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The Cumberland News Oct 29, 1907

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 j*'V*������*w+,*r'' ���������r\i\-j***&**&*r'i'jri*  ' -������������-H-*w^w**rf tr"*'-  ..,-. ..V .....A-**~  _.f  sj     m im ������������������     ,-���������      -ei ��������������� :-!-������������������*  s   'A       .i"'l       H  r*v.^^_������^ *.M������-������^������*-������-^���������"���������*���������''W'^'^*'^^  i^==a=,f!M=H!a5s; *���������'''.   -' if I  /��������� a-j    -������������������*****������������������       *v,\ i  ifN/. Rim/   O     1007 fi  P      HOVS-1S07  VICTORIA. SJ>^  *-"*~tte.'..;-)ir,v.'^a������tsg  T  A Journal Devoted Especially, to. tti& Interests of Comox District.  ThkNews, Skventkknth Year,  C UNDER LAND   B. C,    TUESDAY,     OCT,   29      1^07  The Enterpkise, Fifth Yra#.  ���������  ������0������  ������������������������SJ������������63S  ������{������X������JW������X������>X������X������X������X^ W^^^  ������������������������������!S)������������<a5������������  ������e are not. showing all  lines of fall So is.  Tour Inspection Solicited.  LVkTmL^WKBWtfTt^f^  ���������7*   At Luilyanu1;h.-on Monday Oct.  21st, William, eldest son . of   Rev.  --,-^t-\.  ft. Wilkinson .or that city was  united in marriage with Miss C.  ������. McQuat, formerly of Monteal.  The ceremony was> performed by  Mr, WilkinsouV'X'he happy young  couple returned to Cumberland on  Friday and in|end making their  home here where both have resided for some year.-}.  SIMON L'EIS'ER & CO., f  ��������� L I M IT E D   CUMBERLAND,   B. Oi-  tectnet    Cash   Stot*e.  FOB  OB OSD STIiIL  aMb  STOVES  and  CJCIOOD   and  COfllJ   AIR TIGHT 'HEATERS.  ^amWawmWmmeanatmXmmm^  Tp     toO,Tr'KH Duusmuir Avenue,  . iZa Orlin,    oumbb;rland,h. 0.  ��������������������������������������������������������������� >������������.,  In tlie Presbyterian .church at  Sandwick on Th'ursday of lastweelc  a pit*ity veuding' Was solemn izod  when William, eldest son of William [layman, .Snr., and Fanny  second daughter "of Mr. and Mrs.  S. J. Piercy, of Sandwick, wore  united in marriage by the Rev. T.  Menzies. Miss Maggie Piercy,  sisster of tlie hride acted as bridesmaid and Fred Aitken of Cumberland did honors as best man. The  bride was given aWay by her father.  Tlie bride was becomingly gown  cd in cream silk .over   taffeta silk  _tdiXLtuiJiL_vdJili rikbana__aiid���������p.earl_  beading, wearing^voil anil orange  blossoms, and carried a' beautiful  bouquet of roses, and carnations.  Tho bridesmaid 'wore, blue silk  v trimmed wit^",,;,^Jc/i' laco, ������������$ a,  lu\t to march.  After the ceremony a reception  was held at thc home of the bride's  parents, and dancing was enjoyed  until late in the morning.  Mr, and Mrs. Hayman will reside in Cumberland.  Tlio happy couple woro the recipients of many useful.and handsome and grand presents, which  will appear next isnue. :-  n.i   ..... n.i'...-   .  A lot near the front in Vancouver is a inoncv 1'ete.hor, Mr. E.  El-kins who is staying at tho Oiim  borland Hotel for a few daya will  tell you all about it.  ���������$*9 ���������*���������******  MEN'S FALL SUITS and RAINCOATS.  It  9  < t  J      We   have   just   received   a Shipment of Campbell's  )���������   Ready* to Wear Suits and Raincoats  r  We have secured the Agency, for Cumber laud of this  well-known Brand of Clothing  This is the most reliable and best tailored Clothing  made in Canada; -unequalled for STYMS, FIT, and  WORKMANSHIP  We have also 500 Samples to select from should you  wish to have a Suit made to order from this well  known firm  On Thursday evening in the  Lodge room thu Pythian Sisters  will culdbrato their first anniversary. A number of invited guests  will bo present with tham to en-  joy tho evening  II., I      ,      m������m-~m.���������m  The Orange Young Hritons will  hold thoir annual bull on Thursday evening. An excel lout pri/.e  list haft been prepared ami the event well advei'tipod so tht;i*o i.s but  littlo doubt the nii'iiir will !n> a  crowning sucwrfs. It i������ tho first  masquerade of the season and  should bo well at (ended especially  us thu Y. IJ.'  time,  .   proiuit'o   u  good  !  J McPhee & Sons!  ***  ���������*?  LAND himi.Ai^tiiV Mil  To (iff ij Uciuay ..rn-.Aiicil mvn-  er of ho*, IH ut hot I IP, Votifx Din-  trififc. Nmn -171  TAKB NOTIOK Unit A|i|ili(.*itioii h������������ boon  undo to tOitiAi r Klorii ImiI>.1 HaiiM om  ownor iu fen Hiniplo o������ .be rIjovh Hindu  under % Tax .Sale Do.<l from tho A*������i������Ntj������r of  tho Mid Diitrini o' C'oiimx, t)������t������d tho '-'Ut  ������Uy (������t ,I:������uuttry, I',������'i7, hi������1 y<m ,������re MiijiiiiNi'  ad to oontttnt tlm <i!nitn of naid Fluni I*hhtl  H������trd within 30 il������y������ from tin; lirut jmbliu-  atton hereof.  IMTKU tti tin. J/Mid Krgmtry OUiwj, Vio-  tori*, Hritinh (VdmnHin, thin 84 th day of  October, !I������07.  js. Y Woo'H'ON.  Rugtutrar Ckaurul  Ool.'2l������th. 190!*.  Vancouver    Harbor  I^BIMII��������� IWIIIIII I   ���������������������������IIIWIIIWIWilWHITW ��������� ��������� !���������!���������������������������! I ���������!!>! Ill���������������������������������H W^IW���������M~ MOT    I     I l~ll ��������� l~m 1 T  is the Key of the Real Estate situation in the Commercial and  Railroad and* Shipping Centre of  the Canadian West.  We have for quick sale a few lots at  $300 within Three Hundred Yards   of  em** jriK������.i-������r%'wrtiri<.r*-^"Jfr.j������-������^'<* *> '������t*.*,^,������af^'j*������rf������-i������������*>^*jniswsifeu-. j*u'i *-.*^i.-'*-*���������- *. -jls. WTrww iit������wai  Vancouver  Harbor  water front, and within Four Hundred yards of  proposed Railway and Street Car Bridge.  First come, F'irst served.  For Terms and full particulars, see  J. E. ElkmS, Cumberland Hotel  The following is the address read  ti  to Mr. Charles Bridges on the 18th  Worshipful Brother Bridges,  We the members offiiram Lodge re~  quest you to-accept this token not for its  intrinsic value alone but ur n memento  pf our love and esteem and the fraternal  spirit Avitb which it is yiven in remom-  brance of this occasion tho celebration of  tt'i 25th anniversary of your wedding..,  Ab this tea-sot is intended tor the purpose of Serving refreshment may it ever  roreind ynu of our enrly teacliinRP whoe  by we are taught to sot a'aide an equal  poi tion of each day for refreshment us  woll ns for labor and sleep. And whatever tho trials nnd iribuluiiona the Gr**at  t-ieonuitrician bt tho Univor.su ma.v oil  upon yoa to boa/* in this life may yon al-  witynbeat liberty to mnko use or iho  privilopoH to which this token alludes.  fn conclut-ion, our brnthor, ns we meet  you*on tho level on,this the most* il.uat-  rioiiB occaHion of amiinVi lifev-.it reminds  us nil of * how* we aro jniimeyhiK on that  level of timo to thai undiscovered country 'roni whoso bourne no traveller rofcurue.  und tlint.tho ���������jburnoy of you ami your beloved wife may be prolonged for many  yean to como in the (Miniea't winh of all  tlio Bretliren of Hiram Lod^o Ko. 14,  Ancient Froe and Accepted MaBOiiH.  You'll have something left over  for olher things, even after getting  the RIGHT SORT of CLOTHES'  -FORr-^On==and-������OUBSHf-you=  come to McPhee's  Call ������3tf  Eli pspquson  mtna-mamrwrnXwram  nMwntfKw������������v������-ni  Courtenay  for your Horse-Slioeing.  Price for all horyes, size  under  No.4 81.50,   Over No. 4 .$1.75  All repairs equally Cheap.  ' At a meeting of the police commissioners last evening a raise of  salary was recommended for constable Wilson."  _____  ' Householders and- others wishing to  qualify as voter*-, in thi? Municipality of  tho Oity of Oamborland for tho year 1908  nro required to conform to the' following*  regulation ;-  A NY PERSON", a British Subject and  of the full t\gi\ of twfenty-ono and residing'  in the Oity since Iho flrst of January 1907'  and having paid at least two dollars taxes (o tbe Oity and can produce receipt'  for Bame is eligible tovotbif rogtatored  on or before 5 p. in. Octobor 31b*, 1907.  ALEX. Mold NN ON.  Oity Clerk.  For Sale.  The Comox Co-operative As������  sociation are offering shares at  $io.oo each. Purchasers can  secure auy number oi Shares by  applying tp Hyron Crawford, Sec  retary at Courteuay, or to R. W.  Ward, Cumberland, B. C.     \  ���������^������������������^^^������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������f <>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  etin lAm\  Buy iu ou the Ground Floor.  | IiOtS    at    $125.00  f aiifl upwards.  TIichp I/>1������ wnm iwrwMiully BolflotiHi from ft vory Inrgn yvedwr on account of thoir nujiorior Hituation mid I'xcaptjonal value by  ti* Hoss fJapie**  who in in tho city and will 1������������ plonscdto jrivn nil parlirnhiiN r^nrd'tup  *> th.m. Sfiiin* lunil disposal of j.i already ou tho market ut dotiblu tbo  J    piiroliiiMo prici*.   At any timo your lot* are aa good m gold,  ��������� Allan BrOS, 546 Westminster Ave. Vancouver  4 T THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  MAN-A-LIN  Copyright 1906, by The MantHn Co,  MAN-A-LIN  Is   An  Excellent   Remedy  far Constipation;  There are many ailments  directly dependent upon constipation, such as biliousness,  discolored and pimpled skin,  inactive liver, dyspepsia, overworked kidneys and headache.  Remove constipation and  all of these ailments disappear*  MAN-A-UN can be relied upon  to produce a gentle action of  the bowels, making pills and,  drastic cathartics entirely unnecessary,  A dose or two of Manalin  Is advisable in slight febrile  attacks, Ja grippe, colds and  influenza.  COLUMBUS, OHIO, U. S. A.  "The Czar's Occupation.  'Michael Ivanovich���������"What has become of our Little Father?"  "He is occupied with universal  peace."���������-Le Cri de Paris.  Mother���������Mercy, child, how do you  get your hands so dirty? You never  aaw mine as dirty as that1  Child���������No* but I guess grandma  jflid!���������Philadelphia Inquirer.  'Mother (to her daughter)���������Don't  *7iold your dross up so high, Elsie; it  /doesn't look nice.  Elsie���������Well, why did you buy me  ��������� such pretty stockings, mother?���������Meg-  v tjendorfer Blaotter.  .BABY'S HOLD ON  LIFE  fBaby's Own Tablets cost 25 cents  a box,   A box bought now may save  .your baby's life.   Summer complaints  ������ome   often,  without   warning,   and  itbouaands of littlo ones die from thom  ������avf>ry summer,   if children's stomach  ���������and bowels are kept in order there is  HiMJe danger of theso troubles, and  Mfeat is just what Baby's Own Tab-  'rleta do.   Thoy are good for the now  (&orn babo or tho woll grown child���������  ���������cmd tliey are abnolutuly safo.    Give  ���������your-.child an occasional dose of Tab-  Ms and you will koop it woll.    Tf  you have not got a box ol Tablets in  the houso now, -aend for thom at once,  ���������tad  you  may  feel  that  your  littlo  evwefl   are   safe,   Mrs. Wm. Parrott,  WyrtIe,"Ont��������� says:   "My Uttlo boy  fftifforcd greatly from cohc, and criod  '������������������tiUmoftt. continuously.   A few doses of  the Tablets cured him, and now I  fflvotho Tablets oocnsionally to pro-  wsnt tho trouble returning,"   Sold hy  medicine 'dealers or  by  mail at 25  cent* a box from Tlio Dr. Williams'  Mfldicino Co., Tlrnckvillo, Ont.  Laugh While You Eat  No matter how strong the digestion  may be naturally, it Is no very difficult matter to weaken it, and, no matter how. feeble it may be, it is alwaya  possible to do something to strengthen it, ' v'  A good digestion resembles many of  the other blessings of life In tliis���������l'c is  seldom really valued until it is lost. ���������  When people have for years adopted  the foolish practice of. bolting .tbelr  mod without taking the trouble as to  Is proper mastication they can hardly  vender that a new oondition of things  arises which cannot be cured ln a few  weeks.  If we treat our acquaintances badly  ve quickly turn them into enemies,  aod If our ill treatment is long continued it may be impossible, even by  the best treatment to regain their  friendship.  It is much the same with our digestive apparatus. If we wish to be In  good grace with it we must treat it  with every possible consideration.  We must not expect it to do work lt  was never mea#t to do. Thn stomach  Is not provided with teeth, but it Is  provided, and so are the intestines,  with certain juices whose action converts food into a condition in which It  will nourish and repair the tissues  dnd renovate the blood and increase its  quantity, but���������and this is most important���������in order to do this the food when  it reaches the stomach must be ia a  "get-at-able" state; it must be in a  soft pulpy condition, so that the digestive juices can have a chance of  react* Ing it.  This they cannot do properly if such  tiling as meat, for instance, are swallows d in lumps.  For this reason those whose teeth are  defective will find artificial teeth an  Immense help���������indeed, a very important factor���������in the prevention of dyspepsia.  Worry at mealtimes and hurry directly after are two great factors in  weakening the digestion.  One of the most important meals of  tho day is breakfast, yet how often\we  hurry over our food or scramble  through it in stony, frigid silence, scanning the columns of our favorite newspaper.  __An__old,_physiclan, writing seventy  years ego, said some words which are"  as true today as they were then:  ''Laughter is one, of the greatest  helps to digestion with which 1 am acquainted, and the custom prevalent  among our forefathers of exciting lt at  table by jesters was founded apofl true  medical principles.  "Therefore, endeavor to have cheer*  fni and merry companions* at yonr  meals. The nourishment you' take  then will certainly do good and tend to  promote digestion."  "Thoy say bin wifo has money.''  "Whll. that inn't bin fault.  Thoy'vo  *mly been married a short timo."���������  Tifvcrpool Post.  ltie Married Woman'i Sympstny.  When n married woman meets a pa  tlcularly  attractive,   busy,  content?  spinster, she wjys plaintively: "Pot  Ada, or Virginia, or Enameling Wh;*  a pity that she never married!"   Sh  cannot help It any more than she ca.  help  the  color  of   her hair.   Whon  Frederick-fumbling dreadfully, by thi  way-slipped the ring upon her finger,  ho endowed her not only with all his*  worldly goods, but also with an ineradicable pity for those upou whoso banc'  tho yellow band has never glonmed  If bo bad taken to beating her tlio foi  lowing week, had developed an undue  appetite for drink tho next month and  bad dosfrted her tho following year,  Bho would still have looked with pat  jronngo   upon   mo,   unbeaten,   unac  qunlnted with Intoxication,' undosortod.  Thoro is no wifo so unhappy, so nog*  looted, so Sampled upon, that sho 1ms  not In bor own opinion somo ono still  moro pltlnblo to whom to condescend,  and that Is any unmarried womiui, no  matter how busy, how cheerful, how  popular.-Anno O'llngan lo Uarport  Buzar.   Water si a Tonic  Water Is said to be ono of tlio bost  norvo tonics, and physicians frequently recommend patients Buffering from  nervous prostration to drink plenty of  wntor botwoon moals. To somo por-  dons wator Ib as bracing as wlno, nnd  It Is distinctly soothing when sipped  slowly.  Nothing you can wear cost* you so little in real  comfort, real service and real satisfaction as  Pen-Angle  Guaranteed  Underwear  Warranted ������o you by the dealer, by ibe insiet to'  him.. Form-fitted foe comfort'��������� mm; won't ittelrh,  wsa't shrink.. Mads in many Ubrict and ttylti,  at vvioui price U lotm-fitting nzei (ot Wooieo,  men and children. Trade-marked in red ai above.  - 808  aiftbi-  The Limit  "The simple life ,for me," said the  first woman.  "But where are your social  tions?" asked her friend.  ; "Oh,*thatfs all over. When I was  asked to join an appendicitis excursion to a fashionable sanatorium I  ivst had to draw the line."���������Philadelphia Ledger.  The  Reason  Easterner���������A London policeman, arrests on an average no more than  nine persons in a year. A Parisian  arrests twenty-eight.  Westerner���������Pshaw! That's nothing  to the number a Chicago policeman  arrests in a year!  "Oi course; but you must remember that comparatively few, Chicago  people go to London and Paris in a  year!"���������Yonkers Statesman.  A Merry Heart Goes All the Day.  ���������But one cannot have a merry heart  if he has a pain in the back or a  cold with a racking cough. To be  merry one must be well and free  from aches and pains. Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil will relieve all pains,  muscular or otherwise, and for the  speedy treatment of colds and coughs  it is a splendid medicine.  "Moike!",  "Phwat is it, Pat?"  "Shposin' Oi was to have a lit,?*  "Yis."  "And yez had a pint of whiskey?"  "Yis."  "Would yez kneel down and put  tlie bottle to me lips?"  "Oi would not,"  "Yez wouldn't?"  "No. Oi could bring yez to yer  fate quicker by shtandin' up in front  of yez and dhrinkin' it meself." ���������  Philadelphia Inquirer.  There is nothing equal to Mother  Grave's Worm Exterminator for destroying worms. No article of its kind  has given such satisfaction.  