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 '������      '     ���������"  .^,  ,vf  THE  NEWS.  I   -    0167  /   ;  ***'U.  %e/s/^v^^  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Coniox District.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  r  i**iM*������^**������Na#**i**i  THE BIG STORE  <V--N-SH������*MA������im  Considering the public first is really  considering one's own interest first.  The modarn way of doing business is to find out how  much you can afford to give for a dollar, charge as  much as the goods deserve and maintain both quality  and price. Buying is as important as selling. We buy  right. Years of experience have taught us WHEN  and WHERE to buy. The proof of what we say is  in the VALUES WE OFFER. This week we are  talking BLANKETS and COMFORTERS and  can offer you the finest selection ever shown in this  vicinity.  CUMBERLAND  B. C���������   TUESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1910  Subscription Si.00 a Year  Wool Blankets.  Dark gray wool blanket, 62x72, /lbs. $3.75  Silver" '��������������� ��������������� 64x84. 8 lbs. $500  Ideal, white, pure wool, 65x85. 7 lbs.   $'6.50  70x90, 8 ll>s.   $7.50  60x80, 6 lbs. $5.75  60x80, 6 lbs, S4.75  68x86, 8 lbs. $6.50  X  Peerless *'  .(       ii  ii  <<  (,  11  u  "        ���������"     extra fine   68x86, 8 lbs ������10.50  Victoria"     pure wool   64x82, 7 lbs. $6.50  ft  Onr Comforters range in prioe from  95.50 to $17*00. Our Stock is  large, and prices to suit all.  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Cumberland.  ���������Jjm*x*w'M*-*****w^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  OUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  &*  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  The annua! meeting of the  members of the Medical and  Relief Fund will be held in the  Cumberland Hall on Saturday  October ist, 1910,  Busimkss���������To receive reports and transact any business  that may be brought before the  meeting, and elect officers (or  the ensuing year  A full attendance is request*  ed    Chair taken at 8 p.m,  G, W, CUNTOV,  Secretary Medical Board,  WINTER SOHKIHJMi.  Hospital Auxiliary.  The ladies of the Coniox nnd  Union Hospital Auxiliary toka  this opportunity of thanking the  many friends of thc hospital who  so generously helped on Hospital  Saturday to make our collections  worthy of thc people of this district, Following is a list of the  amount received;  J N Mcleod, 5 per cent  on all cash purchases  ou Saturday $ x 1,05  Union liny    36.25  Coinox and logging camp   2076  "-���������*���������"������������������  Grounds     33.15  .... 137,95  ....   jn- 50  FOR  Furniture  Wallpaper  Mixed  Paints  Beds and Bedding,  ���������T.-T-ifi.it..T..?..*'-T.,T..T.,T..t..T..t..t..T..t.  vi "n rin hvi 11* i r  STOVES  and  ranges;  ~^���������"**" mmamaam  TRY THE  The Magnet Cash Store,  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  t  THE CORNER STORF "  You only need to  See our Windows  To see that we are   telling   the truth I  ������ when we say g  I NEW GOODS AEEIVING     f  ALMOST DAILY.  Speoial Showing of Latest Novelties in Ladies' Neckwear  and Belts. You cannot afford to miss them.  Our Fajp Stook is almost Complete and we do not know  where to put all the Goods.  Call and see our Blankets, Comfort erj>, Cretonnes, Boots and Shoes, and we will try and  shew the rest.  Po������������tbnll  Bnuk coruer  H.WM   il     IVIIJU  ��������� f     I II  .uvi  Total  - $395.65  Effective ott ntul from tlio tfrd,f    Tl,-rluITu     ���������. ,   ,    ,.,  tall t-ttlwhdo ot our local umi I  ���������tramon;���������City of Nanaimo l^ves  Nan imo ������t 7 a. m., on W������Jiim.  days nnd Friday's and the QiIWM,  City leave* Nanaimo 10 p. m��������� on  Mot-day*, a Cl������y of Nanaimo lenv.  **������ Coniox at 7 u. m., oti Tlmr������-  daya and Satnrday*. Qm*on Vdty  ****** Com* at us p. m., oi.  taenhya.  JVicuuvh- Um* Inrmn elvtten na  ttm ������ite of tlw ftritiah Columbia  I'liiveuit).  and election of otHcers on Thur*  'laylastintheK.oflMInll. The  Auxiliary has Imd a very success-  ful year, both as to membership  and finances.    The membership  [total* 175 in good standing itnd  'the amount of money   received  fiom nil fotiro during the year  waa I473.H4.   The following" are  the officer* Jor the ensuing year:  President. Mrs, A  McKtown  Vice-President, Mt*.   Pctcey  Secretary, Miss Taibel)  j    Tnawtr, Mrs-lMhiMii.  Harvest Home Services.  Harvest Home Thanksgiving  services were couclucted in the  Methodist church last Sunday.  The church was very prettily  decorated with vines and flowers  twined about the railing of the  ros'rum aud choir, festooning  organ und chandelier, and massed  before the pulpit in delightful  profusion. Mingled with theso  and decorating the windows was  a display ot some very fine vegetables aud fruits, while "heaves  of wheat aud oats tastefully arranged added significance to the  d carat ions- Arches of wheat  and oats and trailing vines spanned thc entrances to the aisles!  and completed the scheme of decoration very artistically, The  decoration committee is to be  congratulated.  In the evening Rev B C Freeman addressed a good-size'l con-  gegatiou from the text: " He  muketh pence in thy borders, and  lilleth thee with the finest of the  wheat," With passing reference  ���������v tho magnificent resources of  our country he pointed out the  appropriate application of the  text to the privileges which wn*  enjoy and our dependence upon  thu Almighty's hand, exhorting  his hearers to manfully meet their  responsibilities as citizens and  electors, aud to maintain a spirit  of grateful reliance on God Who  alone triveth the iiirtrme.  At iho clone of tlic sermon the  choir gave a very pleasing rendering of Gounod's chorus "Praise  ye thc Lord."  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland 19  ^������9������999fW������9f99lf?*fW#9m-m?-m^#m  mmm&Smms  ������������������@������ *!������������������������������������������<sX������������������������(!W^  YOUR NAME IS GOOD,  s������@#  Cumberland Aerie, F.O.E.  Last Thursday night an Aerie  of the F.O.E. wns instituted here  with a membership of 96, and 20  more applicants yet to bo initiated, This Aerie has the honor of  having the banner installation  membership of any in the province, which speaks well for its  future.  The officers of the new Aerie  were installed by District Deputy  Fred Lynch, of Now* Westminster, assisted by members of the  Nanaimo and Ladysmith Aeries:  J R Mclvinnell, acting Grand  President; A E Hilbert, Grand  Past President; Wm McKinucy  Grand Vice, and W H Philpott.  Grand Chaplain,  The new lodge was organized  in the Oddfellows' Hall, after  which nn adjournment wns made  to the Cumberland Hall, where a  social evening wns spent.  Visitors from Nanaimo were:  Messrs. J. R. McKinnell, W II  Philpott, Win McKiuncy, H Mc  Millan, lieu Firci'mmer, A A Dav  is, Uert Home, C Rawlinson, A  E Hilbert, Fred Whiteside, and  Hugh Thoriiley nud EH Rowland  from Ladysmith.  ANYTHING IN  THE  .  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  STODDART  THE JEWELLER.  ImT* Next door to the Royal Bnuk of Canada, Cumberland.  Ottawa, Sept 39.���������The Caua- I    Melbourne, Aus��������� Sept.   27,-  linn Gazette announces thc summoning of parliament for Nov. 5,  but the opening date ot thc session will probably be Thursday,  Nov. uth.  WFHPWgTgMqrf��������� 'T  Tne new liquor license law h  already having its effect in Knm-  loops whirc a hotelkeeper wns  fined froo and costs fur giving  liquor to a man apparently under  the influence.  Kaalo is the last provincial  j ciiy 10 adopt municipally the  j priiiciplc* of the uew license act.  j The commissioners have just  j railed before them all local Been*  j *"t* and emphasized their inten-  | tt 11- of fully enforcing the drav  I tic provisions of tbe proviticit  1 a*.  I'"!'  The Irnns-Pacic steatnshtp service already arranged between  New Zealand pons and San  Francisco would be extended to  British Columbia ports if thc pre  micr of Now Zealand had his way  ���������  Manager Lawrence of the Ui^  Store, and bride, nre i������xjm'<SimI  homo early next week.  tarn* mmmmmm "**  Mi** ftetisiu Munlock left by  v'" \,y������]f ���������*'. im Vancouver,  MEW FAIL CLOTHISG  How about tliat new suit and  overcoat for Fall?  NOW is the time and thin is thc RIGHT  PLACE to tf-a than,  VVV havf just npi?n������������<l up mir new " !��������� IT-  RITIi" for F.dl. and you should not fail to  at*, thi; siylen and jntifrms iK-fon; you decide*  on tht: suit you are going to wear.  See our overcoats with (he' Presto'  Collar.   '  CAMPBELL BROS. aJWSSR^^ >3fe  M THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  * His "*  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  ���������I "Tilli.: A MennatuU Mud."  a**m****tt, aw. by .Xfc,a-jr*.rttmpi*Ca.  (Continued.;  * suddenly di'op-  mournt'uiiy,   -u  "But," her c;u'"i���������"���������������������������  ped, ana sue spoke  can't last, you kuow."  "So. Vour aunt ia going to lake you  ta Europe!"  "Yes."  "She says you are wild to go'."  "Ob!" She lifted her head and flung  back a lock ot hair from her eyes.  "In splto of all the delights that  ���������wealth can give, what Is it all when it  can't feed the soul, when the heart is  always longing���������for just one thing  that"��������� She checked herself, and again  ter head drooped.  "And that one thing, Eunice?"  She raised her eyes to his. "It is  you I have wanted! Rather than go to  Europe���������so far away from you���������I  would  hrlng back those days of lost  think better of himself than I thought  to ask a womap to make such a sacrifice.  "The possibility that you might tliink  uio a fortune hunter I put aside as an  unworthy thought of you.   That your  aunt might attribute such a motive to .  rae���������I was indifferent to that, though j  I believe she  would  favor me as a' i  suitor,   she's  so  daft  about   'family.' ;  And she's not mercenary  either.    So j  ray owu comparative poverty  would '������������������  uot stand In my way with tier.  "Then  I   reasoned that ln denying  my heart I risked not only my own  'lie's  happiness,  but yours  as  well.  Fortune   huuters   would   swarm 'like,  bees sibout you, and in your guileless-  ness how easily you might be deceiwd  into a wretched marriage! Why should  I step aside for others even less worthy  than  myself?    I  wanted you  now-  now while that sweet wild wood flavor  was upon you!    Perhaps you  would j  never lose it if I took you to myself .  and kept you so close to'me forevet j  thnt the world coald not get near to i  you.   "Why should I leave It to others j  to enjoy the eharminjj opening up of  your young  mind to  the   wonderful  panorama  of life, for who could de- [  light more than I ln the unfolding of!  your beautiful spirit?   Had I not dis- ]  covered you?-, Why should I not have j  my veward?    Why should I not woo j  you. marry you, travel with you  all I  over the world, teach and guide you j  where I  could and myself be taught <  and guided  by your womanly  loveli-1  uess'!   Eunice, I was almost appalled j  wheij  once I gave rein to myself at ���������  the strength of my love for you, for I  felt the hurt of It almost as much as  the ecstasy.  "I tried to persuade myself that your  love for me was as fundamental, as inevitable, as mine for you, but the very  force of my own passion made me distrust the sophistries of my selfishness.  I knew that if I would not degrade  my great love for you I must put your  best welfare above my own desires. I  must leave you free���������until you hild  taken your bearings in the world and  had found yourself. And then, if it  were not too late���������  "That thought gripped my very soul!  "And so, Eunice, as I am a man and  not a god, my love and not my reason  camedl-.tha^aj^and_I^m^ere_jvjth_  you!"  He stopped in the solitary path into  which they had strayed and opened his  arms to her.  T  lie suddenly caught her luind.  summer on the farm���������yes. even those  days before we had spoken together at  all���������for at lenst I then could seo you  every dny face to face."  "Eunice! It's no uso! We can't be  "wise,' you and I���������we can't struggle  against tho Inevitable! The power  that draws you and me together is  stronger than our wills���������wo must yield  to Jt!"  She drew lier hand away from his.  "No, no! If ynu mean wo must yield  to It at the expense of another girl's  happiness, I will not!"  "Georglana. .vou moan?"  "Vou nro betrothed to lier."  Tho devil I iim!"  "But you are 'ns good ns.'"  ���������That's hor Idea, not mine, I never  originated it. And If I hnvo any In-  floence wllh myself "-  "You told tno yon loved her!"  "I spoke flguratlvely. j mean I loved  youth,  bounty, grace."  "Oh!"  "Pon't you sop?"  "Flense to label your remarks to mo,  ���������literal' or 'llgmatlve,'" She was  ���������peaking ipiHe seriously, wllli ji look  of bewilderment; "or I may mlHunder-  stand yon painfully!"  "No. Eunice, you nnd I will not nils-]  nnderHtntiil ouch other again.   I*'or wo  shall   speak  llie  sumo  language-tlio  Inngnnge of nur hearts!"  "Hut If It was not Miss Ellery, what  ���������wn* It that kept yon from mo when  you wanted to enme'f  "I will tell you."  Ho drew ii long, deep breath, then  half tumeil to her im lie walked beside  hor a iul talked.  "It was while the tluyn drugged by  When I xvnn nulling for a letter from  you, nnd my heart grew sick with  hope deferred thnt n great truth begin) to dawn npnii me. I eiiuie Into  the realization that my whole horizon  waa colored by (lie thought of Eunice:  (hot iu thinking of her I found my  only Interest, my only huppliieMM- tlmt  In th* meeting of her life nnd mine,  (lie-   u, ..,.   '.   .       '       **'..* '""   '"'.  hei������o met nnd fed: nnd nt hi������f I einne  face to face with the knowledge tlmt  Hhe wan nil to me (hat a woman enn  Le to a niiiii; that ! loved her utterly!"  Eunice walked nt Iih shin like one  moving In n dream, yor n moment  tUv ���������..',.-.. - '.- .-��������� ��������� .. ". ... " . ! ' !  ���������with tbelr Ktroug eiin.tiuii.  "And then," he presently went on,  Ibe gravity of bin vi.iee miming lier  throbbing heart, "ciime my bitter  atruggle with myself, I wiih not willing to take ndviiiitiige of your litexpc.  rtenoe-A'Anvi' v������n imd Imd nn opportunity t" Ki-e tit her iiieii. I knew yon  enred fur iih*. but h������w lonlil I l*> sure  that jour feeling wmiM u-iir the tent  et jour larger knowledge uud experience? nearly my ti.im.nible course  wa* to ������m! silent, io withdraw Into the  twrkgronnd of your life, until you  ltownP curie Into ,1 nuinirv <md������'r*tand-  ffifl* of emir tfto hvurt  "Then, the simplicity of the life t  IirOOld have fu i-dTer ."I tm tb" wife of  a teacher compared with (lie hrylbmt  career jr<������i n.i^ht hue |..r<".������-.������..~l ������>f  large   iw;iti*~ u   m;iri   w<>iM   h,-iv������������   ������<i  CHAPTER XXVII  T will bump you to hear it, Georgiana, and I'm awfully sorry for  you, but I can't help It," said  Daisy, as one afternoon in October the two girls strolled about tho  campus; "I've got. to tell you. Vou  are laboring, under the delusion that  Kinross is in love with you���������we can't  of course, understand bo������v he can help  being, when he had the ohnnco of  watching us for four weeks without  our knowing it But," she added In  the tone of an oracle, "ho Is not! Hotter you should know it now while none  of your feelings except your pride are  in toed up and beforo you,,hurt poor  Gateshead to the point of driving hlm  Into my arms."  "How can you possibly know anything of Dr. Kinross' feelings, Daisy?"  Georglana asked. "Ho ls not n man  to finunt them before the public. And  I don't suppose lie has taken you Into  his confidence!"  "Oh. but ho has!"  Georgiana turned nnd looked nt hor  quickly.   "What do you mean, Daisy?"  "lie not a man to flaunt Ills feelings!  Gracious, ho enn't repress himself! Ho  just has to let out to every pnsserhy!"  "And has ho confided to you that he  ls not In lovo with me?" Georglana  smilingly Inquired.  "Jle mndo mo hoar tho whole story  of Eunice���������her turning out to bo nn  heiress nnd tho daughter of ono of tho  oldest and liest families In tho country, Well, Georglnnn, no mini looks  ns lie looked while speaking of that  girl unless ho bim gono tho way of all  Hush nnd beeomo mail with lovo. You  would huvo seen It for yourself, but  for your prepossession thnt ho loved  you. Whnt. a cliuncn I missed myself,  or If I'd dreamed Ihnt l>ote wim hliii���������  I menu lie���������I might hnvo had n fry nt  lilm myself, for I do llko the croiitiii'o  nn hor. It Isn't his fault tlmt. all tlm  girls get silly about lilm, yes," she  wild thoughtfully, "If I'd ever dreamed  nf his being himself I certainly would  lm vi* given my attention (o his ease,  fur I know the mun Is rather fond <>f  me -you mayn't hnvo noticed It-imd  my own private opinion Is Unit wo  wero iiuiile for ench oilier. No hope.  fi>r any of iih now, though, not even  for you, Georgie. lie's shelved! The  long lost heiress littn hlin. Whether  tie hus her I dou't know. I'd love to  nee hlm refused. I'd like to Imve u  vlmnee lo refuse hliii myself.   Though  '..   .������������������'. I.   .,   , ,,���������tln<*..i..."    If  li,.   ,.,,.,(!,,���������,���������|  to want me, I'd think about It. As for  you, <ieorgliimi, you'll have to content  yourself with GntoHlioiid."  Ge������rglann laughed. "Vour gratuitous siiriui.ii'H, my dear, are all wrong.  How could  n  man  like   Mr.  Kinross  Hue, ii sort of servant to the lartiier's  fwiitly? She was n little lens lllitomto  lliiiu the rest, but n simple, uiieilucnt-  ,-d country girl nevertheless. Why, |  never saw J ir. Kinross speak to lu<V."  "lie spoke to her whether we snw  film or not."  "lie Is too clever a mini and too fas-  HdliiiH to boeome enamored of :tti un-  H<ip!il������.tlei;t,H| country girl." Gcm-gutm  repeated confidently. "The Idea in absurd "  "He Nice*, adore*, worship* herr'  l������iiHy ariirii-H. "Hon mad tiimtit uor.  Wb.it, t :i.t,*, t* more nlbiv'*^ *'��������� n  xvarld wt-iirv evttle thun rur.-n  Uyr  "Knr.il  simplicity,"  r������>n*������no  ���������tUutn,  -y  *.er<'  welt to  i*,>  tJ.it.k l ������l<ifi't underrate I ������ %,  It* i hart.),   It it n h!g!,!v ������m:;i:.'  tal and spiritual organism like that ot  Dr. Kinross could not be at one with  a simple organism like that of the girl  Eunice.   It stands to reason."  "She was duplex or complex enough  to land her fish!" Daisy vulgarly declared. "And to think. Georgiana. how  you missed your chance wheu you had  bim all to yourself for a whole month  -for, of course. I wasn't in the way."  "So doubt Dr. Kinross found 'ray  true self more quickly because of my  unconsciousness of his presence than  If we had come together in tbe ordinary wuy and been hampered by conventional forms and reserves."  "And maybe that's why he fell in  love with Eunice instead of you."  "I don't follow your reasoning."  "Clear as mud! He fouud you too  superior. Prefers rural simplicity. I  ask you," she demanded, with a theatrical wave of her hand, "why he ts  now, at the very beglnuing of the term,  away from college���������in New York or  Newport or some place? Echo answers, 'Lie's gone to see his girl!*  Here comes your venerable young father!"  President Ellery, white hatred and  wrinkled, but vigorous, came toward  them in the path a cane in one hand,  nn open letter in the other.   ���������  "I have a letter from Dr. Kinross,"  he announced, waving It before them.  "Bad news! He's resigned. But we  shall not accept his resignation. We'll  give him a year off and get his promise  to return next fall���������with his bride.  He's nbout to be married and Intends  to spend a year iu traveling with his  wife in Europe and Asia."  "The unfortunate lady's name?" Inquired Daisy, for Georgiana could not  speak.  They waited breathless while President Ellery slowly took out his eyeglasses, adjusted them and examined  the letter.  "Miss Eunice Wolcott."  ,  "Stuug again!" ������cried'Daisy, totter*  ing.  The two girls walked on, while President Ellery proceeded in the opposite  direction.  "Please, Georgie. don't let it rattle  you." Daisy coaxed her. slipping her  arm through her cousin's. "As I said  in the beginning of my remarks to you  this afternoon, none of your feelings  -is~nsH������!et-engaga(L^oxj^[it^y^u,r_*Ti^dfc_  Tell me," she ���������demanded, with an air  of conceit "can I read men? Am I  observant? Am I cute and clever?  Are my perceptions keen? My parting  advice to yoti is. be kind to Gateshead  ,b'efore It Is yet too late and he snlth  iu his heart, 'I have no pleasure in  her.'"  Georglana withdrew her arm from  Daisy's. "I was mistaken In Dr. Kinross," she said, with dignity.  "So It would seem."'  "Ho is, after all, couunouplaee. He  was unworthy of the high friendship  I gave him."  " 'If you wnnt that, you must climb.'  Ho wasn't husky enough to do It."  "I had fancied him a mau." said  Georglana, Vto whom the low plane o������  the average marriage would'1 be Impossible, oue whom the mil verse would  call only to the highest union, But ha  was quite Incapable of meeting me.  A country girl's,pink and white prut-  tlness"��������� Sho shrugged her shoulders,  leaving her remark unfinished.  "It only goes to show," said Dnlsy,  "that there Isn't the least use sporting  up for a mere man, nor yot In making  an effort, I don't really believe En-  nice tried for Pete. After this I'm go-  lug to live up to my favorite motto,  'Let Things Slide.' Vou come out better ln tho end."  nu: ic.vn,  WORLD'S HOLIEST CITY.  Benares Swarms With Sacrecl Beasts  as Well as Sacred Men  THE ROYAL CUSTOM.  Valued Above Every Other Advertise"  --    ment by British Tradesmen.  The holiest city on the face of the j Natural!*/ enough, the British  globe is Benares, writes 1-rank tt. | tradesman values no advertisement  Carpenter   from there.    All who   die - - - ...  WILL YOU WEAR THEM?  Th������ Painted Slipper* That  Ara   Smart   This   Season.  ,   ....    ......    ..........    ..-I-.'-    " ���������   - .. ���������      , tvullJ    ll lltli-ZMUIIl     mill    llll."*    lur-    i,,y.,i  )to bathe   m  the   holy Ganges  which [ custom must1 send in his bill at the  ivi   i,..,<>>       ...      ,..���������.       ,.*...,,     v r- -���������- |  L-UMUIll     lUilS.  flows by it   will   make you   eternally i emj of   ���������lt.   month.    It is   eomtmred  happy.    It is the greatest pik'nmnge i w*tj, |,js |(1(ll,(,r account i{0pt at Marl-  j city on   earth.   The   tomb   of   Con- ; li0rou������li House, and if correct is paid  j furious   in China, thc birthplace   of ; -n tm> (irst week of the month.   No  Mohammed     at    Mecca     and     the discount is asked on anv of the roval  I Church   of   the   Holy ��������� Sepuleher   at , accounts'; a tradesman "who receives  j Jerusalem  all put together have not j t*,ie rova| oustnm js informed thnt be  | half   the   worshipers.   More   than   a  th  th  nlf   the   worshipers.   More   than   a : must suppiv j,00c}8 at t]K, |oWest re���������.  