtrgB.  son, of Vsocouisr, ocoopatino butehsr  inif-nds  to apply lor ptrmlssion lo  l>orohasr   tn������   1ont,*mia    otMiito-i  leortst���������Comnienclogai a post planted  near ili������ hescb at tbe fomtstat eorner  ol No 11, bailiff tiro i������il������a oortb and  three mll*s wost of fha snu.hwrst not.  rft of No l,thsriea north 80 ehelns,  thfmew'it 80 ohsins, tbenoa snntk  8������i ehsins, mote 11 l-a*������to ahnte fin**,  tb'fieo    esit   80   ehalas     along  "ttite Hiif " "Dint ot com man ram ant,  Q'-'ilatiiiioi' fJO seres, nrrra r*r Imi,  DAVB PERU Uf ON,  .lama ol Appiioaat,  DatH Jnna 6,1910  80 ohnlns, mora or Kss to shore Hoe, tl,e���������-  co oast 80 chums alotti* nurtUiTo buujulit y  of No. <iQ, tlienor uo, ta 80 onmns, thetio*  west 80 ohains, to ptiintot uommeutuiiiisit,  couiaimwB WO antes, mors n* leas.  KLIZAMBTUJANK SMITH,  ��������� .  . Name ol Appht'iuit.  Dute June Oth, 1010.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 0, Form of Ntttloe.  Cixut Untriut, Haugti 1,  TAKK NOTICK that David Dawson  Mller, of V������oeoa������w, 's-t-apttion, earji-n*  tsr, inttnda to apply for psriiihslnu topm-  ohsie thu foll,>������luM tlusorihed liudit-Oum  n,eiii*ing������t a post punt������a it t.nw .o���������vn  ���������ast corner ������f No. 1. tlunes north 80 chtms  thtaee ������*s*Jt 80 ohains, thtr.ee sooth 80  ohains thsoee west 80 ehalas, to point of  eoDimenesineut, eoutsinina tMUaBi.e mors  or l.as.  IMVn)D.tWMVMTMTR  ,     ,, Nsiuaol Applicant.  f������������'������l,Inns (Its. iaio.  iwrov w.tvp  BOOD PRINTING  FOR tSAI.B^-A ������������a iwtt.ml  hontteott half Int. For fnrtln-T Jiar-  tlwiUn ������pj^ at thU oflltv  * OU ������ALK--8mith  I'nni.iir  IVt-e-rrltet in  cw*rf or������W.   C-at  fi-ift.00 will mA\ tor SW.O0. At*.  iilVE US X TRIAL J fly tt tLieotlk*.. P ,.���������       ������     _     U*f+    -  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Farm of Notioe.  Coast District,  Range 1.  TAKE NOTIOE tbat William F. Smith;  ���������of Vancouver, oooupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following .'escribed lands:���������Commencing at a post planted at tbe north east oor.  '.er of No. 1, thence north 80 chains, thonce  east 80 ohain*, thence south 80 chains,  thence west SO chains, to point;' of co-mtn-  ���������������nveuient, containing 640 acres, more or  less, WILLIAM F. SMITH,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 9th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9, Form of Notiee.  Coast District,   Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that Margaret MoKiv-  >r, of Vanoouver, occupation, married wo  nan, intends to apply for psnnissioa to pur  iliitae the following described lands:���������Com-  neacing at a *jo������t plaatad at, the no, th tast  -oruer of No. 3, being two miles north and  >n������ mile tao. nf the south wost oorner of  *)'o. 1, thi-iicA tmr I, 80 chains, thence cast  (J otiaina, ili, no- tumb 80 chain*, thence  f03t 80 ohain-, ui tit*-, point of commence*  aeut, coDtai hk (i-10 ii.res, more or less.  IuA;tt.A..ETMcKIVOR,  Name of Applioant,  ^ated June 9 li   1310.  BEER    BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  BREWERY BEER  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -     -     FOB  SAXE  BY     -      ���������  WalworuVRolston Co.  ���������*���������*  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vancouver, B. C.  BOVRIL renovates  the blood and builds up  muscle and nerve. It is  good for children,  athletes and invalids*-*  good for all.  BOVRIL  LAAi/'ACT.  ���������'orm No. 9, Form of Notice.  Coast Dixt ict, Range 1,  TAKKNOT1CE n at Annie Higham, of  Vancouver, occupu,. u, married womau, in  ei ds to apply for permission to purchase  tbe following described kniia:���������Oomineuc-  itig at a poat planted at tho north east coi-  |'ier of No. 5, being three miles north aud  ne mile east of the south wtjet corner ol  li), 1, tbenee 80 chains north, theuce 80  'h������ius east, theuco 80 chains south, thenco  )0 chains west, to the point ot cciutuence-  nent, contiitning 610 acres, more or leea.  I ANNIE HICiHAM,  Name of Applicant.  [>ared Jun- 9th, 1910.  99  pffiQ  LAND ACT.   "���������   '  nn,No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast District, Range 1.   '  TAKK NOTIOK that Maggie Arm'strony  ���������. '*���������' v 'cot,������ev, occupation, married woma n  iti:i:d ��������� ia apply for yeniiUmiou to purchase  se foil*?-v.-i.-is desoribed  iands:���������Cotnmenc-  ;��������� .->t .:'<.-po*t planted a" tlte uorth eaat cor-  it *-.i No. 7. being four miles north and  *!i mile t*n<t of tht* south went corner of  )'<>. 1, thence north SO chains, theuce east  0 ch'ih'8, thonce south 80 chaios, thence  est 80 ubiins, to the pi-iitt of coniiiieiiuc-  leui;, containing 610 acres, more or lea*-,  MAGGIE ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applicant.  lited JuneOtli, 1910.  9*m  tap  0  B  ���������4  ������-*<  MH  9  0>  a  a  a  "3  a  ������  a  t  &���������  a  a s   _.*  ������o.g  Xoi a  ������*j -a ***���������  *> M ri  ���������J x w  3 ^ "S  AS O <&    S &  s       u  e Pt  2  -OS  j- - '*���������  **���������   ���������������  ��������� ���������  n  s.a  W\*\  SS   a* ..  ���������3*?  SB-a    .  ���������'' c^  H a at  Pi   2 v)  ' d 5 rr  ���������as -5 r"  .e v> -v  ������8 O  f s  -s +-*  a ���������  3 ������'���������  on *  c    .  DO'S  a  tJ  ���������-  r  p,  M  9  P.  O  o  S j?  ���������o  ���������  a  a  bO  B  ������������������  CO  c  hi  ���������fl  <  s  A  NOTIOE  Any^erson or persons, cutting,  removing or, taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiotln  Jelonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land  of the said Company, will b������ pros,  edited to tli������ full extent of the law.  W. i, COULSON,  Oeiiernl Manager,  Wellington Colliery Oo,y.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way cars of the Union flolliery  Company hy any person jr .per-  301)8���������except lain crew���������u* strictly  proh.'l">ted. Employees <-re sub-  ;ec to i-ismiKsal for allowing sam-  By order  W, L. COULSON,  General Man-tj^er.  tf\WL\ m CANADA  Always Hie same,  and  just as  )oil its ever. The ''Grand ���������Duke"  f  LAND ftKGI8TKY ACT.  J THE MATTER of nn -appiinn-  tio'.i for a Duplictvte CorliHcnle  of Title t*** pit it of Sect ion One,  Comox Diatriot  NOTICE le hereby given that it  ���������ny intention at the expiration  ���������)ii������ month from thftdwlo  of thn  t publication licieot to istnie h  pliciiiO Ci-rliflonie   of  Tit*e  ,ve laml imw\ to John Rapl'i������te  'i'linns on tlio.'lO'h day of July  0(1 and numbered 2275tt.  J. P. McLBOD,  Deputy Ufcgistritr Oenerul.  ^id Jiegimry Odice, Victorio, B.C,  b 13th day of June 1910.  -^^***>i^^^vy*N������v>tij|  ammmm������mnmmBmmmmm*aamammmrm������marmmMmmmmarama*mwmmam*mm  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  And all KITCHEN    UTENSILS  MOTOR^>  BlCYCliE  Bfl^GflirlS  Wo have on hatd at, the present time four t*pect������l bargains in  eecond-hand Motor Cyclet* as  foi  lows:  One Wolf 2 H. P. Price $100  One Wolf 2 H. P. splendid  condition Price $125  One P. N. <fc 3 H.P. good order Price $160  One Minerva 4 H. P. tires  worn, Price $100  Thos. PLIlVfLEY  uio Gov,t IStreet, Victoria, B.C.  l^tF" Opposite Spencers  Several snaps   in second-hautl curs  of diffeienl sizec*, olso kdies'  anu Oent'u .bicycle*.   ,  WATBR NOTICB.  NOTICB te hereby given that an  application will be made under Fart  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Divisi>n of  Comox District.  (a) The name of Company in full:  Comox Logging and Railway Company.  The head office: Fraser Mills, B.C.  The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up: $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) 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 fset.  (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    I   READY POR USE IN ANY QUALITY  1   For matin,* SOAP, loftrnins water, ������������. ���������  movinc o,3   Mint,  dUhifoctlnrr  i!nl<������, k  a   fslonoto  and dral*.* nndfci- many olhi*-  '   purpo.0..  Acttnoqu������U20II������i.SaIfiodt������  ,Sw/i/ Evtnwhtrt,  E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.  fc.D Toronto, Ont.  satisfaction ��������� Huy n **(.iraiiiJ  |keM and have satisfnetioii. Uu-  inntdo, liantl made,   una niitdo  in clear lluvana Killei',  The CoLirtenay Hotel  Every convenient**? for guests.  ThoCentinl Hotel for Sportsmen  None Iiui tho Hesi of Wine*i tmd Liquor*,  .tt ihe ltur.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston.    Prop  Sportsmcns Goods  and  Genera! Hardware  fVmt\������m+*lmaamty������mm*}  WATER NOTICB.  NOTICE is   hereby given that'  au  applicaWp^^iiyi_,be_made-under-Part  ���������^**^****** ���������***:*'*������������������ }V******** ������i  !  FAIRFIELD {  I��������� STORE ~*  ������ J. JACK,   Pbop.  <-j    A Fine Assortment of  <j     the Choicest Candies,  4      Fruits aud Tobacco,  ���������������    Vancouver Ice Cream.  ��������������� . ' i  I ���������        t  ������ Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland A  *emmmeeemwMT-*>lrer*m  9  ���������<e  %  I  %  9  9  9  *<>4>*t<>*<><>+<>*<>4e++4>e,*4,e  4}  t>  i>  i*  o  ������>  o  i*  te  o  IOR SALK���������A'Fprd Run-  [it Automobilo, 15-18 U������uw-  [or *t oyllutlei', nil Newly paint-  |icw tyoi'**. nnd Hvorythinj* com-  Ht-prloc S700.00,    Apply to  |i, Johnston, Courtenay Hotel,   ���������   0, Emtio Pipe -fitting aud  iTul rojiuiriii)*,  *t only is it a nice mild  ;e, but the -'Grand Dtike''  ir hrts nil those necessaty  liti*** whicli i������ive ������o ttmrb  faction lo the smoker.  |lv������rtl*'riti will confer a fuv<*r  rinKinn in Mieir ad**, tint Iuut  Afundny, ** this will *��������� nt*if������l������  ||iriitter������, to insert it in the  ii^iiuioti I hid foliuwii-j* Tun*  NUTFOR TO THB PUBMC.  Having built a Urge wnrelmnso ami mil  at Oourtena)', 1 will iu future ke-ap nn  hind afltoo'i of nil Idiitln of Hay, Grain,  nnd Komi at lowest mntkot inton. A  spi'oliilt.v will l���������, nindii of rullur urushotl  feedT*r Imi'ini-Nvliidliwill rnnkt* a mtvlnif  of Kiit) third in tits ooit ���������f Uo,\. Onlurs  tfivi*ii thu tciimster or hr phons will be  promptly lillsd, Thniilctno' ynu for your  p-tfr. pass iu tlic p<iHt and snllnl'liiff ������ omi  linn inueiif ths Biiuio on bnutUr linss, 1  beg to U'lul*-*  Y"ttrs to flomniniitl,  1IVRON CUAWPOUI).  p.  Dealer in  ALL KINDS OP  I Fruit, Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco.;;  Houora Ulock,  OUMIJERLAND, B.C.    ;���������  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Division of  Comox District.  (a) The name of Company in full:  Comox Logging and Railway Company.  