Butcher���������Come, John, be lively  now. Break the bones in Mr. Simpson's chops and put Mr. Smith's ribs  in  your basket.  John���������All right, sir* just as soon  as I!ve sawed off Mr. Murphy's leg.  ���������Tit-Bits.  Biggs���������Bifkins is a man who never  is at a loss when it comes to choosing a word.  * Diggs���������No, but he chooses so many  words that are only printed in dashes.  =^Chicag.Q_H.e3������s,-lL___  Minard's  theria.  Liniment    Cures    Diph-  Tess���������Mr. Wise is an agnostic, isn't  he?  Jess���������The idea! What made you  think that?  Tess���������Miss Passay told me he  didn't believe the Bible.  Jess���������Oh, she means their family  Bible in which the record of her birth  is entered. He noticed that the date  had been tampered with.���������Philadelphia Press.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes  by Wolforrl's Sanitary Lotion.  CHILDREN!  Do you want a  Painting Book?  It's FREE.  Ask your mother to  send us her name and  address and we'll send  you one of these splendid  Painting Books with the  colors all ready to use.  We'll also send a quarter-  pound .package of Celluloid Starch for your  mother to try next ironing  day.  ycUiilotcl SlCUiCll  Tke Brantford StarchWorlcs, Limited  Brantford. Canada      ���������"  I  THE BUSINESS SLAVE.  Tis hot and sultry at my desk;  The endless figures seem to blur,  And visions ccme.of wooded dells,  Wbevo cooling rorest breezes stir.  And y< it,' around, on every side,  My looks and letters seem to say  In tones ot heartless mockery:  "Can't get away!   Can't got away!"  Bo here I toll and fret and Jrown;  And so the fickle seasons pass.  The snow of winter.,, melts away���������  The green creeps back into the gram  But always, ln the weary round,  I follow, slavellKe, day by day,  Dull Caro breaks ln upon my dream*���������  "Can't get away!   Can't get away!"'  ���������louls E. Thayer In New York Press.  Kecently a lady better versed in  philosophy than in kitchen lore accompanied a friend on a marketing  expedition. Miss Ph! D. expressed  her amazement when the butcher  gave the price of lamb chops as 25  certs a pound.  "Why," she insisted, "I should  think chops would be very expensive,  since each animal has only two."���������  Harper's. j  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  "The March of the Men of Harlech."  In military music the march occupies  a prominent position and bas been  employed not only to stimulate courage, but also fromv,about the middle  of the seventeenth century to insure,  the orderly advance of troops. One ot  the earliest instances of rhythmical  march is the Welsh war strain, "Tbe  March of the Men of Harlech," which  is supposed to have originated during  the siege of Harlech castle in 1468.  In England the military march waa  of somewhat later development Sir  John Hawkins in his "History of Music" tells us that its characteristic waa  dignity and gravity, in which respect  it differed greatly from the French,  which was brisk and alert, and apropos of this subject the same author  quotes a witty reply of an Elizabethan  soldier to the French Marshal Blron's  remark that "the English march, being  beaten by the drum, ls slow, heavy  und sluggish." "That may be true,"  he said, "but slow as lt is lt has  traversed your master's country from  ono end to tho other." - Chambers'  Journal..  Impaling In Turkey.  Impaling was used as a punishment  In Turkey up to 1S53. Tbo last mon so  executed woro four Arab sheiks who  had rebelled, Thoy wero Impaled at  the four corners of the Ilagdad bridge.  Ono of them llvod for nlno days.  "So you claim to possess the heart  of a boy?   Bah!"  "But, really^T feel just as young as  "Go on. The five engine went past  here five minutes ago and you were  so busy reading some of Emerson's  essays that you didn't know it."  They were trying to explain to the  Australian bushman the principle of  the curved ball.       ���������  "That's all rot," he "aid. "It's easy  enough to throw a boomerang so it  will turn around and come back to  you, but;nobody can make me believe you can throw a round hall <so  it will describe a curve. These nature  fakirs make me tired."  Canada Leading.  The Cobden Club issues a reply to  the proposals before the Imperial Conference, and says: "The significance  of the Canadian policy is that it represents the most fully conscious evolution of the colonial principle, an  evolution not towards closer union,  but consistently towards larger independence in political,' military and  economic action. Where Canada to-day  stands our other self-governing colon-;  ies will stand to-morrow."  The pamphlet criticizes the prefer  ence proposals and discounts the  value of Canadian preference, which  Canada cannot'increase if she is con-:  sistent with her protective policy. Iti  _also_states_Lthat the Canadian _bounty*;_  policy is hostile to the validity of preference. The New Zealand and Australian proposals are merely instruments to increase the stringency of  protection.  Beating Carpets.  When beating carpets remember first1  of all to beat very thoroughly on the  wrong side and cben very lightly on  tbe right. Too vigorous beating on  the right side Is liable to ruin the  texture of a carpet, but thorough  brushing with a hard carpet brush con  do no barm  Like Talking Shop.  A stockbroker whoso mind is olwoyi  full of business was asked a fow days  ago how old hia fathor wns.  "Woll," snld bo abstractedly, "be'a  <jnotod at eighty, but thoro li ovory  prospect that hu ^IJJ tvu-h i,ur uui  vonmihlj lm ul li pri'mlum."  W.   N.   U.   No.   652  Two PhatM of tho Can,  "How long Is It BntaR to tnlio to got  through wiili tbi*. *-****'." ..:!.<;! thc client, who wns under suspicion of bousfr  broking.  "Well," replied tho youn&Jnwyer  thoughtfully, "It'll tako mo nbout two  weeks to got through with 11, but I'm  afraid It's going to tako you About four  years."   But 8he Did Tell,  Ellft���������Bolla told mo that yon told bor  thnt soerot I told you not to tell ber.  8tolln--8ho'B n mean thing. I told lier  not ta toll yoa 1 told hor. Kiln-Well.  I told her I wouldn't tell yon sho told  ino, io don't tell Uer I dld.~Judge.  Manitoba'** 8oil,  In Manitoba you can turn a furrow  100 miles long and uet encounter a  stono as largo ns your (1st, Tho oarth  for a dlstnuco down from throo to flvo  feot Is n rich black loam mndo by centuries und conturies of docnying voso-  tntj.on,,  Social Life Long Ago.  Tbo stotoly dnraos of tbo court of  Edward IV. rose with tho lark, dlnod  at 11 a. m. nnd rotlrod to rost at 8  ln tho ovonlng. Henry VIII. wont bnck  to 10 In tbo morning for dinner and  hnd supper nt 4. In Quoon Bess' days  bor mnlds of honor begun tbo dny with  a round of boof or rod herring und a  fl���������������uu cf r.tc f*r hwnlrfnut. nt about  0:30 nml dlnod nt 11. nnd thon wont to  tho plnyhouso In tho nftorne-n not  Inter than 2, sometimes us onrly as  12:30, according to tbo ordor of tho  piny and tho day.  Poultry On tho Farm*  Farmer* aro coming to roftlixo that  nothing on the lurm pays larger ro*  turns thnn poultry for tho money and  time invested. Thoreforo thoy are  giving rnor: and moro attention t.  thoir poultry each year and seekuiR  iho Uot way.'; ^ impinvo thru*  flocks. Many ftockn nro earning big  profits for their owners, lint theso  ownors aro mon that utvo poultry tho  pine** on the farm that it Hhould fill,  Tho e*irt������ of *nt*U flock** tako thought,  timo and money, br*t th������y givo ample  return for ench tutd nil of Uit:������c mx-  pondituifa. Wny not try it younuJf*  THE RECORD  CALORIFIC  producer for churches unci large  possesaes a very important feature  has two air courses���������the air travels up  inner and outer castings. All products  come in direct contact with  surround the hot air columns,  thusmaking the largest amount  of heating surface to every  square foot of grate surface  ever achieved in a warm air  heater. The flue construction admits of heat being  forced direct to the most  distant and most exposed  part of the building to be  warmed, 107  WRITE FOR CATALOGUE  RECORD FOUNDS MACHINE CO.  -1.. at MONCTON, N.B. t* MONTRCAL,P.Q,  |i;i������W|wiiiiii ww **wpw^pp^wwwip^>F  8*Im RranchM at MONCTON, N.B.J MONTREAL, P.Q.J  RONTO, ONT.; WINNIPEG., MAN.j OALOARY, ALTA.  VANOOUVER, B.O.  8TH������NQTH OOMES FROM WHAT YOU DIGEST  NOT FROM WHAT YOU EAT  SHREDDED  U taken up        dlgiit- -MJMHH ��������� ������������������  AM  HH  by tho mott dallcata IHI ^^| ^L  M    I  stomach,     makoi good HHl BH Bi II    I  muscle blood, t^|^| H ^^aa III   I  A boon to IwV \m  I I Hiiini   I  CONTAINS MORE NUTRIMENT THAN MEAT OR EGOS  For aala by all groctra, 13c por package; 2 for 25c. 'I-  :v --.  ->-.���������*,���������������?    .       *  (*  THE  NEWS.  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  SWINGING IN THE ORCHARD  C  M WoozmLmtGGlPCRAm  *n^  ������< \  ^*\\<\' < *  ���������.    '������������������  - i ^   ~* ��������� *��������� ^"s^'l  :N.������ ������������ *s v ^ ��������� > \^ w ���������  rmtm.- .*" ���������- ^ <^  ,��������� ..'S-  , ������i , \{  *mmrm***mmmmwttmtmimm0Kmmimmmmmmmmmm^i^t^m^^mim^mmmm   i        i , n h���������I  r t is nn+ a-aav-* atnrlr that bjis thr>. distinction of wearing a wooden I<  /  f  I-  Two Cats I Know.  KNOW a flat where dwells a cat  Named Mrs. Tomson Tabby;  'Tis badly kept, and never swept,  The furniture is shabby.  The washing-up of plate, or cup,  She leaves until tomorrow, "'  I think with me you will agree   '  Her days will end In sorrow.  She says she is "not very strong,"  Alas! she's only lazy.  Her careless ways are quite enough  To drive poor Tomson crazy.  I know a flat where dwells a cat,  Her name is Mrs. Fluffy; i  Her rooms are beautiful to see, t  They're never hot and stuffy. .   .. '   *  -No-mouse-tails-lle-up6n-the������floor,-  All spotless Is her kitchen;  Tho' Mr. Fluffy may be poor .  There's one thing he is rich in���������  His wife '.s worth her weight in gold,  And gracious, too, and witty���������  Ah! here she ls for you to see,  Now, don't you think she's pretty?  ���������       Seeing All the Town.  . u'here was a whole family of children, and they were only to spend one  day In the city with their aunt and  cousins. ���������  Upon their, return home a friend  asked, "What did you see of the city?"  "Oh, we saw all of It," was the reply.  "All of it! in one day?"  "Yes, you see we've lots of cousins,  so one of them took one of us to one  place, another cousin took another  of us to some other place, and so on.  Bach of us went to a different place,  but the family of us saw pretty nearly the whol^ city."  An Optical Illusion  GUT a Riece of cardboard to exactly the size of one of the two  squares you see below.  Paste upon one side the square shewing the heart, leaying the heart on the  outside, of course. Upon the other side  of the cardboard paste the square containing the cross, having the cross face  outward. ���������  Now attach a string to the two opposite sides of the cardboard.  Fasten the two free ends of the string  to your thumbs; Then twist the piece  of cardboard round and round until the  string is wound tightly. Upon releasing  the cardboard It will spin around rap-  Polite  Impoliteness.  SOME one had said to Louis XIV of  of France that Lord Stair, then  English ambassador In France,  understood the art of politeness best of  any man In the world. ,  "I shall put him to the proof," said  the king.  Next day as the royal party were  about to enter a carriage to drive to  the king's hunting-lodge the king  nodded to Lord Stair. "Enter, my  lord," said he.  To the great surprise of the courtiers  Lord Stair promptly took his seat  before the king.  Louis was convinced that the people  had spoken the truth, for truly the  finest politeness was prompt obedience to the king.  Gets Bid of Them.  IT is not every stork that has the distinction of wearing a wooden Iegy  or that has suqH care as Marinette.   She lives in far-off Algiers.  Some time ago Marinette broke her leg through an accident.  Her  master set it, but was finally obliged to cut it off.   You may be sure  the stork must have been a great pet, that all this should be done for her.  A wooden leg was then made for Marinette, and her master has another^  one handy, in case anything should happen to the one she is now wearing..  Marinette is as proud as proud can be of her wooden leg, and struts*  around with added dignity.   It is doubtful if she would want her owr " ig.  br-V. if she could have it. 9    .  The Legend of Count Robert  the Fearless  HT'  KEY TO THE ILLUSION.  Idly untt! the string Js unwound. While  turning you will be surprised to see, Instead of a heart and a cross, one figure  ���������that of a cross inside of a heart, such  aB the picture shows you.  : Aa English farmer was known far  and wide for his skill in the treatment of .horses.        <* fv  A neighbor, who wanted some information, approached the farmer's  son the other day.  "My boy," said he, "when one of  your father's horses is ill what does  he do?"  "Well," said the boy, "if It's not very  sick he gives it medicine, but if It's  seriously Ul he sells it."  Long Sermons.  The minister was telJinjr M������ Sunday-  school class about the young man who  fell asleep while listening to the  preaching of Apostle Paul, andvwhb,  falling out of a window, was picked  up dead.  "What do we learn from this solemn event?" he asked.  A little girl replied: "Please, sir,  ministers should learn not to preach  such long sermons."  THEY'VE)   taken   all   I    own,"  groaned   the    count;   "not   a  thing is left."  Indeed they had, for, what with having led too merry a life during the last  ^ew* years, the count had spent aU of  _fiisTortuM*^na~lia*a~come~lWSr"h"ard_  times.   All the  splendid furnishings of  his castle were sold to pay the numer- *  oue debts.  The   desire   to   live   gone   with   the  vanishing   of  the   last  portion   of   his  safety when I saw you disappear 'neatr  the waters."  "Oh, you're not intruding, sir. I, yon  know, am Queen of the Water Sprite*,.  Would you not like to see my palace?"1  Count  Robert  would  be  pleased-,  ta-*.  _deedrespecially"in~the"companyo������~soci^"  a charming guide.  So he was escorted through the m&g.������.  nlflcent castle, where he dined aumptu-.  ou sly In the great banquet hall witfs-,  the   mermaids,   curious   little  xnermea?  ��������� Housemothers' Exchange  T  i  i HE letter with which wB lend off  today Is sprightly, nnd well worth  tlio reading on that account. It  is valuable, moreover, as throwing a  new light upon a uisuKrecab.e but too  often un importuui hui,,,t.iu to the tifeO-  nized housewife,  The deapali'ir.g cry of a mufferer from nn  Invasion of "red lovers" anvil* my acttm-  1 Vow* cn������ nt tht* nee tor Hie first iim������  a little over a ytur ago, 1 *ml������Utoli It for  u "ludy bujr";. took It up cnrclully cm n  lilt of Mumr unil UepoultPd It mft'ly ������.n the  luwn, UilniUn������ It would Juyiuliy "'Hy away  home" nm) lejolri iln wohlnt* rniibJy. The  next rnoruInK I wa* umUcclvtO, horrltUti  and humiliated. I consldon d niyvtlr uU-  Kiuced, nnd forever,  All manner o; vcmedlo* wore lugifencd  nnd trltd faithfully, but the Intrudtr* wo.o  immune,.nnd 1 returned from u ioni* vl*n  to And thnt they had Increased and nuiltl-  Iillfld. I wn* In di'uriuir. when o frlupd-  whoKo namo ������houlrt he written in gdld������n  UtUrK���������udvlsud mt to u������t fnimulcvhyvn.  To my dellRlii, li wo* a >'.ornrua������i tuueii'i,  It wa* tried. iev������rnl month* ngo, and not  one ha* put In an ������iip������*arsnc<- cunoe,  Apply tho torimildeliydu wllh a bruih or  n garden tyring**, It |* otlorli'** and It aoei  ������i'.H injmr the ijcddliig, 1 am told that uu  "red rover*" hold th������lr annual cnrmvHl In  Auguvt and Setnemhvt, to I am t>nparing  to meet thit ������n������*my,  Pornmldohyde I* aluo a remedy for imall  red anu. A WBSTBHN WOMAN.  Gimollno Ih rlfihtly conslderi'd ununfo  except In exceialanally caieful Imnili.  It ������hould never be committed to the  management of lervanta or liccclletin  young )H<o|ile. While I n*gar>l It uh an  nlmotn aurts exterminator of Die Jibdin-  Jnoblo "scarlet runncm" we till thrlnk  from naming, 1 ItcaltBto to recommend  It unre������oi'veuiy. ln our perplexity, our  brlght-heartod "Weitern womnti" ������tepi  In with a miliitltute, harmless to humun-  kind, non-oxploHivc, and wnnnmed to  kill the iKmtllontlul Invader*. Will  aomebody elite try It mid it port luccem  through tho J'JxcmuiKcV  ��������� More Soap, Less Scum  Lent "Mm, P." nnd actnta of her M������-  ter homewlv*������ who have -pinned their  fiMVi in I'tih'nnluM Iron wmrhhollerii  nhould be clean u.icouraKtu tw tne  <li������Jt)H th.'U thn *.iU'*npl\������ rtwtft be  thrown txulde, n aemlblo conservative  eome* to the rescue of the boiler and  to the cheer of the owner thereof:  I mould like to tell "Mr*, p." that !  have had the aamo trouble In hollln*/ clothM  of which ������ne complain*. It wa* while uilna  wnti.r item n *i*rlnr. anil my "John" laid  It ram* trom a miner*} uiK������u^aj|,������witi, .  thlnk-ln the wnter. I rivtr tried any  "breaking" preparation*, nut trom obatr*  vatlon I Uarned that the more ioai> Hi*  )t������ icumi and from that I iniMivn ������'>������t  enough wan would.do away with th* mil*  aanee.   