iillion pilgrims annually kneel at ; 8onuble prices, and there is never  ..iese shrines. In ' coming to them , anv attempt at bargaining by the  thousands have prostrated themselves , 0ftc-.H\ ()f tl,e r0VH*, houeeht.M. lf a  again and again, measuring their j tradesman is thought to he making  journey by thoir own lengths and i extortionate charges he simplv loses  every pilgrim thus   goes around   the j tn0  roV)(j CUS!(MT)";  1. _ 1 ..     ������-     ������.*..������     Il.n       nl,,.        r,-, ,l l: J r������ IT       u     ' s.        , -    . .... ���������������        ,t ,  ........ custom.  : ..>,..,  .-!���������. ��������� -   --������������������;���������.     . ���������        I    Conl   is   supplied   to   Marlborough  (circuit of 4fl miles. This pilgrimage | House bv contract, the contract betakes six full days and the route is j ing rmlflft for thmj venrs a,K] t|10 con.  marked  with temples and shrines. ....  ., ....    r,-_, :  arked  with temples  and  shrines. ! tractors   paid  in   equal  half   vearly  Kverywhere  in   the   city  Brahmin i pByn,ents.    Window  cleaning,  carpet  riests nre consoling and fleecing the cienr,-ng  ftnd  chimney   sweeping  are  ll<-rims     Thev can   be told   by the | ���������n ,i������������������,\  i.��������� ���������,.���������,���������������������������*    ,,���������a  ,i,���������   ,������i���������ca  pru.,,.. .... ���������..., ���������  .  pilgrims. Tbey, can be told by the  caste marks on their faces and half-  naked bodies, and by fhe white  strings around thoir necks. There  are more than 30,000 of them in  Renares, near the temples and under  great umbrellas down on the Ganges.  They will cure your sins for a price;  they also take care of idols to the  number of a half-million or more.  nil done by Contract, and the, glass  frames o* large pictures are also kept  clean  by contract.  Servants' winzes are paid monthly,  the upper servants being paid by  check' sent to each from the treasurer's department. The King's accounts  for clothes, cigars, theatres, newspapers, books and other personal  .miner oi u jnui-imm������i������ ������. *"y~* i articles are sent to Ins secretary, not  Benares is a city of sacred beasts ��������� the ,r0!lsurer% an(i ure also paid  as well as of sacred men. It swarms ; nl0lUh]v King Qeor<:e always likes  with sacred cows and great white ; to gce -hpse acC(;unts before *h*>v ar<>  bulls with humps on their backs, it t pHnf-���������'ncj a was once ., rule that 'hev  has sacred apes and a great temple ; should be initialled by him before  in   which   the   monkeys   live   witn ; u       were  discharged-  Durga. the goddess of suffering death. ;    Durga is supposed to love blood.  She has a necklace of skulls under  her blood-dripping mouth. She is  crowned with snakes like the Medusa, and her face is covered with  gore    She is fond of sacrifices,   and  STAGE SUPERSTITIONS.  Ill-Omens Which Actors and Actresses  Fear.  To whistle in a theatre is a sign ot  gore, bhe is iona oi ���������*"^'.'"-^" ''"���������' To whistle in a theatre is a sign  thousands of human beings t������ t))e ^^ ]wk {n ^ world_ ftud lhere  been killed on her altars, but tne js no of(eilce {or which a nmn.,ger wiil  British have forbidden this now. Ihe. , sco]d ,m eninloye more qujckiy.  monkeys throng the courts Pj . ^ ; Vaudeville performers believe it is  ���������temple' and live in the trees wniui , h&d ]uej. {o chai e tv,e costUmes in  hang over it lliey are sacred to whjch they (irst achieved success. Old  Vishnu, another great deity, ana \ actors bgjieve the pitches' song in  are kept   revered * as^ representations ; ..Mnebeth.. t<1   possesR   the uncanny  ;of_Uie������m^jkfi3L^_^a5iJ!iin^COu1'j_i-)ower of casting evil spells, and the  sidered gods and god_desres~-Trno . [najoritv- o{ th������rr^fonglT^Mik-rr-to'  must not be touched.    They are lea ,��������� ^^ .^ t]je pie(?e    Huni the tune in  the" hearing of an old actor, and the  niAitn-v������       t-.-u*.**-'      ......      ^ -  must not be touched.    They  'iy the priests and pilgrims and are  fo t-nne that they will come to your  fee*.  Will He De i Second "Ranii"?  chances are you, will lose his friendship.  Actors, says Mr. T. Sharper Knowl-  r."-'" "A    i -i ���������   ...���������,  ,un.  =������     son> in "The Origin of Popular Super-  Prince Gaekwar. v.bo  was the  se-    8liti d Cu^ms.. (^ernor *������   .  cond  highest  scorer, for fhe  tenHe- ��������� rie)     ,iU not re     t tl)Qv ,agt ]ines ^{  men of hngland against Oxioni Um- ; a   ,       t rehea4al    nor wiH t|,       0  versify recently, is a younger sot, ",       <..'    .       ���������   ,       ���������,        .       T.i/i.,bAt  His Highness the Maharajah Gaekwar , ola��������� 0-S?h     they cat aioid  of Baroda   who will shortly nrr ve m   f, ������ <^\f >  the^c.n a������o,d U.   Le  Bn inn with gifts ������������' Hi^Mnitety. re- ; wh     ^ki       , f  ���������> ,  ^  ;i ported  to  be ol  such  splendor  and ,       Qr   ,    J    Q. ��������������� ,   ,  [mmmmmm  men living    He possesses the finest | J1'   M ������������ n o \ mught to ex   i an  collection of rare und costly jewels in - inji;ioU8 ,nfluorneo.    B  He is Ihe owner of the most famous 2' mIu^M Tx-tlC  diamond necklace in existence, com- i * ,^ " "'^,c '������ J������g 1 wrinB  posed of 200 brilliants of marvellous , ff''\'������ tl    M l!/IS  tiuritv   unit wnrlb well   river   HI IHV1 OfMl -l lj  ''i   (lUl*     l llUlts ������'   nieillOry  life  |lUO  r    ;       i     LSritiSi; i attributed by nn actor to the costume  UTw^.tL'-. J!="������i St ':~'������^-^^:'- ������������;  j aling beauly.   The ({ems in this carpet , '    j nro valued nt $4,000,000, and it is tlie  1 product ol three years' work ol skill-  ' ed artists nnd jewel-setters  ���������i'Hji'fe.  ������leor-  ���������������������������.v.     (  ���������*, l:.e:i-  Feminine Raffles.  Thieving for fun is rather nn unusual pastime for young women, In  KcJi.'ihtirjfli two smart younjf ladle*  plemkul rniilty the other day to lifty-  eijrht different chargca of theft. The  articles wore taken Irom different  shops In Hdinburgh nnd Glasgow.  The accused had visited shops and  asked to see jjouiU ostensibly (or thu  purjxjse of purchasing them, hut while  the shoo iiMnisfant's attention was diverted the thefts hnd boon committed. No attempt had been made to  dispone of the goodn. It was stntod  on holuilt of the prisoners that tho  thefts Imd been committed more from  a spirit of m".chief thun criminal in-  toiil. The iwitfietriito described Iho  ni*' ns an extraordinary one and  sentenced each of the nceuiiod to two  mouths'  imprisonment,  An frith Miser.  The Ktnry ol a fairly rich pauper  conies from llownimtrick, County  ))iimii, v.!11��������� ri��������� an <dd wornun named  IhiM' Smith was removed tn tlio work-  limine hospital. She was in receipt  of outdoor relief, and thought to bo  very |������oor. When senrcherl $.'fti.ri wn������  found cecrrted among her elntheK. On  the [Hilieo exiiminiui,' the house, a eur  prising uiixniut of wealth was found.  In boxes and tied up in rugs, iioWm,  gold UUU silver lo Uie bitiii v.������iuc,  ..v..'-.. .'ti    .f   t'.i-   t-V,    fiiiind   on   her  ] jierson, of ntwuit $|,jjnn was discover-  e<l, Motlwnton garments were found  hi four Ihj.v-'.h, and nWit a Aoue ot  ten and half arwt.of sugar, was dl������-  i eovereii ill jtotnto liiigH.  Irish Vlllnc" ������t Fair.  The "IvmernM iAe" is represented  nt the .lapnn-Nritlidi Kxhibition, pre*,  ently iK'itig held in l/uulou, by a pic-  turesijue Irish viltnire. There are  some score* of pretty eolleenn from  the South nml Hoiithwert of Ireland,  nnd tbey nf<rtt'itl>!>' l< ;���������,.��������� u.-tr;i'.'- tli"  I pretty ounlltie* of the Irmh ttmiden*  111 -,i,,tf* "od ililllee M IliV lri������ll tji,'���������\*t  lllld litttthlftm Uti> <Hl Vi.;������. Iitld the vll-  1 liifit** promise* to bo u treat cueci-x^  Oitmaf Swamp.  Tti^ ninrrim ���������w.iiiip i������ i������ iilriN' pnra  d\*e ll hoii**������>��������� i*������.-ry e ������^";vulile kind  ������������������uut tbey all *liu.'. pip* .i,' niiiM'e n||  Uie time nl The inji ot i!������etr hiujih In  otn-n pini*^������ von are onlv .km uxionnllj*  aware at tlio iiiit<titti<liii.ni-< nf,. go tug  -m tit ih"������ ir������*������ In ll.e iwiiwp jou  nevet furget It.  Workmon as Cabinet Minister*.  Where is there n more domwrntia  Cabinet tluin that which to-day eon-  frols the destinies of tho Australian  Common wealth? W. M. Hughes, now  n barrister, but once n swngmiin, nnd  later n bookseller, is Australia's Attor-  nov-General,  Honorary    Ministers    Prtizor    nnd  A Thrilling Wreck.  Tha  story  of  tlw  roscuo  of  three  hands of the mackerel boat John nnd  Abel, who were brought to the harbor  'by the fishing bont King Edward lin*      ���������, _,       thrilled  Yarmouth,   Hug.   The John   pindley   nro  by   trade  engine-driver  nnd Abo] whh n mile and n had from   ���������mj printer respectively; President of  tho Cross Sands, when Henry Bird, a 1 tlic*  Senate  McGregor is a  builders  hnrdv suit of "fl, who was steering, I laborer;  Home  Depiirtment  Minister  was startled to see tho wntor coming j o'Mnlloy, an   insurance   ngont;  Doln through  the  bottom  bonrds,    Ho i fnnoo  Minister  Pearee,  a carpenter;  nhoutod U������ his mutes, "She's burst." ! Trndo nnd Customs Minister Tudor, a  .meaning  the    flu*   bont  had   pnrtod   f0n. hntlor; nnd Minister for Kxternol  ! asunder, and tlie   next   moment  thu i Affairs Bntchclor, nu engineer,  I storn wont down and nil threo were ���������    Postmnstor-Gcnernl   Thomas   is   a  I llun������' on to tlm henp of nets curried   r,dnor, while, prior to entering  Par-  iu tho bows, which, having corks nt- I linment,   Andrew   Fisber,   Treasurer  ! tacbod, kept ahovo wnter,   The threo . flI)d }*r\nw Minister of tho Common-  ' men clung to the nets n������ their own , wealth, on mod his living ns a work-  ��������� boat sank beneath them.   Tho King '- jng miner in the gold-mines of Uyni*  i Kdwnrd nailed   ns  nenr  to  them   u* j pje, Quoonolnnd.  liowiblo and lifebuoys wore Hung to ;    q{, the rneti  who have thus rinen  ! the num.  Thoy wero hnulod through   (rnn, \]W rnnks of lnbor to the high.  i the wnter for sixty ynrds before they ��������� 0st positions In a grout Dominion, flvo  were  got wifely  on  to tho  rescuing j nr0  Auslrnlinti, two  are Scotch, one  ilmat,    Out* of the threo  wns so fur ; Ainorlcitn. and  Walex  nnd  Cornwall  gone that it wns nn hour nnd n halt I supplied   the   Aitoriieydiru'rnl   mid  ' belore he could bo brought round by    postiuiiHter-Generul rcsjioetively  , artillcinl reHpirntlon. ���������    WHITE KID WITH PLOWEB DESIGN.  White kid slippers are nor new ancfc  strange accessories of the smart toilet,  but these same slippers when hand*  painted in tlorul effects are very stun-  uing. and. wbut is equally Important,  tbey are uew.  Tho illustration glveB one a very  good Idea or tiow charming a white-  kid slipper may be when painted lis  a graceful torgetraenot design. Any  small blossom will serve as a motif,  and the coloring should be such a������  will tone in witn a certain costume or  be Inconspicuous enough to "jibe" welt  with most ot the gowns in one's wardrobe.  Hints Worth taking.       ������  For Rainy Days.���������A good way to*  Jsgep-your skirt from gotdug_dlrtvjHn(g_  wet on rainy days Is to put a piece or  biaak elastic wltb hook and eye on-  ends arouud the hips over'your skirt.  Pull up the skirt ou all sides, put on*  your cont. and no one will notice it.,  The skirt will stay up and relieve you  of holding and crushing It  For the Mattress.���������When cleaning?  bouse get a quarter of a yarn ot strongr  ticking and cut nnd sew double on the-  sides of your mattress for bandies.  , You will Hnd it n great help In lifting-  nnd turning the mattress over.  Keys.-Try tying keys to doorknobs*  with a loop of narrow ribbon, tt will  save a search for a missing key, par-  ticnlnrly If there nre small children nt  the house who are fond of taking keys-  away.  A Nnll Hint-Nails used In bathrooms and kitchens on which damp*  cloths and towels mny be hung shoinu.  be painted with white enamel so that  tbey do not leave rusty marks.  Kor the Puce.-To protect the face-  when sweeping or doing other dusty  work smear cold creum on face audi  neek generously and dust talcum powder over it. This saves tbe pores of  the sklu from getting clogged wilb the-  dust.  Good Soup For Boys.���������Pick up bltw.  of soup (tint nre left around the*  house, melt, stir tn cornmeol to thicken nnd make cult os ot tbe mass. When*  cold this makes excellent soap for tbe  small boys lo get dirt out ot tbelr  kuuckles.  Try Thsm For Dinner,  For strawberry patties toko one and.  n half heaping tablespoonfuls of powdered golailu, half a cupful of boiling:  wnter, oue tablespoonful of lemon*  Juice, four tiiblespooiifuls of sugar, one-  pound ot strawberries and three-quarters of a pint of whipped cream.  Pick the strawberries nnd rob sulllr'  Sacrificed $15,000 u Year,  Weather Forecast.  "I  do   nAt   think."   *nv*  Kdmnnd  WWW!  ,,,***     *���������*,*..    ..      .. . ,                  |       vjll        ������|-l          w.i,,.., .....       ,..,.,,.,,,.,  The wm of nn Uxbridge carpenter, j Yntes   in   his   book, "Recollections  ths Right Hon. Sir Hudson Kenrley. J and Kxperiences."   "1 ever   nu't   n  .       ....   I.. . ..    .1..   ~   ...w.M    l.,.t>  ,l,���������   .n. ,  ^...^        ..,,.._..        lw,*,���������r  mun more hopelessly deaf thnn  Charles KomMo nt sevently. Rome  of us wer* sitting on:> afternoon nt  the (Inrriek Club, when n tretnendoui  thunderstorm broke oyer the house,  -,..,     "      i   m.--   ...r -.     "It rnged with extniordlnnry fury,  evonttifilly ho rose to bo tho head ot | onn chip exploding *nn irnim; ������i..ii.������  the linn ui  Kciiii'i   .io.J T..i.j;<-,  th--   j,.,,,.^,,];.,), |y   :.\.cve  ������;  UVe  -\  volley  who hns been ninde n peer, hns the re  puttition ol being one of tho shrewd  est and tnost cnpnhlo men In the City  .' of Iiondon,   At fourteen ho heenmo n  clerk In tho City, nt twenty-one he  tui.iiniMja   for   himself,   and  grout   provision   inerehnnts.    Having  mndo u fortune, he turned his Htton-  1 tion to politic*, mul in IOCS wus np*  I pointed  secretnry  to   tlio   Board  af  Trade.   Then, when the Port ot l/m-  nun .nuiieii.v.i Wm .' ���������'. ���������    .."'",���������*���������  i eii the post of Minimum, but refused  ! u������ take nny salary for the onerous du-  j tics thu |K>sltion entails.  \    Miss Margaret Cooper's First Fee.  Kew artistes appearing on the stage  ot artillery.  "Wo looked round Ht ench other  iilmost in horror, when Churl*** Kom-  blo, wlio wns ciilmly rending, lifted  his eyes trom hi* hook nnd snld, in  i;    <;,,..,, ..m.i.hi   *| thiol/ wo me en*  iug to huve some thunder; 1 feel it  in my knees,'"  A Clever Bloodhound.  "fhiHlower." tho Wiltshire police  bloodhound, which  is  being trained  rmuwnKnnT rarnae,  dent of them tbrougb a slevo to maker  liulf u pint of puree. Warm this puree-  slightly, ihen add golutlu dlawilvvd l<������-  ihe bulling witter, augur and letnnii  juice. Allow to cool silghily ond foul  In whipped creum. Divide tbe mixture into iresti putty omen and mt  a ti ,i,i in a nnt) j/lniy. JXiromlv n)!,'j  wnipped creum and ripo utrawbcrrle*.  rew nrnsii-p iippennng uh wie nttige i oiooiiuouiin, wiiiiu ,n ukiiiu vrnioon  nf the jtresenf time nre more versatile j nt Marlborough. ��������� ha* successfully  than Miss .Margaret Ciwper, whose ro- i juii*������ed n very JilTltult teA. \ \n.t-  maiitic   marriage   rewntly   took   her -        -- ������������������*-���������������������������-������ ���������- ��������������������������� - ���������--���������'  trieleU   li>   .-Ulj1l..-e.    Site   1:.   Il'.it   Otll)'  nu aceomplislieil  pianist ami violin-  ieenifiti wns instructed to lay a trail  iii***.,.- I''.. dnwriM, partly on font find  partly mi bicycle, At the end of this  trnil be placed <the bicycle against a  ist, but she hns also acted ns organ- | unit ne jnnceii inu uiL/ein hkuiuoi  I i*l through ������ fully choral service.   It j Lu-h ii'il hid hims������lf in other lm-dn������*  wn*  at  a  charity   concert  that   Mr. J some di-t-ince nwny.   As aoon n������ "tdia-  ! Alfred   llutt  tirst heard  Miss Cooper dow������r" wns put mt the scent lie wept  ting, at! i h<* immHiftK-ly ofti-iM be* awav Mt a gn*nt pnee, and, without a  nn eiiiMi*ein..rit at the I'alnce. where tinnl* cheek, ran past the bicycle, of  ; she hn������ Jif>fe.irei| with *>iieb *uec������-������- *\,i,i, m- i.������������k nut Uu AilhU:. I u ti.'',  i The  tir-t   pivment   Mi**  Cooper   re- straight tr the sjkiI where tli* polio*-  eciii'd   for   her   *,.rvic.-*   wn������   hnl(   .i iiuiu  v.it������  ItuMeti.    The  pertornirtni-e  ..-!iiii>-:i. 1'r ->uf.t,, uo ...in;, at-au wa������  Uh- inure ri inarkulil1' a- A high  , u*Ii:���������-. <i'ii)vi. mu,.'. ,.u, blvwir.g at the time.  Tha German OtH'e Hen* Chest  Bvery Gentian girl mu a hope cbe������t  Titi* l-i mueli rttfTerenf from the dowrr  ehest which the Atnerleiin girl on becoming ���������'iiuukixI iwgtua to fill In sd-  vnin e uf ner wedding dny. Tb* 0������������r*  mun uiiiiden begins io *tock ber boin-  fbent even tiefure she mwta tbe oinft  to wliiun -die is io be mnrrled. Abe to*  gtiiM io -uie for her wedding day lomt  before ������lie is engaged. Hbe la ImbUiiI  with n ���������ti'tito ot thrtfi and ntm with tti*  iimiiitioii io fiHte <��������� inrin-r -luwry lb hi  tier mother hud Often lb* tieratms  irtrl In-i-uh to eolin-i ihlng������ when nn*  enters ner ie������Mi* Hlleniiy ab* wire*  hei miMiey lo nne In buying ankle* tm  her itir-tt ���������.Villi uletll ������ti* euibeold*r������  tier initlnls on witi artl������l* ot ltn<*n  Tlio* oy me lime ������n������ t* *ngaired to it*  married ������be is rboronghly ennlpo������-o  wiih tnmdred- id little article* mul  arm uvtin in miu-wkeeplng. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  $  MADE:. IN CANADA  Royal  YEAST  CAKES  MOST PERFECT MADE    <  Has been Canada's favorite  Yeast over a quarter of a  century. Enough for S cts  to produce 50 large loaves  cf fine, wholesome, nourishing, home-made bread.  Do not. experiment���������there  is nothing "just as good."  E. W. GIULETT CO. LTD.  UMl    ,        TORONTO, ONT.  Wlnnlpec  WBl  Hi* Alt  BEEF AND DAIRY TYPES  Prof. W. B, Richards, of the North,  Dakota Agricultural college, speaks  interestingly relative to types of beef  and dairy cattle.  "Many farmers continue to raise,  cattle for market for beef purposes  from stock that do not possess any  blood of the beef breed, and consequently they lack what is known as  the beef type. It is impossible to  produce beef economically from cattle  of the dairy type, or even from cattle  that possess any considerable amount  of this blood. To produce an animal  of beef type it is necessary to use the  beef breeds of cattle, such as the  Shorthorns, Herefords, Aberdeen-  Angus and Galloways. Cattle of this  breeding put'on flesh very much more  rapidly and of a better quality.  A beef animal could be described  in a general way as a low down compact blocky animal. He must have a  short blocky head, a wide breast, a  deep wide chest, a broad neck, a good  spring of ribs, heavy full thighs. He  -must hnve a pliable mellow skin, for  this,quality indicates a good fleshing  tendency.  The points that a cow should possess if adapted to economical milk  production are quite the opposite  from whnt is seen in the beef animal.  The dairy cow possesses a long face,  thin slender, neck, a sharp projecting  shoulder. She is not very wide in  the chest, but her capacity of chest is  due to her depth whicii is greater in  proportion f,r������ her siae thnn ynn will  find in the beef animal. She possesses large barrels which indicates a  good capacity for digesting her food.  Her depth here should exceed lier  depth in any other portion of the  body. A dairy cow should have a  good width at the hips. Her thighs  ] should be lean and free from muscling. She should be open between her  ! thighs.  |    Much attention should be given the  j udder of the dairy cow���������a large udder  ! does not indicate that it is a good one.  I They  are often very fleshy;  a good  udder should be elastic and pliable,  and shows many folds when milked  out.   The teats should be placed equal  distances apart and which i< generally  always the case if the udder is symmetrical and well proportioned. Large  milk veins are good indications, the  j more winding and branching they are  the better tbe indication.   The veins  jdo not carry milk,  as  many think,  J but carry  the blood from the udder  i to the body, and the more blood that  ! passes   through   the   udder  the   more  j milk  there   is  produced  h?cause  the  I milk is produced from the blood.  A good dairy cow possesses rather  ! thin pliable elastic skin. A course,  i harsh handling skin is a poor indi-  I cation. When cows possess these  : qualities of skin they are rarely good  i producers of milk.  Census of Forest Products   -     *  The census of the forest products of  Canadn, to be taken on 1st June, 1911,  will embrace square, waney or flat  timber, logs for lumber and miscellaneous products.  In the first class are included ash,  birch, elm, maple, onk, pine and all  other timber cut as square, waney or  flat, and in the enumeration will be  reported for cubic feet and value.  Logs for lumber, whicii are included in the second class, are in such  woods as elm, hickory, hemlock, oak,  pine and spruce. They will be enumerated in the eensu* by quantities of  1.C00 feet board measure, with value  in the same unit.  Miscellaneous products of the forest  include bark for tanning, fence poits,  firewood, hoop and hop \.o es, masts  and spars, piling, pot and pearl ashes,  railroad ties, staves, stave-bolts and  heading, telegraph poles (including  telephone and other poles for electric  wires), wood pulp, and the furs, and  skin> of forest animals undressed,  and they will be enumerated by number or quantity and value.  The census of for st p olucts will  be taken chiefly from farmers and the  lessees of timber limits.  j No Time for Notions  j ���������' A very dirty boy attended a certain  'school. One day the teacher sent the  : boy's mother a note saying that* he  (was not clean and that she ought to  bathe him oftener.  The mother sent the teacher a note  ! in reply, mwfnch she said:  j    "My boy Bill .ain't ,110 rose.  I smell .him;'learn him."  Don't  Why let that,headache spoil your day's work or pleasure?  Take  25c, a Box at your druggist's. ���������~ "���������  Guaranteed to contain no morphine, opium or other poisonous drugs, by the   30  National Drug and Cb������mic������l Company of Caned*. Limited,      ���������      ���������   "���������      ���������       MoatwaL  OPTIMISTS,  We are planting the little back garden again.  And our zest there is naught can  allay,  Por we're certain this time that we're  in. for great crops  Like the ones fhe seed packets display.  We've   been   hearing   sweet  tales   of  our ball players' stunts  And are sure they will finish ahead;  Why   there's   no  other   town   has   a  chance for the rag  Unless half of our team should drop  duitd.  