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Array .' / <  /���������A  .'   ',  ������������������' -'���������'  ��������� /  /  <.;s"       OCT?    1910  &  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests ot Comox District.  Thh Nrws, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY, OCT. 4, :9io  Subscription $1.00 a Vs  THE BIG STORE  The Question of Style?  <&itlill,iamm-A-.A.~L.Xi.< ��������� i- -..'���������- U  There is no word that appeals so  strongly to the well-dressed man as the  word STYLISH. Before placing our  order for Fall hats we were assured as to  the CORRECTNESS of the STYLES  we chose. We combined with thut our  Knowledge of Values, hence we have no  hesitation in guaranteeing our many lines  of men's Fall hats.  In Men's Black Stiff Hats we have  the leading styles for Fall, light weight,  Fur Felt ......���������������������������   .:.,.. $2.50  In Fedoras. Knockabouts and  Crush Hats our stock is, too large to  large to mention -ail, One glance svill  assure you that our prices are, moderate.  All we ask you to do is to come and see  Tfiem, wander around^hT^tore^md~lSg~  the splendid assortment of men s furnishings we carry, It is always a pleasure  , co show goods whether your buy or not,  t^mjymtma t*m*e+M**i*i**i baramjmammfauema**^^ [  Simon Leiser & Co,, Ltd  Dunamuir Ave., Cumberland.  ji^J^^������y^^l^V������l������l^^������'^^^^a^^M^*%>y^Ml>%���������������������������������^My<  *   MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   6t   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  OUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  &v*  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company'* BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  Football Notes.  The Mixtures met No 5 This,  tics in the replay for the Charity  Cup'cm Saturday. Oct, int. The  Mixtures had bur changes iu  their team from thc eleven that  played two weeks ago, while the  Thistles had two, Frecburii nnd  Reese replacing Dcwut and Mc*  Kweu,  The weather wa* Ideal for foot  bnll and a large crowd turned out  to witness thc game.  The Thirties won the tom and  played uphill with thc hum at  their backs, The Mixtures were  thc first to become dangerous aud  plflv was confined fotlw Thistles'  end for a time. PoorshooMup* bv  Ihe Mixtures' forwards spoiled  their chances, and fropt a break*  away D James put the Thistle*  on the lead, beating McMillan  with a 'hot close hi. Thc f:rsf  half ended with the Thistles lead  ing with : goal to nil.  After a brief respite' the teams  resumed play iu the second half,  and lor a time play wus of a give  and take nature. The Mixtures'  outside men *poiled the teams  chance* by lying off-side VV.  Sutherland, who was playing a  Ireat pune for the Mixtures, put  the teams even with a great snot  from 30 yards out. The Thiotlc*  tried hard to put on the winning  coal, but Williamson and Camp*  hell were playing ������great game at  back and defied iheir rft'or������s.  They were aimost successful at  one time, a shot from Wynne  hitting thc inside of crossbar and  the ball, dropping down, rolled  aloig the hue in front of ������onl  with no one to put the fini.iliiug  touch to it. A few minuter, after,  the Mixture* should have scored,  two of their forwards missing the  ball wiih no one to beat but the  goalkeeper, a hard and fast game  ended in a draw,  The team* are well matched,  nnd a draw was a fair Judication  of ihe play. Por the Mixture*,  W Sutherland whs again their  best player and was a Iways dangerous when near goal, Their  backs, Campbell and Williamson,  played a sure game aud were al'  ������������v>������ rfllfiliV r*r������lrn������' wn������"tln������  pick of tbe linlfs, nnd Mr** 111 nnd  W Sutherland were thc pick of  the forwards.  The Thistles' half-backa were  again In grent form and held the  opposing iul Vv.illift WCil.      iiuiVth  and Reese were the pick of the  forwards, The backs, Froeburn  and McLean, were hard to beat,  aud Shearer, in goal, did uot have  much to do.  CARD OK THANKS.  To Ihoay who huvo I won with nn  lu our bereavement and hy kind  words And kindly acts hnvo tried  to Ihsiwi our sorroir, ������*n e.vfpn.i  our sincere thtiikf, *\*o to thw  who M'dt *<������ Uieny bewiliful Hum,  flihtttcS.  AlKXAUDfU \\.\IJ.I������ JIM. JfAUIlX  FOR  Furniture  Wallpaper  Mixed  Paints  Beds and Bedding,  aXm*Smmt,m* 1 ��������� .T mm   m .T mil -t ..t-.t. ��������� I ������������������! ���������*!��������������������������� *���������!������������������!.  VI*"}"!**pflrlTITl I I I H  STOVES  and  *}&***>9������*-4&99*}m44*9&&*m4 &&*l  *6**ft*'&i*^<j's,"*;-!'.*'������N:-;!:*!'.>*.  t������*  ���������;.i"  '9  THE CORNER STORE  You only need to  See our Windows  To see that we are   telling  the truth  I when we say  I NEW GOODS ARRIVING  ALMOST DAILY.  I  ���������*  I  TRY THB-  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  Special Showing: of Latest Novelties 221 Ladies9 Neckwear  and Belts* You cannot afford to sniss them*  Onr Fall Stock is almost Com."  plete and we do not know  where to put all tlie Goods*  Call and see our Blankets, Comforters, Cretonnes, Boots and Shoes, and we will try and  show the rest.  ���������  b  a  >���������  t  9  t  JN.MeLEOO  to  ���������������.-  \9~  Dunsmuir Ave.  7    Cumberland  ���������f?v^*?*^*i>*^***^#*?������^**>*^^^*#^^*-^*?^^*  Obituary.  The remains of the late John  Walker arrived hereon last Tues  day's boat, the interment taking  place ou Thursday iu t.ie Cuin-  berland cemetery, Rev, B. C.  Freeman, of Grace Methodist  Church, officiated. The fuuernl  was one of the largest ever hold in  Cumberland. The pallbearers  were: Willie Piercy, Jack Ramsay, Tommy Monks, Matthew  Brown, Lawrence Matthews,  Charlie Webster, Duncan Ueiiuie.  The following is a list of tlie  floral tributes:  Globes���������Mr and Mrs A S Ham  iltou, Nanaimo; Pythian Sisers,  Cuniberland; Mr. aud Airs. T.  Kdwards, Vancouver; Master  Olarance Newbury, Vancouver;  Mrs. Alexander aud son, Vaucou  ver, Mr and Mrs Georg* Walker,  Nanaimo; Mrs, Annie Wilson,  Grand Chief, Pythian Sisters,  Nanaimo,  Wreaths*���������Members of the W,  C.T.U., Mr and Mrs Iv Mouuce,  Mr and Mr* C Webster, Mr and  Mrs il Brown, Mr. aud Mm. H,  Creech, Ladle* Aid of Methodic  Church, Thomas Monks, Ernest  Horwood. Mr and Mr*D Walker  Willie and Milton Piercy. Mr ami  Mra I) Daniels, Mr and Mr* W  Miid*on> Mr and Mrs H Cessfonl,  Nr aud Mis J (iibsou and Mary  Gibson, MissOlisia Priest, Willie  and Kdwiu McLean, Mr nnd Mm  i M Ramsden, Mr and Mrs F  Auley, Vancouver, Mr and Mrs  uvulae C; 1 Wi',1,  nli   umi   iii.lMvln  l> oud W iWili,-*.', Mi ,Uol oha J������i  Walker, Mr and Mrs J ll McLean,  Vancouver,  Sprays���������Ur and Mrs! A Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs M Piercy,  Lawrence Matthew*, Mr and Mrs  W Honey, Leslie Douey.  Crosses-Mrs J H Piket, M.  1*. Ht'isc. Vuiicoiivcr; Mr and Mrs  C Webster, Mr and Mrs C Whyte.  Mr and iMrs li Mellado, Mr and  fo n T Carey, Mr and Mra 0 Dick  run. l.enhe nod Mny Pnlmrr, ^Tict:  Annie McLtllan, Mr aud Mrs J  M.'U'hcwH,  ( teicents��������� Mns'cr Rlcardo  Milifuio, Mr mid Mrs Krucft Hay  uu.jil. Mlks Kthel and Miss Lena  V.1 .������.*������'.UHl, ,  lh ur'���������Mr and Mra Hilton,    i  I'ii.own- Mr and Mrs A Cam-;  cmij Miss Marguerite Mellado. )  i:ouquirU--Mr a;jj Mrs Robert  McKnight, Nanaimo; Miss Mar  Mouks, Jessie Stevenson, Iuaand  Hazel Whyte, Mrs Jones aud  family, Agnes 'Stru titers, Lily  Hamilton, Mrs W IJ Walker aud  family, Cecil Webster, Charles  Webster, Mr and Mrs T Banks,  Mr and Mrs Dirkes, Maggie Rich  ards, Mr and Mrs Magnoni, Martha Hunden, Mr'and Mrs Balagno' Mr and Mrs Frelonia, Mr and  Mrs T Cook, Mr and Mrs Dan  Ktevvart, Dolly and Jack Ramsay,  Delio Mophnss, Mr and Mrs T  IMckle, Mr and Mrs F Partridge,  Mr aud Mrs F Bradley. Mr and  Mrs J Walters, Mr and Mrs C  Ivrick, Mr and Mrs T Lceman,  Mr and Mrs Chas fc'egrave, Jack  ami Walter Thompson, Louis  Krauciola, Mr aud Mrs Thos,  llcnnet.  Meeting and Presentation  The aunu������l meeting ol the  Medical and Relief Fund took  place iu the Cuniberland Hall on  .Saturday evening last, Chairman  Horbury presiding. Them was a  very lair attendance. Secretary  Clinton read ihe annual report,  after which the election of rejire  senlatives from (he several mine*  look place, which are ns follows:  No4.-ilosfrjih Horbury, Wm.  Hcveridge nud Mr Ihiiigs.  No 5,    W Kceuan.  No 0,-~Th'i* Leeman,  No 7.���������DTh������������mpioii.  Top ui'*n. ���������*I> McFaj'den ������rul  R Dowdall.  'Sawmill.���������II Mouuce.  UU'JU2*.r4*.jUl' .  YOUR NAME IS GOOD.  BIJB^I  ANYTHING IN  xWM- THE  '  WfM JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  [Qm**^m*\fatm*\^jmm*\/mm%t*jm  STODDART  THE JEWELLER.  20* Next :loor to tho Royal Bank of Canoda, Cumhorland.  <Sl <J  nn.������..r     tot- tt i.������n I 1.-i.i..* i.*_       ....       ���������  Wharf.���������Mr Campbell.  After a voteof llianka had been  tendered the chairman and secretory, Mr Joe Horbury, ou behalf  of the employee* of the Wellington Colliery Comyaiiy, presented  Mr George Clinton, their popular  and efficient ������tc*etaiy for the last  eighteen years, with a very hand  fomc  cabinet,   of solid   silver  spoons aud f<*r,  Phe cabinet  wa* au exceptionally haudsome  and vuliublc one, and attested to  the esteem in which Mr Clinton  ic held by the men, Mr Clinton  was taken greatly by surprise, and  replied in his inual happy man-  Mi.-ata, rum rjumwm 11 wr������������������  ner, thanking the men, not only  for thc valuable gilt, but for Ihe  good feeling that piomptcd the  net, and said that anything he  could do ior thc men iu the future, as in the past, would be done  with p.easurc. The audience  was then invited to view the cabinet, after which the meeting ad-  adjourned.  We may say that Mr Clinton  haa uot received nor would he accept any remuneration for his services as secretary of ihe Medical  Fund for the last eighteen yews,  dm iug which time h* has held  the office.  ���������^,mm  rs  j I,,-   , ��������� .',  1,    !���������,���������> ������������y������'  'A.    ." " "      ^  ^ MEW FALL CLQTBIKG  How about that new suit and  overcoat for Fall?  NOW is tbe time and this is the RIGHT  PLACK to g������*t them,  We have jtiii openrd up our new " HT*  Kl it*, lor i'ali. and vou should not hid to  ace the *tyl������,li and pattern!) before )Oii decide,  on the suit yon are facing to wear.  Sec our overcoats with the' Presto'  Collar.  Campbell Bros, ?r.v:v;^^���������, 'l  ^miitmtm  tv\/'  J*rA  tr.*mt THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Fourth
Novelized   by
* FREDERICK
R. TOOMBS
From the Great Play
of the Same Name
by Joseph Medill
Patterson and Harriet Ford.     0    0
COPYRIGHT.   1909    BY   JOSEPH
MEDILL PATTERSON AND
HARRIET FORD.
In "The Fourth Estate" the
effectiveness of newspapers in
fearlessly exposing political
and judicial corruption and the
safeguard they are to the public
are interestingly and convincingly set forth. A young, earnest
newspaper writer and editor is
the central figure, and his battles with a dishonest United
States judge agamsl bigodds and
against the cunningly underhanded machinations of the lawyer lobbyist Dupuy form one of
the most valuable as well as
most entertaining pieces of fie*
tion of the day. That the false
judge's daughter, the reigning
beauty in the fashionable life of
a leading city, should play a
sensational part tn this gripping
story of strong honest men and
of strong dishonest men, fighting each other in a war of do I-
~lare,���evidences-^-the���romantic-
poasibilittes of the narrative.
This is a story of today's
America, a fact story torn out of
life's book, dealing with the most
vital issues that confront every
one of us- Romance and humor
vi�� with stirring action for supremacy in this instructive and
fascinating novel, which teaches
that the path of duty is the path
to love and happiness and that
in success, nobly won, lie rewards of greater and more lasting value than in a triumph ignobly and more easily gained.
"Hello, Miss Stowe! Get me Mr
Nolan���Mr. Michael Nolan���on tbewlrt
right away."
As the managing editor bung up the
receiver Moore, the uight editor, entered carrying a bundle ot galley
proofs In bis left nana, a schedule ln
his right.
"Well, Moore, what have you got for
part IV" usked Mcnenry.
Tbe nlgbt editor repented rapidly In
a dead flat monotonous voice:
"Thirty-Ore columns of ads.    Telegraph editor's hollering for twenty columns.    Ue just got a couple of nice
flashes���one  from   Pittsburg  about a
man eloping with bis daughter-in-law;
very fine people.    Another first class
murder  from   St.   Louis.    Local   bas
twenty-six scheduled, sports are very
heavy, bowling, fights, checkers, and
Kentucky's shut down on racing: tbey j
want two pages.   .We've got a tip that I
Morgan  bas the asthma.    Steel  will I
probably open soft on Monday."
Mellenry took dowu tbe telephone i
receiver and beld It expectantly at bis J
ear. He took the proofs from Moore's j
hand and aegan looking them over.
They contained important articles j
^TOh_fra"d"beeo~set^uprbut~whleh-be4
had not previously seen. I
'"Hello, there's a live one," be sud- -i
denly exclaimed, glancing over one ot i
gl * !
McHenry rans for the boy. Durkin,
and on bis belated arrival sent bim to
summon the city editor. ������What you
got?" saluted Mellenry us tbe editor
arrived.
Downs, the city editor, went straight
to the point.
"Are you going to use that follow up
story about Judge Rartelmv rlii-owinir
the Lansing Iron company into a receivership?" lie queried.
"I dunno. Any kicks on this morning's  story?"
"I should say yes���telephone going'
att day." * '-\
Does This Man Love? Yes, and frame
In bis wife too.   Three columns."
���'Yes, sir." responded tbe artist.
starting away witb the photos.
But McHenry calied him back.
"lley!" he cried. "'Make thut 'Which
of These Beautiful Women Does This
Mnn LoveV "
The artist bowed In acquiescence
and escaped.
McHenry took up another photo-
graph.
"Ha. what a beauty!" he said enthusiastically. "What's she been doing V
"She is Judith Bartelmy. tbe Judge's
daughter. She gave a receptlnu today," unswered Downs, the city editor.
���'Iliah society, all tbere as usual. 1
suppose?" mused McHeury. "The
Biirteltuys are an old family, and
they've beld ou to some of tbelr
money. Here, Downs." he went on.
"play her up for two���no, three columns. Maybe it will square lt with
the judge for what we did to him tn
the paper this morning. You explain
to au artist"
"All riirbt." ���->>��� -''���" "f"'        0
(To be Continued.) ,
An English Borough.
In the days ot "rotteu boroughs" in
England that of (Jatton fnrk is suld to |
have lieeu the worst It had only one I
qua lilted voter, and yet It returned two |
members of parliament. Of course j
with this right the property was very I
valuable, anil In 1S30 it was purchased |
by Lord Mousou for $fiiK).000. Two j
years later it was disfranchised.
THE  UP-TO-DATE  LONG COAT
CHAPTER I.
Uume said mors wero tines estate* in iiitrliumuni, out in um ro*
porters gallery yonder there Bat a
Fount) Lb lulu tuuru important tar
than they all,-Canyla.
TUI13 silence In the niiuingtiig
i editors room ot the Dully
Advance was abruptly broken
by tin* entrance ot Itoss Mc-
Henry through u private door. (Ua
eighteen years ot active newspaper
work in u career extending from cull
reporierhooil io his present important
olllco bad drilled Into lilm Hie neci'sslty,
even tlie iniOii, ot constant action,
quick thought, keen ami accurate per*
ceptton iind rendiHess tor emergencies.
Uo liiiHtlly threw oil his coat, glunced
ot several papers laid on his desk
while ho was out at dinner ami souied
himself In his niiiiiiiu'i'i'iiii ciialr. Ho
wrote a few rapid words on ii pud of .
paper at his right hum! as he piiNhed I
�� but (ini with tils left io summon nn
ollku boy.
"Any one here while I whh gone?"
Mcllonry queried sharply us the boy
entered. i
"Yes, sir. Woman whoso boy wan
pinched wants to keep It out of th'
paper. Hoe ii (intNlde two hours. Hhe'n
altttu' outsldo tin' tin win uu' uu win an'
bavin."
"Tell her we're printing n nowspa-
per mul I've loft for uie myliL"
"Then there wiih u tew poouo culls.
Wo bundled 'em ull 'cept tli' iiimu Ilo
��:(* u man named Nolan, nn ho
wiitiled ter sue
yon."
McHenry  Immediately    be-
ciiiue  Interested,
'���W'bnfil   yoti
<l.'ll        ...... ��� Uv
t\"l:ro|   ���"Win**'.
"Ttuif yon wat
to Mi' t hen yter."
Tbu ma tinging
editor picked up
n Congressional
Ihivviu. ,.      ����..<���*-��
uhleil U  forcibly
in (lie lad,
"Well,   ni>lt
I line, young man,
\oii tell uim I've
1 it��i   �� t e p p * d
.1 'i ii- n    m   r fi e
.Viinn; retxretntwt
|j|i i.i>��i��. \..i!tn    lle'n ihe \,t.\\ owner "
"Cheese II, iiie.iii.f ..*.vi��er.    NotKKlf
|p��'pi dr long do tti��.y>"
"No." rr*|����iiiii"1 M> Hetir* laconically "I.Ike cerium ..iiiei lunuriei. no-
Iwdv keep* ii* long Were too et*
tm��i*t--e. Itntmih *
Ttlf  bni  gnon,-.it in,t rmrrlmt nwiv
te enmnwo itw tuutit e.nt<.r at M.tlcfi
f��"�� eoitiihnnit  h��m| tn (int***! of tne
���fcawiirig" ���A'l.iiMin
tteltmnrt mental hlm**'.t ar����l mrreA
fp j|��* mtmt rptilT i��..*(.<i��ft�� at |b��
fftaht tie nl corner of nit at-��g;
"Whnt'd tttw tell
hi in I"
BlRlit editor* rortm.
Meficnr\i turned to Die telephone.
tno sheers, "IIUI. I'd like to run Hint
one.   Senator Ueerlng dead yetV"
"No, not yet"
Tbe managing editor wns disgusted,
"i'showl" be exclaimed. "I'll bnt the
old codger dies tor the afternoon na-
pom.   We're having rotten luck lately."
The telephone rang.
"Helioi Who's miihV" cried Mcllonry
savagely. Hut his votco changed abruptly to lu most sugary tones.
"Oh, Mr. Nolan. UU* In Mr, Motion,
ry. Yob; why, tho boy said I'd gouo to
the theater, lien new to newspaper
oIDcoh, yen, Indeed llu doesn't know
wo newspaper men huvo uttlo time for
tlionKTH-no. indeed - lm, tint I wa*
downstairs In the press ruoiu nil the
time-yes, Iliilceil* troiiblo with thu
roller on cylinder 6 ut tlio color
press, a ml I happen to hnvo a nit of a
iDii'humi'iil turn nl mind-yes, indeed.
AnyMiuiB I <'��ii do for you, <urlr llopo
we may nave Mm* pieHiiiro of showing
ymi ovor llie ollice-ymir ottlawpreity
soon. Ves, Mr I'l'iugM? Ves, any
timo. Wero always ucre. Yon, sir.
Thnuk you,"
He hung up tlie receiver nnd reverted to Ills initiirnl vnleo. "It's llie
new pm-ii, Moore. 8 coming down to-
...���u."
"I wonder If that menus more
chenges?" observed the uigin. editor
ae tie tilled lux pipe.
McHenry slghe*!
"Aln'i a mnn 'who gem Into Mils
business a sinker/"
'���" '     I   . I..     -    ���.���|l,.,��    ,���.|,,.!,.
"Wonder what kind ol u Joke |* Mill
Nolan anywayV" he u��!.etf
The night eilllnr's brow wrinkled.
"All I know is Hull he's a ('oinrrido
miner wllh n hill of ore all ids own."
lie Kin need over Hie ulglii editor'*
NciifHluio "Wbnt l�� Mil* T-T-golf or
politic*?"
"Tuft-both: *olf C tlown-crmferenro
with Aldrlch"
Jlellenry snortwl.
"��i..wli Hie While noti**- !'��� <1-.ti| nlnee
Tiilily left""   fl** (Miinti-d in on- t,-i���^.
Uie    "Uhllt'o lfll**f  itmiltletr... ..iieeol-
emit'"
������f>.i.ti.i,�� r\lti,rt-e. They etiiinugetj
partners "
**i;����rt r,r*'ideV
"V'lil    tl)l|l-l|  "
"I'l'it ����.rd�� 11 l<# *��""'��h Hnnd
ln��fivv .���tni'Mt pnpff." fritfiitit 'hu niio
tflng rditiit.
m^eaT /*���****�� *?&mfj*��>gr.
i    Mcllciiry liinieil nud  puiiiiilnl Uie
(lei-k wiili hi. Ilxl,
"1/ flicy liiekiil on Unit Un-y'il g.l
our joliM on Uiii*,"   Id' pHJatiil' m lue
liM.li/ nl tlic llrlV  Hlllli'llll.V ,-l il,V  ��])je)|
lie luul tiilfeii (miu Alo..re. ",\]| Uie
Millie, tlic jllliciill 1'iliiille j> ..itfjng
lather nolicil Ihe.-e ility��, ii iiiuk, n uie
h"fe Iii tliink i.f what thcy'ic 'Milling
off nil the le.leiul lie..ell. He ��� tm-i ail
Mii'otigli, tlmt llaiti'liiiy, Wlii��,-e Amy
in it   Miniiil'hr"
"\ep,   responded Hie city minor.
"Hy heaven, lie In u newspaper mnn,"
"That's why he won't iiui In Mils uf*
;' 4 .'*    ������  !������  ���������� "��� "���"*' iif.��Hc
"Vep" supplemented Mie city editor.
MclJeiiry'u face took on i resigned
expression  us  ho wild:   ������Wen,   we'll I
hate to im*f It up"   llv |w����"-��l.   "It's1
likely to lie libelous," j
He laid aside the prmif sheet and re- j
'������>  ,   A,   ...  ...'      '   ���"*'   " .<"!.<   ef
articles Intended to Im used In tlio
nejt uiornuiB's iiais'r. j
"How about rtlvoreesV" McHenry
nuked suddenly, nilsing nls oeml to
the City wlltor,
"The Kiirrup divorce l��  up again, i
Tw new rf>re��rM>iideiit4 nniiixi)"    He
polnietl Mieui out iiimu.,. u���. iii,.t<m.
MeHfiirv dre'v it few iine�� ��,n on#
���if the f'lK'l"* hwl rui.ij |i,r tlie isiy.
"Brln* ttte no nrtisi, JmrMii,'- tie or*
iler**!,   1*I��*�� srtUt ��mh.ii m,i��Mr,-,t
"Here." *|M'Ke lip the lllllli (King ed>
Hor, "litke iln*** f��if**i��.iMifiun nml
run em nilti ih* i���� *.-��i i<��*l y***et*
iln). tint fit r��ii'*���� on <lut.r��*iti. cm n
Iml on ��lie and Ihe itn. t in t���w rick,
nnd init xnrrnp miiiwif in t��i�� uninllo
will* u ��1imIo of ��i..;irt�� iiri.iiinj " Mc.
ll.-t.ry rhi��ng����l ��i���� n.tott \..; trwiw
it a tiiff ��piri��ii��'ii it��tr�� ��.f ��u|,|,i, H)Mj
tr.e <��nlli��ti    SiUKU  ut   I li***v  WuUicll
rioatlng  Plih  Ova,
The nnh known tu tho lulu, ol InilU
mpI ('eyltui   a species of ophlocephft.
Ins���I* said to he unique among fresh
water llsh in laying eggs which float,
on the wilier until hutched.   To pre*
pare u iil'iee |ur the eggc the lu'.t heats
linck  tiie rushes   nnd   biUss   of the;
woods.   The eggs nre then spread out
in it sheet flueh with the surfneo of thei
wntflr,  ��iul  the male mounts guard
over them,   They nm large and of a
goldnti yellow or amber color.   A tin-'
gle large globule of oil Immeried in
the volk of each ogg gives them theln
buoyancy,    ine ik����. <���""* .'."-o  %--t-
(.,, ,;\ I.. Uie vntmlh td tbe siin.nnteh
nut In three days or even sooner, 'the
lula is sniil to he iiionogrnmous.
In  Mn.  Ungtry'i  Prime.
