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Array ������r  ��������� ��������������������������� j*1 - . . ..  v/'V-   i    ,  ".���������em.  THE CUMBERLAND  S-\������,n  /  aV  A -Journal Devoted especially, to the Interests of Comox District*  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C���������   TUESDAY, SEPT. 20, r9io  Subscription $1.00 a Ykar  THE BIG STORE  ,  Every Itoeek we offer  yousometfitngNew. ,  :  We realize that Cumberland will be the  leading town of Vancouver Island in a few  years, We want this store to lie the  LEADER. In order to make and keep  it as such we endeavor to keep the RIGHT  GOODS at THE RIGHT PRICE. We  have just unpacked something new in  1 linner and Toilet Sets. We have FOUR  distinctly NEW patterns in Diuner Sets  in our Enamelled Vaucouver, and bave  Exclusive Control of same for this dis  trict. Each set contains 99 pieces, in  dainty floral and edging designs (Vancouver prices) $17.50,  All we ask of you is to CALL  SEE THEM.  AND  5 pci Toilet set, plain white...... $2.25  10 pc, Tpilet set, in moss and   stone  .       gray. S3.25  12 pc. Toilet set, slop basin, floral pat  ���������       tern-���������^-.".^-*-.- ..-.-.-.- i���������.-iT-r-i-rTT-s-s-e6;25J  10 pc. Toilet stt. newest pattern and  very handsome $6.25  1 ope. Toilet set,  plain white,   gold  edging, very dainty. $6.25  ^(Except in the cheaper lines all basins have  heavy rolled edge.)  WE WANT YOUR GROCERY ORDER  *tV������������ M^^KJ^M-^ *������i������i>*^l'.^-^A������i^yW^IS>. > *mf(fm**  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  i  FOR  1  J  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Hrewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Deslers iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  Furniture  Wallpaper  Mixed  Paints  Beds and Bedding,  rtwTeaTwf. *U*fa**i*a**������faaJmm^*,1 *mt *.**.*. -*��������� *-  STOVES  and  RANGES  ,i"i,*i"i?,i>*i*''i'>t"i''r"if,t"t**t*>'i*'i**  TRY THE  The Magnet Cash Store,  T. E> Bate!! Cumberland.  THE CORNER STORE I  This week with us.  MASS MEETING.  Dr. Bponoer Addresses a Large and  Appreciative Audience in  Oity Hall.  SECOND  STREET  marm)imm*m*ammmAm*mani*m  L*^  Football Notes.  The Mixture* nud No 5 Thistles met in the Final of the Charity Cup on Saturday last. The  Mixtures had out a strong team,  which included some new faces  in Cumberland Football circles.  No 5 were not at full strength  three of their regular players be-  ing absent. The game was iu  charge of D Stewart. Mixtures  won the toss, and had the advantage of playing downhill with the  mm ou their backs. Mixtures  were the first to become dangerous; flukey kicking by No c  hack" almost bringing disiwter on  several occasions. No < hnlf  backs were in great form and won  l!������ve the backs confidence. Flay  opened out and No 5 began to  have a say iu the game. They  were awarded a penalty for Wil-1  Htmunn ImiflHnn- tho  h:rV       H.  McLean took the kick.   Walker  gmi-ed, bnt the bull came straight  back to McUan, who placed   it  ont of Walker's reach and nccrcd  ited No 5 with first blood.  Mi.vtfite������ re-mmed with vigor  nnd kept No 5 defence busy.  ftutkcrUiul ucoicd a U-.ii v fiom a  corner, mid the teams were even  again.  The first half ended   without  any further scaring.     Mixtures  had the pull in ifiin half an*l onlv'  the good defence of No 5  half-  hacks kept tliefr forward* out.  She te4in* resumed jtfit* * brief  respite, and No 5 made tracks to*  wards VVakter. J lie> w*rc drivnii  back, and piny for a time kept at  mid-field, 1 his half was evenly  contested and the game ended in  a draw, without the score being  added to.  The game wns one of the hardest fought games ever played in  Cumberland, there being nothing  to choose between the teams, and  a drnw was a fair indication of  the run 01 the gnm������. For the  Mixtures W Su'herland was tlie  best forward on the field, Their  forwards had ihe pull over No 5  forward rank, but their half-hacks  were erratic and never seemed to  settle down. Cairns was the best  of Ihe trio. Their buck-, Williamson and Campbell, were a #afe  pair, tue former's head work be  inn A feature 01 the game. Walker iu goal was safe.  For the Tli ist Ic,  tlieir  half-  hacks were the salvation of the  I team, and n better trlrx tlii"' We  Lean. Williams nud Wynne  would be hard to find in li. C.  Connors at back was shaky to  begin with, but noon found his  feet and plaped his usual game-  Contluu������d oa tut pug*.  Mi, T. Cftilwrighl, late of thu  Hriii of Rick-nm ik Cartwright,  will \t������ o|m������������ for limine** in thu  roitrte of a tern day*. Mr. Vnrt.  ���������xrfj-jf'f hna tsocurc! jwet ui tU,  ���������tore of K. Aids. Dimntmtir Ave ,  tnd will cmjij * Hm* ������t<K*.k ������f  gents funii*ltiitga and cLjiUrr *  w������-*r.  There was a good crowd at th-2  City Hall on Sunday night Inst to  huar Dr Spencer's address on  'Temperance and Moral Reform,'  Mr Actcn, president of the .Local  Option League, of Cumberland,  toon the chair. R������v D McGilli-  vray ofFered.a brief opening pray  er, and Miss McKenzie followed  with a solo, whicii was well rendered.  Dr Spencer was then called,  and. throughout his-address, held  the audience in a manner whicii  betrayed no hint of the weariness  which might have beeu nntici-  pated from the fact that this was  the fourth address he had delivered that dny,  The speaker gave am historical  sketch of the Local Option nnd  Moral Reform League, and thc  various step* that liad been taken  t<i obtain a Local Option law  from the British Columbia government, but without avail. No  Itsi than 35,000 signatures 011 a  petition hud been presented by n  depufciti hi consisting of one huu-  rived ind fih" *!'?*���������>������ T'.'.l." :i;. ;;.,vu  the lirjnor im-jj, whv u'cc luU by  a provincial politician to "get  busy." They sent iu 400 telegrams urging against any legis-  l*-U������.k. Tiit) v������t-ie imi willing  for the peo])Ie to have any say in  this matter.  Thc plebiscite vote was taken  by order of thc government when  aUjiit 23,000 electors voted in  favor ol n local option law. This  gave the teinjmrancc forces 3,700  majority, although 500 fliort of  th** demand of the government.  Tlii-*. thespraker argued, demon-  siri't-d Miat tin* majority does n< t  rule in ll.C.; mr will t\\cy uutit  men exercise their right.  The next step wn* to appeal to  Ot tw.i for .intendment  of  tlu*  1 hii dn Tei������|H*ranct-Ad to make  ��������� it practicable in it* application to  BiC, which was done. So Britt  ish Columbia has now a local  option law by-which any city or  county can vote on this question,  and a straight majority carries.  There are eight counties and  twenty five cities in this prov  ince, Votes will shortly be taken  in, several places,  Dr. Spencer then went ou to  show the relation of the bar to  associated evils. He showed that  Honor was the basic evil, aud that  all attempts at regulation of the  traffic, such ns the Gotteuberg  system, Imd failed. "You might  as well try to regulate the devil  as liquor," said the speaker, aud  10 per cent will be allowed on  all Cash purchases this week���������  except  groceries.  Men's black and tan Oxfords,  sizes 6 to 9^2 we are offering  less 33^ per cent for Cash.  MeLeod & Bailey  Dunsmuir Avt.  Cumbe  land  4*r^*t*m^9*X^  YOUR NAME IS GOOD.  *m**wwmm******m^  the "social evil" is inseparably  allied with it, In this connection  the speaker deprecated ndifferent  standard for "fallen men" from  thnt for "fallen women." '-There  can be 110 fallen women," snid  Dr. Sp.-ucer, "without fallen  men, and the fallen men nre the  worst. The women suffer ruin  aud disgrace while the villanous  men go free."  Referring to conditions in  Cumberland, he urged activity on  the pnrt of the people against the  four retail nud tour wholesale licenses of the town, It was time  for the people to elect men who  would put morals before nionev,  and if officials did not do their  duty, remove them, as had been  done elsewhere,  At tin* close of the address a  vote ot thanks moved by Mayor  MelViV'iM  Ifllr  ANYTHING IN  THE  *  I JEWELRY   LINE  ���������J   SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  f^t^^yW^eW^lti^l^J^*^^! tr*\f*������mi)^A*t*%^,mi^  STODDART  THE JEWELLER.  HHT" Noxt door to the Royal Hank of Canada, Cuniberland.  If,  A*  t*)  li:  I  i*J  t���������A  .,.   ,, 1   1  .viWIIU.II  .til,  M*7mm*>*)wx*wmm  Shaw was presented to the Doctor lor his very pointed ana helpful address.  Ou Monday evening Dr Spencer and the members nf the Local  Option League were the guests of  the ladies of tho WCT.U. nt a  tea served in tlie vestry of the  Presbyterian church, where a  most intimate discussion of various details of the work was entered into. To-day the Doctor drove  to Courlenay lo address u public  meeting thete in the interest* ol  ins work.  pWmWSwr'  Tho Woman's Auxiliary of tlio  Nanuiiiio hobphiil are disappointed,  in the amount realizi'd from  thnir  offorts nn iS/iiunlav ln������t,  wlu*n, at  tho cIiimi of it hard day's oiuiviinn,  the total reeelpts niiiniintcii to 1cm.  thun the rcKiiltof last year's ethrta.  The grot** colli.etion������ iiino'iuU*'! to  S50BH.")   on   Snturdny, but whi-n  thn exponse������, somo $1)0,   nre  deducted,   thn   net proceed a or the  dny'n work amount to   hue   ilmn,  ���������fWOl),      Altliuiigli     (Jisn|i|nitiiti'il  Hoiuewhnti   1 lio   nuimbers  of llie-  uiiAiiuiry nnvertlU'leSK feel   tluutl*  till  4<>I   -vil.ll   lilt^   gill.  How about that now suit and  overcoat for Fall?  NOW i,t!n time und tm.*. is thi: UDiliT  PLAC'K to :;������t thi'in,  Wc have jtisi o|*:nwi up our iifw '* MT������  RITK " f������������r Fdll, mu\ yuu should n������������t fail to  ton* iht? styles and jiattf-UH ht-.iorr )nu ilccidt:  on tin* hint ynu an* going to wear.  Sec our overcoats with the ��������� Presto'  Collar.  CAMPBELL BROS. SMRWu*1  *y. ?l THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  * His ������*���������  Courtship,  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  ���������I "Tillie: A Mennonita Mui"  Cam-*rtatt- ttm. bv MeCtwrt,JTlOKpeAQj.  Bhe -was unbending to him and opening up as she bad not done all day.  "I am waiting to hear some of your  first impressions, Eunice, of life In tbe  groat world," be said as they strolled  feel as though he had flung them off.  "Life Is such a farce. Eunice," he  answered coldly, ^ "that generally  speaking, it is wiser to do as you did  to refraiu from speaking out of the1  ; under the great trees which rustled in i fullness of the heart.   But what, may  the autumn breeze. j I ask, restrained you?"  j    "Perhaps," she answered,  "when  I j   She looked pained and hurt, both at*  ! am, more adjusted to my new life and j his tone aud his words.  ! understand  it  better the  world  muy !    "I   feared."   she   answered,   with   n  J look   very   much   less   mournful   ami ' gentle sadness,  "that I  might weary  j lamentable to me than it looks now. j you. Dr. Kinross."  ; Yet I am happy.   Life is full of won- s    His laugh sounded to her sardonic.  , der and beauty and constant new de- j    "Weary me?   Let me tell you somo-  ' lights.   And, remember, I never before   thing.    The  night  i  saw you  off on  MODERN ARGONAUTS.  Englishmen Hope to Recover Sunken  Treasure Off Southern Africa.  A number of adventurous Englishmen hnve organized under tiie name  of the National Salvage A.-v-oeiatijn  antl are preparing for one of the  greatest tteasure hunt* in modern his-  tory. lt is not to be a search tor  lo<t Spanish galleons, but an exploration of 32 known wreck-? in the vicinity of the Cape of Good Hr-pe, containing specie and other valuables estimated to be in'excess of $20,000.00(1.  (Continued.;  CHAPTER  XXVI.  FROM the senior Miss Wolcott to  Dr. Peter Kinross:  "Newport. Sept.    "She has been with me hera  at Newport for nearly throe weeks,  and this is- my first opportunity, Peter. |  for writing to you. You must, of I  course, be curious to hear how tilings J  have gone with each of us since the I  girl came to me. j  "Of course after your noncommittal |  account of her. I wus prepared for t!*<- !  worst and had braced myself to meet j  the shock which my own niece's man- i  uers and appearance must give me. i  The bracing served me in good stead j  when she arrived, for the shock was j  even greater than I had counted on; j  though as it came from an unexpected j  direction, my being prepared to meet |  It did not count for so much as it j  Would otherwise have done. Of course |  I knew Mrs. Kenyon would do all she j  could to soften the blow by fixing her I  up as to clothes.   But from what you  bad told me of my niece's life, 1 couid  not reasonably have expected to we  tbe graceful, exquisite looking girl who  walked  into   my   drawing   room   last  Friday night., You know it is the ex-j  pression of a face and not merely per- j  fection of coloring and feature which  saves it from being common.  "I thought she would look vacant  and awkward or else vulgarly loud and  -self assertive. I was not prepared to  ���������see a face of extraordinary refinement  ���������^and���������intelligence and__to_meet^ ajnau-  ner of dignity and gentlenes������.~T)o~yo~u  acknowledge now that blood will toil?  At flrst I was inclined to be angry  witb you  for not having spared uie  knew the meaning of the word happiness."  "Um���������m! You are happy?" he repeated. "I'm so glad to know it. Eunice."  "Of course one constantly sees things  that sadden.   No sooner am I deep in . Jt  i the enjoyment and  interest of some 'lhe expectation  prolonged itself to a  Sixteen of these wreck;-, according to  your train for New York there was a | a retiort by Capt. Charles A; P. Gar-  suddeti drop in my spiritual thermom- j diner, have already been located and  eter that left me torpid, bored, siek to I surveyed.  death of the not-wortb-whlleuess of ! ��������� A** ,lle richly laden transports aud  things. After a few davs I wrote to ! Kn^ Indian merchantmen came homo  you. and the expectation of hearing I *? hnS!n������(1 by.way of the Cape before  from you revived me somewhat.   Rut  HIGHLY HONORED.  Work of Clever Canadian Post Again  Crowned by French Academy.  William Chapman, the brilliant and i  ; distinguished French-Canadian poet of ;  j Ottawa, bus just had another high '  j honor conferred upon him by the'  ; French Academy in Paris. That ini-  ; porta nt body has announced that the  volume  of  poems  recently  issued   by *  j the   Canadian   poet,   Les, Rayons  du  ! N'ord, lias b.*en crowned and lias re- i  \ coived tbe poetic prize for merit. This ;  ' is the second lime this unique honor \  i  SWORDS OF JAPAN  Old Samurai Blades Are Looked  Upon as Sacred.  HANDLED   WITH   REVERENCE,  j pleasure than I am confronted with a i  point where it ceased to be interesting  sight of poverty that makes my owu i **& became tormenting.   -Why doesn't  Eunice  answer  my   letter?"   was  the  possessions seem wholly wrong. I  didn't work for this money���������why  should I have it?"  'T,ut your father worked for it." he  said, knowing very well he was iustlll-  ing false social economy.  "That doesn't make it right," she  shook her head.  "Perhaps not," he granted.  "I think," she went on. "that people ]  would interest me more than anything '  else in the world if only they  were *  real, were themselves; but I have yet-i  to meet a man or woman of the world  who seems to me genuine���������except you  and my aunt.   And Aunt Euuice seems  to be herself only when we are alone.  Perhaps," she suddenly looked  up at  him, "if I saw you with other people  you, too, would seem artificial to me  and to be acting a part."  "There's no telling, Euuice, what  your uuclouded eyes -would see!"  "Some things seem so strange," she  went ou; "Auut Eunice and all the  people who make up what she calls her  'set' (meaning a sort of clan) are so  hemmed in by social laws, so hampered on all sides by.perfectly meaningless rules and customs, so taken up  with details which are trivial and unessential���������and very tiresome to them-  3eLv,es^iut^wbich_they_jey������itheless  take  heed to���������for ..'���������what reason  it is  i only thought my brain contained day  and night."  j "But now tbat you know why you  ' say that you commend my 'wisdom' ih  I keeping silent?"  ! "Ah. but what good did it serve?  ; For you see here I am at your side���������  | in spite of your wisdom, iu spite of my  j own���������for I, too. Eunice, have been  I noting wisely since we parted, else a  j whole month would not have passed  without our  looking again  into each  j other's eyes!"  1    There   was  a  passion  in  his  voice  j that caught lier breath.  i    "You ha vo been repressing your feel-  ! In-rs   In   staying  away���������your   feelings  | for mo?" she asked breathlessly.   "Did  ; you want to sec moT came her wlst-  i ful question.  j "Did I? Here I am!" was his an-  i Bwer.  (To be Continued.)  tlie opening of the Sue?. Canal. Hun  dreds of these vessels were wrecked  on the stormy coasts of South Africa,  In Cape Colony alone there are public  records of more than 7,000 wrecks  and the total cargo lost is calculated  to figure up in excess of $100,000,000.  Sonic 13" of the wrecks havu been investigated, so it is said, and Gardiner  nnd his associates have gotten licenses  from the Cape Government granting  authority to recover tlie contents of  32 of the hulls. -Tho records and  charts, it is claimed, are now in  London.  One of these vessels when it went  down contained by the official record  720 bars of gold. 1,400 bars of silver  and nine boxes of precious stones from  India, including rubies, pearls and  onyxes, a cargo the total value of  whicii is estimated at $5,000,000. The  wreck, according to the chart, lies in  four and one-half fathoms of water  and the hull is practically intact. Another of the wrecks, "so the "argonauts" are told, contain J 1.000.000  in gold,- silver and gems; a third cargo, in 12 fathoms, is worth $'1,500,000,  mostly in specie; and a fourth wreck,  sunk in five fathoms of shark-infested  waters, is supposed to hold $1,500,000  in coins and bars.  WILLIAM CHAPMAN.  hns been conferred upon the works  of this clever Canadian poet who has  ever received such a signal mark of  approbation by the . Academy. The  numerous friends of Mr. Chapman in  Canada nnd the United States will be  delighted to, learn of his success.  He is a member of tlie translation  'staff of the Canadian Senate, and is  hard to make out���������that at times they  all seeim.like puppets moving at the  the suffering I endured In anticipating [>" of \ "tring-wlth. no freedom of  ber coming. I thought you might have! ���������tl0n at���������?U and n0 "Pontaneity. It  told me what she was like, how she \   u������es me-  had educated herself, and so forth. | u "Go on*' he ortet ^e������ sbe P*lused.  But ou second thoughts I knew >ou! her frosh Impressions interesting him.  had done wisely in leaving me to find "[ ask ,D>vseIf sometimes, Is all life  It out for myself. I a s,nver.v. only in different forms?   Ev-  "The child is touchingly grateful to'10r5' one seems to ba In bondage of  me for the motherly care-so now to 8on)0 sort- The me& ot Aunt Eunice's  her-whtcli I confess I delight in lav-i c,nn ������re slaves t0 tba women; a man  ishlhg upon her, and I need not toll;nll0W8 bimself to become a mere mon-.  you that two lonely, lovo hungry ^y raakiug machine for no other ap-  hearts Imve found comfort in tlilst parent reason than to keep his wife  newlv discovered tie of blood. nnd dnuRhtors in idleness or to give  "When we camo to talk of finances! tl)om  opportunity  to  cultivate  thom  I was surprised nt her quickness to  understand business problems which  were so entirely new to her. A trained  intelligence, even when the training  bas been ns one sided ns hers has been.  helps so much In every direct Urn.  Against my protest she has insisted  selves. It seems that the man doesn't |  need time for culture It's no objoc- !  Hon to him If he doc- have some culture, but lt must n-it Interfere with  his money making, Rut the women  must havo leisure for tho sludy of nrf,  for society and othor feminine occupa  tion nn equal division between us of I tlotw. Aunt Eunice snys tlmt If it  her father's wealth. I have absolutely' ���������������<���������" '������ ������ Kontlomnn ho will work night  refused to accept this until she hns hml I ������"<* ������">' to give his wife or daughter  ot least ono year's experience of llfi  in thc world, when she will understand  something of the value of money,  "Even if I winded to I don't think l  could ever mako it worldling of her.  Knoh dny she Is with mo I nm Impressed afresh with tho purity nnd  simplicity of bor mind.  "Tt Is n keener pleasure thnn I hnve  known in ninny n long yonr to watch  her Impressions of things as I tnke  her about  with   me~sho  ls  so  filled  absolute leisure to do ns she pleases  I don't see tho sanity of It or tho  ,1uRtlco. If n woman does not rear n  family and mnke n home or else work  nt some vocation. If she Is simply the  daughter of a household, spending her  time cultivating herself In music and  literature nnd gracing social affairs, of  what significance Is her existence In  the economy of tho universe? Whnt  point hns hor llfo?"  Rho turned to hlm with her old wist  with woniior nt everything.   She Is like | tv* npponl.   These commonplace proh-  a small hoy nt his first circus!   Her | lorn* ho new to her, woro evidently  comments nro often so funny nnd yet  vexing her sorely,  w unoxpeolodlv wise.   Tt will bo do-1    "Ih it Perhaps enough just to lio.   he  llghtful tn ink.* her to Euro-**. ! xugeestod, "If only ono be lovely nnd  "U Isn't nlwnvs onsy to understand! R������0(1 ������������������'��������������������������� " ,*ftl|R|lt to others*"  her. At times she moms absent nml, "IW she objected, "Is It possible  drenmv In n wny thnt Ih quite www- jto '"��������� ������">y<hlnR worth whlle-nnythlng  countable fo nm. There Is u moliin-, ������������������������������ n<*'' wortby-wlthout work. ef.  clink nbout hor which she seems \m-\tnrt. responsibility? T am looking on  able to Fl.nki. ofT nml which piw.lo*: nt life not to jnil-xo nnd criticise, but  nnd irniiMoH me, for surdy she hns; only to lenrn. hut sometimes judgment  ovcrvtblng to be hnppv for, Is ll, per-j!s fnrr^ ������P������n ������><- hf whnt I hoo,  Imp* the snmborni'KH of hor punt mill "And perlmpH you. with your mwo-  dinging lo her?   Or can It be iiohhIIiIo i 1il������i������tlfnloil oyon. may bo nbleto nee  Eleotrio Sparks.  thnt fhe is brooding over souio country  lover hIii* left out there? lf Hint wore  the ciihc, yon, |Vtt-r, having been by  her nil miiiiiii<-r, would know. 1 wtr-h  ynu would tell llie, Wouldn't It Im  Irngle If Hint were Ihe ciihiiV"  MIms Wolcott concluded wllli n wiinn  deeper truth thnn Is vntielinnfwl to old  duffer* llko u������-your mint and mc, I  ineim."  "Put." sho nnRvvered Impetuously,  "whatever Impresses mo I try to nee  through your eye* ns well n������ my own.  vioiiilcrlag   whnt   ymi    would    think  espri'Sflou of iilill'iiiilini to Dr, Klnnmn , a bout thW or that which liewllders or  for Ills dlfliitcrc.Mti'd klinlni'NH, pnswle* me.   In everything that I do  It wiin thin letter which hnd brought i or see ymir pro������ence neeiim to bo wllli  nu> constantly. 1 hnvo longed so unspeakably to hnve nfl these experience*  with you actually and not Just In  fancy."  Kinross felt tlie iiuhiu *.ui������i ,,������ '.���������'������������������  i.-,, i.-,A,f.,.1. Hi- nn-vi-ri-d her wPh  mi Hbriipl question.  <   "Why did you leavo my letter uniiu-  i swereil, Hunk-it?"  >    Her eyes fell.   Hbo did not reply nt  ��������� ilirl**.  i    "I couldn't wrlto to you."  "And why?"  "Aunt   Kutilco  kept  urging  tne  to  i write.    She said  I  must txpress my  \ gratitude to yoti for nil you Iim) done  lm- me, but my feellnit for you i* nr,  fur nliuve gnilltiiile���������Jt Is n feeling so  ii ii   laruei*  nnd   greater   t'���������.u.   ',!...(.  Vet," die added, her head drooping. "I  . ......I   li"t   -A l 111*   Of  It  tO   yOU,   !"i-|   ��������� a   I  i niiiii imt urlte nt all. for I here Is tu  im* ii snereiltie*������ In my feeling fur yon  ulili'h wuiiul swni IwllttUil ntul cell  t\t-.-f,-r.ite,i |.y my not being true in it  I iiiiii,| m rin. in you mlt ������f tbu fullness  of no  In nit ur lie ttllerit."  ii*   Mel,lin.>  i.mini Uii  '...iul. '....wi  Ing at her side, ntul clnxfied it in  ri  v:.\t that hurt her.   "If vou li;i I uilt-  feu tn me ���������tit of ibe fiillrief* .,f >������mr  bean.   oh.   ji,!i   liiiiitliparalne He  iheekiil   lillliM-lf  nnt)   din; |*-il   ber   I'ii-  gl-r������i With Hii .i't'Iji'Ik-.* ttint li.ntV tier  Pr.   Kliiro'-'s   after  a   bitter  struggle  with  himself tn  the plnco  where  he |  was  on   Oils   afternoon   lute  In   tin*  ,ni,'iii<   nf  October - nt   Eunice's   side, I  walking wllli ber In Central purk.        ,  It was it bnn'iiig iiiiiuiuii ,.���������,i, A:.I  the fresh nlr wus uut iikuio responsible  for the brPllant ������>olor In Kunlee's fiice  and Hie light In her eyes. Nut the  color nud  the light suggested  excite-  ,.......������   r.,i<    il. in   tnv      There   wns   a  slwtlow of iiii'lniiclioly back of then*  In Kinross' face, loo. the signs of  tilt* battle with himself were deeply  marked.  Tliey   walked slowly  In  a secluded  pnlh.   The iliuiige he bnd felt In En  nfe������������ from  Hie hour of tbelr ineetliig  that morning Iind given hitn a hi-iim.  of Irme. iih though Hie iitisiiphlKtleiifeil  ihltil   Who lliiil   trilfleil   tuni   iiUeil   li.lu  hsil f*llp|������il from blm, for there wn* n  dtgiilty in her iiinimer with hlm that  almost miiilc libu think she lutd m  rwi'ly greuiii-oiiventlKii.il. And us fur  t'ie ftee*> tii-ilnti for lilm wbii li In tbelr  Inst talk together at tin* furm *ln- lutd  Ho i)::l,*e'y reve.-iksl li������������ ������������������liniwy.il \i,*  nhoulilers flt tin* liekletietis of the net,  tnr not a >lrti "f it i->>uld he nad lu  Iter now i >.n:i.cr nf n������>ervm,  S<t-V. Ii-iweu-r, tiiiit tbey wert- nlotie  In the l-ohitlr.ii nt Un- eti-iit i-irk be  lUlJ   ii   ;fl,m  <-���������    .--..���������-'   iOi.fil   t������   her  An electric tuneliiiio lum been mnde  to wusii and purity tlio ulr lu uuy  room.  A new English electric heater con*  Sluts ut qtiiiiu lubes ciiuliiltifiiu HpfrulH  uf wire, Ihe lubes bet-nmlug Imnii-  descent within n few seconds nfter  ttie current Is turned on  A Kermttn bHesttgiitlnn tuts shown  tlmi the etneleiicy ot some eloctrli-ul  liisulniors, espinliilly r������liU*r, In greatly  lessened by light. WihkI nnd othert  art* much Ititlileueetl by moisture All  liistilntlnn dtfcreusu* with rising turn-  iHTiiture.  ^_   Facts From France.  Vo* d# llortte. nn ottlm-t volenno Its i  ItiUich. yields lurgn quiiiiiilim u( cur- ,  IkiIIc Held. ,  in h disastrous fle**������t In Frane* In '  |M<) IKI.0H0 in res were litiimliiied and  over WJO bouses were -swept uwny.  it h mittm,!,*.,,,.:, ���������������������-��������������������������� -'..:.'.'.���������.'���������''���������'!  tnttet* Injury In u work-liop lu l*ruuc������������  be mny tint rei-uver diiiiuiges from bl������  ���������#mplover. The French emirts hold  tbnt drunkenness In Invtcusiible and  constitute* i-niiirtbuiory iuullu*inc������.  British Briefs.  APmit Vi.im������.u������i uet urns of shipping  nil nndet itw lirlilsti dug.  tbm tw mo������t populou*' cIiImi in the  P.rttlab etnrtlrm sr* Umdeii hin] Cat  rotti.  Is tlw B������*ll������l������ *t>������������e* erttintrt" thers  mm *axtt*t wnste serf*, ot wtti'-ti I*,-  (**) nxifBt be proflfshiy sltonmini.  tirer onrflfth et the world'* InhsH-  |t������m������ lii-lons to the l������rltl#h empire,  and th* flrttWi *tnplr* ������������nipl** ap.  prntlmsttly ������-ws-flfifa of tb* wrtb'a  mrfac*  4tie advcritnrotis linud propore* to  pump out the liullts nnd rn!*e thern,  nnd thoy linne to do tlm work In lesi  tlmn n yenr.' Then, j| tlieir expecta-  tiiuiit nn- liilllllcil, they viill nil come  home rich, mm tie down to livus of lux>  tt'y mid tell their children wonderful  stories of adventure* in tlm vouthorn  81'IIH,  Veretlaln,  Porcelain was dl*-overerl by nn alchemist who wn* xeeklng u inlxtiir*of  enrthx thnt wnulil miuu tne uumt dura-  tilu crucibles.  wen ntul ponttlnrly known in the civil  service of thn Dominion, He*ii|ii������ his  numerous volumes of poetry, Mr,  Clinpninn hns written extensively for  the pros*, nnd his writings nre very  popular nmotig hin eomnalrinis fit  this country mul in 0i������ Unitoil fc'tntos.  B.������P.'i R������tlr������m������nt.  More tlinn tlsunl Interest nttneltes 1o  the nnnounccnient Hint T.ietit,.(l������neral  A Curious Formula of Etiquette Follows Whon "tha Steel Bible of  Bushido" Is Drawn From Its Sheath-  by a Hand Which Grasps It In Peace.  lt one were In a friend's bouse In  .Tapan und should ask to exaintue one  ot the old samurai swords that rest It*  tbe lacquered sword rack ln a lilacs  of bonor tbere a curious formula of _  etiquette would be followed by the*  host.  He would go to a closet and return  whb a little Hqvmre of silk in his hand.  This he would wrap about tbe shark-  skin handle of the sheathed sword before touching his bare, baud to the  sheath. Then, wltb Ills right hnnd  grasping tbe silk covered handle anct  Ibe lingers of bis left gingerly raising  tbe lacquered hilt from the nick, the  Japanese host would lift the sword to*  tbe level of bis forehead and bow to It.  All ibis In reverential spirit and with  utmost gravity. The square of silk.  preserved for no purpose but this and  baviug Its own name In tbe Japanese  vocabulary, is to prevent the detile- *  meat of the handle by a band which  grasps It in peace. The bow is meant  for llie spirit of the swordsmlth who-  forged this weapou. Tbe reverence I*  for the sword Itself., "soul of tbe samurai." in the Japanese poetical conception and aptly called by foreigners-  "tbe steel Bible of Bushido."  But ibis Is only tbe beginning of tbe*  formality.    When  the Japanese  host  unshearhs the blade be does it with  the edge toward his own body and the- .  point directed away from  his guest.  When the guest receives the sword in  bis owu bauds he must be careful to*  keep tbe outer edge always away from,  the direction of bis friend tbe host.  If be wishes to examine botti sides of  the blade be must even turn his back  so^tbat_neAier-AU-the_n}enace_of the-   __  ehaniened edge be directed toward bis* *>  frieud. v  After the examination ls complete* ,  the sword Is returned to Its scabbard,  and  the owner receives It with another bow and places It ouce more units ruck.  The etiquette of tbe sword Is no  empty thing. With tbe high spirited  .Japanese, wbo hnve not forgotten the  nmny centuries of chivalry nud of  bund lighting behind tbem, the delicately curved and curiously welded*  sword of the samurai hus a slgnitt  ounce almost snored. There Is a philosophy of the sworn no less atern  thun the use of the wenpon.  lu the old days when the Japanese  fighters wore the war masks utid tlie-  steel armor seen nowadays in the  curiosity shops the boy wns taught  tlmt ns the shilling blnde must bu kept  free from spot und corruption, ho must  his soul be ever clean. Neglect of the  blnde brings rust; neglect of the soul*  uu Impure character.  Then ttie sharp edge wns held not  only us a constant guardian of personal safety imd bmior, but ns a snered  disclpttiiuriuii to punish whenever Its  possessor atepiied from the narrow  path of Hie Yaiuiito spirit of chivalry.  Again, the sword was emblematical  of true gentility, which Is uever overbearing ur vulgar In deportment, but  sternly sell repressive.  No mnn knows when first tho forgo*  for lighting wen pons was set up in tbe  dawn ot Jnpuuusn history nor who  wus thu man who llrst replaced tbe  rude bronze blades of a primitive folk  Uy the tempered ateel of the Ynronto*  blnde. There Is In thu Imperial collection of swords at tbe castle of Nuru  the weapon worn by tho Crown Prlucs*  Slioioku. who compiled tbe constitution ur meveuteeii articles iu A. D. (11)3,  the oldest sword knuwu iu Jupun. From  Hint wonpon. which waa straight und  hot curved as ull other swords of Nip*  |kui are. down to tho fall of tho Toku-  guwn sdoguiinio In thu mlddlo of the  Inst century there Is un unbroken history of the art of the swordsmlth.  Twelve centuries of recorded art lo  ���������wordiimkliitf nnd the tiniiies or over *  lo.ooti makes constitute tlio history of  Th* Tt.th.  On* of the eoiuiuoiii'xt muse* of hntl  teeth Is thnt of inking very dot food.  If you rake h cup ot very not tea or  coffee the enamel nn the teetfi expands.  Hurt tM>enttiltit> the eillft ntr Hfterwiird  onuses ii to contract. Tin* alternate  expansion nnd -"Drinking ot ttm eimnjoi  work Havoc witli it, and wti������-ti It  cracks, a* It ������<h>h d<>*������. rhe inner part  of (tie tool li crumbles away In no tlmt.  *r       ���������,  Bum* as lit that isHnu wa* ths  Iblesi writer thai ever li ��������� i iiui himself tried to model tils style uu mat of  ths Jtomnu historian,  Ts Csler Mahogany.  The natnriit emor or injioie-iinr when  It ia too tight may tie dee|n*nett by applying n tnittiire eoiri*io������i-rt ot it half  (ration of <*ster, tijur ouruvmut madder  snd two ounce* of fustic, llml and apply while nut. w ������nie u t* w������i strenK  th* grain with bluck. This will give  new mahogany quiiv the coloring of  old.  Rica.  Hies has been  the staff of llf������ for  morw tiMo ii.ut tlw. popnisfloft of tbe  world ���������ior* iirjong iti* iivgiunlng of  recorded time.  Pir llobert  Itndeii-Povi-iru retirement ' the sword lu Jupun.  Irom tbo nrmy ������mi hnlf.pny hns been  gnr^'tteil,    Though tbe hero of Mniaking is yet <>l an iibo far churl o( thnt  enforcing retireninnt. bin energies will .     .     ..  doubtless be tlie /.'renter now l!mt lie is ! Arabian weii|K������n In one mnteriitl detnll  free of olllcinl duties for employment I ot manufacture.   Instead of having iv  Tho Japanese blade, placed almost  on u pur wllh the DnmiiHcns product  In nrt nnd utility, differs trom llie  in the furtherance of the great llnv  Fcout niovenient which ho Inlllntmi,  R.-P.'s nome is endeared to thoiisnnds  of heart* both nt home nnd in the  Colonies, nml It will bo nlwnys re-  iiienibcreil m I'Dittieetnm tynu ti uiAu-  t'.u-y   rnn-er   Mib-'i   b������ ���������   \,ee\\   of   H\e  highest value to tlte Kmplro.  Gratsful Sentry Saved Mim,  T.letit.-Oeriernl  Sir   Hoger    Palmer,  who died at Wrexham, recently, nt thn  age  III   11**..   *,!*��������� if,.'  ^',   A,.;    ,'\ ������.   ,.������������������.'���������.  Ing survivor* of the fnmons Charge ol  the fix Hurt-tire*!. Hi*1 death recall* a  romnntle story, fir Hoyer wns Hen.  tennnt In the Uth Hu������-nr������ when ho  foujrlil in Ihe Criin������n. The night be.  lore Ilnliiklnvn he discovered a sentry  sleeping nt hi* po>'. ���������������������*. instead of  liuttiiiB Iv.in unl������r ii"*i>-t, he forgave  film. The lollowing dny. during the  hMnrir t-hntfC. the ������r-n1ry *tived th*  lieutennnt* life bv cleaving tbe hkiiII  of a Rii*������ian *oldier iuit a* be wa#  nltont to run hi* sword into ths officer's body.  Bm E������f������������ri*n<������ t-tmlnt.  \\br������)f>   mrnriil*   ������l   kr.'t*������   Ixtve    lieen  found dead In IVvon. K-igland. on tnu  to 1be bn k'wnrdn*4* <>( the ippte M'**  *om������ fltil oilier t\ vif.    Ji. ili i-i-i  tw* #lri*.ing  starving by  ������*. ki*j  utifli-ial lei-Jir;:.  imj-ri   tf-  unlrortn high temper, which Rive* the  remarknblo (lexlblllfy pn������seMsi<d hy the  riMiiinsctis blnde, the Japanese sword  Ims two lemiatra, n hard and a mild  Steel  The edgo of the blnde la hard wltD  Ihe lium ti'iu|K*r. (bv 6o<i> ���������ud b^ik  of a milder ifiuiwr, suilhbnt to give  soiu* ebiHtlelty. A Japuueae sword  rnnnot lie bent half double with the  pressure of u Imnd: It Is nearly rlulil  Ti,..?(<������h uwvirit miinufnernr* has censed lo Im* in Japan loduy outside of the  government awenaK which turn oot  only tho accepted mllltnry blnde of the  modern army, the country I* Oiled with  prlM-il relic* of the pimi nrt. and these  are relies which lb* Japanese will not  ���������ell.    A fMWM-sKor of on* of the oil!  . awonls. keeu and blue white in mater  no xbe day If wa������ forged, would sell  bin bmiw������, even himself iii������yl>*, U'fote  ; li* would i-sri with hl������ iron Hlhl* of  i Kmhldo for money.-Jsiwn Magaxtn*  1 m  ��������� **>  \ ktsrtltf tba TrsoWs.  MatwI-ltM *m* ������iiin*r when be pr*>  A-mmmdy Fihel-No. I don't think ***.  \ MaM-Reiifly! It* must have lw  I '[ir-oT*d.-l>wlon l-Hneli.  !    tXrem* teAnda bav* pafp-MSs; etNf*  1 bare wtmben. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  VP  The Doctor's Answers  By Dr. Lewis Baker.  The questions answered below are general in character; the sympto it-, or diseases are given and the anawera will apply to any case of similar nature. Those  wishing further a vice free, may address Dr. Lewis  Baker, College Bldg,. College���������Ell wood Sts., Dayton.  Ohio, enclosing s If addressed envelope for reply. If  unable to obtain ny of the drugs mentioned of your  regular druggist, go to some pTominent large retail drug  store which is sure to be wcll^ stocked  A., ,,,.-. * * * *   *  * ������ ' ������ *���������**''*������������������ M*   MHUUIMIHII  *m  fidlitice and self-control, so seldom  fails to produce satisfactory results,  that 1 regard it a boon to mankind.  It is especially ior men with defective  ailments of a nervous character, wtfile  excellent for weak diseased women.  Comp. syrup sarsaparilla 3 ozs., comp.  fluid balmwort 1 oz., comp. essence  cardiol 1 oz., tincture c&domene comp.  1 oz. Mix. shake well and take a tea-  pocnful after each meal and one at  bedtime. This will make you soon  feel the tinge of health and vigor  coursing through the body.  S. C. C.:���������For scrofula, ulcer, pirn*  SOUTH AFRICA'S CHAMPION.  Maud-A-I am glad to know the pre-  scnption cured you so quickly, Yea,  1 can give a" prescription which will  increase your weight from one to  three pounds a week. It is not so expensive for it improves the health,  weight and strength marvelously.  Keep up the treatment until your  weight is satisfactory. Syrup hypo-  phosphites comp. 3 oz8., essence of  pepsin 3 ozs., tincture cadomene comp.  1 oz. (not cardomom) and comp. essence cardiol 1 oz. Mix, and take a  teaspoonful beforo and after meals.  Plumpness follows the use of, this almost invariably if continued several  months.  W. R, K.���������Jaundice, yellow skin,  blotches, constipation, biliousness, foul  breath, coated tongue and pain in  liver region can soon be cured by the  following prescription: Fluid extract  mandrake 3 drams, comp. essence cardiol 1 oz., aromatic fluid cascara 1 oz.,  and aromatic syrup rhubarb 4 oz.  Mix, shake, and take from one-half to  one- teaspoonful after meals and at  bedtime. I have cured the chronic  liver affections with this.  Madam *.���������Your womanly disorders  cannot be prescribed for in these columns. Write'me in full and I will  treat yonr case successfully if not too  far along.  W. K.:���������A man in your condition  should not neglect taking treatment  even though you have been disappointed; and the treatment which I  advise for those victims of dissipation  who aro timid, weak, nervous and  lacking in the functional powers of  the body sc that they cannot act na.  turally    and   with   perfect   self-con  All Round Athlete of the New Dominion Is a Versatile Man. i  It must be admitted that the winning of over 600 prizes in the athletic i  field by a man who is not yet twenty-'  eight years of age is in itself a won-!  deriul record.- When it is mention-j  ed, however, that these jirizes have )  been won in such a variety of sports '���������  as long-distance running, jumping.'  wrestling, boxing, cycling, football, I  roller-skating, throwing the cricket-:  ball and hammer, and putting the  shot, tbe record becomes even more j  astonishing.  Mr. W. W. J. Ewins, however, the j  all-round athlete of South Africa, who ���������  holds this record, and is at present;  contemplating a walking tour round  the entire coast of Great Britain, re-1  gards it very lightly. "Nature", he ;  said to an interviewer recently, "wa3 ���������  very  kind  in  providing  me  with  a  UNBURN.  '    BLISTERS,  SOR E   F EET.  Everybody  am Buk  SCOTT ANO HIS SHIP.  Antarctic Explorer Has the Best Expedition   Ever   Sent   Out.' "  The Terra Nova is bound for the  ' Antarctic. She carries the majority  i,of those who are to accompany Capt.  I Scott in his endeavor to * reach ' the'  i South Pole. Capt. Scott rightly counU  j himself leader of the most thorough-  i ly organized expedition in the history  ! of Polar exploration. Given the man,  * the expedition will not only be the  . most thoroughly organized but also  the most determined that has ever  set out.  Capt. Robert Falson Scott is a man  j of keen sentiment and enormous enthusiasms, but they are hidden below  the surface of a very placid and unconcerned demeanor. The traditions  of the naval service on the one hand  and of the great explorers on the  other inspire him. Clean-shaven, with  a strong and determined face, tight,  firm lips, and keen but kindly light-  INTESTINAL  "Fruit-a-tives"   The   Only   Medicine  That Will lteally Cure  Constipation.  CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE  The next Census of Agriculture will  be taken under date of 1st June, 1911.  The area, product and value of field  crops    harvested    in    1910    will    be  r o  ..._           enumerated for   fall    wheat,    spring  fine frame and a particularly healthy  wheat,   barley,   oats,   rye,   corn for, . . ..     .......  body.   And being imbued with a spir- iluisking, buckwheat, beans, peas, flax,; blue eyes, he is just forty-two years  it of athleticism, what was more nat-j mixed grains hay and clover, alfalfa ��������� of age,  his birthday being on June  ural than that I should have tried *?r lucerne,    corn    for   forage, other; Oth.    He   was  thirty-three   when   he  ides   boils and impure blood   a'ccom- I to excel >n sport?"     . ���������. '!forage crops, turnips, mangolds, sugar; first set out towards the South Pole  nanied bv running sores I usually pre- I    "But- then, Mr. Ewins, a great deal j beets, other field roots, tobacco and j in the  wonderful  but too expensive  1   .,   ,  /,..  .-���������.?���������_��������� ������������������ .  ___.������.���������!..  i is due to your own training?" hops; and grass seed, red clover seed: and   not  over-satisfactory  Discovery,  "That, is quite true; but I seemed a'id nlsike clover seed will be enutner. j in which he made the great expedite take to athletics like a duck takes iated for product and value. j tion which penetrated farthest south  to water, I specialized to a certain I Crain and other field crops for tlnv for tbe time being. ���������  extent in running and walking, but I | harvest of 1911'will be taken by areas j As n good captain he liked the Dis-  was always very fond of a change, ������uly, as none of these crops will belcovery, despite her faults, and if sen-  and that, I suppose, is why I develop-; r'Pt" nt the taking of the census. The; tn lent had been given full epportun-  ed certain all-round skill. As a mat- -Products of these crops will be'gath-j ity he might have taken her with him  ter of fact, I could hot even remain': pred  Inter in the year from the re-j this time.    By a curious coincidence  true to athletics, for in my early days ; Ports on correspondents.    r became, a jockey and won a good, Animals and animal products, also  many races, not only on the flat, but - under tbe head of agriculture, will  over the sticks/until increased weight, include the number of horses, three  made me give it up '"     ","1        J    ""  scribed the following for a.constitu  tional blood remedy: Syrup of hypo-  phosphites comp. 6 ozs., fluid ext. dandelion 1 oz., comp, fluid balmwort 1  oz. Mix, and take a teaspoonful before or after meals and one at bedtime. The close may be gradually increased to two teaspoonfuls. This  makes a fine spring tonic, too, for both  children and adults. * It is harmless  and you can feel perfectly safe in  using anything I prescribe.  Chronic���������Judging by ytjitr symp-  tcms you suffer with ***hronie bronchitis. The cough hiixturoai yon have  biren using cause constipation, and  you cannot expect a cure while such a  condition exists. Remember a laxative cough remedy should always be  uf-ed, if there is a tendency to constipation, have this mixed: Comp.  essence cardiol 1 oz., aromatic fluid  cascara 1 oz., syrup white pine comp.  4 ozs. Take Irom-% to 1 teaspoonful  8 to 10 times daily or as necessary to  check cough. I have known this to  cure when all else failed.   ���������  by each person at tbe   date   of   the  Diogenes as Sleuth  ��������� Aristarchus���������Hello, Diogenes; You  have found him, have you? I see you  'haven't your lantern.  Diogenes���������No, confound it; I'm now-  looking for tiie chap that stole my  "iTtntornT"^"���������* '     t.     :  She Followed Him  English" Girl���������What's a gag?  American Boy���������The same as a joke  If I joke you������������������  "Oh, yes, 1 see. If you joke me I  gag you."  An Oil of Merit.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclcctric Oil is not a jumble 6f medicinal substances thrown together and     ..  pushed by advertising, but the result and' beauty  of  of tho careful    investigation    of the j shampoos \vith Cuticura Soap anil oc  curative  qualities of" certain oils  ascensional'     dressings   with    Cuticura  applied to thaP human body. '   lt is a I Ointment are usually-effective when  HAIR   GROWTH   AND  BEAUTY  To prevent, dry, thin   and   falling  hair,  remove dandruff,  allay itching  and irritation nnd promote the growth  the   hair,    frequent  My most successful seasons in the  nt-hletic field? Well, it is difficult for  me to say. I should think, however,  that my best three years were in  1897, 1898, and 1899.   