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Array f  ll  A Journal Devoted Especially, to th������ Interests of Comox District*  Tub News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B; C,   TUESDAY, DEC. 13,   1910  Subscription $1.00 a Year  iS"������  THE BIG STORE  N^^^MiST-V*-******^' * *���������*** ������^W*>Vlrt*<*V������������^^������>^> W^flrH j  Specia] Price  ON ALU  s  We close our  show  rooms on Dec 17th and  EVERY HAT  MUST BE SOLD.  - mmmmmmmammmmmmemmnammm������������������mmmmm**��������� ��������� \a*v*tmmmutMwrmmmmmmmmmmtm^r*maatjmmmmn  REMEMBER:    Nothing  .  but   the   most   up-to-date   in  stock.  A Store Pull of Xmas  everv boat.  ���������'���������**  Do your Xmas buyinghete]  Satisfaction assured with every Purchase.  m***\f*m%***t\'*mwa*m*** ������y������^**-VM������<<������*^.������������^V^fr**^������^MN>wWtyW j  Simon Leiserl& Go., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Cumberland*  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OP"  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener H'rewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds ot  Wines and Tyiquors,  Place your Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake  and  Fruit Louf NOW.  SECOND    STREET  GRAND OPENING  OF TOYS, ETC.,  ON DECPMBER 1st.  Two prizes given away.  ist prize, Handsale Doll, val. $15.00  2nlo;i ze, >       "- #6.50  Every 50c, Purciiase entitles you to  . a Ticket  AT   THE  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  THE CORNER STORR I  We are now showing a full  1 range of Christmas Goods, in-  | eluding the following lines:���������  ���������  p  ���������**  I  '���������*���������  fr  te*  Ladies Department.  Fancy Collars and Belts  Ladies' Quilted Gown  Gloves  Umbrellas  Fancy Handkerchiefs  Sweater Coats  Hand Bags  Shawls  Silk waists  Gents* Department  Ties  Gloves  Umbrellas  Silk Handkerchiefs  Sweater Coats  Smoking Jackets  t  \J--  <&*  %  tt*  it  G_9  te  ���������4*  ������  4)  ���������9  The above mentioned articles are just  few   suggestions   for    Christmas  Presents.  GROCERY DEPARTMENL-Our Xmas Fruits .  have arrived and are in splendid condition. I  s  t  J.X McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  ���������tern  A valnahlo addition to tlie On|i-1    Constable Kraiis* on Saturday          niflht arrested   throe young men  in T. Robinson' roHtiiurant for dis-  forma Htoelc compuny of tlio Bison  Co. is MIhs Alona Darkfeather, a  full-blooded Indian girl with  strong dramatic talent,    Thoro nro  hilt few IWll riltlilll'.fl ill tllfl ttllltlHC-  ttuint fluid with tho ability to interpret loads, und tho Hlnon in tho  only moving picture company  whic'.i Iiuh gouiiiuo Indians  in   it.'  stock company.  Miss Darkfoather Ims mado a  anccosa in tho h'strioniu field, hnt  th������ luruof tho wild causud hor dis  uppoaranco, Frud, J. IJulshofor,  wostorn manager of the Bison (Jo.,  iiinally located her  At  Needles,  ttirliing Om peace, which upon boing investigated holoro Magistrate  AhriuiiH on Monday evening,  would not hold wntor, the on no lining (liftittIhhocI. Ic was cliiimod  that two shots from t revolver  woro tiit'd by tlio oonstHblii at ono  of thoyo n; mon who broke nwny  from him, which wiih denied by  thu countable who claimed that  tho shots wont oif accidentally as  bo wim drawing tlm gnu from his  pocket, A countable who will  draw a gun without tho flighted  provioatio n in ti danjiorotis umn to  Cal., whero she wki living with | entrust witli such n weapon,  hor tribe, and after much mramt-     Tlw Folia* Commissioners will  sion induced hor to sign  a contract.   'Phono pictures aro shown  ,i* it,,, fit"   Tl.ill   niilv     V'lifi'O    tit,  -���������    ������������������     ���������  -*w    ��������������������������� ��������� . ���������  *"i-!o|Hmt������r*M aro shown.  LAID AT REST.  The funeral of tho lato Mrs.  Robert Grievo last Thursday, was  attended by a largo number of sym  pathising friends. Many who could  not follow the last sad procession  to Sandwick eomtery, where tho  body was laid iu its n'nal renting  placo, were glad of tho opportunity afforded by tho memorial  service in the Methodist church,  to show thoir sympathy with iho  bereaved family. Tho lleboeeas  in prooosejon in full regalia tendered tho tokens of respect of  thoir order to their departed sister,  passing the open casket in the  church in solemn farow-ull, and at  the cemetery ouch casting into tho  open grave tv spray of evergreen  in token of ondiiring  tnomory,  Six young men, members of  tlio Orange Voting Hritons noted  us pall bearers. The following in  n list of thu floral offerings:���������  Globes���������Alr. and Mrs. John  Newton, Mr, Mr* mid Miss Dunk*  KeUwcns' Lodge, Orange Young  Britons,  Wi'oiuIih���������Mr, and Mrs. I,  Mouiict., Mr. and"Mru, T, Hioklo,  Miss Scnvitrdo, Mrs, Maim'dii,  Mr. and Mr*. Good, I), Nidlist  and fmnily. Mr, and Airs, .1. M:it  thews, Mi; and Mrs, J, Gibson.  Crowes-Mrs, S. Mugnoni, T.  aud M. Tapolla, Miss Mary Gibson, Mr. ami Mrs. Daniel*, Mr.  and Mrs. A, Cameron, Mr. nud  Mrs. Thompson.  Itonuotu���������.Mr. and Mrs. C. rant  ham. Mr. and Mrs. Pieroy.  Sprays���������Mr, and Mis. A. Cam  eron, Airs, iikut,  The death took place on Friday last of Mrs Rosella Hugo,  relict of the late Joseph Hugo, in  the =6th year of her age, of blood  poisoning, after a short illness.  Deceased was a native of Prince  Edward Inland, and has been a  resident here for several years. A  son and daughter, both resident  here, are left to mourn her Joss:  Austiu Hugo aud Mrs. J. N, MeLeod. The funeral took pluce  from the family residence, Der-  went Ave,, on Sunday afternoon  to the Catholic Church, thenee to  the Catholic cemetery for interment. Rev Father Mertins officiating. The I.Q.OF. attended  thc funeral, also Sheriff Drake,  of Nanaimo. an old friend of the  family, was in attendance.  Owing to shortness of space  we regret that we are unable to  phblish a list of the lloral offerings iu this issue,  Ilar������y MeCluskey, n woll known  resident of Coinox, died at tlm  ���������Jnbileo Hospital, Victorinon \V������I  lmsdiiy hint. Tbu Into Mr Mo-  Clusky wiih a son.in-law of tlio  Into George Mt'Domtld. His wifo  pro-di'i.-eio-ml him by a year and  ono (laiij������liifr survivos bim, The  futioral which look plnei- at Hnnd-  ���������wi������k on Sntiirdny was condnutoii  by tho Mystic. Sbrlnnrs, assisted  Onmluirlntid mid district  Masons-'.  Tho fallowing gontlotnon acted  as pall  lioarurs: -It.   Grarit,   C.  .                     '"' w  The Canadian Bank |  of Commerce j  HEAD OFTIOB: Toronto.                          ESTABLISHED 1C8T. |!'  PAID-UP CAPITAL    *      -    .      $10,000,000 &  RESERVE FUND    -     -     -     -      $6,000,000 g  SIR   EDMUND  WALKER,   C.V.O.,  L.L.D., |  I  ts>  P.O.L., President,  ALEX. LAIRD, Genrbal Manager.  a=' in-r-  :i-mr: .i-u���������-      '     1,1      1 ��������� -rt'w. tin.  Br������nchc������ throughout C������nnd������, And in the United  titmice, Mexico an������ nr^Iattd.  TiT'KfT"!,   u.,m,iu���������m j.. 1   jj,    ������������������-'��������� jict  it.,.,  I  Country Business-  Banking by Mail-  Every facility afforded to farmers and  others for die iran������aeiior>, of their oanlc-  ng busineis,  Accounl* may be opened by mail and  monie-i deposited or **ulxlr������wn in  thin  w.iy witli equnl facility  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T. WHITE, Mam������g������r.  Qn>/h4p/Kr*\n*\^*^r^^t^^  Tho Nelson Rli-Md   !  In* avr'v.d  tt  llridjrcs, ,1. U. Johnston, C. Furn  ham, T. Hudson and J, Matthews.  The burial sorvleo was eimdacted by Fast Potentuto George W.  Clinton of Gizoh Tomplo, assist  oil by Chaplain Mouzios of liirani  Lodge.  CARD OF THANK-4.  To all the friends whose sympathy and services were so kindly tendered in onr time ol" bereavement, we desire to extend  our sincere thanks, also for the  betimifui floral offerings.  Austin IIuoo, Mr. andMhs.  J. N.McLkod.  for Cumberland publio sohool.  will be used compel it J v-dl^- '. ���������������-  tw������wi the dWJto-atit divif.io.is iiiii-r  Xmas as thn smtf consider! hei*  Douyald Mitciioll who !������m������ le<*ii  111 for son*.* timo, loft hy Sunday's  hoat for Vancouver to ih.derjjoan  operation.  BIRTH���������At Cuu>b4rlnnd, Ba.-  nrday Doeenih;.-, lot!i, tn M-, ������vd  Mrs. W. T. White a dmip-htor  investigato thu matter,  Dan Mnruh while out hnuting  on Wediieiday last, was leveroly  wntiifietl iu the face by the aee!-  dental discharge of a gnn in tho  hand* of a companion, Tho shot  which waa at eloko '{nart-ars, grae-  **d his forohcad inflicting a nasty  fle������h wound.  Manager Curtis left by Tuesday's boat en route Jor J'ortland,  Oregon. He promises biy attractions in the moving picture  liue ou his return, Buffalo Hill's  Wild Weit Show beiug one of  them.  Fn������l Xutins, of Campbell Rivet  is iu tuttu,  (hoi'fto Tarhull nud William  Morrifield ������rri%*a������l home by Htm-  day's boat from Vnneonvor.  CAUl) OF THANKS.  To those who have been  with  us 111  our   ocR'uvcnu-iu   nun   uy  kind words and kindly acts havo  tried to lessen our sorrow, wc extend our sindere thanks, alio for  the k'tutiful floral offerings.  Romt. Gkikvk,  IJ. Nhi.i.iht,  1). Oakikls.  [l^UseM Xmas Presents for Young and Oict. [2^  Only i)in������������ mnn: thy tt loft to do your Xmas shopping in. ami right now is  thc hum tinu: while: you am got a belter selection.    A few usefui pitttnts to  ,.i.,,���������..,. (������������������!,.,-  Fine pictures  at  the Cumhci  land Hall this  week.    Dou't nii"r  them.  Intending Xmii buyors, should  visit Tlm Uig Store. Their ot(������'k  of Xmas (.atria is unequtillml in  Marl* C������n������ arrivotl homo on Ftm  ��������� dity oigiil.  Lad iks' Fancy Collars,  Belts, Net Blouses, Silk  Kimonas, Motor Veils,  Blouse Lengths, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, etc.  Mkn's    Tics,  Handkerchiefs,  Boxes, (ilov������-s,  ers, Armlfts ;md r  Umbrellas, Purses  Mufflcrsi  Collar-  c* *  huspf'V;.  Gapipbell Bfos  Agents for Campbell and Fit-Kite Clothing  Bcrwm���������m.'ii'iiTWTT*- -rar>-���������* THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The FOURTH  ESTATE  Novelized by  Frederick R. Toombs  from the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Medill Patter-  ton and Harriet Ford.  Coeyrt.ht. 1909. by Joseph Medill  Patterson tnd Harriet ford.  (Continued.)  Chapter ix.  AjT 9 o'clock lu the managing  I editor's room lu tbe Advance  building Wheeler Brand aud  three other men, Howard  Hartley, Jeff Ttiorne, staff reporters,  and Bill, tbelr mucb browbeaten understudy, were Industriously at work.  At one side of the office diagonally  trom the managing editor's desk was  a bigb mahogany desk which bucked  against a wooden partition which cut  off a small room used as a "morgue,"  tbe place where newspaper and magazine clippings are kepi for reference.  Through the puriltlou a round hole  about tive Inches In diameter had been  cut with a handsaw, uud on a table in  the morgue a camera hud been rested  witb the telescopic protuberance containing the lens projecting through the  bole in the partition Into- a private  mail box directly above tbe desk. The  door of this box. Into which ..were  placed letters arriving for the managing editor during his absence, had -  been unlocked. A line of shoe thread  bad been fastened to the door of tbe  tor and extended dowu behind tbe  desk to the floor ami across to tbe  left hand side of Brand's desk. A  alight tug on the thread would cause  tbe door of the mail box to open, exposing to tbe lens Brand's desk, bis  chair  and  another  chair   which   had  been placed arTbTT^rTHHtiKs-d^in-  next to the telephone.  For several nii-nites tbe mysterious  preparations went ou. .Inst what tbey  meant no oue but Brand could tell,  and he was strangely silent, except as  to directing what should be done.  Hartley was anxious to make certain thut tbe lens aimed directly at  Brand's desk, lie measured the line  witb his eye.  "Get ttV" called .leff.  "No, not yet, Wnlt n mtmite," How-  ard answered, dodging around quickly  toward tbe little "morgue." "1 haven't  got the focus right yet.   Hold ou!"  Jeff lighted a match, held tt up and  ���������tood between the two ebatrs.  "How's tbat?" be cried.  Tbe ans,werlug voire came back.  "Yes; Mint's tbe vury thing, it's all  right now."  Brand Btepped forwnrd from a corner of the room from whence he hnd  been watching the tiiuil preparations  tor tbe strange event th������t was to occur.  "Aro you  ull  set  imw.  boys'/"   ho  asked,   "ls your canieru In tbo right  place for tbe flashlight?"  ��������� "Yea, slrl" cried Jeff and Howard simultaneously.  "Tbo flashlight Is plnnted hero, sir."  ���������aid Howard, potmlti^ to u narrow pan  ana called* tbe night city editor. "Tbe  Pal riot has got tbe town skinned on  shipping." he said. "Do you know  who's doing It for tbem? Well. 1 think  ywi'A bet ler hire blm."  Joe Dillon wandered lu. '  "Good evening. Mr Brand." he said  weakly. Durklu. who had summoned  him. followed him In. j  "Well. Joe. what ts it r* I  "Walt a minute. Uurktn. Uot a ;  story for ua. Joe if" queried Brand sym- I  pathetically. !  Dillon stafegered forward.  ������������������Better sit dowu," cuutloued Brand. \  "Same old story, eh ?" \  "No.    I'm hungry." !  "Durkin, go get one hot roast beef S  sandwich and a big pot of black cof- J  fee and see tbat he gets (hem." ���������  "Yes. sir." The lad sped away after j  dexterously catching a quarter which j  Brand tossed blm. j  "I wish I was going iu there to work ]  wltb tbe boys Instead of eating char- I  Uy grub." began Dillon plaintively. "I <  know you mean all right. Mr. Braud. ;  I've tried aud tried again to fight It j  off. but it's useless. 1 can't It's too j  late. I'm a dead one. The hard stuff, i  the five cent whisky, has got .me. You j  never heard how tbls thing started,  did you. Mr. Braud? lf it hadn't  been for my wife"���������  "Ob. cut it out!'! cried Brand, and  Dillon shambled' out of the room.  Downs hurried- In. He had become  night editor when the shnkeup occurred at the time of Brand's promotion.  ���������'Young Bobbie Doollttle pinched  again for speediug." he rattled off.  "Three show girls in the auto. All of  'era lit up. Bobbie weeping because  tbe girls bad to miss rbe theater, aud  his mother's at me ail evening t.o  keep it out.    Wbnt'll I do?"  Brand leaned back nnd smiled.  "Well, It was on her account we kept  out his partial elopement with her  French maid nnd tbe time be kissed  the bead waiter at tbe St. Honore hotel  in lien of a tip. and 1 guess���������well, print  this one.   It may help brace him up."  "Oh. and tbat disappearance case."  reminded Dowus. "The girl's come  back���������old gag. visiting ber friends in  Jersey, but she's been off on the suit  case circuit all right,"  "Home no**?" jerked the managing  editor.    witn the judge7" to amaaemenu  "Precisely."  "If  I   had   any  business   witb   tbe  judge, Dupuy. 1 would prefer to do it  wltb the judge."  "But 1 am his plenipotentiary."  "Mbm. mbm!" grunted Brand negatively.  "You are rather unreasonable,  Brand." A wearied nnd hopeless loqjt  began to show in the lawyer's visage.  The youug editor noted this and resolved to tein|xirii*.e wtth and exnsper-  ate this muu wtuni) n������* despised above  ail others, even above Hartelmy himself, Bartelmy. tiellevvu . Braud, even  if be wns a scouudrei, actually had  superior mental ability, was a brilliant  thinker and Hct������-d boldly In many of  his dishonest trausactluusou the bench.  But Dupuy���������be was to It mud Ihe bang-  er-ou, the skulker, the vandal jackal'  thut devoured corpses In the nlgbt that  braver animals had fought nud killed  by day. His eyes blinked In tbe llgbt,  did Dupuy's. It was tn tbe underground runways that he coursed rbe  swiftest And ns these thoughts- sped  through bis brain tbe editor look**  away absently.  Dupuy came bot on bis trail. .  "Shall ] make an appointment with  him for you, say. tomorrow morn iug f  be anxiously queried.uf tbe newspaper  man..  "I don't care." ���������   ,  "Tben I'll do it!" he said decidedly  and moved away from tbe desk.. "And  ���������er"��������� He ssw that Brand wns still  Indifferent He  returned to tbe  desk. "Thing*  will remain stationary until  then?" he aaleed.  "Things never  remain stationary in a new-tpv  per office," responded tbe managing editor laconically.  "What l mean  is that there  would be na  story���������er���������about  bim until you nee  bim."  "I  don't know  STORY OF THE CONSOL  How  Debt   la  WHAT VICTORIAN ORDER IS.  has  ���������P-tH'  "7'flt htinmi*  In ��������� shadowed *imi nu top of the mahogany desk and ttvmm i������ me h-um.  "Uate j-./u u-*U*l ll'iAJ" w-\ifd Hntirt  "Yes, sir."  "tl* careful, sir. nr you'll explode  tbe flash." warned Jeff as Brand lighted ��������� match to ascertain the location  tit the r*>wd������T.  "Go Into mmm 4. lmy*. and watt uu  1 send for you," directed Brand.  Jeff and Howard went out.   Brand i mthnir  "Yep."  "Think she'll stay tbere?"  "She might"  "Well, sbe can't If we print this, so  let's forget It."  "But we've had a man on It two  dnys," persisted Downs. "We're tbe  ouly paper that's got It."  "Well, we wou't be the one to kick  ber down," pronounced Brand,. tafriilng  bis head away to end the conversation,  "All right. Just as you say."  The telephone bell rung.   Brand took  off the receiver.  "Hello! Tell'Mr. Dupuy I'm busy!"  be cried after taking the message.  "Wbnf? Send hlin tn. That's all.  Downs. See that tbey take care of  Dlllou, will you?"  The nlgbt editor nodded In tbe affirmative and gu-zed rather curiously  at Brand os he went out.  Dupuy came Into Brand's office with  a most circumspect nod deferential air.  Dressed In evening clothes, carrying  bis silk hat In his hnnd nnd wltb u  boutonniere of hothouse violets in bis  lapel, he gave every Indication of being tbe society tlgure thnt his nnmo  and wealth bad niiiile possible for hlm,  The Inwyer lobby 1st walked directly  to tbe desk nt which Brand was seated. In reply to the innnaglug editor's  salutation he bowed sillily and leaned  forward over the desk.  Several moments efnpsed before Dupuy spoke. He was trying to put bis  npenlng words tu tbe most judicious  Inngunge, und well be might hesitate  when ono considers tho nature of big  evil errand,  "The gentleman who was coming to  see yoti tonight," nt last bo said carefully, "hns Imd to go to tho opera witb  his dnnghter. He hns asked mo to  como In his stend."  An expression of complete bewilder-  meut spread over the other's face.  "A gentleman?   Whnt gentleman?"  he Intcrrrogntcd.  Dupuy wns momentarily nonplused.  "Why, the gentleman who���������nb, with  whom you mude an appointment for t)  o'clock this eviiiilng-bero���������nt your office."  Brand still refused to show tits hand,  "I should be very Kind to hear whut  ynu   bare  to  auy,   Mr.   Dupuy,   but,  1 frankly.  I don't know whnt you are  | driving at"  I The visitor was annoyed, tie was  positive that Biirteltuy would uot send  i hlm on ������ wild g������m**c errand. Hurely  j the judge ami llrsiid had come tm  I terms regarding the alienee nf the Ad-  ; viiricr na lo lite lousing Iron ciue de-  | cislnn. The editor wits pluytng wltb  | blm now, he knew- dangling him on a  ' verbal honk to taiitnllne him.  I "Uh, come, you mm<w wimi i im-mi -  .  llm)>A).i.i" nl'tH'i-fd tlu* Judge's rtenpt-  cable tool.  I    "Judge Hartelmy T exclaimed Brand  I In surprise.   "Well, what about hiiu'r  I    Dupuy produced a card, which the  ' editor glenn-d al.  "Wbai's tbls.'" he ntt.rCi. Hum tie  read*. ���������������������������Dupuy wltl represent me.*   In  "A tnurlWifjiM iteitV  what you ore talking about."  :Can_weJeijLguji^ve(Lfgrofjg. df v T*  "I don't know what you are talking  about."  "You Insist on bis coming here personally?"  "Of course I dou't I dou't insist oa  anything."  "How much time have we got?"  "He knows alt about that,"  Dupuy wns Immeasurably relieved  at tbls last remark, it was the tirst  time that Brand had ludlcated that  Bartelmy and he bud had an engagement  "Mr. Brand. I can almost assure yo*  that ray client will keep his uppotut-  ment." The lawyer's voice raug out  tirmly.  The editor nodded carelessly toward  tho speaker, wbo spun ou bis heel and  speedily strode a wuy. The telephone  bell sounded,   Brand bent over quickly.  "Hello! Wbo-oh. yes. Mr. Nolnn.  No, sir, not yet but I think we'll have  blm Innded ull right In about half un  hour. Please don't worry about tt  It'll be nil right Just go away and  hide somewhere, for they'll bo doing  tbe baby act as quick as 1 trap him,  and you'll be squawed to death before  we get to press. Vou promised tne tbla  ehnnce. You want to know what's going on? Woll, where will yoti beT  Triple S riszA. Uet off the wire, Miu  Btowe. Yes, Mr. Nolnn, they cut la  on us. I'll call ynu up Inter."  (To bo continued.)  the British  National  Made Up.  Almost all the debt of Emdnnd consists of the funded debt, so called,  and the greater i-art of this is made  Up of "consols," which is nn abbreviation of "consolidated stocks," of  which we read every day in tli*  papers, unci the price of consols is the  finunciiil pulse nf England, says Th."  Bunkers' Magazine.  ConsoU were   created   in   1752   bv I  statute '������i of George  II., clmnter 27.  But net scrap of paper ever represented a cnnsnl  until, to facilitate commerce, in 1S70i* a statute wns passed  allowing   the   Government   to   issue  certificates   to represent   them.    The ,  property that all the world asked, the j ~^"  price of every day was unrepresented  by any monetary securities ttntil 1870.  and ev^n now   vory few. certificates  have been issued.  Now, this is a consol and tliis is its  history. Originally some one hud  loaned the Government $500, and the  Government has caused his name to  be enrolled on its books as n creditor,  from whom it ������has received thnt  amount, imd to whom some day it  might, if it chose, repay it. Tt need  never do so, but until it did it must  pay him nn annuity of $15���������-that is,  he received 3 per cent, on his money  as long ns the Government choose to  Keep it, but the Government could  pay it back at any time it chose to  do so. This creditor then owned a  consol���������that is, he owned such a  debt from the Government, as I have  just described.  