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 }  '}/'���������'���������'/'���������  ^LeKisiarive"^  SEP 3   19|(J  ia, b.^;  i  i?  LAND  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District,  The Nkws, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY, AUG. 30, :9io  SUBSCRIPTION $I.OO A YEAR  THE Bid STOKE  >H������ ^|*^-Vi^*VjBi m *f\^amyfli*Mm^9m^^mAfAmmm**if^<  _____  Fall Dress Goods  II  -rasa  A New Shipment  of the latest materials and shades offering  one of the best opportunities to secure a  dress or suit for fall. you will Hnd in our  stock materials that are well known for  their splendid wear.  PURE WOOL WORSTEDS and CHE VI; S  PLAIDS,  SHEPHERDS'   CHECKS,   PANAMAS,  SERGES, SATIN CLOTHS, CHANTECLER SUIT  INGS, etc.  We have given this department particular attention, buying the right goods in the  right market and offer you the correct  shades at most reasonable prices-  New Goods Arriving Every  Boat.  g^- WATCH THIS SPACE.!IT  WILL BE OF INTEREST  TO YOU.........   Jxy.t^ar:  IXXl  m  am^ltmma^mia^tmmmmmrmt^rea^  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  MAROCCHIBROS  "  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  FOR  Furniture  Wallpaper  Mixed  Paints  Beds and Bedding,  ���������J*"!"J~J~J**lwW-'*W**^*4~l**W**W'  STOVES  and  RANGES  try; THE  The Magnet Cash Store.  . "T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  Obituary.  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  ,        SECOND    STREET -  'jr\j/*m*a^#Mi**film^^  S;> talk about the tariff tax,  Tin* north pole's muddled case  When someone comes to lell  about  The depths of some disgrace,  The Common Carrier.  AU gossip would at birth expire  If 110 one lent an ear,  Two it requires to make a team,  The second one to hear.  If uo one listened to the talc  About his dearest ftiend  When someone chanced to make  a slip  Kiglir there the thing would  end,  The busybodies go about,  And when they hear a hint  They take it and expand it to  About a page of print,  f uo one listened to tlvir song,  Or trl-wl tn lf������irn tli" ������r*,nc,  ITVvM I-,*" obliged to t.ilcc il cu'  1  And try it on the moon,  I  Who doesuot get impatient with  ) The woman or the man  ������V 110 tnea to ue to wmc good  IlltlllC  j A scandal tinted can ?  \ud so a mau should kick him-  j    self  [ Three times around the lot  [ rbo 'ends the fuIIiu:-������������ uf Wo, car  i To listen to their rot.  She giver doesn't do tli** harm  / The one who soaks it in  |wl says, "Well, mavbc that  j    is tight.''  \U guilty of the ������iu.  The general air of optimism  which seems to prevail is evidenced by the residents of this  town. During the spring and  summer, months several new  homes have been built, others  are iu course of construction,  wiih rumors of more to be built,  while many of tho older homes  have been renovated and repainted, the numerous newly  painted houses giving  a   much  .   Onco fignin wo ure culled  npnn  to chronicle tlio death* of it very  much respected citizen.    On Friday morning  last,   Mr,   George  Drown   succumbed to tb*> dread  inalmly, cancer, from which ho had  been suffering for somo timo past.  Thu deceased was tn hi-s lifty-liftli  ���������year of his ngo, anil was a native  of   Whitburn,    Linlithgowshire,  Scotland, coming from  there to  this ci'y three and a half years  ago, whore ho has since  resided,  ���������Mid by his upright character, gain  ed the respect of all classes in   thu  community, whioh was attested to,  hy the tloral offerings and largely  attended fununil, which took" place  from the family residence,  Maryport Avenue,    The burial service  of tho  t'ro'diytorinii  clnm-h,  was  conducted hy Uev. L), McOillivriiy  at tho homo and grave sido,   The  piillboareis   wero    Messrs  John  Thomson, AV 111. Uovoridge,  .John  Matthews, .laino* AbraniH, J),   It,  Miicpouald and  A.  II.   iVaooy.  The decmised leaves to mourn hit*  In*-*, u sorrowing widow and eight  nous, all ol win tin wi.'it,  pre-iont nt  the funeral.   The souk ure James  L.iJulinU, William M., Matthew  Henry, liohort, Georgo D. alt of  Cuiulierlanil. and   Martin   I,. nf  WREATHS.  Miss Edith Thomson. Mr and  Mrs J McNevin, Mr and Mrs Jus  Webster, Mr and Mrs J Brown,���������Mr  and Mrs J Abrams, Mr and Mis A  Somerville, Mr and Mrs A Wulser  Mr and Mrs 1) Walkor.,  &&*&**i*^&*j&&&te4H^&&e&*i*^  THE " ~  CORNER STORE  ���������������>  rr'ra-mmtmmtimmm-mmm.m+mmamim+.'mamm. ������������������������,��������� ���������Mtn'WM  ������fl? tet (Elfllfjtttg Mate in  =        (Eatra&t. ss5S5=s===s  UJo hatojust recoivod our new stylos and sample* of Tailor-mado Clothing ai'd  woald liko yuu t>iii������p������ct them aad let us Uko.vour mesusure. for your New  Fall Suit and Overcoat. Willi tho whole maruot before ur from which to make  selection,,, we coninuo in tho bolicf that tha C. N. & I'., brundof olotliii.g tunde t*y  Coppley, Noyes aid Randall, of Hamilton, has no equal in C&nadi for ������iylo.Dist-  inction, exclusive patterns, flnono-w of tailoring and elegance cf flnish. .?or that  reason we shall derote nil our strength and enorgy to pu&hinK this line of auita and  overcoats for Fall, based on these pHmo facts.  (f y '      "* -���������=^-^  BECAUSE���������They are made of absolutely pure wool  fabrics only.  BECAUSE���������Interlinings as well as woollens are  double shrunken.  BECAUSE���������They have more handwork than any  other clothing of equal cost.  BECAUSE -They have all the distinctive character  istics of fine custom tailoring.  BECAUSE���������They are cut over individual patterns  and are guaranteed to fit.  V ��������������������������� j  U/o bn'levo nt solutely ln the O. K. and R. brand of oliithin^���������that's why vri ask  ,v you to bo.iove. We know it from start to finish. ThJr stair of designors.out  tors, and lailora ropresent nn evolution of the hi^lict skill���������a concentration of ef.  feet, r h.irinbnyofproouolsloh, the resulting output of wh ch juntifloci us in pushing  this line in profercnon to any other, nnd in recommending this olotbi'og ������s tho  BKST MaDE in Canada.   ���������  '  -,  torn  <fr  t  (fr  9  <&���������  9-  9  $*-'���������  *e  fiK-  ?*���������  ���������������'  *>'  ft*  ^,  9  <*���������  tele-  te-  ���������������.  (������  O  9  ,>  9-  ,*<*������������������  1*  .<������������������>���������.  =SU1TS   MADE TO  MEASUREr  {$17 50,   $2000,   $22.50,   $25.00,   $2750,   $30.00,    $32.50      $36.00,   $^7.50,   $40.C0.     ���������".*'   "      ;   ..  $ OVERCOATSJ^AaEJId^|W.EASURE=  ���������jB���������$18:S07-$2t);dt),   $22.50,   $25 00,   $37.50,   $20.00,   $33.00  w      "     '       ' ' ��������� '    '  j J...N. McLEOD pyimSMy*'.  ti,  9-  ,*'���������  YOUR NAME IS GOOD.  mjaimJ^mmH mimmtymymt*s*q^������mf*mm**mWm\  jiiiii,i.*cii uuusvn  Kiviii^    ii     u1111.11    w  i^   y^  oiiKiiter appearance to the resi-1 Abbotsford. II. (\   !t,ter,���������..M tn. 1- g/*- J^  Steamer Princess May is still  (in the rocks at Sentinel Islam)  und is lilcily to bo there for a  tvook yet. The gear that was soul  up 011 tlio yU'iimcr Simla Cruz  was found to bo not strong enough  for the work and additional gear  M'ill havo to no sunt heforo tlm ves  a*l will Hoiit again. At the begin  niiig of tho week tho sti'iimur was  moved a few foot, but that is" as  far as she can go ut present,  A largo patch has Iteen put on  tlio hiitioni of tho steamer, und  ,-ho bus boon pumped out aud i'h  all ready for moving, Sho wuit-  on the rooks at the very liighost  tide, ami during the seasuii of  neap ti'lct, there in no hope of inov  ing hor iiiilcsti with powoiful geiir,  An Minn iis (hat leaelicH the i-*luinl  il in ciinlideiilly e.\pi.rt,*,| that the  i-ii'iiinoi* nill l,e liuatoi] und will  coino tu this port.-- -Tinier  Mr. K. il, (Jill mid  family were  piixnotigors by Saturday's outgo  ing sleaini'i',  mlWm.kiMm*&>  ANYTHING IN  THE  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  *.*')  p.  Pr  ������'  -ri  ,r.->  t-k  (���������"���������)*  tsv  &  (j^*S%fmJfymf\^ill\^m*\^affy mfm*^* ������%^tl>\mmU/Q  STODDART  THE JEWEIXEE  jJJflT* N'ext .loor to the Uoyul flank of Canada, Cumberland.  t  (���������)  Ci)  {������)  (���������)  !,<*)  (i)  (���������>  (!)  6)  <!���������>  (*!>  ������'���������  It)  ^?j^$������&&df������i>i*yi^  If you wiiih to get an nro ma  that is rich, ran, and racy, just  take a walk down to the foot of  Second Street, near where tho sew  or elliptic*, If it would not rival the worst smell** you over smell  in your life and la\ your iimel or  guiH to their utinoHl capacity, then  wo will ailniil tint wo arc in,  judge of fitigranco, If llcso who  aro anxious to seo Johnson knock  ed out c.oiild only in,luce him   t<*  an  <?>  ,������>  i������i  ������  (*>  (?)  <f>  P  (I)  (W  <?>  I.������.  (!���������,'  coim, tu Oiiniberiaml ami sfaiu! in  close proximity to that r.ew; " out:  lot We an' i, 11 r������ I hoy would In* iiiu,,������  than siitislioil; for if th,, st.vngiii  of tluil can't do il, nothing can *<r  will.  Mr. Slii il he We    are   ph'asc.l    Lt.  I learn is.'if'!'1 to l,e out again, after  i being I'onliiii'il  to  his  hoii.-e  SoVenil WCcks with   a  biokell  f'.l*  r>'<&W  Uuiitial portion.  ���������MHH-MMM>  The mcichaiils of this e-iiy arc  complaint'lt-f of the   univ-rnr'cr  a nee of the lights on Saturday  night uniil so late as to mnkfc it  an inconvenience serving cus  toniers.  place at Cumberland cemetery  IK) UQUET3.  M-* and Airs L \V Nunn?, Mr and  Mt- .?������������������������ ������''���������:-' ������- V J������ V.'J.l..,  ,\U������lcr Kddie Wibou, Mr nml Mre  T W il������ou, Mrn Nord and J N,*nl,  Mr aid Mis ll Cesfferd, Mr and  Mis A H I'������MUi,y, Mr and Mis .1 I,  Ur w������, Mr Jus Whbe, Mr and Mrs  j l j-,,*,, ,   . Mr li .Si-HUti., Mrs. Cioj,  ArrniigHiienfs are being made  M, i))(| Mr, lt ������������������ .,,,.���������,   M|J:, A(l ^  ?2/(fciO  Mens Neto c/htumn ^(ecUwearl^  T  We art- sh**wiii'.������ 11 lafcr tn,"*- ������'������������������  foi the aitnmtl Kullv i)av and  Hnrv-st Home services to be  held in the Methodic fhnrrh.  Thf fonner will be held on Set*  'embtr itth, and the latter on  September 35th. Notice* of  each will appear later.  lilt- JilllUII,  C IK'S ���������* liS  Sh ..1..1 M."������ s !>iv������, Mr^nJ Mr������.  J v|.,������i)it'������-*.' Mi .tnu >lr������ J ^ttWon  .dim. t.ht'.** Mnii'lf",  ANtlluii-Mra u Mrr Jno Thorn  lOli.  wear in beautiful patterns and colors, and all !he iiewfst shapes as  IB. 28,35,80 and 75C  New Sweaters, Sweater. Coats, Caps, Hosiery and Shoes  Ladies' An!:!: Strap Slippers in Patent and Bfeid  Ooze Kid for Evening wear.  v^ r\ IV11  D CI Lm Lh    DrxvDi  nsmulr Avenue CumbertJond  i^-r'S" fr i?,ikrlt,s'  'X-t'  :.-.v THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  * His *  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN,  ���������t TUImi A M������ftn*ftit������ M-OeV  Oamrmml, mn. by IteOmn, PkamptACa.  (Continued.) ., ,  "Well, If you don't call tbat aetin'  mean���������right In the middle of canuin'  the tomats. too, yet!" j  "Och, mom, you talk dumtn!" sniil I  her husband, with a disgusted turning1  of his back on her and flinging his,  words behind him at her. "With a'  fortune waitin' fur her at New York]  over, what would she do with stoppiu';  to help with our cannin' tbe tomats? j  She kin afford to buy canned tomats!  out oC the groeery stores and won't |  have to bother no more with pnttin'j  up. I know what a big fortune means  to a person if you don't. I knowed a i  man out west was worth worse'n $~,0,- j  000 yet."  Again    Mrs.    Morningstar    sighed  heavily,   "Eunice." she said, chatmlng:  ber tone to motherly persuasiveness, j  "you'll come to see us now and again,;  ain't?   Vou wouid like to come home  ���������ifcjtere you was raised, still, ain't yon  vioiini"  Eunice looked at her and sliook lier  head almost shudderingly. ;  "Never:" j  "Ain't you got uo gratefulness?",  Mrs. Morningstar exclaimed in "de- *  ���������pair. ' j  "But what." the girl asked gently,  "have I to be grateful to you for?    ltf  seems to me I bave much���������very much!  more���������to forgive.    With *1.000 left to'  ���������snapped Mr. Morningstar viciously, tbe  family habit of browbeating the girl  getting the better of his prudence, for  he knew, of course, that it was unwise  to further offend one who had become  so rich. "This here $3,000 ain't payin'  fur your board, fur it ain't yourn to  give���������lt was mine in the tirst place���������  extorted out of me by force! So you  just come on here and help mom git  supper or you don't eat!"  He emphasized his words by lifting  his hand which held the draft, and Instantly the valuable strip of paper was  drawn out of his fingers. Kinross  passed it on to Eunice.  "lf l may offer a word of advice,  don't pay your board In advance. Eunice. Wait until you are ready to  leave."  Kunlce. smiling, tucked the paper into the bosom of her calico gown, and  in the face of the blank and utter consternation of the family, the two walked away, Kinross calling back over his  shoulder, "Give us a good supper when  we come in aud we will pay accordingly. Poor grub, small pay! We'll be  back in an hour probably."  "/ couldn't riyliUy spare tt," j  me, why was It not penult ted to me  to have own tlio htUo education that  the district hcIkwiI might have given  int>? Hut llicrc," k1k������ added, "you  didn't realize the wrung yon did me.  And It Ih nil In the past, and I Imve  already turned my buck upon my  pusf."  "You'ro tuniln' your back on ns now.  are you':" mi Id Ollle darkly. "We alu't  gottd enough fur you now, are we,  nine-**" you're got ho wonderful rich all  of li middent? 1 uncus you wouldn't  even send iih* ii new drotot from town  tmcot In so often lo pay fur all the old  enm I gov you u'rendy!"  Ana In that little ripple of laughter  \trom Kunlew, "Would you Ilka me to  ���������end yon my ciolhes after I mm* in,  more um, for tlii'in, Ollle'/" sin* lie  quired, a toin'h of giiyely In her voice  and ������ bright color coming Into her  pale clieeliH,   "W'liv, certainly I will."  "If yoa can't send no* u new .me  now mul again, I don't want your old  ohm!" Ollle retorted.  "You amy druw on me. Ollle, for all  the ulll-i droHsc** you can wear," '"twice  Mil) ���������vcklesNly,  Qlllc'H oyoH npnrklotl "Look at bore,  Kuiilre, do you mean Hint tnr really V"  Upon Kunlce reiiHuurliig her owe'*  look of coiiipbHWK-y -irocbm-MfJ Iter  n;-!������!",MA" tn Mm tuni event* hnd Ink-  mn. ������l������ir nil" lieraolf waa ma altogether mint out from a slime in ,u.tu.  "KhiiIci', will yon come Mlih me  ttom'i" Kliinw* a������knl. ������gnln rising nitd  feeling buoyant In the llta*rty which  the new clrcunmtatiM'H wive hlm to  u;,  ������.'",  .'.,��������������� **������K.������tr,il,im),v nnd when  and where they ttoth would, linloim-tnl  avtly ot the government   which  hml  tnat$e bor to IniieeeMlltle.    "|   have  tome tblngt to iIImiim with you."  Kunlce r������������e nt once, th������* pemdvpneaa  ������f her countenance ummi-nlarlty lift*  int am even bin iromj new* for lier hml  aot ran-Mi) It t<> do.  -"Yon haven't the iiui* to fo: there'**  eepitar to make!' l������l������-r}wiK>vt{ Mtv  MornlngMtar from force of habit, m*i  l-eat-h-lty** yet that her relirn wan mi-r  Rnnh* wntb-xf to the floor wlicii  NlnroM wa* holding open tot b������r  "1 am afraid you in*! Ollie will Inn*  fo gmt nn without roe" ah* ������nnl turn-  fit* at tha thtwhotrt. "I hu*** p*A m>  board, yon know, for th* rwt t*t the  tlm* I shall I**- her* ���������-flU**** ������i' t" t*%**  mnd ot neif week. A������ ������ *���������������������������-. r.������������r. ������.f  rmtrae yon can't e������ii**-t nm* to do an*  mark."  "It you do*,'! wuri 'no d,,i������"i ������*tr  CI1APTEU  XXIV.  THEY strolled about together in  the nearby woodland in the  late summer afternoon. There  was so much still that had to  be gone over and explained; yet Kinross found himself quite neglecting the  prosaic details which ought to have  been discussed and, dwetling upon the  far more absorbing theme of the girl  herself, leading her skillfully to those  fascinating self revelations which she  made with such childlike openness and  which, because of her refreshing and  unique genuineness, set her apart In  his fancy from all the rest of her  "false, artificial sex."  Yet just now as she walked at his  side there was a vague sense of disappointment in his heart. His explanation,, given to her while they walked,  of her aunt's noble courage in at once  giving up tbe fortune to her without  hesitation or protest and her readiuess  to return to comparative poverty did  not bring tiie response he bad hoped  for���������an offer to share with the elder  woman her quite superfluous thousands H^xi^_nflt^������^il2JilS__h������1' I"  his, heart for this, but to nttrlbuteTF  to her ignorance both of money and of  what the tie of blood meant. All would  come right, he:was sure, when she had  had a little experience of life if (and it  was a large If, the sudden reaction  from a life of self abnegation to one of  power aud luxury did not make bur  eel lis h.  He was puzzled at the indifference  she manifested when he tried to draw  her luto any talk of her prospective  new life. Not Indifference only; It  seemed actually to make her sad. Oue  would suppose she would delight In  dwelling upon the glories tbat awaited  her. Had she not extolled in her outburst to AIms her freedom to roam at  large "o'er nil this scene of man'/"  "What Is it?" he suddenly questioned  her. "Does your heart fall you at tbo  strangeness ot it nil? But a girl that  can brave a ghost ought to have courage to cope with mere mortals."  She did not reply.  "Tlilulc of It." he urged, "the world  Is before you, with youth, wealth,  freedom, and" (should ho put the Idea  Into her unspoiled inlnd'O���������"and you're  not bad looking, either, Kunlce, and  that means a lot to a woman,"  She lifted hor drooping heail and  Kcuuned hi in from head td foot. Be,  too, was not bad look lug,  "Hoes It iu en n more to a woman than  to a man?"  "It's everything to n woman, A  man���������only so hu hasn't a bump," ho  shrugged.  "Do you mean that Is your opinion,  or only iho opinion of tho world'/"  llo smiled. "Tlio mure world���������nil  over against n,*'? I fear you exagger-  ate the I in port nncp of my opinion!*.  Well. I never seriously asked myself  the question before; but, now Unit It's  [Hit to mc. yes, I do think good IooIih  essential to a woman. Why, naturally!"  "KBsentlal? Essential to whnt?"  "To her being IntereiUltig uud attnc  tlve.������  "Thero wan George Eliot, you know,  At U'HHt 1 Buppoae you know."  "Oh, of course when a womuu In it  genius."  "The (IrenkiJ thought manly iK-amy-  n���������t the feminine���������the highest type."  She was such a combination, lie In  wurdly sinlled, of ignorance uud learn*  Ing  "Oh. tint the Greeks! That was  awhile back n'ready, ������������������ 1'oji Morning  ������lar would ������ny.M  "Mere prettlneoa seems to me of Ill-  lie moment,"  ���������It Is. That lon't whnt I mean. Hut  n wotnnn must be Interowting looking,  :. * <> r.,,..   (im mnut hm pleasing."  "You merin to order to attract the  mniw'f"  He couldn't help It Ho bent hack  !\l������ h*M| and laughed. "You think Unit  of little moment, tool* he risked, quickly Kniiorlng nn ba met her astonish   '     "*Oiii" hm shmrrr-d ntntln, "It  *������h<iii*-. to lw what thmy'n nil occupied  In doing."  "Are iheyT' *bm Mk������t in the wlslful  wnv -the hnd of appetllng tn Idn.  "It Im pitiable. I nuppow*. Hm. then."  he llfUHl hi* eyebrow*, "what would  rou have them be ttf  "Ymir Oeorgmnii would pn-fi-r. -*he  to'd me. the rnrmt of * ���������tudetit and ������  ii-,,<'in-r rMlt#r llwu a domi-'fi    if- "  "Hy ttmeretneair ha repeiiii-d in inn  ���������ie had ilea to her.   A more pollings  joke he had surely nerer perpetrated.  "Oeorglana deceives herself," he  ���������aid. "Georglana would like to In?  fallen In love with, just like Ollie .or  any othor girl. You'll like it yourwlf  some day. Kunlce.   See if you don't."  "Vou think Miss Ellery Is nil those  filings you admire���������'interesting looking." 'not a guy,' -pleasing'?"  "Don't you think sbe is?"  ���������J think her beautiful anil graceful."  "Of ,-ourse she is."  Her head went a little lower ns she  walked at his side for a moment without speaking.  "Are you afraid of your future, Eunice?'^ ho persisted.  A faint color came into her face  "One thing I am afraid of," she softly  answered. "Of a loneliness worse than  1 have ever known."  "That may lie for a little while. Hut  It'will pass. You will find a companion In your aunt. You will make  friends too. And after awhile, inevitably, there will be a lover, or, rather,  lovers."  "You think my aunt will like uie?"  she asked uncertainly.  "How enn sbe help It?"  "You think I am, then, likeable?"  "I like you."  "Oh," sbe caught her breath, "do  you'!"  He felt himself stirred by the soft  Ihrlll iu her voice. But in some respects he was tbe stupidest of even his  stupid sex, and be did not realize the  emotion ber words and tone expressed  "And If I liked you," be tried to eu-  courage her. "you'll get ou with other  people. I'm uot considered a lamb.  So dou't you fancy you're going to be  lonely."  "Rut���������shall I���������ever see yon?"  "Surely." He felt touched by her  helpless, childlike turning to hlm, her  first and only friend. "I often go to  New York and Washington, where  yonr aunt spends ber winters usually.  Rut." lie added, a touch of pathos tn  his tone, "you will soon leiirn to get  on without me, though I seem so ueces-  sary to yon now."  She made no comment, not even a  polite protest  (To be Continued.)  M'GILL'3 NEW SCHOOL  Medical Faculty Has a Fir* Modern  Home.       ������  When the 500 or more students in  ���������neiiicine ot iUeUill assemble ic ��������� another year's work in the autumn they  will laid the new $000,000 Medictti  faculty Bunding prepared to receive  tbuui.  lt is pretty safe to say that none of  the universities ot the world wii. af-  lord iv**? stiulenu and professors a  more practically designed and complete home lor their avocations.  As bmils a inoUcrn medical training  college, tue *u*sl consideration oi the  builders Hhs b'jen hygienic.  BRITAIN'S PERIL.  The "Swadeshi Movement" In  India  and What  It Means.  In the province of Bengal, according to Father Mullnn, who ha;' been  chaplain of tbe British army ot occupation in India for H years, there is  considerable unrest and an agitation  has sprung up known as the "'Swadeshi moveioont " the motto of which is  "India for Indians." This movement,  which is confined entirety to the Hindu race, has a strong hold on the educated Hindus and was fanned into  flame by the partition of Bengal during the vice-royalty of Lord Cur7.on.  The more extreme of the Swadeshi |  lue vauited passages and corridors j adherents advocate throwing off Kng-  GOES TO A HIGH PUCE  PROF. M'FADYEN TAKES OVER A.  FAMOUS CHAIR.  ~~ ~~ED1T0R=0F"PUNGH.~  Owen Seaman Has Infused Life  Int?  a Dying: Institution.  Mr. Owen Seaman who succeeded  Sir Francis Bumand as editor of Kne-  land's historic comic weekly is largely responsible for the revival of inter-  are wuiiiscutted with while tiling,  which linus pli.ee also around doors  and windows, wn-ire wojdeii mouldi.ig  is usuiuiy employed. Where wood is  used ut -oil, it is old oak, chemically  treated to resist lire, 'the lesson'oi  the *;.ist.slrous fire whicn destroyed  tne oiU building and its valuable  museum lias not been overlooked.  