An I-IiiuHkIi diplomat at n dinner
>u ;.. . -   .A.l ��� ' 3f;-    T.- ;������
"Wh**n slie w��s at the summit of
her IwHiity end her famo���when
crowd* followed her in Itond street
nnd llie Row���she met at a soroi*
royal dinner, nn African king.
"Mrs. Langtry, dnzjilinff In her
beauty, tat lte*ide this Iting. Rhe
muri ii�� '.'"'i-l i'A'it��, und ������)#> did b<*r
���my t��'��t to H'mme nnd please him,
And Alt' r��n��t tiuyo succeeded, for,
st the (limner'* r-lo**, be heaved a
deep *iirh ind said to her:
" 'Ah mHilirn, if hc��ven imd onlv
msde rwi Mn"k and tat you would
k�� irresi*til.l��!'
Atwietatfom, I
��l  .um.*..  -mmta neiurallf prefer \
rut" ��n if.'i** f..r pot*.** !
"Whv ��'tu��y" I
-H.-. ������*��� ii<v.��' nim tmntm tmmtnmteet \
t*t ttm- tonm*.". H^.tiimtr* Amerfcen.      ��
MUSICAL GLASSES.
The Queer-Looking "Armonica" of *
Century Ago.
IIow long "musical glasses" have
been used for their special purposes
no one really knows. Thero is an account of an Irish performer who played upon the musical glasses in his
native country as early as 1743. When
Gluck went to England (April. 1740)
there is an account of his playing at
the littlo Huymarket Theatre, which
runs a* (ollows: "He played a concerto on twenty-six drinking glasses,
tuned with spring water, accompanied
by the whole band, being a new instrument of his own invention, upon
which lie performs whatever may be
done upon the violin or harpsichord."
In Goldsmith's "Vicar of Wakefield"
the "musical glasses" are mentioned
as being fashionable.
When Franklin was in T<ondon
(1762) he saw a performer upon the
glasses, who played them by wetting
his fingers and wiping them over the
brims. Seeking to improve and sys-
tematize this instrument and ut the
same time to extend its usefulness by
means of the application of mechanical appliances, Franklin devised an
unusual looking instrument which
was described thus in Grove's Diction
ary: "The bells or basins of glass were
.ranged or strung on an iron spindle
(long rod). The largest and deep
toned ones were at the left and
gradually rose in pitch according
to the usual scale. The lower edges
of the basins were dipper in a
trough of water. The spindle or rod
was made to revolve before the performer, so that all the glass howls
were kept continually going around
and around-by means of a treadle connected with the spindle and operated
by the foot of the performer. The
sound was produced by applying the
fingers to the wet edges of the howls
as they revolved. Franklin called the
instrument the armonica.
Mozart wrote music for this unusual musical machine, and it'became
very popular in parts of Germany.
Tlio composer Naumnnn wrote 'sonatas for it, nnd at one time it was used
in some of the court orchestras.' Beethoven wrote a niece of twenty-four
measures for the instrument.. In Germany, the instrument'was called the
harmonica. Its tone was often irri
fating, penetrating and exciting, and
it. wns said to have had a. had effect
"t^STT'tlTrTrerveB-of-t-he-performer-s.���
Outwitted  His Critics.
A minister,living, in-an Aberdeenshire coast town had preached u sermon which a skipper, one of his parishioners who traded to London,
thought very like one which he had
read to his family the Sundav before
from a volume-of sermons which he
hnd purchased in London.
On the Sunday following he. with
two brother skippers., took the hook
tn church to ascertain the correctness
of the suspicion. The mi"i*tnr in
due time pave out a text which, true
enouirh. the skipper found in the index of his book and pointed out to
his friends.
Tho minister then proceeded with
the sermon, going on word for word
witli the sermon book for a sentence
or two, which greatly excited the
skipper, who, with a crony on ench
side, hopt tracing the words in his
'hook after the minister and saying,
"See till him; seo till him."
The minister, who used himself to
tell the story, said:
"I lookit doun and saw what they
were at, so I turned ower twu leaves
nt unen. an' they nover elappit suut
tipo' my tail after that."
New Vogetable le Sought.
Rnglish horticulturists are turning
attention to the possibility of (hiding
ti new vegetable in the ground u,it,
which, though of excellent flavor and
wholesome for food, is disregarded hy
all but "pigs and children."
Ground nuts, otherwise called "jar
nuts"   or   "earth   chestunts,"   havo
been from time immemorial a., favorite delicacy with   village   hoys,   who
are now generally barred from searching for thorn   In tho Knglish  ���.voodn,
where   they   grew   best,   by    killjoy
gamekeepers,   in Gerarde'u time (heir
merits were well   known,   and   thev i
grew profusely   "zilmost overvwhere
around London, hut especially m   a i
field adjoining Highgate, on the right ,
side of  the village,   and likewise  In '<
the next field to the   conduit   heads I
by Miirylebiine,   near   the   way that [
leads to I'ltdditigtnn from London,    j
| Cairo Street Warning!. j
I    In oriental countries  tho   rcckloM-1
; iiohh of drivers of vehicles nml thoir I
disregard for foot iiiisuenBers are vory <
marked, but  In  Cairo thoy  hnvo a
s��r|es of curious cries with which thoy
warn   a   footman.   They specify   tho
��� imrtieuliir purl of his anatomy which
U tn danger, as thus; "Look out for
, thy left shin. 0 undo I"  "Hoy, have
I n care lor the little too on thy right
I foot!"  "0 blind beggar, look out lor
thy staff!" And the blind beggar, fool.
ing his way with tlie staff In his right
hand, nt oneo obediently turns to tho
it'll,   "O Fniiilijsb  woman, look out
for they loft foot!"  "0 burden hear*!
, ,,   :!.,,   !    :!!'!-!   ^ifiwfl"   "ft  ii'ltnr I
carrier, look out for "tho tail end ot I
thy piiiitKiu water boutoj''
Burninfenei' Joke.
Of nurne-Iones nnd William Morris 1
Mr. .1. (Vilnyus Carr relalei an amua* j
ton etiirv    Morri�� hnd nt one time a ���
Imrror ol  growing  stout.     Hie  (khu
wont to bod at n Thamos side Inn one
night, and lliirrie-.!onc* played a triok
on him, taking n section out of hli
wnixtcont mid  sewing tho romnnnt*
together. The next morni: j ho watch-
ed the terror ami consternation with
which Morrf* tried t�� malie the garment meet ainiind hu win*!.    It <*n* ���
not until Hie smothered laughter of J
l'n- p.m.icf ua''''''! .W'> ri.-t* enr.i thnt
(lie |MM*t vna relieved Jrom his anx- -
lety. __       j
To"Fly With the Dear. j
He   |,tfe   m   simply    one    grand
rh.'iM'.    if vou   nre not   amnng   the j
roir-tti-r*   vntt   must    ht ritw   of   the
pnr-'ic.j, I
She��� Will von nm with the hounde j
or lie  Willi  the doetf
He-1  will fly with you. dent,   if I
you pi- a*e, j
WOULD YOU BE STYLISH?
Than Carry  a
Raffia Parasol.
THE KKW BDNSeADB.
Raffia makes our porch cushions tbls
summer and the newest ot our parasols, and a pretty, dainty, light kind of
sunshade it Is. to be sure, one thar
will stand any amount of wetting. Indeed, the ratliu parasols may be carried right Into the surf without damaging their beauty or usefulnoss.
ln the tllustrutiou tbe model Is liv
natural colored rattla, and the loriir
fringe Is an attractive Mulsh. The handle is of brown wood and elaborately
carved. The handle Is long, as is tbi*
case on ail tbe best parasols of the
summer. ,   ���
To Save Alcott Homo.
Efforts-are being made to inaugurate
a movement for the preservation or
the old Alcott homestead In Concord,
Mass., where llronson Alcott lived audi
died and where Louisa Alcott created**
the Immortal children thut run through-
the pages of "Little Men" and "Little
r WoffieuT"���' Plnrp I ace-a t-p resen t-ls-f as t*~
falling Into hopeless decay, and action*
must be started soon lf it Is to be preserved at all, "I'erbaps if Miss Alcott
had been dead two centuries Instead,
ot only about thirty years her former
home would not be In such a dangerous
plight us it Is In today," said a New
York woman who is trying to Interest
others iu Its preservation. "Hut by
aud by Miss Alcott will have been
dead atX) years, and If Orchard House
Is not saveu now American soil In
future geuei'iitluiis will lie the poorer
lor our neglect. We never shun raise-
n harvest ot ancient association for
our mud unless we Hike cure ot the-
associations while they still are comparatively modern."
Uieful Trifles.
A small brush, such us Is need In n
mucilage Dottle.  Is Just the tiling to-
remove diked suit from shakers or ro
keep the lips ot pepper shakers clean.
If you use glass jars for storage purposes and ciiiiuot insure careful handling It Is well io protect the wlge-
wlth pasted strips of adhesive plaster
unless you do not object to chips of
glass In your food,
Kor a leftover unhid mold cold
spinach In n Mhnllow custard cup. turn
olT on Hearts ot lettuce, sprinkle wMh
the yoke of hard bulled egg, run
through n vegetublo proas und cover
with mayonnaise.
Vegetable siilndn will |>e more appo-
fixing If tbe tiiayoniiulso ootiinlns onion juice. Where tlie liiste of onloo
Is not lilted u tin vor can bo given by
rubbing the bowl with garlic.
Don't Marry the Man���
Who Is selHsli
Who Is n pessimist.
Who Is u spendthrift.
Whose worn yon ciinnni rply upon.
Who never worka unless he hni to.
Whose limiiest ambition ti to become-
rich.
Who I* niimby pumby, weak and
effeminate,
Who hue no sympathy wltb your
Idfflie ami flii|fir��Mflfi*,
Who believes Mint nil courting should
tie done before iiiii'rringe,
Who believes Unit n woman should
nave un mieresi outside her home.
Who I* iiiiNyinpiithetie, rplri and dent
to nny demands outside of bnslnosa.
Who loses ma temper nud luflulgee
In profanity ou the slightest provocation.	
Qardtnlno Per Nervouanoai.
llnrdonliig nn n ctwittre ptiMtlme l*>
(tie newest  Idea  Introduced  by the
lie.nl ..J u i.i.i!;! i'nttc "tnilMiMHrrt for
nervous women, mid ench patient ha*,
her particular plot lo look after. Hb��
la even given thi* task of spading up
Hie ground and la ��(n����'fr<l to apeitf
a cert am numuiit ol time dully cult!'
iMilnu ii ipgiirdiims of the weather
On cieai dnjs. ��uci h���� |j,j..vi*u &J";."
the entire force nf lair wouifn la nu|��
pmed tn turn in and rake nnd bun*
tenvee nnd fttgota und play tbey art
amateur farmers. The benefit thatttn
mn of diHirs tiff nnd Mierwt do iv
Mm nerves la Incalculable, and tin
in.v^tiy ol |t makes H ��ouivth(iig to br
HmuvQ forward io.
A Dainty Fragrenee.
T�� Ittipnri it* rteiictMf irwirranee ot
any fluwer lo ntH*'* tellers Ihe oil ��<l
��nj u��-*lrwi flower can !*��� iiddwi to lh��
wrthnir fluid rVenl (Im> lilmier aud
piac* It witn fhe letter fWfier, boi 4n
n��rt pm flower ��H nt |n*��iuiit�� u|*h*
the peper. A peckage nf IM-Kaiioft*
can he ecenfed hy keeping Ihem n*��er-
nurtii in a et(**eA Jar cnnmlnlnc oil ol
Nnwere on while wool or evttoa,
��XU��k.��.	 -���������MHiilli-WiirWIiMilii-  |3?  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Got Him on the Road  Mrs, Shingle���������I always knew that  .Wood girl wanted a man, but I didn't  think she Wanted one as badly as the  paper says.  "What does the paper say?"  "That she has gone for a tramp."  Whether the corn be of old or new  growth, it must yield to Holloway's  Corn Cure, the simplest and best cure  offered,to the public.  Nearing the Bites .  "Hello, Bill!   Been "fishinVyitt"  ���������"Purty nigh.   Varnished tlie rod."  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial is compounded specially to combat dysentery, cholera morbus and all  inflammatory disorders that change  of food or water may set up in the  stomach and intestines. These complaints are more common in summer  than in winter, but they are not confined to the warm months, as undue  laxness of the bowels may seize a  man at any time. Such a sufferer will-  find speedy relief in this Cordial.  Cecil���������You say your mamma doesn't  believe in long engagements?  Juliet Broker���������Yes; she says many  girls' paps have failed during long  waits and the poor girls got left.  P'raps    -  "Wonder why Russia put up the  bars on that impresario?"  "Probably the czar was afraid the  imp would raise grand opera prices  in Eussiq to the American scale."  "See here, my mari,"said the philanthropist who was doing an investigating on his own account, "you are  an interesting'puzzle to me."  "Is that so?" queried the other.  .-, "Yes, it's so," answered the party  of the philanthropy part. "You are  too honest to steal, too proud to beg,  and too lazy to work. How do you  manage to live?"  "Oh," \va's the reply, "I get  trusted."  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Distemper.  ; Made a Mistake  "I-guess I made a mistake; I  wouldn't paint a doorstep for the old  tenant."  "Well."  "Apd now I've got to paint the  entire house for the new tenant."���������  Louisville Courier-;lournal.  Dry Cleaned Them  "Why is your grandpa's face bandaged?" asks the lady next door.  '<He was sleeping in his big chair,"  explains the little girl, "and Willie  turned the nozzle of the vacuum  cleaner against his whiskers."  Something New  "Waiter, what is that machine I see  on each table?"  "That, sir, is a tip register. It  saves the palms of our hands from  getting calloused."  The old fninjly''" physician being  away on n much-needed vacation, his  practice was entrusted to his son, a  recent-medical graduate. When the  old man returned, the youngster told  him, umong other things, that he had  cured Miss Ferguson, an aged and  wealthy spinster, of her chronic indigestion.  A RUTHLESS SLAUGHTER  ELEPHANTS    PRACTICALLY  TERMINATED IN AFRICA.  EX-  - ��������� 11  i    ������      ������t-            The discussion  My boy,   said the old doctor,   I in   concerned the African elephant chief  proud  of  you;   but  Miss  l'etgusons ,]yt    because   the    Indian   elephant  indigestion is what put yon   through  college."���������Everybody's   Magazine.  Have You Remembered It ?  When packing for the country cottage, don't forget your box of Zarn?  Buk! Blisters, sunburn, scratches,  insect stings, etc., if not immediately  attended to, are likely to spoil your  pleasure. Zam-Buk ensures you  against trouble from these. "Take Zam-  Buk, instead of "taking chances!"  Zam-Buk*is antiseptic; kills all poison in wounds, whether from,barbed  wire fence, or insect sting. Soothes  aching feet and-blistered hands; heals  baby's chafed places; cools those sunburn patches, and prevents freckles.  No -mother - should be without it.  Purely herbal in its composition, Zam-  Buk is always superior to the ordinary ointments containing animal oils  and fats, and mineral coloring matter.  All druggists and stores sell Zam-Buk,  but avoid harmful substitutes.  For Two Hundred and Fifty Ysara  the Great Beast Has Been a Target  ' For the Gun of the Ivory Hunter-  French Society   Makes Plans For  i ?H1$ Preservation���������Britain Is Work-  Ing In Same Cause.  For many years, in fact almost ever  since the white man and his native  allies have been killing off the elephant, there bas been discussion of  means of preserving the big beast  from extinction.   The discussion has  "A returned traveller says there is  no Sunday in Alaska." -.*  "Another way of saying there are no  side doors to the saloons."  Children Often Need  a laxative���������but you cannot bepa  careful what you give them.  Harsh  purgatives Injure the bowels and pave the way for  life-long troubles. The new  evacuant In  does the vork most  effectively without Irritating the, bowels  or causing any discomfort.   The children like them for they lasts  like oandy.   Ono of the most popular of the NA-DRU-CO preparations.  23c. ������ bote. It your druerist h������ not yet Hocked them, uni 25c. snd w������ will mall I ham. 20  Nation*! Drug and Quintet! Company ef C������B������d������, Limited.      ������      ���������      Mentrttl. .  Nurse (to casual)���������"Now, you must  have a bath."  Casual      (aghast)���������"What    a    wet  -one?" .   " : ,v.  ���������:   Nurse���������"Most certainly."  .Casual (appealing)���������"Please, nurse,  "c'ljn't I 'ave one of them vacuum  cleaners?"    '  "What did father say when you  asked him for my hand?"  ;"0h," replied. Augustus, "he���������he  did his best to be pleasant. He said  there was something about me* that he  TTOlly~aTimiTCd'  "Did he say what?"  "Yes; niy impudence.  Here lire some definitions ftom the  school-room: "A -Jacobite is a man  descended from Jacob,". "Snoring is  our'breath meeting .the air which is  coining in our mouth," "Sneezing is a  kind of.'cof.flri'g' in the. thront"  other boy writes: "When you are cold  the inside of;,your body rumbles and  then it makes a noise which is called  sneezing," "A telephone is a kind of  long wire with .t> spout at each end."���������  Westminster Gazette.  through hard work as a helper of  mankind has become a valuable .em-  !ber of society and has practically, sav-  ed himself; but the big fellow of the,  African veldt has merely basked in'  the sunshine, played in the pools,  .tramped down the early settler's corn  and beeri such a nuisance and an  idler that he has been considered u  good target for ivory hunters' guns.  Now a French society, known as  The Friends of the Elephant, as  ibestrrred itself in his behalf. This society has awakened so much interest  that not only has France given it  ���������support but other nations that have  African possessions are seeing what  can be done to prevent the loss of  this interesting and valuable animal.  The plan advocated by the society is  that of establishing preserves or  'sanctuaries where the elephant might  live in some sense of security with  bis family and not be disturbed by  hunters seeking his tusks to sell for  ivory.  There is no doubt that he has got  very much the worst of it ever since  the white man went to South Africa.  His case has a parallel in this country' in the buffalo. As1 the buffalo was  ���������able to make out against the Indian,  eo the elephant was able to live and  thrive with the black men that surrounded him. He was not in great  danger of. extinction from the pit-  ,falls and. assegais of the natives. . It  was' when the white inan with' tire-"  arms appeared upon the scene that he;  began to lose ground. . When the  Patch landed at Cape Town about 250  A HINDU LEGEND.  How   the First Man   and   the First  Woman Lost the Garden of Eden.  Brahma made up his mind to ninke  the world and a man and woman.  He made the world, and he made the  man and then the woman and put  them on the island of Ceylon. According to the account it was the  most beautiful island which man can  conceive���������such birds, such songs,  such (lowers and such verdure! And  the branches of trees were so arranged that when the wind swept through  them every tree was a thousand  acolian harps.  Brahma when he put them there  said, "Let them have a period' of  courtship, for it is my drmire and will  that true love should forever precede  marriage."  Then they had their courtship, with  the nightingale singing and the stars  i Another*  Wonderful   Cure   By   That  Wonderful Fruit Medicine  "���������Fruil-a-tivcs."  i Mr. Mathlas Dery, of 225 Church  I street, Ottawa, Oiu., wat* treated for  ; years by physicians for Painful Dya-  j pepsia, He spent so much money for  , doctor's medicines without getting  j much relief that he had about made  i up his mind that his case was hope*  f less.  I    Seeing   "Frult-a-tlves"   advertised,  ,..*.-,     , ���������   y,   -        .,       .       {however, Mr. Dery thought he would  shining  and   the .powers   blooming, i invest 50c in a box of these wonderful  and they fell in love.   Imagine that ; fruit juice tablets.  And this famous fruit medicine did  years ago his evil days began.  One of the old time hunters left ah  especially interesting record for daring and skill. It was a trick with  him to call attention, according to  the stories that are told of his prowess;  to some fine big old bull in a herd,  io u .make a chalk mark on him and then  '^n"i|kill him.   The wagers that this hunt-  The Most Human Picture Ever Painted  "THE DOCTOR"  A photogravure reproduction ol this great painting, 22x28 inches in size  ���������the largest photogravure ever printed.  PRICE 25c, POSTAGE PREPAID  1  Tho original of this groat painting, by Luke Filths, h������u������K in tho Tate  Gallorv. in London, placed thoro by popular subscription of Iho British poo-  pie. i\t)Vi.r imn brush mijiieitni ������������������i������ pw-AvrfuIIy iho cx\>r"���������������������������?*,���������!!-��������� "I1 ;������?���������/>'<>������  Bionnl amitv, maternal griof,'.fatherly' Ivopoleannoss or childish holplossnoss.  It is roally*aBWoUa8 figuratively tho most Immftn of tho world's -groat  works of art., ��������� ,' ���������>  Newspaper enterprise, backing modern mechanical progress, iliakes it  possible to put thi* work of art into tho hands of the. public at this nominal  cost. _____   I  THE ART STORE PRICE OF THIS  PICTURE WOULD BE $2.50  PICTORIAL PRESS, Box 1856, Winnipeg.  Knclotnl find 25 tanti fur which pleftii. forward  by first mail one copy of picture entitled "Tha  Doctor."  Yuur* truly.  Name   Adilrma   ,,.,..,   J  [er made with tenderfeet, it is said,'  kept him in gin and tobacco until he  happened to r.un; across a lively old  brute that objected to being chalked  and plugged with lead to adorn a  ���������hunter's tale. This hero ol the herd  'turned on the great hunter, tusked  'him, and trampled him until there  jwas not an' unbroken bone in his  'body,'  : Jacobus Botha, ancestor ot one of  !the Boer leaders iu the war against  England, wus famous as an elephant  jhunter. He ussd to kill four or five  (elephants a day and in this way laid  (the foundation of quite a respectable  ���������South African fortune, A historian  'who wandered along the African  coast at that time reported that Botha  (killed 22; elephants on two different  occasions and that ho shot as many  :as 13 elephants in a day, Some one  {Who knew Botha declared that it was  doubtful if he ever said such a thing  land suggested that some one else told  'the story for him in order to see how  igreat a tale that historian would believe, ,  ; Oswell, who was one of tho greatest  African hunters of Livingstone's time,  (relates that in one of his expedition.-!  ihe saw 400 elepjiants jn one herd.  ,"A& far os thdi.iiyo could' much in a  ifairly open country," lie said, "thero  was nothing but elephants. 1 do ruH  Imeiin In serried iiiiibs, but in nuiall  igroups."  ���������Gordon Cuniiiiing was another fnm-  ���������bun African hunter who killed his full  ������hare of big gnm������, and I-VC, Sulcus  man another. The 1 n'.tcr is said to  Ihuvo shot 2.1 elephants in threw sen-  song with nn old Dutch elephant gun.  , The result of this *luui?htur has  been fo exterminate the elephant in  South Africa, To-day there are no  flierd* south of llie Stonibesi and tha  Ouone river* except two or three  'small protected herd* in Tup" Colony,  na (mtull trilnp or two In lliimitiipwtitii  |iand llnehiiaiialiinrl and ix few in  iMi-Klioiialand nnd perhaps In Main-  heli'laiul, Thi* in all Ihnt remain* of  tho herds that 00 or 70 year* ami  .Tonmeil in freedom over most of tha  South Afrlcnti Inferior.  Thn English lii've taken ������ ������pi'olnl  .Interest  in the eleplmnt   si una they  Jiavii seen it ili.-nppyar rapidly from  their South African Mlnii!������* and *ev-  iieral   societies have' been   formed    tn  f jpreaorvQ it,   These ������������e>i )<���������>,* hav.* tip-  ! jinruntjy been gathered Into < no which  Oiiih for it* purpose lli" fir'>-"r**nii'in  of the fauna of all the Brlti-di empire,  The African, native ever tincu   he  linn been I'hie to obtain and ti*o Are*  j������niiH Iiuh MI/imI tlio eiefiiiwil  leiMi.d-  > - -    i-J    h-   ��������� r\   "\-      !!-    <        !'-m<"!  'that   it   In   the   most,   profitable  trii'le  | "Ihnt ho can engage in lit'caiico ivory  'fjriils a ready market at a ?< "I price,  l There Iiiivi* been laws mm|e by ������oini  *if the colonic* that no cow elephant*  ' V������r     i���������������������������.,l���������...    I...lt���������     ,.!,.,!!   I   .     t/itt,.,!  i mu! tlui minimum weiehi of !u������kf tlmi  | ���������may be bartered has h������en lived nr-  ���������cording to the colony at tmin !> to ,10  Hounds;  but the  great dilHeulty   In  ������*nforcinp this rule is that t'n* nutivn  jihn* found that If he oarnn>i ������.-|| th"  hinderwi'leht tu*lt* legally In* can id-  'iv.*iv������  fln/l   ���������ortie  rirto   ������!.,, ������-fP   tik#  jUieui oft his haridii a.* eontrul. ,n I,  T\\e  French   ������nciety  Iibk Lil'ti  nil  1hi>M.   iiiiiiiIn  into  riitjvvieriii i ii    mul  jhns directed it* rnisude ni'un-i   lb."  l������!������ophter In the interior i.i th.- en.  tinent,   III  llio   Valley    of    Ihe  ii'liU",  From here ho* h������*en cirninf r. r.-n'lv  much of the eonlniband ivory *������.-* uel!  tna much o| th������' fine>t th.it n ,������ I .-en  ' Itrdlrtp It* tent h*������ th,- Fonior-an  ' krurki't^. The killing of th- big t- ast  na* been rnthleat and ������i������h������������t i|j������-  .Ijr. mi ii a i ion.  courtship���������no prospective fathers or  mothers in law, no prying and gossiping of neighbors, nobody to say.  "Young man, how do you expect to  support her?" Nothing of that kind.  They were married by the supreme  Brahma, and he'siiid to them: "Remain here. You must never- leave  this island." Well, after a little while  the man said, "I- believe I'll look  ahout a little,"  ��������� He went to the northern extremity  of the island, where there was a little  narrow neck of land connecting it  with the mainland, and the devil,  who is always playing pranks with  us, produced a mirage, and when he  looked oyer to - the mainland such  hills and Vales, such dells and dales,  such mountains crowned with snow,  such cataracts clad in bows of glory,  did he see there that he went back  and told liis wife: "The country  over there is a thousand' times better  than this. Lot us migrate." . She,  like every other woman " that : ever  lived, said: "Let well enough alone.  We have all we want. Let us stay  hero.".   _ .-.-..-.".  But he said. "No; let us go." So  she followed" him, and when they  came to this narrow nock of land he  took ljer on his back like a gentleman and carried her over. But the  moment they got over they  heard a  for Mr. Dery what all the doctors  could not do���������it cured him.  He writes:���������"Fruit-a-tives" positive-  ly cured me ot severe Dyspepsia when  physicians failed to relieve me."  "Prult-a-tives" makes the stomach  sweet and clean, Insures sound digestion and regulates bowels, kidneys and  skin.  50c a box, 6 for $2.50, or trial box,  25c���������at all dealers, or from rrult-a������  tives, Limited, Ottawa.  A Matter of Choice  The dancing seasons never stop.  Some of us dance through all..  The frog prefers a summer hop,  The moth a camphor hall.  ���������Woman's Home Companion.  Your Druggist Wil! Tell You  Murine Eye Remedy relieves Sore  Eyes, -Strengthens Weak Eyes,  Doesn't Smart, Soothes Eye Pain,  and sells for 50c. Try Murine in  jYoiir Eyes and in Baby's Eyes for  j Scaly Eyelids and Granulation.     ���������   I'  "He says life    is    a    nightmare."  "May be. it wouldn't be if,he'd wake  i up."���������Birmingham Age-Herald.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  crash and, looking back, discovered j The pine reaches a maximum age of  that this narrow neck of land had j 700 years, the silver fir 425, the larch  fallen into the sea. The mirage had : 275, the red beech 245, the aspen 210,  disappeared, and   there ,>vas   naught   the birch 200, the ash 170, the elder  ���������but-rocks-^-and���������sand^and~then^the_r145_and_the_elmJ50J^__   supreme Brahma cursed ��������� them   both  ���������;  .-  to thc lowest hell. Many mothers have reason to bless  Then it.was that the -man spoke.*'",'Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  "Curse me,-but. curse npt her. lt was ! because it has relieved thc little ones  not her fault.   It was mine." . J of suffering and made them healthy.  Tho supreme Brahma''said',' "I will  save her, but not thee," .And then  she spoke ont'of her fullness of love,  out of a heart in which there was  love enough to make all of her daughters rich in* holy'affection, and said:  "If thou wilt not spare him, spare  neither me. I do not wish to live  without him. I love him." Then  tho supreme Brahma said, "I will  spare you both and watch over you  and your children forever."  Ready to Talk.  A very brilliant Irish lndy some  years ago arranged that Mr. Lecky  should meet an ablo and famous Irishman of very advanced opinions in  politics. It was intended that tbey  should exchange views, and the Irishman had a good deal to say about Mr.  Locky's later work and was well able  to put what he had to say in the most  effective language, The door'opened,  and Mr. iAscky was announced. He  was introduced to tho lrishnwn, and  beforo the latter had time to sny nny-  thing tho historipn began a political  harangue, which; ho kept going with-  out cessation the .whole,timo lio^wns  thero. ���������Tlio Irishman at ilrst tried lo  break in with a word, but ho wns  swept away, as it w*ere, in the unceasing (low of Mr, Locky's language, so  after a time ho sat in amused bewilderment, waiting until nature gave out,  But whon Mr, Lecky felt ho was getting exhausted hu rose from his chair  and shook hands with the bostons and  hor guest, keeping on talking all the  timo. Thoy came out with him to the  top of the staircase, hut could not tret  a word in edgewise even then, iih he  talked all th" way down tri the door  and was oven In an unllnishcd sen-  twice when the door was shut boliitVl  him. They looked at each other and  roared,  ������." Like Most of Theirs  The rainbow the Democrats saw in  -he slate senatorial election in New  Yn-k seems to have been slightly oH  color,���������Washington Post.  Belle���������How silly men act when they  propose! Why, my husband acted  like a perfect fool.  Nellie ��������� That's what everbddy  thouuht when your engagement was  announced,���������Cleveland Leader;  ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE  TORONTO,  CANADA.  Under (he control of tho Department of Agriculture of Ontario.  Affiliated with the University of  Toronto,  COLLEGE OPENS SEPT. 30, 1910,  Calendar on Application.  E. A. A. GRANGE, V.S., M.S.,  Principal,  TELKWA, B.C.  On main lino ol Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, in midst of rich  agricultural and mining district.  Lots.from $100 up. Write for full  particulars,  NORTH COAST LAND CO'Y, Ltd..  410-11.12 Winch Building,  Vancouver, B.C.  London Office, 6 Old Jewry  First  EnRllih  Book on  Sport.  The ))r*t book on *;wt ever print-  ed   in  the   Kni'lihli   language   wns  a  rhymed���������'treiillse i'JJIled the "Boko of  St, Alhiuids," it,- author being a wo>  man, name .luliima Born  eond edition Was. printi  do Witt*)*. In  Utin,   A  her   family,   Uud   llenier*.   was  tlm  translator of Kroi������������������.���������������,rC* "t'liroiilclen,"  It is truo that old tnanuseriptil exist- i  ed, such as the "Vwrio dfl Twecy"  of the linn! of I'Mwanl 11,, bi^.'lt wits ,  Darne Jtilfann  who ������a������ tluf'r'eal atv I  <u:Mfivs nf sporting lileraturo'lu Mug- :  land, for she also eoiuj������i>ed 'fin e.-cay |  mi hawking and another on'"KiKhlng  With   nn   Allele,"   the   Inst   hjilng   of t  such  excellence   that    hank ' Will Ion j  himself did tako n hint fi������m its page*  A Titled Kleptomaniac. ,  A titled kifptouiitiiiai* miiioxl a century ago hum Um fuiiiitc-n of Cork.  Hhi" had n reputation f<������r uteiilirnr ttny -,  thing sho could Iny lier hand* on,  whfithffr it was useful or valuable or  not.    Once,   when  lining  n  country  iiiiUM*  * in Iv ruv  ii.e.  - - ' ,, .-..������.. .,.������,,  ���������.,<���������  t*aw and quietly picked npn hedge Imu  that wn������ crowinc; a hull, a pet of the  jwirter's, nnd took it away in her carriage, Flndins it nn uncomfortable  foot-warmer, she deehled to di������mm������ of  it nt the first town where she clianceil  horses nnd then offered it t������������ it ennfee* >.  t.'������iM in r.'lurn f,>;  ,������    i'.i.^t: cuke  ORBINE.  "rill!'!!'!'*' ��������� *"-*-,*n- "',,,*',������M'  >B1    III!  ;.��������������������� , On������������ not Tlliitvr, i.iie.Vi l  tli* hnlr or l.t tiitb".* ui>, l)i)0������  AIIMOKtllNK, Jn., (m.nklndll,M  '..-.���������-"W ' . *W*������J������','������   J)*-aet,  i nrlii, Kllltil Tfiirioiii, lor������niw  row   nnr   llrtilt*   or   Ulrnlo, 1  iir.M������i**i������!i������ l,������D������������n#t������, Atari  r uc ou a wo- ��������������������������� ������.".;, *y'������������������"'���������< ���������������.. inwiinuiiw  ,,,,,,, " .,, ������������������ fmLW Jin llt.l r������i������ Srn"������HI., K'nn,,, ii.ihii  tier*,    u* an.    ������nt������*nniti������ pit><.iiti, v������rl������...t v.m,V������m������.  d by Wytikyn'  L,lV'JS2UMi,i,*,,.'lv,,.',������,n* .h"i "���������!",.. .1  deneondhnt ut I w* '* TWAA!*'v i" it%H ". to"*****' **������*>  iii'muininiii off itnlti*i,in,,n���������i>ni, t-im*4ii*it,Mi,  llll briliM k( MirlM lilt t WfRM Ci��������� WinCim  Ik-iNiiiiulDnDi CiimIiiI It., it mm, ui Ciiiiitl  ������������������< HtMiriM lm, Ci lie,, Vmcmiir.  pavin  ���������fi   Cure ?  i  Bcfflri*    tfi.-f-riif*  I'liddy-There woiil-'i be U'wcr un- j  happy mnrriapofi in the world if men '  end etitncn urniM ������r,v to tlm? out ,  each fither'<������ di������(iii������ilii.n dnrinvr court- !  ship insfeiu? of doing ������h"ir best t������ ,  ihreivc one ani.tL. r '  Jbtddv���������Yf*. I rue** the*** would  be, tut ynu i������ny, fewer unhappy mnr-  rtngetf tn tart, there mould be tew*  at marriage* of any Und, I guiaa.  W������r������������n,r������nt.  ?tt������, II tit.  "I litil * iHiret ibit  tii.l t Hpivln fir u  luul Unit tml I h*4  lrlr4 nnrlytvMy kln't o( meillclte  wlifn I nrlKlil'ur li/'l ni' lu lilt  *r*<������.-.������,* i. r.^.tt������.ti viti', %,..->. . :���������*  ������������������'l ll irtrt wM4������riallr."  M. KOSI'NTflAV  Hrndair* H|MVt������ < ure tt no  mu Mr.l t������ p������i liutiil, l.iillt III* tuorl'l't  tltnilii.l irmrAy t,,r til hwr|'.H|t,  Ml riiiin-lirt itk.t I.tiiif ������r������. In lioiwi  ea.l hum,  l\,.  I ,' ,  ^.fl,|,l , vrr   (...,��������� i, y..r,  t'ttvi iwrmrr, Ho.inntti, miint-  Win. U������riv |>rn|illr|iir t������'l ln.lM  uwerr ,'*,*n.:.f ������lionM k>rp 'I  ��������� )*���������)��������� or Mud.  fl   e IVHI>   (1 f.,r f>,    *������V  vmir  ilrelti lur It** tnfiy of ������������' ������������*1������ "A  Trttilw On IH* lli>f������������"   <>t ������nn������ nt  ������������. IU J. MCNDAtX CO.   ib  fjemmbure ******   ���������   M*rm**m\.  ������������������������������������������������������aann  W, N. U, No. W.  JL Tie Cirataland Vm
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^rom time to timo.
THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
TUESDAY,    Oct,   4th,     1��10,
coast land district.
District or Coast. KaK.'e 2.
TAKE NOTICE th*tt Edward C
Townsend of Vancouver, B U *
gentleman, intends to 'ipply for per-
misefon to purohase the following
described lands: Commnncing at e
post planted aboHt 7 miles north
and 2 miles east of He t-outheast
corner of CL 3358, thence south 80
chains, 'hence wo8l 80 ehaini?.
thence north 80chain', thence east
80 chnins, to post of commence-
main, containing 640 acres, more or
less. EDWARD C TOWNSKND.
Dated July 27th, 1910.
COAST LAND D:STRICT.
District of Coast, Range 2.
TAKE NOTICK that Frank W.
.Lei-son of Vancouver, B C, broker,
intends to apply for ���, or mission to
purchase the followi'.g described
lands: Commencing at a p*wt
planted about .7 mile? nurtli and 2
miles east of the Bout'i* a i't corner of
CL 3358. thence north 80 chains,
thence east80 chains, ��� hence eoutii
SO CjUiirtB, thence weni 80 chain*, to
l��>st of commencemet:*, conlainin*:
G4Q itcreo, more or hr..
FKANK \Y LEESON.
Dn'-edJuly 27thJ910
CO AS r LAND MSTlUSTi.
District of Coast. Range 2.
takk notice that George More,
cf Vancouver, B.C, broker, intends
io apply for permissi n to pnrchui*e
the following described lands': Com
tuunoingat a poat phoned about 7
miles north and 2 mio1* east of thn
Putithoast corner of CI. 8358, thdncu
north 80 chains, tinmen wost 80
vhnins, thence south 80 chain*,
thence east 80 chain.* *o pout oi
commencement, comuininii (340
��oroo, more or less, hkohok mouk.
.Dated July 27th, 1910.
KCl'KRT LAND DISTRICT
PiHtrioiot Km e t.
;AKE m.tio that Lilla KleamrJfnMn-
* "ii. i.f /��j.r.nv-r. B <'.,..ecu utfton.iiur-
n dwomaii. i tei-d t>upgly f'.,r (M-rtnis-
e��'ii t�� purchase i|M tollomua danoiibed
'ij'.'>9:-L. E. .lenkinhoii's S. K. crner,
O mmenoiciK ��it a post pla ted at the
ni��rih van. corner of Sfc��i..n 1,'Towi.ship
"!��� .ht;"Ce "'��*t 160 ctmiiia, theuoe north
���-'�� chains, m.ro or lean to Ucorgia La e,
tin nee east along tho luk�� ahore to Town-
���Inp lino, tltmo.! nunth !)8 cliains nu.ro or
l��-�� to phioe nf onmuieuceiHunt containing
5*0 Hcres, wore or Ims.
LILLA KLKANOK JKNKINSON,
,, .   , . Win. Leslie, A��mt.
U'ltod Juno 23rd, 1910
ItUt'KHT LAND DISTRICT
DMrivt of Rut on.
TAKE NOTICE tint' Lilla H-renw
JeuJiiiiii-<ii, of Vi.nouuv'ir li. U. o> ctlpati .u
Spiunt.r, intends t-i apply for -Jtrmi mi.iu
to purchaieUief-llowii^dtHtniboii lnud��:
Cominenriugat a pott piantei ��*- t!i>-
north ��axt corner of /tuition SB, 'IWh-
Unip 'id, tlieuce souck UO chains, tho..*e
����>>t 80 chain , thence boi-'ii SO ebaiiM,
thddcu e��Bt 80 claim to pi ce of cm-
menoament, eo. taining 010 &cr a moro
or llt,<a.
LILLA FLORENCE JENKIN.SON,
Dated June !>lac 1910.
RUt'EKT LAND DISTHILT
Diatriot ��f Rupott
TAKB NOTICK ttint   Iln My Clement
Blythi-, of Vancouver,   11, C. occupation
Logger, iatenus to apply tor porraisfiitin
to purchase tbe following de��crii ed luut's:
Cotnuiuno-ni? at a port jj unite! at tiie
southeast       o.��rni-r      of        Sea-
ti'U 13. township21, nurkad P. C. lily-
thj 8 Ji. corner, tlunoe n>.rtli 80 ohai.��.
th�� no�� wcb; SO chsi'ifl, tiitnoe jiouih 8u
oh��i.��, thence e^bt 80 chaius to place of
(,-ou.metio. meut,    coticiiui g   64t)  acres
inure ur 1mm
PADUY CLEMENT BLYTHE
Wm. Leal ie, Agent.
Dated Jure 30th, 1910. .
KUl'ERT LAND DISTRICT
i)i8 .rictofRup��rt.
TAKE uot oa thnt'William Robing, v,
Ot Vaucouvwr, li. V. ocenmtiou aa.is.nau
uteud* to ap,,[y for per.i,ia,iuu to pur-
chH��eihef.iJii.wii.gd-ncribi-.d laud-: Com
inui,jiiiK at ��t a p. ��t planted ��t the S. K.
TOP o tSeo'"iau v'4' T """hip 21, 'murk-
ed W. Ko:,iu,ou. s. E. c.mer, tluuu.
u'-rili SO ov.uim, thence wtst SOclnii.s,
theuce ��.ut, 80 chain,, thfeuco e..8t so
��).ihu�� io pldou oi coiunienceuwnt, cout^m
.iu^*jm,a(!resi,m..ra-.r-le^T�� ���--
WILLIAM ROBINSON
,. .  . , Wu��. Leaho, Agont.
DaUdJuhoSOth, 19J0.
RUPERT LAND DISTRICT
District of Rupi-rt,
TAKE NOTIOE that Ralh KoniaGhrk
of Viii.vouver, B. C, oue u pa tion marrifd
woman, inteiids to apply f-i piirajHaion
to purchase the followniK dv��ori'ird Inndo:
Gniii'tiuuciuMK nt a post i>l<iiu<d nt the
Hout'i onst owrnor of liooli .n I, TowiiRhip
21, ihunca north SOohaln*, tbvncu went
HUcluiiaa, thuioo Boatb 80 iihi��tn\, UtUoo
iftbt 80 oh >in8 vi plioo of o mnnii.i^uivnt,
e-n'.'^iiini. fill) cron, mom or) ,4*
H'.A'ti KK'/JA Ci.ARK,
'S'ui  Is- A. ���,   i,,��.���������>.
, iJivtml .luiiu *h)��, Vjili,
RUPERT LAND DlHTUICr
DiAtio', of Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Edward Tnon.
ie\, .f V��u.-..uv��, B.C., o.''<iU|jaiitii), Tmv-
eler. ii.tonda to apply fur perm^fijn iu
ijUiohnmi tiie follow iug de>oi-il>eil liindu:
Cmmncitig nt a pent planted iu th'
north ea**. coMiernf Siotioa 12, ThwhIup
21, thenoe umt SO cii.iiiH, th-nce bu Ii
40 obaiiw, th.nco wuat 45 ehaini- mo e oi
lt*8i to U'Oivia Liilco, tlmt!�� winterly
along noith nhoru ot lake 95 chain*, ii)"i'e
or Iibi te where ucotiou l��i�� botw- en Sec,
I'i ntul Iii iiiteratctH lake, tbeui-ii ono l)n
ohuiaa morn or los- to plaoe of yomitieiii'
luent luKerib'd on po,t8o oli.inu tn N, 1"..
6'tuot, K. Tlioi'iihy, conUiuiKfilOarreH
mom oi'L.a,. EDWARD TIIORWLKV.
Ww. Le-he, Atfoni,
D*ed Ju*i��i 28th, 1910.
RUPBUTUNDiiWTRICT
Diatriot of llttpuri.
TAKK NOTICE that llmiw Nntm��i.
Weruloy, of Vnnooitvor, M.O, <uj:ti(ii.tton
h.iolckoepar, IntaiulH to eppl) for |junni��-
ci.in to pur.;!i!iKO tlm talUiwnn/ deticribtiii
liiinlm-Cvnjtneiioing :it �� ,"��t pUntud in
Did nontJj WH'it oornor of H e l/n 18, To v��
��� hip 8, pimt marked O.N n'urluv'H H.
W. oorner, thnnoe emit 81) nhainit, tlw* er
north HU oli'UiH, thonoo wivit HO clmiiiH,
tin" ee Houth 80 chnlim (���. p aen ��� f nien-
iiii-.rtcc-oent, containing OU aoron, more
ur '.i'hh.
OEOIWK NORMAN WOIHI.KV,
Wm. LuHlit), Aijo.it,
})itnt\ Juna gOlli. 1010. __
RUPlvlU' LAND"illtsTuiC?"
Dlntritjtif Rmeit,
TJiKK NOTICK that  ���< rphon Nclh,
of Vanemiver, H tl,, ocvtip.tuii,   lixi'i.
k��i��p��i'. hit-i/nU tc \|i|jly fi.r p'��miHii.i*. Ut
purnhiiw the following iI-h" thd Hml.: ���
tt. .Si.'ii'h, N, W, oroni-r.    �� .ie.iiii*iiiiiiii< ut
i. pn t plt.it.oil on I'ow .Htup 1 nu m, ��..ii h
i��t jn.* nl Uoot^ia Lxk.,   iI.e.iLi.  Mi.itli
I.VIulrrii.i, ui'.re nr li ii*  ti   ,;t�� quarter
jj.i��;   Ihi.wo-ii Section 111 .ml !1il,   Tovrn.
��h p JI and ui),   thn.Ri)  ii nt   'In   cImIiih,
tliunoi iioi'lli IliO oluiiin, t'l.iino wwit  III
I ll 'I .H,  tll.-W'l' i< UVll     m Ull.   Iir  .11 ('U" .  Of
oiimmmicumsiit, aontaui.g iHO <->**,
mo B or (aw.      .Sl'Kl'iii-'S  Cil'M,
Wm. L   ue, Anunt,
Dttfld Jtt ���*��� a��rti. 1910
KTJPKRTLAND lJ.,S'IRICr
';.*.;   ii..,. ���. .
���''i��,''Wf| ,' fi.tt' I,-In Umllm, nf I
'������������ne-itiver, I* ll., noon)!..i.i, iirohnr,jn.l
ti ���-.tin to i.| p'y f'i pnnn>.i iu t'i im <\ie*e
',.   '--A-tAi.-i   \ ft  ''ie<l 'k , in*- I'.iniuen
>\g    v i .   ..i pimitml    t llln (KI'll    I'Ult
n rmr nf :i"'i,n 34. Tow *'ii|i un, thwi.ur
i> ,ii'h f'*> ehiiiim thenee w��*t VI tlai-.��,
l etni ii,i"l, 80 cIimiii", .ii"tiv�� n��Ht i��i
cu-iin* t" pUco <i' com oitii*. <��� no nt, cm-
tti uni 040 aaro4, m.-n* ,*,
JOHN Ml-KINK,
Win   i.n .it, A^but.
!l��UlJuwu2Ut, I'JiO,
KUPKItTLANDlUMiliCr
Dutriet of Rii|.��irl.
TAKK NOIK'K. tlm' A ... M.��M..t lei-
knm.'n,if vai.ooKvor, b t  ,    e,.|ntniu,
fclonogrnrhii, ini"1 :.i, t,   ),, ���., f.   i,en. ih
���j.ilti   liiiro-.ilHK'lle f'd .'-'ii-ii immr.tmn.
UuU;--Oiiineneiilg a. / *, ���< |,.i��..n��.i h
thn imrtb * e��t iorm.r ot *< < u-���u lli. I'ow ���
Itllip Qtl, tlitit.'J   ��"ltll   1''    ���'���   in-,  %��� ' ii,:
OIX'X    i"t''l*ii   *, tflOniM i    . ��ti    *l i'Iik Nl*
thuiici we��t H'i .'luitm t   pi <���*��� it* oiui-
mtsioamnv, ennt.iaiae, fib) -��i��'*, >orii ��� i
" ADA RI.EAKOK IKNKI%����N.
V\|��i   )a-1 ���.    g-nX
D��t d Jut 214 1010
RUPERT LAND DISTRICT,
Dintrict of Kit part.
TAKE NOTICE thnt I, ftiiftmel Row.
dou, ot Vaucouvir, FL 0., oooupHdon mi
ing oi.^ineer, inte> d�� in apply for p< rni'N
aiim !opiioh������ tho f"llo��'ii'.g<i��woril)ed
lam'K���Coii.umeciuK'��t �� pm.1 |.l��n|id nt
th- wmth 'Hwt Comoro/ Ntitmn 2, Town
*hip 21, thno�� nor h HOclivinH,   thouur
-a��t 8t�� uhiibiH, thnuiw  tioutli KO uh.iim
tliH.oe we't8(1 chnlnH, tu |)Iul*iiof cotmn
eicoiimnt, ooiiUlniig 640 <eni'. iiii��o m
lw.. MAML'EL HUWDliiJ,
Dutud June 2lHt, 10U)
Cotfk'a Cotton Hoot Compound
SThn ��rw*t Utwlrw Tonli-, aod
inly t��fo ctraftiial Motitfity
tesnlnujrem whloli wmnea eon
IwieiiiL Sold jn tiuvo Ut
of ��ruiittb-Ko. 1, f 11 v
JO aapttnm ttronomx Wl
tfit ��m<mu temtm, U iwr b��
_��^, AM |��r all inggutt, pt te*,
tX^   Prepaid  on twoclw uf wrlgo.
Tht Ortnt A'ntflinA  flrmrdu.
fonw nnd <n vlguwmt bu m Iml
Mfir*'"Mfl   ...   I,'"      r. ,'��� - -     .-   ���
...--.      'Jfl-i^.l* oh\'m\nn.<l*irt�� AW���
fVhOffj.    XfniM rinrf flr.jlit tl'i.rv!    O
UNO AOT.
Form   No. 9. ,
Form of Notice,
Coast Distriot,  .
District of Range 2.
TAKEnotulu tb��t  WillUm  I^ek,   of
Vancouver, ocoupufion Kugineer, inteud*
to apply for perraUsiou to purchase the
following tlescrihed Und*:���
Coiniueuciug ut a punt planted  on tbe
buMli about one and u half milea South
IdA from the South K >st corner of V. L-
.'t:i58. tbenoe North   eigiity   (80) chuius,
thenco Eat eighty (30) vhiins,   thenoe
South (80) ohsiuH,   theico   Wet   (80)
vbaina, to poiut of ooixmanovuieiit, coii-
tdtiiiug aix hundred and forty aaiuu, more
or ka��.
WILLIAM LEEK
N^nu of App.ic*uc
Dated June 4th, 1910.
LAND  ACr.
Form No. 9,
Form of Notice.
Count District,
D'titncc of Range 2.
TAKE notice that Varna Leek of Vanoouver, occupation Spinster, intends to
apply for permianiLn to purchase the following desaribed lands;���
Commencing at 4 poat planted at the
Nortb Weat corner of Nu. 1, thence Weat
eighty (80) chains more or le>s to C. L.
3358, theuco North eighty (80) chaius a-
loug O, L. 3358, tkenCB Eaat ogbty (80)
obainB, thence South eighty (SO) ��,'h��in��.
to tha point of coinint)i.u6in��..t, ooutaiu-
iug six hundred and fotty (0'4U) uctes
more or less.*
VERNA LEEK
Name of Applicant.
Dated June 4th, 1910.
LAND ACT.
Form No. 9,
Form of Nntie��.
Couat District,
District of Rouge 2.
TAKE notice that Elanor Leok of Vancouver, oectipatioa Marued woman, in-
ttnila to apply for parmi-siou to puruhane
tlio following dem.ribed lands:���
Clouimencjig at ap>at ..pliwlod^at the
North Wo<ft ouruorof No. 1, theuoe Nurtli
eighty (80) chains, theuce Em (80) chaiun
thonce South eighty (80) chains, theooe
Wont (80) chain*, tu p.ii..t of commeucv-
ment, co Gaining *ix buud.ud aud forty
actea, rsw0 or less.
EL.ANOR LEEK
Name of Applieaut.
Dated June 4th, 1910.
LAND ACT.
FoiuiN...9.
Fnrm nt Nniioe.
Coa<t l^inrict Huugei.
