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 rfU^lI.^E*.Lj*S5*ilSKtv. !������,!,���������  m-J*^*t*-*J*^<^vJI*  lm,,.;."-     m,.LmL  ������lf ������n>ns������WMH.'it'*������-������"  / J-  /  *-   v/.   ,-'  (0>  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox. Districts  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY, NOV. 29,  P*<M*mi i,m������inhwmm������"w*������������ih������i  THE BIG STORE  ,  <^^^s^^^������>ii������>������^|w*������<^/t*>w<> ��������� ������*/|*fw������*w^**fr������  Fups Fups  We have a splendid show-  showing in all styles of ladies'  Neck Furs and Muffs for this  season, in Marmot, Cone)'',  Sable. Fox and Mink.  We have had a wide experience in buying these lines  and' we ask you to inspect our  stock as proof of what we say.  Our prices in   Neck   Furs  range irom    3 50 to $30.  Muffs in Pillow and. Shawl  shapes, from $6.50 to $16  We have also a large range  jafLchildr.ensl~Fups���������at���������closest-  prices.  We will be pleased to have  yov call and let us show you  oui values.  ,  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd*  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  ���������frfr**^-*^****  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  QUMBERLANP BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  Place your Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake  aud  Fruit Loaf NOW.  SECOND    STREET  G BAND OPENING  OF TOYS, ETC..  ON DECEMBEE 1st.  Two prizes given away.  ist prize, Handsome Doll, val. $15.00  2n-Jp-.-i.ze,'-        .-"���������       " #6.50  I THE CORNER STORE I  OUH STOCK OF  t  ft*  J Raincoats, Slickers, Oil ������  Clothing, Umbrellas  and1  RUBB  Every 50o. Purciiase entitles you to  a Tioket  AT   THE  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  Is nova GOJWPliETE.  These having been secured BEFORE  the redertt great Rubber Boom,  should be well worth your early  attention.  -JrNrMcLEOD;  Obituary.  The Young Men's Club, of  Grace   Methodist  Church,  an*  noiinccs a public recepiion iu the  Club's Reading aud Recreation  Rooms iu the vestry aod  base*  went of the church next Thursday cveniug.     The members of  the Young Ladies' Adult   Bible  Class are to be the --special guests  of tlu evening aud a general invitation is cordially eitended to  all who may be able to join them  in a pleasant social time,     The  boys are preparing ao interesting  programme of music, recitations,  etc,, uud will serve tea and cake  ia their bent style.     It may be  interesting news to some that a  punching bag, a Sandow cxer-  c.aer. and numerous games have  been installed in the basement,  while their reading room is well  supplied with papers and magazines.    The Cluh piirnmr"������onrn-  ing their rooms Tuesdays, Thnrs  day* and Saturday evenings, and  auy young mau wishing to spend  an enjoyable and profitable social  evening cannot do better than to  cultivate tbe opportunity   the  Club oflets.    The Reception next  Thursday evening presents an  ex-.-clleut chance for every well*  wisher of onr yonug men fo get  better acquainted with this feature oi their work.  A Japanese tailor, employed by  K. Aida, went out duck hunting  ou Sunday morning at 4 o'clock,  down the beach way, and so far,  has uot been heard of again. A  large party of Japs went Jout in  several rigs and a stage this moru  iug 10 search for the missing man.  It is with much regret that we  havo to announce the death of  Fanny, wife of Mr. William Hay-  mail, which sad event took placo  at the home of her parents Mr,  and Mrs, S. J. Piercy, Sandwick-.  on Monday last. The deceased  lady Imd been ill for somo time  with lung trouble. The announ  content of her domis'o ������t tlio early  age of twenty.four, will bo receiv.  od with profound sorrow by lier  many friends, both at her old  homo aud this oity, where sho wiih  with us for so short a timo. A  bright and useful life lias passed tu  the groat boyond. To hor buroav  ed husband, littlo daughter and  paronts,   wo extend our sincere  sympathy, Tho tunonil will iakn  placo from hor parents residence,  Sandwick, to the Presbyterian  church, tlioncu for interment iu  tlio Presbyterian cmuotery on  Wednesday, at 2 p, tu, Rev. T.  Menzies will nfflclate,  j Mr \V L Coulson, general man-  a iger of the Canadian Collieries  (Dunsmuir) Ltd., while visiting  Extension met a committee representing the miners and dis  cussed with them the differences  that arose a short time ago in reference to the introduction of  Monobell powder into the mines,  end as a result of tlie conference  an amicable understanding was  reached. Mr Coulson stated that  plans are beiug drawn up for the  opening of new mines at Extension and Cumberland, work on  which will be commenced early  uext spring, and other development work is in progress which  in the uear future will materially  increase the coal output, While  at Extension Ur Coulson discussed with the committee the ad-  viability of opening night|schools  at Ladysmith and Extension for  the teaching of mining course*,  which suggestion was favorably  received by the committee.  In order that one standard of  moving pioturu films may be decided upon, it is understood that  tho Ontario Provincial Govorn-  mitnt will take steps to havo all  films inspected in Toronto before  bolng shown iu any part of tlio  province, nnd any film showing  crimes of violence or anything  whicii mlpht have a dot#Hnr������tlng  effect on young fulks, will U������ prohibited,  Burglars broke into J. K. Me.  Leod's store at an early hour on  Thursday moraing la*t, and ���������tole  hams, bacon and blanket*, which  they fortunately did not gat away  with, owing to nightwaiehntan  MeLellin arriving upm th* scene,  bnt nnfortnnately not Iwfore they  had taken the alarm and decamp,  ed, leaving their plunder Iwhiiul  tht*m.    Kntrnnao    waa    effi'cud  turengh a basement window.  Mr, T, Leith, Inspector of  schools for this district, is now  inspecting our public school. Mr  Leith has already inspected the  schools iu the Comox Valley aud  will finish this district by the end  ot the week,  OARS OF THANK*  We bog to tlutnk tho Cumber,  hind Pythian Sis'ers and all kind  frionds who kindly assisted aud iu  any way showed their sympathy  to ns in onr liertmvltnent.  (8igned) Tim Haxiur Family.  Dunsmuir Ave. \  Cumberland *  The Canadian Bank  of Commerce  BEAD OFFICE: Toronto. ESTABLISHED 1867.  PAID-UP CAPITAL    -      -     -      $10,000,000  RESERVE FUND    -     -     -     -      $6,000,000  SIR   EDMUND  WALKER,   C.V.O., L.L.P.,  D.C.L., President.  ALEX. LAIRD, Gknkral Manager.  ���������tranche* throughout Canada, And In the limited  State*, Mexico and Injclnr-I,  '*)  Country Business  Banking by Mail  m Every  facility afforded to umen and  others for the transaction of their oank-  ng busineis,  Account! may be opened by mail ,ind  monies deposited or withdrawn in this  way with equal facility.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T. WHITE, Manager.  Mrs. W. S. D. Siddall left by  Sunday's Iwat on route for Portland, Maine, tlio home of her  parents, on au oxton.lnd visit. Mr  Siddall accompanied hor as far us  Vancouvor.  Wm Frame and Miss Diup-  waJl'H dlvlhioim in the pnblicschool  which havo hewn clotol W tlm  past two weeks on account of scar*  ot fever, wero ro-oj-ened on Mon  day.  1 ������ ���������       a ���������  Stanley Uiggn of Stcttlor, Alta.  formerly of this city, arrived in  town nn Tnusdsf,  George Woodman, who was  trioJ Uifurtt J. Ph. Wiilard Aid  Shaw on Tuesday loct, charge I  with criminal assault on Mrs. F.  Dirkus, wat; lound guilty of com-  iuuii Husttiilt, and sontenoed to ivfo  months in jail. Constable Mp-  Lnllan took the prisoner to Victoria.  G W. Clinton, J, Matth.������wH  and other prominent Wanonn of  this city and district, loft thi*  week for Victoria to attend a eo*.  ���������ion of the Mystic Shrinoro,  Questions sent iu for solution :  An inquisitive person wishes to  kuow which is worse, caterpillars  or f������r.whnnnprc>       l)cj,x;;Ji   *,..  where you have them; ou the  wheat, grasuhoppcrs are worse,  down yonr back, caterpillars are.  Another wants to know if marri-  nge in a failure? Not if you secure  your wedding cards at this office.  Manager Mantgcitnery   of tin-  H'ljal Rank, ii the proud po****-  ���������orofa fine  hott* and   bnggv.  which hu rctwkttly purekianed from  ' Jew Potter.  SH0E5 SHOES  ������vm  c  aOE  IOC  mmt  Another new iot of Amherst Shoes for men. boys  youths and girls just in.  Men's new Caps, Hats, Glovcs,f Shirts,  Sweaters,  Ham I kerchiefs, nud Neckwear.  c  rwiwijCrlC^ri^SBl  CAMPBELL BROS  , ^  *e*  t  :,j THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  | r ' ��������� * j  every one nenr him.   H  [ ^^ I j  corrupting, uut ouiy iu  The FOIIRTH   "r������������������<-���������  1   II 1>     tL   V/V������JI\ A  MM.       ,   you   Were enminrtl   tot'  ESTATE  H^'a corrupt and  His public DUt  Novelized by*  Frederick R. Toombs  From the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford.  Capyrlfht. 1009 by Joseph Medill  Patterson ind Harriet Ford.  his daughter that  t't'  "\es, it wns, hiiiI lies using her just  (Continued.)  Bartelmy and Uupuy started toward  a (lour.  "Now. II ynu will excuse ua. Dupuy  and 1 will Join the imiies," said the  Jurist. "Wheeler, ynu re "not going  away yet. eh?" he, added.  Brand moved toward tbe ball door  and Ignored the query.  '���������What's your hurry. WheelerV" asked Nolnu as Hurteiuiy and Dupuy disappeared.  "Uh. It's time to get back to the office."  "H-m:    What's the trouble?"  "'What's Uie use ol nuking about tt?"  "Come, net it oft your chest.' |  "I don't Imve to tell you. Mr. Nolan."  He drew closer to his employer.  *'Vou think Mike .\omti is going back  on you���������Isn't thnt it'/"  The young niiin's voice rang out in  bis deep disappointment thnt Nolan  was lingering on ihe verge ot an acceptance of Biirteliny's offer, which  could mean only two things if his employer yielded, nnd these were the muzzling of the Advuiu-e and ihe silencing  of Brand us ioog as tie remained on  the paper. He blamed Nolan bitterly  for failing to spuru ihe tiller outright  on tbe ������������������moment.  "Do you think you onu accept favors  from   Bartelmy   with  one  hand."   he  cried, "and knife him with the other?"  "KollFffaWTi~Rpiri tFd~bu t~u hid ly~re-  ply:       ' .     '  "Hold your horses, Wheeler. You j 0  know 1 don't care anything about this  ���������social stunt for myself. It don't Ut ;  into my life, but remember I've got a I  family, nnd nothing; comes ahead of  tbem. Mother ana I may have a Jan-1  gle now and then; but, after all, we  have been side partners tor a good  many yenrs. And my girl] There ain't"  a finer educated or a prettier girl to  New York, and she ouulit to be utile io  go anywhere, but she can't in this  town���������this cold man's town. Thou, ot  course, there's Sylvesier, 1 know he  uln't as bright ns tn* might be, and I've  spent���������well, more than twice your salary trying lo got linn through freshman year at Harvard, and I couldn't,  but still he's my son, and if be wants  to run around wllh these other sports,  why not? I can nfloid It, and I guess  the kid's got lo sow his wild oats anyway. My wife and children ought to  be happy with the money I've got, and,  os i Ogtiro It, If I Join this Unit Door  club I can help them m get what they  want.   Do you follow uu*. Brand?"  "Sen; I understand," sighed Brand.  "At (irst you took up the side of the  people, and you nre continuing nt it.  Hut you mid your family imve become  ambition*, or, at least, so far as you  lire concerned, you an* n nihil lon������ for  ftwiti When yon begin in nssoclnie  ���������familiarly with rich men un their friend  you'll soon Hml yourself playing golf  or billiards with one, drinking whisky  with atiiiiher, and ymir sun will marry  tlie daughter of n third. Ymi will fur-  get all iiiiuiu Un' | pit*!    Ymir paper  will become deimlont a ml feeble. The  clrciilailim will dry up" lie paused  for breath and lidded wiirtiliigly III  strong tones, "Tbe Advance Is now at  Ita wnlili. Iml lis decline begins the  very day that you are elected to the  Oali Door club."  Nolan reached over and selaed Hrnnd  f^ the shoulder  "Wheeler, you're a decent sort of n  fellow. I like you and the thing*  you've made Ihe paper stand for. hut  yon don't know ������������������hat It mean* to put  people thnt you love on the altar nnd  runes them suffering for the sake of  theas���������fhes* general principles."  "Don't I!" ends I men ihe young ed  as be did ner mother before Der.' j  "You   amaze   me.      ^ hat   do   yoa ;  men ii?" |  Brand look n deep breath. ,'  "Why, he surrounded her mother *  wllh machine puiltii-mns and shady  financiers and vrooked lawyers, tie ,  sent her to the state ciipilnl when he !  wanted io lie senator, but it wns lm- ;  possible; to Washing-ion when he want- \  ed lo tip minister In I'Yance, and she .  failed, and agiilti-1wti������>n"'be wanted to |  lie judge, and she Mi������*<-eeded, and when i  she found out thai he wns using his :  judicial office to steal and tbat she had !  only been a lobbyist for bis rotten :  schemes"��������� |  "Well?" j  "Well. It killed her, Mr. Nolan, and |  now  he's using   bis dungbier  in  Ihe i  same way.   He's tilling his bouse wit ft !  corporation  jackals  like  Dupuy.    He  sends her here to uuixxie yon by work-  lag on your wife and daughter.    He  hates me. but he would let tier marry  me to have his enemy In tbe family  aud make him silent."  "Why don't ymi go to the girl and  tell her?" suggested ihe newspaper  owner.  "About   her   mother  nnd   why  she  died?"  "Well, perhBps not   But I hope yon  won't follow the Bartelmy story .any  further.   I'll be jnst t������s well pleased."  "I've got lo follow It. Mr. Nolan, i  can't slop," ejaculated Brand. "I've  got the goods on him now. I've got a  story that will drive him off the bencn  when we print it."  "What?" half rising.  "True; every word of it." Brand  paced nervously across the room.  "For God's sake. Wheeler, don't go  off at half cock!" cried Nolan.  "Halt cock!   Why, I tell you I've got  the  lncts.    I've  been working on  it for months."  "Now. listen to  me. 'You're n  young  man.     in  .spite oL_wJuiJL_t  you say about  hitn I know that  in his public life  he's mighty well  thought of by  Bome of the most  prominent men  in this city, and"  ���������weakly���������"well.  If they believe in  him I dou't���������see  _wny"- "Don't qo ofl at nmf  "Will    nothing ������������*���������'  convince you?" excitedly. "It he should  offer tne a bribe to kill this story  would you acknowledge then that he's  a crook?"  "Why. yes. ot course I would."  "Will you let me print that story in  my own way und promise uot to interfere?"  "Yes. But the girl." Nolan reminded  hlm-"ho\v do you think she'll teei It  you print that story?"  But Brand was uot to be swerved  from his purpose.  "It can't be helped. I've got to go  on. Somehow you know the thought  comes to me ihnt perhaps It ail may  turn out tor the next,"  "Well, I hope so." commented the  newspaper owner, "but. man alive, this  story yon"���������  He was forced to cease abruptly, fnr  Judge Harieltny ami ICd Dupuy entered  tbe drawing room and drew near,   OH A IT Kit VII J.  riK   abruptness   with   which  Brniul separated from .Nolun  ns lliey appeared aroused the  suspicions of both the Judge  ond  hia lobbyist  snielllie.    However, ;  swerea.  "Early tbls morning, between I  o'clock and 3." went ou tbe unrelenting  editor.  The' Judge-turned his tfqpd to one  side and tugged* nervously hi his gray  beard.  "A reporter for the Advance saw you  come out ot your house at tout minutes 'tor 1 and walk to a-*iw>i������He ou  Washington avenue that belongs u> the  attorney for tbe Lansing Iron <-onMiration." ���������������-  Bartelmy turned his back on Brand,  s furtive look coming into his eyes as  be did so  "You'knocked nt the servants' door.  Judge," continued the editor. "This  mun admitted you. Due hour aud titty-  seven minutes later you left that house  by the same door and returned home  rapidly on, foot. You kept your coat  collar turned up. aud, contrary to your  usual custom, you wore u slouched hat  pulled down over your eyes. Half an  hour later Dupuy came out ot tbe saute  house. Ten hours later you handed  down your division reversing on a  technicality the Judgment ot the lower  court In the Musing Iron case and  freezing out the small stock holders In  favor of the Insiders, as usual. 'Those,  Judge Bartelniy. are my tacts!"  Burieliny made a desperate effort to  retain his self control and to command  bis ability to think dearly and etfee*  tively In this dire emergency. At last  he spoke after minutely scrutinizing  the accusing tigure ot Brand before  bim.  ������������������it's easily pxplained, Mr Brand."  be said In honeyed tones. "It's a lie;  thnt is all it is.    *i<>ni reporter lied "  "I was the reporter." exclaimed the  accuser in a supremely contemptuous  maimer, and as he spoke he wondered  and''marveled that such ii man as the  betrayer. Bartelniy. could be tbe fa  ther of such a girl ns Judith���������Judith,  whom he was even now. lie was convinced, putting away trom his arms  and his love tot ail time.  'T) be Continued.)  WAS WITH DYING KING  CHEMISTS AND CRIME.  BISHOP   OF    LONDON   A   GREAT  FRIEND OF EDWARD VII.  The Analyst Is Now One of the Great-  I est Police Agents.  Analysts have played an important  part in the Crippen case, and it might  be said without exaggeration that were  it not for these gentlemen hundred-  of crimes would be added to,the police  list of  unsolved  mysteries.    Medical  of the Anglican Church, and  Has   J^ves.^ the aualysu employed by  .  _ ...       . I ocotland  Yard are called, invariably  BEWARE OF  INDIGESTION  Rev.   Arthur   Winnington-lngram   Is  One of the Slum-Working Bishops  Labored  For Years  In Jungles oi  Metropolis ���������  Is Also  a  Brilliant  Scholar and Theologian.  .... ���������  Canada has hnd the pleasure within*  the last few weeks of a visit from on.  of Britain's foremost clergymen tin-  a pillar of the Anglican Church in th  person of the Very Rev. Arthur Folc>  Winnington-lngram, Bishop of Lo .  don.  Canadian clerics and laymen wh������  were at Halifax have.returned warn  in their praises of his lordship of-Lon  FUN IN THE HOUSE.  they little Imagined the pronounced  seriousness of the conversation they  hud Inierrupicd In ihe mind ot each  rim the thought thai the Adranca'a  proprietor and lil������ editor had been discussing the proposal in elect Nolan tu  Ihe link Dnnr i*iw������, Kven a fni I ure In  this laudable vi.ninre they would nave  considered a serious set bnck, hut probably had ihsy mm Intimation regarding  llie story Brand warned to writs and  the effort Unit was lo be marie to detect ths Judge In offering a money  bribe they Wnilld luiv,. eihlhlled 1st* of  ftor. "Well, that's start ly whnt I've i the easy nR*iiriui-*r> thai marked tbelr  dons.   I gnrs up ths nlr! I loved, who | r*-emrnnee luio ihe drawing mom.  bad promised to la* my wlfs, so ihnt  might writs ths truth"   In spits of !  ths  emotion   which   his  words   hart j  urotissd In htm  Hrand's mirs never  ���������ftiltsrsil ss lis spnlts  "Yon dldl" sirlnltned Nnlan amassrt.  If, "Well, my hoy, I don't uinW������tninl  won.   I couldn't do thai." he mtifnowl  -Doct think that it was may tor  III* tu Uu. i ve luoiindl vi lift tevtry  toour uf every day sine*, out she "~uow  bUi vou** wsvvml-'-'weli. rtbet forgot*  lea, so It doesn't mailer. Mr. fioian,  do you reinemiwr what It was that  Umt l.ri.in.hl  n������ toitettierf"  "Yes; mui siory sbout Judge Uartet-  tny, aud It wss a good oue. and you'vs  followed It up wllh a tot ot good ouea  sines. Why, Wtwviw. ttmtm ain't a  mau in lira country thai can worn up  ��������� a������n������s tike you eau. Hut, nu you  know. I'm beginning lu thin* mat th*  Judge ts uot sn bail 111 no >ou, I in  not forgetting old acurse, ouf-hs  avail*! iiiui-M-il-'UM yuo ever lUiuk uf  M, pvftia|M w* ostein ail lbs Tacts of  tbat affair* Hotis- things bate bap.  fwiiMt Are you ������ur������ mat Uvi so aU  Bred wrt������u������r  "Mr Nolan. |N������ hail Iissii'I beeu told  about Judge itsrieiiii*.." cried Mrs no.  "Welt,  lliif*. is itelllltS to lm a .���������*<r\XJ  a*rtoii������ sttair    Mm cant fee ino ante  a (Mm I our tm ������s.'  "Mr   Noinn, j ik) tr������- itsnetmv Is oot  "Mr, .Nolan, I'm afrnlrt I must be ������0*  Ino." said lliirislinv, "| hops to *e*  you nt my house soon, and you, too,  W heel ������r"  Nolan ro������s from liU rhntr.  ".luttgo, enn -ymi ������l>nr* ms a fsw tre*  nieinsV'pm Iii liram| resolutely.  Him lodge gave a limit of aurpHlfc     ;  "Certalnb, fc������* l"!������: <-eriiiluiy \x n.  >ot) e������������ UH- (lie:    iniiiii!^ lo ������������������> ��������� ���������������.. (i  Nolan, surprised hi Un- reiidlnesH of  p.ruti.l io begin mi the plnn io entrap  Hiirielmy, remlllv absented and pro-  ccc^letl into Die lliii'.iri wiili Dupuy.  "(X'.ll      Wlini.ll.r      Hllll!    illll    I    l|o   for  you'/' asked -liidltli * Sillier  The young nmn siepped close to the  oilier and fii'-eil hlm sipmrely  "Judge, how uIhuii your latent de*  clHinii lu the Liinsnig Irom-iiNe tiNlnyV"  he asked.  Itsrieiiuy stnrtnl lni<k In surprise.  "II    WUS   III   tll'C'SlllllH'C   Willi   till'   Mtllt-  Otes nnd Uie coimtilulion." tie tliinliy  said.  "The supreme court of Hu- Hulled  Ktsles was in mrtnno mih you lit a  slmllnr case" aihimil Hniini,  "elr." Ii������dlgiiiiiiil.v   "I .inline lo dln-  en\*m tttll i������| iitlll'l <(lie������i||!iii������ relslllig til  mv ������������������oitdm-i on the iH-n. n  'lt|e ptdRC IIM'tiil n������ llciigli |i< go  "Vi* wsriMi'l wMMrii'mm tin. morning "  ILirlelmy tiegnn to ttime bl������ cotittdeiit.  J.  B.  Morin Was a Source of Joy to  the Commoners. c i  J. B. Morin, once deputy from Dor- !  ���������clresterrQuetec���������gotr'otf-a~ricb-one-*-in-|  the House ot Commons. He was im- j  paling the late J. IsraelTarte, and ;  said, in a very climax of vehemence: j  "The honorable gentleman reminds me !  of Pontius Pilate. The only difference I  is that when Pontius Pilate betrayed j  his* Saviour, he went and hung himself." *   -,  It was in that speech that Morin '  denounced the Yukon Railway, which  was designed to run from Telegraph  Creek to Teslin Lake���������"From a snowball to an icicle," Mr, Morin said.  Mackenzie and Mann were to build it  in the early days of Yukon gold .lis-  coveries, and were to get a land subsidy from the Government. M. Monti  wanted to point out that the contrac-j  tors would build some sort of roiui1*  just to get the Innd. which was though:  to be auriferous, nnd that, having got  the grant, they would not care if the  road was never run. But ho didn't  put it that way. He snid: "When  they build this road, what will they  say? They will sny, 'To hell with the  ronil'." This brought the Speaker, the  late Sir Jnmos Kdgar, smiling to hl.������  feot. He had let M. Morin hnve full  swing until now, and ho had enjoved  the fun immensely. Rut this wn* too  much. The Dorchester man saw hitn  rise nnd knew what it meant. "I accept tlie apology-I accept tho apology." M. Morin exclaimed, while he  wildly motioned the Speaker to sit.  down, Kvery member of "the House  was side-sore laughing nt M. Morin'r  unconscious humor, but tlio good ietd-  ing it provokod did not last long,  Sir Charles Tupper wns lender of the  Opposition then, nud when he rose to  speak in the curly hours of tho morning, there was a different atmosphere.  Dealing with Hon. Clifford Sifton'n  statement thnt he would got tho eon-  tractors to do anything that publio  interest required but that was not in  tho contract, lie said: "It reminds me  of tlio *tory ot thu dog," Immediately  the "burdocks in tho hack benches*' ,  began to bark and Sir Chnrles hn*l !  dllliculty in getting through his story.  Tho man was bonsting of his dog's  obedience tn his orders. To illustrate  it to his friend, lie said; "Kido, go  out ol the rnoiii " I'ido crawled under  the talilo. "Or under the table," ad I-  ed his ma-' *    Toronto Weekly Stur,  Umbrslls Economy.  Umbrellas Inst inni-li longer If during  fitio weather tbey are never kept rolled  Up. If tills Is dene (lie silli will soon  begin to Uuy at Hie 1'oliN, and a rent  will be thc rcHiili. When uel nn nne  lirelln should he npminl lo lis IllllOHt  extent on entering ami dried wltb the  bundle downwind.  THK  HlsHOl' OK  1.UKIKIN  don, and say thnt a man of so gretv  power nnd ability has rarely set hi1-  foot upon Canadian shores!  Winnington-lngram has for years  been a slum worker and now nt the  head of n diocese that contains mon  of the "submerged" than nny other  .in the world hej_s the authority in th-  churcli orf the proBrem"^:*-Hrrrytn?1*"  Christianity into the crowded places  He is fifty-two years of age, and ������  bachelor. He has always been a h-i1  K,!'it s^'iolar ii'id ^'s many b-v^s-��������� ���������������  tify to his profundity as a theologian.  rhe Bishop of London enjoys u di-  tinction, sad enough after all. nmon.?  English clergymen, It was he who sat  at tlie bedside of the dying King Edward and administered the last solan  oi religion. He wns always a favorite  of his lato Majesty, nnd there was'no  resentment felt when he was called upon to act as spiritual counsellor at  the royal deathbed.  Victim of Much Abuse,  It was ns Minister of Agriculture  in 1895, thnt Mr. Walter Lung, M.P.,  in the British Houso of Commons,  whose illness has been causing so  much anxiety amongst his fri-mds  and admir.'rs, determined to stamp  out rabies by. tho muzzling ord"r  Volumes of nhuse were hurled at him  by pseudo dog-lovers. But Mr, I/m-.'  stood his.ground, and had tho satis,  faction of saving thousands of dogs  from the agony which rallies entiiils.  and possibly hundreds of people from  that terrible disease���������hydrophobia. A  keen sportsman as well ns politician.  Mr, Long doliiihta in nothing so much  ns a bout with the gloves, a game of i au'an'iiiml,'  carry through their duties with skill,  certainty, and absence ot prejudice  They have mastered the action and  .-.character of every poison under the  suti>aiid this fact, being well known,  bas decreased poisoniug to a considerable extent during recent years.  Practically the poisoners can hide  nothing from tne modern analyst, for  that gentleman is not only familiar  with all poisons, but can recognize  thuir presence almost as easily as he  can recognize the dome of St.. Pant's  Cathedral. By the aid of his test-tube,-  his niiscroscope, and hie spectroscopy,  he is able to lay bare the poisoner's  secret and track hini down, lf auy  great criminal was suspected of poisoning his wife, the aualysts, upou examining the remains, would be able to  'prove what poison was used and iii  wnat quantity.  .Delicate to a marvellous degree are  the tests employed by analysts in the  case,,of poisons, lf a' man were to bu,  poisoned with arsenic to-morrow and  were buried without being examined  internally, an analyst could a quarter  of a century later gather from tbe remains of the body a considerable  amount of the poison which killed him  and in the same state as that in whicii  it was administered.  Probably arsenic has been more frequently used by murderers as a death-  dealer thun any other poison, and arsenic is a very peculiar poison. },t is a  well-known fact that many men and  women take arsenic in small dose?  as a medicine, while the inhabitants of Syria are ^aid to cat  it as freely as we eat salt. To  a person who has never touched, eaten, or smelt arsenic a medium-sized  dose would have a fatal effect. No  matter how it got into the system it  .would be deadly, for arsenic kills whether it is swallowed, rubbed into a  wound, or breathed as a vapour. Chapman, who was hanged for poisoning  , his mistresses, used arsenic, and the  ^tlug_jy^s^lMja^e^_ji^he^n^mor able  May brick case.  Mine. Lafarge poisoned her husband,  an ironmaster* by  means of arsenic  While M. Lafarge was in Paris on a  visit his wife pretended to send 'him  a parcel, in which was her portrait,  fiVe small cakes made by his mother,  | and a letter.   This parcel was sealed  in the presence of  witnesses.   When  ! the parcel reached Uifarge it contain-  ! ed only one large cake.   He ate this,  | and nine days later ho died. , Mine.  i Lafarge wns arrested and charged with  j murder by poisoning.   At the trial it  I was" alleged  that she had made the  large cake with arsenic as one of the  j ingredients, and substituted it lor the  | five small ones.   She was found guilty  j after  a  trial   exceeding  a  fortnight,  ! and condemned to imprisonment for  I life.  !    To micro-photography, the discovery  I of ninny a crime is due,  The spectro-  i scope   is   infallible   in   revealing   the  I presence   of   the   minutest   trace ol  I ulood, but it is unable to distinguish  | between human and animal blood. The  | microscope can,  however. ��������� Tho  cor-  I pusclos   of  different   mammalia   can  only be distinguished by their size and  shape, and it can bc seen that with  out tho microscope it would bo im-  nossible to draw a distinction between  the blood of a man and tho blood of  / Priceless Wife  Many delicate compliments have  been paid the fair sex by men subtle  in speech, but the following comes  straight from the heart of an illiterate negro, who was married in the  South the other day by a white minister. At the conclusion of the marriage  the bridegroom asked the price of the  service.  "Oh, well," answered the minister,  "you enn pay me whatever you think  it is worth (o you."  The negro turned atid silently looked his bride, ovor from head to foot;  then, slowly rolling up the whites of  his eyes, said *. %  "Lnwd, suah, you has ruined me  for life; you has, for sure."���������Harper's  Monthly.:  only a dishorn*! iiHlgt*. mil rw .   ^     .nm  lo ���������������*��������� a   Ossiruiiii*  iuOwiiw  oo ,    ���������, M Xf> m,1|,f(.���������),lld fM-  he an  Ivy Qush-tt.  Ivy liiiHlii's iiWeil iii lie hung over tlin  ilrioi-s o|' invi'iMi* n>. Miunbonrils, lieciiusu  the plant was ������n< tvi| to Haci-lius, tho  Hull!.Ill  K<iO  i-l    >* '���������"  Ths U������i������ of tKs Sword.  The iihi'h m' 'which Hie sword tins  been put seem to imve been almost ns  vnrlenl im lis iippeiiintiee when we recall llie niiei-iloti! Inlil nl ('liiilli'lllilglli!.  Will)   Nil III   Hi-   lie   ll-i'il   I lie   I 'i.|iill)i-i   ot  Ills sword In put hi-1 stamp on treaties,  "I sign them wllh this end. ami with  the otber I will take cute Mint they nre  kept."  SS*-��������������������������� "i ���������wim-"���������nan���������  Bsmboo P������nt. *  r.nuiiHHi )������>i> ',..i.i* i.t i, u*...i in to- '  dlu for over a liuiiilrnl year*.   Ttmy j  lire imidc  !il.i* "'������������������ .rilitiirt   .pilll  |w*n |  mid for n Iftt  huiii-H   milium nii* said  to lw very serviceable.  The smtille������i l**Ut in ine wurkl was J  mails In .Italy M ���������* lie- ler*I nl ii letter j  wrtHHt by iln* >���������>��������� >���������!������.��������� i >..\ Un- i������-uitu- ,  luni 'lisW iu I'll"' .MHi-ii-.-ii it is four  tenths of nn hi������l������ nm*,- unit n quarter  of an liwii *���������*���������<-. u ���������fiiitiiiuo '.iw pwres,,  esch with nim- llm-- nud from nlwrty- <  five lo a hundtvtl miim. i  cricket���������ho represented Harrow at  both cricket and football���������or a ' day  with the hounds.  Mr. Lung has boon a wnember of  tho British House of Commons for  thirty years. A funny experience ho-  fell hitn before becoming member for  South Dublin in 1900, Just na he  was handing in hi8 nomination papers  to the sheriff nt the Guildhall, n court  usher was culling down tho corridor.  "Walter Long." Tho gentleman  whose case wns coming on was a  bankrupt awaiting examination.  "Wliuru is Walter Long?" inquired  Judgo Austin, with a twinkle in his  eye, "Isn't, he at present interviewing tlio sheriff?"  Efforts to Save Church.  Tho historic Church ot St. George,  at Ksher, Kng., which has boon closed  for publio worship for hill' a century,  is in such a bad state of repair that  unless it is restored ut once it will  inevitably go to ruin, Built tti the  time of lluiiry VI11,, it has ii i^rcal  many royal and historical associations.  It was iitlonleil by tjueeii Victoria,  l'rincess Charlotte, the first Duke of  Aowi-i.s.io ami nm brother, Henri"  l-Vlhnm, tho loaders of the well-  known I'eluuiii ministry; Kdwiird  tiilibii:i, the historian; Jauu and Antic  Maria I'orter, thu novelists, and many  other persons of interest, lt has also  associations with Sir Krancis Drake,  who is mini lo havo prui-unteil ono of  the hells, The lute King Mdwnrd  slt<������w<<l considerable personal interest  '" t\, ��������� I ,i i ii,,��������� .,n.l wiim ii liirt������i> subscriber to tlm funds.  4     .  " '     "'   Britain's Oldest Soldier,  The oldest vihlier in tho Britinh  army bus retired with the remiirknhh  record of over half a century with  in.- colors. )(<* i- Drummer lilcbar.l  IJogiin, a giaj-iiiiireil vetctilll ul lun  I'ori, ami Laiicn-icr lUmiinont, wh >  hns ������i*rve������l his country fifty-two years.  Ul this Unto he bus worn the "Tiger  'Mid Hone," the regimental crest of  tho Yoik ami Lancaster*. ITnguii en-  ii������te>l nt I'fiiiki**, King's County, Jre-  laud, in July l*2K Ami haw In the follow nig years a gmnl'-dehl ot service  abroad. \\,t spent a long time in India aud u*,l part .jn tfV'PAiVlfin ���������'nm-  paigii, in |H**<, for which ho reoalued  the mi-ilnl ami clasp and Uie Klie*  li\������.*'!. bmtiJic tlut. .,.,*   ���������* ' *  The corpuscles of both men and animals are all circular with the exception of those of the  llama,  alpaca,  oiiiHol, und thoir kind, which nro ova'..  Some lime ago a man suspected of  murder was found to own an axe cov.  j urod with blood,   An analyst exnmin  \ nd the blood, and found that it was  i that of a goat, the corpuscles moasur-  j ing 41-tentlis of a micron.   On this  i I'videneo ho was found not guilty,  |    Cloth stnlnod with red thought to  ; bo blood is touched with ammonia.  If  I the stain is caused by fruit juice it  .turns  blue  or  green;  if  bv  Comfy'*  I fluid it booomo bluo; and if by coehl  ! neal it becomes crimson.    But it it  i be blood, human or unimal, the cohn  i under thu inlluoneo of tho ammonia,  j does not change in the least,  j A Vacancy at Oourt.  j Tho doiith of tho lato Sir Fleetwood  ] Kdwards has left vacant one of tlid  ; most coveted i>ositions about tho  court ��������� that of Paymaster to tlw  Household--and thero is eonsidorabli  sjx-tuiliHii-.il as to wIkjui His Majosti  will sitleet te follow him, The iintiio  of lion. Drek Keppo is most fiivorcl,  but there arc good roasons (or buliov*  ing that ho will prefer te retain hi*  present jiost ns Kqucrry to His Majesty, Tbo post ot I'nymitster-Generul  is worth u thousand a year, and thri  duties aro comparatively light, most  of the work being done by the Koejwr  of ihn Privy IMirso. It is reported '-i  circles likely to bo woll Informed Unit  the King liar brought mime amount it  prossuro to boar i������jion the veteran Sir  lllgllloil l'(nt>)ll i" ucmsyi. vi.i. i*.i;;'.'.<.:,  i'i. n l'riihyn hov*i������veT. preforo now  te remain in oomploto retiretnoni, and  it is unlikely in the extreme that he  will b- induced to return to court  Some official announcement Is shortly  to be looked for on this subject,  An Unusual Occurrence  Owlctt���������I had nn awful time thinking   up  an   excuse  to  give   my   wife  when 1 got home from the club last  night.  Ascum���������Did she demand one?  Owlett���������;Of course; I got    home so  early it piqued .her curiosity.   ,      -:���������  Dinks���������So. you enjoyed the circus?  Winks���������Yes; I was particularly in-  ���������trpTpstpd~in���������the-jugglerr-l-ll���������bet-tliat-  mnn could g*t nny numb-r of bundles  from ,a street ear to the train without  Irop-ing* one. of them.���������St. Louis  Times.  Separating Whites from Yolks  A new machine serinrnt.es the whites  and yolks of opened eggs by allowing  the f���������Tiner to pass through a sieve and  automatically ejects had egt's, which  will not separate, thoir, weight tipping  a tray.  ���������Called on His Wife  Herbert Troinhatli, who escaped  from Hobnrt (Tasmania) jail recently,  returned to tho lock-up next day, saying he only wanted "to sue the  missus,"  ��������� "Miss Van  Bullion cut a big figure in society abroad, didn't she?"  "Yes; nbout twelve million, 1 should  sny,"  .^BSORBINE,  !��������� ,**������,SwtlllBM, UraeDiii,������nt Mint  fh'i"s?l,Jc*,'i *f"l M������������������M. remoVltil  lb������ h������lr, or Uylng tht buna up. IMtmuitV  si Ir vnlll1������TL''1,,7,l.^,c!'������������������ Pro������'"'H'. klllipiln-  W. FtVOUNO, P. D, F., 137 TimuWIt,, ftarinarftald, Mia.  ii   .    WAt'l8>-t,''a",,r'������,!,:'������������������l"������������i������������������li.  IIIK MTipillli Dai'4l * IIIKWIt'HIO., Wl.ilw., irti"  IHT I tail IIKNORUSOK IIROS, CO., Lid,, ^mnuiiV  Canadian Hair Restorer  Will restore uniy Imlr lo Iln imtiirnl eclnr.  Btop ifiiilhur llnlr, cnitif������ to irrnw on luild  hrntlfi, caret Jlnadniff, Ilclilngnnilnll HcnlpDIs-  cimes, Coutiilns no oily or mt-nsy limrciHenU.  Price 78*.-To Introrlure will mall first  outer ter 30t��������� coin or post si sole.  Address, Tbi Mtrwln Co���������Wlndior, Onl., Can.  C." N.  'Jas more rejuvlnntlntr,  viuilliliig force   Hum  ������~   ,- ��������� *s-   - -.    "O*   rver More   Im-cm  olTfrM.  Huffrrrrs from lack of vlitor nud vltil  ulioiiljl take V.JS, One Isix will show -soil-  ilnrful rwulti. Hem by mull in pWii.i tmrkiiKs  SolL0" iiilvcrtlnemeiit niid olie  " "A-Mreiw. T H E NERVINECO,,  90Victoria Avk���������   Wishshr.ont.,Canada,  A Shrewd Duchttt.  Like many other grent ladies ths  Duchess ol Aberrorn i* nn exjiert busi-  miss woman. Near Hnroiwourt, ho*  home in Ireland, she has a very sue-  cesslul creamery, and a great deal >l  the dairy produce sold by lending  ���������Ayvnn In Helfnst end supplleil to iiotiw  of the steamers which sail Jrom that  port, comes from it. The iluehess I*  the uunt of l-ord Hown, snd .Su ,U������ln-..  ton t'urcoii-liowft, the distiiiguishnj  admiral, is her only brother.  si ������������������* * A Hot thavt.  in*1 jriir nt i>in������ion osiiy news- ,,.       , ������-���������������������������*������    .   tr.,.,.,    u.i���������.   .. Al  - -il.ta.r. a revenue of HO.OOft.OW ^ *���������"?, ' ?"^,* ������iW''mI'^ "m  ,....,!���������........,.,   it.,.., ���������������������. .r~.*,A H'ttt'-ueed t-i n month ��������� bent Inbet  Advertlting Riturns.  In oti** yuir Un Ixndon <l������lly n*M������s.  ti>tf,.r- nhfnin a revenue of >in,00f>,00f  f'ir iilvcrtisciiiotits. (Ireat firms spend  vsst *ii*n������ in ������<lvertl*iin������.   Two soap  ifteeii tiiem tn ������r.|.<r Ui make to*tr l r     ,  ���������.���������[,,_ i^ ���������-���������i.i ������.���������������������, _ ���������i   '"  ���������sares known to tba public. I ������'*r,������- ������/������M* 'f mnn������- ,h8V0 ������ ck������������  mm.*:. ������uu������ll w mm puDUV. | ^w<f ^^^ ^jjjg Jod^ Up,  labor for  U'Sging, look matches out ol his pocket, wftHst ho was on his way to tbo ;  nmJ  OliMwII  HKNKHT)  3T0VE POLISH  in not a little, messy box  of powder that lias to be  mixed with wuier, uui u  hard cake tbat has to be  scraped. It is a generous  can of paste, easily  applied and tnngical in  its results. For stoves,  pipes, grates and ironwork.  If your dealer dot* not -fearrr  "Black Knight" Stove PoMth in  stock, send as Ms naoit and toe,  and wt will send a lull sin tin  by return mail.  TUf.r.euutw, LOTTO  tUttUM.������M. 21  Miter, mftm/*m*mt "itmi" .*m*t i**fok.  W. N. U , Ho. IIS. ,������>>\������M!WU^.M������..-.^i.*-.**^*^,1S������4StlSKV������^.,*l,i������I������  ���������i i-t^ymteli'MMlaXiaima^^iac^-.  ���������>  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  We guarantee the  perfect quality and  absolute puntyof  thebbatxosittcdin  tha manufacture of  SwmCAPSRAL  Cigarettes.  STOP POISONING  Headaches    anil     Neuralgic  Promptly   Cured   by  "Frult-a-tives."  Pains  At, Oyster Bay  Contributing  Editor���������What do  you  ���������want?    ,  ' Sociologist���������Nothing; I'll just snoop  around a while to see how you live ���������  Sun.  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"If you refuse me, Miss Gladys, I  shall get a rope and commit suicide."  "No, Colonel, you must not do that.  Papa said distinctly he would not  have   vou   hanging   about   here."���������  =���������M-r-A-r-Pr- .��������� =-��������� a  Pdor Benedick  It's "Hubby, put the cat out,"  And it's "Dearie, fix the range";  It's "Have   you   wound   the   clock,  love?"  And it's "Have you any change?"  It's "Hook me up the back, pet,"  And "Lock the cellar door."  And it's "Do be careful not to spill  Those ashes on the floor."  So let the bumper circulate,  And quaff a mournful glass  Unto the humble Benedick.  Alas!   Alas!   Alas!  