The head oflice: Fraser 'Mills, B.C.  The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up: Capital $260,000 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   i8)    Unnamed   Creek,, flowing j tion "ns   authorize tbe proposed  ap-  through L. 42, Comox District. plication and works.  (c.) The point of diversion: About | (Signaturo) COMOX LOGGING AND  (i). If the water is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place where the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude befween  point of 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.     .      ���������  ��������� ...    ' ______  "TETpfhis notice was posted on the  28th day ot July, 1910, and application will he made to the Commin-  sloner on the 7th day of September,  1910.  1.) Givo the,, names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to  be affected hy the proposed works,  either above or below tho outlet:  Esquimau & Nanaimo Railway of  Victoria; Canadian Western Lumber  Co., Ltd., of Fraser Mills, B.C., and  O. Bristol, Sanwich, B.C,  Attach copy ot such parts of the  Company's memorandum of associa-  the place where the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return: At a convenient place -below the  Stoughton Fulls in the vicinity Outlet Brown River, Sections 10 and 14,  Tp. 9, Comox Dis! rlct. The point of  return is about 100 feet lower altitude than the point of diversion.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works:  None.  (k.)This notice was posted on the  27th day of July, 1910, and application will be made to the Commissioner on the 7th day of Sept-ember,  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 associa*  tion 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 As*  sociatlon 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 business oil ��������� ���������  * * 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'*'* * * .  \  1000 ft, above the Bridge at crossinj*  of Nanaimo Road and about 1600 ft.  above mouth.  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second) One  cubic foot.  (o.) The character of tbe proposed  worltB,* To ho piped for supplying  water to machinery to bo used in  conucctlon with Railway and Logging  operations.  (f.) Tbo premises on which the water is to bo iiBod (describe same): In  the vicinity of and over Company's  Right of Way and property in Comox  District.  (g.) Tho purposes for which tho  wntor is to be used: Industrial (supply! nt? water for machinery).  (h) 11 for irrigation describe the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage    ,.,,,,., ,,,,,.  (i.) If the watcrtls to be used for  powor or mining purposes doseribe  tho plnco where the water Is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and tho difference in altitude between  point of diversion nnd point of re*  turn   ,,,,.. ,,������,,,,,  ,..,<>,, ,i,  TTNTnw <���������*, ������ CO.. of R.C. L  M  \Vu>k-*������tul servioa between Vanoouver,  Niioni'tw, Union, Comox, hy the  sted (llyda hi*j*t>������������������"'*' "tyw  OtO  JOHN McLEODS  ror. Fii>i&v**wLAbt*>  (UKDY. FHP1TH,  iHliAKM * TOHAOC08  S.S.^UT-HtA  5?  I ** jf" ##*  Leaves v,^     ^j,,���������Saturday 8 pw  Arrives Nmfuimn, Saturday I'I pro  Arrives Union, Huudsy flam  Arrive* Comox,  flunrfny ������ s m  Ks'iirtiiutf:���������  /,e<l-.Y<* fouim, "-"uuiUy 4 p rq  Msvm Un-i.. Huudsy 8 tp m  ArnvM Nsunirt-Mt, HntxUy II pm  Arm** frtneouvor UamAay 7 mn  A i'i   in  rli***    \*uvi/<    ***** ������������������" 0,'fc* *" ****"***  f\U   111   uiu    i������r-������v->|������ry.H������nv'l������y*iMJr������i*������ii*t,rr.vii������ttf'1  's.    Try it.  ���������������*.  1WV.  NOTICB  Iwry Mmuiny mnt Tuetttiay I  will he in 'own to deliver Freiih  Butter mi1' all khids^fVegetable.**  Mini     ulfft       jw,l.if',(",; wilj  St'll l'ln*H(������.'  I'nn* Yhwk,  Stittdwick.  V.. C. ICiinK*, ������!i't*'.er  ii>   stoves  and MnvH-: ������1so plm������t^ii>f������  irnd  jrcuAN," t������wl wat*** <>* mt**r|������r,i Hi>k4|pipv fittini* and Rent-Mi repair  st I pm, co%M<ti..g wttit auamor     \^���������     j,,,,..,* ,\���������t,,��������� U)l t)It. Oliver!  Uskin, , I  |TypiW.-.itf.  I   (J.)Arc������ of Crown land intended to  i ha occupied by the proposed works*  None.  (k.'i Thlii notice was posted on the  27th day of July, 1910, and application will he mode to the Commissioner on the 7th day of Bept-tmher, 1910  (1,) Give the names nnd addresse-i  of any riparian proprlntors or licenses who or whose lands nr* Hkt-ily to  be effected by the proposed works,  i*lr*if<r s'tri"* -r ���������*,*.,��������� j,;,e ������������������uet,  Mrs, or Dr. MtU****,*, r-virtrna*', D.C,  Attach ropy of such parts of tbe  Company's memorandum of muMici*.  tion as author!*..* the proposed application and works.  f������i?niitws> roMoy ������*;^a:.v^ ASii  RAILWAY COMPANY  Oy A. D. McRae, Director,  (P.O. Address) Frassr Mill**. Tl.C.  Ritract from thn Act of the fomot  Lofrlnr; nnd nnllwsy Companv att*  thorliln*** *ha pronoartt ttppttratton  nn*1 forV'-';  Rnh-i*****������<**i* fa\ of *WM<--ri s, o* fhr  Comrtic 1 o-wrlnp nnd R/tilwey Com-  pjnir Art ���������  "(r.) T<> atnH, unpjv for, *r>ii'r������hit#*������  "m*   rtharwtam   *?*���������(*, ������r*>t#r  en*  ���������'���������������������*������r t***>rAm    ������������*   ���������-,   mi'a**    *r,fl  '���������������i*rrt*t **������     t*������   rt"h*"   fMP'",  ***���������**���������** WVlI-r,-.* ������>f m fw������*������������r    f*m\'  ������*an<r mtitmr T**rt IX f f tha '"W-t*r  ..,,,   .. ,.-    st������ntorjr modlfira  "Hon tttrwf."  RAILWAY COMPANY, LTD.,  By A, D. McRae, Director,  (P.O. Address) FrRser Mills, B.C.  EXTRACT    from   the Act of th������  Comoxi Logging and Railway    Company authorising the proposed application and works: *���������  Sub-section (e) of Section 8 of the  Comox Logging and Railway Company Act:*-  "(e) To stake, apply for, ptirchnis  "or otherwise ncnulre water nml  "water records, and to enjoy and  "exorcise nil the rights, powers,  "and privileges of tt power ' com-  "pony under Part IX of tho "Wn*  "tor Act," or nnv statutory modi-  "flcation thereof."  WATMR NOTIOB.  NOTIOB it hereby given tbat an  application will be inmio under Part  V. of tbe "Water Act, 1909," to oh*  tain a liconso In the Division of  Comox District.  (a.) The name of Company In full:  Wellington Colliery Oo., Ltd.  Tho bond oflice: Victoria, B.O.  The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up: *2,000,000 divided  Into ������0,000 shares of 1100,CO each,  fully paid up,  (If for mining purposes) Free Minor's Certificate No   (b.) Tbo name of Inks, atream nr  sourer, (if unnamed, tbe description  lo): Puntledgo River,  (e.) The point nf diversion: At ft  point above tho Falls on tbe Punt*  ledge River, Comox District.  (d.) Tho -(iinntltv of w,**i>r spr''*''  for (in euhle feet per t-eeond*)* 1WKV  vi;.j ihe character of the propos-ftd  works: Generating plant, power  work**, and electric works and plant  and  other    mnchitsery   and eouven  lonffS necst-nr? for rirofli-rlnt* now*-"  tl.) The premises on which ths w������  ter Is to he used (des-i'lh* sums): On  and in "l������lnlty of thn W������*||ln-**k*.n Col*  Hsry <Vmp������nv*s I������td. property  and  holdlntrs In Como* District.  (g.i Tf,* pnr*"**s's on whl'h ������������������*��������� w-  t-r It to le tisrrt. O *t>rr.������|ng rlrrtrir- j  *���������*- nn-f oth-*-* nflw-T f'-r ������!���������������������,  '���������"st, I  ,,*ir, o'**T������t,r*i of ***ntr'irt*( #rtf "*,*s |  ������*i *n������-*"������������rt of Ml ������������������ir*** aa*. yatt  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dciv or week.  For particulars apply to-���������-  J.B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G.LI. WOOD, MasterPhone 44,. Comox,B. C.  I  ���������i  Seeds  OP l'lVKKY KIND, in nny  qnnntity, by the "-ftokHgto o<  ly tbo pound.  Ornamental Siir  Fruit Trees  Uio 11. 0,  (Jrown to suit  uliniste.  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  760 (Iranvillft Hrrttst  P. O,   JJoji  1008  VAN'-OOVBIl. B, 0  ���������II" MS'  ���������mni'i wvamjenmr r .-���������*������  iil'lii*-iM."l ri,*f*:,i,*  Uo,.      II w.    ,   .  FOI I HlvNT  Ap|il(v Mi*. 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KOOHrYnr.   SUfXC^. 19Ctt.  HpffKo wiitit,  ���������AM������Lt OOI������V Mil.  ri������Mifout*riiHft.w.(w\  i sn-t***.        ffiUiKRti*.  f-- ^ si��������������� esisj mt.main**  ,1  M THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  My Double  A Girl Gradual* S.sa H.rt.ll In  Another Body on Thra.  Occasions.  By  DONALD   WALLACE.  Copyright, 1S10, by American Press  Association,  I remember well the night I received  m.v llrst shock.   1 received another litt-  erthut affected rue'wore thutt this one.  but iu n different, way.   The ttrst wus !  in the nature of a surprise; the secoud !  was u terror. j  I vvtts but eighteen at the time and !  was   going   homo  to   my   uuut.   with i  ���������whom 1 lived, having jintt tluislied my i  education.    The journey   wus a  long !  one, and I had somewhat broken dowu  niy nerves from hard study.   I did uot !  like to slay overnight at a hotel alone. !  but did' not feel like taking a sleeping ;  car.    1   was lather a  timid girl auy-  ���������way and had not been used to going  about without a protector. !  I  reached rite hotel about 9 o'clock  nnd  went  Iinii'iedimely to bed and to ,'  ���������sleep.   I was awakened In the night by ;  a noise ln the hall.    Several persons ';  passed hurriedly and were tnlkiug rapidly.    1   have always  beeu afraid ot  tire, especially fit a hotel.   I got our of  bed. went to (he door and opened it :  At that roouieut I received my nrst  shock.  Standing ln the open door of the  room directly opposite mine stood a  girl In her nightdress'peering out nnx-  lously, jusf as I was doing, 'i'be corridor was lighted, and I could see ber  plainly. The marvelous feature was  that she was myself. There was not  the slighrest difference- between us.  We were both in night dresses, the hair  of both was worn in a braid hangltt-g  down the back, and ber face and figure  were replicas of mine.  Botb gave a little scream of surprise,  ~and''botlrdretv-t/a('k-!nto-our_re8pet,tl,ro_,  rooms.   1 shut my door and groped tny  ���������way to my bed.   All thought of dan- *  ger was put out of m.v head in this re- j  markable apparition of my other sett.    j  Tbe physician tn charge of the sern- i  Inary 1 bad attended had warned me  that If I did not give up study I would  break down     Hut. desirous or being i  graduated  with the class ns well p.*1  ut the bead ot it, l had disregarded his  wnrning.   