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 **ja������)i*M)M*ii*^^ a - ^f ^  mktmm-mm^Oi-Zm'a^^  fi V ������������������       ^c^, - \ w  !>Q-'   r,  ���������'A,   B,  O,,,^  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District*  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY, NOV. 22,   1910  Subscription $1.00 a Year  THE BIG STORE  ���������^V^^V������Mii>. tftja^mmemjy* * n. ity****.  Wonderful Clothing Offer  For the next   30   days   we  give   a special price oa every  suit in our store.  300 Suits mmt be sold.  This is a genuine offer. Our  stock is too large and must  be reduced. We would be  very glad to have you inspect  for yourseli the clothing we  are offering and see as to our������.  va  lues  $Oi\'T FORGET/ Now  is your time to get quality and  style in up-to-date clothing.  Our windows will show  )'ou some of the many lines  we carry, with sale prices  attached.  e**yJlmmm*Arat***m^ \  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  f  (*m*������m*ml-m)0*mm  T^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OK  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Hrewiug Company's 11KER.  Wholesale Dealers in ail Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  Place yonr Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake  and  Fruit Loaf NOW.  GRAND OPENING  OF TOYS/ETC,  ON DECEMBER 1st.  Two prizes given away.  ist prize, Handsome Doll, val. $15.00  2nJ prize, "        "      *      #6.50  Every 5Oo. Parokase entitles you to  a Ticket  ^WB  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  SECOND  Place- yonr Christmas orders for  Hliortliroml. Fruit (}uko* nml Fruit  Loaf, with  Maroechi  Bros., now.  Mies KHto Dallos arrived homo  on Wed noddy last.   | 0   ��������� ���������  John Frew in pnying Cumber  land a vUit.  ���������    ��������������������������� 9  Pluee yonr Christmas orders for  fihvrtbread, Fruit Cakes nnd Fruit  Loaf, with  Maroechi   I Iron, now,  COURTENAY ITEMS.  STREET  H*ara*mm^am*w^***e  Locals.  FOUND ��������� Uet ween Coniox  Spit nnd Dcnninn and Hornby  Islands, logs marked "'V" inside  diamond. ������F and 7," "IT.L."  and "H.n:" Apply Chas Ash-  eitfelter.or S H Cliffe, Comox.  Vhur your Christmas orders fur  Shortbread, Fruit Oaken nnd Fruit  Loaf, with Maroechi Bros, now.  mm*mm.  Tho Valley will highly appreciate  n branch oi! the Hunk of Commerce  |\,itt<<������ f>ii������.|Mt������1<r������t  III  'iii'lmiiii  *"  I), W. Thomas who Imu been  ������np-ineer on tho first locomotive of  the C. W. I., Co. htox accepted tho  jxiHitioii id iiiirui'-or in Smith's  Sawmill, Coniox.  Mr. M. McNeil returned from  h huidnoss trip to Vancouver hy  Tuesday's hout, Mr McNeil while  in Vancouver, seonrod smiio line  tiliiin, which hu   will   show   thi������  Mr. W. Well and family left hy  Tiumhiy'a boat for Vancouver,  wherothoy will' lake up their roti  W. Dingwall ami wifo nrrivod  la*t week  frmn  Victoria.   They  will make Uieir home tor Uio  fu-  tnw������ nn Ml"  Vdiigxvtdl   htmii**.toni\  Mr. F. Dallos returned from  front Vancouver by Tnesday's  boat. ������������������Prank" is a pood sailor  and is "never, never sick at ton."  Burglary at Courtenay.  Police Court Happenings During: tho  Wook  Lewis Wilson, n Chilean,  from  Valdez'''Island, near Cape   Mudgo,  broke the pliile glass window   of  McPheo & Morrison's   storo  at  Courtenay on Thursday night last,  quilling admission   thorohy.   and  looted tho utoru to tho exten of   8  suits of olotluis, 4 pairs of shoos,  overcoat* mid a quantity of   other  articles.    Hurt Stephenson, proviu  eial constable, was phoned for immediately upon tho   discovery   of  tho burglary, and it   speaks   well  for Mr Siephetipou's   ability   and  shrewdness as a detective that the  burglar was located together with  another   fugitive    from   justice,  named Louis Rosier, on   the   Si-  wash Uohci'vo early on   Saturday  morning. They were both brought  up  hore  f������ appear before Judge  A brains, Wilson for   pi'oliininary  hearing iieforo being sunt dawn to  Naniiituo te he tried bufore J udgo  Hai ker.  Louis Hosier was nrrsgned he-  soro ,l,I"s. Willard nnd Shaw,  on Mondny lust, charged with supplying li'pior to Indians. The  aceuaed wu* found guilty aud sen-  teiirod tu 11 tint: of $50 or oue  month In Jul ImxvU Wilson wes  OJiiiuiittfd tw staud his trial at Nn  Uiiuio, liufuro .1 udgo  Harker,  and  1 ���������������     ��������� .i,i  ������.������������A   ..������.������< H   *<���������/        ml .........I\l       ......       4...  uilior pnwjiior.  Ciwirgt' Wingor wns lined 850  and co&u fur supplying litiuur to  i Imliiiiir ut ('utirli niiv.  (ioorgii Mitclu*li was (iued $0 tor  In ing Oi 1111k on Indian ttosoi vi*.  NHs IVnJue wao lioml $10 mid  c .'ts for lining drunk aud disorderly at (Joiirtt'tiMy Itwt Hnndny.  Citizens' League.  THE CORNER STORE I  OUH STOCK Op  ! ^aioeoats, SliekePs, Oil  I      Clothing, Umbrellas  aod=  e  is  tt*  %  tf*  ���������*���������  O.  <���������>  te*  ������������������He  t>  <l\  (*.  ���������>  ft  it*  Is noixx gO^PhETE.  These having been secured BEFORE  the recent great Rubber Boom,  should be well worth your early  attention.  J^MeLEODH  IT  !  I  tb  '*  v..  I'm  (tw  0  <>  (f*  ti*  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  A meetiiig' of the Citizens  League was held in the Council  Chambers last Wednesday, Nov.  16th, with President James Rcid  in the chair.  The minutes of the[]last regular and special meetings were  ad oped as read.  The committee formed for the  purpose of securing aid from the  Company in establishing an athletic association reported progress  and asked for further time to  complete tlieir duties, which  was granted.  Other committees for medical  attendance for citizens aud fire  escapes for public school reported  progress aud asked for more time  to complete their work.  It was moved and seconded  that the secretary be again instructed to write the Hon Win.  Tcmplemnu asking htm to use  his best efforts to secure for Cumberland a custom house which  was badly needed.  The secretary wus also instructed to write the police commissioners asking them to allow the  police to circulate a petition  amongst the ratepayers leanest-  lug thc council to  abolish   the  tm4m)m*****m^f**Jlm*^  The Canadian  Bank of Commerce  HEAD OPJFIOE; Xorpntb. X8T.MJLI8HED 1867.  PAID-UP CAPITAL    -       -     -       $10,000,000  RESERVE FUND    -.   -     -     -       $6,000,000  SIR EDMUND WALKER, President.  ALEX. LAIRD, Genekai, Managkr,  .-.1  (���������>  <?>  ������-  ���������St  to  c*>  o  (���������)  ���������)  ���������������������������>  ��������� >  I  )  )  >  ���������:-)  1 1  1 t  v'  Brandies throughout Canada, And in the United   $  States, Mexico and England. t'v  Country Business-  Banking by Mail-  Every  facility afforded to  farmers and  others for the tiansBciion of their onnk-  ti| hiisine-va,  Accounln  unxj be opened by mail .md  tmxiiuf depiiMltd or ������ilh<lr*wn in  tliis  wny with equal facility.  Cumbnrland Branch W. T. WHITE, Mansffer.  '���������*>  ���������8  n  (-)  (!)  $  ward system. Messrs Hate and  Thomson were appointed to draft  the petition,  ODITUABY.  Mrs. W. J. Iltuinay died ind  denly at her residence in this city  Mr Shaw rend a letter written on  l-Viday nijjht last,    The iv'-  by himself objecting to thc hasty I mains accompanied  by her hni-  wav iu which the special  meet 'l"-'*-J and son wont taken to Nuii,i  iug was called, and Mr   Willaul mo 0:1 Sunday last for internum!,  also spoke along the same  lines.  Fred Dirlioi, a well known rx-  idont of the eity for a numbi-i- ������������������f.  The president assured the   two  members that the meeting had  been conducted iu a  clean   and-years, diod at at his homo on  honorable manner and was called day last, of pnomonia, aftei* a ft*  by the committee appointed  for; days'illnv-**-..     Ho leaver uuj  the  same   at thc last regular land six children to mourn his lo-  meeting. I The funeral took place cm  '*���������  The meeting then adjourned to day afternoon under directum .  meet again ou December 7U1, the thc l'.A.O.I>. nud was   l.ui  regular meeting night. atteuded.  J, It. lotuifm** U-iby, who ln������*  Iwen wnder medi<ta) treat un-nt Iwr  ll������*" f������#t ,hrre month**, ha* 1������*������i  InVteii li* \.nt CtnuWirUtttl ltu������pi.al.  (or trmttmttit.  Mr. Andrew McKinnclMi-ft bv  Snndtv'a boat for Namu'mo,  to^tifnd the funer.<l of hi* nioiJi  Ier Mrs. Andrew McKiitncIl. <������f  Cedirdinlriet. who died  a "ter a  jlinewring   liln-^ss   on    hnt������l^fi1^  last.  | Mr. V Ac'on miived home mi  {Tu* ������lay, f������om n biiMuexs tiip to  j Vancouver.  j    Mr. McKae.ufCamphell Bros..  j Itfr for Vancouver by Sunday'-.  boat on n biuinrss trip.  Mptt> $t0fy  (Ela08_GIInt(|ittg  Th* Cold wi'iitln-r in now h*r������ tnnlnv. mid von  will ui'cd a p"������l unnii tnu 1 Miid overcoat to keep  out tln������ colli, but hoUtro you |hin������1iiihi come in and  mhx onr Mock of Fit-riles at $20 and $25  And our Overcoa'a  at $12 to $20  Coat Sweaters fn Grey.  Navy and Brown    $2.25. S2.SO  S<:': our s.inij'h.s fur in.uie.tn mcn.sure  I -IT KI1F,  Ktitfv*  ^CAMPBELL BROS,  'ii*.  I THE   NEWS,  .CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  If You Want to be Sure of Quality  Buy  ALWAYS LOOK FOR THIS  TRADE  MARK  Medicinal and Toilet Preparations  You certainly take no chances when  you buy any toilet article or medicinal  preparation which bears the name NA-  DRU-CO and this trade mark.  A* coen ��������������� you tea "NA-DRU-CO"  you can bm absolutely certain that the  article it the very be������t.  The National Drug and Chemical Company cf Canada, Limited, has spent thousands of dollars in perfecting thia  line ot over 125 NA-DRU-CO preparations.  The formulae are the best known to medical science.  The purity and strength of the ingredients are assured by rigid tests.  The compounding Is done by expert chemists, who are thoroughly  qualified for a work so vital to your health. <>  Knowing that everything has been done to make them right, we  guarantee, positively and unreservedly, each and every NA-DRU-CO  preparation. If you find any one unsatisfactory we want you to return it  to the druggist from whom you bought it and he will refund your money.  Ask your physician or druggist all about the NA-DRU-CO line. They  are men of standing in your community, worthy of your confidence, and  in position to tell you, for we will furnish to any member of either profession, on request, a full list of the, ingredients in any NA-DRU-CO  preparation.  NA-BKU-CO Dy������pep������ia Tablet*  Cure soor *tomach��������� hairtburn���������flatulence  ���������ln*e������stl<m���������chronic dyspepsia.  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafer*  Slop a hesdache In 30 minutes.  Contain no harmful drug.  NA-MtU-CO Talcum Powder  3 Idnds���������Vlolel-Rose-Flesh Color.  Gams Of refreshment and refinement.  NA-DRU-CO     Laxative*  Acl without any discomfort.  Increased doses not needed.  NA-DRU-CO   Baby   Tablet*  Relieve Baby's ills.   Especially  valuable durlne leethlne.  'NA-DRU-CO   Tooth   P������*te  Cleanses ttroughout���������prevents decay  ���������nukes the teeth beautifully white.  National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited  Wholesale Branche* at:  H������B?������x���������St. dohn���������Montreal���������Ottawa^Kin������ttan���������Torent*���������Hamilton  li������Jon���������WUmipeg���������ReBin������-C������lg������ry���������NeUon���������Vancouver���������Victoria.  40  Explained Trying to Rub Him Out  Little   Willie���������Say   iJn,     what   is j    "S-s-s-sus-say,      im,"      stammered  wdrTalf~T\1sticimt  Uk"Liby_UimJUglLjtlifi_audsj^s his mother  Pa���������Worldly wisdom, my son, is a ' rubbed and scrubbed hfnTTT giie ������  perfect knowledge of the failures of i you want to get rid of me, don't you?"  our neighbors.���������Montreal Star. i "Why, no, Bobby, dear," replied, his  Thc most obstinate corns and warts  fail to resist Holloway's Corn Cure.  Try it.  Haskcr���������I don't object so much, to  Fanny kissing her dog, but I prefer  lier to kiss me before and not nfter,  Wasper���������I know, but don't you  tliink the dog has his preference, too.  SMimmhb Cure  aoiokly atop* ������ou*he, carat oeld*. heala  )��������� thront end lungs. -   -   ���������  88 Mata.  A Way But Not a Speedway  ���������Tames A. Patten, at a dinner in Chi-  cngo, defended his notable assertion  that speculation is the stuff of business. "The old-fashioned idea of the  importance of saving the pennies,"  Kftyfl Mr. Patten, "has gone out. It  isn't by the saving the pennies Ui/it  such fortunes as Air. Pierpant Morgan's or Mr. George Gould's are now  piled up, Frugality may be, (lie road  to wealth, but it is not the speedway."  mother, "Whatever put that idea in'o  your mind?" "Oh, nothing," siid  Bobby. "Only it seems to me you're  trying to rub me put."  CRIED DAY AND NIGHT.  Mrs. R, E. Sanford, lnverary, Ont.,  writes:���������"My baby was sickly for  over a week with bowel and stomach  trouble and cried night and day. No.  thing I did helped her in the least till  I began giving her Baby's Own Tablets. Tliey helped baby right away  and now she is a big healthy child  with fine rosy cheeks, The, Tablets  are certainly a wonderful medicine  and I recommend them to all my  friends who have children in tho  house,"  What Baby's Own Tablets have  done for Mrs. Sanford's baby they  done for thousands of other little ones,  simply because they go to the root  of so many childhood ailments���������that  is, tliey drives all impurities from the  stomach and leave it sweet and  healthy. Sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Out,  "I enjoy a quiet smoke," said n man  to a fel'low-ptisHcngiT on a liner.  "Well," snid  the Ktritnger,  moving  across (lie deck,  ".von will never bfi I  troubled wiih crowds while you Binoko  cigars of Unit brand?"  Used according tn directions, J. D,  Kellogg'H Dysentery Cordial will afford relief in the most acute form  of summer complaint. Whenever the  attack manifests itself no time should  be lost in seeking the nid of the Cor  dial, It will net immediately on the  stomach nnd intestines mul alley the  Irritation and pain. A trial nf it will  eonviiii'e anyone of the truth of these  assertions,  Clear tho complexion of  disfiguring pimplnn,  .blackheads, rcdnoss,  rA',.n'V.r,/,*!'t' f"vJ ofbor nn-  oitfUly L-ouiYiVi-Mr; Icrop  the hands soil ami whito,  the wnlp t'imn, the him  live und glossy, and preserve .skin Jiealtli oy tnu  use of Cuticura Soap  assisted when necessary  by Cuticura Ointment.  (ttticura.  Soap aod Ointment  ���������n*M tb* no* mmm������*-*i ttMtmet tw  IWktiS. twwlaf, mrnlt tttimnn ������> UiHntv  ������bUdrtn u't -/I'm A stall* fl U iitt'ti  ������<tlDi1mt. *W4 -ifcWSftewW t\r m-m-A trti  t*   I'aMar   Trent  a   (**1*.   It-tp.   *ri**m.  Ijn A.ft Ai.-im'll.'AUm.mimJL.Ami.'^.^^.l  *a*Vm*f*i at Ula aaA tali.  "Sny, pnw," (picried little Sylvester  Snodgriiss, "what is n text eiise?"  "A test ease, my soil," replied Snod-  Kiiiw. si'ii,, "is ii ease brought, in court  to decide whether there'H enough  money in it to justify tlie lawyers In  working up similar cases."  Shiloh's Gun  unlaklretam aenabt, emreaanlia, heals  tha threat aad lu������������*   -       ���������  ������ eeala.  .luck (enjoying a fund embrace')��������� 1  would do anything for you, darling."  .Ic*.- Would you?  .lack   Indeed   I   would,  Jem���������All right, (io and make leva  to ithnt Smith girl aiid then let tun  eiii: her out.  WRITTEN FOR CHILDREN.  Great Literature That Has Been Prepared Just For the Little Ones.  Robert Southey, once Poet Laureate,  wrote many long, dull poems which  he imagined were immortal masterpieces, but whicii are to-day as dead  as tlie dodo. Had he not written one  or two short ]>oeins to please his  children, scarcely a line of Ids poetry  would now be read. But, as luck  wouid have it, he took his boys and  girls one day to see the Falls of Lo-  dore, near Keswick, and when tliey  returned they asked him to write A  putMi teluag uuu tun water*' camo  down. He did it, and it lias proved  the most enduring and the most distinctive thing lie wrote. Another of  his poems, deserveuly remembered  aud quoted, is "The Rattle of Blenheim, uegiiuung \iiin iim well-known  lines, "it was a summer evening���������  Old Casper's work was done," Tnis  also was written for ins children, as  was also "Tne Inchcape Bell."  Though "Pilgrim's Progress," as regards its first part, was written primarily as an occupation to relieve the  monotony of Bedford Jail, where  John Bunyau was lodged on account  of his .Nonconformity, yet it may be  truly said that tiie second part���������ever  the children's favorite on account oi  the boys and girls it talk about, and  especially on account oi Greatheart���������  was written because Bunyan's children demanded it. He used to read  Christian's journey to his wife and  children when t.iey visited him in  prison���������for his regime was not over-  strict���������and they were quite disconsolate at the thought of Christiana and  the children beius left bel.iud in the  City of Destruction, and gave Uieir  fatner no rest until he hart promised  to take them on pilgrimage also.  Everybody knows that Lewis Car-  roil, tlie author of "Alice in Wonderland,' 'was an Oxford don���������tic v. C. H,  Dodgson���������aud that he looked more  like the high-and-dry old mathematician he was thnn an entertainer of  children. ; Yet he had certain child  irieiiiis, and to t.n.s^ on liiv'ir couiitr)  walks he told the ''Alice" adventures  which he afterwards made into a  book. But had it not been for the  importunities of the children this  great masterpiece wou'd have died,  Tlie learned don thought nothing of  it. Nevertheless, it wili keep his name  alive as long as tiie Jinglisii language  is spoken.  "Kab and His Friends" is a classic,  TmT it~waF^rrtten~iiot~foJ"tue-grown'-  ups wifo delight in it to-day, but for  children. Dr. John Brown, of Edinburgh, the author of this delightful  book, was a lover of dogs and children, "liab" was his best-loved dog,  and the book mainly consists of a re  cord of his doings���������his sagacity, his  faithfulness, his love. It Was only  meant to amuse tho children, but it  has proved a masterpiece which the  world will not willingly let die.  Snake Guards Child.  The following story, taken from a  Purulia paper, ims the flavor of the  Arabian lights: "A child was born  to a Brahmin village Shapur six  months ago, and sinco the very date,  of birth n serpent lias been a constant attendant on tne bnbe. One  day the reptile was caught aud thrown  in the river. At night the Brahmin  heard the serpent saying to him in a  dream, 'Jf you kill me, I will completely destroy your family, If you do  not, 1 shall not harm you, but, on the  contrary, do you good.' Since this  oracle from the serpent tho Brahmin  nnd thc members of his family have  let it nloito. When the child is on  the ground, nsleop or awake, tho serpent spreads its nood over its head  like an umbrella. When the child is  on the bad the reptile quietly lay.-  itself down under Uio cot. Once tht  child's mother took the child to thc  houso of a relation near, Tho father  whs following her witli on wnbroll.t  under his arm. On opening the umbrella ho saw that the serpent was inside. Hu throw it a wny. But it forth  with returned to his house, The serpent is still there. Tho Itrnhniin gives  the reptile milk twice u day, whicii  it driuktt."  Ten and Costs  First Prisoner���������What kind of a time  did you have in the police court this  morning?  Second Prisoner���������Fine.  All mothers can put away anxiety  regarding their suffering children  when they have Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator to give relief. Its  effects are sure and lasting.  The young husband preferred to  stay nt home, but the young wife pre.  ferred to go to a country hotel for the  summer.  They went to a country hotel for the  summer.  The first night after dinner the  young husband hovered around the  drawing-room, and, in the end, managed to occupy the piano stool instead  of a chair. So he did the second  night. Aud the third. And every  night after.  "I don't understand, my dear," said  the young wife oue, evening "why you  always sit at the piano. You know  you can't pay a note!"  "Ah," replied the young husband,  "Neither can anyone else, my love,  while I am here!"  i A Good Hair Restorer  t   Victim/���������"If your hair restorer is   so  | good, why is it that   you   are   bald  ; yourself?"  | Barber���������"Well, sir, once I had a  'very big order for ladies' plaits, and  : to execute it I used some extra doses  i of my restorer over my hair and got  j half-a-dozen long plaits, sir. But it  (drew all the hair out of my constitu-  ition, sir."  Like Picture, Like Subject  Eastern Artist (in western log cabin)���������Whose picture is thia?  "My husband's."  "It is hung with fatal effect."  "So was my husband."  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  The gold  output of Australia continues to decline.  DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED  by local applications, as they cannot  reach the diseased portion of the ear.  There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional  .i^mefiieaJ_JMalacssu-is_caused by an^  inflamed condition of the'mucouslin-  ing of the Eustachian Tube. When  this tube is inflamed you have a  rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,  and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this  tube restored to its normal condition,  hearing will bc destroyed forever;  nine cases out of ten are caused by  Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.    ,  We will give One Hundred Dollars  for any case of Deafness (caused by  catarrh) thut cannot be cured hy  Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.  F, J. CHENEY k CO., Toledo, 0,  Sold by Druggists, 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-  pation.  A schoolmistress once aHkod a child  a question, "What is your name?" to  which the four-year-old replied. "Tom  Jones." The mistress wanting more  information as to the chilli's parents,  and where they lived, said, "Yes, and  what is your father's name?" and received thn answer, "Mr, Jones."  "All I" snid tho schoolmistress, "hut  whnt is hia other name? What does  your mother call him?" and received  tho answer,   "Old fathead .'"  Pains about Heart  Splitting Headaches  Caused   much   suffering  and  alarm-  But  all   is  well   now since  using  DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD  Nearly everybody gets serious when  the heart is affected.  Headache often tells of just as great  danger but headache is so common  that it often fails as an alarm signal.  You are never in greater danger  than when the nervous system becomes exhausted. For there is then  every reason to look forward to some  form of paralysis and consequent  helplessness of mind or body.  Sleeplessness, headaches, indigos-  tion, irritability, nervousness, loss of  4ateteatju^hiiigs_iUMttLEou and inability to concentrate the rrnndHare"  some of the symptoms of approaching  nervous collapse.  Let tho writer of this letter tell you  what Dr. Chase's Nerve Food did for  him when' in such a condition.  Mr. J. Law, 247 Hunter Street, Peterborough, Ont., who is employed  with the Peter Hamilton Co., states:  "For ������ long time I Was troubled  with severe splitting headaches, and  suffered a great deal with pains in the  region of my heart, caused no doubt  by indigestion. I procured a box of  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food and began  this treatment. Since using this preparation for some time, I can say  that 1 feel quite different and my  health is very much improved. My  digestion is good, and the headaches >'  and pains about my heart have not  troubled me at all of late. I can sincerely recommend Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food as a thorough cure for nervous  dyspepsia and its accompanying symptoms." ��������� ,,  You can rely on Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food to bring you safely out of trouble when the nerves become exhaust-  -g(L.b&caiis.e-it supplies Jn condensed  and easily assimuHecT form tlTinTP"^  gredients which nature requires to  build up new nerve cells.  In severe cases treatment must be w  regular and persistent but,,you., will  soon notice signs of improvement  which will give you encouragement  Why not get started on the road to  health today? Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food, 50 cts. a box, all dealers or  Edtnanson. Bates & Co., Toronto.  More Returns*  "Do you believe in this theory of  never come back?"  "Not altocrnthar. There nro poor kin,  coughs, collectors and cats,  Sago that is good for seasoning pur.  poses is grown in southern Europe. <  Hoped He Was Right  Old Dud���������Ah, ah, young man, so I  have caught you kissing my daughter  tonight!  Y. M.���������I trust there is no mistake.  The light is rather dim, and I Bhould  hate to think I'd made a mistake and  kissed the cook.  A MAKTYS TO HEADACHES 7  m.w��������� "tf, n l III!   ^���������       m-m,******  25o, a-Box at your druggist's.  wilt make life comfortable for you again.  They relieve the worst headache In 30 minutea or less.  Nation*! Drag aad Chamieal Company ���������< Canada, Limited,      ���������      .  