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 />'���������  'J'--,������-T-f~      *'."..     *ti   ���������  ���������A- r-c-f  ^ -^: - io.y:  u1  The News, Eighteenth Year,  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Intere������t������ of Comox District.  ���������'" "���������"*��������� - "������     '    ���������   ���������  ���������   ���������  CUMBERLAND B. C,   TUESDAY, SEPT. 6, :9io  ^WMlPflMMMM  THE BIG STORE j  Fall Dress Goods  A New Shipment  of the latest materials and shades offering  lone of the best opportunities to secure a  dress or suit ior fall.     you will find in our j  stock materials that are  well known for  their splendid wear.  PXJBE WOOL W0BSTEDS and CHEVt 8  PLAIDS,  SHEPHERDS'   CHECKS,   PANAMAS,  SERGEB, SATIN CLOTHS, CHANTEOLER SUIT  JlNQS, etc.  We have given this department particular attention, buying the right goods in the  right market and offer you the correct  shades at most reasonable prices-  New Goods Arriving Every   Boat   fc^- WATCH THIS SPACE. IT  WILL BE OF   INTEREST  to you ::. -   e**4\tr~**t  Simon Lesser & Co,, Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Subscription $1.00 a Year  THE CORNER STORF I  Ouf flew pall Goods  are flpriviftg  Almost Daily.  ���������w  I  ���������  >  I  >���������  >  >  *  I  ^Cumberland.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Hrewiu'g Company's BEER  Wholesale Denlers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  SECOND    STREET  Victoria, Sept, 6.���������While Sec  rotary Sangstor, of the H. C. Agricultural Association, expects  that the local exhibition, which  will be held from September 27  to October ist, will receive its  usual liberal support from tlie  mainland he has been making a  special effort to obtain a more  generous backing from Islaud  agriculturists ihan In the past,  It Is his intention of securing, if  possible, a display from the different farming section*. These  will be as thorough an indication  of the resources of the districts  they represent as It Is possible to  sscureat this season. Tims vis*,  kors will be able to guage the  potentialities of that part of Van  couver Island which has beeu  settled nnd riiltlva������i������d.  We are informed by the principal of the public schools, lit,  A B BoyiM", that the organisation  of fire drill was discussed by him  with all the school teachers at  their fust meeting on August 29,  1910, and the same will be curried  out an soon as the year, s work is  fairly started-  Dr. \*. M. Kerr, densist,   will  he In Cumberland from Sept 7th  to the 17th.  Mak.' your appoint-  |> merits early.  Our-Mirlnight PhilosopliBr /  Editor Nkws:���������So it seems  that we have a ���������'philosopher'' in  our midst, aud a ''midnight philosopher" at thnt, Of all kind*  of philosophers that must be the  rarest, for that hour has never  bome a very savory reputation,  One old classic says, ' 'They that  be drunken are drunken iu the  night, but we would not think  that of our ''Midnight Philosopher," (to save typesetting let uh  henceforth abbreviate the title to  M.P.), find the immortal Bobby  did not find the "'wee sma' 'onr*  avowt the twal' " patttonlnrly  conducive to clearness of vision,  as witness "Tarn O'SIianter.''  Is it possible that when our MP  saw thoat* animal* opening 'he  front gates aud coming up to the  front doors to be milked he was  ���������but oh, nol 110J That could  never, never be, He U a philosopher, nnd a clever oue, too���������he  thinks, Now, I have been try.  ing to iind out what ground he  bases his claim to the title, and.  Eureka I I have it, It is in lit*  "Discourse* of old BpiHetus'���������n  translation, of course���������and limit it; "The first difference he  tween one of the crowd aud a  philosopher is ibis: the one says  ���������I am undone on account of niy  The Store will soon be stocked to overflowing with  New Goods.   We have already opened up the first shipment of English and Canadian White and Colored Blankets, frdh������ $3.50 per pair.     White  and   Grey  Flanelctte  Blankets in 10-���������4, n���������4, aud 12���������4 sizes.  Heavy Tapestry Curtains in all Colors.  Real Down Comforters, latge size, from $650 each  Flanelettes and Wraperettes in very dainty patterns  from 12tfc, to 35c, per yard. te  la our Dress Goods' section we have a few novel- ������  ties. The new shades are Wine, Brown, Navy and Plum, j*  in the new diagonal stripe. *  Ladies' Cravanette and Paramatta Raincoats, from j������  37.50 each.   A large assortment of Hearth Rugs aud Mats    j*  Japanese Matting, regular 35c., for 15c. a yard,    j*  * /��������� ' *���������  Our samples of new Fall   Made to-Measure   Suits   ������  and Overcoats are now complete.   The styles and qualities    &  shown this season are extremely good, as shown   by   the   j*  number of suits__and overcoats_we_have,al_ready- on���������order,���������jj������  :c1tl1di niy ;brdther, "my TattiefT  but the other, if ever he be  obliged to say 'I am undone/ reflects, and adds, 'on account of  myself,'  So, perhaps, after alt, our poor  MP, after his open ridicule of the  Development League, his slur at  the churches, his sneers at the  town to which he lias come to  get his living, his covert reflections ou some of our prominent  and capable citissens, his arraignment of our whole educational  system ana classing our teachers  with their pupils as alike ignoring "mouuers, common sense and  refinement," has come to realize  that the trouble is with himself,  and so lays claim to thc title of  'philosopher, '��������� And there is somu  thing in the meekness with which  he has kept untouched thoso last  seven bottles (he calls them  ���������vials') after he had evidently  fi bed up a corkscrew with which  t > open them (see recent issue of  the Islander) that someway suggests that at last he has come to  realise that he has done more of  this sort of opening than is goo<l  for hitn, "I am undone-���������on nc-  J count of myself," says Epicteus'  phil'ispher.  