Now, It seemed to me, I was  paying the penalty of my obstinacy, j  My tutnd must be giving way.   It wus i  long past midnight wheu I bethought ;  myself that on opening my di������or I must  buve looked  Into a  large mirror.    L j  would have, got mil of bed nud satis- ;  fled myself or this, but feared to tlnd  the contrary, and If I did I would not  got any moro sleep.   So I comforted ',  myself with the assurancetltttt I would  in tho iimming Unci a mirror opposllo  ray door and dropped Into slumber,       i  1 wus culled early for the train, aud '  when 1 left my room looked for the  mirror,    Alas,  thero  was no mirror  there, but a door Just as I had seen It  In the night.   I I.nd no Unit, io uuike ,  Investigations, needing to go down to *  brenUrnst and to tho stiitltm,  By the ml vice of my physician 1  spent July ami AiigiiHt iiui, summer in  tlio sen shore, Ity September I wus  imu'li improve,! itnd spent tlio intuitu  in tbo mountains. This restored tny  lionltli. but diil not relieve mo of nit  uncanny feeling ai having won myself  or my other self at tho holol during  tny homeward Journey, Two years  passed dui'liig will,*!) I find gniiluiilly  driven llm matter out of tny tiiliid when  I saw the vIkIoii ngnlii,  Singularly enough, I snw It under  rliTiiiiiMtiiiico'' somewhat similar to  those coiiiiei'it'd wlili Its llrcil appear-  nuco. It wiih tlio second Hiiiniiier after  tlio one during which It hml tlrsi up-  poured to tne, hen I was nt ������������������  Spring**. II,'. ��������� um In an extension ,  of n lintel, 'ii lug another extension,  Ono niiirnliii. ���������u arising I went n, n  window, i*,i��������� I'n',',' at ������ii���������i!i,'f window  In thu oilier <*��������������������������� tension HtutHl my don*  lilo, Wo were 1ml li, as before, In tilgliP  drosses and worn our hair plitlti'd on  our backs.  Nothing poulil luivo Induced ins* io  room In ut ilia, in'ii'l fur iiuutlier day  I wns wllh friend* itnd ftm-prised iliett,  by uniiiiiiiifliiu tlinf I would leave by  tlio litixt trnlii. J'hey wntuli-reil, et-  jiostuliitcl. |,li'ii'led. but It, nu purpose.  Ono of llii'in, ii girl nf in,v own nu-*'.  with whom I wns very liiilii>iit>������, begged uio t��������� tell MT why I it,is leaving  und what wiih the iniiin-r with tue. lm  It wus plain Umt I hail rei-ehcd il  shock of xnti������������ Html, 1 would ,i'*i havo  told hit lm ,n<- ,.wi.������i . .,..1.;.. ! '���������'���������'  /,.;) .-j' _,  , :,,��������� , ".*  mv ,ilH'"ti't,ttt   ami I  WlKlltd  1*1 ''Off,III   hllll ll** S'lKII IIH  |HW*  Hll.ilo. I wits sure Hint; I *.iiffi't'i'd fruiu  home liiud of iiii-iilul IiumLiIuwii, ami  1 only li'ipeil that ho wnulil Innl men in  to hitch, iim iirnuifH"*,  Ut,   ri'lllillllli  lie-  i n>   i   *'lii   >'���������*<   '.,'������������������������  to com,, lo me at mn e nml told bill) ol  tills at-vond vl������l,������,i of t���������)������*'lf lie tried  id it'iiHstire uie tiy lellliiu uie ili.il I bud  noon funic ow* wiu������ looked very nkt  ino. I refined tu be eoutforicrt. I bad  wot*n myself ������r my remit c,iiiiiu*rparf.  ! I old .,,i������i ','.. i' ' ;.'.,��������� ,-��������������������������� "' I***" ii"'i"  flojli nml bli������i'l ii.iilil tin i'li,-ieltv rwm  hia ii.* ii:! rb i' I I "1 ***" "f'-'cr nt ������������*���������������������>  iitiisiii*. Mi fur n-> I l.in'tv ititiHlcx. if  litis vt~iiiiii were ti rent |ier*><iti I would  dm**' li**l in ,������ itlfl.'t.til dn-������������ trusii ins  own. I be diwior ������������.|������li,lti.d tlilv t,>  *������.vl������i! ilitil n* I Innl st-t-ii* tier si iilgbi  find In tl,������* ������',irl,*. iitorniu-t I ���������i.,i���������l rntt  iinttl-t m** Ut lu tin* ifri''-< ' "*-*' my  *������>lf. t������*,l, of n������ wcrttm itiuhigowns  ) iHirt lo.oii-iil.t tlii*. within the limit  ���������>r i-nlii. I'lfti* ������������������. tint tt wits l*un������*wlbl������  t,������r n,t- t������> ������>"������l������*f fhsl iw,������ fwteom  KilttM   tn   m,   idiltUdi   M   ������|-(t������Hltaei  that they should meet twice and both  times see each other in a nightdress.  No; 1 had seen this vision first nt n  time wheu tny physician hud warded  uio thut i was breaking down. ] bad  beeu overstrained. What had 1 been  strulnlug? My-mind; therefore It was  uiy uilud that had beeu giving way.  This rettppeurauee Of the vlstou would  naturally deuote that my mind was  again giving wuy. 1 shuddered, I  snw myself coullned lu a lunatic asylum, it meutal wreck.  My frleuds to whom tuy malady became known used every argument to  disabuse my mind, twine of tbem assuring uio thut my vlslou wns a real person closely resembling me. Others  averred Unit people iu a disordered state  of the system were liable to see till  sons of things. A ineosopulst declared  that I had seen my spiritual self at  moments when lt bad been lifted out  ot my bodily self. To this person I replied that when I had seen the vision  j was very well fixed In my own body  I consulted two specialists In bruin  diseases, one of whom told me a great  deal about the cerebrum, the cerebellum, lite dura mater and other substances of which Jthe brain Is composed and their reciprocal relations,  nothing of which I understood. The  other told rue that 1 was myself producing an image of myself. He admitted that tbe first vision might have  been caused by a disordered system.  His advice was for tne to drive the  matter out of my mind. Occupation  and amusement wouid assist me to do  this.  Voting Dr. Penrose did more to reassure me thnn any one else. While  he did not claim to explain my trouble,  be fold me that it was of no importance. He pronounced me In excelleut  health and assured me that a time  would come when 1 would look back  on tny fears as entirely uncalled for.  It was not so much bis words tbat reassured me as his personality. He  bad such a cheerful and at the same  time sympathetic manner. He evidently believed what he told me. Since tie  was the only person who couid reassure me I made frequent visits to bis  office and found every excuse to call  for him to come to my home. The result was a/ love affair. Whether his  -reassur.ajx.-a^Lfjfei'jt^^  little god tiad from the first wounTled"  me or whether 1 loved blm because he  gave me comfort no one else could  give l don't know:  1 engaged myself to Dr. Penrose in  the spring, and that autumn 1 came  of age. I knew 1 was to be paid some  money when I was twenty-one which  hud been in the hands of a trust company. Whether it had been left me by  my father or my mother 1 did not  know. 1 bud no remembrance of either  of my parents. 1 hud lived with tny  nunt ever since I could remember anything nnd had understood from her  that both tny father and my mother  had died whon I wus very young. I  hud urrnnged to be married as soon  after I camo of ngo as 1 could get possession of my property. My tlnnce was  a struggling physician, with nothing  but his Income from his practice, und  we needed tny inheritance.  A few days before I was twenty-ono  1 was notified by tbo trust company  thnt any time I would call on or after  thnt date, prepared to sign receipts, ray  property would be turned over to mo,  but tbey would llko me to name u duy  nnd hour I woultl be there that thoy  could have present such pentons ns*  might be iiPPOHsary. I replied that I  would mil at the hniik nt 2 o'clock  on the ufiertioon of tlio day I cuuie of  age.  1 hnd come to rely on Dr. Penrose  for mutters of Importance, und as wo  were to be pinri-led within n few  weeks nfter celling possession of tny  fortuno I nsl'i'il lilm to accompany me  to the linn It nnd see Hint nothing wns  dnno that should not he done. On thn  tiny nppulnietl we went together to tho  trust company, wero received by one  of the iiftieor-i connected with It ami  shown Into u room tvlipro wo wero  flskerl to wait n few iiilrillH'S, Presently wo wet'i' iiHtit'it'il Into an apartmoiit  In tho t'l'tiit'i* ���������t which vvusn long table,  'i'tiore, Btiiiiillns, on the opposite side ���������f  the tiiblo, was the apparition I hml  seen twice before. I MtiigBennl, !>r.  IVnnwii citiiiilii mo nml nIinhIIwI me,  ' "My double!" I moiitii'd, slitittlng  out tiiu apparition,  The doctor saw whnt I snw-n girl  the exact Imago of tuysolf, but diimHctl  differently.  "("ond!" lie cried. "If flint Is yonr  double you tutvo boon frightened tit ������  real person."  A gnntleiiinn presnnt wctl-fl:  "I iim told that you two young Indies  nepd to l>������ infrodiirtt!. Von nro twin  sisters mid Inherit shnro nml ulniro  alike In the estate nf Wilbur l.nngfortl,  ho lh bt'ltig lil������ daughters nnd liPlrs,"  My **l"tur un seeing tne bad shown  ;!,., .,'���������"' i'-t'V>'"'������ nf ������htvlf its tnvst'lf.  Wt* looked nt nncb othpr for somo mo-  nietiiM; then Imlli stnrtttl wild out, m  curd around tlio (ablo und met in uu  ! uuibrace.  ot ihnl domestic trouble whlrli sop-  nnnwl onr parents, one tutting my sis-  ,, ,    ;!,.   -.'!.."   '���������"���������"������'*   nt itiolr ������nlme.  : ,|ti,*iit early il������uti-our nmjlior of a  broken heart-It Is not nw������������i,*;,ry llmt  I Khoiild give nn account here. My  sister innl myself hnvlttg Iippii bronuht  up sepitvntflly. Oto irilKlWH were ln-  stiii* ted to bring us together when  *v. ,*mm ot nuo and received mir In*  lierttitlH'O,  Ir <*',������ some time twf'W tny twin  ntul tny-elf <?oul,| be lor,, apart in  order tjtni we might al(pi p-iper* *\\xmd  <,���������i mt lltf tal'li* ������o receive onr *������lcnn-  lures. ,Tlie hnslm^s having i������*,.*i tin.  |.������'i->rt, ������������������������*������ left fh*������ bant* with onr arm.  h1i������ih e������,i}|, ������*h***r*s ***-*l������*. filing nt  unt oTrmrlmneae attar otir iwti former  meetings, gjif. too, hnd suffered, tint  nothln** Mif* in*fii������Mf, ���������<*������*������ tbe f������tt tun  ; I waa a real parson.  , At my w-HMI-ff ���������JF eel? attefldaM  vat my meter.  ANAEMIA^VICTIMS  Can Find New Health in Dr.  Williams' PinR Pills.  Anitcmia is simply a lack of blood  It therefore follows that the correct  treatment for anaemia is one that in-  crearfcs the blood supply. That is really tlic only treatment that can possibly Ik* successful. The symptoms  of ttiiiicniia are easily recognized  I'aleut'ss, listLtssness, the failure t,f  food to nourish, hCmlitchos and often  in women and girls backache, faint-  nes.s antl palpitation of the heart. To  restore the blood supply to its normal  quantity and quality Dr. Williams'  I'ink Pills can be recommended with  confidence. Kirst because they are  known to have cured thousands cf  anaeniic people���������the highest possible  .recommendation,. Secondly, thoy ac  lually contain the ingredients that  combine with the food and oxygen to  make rich, rod blood, without which  no man, woman or growing boy or girl  can he healthy.  