Tne ddmniibtrat.oa department and  faculty room are on the McGill College avenue, side ot the building, and  uiu btiuuuitiily finished in oak. Adjoining on tiie campus front are stu-  uen.s libraries itnu reading rooms ol  equally sumptuous design and finish,  the leaded windows bearing in coior-  eu escutcheons names famous in medical anu surgicai' se.encu from Acscui-  apius and uuicudown.  'iliere are two striking tablets also  in tne upper corridors, to tne memory  oi (j.   'a.  Hoimes,   M.D.,   LLO.,   and !  Ii. P. Howard, M.D., LLD��������� ootli lor- j  uier Aiiiis ol ihe faculty. :  Hie class rooiiis and smaller lecture ;  rooms are on tne campus iront side ou ;  tne tiirec stories. ' j  'J he iwo extensions, which run ul- i  most close to tne lioyal Victoria Hos- j  pitai,  ure   devoted   on    the   Avenue j  West   s.ue   to   pathology,   chemistry  and  anaioiny respectively.    Dentistry  also finds a place on the. ground door,  several     demonstration     and    class  rooms  being devoted5 to that  branch  of tne science.  lu the baaenient tlje subjects for  dissection   wid   be   disposed   in    air-  lish rule entirely, while the more moderate look to legislative and administrative reforms. They pride themselves on wearing only dress of home  manufacture and a cardinal plank of  their platform is the support of home  industry.  While Father MuUnn admit* that  tbe movement may be fraught with  crave possibilities lor England, he  thinks the probability of a Swadeshi  uprising only a remote possibility,  "biefly owing to the caste distinctions  which, in his opinion, render anything  in tbe nature of n united India a practical impossibility. Kven in the remote contingency of a general revolt  against BritisH rule, while the insurants would be able to make considerable trouble, in Father Mullan's opinion, they would be speedily suhdii'-d.  The Mahommedans and Buddhists,  niimbpring about 70,000.000, would un-  dou'>t'>dly be on England's side, and  in all probability the semi-independent native chieftains would find it  to their interest to support Kngland  also. Each of these maintains a  standing army, and ns these hillmen  nre fierce .fighters. Father Mullan cannot see'that' tbe comparatively weak  towlanders would have much of a  fighting chance.  The more rabid of the Swadeshi, he  sav's, ooint to the fact tint India's  population is ouite 300.000.000. and  thnt they are being held in subjection  by an army of less than 100,000. One  of these lenders some time ago in urging his followers, made the statement  tight receptaci.es, and preserved by | thnt if ea0]j one o{ India's population  an .alcoholic, arrangement of great | hut lifted a pinch of mud nnd dropped  ���������practibility. An enclosed special ele- ; jt on the English, the aggregate would-  vator will convey subjects to the dis-,1 be sufficient "to overwhelm th'Mn.  secting room on the third story. These \ mdia. in the opinion of Father Mul-  arrangeinents are of* peculiar interest,! lan, js a countrv of unlimited possi-  ind-mpiesfciiijhejjite^ hilities, possessing a vast territory, a  tomicai education. ~        pl^h^a^n-d-fprtile^oilT-and-a^vuidat^aLl  The  eastern extension is fitted up | climate which permits the successful'  for museum purposes. Its distinguishing feature is a'central lighting  tower, surrounded by niassiv **. pillars,  and low-tiled walls, with handsome  hatchments displaying the special  coat of arms of the faculty. .Tne two  'lower floors will contain the patholog.  ical specimens, the uppermost Dr.  Sncpherd's  collection.  'Jhese large apartments are at present being titted up with steel and  glass air-tignt cases of uncommon  design by Messrs. M Edwards and  Co,, of Syracuse, N.Y.  Ihe building itself was erected by  Messrs. i'. Lyoll ujid Co., and is af  fireproof construction, stone, tiles and  steel being the structural material  employed. Like so much that is connected witli the upbuilding of what  is best in Montreal, the beneficence  of Lord Striilhconiti is represented in  the new structure, as is the honorable  memory oi other merchant princes of  thut city.  cultivation of every description of  grains, fruits, vegetables, etc. It is  capable of being developed into one  of the richest countries on the globe  instead of being, as now, one of the  very poorest.  AVIATION IM .ENGLAND.  Feat of a Briton Over the Waters Di-  viding France and England.  Though the Enelisji were the'last  to achieve triumphs in aerial naviga-  tion'lbey hav* made up for apparent  clilntoriness ir, the astonishing flight  of Charles S. Rolls, who crossed from  Dover, Eng.. to Calais, France, in a  British aeroplane, recently, and after  manoeuvring over French soil, returned   to Dover,   thereby crossing   the  OWRN SHAMAN,  est in this publication which hns taken jilare in recent years.   Previously  its lortunes were waning.   His recent  idon of publishing in sequeiice nil the  cartoons on the IhIb Kins.whieli hnd  appeared in it* enlumtis "lurin������ the  monarch's   lllcliniii,   wm   a   nuister-  stroke, and hi** odo on the King wan j  tho best which iippcnral dospito the I  fact  thai  more  imteil  versifier? had ]  tried their linml? nt the name task, j  Mr. 8,'fimiin holds that there I* more I  genuine humor in the English people |  tluin in nny other race. (  The Triumph of  Nlklich, I  In   his   early  day������,  Herr   Arthur!  Mkisch, Hie fa'iiniiH conductor,  who i  has been   fulfilling   foine   Important  ItO'idon oiigngi'murit'*, wnn   appointed I  ���������o oofxluct a performance of "Tiinti-  hiiiiKcr"  at   tlic Leipzig Opera,    He  was but n yoiHi*/ clwiriM mn tor ul lb-*?  time, and the orchi'slni absolutely re-  fused to nlny under ������o youthful a con.  ductor,   Tli*',v were only induci',1 to do *  m when a director ���������������ul,l that It 1h<*y '  were of the sniil,' uiiii<l after the own |  tare hnd been pluyiif they could then |  nnd (here huml In itieir resiptiHtioii**, j  Tho avcrtu.ro wim a veritable triumph  for Nfklt-eli. awl with profii'*,' apolo.,  gh'n Ih*> orclientni offered lii������i their  crn-gmt illation*, |  A Olffirint Place. j  "Don't unp !������> lonj   wor,l������,"   paid ;  nn Hiiliior.     ui, un,- v������������^ ;������ V. ..,!',  h) li.'oi. uod ii' I, town f,"������llnp h������i������ide i  the river I eniim out on the plmtunn |  and drew in deep breaths ol the pur.-,  delicious nir. I  " 'lun't this liivlBoriitlnef'' I #Hld lo i  the ttrakemiin, j  " ���������}������������������.   -if lt'������ rnn^inlirteken," tuiii '���������  he."  Admiral's Long; Career,  One of the few Canadian officers of  the British navy arrived recently in  Montreal, where ho was honored with  the degree of LL.D, from Met!ill Uni.  vernity. He is Admiral Sir Archibald  Douglas, Grand Commander ot the  Victorian Order and a K.C.B., since  1002. He was born ut Quebec in 1842,  the son of Geort'is Mollis Douglas, ot  Unit. city. Ho was educated nt Que.  hoc High School and as a boy of four-  teen entered the nnvy as a midshipman on thu "Boschwen," flagship of  the North America and West Indies  squadron, He won rank successively,  as follows: Lii'ukuiunt, l-iiil; commander, 1872; captain, lb!*; vice-admiral,  11101. Since U1U7, ho has boon on tho  retired list, He served in tho naval  brlKiuie in Congo and Gambia iti 1840  Hinl from tnV,i lo 1875 was director nf  tho JiipaiioHi! Imperial Naval College;  lie snw service in Egypt In l**4 nnd  was coiiimandcr-iii't'lijel oi the squadron in the East Indie* Jn. 1808 and  lSlfflj a Lurd of tho Admiralty from  18W to I WW, coninii,nder.in.chiof ol tho  North Atlantic and Wost lnditm squadron from 10112 to 1004, nnd commander  nt Portsmouth, 11KI4 to 1007. Hu held  the honorary post of A.D.O. to the  Into Queen Victoria, in fl Knight of  tho Legion of Hoimr (Kriincn), 1st  Class Jijsiiig Sim (Japan), umi 1st  class, Order of Nnvnl Merit (Spain),  He hns many friends iu Canada,  Young Knox College Scholar, Who-  Goes to Take the Department ot  Old Testament Literature and Exegesis, Is the Unanimous Choice ol  Scottish Assembly���������The Man He-  Succeeds Is a Famous Theologian.  The cable dispatch from Glasgow,  Scotland, announcing that the General Presbyterian Assembly had up-  pointed Prof. McFadyen, of unox  College, Toronto, to the chair of Old'  Testament literature and exegesis iti.  the United Free Church College, Glas.  row, wus no surprise to the academic*  in Toronto who knew the worth o" the-  foung Scot. This high position was  tield for a number of years by Prof-  Beorge Adam Smith, and by that dis-  Unguished scholar and theologian it.  made the premier position in connection with Old Testament study in  Great Britain. Prof. Smith was recently m(ide principal of the Univer-  lity of Aberdeen and it was thought*  linpilr  ���������die an  around  I.   Tfiaf  ��������� MWifr  Mor-i-titita-A. "Koir, why. mny  *t������ you rail tn������f oiCiwr  ������������������V.tit Mid yon formd hat."  nwrrmi faintly, bar ryta on tin  ���������Oh**' h** noMrd. oetlghtru,  frit (*,,���������* rriHitfk of bt"- h:,<I  gttm hrr mortt totat tnr ������i^-ulnil.ni  Wmii-l h<������ l#tt*i������r t#ll h������r b*'d ott'r tmon  fnnDne:* lint ������l������* wooWnt ui,it<-r������i,ntd  ������r ���������#��������������� th# potnt (what sta* itv ;������.������������!.  anrrnn*'-,, ami wmr#Ii������������ be f>if (in  *--\'vn>->nr-*m in e-fplalnlnt* to l������-r that  Swlmmlni Holt Fer Beys. |  Tho WokiiiB, Kng.. Urban Council:  have jiiul r-om|������Jeled 1)10 coi)*lrurtioii'  of bii open-air ������wlinniii������g.bnth at lb< |  Constitution Hilt Recreation (Iround. |  Siiiool hoy wb*n f��������� ,<hnrg# ot ma*- i  tern, will I* fi'lowl t'*" ������������������������> il *>*������> i  hath on pnymtMit tl n farthing aach,  nnd gro"M*-u(i������ t ������* ������ !��������� >"���������>���������  Uli* wvparia*. |  \A*a flutter',* i������ :��������������������� intMw imig. tbt  loriitmt ot im* Btvut lafciM. ���������  Pada Haimiauara. *  Tit* raupl* Jh-rn of I'lin* m tnmt te- ���������  ���������iMiii'*^ mft^nt tfN������tr ia-f>if������iii,Hi. nml It j  m ImomhI fntiii faiher m mm, fur cftri. i  ff-NiM-,-*. K<"' t������ ras|i|> k*^ lainllf na������ I  iu .������������������������������ dmtt)<-i. rtttih i������ iniM-riiMl i.y \  the ,-nMmi arai crjttd, tnMnn.  What Hi Wm Delng.  It U Miid that some year* ago a  mayor of Toronto who wan anxious to  iimioar extremely busy, mode ������ point  ������f attempting to uurpriM certain offl-  oinls, in order to catch them In neg������  Ject or Idleness. Thin course of ac*  linn on Ihe part of the chief magi-*-  trntu did not lend to an overwhelming popularity, and   ho   noon found  llllllM-II reuuiiMid "ii'., . 1.1:'" I'"  j���������r i ted tn tit" ovi-r-fenlou* vigilance,  however, but mode no alarming dis*  coveries,  One morning hw������ arrival at Ihe City  Ilnll nl the hour of eight and pro-  eeeded to the office of Dr. Charles  Winnnl. to hnd ihat digullary in hli  khirt sleeves atihoroeu in vim tu.U u'  Hie day.  "Dear me." exclaimed HU Worship  mildly, "What are you doing here fo  earJyf"  "Minding my own buniness," wan  the laconic reply.  Want   Monuments ColtttUd.  Buried at the old cemeteries in Sen*  dy   Ifilf, "ttrirtii,  which  the oity Is  oorivertimr into a public park, are ten  or twelve llritinh ������mtdieri*, for-ner sap-  i������ers and miners. ������h������ came her-* and  hiijH the Hidf-Mii Canal lo������-k������ iirior to,  |M������0.    Now   tbi* city  in  matting the  ehanrv. Mayor H������:<#well ha* reeelverl  th# m't*i*v������tii.Ti from CharW King and ,  otlwi* t'..iV 'uLtitarj" ni''n <>f tha **i*fw i  ���������hou'ii uni,i- in collectiiiii the mono-'  ini'titu <if   t������,e*e  old   ������*r,Hier������,   one of*  whom,  {{eulx-ri   TM������'*������l/*"r,   taught   at,  Trafalger   ������ii*vl<-r   X*-l*on.   and   bare  lh*m plawj at B*-eehi-.i*>J tVnielery ''  CHARLKft S, I������OM,S.  chnniH'l twice without alighting. Ho  Is Ihe fourth man to fly over fh<> ohun.  nfl--Louis llleriot, Henry Karuam  nnd Comti* do Liissen prccdlng liin,--  nnd Ihe first to make Ihe round Irip  without interruption.  Mr. Hollk i* a thorough bred English  snort. He Is no stranger to wind cur.  rents in the upper latitudes, having  made 10*1 lifillfHui Hsci'iisinnn and has  made a flight with Wilbur Wright nt  Mans, France, in Jf)03, fn bicycling  nnd ���������lulomobiUrig he is also an expert  and haa won many Irophieu, He i������  the Hon of the hour in IJngland on fl-v  count of hie remarkable victory in  the uir.  Romantle Matrimonial Venture*,  Thn denlh of tho ninth Rarl of  Stamford recalls Ihe romantic unions  of the two previous holders of the  tt������lii Hl������ nnelo. the eighth earl, '"ho  died in IHIW, wa* mnrned Uir*-e uiiiw,  III t-ucti *.*������*������ in u ii'iiiniii, iii luimrilc  birth. Indeed, his third marring,' was  lo n woman of color in South Africa  named Martini Solomon, who hnd  formerly been a nervntil In hi* hou������e,  The seventh earl, who died in 18ft),  u.,t.������ki ,'. j. ;..���������.'.'���������'''-'"'H t*iv-f,r(tn nrtnicd  Killy Owk������. Alter the marriage Udy  Slumlord succeeded in ������ecuriiig 1 box  al the opera immediately adjoining  the royid box. When Queen Victoria  dl������covi*r,-d thin fhe refunwl to attend  the opera ****hi|i������ Lady Stamford <neeu������  pied the ������<l|"inlrur box. Lady Stum.  fori (i'vlnre-f thnf fhf������ Ouwh might  ple������.i- her������fll and slock to her box,  with thf r-enlt that the f,p, ra aaw no  nn.i.  of tiie Queen tlmi "-h������ui,.  A Ptstenan Artist. ���������,  A \/,ndon ixwlmiin '��������� nn aftalneil the  distinction of having a pltinre hnnt  *N������Tt tV tin*" at the hirthcomint  Roval Academy exhih'"-������i. Mr. flam-  n*������l M. M������n������������-k U ilw tltH innti fn  tbe pnstaf amtxiro to ne-Himrr ihl������  honor. Alt IU* tci-ure time ha* he-en  devotni to |������ir>l,)ie. tlv.ii"h be hm  -never l.a J an$ imiIKkw ii. the a������t.  VROF. .7. 15,   M'FAYnEN.  that his successor would be some ol if  -countty-_sc.holax^_bALJLll8_Sable a,^_  nounees the unanimous selection by  the General Assembly in Edinburgh  the other week of the brilliant'young,  professor of Knox College.  Prof. McFadyen has been teaching.'  in Toronto for 11 years, where ha was  appointed  immediately  after graduation.    He   now   succeeds  his  former  teacher in the leading position 0' it'-  kind in the old land.   In this country  his work has won for him the respect  of his colleagues and of the students  who have come  under his  influenc,"  and the confidence and esteem of thd  church  to which he belongs, and  it  has commanded the attention of eminent scholars and  JJiblica! students  both in the United States and Great-  Britain.   As a student at Glasgow nnd  Oxford he won a distinguisln'd, place.  As a teacher and an exponent of Old  Testament exegesis his contribution;*.  to religious and theological literaturi-  hiive placed hitn in the front rank as.  a scholar and a writer of purmunent-  value on these subjects.   He is gener.  ally conceded to be a modem scholar  of the highest rank, a teacher of un*-  common power and u Biblical student  of the most devout type and his departure from the Dominion will be a  distinct loss to the church to which*  hu   belongs.     Prof,   McFadyen,   although perfectly   satisfied   with   hi*  position in Toronto, feels bound to accept the flattering offer of the General  Assembly of Scotland and will leave  (or lirit-in in u few months.  All the King's Horses.  General satisfaction is felt by all:  turMovers 011 account of the ������n-  iiouncf-mcnt that King George haunt rusted the royul racing stud to th*.-  Karl ot Derby until the end of the  present year. Hi������ lordship in ono ol  the most popular members of the  Jockey Club, und,-of course, it wa*  one of his ancestors who eitublinhed  "The Derby" In 17S0. Apropos of the  Karl of Derby's sporting tauten, nn  amusing story is fold of nn incident  which occurred when ho wiih first,  elected to I'urlianiont in im. He  had Invited <iiit-ntion������ at one of hh  meetings, and a voice called out,  "Can you give u������ n tip for to-morrow'* rucuF' Lord Stanley���������he did  oot auoooed to the earldom until two-  foars ago���������did not liositiitc a moment,  ������������������Veil," ho finid; "I'm backing sucli-  ind-such a horse," and hu gave tin*  name, Tho borne won, ami Lord  Btanley waa ndurnml at the head ol  the poll. The earl has done some uni--  Jul Parliamentary work, and wa������  Poatmaster-Gein'ral tor three years.  "Air Fer the Maim."  That seems to be tho motto of Lord!  Keith, the founder of Kmpire Day,  judging by his efforts to maintain old"  ind ori'iito new open spaces for thc-  Metropolii. Lord Roeobery once rc-  marlred "ff Menth had his way he  would putt down the whole 01 i<oii"  1/011 l*i ui#av ������ miitdcu "I It f**r Hu In  habitants." I^>rd Moath founded the*  UetropolHaii Publie Garden Amochi-  tion. which Iim for its object the eon-  verting ot waste apaces and disusrif  churchyards Into pleasant places and  l.������������\.n .! . ' H" ''���������"��������� A*o done  much good work in connection with  Church reform, friendly ���������oeictiei, and  boy*' brigades. In a word, to quote  otto admirer, he la a man who never  fails lo u������e what Influence he pon-  iomcs for Ihe benefit of the less for*  lunate.  New War Lecemeffve.  In Iht Long V'allcjr nt Mdmnhnl ������h������^  War Oflice b������������ condorted a numVr  of interesting trial* wtfh nn impfore<F  model of the military locomotive of  the tyiw which, lor want of a better  name. w������������ -railed, on account of the  curtail*) cofiitruclion of Its wheels, the  "Catentillar." The J-x-omotive hauled  a t>ixiy>p������������iiHlvr gutt mad by the itnyn)  Garrison Artillery with comparauve  a***- over ditches and obsraele* of aU  etttu. I  if  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The Doctor's Answers  By  Dr.  Lewis' Baker.  The questions answered below are general in char-  acter; the symptims or diseases are given and tiie ���������answers will apply io any case of similar nature. Thoae  wishing furtner advice free, mav addresg Dr. Lewis  Baker, Col'ege Bldg., Collece-Elhvood Sts., Dayton.  Ohio, enclosing self-addressed envelope for reply. If  unable to obtain any of the drugs mentioned of  your regular dru-gist,, go to some proirinent large retail   drug   store which is sure to be well stocked.  KM.'3 POULTICE WOLL0P2RS.  GIVEN UP BY HfS PHYSIGiAN  HOG RAISING IN ALBERTA  "rRUIT-A-TIVeS**. THE FAMOUS  FRUIT MtOICINC, SAVCO HIS Licit.  *>*>~m~.m ������������������������������������������������������ 4*<~������������������������������������ ******** m*t������,,  George B.���������Ycu state your svmp-  toms are constant thirst, feverishness,  pains in the back and groin, swelling  of the -ankles, puffs under th-v eves,  inflamed eyelids, painful, smarting,  and1 frequent urination, sleeple snoss,  catarrh, etc.. end you ars correct in  ���������surmising that your kidnevs and  bladder need a good tonic treatment.  Hav anv well-stocked druggist mix  the following: 1 ".i. fl. ext. buchu.. 1  oz, comp. ft. balmwort and 4 ozs. comp  syrup sarsaparilla. Take a teaspoonful before or after meals and  one when retiring. Drink plenty of  water between m������als. Eat slowly.  Abstain from alcohol. Continue treat-  6 to 8 weeks.  George W���������You have dyepeDsia, if  your symptoms are, bloating and belching, pains in the stomach, foul  hreath, headache, weakness and  dizziness. You should avoid pastries  and sweets for some. t<me and take a  teaspoonful after each meal, of the  following:  3 oz. e?������en*-*e of pepsin, 1 oz. comp.  essence caTdio) and 2 oz. syrun of  ginger. Mix. The foregoing 'will usually correct and cure any case of  Indigestion or dyspepsia.  Frank���������Your extreme thinn<"8s is  unnatural. You should weigih 25  pounds more. Your trouble is due to  inability of the digestive tract, or  alimentarv canal, to absorb the proper elements that go to make flesh and  fat from the food taken into your  system. I know many who have  pained a pound a day for 30 days  through the use of the following prescription. Your sister will find _ it  very strengthening, while increasing  her weight. You can both use it to  great advantage.        ���������     ,  3 ozs. essence of pepsin, 3 ozs. syrup  hynophosphites comn., 1 oz. tincture  cadomene, (not cardamom), and I  oz. comp. essence, cardiol. Mix. Take  ������ tea-spoonful   after  meals  and  one   ***���������!  before re-tiring,,,," Continue for 30 to  'JO days. i  Mrs. S.���������Your complaint is a very  common one and is commonly termed  "whites." In reality it is leucorrhea,  and if permitted to become chronic  is v*>ry weakening and causes many  complicated female  diseases. :  Write me again, giving full name  and address and all symptoms, and I \  will mail you prescriptions and out-1  line a thorough curative traatmeut for  all female diseases.  Business Man.���������Your condition is  not beyond hope. Timidity, insomnia,  nervousness and- inability to act  rationally and naturally as a healthy,  vigorous person wo-iild, can soon be  overcome, and abounding new health  can be felt surging in rich, red blood  through the entire system if the following trsatment is faithfully adhered';  to, Use the following powerful, though  harmless nerve tonic in tsaspoonful  doses 3 to 4 times a day: Comp, fluid  balmwort 1 oz., comp. essence cardiol  1 oz., tincture cadomeno comp. 1 oz.  (not cardamon), and comp.*^ syrup  sarsaparilla 3 ozs. Mix all together.  City Lass���������The following formula is  said to be used by a noted beauty  specialist for increasing the flesh of  the bust, arms and neck. If prop-jrly  used it should prove very satisfactory  and round out your figure as.desired:  Comp. tincture cadomene 1 oz. (not  cardomon), glycerine 2 ozs., rosswater  3 ozs., and 1 teaspoonful of borax.  Mix. Shake well and. apply to the  neck, arms and bust, rubbing and  massaging until complet-dy absorbed.  Then wash the parts treat?d with hot  water and soap and dry thoroughly.  Then massage with olive oil or sheep  tallow. Apnly morning and night for  asveral weeks or months as the case  may require. "*       .    '  Fred:���������Ask your druggist'to prepare  you a solution of boracic acid with  inhich" to ..treat your inflamed and  watering eyes.  JAMS'* DINGWALL, tam.  Things Not Generally Known About  the Army Doctors.  Known to the irreverent as the  "Linseed Lancers" or the "Poultice  Wallopers," the officers of the Royal  Army Medical Corps have undergone  ������ good many vicissitudes.  In the old days the army "saw-  bones" was attached lo a regiment,  followed it every where, and often  spent his life witn it.  Nowadays, however,   with the   ex.  ception of the Household troops, army i  medical officers are appointed, not lo  regiments, but to garrisons, and uie i  constantly   being   moved   from   onej  garrison town to another. |  The modern army doctor, therefore,;  haa army rank, but, at the same time,  his executive powers are limited.   He  can only command men of his own  corps. - ' , .."  Candidates must be between twenty,  one and twenty-eight years of age, and  at the time of appointment must b������x  registered under the medical acts in  force in the United Kingdom.  They have- to undergo an entrance  examination oh purely medical subjects, and their character, health, etc.,  being satisfactory, they are appointed  on probation.  While   on   probation,    the    officer  .undergoes  a two  months'  course at!  .the Royal Army Medical College oni  hygiene, pathology, tropical medicine,!  inilitary surgery, and military medical1  administration.   Then he goes to the!  Royal Army Medical Corps' School of!  