If ho wished to transfer what rights  he hud���������that is, his 3 per cent, per  annum���������and the right to his $500  when, if ever, the Govenment chose  to return it, he could go to the Bunk  of England with his transferee and  receive tho purchase price from him  and the stock would be transferred  to the man paying the consideration  to the former owner, and thereafter  the transferee would receive the $15  a year and the $500, if it wiis over  paid back. But no paper pnssnd except ,vthe receipt for the purchase  money which was given by the buyer,  and which the bank officials checked  with a red mark.  These receipts were not certificates  of ownership and were seldom preserved, never except fpr purpose of  identification when the new owner  went to draw his first dividend. After  "TfiaTThey were Ties frByfd: I"t~i'8~trtrer  in olden times the owner of a consol  was given a tally, which wns nothin-,'  but a block of wood with notches on  it, split in two so that a portion of  each notch should be on ench half  and the owner of the stock the other  .half.  Those showed the state of the no-  count between the Government and  its creditor, but this wns nn antiquated system of keeping accounts,  brought down from the days when  writing was little known, nnd at last  they wore abolished by act of Purlin-  ment and burned. Thore were so  , many of thom thnt whon they wore  thrown into the furnaces these became superheated, nnd the Purlin-  ment houses burned down, which  perhaps served the authorities right  for keeping the nntiqunted system so  long.  Personal  Mark of Royal Recognition  Conferred on Sir Henry Pellatt.  The  Royal   Victorian Order  which  been conferred by  King George  PLEASING OLD LONDON  on Col. Sir Henry Pellatt and somo  of  the  officers of  the  Queen's Own  Rifles was created by Queen Victoria  in April, 18%.   lt is a personal mark  of royni recognition and differs from j  other orders in this respect; that it  I is bestowed without \he recommendation of the Cabinet and for this rea-  i son i.s thc more highly priied by red-  I pients.    Nominally, of course, nil de-  I corations are the gift of tho reigning  (sovereign but actually they are con-  I ferred on thb adviooof the Prime Min-  j ister of the day.  itinong those connected with the  inkm who hpve received this  mark of royal favor are Earl Grey,  Lord Strnthcona and Mount Royal;  Col. 1. Hanbury-Williums; Joseph  Pope and tho Hon. J. S. Hendrie;  and the list of those in England on  whom the order has been conferred  includes the names of distinguished  men who have rendered valuable services to the Empire.  Thc decoration of the Royal Victorian Order is a Maltese cross of  eight points, enamelled white. In the  centre on a red enamelled ground is  the monogram "V.R.I*." in gold surrounded by an oval band enamelled  garter blue on which in gold letters U  the word "Victoria." Surmounting all  is an imperial crown euamelled in the  proper colors. There are five classes  in the order. Members of the first-  class wear the badge suspended from  a ribbon over the right shoulder, the  second and third classes round the  neck and the fourth class on the left'  breast. The fifth class wear on the  left breast a badge similar to that of  the fourth but it. is of frosted silver  instead of enamel. The ribbon of the  order is dark blue with three narrow  stripes, red, white and blue at either  edge. Tlie silver medal of the order  has on the obverse the bust of Queen  j Victoria surmounted by the inscription ''Victoria Regina et Imperatrix "  I On the reverse is Ithe imperial 'mono*,  'gram "V.R.I." and below on a ribbon "Royal Victorian Medal" witli  an imperial crown. The medal is wu-a  on the left breast suspended irom a  ribbon of the same\ color as that of  the order.  TWO YOUNG CANADIAN ARTISTES  ARE ACHIEVING SUCCESS.  Lignite Coal Talk.  _A_Jloniinifl.nJ.and surveyor has been  Pittsburg experts agre^  Honor For Sir Jamr������.  On tho great ocean gruynounds he-  tween New York und England it. Inn  been tho custom to nlwuy-- rcini-iuber  the  widows mul orphans ol  tne ������������������������������  men who pencil while billowing their  perilous avocation.   Subscriptions nre  received   at  u  concert  given   by   \lm  passengers.    The   most   distinguished  I passenger is always selected  t" pre-  {side,   This  post of  honor  nearly  ul-  j ways fulls to the lot of some inulii-  | iiiillionniro  or  iiiau  ol   note  ol   th'i  j United States or England.  ',    The  Canipiiiiiii   ���������tuuiiicl    im.  York   recently*   with   1.014   ������<m.       ,i  j board.      As  a  sign  of  the oIiuiiumu  I time,*, tlio honor >>J speaking for fie  widows   and  orphans   cnnio   to   Hit  James Whitney,  iTi-iuiur ol ihituii-i  lu a vigorous speech he remiiidud tt ic  passengers ul tneir duly to those .It-  iMimli'iit on the bravo men who hi* I |  lout their lives oil the noi nil.    No leu I  Iiiau l.riH,ii(Ni luul tlit'il dtiriui,' tiui la-i :  At* years, from liritish ship-, ol whom !  some (WW wore drowned.   Tho total  loss ol lilo from tnu slii| s ol ull nation* tun-, something appalling.  Thu contributions niuonuu-d to thn  i largest sum recuived in n long time.  Insulted the QolcKUh.  .    This timo it'i the kindergarten thnt  hn* tttrnii>heii n school remark which  1   I     ,..���������>������������������  I'.ltdm  In the kindergarten* of Toronto,  i KIoIh-h ot ij*ii'i<ii.-i! um. ...i mui,.-.ini;  , feature, and the li-ed'niii ol the ll.di li  ; a regular part of the pli'imiuit kin ler-  I pnrteii routine. In tbt: pic-out inBtituce  , the Iiuh hud boon given lirmiklu.l, ,mj  i Iho  timdior hnd  ended   the  children  "A Rummy Cove."  An old Chelsea hus-driver once gave  nn nmusing description of Mr. Hohna"!  Hunt, the wll-known artist, who hm  just died. When he was pninting hii  famous picture, "The Light of tlin  World," it wns his custom to work  from eight o'clock nt night until lour  in tho morning .und then go out tor  n run before bed. Snid tho old hus-  driver, after giving an account of Ca--  lylo'nnd hia methods! "But thero is n  rummy cove on the first lloor routid  tho comer, who has something at nud  ing nil night nt one window, whiin  ho sits down nt the other, or stand*,  nnd seemingly is n-drnwing of it, He  does not go to bed like other Chris  Huns, but stays long nfter tho Inst bu.*  has come in; und, ns the'portico tell*  us, when tho olock strikes four out  goes thu gas, down conies tho gonunnn,  runs down Clioyne Walk na hard at  lie can pult, and when he conies to  tho end lie turns nnd runs bnck ngni.i,  opens tin* door, gtnsn in, uud nobody  sees no more ol him."  out at Edson, Alberta, taTlHngabout  lignite coal.    He says that tne  Bra-  . zeau  conl   is   nearer  anthracite  than  ! bituminous.  | witn him.  i    Two years ago it was that Brazenu  I got into the popular vocabulary, when  j Col.   Talbot,   a   quiet   Parliamentary  I gentleman from Belle Chasse, Quebec,  I returned from the knees of the Rock-  I ies with wonderful tales of new fan-  I gled coal.   The Canadian Courier published a great illustrated story, dent  1 ing with tne colonel's adventures. But  ,the surveyor says that he "had to bo  shown."   He  came, he  saw���������ho  wa>  conquered,   Snys the surveyor:  "1 was fairly astounded by what I  saw,   The coal seams ure so deep an 1  solid that you can see them trom cither bank of tho river. You don't have  to dig at all.   The coal is right there  I on the surface and, it is the hardest  I conl 1  have seen anywhere west ct  i Edmonton."  |    Lignite coal ia Alberta's fortune-  I just now potential,   lt is lying thore  Miss Edith Sirtaill Is Reciting Canadian Poems In the Metropolis, and  Miss Edith Miller Sings the  Frerch-Canadian Chansons���������Drum,  mond's Poems Proved a Revelation  When Recited, Says One Paper.  Londoners have boon testifying to-  the attractiveness of tin unusual combination of Canadian talent. Mis������  Edith Snin'lll, who belongs to Montreal, and who made a reputation beyond Canada in her interpretation of  Druinmonds poetry, appeared in a  recital at Steinwuy Hall, recently.  She rend "Johnnie Courteau" arid'  other Refections from the works of  l������r. Drummond.   After hearing   Miss  Wrt. ti   *|a>   ***-  ������..1  sreiit to bis desk ������������������ tbe otllce boy, <  Dnrfctn. entered.  -Joe nilWin's here." said tbe lad.  *  "Dmnlir  "Jim one ohm."  -Rtwfcer  . '���������f*tir������*r*    TV boy grinned  IHIIon, one of tbe ��������� hn������ beens" etisr-  ������<t*Hstte nf the type thnt prey on the  newspaper men at nlgbt In th* Mg  tttk**, wnaM nrdlnsrtly time receivM  ���������tart ���������brift from ��������� busy msn tike  fw-and. bnt Dflioe. sn e{-newspaper  teu>rter. bud natv. ������rt������" ftenntt. when  n begtuavf. *ttne t*������n*u>t-������ p">"T**.  wbb-b ibe now mnnagma editor nad  never fofgmten.  Tetl Mn tm .-***** ta - ordered llriod  *tn rmibml ter tfe* oflkw  (eteplMMM  II* started to put the card tn bis  pocket,  "Perhaps ynu would better let me  hare thst sn I rsn retnrn It to blm."  I������upwy resrhwt mirerty f>*r tt** card,  n-Web Brand nltxwly eitended io Wm,  "Tlii- r**fer-������ te Utet trnntaettein nt  whUb ymi and be were ������ri������ikttig this  aftemnnn." r-otittnned tbm  lenyer.  lined ianatted unidty.  -u>n, Minn?, I'm a tvw bind at  tronoina iddiee. 1 gt������e tt ap Wears  te* n newer T  Tbe lewre? \***ntm trnpeumt.  Tbm tmnmntmt ietoiring tft*-������������-  Ike fBr*Minw*ni  of s certuin-mist ot  te ett������H-ft*������! saitingty.  "A beslssse Anal I was jstag IMt  *Wt*\   **        V**       tm.  ���������   -������ p  t low  who hud >luru.'d  his ������";.<x>l experience that morning, lingeied near  ! the goldfish.  "Come along, Bobby," nnld the  teacher.  "We're going to sing."  tn n drawling voice, ntul with n Vins  thst Indicated gr������au*r interest in ths  (Uh than in tho vinging. Itohhi- ������nid,  "All right, I wn* iml looking at your  nardlnex lorjijfiinute."  A Memerfcekle ���������Hewer.  A rtwwer ef ��������� remsrkHhle character  peenrred fa Wrtiy en April 'it. 1781.  On the mewtnf ot thst dsy every tt-  prMNf pieee wltliln an extensive dis-  Met wee fmwd eommtmA with a grty  writer. m***tb bmbin ������".uwu������,u-������t U������U a  depwtt ne������rty * ntwner of sn inch In  llilofcnees, it wa* d������term(������M tttut this  solid meiter must bait come ttem  IfMlftt HUM.  "Walt and See,"  A certain dry humor. chnrnetPrlT,et  l'mfi'ssor V. W, Dyson, the new astronomer roynl. When lie was consulted come time nun us lo the pro-  plicey thnt the world would he destroyed in a month's time thwn������h n  collision with n ctitnet, ho replied,  "It soetns hardly necessary to offer  nn opinion, The dnte in mi n������nr Ihnt  nil wlif. nro interested hnd belter wait  nnd nee." Professor Pv*on mifiht bo  termed Mritnin'H Timekeeper, tor his  ohief duty is to keep the world in-  formed of the llnie-~(irconwioh time  ���������whioh is ilnnhod b.v electricity every  day ut. I p.m. to everv pnrt of the  Hntish Ish's. Of course, there sre  nil soils of other duties, fnr the as-  tronoiie-r roynl und his nmtistiinU  carry on their resoiirchcs Into ovety  branch ol iistr-uinmy.  TU "!!.*,! L.-..-M'" "  o'i���������**,��������� di������������iw������inn l������ tuklnff place  over the iiirthplnce nl Wvllte. the  fiinintis 'Herd Laddie," prnhnhly the  gfi-t������t<-s*t cb'-^k'T player thai the  world hus known. Aeenrdintf to nne  iiuth'irity. the lute Mr. J, HcdJey. who  ���������vri,io ii tiviiTiipliipnl sketch of Mr  Wj-Iiio's career in Ikiki. tie whs tmrn  in Piershill Burriioks, Kdinburuh, nr  "jock's httlee," a* it whs known  locally, in th-- yesr |M*ja, His hither  was a *>*rg''������nt in the eelehrnU-d  ficotti������li regiment t������f horse, "the Scots  Oreys." snd tlii>" regiment we* sts-  tinned In the iilwive hnmieks shortly  sfb-r their tni-iii'ifiilile ������������������ni"itnime������it. nt  WHterhm, nnd retiuiined there fnr a  nuiiiU t  >t >...(-���������   LjiuIi.i Cnit'hi''.  under the timber and tho smoking  lodges of tho Stoneys, waiting for  the snort of tho railroad engine. Edmonton sits on lignite, aa does  fctrathcowi. There ore cake layers  of it thirty foot thick nil along the  headwaters of the Saskatchewan, the  placo whore you can also see weather  made,  It is Edson which is to be tho coal  centre of Alberta, according to tho  surveyor. The G, T. P. Is to send a  branch down thero. That will ho *  first stop in turning potentiality i������v*  actuality. Tho future of Edson-ho  lias it ull laid out. When the mines  begin to cough, he snys that thou.-  mnls of men will be employed there.  Hundreds of houses will sprout up  r^tg will boom into throe figure*  The conl will bo ported over to El  nionton���������supply pu*t und distributing point for Edson.  Orators  In  London.  MISS EDITH SMAItli.  Smaill. The Morning Post says English people will understand that Canadians  have not over est.imnt."d  the*  delightful   qualities   of   DrummondV  poetry.   The- living voice was needed  to reveal to them the actual intention-  of the writer.    Miss Smaill wai assisted by Miss Edith Miller, another  "Cfmadiaii_artistrwho'-is-much'thought;"'  of   in her   own   country.   She   sang"  with much acceptance   a number   of  French-Canadian    chansons,    "A   la-  Claire Fontaine."   nnd   "Ah qui   me-  passora le bois."    Miss Smnill intro--  duced her audience   ns   well   to   the-  work of Mr. Robert Service of Canada.    "The Cremation   of   Sam Mc-  Gee"  is  mentioned  by The  Post ns*;  having mado a vivid impression   o������*C  those who heard it,  MUD HUTS BEING REPLACED.  James Bryce   Assists   by Beginning:  England's Loan to,Irish.  The mud edifice is becoming a thing  of the pnst in Ireland. It was more-  or loss picturesque in descriptions of  the landscape, but it was nnd is certainly insanitary und ofton unfit for  the abode of huninn beings.  It still exists too numerously, but  it hns boon the uim of the Irish representatives for a generation to*  nholish it in favor of habitable cottages. Moro than a quarter of a-  century ago the first laborers' act wna>  passed. From 1883 to 1000 20,000 cottages wero erected for tlie laborers.  Local authorities hod power to borrow  money from the Government, repay*  nhlo by instullinents, and build tho-  cottiigos with the proceeds, letting:  thom ut a chnrgo which covered the-  cost,  The work wns slow bocnuso tho-  rnto nt whioh tho money wns borrowed wns too high to enable tho cottages  to hu Ict without Iohh to tho rates nt  n price thut laborers could pny nnd'  because, us is usual in this red tapn-  ridden country, a vast amount of  money hnd to be spent on procedure,  which moans in tho end law costs,  Thon J nines Hryco camo along and?  beforo his departure for' Washington-  tniido his chief microtnryship memorable hy ������n not which hus rlono ns*  .i.i      i  ui   \...���������m u-t.n..... ,������������������u.! ",,|C'' '"r the laborers since his day,  ^UW.?|r,l tTZntv ^ lite ri n    >m'  *���������������  ft   h"U"r   ,,n,i  ch���������"������r'  ������*  ,0 ������ .". *0.}.Wml\ 1 \}L ' ffi."'  '   was done in tho previous quarter of  ono    loss for n word srieoches which nt  tract notico to his per-<onulity tho  palm ns nu orntor in Kngliuul hns  certainly been carried off by the Hon.  Itodolphe I^mioux, snys lin Knuhtn  iijrrespondent, It soouis t*tr������n������u that  it is as a rule the Frenoh-Ciiiimiinti  who soetns nhle to express himself iu  most felicitous und cultured phrase,  'lne Knot of usiuy another lungUHgn  soetns to embellish his stylo find the  slight accent revealing tho fact that  lie is it Frenchman loyal to tho liritish  ting immediately puts hint en rapport  with his audience und creates an enthusiasm   which   In   turn  helps   the  previous quarter  a century,  Procedure wns simplified, nnd the-  money wus lent upon ftivornhlo terms."  Ireland got n loun of $22,1500,000 nt  3 1-2 por cent,, covering both interest  and sinking fund, with other financial advantages thrown in, and cot.  tiWH cdtiUi ho erected nnd let to tho*  laborers ut rents its low as n shilling  nnd sixpence nnd even a shilling a  wook,  Hut tho money Is now nil gone,  nnd some thousands of laborers are*  still in the mud ed ill cos coninnrHblft  ���������to tho krunl nnd tho wigwam, The  Irish party has   been   pressing   the  ^Alf'th."  English-speaking  Canadian I nwttyr" in -parliament ������nd has indue  atesmen wo hnvo henrd this season   H Mr. nirHI to let them hnvo  an.  Ktiitesniei   would have l������eeri more effective iu th*  Houso of Common* or in the cuse of  Sir James Whitney -- at a political  meeting rawiw *������������������������������������**> ��������������������� * C.,-*..������������������������������������  fuJii-tii'Ti <if n fVMidnbin Ttnv hstifliuet.  The business world, however, appre*  other 16,000,000.  Marriage Ferblddsn by Parliament.  .','.' r Vf'-trxf -list hiit inisn in Af.  Hon. the Duchess of Aoita hni now*  tumuli   tier   itiu-iUioii  io  li*ntm  mt*-  Cordlti on Drtadneu|hts.  The   only   explosive   carried  elates the direct' and terse utteraiicot i chines. Acknowledged to be Uie roost  of the gr.-at UmIv of the Canadian ' hrautiful woman in Europe, the du*  men of murk it i������ coming into oou-1 chess, who was born in Kngland, spent  tiu>t with. moist of her childhood ai.d youth hi.  ���������. I this  country.   Tha  story goes that,  Qsntrous With Titles. ,"���������".*��������� ^,**<;,1 ������'-'-���������*,. ^-. ***<-. -'.. J.v-j  v     .   ..i.i u..,A .t.������..������t.. ti.at tb* i Me <d Clurence.   They loved, and  Vou would^ have Jhouglu ������������������������������;,.% ! ,.,��������������� Quoen Victoria favored the al-  Ilnnee, nut Parliament objected to it"  on the ground that tita princess wa*-  e Catholic. Two years later she mar-  tied the I������nke of Aoits, himself a  keen ������iwrt<iman and soldier. Tttss'  duke t.' a DMt'wr of the Duke of Ah.  rnui, who hns earned much tame ae*  n noiintninoer snd eiplorer, while-  the duch^-s' i-ldest sister is the Queen*  Mother of Portugal.  in a  lit udu'iiip'ht'- tuagssine t# cordite, to*  i 4.hIIi������1  fr-m  i'������  reseiulilaitce to grev  r,,tl.   It *Ti.-ii,*iiii* n.������rlj W) ^t trenl.  ', id ni'r*; ul- 'irii������   it   -nlntertrm which  importance of tlte recent Kueharistic  Congress and the  prominence given  to it in the press would have guaranteed   thnt  everybody   would   have  had some idea of the position of the  jHupU i>rominenf If. it, but th* expert-  I tmct* of  a   iontiiUi   publjtallots   my*  (otherwise    The pubticr-'ion concerne.ll  j was having cut* ������t t ..luinul   Vaitnu-.  U*lli and Father Vaughau made at an '  I engraving house.   The foreman of th*  engraving tirtu was tdep)i<m*d to and  was tt������k������*d  whnt   progr.-������#  was  Mnn ,  made ������n "those portrait cuts that are  bting made for u*J"  Wait   u   nifnn'e,"   s-ilrl   fhe   fore-  Net a ttnelbls Man.  Daughter- Oh. mamma, I do with I  mete prenyl  Mother-Vou iKcdn'l, dear. ien*IUe>  UMU tliluk very fiftM nhnt  to i* I*'***** **Jo "^dingly ���������,,,, mtl w]mi he murMd from a{ ^ ������������������^2'^" '^ "LriM.^  mlalile that the .licht shock of ��������� utile trip of Inquiry he fent over i ..iTXnfclnt nbtmt i^mmat "ft'.  t(���������,t.ter. bn* t-v.ui kn���������������n to cause it   lh(. u,h,SWM ,he siartling quesliou, 1 J-hlrlL ������n������m������i.   tl# THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ni  It Was Dizzy Spells  Gave the Warning  SURGEON ON HANDICRAFTS.  Sir  Fainting   Also   Alarmed,  Her ��������� Now  Strength and Energy are Restored  by DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD  Frederick   Treves   Says   Skill   Is  Passing Away.  Perhaps some persons would be em-  | barrassed for a moment if they wer*  asked to describe the ideals which k-.t  STtCm  ������  .a^reTSl * ���������������* ������"** of a Philomathic So-  health and vigor  ,��������� .    . ,,..,...    Mrs. Edwin   Martin,   Ayer's   Cliff,  ���������Pain is often u blessing in disguise.i qUi,._ wr-,03. "^.foro I  begun using  Por when you suffer you get m earnest, Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, I was in a|  about a cure. ��������� {terrible condition, dim* spells would I  Many who aro in a really serious j como owr ������������������, )II1(1 j would {all to t.j,ej  condition from nervous exhaustion do I /ioon   i couu not so umc-. (ls 8W.cep  not realize they are in danger because i tjK. floor1 without fainting.   My nerv-  tliey have no pain. ! ous system wus all run down.  Thoy are weak and easily fatigued,', "Doctors failed to help mo so I  their digestive system lacks the ne- j turned' to Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. I  cossary vigor to digest food, appetite, soon f(>lt tliat it was ��������� God-send to  js poor and interest in life seems to j ������������������. i,OCnuso I oould feel that it wns  wane. Some even have dizzy spells; restoring tny system. I can now wash  and fainting spoils, as hud the, writer: &Ui\ ti0 the housework without difii-  of this letter,   before   realizing   thu j oultv and give nil credit for the cure  danger they are in.  To such heart failure or some form  of paralysis is liable' to come at any  moment.)-  Why not take definite action today  so thut restoration may begin at once.  You can got Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  at almost any store where medicine  to Dr. Chase's Nerve Food."  The genuine Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  boars portrait and signature of A. W.  Chase, M. D., the famous Receipt  Rook author, 50 cts. a box, all dealers, or EdmnnSon, Bates & Co., Toronto. Write for free copy of Dr.  Chase's Recipes.  knitting rams  HOME MONEY MAKERS  When They Do  Miss A���������Men always guess me to be  younger than'I um.  Miss R���������That's after they've heard!  you talk.  Home knitting is quick and easy  with any one of our 6 Family Knitting  Machines. Socks and Stockings, Underwear, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, etc.���������  Plain or Ribbed ��������� can be knitted ten  times as fast as bv hand, and for far less  than tbey cost ready-made,  A. child can -work our machines.  Besides  your own family work, you can make good  money knitting for others.  FKEK-6 illustrated Catalogues-K.L.M.N.O.P.  