Mrs. I-'. M. Bell, Red Deer, Alta.,  snys:���������"When 1 came to Alberta some  years ngo. a young girl, 1 had heen  suffering for a couple oi years from  anaemic blood. Doctors had done  everything for me that could be done,  but to no purpose. The doctors said I  could not live, hut that a change of  climate might prolong my life, so lny  father brought me io Alberta. For a  short time I did seem to improve, but  .soon become ns- bad, if not worse than  before I left Ontario. I could not  walk upstairs, walk on the street, or  stand in n room for more thnn a few  minutes without fainting. Life was n  burden and I di<l nit care whether 'I  lived or not. nnd bad given up hope  of getting better. It was at this time  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were brought  fo my attention, and a sunply was got  for me. After I had used the second  box I thought I felt some hetter, and  I continued taking the Pills until I  h'arl used nine or ten boxes, when I  f'lf like a new person. T could walk,  ride a bicycle and skate without the  dreadful pains in my limbs I had be.  fore, exoerienced, and in every way I  was enjoying better '"-enlth than over  before in my h'fe. Now, whenever I,  feel the need of a *o"ie T turn nt once  to Dv. Williams' Pink Pills, and I am  constantly recommending thorn to'iriy  friends."  Sold by nil medicine dealers of bv  ���������m ail���������a4^0_cents������^a^o^_o,r_^ixJ2QM,  for $9,50 from T**e Dr "Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville^ Ont,  HIBERNATING ANIMALS.  the  The   Lethargy   ot    .Vnter   and  Awakening In Spring.  Tbe sleep of hibernation is a very  rtiflea-ut mutter from the sleep of i������-  pose-, lf it be complete,, respiration  can no longer be detected. A torpid  bat when disturbed will heave a sigh  or two and, being left alone, again to  all appearances cease to breathe.  Submerged in water of a temperature slightly higher than his own, the  hedgehog not only continues to live,  but appears to suffer neither inconvenience nor harm. Inclosed in an  air-tight receptable, bis atmosphere  undergoes a change so slight that it  affects him slightly, if at all.  But circulation does not cease. As  respiration diminishes tbe irritability  of the muscles of the heart increases,  and thus without the stimulation of  oxygen, although much more slowly,  the heart continues to beat. In the  absence of the fresh air drawn into  the' lungs in times of activity, un-  cleansed and unreinvigorated and  venous blood passes on to fill tha  whole system of circulation.  A profound lethargy ensues, distinguishable from death only by the  alight beating of the heart. The waste  is very small. The fat accumulated'  during the plenty of summer and autumn supplies ull expenditure until  the coming of spring, when earlier or  later tbe hibernating animal, havin*-  no capital in, reserve, begins to suffer the pangs of hunger, in response  to the demand respiration very slowly  increases. His oxidized blood flows  more quickly, and his energy returns.  Then the bat flies forth once more  from the hollow tree in the wood to  find the warm dusk teeming witli insect life, and the hedgehog conies, it  may be, from the cavity undor tlic  gnarled roots below to find beetles,  worms and slugs once more among  tlio spring-grass.  .Hibernation has saved both from  death by starvation, but if their nooks  had not beou snug aud wisely chosen  they would not have been preserved  from death by frost.  The hiding place also must be secret and free from intrusion, for tfiu  hibernating animal cannot bear to b������  suddenly roused. Even the little .dormouse, whioh conies out at intervals  to feed, when in deep sleep must b������  carried indoojs to the warmer temperature of a room or revived by the  heat, o������ the hand passing through the  nest. He then wakes refreshed and  Jji!L-0f acily_h2*Vbut he does not sur-  'vive~too~haity an awalreili"iigr~~~   The Doctor's Answefs  By  Dr.  Lewis Baker. '  The questions answered below are general in character; the symptom*- or diseases are given and the answers will apply to,any case of similar nature. These  wishing further a 'vice free, may address Dr. Lewis  Baker, Coll g- BI Ic, College���������Ellwood Sts., Dayton.  Ohio, enclosing s lf addressed envelope for reply. If  unabte to obtain ny of the drugs mentioned of your  regular drug^-si, go to some prominent large retail drug  store which is sure to be well stocked  **-***������  K.'O. M.v���������A lotion said to bo excellent for making the eyebrows grow  is as follows: Sulphate of quinine 5  ���������jrains, alcohol 1 oz. Mix. Moisten a<ul  rub twice daily. 2. Write, giving full  particulars, of your female otisoruurs  and 1 will answer you privately.  Frank Mc:���������There is no doubt about  you needing a good prescription for  ihe kidneys and bladder. Such eymp-  j tomsv as painful, irequent, uno'on-  ! trollable urination, varied by a scanty  flow and pain in bladder regions, pain  in small of baok, etc., are indicative  of the need ot a good tonic and cleansing agent. Try this, and you will iind  the relief you desire; Fl. ext. buchu  1 oz., comp. fl. balmwort, 1 oz., syrup  sarsaparillii comp. 4 oiss. Mix and take  a teaspoouf-'l before or after meals  and one at bedtime. Drink plenty of  water between meals, and little liquid  of any kind at meals.  Dyspeptic:��������� i'es,     I    consider       necessary in a case of extreme thin,  ness like yours:���������Formula-. Tincture  of cadomene comp. 1 oz., (not cardamom), glyceiine 2 ozs., rosewator 3  ozs., borax a teaspoonful. Mix, apply  twice daily, rubbing and maasnging a  tablespoonful each time until completely absoibed, Then wash with hot  water and soap, dry, and massage  with olive oil or sheep tallow. Then  have the following prescription filled;  Compound syrup of hypophosphites 6  ozs., tincture cadomwie comp. 1 oz.,  compound essence cardiol 1. oz. Mix,  shake well and.-take .a teaspoonful before, meals if appetite is not good and  after meals if it is. Also a dose at  bedtime. This makes a fine invigorating tonic and is perfectly harmless,  no matter how long used.  A. C. K.:���������The best treatment for  blood poison, acquired or inherited, is  simple, but to be effective must ba  used for eight to twelve months, and  have a chronic case of dyspepsia and sometimes longer.    You  know  what  suggest you try the following: .i*,sse..ce  of'pepsin 3 ozs., syrup of ginger 2 ozs.  and comp. c-ssonee cardiol T oz. Mix  and take a teaspoonful before or-after  ftach meal and one at bedtime if necessary. Eat more moderately and abstain from heavy, starchy foods and  pork.  M. M.-���������\ popular and successful  beauty specialist used the following  formula for years to assist the development of bust,, arms and neck. It  is usually very effective especially  when au internal tonic, and nutritive  is used in conjunction as would be  caused the trouble, and now that the  severe stage is past, you can safely  use this prescription: Syrup trifolium  comp. 4 ozs., comp. fl. balmwort 1 oz.,  comp. cardiol 1 oz. Mix, and take a  teaspoonful after each meal and one  at bedtime. You can if you wish obtain the ingredients and mix them  yourself.  M. .1.:���������A fine laxative cough syrup  is made as iollows: Aromatic cascara  1 oz., comp. cardiol 1 oz., and syrup of  white pine oomp. 4 ozs. Mix, Take a  teaspoonful a to 10 times daily or as  needed.  I Sometimes  |    Client���������Can   a   man's   character  be  'judged from his handwriting?  !    Lawyer���������Ye.s, if his letters are read  ! in court. ...  |    "The grief for  the billiard  wizard  (wheedled is general and sincere."  I". "Yes; he never allowed his game to  ]_l^f2_m_th<^_juoving pictures."  Soiked His dun  Mr. Fling���������Is there anything more  disgusting than gossiping woman?  Mrs. Fling���������Yes, n gossiping man.  As a vermicide tlie'-e is no preparn-  lion that pctuals Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator. It has saved the  lives of countless children.  Contentment may he better than!  riches, but you can't buy a square i  meal with it, i  Clean Stomach,   Clear   Mind.���������The;  stomach is the workshop of all vital  'functions and whon it gets out of:  order the whole system clogs in sym-j  . putliy.   Tho spirits flag,   thn   mind;  ���������droops ami work becomns Impossible j  The first care should ho to restore j  healthful action of tho stomach find  .the best, preparation for th'H purpose  is Parmelee's Vegetable Pillf*. Genera! j  use for years has won them n lentl-i  ,ing place in  medicine.    A trial will!  i nMost their value. j  ! Explained j  May���������She hurl no trouble pulling the:  wool over his eyes. !  .Madge���������T suppose that accounts for  his sheepish expression,  Of Fighting Stock.  It is fifty-eight years ago since Admiral Sir '-'dward Seymour, who, having attained his seventieth birthday,'  is compulsorily retired from- the ac,  tive list of the royal navy, joined as  n midaiiipman at the age of twelve.  ,He comes of a fighting family, fur his  .grandfather was created a baronet tor  many gallant notions during the great  'war with France, lt was one of lu.s  uncles too, Hir Michael Seymour, who  commanded the Fleet in the Chine.-o  waters at the outbreak of the secou.i  China, war in IH5U, in which war fcir  Fdwurd, us a midshipman, served  with distinction. He was badly  wounded in J-JJO while rescuing an  Kiigiish vessel from pirates iu tin,  Congo River, and in 18(30, as a matt,  iu Ciiimi, he earned (lie Civil medal  of the Roy nl Humane Society for his  gallant, effort to stive the life of a mn-  nuo who bad fallen ovorboard.  The Oil for the Farmer.���������A bottle of  Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in tiie farm  house will save many a journey for  the doctor. It is not only good for  the children when taken with colds  nnd croup, and for the mature who  suffer from pains and aches, but there  are directions for its use on sick  cattle. There should always he a  i bottle of it in the house.  Little Known Facts  A dog has 42 teeth.  Ivory doubles in price every few  years.  The first almanac was printed in  Hungary, in the year 1470^  The United States leads in the num.  ber of patents issued each year.  State of Ohio, City ri Toledo,  -Ijueus-Gounty-i  "He was awfully nervous when he  proposed."  "So were yon until he did so, were  you not, dear?"  The man who agrees with everybody  soon gets 'the reputation of having  good judgment.  Feminine bounty is the knack a girl  has of knowing how to look pretty  when she isn't.  Frank J. Cheney-makes oath that he  is senior partner of the firm of F. J.  