Instruction  at   Aldershot  for   a  two  months' course in the technical duties * excavate?  of his corps, in each case having to   "I'upii���������To holler out.   "  pass an examination at the end of the     "Give a sentence    containing  course.   , : word."  All being well, his probationary "a boy  period now expires, and he becomes a' licks him  full-fledged officer of the R.A.M.C.  The   army   doctor's   pay   is   fairly!    A P  i Mr. Sorenson Tells How He Made Hog|  Raising a Successful j  Venture j  j By N. K. Sorenson, Markerville, Alta.!  I    I use in my hog business eight acres!  j of land bordering upon  the  Medicine;  : River.   The slope towards the river is  covered  with  brush, and  the  rest of  j the land is partly in native grass and ���������  ' partly   seeded   down   with      mixed;  ; grain for pasturage, which is a great  ' help to keep pigs in good growing condition.  The principal building provides  pens for some 50 hogs, and in one end  of it I have a feed room with tanks for  storing water and buttermilk. The  feed room is surrounded on three  sides by feeding yards fenced in and  they  are  arranged  so  that hogs  of si^ep  PILES  You will find relief in Zam-Buk I  It sases the turning, stinging  pain, stops bleeding and brings  ease. Perseverance, with Zam-  Buk. means cure. Why not prove  this ?   AU torvggUti and Storts.-  toabox.  am buk  9^/*\r*\ct% I  Home Trouble*  n ,..,,     J������bs���������What's the matter, old man?  ni ami"iou look as if you hadn't had any  ,    A, _ . ������*������   of :s|m.   \W luii,,,:,  i nearly the same size are fed together.  New baby?  Wn Wown, ������������}i j J������'r J7* '908. j 6utskle"of The" re^uTr" f-Jed ^rd-Ti have'^ oKii*" ^''^ ������'d en������Ugh *  l}j-ln':.^fJ.,mJ. ���������]'_'��������� i!0?. 5hruVlc   !iav? other buildings used principally,   Constipatioii and no doctor, or remedy, ; for breed sows whenever I find it ad  I ever tried helped me.  "Fruit-a-hves" ��������� visnble to separate them ftom the rest;  Digby, N.8:  ������,-.....���������.,_ A _ ������,       i    !        .       i -""'"ie *->J ������������ptvittie mem trum me rest: DlgoV. IS S:  I   uPahyadau������ck of B?ADDERPm5   while "?,?, HS weU '"- *tnv "tacks i MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., Limited.  f^ve me up bot ''Priiff-Liv^v S j H1G f������wf See-m to prefer ,arr0������n������ m: ,wns, h^ c������ m el^en Pfcees' by-a  my life    I ������m now over eiehtv ve������rs th? bushes ln s���������"���������*-                        '^nrb^ Wlre fence-   Three of the cuts  o^i-w'.nri 7row%  t^Mnd !  .My bunch o{ ho^8 is of the York-,'-("na" ones)    healed ������ soon,   but the  "Fr.,i..B.tivcs" for  Coustipatiou  and i shlje breed, bred from registered stock i ������'^^ became foul  and rotten, and  Kidney Trouble". I ?nd consisted in February, 1909,. of, 1: though I tried many kinds of medi-  (Signed) JAMES DTNOWALL. '           "  50c a box, 6 for $2. qor-or trial box, 25c  ���������at   dealers   or   from    Fruit-a-tivea  Limited, Ottawa.  boar, 13 sows and 27 young hogs forifines they had no beneficial result. At  ; fattening. During the year the brood i '.ai*'���������? doctor advised me to use MIN-  , sows had 17 litters, totalling 138 pigs ��������� A.RD s LINIMENT and in four weeks  I of splendid vitality farrowed as foi-1 J'in.1e ,over-v s01"e was healed and the  I lows: 8 litters in March, 5 in May and' bair has grown over each one in fine  ���������4 in August.   I bought 65 half grown i cond,ltlon;   Thp Liniment is certainly  boss for fattening between September i woncle������ul m its workiiig.  Ready With the Goods  Teacher���������What  is  the  meaning of  Uth  and  November  15th,  1909.    In  ; February last I had 35 pregnant sdwsi   Witness. ?e������y Walker  j and  2 boars,   having sold  altogether' __________  the 1 207  head  during  the  year.    During  JOHN R. HOLDEN.  ..      -   ��������� r , -,   Her Father���������"What wa3 that piece  pregnancy the_ sows are fed on oats;; ybu thumped but. Sis?"  A  boy  excavates  when  his  papa: otherwise barley is.the; staple grain!    Daughter (at the piano)-" *A Sons  ration..   In my experience-the young <��������� Without Words ' dad "  ,.., tl . 1    -4u       iT.-n.   ,.   , ?������8  8n������w  Je8������  vjtalUy  when  their i    Her Father-"I don't blame any guy  _, , .   - -,,,-��������� -'ill That Lengthens Life.���������To the! dams have beeh fed largely on bar-! for not writing words to it "���������  g<^' ,certaillIy  very  g(>od compared !'man who is a Victim of indigestion 1 ley. *=,,���������>" Aul "������t writing woras to it.  w.th that of a regimental officer.   As> the transaction of business  becomes!    Separate feeding yardo* are provided  a lieutenant he ��������� geta. 14s. a day, as un added misery. He cannot concen. [ for the small pbs where they can al  against the 6s. 6d. per.diem, of the, ti ate his mind" upon his tasks and lo.s, ways find barley whole" or eround  ordinary subaltern; but then he is and vexation attend him. To such a and fresh buttermilk' It is verv im'  usually an older man.*    ^ : man^ Parmelee's Vegetable Pills oflet  portant to have the'small pigs feed-  ������nlv **?*&"?'������,* army doctor gets relief. ^A course of;treatment,- accord-. ing ^eH when th     are      ^       d  ���������only ]5o. fad. a day; but then he can ing to,directions, will convince him of; they should bo fed liberally  become   a ^ captain   in   about   three their great excellence.   The/ are con-  keep a clean skin and a coo  years, as against the six to nine years fidently   recommended   because   they b  that it takes the regimental officer to, will do all that is claimed for them.  "get his company."   Moreover, after:  ���������   seven years' total service,  the army |_ "What business did you say    Miss  Canadian Pacific Railway  Summer Tourist  Excursions  TO  Eastern  Canada  AND  Atlantic Coast  WEST  TO  Pacific Coast  doctor gets 17s. a day, and after ten!Gadie , was    in?"      "Oh,    she's    in  years' total service he waxes fat on everybody's  business."      "Wholesale,  a guinea a day. !eh?"   "Yes,* except when it comes to a.. ������'.������p,������^,"������viT;i  * lw" ^"^l  A   major gets  from  ������1  3s. 6d.   to "bit of scandal.   She retails that."   -.-  -l-il?���������e .^el !very ^ but only,, what  ^LJs^flj_day,,_aecojding_to-length-ot  so as to  good appearance, without lfcing fat.  I start fattening the pigs when they  are 3 to 4 months old, and give them  all the barley chop they will eat and  any buttermilk which "is not heeded'  for the small pigs.   1 feed regularly  Corns and wnrts disappear when  treated with Holloway's Corn Cure  without leaving a scar.  He was a touah prisoner of forbidding aspect. "Prisoner.at the bar,"  said the Recorder, "do you challenge  any of the jurymen?" "Challenge  'em!" grunted the ruffian, "why, I'd  fight the whole lot of them with one  hand tied behind me."  they will eatL.up_d.eaiu  FOR THE SKIN AND SCALP  Because of its delicale,   emollient,  , sanative, antiseptic proMrtkaJMxcd,  service, a lieutenant-colonel from ������1'   The destructio-i of the house fly is aL. 1 toy. \ 10 tli 1     1      f^.   ?      the PUrest of cleansing ingred-'ents and  10s. to ������1 15s., a colonel. ������2 5s.. and a public duty.    Almost   all   boards of j ���������J^'-Jv���������i ������������������ 12" oot ,r'ugh and jt 6>ves most refreshing of flower odours, Cuti.  '���������"    ''"            ,--,1,-  : "  j-   room-for ten hoMi WBPr n*n.    .nri. ������----8 unrivalled for preserving,  ind  beautifying  the  skin.  NERVOUS SYSTEMS  TRAVEL EAST  VIA  Lake Route-5 Steamships  each week between Fort William, Port Arthur and Owen Sound,  Fust Express Truin Daily between Winnipeg anil Toronto,  Through   Conches   and   Stooping  Cars  and   Dining  Cats  on  all  through trains.  For tickets and nil information   apply   to    any     ticket    ngent  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY,  c. e. Mcpherson,  General Panenger Agent, Winnipeg, Man,  surgeon-general ������3 a day; while, if he health are now carrying on a crusade: ������������������!S'1(!{;-ten ."������Ssi larger pens    and cura Soap is unrivalled for prese'rvine  become a deputy-director-general. our against it,   A bulletin recently issued  s������ ���������   ,      gS !"medl glVes to������ muchl purifying 111 *  1 militarv    "Ur������h    ^au-vit'     vi"       1-"  -*1---  ^������*"S������i������������  n^..rt������v.w.������������i  ~*nir.c  oisturDance. .   lne  op,is  nr*>  olf������anorl, D/inir.   i..,;*  ������1,500 a year, and if he reach  of the tree and becomes director-)  al of the Army Medical Service, *.z,wu ��������� ��������� ^������������������.������.������.v5..������.:, ������..*������ -��������� .���������������".   ^..o..-,    , , ,     ,              v,--.,';--.--���������-������������������-. ��������� ,--. i--..��������������� v..,86,.,R ���������, VMC ,,uifs, me  per annum will be his reward. towards extenrunating this menace to! h0lu^iy ciean and the ������kin free from;cause of many disfiguring facial erup.  These rates of   pay   are generally the public health. *                               , scurf.                                                      Itions.   All who delight in a clear skin,  substantially increased by extra pay  i    ln ord,er. to sp!vure, t"6 best results '���������soft, white hands, a clean, wholesome  for holding certain appointments. For Old Man���������You'd better stick to the;'we. m.U8t ,kefP  the hogs comfortable scalp and live, glossy hair, will find  example, the medical officer in charge ranch, boy.                                           | and   * treat ��������� them   kindly.   A hog so; that Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint.  of a hospital gets from'2a. 6d. to 10s. "When a lawyer can make $30 an j'"��������� ed should gain on an average* ment realize every expectation,  a day extra, according to the nfmber hour in New York?   I guess not."       ]-< lbs., per day from the day it is 1 , ���������   ^������    . 1 ... ,        ,������,. . ������ 1    fflPPntllA/,       ,lnl,l       j.       ...       C      w,���������_AU^ -1.,     I "\\/l������n*'���������     i,. ~     ......1      1   of beds; an officer holding an appoint-  ment as specialist gets 2s._ 6d. a day  'extra; and in one way or another the  army doctor can add to his income.    I  \yith average luck an army doctor,' . ���������   SffinlfitW Sryeat-St S ^J^f^l^1^'  at the age of from thirty-one to thirty.:     -tOnOlttOIl Ot the BlOOO.  eight���������and another ten years should i,  see him drawing at least  ������1,000 a;  yHe has a certainty, and when he ' ^.Ifi. ^lowti ,h������" How^manv'. ������������f feL^'fSu } W1X t,1R pt>w,v������-!   To!e������raph E������litorTHere'B a Ont rate  retiros-which he must do at flfty-livo, ^ffi^^'^M- *..,.. ������tLJ���������l': [^K01 2-m '"Jshels of harloy, or.l34,-'nrt.clo froin Kentucky,  unless ho is a colonel���������thero  sion waiting for him, ranging  a day after twenty yours"  service as^uch, and thirty years' .^iJffjS,', and nervous hSlow^  In the old days   India:, army doo.?& ."toiio ���������������"'the'blood 'llKupffi! *^l*"'^JZ W"* ���������* (I"-!  ors often made fortunes out of ,,U jH wmi   tho   necessary   oli'tnonts to! P������������������ ������' ��������� "������'.^������ot������l. ,  ending rujiihs, who were only  o*. de.! ll0Ur,Hll Hnil t()���������0 up ���������10 nerves and,: ���������,,As( ' ���������" fi Vft,Ufi of ������'���������������   l',),"��������� inyolv- i  hfhoHlJ2i ,,"tnd1ov.er the equivalent j the cause being removed, nature does' d/i������Vi     /'T?,"'"   "   "m,,,"r of   ,n''1  farrowed until it is 5 months old. I "What's the most extravagant thing  , Heyond that age every'pound of train;'" married life " asked Dorothy,  in weight costs more than under that!"Sometimes," said 'the bachelor  age. My hogs have.been in splendid,friend, "it's the htisbnnd, and some-  health and .1 have not lost a single!times it's the wife."  | nig from disease,   This I attribute to!   j the open air, exercise nnd excellent |   If c.vory housekeeper would use Wil.  I shelter afforded by the brush land sur- i son's Fly Pnds freely during the sum.  t. ��������� ,,   t ���������   . I rounding my hog yard.   It also pro-: mer months, the house fly peril would  It is anold story novy that nervous: vides shade in tho summer for the !-soon bo greatly diminishedP  people tell of how the blood becomes young pigs.  o at flf y.nv-\ "''VT'"     .*o    o ���������    , Y    i* '��������� ,ont of 2-m b������8hels of barley, or 134,-��������� "rliclo from Kentucky.  winu Iron il i     '    * ?   nervous   disoru- ]|)S, butterm   c,      b. oats, I lb. bar- n corkscrew?  rs1 se v������ce   o ?r^    Jl"? IM!r^8 ^ '!11 taeir nour-j ,(iy.   F        /,,,',r , '   J,'', ^ ,   ���������  _^_  rs   strvice >o w|Jlul>r,t iruin tin, blood, and as t ill) j ago ikh   nt  \,nnil   ,,BL,, \ r'n  u,a    It i  ja??*=a********g*-g .    ;,������������������"������������������?���������  of  a  rotii'������d  blood  is deficient   in   mnve-biiildiniz  i    , l   10p?'   '!Rm,c.4"'"   ",'   of!   ^���������|>^-^^^^^^^^^^H_>_aB^  ii      ,ai   oioou  is ULiii-iuiu    ui    iii ivi-uuiiuiug^ har ov nor nnmwl an ,,n,    ,, o,��������� .���������n������i,*       ^'^^^^^^^^i^BiMMBBBHMh  .,.././.���������������   .      .      . v.j������..������,....   luu vuiise oi'iiik ii'iiiovi.-u, uiiiure uufn1,,,,,,,.,      ,    ,  ., '��������� ,    :  :  of J.I0 000 for having  an  ingrowing j tho rent and health is fullv restored.: r1"*1' l',l'(,������b'tion   on   fiirins   where;       - -- ~ ..       -.      JiooH  are  kept  in  conjuiu'lion   with  too-nail removed, or some other trill- Mrs.    Henry . Pntterson,   ' Dauphin,   "'"      ,   ,    .   tl ,   -  ing oporution performed, j Mnn., tolls how sho was cured of nerv., (.,thor "*/.   1- H,t.Ji R'>n".18 "' iH0 ,,ll,at  Hut these days are gone, and civil, lousness and general debility through '" ,n-v situation It is oiisier to feed the  ian practice is only permitted under! the use of Dr Williams' Pi'nk Pills J h'\rh'y to tlm pigs thim Imul it u  curtain conditions. g|u> HUy8. "A few years ago 1 was all: "'"������" ,0 <','" railroad Htntiou.   . ��������� ruu ((mvni nn(l m, ,wrvous system un-' .  I',,, >'(,'|rs business is summed up  Th������ Homj 8ecr������t������ry'i Wit. piirently all broken up.   I was weak. '" "���������" tollowinsr stafonii'tit. vizi-  Mr  Winston Churchill was told by tired and nervous nil the turn.   When  ������'������"'���������>* . m   ll������K't     wclghini:  a.    I.'   .������,?,,    nr?d, ������"' ������������������ '" ������"������ ">ornl-|t I wnmd to     ������.4W ������>k.     ...    $  tiond  i!i 1foua v^111 wit. antt.   '������" ,",,r" ,ir"(l ������������������>������" *���������>������������������������������ ' *������nt to ��������� ������������������m-it barl?y. oats mid biiti**r.  I dtis    Mr  CliuSI doto IninoST o  ^-   ��������� ������'������!��������������� not walk un au ordin-     wllk   oniilviilont   to   m,m  wrltn n nnlool iv n, ilhv , fin e    IU   "'y   Hl������l������t     of    stllrs    witllOl.t   fitting       lh*. barley   :.?juV3 uiwMW; At i ;������7" i������ru\*> !*,r,1,h",,,,,,i- r\ u,yt 8",:{;!t **im������" r"n'������������������i,iW,,Ht'  tor, whon the word came that the ill-  -1''"'"* tii'mblm   lil^ii  Ion .    I  got     etc)     nuss was acute indigestion,   Hi- note K'  '"'  " WMH 'i1""  llll"w,ii,,," ,0 ,,,)        - , , ...  was worded thus, "Dear , -1 am i'V������,   l>"������^7������ik,   mil   ���������������     n.iv.m-.        Total ,-xi emlilure ...  .-. .9l.05l.iin  vory sorry to hour that you aro ill,  H1!1.!..', w1"!,!,',|,1 ,.������.,1'.ry  .!l,^!,t11i,v',r'f; Ho|,l ,,������t'' "<'������*>   hm.   Vor lb.       Total  hut am g  the table  thu append i  r,fi.|.nn  S.lil.OO  i������5,no  Oh, Shawl j  First   Literiitus���������Oeorgi,      Bernard  Rhiiw says he's comlhg to tlii-i country;  to he iilMulted.  Second Lit���������Thnt won't hurt hlm an  much iih being ignored, i  -"Mlnard'i Liniment Cunt Ooldt, Etc !  Booney���������"Where did you get    tli������'|  black eye, Mkkr"  C!iuiey~~"W!iy,   Tim   Dolim's   just  bnck from his honeymoon���������an' 'twas!  mo advised Tim to get married I"      |  Whin the Creditor Called  Master���������Well,  say  I'm  away  from*  In,im*, ,  ,!���������!m-A!l right, sir.   And I'll just!  light mm of your ln>4 < lyai's.   He'll bo  more likely lo bi'lieve tin* tlii*n.  y to hour that you are ill, J'"' V?!1'"1, " ,,'ry   ������ll"������"t1 .������������������vrV; Hold d���������t,.  lad that the trouble in with , ll1' f .* ���������������'������������������������.���������> <';ok h--v,.i*i.1 ilirf.-irmt, Ma    ,,���������,  of ,'oiitonU rnlhor than with   M������''l������������'ln,'H wilhnii   lli*;   east  1^11 si,,,,,'    ,m  ���������nil* ������ .. Ihi'ti   I   read  of  Or,  Williams    I'lnk   ..���������;   lfln  _ '  '  PUN and decided lo try them.   After Q *'   ,f  ���������  ��������� .... ���������    ,    ,   , . .   ..   ,.,,,.   ,....    M'lit,   1)1  Inking two Iidxi **  I  fi>||, a  little b,*l-  Agmrnt               *>                   ���������                                  I     1,'nuiK     i hi;     lli;,\i ,^     |      |i ll     n     uit|i'     iii-i* tf/*,. a  Qlpty Funeral.              ,;,,,,. ���������,���������, , Bnt (| f||r|l||,r M1|1|),y wh|p,| Hopt  A procession of gynsy enravnns fol-1 I continued tiiki'm for nhniit a month !!^!''  lowed th,* romnins or lliehard Smith,* ��������� when I w���������s n������ well as ever; e mid <!��������� :!,:  on ngevl lloinany, to Cheshunt Cencniall my luiiisewoik wlihout dilllcilty,: J! ,'  tery recently and the interment  toukiand could walk for a long distance ;, '���������  nlnec in the pre������en<*e of a large nun ���������,, witlu-'it belnii all tirnl out,    In view  onr of gipsies, many quaintly ������ltiri-*l,'!of the wonder-  Dr.  Villhims'  Pink  |l-r  Inn  '<KI  '(Ml  '()!!  ���������11!)  'Ofl  'm  '10  Lady (to returned missionary)���������  "Ami how was the king of the savage*  clothed?"  Missionary���������"H'in���������principally with  authority, iiiailiim; and mil, much of  thai."  who hud come from the surroundinW! Pill*, hnve done for me 1 rincerely re  neighborhood, Smith died in a car*- >oiiiiii'inl them to ,ill weak, nervous,  van while making n short stay in tlw 'run-down people,"  parish. As the eollln was lowered in- ; Sold by nil mcli"lue dei'lei's ur by  to the gravo several women gipsin-i inuiil ���������i Ml cents a hov, or -iv box"**  stepoed forward and threw bunch**-* j for .*',.'������0. f*nin the Dr, Williniiis'  of (lowers upon it. iMi'dieine Co., Broekvi'le, Out  inn.a']  Sundry  Sales  tin hand  Feb.   '10  'Jt  u  11  30  11  tl  tl  10  14  1(1  III  27  37  214  A.tdti  I Mil  .-1,120  5,1140  I,MOO  1.440  1,440  I.IMIO  2,730  .'1,240  3,440  lie,  <i.n  n.5  70.  7.5  7,f>  75  7c  I1.fi  7..',  He.  MKl   10,1  7.41X1    He  270,00  104,00  201.50  ���������110,0.1  l.'Ift.lKI  ioh.ihi  IIH.IKJ  1'7,,'W)  177.45  ���������j4,'i,lHl  275.20  Rl.OO.  IKVi.OO  , ,$2.-W|.t������7  Ravages of Consumption  ALL HER RELATIVES HAD  DIED OP CONSUMPTION!."  la tl>������ y������M 1890.18 yrtn igo. Mm, C.  S.Ce-ncr, ol B������ll������h'������,N-S,,'*M in ��������� tad  eondlior. All l,"r relative, h.,1 died ol  -wniu-nplion,*nd|lie.-tw������icvciyinb>������alioo  that the wti going thi um* v*y.  Allhii po'rth������rl,u'*b������ndiijr'fMi������'|otry  Piychhw, The doctor who ���������Itendra Mid  Piychinewti worth lew j but iitttwuda  wonderlul cut, E'ghtnen yaan alttt ia ���������  Uttti btirin������ dita AugtM 14, 1908, Mn,  GtiMruyi, "I ���������mbnliarlhanl htvoliMa  lor /mii. My lump li.v* M treubl������d ne  ���������inco I look your t,M,m*ni.   My abrtktu  L������ v "*' '*" ut Uk* ��������� k,Mw tMl( iUm  PSYCHINE, and 11-Komnwnd it le all who  art itjfftirinf from Lung Tioubl* aad Gas.  ���������al Dubilily."  fat mI������ at d trait** ***. * II tat Mm,  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  LIMITED,  T0I0RT0  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN  OLDgHUM  TEN FOB TEN CENTS  fjitfifr OlnrVi.  1     One   l,o   Houllat   of   Idmoues,   tn  Franco, seems to have been able to  make clock- from any mat, rial, hov  ever unsuitable.   Ono clock he lush- ',  ioned  entirely  from  old  n"wspnpiv<* j"  con vert ed    ,t,,n    i���������,ln     nri.itlier   fr,,*,  Jurgi, and stimll ttieks held  toe���������th������r '  by wirns, n third from dixenrdnd ts-  haot-D cans, and no on.   Some of be* I  clock*   are,   however,   triumpha   .1 ,  workmanship,  Haa Stan llx Rulara.  Mr*   fliimiP'in. Towiien I,  KirU'ui  ,  bright,  who recently i-elebrated   hi' '  HM'.th birth,lay, ha* lived in the rrd'fi'  ol  aifi*   when  lieorge   III. dlinl,  io '  iin.e then IJeorge IV., William I*   ,  ���������Queen  Victoria.   I-Ulward    VII,,  ������>n  (nHif.o V. have occupied the throne,  Pamar el MierMcepta.  Tbe beat micro*corwj maenifv clu* i*  l,,.i*lO titiM-it nikI mail* m tiny pile  A  i flour look like ��������� pil������ of Hone*. '  M';'* 'i,*, I ii,ll ,t -ii |i iiii,i% !���������, Pilfer  Ihe flowers r,"nili,,ly while 1 i,,n nwny?  HiiabiiM'd���������Don't y,*t worry about  that,   I kmnv uhat Ihir-l is,  DODDS '  ^KIDNEY  % prus  im,,     - *  .  V1   KlONf.^ I  <  'Msm  Thin show* ��������� "iiriiln- of ������l 'i't,, ',7  - ,\���������r west Farmer, April 'JO, 1010.  HI** i(ft,���������ri,tiei* nf hi-lory reei-ntly  sliockeil one nf the wonmii fri nds of a  J'"u; $ Iluftiil, Micieiy man. It wns  after a dinner party at lii������ hnii.M* nnd  -In* was tellinn Mm wlnt dio luul  , ������������������iini.,1  i���������  1,  ..,,:������������������'  ��������� '  "lie tlljuk led t'l iill'.tii ml ull tin* |jl|ijf  tin,,* he wns ifetli*!.' in*- I"* per water. IJlL  "Sow, tell me, Mr **l,���������t an* Ihe  ******  Beauty���������Quality  Mrier/vt-iefj of rffiljn  ���������no* tuaottltti autllty  always m$nt  tihtr plait, It it th* Hit*  ittt gradt ol pliM wart,  a-irf It euvtalitd tt  girt ibiolutt utlthtHen,  Iul tn un, ililitt, wittiri,  III . lit io������>������*f  ���������..If.-vKl  ������fl,,������ CO.  ��������� mil ������, l.������tli|**< IIIOII  Silnr riatrihm WiW  KiiIrIiIs of the Iliith--  f**r a while ami I'i'  "Wliv. rlaturiluy nit*I  Ailvaiue.  lie stlllnllieriil  ly I'lnrti'd out;  '���������. I **llp|iO<e."  Bub ai*/**. ll Away  Hit' Si-l.-r    ,'      ���������*���������*- '��������� yt   |,, ., . ,*.,.  doetor wi������ln���������.,.    T.ik* -*ir 'j i.,i,|,,f h*  I  do.  lAttln Hroth.-r   Th*,. I'll *ii,ul. it i*n  luv face,  ''Ant    T 1  "Pluck." mil O  st ent f,f giicci'i*. "  >->l lb.   ���������Imhltv mnn,  jif you'll ti-ach   ne  ptuckiuii."  *0 .nr-hr, "i* t\ f.  'W *���������'! " iiiterrin.t.  Ul lw,- you (CM  >"iir   m'thiKl of  TELKWA, B. C.  on i,in,i line of (iranil Trunk Pit.  ������������������HI,-   l!;,ii\>.itv.     in    rniiUt    ���������f    rieh  ti|/rii',it,iiru)    nil I    lliudnir    ,|i������t,ipt  l,������t* in���������,!, Iiui up.   W'ritj. for full  Iim I it-it' -,r*  NORTH COAST LAND COY, Ltd.,  410 11-12 Winch Building,  V.������nrouv������r, B.C.  London Offkt, ��������� Old Jewry  W. N. U., Ne. m. *nm;z9se&mwmamte  Tjg_NEWS;_CCMBEBLANT)f   BRITISH'  COLUMBIA._  ������-.w*.r������������������-ii~-���������  Tiie Cmtoland )m  issued  Every   Tuesday   bv  th������;  Cornox   8t   Comb?i"*iar.d.  Publishing   Company  This paper will not hoi.I its,'!!'  responsible for the opinions.if .,tli-  mv, as may appear in its columns  "from time to timo.. .  RUPERT UNTIDT-WEICT  DiR-rloi, ri: Ru^e t.  