We're attending the theatre week after week  With nn ardor that nothing can  "phazo,"  For we know that some time we'll discover a play  That lives up to advance agents'  praise.  We are taking pills, powders, sweet  syrups and oils  For spring fever and other complaints;  We feel sure that the treatment can't  fail to bestow  All the good each advertisement  paints.  Soon we'll spend all our nights poring  over cute maps, j  That are made for the hard-working j  tribe; !  ! And for once our vacation we'll spend  I       in some soot  I That's as fine'as the booklets describe.  I We are using mOre time than we well  can afford  In examining houses to let,  I For a home  without any objections  ;       at all  I Is the kind we are going to get.  j The bright circus poster will soon picture forth  I Great performers and animals rare,  I And we'll crowd round the van to get  !       seats for the show    ���������* ,.  i That's as good as the billboards de-  I       clare. ���������W. A. Clarke.  External Treatment  Necessary for Eczema  Surprising Results Obtained from DR.!  CHASE'S OINTMENT in Treating    '  This  Obstinate Skin  Trouble.  Kczemn may arise from a variety of  causes but once stint.h!  it is a skin  disease  nnd  will, continue  to  s|*r.*ad '  ami   become   more    annoying    until j  local external treatment effects a cure.  This is  why  Dr. Chase's Ointment  hns supplanted the old-fashioned internal treatments.'which weie always  disappointing in results.  . When this soothing,   healing   ointment is applied you see nnd feel the  b'lieflts in short order.   The itching,  "���������tinging sensations nre overcome ami  , witlutho wonderful relief thus obtain.  'ed you are encouraged   to   continue  j the   treatment   until   gradually   the  'sores are healed  up and the disease  thoroughly  wiped out.  What is so annoying nnd discouraging as disfiguring itching,  skin dis-  seases.   In Dr. Chase's Ointment you  ; have a cure for such ailments and this  lis so clean, pure and soothing that it  ���������becomes a great pleasure to use it.  Its use makes the skin soft. Smooth  and velvety and for this reason it is  much souuht by persons whose skin  is susceptible to the changes of the  weather.  Mis. Link, 12 Walker street, Hali-  fax, X.S., states: "After three years  of miserable torture and sleepless  nights "with terrible ���������eczema, and after  trying over a do7.ni temeii-s without  obtaining anything but slight tempor-  ary. relief. 1 have been perfectly and  entirely cured by using Dr. Chase'a  Ointment. After the third or fourth  application of this grand ointment I  obtained relief, and a few boxes were  sufficient to make n thorough cure  It is six months since I was freed  of this wretched skin disease, and as  there has been no return of the trouble I consider the cure a permanent  one."  Dr. Chase's Ointment, 60 cts. a box,  i all dealers or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto.    Write for free copy of Dr.  I Chase's Recipes.  EARL GREY AT HUDSON BAY.  Not Qualified  Two men were getting warm over a  simple difference of opinion.  They turned to the third man.  "Isn't a home-made strawberry  shortcake better than a, cherry pie?"  demanded jme_of_tliem,  "Isn't a home-made cheery pie better than any shortcake? " inquired  tbe other. ������������������'."���������'  The third man shook his head.  *T don't know," he said, "I board."  A wife once complained to a clergyman of her husband's unsatisfactory;  conduct, when he snid to her: ��������� -j  "You should heap coals of fire on ]  his head." , .        " j  To whicii she replied: , j  "Well, I will.    But I tried boiling'  wnter once, and that did no good."       j  The Most Human Picture Ever Painted  THE DOCTOR  u  ft  A photogravure reproduction of this great painting, 22x28 inches in size  ���������the largest photogravure ever printed.  PRIOE 26c,  POSTAGE PREPAID  ��������� ;     ���������    ' >i>  ������������������itvrV.'V''1..1,  " "1-1*1  ";M  ," '   *���������  ���������     ."if''.  t  *      b  *                    1  I  1               ���������  '  iHiftm  m  ���������  m         X  H** ;#&  TA >H 111  r*ft m ml].1  _������������  I  A1'-''  l;     .       *       ���������"���������                     .������  ��������� imt^m-          ��������� ...-���������-���������:���������*��������� .'������������������,                -tn  \  M  m  mm  mWiXaT*a  ^^^B.'ft  1              ,"*���������  1                           JtttM  4"'  u  9mH  *r*K  *m  e*M  ^^D^DEi**!  Ju%%.-  %(������������������:<  t  'fgT         ..���������^tr**S.  t . '������>���������������������������������  IViHH  W                Id*   -,  ^kmmv^mmmwmf*^^  ,ti^^^^m\������i  E1I������ /v       aM  m  *******  M  "x afmm  ���������*> ***fVm\  ^MHfn^^ ��������� ������������������ ' ^^mTt*9^999^^**^  ��������������������� g  1  mWHmmmmnmW  mmm  i*emmmm  ....  m.  Mis Excellency Is In Search of Original Material About Canada.  Earl Grey will be the first Governor-  General of Canada who ever saw Hud"  son Bay���������if he succeeds in carrying  out the expedition which has been  -planned���������for���������this-summeris-diversion-  6f His Excellency. He will see the  last north in middle Canada at first  hand���������when he starts from Norway  House above Lake Winnipeg on his  canoe journey down the historic  Hayes River to the Bay; following  the route of the old York boats but  exploring the land which at present  is very much alive with .activities con.  nected with the Hudson Bay Railway.  This is to he a close trip; no press  correspondents nermtted; in which respect it mufh differs from the western  trip of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. The Governor-General is determined to see ns  much as possible of the hinterland of  Canada nt find hand. Last summer he  visited tho Yukon, where he succeeded in getting lost. The journey to  Hudson Bay will give him material  for a lnrge number of good speeches  concerning tho development nnd den-  tiny of Canada. He is to receive much  the sime feudal greetings from In-  dians nnd halfbreeds ns Ixird T,orne  got in 1881 when he toured the "un-  railroiulrd west in a buekbonrd. Norway House will have a pow-wo'w. At  Port Churchill and York Fnctory the  lonesome nntiveH will turn out in nil  the Splendor of historic regalia to  receive Hia Excellency.  ��������� The trip will commence in August;  about which time a party of mngn-  r.ine writers and some newspaper ������n������m  will go on a journey of re-discovery  up to the Ponce River. This outing  is being somewhat arranged by Mr,  J. K, Cornwall, who hns a lino of  stonmboats plying on the northern  rivors.  Tho oritiinnl of this uvovih painting. I>v \m\io ViklPH. Imnus in tho Tnto  Gallerv, in London, plaeort thoro by popular suhHoription of tho British poo-  plo. ftevor bus brush depicted moro powerfully tbo oxproH������ion.*t of professional amity, maternal grief, fatherly hopelessness or childish helplessness.  It \h roally'ftH well as fltfurntively the most human of the world's ������ront  works of art.  Newspaper enterprise, backing modern mechanical progress, makes it  possible to put this work of art into the hands of the public at this nominal  cost.  THE ART STORE PRICE Of THIS PICTURE WOULD BE $2.50  Send 25 cents to THE  PICTORIAL PRESS, P. 0. Box 1850, Winnipeg,  Panada, and Picture will be sent you by return mall.  THE PICTORIAL PR EM, P. O. Ban IMI, Wlnni-wi.  EnelMMi find 3Sc. tne whicii pl*M* tend m������ ly rrtum mail picturt ��������������� "The Doctor."    P.O. .Ulr.���������.-.*           A  MEXICAN MAGNATE  Don Luis Terrazas Owns the Largest  Farm In the World.  The world probably contains nothing anywbere else that can compare  wltb tbe splendid estate of Don Luis  Terra'suu, tn the state of Chihuahua,  Mexico. This fortunate magnate ls  said to own tbe greatest farm .in the  world. It Includes 8.000.000 acres of  fertile land and extends 150 miles east  and west aud 200 miles north and  south. On its mountains and through  its valleys roam over 1,000.000 cattle,  700,000 sheep and 100.000 horses, these  being tended by nn army of 2,000  horsemen, berdsnien. shepherds and  hunters. Each year at least 150,000  head of cattle and 100.000 sheep are  slaughtered, dressed und packed, this  ranch being the only one In the world  which maintains its own slaughtering  and packing plant. And this means a  very considerable Additional-profit to  Its august and fortunate owner.  On tbls giganrie estate are Ave reservoirs,   which   cost SodO.OOO.   and   300  Strange  Miss Homeleigh���������Perhaps vou won't  believe it. hut a strange man tried to  kiss me once.  Miss Cutting���������Iteally I ��������� Well, he'd  haw been a strange man if he tried  to kiss you twice.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  Friend���������I say one of vour clocks i?  slow and the other'? fast.  Young Lawyer���������Yes, I start work  bv the slow one and stop by the  other.  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 phv-  sicians, as the damage they will do "i������j  ten fold to the good you-can possibly  derive from them'. Hall's Catarrh  Cure, manufactured by, P. J. Cheney  & Co., Toledo,  0., eontains no trier-  iwT"FE^ T���������to nv."^ri��������� ��������� ���������A,-���������..fl^Tdlr,!ct,JrTlpon  thB^blooa  000. Don Luis Terrazas Is a scientific  farmer and raises every kind of grain  in bis great fields. His homestead is  declared to be the thiest farmhouse in  existence In any country, lt Is capable  of accommodating .100 guests at a time  and wus erected nt nn expense of $2,-  000.000. It is a veritable country palace, nnd the gardens are more carefully laid out and tlie stables are more  coRtly than those of nny emperor. On  the homestead alone are employed  over a hundred mule servants.  ,    - - . - -- "and mucous  surfaces of the system. In buying  Hairs Catarrh Cure be sure vou get  the genuine. Tt is tnken internally  end made in Toledo. Ohio, by" P. "J.  Cheney & Co.   Testimonials free.  Sold  by druggists.    Price, 75c per  bottle.  Tnkf  Hall's Family Pills  for con-  stipation.  Jerusalem.  "On all sides we see the evidences of  skepticism, which often reaches tbe  level of ridicule, for things which we  ond those who have gone before regarded as sacred," says a Palestine  letter in a German paper, "but bere ln  Jerusalem tbe shocks to our reverence  ore less frequent nud less severe.  Co mo hither quickly, then, oil ye who  would see It before the march of modernity Hweeps over the sacred city  nnd before Its atmosphere suffers still  greater changes. To the tin in wuy and  other tilings modern electric light,  power nnd beating nre soon to bo ndd-  fd by a French company. The waters  of tho river Jordan, which full more  thun U00 foet near the I.alio of Galilee,  will furnish tbo power. Think of n  grent electrical plant furnishing power  Vie never eet any alarmist reports  from the devil nbout decreasing popu.  ration in his country.  Pellef for the Denressed.���������Phvsical  ".nd mental depression usually" have  their origin in n disordered s,tnte of  the stomach nnd liver, as whon these  organs ore, deranged in their action'  the whole svstem is "ffected. Try  Parmelee's Vee-otahle Pills. Thov re.  *'ive. the digestive processes, net bene,  neinllv on th nerves nnd re*tore the  spirits ns no other pills will. They  are ehenp, simple nnd sure, nnd the  effects nro lasting.  When a mnn never damns tho government, it's a sign he's one of its  officeholders.  Minard's  Liniment Cures Garget  In  Cows.  Not nil bird fanciers know of the  ennnry's love for nasturtium send,  _ T)o you realize that you nre expon.  ing your loved one������ fo dreadful dis-  for uinny miles doing business under j onsen  when  you  allow  them  lo ent  R.C.A.'s Address to the King.  The address of condolence forward*  ed to the King from the lioyul Cnno*  dian Academy of Art is Another of thu  mustorpiocoK of decorntion from tho  brush of A, H, Howard, K.C.A., which  has been much admired by the few  wim were fortunate enough to luivu a  glimpj>r> of it beforo its despatch to  Kngland.  Thu uddrurtK is in book form, bound  in n sneoinl morocco, its few leave*  consisting of vellum; iu place of the  bliick nnd silver scheme so often used  in works of n mourning nature, Mr.  Howard bus used all tlio colon* neeos*  wiry in tho nymhnU used, but ban  subdued theiu to conform with n general deep rich tone of purple, outlined  and briirhtenod with black nnd gold.  One page pictures n centre piece of  Uie Iloyul Anns witli the Tudur roue;  it knotted border ty lilting the union  of tho colonies, whilst a gnll'-oii at  ���������he iKittom in nymholic of ttm dominion* iicrors the n-n-t, Thc other'  page* nre treated with thn sopiirnte  arms of the province's of Cunitdn.  With so many riveni production*1 of  n similnr nntnre It Is remarkable what  n freshness of design and beauty the  arti-H witn able to put into thin ml-  drt'������������, and tho favorable comment that  ham come from tho few who huve  ������>ii:lf U Oilmen one %l������n lie le emm  >.(>    -rtr.e    tite:>T"    of   ffliit.i';'<."   line  work* ol nrt ho thnt they nitpht Im  more widely appreciated by the public Thi* in .-eldom jurfsilde, however, for the very nature of the work  usually denmnils ihnt it lm shipped  r.ff   unieedi'itele   *'i   iti   de .lioattnii  the name of "the liiililee Klootrle coin-  puny 1' Can you fancy it voiiipluceut-  lyV"    Against Capital Letters,  The Society ot Danish I'edngoguea  ond the Danish Literary iiHsoclntion In  Joint session recently discussed tho  "excessive iihi������ ot eripltiit letii*i*s" nnd  passed a resolution urging the minister  of education to Issue orders to teacher*  In | ni hi le schools through the kingdom  "to rent rift the use of cnpltul letters to  the beginning of I'lMitences nud proper  linnicH." In explnmitloii It wns urged  : tlmt "In writing our native imigungo  tlm nienigc pefaon luilin and In uncertain ns tn tlm big lei tern, nnd only  good could result from iwlug tbem  only ns wo huvo lnillciiied."  'ood tbnt flies hnve wnlkod over? Uso  \yilson's Fly Pads, nnd thus kill ull  the flies in the house,  Palmed tht Jewels.  Mnry Andre wan u pniinl*t In Trloafe,  Aimtrln. When hIir examined tbt  hnndu of well to do women hIio generally predicted iiimu Impending misfortune nnd explained this uuu very likely line lo their pntoifNHlng aome unlucky jextnl. A number of her cllenta  Ititrimted the pnlmlxf with tbelr Jew-,  ���������dry In order Hint ������he nilirht dlwcover  which waa ttio nn>m!in������ mono. Kruu  andr* moot linr*������ Imd n turee Hlentol*  for utift auddenly dl������H|i|>������*tired from  irumie wiih ������4������,<Mi vMiHd or tni������ jvw-  ���������Iry and bu* not l*i.*u heard of ������ince.  A chili) thinks hU purenls he-it him  because they deserve it thcnisclvos.  nenrlv.mnde Medlflne,���������You need  no physieiini fir nrdirnrv Ills when  "���������(Hi have nt b������n I n hott!,. r,f nr,  T'lotniiH* KcWti'io Oil, Fur comdial  eold<, sore tlmint, bronchial tronblen,  it i> inv;dirdi!e, for siiil.lx. burns,  1 "pruin* it In iiiouinnss d, while for  ciif^, ������(ir,.|,, ulcers nnd the like It i-i  nn iiiifiueM'oiiidile hen'er. If, need*  im te*lioioni>d other tbnn the ijk������, and  ���������lint will xntl.fy nnvone nn to Its ef.  feclivcncsK,  "How would you like to he n rnln*  i-ter when you grow up, Tommy?"  M*ktd n clorgymiili of one of the hoys  in his piirMi,  "Not for llie'" wiin the replv.    "Fill  iind of weiin,)' thing* ihnt button at  the buck!"  A Promising Field.  Diwiimdiig the gold Iind in the  ftownrt Klver district, ll.C, Mr.  lirtvk, sujmrintendeiit of gwdogical  ���������urvey, nwntly said: "1 think it siife  to nny that while it ts not v.t a proven or o������f',bb������dn*d rniriio" r-nnr'. it I*  thc moit proiiiininij dotrirt o|.������i������d up  in HritMt r<dnmltta ximv tl <��������� l*<"n of  ������ dw������d<*  ago  Iti  the  wnlllieiu   I^H "I  tb* provimt*. Thom* wle. roin-* from  England on riveipt of cable n<-** and  gn mj. t������������ titeeert *iIJ find, >f not a  mottnUin <>f cold, u diitri.t thnt i*  ���������erj' nttMctlve to nro������pt>ct/.r������, one in  ���������which * rmrubcr of prwniMJu: lint*-*--  ti<������������ are hming viptrrnidr .f.-v**l������������fw������������l bv  ������w<!ern ������iacliin������������ry and on** that de-  i mtvea tborowgti inTHtifttion."  What Crate Would Cett.  rrwienr   tronble  In   the   east   hat  Vpniif-li.   *.,,*  tl.,. ���������.,.ii,...f-. 1,,,,,'i.r rit ������>t  least one Turkish iientieniiin.  "Woold yonr hlglin****." "*ld an e������-  tarpfbdng Italian joiirnnlHi to tbe  grand rltler of tho tltim. "consent to  tbi aale of Crete!"  tVtalnly," i������j������llrd ������h������ Tori. "Any  on* ean hue* It for the price wt paid-  twenty fttra' war."  The Jaybird.  Dt Jaybird rw i������ <i-������ mn teikt  IMt raiaiii nt ������ '-*'������  ���������Paara tnu tie 'mownn i*r ttnmtplti',  Hal b* *������ln i no Km������i nohow:  Ha epfuce up. en' ttm **y let rem.  "I <1������ turn   l.l'.t nn 4* ujukH."-  Mm nee i y,t i ti.-.m ������������r *w  Kate tie em t <><> ufft iiohewt  ��������� Ailanu C<MwtMttUer-fc  TELKWA, B. C.  'tn iiuiin line of (Jrntid Trunk Pa-  cillc liiillwuy, iti tiiidet of rich  iigrici-Jniritl and mining dmtrict.  I.olti from $100 up.   Write for full  ^nnTH'roA-sT t *wr> co*v, itj..  410-11-13 Winch Building,  ^aneeuvtr, B.O.  London Office, 6 Old Jewry  Best Made Knives  Forts, Speeni, tnd Finty  Sitting Fltm, at tht hut.  Ittt gttdt al pint, bat  Iht litdt mitt  Motsuros:  ft meant lent) wttt tnd  btit tenia, leak fer (till  tttdttaatt whtapartkttinm,  ki* til 1*0. ^hIm, viifrri,  ,', , fl lli*nt  mciiiocn tniTi co.  ..ill. ������������ I ..��������������������� M.tut  "Sileer Vlale that Wemrt*  W. H. U., No. IW. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  llie Gaintolani -'m  issued  Every   Tuef Av   iiy   tin.  Comox   St   Cumberland  Publishing   Company  This paper will ������������t imlil i:*>-!i  responsible for the (ipiiii<nis..f mil  ������irH, as may appear in iu coluiuiir  twin time to timo.  TUESDAY    Sept, -27111,    liUl),  coast land distuict.  District oi Coast. Ivin^i* 2,  TAKK NOTICE that Kdwnnl C  Tnwnsend of Vane-inv, B U {  gentleman, intends to ippl.v for jer  niissfon to purohase Uie follnwini:  -described lands: Coiunipncinj; at a  poi������t planted abont 7 mils nortli  and 2 miles east of le .-ontliea-t  cornsr of CL 3358, tin : ce 8 .uth Hf)  chains, 'hence west 80 chains.  thence north 80chain.-, thenoe eusi  80 chains, to |>ost of omi.mence  ment, containing 640 -uivt1, more or  less.   EDWARD C TOWNSKND..  Dated July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast. Runpe 2.  TAKE NOTICE that. Frank W.  Lei son, of Vancouver. (5 C, broker,  intends to apply for ���������. eruiission to  purchase tbe followi g describee]  lands: Commencir.L' at n post  planted about 7 miles norih and 2  miles east of the sout .i. n������r corner cf  CL 3358, thence norn- 80 chaine,  t hence east 80 chain?,; hence south  80 chains, thenco west 80 chains, to  post of eommencemei , containing.'  640 acres, more or le-������.  FRANK \\: LBKSON.  Dated July 27tb, 1910  COAST LAND MsTRIST.  District of Coast.. Range 2.  takk notice that (icorge More,  of Vancouver, B.C, broker, iiiteiids  to apply for permissi mo inueha.-e  the following described innds,: Com  uicncingat a post.pl:. lucd nbout 7  niiles north and 2 inine������ east of the  Kuithenstconer of CL 3858, thence  north 80 chains, thonce west 80  vh'uns, thence bovMi 80 cluuns.  thenco cast 80 ch in- 'n post of  commencement, cor-iai* -ing, GIO  acres, moro or less, ckoroe moke-  Dnted July 27th, 1910,  lUri>KRT LAND DISTUICT  District o< Uu.c t  "AKE ii'-tic  tbu-Lilm Kleauir Jm iu-  ���������i, of V-uifoav.-t, H  O..������icc������oati<ju,inii-  ���������    Iwoii.iui   i te;.d   t > aooly f.r pina-a-  ii>.ii t������ purolia.s,,    |W following d������f ciibed  ai������'8:-L. K. Jenkimon's S. K    c ���������rner,  ;--mnieiici'iK nt  ������   post phi ted at  the  ii-u-'.h eus; c-ru^r of Seed, n 1, Towi ship  -'I,   hence wot 160 clini"-, thei.co nortli  8 chains,   m ,-:: or lea- tn (ieor^-ia Lao,  li-noe east t,lai,g the lake snore to Towo-  bip dm-, thtuci south 88 chains mt.re or  !!_���������������������������* to place ������f o 'intuouce.nent* couwiiuin*,;  5<0 aorea, morn or lew.  LILLA ELEANOR JENKINSON,  Win. Lcalie, Audit.  'Mod June 23r.(. 1010  Kl/PEKILANODISIIUOT  District ot Kupert.  TAKE NOTICE   tint Lli* Kl������ren.w  .lurikinSi'D, lit V-Uu'iiUVi-r I>.   I). WCUpail  11  Sui'iid^r, intoidn tn npply tor m-ruu hmu  ro purcbiut! ili* I -Uowinii mbOiibuu mud.-:  Coutuieaeint; at a poit pla.tol ii* tii'-  Mirth noitcorm-r oj' snUi'it 'lli, TWu-  s-ip'iO, thuoce noiu'j 80 chains, t*o ce  *e������t SO uhitin , thcioe norli SO olmiti������.  ib������i'Oc east 80 thaii h to ^l eo of o-iu-  mono, mem, ooi taining OJO ������cr h mort  " LILLA FLORENCE JENKINi-ON,  Wu., Le������lHt, .Ago ii.  Dated Jun������ 2US 1910.  RUPEtU' LAND DISTKKT  District ut Kuperi  TAKE NOTICE that  Paddy Clement  Birth", ot V.nioouver,   1!, C. occupation  Logger, iuteuos c������ apply fo.1 permission  to purchase thefo lowing decerned lam's:  Oomuieno'iip nt a po-t plumed a*'tne  southeast       crutT      Of        Seu-  d. n 13. township 21, m-rk*.!  l\ C. Bly-  tlu S E. corner, ni. iiui- n ^rth 80 uimi h,  tb-net wist 80 chains,  tlunou souih 8i'  oiiiii.'S, ihence e������t>t 80 ebons to place ul  .���������.ommeuo.meiit,   conuiui .g   640   acres  ni'������ e or iesn  PADUY CLEMESTBLYTHE  l.V'������a. Leslio, Aijcnt.  Dated Jni=e 80th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form   No. a.  Form of Notice.  Coast District,  District ot Kuuge 2.  TAKKnotide tb.t  Willi*m   Leek,   <-.t  Vancouver, ocoupatiou Eu^iueer,  intends  to apply for permissiou to purohaae tbo  following desoribed lunds1.���������  Coiaiui'iioinj,' at a pi+t planted  on the  btia������u about ouo and a hiiif miles South  Kiht from tho South East coruer of C. L.  W58. thenoe Norm   es^iily   [SO)  uhnuH,  theuoe K������i>t ������iglny (80) thiii/s,   thence  .South (80)  cliaiun,   lhei.ee    \\ e t    (80)  chaiim, io poiut. of uoihiuoiiOvUie.H, coii-  luiiiiii^ six hundred and forty uaies, more  or kai>.  WILLIAM LKKK'  N,.m������ of Apji.Huui  Dated Jane 4th, 1910.  LAND   ACl\  FoitnNo. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coiet District,  D'tttiiot of HmiKO 2.  TAKE outice ihnt Veiua Leek of V������n-  couver, occupation  Spinster,  inteudu tn  apply for \)eri������K������i-n to purohuau the following deseribed lands;���������  Commencing at r, post planted at the  North W'est corner of No. 1, thence West  eighty (80)cii*ii!S more or le-s to C. L.  3;t08, tliouco Nti-tii eighty (8)) chniDS a-  ���������loutt C, L. 3358, tlience Eust e>gb y (80)  ohains, theuce South eighty (SO) uh������inK|'  to tbo pjlut of comm������i ceuio'.t, contnia-  mg six huudied ana foity (<J40) actes  more or less.  