Agent) wauted in every locality tor Type"  wlters and Home ��������� money - maker knitting  machines.  Address  "XBEEMIIABLBBpSu___a-  feox  en GEORGETOWN, Ontario.  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  remedies. Deafness is caused by an  inflamed condition of the mucous lining 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 in-  lammation caii be taken out and this  tube restored to its normal condition,  aearing will be destroyed forever;  ninfe cases out of ten are caused by  Catarrh, which is nothing but an in-  :iamed condition of the mucous sur-  ; faces.  | We will give One Hundred Dollars  | for any case of Deafness (caused by  | oatarrh) that cannot be cured by  ! Ball's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-  ' !ars, free.  A   F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.  ; Sold by Druggists, 75c.  , lake Hall's Family Pills for consti-  J������������������pation:��������� ��������� _____���������__  ciety, or at least until they had had  i time to reflect that* tho 'word "niathe-  | unities" signified to the Greek in the  j first instance the whole field of learning, says Tho,Lancet.   It is then only  fitting thut a'society banded together  by its common love of learning should  now and then bid as thc chief guest  of its yearly banquet a distinguished  exponent cf medical knowledge.  When the Liverjiool Philomathic Society invited Sir Frederick Treves recently to the chair of honor it paid  its homage to art no less than to science, and their guest, whose art has  been shown with pen as*well as scalp  el, devoted his address to the prairO  of handicraft and in some measure to  a lament for its decline among men.  He reminded his audience that* the  surgeon is above all the men who uses  his hands, and after asking whether  mankind is, as a whole, losing that  wonderful function, he felt constrained to answer yes. In spinning, weaving, sewing, carving, writing, countless human hands have been for ages  employed, with the result that works  of surpassing excellence and variety  have been produced.  None will deny that the advance of  handicraft since the days when it was  confined to the shaping of flints ani  the preparation of hides for garments  has been so amazing as almost to  stagger contemplation. But, says Sir  Frederick Treves, with the prefection  of mechanical skill the zenith of. human handicraft has been passed. Wo  are losing as a ruce the capacity for  the finer movements of the fingers  now that the loom, the sewing machine and the typewriter have reduced  the products of a million hands into  a soulless level of uniformity. Many  instances present themselves to sup  port the thesis. Metal, instead of being wrought is cast in m0lllds; turn'  ture is decorated by stamping machines; the camera and the electric bath  have well-nigh killed the engraver's  art; and if there still be such craftsmen among us as were at once the  wonder and the glory of the Middle  Ages, their hands find no similar expression for their capacities, for the,-?  is <?nly here and there a purchaser for  slow-wrought, and therefore costly,  wares.  Sir Frederick Treves sighed for the  "day~ofiT*mlirnTH*dl~lFce Fnd'HaTOJmluie  A Wife's Message  She Cured Her Husband  of Drinking  Write Her Today_and She Wil Tell  You How You Can Do the Same  For over twenty yeara her huiiband wai a hard  drinker.  Ha had tried In every way to atop but  could not do ao, but  nine yeara ago ahe etop-  |   Parliament   is   considering  I which   requires     passenger  ' leaving  British ports for voyages of  200 miles or .more   to   bo   equipped  i with wireless telegraphy.  ! boots, and every book lover will* join  a bill | with him in his eulogy of the crafts  vesselsi nf    paper-making .and    bookbinding  WHOLE COUNTY IS  RINGING WITH IT  pad hlaUrinklnir entirely by ualnir a oimplo  remedy which any ona  con itl ve secretly. Hundred* have freed their  homeo from drink by  following her advicn.  Tha method lo eaay and  sure. If you Imve a  dear one who d rlnke we  earnestly aavine you to  write to her at once.  Bhe makea no charp  for ber iiefp, (ihe eal  j- and a.  cepta none) she onlj  ���������bt ������tll ull yea hew ta Ttm  your Bom* (rea Uriel.  for no money and a*-  inta none) she ontf  aak������ tbat you are per.  eonidiy Intemtrd' In  earing ona whv drink*.  Bend your letter wltb confidence to imr bome,  Hero i* her ���������ddrMi���������  ���������_ '    Mrs. Mirgarat Andarton,  12 Heme Avenue,    Hlllburn. Naw York.  bum {Writ* ytmr full ******** ndirai vlainiy-  FREE!  thli������teg������nt wat eh,  item wind mid net, fancy  euaraved jouid Huvitn  ������HI������II,   FULLY 01UBAN.  iTKKn.wlU ba leiit yon  [PUKB tf yiwioli only  .*.������) worth of our bf autf.  . itlly colored and emboi*  ���������d pout ownli at 0 (nr too,  Tumi ��������������� tlw vcryjivteBt  - ..4*",*nf In,V(ow������, Floral,  no'lttay, CodiIci, &o.   Tlio  tbe:  -..jwlleri. Juit (how  nnd Ulcii In thn mutiny,  I your nuuo Hint addresH.  plainly wrttitu, and no will  forwud you ii. puckftiio ������������  ctriU and our ma iireiulum  flat Don't d*Uy,tor wo ntva  thtn uu**, present tor prompt*  8oDAt.T OOLUPEN CO,/ ���������  Dejit, iq, Toronto, ontj  of  when carried on by hand. From hi  own profession he "drew a striking instance of how the progress of inven  tion may trend toward the decline ot  handicraft. He could imagine few  phases of activity more difficult or  more subtle than that displayed by  the facile operator in the pre-annesthe  tic days. Now there is no call to he  brilliant, for tho surgeon can proceed  ,   ���������.  i with easy deliberation and "in plaet*  WONDERFUL CURE OF RHEUMA-i 0f the flashing of a blade is an action  TISM  BY DODD'S KIDNEY       j (ls studied us a movement, on a ches-  PILLS i board."   He acknowledged that surg-  ���������  ery has gained more than it has lost;  Mrs. Hutchins, of Dunham, Que., but thought that nevertheless it no  Could Not Walk Across the Room i longer attains to its former perfection  ������������������Story; of Her Speedy and Com- j us ��������� handicraft.  Wo cannot wholly indorse Sir Frederick Treves' view here, The modem  surgeon is called upon to perform  manipulations in tho depths of tho  abdomen; tho pelvis nnd even in the  brain itself thut never tried tho hand  und eye of tho dexterous men whoso  exploits of amputation or lithotomy  were timed by tlie second hand of th?  watch, And in any general indictment  of machinery it must be remembered  that tho machine muy bo regarded ���������.*  tho extension of tho human hand culled into existence by exercise of the  highest faculties of tho bruin. Hut >*'o  agree with much of Sir Frederick  Trove's lament. Tho hiuid-inndo thiin,'  is always un honest thing, boing whut  it profiiHsos to ho, and often posse-wing ii ohurneter und beauty thnt no  muehinu cun over imitate becuuso it  dojiciids upon a human indiviJuiility  plete Curo.  Dunham, Quo. (Special).���������Missis-  quoi County is ringing with tho story  of Mrs. G. M, Hutchins, who nftor  suffering from Rheumatism, Lumbugo  und Neuralgia, is iignin a strong,  hearty woman. In nil interview, Mra,  Hutchins snys:  "I wns nffectod with Rheumatism,  Nourulgia and Lumbugo, My limbs  would swell; my muscles would  crump; I wus nervous ami had u  henvy drugging pain across the loins, j  "I could not oven walk across the!  room.   Then I started to tuko Dodd's j  Kidney Pills, and ���������nfter   taking   six I  boxes  found  myself  in  tho  bost of  health���������us well ns ever I wns in my  Wo."  Mrs. Hiitebhs' troubles woro nil1  caused hy Kidney Disease, That's j  why Dodd's Kidn -v Pills onri-d them  so oomph-Hy mid quickly. Dodd's!  Kidney Pills otire only Kidney Dis. |  oiiho, but they ure a sure curt! for iinyj  form of it from Ihicluichn to Bright's.  Disease, [  London's "Lady Ssrvanti' " Club.  A' club for "ludy servants" is soon  to ho opened  ill   London.   The inulii  object of tho club, according to tho  secretary, i* to give such servant-1 -n.  Siniill Hoy (npplyiiw for Kjttintion)��������� i ojit)m-tuiiity of enjoying tho sooinl lifj  "-' '���������'--���������   ' " ' ' ������      '  I which their position often deprive  Tho Norwegians arc tho longi-nt.  lived of Kurnpoiin nations, and thu  HpaniarilR tlm nhortost.  In tho troiitmoiit of mmimer com-  plaint*, tho most effective remedy  flint can bn lined in Dr, .1, D. Kellogg'h  Dynenti-ry Cordial, It is a Htiindnnl  preparation ntul many pi'oj.lo employ  it in pi'ifi-renoc to other prepuiutionn.  It is n highly eoneentrnied uioilloino  nnd its Hodntivi- nnd curntivo ciiinli.  ties nro beyond qui-Hthm, It ban noon  n pnpubir medicine for ninny yenm  nnd thoitHfitids cun attest it* nuper.  ior qunlitieH in overcoming, dysentery  and kliivlriil lompliiluU.  Whut kind of ii hoy do you wnnt?  Merchant- A nice quiet buy, thnt  doesn't tt������e had wmd<, Hiii'iko eigne-  ottos,  whistle round  the uflicv, jilny  i Irioks or gel into mischief.  I   Siiinll Hoy���������You don't wnnt no hoy;  'yon wnut u girl.  tbh\V 'tf \\Sn\ nnh'*n thoy nro btmy.  Now Piirrtun���������t'liole l.i-tnui-1, whnt.  win* tho troithlo with the old intuUtor?  "Do ohlom lied u fdoo ilut ho woro  unsound."  "Whnt do thoy miy of tm*?"  "Doy miy yo* is all Hound."  Mlnard'i Llnlmtnt Ourei Burm, Etc.  It really noi'in* tu ho Iho mode now  I to hnvo it nice nyndicittt' "f l<'ginlntor*i*  1,   .   '      .  ... i  it        . n ,t   ..  . i..  i  "*������"f"   'r  *.������������������'-'.  1 do the most good.  '[ them, 1'eoplo' would bo astonished  j sho snys, if thoy know how 'ninny hi-  I dii'H hnvo gono into iloiuostie scrvlvo  in tlio lust few yours. Many of them  i belong to distinguished old fiimilitu,  | und others nro iliughtors of dootors,  I t-loigyinon. and lawyors.  i Tho chief hardship in tho enroor ol  in ludy who hooomos u servant, it is  ; pointed out, is tlio IncU of congenial  ; rooii'ly, hut xho will ho lonely no fonji-  ct.  In future ^lio will *pond hor even-  , ings out at Iho ohih,  i    Tho club rules permit mombers to  I invito ninlo trioiuU to dine nt tho club  and onjoy a quiet rubber of bridge,  \ Mombor* will not bu enconrngod to  , talk shop. liridKi*, for ninall stakes,  I mny bo indulaod in, nnd country mom-  } Ihim ������>n n visit to town will llml iu  i tho club ull tho luxuries of u Loudon  I holol,  What May Be Expected  It was in 1920.  "Oh, pa," exclaimed the little lad,  breathless with excitement, "guess  what has happened?"  "What, my son?" asked pa, as he  read a wireless from Europe.  *��������� "Why, you know our automatic cook  ���������the one you bought in the hardware  i store?"  "Think I should know her. I was  just about to call and tell her to pro-  pare my condensed eggs and coffee  capsules."  "Well, you needn't.   She's gone."  "Gone?    Left without notice "  "Worse than thnt,  pa.    The auto-  Jinatie iceman emtio in and hugged her  so tightly   ho   broke    all   the   steel  I springs she was composed of and she  fell to pieces.    Ma raked her up and  is going to sell her to the junk man."  Pining for the good old dnys of  human cooks, the business man of 1920  left for his office.  CATARRH OF THE KIDNEYS  FULLY RECOVERED  ! "It waa in the latter end of the  jyear 1908 that a nasty itch camo  through my skin, and I scratched it  until I tore the flesh. I tried several  ointments to no effect. I went to a  ekin hospital. They advised roe to  go to the Hospital, but I refused. I could not sleep with thc I  constaat itch. I was thai way until  on o. about the month of January.  One -toy I chanced to see in the papers  d ca������ like mine, but I gave it no  credence. At last I said, 'I will try  th< Cuticura Remedies.' With tho  fir.-j wash and Cuticura Ointment 1  Uood. I found their effects. I got  one box of the Ointment more, and  in less than one week the skin was all  right, and left no traces after it. I  have not had a return of the same  since, and I shall always praise the  Cuticura Remedies as being the  means of my cure."  (Signed) John Ttrbell,  94, Scotland Road, Liverpool.  , In a further letter Mr. Tyrrell adds:  "The, first' appearance of mv skin  eczema was a Durning itch which I  tore and left my body, legs and arms  one mass of sores. It caused sleepless nights, but now I can sleep as  well aa ever."  (uticuraL  Soap and Ointment  are 30ld by droughts everywhere.   Potter Druff ]  A Chetn. Corp., Sole* Props.,   Boston,  Mass.  Mailed tree. Cuticura Book on skin diseases.  Where He Couldn't Lose It  Flushed and breathless, the well-  dressed young man picked up the hat  he hnd been chasing down the street  and loaned against a lamppost to rest.  Another, also breathing heavily,  came running up and took the hat out  of his hand.  "I'm much obliged," he said.  "For what?"  "This is my hat."   ���������  "Whore's mine, thon?"  "Hanging behind you at the end of  a string."  An American attorney was addressing a jury on behalf of a prisoner.    ������  "Gentlemen," he said, "witnesses  have sworn that they saw the accused  [fire his gun; they have sworn they  saw the flash and heard the report;  they have sworn they saw Pet������ Jackson full flat; they have sworn that this  bullet was extracted from Pete Jackson's body; but, gentlemen, in the  name of justice, I ask you where is  the evidence that the bullet hit Pete  Jackson?"  Mrs. Marl* Gongoll, Mayor, Minn.,  irrltes the following:  "1 mast Inform you tbat I recovered  ray health aftor using your valuable,  medicine, Peruna.  " I had suffered -with catarrh of the  kidneys and bowels, bnt now I am  mncb better and fuel renl strong."  Old Pippin's View���������Tlie woman who  swims well can tell when the water is  fine,, where it is, its depth and temperature���������socially, etc.  Friend���������"Why did you encourage  these woman's suffruge meetings?  Surely you don't approve of them?"  Husband���������"Approve? With all my  heart! I can come home as late as I  like now without finding my wife at  home to ask questions. '  DR. MORSE'S   INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  owe their singular effectiveness in  curing Rheumatism, Lumbago and  Sciatica to tlieir power of stimulating and strengthening the kidneys. They enable these organs to  thoroughly filter from the blood  the uric acid (the product of waste  matter) which gets into the joints  and muscles and causes these  painful diseases. Over half a century of constant use has proved  conclusively that Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills strengthen weak  kidnevs and '  CURE RHEUMATISM  A Tough  Bird  Squirrel���������" Don't you feel rather nervous as Thanksgiving Day draws  near?"  Old Gobbler���������"Not a bit. The knife  lins not been made that will carve  me."  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gents,���������A customer of ours cured a  very hud ense of distemper in a valuable horso by the use of MINARD'S  LINIMENT,  Yours truly,  VILANDIE FBERES.  CAUSE AND CURE  OF RHEUMATISM  Due to Impurities in the Blood  -Cured by Dr. Williams'  PinK Pills.  The most noticeable and immediate  result of rheumatism is a marked  thinning of the blood, and in no disease does it develop more rapidly.  Not only does the hlood become weak  but it is soon filled with impurities,  which the different organs of the body  hnve been unable to throw off, Oue  of the most harmful of these impurities is uric acid, which is formed from  the waste products of the. body. In  health it is readily passed off by the  kidneys with the help of oxygen from  the red corpuscles of the hlood.  Without oxygon the kidneys aro unable to rid the system of this acid and  it is retained in the blood and dis-  tributod to nil pnrts of the body, The  weak bnck, pains ncross tho kidneys  and thin scanty, highly colored secretions, whioh follow, show thut Iho  ucid is already in tho blood and often  loads thc sufferer to think he has kidney trouble. If the disou-o is not  v������,.������ ���������������.,.. - i i        r driven out of tho hlood, rheumatism  ,,r"r, 8J������ntn>������y not ho a good one,iclm nover bo cuml luul ���������,��������� HUfforor  but whnt h thn matter with ploying i ���������.*���������.-, nJwnyil |jr, suhj,ct lo uttacks,  it for nli it is worthf (whenever exposed  to damp or cold,  tu   rtn i    .t.   ML. .     *'     .,>    iWilli each returning attack the pain  The Ol for  bo Athloto.-Jn rubbingiblJt<l, _ mor��������� Ht,.vur���������   ltIlli   coinpliou-  down the nthle o enn f ml nothing! tions often nrise milking m-oossnry the  liner thnn Dr. llionins holootric Oll.j,IS<, 0i i,nWt tarmhm drugs to relieve  It renders tho muscles   und   smews .)1(-n  pliuhlo, token tlio soreness out of h'js rm\ny sm) {\mi j},o only way  tii-iii, and Ktroiigthens thom for; to curo rheumatism is through tho  s nuns thnt mny h������ put upon them.; blootl. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills afford  Jt stnnds pro.ei������im'nt lor this purpose, :���������,���������,���������, ��������� .treatment, as thev contain nil  und athlolos who lor yours luivo boon, t|,fi elements neoossnrv to build up  using It can testify to its value us u ,1I1(i pi,rjfy ������)������������������. blood. Thoy inoronso  luhr  nt > I its oxygon currying cupiioity enabling  ���������     .    ,    T    , ,   " ,     ,      the kidneys to puss   the   uric   acid  Russia h-nils  tlio  wuv  in plnntingi from ,|���������, |)()<ly IU���������| t|u, of)l(.r 0W,nK  forests   uud America   in   devastating *,��������� ,io t|1{.jr wnr]f.    Thus rhoumntisui  '��������� is rouolied nt its root atn| permanent,  ly oured.   Dr.   Williams'   Pink I'ills  ���������nm   absolutely   lifi'   Iruin   all   hiihil-  forining drugs, mid nro not. un experiment ns Iho following enso will show:  -Mr. W. Nttidli-y Lewis, Pilot Mound,  Mun., snys:���������"I um n linn ln-lhvor in  Dr. Williiims' Pink  I'ills nnd ulwuys  Ktirty.oight hours' work is consider- l"'t'l������ >>>imr hy no- in case ������f nood,   A  cd a week's dutv for a railway guard' **"������' )'���������"'" '"������������ "liih* toaohing school I  iu Soulh Australia. Miffi-red so much with rheumatism in  ,   , iny iinns nnd shoulders that I hmi the  Your DrugRlit Will T������ll You      ^rented dillioiiliy iu writing   on   the  Murine Kyo   Rotno.ly    roliovo,   S" JJtl^f^lllllllr^S/ri C'n^  DR. WINTERS  Cures Men and Women. Write  him. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing.  BOX 215.      NEW YORK CITY.  Awarded First Prize at World's F,x-  position on its Work and Methods-  Catalogue Free.   Address.  WINNIPEG BUSINESS COLLEGE.  Cor. Portage Ave & Fort St, Winnipeg  Shoe Boils, Capped  Hock, Bursitis  lure hard to cur*, y������t  ^BSORBINE  will remote them ������n4 1������t������ no bl*m-.  lib, Uooinot bli������t������ir or remar*'  thn bilr. (lute, *nl pulf or iwelllng. Hor������������ een  be workod.ia.H* p������r bottl*i4ellTernd,iloak t D free.  ABSOBnnnB. JR., (aenlclnd, 11.00 bnttle.)  Por UolU, llrnWre, Old Sorei, Bwelllqgn. (ivlw*,  Verlcoie Vein,, Vtriootlllee, Alien Peln.  W. F.YOtJNB, P. D, F��������� 137 Temple St.. Springfield, Min.  LYli'm, IM,, Weelml, T*.**Xn ImU. , t>  ibe AiraLM bf MiBtK 11(11.������ * IUWKK (tln m*������tt*mt  thr NvnoKAL DKio * iiitmcit, co., wi������iw a ca.  full **i HIXUXUIMMI WW*. tU. Uim V������w>w  FREE TO YOU  8,  Mil  otita.  a Kyo Hotnoily  KyoH, HrongtlwiiH Wenk Kyos,  Doesn't Smart, Snothon V.ye Pain,  nnd m-lls for tHio. Try Murine in  Your KyoH nnd in Hnhy'n Kyim for  Sonly Kyt'lliln ������nd Or"nul������tl������n.        J  Cnnndinn    gold    pieoos,  the poitiiiit of King ttt-titite  insiiod next .liiiiunry.  bonring'  will bo  Wt ${imnlw fit*  piffect quality and  abwlule purity of  the tobaccos used in  the manufacture of  SweetCmral  CifarettBs.  s:  IlLDt  rAAFlNl  Starving 8oldltrt,  -.**���������,* ���������      ,    t<   ..  >������������������������'.   ������     >>��������� a    ���������-..     *��������� ���������  'to tbe ipiosllon, "Mott littlo kiiA enn  n mddiet nxui upon whllo miiintniuing  his oIlK-itiiuy nnd murching niieoa  milif* n dny." thn War Dillon has juxt  liwn oxiM-rimontiiiB utioti n wimpnuv  of Hoinoritut Light Infantry nt Dnrt-  Himir.   Tho dully rut ion was two Iii*.  I Ull-  llllil   II   ll.Ul-jM.lHhl  ill      IIIIH,V   IMI'I  jil mun, Active it-rvico conditioi'ii were  rigidly onforiod. No luxurio* of nny  Mini    went   iillowi'd���������no   toriln,    no  ;changes of clothing boynnd whnt thi  Men curried, no tohncco, no boor, no  iiiiuornl wiiIits ntul no onmiuuniou-  tion������ with the outiido world. Tho mon  iiuui in*.i luHi-ii iu,!.--, a ,|,i������ ,i, full  marching order, with the addition of a  M.m).*'*' '.i b.*������ ii.o/l n* Die ./,)/> rov.-rinc  . ������l night.  must in despair, und felt inclined toj  iilmndoii touching. Hut one day Ii  happened to pick up ono of Dr. Wil-  limns' ulinnniion, and rend of thn euro  ul a number of severe oases of rhou-  mntii-iii ihtnugh tin- ii-ii- nf l>r. Wil-  liunw'  Pink   I'ilN,    This decided  me  .tu give tin*  I'ills a trial, and  I  hud!  only taken thom n h-w weela wln-n I  ,f"lt muoh h'-ttor.    In tin- ciiiirso of n\  ' fow Weeks more th'' pilll'i 1111*1 Stifflioxs'  hml all h-ft ino, nud I luul no nmroj  diilliulty in doing my w>irk. I oniiiint,  suy ciininrh in pruim- of Dr. Williams'!    I .in,    f iiirv   H'l    lm ,������    mo.    no ,.    ,11'hi*  ,   .  ',.,,,.,.!,,���������.,������,,,. ,1 i:.r.i"  Old Moilions-I never hnvo a patient     Sold bv nil modioino donlors or by  li<* on my InnnU, irimil nt Wioonts u box, or i-ix Imxi-s fur  ViiiM*.' Doc I aupjuw- yoti ij.-t him f >2 m fr<������h Th.*  !>-   VVi'V^cw' Mi-li  Th������ tient nr������>mlnrn������ unit th������ b������������ rnJaM  (���������vnrnHitrert. Unlil*������n*lHilvfrWiiW*hfii,������li'm  Hi-Utiiigiimul Uroochfi, I������UB������iu-r.jirwlui!|in  MoTtim Picture MiinblnM, Finely focorKtM  ''���������" " -' ��������� othrr nr������mlum������.flv������n  r hiRhc-UM (lolrtKnv  ]*rd*- lli* T*!y !M������t  I'll* HHU ftnil ,.���������  I'KKK fnr nolling .  bomfd I'lolnrB Pwit cunt*. Tti# ?ery l������W..  (tmlw������ In Vlewi. Illnhdar. florid, Hoirony.  t,omie������,*9,,*tflfarl0o, K*ll|a.oO worUiwiif  win nnd ut lhe** tin* pmntumh You cm  mill (hum In nn hour or two, but don't dtlir,  forwejlyi ������n ettru premium for croiniiV  new. wrtt* UHtMaifd wtwiUMiid mt*  Mother tiinvos' Worm Kxtcrmiim-  tor will drive worms from tho systom  wlthniit Injury in llu- ohiM, hoonu-o  its notion, while   fully   effectivo,   is  4flV  tn enll in another pliyiciuii.  