Thia proved tu U tbe eaie u|ion  If '"Mr*. P.". would u������e ft bar of ������cap  Imitead of half a bar, l think *he. would  have n,i further trftuhfe The faff that the  ���������cum at-fcar* on the flr������t and not on tn*  aei'Om! bollerful et elothe* might I* due te  the aiMhlrin of mure ������.,ip with men i-k.tli**,  nr t    I'lf   clutimti'iinie 'tiri H I  Hie  iliHirial  d*|ioa<t rlMijn th* fln( ������-'<ilirf.il, linving  the r*������t ������.f the ' " l *"���������������' *'***  asserting that apple sauce and other acid  fruitm should not be cooked in an iron  utonsil when any other Is attainable. It  In almost certain to darken the fruit,  and, unless perfectly free from rust In  every cievtce, imparts a leta.lic taste  which Is not agreeable. I .have not  used an Iron pot or kettle In my kitchen  for thirty years,  Were Is the advice of another of our  constituents:  "Mr*. P.,' of Benton Harbor, Mich.,  mud got a now boiler, The, water In her  region la wrongly ..impregnated with minerals (Iron anu aulpliur), and when city  won water I* usod tt has tho effect &*���������  RiTlbed upon galvanized holler*, particularly It any washing Huld be used in washing,  uorax may allcvlato the annoyance, but  It utiually mean* a new wavhboilor aa the  eanloHt way out of the difficulty,  Thi* wn* my oxnorlenci? during twenty  yeur* of huUHoicooping In that part of the  country.  Mrs, MacC. (Bowling Green, Ky,).  Another Stato Is heard from in tlu  following:  l.liivlng .had tho name experience with a  falvnnlzcil Iron boiler a* ha* "Mr*. P.," of  lonton Hnrbor, Mich., I hasten to help her  out of imr dilemma. The trouble I* with  the boiler Itielf. Toll her to make two o*'  three baa* of coaiuo muilln or of ticking,  about tho *l*e of wmimon pillow *|lp������, to  put her elotho* in before placing them in  the boiler, tiling one for the ftntr article*,  one. far table linen, another for bed Pnep,  and *o on. A. drawstring may be run ia  the top of eaoh bag, or It may be folded  down and rammed with large Ninety pin*.  No aeum oan thon touch the olothea, The  bag*, when emptied, mint be well rinsed  and nunif out with the cloth**,  I ihould like very much to have the  reolpo for. "eraoker Jack," which I* made  In candy kltinon* and aold at county fair*,  If aome one would kindly contribute it  through your department.  If you lllio rallied atiiivg bean*, they ara  t-ajlly put up.  Siring the beam; cook whole until tender,  not toft, tn boiling ������alt water: fill your can*  with the nean* and pour over them ������������lo-  Ing hot ������*%i>d vinegar. Seal at once. They  am good. M. C, H. (Decatur, ind.).  The water muat be lightly (united, i  guppoao, or the bean* would need aoak-  Ing beforo the vinegar la poured on,  A,,,.] ,ii>iu|/u������  ui  ut.u,ia,   .1j<-  i,i*i  l������.l',ii  on file for todnv hna n word of prnlaa  fur a recipe put uuu our huiida laal  year, It l������ rofieahlng to know thnt one  hut eaat food seed Into good ground.  And, nftei All, It la the little help* that  count In dally llfe-the timely Mitt over  rough plncea that try strength and patience, while, to the mreleaa onlooker,  tney seem but trilling inequalities in in**  beaten track. ,,  ���������mv*     "     e   "'  XmproTl&f th* SMilgn.  Lucy Noltrt, a little S-yt&r-old flrt,  ^������������ WtBTifiPa that  3^feM"noW;Ve me fltf*  for thisTflnger l������ lo"*^ ***** ** >w������,ri  Effective Hand-Macte  Portieres    f  VERY Stylish and effective homemade curtains or portieres may be  made even by. comparatively ln������  experienced needlewomen.  Por the summer home, Instead of buying costly curtains of silk, brocades or  even the bamboo beaded curtains, which  are so often seen and which are terrible dust-catchers, at the best, why not  make yourself straight, graceful curtains of burlap or arras cloth?  TheBe materials are comparatively Inexpensive, and can be had In tlio most  artJstltf colorings. Tho dull, soft greens,  browns and coppers are among the most  popular shades, though very stylish curtains mny be mnde from 'ion or deep  cream shades, with the designs in  brighter colors.  Cut the curtains full enough to hang  In graceful folds, and finish with a ten-  Inch hem and a casing wide onough to  run easily on a rod, Jf both sides nro to  be exposed, as when used between two  rooms opening one Into the other, make  tho curtains double,  The decoration for silk curtains  should bo slmplo but striking. It can  be of bold, dashing embroidery designs,  dono In hoavy rope silks, or the new  linen appllquo V" be even more effective.  Conventional perforated designs may  be bought at any up-to-date decorative  art rooms for ttamping at home, or tho  linen itself, stamped and ready to i p-  ply, can be secured,  Tho curtain and linen tn be nririifinM  are stamped In the same pattern, nnd  lh* linun is thtn dampened, ironed and  bMted to tho corresponding design on  the foundation. Tho edges aro then  neatly and firmly overcast to provent  fraying, and, later, worked wltb a long  :-.'* r.Y.Qvt l*lAy,A,;A,, *:,.*'���������, vt mi* Mulshed by a course couching over a heavy  rope silk. Sometimes the applique Is  done with a cord or flat braid,  This work Is capable of original and  artistic color schemes, A very charming  portiere seen recently was of tan-colored burlap, with a (lashing pomegranate  design done In dull red*, or tbo trmt  outlined in a darker shade of the same  color, Heveral shades of dull olive were  need for the Heme ond foJiugt, o^ou-  td with untarntshable gold thread 9  SAVED FROM DEATH.  wMtfth, count liobort resolved to drown  hlmwlf tlmt/very night. ,.  When tho moon was at Its full ho  IourcikU |||������ pklff an n lay nt Its moorings and piuldloi! toward the middle of  the river. T.ie wator was too shallow  near the bunk, and if ho were to die ho  wliluul, nt k'UHt, to do It ns ho had  Jived, In l in* nioHt comfortable and ele-  Kant slyle t'osslble,  i'mint Ri.'lM'rt censed paddling. A  dec'p ������l;ih escaped him as he thought  of Uie jolly life ho had once led; but  tliHi, retiming on tho emptintmn of  pn Kt-rit exUtuiicp, he rose In dewpera-  lion lo cast himself Into tho water���������  when, chancing to look at tho mnssivo  rock rlaltig from the river nrarby, ho  bchrld n lioilitlful mnltlcn.  Now, tlio count was very courteous,  .,     ,i.,ll..     fn     *(.,r*(tf>n       p������v*|     l,������     pr>rtfllr\l������  tonidn't dn mirh "tn iint?-,nllt,mnrily net  ua drown hlmnelf beforo the eyes of  this Ix.ututy, In fact, be didn't foil half  um mu. h like .ending his life a* he had  tint moment beforo.  Ami wlifn the boautooim maiden, after smiling sweetly upun him, gliUeU  Into the wnter, what could the gallant  titunt do but plunge to her rescue?  Down he traveled until ho stood on  the river's bottom. To his astuiilsh-  ment tlie bewitching ludy stood right  before him, still smiling and seemingly  ���������'ot In the* leant need of rescue.  * "I ber your pardon, lady," said tha  count, wllh a aweeplng bow; "my pres-  t���������..-���������. is-dx.0 to my rwont *larm furj'uur  serving the food upon golden plotters*.  When ho look hii leave ha told the  queon tho reason for his midnight row*  on  the river.  In  pity sho generausiy*  gave him all the gold he could curry.  Count Robert, overjoyed, told hor he.  would roturn aftw paying his d������bts nml;  mrko hor his bride.  Aftor an iiffectlorv  ate rfdlau, stout mermen bore him to tlic.  shoro,  Hut now that Count Robert wus agftlu,  vory wealthy   ho   quickly forgot hi*  promlso to tha queon, and straightway  bogitn  tu court tho bin on h UauMlit������>'-  A day wos Anally appointed for thoir  wedding, All the city (locked to soo tha  ceremony.  Just ns thoy wore about tn be married,  It grow dark ns night, no thnt tin*  church had to bo lighted,  Then enmtr-  X*ftt)   nftor  rtnn)   nf tftrvtliV   ttM-rwli>r  The drtor opened.  Tn ran n flshermwu  "Fly for your llvesl" ho cried, "Hit--  river haa overflown Its banks!"  Hardly were the words out of hhr,  mouth before thero was a mighty rush  of water that engulfed people, church  and all. Upon tbe crest *>l vu������> ma*,  wave rode the angry Queon of Uv������,  Water Sprites. She was revenged, ntnt,  Count Robert was drowned after all.,  (food VM*?,  "NOW, boya," asked the patient  teacher, "can any of yon tvll me  something; of Oond FridayT"  '���������yea, ma'am. !te was the filler that  done the housework for itobinaoa  Crusoe." u* ���������-*������������������''       "'.'  ��������� A-'- *���������     ���������-- *,,���������    -*.* ������������������������ /  ���������*    - ���������������" ... ' *-  /  r'-M.  TH**   NEWS,   CUMBWLAK7X  i>^ITI8H   COLUMBIA.  ii'iE -JUiMBJitcLA.ND NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  J.   A.  Bates,  Editor and  Proprietor.  The oolumns of-Tuk News ara '-yen r,o all  who wish to express ihorein vlewa a** mutter* />( public iiiccrusi,  While we do not hold ouraelvtia  res'- .usi-  ble for tha ufetenuifma uf correspoadeu^, we  riAtirve   the right   of   declining  to iuser  C3uiuiunic*tttioi\8 unneoeaaarily persoual.  TUESDAY,    OCT.  29,  1907.  .....-The Colonist, makes, coin plaint  that very little interest is taken in  registering tliis year for tlie 111 uni  cipal election and goes to show  tiutt not half of those 'entilled to  vote have registered. In tliis respect Victoria is not the only blow  place in the province. As a rule  not enough interest is taken in  municipal matters.  0  ra  nfi  S-^TVXXTSIL    C,      ZD-A/VIS.      'Propeiei?,  Eiijiliah 4 x HUHTOX always .m 'ap also, th" "aaK.us V3IlAV'AUlv.EK  BEMtS���������Auheoner, h. bwr.h-. Schiitz. &u '. " OLD GKEY I3EAKD "  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wmos and Liquors of all kinds.  The Biiardi'ig and Lo'igitit; I) partinen-', under chn ljiitttedia'e jniyruuei>de;ice of Mrs  Davirf, \.ili b". ion d Eirat clas-< in overy respect;.  BATB8,  $1 00 per day upwards.  .. HW#t.^H.. a*-*i i"J.wi"l������*iir ****TMtemn- "Jtt**n&*m:i *K^ l*/������t.������w*.**������i������*^iA*J������'*iW������rj'*������ ������  As Thursday October 31st is a  public  holiday those  not   having  registered can do so on Nov. 1st.   ���������a   "Ask" is one of the vital words  in modern life.    It is the key-note  word in building   up  a   business.  Advertising is  ASKING.      Read  E. Elkins'. ad in 1 his issue.  We hear much about Canada's  ��������� greatness these days and the continued prosperity from ocean to  ocean aud many claim that this is  tue century'that will bring-Cana-  ada to the "front. The nineteenth  saw wonderful changes iu the Un-  -ited-Statfcs-an d-i f-a-s i-h i-ilar���������d e -v el=  opment is in store for Oanad.a during the twentieth it means much.  It means that in the year 2000 A  D, Canada will have increase 12  times, its present population, and  large cities will have been built on  both the Atlantic and the Pacific  and all with the best of railway  communication. Those who. uve  in Vancouver, ������md I hey are uot  the only ones, claim that Burrard  is the key to the Western commercial situation and upon its shores  will be built a city.with a population keeping pace witli the increasing development of Western  Canada. This means that many  railways will terminate in the district surrounding the harbor. It  will be interesting to watch the  progress of Vancouver real estate  during tlm next twenty-live years.  **A man is just a piece of clay  in a woman's hands and whether  he ranks A 1 or double naught as  a liUiWiind depends a good deal ou  how she handles him. After ho  lias been fed let him have his easy  chnir, his slippers and his cigar.  Let Bill feel that right at home he  can got more solid comfort than  anywhere else on oarth and you've  him anchored for keeps.''���������Samp  lea of the style of the author of  <������The Making of a Successful  Wife." The story will appear in  the Nbws shortly.  DeAr reader, if you aro  not fi!r<">^y " ������"WHb*?������ tn thin  paper why mm yuu not* yon  enjoy reading it oven if it is your  nelghbor'u. It coat* more to sub.  STlb* bn*. t\*t*n tho rw*>r will lw  your own nnd delivered regularly  every Tu#������Uy afternoon.  mm. ft  ���������.  ���������������A pond may lie quiet in a plain  bnt a lake want* meuutnin* to com  putt and hold it in'' A pn<!i mrt  merchant <������n get along without  much ndrertliiing���������hut a 8TOKK  requite* newipstpor i-\)tioe. und  pli'Wfy of ft. .S������m the cfdnmm ������.  thenefspipw^for tho ymh-mtrVy  merchants. ' ~  The R  D,  rice  FURNITURE STORE  There may be Bfmptliintf'-hcre this week, that you wero looking for  last week.   If it is tlie price is sure lo be ri^lit.   Give us a en 1.  REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,  - J. H* COLLINS, CnttWland.  tequiiaait ft Uanaiiaa Sj  "l-'Si* , ;i^*,-v ������������������**���������>��������� ���������  \vT^4-*-v \/\  ������.i   '*   ; ' _���������__-*j -   s j  - - - - -J.-Aj^*-  ���������' ^t-cfJl1 ,**~f-'  s. 3. "Oity of Nanaimo.  Sails t'lom Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. m., for  N'mrnio, calling at Crofton, Kuper  and Thetis Ishnds when freight or  passengers offe.r.  Leaves Nanaimo   Wednsday, 7 a. m.t  htr Union Hay Comox and way pons.  Leaves Coniox    Thursday   7 a. ni., for  ijinon Bay Nanaimo aiid way pons.  Leaves Nanaimo    Friday,  7 a.  m., for  Union Hay Comox and   way ports.  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7   a.rn.,   for  Nanaimo and way.pons.  ��������� Sails from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria.  VANCOUVER - NAJHAIMO - LADYSMITH   ROUTE  1 am prepared to  furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates.  R. CHALMERS  Cumberland  OUR BEST  CLU8ING  OFFERS  This ptp.jr AND A NEW-Shli-wriptiuu to  'Regular prw'for both.    Our Price  Daily Witness,      $4.50  Weekly Witness,    2.50  WorldWide,   ���������-     3.00  Northern Messenger 1.90  Our oakiiiaiH 1,1 -no butt(3 ���������r'c-tlj <a ne  cash in advance. Samples of ������hese papers  may be seem ar our effuse,  The oven door  of the Kootenay,  drops down and  provides a shelf  upon which to  rest the pans  drawn' from the  oven.  [m door is  tro'ngly braced  and "will  s. s.  JOAN.*  Sails trom   Vancouver   for   Nanainio  daily, except Sundays, at    30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouyer  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m  ..... fc-  TIME TABLE   EFFECTIVE  October 15th, 1907  i  NORSHR6UNi3-H.ead Down  $3.oo  2.00  2,25  1.75  POLLEGIATE. SCHOOI .  ��������� FOR BOYS  The Laurels. Belcher Street  Victoria B. C  Patron   and  Visitor,  THi'LORD   BISHOP  OF  COLUMBIA.  /Toad Jiluster  J.W. LAING, ESQ ,   M. A.,   OXFORD.  Ai������si8Veil by threo (ria'hiates of the Kt-cog-  uized U.iis'fr: itiot uf Great Britain uud Canada.  Passenger   'i'miaa  Daily  Stations. No.  1  easily snp-  p o rt the  weight of an  exl;r;a heavy  roast.  Frea Booklet  on request  QccorIa.���������   Ruavels, i  iShuv/iugan,  Sunday  Wed.  ���������A Sat.  No. 8  De. i)00     De. 15 00  'TS'lir  : Oobblu Hill,  ��������� Oo'.viehau,  j Kokailah,  i i'hi.VcatiV,"'.;'''"���������'"���������.*���������������������������  ! iSu'ineuoH, '  j (vheinaiiittH,  I  L'i*i,.*������Jiii'l',  Smuii Wellington,  Kit,.iiiiii<i,       ������������������  VV^lltijgtci:,',  -9.04^  ���������10 i 7  10.22  10.-10  10.48  10 5:1  11 00  11.U7  11.lb  11 82  11.57  iii. IS  '   V2A.Vo  16.15  Hi. 18  16 -M)  lli* IT"  10 47  Iti, 58  17 10  17 Si'i  17 Sn  17.53  i^U)  18 'AO  Moderate tcru,a for liuirders.  Property .eons sts of five acren wish spaei-  <>-Uii sjiiool bivx-.lices, extensive recreatin-  gi-i-uudfi ayii!i..a!5iuiii. fiadnt o'.rvni or������an-  ���������1ZKU. V -.    " '���������.*.'  APPLY TO  HEAD'mASTER.' "  Ar 12.53   jxrli>4li  OUTH BOUND--Read Up  Gwd.Bti.ys.  WANTED-To Muy-ri Collage on ihe  instalment plan    Owner leave terms at  this office.  *uwaamm      mmwamm mtmminwr* isii-v-iirrvy n<irnM wtim^ww..  ���������**$*��������� *������������������.>������..*��������������� ���������������    ������������������  LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VAMC0UVC.?., RT. J0JIN, HAMILTON  O.H-  Tarbell ^oeal flger.t  tTiTi^mmnmW*^  w���������wm mrmawa  ���������MMilUHWMI  a*emm*mmmmm*MUmxrm  m pp 17! m  mm***.**.**������* * ,mmm>w,').j t*m*sM*un,i,%*mm������mmtm- ..\a*Jir*tam*e\-a<*a*e* e*. ���������������*������������������������  No. '.:  Vicwona, Af. l'J.t'O  ! Ru-.i.lu. 12 02  ! Sim viiig'in, 10 51  I      " :o.iii  Cobble Hill, , Ic-iO  1 (jowiol.iiii, 10. I**  !  KokMlab, 10 (ill  I   Uuuouu'h, 10 O'i  i  Suini'iiof, 0 47  Wustiioline, 0 .'i7  Uhuinaiiiiifc, '.I.L'Q  .LaayuinHl), De, 11,00  Ar. Hot)  Soutli Wellington, S.'J8  NunaiiiKi, 8. l.ri  VVul iiigton, Do. S.00  Nn. <i  is on  llv id  17 3.1  FOR SALE���������Ihe line lesidencedf Mr.  T. E. li.ite. "-itnaieil  ;u  tlie   comki*   of  Wind-rmei-f .ind Fir:>i Str.:f;i is. for sale  al the low figure nf $14110-    For parlicu-  kus Apply T umber id,13 d News.  The drink of strong mon and healthy women  mm a .w.wtmwTWW** m* mmw  S175 buys a ^,>(ll] i,-^ ^ ,j,je 0l{y:  F()rtHALE~i(l noi'Hfi Kood hiuil ii~Co-  Diox VaiJe), btiitnbio f. 1* olik'lti'ii much,  i'piiiitifiil i������l)*oam rum ius; lliron.cli pto-  parly.   Apply ntUiiflnlllisp.  17it ���������'��������� *'0,t ^ALK-lCii Kwob, (10 ae:*(>7i'liopped  17 'Ob "ad hb.;ut'10 fHWweleiiri'd.