I Cheney & Co., doing business in the  j City of Toledo,,   County    and    State  j aforesaid   and that said firm will pay  | the  sum  of  ONE HUNDRED  DOL-  LARS for each    and   every   case of  Catarrh that cannot be cured by the  use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.  FRANK J. CHENEY.  Sworn to before me and subscribed  in my presence, this 6th day of December, A.D. 1880.  A. \V. GLEASON,  (SeaD Notary Public,  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern.  oily, and  acts directly on the blood  and mucous surfaces of the system.  Send for testimonials free.  F. ,1. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0,  Sold by all Druggists. 75c.  Take Hull' Family Pills for constipation.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc j  There's  always  lots of other folks;  you kin In* sorry for 'stend of yourself.:  ������������������ Mrs. SViggrf,    i  8mnrt Churchmen  Dihhli'���������Why did you vestrymen tnu]  gage a fnt rector? ]  "Fut men are short winded."  How,���������','!��������� it he, it seems to rue  'Tin only iiubli* to be good.  Kind lit'-irls are niim* tluin comimts,  And simple faith tluin Nonimn blood  ������������������Tennyson.  Pit Boy to Sheriff.  ' Tho sheriff of Nottingham, Councillor Thonuis Ward, who was recently  presented by the members of the Noi-  tjngjiam lio-irj ol Guardians with an  illumuiated address, has had a most  nmiantii! t/aruor. Air. Ward, who i.������  fifi.y.U'.u years ut ago, mis born of  liUiiible parents, his father homg u  framework knitter, and was sent to  Nottingham VVorkhoiicu School. For  some, tune h������ worked in a Nottingham  coal-pit, and who/i eighteen, owing to  a strike at the colliery, ho obtained  a UovorrtmiMit free passagu to Australia, where lie worked in tin, gold-  fields. Returning to NoUiugaiuii  ubuut, thirteen mouths later, in l������77,  ho secured a position as u porter in  H yeast factory, and by his industry  and devotion to duty lie became sales-  mint, then partner, and eventually  owner of the business and factory.  i Minard's  Liniment Cures Distemper,  "Now, confess, MeBride , do you  I hold your wife on your lap as much  ' now ns when you were first married?"  'asked Bnrlow. "Well, Barlow," re.  , plii'il McBritle, "to tell the truth, 1  . believe she sits on mo rnther more  : now than 1h,m."  "What were you and Mr, Smith talking about iu the parlor?" .demanded  Miss Pilushe's mother,  "Oh,  we were tlisoussina our kith  Ittnd kin," replied the young Indy.  i    "Yeth,  you  wath."  interposed  her  i little Hs'tor.   "Mr. Thmith risked yon  i for a kith nnd you timid 'You kin.' "  He���������"My teeth are aching awfully."  She���������"You must have left them out  , iu a droughty place,"  ! Work is under way far the first Wo.  I motive ever built in Chile, the first  ; of un order of five for the govern-  '. ment,  An hour glass is mndo siniillest in  the middle, It shows tin* wolst of  lime.  You will find, us you look buck upon  your life, Hint tin* moments that stand  out--tiie liniments   when   ynu   hnvtt  really lived-nre tin* ttumients   when  vou linvi, done thing* in a spirit **,f,  love,    As tiii'titi-iry   semis   the   oust,  above nml beyond all tin* transitory!  pleasures  of  life  there leap forwur,t;  thus,* supreme hours when you hnvo  been   clllllilcil   (fl  ,l���������   tllinntleeil   kind-;  Metises to    those    rotiiiil    nliouf.   you,  things too (rifling to speak about,'but  which yon feel have entered into your:  I'ti'iniil life. H<i,ry Pniiiiiiioiiil.   '  f,  Within little more than n century  'J.ftOtl.OOn acres of shifting sand dimes I  ntul disease hreeding miii'shes in  Friiuee hnve been tnrtde productive,  ami healthful hy the intelligent cultivation of j,in** (ort'sts.  Mm   t* *������,,,|i,,in,iio.i,> /       V*.,i     ,'.1,   I  \-.\   'i     '''-,!"'   viilf",  before  wo  were1  ni'irrieil" ,  Ho-"Well, I admit   it's   metallic,  Mill." I  DODD'S '  KIDNEY  /PIUS  Tht Blue of 8spphirei.  Star MinpbiTi's itre generally of n  rnyish blue tint, and tin, star is ex-  .libitutl in its greatest perfection when  looked at by tne light of tht, sun or u  candle. Die sifppbiro is found ol ull  tints and shades ol bluo, but the color  which appro.*'iiiuil.es to Um* shade for.  niorly en Hml "bleu do rol" is tin,  most viilunbli), A really lino sap-  nil I re should appear bhu, by iirtilleial  light a., well as by day, This stone  is found in crystals generally of mueli  larger si/.e tlitip tho ruby, The iihiiic  -m't'dii'i* is perhaps On, only ono  which runs through all languages  with very slight altera tion���������tho lie-  brew iiaiiiu Mtpphir, the Chitlda ,-.,ipir-  ifiuii, tht; Greek uitllros, the bttin  sappliirus, ete,  They Saw Things,  A remarkable development occurred  in eoitiieetinu with the death of William Henry Hulsnianii, u dentist, of  J* *..'... !,,   ;,    .;   *-*���������'��������� i!'     ���������*.   !���������' bo  wii* stilted nt ,u, inquest to have tiled  Irom a morphia ami atropine tuit-t"  tion, Tli,.< liutenil was ar/augi'i), but  wa* iM>Kt)MUieil on account of alleged  evidences ol lile. The body, which  hml bi't'ii In the eollln, was suited to  have ���������flianpi-d color,' the face arid lins  /.'IIP I tl'lli,t lii'i'iiiiim*,' |i,i,h, ,*,,, ,-,,.  were called in attd niter tt tttnrmtffh  test eirtill'tl tin- mail ,'tiite dead, attributing the .MippoM'd cluing,, in  color Ui imagination.  "Give the devil his due," lie riiId,  "I'm willing to," she smipped, "hut  voii'rc in pretty good health, ntul he'll  lutve to wait."  ! Ths Pill That Leads Them All.--  . Pills are the. most portable nnd com-  'poet of all medicines, nud when easy  i to hike are the most ncceptuble of  preparations, But they must attest  - their power to be vopulnr, As Parmelee's Vegetable Pills nre the most  i popular of nil pills thoy must, fully  i meet all requirements. Acourntply  j compounded nnd composed of ingredi.  : ents nrnven to ho effective in regulftt-  ing the di-restive organs, there Is no  ' surer medicine to bo hml nny where,  Fooled His Dud First  Campus Clinm���������J hope your gov-nor  i will tuk*, vou in when you git home.  "Well, if there's anything iu reel-  jproeity he ought to,"  THE  | Standard Article  RssJy for tu* ia say  qutatity.  Uisful (or Civs  husdrid pursom.  A 'it* '-jutl* 20 Ik  SAL SODA.  Un only thi Dim,  * "SBr*-*1. *, ^ ��������� iam um s* *  SOLD  EVERYWHERB  For Mil in*/ Soip.  For SoftininjWstsr. j  For Rimoviaf/ Ptiat.  For Diiinffstiatf  SiakiXloMtt,  Drsiai.ftt.  U*\C  NrW  KIDNCIm  ���������:?iv ' 'Nt-, oi^  "Vllf  Tl  *������   '  Mount Etna.  Kftiit. the "burning mountain,"   Is  tilt,   mightiest   MililUlO   in   hut,IIH*.    It  is 10.HO tent high.   H you withe** to  ���������AillW li.Uttil ,U l,.i������.. yi,u, ttu.iM have  f������ walk niiii'ly iiiiles, It slope* -tend-  Hy mi till -id.s up to the highest  fr������t,-i. -Alui-h i> !���������������������.*!> a mile broad.  W. N. U��������� Na. Nl.  Ths Rtst Cura.  "Why ,|.j )<,(/ makf thnt patM-fit  tt-.i/f thr-- h'.nr* every day in vour  ante-Mom''"  "He tw^U tent," atplained th* too.  tor, ",,rt.l <i\���������t j* the only way I can  ������omp������*l him to taka tt,*  SHOE  POLISH  Wea- Umeiea tee  --*���������������**-���������������* ���������#������������'''W^ rimtertarmmr.  mmtmeelne me TMf**-**tMh**������, MM* ma mthmr tniwieme tmeyeetemam.  .  t^aaaii-aa tme *���������*������*���������������������. AU. BMUftl, too*  ymna.r.emMneeHi^aame^uamMmmm,em*.,am4e^raia,n.y.      t  '*mm .��������� !LSA.AX-1 i\id\ja\ -~  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ii  V  TO ONE who It associated with  children, lt Is a source of constant wonder that bad habits are  so quickly formed and good ones  attained at the cost of endless repetition  and drill. But the fact remains that evil  habits exist, and must be corrected by  parents before the appearance of the  child Is changed and lessened In attractiveness.  Frequently there Is a tendency to  wrinkle the forehead In the long horizontal lines that are extremely hard to  massage away. Look first at the hat  that your little one wears, lf placed at  the back of the head, the wearer feels  that it can be kept in place and; prevented from failing off by a movement  of the forehead. Result: wrinkles on  a little face far too young for these  lines. A remedy lies in the proper hat,  that shades the eyes and is held securely in place by a comfortable rubber band. *  Biting the lips is caused sometimes by  nervousness, but more often by a dry,  scaly condition which can be relieved  by the application of cold cream. If  there be no little pieces of the cuticle  to bite, the habit will be cured.  The habit of contracting the eyebrows  Is sometimes due to the fact that the  hair falls over the eyes, and a child is  generally willing to move along the  line of least resistance, so the strain  comes upon the forehead in the effort  to save the eyes. The prevention of  this condition la easy. Brush the hair  away from the forehead and tie back  with the wide ribbon so highly favored  these days, and ln most cases very becoming to* curls or the block cut.  For the nervous chjld. who while  studying or reading unconsciously bites  the nails, the best correction of the  habit is a pair of gloves large enough  to allow freedom of movement of the  little fingers, but protecting them.  The habit dies out from lack of exercise. For the little babies, also, who insist upon keeping thumbs in their  mouths, the glove Idea is recommended.  Many children have a habit of pressing the face at different places, thereby  distorting   the    features    and   ruining  Advice on Social Customs  cJvwCOAetu%'<$Ma  'ami'  &Jmn0*& /*���������������*/- Jfa4/jQ������c&#0  THE GIRL WHO BEHAVES  IHAVR so often received letters from  girls who lament the fact that behaving, in the accepted sense of  the term, means a lack of popularity. Let mo add, with a certain  class of men. One reader, bemoans the  state of affairs. "The girls who allow  undue familiarity ������from young men  friends," writes tl-ls contributor, "are  the ones who seer*, to be popular and  entertained."  I giant nil that, but I must ittld that  for the girl who behaves thero Is always a self-respect which Is of inestimable value In tho attitude which wo  hold  toward  o'hers,  The hoyden who engages In wrestling  matches with her masculine admirers,  who In the "nd usually get the kiss  which they geek, loses a certain dignity  and respect ns soon as she allows herself to forget that a barrier should be  placed betweon heriolf and men,  Her sister, who sits In the corner, nn  outsider, forbidding and proper, may  not be sought with the eagerness that  characterizes the other's friendships  with young men, hut she Is behaving in  a. refined, ladylike manner.  