In the first year,  I was presented with n gold medal | C('nsus on 1st June, 1911.  and a gold watch by the late Presi-; Pure-bred animals registered, or  dent Kruger for winning most events ; eligible for registration, which are  at an athletic gathering, while' in: owned at the time of taking the  ,1898 Lady Hutchinson presented me census will be enumerated for horses,  with a diamond medal. According j cattle, sheep and swine, but their  to a little memo book I have, I find ��������� number will also be counted with all  that I   won  seven  open  boxing  andi������Hier animals.  four wrestling competitions, got three j ���������'���������_  firsts in sculling races, and won three ��������� Wienerwurst  road cycling races.   I finished up the i    Man at the Butcher Shop���������Want to  she lies in the docks, and was almost  "ithin hailing distance of the Terra  Nova before she sailed. The Discovery is in the service of the Hudson  Ray Co, to whom she was sold when  she had done her  work in the Ant-  years   old   and   over,   horses undor  three    years,    milch      cows,      other  horned  or  neat  cattle,  sheep, swine, | arctic.    But  now  Uie  commander  is  turkeys, geese, ducks, hens and chick-1 quite  in  love  with  his  Terra  Nova,  ens and hives of bees held or owned I which he thinks the best ship in the  The Liver both causes and cures  Obstinate Constipation or'Paralysis of  the Bowels.-  When the Liver becomes torpid or  weak, then it cannot ������lve up enough  Bile to move the Bowels.  "Frult-a-tlves" acts directly on tha  liver and makes the liver strong and  active.  By curing tho liver, "Frult-a-tlves"  enables this Important organ to give  off sufficient Bile to move the bowels  regularly and naturally, and thus cure  "Intestinal Paralysis."  "Fruit-a-tives" is made of fruit  juices and tonics and Is undoubtedly  the only medicine ever discovered that  will positively cure Constipation in  any form,  "Fruit-a-tives" is sold by all dealers  at 50c a box, C for $2.50, or trial box,  25c, or may be obtained from Fruit-a-  tives, Limited, Ottawa.  By Present Company  Prosy���������Glad to notice, Miss Beckie,  thut you've not adopted the baibaroua  practice of having your ears pierced.  "No; only bored.".  year by breaking my ankle through j buy a dog'-'  giving exhibitions of high jumping on ;    Butcher���������I'll take him.  roller-skates.    It   was   shortly   after,   -Owner (to canine)���������Well,'Fido, pre-  this that I gave up jockeying owing to ; pa,.e for the wurst     ���������   '  increase of weight. .    -   i   ���������     . -    ���������        ���������.-.���������������������������  "In 1899 I devoted myself entirely j * ������> * * m ���������*- *������> m * * * t * +-1  rare combination and it won and kept  .public favor from the first,    A trial  of it will carry conviction to any who  doubt its power to repair and heal.  Victim���������"This thermometer is no  good. 1 can never tell by it how cold  the room is."  Dealer���������"My dear madam, do you  know that the word 'thermometer'* is  derived from two Greek words mean-  ing 'a meu*ure of heat?' Naturally,  therefore, it isn't meant to measure  cold."  smashed fingers.  At one time Mr  Ewins was cham-  Minard's  Liniment Cures Garget  In  Cows.  "Did you hoah what happened to  Fweddy in Noo Yawk?"  "No; do tell me!"  "Why, tlio dealt boy mnde a mis.  take and got on one of those cars in  the tunnel that arc reserved exclusively for ladies, don't you know."  "Yes "  "And they let him stay,"  Corns are caused hy tlie pressure of  tight boots, hut no ono need bo troubled with them long when so simple  <i remedy ns Hollowny'a Corn Cure is  available.  all else fails. Special and fu.l direc-i pion cyclist of South Africa,..and cbn-  tions accompany eacli package ofjsiderahle interest was aroused when,  Cuticura, or^will be sent free on appli-   in    1902,  he   started    the    National  cation to the Potter Drug & Chemical  Corporation) Boston, U.S.A. In the  treatment of eczemas, raphes, itchings  and dialings, for sanative, antiseptic  cleansing of ulcerated and . inflamed  mucous surfaces and for all purposes  of the toilet, bath and nursery these  pure, sweet and gentle emollients are  absolutely indispensable.  how  Census   Enumerator���������Madam,  mimy children in your family?  Careful Mothor---Soven living, three  married and ono getting a divorce.  I bought n horse with a supposedly  incurable -rinehono for $.'10. Cured  him with $1,00 worth of MINARD'S  LINIMKNT and sold him for $86,00  Prolit on Liniment, $6*1.00,  MOISK DKROSCE.  Tlotelkoopor, St. ���������I'hilllppe, Que.  *tq athletics, and gave many boxing;  and wrestling exhibitions'," being pre- \  sented  with  a  gold medal  by  Lord,  Milner, and then I met with another  accident, being foolish enough to try  arid loop the loop on a bicycle, the ^  result being two broken ribs and two I   \.~A  n " -; *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  Sporting Club in Johannesburg. He  himself entered all the principal  events; and it was about this time  that he distinguished himself by winning a forty-five mile race, and came  in third in a sixty-four mile race.  Mr. Ewins was entered for the ?e-,j-*jj|  *  *  *  *  *  *  cond Marathon race of 1908. A fortnight previous 1( to the race ho was  unfortunately bitten on the leg by a  dog. In spite of this, however, he  was amongst those to finish the race,  although not amongst the first ar*  mala. '  Origin of Hobton't Choice.  "It is a ease ol Hobson's choice,"  is a phrase thnt is used by many  people without knowing exactly what  It means, says a writer'in Strand.  As a mottor of fact, this adage has j %  been handed down to us from tho ��������� *  17th century nnd had its origin in , *  tho eccentricities of ono Tobias Hob- *���������  son. This worthy was a carrier of *  Cambridge, who died in tho year 1030, j *  In addition to his ordinary btisinoSR j %  he kept a stable nnd let out horses,  to tho students of university, Ho j  nindo  It  nn   unnlterahlo  rtifp,  how. \  SUMMER   MONTHS   FATAL  TO SMALL CHILDREN.  Every mother must know  how fatal the summer months  are to small children. Cholera  infantum, diarrhoea, dysentery  nnd stomach troubles are all  common at this time and many  a precious life is snuffed out after only a few hours illness, As  a safeguard mothers should  keep Baby's , Own Tablets in  the house. An occasional dose  of the Tablets will prevent  stomach and bowel troubles, or  if the trouble comes on suddenly, will hi ing' the little one  through safely. Mrs. R, K.  Sanford, lnverary, Out,, writes:  -^"My baby was sickly for over  a week with stomach and bowel  troubles nnd cried night and  day. Nothing helped lier till 1  began giving her Baby's Own  Tablets, but they helped her  right away and now she i.s a  big healthy child with fine  rosy cheeks. The Tablets are  certainly a wonderful modi-  chut and I recommend thom to  all my friends who have littlo  children," Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail ut 25 cents  a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co,, Brockville, Ont,  ***************  A   Standard    Medicine.���������Parmelee's  world for her purpose. ". j Vegetable  Pills,  compounded    of  en-  The first time he ever saw her he | tirely vegetable substances known to  resented her appearance. He was out j hava a revivi ying.and -salutary effect  in the lonely Antarctic then: cut off j ������Pon .������������ digestive organs, have  from the world. It was on a sunny ihrough years of use attained so emi.  morning in January six years ago, I ������������������*��������� n position that they rank as a  the Discovery was fast in the ice, and \ standard medicine.   The ailing should  *  *  *  *  *  ;i  :;  *  *  *  *  *  *  Smith wns n finclooking chap. He.  was lialchet-fiicod nud beutle-browi'd,  nnd gimlet-eyed, nnd lantein-jnwod,  and apple-cheeked, with mutton chop  one Ihnt stood next to tho door  -Life  "Ever ride on the Clinttihoochie and  Alfalfa?"  "Nope,"  "It doesn't make nny particular dif.  ference on that mud whether you n������k  for an upper berth or a lower?' i   ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������       i      ���������        mi..  "Whv not?" I whiNkurs und a square chin.  " 'OiiuHo every limn a train goes into i  tlm ditch it's sure   to   turn   upside j    1" Hi" treatment nf mmmior civm-  down,"���������Clevelutnl Plitindenler. ��������� plaints, the   mint   effective    remedy                       (that, cun be iihoiI is Dr. J.  D,  Relit it is not Wilson's it is not a fly Hogg's Dysentery Cordial.     It    is   a  ond.    Every  packet  of  the  genuine standard preparation, nml many poo.  ���������    "f i -i     .... i .. ,.  i..  .......... t() 0{|U11  A Sad Truth  X.mKoX? o?*S AA ^nd j ^ tho?ShSt'ffittJS  nn o'Minl period of work and rest, and   ,.,,���������,��������� ,���������n ,1.*   ���������  would never let one out of its turn. ,v,"r ,uu ,lr",h'  Consequently, instead of being allow-  ed to select the stood they most tnu-  eind, his customers hnd to take thn  If  wait-  Both  her situation, and indeed that of the  whole expedition, was a little serious.  The Government had guessed this,  and had sent this old but carefully  chosen whaling vessel racing through  the Mediterranean and Suez Canal,  tugged along at top speed by cruisers  arid more cruisers until,, .with the  other relief, ship, the Morning, she  eame up to the edge of the Antarctic  ice pack. Capt. Scott and  some of  "his companions were discussing after  breakfast their plans for the day,  when suddenly they saw a ship. Then  Wilson exclaimed, "Why, there's another!" and there was the Terra Nova.  The sight meant safety and home  again, but there were considerations  which made tbe reflection not completely delightful. The Antarctic has  its claims and its hold, and the explorer hiis a very sensitive pride; and  so, beforo he turned in that night,  Capt- Scott wrote in his diary. "In  spite of the good home news and the  pleasure of seeing old friends again. I  Z i was happier last night than I am  ���������to-night.   ���������  However, he marked the Terra Nova  for her sterling worth, and he paid  $60,000 for her when he determned  on- this new expedition. In the meantime she had gone back to hor whaling and ho had returned to the navy  to command'battleships and cruisers.  A fair amount of money has now  been spent on her ��������� most carefully  spent���������and she has become a ship  of, good looks and some excellent conveniences. Sho hns te accommodate  nearly sixty officers, scientists, and  crew, and with the three yenrs' provisions thnt she takes with hor���������nil  sfllocted this time with tho most exceptional thoroughness nnd packed in  special cases so that no enso is too  heavy for ono man te carry���������thoro is  no room to spare for anyone or anything. And yot tho scientists' laboratories and special deportments which  have boon constructed in hor nro big  enough nnd woll fitted and complete,  Thero is nothing wanting.  remember this. Simple in-their composition, they can be assimilated by  the weakest stomach and are certain  to have a healthful and agreeable effect on the sluggish digestive organs.  "Murphy has raised the prices at  his eating, house."  "Yis. Lnsht year 'twas th' Dinni3  hot'l.   Now 'tis, th' Hot'l Dinnis."  Minard's���������LinlmennCures Colas;"Etc:  The Barber���������"Shall  face twice?"  The Patron���������"Yes,  left."���������Brooklyn Lifo.  I go over your  if   there's any  Every good article is imitated by  unscrupulous people who try to sell  their goods on the" reputation of  others. Our readers are reminded  that thore is only one fly pad, that is  Wilsons'. Insist on getting the genuine, and avoid disappointment.  Yes, but. the waiters keep sober."  Cleveland Lender.  Physicinn���������"And would you like to  bo a doctor, Jack "   -    *  Mother while Jack is still hesitating)���������"No, no! 'ino dear boy could  not kill a fly!"���������Punch,  ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE  '  . TORONTO,   CANADA.  Under the control of the Depart-  ment of Agriculture of Ontario.-  Affiliated with the University of  Toronto.  COLLEGE OPENS SKPT. 30, 1910.  Calendar on Application.  E. A. A. GRANGE, V.S., M.S.,  Principal  It dlil not moot with their approval  thoy hml to do without t. ride, Hetii'e,  tli" proverbial oxptossion, "Hobi������orr*i  choice," used to signify a choicn  without an alternative.  Wilson's  gliiininti'i-il to pie employ it in pivfiTiviv  Tho  A Stroke of Luck.  fact  that  Lord   Aiinaly,  who  Lore of the Weddlng-Rlng.  Tn the Isle of Man tho wedding-  ring wns formerly used us nn instrument of torture,   Cyril Davenport, In  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that j that thero onco existed1 a custom1"in  finnfaln   Mctrriirv ! 'hnt island  "according to which nn  wniain Mercury, u..mi.in.*.i ������iri wi���������. i���������.d i���������.0n offend-  iis mercury wijl surely destroy the I od by n mnn could bring him te trial,  sense of smell and completely derange nnd If ho were found guiltv she would  the whole system wlun eiiiering it ho presented with n sword.'n rope, and  through l hi* mucous surfaces, Such,, rintf. With tho sword sho might  articles slioti'd  never be used except' cut   off his  head,  with  tbo rope  slm  TELKWA, B. C.  On main line of Qrnnd Trunk Pacific Railway, in midst of rich  agricultural und mining district.  Lots from $100 up, Write for full  particulars.  NORTH COAST LAND CO'Y, Ltd.,  410-11-12 Winch Building,  Vancouver, B.C.  London Oflice, 8 Old Jewry   ,    "ii proscriptions from reputable nliy-   might   hang  him,  or  with   tlm  ring  curioun nickname of "fllop-   sh'i|iiis, n* th" damage tliey will do is; ������\i0  might  tnnrry  him.    It  is  suld  ^rm������.������ iw:*', Rise  Ur ������r-)������bli tin bt iiiipi'td with  /\BSORBINE  AilaoitlllSK,^3h���������>r nr.nkM.lt  ��������� tioiil*. r������moT*i P������inful Dwmiitift, J������.  I������r������������d dirndl, OoltfK, ������������������������������*, Uruli.i, Virl  ������ni������V������lii|.  Vtrldu.il'-., 111,1 R.,rtt   AI!|>| Ptle,  knees for you,   Have you no pity?"  "I   Certain!)'   have,   Ilo lice,"   pnuke  tip the pretty llirt, ns tdie reached for  hor handling. "Here's a nhilling. (lo  nud ud your trousers pn^ed. After  hi much betuling they niu.-t be awfully buggy."  plaints.  Mrs. IT,���������I see there's a man in  Kt'iuice wim has murdered three of his  wives III niii'i-CKMidli, I'd like to HOC  tin* imm who would muni r un*.  Mr, II.���������Su would I, my dear,  5������  It was Dizzy Spells  Gave the Warning  can In  ������uti* that cvt'iy dom*  bring* you so much nearer to health  and vigor.  M....      ������������������������'������������������  .    M.,,ii.  \v.V-     Cliff  t^iie., writ������������  "Bifiire  1   begun   lifting  Fainting   Alio   Alarmed   Her���������NOW, -.old mul  Strength and Energy are Restored  by DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD  I'aiii is often a blessing in di������giii*i'.  For when you nuffer you get iu earnest Ur. riium*"* Nerve Food, I was in a  about a cure, terrible condition, di/7,y spell* would  Many who are in a really serious oniric over iih* and I would full to the  condition from nervous exhaustion do floor.   I could not ������n much as sweep  not realise they ate in danger becnu������e tin* lloor without fainting.   My nerv-  they have no pain. mi* >.,v������ti tti was all run down,  Thev are wenk nnd omily fatigued, "fWt������ir������   fnih-d  f������    help    me  their digestive system  laek*  the  ne-  ccumary vigor to digest food, iip|M>titie  irt    p- wi    .111.1    .Ui    l.y,    ill    ilii-   i��������� , tllr,   it,  wiiiie. Suiiii.' t vt ii liuii! iliuy unlll,  and fainting spoilt, im hnd the writer  of tlu������ letter, Li-Ioie redlining the d������u.  ger liny ure in.  To nueh h*������ar1 failure or ������ome form  >o r  turned lo Dr, Chnne'ii Nerve |*'ootl.   J  ������o���������ti  {>���������!���������  that  It  wn* a fiod-yend  to  llll     i������ tllll-,'     I    C<M������i4    Iul    Hllll     tt    VWtn  fvi'miiig nty *y������t.iii.   I can mm wipIi  nnd d������ tin- hoii-i work without dilli-  cully nnd tt'iif id) ij. .iii {or the cun  to l������r. CI������u������'V Vtrve Knod."  lottery ticket*, ntul on one occasion  the Unit sent him by tiiiMnke n nun1-  hor of whole ticket* instead of quiif- .  tw, eighth*, and sixteenth!*,,   A* h������ i  could not dU'io-e of tliein they  We'"> |  loft on  hi*  bund-', nnd  he  wrote to .  say   it   must   not   occur   ngiiin,   hut  meanwhile ono of the offending tick*  cts had drawn a prize of $JM,inno.  Pleturn Which Led to Marriage.  The   recent   death  of  Sir   Willinin  T*nllei>   i-r.t-i.lt-   M,r>    n .n>'i ft it,   tln,i-   Af  hi* ninrrtnge.    He  wns  king  ill  at  UeAutt    *W'������.-;ii;-Ii     .n'ii-t     die    .Irii.iln't  Ciiminilgii,   uud    his    friend4   alinnM.  Imred   him   beyond  endurance   with  their de-MTiptuiiM of  Mi**  Kliwihelli  Thompson'* pietur", "The Roll (.'nil"  At   tbo  flr*<t  importunity *ho  ������n������'  the  ��������� , i * i    -,i    .  that lie n >k ei I hi* friend, the lliiehe-*  of St. Alli.iii*. to secure for hlm nu  introduction te the nrtWt. Tbi* nhe  ���������did, and in n few week* the snlliint  soldier and tirti*t were married.  "No Tlpi."~  f.rtrd Pcf'iio, f.-irrt'iii* *i-i -t biinfcr A  hie ttitine, mn* M������������i<>r nl th- ||tit>.* l>,r  two year*. For holdltif thi* position  in- wit* entitle*! to ii Hilary ,,| HvJ. ,i������>.  nud h|m> to claim nn a "tip" tin* silver plate used at the King * table on  -Coronation Hay. Hi* lord-hip, in.*-  ������>v������r, doe* not agree with tlpptif,  and nf both hi* rottntry hon������< :n  ,**.T*lh I,������inc.i.������hire arid hi* ������le>o*;; .*���������  r*nv in lh<������ north ������h* v|������jfor bnd* ">'<������  urfioei  of  the   syMeiii.    Iu  buying  tnuiriiigo  service  it  wn*  the oii������tetn  Hull's Cnliirrli Cure be mire vou gel   fnr the hrldeitroon to put the ring on  the thumb of hi* bride, saying, "In  Uu  genuine.     It   is   tiiketi   i'lterilllllv  nnd made in Toledo, Ohio, hy V. ,i  ''lieiuy A <''<    T' -litii'Uiisil- fr-e  Sold  bv druggists,    Price,  7f>o  per  bottle.  Take Hull'*  Family  Fill* fur cop.  Hlipiltiotl,  w. r, toun. t.t.t., iv Tim������ii it., imimiitM, Min.  t*-4������<������ IM., I^iiimi, tmiml,.,it.  llll tirwikil If Mir'M Kill ���������  Wi*** Cl��������� W\*m**t 1  i������i������ Nitinii int i eniKiiii Ci.. wiMi������������t **t tutmi  lli MiKirili Ini. Cl IK., Vinitiir,  Conundrum*  Wleii dny breiik", what In eiiiiie*  the  pieces!'  .     iiui   ....  nil.i  iijuiiHiig   i in* .in ii  i one ;i* sillv?  When sh" p.it* out  tub-* to cnliii  ' *������.f* wsit. i wlieii it nin- l,-*'l  1    Whnt plant i* ttmA fut-iI tu mice?  i    ('iit-nip.  Ihe mime of the Father," then on the  next linger, j-aying, ,nil tint ,s���������u,".  nnd tbou on the lliird liiufor, unving,  "ami of the Holy (ile -t." Dually on  the fourth linger, with tlio word,  "Anien."  The ring wa.* left there bocau-e, n������  iho Sarum rubric *,iv*. "n vein pro-  In tbo  COC*l>   tlielic,.   |���������   the   lienrl  ! modern iriarringe service the  ii-���������i , pi,4i'.'.i <ii on.,..  t>'|., \tu-     If,.ii n.,i;..i  unilersloud,  ii'tui  [in   imii  I,,     .\.:,     *t'r!..;i  ring i*  linger,  ���������     Ve;l  '���������  Stop  That  Limp*.  The genuine Mt. Vlitme'* Serve Food  of pturtnlyi-i* i* liahlf to <w>!we at any t-r-nr* fiortrait *iti>I *ttfia1nr^ of A, W  moment, flm-c,   Ml),   tin-    fumoii*    Reeeifit  Why not t������k������* oehnite action to-day  Hook nnthor.   Mi ft������   n host, nil ttenj.   welcome lecend prominently di-p!"'*  ua tbnt rettoration may Hetin at one*   en ot Kdman**.n, Itateti A Cf>., T<������- e������l In all the hediwMW. "No twain*-.  Von can get Dr. Clmi.*"* Nerve Fooil ronlo.   Write for tree ropy   of   l>r   tie* ������r������ to be given lo any oi the  at alimrtt any etore ������litre medicine ii Chaee'i R������eip<*. > *erv������nu." I  DODDS   '  > KID NET  fa, PILLS,  I'm, -zr,  * r-H7  ',   ni\   *     V  Th# "dapurt**.* Bttht."  Frltico Fushiini. ������1.������������������ ba* been prtv-  Ing it vi������it to (Stent  Hritain, is n full  l������r-|.|.r'lt     III    |l.,.     t',1 .-,.   r   ..    -ir,,,,'      ,.\   exploit* have e.iii.e.l I ,r film Ibe title  <���������< the ".liipiiiii*������n  Iiui.* "   Ho it  wn* '  who  during   the    L'ii--i-.ln|iiitt   War  landed n  divinimi nt   \nntoa, cut off  Fort Arthur, uiel ret up the fiimoii* ;  rit'Utt   of   tbnt   eitii���������!> I.     lli*   son   Uut, <  Prince Iliroyn*u, who i* a comninn- ;  dor   In   the   nave     I'uvc   cuti-fiicnoii* '  proof.*   m|   hi-   brjivery   in   tlie   Hiilii'i  caui|������aipn, nnd wa* wounded  in one  of   i'l.t    mr.l   '..i'-f' ' ������������������������������������ *   ���������      I'I ���������'���������' ''    I if-  :  lllllli'* n-eiiiid M**.! !���������' 'die oil cuiiii-  1rj*. Three year* ng" I"* vi������i|r*i(| fhe  (Vtttf' cf i't. .Inn..-' i, ��������� ,i return vi-it  te that cf Pnie.i Arthur of Con-  naught to Japan.  A Naity Name.  1    Veil  wn*  ihe  fi.imc A fro������ defon-  ! dant in n motion tm-tntm Vfr, Ju*ti*e  Parker m Loielmi to retrain an al>  t kaeaj nuiMitce by not*������.  '"I. m i* .'.-t 'I,,.-'i.f i.������rl,������������ tmrte  (���������lo i n,������������il, hrilihv %������,%*, wtlllag  aidi*������t*i tuile11o������d<Uy*wetk,  IV)������'I !������l ��������� Sp.vit. Cm*, tptlnl.  apriin, Rlif bo������������ ur **y ������lbrt I^Mt-  ir*t krtp y*ur huiM la tbt tubte.  Cute It wllh  Kendall's  Spavin Cure  II ciifM wlihenl l*i*l������f t er-er,  bl'wirli or wbilc luln-b*c������ut*ll<l(i������i  ���������Ot lllltl'f.  rent Rtlit, ������.C..)uinl������lhhW  "Htw l������m HilRiyMir t,l������l������������m far  J.,-. ,<��������� t I t.l ,, ,|( I,,,, j.���������,, ,,j ..������,n(>  ll������������f noi l-"������i w fhoi-i li for trijr������r������.**  nnonoit Gonttott.  fl, i l������-.|t*.������- fi f������r |S F.*ifl>*i tm  fnuiu'lift' I ie' liiA 1,tf ill (iMlrr*.  Atk d,r fi������* **���������**, "A tr*iiit������ Ua Tht  llo.w   hi wnlt ttrnlmt tmvi. II  mi j ammtaim*e*m*tm*.r*.  W. N. U., Ne. SOS. THE  NEWS, 'CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The Guraberlai!^ ?few^  issued  Every   Tues-iuv   bv   tiu*  Comox   &   Camberland  -publishing  Company  This paper will imr lmhl iti������e!i'  responsible for the opinions nl'oili-  ers, as may appear in its column*-  *roin time to timo.  TUESDAY,    Sept, ;2drli,    1910,  coast lam) district.  District ot Oo.i.4. Unn;o 2.  TAKE NOTICE tint K.lwnrd 0  Tovnaend  of    Vancouver,   B  C ���������  gentleman, intend* to npply for per-  misffon to purobase the following  described lands:    Commencing al 11  ,poit pianted about 7  utiles   north  and 2 miles east of tlu  t-outhcat't  corner of CL 3358, thf-rop south  80  chain?,   'hence, west   80   chains,  tbencr north 80 chain.