-  J-lk;h l..nd,  j; ..,3 j Mid oxci'Uont |!M*tm*o Jiidc],   Twms 01m  113 C8 bo iimint'eit Ui unit.  iii4rt I   111 Hi I     WANTED-Abonl, lan noma oliural,  Al'.'I    with or without houep.   MiiHt be (..ood  Du. 15 b*  Ar. 15 4*  Jo.'JJ  15 15  Do 15 00  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tickets 011 sale, good ovki rail and sie.u..ei  lines, at two ami one-half cents per mile.  Special trains ar.d fteamers for Excur.  sions, ancl reduced riles for parties may  be nrrnnM-'d f������>  t1" application to the  lund unci fronting water.   State l.-wuat  price.  #800 CASH buys first-class houao  on tWuryport ftviiiitio.  UnionBrewkr^eer i ^o:r::::i,, ,  V-> A \ A ** ' I*   mK^jr a,-....*  ������ ���������*   *.* ������. **. x.      A_^ Uliiv     duM^v. without previous notice, steamers  Is The Best  Bottled or* In  Bcirrelep*  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo B.C.  ������������������������������M������m������l������'|���������l������M������W������ ������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������.������������������������  Dominion  Jiotsl  Vietonia, B. C.  "/*" T>      . t , } lli,,..  IIih  lUtil������nHi������  i.uh'vi   tn.v.i   ......  firat-clfiBs |������otel������,   with   Acconio*  ilatioti Superior to mimy.  Koontft with or without buth.  AiWir������Mi"PI������m   ������1.50   to $2.50.  jK-jr day.  Kni'ojican  PIhii,   Itooms only,  .50 to $1.50, per day.  Frt* Huh.  STEPHEN UONBS.  When In Hourtenav Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery coiwpHHK'e foi p,\wH\������.  The Oimtml Hotel for Sportamen  Nnnf hut ihi> ]\e-\t nf Win������������������i and   I .iqiiorn  at th������ Hnr.  RATES        REASONABLE  FOU SALE���������9,1 ncnis, with IO acres  cleared; $1,000 worth of timber, fir cedar, white pine, and spruce. .75 acres of  boitom land. 8 roomed house and outbuildings Lois of spring water, and only aboui 2 miles front Cumberland.  SI 1011 buyh-loo noruo timber muoh, G  miloHfrom Courtoniiy.  For biilu-Kio norm ���������!% mill's from ComT  ' cbaiiKe without previous notice,siea  sailing dales and hours ol sailing,  liMUiMiin Tickets 011 '.'i'-\h< from and to  all Stations, t*imii i*>i* g"inx J"i'i!)i:y Saturday and   Sunday, remrni,*.)- u<>{ later j noy.Abnut U0 neros olonml Homo yoiiraii-  ban M1md.1v | go, Ri jbt in lino of ruilwnyeoiiHlruction  j, \v. TKOUI', n...i. Sup. H r. C01,..', Sor, i G]im to'Cmrtciiiiy rivor. '  tl. I, romiTNJW. Pi,, K,t. * I ma. Ag. ;   " KQR SALj^A fo^'if"^      '  ****** %*���������**>���������***��������� a***<<     .   <*, mM */tlHtmtSff  *. m                t 5   ir ii acres, also house ntul barn, situ-  M0rP0ei7l   |5r()S, | nted ..ear Comox valley Beauti-  .^ A ���������^.-^.-^ tP, I f"'   locution, convenient to the  iTD^J^J^xvO I .salt water.     For particulars ap-  ilnhn Jnhnetrin.      Pro  Fresh Fruit  MmC&z-y- 'A5^ax/a-w-'<&:s-*A'-4* ���������&&&&  DBKAD. CftiJt'B aiid Pio������ deliver  ed rin ily to mov t������nrt of Citv.  - r r rr-rr-mir rr-nT.-rvtrrr-rzrvrrj/^firz/ri  5i>V'V '��������� ������������������ -���������   ymiLHTonK| w Qrot'erien  iii*  un***   ifixu-t*!* .t**"*-:'i?i  Tone* nud Invigorate* the whom  norvoui ������y������tfitn,  ii'lutum   n������w  Hlood in old Volnn. Vor a Arm-  om ptlrilitv. MrMnl tinil<JlrulnlVony,rr-  pomhnrn, htxtutl Wettknrnn. j*hntimi'>.t*. ������;irr-  mutorrlKMimtiiiil Effei-ltrtf Ahtmor firrrtwt..  l-ticotl por I) iv, Hlxfrirek  O;to wtlllilmm.!ix  will emu Sold bf ������'H SruMrfrts or mnihAtn  v\.\in iikil. OU ivdrf. of in*f>-i>.   AVi" V'Of ***t  On Walucsday and Thursday 1 j^OkVQ CottOO Root COffipOUHtt  of each   week   we   have   fruit. ! j'Ar-****, <*^*n trr*- Vterlno Tonie, ������iid  ui v.ivii    wciK   wc   ������a>v   iruiu  ������   AKtMCnkMif mitn oittxumi Monthly  r*������ll m.,A t*i..^ ..��������� -   .:���������;* i flVikC|tt^KcflfiilAU*f<tnwhichwAnicnnvn  tali nitct Rive us a visit. j ���������%^������^w^oni%tXyomnthm.dwnw  Mdcu-iw* ttiwiger, |3; Jtip. %  U������ *O..U\ttmmrA..m tl pal.WXt  " ST'"  D. IlunUeiv  ��������� ptotm',A m ���������metei  -   -     - ���������*��������� i/mmnrmWi  WptiU  ,ett.  ply at this oflice  To Rent���������Siivonil dcsimblo hns  Ifi-if" ](\i'<it\<-.}---      Onr\e,i]f f|,(, p ]*  E. Agcinjy.  Wflnted���������-To borrow $aooo for  some years on good   security.  Vtxr nnrtirnlrtri iunnirf of  f'nm.  berland Renl Instate A-uenc*'.  P. PHILLIP8 HARRISON  Hrtf trlMtor nnd Solicitor  and  Notary' Publlo  Conveyanclna  Cumberland   . 10. iy/AA'  THI) JEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   C0LU1MBIA.  \&  USE 0SSLY THE BES1  |iS HB STANDARD aifl&lp  READY FOR USE  IN ANY QUANTITY.  For-roftftiag soap, softening water;  removing old pu'nt, disinfecting  alalia, closota, drains aad for  many other purposes. A can  equals SO pouuds SAL SODA.  SOLD  EVERYWHERE.  Er.W.QELL-STt SffffAS  TORONTO.OH7.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and   railway cars of   the   Unioi-   <\>llip:y  Compary i-y any  person    >r   pm*  Bons���������except -aincrew���������u: strict*  /i  prohibited.    Empioyeeb   ^rt*  su^-  ���������i������c to dismissal for alio*    ag.sarr,'?  P v..order  F.8ANC1S 0   LlTTJi-  M>TU(f������?r  4  . ��������� .*  "STAR/  t  | Hayman & Maxwell J  Proprietors.  Sale of Crown Granted Mineral Claims, for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes,  in Comox Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.  When in CMlierianc  STAY AT THE..........  VENntiME.  -    IS     ALL OONVKNIFSCIW   FOB   GlJES'J'S  THK BaI! IS SUPI'LIKD with ���������  Best Liquors and Cijrars  J.R. -BANNER-MAN.  famtja, ut *^diuje������*a������rtiaEiQear:trw!%ii2SMiiW������  JAPANESt!  at n Low Pricp.  Wholesale and Eetail.  .    S. v������'P* .aiid  (Il.e'iih'jn    i'.v  5olbs.......   .���������..-.���������.:���������.-...." S2.65  No, 5 J"ap.town,...,Cuinhoruiisd J-i.  -'#������������inK������'*i-������*-.r  IA:. S  JOHN McLEODS  CANDY. Pit (J ITS,  010 A UH A TOBACCOS  00  YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  Trade WIarku  Desiqno  copvwghtb &c.  S Anyone ionrtlnn a vhotnli and (lotnrlpflon tuny  nlnUly luciertAlit onr opinion froo whotlior im  jvontlon li iirolmltl*/PrtlqiitHh{o,1,Cofnwii|il'iii.  lOHMtrlotif ooiiUdontlal. "HANOOOpK ou I'atontf  Mint free, uidewt aaeiieytor nccurfnarjpntont.i.  I'uttiiu takon tJiroimli Mumi & Co. rcoolffl  tftttUtl notice, -without cliiir������o, In tho  Scientific Mmttm,  A hund-jomnly lllimtrotml wookly, jAtgattelr.  oulatlmi of tmi milimiltlii lourmil. '1'ornin. its b  rimri fmir niontlu, f I. Uoid Dynll jiowwIohIcm,  Bnraob Oltlee, e*% V Bt, Wfttthlniftnn.>������.������.  LAND AOT NOTICE.  TEAMSTERS, and 'DRAYMEN J  JkSINGLE and DOUBLE RK.S*  + Kor HIRE. ALL ORDERS'*'  f PROMPTLY- ATTENDED   TOT  f. -wvramWMimixJmrm-maie^ ^a  $ 3rd St. Oinnljorland $  ���������ft .���������<���������!"  ^l^^-lHh'^-^^^W'^'wi,'i''"i,4wi^''^  I HEREBY GI YE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the 4th Day of November, 1907, at the hour of  rr o'clock a. in. at the Court House, Cumberland, I shall offer lor sale bv public auction the mineral  claims in the list hereinafter set out, of which Crown Grants have been issued, for all unpaid taxes accrued, due aud payable on the 30th Day of June. 1907, and remaining unpaid on the 30th Day of June,  1907, and tor the expense of advertising this notice, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.  LIST ABOVE  MENTIONED.  Name.of* Pkmsiin*  DeSCKH'TIOX op claim  ^,txt.atet-nxu-**isB-,~x**L  -^..aatrm-;!,..  COAL PKOSPECTINQ LICENCES  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  diiy'u after date that I intend to'apply U*  the Hon Chief Commisaioner oi Lunds  md Works for ;t licence lo prospect for  conl and petroleum on the follow in*,; described, lands situate in  Nelson  District':-  Comitiencing at a post planted on the  North boundary of Section one (1) Nelson District about ten cbains West of the  North East corner thereof thence Norih  (80) eighty chains ihence West (80) eighty chains, thence South (80)'eighty chains  thence Eist'(80) chains'to point of commencement and. containing 640 acres  .  Located 30th September, 1907.  ' "     Joseph Hunter,*  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  d.iys after dale 1 intend io apply to  the  Hon Chief Commissioner of'Lands and  ' Work's lor a licence lo prospect  for coal  tnd pettoi^um en'the lollowing described  1 uids situate in Nelson Destrict;  ;    Commencing at a post planted  at the  North boundary of Section one (1)   Nel.  son District about ten chains West of the  |^N'lTiTh~Ea*5r^ornert-hereiifrt-iiene^-N<7!-i:h-j  eighty (80) chains, tnence East eighty (So  .chains,* theiice South eighty (8.0) chains;-  t tence \Nest eigiity (So) chains,  to ihe"  p .mi of comnierieumenl and  containing  6..'o*a'c;res.. *���������...������������������'���������  *-, Llicated, 3'otli September, 1907  A. G. King, Jnr. . ���������**  '���������''.'"   Jo-eph H inner,*  Agent.    ;  Notice is herebv given ihai Unity ^30)  da\s alter date ! intend tu apply to ihe  Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and  u'oiks for a licence to p.ospi-ct tor coal  .ind petioleum on tlie following descrioeol.  hums situ -ted urNeiMin Di'strici;-  Comniencin*.;' at a post pinned eighty  1.8.>> clii.iiv's East of the Notdi E;i->t  corn'.r cf Section one (l<  .*.ti������on District theticti Soulh eighty (80)  chains, tlience West eighty (80) chains,  to the 'South East corner of Section one  (1) Nelson Districtf thence N.irth eiglny  (80) chains along ihe Eait boundary of  Section one (1) ihence Eust eighty (80)  c at ns to the point of commencement  and containing 640 acres.  Located ist 1. dober, 1907.  Francis D. Little  Joseph Hunter,  A6ent.  Douglas Pine Mining Oo.  Douglas Pino Miuiii,^ Co.  i.kuitflas Piue Mmintr Go,  MeKinn'ii John MeL.  .MoKincon John MoL.  Mi'Kmnoti Jolm IVlcL.  DeBeek Geor^o Ward  Oulleii James  UNl'AlU  Taxks  Costs ov  AnVKKTIBINQ  T0TAI1  ])oiifrlas Pine Lot -271  Gold Kxehango Lot 272  Corie Fraction Lot '273  Theodesiu Lot, 1881 G[  Silver King Lot! 85V2G['  Blue Jacktt Lot mvdGJ  Coppcir Chiwf Lot 1834 GI  Copper King Lot 1835 GI  6 8.0(1  3.75  .75  11.28  ���������11.25  10.00  11.50  11.50  82.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  810.00  5.7f)  '2.75  ]3.25  13.25  12.00  J 3.50  13.50  Dated at Cumberland, B.C. 28th September, 1907,  JOflJf BAIRD, Deputy Assessor,  Comox Assessment District,  Cumberland Post Office  '���������oiiuinuig .320 acre-, more-or less.  Located ist October, 19. .7.  Chares U Innes,  '"-������������������.        Joseph  Hunter,  Agent-.-  Notice is hereby given thatthirty (30)  days after date 1 intend to appiy to the.  Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for ,1 licence to prospect, for coal  and petroleum o>;-the ioUovving ���������described  lands situate in Nelson District;-���������������������������  Commeiicing at a post planted at the  South "Boundary of Lot 2 A Nelson,District about Fiiiy (50) chains more or less  East bl the Sduili >vest coiner thereof  tlience North Forty (40) chains more or  less to the* Soutn buuadai-y of Section  one Nelson. Dibtrici, tlience West Fifty  (50) cnains more, or less ��������� to. tiie 'West  boundary, of Lot 2 A thence West ei<*h- I Nelson District, thence North Forty (40)  ty (80) chains to the point of commence- \ chains mpre;orless to the South   West  P'htrict of Now Wofdwinslor, LathI  DiBtriot, Conwt Ni>, 1.  TAKE NOTION ih|it tho MoLmi������������iii  yi^Vl'iM* Onrtt nt\vtv   } lo\ltr,<-\  rt*   \f*\rieiiVi  vor.n.t*,., rixwnlxtxrmevi, httotvl An nrerdy  tor (lormiuiiou to pnrolinso the following  dModb������dl Iflndm���������CoiaiiKHtifllrc nt n pmt  planted about '20 olinina dinfint, and in n  nortlio4������U������rly dunotion froin tlio hvud nf  TuwbnU dove* ntnui tbo lino of hijth  wnter murk, being thn nontliwo.it o rnor,  thenoo norfh 0 oluiiiiH, thonce t-iiHt i!0  ohHins, thonco ������iuth 20 nhninM, 1 'tonoo  along the nlmru 20 eludim to jkj!n* of  onmmiancnmotit, nm) ronf/iininf; 10 iicreti  more or |rt������,  Th* Mt LA UGH LIN UTMKKaOi. LUl,  Dated Ht Vanoouver thin 11th  dny  of  Septermbor, I������������07.  Advertise in the HEWS.  Notice is hereby given that thir.y (30)  days after flue 1 intend lo apply to the  Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Work1- lor a licence lo prospect for coal  and peiro'eum on the following desi ribed  lands situate in Nelson District)-  Commeiicing at a post planed eighty  (So)clinms East of thc North East corner of .Si-cnoir one (1) Nelson District,  thence E.vst Fuity (40) chains more or  less to tlic VVcsi bouudaiy of Section two  (���������') NcImui District (,1'icncti South eighty  j (Jiii) chains, ihence Wfst Forty (40)  chains move or less, ihence Norih eiijlity  (!n) chains to point oi -commencement  iiii'i coniitiiiing 320 acres more or less.  tocnit'il ia October, 1907.  Oliver G, Harbel),  Joseph Burner,  A unnt  Notice ts hereby tfiven ili.ti tniny ^jo^  days nfier (Into 1 intend 10 apply to the  Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for n licence 1.0 prospect fur coal  Kim pi no.cum uu Uie liiiw^n.ji uva'-ub  cd luixls situate in Nehdn District'*  Coiiiinencinii* at a post planted about  (7uj ch lins Eftsi of iho North iiast corner of Section one Nelson I)i?tnct,tht*tice  North f������i(!lity i'Ha) chain*,' tbern-e East t,i  the *<ea shore aboot 'lVentyiivc [z*,]  cnains more or less, theme ihu *v.i  ���������ihore in a South Eniierly direction Ui thc North West cunjci ������f Seciicii  two (j; Nt|5 11 Dirtrift, ihfcncc Smith.���������������  bout tweniy inn (32) cnains moie wriest  tbuon' Wen Filly v W \-l.m,ui>. Mma 01  lest to ihe >oinf of c<Hnmencement and  boundary of saiu Lot 2 A. thence South  Fortj' (40J chains more or less to the  South \\esi corner ol saiu Lot 2 A tlience  East Fifty (50) thui'nsmoie or less to the  point of couiineiiccuiciu and containing  200 acres, more or less.  ' " '    ,.. ��������� _;���������  _,_C; L .Loat,'  ���������',..���������-....     J.'Soph Hunter,  Located 301I1 .September, Jyoy.  Notice is hereby ^iveii thai thirty (^i*j  days alter daie 1 uiienu 10 apply 10 \/x  Kon. Cnief Coiiiiiiiisiouer ul Lends and  Works lor a licence"to prospect lor coal  auu peiro.eum ci the tolluwm^ described  lands in Nelson District;-  Commencing iu a post planied'on the  South ijOLiiidiry of Lot 2 A Nelson District about' Filiy (50) chains more or les-.  East to the South West corner thereof,  theuce Nortli Forty (4������j) chains more or  kss to the South boundary of Section one  Nelson District tlience East eighty (80)  chains, thence South Forty [40] chains  more   or   less   to   tiie   said 1 South  ment and coutaining 320 acres   more or  less.  Located 30th September, 1907.  Douglas D. Muii,  Joseph Hunter,  , Agent.  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  days afier date 1 intend lo apply to the  Hon. C lei Commissioner of Lands and  VVorks for a licence to prospect for coal  and petioleum on the following described  lands situate in Nelson Distric';-  Commeticing at a post planted on the  South boundary of Lot 2 A Nelsou   District Forty (40) chains more or less South  of the South West corner of Section two  7(2-)-Nelson-Disi-rict~theHce���������No-thr-Fony-  (40) chains more or less  to the South  Wesr corner of Section two (2) Nelson  District thence West eijjhty (80) chains  (hence South Forty (40) chains more or  less to the South boundary of said Lot 2  A thence lollowing said South boundary  'ofsaid Lot 2 A East  eighty (80) chains  to the point of commencement and containing 320 acres. -  Located 30th September, 1907.-'  W. D. Mackmosh,  Joseph Hunter,  Agent..-"  Notice i������ hereby given that Thirty [30]  days afier date 1 intend to apply to the  Hon. Ch.ef Commissioner of Lands and  Works for a licence to prospect for coal  .*tnd petroleum on the following described lands situate in Nelson District.  Commencing at a post plained at the  South boundary of Lol 2 A Nelson District Forty [41] chains more or less South  of the Soulh Wcs< corner, of Section two  corner of Section two Nelson District  thence East eighty (80; chains to the sea  shore, thence following the sea shore in  a South Easterly direction to the South  East comer of Lot 2 A Nelson District  ihence following the South boundary of  said Lot 2'A West about one bundled  (100) chains to the point of commencement and containing 400 acres more or  less.  Located 301H September. 1907.  H. Mdurice Mills,  Joseph Hunter,  Agent.  From   France, . Holland and  Japan.  seeds Trees  , Plaints  For Fall Planting  Reliable varieties at reasonable  Prices.  g5������fl'lease note that niy fruit trees are  ���������iot grown   trom   imported   piece   root  grafts, but are budded on own growth of  eHhng, Irom bearing trees.  Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,Spray  Pumps, Spraying Material,  Out  Flowers, etc.  M.J.HENRY  \ Greenliouaeti and P. O. Ad  drexs - 3010 WentuiinRter Knad.  tlXm-mXl^mUawmm  '-���������mmm������  ^a**-mmmmmiA^,&kA.' M^^iiiLft^i  "'" J  .W**\e *\   ' ��������� .    7SvW^  "'���������''''''''������';*���������';���������';;. *lyj#^fi;  r-A \ :$Uf  -���������*r*^^ihiui,,namiam<*  :!.r:,*':��������� V'''.' '���������^.^l'<\ttrtA  '''^i^i^flit*^'^'  %*-bP^~'UK'\.',m-,i  Kimg of icoteb Whiskies  The HUDS0N8 BAY OO  Sole A sent* for B C THE   NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ooaseaeeeeoaaaa  Partners  ��������� ������������������By������������������ ���������  b  JOSEPH C.  