There Is a satisfaction In this (nought.  To the proper girl or woman this feeling should counteract any disappointment that may-result from a lack of  frteiitllluciH. After ull, Is the familiarity  that breeds contempt ��������� the object that  you desire? l** not the ol-*nn reverence  for woinnnhood et much greater Impor*  tniiuuv  iiciu'riilly that woman who dopun't  euro what the other people think has  assumed that stand beam mo ahe has  brought upon her head the criticism of  peo-ilo who act circumspectly,  You have no Idea how vague Is the  line ttint ntiiny young women tlriiw, over  wlilth their friends step with astonishing assurunco, l am sorry for thoso  people, As stiroly as you clearly mark  the boundary or familiarity. Just as tin-  cltledly do you comnuuul a tllgnltlt'il  treatment. ...... . ..     .  Noi ths girt who holiavos, whether In  the parlor, on picnics or nn the streets,  is the one to be emulated, Ths "popular" young woman who gains the notico  and attention of men st a Inns of womanly dignity Is one to be pitted,  To my girls who behave, I urge that  thev continue In this line of action, No  friend who Insists upon limine familiar-  flv I* worth a regret. Nn true, vidua-  bii" friendship will ever he prevented between mnn snd woman because she  chooses to be womanly hiuI doinnnilH it  respectful cnnslderallqn, Just keep right  on "behsvlng"!  Solutions to Social  Problems -  D  a reformation must come from within.  Make up your mind to be serious and  have a steadfastness of purpoi-o Ah  you grow older you will becomi. less  jealous and sensitive. Both of these  evils are caused by a little bit of egotism on the part of the person thus afflicted. Why should every one have hia  thoughts and Interests centered ln you,  and why should you think that every  act done or every word-spoken-I* intended for you for the purpose of hurt-.  ing your feelings? , Break away from  yourself an<* be optimistic.  2. If. the "girl is.acting as hostess, phe  _ ehould_shake-_hands_wLth_the_-man_Jn-_  troduced, otherwise It Is no'. neeiMSfiry  to do more than acknowledge the introduction with a few pleasant words.  8. Yes.  4. It would be better to have a chaperon. However, If the man Is aa oM  friend of the family, and your-parent*  are willing to have you go out with  him uhchapcronc-d, you will do no  harm  to take their advice.  5. Tho preceding answer will apply to  question No. 5.  6. Nothing wrong about it, but It.  seems to me to be such an absurd  habit which young boys and girls have.  7.' Suoh a, girl would not bfi held very  thigh in my estimation. She Is doing  her sex an Injustice by caroing on  flirtation*  What to Sayt  ride' li.   I hnvo heard *n many of my col.  less  Prlsnils  weak   nf  them.  Mill   BOPHOMOIIB,  A straw rldo Is an excursion iiirnlo In  n large covcrless wagon, the Hour of  which  is thickly covered with straw.  Paying Carfare  Deer Mr*. Adftins,  li������ ll rlulit for a young mnn to pay i  vnittig wntnnn ��������� enr'nrn when Iik iiei'ldi-nlnHy  ini'i'i* her on th* onr? He known lur wry  ���������woll. . A,  fl. T.  No; It Is not the proper thing to do,  for  It  places  the young woman In ������  very i-mliuiruKiilug position,  Girl of Sixteen  would he better for vou to go awny Tjo-  fore you cause any heart aches,  Dear Mrs, Ad*  " is u right  lawfi  Is it Lawful?  A. J* It  ..   liat can  tnu fici In till  cousins to marry f  Ohio?  a  o when a youns man Is  . , ......  -Jinvior and whom* fr.omi-  ship I with tp retain  4, In a cu-i'il i-olli'Ki  oun* lady to speak  Hutu WllllUUl ,ni  yo  a*:  , li,  ,t0 -  Intro  It i-roi.tr for a  ������  a, yoiint man In  i-r t-iatt* wuiiuui ,ni Introduction?  I, A. slrl friend nf mini, hii asked me tn  Home.other girt** Inilnualsd that  viilt htr.  il* I* not trim, *��������� I desire the aocroeint-  i'i, of ma youna- lady ���������������������������JfcJBQ^jS'11 ���������  When Passing Plate  ���������������An Mr*. Adsir*       . ..     ,  win you ull m* whither In run-  ,    Inv a elate for ilia .aneontl Milling  It la Drool* to rtmov* the, knife and fork,  or should tnsy b* I'fl un the plat*}      jr.  in,* mi,it *������������������������ *.<������������> k.u",i.u I'limiti on  ���������tha plate when It it i*a***d for a second  helping, ____  Escort is Backward  Dear Mrs, Adam*, ,.  I, t -hen a ynuna slrl tots to a danra indt  lis   ������s������n Infrmlucod to a young msn *nir<  ' jlii to ,������>��������� her home, what may the  * Wlwn l ���������������> 11, ������ parly Hurt It % young  Em iltai ���������l������*y������ eue* hum* with iti*.   iu  verv tarkwird snd rttvtr *������y* anylhlnr,  i It Ptniirr for me lo uteri a conversation?  .'.  IV lltll 4 >���������Lill������ Uli. II laltllt* ili lllllM* Willi  m* and 1 rto not wish to Saner, whit weuld  be a poll,* way or leltlnv (urn*    nAlll".  LH -fan have no e*e**rt   lnd your  ���������feat-are*-)*, m willing io hav* ti.e your*    , ... .. _...���������  stiat   ir I went ll would he to mill her brothirs  Thi* 1* not trim, *��������� J deijra tjjf. aoqaalr  ani'it  dot  1, Thle la a much disputed queatlon,  give any decided anawer.  i. .Vi*.  fl, insist upon fantlamanly behnvtor.  A young man who doss not know how  to respect a young woman la not worthy  friendship.  t, .under  ���������ut������������ otroumstanoe*.  it  ,<i't������* spaak without  Is  an  perfectly propv  introduction.       *..: +*.:.  i. u* 4u������������<|ti*tfout ������������ ' '��������� iu -iu *:..-  you know to ba right ,\-tu, do not pay  any at tat, tion to thi remark* of other*.  Four Boys and Three Girls  !>ar Mre. aiama,  t, M tNeea are l<  gelay. noma  fram  TW ffib'-SR  ���������huii Ul th������ w* |hl  thf other heme?  ir ww* inil three tlrls  thunli  lofitnir, Tiow  .am *iri* and one bw,  gO *������lltl  lit*  t,i,������   li, talk*  *,* other tMt-aer  nyfrlimd ef MM ��������������������������������� r>n ttir frnnt of i  ir, while atwlhef we* un the i**hk. *rVhi  ^1SS������  *n lm< horn*?  Isn������w������  a.  h**r. aliouM  . a  .  Iln.  which  ,_., t.-.j. w,  f*������ un tl������������ l-ai'S.  ���������a* jhwtte' jjjjtjafc*']  TutljisUi ��������� g Iri hotaa (rem ehurrti,  flrt   lint  M* Intro-  ���������hnulil *hu e*k him Inid tlm Iumihi-v  SIXTKRN,  1, Onu of the girls will he ohiliii'il In  nllow two boys u, walk itlung with 1,,'r.  2. I *eo no otlnr way out nf It If Untitle boy Is to uncurl tliu two girls hu,,,**,  !i, Neither mu* uf the boy* wiih (ilillgi'il  to take you homo, If "you wi������r<* nut tnu  with him.  4. No: he hIumiIiI ink moiih* inn* to  give  hi,,, an  liitrmlui'tlnu  tn  th������ slrl.  fi, It iJupeiitlN upon thu limn', If ll In  10 ot lock or aftor when tho girl rendu'*  her linme, Hhe should not Invito thi*  yotniK im<n Into her house,  Fifteen and Fifty  Desr Mrn, A,Um������-  ���������ii',- i,i-r- I,,-., i-lrU li-, viinri, nf ���������i'i* nnd  have t<vu avntlt-iitrn i,il,i���������i',������ ������l ������i,m,i  M viuir*.    Wi*  hnvo h������m   krenlntr "om-  UAIII    **l*'������   lh-,11   >"'  .������   llMltil"-!    ���������'������*   ���������*������������������**'  fair o,ir mother* irn In lunoronoti nf their  iltttialiirr*' comiai't.   W������ul*l It l* |iri*������r t*i  acquslnt th������*e   two   nf   our   mmlirri  IrnVrenr*'*     TWO *r*OOM*������H KIDDIKS  Plr*t of all, let me say thnt I do not  approve of girls of 16 choosing men  of BO for their companions,   Huch dlx-  crcriMncv tn run*** ,������ ,n b,. ntrimi'lv rtl������-  i'(iurngea,     rii'i-miiiiy,   it   in   hmdi   improper for KlrU to have secret mrtt-  Ings with tlclr admirer*,   fine's jmr.  ent* should tic mmb* iicatuilittcd with  ft'l ona'a frierul*.   The only thing for  yon to do Is  lo clear lite mattt-r tip  by sending the men out of your lives,  Not Popular With Ihe Boys  r������**r .Mrs    AiUmn  .Kindly uiiii-"' me, I am impulsr s*ii,i  ��������� h* girls, hut an*, wllh the le-vr. I n*.  not ������esm lo k,i>,w hnw in srt. Whnt nui  I iiui t .an ;,. i l.im<U. 4ii,l 1 dm ii,  Tiled .to *������������,,*������ Inn* lii-mi������, Mt. Am t  npwtrd hy my frirmis to rntertaln thtm  tn rsturnT *>*>T  Probably *rmi dn not make weurn-if  Interesilna- U> the boys !��������������������������� lilng In-  tt't'OMtuil In tlii'lr ni'ltli'Vi'itii'iilH, Fltiil  out what they like tu talk nlmut, and  thnn keep tip a conversation nlonK  tint' lino, Do not ho morbid anrt  fault-finding. Hjuuk well nr >>n,i'  frltilltls, IVIlllt, ynu ure not expected  to entertain, It woultl be very nice to  mIiow ymir gratitude fur iuihi Imsiil-  tallty, by glvliib u simple fuiin of entertainment, i  A Form of Flirtation  Dr������r Mrs. Ailsms  I  sin  friuii h  vorv  hltth  fstnllv.    It  I*  8bi������v������* mi' lu nirl. I ilmp'-iut niy Imiiil-  i-nil 11* f one d*y tn nttiui-i i|h> ntnnilnn  nf ii ������ti'������,i*.��������� niiiii w.illtiim lii-liiinl mi',  knowlne h������ would nlrk It up fur inc.  My ,.i'lium   Is  ihnekud,    Wit*  It  a vsrv  ,.    ,   .11   I, ,,. I,.    .   - I    T    ,,.,   *  To my mind, you were flirting when  .'���������'"���������i ������.-Ii  ,t - li,,,.  '     ,!i>.,  i    '..    .:',,".  of h slriingi* man.   Well-bred pcrsiit,*  ill!   nut    111*11*.!'   HO   ultt-IHpl    til   il't'K    UM'  acquaintance of an unkttowit person  Wlthuut u formal Itiiriiilurtltia,  raiir Mrs   A<li,���������i������,  I   I   nm  mill   ii  slrl  nf  in  yenrs nf ���������>/���������  Mllll  M.illl.l   llkn  I" kllilW  ir  I   i null] ������,,  ..1,1,1*  ii|,*ims ir ntv imuiiii i|ii nm ,,|>i*('i.  .'��������� Mv niii'i���������u "nut mi* to itu witli ������ lmy  wlimti I ilii nut Imu.   Whin wnulil ynu ������*l-  Vl������|.   Ill;-   ,,.  ,|���������   S(,   that   I   ���������),,   tl"t   |,;,v,    |��������� K.|  with him?  .1, I .nu 'li*i|ily In love wllh n lmy nivl I  llilnk Iii* Invi'������ nu, Inn Ini never ,ik"i mn  In,mi' Wn wrr* ih-vit i,r,i(��������� i U ln,i,������,,i,-,il  liut hi. ������iriuk������ tn nn, iiviiry ilntim- hi* uilii,  I iln mil think mv ntnthrr w.nil.l nil,,* nm  I.  tiikn   him   In   tin-   tuni**..    I'l.nt,,  it,h\K<  nm imw tn *ot In mull h i'ii������i-.   |'|-;aiii,  1. It would bt* piTfiu'tlv i���������ii|'i*r fur  you tn titti'tiil th,. iifti'i'iiiinii |ii-i'fi),in-  ,,,,1'i'e,  If i'h���������|io,'i'r���������'*l.  '*. Di'i'lllii' to iii*ii*|it li Ih Invltatliifts, I  do not tlilnlt ymir jn*,ru-ttth wihiIiI fnr'i*  y.iii tn art ita.tliiNt ymtr wi,i tu nuih i,  I'llStl.  ,,   r- i ,     .   .   , t. ,,   i . ,,      ,    ,,    ,  before   y,���������i   hue Hue .I'm   iiiliiiiiile   will,  I i.II      !,!,(���������       ���������   i ���������,.   ���������    . I   *..',,    i,.  