���������*, ihence east  80c}:nn3,to   post   of  commence  ment, containing 640 ac/es, more or  leas.   EDWARD C TOWNSJCND.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  TMTPKRT LAND DISTRICT  '1'iarriut n> Kme t-   '  ���������  AKE iKtio- th*. LitiHEleaiur J������n!iu-  ii, ol tfan-itnn r. B '"....ccui-ntioo.'nwr-  ii.d woman, i toi.d  t. awuly t.ir permis-  1,1,111 topurchtwe the followme iieeciibtd  tmi'si-L. E. JenkinKiii'a S. K. corner,  O n.menoiuM ���������t  *  poet pin ted at the  n..rlh tarn, ei.rn**r of Secii-n 1, Towi.Bhip  ���������il, hence we-t 160 cHahm, thence north  -8 chaina,   m������re or less to Georgia L -V e,  In nee east along tho lak������ shore to Town-  hip line, thenco south 38 chuius mora or  Ibh to plaoe ot eomuieneemeut containing  540 acres, more or lean.  LILLA ELEANOR JENKINSON,  ,. .  , . Ww. Leslie, Agatit.  OiU'd June 23rd, )9|()  COAST LAND D'STRICT.  KUi-ElU'LANB DISTKICT  District oi Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE tint L*lla Kl-renco  Jenkins u, of VjhooiivitH. C. oioupnti n  Spiimt ir, mtoudB t������ apply to>' et-roit a������>u  to purchase (he f-Uowiitf dtsoiibe.t laud-:  Commencing at * pott pla-ito at th-  north east corner of suctinn fill, Town-  si ip 'JO, theuce aoutt- HO chains, tho.ee  went 80 chain , theioe uordi 80 iihninK.  ���������hei Ci*. eascSOohaiiB to pi..co ot e������m-  meuoMnear, co taining 010 ner s more  or loan.  LILLA FLORENCE JENKINSON,  Wm. Lerthtj, Ayo.it.  Dat������d June 21st 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form   No. tl.  Form of Notice.  Coast District,  District bt Range 2.  TAKE notido Ihnt William Leek, ������rt  Vancouver, occupation Engineer, intends  to apply for penniasiou to purchase tho  following described Und*:���������  Commencing at a p.<st planted on the  beach about one and u luit miles South  Kint from the South K<at eorm-r of C. L.  :-KJ5������S. thence North eigtily (80) cii������iiiB,  thence Ej*t eighty (SO) ehtitiB, thencu  South (80) chaius, thot.ite Vo t (80)  oliaiiiB, to point of commence meat, "containing six hundred iu-d forty am us, more  or Km.  WILLIAM LKKK  N.me of AppdOiui  Dated June 4th, 1910.  District of CotiSt, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tli-it Frank W.  Letson, of Vancouver, li C, broker,  intends to apply for permirsion to  pvircha.se tbe followi- \> described  lands: Commencing at a poet  planted about 7 mile-* north nnd ?,  riiiles east of the bouUi ajt. corner ot  *CL 3358. thence north 80 -chair.p.-j  thence east 80 chain?, *. hence south  80 chains, thence wtn-t 80chainK, to  post of commencement, containing  640 acrei, moro or']-*-*---.  FRANK W LEESON.  Dated July 27th, 1910  COAST LANlM.MtfTRlST.  District of Coast. Range 2.  take notice that George More,  of Vancouver, B.C, binkcr, io'euds-  io apply for permissi n to purchase  tlio following deHcribe I landi-: Com  nieiicingat a post pi:-: moil nhout 7  mile9 north and 2 mi e- eaBt of tbe  southeast corner of CL 3358, thenco  north 80 chnins, tlience wes-t 80  chnins, thence soutli 80 chiiim*.  tlience eaat 80 chum- ������o posi of  coititnencement, coniainina t>40  lu'rcp, more or Iobb. ukokgk moue.  Puled July 27th, 1910,  KUi'E K r LAN D DISTK ItT  District uf Kupeit  TAKE NOTICE "that  Paddy Clement  Blythf, of Vancouver,  Ii, C. couupatiuu  Logger, intends to appb  for parmieen o  to purchase thefolowwKdescril-ed lam's:  Commencing at a po.-.t planted a- ttie  southeast      corner     of        Sec-  liiii 13. township 21, nurk^d  P. C. Bly-  thj S. E. corner, th<.nc* n rth 80 ului -h.  thunCd wrsc 80 chains,  tii.noo souih Hu  ch.iine, theate e������t 80 clique tu plaoe ut  coinmeuct meut,   oimtuini.ig   Gib  acres  mine or lee>������  PAUDY CLEMENT BLYTHE  '.Vm. Leslie, Ageut.  Dated June 30th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Disuict of Rupert.  TAKE uot ce thBt William Robirsi,  of \uiiiiuu,it, I), v. occu^at-mi aa.c8.i.an  r teuds ui nppjy for permis-Lm to pur-  chasB the full.iwirg d-sciibtrt lai.d-: C m  uieu.uux at ������t a p..������t plauted ut the S. K.  corner oi ���������jcoiuu S4, T wm,hip 21, marked \V. Kobuuon,   s. E.  comer,  thei.c  uunh 80 oiiaiiib, thance wiat 8u chains,  iheueeMiut. 80 ciiain.,   theuce  east bu  ui.iiiiirt io place ot eo.umencemeut, coatuu  ai^friOracreBf-nr-jr-rcrterar-*���������-��������� ���������  WILLIAM ROBINSON  ,, t , , Wm., Leshe, Ageut.  HatadJu-ie 30th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No, D,  Foria ot Notice.  Coaet District,  District of Range 2.  TAKE nutice that Verna Leek of Vancouver, occupation Spinster, intends to  apply for permisbi.n to purchase the following desoribed lands;���������  Commencing at a post planted at the  North West corner of Nn, 1, theuce West  eighty (80) cliaii.s uiore ur les to C. L.  8358, thence North eiglry (8;i) chains a-  long O, L. 335S, thence Eaat egh'y (80)  chains, theuce South eighty (80) chaiu*,  ta the poiut of coiume. t-emei.t, coutaia-  iug six hundred and foity (tiW) acien  mure or less.  VERNA LEEK  Name ot Applioant.  Dated June 4tb, 1910.  nonhe.ist corner of No 6, l>eingfour!  miles north of the south .vest corner of  No l, thence north So chains, jheiice  ���������.vest 8o chains, thence south 8o chains  thence east 8o chains to tbe point of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated Juue 4, 1910.  LJ)>ND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice,  Coast District,  District ef Range 2,  TAKE NOTICE that Walter Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  at a post planted at the nonheast corner  of No 4 (being three miles north of the  southwest corner of No 1) thence north  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, tlience  south 80 chains, thence west 80 oh.iins,  to the point of commencement; containing six hundred and   lorty,   640,  acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name ot Applicant-  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notico,  Coast Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Burton Holland, oi Vaocoaver; occupation, ao-  ceuntftnt, intends   to ������Fply ior permission eo purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a poet  planted at tha north eaat oorner of No  12,  being four  milea nortb and  two  miles weit of tbe south weat comer ol  No. 1, thence north 80 chains, thenct  1 wist 80 cbainr,theuoe aouth 80 chain*  I tbenoe east 80  chains, to the point ot  e maienoement, containing 640 aores,  more or less.  BUBTON HOLLAED,  Named Applicant.  Dated June 7th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  LAND ACT-  Form No. '9.  !.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE thnt Ruili KoziaCUrk  of Viu.couver, B. 0., occupation. marrWl  woman, in-ouda to apply f r peraiiasinti  to puiohtwo the followiot? tiisuri md landa:  C"m iiuiiuinnc a* ������ p ist��������� jdmud at the  Houth OHHt oirner of Huoti 11 I, I'nwnship  ai,'hence north SOcliaicn, t.h������*nc������ wtrnt  HO cliiiiim, theuoe south KO Ay.au ; tiitnoo  Ml"t 80 i)|l������illH to   pi 100 of 0 ililUu.i lollluiU,  ooutuiuiiitt 0*10 imi om, uiori or 1 ������t  HUH I \Am.\C1l1i\liK,  Win. liOriio, .Itotit.  Dated Jime 21st, 19n/.  HU MART LAN D. DISTRICT  ])i-tric- of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that I. E ward Tlmn  lex, > f Vanui.uv**, B.C.. ooiipaMuii, Tiav-  [ e Itr. iutends to apply fur pcrm:s������Lni to  fUiutusu ti.u f ��������� loiiuy (Jo>crn ol   l.-nd.".*  C m u<utdtij* at  n poat planted  ar.  ih  north ean co ner nf S������'etiou  I'i, IWM111  21,  hence uist 80 ch.ius. tli-nce s-u h  -W cbaius. th.uce wtat 45 chains nio.eo'  lean to  Oorgiu  Luke,  ihe 01 w������itcii\  along noi11 uiiore of lake 1*5 cbain-, ui..it<  or K-s-> U> whore Huutiou i.uo Ihhw ui  Seo,  12 nud ID interwutb ln<et themvi eau (iu  oliaiiis moro or let*- tn piaei.* of niu-int'i-���������>���������  iMiiut uiwii'lb.-d on po4 80 oh ii.s t.i U. K,  ciruer, E Tlioriib y, eo'iitiini g Hid iii'rtia,  mum or bt,   EDWARD TIIOIUXLEV.  W1u.L0.i10, Age.d,  Da ed >live 28th, 1010,  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKB NOTICB tbat 0������>r$r������ Noitnni  Worsley, of Vmicouver, H.C. oumpation  b ink-keoper, intoudu tn ujn,i> for penni ���������  ri hi '.1. unruhaao tho foli.iwnK dencribml  IiiuiIb:--Ciimmeuoing at u .(n't pUuted at.  1)10 miiitli w*������it oorner of S 0 I m 18,To iu  ��������� ulp 8, pons muritod G. N tVor lev's 8.  VV, uiirnor, thourooiut 80 cliaina, tho 1*  tmr'b ������Wi oIi'iiiM, iltenue >ust 80 ehains,  tnut. 1 bi>iUi 80 i.iiuiud t [i aeo < f cii.ii-  1 ioii'.-.uoih, uoutuiniog 011 imroii, uiorH  1 r leaf*.  UEOItOE NORMAN WOR-iLKV,  VV 111. Leslie, Agent.  D t������d .Timo 2!)tli, 1010.  '     m/i^trT/U^lHs^lici1  DiHtiiotrf Rutuit.  TAKK NO'f'ICK that s rplien Ho th,  of Vancouver, ll.O,, oci'iip ton, loni-  ko per. Inlrnd* to apply fuj* p .muHiin* In  I'M rot me tliii following itiMi.ih'd la. d-:������������������  b, Siiuili, N, W������ oronur. i.'iiiniui'nciiin at  h jiimt pUutoil on Towimnip I no at mut h  f. t part of Hcorglu Lai":, llm u������ width  l.iHalnitm, moro orb iih ti iu������ i|Uiuti-r  pmt, lui.wom .Siction ill md IIH,   i'.nv .-  ��������� lip Da ui *J0, tliciico c i't -lu cr, um,  tiiuuoi nofh IflO nlmina, tu iicuweHt 40  ill -i.s, lli*ii(.'i Month Si ul* it- n-duujiit  Mnimaiiunmuut, oontu ui u UIO ortia,  vioeorl.-s*.      STEl'HK.V   C������PH,  Wm L -ii.*, Autmt.  Diod 'i|/ie!Kli.J, 1010  RUPF.KTUNUD1K-IHIUT  Uliituot of Kiipon.  I .������uh Nl.'l i< t. 111.( .11 .111 Lintuii*, w'  * ������noi'ti"������*r. II. C 'ccitii i ���������., Uiiiiinr, n.-  timlM tn .nd"." ror poililH i ii to pit . Iwcc  dl������ mil mutt d-NoiiUai Jmii.ik; -C'luiiiitli  ding tin iiOii. piniitml > t Um ..i������ U itatx  1 ���������nut nl n*c ion 'dt, Tow i-Lh,i 2h, thfiiu  T. 1U, tkll.il...I.-, 'A., ���������..���������, , .'. '." .* ,.i .-,-  t ii.���������in uo"'* ������'lclinllii, . irl.c, ������<UtC *  VidntilmlxeMoi coliiiiiin.. .( uunt, nun-  I.n un������ 'Md Huron, nmrn u 1   ..  JOHN , it KINK.  Wm   i.i> iu, A������eut  ]>.itoil Judo SUt, Ml,').  RUl'MRI'LANDDISTHIOT  District of Rilpert.  TAKEWOTICE tlmt I, niiiiub) Bow.  don, of Vaiicouvir, U. C tiooupiuion ini..  ing entinrer, into ds 10 npply for p. rin a  siou in pti'OtiRdo the fnllowug ae-ur bed  IiiiuIk:���������Ciiinro������uciiig ������t 11 pi^t pliint'd ui  tb** aouth atml corner0' K.iitkm 2, Town  ship -21. tli.quo nor h 80eliiiiim, theme  ��������� hii80 cbnfim, theuoe snutli 80 cbdns  thi): 00 wu������t 81) ohtdan, tu pliioet of oanuii  ei uement, coiitumi g 040   ere , iiimo ur  Ichk. SAMUEL 1U)VM)EU,  (Vm, Leslie, A|<eiit,  Diittid June 21st, 1610  LAND ACT.  Form N.i.'J.  Form of Nuioe.  Ona������t Die*rict kiiugii2.  TAKE NOTICE th t Kh imriue Brnwo,  {iinuipatioa  widow,  iuieudi* tu apply for  p. rmiation to puichafe the f *lln������ing defended  lunils:   C iuniiincii k dt a puBt  planted st the unrtlu-a t corimr of  No 2  [(lieiiiKtwi miles north of the Hunthw^t  corner of No l) tbeucj torth eighty [80)  clmius,  tiienci uet t-iulitv (80) olmiim,  theuce south eighty (8������) ohniua,  theuoe  eeai eighty [80] ebaina, to tlio point ������f  coiumeucetneut, oontaiuioff n'x buudred  aud forty [640),������ures, ramo nr lew.  KATUttUINU UROW.V,  Name uf appiiunnt  Dated June 4,1010.  HUfKUT LAND OUTKICf  Dili 1 ict ..f Rupert,  TAKK NOTRE th.(, JU'dne AMiliy, nf  v'niioniivir, B. V,, I'Oiinudiun, marriei  woman, intends tn apply f<>r pmnrsHlon  u������ (.itirpliu-o tliv fo.liMii.K d-i-dibeU iniul ;  C ^imi e- ol it nt a post planted ut tin  HOtihwmt turner of Weoti"n 8111, Town-  fillip 21 thenoo tit r,t'i 80 ulmi ������, tlitoivi*  wa. HO oliniib, dinuuo Hoiiili 80 chains,  thi'iico t-a t 81) oimins, tn nlaflu of cnim-  iiicemmt o-nlni in������ (Wfl ������ore������, ������"<ro er  Ic, ll.WDKi: AMIliY,  Win, Lt'tdlu, Awent.  Dated June Uist, 11)10.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Ity amnt Uturlrs Ton|i*, aud  miy miu ciliivtiml MotitlUy  tesvlitturan which women eau  lepumf. Bold lit thmi dm***  it itmnittb-lio, \, h) NoT,  l?���������-!r^,,!.trtJ*!*������0������i,Wl_������pLK  r iimhiui owiem tl> (ior bos  >M 17 aU drureiBts, or so a  lf������p������;d on r������oc(nt of prtos  *uHmtn.t\,^������tT$mi^w���������  Th* OreiU  KnnllAi   Item flu.  'iVinan nml'nvltfomtiwtfiti w Imii  ,'.'.������<''/���������<��������� ^K*?"1! i������������ik,l������< Ai<-1  Hksn In Olil Vnlnit Oiir^n S*rr  Iktiu-ty, MtimUt unit trmimH tirr, J>  jHiiHtsney, FUtriinl tyenknrits. Ktwutrlenn, A/t  r_ .. w. i������lKriif ���������& 7mu ������.������,.,......,,  ���������vidcuro. Buiit of all drnMUM fit iimilul ji.  plalf) Ijkjr. on Us������lM ofpi^Jj,,jjjfjj JJU'^' Wi<  rnrnntthOmi,  -in  I'riee 41 pcrW. tttitjf *������ *���������"* V" Phir-.',  X.Kl-We%  Mwswaar  Form of Notiee.  Coast District,  District of Range 2.  TAKE notice that. Elanor Leek of Vancouver, occupation  Mar.ied woman,  intends tn apply for permisiiiii tu purchase  tli������ following described lands:���������  ~_iJoiiimencLg,at,aJpiistipl!i.iiteA_^t_tJlfi.^  North West oorner of No. 1, theme Nurtli  eighty (SO) oliaias. thctiue Bant (80) chaius  thence South eighty (811) cliiins, theuce  Woat (80) chains, tu pui.it of couimencfr-  mont, co taiuiag mx huud ed nud forty  acres, moie or less.  KLANDR LEKK  Name of Applioant.  Dated June 4tb, IS))0.  h'orm of notice.  Co*������st Diitiict Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William H  Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to apply for permission  to. purchase the following described  lands; Commencing at a post planted at  the north east corner of No. 6, beint;  lour miles north of the south west corner  of Nn. 1;, tlience north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thence west 80 ohains, to the point of  commencement, containing six hnndred  And forty acn s, more or less.  WILLIAM  H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9.  Form ol Notice.  Ooast District, Range 2  TAKE NOTICE that Alex F Brera-  ner, 0! Beaton, occupation engineer,  intends to apply for pertniaeion to purchase the followinp described landa*.���������  Coromenoiug at a p<8t planted at tbt*  noitheagt comfrot No 12, being (our  miles nortb and two milea west of the  southwest comer of No 1, tbenoe north  80 chaios, tbenee east 80 chains,  thenoe south 80 obains, tnence wesi  80 ehains, to the point oi commend���������  ment, containing 640 acros, more or  lest. ALEX F. BREMNER.  Name ot Applioant,  Dated June 7,1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form ol Notice.  Ooast Pin trie*, Range 2  TAXB   NOTIOB   that   Jobn   M.  St>.wart, of Vancouver, occupation car  penter. intends to apply for   permit*  sion to purchase tbe following described  lands:���������Commencing  at a  post  planted at tbe northwest corner of No  11, beiDg tbree niles north and three  miles west of tbe southwest corner of  No 1, thence uorth 80 chains, tbenee  west 80 chains, tbenee south 80 chains  tbenee east 80 ohains. to the point oi  commencement, oontaioiofz',640 aores,  mote or ltss. JOHN M.STEWART,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 0,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice,  Coast Diatriot, Rsuge 2.  0  TAKE NOTICE that Alexander .McPhee  of Vaucauvur, occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purohaie  tbe following described lauds*.���������Commenoing at at a post planted at tbe uorth west  oorner of No. 12, being four milts north  aud three miles west of tbe south west co..  nor of No.l, tbenee north 80 ohains.tlience  west 80 chaius, thence sooth 80 chains,  tbenee east 80 ohsins, to the point of commencement, containing 940 aurs*-, more or  leas. ALEXANDER McPHEE,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June Cth, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District of Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that George Whalen, oi Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intend< to apply for permission to purchase   the   following, described  lands  Commencing at a post planted about om  mile west from the north west corner ol  No 2, being two miles   north  and  two  miles we-ii of the south west corner of No  1 i tlience north 80 en tins, tlience east So  Form o( Notice,  Ooast District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tbat John Morav-  ic, of Vancouver, occupation constructor, intends to apply for permission  to purchase tbe followiog d-scriberi  landnt-Comroeuctng at a post plan tid  at the northeast corner ol No 14, U -  ing five miles north aod two ni'es  west of tbe southwest oorner of No 1,  tlu nee nortb 80 chains, thenoe weet  80 chains, tbenee south 80 chains,  tbenee east 80 ohains, to tbe point ol  commencement, containing 610 acres,  more oHes������,=-=JOHN=AlORAMO,���������.  Name of Applicant  Dated June 6,1910.  Ceaut Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Naomi McTbee,  of Vancouver, occupation, mairiedwom.*-i->  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Cum  mencing at a post planted at the uorth.  weat comer of No. 14, being five n-ilen"  north aud three miles west of the south  west 001 nor it !No.l, thence north Bo  ohsins,. theooe west 80 chaius, theuco  south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, to  the point of commencement, containing;  649 aorea, more or lean.  NAOMI McPHEE,  Name of Applicant.  Dfit"ed-JuW6tb7l9l 0.������������������������������������������������������   LAND ACT.  Form No 9.  3'orm of No ice.  Ooast Distriot, Range 2.  TAKB NOllCE that Joseph Mor-  avie, of Vaooonr-rr, occupation tsngiu-  oer, intends to apply for pern imoo to  purchase tbe following drscrlhtd landc:  Oommtncing at a post planted at thi-  rtheast, corner if No 14, leing five  chains,^ence^h Sochains, more��������� "Q^ortb and two ���������������!��������������� west if tns  LAND AOT.  Form No. 0.  *orm oi Notice.  Const. Dishict,  DUtriot i.f Rhu������u Nn 2  TAKK NOUCK tlmt Atniio llromner,of  Hmtun, ocoup dlou eplustur, iateuds tn apply for permit sion lo piuulmue tho follow  log difC ibi'ii lnnd : I omuitliuiug at a post  planted at the north* nnt oornor of No. 2  [Iwing two miles uorth of^ the southwen  oorner of No. 1) thonutiorih eigb'y [80)  chains, tln-noe tm>t righty (80) olmiux,  tho'ice smith slubty (80]  (ilmuis, thi uce  we t ei|ihty [80) ilialni 10 poiut of cum.  iiuiiUHitieiit, ooiiUining six luiiidruil und  forty ((Ho) iioiok, more nr 1������>h.  ANNIK HHKMNKU,  Niuiui of Applicni.t,  Dated June 4, KM0.  KUI'KRT LANU DIM UiUr  f)i'lr;,:f * f I' Hii.it  TAKK NOI'lc; thai Am Kltmior Im-  litii-i-m, ..I V^iKfiuro.', L. (,'.,    ouitpstion,  JitjOUOg.SJ'b*'*, IiiIh.iIh Iii 1 |.( ') l   , |M'ril.������l  nt ������������������ V>i p.|i.*-li. nn i|in fi.l 1   mu   nm r Iku  Un<lt:���������Corn n ucidg n* ������ p si p uu'**\ ������������  tiie i.nrtli **������������*��������� f-tttet et ^-��������� tt-ai xi. it>w ���������  ,!,;., ru, ,������,���������, ������������������#^ hi,   t.  -in*,  |..<ih������-  east Hi) chit n, thniiwi in iih  e*i <mih im>.  Uimo������we*t Wehaine t   pl>������w ���������������������������  ono  msoceuieaV, oonUtmng tVP) .01 r������,   ow   ���������  ADA ELBANOR JKNKI.S-i.0-i.  Wn,  Ij������1 t, . g>m  Dat d,lu e2i.tl������l0.  HAVtVAHIi DIiTUICI',  e   TAKK NOTIOK that r*tv days nfbr  Iste,������, f!|iar'fii II. Ctrnnr. ������t Whs!.-,  town Corte* Isliuid, a������wnnll������h������er, in end  to sp*ly f<ir p#rmkd'm t.i h>a������r f li������ f.illiw  i gii'm-rii-id fiirmnnre: - ('ommeneingatj  ���������1 po^i -tine* I nt the Hiflivninr nintl, !  ���������Pwmt fliit iiliiiin** no'th-rly fivmi tha H  IV, ivirnor of the frtc l'm������l H. VV. ijusrl-  tm*-e,i n .Id, Vitita Island, Uiem* run-  ,ian 11 ��������� h. nliiffly tlltfwtine f<illi.������i'.������ tht-  nnt dmr ,A tbe atmw* Mm* t** a \m*\������t tn.  ���������*hi na mnnllimtly hunt tltr sniil S. VV r���������r  ti*t ���������f d*e frsetion*! b. VV. nn������tt*r *.,>.  ffi-i) '.V' Corii-zlHlsnd, ind nnhririntj ,.11  ��������� fo ''hi-iImiio li*i*>iiiiio������it Ut i.n* w������trr  msrs  , * id Jill; iMth, I9IO.  Clim   H.srilANUH.  LnNIJ ACT-  Form No, 9,  Coast Di-urirt  District ol K-iiihb 3,  TAKK NOTICK tlMilidwin P litem-  ner, ot Vancouver, ociupation broker, intends to apply for permmion to puichimc  ���������A..'   f- \l..Aii^   llc*.*-t;.f.1  h"\-    r���������,���������.  ..n-n.'in^'at :, piv.t plantt'il at   the  north  e.im tinner ol No 4 (being lliree  iniles  norih of the southwest corner of Nn   1)  1 hence noith eighty 80 chitinx,  tlience  west  eighty,  80,  chiini, ihence smith  eiftiny, hu, 1 ii.iiio., uicm.r i.mt ������i^i,t) on  t timet 10 point of commencement,  con  tnininif sis hundred 'ind forty [640} acres  more nr less.  EDWIN l������ IIKBMNBK,  Nameof Appln.ast,  i ll.ned June 4, i<;to.  le.f8.to C. L. 3358, thence west, 80 chains  al-HiK -aid liccn-c to point of commence  ment, containing 640 acres, more or less,  (1EOKGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, i9'o.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9,  Form of Notice.  Const District Ranges.  TAKE NOTICE tli.tl Robert H. Ellis  of Vancouver, occupation,bmkcr, intends  to npply for permission 10 purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  at a post planted ut the souih west corner of No, 10, beinj; two miles north nnd  two miles west of the south west corner  of No. 1, tlience north 80 ulimns, tlience  west 8n chains, ihence stnilli 80 chains,  moro or less, tlience east 80 chains, to  point of commencement, contiiinitijf 6411  acres, more or less,  RUllEkT H. ELLIS,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1U10.   LAM) AC1'.  Form No, 9,  Form of Notice.  Coitii District Kim������e .  TAKE NOTICE tint John O. Arm*  stinnif, of Vancouver, occupation, cleric,  intends to apply for pcrmivilon to purchase the following described liuds!���������  Commencing   nt  n post i-liitited ut the  north oast corner of No. 11, buing three  miles nonii and two iiillcs  west  of llie  south west corner of No, i| thence nonii  80 chains, thence west 8u ch.iine, thonce  thence soutli 80 chnins, ther.re east 80  cliitins, i,i the point ol commencement,  cantnininif 640 itcrer, more nrless.  JOHNG.ARMSTKONd,  \* f    a *t ,  V,ilul}unv 41I1, J9'11-  s uthwe������teorn<ir of Nol, thfiioe nortb  80 chains, tbenoe east 80 chains,  t ������-nce sou tb 80 obains, tht uce west 80  cbaios, to tbe point of commenci-  ment ooutsiniov 040' acres more or  htn, JOdEFU MORAVIC,  Name ut Applicant.  Dutrd Jnnt������ 0 1910  C-iiBt District, R������nge 2.  TAKE NOTICK that L������������wu J. Bull, of  Vmconver," ocoupatiou, foremau. iuteida  to apply for permission to purchase  tho  following described lands: Commenoing  at a post piloted at the north wett conur  of No. 16, beiug u'x imlr* m-rth and three  miles west of the aoutb weat coroer ot No  1, tbenee north 80 chiiu,, thei ee we t 80  chains, theuce south 80 chains, ihenuo  JeaatSO chiini, to the point t.f uommei ie-  meut, ecnininiiiu *4Q note*, more or les������.  LUIVISJ. HULL,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June Cth, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form Nu **  Form of Notiee.  