LINCOLN,  'JUtW ������f "OV* Eri-  ��������� a  CcpyrUht.   1908,  by  A.  5. Barnes   te Co.  the Tide  r  (Continued.)  *\    ��������� "She's a goou girl." said the boy  stoutly. "She cnme in and took my  part when sbe didn't bave to. and I  like her. And I won't promise uot to  speak to her, neither."  The captain looked down at the lad's  6quare jaw and whistled.  "Well." he said, "I don't b'lieve you  need to promise, but don't whoop too  loud about It. Run as close to tbe wind  as. you can. and don't carry all sailin  a two reef breeze jest to show you  ain't ufraid to.   Catch my drift?"  Yes, sir," answered Bradley, rather  doubtfully. "You mean be chums with  the girl, but don't tell Miss Prissy and  Miss Tempy about it."  "No-o." Captain Ezra looked somewhat put out by the literal interpretation. "That ain't jest it. Be���������well, be  easy, and��������� Oh, thunder! Let if go at.  Xhixx. I guess you know what I mean.  How dp you think you're goin' to like  your school?"  Bradley answered, "Pretty well, 1  guess, when I get more used to it;"  but, although he did not say so, he waa  .certain that it would take some time to  'get.used to it As a niatteif of fact,  however, that very lively first day was  the only serious trouble for him during  .the entire term. He was quick to learn  and so found little difficulty with his  '.studies and advanced as rapidly as  'other boys of hjs age. As for his behavior, it was no worse than that of  any other healthv youngster. At the  *n5 of the year he was "promoted"���������  --thatJsi-hfe^was-noJonger3_membet_of_  the fourth class, but instead proudly  'left his seat when the third was called.  Gus was-''promoted" also, much to  the surprise of the "old maids," who  could not believe there was any good  lb the "dog girl." They gradually ceased to urge the boy not to have anything  to do with her, for the very good reason that in this matter their urging was  of no avail. They grew to understand  their colt better as the months passed,  and they learned just how tight ft rein  It was advisable to draw.  Bradley also grew to understand the  BlBters. He discovered that Miss Prissy  was the business woman and that she  paid all the bills, bought all the household supplies and did it without consulting Miss Tempy, whom she treated  as a sort of doll with a mechanism that  must not be jarred.  Bradley made friends among the vl.l-l  ���������lage boys and did not make any viru-j  lent enemies. He had his interrupted!  fight "out" with Sara Hammond and'  emerged a conqueror with a black eya,  and a swollen nose, which were the  cause of his being In disgrace at home  for a week. Also he joined the "Jolly;  club," a secret society that met on Sat--  jOrdny afternoons lu "Snuppy" Black's  warn.  i During the long summer vacation  thero were chores to do, but there w .i������  also nil sorts of fun along shore, digging clams on the flats, speai'lug flatfish nlong the edge of tho channels or  rare and mucb prized trips to tbo flsh  weirs where the nets were hauled.  Captain Titcomb came home In August  for an Intended stay of two weeks,  and ho made the boy happy by taking  bim for an all day sail and bluo flsblagj  excursion off Setucklt Point.  That fishing trip hod nnoxpcctedi  and fateful results, Tho captain had)  called on Miss Prissy and hor sinter*  tho morning of bis arrival in Orhnnv  and, as was bis custom, had brought';  each of thom a present-exactly alike,'  of course. Uo had promised to dine at1  the Allen bouse tbe following Sunday.  But tt happened that Peleg Myrlok  (wanted to make ono of his Infrequent  TtsHs to' the mainland thnt week, and  ho seised the opportunity to bail tbe  ciitbont containing Bradley and Captain Esra as It passed bis quohnug  dory aud beg for a passage up.  Mr, Peleg Myrlck waa i* hmui'il, IX������  Jivod alone lu a little tno room shanty  on tbe beach about half a milo from  Sotucklt Point, He owned a ooncer.  tlna tbat squeaked and walled and a  Mexican dog-gift Of a wrecked skip,  per-tbnt shivered aU tho. time aud  howled when the concertina was play,  ed. Peleg was certain tbat tho howl-  tog waa an attempt at singing and  boasted tbat Skeetlcks-tbat was tbe  dog's name-bad an "ear for music  jest like a buman.M  Among his otber accomplishments  Mr. Myrlck numbered tlmt ot weather  prophet He boasted tbat be could  "smell a storm further 'n a cat csn  smell fish." It was odd. but be really  did seem able to foretell or guess what  tbe weather weald he along the Or-  ham coast ������m* *** longshoremen  a wore bf bis prtrpbedes.  Re wat a great talker whon he had  ���������WUWt \9 talH.tj and m.9 a cwJd  whose news items Vere usually about  three months old. Captain Ezra ap  predated odd characters, and he welcomed the chance to get a little fun  out of Peleg.  "Well, Peleg," said tbe captain aa  the catboat stood about on the first  leg of the homeward stretch, "what's  the news down the beach? Any of the  sand fleas got married lately?"  "Don't ask me for no news, Cap'n  Ez!" replied Mr. My rick. "You're the  feller to have news. You ain't married yit, be you?"  "No; not yet. I'm waitin* to ^see  which girl you pick out; then I'll see  what's left."  "Well, I ain't fooiin*. I thought you  might be married by now. Last time  I was up to the village���������'long in June,  'twas���������I see M'lissy Busteed, and she  said 'twas common talk that you v?as  courtin' one of the old maids."  Captain Titcomb scowled and looked  uneasily at his passenger. .  "She did, hey?" he grunted.  "Yes. I told her I didn't take no  stock In that. 'Cap'n Ez,' I (says, 'has  been courtin' too many times sence 1  can remember,' I says. 'One time  'twas Mary Emma Cahoon, 'nother  time 'twas Seth Wingate's sister's gal,  then ag'in 'twas'"���������'....  "All right! All right!" broke In the  captain, glancing hurriedly at Bradley.  "Never mind that. How's the qua-  baugin' nowadays? Glttin' a fair  price?"  "Pretty fair," replied Peleg. Tben.  witb the persistency of the born gos-  siprnot-to-be-so-easily-diverted-from-  hls subject, he went on: "I told M'lissy  that, but she said there wan't scarcely  a doubt that you meant bus'ness this  time. Said you fetched presents every  time you come home. Said the only  doubt in folks' minds was whether  Jtwas Prissy or Tempy you was after.  Said she waa sure you was after one  on 'em, 'cause she as much as asked  'em one time when she was at their  house, and they didn't deny it."  Mr. Myrlck. talked steadily- on this  and other subjects all the way to the  wharf, but 'Captain Ezra was silent  and thoughtful. He shook hands with  Bradley at the gate of the Traveler's  Rest and said goodby in an absent-  minded way.  ���������'I s'pose you'll be 'round to dinner  Sunday, Cap'n Ez?" snld the boy.  "Hey? Sunday? Well, I don't know.  It might be that I shall be called back  to the schooner sooner than I expect.  Can't tell."  Sure enough, the next day the sis-  tors received a note from their expected guest snylug that he was obliged  to leave at once for Portland and could  not, therefore, be wltb them on Sunday. The ludles were disappointed,  but thought nothing more of the matter at the time. It was nearly six  months beforo tho captain visited Orham again, and during this visit he  did not come near the big houso. He  waylaid Bradley, however, asked him  all about himself, bow he was getting  on nt school nnd tho like, but when  tho ���������boy asked If ho, the captain,  wasn't "comln' round to seo tbo folks  pretty soon" tho answer wns vague  and unsatisfactory.  "Why, I-I don't know's I'll hnve  time," was tlio reply. "I'm pretty busy,  and��������� Give 'em my regards, will you,  Brad? I've got to bo runnln' on now,  So long."  It was tho samo during tho ooxt  "shore leave," tho following November. Captain Titcomb saw Bradley  several times, gave him a six bladeil  jackknlfo nud took hlra for a drive  over to the big cranberry swamp own-  ed by tho Ostable company, but bo did  not call on the old maids*.  Three moro years of school and vacations,, with "chores" nnd sailing and  cranberry pinking, followed, Bradley  na*- tdxluu, Ilia voice. ha'Mno pru"������<?d  through the squeaky "chnnftlnff" \xe-  rlod, now gave ovldence of becoming  what Miss Tempy callod a "beautiful  louble bass, Jest like father's." He  was Urge for his age, and bis sboul*  dwu u������t'4 square. Ue wa* moro par  ticukir about bis clothes now, and bis  neckties were no longer selected by  Miss Tempy. To be seen wltb girls  was not so "ilsslfled" In bis mind as It  used to be, but be still stuck to Gus,  ind she was bis "flrst oholco" st por*  ties, and he saw ber bome from prayer  meeting ocuusloually.  As for tbe ''dog girl" herself, she, too,  paid more attention to clothes, and ber  pets-tkough still numerous and just as  llsreputable In appearance���������were mode  to behave with more decorum. Ber  balr was carefully braided now, her  dresses came down to her hoot tops,  snd Miss Tempy grudgingly admitted  iUW'it UwkAoybodx tlac I ihonlJ  lay* She \Tas* Tie^ET be~gboa*'IiJo������fo,  when she grows up."  The "last day" came, and Bradley  and Gus were to graduate. In Orham  there is no graduation day. The eventful ending of the winter term is the  "last day," and all the parents and relatives, together with the school committee and tbe clergymen, visit tlie  school to sit stiffly on the sette.es and  witness the ceremonies.  That evening after the "last day" exercises at sehool Bradley sat at home  reading in the dining room. Miss*  Tempy, in the sitting room, was going  over, for the fortieth time siuce it was  written, tbe wonderful argument ia  favor of a "republican form of government," which Bradley had composed and had read at the school that day.  As her sister entered the room she  dropped the roll of paper in her lap  and said solemnly:  "Prissy Allen, It's my belief that  when that boy first came here aud 1  said that I wanted bim to go to college  and be a minister I was inspired. I >,*,  declare I do! I've jest been readin'  that piece of his again, and it beats  any sermon. I ever heard."  Miss Prissy seated herself in a rocker  and looked solemnly at her sister. For  a minute she gazed without speaking.  Then suddenly, as if she had made up  her mind, she rose, gave the dining  room door a swing that would have  shut it completely had not the corner  of a mat interfered, and, coming back  "Tempy, -we've hardly got any money  left!"  to her chair, said slowly, "Tempy, I'm  afraid we'll never be able to send  Bradley to college."  The precious manuscript fell from  Miss Tempy's lap to the floor.  "Why���������why, Prissy'Allen!" she exclaimed.   "What do you mean?"  "I mean we can't do what we've  hoped to do. Oh, dear! I���������I don't  know what we'll do. Tempy, we've  hardly got any money left.!"  (To Be Continued)  Und"ertak5rs for BlrtTs.  A branch of business conducted by  a Philadelphia establishment devoted  to supplying and boarding feathered  pets is that of preparing dead birds  for burial. Children who have lost  their canaries or other songsters  through disease or accident bring the  little cadavers to the store to be laid  out in becoming style. Tiny coffins,  each just large enough for a bird,  are kept in stock, also quantities of  pale pink and blue cotton. The latter is used for filling tho bird coffin,  and on this the bird is laid. The effect when birdie's body is "decently"  composed on the pink and blue cot*  "ion is sufficient to console the'little  mourning master or mistress. The  ohildren then convey their coffin  awav for burial. Funeral expenses  are light,   "You can't get In here on a- half  ticket" exclaimed tho doorkeeper at  ���������be circus.  "I thought I could," apologised tbe  small town citizen. "I have a bad  eyo, and I only expected to seo bait of  tho show."  "Then you'll havo to get two tickets,"  said tbo doorkeeper. "If you only bave  one good eyo It'll tako you twice as  long to see the show."*  NEWEST APRONS.  The 8uprtme Ttst.  "That seemed such a queer marriage  of Robinson's. How did he come to  select bis bride?"  "He found they bad kept the same  cook lh the family tor twelve yean."  They May Be Daintily Trimmed WKh  <������������������   Lace and  Ribbons.  The dainty aprons which appeal so  strongly'to a woman can be made to  be both useful and ornamental. Both,  for fat������cy work and afternoon tea or  tor a chafing dish party a pretty apron  Is a very uecessary as well as an attractive addition to one's dress.  Every one likes a novelty, and even  the work apron can be cut in a new  shape, while those for afternoon tea  or to be used with the chafing dish  can be made as charming as possible.  The������ may be very elaborate with  lace and embroidery and. bright ribbons to add to their beauty or quite  simple of fine sheer material, with a  featherstitched ruffle, edged with Valenciennes lace, as the only decoration.  Some women wear fancy aprons  when they are dressed for an after-  no^fcjia^bome, and a fine white tine can  be-:cj$tgged in appearance by having  sevei^$ shades of delicate ribbons to  use on different occasions.  These aprons are tiny affairs. Just  large enough to serve the purpose and  preserve the name. The more useful  work apron should be of generous proportions, as It is not generally used for  dressy occasions.  Colored embroidery is used frequently upon fancy aprons with dainty effect and is a welcome change from the  all white embroidery.  Attractive little aprons of colored  lawn or dimity are shown to be worn  with light dresses. One of pale blue  lawn, embroidered with white mercerized cotton, will be quite effective. The  ruffle on this is graduated in shape  and lies perfectly smooth along the  sides.  The hem is finished with feather-  stitching, also in white, and edged with  Valenciennes lace. Large polka dots  are embroidered around the edge of  the apron where the ruffle is joined,  and this hem may also be finished with  featherstltchlng.  The band for the top Is of wide cambric beading, through which pale blue  satin ribbon is run for the strings.  __Any_llgfat color, also white, can be  used forlBfiTapro^.        ~ --���������-������������������������������������  Waterloo Jack Recovers.  Waterloo Jack, the famous collecting dog. who has been an in-patient  of the Animals' hospital, Bloomsbury,  for two monthp, left the other day to  resume work. 'His first business was  to take an active part in collecting  at the "Country Fair" in aid of Our  Dumb Friends' League, which opened  recently at the Botanic gardens.  During his stay at the hospital Jack  has been fed on three special diets-  first,* meat extracts, eggs and milk,  and-brandy; next, filleted plaice; and  finally, biscuits, sheep's head, gravy,  liver, vegetables, and fish.  Jack, who has collected nearly ������1,.  000 at Waterloo station, was sent to  the hospital for the removal of a tumor on hia nn\n-x.  A QUEER  ISLAND.  The Perfect 8ervant  The thoroughly trained English serv-  ant In *-n his way the most perfect kind  of servant to be found anywhere, and  In bis station and for bis duties he Is  not to be matched ln the world. Where  will you find any men so competent ln  their work, io completely trained and  apparently emotionless In manner, so  punctual, so clean, so smart as an  English butler, coachman, footman or  valet? Certainly not on tho continent  of Europe, tn the United States, in  Qand,da or in Australia.  No Bottom Found In Any of tho Wells  Bored In Curacoa.  Curacoa is one of the queerest little  islands in the Caribbean sea. It lie*  sixty miles north of Venezuela, is about  sixty miles long and twelve or fourteen miles wide, and it has a popula-  tion of more than 50,000.  There is no means of procuring fresl*  water on the island except by savin*;*  rainwater in reservoirs. A number of"  wells have been bored under the supervision of tfie Dutch government to*  which it belongs, but each ended in a  failure.  A curious statement regarding there  borings is made by the Inhabitants of  the Island. They saw that in each  and every case after a certain depth  was reached tlie tools dropped out of  sight, indicating that there ls no solid'  foundation to the island. The borings-  wore made in low places and through'  hills and in about thirty different  places, each with the same ultimate-  result A few wells have been dug*  to a lesser depth and brackish, unpleasant tasting water is obtained, fit*  only for manufacturing purposes.  The approach of the rainy season Is1  always an Interesting time.   The water In the reservoir is low at this time;.,  and the natives eagerly await the op-.-  portunity  to  gather  a  fresh  supply.;  Clothing  is   never   washed   there   in  fresh water, but at all hours of the  day the beach is alive with women'  beating the clothes with clubs on the  rocks.  INOPPORTUNE DEATHS.  Men  Might  Judge and Doctor Too.  Lord Bramwell, a notable wit of the  English bench, was once sitting in a  case where the prisoner was accused ot  shoplifting.  "My lord, my client Is not a common  thief," urged the barrister for the de*  fense, "He Is suffering from kleptomania."  "That Is exactly tbo disease I am  bere to cure," replied Lord Bramwell  blandly.���������Youth's Companion.  Who,   Had   They   Lived,  Have Changed History.  