fmree Spm| Tt������i������a������  C������U������r ui **eAm.n Calls  !olno Co., HrnekvUle, Ont.  HM.WlNt.lpM.  IM.  ' M������dtrn   Mlracl*.  "Tk������ you tHdiovo in miraelv*?"  "Yet. I loft my umhr������lln in a ent  ll������ <>\bet motnlnr tint fr.t it when I  ItH-nit**! at tha place wh������r* artiol������a  that are tonnd tw the entt nte nip-  pnod to tm twittd in."  "Look  Irnto   (Iiii-m  ���������.ildii kind nf n  mtvciJ iihP   Why  stnlo'"  j Wiiitor fl������n*t)ii'g nj-  wrong, n������h. I M-rvi-1 V  ih-lioitc'ios of do *���������'-n-i'iit,"  ir,.'��������� ta.. -t  ���������":.���������!.���������:, .  Ii.-i'i-, wait. r.,  iiitioi viii th.it you;  tin- v*g. tiihloi woro  "Yn'    am!  whl iill tin*;  Frtllit   ut   Illd   HlSl.ipll  j    Mr. Hoooiitinfiiiio i������lm lm- plunged <  (si ������|mhi|| inii, <|)*li  *.,. |is������r:it<iry to h<l|i-  i iiik to the ptid.iuw   "Why," Mary, is  f.*.-I num.- hurl, wn.o'b, ri.iin.l thirty--*  ; in tho dish; I wonder whut they ouui  , bo."  , ���������    ,.    . Mr<     1ti*(*enttnnrri'---"vV)<v   thev'ro  ^,lr0tr.fm'^,W,l,,i"P',:, -<J':X"*',1h< ,.wi, j0|,n; thet, ure m, ju������t m,  ��������� tional Ilrnir A Cht>micnt <V, Toronto., ������h** r^lr* any*." *  IM mimlU  "I **,, tm* ,,.u *m*<* ttm ue e A|"i.6#  HtOMiii-MiiA****.*,'       4 miimi.ii.  lef ^.M Jm\ mm. 11 f **.  Kendalls  Spavin Cure  U ******** ******** *m**mtlmm, laUcMi*  If y..n. ������������*UII e *���������*���������'* e*m tee tiwmir eetM  *Al\t>i*t ml Amltim *������r t* t-t ������**<rn  U*ilt ,m mr ��������� Hml ,.*,*,<**)*���������mm**'***!  ���������ftt, <-i ,wm*m.it r<m ������r������������������������, m<n>i������, CaHk,  ������fi...t *w������l '    ,.,-t lAm-m**.  %,,,, f-.Mi*.. in*, m ������������������������������.��������� \m m.i mum  JU,"t ��������� l I.'. M I ' >*���������*<  1m-p K*m4*Vfl mm**. ****,. f* * mttt���������  ei'.������*i **���������<- ,-���������,**,m im, mmmr*.m**"mt  tt ki ������..���������. ' 4 in������*M, tw '.*W mimw.'���������*-, t*m  mm* ������!.'��������� '������������������ IT I  M.IJ.inMUt*,tawkwiVaa^-lt I  W. N. U., N.. II?. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BinTlSH   CULUMBrA.___  Up. Ouintelaiid Hews  issued   Every   Tuesday   by   the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  ThU pap������r v.-ill not Void itst'-if  responsible for thu opinions of others'.' aa muy appear i'������ its columns  *i*om time ',o time.  n  Hi- '  , in 11 - j  rin si-1  TrE������DAY.   Deo. IHth,     1910,  EUPERTLAND Dls'llUCT  Distriot nf 1.*��������� o t  TAKE notice that Lib-, I*'i,*a , r .1  KS.ll. of   VrhlK-0"d������<T,  B. C.    OUI   ilHi  ri-.-d womuu, iuteud* toniii'ly f-r *.<  sun to purchase the f,- Ipiwinp i'������**c ibtil  liiinlfl:~L. E. Jenkin������o ���������'* S. K i; rner,  Cs'liunenoiox at a (Wt pla ted ������t 'lie  north oust eorin-T of Seeii a 1. Township  ;!1, ihence went 1G0 olini.*./, the* e-o north  v!S Chilian, mora or les to ll. orvia L ��������� e,  tlnnce ewt along the In lie h ore t'i Tow u-  -bip lino, tlic-noe tiunth !.S i-hahi-*. mure or  li!-.* (o ylaounf ofiuimoneo:ueiit couininiut,'  540 uoro.-i, uioro or lsi.i.  LILLA KLEANOK .IKWKUfcOM,  Dnted Juue 23rd, 1910  Coast land ulstkict.  _ 0   Dip rict 01 Oo.-iii, Ka  TAKK NOTiCE thut Edward C  Townsend ot Vnru-Mijvor, H. C f  jL't'ijilenian, i:**ands to upply for per  iniHf-fori to purohnse tlie following  deacribe-"' lands: (luiiitneocing at a  po.*l plan led aboal 7 milea north  Mud'imihM ea������t of the Kouthcact  cov,ner of CL 8o"*3, thenee south SO  ���������chain.*-, 'hence west. SO chain?.  ih'nee north.80cliains. thencw east  bA: chains, to post of commence-  meut, containing (540ae/OB, more or  Jis?. EDWARD 0 TOWNSJfiND.  Dnted July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2  TAKE NOTICE ihat. Frank W.  Lei son, of Vancouver, H C, broker,  intends to apply l,\' ���������.iorinis'tion. to  p-.nci'iibe tbe followi.g described  liuid>: Commencing ut a post  pinned about 7. miles north and 2  Holes e-ist of the southeast corner of  CL 3--158 thence i^orih 80 chains,  1 hence east 80 chain;-,' hence s������outh  HO clKiin?; thence \ves; SU chains, to  post, of commencement, containing  640 ncres, more or !o-.h.  FRANK W LEESON.  Dated July 27th, 1910  KUPERTLANLUiiSiKiGT  District of Kuiori.  TAKE NOTICE tb t' J.i.'l-i Fl renee  ���������IcnkiuB.iii, of Vanoouvo, H. (J. imm puti 11  Spinster, intends to app'y to������������������ pi tnti ���������*��������� 11  to purchiisa ihefolluwit ,* u-oo*ib^i land :  Co������im?uciug flt a poit pdl.ae ��������� r.\ tin  nonb east coruor of so ti u JIG, T.-wii-  siiip $0, thenee south to chuius. I m. a������  weat 80 chain , thuuee i.ur h tfu cbaiun.  theuca eaet 80 uluins t.*> il.ee of e in-  moucement, ecu mining- dl'.) ..er.u moit-  or less.  LILLA FLORENCE.! liNKlN'SON,  Y> ui. J^Odie, A^O.it.  Dated Juns 21st 1910.  LAND ACT,  Form   No. Si.*  Fo. m nf Notioe.  C<u.-i Disuiui.  Di'iiurV ot natigo 2  TAKF.no.wlc lli.t  Willum  Leek,   --f  Vancouver, (ecup-Uiou Ku������>ineer,  inti'iid*  to apply for pcnuLutiou to purchase tbo  following ileucrilied Uud*;.���������  Couimcucinjr *t u p. A plnnted  ou the  beauii iiunut one uud u hur  mi ion South  ll.i. t fri.m the South K .at. uormr ot O. L.  ;D5.S. theuco Nurwii   uitiily   (Stl)   uiuina,  tVm. Uslk., Ak-nt. j Ujt)QOU Ki,t ^j, y  -m Uu���������,8i   t,,t.u(!u  south (SO) chains, tho eu W e.t (80)  uhuiuM, lo j;uiut of eoi.mui.cuneii'., cou-  tun ilia gix liuudixit and forty umoh, moie  Oi'   li.������Ht>.  WILLIAM Li:KK  N.uij oi Ai-'pac-iiu  DiUidJune^lh, 1010.  iitiriiie.ist comer of No 6, heiritf four  miles north oi iho siu;h.\t-!.t coiner of  N.i 1, thence ii*.*oh 80 chains, thence  vtus'So chains, thence souih 80 clviins  thence eist 8o ohains 10 ihe point ol  r-nniinenccinent, containing 641 .teres,  more ur less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Nu-neof Applicant.  Dated Juue 4, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  40^ST=LANDJ;������ISTHST-  District of Coaat, Range 2.  take notice that Gsorge More,  of Vancouver, B.C, broker, intends  to apply for ;)ormissi*ni to purchase  the following described lands: Com  niercihgat a post plan'ed about 7  miles noith and 2 mi ea east of the  puut'ioa-ri! con er ol CL 3858, thenco1  tuirth 80 chains, thence went 80  1 h>vin?, tlience sou'h 80 champ,  ti.once east 80 oh..in.-* *o post of  ('or.iiiif-nceH.-ent, containiiig 040  acres, more ur less. ouohoi: moke,  .1)h:������1 July 27ili, 1910,  KUPEKTLAND Diol't.L.T  District of Ivupoit  TAKE NOTICE that   I'aiidy Gleroeut  Blythe, of Vancouver,   15,0. nccn^utioti  Logger, iutcn'lB to applv for pt-riuiasiun  topurobaee thefo lown.- tla.-cn ������u lum.1^:  Commencing st a po c pbinUd eu  u.u  southoast       c^r.i.r      ot' Se;-  ii������u 18. township 21, m.rk'U V. C. liiy-  thj S. E. corner, tiiouc. 11. rth 80 ubai-.s,  th*-nca west SO chains, im<.-do,; youdi 8f)  ohaius, thonos east 80 cu-.-tiS tu pluee i.f  oounnenonuieat, oontnliii-.g Gli) aertt!  more or lesn  PADDY CLEMENT BLYTHE  l*'in. Ledim, A^u'it.  Dated June 30th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND WsTltiUT  District of Kapvrt.*  TAKE notice that Wini*iu Rtbuis������������������:.,  of Vaucouver, B. C.   occiiuat".i Sa^.s <.������������������������  iutouda to apply for pen.is.i.u t.i pur-  eha-ie the followii.g dtaeiib-ii Ih d.- Cm  mt:nvaii|4 at at a p..������t phnled i-.t ihe S. B.  corner of Section ������4, T..wn������hip 21,  warned W. Robinson,   S. E.   o.uit.   tlwix-  j uurth 80 chains, tbenee  wai K0 olmi .a,  ihence bouti* 80 chaina, ' tbe.-ce   e.st  t>u  obaias toplucaot comm ncomtiiiii. eout.JU  u5g~MO"~aores, m.ire or 1 -nai    "  WILLIAM  KOSINSON  Wm. Lesi 0. Agont.  LAND  AC-'.  Form No. 9,  ������������������*��������� ,  P'orai ot Notice.  Coi������t District,  Disti-.cc of ILniKe 2.  TAKE n< tice ;hut Vonia Leak ot Vau-  couveri oci-upatinn  Sj.iu������t.-r,  tuteudii to  apply for porttiiani n to purchase the following described lands; ���������  Couunc-iici&g at i post planted at the  North West cjvrner of Nu. 1, thence Wc������t  iiiKlity (80) ciuii.s mors or le s m C. L.  3388, theuce Nu-tii eighty (8.)) elnans a-  loin,'0. L. 235S, the co Emi egh.y (80)  ohaiiia, theuoe .So.ith eighty (6'0) uhaiun,  ti the point ot conmif:.ceuio..t) uot'llining nix huudred and foily (040) uuio-  mure or le^.  VB.RWA LEKK  Ni.iue ot.Applicant.  Datod June 4th, 1910.  lANDACr.'  Form No. D.  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District of Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Walter Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  10 apply tor permission to purchase the  following desLi-ibcd lands; Connncnciug  ai a post planted at thc northeast corner  of No 4 (bcitijj ihrce miles north of the  southwest corner of No 1) tlience norih  80 chains, thence cast So chains, ihence  souih So ehaini, thonce west 80 chains,  to ihe point of commencement: containing six hundred and   forty,   640,  acres,  more or less.   .. WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, iqio.  LAND ACT.  Form Ko. ���������$).  Form of Notice.  Co������������t Distriot, Range 2.  TAKB NOTICE tbat Burton Hoi-  [land, of Vancouver; occupation, ao-  loeunUnt, intends to a j; ply Ior p*r-  mifsion 00 purchase tbe following de-  i-ciioed landti: Qooitncncing nt a vr������t  planted at Ibe north east coroer oi No  12, beiug four milea north and two  n.ilt-s west cf the eoutb west comer ol  So. 1. theaee north 80 cbaiue, th������nco  it'.nt oD obain������,th<?i'oe south 80 obaint  thence eaat 80 ch-iine, to the p<.iat 0  c tuntoncetheut, ootitaltiiaK 0*10 aores  more or leas.  BURTON HOLLARD,  Nuii.e oi Applioaut.  Dv.ed June 7th, 1010.  LAND AOT.  Form No, 9.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice,  Co������st Dibtrict, Range 2  TAKE   NOTICE    that   John   M.  Sti-wart, ol Vaoeooier, occupation car  petitor, inteoda (o apply for   per million tovuwhRse tbe lollowing desoribed   1������oi<b:���������Commencing   ml a   poat  olantod at the Qortbw*8t oorner of No  11, being tor to miles north and three  tni'itg wett ol the aonth went cormr of  No 1, tbecce north 80 chairs, thetico  west 80 oh an a, thenoo toutb 80 ehains  tbeuce east 80 chains, to the point of  ocniinc-noefuent, contaioirig(!4U aeteu,  moie or leas. JOHN M.eTEWART,  Name of Applioant.  Dntad June 6,1910. '  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coaet Dint riot, ltuuge 2.  LAND ACT-  Fonn No. 9,  -   1*.:  Dated Jhiq 30th, 19(0.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  V.strict of Rnp*.-rt.  r.Al'F NOTICE that Roth KoziaClir'v  nf V'u. oouvcr, li. ii., '.'..lUpiitiuu uiarritd  in Miai', in;eu(ifi to apiily f*u* pwminsion  to [lUiii.uHO tin- foliowim; '.UseriixvJ lands*.  U'.'u; ���������i..ii:iuMH iu a p it ^tiutud j.t tbu  I'.-ulii eiift e yn-r of !nc.i 11 I, Town'ihip  '-'I, -h'-MCv- nur'h 80 chin .n, tlu-nca wt-at  ou cli:iian,   tlivii-o Bomb W) i-.h-oui, tin line  1 a 1 i'.O cll-iillH to   pltCn (���������( C -lIllUuuDtltllUUt,  ���������mi (.lining 0-1U iieros, mori.' or hm.  RUTH KliZlA CLARK,  Win. ImAiji; A|*out.  i\A, 11)10.  RUPERT LAND DI ->TH IC I'  District of Ki.poi-t.  TAKE NOTICE that I.. K.iwa.d T'uiri.  lev-, if Vancouvo, B.C., o eii|.ii.ii>)i, Traveller, intends to apply fm- pcrin.Bi.i--i  n*  pijiohaai? tiie following do.oni<* i   I'lid":  C"uimtnoiii(?   at   a poat pit;* ted   a    ih.  uorth ea������6 corner of Soc.ii.m   Iti 'IV-v-hip  21, ihence euat SO chain*, 'Iiukv an h  40 chains, thence west A1* cluu a ino *r 01  ItBn to  Gtorgia  Lake,  tho..cj wi-terly  along noifcl) bhore of luk ��������� SIP chains, ii(*ie  or 1< fi* to where auctiou !..,������ bp.we-i  >*eis  12 and 13 iutorHt-ctH la 0, thefo   on-i. <>>.  chains reoi-i or lesi to placo ol ikuj.iuo .< 1/  meut lusorib.id on po������t S./ i-lninn lu W. K,  c-irner, E ThoniKy, oo,d,tei-ft din u-i-is-i  moru or Um.   EDWARD THOU *LK V .  Vi'm.Lo.Iiu, A^yi.t,  Dnted Juue 28th, 1910.  i),,t,.il,  llu:  itui'i*;ia'LA-;u DiMKicr  Diiiti-n-.tiif Itiijiurt,  Ti riF. NtjTICW (h.f tli-ir������o Norman  V/.ii"-.ii.-y, of Vnnei.uvo,*, li.O'.. ocmpution  l) i'lii-k'.:Ollill, i'.ltilli l.'i   -���������.������������������ ilp't-'ly   i'i"   pllll.lil!-  fit.mvuij ilcHcrihiid  ll.1. Ml  nv ���������'!. ho tn  111, .ii���������-. '"��������� iiu,K'-'-!������i; 'iI a |ii)������t pluiileil nt  -..ui miii'.ii wn-.t 0,'i'u*-; i.*t S v. hiii 18,lo vn  .*!i:p" p.'- i.i.o-, i-l t������. N   Wor-luv'n H.  \\ , I    I* ������������������';*,     tllOllt-l) t'll't 80 CtulllH,    tllHIIlO  *   h   " ��������� b ni**, 'hinioit   weat Su cbiiins,  ���������I.'   Hi'lllU li'l illillii H tl>   p ���������ll'.'O *f   00,11-  .   .,i*r. cn-iia uii'K tl4d turret!, tnore  UntA'JA. NORMAN WORSLKV,  Wm. Li'mIii', Agent,  1) t. \ Hni'.!!',)'.].. Illld.  kl'li.UI' t.,*\NU |)lM"l(l(iT  l������i*t   Ci 1 I R.ip.'H.  TAI '���������: NOl'lCK vhiu   f>*iphi'ii k-'e.lh,  ot V:'ic'i'i-.t-r, H.V., oivu-*..l ui*,   (Mini.  I;,- |> ������������������'��������� in'i'ii !   io   pj'ly  i .: \- .iiiit,ig|iit. !i,  (i;ii*:i* i;"   :������������������'..'   >,v 114   ��������� , * y. *i  .1 ij.:  ���������     -    ll.    '���������<      -.'.II ',M"I . '   ���������   II   .      *lll*illl<  lit  ��������� ;i ��������� '.. \,\ ..iii- 1 ..'i ('mi . *, i 1. .1' 1 ..i| ii  1 ��������� I \i* ��������� ! ��������� *��������� ,* ', .... .��������� ,* 1.Hi'  ln>i     . -II -.   I 1   i'i      1   * ��������������������������� *���������    t 1    l!< '   IfUl.ilrj  .   -i    'ii ,11. -. .-ci'in ,'1/ -iul ,'tii,   Tmvii.  i li p '.i a* il vn.   the mo  i' hi   l<)  cihiiib,  t'imii'** lnuilt   I'll)    *l|i������illW,   t'.i net; -.Vi.'ilt   -IO  ill   1   ������, lli. Ili-W N'lllth    lid'. *lln   II pl������l!*t Ul  t'llllllll'-lll'-'llll  ill,      C'lllttlli   i1    I'M     ot.'U.������,  'ill  ��������������� 1.1     U't   .  rl71'^������t;land i)i.s I'ltw f  Dmtriot of ltu,'������i*t,  TAKE NOTICE that I, ftumunl hiw-  Jou, of Vuueouvof, Ii. C'��������� tcouiJU.ion uii.  iug ennincer, iuliaiidB 1.0 U.>i'-1 v fur pcrniu  aion to pmclihHft the fidlowi..j( rtn������or bed  huiiim���������C'mnutiiJCi'jg ut, p,.il pbntul ut  tii*) aouth wowt coruor01 -..uI-du 2, Tovn*  Hbiji "I. fchnuco uorh 80 eh.iun, the.n*i-  '.oi*t 80 cliaiuH, thonoo unuth 8.1 iduins  tliuiieo wtrnt 8'J chaiaH, 11 placo of cou.ui  uuceiiiuiit, ooutnii,iu|- (UU co., mo 0 m  loan. iSAilUEL ll m'DJi;-*,  W m. Li.*������'i*j, A^di.t.  Dahid Juao 21flt, 1910,  Foim of N'-tiee.  Coait Dinirioii,  District of Riiiyw 2.  TAKE not oe thai 'EUnor- Loek of Van-  ciuiv-.r, vcuupaiuiu' Marked woman, in-  uu08 to apply tor purn.i-sioii to [tir-ohaxt-  Uie fblloU'iug defli-rihfil lands:���������  ���������~i-'o'.iimend-g.itua.pjst_pln*J.osi_ati_JtIl������4  North Wont corner uf Nu. 1, tliOi.ce J? .rth  eighty (80) ehaini.. tlk-ut-e K.va;,(8j) ihaiuo  thence South eighty (80) uhmis,  tbeuce  U'i������i (SO) ehaini, to p.iii.t of eo,iim������iici*-  iiieut, co tuiuiug hx buudied Hud fo ity  nercH, uioieor less.  ELANOU LKUK  Name of Applieau.  Dated Juno 4th, 1910.  LAND eAAV,    ~  ForikN...9.  Fnrm of Nn icu.  C������vit Dia 1 iot  liHitfi* 2  TAKK NOTICK th.t Ku ueriueBrWu.  OLOtiftitiun  widow,  iuiundi  to apply fot^  p rniiMhiou t.i pinchm-a ihe f.li.n������ioj{  do-  suridod   ImtirtB!   O.iuiiu.oi.������  ml a pi.a  pla*.ted ������t tho uiuthvU t (jiinnr of  No ti  (biiii^tw.i tuiliis iinrsh  oi  iim aouthw������������t  u.n-iHir uf N������ 1) th.iuo.1 uor.n  eih'ht. l.8tij  olmiuh,   11.e .C'i watt  ti^'uty  (SO) clmi .*,  tboicu south oiifhiy (i*i cua.iis,   thunuti  eiut aii-tity 180] clmiiiK, ti the  imiiit if  Oviumi'UCO'M'Ut, uuiitiiiniuK nix L uud red  md forty [640) uori-n, nimo i*r leiw.  KArUKlUNHhUDA'S,  Nuim������ ot applicant  Diitud Ju������o 4,1910.  Form of notice.  Coast District Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tha' William H.  Wbalen, of V'uncouver, occupation, gen-  Ueihan, intends to apply for permisiion  to purchase tlie foliowinj,' described  lan:ls: Commencing at a post pl.iiited al  lhe north eust corner of' No. 6, bcinu  lour miles norih of lhe soulh west corner  of N������. 1; tlience north So chains, thence  east 80 chains, theme south 80 chains,  ihence west 80 chains,, to tbe point of  commencement, containing six luindred  i;id forty . acres, more or less.  Eorro of Notteo.  Coast Dit-triet, Range 2  TAKB NOTICE thut Alex F Brera-  oit, of Boston, occupation eu������*iaoer,  tnteuda to apply for peraiiM&iou to pur-  ciiaae the lollowinj* dtacrititc landu:���������*  Commeuotug at a pi st planted at,, tht  noitbeiiSt* ootut-rol No 12, uoinij f;ini  lui'.es nortb and two tnilcp west of thc  Htuihw-at corner of No l,th������ooe tiortb  8U o'lttiaB, tbenee eaet 80 cbniaii,  .becoe aoutb SO ebaitm, tiieuco weoi  80 eh do*, to tbe point of cotutncnci-  nifut, oontiii\nn. 04,0 acros, ������ ore 01  le������������ ALH'X F. RREMNEK.  Name of Applicant,  Dftto-i Jcue7,1910.  TAKK NOTICE that Aloxnuder MoPlieo  of Vftuoouvur, oucupatiun, catpeuter, iu-  tenda to npply for pcrmiaaiou to purohaKa  tho tollowiog described landu*.���������Commencing at at a poat pinnUil at tlio iiorth west  oorcur of No. 12, being four mik-s uortb  nud three milo* west oi tbu toaih #eat cue  ner of No.l, theuue north SO chnina,thouco  wcut 80 chaiuB, theuce south 80 chains,  tlu noo east SO chaius, to the poiut of commencement, containing 940 aores, more ur  lens. ALEXANDER MePHEK,      >  Name of Applicant.  Dited June 6th, 1310.  WILLIAM  H, WHALEN,  Name of Applicant. ���������  Dated June 4U1, 1910.  LA is'D'ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  I^isirict of Range 2.  TAKE    OT1CE that George Wbalen, 01 Vancouver, occupation, coiur.sctoi  intend*.- to apply for permission  to  pur  chase   the   lol'.cwing   described   lands  Commeiicing' at a post planted about ont  mile west from the north west.corner 01  No 2, beiiitf uvo miles   north   and  tno  miles we*u of the souih west corner of No  t; ihence north 80 cnains, ihence east S >  chains, thence south 80 chains,'tnore or  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form ol Notice,  Coast Distriot, R-inpe 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Julio Morav-  ic, of Vanoouvt-r, occupation constructor, iutfands   to  appiy for pertnibHion  to purchane   the . Iolibwii.|{   drsorihed  landai-Coromencing rt u pi-at planted  at tlin noithiast corner ol No 14. t������������������*���������-  io({   &m  inilen north au:l tv/o o i-t-u  west of the BontbWfSt comer of No  1,  beoce north 80 rhtiiun,  ileoco   went  tfO eb������i!-s   thence   sutith   SO chaiii'f.  iheuoti ea-t 80 obuios, to tbe poiut o<  ..n-muietineiiieijt, contaiuinv (340 mks,  -motejuiJ-8a&__ JOHNl_\\ O R A V10,  -intrd June C, 1S>1������).  Same ofRppUosni.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2,  Ceiwt Diatriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICK thnt Naomi McPhc,  of Vancouver, ocoupstjou, mairied w-cmnn  iuteudsi t'i apply for permission lo purchase the following di Boribed lands: Com  meuciug an a post piunted :<i the north  weat eoinor ot Nw. l4, being five n iics  uorth aud three miles webt i*f tha ai.uth  west comer of No. 1, tbenee uorth 80  cliiins, tbeuce west 80 cuaius, thonce  south 80 ohaius, thence east 80 chain.., to  the point of commewenient, ooutai ing  ti-10 aores, more or les',: '' ��������� ,  NAOMI McPHEE.  Name of Applicant.  JMejUj-LuoJthOfiie^  LAND ACT.  Form No 9.  I'orm of N-i'.iao.  Co*8t District, R*'..R> 2,  TAKB NOTIOK thut Joneidi Mor-  ivic, of V*'ie<-uv������r, oecupsnon et,(,iu-  or, iiit'itidH to upply lot |.������ru bnon to  utirchano the lollv'wvnyips rlnf.d laetls:  i.hironi' ocing m h poat planted at  tin  n-.r'.tn&m wnmrilKi 14, being l\\*  LAND ACT.  Fi.i-m Nu. 9.  . ,, , ���������     .,   , ���������    , milce uorih tiinl two w.les west uf t������  lc-s to C, L. 3358, thence west, bo chains  H ,uthw.'SC coriur of N  1,1 Iter co north  La NO AOt\  Form No, 0.  I'orm oi Notiee.  C'iMHt Dist 1 iot.  DUtHo '.fUaii({������ Nu  TAKK NO'llCW lh*' Aim 0 Iliomner, of  Rntton, oio'ip'tioii i'pitHt..T, intotidii tn apply tor pnmnaluii ������o piichiisii ihn follow  '.0 purynine thu followin/; Unu'ilieu iimd.; 1 ''���������*' Jtfii: ilv I land.*. < omm.noh^ nt a yoHt  Cjui'i.anciuKUt a poat   uhmti"!   at tin* I plimtul at the !i������rtluuai corner if No, '������  hou h t-iiHl corneir  of  ft.-cti m Hm, Tuw--! ruii ��������������� two luiha imrlii of  tho south-wont  whip'21, thence  m.rt'i hu nh..i a, t'n*.(.i.'  w*su K0 uhiiiui, thmiw Hi-irhbu ehuiuw,  tlu'iico iH-t .10 chaina, t   *lu}utn ouuji-  ��������� n.iwIIIUlt, CuUtuillilli-  t tt) te.tv.. ��������� urn 01  lo������<i. IJaID.E H.-.IIliY,  VV 111��������� LchImi, .UfOllt.  Dated June tflat, 1010.  RUFKKT LANDDl.si'RltT  Distriot i.'f H 1 pen.  TAKE NOTICE that lln.il 0 Anl'by, . f  Vancouver,  ll.C, liocinutLm,  imirrie.  woman, intondi to /ippi>  fir  p'J'in unit  ��������� 1,  AitVii: n  \i in 1.'  1010  i  ne, t  11,  iV(Ji'l������l.  ������������������������������������'    ���������'<��������� '  - vn 1 ,\*'\ |.;|rT  ii*'   *f l{*.i'* .ri. I  '     * *.   .'i   i   I*. fn'.l  .   ii'. hrtti.iiiff, ol I  ,r, 1. ,'  ���������'.., u-i.-ii.'������ i hi, liniior, in-  , j*c".li'*'-;   *��������� Vi pll.-'jhU"' '  ij      ,,'.������������������ i ���������' ! 1,'filitii lHi!'.'������--l')inm#-n  c* , ���������   i . ,*������������������    ji init nl   1. th" iiun.li   e%������t  -     <��������� ������������������ I'm 'It.  Im������i ��������� Nit. 'Jil. thuiji-  ���������;;i )��������� ,���������-.,.--,   l i.i-iii*.    ,*��������� ���������   1 ���������*.. ��������� vi ,., ...  '   ,..,������������������ ,,.,*-t.   IV l|ll,llll-,    ������llt'i*i.*l    ������.iut   N  1.     ..ri'    .|-**i-/!   iijiiiuiiu ; iniiltl, t'.ii  in ,11., ut) ,1 .<������������������, ",' r. ni 1  *.  ,������������MlS I.It KI?)K,  ^\ni   m iiv, Aumit.  i������ it 'l .l.i. i- A,t, VJ,i).  lu r-KRI I.VNlntC-tt"li't'T  ���������wWi.'* COttfiQ Root CiraJKKJlid  /^af*"*><f'i Thn fiTi-mi, t'**j',*..i I'ui-.i.', .wi  ***M.>W.i,i>,Av .mifii    1. ������������������������������������   'in   Ikiiu'tlib  f'-'i'*-i, y t'yiiA^*-r-tt.-t������������������������������������^���������i'tif'   '"..'I '-!������������������ n.ii^i-  ������i^W>5r do|niiiit.   I'lo,:'. Jr. M������i *t- i'.