VERNA LEEK  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  nonhe.ist corner of No 6, beinj; four  iut!e������ north of the south>vest coiner of  Noi, tbenee norih So chains, ihence  \*.esc 8o chains, thence souih So chains  ihence e.ist So chains to ibe point of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District of Knnitc 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, ocounation engineer, intends  10 apply for permission to. purchase the  t'oltowini; described lands; ComnienciPu  ai a post planted at the nonhenst corner  of No 4 (being three miles noith of the  southwest corner of No 1) thence  north  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, ihence  souih So chains, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of cemmencemem. containing six hundred and   lony,   640,  acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, iqic  RUJ'OTLAND DISTRICT  Uisnict of Rupoi-t.  TAKE not ea that  Wiuiuin Rob-us-i,  Of VauouUn,r, H. (J,   eccil; at on  Sa ts .-an  1 .to..ds to upu(y f������r. pern wi-iou to'purchase tbe following d-BCiib^il lai.d : U in  men.jiuij at -A a p ������t planted A the S. K.  corner ol tiectiou ii, T.-um.-h p 21. m.-iih-  ed W.   hOMljMiH,    S.  E.   Coiller,    thei.c  a. nli SO chain,,, thonce wist 80 chai s,  iheuee jout- 80 chain-, tuei.ee o.'Bt sd  oftHitiB 10 place 01 oommenoeuieat, cout.iu  ing 0i0 nores, in^rn'.-r lu^s.   _^__1VJLLIAM KOBliVSON  Wm. Le6l e, Agent.  Dated Jn-ioSOfch, i9io.  KUPEKT LAND IdSl'IUCT  District ot BHo.rt,  TAKE NOTICE that Umh KoziaChrk  of Vmcouver, B. 0., os'-upatiou t<*������rri.d  woman, intends to apply f r pern istioo  to purohiwo the followiu*. d wiri'iwJ hindt:  C'lUiuHiiioinng uc u p ,bI, ijiumd ut the  Boutii eimt earner of Sued -n i, iWiwhip  21, dienoe north 60 chn-i ������, tbtnee w������������t  WO olmias, thenoo south WI ntmia*, tftttiue  t a������t 8(1 chitiiiH to plnoe of 0 Mniii'n.'j.-'iiient,  coutftifiing OldaorflH, mor<- or I'm  RUTH KK2IA0URK,  .Win. Lit.Ik, .Vf,oi������t.  Tinted 3nnt i!lat, 1.910.  HUPBItrLAND WslHiCi'  D'mtriet nf Jtnpurt.  TAKK NOTICE th.it i-orxe Nninno  Worsley, of Vaiioouvur, Ml. 00 mpnt.1011  b lok-keopar, intiindt; to iip,dv for |ioiiiii--  i*ioij to purohuso tlm fob.-w.uk di'soribijil  landH:���������Oomtnoiioing at ������ , oA jil.iiited a'-  tlio ������onth wmt oornor of M 0 1������. I.S, To </������  ihipH, pn������t inHrKod 0. N Wor Iov'n S.  W.ci.nicr, thenoo oant 80 chHinH, tim.-in  north So ohtiiiH, theuuo  went 80 chuiim,  t*Hti'Ol)   HOIltll HO ollllillH I     |> Itl'O ��������� f   OOlli-  u.oueoiuent, coutaiuing (Ui iicrea, more  ul' luiiJi,  UKOIIQK NORMAN' WOUSLKY,  Win. I.i.'hIic, /Igont,  D,ti'd,limn'jiuii, niio.  iiu iwa IXNoTn.uinc"1  MlNtriottf ltii,������it.  TAKK NtvnCB Umi > rpbon Hn lh,  of Viiuiiniivnr, h. 0',, oci'iip ton, look-  km imr, itiuiiid" tQiiiiply fnr piiutKhi.'.. to  puruhiiKO tlio tollowuig itm>i ib tl a.nl ; ���������  H. Sotnji, N, W, urwn������r. t t>>ititiit������iiuiiiK <d  it poit pi������ntod on TowiiMldp 1 no :������t Moiph  ������*<t purl ������f Owrgln Lik', ih- -u "Uth  15H������luin������, moruur l<tw t" tii   unurttr  punt   U������ WO-it .Section  111   .m| ,Hd,    Tu* i-  ��������� ll'P   ti |t"ll iitl,     tllO'lllO    ll  Hi      III    ClllillH,  tlienci north Kit) nbtjiiH, tb n**o wont 10  1 h .li h, tliillCl) Mutitll    ������i'-i    li >   'l(l������t*    uf  (vmunoiicenumt,   wrotn ni g <Utl    iirim,  tno ���������orlfd.1.      SfUt'llKN   C vfil,  Wm L   nc, Aguul,  D.tcd June erirtl, lOlt)  KUPKKT LAND DW'l IW5T  Dintn.jt of K<.,������ rt,  Tl-.,.   l,',vC(,..f   11.. 4      -     ,        (,'-   ���������   I. ���������l  V'mieiiuVi-r, II ("!., oiwitw b< , iirulier, 11.  U'Uitii tdmpiy lur pi'iiir.- 1 .I io pu'-iiue  1 l.i! loliuiftiiig d MOilbtnl I.ii.ih; (j ullijell  Cing *i ii liini. plliilted l tlii .111. dl oiil  ������.1 in r of tvutiou H, 1'ii'v Mh)|> .11, tti'Jiiu  tn'iUtll HO CluniH, tlllMlll. w< Hi -Ml t hlti'K  t .1''iO-s uo-"., W0 chiiiri*, heui"t niiit >JH  ������.., .i.m 1 ��������� m ��������������� <  ���������-'   ���������"...- ���������" ���������...,,..!���������  t.iDinu tfWaero*, morn ������ .   ���������  JOHN ill mni-;  Wm   i.c 1,, A������ont,  Ihitid Jutio'21't, lO.n,  RU PERT LAN D DLsTRLCi'  I).'>tiio'. of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that I. K ward Thor.  lev, <t V.-.iuii'UVi, B.C., n-CiiMi.">ii, Ti'hv.  e l������*r. b.teuds to npply foe pe>rm s>i;t\  ������������������<  |.u oh*������e the fn. losing doori'ei   IhikIk:  C m a. lining  nt  a oont pliud-ed  a'   ih  portb eaii- comer of .Siotiou   1*2, Tnwrlui  '21, ihuuce mst 80 eluiuw, thuioe s. u: 1-  40 cbuiim, Um.co wi-at 45 oliHinu mo e o  h-hi to  O or^ii   Luke,   dioi ci wiiterl.t  along noith ^*l(lle of lake Uo chuius nvai  or be-i te where Bullion linn bo ��������� w Hi   See  '12 und  Kii termer ln'.o, tbeniu en������' G.  ohaiim more or len< to place of coinmci ���������������  'iiiNiit lo.'iorib'd on po<t80 chdns lo N. Iv  c-Tiior, 11 Tho-nl-y, (jo'it>iiii'gtUOimroH  more or its,.   EDiVAHD.TllfJlULKY ,  Wui.La-1 e, Ago. t,  D*'od.lutio28th, lDKl.  nu'riiiirLANDDisxiacr  DiHtriot of Hmrni't.  TAKE NOTICK thai. I, Mimiifil Bow  don, of Vtiiieouvir, li. C.< oeiiuuiidnn mi  ing enwini er, into da in ������|iply forpfrram  Hiou m pn oiiitfio tho  fnilowng (ioiorbud  ���������lanib:���������(Jiin-inwoiig at a pn>t olnnti<l ut  ih t Month witnt ooriier o' *������i olio'i ii, Tumi.  ship ill, tlnnou mi' Ji SO clndnH,  i|io..ie  ������rit* fiO cbni it, thonco  ������oi(th SO ih-lnh  the* on v������o������t 8f������ohfiiim, -��������������� pliioeof co mn-  enoanmnt, oootnihi'ig (UO   oe . nio*e n  len: tiAilV'Kh JblWDKN,  Wm, Leniiw, .it,ent  DuhKiJano 21hI., 1010  DnieiMnneaiHt, 10)0  ....... ..........  XX111, J^jhIiu, Agiiiit.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Tr.igr*vii L'tcilrm Turili'-, ������iiil  .only wifo cirontmil Jlo'itlil-y  /Itoijulnloroii wliloli woinrAOiui  ooiwinl.  f-'nlil In UilT'i ili'ltruot.  orniviHrt������i->i.>.������. f 11 m V  10 dMHrci-M htronmi, vm }*o,l*  !       1 AND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notiee.  Const Dislrict,  District of lt tinge 2.  TAKE imticp that Elanor Look of Van-  emivir, cccupaiou Miirned voman, iu-  undB tj apply for penu sinn to i.urohase  the following deseribed lands:���������  fouiuienci'g at a pout plaited ������t the  North Wojtjjorne!1 ���������*?Jf^._LjJio^ci_y<irtli  HUI'KUT LAND DIS HtlCT  Diioriet i.f Hapert.  TAKK NOTICK tlmt. llaMeo Anhbv, ������d  ViinoiiHver, It. C, I'Ofliipttinn, innrrio'  woiiiMi, intenilH tn Hpp-,\ fur jmim hbIo*  to puroiui'e th������ f().|o������'ing ib-m ibea land.:  C ������iiinn,.ei u at n |ioHt iliiiited nt Ue  Hon fi f������������t lorhor ut Heoti'Ui Hm, Tntvi ���������  i-hip'.'l. thenco in rt. 80 did h, tlimu'  wm hi) chnins ihetmu ��������������� uth K0 ebiiinH,  tht'iiee 1 lift Nil ohiiiiiH, t������ pJ-iO'i of ������ .uni-, - ,   ���������<������������������������������������ ������������������ ������������������* *  t-"i '���������������ni",i  ������., ut tin at. 0. ntuit'ing (Iln ere-, "ore in thtvn.o ������*<iith eighty (80]   ohintiK, tmnee  '���������J**1 ll.WUKE AhHUY,        U'���������(,(iiKhty[H0)thiiiiiH hi piint nf emu  11 III.   It.-tl...  Aum.t   I '  ' ,   , 11, ,  11 niDi'iiitnit, cniiUhnnii ������ix nniidrud mid  eighty (80) chains, theuco Eaat (80) thai us  thonce South eighty (81) chains, t hence  Wost (SO) chains, to point of eo nnieucv  ���������liont, coi.taiuiag mx duud ed aud foi ty  i.oien, uio oor less.  KLANOIt LKKK  Nauio of Applieaut.  DatedJune 4th, 1910.  ______  Form N... U.  Form of No ioo.  C'>������st Din riot Hnge 2.  TAKK NOTICK th t Kn lierit.oHrovn,  '���������O'lyiition widow, uiiendt to apjily for  p ruiiuidou to pu chane Ihe f honing de-  scrulod I.uiIb: C in um ov g at a \n.ni  iitai.tudut tlio uorttiuii t onrmr of No ','  (Inangtw 1 niiluH norih of tl.o Honthwu.t  oorner ot No Utlmot torili eighty 1.80>  ���������luins, the- at xi o-t 1 ighty (SO) ehui e.  tboreti south eighty (88l cimihB, iborct  eii.i eighty [80] ohniiif, to tho jmint .1 f  opinmtmoe.'iiiiit, oontaining iix bandied  ami forty [C40) noreA, iu<������o nr Ichh.  KATttiilllNKhKDWN,  Name of Hjijjli.-niit  Dined .luuo 4, UUU.  _... _. .���������  Form No. 9.  l<orm oi Notion,  (.Vin������t Dial tint,  llintrio' 'f Umigo No 2  TAKK NOflCR tlmiAiiiiioHremner.at  lloxlou, ucO'ipdion cfiiuiit. r, iutiMidn toiip.  idy tor petmii-Hiua to puii'liiiHu iho follow  iog ilt'HC-ibi'.d Iniul-: CoiiiiiiciiuitiK nt a |kihI.  pluiiia-l lit thp north, imc corner ef No.  ���������>  fliuirg two miliH norih of iiui nolithwe.it  ennier of N". I) thenoo 1 or.h oiglry (80)  oluiiiiH,  thiiieii  eti-,1 1 ighl.v (80) olifiitH,  LAND ACT-  Form No. 9,  Kor.n of notice.  Co^st District Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William H.  Whalen, of'Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the north east coiner of No. 6, b.einK'  (our miles norih of the south west corner  of No. 1; tbenee north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence south So chains,  thence west So ohains, to the point of  commencement, containing six hundred  ���������iKd forty acri s, more or less.  WILLIAM  H, WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notioe.  Chaat Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tbat Barton Hoi-  land, of Vancouver; occupation, ao-  oGuntant, inteuda to aj.ply for permission 00 purobase tbe following described lands: Commencing at a pom  planted at the nortb east corner of No  12, being four milea nortb and two  mihs webt of the eoutb west corner ol  No. 1, ihence north 80 cbains, tbenci  v\e8t 80 cbaina,tb*ice south 80 obainr-  thence east 80 chxios, to tbe point 0!  o. mmeooement, ooutatciiog 640 aores,  more or less.  BURTON HOLLABD,  Nhioo of Applicant.  Dated June 7th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notiae.  Coast District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Alex F Brem-  ner, ot Boaton, occupation engineer,  intends to apply for pernuission to pur-  ol-ftso tbe lollowimf cltscribed lands-.���������  Commencing at a pi st plauted at the  aoitboaso ooruer of No 12, being font  mi es north and two miles west of thi  southwest coroer ol No 1, thence nortb  HO Chains, tbenee east 80 chsine,  'benoo south 80 obains, tbenee went  80 ehains, to the point of eoaimeoc.-  ment, oontftb iojj 64'> ueros. n>ore or  hti.,        ALEX K. BUBMNER.  N������mo of Applicant.  Datei June 7,1910.  LiND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast Diftriot, Range 2  TAKE NOTICE tbat John M.  Stewart, of Vancouver, occupation car  penter, intends to apply for perrui*-  sipu to purobase tbe following tietenb-  ed lands:���������Commencing at a ptst  planted at the northwest coroer of No  11, beiog ttree miles north And three  miles west of the aoutbwr-st corner of  Nol, iheocetiortb 80 chains, theuce  west 80 cbaii s, tbenee Booth 80 obains  thence east 80 chains, to the point of  comni?ncemeot, cuntainii:)!',Q40 acres,  more or kss. JOHN M.8TEWART.  Nameut Applicant.  Dated June 6,1910.  IC uvHi. v" n,|-uiiHWI, V-li   ..;-. ������-  for tynttui. oiutoH, u por box  Horn by ull di'iunriHU, or ko .1  I'luim.d on, tovAiii of urleb  I'W tutRiJimott Ailitre*u Till'  .# ���������  ^S m Ej-oe inmtililQt. Ailitre^j T������i  lHUrMlDMIN|flO..TomilTg.fillT. tjorm.'tlii Wunits  full 1 (IMU) liore*', tuni a or l������'H,  ANNIK HKKMNKH,  Ni<nui i'f Ap|.|iiMii ti  Dntiid .ltino 1, una'  ' , 1   1  ���������, 1 -fu  LAND ACT-  Kurin No. 9,  CoitM District  District of K-iiikc 2.   ��������� ���������  mm.****, j      'I'AKVl   N'OTICIC tll.lt Kdtt'lll I'  IllCIH-  TTOOd'O PhOliphodiM. f n,!l' "' ^''oKouuir, iiriupution biokci, in-  Th* Qrtnl /I'.f/.'Wv  ilemedu ��������� lends to Hpply (or pcvmistiion to puvcluiM*  "oinw ami invlKorii.cn I In. Mliof ' .     .- ,, ���������        ,u...,,,,���������a   i.,a,v     i������������������,  imrriiti* w-ole Uiik.su   no   A*''- t"*l������������wMi������   tlcitripeil   l.iHos,   Cum-  'nk' ulln old Vol nn, Mi.-,* ,\'.->'   ��������� .,,.;���������,.,,    ���������,,,, ,j,,.ii,.i .,,   ,1 ..  ,     >  ������������������iiMi/iiry, fAr.ritnl U'i'rilinitts, nnilntiiir.*", Si.-  I.e.,I'  ���������:,J  ;���������/���������  I'llpbll purli.K*. nixtirtJi.  tut* ullltiti'iiw.!.  nm  ...nxtr   /urmeiiit  ..,~-. ���������v. ...,j.r.������i ��������������������������� .*..  .......,���������,i....������...   ��������� nortli ol UiC sotiinwcst corner of No  wilfciifti. H.ild bf ���������ll������irtnr������l<uior iii'idiil ii 1 , 11.01 ,  nlidnpkif. on Meolptof 111I10,  Ann jium-kin ; ilienet* nntin eignty So  rli.iin*,   tbci  *,' ^ \'*v \ r> U   1 -r ���������"i-t >  ItUI'KKTf.ANDI'hiliiCT  Dmirii't of K.i|.i'i t.  TAKBNDlJCi: tha' Am I'.li-.i.or ,h - ���������  k.l.H...,    I   * ������,.>.>! ,V>0, I.. I   .,      c. ,.).*!,1.1,,  8t������*nogr������i'hii, iuio't.u j. p, ;> 1 * i-������*������ .������.������������-���������  hl'-n I������������������< j tiro two th������* foi " turf ������������������ i. r i<i  i������i|ii������:--Ct>iax ������inciJk * ii j> if ^ a; ������������l..  tU'.orth ������e������tc rncr at >.ui.n .A, T.i* -  whip Vt, tlie.m������ ������otith fco ������ n>-, t. i.e.  e������,l wtchnl *, H*i*ti i-iiii "'���������������������������'.i....  thtno* we t HOchxina t m> iv ot eno,  Xnntoatnnn*-, ennt*toiii| W"   en* ���������, 1 or������-. ���������  f i-1 rnrttcr "f Vii   )   M ei".;   1'^.-,-,-    yA,  north of the southwest comer of No   1  tier  itnh  entity, Ru, rhtiiiiH, thence cast ci^hiy H.(  "'"  ��������� !'.'"������������������ ���������*���������   *���������". ->���������  v.,,v...,    uni-  tnuiitiH nx hundred un.l forty [640) acres  TAKK NDHCK .but .'xt.dny, ..ft.rj.noie or less.  '������������������������������������,!, <h,rt,������||. .ttriinjr,.  ,.f  wi,������|...i RliWIN I' llRKMNKK,  own I'-iric/. IhUihI, Mnwui'lliurr. in iiui!  to ������������������������!., f..r periniN'Jon b������ \en*e tin.foil, tv I ,.,������������������,, ,.,������������������ , ,,.,  ���������.iKieM-r,.*...! f..r������.h������n.5-tron.in������.c|nm,.' l>'"ei' JU"C 4' '9'  Name of Appln.ant.  ADA ELKANOH i\ NKINviS,  VS1.1 !-������������������������  , -it-  UtdJ������ e'.'l't 1910  1  iff,' |i|aceit   ������t the  Inch wn'ar   umri,  ������'*"������'  'I' I'niut no:thrly from t)���������, s  -* . e 'i, ,.,��������� ���������t t|,A fr������p j������������������,| s, \v. ,, ,i,r(  r ���������������������<��������������������������� ii 3d, Cr-rtiK Inland, flionen run-  mt* !���������> * n. ittlm/lj direction folio*in^ !!,,.  .ii������i ..Iff df ihfahuroliiio to ������ jK.int t������u  '������������������>* on "idbcrly Iriti tbi* wild N. IV ,., r.  '���������������*������   ' ih#* fruotiitnal  s, W  (|tiirt,r *,,,.  ������������������I. .A v���������r-,-r. I'lmvt, ..nd #nthro 1 ^ ,||  h> f'iie*lt���������m hfrt'in down  t-i low wnter  min  ��������� ������l Jul   J.*.ib, ",d<*.  en** rt. ���������sriu.sot  ! LAN?) ACT.  Form No 9,  Form of N<*ii< c,  '. Cna*t DUtriu,  ' Diiirict ������t Ran^������* j  T\KK SOTH'K thit   UAm   S'l.-vn-  mm.ot' llfidtnn, (xcop.������lion ni.������riu*d wn.  in in, uiu*iuls to ������i>ply fni  pciini^ion u,  pnrfli,,<ie the following dew ( liti Inn1..;  I tiiiuiiienn.inB .it  *   |w������������ piloted a ihe:  LAND ACT.  'Form No. 9.  ���������____^_EbKni-of-Nouce.-^���������. ���������  Coast District.  District of Range 2;  TAKE NOTICE that George Whalen, oi Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intend-1 to .tpply for permission  10 purchase   the. following   described  lands  Commencing at a post planted about om  mile west from the north west coiner ol  No 2, being two miles1   norih ��������� and   two  miles we-it of the south west coiner of No  i; thence north So cnains, (hence cast So  chains, thenct south ..80 chains, more or  leys to C. L. 3358, thence west, 80 chains  along s;iid licencc to point of commence  ment, containing 640 acres, more or less.  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice,  CouM District Kanun 2.  TAKE NOnCE tli.ii Kobcrt M. Ellis  of Vancouver, occupation,broker, ii.tcuds  to apply for permission 10 pun hast: the  following described lands: Cnmnicudnu  tu-v it post plumed tit thu south west corner of No, to, being two miles north and  two miles west of thc south west corner  of No. 1, thence north 80 chnins, thence  west 80 chains, thence* south 80 chains,  more or less, tlience east 80 chains, to  point of commencement, cnntiiininK 640  acres, more or less,  RUBKKT II. Kl.LIS,  N.uiiu of Applicant,  l)4toilJunn4th, HUH,  1111 ii ���������������������������  1  1 1  11 u������������������Mr���������l���������������������������������  LAND  ACT.  Fni in No. 9.  Form of Notice  Co.ita District Nanue  ,-  TAKK NOTICE llm John. (i. Arm  Miniiu, uf Vancoat'cr, Dccapiuinn, clerk,  iniaids to apply lor peiinisiioii 10 pur-  rlmsii  thu following doici-ibinl limit: ���������  Ciimiiii'iicniK   at  ,1 post plimtnd at the  ninth cast corner of  No, 11, licin^ three  mile-, noith and two miles  west  of tho  ��������� mith west corner of No, 1; 1 hence north  K 1 chums, thenco west Hu ch.i'ms, thi-ncr,  tbenci*  hotitli 80 chniDH, 1l1cr.rn east   80  1'lnins, Im ihe  pniut ol commencement,  cuiitnininH fi.|n acre, morn ur less.  J01ING. AKAI.STNOMJ,  Nuitiu of Applicant.  I l-MICti JUIIC 4H1, I'll".  LAND ACT.  Form No 9.  Form of Notico,  Vt������,*M    On..".  .. fif,'.   -���������  TAKK NOTICK tUtl'Mfrude IM*  lund, of Vmcouvir,'eciipii'iu., n ������>���������  ri d woniiin, in'i'n't" to *H'')' 'or v  miimlrn to piirnb������*o tb" ('ilbmiiu ii--  srrfkrl Imuttt OummiiiflliiB hi h p' n  nUntrd at tin* ncrthe������������it eornor of .t  11, Uit.ii tl tf-* iir.b ������ rth ���������������! tl I'm  |nriH*awr*t r.l the H W eirmri.l N*  I, tilt'!-***' '"rlli K'l ',:'" j1: ', f l.(!������r������'' '���������. :���������'  80  cbii''#    thM).*'>"'ji)fi   HO iil>'i'i-  th������rre wetl 8i)fb.������inn, to ih<   oil 1 (,i  it)mo*ne*oirn������, eont. i inj; GW wtn'  m' rt or h **,  GKHTHUI^ HOIUNIt  % Ml.fc ij A||llC������l)t  U.imI Junr -1-t-, I'Jin.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form ol Notice,  Coaet Distriot,  Rnope 2.  TAKE NOTICE that John Mora\-  ic, of Vancouver,occupation construe-  ter. iutfi>da   to apply for permisBioc  to purchase   tbe   folio* ii'g   desoribet'  l������nds:-Oomaiericing sta post plant'd  at tb������ northeast, corner of No 14. bring   five   miles nortb and  two n.iim  wtst of tbe Boorbwt'st ooruer of No 1,  tl.enca nortb 80 chains,  tbenoe   wes.  8U cbains,  tbenee   south   80 chaiiu  tbenee east 80 chains, lo tbe point o  ocmaiencemeut, containioi? 640 ncrrs,  moreorles.'.      JOHN aiOUAVIO,  -��������� '���������������������������������������������Narae-of-Applicani-  Dsted Jure 6,1910  " .   LANU ACT. ���������  Form Ko 9.  Form of N vice.  Coast Diatriot, Rung" 2.  TAKB NOHOB thuJo������<.';h Mor-  Avio, of Vato.nver, n������ctH'atii-.rt en^iii-  cr, intends to apply (01 per" i sion ic  cnicbhBe the fnUuwint:th scrllxd landf*.  Oiniineucin'g ������t a pOHt planted at rbt  n'nbtast. obiner i f No 14. leinjj fivi  miles rorth nnd two ttvles w*������������t of tbi  ei 'UtbwRhtoorour of N 1,-tb' 1 ce north  80 chains, ii'fi.GH east. 80 rbaitix.  fien^e siiuth 80 otiaiua, tbenee wist 80  chaius,to tbe poin' o| ctJiiiiTieiici-  mcDt oobtuininv BIO acre*, more or  lew. JOSEPH MOUAVIO,  ,  Naiwe ul Applicant.  lined June ������ 1910  LAND ACT,  Form No, ft. Form of Notico.  Coast Diatriot, Rsuge 2.  TAKB NOTICE that Aloxaoder MoPhee  of Vanoouver, occupation, carpenter, inteuda to apply for permission to purchase  the tollowiug deaenbed laiitis.:���������Cominuno-  iog at at a pout plauted ut tho uoitli west  coruer of No. 12, beiug lour milts nortb  aud three miles west of the touth *est co ���������  ner of No.l, theuoe north 80 uh a ins, theuce  west 80 chains, theuco south 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains, to tho point of com-  inencenieut, containing 940 aores., more or  lesa. ALEXANDER McPHEE,  Name of Applicant.  Dated "June Oth, ltllO.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  Ceaat Distriot. lbiitge 2.  TAKE NOTIOE ttut Naomi MePheo,  of Vancouver, occupation, mairied woman  inteuda to apply for permission .to purchase the following described lands: Com  meeting at a post planted at the iiorth  west corner of No. 14, being five n,iie.-i  north and threo miles west ��������� I! the south  west comer <f No. I, theuca north 80  chains, theuce west 80 ciiaiuB, Uieiioo  south 8(J 'chains, thenoe east 80 oliaiaf, to  tlm point of cou.uieucement, coutaii.irg  610 acres, more or lea*;  NAOMI MoPHEE,  Name of Ayyiicaut.  Dated June 6th, 1910,  LAND ACT,  E'ui-m N������. 9.  LAND AUf.  Form N" 0  Fcrii of Nuica.  Cohs' ri'rict, Rung* 2.  TAKE NOnOK rbat, WiilUm  Huinpfl, of V nioouver, onoupnlinn fuie  mftn.iiitfntls to ������M Iv lor piruti'i*ii.i������  t piirch'tH" the lollowitK dr^ci>ib<-'ri  Imiila,-���������I'mitmi-ndug at a poftpUnud  nt tiiH tiortnuf.ee corner of No 10, be-  it-Bill- mihs north And ttvn mile  weat of the uouthwtht ttoiner of No 1,  thei.OH north 80 chains, tbimce went  80 ''bains', thonoti Houth 80 cIu'Ihh,  thecotf chhi 80obniuH, >o tlif point oi  ciili)ti)cncei*jenl,9i)nlniiiiiii! 010 t*<xtet,  more or I ws. VVJLLIaM HAINES,  Name of AnplioMit,  Datrd Jun-> fi I'J 10  Coast District, Rwge 2.  TAKE NOTIOE tb.it Lewis J. Bull, of  Vancouver, ueoupation, foremau, inun da  to apply for p.Tmi-Bio.i t������ jmrcbase   lUe  following desoribed lands: Comma;.oing  at a post-. id'ititud at tlio norih wtit com* r  of No. IG. beiug Am mdin 11..rth and throa  miles west of tlm south \v������Bt corner of No  1, thencivuorih 80 oliaji)������, thei 00 we t  80  chains, thonce south. 80.chuius,   thenco  east 80 cirii'iN, to tht-point of comin������"e-  uieut, contaiiiiiij.'ti'lO kcioii, more i.r lesa.  LEW IS .1. HULL,  Nams of Applioaut.  Dated June Cth, 1910.  LANU AUf.  For'n No 9.  Form ol Notion,  Cuaci Dinriot, Uanxe 2.  TAKB  It'Olli-K that ('forgo 0,  1'rstt, of Viujooiiviir, icr.upfttion  ao*  couiitant, Int^ntls tn npply lor   pn  ruim i.n to 1 urdnim* ttn< b HowinK do  sctitiul Ituitlrt���������Ooramtii' i natttpoat  pl'ini'd at the norlhimst comer ol No.  1(1, btfing  sit  011 las   nurtli and tw.  miles vittl ul the soum wont normr nl  No 1 thi iiui* Mirth Hi) cbains, tM-oiv  ims  80 obHlr������ 1 bo.r.i iout.1' 80 oiaini,  'ieitu*. tvuii till obuins, 10 ibcpoiDioi  c inmeii'emiiP,eoiittiuin|i WI acres,  oure or l*t������,  UKUHU8 0,1'ttAl'T,  N������n,e ut Applioant.  Dated Jim. (I, UUU  LANU AOT.  F.r.n No. 0.  Form of Nolioo.  Coaab District, Km.oo 2.  TA1CK NOl'IwE Lliut AUxumlor J. St������w.  ������rt, of Viii.o diver, Mimiiiitio.i, oirpi'iit. r,  iniomlB to npply fur 1 ui'iiiiihiou tn t'Ur-  0I111 0 tlio follmvhijp tluBoribod In ds: ���������  Ooiiuiiwiciiijf at a pfist pliuutid tti tue  hIi iu about '.'4 11.ILs in 11 south ens-  tori/ direoliuii fr.nn thu sotith wua 0truer of Nu. 1, tlimiuo Jnwtli 80 olirtiiic,'  thenoo ua.ic 80 ch ius, tl\cti������������ smith 80  oh dim tbiuiiiO Wdi>t Sli olutiiiB, to point  of uoiiuuBnuuiiiOiit, ooi.Ultiiiiu (MO wonitt,  mor������ orlops.  ALKXANI)KRJ..81'KWART,  Niimo of Applioaut.  Date June Oth, 101(1.  LAND A0P.  Form No, V. Konn of Noi:co.  Ooast Uialvlut, lliumo %  TAKBNOTIVK that KUrtuUi .bine  Smith, of Vaiu'oiivor, tnjuujidioi', nunlod  wnniiin, iiitoiidt) to upi'l)' for pu'iiisnimi  to piiruhnto Um foJImvinii dosuiibntl l<������rnia:  t'oinmciiuliin nt 11 niht |.hiiili)d at tlm  uoutli oiiHloornur of Nn, I, tlionoit n nvi  80 oluiiiiH, iiiorii nrl'HH irviluro lh o, il.ni -  ou it iht SO cIi.iiim 11I011H rortht rn boutidii'y  of Nu, iii), tiicnur nm tn Ml) oIihiuh. tl.ouui  west t>0 chitiin., ti> point of i'oio)n������uc������ioi, t,  coutainibK Oil) aorui*, iiinru or less,  KLJZAIIICTII.IANK SMITH,  Nmiii) of Ajuiliciint.  