Oosst Ui.iriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE ttiAt William  Haitian, of Vutioouver, oooupation fore  'lino, in (ends to apply for puinitsiot-  to |:urcb������s������ tbe following desctib*.d  Isnds,���������ConimenikR at n post plauted  at the nortbat.it ooruer o( No IG, being six miles nortb aud two miles  west of the southwest eorner of No 1,  tbenee nortb 80 ehaini, thenee west  80 chains, thenoe aoutb 80 chuius,  tbeuOH (-sat 80ohains, to tbe point of  commencement,aoctniniue 010 sorts,  more or less, WILLIAM HAINES,  N������a>eol Applicant,  Dated Jim* 0 1910  LAND ACT  For u No 9,  Form of Notiee,  Ooast Distriot, Range 9,  TAKB NOflOE tbat Of urge 0,  Pratt, ol Vancouver, tceopstiou ae  oountaot, intends to apply lor per  mils *n to purohaie the lollowinR da  serititid landst���������Oowmrtici k������i a post  plant'd ������t the northeast coroer ul No.  10, being nli miles  nnnb and two  milea wost ol tbe aooth west corns r ol  No 1, thsooe iiortb 80 ohains, tl enc������  sss 80 obaii'i. theuet auuth 80 ctiaiof,  ibance weat 80 obalui, to tb������point oi  0i mmineimsui, ooutitinini 640 acres,  mure or lois. OKORUK 0, FHATT,  Naoif ol Applioant.  Dsted Jurs 0,1010  LAND ACT.  Foi-m No. 9.  LAND Ad'.  Fnrm No. ft  Form <d Notioe,  Const District, l<������ii|fu 2,  TAKK NOriuU that Alexuuder J. Stew  urt, nf Viii.oiiiver, oo^upiitioa, o*irpruturr.  iiMo/nlB t������ npply for 1 oraiiMjiou to pur-  ului 0 tlio folhiHiug  desoribed In ds:���������  Commencing at a post .plumed en tne  idinre  about i.'i   milts iu a aouth easterly direction from tha Houth wus; corner of No. 1,  Unmet) ninth  80 chaim,  theuce east 80 chdus, thenoe south 80  chillis,   tbenee xxeA Hii chains, to  point  of comnwuoumeiit, ouiituiubig 640 noros,  mors or less,  AL1SXANDRB J, STEWART,  N nine of Applioant.  Ditto June 9tb, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Furm No, 9. Form ot Notioe*  Oosst Distriot, IUoko 2.  LAND ACT.  Form No 9,  fmrn nt Notice.  , Coast DHtrkt,  THs-riff nt linn-'e r  TAKE NOTICE thai Helen  .Sinn-  0011, of lb ml on, tMcwprttion married *o-  man, intends to nnpli tut permt������������ion to  ptircbise the WMwiwg dttttd-e I l.mds;|  CtwmaHin* at n vet) P������-w������d aitbeiojJU^ ONE UOl LAK A YKAR.  UNI) ACT.  Form No 9,  fill (41 v.tr    Ktm'iK-i.  Coast District Kinge 3.  TAKK NOTIOK that Oi rtrnde H< I-  land, 0' V������r eonvor, oeonpeiinn, mar*  rltd woman, Intrnds 10 apply lor ptr  mlaslon to purohnsn the Following d--  aerlbed landat OontmM.clug at a nt nt  planted at the noubesat corner of N.  11, Mnf three railaa north and  two  miles west of tbe H, Vt* erm������r of N������  I, thenee north 80 obslfi*, theoo*' ess'  80 ebalea   'hen-Mr soutn 80 clisioi*  ihence west HOahe're, to lh������ tnhttd  tmmtrrnartntnt, annul ing 040 arr* *,  im rt or less,  (iKUTRUUK H(M LAND  Nmiit 1 f Applic-ut.  Dated /no* 4tl>, 10(0.  PURgOliniB FOR THK SKWB  LAND AOT.  Form. No 0.  e.'tfi-ll*' m^rni %-.,..  a 11! i, mwm- ������������������ 1   ,  Form oi Notioe.  Cosat DUtriot, Bange S.  TAKB NOTIOB tharDavo FsrgO'  on, of Vtvenvrtr, peenp������tJon hntehfr  I Intends to apply for permlsoion (0  Iporehsse   tho   following   darerlbad  )and*>-0ommenolngat a post planted  nsar tha beaoh at the aom weat ootner  ol No U, h*\na two tnllsa norih an������*  three milra wstt ol tbo southwest oor-  net of No 1, (h������ooe north 80 ehains,  ihsnoewoat 80obains, theuoe aouth  80 ohains, more nr I'si to shore Hoe,  tbenee     east    80   chaios     along  shoro line ta point ol commsppen ������nt,  ooiitsining f40 sorts, were or Ira*.  DiVK FRRnUCON,  Name ol Applioant,  It^rd hxn* A 1910  IK YOU WANT  GOOD PRINTING  UIVE U8 A TBML  TAKB NOTICE thut Klutsbeth Ja>io  Smith, of Vsnootivor, noonpition, man led  woman, iutomla to npply fnr pcruiisslnu  to purohane ths following doioriluil luimsi  Coniiueiiolug ne n putt pluiited nt tho  south vast comer ol No, I, theuoe a nth  80ohaius,mors orhsa to sh rs line, Don-  ao enat 80 olums along lortltt-ru bonndoiy  of No, 20, thonor north 80 uhsina, thenoo  weat 90 chains, to pniut of oomraeiiosnisnt,  ootitslulog 040 sores, umrs nr less.  KLIZAHBTH JANE SMITH,  Nmne ol Applicant.  D������te June 9tb, 1910,  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������111   ���������        m  t tvn AOT  Form No. 0, Form of Nolle*,  Cusst DUtriot, Rsuge 2.  TAKE NOTIOB that David Dawson  Mllur, of Vaoonuvsr, oooepstion, turpi n-  t*r. tnt.������nil������ tn sppiy fnr p^rmisston tn tine-  ohsss ths fulliiwing dvsurihsd isudst���������Coin  msiiCingat a post plsiited at tha mmth  ssst oornsr of No. I. ilisnps north 80 t-lisius  thsnoa cast 80 ohains, thsnes south 80  cihaius theuae w*s( BOohslas, to point of  oontinsnosmeiit, aeotsinfog 04O sent more  or li at,  DAVID DAWKON MILUR  Namenl Applioant.  Datod Jobs Oth, 1010.  FOR KME��������� A live roomwl  honae on Imjf lot. For fnrtlw }mr-  licnl.ira *]t\dy nt thi* tdlicw  VOU HALE-8inlib Promitr  TvpcwHtei In <'������"������<l or������l������������r. 0**t  $MM will jM.ll fur ttMnt, A**-  |dy ttt thimotllie. THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  LAND ACT.  | Form No, 9. Form of Notice.  Coast Distriot,   Range 2.  TAKB NOTICE that William F. Smith,  of Vancouver, oooup������tioo, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to - purchase  thefollowii g desoribed lands:���������Commencing at a\mst plauted at the north east oor,  aer of No. 1, tbenoe north 80 chains, thsnoe  ast SO ohains, thenoe south 80 ohains,  .huuoe west 80 oHsinj, to point of comtn-  luoemeut, coutaiuing G40 seres more or  oss. WILLIAM F. SMITH,  Name of Applioant.  Ulcd June 9*h, 1910.  LAND ACT.  'orm No. 9. Form ol Notice.  Coait District,   Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Margaret MoKiv-  r, of Vancouver, occupation, tnarriod wo  :au, intends to apply for perinissiou to pur  hase the following desoribed lands:���������Com-  ���������lenoing at a post planted at the north east  ortier of No. 3, being two miles north and  ne mile east of the aouth west ooruer of  Jo. 1, thence north 80 chains, thence vatX  0 oha n=, thenoo souih 80 chiiius thence  'est 80 oii:iiiiK, to the poiut. ol commence-  lent, couiaii'iig 010 acres, more or less.  Al ARC A RET MoKIVOR,  Name of Applioant.  lated June 9.h. 1910. "  BEER    BEER  The drink o? strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, BC  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -     FOR  SALE  BY     -     -  .Walworth-RoJston Co.  LM  1020 Westminster,Ave.,  Vancouver, Be C.  LANU ACT.  'orm No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast Disti ict, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Annie Higham, of  Vancouver, ocoup.uiuii, married woman, in  'ei da Co apply for pi-rmissiou to purchase  (he following desorilied lanils:���������Comtneoo-  og at a pout plauud ut the north east cor-  ler of No. 5, being three utiles north and  ue mile east of the south west corner ot  tfo. I, thence 80 chains north, thi ace SO  i .  haiuseast, thenco SO ohains south, theuce  ;0 chains west, to the point of commetice-  ueat, containing 640 acres, more or less,  ANN!? HIGHAM,  Name of Applicant.  )ated Juno 9th. 1910.  LAND ACT.  ���������Win No. 9.                     Form of Notice  -r^���������Gvast-Distriot,���������Ranije*2.���������   1  i,  ',*  -'���������a  i?  ������  Pi  O  O  OS  I.  TAKE NOTICE that Maggie Armstrouy  t Vancouver, ocoupatiou, married worn a i>  ntends to apply for permissson to purchase  he following desoribed lunds:���������Commeno-  ig at a post planted a* the north east oor*  er of No. 7, being four miles nnrth and  ne mile east of the south west corner of  ���������To, 1, thence north 80 ohains, theuoe east  0 chains, theuce aouth 80 ohaius, tlience  vest SO chaius, to the point of commence-  nnut, ooataining 040 acres, more or lese,  MAGGIE ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applicant,  latsd June Oth, 1910.  8 MADE EN CANADA  Always tlm same, and just as  iikk! as over, Tlio "Grand Duke"  Ligar.  W  OIL  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  .* THE MATTER of an ������jf������plioa-  lion for u Duplicate Certificate-  of Title t������> pari of Sedion Otic,  Comox Distiict  NOTICK Is hereby given ihnt it  my Intention at tlm expiration  ona month from the ditto nf tlm  nt publication hereof to fseuo a  iplioato C������rtiflo*ito of Titie to  Hive laud isKited to John Baptise  tiding! on tho 80'h day of July  0(1 and numbered 2276a.  J. P. MoLEOD,  Deputy RegitHnr General,  nd Regislry Oflice, Victorin, B 0  ie 13'hd.vvof June 1910.  ilffiww  Pure Food Insurei  GOOD HEALTH  Magic  Baking  Powder  Insures Pure Food.  B. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.  Toronto, Ont.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  belonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y.,- or from or off the land  of the said Company, will he prosecuted to the full extent of tbe law.  W. I,. COULSOiV, '  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way cars of the Union Colliery  Company by tany person or yer-  30h8���������axcept tain crew���������io strictly  prohibited. Employees rto sub-  iec to dismissal for allowing sam  By order  W. L.  COULSON,  General Manager.  Summer months an BOVRIL  months, A cup of BOVklL  with a biscuit gives all  necessary nutriment when  meat is oot relished.  Try a little BOVRIL b your  canned meats.  BOVRIL  n  Almost New  MOTOR  CAR ..  ������A%GA!N  A model ten, 4 cylinder Buick  Automobile, carries four passengers, is complete with top, glass  front; lull set of head, sido and  tail lamps, and other equipment.  This car has not run over 2,000  miles, is in A 1 shape. Cost over $1,400.  Owuer will taka $1000 for.  Thos. PLIMLEY  1110 Gov,l Street, Victoria, B,C.  KIT Opposite Spencers  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES;  And all KITCHEN! i UTENSILS <  Sportsmeiis Goods  and  General Hardware  The Courtenay Hotel  *  Every convenience for guests.  The Oenttal Hot������l for Sportsmon  None but tlm Bent of Wines nnd Liquors  FAIRFIELD  '  ~ STORE z:  J. JACK,  Pnop.  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Gaudies,  Fruits nnd Tobacco,  Vancouver Ice Cream,  3 Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  ������fW?*t99*999***-?*999*ir9  _______i.WA!rEB.~N0TI6Bi���������������������������r  NOTICE is hereby given- that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Division ol  Comox District.  (r) The name, address sud occupation  of the applicant is Willintn Alexander  Matbew^on, of Comox District, British  Columbia, Farmer  ��������� (b) The name of the lake, stream  or ������ourco (if unnamed, the description is) Three .Sprlng.i, known us Mstbew-  sou's Sprites, situate on Rsotion Six, Co.  mo* DUtriot.  (0) Tho point ot diversion is dlroot from  sou en or Springs.  [d) The quantity of water applied for  (in oubio ftet per sio< nd] 0.0(0 oubio feet  perseoml.  (e.) Tho character of the proponod  work*   CUMBERLAND & UNION  WATERWORKS CO., Ltd.  NOTICE.  Sprinkling will bo allowed only  between thu hours of 7 to 8 in tho  morning and from 7 to 8  in  tin*  evening,  Leaky taps must \m attended to  at once.  Any changes or additions to existing piping must be sanctioned  *>y the company.  A. McKkigut,  Maunger.  S.S."LITHIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  , the dav or week.  For particulars apply to-���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox.B. C.  ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR  MAKES  BEST BREAD.  Milled in Vancouver.���������-Patronize  Home Industry.  The following are the winning  numbers for August for Royal  Standard Flour:-r-  -73554=9%-^���������83073=79256-  54283   91111    36393   42x76  85588 93001  nt the liar.  RATE9  REASONABLE  Satisfaction--Buy a "Growl  ike1' nnd have satisfaction. Hit.  made, hand mndo,   una mado  tu clear Havana Filler,  John Johnston.    Prop  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������'OR SALE-A Ford Run-  nt Automobile, 15-18 llorse-  ���������w i cylinder, all Newly paint,  now tyors, and everything com*  ed:.prlco 8700.00, Apply to  '{, Johnston, Courtenay liotul.  L 0. Emde I'ipe fitting and  I'lM'il repairing,  (lot only in it a nice mild  Mce, but the "Grand Duke''  jar lift* all those neci������fl������ntv  ilities which give no much  ������������������(faction to the smoker.  NuTIGft TO THE PUBLIC.  Ilsvlng built t Urge wnreliouse and mill  nt Courisnsy, I will to future keep on  hsnd 11 stock of sll l.inds of H������y, Or<tlu,  ntul Feed st lowest market rates, A  spsolnlty will Im rnsdu of roller oruslieil  fesd for liorsss which will make a ssvlng  of one third in ths 004 ol food. Orders  fflvsu the tenmster or liy phone Will Im  promptly tilled. Thanking yoa for your  ���������mtri nag* In tbo psst sud Miaidnn ��������� con  Hnn*n������0of tbt inme oa brosdsr hoss, I  beg to rem" 111  Yonrs to oomnmud,  BVRON CRAWPOUD.  p.  Pooler in  ALL KINDS OP  i: Fruit. Candy Cigars  Cigarettes 4 Tobacco.;;  Bonora Block,  CUMBERLAND, B.O.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  (f.) The 'premises on which tho water ls to bo used (describe same)  Section Six, Oomox Di-trot, British Col.  umbla, ������id the North wist b) sores nf  Section Eight, Ouniox Untriot sforeimid,  *(g.) The purposes for which   tbo  water is to bo 11ml 0 ivovtio purpnsoi.  (h) If for  irrigation describo   tbo  land intended to be Irrigated, giving  AC-TC-flfiVtitiissftise   sissi  tSIISSSttllf     *(���������*(  (1.) If the wateri Ib to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place where the water is to be  returnod to some natural channel,  and tlie difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of re-  VMS U    utttitti    *������**���������**������������������    *s it is it*    si 111 tn*    it it 1 sis It  IMIiMHHI    ISIISSIIIISt    (IMMtllMI    *l|l|lf������|flt    IIIIKS't  (J.)Area of Crown land inteodttd to  be orcupled by the proposed works'  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  mm.-mmmm  In the matter of an application for  for  a  Duplicate Certificate of  Title to Lots 11 and 12 Block  A [map 522 U) Town of Cum  herland.  NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN  that it is my intention at the expiration nf one month from the date  of the first publication hereof, to is-  cue a Duplicate Certiffcute of Title  to said lands issued to John West-  wood on thn 7th day  of August  1895 nnd numbered 814 C,  Land Registry Office, Victoria,  B.C.  The 23rd dsy nf August 1910.  S. Y. WOOTTEN  Reai-itrnr General.  TENDERS.  Tenders will he received by tlm  uwlurHigned until 0 p.m., Saturday, Sept, 10, 1910, for tlio oxclu-  Hiveritflit to ������ell light refiwh mon ta  011 thu Agricultural Grounds,  Courtenay, on Fair Day, Sept. 28,  1910. M, B. Uau,, Sec'y.  Saudwick, ll.C.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  D-strict of Coast, Range 2.  takk notice that Frank irlhikn-  man, of \rnncouver, fi. C, wood  merchant, intends iu ap|i}y for |.er-  rais.<ioti to pcrohiise the following  described lands: Commencing at a  poa: phuiitii aliout 4^ utiles north  and 1 uiiie eutst of the euuibeast  corner of CL H'doS, tlience south 40  clmitis, thence west 80 chainry  thenre north 4U oiiains, ihence east  80chuirifc, to [)iA of comment, emeu t,  containing 320 acres mote or   loss.  I'KA.NK 1IINKSMAN.  Dated July 28tli, 1010.  *  1  COAST LAND DISTRICT,  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Percival  James McLaughlin, of Vancouver.  B C , rancher, intends to sppiy for  permission to purchase the following described lunds: Commencing  at a post planted aoout 5 miles  north and 2 miles eaet of the south  earn corner of CL 3358, thencenorth  80 chain?, thtnee we3t 80 chains,  tbenee smith 80 chaina, thence east  80 chains, to post of coaimencement  containing 640 acres, more or le.-s.  PBROIVAL JAMBS McLAUGHLIN  Dated July 27th, 1910.  NOTICB s ii hereby given that ������t the  next meeting -f the Board of Lioenee  Commissioners of the City of Cumbtr-  land, I iotend to apply for a transfer o  tbe wholesale liquor licet se held l>r me  on lot 3, block 2, to block 15, lot 6, Cum-  bnrlond Townsite. *  CIALI MUSSATTO.  Dated this 9th day of August. 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  Ill Milt    I It* tlllt     lllllli  tSftllill     MM If HI  Goto  Idvertixu's will confer a favor  (iringiiig in Mieli- ads, not l������U'r  Monday, as thin will etiuhlu  priuk-Tri,   tO   illMM't   it iii   tilt)  (santf on the following Tin**-  ti Ac! in thc  vs.   Try it.  News  union s. S. CO.. uf n.c u***  VVealc-Ptid ssrvlea botwoett Vnnoonvwr,  Nnntlmo, Union, Comox, by the  ������i������ii v-iyuwoiiuv twin Mori^w  sleamrr "COWIOHAN"  Snillosfas under���������  J.o������vos Vnocouvar, Datnnlav 8pm  Arrives Nsnsimo, HaluHny Upn  Arrive* Unlnn, Hnmhy Hunt  Arrives Comm, 8onday8������in  lit* tiruiofj:���������  leaves Comfls. tends*/ 4pm  lm*m Un'i-i Htniitay 8 p m  ArrlfM Ntuafmfl, *onxl*y II p m  Arrives VsaotMivst Mmdsqr 1 a tn  Stssrs Issvee Vetoe tnr OmiliwIsM er*  ary Sunday momiuu dm arrival of' COW*  WHAN;" anil Imvm C< mesrlsi d Ifnlal  st I t>m, uottwvtmg with mmeer  Vebni.  JOHN McLEODS  rvit, KI i;������t-clahh  CANDY, FRU1TH,  OIOARR * TOBACCOS  (k.) This notice was posted on tbe  I fit It dny of September, MHO, nnd applios-  ties will bo mtdp t' Uio (l������mmisslouoron  the'JHhdsyofOoniier, 1HI0  1.) 01 vs the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licensees wbo or whose lands are likely to  be affected by tho proposed works,  either above or below tbe outlet:  None.  (Sisnnturw)  W. A, MATMKWftfnr,  (I'.O.aJdrMi)   Oomox, ll.C.  for s/Cl~e,      "  A chicken Ranch, at Comox,  opposite  Dr.   Readucll's,   good  house, just newly decorated,  chicken house, brooding house,  300 laying hoiifli also a good or*  chard.Apply Mrs. Hall, Comox  District of Coast, Range 2.  tT^^FOTICE^ar^Westley  Evert Westley, of Vancouver, B.C.,  plasterer, intends to adply for per*  mission to purchase the following  described lands,���������Commencing at a  post planted about 5 miles north  and 2 miles east of the southeast  corner of CL 3358, thence south 80  ehains, thence oast 80 ohaius,  thenoe north 80 chains, theuce west  80 chains, to post of commence*  ment, containing 640 acres, more or  less.  WESTLEY EVERT WESTLEY.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT,  Distriot of Coasl, Range 2.  TAKK NOTIOE that Ernest At*  kins, of Vancouver, BC, occupa*  tion tinsmith, intends to apply for  permission to purchase the follow*  ing described lands: Commencing  at a post planted about 5 miles  north and 2 miles east of the south*  oust oornor of C L 3358, theuce  south 80 chains, thence west 81)  chnins, theuco north 80 chnins,  tlience east 80 ehains lo post of  commencement, oontaiuiug 640  soroi, more or less.  ERNEST ATKINS  Dnted July 27th, 1910.  NOTICE  Kvery Monday and Tuesday I  will he in town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kind* of Vegetable*  nud    uho      potato**; will  sell cheap,  Chip Ybuk,  Sandwick.  . , \- i  . \*tm.  Any iKiiron ut peiMiua wish"  Ing to cut nny fallen timber ou  City Park Iota are at libt-rty to  cut nud remove same for tlieir  own line Any standing timber  must uot be cut or destroyed.  Any pewii found dumping garbage on said park lots will he  prosecuted. By order of the City  CoumiJ.  A. MrKfNvov,  Secictary.  City Hall, Aug., 19th, 19(0  COAST LAND DISTRIOT.  H. C. Etude, Healer in  stoves  ������rt*f rttttiarat *l*o pfftmWttg and  pipe fitting and general repair*  iug. I nail Aji������ut fo* tbe Oliver  Typewriter.  JW C C i**r*grere If rntt xmnt  a Piano, Organ, -Sewing Machine,  agent for all wirtu of musical fit-  struimntt, Ciiiulwrlan.!. B. C.  NOTIOT Is hereby given tbat 00 d������yi  nft������r ds1* I ititsud to apply tu the Ilea.  The Chluf Uom'tiisulmior et Lands slid  World for ��������� licoaw tn prmpect for ooal  end i*tn>Ieuin tttiilir tbo Unds in Wolsos  District, snd desoribed as follows:���������Com*  me idug nt a pott plsuttil no ths ses  Imsebstths 19, K. oornor of Soction 2 a,  thtmi'fl Wi st flfnng the smith bonndnry nf  Mid (Mlon 9 4, Wolisios, tbenee north  <. k..uii.*, umn* m tmm i������ tue soittf) <k>bd-  ilnr,v uf M 1! Jli!r# t' ���������������} j*rt/*j**fc'{.'*i J<-  cons*, tbenoo east 00 ������b������ln������, m< to or Im*  Ui H.W mirk ua >������a bomb, thane, full*  nwltif ���������!������ng sm b-aeh to plsoe of eomm-  ���������no>m at.  .".;,.' :!.'-��������� <:.". iii*, ,.;,*������;,, it.*.  R.A.O*KKIVOin80ir,   ___________*___*���������  KO'ICK kbareby firm h*t Ho <iHys  after dsts I Intend u* apply I tbe H..n.  Theiblef O umteionsr uf Uoda snd  VVorks li-r a h-tnum *���������* ymepeei- for mat A  IwuoUnm under and on tb* fowls In Nil.  *.ti IHntrist, snd d.ncr b-d u ftill������>w������:~-  0������mmtftei>������ st a post pleated '������ ebsfas  ������tf./tiis ������f.W.<Jor������er *Jt tetltol,  ibrace eat lo elwias. thsnee a������eta an  ch������iM. tmwetm ������e������t Ce������laia*. *am*m  iMittbAOahalmm, thmm nn** fnfmit-ka  lh wn soett 10 eheiee !*������ pleas mt e**-  ni(������"re*������i������rit.  (MeatyeSMi-i������)elJel) l������lO  tttklUt.  Distriot of Ooast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that James  HorveyKee,of Vsneouver, B.C.,  occupation toamslur, intends to ap*  ply fnr permission td purohaie thn  following dfroribrd lands: Commenoing at a (Hist planted about f>  miles north and 2 miles omhi of i!.<*  southeast corner of CL JWSS. thr.^  north 80 chain*, ihence o<ts< w  ohsins. tlience nuth WVJu.u ,  ibonee west K0 cnains fo ron >u  ooii-menceinent,   containing    640  ���������11*11'*   n"ir*<>'< nr l������.f������i.  .TAMKf* JIERVKy FKK.  Dated Jul; 27th, 1U10,  ;  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  Di-irict of Coasf, Range 2.  TAKK NOTICE that Richard I>  l,tnm,o,ot Vancouver, B.C.,gomlima n, inieidttospplv for jierml ���������  sion tn purchase the following He*  eriM lsnili������;   Commencing at a  ftoat (daofsd shcui 7 miles  no-th  and S mil"* east of the southeast  rarne- of CLft&M,thenee ���������> alb PO  rb������i������������.   thenee east SO   ehsin*,  thenee norih KI chain*, thenre we t  *fl rhnlnt.to post 'if coniiutuctu.snu  containing W*������ seres, mere mlrm*.  RICHARD D LEK80������.  Deled July -J7th, Wi.  I ^*S^STSHSHT������"*gSSSE"SraHlW^^  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  TTTTTT  1  The King's  Surgeon  Story of an Escape From the Guillotine During the French  Revolution.  By MOLLIE K.. WETflERELL  ���������  ���������>  ���������:���������  ���������t*  **  *  f  *  *  t  t  *  Copyright. ISliJ, by American Press ���������  T Association. *f  *r v  ���������^-J*^*^-*-*^*^*^-4--I-^^'.*l*>-,--*I.**,i4>*iMi|-t*^*^**}*lt**J'  One evening���������-it was the latter part  of tbe eighteenth century���������a carriage  slopped at the door of nn inn midway  betwewu Versailles and Paris. A. gentleman whose dress und manner denoted that he was of some Importance  alighted, entered the inn, where the  landlord stood obsequiously ��������� rubbing  his hands, and ordered a supper.  