*������i.ji*  WSy S >'i''"rt���������-���������.*���������.-u'tit ,11-).i. 'i  Eafv     if fur spi'ijial r-nMi.', iii. imr *>n%  *AF    -^  1   I'nM by nil 'ii v. A '���������*, or 10J  /      ^i  . Vena parnphloi. A dli-y 111   fIM  tN������*Ml������it������l(lfl,.TlllHN tt. ONI, U*r imr.'41'..'v.iajH,  , X7oo4V ^M.-r-'hi'iMM,  fij������***) .V1",J'.''','"'������������������ "-^'"f. ft",*1,?,  ctrucir uf Nn. I) thonco norih ui������lr.y [8(1)  eliuiuH, thmiuii uunt lifhty (00) ehiiuiv,  ihoui-o m'Uth "i^hty (ftii] c imiiih, th.nca  woa o'k'.htj (*h i.hiii'in ui |oiiit dt emu-  imu (.'cnii.i I, ciiilMniiiH i>ix iiiiiiunul mul  furt. (010) 'ice*, morn or lu-a,  ANNll*! IIHKMNHH,  Ni llie if Applurll t,  lb* tid J unci   MU,  ft I 9 il .nn W*    MHT iifiir- ���������mmmmrmmmtm ���������mm*** ' i������V������r4*iPW'^HA*>Mr������MlWr-aMMMMW  L.^NI) ACI-  Fiiiiii N'i. i).  tmttmm  Cn.iiI Diiiiii t  i District ol UiHjje 2.  TA KK Ni .TICK ih.a Kd.vui I* ftu-m-  iici, ill Vnnroiin-r, on upation broker, in-  \ itmi!, lo apply Ioi tiKniihsiiiiiiu iuiic'u.im  ,lii>;\umi  i ���������  HI.   .1 '*, . '  will  ihlltlllU,   M������,lt,U  llll I   ,  ,   >.<��������� ...y, ti,.tu.it IIV 11, ..  along said hcen-e to point of commence  incut, CDiitain'uijj 640 acres, more or less.  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 191 o.  LAND ACT.  I'oiin No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coa^t District Kanijo a.  TAKE NOTICE tli.u Robert II.Kllis  of Vancouver, iici.U|jatiyn,Lrolvci', inteinls  to ajiply for pcrinissioii in purchase the  follnwint,' described lands: Co-iunwo'.in*^  at a post pl.iiiiei.i at tho south west corner of No, 10, beititf iwo mile* north and  two miles west of lhe south west corner  of No. I, ihence north Ko cluum, thcticu  west 80 chnins, theuce south fi������ cliiins,  more or less, thence cast So chains, to  pnlni of commencement, ennutiuinu 640  acres, more or h*>s,  RUllKkT 11. KLL1S,  Naiiic uf Applicant.  lKte.1 Jmio 4th, 11)1(1.  LAND ACT,  Komi No. o.  Form of Notice,  Oim District Raiuiu   .  TAKE NOTICK tint John  G. Arm  iironu, of V,iucu'.iu*rj nicj^utimi, clerk,  iuiuinls to iip-ilv for pennisiion tn |itr.-  rluufi   the following  duniihwl l.uuN: ���������  Coiriiiii'nniij{   at   a post pluniud al thu  noith east ciiincr of No, 11, heiiitf three  null's mini) mri tv.o miles   west   of the  souih west corner of No. 1; tlience ninth  n,i rh.uiis, tlience *e������i 8.i liliiiiis, thenic  thence  smith tin chimin, iher.co east   to  chiins, t   ihe   point ol cimiociiitiiieui.  i-(>iit,iuiitii! <t.\ti acren, nun* or less,  JOHN G. ARMSTRONG,  80 v.*l.i������.twi, ibeiici* east 80 chain*,  t-.idnet������ a.iUth 80 enaine, tin rn.*e wetsl 80  ehuiriH, to tbe poiut of comaneuci.-  mnut, oootaiiiiiiij; 040 mms more 01  Iim������, JOiJtfTU MOHAVIO,  Name ot Ai'p.i.*ant.  l)ti*d June 6 1010  Coast District, TUugo 2,  TAKE NO.ITO'lfi tlut Lewis J. flu!]. oC  V*i-couver, oooupation, fnrem-.n, inU������,ds  to apply for pi-rniiimion to ptirchoso .ihn  [oll.o.ving iteHurib.eti   lautla: 'iommu' cing  at a post planted at thu Qurtb. wctt coin- r  of No. 1(5. beiug'mx.in Kb  nvrtb nnd tl.rea  miles west of thu soil li Wist ooruer of No  1, tht nee uufih 80 oiii.i/, tboi.ee ivo-t  SO  cliaius, thenee buiith  HWchninu,  ihence  oairt 80 oli.-lnis, to the poiut of uodhuom'c-  iiioiit, coiitsiuii gCIO Mere*, nioie tr !es������,  LRvVlSJ.hULL,  Name ot Appliosut.  Dated Juno C������h, 1010.  i,  'ii'.nl*rrlinil,iind iit??:i'i if  ''-Ae It 511*��������������� k, **���������<-r-'-' 1 f '���������   '  will nim.  fwM brail Unn- *i ut f i-iiiiici n.  ui.iin iikr. on rawipt of pn. , i\���������.< I'nin '.u,  nrhj It'imlmrri "cr.-nt'^Cni.  ������.i>i corner ol ���������>'������  i-eiiih'  I   ('m*  thr.*  ���������rl  t  1   fnr  I  HAY WARD DIVKiU'V  ihlV   flfl  ���������A', :,lllfl%,  ll-  I  t.  TAKK NOTICK thnt r \-������  'u.', 1,  Churl-Mi II. JHrai,; .  . f   Ui-I .'  timri, (.'irtcx fcUml, Mwu.i!lo*������rr, In end ���������  ��������� , i,.i,'i-- fir rt. rmlu.f.in t ''**...��������� ���������(.,��������� * ft ii-  in (.11 i-r������b������*i! fureHhor*': I 'im ni������������i e\i,.* nt '  . i*i ��������� .;. ' ,i*'(������������������ ' i :'��������� ",��������� ,.r m.i 1.,  ,i'i>it ti.-m lituiln n .ilii't., li'im l'i������ M  W cerm-r of tlw fr*M"im | s. \V. .1 s ,rt.  ��������� r������m*ii naC,  I'.irt** Ulam, |h.���������,-������ r*������-*  (iih'H of live ���������ioiiihivest corner of  No   t)  lu-iu 0 ivttb cijjhty 80  (iiaitis,   the-nrc  ,vc-!������i   uiijliiy,  Ho,  <li das, ihei-,ce viutti  * * i;.|-iil), cm, 1 uriiii ., 1,.������.,, .  ,.<.���������,  :.f...-.i,   A.  '. 1 li.niis 10 (Miint nl t'liuiinenceinrnt,,  ron-  iaiiiiMp, six hundred -ni>l forty (640; .ictei  r  11,me nr h*������*.  KDWIN I' HUKMNKK,  Niiiiim of Apple .int.  i-.C*'.   lx\'.������   l, O..I"  i'\\. Oil'.  >���������I..I.Mir^  LAND AOi.'.  Form No 0  Form of N >tioo  Cost Di.uirit, Hinge 2.  TAKK NO I'll)B tint Wliiinn*  Haitiei, of Vtuiwuvar, tjccnpu.''i;>n fo-0  imu, iiiienm to appl) for pr*k*i������n*'ru  tu ptuohi������Kn tne lollowiic duHfiih'.il  lii.dij.���������CortimenfiJ"-? Rt a postplHimil  .11 the tmrther������t oon^nr nt No 10, bo.  ino nix mils north and two mile*.  went of tho aonthwupt comer of No i,  thtboe north 80 ehaitm, tbi������eo w<������t  80 ibtins, thenii'i H'li'itn 80 ohiti 'c  thei.tt,' ii.������i. BOotiuir.il. ui'li.' pnim (A  ooiAioenr-tMinmf,,aotiuinliin fill) tv-reii,  mor*orh*sa. WILLIAM HaINE*,  N^monl Appliesnt,  Da tnd Juno ('��������� 1010  LAND A OL'  Furm No 0.  Fiirw of Notion,  Const Ihurlot, Ran:.jo 2.  TAlili MO HOB ������baf* On run 0.  I'rurt, ol V*ncouvet, rcaupatiou ac-  yiitnuivi I, inun".������ to apply lor p-i  ii.i*>������*'.n 1.0 ijutonaaetbe 1 ID wipir id-  siiiii-d Undt-:���������Coninim* i gatapnm  pUni'il nt tlm i,oriiit������������t comer uf No.  10, beit'ji hi* mi Inn nor.h and twt.  mile* W������nt A ihf n vi'bwput Curni-r <���������!  Nn I the tut- i.mth 81) ohaini, titmci-  .*������.������ HOohsii'n llm ,(.��������������� -JuiHii 80 ci.alii^,  ihn co w������������i hUclnir.H, 10 th* poiuto  ,1 too.rinetiomi, (-.nt .iniiiji i^O Htn*.  iuoii*. or luif.  UV.OIU.K 0,1'HATT,  Naau nl A\,\ licatst.  Dultsd Jure (1 1010  LAND ACT.  *oioi .--0 0.  LAND ACT.  fcVrii No. Q.  Form of Notion,  Const i liatr tot, Range 2.  TAKK NOl'luK Uut Ahocimdor J. Stew  art, uf Vui.C'iiver, ooi.upatio.1, o������rpi*n������ r,  in'oiirtH t" upply for i.eru.ijsi(iu tu pur-  chao the following di-aoribed iu.--iiH-.--~  i.'oiiniKim'i'j),' at a poat planted tn tho  h!i. re nlmut '.'ji inih s in a m>uth ens.  torly diri'Oiiuu from thu aouth was; o^r-  utrof No. 1, liit-niti nnitii 80 chaus,  tliou-ju evit bo eluii.H, thuncu uimth U0  ehuiuw, ih*iiuo iidHtSO ciuiiua, to pi int  ut (joii]ii)'.nu������nioiit, 001 taii.iiJK GiO utirea,  mora or 1������ii������.  ALI'XYNUKU J. STEWART,  Nu iug uf Applicant.  Dnte Jitini Okh, 1010.  LAND ACL'.  Furm No, 0. Form of Nomooi  C'Otfst Dint! hit, Ulti'Ktl'J,  !������,- ri.*k ��������� - ������. ifc.*.. >���������  * AKK kVl k .-. tlw* A'lit Kk**������i.i J������n  i,  f V .���������*,.'-<**.���������������-������:, II. <" .   ��������� i*<.������|mi1..iii*i,  4rfl������������    t*>*i>*������i, tv.1 i-e ��������� ���������:*  itito   i*������'h������* ti������!'<>*ii.tf'ttwr-wd  t'*.m  ������ui*'ljt a1 a V A v'Mit.d nt |moiri������������*������iltb*fly������iir*.fn n t.,li���������m���������-t ������'������.,  ,.   ,.,  .,,- ,,f -i-.nitrrt. f' ���������* -, i^vilfi e-4 tl..- **h*;*Iiv* i  ���������   -y   ,-   .in������, t ..ii'-.-i  LAND A( T.  Foim Nn %  "i ���������  wt 1  ��������� '   tS      *  ,, l\.,..).  .iv (ri,. t  In *,< tllr  ... . i������f"  t Uf  ,* r- *������ ���������  '  ��������� f  .Iv* lli.il    III.  '. :������; ('-,!' * ��������� I. J'm-t, .n  -.-  ,,.'<.*������li<������ii' A,,,-iett, ������u������������ ���������  :i������-  1 Ja!   l/.:i��������� '���������.*>'  (';:;.>   tt.  * j������ii)t W'i'  .* *. w ������������������*.  I l������l'l t   .lit -,  ...ill  I-i' J , It  Iii  *'������������������������   W.l'if  LAND ACT.  Form Mo. q,  V, e.��������� ,,( Snuee  Coast District Range l.  TAKK NOTICB t������������r������ntm<Ji H ���������������  1ar������<, ot V������i ei>'ii������*r,������������c������f"������*i'ir.������ tn������i������  rod woman, in'iodi to apply 'ur p"  i *m,#������l������ 11 t������j **oreitiw������ Hi*- f-'llowinrf ������l<-  'iM*riHf>d Ui d*: CoinmM.fl'nii at a p **  !,.i*i\-#d ������������ ib* trtnrt.hmin* eere**rof ������N.  II,   )fluff ibrwiriil.t������i r������b ai.d   I*.  mil * wm id iVr H V  crnir if N>  I, iheijff f.nf������������i 8'* ct tt ,-, t'.t-t.A* e**t  tj0 p������..h������    Ih'ttfta >������lh   W) t-b.i*.-.  *ih������nr������- n**n H)t.ha*ti*, to tb- "*'-i* 1 ������������������!  eommt-tieatnt-ni, -aontri iluc tUOtift,  w ie or !��������� ���������#.  ttEttTWlHtrOfLAJIO  V������n***f.f Af illc.oi.  Frmn ������f N'������'tv.e.  i'<k������vi |)Uii������r>,  f >i*r rt a| Knftifr I  TA KK 'NOTICK ib^i   llcb-n   Sla*- j (Hied hit,* i\ VH*'.  ..nn, i>t I'.i'-l'.u.  .'('tit*. t'lU .tt iff ed   ������ ,-*  .���������������������������, i������--iei.d*������ I" *"|i'*. fur   pr.n(i*vv..n  t<t  j*ll*'( I. .������������- I'": ('���������������'' i...ft|;   iltK.'V!    ,.������l������l*''.,  i;t.������wiwm i-n -���������!   1  f-t phu* I i.ib������*  t^LY uNj; f;Ol!..\H A VKAI*  *r:.������sci;il{K FOK TUK SW**  Form oa NoliM.  Co������M InUnioi, H������hk<" 1  TAKK NOTIOB thar J)a������o K-riru  ���������rin.ni Vanaentrt, eiem minto hij'chfi  I'lfridn   to  apply t"r  pHini***i ��������� 1  ii*  ���������arch****   ll n    Nlo-i'iny    -Jeior^ti'  ������nd������.���������.Oo-rmenclnne) a i������o*t plti'tcd  ���������nr ���������h#t Midi ar ihi koii< w������*tt enr-cr  '* No 11, liMii-j ������*o n-ilx* north  ���������n<*  hie������ ipiha w.������������ nf the fnuOiwuii cor-  ,..i/f rt������I, ������-*������*>iw r.orih 80  Cb^lrt,  **sti.o������ v,������ii, 'Mi'.*/, ���������!, thc-t'C** 1'iuO  8'trhi������jn������, ntttta or \-������* in ihore liim,  d.vn-U'      ran     11    fl>-.'li>������       **������!'������ni  -tiii.iit lur w poii't rJ orri.rorrwiri i-rji,  t ntalitin-f f*l" ���������"t**"'. ���������������*������"��������� n ������������������������������  hsvk i tvhi-r^os,  N������a.e (>f Applicant.  Dvi#*tjnn������ 6.191ft  IF YOU WAXr  IJOOD PRINTING  t*\\'V. I.S A TMAl.Ji.iy a������ *iti-������.:i*������*v.  TAKK NOTICK Iiui Kl/.*b,tli Jmo  Siiilh ei V.iiK'"iivor, ncciipiiltiiii, Qisnieil  womuu, iiituiiiiu to npply fnr pi rni'iiHiua  to purubiiMi tlm f>'lJowi������n ilowrihiil inni'a:  I'liii.iiii'iini..,; at a 1 nnt plnnti'il at tlio  muith unlit uormr of Nn. 1, thouoi u utli  80 chuiiiH, ii.oni or hail to thy* li������w, itut. ���������  co o������at !>U eii'vnis iilm.H luutluru bnniiila y  of Su. 'A thi-noi um tu 80 uhmi 11, tlieuoi  ai-.it ������y diniii-*, t" \i '.������t ������t viiiiiiueiit'vii.i ��������� t,  cuiiuiiiii.g (UO ucri'i, nivir'i ut lean,  KLlZA������F.rM . I AN K-SMITH,  Nino ot Apiilciitit,  D.4.) Jim.; Hth.lUlO.  ���������.mr^nnwiiii   1 1 ��������� 11 ������������������.���������.���������iw-^������*^wwiwi-Iih mm ���������**$  LAND ACT,  I in III ������\o, J, t< < uMit ������������������( <su.,uv,  lit*. 1 1X*J^.*:, y.t.,%1-:'.  TtKK KOTrCK tKtl  D*vl<!   r>������**i..n  Milur, uf V������:ii)i)uvcr, ������ioeiip������tlun, *arf*n������  tnr, intimits to apply (or periniMiuri to por-  l.liAiC  ill^  il>l,���������*ll,t,^   >A    .1*1.!,**,.,.     ,    ..... ,'.       ...  1 wring ������t a ptwt |>lml������d at th������ unuth  .������nf eorner uf No, I ihrtiet ourth 801 hatut  thnnofl f������������t 80 ������l anu*, theaee wiutli 80  t-hiiii tliot.ct ���������.ten ������Och������m������, tn point of  Minmrnoenitnt, vnutunibg 010acre n.urt  cr I. ms,  VAVlbtiAWmOS MILUR  Nati.e of Apptiotint,  Hatt.il .lone 1Mb, 1DI0.  YOR. tSAl.K���������A fiv������������ roi-������i������*������I  JioiiHtt un Ji������|Jf lot. For fmthi-r j������nr~  ticiilnrs a|inlv nf thin o^ico  KOU  KALE~fimi������h   I'remlrr  Tyi^'critei in   jjv'hJ  nrifpr,   C<������������*t  $1i.������..f.������ xx'dd M*i\ f.������r $;������<MK).   Aji. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  NOTICE,  NOTICE is heauby ������iveo that GO days  after date I intend to, apply to the Hoe.  The Chief Ouuiuii8Biouer of Lands aud  Worksfora license.-o prospect for coal  snd petroleum under the landa in Wel.son  District, and desoribed as fo'lows:  Comauincipg at. a p cat planted on tho tea  boaoh ai the S B. corner of Seotion 2a,  thenc* west along the eoutb bonnd������ry of  ���������uud Section 2a, 80 chains, theuoe uorth 40  chaiui, more or less to the sou thorn boundary ot M fl HiJl'w prosp-yifing license,  theuce cant 60 chums, moro or less, to H  \Y mark on ai'it bench, theuco to'.lo������ving  nl.ing sea boaoh t" 'Iv- placo of o- tumeucc*  K.A. CURKWOIBSON,  K. Priest, Agt*n*.  Dnted ibis 23rd dey of Ootohor, 1910.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  imammmmnmani  "LANU REGISTRY ACT,"  Iti thc matter of an application for a duplicate certificate of title to an undivided %. of Lot 233, Comox District  and an undivided h of Lot S,  Block  2, except the east  22   feat  thcieof,  [map s22] To-*n of Cumberland.  Notice is hereby   given that it is iny  i *,cr.tion at the expiration of one month  from   the   date of tbe  fhst publication  hereof o issue a duplicate  certificate  of  title to above above hmls issued io John  W liryden on, ihe 20th ot July* 1907,and  numbered 14619c.  Land Registry Office) S- Y WOOTON,  Victurui, B.C.        > Reji'ist.-;ir Genera  Nnvembr and, ltjio)        of Titles  nim1 ara -amtmcrme in������*������n*M  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Ooaai, Range 2.  TAKE   FO'I ICE  that   Westley  Evert Westley, 'if Vancouver, B.O  ]ilaPiorcr, inteii'ilf to adpiy for pei  mission 10 purchase the foliotvin>  describe;} lands,���������Coumu-ncing at a  post planted about  5 miles   north  and*2 miles capt  of the   couthi-upi  corner of CL 3358, thence son: h 80  chains,   thence  cast ,80     chaiv.s  thence north 80 chains,,thenee west  80 chain?, to j-ost   of   commence  ment, containing 010 uc.-o.-, more or  Drink   U   B. C, Bohemian  The UNION'BREWING Cm,  ,B.C  Summer months are BOVRIL  months. A cup of BOVRIL  with a biscuit gives all  necessary nutriment when  meat is not relished.  Try a little BOVRIL b your  canned meats.  HERCULES "Stump Pullers  -      -     FOR  SAXE   BY     -     -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vancouver, B* C.  ter*;  &������  H :     '  S ������S  M  >. ������ 3  ���������A *w rt  ������ W "-t  r=o g  Ig ������  ���������* o .sr..  % - d  '**   * -*���������  rp  S 3  a- Ir l>  ������   a -* '  a St  to Oi  ������ t  t-i **  * X*.  ~ieasT  WESTL? EVERT WESTLEY.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  NOTICE.  NOTICE i������ hw-efcy given that 60 'lays  Oftar dfta 1 illtnlld tuhnjily. t������ 1I10 f Ion,  The Ohh-f CimiuitBsioncr ot Landa and  Works lor alieois-i'������������������ pnspio f.u- a-A  and petroleum under and fin lh*- la ids in  i-i niton Di'^lr.ct, tt'-'tl ileaOnli.'d w< f.ilh.Wii:  LV*mimniciujf auia jiiwt.plenc������d -0 ivhii-p.i  went of .the northwest mmier of S-c i n I,  tbonoe eant 80 chainu, thenoo north 30  chaina, thouce went <i0 chiitim, thonco noith  50 chaina, tlieoco went HO ehniuH, theuco  totilh SO chain* to placo of o-uiiniflnccmont  I". PRIEST.  .Dated thla SSrd day of Ootober, 1910.  0  ������������l  ro  ���������n  u  , oi  ss  p.  ri  >>  d  IS  u  <a  P<  o  o  *i  It  !���������->  v, -   -  BMC  mitied  ���������_)  I,,  -\ ,.ii  A- ^  **. '"���������  ... T:- uh  Ti. -*��������� "5  f ��������� S ";���������  '���������*. A n  ta)  ' w  fer  A  KiKii-JW.?.  Umi IU CANADA  ���������^.il&nK'wrr.K'nnJW  NOTICK la herely fjivon that oa the  Cm-, day of P..C'<ml.or uoxr uppllcation will  bo mini'!Mtlio Siijiorhnoadont of Provincial Polio* fur too renewal of the hotel li-  ouiao tt lull li'iuura liy retail in tlm hotel  liu.tivu an the tVoi-dluiH Hto-piifnj^ Plico'  sitimiiiBtOj'etor Uiver, in *Uu pruvinoo of  Li-ifh Columbia,     Anhib VVoouiiub,  l������4tod October II, 1VI0.  H������*<NMNI  NOl'fOK ia hereby yivmi'.hatuii tho  flr-t day uf Pecoiub'-r nextnjijiiientioiij**ill  bn made ti> llm SniKiiiiitpuilxi'ti uf Proviii-  oii.l Police, Viotoiin, f.ir nr>*uis������ al nf the  h tei lu'oitHP to Hell Jii*ti.,r������ hy n.Uil m  tho hotol kiiuivu a������ tho Union hotel, ait-  unto nt Uiiiiii.HO.    Kamuw.0, Davis.  1','if.il tho Uth day cf Ootohor, IDU)  Ai'll  Pure Food Insures  GOOD HEALTH  Magic  Baking  Powder  Insures Pure FoocL  E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.  Tmonto. Ont.  NOTKJE  Any person or pot-sons, cutting,  removing, or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of anv descriptiodn  jelongiiig to tho "Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land  of the snid Oompauy, will bo pros-  ecuttd. to tlio full extent of tlie law.  W. I.. COULSON,  Gonoral Manager,  "Wellington Colliery 0o,y.  ICCTK'S.  1 lit ding on li*com������itivcs and rail  '���������av cm:-; of tho Uniot* Colliery  Coriq/iviiy..by ;uiy pernor, .ir per-  jourf���������-exoeyt 'ain crew,���������it; strictly  ;>roh?l*-iJ-eti. Enipioynes "re *iul>-  cc to oi.sniis.sitl for itl lowing Ham-  -AM\; ordor  W.  L.  COUL.SON,  General Mftiutiier.  ���������sm-mzaawt-tta* nemiesr mux  m  ���������^.'l^Ws^v^-������<|^^(f^sir!*^R^^^^  "OrMrJT^tR15Ett  -- ...-.*  "HIGH GRADE* STOVES!  Ami ull  KITCHEN    UTENSILS  Sporfsniens Goods  and  General Hardware  nnr metimmm  MWMi-WMI  STORE  J. JACK,   Prop.  XjTICKhi hcioby (,'ivcu lh������t on thu  flra day if D^tiiihur runt npi'lio- ti"ii "'ill  hi. n.!t'lo*t.������ to thi*. 8u*>**rlriteiidei!t of Pn������-  vitieliil Police, Victorln, for a renewal ������f  tho lintuj hoenae to *ell Jii*ttor8 hy ret-tnl  in tlm lmli'1 known m th* Courtenay hotel  liiUiitot lit C tirtoniiy, ILO,  John It. Johni-ton.  Matfiil Ootohcr 11, HIIO,  The Courtenay Hotel  Rvery convonioriee for guoBts.  The Ctmtial Hot������l for Hportoraon  None bin tlie Heist of Wines and Liquor*  at the Mar.  tiATKB REASONABLE  John Johnston.    Prop  ���������>  (b  *  ��������� *>  (������  'ft*  ���������->  tt*  I  \%  <t������  ib  s ��������� *  At DuriHmuir Avo.   Cumbnrland (t  ''i><������^������^*?v$-?^^^i^$-^9^  *i,i%^mm^rmr*%utmr*tr*m-w*Mmi^  tt��������� t* *���������"-���������"***, mm~nn  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast  TAKE NOTICK that Davidscn-  Ward Co., Ltd., of Vancouver, BC,  lumbermen, intend to apply for per  mission to purchase the following  described land?:���������Commencing at a  post plnnted about ]0 chains nortb  of a stream on the east aide of Cop.  per Reach, Loughborough Inlet,  about 3 miles fromTowoy Head,  thence oaat 20 chains, thonco south  20 chains, thence weM 20 chain-?,  so Loughborough Inlet, tlience  north ulong the shore of 'Louj'hhor-  ouph Inlet about 20 chains to point  of commencement, and containing  40 acres, more or lees.  Davidson* Ward Company, Ltd  Frederic L. Ward, Agent.  Dated September 24th, 1910.  !S..S,"L1!THIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. 13. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G.L1. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, B. C.  MOTICF .    . '  ������**m������������������RVJ  NOTICE ig hereby Igiveu that at the  noxfc-niwtitig of the Ui.anl of License Com-  mwsiooern for ihe City of Cumbeirtad. I  intend to t'V'iilv Ior iv renewal of tho vvboli���������  sulc liquor license held by mo, aitnatud on  io������6, block 15, Uumbe:l������ndToivnsito.  CIALI MUSisATTL  ��������� Dated Ihi* loth- d;y of November, 1910.  NOTICE ia liorcby givnn tlut at thu next  meeting-of-the^Joa-il-of���������Liysnse-Oomnik-  sioneis of the tity of Cumberland, I intend to npply for a rmie^iil of the wholesale liqnor licenss held by m,, situated  mi lot 12, b nek 7, Cumb .Tlaml TowuMtu.  FKANK. SCAVARDO.  Datod Shin 15th d*y of N ivomber, 1910  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco.  Vancouver Ice Cream,  NOTIOK TO THK I'UMWO.  Havii'fi built ������ Inrga 'viiicIioiiho anil mill  at CourH'iiay, I will in finmi ltof������i> on  hiail a atocit of nil l.huU nf liny, tlnin,  NOTICK I'  hiTChy jiivon tlmt on thn  wul I'i -ed A ��������� lowivt uuultt't  rnto.s,     A  flrttd'.yof Deoiuiihcmext **|i|>!ii'nti'iii will  ajweinIty will hu iniilo "f i-ix'h'r nrunhod  li'i-il fur Iuhb'.h vhinii will nialio a n.ivinK  Ol'oan tlliril in tlif cO't (it fetid, Ol'iU-irH  yiv������n tho lomnaf-er or l.y fdioiid n-jil lm  prmnptly liilml, InauUiiix yon for yonr  Irii.r iniki' lu tli" i..nt Mul ni'ii'lni*.' ti i'oii  tiiiii'tiecfif thp namu on hi-o-ulur Jiaan, I  l.������������i< io niniii'i  Vourn io ciii.iiiiiiiiil,  UYRON CU.VWFOUl).  b������ tumlo lo th������ fMiiHiriotemlwit of Pro.  vineiil I'lilmi, Vie i.ria, ful'a rn..������iw������l of  thill t-1 Ihwii.-e inaell liijwoM by romil  iu tli������ liotul noomi na tno Klk nolol, -nu.  iiti-d nt Citimx, H.O. .bin" Mak'iiN.  i)Oiill)uti'biti*i:, 1010.  HOl'lUti' horeby xivou that oa the  fir t day .-������f ])i'uemh������rM������'xt������p|,iHoi!liiii will  he luode tn tho Suf^rintcnilont of Pro-  TiUCli.1   I ViUJsi     ������ .WWUi������|   i������i it liM, ii ni   VI |  iii-....       |   ..,." ''...,       1      .'���������,'!  ili t'io U'.tvl ki.i.un ��������������� tho Mihii'j'ina !!"���������  t-l, ri'Md d ������t L������-i4, B.(1.   Ftr-i. Tiitri.ra  U.itod OU-ober II^IOIO.  0m..******.**.*.,,, "���������   ii    MI'li     ���������.-,        'U Ml   ly���������t^m   m> .  auiH r, i������i iii'U'ii.i nitiiu liiai ,.,i int.  1'mt day uf l)*ori]ib������rn������xt ������ppliviiti������ti wdl  be m.do to the Sii(it'rlnt������nilont(jf tVovin-  end Puliti Viotoria, fora mot-wal of tin-  ljnt.^1 linemi* to a> 11 liipinm hy retail in  ton lioUii Hwi-ntu tlio Willow* H������ti������l *l ���������  tnj'j'i   A f.'mnjih'll lf.vi������r, M   V  TilULlNltitANNKN'.  f)H.*.t <x,-���������<if.r I!  I'.-'lu.  SO I UK i������ hereby Rivm thnt on   the  iim thy of J-tc *-inf*r tun I ������p;������iK*������ii������-i ml  l*s m de io thn ��������������� i������m������'t.ten tt'iit > t ft 'ti ��������� J  aial \*.ihne.. Vi,nH������. fw lh������-r������m<������*������Jf*f ihi |  b������t������l liro mi tt. n 11 ln|U.*r' by touili   Iho j  bOt-1 krn'������8 iu the W-.Ijoo jioiil, -mnati-.f  ���������f Untan liny, B.C.    