D..to Juno Dili, 11110,  LAND AOT.  ir ���������������    i\  i *lu.   ,  v O,  *  Fcrm cs Notioe.  Cntut District, tlaote i.  TAKB NOTIOB (htr Da������o FfrKn-  "tu,ot Vancrtivir,oeenratlnn hwtchor  ������      . ,.!.,(.,.., r  , t   .    ,  .s ,'     *,,������    ^j,|..(,    ,*,    j. ,U.... .....    ,s,  - UM'basn   the   fol|owin*<    dtaerlhed  andn���������Oon inenciriKat n po"tplant������d  near tbu iHsch at Ibn somtvewt corner  t' No IJ, hfiiH' two ml Us rorth  an*1  iliM-'t mil'N w"������.r ij/ tbe i"������itfhw-rHt, cor-  "i ������f Nn l,tbp<iw north 80 ebalnr,  t'tri'rt- wnt Htinbtl't.  thane.* ������ou������l  8(1 clmins, more ttr fa������ tn ahnrt hue,  m>miw     i-act     80    flhu'ns      alorm  ,|.i.ic li(t������ te i������nlnt et comirtfi reo.'Pt,  on twitting M0 *t*tan, ten* or Iras,  D������VK PMuUfOlS,  Nume tf Applieaut,  piKf Jiinftj Mill)  \V YOU WANT  SUKHOItlHK K������H THK NKU>  ONLY ONK UUt I.Ai; A YKAU.  GOOD I'llINTINa  t.iVK UH A TlUAt,  L,\ND AUT,  i oiui .iti, ,1, J nun ol Nolioo,  ('   ..   1 l]..ll'lA,   l'lt���������h������  ii,  TAKE NOTICK that David n***������rn  Miliir, of Vnrouiit'oi, ooou|������liori, vurprn-*  tor, intemls toupjily (ur jwrmiaaloii to pm -  v.������(H. .':* ������������M..������>ll4 lll'Ot'tllltltl   |l|;il(.|--l'OIII  meiicing nt a po������t pUutsit at thu Himth  ������*������Ht oorner uf Nn, I iliniion imrth 60 1 baiim  thonuo fast 80 oLidim, thunce south 80  ithab'i thfinca nm SOolmitic, to point of  ouimiiuiiueiiitiit, oonwioiiiH (U0 utna n.nre  or Ims,  DAVID DA WHON hllhVH  Nainn nf A [i|.lirnnt,  n������t<id .lumt mil, mio.  FOR NAM:- A IIvt. ionium!  lioiiw 011 luilf lot, Vni' fitrtlmr jutr-  ticiiliirstifitily if UiU n'!l������'������*.  FOU   HALR-Smlili   Vrotith*)*  Tviie'vn'tei in   p I nnler,   C������Hf,  $V:r,MU ������il{ *,!���������]) fur $*><M?0.  A[i.  ply ut tliiaulHiv, THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  I*  LANP Ad.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast Distriot,   Rango 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William F. Smith,  of Vaucouver, ocoupatiou, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purohaso  the following described lauds:���������Commencing at a post planted at the north east cor.  ner of No. I, thenoe north SO chaius, thonce  oast SO ohams theuce south SO chains,  thence west 80 ohaiin, to point of eomm-  i-ncHiiiunt, containing 040 acre;, miiro or  lois, VVILLIAM F. SMITH,  Name of Applicant.  DitodJiuioO.h, 1010.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notico.  Ooast District,   Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Margaret MoKiv-  or, of Vancouver, ocoupatiou, marriod wo  ir.au, intends to apply for permission to pur  ohase the following described lands:���������Commencing at a post plauted at the uorth east  ooruer of No. 3, beiug two miles uorth ami  ono��������� mile cast of the south wost ooruer of  No. 1, theuoe north 80 chains, thence cast  SO oha ns dunce tou-.li SO chain*, theuce  weat SO oliiinc, to the point of commencement, oouiai.. ng 010 nores, more'or less.  AlAltOAUKTAloKIVOR,  Name of Applicant.  D;iod June.9 h, 1010.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo, B.C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  FOR   SALE   BY  Walworth-Rolston Co.   Ltd  BOVRIL renovates  the blood and builds up  muscle and nerve. It is  good for children,  athletes and invalids���������  good for all.  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vancouver, B. C.  I.ANI.i ACT.  Jt'orm No. 9. Form ei Notice.  | Coast Dist. Mt, Range 2.  TAKK NOTICK u at Annie Higham, of  Vai.oouvtr, uecupiiii-ii, married woman, in  ihi.iIh to apply  for permission to purchase  the following desci'il'.'d  lands:���������Commeuo-  1 ii.g at a pout planted at tho north east corner of No. 5, being three miles north and  one  mile eaBt Of the south, west corner  of  'No.l, thence SO chains north,   tht nee 80  ohains eust, theuce SO chains south, theuoe  SO chains west, to the   point of cominence-  'uieut, coatatuing WO acres, more or'teaS.   ,  ANNIE H1GHA.M,  Ni������me of Applicant.  Dated J nn" 9th, 1910.  " LAND AU'f.  _Eqr;Ti_N-fL 0        ���������j '��������� -Fomi-of-Notictr  I Coast District,  Range 2.  TAKE NOTICl!) ilmt Maggie Armstrony  of Vancouver, occupation, married woma d  intends to apply for penuissson to purchase  the folLmviiiK described lamia:���������Conutienc-  iiig at i poat planted a1, the north east cor-  ser of No. 7, being four miles nyrth and  one mile en������t of the soulh wost oonier' of  No. 1. thenco north 80 chains, thenoe eant  'iO chains, thenoe souih SO chains, tlieoo.*  vest SO chains, to the point of couimonce-  iifiiit, containing fl-JO acres, mure or lesf,  MAGGIE ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applicant,  Dated Juno 9th, 1910.  Pi  0  Pi  Pt  Of  H'  !>���������  A  R  o  to  E-  SS8  <-.-  Ha,"  ��������� ��������������������� S  t> < -a  <- td ���������*  J X   *.-  5 ** "a  ** *t\   o  2 O <o  p       iw  o  *~    O   ���������%  *������������������ -  tA  x. -  a ���������ti   tr.  o  n   O  o.     *>  ij  ���������?, t>  m J* y>  *>   *-  m  *>���������������="  x   ������ '  it   ������  ���������3 ���������*  Ir, "  O  ���������^3  a  O.    9  ������  -8  U3     -*i  IT.  S *������  -.3   !������  Ti      *m  u  S  C     **  &  ���������i -c  ac -  a  ���������n  u  P  %  ti  v  P,  o  o  v  ^.*  ce  *   -i $  ���������*���������   I -  I .H  J=  T o  .2 ti h.  a. fi'O  c Cf) o  J3  t*t  tn  W  H  'rt  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  belonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off tlie land  of the said Company, will be prosecuted to tbe full extent of tbe law.  W. L. COULSON,  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Oo,y.  CUMBERLAND & UNION  WATEU WORKS CO., Ltd.  NOTICE.  Sprinkling will be allowed only  between the hours of 7 to 8 in the  morning and from 7 to 8 in  the  evening.  Leaky taps must be attended to  at once.  Any changes or additions to ex-  listing piping must bo Jsanctioned  i by the company.  A. McKnight,  Malinger.  Riding on  MAD������ IN CANADA.  'f P*ff\ ti a  .' t^W;1'-* -tr*"*  l*>.^-m9*mmk  i������w������ir3K*>������  l*-'*1 is\'-������'-' y-  ^mxi'  Always the samo,  and  just as  ijopil as over. The ������������������(���������iraiid Duke"  pi g������r. ______  ���������I,AND RI'XilSTUYAGT.  (NTHB MATTER of nn o|<|)linn-  lion for a Di'.plictno Coriificnio  of Title tn pun of Section One,  I Coniox Dist. ict  NOTICK Ih hereby piven tbat it  my inioniion at tin* pxpirn.ioii  [on.* month from Ih'iditio of thn  jirfl publioiilion hereof, lo ihhuh a  ^uplicaio Oertilionle of Tit-|e lo  hnve land innifd to John Ha|ilNlo  iddinf?9 on IhoSOih day of July  SOU und numbered 2275������.  J. P. M.'LKOl),  Deputy llegiHl-rnr Cionenil,  and Ui-giitiry Ollice, Viotorin, Ji.C,  he Ulihd.iy of JunolOIO.  S  b'lauEHWi  ���������"JUXTrtnum^'i  Guarantood Chcralcally Puro  SOLD IW PACKAGES AND CAN_S f;  Same Prico rr tho poor  Adulterated Kinds  B  LTD.  E. W. GILLSTT CO.  Toronto, Ont.  J$*tt*T<r?xfe*^in')*w  NOTIOE.  looomotfves and   rai.  0  way cars of the Union Colliery  Company by any person ur jier-  sons-*-except tain crew^���������iu strictly  prob?v-ned. Employees -re sub-  'fiO'to cismirisi'tl for allowing sain-  By order  :!'       W. L.  COULSON,  General Manager.  !$imm**+*m**y*ja^^  G. H TARBELL  armemmuarmMmt  nmmi ��������������������������������������������������� fwii*������wiai i ������ lis in������������������������>���������  Hicli gradeItoves  And nil' KITCHEN    UTENSILS  Almost New  MOTOR  CAR ..  CBA%GAIN  A model ten, 4 cylinder Buick  Automobile, carries four passengers, is complete with top, glass  front; lull set of head, sido and  tail lamps, aud other equipment.  This car has not run over 2,000  miles, is in A 1 shape. Cost over 3i,4oo.  Owner will taka $1000 for.  Thos. PLIMLEY  1110 Gov,t Street, Victoria, B.,C.  HSHf" Opposite Spencers  7,  S.S."LITHIA  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. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Gomox.B. C.  ROYAL STANDARD ELOUR  MAKES  BEST BREAD.  Milled in Vancouver.���������Patronize  Home Industry.  The following are the winning.  numbers for August   for Royal  Standard Flour:��������� .  __  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  D:Htrict of Coast, Range 2.  takk notice that Frank Hinks*  man, ol Vancouver, 13. C, wood  merchant, intends toapjly for yer-  mission to purchase ihe following  described lin.de: Commencing'at j.-.  pos. planted iihou: 4| miles north  aud 1 miie eutst of the southeast  corner of CL 3358, thence south -10  chains, Uifciicc! west 80 chains,  thence north 40 ci.ains, thence east  80 chiiinF, to post of comme.icement,  conlaiuinjj 320 ncres more or   leBe,  FHANK HINKSMAN.  Dated July 28th. 1910.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for gliosis.  Tho Oentinl Hotel for BportBraon  None bill tint llont of Wines and Liquors  ���������it the Hnr.  HATES  REASONABLE  John J.Minston,     Prop  Z STORE Z  J. JACK,   P������op.  A Fine Assortment: of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco,  Vancouver Ice Cream.  SntiidWliuii ��������� Buy 11 "Urnm!  ukc" niiil hnvo Kiitibl'iwlloii, Uii-  ii imulo, liiiinl mndo, 1111.I miuie  0111 clour lliivium Killer,  FOR SAKE--A Kuril Run ���������  mr. Automobile, 15-18 Jlmw-  \vtu**l' cylinder, nil Newly paint*  , new tyoi'H, mid ovorytliin^ coin-  ted:.prloo 8700.00. Apply tn  II, JuIuihUiii, Cmirloiiiiy Hotel,   m*.   IC. O. Kindo  J'ipo fittinir nnd  nei'itl rnpnirin^.  Not only is it n nice mild  ,oke, but tbe "Gmnd Duke''  u ini> mi tnuM.* necessiuy  iliiie������ which give so much  Infection to the smoker.  NOTIOK TO THK VUl.UC.  IfaviiiB Imilt 11 lnr|(f) wrnclioiiHonml mill  ntCoiiri������'iuj', 1 will it) fttturn.knpp 01  linml 11 Hloo'i nl'nll I lmln (if liny, (ir.iin,  nnd I'Vil ������t 'o������0ht nnultet rntcH, A  i'pc(iiiill-,v -will li" iiiikIm of ro'lor cninln>il  foeil ft-i* Itni'H-H wliiuh will nillko ll n������vlii!,'  of nnt' tlurd In tlm ood, nt Ned. Ordiim  Mivi'it tlio loiuinitvr vr Uy )iliono Mill lie  |)i'imi|i'l,v lllln<i. Thniiltlnuyfiii for yonr  pitr niiai' in the i"'iit ami iKi'iciiiiu: n cmi  lliiiii.ncoof tlm mm.n on liiDuljr luiu.1, I  Ik'H to mi.1.i'i  Voui'H In (jDinnuiiiil,  IIVRON rilAWVOlM)  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  f'tt-t*tl*i*mXinMr^f  |_FAIRF1ELD_|  it*  tt*  lb  0  <>  %  *  tt*  b  t?  ���������������  ���������t) Dunsmuir Ave.  Onmboi'ltind ������  <ii 'I  tMjnwMwar^1. *������.vi"*^'imiw<������*fy������T.'Watf������wi������i-wMwwi<ii������i Mma^miem  1 P.DEITIS  Dealer in  AU, KTXDS OF  I Fruit, Candy Cigars  I Cigarettes & Tobacco.  Houom Hlock,  JUMDERLAND, U.(J.  r#<t>A9G4'l*9>tr4>99999999999  [Adviii'tinci-H M'ill confer 11 ���������favor  briiiifin^ in 'heir nd*. not. luii'i'  III MondllV. IU������ t li Iw   will   nimble  m  piintern, to iiifort it in  the  |,t mno on ihe following Ttici--  111 Ad in the  News  iys.    Try it.  UNION S. S. CO., of B.C. Ltd  VVcelc-miiJ Rorviao  liotwoon Vfitirmuvoi',  '      N111...I.W.   I';v-."   <'-y   :. ';,'   '!...  Btui'l C'lytlo built twin wutnv  Htennmr "COWIOIIAN"  Hulling iih nmliir���������  Lonvm Vmieniivflr, Hiiturtliiy 8 j in  Arrivim Nannimti, HiiluHny Itipm  AiiivHH Uiiluti, .Niiiniiy 0 h in  Arrived I'.'iii.'t,   ���������inn.Iny H j, in  KuMiniinu:���������  Lcnvr** t'enuix. ���������'tmilny t p in  !>iVi*n llti'i. Hu miu}* 5 p m  Airlvii* Ntiiii'iun, Hiimlny II pm  Am������.ti t'ltntffMivftr Mumlny 7 it m  Htn������r |<**vr*ii Ut ion fnr CinnbnrJnn 1 every Muniliiy niornii'tf imi **rnvnl nf' <!0\V.  |( 'I I AN*;" mul  IriiviH (' nil*<ln>il llnlnl  ������t I   | m,  ��������� Oltli������������linw With  ������*.'Uiii*r  Ut.i.)'j.  JOHN McLEODS  I'Uli rlU6.'-iUt-A,S?*  CANDY. KltfflTH,  iJI(������AHS i. TORA0COH  WATER NOTIOB.  NOTICE is. hereby given that .an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a liconse in the Division of  Comox District.  fn) The name, address and occupation  of tbe npplicant is William Alexander  Matmw.o.i, of Comox District, British  Columbia, Fnrmor  ���������(b) Tho name of the lako, stream  or source^ (ifunnamed, tho descrip-  ion is) Three Springs, known n������ Matbew-  son'a Springs, sitmte on Saotion Six, Co.  mnx Distriot.  (c) Tho point of divorsion is direct from  fouioi.rir Spriugp.  [it) The (juanttty of wator applied for  (m oubio ftet jjor mo nil] 0.05G oubio feoi  por H' COIlH,  (e.) Tho character of tho proposod  whvIu   (f.) Tlio premisos on which tho wator Is to bo tisod (describo samo)  Section Six, Oomox D'nttnit, Jlniiuli Col-  mnbia,  a'.d  tlie Northw.nt JW imrtH of  Section Might, Oninox U^triot  aftmwuid,  (ii.) Tho purposes for which tho  wat'H is ti l>o lbwl I' no-tio jj. rpihoo,  (h) If for Irrigation describo tho  land-intended to bo irrigated, giving  acreage   (I.) If tho waterils to bo usod for  power or mining purposed describo  tho plnco whore tho water Is to bo  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference In altitude botwoon  <iolnt, of diversion and point of re-  turn iuMMH  im iHimti ********* dtffiiMt  (J.)Aroa of Crown bind intend^! to  he occupied by tho proposed works"  (k.i Thin notice wns pontod on tho  Ultli dny ������f Hcplcinlini*, MIHI, nml lippl ���������������������  tion "ill bo nndn I, i Iho V tmniwlmioron  llm '.'S I. dny td Oo ������' t>r, HIKi  1.) (llvo the narncfl nntl nddresdcri  of any I'lpnrlnn prnprlotoi-H nr liewn*  neon M'ho or wIiohc Inml.i nro llkoly tu  hn nffootnd by tbo propnHod works,  oitlmr nbovo or below tlio nutlet:  None.  (Mlfii-ititro)   \V, A.MATIIKn'SIOM,  (!'. O. inMrrHH)   Oninny, 11.(1,  75554 98519  54282 911II  85588  c83������73   79256  36393   42x76  93001  LAND RKGISTKY ACT.  In the mutter of an Application for  for  a   Duplicate Certified to of  Tille to Lots 11 and 12 Block  A [noap522;B) Town of Cum  berlnnd.  ���������   NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN  thnt it i'r my intention at tbeexpi-  nititm if one month from tbe date  nf the first publication hereof, lo is-  ���������110 a Duplicate Certiffcate of Title  to nai'1 Iflntla isHUed lo John Wem*  wood on iho  7th dny  of August  1806 und numbered.814 0.  Lund Itegiutry Oilice, Victoria,  B.C.  Tho 23.-d day of Aurubi 1010.  S. Y. WOOTTKN  Rowifltrnr Oeuoral.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coagt, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Percival  James McLaughlin, of Vancouver.  B,C, rancher, intends lo apply for  permission to purchase the following desoribed lands; Commencing  at a post planted about 5 miles  north and 2 miles eaet of the south  cast corner of CL 8358, thencenorth  80 cbain������. theuce west 80 chaiue,.  thence south SO chains, thence east  80 chain?, to post of commencement  containing 640 acres, more or less.  PERCIVAL JAMES McLAUGHLIS  Dated July 27th, 1910.  NOTICE ia i* hereby given that at tbe  next meeting of the Bourd of License -  Commissioners of tbo City of Cumberland, I intend to apply for a transfer o  tbe wholesale liquor license held by mo  on lot 3, blopk 2, to block 15, lot 6, Cumberland Townsue.  CIALI MUSSATTO.  Dated this 9th day,of August, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  ������������������-Distxiet-of&ors������7"Range 2. \  TAKE FOTICE that Westley  Evert Westley, of Vancouver, B.C.,  plasterer, intends 10 adply for permission to purchase the following  describod lands,���������-Commencing at a  post planted about 5 miles north  and 2 miles eatt of tbe southenHt  comer of CL 3358, tbenee soulh 80  chains, thence enat 80 chains,  thence north 80 chnins, thence west  80 chains, to post uf commencement, containing C40 acres, more or  les*].  WESTLE1' EVERT WESTLEY.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  NOTICK  ViXfory Monday and Tuesday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butler and nil kinds of Wj't'inbb'"  Hill  >-iill 1  I       lll*-0 pDlllIIH'H;  will  ChiuYkuk,  Snndwick.  NOTIPK.  Any pt'i'.son or persons wisb-  iiijj to cut any fallen timber on  City I'nrk lots ore nt lib- riv tn  ,,,,1 '���������"."!.".���������::;���������.,. ....;,,v ,rui '.'.������...1  own use Any Ntntidinjr timber  mtiNt not be cut or destroyed  Any perron found dumping k1"''  bnye on miid park lots will be  pHf-'vtifed. Ily order of llie Cit\  Council.  A. McKinnon,  Sccietnry.  flity Unll, Aug., 191b, iyio  K. C. Mmde, denier in stoves  and i.in^s; also pliunbtiig and  pi j w li'.iiuy ami yenrral repnir-  itij>, I o 1! A}������en for thc Oliver  Tyjn. WiiU r.  NOTICE jh bcreliy given (hut 30  duyn after date I imcd to apply to  tho Hon, tho Chief ComtnlHsionor of  Lnudti and Works for 11 license to  pi'ot>|'0.Jt for conl ������nd petrolfuni un'  dor tin) landa in Nelson District,  Vanconverlrlund, described in> follows:��������� Commenoing al n poit  p'nrcd on iho wo-t botindiiiy line of  tho ->ld Unyno" Sound Lease, nhout  80 0I1.1111* from tbo northwwt comer  of paid Lunpe, thfiioe proceeding  rO'ilb 80 chnins, tlimue omt *I0  0 niiis moro nr Icks tu the wesi boundary line of Section 1,1 bunco uortb  H5 clioui." following snid wont boundary lino of Section I tn tbo nortl ���������  west corner of Heolion 1, tinmen uo������t  20 clniin*., llii'iioe nor b It* chain",  tliemo inohi 20 eh.iitm more or ht*  tu inl'.iul p.iinl,  RA. OAUKWOlltSON,  IC, Priiim, A������. nt,  lUto.l Dili 121 hi day of Sopt inbor, IW,  NOI'ICI'3 iM'u'ru'iy Kiv������'n tlmt Jin daya  nftor (lite 1 intoi.il to apply t" the Hon.  i no t Innl U timiiFHion������r nf J.hikIh nml  U ..i ��������� 1-1 it 1.1'liMti t.. pr HptHit ptr conl tt  pit Hilnim undor nml un tlm InniU in Nd-  irni Dihtriut, Vr������tic������u������fr I������l������od mid >li+������  eri I'ed tt* follow :���������C<nuniencing ������'  tl prmt iilitrod mi I Ik* went l.i.iiful-i -y  iiiiouf'Ini'ild IJtiynes Sound Lhuh,  .iliou. 80 oIi������.Iiih from the north went  oorner punt of ibe  llnyntft   Horn d  Loiine, pneoeding tbe conloiijfMid  liotit dary Una  nortb 80   rlinini-  mure ������������r hta to tbo n^HliwiM cormr  ufnld Httyiifft Hnnitd F-euxe, tbenne  e,ie\ 4>ri ebaiiii more nr  htr* to   lie  upnt*m hotiudnry nf a-ei   apt'l"d  t,,r   by   C   Carow   (Jil^.n, tbenee  hi uh   fiO  cbaiiiu.  tbenee wen 25  (Iminn,   llemi*   >r������nlli   .1(1 ibrt'im  COAST LAND DISTRICT,  District of Consl, Range 2,  TAKE NOTIOE that Ernest At*  kins, oi Vancouver, B ()., oconpn.  lion tinsmith, intends to apply for  permission to purohnso the following described lands: Commencing  at a post planted nhout 5 miles  north and 2 miles east of thufouth-  ertst oornor of C L 3358, thonco  south 80 cbninp, thenco west 80  cbeinc, thonco north 80 oh<������ins,  thence oast 80 ohuliiR lo post of  comninucpment, containing 040  acres, moro or less  ERNEST ATKINS  Dnted July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  Sr C   C- SCLfl'IIVO If   V"H    W������rtl   l'1''"e*   W'*,,,   20   fi,"������in#'   lo '""*'  p n\    HF.CAKKW GUtHON.  it I'iiO'o, Orjjnn, Rewinp Nlneinru.  il|/cnt fnr till Kiifl** of   iniifiVil   ill  frtninn'nt*. Cniiibcrbitid, U, C.  \ at E Prff t, ncent.  I).������!*d8ep������en>l������r2lp', 1010.  District of Const, Uango 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Jarnon  Horvey Keo, of Vanoouver, B.C.,  occupation 101 motor, intHtidi' to npply for pormi<*hlon to purchase tbo  following diM'.ribt'd lands; Com-  nif oolopt nt a pout planted about b  mill's nortli and 2 milus oast of tbo  Hon1 beast eoiper nf CL 3IM8, tbt'iiew  nonb 80 chainf, thenco o'ihi 80  cli'iin?, thence fttilb fiOcbulns,  'bin co Wc-il H) cimiiiH in poft ef  onn.meneenient. rniil'nt������lnj������ PACx  ncres, more nr \enn,  JAMES HKKVEY FEE.  Dated July 27lb, 11)10,  CiA >i LAN' 'a DifciHlul.  !>l.������r|ct of Cossr, IUnRe2.  TAKK NOTIOK that Richard 1>  Lee*..p, 01 Vancouver, )1.0.,Konth**  miin, iniei.ds lo npply for prnni ���������  *inn to piiiebase iho following A*)-  tcrttMMl land-: CtonimenrinR ai a  \Kt$t ilantrtl about 7 miles no-th  snd 2 miles east of tbe n'lillemt  eorno* of CL 113.18, thonre suiitb W>  eb������in������, tbenee nint 80 rlmin.,  if'liiiiw nofib r-l) eb������lo������. tbe"**e wr t  80 chains to poit of cr>iot������ene������mtnt  enntaininf B40 i<rr**. mnrn or loan,  RirilARO D I.EKSON.  U.ied July 'J7lh, lfJlO. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  IN PAIN FOR YEARS  "FRUIT-A-T1YES" BRINGS RELIEF-  HE IS A BIG MAN.  Hon.  MRS. FRANK EATON  Frankville, Ont., Sepi. 27, r<p9-  "I suffered for years from headaches,  end pain in the back, and I consulted  doctors and took everv remedy obtainable without any relie'f. Then I began  taking "Fruit-a-tives", the famous fruit  juice tablets, and this was the only  medicine that ever did me any real good.  I took several boxes altogether, and  now I am entirely well of all my dreadful headaches anil backaches".  (Signed) MRS. FRANK EATON.  50c a box, 6 for f,2.50 or trial box, 25c  At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Limited,  Ottawa.  And Father Agreed  Home study for Tommy had just  begun and he found it hard to apply  himself to regular hourc-. At bedtime one even ing his father said:  "Tommy, I am not at all pleased with  the report your mother gives mo of  your conduct today."  "No, father, I knowed you wouldn't  be, and 1 told her so. .. But she went  right ahead an' made th' repoit. Jest  like a woman, ain't it?"  Housekeepers   who   wish    to  (heir  houses   clean   dining  the  nier 1110ntl1sow.il use    Wilson's  Pads.  keep  sum-  Fly  of  yours  in  the  D. C. Fraser Has Both Physical  j and  Mental Size.  \ Tho Honorable Duncan Cameron )  , Fraser, Lieutenant-Governor of Nova ���������'  i Scotia, is, his numerous friends j  ! throughout Canada will be pained to j  j learn, in pour health at the present .  time and, after consulting a special- j  ! ist in Montreal, has retired to the j  j quiet of his country homo in Guys- I  horo, the county he represented in j  I the Federal Parliament for many !���������  i years. I  '    Governor Fraser is an  ardent dis- i  1 ciple   of I/.aak  Walton.    He   likes to  j catch fish���������fresh water fish and salt .  ( w. titer fish. j  1). C. Fraser is ono of Pictou ;  I county's big men. He is big in ,  I stature, big in h<virt, big in his con- '  victions, and, if I may use tho term,  j big   in   tho   affections   of   all   Nova  Scotians.  A Liberal of the old school, a tren- (  chant speaker, an indefatigable can- ;  vasser, a ready fighter, ho has, ;  nevertheless, won the love of his j  strongest political opponents and ���������  thoy will rejoice to see him ������eturn to  Government House possessing all his .  old-time vigor  and geniality. |  1).  C. Fraser is a lawyer   by   pro- ;  fession,  a   Presbyterian   by religion, ]  and   was, when   in   politics, a Grit. I  Ho was   a member   of   the Supreme  Court Bench for a  short time,  resigning that honorable position to accept  the more congenial and less arduous  one of lieutenant-governor.    The latter position he fills with dignity and  tact.  As an after dinner speaker, Governor Fraser has no equal in Nova  Scotia., and as a presiding officer at  important functions he has few  peers. He is broad and liberal in  his views, and is a valiant champion  ot the right of every man to his own  opinion.  