Shjlahs Cure  Quickly steps coughs, cures colds, heals  tbe  throat and lungs.-   ���������   ��������� 25 cejjts.  "EMPEROR OF THE BRITISH."  Chesterton's Reply to the Suggestion  That King's Title Be Changed.  The proposal, recently made, to  change the King's title to that of  Emperor of the British evokes the  following bit of characteristic comment from G. K. Chesterton:  Wc few poor Radicals who alone  reverence the past, or seeni to have  any relish of the royal chronicles of  England, have lately been confronted with a proposal calculated to make  ua take to our beds, to laugh at  leisure, or die in peace. For indeed  the thing passes all language, and ia  fit only for death or laughter.  It has actually been proposed in  an English paper that tho King of  England should consent to be called  Emperor of the British. The primary answer is obvious. Why not  Sultan of the British? Why not  ' Kaiser of the British, or Pope of the  British? Why not Tsar? Why not  Shah? Why not Grand Lama of  Great Britain? Why not Doge of the  British Empire? Whv not Stadholder  of the United States of. Britain? Why  not Mogul of the Three Kingdoms?  Why not Mikado of the Isles? Why  should there be a Dey of Tripoli, and  no Dey of Turnham Green? Why  should Tartary have had a Cham,  while Tonbridge had no trace of a  Cham? Why should we'hear (with  helpless envy) of there having once  been an Akond of Swat, when it is  vain to hope for any Akond of Sur-  biton?   1 know not   how to   comfort | Had  His Pat  rnv fellow-countrymen for the loss of j    ������Do vou, know  why  old  skinbone>  all   these   sumptuous   and   soaring i the millionairej aiways    wears a ten  titles,   except   by   reminding   them j j0jiaI  suit?"  (however sad it may seem) that they ,    ������x suppose from economy."  are a great people, with a history of i    ������y0u lose.   He can't get a suit for  their own.   We do not call our ruler j $5 timt wm fit him."  an Emperor for the same reason that j  __ .  we do not call him a Brother of the  j    Where there are frequent attacks of  j Neuralgia   and   Headaches,   there   is  j always Constipation, Weakness of the  j Kidneys and Blood Poisoning.  :     Non-action of thc  bowels compels  j the bloojl to absorb foul matter which  I should have passed from the body.  ;    Weak Kidneys fail to niter from the  I blood the necessary amount of waste.  The   blood   thus  becomes, poisoned  and  it Is this poisoned  blood  which  hurts the perves and causes Neuralgia and Headaches.  "Fruit-a-tives,"   made*  from   fruit I  juices, acts on the bowels and kidneys  and  ls the  greatest  blood  purifying  medicine in the world.  "Fruit-a-tives" is sold by all dealers  at 50c a box, 6 for $2.50, or trial size,  25c, or may be obtained from Fruit-a-  tives. Limited, Ottawa.  Vera (eight yaars old)���������"What does  transatlantic mean, mother?"  "Across the Atlantic, of course; but   gun and Moon. because it is our na.  you mustn t bother mc. , ti      - tradition to cali him something  Vera���������"Does   trans    always   mean  across?"  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  Fagan (proudly)���������-'Have ye heard  thiin gur-rls iv mine play th' piap.ny,  Jawn? By gorry, but they do be wonders."  Hagnn (who lives in the flat below)���������"They are that, Mike���������when ye  consider wonders never cease!"  It Will Cure a Cold.*���������Colds are the  commonest ailments of mankind and,  if neglected, may lead to serious con^  ditions, Dr. Thomns' Eclectric Oil  ���������will relieve the bronchial passages of  inflammation speedily and thoroughly, and will strengthen them against  subsequent attack. Anil , as it eases  the inflammation it will stop the  cough because it allays all irritation  in the throat.   Try it and prove it.  Mother���������"I suppose it does. Now,  if you don't stop bothering me with  vour questions I shall'send you right  to bed."  Vera (after a.few minutes' silence)  ���������"Then does transparent mean a  cross parent?"  Protect the child from the ravages  of worms by using,  Mother   Graves' {  Worm Exterminator.   It is a standard j  remedy,  and  years of  use have eri-'j  hanced its reputation.  lilfer"  and  "She thi'ontotied to go home to hor  another,"  "How did you prevent hor?"  "1 refused to button her dress down  the back, and sho had to stay."  -Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Amateur Farmer���������"Why, yen; I  reckon on raising enough to supp'v  my I able, a nil if there's nny oyer I'll  isencl it to tlio market, Isn't that what  you do?"  Professional Farmor--"Wanl, no,  not exactly, I reckon en raising enough to send to the mark t, an' if  there's any over I supply niy table,"  "TffunHrrn^ir^nrFT^aoifr  Spratt because he goes by fits  starts.  Miss Yapp (with a yawn)���������I would  not mind a man having fits, if he did  but start finally.  DELICATE BABIES NEED  BABIES' OWN TABLETS!  For the baby who is delicate, who ]  suffers from constipation, stomach!  and bowel troubles, worms or difficult teething, nothing can equal  Baby's Own Tabjets. They are a  positive cure for all the little ills of  childhood and can be given to the  now born baby with perfect safety.  Tliey nre sold under nn absolute  guarantee of a Government analyst  to contain no harmful drug. They  cannot, possibly do harm���������they always  do good. Mrs. Geo, A. W'indver,  Uockoroft, Ont., writes: "I would not  be without Baby's Own Tablets, My  bnby wns small and delicate and  never grew till I begun giving her the  Tablets, Sho is nine months old now  and thanks to the Tablets is well, fnt  and rosy.   I will certainly recommend  else. Brother of the Sun and Moon  is a much vaster and grander title  than either Emperoi or King; and if  you want something grander still, 1  am sure I could invent it. Uncle of  the Universe would be good, or  Cousin of the Cosmos. There are  greater titles than King of himself  an Emperor. But even to call yourself King of England was a great  business; still more to be one. To  be a King like Edward I., or even  like Edward III., is to look down as  from a pinnacle upon all the chance  brigands and compromising courtiers  hnve���������managed;���������to������������������wear-  GLAD TIDINGS  FROM NOVA SCOTIA  SURE  RELIEF    FOR    SUFFERING  WOMEN  IS FOUND  IN DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS.  Miss Kathleen Murphy Tells how she  Suffered and How Easy and Complete was her cure by the great  Canadian  Kidney Remedy.  Tangier   Mines,   Halifax Co., N. S.  There���������is~no���������longer*  who-have���������managedrto.^wear_4h(^(S^  purple' in the anarchies of East and ;doubt that of the thousands of suf-  West. To call a British King, wear-'fering Women of Canada, nine out of  ing the crown of Arthur and Alfred, every ten ow<5 tile-_r troubles to Kid-  by the foolish foreign name suggest- | ney disease. For that reason it is  ed, is to me almost madly laughable; I glad tiding? that Miss Kathleen Mur-  I would as soon call England by the | pliv  0f this place  is  sending out to  improved name of Heligoland.  Trinidd's Asphalt Lake.  One of the natural wonders of tho  her suffering sisters,  I    "My troubles started from a cold,"  -says  Miss  Murphy in nn interview,  "I had pains in my head and back,  ���������and Rheumatism and Diabetes finally  world is the great pitch lake of Trini- , tievelop'ed  !    "Then I started to. take Dodd's Kid-  dad, the most southerly island of the  British West Indies. Paying better  than any gold or diamond mine, the  lake is locally known as "Tho Black,  Diamond." An American syndicate  handles most of this natural asphalt  under a concession from the Government; and from one corner of tho  lako obtains 800 tons every day. The  material is shipped in enormous  quantities to America, England and  all parts of tho world, whero it is in  demand for street making.  Close to tho village of La Broa, tho  lako is inspected every year by numerous visitors to tho' island, for, it  ney Pills and they cleared out my  [ Rheumatism, cured my Kidney Dis-  i eases and brought bnclj my health.  I "I would not bo without Dodd's  I Kidney Pills for I have givon them a  I thorough test and found them to be  all that is claimed for them."  I    Tho secret of health for women is  to keep tho kidneys strong nnd heal-  j thy, Healthy Kidneys mean pure  j blood, abundant energy and n clear,  I healthy complexion. The- one suro  j way to keep the kidneys healthy is to  ! uso Dodd's Kidney Pills,  is a curiosity  not to bo seen   else,  them whenever I get the opportunity." ( *}**">.   The luko lies 338 feet ������bov������  The Tablets   aro    sold   by medicine' Jh������  dealers or by mail nt 25 cunts a box  from Tlio Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,!  Brockville, Out. j  "Whnt really constitutes flirtation?";  asked tlio young mini of the womanj  of the world. !  "Attention without intention." re-;  plied the experienced ono,���������Scraps,    !  Had Eczema on Legs  For Twenty Years'  Thinks no one could have It wone���������!  Wat cured by DR. CHASE'S  OINTMENT, |  There  nro   plenty   mora  tutiil  dis- '������������������  oases tluin ee'/.i'inn,   but   imt   ninny  which  oniiHo inure, downright suffer-  inu.  The teii'loncy of eczema to spread  over the body is annoying ami dis-  cmtrngiiig, nnd the itching���������the almost enii.-tiint and persistent Itching���������  newly driven a person crusty,  Ynu can senrooly wonder that poo-  pie nro onthiiHiimtir over Ur. I'lmse's  Ointment, when it biiugs them prompt  relief nud actually euros itching, tnr-  inenflng eczema, And if you oould  rend a few hundreds nf the letters  we receive from cured ones you would  Hoa and iR threo miles in eircum  ference.  knows,  hnvo boon   made" to   fntliom   it, a  havo failed,   To all appearances this  is indeed tho "bottomless pit."  Seionti������t������ describe tho pitch sub-  stance as "bituminous matter floating on tho surface of fresh wntor."  For throe feot down tho pitch is  solid enough to boar the weight of  mon and allow of their digging it up  in groat slabs with picknxo and  spado, Undor that hard substance is  liquid pitch cast up by subterranean  fires, nnd undor tnat again is the  frosh water of tlio lake.  Though the syndicate sociiros several freight train   loads   nvnry   day,  ,    ,   , , next   morning   when   thu   army   nl  time mul tried everything fur it, hut   negroes return to thoir work tlm siir-  Bll kon--"What\s the matter, Willi-  ko ?"  Willikon���������"Matter    enough,      You  How   deep   it   is   nobody i i,now somo timo ngo T assigned all my  tor  though   many   attempts | property to my wife to���������to keep it out   of tho hands of the people I owo to,  you know?".  Rillikon-"Yos,"  Willikon���������"Woll, she's taken the  money nnd gone off.! Sa^'s sh" won't  live with mo because I swindloil my  creditors,"  CHILD ACTORS.  Some Talented Youngsters Now Grace  English Stage.  Licensing of child performers in  England is a matter which never  reaches settlement and which is always under discussion, r>������Hi<-olarly  this month, when pnE*"i������������T<-i''<r,*tc for  the autumn theatrical season are be-  in? made.  It was at one time thoueht that the  joint committee appointed to examine  the working of the censorship of  plays in England would recommend  the creation of a special Government  department to deal with various  other matters appertaining to the  theatre, .in which case this licensing  of child performers, now vested in  the local magistrates, would surely  have been under the jurisdiction of  that department. Unfortunately,,  however, the committee found themselves in quite enough hot water over  how plays should be handled without  venturing to undertake further responsibilities, so local magistrates  still hnve jurisdiction in this matter  of child performers.  Until very recently the youngsters  were obliged to make an appearance  in the Police Court of each little  town, along with petty criminals and  drunkards1 ��������� so that the magistrate  could decide after seeing them  whether or not he* would license  them. This; was an evil the entire  theatrical .profession rebelled against  for years,/but without avail. Now,  however, through thc passing of the  Children'*! Act* t,lie c'lildren ne^(-  not appear in open court, but can  apply for their licenses privately.  Of course, the little performers are  drawn from several classes, first the  children of respected and clever theatrical parents. These come to their  work equipped with an inherent love  of the stage and n knovvledse of its  technicalities. ��������� They are likely to  continue in tho profession the rest of  their lives. Ellen Terry, Mrs. Kendal, Lady Bancroft, Marie Lohr,  Phyllis and Zena Dare, Ellnline Ter-  riss, Gahrielle Ray, and hosts of other  well-known actresses and actors had  this experience. ."'.  Just now the English theatre has  so many clever young recruits that  it is difficult to select the most talented. Perhaps the most remarkably  gifted child is Olive Walter, who  played Tyltyl in "The Blue Bird"  till a month or so ago, when the play  was withdrawn. She is 12 years old,  -very���������pretty���������and-gr-aeefulr-and-a���������perfect little actress. Tyltyl ns a part is  said to be as long as Hamlet, but on  the first night of "The P.lue Bird"  Olive not only never missed a line of  her own part, but she even prompted  weaker members of the company,  adult and infantile, who had lapses  of memory.  If she wero only as good a child  as she is a marvelous actress sbe  would be a joy to nny manager, but,  alas! she is always known in the  company as a "holy terror," and can  cause more trouble to stage managers  and dressers than any other small  girl alive.  She plays every prank that can bo  devised, and even tries this sort of  game on the stage, to tho great annoyance ot follow-thospians. It is  all due to pure animal spirits, but  the members of "The Blue Bird"  company,did not feel kindly nbout it,  and Mr. Trench had- so many complaints from tlio, past' that he finally  banished Olivo from tlie theatre for  two weeks, to her great grief, and  gave her part to a boy understudy,  Stephen Thomas, who played it pretty  well, Whon Olivo returned sho behaved in most exemplary, fashion for  almost a month.  FREE  S.nd ai yonr aunt tal  wi will und jam ttm, tl  cluriat [Mid, tllll IllllMI  LUCKY HEART PICTUH  BROOCH - which u  the latest, dalnUett aad  prettlett Jewelry bo������������|.  ty, all tlie rag* ertrjr-  i-i..- \-,'(, iril gtriag ������  ABSOLUTELY FREE to Ittrcduet our K������di. Inilmmt mm*.  aad addieu aad w. mil und It lo -foil at mm.    Xiinm  toMFG.Go.,54iiOYST.,Pitoy������E,i).IJ.U  Literal  ".lack Sportleigh certainly dresses  to kill."  "That's an awfully foolish expression."  "Oh, I don't know���������it keeps him  dead broke."  Teacher���������Sammy, spell "fail."  Sammy���������1   can't.  Teacher���������You can't?  Sammy���������You told mo yesterday that  there was no such word as fail.  DR. MORSE'S   INDIAN    ROOT  PILLS  are just the right medicine for the  children. When they are constipated���������when their kidneys are  out of order���������when over-indulgence in some favorite food gives  them indigestion���������Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills will quickly and  surely put thom right. Purely  vegetable, they neither sicken,  weaken or gripe, like harsh purgatives. Guard your children s  health by always keeping n box  of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills  in the house.   Thoy  Keep   the   Children   Well  DR. WINTERS  Cures Men and Women. Write  him. His valuable udvice will  cost you nothing.  BOX 215.      NEW YORK CITY.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs. WiNStow's Soothino Syrup has beta  used for over SIXTY YHARSby MILLIONS ol  MOTHERS Jor_their_ CHILDREN WHILB  TBKTHING, with P^ERFKCT-StlCCESS: II"  SOOTHES the CHILD, EOPTENS the GUMS.  ALLAYS all PAIN : CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the best remedy for DIARRH02A. It Is ao-  solutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and ttke no other  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  Horn*  DYEINQ  Is ths war to *  Save Moiry  Drey Woll  Trfltl  Simple ������������������ Warthlw  wllh  got no relief until n  friend inlvisei  hor   to use   Dr,   Chase's   Ointment,  which she got.  "She found thnt Dr, Cliasi.'s Ointment gave hor great relief, sn she got  niiiiii' mnre mul oontlnii *<l this trout,  iiie/it faithfully, until now hIio is on-  tiiely oured of eozoiiin, I don't think  iinyoiin oould hnve this iIIhoiihh worse  thnn she did, und shall nnt nt tempt  lu desoribo her suffering, Hie roenin.  iiieiuls Dr, ('huso's ointment to any  one Hiifferlllg from ot-zelllll."  ll U stieh cures as this that has  iiinilc Dr, Chase's Olnlinort the "stun-  diird ointment" the world over, !><������  ii'.t he Httislh-d with lh*> "just H������  gunil" kind. It will only disappoint.  If ymi Insist in getting what ymi ask  for ynu will In* hotter pleased nft"r  not he lung in deciding whnt  trout. ....  ment to npply for 007,011111, salt rluMini: wards nun your intelligence will nnt  nnd Nlinilnr skin dlsoiisos. he insulted next 1 lino. 1  Mm. Krod W. Clark, IVIworth, Ad-! Dr. Chime'* Ointment, CO nU, a box, |  dlngtnn Co., Out., writer; "My motln-r all ilinli'i's, or Ivhiiniisou, Bales A,  hud oedema on both legH������ for about i (.'n��������� Toronto,   Write for froo copy uf  *i*    $1.11.-*.        ..Ill'     till,  i./it.i.     tVI tt lUlir,       Ut,     !   Iti!*!    .*)     ,*,,f'l.>.  The rough, hard usage that hunting riflea often receive  requires them to be constructed on sound mechanical  principles and of the best materials. All Winchester  rifles are so made. Nothing is left undone that will make  them shoot well, work well, look well and wear well.  WtmwAnttr Qaa* ami Ammwatttan-tn* 9*4 *������f At aid-tut mats f*t ill Uni* *f Huttna,  WtMneersa MM*na������ anna oe������ ������������w nmun, ������������������������������������,  face is U'vi'l and hard an before. An  ini'xIiaiiHtlbli) mipply is therefore nt  hund without any preliminary expense, Alongside tho lake Is a light,  railway with iron curs that arc run  down to the sea���������only 11 short dis-  tiiru'i*���������iiikI thorn tlm imphnlt is transferred to ships, From thin roinnrk-  able industry tho Government of the  island receives a substantial juirt of  its revenue every year, Columbu*  dUcuvcrnd Trinidad in Hf������.  Tht Queen's Qlft. j  Many pretty stories hnvo nlremlv I  btun tub.! of tjuoeii Mary's kiu<lii<-A* ,  of heart, ntul the latest to hnnd \- 1 !  vury charming mu*. A young married -  woman, who n eontly nrrivod 111 Urid- I  liughw with li.*r Imby, found herself!  iu very dintri'S-iiinj i'|rcuiustiiitot.'s, \  and, In her want nml pnrplexity, sin 1  wroto a loiter to lier Majesty, n-llim j  bor nf bor snd nnd needy imsitiwi. I  'Iho yui'i.11 proiuiiliy bad tin* nuiiuit -,  i.'.ii 1.',*,..!' 1, it't'l 'd v-n- I'."'., 1 '' ,**- 11  genuine enso, ilnsorving nsdstiuion. I  Than tha kind Qihuiii sent some inonoy j  to a tru.-UoJtby jiiTMiii to be ex-M-mi- ,  ed in relieving '���������in woman's di-iress, |  nnd thus recoiled hor from hor sorrow.  fni     ,.tl,.l.t     l.i-     ll* I   ,.     -mil     tilneli'     ������|.|  TIhim- who know Imw royal ladies ntn \  iiitindiib'd   with  iippllcaticms  f<ir  |h>. i  I'liniiiry help will itpproeiiiUi the min  pled good soiisii mul goncrm-ity with  which llie en mi wim dealt, J  Th* Nurn'i Reward, |  It   Ik   l.ildy    Utibi'M*   Willi   ti'Ui   lili"  cUiry,  Sho wan onco viiitinij the hm. !  1 ita!* nt tlo- Ini.!** nl ���������ijM-rntion.* ���������*' India, ami   an*   #1   pli'a������eil   with    the  mirtM-n' work nnd their devotion to thn  -Ick, that *ho fixctnliiMNl-. "Iti-nlly, I *  think the sinter* dcnorvo a modal for I  thin campaign m much  a* anvonn '���������  and 1  hopo they will g*t one '    "I '  don't know about n medal," caul a ���������  gwllaiH t*4>h>t������������l, wim  wm hi ku> i������1-  tthee, "but th������y ara fiiro, at all moult,  U> got plenty of claxp*,"  SMohs Cuk  aaleWyitops ooiwHw, cure* coldy. heato  \\a throal and lump. ���������  ���������  ��������� US oonta.  Getting Back At Father  Father "Thi*   is  ynin*  little  sister,  Tommy; ynu "ill love her very dearly,  will you nol?"  Tommy- -"Vo-os,  of  emirs *;   but.  it  will  oost   a ureal, dial   to  km-p  her,  won't It:*"  Father���������"I  presume hi,"  Tommy--"Yen, nnd    when  I n-ked  ymi  Iho  othor  dny  to  buy  11  while  1 riihbil, you  sniil  ynu couldn't afford  !it,"  Scott's Emulsion  is thc original���������has been  t  the standard for thirty-five  years.  