TAK.E ni.tic Ui,-. -'.ilia Eleaoor J.n'un-  :i -'��������� M-tinp' r. li C. tccui atiou.m.i ���������  vi- a ���������-' * i\ .;, iotwudi toapoly f*r vm-ars-  pi* n t*. u ..cell as,*! >lm following descibed  'ii his: - A,. E. Jynkin-ou's S, K. c uner,  0 mmenoi-ix at u post planted at the  north east corner of .Sectii-n 1, Towiship  -l, heueo wcot HiO clmi'i,*, thence north  "8 I'lini-.M,   mon, or leti.i tn Gi-orjnu L .uo  TUESDAY,    AUG  1910,  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice.  New We'uinlnsfer Land  District.  District of New Westn.instor.  TAKE NOTICE Unit John II.  'Glanville, of Lund, B. 0 occupation storekeeper, intenti-������ to apply  for permission to purch -e the following described lands:-���������  Commencing at a post planted  about 15 chains west of S. E. corner of T. L. 291-1, thenee west 40  chfunp, (hence south 40 chains  ��������� honce east- 40 chains, thenca north  ���������'0 chtiir.8 to the. point of coai-  mencment,  JOHN H. GLANVILLE.  Name of Applicant (in full).  Dale June 17th, 1910  LAND ACT.  Form   No. 9. ,  .���������   Foqn ������t Notice..  Coast District,  District gf Kange 2.  TAKE'oottde thnt .Willium   Leek,   -nf  Vanco-Vt,'*, iio-.'iipatiou Engineer,  intends  to apply for penuitsiuu to purchase the  following ilescriiied lands:���������  ih p.ceeast; uloiifj the lak'������ nhori, to Town-1 L'oiinuoncini; at ..a pest planted on the  di.p lini, thence Kovtth 88 chain- mt.re < r j boac|l w,.0.,t ow mA a halt lnile3 $mih  le>������ to plnciof c iinn.eiiceuieiii. coir.aitim-:    , ,.-,,,.,, ,',, T  510 acres, mon- or less. I "���������'���������������������������"'��������� *^"m tr.e South i*< .st isomer of I. U  LILLA l'XKANOK .TEWKlSrsON,   J :'3oS. thenoe North , e,Ri,ty   (80*   eli-dtis,  DucilJune 28r.., 1010^''������' ^^ ^^Uhonoo K,A if^ty  (SOI ilu���������.������,   thi-u*   . .-  | souib (t*0J -ohujiia,   thei.c-e   ^ot   i&i)  J-JU I'JCUT 1,A NU J">IS I J< I' lii.iJiH, to point,  or co.naoiio.JiWo., on-  ].),triot o'. RiUiO't. j tni ling six hundred and forty ikmos, more  TAKE NOTICE   tint' I/1U 1*1 renco | or Ess.  I*���������* ki"a in, oi' Vanci'UV..fB. <J. o,vup;ui n j WILLIAM LEEK  S,.in*f r, luto-ds to apply fo- o,-r,m h . n , N, ull) of ApjuicUDl  northeast corner of No 6, being four  miles north of the southwest eorner of  No l, ihence north So chains, ihence  west 8o chains, thence south 8o chains  thence east 8o chains- to tbe point of  commencement," containing 640 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910,  ^ pmchai.; ihcMlowi*.),' disc ibjo limd.-: j  Comivjenciug ut   *   poit  pla-.to,   ac   tl,-|  im;thi-tmt corner of  se-li.ai  86,   Town-'  8���������ip 2o, thenco eoinih  80 cluiiiirt, V e. iu  wc-ut bU i-lnin , th*.-. c nor'h   SO chain.-',  the, ce  cast SO ehii* h tn   i*i ca  of   c- ui-  snene raunr, coi 'mining 610 hts more  or Iims.  LILLA FLORENCE JENKINSON,  IVin. Le.-iiiB, Agonr.  Dated June _lst 1010.  Dited Juno-th. 1(110.  Form No. 9  LAND ACT.  Form of Notica  New 'Westminster Land   District.  District of  Connx  TAKE notice that Finny Frstn-  zen  occupation, ���������inarrit',1   woman,  ; intends to apply for pennihsio*: to  purchase the following  described  land-.  Commencing at a "post planted*  nPtlie North 'B-mI corner of Lot  1015 N.-W. D. thenci* East SO  chains, thence North 80 chains,  thence West 80 ehaini?, thence  frkmtli 80 chains to point of commencement, con tain ing 040 acres  more or less.  FA'NNYFEANZKN,  Applicant.  ClutrlesFran/.en, Agent.  Dated May 20th, 1010.  KU i'E IU" LAN D DI.Si'UlCT  District of Rupe-.t  TAKE NOTICE th.it Paddy Clement  r:*ythv, of Vancouver, 13, C.'���������'ccujmtion  Lo:^.;er, intciniB to u-jpli. for ptirinit,sn.ii  to uurchase thefo'lowiuj,-detcrned taui's:  Coiiiuirtioajfat-a poitplunnd at the  s (i u c h e a a t C'i'uu- of Soi-  i'n 13, iownsbip 21, ni.ii-keii P. C. Kly-  tlii S. E. coriior. t.htii*;,- n rth SO olni ^h,  ilimco west 80 oh.ii'.s, -tm-ace eouth 80  ciihiiiB, thoiK-e e.tt Si) chniis t,n place, uf  li'iiiint'UCimu.it, con^iuii-y 610 acres  moro or lei*  PADDY CLEMENT BLYTHE  '.Viu. Leslie, Ageut.  Dated June 30th. 1010.  RUPERT i-AND DlSTKIU'r  XJid.iict of Rhpi-rt.  TAKE not c������ ihat U'Lliam Rob'r.s m,  o? Vauc^iwt-r, II. ii. tcouyat'i'.i Sa.'tsniai.  i, teada 10 iiptjjy f >r .(lurnasvi m. to.pur-  eluiio the foi.i.w. g* d-ticiibitt iand������: Com  m nomii ������l A a p -.it planted'i.t ihe S.E.  corner oi Sei5j,.u :i, T \v.i,-h"p 21, miuk-  ed VV. noiiiiK-nu, iS. E.cointi-, tlwuc*  nirth SUclmin-, thence ^sc SO chai-.-s,  theuce emit-i 8 1 ciniiu*, thence. .0 -t>t S(i  uini'ua 10 place o: oo.i.msnceuiuut, oontun  iut,'fii0(_crej, m ,r., ,r luss.  WILLIAM K0BINS0N  vVui. Lesi e, Agent.  Dared-Ju-TO-80th7-l9iO.-  land aoi.'.  l'"or,n No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coaet District,  District- ot RuiiRe 2.,  TAKE notice that Veina Leek of Vancouver, ocoupatiou  Spui.tor,  intends tu  apply for perndsni, n to putcUa_B t:ie  I'ul-  iowing doscrihed lauds;���������  Commencing at :i post planted tit the  North Wos,t oorner if No. 1, thonce We.it  eighty (80) cliiins more or lea tu 0. L.  3358, thence North eighty(,&������) cliiins a-  lon������ C, L. 335S, tlieaco East 0 g): y (80)  chains, thuuDi) Soutli eighty (SO) ulmin*,-  t*> the point of eominei.ceiiu! it, eiint.iiu-  ina&ix hitidieJ -m..I fotty (tJ-iO) aciej  mure or Jeas.  VEUNA LEKK  No tne oi Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1010.  LAND ACT.  l'orm No. 9,  Form ol Notice.  Coast District.  District of Kan}>c 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, occunation engineer, iniends  to apply for permission to purchase ihe  fol,n,vinj4 described lands; (Commencing  at ajposi planted at the northeast corner  of Ko 4 (being three miles north* of the  sondiwest corner ot No 1) thence  north  80 chains, thence east Ko chains,  ihence  south 80-chains, thence west So chains,  to the point of commencement... containing six hundred and   tony,  640,  acres,  more or less.       WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, iqio.  LAND A.GT.  Form No. 9.       ���������  Form of Notioe.  Coast District, Kange 2,  TAKE NOTIOE that Burton Holland, of Vanco-aver; ooeupation, ac-  oouotaat, intends to apply for per-  mirsion 00 purch&ee tbe following de-  sarH-ed lands: Ocnuuticr.eing at a post  plcDted at the north e?fr������ corner of No  12, being four milfa uortb aud two  miles weft ol the south weat oorner of  Ko. 1, theuco north 80 chains, thenoe  nest 80 ohaieu.thenof- eouih, 80 chains  thenoo cunt -0 chRioe, to tlio point o(  ci'inic.fco'JKieQt, enntafoiog OlOaoros,  moit or leec  BUBTON HOLLARD,  Name of Applicant.  Dated Jiuie 7th, 11)10.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Fortn of Notice.  Ooaijt District, Bangs 2  TAKE   NOTICE   thst  Jobu   &L  Stewart, ol Vancouver, oooupatioo car  pen ter. iutendb to apply for   permii-  ������ion topurohuuQ the lollowing described   kmis-.���������Commencing' at a  post  planted ut the northwest comer ol No  11, being tu?ee miloB north and ibi������<i  ojileB west ei the ecuthwest ooruev ot  Nol, (heron oorth 80 cb&ics, theoo*:,  ,voat 80 oh'tti-r-s, ti-enee ecuth 80 obainii  thence oaot 80 chains, to tb^ pbii'l ol  aommducsmeot, ciintoiwii'g'ju-iO neiot,  rniiM* or Icbi. JOHN M.S'IEVVAET.  Name oi Applio-aut.  Dated Jm.e 6,11UU.  LAND ACT-  Form Ko. 9,  !:  ItUPEltT LAND DISTRICT  District of llup'it.  TAKE NOTICK that lt.i'1, KozinClirk  of Vancouver, II. 0��������� oooupntion iiiarri* d  woman, in omla to apply f.������i* poriiii.Hsion  to purchase tho following d< seir eJ lands:  C minimoiniift nt a p *at |>1 .n wl ut tho  HotUh east crner of Heotim, 1, IWiiHhip  a I,,hence north 80 oliat,,'*, ihtiiien w *st  HO Chilian, thenco Bouth 80 ul, tun*, t;.;,ce  1 ant 80 ohains to plnoe of c* in,tno.,aeimint,  ooDtuiiiina 010 aornH, more or 1 hi  RUTH KEZIA CLARK,  Wra. LesiH'i Agont.  Dated Juiift glut, 1010.     ^    RUPERT LAND DISl lifCC  District of Hii|mrt,  TAKE NOriOK that liiii'-ji' Noimui  Womloy, of Vnnoouvur, 11,0. on ���������ii|i,it,,ou  h iiiK-koop'-'r, intcndH tu tip'ii, I'm punni -.  Hia, to uiirohiiHO'lhi) f*>ll>.w m.- rlpooiibu.l  IiuhIki��������� Cimineiicing ut n ;,iht pi-n.t���������il 1,1  tiro Komh \vo<t oornor of s 0 i >, 18, t'o -.-i  ililpb, pi������������t miirneil tht* W i* Iov'h s.  W, our..or, thenoo oniit ho u m iw, iho um  Mirth SOeh.ui**, ihuiioo w, m ������n cliuinH,  Vim co flotitli SOuluiitiH t" p it e f <",ni-  tnu'iijimiom, uoiitiiiinug CM ,, r*,'*, hut.*  nr h'HH,  OKOUOK NORM AX WOlMLKV,  Win. liimll*.-, Aycit.  J) ,twl J"oJpthjOlO^    ":       RLTKirr LAND IMsTltifH' '  Ili'iViei rf llu, i-t.  TAKK Nont.'l-'. that ��������� 11 h.-n S��������� lh,  nf Vouniiisver, II, C, ocrtij, lm, mi -  Ji,������-pur, lini'ti'l** ton,*ply 1  1 p   mi'i>i *   to  * uri'hitHi, t!,i,'' ' "A'ni^ ti.. 1 1 it ���������* *1 : ���������  i> Sflllll, >' W ��������� rinii'i. ' ��������� HI* inaiM A  , p    t. pi*nu���������l Wi TuWu-thip ) lm Ht ������>ill I*  ���������tp.n't������'f 1'',���������nia Luki, iln- i;-! 1,111th  loiiniuin*, mon* nr Iihh n "1 iiiiuiu*  pm-t- U.wii'ii Oi'Otion DI ���������*ni *ti) lo.vi-  h|j p Oind it), thi'iiiso ���������' hi l*������ ���������li nn**,  tiiunu* uorlli lt',0 cliaiiic, in 1 ���������"���������'���������' ' in  Ui inn, lli'iic aoiilh t!**'i n- " mI������'."* "f  ii'tairaeiicoineiit, I'ontir, 1 ���������.  it 0 e oi* Ioh.1. si'EPIli s  Wit. 1,  IMi'tWlU.G Sftriil, HMO  DlilrlfJinf Hu,  1  TAKK NOl'UK Unit <   i<  ��������� ������������������nutfutti, J4. L',, will.  t it-J** to 1 ���������JK/or permi,  'teiollo flPI������Mrib������d i,<<  c r.'<    rMm^aaUl  '  v    .|(-^5������Oiloil *'U, Tii.*  "A I*  (    RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Di'tfC-iof'Ruperfc '  TAKE NOT:CE tiav I,"e tward Tooru  le-., .f VuiK-i.uv., B.C., o.ciii'i, it'll, T.'uv-  0 ler. ii.teud. to iippty fir perm iBdoa n*  1,u,chami the f, lo*ing de ci -e-i lands:  C mmtneing at a ooit plr, .ted nr, ,1,  north eau uu-neciii'-.leiioii I'i TiwJui,  Ul, ihtmce u,Bt80 oh diis,'ihm,ee s<u i,  ���������it) chains, th -t.ee vv Kt io chai.is more or  iisi to iiior^ia Li,k������, ihu ,00 \,\..-L'i'l,v  along uoit'i fi-o-u ol uiko Qo ohnin^, m--tv  oi' lis * ti- when; a.'uiioi, Lue bo.w e j f-ee.  12 and 13 i icratctH la.ie, then,',.* etut iio  cfiaias morn ur iosi to plnot, ot coii.'nimnv  meut iimei'ib *d .11 po.t ������0 oh-ii* 11 U, x*l. E.  C'iriior, E- Tlio n y, ooutlining CIOmreB,  mow or lis.. EDvVAKI) TUORNLEV.  Wm. Lo.,l,u, A^eut,  Da'ed June '28th, 1910.  JANDACV.  Form No 9,  Fonn of Nutieo.  I'oust Dietric,  District of Range 2.  TAKE not'oe tha-. ELnor Leek of Van-  omivir, ucouyiuion Marped i'i,,uiia,'intends t* apply tor paruiitfioii tn jjurchare  tho fullowmg described lands:���������-  roinmenci jLT at a p.wt planted at the  North West corner ul Kn. I. tl.e,co Nurtli  eighty (80) cltaiub. tlu-u^o riasit (SO) ihaiut,  thence S,iuuTei\^rj^8l)~lIatffBl���������th'iire^^^  Wost, (80) chums, tn point of ebtiimeiice-  m'oiit, coit-iiiniiig us hun..l*ed aad fo ity  aces, moce or less.  EL-iXOR LEKK  Nanio uf Applioant,  Dated Juiie -Itli, 1910.  lanTTact.  Form No. 'J,  RUPERriiAirDDISTiilCr  Diatriot of Rtinirt,.  TAKE WOTIOE t'i������., I, ,-mimH U-,w.  don, of Vuuenuvi-r, U. 0., occui.uiioiiinii,  i*,(; oiiwiQt'er, lino d������ n, iijiplv for |,* nn >.  Hi'iu H, pu c wiKfl' tlio   fulJowi K nuior had  iliuilh:--0.iiiim"i:.ci* R ������������������������ It  ),i������l plant* d   nt  til" ponth u'CHt ojtuei'ol >.ction li/l'mv,!.  i-hip Ul, tlunco no** I, 80 chii,,'.,    ho ce  iihiBil nbai ", thouiji!   nnut.li 8.)  eluinB  ���������lie.*,:,, wimtSi) olinlts, ,*i plm*** of 00 nm  eiiouuanl',, cnutiKiiiiii*' 010 .on* , nio 0 1 r  Urn . fsAMUEL IIMVDEN.  ��������� i'.i,, L'.sli..*, A���������0",t.  Dato.1 Ju-o21at, 1010  P.irm i.f N" i 0,  Cnait Dia riot R   \>������.1.  TAKK NOTICK th t Ka m-ri njllrnwo,  occ iiJiiuion   widow,  ii lend,  t-i uptly for  p-rmim-ion t, pu chane tli'' f linking  do-  iicrided  l'lndn:   O muiotioiig'-.it a. p.>s  planledft the u<-rth a t 0'������i'i). r-of  No ;���������*  (liBing two luiloe north o< iiosouthwiitt  corner ot No 1) thoi ci-mirth eighty |80,  olmii.8,   tiio-iOd ������0 t  eighty  (Htl) ohui m.  tliuno-JHOull) eifjlily (80i cutii.B,   ihouni-  eau* eighty ISO] ohaiiiH, t, the  *j!i.,infc 11'  o*.mnii'iiiiO'i.int, contni*,i,*H >ix Liiuthed  u, d forty [C-10) acres, mmo or leu*.  KATUKRINIU3U0VVN,  Numo of uppliunnt  Uiitod .Tune *t, 1010.  LAND A fir'.  Form No, 0,  kovm oi Notice.  Oiiist D'istiict,  District 1 f riiiii^ii N'm i2  TAKK N0IICI-; (lm. Aiiiiio Hromner, of  II ttlon, occ ,|iiition 1 pinKfc r, intend,, tn apply to,* ������������������������������������imi'Hio,, to puioliam, ihotollo*'/  iuj,' di'yohibo.l liiml ; (.(iiiinitin'ii'K ut u P< Hi  pla uu.i nt tho il* rt.li iihc cor,.or 'nf N  h'or.ri of notice.  Coast District Range a.  TAKE-NOTICE thnt William H.  Whalen. of \'ancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands: Commencing at a post planted ;,t  the north east corner of No. 6, beinif  lour miles north of the south west corner  of N.i. 1; thence north 80 chains, thence  cast So chains, thence south 80 chaius,  thence west 80 chains, to the point ������������������ of  commencement, containing* six hnndred  and forty acres, more or less.  WILLIAM H, WHALEN,  Name1 of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.       "  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coasi District.  HXfsTncnif~ETrnp"2;��������� ���������  TAKE NOTICE that George .Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intend= to npply for permission to pur-*  chase the following described lands  Commencing at a post planted about one  intlc west from the north west corner of  S?o 2, being twa miles nonb. and two  miles west of the south west comer of No  I; thence north 80 cniins, Ihence east Sr,  chains, thence south So chains, mote or  le--) to C. L. 335S, thence we.-*t, 80 chains  along, said licence to point of commence  ment, containing 640 acres, more t-r less,  GEORGE'WHALEN,  ���������Name of Applicant.  Dated June 41I1, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Fonn No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Cousi Dmrici Kiing'e 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Robert H.Ellis  of Vancouver, ocaipation,bi-ok*-i-, iniends  to apply for permission 10 purr.haKo the  f tllowing described lands: Co-niiieiicing  at n post planied at tlio M>iitli west corner or No. 10, being- nvo miles north and  two miles west of the south west corner  of No. 1, thence north 80 chains, thence  west 8n chains, thence smith 80 chums,  more nr lesr", thence cast-So chains, to  point of cimiinenccinenl, containing 640  acres, mote or less,  KGHKKT H, ELLIS,  Niun-jof Applicant.  LAND AOT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notice.  CoitHt District, Uango 2  TAKE NOTICE that Alex F Drem-  ner, ol Ucstou, occupation eu^ineer,  intends tt, apply (or permjebicn to pur-  obB8*> tho followin*/ discriotd Unds-.���������  Commencing at a pcflfc planted at the  Qortbe.sBt corner ol No 12, being l.mr  tnilea north and two tntlee w������8t of ih>.  southwest corntir ot No 1, theuce north  80 ctiuioe, 'thcDoe eaat 80 chains,  theuce south SO ot-uinu, eneace west  80 ehjios, to the point of com in en 01 -  ment, oonUii i**,^ 640 ������cr.")is. i!*oto or  l-es. ALEX F. 13REMNEK.  Naoie of Applicant.  Do tod June 7, 1010.  LAND ACL'.  Form No, 9. Form nf Notice,  Coaiit District, Range 2.  TAKK NOTICE thut Alcxaudor MoPhto  of Viiaoouvui'j oooupation, carpentei, in-  tauda to apply for permi'ssioii to purciiase  the lollowing described kiidn:���������-Cvmxnmic-  iii(j at at a post planted at-tho iioith went  oorner of No. 12, being four mileB north  and threa miltm weat of Uio south .vest uo -  ner of No.l, thence north SO o!iaina,t,heuco  west SO chains, theuco miuwi SO ohains,  thence east 80 chains, to the point of uom-  meueemeut, containing 940 aeres, moie or  less. ALEXANDER MePHEK,  Numii ol Apflieaut.  Dated June C h, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.*  Form ol Notice,  Coast District, Ranf,'*3 2.  TAKE NOTICE that John Morav-  ic, oJ VenoouVM,occupation coiiatruc-  ior.iutf.nd8 to apply lor pe������niiei������ion  to purclnvje the lollowipg dtscriberi  Itndft-Commenciugiit a post pLint'd  at tbo r)orthes'3C ct^'uer ol No 14j li-  tng dte- .miles, north .ami two nii!r-a  wist of the eoutl'vj'-i-'t oorner of No 1,  thence north 80.chuius, timuce ttsi  SO i*t,airs, tbeoce tonlh 80* chains,  thence eaft 80 cbtine, tu tl*** poir.t 0'  oiiuji-uenc^meut, ctintaminv. 6-10 acrffi  more or lea    JOHN-. MORAVIC,  Naino.of Applicant  Ibi-pii ."Incr-G, 1910  m^tazrumsmswtm  RUI'KRT LANi'DLSTHJCT  Di-uiict i.f Uupci',-,,  TAKE IIOTii H th'.i llaidio Aoh'iy, ,f  Vimcnuvir,  It. i'., icuiipiiinii,  niarricl  wohi in, ii.tenda i" iipp'y ffr p������ m wii'iii  * 1 pnro a-o tin- fi,!|oiv,,i(,' ilfrciho I mini 1;  0 1111 ia, n'i u id. ti  pnht  11.iiittd   al   llm,,       _,  *..i.||...BtMivror  t.i  Si-cll-u 111,), T..w..-  j,,,,,,,,, Uo mi|(H ���������, ,,,|, of  Uio not, thwo.it   'Ll'lli^.llilLi'.l'L -  ������������������liipJl,   t'l,i*ii,;,i   in it 1 hb ulii. 1 -h,   t !-.��������� ������������������< . v.     ,w, ,        ,      , ,. ' ���������������~>mu*u**-'kT~'"l   TAA^  w,h.-K0 ,'hiiui', ihiMiim.h.huIi 80 nhai* h,! uoi'iu-rof No, I) thoncoi.nril, v^hiy [Ml)  ilifiiiHi ia-t SO i',*iiiiiK tn pii,r,*i 01 (iiiiuiu- inluiiiiH, tlu'UBtt eiibt tighty t>0) olium*,  ���������Mt'citntit, (j.iilaii'iii'/ (11(1 -tni'iit, "���������<���������,-������ or! (hoMuo m uth ii������hty (80| ohains, tiuict-  I"'"* HAflJKI.. ASH1A,       I      t     ,,   lHl)),,,   ,    ,        , t ���������,���������  \\lll, Lt'Hltu, .*,Ki*nt��������� j 1 ,  ���������  ��������� '    ,      11       1  Dai.il .lii'.i-tilst, IPKI 1 1, Di.c'inout, ������iuiliiini)i)t ,,v Imiiilroil mill  f. Ilv (MO) 111, i'i*, mute ur li"l*.  ANN IK HRKMNElt,  Smm, 1 f Ap| 1','iii't.  I 111 0(1 ,1,1110 I,   I'.llll.  Cook's Cotton Roof Compound  III',   ,,'n.fi,  C . i'rl,  ,i",  ,\j(iuit.  I; I'I  /      .. t J ttht\hl*i   fh<*������0.i  <0 ,.V���������i  '' '"'A pluflllOf   -l.lllll  U I'  UN  Win. L" ',.',  if'-Vwll  , i-i* im-, .I.  , , , ,- ,  1 * pa-, ha o  *:���������('��������� niinail  I: . -.1  ';��������� ill, fhi'fi"  t,l <t 1 itiiai.'X,  1   w      t.;,i  r  ih   1 ,. r,,|4  11 uio*, more i'  JOHN  :l  ������1K,  out.  VatrA J1100 'UA, I0,o.  itupfeiu'i.-', \i>i ,���������" i.ici'  Di tr'n-t nt I."' , ���������������������!���������  I'AKK Noli', r, im, I.l*-u,ii .1.  kilt- n, ��������� f  ** ��������� 'if* *vi-r  It '.' ,     *��������� ��������� Ji������l ",*  MA"-|"jfr������l������h';i'. n'1"  'I-'''    ,'|      1   ���������oil-,.1-   ,  ���������������ion hi pi."*' '*������   lo- '"I a H   "'  "'  UttSf.- C,.ini,*',i'i'li" a- ���������* p *���������' !"'������������������ i'1 '*' '  tht.������������rth'*e.tC"riii,r of .'ii*',. ���������>* '**" ���������  ibip2������. thence   "������'l, "* '���������   i'     v   .   ���������  m*.l Hi) cl.ai h, tho���������*.���������.> ��������� '������������������'        '* '*  th'iic* wo t HO > 1*'.ir.ii I I ������������������   '���������    ���������  -  Ut     x, 1 ,. ,f  ���������', ot.rnir^n: >��������� ������������������-,    oi.-   ���������  AHA RI.KWMU ���������>     I   S"'S.  I*.!        .-      I*.     ..'.   ���������  U.tdJu till-t lOtU  ���������li'Wl'iriBIOIHlOO.JiJii'j'itu.U,,!. tiif '*.i--oy l.\'���������M������;:: .  /7^rf**i \7ooi'c KwjSw^  viiw^Si :\y ii'������������������','* ���������"''���������",;"'"' ,/'������������������"'"'!"  , ..ii j  nl r.iii,:iu u ',',-. /, ir, ,nnMi"t, i.i.!.* *  *���������-.    ������ ,rff'>.i*>-,,'l'.','*,'',H   ���������"Viilr*.,,    lli.illlM     IIH'.'   ,  .-    >.*%_-,*'' (|    hIIii nil Vi .'hi. I'ii; ,��������� ,V /���������     '  ,11,1 lili!! Uu, j'lnitnl timl I ruin ll'iov't,  A-  1'r>n.���������.|ti.|j. Nrfiinl li'i-ii!.!ii :.i, fciAUiiluiin, &,n *  .���������/I i:vi li,".", tn,.������ J-*' 1      ���������-.   i'rl" 111 n irtin-, 11W f irf 1.   , ,���������*��������� Williilni'.V'.;  ;  t.lil ; l',*i,    .Vi,,| 1,1 .,., ���������.,,.,,, i ���������     , '       ��������� '  )1 i'i |.l;ir, nn r.!i*clpl. ti, jii'fi'fi,   AV.'" ii.oio ���������������-(  ���������.���������j*,'<#-.{,/���������������������, TO-*.-* nana McrttcUta c������.  /ni'in.fiu ivitu nor) ''urorit'-"-, Ont,  K.IVWAllII IlISTHIcr,  T\KF. NiU'RlK ilii.i   ������ j:tv duvH aflri'  ���������I ������'.<���������, I,  'I, rVn II, .Urinip-,   <*f   Wii.l*.  m-Aii. ������' nil*/. Iri'aml, Mtwuullnn, r. in i*nd  j ���������*������ ������|.nlv I r ')*riiih inn 11 Inane Iln f-il w  LAM) AC I',  l-'oir.i No. 9,  I in*;    '   <v<'d f*.r<'Htii,r,*: Ciiir*,iii*i  I 'l,    *,):,l'������ll     hi  tllO    ������ itfl, Mil  I'T  '������������������11     I,    ��������� i'i.|i.|i. I,'i th   I ly (|, I,,  1' ," I'*'   ���������' ������|i,i frn" ji ii I  S. \\  ���������*     1 i  *,*     1   r . 7 u* ,',���������', ii*-,ir  ,, o ������������������ h ii*.. ,-���������}* *l ri',  i"i, f II* in  1 ���������:��������� nt  I'-.'Ul.  I  I ..   .  'I'i'irl  ;  i-.ii  I.tiND ACT-  I'tiin, N,i. ij.  C,ia-.t DiMiirt  Di.,;iii.i i.i H in;;*.' 2,  TAKE Ni'l ICE 1h.1t K.I.mi, 1' Hic'.n  in*,*, ol Viiiicoiivci, ,it:< tipaiion hrukn, in-1  ii'iid-. to apply for perm,vsiou in pin*i.hi".i-1  the  I.illnniug    iles,.ii;vt|   |.i;.,d,.    Cuiir ,  uieni '���������������>; *H .. \>"-A p aiiird at   tIm-  ivirlh- |  I i.'it, rnrni'i- nl No .1  li'ciint  three   mill". 1  1 l,,*)l ill lit till, MlUllltVol 1:1 III) Uf    1,1    N(,     I II  Uli'l 'Vt: 1101, b eighty on ill.,,,,'., tlir.iti.i: |  , iM'ii ,-.inh.y, IA, chin*', ili.-,n*c mhiiIij  1 eighty, ku, 1 li.ii,,!*, inciii 11 ci .it t-i^in) 60 ,  li-li.iiiiMio point nl loiiiinciiiemiaii,   con-1   ��������� ������������������    '������������������ t,,,i,ilii-i| ;in.| I'.ii iv [���������'������������������ (ii, ,11 if, 1  itiitie or li'iri.  EDWIN 1' HREMNEI',  * Name of Apiili.aiii  Ilc.cl June t, <oi".  Form of Notice,  Cims! Diniricl Naiiufi 'i.  TAKE NOTICE thn John  G, Ann  strong;, of Vancouver, i,<:r.i|iain>n. clerk,  iti'didi*. lo apply fni* pei'inisiinii  to  pur-  ,'lia-f:   ihe I'oli'iwiny  desitibed ItiiiU:--  {���������i������,iiiiH-tii:iii'{   at  'a post 11,'intcd at the  nurtli uaii corner of No, ll, beinn ilinai  ini!,'-* north arrl two inilu*,   west   ot tin-.  *.iit,i|i west comer of No, 1 i ilienii' ninth  S.i chains, tlii'iu c west So chains, ilvnir,*,  linnet!   -ninth tiii t.imia.i, tlieia e w.i .1   tl������,  fh tin,-, t.  1I11*   pniut til <:iiiiiiiienceii,t-iii,  i',���������.iaiiiin'j Ci.|o arcc-i, inni'i' m- less,  JOHN'('��������� AKMSTkON'G,  Nillill' of ,\|ipiii:alll.  Da'ed J one .(.th, i^in.  LAM, M. 1,  I lit 111 lAll, -J.  Form Ko D,  I'l-rrn td N.'t'i'j*?',  Cor-Bt District, ,lt*,*g'- 2:  T A E B ��������� S O I' 1C E t hf.'t J o*-e p h  Mor-  avic.o! V.i'coover, oceiipat'r r. ��������� nngiu-  er.ictendH to ao-dy foi pt-r" i siou to  (.itnohjuje '.hu ro'l-.*win(i(lr6iu!'i<>! ia:,ri������:  Oonioieiicing ,16 a pc.at |d.\iited at  il;,  n-Tih-yait-ctiVni-rxl-No M,  'ling C'-c  uii'-es nor',,, ;,,id two mdea wei*t of t!-,<  ������ uibwiHt'onroer of Nl 1, th- rco north  80   i;l*at_.������,   il't'i.c,*   east   SO   chain;*.  t .nn.'.i* hi u ll 80 ohaitif, 1 b-������ uce v;*-Ht 80  oliaitin, cci tbe  point   *-l   Ciimoiem:*-  un-'ut, coninlninn  (110   n*:,*,-', triore ci  l.Hi, 'JOSEPH idOUAVIC,  Name ul An) iiu������.nt.  D.iM'd Jnnp.fi, 101O  LAN!) ACT.  Form No. 2.  