ln his younger days���������the early  days of his legal and political career  ���������D. C. Fraser was an ardent upholder of the doctrine of moral  suasion. He believed in moral  suasion���������he preached moral suasion  and he practiced moral suasion, and  throughout the countryside was  known as "Duncan Suasion." In  the cause of temperance reform, he  wielded   quite  an   influence^  and   it  amBnk  is  the  best,  remedy' |  known   for   sunburn,  heat, rashes,  eczema,  sore feet, stiAgs ana  blisters.   A skin food!  All Drutibtt and Storei.-tO,.  HOME FROM BURMAH.  Sometimes people do, and suffer,  because the stomach balks.  Insufficiently Protected  Mary had been greatly interested in  watching the men in her grandfather's  orchard putting bands around the  fiuit trees, and asked a great many  questions.  Some weeks later, wlun in the city  with her mother, sbe noticed a gentle-  nmn with a mourning hnnd around  his sleeve.  "Mamma," she asked, "what's to  keep them from crawling up l)is other  arm?"  The change of dietary, that comes  with spring and summer has the effect in weak stomachs' of s tting up  inflammation, re.-ulting in dysentery  and cholera morbus. The abnormal  condition will continue if not attended and will cause an exhaustive drain  on the system. The b^st available  medicine is Dr. ,T. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial. It e'ears the stomach  and bowels of irr'tants, counteracts  the inflammation a-id le.^tores the  organs to healthy action.  Papa���������That  young  man  comes very frequently.  Daughter���������He  novel'  comes  morning.  Papa   (getting   hi-;  inning)��������� 1   wish i  be would.   If he could sec you at that! was here he found vent for the doc-  time he would never come again.    '     trine so near his heart.   Making men  sober hy moral suasion is almost unknown new.   The law is supposed to  he~thp-curo-aMi��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������   D. C. Fniser is prominent in the  courts of his church. His experience has been all the way over the  road from singing in James Church  choir to taking an active part in the  debates of the General Assembly. He  is an ardent church unionist, and his  address  before  thc  last  General  As-  The   Immortal   Fount  A  truly  eloquent  parson  had  been  preachine for an  hour or so on the  immortality of the soul.  "I looked at the mountains." be de-  claimed, "And could not help thinking; 'Beautiful as you are you will be  destroyed, while my soul wi'l not.'" I  pn zed upon the ocean end cried:  'Mighty as you aro you will eventually dry up, but not 1!' "  Minard's   Liniment Cures  Distemper.  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., Limited  Gentlemen,���������In June, '98, I had my  hand and wri.-t bitt *ri and badly  mangled by a vicious horse. I suffer-  ed greatly for several days and the  tooth cuts refused to heal until your  agent gave nie a bottle of MINARD'S  LJN1MJ5.N1', whicii.1 began using.  The effect was magical; in five, hours  In its ten years of effort to increase  the wmler lnying Vf liens, Macdonald eollesre, Montreal, has accustomed  hardy breeds like Plymouth Rocks,  to'scratch in snow and obtain their  food by scratching all day in a foot  T5T^fivTw?-E5WTl'n^-~tvfe���������yards: The-  active ex������rcise prevents the accumulation of fat. The hens and their  progeny live in unhealed houses, and  with good f'eding overage 200 g?s  11 year, nearly one fourth of which  nre produced during the severe did  of the Canadian winter.  Canadian Missionary Tells of Habits  .   of the   Kachins.  Full  of  interest is  the  story of  a !  Canadian   missionary's   work   ameng -  the Nat worshippers of Burma as told -.  hy Rev.  F. .1.  Ingram of Brockville, I  Ont., who is returning to Canada by (  way  of   London,   after   seven   years I  spent among the Kachins, a warlike j  tribe who live near the Chinese fron- I  tier, says Alex. Pringle, writing from i ������  London to The Toronto World.   Thi* i "  race   has   no   written   language;   tha ��������� "  people- are very poor and according to !  their belief are afflicted by evil spirits, j  The.reasons they give for this trinity j  of misfortunes are very amusing.        j  Nat (spirit) worship forms the total  sum of a Kachin's life and this bad  luck race attribute every unfortunate \  happening .to tho baneful influence of j  the spirit. When a misfortune small j  or great happens to a Kaehin it is to i  him 11 sign that fhe Nats are displeas- !  ed with him and that sacrifice is ne- !  fessarv to overt 'further disaster. He j  immediately goes .to a priest who de- ;  cides what must be done fo nppense j  the wrathful spirit. The propitiation!  usually is the' sacrifice of a bullock or ]  buffalo. The animal"is sacrificed and j  after a weird ceremony is carved up; j  the priest takes the best portions.dis- j  I trihuting to the people what remains, j  Teaching a new religion to people j  like these must be very difficult. Hi  is hard for most of us to divorce our- i  selves from early training and consequent prejudices and to adjust our  minds in rt fair attitude to new conditions. And the inability to adapt  themselves to a new teaching is made  more difficult to the Kachins by reason of the length of tenure of their  old belief, and the hard task of a  missionary can be well understood  when the reasons which the Kachins  give for the present unfortunate condition of the race, are related. The  tradition  is this:  When the creation of the world was  finished the Great Creator summoned  ���������the four races to appear before him.'  The Kachins, Shans, Chinese and Bur-  mans answered the summons and the  chief of each race received a book of  laws which contained their language  and a solution to every possible problem of life. The book was written on  leather.  The tribes dispersed. On'the way  home the Kachins grew very hungry  and no food being available they cooked the leather hook and ate it.  Shortly1.after the Creator again com-  jpancTed the races to~~appeaf*~l^fore  him.    Now tho three other races had  Ate Unwisely?  relieve the discomfort at once, and help digesj the overload.   The lover ef good  things may feel quite safe with a box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand.  50c: a box.   If your druggist has not stocked them yet send 50c- and we  will mail their '   '34  National Drug ud Chcmlett Co. of C������nai*. limited.       .      .       .       .       MoMraaL  tlm pnin bad ceased and in two weeks I ������omb.'>' <?n   thftt 1���������f���������   will   ever  the   wounds   had   completely    healed \ !'vo in the memory of all who heard  'imp.  and my hand and arm were as well as  ever.   Yours truly,  A. 15. ROY,  St. Antoine, P.Q.        Carriage Maker.  Ammonia is an excellent cleanser  for porcelain, but when dirt and  grease demand an extra agent, uso  kerosene. It will do the work thoroughly, Apply with a nig and wipe  off with warm soapsuds.  it.  He is a past grand master of the  Nova Scotia Masonic Lodge and a  Scottish clansman, appearing at the  annual banquets of the North British  Society in full Highland costume. As  a story teller he excels, and he can  speak the Gaelic as readily as he can  the English.  A Long Job  '    "Where have you been for so long?"  ; asked the head man of the menagerie,  "Been watching one of the animals  ; clear his throat, sir," leplied the at-  1 fondant,  i    "But docs it take half an hour for  an animal to clear its throat "  "Yes, sir; it was the giraffe, sir."  AT THE OUTSET  Young married couples should start their house-keeping  careers    aright.      Remember,    Mrs.    June-Bride,    that  EDDY'S INDURATED WARE  is the BEST on the market.   Also that  Eddy's "SILENT" Matches  are absolutely safe and harmless.  MATCHES,  PAPER  (of all  descriptions),  WOODENWARE,  PAILS,  TUBS AND WASHBOARDS.  Rosy Cheeks or Pale Ones?  A moment'** reflection with your mirror will give the hint as to the condition  of vour system. Pale cheeks, muddy complexion, dull eyes, show a poverty  of blood. You require something to make a plentiful supply of rich, red blood  course through your veins.   To ensure this take  BEECHAM'S PILLS  the wonderful little blood-makers. Whatever your blood may need the stomach  will supply from the daily food when it is in good working order, Beecham's  Pills aid the stomach to digest its food and to assimilate the blood elements.  They increase the supply and improve the quality of the blood. If you nn  pale, weak, languid, or anaemic, a few doses of Beecham's Pills will  Make ttU the Difference  Prepared only by Thome* Beccham, St. Helens, Lancashire. England.  Sold everywhere In Canada and U. S. America.   In boxes 23 cents.  Your Druggist'Will Tell You  Murine 15ye Remedy relieves Sore  Eyes, Strengthens Weak Eyes,  Doesn't Smart, Horitho* 'Kyo Pain,  nnd sells for 50c, Try Murine in  Your 15yes and in Unity's Kyes for  ficaly Eyelids nnd Granulation,      1  Canadian  Surgeon   Honored.  Dr. Alexander Hugh Ferguson, one  of the best known of Chicago's physicians, anil a popular ox-Caniidian,  was recently elected president of the  dhicngo Medical Society in 11 most  keenly contested election. Dr. Ferguson is a native of Manilla, Ont.,  where ho was born in 1B5.'I. He was  educated at Knokwood Academy and  Manitoba College, and began his niedi-  I tlimudit the lawyer in that case en I studies under Dr. John II. O'Don-  iienuittcd himself ivrv well. Yes, ex. noil at Winnipeg, in IK77. lie took  cent that he couldn't, eel the jury to;" course in the medical college of  ilo the siime for his client." | Trinity   University,   becoming   honor    graduate, M.D., CM., of Trinity Uni-  After writing a letter of seventeen vnrsity. Ho spent part, of his time,  in n three-lino pn-dseripf. won nfter his graduation, in visiting  juigi'S a woiiiaii )iuts all hIio has to say! various   American   hospitals   and   in      I taking a speoial course at Koch's lah-  Costivonoss nnd Its Cure.���������When ) oratory, Merlin. Ilo entered upon tho  tlic exei'.'iiey organs refuse to per-! prnetieo of his profession nt Buffalo,  fuiin ih'rir functions j ropeily t'ie in  not destroyed their bipks and by referring to them found that the Creator intended to distribute great  wealth. So they made big baskets in  which to receive the tokens of good  will. The Kachins did not take nny  baskets. Tho distribution wns made  and the Kachins having nothing in , 'ouse, mate  which to carry away the gifts went  home empty handed.  ��������� A third order was issued. Exnor-  icnee had taught the Kachins, they  thought a further distribution of  wealth was" to be made. They made  larse hampers and every man went  joyfully to the meeting place. Not so  with the other races. They learned  from the books that evil spirits were  on the program. They went few in  number and without baskets.  Of course tho Knehins received nil  the evil spirits. This did not end  thoir misfortunes,   Kvil spirits nre nil  Overwhelming Evidence -. |. An   Historical   Item  Seeing a tramp hurrying away from |    The    old-fashioned    showman    was  a large   house   a   fellow-professional j good at repartee. Very often when the  asked him what luck he had met with, (show was bad fhe sjiownum's side re-  "lt ain't worth asking there," was;marks were so good as to snatch vie-  the reply.   "I just 'ad a peep through: tory from defeat.  the   winder.    It's  a   poverty-stricken  -���������:   There was acshully two  allies playing on one planner."  testines   I).���������eoine     ehifgi'd  known as coslivoni'ss and if neglected  l-'ives i'i:-e Iii ilangoriiiis complications  Paniii'l.'i 's Vegetable I'ills will effect.  11 wpecdv eilr... At Hi ��������� first iiifilliatfoil  i.f Ibis iiilini'iit the sufferer Nlinllld  jiroelli'i. a paeli.'t of l! e |ij|'h ll'ld put  |lill|.*e|f 111 ti i 1 ��������� i- a e -nr- ������������������ nf tr llt'llellt  The gen.l el'fiots of Jhe pills will hi.' Ill-  iiui;-!  immediately evident.  Gutting Even  Young Suftl. iirli   "Mr, SmiMi,  (lllllghtel    ha*   |iro||ii  e I   to   Illliri'.V  Illd Smith     Wiivitt trie .It !    H'e  (���������he'd   get   eV.'ll   wil  ed   I.  dny."  ! N.Y., in IH.HI, but soon after returned  His    is i to Winiii|H>g, where he pnietioiul mi  ne  ymir  ni"."  Sll'll  when I r'in*-  .���������I.,  buy  li. r  thai   puppy   Ihe  oiher  No Distinction  |.'it>!   Million    "Yen, my ilnelor has  Ihe  i'i piiliitinn  of  b l;:g quit*  ll  ludy-  i.m 1 *  Sri'iilnl   Matron    "fill,   illd II  Mine  i|oi--li'l    liod;e   (I...   -fishiest   ill-.HI I'tl'HI  lieUeell    the    -f\,   -,"  \ rid in  fill)     lllillv  l.ieal.-e    1 ���������  I!|>|lll  than  ling  ���������SiAHn.  '-. r irn-t- a  any  mnn  I..-  '������   iiiniiiigiii!;  V   ....') ' uA'  Ln������t   year  c-ninii,  bill   -lie  li-V"   Itlle   does  ���������"������������������  in  I'i  it   *n>*  P*i   ix  IllOI'li  DOB'S'1  = KIDNEY  \\/ J     < ���������       ���������    *** ***  *~  D'AHr TO  x'^f"  W. N. U., No. IM.  lil IH!M, nt tlu������ sunie time heing Inrgo-  ' ly instrumental in founding Manitoba  j Mi'dienl Colleue, and was chosen llrst  ; president of iho Manitoba llrnneh of  ; the Ill'iUrth .Medical As.vii'illl.lull.   .Since  ��������� I MM he hns been an eminent member  ' o| the medical profession in Chioiiun.  ; Me was induced  to mi there ns professor of surgery in the I'ost-flriidiiiitii  i Medical Neli'i'il, mid in VM) was elect.  I ed   to  the   position  he   now   holds  11*  ; professor of  clinical  surs'ory  in  the  College of   IMiyniciniiH  and  Surgeons,  the medical department of the lilinoM  State  University.    Dr.  Ferguson was  notified not long nffo that he had been  1 awarded a coiiiiiiiiinlersliip in the Or-  ! der of Christ of 1'ort.ugii), the highest  dci'iirntioii  that   Kin..;  Carlos of  that  country can besUm 011 any one outdid,?  of royally.  A Oareful Lover,  A Canadian farmer living near Toronto, is fortunate enough to piwess  a hired mail from Scotland who m  Holier, honest and industrious. Thn  hitter n ntly ootili'lul to ins employer   tin-   iaet   of   his   iiMiiolimi'iil   lo   a  Inssie who is earning her own living  ��������� ..      ���������..   1   .  "Jo..-!,.'* n fine' vming womnri," unid  the canny hcol, "Wit* tltreetui expee  iim" Ui sjn'tid much iimmy on fuhih-  n������������s������ lf you will believe me, l'v������  Iwwt cf.nrtin' Jennie for two year*  and nil tlmt time I've sjH-nt bm a  dolhr ami a belt on th.   la^i*-,   HU,  I.Ill     -lie ������    U    SCIIMOI"    !*..!..  Not many corn J" opera* or botes of  eluiixiliitcs, to say nothing of a lnvi.-li  di/play of violet*, rinilil bave r���������me  out of that extremely moderate ex-  -M'lidituro.  "Mr. Oifoodf Hall,"  Tlmt OsgiMvlo Hall 1.1 u n- i i i.iblo  old inun who jrrirxl* out l������r;il (*ri-t  wnen not ������>lli������*r*i>������* ���������in..iw* . .��������� ll.e  i !<��������������� ill tt Si-w Diiteriii bn-iiitiie-i-r, A  letter liiin reached 0-.'imh|.. a !d',.������.,^|  t*i "Sir. Umi). Turiiii**'." ami -n i.n- hit-  t> r iu������ 1- i'lilhil Mr. ()*������ !��������������� Ud!  TIk- wri!������T hulls from Krno, i*,.| cf.  |il������Win th'il lie hn* l*rii hu-) *'.t.- i.rnj-  !������..������ f,,r ���������firi.p time, and ������<k> "\)i  lUll" for information atntni simm {nr  off liffftl MjuithM* wh������rei������ be was *t-  nosM.il  fuu for le**.  1   When buying a stair carrot get an  \ extra yard or so and fold in nt each  end.   Then you mny move your carpet  higher or lower,  any time and  save  wear in ono plnco, making the carpet  wear twice as long.  BROKEN HEALTH  BR1N6SJVRINKLES  How All Women Can Preserve Good Health and  Good LooKs  Too mimy women   and   girls look  old long before, they should.   In nine  t cases  out of  ten  it  is  11.  mutter uf  ; health.   Work, worry, eonllnenient in-  ilooi's nnd lack of exercise onus*) thoj -��������� . ,    ; ���������  health to run down     Then faces be-j Beefsteak  Prices.  K��������� -'/Si'!:';:,; SS^Kt i iriTrt;S,rs !r VYi M  aches' and ,1 constant fee.ing of tired-j fe^fflft Xin^txl^,  "Women nnd girls who f el well look ^ a*���������rd>>.g   to  a   tul-lii   rtiowhiH   M  uill.    Thenfoiv  improve vour health V*���������* *������������ *M������.V. eomjiiled by the Lnhor  and   ymi   will   look   bettei'.     It  is   in iX-'W'n'-i'.i  lacl  that thoiisiindH of C111111 linn wo  Soft corns nre difllcult to eradicate,  but Hol.oway's Com Cuie w.ll draw  them out pa.nlessly.  Miss Inez Mulhollnnd, of New York,  who was hailed as the "pretti *st wo-  man," in the recent London suffrage  parade, is championing ninny radical  Knglish niovements.  MAINTAIN SKIN PURITY      The constant use of Cuticura Sonp,  right, if thoy can l>������ kept In a closed .assisted  when .n.'O.'s.ary by Cuticura  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Women' of Uie neighborhood are  always saying of a widower: "He  isn't the same man since he lost his  wife."  Ernest Thompson Solon says in tho  August Ladies' Home Journal:���������"Although so long considered harmless,  it is now nn established fact that the  common house fly is a thousand  times more deadly than the rattlesnake," Kill them by using Wilson's  Fly Pads freely and pursi .tently.  When 11 man proposes to a woman  she can look just 11s innocent as  though she wasn't expecting it.  Oiutni nt, not only preserve-;,' purl  flea and beautifies tho skin, sonlp,  hair and hands of infants, children  and adults, but, tends to prevent clog, unless worms be expelled from the  ging of the pores, the eon mon cause, systcm, no child enn he henlthy.  of pimples, bhickiends, inflammation .Mother Graves''Wotm Exterminator  irritation, redness, roughness and iH t,���������, boat me(iicino extant to dostroy  other annoying nnd unsightly en'.11"-" worms,  tions.   In the speedy and economical: '   treatment   of    torturing,    disflguiing!    .,.])r,  p,^ (){ -^vollington  answered  hamper, Rut tho journey was long;  the loads woro heavy nnd freijuent  rests were necessary on tho homeward  journey, At each resting plnco they  deposited a few Nats to lighten their  load and this is the reason that tlieir  whole world is inhabited by evil  spirits.  Mr. Inuram's houso was six days'  journoy  from   the    nearest  jioint   of,  .-,    ,,���������    ,-.,���������.   ...   ,,..,...r   civilization. Sometimes for six months j eczemas, rashes and eruptions of tin'!,,,, imul, w|,i,   Pru8hjng    cleverness  ho would not seo a white face.   His '.akin and sculp, these pure, sweet nnd; W))1,��������� tl)��������� ],m)C)*    King    introduced  inn- 'gentle emollients nro invaluable, Ollo 0; j,   nearest "neighlx/rs" were two Cut  dians engaged in the snme work, Dr.  Harper of Woodstock and Dr. Kelly  of Toronto.  is field marshals to Welling-    -ton, the mnrshnl tuin d his back on  .lit'ge He*nly}���������TI\rnn Mines in njhis former enemv, Louis Phillipps  month! Whnt do vou' make of thnt?. was naturally indignant, nnd apolo-  lltisttis (npoloi'etlenll")���������Deed "li'lgized to Ihe duke for such, rude be-  I don't make nuflhi, sir, You fellahs \ hnvior, "I'rny, forgive him, sir," the  up here s etus lo b" de on'y otus (hit j iron duke said quietly, "I nm afrnld  makes anything of hnulin' me up I't was 1 who taught "him to do that  honli --Ladles' Homo .lournnl, Iln tlie peninsula,"  'I  nl Ottawa, liiinoriilly , *  spiinking the further wost you go, or 1  the bigger the elty, the higher the !  price Ol beefsteak, There are decided .  exceptions, however, Vor Instance, in ;  Ghieo liry, M.S., beefsteak was *22e, '  as against Ific at Westville, N.8. Tluli-  fax folks paid '.Mc for their steak ns >  iigalnst !i2i*. jmid hy tho people of St. !  vital oiKiiiM, brings briglitness to John. N.Il. Unless there Is some er-1  .���������ve, a glow    of    health    t������ the   ror in llgures, or somo clear ilifferenea  null and girls owe t n* inhu.-t li nlth  lliey enjoy to Dr. Williams' 1'ink  I'ills. They foci well (did ciljo.V life  us only 11 healthy p *r<ou can.  i The shiipl:- reason tor this is that  Dr. Wi.linns' I'iidt Fills iiinke ii"W,  rich, red blood, which slrenglhens all  tin  III!  Ill  id bracing  the    body  em  pill)   of ,  Wllght. Hmi, Sn������k., si|ys: "I feel  llll't I owe 11 debt ol gl'llliluil" lo  Di, Williniii-*' 1'ink fills that nolliing  I enn sn.v in their tnvor will fully repay I was mt reduced In health and  Hlrctigth that I was hai'dly able to  walk at nil. and could do 110 work  whatever. My blood wns so thin and  watery that  my lips nml linger tips  re.i-lll'lileil   tlloKe   of   a   eoi'|.he,      I    hml  nliiiO't. con tint   he due'in<,  and    the  r-lllidle-l   evert i>.11   undid  m'l.  my  heill'l  (palpitiiting  violently,    and    often    I  Mteiwtli to every In quality in different pieces, the nun.  Mr*. Win it'll malles shown hy Iho table inenn rank  Injnslien which tho people nffeeted  should Inquire into. For instance, why  should lieelsU'iik be sold in Mdmonton  at 15c in Calgary at 20c,, and in lie-  glim ut 2fie.������ Or, why should Town-  touinns jmy 'Hie, to ifilc. whilii Hiiinil"  toninns get off with Kk*. to I He.? ������h,  why should St. Thomas (oiks be charg  The Doctor's Answers  By Dr. Lowli Bnker,  ���������  ���������  The questions answered below nro general In chnr- ���������  acter; tlm sympto in- or diamiseB aro given anil the answers will apply to nny case of similar nature. Thoso  wishitiK further n Ivico free, mny address Dr. Lewis  Maker, Coll c HI'Ik., College���������Ellwood I3t������., Dayton,  Ohio, enelonlng ��������� If addreiiod envelope for reply. I'  iinahlu to obtain .ny of the (Irugi mentionod of your ','.  regular dm^im, go to some prominent large retail drug  store which is sura tn be well stocked  [���������������������������������.���������������������������������.+ ���������������������������*��������������������������������� ******  K, 0. M.:~A lotion said to he ex-  rollout f������r malting the oyobrowi grow  is nn follows: Sulphate of quinine ft  grains, uleonul 1 or.. Mix. Moisten and  nth twice daily, 2. Write, giving full  jiartietilnrs, ol your female di������oidurs  ed 'Ale,  while  Londoner**), lust  next   H,���������| \ wju answor you privately,  c,  v ,0,1,...   1  ill   the   I'llHt,  did   seemeii   to   help   UK  !llllil    I    I' It    lo   I'll   U"lu    I oil.   I    If v< 1  expeclcd lo recover  III.V health.    1   was  in thi.1 critical condition when 1 rend;  1 in 11  newspaper of a euro  tu  11 eio-e \  jlike mine ihrouuh tin* use of Or. Wil. 1  !|:iim������'   Tillk   Mills   an I   1   dcided   to'  lis    lie 111.      i    ���������������������������...   A--..    ���������   -  ntul  before J   ll.i<d  lle'lll all  there  HII*  11 ur.at change in my condition. My  appetite return'"!, tb'* 'olor began to:  eoine buck to my lip- and fnc . and j  my ,������in*ngth wn* isi������*r< n**ititr. I cun-i  tinned the u*e of the Mill- for sonic;  time lontier and 'ley r.-toied ni" to,  lie'   pink     <���������(     ������'-rf*-'������     '',    '"'       While1  il-ing  the    Mills     I     ������������������niiicil    twenty.  1.. ti-i.t-    ill    Weit'l.t Mv      eilr.        was '  made  in th-   -uininer  H   Pm-'i    nti.i   I  nm now itiioyit-B l.