Jown Hwrxrtr, 3u.  1)4*4 UetfUi 11,1'JiU.  fTvrnv q, s. (v>  mem**tm*mim *n.itmmw  e v. r  R DEIATIS  Dealer in  AM. KINDS OF        a  Fruit, Candy Cigars ]|  Cigarettes 4 Tobacco, f  .Honoi'ii Mlock,  'NOTICH ia lime1 y wiveu that at the  imx't meeting of iho Boit*d of License  Commistiioners of tho City of Cumber.  Inn J, I intend to tt)>ply foi n renewal of  tho wLoleaale liquor license held by mo,  si hinted on lot 9, block 7, Oimiborl md  TowDPito, "  VICTOR RONORA.  Dated this I5th day of Noveinbar, 1010  -.SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  Dintnot of Say ward,  TAKE NOTICE 'tint William  Caldwell, of Lanark, Ont., mining  mun, intends to apply for pormiu-  riion to puroliaHo the following cie-  ���������acribud^lrtiuit-:���������Commoucing at a  pom plnnted at the northwest eornor  of Lot 4lM, Curringlon Buy, Say  wnrd Dim rict. tlienco follow! ns,' tho  north boundary of hot -J90 ua������lorly  {or 40 tduvins, thenco north 20  vhuin.-, thonco wont lo the shoro line  tlioiniH 6ouihv\(isterly und fojowio^  tliOfihore lino to tlio point of coin-  liioncoDioni, contniningleHi* tlmi) 80  noma.      William Galmvkll,  .Ino,  ManHon,aj>ent,  Outtiil Nov. 28tli, 1010,  WINTKR SCHEDULE.  Effectiva on and from the -Jrd,  proximo, tiie following wiil bo the  fall scliodule of onr local mail  etciuners;���������City of Naniumo loaves  IS'an .inio at 7 n. m., on Wednesdays and Friday's and the Queen  City leaves Nanaimo 10 p. m., on  Mondays. City of Nanaimo leaves Coinox at 7 a. tn., on Thursdays and Saturdays. , Qn'oon City  leaves Comox at 1J5 p.m., on  Tuesdays.  NOTIOE.  Notice is hereby given that an appli-  tatiori will be made to the Legislative As  sembly of the province of liritish t'olum-  bia, at its present session, for an ���������Act to  incorporate a company with power to  build, construct, maintain and operate, a  railway nf standard or narroiv guage to  be operated by steam, electricity or other  motive power fsr the purpose of carrying  passengers, loys and merchandise, or  either, from Harky Bay os Port McNeil,  or some point between them, or some  other convenient poiut near thereto, on  ���������Uie���������east���������Goast~pf���������Vwoieouver-Miand-tp-  coal Harbor, on the west arm of Quatsino  Sound, or io some point on Rupert Arm,  Quatsino Sound, or to a convenient point  on Quatsino Sound, Rupert District, Van  eouver Island, province of British Coluni  b'u; with power to construct, acquire, own  and maintain, wharves and docks in connection therewith: and tu construct, acquire, own, charter, equip and maintain,  steam and other vessels and boats, and  to operate the same on any uavigable  ivaters; and with all powers xiven by the  "Model Railway Bill;" and with such  other powersand privileges usual or incidental to all or any of the aforesiid puf.  poses!*  BARNARD & ROBERTSON,  Solicitor* for the Applicants.  Dated this Jst dav of November, ioioJ  FOE 8ALE>-8 milch cowa, all  tuberculosis to-sted, (.iovnriimciit  yearly records of oitcli cow given,  ultjo 5 colts und 1 agod niuro, ono  colt partly broken.  JUYS1.DK, [Ciirtw-'n Ranch]  Union Jlay Koad.  CUMIIUKI.ANU, U.O.  CKAhKD TKNDKH.S adurowid  to tlio  >������J    uiiiiviiigneil, and ������uUur������e(l '* L'eiulut-  fnr I'nlihi! Huihliiig, lO-iuiil  Koilm,  H.O���������"  Will  llu IWUlVlll Ui   tl'lN    Illlll-U    Ulllll     i.lli)  V<><b*<>*t-999$'*'4<>$9<>9999A'**   >'*-M-. ua W.,tn..,!*,_, I)<i,.,i.i,tr lis,  I'.uu,  I 1.1 ilio UOMiiHUoiii-ii nl tt I'lil'i.*,' IluililllH( ������  j i'i.iinl Furhi, ILI'.  I'I .ii-, i piellii.ft j mn ami itnm ot omitni-'t  i-fiii hv a* en und ior mi ni  temlnr (ibl iiui il  JOHN McLEODS  , ,\ ,-������-,,,  O  T i<  Vtmoa-ttnd ������(>r������ic������  Iwlween Viino'MiViii',  Nnn*lwo, Union, Como*, by the  I   (II      I      '       *!.   ,      *  ntcmnur "COWIt'llAS"  Sailing ail undor���������  LentcH Vmicoiviii, .Saturday f p m  Arrive** N*nnimo, Hatunb y IS p m  Arrived Union, Minuliu* ll a in  Arrnr* tVnioi,   "intitlay S a m  ?��������� :'C  ttonvi-e t"������ni-x. *������������whi> ������' p m  It-.vi-ti t'n'-*    I'lttii':.',  ."ijirti  Arrivin Kmiii Ui-*h *-iuu1h> 11 j, m  Airi*e������ Vni.eoiivcr M'i.,ility 7 n in  CANDY. KIllflTH,  CifiAilS A TUiiACCOl-  ,mmmmmmm.m  ,\\i >n i, in miitut -nm it I,hi. t>n llm nu t.  j ll dill Klilue Ol ,������lf \\ (II,    ilMIHtl-Hlill,   ItHI-  jilua un.hiie.1, Vig.uiit, 111.., at thu $',. t  Juili..*i>, t!ru,ul K.,im,,,mil at thin lieimii*  I u.iiiit.  | IVl-HIIIH Il-lllLlihjj lll-IJ l.nllli.l 1 tll.t tlllll-  , li:. Will  i.������l  Iki (   I i.l.lll'l*. ll  Ull !������������������, .   |l|������,|u   III!  lili"  piiiiitiii   f..rmii m.|i|.ll .i, ani ciiiiie'l  I with tm-ir uu'ihi I'jiguaiui'i'i*,  aiaoiw t>������* ir  I iii'rlliiiitim.i. nml i.in- m nt ii'viil.-iic ��������� fulhi'  |i-nhu ui tu in., nut ivitJ'l mi,!'tit i, tie im* I  .iiit-i' '.f 'null iiii������nilii*r. .f tlio ni'ii  nnii't   b*l  |kiv:iii. )  |    Kiicii tmiiinr ii lint l.o iiL'tii.tiiuniieii by all |  ia*ji������t-iiti.d������iiii|iiiiiin it i.*li*rO'M!il h-i.K, piii-1  ,������ii'|i tn did iiiih'i- i f   Inn   ||,I-,iiui-ii.Ii<   dn*'  ***. ��������� i*.-. i- ��������� .  ii mtiir, i  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast.  TAKE NOTICK ihal D-iviusun-Waid  ('ompany, Ltd., of Vancouver. B.C., occupation lumbermen, intends to apply fnr  pcimission to lease the following described lunds:-Conimencint,' it n prat  planted at a point on Timber Limit No,  y/ttn nn th* cist side of t'npjii-t- l'-������*rh,  Louijhhiiiou^li Inlet about io chrtint  norih of a stream on the said e.ist siile of  of ������;iid Copper Keach and i chain east-rr  ly from lhe shoic line of Copper Kenclij  ihent.c wu-.t :o cli.iin.-t, thi'iicc .south 3o  i-lnins; then-i* east an chains more of  less io ,i point 66 feet cast ol llie shore  lm" ol si,iiil Ccpper Reach} thence north-  t'lly 20 i hains, hut parallel io the shore  line of |.o(iKlihoriHij*li Inlei, to the point  ol (iiiiiiiieiii-tiiii(iiit, ami I'ontaininx no  ,ii u-. nuno nr h:.-,s, inthulin,; .ill lhe fore  niton;, tide hinds ami hinds i*mered by  ���������,iii.. iiithiii il.i; h*.dt..Ln.I.-. iheieof,  AI.I'KKD JOHNSON,  At'cni l������r l)*ivifh.on-Wai-il Co., Ltd,  Dited Onolicr iHih 1910,  VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.  ���������r*n-r '-(*.*i-irv  V  ���������I. Xt-i  WATKR NOTICE.  NOTIOE ta   hereby givus -A'-A   1.  applicotion will be made nx-.'-.-r    .  V. ot tba "Water Act, 190'>.'   ������������������.- ���������,.;  taiu a ticw..* iu tht ���������$.;: iard   U.���������.*-,-������������������>...  Coaist Dit-trict.  (a.) The name of Company in ft>":  D������vi Muu-Wi.r.l Coie^a *. L.ui'. c. 'i u  hand ntfl-e '>-iia ������������������*;*<���������, I'."ti������h 'Ci.-1'.roi-ii*.  ThaCipitd, how divide*'. ������������������' owing pf.'A iy  capitii -������COu,ui>0 divided -m-, 6000 n.i.-..-  of?l00e������cn     SiSi.tiOO'p-h? ���������*���������*,'  (It for raloing purposes) Fre* ilia-  er'a Certificate No   (b.) The name of lake*, rtream ot  Bource (if unnemwl. the desertjiUon  ts) No unite. tUtuhtt, rising in ������ tilUy c:i  the oaat aido o* Cnpt.fr Reach, 'Ijocghho.-'-  Inletj abont ten inil-a :ior!hsnr,t ef 'i'o'.uy  He������d and ton nnloa twm tiHamn-atL of  Applo river.  (e.) The point of Glver-etae: At. 0  l.'out oue-h������lf wilii f.-om n.onth ut   mtjeVni,  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for {In cubic feet par aeeond):  Four cubic teet.  (e.) The character of the propoce-ii  work..' 5*0 f*it uf flume, 1000 feet ot ditch  and l!00l feet of pipe.  (f.)" Tho promlsea on which the water ia to bo used (describe same): On  thn<following lands: CoaitDsncin-j ������t *  point about 10 ohaina north ot * (tretrn on  the east side o' Copper Ranch, Longhboro  Inlet and ������1ki ut 3 milea northf ast of Towry  Hoad, theiiOJ ea������t 20 cbr.ius; thonco ������e?t  20 chaius, to shoro of Iwletj thonce nor'h  L'O chaiug aloug nhore nf Inlet to print of  commencement, ami oont&imag abont 40  acreB moro or lm*.  (g.) The purposes on which the water is to bo u������ed: Pon er for saw and thin-  glomlll.  (h.) If for irrigation detcribe the  land intended to be irrigated, givtas  acreage .:    (i.) If the water is to be need for  power or mining purpocea describe  the place whero the water ta to bo  returned to eome natural ehnnnel,  and tho difference in altitude between  point of direrelon and point of r-s-  uirn. The wa������er in retuiacd ioto Loughborough 1'ilet where tha stream .pnfer- thi  Inlot,    Diffurtmce in altitude abmit 600 ft.  (j.) Airea of Crown lead intended to-  "15S~BcWpifd-?>r~-a%nP^TWB^"^Bftfl:  ���������10 Kcree.  (k.),Tbis notice waa pouted on th������  twelfth day of November, 1910, ai.-d application will ba made <m the tifthkenth day  of December, 1010, to the 'oommiMio-.er..o  (1.) Give tho Dames and addrewra.  of any riparian propriotora or He-  ene*e who ot whoso lands are likely  to be affected by the proposed works,  olther above or below the outlet:  The Daviilion-Wurd Company, Ld , own  all the Timb*r Licensee io the vioinity.  There ire not any agricultural landa m the  miithborhfliid and no land* affected by Cho*  propoaud works.  Attach    copy of a-ueh parts of the-  Company's memorandum of association aa autbori&p *bs proposed application and wortai  (Signature)   V. L WARD.  Agent for DuvbUnn-WsH C*. LW,  (P.O. ndd������M) 1211 i.M.iiiilon Trust Bldg.,  Vftiioouver, H.C.  Patriot fmm the ushiuhixpi'm ov xtmot-  ATION OR   niK   DAVl-tSOHtWABD COM-  ra.iv, -viMrrau.  A Company duly incorporated under the  Companies Act, 1897, and amending  Ac-tf, and  Under the Water Clauie* Conuolnditinn  Act, 1897 and amending Acts,  Oli/KCTS OF THK COMPANY.  (h) The acquiiition by percham and re  cord of tvater and w*ter power of record*,  ed 01 unrecorded water or water priviiio  es for and the application of such water  itei water power for all or any ot the following purposes: For rendering iur\  water and water imwtr available for use,  application and oiMnibution by electing  Jam-., increasing the he^d of water in  any cxisiing body of water, or extending  the area thereof, diverting the water* of  any ti renin, pond or lake into any otber  channel or channel*, laying or erecting;  4ny line of flume, pipe or wire, comtruct*  ing nny mreway, reservoir or aqueduct*,  weir, wheel, buildisia or other erection*  el twnk which may bi requited in c&nnec  tion with the improvement nnd uie ef the  naicl water and water power, or by alter���������  in������, renewing, extending, improving re������  p.nring or maintaining such uork* or  in.uiiiiieiy or any part thereof.  (r) The n������e of *iiter or water pewer  fnr milling, miiiiiif.icturing. iuduitri.il and  iih'i h.iiiual |Mii|if.������es, and in parncuUr  for ui.inufai lining wouil pul^ and paper.  (d) To   uii- water and water  prn*e  for pwluritiK iny firm et paver aad for  prnilufini! ni'l iicneraiing Wectnciiy ior  th������ purpose ol light, heal or any of mcb  purposes,  (e) Conjunct ing. operating snd main  mining ele trie wnrk*, privet h������u*e������, -gen  etkiiil plant, and Mich other appliances  and uinvi-mrnce* at are necMmry nr pro  net lor veiicmrn* ulenrinv or ������������������������" ������th������������^  umn o| cti-vel'iped power, anu tor tun*'  *i ;;...������ j;.��������� i..i..* it/1.. int* I. ibe. ii,.,,,  .uiiil.ri Coinp.nr.*, Liiiiitinl, of Barnrt, J i'liiy or bv |ie".on* or corporations Cun-  ii'iifactureri. ) 'r.uitne; wiih ihe Ci'inpinv thcreloi, at 4  ���������         tiiutivi power tor all  ibe purpose* for  ' -' aater, wmer po������er������ elecniuty nr  It C .id uti.-if'on   lnn������iii������r 111  intends in apply fnr pi-ririnion  to  "-*'-^iw|,u  Hu-  following   dr-M riln-ti   foi**Miore  on   eliriiin power lienvrUfrorn water maybe  'tii  1 s i n 1  ���������ii^,    *\\   n\   )'<*\  -'*������> "' " ���������'������ ������������������'������ n'l'H^im. will   Ik* |(;JXJ,V,(, ^tll^Tit ui ���������T.-u'SuA !������,! ,������le,1 ',l ,,,c mnh*"f -������'nrr (>f]nt 6'-  mui" tu thfSipiriii'xiKli-nt of   I'mvimi <d j ,i(lng ne .h.u* to i.t\���������r 1 m n i!,iitr������ui wh* n I 'hi-iu: along *������Iihti* hm* ������n an eagerly di  I������i������Ii������<-������. Vleittil*-, t(,r the rencwnl of the In.. | ������������������(ill'il upi.uiu du a , or mil  m  whh|'I"|<   ri-, lion   for   aboui   21 1 h.iin-i to a ������hmII  ! t-l   hcu.'i'i   tn ��������������� II l'f|'i<i>K liy retail in Du-  hi������t������*l linowD a������ thi- I'urt Augu.t 1 hutel. nil  liMi^lnftV-nir, H.C. .1. It ff.'n-������ ..  j    D.iwii (Jnioher I i, ll'lt).  XdllCK, it brrehy giv������n thatoit the Ilr*t  (������-,-   ntji,, i.u'.rT next ������^(>lu;aliun    WlU    In  mail. ti. tlm iwi-jr- rinnniiqiit el   rr������t"iin*iil  I'oI'hj, Vii-.,.ii%, hrih������ ruieaal uf tim im-  Htage have* Vtium tut (.11 iiU-ilun 1 ��������������������� i ������������������������ lh ",w -^inmil Itquori  Uy r������U'lintl-'  mry Hr-nOny mnmtnn tm ������rriv������| ������������f -I'llrt .  Tt^'ll. nl^l, r' i',f,lhu !"'", ,'"iiaindsli..������n on the,.I  ihe.-.e smith-  nut aiKiepnil thr ohique wi 11 u r> tan i"l.    ' *  'llm l)������(in.toiiuit..<i..������ mn, luu'l u������ill J   jeily lollowing thi- ihoie nneol'!o| (>,, nnd  ���������.v;*pt������l- ! iivcr ,��������� an; <..,,- ..1 r "    . ,\\ ., ,U.-..if>r -A A.y..: -A,,.,.., >U.*(v-f; .1*.  iy "J*/������^   ),{..,....,,.,]..(,,. j io a \** nt opposm tht* northfmt   comer  .Vcn-.lii-y.      j "������ i"  '"-. l'������i(t!l ii������i  i>. iii ini'   .������ic.   iiiirii'il  li.pariiitmit it I������ul|io Wtrhi, jbv water which fnr.ti������ me f.i.terlv  part  Oil.m*. S-tmuilmt Vitb   WO   ,, ��������� ^ ,���������,WPr()   |,f  ���������-,Jft < 4-M   t^in.nu-  At������r(i������(������������.|ii win umiIm imtin.i ilnttrtii- i       ,,.,> , , ,  v^n.f4*i..������f,( if sr,.,) ���������)W,,t ,t ������iit,u,.i ..ml.. * ������������������������"������������������ of ������"'������l,, !,,t������'? ;������* "������������������"*'> '���������������������* on  the  ttty fruiu ti.o |)iitMitii.tut I ,;������������������!> 4ti.������i lied Ileum but u t to u.tcrltit  ������uh the nav.g.tiion of ib������* uvet.  inulii   lOs)..  i.CM,  II ������l������l  An Ad in the News  pays.   Try it.  um: soricK vhu waiUi,, r, h^uh,  ot V������ ,w������rtv.if, ������Mep������tinn, carpenter, it..  .���������������U������ *,��������� *-,irt*t   bt* r**i*'**l.������ Ki   imiehM������  ih������(n|io������ii| ttMribnd l-udii-Ciflrav})*-  li| at a ���������*-���������' planttil at ib* n.-rtli eaat *.r.  ner of 1*1*. I, thenre "tth #1 ehihti, Ihenm  ���������a.������ Hicham-, ilm-n^i nath HO -jhaic,  <li-uo. ���������evt IN tti.ms tu \i*mt mt ������*���������*���������**.  1CI1AS!" an������I Unvm ('umiwr)ard ll������f������.i  at  I pm,  eoiiim'tmg uith mimu <i  l'e*,m.  bnltl ������<...*(! ������������������ Um It .in* i,������U |, nitiuilrd ������' i       J'iitW' yiiOt idtl l*������lllli������i iinlt'l-* f"l   ' ) n������   NmkT'I I'.IMM'* 1.1'VTirW ��������������� O. T,td ' *���������������*-" l������������*'-".   tvttllttk KM   i*W   ***������*. n.-la't  f..i-1-i, rt������;  (hi-    'K-������'.li  il   Ct������rr������  II. I(*HI.  S!i-������rtbw<d, Fnirf t'nW*, mui l-'itiit  hml, wiih   Mrtftrtvlii   Jit!***.  m������������.  Al.lX^VHKR < IMKI I niil*, AitftH.  I Until ijtii H������ii*l*i   ia*-!,  I*** ** UA I AX. t.HXtl, it,  tiam* ut At9***utl,  UitkUitMl^UUO.  \ THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Nature makes the cures  after all.  Now and then she gets  into a tight place and  needs helping out.  Things get started in  the wrong direction.  Something is needed to  check disease and start  the system in the right  direction toward health.  Scott's Emulsion of  Cod Liver Oil with hypo-  phosphites can do just  this.  It strengthens thc  nerves, feeds famished tissues, and makes rich  blood.  TOR SALE BT ALL nRUCHHSTS  rfund 10c., n������m������ ot pupnr and thU nd. for Mir  iemuit-.il Hilling. Bank and Child's SkuUih-Boui.  Eaoh bitulc contains ��������� Good Luck IVnuy.  SCOTT * BOWNE  126 Wellimton Street, Wnl      Toronto. Onl  STEAMSHIP  PASSENGERS  to  GREAT    BRITAIN,    SCANDINAVIA  AND THE  CONTINENT.  EXCURSION   FARES  From Western Canada Daily  November  11 th to  December 31st  5 months limit.  AGENCY FOR COOK'S TOURS  . Write or call for ticket rates, reservations and  full  particulars.  " A. E.  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GQftAT.T  GObI)TUN CO., Dept. ������n  Toronto, uut/,  Horn*  DYEINQ  U It* mil io ,  6>ve Morfy  DrewWoll  iririti  Simple ������������������ Waehbii  with  ju������t think omyi  Drt, Wi������l, Cation, ntlk oi��������� M.'ti <imi,t������ F������rUctl*  ���������fthjii* SUWr li*/t..Ku tn.vi. ef mitisktu. Nit  ������ii4 MhiiuIuI Colors II innti, Hum ������nu, UmvitUi nr  Dflfii. lnnJ t*, Cplnr l.������r.l md *"t OUV Boo"������i. II  THf Julint.i������.H.il,������rrf.nn C������., I inilltd,  Mumtxl,  KIPLING AS A SCHOOLBOY.  Interesting Recollections of a "Queer  Little Undersized Lad."  Schoolboy memories ol a queer littla  'l.i.l who afterwards was Rudyard Kip-  ilinj? ivere told in Chicago the* other  day by Capt. Arthur St. John, retired  ��������� ..in**.** of the Knglish army, world  trawler, and lender in the movement-  to ril'orm Kiiglish prisons. Capt. St.  johu i.s in th-.' United Status as a del*  s;ati) from i-harhuiJ to the lntornation-  i.i! I'h.-iiin Congress in Washington,  j "Il was iu 167S or WVJ thut I first  remember Kipling," said St. John. "I  was then in lhe upper forms of the  United Servnv: school, Westward Ho  which is on tho nortli Devon coast. A  iiin*L*r littlo under-sized lad he wa.*>  then, perhaps lu years old. I remember him distinctly, and knew him ui  well us an older lx>y in a large sehool  usually k'luws his 'juniors. Kipling'1  fondness for long uords made him  noticeable. The older boys knew hi.-.i  as "the 'little fellow who knew tin  meaning of long words.' He would  give little information if you asked  him what the words mount; he was  afraid of being jollied. For all that,  he was not a chap who could care foe  his,own rights very well.  "I remember particularly that the  older ijoys would order the lad to eat  worms or dirt or something' as deli-  ���������cate. He would pretend to obey and  would go through the form of eating  the worm assigned to him. J don't  know whether he did it or not. W'e  older boys know lr.m also as 'the little  fellow who would eat worms.' For all  his apparent yielding 1 never felt that  the subserviency went very deep. He  would apparently yield because he was  unable to do otherwise. We felt, however, that below the surface his spirit  was Ins own.  "Of c-our.--,e, he was never good at  any form of athletics. Although Westward Ho is situated on the ocean, I  do not remember that Kipling w**is  ever a good swimmer. He was undersized and too near-sighted for th.*;  sports. His story 'Stalky and Co.' wa-  written about Westward Ho. Of course  the story is not ,a correct portray ii  of the school life. There used to be  a story that Kipling dared not' meet  his schoolmates after writing the  story.  "The same things are said of his  Aiido-lndiaii stories. 1 was bom in  Joliiiuler in the Punjah region, and  later served with my regiment in  JLndUL_anJ2i!o oU_ier_������lacesI__Th_e* otti  cers attached~toTlie~Tnaiah sefPtcsr  R'scnad the life which Indian officers  lead in the stories. .The whisky and  women features I refer to. Still, all  who know Indian life know that he interpreted the Indian character, well,  nnd most English officers are fond of  tlio straight Indian stories.  INTESTINAL  PARALYSIS  Politics in the Pulpit  The   Rev.   C.   Silvester Horne, at  Whitefield's Tabernacle,    London, recently  referred to the suggested  rat-  jing of the tabernacle on the ground  jtiiat it  was used for political propaganda, says the London Mail.   Justice  and freedom,    he    said,    were every  man's    business.      The   clay    would  come  when   it  would   be  thought as  "Frult-a-tiYes"   Tbe   Only   Medicine'dishonorable to draw.dividends out of  I That Will Hcnlly Curo | S'U1)1 property and sweated industries  i Constipation. ins *'0'U1   '5i0WI1 thought it to bo to  ���������       ' jdrnw  money  out  of   the  system  of  ! j slavery.     Some   people      said      the  | Tbe Liver both causes and cures i churches ought not to talk about the  i Obstinate Constipation or Paralysis ot'. tragedy of the land question. He  ,; tlie Bowels. j maintained that it was the church's  i When the Liver becomes torpid or * task, and as far as he was concerned  ' rk; then U camu,t txlvo up enough that platform in the heart of London  , Bile to move the Bowels. i wns poj���������K to rem.,in   m   absolutely  "Fruit-a-tlves" acts directly on the | free platform,  liver and makes the liver strong and  An Alternative  "Why won't you go on the picnic?"  1 "I'm too tired. .Let's soak the sandwiches in lemonade and cat 'em on  the floor. There are plenty of red ants  in the kitchen."  : active.  ! By curing the liver, "Fruit-a-tives'*  ; enables this important organ to give  i off sufficient Bile to move the bowels  ��������� regularly and naturally, and thus cure  i "Intestinal Paralysis."  |      "Fruit-a-tives"   is   made   of   fruit I pTTTnTT'lWr&'T'TCM  : juices and tonics and is undoubtedly i *v.I*Jliu liUxxxtJiii.  \ the only medicine ever discovered that ! ~   j will   positively   cure   Constipation   in i      Zam-Buk Will Give You Reliefl  I any form. I    When'  you   have,   any   deep-seated  |     ���������_. , ?.      ,.            'pain in the joints, the back, the wrists  j       Frult-a-ti\os   is sold by all dealers |or eisewhere> piaco a ubml 8Uppjy 0f  : nt 50c a box, C for $2.50, or trial box, j Zam-Buk   on   the   fingers   or   on   the  I palm of the hand and rub it in.   The  CURED  25c, or may be obtained from Fruit-a-  tives, Limited, Ottawa.  j A  Natural  Question  |    Auntie���������Look,   Bobby!    that's  ineses mummy.  I    Bobby���������And what was   her    name  i auntie?���������Punch.  Ra-  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Tin* prodigal son wrote the old man  as follows:���������  "I got religion nt a meeting the  other evening.   Send me $50."  