While it was being prepared tbe landlord was bopping about, now runniug  into the kitchen to hurry up the cook  and now returning to the gentleman to  assure him that be would not bave  long to wait.  ; Meanwhile the gentleman went out  on to the piazza for the purpose of  stretebing his legs during bis halt.  He found there something that interested him���������u boy about sixteen years  old, pale and emaciated, silting in an  invalid chair. The gentleman approached him and began to question  him.  "You do not seem well. What Is  your trouble?'  *'My right leg is drawn up, and 1  cannot straighten it. My back. too. is  getting crooked."  "How long since this trouble came  upon you?"  "Since a year ago when the young  Marquis of Treville kicked tne."  The gentleman's brow lowered. At  that moment supper was announced,  and be went into the (lining room.  "~^tWBo~nrrHirTjoynTOtside-vv1Mi-blp-  disease and spine curvature?" lie asked of tbe landlord, who waited on him."  ,   "Ue is my sou, seigneur." -������������������,:-.,.....  "He hus n  tine bead and an Intellectual face. It Is a pity that he should  Ruffcr   thus.     Me   would   tf   relieved  make u good man."  i   "Itwas tbat little villain Treville."  "If you will send blm to mo at Paris  1 will see if-l cannot straighten bis  leg and prevent tbe further curvature  of his spine.   I nm tlm king's surgeon."  "If you will do that, M. le Doetpui*.  we will nil bless you. but I fear 1 havo  Hot so uuicti money us you will expect."  "Them will be no 'money to pay. 1  aro going direct io I'nris, and If you  llko 1 will take your boy with me In  my carriage. He will travel moro comfortably und bo less liable to injury  thnn If he is carried tu one of your  country mucous."  When the doctor was driving away,  beslilo him, tiuiili* comfortable with  jiillovvs nnd rugs, sat .lean Hemaurler.  Tbnt night he wus placed In n lios> ;  pital. nml the next morning Dr. Du  Knur begun n course of trim tin out.  During the next dozen or fifteen!  years i tlw American colonists Imd  thrown nlT the Itlncly ynko nnd become  an Independent people with n government of tbelr ii wu, The Kivucli, who  for centurion Imd been bled by their  klnjrs und tlieir million, ground down  to llie very earth, einnuntgi'tl by the  Amertcnns* eMimpIo, hnd begun to turn  upon their oppressors. One tiny ������ mob  iiinrt'lied by the Inn whoro Dr, Du  Futir hml stopped fur supper, going to  Versa Won m bring the king to Purls.  Jean lieiim'irii'r hnd forgiven Iho  joiing tmiilc wim hml iili-keil lilm. bnt.-  lie hml nm fnrgmii'ii Hint so great wim '  tbo |Hiwi*r nt the iirisiiieriiiM ihnt ho  bnd not ilnr������>il resent bin ireal incut.  lie hml thrown tiimxeir Into the ciiuho  ������t tin* r> ���������rih.'i.iu, nml when tlni people u ;l uy his Iiuui be Joined  tbem, 'I tieii when tbey ciuiie buck  wim  iIn* uitm  In  IiIn ciirnitue .Icnti  COI liill.nl    'Hi     Willi    I belli    In    Purl*,  wlii*i'i*  ne tii'i-iiiuu nm* ol  ihe minor  h'JIOi.'1'.l.  Then begun Hint reign nf tenor bused  on ii ili'ii'iiiiiiiniiiiii Hii'ihe pun of a  jioopli* niiii ii.nl -un,.iv,| iippri-h.luii  Tor ci'iiHlrU's lo wipe ilii'll* oppressors  trom Hi" fin-'' 'il tin* I'.n'Hi In Hie  I'ltlce ill* lit lleviillltioii lliny Hill up il  machine Jut ciiiiyliiii nm ilioir work  Q'he pil*iin* were IJIIi'il will) nrl-io-  crutrt. coiiKtsiiim ui nnbich nml tlieir  Hytii|iiiHil/iis, mul uiii'iii'W'i iln' lin.ii i  Opt'lii'd mil puiiivil il I'i'owil who were  to be elliiilniiiiil by Uh- giitlloiine inun  ti-������* |ii������i'.i... -<i ������������������--��������� .  1 ���������     *      ' ��������������������������� ��������� 'm,i,I,.   |,i,i t,u  Wife   'I'll  in    luul   been,  for   lie   WHS  II  wlilowci, mul hiN (laughter luul innr*  1'lctl  llie >ni|liK t mint   ili'Metle* ill  the  bri'iiKiu-' out ol Hie ciuiiulun. Tliii  d*xii i. liiivllig been llie my ill surgeon,  VIIH    lil>ll|f'l     HI      !..',..       ...,y  ,,  , A...    \      ;'������������������*���������  the oll)i*r IHii ntul *.\;is iMTtMUll llllioiii*,  the (irst,    Tin- it t r.--i of bis daughter  nml tits will In l.i������ -,.iii liilliMii'd,  (lm- ii���������,ri.ii,^ ilie il'H-ini w.im bmtigbt  Up |rt>fori* ih<> ilibeti judge of III**  nfroitilN.iiiieiit f.,r utitit wiih cnlleil  rt ti*:.sl '!'������������������������������������' ��������� - ,,y ��������� tuni, np.  jtarciitt.v imt jet tiiiit) sititng Im-IiIihI  fl   pt' ,    i-,i.',.   ������i,,,  u  ,������ in I,.. t,',H Jtldge.  The i,-;iii I. < ', i '\ ut tb.- il.������-t..r. mid it  WHS t-i (iji-lit lll.it -������������������Hie roiinnillli.il  WilS  liAti,; fi, wi'Mt, tl:-- i-'iiiu-r'n tirnm  Atnl weft ttieiv riitudf Tbe Indite  wliiwe il'.'ty it ������iix ti> !i!������l tli,* |iri"inier  |ililil> ���������*', 'I ->!i1 '-'- ' ' ���������'���������I* 5**,������W"*:,'������-  <:-,-������������������  :   -���������-���������'  i-.'h.-r  ,!���������<���������.  ,|...|i,   llt-in Hirit'i,  Wtiooi tb.-.tiMi'.r I..el f-iiiii'l i Ttj.pto  nt������I niMfe :t ������Tr.������i"t.- iii'M) l������ff������i!**ir������������,r  ���������ma* .-> til'.U li nl !'ii<l ������'illii*il ������ltd it  **%1������< *,:-'--3-. l--.ii i- **-'���������"* ** vvy d*t-  t*-rrii' ������"������f������ f*'���������������!. tit.-ii In* wiihM tM*<  l*r������i li nl ti fM.i ������*���������>-������, *���������������������������* tt.������* t>ir������m������ ������f  tU *:'���������*������������������ I'        I'i*    )'���������<.<   li-Ht' ****** !**���������*  at tho man who had been sent to hlm  that he might sign his death warraut.  then, lowering his eyes to a sheet of  nnper before him, began to questlou  nim and take down bis answers. I<'or  bis owu life he dare uot favor his benefactor.  "Vour name?" he asked.  "Alphonse Du Kaur."  'Occupation V"  "Surgeon."  "1 believe it is you who have kept  tho tyrant Louis Capet and his family  from the grave where they should  have laid long ago."  "1 was the king's physician."  Those standing about scowled and  expected that the next words would  be "Take him to the guillotine!"  "And do you think." continued the  judge, "that you who have kept alive  this oppressor of the people should die  the same death ns other aristocrats?'  The doctor did not answer ibe question.  "Take hlm to the temporary prison  hi the Itue Venn Grand. 1 wish to  consult the committee to lenrn if it Is  their pleasure that this man, who bas  been closer tlnin any other in the con-  tidem-e of the tyrant, shall die an ordinary denth.   He should be burned."  These words were spoken with all  the bitterness the citizen judge could  throw into them. Not one present  suspected that, bis intention was to  save Dr. Du Knur from the guillotine'  that morning and to place him where  be might get access to him with a  view to saving him altogether. The  doctor was taken to the building mentioned, and another prisoner was  brought up for.condemnation.  The next morning Citizen Demaurier  drove up iu a cart to the prison where  the doctor was confined and presented  an order for him signed by the committee. The doctor was placed In tha  cart, and Deiiiniirier, telling tbe officials that he needed no guard for tha  prisoner, being himself well armed,  drove away. Pursuing his way down  the street, he soon reached tbe river  bunk and the outskirts of Paris. Then  he stopped and said to his prisoner:  "Vou do not know me, M, le Doc-  tetir?"  "More tbtaTThaT I am T!ean"~D"(S"  umurier."  "And who is .Jean Demaurier?"  "Hive you done so many kindnesses  ns to forget those you have benefited?  Do you not remember stopping for supper on your way from Versailles at an  inn one evening fifteen years ago?  There you found a boy who had been  crippled by u uoble. You took blm to  Paris and made qulie a respectable  figure of him.   See. 1 scarcely limp."  He got down from the cart und walked buck and forth.  "And you ure tbnt boy?" cxelnlmed  the doctor.  "I am."  "What nre you going to do wltb  me?"  "Take yon In my cnrrlnge-thls cart  ���������to the inn from which you took ma  to Purls In your carriage and uot only  save your back und your leg, but espo-  chilly your neck. 1 shall hide you thero  as long ns necessitry mid then run you  over the border."  "You nre very kind, but I do not cure  to leave my daughter and my son-lu-  law here to die."  "Whoro ure tliey?"  "In the conclorgerie. 1 believe."  "Vory well; I shall see what I onn  do for them. I nm thoroughly trusted,  being known n������ the man who wits crippled by it iioblo. I will tuko you to my  home, return nml possibly muy bring  those yon lovo witb me,"  "Rut will I not lie missed nnd you  be charged wltb setting mo free?"  "1 think not. They have so tunny  lieudH to chop off thni Ihe moment a  prisoner disappears he is saved. If I  nm asked about you I will (oil them  you have been tortured find executed  in prlvulo. Now lie down lu the cart,  and I will drive on."  ,lenn, before couching hlK home, wliera  his load wns likely to be seen by li(������  neighbors, stopped beslile a Held where  there was grain in tdicnf and put  et otigh over his burden to ciincenl lilm,  then drove on uud tuciieil In ut his  fi nil by a lane lending io tbe bum.  The doelor dmiiiiIiii'iI ciuii'i'iileil in Hie  loft of Deiiiiiurlec's kirn tor a week,  Meanwhile lieininirici was in Purls,  I'liili'iivorlng io Und tbe ('mint nud  CouiitesM lieHliilllc*. Tliey bud heroine  si '| in ruled, mill Deiiiniirier upeiit nut*  slilei'iible lime discovering where they  were. Then itfii-i mui b dlllletilty ho  muici-dcd Id geitlng poswi'sslou of  tbem. This be uivoinpllxlii'il by bribing their Jailer, mul on pretense of ro-  iiiiivlim lbelli to another |K't������ou tie took  ilietn io Ids Inn, but this* time tba  Journey was tt������'*-otupi|s|i������il nl tin* ileiid  of night.    'J'tie mei'tlng between  tlie  doctor mill  (Us O.HUIilel   .ii,,i   im-i   iiui>   .; ���������, i.,���������},'A,i'' '- - ���������',���������  I-*'', ft 't 1i-.>hv  iliuu^li ihey could only dl������tltigiil������h one  tinoliier by (heir voice**, wus linlescrlb-  tibly happy.  The next morning .lenn Demnurier  ii'ii th#> tbrf-e ri'fiit;������-������>������ hi ii i)i>.>|> farm  U.-li'illl,   111   |J|l* lllillnlll  lit   Wlllell   lie  IIIII)  bored breathing liolim. ami covered  tin-in to thedepili nf neural feet wllh  umlii. Then, o|ietiitic lib< burn. In* drove  "dt uni Into the road. ������hhiu nftor torn*  ini.' Inio another li'iidlm* nonb ward. On  tlmt mud lie Joirged with hU loud till  '"t ���������'(! lili,'. tvlM'l) ill- lelict ed  ,,,,   ,.-inline  from ibelr iineomfoiinble i ���������>��������� iitoti. nnd  He > ������ie|H Dl ll hih.1 '! ;. , ,;���������;-.��������� m,i  l;il,i* liti;," nlhr-r convt'JIIIIre. ItNlt'llis Id  I i- r<-> i.'.<n|������>d. *o tl"* next l\:t\ lliey ke|it  i������ ������ti������-ir wrt. irjuellin.' ������������ i'mhi, nml  nt b������*t itirmtiA ttie Imrdir I !u re thoy  lr;.t* umt ifw-kwl in on., .neiher'*  nnu*). eaxe llm nt.������ lo tiemi,  l*:ir> f*-Tnm������il to I'nn. u.. mra*  **r������Tit*m8lr eiilllrilln*-.!, Imt. *tr������ne**l.r  fiioiicli. intl for iixulttltif: In ttie t".ii)|ie  of iti*. i\,.tt,r nm* m* fniniv pu  fall wm nn *������rrrtint ������f ������t���������- dt tbttm  ������"N������iw** w tiffin ****,. fan kin earn* ay  ��������� i< d"Oiiii,iii- uti..ili.r,  ! THE BASTILLE.  i    |Rise and the Fall of the Famous Stats  I Prison of France.  ; Tne famous French prison known  jas ;he Bastille wa^ started on April  22, 1356, by order o������ Charles V.   The  Bastille turned out tu be an import-  jant structure in History, and its fall  ���������on July..15,,'1781), marked the .begin-  Ininj.! of the French Involution, lt  I was originally intended by Charles as  ja deionse against the Knglish,   U hen  it came to be used as u state prison  l it was provided with vast bulwarks  I and ditches. '1 he Bastille hud (our  ; towers of live stories each on each of  ! its large sides, lt was curtly in these  I towers and partly in underground cel-  | hil's that tlie prisoners were situated.  ilt was capable of containing from  | seventy to eighty prisoners, a nuin-  ; ber frequently reached during the  .reigns of Louis XIV. and Louis XV,.  jthe majority of them being persons  I of the higher ranks. In its site now  ! stands .the Column of July, erected in  | memory of the patriots of 1789 and  11830.  ! The name bastille, or bastel, in an-  I eient times was given to any kind of  l structure calculated to withstand a  i military force, and thus, formerly, in  j Kngland and on the borders of Scot-  'I land, the term bastel house was usual-  ! ly applied to places of strength and  fancied security. The French Bastille  i was originally called the Bastille St.  j Antoi.ne.  ��������� Stephen Marcel, provost of the mer-  | chants, undertook the erection of the  French Bastille. The building was  enlarged in ip69 by Hugh Aubmot,  ; provost of Pivris under Charles V.  He added two towers, whicii, being  l placed opposite to those already exist-  ' ing on each side of the gate, made of  j the Bastille a square fort, with a tow-  < er at each of the four angles.  After the death of Charles V., Aub-  I riot, \\;ho had many enemies, was  ' prosecuted for alleged crimes and wa?  ��������� condemned to perpetual confinement  in the Bastille, of which, according.to  ��������� some historians, he was the first prisoner. After some time he was removed thenee to Fort l'liveque, another  prison, from which he was liberated  : in 13������1 by the insurrection of* the  j Maillotins.  i After this insurrection, in 1382, the  ! young king, Chartes VI., still further  j enlarged the Bastille by. adding four  ' towers to it, each 100 feet high, thus  -gi-vingHt��������� i-nstea<l-������f���������this-squaraifoxm.  i it originally possessed, the shape of  ! an oblong or parallelogram. To in-  '���������' crease its strength the Bastille wia,3  surrounded by a ditch 25 feet deep  : and 120 feet wide. The road which  I formerly passed through it was turn-  i ed to one side.  The Bastille from its commanding  ' position was closely connected   with  important affairs in  French  history  and  was occupied  by  the  Guises- in  1583, by Charles IV. in 1584, the Fron-  ! '(lours in 1649 and Coude in lfi5'2.  j    It was natural, therefore, that the  I Bastille -should lw one of the tirst objects of attack at the outbreak of the  | Revolution-    In   July    15,   1798, the  j populace of  Paris,  recruited  chietiy  from .the  Faubourg St.   A'ntoine, at-  i tacked the fortress and stormed it nf-  | ter a half-hearted resistance by the  governor, De Laimiiy, and a handful  of Swiss.   The governor and seven of  ��������� his men were killed, the archives of  the prison scattered, and the prisoners,  seven  in  number,  were carried  i through the streets and hailed as vie-  I tims of tyranny and martyrs in the  ��������� people's cause,      'Ihe building itself  i was torn down.   The anniversary of;  i the taking of the Bastille is celebrated  j every year us the aauuiial holiday of  Franco.  LIVE STOCK  EXHIBITION'S  To the man who raises live stock,  to the lover of live stock, it should be  an inspiration to him to gaze upon  the magnificent horses, cattle, sheep  and swine exhibited at our various  Fnirs over this Western country during the past month. Each year we  see new breeders entering the field.  Each year the old timers iind it hard,  er and harder to take home a bunch  of ribbons. And to a man who has  once been a big winner of ribbons, I  it's tough sliding to see the novice!  break into the winning ranks. j  And let me tell you another thing, j  the novice who does break  into the  .winning  camp  has  a good   right  to  nwell   up like  a  pouter  pigeon  and  strut about just a  little anyway.    A  f..'\v years back show herds "from On-  ���������tnrio  would   be  sent  West   to   'clean j  'ein up' each year, and they did too!  to a large extent.   But this year their[  Napoleons found their Waterloo, and,!  instead of making the annual 'clean I  up/ thoy found tliey must dig down  in their jeans to help pay the way  hack home, for the case prizes went  to the Western  Boys on the majority  of  classes   which   contained   Eusteni  entries.  The beauty of the whole proposition  is  that western  breeders  a e  waking;  up to the fact that th'y might win fij  little cash prize now and then.   This;  is increasing the entries   e'leh   year,  and the winning of the novices is giving the movement   tie   kind of encouragement, that is needed to-insure!  success. |  .lit talking with many of the breed-j  ers,  they  advise  that   it   was on  ac-j  count of "the boy" that they took an-  interest  in  show   stock.    It  was  he-!  cause "fhe hoy" worked to shape up;  a few animals, because he showed an  inclination*to heat out some of the;  ohl-timers, that the fithors put their  stamp of   approval   to   the     scheme  rather than disappoint th:1 hoy.  " That is the   proper   spirit,   and   if  more hoys would show that "I'm going to win policy,"   there   would  be  more  nroud  dads  to say,  "I'm. with  you son."  <3������&t>  f*vk  | MADE IN CANADA  Is the Standard Article  READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY  For making ������oap, ������oftening water, removing old paint,  diiinfocting sinks, clotetj, draint and for many other ]  purposes.   A can equals 20 lbs. SAL SODA.  Useful fer 500 purposes���������Sold EVirgtefitr*.  rCW.GIIAECTCOMPANVIJMrrED TORONTO, ONT. j  And  No Raise |  "When did you commit your first l  fatal extravagance?" I  "Wheu :ny  boss    referred    to    niy 1  wages us my salary." \  "And when did you perpetrate this i  latest folly?" |  "!liie day my wife called my salary  my 'income.' "���������Cleveland Leader.  Dying Words CO. D.  pld Skmboiies' was dying. The  nurse asked him if he had any last  words. , "Ves," he murmured; "tele-  giaph my hi other in Caicugo and  s'e'ftd collect."  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria, i  An old gentleman' accustomed to!  walk around Bt. ,)allies' pink eve/v ;  day, was once asked by a friend if he!  still took his usual walk.  "No, sir," replied the old man, "I;  can not do as much now. 1 can't wai/1  around the park. I. only go half way i  around andnback again." j  Small but Potent;���������Parmelee's Veg-  eta ble I'ills are small, but they are effective in action. Their fine qualities  as a (Corrector of stomach troubles are  known to thousands and they are in  constant demand everywhere by tho.-e  who know what a safa and simple  remedy tliey are. Tiiey need no introduction to those- acquaint d with  them, but to those who may not know  ihi'in they ate-presented as the best  preparation on tne market for disorders of the stomach.  It is useless providing pure fresh j  milk for your children, and then ul- \  lowing., disease genu' bearing ilies to!  cjiit.tiniii:it-'. it. * Use Wilson's Fly |  Pads and keep your house free, from '  the fiiyiy insects.  "P-w John! H<> was ii kind nnd  fit-braving lHish'ind!" sobbed John's  vi low on her return fvom the funeral.  "Ye?," said a sympathizing neighbor,  ."but it's fir the best. You must try  to comfort your-elf my de*ir. with the  thought that vour husband is at peace  at last."      , ���������'-���������*���������������������������  |    Bailie   (to    witness)���������"And     where,  | were you when.thisassafllt occurred?"  Witness���������"Just across the street."  ;    Bailie���������"Then why.didn't you go to  jthe   complainant's   assistance    when  you snw nim attacked?"  I    Witness���������"Faix, 1 wasn't sure then  i thut he. wouldn't be the defendant."  Friend���������Haven't you named the  baby yet  Proud Mother���������No; we must be very  'careful to give him a nice one, because there will be so '.'ninny named  after him when he is premier.  Policeman to tvi<-f climbing into a  window by. an apple treel��������� "Whnt arc  you dome un'-that tree?"  Th.'ef���������"Looking for an apple or  two."  PolieiMivnv���������"Appbs in April?"  Thief���������"E\-pu=e mo, sir���������I bad forgotten that."���������Flieeende Bla'etter.  ! One of the commonest complaints of  jinlanis is worms and the most effective application , for them is Mother  i Grave's Worm Exterminator.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper,  "Why don't you get'married" said  Blank to a friend of his. "Because, in  the first place, I detest women on  principle; secondly, anil chiefly, be-  eaus' marriage would int nfere, 'with  niy literary work." "Whnt class of  -work4i^~l-juu-_wj-iiingJiixe^aia������ifiisl  "You think they dm prove the  young mnn was mentally, incapacitated nt the fine?"  "Oh, "yes, Th"y've got nil the evi-  denco that's necessary to show that  his father always ga^e him all the  'money lie wanted,"���������Cleveland Plain  Dealer,  "Repeat the words- the defendant  used," eommnnded 'counsel for the  woman plaintiff in a: cn'se of slander  being tr ed iu tiie ,-'First Criminal  Court of Newark.-recently,       ,   .  "I'd r;.ther not," bashfully replied  i the def -n-lart*. "They were hardly  1 words to tell to a gentleman," '  "Whisper them to the judge/then."  mainmnimously   suggested   counsel���������  I and the court was obliged to rap for  I order.���������Lip inoott's.  Red,  Weak,  Weary, Watery Eyes  Relieved by Murine Eye Remedy.  Try.-,Muiine for your Eye Troubles  You will like Murine. It Soothes,  50c at Your Druggists. Write for Eye  Hooks Free. Murine Eye Remedy  Co., Toronto. .-... 2  Jenkins���������"it was business that detained mi> last night."  Mrs. Jenkins���������"Oh, indeed!"  Mr. Jenkins���������"Certainly; you know  I wouldn't deceive you."  Mr-*. Jenkins���������"No, William, you  wouldn't deceive me, no matter what  you said!"  A Tale of Russian Wolvei.  i  |    A man was telling about an exeit-.  ; ing experience in Russia.   His sleigh  wus pursued ovwr the frozen wastes  by a pack of nt least a doy,on famish-  ! e������l wolves.   He arose   <*m\   shot  tho  ; foremost one, and fhe others stopped  to devour it.    But they soon caught  up with him, and In* shot another,  ! which was   in turn   devoured.   This  ! whs repeated until the last famished  ; wolf was almost upon hitn with yearn.  ing jaws when���������  j "Se.y, partner," broke in one of tho  IHeiiern, "nceor-Uti!? to your reckon-  ; ing, that last famished wojf must havo  luul the other eleven iiis'iio of him."  "Well, come to think it over," ntxld  tlni story toller, "mnyb' In* wasn't io  ilunii'd famished, after all!"  ��������� Clerical 8lipi.  ! An English pivnelier, discoursing  upon Hiinyuii and his works, caused  n tiller niiitinu Iim hearer* by exi'laim-  ing, "In tln'w day*, my brethren, we  vvi.tit   more   lliinyatis!"  Another clergyninn, pleading onm-  cm!,v with his piiri*liinner.* for iho  ciiiMnn'tion of a cemetery for their  pniv.lt, asked them to consider "the  lieplori'ble condition of ,10,000 Chris-  '.:;n. |-;iiplishni"ii living wiilmut Chris-  i an burial."  Still more curious was this elerienl  , ���������.lip. ( A t'l'tilli'itiun snid to ii uittilsW:  "When do you expect to see Deacon  .S, againf"  "Never." said the reverend gentle,  mini Aolctiiitly. "Tho <l������ueon U in  heaven."  