Julius Caesar was assassinated whena-  he had almost completed the task of  consolidating the, administration  andi; (j  dominion of the Roman empire, and'*  his death opened the way to that despotism and corruption which ultimately undid his work.   Henry of Navarre-  was killed when he had almost healed*'  the differences between Catholic and?  Protestant   which   subsequently   rent  not only France, but Europe, and William the Silent also fell when he was;  on the point of uniting the Netherlands  "provi^W"-intor~"a"i~~compaet���������-barrier���������  against the encroachments of Spain.  In English history Lord CHve died at  the moment when he was the one mat*  who could have saved the American*  colonies and kept the Anglo-Saxon race-  united.   But there is the case of Mlra-  beau.   He was literally the one man In  France who could have averted the**  horrors of the revolution, saved an*  reformed the monarchy and so spared!  Europe the murderous career of Napoleon and all the devastation it brought.  If he had lived ten or even five yearsr  longer, the history not only of France,.  but of Europe and the world, would'--  bave been different   It Is, in fact, sufficient to tny that he would have made-  both Robespierre and Napoleon lmpos-i-  slble  A Broad Hint >  Fred-Last night as you stood In the  moonlight I couldn't bdp bflt think  bow mucb I would like to klsa you.  Freda-Well, tbe poet aaya, "Tbe  thought of yesterday Is the action et  today,"-Plck-Me-Un.  A Dial In Buffaloes,  The Canadian Government Kaa closed a deal for the purchase of a herd  of buifalo (rum M. Pablo, of Flathead  Rea#rve, Montana. This herd is  the largest in Amerioa. This herd Is  BO etrong. Some of them will be ship-  Sd to western Canada in Mat, and  ��������� balance in August. They v IU be lo>  eaied (or the present at Elk Park,  eaat ol Edmonton, but It la the intention at a later date to transfer them  to the New National Park, which is  lo be established st some point is  the Eocky Mounwiae.  A Long Felt Want  "You got right out of herel" mapped  tbo vinegary faced female,   "I don't  need no book!"  "Yes, you do, madam," said tbe book  agent as be went out and closed tbe  gate. "You need two-a grammar and  a book on etiquette. Good day." And  be got out of bearing distance long before she had sold all sbe wanted to*-  Lloplnoott'a. ���������______  A Wonderful Echo.  Two miles from Milan, Italy, ls tbe  mott remarkable echo In tbe world. It  la at tbe castle of Slmonettn and repeats tbe sbot or a pmu>l mUi> Uu*c*.  ���������tsrflsh.  Starfish commit suicide. When one  li caught In a net tt dissolves Ifcelf  Into many pieces, wblcb escape through  tbe mesbes. In time each piece bo-  comes a perfect animal. To preserve ���������  starfish It must be plunged into a  ticket of fresh water before It bat  mmA *M������e ts take the alarm, rc-saii.**  tic ii Imtfaot death tn-tt  _ A Difference.  Ihe promised to love and ohtjr������  But ere a month had flown  Her husband didn't even daee  To cell hii tool hia own.  ���������,  A Great Leveler,  Hnve you ever thought what a great  leveler tbe telephone is?   You would  never think of meeting somo dignitary,  of church or state or some great so-,  ciety lady on the street nnd address'-  either with a familiar "Hello!" It would*'  bo unpardonable rudeness, and yet thut.  ls what you do dally when you uso the*  telephone, and nothing ls thought of It  The judge on the bench, the governor  In bis office, the busy coupon clipper nt  his desk, tho overworked clerk, tho  lady ln bor boudoir, tho artisan ut hl������  lathe, are all slaves to tbat democratic  "Hello!" lt matters not who mny be orb  the other end of the wlre.-Stanberry  Owl.    The Old Commercial Instlnot.  "What do you think of this table.  William?" asked Mrs, Nowlyrlch,.  pointing proudly to the antique pleco  sho had purchased.  "What did you pay for It?" gruntoA  ber Bill of "without any money" days.  "One hundred dollars, dear."  "I think you ought to bave beon able  to buy a new one for that," returned'  her unentlqunrlnn Informed bdouho,  casting a reflective and scrutinlr.tnit  glance ovor tho ancient piece of furniture.  A Wrong Steer.  A mathematlcsj professor bad boot*  Invited by a city frlond to visit hlm at  bis residence ln a certain square and  had promised to do so. Meeting him  avian timo uflciHurd, thc friend Inquired of thc professor why ho did not  como to soo him. '  ������������������I did come." said tbe mathematician, "but there waa some mistake.  You told me that you lived In a square,  aud I fuuud m*-xi: la ft parallelogram,  so I went away again." ,,  A New Complaint.  The following mysterious official doe������  nment bas been received after having  rm������ntl.v passed through the hands of  an officer:  "Regret tn Inform yon that Pta. ������  admitted to hospital tbls morning, le  dangerously ill, suffering from N.  Y. D."  This may Interest "tbe faculty," wbe  are always on tbe lookout for new  complaints. In point of fact; however.  <t teems tbat N. Y. D. stands fer "Nol  vet diagnosed."���������Loudon Troth. /*/  THE   NEW*  ECZEMA IS  BABY'S ENEM  Causing Keen Distress From the Dreadful Itchinj  Sometimes Lasts for Years���������Cure Effected By  Dr. Chase's Ointment  The first indication of eczema is a  red pimple, or blister-like eruption.  The points run together, making a  moistened patch, which "weeps" ac  first, and then dries into a crust.  The intense itching of eczema of  the face and scalp is very hard for  the little one to bear, and the result  Is scratching until free bleeding takes  place, and recovery is further retarded. Besides the suffering from  the distressing itching, the chilt^ is  restless and sleepless.  When left to itself, eczema runs  on indefinitely, covering the body  with sores, but fortunately there is  ���������positive cure in the use of Dr. Chase's  Ointment, a preparation' which, by  its marvelous soothing and healing  powers, brings quick relief from itching and heals up the sores.  Mr. Wm. Craft, jr., Burk's Falls,  ���������Ont., writes: "Our little boy, aged  three years, broke out with eczema  tell over his face, hands and bacu  and we had a terrible time trying  to relieve his suffering. It was so  ���������bad that when he scratched it would  almost make the blood flow,  use of Dr. Chase's Ointment quic\  brought relief and made a thoroi  cure, as there has never been i  return of this disagreeable ailmel  i We always keep Dr. Chase's me|  cines in the house and find th{  very useful."  Mrs. M. McCann,   4  Short stre  St.  John,  N.B.,  writes:    "My  lit  girl; three years old, had her ti  covered with eczema,   and   it   vl  spreading over her   body.    I   trij  many different   ointments, and  doctpr   could   do   her   no   good,  friend of mine advised me to try  Chase's Ointment, and she was c<  pletely cured by one box.   I canil  praise Dr. Chase's Ointment enouj  for the good it has done her."  I   Dr. Chase's Ointment has   pnn  ��������� especially successful in the ...cureJ  baby eczema, as well as ip, the pi  vention    of    this    torturing disea|  when used for chafing and skin ii  tation, in which eczema finds its  ginnings; 6(T cents    a   box,  at  dealers, or Edmanson, Bates &  Toronto.    .  A Scotch Excuse   *  * A canny Scot was brought before a  magistrate on the charge of being  ���������drunk and disorderly. "What have  you to say for yourself, sir?" demanded the magistrate. "You look  like a respectable man, and ought \p  be ashamed to stand there."  "I am verra sorry, sir, but I cam'  up in bad company frae Glasgie,"  humbly replied the prisoner.  "What sort of company?"  "A lot of teetotalers!" was the  startling response."  "Do you mean ��������� to say teetotalers  are bad company?" thundered the  magistrate. "I think they are ihe  test of company tor such as you."  "Beggin' yer pat don, sir," answered  the prisoner; "yer wrong, for I had  a  bottle  of   whusky,   an'  I  had   to  -���������drink���������it���������all���������myself-!"*���������Reynolds4  "Newspaper.  Slightly Otherwise,  "I'd like, to see the cashier,"������������������ st]  the bank depositor.  "So would I," replied the pre!  dent of the bank, "but he's out |  town."  "Ah! Gone for a rest, I presume  said the bank depositor.  "No," answered the bank preside!  "He went to avoid arrest"���������Chicif  News.  HOWS THIS?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for nmr  erne ot Catarrh that cannot be cored by Hall'i Catarrh Owe.   *. J. CHENEY * CO.. Toledo, 0.  We, the undersigned, hare known *'. J. Ohener  for the laat 1* yean, and believe hlm perfectly hon  ������rable in all business transactions and Onanolalty  able to carry out any obligation* made by his firm.  w*u>nro, Kimux * Mabyin.  Wholesale OrnggtiU,.Toledo, 0  Ball's Catarrh Cnre is taken Internally, noting  directly npon the blood and maoons surface* ot the  system. Testimonials sent free. Prtoo lio, mat  bottle.  Sold by all Drnmrlsts.  'lake Hall's iauwly Fills for ooosticat.oa.  A Horso With an Annuity.  A horse with mi Income is King, formerly owned by tho Into George C.  Watts. Ilo Ih now passing his old ago  on a fnrm on a monthly allowance of  $1150 left him. hy his former owner,  Under the will of Mr. Watts, King was  to linvo nn allowance of $200 a year  during tho '-period of his usefulness  nnd m'tor'thirt nn Income of $150 a  month until his death. Billy, a pot  tiog, also received an allowance, but ho  died Inst February. Mr. Watts left an  estate of $100,000, of which a part will  go to churl ty, but tho division of the  estate has been delayed pending the  death of tho horso. King ls twenty-  one years old.-Ohloago Tribune..  Th������ Btraseens.  Tbe Etruscans were a civilized people ages before tbe foundation of  Rome. Herodotus states that Etrurht,  the modern Tuscany, was founded by  a colony of Lydlans. Tbe Etruscan  vusos and tombs show a blgb statp of  civilisation nnd refinement, and tt Is  bolleved tbat tbe Romans borrowod  many of tbelr Institutions and lows  from Etrurla.  919  **m  A .Hair  Dressing  If you wish a hlgh-cliii hair  dressing, ve are sure Ayer's  Hair Vigor, new Improved formula, wiil grcttly please you.  it keeps the hair soft and  smooth, makea It look rich and  luxuriant, prevents splitting at  the ends. And It Keeps the  scalp free Jrom dandruff,  ZWwefeJbwiidUesfera/fJW hetr.  z  ������mMU������wJ������l*������fc|r-irj4U  j   ahtw li m mm  iters  AmXbbiatAxwm.1*,  tban ������������*������%***y*  At the ssme time the new Ayer's Hsir  Vigor Is s strong hsir tonic, promedol  the growth of tbe hsir, keeping all the  tissues of tbe hair and seats in a healthy  condition. The hair stops filling, dandruff dlitppetrs.  A splendid dressing,  .,     *.*.*-*.* m   tr-������-   TT-ffl.Ml-l  - Suffer No More���������There   are   thi  sands who live miserable   lives  cause dyspepsia dulls   the   facult  and   shadows    existence   with  cloud of depression.   One way to d  pel the vapors that beset the victi|  of this disorder is to order ther  co*urst~5f~Pafmelee's��������� Vept"aBle"Pi|  which are among the best vegeta|  pills known, being easy to take  are most efficacious in their acti|  A trial of them will prove this.  "Ever been in Siberia?" asked  reporter.  "Er���������yes," answered the disl|  guished Russian refugee; "I tool  knouting there one summer."  Miss Blue���������Father, did you gl  that young man any encourageml  when he called to ask for my half  Colonel    Blue ��������� Encourageme|  Well, I should say so    I helped  to whisky three times.���������Pick-Me-  ENOLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT remcL  ill hard, soft or calloused lumps nnd bll  i slies. from horses, blood spavin, ouf  splints, ringbone, sweeney, stifles, sprains, 1  md swollen throat, coughs, etc. Save 9501  use et one bottle, Warranted the most  aerfal Blemish Oure ever known,  "And you snw MurielP"  "1 did."  ' Tell mo, is sho married P"  "Yes."  "One question more: Again or yei  -Washington Herald.  We understand that Sir ThoiJ  Fraser, whom tlie London Gaze  dosoribed as "deceased" the otl  day, has become a member of  Anti-Premature Burial Sociotj  Punoh,  Hollowny's Corn Cure is tho mu  cine to remove nil kinds   of col  and warts, and only oosts the sr  sum of twonty-flvo cents.  HIT1 Cslnt't ATJt&Qrsph.  Ball Cuino bns a groat horror  tbe autograph huntor, but during  visit to Amorlca ho was trapped bj  wily collector In a very curloug wi  Ono dny ������ portor nt the hotol brourf  him n roglstorod lottor.  Ho signed  receipt nml wns thon asked to slgii  second pupor, which ho was told lmd|  bo returned to tbo sondor of tho Is  New to American ways, bo did eo,  whon ho opened tlio Idler he foul  It to lw n notp of thank* for his nul  graph, which ho had, of courtio,  petided to tho piiper.-T.oudon Tit-Bit  Tht Jest Puppy.  A lumu well *twi Ut duw lore Cf\V���������?.  intending purchaser** of n puppy to|  the mothor of tbe puppy choowo  thom.  Ia carrying tbem back to  bod the flrst the mother picks np  tlways lie the best  He Was Satisfied.  A Greenwich mnn tells of a Connt  cot farmer wbo, after having drl\.  8 lot of hogs to Greenwich, sold i\.\  tor proclsely what bad been offeJ  him beforo ho loft homo.  "Vou didn't s������om to have made mt.  hy hHnsrlng yonr hogs tdown hcrl  remarked tho man wbo tells Uie sto  "Well, no," replied the agrlcaltml  dojeetodly, Ml nln't msde no mon)  but thon, you know," he added,  face brightening, "I bad tbe compj  of thn hog* on tho veny down.* ���������['^m.^^M-M Mk!-kd.A. ��������� ,1'-1- 'kki-  ���������*m  TT  CO:  31 A.  yggj^^^Bfy  *"       Draft control���������perfect"  draft control, that's one?  t thing you'll like about  this range.   Specially big fire door |  k ��������� has an extra draft j  slide at top.   In-'  side that slide  there's a shield  that carries the  draft DOWN  'under the fire  ���������and up again.  ixford;  The. RighC  gStee] Plate  . Burns  either wo-Hd or coal with  real economy, because the  I draft system is always  I under your control���������easy to  handle as to set a clock  ahead or back. Big copper-  lined   reservoir,   utilizing  heat other  ranges  waste,  gives an always ample supp!  of hot-water, ��������� more economy  and more convenience. You really  ought to see this range, ���������it's  so handy in every detail.  a?*"  There's no  range that gives \  you so much kitchen'  comfort for the money���������  so much certainty that it  WILL cook right and  j can't   help  but BAKE'  Srigh t.   Won ' t   y ouii  call   and    see   it ?  THE GURNEY FOUNDRY CO.,  Limited���������Toronto Montreal  Hamilton        Winnipeg  Calgary     Vancouver  For Sale by.��������� Magnet Cash Store, SMe Retail Agents.    _        * j# i .��������� ���������       ���������' ���������   Z  *>  .e>  t  ��������� ti'.ius  IU ROYAL-BANK OF CANADA.  Caihtal. $3,9( 0,000  Huskkvk, $4,390,000  Assets,   $15,400,000  Dbf.-bits, $32,400,000  4>  The Manager of tho ftoyal Bunk Of Canada  will bo pleased to serve those  who   believe   in  Saving     Money  and placing it whoro it will earn-Interest.  Interest Added Four Times a Yea>- in Savings Bank.  iMiwrnn-HMumn���������r *em^mw*mitvc**af.'*.*mitm^ ���������UKArar-Mns  4>  ���������  t  K.AIDA  Merc hant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTlf iU'LS A ...Sl^Ui A i/i'Y  SUITS* CH AGE TO ORDER AND  IH  ANV STYLE YOU UUSH.  PERFECT FIT GITASASTEEI).  $������mm Fxwsxu $20 to $*0.   ���������'  nnwm������m������������wfc'-u^-j.TMBTig ���������wwtTmwaarw ,**u, * jawww.-i csur"^:iESTS^Tr *za^x^'au'^^^saa^sgas==.? wsivtsv ^'srexss-sjrvjavagi  CUM 13 ERL AN I), - H.. C���������  (5)       Whv? buv,a watch that is uicant to soil.  When all Waltham Watches are time-keepers.  No matter what the price  Waltham Watches ns low as $6,00.  P. $. TJdrMett 17 jewel Nickel $10.00.  Vanguard Model $20,00  ST0DDART, tlie Jeweler.  9)  Li)  ���������jfl������������������������������������^^  ,'W>"i  StyHQjJ  lift  Thnmlay is Onnncln'u Thanks-  Living Dny ft������d Canada as n nat.  |i*M) han much to   ho   <*vat<������fnl   for  luring tlio past year, aud tlio oit.i-  Lnsof Cumberland and Oomox  Lili give thanks for tho pa������t year's  [tiany blosflings  IleV. J. A, Olelaml lato of Roan  ind and formerly of Cumberland  las falcon charge of tho Anglican  linrch at Penticion. and expresses  iuisoU im well pleased with thu  fiunge.  Thursday ovoning 5s Hallowe'en  id it will bo up to Con Wilson to  |rotoct tho citir/.cBt������ against an in-  iion of WiobgobliuB."  Tlm H|ili'ii(.li(l Porchoron stallion  "JUST   41734"  (Color, liny. WelRht,.1878.)  Recently purchased by the Comox Horne Hreeders' Association  from McLaughlin Bros., Columbus, 0., will stand for service at  the stable of  H. Crawford, Courtenay.  Terms,   $:2������ In������iut*nnce  Mhh-h hciiI from 11 i1inlniieo will bo fed  mul (inroil for at iviwoiMlilo rutoB till safe  CmmiLi. i  *  f tubnovers, tarts,  <*>        nrtwriv t'AKiss,  t                   FRUIT SQUARES.,  2Bel*  ...per tloz,  ^ CREAM PUFFS 80c. dos,  I  *\9t  MEAT PIE8  <.;     Every Saturday  ? 3 for 25c  <**>  ������ ������  &  BAKERY [L>  (  THE CUMBERLAND NKWS,,CUMBERLAND, B. C.   OCTOBER, 29,1907,  Land   Aot.  Victoria Land District.  District of Rupert  .Take notice lis' Horace Bunnell, of  Vancouver, B.C. occupation Timber  Cruiser, intends to apply for ;i special  timber licence over the following describ  eii lands situated 'in \he vicinity of Salmon River ami in Rupert District, Vancouver Island.  