There are thousands of  so-called "iust as trood"  Emulsions, but they arc  not���������they are simply imitations which are never  as  gOUli    iih   lilt:   nii^iu.ii.  They are like thin milk���������  SCOTT'S is thick like a  heavy cream.  If you want it thin, do  it yourself with water ���������  but dont buy it thin.  roa aain my *m. iiHin������ii>ia  Sm4 Mb., ***** af ������,p*i ���������ml id. vt   tn, mm,  b"������ .1 I .1 H������������lm������ Itimi ���������-*l ���������"' . ' '    ' '"h "'*"*'  Kant ImU m*H1m ��������� Uuu4 I... t I ���������-������������  SCOTT * aowsr,  IM WiMaatii������������***, x������**t    Tw*a������,<fca  Queen and the Needlemakers.  Quoon Mary has enjoyed tho Freo-  dom of tho Neodlcinakcrs' Guild for  thirteen yours now, nnd tho Duko of  Took, whoso father wns onco Master  of tho Noodlomakera' Guild, and who  Ih himself a nimnbor of thoir oourt,  hns laid before his sister recently I'm  desire ot thu Guild to mako Hor  Majesty an offering appropriate fo  thoir emit on tho occasion of hor  coronation, and tlio Quoon has expressed hor willingness to accept from  thom 11 lilted noodlocnse, Novor will  Quoon Consort of Kiit-land hnvo boon  presented with a *mmV fitting tribute,  for Hor Mnjosty ��������� liko hor notiiUo  mothor boforo hor���������is 11 most expert  needlewoman nml ever since sin* wns  quite a child has boon in tho habit  of plyuiK l.or ueodlo diliitontly in  iimkiiiK Kiiriiients for tho poor,  Moreover, she has brought up her  '.IniiKhtor Ui the sumo diligent wonmii.  lyskill in worliinu for thn. uv.ody, au-l  ��������� vory yonr I'rhicos* May eontr-ibutes  hor nnotii to tho ki'iicmum supply of  useful ifnnnimtK sent in to tlm Needlework (iiiil'l* of which lier mother i*  pntronoMs; whllo oven lier brother*  ml'l 11 shiiro to the pile, and Unit com  fiiiters nml itln-r warm woollen t.,,,,,1,  tut this benevolent work. It has al*o  boon wlilspe.-i'd thnt Kim? (looruo, liko  most siiilors, is remarkably luiu-iy  with his iiei-illo nt tu-i'il; but his (lifts  to thn family contribution for tho-o  iu want of t-lotliiii|{ ui'iionilly consirl  of Ixiiits nil-1 oiiat- lllld other article-!  of inuii's nppitrol fiuiu bin owu wardrobe.  JUST THINK Or IT I  Dyn Wool, CettM, Silk or Mlit4 Good. Farf.ctlr  with th* SAMU Pyi-No chine, ol mlit.U... Fill  ���������nil BMtitiful Colon It c.nli, Irom rour Druitl.l or  D������.l������r. *������nd lot Color C.rd ind ITORY BookT.t, 1*  Tho Johiuoa.Rlck.rd.on Co., Umlnd, Monir..!.  FREE TO YOU  Th������ best, promlumii awl die tifnt vMiifH  I'Tiirniriirnl.  liiild anil Hllvor Watchi-'.ili-iii  ....,,���������,���������,r..,    ,ii,|ii .1111 nn.n  .Till* ||.'������, .H'lll  Mut Kliim and lironchnii, liiiiKliicr-iirwIiniliiB  Motiiig I'liitiiro MHoiilni**, yini'ly Iimiorauil  3,V���������������S,'t^ ������i>'l pniiy other jiri'iiiluiini kIvcii  KltKIC Int nullinK our lilgh������*lmi������ Ci.iliTRin-  ImimciI 1'lctnrn Pont t'nriM. Tlm vnry \nW*t  dtmlgnM In Vlnwr*. lllrllidny. KlorM, IfoliilHy,  r'omiM, An., atn tor we, Ml ������.i,������ wortli innl  win min ol thMfl fine nrmntuniN. Ymi etui  joll thom In an hour nr two, tint dnn't delay,  for wu jflva an Miru premium fur proiniiV  ne**, Wrlta trwlny, anil m* will hkiiU ymi a  paekRta anil our filg premium IUL Cnitie  Willi tfiarrawtfa nml (tct th*t ticiit r������re>mlinn������  nffereil WriUi vour name and mlcfrem vwr  plainly, C01IAI.T UOJ.U I'KN CO, "  l������i*pl������i furoiilo, OtiL  Stop  That  limp  D*n1b of  Malor  Hume.  H. II. Cuiininiibnni-liriihniiin give* 1 I  111111111111)*,   iippli-i-1.11twit   ill    llie   ,-^aiul���������  ,  dny licwew of Mnjor Hume, iho auib- j  ority im thiiu-i Spuuish, who rooonlly !  died,    tlu   bad   ju-i.   bcoti   to   Minor :  Hllllio's lllln-liil, .md  writes:  "Seldom  IlilVe  1   llstclli'il  tn  ttie ,-tnni^,  boililti  teiiiinn or h-^r- leipi'.  Selilom Ims th������*  lioartroirlimr -"iml of the i-nrth fall-  init on thi: I'otlin oiveti me a ^router 1  M'll"ii of belliu lili  illotio,   Such ent������il  it was; tho iiinrly, uritty oartb of Cm,. '������������������  tiillK Town,  wliicli. ioi*iiis ns if it  w.\*  nil artificial, not  ���������t   !*  Uh  f    W*  blnok Kotbinn soil,  enrp-i- would  -b.wlv  ttio jmlKiiii'iit iliiy  ike tho  wholi'so.iii  ���������.' i *l*   l.-iri*     ..r    tli-.  thut looks n*> II n  moiilili-r in it till  No .*ipniii������h mnn  of Imttorti over <-iiiii-a lo London with,  cut a vidt to Major Hume, nml iimi������|.  ly tho visit ui'-nnt an hour or two  , ������p������nt in tho record otlicn, tho run  *ouin, or Mime other plnco, fmn  which tlw vi������uor fiinri,.i irmit-l full  "���������Ith    upc-il!    Ifif -nt *l'-.>rl     ������lii-h    *,,.  loo of tin gut off without saying wlu-m  it camo from."  Inlu 1 lonnil, h.ollhv hniir, willing  anil t.gei iu dt * u*mt mi; , wvi *���������  ima't Irt a Kpavia, Cmli, bpllnt,  Rpraln, Ulnut-oti* ut lay uih������r Mine.  arii Ire-i jutit lmr*t In lh< .tatilf.  Curr It wllh  Kendall's  Spavla Cure  Tt fiirei wllhoitt l������iflng a *rtt,  lilrmi.lt ������r white halr������- htrauMiltltin  not lilltter.  Pari Xllla, B.C., Jimt Hlh II������W  "IU**' lit,* ������il*| 7<������m* Litiinrnl f 1  yeaii aa-l find 11 ill that yon rrprtient,  llav* **i 1**n wtlhoiit 11 tm |ft y������ar������."  t.ltOKI.K UUKIiUN.  |l, a tw.HU-4 for %i K.i-rllr.l for  hoo*r*n������ll uw. Halil by all dralm.  A ik for free took "k Tualla* Oh Tht  Karat" or wrllt at far cap-/. tl  ss. s. t. mem te tawawg t*e*. w  W. N, U., No. lift. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The Cuffiberlandl Tlews  Issued  Every   Tuesday by  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  Tins paper will not hold itself  rrHponsibta for tlie opinions of others, as muy appear in its "jolumne  *ru'u timo to time.  TUESDAY,  Nov. 2Uth,     1910,  Coast land district.  ������ o   District oi Coast. Itange 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Edward C  Tnwnsend of Vancouver, B. C f  peiitleroan, intends to apply for per  tuin>fon to miroliat-e the following  described land*: Commencing at a  po*t planted about 7 miles north  and 2 miles east of tbe noutheaet  corner oi CI. 3358, thence south 80  chains, 'hence west 80 chain*.  thence north 80 chains, thencn east  80 chains, co pu'' of conimence-  mout, containing 640 acres, moreor  ksv. EDWARD C TOWNSE'ND.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT,  District of Coast, Rauge 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Frank W.  Lei son, of Vancouver, B C, broker,  intends to eppiy fir permission to  p;nc;!ii?e the followii.g described  landr*: Commencing at a post  planted about 7 miles north and 2  miles east of the Boutln-ast corner of  CL 3358. thence tiorlh 80 chains,  thonce eaet 80 chains, thence south  80 cl-iains, thence west 80 chains, to  pout of commencement, containing  640 acres, more or Uwh.  FRANK W LEESON.  Duiod July 27th, J910  RUPERT L AND DKIIUOC  Distriot oi P i e t  TAKE notice that Lilla Kle.-inrJ.-n in-  s������n, of Vancouver, B O.. ocm *.uiiH>,m������i-  ried woman, iat-eud* tonuuly f������r amission to purchase the follnwmi' dm a. ibed  iauds:-L.E. Jeukimoi's S.E c-rnor,  Oommenciin! at a post, pla t*-d at the  north east coruer of Seo-i.-n 1. Township  21, thence wed, 1C0 cliai,-, then* north i " ""��������� '" '    '  28 chains,   more or les* to (ii-oiviu L -o, ��������� following deserihed l������ud=:���������  ImNO ACT.  Foi hi   Xiv.il.  Form- ���������������? Notic?.  Vi-nat Wetrjct,  ftimiet of Hanj-'e 2.  TAE.E noticle that   Willi nn   Look,   ->f  Vancouver, occupation Kunmeor,   intends  1 to Hp|>ly for permission to  pnrehaso ihe  thence east along tho lak>: si.nru t������ Tuwi.  ehip line, theuca south ift cliai-m nmr* ������r  loss to plaoe of commoncoiiu-ut eou'aitdiiK  540 acres, more or loss.  LILLA ELEANOR JKNKfN.SOW,  Wm. Li-aiio, Au- lit  Ddted June 23rd, 1910  RUPERT LAND Ids lUtCT  District of Riuert. ,  TAKB NOTICE th.t L*ll������ Pl-reueel0'  Jenkinsou, of Vancouvui l(. C. tu-imputi n  Spinster, intends to apply to- wimi ai.m  to parch aw tbo following (Use ib.*., linuK-  Commencing at a post uiu.it! * at tin-  uorth east coruer of so tiwi 90, Town-  snip 30, thenoe south 80 cbniui,. ti ������-��������������� ���������������  west 80 chain , thcice iiorth S\i ohain-.  theuoe east 80 chains tu pi uo of c ui-  uieowment, coi.taining 051U ������cr s more  or 1683.  LILLA FLORENCE JENKINSON,  Vi in. Lathis, ^te.i'..  Dated June 21st 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  -������-Ta:K"K-NOTicE-that��������� Gsorge���������Morer  of Vancouver, B.C, broker, intends  to apply for permission to purchase  tlie filiciwiugdeseribed lands: Coin  inducing at a post plnnted about 7  milt* no:th and 2 ruiies east of the  i-ii'ithc'ist cori.cr oi CL 3358, thence  ii irth 80 chains, thence west 80  limine, thenco south 80 chains,  t.fchce euBt 80 chains to post of  <'omtni:nceu'eiit,   containing     640  acre'1, more or less,     gkobqe moke,  Dated July 27th, 1910,  RUPERT LAND DI.-jTKUT  Distriot tf luipeit  TAKE NOTICE that   Paddy Ciemont  Blythe, of Vancouver,   ii, 0. i coupntioi.  Logger, intends tu appl.  fi>;   p.rmiss. i.  to purobase tbe fo.'lowu., do������.cn:.uJ hiiii's:  Commenoing at a pci-t (jJuxi ni m lie  southeast       corn* r      of Se.-  thm.18, township 21, m-rk-*! P. C. dly-  thj S. E. ceruer, thenot- a rth 80 cluvi n.  thence wtst 80 chains, t'l'iio-j south 8'.  cbuus, theuce eaat 80 chtina ti> place it  uooiinenccmeut, ooataiui..g; t>tu acres  more or less  PADDY CLEMENT ULYTHE  Will. Leslie,   AjjOilt  Dated June 30th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE notice that Wi���������iam  R-.b-is .  of Vancouver, B. V.   ooou1.iit...������. Bu.l8...al!  lutendi to appi/ for por,.i.s.U,  to purchase the followii.g deso: ib.-l bn.d.: 6 m  menciug nt ata p .������t pl.mto.i ���������t the a. u.  coruer of beouon i'i, 'J?,w.. ./I:p. 2i,  ,,������������������������������������.  ������*W. Robinwn., s.'E.  oo.-uir,   thec  uorth 80 chains, thenco w.bi Bucb,!.^  thence south 80 ciiainH,   tbe.co   e.at oi.  chain, to plaoe of comm ucea.eut, oout.m  ing 040 acres, ra���������ra or I. hu.  WILLIAM ROBINSON  KUPKRT LAND i.iWTRlCX  ���������Dmlrict of Uuyi-rt.  TAKE NOiF-K that Ruth KozioClurk  nf Vn,.couver, B. (J., ojuupution married  ���������viimtin, in.uii-.iD to apply if-r permiflBion  to \Airol),wti tb*-* following ilnS'!rit)ed landa;  OvH'i"*.'u*jiu"Sf at n p ni chined ut tbo  ii*.U(:i Miiiit 0"i-nor of fcciiu 1, 'l''JW..jshlp  21, -.hones norih SOoliainM, thenco went  BO ijliai'jH, tliouce flo.itii SJ uiian ), tiauoe  i-hmI 80 chiinii to pUca of u !iiiniuu3������nient,  ������i*i4tai*Jiiiu till) aores, more or 1-nn.  RUTH KBZIA CLARK,  Wm. Lcjisli-a, .'igeot.  UiUA Juph 2hit, 1.910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICK tlwt Uvorir* Normtii  Worsley, of Vnncouvur, U.O., oooupation  b/ok-koepur, intends to apply for pormii-  ei hi to tmrchiHO tho fulluv/mtf desoribod  liiuili*,��������� Cmniiioiioiag ������t a font planted at  iho nou-.li wad coruer ot 8 o luu !8,To*-u  iliipB pout marked O. N Wprdov's ������.  W. ii'irnor. tliotito en������t 80 oli������iu������, thancf  I'lu-'h bti - ii iiu-i, ilioTiou weat B0 ohains,  tbiuoo iiouUi 8U clinlug to plaoo uf ooui-  i-iiMwuiiiiii-, oimiiuui'iK Gh) Huron, mote  ,1' hm*  UWOIMK NOKMAN WOKiLKY,  Wm, Lealie, Agent.  DA<id June Siltb, 1910.  RUPERT LAND Uf STRICT  Dutriet of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that I, E.iwaal Thon.  ley, nt Vancouve, B.C., o.ciii.ii.icii, Tmv-  eder, intends to apply fm iierm.^in. ������������������"  puiohase tho follo-Aing ilo on'io*i l.nds:  C"inintnoing at a post pla id'd at di.  north e������iit coiner of Seciin., 1^, T.i*.v"lrp  21, tliance east 80 chains, ih-nce a u li  ���������tO cluiins, thenoe wust do obniiK mo:eo.  )eso to Gtorgia Lake, 'iio.cn wi tori.\  alonjj uorth ahoro of Ink** 95 chain *, in**ic  or Itsi to whore Humioii lu.������ bo w.o������ .See.  12 and 18 intersects la o. tlieiioi- oh" li  ciiBiiiH mora or les< to plucit.u!' um uie. ���������  incut inscribod ou po.it ."-ii) eh ior i.i W. K.  ooruer, K. Thornl-y, oo .t*mi -tr (itl) n'-rcii,  nv>ri* or lean.   EDWARD TWOU.vLEi.'.  DatedJune 28th, 1010.  RUP^WILAND W8TUIO r  District of liti^rt.  TAKE NOTIOE that  I, suimvl Ki.w-  den, ot Vanoouvec, 13. C, (iccui/iiiion mi  ing ontsinuor, intoi.ds tn U|i|.lj fur |.".rm ���������.  sion to puiohnso the Mlowi'-j? uocr.bod  luiidn:���������CowniHiiciug at a pi������t pUm-ii at  tlm Houth wost cornoro' .votuiu i, Tmvu-  ship 21, tlli'UCe uordi 80 olulim,   die iui<  taut80 oluiian, tbenoo   miuth 8d  ub>ii>n  thuueo went 80 ohuiaa, t���������> placo of ooiiuu  tfiiwimwit, oontaiiiiiig CO ioo . inino i<i  iojoi, samuei. now nny,  V\ iii, Ltaiilu, A, Out.  Dated Juno 21st, 1910.  UUI-MtttTLANDiri.'U-RUIl'  piHtrioti f Hubert.  TAKK tu'liTH.'K dun isu'phon So4ti  i.' Vn<i|ii!ivnr, II. *' . oiVU|Mt'i������n, IxKik.  li. |i*i*. iii'uoi lu'MvIy fur pxiuntiHi'Mi tu  uro'i ih11 'bu iiillowMiKiH'no ibrd Itmlii:���������  ->..,.*,'li, S, W, iu*.ii|iir. I'niumi'iioiiig al  .i j.-**i p! ...ii'i " Tuv/.Mhip J.tie at mititli  i tj.ii... ii- ,;iit I,tin.-, tbo.itto Miulli  1,'iM nliuiim mmi) ui* Iihw to tlm quartm  |i<mi lm wo -ii ���������vot.mii HI ,nd ill J, Town  ilip tlii .1 20, tbdoo o..it -10 oIuIiin,  tlimio > north RIO clmiiiH, tln-noo west Hi  dl  I* H, (ll-lion Hiilltll    2 Oil * UH 10 plftOH ol  ouiiiiiiuiioi-iiioiit,   I'liiiU.iii h CilO  ������atj������,  uio cor loiw,      MTEPIII-'VMIATII,  Wm, LiibIio, Agent,  D itnlJ lino 2!ird, 1910  UUVimV LAND DWTttlCT  Uiitilottif Uupurt.  TAKK Noni'k tnat Julin Kmkine, of  ' ....    .    ;   !'  (' , -:,-:.-���������. I   ., I:  !., r,:  tftiilti t>> ai'ti'v for tioriniH������i,iii to tiilruliBm.*  iim iulliJAt.it* d noiibtnl IiuhIh:���������Uoinmuii  i-ihk'   4i a f"*i |iliiul.:iJ   I Ilia uni ill   o*������t  it .ru. r ot H< o.i'ui ill. Township 20, tbwioi  M uth 80 oh mi",   llumuu wat td eliaii.t*  l,.Ht-������������t tto-'h HO oliuiii'i,   iliuuiM   uunt  HI'  i: i.iim I > i-1 ion ol  uimiiiUioi.uuUieut, ooii-  lul till      illAI Itwll'-A,  ...������4.l ���������t   I- *r,,  JOitS KU-KINK,  Wm  Lu'lio, Ageot,  llitmi Juno -31 -t. l'.I.O.  HUf'KitTI.ANDlH.SlKHJT  Dmtrict uf Rupi rl.  TAKK Nnili'*, thit Ailu KUunnr .lentil,* ���������������,   f V.n,-i   vn,   ll, ('.,  .c������up������tiori,  LIU.    <^|..|,U*   I,   U.->>     '   1   '.->   *\'\A)    l"l   (.Ulu.CV  ni   ��������� t i    |vl.  ill il.1l. ...I)   jll!l..!|l|^ ,'lUi .rilllll  .������iii|i: -( >ii.,m>ticiii|/ Mi a p Mt plttntt>d at  tha ...������r!.u r,.- 11: in������r f .St������lii,������i .16, few -  i.hip'.V,, Mm ii*' Humh VI uitiwi, th������nc*  **.<, 'lo ii i, ibii'ioo imrlli WaliHiiui,  ������:.������������������������������,���������; *'��������� i *-*'-5ujr-* i������ pi.'*!* '-' *v������rfj-  i, '*������������������, *, eoni iaiug <Ath *<.m, u.ote ur  ������.a  ���������l\  I    i'tVOlt   'KXr,|V<#ONf.  RUPKKT LANUDI.ilKlCT  Dintrict of Unpen,  TAKK NOTIOK that Ita do* Auliby, .*  Vancouver,  tl. ti,, <iccii)nlinn,   n.������vrio<  wouun, iiilonds to applj f.r  puiu tiiii.i.  to purohiiHU tlm followiuu d* *c HkhI innd���������:  OjmiiiOMiiun nt h pout   (il.niiod   ut tii.  suii'li uut nonn-ir   of f'njti'i.i Sim, 'I'.ii,-..-  rtliip 'il, thonuo  north bo oh il .h,  linu.fi  WtHt HO oIlllilH,   thoilUO   ll.iU.lltJlJ   oIlliillH,  tlionw I'Bd HO ohniiiH, t * p|-ici ot * 'nun  diiceiiiuut, uuutiiu.ing fUO Liu'oi, i*niw or  loss. UAll'Kli rtVihY,  Wiu. Lonliii, Axutit.  pHti>U JuuwSlHt, IVi10.  Cointiu-nuiiiK ut a p- st phmteil on the  beacu itliouiiouO'aud u hmf lniios bivtitli  K*.-t fi-uin tbe South Eist i-iinur of C. L.  WW8 thence Nortu eijffi.ty (80) cIcuiib,  tliouoc K.i������,t oi^h-.y (80) chmus, tticncc  t*V������tb (������0| chains, the <;������ Wet (SO)  ubniiiH, to point of vo.' meiioiinei���������-., cou-  tiiiniiig sis huiidail nud forty uiiuo, .uo.e  Una.  WILLIAM LEKK  uiirilie.ist bonier of No 6. heinjj four  in- e-. rinrili ol the snu'liivesi corner of  No 1,.thence .n nh So cha.ns, ihciu-e  *e.i< So chains, thence souih So rh.iins  tbenee e ist So chains to the point* of  commencement, containing* 640 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910.  DaUd June 4th, 1010.  IANU  ACT.  Po, in No. 9,  Form of Notice,  (otfct Distriot,  D'atncc of Rin{,e 2.  TAKE notice that Vcrnu Leek of Vancouver, ocoupatiuu  bt/iiistt-r,  intends to  ipply for peruiis.-i.-n to purchase the  following described .nnds;���������  Cuiumeucin-j nt a poat planted at the  North West oruor cf No.l, tluuce W^t  ciybty (8U) und. s u.ore ir le 8 tu C, L.  ikiiiS, theuce Ni-rtn ei{j!i-.y (8.1) ch i..s h-  loiiir C, L. :>i&S, tne c.i liasi ������ yb y {HO]  chains, theuoe bouth eighty (M) .u.iu..  t-i the pjlat of counnu.cuoie. t. out du  ing six bandied una foity [Oil)) 1.010.  ui^re or less.  VERNA LKKK  Num.; .11 Applioant.  Duted June 4tb, 1010.  to apply ior permission to purchase the  N..m^ uf App.iciut j f0|,owi,1K iiescnbed lands; Commencing  al a posi planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (being three miles north, of the  soot Invest corner of No 1) thence norih  80 chains, thonce east So chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence'west So ch.ifps,  to ihe point of commencement contain-  in" six hundred and forty, 6ao, acres,  more or less.       WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applic.mt-  Daied June 4, 191c.  1 AND AOT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Nitieo.  (.'OiHt Disirici,  DistnoL of  kauge 2.  TAKE not'oe dial Eiimor Leek of V:m-  couvii-, , coupiuio.i Marked wiuiiaa. iii-  u*nilB tuipply tor p fini stun to purchase  the following doMi-nbed landis:���������  I'oiiimi'Uoi ff at 11 p.is't pbe led at the  Xor'.b Wcm corner i.f N.i. I. ttie oe N.rt.i  ja������bty_(!JQ)-ch*iii.s..tlu.ii^O-E.i.3t-(80)xbaii,g.  Ihouuo 3uuth eighty (81.) i-h-iins, tlienc-  Wost (80) chaint, in p..n t of co.i.ineuc.-  mont, eo.tiiini.iii tin luud.ed and fo ty  uoies, mo.ii ur less.  KLANOR LEEK  Name of Applieant.  DatB'l June 4th, I'.IIO.  L\NJ)  For,. N  A(.T.  a.*  Fnrm uf Nn ieo.  Omi-it Din 1 ict  uii.-jjo 2.  TAKK N11TICK Iht K11 neriue Brown,  i..0'iputiuii   wido*,v,   ii-iondi   tu upi'ly foi  pnniHMiiii 11 pu-chine th������ f 1 n-.*iiii������   do-  .wridoil   Iniiila:   C nimn. c |*  at a p.s  iilniiteil ut the ti.'i-tii.ii 1 onru'i* of   No :'  (la'il)(,'tw-i mill*-* 'inrtll   in   tho a.intllWi' l  ooriiurtif No I) tlioi.o' i.ortii  oi(,*lit) (tin)  ni'liih,   lne..oo   ������et   litllitv   (Mil) unid ..-,  thoncu south ei|[bty (HWi"oliiiiiiB,   ihenoe  onsi eiylity [80] chuiiiH. ti  tho   point     I  11.imnetieeiitiiit, omitni..iii|������ .ix bundled  uud forty [0*10) uci-cn, iuoui m- loss.  KATUKUIN'KHROWN,  N..ino uf tipplLnut  Duted Jure 4, 1910,  LAND ACt'.  Form No. D,  Cook's Cotton Root ConpausA  Thu great L''������rli������i Ton!^, umi  Silly nufii ini.iiurti )!|rmt!ji.y  toirtitiilort,!i v hlo.'i woiiiiin w.r.  0|niiii1, Hnlil in thru* ileiirom  of Htrmintli- No. 1, tft; Nr> :*.  10iloirri'cs ������tron������<ir. Ij.il <���������". ���������*,  for NiHM.-irtl tt.wi'n, A, ������j'*>r Imi  Bold liy all ilrnifiruui or mui  "���������" en rvutiiitl tit prloc  ���������titi''*.. .\ilifri-mji TMti  I.OUT, UvtmvrluWit:*���������**.  Iiorin ui Notico,  C'ojHt Diatiiut,  Dintrioi if Ruujfi-i Xn  TAKK NUUCK tint; Audio Uremnor, of  ' H-iNtun, oco-.pitluii njiliiHti-i', intoiidii tuiip-  ply for p-rmi'Hiou ki puicliiiHu iliiMollow  io^ di'HC.iboil Iniul : ( oinnulining ut it punt  plliutiiil nt tlm lH'ith'iiH   onrnor uf .Nn.  *2  (l.(:il.({ trtli udbll  llul'lb    nf    llll!    Hlllll||\.VO<  imriior of N ". I) thonoo i.unli oiuli ,v [Ml)  ul.aluii, tli'iH'i- oii't liubi, (t*<) clnim-,  tllO ,(iO HoUtll niollly (H(J| O'.iuili.i, In 1.i'|i  wu.t. niihtyfSO) ihui'iH 10 |iiitit of mui  11 0iU"lin"'t, ow.tub inn nx iiiiiiilruii .md  fort, (tliU) iioo'i, iiinrii or ln-s,  A.NNIU UUKAINER,  Nuiiio if AiU'lioiu t,  lUmi.I mini   J > 10.  L.mNI) Ai'T-  I'iiiiii Nu. t).  miimlri  .������ ..    ���������*��������� m m2**\t*,m  letuHiCDUiHi OOmTomo nto  (Vast Uisiiict  Di>niil nl Riiijjo 3.  TAKE NMI'ICK ih.ii h.livin I' ll em-  VtfWmVs *.1.U?".plli)<liR|t It1C1' ���������'' Vaiii-oiivci-, (,c( iipntiim btniiKt; in-  Tne Oreat  j''*(i't,H   y,Vin,.,/|/ ' tends in apply fm (lormcsioii to pnirli.^c  ~tj!'Tai:t;'!'iH= r..nowi.,w .icscnpo.i i.,.,,is. <:������������������,.  HUiod.ln oid.,cl.,,*....;.,.v.,,Nll    ��������� ^^.