yoiirself wllh the iiicn thin h" li������v**������ ynu,  Malty .i g!il li.ts niiiii; Iieim-lf vi-iv un-  liiippy hy   clierlsliitig Much iitiurniiiuliMl  |.i!l<f,������.  Denr Mrs. Adams,  Ploiiie Inform mo t,,roui?h your clumn*  tho exact words a Klrl of V, should usa  when belncr Introilucoa to a boy nf in*'' own  ase. OIIRKNIK,  Sometlmnn a bow and it mr.lle aro  all thnt aro necoswtry, i���������������t when any  remark la to be made you mny use a  phrase; as, "I am pleased to meet yo;,.  Mr, Morris."  'To Break the Habit  Dear Mrs, Adams,  1, I Uvo In a nnin.ll town artit thu boys  always hold tho Klrls' itrms, llmv imu [  hreitk them ef this habit** I don't IIWi- It  one lilt,  2. The liovs Rlnnmt always tiring rim li,,n..i  from churi't, and as I live quite n di-tuwo  from I, wo ,i,'vcr set borne until l��������� n't I j !-.  The bovs come In tho house thi'n nn,| ������,ny  nn hour nr no. I ikin't .want In hurt ,'ii'lr  feolltiKs, hut I do wish I cntild sum* tinm  from HtavluK i,n lona.  3.1 nm 10 years uld nnd am tni."','*! tn a  boy of 17. We oannot bo numled un:11 , -imi  18, Mv fsllutr dlHllkos tin lmy niy mu h.  but 1 nit to sin, htm at sehool. My mvniil-  ItBsrt lins asked mo to slnn koIiik out with  other bov**. I can't possibly ko out with  him, nn,, ir I stop ifiilni* ut all mv mi runts,  who* slronily nre keutUng * bright lookout,  ���������would know In n tnlnuto mm nomotli'tK  wns up.   What sliull I do?    ,'IUAV t'A'Ktt,  1. Tell thu Imys ymi are In ncrt of no  DSNl'tauce unit iln imt think It itt-ccssary  for tlinm In hold yiuir arm,  2. Vou can eattilv lu'-nk thu lioya nf  this hnlilt bv t,"t Invliltur U'.em In the  house,  3. My dear girl, do >i"< lit* fooll'h  riiiuigli to tin yotirself down at such a  tenili'i ,,,|e, ri |,ii l.iliy U- ;i li,,y tu v\h,i(,i  ytuir father iiti,|o",n. It "member, he Is  older than y������������, nmJ tnufh wiser; sn taltu  h'H itilvli'it, Ti'll the young buy that ynu  have tnnitt* a mlHtiike, und lh;it yuu  kimw ynu bail lull* i w.ill tt it 111 yuu are  older before becmnlng ongngi-d.  After Luncheon  Pwir Mrs   Adams,  Will vou trll ni*' siiini' wnys nf sntertsln-  Ins ynuns Klrls nft.-r *, lunitieurtT  UQVKVUU  Music or rt'cltittlnti* mny fnll.iw the  luncheon, A vi".y |iractle,il form uf entertainment would lm to hnve eiicl, girl  make ��������� ^,','llnti uf n g.irttit'lit tu b������  given  to cbnrlty.  Wooden Wedding  I,.sr Mr*, Adsms.  t mn slsitit to i-elehrits our wooden w������d������  iIIiik. itiit um a liitii. stmrt in iu*..*- mi m-  ti-rislnlns*, Would you tili-ss*- itlvi- m������ sum*  kussi'nllniis? ,Mil I   ll   M   M  I'lir    UIIIIIHlilllelll    Ity    ll    Il.tll-l'iiilliillliM  nr ii whittling i-ntiti-it fur Hie wuiii-n,  .mil U-t tin- mm >io ������ d*.'!������ tiui*l* fr in  i-tiithrsp'lis, Tlu'it luive ,< siiiull wiisli-  in������i iltii.t with  *��������� >���������������'<*!" i-r *,i.m.,.>,.u   , ui  *���������!   witn ll * in tt  ilui>-t   ������,������i   iluitt   ,1  MIMI  ������-i������������������t( ,,     , ,,������     It*,. ,,     Wl'ti     ������'<���������,, 11,,,.    i���������it .-  tiive i*iii It K������������ 'I u w-niil'it pl.i'e li|ni|  Wlileli li, 'ikelrll -'I fir * Hit g!'V |ll/il  to the one Whn draw* Die In-.-l  -Mid tht  ������.e������- ������������l,i, .|i-*4i������������   ���������'!������������������������   in'."   rl>l!> <���������!������ i*.  To Regain Her Affection. fickle, Jealous and Sensitive  Hllirn    II  nj-trry ti  .thjna mi  affection  what 1 i  .1.-. -    .������,:  I am tretily tn nfrd or yur adilt*. f  am w years of is* ������n<l twir uten i-u-  asiM In a slrl er l������ ttartuf I '���������sr.o .t  rnsrry her now thr refused lo hive eny-  * ��������� mors lo do with me I luve ������ wiirm  on for.her and woulii Ilk* to kn���������w  I ran do, .*  ,-.  It Is too bad you made the inlstuke nf  speaking or nutlrlniuiiy tu u gltl --"  young, f think, however, if ynu will  give her time lo think tiie nu'i**r nvir.  end If slie Is deeply in lnve wtih '.nu,  ihe will recotiilib'r'her ai'ii'me .md \m  billing in wnlt itnill ymi are tn'tti some-  wImi uuivr,  Form a Club  A Straw Ride  J*j������r Mr*   Adrnna  f'ta*  e������|,,.|n  io nt*   wh*i  a  '���������slrstf  , I tun vi ry Ili'lilr, ji'fil u������ nn.l ������ui������|.  live, t*������n vim tell me hnw In nvrrriilli*  tln-ss  fSUltsT  ������. Whsn ������ vnun* arlrl i������ iii,rn.tueed tn it  yiiiitig mnn, slnnnd she Kin* I. in her hand  or just stiMk his n������m������*  I, I* tt ������on.| furrn for ������ khI lo wssr on������  Or  t*sn  plain   iloss tn ���������n-tnd*  '. Is It prni'sr for s v*u,ie ������,*-t 10 *n out  hf,r<i-iisik rlll'ir with s s'liilemsn twrlvs  nr   tlilr,������*n   years   her   x/nlnr   without  i  i *isi*-r,*,i������  i. If a gstitl'iiiiii' <iSi-i������ nn* l������,r>n |,, n  yeima gfri for th' sti.-n ,,ii, ������,,ui,i u i,n  timt*t tor h*r m ������*��������� <-,< ,,?  ' !��������� lie U- ,1 .,.:.-'.���������. v ' ������������������-!-. Il - il K.,'������  ������������. hsiislng   fltipx   *m'li   ,-���������.,������*  1, What de y������u tM"***. ������f ������ ������tf> who  fllrlsT l,lt"WS- KVRH.  1. .V������������ ������m������niiit nf .������iv,,-.. ,ii.ii| hetn  you to oven nme vnur lii'kleutw*.   gueh  I I .nn I) inn ,.;.; in,: lu ��������� i ���������mall  ti.wti wtnrti llnre ur. no i,���������,,. iwiilt.  W"nli| .you ttflvlse hsvlr,* rathu .������ ,.f  \��������� is ������n*l alrl* every fsw ������cMI Ant wont  si.,.old   l������* .tern*  In  etilntsln  the ���������������������">;  .* i-,i**ii,il ths Uiys *i'i-���������rnp*ny *,.������- slrl*  lm , ���������  .ifitr ,ht iii>-i-t,iis������ '  I ,,!|Vf IrSen X-,n* ������'*,! S flrt fl f*w  iM,i. v..iin������������r thnn frns-lf , ** ,|,i,i. .i I,ins,  )���������   it   iif't-er   l������,   Sit"   tr.   ,'��������� ��������� -'.Msh' '  l<iVt>i,Mi; f.il.i,.  niM'i   *��������� ���������  i.-"nti,.'    .*.,   ''"   ������������������"���������iiaga  >l,tl   I I,.'.I'll   tltHe   tefi.tl* ���������������������   ,,,n!   .V-tiHte*.  , , .       .��������� ,   ..        '  ��������� trl-isl.  ,-,i  t ��������� ���������- ' I'n   .i-.i  t*   ���������     ������������������--���������'  ;i*-m   r,������-  f r ��������� - ������������������, * ��������� * - > f-t������  2, y. *.  i   v..    -.. .t     r.-   ���������������.-.'..������������   I  j.r.i*.!!,'*e  to  whii-h  ��������� ������*u i*>.*-   '���������*���������   *���������: ���������' mil ������Bn^r^���������J5Eitli-%������:w, B^TISH CGLmiBM:.  jwWMjBaijj; ->������'j.-.ri*t... .  _���������_���������.__.���������������    -u..*.   .'  ..a/.</ Winter  .**%*"*������4*>*m'^. *-������������ -��������� -  Wc have jn.-'.'ivciiui tut' a hue asrioitnient of    .    ���������  BLANKETS -ANO COMFORTERS  Blanket*"- r������r*j.-.n^ f/*om $3,OOto IjUXOOfl pi-  Comforter-*". '* ** $1.75 to $4.oo each  flannelette Shfeets IO, II ������_fr 12 quarter ������-ii_-,e.**4  VOU ARK iXVlTiiU  TO INSPKCT OUR STOCK OF  1-TRNri'L'KJ*: vV IIor.SH PTRXLSHfXOS  When: in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refresh-  beverage  Rev. ,1 iimcs Lawson, oi Ottawa,  occupied the pulpit of Grace Moth  (.'(.list Cliureh, iast Sunday, in  '���������the ftveiiini', }-,e preached" for three  (quartern of an liour to n very at-  j tentive audience, which., in, these  (modern ���������.tjiie, i** a <*��������� trn tiii.tii'^nt  <���������>  LAND TAILOR  fo  I  ���������.���������I  *1 haul iiiiiii-te-w-iiiw-aiiitaiii I n" i n    i , n m i*a Sf ��������� H i*" *  *j  ���������i *m iMiaam-ra*' *������is**i^-***i_its*a>aiia, *ifc*a**a  :|    The Furniture Store  A. MgKINNO'N  McPhee J {lock, Cumberland. B- 0.  Meeting of Citizens* Lea-'j    City Council  giie, Officers Elected. I ri,..������,,. o ,.n i,,i,i;, s,,,,,i,,i   -*������-���������~ ��������� f-o������si'.>M on 'fhtir-Hiay eveiiino last,.  A meeting of the Chi/ens' Leaithere beino; present Aldermen Mc-  ������ue \v:is held in ll".'.* Council I Leod. Stewart, iStoddaf't uti'l the  ���������Ohambers on , AuguH 17th, ��������� in -N*-yor.  the absence of the -chairman Mr.  John Thomson acted ���������;-; chairman  who explained thatl'm; Liy Laws  ]iad been prepared and were ready for consideration. The By-  Laws were taken clan.*-*-- hy clause  nud finally adopted with **ome  minor improvements. The J'y-  l.aws having heeu ad >pfed' the  fii-iirmau remarked tli ait. would  now he. in order to ei >:' t lie officers for the remaini is; part of  t ie present'year, which resulted  as follows:���������  James Keid ��������� President  ..   W. Willard Viee-l-rcs.  ^lc<iwpa~B]cirr^Tnv'-:ieTnTtm'!>1  ���������  Joseph Shaw. 'treasurer  Communication w.is received  rm'in. .foa-tih iLtiufer. enelusinu'  deed of pari:, contuiniiiir 7..JI11. Jt  wn^ moved by Aid. Sfodijitrf, soc-  mided hy..-\J'i, MeLeod,. that Mr.!  DtniHuuiij* he fhfifikeU-l'i'f Ids ^eiic I  rourtdon'tititiii. ;  Jt wiisi moved by Aid. Jlbrrml, j  seeondtid hy Aid. Stewart, thnt j  po-M**, ho- planted at*t>;ie,h.corner of j  the p.'U'k, and that any. person or!  persona wLsliiiijjt to ent  wood,   are j  at libff'ty to th, &f). alio    !UIV    per-,  any divine.  'lie words:  J.'������iii..*f      In  lie chose for his text; W  '���������bit',  we  would see  (J)  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE. 2U  on the  Coast.  and made in  Cumberland.  US Op������IIUIlt*;.'l-eiliai-K8  if emphasized   the  fact, that  the! $  1*1  P  *������  @  (individual can alway-j see what he  ! is ltiokturr for, and the neuesshy  for good thoughts, to dee- the good  in everybody and in tint ure. "'For  as a man thirtketh in his heart, so  is he.M The serum) wns' logical  and replete with beautiful sjiniliee  and was interspersed by two solos!  rendered by the speaker.  m-, found   dumping  mbiiish, in Uliorr.lv afterwards.  It'r   the   shooting.    Palmer   died  A   posse.- in  au-  [i.-rsuit. of liillai'd. was   sent   out-  land   lie   was   captured today,   by  Cumberland, Aug. 22, 1910  To the Editor Nryvs, City,  Sir f���������-In   reply to   a  citizen,  whose   letter was   published   in  ���������your,last issue, accusing the Citizen s League  of retarding   the  progress, of the petition for   the  re-dutroduction of the Sewerage-  By-Law,    I would beg to   state  for his information and for those  whom  it  may concern that   the  SeweTage Uy.-Law has never been  discussed at any meeting of the  Citizens' League in   any   of   its  features-, for or against. Trusting  that this   may prove   io  Citizen  that he is misinformed.  I am Sir,  Yours respectfully  KmVARU VV.  Ricklk.  Secretary.  *>  Ladies' and  Gentlemen's Suits  Made  \o Order  from ������20 to 835    AllWork First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  e~eeeee4>ee-e^eeee^eeetee ++4>*++*>e+**++e+*+*+***.  |A FEW PERSONS WANTED.!  