91  Maatraal,  Let us buy a 50-cent bottle of Psyehine tproiiuuucied  Si-keen) from your druggist and give it to you  (free) to prove its great value.  Wi  ll's, Unircfrit Cure* Rum*, Etc.  W. H, U��������� No. III.  j    One n| the Lest fxiimpli's uf how to  -,tv,l   J. Mi-rs  irvurr-'.'tlv   i���������   tlmt   <i(   ia.'  snMhr who wmle home tn hi*    wife)  tin*    following   si'iiti'iii'e,    without   n |  ii.'.l..    ;t(,n  nr  ciillilini:   "May   In-uvi'll i  i ��������� hi n.li ;hiiJ kce/i ymi  Hum ..mu,-. in>,  i fid innately .lolm Don."  I       Your OrugicUt Will Tell You  I Murim- Kyti    Ueiiii'dy    r< lii'vi'*   Sor������,  I V,y>'*,     HtretiRtliciis     Wnik     F.yca, i  Iioi'sn't Smart,  Hoot lit*-*    Lye    I'ain,,  ��������� 'il   i���������)\i   lur We.       Trv   Murine  In'  ' Your   Hyei  und   in   Italiy'*   Lyi* tor i  tfriily V'yi'liiU and tirniiubitinn. 1 j  !    Ih's v-if.' bttnmlit- in Alt'- In i ftiuri-e,  im.I  iiliiei'l  it  In fun- hii:,,   Thi*������ Ami  , 1U--I-.)   iviih   thf   -ilv- ���������   ::���������   v,    -dnte'  nn I iilhd hi- urliiii    Xi-nt   -.,.. rt((|,|ii'i|'  ; mil hi- nankin nnd  put   i tn place,!  .ici-l -twiil baric r<---,������������-<'t?<ii' i  ���������    ������������������Wleit'- nil thi������'-" lu- :, i.,-..| in juir.i  | firi-i*    "Why il'iti ��������� vmi    . -i,,wi,.  \    "I saw you tip tin* wm.r vt tet\t*\  ! wll.'li  I  WIM nt  hill'h  wilU V(,i| yiUv.-r.,  jldiiv," ������li������. *������id. ' nnd  I  (,-.��������� I  u little  "jflanf.- uiymlf," '  1 by -urj.fi>..'. -dr.  Doem't Know HI* Name.  Tho curious ctifa ol n I,oridon gentleman who is in the unfortunate posi  tion of not knowing who hn is is occupying the Cacrsws (Montgomeryshire)  Hoard of Guardians. Many yimrs ago  a woman on tramp with a seven  months' old child, was admitted to tlm  house., Tho child bcctuno a found'  ling, went out into tho world, and  under nn assumed niimo has prospered  in Hie iiii>lropoli-<. ikcuntly ho guided a gixnl pout, but ho could not produce a birth certificate or give his  parentage, and had to relinquish the  munition, lie Iiuh now rutxirted the  Caomws (hinrdituiH to tho Uoeal Government Hoard for neglect in not having a record of who lie U. They, how.  over, cannot help him, and tho only  ���������mrson, it wits rujHirtod to the l������mrd,  who can eblvo tho myiitcry as to his  identity in un octogenarian lady at  Cfternw*. She, however, lendu a ro-  inance t" tlio story by roaoluUily keeping hot Him sealed,  Qr.tnwlch   Hill.  r../....1.-1.; :- h"-}- {*> ^ WOT!'1 bn*  hnd *n ������trancely varied a hiHtory or  played ������> important u part tu i.i- ...-  fair* oi men n������ that at Greenwich.  Tho gMiiiUi linn across tbe footpath  on itn *ummit it ihe meridian hunt  which tlm longitude on every Jlriti'.li  map and chart 1* calculated,  All Kng-  lUIJ*  lie l a  Ha  li,i������  !*j   A.n.  ........     .', ."  clock, There i������ a largo galvauo-inag  notic clock fixed on tlio outnide wait  of the obuervatory and divided into  twonty-frmr hour*. There aro ������ti'i  many who beliove tbi* clock in kept  going ky tho sun. They do not know  thnt the fixe:! ������tar������ aro the real time.  koeni-r* IfMH -*d.Mi llritidwr-- chei'l: '  their tlsily progrrs*. .  Fait Bowl big. |  Mt. fipoon*������r. the famous Lancashire |  ������rick<,ti<r, t*H* art amu-dm,* M>.ry nf j  th������  day*  when  In*  was  fk'btiiig   in  Soulh Africa,    fin one,. *nw n  *>li**ll I  rntne hurtling   ������b<ng and   )d<-ughing '  iUeff I"'" the bmni' vt'ldt tnrtli with- i  out   l>iir*t������ne*.   To hut  ert-.tt   nrmitw-  ment   he   heard    a   Tommy    say:  "Olkoyl    If  !'''  f"i'y  my  bat hott  I'd haw hit that lor nix." ,  Pnychlno In the greatest rltallty  btilMcr of tlie hrc,  Por thirty years Piychine has been  ciirlnK almost every dlicase that It (ino  lo itilt-dov>ii viuill.y.  Hun tl n* iU of tlimnntiili have mod  ItycliliiH wiili wonderful beneficial re-  ���������ulis.  Wp have rmlvnil thousand* of tin-  nftilelifd Milmnnlalii from |ii<������|)li?  r-.l-.mn ly-riilm* li������������ cured, ol in many  i-Ktii-������, lii)(H'iciiK aliments,  Then" ar������ still thonsanii of nnopla  mffiMliil*. from iIIhi'iho, lio*i*vcr, whom  I'ayrhlne can Ixuiotlt.  There are still t-hoummU who ������r������  trying to cult* Uininntflvei by wrong  tua/Viodi, whn arc tulng dangerous aii'l  hurtful mcillflnfi,  There are stIIUthnusanrtH wbo at������  Brartiully loiiiiK flnMr vital Ity���������from  whose body the tifceuury rosletliif  power to disease Is slowly but surely  slipping away.  Then* arc hHII thai* who soon will  hear thf di-eml "call In tlio nl({ht" If  *hey do not take prompt action.  T, ''. ��������� ,. Vv<* fh������ thrive inf>fi*R|f������,  vir. .  "Un us uuy a MiKenc injUk t.4 l\-v  chine fiom jour druglflst &D<1 K'Vfl 'l  to you, free, to prove Its great value."  Thst fiO-cent bottlf- of Piychine will  tell yon more powerfully thwi mere  ���������A,,n!.< can how Iroinen/lously benellcial  I'sychlne will ue nn you.  It will give you an unmistakable Indication of Its wonderful power to renew the bodily vitality, to strengthen  tha phagocytes (the white corpuscles),  tha p-''.did. . or scavenger! of tbe  body.  ���������   ���������   ���������  Th������ Rurglral Department of tha  .Tapanaip Arniv, In the .tarMi-Rusalan  **ar, first drew the attention ol Uh  scientific world to the function of tbe  white forpuseles of the blood or phmr  ocytes,  Foreign medical men were astounded  to see Japanese soldiers with wounds  <hat bad not been cleansed or dre****  tin daya, that wen* appsr������Btlf dirty,  ill-kept, and altogether uniaalUry.  ���������* Tn these dirty wounds healed wrtf-  ������������������/iieisly, ao army the world had er*r  known had nth a wonderful record  for the recovery of their wounded aa  the Japanese anny.  And all bucMUau the Japanese knew  how to let the while corpuscles cun,  There nre two kinds of corpuscles  In your blood, yuu knew, red aud  Will ie,  The red tarry nutrition, tha white  nre thu polkeuien or ncaveiigi-r* of the  body.  Whenever a dlsrnse germ enters the  body, iIiimc whlto cui punckM attack *n*l  llu-ully est tt,  A wound thnt utrncts <SUmt* germs  from ihe air is i'li>atiNci| mil heHlid by  bllllnns of phagocyte*, or white cor*  pufich'X, duvourlng tlitau un*������lcoiiie  ilUtiii*e germs.  Any dlieme run be enred hv these  white corpimcles If they be In ������iifHr*li*nt  number or strong enough lo attsek and  devuur the geiuu that cuius the din-  en ne,  If tliey urn net In BttCWi>nt numbers  or Strength, then the i|t������������'������ne germs  ������' Micm in,| rtl������������.������.*e claims the body,  Thiii's the pause of ovary disease to  which humanity u ti������ir.  ������   e   ���������  For rentnr'es fn* cure of dl������es������e has  been by means of herbe���������natuie's rente-  All,,  It la onlf within reeeni tlmi-* nm.  we have coma to know how these herbs  act.  Now rdentlc'i tell tn they Increase  the strength and numbers of the white  corpuscle* or phcgocyles.  In Psyehine we hsve am* of the  moat h'-idng snd beneficial herbs In  the world, herbs that increase and  strengthen the white corpuscles.  From Arabia comei one herl>. from  South America another, China ani  Japan produce a third, while the  Jungle of India yields a fourth,  All thee* lierha tr������ reeognlied by the  m*dleal profession as being the most  beaefielsl to benlth that they know.  That's why Ptyebine, in ibe tbltd nt  a c;������tnry It haa teen mnde. has enrei  h ,i eds of thousands of people who  ���������nffered frost the fellowiig dl-K ..-i-  ���������flfonehlnl CuughS  Weak I.iiiik*  M'enk Voluu  finrlnn WnkiiOM  Ji^rly Ooi linn  CawiThal Allu'i'ime  ('auirh-jftliuiiiavli  KliihtHwuaU  Olwilimla ('iiiiilw  >MryiiKltl������an<r  l������y������R imi*  Ja Orlppe  JIl'OlllllliH  Hi-iuoirixiKes  Kitra Throat  ^IIMIUllH  Kfiiimle VVuaknees  Imliat-filnn,  I'oto* Awiwilte  (IdtN and Kevan  H|,'f|>li"������nin*i*iiil  N������i Yim-i Trmililti*       ..,���������,. ,  ,  Afur-������IT������vU  of l>lniiHi.y, 1'niuiiinnlii And  U UHppe.  That's why we believe It will bi  beneficial to you,  Now we don't ask yon to take our  word for the tretinmdoiiiriy heni'lblal  effect of Psyehine, Kill out the coupon  below, mall It to us, and we'll give  you an order on your druggist (for  which we psy hlm the regular mull  price) for a Slkent bottle of Psyuhlnt  to bt given you free of cost.  We will undoubtedly buy and dlntrl.  htite in this nunner, hundreds of thou*  M������iuli of these 60 cent bottlei or Pay*  ChlHd,  And we do thst to show our entire  confldeuce io this wonderful preparation.  A confidence that has been bssed on  a,,, ia vctf** evfwrlenoo with thll  splendid preparation with a (un nun**  ledge o( lil<e .nut*!**, of tlioiiflMifl* nf  cures It has made.  COUPON No.  94  To the Or.  T, A. SLOCUM, Ud.  19)-l������* Spadifw Ave., 'Isromo,  I e<*eei*4. rent offae te trr a Me. hettle  ���������f IVuilMne (pronoonoed W keen) al  your a-njvwf. 1 nave not h������d ������ ant,  finitle of liifiihlim 'miter tlii* -,>,���������������'������������������  Kindly advl������������ my <iru������������-l<t ta deliver  IhlnWtllalouiS.  My Nana..  ...................  I   Town...������.....������.,.������������. i  HlnManil NumlMf   My "mug**-"*Name-, <   RtMetaa4 Namber   TnHrmmmrm mnn>-****) tnr*fOn hntlla  of Pnyolilwilf prw������et������d toihertiajrwin  -It M4W ������e������it tm���������*** will t������ *a buy  iht ***. Wil* ef PayrMna from r* ur  (It������tgi.i, ������-nJilln������-*t film frt.������������u������������>i.it r������  ymi. T5 *...# mar tie wttMr*** *l  *������������������!ti*v..xi������V������aiie, Hand ���������uupo*  l*-l������7- *" i***M*>t*r*#m^  \ s  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ii'  AN OUTFIT POR THE CO  EG'E GIRL  CHILDREN'S HATS  MOST bewildering nro nil tho new  fanclea for bonnets for the girlies.  Lace and lawn, flowers antl ribbons���������everywhere and always ribbon, in  all sorts of quaint und dainty arrangements.  Pink satin ribbon, for Instance, la  used In one hat as tubing around the  point where brim meets crown, and in  then formed Into tight, perky littlo howH  at the sido, Then thore Is n scarf effect  In qullloil two-Inch ribbon, with tho  bows In front edged with lace, And still  a third ribbon trimming Is loowcly knotted over tho brim, with the end knots  hanging a little over the edge of the hat.  Uut the hats themselves are ns charming us their "fixings," One wide-spreading hat Is of lightweight linen, sewed  tiver a wire frnmo, with, a, hl������li puffed  crown and lined with sheer lawn that Is  <���������<!iml all nround with wide vol. luco.  This luce edging forms an underrutlle  for the scalloped and embroidered llnun  above; and u huge bow of whlto taffeta  ribbon, tied n little to the left side unit  almost covering Hie crown, completes a  hut not tno elaborate for a child's wear  ond yot vory drossy Indeed,  Quaint and grnndinothorly, and yet  very dainty, Ih a poke bonnet of frilled  narrow lace, row* upon rows of It,  sewed on lawn foundation aiid mounted  uver Ihe wlro frame, A wide scarf of  white liberty silk ribbon tukoi up nearly  .ill the wpneo from edge-there Is no  brlm-to crown, and fastens with a little  puffed rosette ovtr each ear, ending In  long strings, which keep the bonnet on a  restless little head, A cluster uf tiny  white rosebuds, with tlurk green foliage,  Is placed ovor the ribbon at the extreme  lea. Tho crown Ig lined with authored  China silk.  A much simpler hat Is a dainty  linen one In sinihot shupo. This Is  made nf henvy white linen, with crown  and brim eeparate and fastened by  means of little pearl buttons, The edge  of the brim Is scalloped and buttonholed In course mercerized cotton. A  bandeau of linen ovor eurdboard gives  this hat a nice fit, The crown Is very  much puffed Indeed, and spreads over  nearly all tho brim,  A daisy In the midst of daisies will bo  tho little girl who wears the lovely laoa  and ribbon hat trimniod with wild flowers, The drooping brim Is made of a double rullle of wide |������ce, the tinder one  slightly longer than the upper. Tho high  rounded crown Is of sheer lnwn over  wlro, covered wllh Innumerable circular  rows of lace edging, A white ribbon  scurf, with ii Kronen bow In buck, en-  circle* the I.at, nml white and yellow  daisies are placed over It In a wreath,  eliding pnlynt the bf-fore-incntloned bow.  The shape Is really a (.'onlay ono, with  the luco flounces giving the shade-hat  effect.  There are many other hints for tbo  mother who likes dainty millinery for  her Aiuall daughter, I Tore, for Instance,  are bonnots of shirred lawn with liw-o  Insertion In iiltcriiutii rows, und of net  or |nco with colored rlMmn rallies, a/wJ  ot nut with liherunlo rallies nt ribbon  under the net, The variations are seemingly endlotte, and ench one Is more dis-  tmctlngly prMty than tlie one before.  Ro here is miggestlcm and occupation  enough for tho busy lumber of the littlest girl.  GOING to college? Here la an outfit that promises to send the  young woman abng an effective,  modish una Inexpensive way, tilling the requirement* of dny and evening  and combining gtylc wltfi the ever-attractive factor of a homo planning, Tho  piigo just from Purls stands for pructl-  cal adaptations of the best fall models,  nnd, although designed for the young  woman at school, gives a suggestion of  an entire outfit for any woman who  wishes to be well dressed,  liook at the striped one-piece dress la  tho corner. To be worn without a coat,  It gives a valuable garment for warm  fall dnys. Striped serge of a very lino  twill Ih used. Cheviot or, in fuct, uny  smooth woolen material would ba  equally successful fur this type of frock.  It le built on Klrnple, girlish linos. Black  satin lis combined with the material,  fuming the tumill revora ut tho front,  tlie square collar for the bnck uud the  under portions of tho sleeves, over  which tbe serge Is cleverly plmed.  Blnelt satin buttons give a tout* that  Paris Insist* upon Just now,  You will notico thut the sleeves of  serge ure extensions of the Viudlee~thi>  kimono Idea in another gitlse. A belt of  tho *Jtrit>od material Joins wrilsi to skirl.  and a broad bund 4s iwed on tho lower  part of the skirt,  If a suit be your Men-ami, nfter nil,  there must be opportunity to war  ���������hlrt-watats and blouses that must not  bo negleeted-the next model stands out  ua a practical suggestion. Dark gray  cheviot Is the material, nnd the trimming Is ot bands of the material and  black velvet, There ls a hint of the  Russian In. tho blouse nnd pep]inn, but  Uie long revers are fastened nt tne  front, and the edge below the waist  line slants over to one, side. A coat  sleeve Is used. Straps of the material  are placed over velvet cuffs und collar.  A leailier belt gives a Una] trig air.  Kvery one shuuld have u i.tgllftee for  the hours between occasions. Make this  of pule cose or blue flannel, and cut it  on kimono lines, with u front fastening.  The elbow sleevos are slushed on iho  outer aenm and the collar, front ami  Mleevcs nro embroidered ln scollops with  white. Just for varloty place a round  chemisette of ecru lace above the Hue at  the top. The girdle of the silk with tas-  aelod ends IioUIh In tho fullness ut the  waist lliui.  Voile or silk for afternoon effulns Is  sliuwil III Uut next model, Tliu upca-  meshed wcuve ut the blue voile l������ mude  over while silk or satin. Hands of dark  blue silk nrwitln to mutch the fabric are  used to outline thn modified round yoke  linn, They also nre placed In strips on  the bodlee und ������klrt. A deep hem nf silk  edges tho long tunic, while tht; under-  slip Is bordered with blue silk. The  slightly gathered voile of tlm tunic In nu  way detracts from the slonder line of  tho llguru. A collarlesi giilrnpe of Isce  and net haa full sleeves, find Is sep-  orate. For this costume two or three  changes can be quickly made.  Dotted net or tulle for tho evening  dress Is made with no other addition  than a lace collar and black satin girdle, Six horizontal tucks reaching to  iho knees form the comparatively  straight band at the lower edge, The  fullness of the upper prut of the skirt Is  hold In by these tucks. Iliilf-length  sleeves aro edged with throe tucks, A  flower form of hii tin Is placed at one  side of the girdle.  Htone gray broadcloth ninkos the long  sepnrute cout thai cun be forced Imu  evening duty, Bands of block cloth ed������io  the Inrge rolling collar and Ihe deep  tiirned-bnck cuffs, Two enameled buttons fasten the ci.it ut one side, Ilnild  Is used to eiuphiutlao Hie Hue uf trimming,  Let us look nt the huts. A hell-shaped  felt, with a trimming of wings ut the  luiek held by a buckle, Is the "cloche"  nt Its best, Tho bund nround ihe crown  umi tlii* facing ure of hluck velvet,  Por 'ho brum! hut u gruy felt, wltb  two flexible qulllu ut Ihe side, s lives the  problem, while black eiitln IliieiJ witn  sliver Hnd trimmed with ri huge bow  placed nt thn buck will convince you of  Its practical style,  From this sevtot nny woman should he  nble tn plan -in mil til fur the next six  months, And If college days are In the  golden past, each one nf the collection  hold* suflgMtliin for separate garments,  The Toilet Counter  A I.I, sorts of compact manicure sets,  ��������� In several of which oil tho rest  et  tlie set  Is  contained   In   the  buffer, whioh opens like a box.   r  A salve box equipped with a glass  lining, which protects the box from discoloration by the sulvu,  Flexible bath brushes, consisting of  fourteen linked brushes the nit* of a  'hand Imifti. each with a cord handle  nt either end,  Slicks of perfumed nlum and glycerin  sullh'lont to last a lifetime, to bo used  lur'en ih nud burns nftor shaving���������u toilet  "kink" for men.  Powder sheets, pot In a book, but In  u package tlmt Is iiuidri self-dlsiienelng,  so Umt pulling off one slutit brings  tlm  next  into  view,  Botnl-trunepnrant, groasetess brllllun-  tInn, in Niii-ii form, put up In an aluminum I'd Ml.  Nnu   ini|l������ii   In   crayon   form,   each  crny.iu v.Iih ltn Individual luig.  Powder boxes of curdboiird covered  wiih glims, very Inexpensive, and Just  ready fur jour favorite powder.  Latest French Fashion Notes  Hat Trimmings Th$ Coming Colors  PLOWKHB ura no moro to be seen on  the bost Purls huts; fomhors hnv������  entirely taken thoir plaee, Hlack  nml   white   nutrleh   plume*   nre   first   In  favor, especially In the willow curl,  i'aiudi������������ >t<fti������ti������i������ in lne "AMU iii.i.K*  ������rovalso popular with the Parisienne,  though fortunately most of our really  well-dressed women refuse to wear  foutliors that are obtulned al the Q*a-r"  no much -daughter, %  Black and White Eton  A MONO the new eton suits sent, out  by the purls dressmakers msy he  noted cream-colored moire sulta  with square blnek sailor collars of mom-  sellnt d������ sole, and also black satin suite  with white tilth iu!|or collars, llnt'luil  with a double row of gilt buttons down  the front of the short JiirkH.  In black and while fabric combine-  tlons white silk with a black velvet  -Urlpe has been seen.  Tllld colors which fashion decrees far  the coming seusun ure, according  to a Paris authority, as fallows:  violet   lnvnnilp*   prune color unit nival  purple; ecru, cafe au lull, torru cuita,  lil utile, tfU,q<SII, lobavto ...i"' '"..'i  brown; Kussluu, clover le.if, iiilgiiuiiettu  and duck green; parrot, mivy, royal,  Wllhultnlutt anil .Nattier bluo; silver,  lavender, shite und mouse gray und  Muck.  Tho prominent mixtures will be  white and bluck, which is a very different thing.  Kvery color of the rainbow seems to  he here, and yet how many, Including  reds, plnka and yellows, are omitted!  In millinery there Is lew choice, the  pronounced favorites being violet, lav  ������������������uder, rnyiil purple, uuUe. )>h������iis'.tnt  brown, royal snd parrot blue anil geranium snd the vsrlmii inne* of iirsv.  The women who U lining her "tripping  for even ss late s* next spring may  safely take her ch -!<������������������������ fiom the** shade*.  PARIS, Sept. 1.  A lilt roada in the fashionable  world leml, ul present, tu tlm  mllllnerii, Despite the fact tlmt  the Purlsicnno Is busy socially  wllh ruciiH uud utternoou entertainments, put to mention tho round of  jili'iir-mro In the evening, there Is still  time for little visits to the great de-  u|i������.,r^,.  Home of the smartest hats, of Hm  siu.itier i>pe, nrn ibe clochii umdes.  These, you will remember, me reminiscent of th������ mushroom bats, wllli u  decided bell shape. They are of felt,  velvet and fur, and nre trimmed wllh  ribbon bows at (he back .ir with plumes  *--U      t, ������ ll *\A,  lllack v Wet facings on satin beaver  ere still g.iml, i/.wi* Is showing sumo  beautiful chapeaux. The large low huts  with enormous brims und ovnl crown*  nn* favored by tills house. One bis k  velvet shape has a puffed crown of dull  gold la������t, wtth * mate falling over tie  ��������� ���������ige. Plumes are the priruipui trimming, Osrlse plumes an dark blue velvet nm tiseil by thin milliner, wl'h J '  nn great suceena us this color eoinbitt-  tlon has met wllh In the realm of Ores*.  Turbans and other small hats In* r  very blah crown*. ������������>me nf which sn>  ovnl.  Patnys Is exploiting wings ** trimming, One of the most effective models  In of white lieu ver with un uv.il crown,  and tiny while wings like a butterfly at  the side. Other wings nre law. In  pairs on tiirbutis, (Handing In a high  l������!ind nround n crown nr tmtrefullv  drooping over the Imlr, llie wings ure  1'' veiling  ni-uiy  of  the bats Imve  the under frill of lac, or chiffon velvet.  As for couta, they seem to be lengthening, ii nd the skins ure acquiring a  ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������    ���������  ���������*���������  ..,%  .,    ...   ..   . ..... -  materiii 0r shirring bold in th* fulli****  and preserve (he slender lines  Hlmpllclty |s tbe keynote for evening  gnwn*, Fringe of gold orellvrr is minli  used on while imtln,  HecliiifHiuvId show a white tulle  model  trimmed   with   bunds  of bt*t<-k  ���������"hlff    A t,..icr itr*,������e yt*,'..; '*..     ,  ���������'. U  the girdle with its brilliant disk -f <-v.nr:  the   l.Wc   Itlmnnn   ttmmy, i   -,,*,   ���������-'������������������'-neil  with thr������- tiiimls of iklffoii 1-;      **x-t  cetiie,  ���������rtm toueh nf h'.ncb *u\\ c*-':'".--  ������������ te  bo given to many costumes, nnd enm������  MfiiiiiniM nf bi.ick nml white nre In  ���������vldenee. The Ney Hoeurs have many  attractive black snd white modo|s. White  moussellne ovor bluck chuntllly lace;  black olilffon over whlto sutln, and bluck  and white striped voile d������ solo over  brlllisnt cerise are some of the other  /���������t.-.m'tt, -I     ���������  ���������������������������  ���������    II -.If ������������������ Iti       ll(l������       *>nln*  Siheriie.  Many of the most attractive hand-  Uu������ nt* irnoieime in sl(... Iin,| Are  r*rtle4 nn long, thick mr.*, with ta������*������'W.  For lute summer the hnndbuim nf fabric  nre still In vogue, llrmli-rle unglulse over  bUrk ������^lJn or eitinre.1 fotindatlnn* I*  wii  n.i   tunny nf  me  ;i|:einooii hugs.  KptMklng uf this Kngflsb eyelet em*  timid, r,- gives but ons more ii|iisirturilty  in m.iifiu lix praises. It ie used hi cum-  blnrtilui wltl chiffons, velvet* nml  v������i|!.������, fi'iinctlmes H Is siiRgteled under  layer* of net nr tulle, und at other  tlnw* it hs bravely allied with material  en tue surfaee,  Hlack velvet is quit" the material.  *-v*nir,(. wraps, ,*'!)>;.������-", ,������'>������-"������ end  ttlmnJngs lire ufi.irr it������ 'way. Il^ta  of Wwk velvet ������f������ faced wtth strew  f.rf th* l������t# tjinuitr. KLtilHIi.  Lrose Shoes  QI'ITH .������ bud ns tno tight shoes,  iipitnst which wo nre ulw������ys  wnrned. urn too louse ones; ibey  cuuso corns iind biinliiiie und often produce lliilttiilng of the arches, Tbe  woiiinn With tbu peculiarly slwped foot,  who ru mint ge| sliiie* eguctly lo fit her  exu.pt when mode to order, simnlil gel  them ii Ullle ton ting rather thun n  littlo ton wide; It u the lesser of two  evlln,  Autumn Shoes  TIII'J sdvunee style-* for imiumn  hUhi-h urn In. Pay ������lt������fitl������ri (n  ilieni when buying >our new  slioe'i, sn ih.it ymi ale nut fuuU'ii Into  buying iiii iijii-fiislilmied pair.  ������n<-    miiM    iiimiiiiitiiit    ii'iiilii.-rs   uie  <���������������������������''���������    '���������>.'    ..,. 1    ....  * ���������     , . 1    .,  Iiili'iil    l.-Slln r    in    ininMii.'lli.ii    wltb  rlotii ur kill tops,  lur  iiteMS,   joti.'iit   kid   viniips   wllh  \I.Ml     ,l|l<l     ,-01111     liipllillgn     Ol III,,     llf  ni,iriii,    Kuinii   curded   nnd  snlf-ilKore'l  I, I < k ���������.  lu.ii'k ������iiri|.' topping- ������rti nl������o smen.  ,tiil i. few In,.v. ii������ mul ,|iil, i .mipirs  I n.-sc, |.io, l,-.ve pulf|ii lt-.d|ici   \sui|,K.  fl������-i l������ lire Iml ������., high us recently;  V* Itiilif* i������ the highest for ilny wear,  Vsiiijis art- n.irly nil shuri; if ������������u  gel   ti  Itmgir  vuinp,  you   roust  gel  a  l-n.'i i  li.ci nl-,  Tnr* ere Mlber round .ir long; Ihe  tiiftt-r sn fr������ tiibli'r nml ni'.r^ tnvnrrel  l>V   rrnllj   In-uiiiiMlue   wmilili  Ti.ps ore rather high and ttanllng,  bfing lung,r in fi int lK*n In |,a.'k, THE   NEWS,   GOTBESLAEPi j^gff-^^Mg^
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'TUESDAY, Nov. 2.ind,     MO,
District ni Httj^o t-
1'AKE in tic   tha*. Lilm Elc.au' r J.-n in-.