^ a| ,( ^ |)|(mle)| m  |h|j n(>(.|h-  |C.IM inlliei ul .111 4   vi-vilif;   1111 tv.   tt 11 if-  ,,.7,... 1., ,.<;. i-...'.;. '.1 .. .   ..���������i,    .,\    ,">,,     ,  t_/_im'lit* . lltmltii: llmlll iinbly  Su   i liiiius,   ihcm i-  west   civilly,   81,   Hum-,  ilr'c.ic wiml,  __.   c(>i j,|^t yit| 1 binui, tliijin.i' t-att cl*.*,lny fin  SAVtVAHD DIS'TlttCJ', !i ii.iins in 110111I nl  (..iinini-iii.cinciii,   iuji  '" '" l.|llll|.J{   ^.\    llllllllllll    III.I   I'lll)   l,!!^!!,   ,1! ll -  Wi Ikbilit^, Mtiitiifiiml ilriijiiti'iirn'.'ji  'ttuilerrhrmltind'l'ffeetm of .i'<n.���������:���������,. /a-.,  11 I'i'll jn*i V.iv, iJjf-r!*-    1 , ,   .   '    ,    .  will ouro. Hold by nil dni" n������ii: nr iimll.it It  LAND ACT.  hiirm No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast District,  District of Range 2  TAKE NOTICE that Waller Leek, of  micouver, occupation engineer, intends  LAND  ACT-  F01111 No. 9.  b'o'r.ii of notice.  Coast District Ran^e 2.  TAKE NOl'ICE thht William H.  Wiinlen, of Vancouver, occupation, sen-  '.Icnian, intends to apply for permission  to purchase die following described  IhihIs: Commencing at a post plnnted at  the nortli eust corner of No. C, beimj  tour miles norih of tbe south west corner  of N.i. 1; thence north 80 chains, tbenee  east So cbains, thence south 80 chains,  theuce west Su ohains, to the point of  commencement, containing six hnndred  ���������ind forty acn-s, more or less.  WILLIAM   H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant,  Daied June 41b, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form' No. 9.  Form ol Nonce.  ��������� -^ CoHsi-D-iSt-riet-i-���������-���������������������������  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast .District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Bnrton Hoi-  land, ot Vancouver; oooupation, ao-  coun'ant, intend* to a; ply for por-  mitsinn 00 purohaae the following described lands: Commencing at a poet  planted at the north east eornor of No  12, beiug four miles nortb and two  ���������rili s west ol tbe sontb west comer ol  No. 1, thence nortb 80 chains, thence  wtet 80 chainc,thence south 80 obaint  tbenee east. 80 chaiin*, tn the p.iint ol  c ma ODComent, oouuluiag 640 aores  more or less.  BURTON HOLLAED,  Name ot Applicant.  Dated Juno 7ih, 1910.  LAND ACT.  For m No, 9.  Form of Nalice.  Coast Dintrict, Range 2  TAKE NOTIOE tnat Alex F Brem-  uer. 01 Bi.stou, occupation eu^iueer,  intends to apply for permission 10 pur*  oh am tlie fnllowin*.- discriotil lands*.���������  ComnieLciug at a pi-at- plnoted ut the  northenst corner ol No 12, being tour  miles north and two mileo west of tb-.  si.Uth west corner of Nod, thenoe north  80 oiii.ii,s, theuce east 80 cb.iut..  *. honoe south 80 cbains, itieuce *.veHi  80 ehuiii*, to tbe point of commenci-  u.tut, ouuUit.i-iit 640 ������eros, more oi  Urn-. ALEX F. BREMNER.  Name ol Applicant.  D.itet June 7 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District, Range 2  TAKE NOTIOE tbfct.'Juhn fit.  Sn wart, of Vancouver, occupation cur  pen ter, intends to apply for pern i*-  siou topmohaae the lollowing described lane's:���������Commencing at a pist  planted at tbe northwest comet ol No  11, being tt.iee milea north and three  miles treat of the uoutbwest corner ot  Nol, thence uortb 80 cbains, tbenee  west 80 chair s, thonce south 80 chains  thence east 80 obains. to tbe poiut of  oommMicemeot, coutaioion.640 aotoc,  mote or less. JOHN M.S'IEWA KT,  Nume ot Applicant.  Dated June G, 1910.  Disirict of Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that   C,enr������e  Wha-  len, 01 Vancouver, occupation, contractor  iulend--- to apply for  permission   10  purchase   the   Inlawing   described, laniN  Coiiimeiiciny ai a post planted about om  mile  west from tbe north west corner <���������*.  No 2, being iwa miles   nonb   and  tm.  miles wc-i of the soiuh west comer of No  I, thenco north So cnains, (hence cast 811  chains, thence south 80 chains, more  or  leis 10 C, L, 335S, thence west, 80 chains  nlon-4 said licen-e to point of commence-,  ment, containing 640 acros, more nr less.  CKORC.E  WHALEN,  Name of Applicant,  Dated June 4th, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form nl Notice,  Cosst District.  Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that John Morai-  ic, of Vancouver,occupation constructor, intends  ,to apply for pomnHHioo  to purchase   the   fallowing   di soribed  Uiidai-CommeaaUig tit a post  plinti d  at tb������ northeast Corner of No 1-1, 11���������  inp   five   miles uortb and  two n-iu-t  west cf the southwest corner of Nu  1,  lu nee nortb 80 chrius,  tl-.pnec   we������i  80 c-hait s   tl.euce   south   SO  ohaius.  thence H������.^t 80 obrins, lo the point o'.  !-��������� uimeooement, cotitamirv (5J0 aims,  more or lesn.      JOHN j.OKaVIC,  Naioo cf Applicant  +)H4ed-JlV*.-odlr1.910^_���������___ !_���������  I'lidn pktf, ou rooollit iifjiri.������.   X .n /mm' lit* ,  ���������nnmfre-. Th������ Wood Miidlulno On.  /*n<nrl\i Irlnatori ^oranw.Ortt.  TAKE NOTICK that - *tv .lay, ���������f,., , ,������������������������ ?���������. ;w.  '*to,r, CluirloH H, ������trni!H".   if  Wi.d-' IDWIN I' IIUKMNKI*'  'own. (J..ru.������ Mim!. mw,..|N. ur. i��������� ,.,���������| ' N.���������',, ,'��������� ,;',,���������  '<��������� ������m������ly for |Mrrol������i<i<m t. Ii-mm tl,.* f���������|j v ; ,...,���������,��������� ,.,���������,. . .������������������,  "i KMonlNlfiiroMhore:   <Wi.i������,.vh,���������ai . '     "*'  1 |������wt plnond   ������t Ihn  blrfii  ' .*i t*r   11. nl,  "���������'miui  llvi'oluiiiii nurtli rv tnnu  tin s  W   oirimr id ������hi������ fr*nl������i i.i   >.   tv  ,.��������� r,  r nee\l���������n M't,  Vetti z Islai.n, ti���������.,���������-i* mi.  fltnK in a iwnlherly ilir������oii..u fi.j|..vi. j> t!��������� I  iWMonJor of thn ahum Iii.. t.. |Mlll)t .t,l ,  chain* anntlwrly frt>m tb  snld-s. t\' .,or.!  -iml ihettnelinn*!  ."������. *>v    ,., ,1 r  ���������,,.  tinnlVl Voile*. 1st nd, ai ��������� 1 n,t,r ������.| K, .,,1  ���������he fctonlioro tlicrein ilun   ., ;, ������, w.u,  ������i*rl<  "l^nl .fui*   2,'Ull,  I'J 10  Vjiiah U- *i  ,t; <a:.     I  LAND AC I,  |*'..nii \.i tj,  |-'iirin nf Nodi e.  Cn.lit IJi.Iih 1,  |>i������triti nl R,m^>- 3.  TAKE N'f-TH'f: ihat   II.Im   <.\,���������n-  i...*...a 1! i-'", '>"���������(> I'i-m i-i " ���������������������������   -  nt in, iinrmln !���������' ������i������plv lor  pi iiiii-m.uj in  piir< li.sf till- follow n^   lli-M.iliil     ,n|,U;  '.'..an..ci" 'lljl  .XI    ���������!    I'"-!   p  inml ,|. ill,  LAND ACT.  l-'orm No. 9.  Form of Noi ice,  Co.i-,i District Kanye 2.  TAKE NOCfCE tint Robert, II, Ellis  of Vancouver, occupation,broker, intends  to apply for pei-ini*������ii>n 10 pun base the  followinu described lands: Cii'innenciiiK  at a post pl.nueil at Uio soulh west corner of No, 10, beiii-4 i������o inilei north ami  two miles west of the south west corner  ol No. 1, thenee north iiij chains, thence  west 81 cliains, tlieiH'o souih 8n cli:11ns,  more or less, thonce east Su cbains, lo  point of cnminonciMiiunt, containing 640  acres, more or less.  UlJHKUT II. ELLIS,  Niiino of Applicant,  |).tod Juno 4th, 11)111.  LAND  ACT.  Form No. 9.  Kuriii of Notice,  Co-is1, piiirii'i Kangc   .  TAKK NOTICE tli it John  0. Arm-  -.lioiiK, of \'.iik:o Ivor, oicujuiioii,  cloik,  ilili'lids In apply fm- perniisiion  tn  pur-  cliiiif!   the follmviiiH  fli-scnhctl I uni-*: ���������  Ciiiiiiiioiu.ii)(!    at   a pimt 1 limtod at tho  iniiiii cm roiiicrol   No. 11, boitip, ihri-e  nii|o> 11111.I1 .m I two inih'i   wo-.t   uf  the  mhuIi Most 101 nor of Nn. 1; ihoin'o nurtli  Si i.'iaiii'-, tbcncu we.ii Ho, chain-, ilnaiu.  ilnjiiio  soutli 8u chains, tlim-.i-c c.ist   Ho  cliiins, I., ihe  point ot i-iiminoncement,  ciinlii 11111*4 fi.pi acict', more nr loss.  JOilNC.. AKMSTKONC,  Name of Applicant,  Dined Judo 4',h, ii;io,  1       " ,";,7'" ;   , I, V.I li   III.  I ,  I'm 111 No. t).  1-'|||-||| nf   Vuiict*.  ('nasi  Disiru-t R uijo 2,  I AM. MM tv r- ti ������l \f IU   il*   II   l-  j binrl, td Va oouv������-r, 10011 tm"ini, imh-  I tnd wiimtii, iiiioiiili1 lo apply for p*r  j mi"������" tn |'iir������i������'H������*' ihw f 'lloiviiii/ d -  ������erihod laiutr: Conitiii-tiniuB at a p> ������t  I plio'f't at tbo inifili t ���������*t corner of S,  111,  ti-iiiir tbrf--inili* (i-r������h am)   f������<  , mil.n *��������� nt t' ��������� 1 - H  v  1. ro<*r i f N  ) I, ��������� I101W norlti N'l abi-i  ������, f������>������nc������ "������*'  yf|       |*������       |*M 'l|.   ll.-.'  J.l|������    > N'l      Ol   ii* '*  I   |i.*r t'c M-t Nl I'll*''1 *   it* tb* ���������" ii l ot  ji*ervniiiif*iiifnt,oi*ni i  h-gbiti *ri*e,  '. i||. 16 ol 1  ���������"���������.  1 (.Hllltri)������ not HN!1  ! N.iiun 1 f Applir-ni.  1 D.ttd Jiin 4 ������, 1U10.  Land act.  Form Bo 9.  I'orm ol No ice.  Oosst Distriot, Riuk"  2.  TAKB NOl'ICE that Jo^ih  M01-  ��������� lio, ot Vai.ooiivor, ocoupHtinn cn>.ir)-  or, intends to'apply fnt pi-rn i mon tm  .1u10hh.se tin ioll"WiuKd(Si:rlti������-d landr:  Jninrii'ncing At a peat plsuted at,  ������bi  n*r'.biast comer <f No 14,  li-iop fm  miles 1 un li Hnd two ucles Wi-st uf in-  s uthwet-t eornor of N   1, tin 1 ce nortli  80   chums,   tonnes   east   80. ubaiiti*.  t hh-hhi u'h 80 cnaiiit, tbtuce wtet 8ti  cbaiv.B, to the   potnt   cf   coininenoi-  m.mt. contuiniiH'  (140   auros, more or  l-drt. JOriEl'tt  MORAVIC,  Nume ut Appii -ant.  D.itul Juno fi  HIIO  MND ACT.  Form No 1).  Finn of Notice.  Coast Dii-iriot, Rango %  TAKE NOl'lOU th������t Wiilimn  Uait;e'., of Viuioonver, ocoup^iion fore  iiun, intends lo ������p|ty for j-trn l.-sioi-  to piirubss<.' tbe folluwiiig iIiscuLim!  Uiids,���������t'omnifntiiig at a poutpUuii-d  .it tlia nnrthPi.Bt eortyir of No 16, be-  me *ii mil s north ami two inilo-  wesi of tba sooth-vi-H oorner (>l No 1,  thence uortb 80 chains, tbo uso wt-st  HUihaiiis, thanoM soulh 80 chcics,  tbtii.i.-" iHHi 80ohnlns, in 'In1 point oi  noiiiiiionooumtit,oonti.iniiifi (110 a"rei,  more or less. VVJLLLt.U HA IN 158,  Name of Applioant,  DMrd Jno- U 1910  !     r~~ LAND A0r. "  Fur-a Nu ������.  Form ut Notioe.  Oonn Dim riot, Range 2.  TAKE   NOl'ICE tbnt Oconto  0.  I'i* It, ol Vanoouver, icon pal ion   ho*  couniant, in-iiuri to  apply  tnr   pot  miks   n m (>*iirehiiH������ th* ln||owlni{ dn  ciniud Unitst���������Ooiniiirin i gat a pom  I'lantd at iim iKiriiii-ii.nl corner ul No,  Itl,  bti on   sit   miles   in rh unit tw  miles west tn tliusouKi wost ivrm 1 1'  Nn 1 tbi'iii-.i* i.urtb Uo obitins,  Henu  r*u bOijiisirs tbu ii soutli 80 niiaiin*,  ilioiite yest 60 oliaibu, to tli  tinii.to'  n iiiiiieiiioiiieii', i-oiilriini-ift (-fincrif  iiore or l������is.  UKllRHK C, I'KAl'T,  Name ul Ai'pliouiil.  Umrd Juipfl, HUH  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notioe.  Cuaat Distriot, Kauge 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Alexander iloPhte  of Vancouver, ocoupatiou, carpenter, in-  tenik to apply for permission 10 purohueo  the lollowing doscnlit-d landa:���������Cominenc-  intj at at a post planted ut tho north Must  cornar of No. 12, beiug four aides north  aud three milea west uf the ������ouch ������vust uo -  uer of No.l, theuce north 80 ohains,tlienoo  west 80 chains, thence soutli 80 chains.,  thence east 80 chaius, to the point id uoiu-  niencemont, coutaiuing 940 acres', more or  less. ALEXANDER MuPHEK,  Namu of Applicant.  DUed June litb, 1910,  .   LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  Coast Distriot, Rango 2.  TAKIi NOTICK tlut Naomi McPhoe,  of Vaucouver, cccupation, mairied wpumn  iuteiids to apply fur permission lo 'purohaae tbo following discribed laads.; Com  uieDoiug at a pout planted ������'t tho 1,01-th  west coiner of Nu. 14, being five u ilcs  uoith aud three miles wtet 1 f tha si uth  west coiuor i.f No. 1, thenco north 80  chains, thenco west 80 cliains, thonce  south 80 chains, thence east 80 chaim, to'  the poiut of commencement, coutui. i.-y  (ilO rforijs, more 0. los.-.  NAOMI McPHEE,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June Cth, 1910.  LAND ACt',  Fi.'i-iu No. 9.  Const District, R.u go 2.  TAKK NOTICE lhvt Lcwii J. Bull ol  Vm couver, iKjoupiition, fm-euinii.  intoids  to apply for  pi-rmusion to purcbttse   thii  fiillowing dosoribcit   huiila: (Ji.nimoio.ing  at a post planted at tha nnnb v. ctt 10, n -c  ot No. 10  lioiug tix-uni. h   m.rth ami ti reu  inilcs wost of tlio smith wiBt ooiiibi of No  1, thincei.iir'h rib en.in*, the. co we I,   80  chains,  thonco ������i nth   8(1 chuiiiH,   theuco  oittSO cb .in., to 1I11- point i.f uoumitt-turnout, ofliitaini. gti-10 i.uiom, niiiioi.r lo.s������,  LEW IS J. HULL,  Niimu of Apjmoiint.  Dated Jane 6th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 0,  Form 11 Notioe.  ���������, Coast Diati or, liiu.gu ii.  TAKK NOl'ICE (.Hat Alexamlor J. Stuw  nrt, of ViinO'itiver,. oonupatio.il uirpcnbr,  iiitondB to apply for |.oni.Union to |\ir-  oha 0 thu foiliiwing ditsuiibed Jn*ils:~  Coinmouoiiig ut a post plnnted i-n t<io  sb ro about '21 miks in n munh i.tin.  tori/ dirootioii l ro in th.; south wus. uir-  nurof No, 1, tliHiiue nm tn 80 chimin,  theuco east HO oildns, thoiiou south HO  clniiiH. thiiiu-o \\dtjt bii (limine, to point  of oomiuoiiuuiueiit, cotitiduiuij U40 acres,  mora or hiss,  ALEXANDER J. STEWART,  Namu of Applicant.  Dato Juiiu 9Hi, HI 10.  LAND ACT.  t'Vrin No. 1), Kiirin ut Notico;  Coast Dis'rict, Rai.������u *i.  LAND ACT,  Form Wo U,  Frrm 01 *-5f.* 1.-������n.  Co������M Dittiiot, l.txtge 2  TAKE NOTIfF, tba' to-*** V ten  Mil,nt Vancuivir,u*--fiii I'lioii bwrhfi  iiifiir"n   to  apply for f^riniiifliiii  i������   ,1,.,,-,,        .1,, I   II   . ,.i,... il.,.,n,;ii   ���������  audi:���������O.nw nianoinu a' a poi.t plantid  ������i*.#r ib������ <e*vo at th<������ aotowert eutnet  ut Nu II. I'i'inii tro i������iibi������ i.i'ffh   nr.11  iliri'i* niii's wi.it id tbe foothwuef- onr-  ,ui nf No l,t>->*noH norfh BD cMlm*,  ���������ititCH wi������t dOol'ti'*. tbonoe *nutl  Niirhwliin, niort? *r bsi lo abort line  II turn      ea,i.     MU     rhiini       ���������Inn-,  alien* Hnr to tinint i.f comf-imf-mi-iint,  o'lntmi wif 1:411 atte*, 11 me rt l������*t.  1>������VB Ft UMUK)N,  Name if A1 ilicaut.  IM** .l.i". fi IfflO  TAKENOTJL'K lint Elxdutli J.mo  iStni-li of Vancouver, oociipiliin*, nun* iod  wiiinii', iatuinlH id apply Ur pi-rui ������,*i'ii  to p.irohur.0 tbo fulliiwiuij iloiiirih'il Iim a:  Coiiiiuoiioiug nt 11 innl planunl at thu  soulh 0.1stuorocr of No, 1, llionco h uth  80 ubniiiH, mom or lisa to i-ln in llm, u Once tinHt HII ibniiiH iilnng 1 ortlii ru bn.inlii y  of No, ������'.', Iliiuoi noitii bd uniiiiiii thniuu  west NO ohum-, to pmnt of i.oiiiiiioiiiioiMn I,  coiituiuii.g (Ull .luii.**, Hinln 1 r Iohm,  ELIZAUKTtl .1 AN K SMI I ll,  Niiiuti of ApplH'tilit.  D ti.Jitnn Oth.llHO,  LAND ACT.  l-'orm Nu. t>. i''oiin ut Notice.  UtfUtt Ul������ll ml,  iungu U,  TAKK NOTICK that DavW Oawaoii  Allliir, of Vtiiii'iiuvc, ncenpKi'in, ������nri*<ii-  <ur, intunds to'ipply for pi'iiiiUnion to pui-  olinm.- tho loll.i"inn d 'funbid luidn- Cuin  .-���������*. : ...4, \.   a   pir %   |>i.i)il|-il    ill   Inn   until ll  .-.ist ooriitr 1 f No. I tlieiioe north HO iliaina  thi'iioo cast SO oi.aiiiH, tlniiiiD soutli 80  chui'u thciicu Mtui SI) i'haln������, tu point uf  oi.niiii������noi)ineiit, containing 040 note 11 ore  or lias.  DAVriMlAWMOV MJM'K  NaiiKiof Ai'pliiniit.  l������.-itsil .liini'inh, tuin.  IK Voir WANT  t-rnHl'lUUK FOU THK N'KWS  ONLY ONK inilUliA YKAH  GOOD PRINTING  lilVl- Us A TIU AI  FOR HALK--A liv,* r(������������.i.u������!  liuiiN'on Imlf lot, Km* t'lirtlii-r jiai-  lictilitrs ittinlv ������t this o*H<������*  Full h;M.h---Sinii)������ f'li'inii i-  jrh.ti'.i will >i*:: 1..1 ^.'xi.oo, ,\j,.  |>1 >  Ht lilic ldil'4*. *  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  f?  ty  I*  NOTICE,  NOTICE is heaeby Riven that GO days  afjei' date I intend to apply to the Ho .  Tbe. Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for a license -o prospoot for coal  an^ petroleum under the lands in Nelson  District, and deserib^ ., as follows:  Coininenoitig at. a p ost planted on the tea  beach at the S 23. coruer of Section 2a,  thenoa west aloug the south boundery of  said Seotion 2a, SO chaina, thence uorth 40  chaiar, more or less to the southern boundary of M K Hill's prospecting license,  thenoo east 01 ohaius, more or lesf., to II  W mark on-srn beach, thonce following  al ng n������;a beach I. > die place of o mmouce-  E. A. CAREW GIBSON,  E, Priest, A gen'.  Dated this 23rd day of October, 1910.  "LAND REGISTRY ACT,"  In the matier of an application for a duplicate certificate of title to an undivided % of Lot 233, Comox District  and an undivided,^ of Lot 8,  Block  2, except the east   22   feet   thcieof,  [map 522] Town of Cumberland.  , Notice is hereby   given that it is *ciy  1 tention at the expiration of one month  from   tbe   date of tbe  fisst publication  hereof o issue a duplicate certificate  of  title to above above'linds issued to John  W Hryden on the 20th of July^ 1907, and  numbered 14619c.  Land Kesistiy Office*) S- Y WO OTO N,  Victoria, ll.C.        ,' Registrar-Genera  Noveuibr 2nd, 1010)        of Titles  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -     FOR   SALE  BY     -     -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltft,i  ������  InS  ummer  ���������less food is needed than  in winter. But it is essential  that summer food be palatable  and nutritious. That is why  the best of all summer foods ia  BOVRIL  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vancouver, B������ C.  'COAST LA N:D DISTRICT.  Disiiii't u! Coast, Racge 2.  TAKE   FOTICE  that   Westley  ���������Evert'West ley, <-f Vancouver, B.C  jilasierer, intends to adply for pei  intceion to purchase the ' following  described lands,���������Commencing at t\  porft plintcd abntit 5 miles   nortl  and 2 miles east  of the   southoasi  corner of CL 33">S, thence south 80  chains,   thence  east    80     chains  tbenee north SO chainB, thence wfst  y0 chains, to  \ ont   uf   commence  miint, containing G40 acres morn or  -"less"-���������-        ;        :       "  .WESTLr EVERT WESTLEY.  'Daiod July 27th, 1910.  ' NOTICK,  NOTICE in herohy given that 60 days  ofUr d������td T intend t<>!>ppL c<> the H'in,  The Chief Commissioner of Linds flail  Worka fi r a lieo s-) in pr- sp. e f>ir 0 ���������������  and potrnlenm* uti'ier nml en th- la .da in  J-'ulson Distriot, and deuciihfd uh f,.ll ws:  Ooniniuiiciiif,' at a pout pltmti-d 20 chanm  west*of tho northwest oorner nf S'C i n 1,  thence eust 80 ohmnn, thenco rorth HO  iibiiuB, thonce wi'HtiJOchniuH. thonce ninth  oOoliains, thenco west 30 obains, thenoo  tutith 80'etinina to place of commencement  I*. PKIBST.  Dated this 'i.?.rd iluy.ef October, 1910.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking   any   blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  .lelonging to the Wellington Col-  iery Co'y., or from or off tlio land  of tlie said Company, will lie pros-  edited to tlio full extent of tbe law.  W. I.. COULSON,  General Manacer,  r>     1  Wellington Colliery 0o,y.  NOTICE.  Riding on lucomotives and rail  A'av.-cans of the Union Colliery  Company hy tiny person or persons���������except tain crew���������Li strictly  'prohibited.. Employees Te sub-  ; ec to cismifisiil for allowing sain-  .Hy order  i      ������ w. l; COULSON,.  General Manager.'  '-m**\*-**l*****>*i-\  ^cTktarbell  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast.  TAKE NOTICE that Davidscn-  Ward Co., Ltd., of Vancouver, BC,  lumbermen, intend to apply for per  mission to purchase the .following  described lands:���������Commencing at n  post planted nbout 10 chains north  of a stream on the east side of Copper Reach, Loughborough Inlet,  about 3 miles from Towey Head,  thenetf east 20chains, tlience south  20 ch lins, thence nest 20 chains.  ������o Loughborough Inlet, ihence  north along the shore of Loughborough Inlet about 20 chains to point  of commencement. ar,d containing  40 acres, more or less.  Davidson-Ward Company, Ltd  Frederic L. Ward, Agent.  Dated Seniember 24th, 1910.  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. 13. HOLMES. Agent  or to  CLI. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, 13. C.  ..j,..:   feytt,  ,'   (...- cb*  'ivi-.i;.-j   id  full:  I.       'li.?  