TAKE NOTICE th �� Kintieriue Brown,
ni oneatiou   widow,   iiiii-'iidi  to apply for
[)��� nutHfiou to purchave the f .ltu.ting  do-
scriduil   lauds:   C lumaecu.g at a puot
planted ut the umtlMi t u��i*u>r of  No 'J
(bving tw 1 mibm imrtb of the sotithwu.t
corner of No 1) thonu ��� i.orcn eighty [80)
;li��ias,   tlie:icj ��e-t  eigbty (SO) ulminr.
theuoe south eighty (881 ohaius,   thenee,
cnai eighty 180] chain*, to tho   point  if
oniiiiiittuceuitiiit, ooutiilning iix butidteU
aud forty [0401 aoraa. moio nr low.
KATHERINK BROWN,
Nairn) of ii|>|>liitnut
Dated June 4,1010,
LAND AOK"
Form No. 9.
It arm oi Notioe.
C'omt Distiiut.
Diatriot efRauga Nn 2
TAKK NOTICK tbat Anmu Uraranor, of
������' lln��ton, oeonptlinu *pi��Ht.r, latmida tn ap-
\ily for tieimimion to pmcbaHa tho follow
iog ih'HO'ibeil Iniul-: loiiiiiitnoing at a pout
plantud nt tha iiurthniHt ooruer of Nn. 2
(Iming two uiilau nurlh nf tho southwuat
coruer of Nn. I) thunuo ronli eighty [80)
KUI'KKT LANDDl.il'UlCT
Dlitrlot nf Rupert.
TAKE NOTICE tint Il��idi<o Aahby,
Vanoeiifi-r,  li. C, i'ooii|iitiim,  innrrlo-i
wouuii, inland* to appl) fur  fKHUiKiili-i--
to pureiinM> th* following dr��nb��it lain!*:
Cjinie'ioliig at A {tost  |*liitited  at tic
son li rant (ornur ul Kfdtinn Sin, Towt,-
:diip21,  thenco  to rt 1 80 e.hali h, thmict
w,�� HO cbnini, thenco a..inhS0 oliiiinn,
tllelik'o in t 90 uliuitlH, In plum of oillini
."uenunt, Oniitui.iiig HllUeru*. inert .  .   .
lew. HAlDKKAsHJlY, W4wt w^hty [B0)~<linlnn to point of (win
Dated 4u���.3lNt. m**' ^"" ^ -..��.|..-.;t. ��.��UI��ta�� alt handfil aud
foil 1 (CIO) Heron, mora or Ih��h.
 .,..���  v ,..eliaina, lh��uo�� eaat alghly (80) chain.,
lenunt, 0>iiitui.iiig fllllaeru*, imiro or tbnnoo amith iiuhty (SO)   obmiiH, tliwioii
A.N NIK URKSINER,
Nhtne i.f A|i|i|ieiii>t,
Dated J una.I, HMO,
^mm+mmmm-mLmm+m.    ,  ,.nll   I   ��� *   I        ,1 1 	
UNI) ACT-
Form No. 9.
Gm<it Dintrirt
Diitrict ol Rtnxe 3,
TAKK NOTICK ilut Kdwtn l�� lliem-
       iter, nl Vancouver, omiptuion broker, in*
TU Ortnt A'aglisTi flrmrdu. j lends, lo apply for permission to purdt.i*c
^.jV^.'^^^"^'!^ fnllnwiiiL'   rleaeritie.1   bia.li.   Com-
��.,,r,|   ,,      menrinn at a piwt platited at  the north-
\li%i!m^^ I e,,;. corner nl No 4 (being three   mile,
plAln 11kg. on rmnptwrlvo, A'ne imm'iM I thence noith emhiy an chain*,  ihence
J^XihlterY*" ""Satentlmmt,*. \ *����  eighty, 80,  chains thence umith
-m*m~m~^mmmmmmmmmmmm..^mm,Mm i A A." A'''. ;'':'!">��.  it.��n,,�� mi.}   ^ii.l.i..   t,\
NAYWAUD DISTRICT,
TAKE NOTICK that alttydny, ��f��.r
!�����������.'. ('har'eaiH. IHrniig*. et \\'ba\-.
town c.ir��i*�� falaml, aawunllowrr, in end
TuoVi TT11^,"\*mtM,,ll,,w!'>���������/��������� *��������*
tag tentsi i'.(iil fiirfiliore: Cuv>nienriiin "t j
a l��i��* fihwad at tht high ����for mark, I
a��ii-a�� IH-.Imlii'noith .rly Irom the S '
lV*. o. rimr ut the frae'looal 8, W. quart- i
t avr.'i n :*fi. c.rM�� laUnJ, tht-oe* tut (
"ttitf j. �� H. iithuly ibreotlrto fnlUning th*
<���*�� dor of the aliom Uiih te a i��.n,t t^���
>������"> na .4��ntlii-rly fr.ro Ihe amid ��. W ,-,*. <
��-t .1 ibe Irmiti.'ful   ����. VV   <|ii.r��*r  *���,���.
UanW, Cm f/jmUnr), an)| i>mhr��ciiig ��||
h<  fi��f��h.iui   haifiti tfiit��u  Ui hm ��'��t*r
iiara
iHfl -Ini* 'ISth, 1910.
cum  H. iritANuk     *
t ItAim in fKiint ol tninmeiueineni, containing six hundred wd forty [640) acre*
more or leva,
EDWIN l�� riUEMNKH,
Nmneof Appbiaat,
nortlie.ist corner of No 6, being four
miles mirth ol the southwest corner of
No 1, thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains
thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less..
HELEN SHANNON,
.Name of Applicant.
Dated June 4, J910.
LAND ACT.
Form No. 9,
Form of Notice.
Coast District.
District af Range a.
TAKE NOTICE that Waller Leek, 6f
Vancouver, occuoation engineer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lauds; Commencing
al a post planted at the northeast corner
oj No 4 (being three miles north of the
southwest corner ol No 1) thence north
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south So chains, thence west 80 chains,
to the point of cemmeneemenl. containing six hundred and   forty,   640,  acres,
more or.less.      WALTER LEEK,
Name ot Applicant-
Dated June 4, 1910.
LAND AOT.
Form No. 9.
Form of Notiee.
Coast Distriot, Range 3.
TAKE NOTIOE that Barton Holland, of Vancouver; occupation, ao-
oeuotaot, intend* to apply lor permission eo purobaw tbe following de>
acribod lands: Oowanenoing at a poat
planted at tho north eatt eorner ol No
12, being four miles nortb and two
miles watt oi the south west corner ol
No. 1, thence north 80 ohaioi, thence
��eat 80 obaine,lbeuoe aonth 80 ehaini*
thoooe eaat 80 chaius, to tbe point ot
oommeaoement, containing MOaoies,
more or tan.
BURTON HOLLARD,
Name ol Applicant.
Dated Jooe 7th, 1910.
LAND ACT-
Form No. 9.
r,       . mmmm*
form of notice.
Coast District Range 2.
TAKE.NOTICE that William H.
Wbalen. of Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase tbe following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted at
the north east comer of No. 6, beinif
four miles norih of the south west corner
of No. 1; thence nortb 80 cbains, thence
east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 ohains, to tbe point of
commencement, containing six hundred
tad forty acres, more or less,
WILLIAM  H. WHALEN,
Name of Applicant.
Dated June 4th, 1910.
:���'���* LAND ACT.
Form No. 9.
Form of Nonce.
Coast District.
District of Range i.
TAKE NOTlCEjhat George Wha-
len, oi Vancouver, occupation, contractor
intend- to apply for permission lo purchase   the   following   described  lands
Commencing at a post planted about om
mile west from the north west comer ol
No 2, being two miles   north   and two
miles we>t of the south west corner of No
ti thence north 80 cnains, thenca east 80
chains, thenct south 80 chains, more or
less to C. L. 3358, thence west, 80 chains
along said licence to point of commence'
infcnt, containing 640 acres, more nr less.
UEOKGE WHALEN,
Name of Applicant.
Dated June 4th, 1910.
LAND ACT.
' Form Xo. 9.
Form of Notice.
Const District Range 3.
TAKE NOTICE that Robert R. Ellis
of Vancouver, nccupation,brnk't>r, intends
to apply for permission tu purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a past plained at tlio south west corner of No. in, being two miles north antl
two miles west of the smith west comer
of No. 1, theuce north 80 chains, thence
wett 80 chains, Ihence south 80 chains,
more or less, thence cast 80 chains, to
point nf commencement, containing 6411
acres, more or less.
ROBERT I). ELLIS,
Name uf Applicant,
Dated Juiia 4th, 1910, "
LAND AC l\"
Form No. 9,
Form nf Nmice.
Coani Diitrict Range  .
TAKE NOTICK thii John O. Arm*
stiong, of Vancoiver, oicupanon, clerk,
intends to apply fur permission 10 purchase  the following described lawk���
Commencing   at  a poat planted at the
north oasi corner of No. 11, being iliree
miles norih and two miles  weat  nf the
south west corner of No. 1; ihence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
thence south 80 chains, ther.r* east  80
cluina, ta the point ol commencement,
containing 640 acre*, more ��r less.
JOHN G. ARMSTRONG,
*>"'OMi�� rtf h nulleim
Umerl %m\e \\h, toio.
LAND ACT.
form No 9,
Fnrm of Notice.
Cim��I DUirin.
District nt Range i,
TAKE NOTICE that  Helen  Shan-
nnn.of lto��tmt, wctipation mtrrini *.-���*.
iiMn, intend* 10 eoply fur permi��>n.n to
pntrh <.*e the following ifcaontie-l ��,iml*;(
CoiniH������,mg At   a   poM planted *i tbt'
LAND ACT.
t'orm Ho. 9.
Vnrm of   Noiic^
Coast Diiinci Range 3,
TAKK NOTICE thai Out rude Bo|.
Und, of Voiioonter, ueoupatioD, met-
rUd woman, Intends lo apply lor pn
mfMinn tn t nreaaaa the fnllowlsg d��-
aerihetf lendst Comm*i.elog at a pi at
t��l��o'��if al ��h�� nnrfb e����f erirnsrof Kn
11, Mar three miU�� north end  !*������
mil'i w����t oi theft W pirmrot H*
1, lh*nee north B*l ehtin*, then** ***t
HO tbt ha   Miturt ��ouiri   00 chiio*
ih��.ee we��l 80 cha'n��   to th*-""li.t �����<
co��raene��m��nt, eoni'i lug W0 arr<��.
mi rf or hat,
<tEKTRU!>EHn!UXt��
Sntna 1 I Apidlfna),
Dated June 4'l, 1810,
fiUB0OBIRR FOR THE ��BW��
ONLV ONt DOl L.VU A VKAU.
LAND AOT.
Form No. 9.
Form of Notiee.
Coast District, Range 2
TAKE   NOTIOE   tbat  John  M.
Stewart, oi Vancouver, occupation car
peuter, intends to apply fur  permission io purchase the lollowing deaonb-
ed  landst���Commencing  at a  pest
planted at the northwest oorner of No
11, being tbxee milea north and three
miles west ol the southwest oorner ot
No 1, ihence north 80 ohains, tbenoe
west 80 ohains, tbenoe south 80 chains
thence eaet 80 cbains. to the poiut oi
oommnneement, oonteiDing;640 acres,
mote or leas. JOHN M.8TEWABT,
Name oi Applioant.
Dated June 6,1910.
LAND ACT.
Form No, 9.
Form of Notioe.
Coast District, Range 2
TAKE NOTIOE (bat Alex F Brem-
ner, ol Boston, occupation engineer,
intends to apply for permission to pur*
chasa tbe followluf dt-soribed landa:���
Commnnoiug at a peat planted at the
northeast corner ol No 12, being lour
miles north end two miles west of tht-
sonthwest comer of No 1, thenoe oortb
80 ebains, thenoo east 80 chains,
tbenoe south 80 ohains, tnence weat
80 chains, to the point of commenot-
uieut, oontaiiiing 640 acros, more or
bee. ALEX F. BREMNEB.
Name ol Applicant.
Dated June ?, 1910.
LAND AOT.
Form No. 9.
Form oi Notice,
Ooast District, Range 2.
TAKE NOTICE tbat John Mora-tic, of Vancouver,occupation constructor, intends to apply for permission
to purchase tbe following d��scribed
landst-Commeecing at a poat plantid
at the northeast comer ot No 14, I r-
ing five milts north and two miles
west of tbe sooibwest eorner of No 1,
tht nee nortb 80 chains,, thence west
80 chains, thenoe south 80 ohains,
thence eaat 80 ohains, to the point of
commeucement, coutatninit 640 aorta,
more or less.=^=JOHN=MOKA.VJ0f_
Name ot Applioaut.
Dated Jnr e 6,1910.
LAND ACT.
Form No 9.
Vottn of No ioe.
Ooast District, B*nge i,
TAKB NOTICE that Joa��;b Mor-
nvio, ol Vet'cmmr, occupation eugio-
et, intends to apply foi ptru i-sion to
purchase the IoIIowIok dpsorlbt-d laude:
Cotiimt'Doing at a post planted at tbt
n rtheMt oorner ot No 14, being fite
miles north and (wo miles west of Ih*
sxQihwttst oorniW ot Nf 1, th*-tce north
80 chains, ihence earn 80 cbains,
tbenoe sou1 h 80 chaius, Ibtiuoe west 80
chains, to tbe point of commenoi-
rotol oontuTtiinw H40 anres, more or
less. JOdEPU AiORAVIO,
Name ul Applicant.
Dated June 6. 1010
LAND ACT.
Form No 9.
Form ot Notice,
Ooast Dia'riet, Range 2.
TAKE NOriOIS that William
Hainei, ot Vatiootifcr, ooonpalioo (ore
man,intends to apply lor ptrnilisior
tn purobss�� the lollowing desoaibi.il
lands;���CMinmiuclug at a pott pbtnied
althe northenst corner otllo 18, be*
Int six milfs north and two mile*
west of tht southwert oorner ol No 1,
tbenoe nortb 80 chains, throee west
80 chains, thenoo lontb 80 chains,
tbenes can 80ohains, to th* point ol
commencement,containing 010 acres.
iBoreorleei, WlLLIaM HAINE8,
Name o!*Applioant.
Deled Jons 0 1910
LAND AOT.
For n No 9.
Form ul Notioe.
Ooast Dinrioi, Range L
TAKB  NOIICE tbat Csorge 0.
Pratt, ol Vaocouvtr, coeopation  ae*
couniaul, Intfods lo apply lor  per
mils 111 to purchase the NIowIor de-
seriotd landai���Couimimi gal a pott
planti d at the nnnbeast corner nl No,
10, being si 1 mill!  nonb and iwt.
milii wtst ol tbe south west oorurr ol
No 1, tbenee uortb 80 ohains, thenee
���<s 80 ebsira.ihenoksouit 80 ohains,
i hence west 80 obeibs, lo tha point vi
0 mmsntsmsBi, eontalolng 640 tores,
more or lets. UKOIIUK 0, FKATT,
Name of Anplleaol,
Dated June fi, 1910
LAND ACT.
Form No. 3. Form of Notioe,
Coast Dlatrkt, Rauge 2.
TAKE NOTICE that Alexander MoPha��
of Vanoouver, oooupation, carpouter, iu��
taoda to apply for peraiisaion to purobase
the following described lauds-.���Comm��mu-
iagatatauoat pUnttdatthe uotth weat
corner of No. 12, being four milea north
and three milea weat of tbe mouth west ou..
ner of No.l, thenee north 80 chaina,thence
weat 80 chains, theaca soath 80 chaina,
tbenoe eaat 80 chaina, to the point uf com-
tneuoement, coutaming 940 aoien, more or
lew. ALEXANDER McPHEE,
Name 0/ Applicant.
Dated June tkh, 1U10.
LzVNC ACT.
Form No. 2.
Ceaat District,, Range 2.
TAKE NOTIOE th-t Naomi McPhee,
of Vancouver, occupation, mairied woman
inteada to apply for permission , to purchase tbe following dtecriWd landa: Com
mencuiK at a poat planted at tho nortk
west oot tier ot Nn. 14, bniog five milea
north aud three milea west if tbo losth.
west comer ut Nu.i, theoca uoith 80
chains, thence weat 80 cbaini, thenco
south 80 chains, theaoe east 80 ditiion, to
the point of euuiaiencomtvit^coutaii.iiig
040 aores, moro or 1��b��.
NAOMI MoPHEE,
Name ot Applicant.
[-D��ted-Jnn��-6th7i9i0r������������ ���
LANU ACT.
FonuNo.9.
CoastDwtriol, Range Z
TAKE NOTICK thu Lewi* J. flu 11. of
[Vsi.eonver, occupation, forennu, intends
to apply tor p< rn>i*sinu to purchase  the
following described  lands: Oonimoncing*
at a post planted at the norih t*e��t toinir
of No. 16, being ��ix inilca nurth and thren
miles west of tho south west ooruer ot No
1, thence north 80 clmhw, thenco we. t 8ft
lehaiua, thenoe annth  80chuiua, thence
eaat 80' 'ebainaj to the point uf coomeiue-
tneut, containing WO hcioi, moiecr lesa.
LEWIS J. BULL,
Nino* of Applioaut.
Dated June 6th, 1010.
   iiiiit;,.    .    ���
LANp ACT.
Furui No. O.
���v '      Form ot Notre*.
' Coaet District, Ruo|,<e 2.
TAKE NOlIvJli that Alexander J. Stuw
art, of VniKMtivor, oaupatioa, utrpenttrr
inteuda to apply for permission to pur*
olut'O the follow iug cUsetibetl k��da:���
Commencing at a pnsl planted en tlie
shire about 'Ji miUa iu a auntU oaa>
torly dirvotiou from tbe south wis. ot��
nsrof No. 1, tlunue nurtli 80 cha<ua,
tlioucs east 80 oluinn, thenoe south DO
ohilns, thance wett b0 chuius, to pniut
of uouinetuismontvootlaktiug WO scree,
mors or less,
ALKXANDKR J. STKWART,
Nnuut ot Applioant.
Date Jane 9th, 1910.
UNU AOT.
Vurm No. 9. Form ot Notice 4
UoaitDlitrM, lUugel
Lard aot.
Form No tt,
1 \ ti*;'{*".>'.'���'': ������������ ��� (.',-t', '���'
Form 01 Notioe,
Cosat Diitriet, Bentr S.
TAKK NOTICE tbsr Dave ftrn.
toe nf Vannntieer. nwinnatinn tratoher
inland* to apply for p*r&Msion to
inrchss*   tht   following   desoribed
lands?���Onirmenclng at ��� pott planted
n��ar the beaoh nt Ihe smaweel Minor
ol No ll, bsln r two ml Ist north eo<*>
three ntiht west of the soolhwrst oor
urr of No 1, tbenoe nortb 90 ebeias,
thanes wm 80 chains, thenee son it
80 ohsins, mora nr l'is to shore Hoe,
iionee     east    80    chain*      along
alinre line te point of oommerren em,
e*n tsinioi 640 eetti, tent* or Um.
Il.tVB KKHi*Ui*ON,
Nemo el Applicant.
Dntir Jtirr 0 1910
TAKHNOTICR that Rlml.rth .Tano
Smith, of Vauoutiver, occupation, nwnlod
woman, iiiteinis to npply for piriiilsslnii
to purohaae tin following ilesorlbtil laaitst
CouiWuuolug ut ik post planlod ut the
south eeiUowsr of No, 1, (hence e.tith
80 ohsins, mors or Use to share Hue, theico east 80 chaise atoi.g rortharn boumlaiy
of No. 29, Ihenor north 80 ohsins, thence
west W uhntai, to point of eonimenosoisr t,
oantaluluff 010 sor*��, mora et lest.
BLIZABKTU JANK SMITH,
Name of Applicant.
Date JnnoOtb, 1910,
IK YOU WANT
000D PRINTING
UIVK US A TRIAL
UND AOT.
Form No. 0. Feint ef Notiee,
Ovaat Ulstrist, Reagvtf.
TAKK NOTICB that David Dawson
Milor, ef Vanoouver, ooeopalion, earptn*
tsr, ialsads to apply fer twtmiaeiut* to par-
obtte the Ittllvwiug detetibad Juidai���C'"im
aieaelng at a pe��t planted at the a..oth
test eernsr of No. I, tbenee nerth 80 elialns
thteee vast 80 tl.alna, thanss south M
ohaius tbsaee east 80 shaiea, tu poiet ef
eemmeeeement, soauiaiog 6H0aerat��eit
sr baa,
DAVID IMtVKON WJLUR
Naui�� uf AiykilwauU
Deled Jeeo 9th, 1010.
FOR HALE���A   fie*   roomed
honst-ifm half lot. For farther jar-
tt'ctthrg npjitjr af tf\te offlb).