��� a, of */wiviniv r. li C occupation,unr-
ri d woman. int��i*d�� t'i apply tr wrmjs-
n to puroliiise    h�� followmif desc.ihed
in ds.*���L.E.  Jcukin-oii'8 IS.Ai.   c >rucr,
O-mmenoii-s at  a  post pin. Ud at the
north east corner nf .S*cliuii 1, Towuahiu
���it, choeco we-t 160chains, tUapoe north
muni or loa* t-i Gtorcia Liko,
Form.No. 9.
Form of 'Notico.
Count Disttict,
District ot Range -.
TAKK nottde tli .t  Willimn   Leek,   -J
Vancouver, occupation Engineer, intern!*
to apply for permission to purchase tlio
following ilcBCribed Inndi*.���
(.'oiumeuoiny; nt a pust planted  on the
*-���,'���> chains,   _ -    .   .   .
Uvnce east aloi.g the lake snore to Town
.tup line,. th��noe south 38 ohains more or  beaoh about ouo aud a h*lf milos J*nsutU
l-*�� to place ot o-niuionceiueut oouuriuiuK \ Eual {rom lhe South jj^t porw.r 0f c. Ii.
noi ttieiisl corner of No 6, being four
miles north, of ihe south .vest corner of
Nu i, thence north So chains, ihence
west 8o chains, thence sou'.h 8o chains
ihence eist So chains to iVc point of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Name of Applicant.
Dated June 4, 1910.
Form No. 9.
Form of Notico.
Coast Distriot, Range 2.
TAKE NOTICE that Burton Hoi-
laud, 0! Vanoouver; occupation, ao-
cftuntant, intends   to af ply lor PO
Form No. 9. -
Form ot Notice.
Ooast District, Range 2
TAKE   NOTIOK   that  John   M.
Stewart, ol Vancouver, occupation car
pentor, intends to apply lor   pui-wi*-
510 uoros, mure or lwts-
Wm. Leslie, A��i.��t.
Dated Juno 23rd, 1910
coast land district
...., ��� - o- ���- ��� ���'   '*
District ot Ooapt. liuu^e 2.
Townsend" oi    Vancottwr,  B  0 !
pentfemom, intends to ���* i*piy for par-
miaijfon to purohane ihu -followint:
described lands:    CovinuMichtfc ut a
poiH plante:! about 7  tiiilwi   north
and 2 milea eaet of  iho   rioutbeiul
corner of CL 3358, theuce south 80
chains,   *henco   west   80   clmitii',
thence norih SOchuitv. thence east
80 chains, to   post   ot'   commence-
meut, containing 640 acres, more or
Dated July 27th, 1910.
District of Co&tst, Range 2.
TAKE NOTICE thnt Frank W.
Let-son, of Vancouver. 15 C, hroker,
intends to apply for 1 ennwiou to
purchase the followi g doscrihed
lands: Commencing ��� at a post
planted about 7 mile.- north and 2
miles east of the Bout ;n a��i corner of
CL 3358. thence i.onh 80 chaina,
thence east 80 chains, tlience south
80 chain?, thence woi 80 chains, to
post of commencement,
more or U-.-s*.
DMrict or Ruuort.
TAKE NOTICE   thit" Lilh Florence
[ JeukitiB'-b, of Vafluouvi-r U.  tl. o-cupHli'-n
^Suiu��t<sr, intends to apply for uruii Biou
to purchn*�� die f��H'>\vii,jj 'U'HC'ibij'i taudat
ComoienciiiK at   *   pott   plautoi   at   th<*
norih east conii r or  Rtn-tion  86,  Tuwu-
tiiiip 'iti, Uiuuco soutli  SO chuius, tlience
went 80 th.tin',  thvi-oe norih   80 chains,
���hoi.o east 80 uhsiua to   idee  of   Ot.-m-
mono, mmii, co. taining t>10 scr.s moro
or less.
VVui. Leslie, Agoui,
Dated Juue 21st 1910.
3358. theuco North eiRiity (80) clitius,
theuco Rut eighty (80) iluo-a, thence
South (80) ebuiuB, thet-co Wo��t (80)
chaina, to poiut of coo raooociuont, cou-
tiiiuiiij; six huudruii und forty attics, moie
or lcs4.
NaUlo ot AppiioiDC
Dated June 4th, 1910.
District ��f Rupert
TAKB NOTICE that faddy Clement
Blythe, of Vanoouver, B, C. occupation
Logger, inteui-'s tm appl., for permission
tocuroha��e the fo lowing described laui's:
CkiuiiuencinK at a pott plani��d ar. tho
southeast curotr of Seo-
don 13. township 21, rucked V. C. Bly-
thj S. E. comer, thence n^.rth 80 chai-e,
thtnoo wVbs 80 ohdi'.a, thenoe south 81)
ohaius, thenoo esiat 80 chiitit) to place
vou'ineuc^uieut',   oon'-niuiug   610  acres
more or Ian*
Wai. Leslie, Ageut.
Dnted June 30th, 1910.
Form No. 9,
Form of Notioe.
Coaet District,
Didtrict of Range 2.
TAKE notice that Vemu Leek of Vancouver, oouuputiou Spinster,  intends to
apply for yerniisBnn to purchase the fol-
I lowing desoribed lauds;���
Communcing at a pout planted nt the
North West ooruer tf N��. 1, thence Went
eighty (80) otiiiiiiB more or lo 8 to C. L.
3358, theuce Ni rth eighty (8;)) chaios b-
Iouk O, L. 3358, the,.ce Eaat eigh'.y (80)
ohuins, theuoe Sooth eighty (80) chaina,
tj the poiut of couiiBiiiiceuieut, oontain-
mg six hundred und foity (G40) uciea
more or less.
Nome of Applicant.
Dated June 4th, 1910.
Form No. 9,
Form of Notice.
Coast District.
District cf Range 2.
TAKE NOTICE that Walter Leek, of
Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands; Commencing
at a post planted at the northeast' corner
of No 4 (being three miles north of the'
southwest corner of No 1) thence north
So chains, thence east 80 ch.\ins, llicnce
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
to the point of commencement., containing six hundred and   forty,  640,  acres,
more or less.      WALTER LEEK,
Name of Applicant-
Dnted June 4, 1910.
miles west -. ._
No.l, thence north 80 chains, tbenee
weet 80 obft*ine,th��uce south SO ebaine
thenoe e��Bt SO chuius, to tbe point ol
coreioieDOemeat, eciuuiaing 640 aores,
more or lees.
Nemo oi Applioant,
Dated June 7th, 1910.
Form No, 9.
Nol, theuce uorth 80 obains, tbenoa
west 81) oh ain 8, tbenoo south 80 chains
thenoo east 80 ebaine. to tbe point of
commencement, containing',640 ncres,
mote or less. JOHN M.STEWART,
Name of Applicant.
Dated June 6,1910.
Form No. 9.
District of Ruport.
TAKE uot'oe tbat Wiuitan Robins'��,
of Yauoouver, B. U, occupation Stiits-nau
i:itoudK tu npy(y for pcr-iisHJii tn p��r-
chiise tbe fniiuwiig d-sciibcil hind-: C"tn
uiuUoiug at .^t a p /ot planted at ihe S. E-
corner of Soc.ion 'ii, Tnwuthip *21, murii-
od W. Kooinsou, S. E. ooiusr, thunoi
uurih SOciiuiiia, thence West. 80 chaiiia,
tlience ooutu 8J ciitnu-,   theuco   e-st  bO      ._���...
m(f 640 acres, m-r��r .,r Uus
Win. Le3he, Ageut
Dated Juie 30th, 19l0.
Dated July 27tb, 1910.,
District of Coast. Range 2.
takb notice that (iaorge iifore,
of Vancouver, B.C, broker, intend*
to apply for permiuei. 11 to parcliiu-c
the following described UuuU: Com
Hieticti.gata poet plumed about ,
miles north and 2 mi e.�� w- of the
southeast corner of Ci, 3368, thenco 1 e-l-r. i-.teuds to apply f-r p,.rm:8.i..i. v
.1      RCi   chaina    thiMice weH 80  >��chv9B ti.ofollov,uiKdocr1i>el   Duds:
north . 80  Chains,   u,n�� *;,, uo mm-noiug  at a uu��t plnuted  m  th
chtuiis,   thetic-i   BOUtli   w  C"1111^;  nn-tUeu-it comer ..ifS.ction  12. ThwkIhi
east   80   oh'iin-i *.o V0K* p.* J2I, 'honee i,-nst 80 ehaii**, thmce B.uil
4U chaiiiu, tln-nca wtHt ifi ohiii'is mo e 0
Form No. 9,
Form of Nutiee.
Coiwt Diutrio*,,
District of Rhiige 2.
TAKE notice tlmt Elaoor Leek of-Van
uouvt-r, occupaiioa  Murr;ed ��oinan, in-
t*.nds to upply tor p,rii,iisioii to vurchane
tho following described lands:���
Form of notice.
Coast District Range 2.
TAKE NOTICE tha   William   H.
Whaien, ol Vancouver, occupation,.gentleman, intends to  .ipply for permission
to   purchase    the   following    described
lands: Commencing, at a post planted at
the north  east corner of* No. 6,   bein��*
lour miles north of the south west corner
of No. 1; thence north 80 chains,, thence
east   80 chains, thence  soulh 80 chains,
ihence   west 80 ohains, to the   point   of
commencement, containing- six hnndred
i��id forty, acrts, more or less.
Name of Applicant.
Dated June 4th, 1910.
Form oi Notice.
Ooast District, Range 2
TAKE NOTICE tliat Alex F Brera-
ner, of Boston, occupation engineer,
intends to apply tor permission to purchase tbe lollowioir described lands:���
Commenciug at a post planted at tbe
uortheisc corner 01 No 12, being lour
nsi'es nortb aod two mile* west of lb--
southwest oorner ol No 1, thenoe north
80   attains,   thence  east   80  ohaius,
hence south 8>0 chaius, tuence west
80 etuiofe, to the point of couimenc<-
rutjut, oontaiiiint; 640 aeros, more or
Name ot Applicant.
Dntei Juue 7,1910.
Form No. 9. 'Form of Notice.
Coast Diatriot, Range 2.
-     mm��� vc��
TAKE NOTICE that Alexander McFhee
of Vancouver,   ocoupatiou, carpunter,  iu- -
tonde to apply ior permission to purchase
the tollowiug desoribed laudsi���Commencing at at a post plnuted at the north west
oorner of No. 12, beiug four miles north
aud three miles weet of the south weat oorner of No.l, theuce north 80 chaiiw,tlituc6
weat 80 chains, thenco eoutli 80 chaius,
thence east SO cbains, to tbo point of commencement, coutaiuing 040 acres, more  09
Name of Applicant.
Dited June 6th, 1910.
I);.triet nt Kupttrt.
TAKE NOTICE that I. E (ward T��nr.
j icy, tit Vi.u^-uv'-, B.C., oicuiiauon, Trav-
80 chains,
tlience east ou cWin-i '.o )>w\ ol
coiumencenjeut, conitininin 640
Reres, mor^ or less, gicouok moub.
Dated July 27ih, 1910.
D;it,vicl- ot Ki^'irt,
, TAKE NOTIOE that Uutli Ke^iaCl.rK
ot Vancouver, B, 0,, cu..up;-.tiou inarried
wotutiu, in'cuds to applv f.r pwuiiiiHiou
to purchase tho followi.-.? ..liSori'-eJ hinds:
C'lUiituuclunK at a piflt ^liuiud ut thu
Ui.'Utii eiiHt oumer of Hioti'U I, lWu��hlp
21,'henco north 80oliuin��, thnuoe went
80 chains, theuco south W ulrMun, tbuice
��Bit 80 ehiinH to plaoo of oouiuiuusumeut,
���untuiuing 610 ncros, mor' or I.m*,
Win. Leslie, Agent,
Dated June 21st, 1910.
ten. to Oiorxm Lnl:e, ihti'.co wnlnrl\
along noi tn ilioni of lake 95 chain-i, rucn*
or lasi to where action hiie lioiw en Si*c.
12 nud 18 iiiturspctH In'-'e, thuuii- eu��i 6>i
oluihiH morn or loa< to plnco of commeni'"'
iHi'.ut "ifiCiib.'d mi pint 80 chiiuB to N. E-
ouruor, li Tho ul y, containi-tr (JlOavrcn.
moro or bn-. EDWA1U1 TIIOIULEV.
Wra.Le.,lio, A*<Hut.
Da'ed June 28th, 1910.
North Went ooruernf No. 1, tlio-ioe Nurtl
eighty (80) chaius. thence Ease (SO) i-hniiis
thenco South eighty (80) chains, thencn
Woat (80) chaina, to puint of couimeuct-
mout, co .taiuiuj*�� Ak l.undi-ed audfoity
acres, moie or leaa.
Name of-Applicant,
Untod June 4th, 1910.
Form No. 9.
Form No. 9.
Form of Notice,"
Ooast District, Range 2.
TAKE NOTICE that John Morav-
ic, of Vanoouvtr, occupation coustruo-
tor, intends   to apply for permission
to purchase  the   following   di-soribed
landBt-Commencing ct a post planted
at the northeast corner of No 14^ bi~
ing   five  miles north and two n ilcs
west of the southwest coruer ot No 1,
tlunce north 80 chains,  thenoe   went
80 chainfi,  thence   south   80 ohains,
thence east 80 obains, to the point ol
con.nienccmciit, contiunin�� 610 aGreB,
Eorm No. 2.
District of Kupurt,
TAKK NOTICK that Liorne Noi man,
Wursley, of Vnncouvor, P.O.. oo*up��tton
booK-koopar, intends to n\iAy tor \mrtni*-
nl Hi to   (mrcharb the folnnvum; diuuribtnl
hmds:-C'lmracuoiny ut u ���o��t pUnkid at
the  uiu/i wcit ouru-ir nt .'i-ol^ii 18, to*;!
t-hip8, pom inarKod U, N   VV'or��lav'�� *���
W.onriiAr, ttienco ea��t 80 chain*, tbiuitw
uorth t>0 (ilmus, Uiouou   west 80 chnins,
the:i'*e iviUth 80 ohaliiH t> puco.f mm-
m�� ijoiuout, coutaiuing Uio Moren, mor.
ur 1 jss.
Wm. L-��Ut\ Agu��l,
D.t.d Juno yjih, 1010, .
Dihtriot nf Ru(H>rt.
TAKE NOTICE thai I, Miuuivd Bow.
dou, of Vuuoouvtr, 11. C, ot-ouoiuion mi-
iog enijintor, into, ds 10 apply for piinim
sion to puictinari the  fullowmR deicnbud
limdi;���Cniiimmtci.ij! m 11 pout pluntid lit
the nouth went connrof Mtotton 2, Town-
hhlp 21, th'iiou i,or hBOob'iim,  thuiue
-,att'8o cbnl'H, U101100  south 80  chairs
th01,00 <* '...t 80 cliainH, to pltiUM of comm-
onuonient, i>jutiiiiii.>{ (ill) >cre-, moru or
Wm, Lmiui, A|,eiit,
Dutod Juno 21st, 1010,
Form N,i. 9. I
Form of No:ice,
Const Din iiot Rai.geS,
TAKK NOTICK th-t Kiul.uriuo Brown,
o..oaiiiitiim  widow, -'iiiiends  to apply for
p rmis*imi t�� pu.chane the f linw ing de-
surided  lands:   C miuiinoug  at a pust
|j|iiiitedat tlio ui'itlivu-i o-irnor of  No 2
(htiugtwi mile�� north 01 the smithwu.t
oornor of No 1) thanoi ' orch eighty' [SO)
cliiiins,  thuuCii wc t 1 ighty (SO) chuius.
tliouce south eighty (8'J) cluiinB,  ihuuo<
rati eighty 180]chains, to tho  point  if
oomiueiiceoieiit, ooutniuiuK Ax huudved
hi d forty [610) acr��'��, nioio or less.
Name of itppliuont
Doled Juno 4, 1910.
_________ ,
Form No. 0.
Form of Nonce.
Coast District.,.
District of Range 2.
TAKE NOTICE that George Whaien, oi Vancouver,occupation, contractor
intend-- to apply for permission io  pur-,
chase   the   following   described   lairds
Commencing ai a post planted about oni
mile west from the north west corner ol
No 2, being uva miles   north   and  two
miles we-st of the south wast corner of No
11 thence north 80 cnains, theuca east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, more or
lc-.s to C. L. 3358, thence west, 8o chains
along said license to point of commencement, contamihg 640 acres, more or less.
Name of Applicant.
Dated Juno 4th, 1910,
Form No. 9.
D'ntficwtf Ku^urt,
TAlvl.' NOTICK thut .v#jili��n Ho.th.
��.f V��i��dimv��r, B. C, ocupAt'iiH, book-
k^rpvr, iiHiiiiiU to apply fur p-uuiN��i"i> ti.
puroluHC thn following dim> ilird laml-:-
8. .South, N.W, oroner. v'uuiniuiiuiiig al
*�� pint plft.,,i*il niiToWuHiiip 1 ne st ��on 1,
end piir nf Cuorgia Lak>, llie me miUtl,
IM iiiiains, ,nore or Iirh to thu guurU-i
pom Ut.we m *K)tioo 81 mil DO, Towi
dip Ouid-'O. thciHO est (0 elitinn
th��nC'i noith if* ulmiuH. th-lino went 4'
ih ,n m, til-nc.i HJiith '2 1:11 un 0 (ilaoii ii,
auntU4iuuoiiH nt, ooutu nl i| 040 icret-,
mt) a ot lon*.      HTEl'lll-N ,*<C ��TH,
Win  L.��jn-, Agent
DAvd June 23r,|, 1910
1     RUI'HUi hAbii iiinnm.*
l)lHill,l ��� l  .,..-,,.