'i;.!il,*.a,  tiA'. -������������������  ������!lM\    ���������'  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  And all KITCHEN    UTENSILS*  NOTICE ia hereby 'given that at the  next meeting of the Board of Lioi-use Com.  miubioners for iho City of Cumberland. I  intend to apply for a renewal of the wbok-  nale liquor licensa held hy m������, situated oa  lot C, block 15i Cumberland Townsitj.  CIALI MUSSATTL'.  Dated ibis loth d y uf November, 1010.  i^NOTI������E-ishere!iy-giv������nnhit^trthT1rTrxf  meeting of tbe Board of Lictnao ComniU-  siono s of the City-of Cumberland,! intend to apply for a lvnewal of ibe wholesale liquor li euse held by uk*, situated  ou lot li!, block 7, Cumberland Towusite.  FKANK SCAVAItlX).  Dated this loth day of N tvombor  1010  NOTIOB ia lmrely givdu tlmt on tbo  fliu-i day of Di c liiher nuxr upplicntion will  be made to tho Superintendent of Provincial PoliO'i for Che reiwwul of tho hotel license ti Hill liqiioi'H hy retail ia tho hotel  known na tho VVuodbus Stepping l'luoo'  iniiiii uin Oyntor Hiver, in the province uf  Jbt i-h Columbia,     Annus Woonuu.i,  U-iioJ Ooti.ber 11,  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  ,t}/mm*%mm||*m)mmmm^m^*^  WINTKR SCHEDULE.  Effective on and from tlie 3rd,  proximo, tho following will be the  fall schedule of onr local mail  steamers;���������City of Nanaimo loaves  Nan imo at 7 a. in., on "Wednesdays and Friday's and, tlio Queen  City leaves Nanaimo 10 p. in., on  Mondays. City of Nanaimo leaves Oomox at 7 n. m,, on Thursdays nnd Saturdays. Queen City  let'.vus Comox at 1.15 p.m., ou  Tuesdays.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given tlut an application will be made to the Legislative As  sembly of the p-ovince of British Columbia, at its present session, for an Act to  incorporate a company with power to  build, construct, maintain and operate, a  railway of standard or narrow giiage to  be operated by steam, electricity or oilier  motive power fsr thc purpose of currying  passengers, logs and merchandise, or  either, froin Harky Bay os Port McNeil,  or   some  point between tbem,  or some  NOTIOK in hereby (flv.ni that mi the  fir t d ly nl Dwioiiibor nuxtnppliuittioi*;w ill  bu iniiilo to tbu 8iipoiiiit������nil������nit of Provincial I'ulioo, Viotoria, for u Mmwul of the  li-itei lmoiiHi) to sell liqu m by retail in  i ho linlel lfiiowii an tho Union hotel, hIi-  uato nt Uni.in, B 0,    S4MUW.U. Davis.  I.itis������d the Uth day of October, I'JIO  Best Yeast  fo the Work!  Sold and  Used  EveiTwhere  E. W. Clllolt Co., Ur  Toronto, Ont.  John Johnston,    Prop  NOTIOK ih hmoby  (/iviiii tlmt on tlie  flra day i f Buouinber uvxt npiilloatinu ������ill  bo Hindu l.i to the iSuiH'riiituiideiit of I'ru-  vinuial I'wlloo, Viotoria, for a icmiuwu! of  | tlm hotel boonsu to ������ell litjuiiiri hy lot-iul ���������  iln the hotel kunwn iihtliuUiiiirtuiiiiy hotel,   mo'^jqjj; ']'() THIC I'UllMC.  Ikituiito.i at O iirtgnny, U.C.  John It, Joiinh'io.s  DiKiilOtitnherll, 1010.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every oonvonien'-e forguents.  The Oontial Hotol for Sportsmen  None bm the Best of Wines and Liquors  ������*#*���������&*****������*������*#<**#������������#**  FAIRFIELD  = STORE =  J. JACK,   Prop.  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco,  Vancouver Ice Cream,  tinfinuir Avo.  Cumberland ������  <t ti*  ���������it the Har,  RATES  REASONABLE  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  .NOTICK i������ liuol.y tfivon tlmi on the  limt il ty ot Duooiiilii-r noxt ii|ipiiuiitlnu will  lm Hindi) In llu Hiiporii.ttiniloiit of f'ro-  viiiuiid l'oiiiiu, Vio onu, fi.r it I'Diewal of  lln'li I.) llcoiihO toHoll liijuni'ii hy lotml  ii the ImUd loin*ii iih tlio Kll< liotul, ������itu-  iiind .it Ooal. x, 11.0, John Mahtim. '  i)^tuilOot.ib������i*r,, 1010,  NO I'IU*: i< liureby Kivon thnt on the  li-.t dny ot iJfutiutburuoxt ipplmatinn will  ni inudu tn tbo Miiiiflriiihuidiint. nf Pro-  UMiutl I'uiiun Victoria, fur li rtmuwnl of  mi i.uu i i omit"! t/u MHi^iijiiurn hy re tii'I  ii tbu lintel known ������������������ the MnliiKpinu Hu.  . I, Hi'.ll itul A Ltltlit, H.C.     I'BKII Tllt'UN  DiUud Outobur H.ilUlO.  jsullOIC ih hi'inby /,'ivmi that mi the  Init dny nf Ii������oMiibernfXt ������|i|dUiitln i wdl  m inulii to tbo 8ti|it*rintiimlniitnf Piovlii-  mil I'iIuk Vieteiiii, fur it leanwnt of tlm  iti'l liui*ii������o Ui Hell Iii|in������m by retail in  ho hotol knu������������ii������H tbo Wlllowa tt.iiel ������l -  u!*'i   ������t Cmijiliell !t \.-r. It. C.  THUWN^llANNKK.  D.-ulO.-.UIiut' 11. 1.110.  KOI JOB ia bersliy ������lv������n tlmt on He  Irt*'- tUy of I)i camber neit ������it|)bn*stiii.i * ill  li Bi'de ui tba S i(>������rinti*ii lent if tT'ivii-  (ill !'��������� be*'. VI.t rin, tat 1h������- n-aewnluf tiio  [���������itl liw*-* t������>������ II tii it i r, by i!i������iiti<* t'i������  ��������� 4'1 Uu' wo II* tb������* IVihou hiiul, ������ini������li������l  Ifiilmi Hav. U.C,    biiiv ItunrAMHV, Ju,  Urn-inn built a largo wnroliouaoanil mill  at t'oiirtwnity, 1 will In fu nro koop on  bind ii stock of nil IdnilH of 11 uy, Or.tln,  and I'Vi'd id IowohI nwtrkot niton, A  Hpiuially will lm Hindu nf roller uriiHlii'd  (oud for Inn-Hit* wliliin v ill inulii! n m.vinjf  of ouu thinl In the 004 ot h-od. Orilori  (flvmi tlio toimiHtrr or by phono will bo  promptly Ullari, Thauklnir you for your  pntr nun" iu the puHt mid Huliuiiinu n. uon  Uuu lion nf iim hiiiiio on broader linoi, I  butt io fun."i'i  Viiui-N to cniiiiniiiid,  BYKON CKAWPOiil).  L'XIuX i). 6. CO., oi li.C. Ud  Wialt-mtd Korvleo   botween Viinennvoi',  ���������Niiiii.Ihii), Uuiiiii, Coinox., liy   Llu*  litni*l CJjlli! lllllli tU'ill  H'liHV  Mtomiinr "COWICHAN"  Hailing "M uiider���������  LeavtN V4iio(iuver, Hiilnnliu H p m  Anivoa Xiniiiinn, ^utun'iiy 1'.' \t ni  Arrtvt-rt Ci.ii'tt, Sntiil������*f li it in  Arrived Coinni,   Siunliiy H a m  Itii-.tiriiiiii.':���������  I^avea Comox, *������i;inliiy I |i ni  UhVum Uu^oj Miinliiy f������i������m  Arriv������������ Niuiihno, Sunday H pm  Arrivtm Caiwiiuwr Mmntay 7 ������ ro  t>  i>  I*  it  *>  *t  o  p.  Dialer lu  AM, KINDS OP  Fruit, Candy Cigars  : [Cigarettes & Tobacco. |;  o  o  lloiioia Hlack,  ������':UMI!KRI,ANI>, 11,0.  NOTIOK is bmehy. niveu that at tie  next meeting of tho Wour-l of Liconse  CoinmiBHiono-B of the City ol Cumber.  Inn 1, I intend to apply foi a renewal of  tho wholesale liquor license held by me,  Hiiifited on lot 9, blook 7, Oumberhnd  Towucite,  VICTOR BONORA.  Dated this 15tli day ot November, 1910  NOTIOK in hereby given thnt nt tho  next nv-oling of the Hoard of Lici-mao  Ouiiiniissiouui's of tlin Oitv of Cumberland, I intend tn apply for a renuivul nf tho  wholemilo liquor lioenso bold hy mo, situated on lot 12��������� block (i, Cumberland  Townsite,  JOHN MAKOOOHI  Dated Una 15th day of November, 1010.  NOTICE is horoby givon tlmt nt the  next meeting of tho Board nf Lieoiiae dun  miadouora of tho City of Ctinibiirliiiid, I  intond to niplv for a renewal of tbo lint,  el luenso hold by ino for tho Wavurly  llo-ol, Hituiited uu lot ti, blook Jl, Cumber  Iniul Totvimite,  FUANK DALLOS  IJa'od this loth dny of Novomhor, 11)10  NOTIOK in horoby ������iv(ia tlmt at tho  mxt iiii-t'tliij;nf tho llonril nf Liuim-ioCmn  minHiniHi-H of tho City of Cumberland, wo  intend to apply for u rnuowal i f tlio hotel llcmiHQ hold byua fur tho Vuuiliiini)  ilotol, cituutiiil on lot 5 hliii'li II, ('tinibur-  Innd TniviiNitt>.  WILSON A 11UAMHKHO,  Otit.'d thin 15th day of Novo nb.r, MHO.  NOTICK in Imriii'y k von tnut nt tbu  _ next iiiewlinu   nf   tlm Ltiiiird  nt   Iiii'i-niie  **��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� | Oiminiisiiiiiiom nl' tint Ci y nf Cuiubi-r-  Innd, I intenl to upiily lur ii  i-i'iinwal of th" hoUl iicnii) brld by lue  fiirthn NuwKnjflinid Itotiil, hitiinti-il nn  ttm niii.1, half of Iii.'), in lili.rl: ll, CuiiiIht-  land lVwiHite.  .IAMKS WAI/I'ttH.  I Jul ml (IiIh I Tub dny of Nov itjilic,, IfUO.  oriieTt'onT-enienTpoint liear thereto, on  the east coast of Vancouver Island to  Coal Harbor, on the west arm of Quatsino  Sound, or to some point on Rupert Arm,  Quatsino Sound, or to ;i convenient point  on Quatsino Sound, K-ipert District, Van  eouver island, province of British Colutn  bia; with power to construct, acquire, own  and maintain, wharves and Jocks in connection therewith: and to construct, acquire, own. charter, equip and maintain,  steam and other vessels and boats, and  to operate the same on any navigable  waters; and with all powers (,-iven by the  "Model Railway Hill;" unci wiih such  other powersand privileges usual or incidental to all or any ol the 'afores lid purposes*  HARNARD & ROtSERT.SON,  Solicitors for tbe Applicinis.  Dnted ibis ist day of November, iojoJ  i!  oto  JOHN McLEODS  POR KlliST-'U AHS  CANDY. KUUITH,  CJHJAIW i. TOBACCOS  FOK SALENS iiiilcli cowu, nil  ttiburculesia teste I, (iovorninoiit  yearly records of uivoli covv given,  aUo 2 colts wild 1 uged mnre, one  colt partly broken.  UA VS1DE. IOiirtor'8 Rmicli]  Ciiion liny Koaii.  " l^Vw^Uri^NTnJl STR I ClT"  District of Const.  TAKE NOTICK ihnt D.ividson-W.nd  Company, Ltd,, of Vancouver, ll.C, occupation lumbermen, intends tn apply Tor  permission to lease ibe fnjlowiui; described lands:���������Cnniinenciii|,' at n post  pbiiited at a point mi Timber Limit No,  30610 nn the east side of Copper Retch,  Lntinlihornujjii Inlet about 10 chains  norih of 11 stream on tho said e.ist side of  nf snid Copper Reach and ' cluiin easier  ly from the shore line of Cnppar Reach;  thence tiust so chain-,, llicine south m  chains; thcti'.e cast m chains mme i r  less to .1 point 66 feet east ol the shore  Ini'- of s;iid Crppcr Reach j theine north  eily so chains, but pn.'illel 10 the shore  line of I oii;;IiIioiihiJi Inlet, to :1m point  ol coiitiiieucciitunt, and eoiitainin^ 40  acres inure or less, iiicludin^ all tlie fure  slioii-, tide hinds and l.itids envcrt'd by  wiuer within the hmiiidainjn (lieieuf.  ALFHKD JOHNSON,  AKeiitf'ir lJ.iviil-.iii'.AV,ird Co., L'd,  I).itcd October 181I1 1910,  WAT"   ���������   ' ;"  NOTICF   ���������  applJC������.:tor. .,..., i-i .....n-.-i. 1  V. di !..'iii -".Vn;.; ;U-t, i.;i'  tlltu il -.ii'-.-:; ���������!- 1': ���������.-���������... ;-��������� .// :;.*l  '..oaat D1.-1    :���������'.  '.'  (a.)  The  .i!-.*ne  'A.  ,'>.)iri?"*.ri.V   ;r;  l-li'vi   t-t'f. ���������'.���������.'.i-.   (.".!.1. --y,ry,. ;,n-m, a.  hi-iil 1 lllco > ������������������.sic vc   Iii it.  Tbeotpit^!, lies ilivijt-.i, 1,  capit.il tiiOu.iiou d.\ iiwd i  Of$IOOeV*h        $��������� 0 I (Kit)  '!������.:' 110.  (If for imciujsr puip*,i>:--.j F**���������>������������������ ^-���������'���������.:-  cr's Ccrti wato So   (b.) The narno rf 'il:/, i.tre, ur  Boureo (if umiameni, the desci-i,,i,: 9  i������) No nunc. StriMiu ridng iu k v. .a  the cast aide n'C'.ipiivr l.cicl, Lo ..A- *.o  Inlet, about ten mil* a northeast oi " ���������-���������*��������� **/  '.lend and ton miles from tho mouth of  Applo liver.  (c.) The point of diversion: At a  bout ooti-nnif mil* from n Outh nf   H*ir.������*in,  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feot por second):  Four c-u hie leet.  (e.) Tbe character of tbe proposed  work.: 550 fed uf flume, 1000 feet of ditch  and 2000 feut of p po.  (f.) The premises on wMcb the water is to be used (deacribe same): On  the following l.miis: Co iimencinj; at *  point about 10 chums uorth of a streim on  tbe east bide o' Cnppar Reach, Lougbboro  Inlet aod about 3 miles northeast of Towry  ffeud, thrtica out 20 obaiu*; ibeaca wet  20 chaius to shore of Inlet; thonce nor*h  20oh������ia������ slon^sboro of Inlet to point of  commenoemei t. and contiiiuiujj about 10  acres more or leea.  (g.) The purposes on which the water is to be used: Power for Baw aud ������,hih-  glemill.  (h.) If for Irrigation describe the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage. ..*   (i.) If the water is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place where the water is to be  returned to Bomo natural channel,,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return. Tbe water,is returnsd into L������ugh-  borcugh Inlet where the stream eidfr tho  Jbabif_Difl^W(^in-*l.titiide-irfjwb^iU-f*f  (j.) Area ol Crown land intended to  be occupied by tho proposed works:  40 iieres.  (k.) This notice was posted on the  twelfth di) of Noto.iibar, HIIO, a.d *ppl -  cutiou will be innde un tne lif'iiteenth <;ay  ofDeoomher, UUU, to tb** oommiaaiouer.  (1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licenses who or whose lands are likely  to be .affected by tbo proposed works,  eithejr above or below the outlet:  Thu Davi'Uou-VVml i'omp.itiy, L.d ,   own  all tho Timber Lie mses in thu vicinity..,  Tdere aro not any agricultural land" m the  neighborhood avid no lands atf-'ctcd by the  I������rop(i������eil works.   ,.  Attach    copy of such parts of tbo  Oompnny'a mcmoranr1i:rn of association as authorize tho proponed application and worka.  (Signature)   F.L. iVARD,  Aitflit for Unvi.lm.vi-\Va: 1! t"������������������ ��������� ' f���������',  (P.O, nddreBB)   1211 Don inion Ti -.*���������' Hidt.,  ^'uncorv.ir, R. ��������� :.���������  "^T!"!: :, :.,,.'���������. h ,,,,,1   ���������(,  u���������  nivt 1, ���������, .���������*���������*.,������ ��������������� \\.,  \t.,,,,.\ ,t j;,. r   iniHsioiiiirM in thu City of C11.1 .hi-i'lftiid, J  ml clnl tn n pp y fni a I'lin-witl 11' thti bii  nl lu'i'iiHo Iml'l by nm fnr the Ciinilinrliind  llottl, Htimt. d milo. 1, lilunk H, (iiiii 11-  1,md Tin 1.'.Hi.  VICTORIA LAND DISThMfT  NOTICK i������ hiiruby nivmi ihnt on thc tmt  d.iy nf |li:rrinliir lii-Kt Bppliuutiiin will lm  inmli. fn thn S ipuHntcnilcnt ol IVnviiiiiitl  I'iiIkm. VieiorU, fr,r the r<*a������wul of tlm hotel lien no to mil I'lptnm by retail in llm  hmel known ������������th������ Port Anmnti h<itnl. dt  uatfd at ('inn>n, U.C J. IS lloi.Mi.,(.  Matndilctnbi'r ll. )������lf).  NOTICK it l.ifeby fivrn th*t������n ihedrft  day ol U uomIn 1 nut ������pplii;������liiiu will U  mtili- t*i 'hi! Miipirintcndiiit of IViivlnniiil  I'ulu-u, Vivimu, Ut 'lie r*n������i������-������l ut the tm-  ^h(*r Invei IVion fur rinul/.'dan t tv \ f-*-l l'������n* *���������> eA.l Ihjwu U> mud m in*  mty Sunday nmrtiinji im arrival ot ��������� COW. j bout known ������������������ tb������ L-iiat hotel, titaatrd ������t  ICHAN;" nml leiwra Cumu.il������r.d IliiUd jfi.H.'.n, It 1' : l Cum..  ���������t I pm, contiMliiiK wltb ������t������*iii tt ' l)*t'-d '������'*������������������ '*w l|. IflMi.  Uaioa. j" *���������"*  " '  "  "  i>..i iii. 1 01 .*-���������������!>*w.irit.  TAKK NOTICK ilo: the Nor li I'aci-  i;< I.ui.ibci C'oiiiji.iiiy, Liiiuleil, uf ll.iinel,  U.C , 01 ciipiiiiuii  lumber inamiUr.tiirery,  inieiid, in applv fur pf-riios"*!!'   ii  Vi-f*  Ull*    lullouilljj    ilcsi Illicit     Itll'Ci.llnIC    (III  WILLIAM MBUIIIKIKLD.  I CniMp'jt-ll Riv������*r, fmimeiiriii}; at ������ post  p'.inied ,it the innthiMsl cotniri* ol lot 6y,  IheiiC .il'Hii; slinic- line 'll an e,*i������t������*rly 1I1-  ii-ition fur iiiiuiu .*.: 1 hams tc ,1 small  cl.iid sit'������n on the pl.iii,  ilii'iic snulti-  i.���������l ILI..!.*, V.B t,m, f,���������- UiemminlA tli.*.,"v '""*"'������ ������������'������' -"���������������������-��������� ���������:'*<��������� ol "'! <���������/< ���������"'  |���������.i. I liocn.o to mil liqiiom bv r������Uil m tl..-' *' ���������' ,1",ti,," " "f J,l,r" '' h " ' ,l,,"'r!"  I'I  1 p'lllt i!|ipn-.,U������ tbf*   l.i.t.lif 1 '    . i.llicr  11 it..11 in 1,'itliiliiy uf iVuvi-mW, HMD.  Nt TICK ii hereby given taut on tbii  tl-Ht dny nf I1.1C1 u.bur in xt applnuti* 11 will  bit Hindi! lo ilia .Su^orinUuiloit uf I'ioviii-  KxtrBotfroro tho mkmiih t.snn'. *������������������? .-���������:-'- ���������  ATIU.N OB   TII.'.    ^.U'UWU.'i-^, .Ui''  1'ANV, LIMITRIi.  A Company dulv incorpor-ittc inder   ,ie  Companies Act, 1897, ami amending  Acts, and  under tho Water Claiues Consolidaiion  Act, 1897 and amending Acts,  OIIJIXTS OK TIIK COMPANY,  (li) The acquisition by pi'ixh.ise ami re  cord of water and water power of receded or unrecorded wnter or water iiriviiej;-  cs for and the application of such witter  and water power for all or any ol the fnl-  Io-a-Idk purposes:    For rencferin-t such  water and water power available for use,  application and dmtiiibtuion by mectini;  Jams, intreasiiiK the head ot   water  in  any exisiing body of water, or extending  the area ibereof, diverting the  waters of  any stream, pond or lake into any other  channel or channels,, laying or erfictutjf  iny line nf flume, pipe or ivmr, construct-  in^ ;������ny raceway, reset voir or aqueduct,  weir, wheel, Imildinus or otlur Elections  el wotk which may b������ requited in coniif-c  turn wllh llm improvement and itacnf the  said v-iiter and wmtr power, or by alter-  itiK. renewing, cxicndir;;, imp'ovmi;   r������-  pairing or inaintaii.irK   .inch   work* vr  inarhini'iy or anv pail. Ibeicol".  i'i) The |i������i- ol'.! flier ������t *.v.,lti power  fin milling, ni,inulaiiiiiiii):, mditstiial and  nu'clianicnl inn piis's, awl in particular  fm- in.iniif.i'���������itiini^; ".I'liil p.,'p anu i ,p������i,  (d) To use water and w.xi^r po.������er  for produi in^j any (nun of power and lor  producing and )���������< nrnuiiij,' irfectncity for  the purpose ol li,;hl, heal 01 *,i,,y of *.uc||  pm poses.  (el Cnnslrtictin,-. oprratini;1 ������nrl main  IKiniiifj elt-i uie works,, puvei houses, yen  ei'i,iiiii������ plant, nnd viir'ii ^.������.u. i.v'���������,,....  ami cniHeBiences ������������ am necussaiy or pro  ,.. .'-., ,,i y , ,; no ..,*., iii-.tj ni ,,i,y v'n'-r  mim nf ,,'��������� vrlnped po it, ami fm 11,uu-  mitlii'K tin* s.'iine 10 he used by flu* Oan  pail) nr by nuf>on:. i>r ��������� .irporaiior.s con-  ttiicii'itf wiih the Ciiiiipnn ibrrclut, is ������  inoini* ptiwci lur all   iln-   pii'prni-.   (nr  ,', 1,1.1, ��������� ,1 i 1  j.m.i 1, i-ici ii ir it)   or  elecun power dtnud from water maybe  applii-d, usednr mipnicil,  An Ad in the   Nkws  pars,    Trv it.  lill'lU'll im tl,,.  ��������� "ii liotul, mliinii-l  nt bmon Hay, H,{!.       F1usr.11 \ \',t*.n���������i-.  MlTHK in bfte'y -inmi tb t on tin  lirntiiiyul iH-iMinber o������:it ������ppt <*������tl. u wci  be ii,*!ie to tlw Nnparlntnmlaiit nt I'ri.vm*-'***!  I'.iiin, V icf.rii, fnr ttif* rnuowal of tl������! h'������  ul bean*** w������ wil liqimm by muil in ib  hoi������*l linewnt^th.) ttivef.uln h������vl, ������itii������ ���������  u <������������������ srte������������y, H,C O. II. I-'h'mux  li t<ilUi.tAWt II, S'.ijii.  ill In' (ii, to^nthor wiih iln*   in-, inii-ii-u  In fiOen mile ll li'l.ii^  |ni*   i.-aili-i'V   pul  Ijii'K bt-ti"-f.ti   h'* i**.|,u* t ,������-.,���������!   (! 1   i.m.ii  1.ind ol mul lol 1*7 a*, vti-.w ���������. i' .   <������*���������    *''.���������������  oi in aiiathid betfn In, *  ���������.ih llie n.������si^.iiuin of h������* ,",<-���������  I ut Vm 11 I'i. 11 ti   is  ,-i * . '  ,\l     M.S|>I I. ���������   II Ml I      ������������������.,   V   U.J  U.lltii ;jtb Ot'ulM-i, lyln.  t-|i  l Mif !��������� hick " ,' "' :x..., r..-, ..iti,  of V'������ umi nr. a nupili'in, iiirptnlei) ".���������  tbiiiU to ������p|ilv tnr |friii!������.|.in 1.. pu th(.<i  thi f.'ilo.!n n l'������iiit������il I*,..*.; ��������� <'i������tnimiiu>  ,.i,i ui n ;. ���������������' p!,i ai il *������ 'In-nnflli r- t. ���������,,,  i.<t i.i \'������i. I, thr". '��������� 'jiCVi'i b  .  ���������������������   S'l . (Mil,-.      till'    ������������������>  i,  in-'- *������.������t nl nil-ll)-,  ���������1, 111 i in,   cli .1.1 in,;  ;*��������������� t< 11:.,  i  l)....ii.:.il/,l,, Ull (J.  ,  lllilllll  ������    o<    "''    .' '. .1*.  1    pttlfl*    1.'    fi|.||.!l..  I.I 1    ��������� ���������������    ,  .... li . .  ." V    .     lit  I 4>i������������ Ul .%iiyit������w  I THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Literal |
"Everything about Mrs.    Millyuns' j
houso is in such good taste." J
"Especially the  dinners." ���
A ir.au never'knows what be can ilo'
until lie tries.    But it, isn't always expedient  to try.
"What is vour objection to the prizefight-'"
"Too  niueli
prize,  and  not enough j
A Suggestion
Longly���I   wish   I   wasn't, so bl lined
thin, biit I've tri^d all sorts of things;
��� even  patent medicines.
Miss Willy (anxious)--Hi*.;
try a good dinner?
you over.
Canada during l!!08 sent
Kingdom l,451.6l>3   hu
apples.  .,
For making SOAP, toft-
ening water, remo-dngold
paint, disinfecting sinks,
closets and drain* and
for many other purposes.
A can equals 20 lbs. Sal j$|
Soda. Useful for five
hundred purposes.
Jo/d EVeryWhtr*
E. W. Gillelt Co., Lid.
Toronto, Onl.