Co-nmencing at a post planted about  80 ch.iinseasi ol the south eust comer id  surveyed lot 232 thence west 8o chains  thenre nor'h 80 chains thenre east ������5������  chains thrnce south 80 chains to ihe  point of commencement. '        ' >  :���������'..'ommericing at a post p'amed a-  bout 80 chains east of the south east corner of surveyed lot 222 thence north 80  cluins thence eait 80 chains thence south  '8^ch^n~th"eTCe^esH8o~chTiin3���������lo-the-  i������.)int of commencement.  3���������Commencing at a post planted a-  bout 80 chains east of the south-east corner of surveyed lot 222 thence east 80  chains thence south 80 chains thence  west 80 chains thence north 80 chains to  the point of commencement.  4���������Commencing a* a post planted a-  bout 80 chnins east of the south east corner of surveyed lot 222 thence sou'h 80  chains thence west 80 chains thence  north 80 chains th'ei c. ��������� east 80 chains 10  tue point of commencement.  5���������-Commencing at a post planted at  the south east corner ot surveyed Ioi  2J3 thence south lo chains thence weft  lo chains thence north 80 chains thence  east 80 chains to the point of commencement.  6���������Commencing at a post planted si-  bout 80 chains south r.f the south  eatt corner of surveyed lot number  223 thence south 80 chains thence west  80 chhins theffce north 80 chains thence  east 80 chains to the point ol commencement.  7- Commencing at a post planted a  bout 80 chains south of tho south etst  coiner of surve\e<l lot number 222 thence  east 160 chains thence south 40 ch/ms  thence west 16 > chin in thence north 40  chains to the point of commencement.  Dated September 23rd, 1917.  8���������Commencing at a post planted a-  bout 80 chains north of Ihe south east  corner of surveyed lot nu-nber 233 ihence  east 160 chuns ihence north 4 ������ chaius  thence west 160 ch tins theuce sou'h 40  chains to the point nf commencement,  q���������Conimencinu st a post plnn ted 120  chains norih of the south eart comer of  f f surveyed lot number 332 thence noith  t6������ chains thence eait 4-������ ch.vns thence  south 160 chains ihence west 40 chains  to the point of commencement  jo���������Commencing at a po-u planted 120  chains north and thence 40 ch.mis east  of the south east corner of .-surveyed lot  number 333 thence north 161 chains  thence east 40 chnins thence south 160  a tit)!������.(,   i.Cii   m-.l    HI.I t<>    <U    i.iC      j/x/in.     i.J  t^OOUilC.UXIIlflU.  Dated September 25.li, 1907.  11 ���������Commencing .ic a p.ist planted -t-  bout 130 chains nortu anil thence 80  kilitlll' Ci ���������-      ���������    -  -���������������������������'.  surveyed lot number 333 thencr north 160  chains thenre ea-t 40 chains thence Miuih  Land Act.  Victoria Land   District  District of  Rupert  Take notice that Alva Maloney, of  Ceutralia, Washington, U. S. A., ocoupatiou Timber 1 ruiBer, intend* to apply  furasp cial timber licence over the foi-  lowintc deaeribed lands nit anted in tlw  v'okitty of halmon Hiver and in liuptirt.  District, Vanouvfr [slniul.  ��������� 1 -CotuniMiciiiti* at a po*t planted 11-  l>out 80 chain*, west, of th������  south e.ist  Dated    tliis 28th   day of    August,  190T.  VANCOUVER     COAL    PROSPECT-  IXC. COMPANY. LIMITED.  E.'HodRson,   Ag������nt.  j NOTICE Is  hereby  Riven  that.   IW  days' after date we Intend to npply to  tbe'   Honourable    the  Chief ��������� Commissioner of .Lands and Worka for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum      under     the     foreshore      aud  pnder     the      water     and     on     tho,  lands     in     Coniox     Harbour,     des- j  cribetl as follows:     CominoncinK at a j  post planted at the south-wast   cor-!  net* of  Claim No. Al, on (loose   Spit:  t!������!ice soutli  HO chains;   thence weal:  65  chairs to  tlve^ shore  line:    thence  about 25 chains north-westerly,   following the sinuosities of the    shore  p ������rnei of snrva.Mil lot number 222 Hup-, line;   thenee mirth  65  chains;  thenco  jert District   iheuee   B-<uth  10������ chains  jilieuee went4'JeliHi'i.4 Itieuce uorth   16O  ohadis thenee east iUeha.urto the point  na follows : Commencing ut a  j:ost planted at the south-west corner of Claim No. 8; the.ico north  about 10 chains; thenco west about  25 chains to the shore; thence southerly, following the'sinuosities of tin*  shoro line to the place of commencement, containing about '.������() acres,  known as Claim No. 8.  Dated   this  28th   day  of    August,  1907.  VANCOUVER     COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED.  E.  Hodgson,  Agent.  ���������sn. eotumoiiueriierif.  : 2 Conimeneicg at a' post plnn ted n-  ; out 120 otmiiiB west of the south east  corner of 'stitveyed lot number 2221 hence  'south 1(50 chains tlience west i> chains  theno*.i ui-rih 16-.I chains thei.ee east 40  ohaius to poiut of com.neucement.  y���������CoiDuuVh ing Mt up st plauted 1&)  chain's went of?the south east corn-r of  duryeyeii'lpt'222 tbenee soW,li 16D chains  e;ist SO chains to place of commencement, containing about (',80 acros,  known as Claim No. 8.  Dated    this 28th   day  of    August,  19'"  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPECT  ING COMPANY. LIMITED.  E.  Hodgson.   Agent.  NOTICE is hereby xiven '"thM.* 80  days after date wo intend t*j apply u>  the   Honr  r ��������� .-'���������'���������, ������������������.���������:  l'onira:s-  sioner of Lands und VV<r'-*i for a licence to prospc, t for coal and petroleum  under  the  foreshore.-'and ..under  cd ns lollows : Commencim/ nl K  post planted at" tlie south-west . cor-  rer of Claim No. 1: tlience east 80  chains ; thence soutli 80 chains ;  thence west 80 chains: thonce north  80 chains to p'ace of commencement-  coil ta.in ing 640 acrea, known ns  ClHimNo. 4.  'Dated   this  28th   cloy of   August,  1007.   ��������� *   '  VAMCOUVER'   COAL    PROSPECT-  ino co.wp^ "'  ''Hrrn-'n...  E.  Hodgson,  Agent.  the    'water     and     upon    .the     lands i  theuce weBt *ti> cLiaiiiB thence north 1G0  in .Comox, Harbour,;" ���������and.   describ-;  ohainir t!i ri-JiPeHsir' Wchain* to the  poiut ofoiiunxeiiceihOiit.  " *i- Ctimine.-ioiug iit; a post p'anted n-  b ut 200 0'.au'uB west of the a-mtu ea><t  corner of surveyed lit 222 tbenoe sontb  80 chaius theuoe west 8 > chains thence  u rth <S6 cliaiua theuoe ens: 81) chains l >  t ue p nit: of coaiuienCeinout  Dared -jSi'iitiiiMbor 23rd. 19)7.  fl-Coiuineuiuug at. a p ut planted n-  boiu 1^0 ohaius south if the Booth eust  corner of s\wvu\ eii |.<t 222 thence cant 180  Kihiiin^ thence south 10 oiinins  theuce  .vrai Hid oiiitiiiBtlieijc north id chains lo  tlis point of emmeucement.     "  6   Commenoing nt u p st planted a-  bont 160 chtiiuM south of the south east  ooruer of surveyed lot number 222 thenco  east UIO "oh .'tins thenoe sotttb 40 ohsins  thoiiott went160 chains thence north "40  c)inin-< to thu puint of commencement. ���������  7-Coinmon6iug at n post planted a-  biut 100 chains aouth of the' south oast  corner of surreyod lot number 22J thencu  thenoo'west RO' chnins thenoe south *80  ohains theuco east 80 ohaiof. tho ce north  w0 ohaius to the point nt'oomtueuoeinotit.  8   C mmeuuingnfc n poat p'nntol n-  botil200ohaiuH soutli of iho Boii'h oust  corner of surveyed lot number 222 thenoo  NOTICE is.here'y given tlmt, 80  days after date we intend t > apply to  sioner ol 1. s ���������*. \V rKs for a lithe Honourable the Chief Comm s-  conce to prosiest for coal and petroleum nn. r ,i ri's-nre end under  the waiter nnd on the hinds  in Comox District. described  as follows : Commencing nt ������  post planted at the svuih-xvest corner of Claim No. 0; thence east. *8<>  chains; tl ence south' alout (>"> chains  to shore line in Ne'son District :  thence westerly following the sinuosities of tho shore to plnoe of rom-  mencehair.it;, ccntaining aboi't 200  acres, known as Claim No. i). Comox Harbour.  Dated this 29th dav of August..  1907.  vancouver   .coal.  prospect-  1       ino compwv; i,imiti*:d.  E.  Ilodgs,;n, .Agunt.  "TTOTrCTrTsFht-re: y .giverTl'JunT-8CT"  c'ays after.dnte .'we iiitotid to apply to  the Honourable*..-the.,Ch'ef t'unini s-  sioncr of lAinds and Wi r'.������ for 0 o-  conce to v'rospoit-for conl and petroleum under Ce fon>shore end uiv'er  the water and on t'ie lands  in Comox District. ...described  as follows : Comn,.",,cing nt n  post plnnled nt t|.'e. soiith-weKt cim*-  ner of Claim No. 8, Comox Tl.^r-  :bour, No's.in District* ��������� thence* n.--sl. 8.1  chains; thence .south 80 chains:  1 thence wesl   80 elm ins;  thence nortV  orly following-the sinuosities of thi������  shore lire to iibice of commencement; <v ntiiining about 0OO ecres,  known as ('Mini  No,  10.  n-'tod.   this 28th   day  of    August,  1907.  VANCOUVER     C(**\r.    POOSl'ECr-  INU COM CAN V.  LIMITED.  V..  ITodjiHon,   Auent.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 80  (lays after date we intend to npply to  tie Honourable tho'Chief Comin's-  Bioiier of Linuifi and .Wit!** 'for ������ licence to prospoct for coal and petro-  I0111V1 under tie iiTes'iore and under  tho water and on the land Known as  White lllulY Reserve, Comox District,  doscrlbod ^s follows: Commencing  nt a post planted'at the north-east  corner of Claim No. 1; thonce east j NOTICE Ls hereby given thnt. 80  80 "chains: thonco south t*'0 chains : 'dnys after flute I intend to apply to  thence west 80 chairs; thenco north ti,e Honourable the Chief Coram:������-  80 chains to the plnce nf commence- 8jonor 0f i#���������rK|fi nn,| w������rls for n II-  ment;    containing   tVJO    iici-oh,   and   ,.,������������������.��������� t,��������� pr0s| oct for coal and potr.i-  of   Aiiffus.1.  known as Claim No. ."������.  Dntod   this 28th   day  190.7,  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPl-'.CT-  IXfl COMPANY, [.IMI TED.  Ft. Hodgson,   Agent.  80  .,���������..,      ,. .,    ...   ,   ,,        NOTICK Ih hereby given tlmt,  ..������  east lOlohnina thenoe south 40 ohnlns ,)<a.��������� nflw rll|(c, wr, ,*lltwjr, t��������� n|,,,,y ,,  then-.owest 10') chains tbenoo north 40 tlie   Honourable   tl-e ''her Comm s  olmius t<i tbopoiht of commencement.  Dated Hsptoiubur 24th, 1W7.  Alvrt MMloiifty,  COAI, rUOHPECTINO LICENCES  NOTICK In herol y given that, 80  litt.vm ai'tur dittu \\o intend to apply to  ti������ Honourable tie t h ef ( otnmiH-  sioiier of JytniiH a ml Wi.i'i.h fur a II-  c'ttuco to pr. ������p������ l. for coal mxi pwtro-  h>, 111 umlei' l; n I'uvsiiiti'i) und under  tlm water and upon lie lnnWs known  its White Itluir lif'sene, Comox District, ������ie*.ci*.!;u;| UN ftilloWNi Com-  nienrlng nl a post planted about 20  c.naiiiH SHNt from the xschi and of  Moose Hpit, iu Comox Hnrbour :  thence north 80 chains; thence east.  Rt) chnins; thence houIIi HO chains;  ihence vent tin chaiiix tu plnco n(  e.immonrmiieiit: eontMliilnur ebont  (HO Hivon. known ns Claim No. 1.  Dated   1 uh   ^.-tli uu,v    m   August,  IU07.  VANCOI'VER    COM,    PROBPECT-  I.V������ COMPANY, MMITI-JD.  E. Hodgson,  Agent.  sioner of Lands and.Wcrt������ for n licence to priiHpect for coal and petro-  loum under tbo fen'shore and under  the    water    and      un     the    I*, mis  In      Comox       DlMlricI,       described  Ms     follows *       Coinnteuclntf    nl     ���������'  post iiliuitod at   t''i������ north-nest. v< 1  fini* of Clslm   No. 2; thence H-ot-i '���������  chains: thoiice west 80 dial a <��������������� t!  shori������ line; thence mrih hu   chads  thenre east    ftH   cliad'n I 1 the   ������h r  lino: thonco following the Hlii������ir������:'le  of th<������    shorn to place of coiiuii.' <e  ment. coiitHlnlng   about 000   ������*-.)���������.������  known nn Claim No, tl,  Dated   this 28Ci   day of    AuguM,  1007.  VANCOHVIMI    t*0\\.    PmMPElT  IN<J COMPANY   1 IMITKD.  E.   limb * n,   Agent.  NOTICK Is luHy gKen thst. 80  day* nftor date we intend t.i sppiy to  ... , ,   ,< o   Ilomit.ral.Jo   tho Wef Commn-  160dmms thence west 40 chmns lo the'-doner of Law'* and Wurhn tor a ll-  point of commencement  roneo to | r set for coal and petro-  NOTICK is herel y given thet. IH  dnys after date wo intend 1 1 apply f*  t!*i������ IToiuMirable the Chief Comm"*  sioner of Tjtmt* nml Wt s for ������ licence to prostHM. f' r conl and r*eir <  . 1 ,1        r   ,.     I      ,1    .,,:,*,.,���������  ..'���������I..        Kill    .,.. ������-<.        !...���������������       *���������< ,'.���������.  the     wnt������T      and       nn      iho      Ihii-'*  In      Comox       IMslrlrf,       fle������crlhwl  ss    follows:      Commencing    nt    a  post plsnte.1 noir tbe sniil'i-e im. c- *r  jrer of He    Indbn  Rewrve,   Comox  1 Har' oi.r     thiwico    west    r.8 ���������������'adis ;  thaw* f������*������ri������������ about U������������ cimii.H   iweiii-.'  easterly following Uie sinooslt'eo   01  t'*e shorw Mne ti place 01 ������oiii..ii*nr.i  me*t    co'itiiieing   nbout luO   ������cr.*������  known is Calm No. 7,  TtatPd   thin 28th   day of   August,  Ii-Coromeiicingata pmt planted a-' ,"'!,������> "'���������*' t'ie forc-sS.cire sml uniler  twn7  b,ml no tlMms north and  1*, cImios ^,,7 JiUl,|Ll ��������� % w������ 1^1? iVAN,;,n VKH    (;OAI'   l'H������*>*i������K.CT  . . ��������� .nmw������ iiiiiii iteser 0. com*'* District, |        **tf* noviMNV   LIMITED,  east of the -outh *.-.������! n.rner <*t noivvyed I fifMT| ,*d a*, follows:   Conuncuctn* at ' M^;   |i������������,.l.Tn.  Agx.nl.  lot 333 thenre north 160 *hmm thenre |������ l"d    pl.-uii.-d   at   the sonth-we>it  .t ���������     .   .t     ,     J corner t.t Claim No.   1: fience   went  ������4������t 40 th������n* tience nmxh ifiu ih4tns Hr rtIR;ia   iim,v���������  r ft,      ,   t|    M  NOTICK is 1-^rwly given that   m  loom  under tie foroshore ami  u������:������l������r  the  water and  on  Uo lam's  in  Comox  Harbour,   Comox  District,   describe*! as follows:    Commencing at a  j post   planted  at,   the  north-west cor-  'ner    of  Claim    No.  7;  thence   south  ���������about  00 chains;  C'ence  west  ���������admit  2.1 chains;  thence westerly following  ths sinuosities of t.i>e   didiv  line    tn  the mouth of the Ctj,ui'tenay   Illver ;  thonco easterly  following  the  hIiiiio-  siticN nf the shore  linn  In  place   of  commencement, containing* about 875  arr-������H.  I    Dnted   this    28th    day  of Augusl,  1907,  I E. hoik;BOX.  Land  Aot.  1  Say wa id   District.  T������k������ sot iot thst thirty dsyi from iaia A  r". Ssthtrlsnd uocups ion limbsrntti intsndu  to sppiy to ths Hon. ClUf Cominiuiousi 1 f  Lssdtsnd Works for s ������p������cii! liwbtr liotocs  xv tr tb* followiot dtiuiibtd lssdi|> 8itos-  trd is Rsjrwsid Diitnot, Vsaoeafsr Iiltsd.  No, I���������Cooin.onoiig ul a jartt pUuttd in  ht fiOdt I'artlltl f<������ur rniUi wttt uf wnti������  ittil lint or-M-ft th������ Osmpbell lli������������r, btltf .  ht N. K. corimr thti.et tnoiitSR &��������� VO obsict  VV. 80 ehtiot, N 80 ohsiut, K. 80 ohsiss,  ��������� pltotei comaitii������tinto������.  A   V. 8oibirl������sd,  .l.m ���������t.'f.ii*, A|������st-  Tsks sotiot thst thirty i������*ji from t\n}a A,  Pdsthtrltsd wccspttifu IsmUtunin intends  e sppiy te Uit Hun Chitl Cuanuhitonsr of  Undt sad Harks for a tptotsf timber lie*  ���������nos om ths following d������������-rtl������d leads tit-  sattd io Heymard D *t , Vem-noter 1-Itutl.  Mo, 8���������CoMim������i.ti������-g ai������ post pUstsd on  lbs 60th r-M*������UH. ui M.il������������ VV.������,(whsrsMtil  list erooMs tbeCstuphtll Uivtr, btisg mt  S. W eertm, xhenea tmmnh* N 80������b*if<������  theme ������������st A* chains to   the *rnnt nt'chnlr.n; ttenco cstcrly following the $%* H^.fraM**^  commer������emer.c. isinnoafe* of tb,������ nhcrt* line   to   t������*a .|A���������^ rt# * iwi. .������.,. w,,' *, for * ������!-  liA'.ed .Scinem!)" ifx'h, 19-7.  HOKACR nvtntr.ii*.  ISiniuMitM of the atu.ro Hue   to   ti*a  Mo|W|> ^ w^n net* w.r'i f������������r  J it������Tl h-nrst round* r- nt Vl-xlm No. 1:   rtmeft fn rf^r<*f frr rnol nml t#tr  'iJITT ** ",>   ",l",'t     ft5 r},,,in" lo   IM M^ler the fotvMhorc ovd  "-������������������  ,natm or   eomnt' .-^    tmtor    nnd     en    fS������    ?e������*  '  t il'im No! 3. <im'"'   fi"   ,'n"11   *"   in     VwuiX       Wnirlc*.      Uer-r  pls������t of <  A   f. ftatfctrftorf,  JsntsCrsts, Agra  Takt notiee thst thirty dsyt Irom dam A THE CUMBERLAND N^S, CUMBERLAND,. B. G. OC LV 29, 1907.  V Suiherlji.d oooup-vioti lumberman ia'cudc  to apply to ihe Una. Chie! O.mimiK.-i.ner i f  Ltude and Works for a i-peeial   timber, lie  tkibo uvir ibe. tulh.'.viuj. described li.n 's; nt  uaied in Say nurd Ui^t, Vani-uuvir L->latni.  Ni*  3 ���������Commencing at a p.mt planted o  theSOsli I'uruiJtl fuur mi cs   \V     of   wlur  taid iiiie oroasts inc Caiii^hill R'Vtr, heiiif  tht S. E. coruer iht noe i unuinu N 80 th lii.t  VV, 80 chains, S, 80 chai ������, h'..   Si)   tba m,  to pLuti of commence iicuc,  A. F. Sutherland,  James Cross-, Ag n'  Take not. ce that tlurlv days from'dm? A'  F. Sutheilenrf ccupittioii lumbeiituu in  teu:U to apply lo tlm .Hon, Chief Coinmiss-  i-uet of Lauda aud Works tor a speci il u-n-  ber lictuott ovtr the to.ljuii.t* tlcsciibeu  lautlh;- suuaied iu Sayward Duu ict. Van-  'ui-uvbr island.      ���������.���������������������������.--  No. 4-Coiiiuieuci&g at a post planted  five miles VV. i.ud ono mils {j. from apom  where UieoO-h parallel crosses'the Campbeii  River, being the N. E c mei-theuoe lu'u-  m.ig S. 80 ch'- ns, W. SO c'-iuiiis, N.SO  E. 80 chaina, to pi ce of oommiuc uitut.  A. P,'Su:hcilan.d,,  Jame������ Cro   . Ageut.  Take uoti e that thirty d.ijs fibmdate A.  p. Sutl.eiland occupation lumberman iu-  TeiiST'tirKpp'iy-ro-tne���������H-oa-,XhifcfiJJauuiii5_  aiouti* of L md* uud Wurka for a s'l-eeia) tilfP"  bei licence over ihe follow ing detcnbecllauds  situated iu Sayward District Vancouver 1 -  laud.  No. ;5���������Commencing st a poat plauted tive  milea VV. aud oue mile S, from ti poiut  where the 50 h parallel crosses the Camp  bell river, beiug the S.K. coiner, tbeuoeN.  80 ohaioe, VV. 80 chaina, S. 81) chain*, E-80  chaius, to place of ooimneucenieut.  , A. F. Su herlaud,  James Cross, Agent  Take notice that 30 dt-ys after date A. F.  Sutheilaud occupation luuibeimau iuteuds  to upply to tbe Hon, Chief Coniimsaiunei  ef L'inda aud W..rks for u special timber licence over the follnwiug descrihed laud*;-  suualed in Say wai d Dist, Vancouver Islami  No (]---Coin rearing at a pose planted 5  mile* VV. aud I mile S, fiom a point whoie  tho COtli parallel cfosse- iho Campbell K'iv-  er being the N VV corner thenoo running S,  80 chaws, E 80 &iaiua, N, 80 ohaiue, VV 80  cliaiub to place ufcoinmoiioomcut.  A. F. Sutherland,  ���������lames Ciose, Agt,  Take notice that 30 d .>b from dutu A. F,  Sutherland occupation lumbui man intend to  ���������yply'to the Hon. Commissioner ef Lmds  ami Walks far a ip.oisl limber liooueo ovoi  tie following dei-cribed land. ;��������� Hituated m  Saywurrt Distriot, Vaucouver Islaud.  No 7���������Commencing at it pout planted 7  miles VV. und one mile S. of a point where  tho 50th parallel ureses thu Caiiiphiil Uiv-  huitig the 8.E. oorner iheucu N. 80 chaius,  VV. 80 uhaioH, 8. W chain*, K. 80 clnim-,  to plaoo of ooiniuenoement  A. F, Sutherland,   ,  James Cross, A, cut  Tuko notioe that 30 days fiam dato A.K.  Sutherland occupation lumheriuau intuuds  to apply to tho Boo. Ohlif Umninlssionur  of Limls ttud VVork<������ for a speoial uni'ier n*  chunk ovir Um following dOsortbi'd lunb.|-  situated iu Say wai d Uisi. V'unuouvui Maun  N������> 8���������Comme. omg at a post pluiiod 7  mibii VV* and I miltf N. Irom n poiut wher.  tlm ftO.h p*ralhl oro������s������������ tliu Ctinphe 1 rtv������<  Iwing t e N. U oornor, tlionooniniitngS.811  chaitiK, VV.80oliaii������H, N. 80 elisiua, K.bd  ulialn������, to plana of co < tii-'tiwiii-'iit..  A. F.SiUlierlanil,  Jd'IU* t i������.������,  A.i.  Take n -fee thnt 30 tltyn irom ilttu A. t  Satwlaud nooup.tion Imub-rniau int������i,ii  to apply to tha Hon. Chief UiiinuiiH-uo- er <<i  (. nds and Worka t.>r a >.pec* al timber lie  ���������uce over the following tununtci Uu .., ...  Uated in Siyward D.st. V.uo-u^ei LL d,  No, 0���������Commeiicing at a post plan *>i 7  milsi VV. sad I milu .s, fr������m a u ma wn������r<*  &U.h i*. 1 all* I uroutts ib������> Caiopbeii Uiv.r.be  iu^ tha A. W. enrn r theuoe ruuuinj N. &������������������  on*i.n| K. Si) ohsins, H. bd ohaiui, \\, Mu .  cnauis, ������������������\\**ti ot cjiuiii' ���������uwwi'. I  A. fc' So bsrUud,   J  J*i,.������*������ Cr i.s.Ague  Xml*   noun**   tbat   ti.irty   day*    *.tt<t\  d.t* A.  **��������� Satuwi 1 ���������. d ��������� t-cm.������Uiiu  iuiitUi-  U..u .ti.M. >* >��������������� *,'i ly *" t������������������ Ua ��������� ������������������ !*������������! C������������ui J  mi-������i. ner������f L������iuL a> d Worki for ������ fpccial  ti>i.b;ir licence ,ver llm foll������ wiiig deaorihed  landi;- ski'a'uil in Sayward DL.<* V-'aacou-  ver I land.  N . 10 Coiiiuieooing' at a poat planted  7 iiiik-d VV. and one mile =S. from a poiut  wheio the 5U>h paralbl <russes the Calnu-  '���������itsli Ltivei. bciui! the N.W. coruer theuoe S.  ���������SO Ciuins, E. 80 chui s, N. SU chains, VV ".0  ohaiue to place ot commencement.  A. P. Siutierlaid,  Jane a Cront, A)������eni  Tain* notice that 3) ,1^ <i;t,r date A. F.  Sii:hfrlaiifl occupui.ni lu iib.rin.ui intend--  to-apply to tht II n. Chief Commissioner o  Ltid< an-l W������ rk~f������ a*ytoi������l timberbcenct  over tbe iollpwiag de.-cribed lauds, tiiiuat-  ed iu Sayward Dist. 'a couver Island,  No. II���������Coniineuuiug at a pout planfed  aboui 9. miles VV and 1 mile S from a poiul  *liei������ ti e 50th parallel crosses the Camp  beli river being ihe 8.K. eornei, theuce rui -  ..i g N. 80 cli ins, VV. SO'ohaais, S. 80  ciiains. E. 80 ehi.ia?, 10 pi ice of .oomtneno-  inont.  A. P. Sutherland,  * Jimes ( foss, Agt.  Take uctite lhat 30 daya after date A. F.  Su hu'laml ouematiou  lumberman  intends  to apply to the Chief Commi aoner cf Laud  audJ-Vprkb for a *.pecial   iiuher liceuce o/ei  he bdlowing 'd^^crlbed'~Ian^u;. biTuXiea.~i~!  Saynaid D stric!; Vancouver lsl������u'.  No. 12 -Coinii/jucii'g at post pl.inted a-  boik 9 miled weul and I mile S. from a puiu'  where the 50 h parallel crosses the Camp  be 1 River, being the S.W7. coruer. tlience N  80 ehaiii , E. 80 oliaiiis, S. 80 chamf, VV.80  oliai'u������, to place of ouinmeuoemeut.  A. F. Sutherlaad,  Jimes Cross. A^t.  Take uotioo that 30 days after date A* F.  Sutherland occupation  himberinai  iuteuds,  to apply to 'he Hon, Chief Uonuui������siouer ul  Lt'ios aud Works for a speoial timber lio  enoe over tho following described lauds: sit  Uiited in Say waul Dist. Vancouver Island,  No. 13���������Ci'tiiiiieiioiug at a post planted a-  bout 9 miles VV. uud one mile S, from t\ pom  whiio tno 50 .h purail 1 crosses the Campbell  Hiver beiug the N.W . comer theuce running S 80 ohuiiiH, E. 80 chains, N. 80 ohaius  W. 80 ohaius to plaoo of ouinmeuoemeut,  A. F. Sutherlaud,  James Cross, Agt.  Take notioe tint 30 dnys from dato A. P.  Saiht-i*i4iid ocoupatiou lumberman intends  co to upply tu tho Chief Commissioner ol  Lauds ami Works for a special licence oVet  the follow iug denonhed land.) situated iu  Saywurd Distriot, Yauoouver Island.  No. 14���������Coinnmucing ������t a pout planted  about tf milod W, and 1 mile 8. from a point  where tho 80th parallel orosses iho Campbell  KiviT, boiog tlio N. E. con.cr theuco ruining S. 80 o'l'iins, VV. 80 uhaius, N.80oli������iii  E, 80 chums, to plaoo uf coinuioiiDouiniit.  A. F, Sutherlaud,  J antes Cress, Ayt.  Take notio.i that DO days ufur ddo A, F.  Sutlierlitnd ououpatio.i lumhoruiuit intends  to apply tu tho IIim Chief Coiiiinisaionor of  J/iuds and WorkH (or a -.peuinitiiuhcr It*  Uviioo ovir tlio full .wing iUn*0itliuil UmIi ;  hiuiiui'il in Siywiml |)i,t Viiiiuiiuvur l������Uinl.  N ���������. 15���������Coiiiine miii^ ������t a pun, pliiiUiu  ali'iiu lOmiloH -ttri u d I in le north lr������m u  point whoro tno oU.n parillel omsais tlii  Ca:iipli"ll liver I.uiii^ tlm SK 1 in her tin lie  lUiiiuiiK N UO eliai'.f, W Hi) chains. H Ho  cliaiim, E 80 oh Hi.h to pi ce 1 f < ommuuou*  ll.Ullt.  A. If SuiherlauJ'  Jiunas Ujo������, Agi.  IV-,... o���������a*��������� tl,,i flii d.,\, ,1 10 uni, A K.  Si'hi* 11.1 > e.v.p.i.io.i tiiitt'iitriittn intijuils t>  apply in tie II "i. Chi I Ciiiiinis-iimer 01  1, a-u and W������.k* i������r a opeeiai timber bounce over thu full lAiiigdesurihoU land^su-  na'e.l in S.yAunl Uisi, Vancouver Isliml.  Ni, 10���������Cjiiimoiiciiig at a i"������t plsu rd IU  mitat wast next 1 mile N, from a poiotahou  iliu 5 >th pstaliiil crosses die C*npbull rivoi  b*ing the H. w. u> r.or, t ������iu r munn S.bit  ttontnt, E. 80o������������iu , 3, bd elul.is, VV. 8u  olu iti to pi .'in ill cotiiuji'iirHiiien',  A. F Sutht-rUnrt,  J*n>b������ Cios-t, Agt  Take iio*ies tlut 30 dnys ftUt-r ilmi A. V.  Su horiand uc������.ip������ am IiloIomiuu  inu-iiu  t> ������pi>ly t������tits llutt. en*! C.iin.ii.������,ioinr.-  L,������i������i������ a:.������l W*,re* I ��������������� a t*Ms*ul ti.;������ <r lic������-  uce over ���������;��������� e fdlo viug iiisunbel I.imIjC sii  inted i   S.ty.v..*nl Diat Vaoeuiver 1 t**td.  No. 17���������Commeucing at a post planted  10 mil ;s w. i>nd 1 utile k. from a pmui  where the 50ib parallel trusses the Campbell  rivjr lieiuK Uie N.K. corner hence ruiiuiu*^  S.S0 chain*), w. 80 ehaini, N. 8.1 chains; 12.  SO chaius to pla^e of comineueomeur.  A. V. Sutherland,  Junes Cross, Ag'.  Take notice that 30 d iya after di'.e A. F  ���������iuihtrlrnd occupation lumberman intend  i������ apply to the H 11. Chief Commissioner o  Lauds aud-w irks tor a special timber liceuce ovtr the folio .ting describ-d land* si*.-  uaiediu Say ward Dis*. Vancouver Ioiant1.  N������. 18���������Coiiuneuouig at a poat plauted a  i-out 10 miles w. and 1 mile N. from a poiu  A'hero ihe COch parallel crosses  the  C imp-  bell liver.being tha n.'.w. ooruer titmice run  "iu(f s. SO chains, e. 90 cliaius, .s. SOoluiu^  w. 80 ohaius, to p:ace of omiimtiuv^ineiit  A. F. Su hi-rlai;d,  Jalll'.'M CljOiS, Ag*.....,  Take notue that 30 days from d^ve A F-.  Sutherlaud ooeup.tion lumbeimm intend.-.  m. ai>iAy to the lion. Chief Louiinisaiuuei  f Lmds aad VVorks for a s.jeeiA iui'itr lioenoe over the following desoribed lauds;  oiuuted in Sayward Die', Va c '.'uver'I������lauo  No. 19-~Uoinnieuomg ac a post planted a  oouc 4 miles w. and l~mii'e N. fiom a poiu"  '.there the'SOiii parallel crosses ih Camp .eb  river and beiug the s.w. uorirr theuoe n 8l)  chaius, B, 8d. uiiama,."������. 80 chaiu������, w. 8u  oh* as 10 plaoe of couime;iCcmeur.  A. F. Sutherland,  Jauiis Cros*, Agt  Take notice that 30 days after date A.F  SuiherlamJ oueupatiou iuiuboraiau intends  io apply to the Hou. Uhioi Commissioaer of  Laud* aud" VVorks for a speoial t'inber license over the following described lauds; sk-  uated iri Siyward Dist. Vauoouv-r Island.  No, 20���������Commeueiug nt a post plauted  4 miles w. aud 1* mile N, fram a point where  the 50.li parallel crosses tho Campbell river boiug the nS. oornor, thouoe ruiming >'.  SOohitins, w. 80 oiiaiu.-*, a 80 ohains, k. 80  ohaii.s, to yiaoe of uoiuineDoumeiit,  ' /    ���������   . A. F. Sutherland,  James O'Uss, Agt.  Tako notice that 30 days after 1 ate A. F  Slltherlanp ocoupatiou lumhermuii intends  to apply to the Hon, Chief Coininisioner of  Lauda aud Works for a tpacial timber lio-  eiise oyer thu following described lands; situated iti Sayward Dist. Vancouver Island,  No. 21���������Commencing at a post planted 0  miles west ������ud one mite K. from a point  where the 50th parallel orusso the Campbell river, heiug tim x.w,oorner thouooruu  niag b, 80 ohaiitu, k. h0 okiiiu-, N.80 ohaius  w.80ohaius to place of ouuiuiouoeuieut,  A. F. Sutheilaiul,  James Oro^s, Agt.  Take notioe that 30 days after date A. F  Sutherland uccuputtou lumberman intends  tu apply to the H >n. Cltisl Uomiiiii������������ii������..or  of L'wills and VVorks for a .���������peoiil timber li  ooiiou over the following (losoiil)od lumlsi  situated in Saywara Dist. Vaiicuuvuihiuiu  No, 2-'���������Coiiiniouoiiiil nt ft pud planted 0  .���������uie* w. mud I mild N. frma a \on, pliintoii  ���������Mure tho 60 in ptuabel orosus um Otnip-  bull liver, being tlm k.w.oorner, thiiioi-ruii  uiiig N. hii *)uu.t>, v.. bt) cihii.s, it, 80 Atxnia  w, 80 chuius tu.yU^u uf cmiiiiiunuiiioiil.  A, )���������',Sutherland,  Jaiiin������Ci'os , Ant-  Take notme that 30 dajs uf cr date A. V  Miit'ierloid ujoiipati'ii luiuhui'miui ililuniU  m apply to thn Chiet Coiii.iussieuerot Lauds  anil WYr-wforaapeuwl urnlm l������U"m������f over >h������ l.ulO'Mllg Uiierii'wi. lau.i'. m..*u,i*A>  m ft*>waul lli*x. \'mu*,>u**i UU'.d-  N -. st3-co ihiipiioi. g at a post planted 0  niilm w.a.d I milo A. tiom a  poiiK whu  die 60liipariiUj| arosies the Campbel: riv*  wt, '*.'i- 'A    v'!;   >'")���������"������'������������������ ib < niiiiiin^   H  8Uo������iati,ft, w, 8Jcluiiu, x. 80unai..������, K. bO  uliaius, (1 pao-iof oomiiieuo-miein.  A, F. Suthoilanrl,  JeuiesCross, Agt.  Take notice lhat 30 days atier date A. K  Sutherltud oocup* iuu lunibenii n i .tern's  11 .pply tu the Uuu Cnuf Commissioner  ol hind* aud VV������r*#f������r a a\t a*al timler  ,,et)t.oij over the following desoriln.il laud������j  uuatva m Ssywani Ul������t, V.inw������u r* UUuu  No, 21���������C'iniiitnifi' k ������ * Votl vl**)���������-* *���������  u.lfs w. n.id I mi.e A. Worn a pome where  the 50ch pirall:*! oiossts the Ciiinphell  riv-  -r, being the s 1:. oornor thenee .running N.  80 ohaius w.80 chain**,  s, 80 chains k. SO  chains, to place of Ooiiiineuomeiit  A. F Sutherland,  James Cn>s*,Ai?  Tike notice that 3o days after d.te A F  Suthorland oeiupatiou  lumbermau  iu'ends  en apply t > the Hon On ef Commissioner of  L-mhIs and woai-,8 for a special timber  lio-  duse over the followiug desoribed lauds sit-  ��������� ���������latwl in Sayvaid Dist Vane ll ver Island  N'i 2a"-CoQiineneiug at a po t planted 8  nits W uid 1 mile N at a point  wheroy the  5-iih parallel cnxses tin* Cu uphell i->ver, buing the n w  cor'iie'r   therji  runniug   s  81  iliains,   K 8>  o*iiius,   k 8> eh >ius,   w  80  ohaius to t.Uee of sommentemeut  AF Sutherland,  James Cross, A (It  Take notiee tha' 30 d*ya from date A. P  Sutherland oceupat>ou lumbirman inteiiiis  co apply to the Hoi. Chief Cnminisbionei*  ������f Liuds a nl WDr-ta fpr a sp ci 1 timber li-  eence over the (oil i*ing deseribel land**; sit  uate ! in Sayward Di-4. Vano.iuver I.1I1 >d.  No. 26--Coin oenoin^ at a-post plaoiei S  miles W. and 1 inilf N. at a i;niiJt where the  50 h pa -all 1 crosi^a the Canipbe] ri*'i*r,  b ing 'hu S. w.Cor. e theiicerurin*ni> n. SO  chaina, K. 81) einins, s. 80 ohaius,. vr. 80  chains, to placo of comm iicen<eiit.  A.F, Sutherland,  James Ci-sa, Ag1".  ~ TPsFmTf^Wrat'BO^a-rs^a+terTlste-A���������F���������-  Sutherlamloecu,>atioii lu nbermaii int n Is m  ippl, tn 'he Hill CI 1 1 Ooiiiiii;8<i<iiivr of  Lauds and w.>rk's mr a special tiiiiber licen.-e  ��������� ver >he follow iug d scribed lands; situited  i - Say <ar<l Di-'t<iit, Va'ncOuvtr Isbuui.  Nr. 27���������Commi'Ujl'g at. a posi. pl.titod S  mill's w. and 1 mile N. at a point, where thu  50 h pir-l'el cruses tha Campbi-li tiver.bi*-  ingttieN.K. oornor then f 1 uniitng 8. TO  ehaini, w. 80 oh tins; n, SO >haiua, e 80  chains, to plaoe uf oominencement.  A. F. Sutherland,  James Crnsp, Agf.  Tike notice that 30 days after dve A. F  Sutherltud eooupatioo. lumberman intends,  to apply to the Hon Chief OnmiiiisMoiier of  Lands unit Works for a t-pcoial timber lio-  ���������mse ever the following described lamb : sit  utt'wd in Siyward Dist, Va'icouvcr Island.  No. 28r���������1 1'romancing at a post planted 8  miles w. and 1 mile N. from a point where  the 50th paraliol oroses tho Ca npball r vwr  beinst iho a. 1?. corner thenoo running N 80  ohains, w. 80 chuius, a. 80 chains, K, 8 1  ohuius, to place of ooniinimoemuiit,  A'. 'Fi Sutherland,  Junes Ci esc, Agt,  Tako notico that 30 days after date A. F  Sir lm 1 land ouuupation limihi'iinan intends  ti ipply to Hon. Chief Conimii-Bioner of  Lands and Works lor a special timber license ovor the following despnbod lands: ait*  ua'od in Savward Dist, V'inonu*'e'r l laud.  No. SO���������O'uiiinenaitig at a post planted 8  milts w. and 3 miles n. irom a pel t whoro  the 50th parallel rrnssos thu Oampbill river*'  beinu tho n.w. oorarr thouou running A, 80  ohains, K, 8^) ch tins N. SO ohaius, w. 80  olminu, tu place of oommoiiooiiioiit,  A. F. Snthurlaiid,  ���������Tamos Cross, Agt,  Take notioo that 30 dnys aftor dato A. F  Sir heriaud occupation lumberman in ends  10 a^ply ti tho Hon. Chief Commissioner nf  Luids and Works for a sp ci.il timber lio-  uuso ovor the following ib'������b'lbi������l.landnj sit*  uated in Siyward Diet. Vaucouver Island.  No, 30���������Commencing at a pent plauted 8  ni'les w Hurl 3 m:lis tt from a p"iut,whoro  tin* 50 .h panill loi'osaes the Campbell riv*r  hdng t'oH, w. uniniir thunoorunning N. 80  c alns, I'.. 80'ihaiiiH, h. 80 chains,w 80 onains  0 plaoe ot uuiiiuiuiiouintmt  A, F, Suthmlsnil,  .1 anion Cross, Agt  Take nollco thai .'Jo day* ifter ditu A. V  Stitherluni noiitipattim Ui'iiborinin in'������iml������  t������ apply to 'll-* ll 'ii Chiof Cni|iniiinnmi r of  Liudi and W irks fur a spoeial tiinherluii'iiMH  over the followiiu doiorilit'ii lauds nl nal(*il  iu Sftywaid Diiitihit V'auu uvei Island  No. 31��������� (J'Uiiuioiicii H' t hpont phi'iti'd 8.  iiiilei w and 3 iiiIIih n. from a poiut *lii**u  tm it Uf* aUlw ���������-..��������� th (.' ii'.j'b. II rli'nv,  Ini 1^ if e. .r ir������h������'iion inn in������������������< H.SO eliilu*  w 80 0 1 dn*, N. 8) nhaiiM, R, 80 thains, io  pUoe ot uoiiiiiiJiioi'mont  A   F. Siithfirlaiiil,  James Craw, Agt  l'������fc������i uuviw lUl M *:-.������������������������������������' >'>'i!'' " v F  dnthrUmt I'Ounpasio 1 htm miuiaii iiuc es  to *p������)l������ to the tlmi Cni'l C uiimisiioner of  Lauda aid W irks for a spooutl timhe<' |-u>  ense oyer the tollowiug d snribo-l luul ; nt..  ua'od in Sty wart Di ��������� Vaiciiuvar UUml  No. 3U���������Oiunnuinoiug at a pee plrnuil 8  indo' w and A milus ������ Irom a point whetu  BOihparallil crosses the Campbell River,  ini.is a K u'l'U'ii' theuco runii" l n 80 etitins  w. 80 oh������n������N a 80 ohaius, k 80 ouaui% tu  place uf oommsuomout  A F SuthoiUod,  Janiea Crow, Agt  Date! Sept. 30,h, 1007


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