Censt District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICK th,.t Naomi McPhe-i, '  of.Vancouver, nocupatiin,, niairied uoui'in  iutonds to apply fur permission  to  pnr-  cha-O-the foliowing described landt: Cum  meueing  nt a po^t pl>.ntdd   at tho north  went  isomer of No. 14, bemg  live  niilea '  noith, and three miles, west if tho   st.uth  west comer   if   No. V, thence  north   80  chain*,, the-.ice   weat  80  ciiaios, theuco  Kottth SO Chains, thence east SO chain?, to.,  the poiut of Cixi.nu-nceDieul, contDiii;:g  t>40 narci, more or lost,.-'  ���������NAOMI McPHEE,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June Gth, 1910.  LAND ACT.  ~Fntm_N"r,9r~  I, 1 ,l������ ii- 111 'In e.'t I  II, <'i-.iin.il >. v ipi  .. .,/ (.(ini 1, "i,-' > ,1,  --���������,' ii,-i������-,,  ....,, ,,,  v*  <   I  ���������*   il.  ���������.������-���������  I.SND A'.'I.  I'OMI N���������o,  Furoi ol l^nlii t*.  C.ii-i Di -ui.,, ���������  lli*.*! ci til K.i���������;i- 2  I *KK N'l'Ttt K tti.,1   IM-n   Shan  *n,<������: ll*.,-t',i,. <'< ef.it" .1.1    ���������   1 ,,  1, iHTf-it f n������t'' i'"   11   ��������� > - ���������   *< ,-.  nrch *>' the Ml.**--'! .   il.-i     " ;   .1:, *..  ,,t,i,.a,, iiiji at    1   1 " 1  ji,������,'" *, a- ii,,  I r,i<-m <������f Noiii-c.  '     TM.'K MU'lGli lhil.G',t:i:dc Uni-  l liiinl, ,,' V in inn i- 1, * rv u , '.. >���������   ,  .,*..-  >iu1 Wf'tlinr, in md* to npulv 'nr p**r  ' in'cion to ;,nri'i'iii"' nn, f'tlliiwinu id -  , Ki:ril���������'d li'itlr: 0"n.m* ,.<:i,Ji' at 1 n* ,-i  1 ,'tniiii'tl nl tl"' ninth 000 coi'iim 1,1 *> ���������  ill,  l.iii ��������������� thr*M mil-'ti *n rth *"*'l   ������������������������  i niil'������ vf"t r*l '��������� " ^  ^'   ri l>', td N.  :, c..('- ', ���������' h   ' ���������(��������� -*, "������������������   'h0 ������'''��������� i *    'I" '"t"1 ������������������*'*   Wi * li i"  .,,  ,���������   ���������.���������,-, V', 11, .��������� -j   "1     ���������    11,111 . nt. ci ���������*'   i   in)' I'll'! -ii t   1,  ���������������������'.  MUlLUDSv lJOH.\N.i  ������'  LnND A1 V.  Form No'J-  F, rin of Notion.  Const Di'tnrl, lUugn 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Wiiliair*  H-tinen, ol Viouoouvor, oooupation fiin*  mftri.in'i'iioH to ftpi'ly lor pn',,i-������io*  t* pnrnlitiH** t.hfl following du-iccilxd  liioil*-*,���������Coirroi'Dei- k ut h post) l'������ou-d  at tl," nnrthei Rt onrnur ol No 10, he-  ire rfix mills north and two mile*-  wont of tho BtiuMiiA'i'Ht eurnnr oftiNo 1,  thoneu unrth 80. (iliuiim, Mipiic*, went  80 el)Bin8, thenco ttouth 80 clmitiB,  Mieiu,*- wist SOclmiriB, *o th������ puini 01  eor_iijeiic(iiiii,i,t,ni>,,ttii'iiiu*, 010 a^rfi,  mora or lm. WIUIaM HAIXE8,  Nuine of App-ioant,  Oatrd Jiiih fl 1910  LAND AOT  Form No 0.  Form of Notice,  OonH DiMiict, Uanxe 2,  TAKE   b'OUOH Hint O������'.r������o  0,  1'rntr, ol ViMiQiniver, , t',<iip,vti,iii   no-  .loiHHiuit, im, nun tn i*p|i*y  Ini   pi-r  .l.inK 1 tl Ui ''IIM'tlfii***'* thn !��������� II' Willi.' d������-  ,.,rii,"il liuiiin:--Ci>i������n)'*ii<i -,-iit apiini  idmititl hi- iho iinriliiiiiNt ciin.cr ni No,  Hi, buu*n nix ixiiko impli unit iwn  iiiilru wi"*t ol tlmHmithwe-t onrni-r nf  No 1, tbt'i-i'i) M'ttli HO c)uln������, M imn.  ,*������* 80 chairMba ,���������, liinitn 80 oliniuh,  ��������� 1 onto tv,������nt HO ciir.iuH, tn tli neii'U,  .j inaiorir uuii-nt, oi������i t'tiiiinK ���������MOanr,*-',  t,...i*. cr lo**.  Ol'HUaiEO, I'll ATP,  Nino ul A) mimiiil.  Dtted .Lit 0 (I, 1010  LAND ACT.  Form Nu 0.  , 1     ; ���������������-** I   ,  t!-.. ...   r ������������������   ������Tn<tn,|.  Ti I..'. IMv'frirt, V������vr. '������  TAKE NOTICK Umr \)\** Vrr-jii-  'on, of Vmicntivpr, oeoupwiioo bnteller  iini'iii'n  to npply hr p������rmiiiiinn to  imri'hHM" the following rii'imrilii'tl  lit n rt ���������- -���������''otunienfion nt 1 peft plmli-d  n"���������- il.,* icddii ������t ttic r'/imtir-'i- et in, r  fi- N'i 1). b"inp tw"* Kiil.--* north i.tn*  ,!h������-i* f������il,n wt't nf tlic iii'Ull.Hi-Hl cor-  ,,.1 rl Sn l,������i"*nc" "ni'lb W ci'ttinx,'  ���������**.i*i*i-ivt-t iSlictni *, llcoe -*tii,.i,  H'l'I'iiiiH, nor." "���������* l ,���������*' to phnr* Mef,  rl��������� nee i������hi 8'i i |i������l,in b|o,i|  ..-. ���������-.   'i     ��������� 1 ��������� 1, 1 11 i.i.ii nn 1 * ���������*��������� t it  ��������� ���������! t liiiin 'I" * *ri'*-, r in- or tuna,  ,'���������>.,,tin il At-'i'1,, ������i 1,  Coast District, IUugo 2,  TAKE.NOTlCIi this Lewis J. Bull, of  V-ti uoitv6r, ooeupation, fnreais.n, iutnals  to apply for  pprmi>-i(.n.> to purciiase   iho  fullottiny deBoribeil  lands;f. mniei.eii***,'  nt a ptst pUnt.vd at the uorth wti t eon r  of No. 16 being six idiIb  n,,rth und t.i.res  milee wost of tin, snitth ivcsl. uorticr of No  1, thcjico ii.ir.h 80 chiu*, tlaviijo wi* t  81)  citaina, thenee mnith   80 chains   thence  01st 80 oh .i,is, to the point ������f counuu ,0-  inotit, cciitniuii gOdO ikjioh, inino i,r hm.  LEW IS ,1. liULL,  Nr.,n,e of Applicnut.  Dalcd 'JtmeOMi, 1010.  LANDAOr.  ' E- rin No, 0,  Form of Notion.  Const. DiHU.or, Kin,*,'., 2,  TAKKNOtlwlii tlmt Aloxiiii.ler J. S'Hv  ���������rt, of Viino iitvor, ou-tiyutio-i, oirpuiihr,.  inioitilH. ti, mi\i)y fu'.'uiiuitifc'o'i, tn |iir-  clin 0 tho fo'.l,iivh,({   tliBeiibcd hi.da:-  CnnimeneiriR  at  i*   v",*t   pliitvted  cnti.o.  nil-re   uhtnu 'il   n iim ia  a ennth e������������.  lerly diivciitm fern, tli. Bouchwus. c.ir-*  ntrof  Nn. 1,  tlnaum noith  811  olinnn*,  tlionoo 0.1st HO chdiifi,.tlit'.iitiH H'.tiith  80  oliiiiim    thenco mvnI; SO ctiiiiiiH,  t.i   point'  of  t'oinnienoiiinoiii, iini.uiiiiiiK 0-1U kuich,  meroor loan.  ALEXANDKUJ. Sl'EWAUT,  Niune of Ap-ilki'int,  D.ite.luiio()|b, 1010.  v .ice t f  :>.i#- J., . l'. I'.U'*,  riri'si'L.'i'K *���������"': hi  C  III.  LA Nil ACT.  l'uriii No, 9. l'orn, of No'.'ve.  Coiirtf DiidiL't, Kmijij 'J,  TAKK NOTICK tlwt Elizilnth ,I���������,o  Stui'.h, t,f Vmiouitver, ������*.cu'ip������lioii, ivj-iv imi  willlllin, illtt'ln'H ,��������� llpfjlj* for p. I'll- n 11 nt  to puruliano the Mlmvi in ilm.nib d Iii.'i,*:  Cotiiiiiiiiioliig nt a lii.tt ',|a������l<-<l ill, tlm  .ttiiHli imhIuiirniir ���������f Nn, I, llioiitn' n inn  B0 uliuiim, 11,011, if lc mu 10,1,. i'������ line, t,,u,,.  co tidUl .SO uluiiiH uluitfc 1,111 tluin bui'Mlu y  uf No, i!ti, tin-iter n,irIn hi, nhi,,,,,, (ih-ium  wi'M Mil oliuiiiK, In pmnt of uniiiiiutiieiiiiii-, t,  oniitttiuii-U OU) iti,ri,n, m**r������ or U*hh,  ELi/lAhKl'll JANKSMillt,  N till, (it Ali(,|:(.'ltllt.  D4i! Juno !)lh, 11)10.  LAND AUi.'.  Form No, 9. Form uf Nmice.  CuM Uiklrkt, lUun,, a,  TAKK NOTICK that Dnvid |),,v���������������n  Milnr, of V������t,o<i���������i'or, in'oupitimi, e_i(it,fi-  tur, intuiiilu to npply lor pi-riiii-JuiDii to p������r-  uhilNu tho folliiwn)^ ,Ut,u|il,.!,l UutU;- V, 11,  nidi i'iiijj >,t a pn-t |ilu|iUi,| ���������t tlm mm,in  ��������� smI unriifr til No, I tlieticit nurtli 10 cluun*  Ihi'limi ttitt Sil iil-llilil', thuiit'e mi uth Nl  ohui 1* thuice Htm 8(1 itlininn, t*i {mint of  iKmniti'titumt'itt, niiiitiiiniiiK (110 ;j..*i,H 11 ore  orliii*.  DAVID LAW.siIN MlLCt  N.imi) uf Aoplumt,  '������..-���������.-1 '-.,, '.,(;,. pull,  ,, ������*���������������.������,.,���������,������������,#>, ���������������������������t������,,������M,awn  l'< ������'.���������'.   ^ALK    A    liv,.   i(.*'H������,i  "i -*��������������� '.ii IihK lot. Fni* liii'tlu't jipi*-  tii'iilni'-- apply nt tlii** ���������*,*H������'m  'nit   r'M.V.   ^...i'h   IV ?���������*-  ,  *> *  ;ii    1; I'd   1,i'i!,*i-     (', t ���������  j-t,'.������n'.������ will Kiii l'.������r *>i>f������,iH',  An*  \l\)   Mt  lIliilllHlV,  ltl. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND; BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  LAND Ad.  Furm No. SL Form of Notice.  Coast District,   Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William F. Smith,  of Vaucouvcr, occupation, ourpenter, in-  teuds to apply for'permission to purchase  tho follou-i.'.g deocribed lands:���������Coinmenc-  "lig at a pi.'.sv, planted at the i.orth east cor.  aer of No. 1, thenoe north 80 chaius, th&noe  allot SO oliinns, thonco south SO cludua,  diicoa west 80 ohuiriH, to point of comai-  inoeiiicut, couiaii.ing 040 aoro-, moro or  ens. WILLIAM 1<\ SMITH,  Niiaio of Applicant,  .kiwi June 9th, 1010.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  LAND ACT.  'orai No. 9, Form of Notiee.  " Coast District,   It'inge 2.  TAKE'NOTICH than Margaret MoKiv-  ������������������, of Vancouver, oeeupalioo, niarriod wo  an, iutauds to apply fer pi'imisbio.i to pur  imo the following do������o,'il,eJ Iain's;���������Com-  eiieing a, ii|i,*Bt plauted at the no, th test  iruerof Nn. 3, heiug t������--i mile., north and  ie intlo earn if the wuili weat corner of  o. 1, tliunee iioriii 8.) ohaius, thonco taat  I cha'ns, tlitiic������������������ ii.inji SO chain.,, thenco  est SQ ohuitis, to tiie [unlit of'comuience-  oat, conlaion,): tilO n. n.-s, more or less.  AiAitt.Ar.ETMoKIVOB,'  Nnne of Applicant,  at-ed JuneOdi, MHO.  tlH'M-U-MUU.'11-Kt't-- WA^*V1  Drink   U.  B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, 8. C  B__5_^iCT^ffit3_Brm5fEar_5Bi3K!ffl  A cup of BOVRIL is a fine  tonic in any season, but it is  valuable in many other ways.  A little added to Hashes  and Stews greatly improves  their food value. Try it when  warming Guaoed Meats.  &  ���������7  z  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -     -     FOR  SALE   BY     -     - '  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.  Vancouver. B������ C.  LAM., ACT,  -riii No. 9. Form of Notico.  Const Disti let, Range 2.  'TAKK NOTICK tin: Anuio Higliam, oi  ancuuvei, nccup-itinu, marrind woman, in  rite to apply for perou'salon to purchase  ;e follow mi; dtsorihtd lands:���������Coinnieuo-  g at ,i post plauted at the north east uir-  tsr of No. 5, homg threo miles tttrth mni  ie mile eaiH of.the south west corner oi  o. 1, theuce 80 chains uorth, tlnuci?. SO  nna east, thuuee SO chain*, south, thence  I chains west, to tlio point of commence-  ent, contafcuiiig 040 aerec, more or less.  ANNIE HICHAM,  Numo of Applioaut.  a ted .Inn"'9th. ,1010.  LAND ACT.  inn No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast Distrio**,  Range 2.  -14-K^WH'CK^^^  V.u couvoi, occupation, muriird wonia j  tends to apply for poruiitisson to purchase  u foil-.wim; described  lands:���������ConiniODC-  y at a post, planted a" tlio north east cor-  'r ofNn. 7, hiii .;  four urlcs linrth  and  ,, *-  o .mile east of the south west corner ot  *). ].. thenco north 80 chains, theuco oast  ichiiiiia, tlionoe south 80 chains, tiietico  in SO ohuins, to tho point of oonuneuuo  i*.nt, coatlinitig 0-10 iuires, more or last",  MAC-UK AUMSTHCNO,  Naim* ol Applicant.  iwd June 9th. 1810.  Always Hit* piinic, j������11ci just as  "iiaevpi*. Tin, '���������Onuid'jiiike"  ������KSS  o  R  B  H '  Pi  Pi  0  Pi  [���������*  'ID*  H  (-1  0  t-l  net  b  in.  <A  M  14 oi 15  D <  <i a -  K... -A .-.  *-: ,���������* ,-*  St*.*  _ o -���������*,  l Q <?  a, - ^  .   "*  ���������-   -. a*  >, ? <**  ���������c'  v  Hi- <!  -J   o ~  a  -r.  Ki  jr. -r .-.  ��������� ii tf S  c W -J  H ������ i������  'ti, 3  S ������  ������ -J-  5 ������  .2 >,'  ���������c --  - >  S I'  ...   k,  -   .*���������*  tn  V  u  <&  *  U..  >>  td  ���������u '  ���������*  ��������� o  a  o  o  f>  a  ri  2 "  ���������S  ?  ���������fl.  ���������XI  IH  <  Mhwi m cmmA  ��������� NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks?,  timber or wood, of!any descriptiodtj  jelonging to tlio "Wellington Colliery Co')*., or from or off tlio land  of tlio ^sii'l Company, will be prris-  I'Ciitet! to tin, full, extent of toe law.  W. h. COl'i'LSON,  (-ruiienil Manager,  WelliiiijLoii Colliery Uo,y.  kotk;e.  Tliditig.oa loeoniotivsH anil   rail  a-ay ca.1*-?  of   the   Union   Colliery  Company.hy.any  per������oi\   or -}isr-  iotiB���������except 'I'ain eie^���������w strictly  i������roh.'ui'.,e(l.    Employees   -re  sub-  i*,c: tu i.i.iiniHP.'t! for ailoiviug ������������������ earn-  By order  W. L..CQULSON,  General Manager.  ^ilq^i^^'^f^^^^^^af^^W,!  C. H TARBELL,  LAND  STRY AGT.  Almost New  A model (en, 4 cylinder Buick  Automobile, carries four passengers, is complete with top, glass  front; lull set of head, side and  tail lamps, and other equipment.  This car lias not run over 2,000  miles, is in A 1 shape. Cost over. Si, 401.1, 0  Owner will tako Siooo for.  Thos. PLIMLEY  tno Goy.t Street, Victoria, B.C.  . |}2f" Opposite Spencers  WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that nn  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Division <">f  Coniox 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  i'amount paid up: ?25O,O0O, divided into 2500 shares of ?1CO.OO each   fully  paid up.  1    (If for raining purposes) Free Min-  ' er's Certificate No   (b.) Tho nr.mc of the lake, stream  or source, (if uiinamod, the description is) Wolf Creek.  (c.) Tho point of diversion: At the  Falls on Wolf Crosk about one mile  below Wolf Lake.  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second) 10 cubic feet.  (e.) The character of the proposed  works: Ceneratin-j plant, power  works, electric work and plant, and  other machinery nnd 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-Ior which the  water is to bo 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 he irrigated, giving  acreage " ......  ���������JHH_i.GIMDE-������i������Mf-  And all KITCHEN    UTENSILS  'UK MATTKHof an iti'p'ien-  tiii'i for a Di',p!icn!o'Certified!<>  of Til lo I'i pint of Section One,  Comox In-uriet  -.UTIUHI In hereby pivrn thut il  ny intention ut tiie expirniion  na niontli from the dale of llm  , publication beiuof to i?puit a  licutu C.������i'tiiic:iu.i of Tilt* to  ve bind ini-iu-d to John J������ii*>ti-tH  'linijs on tliel)0*li day of July  0 and numbered 2275.1.  J. P. MeLKOI),    j  Deputy Utglstriii* Gmiefitl.  id llnnimry Ofline, Vidnriii, H <\  lillli day of June 1910.  mm  ������.������;. .hI_������ '  Ihtro aro ninny ba!;:n_ powclara but  There Ib Only One  RI3AOSC nAKJflO E������OWDER  It ia ?uro, Wholi'tijinij aad Econorr.lct.!.  eosji L; Aa SSZKS.  YotbrJ;i\ Out.  ZTQ,  r  ,/9l  itS^ <������lr.������iTO.|  cmmwrwmKHnniHMw:',!* PM,wimr.w������<^wiBwwnwiwn  The .Courtenay Hotel  Every convonieiKc for guests.  ThoOHiitial Moli'l for Sportsmen  None bill tins Dust of Wines and iJqtinrs  ,u the Hav,  RATKS RRARONABLE  I  and '       ,$  Genera! Hardware: 1  *^ft^^o^iO������A^'������'^^MV*s^Vf'������sJp  tUmmW^s* iJtjaxia3Um\m*evF������a.-mmiirMemm,-^^  ^^-^.&>^.fytf4i^^Km^^.i>,^^  !   F  a*n  , \,y -.itwiu  4  STORE  J. JACK.   Pitoi'  Vr* ^i**aw*mvtwma*mwt>a t  9  9  *���������  ���������it)  <>  *J  i  4  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Gaudies,  Fruits and Tobacco  Vancouver Ice Cream,  >  '>  ���������i>  <!)>  9  (0  '>  4> Dtiiifiiniiir Av,3.  Cuuii>',i'l*ind d>  ���������8; t*>  VV&$V������$&WV&&$*9'WW9W  MlM ***>���������������*_ _.*���������������  '  ii'���������T***f*if������-l"  *A������ir*rixfs������������ti-u-ii-|*4iBv������������  mtotaeaamttamam  I'liitUfiii'tion -- Mny ii "(-ii'iind  lite" nnd luivw KitliHl'iimioii. Un-  (iiiiido, Intii'l miid,',    tin:;  iiiude  [n clniii;,Iliiviuiii l^illor,  Oil SAI.IC A   Konl  Run-  III, Ailfiillioblli', 1.15-1 <S Il'trs,*-  K-r-l cyliiidt'i', nil Nmvly paiiit-  u������\v iyu\'#, und os'erylliiuj,; c-oiu-  L'd.'-jirieJ STCiJ.Oli,     Ajipiy to  , Juluihtoii, Coiii'lcniiy JloUil.   ���������O   (;, JCiiido I'ip" lining *tw\  hMl rcjiniriiip,  John -JohiiRton.    Prop  y ���������wiMA-tAi-ii r������ 'twi^v. i' a%w*M~.mi.+tma.at**rtM..ei*.w,Ji  NUTICK TO TUK PUBLIC.  I'l'ivini* Invit *i lur,!,' wHinliniinoiird mdl  at ('niirU'iif.y, I will hi funin, Kcc,, n*,  li'tml ii ijlot'li i f ,,ll I ii*iln nf Ilii.v, Ui'.iiu,  mid i'wd ,1 lowff>l n-iirltoi riiii'ii, A  H|���������'t.'inliy will I", iim,l������i *'f rii'lcr ���������ru���������l,o,.l  fiied f* r liorH'H wliio'i vili ii)ii':i' a Hivina  of ������ii������ Hun1 in lliu uoit of tiod. Or*l,���������i*  (���������ivi-ii llm loinni'lir ,,i-by |ili���������uu ������HI In*  l'r���������ni|,,|y lllli'd, 'fimiikiiijfyoii fur your  ���������ittr* n������a'' In lli������ i������������Ht. -nil W'-lnMny* u cm,  liuu *ii,H*,if iln, tmiiiii uu liio-iiiur Jiuuh, I  lli |^ '.O H ii.* i I  Yuu,*, ��������������� twiuniiiiidi  1IVMOX CltA^FOUl).  va^eamnmtrMmotiw#u i������aw* r,>#^+*---*e*mW*.e+*������re\a>m  UNION S. S. CO.. of..II.C. Ltd  C"J>*M>ij.<i������S>^-<j>*^*>.0-t>'*O^<><T>'t>'>0<j>  Ooalci" in  ALL KINDS OF  Fruit, Xandy Cigsrs |  Cigarettes. 4 Tobacco. |  l.oiKsra 'lllock, $  CiJ.MlUCRLANl), H.C.  WATER, NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of* the. "Water Act, 1909," to.ob-  ,tain_a_licexise~ia������the���������^Division���������of-  Comox District.  (a);The. name of Company in full:  Comos Logging and Railway Company.  The head oflice: Fraser:Mills, B.C.  The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up: Capital ?250',000 divided Into 2500 shares of $100.00 each  fully paid up.  i (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b) The name of the lake, stream  or source (if unnamed, tho description i.) Unnamed Creek, flowing  through L. 42, Comox District.  (c.) Tho point of diversion: About  1000 ft. abovo the Bridge at crossing  of Naiinii.no Road and about 1500 ft.  above mouth,  (d.) Tho quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet por second) Ono  cubic foot.  (e.) The charactor of tho proposed  works: To ho ptpod for supplying  water to machinery to be lined in  connection with Railway and Logging  operations,  (f,) The premises on which tho water Ik t,o ho used (describe same): In  the ' icinity of and over Oompnny'a  Right of Way and property In Comox  DiNtrli't.  (g.) Tho purposes for which tho  wator i������ to bo used: Industrial (sup-  I'lyin,: water ior machinery).  (h) If for irrigation describo the  land intended to bo Irrigated, giving  ���������icrcngr , , ���������  ti.) i, the water, is to hn iiHnd for  power i*.r mining purp<*ncn doKcrlbo  tin: i-laco whore tlio w,,ui* l,i to ho  returiitd to nomr, nrlural ������hanii,:l,  nnd tin* (lilTm-pnci, in tiltHndo hotwcmi  imiiit ut diviiniion nnd point of return    %e>*4>*j+4>4}A**Wi>tr*>9+i-������J* |,fl '"'"1"("1 by U'" ]m,]H,ml v",rk  Nniio,  (j.l'.ien of Crown land intundod to  B'  %*BmMUH������umm  (I;., Tills niitir" wm* iiiinffd on tlio  ?71h (In:; nf f * ly, l'.M0, nnd ii!']*llrii-  tlnn will be mndo to tlm Cominl'-'iiion-  *t wih   ::=   il  jc, bat the '  (Jraud i'liU'''  itr litis all those iiceo.i.iiy  lUi-fH which p;ivo   so much  lilvU'tlM'M will   i',*lifi:r a fiiMT  Lfinjjjiiiji m 'lifir ml**, Tint lut, r  .Minnlay, un idi������   will   ������-!ii bl.  jni>,',.*,.%   '.',   ',,!���������. it   i* r."   '**������������������  \t\r,l\o fill tilt* f'dln'.villtf  Ttl������"'-  Atl in  vs.    "i'rv  the  it.  lKit*    "-'���������'', Hu'ii-iuiit ,mrvie,i   l������iilwi-i������ii Vimnouwi',  Nundin, Uninii, ('(.tiHt.'i, l*y  tlm  ���������tii| Clydi, Iniill, twin H'li'**.'  m���������fi������������������*r "COWiriiAN"  l.'duiH V.ii)('oi,vi���������, ."-ntui'ilny M |. in  A : viv.l  \'i,lll ill'.ii,   Sid,l,i (|,V   1'-' ,, 111  Ari'iirH Ulii in, >i,iiiIi<,������ Iii, ���������i  Ari'tirH C, iu,i.i,   ���������-iinitny h a m  Ho nrn'n-i;; ���������  l*,':iv������'H i"o ii***. **ii>.l,,y l \i ������ii  .'��������� ��������������������������� - /-��������� ....:,;. I. ...  Arriv"������ N,,,u in*,, ���������iiiiiliiy II |* n\  JmiV'i1 I'uri- in-.-r '.',- d.ij 7 r. vi  HltOi' l������ IVi'������ t*' ,i,'i 1-1 < lin,U<r|;i|i     . V-  ������������������iv si.nihij n.iuM >(:<���������,. ,*.rr'fi! oi   ( O'.v.  i .** tl.'L'i, " Hi)-1   ISO   I,   t\*l|,lif/il<t  >1 i.<n*-i  i   ,  , ,  'it I   y ui,   :0uav������'..i.w  *������u- ������u ������.���������*.;  Utiiw.  5?  McLEODS  ���������Oil I'lllrt'l-CLAKS  C/.NOY. KliCITH,  CICAUS ,'i 'i'DHACCOh  i, c .*.n Cir "'i dn;;  ���������|*'''  -.,.  Dill  a en a  NOT I OH I  I'.'.'i't'y M<im.:iy ni'.'l Tiusilay I  will I.,- in town t<"������ <lvliver Fresh  IliiUrr r.'t'l nil kiiid:i"l'Vet'vtiiblcs-  * ���������*r'  will  I'I.) Cive llm iniinmi nnd nil'lrc-isp't  of nny I'lpiiilnii proprlftoi'H or lirun-  itflii who nr wlioin lundH are liltoly t<,  l*i* nlliTinl hy tin- p,-n|ii -v-d wurhd,  f.|t|ii*r nhnvn nr l,rln\v Mm mitlnt,,  M,'M, or Ur. Mlll'ird, ('orTtcn-iy. H.C.  '"   '     ;.    -    -:. ,  ...    ....  r*.'>rnfi->,."V     *;,r, ,       I    j f ,  t 1,1,1   IIH ���������i|1.ll'M-!-/n   till'   J'l'ilplliJCd   ,'lppll  rittiot) nnd wnrkn,  (.-iii'iiatiTi'l  f"OMOV T.OriGTMO   AND  II Ml.WAY CnMT'AS'V  (i) If the water is to be used for  power or mining purposes describo  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.  (Ic.) This notice was posted on the  28th dnv of July, 1910, and applica-  "t"ioS"^lTl~To "macTe~toTBe Commi-,--  sionor on the 7th day of September,  1910.  1.) Give the - names and addresses  of r.ny riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to  be afi'ootod by the proposed works,  either above or below tbe outlet:  Esquinalt & Nanaimo Railwuy of  Victoria; Canadian Western Lumber  Co., Ltd., of Fraser Mills, B.C., and  O. Bristol, Sanwich, B.C.  Attach copy of such parts of the  Company's memorandum of association ns . authot-lzo tbo proposed application and works.  (Signature) COMOX LOGGING AND  RAILWAY COMPANY, LTD,,  By A, D. McRae, Director,  (P.O. Address) Fraser Mills, B,C.  EXTRACT    from   ,tho  Act of thu  Comox LoRirinp- and Railway    Company authorial rn; the proposed application and works:  Sub-section (e) of flection 8 of tho  Comox LoR-glnK and Railway Company Act:���������  "(o) To strike, apply for, pnrchp.su  "or otherwipo acquire, water and  "water records, and to enjoy and  "hxnrclHO nil tho ri'-htn, power:,,  "and privileges of n power com-  "pirny under'Part IX of tho -'Wiv-  "ter Act," or anv titntutory modi-  "ncatlon thoreof."  WATKR NOTIOK.  NOTICK is hereby ������ivon that an j  application will In* I'lmio under Part. '  V. of tho "Water Aid, IMO'J," to oh- J  tain a liceniso in the Divinlon of ���������  Comox iilHtrict, |  (n.) The nnmo of Cninpimy in full: j  WidllM-toii Colliery Co., Ltd.  Tin, bund onlci,: Victi.rifi, fl.C.  'Iln, au|i|t'il, how divided, rdiowlni*  amount paid tip: ?:,,fl0ii,000 dlvi-WJ  Into ao.OOO Hlmrt'in of H00.00 oncli,  fully paid up,  tlf lor ntiuinst inirjioHtm) Free Miner's ,',rt.l:t',it,i No   lb.) The nnini, id Ink;,,��������� Htronm or  Boiirre (if imnnnn"!, tlio dttHcrlptlon  it,)   I'uiitlwlKo fitvt-r.  (c.) Tlm pi.Int ,d divi'iHifiii: At a  point above tho Ff.Un r<n tho Punt-  led|!r Hiver, Comox District,  td.) Tin, i|iii.���������tity of water applied  for (In I'lihlc fi'cl per NT.ond): 1500.  (o.) T!k* chnnirtrr cf the propoHO-l  *vi*ii,n;     (ttmeniiiiiK    plant,    power  .   '(hf,,   , Hi   viil.;l,l,   V.Hl rth   Ulllk   pliUll  <\in|   otiiti     iiiacliincry   onil ronvim  ivnrr-n ni--*������"i*,nry f'-r jr,dn,I't piwei.  tf.) Tic pr''tni,*,'n mi which tlie v.n  lit i,i ti. In* 'j,."il (('";>r H -i* M'i"ri: O ������������������  ,l,,li    i' |i ;!  ,, >    nt   Till,     ' -ll!'!!',   'II   ���������   ' -I  IITV Cnnipnny'H f,t'',  prnin-rty   "'i''  the place v/ber ��������� .-���������* ,* ������������������ . i  returned to s������. .*���������*:���������.��������� . -,.-. -,-i:-.  and the diJlerenci- m ali,a..dt ���������**;>,.  point of dhtr.rio-j snd joint of return: At a convcni'.nt i-i ce below t!;t  Stoughton F.lla in the vicinity Oat-  let Brown River, Sections 30 and 1-1,  Tp. 9, Comox Da r.ct. The point of  return is about 100 feet lower altitude than the point of diversion.  (j.) Area of Crown lend intended to  be occupied by the proposod works:  None.  (k.)This notice was posted on tho  2"th day of July, 1910, nnd application will be made to tho 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 tho proposed works,  either above or below the outlet: Wellington Colliery Co., Ltd.  Attach copy of such parts of tho  Company's memorandum of association as authorize tho proposed application and works.  ( Signaturo )    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 tiso as a  motivo power electricity * * * * and  to manufacture or acquire plant,  machinery, apparatus and materials  of every kind for the production and  distribution of electricity * * ** * to  g*enorate, use . or dispose of, supply  or distribute electricity ���������������������������>** for  lighting or motive power .* * * * and  to construct, lay down, establish and  carry out cables, Tftres, lines, accumulators, lamps and works ���������" * * + .  S;S."LI*THIA"  ^Iri^eTTsed" for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good kcowMMkn  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the. dav or \vet:k.  For particular:; apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G.LI. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Como x,\ii C.  m*mVzmiWMK3mm<miittii:v tw  Seed:  jV}'  s  OP KVBHV KIND, in ai-y  quiiclily, by the pnckngo or  by tin, pound.  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  iirown to ���������uil iho B. C,  d hi atu,  Catalogue  Free by Kail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Lid.  780 OiHiivlll.* Krn*ft  p. 0. riox 1003  VANOOUVKR, B.C.  W'W"!W'������'*'*-"������'V������**  t'-fl*  Hid  -������ li r.  .11-'  ;i ,,1  1111',,11 ii'  run*  ,!'.!,. Adi'rt���������-<) Fra.er Millm. It.C  Kxlr.'.ct fr im t.lu* Ad r>f the f'omi.^ | ���������.f,l,liii,������,i in Cnifto* Jlii-'riri  L-ini'li,*,! n������'l  Hill"*-,**- *"(*rnpn���������v   nr-j   <p.)  ri,, ���������vr, ���������num ,,n v.Hti-l* t1-* w  ,'iriri'li'i' ������i*������    r,"���������t-r',r,ri\   nppllrntlm 1 tir h������ to I" ���������i*eil: C-f-t  *i,"' ,���������!���������*",'���������  f/'i! 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'b-iiiir  i,5   i-ttoves  ifhi nil<',<'-'���������.   ,ii*'.'������ pit,:ithin'r   t\w\  iptjttr :tt.n:>: ;���������������.! j������tiu.'i:.i rcpatr-  jni^.    1.1/.a; .Ayi'n' 111 t!.. Ulivir  jTyp������A*rit������r.  nine|ii""v of rll i  ,,1 (������i*n  m  CLIPPER  ('..mny   Li'iTi-ln,*; ii���������*I Hallway   (Join  rr*r*v Art-- . .*,. #,,.-.    t ,  "fi',) To I'trV,', at'i-lv fnr, purcliffe j i.,,,'  tu n il* fi-K r-1 * uowrr   foni'/nr."  "or   rithir-rl-io   jifnulM wtt*ar   ���������������,!   ,-n^T ������'>���������>���������">"'������ it ntr,'*  ������.rt.  "Ult.t   n������-'**<-.1)-.,   amf   ���������������>  an**?    a*ot\     ,��������������� \   ������������  tnr   lrM--t*f,n   ^������..-'i���������      " #|(lfto     W 1    _l III nu  ���������vri-r-l--* rx!!     tha   rkhN. p.-iwrr*., jt������nd mtwM t.i Vr !r-lttntM, ftv|n" ; ^-WiOtf FIT Tttr^   SIHgll C9?|, I If CtJ,  "nnd pr-)rl|������tf������������* ,t  ���������  noir#T     fnrr,    artfAcr  ������������������i-irtti-- uftlifr Purt IT ot *h������ ������������������W'-tK* I  nr." 1  ��������� *...   1  It THf trsrATCflT  IlICATSiiGiU I SHUW PIPER  IN THI WORLO.  ���������'\ri   r,r nm-     ������tntiitnry mwllflca  ���������'Hop thrnotA'  (I.i II tha wntfr I* to f* ih������<1 tor  |  pf.t������������-r or mlnln*:    pn'r^s*"* iifri'"  I^IKJi VW : !.;T.  8aiv;?l;; Ccfy rhu-  mxnwruawt.tAjtj'  1  4J.������!| II* ���������  !,<il������|'  a**,,  <    I..,.."  IU   ���������  ���������1 a "i  *������  mm THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Surges  Story  He Saw the First Part of - Drum-  and Wm an Actor In the  Second P&rt.  By BEVERLY WORTHINGTON.  Copyrlfrlit, 1910, by American Press  Association.  1 nin a surgeon, and 111,1 home Is tu  Florence. Italy. Wheu a youiiK uwu t  studied at a uuIIi-ki- of pbys'claus and  Burgenus iu my unlive country. America, but, possessing u taste for art.  concluded to chiui^e my profession.  Coming here Io Florence. 1 studied art  for awhile, but soou saw that I did  Uot possess the uileut necessary to  make an artist, flavin;-; fallen in love'  With this delightful city. 1 t-eiuulucd,  hanging out my shingle as u surgeon:  Oue night 1 attended a bull at the  ritti puliire. It was m.v 11 rut appearance among th,* aristocracy of Florence, and 1 was much interested iu  watching the people tiiere, few of  whom I had ever seen. A young girl  with a gisiili-mai.' ntteuduut on each  side of her walked by me. The appearance of the three told a story.  The mau on her left was young, hand-  _oui<>, in every way attractive. He on  her rijrht was past middle age and  disagreeable looking a.s'the other was  engaging. As they passed tne he gave  the younger unit, a malignant look.  Tbe girl appeared to be mueli troubled.  It was plain thut her heart was with  the mau 011 her left, that she was constrained to choose tin- man ou her  fight aud that ttie two tueu huted each  other ou her account.  "Everywhere.'" I remarked to myself, "the stream of life is troubled.  To be rich, to be prominent, does not  render one iinmuiie from that which is  disagreeable. Happy love has evident-   i"U":o!aej������jjiis young girl, to lie interfered with by^uT~wliorj3(lgin|r*from"  her expression, has some claim upou  her. How 1 should like to know tns>  story!"  As I thought the last words I little  drenmed that within a few hours a  tdlmax would come iu the drama being enacted by these three persona  andnthat 1 would come upon the stage  for u minor part. When I left the  palace 1 went directly lo my rooms  und to bed. Au hour later I wus  awakened from a sound sloop by a  violent knot-kin'-*;. "1 arose, slipped on  n gown und opened the door. Two  gentlemen in evening dress stepped  Into-the room,  "You nro the American surgeon, I  believe?" said one.  "At your service," 1 replied.  "You are wanted to intend n mnn  dnngerotiHly wounded," sum hip other.  "You aro chosen partly on iiecount of  your standing In your profession, but  principally heinnse you are not ono of  our elrelo. We do not like our affair*  to be known. 1 must ask you to permit mo lo blindfold you,"  I obJoi'ttHl  l��������� this, hut one of the  mon put his hand to his hip pocket nud  drew, forth n small pistol with mother-  of-pearl   mourning*,  while  1 lie other ,  produced n mi Hello,    I picked up my i  hng of liisiruiiii'iii-i mid miltered them ]  to tie 11 handkerchief nhoii, my eyes, |  Thoy led me out 10 the sidewalk, told  tno fo raise my foot, mid 1 aleppcd Into  it cnrrliigo.  "Drive n rotiiidnlxiiit way," I hoard  one of the g'*ntl-*.-in������ii nny.  "No," Interposed the other, "lie mny  bleed In dentil, Wo lilllHt go OB quickly as (awMltilii."  There was no need to nmke turn*,  for I hnd no Idea where they were  Inking inn. In what I nupponed to lm  ten iniiiutoH the ciirrlnge slopped, I  waa helped out mill noon liy Uie Increased warmth of the tilr felt myself  to lie In 11 building. Then I mounted  Htepn, and al hint Hie liatiduge ww*  taken off my eye*. I was miiiidlng  lio-dde 11 I "oil ���������ii which lay-mini bile  ulclii-tlio young niiiii I had noon walk  Ing on ihe left of the girl ut Hie I'ltil.  1 knew too well iln* danger of show  lug any sign ���������f recniiiittltm.  "8,'iiore Dnltiiii," lie mild with n feeble vnli e, "I hnve liecrt -Miilibod <��������������� Hie  left side-hero," uncovering. "It I* near  Ihe hour, "  It was near tho heart, lint luul fortunately Just escaped Hml nrunn. After  an exiiinlniiiloii I iissiired the patient  thill If he kepi perfectly unlet Hit iln*  wound should heal lie voiiW recover  lluf I thought thai, considering It*  clowe proximity 10 11 vital organ. 11 -Mir-  titt.i, A,,.'.] ������������������ "*���������''��������������� "���������������������������I-, lilm until n  ���������bertl'i,!"- ������*i*itili1 lie o*t 11 hi lulled,  "Then." mid one ol the men win, li.nl  lir',ii������|iif#"''.i"j-oii iiiiixi remain,    We  ,a������ wolf    r* *s'������' '**"-������ ���������mi'Bwmw should  if ',,,m> I' re Ju-.������ now."  >T my t������rneH.^-n,jr iMtlonmr  '   ,1""1 '���������"'      *.���������tl,.e  Mtl-lll  erally palil for,"  ,nde 11 virtue ���������r naeoanUr and im-  Meh'lwh"r ,' '"' '""'niied ho ent  am! wlW.' ,,m' lUiMm] iiir/tcd nnd  looked nltntit ".*"���������, J pun lit/ oiie of  '.lw"*' "'*' fi',1*,'*"' n-** tttw Jre enll,**!  Ill Florence, M<*n-~tlmc to -.rune liilln  rrtfol fa01 Ily The furniture, nt le,i-������r  Home ft It, <m<i������t ttftie Im'oi* unverul  trnrtdretl year* old. The |,e<l on which  Ihe *������iii*,ni,t<*'l item lav wn* t-nnopM  On the wait* were palming*. *������i,me of  ���������Which I roonutdrrd nn m������������ier|i|e������M*������ ������f  Un* fifteenth find otft^iiUi wntirle������,  TTiere 'vn������ no one In the room eaeept  the iwo men who lirmirtri* me nnrt th*  pattern*. I directed that a large tonneo  ot AMl<|tio pattern h'ioiiM he made  t-tafortabl* tor <m to aterp m. aa it  amid tw heat tnr ma to be wary eear  tba p-vf-wit   Then the man mee bat  brought me left, one of tbem first say-  lug to me:  ; "Senore Dottorl, we are very glad to  ! hear you say that the patient bas so  J good a chance for his life. When you  j leave here be discreet and all will be  J well with you, but if you talk-well,  I all I have to say is you will not talk  j very long."  I 1 remained a week nt the palace, the  I name of which I did not know. In-  1 deed. I was not permitted to leave the  1 room of the patient, my meals all be-  : lag served there. My mail waa  j brought me, and tt was amusing for  ; the first day or two to read the mes-  i sages of my patients with reference to  my sudden disappearance. Then 1 asked those who had kidnaped tne to  leave word at tny apartments that 1  had been called to Sienna on a very  important ease. This had the effect to  quiet those who sought tne.  My patient turned out to be as engaging a man as 1 dad deemed him to  be when be passed me lu the Pitt!  pa lace.  "Your effort." 1 said to him one day.  "to keep your drama���������it came very  near being a tragedy���������from me would  possibly have been successful had It  not been that 1 was at the ball at the  Petti palace the night you were stabbed. 1 saw you pass me with the man  who stabbed you nnd the lady for  whom you were stabbed. So you see  it would be safer for yon to tell the  the whole story, since I have a part  of it. I pledging myself to secrecy,  rather than to permit me to go away  with what I already hnve unpledged."  He was not only very much astonished, but saw the reasonableness of  what 1 said.  "I did not notice you." he replied,  "at tbe ball and supposed that you bad  no position in court society. An Italian surgeon would bave been unavailable for us. We are all so Interlaced  socially, those below constantly watching those above and all watchlug one  another, that we dare not trust any  one of our own number. You, as aa  American, are not mixed In our jealousies, our disputes, our"���������  "Assassinations.''  "You are wrong there. The-e are  no assassinations in modern Italy. I  .fot!gbt^witb_tha_DnkjEsi__But_J__jvHT  tell you the story und have every confidence tbat you will uot reveal it.  "I am Count Baradini, and my ancestors have lived in this palace since  the twelfth century. The man you  saw on the other side of the senorina  at the ball was tbe Huke of Abolino,  a relative of the king. The senorina  herself is the daughter of the Countess  Francoceio, an old family that sprang  up under the influence of Lorenzo de'  Medici, commonly culled Lorenzo the  Magnlfleeut. Senorluu Biaiica Fran-  coceio nnd myself have been lovers  ever since I was slxleen and she four-  leeti years old. U|>oii her euiratico Into  society lately oa her eighteenth birth-  duy the duke hiiw her and became desirous of possessing her. He Is a  widower, very rich und has great Influence with the king, Soon after seeing Senorliiii Biancu he made a formal  appNcutlon for her hand. Her mother  ���������her father hi dead-urged her to accept what Ih to he considered In a  worldly point of view 11 bettor position  tiinii 1 could give her. To he n duchess  and rich Is higher lu Ihe worldly hcuIo  thnn to be a countess and with no ���������possessions except this old piilaco, As for  niauca, her heart Is all mine, ns mine  Is hers, and If left 10 her own will  Kite would refuse the duke to marry  mo. Indeed, nil her than wed with  hlm sho declares sho will go Into n  convent.  "Tho duke was expecting to havo  hit* own wny In the matter whon nt  Ibi? recent bull at the Plttl he discovered that J was his rival. I wns with  Honor)na Blninn ,1 few minutes boforo  we passed you, when tho duke Joined  her nud by ������ look bade me give wny  to hlm, I ii������.l,ed the lady to go with  me Info -iiiofhcr apartment, she as-  sen!i-d, whereupon Hie dliku went wllh  na. On reaching the other room Waned showed (he duke so plainly Hun his  [iresenco wits not desirable Unit bo left  us, giving tne tt iimllguii'it look as he  did so thnt plainly men 111 'I nm n  iiiun of loo much Ituportiineo to be Interfered with by such iih you,'  "On leaving tho imliice tho duke, who  took ocn-don t<> go out nt tlm same  time as 1, Jostled me. Keelng thnt I  must have It out wllh hlm, I wilt hlm  11 challenge.  "Just 111 present the king would be  fiirlmm If he knew (hat memhern of  the in>l������l!iiy to whom he looks for sup-  port, especially III* relnilve, Iind fought  11 duel. If I were known to have sent  n challenge to the l)iike of Abolino I  tdinuld In some way he made to miffnr.  I met him within un hour nfier we.  'left the Petti; but, roiiln-ltiff my position, 1 did not dare even pink hlm.  THc. QUEEN CONSORT.  Peculiarities of the Position ot King  George's Wife.)  Great as are the powers of the  King, the Queen Consort shares but  lew of them. In some resjieets, thanks  largely to King Edward, who set up  many precedents during hi.*; short but  memorable reign, her privileges are  greater than they were, but her per-  quisities are fewer. Before the time  of the late King the Queen never rode  in the great coach of state beside her  husbaiid, for in law she is not equal  to him, being merely his subject.  At one time the sovereign allowed  his consort one-tonth of the revenue  from the crown lands and other  sources of income, which was known  as the Queen's Gold, but since the  days of William IV. she has had h  separate grant. To manage her own  affairs the Queen has her own household, which comprises a lord chamberlain, vice-chamberlain, treasurer,  private secretary, mistress of the  robes, live ladies of the bedchamber,  four bedchamber women, and four  maids of honor. Tho Archbishop of  York is her chaplain in perpetuity,  and she can also appoint her own  attorney-general and solicitor-general  to represent her in the courts, but  this privilege has not been exercised  within recent years.  lt is high treason to conspire against  the Queen Consort during the reign  of her husband, but should she survive him anyone doing her an ijijury  can only be proceeded against hy the  common law as if she were a private  person. Should she herself be guilty  of crime she can only be tried by the  House of Peers, but she can ba sued  in the ordinary way.  Thus, a subject cannot sue the King  for debt, but the Queen can be compelled to pay her bills like any ordinary citizen, one of the curiosities of  her position being that by law she is  only a single woman, and therefore  cannot shelter herself behind the  Married Women's Property Act, as  can the wife of plain John Smith.  The idea is that the King is so occupied by affairs of state that he has 110  time to devote to his purely domestic  concerns, so that his wife must look  after her own business and be solely  responsible for any debts incurred by  her.  As the Queen Consort is liable to  b.' sued in the civil courts she can  ,.dsa_!i'r^'i-33_jj;^^_^  should she so uesire it she .can compete with certain peeresses" by going  into business as a milliner, or opening any. other shop that takes her  fancy. However, when signing the  lease or other legal document she  must always be careful to add the  words ''Queon of England" to her  Signature. Cue of her privileges is  that of riding in an unnumbered  motor-car.  Although sbe takes no part in tho  government of the country and cannot sign a state document, the King  can appoint hot us his proxy in the  event of his being iii or away, from  Kngland during a grave national  crisis. This actually occurred a few  years ago, when tho Ministers held a  uoniiultittion with Quuen Alexandra,  with the happiest results.  But us soon as she becomes Queen-  Dowager most ol her rights cease.  She is simply an ordinary private  citizen and cannot even remarry  without the consent of the reigning  monarch, but she is always allowed  an annuity of between $250,000 and  $500,000 to maintain her station with  becoming dignity.  One or the Other j  Mrs.   Wink.-,���������I    notice   that   Mr.  Blinks rarely spends aa even.ng away j  front home.    Isn't that devotion?        j  Mr. Winks���������Either that or his wife|  has bought him a lot of new ties.       1  Pains about Heart  Splitting Headaches  Some boys in school were asked to  define an editor. Hire are some of  their definitions: "An editor is a man  who handles- words." "An editor  makes liis living out of the English  language." "An editor is somebody  {who does not do anything himself, a-id  when somebody else does, goes and  tells other people all about it." Another gave a more thoughtful defini-  t-'on, whether or not it was original  with him: "An editor is a man who  has the industry of 11 beaver nnd the  instincts of a bee."  The Poor Man's Friend.���������Put up in  small bottles that are easily portable  and sold for a v"v sin-ill sum, Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil possesses more  rower in concentrated form than one  iiimdre 1 times the quantity of many  unguents. Its cheapness and the  varied uses to which it can be put  make it the poor man's friend. No  dealer's stock is complete without it.  Little Boy���������"I want a dose of castor  oil."  Druggist���������-"Do you want the kind  you can't tast������������������>?"  Litjb Boy (anxious to get even) ���������  "No,'sir; it's for mo,her."���������San Jose  Citizen..  Caused  Much Suffering and Alarm-  But All is Well Now Since Using  DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD.  Nearly even-body gets serious when  the heart is affected.  Headache often tells of just ns groat  danger but headache is so common  that it often fails as afi alarm signal.  You are never in greater danger  than when the nervous system becomes exhausted. For there is then  every reason to look forward to some  form of paralysis and consequent  helr-lessne.ss of mind or body.  Sleeplessness, headaches, indiges.  tion, irritability, nervousness, loss of  interest in things about you and inability to concentrate the mind are  somo of the symptoms of approaching  nervous collapse.  Let the writer of this letter tell you  what Dr. Chase's-Nerve Food did for  him when in such n condition.  Mr. J. Law, 247 Hunter street, Pet.  erhorueh, Ont-., and who is emnloved  with the Peter Hamilton Co.," states:  "For a long time I was troubled  with  severe splitting headaches,  and  , suffered a great deal with pains in the  i region of my heart, caused no doubt  j by indigestion. I procured a box of  1 Dr.  Chase's Nerve  Food, and began  this treatment.   Since using this pre-  1 partition for sune tiiie, I can asy that  1 feel qtiie different, and my health  is very much improved. My digestion  : is good, and the headaches an.i pains  I about my heart have not troubled me  I nt all of late. 1 can sincerely recom-  ; mend Dr. Chase's Nerve Food as a  ! thorough cure for nervous dyspepsia  rand its accompanying symptoms."  j You can rely on Dr, Chase's Nerve  ; Food to    bring   you   safely out   of  trouble when the nerves become exhausted, because it supplies in con-  idensed nnd easilv assimilated form  ' the ingredients which nature requires  j to build lip the new nprve cells.  ��������� In s������vere c:,ses treatment must be  ; regular nnd persistent but you will  j soon notice signs' of im������royemen*  ! which will give you encouragement.  J Win- not eet started on the roid to  j'^ealth to-day? Dr. Chase's Nerve  ! Food, 40 ct������. a bov, all dealers, or  i Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  Minard's   Liniment C^ures  Distemper.  Hoax���������"Men   live   faster   than   women.'  ,loax���������"That's right'.   My wi'e and 1  were the same nge when w������ were mar-  Iried. hut I'm forty now and she's jus't  'thirty-one,"  Fashion and Finance j Artiste-.' Jealousy  "Checks are to he much worn this ���������    Fi*-st Hurdygurdist���������Lumme, 'Orace,  season," said Mrs, Watchem. 'don't it make yer heart bleed to hear  "The checks I give you don't have a ] of that Paddywiskv chnp"gattm'.thah.  chance to be worn," replied her re-1 s������nds o' pahnds fer thumpin' 0' his  liance.  planner?  Sp"ond-  -Not 'arf it don't.      An' 'e  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria,' don't 'nve ter Moo",-n'  w*>U lug his  planner abaht wiv 'im neither!  Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes  Relieved by Murine Eye Remedy,  fry Murine for your Eye Troubles.  You will like Murine. lt Soothes.  SOc at Your Druggists. Write for Eye  Books Free. Murine Eye Remedy  Co., Toronto. 2  "1 want to learn to make jelly," said  the newly installed housewife. "Is it  hard?"  "Oh, Lord, no, mum!" replied the  cook, .with supreme pity. "It's soft."  ���������Judge.  A convertible wagon bed which o-m  ho ohantred into 15 different kinds of  A Safe Pill for Suffering Women.���������  bodies for ns many uses about a farm |T,^ see'uih'd wTor^men which per-  _',"L0"1 "&"g..!������t-0J- ,*^?1-,fom at I mits of little hea'thful exercise, is. a  a single piece lias been invented.  jf-uitftil cause of derangements of the  ! stomach and liver and is accountable  Eld'-Tly Suitor (cau^'t looking nt a'"for the ra'iis* and lassHude" that "so  girl at n������-xt table)���������"She reminds me  of you, Lucy,"  Slv���������"Then why not stare at me in  stead?"  Confession  ol   a  Ghoul  J-^-^'ou-sa)uJM.t_llia_dj^ased_^as^ a^  blameless, man, beloved anil respectedT  You knew him?"-  "No;  I got that   from   his    tombstone."  Cute Woman  "Mrs. Front knows her business."  "Now what?"   ���������  "She contracts with e litors to hnve  her society tiotiLes go on the'spoiti. g  pfige." '   "    ���������  Poev'sh, pa'e, restless, a">d sickly  children owe their conditi'*"' C* worms.  Mo������h������.r Graves' Worm Exterminator  ,vill relieve them and -M'ori* health.  many of them exne-ieoce. Parmelee's  Veget/'ble PiPs will correct irregularities of th" digestive o*gan������ and restore health'and vigor. The most  doMoate woman can u-e them with  safety. h'>ea"s" th������ir -lct'on.-* while effective, is' mild and soothing.       What is said to be the biggest bean  ���������*. ,     '   r,eld in the world is in Santa Ana,  Madge��������� Here's a sprig of mistletoe, j Calif.   Of the 17,000 acres in the field,  4?nr." * ; 14,000   are   nlanted   with   limns   and ���������  PlTyllli^"Oh7^h.H*,ta-������wfall-^ field  nro you sure can sp-*re it?" ���������   i is n^ncd by one company, but TeTouT  Madge���������"Oh, I don't need it!" ion lenses, '..--.**-.  Don't exneriment ���������'th un-atisfac  tory". substitutes. Wilson's Fly Pnc\s  ���������'re the best fly killers made nnd will  jkill mapy times more flies than any  I other article.  Minard's   Linirfcut  Cures   Garget  in /  Cows.  the"  ladies    leave  Used according to diiections. Dr. J.  