MADE    ir^l
Died witk
Mre. M. C. Maitland, of Jasper,,
Ont., tells in the following letter of
her child's remarkable cure by the
Cuticura Remedies:
"When my boy was about three months
old lies head broke out with a rash which
was very itchy and ran a watery fluid. We
tried everything wc could but he got worse
ali the time, tililt spread to his arms, less,
and then to his entire body. He pot so
bad that he came near dying. The rash
would itch so that he would ..scratch till
the blood ran and a thin yellowish stuff
would be all over his pillow in the morning. I had to put mittens on his hands to
prevent him tearinp his skin. He was almost a skeleton and his little hands were
thin like claws.       n
"He was bad about eight months when
���we tried Cuticura Remedies. 1 had not
laid.him down in his cradle in the. daytime for a long while. 1 washed him witli
Cuticura Soap and put on one application
of Cuticura Ointment and he was so
soothed that he could sleep. You don't
know how glad 1 was he felt better. It
took one box of Cuticura Ointment and
pretty near one cake of Cuticura Soap to
cure him. 1 think our boy would have
died but forjhe Cuticura Remedies and I
He was cured more than twenty years aro
and there haa been no return of the
(Signed) Mas. M. C. Maituanh,
Jasper, Ont.
No more convincing proof of the efli- I
cacy ami economy of the Cuticura Remedies could be given. As in this instance,
a single cake of Cuticura Soap and box ot
Cuticura Ointment are often sufficient,
Sold throughout the world. Potter Drug
A Cliem. Corp., Sole Props., Boston,
U. 8. A. Send for free Cuticura Booklet
oa skin and scalp diseases.
Fight of a Tiger and a Crocodile With
Native For a Spectator.
! It is said Vhat the most common
i form of duel between animals is that
i afforded by the instance of two stags,
j which, while lighting, interlocked
j tlieir antlers so tenaciously that they ;
! could not 'separate them, and so
j starved to death.
!     One of tho most interesting of ant-
, mid  duels was  tbat told  of  a  swan
| and .i pike, which occurred in a body
j of   -water    situated    on   an   English
I estate.    A laboring man, wbo passed
i this pond every morning on his way
| to   work,  observed  a  swan   with  its
, head  under  water.    The next morning the bird wns in exactly tbe same
I place and  position.    Still,  that   was
i not  remarkable,  however,    when    be
saw that the swan  was in precisely
the same position, he culled the attention  of   the   keeper   to   it.    The
keeper  found   that   the swan's   head
had been swallowed by a large pike.
Koth were dead.
In India a native went to bathe
in a ravine. He was in the water
up to his neck when a tiger on the
hill above gave a leap toward its
prey. But the tiger hud not calculated that, since bis victim was much
lower than himself, a leap of the
right strength for a horizontal range
would carry him far beyond bis
mark; consequently he fell' some ten
feet on the other side.
Now it happened that a hungry
crocodile wus at the same time drawing a bee line under water toward
the native. When the crocodile bnd
almost come upon his prey, be beard
a splash just in front, and made a
dash bringing his enormous jaws
down  on  the  tiger's  paw.
The bather nearly fainted with
fright when he snw the tiger fall into
the water, and for a few moments be
could not understand why the creature did not devour him. Why did
he persist in keeping one of his paws
under water beating savagely with
And the water turned
.,   .       , i -     *     Then   all   at  once  the  assaults   of
said a newspaperman's son,! tress  that  only  women  and  growing; th    t b {u -        and
1  know why editors call themselves j girls'know,    lliey    strengthen    every
A New Song Bird
A new kind of song thrush made its
appearance in  England  recently, sail
Distance  Lends  Enchantment
Tourist���See  yon  rugged   rock  that
England recently, said | j_uts"out to the rolling"deep,
lecturing at tbe Hoyal I    ��� .. ��� ,      ' . .   ,,       m,   ,,
society's   exhibition   nt      Cottager-Hugged nothin !   ���  That *
east.    It bus been sue- I mv   wlfl>  "lUm    out  there  taklu
from  the  States, j SU1* bat1'*
as  the  American
! \Y,> J>iekerton
j Photographic
ioA   fall  -Mall
; eessfully  introduced
where  it  is  known
robin.     Its song, which has been frequently heard in Surrey this summer,
has been interpreted  us "kill or cure
; them,  give  them   physic."    It  makes
i the seventh species of thrush known
j in this country and the fifth    which
nests here.���From the London Morning Post.
Dysentery corrodes tlie intestines
and .speedily eats away the lining,
bringing about dangerous conditions
that may cause death. Dr. J. D.
Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial clears
the intestinal canals of the germs tbat
cause the inflammation, and by protecting the lining from further ravages restores them to healthy condition. Those subject to dysentery
should not be without this simple yet
powerful remedy.
A Critical Period When Dr.
Williams' PinK Pills are
a Real Blessing.
Dr.  Williams'  Pink  Pills arc absolutely the finest medicine that ever a
woman took.    At special    periods    a
woman needs a medicine to regulate
i her biood supply or her life will be a
, round of pain and suffering.   It is at
such  times  that  Dr.  Williams'   Pink
P.llsi are worth their weight in gold j .^^u^
I for they make new,  rich  blood,  that;
banish   the   secret  symptoms   of  dis-';
Vs the
we.  *
reads the article will think
too many for him to tackle:"
'man that
there are
Minard's    Liniment   Cures    Dandruff.
She���"Do you have  any trouble
trying to liyeup to your ideals?" '*-'
He-Tes, r(loT"mjndeal"is a man
who pays his bills."
vital organ for its special task, and I
bring rosy cheeks and shapely forms"
that tell of womanly health and hap-!
piness. Mrs. Richani hobb, Red!
Deer, Alta., says: "'At that critical:
period in  my    life
If one be troubled  with  corns and
warts,  he  will    find    in    Holloway's
! Corn   Cure   an   application   that   will
entirely relieve suffering.
THIS   ilOt .UP
������"������������' > v.\l!rj->^*Vi��.'<
I'l'tHtA    ,* "*���.-., ,   - sj4}n\U
"Dili -ou have a good seat at the
"1 should sny I di'! During the
performance T sold 40 bushels of pote-
toes to the man sitting next to me!"
8/iikh's Cure
naiekly stops coughs, cures colds, henls
lne   thront und  lungs. ���   .   .  -J5 cents.
The Morning After
Mr, Park���"Lust night I dri'iuned
tlurt I" proposed to you."
Miss Gruinorey���"flow much more
sensible you are asleep Umn nwiike!"
���From Judge's Library.
Why They Howl
A,���When I was in the East 1 met
with ninny begging dervishes.
It,���1 thought, they called them
howling dervishes.,
A.���-Tint's whnt they become when
you don't give tluin anything.
We toll
trial    If
PPIs That Have Benefited Thou-
sands.���Known fur nml near as n sure
remedy in the treatment of iniliges-
tion nnd all derangements of the stoin-
iich, liver nnd kidneys, I'nrnielee's
Vegetable Pills have brought relief to
thousands when oilier siiooilies have
failed, Innumerable testimonials enn
be produced to establish the truth of
this iixsertion, Once tried they will
be found superior to nil otber pills
hi thi'i treatment of ailments for whioh
they are prescribed.
known as the:
change 1 suffered so much i that I
hardly hoped to pull through. I doc-
any relief, and I grew so weak that
1 coukl hardly wr.lk about, and it
was impossible for me to do my
housework. Only women who have
suffered similarly can tell how much
I .endured���the constant misery, the
dragged out feeling and the terrible
backaches that beset mc. No woman
could have been in a more wretched when
condition than 1 was nt this time,
and it was then that my attention
was directed to Dr. Wihiunis' Pink
Pills. .1 got a half dozen boxes and
before they were, all gone there was
n good iinprovenunt ii my condition, Then I got six more boxes and
before I had used them all 1 felt like
it new wo ninn and wus e-ijoying better health than 1 had done for years.
Not only have Dr, Williams' Pink
Pills proved a blessing to me, but
they also worked ii grent, change in
the case of my daughter, who was
in n very miserable condition after
childbirth. I know nl-o of two
young girls .whom I believe would
have been in their graves now but
for the use of Dr, 'Williams' Pink
Pills, Cnnsjdcrng what they have
done for me nnd what T have seen'
them do for others, I am justified in
my enthusiasm for this medi/dno and
I never lose an opportunity to re.
commend it."
Sold by all nicilie-tv dealers or by
until nt 50 cents n box or siv boxes
for $2fi0 from    The    Dr
Medicine Co,, Brockville,
his growls developed into roars. The
huge tail of a crocodile reared up out
of the water. Tbo obvious intention
was to pull the tiger under water
and drown him and the tiger understanding this purpose, tried to frustrate it by beating the snout of the
crocodile with his other paw. But
.tha-snout^.was~too_fat_do.wja,_and tin.
left much of his force on the surface
of the wuter. His struggles became
more and more feeble and at length
he disappeared altogether, only n
cluster o| bubbles remaining to show
where he bud been.
His light, however, had been a
game one, not entirely in vain; for,
the bodies of the two beasts
finally came to the surface, it was
seen that the tiger had literally torn
away the whole front of the crocodile's fuce and had blinded it so that
its victory wus a useless one.
IF you are
suffering From any Form
oFskin disease or injury, read this!
Mr. Arthur Fairbank, of 647 Lansdcwno
Ave., Toronto, is the speaker,and he says:
"A bad eruption on my forehead quickly
spread until it covered my scalp with loul and
painful sores. I went to a doctor, who treated
me for it. Still the sores spread until almost
the whole of my head was affected. As the doctor's
treatment did me very little good, I left it off and tried
various home remedies. I also tried taking various
aperient medicines to try to cure the outbreak through
^ the blood. Still it was in vain 1
" Then I tried blood mixtures, but not one of them did me
any good. I was by that time in a shocking condition, and as
a last resource I went to a skin specialist. He treated me for
a period and it cost me over $50, but the sores got no better.
Tney would itch and burn at times until I was nearly mad, I
must have spent over $100 on useless remedies, when one
day a friend asked me why I had not tried Zam-Buk, and gave
me a little, That little bit of Zam-Buk did me more good than all the long
treatment I had had from docton and spe-ialisti. I immediately rent for a
supply of tha balm and started right in to give it a proper trial. Very noon I began
to sea and feel a great difference in the sores, and I knew that at last I had got
something that would cure me. Zam-Buk cured me at a trifling coat. If I had
got it at first it would have saved me dollars, and hours and hours of pain." ���
Buk ii a sure ours. Itslsoheslaold wounds, cut*, burns limine*, aold sores, chips, nnd cures piles.
All druggists uid stores st 60c. box, or Zun-Buk Co., Toronto, (or price. Ketuue substitutes snd
"every home needs
Story of a Royal Residence.
It is not generally known that Kin;;
George almost purchased a residence
in the North of Ireland a few year*
ago, and the true story why hu did
not do so has never previously beeu
told. The residence in question wh^
one that particularly appealed to him.
The estate was extensive and possess
ed excellent lislung and shoutum*
rights, while the scenery in.the neighborhood* was among tho most pietur
esquo it would bo possible to imagine
JJolli tho Prince nnd Princess ol
Wales (as tlieir Majesties then were)
fell in love with tne place, and negotiations for its purchase were well advanced when tue matter came to tbo
ears of the leaders of the Irish party.
A protest was at once entered witli
tho Prime Minister of tho day, and a
Tbat Puzzled Ma, Too! |
A teacher Was one day instiucting|
her pupiis in  the    mysteries of ety-
niulogy, When   she   hud   occasion   to
question a boy pupil with reference to
tne word "recuperate."
"As nn example," said the teacher,
"we will take the case of your father,
He is a hard-working man."
"Yi's'tn," assented Charley.
"And when night comes he returns
home tired and worn out, doesn't he?"
"Yes'in," in further assent from
"Then," continued the teacher, "it
being night, his work being over, and
he being tired, what does he do?"
"That's what nm wants to know,"
said Charley.
Book Your Rail Passage Via
The  only
Double   Truck,
Niagara Falls
Uouto  via
WillimW   ��'u *'������"�� """���-" �� ������. �� ' ' ���.       ���   T1.U'!ir l8,1,,,V'1' :\"K- 2(j- 1003'
Ont ' ,s,*BP*hcl"*t hint was given that if the  Minimi's Limimnt Co., Limited.
Doctor���"What can I d.> for you?"
Patient���"! havo cut mv index finger,"
Doctor���"Very sorry. Bui T am n
"I'l'i-inlist on the middle finger,"���
Kliegende lllnlter,
... Iii-iuiiifiil nuk raliini'l. with lamest
sound Iim lntoMt nlum I rutin noii-nllllii I ono
arm nnd n-volvlnif hum, eimiitly as
shown. Nn ers'ie, sntnil or nililier lulling
ri<(|iilriii|, Ho Ktmple, No Attachment*.
1'tay* all tn.iKi'x mil Mt.ee A ill no t*i-i-i��r.ln.
Thn iIIho Htyli* reign* supromp.
fri'Rlii pnld, liu-liid.
I'*.'!   16   In run  mi|i*i*.
lion*     (B     ilonliln
ilim-H) of your una
I.n.-l your ,'ti'i-*,li'>,i�� li fiihji* I'f.'t o[
irus win niiiniif'ieiiir.'.l in (ireeiioek,
llll   ilicfi ll-..  of  M'j.llll",11111) feet,
I    Iluiurnriiins   in   the   l'nil.-i|   Slates
. send   Illicit     $5fl,0l)ll,(��Vl    iiniiinlly     to
friends und relatives ill Kiu'ope.
PAY $6.60  DOWN
$4 Monthly
Our priii-s nn- Inner than other li..ii!-i**..
When luivlmi Irom us yon iln not. pny
lm !�����!nimuiml iidvcrllniiitt, nor do ��*
IhiiiI yuu Mi'i'iillil-llitllil, 'tilnil over" unmln.
Kiimv '-'lyim-iiis. Irion �����!,!���.! miuithlv .Nn
(VO.ll, Itotnrn It not im repremiiili-il i..ii|
iniuiev r.-f ti iv licit. Hiill-tfiitlou uuiiriiiiloed.
A utriiiifht liimlnem oB'i-r, im laystwi-luin
phllniitliropin ft I
lli-ie art- mmi> of our Hperlalu;
Columbia 10 Inch Doubls Dlies (2 illfTwnt
��� nliieflnflia Mr new vi>1vr>! fliiiali til sttv
"ilie-liiii*, Iml lor ever, ,M| ihiikoiikim,
Uiiir Oenri'e T.nnhwnnil funnier tluin
I,mnur. I iii por uu liiitmti ri.'iiuiin now
Qslrt   MooI-IikI   Oyllndsr   nsr.nrdt,   Rillsnn
Hell mid folnmhts, now, i%* , mrte *V.
Cfttumbln Inrtstlrucllhls Oyllndsr nscerds, .
Mr.,   liennMfiil    lone,   eniiliol    hreak,   Ht
anv innehitie. MnllinR i-hnrtm te en. otilir
t'i-.,,r   Nii. it,   flvl'O'W   fli-rnriH,   Vlr
\..i, ,���>!,,,,, ,",. t.| | ,,! ' iln, ��   '|i|! Ull ft   ������ �����
nnords. m<i��t wonderful Invent lon, lie,
Ertl��no dem Mhnnnsrsph ami 12 Heleeliolis.
Ill do     llmnil  nev .
ErtWoo   Firmiri*,   wllh   sin   Pennine   imM
moulded iwn mir-ute nn.t nl* four min-
nii* reelnl��, *u io
Victor    Oltr.    (ii'iiinni,linns,    with    slsleen
lurun    M-lei-nnni,    tJl lo    nml    npm-prd*.
Her-ond hnnd ;..m bines nl l.iimnln priees,
OM    tnii'hiiif*    liiken    In    trnde      fnrti
mylei. tniiiitii'  neiiuiii^.    ;',i,iiii rii..|.|��;
40 slvl��!�� of piano*.
Our    PIbhh    **Wf!��l<i    liti nn    nn^    *,v,<t lilt
Minard's Llnlmont for snle overywhar* j
Sum Thing j
llrnwii .loinwy, nl I mnn, what in;
lh.* wni'M iiiulii'.i ymi want l*i run for'
iiiiiynr mi much? '
.bun ,-   oli,  ymi  t ,   Ilruvvii,   1   juxt ;
v-iml    iny    hlinily    history    limited    il|i,
and I tholiuht llml lo tie) on tin* ticki'tj
wmiM In. tin- i|llieki*.,t  wny     Puek.        '
A Pill Thnt Is Prlzod.���There hnve
been mimy pills put. upon the market
'!nd prii��vei| upon | ulilie I'ttetitiiin,
but none has endured so lontt or met
with sn much favor as Piirnielee's
Vitfi'tllble Pills, W'iili-spreinl use of
tliein  bus nttevti'd  their -.'rent  value,
ntul  tbey  n 1  no  fti'thcr iidverlis".
uii'iil then Ibis, lli'vinu llrinly ediib-
li-dieil theiiiMelvix in jnihlie esteem,
tliey now rank without a m-cr in the
list   nf   MiiiiiIiiiiI   vi'Ki'lnble   prepnni-
"Hnve you rend Ilivers' n*w
"V-is,    It linn im ri..iit in H,
"(If course not,    Why, mini
in a vi'iii'tiiriiiii,"
It Ivors
Ileir-Appiircut took up his residence in
Ireland mutters would be made pretty
awkward for tne Government in tho
House of Commons, Tho Premier
waa consequently in something of i
dilimunu, nod sought uu audience of
tne lute King.
King Kuwiinl listened to what hi*
chief pulitical adviser had to say, and
thou consulted  the Prince of Wales
and pointed out tho objections tli,it
luul  been raided,   and   tin*   awkward '
jiositioii in wnich tbo viceroy worn I j
uo  placed every  time tho prince or j
prince.*-.-*  appealed  in  Dublin.    King
I'ldward furuier added reanoint ot his
own for opposing tliis plan chieliy ou
account oi tne iiUtimcu from Loudon
that his heir would Imi when residing
upon  his  Irish  estate.    HU  present
iviitjusty nt length ugrood to forego hu
project,  ami  tu accept  Frouiuoro mn
inn country home,
Dear Sirs,���Your traveller is hore
to-day and we arc ni'it.nu a law*
quantity of your MINAKD'S 1.1NI -
.Ul-INT. We llml it tin* best liniment'
on the nii.rkct nuikiim no excepllon. |
\S'i�� have been in budness l.'l years,
und huve bundled nil kinds, but have
dropped tbem all but yours, tbnt
sells itself; the others have to be
pushed to Uet  rid  of.
3   Through Trains   *)
Dally ��3
Scenic   Route;    Smooth    Roadbed;
���hnployei'H nnd  Special  Atten-
I tion (fiven Steamship Pi.ssenners,
We  represent  all  Sieaiuship  LIhob
and Cook's Tours,
|   All    information   cheerfully   Riven,
! reservations made imd tickets issued.
A, E, DUFF, General Agent Passenger
j Department.
; Phono 70IM, 200 Portii���� Ave,, Winnipeg
The   .
iniiv  In
xtreiuc�� of ("iiiperaiure oil the
ure siieh thai while the day
oppressively hot,  at  niuht it
Vour Dr.iRRlit Will Tell You
Minim* Hye    Ib-tiu'dy    relieves    8urc
Kyi'M,      flrntmthnrui      Weak      Kyes
Doesn't  Siiuirt,  Sijuthc*
and  sells  for 5nr*.      Try
Your  Kyi'**   nnd   in   Unby'n   Kyes  for
Scaly Kyeliils and ilrniiiiliition, 1
vi'tks mi
0.-��:ir.    My  le.y
ii rniieh.    llii till
ei   ClU-i
of I
" Veh ,|i,t |iu innl Iiiii.-
I'.nel vorks III ll i*.11 Iiuui.
'���ill.*  n|  diT  rolling  -.luck,     i
'   line!
��S   III* i
i   is   llll
(H'Ml't   It
now in
who he
.,.   . ,' , ii
i* ���
I li IV
Country  lloctnr* "Well,
���A    hu-   en-l|ie   f.-vi-r
"nii-   i nun ii   line i lie ., ���
Unit  cun   In-,
iii-ver  liiiiiu
s, ymir
Far Too Official,
Durinu it ]Kirtion uf thu South African  war,  Isud  kitchener had as uu
orderly a young scion of u noble house
who  nud   joined   the  Imperial   Yeomanry  as a  trooper.   He could  not
quite uinlerMitiid that he was not on
V.ye.    Pain, i terms   <d   perfect   equality   with   thu
Murine in \ iiiuiiiIxts of the staff, and having been
suitiiiioiied ono morning to carry de-
npittolii-M (or tho coiniimnder-in-chli-l,
he enterol  the room with a jaunty
nir,   "Did yuu want me, Kitchener?'
ho asked calmly, while the rest of tin
slttll   gllApe.'l   lid    li IU    ul    mum.    Auuii
i.-ijiju-n !*,(>��( KlteV\on.->r. bowover,
iwrcly looked nt hlm with a quiet
smile. "Oh, don't cull mo Kitchener,"
he remarked gently, "it'e *> beastly
(oriiuil. Call me Herbert I"
Cornponiatlng Hotels
Duriim the Inst three years Hiin ho-
tels in S'icUuia were closed, the eoiii-
pulsation iiinoiinlitm to *7ftO.(Min, the
whole of which was borne by the
Mr-i, llichl luh (��coinfiiUy)-"| widi
you hnd iiiorc briiins, I'er.ilniiul, in-
Steiul nf sn much money,"
Fi'i'diiuuiil (miuiiivedi ��� "1 did 'inc
dear bill It look iill nf tin-Ill to ltd tin
money."-"-The Widow.
A Wife's Message
She Cured Her Husband
of Drinking
Write Her Todavind She Will Tell
You Now You Cen Do the Seme
For ovor twenty years hsrhusbend ww ��� herd
drinker, lie had tried in every
eouli  _ , __
nine yours turn ihn stop*
ly by mlnir e simple
Shihh's Cure
quleklr eiope eonahe, eoree ��old��, beau
Ibe ihroet and lunge. ���  ���   ��� 188 eenta.
I    llri-ifir���Thi-y *uy
I terioi'iiting,
j    llrlmiH.  I know
I was in France !
I ii   ,., ,,,, i. , ..,,, t
the French are de.
it,    The lust. I line 1
("luhln't even make
ili, I,.   ,,.i-i.   t'lnoivo'e
ry wny tp stop but
Id not do so, but
Iks wttijsii rrakswurrss
yserlstM tt*m Drill.
remwly which eny one
csn rlvsms-retly. Ilun-
ilreds Uave ftwd their
homee from drink by
follnwlnif hey sdvlcs.
The nwihwl Is s��uy amt
sure. If you lisve a
dserunewhuddnka we
earnestly mlviss you to
write to hut et en**.
Sho makes no eharpre
fur her In Ip, (the asks
fur no moiiej- snil M>
eepte none) she only
asks that you nro per-
eonally lawrestni in
nevlnv one whu drinks.
,**i M.itii   m..u uiui��i*u*m w (*m imMU*,
Is her sddrssi���
-II,      M'
I   IM-,
11. e t I   -.'i*
"i.*,  ii-  how
mt   nh\ny��
"Y<iti i-an't i/iii'-.-i
ubiiiii y����ti iu��t In I'
Mr.  Hiifbeiillur," viid
i    ii.i\. nl   uh   ob-.i
Three (��U
, I'tit^li   HrrAtimtit
li' ��  ��*
d  tu I
whnt   -i-l.r   snid
le   V..II   iiiine   in,
ini.*   .Ii.lniiiie,
'*l' .MO  Ll,
���-   |!  ���
m i-uiitaof avtNUl, wtNNii-i-a
lllKHe.l  l*l��n.i and  lUoliiqllklilt li....... IB
�� ��ri��i!��    Whnl*����te   anil   lleisil.
(V.lnmlils M#rtln#r. Vletor and Mlsnte
riprrl* Wrtlw fir 1nii*re��li��n (IrapW
thona llutori and Vint IWiklet. Nu 17.
wiitniin   tliul-   ii   uni t   after j
A-   i-   n,,itiii d   tu  bun.      . 11    Mr��..
Ii'iiu'li-.   bitterly i
">"��,"   ti'plieil   ber   hu-li'ml,   tilei-k-l
I"    "ltn��   (hut  'l'��*-ii'l     -.** l,hii    t\!
������b.itu'i' to Iny off tlie fists - U.   l|i��'�� gdl i
io if'i mi lor yi-ur�� inisn; to ki-ep th*��:
eiiildri-u I'liiiviric.-it ihnt b��* i* mt in-],
i-llti'>is- i.iel iininiltv ri-��i��.ii-ilili- pi-r.
suit,"   \Vu*bii'i)ttiiii  Ia. iiiim ,>t,ir.        1
lit*,   '"cm7 s o^f;*( ���
W. N. U., No. 815.
trUS Avoid ths Nnw.