TAKK NOi'K K tlmt Jul.. HrnMno, 0
VniMUM. M C . o-mu , i ��� , broker, ii,
ti ii Ih tu Mi-ply for penn >>i m to puuliu-i
thc lulliiwInK d'-HCiil>od mi in;���C nuuinii
rir'f ��i .�� vo��t ,1'tiuU-d I iiiii mi'ill imi'
t'l.rm-r ni .vctiiiii .�����, ....,:.'. ''
A-iUth tii chidtH, thenvi w.��* t ���')��inut.r
tiiHnoo ui>-*n Vichui' ., lu'ii" ��,4Ut hi
ihiitiiitu A'W el c'lllimuii* e niuwl, iiui,
$i��iinn< tk'i nctmi, tit'-r*- ��������� 1 ...
JtlHN  1 l( KIMK,
'*x iu   it  ;i., A,,cnt
lMtdJi.i.0 21 t, 19.0-
Dmtriot of U ip' ri.
TAK1*. NOTICK tha  Ala Kle��ii��r Jci ���
l mm, A  nu����at��t, OC,    cupUi'ti
J,!,,|��1 ���(-, tl< t, i���t*'Hif t     ���PI1'*  ��"r li'""'""'
ti 1 ���'- i.n ���' ����� 'bm ti'if'intt nimtttba*'
,��Mo-:-���<". -*i. r-flri-i.:* nip **�� V'���**������**l t*
-,,. ,-*), -<** 1 ��� rn ' tl tn.i-i: "4. I��iv ���
nh'p '**''. ��'>"'>'���'" �������"���**��� " " ���������������< **���'***'���
mni *��� *.l��-t������������. t***-*'1' ���-���*l��*- m *-'����� ��"
liune "���: t ���", ���' ���,l"* ' (1 "' ''' ''''l,!
Hi     -*i da*, v  nl-(..���'-, *'��'  ���'������*������' on-
DUtriot >.f Unpen,
TAKK KOTU-E thit lluidcu Aslihy, A
Vnuonuwr,  N. C��� luoupatiol),  mnrrkvi
woiu.ii, inUiudn to iippl) tor  ]>e'Ui neiu
ii purulutMi tin. folluiviiig di'i-ciibiul lumL:
OjinuiOM-i'iK ut �� pout  pliinti'il   at  thi
snub ���.**. noruur  ul  hi-otimi iim, Town-
xhip2l. theuue  m-rtu 80 chd a, th��,.cc
Wuhi HO ohiiin*, ihcnuo unuth Mil chulim,
thenw* 'U't 80 chninn. to phun' o' uhuiih-
'i c<Miii,ut, c.iiitulHiug 01U norm, ��mru or
Win. Uinliti, .Agent,
Dut����dJuiiw21st, 1910.
Cbok's Cotton Roct Ccmpouai
Ttm oroat I'terliwi Toulu, anil
lily _mii��   (jV(,i<;ti.iH) Montldy
term oi Notice,
(.'oust Uistiiat,
Diutrio. <f Range No
TAKK NO TICK thai Annie Bremner, or
IWtou, occupation epii'Ht>r, iutcndii to apply for p*rtt��8ion 10 pincliasii iho (ollow
ic-K ih'PO 'ibeil land-: Uminiwiuiiig at a post j
pnvii��i4 nt tho noi'tlnnst turi.cr of No, 'J
[lieiiig two mil���� iioi'th ot die Homhwom
ornor of No, 1) theuco nonh eigh y [80)
uliitim),  th-iioo  cam tighty (80) chuius
theuce ��< uth 'iglity (So)   uhaiua, tiicnw
wo t oi(,hty [80) i,lminn 10 i-ulitt of com
uioiumnuut, ouutiiiiiing t,ix huiidrnd aud
tat* (010) houh, moro or lo��s,
Nnttut of Appliofti t,
Dnted June 4, 1V10,
Form of Notice.
Coast District Range 3.
TAKE NOTICE tli it Robert IJ. Ellis
of Vancouver, i>raipKiirm,hi-oker, inien-ls
to apply for permission 10 purciiase the
following described lands: Cii'iiuieiKinp,
at a post plained at iho south west corner of No. 10, being two miles north and
two miles west of the south west corner
of No. 1, thence norih 8�� chains, thence
west 80 chains, tlience south 8�� chains,
more nr less, thence east 80 chains, to
point of commencement, containing 640
acres, 11.01 c or Uss,
Numu of Applicant,
1) itcd June 4th, 1010.
m*Hnw*tim ���earnee
Form No. <).
Name of A"pplToaDT
Dated Jhne 6,1910
Form Ro 9.
Form,ol Notice.
Ooast Diatriot, Rttugo 2,
TAKB NOTICE that. Jonai-h  Mor-
���ivic, ot Vanui'iivcr, occupation enjjio-
���f r,'intend�� to apply tor ntrn.iiston to
l/tirchase tne jolluwiui;described lauds*.
Ciimnnncing nt a post planted at thi
nuTihtast oetnor if No 14, rtiug fix*
miles north and two miles wear of tb-
m u-bwi-stoornar ofN  .1, tint ce north
80  chaiua,   theuce  east   80  chains,
11 unce south 80 cnains,theneewesi8U
chaios,to the point  of  ciroineooi-
tneul. oontuining  040   aarn*, more or
Name ol Atpli^ant.
Datod'JtiiiM 0.1010
Form No 9;
Fi'.rrn of Notioe,
Ooast Di trict, Range 2.
TAKE   NOTIOE     that     William
HatiMH, ot ViMiOiiuver, oooupation tote
nmn,ititenuH to apply .'or pirmifsioi
tn purcbi^Ho ihe   lollowing   thuneib.d
binds,���Commevic.iiu*, At�� posdilauteo
Geast District, Rango 2.
TAKKNOTIOK that Naomi McPhee,
of Vauoouver, occupation, nmiried woiuun
intends to apply for permission to purchase thofollowing described land*: C"iu
menciug at a post planted at tho uorth
west coiuer of N��. 14, beiilg flvo miled
north, aud three.miles wust if the south
west ooiuor uf No. 1, thence north 80
chains, thouce west 80 chains, theuco
south 80 chains, thenoe east 80 ciiaios, to
the point of coniinducement, ��ontnii.iiig
ti40 iiorc8, more or les*. ,
; . Name of Applicant,
Coast District; Rungo 2,
TAKE NOTICB thn Lewis J. Bull, of
'Vai-conver,. ocoiipuiiod, foreman, intends
to npply for  purmiksioii to purebnto   the
following de6urib��rt  land?: i-ummcncing
at n post planted at the' north.wet. t coinir
of No. IC hciug i'ix%iu I.s nuitn and three
miles wost of the south Wist burner of No
1, thenco m.r.h 80 cliaiui., the ce we t  80
chains, thenco smith  80 chain**,   tlience
OMutSO cluinH, to the point nf comment
meut, octitaiuiiigC40aCius, more 01 let.,
Ntime of Applicant.
D��ted June Oth, 1910.
Eui'iii No, 9.
Form ot Notice.
Const District, Rnngu 2,
TAKK NOrioK that Ahxuuder J. 8tow
>irt, of Viuio>uvor,,oO'.upntio.i, c>rpenti*r,l
huomlH to apply,, for.porniini'oii to |ur-;
chiv-o the following ih scribed ��� liinds:���,
Commencing  nt  a  post   planted en tlic
..t the nortbe. ��t eoriiiir o( No 10, be- sh-ro ab��ut 21 wiU's in , a south *m
ing six mtl��B nortli and two milen torly ai^otion from the south we-v. 0 -H
weet ot thfl smithirest corner of No 1, '
thenoe north 80 ohains, the.at west
80 ihaics, thnno-i south 80 cluifs,
tbetci* eust 80chains, to tlu' point ci
ooDimenceiuent,���lontnlnim', 040 ann-i,
more or lbsa. WILLIaM HAlNBti,
Nam* ot Applioant.
Dated Jnn�� 0 1010
Furm No 0.
ner of No. J, th-mco nortli 80 chains
thonce oaat 80 eluiuR, thnnoe suuih r}\
cliiins, thtrno wont SO ohuins, to poiu
of oonunenceiuont, coutuiuiug 040 acres'
more or Iohh,
Namoofi Applicant
D*to .Innii Oth, 1910,
HcguUiiornn whiuh woiiiunim.ii
deiieuil floW in three de��o��M
or stronartli-No. 1. fi 1 {To ��,
'mam-ien Tin  flmtt   fenUiih   ltrtneitu.
*h luiiwutiiU'iin,,uiui^il.it; ��' '���'
\yk.ni'rv"i�� rysteni.   iuhIcm   n,v
���**  III. IU III OKI V I. ,ll,�� v'.' . ������
Ikbtlilu, Mini tl nml Ilfnin Wniri,
Kiniieney, HerwtlH'eukntHn, jKminnume,^.
mi iHiiuuy, Aliiilil linil'Ili'tiinll'nirii. I
Kitineiwt/, Herw-l���'>"*���/.--��� -,-��� , ���
*M*i^hem,and Iftet* ef Mauei* hremt,
I'riodll iwrlioif, uUfnrfO. One wlllplu'UH'i't-
wH mri AM by all JTrnuginU or mall \hj
,'lu n t*g. oa nictiipt of iirliw.  A'n�� -inm* Wei
lufn \Ma,
ntitilnt fret.
j\,r,,wr,n 11
iih or itrii.    ...
,.��w<i ������^l-..r.t\0*H.
H.IVVVA��!H DlvritlCT.
land act.
Form Nn, 9,
Const District
District ol R inge 2.
TAKE NO J'ICE th.t K.lwin 1' Ibcm-
11 cr, nf Vancouver, iiatipniion broker, in*
tuiuls to apply for permission to purchase
ttlC   tt)IHIWllih     UCatliriCii    i.ikJ..     A-.,,
nicm.iug ,u .. p'isi p,'.i,MC.) ,<; ;!.- i..'A
east comer ol No 4 (being llnco i��iilc,>
noith of 1I11: southwest i.< tner of No 1)
thence north eighty 80 cliiiiu, ihence
\\r*,i eights1, Ro, cUtins, tltiiite south
jcinhty, 8a, < h,nii��, theuce t*,'i-,t eighty on
c h tins to point of commencement, am-
tiiiniiili six hundred and forty [6411) acres
TAKK NOVICK that sixty daya afUT! more 01 less
���i id.
AJ'.v el*:vn��'H <"*:���"���<* <*-*"
���in*, lid*.
llMl A Ju �� ��'l 1 '''ii'
*l(^# -
inn; 1, I'Iiit'ih M. 'triiiig.'. of Whul"-!
viwn, Ciru.*x,kiUiul, nswii'lloaer,linemV
., ��...,'v fu pi-nr.is i.m t ' loiiu' til*' full ��
in gi. ir In! firi-ehiin-: (%in'm��ii<ii)4*4
, j-i-it pliiix-l nttii�� IdgH waUir mark.
i''t,��' th"- ������liiiin* im tlurly from thn b
IV, t*. met nt '!;������ trie iutnl S. VV, ijnarf-
r ten i n '.A ���'. tt,/ Uinnd, th*no�� rai>-
nlitifhia *��� nthnily ilir.viinn fnllowing the
,,��, dm oi ti.��Hi,ii-i-liiin t'>��jHnnl tw
���>,, tie .(in\)i**i), 'rum lh*-��ni<l 1*. V��. ����.�����
,.i   t .tti* irnnti-niil   H. W  ,-11 ittrt  t��*f*-
1.-u ;jti. ('"'*",'. i: 1.ui. 1, uni 1 iiiii*>��-i"<r nli
V,-f'��.*��h��.r. ��!.����� ',u-in*n Ut l..w wat*r *
i.U *.
Tin wl.l. -\ 'ifith, 1U|0
tlt\*i   H. Hi I ANtiH
Name of Apph< nnt-
Da'.cd June 4, i'ji"
Form N �������*),
Form of Nntire.
(JM>: Di^iiitt,
lj,,.l.l. > l 1U��I,V   1,
TAKK NOTICK th��   Helen   ���*���������"��
flto-inn. iii��i-p.ition nt-trricd vt-
Form of Notice,
CiMit D'citrict Range   ,
TAKE NOTICK that John C. Arm-
���tiong, of Vuncoiivcr, nccj)iMu>��, cluvk,
in'cnds to apply lor peiiniiiion to pur-
chi^c  the following desrnbed Iind*:--
CoiiuiH'ncing   at  a pint planted al thu
iionh o.i-it corner of No. 11, being three
nulcs north airl two miles  west   of the
south west comer of No, 0 ihence north
8o chains, thence west 80 chains, ihiiticc
thence  south 80 chains, ihur.rn cast  80
dnins, 1 j the   point ol rointnciH-eiiieiil,
containing 640 arrea, mom m less,
'��� I*    *��� ,,  ."mill
Form Nn. 9,
!'-�����...���.: s . 1
Coast li'mrint R.mge a,
TAKE NOTICE Ida! Mt-itiude Uh
Und, oi Vmeontii, <.w!tip-��ti m, misi*
rbd woman, Intend* te ��ppl> tor p-r
niflcn to pure* ��l��a the fulhiwln^ <1-
ipilhed |and��{ Ceiiim*'i'Olii�� at a ri >-t
rl��nt��d at in*, north c *���>' c rocrof >��
11,  Mow three mll<* ""rib *od   ,lv"
����uU�� ���*<)���'. little*!   W   e>rrt,ril  N"
I, ibrnne noith 80 ri Mif, t*i��mii^ *<*t
hi) tbii"*, l|iei'p*����iiltn HO tbni.e
theiec w��it 80 chain*. '" 1I1" i> n 1 ���'
eoMintfuefintiot, ��rnt�� i ing IU0 act-��,
���< re ar ht*.
V, mil 1 f Applimni,
Dated innr i'b, VdW.
FVrtnNo. ll, Konn of*Now
Coast Uisii 1st., Uimhsb^..
Form ol Notioe,
Ooaih Distriot, Rango S.
TAKE liOUCE that Geore.o 0.
I'rat, ot VHueotwr, i.canpiulon ao-
oounvaiil, inlands to apply tor p��r
iiissK.n to purchaiath* InUt-wlou ��*.'���
tetw'-d Ifljidh,���OommnuigAt upoe��
plauttd at the northeast eorner ol No.  __ _ _	
10, being  Hi*  mlh'O  north nnd tw:. (jo ohaiim, more or kw 1
n.ilrH went ol the aoutt.weft eorn��r *>. , m .       (|lu    ���
No 1 theuce iinrtt) 80 obalna, ti��n����''
cis 80 chub'* t he n ��f sou tn 80 er,��io>-,
ihence west 80 chaii.r*, to th* point 01
q,.mmtiicenient, contuining Mllaor^���^,
more or im, OEOROB 0, J'UATT,
Name ol Applioant,
Dated Ju<.e (1, 1010
TAKK NOTICK  that   Klix*l��lh Ja.
8nililt, of Vauouuvtfr, ocmip.itinii, mini'
woiiiiin, intitiiils to apply fur fnrm hmi
to piiruhmo the fullowiiirf doseiilHid Uie
Conmienciug nt 11 post pliintcd  nt  1
south eutitconer of No. ),   IhciiOi  Hi
O chore liie, tti*
unilitri. boiuiili
nt No. 'iii, ihenot north t.0 uluii s,   thci
wuat 80utiuiUK,t�� piintof t,oiuiiicnci:ii't
onutiiiuihg dlu seies, moru ur less, ,
Ni'tiio of Apoliiii
D'.te Juue ��lb, 1010.
\pnK\,'t* tbe t, Ilnw:, *.-* Atmttthmd Umi*;!   >llWOnil��fc >��>U   IHfc   S ^*
I Cowmen, .��n8 at   a   ,��m  pUnied anh* . (NLY ONK K'l .UU A \V.Ah-
Form No tf, 1
Fnrm ni Notiee.
Coaat Diatriot, Ilanpe 2
TAKE NOTICB Uiar Da*o Fcrfiu.
mn nl Vanfiw��er, c��ent��etlnn bu��eli*t
int��itrfi   to  api'lf li r pfiimasion tc
. 11 re h�� ne    tlm    fnllowirg    deierlhed
��ndt*,-~Coii.nienolnRat a pout plantid
iii-hi ihe 1 each nt lh�� siiiiweai comer
o| No 11, t'cifp t��o niiUi norih  and
���b'ee ndhr wen ot the Koiithwut rnr.
net d 1S0 1, f'-i-Tioa north  80  fihfiiu,
*r-rnre w��at HOchi-i's, thei.ee aoutt
80 cimtof, nore or \*m ��o shore line
thuiici     t*��t    80    til-tiinn      *fanr
-hore lire te mint el coinmcnreiruiit,
u<!i,t*ii inf C-lOacrr*. rnori�� nt tee*.
Nam* ul A-,'i'licsnf.
D'teH June A 1010
1.11 ��� ��� ������!��� in   '"���"��� 11 ttmwm.MM WW������WWW���M���^���>
60GD mmm
(.IV Ii Iri A Till AI
Karat Nu. V. 1 oan m 4Soi
iJ\"*.lt i/,��U.*i,    l.t^m^  m,
TAKK NOTICB ttitt  David   D*��
Mllur, ut Vat��oniivo��, uccupattuu, ear*,]
ter, iulunila to npply for pcrinlislim io f
olisiin tli�� litiinviiiiK oi"��u:i>tm ni.it., - \
meiciiigat a pot pluutml at the m
east oorner uf No. 1 thenon north 80 tl*j
thnnoe vast 80 uUiin, thine* sooth
chains theoca west 80olisinr, tn point
ooninwiuc*m��nt, mntntniui 440 aore 1
or Pa*.
Nuiiifi of AppTiJ
Dat��.iUnii��9Ui, 1010.
FOR MAI.K-A Mv�� rooj
hniiwou IihU Int. Vur fiirtliur \
firiilnrn npnty at tlii* n*Hc����
FOK   RA T.K- Rtnftit   Vm
Tv|*v��'ritci ia   t ��� <1  i��i<Iir,   t
$HnM\* will s.*U for t')'.),M0.