<" r henltb  than.  N������r, Wiilintiis' Mi>.l; l'iil������ ������ill do f<>r,  oib.r w.ak nud won u.,m o iu-t;  what tbey ili'l for Mr,. Wiiyht. if,  tb.y are givi'ii n fjnr tn.d     .-11 l.y  door, pay l^o.? Merhnps the wor-t  casn ol all is l*e. por lb. iu Now West- '  minMer, M.C, nml in Vancouver, at  the other end of the trolley line, Sl5o.,  ..|,t,.li I.. ivItMo n frtu'tion of 40 |)or  cent, more, The next lowest price  U> 61. M>iu:ni<.bi' tn ������������ L'lmiluil* iftt 1,,  M.K.I., whose fortunate citizens breakfast on steak nt He. imr lh. Fourteen  places are roixirtod us paying 'An', tor  IxMtfstniik 111 May. Those nlaees are  mainly the larger cities, ineluiling To-  ���������    ������������������ '       ' v.  ItlllUO      rtO>,       .���������.,...,-,.... fc^.'.-k...;  to make little difference, for, U'sides  the central nlnces named, this twenty.  cent list iuoltidcH such widely serin rated places as Moncton, N.H., and Victoria, ll.C.  l''iiink Mc:���������Thoro is no doubt nhnnt  you iiiiudiiig a good proscription for  the kidn'ys i.nd bladder, Buoh tymp*  toms ns painful, irwjueiu, uutun-  i-nil.ihle iirinnflon, varied by a scanty  norr-nsry in n ease of extreme thin,  nois like youn:���������Formula: Tinoture  of cadomene comp, 1 or.,, (not oardn*  mom), plyceiine 2 ozs., roicwater 3  om., borax a teaspoonful. Mix, apply  twice daily, Tubbing and massaging a  tablespoonful ouch time until completely nbsotbed. Then wash with hot  wntor nnd soap, dry, and massage  with olive oil or ihecp tnllow, Then  have the following prescription tilled.  Compound eyrtip of hypophosphltoi 6  How nnd pain in bladder regions, p������in i <ui��������������� unuuit! cwduiinoc m,..-, l ./������..,  Ill   nlloni   nt   liU.il.,   I'll  nre in''le;\1\v* ' crsmponTid ^s^ence criTitlol 1 ret,.   Ml*,  of the need "t a geod tnnie and clenns������l������hftkn woll and take a teaspoonful be  ing agent. Try this, and you will Iind j fore monls if appetite Is not good and  tlic mlief you desire. Fl. ext. buchn r������f*er meals if ft ii. Alto n dose nt  1 oi. ooinp. (I. balmwort 1 o*,, syrup bedtime.  This makes n fine lnvfgorat.  A VIcs.Rigsl Pratt Agtnt,  Canada   iiitght  ilo  worse  tlmn  snr.Mipariila eomp. 4 oi.u. Mix and take  \ , .';! ''-!'���������*���������*������ or nfter mesls  and' ono'at bedtime. Drink; Ploniy pt  water between meals, and littlo liquid  of any kind at meals.  Dyspeptics-Yes,    1    ennsider  suggest you try the following, hssmieo  of iiepsin 3 ou��������� syrup of Bingcr 8 o*������.  and 'iian, tutienee eardlnl I os,    Mix  vnu  toy   nre   given   a   i.i"   ue.  .������U   undies.'   denier-   er  In-  I'.-nts a lein. nt *ix h .���������  T.i  ���������it W  12.VI*  i������oii������uI>iIh|w. h'.vety (Joternor-tJeiipral  mny* nice tbiiigi' almut Canada as a  mntter of cour*������ when he g������*-ii������ awsj,  hui Ksrt <������T**y'* *,h***rration# hav* a  eertaln pifft and fiireetnlnem that distinguish them from th������������ rommonplae*  from Tlie Dr. William*' M- li. ,nc C, j tMtimonial as a Kipling mntnnen dff-  Ur .ekville, Ont.  lers from an illuminated address.  ing tnnie nnd is perfectly harm loss,  no mntter hew lornr used,  A. C, K.:���������Ihe best treatment tor  blood poison, acoulred or inherited, ia  simple, but to be effective must be  ,.,.,*..,.*.*   used for eight to twelve months, and  have n ehronlo ease of dyspepsia ������������3 sometimes J������n������er.   You know what  enused the trouble, and now that the  severe tinge ia past, yoti can wifely  use this prescnptiani Byrup trlfollum  wort 1 o*.,  1 take ft  and one  .        . ._ wish oh.  pork.   *  . *������n th* Ingredienta and tola them  M.'M.t���������.V popular tnd iiireessful yonraelf.  beauty specialist used the following M. J.:~A fine laxative cough tmip  formula for yoan to ������������������i������t the dj. la wada at followst Aromatic eseear*  velopment of bust, arms and neek. It 1 ������t eomp. eardlol 1 of,, and ajrnm of  ii tjflitftHr x-nrr effeetlxre esp#<dallF whita pine name. 4 et*. Mix. Tata a  when an internal fcnlc ind nutHtive t^asp^nlul ��������� to 10 times daily or aa  la used In oontanotion as would bt QMdtd. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ,Y  THE- HOUSEMOTHERS'  EXCHANGE  AIDFROTEST&  A Unique  "������HB Inclosed recipe Is entirely of my  own experimental mixing. It really  will not take as long to prepare for  the table as tt takes me to Write It out.  This ls the Introductory sentence to a  letter which has pleased me so much  1 long for room, that 1 may share the  pleasure with my dearly beloved constituents. Falling this, 1 lay the lovely  outer leaves aside and come to the  heart of the salad.  Original Nebraska Salad.  One large, crisp cucumber, green and  fresh; three or four small white stalks of  celery, six tlrm. smooth, ripe tomatoes,  one small firm cabbage, celery seed, parsley, blanched almonds.  Peel, seed and chop the cucumber fine.  Put it and the minced celery In an earthenware dish and sprinkle with a scant teaspoonful of salt. Scald and peel tomatoes..  Put all three Ingredients upon the ice to  calll. When ready to serve, cut the tomatoes Into halves, remove seeds and pulp,  leaving the llrm tlesh. Line a glass dish  with the halved tomatoes, squeeze all the  liquid fr.un celery and cucumbers' and mix  with them a quarter teaspoonful, each, of  white rei.per ami celery seed. Stuff the tomato cells with the mixture of cucumber  and celery, leaving a small space ln the  center. Pour a spoonful of salad dressing  upon each tomato and set the dish in lea  while yau chop the cabbage: mince a few  sprigs of parsley and chop fine half a cup  of blanched almonds, put all into a dish:  toss up the remainder of the dressing and  heap in the center of the dish with tha  tomatoes. *,'  A Salad Dressing.  Yolks of two eggs, heaping tablespoonful  of sugar, a quarter teaspoonful each of  mustard and pepper, butter the size of an  egg yolk, one-quarter cup of vinegar. Cook  In a double boiler.  Use this for dressing the salad for which  recipe ls given. Or you may substitute any  nice dressing you prefer,   ,  E. H. M.  (fted Cloud.  Neb.).  I have purposely held back the Nebraska recipe until tomatoes and cucumbers should be within the reach of  the housewife of moderate means.  The formula ls unique and attractive.  parity of positions, but this does not of  necessity imply inferiority in either.  If my next-door neighbor in London  were a dueheos, we' should probably  remain strangers to one another if we  lived side by sido for ten years. Sho  would have her circle of friends, her  pursuits ind! her amusements, and 1  should have mine. -'.Neither tJwould l>c  contented if our relative nlaces .were  changed. *-  I wish I could hope .'that,anything'!���������  say, or think, or do could clear your  inind  of  suspicious and  hard  thoughts  *u  "Comfortable stables for their horses."  and   for   buttermilk  for   buttermilk   foun      pop7 M,   V.   K.   (Parol one.   Col,)  Our nblo and willing corps of German  haimfruucn will sew Uuu you do not  ask In viiln. I huve never men cither uf  the dishes (?) for which, yuu ure looking.  A Dry Cleanser  . Can you tell me In next Sunday'** paper  now to dry-clean slilped illk ond cumin  pintlero* al home? I cannot wimh them,  iih ihe colors run, nml H would com iiuh.)  than the curtains to vend thom to the  cleaner'* ami huvo the work done.  ,1. W, (.', (Wailil.imi.iii, W. C).  Hnd yuu written, Inclosing stamped  envelope, I should have lm you know  vouiier how Inipiuctloiihle It would be to  attempt nn answer In next Sunday'* la-  fup. The time had passed before your  niwtmnl arrived, if It Ih not too into  to bu of service to you, I will nny thut  the purl lei i* may he cleaned by putting  them, one nt ������ time, Into u tub of Duo  while comment (mich iu> you use In  WatfhliiKton), heated until you enn hour  to, luilil your li.iiiil comfortably lu lt,  Mix, before heating- It, a Imlf cupful of  milt with two Bullon* of the nieiil, nnd  in-owed to mJd In thin proportion to t'ie  tub of ini'iil.  Benin with one end of u curtain nml  trent with tho united men) hm if you  ���������were washing It In suds, On nil over U  1n tliU wny, Throw uw������y the grimy  meal I Iny tne clemied curtain In another  tut) nml Dirt clean ciornmenl nil over It  nml iK'tween tlm folds. Throw i������ cover  over It nml hhi aside while you tncliln  the Kt'coiiil curtain with n fresh supply of  mi mil meal. This done, Iny It ,i\v.iy In  ilciin inenl. iih you put aside the llrst,  Cover t������i exclude dust nnd leave thus for  two daya. Then Mutke out the inenl In  the wind, If tlm curtains need mnooth-  lug out, cover with n thin old *"heet,  ���������lightly dniiipiiii.il, und \tt\>������* Uu ".Hili It  with n hot Iron. If the work ho done  , faithfully, the portieres will look dean  nnd fundi nfior the Innnlni,  To Siiiokc Fish  A eerrwoniloiu nuks fur a recipe for  nmnkln* (Un. iind ynu offer nne, |.*t me any  thai :in easier mny lu .Jo It l������ litis;      .. ,  <">*nn hivI wauli tlu- AkIi ihntuuuhly. M������k������  a brim, wllh ltn������ mil, *rn] cover Ihe n������h  ti.niM,    Iiatiit' from "a  "etlck   wllh   ������l������thl-  |.i:n - (V-1 I'i. ��������� n: -ll-   ni������pcii.fW O-.i  fHi I.v  tlm ti.ii. over * slow nr������ of harilwunil ihlw  f..r four li<iiir������,   Then griidunny Increase tlii  tti-ttt uni I ihe ri*h ate thoroughly heated  mm ili������ umi.tn" hm iwitetraiM every purl.  T. Y. Ii. iUll Mftrliwtta, WH.)  x\  Wanted���������Cheese Pie  ���������>'V|   v.iii   kindly   publish   ii   recipe   fnr  ,     M>������   l|    |ll,l|,ll    l'tl������UIl|   Jill.,        :  A tno, li. v tn lil.'inl ttntmcil butter with  f������.vu.d..t |.im<ni.>ii, to um for n������niiwklu������v  In rriiim I hnv* several splendid rtrlin  which I shall lw vUd In uuniritiute, If you  emu lo hntir thnn.  i-t-Sfr*,\r ItKADKH (Atlanta. Oa.).  I refer ihw query ui.cnt ehe������������u pie to  lii.i.tiiiK.ui. i��������������� tvhn know what It li,  As io the ������cci.nd, rub the butter to n  emonth   i-rrn,o   ntul  bl������*n.t  li   with   <h,<  ��������� ,.-,., ti.,-   wild h ehi'ilUl be flr������l ncnldid  ��������� nd cold,   l*i thi* with a silver kwr������!  %.-.:.  ,. .'ii iiinliv.  S,*.,   i...  tt>n   i.n.vi.,1  onr   witiinBiie**  II'   Oi    't    .11",I    tV|������)|t'������    til   till'   I'.Mt!      if   lljf  i'iVHv    in*.'   In-  In ve   iiuui*  "aplendld  S MIOHT hnvo been nntlclpnted  by nny one who hns mode tho  chief domestic problem ������ ciire-  ful ioiU often ii uuiDpiiUucy  etmly, ^dltorliilu und letters bcurlnn  upon the Hiibject have excited lively  Intercut In thoeo nii.turnlly enncurncd In  the debute. The rcliiiion.s of mlKli'.'SH  (In modern American "Madam") nnd  miild cotii'ttttite the vexed (iiirstlnn of  everyday life In tons of thouMands of  Ihiiiick, The bravent nnd nioHl, phllo-  enplilcnl of houneinot1iHi'K cannot Ignoro  the uioodH und tenxeii of thoRO who,  nominally or In reality, carry Into execution her order* for the comfort of  her family, A milky hotiKeinnld darkeiiK  the doiw'Hilc horlBon for her, A nlov-  enly worker thrown double rcHpuiwl-  hlllty upon the head of thc houee. Mutual forbearance olln the wheel- of tlio  mnchlnery, nml fit 11 urn ou ono eldu In  tho practice of till* mnlte* a dlmigreo-  able Jnr till ulontf the line, Nono but  tny fellowJioimewlvcii will o-cillt the  iiMertlon thai (he tcnipmn nnd whlmi  c>t un emidoyu tbo uhu hoiiHckee)ier,  conk, Bovernena or necretmy) mny, ������nd  do, affect the huppinmiM ijf iho entire  family whew them* tempera are displayed, our liiinbiiiubi nn tin, ini'tiiy,  thnt thoy aro profoundly inillffoi'Mit to  '.ho monilM of their oiuiiluyce. "Ko Ioiik  an u fellow iloei 1,U work properly, wu  don't care a runli how ho f.-elH while  itolnir It, Ilo phlloHotihlciil, my diur!  Vuur maid In a niiiclilno for which yoa  imy liurd ciinli. Ki ep It In kooi) runnlnit  order by foedliiK and ludalim it comfortably, and alve youmclf nn mure  thought In the matter, Dn yuu nuppuea  I trouble my head with UiouMlitH iu������ to  my atennRrapticr'ti wntimlod fccllnuH  when I hnve ������i>oken nharply or told her  niltrlKht thnt hYio hnn tint dune her wnrk  well?   Not  a   hit   of  II!    IIiiiIiii-nm   In  l'W-J.'JC.--.!..      IVJ-'i.-,    iii'Ju'ji   it,.,';,   In   imll  th.'lr dnmeMIc nffiilrH iih men niii of-  flcei and eluipe, thorn will be an end  to all tliU worry and i.icii.iMlutf  clitiiiiflim uf lioiiwihuld liolp," If ha  he  very  ptnln-Hpukoii,  he  addKi  "The  trnttn   l-  H.'il   '-....   ������������������, ,,,,.���������   II,.,.   I,,   .,   ..I ,������,.  of virtual uliivtry, nne and nil, you  ere afraid nf your Nervnnu!"  Ue hlin come no near the truth, If he  haa not actually voiced It, tlial we  nhrlnk ami amw hot In ll������iinlnit. Our  ��������� miiloyf* hav������ it In thetr power to  oluinae tl* wholn complexion of ihe day  fnr f'lti'h nf ll������.    Si'iiik-IIkick ���������������(��������� -ire fi-.ir-  ful It-Hi thi-y mny nimci i.iir plaiiN for  t.-f n-nrtto tiy gtvlna wnrnlim In n fit of  inc iiiori-mlil ti-miicr. iifti'rii*r we avobl  <|frr-liillli|l   Unlll   lrt-.,ii|n    Mr   ||,,v   |i,  lm  uncomfortable.   Mm. Ilnflln'ii "Ixirt let  mfortabli-t" exiite***** Hu- lung-  ua l>c  Ing of many another woman. The husband does not heed the mood of stenographer or clerk because he knows either  will think "twice before throwing.'up a  good situation'in a tit of petulance and  turn himself or herself out into the  world to look up another job.  I was in a magazine oflice the other  day, when a stenographer brought to  .the editor a letter she had been Ordered  to write.  "This won't do at all!" wag the decision of the chief after reading it. "There  are tour mistaken in half a page. You  have spelled a word wrong, and"���������striking the envelope with his linger���������"you  have addressed It to' 'Maryland, Virginia'! Take it back and bo more care-  full"  The girl colored to tilie eyes, took the  discarded letter with n word of humble  apology and went bnck to her desk,  "Whereupon I remarked to the editor:  "Jf your wifo wero to speak to her cook  In thnt way, she would have to get her  own In-eakfiist. tomorrow*. Tho cook  would leave on the spot!"  "Probably," smiling and cool. "We  train our employes differently, And"���������  this with Impressive slKnIIIciinco-"that  girl known Hunt If who throws up her  1ob for nny such reason bIio will Itnd It  liurd in tfct another.''  I suld; "You h������vo put your finger  upon tlic weak spot In our domestic machinery,"  Until we haimc-mothcrs, na nn order,  ire true to .one another, there' Ik no  hope of stability In domestic service,  I nm moved to write aaa In upon this  Ntibjoet-Ho full of vital and practical  Import to employer nnd onuploycil-by u  Hood of letters from the latter class  that eeem lo demand respectful nttiii-  tliin. I sny "renpeiytfiil," und with Intention, Tlie poi'non, bo it man or woman, who taken my money in return for  work liiineptly d..nc Is un respectable lu  hlii or her poaltlon m I am In mine. I.ct  tno remark lu this coiinectlon that in  over half a century of active housewifery I have luul but two liudances of  Impertinent WWh directed to mymeif.  In tiiKiiiitlng nn employe I nny: "I cun-  not keep miy one In my employ who  mum lm Hcolile.l, I ask no om, to Hpenk  more reaped fully to mo thnn t upc.-ik  to hlm or to hor." a.ik| i mean Ju������t  whnt I say,  I'arilnn tlio peraoiml allusion! Ilnw  well t.lu. pilnclplu Ims worked I Imvo  Hiild,  PERSONAL EXPERIENCE  Now for our hatch of InttHrx, or na  ninny uf lliiini uh wc, Imvn room fnr In  mir contracted Corner.  I'ntll I heir nupi-iiuiH p, ,duciiu���������n ������ml  mii'lill million ceiiKfl 0, ,|. prcnitu the quirt  work of iIn. Iiniiiii.hiilit im "l.ellitiing" mil  "lluilliil," ufin wi> export yiiunir wwn.-ii  who iiiiihi eiirn thoir living to mul<o vulun-  tury I'holi'ii of II V  I ni.olu iho edllnr*! <|ue������tlon, ami I munt  n������v tlmt ll "hlm ih* null >,n tin. iwi.t "  iiui iniinit ..ne who linn hmi vxiwricnen  '" M������" ��������������������������� ���������������������������'.' i ���������;��������� .������������������.:> ... .---  lion, 111 Iho piwt I liuvu itoiii liiiurework  lur ten >e������i������, nml I fl)(ln,i ,|,������t ,hB m���������r���������  ttliie������in| my implnynr* ,���������,.���������.��������������� ii���������. |,iur  lliey trciileil me, und In one limlam-f,  whim Hit. meiiil.tTn ���������f the fumlly vote all  hljllily cliiciiliHi, J wiu "m������,|������ ,mv nl  ��������� - ��������� -i .... , ,.,���������.', A in ,.������...  my own islu.-iitlutt la fairly g.������>.������, io���������l  Juivlnir had aet'M������ in mum of ih.i l������-<i  Ikk.Iii |iul.ll������li������t, am not entirely ikthhhm  ui������.i. ���������ninii ���������uI>J^iMh. 1 rami, fnnn Hw..bn  vh.-n very youiut, and i.n.k up mulli* In  the l.niillili armnm������r, .tc, in nmn ,,������ ������l.|.'  i" ������i������'������k llm luiixuaiii.. Ami In mc on  >"U rliiln h.-ri- llml .mm of ih, nmiM. -  5.11. ������ K.Mi.lly iniliiUr i.f Ihem -ih. leu k'.������*  %rrv much .n-re m,.iM   ,(���������, Kiiflich rff-  '������������������:;' ,'��������� ��������� I   "': "i." '������rti 1 nui.i.-ii  Iln" mai.iii.nl liiilii leu Uu- i |f-}, ua ki-ii  *������ llm |mnr, > nipliiyi rt .in.t ��������� nt|it<>>������������������<! > ���������  ...iiiiir.   11. oi   I'Mi   mi...,,   i   ���������,, ,   |.,  '  ..t       .Mil.: h ,111      .OW,        ...1||,|      ||(,I       r.H.I       ���������  -t   nt.    Xi,,,   ,1.1    i.i.s  rf)i   ���������Aii.mi .ti,  r.iiiiri-, ihi   ,,,1)1,1  nm   ���������vtili>,  ..Iihri      ������������������������������-.  I   lun.)..I  I   tt.i-i  *t   l.������m   n   full-  Un " - ������������������  ������������������(   n.y   i.������n   ���������...i',:,*,,;     ru   ' il.,-   i���������i,.  had bettei "look to home" before pitying  the "noor, ignorant foreigners."    Sabe?  iiui this Is digressing. The point. I wish  io.make is that a superior education should  make people less snobbish. 0  As for my experience while a "servant,"  must say that I was well treated. Otherwise I would not stay very long, and tho,  people knew it. My work I could plan to  suit myself. I suppose .hat my employers .  found that they could trust me, and 1 waa  usually told I was "the best cook they  ever had" and tho "best natuied." So  that helped some,  Finally my ambition led me to Hike up  shorthand, and I had for several years had  a Kood position us stimoionph.'r at the timo  of, my marriage. Bxceinlnif tlw shorthand, I knew Just as much while working  In the "kitchen ns I, did "������ a stenuKi-ttpher,  and many a wealthy nilsiress and pour  miilrt havo. I helped .wllh Ihelr inter writing* and aliening. (And I a foivlanei'!)  I used to liumh In my sleeve at the ln-  conai-nlty of It, And now. at the ' lart.  let mo tell you somolhlnu that muy throw  ft littlo llifht upon  Ihe "servant  prol.l" m."  I never could n������i over the bnck-ilour  idea, and I often wonder how other k.i-In  feel about ll,, In a very lew lumlllcs-  ainonu them llie hluhly .dm-aied nne mentioned above���������the front door wn* not considered too uimil foi' me lu eniei. Why  could not these wealthy people, who build  fancy' kenneln fur inelr uons-1. n��������� uni'-M  iho latter sleep on silken cushion i������ ������������  parlor or' bouiiolr-UHil .vniiii. i.oml.ulabia  Htiiiiles for tin lr horses, why uouid or  lilimilil they not build H lUtle kli e door  iind furnish a sliilntt rii.iiii fur ih'-li help.  ��������� ���������sMieinliy II the Kilter'* ^le.-pini: i;","1!.*"'  colli? And, by the way, why should they  nol lie Innteil? ������������������i.i������������������,  Am I  KclliiiK <oo ..lo.iu.-iit7      he milij   t  In liuud seeiim to mo IneMiiniHilblo.    I um  t;lud It tumbles uie no more.     ..,.,���������    ,,  A   DAtiailTICIl   Ol''  TUB   VIKI.NUH   lUu-  lioll).  A woll-wrltten letter! And the chl-  rognipliy would do credit lo a teacher  of peniiiunHlilp. The Hpcllliig la It-re-  poachiibic I can readily believe that  the clever writer coached her nilN-  tresBeg uioniinul) In eplwtolary cftortH,  ANOTHER BIDE  I wluh I could know ono or two  thlngD touching the prceunt environment imd conduel of our Imported  daughter of the Vlklngn! A*, for In-  atancc, If mIio (loon her own hoiia'-work,  and If nn, if i-lie di'oN not Uud ll convenient to iiuw the Hldu or tho hack  door when hIio enters from thc utrcet,  iind wIhIich to go at once to the pari  of the liouec where her work Ik to tin  done? If ������liti iIocm not, upon her re-  turn from market, Iny off hat and coat  In tho laundry or kltclicn, Isimeud ot  going all the way tipHtuli-N? Thu Idea  Unit to elili'i' by tlm hack door Ih  iiiiytlilnir bill convenient lo tlio worker In the back of tlm liou������c, or In Iho  busomciit, and Implied degradation, '*  new to me. in New Kngland village*  the front dour In Ueldum openuil except for vUllii". Men and wuiihii uae  the buck door frmn cliolci..  Again, If Um t'X-HteiiiiKiiipli.-r "ln-cpN  a maid," wliut In her utlltinle inward  her? Wh have her own cuifcNNlnn  that the tlioi'iiuuhlirod ciupluyer irealH  eiiipluyi-H more courteoiiHly tliiin the  piusi.-ploud vulHiirlan compoitH her'  NHlf toward her Ncrviinla. Ihi������h llm  daugliter of tnu \ikltiKM mt down to  !���������������'��������� ),   u j, .   '..���������(   ll      ' ..-��������� .. - ���������       ��������� '���������    1  the dinner for the htiHl.iiiid and wlf.'.  and who muni go to the uuulitc of  Chuiigtiig lier dleNN li.f.oii >-lio join-,  tluin uud iiiukv iiiiotlier ili.iiiMc wlun  the  meal In over   nud  slie  would  re-  their evenlugN togutlicr in thn pnrl������r?  If thla he llie rule, do they ll/i.l the  comimnloiiHlilp agneable? Would not  th������ maid he more at i-hm- lu Iht cuxy  kltclien, chatting with companlonN of  lur own Hcli.cilnii?  Tlmrc nro diver* ildea to thi* v������������ed  i\.i- '.������(.,I-,.  ��������� un-   ni-xt   Imipr   l.iitigN   .mn   Into  NlKl.t'  stay out a little late at a dance, now you'd  feel to have her come Into the kitchen neNt  day, and tell vou It was your business td  have given notice that you wouldn't be In  until tl o'clock ln the morning? Why, her  daughters may be out all hours, and He in  bed until 11 next day. nnd It's all right.  Just this uornlni; she says to me, ln her  nieaching kind of way. ''Jane, il isn't noways cood for your helth to set up so  lato every nlitht. I hear you come In nfter  midnight five nights In a week, and next  day your eyes are heavy, and you have  headaches nearly all the lime, It will injure your helth," snys she. "And there's  another tlilnu what I've been meaning to  speak about. June. 1 don't object tc vnir  having company In iho kltclien. Vou know  tlmt.    Hut when thev stay as late as mmiio  "of those whom frcfvilleiice has si-tTTn a  different sphere from yours. Believe  me, you have no truer friends than  some of tho** you almost hate becaua-i,  their worldly'circumstances'are uiiliV:e  yours, and. may seem on tlio surface  to be happier, "  There Is an old rhyme I learned when  a child you would do'well-to.fasten ini.  your mind and to act upon it when disposed   to  envy  the state  of  those  who  appear more fortunate than yourself:  Honor and shame from no condition lis*. ���������  Act well yonr part.   