D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial will  afford relief in the most ncute torni oi  summer complaiit. V\hen������ver the at-  tack lminifcs's it<elf no time snouul  he lost in seeking tiie ai 1 of the Cordial. It will act immediately on the  stomach nnd intestines and allay the  irritation and pain. A trial of it will  convince anyone of the truth of these  assertions.  "So -"ou don't want to vote!" said  the siiffregette. '  "Priciou* no!" reviled Mrs. Mc-  ���������Gudlev. *'T<'!! bad enough lo have  your husband blaming vou for every-  "Hopkins, did  cards?".  "They wanted to, mum, but I told thine thn* goes wing about th������ l*ou*-'e  ii'i'in you lied curds of your own, and i w'tbou* he'"? boll rei-oonsible for  the very best, mum." ; polities "���������Washington Star.  fi  "A Girl of the Gutter."  In private life Miss Gertrude Kb  liott, who hits made suoh a hit in tlio  part of Clad, 11 girl of the gutter, in  Mrs, Hodijson Burnett's new three-nct  comedy, "Tho Dawn of a To-morrow."  at tho Gnrriek, is Mrs. J, Forbes-Rob.  ertson. She wns married to that famous actor in lOOli, three month* nfter  joining him ns his lending lady, Mr.  ForhoB-Robortsoit and his wife have  two daughters, the elder being culled  "BlosKom," although her real name is  Maximo. "I am novor so happy,"  oneo said Mrs, l-'orbea-Robortsoti, "ns  whon I cm forget I nm un actress  and attend to household affairs. I  never Und housekeeping a worry.  Should actress.** nmrry actors? Certainly; if they can llnd Mr. Right,  lie will help them to far greater nuc  eoss Hum they might olh>'rwi������u  onliiovo."  Hiram���������We hev ter sot up '11 hour  Inter nights then we ust ter on 'count  cv th' curfew lnw.  "Why so?"  I   "So's wi* kin set our clocks hy th'  I bell."  j Worry of the Jineketes  Mrs, ,ll!'cl'e*i���������T hide to \io on 0 rail-  'rond train.   So ninny pop.,* die that  way.  iliiickes���������That's the reason why I  hiite to go to b'd. Think of the people who die that way.  lie ������iiue  I ,,,,,,,. mn   i.n vol!  11* nnd ' doubt not will bo disappointed If I recover.  "The diik-n nnd my necond Joined In  conference ������n lo how lo keep the matter n necrel and decided to enll upon  you lo ,11 lend lne.  "\ iH-te -tnu ������,.������*.v  ������������������'..-     '  .'j      '  ''" **���������  It him been ennctwl."  The Imlniice of Ihe tnle I learned  from Count Btirmllnl nfter he Iind re.  covered. Kenorlnn Hlnncn wte- com-  rfutiiih-d hy her inoiher in uuuty iho  dill,,*, nnd tbi������ king *en! a m,*������snae to  mi.v ���������.',,.( lie would l������e ple,t������m| nt n  mniili |-*tw������������n her nnd hw well bo-  i-.vi-l ,,i]<tn l������e***ilif������ H,e������e cimmnndK  and ,ii(ii,.*M the jjlrl tinny termed to  tiinrry nny one hut Hu* mnn ulie loved,  and rnhrn Hint*-** *������h������ were cm-ptHn-r  f,OTln������i her found ll Impoi-ible to  move Iter Hiey dcl-'i'^l, nnd Una ily her  inotlier sm������������ n relficijint n.ti-mt thnt  ������!��������������� Ainuld innrrr rh** *-*mnt  When ih# weddltijj curoe off I wan  r������rw*ent nnd hnd n pIWK-nnt ehnf with  the lit-ld* nlwot ber hu������hiinir* wound-  Inc. of t������hle|������ rnbr b������d -men befd te Ut  nunnrm till tbt afffelrlid blows erar.  "O.U. Duck."  Sir Robert Anderson, In hi*, remlnl*u  eeiu'cs piibllisln'il In Blackwood, telU  nn iiniusiiig story of nn encounter  with u nursemaid while wnlking to  hi* ofllcn. "I picked up a brooch, and  1 took it for granted it had Iwen drop-  ���������mil by a niirnemnid who wiim walking  nhend of me. Tho trinket was whnt  U pulled an "O.U. duck' brooch, the  vowels hoiiig intertwined in n cipher,  with 11 little duck underneath, whon  I overtook the girl and asked il ������h���������  hnd drop|M'il n oroooli, k!i������ nnswered  n* promptly, 'I think so, ������ir; whnt  kind In it?' With a stolid (neo I re  plied, 'O.U. duck.' 'Oh, you go along,'  nh������ fxidninwd with a ton* ol her  head, n������ she jerked herself nwny,"  ������ ������>��������� ��������� ���������' '������������������   r*.:"    *-"���������   -*   t t������������r  Th: r.irin, Ptcr "Oreomn." wh'eh  arrived Iti the Mersey recently from  Uio do Janeiro, had on board the  large-i number ol pn^nger* ever  oarrkuJ 011 ������ South American Jlner,  Alter the Orcoma loft Rio a parlia-  ... .���������.' "  el.-ete.l on hrmrd   nnd nn net  granting vote* lor women whs pus-til.  The flMt thing the Indie* did wn* to  Iwue card* on which wn* printed in  English, Himiii������h and Portuguese tho  query: "who do you think is the  hnnil**ome*t man on board?'* On the  following day the remilt ot the vming  ,M>l-/vl     Imnierwe    e.ritement.       The  winner w������������ ������ well-kiioiwi Kiigin-hiiiaii  on a plcniure trip Irom Uu,-,,,,. Ay re*.  A--UtlibU Carter.  "What kind of a career hara jroa  mapped out for yonr boy. Jo������hr  "I'm Boln' to tnnk-a a lawyer of film."  an������wered Partner ComtaM-M. ������������������Hn'tt*.  got au oocounwrabla fanrj for t������������d.  lu* to other fnfd-V fwnlne**-, nn* ho  mlgbt aa wall git pakl (ur lu"-Uoiu^  kaeoar.  Stnte of Ohio, City <t Toledo,  LuciK County,  Frank .1, Cheney ninken onth that ho  is senior partner ol the (Inn of F. J*  Cheney k Co., doing business in tho  City of Toledo. County and State  aforesaid, nnd thnt said firm will pay  the sum of ON'K HUNDHKD HOLLARS for each and ovory piino ol  Catnnli lluil laiun*! be cured by the  use of IIiiII'h Catarrh Cure,  FRANK .1, OHBNEY.  Sworn to before inc and nulwcrlbed  in my presence, this Oth doy ol December, .\.D, 1������������0,  '' A. W. GLKNSON.  !   ("Scull Notary Publio  Ilnll'n Catarrh Cure l������ taken Intern,  'nlly, mid iicIm directly on the blood  land niiipou* mir'nce* of the aynlom  Rend for le*HnionliiJ*< f**ee,  V ,1, Cl\I'A'KY & CO., Toledo, 0,  Rnld bv ���������1| Drncgiit*. 7Ae,  Take Hull' Family Bill* for coimtl.  i put I on,  j Unconquernbli, Aviraton  i   C, De Vtiiuki--W|mt make* Weary  Ibiilf alt broke up?  I   ThU.t De Haggle- Went ter Bleep in  ,1 freight ear.    Won lie woke found  ilie'd unci a soap box fer 1, piller.  Evert With the Bote  Head of Kiwi (to *iile*iiiiiii)���������ThHt  *'������������������������>-������* "I" never come baek again,  Clerk���������Yiw, nIi,* will.  /lilt*    III)    jllli    \llhll  '. "  "I told her y���������ur dny off,"  3e Wise in Time -���������  You cannot keep well unless the bowels are regular.  Neglect of this rule of health invites half the sicknesses  from which we suffer. Keep the bowels right; otherwise  waste matter and poisons which should jjass out of the  body, find'their ��������� way into the blood and sicken the whole  system. Don't wait until the bowels are constipated; take  BEECHAM'S PILLS  t  They arc the finest natural laxative in the world���������gentle,  safe, prompt and thorough. They strengthen the stomach  muscles, aud will not injure the delicate mucous lining of,  the bowels, Beecham's Pills have a constitutional action.  That is, the longer you take them, the less frequently you  need them. They help Nature help herself aud  Keep -the Bowels Healthy  Bile Active & Stomach Well  PriD-rid only by Thome* Rtuchem, Ht. H������l������n������, '.aneaihlre, England.  Sold by all l)ruin*-l������i������ 1,1 CinmJ* anil U. ������. Anuria,  la burnt 3a eaat*.  MATCHES ARE CHEAP  Tharafara Evarybady Should Uaa tha BEST  EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES  Ara tha Meat Ptrftet Mada  Nalaalaaa aa Thtir  Nama Impliaa, Na Sputtar, Na ���������mall   af  Sulphur, Ara Quick and Safa.  Far lata by all Good Dtalari,  alio BODY'S   PAILS,   TUB!,  WASHBOARDS,  TOILET  PAP.RS, ETO.  THE E. B. EDDY COMPANY. HULL, CANADA.  MADE IN CANADA^  ROYAL'  YEAST  CAKES  kM0ST PERFECT IttOC.  Uaad In CtMdltn hemaa to produoa  dallolaua boma-'mada bread, and a aup������  ply It alw������r* tnetudadln 8poHamat������*V  andCampara'Outnta. Daellna ~~  all Imitation*. Tbo-f never  llv* aatlef aotlea and eoat jual  ee much.  B. W. OIILBTT CO, LTD.  WlnnlM*    Toronto, emu    aammtrmat  Amerfai MyAett Aamara mt mtt  m* tit ttmmtMama.  W. N. u, n������. to:.  V "rfj,'    **+ THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ii*  W.  ovcL  9  V  ���������V *-*.\  a������-  ",������^Zf&e/6/(S  rOV.r what the fruit season Is at  hand let me urge the cause of  this friend of health and beauty.  Rare  Is  the  case of  a  woman  "Who cannot  eatf'and  pronT By It;  the"'  general   effect   of  good   fruit   Is  beneficial, and I heartily recommend it as a  part of your diet.  There are many forms of fruit, varying from the freshest, through stewed  fruits, to the juices of many kinds,  and each Is excellent ln Its way. The  fresh fruit, of course, must be selected  carefully, for there is danger in any  kind the skin of. which Is broken.  Through this the disease germs will  force* their wuy, with the resultant decay that must never bo taken into tho  system. As a general rule, It is best to  refrain from eating the skin of fruit.  Nature has exerted herself to protect  the fruit, nnd the skin Is made to withstand the Invasion of insects or germs.  It If, therefore, unpalatable and , extremely indigestible, Before indulging  In fi ult remove the skin.  Slewed fruits are always easily dl-  fested, and the laxative powers of  hi** form need no emphasta. Thoy are  good for people who are .convalescent  or In good health, and tho fact that  they have been cooked Insures the  destruction of. all germs.    *      .*:  If you fen*. In need of a general  tonic and fle*h builder, try a table-  spoonful of pure olive oil In half a  glass of grape Julc* onoo n day. If  you prefer, divide this dose Into threo  parts and take one before each meal.  The results aro wonderful, It Is best  In pour a little Juice into the glnss,  then the olive oil, and Inst a little grape  juice, lu this way easily disguising the  oil.  If freckles or tun are worrying you,  take half of a lemon and rub over  Die skin. It Is a successful whltener  and bleacher. With constant application the skin will gain un attractive,  whiteness,  Ai  ���������^y.'.  y*  -A %���������  vor"  The value of an apple ts unquestionable: lt Is excellent for breakfast,  nnd must be eaten utter the skin is  removed, A certain acid exists In apples that Is necessary for good digestion���������the ripe applo Is indeed a  friend,  Oranges have been recognized for  years as a beautlflor of tho , complexion, Tho pulp Is not ever digest*  Ible, therefore the julco should bo  prepared by squeezing tlio fruit. They  are especially good for people on a  milk diet, for there Is a counteractive  effect that is oxcollent Rven young1  children should bo given a dally dose  of this.   The beauties of the courts of  France, who "specialized" in everything that Increased their attractive  locks, Insisted upon the orange-treatment.  For throat trouble, pineapple Is a  well-known remedy. If you cannot  digest tho shreds, try the plain juice,  It cures hoarseness, and alleviates  the pain of sore throat.  There are other friendly fruits,  ready for you as tho warm days come,  Kover exclude them from your diet,  for they are absolutely beneficial, and  important agents ln your general  healthy welfare. And from robust  health there will always result guml  locks.  Advice on Social Customs  <rrmatv<er>t4fat6fy mrtixfowAtmamm'  C������6>m,/i+ -oho/ ������%i/u������&*J**'  ty u//<M/ W'-orty ���������timet  THE WEDDING RECEPTION  AFTKIt the wedding ceremony lt Is  natural and courteous for tho  newly wedded pair to receive  thoir frlondi. The lirldo and  groom stand together under lloi'.il bells  or In front of palms and exchange a  rnort greeting with eaoh guest who  alinkee winds with thorn,  The mother and failier of the bride  stand near the door, and are the first to  greu any newcomer, while the parents  of th* trooni ara stationed in another  part of tlie/oom,.  \  I do not feel ilka giving any form of  eply to be made by the bride. All wishes  er  her  hnpplnes*  should  lw  griiclnua-  y received, and the moat natural ex*  pre-wlou Is always the best. A bride  should present her husband to any ot  her friends with whom hu Is not acquainted, and he, of course, does llko-  wise, Under ,m cumUlon should tho  married people leave tlieir plows while  guests are arriving, Tin* mother of  thu bride hhuuUl ruuwilu In ihu room  throughout the rooui������tlon. The host,  however. Is at liberty lo visit various  rooms of the house after perhaps a half  hour by his wife's side.  When the time draws near for the ,|e-  pnrtiire of the brldt* and Broom, she disappears and returns In her traveling  gown, to lie met by her husband. Now,  I emphaslie tho fact that every guest,  should contribute toward a nulef, fllgnl-  tied and co'itfortoble Journey for tno  pair. There Is nothing more unkind nml  more ro|irohena|b|e than the practical  Jokes played at this time. Any netl m  that will contribute to thn omlitirrass-  ment or Inconvenience of the departing  ones should be relegated lo people who  are larking In Rood breeding, Let tha  journey together begin under the most  favnrni-le conditions. HnmMlmea there  In nereaeary only the unwillingness of  tbe Intimate friends to nip any Ill-bred  tendencies In the bud. J plead most  wm-stly for n happy ending of the  wedding reception,  in stay anywhere after the chaperon* have  lu.' I have received several .Invltnllons u;  po out with a young mtin ami liu'vu r ium*i  nil, having good r������mo������s. What shall j .in  In order (lint he may remain a friend ,"  Answers to Social Problems  When GivittP Assistance >. R. The mentioning of the surnhme (foi-  n nan \jiviii& ji alliance lowing tbo proper prefli) ie aufflcient.  DfeAi,, Alls, Quaint.  I. Do   you   cont'd**   It   tack   ef  gt.t',1    Uiill'l,' !���������������������������     <���������*���������     lh,      vt ,,If, hi.II,  I,  Si4rt If, while walking wllh s.y.uns lady  a school, li������ lake* nolo af hir arm to  if������fi .ner from supping, tht wslk* being  v*ry lev. nr should h������ offer Iwr hu stm?  J, Would yuu lhink.lt lnijirvp������r If a t������o-/  should writ* io a (frl whom h* had ntvi-r  reen. but had known hue brother for a  mintwr nf ysaret  i. Is H wee������������*M> for ��������� msn in ijo up in  I"- JL-. ' '  hi ba* tecurlvd hor h,������m*. er can tn* bid  iwr good ������v������niinar et iw.maia.weikr _  ���������  i. lm tnitt-lng a w-nlle Wiiilins. ���������nottld  rmmi* th* UiIk and w������������n  |i,������ sfntleman  m  vtr  i������y  the tfoer, fir should he Ist hsr tntir  4. Which li the better way, to In  R  friend,   In  uy   Ml*������  Wank  or  lo  ������i  *f full name? roi'K.  1. Probably tha young man floes not  ItriOW that he should offer the young  linty hia arm tf a**Mtinc* k< needed,  i. Tin, boy should not write lo the girl  uiilria he bas received an Introduction  lu U������.  ,*,. It la u ynung man> duty when he  etcorts a young women to bar home to  aea that ������.* arrlv#* safely et l,#r door.  I Th* yitung men ehouM open tde ������t������x*r  for the young woman and ellow ber u>  , eater befve blm.  XjJMiTOM Qui'MttiM  near Mr*. Aluin*.  1, fa It wrong to speak to a bey whom I  a** al Mh������,| ������i������fy tiy wMn I mm hiss  on tbt street, al,hough I never have bean  llilro.lijr.it to himt  i. Is It ln>i.r������i������r fnr a bny who has #i������  rniii>ii m* ^.ntlK from ������ nartv in *tOir lh������  in'UM ,<��������� ������ i,��������� llniiuiw a. i u tm������ IH  llm riimiilnit  .1. !��������� It ,,rop������r for camellia to aa to e  ���������latv* In lh* evtnfna an*l ommi hemit lo-  f\t\rr wlihoul a ehapeironr  4. If a lm haa a>k<i.l la .all on ma aom*  llm*, l*ui no dale haa -������n ns������l, wh������  ������hnii,il apeak of ll Aral lb. tusut lime we  TV.  it wrong to talk nvor tht t������lenhont  .������ iwr. whom id������ mn k-i������w.,-M������ eat p������mT  t,  flaw many danrrt ttaniM ��������� girt give  ���������>  vmnir man m*l,R  wlinni ������h* a,tf>n.|* ih*  ilarii'i't   Jliiw muiiy willi uiln r ymm������ mi-ii'f  trmducwl. hat hav* mt*a at fhnol tvtr* ill  ur  jt'iij   ������������k������U jut   in  u__ 1'iiilj   "Ji\4  I  ftuht .* urons In ������������������i*le������ i������* Intim  lion? Afi*r m, ,-������i,,f n>mi������ bv tikH m*  tn, a kiaa, Watn't it* urotii In i|3ng >o  and hMi.'l  I * rlatil t������ r������f*w������ klaaT  and let ft* ell *,rt* ami bav# ������a<n na* i't  Oirm ������>k ��������� knvf  t. Is It new imr a pant at vwrng mmayta  ll. When ,l bov calls for rne to so to ii  imriy, should I put my wm|is on In ,r.*,it  nr li.Hi ,r uo mmiiilrH ,n pin Ihcni ���������n? I������  ll nil Mi.lit I*' luivi* your In mi n II fur  ynu nt i. girl frknil's If  fii.y she ta  solllK  wllh ?  NIWIU.Y BIOIITUUN.  1. No-, If you nro schoolmates, ynu may  speak to him,  2. Quite Improper; ho should huvo you  at your door.  .1. Itds hardly snfe for tivo young girls  to be nut at night without miuu olilT  person to protect them.  .1, Lot hitn bring up the subject nr cull-  lug and then you n,(,y suggest n time,  f*. Yes.  0, I can sue no occasion for It If yuu  are not acquainted with the person nl  the other end of the wlro,  7, It was all right for you to accept an  Invitation extended by a school frl, ml,  but hto enrduct woa moat rude, You  did Huh! to refuse lo grunt his r.-qufst  8. It would be better to extend Invitations to the glrli and boya. It la pluclng  the girls lu I'ltitmrrnsslng position* to  lave ilium a������K the boya.  ������, If ih* chnp'rons did their duty they  would seo that each person wns In hi-r  own home and not give (he young peo<  pl* a chance tu linger.     . ,   ,  1������. A ootvitiint reftisnl of Invitations  will caiiae the young mnn lo think you  iln.not cum for his frli*ndi������lil|i, It will  be necessary for you to make It quite  pUlii iu blm that yuu h.ivt my guud  reasons for declining.  II     I'll, ,11   ,.������.   r*r-.m.r      V'H'f  rirort should call for you at your own  (,,nc  /; There Any 11arm f  f*������r Mr*.  AiJams.  t There la a taletraphy arhool In thin nlae*.  but llif_Muil,n,������ uif nm well th**ugnt of  b#rt. Thfr* art aom* very nlee on** ai������  ti'MilIng now, mm of uimni I llkn vi������ry iniirti.  I* II r,t, *ii,\* liMrm ,n .'nln* iiHh tiim ,f Ti���������  is wai, ,������,,ii'������.,flt M, M-  A girl eannot -he too careful In ebnoa-  Ing lirr friends. If you ere sure llm,  this person whom you like is worthy  or your friendship, there la no harm in  going with hlm,      Offering Forgiveness  Vmer Mrs. Adams,  Will j*<*u ntmii* t������n m* new iwsrv tlmi*  imu mini*. I, l������ |,f..|������-r li, luiaiy, ,. 1,1 n  tor doing tnyihUt wrong? A. it. *���������  One aamirnni** of forgiveness Is auffl-  !.->.',   Mllll   ||   III,   liftvllllff   ,������S|MI|i|������   >*��������� >r  i,i'irili<ii he will not repeat the often n,  Always UiiUMr Juslicu wlin mn������:  One Year His Senior  timer Ufa, Ail* ma  i. I i.i.i iii* ,,><rt ef e vming man'e ������*���������  ANSWERS TO  BEAUTY QUERIES  >������#>>  ���������^v**  fr-SK  ^A'i,l  \*  m  m  <*T"V  i?''*  ?JC-  f*J*W  ������- </>'<  -yj>  *>i  v/,  *wa  ygfe Cte**y>e^^G<s(fyc������:&22ci^  frotlons, and while I don't ol.joct lo Ills  i.iuuil, na, Is It nil ilitht r.ir nm ,o ullow  llm to pay n,e So mui-li uHiiul'Hi, im 1 um  his mnlor by i.  year?  8, H.inui tlniii UK" I l,���������d a inoonllslit danca  with hlm, nml when tlm IIrIus win- nm lm  luuk Hilviin,i,������te innl hugged i������������, Tl,..* jimlhei'  uf a very ileiir girl friend snw whnt In* luul  .'.mi. l.ei'Niis������ tin* lliihts eiirim on limx-  |.il.-illy, I<'iiiiu nil ii|i|iuuiu,ii'.-s *lv������ wns  rot very much whnrknl, Inn ilon't ymi  llilnk Ihnt tu* shoulil Kxplslt, "r ulve sninii  ixtuku lo Iiui? ji;.,.1..-\  MAC.  1, The difference In your ages should  nut huei'ft'ie wllh y**ur fil<,Hi.-lil|i,  'J. I think lu* owes niMiiiigicH In ynu,  and you, In turn, should rcpi'liiumd hlm  revertily for such behavlur, ltiiiietnliir  Hint many young men will lake adviin-  luge of every privilege a yuuug girl  allows them, so that It Is up iu y.*u tu  atop audi actions, so that you will bu  euust.1 no inoiu oinb.in.iHhiiiuiii,  Speaking to a Classmate  ponr Mrs, Ailnms.  Is II iropir to siicnk ,n ������ ,������*>' lo whom  ��������� in- never hiiil nn iiii,w,ii..il.iii. l,ui i* in  one's elm nt school f lli:i.l".NA.  , Yesi  under  inch   clreumstnncei an  llilllidlicllun Is lint in cessiiiy,  married Is at liberty to ncccpt the at-  I'lilliiiis of men lilnii.ls. ami ymi should  nut  give  In  to the  buy's siHImIiiiumk,  2, No; klMlng you Is but uiuilhur evl-  dence uf the boy's rudenusa nnd disrespect, _____  Escorted Home From Church  Dear Mrs, Adnma,  t   ,..���������  ii   i. ,���������.,l|*lrl   nf 11.   nm,   ���������*,'i|.|   Hl<������  In  liimw  If  It  I"  ull   rliihl   for me  ,n  ,������   i.i,i���������I I...HH. fim,i ehureh In il.e i-vnn'ng  by ,1 nelllli-Hilin of al, ��������� HWKIJI'NKrH.  t do not approve of your making a  priicilcu ut nci'i'pllitg the young man's  esourl, If yuur parunis do nm oliject  It will lm* all right for hl���������, t��������� walk  ll.uiie occasionally with you, provided, huwuvi.-i', you huvu u . limn ion.  Speaking First  What to Say  Doer Mm, Ailnms.  1. Hhuuld a am say "Thank sou'." to a  boy who haa eaeorttd har home?  t When a |,ir������oii g���������<* in thr .lour In  answer lo n ting, should Ilii) *.* ",.'*'���������i������  In" or "<\i,n������ In,  iil*������ai*"?  3, la It any harm ur ruil* lo kiss * boy  In a snme?  I, If a lmy hs������ Invited *��������� alrl on,, Menil,!  lw call for taiY KMU.V.  l. Rhn mny say "Thank you!" and  sliiterily ussiire l.lin tb.il she speni 4  pleasant evening.  ,1    -|',*e  ,-��������� II, ������" ������ -ri,-',,,<   I..  ' , "��������� *  3, ll is not good form,  Tin-it fore, u  f.-11-i'i, br tietti-r ..,,! ii, iul*i  j..ui !,,    mil  tt game,  i. Certainly.        Visiting Fiancee  pfir Mia, Adams,  1. Would  you kindly  Inform  m* If you  think  II \>n>v*r |,.r ������ |,i,i������kiIU������ hu*l.*n<i  i.fluwnf  ;*. WlM-n having * qui*! homt ������*,l*llns, l>  It |.ror*r lo ������w. ferrrsh-i������ti,������ whan ,h������  errsmony lake* tl. > al������iut I.*i in ih������ all-  tinuoii? I. It, ll.  1. Yes, perfectly ,-roper.  2. Hefreshments nre ulwuvs In order  when a, home wedding la ������**,<-iiiiils������ti.  A Very Selfish lh>y  Iwar Mr*,  Ailanis.  1.1 am ��������� drl nf IT years of *.-*��������� *n,l mm  WMh a bnv It yeara old. altlmin". ��������������������������������� ���������'*  nnt mmtrft, hn f.,. i.,| !������,.,��������� ��������� ���������>*-> I  r<������ i*u, ������liv an.Jlif' li������v Mr) I ���������i'i'  K*lh* with .iilirr l,u|** Ami ������'"i I I������ *  a f*-* fr>n.|������ lo f.tsv r������rd������. o,u������t I *i������**y*  Inull* Km io tint ������ll������i wt-T  S. 1* H an Ji������M lw Wm tn * -��������� ���������**  Wt"������n '���������������(!������!������ Il������ h"" nfir. havlni- <*"���������������  en meT ANXIt,r,s H,-**l'������:H  1. A tin who la not enri.ed to ha  li.sr Mra, Ail������iin>.  I. I an, n slrl of If., and wnulil Ilk* to  know If It Is my I'lme to "l-nik to u buy  Dim ntiur a i|i,niri*l If It wus through my  (nm ii.,t it ,,iinh,iir,r:  1. I* It tlslit Iii lulk fiei>ly lo n lmy with  whom on* 1* well Hi*i|ti������l������lt>i| mi different  mlijeii* ihnt i-'ineern one's self?  % I* II rlshl for mo Id ko "* sehool ,n a  liNeher   wliu   .hns   tint   lieiil   nn.   rlslitt  Should I minly or not?      NOTmilNKD.  1, Yes:   it   Is  your  duty  to  restore  pi iii-e,  ;, it Is never advlsnnle lo Introduce  fiuiilll.irlly into i. coiiversutlnu, |-:ie-  vnilug topics wlileli urn clean anil  wholesome, would be much heller to  discuss than nersanul ones.  a,   if   you   hnve   glvi-n   Um   leiuher  cause fur his III trintiiitnl ymi   >u,ui4  try lo remedy all faults,   Imngli,    "in  often lends u yuuug y.'i������*m tu bell. ,  Unit ht, Is not being treated right.   