FOU  HALE-ftnitfti  Vttmier
T?i*writei in  |fwiwl w��ifr.   OmA
$m.w win vii r..r fpTttim. Ap
j.ly nt tltif ��Uk��. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  (3  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notioe.  Coast Diatriot,   Range 2.  TAKB NOTICE that William F. Smith,  of Vanoouver, occupation, carpenter, in-  tenda to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:���������Commencing at a poat planted at the north east cor.  ner of No. 1, tbenoe north 80 chains, thance  east 80 chaina, thence south 80 chains,  thence weat 80 chains, to point of commencement, containing 640 acre*, more or  I'eas..' WILLIAM F. SMITH,  | Name of Applioant,  bated June 9th, 1910.  [# LAND ACT.  |f Porta No. 9. Form of Notice.  ^l Coast Diatriot,  Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE! that Margaret McKiv-  r, uf Vaofourer, occupation, married wo-  can, intends to apply for permission to pur  hate the following deauribed lands:���������Com-  nanoing at a poat plauted at the north eaat  orner of No. 3, being two milea north and  ne mile east of the aouth weal ooruer of  Jo. 1, thence nortb 80 chaina, thenoe eaat  0 cha<n<i, thenoa aouth 80 chain*, thonce  [vest 80 ohiim, to the point of commence-  aont, ooutaiuing GIO acres, more or leat,  MAUWAUKT McKIVOR,  ���������    ' Name of Applioant.  ila'oil June9.h, 1910.  BEER    BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  BREWERY BEER  Drink   U   B.C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      .     FOR   SALE  BT     -     -  Walworth-Rolston Go.  Ltd  1020 Westminster. Ave.,  Vancouver, Be C.  LAND ACT.  'orm No. 9. Form of Notico.  Coaat District, Range 2.  TAKB NOTICK that-Annie Higham, of  Vancouver, uwiupatimi, married wouiau, in  oi da to apply for permiaaion to purohaae  lie following deauriln.d landa:���������CommeuC'  ug at a poat planted at the north eaat onr-  |ier of No,6, being three miles north and  nt mil* eaat of tha eoutb w������st eorner of  o. 1, thence 80 chaina north, thenoe 80  haina eaat, thenoe 80 chaina aouth, thence  0 chaina weat, to the point of commeoce-  nmt, containing 040 acres, more or leas,  ANNIE HIQ1IAM,  Name of Applioaut.  )ut������d Juno 9th. 1910.  3  ������������������  (/orm No  >  9.  LAND ACT^  Form of Notice,  ���������pn  ��������� i  B  J?  J  Pt  !  0  0  g  s  <  a  a  w:   _���������  ������ Q *S  bint a  < ������*  <       id  3 US  1������ 8  13 ������  ������ : d  ���������*     n  2  - 8  *    *j   w  .   if .9  ���������*   -r  . m  c  ������  Coaat Diatriot, Range 2.  k TAKB NOTICK that Maggie Armatrony  :-t Vancouver, oeoopatiou, married woina n  i itenda to apply for pormiaeson to purohaae  She folUwiiia deaoiibed laadat���������Comtneno-  pg at a poat planted a* the north eaat cor-  |er nf No. 7, being four milea north aud  ne mile eaat of ths anuth weat corner uf  |To. 1, thence uorth 80 chaina, theuoe eaat  lit) chaina," theuce south 80 ohaius, tlience  reat 80 chaina, to the point of ootumenee-  nanl, containing 0*40 acres, more or leas,  ] MAUG1K ARMftTKpNG,  Name of Applicant,  j)������tod June 9th, 1910,  $B    ���������  * S  * s  SS ffl    .  O  c>  *2 \ *  tA  5 v.  K   < >  ���������*- 1 =3  ��������������� ��������������� o  ������ \- H  m-*> O  aag  W ������ w  o  o  a  ���������8-  a  *.  a , -  wi    * -  U m  It  2 **  .3    tm,  ���������rt      mm  a   ������  6    9)  -3  ��������� J  *��������� t  *% **  B %  m*      X  Ul '*  '&> S  ���������c >  ? Ji  ml   O  *a  a  *  be  a  m  ���������E  I  t.  9)  0.  o  o  H  00  I-  ti  MADE IM CANADA  Use Only the Best  |\ Always tlio sntne, and just as  Ijooil as ever. Tho "Grand Duke"  l%ar.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  belonging to tlie "Wellington Colliery Oo'y., or from or off the land  of the said'Company, will be pros-  edited to tlie full extent of tlie law.  W. h. COULSON,  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way cars of the Union Colliery  Company by any person or per-  inns���������except tain crew���������ii< strictly  proh?Mted. Employees nre sub-  ;pc to lijsmissul tor allowing  8am-  By order  W. L.  COULSON,  General Manager.  A cup of BOVRIL it a fine  tonic in any season, but it is  valuable in many other ways.  A Httle added to Hashes  and Stews greatly improves  their food value. Trvitwhea  wanning Canned Meats.  BOVRIL  W  CUMBERLAND & UNION  WATEli WORKS CO., Ltd.  NOTICE.  .  Sprinkling will be allowed only  between tlie hours of 7 to $ in the  morning and from 7 to 8  in  tbe  evening.  Leaky taps niust be attended to  at once.  Any change* or additions to existing piping must be sanctioned  by the company!  A. McKxigut,  Malinger.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  D:stri(U of Coast, Range 2.  takk notice that FrftDl; Hinks-  man, ot Vancouver, B. C, wood  merchant, intend* to apjily for yei-  mission to purch������:Hu ihe' follow iug  described luicii-: Commencing at ���������.  post plattteti abou'4j ud,es north  and 1 mi������ euat of iim .-.un;r.tr.r''  corner of CL 335S, thence scii-)- -i������)  chuius, tlieuce frust 80 chaiiu',  thence north 40 chnins, il.t'ii-;*.! ease  80 chains, to pc-i-i ofcoiunic������aci������ei.'i.,  coiuaiuing 320 ecres moie or   ic*3S.  KHA.NK K1KK8MAK.  DatcM July 28th, 1910.  Almost New  MOTOR  CAR ..  "BARGAIN  A model ten, 4 cylinder Buick  Automobile, carries four passengers, is complete with top, glass  front; lull set of head, sido and  tail lamps, and other equipment.  This car has not run over 2,000  miles, is in A 1 shape, Cost over $1,400,  Owner will taka $1000 for.  Thos. PLIMLEY  1 no Gov,t Street, Victoria, B.C.  t5!P Opposite Spencers  ffrmj-Xmmmwmm+nmmi  '      O.H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  :  S.Sa"L]THIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G.LI. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox.B. C.  ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR  MAKES  BEST BREAD,  Milled in Vancouver.���������Patronize  Home Industry.  The following are the winning  numbers for August   for Royal  Standard Flour:���������  Aod all KITCHEN    UTENSILS  LAND IlKGISTliY ACT.  ,1������ THK MATTER of un application for a Duplicate Certificate  of Title to part of Section One,  , Comox District  NOTICK Is hureby givfn that il  my intention at thn nxpiraiion  on������ month from the duic of the  nt publication licroot to issue a  uplicate Carlitioitie of Title to  live land inmed to John NaptUto  ddings on the 30:li day of July  96 and numbered 2276c  J. 1������. MitLKOD,  Dopmy RtRinlrar General,  .nd Rtifdiirjr Ofllo*, Victoria, B.C,  ni 13lh day of June 11)10.  >���������* wai in iiiii a ���������    ISatisfwJlon ��������� Uuy ft "Grand  like1* tllll hnvo SHtiafaollon. Un-  nude, hnnd mado,   nnd mndo  lm clear Havana Filler,  k*0  Is the Standard Article  READY FOR USE  IN ANY QUANTITY  For tnaWnjr soap, ooftonlng wa>  tor, ratnoviiiiT old paint, dialnfo������t������  Intr aiukt,, cloaote, drains and for  many othor nurpocca. A saa  Muals S.H iba. SKh SODA.  iSotd EfnywAtr*  E W. CILLETT CO, LTD.  1 orantv, Ont.  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  FAIRFIELD  |  Z STORE ~1  J. JACK,   Piiop. t  WATER NOTTOB.  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in tbe Division of  Comox District.  (a) Tliti name, addresa aud occupation  of the applioant is William Aleisnder  Mstbewiou, nf Comox District, British  Columbia, Fnrmor  (b) Tbe name of tbe lake, stream  or source (if unnamed, tbe description is) Three Spring*, known na AiatUew-  son's Spring.!, sitnate on Wuction Six, Ci-  mox Diatriot,  (c) The point of diversiou is direot from  houico or Springs.  (d) The quantity of water applied for  (in cubic ftet per ate nil] 0.056 cubic feat  per around.  (e.) The character of tbe proposed  works    I  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvary conveitionre for gueitB.  Ths Cental Hotel for Bportsmon  Nnnn but thn llest of Wines and Uquon  At the Mar.  RATB8 REASONABLE  John Johnston.    Prop  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits nud Tobacco.  Vancouver Ice Cream,  Dunemulr Avo, Cumberland  75554   98519  54383   91111  85588  83073 79256  36393 42176  93001  is*    *********    aaaataia*    sttsai  Ib'OIt SAI-E-A Ford Run.  Init Antitnobila, 15-18 Uoraw-  |vor 4 cylinder, all Nowly paint.  1 ney iyert, aud ovary tiling com*  jted:.prlca $700.00, Apply to  lit. iluliTintoii, Courtetiny llotol,  r1    *  lj,      i<..������lk  |io(������J impairing.  t������*  A IUO  I'm*  -IH* 11^  NUTICK TO THK VV))U0.  Having built a Urn* wnrohouao and mill  at (Jotirlsnsy, I will lu future koop nn  luml s aloek of all kind* of Hay, OmIii,  ittulFdi'd st lowest roarkpt ratns, A  specialty will bo mads et roMnr crusliod  lead fur hursts which will make a ssvliitf  of 00s third Id the 00������t nf teed. OrJara  Rlisn tbo teamster or liy plmns wilt be  prompil)'(Iliad. Tlmnkliitf ynu for ymir  p������tr< osa������ In tba P*"t and anlioitina ��������� eon  tiutlanoeof thssaoia on bruidur linss, 1  beg to ren.aU  Yonrs ta cotnmnud,  v-xnor, ciiAwroni).  P.  Dealer in  Ahh KINDS OF  :: Fruit, Candy Cigars  :;Cigarettcs& Tobacco.::  Honora Hlock,  ���������JUMHERUND, 1WJ.  (f.) The promises on which the wa-  ter is to be used (describe same)  Suction Six, UoniuxDUnut, Jlruiab Columbia,  aid the North wist 3J aores A  Section Kiglit, Coniox Diatriot afnreaid.  (g.) Tbe purposes for which tbo  water is tn he used U u.ft-tio purp as������.  (h) If for irrigation describe the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acrengs............    ..... ............ ..,  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  mmm*am**em  In the matter of an application for  for a Duplicate Certificate of  Title to Lots 11 antl 12 Block  A [map 522 B) Town of Cum  .  liferland.  NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN  tbat it jb my intention at the expiration of ono month from the dnte  of the first publication hereof, to is-  file a Duplicate Certlffcaie of Title  to Baid lands issued tb John Went-  wood on llm 7lh day of AurupI  1695 and nnmhored 814 C.  Land Registry Office, Victoria,  B.C.  Tho 23rd day of AuRUHt 1010.  8. Y. WOOTTKN  Ronicirnr General.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Cons', Range 2.  TAKE NOTICK thnt Pnroival  James McLaughlin, of Vancouver.  B,C , rancher, intends to apply for  permission to purchaee the following described lands: Comtocncing  at a post plunted about 5 miles  DOrtb and 2 toilet) east of tho south  ������ast corner of CL 3358, thencenorth  80 chain*, tbenee wost 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains, thence enBt  80 chains, to post of commencement  containing 640 acres, more or less.  PERCIVAL JAMBS McLAUGHLIN  Dated July 27th, 3910.  NOTICE is ia hereby given that at tho  next meeting of the Board of Lioenao  Commissioners of the City of Comber-  land, I intend to apply for a transfer o  the wholesale liquor license held Ly mo  on lot 3, blook 2, to block 15, lot 6, Cumberland Townsite.  CIALI MU&SATTO.  Dated this 9th day ot August. 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  ____Diatrict--of.Coit������!,-Ra n ge-2.  TAKE POTICE that Westley  Evert Westley, of Vancouver, B.C.,  jalasterer, intends to adply for permission to purchase the following  described hinds,���������Commencing at a  poat'plan ted about'5 miles north  and 2 miles ea.nt of the southtnst  eornor of CL3358, thence Bouth 80  chains, (hence entit 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains, thencn west  80 chainp, to poet, of commencement, containing 640 acre i, inor* or  less.  WESTLV EVERT WK-STLKY.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  Goto  Jotouly ii it a nice mild  iVi������. Hnt the *f}rnwl n^1k���������*,,  ret haa all tltoac ticct*ssaiy  Uities which give no macli  Ufnction to the irooker.  Irlrcrtlarira will confer a favor  jbringing in 'heir ads. not later  |t Monday, aa tlii*  will etmhko  printer*, to insert it in the  i'mim on the following Trm*  Ad in the  lys.   Try it  News  UNION S. S. CO., of H.C. Ltd  WteVt-fml aeHee between VancoiiTer,  hhnaiuio. UmiMi. Cfinuw, >ty ibe  sUal Clyde built twin totem  uteaintt "COWICHAN"  Manias'aa nader���������  Uate* Vanoonrar, Saturday H a ������  Arrlww STansimn. ftlnrdny 15 pm  Arrifta UbI������������, Nnwiay dim  Armra Comns. Manday Han  BatuimlBif:���������  Ittete* Cnmmt, Henday 4 f. m  h**ran Va.<*������ bnnAay Spsa  Arti*** 3*������*el������A. Msnaday 11 f m  Attittee Vaeerntmer Wontta* 7am  MlafvlNves  ���������ry a������nday nwvtt  ICHAMf Md Ml*** 0*������������>wlw^ H������������������l  st I pm, re*mttia������ eMt mtmet  V*um  JOHN McLEODS  HOR K1B������T.ULA������>*  CANI>Y, FBWITH,  OKURH * TOBACCOS  (i.) If tbe water< ia to be uaed for  power or  mining   purposes describe  tbe place where  the water it to bt  returned to    some  natural channel,  and the difference ln altitude between  point of diversion and point of  re*  turn ......... ......... .)������.,*..* ......... ..........    ...*..*..��������������������������� .**....  .....���������������.  (J.)Aroa of Crown land intended to  be owiiplod by the proposed works*  tiamst*    i>i(niii    imsisim    itamtit    ssi*!*t*l    ***������ia(is  (%,) Thla notice vita ported on tho  tilth day nf Spplambor, MHO, and appl os-  tion will be m*de t��������������� tlm V mmiialoiieron  iba 'ifi'lt dny or On nl i������r, mill  1.) Give tbe names nnd addrceacH  of any ripnrlan proprletora or licon*  sesa tiho or whose lands nre likely to  be affected by the proposed works,  ���������fiber above or below tb* outlet:  Now.  (8i������naturs)   W. A, WATIIKW80N,  (V. 0. atldresa)   Ouiiio.r, II. C,  NOTICE is horebv given that 80  daya after date I inted to apply to  the Hon, tho Chief Commissioner of  Lundu and Works for a license to  prubpoot for coal and petrnlntim tin*  der the landa in Nel*nn   District,  Vanoouver Inland, described at foi*  lows:��������� Commencing nt a    post  p'n<ed on the womI boundary line of  the ild Baynes Sound Leas..*, about  SO chamt from tho northwest corner  of raid Lease,  timer*  proooodiiig  south 80 chnins, thonce niat 40  O'.aitiH moro or Ww tu thp west hmin-  dary line of Suction 1, ihence nor:li  65 chain* follotviui; inid wost hotiri-  dnry lino of Station 1 to the north-  west corner uf Section 1, thunmi weet  S!0 cliiins, llii'iHi*;' uor'h lb cli*iiiu.  thente weal 20 chains raotu or leea  tn ini'.ial p.dut.  K.A.OAKPAVn]tWOir,  K. I'flw, AK'Dt.  Dstud Ibis 2lat day of Siptmlxir, 11)10.  COAST JiAND DISTRICT,  Diatriot of Coail, Runj^ 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Krmui At-  kinfl, of Vancouver, 1! C., oneupa  lion tinnnith, inloixlt to apply f������r  permission to purchsno the following described lands: Commcndo*  at n post planted about 5 mi leu  north and 2 miles oant of tho fouth-  onfit comor of C L 3358, thonce  south 80 clniw, thencn wont 80  shsiiir, thonce north 80 clinum,  thenco east 80 chainw lo post of  cominenooinent, containing C40  aerei, more or lssi,  ERNKdT A'i'KINo  Dal������d July 27th, 1010.  NOTICE  Kvcry Monday mid Tuesday I  will be in town to deliver Pre*h  Htrfter end nil kinds of Vegetable*  and     111 so  v\\ clit-aji.  (Kiintut**;  wil]  Cmn Ykuk,  Sandwick,  wvnew.  Any person or persona wish-  lit); tu ait any fallen timber 011  City Park lota are at  liberty to  t      ,     1 r . 1    ���������  wa-     ..---��������� .v..-^-v   ShkkUv .wi     ...v..  own use Any standing timbet  intmt not be cut or destroyed  Any peraon found dumping gar-  bagc ou *aid jxtrk lots will he  prosecuted. Ry order of thc ('tiy  Council.  A.  JilcKlNNON,  Seeietary.  City HaH, Aug., 19th, 1910  NUl'ICK Irtlirruliy Riven that SO 'liiyn  after data I intonil lo apply to tlio Hon.  <  attvrm  K, C. Rmdf. dealer in  Ubkwf������rt,vttt������rkw4 e������-|tnd ranjrea; alao plumbing  and  irwlato������ arntat������(��������� (H������w. pjjr fifths mu, <rt*nernl repair*  I ing.   U*m\ Agem tor tbe Oliver  jTypewiiirr.  8������'������* C Q. Hvfirnve. 11 ynu want  a ri>������"������. Organ, Rrwing Mai'ldne,  afgnd tor nil *������rls nf mnriral ia  strnn' nt** C*������������i������i'������a-rUn������l. B. ("..  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Const, Range 2.  TAKK NOTICB that Jnmea  HcrvoyFee,of Vancouver, B.C.,  occupation loitmitor, intends to apply for permission to purchfiHe (he  following dwcribwl land*: Commencing at a post planted about 5  milts north and 2 iiiilei east of tho  southeaat c<irni*r nf OL 3358, th������-iic������  nortb 80 chainr, ihence cist 80  chains, Iheneo imulh Hicham*,  thepwi wnst f-Ochflinfi In post nf  commencement,   contuthing    filO  1 ne������ mm 0. mruiaann'r id Umls ami 1 acr������s, morn or less.  Wotksi-.'.. I'~uim t- ,*..������.(������,-ntot Mm} A JAMKH IIKRVRY KEK.  ��������������� .olaitm ander and mi Wis lands in K-l    *HX(j(\ Ju,   27th, IU10,  aon Diatrlot. Vao������M>o������e������ Islaad and n������~  cril>ed ss follow*:���������Commencing a  a imat |������lawd on tit* meat bmindir?  liti* uf the old iiitynea Sound Ua",  nbout 80 chain** from the northwest  corner post of ihe Bay nee  Hound  Lea**, proceeding the er dongiaid  boundary line nortb 80   rhain>  inore or \*n to tbe n������riHiwe*'t cnrn������ r  of old Bayitft Sound Lfac^, thente  o*$t 4.rj chains nmre or lm t������ V ���������������  ���������>f������������ern ftnundary af ate*   ���������pnl"d  f���������r by  C  Caresr  flili������*>n. tbrnre  smith  W chainp, thciic* w������*t 'ib  chdns, tbenee soulb  Sl������ ������ha������fia  ihenee mart 20 ebain*. i������ i������i*.������l  p n*.    Hf.CARKVt GfUHiK.  ier BPfl������>i, at������������pi.  dated September 21*% 1910  rtxwr t \vti n������KTptr'T  Di.irictof Coasf, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Richard J>  Lawsi.n, 01 Vancouver, B.C,,geniI������-  man, IritHnls lo apply for |wrmi-  ���������ion to pun !.are U.c follow ing de*  crihed Umi-:   Cnmrni-ncing at a  jiost tlantad ahcul 7 milef  no'tb  ������nd 2 milee mat of the  soi.lbea������t  forr.r of Cf# .W������8,ibi������ii������ia..iiib K>  rh.una,    thance e������������l  80   ehain������,  ���������l"fn*r������ nt.rih a^ebain". ihmreee I  w ctiaiit^, to post ������.f coromcnromant  'cn-nttiitdtif^-frt <crM. %"Aroe ot i*ia.  S RICH A R l������ D I KKbOV.  > D������M JuU 17th, ISItk  i THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  If You Want to be Sure of Quality  Buy  C. C. JAMES ON TENNYSON.  TEA FOR THE GUARD.  Ontario's Deputy Minister of Agricul  ture Is an Author.  Mr. C. C. James, the Deputy Min  !, The  i  ALWAyS LOOK FOR THIS  TRADE   MARK  Medicinal and Toilet Preparations  You certainly take no chances when  you buy any toilet article or medicinal  preparation which bears the name NA-  DRU-CO and this trademark.  Aa aoon na you ace "NA-DRU-CO"  you can be absolutely certain that the  article ia the very beat.  The National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited, has spent thousands of dollars in perfecting this  line of over 125 NA-DRU-CO preparations.  The formulas are the best known to medical science.  The purity and strength of the ingredients are assured by rigid tests.  The compounding is done by* expert chemists, who are thoroughly  qualified for a work so vital to your health.  Knowing that'everything has been done to make them right, we  guarantee, positively and unreservedly, each and every NA-DRU-CO  preparation, lf you find any one unsatisfactory we want you to return it  to the druggist from whom you bought it and he will refund your money.  Ask your physician or druggist ill about the NA-DRU-CO line. They  are men of standing in your community, worthy of your confidence, and  in position to tell you, for we will furnish to any member of either profession, on request, a full list of the ingredients in any NA-DRU-CO  preparation.  Festivities   W*re   Conducted   on  Strict Military Lines.  While looking for pirates along the  istor ol Agriculture for Ontario, who j Chinese coast, Admiral John Moresby  is erodiU'd with having added mil- j encountered some strange Adventures  lions to the agricultural wealth of j ,uui some that, were ludicrous. One  this province hy wheedling farmers ! of hk experiences he describes in  into tin* gradual adoption of progress- j "Two Admirals."  siviv and enlightened nu'naures in, When visiting the mandarin of Tien  nsriciiltiirtf, is also well-known as a | Paeh, he with his blue button, robes  bibliuj.hili*. He has perhaps the fin- \ and attendants, I with our paymaster,  est collection of Canadian volumes , gunner und a guard of ten murines  of v-.ts... extant and his collection of j ami a sergeant, tea was offered to us  Ter.nysonianu is also��������� most complete, | iv.id accepted as a matter of course.  Mr. .lames h;us lately added to the | Then, in an access of politeness, the  volume of literature relating to tho I attendant proceeded with the tea to  i*reat Laureate a little publication of j the guard, stiffly drawn up in the  his own  in   pamphlet -form  contain-"(''courtyard, the men with rifles shoul-  j dered.  The sergeant looked round distract-  NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tableta  Curs sour stomach-heartburn���������flatulence  ���������indigestion���������chronic dyspepsia.  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafera  Stop a headache in 30 minutes.  Contain no harmful drug.  NA-DRU-CO Talcum Powder  3 kinds���������Violet -Rose-Flesh Color.  Gems of refreshment and refinement.  NA-DRU-CO     Laxatives  Act without any dlsccmfort. ,,  Increased doses not needed. *  NA-DRU-CO   Baby   Tableta  Relievo Biby's Ills.   Especially  valuable during teething.  NA - DRU - CO   Tooth   Paate  Cleanses throughout���������prevents decay  ���������makes tne teeth beautifully white.  National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited  Wholesale Branches at:  Halifax���������St. Jolin���������Montreal���������Ottawa���������Kineston���������Toronto���������Hamilton  London���������Winnipeg���������Regina���������Calgary���������Nel������on���������Vancouver���������Victoria.  40  Had to Come to I't !    ' Everything in Keeping ,���������  ���������ia-thouah^-BtuuilMi^Jhc   aviator_T_ _Hc���������May 1 have the'pleasure of this  was a 'prohibitionist?"-"   ���������.' " ' dance vntirymf    -������������������-��������� *   "Guess  nut'.      Anyway,  he  took  a'    !?he���������Certainly, hut it must bo very  drop in New'Jersey." j slow, as I: have, just gone into niouni-   1:  i ing.���������Frou-Frou.     -,-��������� ���������'-.������������������  ing two papers, "A Tennyson Pil-  Krinitige," and "Tennyson, the Imperialist." Tho first named paper  was tho result of a little journey of  homage to the poet's English haunts,  that Mr. James made in 190!), the  centenary of Tennyson's birth. The  second paper, deals with a phase of  the poet's career not generally familiar, Tennyson, Mr. James points  out, was one of ihe earliest Imperialists of the type, with which we are  familiar to-day. Not .the least interesting part of the little brochure  are the extracts from Lady Tennyson's diary showing that as early as  1ST0 the laureate was an advocate of  colonial conferences in England and  declared "How strange England cannot see her true policy lies in, a  closer union with the colonies." His-  indignation over an editorial in The  London Times, published in 1872, suggesting the probability of the separation of Canada from Great Britain,  as a not undesirable contingency,  was intense. He s?opped the press  to include a reference to it in the  dedication of "Idyls of the King,"  which was addressed to Queen Victoria.    The allusion ran: (,.\  "And that true North,   whereof ' we  lately heard  A strain to shame us���������'keep you to"  .,' yourselves,  So loyal is too costly! friends, your  love .. i.  Is but-a   burden; break   the   bonds  and go!'  Is this the tone of Empire���������Here the  faith ���������  That made us   rulers?   This   indeed  her voice  _And    meaning,   whom   the   roar'  of  >()]>��������� for guidance; he had no precedent for a tea party on duty. The  men stared with cool contempt at the  spoonful of acid tea.  Fearing lest a refusal might, be an  affront, I hastily said, "Sergeant, let  the meli take it."  He looked at me for an instant with  a long, horrified look of remonstrance;  then, stepping to the front as if drilling, he gave the word:  "Order arms! Ground arms! Take  the cuns!   Drink the tea!"  Like" Wordsworth's "forty, feeding  like one," they grasped the cups and  with a single gesture emptied them  down their throats.  Next came the stately commands:  "Return the cup! Take up arms!  Shoulder  arms!"  It was done. The sergeant was himself again; he felt he had been equal  to the occasion, and I stifled my 'unseasonable laughter in a cough and a  handkerchief.  No better cigarette the world over than  I  Wait  For  the Collector  In "giving the devil his due"  Be caretul or else you will rue it.  Just wait till the bill comes to you.  Don't go to the devil to do it.  ���������Catholic Standard and Times.  An Oil for All Men.���������The sailor, the  soldier, the fisherman, the lumberman, the out-door laborer and all who  tire exposed to injury and the elements will find in Dr. Thomas' Eclec-  tric Oil a true nnd faithful friend. To  ease pain, relieve colds, dress wounds,  subdue lumbago and overcome rheumatism,  it has  Would Feel at Home Here  "German prisoners ate fed met four  times a year."  "How can his majesty the Geezer  afford it?"  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that  Contain Mercury,  as mercury will surely destroy the  sense of smell and completely derange  the whole system when entering it  through the mucous surfaces. Such  articles should never be used except  on prescriptions from reputable phy-  GENERAL HAMILTON.  all  nations  under  An Originator  Dick-There's one thing about Lou. i WHEN BABY'S LIFE - |  ise, she never repeats u.oxiM   about: jj tf0ST IN  DANGER;  her women, friends. i , I  Ethel���������Repeats!    No,    indeed;   she,    Summer   is   the   season   when   the <  starts them���������Boston Tronsoiipt. i mother finds it most difficult to keep    | ln-r little oi,\es ,well.    The complaints  Mildred���������"Since our engagement that allliet the babies during the hot;  George has been perfectly devoted to summer, months come on so quickly;  me. Do you think he will continue tojimd so unexpectedly that often it is,  love tne when I am old?" 'too   late   before   tho   mother   realizes:  Clarice-'Really, dear,  I can't say; that her  baby  is anything but well, j   uut you'll soon know." In summer the mother should make ti,   :  j special  effort to  keep baby's bowels:  Minard's   Liniment Cures  Garget  In  regular and his little stomach sweet;  Cows. \nixd   pure,   for   this  is  the  secret  of  .  I successfully warding off those danger, j  "You know the fate ol the pitcher I "um summer complaints. The mother |  that goes to the well to often." "Go-! will find n great' frimd. in Baby's;  ing to the well never hurt a pitcher Own Tablets, during the hot weather,;  vet. It's going to the eorner million1 These Tablets rcgulat". tlie bowels,,  that semis him hack to the bush Sweeten the stomach and thus ward  leagues,"���������Philadelphia Ledger, i "I? or euro cholera infantum, dim*.,   -��������� ! rhoea, colic, vomiting, etc.   Mrs. Win.  An  Easy  PHI to Take.���������Some per- Sinclair,    Bonaventtite   River,   Que.,  pons have repugnance to pills hecr.use  writes; ���������  "I  can    highly    recommend;  of their nauseating l.itstu.   I'lirmelee's  Unity's Own Tablets,   us   they linvo.  Vegetalilevl'ill-s nre ho prepared as to; 'lone my bnby much good."   Sold hy  make them agreeable   to    the   most; medicine dealers   or   hy mail nt. 25;  fastidious.    The most    delicate    can : cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  take them without feeling the ti*vul-, Medicine. Co., Brockville, Out.  Hion Hint follows the taking of ordin-,  ury pills,   This is one renmii foe t-ho:    Beginner (wrntlifnllyl���������"Look here,  popularity of    thi^c celebrated  pills.   I'm  tired  of  yuur laughing   tit    my  nut   the 'nuiiti   reason   is   their  high1 game,   If 1 hear any more impudence,  ioiiieal quality as a medicine for tlie fi'.im you  I'll crack    you    over    tlie  Rtotniich, ihend," |    Cuddle���������"All right; hut I'll bet yer  Trying to Satisfy Him   ��������� ; don't know wliut'H tlie right eluh to do  "(li'iieie, what in it your father sees  it with."  in   Hie  tlmi   he  nl.j.'Cts  to?" ���������     (li'ii.-i..    (drying   11��������� ��������� r   loirs) ��������� lie     ]]ow doth the 1 itttc busy bee lm-  ilo.'Mi't see anything, and thai, is why  prove each shining minute, by gnyly  he i.l.j.-i't.-. hulling round tin* hiv'e and eating nil      ! that's  in  it!���������.Ion  Cone,   Bo ton  lier-  ',,!.!  Hougomontf" "~  Left   mightiest of  Heaven?  What shock' has fooled her since that  she should speak  So    feebly?      Wealthier���������wealthier-  hour  by hour!  The voice of   Britain,   or a   sinking  land,  Some tbird-rate isle half lost among  the seas?  Thero rang her voice, when the, full,  city peal'd  Thee and Thy Prince; The loyal to  their crown  Are, loyal,to, thoir own far sons, who  love  Our Ocean Empire with her boundless homes."  MIN Mill's I.IXIMKNT CO., Limited.  liellllellie'l     I   have  W-etl   MINAIIM'S  LINIMKVI   mi m.v  w-sel and iu  my  fnii.il*   l..r   -..���������in.,   and   (or   the  every    '/ ','"  day   ill-  nnd   ac-id-n>  of  l.'.e   I   eon    ' -11" '"   -  filler   ll    llll-    lm   rqiMll.  I   Vi.III.I   tint   -tiill  ..ll  II   VilVHge  Willi  out it, ll "it i'"-t ii di'llai i) UotMe,  I'll'T. I'. I!   DI'.SI MUUM.  Behi.   ',stm Im-,'   Si,   An Ire,   Kiiui-iur  ii.-ka.  Tho  Bowels Must Act Healthily.��������� ,  In   iim-!,  aillii.-iiU    lh"    llr.d   cure  of  the   nn dieal   iiiiiii   is  tn  see  tllllt  the  linwels lire open nud fully perfiiriiiilifj*1  their  fi'llctiniln.     I'll! IIH'lee'S  Vegetable.  i fniiipiiiiiidi'il thai ci'i'iiiin  inui'e.|i''iits iu them net on tin* bevels  s'lh-ly nnd they are   tlie   very   bed  i heme lU'iiihihlf lo prndiiee healthy  iielii.ll nf the bowels,    Indeed, there is  in.   nihil'   specific   Hi      set Vil'I'llllle      ill  keeping    the    digest ivo      organs    in  healthful action.  Alfalfa lor Horaet  According to the  infi.nin tion gain-  " . I   hv   tic   Khii-oh   Agriciilliiral   Cn|-  1 -c m.iii- null; mid -ill lo Iirichteti   |,u���������,/,m,| detailed on a bulletin on the  Ln.*-,  It'-   .;.->'   tn   | ,'  lei|iiu i i   in.   i,i--li  \ j-i I   he. Illl'ie   |l  ���������Sen dmi't ���������ind ativi.i.dv kicking I'nr  *ii   )-  F..r ii  .- didn't till  Wllleli.  .jt,,'-    ,1   bile1,,  lb.- time to Ink" hin  boims /  ftl I ft EY  X6ntf  i\U& TMfi<!  r\<W  W. N. U., No. 807.  ul.'.vl, there hci-iiis In be mi ullnnsl  universal   otiinion nnuuig   horsemen,  uni e-pecially iimiitig those thnt urn  t.iising heavy hnrs...-., thnt, no glass  or ei.tiiliinntioii  of gnoses eiitinls  nr  eVell    ll|i|,|i||iel|e,    Ihe    Vllllle   I.f   llllillfll  is ii pu.tiiri' for lmrses,    It, is nuiiti*;  ���������        '     . '     i   ,    ;.,.  ..f vi,-"' it ho* no oi'iutiL n*4 it will fur.  Ill'll s." Ulliell lllure leeil per acre in,ui  nny   other   iiriiss.     ll   will   nm  only  piis'iuc mnr<* horses, hut it will pro-1  ditce ImmcH ol iifnter wi-igln, largiTi  Imiiei,   nnd    atnuigcr   iiiUscIi-k.     "\.  I.ni-.  Ilinl   ItllM   been   leal'.'d   ill   llll   111-'  Ian,.  |.,isi me me.  ,, ,i ,.   .,������-,,   , u ,.,.,,  ,,,  iilf'ilfa   pasture  till  winter,"  say-  the  hull.-lilt,   "makes     .('ie     of   the' fhie-t,  b.,i*,e-   to   he   found   iii   any   market  I'ldny.    'I',.   prndiii'i'   ti  hi-r������e    ol    thei  Ingli  -I   type,  with  the  el. nict   hntie,'  the    be,|    ileVelllped    IflllS. le,    Hie    best,  t. ni|i ramept  nnd  the  gr. nt.-.t  itelinii,  i-",  ',i, i..tn,;; re . ; ; .���������, ! te-  ii e 1,  and  in  no otlur Jeci| ran  tins  ��������� ��������� I' i > 1    element       i.f      1.1.1 . i t i", tl  ,, ' ',, uply nnd ������i nl.ne I .h.'l- -in.,  pll'd ll:' it call bv le.dhiL' alfidfil,  I .,, i, ������i .i,(>rf������aftil pr.'dae, . ,,? l���������,t)|  'eave alii ludlt Imr--*.- nr 1 . ( i v ������|s.  ,,,i .tlf.i'.C.i i xteiisively in !l��������� -i, V.!m|���������  iii- III   of their VOIIIItf III.I ���������< -      ll     V'allle  i f en- |.ii:|hm������ ia not ri'-ciju,/,, ,| hv  ���������'���������     i:  i.   .     t *.[��������� i*   A *,  ,    ��������� .f V  ������������������.ing Kuh*ms iilfilU.i-gr.ii'-1. hi.|*������. a,  . a-t.-rii breeder*, where iillalf.i C'lnnfif,  I- g'ovii, are Hi'tiding their -'..Itw to  K.f - . Atdht. fi,\\. tt, !, ,I,V, top.  ;.d ii   tie y u.tild not Im1 tit ieliir  G3neral French as a Boy.  General Sir John French ha3 left  Canada after an almost end-to-end inspection of her soldiers. But one bet  ho overlooked, and it was a good bet  too. In the route of his march the  headquarters stuff at Ottawa forgot to  mark u stop-over at nny of the camp3  in tho Province of Quebec. Montreal  officers are somewhat mystified at this  apparent neglect and. during tho dny  or two that ho remained ii. the city,  before sailing tor homo, several diplomatic attempt* were tiiiide to find  out from the gonoral himself what  reasons wero given for- not allotting  him suflloiont time to look ovor the \  cavalry nt Fiirnliiim and tho infantry  nt Threo Rivers nnd Levis.  "Thnt's a conundrum," replied tho  general laughingly, when the question  was put to him point blank. "And,  speaking of conundrums," continued  he, "I never could get, ttint word  straight, much less fnimo up an answer to one, Cucumbers, cuinhororu  and conuiidriiiiia all looked alike to  me when 1 wan ft hoy.  "As you probably know 1 am tho  only boy in n f.uiuly of .seven, the  others, niiltirnlly, being girls, At  rather nn early iirc I ��������� took il. upon  myself ns 'the only mnn ul the family' lo conduct, family prayers when  mv father wan auny. My mothor was  very pleased nl first, but hastily withdrew her consent when she hoard my  first effort, 1 *nid, 'Oh, Lord, cut Ui*  not off as cueiimhers of tho ground'."  Johnny meant cumbercr*.  Bi.tu Ntnr Barrio,  While coming   Into   town   on the  morning of the (lib. Mrs, Thomna Daw-  Hon was surprised to sec a black hear  nnd cub stnndimj on Ihe side of thu  road near tli" limno of Alexander Payette on tlio nth con. of Vesiirn.   TIib  hears  were  within   100 yards of  tlm  liotjso,    At the Hound of  voices tlm  larger one rcucd up nnd stood wntoh������i  ing the rig.  "Look at him," said Mra,|  Ihiwsim  to  her  littlo  boy,  "look at j  him.   It'������ a real bear."   The nnlnuil'l  stood blinking gravely at the rig and |   '     '   ���������       '���������'<��������� meKHinto   whlln.l  the hor*e manifested a desire to climlii|  tllft  tOtll'l* Oil  1(10  IJ|l|*IMll!  (.itiv,  oi   ..aw j  roud. Presently, with a low grumble':  fontniniiin tiithing hut Hntisfaction,I  heard only in henra who huvo dined) j  riRht royally on strawherrica in the j  woods, Milndy Ilritiu dropped on nlb|  loins am) ai.ini'T-i ff ���������.���������>- ���������"������...,., . -.  lowed by tho aleek cub-Uurriu  liuudto.  Many Good Stories Are Told of Lord  Kitchener's Successor.  Some good stories are being told of  General Sir Ian Hamilton, who was  recently appointed tp the post of itv  speotor-general of the Mediterranean  forces to succeed Lord Kitchener.  Here is one of them:  In the late Boer war one of the columns, half regular, under General  ���������Ian Hamilton, became so notorious for  looting that the soldiers' were nick-  .mmed "the Thousand Thieves." Consequently General Hamilton reviewed  TKoirnmC^lTrf'tnnr^mffH^^^  Blor-mfoiitcin for the purpose of warning them against any future,depredations. The column had just tlrawtv  up and was waiting for the general to  begin the review when a ragged rooster mn out from a hut and across the  front of the line. Suddenly, a ���������private  left the line and ran after the rooster.  "Unit!" shouted Hamilton. ' i  The soldier ran on.   He soon over  :  took tlie   rooster   and   turned   back,  ������.vrinirin������ the neck of the fowl.   As he ;  passed the general he noted the fierce ;  scowl  on his face.    The soldier  wns  not easily daunted, but this time he^  temporized,     Throwing   the   defunct '  rooster, at the feet, of the general, he j  $H!d, "Ther" now; I'll tnche ye t' halt  whin the 2'ineral says so.",  H which  the column roared  with  laughter, and even the general sniil- ;  ed, and the soldier got only two days'  imprisonment. i  no equal. .���������'Therefore jsicians, as the damage they will do ia  it should have a place in all home;ten fold to the good you can possibly  medicines and those taken on a jour- j derive froin - them. Hall's Catarrh  ney. (Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney   ,  ^ q0 _ Toledo, 0., eontains no mer-  The.London city policeman get from  Cury, and is taken internally, acting  $0.58 to $10.22 a week.   An extra, al-1 directly upon the blood and mucous  lowancc for coal is granted in winter, i surfaces  of  the  system.    In  buying '  and uniforms are furnished free. j Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get  the genuine.    It is taken internally-,  and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J.  Cheney & Co.   Testimonials tree.  Sold by  druggists.    Price, 75c per  bottle.  *...  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds,  Etc.  Easy for the  Doctor  "Been down    to    see    the    Rich's  bnbv," said the doctor.      '  "What's  the  matter?"    asked  wife.  "Swallowed a  nickel."  "Have any trouble getting it?"  "No, it was like taking money from  a child."���������Yonkers Statesman.  the  , "Have  she  and  her husband any  tri-tesin common?"      ,  "Oh, yes.   They're both fond of eating."���������Spokesman-Review.  You Cannot Get  The Kidneys Well  8hould Tak������ Two,  "He lins Invented ti new drink,"  "Whnt dons hu cull It?"  "Love."  "Wbyr  "Beenline  It   mnkM  the  world  rouiid."-Hniiston  Pout.-  eo  Until You Awaken the Sluggish, Liver  and  Bowels���������That    is    Why    Dr.  CHASE'S    KIDNEY-LIVER  PILLS Succeed.  The kidneys can never be reckoned  with as independent of the liver.  Both a ro. filters of the : blood. The  poisons left in the blood by a torpid  liver must be taken out by the kidneys. ���������  So one of the first thfngsi to think  about when the kidneys get Hick''and  backaches come, is the conditioh of  the liver itnd bowels.  Becauso this fact wns considered  , when Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills  ' wero perfected, this great medicine  ; hns a wonderful record for curing the  1 most complicated cases of kidney dis-  j ease,  j   You know   kidney   disease by the  i backache, deposits in the urine, pain  I when passing water   and   continued  loss of flesh nnd weight.  The other svmptoms which usually  , accompany this condition, such us in  digestion, constipation and biliousness  point to the congestion of the liver  iind bowels.  '������������������ To get a thorough cure you can depend on Dr. Chase's Kidney and Liver  Pills as being both prompt and certain in action.  The liver is awakened nt once, the  bowels are set in notion.' The systefn  is thoroughly cleansed and the burden  quickly taken' from the overworked  kidneys. ���������  Mr. John O'Neal, Mt. Rose, An-  napolis Co., N.S., writes: "For fifteen  years or more I was troubled with  kidney disease' and was so bad nt  times that I could not work.jit. all.  The many remedies I tried nil failed  to help me, but by using three boxes  of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills I  have been completely cured,"  Dr. Chase's Kidney and Livor Pills  positively cure kidney disease, bilious,  peas, indigestion nnd constipation,  One pill a dose, 25 cts. n box, all deal,  ers or Kdinnnson, Rates k Co., Toron.  to, Write for free copy of Dr, Chase's  Recipes.  To those who have suffered long and hopelessly with eczemas, tetters and similar  torturing, disfiguring eruptions, tho immediate relief afforded by the first warm  bath with Cuticura Soiip and gentle application of Cuticura Ointment is almost  bevond belief. In even the severest cases, when treatment after treatment has  been tried in vain, the itching and burning generally stop at once and sleep  becomes possible. No stronger proof of the success and economy of the Cuticura  Remedies in the treatment of alTeotions of tho skin and scalp, from infancy to  ngo, could bo givon than such rcmarkablo testimonials;m thoso: U  it  GRATEFUL FOR WONDERFUL CURE"  tlma for n lonij wlilla.   I witaliail him with Ctitlnirn mm and  wi* uviik pill nn oni> uptilhtilon of Ctitjriira Ointment anil li������ wm io  , Ihave Ihh.ii ii..������.i..I l.v ilmmr* forlwrntyllvfl your* tot t> IEMMm������W  tmil ������������������������������.. ol wwiim mi niy Ion.   T try i lit thoir, be*., Init fullm      ,'     % of     Vt Himi to *i ro hlm   it  nk"ot      v  to I'ui-f t,   Mv nwii . iwior Iiiii ni vheif in* tn Imvo my leg rut  wo [l.    Vvn ill il    it for tin" C   Ic lira   t" um Im anil I i 2ll  off. inn I miIiI I wnulil try Um C'liileiim HiiiihIIih lm.i.   Iln Jiwbv������ r?niulii a firm frl"i������1 of th"n    ������U������ w'SiV<frfif lAurV tliS ���������  MM,:;lr������.11.1111 (I, vuu llk? Inn I Ho not think ih-y will do nny {J**-*} 'y'Xt-U'indTO tiuXm no i"turn dt th? tVeulllo!  Mild. M. 0. MAITI.AND.  Jttiper, Ontario.  BEDRIDDEN WITH ECZEMA SIX WEEKS  I ������u(Torei! lewrnly with ������ turrlblo t'ctema,  ..nn limn hfinl to (fit Hint for ilx wenk* I'onhiiMi to tny bed.  Inrlnii that time I ������tilTi*ri<it nuitliiiiiil tiitttiiH fioia Itihiiji ������nd  kooiI." Ai itil* tlmi* mv li** wiih pi'i'li'd from iho kni'c dimti,  mv foot w������n llki* it iili'i'ii ot raw tlwh nml J luul lo wnlk nn  iTiitiiii'ii. I lioiiuht ii rukc nf Cntlt'iiriv Nniip, n lius nf Ciillcuriv  oiniii.i-iit ami .t Imitli. nl i:uli<iiu Iti-nulvtiit, .Vlli r tht* l.i-t  two tii'iittiiHiiN tin- <wi>Hlnir wi'iit ilnwii ami In two nionilii' n������������  nt ih.. t'litii'iini Iti'iiirilii'^ mv l.-ir wns 1'iiri'il nml tin. new Mn  (trimii nn, Tin. (h)itni iiniM not Ih'IIi'Vi*  mv, thnt ("utiriirii hml ruroil im* nml sa  Ciii|.iif;i tnr hi. nwn nnili*nti������,    Hut for I   I inluni im v., i.i.t mv lili*, I um t ��������� nl v uruti'ful t*ir tln< wiinileilnl  run. Unit ('ni|.uiu wrmiitht. I li.ivi. mitn.v inumlrlillilrfii nml  thi'i* mi' lii.i|iii'iii tiwrn of (liitlcur.i mul I nhviiyn rMimunwiil it  iii.nt, tii^hly 4������ a >uiu mul euiuiiiiil.'ul t'lim fur skin liuul.lmi,  MMK. J, II, llt:NAUl>,  "���������-  M.-i.iiTiii wi    Montronl,  lU own ������'.vi������n wIii'ii ho  d I nil lie would m������ ������on������ from hrud to tut ntid tin ilx wwki ciiiiliiiw,  a? rniipura ttt-mwlji'i iinrlnii thnt Hmi������ I ntilT<*r<*il cinitliiuttl tnttiirH fioir.   liuraliiK,   Alt.T hi'iim uly.n titi hy my ilininr I wu������ nil  H Inn ������ mni qf  d to tp  t'lintllitim lot turn noi   '   _ , dyi'ii titi h)  ...   ���������...._   try tlm fiiult'Ur* Iti'ltli'dli".,   AttiT tint hnl liutll with Cutlruril  I*  To Mnka Northwest P������������������aR������.  Capt J  K Ueinicr of the istciimer 1  Arctic Imu *ct out on hi������ trip to thtn  fur north with thc intniitiuii of making j  till!    MlirthWI'Ht   tlH^PIl|l������'       H"    ill."    M'llt  i  from ChnUmu l������������y to the' Dopartmont I  ol Muiiuc and I'i h.������������������ . ,. j r- j.rr,������r*r j  of Iiim |iriipoM.'il vi.)io;., which is ;i* <  follow*: From Chnteini Hay ho Willi;  Mid for Alhert Harhot, 1'nnd'* Inhd; '  Inun there h������ ririn-i"'d.-i to He,.,<hy l������. \  land. Thc neit plnec ol mil will bn l<  IVsly l*l������nd: th.* next Wit t.r liar '  inr, and from thero he will go to ;  llcrwhrdl Inland.  Capt. il#mier tntimatoh that if Im *  reach-** Her*chMI Inland *itU..m* tiny !  igM-ident h������ *IH tuoceed direct mm \  Uiero U������ Vancouver, It C.  ULCER HEALED 6V CUTICURA REMEDIES  Romn limn aim I njfr������'rnl from nn ulcer which wai catned by  varii������'������- t*-hK I *.** ^ttttnv, otf my font, for thrw monthi anil  hud ������ tihyuli hm Htti-iullmi mn, hut th* ulw wH������mMt to Imi geU  tniK wnuc umi w;h iiri'iiklim unt In annlhiT |il,un, I witn, hnw.  evi'r, .iiIvhi'iI tn n*i> Cittletira Moan ami Oiitlcnra Ointment hy  in.. iiriv.(c|i,M Tin- nl.'fr eriil'ihllv Ii������������Ii-i| liy ii������I'ik l.'nii.iir*  Mill |i .UMI l ill I. Ill,I (ll,, l mr i.v ������... i < i������ ,. ., . ,,.    -,.    .  I <|.i h.-ili'vu tlmi .it.lv for tlm luiliuru Hi-uiiill.n tlm nlu-r  would tnivur Imvii huia pruptnly rurnl.  CIIAItl.V������ HPARHOW.  7, VlriiiiiUHi., HiUu.t, Ireland.  "WOULD HAVE DIED BUT FOR CUTICURA"  Whon my lmy win ahum thr������*^ month* old hit hrad broVa  mil wiih it r,i���������li *ltlch w������< vit.v itrhy and ran a water*/ tfiiM.  ,\V������ liii-d ���������^���������'lytliltlK Wi* omul Iml In- linX tti.lm ull Vim IHfti',  till It Mni'til In hit arm������, l'i'������. and thtn tn lit* mtlrc iMxIy.   H������  jiol .n hut thnt hi- rami* near dvlnu.   Tin* rn������h wonlil firh ������0  ,li������l I.i-  y..���������,;,l iii.ttdi llll Hi,- IjId'jiI i;;ll ,ie '  MufT ������onli| I., nil ion hU tallow In tli* mmi  Houp ami HiHillraltoil nf C'ntluira Oliltnii'iit 1 fliJoycil tlio drat  Km nl ������|ri,|i diiilint my I'litlin lllncMM. I ii I mi luiif f'titli'iira lin������  Hoivpnt and thn tri>uimi>nt waa cimilntii'it lor ahiaii ih/ie wt>iki,  At tlm end ot that llmu I wu������ aide tu h������ ahout tlic houtr, ������n������  mu, ...,,,. i    .:;..,< ::; . rr,. 11  !���������-���������    t t,,.i.i.���������  anv tmriiin ������nlfi-tln������ from any form of kkln trouhla to try tho  l.������0-M* JU-vv-lj.-. *> I i.1.,,--.'  l.!jl  11,i;'  lllil liit till'  MIW. HOWARD NKNN'INO,  11 hmlot mk��������� tn aianown, ti, Y,  Till*,    '.101    OP  //   IN  Al 1    I,  I   4   tl.jll   V. f|,|������Ml  inr. I had t<> (nil  mittiiKi nn hia mtmt������ to |.r������vrni him l^'lmi hit -kin. Iln wa*  airiui.t a -V..-I. tun and liU llltl" hamli wrt- thin like t|������w������.  lo   ������m li.nl iiht.ut t-lartit month* *���������"���������" *n* tit*d ������*ot|inira  10 in. .11.1.   | imd not laht Mm down in liln rradlA m tti* day  HI  Liberal .*  Sample  ���������BHMHHBIBIIIIBBHHi  Thi. Aiilrilf* lt������lt������flfi ir. ������>M h* drartM*  ttimtiilKim n>������w������r>o i<������nit wtw r*Mtrri>nai  * earn ear** *" pmw. !t������ *n*M*m ****  linn.in. i) a n , tit a im������r>ii ������mt������������ i������r oitinm  Kimmriii, waft iht uii-it u-tmr i iiiKur������ lit*,*,  ad InMllWtlW OVmU IM tk# |rm������KM ������f Mm  Mt4 *��������������� IMWWWA U**. tmitmt ** Af*  ,1 r.tuBiHTrrn re  v. r/ ,y '      u������nf������ iw "mu  llfiniK niivt. .Av\,   "  y'J.-v I*"'-. ������������������"' I  y\ cnn'Aiini nr /i  \\   '(Ut   ,tU,..)*'A...McnkX-.U~J  \\    HT,".������.miu|',n['(  ,, t A   /J *'-jas* ���������^yirnr-jj-f riTr"ir-7ri77T,ir  (3  It  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBEA.  IT IS a characteristic of women'" of  this country to be conscious of  their nerves. I supposo that the  gr^at rush of tlio western world, that  ���������not only la felt In business circles,  tut also in the precincts of the home. Is  accountable for the condition that obtains; but just as surely as night follows  day there will be a deplorable state of  affairs If nerves be allowed to assert  themselves.  *" Possibly shopping Is responsible for  much nervousness. When women coma  home from a strenuous bargain-hunting  day, I advise that a quieting treatment  be given to the nerves. Now, lt is a  well-known fact that the heated condition of the blood due to work and excitement reacts upon the nerves. If a  calming, cooling process can be instituted, the results will be beneficial.  Apply 'menthol to the wrists. Rub It  gently in; thus a very quick action can  be gained, for the blood vessels are  quite near the surface at this point, A.  quieting effect result* from the slow  rubbing. The overwrought nerves will  not be so evident.  Massage ��������� the back of the head If al  nervous headache be your lot. The congested condition must be relieved, and  , the blood can be pushed onward away  from, the affected parts, thus relieving  the pain.  FOB THE SLEEPLESS  Nervousness frequently evinces Itself  In an ..Inability to sleep. And then the  entire thing moves in reactionary circles, the loss of sleep producing tired  nerves, *nd so on. When nerves are  pverwrpught, do not let the first signs  of insomnia get ahead of you. Watch  carefully the night time, and induce  sleep by the easiest and one of the best  bath spray ln this case should be applied  to the spine, thus reaching the nerve  ganglia and affecting the nerves under  the control of these centers.  After these methods are given a fair  chance, I suggest a treatment that is  the easiest of all and costs nothing. I  refer to the rest cure foi; tired nerves.  Sit for an hour and do nothing.   Let the  cleaning go, even if you have an ironclad rule. One day's delay in the household schedule is nqt worth an hour of  nervous strain.  Try to cultivate a calm self-control In  everything. Keep your nerves under  strict surveillance and give them careful treatment when they make themselves   evident.    I   am   sorry   for   the  woman with overwrought nerves, and I  gladly offer these suggestions for their  treatment, ���������     .  To Walk Gracefully  NEARLY every woman walks far  too  rapidly   for  anything  like  grace to enter into her movements.  Tall women, for some reason, walk  more  slowly  than  little ones.    Their  elbows, shoulders and hips move  from   side   to    side   with   every  movement of their feet.  If you want to be graceful, don't  look at your feet, but" hold your  head well up in the air. Don't  shuffle. A little thoughtfulness  and practice ln high stepping will  soon break you of this ugly habit.  Don't bend your back at the  waist, under the impression that  you are thereby walking erectly.  It throws the stomach forward  and is almost as inimical to grace  as round shoulders.  agents���������a glass of warm milk, not hot,  but warm. 1 need not emphasize the  'fact that this must be sipped slowly to  guard against indigestion,  Speaking of indigestion, let me extend  sympathy and' a suggestion to the woman who, from nervousness, cannot digest her food. Nervous dyspepsia is a  ' direct result of an unhealthy condition  of the nerves, that become excited from  various causes and refuse to direct the  action of the stomach muscles,  The carrot cure Is upheld by many  Physicians and erstwhilo sufferers. Bat  carrot* morning, noon and night, and  eat them raw or cooked. Give yourself  a diet of enrrots and give tho treatment  a fair trial.  I promise a sure cure.  Nerves aro at" the "Jumping" stage  when tlio unfortunate possessor Js  ready to scream from the sheer un-  Bteady, overwrougnt comlitlwi. A bene-  llclal cold shower,works wonders,   Tho  Answers to ;  Beauty Queries  asked a woman tho other day In my  presence., Well, to tell the truth, J did  not hnve thn slightest idea of tlio personality of "Pinky." I thought that he  was ������ cat or a dog, and wns quite surprised lo find that "Pinky" was a llght-  coniplexloned man, to whom the woman  was married!  The fact that a person la named  VManov ought to iiimire the dignified  lino of that word, A person can show  hia affection for another In something  mnre emphatic thnn ft silly, meaningly  pt name, Little children should be allowed this, nnd then they ought lo lm  shown how a pet namn sound* lo thn  Htranger nnd how excluding It may in.*.  \\o have left the olden days behind  when the lord iind maktur illimd afar  off from the other member* of IiIh family; no, too, have the considerate nrics  recognized that In n union nf people  onti or two Hliniild not net in a way to  make the nthera fcp| Ihnt ihey are nm  of the circle, Keep pet mimes well  upitr-r control. They arc tine-sometime*.  CZr/yVrnds tens*  In public that lie or she .attract* intention. Loud and bolBterous laughing  fiiiiiilH vulgar to the leimcg ami ninnf-  flod person. I do not think much of tlm  ninii \vhu treat such biituivlor us "inn,"  !!. When a man acts us u woman's  iMcnrt It Is hi* ilillv In see ihnt m|i/' \������  never left alnni); therefore ymir gentleman friend is to tihime Just iih much ns  Urn girl, who Knlmbly Is acting In such  a   Itinntifr   to   i.nii-.ilj,,   !..-.].,m.-v     .,,    m!.i-  f. WING to the great amount of  | | mail received and the limited  I / space given this department.  ^"^ it ls absolutely impossible to  ���������answer���������letters���������in���������the���������Sunday_lsaue_  following their receipt. The letters  must be answered in turn, and this  ottttmes requires three or tour weeks.  All correspondents who desire an  immediate answer must Inclose a selt-  addresscd stamped Wvelope for a reply. This rule must also be complies  with In regard to personal letters.  'Dandruff Cure  ."WMa-itoy much '*lth da���������an,������  and have tried castor oil aa *elt as other  thlnRS, but without resultB. Could you;pos-  rtbly Klvo mc a pormancnt remedy fw HT  What is the difference between a cold  cream and a clennslnit cream? Please givo  roe thn recipe fer one of ������&pU3xm  The lotion for which I am giving the  recipe has proved helpful Jn very obstinate cases of dandruff, so I feel suro  It will be honcilcial In your case:  Tincture of nux vomica    jt ounce  Snlrlts   of   ro*emuiy��������� ���������    ������ "5���������!  Alcohol    S ounces  AWly never*!'time* * ������*������*011' to tho root*  of thu Kalr.  A coll cream ls used to heal and  soften the skin, while a cleansing  cream is used to get rid of the dunl nnd  dirt which has collected In tho pore*  of the skin. I am granting your request t**, giving a recipe for ouch;  ! Kentucky Cold Cream.  jUosewatsr  4 pnvim  Almond oil  4 minc-u  Hiiermncetl   ,,..  1 oiiii. '  Whlto was.....  J wAioe  Cleansing Cream.  '    Whlln   w������x    Bounce*  Spermaceti    2 ounces  Sweet   111.now)   "ll  IS milii'iH  Distilled   Wilier ,,,,   i! oil'.ics  lilyuirlno       ': oii'i.'.'H  Bidlcyllo   arid Wnr-'ii*  Salt Rheum  Liter Mrs   Kymrs.  Will you kindly tell mo of a rum for  unit rhitum In tlm bunds, Alco, Is wri*'. v  Howl for falling hnlr? A I'KAIn.H.  A  physician's  advice  shout.I   lm  consulted  nnd   fallowed  If yen   Wish   tn  In*  cured of the dlseaso In ymir hands.  Whiskey hits proved helpful in iruiny  ��������� cases of falling hair.  Solutions to Social  Problems  oilier nnd our inn subject   l������  ������),,, ,'burcb _. *    , ,        , n.       , , rr   ,  J iln r.oi  cm., much for lli<* .Miivti.  Un   I UUlckhfartS PlltlPU'S (1)1(1 11(11?  nve   Mm,     I")   yoti   think   I   hIioiiIiI  ttv   M ������'"**"������'���������������������>> *  "/"���������> ������" /<������"  believs In lil������ church?                 K. V. A.  Tlik    I-    :i    m, }���������i\    v.'Uifl    f.-^Hll-...-   .-���������-  rlniiN cuii'iiili-I'Htlna, and ynin' i*Iii..|hIhii  must lie ,|i.|itiiiIiici| liy tlic se|n,-.-r������. <c.������,-  Ing* nf your heart and nnt by mitM.li'  ailv-ii'v.  penr  Mri>.   Hjines,  U'hiii  .-.in   t  iln  in rid  ntviii'f of blni'tf.  he'l.ls nml   i,linen-*- >'  Klmllv  Id  ll.e Kn.'W h'*w   I  c������n |<i..-n  tbo  linlr fr.sn   |.fi������i������Jrif!  ")'?     A   111! tOlilf  To rctnnvn Wn. khi'uilH try tlm |.illum  ing:  JK^-^ j^ * ^f&Mx& Ar&a&afcy  Advice on Social Customs  /me$*w*t*4mmO$ 4****&'������*/(f*VltA'  im/40vumi#*mev ^*t/������tmu4*f    ^  dy U%%4- mt+ey>t\mm*  TfXVt NAMES  Wr^rit^   ,    . ...     l    . .   .1.  very  omnUfo  ot  tiling*   by  piople who unknowingly excluded   you  from   tha   circle  whon they lined fi*t names?  IM me talk today a little agalnut the  Indlwrlmlnat*. whntess|������, one nf the  name* that bdong strictly In the (am-  ffv uiiil *ht.ithi he .{mrlnirly ii*e.f whfn  olhj-in are pii-mnl-  It I* v rv will wher.. little children  are ioiic rii.d. iind 'rei|jint'y tlu- en.  ll.t.i...i<m ,ii.l li.vt- of ll c ,lnl.< one I*  rM|������o������nl''le tor (������.������������ mak ������r tip nf a name  tit * .1 - v .ne -.f t'i ��������� It ,!!������** I'M-min*'  %.'!>��������������� l,������t������l!c i .iltu-l pea,nine n ������-*r-  ������ii>   (������������������":').,..    o   i������  tri-titi^i,:li-  <icem.it  odvlsiiblu for every one In the family to  become tongue-tied, When little llolilife  outgraWM his childish Inability the .incur,  foolish names remain,  T������k| In ihe worst  nf tf ''  To hear a great big, grown-up man  >.*,.���������..<     lU.Ui     rtli. u mi. luul."   x> l������,.ul-  eifcrd, ur tu *i������ a dlgj.lilul woman  answerlnir to tlio cull of "Mnvsy." is a  little dlimdviinlUKi'i.iis to the owiieta of  the pet names. To my mind, the gui'd  i'ld word nf ''unither" Ihih tlm sweetest  -    i    ...     m..'.,       .*> .,-,...,-.   pi'tivn upon It. lit'slUen, wlum you attain mature grown-up ways you thould  put away childish ilu'iight* nnd words,  lvi names, then, nre not giving tha  bent to the owaers, "Iiearle," "Ivttlo"  and "Twe. theart" are |iliic d In slightly  emharrasalng poKltUms before outsiders.  f.Ul    l!,.'VC    I.'    tli.     t.O.\.-.-    ;���������'.[���������       t    tn-.  story,  which I suggested at first.  I'������t  iiiiw-p iiIhci. flic fn-fifile ������!k. knnw tteli-  ������t<*rtltlc������nie nn ft\t- *t,ti- ft ������ l.-.riWr  and th'1 i������lh������-r h<������r*rs on tin* <.th������r. A  Iiiii? is drawn, Inlatmfhl*, ln>l ���������rtnsblc,  tail n-ierllt'ln* H|i|t4ti'iii, wli.-rtl.y ,������  dlstliicil.m Is fliomt.  *������#U 'I'lnky' have |>l������ r.rr������kf������������t yet*  Is it Lttwfulf  DRAIt  Mrs.   Ailnrns,  I.   Is it lawful for necond cousins  Iv marry?  il.   Is li  |,r<i|iiT for a ��������������� mlerwin In rise  nml she  hi- nun   i��������� a  tu.ly  In  a street  eiir'.'  a, Klioiild nny am I.i. sillily of lining nn  fin. slreit?  4, If n K.ntleiitun an.) n Italy niret on thi"  street   wlin 0���������,tilil tiiciik ltf������t'i  ti, When ������ Iml)' and iremlemsn nm nin'ln  si'i|ii������liiti',| wiih one mi.ttti.-r. I. It in-oi.er  for llie III.I)' in nrTcr tn sliiike humls'1  k, a, K,  1. In siimc slates It Is, while in oti.tis  It is nnt; by liKiklug al niie nf llie laigc  altiianucs k.|.t i.t ihe Hlirnry ymi wil  be able to get riiurn detliilic liiturniutlun,  2, Yes,  & No; It Ii never considered ggud  form,  ���������   -,',       it l      ,, i   ,-,   ,       , ,i r  recognition,  noting as hostess. A slight bow of ttm  In ad, a |.|.iiHMiit smile and an .iw.ru-  prlaie remark are rjulie correct,  Jlo'ntcrons Laughing:  n*nr Mrs, Artnms.  1     !>���������,  ,,.|   (hind   ll   I*   timfn-r  *"r  rl'l������  lri.ii.lt In Imiirli "in |nu,| m Mi..i ...ii.-  snd i.n the street? I Itsve n..|l.<.| thst  s..t������* nwn I ���������<.- tt wh.it s.rlp- ������������<t 0,^1 ������������y;  they think II Is fun,  i. I'ii >uu iliinh It Is tiirhi ������'l,������n two  i.'ll|.le* n.i out  t,,ir.|li.r f.ir tl..-  illiir  nit)  ii. i������k.- up sil no KHiiicmsn imimi*. ii....,  titling me sit nil ������|i,nc? Wlutt hh.ill I  sny t. them?  J. A slrl t kn>.'v Is very ������l',lv ������lnti she  S>tS SI*<|IMllltl-,l With y.'lJhS BHB ������f���������| she  i -" i t, 'i, ii ' t , , ,1'rt '.--, ' ,N I ��������� ��������������������������� i ,  I.' i|tce| ni,,j j'.^ii.li.-i mi,| imv,; v.rv '.���������������  nt. t>   frlf|i.l������.     A I.f   is   Ihst?    ������n������-   i.   r.'-l  ....    (.retry    (I'ti.r  f--r   '!.������������������������    ,  .������������r fut'iir.-.  -. rti"! ht'Ti  ���������IT*    t������    '���������->  v, ..i.i-l it r  ,t   'he  stif  - -inm   t,,  ���������  tt. 1 I  tl f     ,V.  if "I .j- 1   .-   ������������������,������  ���������.-���������>   ������!���������-  ���������    >.',.   -,'  'iX,' Mi  cntniiiiiiy  iiKiiin.  H. lt may bit that sinh a ������lrj. "Ill  make friends onlckly, but th*' i|i|.Hil.iii  Ih, will ahe k������iep them? Kor your ������wn  ciunfut't, It Is better that you should  never have u host of men friends I'mn  that ynu should fum-.-i vour mnid'Uly  dlKiilly In order to acuiilre them.  4. guile pinpir, If ymir purcnu do not  object,  .In ylmwying Young Man  I1',u Mrs. AiUins,  I.   Where I no In n-hfiol there Is ii yi.initf  in,.n tun,h 1.1,or ti,.in i, win, i������ ,,. .ii.,,,   r  ������">' iliums, I ,t.i i.,,i kn..w him ,.r> >i>ll.  hut he Is fnrctir niulli K ;il me, itiil If  tlm leuelier '������������Ss m������ snythlr.s, lie Iriss t"  Iii-Iii un, lie ti,i,l n frlind ili;i������ I wns Ins  s il itnd a mi.ji Hiioo i.ili, r ',liiin-" Umt I  ..III Hi.| l.ki . I II.. lu.l In 1.1, Ulnl.ll, I'I  Hits nitric.t������ ittt.iiiliui, Mow i.in I svii.il  111111'.'    Wlml  rii it  I  .1..?  .',   A *i������mI friend uf mine has suited tin*  hnl.lt of dilnkins .iitid^ sneswHij i,n,| .���������ni.i-  iml snow linw in M" a.'otit it. ll.- e.iii i'ii<  i.f n    i���������,i   t  ;���������;. '���������   II.l. .'I'I ...i  ti .���������   t  , ,nt,������  l.ll.|l>   ������,!>    *   U,,ll^>      I    I.4VI-   1.1,,-AI,   1,11.   >.l,  my ton und he Is i.nlv ii f.-w \.'ins my  senior, A  Hi')luol/ili������l������  1. Avi.ld his stMlU-K an I j, ,y t" .,'.*������������������*������������������  lion In the remtuk** he maker uimut  you. lie civil toward him, i.n iu>i  cordial.    1   think   i-cli   i I   t. .iiiiunt  Will     i    Ht        I        -t|.|,     Kl      ,:     ������������������      I   .,t.lM������,  - Hut cut jou H i.i'iitiier "i "ty hi-  tlinate boy friend who muld t.ikc Ht*  unfortunate tsiy tn cl.nrife? Kli������< nf an,  he m-dis lu lw taken nw.v lunu tie'  hud ciiinpany. Von mluhl pi,in ft h"*"  little evening panles i.tnl ln"l������t tipmi  hlrn l.f-lntf present. II miiv (,* Hn< ������'  tnlk from your father nr mother miiv  do hlm (fond; thev can .'nnttrn. lilm ������t  ibe hiifiu he In rtnlni; fe Mius. If.  Ditfrrcnce in Rrli^imt  l"eitr M'H    A C'tns  I nr,,  % I'.   '. -  ml 1,-,'j; .,',,! ; i  ,   -  l������S   ������tt������l   4   V..1111S   ritt.i   ���������������'- .....  ���������  T   ,t���������'i\   .-Ti.    ,,.;r   .������.,!   ������   tiif*       it-      '  Two Men and One Woman  Hear   ������lrs.   Adams.  I. Which I' lh������ proper wny f.,r n  yiiiais ludy iind it��������� s'liilentiii in \mi||<?  Mi..iml il... Holy lw tieitve.-n llm tw. m.ii'.*  ;*. Wl.eii I li.ne usked a ludy l/i ilnnee.  '���������I' ll'iie iiiurke.l it .l.ii.ee ..It her |.riHi|iiin.  f,lioil,| I ili.nik Imr then ss wilt us iidsr  I be ���������Inn. r"  '.' f.iiil.l (..ii . ill h r.ii-t.nl hm (,f ,,-|ii,ty  S'loiiirli to lukn In ii Kir) ubeii ..iIIIck ..ii  l.ei. .,i  |n II Irt'ht  tn cut   In,'!.'*,'  iswHUKTiun.  1. 'I lie men slimnil wuik elilo liy side,  iiltd the wniliHlt lii'Milc i.ne nf tbeitl.  .*, "its, vim should ili.nik her al both  Um. >   Hist for tin. pi-rmlhfluti and then  l.lf   t^:C   lllltlCl',  'I. \ ������,i*t :t ,),;.'.-r vut'ii'il -ir.'i.r.Hrif? to  lis lirlic. It Is the ih'������ii������'itliiliiiissiif "llitt  11.>���������.' widen Is liiniiiH'iatwl by tlm reetp-  h-llt. ll ii. veiy l,,.il|*|i fm .. Jullllg jii.ill.  I'. think Hml he must in\Uh ii int nf  money nn u stir) when he renlly ciintufi  ��������� Htnlil In i|n >.,,. |,,,[ w.ial v,,i| g\\.,. ),, r  Ut; glnnl, nu ll.iiUei- how  r'i,.,ll (hit rut I,  The Overcoat Question  t. M hi it s s������t>.!��������� msn ��������� 'ii-'  ������������������ r * -i.iii  in i,,i  'Hill*   I ill i-    ������������.',. I    !  ii oi.inir  ..(���������tin  (. A Wril-t.rt'd iei������..ri U ii.-ti-i ������������  In ������.-������.,������.!   ,..,)  of th������ ��������� hunh  mr   -rt'  t, uie Dunilnv a t.<un������( U1..11 ,.n. I in uke  '��������� l    ������--'������i   1 ���������     ton   tl,   ,.,��������� '. ���������..-..,������������������ ;.<  ���������titiM'f   1i������- t.������.k nn- ut���������(iii      w''-r i i' n   ���������  "eS   su,iitii'i    Hums   i.i.iii     k   in.'   I.,one,  Sn.l the rtmt  miitiij tit.in  ������..,,,i>l ������,ti"rii|nt,  l,..I  I  ���������!.. ils'.i   -,r ������l,.T.ii,������  1   u-i|.,|iii������ si-i  'l   A   ii.jiu' ,; i.Ui n���������-i|.   - ,   ���������   ii   , i'   i--.,i."  <;iit    fr������i������u������-niiy,  *ii������ t,.k.������ tt..    .t.������ri>  ������,f  Clinr   ltit��������� IM-   I !>,t*n   ������������������'    '-!'-,-   I"'   ���������.   ill I  t'.'lllnir Mrtimlf to soineimin* ��������������������������� ,.,t nitlemt  Ih ,1.1-      hvill'd    t.i    .(,,    < ' H'i>     I-"'"')    '"'I  -I It If   t������;r  1.1 I. II   l.-ltli   I   ���������'.���������   '������������������   '   li'- ���������    ���������!.    l������   t  'til    1101    HlSh   til   littnui   I.-)....    I, >' tut!   kl-,-111  '���������Ini t.r ;, t,.nr tit,.,* -UH It  1. The iivermat ,n.'l hit ���������torn d l><"  !*!;>>������������������ .1 <.i: ll:c hull r.. k if ih"re i. <>������������������������  It ,-\ t.tenrf. If imt ���������to'. ������������������- ... .il'i-rn..-  i   - .-   i-nl   .,,  tuk,.  i   . ,,. ,.-,--,,    .i .    %  ��������� t-.iitir w.ciiait mhu'ii'i ">'  '"'I*' ������ yi-'ttit  II .IL   in !. II   till If'-     ...  I  ���������;.. i,..|  ii ,���������n   >!������������������ - ���������-������������������ -      I: !���������'    ;ili|     I'.'.IM :.:..-������������������ ���������   '     ���������  i-,|    ....  i������|...'t.(ry |������ ion tut.. ���������������.,..  " y  ,ii ������>,,  ...,,,,, - r -   < -.' ���������������*',  -  '��������� '..    :������������������<���������{���������,   ������������������.���������������������������Il,   ������������������-���������.- .,-������  '���������i o  ��������� him jtt'-4 .t....i. . ; .��������� - * >,.    i ��������� ������������������ i>  Orcen Sonp Treatment fo'  BlacklieadR,  TlnctUfii   of  tftnrti   s,.ii|    ������ minces  phtillnl   Wltili   hsw-l    i ..times  l.'t this irilsliire stuy mi nnly il f. tv tnu-  Willis;   tlii-u   win.li  nfl   wllli   l.,-l   \������uiir  If the itrni'tt sns|i lirlutes th.. emu as It  riilll.llines will. u������������ It .very nttur .l'i>,  Al'jlv ������  colli iliiltn,  flrien sijnii may li������ f.n'i lis������.<l ������l niy  driid   stoii..     It    In   n.it    i    icutiliir   "eak't  M'tlll,"    I'UI    It    IS    lll"St    Hm    l>,ll'<il.tl III ���������.     .it  ctuliird.  '>jsn esch utrd ure* wiih tli������ paint r,f n  tlm- liiiiitri. in idie 't'l.e hiir.l';,.'I initM  must In. i.fi-nn.l or plcknl oui.   the dujity  f..i-   of    lh,.   ynild    sln.i.ll    tli.tt    t*    IniTT,,!  Willi % llttl* lolet vlnessr nnd Wlllnr, uf  wiili n very weak so inltn of milwiiir it. nl  ���������nd ������liter, Nteiillsn In* needls b.fnie uslttg  It l.y il)|i|>Iii������r liil������ tinllihif ujiier. ** um uso  of sny Instrumrnt. tialrss ths skin a* ws't  a* thr tii'.-iii. ia ������T<ir.iiiKhly cleaning, la A'  mny* <|������nsenius,  liathit Hhi |.(n.,,l������s In hot watnr und  apply this ireuiii fur whh!) you will  bitru Hnd tlm ntilpo;  Cream  for Fimploa.  Psllevllc   (i.lil    |9 frill.*  ("B niiicl    ... . ,     t ,<.,m  The fnllnwltti* rrrlxir. rrttVe* n ���������!.'������,..n^  lull,ui  to   lo    t.i-ia uu   ...HI*   Mlot.li  !