|tly itt ihi" 1'i.iiv,
S ft+n*.  .wtjmm   mVHrJiylM-m.      ^. *  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA".  0  '"    LAND ACT,  ormNo. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast District,   Range 2.  TAKE NOTICK that William F. Smith,  of Vancouver, oooupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the follow ii g described lands:���������Comiueno-  ing at a post plauted at thc north east cor.  ner of No. 1, theuce north SO chaius, thence  east SO chains, thence south 80 chains,  thsnoe west 80 chnins, to point of oommenoement, coutaiuing 640 aores, more or  less, WILLIAM F.SMITH,  Name of Applicant.  DalodJuneShh, 1010.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U.  B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notioe.  Coast District,   Rutgo 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Margaret McKiv-  or, of Vaucouver, occupation, married woman, intends to apply for pciruiissioa,to pur  chaoe the following described lauds:���������Commencing at a post planted at the north east  coruer of No. 3, being two miles north and  one mile ease of thc south west oorner of  No, 1, theuoe north SO chains, thenoe cast  SO ohains, tlience south SO ���������Imiris, thence  west 80 olitiiu*, to the point of Commencement, con lain nijj 010 acres, mom or less.  WAlW-AtlET.McK.IVOR, ''  Name of Applioant.  Da'ed June 9h, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notico.  Coast Diatiict, Range 2.  TAKE NOTlCi! that Annie Higham, of  Vaucuuver, occupation, married woman, in  toi,da to apply for permission to purchase  ���������the following dcsuiibed landa;���������Commencing utd pott pl&nutl at tho north east corner of No, 5, bctug three miles north and  oue mile cast of the southwest corner ot  No. 1,. thence 80 chains north, thenoo SO  ohitu.s cast, thence 80 chains south, thence  80 chains west, to thc. point of commencement, opntatning 640 acres, more or lose.  ANNIE HIGH AM,  Name ol Applioaut.  Dated June 9ill. 1910.  ������������������������������������ bANi^tfiH-"-*-;--���������������������������  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Cobbs Distriot,  Ratine 2,  TAKE NOTICK that Maggie Armstrony  of V&uconvo!-, occupation, mariu-d woman  inteuds to apply for permissaon to purchase  the following desorihsd lands:���������Connneno-  iug at a post planted a' tbe uorth oaHt cor.  ver uf No. 7, buiug four nules north aud  ouo mile en-it of the south west oornor of  No. 1. thenco north 80 chains, theuue east  V) chains, th*nce tcuili 80 chaina, theiice  seat 80 chains, to the point of commooct-  weul, containing (ill) acres, more or hiss,  MAUG IE ARMSTRONG,  Namtt of Applicant.  Dated Juno 9vh, 1910.  HERCULES Stump Pullers  ���������*-      -     FOR   SALE  BY     -     -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vancouver, B". C.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, uf any descriptiodn  jelonging.to the "Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or <^ff the land  of the said Company, will lie prosecuted to the full extent of the law.  W. J,. COULSON,  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Oo,y.  S.S."LI  A  'J 1  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way ours- of the Union Holliery  Company by any person or persons���������except tain crew���������iti strictly  proriiHteid. Employees rye sub-  ���������ee. to dismissal fur allowing   sani-  By order  I,.  COULSON,,.  General Manager.  W.   ������ ii._,.^   MAK.IN'  NOTICK io herely givon that oa the  fiiuc day of l> c 'ml>or wxr application will  be'mude to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for tho ifliiewiil of tlio hotel li-  octiQO to Bull liqtiurn hy rolail in tho lntol  ltnuWiuiH tho WoodhuH Hii'ppiij|������ I'laoe1  Bituii'.oiit Oywlor River, in thu province of  Bri i������h Columbia,     Aknib , Woodhus.  Daiod Uotober 11, DUO.  NOTIOK in hereby riwu ih.-ii on tho  lir������t day of December noxi npplii'titio'v-ill  be mudo to thu Snpcuiutoiuhmt nl V'ruvin-  oial I'olioo, Viotoiii, torn r,iiewnl of tho  h del license to soil Jiqiiurn l>y nita.l in  thn hotol known iu tho Union hudJ, nit-  uuto nt Union, B C.     Samukj. C, Uavih.  Dated the 11th day of Ootohor, IIMO  Thore aro many baiting powders but  There is Only One  MAGIC DAKHna PC-W3EK  C. H TARBELL  is indispensable in thfe  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  AddaliufeBOVRlL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  District of Const.  TAKE NOTICE that Davidscn-  Ward Co., Ltd., of Vancouver, BC,  lumbermen, intend to apply for per  mission to purchase the following  described lande:���������Commencing at a  post planted about 10 chains north  of a Ftream on the east side of Copper Reach, Loughborough Inlet,  about 3 miles from Towey Head,  tHence east 20 chains, thence youth  20 chains, thence west 20 chains,  ������o Loughborough Inlet, thence  north along the shore of Loughborough Inlet about 20 chains to point  of commencement, and containing  40 acre*, more or leps,  Davidson-Ward Company, Ltd  Frederic L. Ward, Agent.  Dated September 24th, 1910.  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, B. C.  ,     NOT.rv-;,;-:.,.... ,0, 7;,  -  i ufuvi   O'lif I -Auy-'.       " ;���������>-������������������  JThc C'.ifcf   ,;.n:.v.i-u'   -.'.*���������  ! Works lor 11 license-.I  j.'fr   :'  and ppt-roleani utd-v.llifi Iftr.'i.';  r. .;>',,,  Distrut,    .nnd      desoribed   up    ;' il-'V.-::  Comuirxieii>g al a p o;<t s.-Uiud ������>. 'hs ten  beach n' theS B. corner   of   Section  2a,  ihuoe-i wast id'H'H tha  smith b-istidtry   of  said Section 2a, 80 chaina tl ei ee north 40  chains, m-.re or lw, to the southern boundary of M H Hill's  prospecting  license,  thence ea������t 00 chains, more or loss, to II  W mark on ������<*n beach,  theuoe following  along sea beach t������������������ th������ plicoof o- mmence-  E. A. CA.RBW GIBSON,  E. Priest, Agent.  Dated this 23rd day of October, 1910.  NOTICE is hereby Igiven that at the  next niceties of the Board of License Coin-  uiisnionern for iho City of. CunbarUnd. I  inteud to apply for a renewal of the whob -  sale liqnor license held hy me, Bitaiated on  lot 6, block 15, Cumberland Town sits.  OIAIil MUSSATTI.  Dated1 this 15'h dy of'November, 1910.  WINTER SCHEDULE.  Effective on and from the 3rd,  proximo, the following will be the  fall schedule of our local mail  steamers;���������City of Nanaimo leaves  Nan into at 7 a. m., on "Wednesdays nnd Friday's and the Queen  City leaves Nanaimo 10 p. m., on  Mondays. City of Nanaimo leaves Comox at 7 a. in,, ou Thursdays and Saturdays. Queen City  leaves Comox at 1.15 p. in., on  Tuesdays.  NOTICE. "  Notice is hereby given that an application will, be made to the Legislative As  sembly of the province of British Colum-.  bin. 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 guage to  be operated by steam, electricity or other  motive power fsr the purpose of carrying  passengers, logs and merchandise, or  either, from Harky Bay os Port McNeil,  or   some point between them,  or Some  And nil KITCHEN    UTENSILS  It le Pure, Wholowr.19 nnd Economiccl.  HOLD Is*! AU, %'AZC.r.,  E. W. CflXETT CO., LTD.  Toronto, Oat. ^  ^mt^i-Am.  NOTIOK i������ hereby niven tb.it on the  llis dny i.f Deoetnbdi* next nppliu-tiun will  h������ ti.tttlo tn to tho .Suiiei'luteiuloiit of Pru-  vlnoliil l'liilloo, Vlotorln, for a ronow<������l of  tlio liotul liooiiHti tc **cll liipiorR hy retail  in tho hotol Icnowu iiNthoOourteiiity li"icl  bituutoa id 0' urtuuHj', ll.C.  John U, Joiinhiiin,  Ihltod Ootohor 11, IU1U,  The Courtenay Hotel  Kv������ry convonionce for flouts.  Tho Oeutial Hotel for Sportumon  None but the Host of Wines and Liquors  Sporismens Goods  and  General Hardware  FAIRFIELD  I  Z STORE ~|  J. JACK,   Prop.  NOTIOK.  NOTICE ia hereby given that 60 daya  after date I intend to apply to the Hon,  The Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Worku for a Hcer sa to proBpect for ooal  aud petroleum under and cu tho lauda in  Nelison District, and deacrihed R8 follows:  Commencing at a post planted 20 chaius  west of tha northwest corner of Section 1,  thence east, 80 chaine, thence north 30  chaina, tbouca west 50 ehaini), thence north  50 cbains, thence west 30 chains, thence,  touth 80 chaina to place of oommeneement  F. PRI3ST.  Dnted this i3rd day et October, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  at the. liar.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston.    Prop  NOL'lUK Is horehyjiivontu.it on tlm  fir4 diy ul December next uppnoiUi.m will  hum uio to tlu Huperinttiiidciiit of t'rn-  vlwiUl I'ohoa, Vio.nria, f������r it r*-nnval of  tho li������>til lioonatno hmII in) mra liy lotnil  in tho hotel known na tho Kilt hotel, Miu-  utwl at Uomi X, U.U.     Joun Maknn.  i)<ttHlOelob������rr., 1010.  NOl'U-KU h������rohy kIvoii that on tlm  llr.i Uuy tt Ucowmli-r next appl o.i|on will  bo i ii miu 1.1 thu tsupuriiitoudi-iil i f fro-  viuoiul 1'oltud Violoriii, for n rcntwul of  tho hotel fo.'ii������i' to hullil ipi.ir.i l.y rotml  In Hm lintel If nn'o n* *li/. \|iilinniiiii Hu.  til.altit't tl at Ln������d, 11,(1.   KttKii Tiiulin  JJulod October II, IUI0. | ���������"������������������������'��������� ���������"��������� ****** ���������������������������������������������������������*.������,<������������  r^....^..,,...,.!.,! .,...,,^1,1,! ,u'iA*".ifJ | TTMTC iV   C    C    (*���������(!      ������f  tl f*     1  t.i  NOl'lOltia Imtsby  ������iven   tlmt nn tlioi UmUi\   J3. a. CU., OI  ii.C.   I All  flrat day of Peuinnherntixt appli.iition will { ������������������  bn undo to tho Hiijierintenilciitof I'lovin-  NOTICE TO THK PUBLIC.  llaviiiU huilt a hirRO wnrchoUHrt and mill  n������.Conriinay, 1 will i'i ftutiro linen on  bin) ii Hlockof nil llmla of liny, (indu,  mid I'l'iil ut lowol iijarlttit rn'oa, A  cpiiolillty will lw inadu nf toiler ijriiiihnil  ftiwd for htiri'a wbkn will malic n Hninir  uf orm thirn in tin 03-t ol ii*td. O.Voie  (j[ivei������ Uiotciimatcr or hy phonu will hn  pnnnpi'y llllud. Thnnkhit; yon for >onr  p������t,r na������u in the pnat and i'oliciiin������ a con  tint; itici'of ih������ bu no on hrimil ir luii'ii, I  ln'H in nii.idii  Yonr* tocomniiiiid,  Jil KU������\   ClwViVi'uiu/.  tall*  'it'  ���������������*  ������  to  tin*  tt*  ������>  ������J   ������  *)i t>  ���������tl Dunpmuir Ave.  Cumborlnnd <t*  ���������ii <���������%*  ^^9'������iK^'*<'w''r*vv'vs>v^v<i'V^  lUW-MMiwitli;' ���������������'*' mi��������� * m rsemm*mmmimamauimswn* ***a,*m  409<*-$<*9'.w<>$-b>*-9'**9<>0><>>>  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits aud Tobacco,  Vancouver Ice Cream,  P.  '1?  NOTICE is hereby, given that at "the next  meeiing' of tbo Board of Licenea CommU-  siooos of tbe City of Cumberland, I in-  tend-to npply for n r^ne������nl of ibe wholesale liquor lioohse held by me, situated  on lot 12, block 7, Climb "irland TowiiKite.  FRANK SCAVAItDO.  Dated-tliis 15th day of N ivemhar. 1910  ���������e,*** i* **** m ������ i ������-*i������<ai<i^*MmK '��������� n n ��������� '��������� ��������� ��������� *������-^  NOTICK is horoby Riven-that at tie  next mooting of the Bo-irl of Liconao  Commiflijicuoi-s of the City ot Cirubar.  land, I intond to apply foi a renewal of  tho wboleanle- liquor license hold by me,  bitufited m lot 9, block 7, Ouroberhud  TowiiPtte,  VIOTOR BONORA.  Dated this iCth dny of November, 11)10  NOTIOK ia hereby uivon that nt tho  next nvjetintf of tho Board of Licuao  OomiiiisBionera of the Oitv of Cumbi-r-  lnnd, I Intend tn apply lor a renewal of the  wlioleaalo liquor liueiiao held hy mo, Bit-  tinted on lot 12, block C, Cumberhnd  i'owuaito.  JOHN  MAROCOHI  Datert ih'H 15th dty of November, 1910.  NOTIOK la herohy piven that at the  next meeting of tho Boiird of License Cum  niiri-tiniiora of tho Oity of Cumherlnnd, I  intend to imply fur a renewal of the hotel lieonao hold by mo for the VVuvcrly  H-iU'1, uituated ou lot 2, block 11, Cumber  bind Towiibitu,  ��������� WIANK DALLOS  Du'cd tliia 15th dny of November, 1010  other convenient point'near 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 a convenient point  on Quatsino Sound, Rupert District, Van  eouver Island, province of British Columbia; with power to construct, acquire, own  and maintain, wharves and docks in con-  neciion therewith: and to construct, acquire, own, charier, equip and maintain,  steam and other vessels and bo.us, mid  to operate the same on any navigable  waters; and with all powers jjlven by the  "Model Railway Uillj" and wiih such  other powcrsimd privileges usual or incidental to all or any of the aforesaid pur*  posesj  UARNAIU) & ROI1ERTSON,  Solicitors for tbe Applicants,  Dated this 1st dav of November, 1910*  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE   FOTICE that   Westley-  Evert Westley, of Vancouver, B.C.  plasterer, intendB to ad ply for per*  mission to purchase the followinp  described lands,���������Commencing at a  post planted about 5 miles   north  and 2 miles east of the ^southr-ant  corner of CL 3358, thence south 80.  chains,   thence east   80    chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence west  80 chains, to post   of   commence-  meut, containing 640 acre*, more or  less.- .'���������!.  WBSTIAr EVERT WESTLEY.  Di'ftler in  ALL KINDS Ol������  Fruit, Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco. |  Uonovtt Mock,  CUMMKKLANI), 11.0.  ft  **->^eoo*>^���������9<t<>o->oo*b'i>9oee  FOU8ALErr4Juiilol������ COWS, fill  tuliercitlctsU taatod, Govornmeiit  yearly reconls of eticli cow given,  also 'd nolts nnd 1 uguil mure, one  uolt nui'tlv broken.  UAYS'LDE. Carter's Ranch]  Un ioi i Buy Uonil,  hotel liouune to m<)1I liqunri by rut nil in  tiiu hotel Juki*una tha Willows Hotel ai -  iiiitoi  ul Oainphidl River, 11. C.  TIIUL1NAHANSK.V.  Dated Oatober 11,1UI0.  NUTIUK ia licuitiy ������iven Uud on tloj  flrat liny ot Decamlfr next upplio-ition v,ill j  be m*di������ to Iln* Sii;*rintvii cut ��������� f I'rovl... I  ninl P.-lici*. Vi-t������rln,for tho r������tn������w*l of Mt������i|  h >t<-| Iii>r1#e t.i ������ ll ij^il"l*������ by ii -*ii l , the ;  bobl lui'iwa it* iht* VVil-nn euiA, >i n<ti������{;  ut Uuion nay, HU,    hm* \liny.\t-.x, *u, {  Uh*UOutih-ii II, HHI. I  U'wikcml Ncrvicn   hctwi'on Viiiic.iiivnr,  Ninninio, Un'on, Coinox, by  tho  utotl i'hdo bu.'lt tiviu iciow  Hteuiiinr "COWICHAN"  Xniliwj n������ ui'dc:���������  h<aviB Vnrcoiivo-, Katnriluv H y ni  A.II.or-,   Noiinllll,    .'.lUll-'.l.i     li p ll,  ArrUeH Uuiim, Nitmlay fl a ni  Arrivtn Cuiiiiii,   Hmnbiy H n m  Rouiri.li������:~  heave* t'anm*. "midiiy 4 ji m  l<uv������a Vn'i., Mtiidny f, pm  Atttxim Ki.i.vinn, >ni,i5fiy 11 (, m  ��������� .������������������>������������������ .mm��������� ��������� ., ���������!������������������������������.���������������   *��������� ,        Aul"U Ar.i., ���������,-.'., r M.ii .!;-;��������� ? i. ul  a    .    . . a* 8tii4|e le������������������i Union for CuwiUuian I *v-  All Ad    III   thc     N KVV'S  ������������ry.HnriilH.viiiorniin(iin nrr.vnl ol *V-fix\-  ���������% . H'HAX;" m������l !������������v*������ f mtwfkfd M������rt#l  II'lVS.        I Ty   it. [��������������� I  l*������������. eonu*ct������i.������{ witli *unut *t  JOHN MrF.FODS  KOIt KIKS'M'.I.AKS  CAN'liY, KiUa'TS.  cin.vns a To������A0cns  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  District of Co;i$t.  TAKK NOTICK that Davidson-Word  Company, Ltd., of Vnncmtver, ll.C, occupation lumbermen, intends to apply for  permission to lease the following described lunds:���������Commencing at n post  planted nt a point on Timber Limit No,  30610 on the enst side of Copper Reach,  Loughborough Inlet about in clitins  north of a stream on thc said eust side nf  of snid Copper Reach and ' chain easier  ly from ihe shore line nf Copper Reach;  thence west 20 elm ins, tlience south 30  cliiins; thetv:e cast 20 chains more >t  Ims to ,j | oint 0f> feci esst nl thc shore  lm������* of s.iid Ccppcr Reach; thence northerly 2n (.imimi, but pimllcl 10 the shore  line of lotichhorntiKh Inlet, to the point  of commencement, and oontaininx 40  acrei mnre or le������8, including all the fore  shore, tide lands and l/iiidu covered by  water within the bnumlancs thereof,  ALFRED JOHNSON,  Aftentfi-r l)iviil*on-Ward Co., L'd.  Dated October I Kill 19(0.  NOTIOK in hor.by Kiven thnt ut the  mxt inc'itlugof the Hoard of LiceuNoCuiu  minHii.n r������ of tho City of Cumberland, we  intiii d tn npply for u renewal f the hotel lio* iiho hold by ua fur tho Vomlnnio  Hotel, Nitimteii on lot ft th ck ll, Cumborlnnd To ivnsiU'.  WILSON & ltUAMUBRa.  Dut il this 15th di/ of Nova nb������r, 11)10,  NOTli'Kia hnnily u veil tnat at llm  next, nuwlliiK of the Uniinl ol Lioium  CoiuiiUhiiioiieiH nf thu Ci y of Cumber-  hud, I iiiioiiii to apply lor 11  rcnowitl *f Iho hot������l iiui nne hrld hy nm  fur tlio Nn w litiKland Holol, uituitcd on  tnu eukt hulf nf Ioi 11, l.-������ bb ok 3, CuiuIkt-  Iiuui 1'uwinitc.  JAMBS WALTftS.  l>*tcd thin lf������ h dny if Nd.crob.., 1U10.  virrnun iavii i>iSTRfrT  NOTICK ii l.erthy plvmi ih-it  nt tlm| - -��������������������������������������������������� ��������� <**  nuxt ine������tti k <���������' thu llmnl nf l.ici-imii Cuni-1 Dis net ol Sny ward.  mi-Moycm ot tht City nt Ctiiiiljiiiiii.il, 1 j    TAKK NOTICE Ur- the North I*4C<  ii.Uiinl to ,i|.p y f.*i a itu.cvi ai ��������� t lue h, t , fK Lumber Company, Limited, of Unmet, \ coirainino fi-fO ftcre-, more or Iran  Ul CHARD T) LKE80N.  t     1.     11������ , I        1 ������ ��������� ,A  Dated July 27th, 1910.     -  COAST LAND DISTRICT,  Diptvict of Coael, Rango 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Ernest Atkins, of Vancouver, B C, occupation tinsmith, intends to apply for-  'permi.-Bion to purchane Ihe following dc-'ctibed 'lands: Commcacinp;  at a post planted about 0 mile������  north and 2 miles east of thefonth-  enst corner of C L 3358, tlvivo  south 80 clmiiin, .theuca w^t-'-C  chains, theuce nortli 80 cmmi'ih,  thonce east 80 chains lo podi. <i;  commencement, oi)ntBiniog 640  aores, moro or Iokh  ERNEST ATKINS  Da led July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  Dibtricl of Coant, Range 2.  TAKE   NOTIOE  that   J������met>  Horvpy Fen, of Vanconver,  B.C.,  occupation toaiuctor, intendo lo np*  ply for permiaRion to purchaso tlio  following (lepcribed lands:   Commencing at a prmt planted nbout 5-  mila������jiorih and 2 miles east ol tht  tout beast corner of CL 3358, tlvinco  north 80 ohain?,   thonco e'tnt  80  chains, thenco   Bouth    80rh������innt  ihence west KOciiainB   to  post   of  commencement,   con tuning    840  ocrcH, moro or leuo,  JAMES HKRVEY FEE.  Daicii July 27th, 1010,  ��������� ^^.w���������<���������������������������������������������������������������.^i ���������.ni...,, .iplhiiw iiuw nmmm  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  DUtrict of Cnasr, Rann*|2.  TAKE Nt)TlCB Ibnl Rioh������rd D  Loeion, ol Vancouver, R.C.tientlu.  man, Intend* in apply for p^rmi*-  nlon to purchase iho followinK dc-  fcrlbod Inndn: Commencing it a  post planted about 7 milei no-th  nr.'l 2 milen inH of the poi.il *n������t  fornor of CL XKA, thenee aonlh 80  Clinilif,      l,,i in."    i.������iri     .������j     tiiii.lir,  thciicc iinrtji tit i'iiiiiH������. theuue wet  HO 'bain*', topoHnf commencmbtnt  Ni'l H*K i* lionhv jiivnn tlmt <<n tint hr������t  ���������Uy ,1 |)i-ciii'l.rr nixt ip|ilii*tiou mill b������  m*i!i tn Him Nupi riii������������iiiil**nt of I'tnvi-uinl  I'lilicr. Viciuiin, tnr thu rt'/icuiil of tlm ho.  t-il lioti.iw t������ mI) bqimm by ri'tcil in lhi>  In ��������� I htm ������'i������ u* tli.- l'>irt .Vu^ul *> I., (i't. kit  imttil at C.iiim������, H.<*, .1. V. lh.1 mm  D:it������;i������������cUib,r 11. WW.  NOTICK Ih hi why gHciv tttnton flu- tlmt  i!,tj nt f������ t������vi.l,<r iioxt .>p)>lic*t'iiin will Ic  i,t���������ii. t, <���������������������������'��������� -*ur*. imu ni. it >d IV.in  I'A ,-������, v\ -i-i- fi r In. t 1.' >-a', ,,i *.;.- i.-i  !������l liorni* .������ttll liquor* liy frtwd w Ui������  lm*.*! Wnif .1 nt llif I. ,nir Imti |, mtniiti ii at.  ��������� '������.-���������-��������� t. It '* ll fttt/fi:  |l������-.i   tln������..V.   1|.  (UIO.  ci Wenm belu by mu lor th������Cnn������U.rlnmli Ji.c,occupation lumber  tnanuhctnrer*.  Uuu I, klhiiit .1 ,m|(,i I, l.|.,<k "', t um tl-1 ; ,,������������������,.!. ,,-, n���������,,i��������� f,,r ni-n������i������i-inn   ft   V 1  I/I111I lotlinlt.t).  UILLIAM MRHHIF1KI.I).  |)nti"l t ii- loth day ,.f N ,vi uiliu,, I'.HD.  the lollowing described frirenhore on  Cimip'jcll River, t'mniencinK at 11 post  p inied a the noitlicut .oincr ol lot (>���������*,  ineiic ������lun>* shore lm** *n an ������%i-.trrly direction for about -'J i.lutin, tc a *ni-ill  lislaml shuHn on th*-pl..n.  thmie iouth-  NOTI-K i.* huivhy givnu  tuitt uu  the  Umt day of lUii'inUr i-xt np|ili������<ii n w li  ll' Mte, vi orClCr u.c inn**a\mt tin. |������ V Mleem iiw sl���������,u- ������..������..; U,t Uf, ������ud  Luul U,u u iu ������t;i l..,ui,.. :-> h: ... 1. tl..., ������������ ������ *���������" "' th' '' *',! "u* lh"'"1"'  hml kn������������*n a. tha Malm* l.������--l. ****** ln H '*" "* ",','<",Ui !'',: V^'*''    ',  LAKUUKOIMUV ACT,"  In thi mmir of in ������ppliratto* fer ��������� da-  piu 1 i* r.irtifi'.*te of title in it*, 'tndi.  vilrd 'i of Lot .*,%, Cvivtii Dutrirt  ,i'.'\ 11 uudivided i wf IM i, ll.nelt  *. n, m������i the mm it f*������������ *be.trnf,  |iiia,. Hj;)Trii������*n of Cumberland.  Nome it herr'iy   -,;n*en ilMitii'-y  I hv aatet which tm ni the ei.ieri-.  pan j 1 UT.tmn at tbe ���������npir.ur.r, ,,; ni.f ,-,  NOTICK in In rt.y uiv tt tl.-tnti  ������,,. t !)���������������*��������������� beUrrn  ht* .-Um)-v.d  the m������������������.- . f.*,.������   tb^  dntt <*'.  ,.* tiv.i (   ������ ,,  ��������� * ......      .....      1 ...   .^ lmmft.,s,  Vaum-  i  !iiiiuukuU������.^.^ni.u������U ilWiwi^V-m*tu������!..4l*'.t'-  '���������" " " ictf* re ,'������'!���������'������������������ *bo <��������� >.'-.*���������'������  .'elite, VUoti, for tht i������a������������������l ������f Vt* bt |������ ith the iMVi|t������U*>n ������>f'Ih nvei j *A  Hrydcc nn ������l���������.* j',i������  M liw>ii<������ ru w)| J,j 1, r, i,m ru ml   in   ib  J I Hi Ntul t 1 Wt un I.t'MliKK  I o. Ltd Unn.'-Hu u'i.v  lio-H Un������**t.nih. Itivtr'.1= 'i'1. ��������� ���������"������    *\       Ali.Jtivuix imki ������.*>.*. A^riJl       J l."^* He, > ^������   ' ,  *iV*,utta*t������y,nv. till   Lmihh j |t������r������i jj.i, Oi*t|t���������r i^r������. i   ^..'L'i-,', J  *  l> l������4UeMtw II, ���������'.in,  T.iii*. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  f  The FOURTH  ESTATE  Novelized by  Frederick R. Toombs  trom the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Medill Patter-  eon and Harriet Ford.  CapyrUht. 1009. by Joseph Medill  Patterson and Harriet ford.  .CBAITBK V1L  BRAND and Nolan came ont  of tbe library after their  smoke and were surprised to  tind Jntlt-e Haiteimy and Du-  I puy in the drawing room Hrund did  j noi appear enthusiastic nt tlie clrcum-  j stauce and. nodding stiffly In tne gen-  I oral direction of tb������ two men. proceed-  I ed to circle arouud tUeni toward ine  j door leudiug to tne ball.  