The Most Human Picture Ever Painted  THE DOCTOR"  A photogravure reproduction of this great painting, 22x28 inches in size  -the largest photogravure ever printed.  PRIOE 25,c, POSTAGE PREPAID  Tkifi'itigtii:' Tringui"..  The benidly Vitelline, ns Olbbi.n  call,, him, spent at least mix millions  ul iiiuut*)' mi table in ai man) mouth.-..  lie iiiv.intoil, or hit. cook invented (nr  him, a dish which he designated **ib,������  ' )      .'   X*"' ������������������������������������   "     It,,  ,   ,1   II ,   ,,,;,,  1'ipiil niuredjetiis Mn* tlniniiixt,,**,-  t<*iu!iu-i>, of which Imtli Pliny nml  Martial ������������|>*'iik in orieoniiaMii* Utim.  Dumpier says that tin* Haiiiingi������'i������  ii'Vo "Ititsiv tongues, and nenr tlw  runt i������ a piece o| (lit whicii '���������* accutinU  ��������� d u gnat diimty." Wlu-n Captain  tin, >i wn* *i������rv<'vittir tl,,. ,-t,i ,-,,..,,������ ,,f  .Vffivii 111* i������;illor.������ .-li,,! il.m-ji iiiindreiid  nf th. >>e ln-niitiful lutd. it, t,r.|.-r, with  nn -xun\,tv oe ,-   *    ,,,  \ ,i. ;;,������������������i  to fnitk*- b 'Hi-.i "I l.i.   l-.tigit,������ i.Ujiie.  "A tir**\ tiurprite.  Pflpfl-lltllllH-.    I    ollniihllt't   Ik������   Mlf*  fWlW������l  tf (Mil  Would *f|.d )C,U H  littl*  tmhy t*mtln������r iflM-v mum H'tat n,.,uld  \nt> ihhik or llm:  KuitiM*-������������w. I'^I'ti, I think it w���������rt\A  tm rprtenly hireiyl Awl *ajr, tn-rm.  tei'a ynn nml tne kwp Jt a miiprlm* for  -We  W   N. U . No. tM  Thn nriifinnf of <hi������ m'oiil Diuntiim, by T.ukc Fildos, hangs in tho Tato  Gnllprv, in I^ontlon, placiui thoro by poptitarNiitJHcrjpiioii oi lin- KiiiUIn jku  ])k*.   KT������������vi������r has hriiKli dopieh'd more powerfully the expros������ion.*i of profos-  sionnl nmity, maternal tfrief, fatherly hopeleHnneHH or childUh holplpssnens.  It in really'n������ well m figuratively the most human of the world's great  works of art.  Newspaper enterprise, backing modern mechanical progress, makes it  jwwihle lo put tlii* work of ail into the hands of the pubHe'nt this nominal  eost.  THE ART STORE PRICE OF THIS PICTURE WOULD BE $2,50  Send 25 cents to THI PICTORIAL PRESS, P. O. Box 1856, Winnipeg,  Canada, and Picture will be tent you by return mail. THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  l  -i ���������  ���������4**m  one  *.     "*���������.������������������     ^^  .*,>���������������  ^v.  '.V  ������*-"t  ^  )f  r&m������  eM~A  '���������'SVJ  ���������*&lh<������&  w  \  -V  ���������������&&,  ������?,V^VV" W**IS������  S���������v'   W ������v,. ' ^5*    w  *  \.w   Svv,     st-w* v������>^  r  N A satirical sketch by Grace Greenwood, published fifty"' years ago, a  silly woman, ^married to.an Intellectual man, is made to say:  "If I were the queen'.,I would have  Christmas come In warm vyeather, bo  that the children could take their new-  toys out of doors. They make so much  JQfiiS^in������J,he_Jiaus!et~-������������������-������������������������������������--i*-  V-  My fellow-housewives, recollect, with  me, how often and how fervently we  have wished  that canning time would  1 come in cold weather instead of In the  "muggy" heat of the heated term,  Mem.:     Lest   the   fastidious   reader  ���������Should take exception to that word as,  slangy or provincial, let me say here  that Byron applied it to certain close,  warm days of an Italian winter, and  the Century Dictionary defines it aa  "damp and close; warm and humid;  containing moisture in suspension." If  the learned lexicographers add that  "the word In probably confounded with  'mucky!' " we take no note of thc qualification. -. .-������,,...,".   ,      ; J,  ....  ... ,   -..   ���������*.  Nineteen times out of twenty the  muggy dnys are In full possession of  the earth Just when fruit is fully ripe  und tomatoes are In their scarlet prime,  As a consequence, when fruits and vegetables ure cheapest, And cunning, like  the "tide In the affairs of men," must  be "taken at tlie flood" If ono would be  successful in the work,  Let us confess at the outset thnt it Is  not pleasant work. Some of us suffer  more thun others from the sustained  heat of the range and kitchen, lusep-  arable from tho final stages of the  process. All find lt more or less trying.  Then, again, lt Is "tnussy" business.  Miss Leslie, of Complete (look-Book  fame, also a popular author half u century buck, declared that word and Its  associate noun, "muss," vulgar and not  to be found In nnv dictionary nf the  English language. 1 have just looked It  up ii In! lake a wicked .pleasure. In contradicting my revered predecessor In  housewifely literature. "Muss" and  "mussy" are legltlmato words In tho  vocnbulnry of today, I record (lie fact  the more readily because our house,  wife will hnvo abundant need of both  In the Inborn luld to her hand In our  present Talk,  So much for the dark side of the ������ub-  v*  XA  m **���������***)  j>X -  IK.'^  \      '>    -  m iH **  e/z-r egp<Am/JZy?3  ar^ -^w^/^jseed  ject, The bright is broader and more  enduring. For there is no Just comparison between the quality of the  fruits and vegetables put up In vour own  kitchen miner ymir peiso-ntil supervision and that of the "canned goods"  bought from the grocer.  It Is not alone thnt your products nre  better flavored nnd less expensive lm  tho long run, Thev ure more wholesome nr.d absolutely above suspicion'  Wllh respect to tho presence of ehenil-  cni preservatives, There Is Just the  difference between them and the factory output tbat one finds between sewing done by hnnd nnd that turned out  by the slop-shop machine.  Thus much I Imve snld prefatory to  tho main body of our paper, In tho  hopo of encouraging the housemother  in her resolution to oan hor own fruits  am) vegetables this yonr,  Hunt applied In tho right way���������and  all the time���������Is the prime agent In the  worlt, Mnke sure, beyond the shadow  of n doubt, that cans and lops and  rubbers are sound, po not allow yourself, from economical scruples, to use  last year's rubbers. Got new ones  ench year. G'nss cans cost more to  begin with tban metal, but t.h������v hi i't.  for an Indeflnlto period nnd there Is  nlwnys difficulty In jittemptlug t"  solder the metal, If nne Is not an expert. Moreover, the chnnee thnt metal,  even In guaranteed nans, mny affect  the Inste of the contents Is not to In*  overlooked.  Mny I urge upon you the advantages  of a habit I have practiced for forty  years, when canning and Jellyi*Vr and  preserving are the business .f -the  morrow? I have everything that will  be required in the process set out ln  -due���������array"oveTnigKir3^n~tHe~K?tffi"  in which the tomatoes or fruits are to  be cooked is hard by tbe range, and  the boiler in ��������� which the cans, etc., are  to be sterilized,.filled with water, ls  on the stove or range. Then I arise  before tbe sun peeps over the., hills,-  and with niy willing assistants fall  to work. If Jelly is the order of the  day, the fruit is left on the low fire  all night. A tail stoneware jar Is  filled with currants, apples or whatever is to be put up, and set in a  kettle of warm water, covered closely.  By midnight the simmer of the water  In the outer vessel has softened the  contents of the Inner. They cool  gradually, but continue lo soften until  morning. It ls nothing uncommon for  us to finish the work by 9 o'clock. I  have, again and again, put up dozens  of glasses of jelly and Jars of marmalade before taking my seat at the  head of the breakfast table. And alt  the debris and general stickiness of  the operation is cleared nwny by the  time the molds are ready for their  morning meal, They like lt! For myself, the delight of getting tho boat  and burden of tho dny over In the  cool of the forenoon repnys me n  thousandfold for the loss of the additional two hours In bed sacrificed  to secure this end.  Canned for Stewing.  If you are putting up what we know  ns "stewed tomatoes,*' for soups nnd  stews, or for serving as a vegetable  sensoned with pepper, salt nrnl sugar,  ihutter nnd a diish of onion Juice, you  need pnv Utile attention lo Ihe flzc nf  the tomatoes, See that thev nre sound;  cut nwny green, liurd places In them;  pack In a deep pun and cover with  water poured from the boiling kettle,  Cover to keep In the stetitn, In half  an. hour tho skins will be loose enough  to be stripped off, Do this quickly, laying each In a colander to drain away  tho Juice, When nil nre ready, put'Into  n porrelnln-lliied or nn ngate-lron kettle  and set over n quick tire, There Is no  danger of burning, for Ihe Julee will  run freely us the tomatoes.heat.   Cook  ten minutes after the boil is reached, at hand large-mouthed sterilized and  add salt to taste and dip out with a per- heated jars. Fill, very carefully, with  forated skimmer. the   whole   tomatoes;   cover   at   once  Tli������jang^_QAiLfl_b^MMiuscalded_and__.v^it-h���������the���������reserved���������strahrerr���������JHttB"  standing, in a pan of hot water on the  range. In another pan the rubbers and  tops lie In hot water, after sterilization  In boiling water. ��������� L������t an assistant  empty a can dexterously and set it ln a  shallow pan (also hot) on the range  close by the kettle. Fill It with the  skimmer until the juice runs over tlw  top into the pan below. Tbe helper must  fit on tbe rubber and clap the covcrinto  place without tbe delay of a second,  lift up the can, remove to the table,  wipe oft the outside and screw down  the top tightly. Pour what has- overflowed Into the pan back into the kettle,  and you are ready for another can  Keep the kettle containing the tomatoes at a slow, steady boil all the time,  likewise the water In which the Jars are  laid, Let the assistant tighten the tops  every few minutes as tliey cool and  shrink. When ������1) are filled and washed,  set tbem away In the dark, tops downward.  In the course of an hour, examine  them to see that no Juice oozes irom  some Imperfect joint thnt bus escaped  scrutiny. There should be no nli* bubbles In the can, There need be none If  you fill It slowly and until the liquid  netunlly runs over the top. If anv get  under the rubber, refit It on the Instant,  without lifting the cover. The germ-  laden nlr does the mischief. Bxeludo  this by the active beat and you nru  safe,  To Can Tomatoes Wliolo.  Out up small, nnd whnt ynu might  call refuse tomatoes, nnd slew ilium  soft, Turn Into a cheesecloth bug and  let the Juice drip Into n bowl below  the ling, without squeezing it, When  Ihn pulp bus dripped dry, sensnn tho  Juice In the bowl with salt nml while  pepper. Cover and keep hot, -Meanwhile you,.,should have cored very  neatly large smooth tomatoes of uniform sine, Lny (hem, side hy side, In  a large dripping or bnke pun and  cover tlimp with cold wnter. Kit nn-  othor pan or u cover oloseiv over tlin  whole nml set In an oven where thev  will come slowly to the boll, As soon  ns the wnter fairly bubbles, take up  the pan and sot upon the rango, Havo  (which must be boiling hot) and seijl.  These are fine for stuffing and  baking in'the winter. Vou muy put  up egg tomatoes ln this way. They  are not cored and make a nice salad,  laid upon lettuce.  The tomatoes are not skinned, and  hold their shape well.  Another Way of Canning Tomatoes  Whole.  Pick out firm, largo tomatoes of uniform size. Lay In a pan and cover  with boiling water. Cover for ten,  minutes and strip off the skins. Have  ready two-quart Jars, sterilized and  heated. Pack one lull of the who.e  and skinned tomatoes, Set in a deep  pan of boiling water and lit tbe cuver  to tbe jar loosely. Now Mil another  jar and net In the pan. Do thin until  llie Jars, are all full. Cover and let  tliom stand tn the boiling wnter for  eight minutes. Take on" tbe tops, one  at a timo, and fill to overllowlng with  bulling water from tho teakettle, sea'  nnd set aside In  the dark to cool.  Tomatoes,,, however canned, iilioulit  bo kept from tbe light until you aro  ready to use them. Wrap each can In  thick paper. The light acts chemically  upon color and flavor,  Canned Asparagus.  Hull the stalks tendor, but not until  they break. Take up ������ontly rum pack  Into sterilized and heated jars, thn  tips upward. Fill to nverilowlng with  boiling water (freshly boiled) from  tho teakettle nnd seal Instantly.  Keep tho Jars covered with paper  and In u cool place. Asparagus  canned In this way Is moru dellcnto  of flavor than wben put up in tlio  liquor In which It Is. cooked tender  beforo canning,  Canned  String  Beans.  String tlinin thoroughly and cut Into  Inch lengths. Cook tender, but du not  let them break. Season Willi Halt and  pepper. Lift from the boiling pm.  wllh a spill spoon nml (III the prepared Jars under your hnnd, Strain  tlni water In which they were bulled,  THE   HOUSEMOTHERS'   EXCHANGE  Advice From a Nurse  I AH ii sraduste irulni'il mirm will answer  tlic iiomnn who wishes Inforiniitlun nn  ihe subject,  , r.nd .tt tin tinsiillal paleetinl by yoa  'jr ii|i|'lli-iiilon papers, After tlmy ni������ sent  in, the niipolnniiiiii will probably fellow  In dun timo. After vou enier Hip tnilnlnii  si'luml, llm iiilmiishlllly nf ynu, llm ii|i|,lies iii, will pnun be seen,  Tlin lite nf n muss l������ lisril, but lh* wnrk  Is ulnilmiN, K vim mt "called," sit Into  II,   If nol. I'liimni Minis nllu-r profession.  I Ihiik swn srsiiimiiii iiitn n iliiin  heusewlfe snd mother. An such. I iiiivii  ofli-n Ihmililll nf wrltlns In nur Kennnniy  I'nrimi'. In lliepe Urn's nf IllBli prices,  rutin Umi call fnr eleven rntt* iln nnt iqi-  iii>������I In nii*, however ninsl llm cnkn iim'  Iki. I will si'iiil ii rei'liw lur ������|iioilnlil  which l������ partly my Invention, It !> ko.h1,  sn.l It ii'dy inks Ihr |iise������ nf must,  A Luncheon Dltli.  Hii,IK llii ������|isi(livtlt Inlu I'livn thr������-n  Ini'tKM Inim tliil lii'll ti'inb-r In plenty nf  i.i ii I water, Tin un In u ������hui->.'ciiii half  a rnn nf I'Uiintnip, s piiii-ii ,,f i.1,1) umiI.  ��������� very ���������insll union, twn I'lon-n, mil nnd  ifd iirpiwr, i>>k tsn mliiuim; rub tlirnuvh  A Mistier: imi on i������ turn umiln nml  IhU'ken wllh ������ leoinionfiil of flour nililn-il  lni,i ii l������hli'ii|i>���������iiil������i of I,niiil, Turn tlm  finnhitttl Into s list*Ins illnh sin) pour ttm  f,.ilium wines nvci' ll, H|,i'liikli������ wllh irrst-  *il etipfr* imil put Inlu ������ mmlf-rnts nv<-n,  bavin* It Jum. I,m������ snnush  in  m������lt tha  Wut. HrMid.  Two cups ut llmir. two rnundtil timimnn.  il������ nr I'Hklfiir n.wiUr, i������(. inl.|������-������i������i-niulu  ..; I'fnwn siifsr. one amsll taw, hiilf ���������*>  tes������|iniinful nf sail;, nn* fUPful nt rhimiwil  -salnut iiiiall,  Mil in a ������.ift ilmish with milk, n* for  las lilm-ulia, 1*1 It rlw half an hour lm-  fnr* tmklni������,   links shunt twmity mlnutfs  .Vow, ������hll������ I hav* th. fl"or.  l.-t m.  n������k  *,' .      .-.    ���������������������������-.    ���������.,.:������������������-.    .-.,,���������,tt    il.*,, tiAlll    of  itillli-r   ������<nil   anulhrin   ronmiMii   in   tha  ?o:|hfrn nisrtiatf I have found anrna, and  *������m I errlnlnly itcvir again uu- thr <-������������r������*  jtllnw variety ������n|it hers, Tha nniRlna mails  frnm lhp, wiiithsni meal wars ������om������lhlns to  "M-.Hnifa" rtvfr!  ��������� I.- M.. M. (Mount Veman. N, V,).  Du southern eoromeal may be imiight  *n northern griKerles if It Is ordered.  Tltrre nte agent; for southern milt* in  n e*1 nf (fir tii'ffi* - Itlcf A-*U fi.r ll.e  "w-t'i-Kinund" mi-Ml. It i* sent tn me  l-'i-.t Vlrirlnl������, but I am told It may b*  irtlvTr-A hw, We tii-vtr ii-p [!IC yellow  nil In eaaertv. M Mi- flnntn It Is  i'.ilird "thieken fi+d." Ixlnj, u������fyl |n the  |**������iltry varrl snd sinM/s |t |������, 3i ynu  memj '���������finnr ������������ul rttnk ley ,i,m*,������rt*ut\  ,������!���������'  "������ whit* w������ter-*rroim<t meal,  May I ask why you direct that dough  raised with baking powder In- kit i*  miind hulf an hour before taking? The  Ronornl opinion of housewives Is tlmt  anything oontnlnlng baking powder  should go Into the oven as suon ns it Is  mixed, Your letter Is, tbt'ougiiuiit, thut  of a woman who does not spn.iii uiiuil-  vlsedly, J feel sura that ymi havo  reason for the nil". As Miss l������o*������  Hurtle has It, "I only ask for information," Wo nro ever on the lookout for  some new and helpful thing,  Vour lettnr Is iiilriilrnble. I natch nt  thu excuse for asking for nnother com*  iiiunlt'iitiuii from the same fntilu pen.  A Seed Inquiry  Please till mn now whir* I can gat the  ������*nl������ nf I he viisciiiMc fruit wu run J nf in  >>ur   I.niMiiiii-.    |   ������hMuid   ilka   i���������   have  AN OLD IIH(X>KI<YMTH IN TH': >Y������������HT  lAlilU),  ill.).  I am told that the seed stores keep  them, I runnnt glvn business addressiH  In the lixehaiige. Write to some friend  In liriioklyn tu get llin seeds of the Burden lemoii and orange, or what our California, member call* th* luimn cucumber."  The tVcfrtnh!'' t.einmi-  , 1 haw wHltsn umiis wli>n wlilfii innl tm  IiH|,fuI In nu filloit lioiinn l'm������. if )v<i llnnk  llimi wertlir nf iiaulnv mi, .     , ,.    ���������.  I   IjatS-IV   l������ll>((llll   WIBM   ,tM,  it   l)������   "biwntt-  cwiimlnr." at tha }winalii������ m ''llml lio*...I  Ililnk It mii������t In- tlii- Miir ar (lie ''i-yi-ulilit  ���������mnn" ������a rtad el In Un Kiihan ������. 1 nrrar  irnril rrf m������Mn������ |ire������w**������ri nf Iln. ii. I'i-ilil|i������  w������ rtcm'l i^il Il,������n n;, In !til< <>������ Ii-ii.i.i- w���������  ',. - . . *-- *..,,,,.*,,.,. , ,.,,,, ,,ii^i, >, i,i.  l<re-rrtnl, Tin") Krttbi) ani Iln- i, nl ili-linmin  ��������� ;uiiml*in, I tiff M*'������i._ The ���������*"'��������� ,f)*i wall;  im  _��������� I new a* ������nrh an 'is* nii la������i aiVniner.'  M Tlw ais [i������lit iintn ohm i ><b in rn up  fnf  Ilia   laM������,   tumlfis   irllmt    *  Ur*   riiini,  l#l ma ailil Ilia) I la-i-i- ������li - "Oii-r or onr  rnmilin; iB.jrl������li|ii/i I Iul n* trithl liar* innra  ���������oftra.f'ir Ihf J.flm mjiii tin tm** art  nbluail to (Will fnr wast of ritin  II. %. ,,.  I, n,���������r,li.. I .1,1,  The recl|������-s will npi'mr in aot,n Ms we  ran iiiiike rnmn fnr .'nm ''''.nl* vou  lor tbe seeds. They . ntl ls������ve t,,n<.r-  ������)>Jt- jilsic In niy gsi-i ii.  I am sure yoti ������pn?i, i������i������ my position  with reliillon Jo ifi* 'P'oe. You mr*  evidently a r**iiul������r iml ' tntnt tindmr  at iba Exchtmr*-   1������ tit* connection  ..    -.jJCV- *     1     tfi      m-n-������p������ linr    ������������������>'������������������������    pair     ���������Hl'Wrii  lli* (1o.li t* irl'|, ami aw.*! anil ������>ll il������.irn|,  I. un >������nilln������ ion xrnio iiol., In tht |k>|hi that  tlify ma)  >Irlil aliiimUnllv, tin) n������l  nm will  I reply tn two elderly members who  cn'iipliiln of tho lino type In which letters nnd menus must bo set up, Yot I  rcltemte thnt tney would not be so  printed If there were room to print them  otherwise,  Concerning Cookbooks  Klmily iilvc nm n reelim for lemon  murlniiiie pie, nnn for soft, Ii'Iiib for cake  niiil loll ino linw.tii innl cliiu'dliiNi in ih������  li-liiii. 1 phoiibi aI������o Ilk* a rei'iiis fur ml-  sin cuke,  I liuvu two nKiklinnliS, lull thuv iln nnl  Slvu iiui thi'Pii ri'i'lpus,   ���������  V. A. K. (Ni'W Ynrk cllyi,  Yi i )'<m should bo able in llml some of  tbem In any cookbook that Is goiinriil  in Its rango of subjects. I have noticed  lately thut tlm ppcclnllslng tendency nf  the idle, which makes ll hard tn g.-t  uoinl "ueiicrnl housomnlds," Is showing  Itself In tbe cookbook,  Fortunately, | can supply the deficiency* or omission* in tliosn ynu have,  Lemon Meringue Fie.  Huh tn n smooth creum a cupful of  powdmvd sugar with a lienplng table-  sponnfiil of builer, fllli* a Uhlespimn-  ful of coriistarcli Into four great ������|Kion-  fills uf cold wninr until dissolved,   pour  , '.'��������� - -,,., ���������. uiiiiii.h mmiKi , uio  unlll mnonth and hent Into the ereiimmt  '   IM , j   .,;, I   ,.;..,.,..     H, i   ���������������t,lit   lllllli   i;.l|i|,  Then Mlr Into the mixture the grnied  rlml mid the strained juice of one large  or of two smnli lemons. I^iatly. beat in  an igg which you have whipped very  light, rti-at all Imnl for a minute. Have  ready a platn lined with a good puff  liilMtu which bus beep baked In n verv  I I I.I, I      ,.,   I   l> I  ,   -    ,.,  into this the mixture yun have Just  made, set buck Into a quick oven and  cover with tlilrk |iii|*r. In ten minutes  peep under the paper, nnd If ihn lemon  inlxliirf. be firm In the middle, pour  quickly over It. without removing fro.n  His oven, ft merliigiif. mndo by'whipping ullft tbt- whiles of two eggs with a  leioqii'finfill cf powdered sugar nnd it  ilnsh nf lemon Julee. Xhuf the oven ;mrt  1  !    '.Id    ll., iit.-i .e     r    slightly,      |,'.:il  cold, If properly made, this Is a cheiip  timl di'llcinim pie.  Soft Front Inp.  Whl|) hslf a cupful of eretim rtlff,  add the wliies of ������.) *** *\*t> prhlppfvl  to i pundlnc froth; :*n'y, lent  m m  rilpful   'if    prtU'dr-rnl    sun i*    l";i!,iii!:v.  Have fveryu.inu ui.*J m tiie process i,e  cold, setting tbo mixing bowl In cracked  lea whllo you bent,  If you wnulil ndd chocolate to soft  Icing, bent Inlu |hc meringue two table-  spoonfuls uf finely grated chocolate before adding the whipped cream,  Raiiin, Cake.  A raisin cake Js mado upon (tie foundation nf a good run enke, adding at llm  last a cupful of raisins, donned, sneded  nnd cut Into thirds, then dredgnd well  Wllh Hour.  One More  1 make place for yet mui mure reeliw  ���������������������������lit In by an esteeiiiml cniri spuinbuil, for  White Fruit Cake,  Whiles uf Inn i'Iikm. oim nml u nuari������r  ;\l(,fill* of SUIiUlnli.l ruKMr, one nil' of  luul, l\ iwn (in,I it hnlr eiliip of llmir. Imlf n  eil|i i.r milk i,lie ti,i������|iO,iiifl*l ol rieuiii ot  tnrflir. hsIf il |e,ir|,..,.uful of a,i,|.i, oiw le-i-  si'iimifill isnli of shin, eliims, slnsar. nutmeg iim) cliinainim, oim nicliil of sniil  nlllinmlii, nlii- iill'lill of whlln vhi'iIIi np  liilrllin, nne cuiiriil of i-uinlleil lilmii m  l'liieii|Mi|e. hub il iiiiiliil o[ iiiiU'iim inun nr  ciiinjli'il cliirili-i,  mim til,  I'li'iinl Inilii-i' mill siisni' thi.i'"iiii>i!y; wlilp  tile while, tn it liKlit (umi: *,),\ tin, eriiiin  ef tsrlsr snd whin Miff. Sift tint (lour ni������,  niiil ������n<tii nml sulci," ntot i-'fi Ho-,'. mi���������i.������  ,,,,���������., ,u., ..n.i i.ui- iu���������r,iusiil>, In Jii"  eruinit,!  Iiiiller un<l   auimr  ml'l  tin-   mftk,  n .   .���������'���������:������������������        .-".-.,   .      ,  , .-,'1,  Kllr in fruit ami nuia ami inure tlniir if  lienli',1. I-i ii,:il������,- Dm- i .iiI��������� i rtill Thin  eskt. inliv I* Ijiikeil In the men nr meiiim-il  In n "ennksr." tf III*' liller !��������������� iireil II  will Im ilmiw iii iiIhiui 'luta himr-1, H will  renulre. If linkeil, about one h-mr wllli  Plow   In-Ill,  I hiHi thla will relict, ymi, ntul ti,m Dm  meinlwr  from   Molior,    M.i     mil  m.