���������>  t"i  ei!y:  rii* it. r. d    tiii'Hrtiansiit    of  ������   ' t^ . -.:*������������������*  Imtllti'   nt   ul.;,������,    isiyi'leicti  IJ.ii,    :.-   i    ',|',|ir ,.  Al nl '���������!     .    .    J'i,t; '. -I    wiiti'i  *,,.(,. r  !:-.!   , --UEI-.'**  (l.ilU "-ll.e*  l!���������l . ',.,I,."S  ,-l  Cream for Face  Dtnr Mrs, Hrmrs. .  Will V'.u r'l*������*������ ft** w* tti* r*rlf  eftld Mum twhi'h ������'H k<*( lh# fclmck  not id my f������iel l������oe* |������|lil ������jm y  mill... tli< m?  Whit will k������ep ths ie.th <**,<<  *lssn? %i Vim.  Vni. ninii rel ,��������� nn ihe . tr.,i,i  ������<i (.r.vent t.liii-iiTen.}* ff������rn apt*  V .11   tll'l -I    . OIIIV.    f:..-   f    ti ,,i   ���������  Willi '<��������� nti .mil  ������>i<".    t.iitit  'i������nl |������  mill i nu,i iiitit k'..< t,.v i( ft,, i iii  Waslii-.l t-.i|t frcm the. fn-re* ������������������( H--  *���������( every .l..y    Tb*' *��������� "*'���������  f - ���������- i :'m  (-1 'till    im   l,mtt   f>*    i,-S%   |*-ife%   Ui  |>1������SI..."  t--r *  i.������4s  ������.l������r  ������������>!  t'.r  ., ������������������Hint tog.  ,ir-i..  .   ti -  * t'.'t  r,������'iit*  Ur- ���������!���������"*;  SjRWS, CPMB%EI^MI>, Itttlimil COLUMBIA,  ..-.^'fi,-,^ i  ������.���������������< i. I,  Ct.f i'->*>  .'���������-..-, ..vr - i.rki.Wk "ir,*' <i; * A.- ,:" M ������������-""TJ-'{,  Me? (j'ooas.  <.���������****������**  t*il *t**J*lXm������  ,     We i'uv- j  ;-  or.tred on) n fine ii,*-soi'iiiif.*iit of  i'tt Af-v'D GOA1PORTBR3  Blanket** 5-.n;.:i-\������ from 33.GQto 5U3.00 ei pr  Comfoft������r,������   u M      $l.7fito ^^ooeach^,  FlarivntQltettti ������*ss?i������fcw JO, it ������& 13 quarter* j������J������������������j  YOU ARE INVJTKO j  TO INSI'JvCT OUR STOCK OV \  ImJUSITURK *fc HOUSK KUKNISHINUSt|it  "hen  m ���������&#���������'���������������**:&��������� ������������������**���������*-���������  *mwf*.**������%*** 4-mtom*.m*ma.*m*Bm*mKmn������mmM  k  air. J. N. WbUwI loft by 81111  .Iny'-H lw>afc011 ������ i)iiai!i<;,sii   trip ro  VliiKJOiivm*.    Mi*. M'-j^od fnimdn  to return on Tiit'Htlay oi* Wednw...  day.  Mr. IVu'd, of Nnnm'irio, rcprtwen  ������������������lug Tin* (.Vouuihoi JJank-of Gum-  meruit w in town in the    intumt*  of thnt institution,  ie t'mrdmre store  A, MtMXNMm  Mi i-'lti'e i'doeic, Cumberland, ij. 0.  flBe7������tsmmB!mmmV% --vraraK'saKKSW wwao^mraMSKCT���������^xmronm^nftM.*  t^ fcgia)twB.iitgBav.-'."iV ,:���������*���������*.. i?*w<.,JM,wJiiMsey������ AaaKBmmaaaRfK'I i^wm^^on.vju'ii.lV  Are the churche* dotn<^ all that LSCSN  they .should to meet the iu:cd������ of '.'     **  the community?   We think that      Mr. A. V,   Owen,  well blown  it is generally felt tVat much more  I'''1*-' '������ former y������*r������, will lw here  might be done and ought to be  <���������'������ or about Octohwr 15th, to time  done with the plat?' aud   equip- l>hmo&,  mint, that  is  on   the   ground.  There was a time hi the history  of tii'' church vvlic*;.' ������he assumed  an intercessory oHU'c on liehfilf of  tlit? people for ilk'?r 'piritttal sal-  vaUoji in a-future; :ife.      Out of  thin* .spirit grew Un  %wnl   cailie  drills coating meal' -A-.i'oic exps'U--  dtUires of life, and ld������.ir; and   in  whose pillared ais1. ���������*> ihe common  people were gathered af rare intervals to witness ta her than k*  pai'i'ieipate   in   so: ie hi^li mass?  said iu an unknown tongue   tor  ��������� heir liOU"fit.  Hut people; renli���������:������������������; 'o-day   that  saivaiiou must aj>[ Ij to this lite  if it is io beeflectiv--- m any other-  and that the ollice of'he church  is not intercessory wiih ihe Pt'ity  jjQ_i.mich.af one of r,.'iief audhdp  iubiess to weak and erring  humanity.      Hence 1 mi change   in  the attitude of the public toward  the church to day,     The public  wants something pracically help  iul iu the church,fwjueihiugthat  will help it meet ii-; res pons ibili  lies in tilts very pr-,:iical life.  The atmv.er is th<* iusiiiutiotuil  church. Now, ioi i H'.is put iii  Giace Methodist Cir-iich Caleu  <lai last Sunday, w'tai ve woultl  like to see may he beyond the  immediately, pradi-'anh* in the  line of yyiunasiu '',-, libraries,  educational woik. ��������� ���������', bit', what  can be; done, now ii- ibe wspojisi-  bili(-y" of the cli.,vi,:;i li; t Ji if  place   (here   may i" ���������������������������ovuicd a  l*t;;.|lil|',;    iOllllJ,    wi c ������������������   ihnsc    HO  iuciiiied may spend a <pii"i hour  ir. the coming Ion;.; dark even  iiign without resorsiii^, io places  where tlmy are eenaiu to fall into  more or less evil a-s >tiations  There .should also Us provided  some means of recr.-a ion in ihe  line of Karnes, etc Kveuium  classes might bc coiridcied for  llie benefit ol thoso who (iml  thcmf.elves past scb..ml a'*** with  out the advantage niuc.uionaily  with whico thcyfill/ubl in? equipped. Week-evening bn'tures 011  topics of interest migiti be so m������  numed as to be of iii'ich educa-  vnliie.     A   '"tod lnidiii',{  ia doubt  Lead Truinps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and ; Refreshing beverage.  tWvvsWwQi m-temmmtt ������  1  B* Clotitier.  Genera! Blacksmith  HorsesUoeiDfir a Specialty.  ares  Mrttifiyt't* Oni-fis Ims installfitl ji  .'���������e'sv <:eiicr;ititig oiullt, th������i'*il������y ini-  provicfr iU;< p'c.rufes (iffy per'������'*!!I.  Mr, Cuf'ti���������-fluiiristiuu ho wil! *'.n>  ^i'.SU b )d<{hf bv hi-4 new plant.  ������������������rrt���������wiMH-ie?ritj)j|������, J^s������ j*-mvm ������IMs  Mr, i\ Wlut'di**', of Vtwuonvor,  initt'i'ifjor of tho Great \-VVst. jafc,  WFiTT;T|)^~tmrfn"foWiriW^v^f7  Mr WhueW repoi'f* good busiiiwii  ?ift', M MaiiPoniM. P.P., arriv/'il  iti town on Sattirdny ,l������st. Mr.  MHilton is hnve in the iufiTesfs of  tiie dii-triet  ^UCA^te,  and made in  Cumberland.  SAYWARD LAND'DISTRICT.-  Difitnctof Coast.  TAK IC NOTIU15 thn ���������  Dh vidwn-  riiiril Ave, Cumberland  SPATES  te  WWWHIWI1WWM*" *iWBmw  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  JUaclltsitt9 Work  a ������p&&lalty*  ������tmm em 4+mr *&**/***)  <S),  (*X  CUMBERLAND TAILOR  S, I8AKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 2!  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made v.o *>d������?r  from I20 to 035    All Work First Class  Mi-swT. Riplev. T, Uhdwnr,  and A. bbiXimion left by Siimiayb.  bout for VHtMtonvf'j'.  Miw ,Ji);m f>ivbi'/('l"il b'l'l bv  Hiniibiyb* boat, fill* Nauiiiiiio,  .,���������^���������.���������. .4-.-., ... -  Tom I110I; ti tc<'od i-iiprilv of rie.  itnd old shoes away wild him.  Thn ffiiifidifiii Dunk of O'uu-  iimi'wi is alioitt lo e������t?iblinli n  brnneli hero.  A.   M('.Kni/.dit   I't'liirticd   from  I.*  in  VV ii - (rCoiTL ul., 0 r Vltti������conv?ivITC7  Jumbormen, intend lo upph* for^r  fiibkiiMi in purch;isi,- tint f'������)lnvviii|i  dwerib' d I ifidi-:���������t/'ininieudng Ht'u  p<Hi plaiiiiid uboiH ID elijiins nofth  uf ,1 i'trea:P on thc wiit Ptih* of Cop"  jift* Ei*4i;l', Lo j-hb^romdi Inlei,  ������dtorn Ij uiiien fnnu Tovvey fleitt!,  '.1'ifii t.'('f.nA i'Oclifiin*. the-'.co ttotith  Jt) eiiiin-1, <lii'ii<''i() *'vi-a '-0 ������liiiiiis.  ���������ft lAiti^iiboi'oii^ii Iidet, thfiKif  nor b (lion;* 'Amrhort: nt l.nuyhl Of.  ���������mall litliit ������bi������m 'I'diduiinn '-0 yo'mi  ���������il tiummi'Hcenwni ,r,d cimt.iinwijj  io tfijc'i, riio.'f or bus,  l)AVHWO>f-VV/,Ji|) OoMI'ANY, l>P  Freder.c I/. W .rd, Agent.  U.-iV'il Kfjpiembof ii-ltl.i, 1(.H0,  WJNTKR MJIiKDUU.  OEALKL) TBKUKIW adilro.wd to the  U ��������� niiiUiwK-ed, ai>4 ei'dor*o������l "To d-r  f������r Kxhu lii'iijj WiirdiuBKi-, Voncorvo',  H.t'.," wiil ne rwdvi-U ������t tbw cfoeo unt 1  4.0U v,m��������� on W<wu6.������ilay, Octobur 'Mb,  ]������t0. tot tfiflaouit-iictioD of flu B*ainluii'({  Wnrenotut, Vanawar BO,  PUofi, *tj������;ci������������ntj.n* md form <>t eootract  o-'ti he nem and twins ot teudwr obitttoiid  ,it iho odics el Mr 3omi>li Ute������t Hold, ngt-  tent i-cliilxt', Wmnipr^ Mac, Mr Win,  li-.���������..&��������� mn, rcs.diBt; tireliitox, \iamrm,  1) 0 . us lit" tat Ulilce, Vancouver, anil at  t*i������ D-pftrfinO'if,.  Yen Ji-. lei������ilm j������ g *re nofciftei! t'lltt fc'tiiil.niJ  tvill 'fi lectins*, nrsd i:nle?8 nindu on tbt'  (in, t ii I mm kiu.'ple(i, unit mg������������4 ivtii  *>1i������ii: notnhl ('muai.iteis, gtatieij!tMr oc������ti-  p,ision* ������iiil j.J������6*������ <>( lemdw-co'- hi the oue  of fimiK, tl).; iictuitl ilguatMr., th������in������turo o'  titi nc'.uiMiiou mi.'i |)'rtt������ (if rit������iii������ii������H) A  o.n.ti iiinmii'ur i.f -.he Hi/ii roue* Ue giveo.  _^Li,ijj^ji!*tinn^^fajM;pi..iflpijau!dJiiui!n,  uv ������i������!.nl i)iu(it.e inn char ������ri4 bstnU, pay-  ulili* to ibt tinlnri-t ih* HoU'imIiW (ho liin-  ���������*Uv "I I'ttiillo Work*, njiuil tuiunpat  cvn*. (10 ii,n,) ot ili������ itmduvt"/ th'i tno.lt r  ���������>.Iiicli wil l>������ lorfftiieil if ti,������ ptrio-i tewd-  trinjj dm itw to enpfr into a '0'.*uf'iJi������t whtn  odWo 0,1'tn to do to, or tid tUfcOniplntii ihe  ������-t������rk ttiutiiiiiud lor. If the tmulu' be mi;  no a p wl |j.. nbuquv M'lll bn ititiirfli-ii,  Tim ilfjiiitimriu iIoiih U'-t IjiBd Htelf  tti  mo, [t{ Um lo -,������irt'oy ajy u-nder.  lh 0 ;w,  H, v. DKS110CHERS,  HfciJOiiiiy,  /to(������������i't������itti'of J'ttWIo H'11, In,  OiUmv, Htiiitumlitr iil, 1910.  Nitw p.|i������c will tint \>o (ii'il for tliii*  atlri'riin**ii)i'iit if ihoy tn.*wt It wiilioufc  uutborl y from Uio l^ijainniiiit.  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  K   A IDA     Merchant  LADIES' TAlU)Jt.MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS Cn������DB TO   Ot^t>HH KH&  IN RHY STYLE YOU (Ursty.  PEE3PECT FIT GUABANTEEP.  PAem From $20 to $40.  ���������hwwhm m*Kti ������mvt*rm*%nwta inn %mmm*Ammmmammm^iwammtmnmmm^ "  CUMBERLAND,        .      .        B. C.  $aAmmmmm%*m*mmmmti  Capital $6,000,000. neservo $5,700,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY.   PAYABLE ALL  OVER THE WtiKLD.  SPECIAL ATTBNTIOM paid to HAVINGS ACCOUNTS & intercm  nt, highest Current limea allowed on UfpociiU'Olll antl upwards.  CTTMBBBLAND, B. 0,f Braach, Opan Daily.       .���������������    ~"  f OURTBNAY, W, 0 , Bub-Branch, Open Tuesdays/  UNION WHAEF, B.C., Sub-Branch, Opes Thuradaya  ������������������H. P. MONTOOiVlERY, Manager.  mwmmmmm  D.������HT������������nu������n������mwi  Amt*<mmmmmmmm-^m������mmav-mmmm*9mm^*mwe'  \riiiii:oiiviii' liy N'UtihivV  hont  i'('|,uii*t������ lii������ son Hnin iitipruviiig  Iniiiii.  Mr' und Wtt'H,   W,   W'ull   witfo  jltlsiti'iijri.M'ii hy Hlllldliy'H    oilt^iiiilfj,  ������U������iiiii������r,  Mr. iiikI Mt>,   Kidney Horwood  j li'l't, liy Woil. ohlny'i-: hunt on n  hoi.  tioii.il  hty trij������ to Vii'.'oriji,,  Mr.  nml  M  r.t. Lutvi'iini'-t /ii'i'ivt'il  library Hhould also "w   |)p;vidwlll>"in������ 'i'"'"   Vjiiiuouvj-r hy Vlnii'������-  hy Hii-ih a Cfiilre of ilit.- coiiiiititu  iiy lift?" us the ciiim U o'ljjht to he,  Ail thi������, and more, mil b<* dim-  hy .my church in our toiuiiitiuiiy  wi'hoiit ovi rljiii'tlciiinj; i'Hcl! ii.*ri  oii.ily 'wiMi cxjjciif*!*, t-i* t-ntadiii};  mute lahor in ihclii'.v <>l coiinitit-  tn wi.rl; lluti iln.- ',.tn?*r.!;{ in-in  h?i:'hij>ol any live i ui.u h miyllt  eiiiiily to pr.jvidc.    w unoiit  im-  IIIUCll .'I'  Icii.'.l   l."i    it    .'iV     tVOIt'it'l  tltai ihe comitnuiiu a' lui'}.;e M'l.i  Uhfll lo iichuuKwii.il .*|*.iii. fiom  thc interest ol {he 'hfi-int/  lI'TiVtu iiel|i th'* tn in '������'ho hit-  (i;',iit lie can (I'nl;;' ' * -toit-s l<y  trying '> ' ]''>' ;i -' e*.   i' i.'-dv.      ll  Mil ll   .HI   ill    I VlU'.liU   '   ��������� .        ���������  ,i. t.    i >*������������������  ll.t,   .t     i, I .1.    '-J-.  -, I .I' ���������      > '. ������l   -  mny iiitvc i iim io.'i. ;ii 'is iiiuii.ii  ru;..i;a.. d *. !it* v.i; ii- - ���������* .v i'-' lo"  Miin    lilih eai i!j i*.  >.t ��������� me ,di,d-  ,;���������'   'A :< <��������� ��������� .t AV   \    -      ���������������������������  tUC  il-fi'l  liit oi,e nhutjld t������ ���������'*.'..������������������.   hion^ii  thi.** world ityiiu' t'.i.i., hianiHi.,  i "i.ifk    nud   Uiiii'i.i    )';.*���������    hi'ii'1  .. ��������� "!;,'.,    tl:"|ill-H1������,;     '��������� v: ���������      111-ih'-  i ( ,n������' a. f������ ii-iny   . ��������� il   ��������� Ihiiv. it,*.,  ,.j crmvdltttf ,i!l < I". - il.t-r troin  him.      Tli.a,  .'ij,' i   ,  ���������*���������   .i.i'.:!i������ .���������  ,   \ f ������."���������   . I   ' "  'I     '    > ��������� '������������������    ' \   : '   '    ' "  dsis'n lioiit,,  ���������Liiin ,'riniii������}i  ���������'HI    HIT  ti..!  1  inino  froni V'aiii'.ouvi'  ��������� bv Tnr  ,lay'���������  Inat  ,m~~~.������-  ..������.. ���������.mm.  -  Wilt won Moiuimi vi h/i  hint  bi'i'll  vihilinj.; rolntivi-K /iml r ���������  fll'Uili  i oid  l|l'i|l|iiilllll|li'lM  dir !tt('  tin*  ||:hI  wi'vk. ImI'lIuhI, 1  Viihiy f-  r hh, 1  1,'HI.'  III   VlHll'OllVI'l'.  .1 Hi      'Hordl'll,       IllM|ll'('|ll('       I'f  ^.���������hiinU, hitIwiI !n>t Priday oil a  'cur ul' mrpi-cUon, inid Ifl'l tiie |'ul.  iuMlii^ dny,  ElllfiilWo on mu) from tho ftrd,  jir-xiiiio, the following will he the  lull tu'Jiediile of our local mail  ''.'i-iiijii'i*;���������-City of NaiiHimo lenvt'K-  Nan inii'at 7 a. in,, on Weihii'i-  i'l'yit ntul PrithiyV uud tlu* (Jiieuu  <;i'ry leitvcH N'ltiniinio .10 ji. in,, on  /tloi'<bij> Oity of Kaiuunio leiiv.  ei* Coniox uc 7 ti, iu,, on TIiiin-  daya ntul Sfllurdiiyi*. ()ijcuii (,'iiy  h'i'vi'K Coini'X ut 1,11") p iu,, on  Tuwd/iyH,  jimbined Meeting.  A joint uit'iiiiiig of the Citizeto*  nnd    llin'i*lo|itii<'iit    Li'ii'.Mti'ti   win.  lli'l'l lit, t|l������   f'UIIUcil    <',llllll|l'l1l'K    Oil  Miiitdny ('i'ciiiii|f, I'ri'fideiil Slinw,  of tlio |)i'Vi������lowiiuiiil' Leu-Jin*, ,|it'ii-  'idiug. Th.* atleiidmiee' lliou^li  not a* l/it'^e wi it idiuiilij huVc heeii  ���������vhcii inijiui'tiiiil. niutti'iK are up for  ijiri'll^tOU,    Will*    II    hllltl/ltMll   otic,  The iimller uf building ItutkUH hy  tin* t'liiiipiiiiv iiiljuiiiiiij'' our city  u'/ii' fully 'I.M'iiHi'd, iil.^o tlm die  Minding ol lln'ciiiiipie y Irmu hiuhl  i  NOTIOE in hdroby given tluu 80 thy-  ul'itr ilno J j. t-u-l to npiily t������ t'ho Hon,  Tlio Cl.b-f O'/m- liKiimer if Is1 ndn nu  Wurlt- fit *��������� lloffi.-i' to pri',i|ie< t ur ������ ni  unit pctr.ilt'iiin itu(l< I* tin.' li miu in ^in'Moii  DiHti ol', Vu.(ti,iifir JduHt i tid iln/ur lit"l  iw U)'l.,w������:������������������('un'i/niii.'i.in? in, a piut, Ilut'i-  ������ii Ibetmib i>t/������iiil,i',vl in" I ilii/"M]J*jiiiB  Si/IIUll IrtHM! nil:,lit li) ������H,il||������  tlliiu lliit   UM  kliiit*, |/rt(Mi������iling Hi.it.iu n. ti'li Till oh tin.,  ii.iiidc Hci.t ii.,i (.'liii ii>. iiHii'.L- nut lit Ctl  fllmniA tlintuo nit' Ht) i')i.in* tn injUe  poiut. I!. OAli'UW (1JJ.M0N,  I it,11 J.;, I'litit, ftgrtlt,  (Httiil ."ftip'citil'or 'Hit, 11/Hi,  .������   ���������<**>���������*    t *���������****���������, mtm'   m* *f* t- i* m,*arm-n*mr**'i **<*,<- m ***.,.**,.  NOlItlK hi lur livf.lvt'ii t)i/(t  30 il/ij*  llfici*iltiu I intiti'l .o i.|i,.|y 11  iiui Iln.  '.lit!    Oft t f   Cl������|llllitli|lioil4f   Of    IiUlllllI    ftli'l  VVoiIti) lor it IJiiiiuit to jirnii|'i.'UC (iir roiil  ttiiill������nlt'iilumii mul.r llm l.ttiin in Nuldf.ii  Hutilot V������ii('..uv.,i J������Wi,i, iiiniduthiiUvd u*  (.il|.mii-l.'oiiiniiiin.'iii������ nl ii |imt  |,l������cu(l un  lm tii.uii lojirl.vy lm.) i,hlm i In ILyiiim  ftiiunl Lun..kImiih Di) ciuliu Imiii llm ,!���������*���������  ill.nr, iiii'iiiydiii; iimiiuo tutr.li   fit)  ii|i������itin,  luti'fl t������������t 70 nhitiiii, nnru i'.i  1'i.H, to Uni him ili.ru, tlmiiiii<  ("I tiwiiig iim n in li- r.< in a i.'.itliwo������tui|;  ilir.u limi uiiLl tii.i ii t ii.iiii-iniiiif tin. uortii  Uiunilnry litm nf tlm nld HnjiKiirtoituii  lumH), t.mi.u f Iliwimj miid iiniili li und  Ai'y linn .um1. CO i i.aiitK in ro nr Ic*h tu In-  Ulul t'oiiit,  K, T.C.MlK'*V(i)lt-������)N,  |iui K, I'ii.n,a4col,  httwlHpttmiitrtfUt, I DID  ���������>��������� ������������������mi ii������im������������������ i������������ni������. ������������������������������������.������������������  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY  PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND.  ncnnfwmimumiiaii  V.BOfiOSR  DISSOLUTION   OK  N HK'nlt IP,  !\fr nnd Mr/*. ,fi*lui    Kim -ci  'fitil'i, left   on   Sntidiiy   hi������i  \ JiliriillVltf.     All   J' l.'l'l'l  I" Hm fii  |    I, l>jH .i-.',|   HI,   tllll    1.Ill'   II   I    I      it       ,\,  tlli'li. lutidy (Mil Ii'iMII Ivivj im  ���������li, IV-iwr h/i" int y i i'i, in,.  .i inn1 lu������ will  Itn'iilc,  i\it any iiiore iioiihi'i* ui No 7 thnn  i*. iilin.iliilely iiiH*i������iin������r#v. The com  niilteeft from holh hengiieit who in.  n j-viewed Mhi.iii'ci' Hli'HiiK Koine  I'lini ll^o Wei'.''jii'iipp 'iliti'd to in-  ii'iview Mr t'liiiUuii on the iiinUcr  ��������� i* lii/tt f.'(iiitli'lii,ili IH e,'ijH*eled lo  .iirive in t"Wii flnirtlv,  *    Knit 11, *i.,|l I,,,l   ������.'.|u     l'|,,.|.H'i>||  '"mi linn W in 't'fti" h'Oiiin in ie  jily In it let ter fctil o- flu. Ilcvi'lnji  incut I.i'inj|iiit ni ii what'l' at UovV,,       .  .      .    , .,   .. ,     .   ...  jm,l I earned on I') J, N. McLcoi. All  J'ART-  NOTICK. In hereby ������lvcn thnt  the p.uttieiHhip firm ol" tMedeui]  tV liitiicy   wa.**    uismo\t"i   ovjj.  J.llli   lyit)     OV     Unit lull'    ktli.Mlii  and llie i'linilicss wiil in I'aluit- 1k-  (XlfinuUctUtref of miNBRflh WATERS.  LUhoiesalc Dealer io WINES, UIQUOR A SEER  P. 0, -BOX 140  PHONJS 80,,,.  CUMBERLAND  gtyXWIlWHIIWJIMIMWmW  Q. It. ASTON,  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER  PtRS'l'-CLABH RKPAIRINO OV ALL KtNl>8 DOKX.  ISNOLISH WATCHKS A 8PXC1AI.VV %M  All Work Ouarantmmts.  Next to TarbeU*9f  Dtuuuiiitir Ave,  *.- .^������i,  si iitsc^ tlmi iiii iippi'iiprni'i'in* li  lii't'ii   iiiiule   thi*'  V"'iv fur t*ueii it  T<������������ iiiitrriii*,'*' of   Mi"������  i'i.i-,'1.1.   |tili������   lioul.lui'i i*r  V���������  I.f Un j  H; th.' i  fMin't', in Mr.   A, Hunki.1 auk.  ������������������'lieu   Htipcii,  lni'k   jihici*  nt  ��������� ������i .ii i������n tSii'iirihiv, S'*j'.',  '.'Idi  .   ,  ,1    VJr.       |!|. ���������.,f  -.'. -.!,������.     I,-|,   .1,,  #.\- difji I.if the nuiHii'i'ii (<;h  iicroniiU mul dchi.s npiii'tit uud  din* ih*������ <i;iif| tinti ;m* t������iMihl������; it*  hpcciivtly, hy ami io J. N. Mt-  I.toil.  (Signed).J. N. MrI.co:l  IJ. W. ILiicy  PI^Si'll.f-'TlOV fl  mm&mwen\ey**-���������������i'i������i*t������������ww������-������������*������ .*.**>....-*<.  )'urc,-.',"'������fs.,:t)������  DpIU't.':!**, ml f-'-\ <��������� ;  i������i'f. 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M- O T Smulie }.'f������ i.v ������*r..hy,.|t.nd Uf< Ml  Huk^  ',���������,lit  OO II  *i OH    tl.'if      '���������     ))li.ll*.l..  j //f.ltMS   ���������������'  {������    C.        .Me-   S-i.'-' .   ������       ���������    -*',-    ! ���������,  -,!;,, I    .,������ '-������'!! ' '"' ������.''.. ���������"  I   . I ���������<"1""  .11(111. I  NOTHIL.  tti tlio mttt������r of tlm OffloUl Atlmltilitrn*  liur'n Aot antl AuimilinK Agin, mul  In tlm iiiuttcr nf I'. ItiHibiiit, ninii kiHiHD nt  Kpii.il���������nil KviHiild, dtioitiiMhl lnt������V������te  Ni.tioK In lienliy uiuii tint by oiilar nl  (Mi H"' nr .liiiJu������ Hirlnir, Hniwl Sha Uth  . Ity of Mrtp'tjiiiliOPi 1010, ifiulu in pnMi-  .���������ti ii ��������� f im ������ivl.oulli/ti In tlio Unun'y Oaurt  < ' i  (��������� -  ���������   t      1,.., I   f   iV,  iiu.liT 1,'i.nl OfllfM \iln\lt\l.tfittf.r f<������f  di.,! fni11 uf tln< I'diiTity nf Nmi������hn ��������� known  u tliv (lomox Klrctoritl U * riot. w������ only  ��������� "fi.liittfil ii'lmftiirttr-it'irnl nil itnil ���������inffio  lur tlm Mttnto. ftlKuU mul orimlit of tha  >;>. , i i.  i  All ilebta iluo (Ih) ������*UI������ ������������������( th* Mia do*  itt-wKil Hunt bo jinlJ ultlioiit <lel*y U the  .iiii|*/#l/iiffj ^ihI nil <jIhIiii������ igatrnd, iIjimmI  m' ui' niiiHt bo |if >��������� ntit'l <o ui* iluly vori-  tlmi, wltliio thirty tli)*������ ttm tlw dito  !;t f.      W. W. WlLl.yil),  Oilifi������l A.m nl'tr tor.  lint t -it Ciimli'ikiiil, IM!, thU8titdny  ni   cD'itn'trr, tiHo.  Iciiimit /tno wi������l������.'-; oi fci.it.. liial  lit   Hill. UO   f'.MlU I'I  lilt'M'..     .1.1     til*)  11 fl I; U.tt f"*r- '���������* th-\ t'-'nti!.*.  5  r,\k'."������w;|f.������i;  ..ill,*  Wwl*,  W������i*'i������l������p.i  j NOTICK  j TKV(.M';l(< will he nilml for  \ in* *.-.'.- i in of n I wo **(trv ImiH(I������  ;ii;������ m i.'.niitfiliiy, iimll  HVhu-*-  ,|.iv, *i ...U-r .������ih, Hi ���������'������ ������t't'.h������ck.  i    I'ln m tcid ^|ii'i'ifiintiotm omii he  . ������������������!'���������, i,i i!t.   Utfi'i'ilde HtiU'l.  i    I.f .*.-���������.������ nr ������������i������ iinii*?r, i������t>i mw������  i������iif!lv ,i(v������ |itod.  NUTICK.  IN tlio mttt������r ur tlm Olllolil Adinlnlitrn-  turV Aot.ixl Ainwidlnif Act*, nn i  In tho nmtter of VV It inniuii, nWi, kti-n������i>  n������ WiJIUroOliver l������e������.mmi, d-w/mol  lnUitiito,  Notiue {h hnrt'hy givmi tint hy nidui' ot  HU Honor .I.i.l������n ilnrltor. iliiti.l thu Mtli  d*y of 8optnml������r, 1010, mu In in prmu-  I11JSO   Ol    mil   l,jHhl,*Xl,ill IU I'll' t. 0  I,  CiJmii ill Iwrnttd*!!'', \t .Vi ,il ,",i.f.{v.Ui>,\  1, tho it ul-jr.ijfmd, OtUihd AiliuhiMi* t������r  l������r tlut partolfnt'dUntv ������( N*n������lmD,  known m tit* ('.nil' x K'oittftrnl I) ilrlut,  ���������ni duly Bp)iiih)t������d ulmlnlrmtif cf nit  of tbo ������bn������*������ miwi'd il������oot������*d  Ail d������l> ��������� dn������ thf eat'le d Hi* nald de-  vataril mo4 bo pild wi'hfMIt .Ifl ������y to ili������  iind.r.lgiixl.fiidill oUltm iu������lnit th*  * id eittitmnot ha vt**������nutl to mo, duly  v*fi(l������d, nIUiIo th(.trtt*v������ horn tho do*  I'Orouf. W. W, VIIL.UUD,  Offl.ilil Ailtiilfimtro'flr.  Dated nt CuiilitirUnil, KO, llilo 81������t dny  t f fl< |it*mbor, 1010,  miimim ������������������������<!������������������������������������ ���������  ������������������w  NOTICE l������ ImwwIiv giviirt, ttint  f will uot I* wjVMiilWii for any  .Mite coutr������elcil lu mv n ft uie, hy  my wlffl, ������i tlw tutu teff toy hm}  mill ItonrA wi(h<mf Jiwt rniiH'  Wji   Yt-uta, Uljfomlili, R. (*.

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