I .lodge Bartelmy Hdvau<*ed pleasedly  | toward tbe newspaper owuer. wno  ! greeted bun courteously.  j '-Judge, this ts au unexpected honor."  I "Au tionor to come-1 believe tne, Mr.  I Nolan, an- tinuor to come "  j Nolan saw Brand's dexterous ma-  { neuver toward the door, uud ou catling  ��������� to bim not to co ne muted, turned toward the renter ot ibe room aud stood  , watching tlie strangely assorted group  (Continued.)  Mra. Nolan entered tne room ana.  aglow wuu excitement, greeted ner  guests.  "Judge Hiirteltny, 1 ini|ie you haven't  been waiting mug?" sbe luipiired anx-  lously.  -Not at all."  "It is so good of yon to come."  "Oli. t  wouldn't permit anything to  keep uu- away:" tie replied    "I've just  bad tbe pleasure ot adjourning a ratb-  er important conference to be uere."  This confession tilled tbe fluttering  jbeart ot Mrs. .Nolan witb pure ecstasy.  Sbe could barely column tierselt as slie  iu turn greeted Juditu Harteliny.  i'itcber announced anotner name  tbat appeared in ttie social register.  "Mr. Dupuy." be announced. He bad  come to keep bis appointment with  Nolan.  "How do you do. .Mr. Dupuy?" greeted tbe bostess. stiaaiug minds warmly  wltb bim. "Ueres Judge Bartelmy.  He's Just adjourned a most important  conference to come to our tea. Pitch-  er, tell Mr Nolan the judge and Mr.  Dupuy are waiting. Sny tlie Judge bas  Just adjourned Ins court to come. Miss  Hartelmy, Phyllis wiil be so dellgbted  to see you." Sbe grasped Juditb's  arm and led ber to a door, speaking  rapidly us sbe did so. "Phyllis wants  to show you ber new* gown yuinlan  brought over from Paris. Very smart  ^ffKrtT~bur"$450rTiud-;vtiu-t'ouid-bo!d-lt-  tn tbe paitii ot your two baudsr-a  tag'."  " "Ad amusing character, our hostess/'  eommeuted Nartenny dryly to Dupuy.  "Yes; she seems very appreciative of  your daughter's visit."  "Well," decisively, "she certainly  tugbt to be."  "I suppose we shall aee it In tbe Advance tomorrow," suggested Dupuy.  "Ob. ot coureel" Bartelmy laughed  amusedly.  "By tbe way," remarked Dupuy,  "did you aee tbe evening papers?"  A serious loots came into Burt el my'a  face us be said:  "I glanced over them on ray way uptown, aud tbeir accounts ot my deci-  clou tbls morning are uot at all objectionable."  "No blood drowu," said Uupuy reassuringly. "A little surprising, too, tor  the Lansing Iron people have been tn  pretty bad odor wltb the public ever  ���������luce tbe receivership matter last  year."  ���������Thnt wns the beginning of all these  attacks ti|>on rue. I hope tbe morning  papers will treat tne fairly."  "Ob. there will be uo trouble about  tbem. They have not investtgnted the  matter thoroughly enough yet, nf  coarse, excepting the Advance. But  you did Juki tbe right thing today to  bring Miss Judith."  Hartelmy was showing not tho  ellgbtest hesitancy nt using his beautiful and accomplished duughter as a  decoy lb his plotting* In the first  plure. bt* desired unit she shotud marry Whwier Hrsnil tinpitiB tbnt the  young reformer* rem minium htm  would disappear: ���������ncniiilly, by prevail  Ing nn  her  to  imv   utteri-tnti ������nrliilly-  to tbe Nmnn fstmi*   n ,..���������..,,-  tnut ibe owner of the Advance wouib  I'lipiiniiiie nnd become ins trienil. Ai  tot .lllillih, sbe iillie coiiipielleiideU the  entire mgiiiniiii'ce ot iter turners altitude, mui it ������ii������ nnd. net trunk, genuine iiiiiure. much leviHim at trickery  aud iieieit. wi tnu um nave penuuied  ber to continue to tin dim uidiling. bbe  admired und inved ber I in tier,  Hhe knew Hint lier mot tier before  Iter bud aided in-i lutlier in tils work  anil uiiiliiiliiiiM to u cuiiKiderabi* extent,  ' und now tlmi Ih-i inoiiiei wus no longer alive she Idt It iiei duly to till tier  place in ever*, |nm������lbiw way. After  nit, "In" hint o'tiv ii viiuiig woman's  Vnowii^lte ot hu' wiivs or men In tbe  Pimmi'M. and pnifissinnni world, und  sbe ii'iiiil discern iu the nitucks on ber  fntlii'i notliiiiK iii'.vniiil iv lint be himself luul iiinglit her to believe���������that  lliey were the effort* ot curious moil  or Ignorant reformers or misguided  ������*,.,.,.<*,  ..:    '  '���������''" '-*"-"���������  wMtvittt tnut i*iin*e However, If  would *eem that the Indue would In  any went uav* stti-iuptiii to couceai  from others nl* n><>m������*������ for procuring  tbe presence of Judith ut tho Noiun  home un this dny.    It   wim id seem,  ti '    ' ���������-' i-    .'  -    '       ���������' ��������� '    . ,.,,'tr  tbst bv wouid iiuw iliiuni tlmt be bud  e������er employed tier un������ii*p������ tingiy as a  decoy nn nilier is emu.n*. Tlmt wns  tbe least tliM futhcr could do for til*  daughter Hut he mude mi attempt to  pfoKvl ber iepiiniii,.i,. Ml mny tm* to  Diipuj*. fur In answer to Die itwyet  lobbyist's rriiuiru iit.it tu* had done  "Jnst Ibe right mum ������<��������� tirtna ills*  Judith imls*. lis tepueil will, nm^imf  ���������(���������tensile r������iitie������*i  "������������h, Ib instiera Af thi* kind my  dailRbter Is ot tb* itr������*tr������t timtp ���������,  tne*" After a nw.tiw-w tie cotiiintteii  "I Ann't at alt tike umt at,-* ������������ui������h.  ���������of my proteinic tbt* nmn .\������ian at  iter ettrti,"  ���������"Theft ������mr tramp eard" te*������������t-������f| tbe  *������ther "|;ver������ tuni, n��������������� tn* prue .  #*e������������ ������hl������ ������.������ii������i Itrsttn U m* tvokl  ������eiv Ami imi mimi it ������������������-  or men.  Nolnu next addressed Dupuy. who  expressed bis ibiniks at the granting  ot bis request f'������r an Interview.  Judge Harteltuy. always quick to notice every detail or phase of what was  transpiring In bis immediate preseuce.  snw tlmt Hrund was ill ut ease, lie  called to hlm cheerily:  "My daughter nnd 1 were Just speaking ot  you.   Wheeler     The   reformer  sails a treacherous sea."  ���������    "The port is iu sight. Judge Rartel-  I my," was the calm answer.  j    Bartelmy  would   have  made a sue-  ! cess on the stage.  In fact, he bad been  j acting  a  part   most  of   his  life  and  proved   the  truth  of - Itirhard   Mansfield's aphorism that "the best actors  are  never  seen   on   tbe  stage."     At  Wheeler    Rrand's    significant    reply,  which smore en ominously on the ears  of the Judge as It did on those of Dupuy. the Jurist gave an Inward shiver  quire Imperceptible to the eye and replied ln tbe most Jovim of manners: ^  "So? So? That's good. That's worth  while.   Stick to the beira. my boy," be  laughed.  "Brand eln't nt sea, JuaBe,* put tn  Nolan uood naturedly. "He'a in the  clouds.   The air up there makea your  uose Dleed; out. oy tne ttternai, yuu  Bee all that's going ou down bere."  There was mucb "going on down  bere" that Bartelmy by ail means preferred to nave remain unseen, yet  be managed to reply, wltb au attempt  at sincerity:  "More power to yourWHwiefrMore"  power to you!"  Nolau stepped toward tbe jurist  "You're a generous toe. Judge Bar  tel my," be said warmly, deceived by  the smooth tactics of tbe Judge.  "Foer Thut's hardly tbe word,"' responded Bnrteiniy, and witb deference: "Wheeler uud J merely energize  differently. Be Is dynamic; 1 am static, and that la because be is youug and  1 am old,"  "He'll outgrow that. Judge. You never will." remarked Dupuy, crossing to  Nolan's side.  "But uuder every system of free government.'' pronounced Bartelmy tti bis  best Judicial manner, "there have always been conservative and liberal  parties, whose leaders, while they differed perbups in method, huve been  stimulated by nu equal love ot country."  "Thut is true, Judge Bnrtelmy." said  Brand, "but 1 can't concede tbat you  belong to the conservative purty."  The Judge showed surprise.  "But I don't UDderstund you," be  stammered, wben Brand weut on determinedly:  "Are you not eeeklng to introduce  Into our country methods of government undreamed ot by our forefathers?"  The Judge laughed ns though ln  agreeable toierunce HI* skill at verbal parrying wus standing bun in good  stend.  "Uh, 1 had os mucb enthuslusm myself In my youth." be suld, "but my  legal training hns forced upon me a  certuln unfortunate exactitude ot  thought. But come, come. We old  lawyers huve long since learned that  we cannot carry our quarrem out of  court lor lnstiiuce, ot u morning my  best friend. Judge Culver, muy be ut  druwn swords with me over some  point of In vv, but the sunie evening will  find tis bull fellows well met, exchanging stories before it club Ore,"  No|iib nodded his bead understand-  "Yes. Judge, itint'a llfe-ihufa life,"  he commented  "Half the laws of our country ore  framed up In cluiis," interjected Dupuy.  Bartelmy raised hi* hnnd and mude  a gesture ot disapproval.  "I wouldn't *uy that "  Rriind snw nu opportunity to score  "Likewise the safest method* of  evading the iuwn nre framed up in  clubs," be ������hot ut Dupuy.  Itiirteimy   pretended   to   side   wltb  Mniml  "Tlmf* neat, Wheeler,    he liumlied.  "lie scored olT J'oit Hull time. lllipll.V,"  llnrteiinv paused lie unit now reached    N    ("Hill     ., (,.n-    ...     ....>   ......    U,  n-:i1;i' l.i-i '-iijiri'ivi- I'rti.ri to eii^itura  Nnliiii und the Advance, to make tbem  friendly to blm. He wu* about to  piny what Dupuy ti-ol innnmo*, termed "the trump can!'' "By the way,  Mr. Nolan. Judge Culvi>r and I nsimity  I CHlie   I Mil   tr������    tmrir    ilnw*   *    ***���������*   **  > tbe (Ink l*t*t*t ciuti. We need ynu  there We ������ikiiiuI nave a man lo all  onr rflw-tiMMtti* of public question*���������  we *h������tii<l bave a prnciiral man of  affair* ������im know* whst reformer* ilka  our young friend bere are ready try-  lag tn get at Mh'iil I t,r"Pf"e r"i for  memliemhtpy  ftiipur wtMrhed fhe effect of Hsrt*V  my"* word* nn V.tan wtfh ttiiena*  saterneM It wa* an *fisi������u* moment  for tmin f*t-.f*ai ***A Hsrteimy. If  Nnlsn aeeepted tbey felt that they  were aafe A* f������f JlMsn, be waa  ffe������itly pefp?ete������.    Ttm mirnerj to ae-  i <*epf ffie *******���������*.*  Iwwb t"i Me -itxrw, mam*  (awl t*w hi* family's M*mh������r*nlp In  ' tbe f������s* r������������of rtn** wa* *���������������*������**������������������? to  l a tlekH ef a������ml������*i*n nto the fa������hto������������  , sttfa ttfnkm et tee nu    ft* wmtmi ha  able tben to put his wire and oaugo-  ter to tbe way ol gratirytag tben ue-  Sires. SyivetUel. Iiki. woillO lie Oeuw-  tlted lu wnaiever tiUHiii������-tw career be  should lake up, aud ibe meiiiberHbip  would enable mm to meet aud umae  bis persouai irieuds (be must promt-  oeut men ot tbe c-ity-ibe meu be uai-  urnlly craved io associate wub ������m  terms ot equality.     1 lieu  ne spoKe:  "li my. judge.' lie said warniiy,  "tlmi > -uiiieltiiiig tbut I uevet expect-  eo io near from your lips.'*  "Not at ull; nol at mi:    1 shall be  delighted to put you up, and  Dupuy j  will second uie,''  "Wltb pleasure," bowed the lawyer.  Noian besitaied ovei his tiimi reply.  He remembered wlini Hrund uud stated regarding the attentiuus ot Judge  Burtelmy and ins dituuhter. t'loisiuiy  this otter was a melt, u bribe, ami it  did not improve the situation to uuve  Dupuy brought iuto ll uy tlie jurist us  seconder ot his nomination, stm. tne  Idea came Into Ills lieiul -it tie accepted It he did it with ins eyes open; lie  Deed oot necessarily change the policy ot the Advauce toward certain pub-  Ik* meu Thus be rensoued, and sun  there lingered within nun uu Insidious  desire, eveu a prompting, in view ot  tbe ad vii nt ages tm nimseit nno bis  family, to accept at all mi'/ards, uuder  uuy circumstances.  "Tba ua you, geuilemen, thank you,''  be said, temporizing, m an endeavor to  gain time lietore uctiuiliy coiiuiiillllig  himself. He glum-eu across the nsnn  at Wheeler Hrund. wondering bow lie  wus accepting tlie situuilou. Hriind  took a quicK step forward, straightened himself sillily and shot a glance  of warning over the shoulder ot Burtelmy. whose buck was turned io til iu.  Nolnu nodded tils bead slightly to show  tbat be understood Dupuy caught tbe  intercbauge ot signals, uud lie glared  malignantly at tlie young tiiiiuugiug  editor He saw Unit ill uud would do  bis utmost lo swing Noiun away from  tbe subtle Biiare. Solan addressed tbe  judge. "I'll thins it over-uud tbuiik  you ouce more "  ;Tj be Continued.)  MADE FARM HISTORY  J. H. SMITH PRESIDED AT FIRST  INSTITUTE MEETING.  Ontario's Present Agricultural System  Dates Back to 1884, When the Institute Met Irv Hamilton���������He and  President Mills of O.A.C. Talked  the Thing Over In Fall of '83���������  Institute  Membership   Now 22,000.  Tt seems ancient history to tal'*  about the time when there was uo  Department of Agriculture in the On  tnrio Government. But it's only a  matter of about twenty years since  that province hais had a Minister of  Agriculture. However, it's not so  inuch a mutter of politics, but of farm  progress that concerns the career of  Mt. J. H. ttmitn, tlie creator of the  (irst- farmers' institutes in Ontario  The institutes were the forerunner of  tlm depuriuient.  The first farmers' institute meeting  .in Ontario was held in Hamilton in  January, 188-1. Mr. J. H. Smith presided. He was then school inspector.  Driving twice a year over the townships to see how the farmers' children  were learning the three E's, he got a  first-hand knowledge of how the chil  dren's parents were doing on the Ian.1  ���������many a store-side talk where he un-  PRINCE EDWARD,  The New Heir Apparent to the Throne ���������  of England. I  ������������������Erineg-Edward, who will probably!  soon be made Prince of Wales, a title^  that Is given hy individual Investment i  and uet by birth, is the eldest ef tbe  six children of the new king and queen  or England. He will be sixteen years  old on Juue 23.  Prince Edward will for tho present  be styled the Duke of Cornwall and,  Rothesay. He succeeds forthwith to '  tbe duchy of Cornwall, with a clenr in- j  come of $-KX).<X>0 yearly, which will,  accumulate until he becomes of age,,  giving hlm an Indeiiendent fortune of j  $2,500,000.  The fact thnt he will some day be-!  come king of England If the normal  course of events Is not Interrupted does  not seem to weigh heavily upon Prince  Edward. He Is as merry and light  hearted a youugster ns can lie found  anywhere. Ue bus a whole menagerie  of his own, to which ho Is devoted,  ond be ls an ardent itdvncnto of kind-  ness to nnimnls.  In 1008 he entered Osborne college,  following the steps of bis father nlong  the paths that lend to the mivy. He  did not "put on nny side." according to  tbe .voting nnvnl cadets at Osborne,  and Is exceedingly popular with his  associates.  Prince Edward Is not a brilliant  scholar, but he Is a hard worker. Ho  Is n healthy, wholesome looking Ind of  tho Hanoverian type, wltb light hnlr  and n somewhat plain, good nntured  fare���������New York Times,  Old Watch Turni Up.  Pergt. Ih'iiiii'ti, of thu Kith I.nnonrs,  recently in r-iunp nt (.nmigiuiril, mar  Harwich, bin luul returned to hlm u  watch thai lie lied in the Houth African war under very singular circuit!-  1 utmicc.   He took pqrt in the relief of  1 Kliiibnrley with (Sen, French's column,  ', and in tbo course of the operations he  I had  his  watch   stolen.    Mo   reported  i tho fact Ui  Bergt.  J.  Henderson, of  ;. tho Capo  Mount d   Police,  who di*-  , covered it a lew days Inter, but Scrct.  Bennett bnd then gone on to Piiiir.li*>  j berg, and Hi'tulersoii, having (tilled to  ] tlmi his whereabouts, came lo tbu con-  ' elusion thut lie luul fallen in fiction.  Henderson, who is now a tnnlesnian  in businesn at  Felixstowe,  which U  1 close to i.andgutinl, thought it worth  '��������� while to inquire of some non-com in U-  1 sionod olliccrs ol  the  ICth   Lancer*,  i whom he met, whether anything wn*  i known ns to Sergt. Ilemiett. nnd to  ' bis great surprise learned that ho win  in camp nt Utidguurd.   He accord  mgly sent (or bim, und Sergt. Bennett  ' wat handed buck his watch, Ui Iim  i great gratification,  IB     11  i������8i������l������i������gitlifes������<ll(|  LONDON STREETS.  Petticoat Lane and Cheapside Famed  the World Over.  No city in the world is more famed  for its streets ��������� sordid and poverty-  haunted or dignified and stately as  English aristocracy itself���������than London. Take Petticoat Lane and Cheiap-  side, for instance. While neither represents the depths of degradation nor  the heights of that British propriety,  which somehow or other cannot quit*  be compared to any other known form  of that desirable quality, still there is  a striking difference between the two.  The former in the centre of the slum  district, might be termed tbe one thoroughfare in the great city wher-5  everything is sold "cheap."  "Petticoat Lane," says a writer, "ig  essentially tiie old clothes district.  Embracing the streets and alleys ad  jacent there is perhaps between two  and three miles of old clothes." And  not all the old clothes are on sale.  Truly mi no street in the world can  there be fou-id more'men and women  to whom the term shabby can be applied more appropriately. Dull,  clothes���������once brightly tinted perhaps  but now faoed to a disheartening  sameness of hue���������and so many som  bre, sad iace<' All day long the crowd  comes and goes awd even long after  night hns fallen this sordid, historic  London street echoes to the tramp of  -aimless feet. ,  Cheapside is also far famed as a  typical London street���������typical, however of the oity's prosperity and well-  being. Crowded and busy as is Petticoat Lane, yet what a difference'.  Prosperous persons tread its sidewalks  and over its pavement roll the carriage of wealthy shoppers. An air of  busy, stirring contentment prevails  and the faces of passersby are quite  different froin those one sees in Petticoat Lane. Truly, London, above  everything else, is a "city of contrasts."  TKE BRITISH MlfcT.  Setklng Treature Ship.  A search wim commence I tlw other  week In tho sea near the lighthouse  on  dri-nt oniu- ������   ii>.i't, *.,u,,..........  Ji..<- I/... iii'i- inn'tmit'.'*" to twn.W  which is lielioved U) have lain buried  beneath the wave* lor eighty-six years.  On Jan. I, 1������M. the Hornby (Wu<\  front Liverpool to Uio de .Inneiro, wn*  blown ont ol her course during a  .. .,i ���������.,1,, .mil nt nlmitt rmidniehl wn*  dashed ngain������t the rugged rocks ol tne  (Ireat Onne, which at that |M>int ri-e  Ut a holRht ol alsiiit ano leet. Only  one ol the crew wns saved. In addi-  tkm to general cargo the Hornby Castle had cold to tbe amount ol tm.Wft  on board, and it wa* to endeavor to  r'cover fbis the l,n,|y Kate snlvsir*  steamer, ol I.iv*n><.ol, arrived at l.lnu-  iludrto and sfnrl.-I the sesrrh under  the direction ol J������.lm i>d>tt ���������>. nf I.tvcr-  pool, tlie well-kmi������ii diving .xt*n.  LiaMe end We,.  A -mslluht may lie seen nf a trrentet:  Ateianre than an Hertrtr ilgbt of etjtMl  \*,*i*-t lu a fug tor rh" ren-nn Hint tne |  foe������ff*a red anrt yell������������-4r ta}* are not'  ntmiittwd so ruptdty  ai tne laifer'e!  J. IT. SMITH,  hitched for overnight. In the fall ot  '83 Mr. Smith went with a friend k  visit the Ontario Agricultural College  and President Mills, fresh from the  hendmnstership' of the Brantford Collegiate Institute. They talked of how  to interest the farmers in the O.A.C  Mr. Smith told Mr. Mills how he was  getting pedagogues interested in  touchers' institute work.  "Why not try a scheme like thnt on  the farmers?" posed Mr. Mills.  "Good Idea!" snid Mr. Smith, who  called the llrst meeting in Ontario.  Mr. Mills sent along some of his farm  professors to help out the program.  About n hundred and fifty farmers assembled. Six addresses were given,  on such various subjects as farm management, agricultural chemistry  stock-raising and fruit-growing.  This meeting wns such a brimminp  success that several others wore held  during the year. In 1885 a central in  stitute was formed. Mr. Ci. C. Creel-  ninn, who hns since stepped into bis  father-in-law's shoes as president of  the O.A.C, whs the llrst superintendent. Very shortly afterwards the  voicu of the organised farmers���������not  tho squeak of the old Grangers' movement or tho wuil of the patrons of  Industry���������was henrd so loud in tht>  laud that a Department of Agriculture  wan created in the Ontario Government und a Minister of Agriculture  appointed. Now there nre a bundled  (uriner*;' institutes in Ontario, with u  total membership of about 22,000, nn  aggregate of nearly a thousand moot  ings in a your, with over three thousand papers read nnd discussed, Such  is the uneleetcd Parliament of tlu  Ontario (annum, whose existence i������  dui> primarily to J, H. Smith.  Fsinous Vegetarian.  Dr. J. It! B. Mayor, thu rnglus pro-  las-sir ot Latin in Cambridge, linn ,  is probably thu most (uuious exponent  ol vegetarianism now living in Kng  land. Although in his eighty-UHh  yonr, he is still hard nt work on his  biographical dictionary. Prof, Mayor  was one ot tnu nrst ol tho "starving  men." It is now some years since,  hnving undertaken lo bring cut his  edition of Juvenal nt a certain ditto,  he decided to nbHtiilti Irom (ood (or tho  three weeks or no until it was coinplt't  ed. Ho was undor medienl supervision  tho whole o( tho time, and used to  walk from Ht. John'* College to Cnin  bridge County Juil to bu weighed  every n.������ruiiig. He jiorsovorod manfully, but .luring the last week ol his  ������:i'if-imj>osi'il reyiine was obliged to  yield to the entreaties ol his dodo;  and make a frugal meal ol lentil*  twice ii day.  State-Owned Railways.  All thc railway* in Bouth Australia  are state-owned excepting   mc   ii*u  A Flourishing Concern Which  Issues  Coins for  Many  Dependencies.  The recently published report of the'  operations of the British mint duriiif*  1909 brings that concern to the aiten  tion of tne puulic."   Like most  bu^i  nesses tliut if.o\e along sniootlily an;l  show a .protit/'tlie..royal mint is but  little heard ot ordinarily.   It is a tlour-  isiiing concern; only six times in fhn  last 38  years   have  its  expenses ex  ceetlMTii���������receipts���������and���������oniy��������� ov.<n-~  since 1682 has a uelicit occurred.   Iti  pro/its, it is true, show extraordinary  liuctuatioiis, but in the fld-year perio I  it has hud an average net annual pro-  i,t of nearly $l,'25U,uOO.  The mint> issues coins not only for  Great Britain and Ireland, but for the  Channel. Islands,'for British Guiana.  lor British Honduras, for Ceylon, for  East Africa and Uganda, for Newfoundland, for Nigeria, for the Straps  Buttleiuentss, and tor other British colonies and dependencies. In addition,  tnure are tue Calcutta mint and tlio  lioiiibiiy mint for India, 'the Ottuwi  mint tor the Dominion of Canada,  and the hew Australian mint, all ot  which have direct relations with the  Loudon headquarters.,  How little curiosity is displayed by  the British public in this greut money  making concern may be inferred from  tne fact that it was visited by only  6,7l*J persons during 190U, even thii  tigure being sligntly above the aver  ngo. The Britisiier evidently tuluM  tnis department, as he takes so uiaiiy  other executive bodies, largely ou  trust.  me  nli  I   i.nV.*  thlrt<���������  five miles V.n;/; ntul, while run to nl-  lord tno gruiit.