Put, the old man replied, "Religion! pr felt any of the stiffness  penetrating power of this ' embrocation-balm" is very great. It kills pain  and removes stiffness. Mrs. Frances  Wyatt, of 25 Guy Avenue, Montreal,  says-. "I have found Zuni-Buk most  soothing and Valuable in a very had  ense, of rhnfimatism, aud also for stiffness of joints and muscles. I suffered  long nnd acutely from rheumatism,  and tried one liniment, after another  in vain. I also took medicines internally!' but it remained for Zam-Buk  to effect a cure. I began applying  this balm whenever I felt the aches  and pains of .rheumatism coming on,    The re-  Why  He  Wanted   More  A surburban chemist had been advertising his patent insect powder far  nnd wide. One day a mnn rushed  into his shop and said excitedly.  "Give me another half pound of I  your powder, quick, please." i  "Oh!" remarked the chemist as he!  proceeded to fill the order, "I'm glad I  you like the powder.   Good, isn't it?" j  "Yes," replied the customer. "I I  have one cockroach very ill; if I give j  him another half pound* he'll die."      ]  In Boyville  The Goose���������"Honk, honk!"  Little  Johnny���������"!  say,   you  might  think you're an automobile, but you  ain't."���������Judge Library.  Millionaire (at a "cure" resort)���������See  here, doctor. I want to get thinner, my  wife wants to get fatter, and ray-  daughter wants to remain as she is.  Just arrange this, will you? I've  plenty of money, don't care what it  costs.  WINCHESTER  is free.   You got the wrong kind."  SAjfohs Guiv  juickly steps coughs, cures colds, heals  the   throat and  lungs.  .   .   .   as cents.  When a young man acts a  escort for the first time  impress other girls with th  jsJ)������_jiaia^l*U2JlJlii2L_J^    time  wants to. .'���������-.���������  suit was truly wonderful. Zam-Buk  ! seemed to penetriite to the very sent  jof the pains, driving them completely  i out, and now I am quite cured."  j, So many of the ordinary embroca-  I tions and liniments are imperfectly  I prepared and not sufficiently, refined  | to penetrate even the skin���������much less  the underlying muscles. Zam-Buk is  Buk is so renin! juices are  en rubbed in-  iito���������thiLjmiscles^QiJ  tica,    sprnins,   etc.,   its   effects   are  , ���������    ��������� ���������i,ii���������  Hi*1 undcrlving muscles.  \/\,!?o i"'totally different.    Zam-B  *nc tues tojfi    {       , ,{   ossfi���������ces n  h������itt^\!o^^^^J!t  REST AliO HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD,   j  Mint, Wini**.*-'**"! Hodthinu HVHi'i1 Imw ttetn !  li.tdloi uv������ SIXTY YKARKtiy MILLIONS ol I  MOTHKHK (or tliflr CIHUIKKN WllfMI I  TKKTlllSf.   wllli  I'KUI'IU'T  I'ltieCKf*!-..    II 1  iooTima me ciiii.D, bo)'T������m������ ii>������ i.ums. ,  AM.AVh nil PAIN CUBKH WWII CUI.IC, nnd  |������ ||ii-l,r������l ii-mnty lor IJIAKHII'I'.A.. It U ti>  mliiUlv liarmlri*. lie tuii nml utk, fur "Mm.  Wluilow't ���������fi-nJlluun aytup " kiul lelr.*.- nu utliti  kind,  Twenty-five MMM InMla.  He Made a Hit  TlitiUy- "My ki-iii'Hiiix, nil iim-i, y.'ii  nm all liun������i* I iiji."  ("mnh-leigh -"\ mi hav" h-'t it "  llinkly "U'liat ivid ymi d t iliiimii*  the rii/ht of wny with nu iiiiiiiiiiuhili'?"  CrnnHh iuh "Nu. Twuli a diup tnu  much."  li|lil*,l,V M III,    i    Hi hi i.    .,i,,   ,1.1"  ('niiildeigh "| d'.n't, The dt up I  toolc wiih  from  nn  iiiM'iipl.iiiu twenty  fu? ff"!.*i tl..- ���������.-rniiti'l."  ROYAL PALACE FOR IRELAND.  King George Said to Be Contemplating Such a Move.  Since the coming of King George  to the throne the rumors about the  I'stiihiishineut of a royal residence in  Ireland have been revived and this  time 1 nm informed it is more than  likely that they will be verified, says  ii London correspondent.  It i.i known that when he whs  I'rtnce oi Wales the present King was  fi'i'iitly taken with an estate in the  north that was coming into the mar-  lint, and instructed an agent to nc-  i|iiiro it. for him. The matter came to  the ears of the then lord lie'iitenunt,  who immediately protested to King  Md ward that his position, never a  pleasant one, would become absolutely untenable if the prince established  a residence in Ireiiini', The King  snw the justice of the complaint and  ordered his son to drop the negotiu-  tlmis.  Now that George is king he is free  to follow his own inclinations in the  mallet and of course there could he  no trouble of the sort, feared before.  As kitiL' he could spend little time in  Ireland nnd when he was there of  oiiiirse the. viceroy would hnve to tnku  ii hack sent if he did nnt efface himself nlt'igeiher, When,the renl king  wns in Ireland 'here would he no uso  lur n viee-kinu.  I nm told that he is now nfter a  line I'stnle iti the soutli which  nbiiiinds in inline innl that the owiiuia  lire  llinle  lllllli   willing  tl) Sell,  The piilitieinns see iii this rumor  I'nnllrtiiiitii'ii of the report that llm  nffi'i* tu Ir.'hui'l of sell'-ifnvei'tiiiieiit in  h'lllie I'lilin wiil he tllii iilltenine nf  llie  colli -lelli'e   till   the   powers   nf   III"  lluiise of Lords which is still -.'niiitf  iiii, The King is known tn 1'nvnr this  1'niirsi* sli-nimly and In he desirous  Hint, his rf'vjn should be thus sitruiil-  i/.eii, l am told thut nut very hunt  iii-M, ivIk-ii In* wns disi-u.-siiig thi- (net  Hint h" would lie iinnhlii to curry out  the I'liinigi-IU'lit  he lllllde lis  I'l'ilK.'e <if  Willi*.- lu i.piii tin- llrst I'lirliiuii'-nl ot  I'nited Smith Africa, he declined tlmt  In- would Imve no regrets on thia  scum il Un wm i-iiabiiid to open thu  lir.-i Insn I'litliiiuieiit iu College  tirieii iu per>*on,  VA iPnaSpn,   Pur8ative'-Inr^Clrsi    H inhSo,   to the chest and he-  Vegetable Pills are so compounded as, tw        t,     shouldprs,in P(lses  o������ lmd  o operate, on he h the stomach and I    ](1 on t,,e. cl,cst> Zam-Buk will give  ���������the   bowels,   so   that   they   net, * along \    ��������� f     A      t f   ^ h ���������������  the   whole  alimentary   and   excretory j,        ,.       Zam-Buk  vvi'l  be found  a  passage. _Thpy ore __ not    dmatic    in  Plipn   f,,��������� '^��������� or,1Sniirv   {ornis   of  skin  ties   of   which   ere  fully   tested,   they i'     t (n>(> from Znm.Bllk c      Toronto,  afford relief without a chance of in-|for pricn,   pnf���������s��������� hnnilfn] imitations  First Aid  Tailor���������I want a ninn to keep nc-  Cit.y Nephew���������Now, just look nt this  ancient  stntue,  uncle.    It  r*uresents,  n Greek ethlete throwing, the discus.    : counts  TJnolo Hnrdnppln���������By ' cracky!     So     Customer���������When   you  get   him   lei  there were eats yowling in th������ alleys!him keep mine.     ���������  even    in    them    old   dnys!���������Chicago !  :   News.   ' |    Warts nro uns-ghtly blemishes, nnd    .corns   nre   painful   growths.     Hollo-  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff', : way's Com Cure will remove them.  Professor Harry Thurston Peck, nt  a literary dinner in New  York, discussed men nf genius in his usual liril-  limit manner,     Professor   Peck's ml-  I dress begun humorously.   "There nre,  ihe snid,'"mnny different opinions as  I to the true definition of n genius, hut  lull  authorities agree that ii is gi-ii-  j orally   unsafe  to    h-ml    the    fellow  , money," j  ShilohsGime  quieltly mope coughn, enrt-v cold*, bent*  thii throat and lunge, .  .  . t$ c������nte.  More mediciil propnrnlions tire  mninif;ictiii-ed in Brazil thun in all  the other Lntin-Aiiiei-icnn countries  combined,  Sunday Joy  Another Sn"diiy's come und gone,  Time swiftly speeds nwny,  And other Sundays will he here,  !    Fur none of them enn stay;  ; Bill Olle ill m.'Vi 11 is enough,  The (lend, ill crushed array  Strewn everywhere, show thnt it is  The iitito's Iiiim.v dny.  ! N"\v York Trillium,  Mlnard'a Liniment for sal* everywhere  The Anif>ri"iin ooinion of coffee ns  understood in the English home is not  high, end how the coffee of the English lodging-houses is est"emed may  he understood from the following triVi  oiler's tale; ',,  It wns his first morning in London  "apartments," nnd his lnndlndy ennm  up wiih lhe lii-eiikfnsl. As she set  down li's eoff'ie.cup she opened n  **,li(*ht conversation.  "It looks like ml*)," she sniil.  "Tt does," agreed thn American,  "nnd it doesn't oven miiell unlike it,"  CARTRIDGES  For Rifles. Revolvers and  Pistols  Winchester cartridges in all  calibers from .22 to .50, shoot  where you aim when the trigger  is pulled. They are always  accurate,   reliable  and   uniform.  Shoot them and You'll Shoot Well.  1.   *   , ������ * ':" ���������  ���������        Always Buy Winchester Make.  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The niiiii that will |  do 111 i.-������ wni'li ilinroiiKhly nn* I'lii-in-j  elee's Vi'iiitnhle I'ills, which ure mild j  in Hcljiiii Iml inljjlity Jn re.-oilN. They:  piirtfo pikinli-'HHly nml effectively, ntul  work 11 pei'iiiiiiieiil cure. They cun!  he usi'd witlvnit fern- hy the ino.-l deli, j  cutely   eoiiHtitnti'd,  nn   there   nre   no  Ipiiinfnl i'ffi'('t������ preeeilinn their nenlle  lopei'iition.  i*m mmm bwk  .BEFORE YOU BUILD  ^ ANOTHER BUILDING  -^M  dodivs '/,  I KIDNEYS  if    PILLS *.--  Al't^ t,,ir..K?'y,,'^''.',  Football.  The King   hu*   evidently   tukcii   ������  latiey   In  tllll   A.-.-IH lillinll  Klllllll,   w|ii?'i  lie Imd imt nemi prior tn hid vi*it to  ,,,. ;;,,,.'..., 1     l* . i'-.m 1 1.11.'fmniiMtni  nt llu. I'lV-stiil I'lllueo, mid iheru li* ju^t  11 |ni--iiiiiliiy luul im umi .im.,iu iim  t'up t-iiiiil tlii.i .v.i.-mi. Hi*, vinit to  ih,. ".x.M-i'i.r" Intiriiiitiiiiml win* iiiud"  in ri'-ipmiM' lo tlin repic.-iiiiiiiioiia of  nn nrdiitmy *-i'rri*.-������puiide)il. wim (villi.  .1 .mt thut "S.K-ei-r" lnlliiui'i... wnul'J  I"'     ili'.u'lill .1      14      1.1        " -���������   leprr.M-iitntivn   liuitoli   with   lu-   pruv  i-lH-e,  In hii- yniiiiB'-T duyh, the K-'u; pluy.  nl limthiill fi U"d 'h-ul. uni it. hiu  ,'niie  nut   of  hii*  Wiiy  tn i-iienliriii',.  hi*  Wilis' iiiit'ie,-t ill Ihe |.!iiiiii-. Mill, lm  j- fniidi-i, im'-1iiiji������, nl erii-krt, tn whiii'i  in. i>.ii ���������> ii i> ii. n.'.i 1 ..', ..;,.��������� ! ,m.1  u������!1i*i,'i*.  Why Bixby Docui'i Go.  "Bixl.y Ki'iit  the  iuiih-i.t  ten tet*.  i-'-.i- '.. r i.'.l ir.'itnii tf ��������� 'nn. ���������,, l.m h<j  |. fl   nut   th'.'   IIHlill  iilie/1'  "Wliiii i������ thiiii*"  "li"  ni ay*   nwny  t...<-iii|.,> id* wi[e  1I.H.10 l iiuike liini ������n."  1 No Children Allowed  I  "Hnve yon nny children?1" (leinuiuloil j  ! the luiullord. I  ;     "Vi'H,"   replied   t||i>   Wnllhl-he  telllllltj  ' Hiili'tnly. ">ix nil in the cemetery,"    i  "Better there thun here," Hiiid the i  i.,n,tt.-...ii  iM-iiinolliinlv  imd    prdi'i'eili'il I  : tn exeeuti' tllll ili'liiri'il  Ii'iikh, j  I     ill   mil*   Iiii..    i.n    ��������� ),',',A,i- .*,   .*  lii'.'i 1  , (ruin th.' eeini'tery, wliither they hnd j  ' hei'll Kent to jilny. I  A MOTHER'S ADVICE  TO OTEEP. MOTHERS'  Mix. NU'lmliiM lln-im, (Inurmvilli*,!  N.it,, wrili"*;-"! enll highly r'-eoiii-,  nn ml HiiIiv'm Own Tnhtt������ tn all'  itiritlicm wlinm* Iiuh* mil- /ire mn.-ti-'  1 luiti'd. I (iiivi- my little uii-l th.. Tuii-1  I. (4 nnd they lewuluti'd her ImweU unit  HOW'   ulie   t-lei'pn   I.' il,   i.ii.   A, SI,   ,������   f.il  iiuui if wnl iill tin' tiiui..   I um reiillv d<--  I.t.1,1, 1 v.ith t< -<  T*l.|. t   ;,,,! I   ,'..,,.-  Ivi.-p   lllllli   ill   ihr   Inll'i*   HieI   :i.     nill  ti-t my little Jiirl liienun.. troulil.>| or!  (ivirish I |.'iv.* ln-r lh.- Tuhh-t- .-m.)  ' i������ Hiinii well nir.iiii     I'I  'finotliiT  l"'X   l������������r   Uuy   iiti   tlm   Vt ry  '  A  medicine  I  know "  ���������  Concrete  is the  J!**  Best Material  ���������from arery Uandpoinl-~wh������e-  with to build things about the farm. Thii recently-published  book, "What the Farmer Can Do With Coner-tle" will prove  to yoii the superiority and "in-tbe-long-nin" economy of  "CONCRETE" tttt a������Buildinji Mnterini  You, ai a progressive fanner, owe it to yourself to read this book before  you attempt any further improvements.  The retail price of the book ii 50 cents but we will send it, absolutely  free, to any farmer who will fill out and send to us the coupon below,  CANADA CEMEHT COMPANY, Limited  01.00 N.IU..1 IU������k tteUdlM. Meni-W  W. N. U��������� No. 1(7.  A Moptlm Cate.  Wink*- Jink*  never -fi-.-t tho point  (<>l i������ joki*.   Hliuk*--Hu, he u tuukliy  , ti,������ huu a it.  'in.  'I'fMl-   M.-||.  Ilfi      t||i>      <i   f..r    litih>  on������n."   The Tiibht������ nr Id under n'  iriinrNriit-<������ to i*.i.i..u. i,mi1..u^ nijaii������iUA,  to I'VPli the yoimin-M ehill. Hold ������tj  'JA cent* ������ Imx hy 11 fl nieili.'frie ileiilfri!  nr from Tin* Hr. WiJllmn.i' Mnlii-iiiol  ���������Co., Brockville, Ont. {  V������ may tmna mi a eauy at yam a**M,  "*Xh*t ih* Vnmtet* Cnn Tto With OoncrrMa." THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  lit  A FLOOR must nowadays be .In  good,condition or the owner is  discredited* and Justly so, for the  proper pare is not difficult and the  ���������details in the care should be mastered by  -every���������homekeeper���������who���������has���������discarded-  carpets and* uses the more sanitary rugs.  Now an old pine floor Is not hopeless.  Of course, the ^hardwood floor Is desirable, but much can be done to the  cheaper wood to bring it Into attractive  harmony with the ruga of the modern  rooms.  First till all cracks and holes with  putts' <n*, better still, regular "fliler,"  purchasable at any store at which  paints are sold. Apply tt with n knife,  pressing tt into the openings and scraping off any excess, for the object Is to  give a perfectly smooth surface tor the  working basis of the subsequent steps  ln the process,  When this is assured, apply a stain.  Many varieties are available, and you  will find that success attends a careful  following of the directions. It is to  the manufacturers' credit that they  ,mnk������-Milngs.easy_tor_.the���������home painter.  Paint with a broad brush with-and  across the grain. This (ills the porous  wood and gives an even coloring, and at  this step It pays to make haste slowly.  When giving a wax finish the wax  should be shaved and sprinkled and then  rubbed well Into the surface with a  weighted brush. Short brushes are on  the under surface and a reversible  handle is attached to the metal top.  Rub firmly and with the grain, giving  long even strokes until all. wax disappears.  When giving the necessary oiling it Is  easier on the caretaker's back to use  a   long-handled   brush     with    flexible  bristles. Do not forget that the floor  will absorb a certain amount and no  more. Any excess liquid will only attract dust. It Is better to give a second  rubbing than to be compelled td remove  iLthe oil because of a careless liberality  at first. q        , '-'-"~.-  Precautionary methods are perhaps as  important ae the treatment that brings  a floor Into good condition. When a  floor is well colored and has a smooth  finish It is not difficult to keep it so.  To prevent scratches from table and  chairs, paste felt disks on the ends of  the chair legs. These are better than  the rubber caps that are used by some  people, for they are not visible, but  just as effectual.  As a parting suggestion remember that  bare floors upon which rugs are placed  should be kept attractively clean. This  does  not necessitate   a   back-breaking  WHEN SEEKING A POSITION  Work for the Tot  T  HT3���������Tit"tIW~cMia���������because-���������lt���������ls   "father  to  the  man,"   ls  a very  ** *  SEEKING for o position, sometimes  termed n "Job," is without exception one of the harden things a  girl has to contend with when ahe elite��������� (he business world, Although she  may be Just us conildent ot her ability  aa we are that the moon shines occasionally, it Ih a hard thing to convince  the other person of that fact. The best  plan, then, Is to study self-assurance.  He absolutely euro of what yclu know,  and k-tiow It well, Mediocre bruins hnvo  no place In the bind news sphere if euo-  less is what you are nftor. It Is the nur-  vivul of the fittest every day In tha  week. Jf you are contldent of your ability don't bo afiiLld to aay so, and once  you get your footing mi tho ladder get  n Rood hold on the utiles and keep on  unlll you are at the tap.  Firm of nil, know whut you ore able  to do. Study, work, read and observe  until you know It thoroughly; so well,  In fact, that competition from any one  cine would he a difficult matter,  If yon nre :i monographer, Hio mere  ability of pulling down pothooks nnd  rending tbem in nny ������urt uf a haphazard milliner will mn !>.��������� sufficient for yoti  to ask a mnn for 11 position mul expect  n good Miliary, flood, common l-nte!!!*  gonew Im necessary; an eye to progress-  Iveness, n. very good knowledge of  Krnminnr, spelling mid punrtuntlaii���������llie  last threo being ihe must essential  requisite* to Mii't'nM nliing ih.it lino,  Careful rending of good literature U  another great help,  Jf you were to auk any business mnn  whnt are the chief fault* he lias to eon*  tend with, ninn time* out of ten he will  tell ymi that the average Mieiiugriiplinr  has no common Intelligence, that she  cannnt transcrlbr mrefully; and nn ts  punctuation and pnrauruplilng, a letter  of one sen twice with mt u comma would  not )��������������� an uncommon affair, Then mi-  other thing In the mot-hnnlcnl way In  which ao iniuiy work, xnltig along In a  ll*tle������s, hii|ii>.io-hlt*tli������*tiinrb fashion,  trusting to luck that things will come  out all right and wllh no inought eon.  t*ruing trie Inipt-tiveiiiriit ������l tui-ir mind*.  1'lit- -laiiM ,'.n'.'i ���������!;,''���������'<��������� I'm *!���������'! irJai  U Itolng to do i'IitIoiI work nr honk-  kecplnni', or, In fuel, any Wnd of work,  Every Uuslne** mini liken Mn clerks to  bn unod penmen, und, Indued, In ������ninti  cases, I think that they dwell on thnt  Irv rtgiiring ate llkewlr* ("wntlni, lint  Vm chief one In . arffnlnem, I'nmlng  |o tlie wrong ������.'count la a ������!,������ itmt I*  hard to he fm-glven jnd one ihnt a  butlne** man dktllkes very much; for  what U the ii������w .>, ,i>iiil|ng out hllWi and  Statements  If  the  nmnnnl*  mul  tolnie  l'4'.U'.o'.   t.V   I*l>!'"'t  'll*.|"''     I'.:���������    If   ;, \*l  .1  write a beautiful hand and ran get rid  nf wirtk !n n ������nir i.'iiI.hm fni'il.-n ilinl *  ���������AM  going It, Wiinre thr ft\le*;\fi* IHu  not imly keep y������u wnk������ hunting ������ bat-  ������������������������'*  Ktid  ������������n-ttnar  mil   i-'.rrt-i'l><l   stair-  tnents,'but ofttlmes coat your employer  many dollars.  Now, to start out with, dress neatly  and simply in a weil-bred. ladylike manner, If you have already hud some experience, a good Idea is 10 write to business houses of a like nature, tendering  your letter as nn application for a position, As a rule, tliey arc very courteous, and tf they have nothing at the  time will ndvtee you and hot-l your application (If aei-epinhlei unlll such vacancy should occur. In writing letters  of application or answering advertisements, get to the point. No business mon  wiHhes nn essay of a history of your llie  to rend, ne wants plain facta���������that Is,  what you can do, your nblllty along the  particular line In quotation and what  you wish as a compensation, When  possible type your letters, giving the  reader aome idea of your neatness nnd  arrangement of such, putting forth the  necessary facts ami asking to bc favored with an Interview. When It  comes to clerical work, always wi- in In  long hnnd, using good paper In while or  cream, Color* allow hud taste, If ynu  feel thnt your services are worth a certain llgure and It Is cut down, don t always refuse. First find out what the  chances of advancement are and how  noun you enn have your prU*. your ability to show what you can do being on  tlie other side of thu si-u.i-.  When It comes to the newly Initiated,  the game la a luird one, Few people  want nn Inexperienced tfrl, never realising that a good lne������|ierli*nc"d girl is  the best ono In the world to break Into  new ways,  When you start out to hum a position,  unless ynu are very fainlllnr with tin*  himlnm* ;tart nf (lie diy. oilmilt nil answers, mldrenoes and propositions to  yuur futh-r, If ynu hnve mu*, nr to mi  older brother, or to some business man  In wlm^e word you cun put full reliance.  The crooks nre nnt nil in Jnll, aril there  nre still men who will havi * girl  work for them fur two or three hi.urn,  even a half day, on the plea of finding*  UUt    II    MU'    ������IH    SUll,    Mllll    III    llll*    *,if  ifi H'lu,' :i j.-i.efl jii-rrenlni'i' nf *' ���������-tr vntV  done free of cost, flo nol Inke tin (Irst  thin* that comes along, iin'es* In herd  ������tmlu; tut If you must do that, kt-rj>  yuur eyes open for something bt-litr,  All   thf   typewriter   concerns   to   tie  *      .  .     11     i ,,. .     i,i...    ,.      ���������... ,  Willing   In   help   iilrl*   In   tin -I   nr   tin*!.  Itons. T.i* filing of an applies i Inn ani  In some cases u siiiuil I.hi nn u,f in,,-  ehlne are all Hint Is ntie*'������ry.  A ureal many house* insist upon n  ���������est In ordir Ihnt they m.iv get ������.>mr  Idea   of  your   nblllty,    in**   ii-mr.   in  ,,!,., sr.'lv.v *'��������������� '.*/."*. (���������' ".'i't';.* ..i|..'igli.  Cin don't got inn rml, kIi.i. I.i.i j.i.i grt  liitteltiir HII i-sti-4 d .������������������������ ,1 *i">r nnd  plich In. V'nir frl*n.l t .wnl'.nn m������v  hav������ what she calls a "������ii.������|i," i.'ii U,r *  pushing  ahead,   and   who   know*   1���������,|  ������-!'nt you mny get a "position" and bo  the envy of the community? Above all,  never give up hopo, for no mutter how  hard your work might be, just try to  comfort yourself that It might bo a  great deal worse, Remember that behind every cloud thn sun Is shining,  and the time may be only a day oft  when it will bo all sunshine for you.  A Word in Time  TO CI.KAN White Kill Boot Unin/rs  ���������The best method of cleaning  whlto kid and white sheepskin linings of bonis* Is to sponge wllh benv.lne,  Superficial dirt can be cleaned oft with  a piece of India rubber, such as is used  for removing lead pencil marks,  For Raked Custard "-When making  baked custard. It the mlllt Is warmed  before milling the eggs no water Will  settle In the bottom nf the baking dish.  