-i-'   with  riuiiiiinVi'-ii wiih*is'������i' we������iii'a li  .V.  M   V,  (KalsiisipiH).  Mleh.l,  I wonder If you know Imw well ynu  understnnd the aft of wrltlnw recipes?  Likewise, how few practical housewives know Imw to tell tiihi-rs what  they do so well? There Is not it useless  line In ynur fortnutu, ana* each singe  of the work.Is srlven In the fight order  and an eletrly that a tyro In r.-ike-mak-  HiK   i -u'lil   iml   gii  .n.trny.  Always su|i|Ki������lng she run afford 'n  these tfays to have fruit eak* ui-on b������r  tn ' f tan :  About Canaries  Kln'H ������,lu������e mo tiiim ! n.a-. rn " ' -V  itmt   trials  <f  ili������  iir**itlvis sii-1 ii"  "f  i  l> 'il V   I .!,'#*' ||     .      M     ,i*>i >  You may find such s fn.inuul m .my  of your booksliires, Dealers in birds  and cages usually keep the hooks nn  hand, or thoy can tell you what tu get  and where,  .-tlii r������ Ih-Iii'vi* tuni iln- son nlr, contain.  ng. ns ii dues, mn,. ,,f tin- pollen from  llll)     Held    nml    Wr,ysldi>    MHWcil,    Is    a  siiecitic rnr ibe painful nffn Hun,  Is it a 11 ous?  I ������m deeply Inlirenteil In vnur nrili'lti  alituiI i-lnirnlea, Imio-r, iml >H more In  what you ������ny of iht. inumif.viiir*' of (dec-  lllilty  In 11 slflsp  hex  wild   im nsencv i-i-  ei-i I     t I . ,..   i  wiieni vm* saw ilils woiiiiirnil ttuiig?"  I     Hull,'I,    t|..ip r     -I ,-t'.|  ^- oi. 1,-lj, y.iinl������ in Kel it irally t>oi���������| r������-l|������  fur corn lirimt line i������ ,,,;, ,r n, lu.lil-  i,mr<i, Mil,:  Corn Bread,  Twn  enrs  tirsirn   pilirliliy,   Imlf  s   tea.  eiuMiiiful  nf  asll,   half  n  eii-ittu  nt sUlnw  e.irnimiil, Iwn eiitiliils of null, un-l one leiil  i. Mkfin.i^fiii i.f iinidfiy |ii,u>l,o     mm ,,.,i,i'.  ������������������ ��������� .- ���������-     i..' iri iii-ni, ,|  lli.ll   )!l|ll   pSilP.     HSke   III   II   hll  k   "llll.     IlR  Mile Ihe Sinn finna arc of Inn.  nm  nn.  PUM.INM A   C   (Hnnt.-i M-i,l, n   i',,|.i.  Another oorrespondent ii������Hum������������ that  tny lain of siin.genentie.i eleiirlclty Is  a honx I would refer tlm doubter to  nn article In a late numbir of the  World's Work, In which this new ills,  eovcry nf lint wondroiin power of natural  rorcew Is mentioned  sertoneiv  ,im,|  re-  fl-t . if.illy.    Hi.Mhn ���������������-> ii toe none ilem-  iiiisirsieil under my own eyes, I enimot  douhl,  If ; il f.ilt- l" ..-lol lor i'. I i .tu ni|i-  t-!,v tbe Inlilrte* of Ihe In .I'lip.iirlcrs ut  the marvel j.id ile������|in. (., |o,,k Inlu.  I tblnk thai, bv ii..*. tio'ii of tn������.  rei-Kers iifu-r liifi.rmsii"ii n-mtive to  eii irnlr-sp buftf-r runt" !��������� .v.- f. en tny  r.ote ther������u|>on In ������ !������(<��������� !���������������' ioingi-. Thn  Vii'ie*s  Is  pati'nlid, si"l   (hus tut tlm  only person who can speak at flrst hand  on the subject would miftm to lie the  correspondent who bus tub! us that  much nml censed from tbe work of  ineruy then and there.  I  repeat what I  suld at that dales  "I have biiiicstly revi>ub*d all 1 know  of Uu. mm ler,"  Surely It Is time for tlnsnt who know  morn (or all) tn "iniiku a clean lircaeu"  of Hint knowledge,  How lixiy liiitli.-p bn made to emtio  without il.isher and ctmrnv  (jiutrtiless liutter  I nm a riiulns of Die lloiikeinothiip'  !���������:������.  ehiuisi', mul rhoiilil like your s*������liil������ni;i' In  sellllilt Ihe   ret'lpn   for   niiiklns   i lunnl.������������������>,  I mor |    Ip,,|    tnvr,     -.n:\i.il.li     |,���������-,l������    ..,',,1  illrix'lliiiia In the ICxi'hsnsn, nnd J nm line  lllir    In    receive    IV     I'll Vol ll,],-     |l,-|i|������     li    lay  pellllon, Mrs,  H   H.   i|li|tie,   ,V,,nl,|,  Here Tiny An  Will ynu lie klinl I'li'Mish In I'llnt n n 'nd  recli.r, f������r lemon pie. innl , m- rn- u ,-n-i.-nd  |.lr-T     Mrs,  I'   V,    iM.Meui.-l,ii!li.   V>',  Vs.),  Lemon PU*.  poiiK   a   i upful   nf   very ��������� Hnn   bread-  crnnil,"   In   Inir  ',     o, ' ���������'     '   ���������    "       r   '  10 .1   I llll,l|   Hulf   it   riljilill   of   Nilll.ir   Willi  11 henplim   t,'ili||.|||i.���������ii.r ll of  li.llli I       lle.il  very llMhl the yolki of (tiiec ,-i"n and  ^(te w'iIi.- nf ,me -te.t wblp ito-io ':.;1P thn  creaiiied liuitur and ������ugiir. Mnn ih<>  toiiked ciiiinlis mul lb" Jtib'i- ,,( iwn  leiniiiiH,   wllli   the   ifrnled   11 iul   ,,f   , in-.  I.lne   it   |ile   plitlf   wfii   i. ���������"   ���������        '    ' ..  im ,i,i iinoiii' i. ii, i ,|',,. k tf. if ,y , v,  lo   tjif   oVi'll   ilool'   !i||i|   |iii|l    |f.   Iln     MIX-  lure you Imve eiirnpiiiiiiili.il. llnli- o> a  golden brown, draw dgnlti to the d >ir of  the ovi ti nml spread wbb u m niigui-  iiiniln of llm rcN'TVed whiten ,|iiii iv,,i  liib!i<H|iiin|ifills tif iiowible.l t'-iiiii It ���������  ttif rt to Hie nvniaiiil brown v.-n luditlv.  Cuxtnrd Pie.  Vi-I,1-.   >liri e   - ,-;���������     ��������� .-��������� -     :l,;',i    ..... .   >i.- ,,  In ill    ill    ffllir    talib nlniolifnlS    o!     Mllrt.tr.  I'our upon thetn, very slowly nii-l "Ur-  I mi- nl!  Hie  lino-    *rf n  .���������������������������! ��������� ,'������   .,  ���������iiiik. Add ii p.ii, li .-f -.,!! I-, to), , if  llm Uni liinit- nim .i ti-fiDpiioiiful ' f vn.  iiDbi  or oiin-r fliviri'tif i���������st in������������������<���������     I'io-  vour |nc |il,ile, " ' ;t, . >i m It ,,y, ��������� : \-  live mliiuler. brii'li i i , l r wild whr '  ���������if <KK nml line In ii,.- i'" if! , > *  ctivi-riil iinlll the .'i������iiifil nm* set, thrr  brtUfi lljilifly. THE NEWS, CUMBERIjAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Fall and 'Winter  *p?rg!Sn������.Y������KSE������ti  fiiamciunaa  Goods*  :m  We have jus1 opened out a fine assortment of    .    .  BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS  Blankets runyinjj from $3.00 to $0.00 a pr  Comforter.*   " "       $1.75 to  $4.oo each  Flannelette Sheet* IO, II & 13 quarter &iz;ejs  YOU ARK INVITED  TO INSPECT OUR STOCK OF  FURNITURE & HOUSE FURNISHINGS  The Furniture Store  A. MoKINNON  McPhee Mock, Cumberland, R C.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refresh-  beverage  Ottawa, Sept. IG. ��������� An order-in  council has been jH^ed making  Monday, October Jilet, Thanksgiving Day this year. Tlie choice  of .'-Monday as Thai ksgiving Day  lias proven to bo so satisfactory to  the peoplei generally that the prac.  t'c will be coutintud. N<> change  fio-ii Thursday was made at tli"  n quest of the Commercial Trivel-  ltro' Association.  Locals.  There were two Chinese funerals  on Friday last.  W.  J.   Goard,   of  Vancouver,  theexpert piano tuner is in town.  Chief 'Constable  Stephenson  of  Nanaimo, avus in town last week.  Vancouver, Sept. 10 ���������Engineers are now at work making surveys in connection with the mv-  jeot of the Canadian Colliers, Ltd,  for the development of 50,000  I)' rs -power on the l'lintlidge river  in the centre of the Coniox conl  iit'ld. Within six v tusks hundreds  of men will be empl-^ed in building a dam across ilio river and  erecting a powea pl,;nt, About a  year will be occtipii-1 in eotnplet  ing the big .undertaking, The  proposed improveim ms will cost  =a������)mitJlJlQ(i,^  energy developed will lie utilized  in operating a system of cumprts-  sod rir haulage in tho mines and  running various plant)/, as well as  fourteen 'miles of railway connect  ing the collieries with the coa  bunkers at Union I5.iv."  Judge Barker, of Nanaimo, vis  ited this portion of his circuit last  week. He came and   returned  by  auto.  The  Purest  and Best  Hear in mind the Presbyterian  church concert on October aoth.  .raines AVobster and T. Cessford  left for Victoria by Sunday's boat  "ii a holiday trip.  Mr Chas-. Mnnnoni, of Van co n_  vor, arrived by Sunday's boat, and  is renewing old acfjuintanccs.  Mrs D Kilpatrick and daughter  were passengers by Sunday's boat  io Vancouver.  on the  Goast.  and made in  Cumberland.  B. Cloutier,  General Blacksmith  Horseshoeing a Specialty.  Third Ave, Cumberland  SPATES.  The TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  Ladies' Work  a Specialty.  (������������������������������������������������������������S^^  TAILOR I  S. 1SAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made  >o *">������!������-  from $20 to S35    All Work First Class  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the partnership firm of 'Ric.kson& Cart-  wfight" was dissolved on September 15,  1910, and the business will in future be  carried on by Mr. T.Rickson. AH accounts nnd debts against and due the  said firm are payable, respectively, by  and to, Mr. Rickson.  THOMAS E.   CARTWRIGHT,  THOMAS RICKSON.  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  Merchant  K. AIDA  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR.MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS mflt)B TO   ORDBf-* RJiD  IN ANY STYLE YOU U1ISJ4.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  ���������^1���������^���������^mi������������������MHM-mu mt��������� ���������   miii,   ���������TH***mmr**r*mmmr***^^  CUMBERLAND, -.     - B. C.  *AAA^AA*V������V-^A-^^^W   W<-^W^*^WVW  Norman Short, of Vancouve;,  arrived iu town last week.  ���������^Ne^r-W'estniiiTStei,~def"eatpd~tlio  Nationals at lacrosse on Satnrdoy  last bv a scon* of 7 to 3.  We owe it to the community  in which we live to do every-  ��������� iiiug we can in everv way possible that, will be to i'sidvan'age.  Om neighbor's prosperity means  a great deal more to us than someone's who lives elsewhere. We  should bear this in mind in buying our goods, We can afford to  pay our home man tt firm price  for his wares rather than send  our money away, knowing, as  we do, that every do .lur our own i  own citizen make* will help iu  sustaining our schools, churches  and public institutions. It pays  richly to patronize home industry.  Up to August 1st San Frnncis-  co Imu raised close  Lo $6,500,000  towards   financing   iho  proposed  lNiniimii-l'aoilic Exposition  to  he  held  for the celohniimi   of   the  completion ol' tho J'l.iuinm Civnnl  in 1015.    It is going before Con  gross next Deeoiitlier  to   nsl<   for  (foveniinent recognition mid confidently ox pouts to gft it.    Menu*  while, the entire west is lining up  in support of Sun I'Yiuiisiw'.o, en I  dorsiiig tlio big pi'ojn't,      As lm I  \ tvt'Mii Sun KriiiHiiseo iind New Or-1  leans, which also   wants the fair,  Western liuill fuel tlini'ii can bu nu  comparison,    The building nf the  I'liiud is ei-senliully n I'uitillc Count  eviMit, opening tlm  I'neilie to   llie  coiuiiieiviMif llm world, and  that  means surely thut tin* tv-lolii'tnion  ithould hu held at tin* itn-gnst Am  erieiiti purl on the IV'ili",    Thon,  ti-juiu, the summer cbiiiiiie of Sim  Kntiicihco is worth cniiiiiig lur  to  enjoy, while nothing run   nc  said  lor Now Orluaiih   in   tins iv������|n'Cl.  Aliolliiii' big iirgiiiiienl  in, ICa-li'in  visitors can easilv  go ilii'Diiul) tin*  e.ituil on Uieir way in .Sun I'niiu'is  ru, ri turning iioiuu ovi i liiml.    A  Mrs T. McMillan left by SS  Cowichan ou Sunday last for Van  co n ver.  Mr and Mrs. Chas I.'arnhaiu-ninl'  child left by Sunday's boat foi  Victoria ana Sound cities.  Fred Pickard left last week for  Brittania mi lies, whoro ho has accepted a position.  Mr Spates has started a tailoring and renovating business at  Prick's oid stand, Dunsmuir Av.  He has had experience iu California a'r.d Vancouver.  Development League.  The Development League met  on Friday evening hibt, the occasion being the arrival in town of  Mr. J. R. Hickling, Secretary of  the Nanaiino Citizens Leaene. Mr  Manager Lawrence, of Ihe Big  Store, left on Sunday foi Vancouver on a very interesting mission..   Congratulations later.  Friday afternoon will ho observed as a hulf holiday, to allow all to  attend the CourteiuiY Fair.  The Waverly Hotel is very  much improved -in appearance  with the addition of a uew verandah and a coat of paint,  Hospital Saturday collections u~  tnonuted to $1-283,  The Baud Bcnclit  Concert  has  been   postponed   until   Monday,  September lilllli.  -n-  Meessrs Grant & Moiinoo, pol I  the Smithurst ranch, last week  for $-1000. Last winter, (his prop-  erly was in llm market for $3201),  At a meeting of the Licensing  Foard held on Wednesday evening last, the request of removal  of license from the Dallos building to the uew building on Dunsmuir Avt, was granted.  Mr. Julius Ci runt left for Montreal lust week. In resume his studies at MHiill University,   mj.   Archie Miller and Hnberl J)irk<*  broke into II. Savin's ciiliin nn  Sutunhiy nfteritoon, mid hinln a  shotgun, hunting kinfc, four dnl  hns in cash mid ten bottles of lieer,  Constable Stephenson plm-u 1 iknu  under nm-est on Sunday, und they  were tried belnre M no iti rule A  bruins, on .Mniiduy, The boy-  were let oil ou siirpeui'ii'tl M'liU'inv,  Colonel Gordon, representing  Sir Thomas Shaughuei-sy, met  the Courtenay Development  League aud a few from Cumberland League, on Thursday even  ing last, with a view to finding  out the needs of Ihe district with  respect to the C.P.R.  Mr liensley, one of thc CP. 15.  officials, was in this city last  week, his object beiug to get signature* from purchasers of lots  on the Dnnstnuit townsite to  close a couple of projected roads  ou it so that his company could  secure two whole Blocks   intact  Coluirn, President of the  Island  Development   League   and   Mr.  Shepherd, of Nanaimo.    President  Shaw introduced these gentlemen  to the meeting iind' they received a g  hearty   greeting,    Mr,    Coburn, \  the first speaker,   said,     he   wns  pleased   to   meet   so   many   old  friends, and that any  resolutions  passed at the meeting, along with  those passed at the Alberni meeting, would receive the hearty sup-  poitof all   the   Island   leagues.  The speaker said that the Development   League  had   practically  made a new city of  Victoria. Nanaimo  had  also made improvements, which went to show what u  community could  do  when' they  used combined   effort.    He   also  spoke on  tlie  unsatisfactory con.  dition of the mail service here and  promised the assistance of the nth.  er leagues in securing a more satis  factory service.    Mr. Shepherd in  i shoir address said, thut   he concurred in all that previous  speak  er had said.    Flo paid   that  some  may sny that tbo leagues were doing no good, but that  xvw not so  as they were doing grand  work.  Mr Hickling spoke on the work in  Nwininio, und said that we had no  pamphlets lo advertise onr   town,  and thut this  way of ndvertiYing  had been of miicl'i benefit  to  Nn  ii'dino, and   was   the   means   of  bringing    communications   from  many  countries,  nud   that  ltiimy  ilnees no larger than Cuinborlunii  mil tried this form of advertising  with very satisfactory results, mid  advised the league tn get busy and  raise funds for advertising ptirpos  es,    Thu speaker said, lm  wuld  be pleased  to give  the secretary  auy inl'iit'inatioii in his power, and  answer any communications. The  following gentlemen addressed llie  meeting,  principally touching on  our need of a custom house mui H  Mlt'i' ninii iind freight  service:  r....... i������������������r- ^___ "-������������ ii..i������iii^  | Capital $5,000,000. Reserve $8,700,000  |   The Royal Bank of Canada.  1 DRAFTS   ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  |" "* OVER THE WORLD.  | SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interim  ^--nlt-higbest"Gurrent-Raies-allowed-on-^>eposits-o^$l-and-upward8r���������  CUMBERLAND, B. C., Branch, Open Daily.  rOUBXENAY, U. C , Sub-Branch, Opea Tuesdays.  UNION WHASF, B. P., Sub-Branch, Open Thursdays.  H. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  uimuiiuuawMuuwiiwHiTinmtmin  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBL1 CONVEYANCING  dunsmuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  =V. BQriOSM:  manufoctupct* of miNERflb lUWTHRS.  UUhoiesale Dealer in WINES, UIQtfOR A BEER  P. 0. BOX 140  PHONE 39....  CUMBERLAND  G. H. ASTON,  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER  First-class repairing of au, kinwi donr.  English watchks a specialty "^  All Work Qunrdnteod.  Next to TarbelTs,  Dunsmuir Ave.  r  i ii  <MV.  U>    (lit)     |>l''',)  j������hiii. Uk-pi nro iiiitny tinni^ worllt j \w**ri'nrdc������tvd tn ri'jinrt tn the in m j  istrnto,  nllctt   ll   wi'lt    fnr   tIti**-e*  m'tiing in thu   Wm������i    tnu   Vtiiuw  ctniio,   iho Grand Chh^uii nf   tin-  i n^i. hi I-  io Imiid their ntnvrnilwaystati,i.Lvwmari,<Ti Kh ���������(lt0| ,,���������',,���������  al I'nion May. TliU looks ns irj'i'|M,mwilli j. N. MwU'ml, T.  the C.IMi intends pushing con* | hicklo. I'", l>������tlhv, A. MuKimion  strtictiou (it'lht* K vV N. t-xUMisinu .unit Mnyor Miicdnnnlil,  ,... ...,,,!,U,..,,. ,���������v.-lMo     Mr V..;.*,..��������� I       it   ,.-.,    ,.���������,*,.,, -t,A tl..,) ,..,. ., I.. ...  A. .'nl lh.'i' J!!*'.iU'''i'0j ���������* wru li xUe in nil thi> jvi'iov^ for nur v'tun  dear iliv right of way as quickly j^-'i'. ������lu������ Hon. Wm. IVmjih'inmi  as jKissthle.  ���������nli.       tl.  Slui^tti  I  Hltd    HV.'KUtitMl C'lllllllV    k!t'Ul'l'l������|ly  .Still minthfr Htron^ ui^iiiuiuii Umt  ninlltllh.  Illijjjlt H|i|l������'lll t������������   C'iii^iiS'"    ih   ill  IH    llll*  J'.i'l thai Sun Kraiu'i-'u u ������������   .villi-  ii h inditih nl 'AH) niiiii- |,.')tlii.<lllH  it*'.- and it  it tint    >��������� n- iv iin;,n-  i .it  I ttnKI, HCPOrdill^   tnjUiViilln     IV  . .ililr,  til-It    IllUnCl) Miu..  ,.ll..l.> f.if  vi't-ntui liuitiii-iiili).  I  If wn h*nk only for  tr***-* in thfl iiml������r, tu>  I lunty nf llil'lil. hid w<  1.) iiiuuy hfirti^ht. It*.-.:  nnd iH'vrr tudleo iln in  ritxilti'd  Mill linn  W 1(1   pil-f  'iitil tn1' r  Wi  Cotiiinuod from fli>t pai;������  MIXTL'KKS.  Coal. Walker.  Hacks.  Uihimsou t'tinnii'  ell  Tht) ItniH'd of  t'XiuniiitM*--, utidft*  tin* Cmil Miiitte A������l. liii't nod uuxv  uut tin*   li*t <������f Hnmwful enndi  ihilcr* fnr   mi. ���������ii*   t'tu'tifii'iiti'-i,   n*  iiion^ tht'M' wciv. S'cnnd i'Ihi-s cur-  tifli'iiW't*,- Frank    ���������Inyiins,   Third  ������������������I'iNii iviilfieniitH,���������Ah*v ht'wiir. (!.  NOTIOK.  In tlio nutt������r ol ttia OffloUl Ailmlnistra-  tor'i Act ������uJ AmsudinK Acts, ������nil  In tlio iiiiUfr ut K Hemiilt, iilsn kiiomi m  l������|)huii4iti Unuiiiltl, iltoHMssil luUauto  N.itici- u hur������>by niv<m th ,t b; mdar ol  Hii Hnoi.r Jmlgt Barker, dH bd *lb������ Uth  ii iv im S,.|it>'inlt.ir, HMfl, mS'la In tmr.ii-  ���������uud of hu ������,vlioHti->:i in (he tloonty Court  uf NiiunlniA, nnlJ-jii nt Crnnittrlnnd, 1, th������  Mw^^wiii'ilriJiouV;������Viw.l"m������*,l,������r*l������!UoU' ^-^j**  ,       . i      .i ��������� .��������� riili������t|)irf,oUli������Uiuutytjf t\nu������iiu i Kuowk  not lioon h.m.1. lu   fh.i  portion  ������rLlllt0ttBH(8Blfototli|u.iW|oi,w.srtuly  ihiscon.titnouo.y Kinc. ho  wns  t������-���������|������������������r,llM������l|������|���������i������r4t.r������i nil mm! .imw-  int tiie ������*t������tc atfvuU and oro.un of iba  lMV*nio-.������l i)������������a*i������������d.  All dt'titt diM Ilia *������t������ta nf tha snid da-  Half-hacks  Cairns, .1 McMilkm, J NiAudoon j |, o,witl<it J<������������������|ih Cnhvily. It ,1.  f������'nr\vnrds ililrcn,   Gtxmjti   llnndo,   .1    T  im   u.  I Wit" 1.       1 ii)1   nnuM II IUi||l*%  .ill|l|H)DIHl III tt*|H'trM'llt.  Aft������tr ii hi'iirty vntti of  llmnki*  wn* I'MiMidH to Mi'ci*rri llickliut;. u������a������������tl mu������t bu piiM wiiliutiHolty tuth������  (Itiliur.t.M.id Shfjilu-rd, llitt   iiitfV|ttiidtui<-.������d*nt.8llal������Uia|������iiiitiU������fi'il  il.tj ailjolll'lntl. **u%* ���������*"���������"��������� he i-teminie i to nm July wi*  Mi-Kiiiijlit wfiii MiHi'il to  hereot.     W. W. WILURU,  ,...       . ��������� ,    ,     >IrA. M.-.Mi..jmw^ Mm,-,, ,.,, OflW.U-iuui.UUtf.  I Somrrvilk T Mi Mil'an , Sliar|il������f, Vrt*d  Jloruntxl,   Uoik'itj Vh.icoimvi* 1jh.| .Siiiiirdwv owing Iojium ���������tCumbwItwt. U.U., Ui������ 2i������t������l������y  J    and   W   Ku'lierland Tnii k ' MfNVII ������������������! ������I<������*>������   Bmwn. |) Mc? ,jH, j||,.ff ���������f ),i������ H,��������� g,,,*,,. !      ,d^,,t#m#i. 1910  it w������ look tt*dy fnr  hli-inn-m**.   in)  fht������  rlnkriK'ti'i* of o������l.< r������.   ���������������<���������*   ���������    I.  titHl ������ln*!������; l������������t  ������"<* )���������>���������'.*    !���������"    '**   **  I  I.i i !  ���������d auks  No. ;, THIJ.TI.KS.  Goal. I* Shuutr.  i'.jif*..  .1 Connor  lliilf h.w---  Millitn. Jn*. I������r������������wrt. I'lmilM-rlfiuil.  liitln������nilnMM������M, I), Mi-MUIiu.  rftfiviif t!u* liiiili<������t   iniiit- in tin  CHI  \ I'ewai  Wvnut  lln������ nn������ny g������������"d tjuiilni. * :hh.  may ytit*m*n*a.  ��������� 1:  J   ,\U^\WH  K\'iil%������nis  F<*TW;irtls  111 \ ������h-n W Mioti;f)'-������iii  ' R lit wu  Ralph   ftiniwou   met wi'St a     Liflit-*'Ho*,������ial AuxilHarywill  , ri tormtt* nrr-dr-n' it Vo f mirrr* mi 'hold fluir ;rin in.i! meethtf* anrl e-  r,r������������vititf������, .������H������ii������-������ l.r������Avi. t^..it^ ���������**,.. ������ . ..'..,* i> im ii  '���������titi.   Tin**) miwhW Mr. li. Ilwi- tWednesdny la������t, being  crushed ] lecittm otllce'* !at K. of 1. Hall*  mining ������������������In-"-.    All   th    hctwei*u two cars. jou Thtmday ifternooii. Sept. *  !i������|j-llli ���������*  NOTICK.  IN tha nutter ot tba OffloUl Admlnlitrn-  Wt Aot and Amandin* AsU, and  In tlio ntnttor of W HMMmtn, atKu knnwii  iu William Olivor 1U������iuhii, d>*ooiiaat  luUiWa,  Notioe ia hereby given thnt by ordor nf  ITI I    ITlv.   ml,.���������*,.,, 0,,m\,^m    ,1.,*..1    0 I t.i  d iy nf Ht>pl������mlt-������r, WW, mnde In v"**������-  nnoe of in npplfaUlon in tha Oniuty  Court of Nanaimo, bikka a% CumlwrUnd  1, the nmUrtif-oe-J, Offloinl Admiaiitr������tur  for that part of tha Ouuuty ot Ntnnlmc,  known an thn Cniii.T   Wwrtofiil   T*t������lrii*t  ���������aaduly apiwitiUil ���������dwin'auator of all  and ainim'ar the ettaU, ������fllamaaod eradita  of the above namod daoewnl.  Ail dtbu ������iua th* eat������U uf tb* aaid de*  eoMid ma t be ptld wiihnnt tlii*y tn tba  nml������r.i|in>d.eMl all a'aima tvaluat tba  ���������nnt ������������t4ia moat ba yraaantad to ma, July  vertHed, wtthln thirty ttaya irem Ua dnte  emeeot. W, W.WllXAHO,  Oflnial Adminiatra er.  I'at.-d .t Cai-thertawt, RO. Uu Slat nny  ������f feptemlwr, Witt.  Mr  A.F, Owen, well known  hi<r������������ In fnrmi"' vitvra. will U* hterr*  twntiher* of Mr  llt*������'dtt������.ti'-<I. - , -   .���������  xv. rt* Mir-Wtll in |������*Mi'g ������������'��������� rx |?0|* V|l ...\ u���������\.l U,mfl**t.  Ap^j, iiqMrsud.  "im,'i",>> j,|j4tiliia������tlii^.  .i������ 3 o flock    A full attatfanee [*������" ������������������������ al*������nl <>������ti������l������r !&������>��������� U������ tui������  pmiinr*

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