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  ��������� ���������  ���������  ���������  *>  ���������������  *>  ���������  VANCOUVER, B.C.    {  ��������� *e<r*4+eee*<������>e***eeee<>f>e+ee+*+<e4>e+4>e>*ee+e+*<> ���������  I Kootenay Fruit Land Syndicate,  325 HOMER STREET,  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  HORSE   FOR   SALE--Five  vicinity be   pryseetitetl..  Thu jjo-i.,',1 (,C  Works-'were.  ������������������   mi    ���������IlP   .,,,, -,,  ���������,.   v. .  ... , : r -      J 1 verus old. 1 i-;o lbs.  Applv  ������W������^H-*rTnM-^,*t--^Wri-^^  [)erv,'.*iit Ai'e,me,.bnfwi*iTi  Seeontl led.man was a well   known   miner ��������� _____  iih  a   Board of   management, J-1''1 fhird sfreets, providing, pnifi- 'ami came from.N-tniaiiuo. :  c.'i'.isisting of Messrs J. K. Ale- j*'''?y .'loiilers are willi'-g'to bear; Spokane, Wash.. A.ug,. 2Brd.-��������� |  J,cod, C, Ii. -Tarbell, Thomas 1 tl'eo* propot'tion of.,the*' eot-l. ul.-io! Tinvo Imndrei! lire liglitwi* of ������'.  i.iekleand W. Siddail. \l'J  open, Allen   Avenue,  between :totnl I'oree  <>f >.ix.  hundretl   lueuj  LADIES' TAlLOli-M^ADECOSTlLMES A SPE.CIALTV. s  suits crm&E to q^dbr and  IN ANY.'STY-iiB.'YQIJ, WISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARA^T'EEP.  cumiu-:ulaxd'& union  WATER WORKS CO.. L(*l.  C U M BE.RL AND,  K. C.  The election of oiiiivrs having \ Seiiond.tuid Third- stiver  : ivlijc'i hu** iiee 11 bat.'ling with   the  NOTICE  Sprinkling will be uilowed on!y;l 0--P**-*1 $������������00O,00.O  '������������������''���������V'-'AAA-*^^ yyv!V**^������y-������<**ty������r*y^  ^tiiiwiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiuiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiim  Reawvo $g,700,000 |  i,-.-i.-n complered, Mr.Vv'iimrd took j    Aldenunn    SuuJdd.t  asked  t'ov-. flnmes in the Iniruiug piiu.. forests j between the, hours of 7 to !*>' in theil        Thp    RoV^I'  R^tlk-'   f)f    -f^ f\ 11 c\ d 1 ^  "uie   duiir in the absi-r.ee of   the^Hwer. cm.iuctiun.for his   properly ol'northern lijniio m-c miaecoiiiiu-d jmorning and froth T to  8   in'tlie'l '       Vyal    Uaill\.   VI    yciliflliJa,        j  1 DRAFTS   ISSUED  IN   ANY. CUUHJSNCV'.   PAYABLE-  ALL  Leaky taps must he attended foil ' <)VEM,TIIE\\ HliLI).  Sieuart,  'eivirw at Wallaej lotlay, dtvlmvl :H������ 0[j(.t/ | SPECIAL ATTENTION' *mid,to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interim  .h,.' Ids iieliel' that, nearly all ol this en       4\,(Y (,h,u���������Tes or additions to on- 'I a1, liif-'hest Current Jtir;������f������ iillewtd on I'tposil*-* of .fl ami upwiirtla.  inildifig of houses. linMiumherhatl perhdied.    N^vr [ :^   '   ;  |,^1MUS.' i���������,, ,lim!,ioll(.(] :| ^JJSSS^-^ B��������� 0fl' f ^nch\0^ ������������*' 8'  ���������i'i ,    . . ,       ;,, 1 ;.,;(-     ,...-,,  u .    t<-,;,.,;,   i,,..,  , '   '    " [I e OURTENAY, B, 0 , Bub-Bi auch, Open Tu������8*4Ays.  ,     Uie my fieri; was instructeil to  in ln> hie, ,anl .U, ,   A ngul, haU'  U, thli ������.���������,���������.,.,.,,. :|. UMIOSI WHARKB,0., Sub-Branol,; 0RbnXhur.day.  tnade ot all the busii)'*s'. iru'it   to 'hmuird to t-oni|,'iny,   uii-moi'aii<i- . ���������*- rt(,,'n e'lndiiioiis so Hppulling, ihe  President   and made some   very 'll-M- -s'1''- ���������M'-Eadyc'it's... , fur nviuy.    Gi-ivermneut forest ���������nt Itvening,  interesting remarks as to the ben      Ah*wm������n MeLeod rejiioi'ti'd on p*'*'visur W. li. Wriglii  in au in  i-iits io be derived from a citizens ini,wvit*������* wirh. .Marian  le igue.   jioiniittg out wiia*. otlier re e\ti*in'ii,ii ul' city limits and i.  cities had done in the past  It was carried that a canvas ho\  they hi,*  join the,League, Mess,s Reidand  iifjti.of proposed extwiision, also tliul dhuues Uuve  detuid   ail   ivsiSL'ttic.*  Thomson being appointed to act.  J. N. McEeod   gave   his   repott  f'.oiu interviewing  the  manage  ret-pie-Hed    ty   build   t,j,o uiul   huvo   UMVyllt-t.1 uj: .11    rate ul'j  ttifidiied hoiifffs. ; IV** in t wen ty tu seventy mile.*,   tin i  I[ was moved  A. McKnioiit,  Ml!  jMti linger  t-f. Ft. rMONTG01UI^,YnMaw������er������  ���������%/llllllipillllilllll!ll!lll|llllippiUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII|llll!lllin  ! ������1  NOTICK it*tiPi*t*l,y wiviui ilitfc tin ���������Iii\hi  >V   -\hi  Stuihhri ��������� ti"Ui- Have .-wupt  everyttnng   lu,_ j after dato I-uitttutl ti������ apply t.. t.h'o Il.������n. j  -    "      ��������� '    ��������� ��������� L'hu Chief' 0 niiiiiiFsionur uf   biiiuls  ami  lWf***Tlt*l-|HII������ll-ll  ment.    "It^ was carried thnt.   Uie set'onded   by   Aid.   Stt-wnrl,   that 'ore them leaving only de,tt.b und I NVlirks(ir H u,nm u pr,1(,I)(UH {ir M1), ft *  League write to   the  t'i'-y C*>uu  j'-lieeity take action uud havn ,\Jis, ' 'le.-UT.di.*n,in ils patii, ! poMolrtim umlitr nml on tlm lie rim in Nil-!  cil with reference to   sprinkling! l/uig/niHi'.s prupurty  cle-Hfjeil   uu. , ���������������  i������r:U DUriot, nml ,i,������or,lM<i ns f |,���������������-:-. |  ,          ,       ������������������!   1     .          1                       ,            '   i                     I r./wilV 0<'inm*ncioi*������t ft post p'ftiiU'd lift I'lniiis:  Uu.   streets now tind   again,   11  ;.!���������, nave closer--. ���������w,',l  to   rear -                   lOCdlS. iw.-.t ,f th,  ������. W.roL ,*( S.N.-ifoa I'.  nothing else, with the \]\>:  hose, j "I lot, uud ������}>:jh*iis,' ol' same, <;h*n*g. ���������,1��������� j tb*--Duu <*������������ttilt vHuint*. th,*n*'.t w.rUt <10|  It was also earned   tlia!    Alessiskd rigid 11 ht the property. 1    r^i ,mjHM,H [������������������,. ^\Vi l)t ,ju, J*,*rf������������i'*''t'''ni*.   ttt..iie������ *At,.t ",u rLuiiii",  dti'iio-j  'MeLeod and Thomsn11 iui'Tviewi    The Council divined to hold  ii.n'H,... j i.ortb .".0 ohfin*. tlifto* wo.c ho i*h linH. |  ,       ,,                  .   ,        .   ���������.     , ���������   1. .                ,.      1     1     1   n  1,     ,,       ''    ' ' ! tlt'iiii'MHinilli 80 fliiuiis tu pliji'o nl' u.,11,-  Ihe   Oriveriimeut A.'-t-ii!  at   lilts"! coneert w Ciimt'ei'lund   Hull,   lor |   ,*,o,.|.B*,>.'-)t��������� I  poin! te dnmping ruiii*. ;h 011 thv jt-in-" fjvui'-Uni_k the.   but,d,   uu   thn'    Singer Sewing  .Machines   for j   Mod tbia 25 th dty of July j!>l<).  P.,Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER. AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY: PUBLI CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND.  I  ; I tie an*  uutittrtfi'!-  -:.''���������!������������������������ th*- i  ^ ��������� -.'ptember |,ay,  Tui'sditv l'ollowijji!' S  nnd ftji|i(iitHed a  eounulllee lo iu  range foi Hfiuns  Tiiere being nu further btwhii'  to ���������������������������.et*    ifi the-l'onin-il ii,|j*iiii'iuu!,  ���������������������������t all   wa*  -������������������,>_...  Lofldof,    Allg,,   'i'i,--   I'',iefi!*'i'  'I  public highway,  mah:  1 roai'h tr, the city V-v;,  T':VI',  Tli.tt tiir (-Sor-v.'t'i, .'  Police Commission.T.'  the L'-aji.'.ne iinild nr-t *.  ��������� ���������'Mis and   t.'t-it.-r   ob-'vnrC.otis tP*  moved 1'khji tl." vk- md t'rofft  ���������nuking   ihe -.mi,.' a   *.������������������ air   ahop  mi Sui'da; .**;  That the Secret;1" write tin* K-'������i'eu, The vvt-t'ul wm under the  ILill. W'.i'ii.iin Tv'.m ���������!> ;\ ,\\ ih.-;*���������"���������.nn tti'l of Ciipttijtj I'Ii.O.. r'.-it  re'irf'SCitative for tl*: ���������-J: ttier, toj'md ,.,ftrri������'d a ere., of f!**'!' in-i,.  :,,'eurt.' lor thi; ci'v , Cusiom 1 ���������in' po*iiii',ii of liieheain; i n. jk.-i*  H'������*l.*ir',   it   b'j'tl/ pi'."e| th.it   it !������������������ 'I'> mid tin* men U*ft ui, tlic ���������.������>-  sale ou easy terms, at the NKVVS  01'PI 01:.   4>   1'OR SAL!*: Six riuued  kit*  k. ri-tiMsr.  NOTK'T Ih ln'rt>liy ijh-mi fltm, ,lililny,i  nf t-r 1U1 0 1 i.ituml In -p'>ly t* th��������� lint,, j  lYo Chief (!!i*m 1 i-*-������inn������������r  ol  l*mnl������  mi 1  ch'ii taiig*r,   ill  good  cojulilitni.i Wuili* i'���������r ��������� li<!���������������*t, toprv*������(������������et i������r u-rd  A pole Ibis office. ��������� " ���������* p������'tr������l*"������������ ������t)tl*,r tlm l-ruln in N<"m*u  ���������"iiih't.   -A'tj-rii drowiii'ii  wbe 11  Ctitish    f'fi'isi'r   Hi'^J't.nl  tisiiotv In-1 uiglii oil'. 1 hi- 1'���������'���������i.s 1  im  HiHiri'Jf. mid 'l*������������r lii"l a������ loiliMv:���������(),���������i,>  tin vhtt nt   11  |"'-l t'Uut ,1 on tut, B'_;  A, I  ;ilr. nnd  .di'.  .Murk   M������i'j;nieWlltt ,,���������. s, ,,* ,���������,���������,���������-���������, s,,���������t nn ,,  xvur 1 Welt' nitintig the [uii'setig,'!'-,   iit'i'iv.: tlwutH* w-uttilmn tin, mint), biiinrtiny if  11" bv ..' itwi'dav ni'.'Ul' train, ������iii*ls,i*ti'ii,'.' a KUilmiiH,  tlieiiuu unrtli  ., ���������������������������^ ._��������������� ....������������������-.  .,___ 10 I'Miiiit;, nn r 1 nr hot t   the muitli t,",,,,-,  Mv*. Jo.������ UudM.u,  of  Vatiw.u- ������l������fy������f .w.H. HJir. ,������������.l jMrt,|,w:ii-������������j.j  ceil*-, ilitjiiecerttlHU t'baiiu, lit rout Its  ���������.er, arrived   iiy Thuivdoy'** boal..t,��������� jj.w utnk *.n -co turn",, ttii.Dt*. f.ili.  =V. B0fl0HA=  CT-nnufeeturref-r of CT.1NERAU CUATERS.  ttlholesole Deale* in WINES, LilQUOR & BEER  1*. 0. box \w  PHONE 20.,,,  CUMBERLAND  ifn-,1  i-if tu her   ifiijthiM*   Mrs.   ,1.  ���������vis   fivr.a'   tuticv nee tn   bil'-'-i- ' ***l liuvo been   tiike  a   t  11.  ne>.* men nnu'.-r iht  ���������"-' ���������'���������jh  Iv.'l,   iillVtll'.;   tl* *^ll '-���������>   i   U!"U  >l,������   I   lllMll.il     m ���������*;.*>   ������        .......  t'lett ijuo'-r-', vine itliui'i"  ttig lliat )���������' had '-0' d- :'  torn M'UtM* at l/ufi* ���������   ������������������ ,  ..-light tile ���������* es-el   ui;! ;.;u i  -,     Th'' iLtp;.Ue-.' '.s'ni'-l.iji  ��������� 1    I,,',,., ,1: 1  ,,, . 1  ,.    .1,  It  1., pi  V  '.'ti :, ���������, I  Pihet  Mr.  T.   I mill,   ,  v.';,- in lown hist *-���������.*.-���������,  if   \'attt.*,,i:vt'f,  ���������tvinK uImiik h,u b'Holt t������ pl.ipo,,f U'Mtin-  uui.'iii.'iir.  li.tttil ,lii*'Ji;ii,lny���������f ,li,ly, l������,������l'i.  II. ACMlKWdlMsd-V,  K. I' iav, ,���������,*��������� nl,  |-|,,TiHnTl -��������� r -t- ���������- ���������  .M,m,.n, . ���������   .<��������� ������r.,MU, w I,'.  1    ,1  i  .. (l,-*.i,     , ' '������������������,.���������.  Hf ���������'IIS   l   P'l" i ,������t fr-I    ii,,-   nll)l,Hl,.|i     i*.  I *i  -.i** ; tMMlUi   ill lii,������ *-',.ite *   thei't* I-  rifii  ,,������������������������������������  H.'-.' 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