-nt pjssllilu coiivenjunce  to the pwj|*le, toimtitute one ol Ih*  most Important source* ul public tev  nuc  Tin-re are \,um miles ol railway  ... .. , ,   .'  -.     :"m'";l "ft ,.f  rtt ������7VM!i  During thu yt-ur ended Juno, 1000, the  mileage ran wn* 4.W6.3W1, and tie  grnsn earnings during thnt period  amounted to KI.Ma.a&fl, The net revenue (balance n(t������r paying working ei-  pen*������������l was ������6tM,l91.  Botha In Rhorftt' Haute.  Intense ������������t indict ion is eipresied at  the I'rii'iri G.ivornmenl'i deci'ion SU  liounced recently that (len. Hollu  nhall oet-upy tlrtiote Bchuur. the reside* f ibe Into Cecil H1k������1c������. a* hi'  official (\ijn������ Town retidenen. tht ax-  pendiium ..I $W),000 nn "an import  ���������nl pr������(j������*t" it also announced. This  in utnl>-r������t<������r������l to mean the esiablish-  tnent ������,1 ������ tfitrhiiiit uuu������i'ii.> 1'itiii'i'''  ed at flrorite Hehanr. which ma* Iln*  scheme fherislwd bf Mr. IH������n������-  twauly ti-ai. ago.  A Generous Village.  Thoy ure u generous people in  Liiiiiivndy, Iruhuid. A lew weeks  ugo the workhouse schoolmaster ������r-  rived at the retiring ug������ "d il xinn  lelt th.it the time had come to put u  vounger nml more energetic inun in  his plaoo, Thn old mnn hud served  the community well for over thirty  years ut the mugnillcent siilury ol  yl&O a yent, in midition to which lie  hud his ineiils in the workiniuso,  which wus emimuled ut being worth  nbout $H������0 a year more, so it was felt  thut he wtis entitled to a pension on  which ho might end his duys in comfort.  The guardians held a special meet-  itib' to discuss the matter und with  ruin generosity llxod tho old school.  muster's pension nt $28 ti yonr. The  iiitinilict'iKc of this action will he  tiiidorstnud bettor when it is mentioned that the siuiui board estimates  that every pauper in its workhouse  costs it about *Go a your to iniiiii-  tuin. ,    ,     ,  VSith truly amusing ingrntitudii the  old mun rctusod rnthor rudely to ue-  cept the pension, und suit! thut ha  would prefer returning to tho workhouse even it in another capucity to  that in which ho hud udorned it so  long.  ���������   .i i  i      ��������������� ���������������������������*,  Miracle of a Bath Sponge.  Henry Buvugo Latidor, ut otm time  a captive oi Lie Liinuu in Tibet, Wil*  the lollowing ad venture: .  "'Iho luiiiiis hud got hold ol my btttp  sponge, witicti was dry and pre*������ed,to  great thinness by a henvy weight  which hud rested upon. Throwing it  from iheui, it full in a little wool ot  wnter. 1 addressed tho ipongo in hng>  11*11   NIIU    miiil   ������������,>     ..ttd*   '���������'������������������''���������'���������    '"*���������'���������}"'  :���������ti, my head, pretending to Utter tti-  ciintnti'iins.  "Iho intention ol tha Lama* and  ,o!.iii.f * was uuickly drawn to thi* un-  us un I behavior on my part. They  oould not conceal their terror when,  ... t -Hike hmder and louder to the  tinniue, it grauuuiiy s^eiieu t������������ u������ ������.������<  nml ������i������e. the Tilietani, who at ttrst  could Imrdly believe their eyes, be-  iBiue punic-strickoii. There eat n gon  vrsl muinpi'Uo."  Eighteenth Oentury DandUs.  In ibe enrly part ol the eighteenth  century it was n common thin* in  Loudon (or a man ol fashion to ipenu  .cveral Ik.uis it dn, tuth hi.i vn|.*t,  among the many quaint operation* being "tha starching of the beard ami  the proper f^riunnng of ������arm*nU. Uw  pairiting ol the luce ami anointing  with oil*, tincture*, nointa**������������itee* an;!  pomatum*." It i* ������"**" ������aid that *������������t#  ut th** dtnli,'* of the time bsthel in  sine and mtlk "tor tbe pre*������r*sii<m  of their cmipUnbin* and the rejtif-*  nation ol their energiet."  CABBAGE DISEASES.  Susceptibility to Rot end Infietion Dua,  to Soil Conditions,  ln a bulletin on "Cabbage Experiments and Culture" issued by the  Murylaud agricultural experiment station it Is asserted tbat the susceptibility tu rot and disease of cabbage  growing on very rich, highly cultivated land smned to be due more to  something unsuitable tn tbe soil rather  than to the direct attacks of bacteria  or fungi. During very rainy weather  in the heat of summer young and apparently vigorous cabbage plants will  wilt and die. If the weather ls mor-  erately dry and the soil loose and well  cultivated, cabbage will grow vigorously and seemingly resist disease-  even If the soil ls known to be Infected with germs. It was noticed tbat a  patch of cabbage planted on a piece  of land that had been used to prow  celery for several yenrs grew very  well until tieuvv rains began to full Id  PATCH OP CULTIVATED CABBAQE.  August. In the bright sunshine wblcb  followed the plants wilted and died.  The crop was a failure except a portion ot ttie lower corner, which wns  on u |MKir clay knob, and there a few  good heads matured.  Due consideration was given to the-  fact of poor drainage and also to excessive amounts of wator about the  roois, to which might tie attributed*  much of the failure. Still It seamed it  plausible conjecture tbat there might  he ex t word I nary amounts of soluble-  suits In the soil and that tbey would!  have u poisonous effect on the mots.  A \Am*e of ruther stffT clay land, one-  eighth of an acre in size, that bn*  been manured and planted to trticlc  crops for ninny years nnd upon which)  euhlmge hnd rotted badly the preceding your wns again treated wltb Ip������  tons por acre of rotted mnuure. This-  wns plowed down and tbe land was-  prepared for tho crop.  Plots were marked off and treated!  ns follows:  IMot i-���������omplete fertilizer. 1,000 pound*  pei -tern,  I'lnt 2���������Check, ne fertlllter.  Pint .VUnit', elxty bushels per acre.  IMot 4-Bulphattt of potnsh, ������00 pounds-  per sere.  1'ln! a���������Muriate of poUih, SOO pounds  per ucre.  It hud boon noticed In some other  work under similar conditions that  mtii'lute of pettish seomod to have the*  effiH't of promoting tho vigor of tbi*  plants. Klfieeu varieties of cabbage  were planted ucross the plots, nlno  varieties of Preach and nix of Amor-  It-mi origin. The plHnts were net June*  '���������SI They started off nicely and grew  well until the llrst week of August, at  which time there were Inoosunnt rnlns,i  followed by bright atinshlne.  All ihe plants on nil tlie plots wilted  down und only a few recovered, Most  of those wilted died In a.ahurt time*  with blsck rot A few llnuered on,  but did nut mako satisfactory heads.  **n  HINTS  POR   BEEKEEPERS.  If you expect to gef n crop nf  honey take good cure uf your  boos,  'i'ilnon't Imagine thnt you know  It all and cannot learn anything  !���������% reading tx bee journal,  ��������� it the production of extracted  honey give seven frames lu the  ���������lulit frstim super nnd ulue  iiuines in tlie ten frame.  Don't put on your supers before the Is-es ure ready for them,  ns you gum nothing tiy uuiuk ������*.  lutt i,id) ituivr It hurdi-r fur the  lx������es lu keep up tbe nd'������-ssury  beat.  The necessity of tilting ��������� neat  and attractive Itbol wltb llie  nnme nnd address of the producer ou erery paekngeof boney  put upou tha tnarltt la well nn-  derstuiid by tha enterprising bat-  keefier.  The long lop bar la better for  use lu old boraemiide blvea. aa  the staple spaced frsroea require  HiiiitHte Inside dimension)*,  Krnli ctuiura cannot bt carried  on ������u<���������! e������������fully without bees to  etlert ffrtllltatloo tlirouab carry-  tnu pollen from ent bloaaom to  atintUrr.  Tbe dtspneltien ef in naprollt-  able colony tn store two-ay may  to matsftnlly lormend by rivhw  them mrimrai t-ittnbt ot trwtehioi  ben-d fmm an ladonrtoas hlra.  i  ���������iiMniii in mm L  frV  THE   NEWS.   CUMBEBLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  ���������im  Eat and Be Merry!  99  Stop giving yourself���������stop suffering the pangs of indigestion���������stop  worrying about what you dare and dare not eat.  Eat hearty meals ol wholesome food, take  ha drmj^psia ^iets  and ytu'l! feel like a new person. Sour stomach���������heartburn-  occasional indigestion ��������� chronic dyspepsia ��������� all yield quickly to  NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The properly digested food  restores your strength, your stomach regains its tone, and soon  requires no further aid.  50c. a box.   If your druggist has not stocked them yet send  50c. and we will mall them. 37  NATtOWAL DRUO ANO CHEMICAL CO. OF CAN AOA LIMITED,  MONTREAL.  Weak? Tired? Run-down?  These conditions come from overwork, a weak stomach, overtaxed nerves  or feeble blood. When you feel "all in"���������hardly able to drag about, no  energy, no ambition, easily exhausted and can't sleep���������take  BEECHAM'S PILLS  and note what a difference they make In your condition. The stomach is the  first to feel the good effects. Food tastes good, the digestion is strengthened;  bowels and bile work regularly, the blood is cleansed, and the nerves rested.  Hie whole system responds to the tonic action of Beecham's Pills. Soon  there is the buoyant feeling of returning health,  Fresh Strength aad New life  Prepur-d only by Thomas Beecbam. St. Helena, Lancashire, Enctand.  Sold everywhere In Canada and V. S. Amerlci.   In boxes 2JI cents!  Simple and Easy  Two commercial travellers, while in  a train, got into an argument over  the action of the vacuum brake.  "It's the inflation of the tube that  stops the train," declared the first  traveller. - -      .  ."Wrong, wrong!" shouted the second. "It's the output of the exhaustion."  So they wrangled for an hour.   .  Then, when the train arrived at the  station,   they   agreed   to   submit   the j  mutter  for  settlement  to  the  driver..  Thai gentleman, leaning condescendingly from the door of his engine, list- i  ened witli an attentive frown to thc  two travellers' statement of their argu-j  ment.   Then   he   smiled,   shook his i  head, and saifl: j  "Well, gents, ye'^-e both wrong about j  the workin' of the vacuum brake. Yet j  it's very simple and easy to under- j  stand. When we want to stop the!  train we just turn this 'ere tap, audi  then we fill the pipe with vacuum."  era up by his physician  ���������,F*UtT-A-T^VE8������������������, THE FAMOUS  FRUIT MEDICINE, SAVED HIS UFE.  He Feared  Blood  Poison.  But Zam-Buk Saved His Thumbl  Once again a case is reported in  which --the popular balm Zam-Buk  has saved a worker from the terrible  effects of blood-poisoning. Mr. Alfred  Hy. Orth, of Shipley, Ont., says:  "While at work I had the misfortune  to run a rusty nail under my thumb . . ,  nail, to the depth of about one and a; waited, Ottawa,  half inches.    The pain'   was terrible ��������� ��������� "  ��������� ���������   and what I feared was that the nail, j  being  so dirty and rusty,  would set i  up festering and blood-poison. I knew j  from previous' experience   how   good  Zam-Buk was, so I cleaned the thumb,  melted a little Zam-Buk, and ran it  into the wound.   The result was won-  derful!   It soothed the pain and thc  thumb actually did not swell.    Zam-  Buk kept away all inflammation.    I  MMM MNQWALL, E������������.  WilHatnstown, Ont., July 27th, 1908.  "I suffered all my life from Chronic  Constipation and no doctor.or remedy,  I ever tried helped me. "Fruit-a-tives"  promptly cured me. Also, last spring  I h id a bad attack of BLADDER and  KIDNHY TROUBLE and the doctor  gave me up bnt "Pruit-at-tives" saved  my life, I am now over eighty years  of age end I strongly recommend  "Fmit-a-tives" for Constipation and  Kidney Trouble".  (Signed) JAMES DINGWALL.  50c a box, 6 for $2.50���������or trial box, 25c  ���������at   dealers   or   from    Fruit-a-tives  been,  An  Unexpected Catch  Papa���������Where   have      you  James?        '  "FishinV  "Come into the woodshed and we'll  have a whaling expedition."  Do It Now.���������Disorders of the digestive  apparatus  should be  dealt with  j was able to go on with my, work all; at   once   before complications    arise  ; the time, and in a few days the thumb ; that  may  be  difficult to cope with.  I was as good as ever.   A balm which I ('lie surest remedy to this end, and  ��������� \ -                      ���������  ���������T The Most Human Picture Ever  Painted.      ������  $ 'THE DOCTOR"   I  x -                            -                   ���������              ���������  ��������� The original of this painting, by Luke Fildes, hangs in the    ***  -rate~Gall"eTy7_iH���������tcUdon; placed'there BTpiopular~sub~script1on~  of ihe British people. 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' >���������  Zam-Buk is the finest form of "insurance" for all workers; Its antiseptic power is so great that no  disease germ can live in it; and if  immediately applied tti the sore or injury, or diseased patch, all danger of  blood-poisoning is averted.  Being composed of pure vegetable  essences, Zam-Buk is an ideal balm  for babies and young children, and  mothers will find it far superior to  the ordinary salves, some of which  contein-haTrnful_miti*eralT30"isoTis7T'UTi~  cid animal fats, etc.  Zam-Buk is a sure cure for ulcers,  abscesses, eczema, ringworm, blood-  poison, scalp sores, chapped hands,  cold sores, inflamed patches, bad leg,  varicose veins and ulcers, piles, cuts,  burns, bruises, and all skin diseases  and  injuries.,   Sold by all  druggists  one that- is within reach of all, is Par  melee's Vegetable Pills, the best laxative and sedative on the market. Do  not delay, but try them now. One  trial will convince anyone that they  are the best stomach regulator that  can be got.  Colored vests are to be popular this  fall. The favorite color is brown.  Others include bronze/steel, navy and  royal blue.  RHEUMATIC-PAINS"  Not Due to Cold/Wet Weather  -The Trouble is Rooted in  the Blood.  Many people believe that the twin-  and storekeepers at 50c. ^box^'for g<* *���������d tortures of rheumatism are  $1.25. Post free from Zam-Buk Co.,! <Jue to cold, damp, or wet weather,  Toronto, for price. Avoid harmful! |-.������*4 treat themselves by rubbing with  imitations and substitutes. liniments and lotions.   This is a sen-   I ous  mistake,  and  one  which  allows  Honus Wagner, the Pittsburg ball j ������>? disease, to progress to such an  player, has had his statue done in'extent that it is often impossible to  bronze.     Mistah   Johnson's   will be,: get it out of the system.   Rheumatism  PICTORIAL PRESS,  Box  1856, Winnipeg,  Enclosed find 25c, for which please forward by first mail  ono copy of picture entitled "The Doctor."   Yours truly,  Name  Address  comes from  poisonous   acid   in   the  blood, and it must be cured through  the blood.  All the liniments, and rub.  bing,  and  so-called  electrical    treatment in the world will not cure rheumatism.      This is a medical   truth  which every sufferer from this excruciating trouble should know.   Rheumatism can only be cured by driving  the. poisonous acid out of tno blood,  and enriching and purifying it.   Th:re  j is no medicine will do this so speed-  a,ily nnd surely as Dr. Williams' Pink  They actually rniike tho new,  I done in ebony, if you please.  Simple and Sure.���������Dr. Thomas'  Electric Oil is so simple in applicn-  tion that a child can understand tho  instruction. Used as a liniment the  only direction is to rub, nnd when  used ns a dressing to apply, Th.  directions are so plain an I unmistakable that they nre readily understood by young or old,  "Do you hitch   your   wagon to -,,.,,,  star?" 1 Pills.  "Oh.  no,  I' nm  perfectly  satisfied, "oil. rod blood, whicii drivoa out thu  A copy of this picturo is on"*vhnv ut the publication oflleo ol  thia paper und, can bo obtained Irom the editor lor tumio price.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+  with a couple of chorus girls."  WHEN IT GOMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  Wi art  everywhere with the   itendard goedi,  Paper and Matches are our tpeclaltiei,   Let ui  knew your wants���������we'll do the rait.  TbeE.8iddyC0.Ltd  NULL, CANADA  TEES fr PIRSSf. LIMITED, Agenti, Winnipeg, C*f������ary, Edmonton,  Reglne, Fort William and Port Arthur.  poisonoiiH acid, upbuilds the system,  nnd makes   the   sufferer   well   and  i strong.   It is because they do this that  ,'l)r, William*' Pink Pills have cured  .thousands of canes of rlieumutisiu uf-  Iter all other treatment hnd failed.   Ah  I proof we give tho case of Mrs. P, X.  iBoJsseou, St. Jerome, Que,, who says:  Mi tress (hiring n servnnt)-! hopo \ "Almost two years ago I wus a terrible  vou know your place? !sufferer from rheumatism.   Tho tiou-  ' Sorvnnt-'Oh, yen, mum! Thn Inst!hie first located in my right leg, run-  three girls you had told 1110 nil about!florins nil work impossible, and walk-  it, ling excessively difllcult,     I tried to   :  j ouro myself by ineuns of nil sorts of  niillimoro, Mrt���������'Nov, 11, 100.1.'1 liniments iind   lotions,   but   without  Minard's Liniment Co,, Limited.        I'wiiil,    Tho trouble   was   constantly  S|rij,_j rnnie nnromi n bottle ol vmir'Ki'owIng wow, find the twin more and  M'INATUVR LINIMENT in the lunula; ������������oru uriheariibln,   Finally tho disease  rf on.��������� of Ihn students at the TTnlvers- *Pi*'-iwl tn my other leu, anil I wns fill  i l������,v of Maryland,   and   ho   being   so,but helpless,'imd   I   wns   completely  I kind ns In lot ino uso lt, for a very had fllKcnunigod, thinking I. would ho    a  'sprain, which  I obtained in triiiii!n81'������}>������f,r������*r for the rest of my life.  At this  I for foot races, ami   to   snv   Unit It'tlmn I reml an ndvortisnmont in our  Iho],.ed me would ho putting It very \homo piipor of this trouble being cur-  niildlv, mid 1 therefore   nsk   If   ytm ������'������1 by Or, Williams' Pink Pills nnd I  would let me know of one of your ib-ehled to try fchmii.   ' '    '        "  >������ closest to Ibiltlmnre so boxes of Iho Pills 111  .      THE TALE OF A CAT.  How   a Toronto   Merchant   Made   a  Peddler Pay.  The other afternoon, in the haze of  the hent. not mueli lnisine=s was do-  ine in the store? nlomj College street,  in the district adorned by the residence ot Ccl. Denison.  In a shaded doorway stood one  local merchant looking out into a  hot and, unprofitable world. There  was little to see that was interesting,  except that now and then as a car  clattered past the man in the doorway recognized an acquaintance  among the passengers, with whom he  listlessly exchanged signals, admitting their mutual existence.  Presently along College street enme  a one-norse wagon driven by a whiskered collector of rags, bones nnd  bottles. The driver of the vehicle  was making good time, as if he had  heard ot a place a mile away where  lie could get somethin? for nothing.  - As the vehicle bustled past the store  a cat, having, for some reason of its  own, decided that, it wanted to cross  the road, undertook to do so, but miscalculated in some way, and a wobbly wheel crushed it to death. The  driver, with "a frightened look back  ut the slaughter he had done, struck  his horse and shoved on the reins.  With a siiout the man in the door-  way sprang into the street, and demanded that the slayer of cats should  -top. Two blocks ahead a policeman  emerged from beneath a shade tree  iind sauntered down, drawn by the  uncry shout of the merchant." The  rags, bones and bottles nmn pulled  up his horse, declaring with voice,  hands, and uplifted eyebrows that he  didn't mean to do it and was not to  blame.  "Why," said the shopman, .".von  had no business driving like that, 1  wouldn't have seen that cat killed  tor five dollars."  "Not my fault," declared the vendor.  "Not your fault���������not your fault I  Whose fault is it? Was it my fault  standing in my own door. Was it the  cat's fault? Do you think it meant to  commit suicide? Now, you've got to  settle and settle quick."  "Here, here! what's all this?" demanded the policeman, who had just  arrived. "  "He's killed the cat and he's got  to pay for it.   I wouldn't have .seen  that cat killed lor live dollars.   Hi's  -got-to~pBy-two-dollars-to-settle^%-   "Two dollars," exclaimed the peddler, appealing with his eyes to high  heaven.    "Two uollars for a cat."  "Two dollars���������that's what!"  "It seems a bit high," commented  the policeman, us he. wabbled to the  sidewalk with un air which plainly  said he would not interfere as long  as the disputants kept the peace.  The two men haggled for a long  time, but finally the pedlar handed  over a one-dollar bill and drove on  his way, removing the cat for burial.  A number of persons had gathered  rs the dispute  proceeded,  and when  the merchant entered his shop, one of  .these said to him:  "That must huvo been a valuable  cat.   Whut breed was it?"  "I don't know," said the merchant,  "You see 1 never saw the cut before.  1 didn't say it belonged to me. I  don't know who owned it. The inspiration came to me as I witnessed  the accident." Then he smiled, "I  didn't think I could get away with  it. You see this dollar is to reimburse me for tho mental pain 1 endured as un eye-witness of tlie  trutjedy."  FREE  Siol m jour bum la* -  "���������will Mad jau T-*w,*t  citAtge, piid, thi. hufa)Bi  IUCKY HEART PICTUH  8R00CH  -  which li  Ihe latest, dilntleat ssl  [irettlesl jewelry novel.  Ity, all tin nge trrtrr-  ,., rwhere, we ar* gluing li  ��������� ABSOlUTEtf FREEtoiotroducsourcoodi. JuitMui> i������au  I and ������<l(Jr.u and wa will ,������ad It lo jrou al oo������4.    Attn*  'tolFG.Co.,5JfloyST���������pR0wt.l?.l.,0.U  The Evidence  j   Priest-Marriage is a solemn mat-  j ter, Timothy.  ��������� t>''-j '\ ������lt*ler- ye must   have   seen  l Bridget."  j Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  j ������������������ __  !   "On their way home did your wife's  j relatives stop oyer at your house?"  1      \\orse���������they'overstaved."  REGULARITY ��������� ..   '  '   -v  of the bowels is an absolute necessity for good health.    Unless the  i waste matter from the food which  collects there is got rid of at least  once a day, it decays and poisons  > the whole body, causing biliousness, indigestion and sick headaches. Salts and other harsh mineral purgatives irritate the deli-  c;te lining of the bowels. Dr  Morse's Indian Root Pills���������entirely vegetable-regulate the bowels  effectively without weakening  sickening or griping.   Use  DR.    MORSE'S ���������  INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER A!!D CHILD.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svxur lias been  used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of  MOTHERS for tlieir CHILDREN WHILK  TEKTHING, with PERFECT SUCCKsb. It  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS.  ALLAYS all PAIN : CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the best remedy for DIARRHOEA. It is ao-  solntely harmless. Be sure and ask for " Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no oilier  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  SOUTH AFRICAN SCRIP  Bought on Commission  W. SANFORD EVANS & CO.,  Members Winnipeg Stock Exchange  Winnipeg,       :       Canada.  DR. WINTERS  Cures Men and Women. Write  him. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing.  1 BOX 215.      NEW YORK CITY.  TELKWA, B. C.  On main line of Grand Trunk" Pacific Railway, in midst of rloh  agricultural and mining distriot.  Lots from $100 up, WrttB for full  particulars,  NORTH COAST LAND CO'Y, Ltd.,  410-11-12 Winch Building,  Vancouver, B.C,  London Office, 6 Old Jewry  I llrst got fuiir  i agents thnt U closest to Tbiltlmnro no mixes 01 the nils and nfter using  Itliiil 1 mnv obtain soma of it, Tlinnlt- tjn������m foi- sevi-nil weeks T   couM   nee.  ing you In ndvuiico, I remain,  j Yours truly,  I W, C. MoCURAN.  !    U HI. Paul Hl-raet..  Care Oliver Typewriter On.  |������, 8,- Kindly answer at onco.  of  tlmt tlie painful rheumatism wiih grud  tiiilly dimmpiiriiiK. 1 continued tuk-  ing the PillH, however, until I had  used nhout 11 down boxm, when every  symptom of the trouble hud disappeared, nnd I could iln my hmiHework  without Un* least trouble.   J have no  j    "Whnt is tlio Hpoed  I chine!'" ,,  "Awk mv chnffeur.   IU*'* n bigger,*'������'"ir������*r.  your ma- hcHlliitlnn in recommending Pr, Wil-  llnniH* Pink Pills to every rheumatic  'lliir thun I nm,"  411 over thu country the khln aro  a limit tm I'lithtiHliistle ovir the iiruo-  plane im thoy nro nbout bitHcball.  Better take n look out of the window  yotirw-lf nml nee If vour Hlllt* Willie  mu t mining around over the Imrn.  Fiixt Girl (looking at statue of the  VoiiUH dn Milo)���������"What U-rribly thick  waists girls must hnve hnd In thoxc  duyiir"  Second fllrl~-"Ve������- lint rierbntie tlio  gentlemen's uriilH were Inllger,"  ���������������������������It.  I No better cigarette the world over than  / V     \s   tilli,   ti,   I   1 v  H4  Sold hy all medicine dealers ur by!  tuiill nt Ml -lent* 11 box, h;x hoxi'M forj  J2.A0, from Tbe Dr, Willlaius' Mi-tli.  cine To., Ilrockvlll.*, Out. j  S  Miiripii'lte hoy fold   (lie   fr-nelier!  ���������thut his sinter luul Ihn iuoiihIcm, The 1  1 toucher until  Mm  b^ttm  onl  inH l,l>n  I   "Nay, mnw, doc* 'down to the noil!', to stay thero until bin sister got well,  , uik'iiii niuuiiiniiji, .1 lln'ii .*" j-Wi'1   in   iui.i  oltippi-ii jii>iuii,*   11v.11,>  "No.    It   means getting ymir little* ��������� another liny held up   his   IiiiihI ami'  I brother ready for Sunday school,"      |nulil, "Teacher. Jimmy Dolnn's sister  I *-    ���������>��������� ��������� 1 what'* got the tueiisles live* in (Jinn-  1   The Real Llvtr Pill,���������A torpid liver ,1m,"- Topekii Journal.  iiii'iin.1   11   disordered   system,   ineiital   .-     ...  A Magistrate'! Duty. 1  The numerous utterances which Col, I  Deiiisou luu made regarding thu u^e- j  lei-i-noss of law ure responsible for tap i  fact thut many people think that tlm !  Toronto police court is u sort ot hiippv*  go-lucky criminal machine. It is tnio .  tnut thero nro no ideals set up for the  guiduncu of the  chiof olllciuU,  ami  they are allowed to show their ability  to joko or their ability to ruin uecor.i- |  ing to their turn of mind.   However, 1  vitiilu it is a (net that tho chief magis  11 ate guts ul<^ng with as littlo law 4*  possible, he hus n ay-Hum for conduct-  iug his cases,   Hu gavo hi* own idea  to the dutioe of a  magistrate some  time ug" while ur^uing with u lawyer  over tno merits of a cnno.  Tho lawyer in question wm James  li. Muckt'ni'.iu, "Certiorari Jim," who  tins won Innio for himself in thn local  courtii bocnuno of hi* Intininto knowl-  edgo of legal quibbles nnd tochuicnll-  tion. When ho tried to work up n  polico court iirncticu, ho found that  his point< of law had no weight with  Uie iiiiigi.itrnte,  Col, lienirMi listened to a longthj  protest from Mr. Mackenzie, and then  110 remarked; "Tho purpono of low U  to give men a fuir trial nnd punUh  them if they arc guilty; not to nllu>������  thievci to fsciiiHi through tuchuicnli-  Met,"  "Thut in not tho idea at oil," doclnr.  ������d tho lawyer.  "Well, I havo given you my view of  A court," went on tho magistrate.  "When I took my oath of ollice, I  promised to disguise justice wj'h  YuiHium, wit and wUloui,' Uut I re-  uii.'tiilwred.tiiiU -oine writer said vuu  tiitig wns tho child of wit umi fraud  , ������   .   , ... 1  ���������,, 1     ,.,,���������#.,.   I    KA,i^.,'      t.f...     ...-     .,(*.,    .-.,     I  i|*>'*ldod Ihnt when 1 pre-ided in thi������  court I would try to get along with  llm othtr two."  Child Gifts  B������by spoons, children's  ttlsdoodpushtts.tle.,  are appropriate.   It  thty ait simptd  1847 ROGERS BROS.'  thty npnsenl tht hlghttl  uui/lly tlhtr pitta,  "Silntr Tlatt thai Wears" J  Bill In Mil, d/ihn, wi//������fl,  in., in ttiufia'  MCRIDCN  IRITfi CO,'  ���������ni.nar t.rttiixn ������������>i������������.  Horn*  DYEINQ  li ta, wit t*  Sav������ Monyy  Pros't Woll  Trr ������I  ���������IfflM* t* WatJtlni  wllh  0YOLA  JUST THINK Or ITI  l*Tt*yV'i-l<S?.'?'-< "il*1 "f u'*** <i**tt*r*tt*Htt  wiih Ihi ������AMK I r...Ni) rhaiM* at MMntst. Iul  ���������n4 IlKuliful Ciiln,, II umi, from ini llniialit, ,  Unltl. *,*.* In, r..t,���������ll���������4 tmt ITIlMV Dnnt'rl. ft  Tha inlun������������-Ki������.ii������,il������oii Oo , Uint���������4, Muslrxi  i if cure In- nol taken, a chronic state  I of debility.   The very bent nwdiclne  to nroiisii the liver lo lienlthly net-inn1  ! In  f'ariiieliMi'H  Vcgelahle   I'ills,    Tiny  are coruiviiiiuleil  of  purely vegitnlili'  ��������� HtthtstnticoH   of   careful selection nml  I no other pitU have their fine qnnli-j  ��������� lir-t They dn not -rrljii, r,r \uiht nnd'  {tloy lite agreeable to the most nelisi-;  'live ftoniiich.  DODDS '  KIDNEY  j   Kmpty tin enn* arc   med   hy   tin* ���������  Chln.se to make n number of us.ful  i household articles. i  |Mlnard'������   Liniment   Curt*   Dandruff  ,    ChuH>   The  tltulUl  i-util  t   luul  .i  ��������� larg������* entity that needed Mling.  j   Fflir*!���������T������M he recommend any pur-  Uvular ttjiitie of utuilyi'  PILLS  . Si} KiONfY H<rc  'I,,.    Hi,|'J������irWMAll*/k    A  A.-..     "-mi, ni\/    ,i>,  '.'"iiii 'i '*  Th������  R������lorl   Parll������ment-iry.  A fc* years nm, when Liouteiinril-  ,- ' ^., '      ,.       ,i ���������  \i'# liruuswu'k, Hon. Mr. ll i*i*ii, thu  then lender ot tbo opposition, com-  phiiiu������.'l that thi������ lipifch trcii) tne  iliri/iin wns simply n ri.tutsh ������.! Hi..  .ItM'cht-*. tl proviuus yean,  Hon, Mr. lwi������*lm, niter congrntiil-it-  inu tho mrjvi������r uiiii seconder ci ihe a I  ���������|ii>,s, ������;iif- "I iiie-f ii-' v.iii������rrital,|t,:  Iho lender ol tho Opposition on lm  t-liM'ch, IvocBtiSf* I hnve coiigrHtulati'1  turn on thn siiiim' *[^i-en several Um**  delete. Ho ronipluins of tlm speech  limn tht ihrotii* containing the *nme  old matter, but hi* ought to Im glad o|  that, Ix-oriu*.* it *n-ibl<>* him to mak*  the tamo old i-pf-ueli.1'  Limit and Omiiiii.  A tnntiia drink in thn tooth mn  Ul.ind- i- u\nU cf ������ mixture of Uuim  and trnnatt.  c*m*������  fUUNK  [RAILWAY  Excursion  Fares To  EASTERN CANADA,  NEW YORK UNO BOSTON  Will I... nu sale daily until flept. Mlth.  Via ST.  PAUL,  MINNEAPOLIS OR  DULUTH,    CHICAGO   ANO  GRAND   TnUNK   RY.  or  Via  PUHT AH THUD, NOHTHERN  NAVIGATION CO,'$ STEAMERS  Stoji over prlvile(n-������.  Free slIi* tlipn.  I'or tiek.-t reservation*, tiirw tablet  atnl full Information apply lo  A. E. DUFF, Gtntrnl A������������n| Paittngtr  f>i������p*rtiTi*rit  Phone 7tm, m t'titlntie Ave., Winnipeg  W. N. It., Ha. M. :W������^^--~lAw,iK'&m  ���������^^^m^m^SSm^mw^mlmmZ  'A'mmtmiimwmit, ,t uj������Sti$re������gff������SS  ������SSW  . .+   ViVUmnmk������m-mm.~i  THE NEWS, CCMBJEREAMO, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  THE FURNITURE STORE  ���������������w '-Mnn  SPECIAL TO THE &ABIES.  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.  ;.|l llll Willi I    .1111.1 I _J   HI Mj������������W^^W^������W^������i .    .   I    .   L.  '     '  ^���������������������������^���������JMJI���������W^M-���������J������������������������������������ !*4JIIIMMWW*������^l^W������^WrtWA������aW������^Wlai������IWl>l ���������WMWO^M<waW������WI^*M**^������^^W������J  AaMoKINNON"  McPhee L'look, Cumberland, B. C.  Mr. T. E Bate, the nominee of  the Citizens' League for mayoralty honors, as announced is the  only one up to the present, so far  as we can learn, who has positively announced that he is in the  field for that honorable position.  Mr Bate is ar up-to-date and sttc  cessful business man, of keen intelligence, and has i-erved the  city ably as an alderman for seven years, up to the j.resent civic  year. He has beeu blamed by  sotr.e for the defeat of the sewer  by-law, but if such be tlie case it  .shows that he is a n.an that can  influence men, and ii' lie opposed  it conscienciously on the grounds  of it being presented at an inop  portuue time and net thoroughly  explained to the voters, it i.s a  compliment to his persuasive  powers that through his .influence it was defeated. Our present ma )for is a good conscientious,  clean man, and has done hisbesT  under very adverse circmnstau  ees, and if he decides to re-enter  the field will be a hard man to  beat. May the best man win,  auu it is to be bopi-d that, our  u xt council will accomplish  more for the city than tlie pres  ent one,  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refreshing beverage...  COMMUNICATIONS.  Editor News:-���������As a citizen  aud property owner of ihe city of  Cumberland will you kindly allow  me space iu your valuable paper  to express my views of the Citizens' League, the City Council  aud the city of Cumberland in  general.  Now, Sir, I have uo animosity  or hard feelings against anyone,  nor io I wish to have any, but it  amuses me to hear how this Citi  ���������ens' League getc after thn City  Council���������why they d->u t  cleau  Now, Mr Editor, if we have  smarter   men   in   the   Citizen's  League   than   we have in  the  Council why not get them iu the  Council aud let them show their  ability in running a city without  money.     They  might find it no  easy task.    I don't think that the  mayor and aldermen would allow  any outsider to run  the council  for oue night, nor allow him  to  make aud   and  second' morions  and occupy   three   parts  of the  meeting along with another indi  vidual who is nnt a member   of  said League.    Uesidcs, I am told  that tht- president of the Citizen's  League was elected one  year to  represent a certain ward  iu   the  city and because he was not. allowed   to   sit   ou   the licensing  board he quit the  Council right  there and then, and, believe me.  I would uot be   surprised   it   he  quit the League before   another  yeaFlFaTan etldT      AgajfiTTInir  told   that   another     prominent  member of the Citizens'  League  who is aspiring   for   the   oihee  of mayor, did all that he could  io prevent  the  building of oui  prcse.it post office,   which   is   a  credit to our town,   and   I   have  every reason to believe that some  who profess to  be  very anxious  for the advancement of the city,  tire sending out of town fur their  groceries,  on   which   they   can  sav but very little,  if anything.  Dou't you think in  summing up  the whole proposition,  that tlie  Citizens   League    is  composed  largely of meii who aru thore  to  stop the progress ot onr town in-  s end oi of advancing it.    Now  .Mr. Editor I hope I am not lak-  up too much space, but my hum  ble opinion of the situation at  present U that   we   want  sidewalks ou both sides of Dunsinniv  Avenue iu the worst way, and it's  a forgone   couclusiou   that   we  must have a sewerage system,  and if we havo the same,   let us  huve an up-to-date one, oue that  would be a credit to our  town  The  Purest  and Best  on the  Coast.  and made in  Cumberland.  City Council  j������U8  the streets and back alleys,   lay      , , . , ., . .  .,      ���������      ,       . ���������   .'-jaim do away with our midmghi  sidewalks, clear stump* off thc strollcv Qvnzm,  itreets, open up new streets and  keep the sewerage iu good condition���������in fact some went ������o far  a������ to say thai the C ity Council  should have started iu aud cleared the seven acres of laud given  them recently for a park.  Now, Sir, thc old proverb runs  true: U takes money to do anything. And thc Council has uot  one cent to spend o.i any such  work. Wheu the sewer by-law  whs turned down lu-a .summer it  tied up the Council's hands so  tlut they had not one cent in the  treasury, in fact tliey had to pny  back two or tlnee iliou*-n\.d dollars to the Royal Hank whicii  was borrowed last year, which  left the present < oincil with  hardly a cent to .^eml, und I|  dou't think they av< <*vn**etH lo  dig down in their own jeam to  help keep tne City ol   Cumber  ),���������!.'!'! ?!! it pnrtf} ettxh -irv ciiitditinu  SPATES  The TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  anu REPAIRING.  Uud lea' Work  n Specialty.  rl'lr' | H H-t-H-B-1-H-hH-l-Hi  Hut to read the  proceeding*   ol"  the Citizens' League o���������e would  t1'in it that thc Council should get  Die money and do ull thc  work  When fhey drafted mm .*��������� Im a..,..,  whereby the Council < <������u!d have  put in an   u*>k>-<- it������*   ������.���������������*.'.��������� c a-e  8 stem whiih woti'd haw '������*��������� is ji  c edit to the town, I .un told thn  w.-nte  of ihe  mum     eague  manlier* worked bird   u>  <1<uvii  it, and tbu* Mopped tK* progies*-j  }*%  c.'ihf city. '���������   ���������  ' *t HI I ��������� f ���������f-H-f-H' f-H-frfrl-M-H'  The regains iriwting of the city  couuciMook-place^lo'iiday-jaxeiis.  ing with Mayor Ma<-denaldgin the  I'liair, and Aids McLeoq. Brown  and Stewart present.  The minutes of the last regular  meeting snd also spectial meeting  of the 10th inst. were road and  edoppd.  Commtinicsitiou from Hobr-on  & Go ro lire iuHiiraiiO.o on" the City  IJ nil now occupied as a picture  fliow, Tlie city clerk was ittstnu*  ���������oil to iioijotiato with Mr Nunns  r*  nud have *,t ttow policy niiideoiit.  Coin in ii mention from Mr. Man-  kou. M.P, P. acknowledging receipt  of letter ro ti'tiiml'oi' ot provine.iol  account from Royal Bank and *tut-  tug that he had taken the matter  up with the premier nnd iiiiiiibter  nf tiiiaiiee.  PeHt house���������Tender from An  Macquai'i'ie for liuitig witli  ���������hiplap and repairing doors and  windows for ������120 was received.  It was considered that it wenld be  better have it lined with V joint.  Thn mayor was instructed to see  All*- Miicqiinrrle and if the work  could hu done at a rounoiiitblo iig-  ure, to be finished with V-joinl.  Coiiiiuiinicatioii from [lohc-on &  Co.. Vancouver insurance ngenti",  ������tit ing that imurancw on City  building? had lie-en lncrcnsed Jt  wiin moved ami n������M'oiidcd tlmt the  rent of Citv Hall bo iuei*unm������l to  Vdo per motitli, 1 lio oeeiipnnt to  pay for nil light������ in eoiiiu'Ction  with nunc, and also tlmt Mr Cur-  uk be iibkiul toailjiiht hit* plant in  (.'.oiiipHmicu with tho rulcH and n ���������  gulutioiiH of iiiftiiruiicoeoiiiimny.  Aldi* Hrown, MuLuihI ami the  major wore appointed to form a  GnuM. of Ui'vImiiii t*> >-it on Dec  l'Xh, to revisit llm voter*' lint for  1011. with power lo vld to or  strike off nny Hitmen,  Aid MeLeod reported on Udiitlf  of board of work* thnt city givo  Mr Milligiin llie miiu of $10 to  illow Iftnlf'v Wiilkur'rt f>flw������r to  eoiifiMct with Mr Milligati'H,     It  WHU IDOVf'il Hllll HWlUlihid   tlmt   tint  uetioii of the hoard he dihIoI'-umI,  It wns also dwddiul to eoniplete  tht* t'SUotthoi of tdty HmfM in n* ta  n-lndo school and city buildings  und tlmt V'lting un hiiiiie Uv uut  ������|du pr������������|H������rty lioldvrn be li<<ii| oh null.iy nn civic ulcetioiM.  IJ.iftt'il of Works ������*epoitl'il   ('iie|i������.  {���������ii   on   niuw crocking ln*wi*i'"  T>irU������HV and S''Hviuili\,  t'oinieil iiilji>iiiiieil.  WATRR NOTICES.  NOTICB ia   hereby given that   aa  I application will be made under Part  V. ot the "Water Act, 1909," to ob-  tu.u ii liceu e in the S.ywaiU. JDivi^iou of  t onut D'mtrict.  (a.) The name of Company in full:  Davi son Ward Cojnijany, Limited. 'Ilia  lie-it! t.fllce Vniio iHver, British CulnmhU  The cipital, hew* divided, showing pnid up  capital S500.000 divided int.i 5000 shares  ot m0 vno\x     $151,000 puisl up.  (It for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b.) The name of lake, stream or  source (if unnamed, the description  .i-l No name. Stream rising in a valley on  tin- cast side of Cojiper Reach, Lou^hboro  Inlet, about ten mili-s northeast of Towry  (lead and ten n.iles from the mouth of  Apple liver.  (c.) The point of diversion: At a  bout one-half mile from mouth nf   stimuli,  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second):  Four culiic foet.  (e.) The character of the proposed  works: 550 feet of flume, 100Q feet uf ditch  find '2000 feet, of pipe.  (f.) The premises on which the water is to be used (describe same): On  the following lainis: Comuienctn); at a  pjinc about 10 cbains north of a stretiuon  the east aide o1 Copp.-r Ruach, Loughliom  Inlet and about 3 milesuortbeustof Towrj  Head, theiicj eai-t'JO ohaiut,; thenoe we������t,  20 chuiiiB, to shore of Iulet; theuce nortli  20 ch'tius sloug shore of Inlet to p. iut of  uou.nieuoenieut. and oontaimag about 4������  uc ia more or l>jfe.  (g.) The purposes on which the water is to be u-.eJ: PuHer for ������h.v uuathiu-  g'etmll.  (h.) If for irrigation describe the  land intended to bo 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 ., some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of re-  uin. The wmor in letura a into 1. ugh-  b riiigh tide*, wiitre thy nu-.-am ������iit< r.ith-  inlet,.    Uitf neiice in altimde abmit 000 f ���������.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended to  be.occupied by the   proposed works:  ���������40-M<������.������������,~���������- ��������� : ������������������-���������_*���������" -_'   iDMBEELAND TAILOR I  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made \o Order  '   from S20 tii 335    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS mflfcE TO   ORDER A^D  IN ANY STYLiE YOU UUISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  I CUMBERLAND, -       . B. C.  j������iiii!iiiiiiiiiiattiiuiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiuiiiiiniiiiiyn  I  Capital $5,000,000  I  Reserve $5,700,000 I  Fhe Royal Bank of Canada.   1  PAYABLE   ALL I  (k.) This notice was posted on  the  twelfth dn> of November, 1910, a d up^.i -  cntiou will be made ou the iifchtventh i a  of D-oomiii-T, 1010, to th" aoiU'i'is-i" pr,  (1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licenses who or whose lands are likely  to bo nffocted by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet:  Tbe Ditviilsou-Ward CouifUtiy, U d , o������vii  all tho Timb-r Lioun������a in tb������ veiiul-y.  Tilen* mo ii. t auy agricultural landi m the  iieiuliborhiHid and no lvmda nil'-'utid by the  prii|uimd works.  Attach copy of such parts of tho  Company's memorandum of association aa authorize the proposod application and worfcs.  (SiKiiatuie)    b\ L   WA.UI);  An^iit fur Uiivi iRiiti-Wnnl C ���������. Uil,  (P.O. ndiire.H)  iul I Do niiiiou Trust UU1k->  VllDI'O.IVt"    ll. O,  I DRAFTS    ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY,  | OVER THE WORLD.  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid lo .SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  I   at highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  I                       CUMBERLAND,'B. 0., Branch, Open Daily.  I                     COURTENAY,   B.O, ;8ub-Branch,   Open  Tuesdays and  FRIDAYS.   ^___garioar_ WHARF, B. O.      ,b-Branch, Open Thursdays.  1  H. "F*. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  Kxtran^ from tlm mkmdkami.'M nr association ok tub  Davidson-Waud i.um  i'ANV, UMl'lKU.  A Co.jipuiy duly inconiorateiJ under (lie  Cijiii|)iuiii:s Aci, ltl'j;, aiHliiiiieniliug  Acts, ;in<l  under the W'Mcr Claincs Cunsolicliiiioii  Act, 1897 and amending Aris,  OIIJKCTS OF 'IHK COMPANY,  (b) The ficc|uisitiou by pyrchiise nntl re  cord of wiuer anil wuter pilfer ul recorded ur unrecorded wiutrr or wmer privileg-  ks for ami the n-iplicuiinii of such water  and wilier power lor .ill or any oi tht lol  lowing p.irpoacs: For rendering nucli  wnter and waier power availible for use,  application and ciiiitnibuiiou by eiuitint*  I'aiiis, increasing the he.id uf water in  uuy exiiiing bod*)' ol water, or cxiendint*  the area 1 hereof, diverting the writer* ol  iiiy siream, poml nr lake into any other  channel ur channels, laying or erecting  -iny line of flume pipe ur wire, construe-  in������ any r.iccway, lenfivuir ur aqueauct,  won*, wlitcl, liuildiHjj.s or oilier elections  ol work which may li ruqulied in connec  tion with die improvement and use of the  tmid vatir atul water power, or by nlior-  inK, renewmn, extending, iinpriwii^ re-  (MirinK or iiiiiiniaininu tucli works tn  m.iciiiiiiMy or any part thereof.  (c) The uie 01 >witerj or w������ler power  f������t'ii)il.iiiKi iiuiiiulaciurin^, iniiustri.il and  iiieclian'u al purpuiiet, aud in p.irticuliu  fur in.inuiuciunny wood pulp and i<ap������r  (ii) To u*it* water and water power  lm producing uuy form of puuer .intl lor  proiluciiiK ami uenerntinn Wectnciiy lor  tlm purpose ol light, hem or any ol tucli  |)UI'|l.iSrS  (e) Cnnstructin^, opcratiiiK and main  (���������nun*; elecnic worko, punei tuiuiiei, (ten  ciutiii),' plant, ami ������uth othvr applia-icig  and ciiiiieiiieiice* an are ncci'us.iry or inn  per lur ���������;eufr.,t n6������fi������ciricty ur any oilier  lonn 11 .bvelopcd power, aud for iian������-  1 williiij, llie kauit lw oe u������cu ,'��������� .lie A   j.t.iuy i.r hy'.ri* t*m--. nr cnr'ioni'lm.i nm-  iritciiuj; wiili ihe Company thcrelnr, iih ,������  motive power lor nil the ptiipf>������e* lor  nhuli water, water puntr, eleurkity mt  electric power derived limn water may be  applied, uued or required.  ���������C���������*tCCMOS*0C������OCO������eOCO  Be Cloutier,  General Blacksmith  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBL I  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  =V.  BO]<lO$A:  manufactured of miNERAIi CUATBI^S.  CJUholesale Dealer* in WINES, LtlQUOR & BEER  P. O. BOX 146  PHONE 29....  CUMBERLAND  G. !1. ASTON,  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER  FlRST-CI,ASS RKPAIKINO 01������* ALL KINDS DONK.  English watchks a spkcialtv %3h  All Work Guaronteed.  Next to Tarbell's,  XOE3E  Dunsmuir Ave,  PLIMLEY'S ANNUAL  bZ/lv> T n^L-iCu  ���������wrALwCli  ��������� 1 ���������    ������������������ ������������������ ���������    -��������� ��������� ��������� *��������� ������������������*  We are clearing out all our 1010 slock of  bicycles at sacrifice prices. This is  an unparaiieled uppui luiiily lo fed a  high grade bicycle at a great bargain.  These machines are our regular stock  of standard makes, all High Grade,  Hore������������tao������injr a tp*������el������Hy.  Third Ave , Ciinit������erlnitd  mtmit; tccimteea  Singers,  Humbers,  EnfLelds,  Touriata.  Ladies, Gonts andJuvenile Models*  THOS. PLIMLEY,  H   IHO GOVERNMENT ST.. VICTORIA, B.C Jf


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