H  ii'ui.iil     l,e     vour     ..wn     Iims    If    vol,  neglected yuur studies.    I uu and ,*>' ���������  l<-r  inke  ndvfml(if������������.   ,,f  vour 'ippfirlM.  nity and gain as much knowltiilgn a*  pvssll'U*.  Pays Her Carfare  l������ar Mr*. Aitams.  rleSM HU ,ne whnt ,���������  %, ������ri   it*    ,*>s   t, \   ,,  niy ,o a lmy frlaMI  ,1 '.,!..      I.MVlllff      t|,*l  ',*i, '" "** M;iirr.Kxko."  Ho thai ynu will l.e un ter no obligation in hi,ii, yuu i-Mi.'iiil iiiiiuk him,  but should lei it be .(early under,  stood that you do nut wish It to occur  ���������gain.  At a Morning li'eddinr  t"������sr   Mr*    A,,*m*  "A".HO ��������� wi.ne iit.K" ������������������������. ,|r.������������ ���������i.rn wllh  a while Km, ha, i-- m s-������t last* el  ���������   ������rmll   nn'inlnt   ������������il.llt-.������   In   *Vov*mne������T  *'      I*      I,   ,-      ,|    ",      l   ,     .      ,     <      -    <V',.ll,!f,^     (hi,,      T  <nul4 un* ������'i������i*,.,.: , 1 >i ll nnt ������t-  t*n4 iww* than Ij, u,  I. KUHm.  I   prenum*  Ihl*  <<*-,ume   I*  for  n  t,| !.l.-������m������l<l      |t   ������������,,.) .1   I.   permissible,  hrnvkM It wruiM I* l������i keeping wllh  Hie hri.ie-* a,i,i tin, uiuer briile*,naiita  outflta  OWING to the great amount of mall  received and the limited space  given this department, lt Is absolutely impossible to answer letters In  the Sunday issue folio wing, their receipt.  The letters must be answered ln turn,  and this ofttlmes requlrea three or four  weeks.  All correspondents who desire an lm-  medtate answer  must   Inclose  a  self-  addressed stamped envelope for a reply. -  This rule must also be compiled with In  regard to personal letters.  To Develop the Legs  Dear Mrs. Pymes.  The calves of my Uirs are not developed  correctly. I have used cocoa butter for a  week evcrv nlsht. but thin does not seem to  hell, them anv. Can y3u tell me of anything thnt   will  Improve  themT  Mv hnnds are very thin nnd also Very yellow.   I would like something to hclD them.  Will feue. ,<>������ make the eyebrows and eyelashes lone ana dark?      BROWN EYES'.  You expect results too soon. One week  Is not sufficient for determining whether  or not the cocoa butter Is beneficial.  Along with the massage try some leg  exercises.  To make your hands plump apply tho  skin food for which 1 am giving tbo  recipe, and to whiten the skin wash the  hands ln lemon juice.  Skin Food for the Hands.  Cocoa butter.! ,. l ounce  Oil of sweet almonds  1 ounce  Oxldo of zinc  1 tin in  Borax 1 'ram  Oil of borgamot.  6 diops  Heat the cocoa butter and oil of almonds  ,n a bain-marie, and when thoroughly  blended add the zinc and borax; stir us  lt cools, and add the oil of bergamot last.  Rub Into the hands ut night.  Yes; the sage tea will darken and Increase the growth of your eyebrows and  eyelashes.  Length of Dresses���������Scar  Dear Mrs. Symes. ��������� "  1   am   13  years  old  and  S   feet   it   Inches  tall.   I wear my dresses four inclie   above  my shoetoiia. but my friends sav thev are  ,oo short.   How lonir should I wear them7  I   have   a   very   noticeable   soar   on   the  left side of m.v forehead,  which  Darts ray-  brow In two.    Could vou give me a remedy  with whioh to remove lt?    DISTRESSED.  The length of a person's dress must  be decided by her general appearance.  If you look awkward with your dresses*  so  short,  lt would   be, better  to  have  them lengthened, despite your youtiiful-  Tf you apply crude oil to your' eyebrow, it may train the hair to grow  ever the scar. I do not think you can  remove the scar. Of course, as time  fi'oes on It may become less noticeable.  Brittlejeeth   '  " Dear Mrs. Symes.  I. J am 17 years old and welch i!5 pounds,  I um .', feet ; inches tali and 30 inches  bust measure, 21 Inches waist measure nml  il inches hip measure. Are my proportions aid weight about right?  . *��������� P? you *noy at anything that Is sood  for brittle teeth?  3. Mv ��������� hnlr Is very dry and breaks off  ������nd comes out a cood Ueul; what can I da  'or H? LOVEMA P.  1. You nre an exceptionally tall girl  for your age. a person so young cannot expect to be correctly proportioned.  Your welRht and bust will be Increased  ns you grow older. Volir other measurements are In proportion to your  height.  2, Milk of magnesia us'd ns a tooth  wash twice a day will Improve the hrli-  tie condition of the teeth. Never touch  the teeth with pins; a piece of iicsx  should bo used to remove any foreign  substance from between the teeth,  8. Massage the scalp daily wl 1, u f,w  drops of crude oil and have the L*nds of  your hair singed.  To Remove Marks  Dear Mrs.  Hymen,  Please give m������ s good recipe for marks  left by pimples. '11. P. U.  Tho marks will disappear of their  own accord, but to hnsten their departure you may anoint them with un  ointment mndo of forty-eight graliiH of  boric acid, and one mince ot lanolin,  Yellow Streaks in Hair  Denr Mrs   Kyines,  Will yoil kl-nlly Klve n reeloe for kreping  gray hair Inun ln'coinlug slionlted svlth  yellow. CONSTANT ItUAUHIt.  Not much cm be dune to prevent  yullow Kin-uke from appearing In gray  huir, exii'pt lo keep tin* hair In a  healthy rendition by rulihlmt Uu- scnlp  nine  it ilny  will) n  guud Ionic  To Reduce Abdomen und Hips  Dear Mil- Byrnes,  Will you kindly advls* uie whin to du  In reilue* my slulumi.*,, mm my hlpa?  MuNTtlKAI.AIHl"  Rxerclsi* Ih the best thing for your  eiiNit, Try (be following: l.le lint on  Hu* Mini,- and rnlNi* tli������ Imdy in ��������� sitting piiMiun waii.,ui iin- m.l ol i,,i,  inns or blind--', ,i,nl Roping tho It'itH  perfcillj straight a,I tint while, Thi*  will In- ,-i illlllcii , feni nt f|i>| bul ii  little prniiii'i* will make It possible.  An excellent exi'iilae lu reduce Ihe  iiliiluiiieii Is to take hold of n lunl-  x.iiiinl Imr ur something which might  be niiIimIimid fur ,i I.n,; raise yourself slowly from the ground and then  extend oiii* If ut a tint.' ami then  both to llm from of you s��������� tint f'ley  wilt !������������������������ nl right angles wllh your bmly.  I in iiui iiiiiiliuie in* exercise Winn }u\l  feel fatigued.  Sage Ten  II sr Mr*   Hvn,e������  . Will vox iileise tell me If n.jie lee  will slim h������l(*. from renin* eul ? My lu.r  ,��������� mv oi') so'II linvr iuiistiliirilble >Uw>  ilruff and nn liehlnK *<alp, Hhould the ������<;������  l������ mm\j. very strunr, and how ufl*n used?  I* II  nu,le ������f .Ifv  siise '��������� (i)v ''  i. I have ������.i main Iriwklei. Would yo-j  e.lvlse mn I.. u������������ Inlllennllk and ���������oil* f  ttste been |.<l,l II ������,,u,,| vuum i, g,,,*ttt nt  Ixir i,i. tli������ fan*,  s Whs, kind of vasslln* will itiuiun  *yiln*t\**t  I My mis* la full ot MarkhM'la \, It  l*n to keen them |iri������������ei1 out?  VKHV   ANXIul'g,  t. The   ������(igc   lea   will   stop   the   hnlr  from fulling '"���������������    It  Is mndn uf ,lr,������d  e������gi< and thn lea should be uulte strong.  S." Hiiiiir���������i,lk   nlone   Is   exiellest   for  * '* *''���������/. " ') ���������'���������*��������� , ������;. ; ...������ ,,., ,,'iiuu  nf s.idn wnulil strengthen lis i|ii,H,les.  'I tils mliliiie will lint rnus,. hair to  grow,  .1.1 he ui.liiini) wi������ilii,e nf the best  iiusllly   is   thr   kl���������<!   tu   lie   Unci  <<���������   (be  ������yel������*hc*,  4  'I'*-  i.'.l   rid  <*f  Ihe   I.Uikb.M,,. II   le  . ,1. i.J   ���������'....... ���������      - ,   - .     .- .*.-. .*  (fuiiig ������i, do not allow tht ii������ll tu touch  Ihe skin Have g piece uf soft ,-lillh  Irf-m.ni the nail or the Insiniuienl  win, h Is ���������w,l tn remove the blemish,  Wlun the pur* Is I'leatised iipnH per-  ctiit,, wiih b eels aa an unti������i-|iiic ntul  mt ������u  iiHirlugent.  Curly No More  l>M,,   M>.    Si me*  Mt Hi���������<������ *"l'��������� htl* ������������*<1 tn Is, enll* cu'It.  t,,il   |*<sii������e  II   ������������������������������  ���������lilnvv  ������,   ,������  eM������   T  ),,,.!    ,!    . ���������l     ���������'������*������������������,   '    t\.l,' -������.      ������e ���������    ,   -���������<-    ,1    U>  ���������trtirlil.    What   e,i���������   |  ,<i,  ,��������� nmke  ,|  ri.-l  et*l������.~ " A.   '���������    U  flrtishlnr 'ht hsir t.r!*klv and m*������������*r������  tne lb. *<������lp d-<Hv " o* ������������'������t'*r* ������' - * al,  IM nut *ise anv  ,������|,tr,<ml menus Hi ������-.-jl  |l   f,.f ib.ee will ������i*,iv dualiW *'������������   i**1*  * tbe buir. / THE NKWS, CUM1IKR1.AJ1I"!, KRITISH COLUMBIA.  Fall and Winter Goods.  niiinwinmn i   n>i i - ���������>--.''������*^"*-*^**������e������'S'aBgw������^**e*a������a������������^a^  ,    .    We liavt- jn:;! opened out a fine assortment of   .    .  8UANKI2TS AND COMFORTERS  Blankets ranging from $3.00 to $13.00 a prl  Comforters   " **       $1.75 to $4.ooeach  Flannelette Sheets IO, 11 dfc 12 quarter ������iar,es  YOU ARE INVITED  TO INSPECT OUR STOCK OF  FURNITURE & HOUSE FURNISHINGS  The Furniture Store  Mc:  McKINNON  iee Work, Cumberland, B. C.  A.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refresh-  beverage  Am  To Hurt Your Town.  Fight on tlio streets.  Oppose improvements*.  Mistrust public-Men.  Run the town down to strangers'.  Go to Borne other lown to trade.  Refuse to adverti.-e in your paper.  Do not invest a cent; lay out  vour money somewl/.n- else.  Be particular to ilira-edit the  motiver of public spirited num.  Lengthen your face when a  stranger speaks of locating in your  town.  If a man wants buy your property ask him two prie s for it.  If be want6 anybo ly's else, in -  terfere and discourage him.  Refiwe to see the merit in  any  scheme that does not exactly ben  etit you.  ���������-Run-down-your-newepapersr���������-  Run down your ollieers.  Run down everything and everybody but Number One.  Talk   in   the barber shops and  loafing places, of how  bud   times  ate, of how everything and every  body is going to ''duiimitioit bowwows."  Locals.  Mrs. W. Merrifield arrrived  home from Nanaimo by Saturday's  boat.  T, D. McLean has commenced  the addition to his business premises.  li. R. Allen, B. A,, formerly  principal of our public sehool, has  been appointed principal of the  Grand Forks public school.  Onr High School Principal, Mi*  Palmer, has returned from his vacation, which lie spent at Victoria  and Vancouver.'  Mrs. T. Cartwright and Mrs. T.  Ricksou nrrived home on Saturday  from a visit to relatives at   Van-  ,eotu:er_.and_Nanaimo,___. w____  -������av-  Our postmaster formulates the  following rules for the benefit of  his patrons and that you know  wlmt you may exac*: No letters  given out until they have been  received. If you don't get a let  ter or a paper on the day you expect it have the postmaster look  through all the boxes and down  the cellar also, It ought to be  there somewhere, and he likes to  hunt for it just to please you. If  yonr friend don't write rave at  the postmaster. He is to blame.  If he tells you no, put ou a  grieved look and say there ought  to be some.   He is pnbibly hid*  Percy Winch, of Ladysmith, ar  rived in town last week on one of  his  regular business trips.    Mr.  Winch took   a   fishing   party   t'->  Campbell River on Saturday.  Mr. D. L). McRae, of Ctwnpbeil  Bros., arrived home on Saturday  evening from a business trip lo  Vancouver.  The  Purest  and Best  BEER  on the  Coast.  and made in  Cumberland.  Aid MeLeod asked ou behalf of  the Citizens league for the  use of the Council Chambers the  first and second Wednesdays in  the month. The request was  granted,  There being no further business the council adjourned.  Vancouvei'jBC, Aug., 23.���������The  Grand Trunk Pacific management  announced that thoy expect lo  have iho main line of the railway  completed into Prince Rupert in  1U12, or 11)13 at the latest.  ������������������������em<m������^^  v~l  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  HOSPITAL SATURDAV  Hospital Saturday will  be September pay day.  o  Citizens League . meetings will  be held on the first and second  Wednesday of each month in tho  Council Chambers. Paste this in  your hat.  FOR SALE.  A chicken   Ranch, at Comox,  opposite   Dr.   Beadnell's,   good  -house,���������.just_newly decorate-iv  chicken house, brooding house,  300 laying hens; also a good orchard. Apply Mrs. Hall, Comox,  CARD OF THANKS.  To those who have been with us  in onr bereavement and by kind  words and kindly acts have tried  to lessen our sorrow, we extend  onr sincere thanks, also to" tho?e  who sent so many floral tributes.  Mrs, George Brown  and Family.  &t*994S&Q#t���������4ter9<*i9Gl���������������4*  B. Cloutier,  -GeiierahBlacksmith'  Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits Made  to Order  from ������20 to ������35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  :*xct*x*yc*l  ������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������eee,  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������>������������>-*>  |A FEW PERSONS WANTED.!  ���������  f  ���������  ���������  :  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 prospectus and full particulars to the  City Council  The City Council met in regular session Monday evening, there  being present Aldermen Slod-  dart, MeLeod, Mcrrifleld and the  Mayor.  The minutes of the   previous  meetings were read and adopted.  Communication   from   A;dei-  Mei rifield asking pennissiou    to  Miss Edits Tlieruson arrived home construct aseptic tank and con-  on Saturday last, from an extended  visit to friends at Victoria;  Vancouver, Nanaiino and Seattle,  Mrs, Frank Dalby and children  arrived home on .Saturday last,  from an extended visit, to l'rietides  at South Prairie, Washington.  iKootenay Fruit Land Syndicate,?  I 328HOMRR STREET, *  J VANCOUVER, B. "O."  e ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������^���������������������������-e>+������������������**e>������������****������+**������+;  AsMA^(^AAAA^*^sVSAAAA^A>A    ���������*^^V-*-*)V*"*^'-V^-Wv-WVVW*������  Merchant  TAILOR  K.AIDA  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CHADE TO   ORDER AND  IH RHY STYLE VOU UilStf.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  Perm is.  Messrs At*. Grant and Robert  Thomson arrived homo on Thiii'-**-  ilay last, after a most enjoyable  holiday trip.  ing your mail for the pleasure of!    Martin Brown,   of  the   Roy  having you call for iu   Ask him. Rank at Port Moody, arrived lion  to look n-jjoin, li von are buying stamps make him lick them  and put them on, ' That's his  business.  Cumberland is just the right  size town to sctlle down in nud  enjoy life, Kvery'hing for the  comfort of life can he bought  here and $10 will ^<> iih far as  ���������25 will in the largeI'i/i*',', When  you waul to leave the f'arm,euine  to Cumberland aud ��������� uild a nice  comfortable home am) be among  the best people in the world,  LAND RKGIBTHY ACT.  mamaaammm*  In Iho nuit'or of nn i'p).H(*nii<>ri fo*  for ������  Piij'lioftv r**nifi'*iiioof  'illle (0 Lota U ntul ll tUook  A [mii]A)'lJ, B| Town ul Cum  barlnnd.  NOTICK IH  HKtiKUV UJVKS  lb.*! fl jn my fnti'D'*" > *n H,.'<x|'i  Ulutl Ol Ulll, Ullllll.il    Wm 1 l.tr 11 11  of tho first tiuhlieali .1 ��������� 1 r,"H, in i-  rUott    |)Upli<!UtO C(>    fl":i|l.' (.' ", .t>  to iftidlmiih iit-tii-d "Iln .V>"'  wornl on 1 h������ 7th <i ���������*/ M";M*  1811.1 and fnmih*'r,'il -1   -;.  Land  lU.-^i-atry 0.I1 *���������. " .-���������oi-ir,  B.C.  Tha 2.1id .lay of A >*<.* \u\t)  H. V. 'Am,: ir.S  III', I  Ti'* If ' fl    '  Pis'iiit'i I'.-in. ������n*- ��������� . ' *���������!   T *i .*  lot* lm ^*it at * ������u:.*' " '��������� :���������������--���������*���������  Jmiiea Rowmi an*! . i- ���������**i*. .V  tell l>) S'wday* lm .   ���������'��������� ,Y hi, ���������������  al  ue  on Sunday to intend the funeral of  hiri lather, tlm latu George iirown,  You dou't have to go to war  to be pairioiic. Improve your  locality, uphold your town, enlarge its interests, and lend a  hand to progress, and you are a  patiiol*��������� a lover of your couutiy  ���������as Hilly as the soldier who  shoulders his musket,  uect same with sewer,  sion was granted.  Communication was received  from the Citizens League re the  watering of the city streets. Tbe  com 111 unication was received and  filed.  Accounts:���������  Byron Crawford $12,90  IJ. C. Telephone Co  <;o  T. ti. Hale  xo.50  Ciiiubotlaiid Nkws  5,00  li, Grant ifc Co  2.30  A, McKinnon ,...  4,00  Klectric Light  37  Constable McLellnii's report:  Police Court fees for the mouth  of August, $152.50.  lt was moved by Aid Stod-  dart, seconded by Aid Merrifield,  that a cinder path be laid from  N MtPadden's residence toPiftli  St.   Carried,  Horseshoeing a Specialty.  Tliircl Ave., CMitiberJaiid  CUMBERLAND & UNION  WATER WORKS CO., Ltd.  NOTICE.  Sprinkling will be allowed only  between the hours nf 7 t<> S in (lit'  morning and from 7 lo 8 in the  evening.  Leaky taps must be attended to  at once,  Any changes or'additions to existing piping must be sanctioned  by the company,  A. McKnkmit,  Manager.  NOTICK inheruiiy tthen lint 00 <]n.YB  nftur <Uto I intond tn uppl)'tu t'.o H hi.  TlmCliii*! OimniisHiinvr 1 f luinh ami  Wtii'kn t������r u KiJiiuo t*i iii'iHpcot for cmil &  liotiwloHiii under nnd on thu 1h*-iIh in Nil-  -on Dir-.ti'iot, und lU'hUiibml us f |lu*>y������;~  Ui niiuuiicluis' it ti jiohI, plantm.1 !iO ulwinH  WnHtiiftha N.W. Conine nf .Section J,  \S \ tfi������.n'.'C e ft 80 cliuinu, thuneo iiurtl, !)0  ,'hninH, llii-nmj uot finulwiiu-), thoiiui'  north fiO flliuiiii., Ilii'it" ������o������t ."10 t'h tii.K  tluimi) 8011th 80 .liniiiH tu \1Uu0 ot o.mi-  iiiuui-ouii'iit.  [Jiili'd thiu 251 h d ������y of July 101(1.  K, PUJKiSr.  CU M BERL AN D, -       . B. C.  .^I!IIIIIIIIIII!III!1IIIIIIIIIIIII_IIINI*I|IIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIM  I  % Capital $5,000,000.  Reserve $6,700,000  J   The Royal Bank of Canada.  I DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CURKENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL  1 OVER THE WORLD.  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid lo SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interen  I   til biybest Current. Rules allowed on Depos-ilil of $1 and upwards.  I CUMBEBXANJ?, BO, Brauch, Open Dally.  I ' OURTENAY, B. 0 , Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdays,  X7MI0N WHAKF, B. 0., Sub-Uraach, Open ThurBanyB,  M. P. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  '-���������-vftfliiniiiiiiM  P.  Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLI CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  metaeam ������non������MiiatM*������rjin������Mi  -��������� y ���������. I    It was moved by AidSfoddait,  Mr. C. %r,ivo ban severed hi- sec<m,UMl ''? AUl Merrilleld, that  foiilie-tiuit rtitii Tl������������ CluiilierlaiKi  ��������� I'ewH, ami In,.-* iuvi'jiU'1 a puniliun  wiih The Jnhiiiuer, Mr. Wilson  l-limit will pueeei-il him in fhc-  NewH o/Jleo.  NOTICT Ih hi'ioby given tliiu (lOd'y-  (tf ir iliti) I i turn) |.,������t>ti|y t., tin, li.ui,  Tl,������i <'liii,rCiiiu , i*wini,er uf 1,.,,iIh ���������ii ���������  IV,,rk- fi,r ., Hooiihi* tn jiron-jout *���������r t, ul  ���������iul |iftr..|>������ui������ under tlm LiiiIh in Wi/mxi  UJHtiml, hiiiI Juiior.buil ns foduiVK;���������Ci,,,,.  Ull,  I'ilW   lit    II    I'O.t  | Illliti ||   OH  t III   HA  liMClmtthe M. K. corn.ml Hoot un $a,  lIlOHUU WlNtllliiiil' (illOH.ililll Ij  lllliilll)   nf  "Hill iS.rtinn '.' .*,, 80 ultliiliM,   lllOllC'e  llil'tli  I*. P. Harrison be letaineu ns  c*i:y fi'dicitor, the stipend to be  $ioo per year,   Carried,  It was moved by AldStoddait.j.iooUiiw, uiuni orl���������wt,'tii���������B,iuili u,Ui,.  Neconded by Aid Merrifield, thai j*l������ry ���������*' M.H, Hill'* omil iLi^peutli_ 1 ���������  the police be cmpoweiod to order J'*n**,������l������������������weiwt do ch.im. in roorKm  ' ' Mil If   \\    UVirl' nf, f-OTI Iwii,i������ii   lliorn.  fni'.  Mra. ilauifii feicwiirt ha������ in  our j their iiniloriu.s irmn Air. V\. ^d-i(,M|,ltt,l|imi������Hl.lli,Uioi,ti. pU<m nf munm.  nphiioii, and wi* think  it will  In-1 dal, the only tenderer.   Carried, jt*n** m ut.  \oni-r, il'yuuvlaitlutlw uioHt bi'iiii i    Mr. M. Heiimssy  asksd   per- i   U-teilihU'-Hilulnyof July, lino,  tilnl jiowiu' irurduii in Cumboil.iiid i mission to hold a boxliiif exhibi-1 K'Ai WiK" hiiwoh,  h I  . .... "I k, I' i"., Ait at,  =V. BOfl0^fl=^  manufaeHitretf of miNERAlj UlflTERS.  ���������Olholesale Dealer* in WINES, LiIQUOR St BEER  P. 0. BOX 146  PHONE UO.,.,  CUMBERLAND  SI  I i.i-r*- vnii will I'i,nl iii-'i*,!���������.-h.,,1'iii-f 'ion The reout-xl wan tjraii'ed,  und pm I, i.-i*.ii, umi the pi-riuuu, i,* [ with Iheuuderslaudiu'tj that it be  ������������������.'.ipii.-iii*.  atme*\ri^m^mm,'mHmjmme mm. -+ e-a*-'**���������*attmm*4em  NOTICK.  .Mr**, Sti'wurt in i��������� In* Jeoudiicted in a icnpeciable man -1    Any   [arson or persons wish  '-I'li^i'.iu,luted on hi*r *>m-.������ i*ei> a* n[ ner.  iug to cut any I'aileu limber  l'l**n-  Tbe scavenger by-law w.ih on ; City I'ark lots are  at   IiIkh  on  io  WE HAVE HONEY  To invest in any sound proposition,   TIMBER  COAL, or AGRICULTURAL LANDS.  Mil*r> n Hear -df-Moli nnd  writ** fullv in vour first lertrr  if yiy.i wuiil a difmile an.swer.  Western Canada Investment Company,  Suttt*- 4&, FUiek Block* Vancouver, IJ.C  essssxsssssiB  a  ���������wn*������w'H,n������*rwwi*ii  Th#������ ini I ' would !���������������  linppii'i- if  tl.i    !,t-ii|, ,-  M I |-|-  i,  I,Ull'  III    If ������������������'��������� |1  motion reeonsidired nnd rhriu������*ed ent   nnti iiinove same tor  1 to re.id 25c. ior private   liimtliis *,'*vn u^     Any  tm-it  1  UiiliilUi* tliuiir  I  ! 1 i.i'i- v*.j ti ih.'ii* praiM'.    Tlieu- 1  ! 1 *i mi*,'1, ilald-ry,   hut n \u ii ..  ' jii>,   i,j,|iil-i'i'i!ii,||    \*,,il|l'l   liitl'lllr  1. Hi', :i*<i   -,, '',,'1 M"i   ll,������-   iii. ii,- .  ���������ii -im ti di i**���������int|������rO H������irk������i* ,��������� Ui--  ���������   Kf/til',   ill  (lie ri-illl'tl, III lili   f'lil.Kli  .mi! iii I iih ������nili  tuni %y,_   loi nu'cl������ ,,i.ti  i.'U.iiiiiii./  | houses.  li was iimviiJ  bv   Aid.  Sjnd  'tl lit, s*.con,led bv  Aid   ."*!<-l.r.*<!,  t. at ilic ci-.y ilcik -*-<iii< ih- *.u\ ���������  ���������LiiiiiKiil a������l},t '������������������'���������- 'i', hl.it Uj  Mop the il'imptUK ot't.ibh.NU 0,1  ur near the puhlii toad-.  i  i  .,lil.������i      l.������������t      I A'  i.i.  Ul      d". ;>'i,"'i oi,  Any per (in found dum[>j,iy ������ar-  h,mc nn -aid p.uk iols will ie  pr������-.iei*,iu*ii.   iij order of lh** * ih  1,'uMlcii.  A    >i-rl*. fN.vov,  Hieiftaiv,  1 ity Hell, Aug., ji/h. 1910  Garden, Field  and Flower  N,������w ero-i now arrlvhur t'om onr atuwerr In Fiifrlinil.P'rnn'it  H'llhiml, Cort'ida imd the Ui.lfed Htiitex. All t������i������ted iin lo vifal-  itv tn*d nurifv on Hrriviil The hn-\ i������ vnn'-l <> ,o*iv*b lor our I'm*-  toniffn (!n!*������lo(iiie'rif. Bii������iiu"*������ wid I ������> eo ,ih*ue<l nt mir old  ft'ind uniil May, After that lu new 1* aii���������n, widen will b< an*  noiiuc-i! tvi't*.        A'l''ri'������,|  f M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wwminster M, Vancouver  .���������~ ,.| B  1 M nn^Tunm, ������������im ,   m.~ ,   ttm, ,m, mm*, 1 mmwmmmmmmm+mmHmmmimm1


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