Iii pro|xirtiou bi its population, Ir<v |
lam) Fiipplic* very (ew sailors to tin) I
royal inivy. Tbo number of boys who
joined within tho but two years wa*
only 211, as compared with (1,340 'or
(ircnt Hritain.  lu the name period ai��
nocond-chu* stokers wero enlisted in
freliind, ntul 7.1-M In  f.reat  Hrit/iin
Thorn is no naval training s'.iips on l
tho Irish eotiM, tb�� numl>��r of boy* I
joininu in Ireiumi biuug Uw suiali lu ,
justify it. j
It ii Imagination rath��*r than rmeon
that distinguishes man from bruu��, |
���nd imi jM-rsion who Is devoid of imatf-,
fnat^n enn know *>*ffn��m*��i�� ett happi-'
net* ot mimy.  IUpplneu tn a great;
neatme depende on th* tnevilly tor
;   Truvill.T (1�� clerk)-  I hnv<Mi*l board
llu'iii Hpeuk Hltiee I've been here,
!    "Ynu iiieiiii tbe boy?   Well, it runs
' in tin. (iiinllv     Hi< futhiT i< hi'inl of
i Iln* iiilonmiiion liui-ejiii.'
ntraj mmnatrntjAndmraan,
iwie,     Mnibum, Ne
t full ** '
1�� 'him Avenue,    KltiburnVN'aw Verlt.
IHVUS |mir (uti MM **4 mmiim t&m\*m
Duriiiir bnt year the inrnttiBM of per.
-uth enntln.*i| in  Hiitl-h tel.nii.! Attwe.
i*sl an iiie/v/ise of iiriirly *l(H),(K)l).
fhe Old Folks
find advancing years bring an Increasing tendency
to constipation.   The corrective they need la
M NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives
Entirety different from common laxatives. Pleasant to take, mild and painless.
A tablet (or less) at bed-time regulates tbe bowels perfectly. Increasing
doses never needed. Compounded, Hke all the 125 NA-DRU-CO pre-
parattons, by expert chemists. Money back If not satisfactory.
3&c. n box.   If y*yt drorfitt Has nol yet tucked tham.
s��nd 25<3. atuf we will mat!"th��m,
V It  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLOMBIA.  Fashion Notes  From Paris  THERE ls a delightful, Infinite  variety of scarfs. Women have  seized this little accessory and  refuse to let lt go. For daytime there is the black satin scarf,  worn around the neck like a pallium.  Colored scarfs are made of marquisette, veiled with black moussollue  de sole and lined with brilliant silk.  Wide velvet ribbon also ls used for  scarfs, lined witb satin and bordored  with zlbellne.  Coarse Greek tulle ls another fabric  that Is made into afternoon scnrfs.  This Is transparent, and when used in  two or three layers, the effect Is Iridescent and wonderful in color, Ingenuity Is the star ln the ascendency,  and nothing that is beautiful Is scorned .^ ...  by couturiers and by the coquette,'  Old scarfs of duchess lace such as  were worn under the Imperial rule are  much In vogue. Of course, the brilliant colors are demanded und?r'the  lights of the casino, and gold and  eilver tissue ls ln evidence. Last or  this endless scarf story comes the  feather boa, with no curl, but with a,  richness of color and gloss of fronds  that are Irresistible.  Flowing draperies, If they can be adjusted at  the back and arranged so     '.  'that a long court train is the effect,  are  predicted  for  the  early  winter.  The high line of the belt adds touthe   ..  regal splendor of the sweeping train. ���������  No one can deny.the graceful beauty  of this style for evening.  Raven's wing blue Is wonderful  when combined with layers of green,  blue and black tulle. This was seen  at the Trouville races. Bands of black  silk fringe were placed on the skirt  iti three rows, while a short Louis  jacket of silk gave an. excellent baok- ���������  ground for silk embroidery and bluo  opaque  beads.  Tinted lace is the flrst resort of modistes who keep dyers busy exactly ,  matching the supple rnnterials that  they trim. Supple Is the keynote of the  season. The changing lines are emphasized by the majority of designers'."'  Dalnys is exploiting the high ciown  that reminds'one of the Tyrol. It ls  quite pointed and ls very effective when  made of folds of silk wrapped around  the foundation and ending in u huge bow  ; at_one���������3ide, Evpn,the_fur_t0tiueii arewof���������   this type, the wide turned-up brims over-  towered by pointed crowns.  The lace frill for evening is established.     Sometimes lt Ih  a facing for  A ���������      the huge hat, and aa an evolution the  entire theater cap of lace is worn. This  -> remains on the head during the play;"  for you "must remember that our little  prefect of police haa prohibited the  ocHrelng of -an entire performance, by  the chapeau of the portly woman on the  front row.  i, Lewis has shown some fall models of  hats that are, broad and low. Their  ciwna are oval and- their brims are  edged wl*h fur. Where are we lo get  the fur for the coming fashions, 1 wonder?       '  Marabou Is used for many evening  dresses^ giving the furry effect, but lacking any unpleasant weight. It Is moet  attractive when edging beaded tulle, tha  two combinations being the, very latest  for evening, *   ELOIBE.  New Umbrella Handles  HAND-CARVED ��������� bandies   of Japanese  design  are  shown, ihrea  and four Bldod sticks, with plfdn,'  round or mu'Bliroom tops,  Irregular loop* through which tho  hand mny pass are Heen In, (moulded  ovals, Irregular triangle*, InvorteU  atlrrupi and an effect like a lon-* oval  knothole In a broader mlddlo portion of  the handle,  Then there are etched or acid-carved  bandies, resembling worm-eaten wood,  In half-crook and T hIiupoh,  Mushroom lin iul lea may be liai in  wood, ivory, horn, metal and In the  new beaded styles. Wooden mmliroom  handles are sometimes carved wllh animal Iteitds, ,  Sllver-t rimmed mission hnmllQi aro  aim scon, chloily In dull or 'I'ronch  gray silver.  Polished   nnd  stained   wood, round,  square or trilateral In shape, linn a simple design outlined In line Inlaid silver,  utrlpx,   Thn womi Inside tho silver outline Is stained darker than tlio rani,  For tnen come plain and silver-  trimmed pimento handles, luiinkarvoil  Japanese, and etched or nclit-cnrvod,  mostly In tht ntnpit opera unapt.  HOW nre your afternoon dreises?  Hnvo you decided just how, when  nnd of what fabrics to make  them? Listen to our l'nrls ora-  clo, who speaks decisively and wiin  a snlutnry niiHgostUm fur American  women, These three nkotchen strtnd In  utrlklnir lino, mul miy practical women  ought to see and lin eoui|uereil by their  undeniable uhlo combliiatloiiii dt the best  atvlos,  Vollo Is reigning undisputed In the  realm of afternoon dresses, while silk  eanhmero coinoa noxl In  favor.   Any  material must lie supple, nnd the range  of the Neasun'M colors nml trimmings l������  so wide Him .there 'lu promise tu every  woman who would bo in step with the  mode*.  Hlack vclvot Is largely used ns trim-  miiign on voile gowns, Hems, vents,  pipings or msctiBS do much to give the  illsllncilve touch uf (-(intrant.  ���������  Old hlm- ullk voile Is shown In n churm-  Ing, eitnv ft vim In the (Irst mudd. The  dress In co'lnrlOHH, n chemisette of colored Ince wllh Iniroduolluiis of dark Who  and old rose serving tn give a transparency nt the neck. This lace Inhronu  mm\mt**tt  S0Lm    /������*  hnnd- is hsuj on thc bodice In crossed  surplice lines, which a piping ot black  velvet empliimlssun,  Tlm hIhuvoh um edged with bice and a.  ruffle iind two hands nf hiseiilun nre  lined In the skirt, while Muck velvet  <filwiitt three Inches In width nrtiien It  Notiee the high waist line on etc* ot  theta three modeln, n'.etne',  The rontrnl fWuro is In the new uluuls  of lifip) root,   Crossed folds of thn voile  pCmm  nro placed over a Inco and velvet vest.  A black vdvet girdle defines thu waist  lino in buck. Tin* full skirt Iihm broad  folds of material placed nt the bottom,  giving nn effect <������f deep tucks nnd the  Ucoti lieiri.  Diirk-liluo voile over rrcnm nnt In, one  nf Hip newest effectn. Is shown In the  lust.,model. A hnnd nf embroidered net  in uspd as nlrnps on eitoh nH-������ of tho  pointed chemisette, while over each wide  are turned buck ntmpl������ rovers of voile,  edged with embroidery.  Wide tuck* nre effectively used on the  iiIihIkIiI, Hi-nut sklit, the fullness nf  which Is gathered under a Muck velvet.  belt,  For Informal luncheons or tens or for  nlmple utile hiuise gown* ihete nn* rep-  re������rni-iMee i>r -"'i* m������M mU'iiwed styles  offered bv PnrlMen modistes.  THE  END  OF  THE  POPULAR SCARF  II IHNT umily the end of tlm icarf'i  popularity, for after being mecttn-  fully Intincheil tin the wiivf nf fnnh-  li>n this ac-eann������ry in pr*min*i in **���������  tended visit. It can tit of natln, iiiouata.  Una or rhlffnn, Un linings m h* of  material Unit mntranit with thn upper  ���������urfart In txnti rolur and taattin,  Knr cool rtsys these scurfs nre convenient to .wrap around Ihe thront and  rut.   A lilnn fold of trHln Is used ������nd ������  ... line of rat-stiu-hlng holds the tup edge  nl   Hie a.imi. time ndil n timih nt color it tin. 'iem nn lh* IhmI*. nf fhe s.firf  lo any street costume. ir we material tn- verv shier vuu ���������** in  nut the end of the s.*arf In tht burden, niilrr it in four or rtvarown of aUltliing,  ot thtn nont. Ily ctsnclnn over th* group 1 drawing the tawer rows mure tunny  vou wIIIsm thnt itn-r������ are various ways i>i������in the oitt������-rs anil ������ndln������ ihe last wi n  In wttleh to edge the form. a ������iik tam*������*l,  Tht fUhtall shape la new and easily The tshifke end of ths netl swarf I*  iieiited tu ii border of contraMiuK in'-'er  ilik iipun which souUielie iuuli i* ap-  Midi .1 .III, ,:,r.t ��������� ,i'!������,.���������..��������� "���������* ���������**���������* >'���������  ���������.dire umi end" ii! the point witn ������ t'l'-el  Wjiile <if the lilalil. ,    .  Hhtrring at iht eitreme eit������e if the  rs������ Jt I ncsrf Hid* 1*1 Hit- f.Hnitti s.-el,  while nti Inchf-n ntsovt a dmi'ik- i-w ut  shirring Is used.  1'erbnps the flower ferm Is more to  your liking?    It is mude <>f five petal*  li'M  Us llie i.i.l.s   I...   ,i ......i-.l J������wi:������'l  buliKii.     This is  |������.sril( uiiitlv  i'ffH*llv<i  Wliers (if nntln, wisiI'Mhk dnwn n ��������� hlf-  f(������ll   (if ������lpl,!l   .f.li  end  fringe, <#f (iiirm,  is  >;rr,\  in many  xarfs.   The |������ng mltcii kind Is iMsisglit  iind srwid en the end uf a satin scarf-  tsrinw nne tiMh chirring.  .     r.,nn   Is   tin    In Hi   -Kin li,   llie   |iii!U|.*.l  tint   l.iln.i  in  U<������  (ileitis  and  held  In  Idnll* hv eii|*tilchliiK   nn   iht   under  *iirr,ii������ ,f ��������� ������������������������������������--*--���������".'-������������������  -        ;*��������� "7:'.*"'!:;;;t%*������;;.%'..* ~;-*j:���������'���������������������������''"Jos'"."*" ' ~*"' "" -������������������-.-���������-��������� -:���������*���������,���������.-*..  *..  THE NEWS,SCUj|BKRLAJHX). BRITISH COLUMBIA.  fi*\ ���������^smameaaucmmsw i  THE FURNITURE STORE  SPECIAL TO THE LADIES,  Fancy Quarter-cut Oak Roll Top  Writing Desks, Music Cabinets  and Racks, comfortable Rockers in  Oak and Mahogany.  A choice assortment of  Hand Painted China.  Ol  A. McKINNON  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  It ie to be hoped that tbe ap -  prniiching civic elections will be  conducted in the spirit of kiridli-  nebs ������nd fair play. We are too  email a community to wrangle  and engender hard feeling over  a u ch matters. Every man hue  the right if he Boea fit and his  the proper qualifications and is a  respectable citizen, to offer himself  as a candidate for mayor or alder-  man, and should iot be subjected  to unkindly or adverse criticisms  that cannot be fully substantiated.  Let ns respect every man's honest  opinions, even if they differ from  ours.  The trials of the new steamer  Princess Mary, built by Bow,  McLaughlin & Co., of Paisley,  for the CP,R. service on the  Victoria Nanaimo-Comox run,  which took place last week on  the Clyde, were highly successful.   Thc_nejK-stettmerjriade.het  Ai  oouMvmoAxiosa  -        *������   i .  PUBLIC CHALLENGE TO  "CITIZEN  ������������  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refreshing beverage.  Drink  Pilsener  The  Purest  and Best  o  Editor NbwS:���������I have read  lately a letter writ ten by one calling himself -'Citizen." He has,  as the Scotchman says, taken a  "scunner" against myself. I can  respect any citizen who may differ  from me in politics iu a fair and  open manner. It seems to me  that any citizen who is worthy  of that name need not be a-  shamed of what he writes or  says, if he is truthful and sincere.  In the last issue of Cumberland  News Citizen states that he wns  told that I did all that I could  to stop the building of our post  office here. Now���������to settle this  falsehood and many others I  challenge Citizen and the person  trial luas at an average speed of  fifteen knots an hour when loaded. As the contract made with  the builders called for a speed of  fourteen knots aa hour in service  the trials showed a good margin  of speed. She will thus be able  to make the trip from Nanaimo  to Union Bay in about four hours.  The Princess Mary, a steel twin-  screw steamer larger than the  Company's steamer Princes* Beatrice, was built to the highest  class at Lloyd's, aud is of the  most modern type of passenger  aud freight steamers. She is a io  leet in length, 40 feet beam at  the deck, 37 feet on the water-  line, and depth of 16 feet. Tbe  deckhouses and decks are of steel  aud the vessel is of steel through  out, well subdivided, The state  room accomodation is of the high  est class aud an excellent dining  room is finished in mahogany and  satimvood, aud the smoking  rooms, social hall, etc,, are doue  iu hardwood. She is expected  to arrive here early in the new  year,  BEER  on the  Coast  and made in  Cumberland.  aniuiuinmmiiHi  Wc are pleased to learn that  no uew casts oi scarlet fever hav������  bit u reported, aud thut of the  several cases that we have bid  not one has terminated fatally,  which is a source of congratula.  tion, it being of a very mild type,  When the tide tf l.-iillots began  t- run tt}jftiiii;i tho -dry*" in the  local opli'm oli'ction at Auburn,  Wufli., II, N. Cornell, undertaker  mul deputy curonor, placed the  C'li'phCH of two drunkard* in hia  cliiiw window iih 11 prohibition argument. Tlio voter* utwed in hor  ror, thou croHned thu mroet and  xtilrd **wt*t **  Au exchange uyr, A lady in a  neityhborintj town in hrr hnrrv to  a art for church took Irom the  militant what she supposed washer  fKitimn. threw it over her arm  .uni on arriving at church placed  it over the back of the jw������w. Imagine her 'surprint? when anv found  k>l>c had uitniylit livi I usbaim s  trousers by mistake,  ���������1 mm >���������i������������������������������ ��������������������������� ���������     .mm  IF VUU WANT CO il)  PRINTING GO TO TUB  Miv/S. FlRhT-CLASSWORK  wfiolold"biSTtbealiove to prove  his statement on the public plat  form���������he to name the da'e. and  I will engage the Hall at my  own expense, For the benefit of  the public, accept this challenge  like a man, or thc citizens, like  myself, I am inclined to think,  will brand you as a coward, and  only able to take low me'hods  "sneaked" letters, etc.���������and of  trying to injure one who wishes  to be fair and square iu this cam  paign for mayoralty honors,  As regards the sewer problem  I am not opposed to the scheme,  and, when the future of our town  is definitely settled by the present Company, it will tben be time  enough to bring the by-law be-.  fore tbe people,  I hope to have the privilege  and pleasure of calling a public  meeting before election day and  will at that time deal with all  matters appertaining to the well*  fare of our city.  Yours respectfully,  T E, Batr.  MHHMMl4l������MlrMr>W������  Editor NEws:~While reading the effusion signed ''Citizen"  appearing in the last issue of the  N������ws, I collided with the following statement: ''And I ..ave every  reason to believe that come people who profess to he very anxious for the advancement of the  city are sending out of towu tor  their groceries, ott which they  can save but very little, if anything."  Really* now, 'Citizen,' how did  you guess it? Why ������io������ guess  again for the reason of .such conduct? Perhaps you will come to  the same conclusion as I have,  "K, *h<\* rv.rrh rev:���������!**.:;; -,<,;*. ���������l'  town is the effect of .-��������� i,.u;.n-, .uu]  that such cause is thut quite a  number of our enterprising mer  chants actually send out of towu  ������\>������ AiCic'ic-a 'oi theu pciM>imi use  which they can readily purchase  iu towu, even if from nu opposition store, and also the wives and  daughters of thew self-same mer  tliau's and of their employees, do  t^e verv same thing.     I  would  procity'their motto, and not only  preach it, but put it iuto practice.  They will do well to remember  that ''what is sauce for the goose  is sauce for tlie gander."  ���������-������������������You-rs-sincerel-yv  Rkcipkocity.  Locals.  Plitw- your Christmas orders for  Shortbread, Km it Cukes and. Fruit  Loaf, with Maroechi Uros, now.  FOUND ��������� Between Coinox  Spit and Deuman aud Hornby  IsUntds, logs marked ,,V" inside  diamond. ������-F and 7,'' "IT.L,"  and "HfxB." Apply Chas Ash-  enfelter, orl'S H Cliffe, Coiuox.  .  ������������������������������������ ���������.''   * ���������    1       ���������   '       ������������������'  Twen'y-one pannengern by s. s.  Cowichan, arrived in town oh Sunday.  I'Ihcc your Christmas orders for  Shortbread, Fruit Cakes and Fruit  Loaf, with  Maroechi  Bros, now.  BtCloutier.  General Blacksmith  i-.i*���������ir���������nr-- rT"���������������r>T~  Horaeshwing a, Sp-scUliy.  Third Ay tt., Cuniberland  IDMBERLAND TAILOR  SPATES  The TAILOR,  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  Ladle** Work  a Specialty*  S. ISAKA. PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from $30 to $35    All Work First Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  K.AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS* CHADS TO   ORDER AND  IN ANV STYLE YOU UUISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to g������0.  CUMBERLAND, ���������     '.'.       B. C.  A petition is  heiug circulated, |  requeuing Mayor MaeDomild to  Hguln he a candidate for the    office of chief magistrate.  Mr, Warn uf J, h. McLeod's,  left hy Sunday's bout fur Vancouver,  on business.  ATTRACTION  EXTRAORDINARY  Splendid Showing at the  City Hall this Week.  On Monday and Tuesday night  one ot the grandest films ever  s'iowu in titi* city, was shown nt  i he t-ity Hall. It was one of  those sensational Western Cow  Boy featuns entitled MA Prairie  Country Romance," aud judging  from he applause it received was  t'.iu'h   appreciated.   The    .t'.u-  ^uiume lur Iriday and Saturday will have another extra  special wereru feature, "The  Night Rustler*," a fensatioual  pic;ure by the New Vork Moriou  Picture Co. Iu this pic tire Miss  Ulauchett, the world famous  horseback rider who won all  contests at Los Angeles a short  time ago.    She took flrst in dip.  ���������tiiiiiriiuiMmniii*  An echo irom Montreal has  reached Victoria, It appears that  as the Eucharistic Conference  was proceeding down the street  there was a Scotchmaa leaning  against a lamp post. The lamp  post was convenient aud he need  ed a little support. "Whit's a'  this?" be enquired of a French  Canadian, who was viewing the  procession. "Zis is to jjreat En-  elm lis tic Conference, which has  received the blessing of the Pope  of Rome "   "Oh, to ������������������ with  the Pope o' Rome!" remarked  the impious Scot, "Vat is rat  you fay?" indignantly queried the  Catholic, ' 'To wi' the Pope  o' Home," calmly answered the  inebriated oue. "You say sat  once u'tore, and I tell you vat I  say. I say to you Goddam Harry  Lauder.���������Week.  Senator Murphy Foster, at a  dinner in Wellington, nai'l of a  certain rot met ion; "It was a re  retraction without value. It recalls  the Nola Chiicky scandal. Dean  Washington, iu.the heat of a revival, shouttd from the Nola  Chucky chapel; 'I see befo' me  ten chicken theives, includin'  that thar Calhoun Clny,' Calhoun Clay at once rose and left  the church, He was very angry.  He brought several powerful influences to bear and the deacon  promised to apologize. So at the  uext revival the old man said: 'I  desire to retract mah last night's  ICiiUlk, VU., 'I MC iA������v' mc   icu  chiclai thieve*, tddudur Calhoun Clay. What 1 should have  said, dear brethren and sistern,  was, *l see befo* me nhiechlccen  thieves, aot uicludin Calhoun  Clay/"  Myron II,  Crippen, tho aged  father of Dr. Mawlep H. Crlppeu,  dii-il ������t   Los  A:i^i'U*������ lni^t  wet*k,  friendless    and    pnnii!*'**.    His  lf������th, due to the iufurmiHen of  hy   the   tragic  ping for lints.   Rid'dg her hoist:  not be surprised to find out that jut full gallop and  keeping one:'  T. Katon. Simpson, t* c , do more ] foot in the stirrup she lifted two \ W* WM hn,m**  business in this town   than  *\*9 merchant*.  ffthegrowrsand "ther mei-l Auaher feature will be the  chants wish this kind .f Imsine** * beautiful opera MPra IHavuio,*'  to cease they must m-ke  ��������� keei- ,*\lmt aeveral good com- dies,  ���������"���������iivus hi   su* i"miii|'#iii  iiiivu    IWUI  auyihaisfromthc grouud in twelve}fUm^u of M* "������"���������  leomds, beating nil other cntr.e>. f    ,��������� ]Z*T  .. ..   I     , ,...���������   t. m,   ,    .,    .'    I'lart' yonr Chtrint  tmna orders for  Shi.ril.r������nl. Fruit f nk<������ and Fruit  L,o������f, with   Maivcohi  Hr*is,, now.  Capital $8,000,000.  Eeeerve $6,700,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER THE WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & intereat  at highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of |1 and upwards.  OUMBULAND, B. 0., Branch. Opan Daily.  OOXTlMtSMAT,  B.O, .Sob-Branch,   Open Tuesdays and  FBIDAYS. ,". '   ���������   . t    ���������..���������.���������       .���������.'..  UNION WHABF. B. 0.      ,b-Branch, OpenThursda;  M. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  i.ys.  ntimwniwnffltnmun  ^^^^|  P. Phillipps Harrison  i  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  :V. BOfldHA:  monufaaturett of mityBRAIi UIATBRS.  Ulholcsole Oeol������t������ in WINES, LIQUOR & BEER  r. o. box ue  PK0NB89   CUMBERLAND  G. H. ASTON,  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER  First-class rspauung ok all kinds donr.  Kngi.ish watch rs a specialty *^3)  All Work atiaranttt������d*  Next to Tarbell9!,  Dunsmuir Ave,      I  tr  PLIMLEY'S ANNUAL  BICYCLE SALE  ^  We are clearinu out all our 1010 stock of  bicycles at sacrifice prices. This te  an unparalleled opportunity to get a  high grade bicycle at a great bargain.  These machines are our regular stock  of standard makes, all High Grade.  Singers,  Humbers,  Enflelds,      * Tourists.   Ladies, Gontt and Juvenile Models*  THOS. PLIMLEY.  M,  1110 GOVERNMENT ST.. VICTORIA, B.C Jt  ^i_-t>������������������locai���������ay


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