There all the honor lie*.  Five other letters dealing with this  subject romnin unanswered for luck of  room and' because thoy would mid nothing to the merits or demerits of the case.  of 'em does,  und laugh nnd  talk  so limit     They aro from women���������all of them���������and  more Illiterate In diction, more vlql.nt  In tone thnn those we have selected1.  To edit would lw to rewrite them. I",  have printed Ihe. throe chosen frmn tlio  budget without the iiUei-allui uf a v.\4-il:  or letter.  Convinced na I am thrit there nre sunie-  maids In domestic service who ure  passably content with their lot In llfo,.  audi who arc not perversely bent up'������ie  considering their employers as their  natural cnnnilcs, I 'call upon them tn  eust a ray uf sunshine upon tho pic  lure, I'r It, then, true thai It Is u pni't  of the "imvifesskm" tu regard them-  aclven as downtrodden and defrauded  by tlieir fellow-women? Is iharo not  among our renders one conk, cluimh.-i'-  mold, wall i'i hs ur imiid nf all work who  will iivow that she Is kindly trented In  sickness and In health; Hint ber wanes  nro fair and promptly paid, und eho  herself na coinfortalilc lu inind, body and  estate as Ihn uverni'ti factory "h.iiul' nf  shop girl?  Are American "Miniums" nil minister*  of greed nnd superciliousness and ne'.f-  Ishneas?   ,  Tlio loxchnnga pauses for a reply.  wn can hear them all the wuy upstairs, It  Isn't noways plensant, speshlally when the  young Indies has eor.ipny Into the parlor."  suys she. At that 1 couldn't help crying,  I was that hurt, and I says, "We girls are  (lnsli an' hlood. same ns her daughters, and  It Isn't to Ik. expected we shouldn't go  out and have a little fun nfter sl.-i'lng like  dogs Into ii hot kitchen all day."  I want you should print this, along with  whut   other  thlnu*  yon   snv   about   us   In  your paper.    It's time somebody speaks un  for   us.   that's   as   gniul   iih   the   "young  .  Indies" she tiilks of,    I could hnvo throwed  Iho tenkiltle at  her when she snld  that.  1 mu a born Ami-iieiui ulil. nnd I hnve  Mens ns lioh i.n her llv ng In Chicago.  Only mv fnilicr has beu unfortiintw, and I  hnvo to earn niv living.  Ther l������ something wow somewhere In  this land, where the pnl.-rtlcliuui are nil  (he time tellln us evcrvlinily Is frn������ ml  fouel. r  I ion writing tn ymi tofOy 1 nm hvl'.,,( mv  place tomorrow, and I waul miiii'le dv whut  rends this lo tell hip when. ] can get a  plnco where I'll get mv rights, I um lust  lis well eiluinle.l ns her daughter*', and n  lliii'inv ������l������hl bell. I'-l.'K.lilng. Hut beci.use  their rnih.o- has mmify, nnd my poor duir  pium bn������ lost lil������. thev nre "yming Indies"  nml t am (> "lilrelltii,*."  JANI'STTA II, C. (Now York city).  Tho foregoing letter la herd transcribed veibn'tlm et lllerntim fiom I lie  original, fluid original, I remark, In  passing. Is written upon oreum-hiiil  paper, bearing on engraved address���������  presiiiiiiihlv that of the bouse .lunelta  was leaving upon tha day of lier writing, 1 do nol lirnitjlue Hint sl.c wciil to  lli'e expense of hnvlnu her own stationery sl'imped thui when sh������ enn-  sldered her icsldence In Kant Seventy-  flflh street as llkily to he of uncertain  length, l.et us ho|M> thai she Uirrowed  the p.ipir and cnvcli.pe from one nf Un*  fiunlly, It la hardly probable that she  mentioned to wlibin Ihe valedictory was  tu be sent.  POR PLEASURE ONL?  Yet I du nul fop| Inclined lo ridicule,  her or Hie letter, instead, I am Mck nl  helirl at llie thought that thu mHali"ii  girl muy ri |ii'i"*<iil Innuli'i'ils lu her walk  of llie. 1 luul oiiij of ilk" i'ilill.i'1- luat  summer, who told me frankly, when I  had niii'si'd her Hirniii'li n wiok'N III-  iii-F., broiiKlit on by ilaiu'lnK all night  ami all day, when she Imd iisUi'il |."i'*  mission tn /piiul n Huiidny In town In  tlni lual nf summer: "I live Ju*t for  plensilli', I must have ,i swing and ll  'lillsl-iuit' Just an olten m  I'd din ol tlie  bllies."  Hhe w������������ In miber, ami imt disrespect"  f,.! , ,   .    I        dl   ,        ,     .     1   .     , 1 ,1���������    C,    ������  (lur third loiter Is brief and KtruiiK.  All  the 'Mltln* innl  inea. lung  ymi  |s*������.-  Mi-  Hlm miiu (oi   i:,<- i .,.-i.  ..na   i-U   'C  winking  Kills inn du,   Won!   iiuise   lue   I"  Hive  (i.n t   a   ������������������������������.!   I.'f-l   'i.r   m. i.ni   t -t  US   In   ������,..ir ..our,  lin*   ;.'U    ui   fb.i(>������   ttu.t  ji  'OtiJKr  HQr*UmV^  h fin Apnfopy Necessdry?  P������������r Mr������   Ailama,  ,1 um 17 years (if line and Ihe Iwhv if  tin. lioiilly. Tim oilier . Minion I Innl ,i few  Iilrl mul lmy fi lends nl our limno wllh my  inreiils' eiiiMeiil, Mulhur nnd liillui wi ru  iiliiHlueid In On. lii.M.ins they did p.a  know, lull lalrr In llie iivwiIiik liny ie-  linil front |h��������� oioiii, Iul no uldesi i.isi.-r  reiiiiilneil with tii* puny.   About ll ii'ii.n.k  li.olb.r enlleil down In us >��������� 111.. rem inllng  us of llie limir, Now I think slm hn.) a  perfi.el ilglil tn dn a,,, hm ������|i,,ii|i| I  upuluKi**.* in ihn strainii'is or noi?  IIAUT,  No   apoliigy   In   necemuiry.    If   ymir  frli'iidH   did   mil   kin.w   Moil   an   .-M-iduK  giiilit.ilng of young |icop|i. should break  up at II, nr probably before, It was |������< r-  fciily right ti r ymir moilicr tu remind  them of ihe hour,  Troubles of Three Girls  Vent Mrs, Ailiims.  Wn   mn   three   glilii   IB   yi'iio   ..!.!,   and  Wmilil  t.   In  kllcheni ������*ili.' foiv.1  bm ler llsiri w* ������r������-,  ini|.������, go lo ili. i.i.  .ite������������  iii nn.'  . i..oi>  wi,    nr.'   n.'i" a   tut  I,I,i    lull    lOUIIlnl    In  ������   ,oi.|    pnrtli-s    nn.I  it.I    i.i!     111.      lilt     "f         lllllli  .     like mniii. iidvleii on love iiIOiIik.  I.   tintv nf u������ l������ K"lim wllh s wldnnii  S!  i.e-o-.  ���������r .,,.,      in,  ��������� , i,  n,...|,   ri���������.   ��������� !���������'  10- is i.iv luinl ol li.il nml iiii.'ihin 0. IU..IUI  h.-r   his   wife   If   she   Is   willing      H���������   v...|  I-. ".I. .1 . (      I.. iW ..'       . .������������������...       .      I       ,.       , ll.      I'  niolbir ii|ipnivi>������ nl hlm. ne lie I* a iii.idi-.i,  ti mpilfili. .ii.d rrftpr. I'll'i'   in.in.  ���������. Anollni of us l< I'lilng wllh a boy 1������  ������.������..������ .., ure. II. r I'-- "ir .'!.> i| |-r..\, ��������� ,f  hlin- I������ she itiiing t'liilii If ihe Hllo-.vt hlm  to  .'���������..'ii   litr  h.'ii.i   Aiili..ui  her  . ,oitim>  kllllHll'ilgo?  'I.    A,..,|lier   of   US   la  l.-rv   li.lS'll   li.illu.     '  I |<el ...il . .1 iii,i ii ' win II all W.'ii.ii  we women get the iislii n. vole, our lotm  villi I* b������ g-<������J ..������ ."r������ VVmit I unit  ),>U In lili me  Is  nli*.   *,��������� noi  nnt iw Knot  as  you  ate  in.w      A ill-ntMAN' ilinK (l'h|..������gol.  Ill Kpi  WD     I.HU ll,  ll������    ll.  . i- liiki- .-, I. i.i,  h *r n.  i .������i  I..  ������l.������  ilili.k   v ii  v  v.������ luiili!.. I.,l .ml ),.,������   *.��������� ,  b������V.,   t.r.w      .(/,!   | |���������,  t,,  I,  t..    t|,.    Ill    l.-l        ,,.,;      ,,  |,.(      ���������  *ii>t   If   , (i.e   in   m   l.lun   11,1* 11  ,1-1.1   f>  ..il   i-i  1.   A girl of if. U too young to i-ecclvc"  ntteniloiiH itnm men.   Her mind is not  yet fullv developed and  elie is nut capable of cnnslderlng n |.ro|sinnl of mar-  Aa good In  iiii.nv ������iivii,  and  1-rhapH   riage.  ti.. i.,,..-  i..  *.,���������.    n,,���������   i   u*i.���������t!  ,.v..r      '-'���������   Hhe s lining a verv Kienl wrung.   A  fur butter In s.iini. thnn  I  shall Hvi-r   ������������������rthi,r )K ,,,��������� ,),..,r���������M  f,,,,,���������| 0|,t c������n  be,   Ho I may i-oi^l'l.r myself the e.imil   have, and I" able fr lltve n-.umnablc ml-  ������ '.'���������       '.  .."'    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We have just opened out a fine assortment of   .    .  BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS  Blankets ranging from $3.00 to $13.00 a pr  Comforters   '* "       $1.75 to $4.oo each  Flannelette Sheets IO, 11 ������������t 13 quarter ������\t,&s  D  YOU ARE INV1TKI)  TO 1NSPKCT OUR STOCK OF  FURNITURE <& HOUSE FURNISHINGS  The Furniture Store  A. MoKINNON  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  u  Comox Fair.  Locals.  The Comox Agricultural Exhibition held last Thursday and  Friday, September a and and 23rd  was a very successful affair.   The  day, as far as weather was  concerned, was all that could be desired.      TJie   Cum berland band  discoursed sWeet music throughout the day, which  was greatly  appreciated by the large number  present.    Wc may be  mistaken,  but, we do not think the exhibi  tion as a whole w:;s up   to that  of last year, nor do we think  as  many people were present.     We  feel  confident   tlmt ihe  Coinox  farmers if they wish ran make  a  much larger and hotter showing  without very much extra effort.  It is a matter   that   calls for the  hearty cooperation of all: if thai  is secured success is,Jujg_toJ|pb.,  low.  A good programme of sports  had been provided which was entered iuto most heartily by the  spectators as well as the contestants.  Not having received a list of  the sports prize winners from the  Secretary Mr Ball, we are unable  to publish it this issue.  A most enjoyable dance was  held in the evening whicii was  taken advantage of by a  number.  FOUND���������A gold bracelet. Ap  ply at this ofiiico.  IS'OTICE is hereby given, that  1 will not be responsible for any  debts contracted in my name, by  my wife, as she has left iny lied  and board without just cause.  "Wm.  Em.is, Ladysmith, B. C.  Church of England Harvest  Thanksgiving Service on Sunday  next, October 2nd. Holy Communion ut 11 a. tn.  Mr. J. F. Barry, representing  the British Columbia Trust Corporation, with Mrs. Barry is in  town,  o ���������    ���������  John Walker, son of Mr. Alex  AVallceivdied at Vancover on Mon  'Iay;T5ctofler 2fith. The remains  will lie interred in Cumberland  cemetery on Thursday.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refreshing beverage.  Drink  Pilsener  The  Purest  and Best  BEER  on the  Coast.  and made ih  Cumberland,  Be Cloutier,  General Blacksmith  Horseshoeing' a Specialty.  Third Ave, Cumberland  large  Wm, Sloan ex. M. P. for Comox  Atlin. was at the Cotirtonay Fair  on Friday last and visited thin  city in the evening. Mr. Sloan  came from Nanaimo to Union Buy  in his unto.  SPATES  4  The TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  Ladles* Work  aSpecialty.  CUMBERLAND TAILOR  ������  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  I  Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from $20 to ������35    All Work First Class  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the partnership firm of 'Kic(cson& Cart-  wfight" was dissolved on ^September 15,  1910, an.l the business will in future be  carried on by Mr. T. Rickson. All accounts and debts against and due the  said firm are payable, respectively, by  and to, Mr. Ricksoti.  THOMAS E.  CARTWRIGHT,  THOMAS RICKSON.  \  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  A*A*AAAAAAAA*AAAA*^^    ^^^^VWVWSiWV-WWt  Merchant  n  K. AID A  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOU:MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY,  SUITS CDAt>B TO   OJ*DB* fl|4D  IN ANY STYJLE Y0UXUIS8.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUM BERL AN D, -      - B. C.  -*AAAAAAAA*V-*A*^^A^f   W^^A-W-V-VWV-VWV-V-WW  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 dny.  nftr dato I intend to apply t<i the Hou.  1'iie Chief Com i.issiimer i.f Lands au  U'lrlc-fur a liueime to prospeut for cual  mid petroleum under the landa iu Nelson  District, Vancouver Island and described  ii������ follows:���������Commencing at,������ pout (Ucau  on the north boundary line of the old B iy tits  ���������Sound Leans alwut GO vtntiua from the aea-  ubcre, prueefidi.ug thuuee south 60_oh������in������,  Tlience west 80 chaius, theuoe north 00  chain*, tbcuce east 80 chains to initial  ,ioiut. C. OARKVV GIBSON,  per E. Privet, agent.  DatoilSeptomhor21it, 1910.  We nre authorised lo state that  Rt, Hon. Lord Strathcoua's Nelson   Shield   has been offered by  Rev Alfred Hall, of- Toronto,   to  each of the schools in the  B.  C.  Inspectorate.     There  are    uo  charges or condition*.    Thc British and Foreign Sailors' Society,  which received the 'Victory' copper from the Lords of the British  Admiralty, ha������ undertaken   the  expanse of'mounting, engraving  and distrihutiug   these   historic  shields, aud only asks some voluntary contribution to reimburse  them; and aid Uieir .Sailors' Institutes for men of the Uoynl Navy,  merchant ships, etc.   iu  Canada  aud all over the world.     Thin-c  Nelson .Shields are highly valued  for their patriotic and educational  uses in the universities, colleges  and schools where ibev arc   al-  ready placed.     Private schools  aud colleges nre eligihU* to n ceive  the Nelson Shield,   and   .should  apply for them,  Alex Sninervillo loft  last  wvek ���������  for iCtunloops, for the  benefit, ol  lii������ health, Mr. Somerville not being woll for bonietiino.  > i    n . i 11.   ���������  Mi*. J. Comh hns disposed nf  hie two lots on Dunsiniiii' Avenue,  Mr. Fred Richardson, of Vancouver, being the purchaser,  Mr. A, E. Owen, well known  hum in former yours, will lm here  on or about October 15th, to time  pianos.  WliWIHMlUlittlM^^  Capital $6,000,000.  Reserve $5,700,000  Citizens' League.  A meeting of the Citizen's  League was held in the Council  ilham.bers_on_,September_2.ist,.  Mr. James Reid in the chair.  The. minutes of previous meeting  were read and adopted.  Mr Reid gave his report concerning the building of houses'at  No 7.  The secretary was instructed to  write the school trustees recommending that small children at  ihe public school be moved down  stairs, and that the doors leading  to the various rooms open out  wards. A committee was ap- luBfii t0 the Kett Hl|l)r0i th4n0(.  boiuted to work with teachersIfoPowiiip������liobiaslioreinn northwontoiiy  and children to collect money to',Uruuti"u^ut,ltll,,i,,t"rH<JC���������l,,0,,,tll0,l"r,"  The Royal Bank of Canada.  I DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CUIIRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  ������                                     OVER THE WORLD.  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & intercut.  ������   at highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  s CUMBERLAND, B. C, Branch, Open Daily. .."���������    ��������� '"' '���������  roUBTENAY, 3. C , Bub-Branch, Open Tuesdays.  UNION WHARF, B.C., Sub-Branch, Open Thursdays.  M. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  ifimiiuHimnHiinttnfiitmHHHtnmwiiininntmiiiitinHiuiiimiuiittMnHMm  NOTICK ik htrohy given that ,'10 day  afterdate I intend to ������pply to the H i).  ilie Chief Ooinmimioner of Land* ami  Work* tor a lic������U*u to prospect fir cuul  ami petioleum under thu landi iu Nelaon  Diitiiot, VaiicimyerliiUml, nmldi'Ruribed h>  followm���������Coiiineiioing at a poet placed on  the north houndary line ol the old Buytui  Sound Li-iiae aliout (SO chaina from tho ���������������<������-  -horo, proouedlnj thunoe aouth 50 etmlnH,  'henue    ciiat    75 &J ehaini,    more     nr  Cumberland Jlivr. No. 17, nf  tlm LadinH of tho Mnccnl-eiH of llm  World wore visitd Um Tlnii'MUy  night ollicially by tin* new Dihiriel  In.pntv, ^fv*1 Odvr!*".!" !! !Vi '.'ii  l\lf' m ("mil iil-il.    f, 1   :',,l',ni'iitlt  mi)' an-  lino    nilli  'I'lli'j' hit] :i paniliilaii f. : ;,  in thu iii'ot degree., llm l)i*|  . i.'ling ilium aiong llm  Fred Green loaves on Friday  for New WestiniiiKtoi', where he  will iu future ruoidu.  The firm of MeLeo.1  it Paikn  was dUsolved on September Jjiiud,  Mr. MeLeod  llfHH,  continuing tlm Initii-  Minn ll, M. lirnj', of Loh An.  gnlim Ih tho now iiHrtihtant. iiiiiiingi'r  anil ciihlilur at the Klw.triu TheHtri'.  Miss Gray in an up-tn.diiin btixi.  iit'Hh woman, and it kind (���������.iiiii'tcniiH  nml obliging, bin will ln������i������i flrin.  ly tbiiiigli kindly that tlm UnM of  iiiilnr in iiinintiiiiii'il nml ihnt high  ly H('t������iitt*i| dogs do not occiijij  Mint*,  itfl formerly,  Mr, und Mrs. II. IWkiin-ni  luft by Frldny'H bum fur Vfctm-tt,  und ViiimoiiviT.  cover expense of iron fire escapes  iu place of the woodeu stairs.  It was decided 10 ask the conn  eii if it was their inteutiou to have  the sidewalk com pie ed from 3rd  10 5th street ou the north side of  Dunsmuir Ave.  The matter of securing the  services of the medical praciiiion  ers by paying a monthly fee, tin  same to be collected by Ihe city,  was brought up.  it was decided that we take  steps ������o secure better coal for domestic purposes.  Meeting adjourned to meet on  ihe first Wednesday iu  October.  tlm now ritiialii-tio .im  ��������� t  1 ninii- work  .Ul        HIV       MUM.Ill*        IIICI'I 1I111     tluu  ih'piity and uinnh'-i'* wi'iv inviti'il  i ; to tbu Inun j ;ii,I. I.iill wIk'Th 11  Himptnoijri Hproiid wuii awaiiin^  1 hem.   Tho Chuuhnrliniil Lmiii'H i>'  t!m Mai'i'ltbiU'h llll! ciiiiici-I  Wiilk' :������������������  in many Inenl (������������������liariiii**-. innciigiiiii  There x\\\e no City (founc.il nnn  I'vi'iilng. owing io  ing nn Monday  1 i ,. ..I. ,.i,i.., ,,t .i  New Wiisltniiihlnr again dtdoni  cd tlm Niilhmtili*   al   Inrrorrt)  on  Saltirdny hn-t, by a Hcore of 11 lo ]  In* conveyance containing tin  npM't. 11 elm  'tiny, on tlm   huhm  trip tm  That Oeorgi) Reid, allegod wife  iniir Icior, wIkiko body was found  floating in the FrnHor Rivt: nenr  Matbqun on Monday, cuno to h s  death by milcidj wlno t emporary  iiiKaiie, wan tho vurUict arrived at  by tlm coroner's jury which held  an iixjuorit 011 thu roHiaius at Mis*  sion, Wotlne-tibiy,  Kvldonee pmseiited at tlio i������-  ijiutht wont 10 kIiow that Roid wat  niciiliilly iiiibakniuul at the time  tf Ills wife's iloatb, his aulioiis im-  ittuiliatuly prior lo ihu murour be.  ing very peculiur,  Owing to Hie fact that lm committed Mik'iilo the reward of $600  olVoi'od by tlm Provincial Govern -  im nt, lur Ueiil'h cantuie will tu.t  Ou paid out,  boundary lino of thu old Jin,nun .Hound  L������ane, tueiun f ll>iwi ig said north b und  icy line wt'Hi GO uliuii������������ iie>ro or lu������n to in*  itial point,  K, T.CAKKWdlllSON,  pir K. 1'iiuat, agent,  Uited Suptemher 2Ut, IDIu  DISSOLUTION   OF  NKRSHIl',  PART-  . 1 IihikI. imwi. 11 *ilii������it oiMance iivmitV.  tai ev   was  of the latter lining tbe   fiii'ii^hii.t'.., ' - '  >i       11        ���������    .        ������..'   '-"ilitc  fif a ward in thn   bi-nii.il       Jb'1,.   ,       . ���������     .1       .       ...  11'1 dn\ niuh'i 'hi'fivt ing nil tbe oe.  NOTICE is hereby given thai  thc partnership firm of MeLeod  dissolved  Sept.  3>nd 1910   bv mutual consent  POR SALE.  A chicken Riuieh, at Coniox,  opposite   Dr.   I lead 11 ell's,   good  house, just newly decorated,  chicken house, brooding house,  300 laying hens; also a good orchard. Apply Mrs. Hall, Comox.  TE N1) KI is!  Tenders will he received hy the  iindoi'Higned until flp.ni., HaUir-  ilay, Sunt. 10, 1U10, for the tixclu-  Hlvei'iglit to nut I light refreshments  on thu AgriciiUural Grounds,  C'Mirtenay, on Fair Dav, Sept. S2!J,  11)10. M. ������. IIaix, Sec'y.  Sandwick. B.U.  NOTICE  TKNDIUW will bo called for  tlio ereciion of a two s*ory building nt. Courtenay, until Wedni'H-  day, October Oth, at s o'clock,  I'luiis and SpeeificntioiiH can he  soon at tlio Rivornide Hotel.  Lowest or any tunder, not noces.  Niirily Hiiecptwl.  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLI CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  *V, BO]SiOHfl-  manufaGtUPcn of miNBRAb WATERS.  CUholesale Dealer in WINES, HI QUO R *St BEER  P. 0. BOX 146  PHONE 29 ...  CUMBERLAND  G. H. ASTON,  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER  KlRST-CUSS RKPAIRINO OV ALL KINDS MONK.  KnGMSH WATCIIBS A SPKCIAI.TY "^3  All Work Quarantved.  Next to Tarbell'i,  Duimmuir Ave,  In the provincial pnlirr* rntirt  at Orston on  John Marshall, tlie well known  hotelkecper at Kiiclicner, appeared before Magistnite Johnson to  r,*'."\\"'V to n charge nf ."������������������clling liquor on a Sunday. This wns thc  first, charge laid under the new  liquor regulationsaci iu'heCics-  ton District.   The accused plead  NOTICK.  In thu nutter or tbu Oliluiil Ailminlitrii-  t.ir'f. Aot Mil AmonilleK 4cti, ������nil  In tlio mutter of K Ueuunlt, ninn known ������������  Kpiwiiin lUuaiiltl, iaoautai lnt������MUt������  Nutiue i* hereby uivttn Uut l������y order nl  1IU Hu or Juilg* Unrkor, (luted tho 14th  niy in M|iiemboi, 11UU, mmlt In pur������u-  .11110 uf nn ���������piilloutlon in the Cuunty Uourt  f Nnntiln e, helitcM at Cttm'>crlnail, !, l\,*  Wednesday Inst,' Hrnl#������r������l������Myfl. OflloUl AdmliiUtmtor tor  tlut pnrt nf tlio County of Naunimi known  rd the Oomox Uleotornl I) etrtot, w\������ iluly  ���������p|M intetl iniiuiuiitntor u( nil iud ������inirti-  Inr tlio Mtftte, efl'toti nnd eredlu ot tho  utinve 111111111(1 (lBflonnod  All ilobti due tbe sitito uf tbe suld do-  oeiMul miut he pflld -illioot ileiiy to the  iin,UmlyneJ ind nil olnluu agumt, tlii ������>i(l  nNt������tu miiRt bo prewntoJ to iba duly verl-  (led, within tnirty d������y������ from tltidtto  lierwif.      Vt. W. WIUiAIIU,  OtBiiUl Admmlitf t������r.  and the bnsiuess will in fniure be! w������������������ld be a 1osh.ii '0 him.  ed guilty and wns fined Jroo and  costs,   The no-used. John Mar- j !>������t.rt ������t (himlwrUnd, B.O., tine Hint day  n\*a\\, who is a very old timer nt I     '*' "I't���������*'*'.,ft,u-  Kitchener, sahl Ihin  experience  .mm*******   j, is j    For traiHgressiiig the new pio  .���������incinl liquor law by not having  ilinds i������ tUe required  proprietor of tie  Koncifi,  IN tlio nutter of thn OlUulnl AdmlnlHtrn-  tnr'd AuUod Amending AoU, and  In tbo mutter of W 1K������.iiim, ������1������������ known  a* William Olivor Heminian, ttrooiin������4  Inteitrtto,  Notice Is horoby glvoii thnt by ordor nt  Uh Honor Judgo Unrkor. Untod th* Utlt  thy nt September, 1910, mndo In pumn-  iiuuo w< mi iippiumtiitin in tli e (Jaunty  CWl ol HmuaUuo, linldnn nt C'uiu'ierlioil  I, tbo iinddrdtfiiKl, OIHuiitl AtliniuUtrntur  for thnt pnrt of th������ County ot N������nnimo,  knnwn ������������the Oohimx Kleotoral D.etrlo',  wMdnly npiKiinteil mliiiliiletrntur i.f nil  au I iiuitktUi Uie biikiv, eAet-t* unit urodiU  of tbe nljKive nunii'd deaeievil  All ibbti dee th������ auUta *>t tlm nnld de.  oeMotlmo4 be p dd without tie Ity to the  nudiiNlguMl.nrdiU oteliai no������lout the  ������<������l(l odionuut be prcMiitrd tn me, duly  verified, within thlitvrlnyn from the dii'o  hereof.        VV. VV, WItMltH,  OtHdai AdiuIiiiHtrii'or.  Dutwl ������t CumlwrU'id, WO,thi* aiet dny  of HuptemW, Klin.  M**  inni'Hi  The facf tint lie ha I been con*  Hfatitly in Htlendiiucc at tlic bedside nf hist nick wife wan not ae  at McrTitt, lb".,  $100  and  costs  Jcepted as extvnuatioii.

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