When eweenfnjf turkey, oxmhister m-  any thick piled carpet, always brush  I lie w';iy ef the pile, nnd It will look  fresh and bright for years,  ^-f.^i^^itiiiiM^m^-i.������: * i-*-*  W**^^(ft '���������**flW$'*?y ' **"*-.  AjrAi */*/'*������i .'^*>,. "  tW:ranv  m iv*;.,;,,  '.i'      ,   ���������>*.._<*.   ^l^..^JLi^iA_A- j    |���������m  mmmj^Wesr^ S^k^mwm  To Keep Umbrellas     For Rubber Overshoes  important consideration in tho  day's order of work. He should receive his recognition and as soon ns  possible be given some responsible work  to do.  Few mothers realize the risk of over-  caution and overattentlon to their chll-  dien after they are old enough to play  and romp about. A child ls happier with  lew and simple .playthings than with a  multitude of complicated toys, There Is  nu hiicIi good nm or good training as  niaking one's siilf useful In doing little  things like work, nnd it la cruelty to ne-  j rive the child of this plensure and stimulus. Let the brain und body be trained  Ibroiigli liaml, foot and eye. U,.e  the boy a carpenter's bench; encourage the glils to do housework,  Where possible, let both boy and  girl - have a littlo garden-patch, If  only a fow feet square, and the care*  of a few plants, A woman In her  home, a man In his garden; this seem*,  to bo a fundamental type from which  we ennnot entirely depart without  risk to body ond mind, Cheerfulness,  sincerity. Industry, perseverance and  unsolllHhnoKH may be acquired by  practice nnd nonstnpt repetition, as*,  much us tl)e art of correct spenklng  or of playing the plnrm. and aro far  more necessary to health.  NOTICING that the sacks of a street-  cleaning contractor'were marked  I- '-rgo lottem, "Suilcn frotn X  Y 55," n bright woman had the idea of  applying the s������me pilnelple to the ton  t-ii*il.v stolen utiibi'trli'i. Inside each of  her umbrellas, where It Is visible as  Honn as raised, there uppears now a  strip of white cloth, marked In plain  letters, "Stolen from Mary Jones." The  method mny be extended to oilier  temptations t.i thc unwary, mich as  handbag* and raincoats, evening cloaks  un<] overshoes,  Only, one may Imagine the embarrassment of the Innocent borrower when he  Is caught wllh this seemingly Inerlml*  Hilling ovldi'iu'o! ,*,������d if only tho hotels  would apply this meih n) to tin* silver  envied by tho fn.'lie.fiinsileiiceil klepi. ���������  iiiiiuliic! There wnulil be nn end now  mill forever nf i J j..- t,uiiU*Mi* IwUl wt  other (eople's expense,  CHILDREN especially lose overshoes wllh iilurmlng frequency;  wo older ones nro by no means  exempt, After a few exchanges of  a beautiful now pair for two that  l;>ok' ns If thoy hid never met In-  inre, unless possibly In the workhouse, the un fortunate will bo glad  to try tho method recommended by  a former victim who Is such no  longer. This is to sew a loop of  black tape In the bnck "f each overshoe, at the top of the heel, and to  hung them up with the umbrella  and ralisciiiit. Tint lonps e;ui be  lucked iiiHlii.:, when thn overshoes are  worn, nnd will not chow.  HeaidcH tiilH, the owner's name and  ��������������� f" ,. in id I"- plainly primed on  the  In'ildc  of i-nch  Hap,  nnd  renewed  llii(.||..i*������*l      ||     li���������   niHi-H     ll*.|l������tll|C(.     pn  l>nil   ilium   w|||   in- no  excuse  except  dishonesty  for  their  dlsiippunriitirc.  I  Powder in Gloves  "M  'Y PERT burn sn!   What shall I  do?" and the girl with the new  shoes looked up most pathetically at her lrlend,  '���������Put powder in your ������hocs nnd stock-  IngH," answered the practical friend,  "I'i will keen your feet fro.u burning and  also mnkn iho shoes easy to. break In,  1 always dust'a little talcum or lyco-  podium powder Into my stockings ho*  fore I pul them on. nnd It seems to me  thill my sillies IhhI twice us long us  othor people's,  "I'owilei- your gloves, loo, especially  IhoHfi ihnt lit your IiiiivIh closely, It  will moke them easy to put on, antl  If your hands p rsplro, It will keep thom  dry and save the gloves. When yon  t.i be your gloves off, blow Into them,  sprinkle n hit of powder In each tinge"  nod Inv lliem llet on their backs. Soon  ynu will find yrsir glove bills deerens  Ing, iih ymir hIuib ami stocking bills k  have done," ^  THK  li-iivHer,   lhe   lnvntl-1   nnd   l'<*  woman  wllh  limited spare wet-  iiiiiii'  nlwiivH nny  new Idi-ns in  llu-   wny  nf   Iml.lir*   for   their   sewlnw,  i,...i   i'���������i, i,.,.������;   '���������!   U.iii'  .Iiiim.Id. t-,.     \  trw   MUI li   M'Vi'l   Idi'ilS  krt>,   tlirrrfur,   ,  it nu di. mn.b fmni'v wnrk "������  i.i.r, li.������ nr while cilllnu, u������f ihe rin-  1.i,n  ������i������lfiir i-umr shown  hi-ir,    ll  h*.4������  a rlhtmn band uMdi twiii,* uround  tlin wnlst with l.oi.li ���������!���������) !���������),,, m,d  Ihree    litilion    hniifi rs    i Iln*    inirnli. r  ......     ,.f              I ..���������',������,  your n lm  The iirm Is f������.|i|. d i-...-* i.y ������i|i,������i.-.|  linn im.'ket* In ������-i,..li if ulOli there  Is a i-poiil nf rut I i.f, it* ii ii,II nf dill.  .\ |il|it nf tn'lsanre t* ������t';n hiil ,.l Hie  i-|������.l.    Tl'" Heriitiit |������ |,< (;:(,,' ,|f i, tii.-iin-  nrliig imi", nt,(i I,;,. .,., .lift- ;it  ti.,   i.���������i.ii  .    ���������i-    ,>  . . .    i  ., i.t,  . iiiit,,r, iliinnel mm ).,i. o i. no i.ir-  ew rllibon. ii>itt In '..i . : *>v ,.t <��������� ������  ,.\t  the i-tnt  l������  ,i  ,   ,. ���������. i.   *, i��������� i     ni. w  llVl-ri     llll-    |ll|l(,������    ;,!     ti,        ll.|,    III l>������  nllllii'd   f���������r   t-iirb   it ii,*������   ...   i   . k.i������  f.  i     ll,     ''������������������,*, 1',      1     ������������������    ��������� ��������� !  The Invalid will iippn*rliiii- a Inrpe  wnrklmg iitliicloil in the rungs .,!  irr rocking .hnlr. It in ii���������i.',. ���������*  shown, of ilurk dinlin <u lu'inlil in-  tiilllie or ehlnls, wiih n rnw nf sinnll  . t   i.     .   . i     i   .. i  dined noi, il.nve, iiml .iwiile lun l*iim-  lt*������f fhe harking. Knell |.m-kf*l Is  eilgid wllh iiipr, Mini Hie wlmli' Im  fiisletied   lo   the   illiilr   liy   meitn*   <'f  |.im������m   tings   IIIul   til|i<  A    lienl   nnd   e..ni|.iit    t'livi'lltiu   ci'fl  Is Ihe one shown hi-re    line side nf  tl;.'    llfll    vi|l|'ih.    i ���������  '������ .'.1   "li M'ti    ������ IMt  nii'.iri ll.iiinel, *.. uiii.li oIiik ,'iin  *1Ui-k. Ill the mid.lie ,u������. ., ft.-ru  I i.i in i fnr t ii,. *,-���������,.-if. .ii.i ������:r,ii,r  nfii-s fnr rtni'iv mid itiloil.lt* The  itlur side In silt.did f,v r In ������ H;������������i  which   in   subdlvliK'iI   into   icecptado*  .i-l       (...I ������.!������,< 1.     Hi      l,c������lllll������,      ln|������|M     of  ��������� -t\\, hi.i.nlo ,,f ,.,,lt.���������., t:i|,i. ,n,.���������,.,,,r,,_  liiidklli, billions, lingerie ribbons, etc.  Tint i-iimi is rolled nml (led wiili a  til I,.,n l*i*w, ih,   whole ������t(ju:tv*c jmvliig  lil*"l   In i II   piped  Wllh  the  Num.*  l|!i|ni|l.  'llie III lie I'lii-ilboiird bim euse shown  In i.     v III   I ,1ie    no   mill , , rt , i    i.f  w>or   iIiiuhIiij;    liilde,   mil)      ,t    ||   m||  Iml.I   ,-tll   j our  sewltif  nmtrilfils     It  i iiiii.t'ilc nf fmif tint bnke������ Hie SultlM  rife   (nl.l   liilidy   buses   will   dm   en-  .InKill   Hi   l|   | tinted   Mllell   nl   l*ll. ..ilnunl  mul iln! fitst wllh a wld*. n.iiin ribbon Ti. ihi- side of i-n.'h li..������ urn  iii,in.I i .fu I,intone, *vi |, ti i"ivi. ns  liiiinlit ������ 1 tint,     vuu    Ini ,.���������     i, .ills     it  'I i ll'si nf ifniWet* . i: ymir ills-  pi -"ll  '... i.n. . i. ' i v.. :. ,1.. .   ;.,'.',- i ,4m..  f'*i Iii * I I'I i Ir. I li iti* i I Ih l.,i nit  i- ��������� -tr.** l'<i iittlv 11) Iwglri, und ttlfy  it-ill  iniiUr ninn'   ui .*.'j.tai,|n prfst-nte. THE NEWS, CUilia;Rl.AMU. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  THE FURNITURE STORE  W������a������M������i^n^WSMSWWiiV^������������������M������^MMMMM������MiBW������ff^^*>-X������<>l*������MMMSri������MI  ������������������ ���������������������������������������������mi��������� ���������������������������!������������������ tm-c)    ii       i'  ���������  m**mm*mmmmtmmmmmm*  FOUR  USEFUL PRIZES  From uow until Xmas Eve at io p.m. every dollar cash |  purchase, or paid on account, made in "The Furniture I  Store,*' entitles you to one chance on one of the following)  prizes:���������  1st prize Music Cabinet value $12.00  2nd prize Sea grass Rpcker..value      7.50  3rd prize-...Chocolate Set value      300  4thpai/e--Biscuit Bowl value      2.5")  B6P"No person shall be entitled to more than one prize.  A. McKINNON  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  5  ! ^^ tu>>ii������>uinituiuiiHuu9intuuicuuaM������tttimutni iuuiuuM������ttwtii<tflnTf������iaiiaiiimaitntmMin uniutHaimn������i:ii:i}:HuifRX!rai������tummjuituuii*j|||LG!^  am ** i -        S  It has been said by those who  have investigated the matter care  fully that, although at the age of  45 fully 8o per cent of men  are  established iu whatever pursuit  they follow, and are in receipt of  incomes in excess of their expenditure, at the age {of 6o   it  has  been found that 95 per cent are  dependent on their daily earnings  or upon their children for support.    Many, no doubt, read the  despatch from Detroit which recently appeared in the Canadian  papers, and which described  the  condition" of a man  who but a  little more than forty  years ago  was a "financial power"  in  that  city, who had a palatial home on  one of the most fashionable thoroughfares,  entertained lavishly,  aud to whom every person, high  audQlow, was prepared   to  pay  homage.     But   the  fates were  ~i|iarnsrfflTnr~^  financial losses, and when he began to go dowu hill he found it  was properly greased for the occasion. His friends deserted him  like rats from a sinking ship, and  uow at 80 years of age, after his  day's labor he wends his way to  the city with the bent, broken-  down old men who have influence  enough to have tktir names on  the city's pay roll.  -The moral is thai out of your  abundance something shpuld be  laid aside for declining years, aud  invested where thieves canndt  reach it, and where one cannot  be deprived of it iu any possible  way. Tliis means is afforded you  under the Canadian Government  Annuities Act, which the Parlia  meut of Canada passed in the  Session 1908, and which received  the unanimous support of both  tides of the House.  You may get all  information  K  or by addressing Ihe vSuperinteu  (lent of Annuities, Ottawa.  WEDNESDAY and  THURSDAY  its nose into other people s affairs  ������������������or once, in its miserable litr)e  life, to attend to ks own bu-d-  ness. The result is most unfortunate, at least for the Busybody,  for the wretched creature will  thereupon pine away and expire  in an astonishingly short space of  time.  This creature, in spue of its de  flciency of grey matter, will at  times exhibit great cunning, and  will cajole and inveigle the innocent and unsuspecting natives to  give it a civic office. Just so  soon as it secures this it breaks  out in the most virulent form.  The Busy-body rakes a great  delight in getting into Development Leagues, Citizens' Leagues  aud Temperance imd Moral Reform Leagues, where there are  many golden opportunities for it  to force its nose into other p*.-o-  ple,s^rivate������ffairs.      ~ ~~  This creature when happy often emits a peculiar humming  noise, which on close observation  proves to be its song, the main  words of which have been ascertained by scientific investigation  to be 'Any Old l'lace where I  can Poke My Nose, ie Home  Sweet Home to .Me,'  Most of the scieuii-ft win have  made a close study of this specimen of humanity, concede, that  old Pharoah would have eoine  through in double quick time, it  in lieu of the Seven plagues, three  or four Busy-bodies had beer.  turned loose on Iii 111. *'  COMMUNICATKl).  Told in the Golden West  ���������mm*mmm*mmmmmmmmmmtmmm*mmm  A Big Selig* Western Drama.  This is no Imitation, but  taken from real life, as |  only the Seligs are.     I  m/ o -������  is  4,000 FEET OF FILM,  ������@������e������������������5X5xs)(^^  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made  ':* Order  from 820 to ������35    All Work First Class  if  iiiiiiiinnini;iiiiiii*!i!iii;i#  CCCeMM0������eC0eseQe@eC>  B. Cloutier.  General Blacksmith  Horseshoeing a Specialty.  Third Ave., Cumberland  K-4^i^iM''W-'4**M4,ri'i4^MHrM^h  r*  0  &  ������  & H  6 ������  Place your Christum* order* fur  Shortbread, Fruit ( nkes wnd Fruit  Loaf, with Maroechi  Bros,, now.  CLEAN ING, PRESSING  anu REPAIRING.  Ladles' Work  n Specialty.  Citizens' League.  ���������p  CO  Ch  H*������  w  Q  Selig's Western Pictures.  The New York Dramatic Mir-  , . .   -     ,     ..      ^^      ror   hns   this to nay of Selig's  ���������y applying at the 1 ost (Office, w   t      pictlires:���������._  ir by addressing the vSupermteu-. '     , ,  "Western picture*) coining from  Selig's house are remarkably  good. One can obtain interesting  impressions of Western life by  looking at a Selig picture. The  series of recent relt.ises makes k  good impression. This picture  is no exception to the inle, and  according to opinions of experts  will add to the already high reputation oT this hoiu-c."  '���������Course of True Love," Uio-  graph.  Extract taken from  Professor  Tlin���������iiiiwoj.fjile's work on ������������������Natur  nl History," page 9,876,043, volume 7^)6:���������  "BUSYBODY: (Sometimes  known us Butinsky or Butterin)  ��������� A up ceies of the genus Homo,  erroneously classified by the  iiii.'iei\t.5 as belonging to the Goat  u.\\v\  This .ibuiniuiible pest is found  i,i all cities, towns and places in-  h iliitfl by human beings, A par  i.jitl.il*s 'im: .ipt-V'tnen has been  lady discovered in the City of  t'utiil'crliuiil.  This strange creAture seems to  exist for the sole purpose of pole*  in** its inquisitive none into the  business of other people. It can  generally be found with it* pro-  ij;*iii. rumiued tight  into   aome  ���������Vi  ��������� -'-if-i-i drtm. not in the  lf������*i������*t  I't-' I'Jil !"���������  u-kiui-vr. havr discovered that  tm- headi> uf thev.- pest.s an* filled  \i /.li v. ind, but by the help of a  poiv'Tiil mi-rosMiiif tr.-t''i*s of  y,i<-y   inattvi-   ciu   he discerned  ��������� ������������������. ' .1 .,    ���������, 1 1 in   *.:t.  ���������'- if   1 *;t  if-    11  , * ;������������������ ���������   ...     * 1 :������r j.iup.'-v m  -i i.  1    ��������� ... into some otlur  pv,-,,v>i. h .������n������tni.s!������. Ii \u% been  known to happen, however, in a  few rare case*, for the Busybody  to pass or*tx a chance for poking  The regular meeting of the  Citizens' League was held last  Wednesday uighr .with Mr John  Thomson in the clmi*.  Communication from Develop  ment League suggesting that the  Citizens'   League   take up the  matter of the laxity of quarantine  enforcement.   Secretary was in  strncted to forward same to pro  per authorities, with approval of  Citizens' League.  A voie of thanks was tendered  the Police Commissioners for  having petition circulated re the  abolishing of the ward sys'em  Mr. T E Bate, as chairman of  medical committee, reported thai*1  between 95 and 100 citizens had  promised tu snot-cube to the pio-  posed medical fund along the  sitinu lines as the colliery employ  tesi. The secretary was instructed to write to the doctor a report, of the committee.  The .secretary, Mr K Bickle,  was appointed to attend the court  of revision on behalf of League.  In the matter oi the anmlguiu-  ation of the Ci'izc-ns nud  Development lea;.; nee,    Messrs   Bickle  ! and Sniithe were appointed a coin  o    a>  ������L  'W  r-r  P  r-r  O  o  o  ���������3-  -t  rO  ,-t  Imm*    ���������  >  ft)  J  ���������7)  ~y,--| =  >n  t���������* t  CA  CL'"  7<x  TD  P  rt  *v������   '  mX  a*  OP  0  0  3  rt*  ���������n  t  a  m  t  '������  <l  o  o  o-  9)  3*  G  1  t  0  0  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  A*^^A^\A^^V>A^V>AA^^    f^^**i^*W*'*-MAA^W^  K   A IDA     Merchant  IX.  r\ 1 JL/ r\     tailor  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CGADE TO   Of^DER fljMD  IN ANY STYLE YOU CUISH.  PE R EOT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices Trom $20 to $40.  CU M BER'L AN D, -       -        B. C.  ^IIIUIIIMIWIMWlllliilimillllllllllllM  g  Capital $5,000,000. Reserve $5,700,000.'"  The Royal Bank of Canada.  I DRAFTS   ISSUED  IN  ANY CURRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL  I OVER THE WORLD.  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & Interest  |   at highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of .$1 and upwards.  1 CUMBEBXANB, B. C, Branch, Open Daily.  |          COURTENAY,   B.'..0���������  LSab-Brauch,    Open Tuesday3 and  g  FRIDAYS.  1JNION WHARF, B. C.  ,b-Brancli. Open Thursdays.  ���������H���������**^*^������������������M-*^'^'^'H���������^���������������H*^'!*^-^-w������^'  It EVOLUTIONS,  "Love, of Lady Inun,'' showing  how a woman, altlimurli pioft-ss-1 mil tee io iiitt-rview'tlie Developing   thnt   she   h  not jfrilmm, is J meiH League at l heir next meet  alraid that her husljinid, who nu i U*V,'  very handsome man, ���������-tmv   hoc:    ,, TTT"^,       7  . ,  ,     . A        , ,     ,      '       . Ci'iu'fr.i    \\,    ri'iu'ock   arrive'  his head turned by Lu- .���������i.liilntiDu,       ,.       ������. ,   .        i  ,  ,, ., ,    ,    .    .       ' honiti in nn  \ nii'-ouvi'i' Inst  \vi*ed  of mil the women wl o flock about j   huu, una seen11ny tue ma ot two'  To the Ofliiicrii and Meni'ioi's i  Cuiii'iorlnnd Grove. No 1  U.A.O.D.  L thiMiiiilersigiiod, appointed to  dniw up l-titfolut'otis of respect to  onr de pur led Nolile Arch, liro  Frederick Dirkon, do nspocti'iilly  present the IV. 1| owing for your up-  ju'iivul:  It linviiiir Iituni thci will of our  Supremo Uuler lo tnlce fmni ui-  onr bel'iwl and renpuciud Iirotlior  Frederick DirkeK; tliorefom  be it  Rofolvoil, that tlio Meinbuva of  Ciiiiiborlund (aruvo, No, ii, realize  tlmt they huve lout a true nnd faith  ful Mi'.itliiT, mh well m* a friend,  and ronjiiieti'd eitiztm, who wa* loy  al to all; und lm it furtlusr  UoKolvetl that our exproi-sioim  of Kornnv and synipulliy in reynid  to mir Iima lm Hju'i'iid tipoti uni  iiiiniitoi*, and tliut our charter,  gavel* mid til tnr Im draped in  iiioiiniliijr for thirty duyn; ftinhor  Rurtoho'l that u copy of tlmi  I'csoluiioiifi hu uunt, ono to thu lie-  reav-tid urplinns of our Intu Mrothoi*,  onu to the Llitndor onu to the  CumlH'i'iam! Nkwb and onu to tlm  Dniidx1 Miign/.iiie,  iMiiilifuliy yoiiro in U, 1', & (),  CHAS. II, KUIjUVCHT.  | H. P. MONTGOMERY, Manager. 1  %iiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiihi:uiiiuiiiiiuuiiiw  wniumnm  P.  Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITQR  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir, Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  =V. BOfiOHA^  manufactuneP of miNEf^AIi CJUATERS.  LUholesaie Dealer in WINES, LIQUOR & BEER  P, 0. BOX 146  PHONE 29,...  CUMBERLAND  t*m*meea iirn.<������Hm������'  Mr. T,   \Mn\t\t*   Kitil   Mim   U.  thug������ to waylay   and   diMiK���������re! JM)(, W|,    g|||J1,   ,���������  )ml fur  h.m, Urns deterin.nes   io  ie hi,,! v|,.loriu   nn,{    Vtt/  lier huuband's love,  ; S'irt'ifiu   and     \ utuviuver.   On  heir retiirii they will  lm aecoiu-  WA.NTKD���������A teaeher f,.r Min  tu b'llliinl. lllllli* ul' fi'lllllln       T>ll*w-  to ct nn million .liiiiimr\ lilll. A]i.  plv W. J. Ilurrigiin. Sneretarv,  M'inlo, Hi 0.  G. U, ASTON,  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER  *mW*m*&tmiwmsm  lMKST-CUSS KR1������AIUTN0 OF ALL KIMD8 DONB.  I5NGHSH WATCH RS A SPECIALTY %^  All Work Quarantooci.  Next to Tarbell's,  Dunsimiir Ave,  ZOKSH]  ,1  l���������-  MV*   I     I'.'.l-  ,i M:  "The Judge and the Major,"  ������������������Hapsaud Mishaps," J ('liiitoti/wliinir,' tvttiniitig homo  We show a Big Snow.     Four j fro���������, Vide on tluir Ohrislnmn vu-  Reels every uight.   .j.ooo feet ol'j nit ion,  I'ilm at the (..'umber:,md \l���������\\,    \ ������������������ -������������������������ ' ��������� ������������������  ���������  I    Tu'iitirieM otft luiur   ni������id������-   bv  'IVv Tlm llt'if Siiirn  fur nt, unlet-  of ,\ inn* (il'oeuriuH.    Sati������fi,etion  gtllll'HlltUVd.  ���������*���������~~-  $50 REWARD  l-UUND ���������  iSp-'l   -if.,*   I'l-i-tt  i   .(. ii:.     ���������,<���������> i|.  ��������� 'tlV'i-a    Oullio.v  ;ili.livt^ icgo.niiiu  puseiit!  ..   t.  i..u   * 11  eiiteiter,  b H Clitl  ��������� ..   .1  :l-  LilllOM,  tne  ' "1-   ���������   in i  . *..'   ��������� ������������������' ��������� 'tn bcun: in ibis  u*. ri.ii. ;������'(ivinff two vears a;������o  ���������illd sfpi';i������'������d tu In-  ti   ;,l',ye.l   ill  a lumber win p. Anv person  li.iving information as to hi<  ������vlieH<*l*ill's x*,\[ loni'rr  a  tuvoi  '* ������'������������������������������������������ yoiir (yliii������t,i !���������< ���������������i*������i#*r������ If or  .S.uMtliti-ad, Fruit ('nl* . .ud l*Vnii  by notifying the provincial police  l.uuf, with Maroeelii Ji,...-,  imw,,who will forward  the   *aiue   to  uiujuu.-, rrUiiics.  T!i������  lor th  tb',"- rewurd will be paid '  recovery of  the  body uh  Y- Yaitiaut*. a Japanese suppo.-ieii  to be diouiitd   near Campbell'*-.,  wtueh, tu-:ir Courtenay, on .Sun-,  day, N'ovvinlxr 2"th,'    De.-e :p-  tion of I'Jofhiiigr *������r.iy rip, hhri-  oil coat, thr^e-qunrtcfgiim lioot������  f.Siguedi K. AI DA,  cuiuiKiUud, n c,  PLIMLEY'S ANNUAL  tjiwYwLu *wr\Ltl  We are clearing out all our 1910 alonk of  bicycles at sacrifice pric.ps. This Is  an unparalleled opportunity to get a  high grade bicycle at a ureal bargain.  Theso machines are our regular stock  of standard makes, ail Hign Uraae,  m*mmwa*a*m*emmmmmm  Singers,  Humbers,  Enfields,  Tourists.  emmm)eatmmm*mmm* (MWmrMNPWMI *MIHMMvWVMMMH4HMMBiW^*IIIMiV0nviVMMM^MHnMMIk  Ladies* Gents and Juvenile Models.  n 9** ������������������ nwmn im wmimmaam*mmm  THOS. PLIMLEY,       [|  H  11TO GOVERNMENT ST��������� VICTORIA, f3.C J_f


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