And someone has been hazard  inp n p-ueiw 11* to our MPS identity. Surely thnt were foilv, for  ���������we are legion" who might  qualify on the outstanding characteristics of our poor M.P,;  either rhJnlrbtg 0*1 r^Jvcs ;u;'ic';-  larly emart, or casting sneering  reflections on those who are going  quietly along about their own  business, or so realising ourselves  to lie our own worst ������uemy that  we, too. might lw classed among  the philosopher*. So I will pass  over our M.P.'s intimacy with the  editor of the Islander, so that he  l <vite* correspondence with him.  o It's d'sronr'cnns f I had alrw������������f  ��������� ���������id dishonorable) disclosure of  Mr. Shaw's identity with "Cum-  bcrl-ird f^gc," a secret of the  editorial *anc'um and a trust of  lionbri the betrayal of which must  destroy all possibility  of  confidence on tho part ot correspond  ents, Hut I will hazard no guesf.  Another, sentence from the wise  old Greek, referred to above, I  will leave hopefully with our  poor M.P. in closing:  "If, whenever we are unsuccessful, we would lay the blame  on ourselves, aud remember that  there is no cause of perturbation  and incoustaiicy but wrong principles, I pledge myself to you  that we should make some proficiency." Comuadb.  1,000 Pairs of New Fall Shoes  in Ladies and Gents already received and there are MORE  on the way.  Never since the store came into being were there  such values and selections offered as now. We are in a  position to buy right, hence the reason.  It is impossible for us to quote all we have to show  you, but it will be well worth your while to see our stock  before buying. Spend a little \yhile lookiug oyer the new  -good^and y*u*wiHixcmi^&a^hiff *WbTMb HERR  Victoria, Sept. 6.���������In refer,  ence to tho annual exhibition iu  Victoria, which in to be held from  tlw 27th inst. to October ist, an  announcement which will bc of  interest to the fruit growers, is  that there will be a demonstration  of packing in progress throughout the week, Secretary Saugster  states that arrangements have  ken made with the provincial  authorities for the stationing ot  an expert in the main industrial  buiUUnjr for this purpose. It is  hoped those intvu-sted will make  a point of hearing his leoture*  and his practical demonstration  ot the scientific method of preparing fruit for the market.  ^ MeLeod & Mey tZT \  j������������-?������������������������f������y������f������������������������������������?������������������*f������������*������������������������������?������������������*������������������������������������������������f������  YOUR NAME IS GOOD.  il **������**ty*i*im*Vm^Ar*r*  ANYTHING IN  THE  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  STODDART  TKE JEWELLER.  %W Next door to the Royal Bank of Canada, Cumberland,  <&������>������*m<mt>mW^ gx&ml***^^  WLWmm%**M*mm*****MKKt^^  Men's NetD cAutumn cNfcktoeat ^|  w  nre  :v'.:���������.���������; s. .^:���������ci i*\**a*. Cumu c>vt Ufoiem Niriis )������a������cy Neckwear in beautiful patterns and colors, aud all ihe newest shapes at  15, 25,35,80 AND 75C.  New Sweaters, Sweater Coats, Gaps, Hosiery and Shoes  Ladies* Ankle Strap Slippers in Patent and Black  Ooze Kid for Evening wear.  CAMPBELL  BROS.  Dunsmuir Avenue Cumberland THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  **��������� His *  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  ir ������f "TillUs A Mennoniig Mud."  O-wmtgtit, tm, tm McCtun,pttaup**Co.  (Continued.;  "You afford rae many pleasant surprises. Kunlce." be suddenly remarked,  knocking some 'brumbies from her  path wny with his cane. The gallantry.  Instinctive and unthinking with hiiii.  but understandable to her only through  books, thrilled her in a way-, that  ���������would have amazed him if he hud  dreamed of It.  "Pleasant surprises?" she repeated  with timid questioning.  "You know I thought all along that  you wero In love with Abe!"  She did not answer at once as she  walked with her eyes on the path before hor.  "I was aware tbat you pnih me that  ..compliment," she presently spoke in n  low voice.  "For which I owe you an apology.  It was stupid of me. And very unflattering to your taste. I admit."  Tbe fact was he realized that his belief in her infatuation for Abe had  been the only thing in his knowledge  of ber that had seemed to put her on  a lower plane than the one on which,  as "Miss Wolcott" she would henceforth move. The discovery of lier aversion to the farmer's son had placed her  , at a bound nt his side as his equal in  every sense, no longer nn ignorant  country damsel to be- indulgently patronized by him and her aunt.  "Why didn't you fell me you despised  the fellow?"  ,"it did not seem worth while explaining."    "   .  "Now, you are complimentary! You  <lid not care if I did think poorly of  your tasteV"  ���������She-Jiesitn-ted^iW-iB-not-Uia-t-MUd.  not care." she faltered. "But what you  couldn't see for yourself it didn't seem  useful to tell you."  It occurred to him to wonder whether lier slightly unusual use of words,  ���������which was a constant source of pleas  ure and amusement to him. would an  noy her aunt. In his opinion when  she lost It she would have lost one ol  her charms.  "Then you dl'1 care?" he asked.  "Yes." ������he snld sii;*r,!v.  ������������������Why?"  She turned to blm with a little deprecating Binlle and gesture. "You dissect  tue so! As though you were a scientist  aud I a specimen. Sometimes it seems  to me cold blooded!"  "And you don't like it?"  "It ls rather interesting to hear whnt  you will bo asking next���������and what llm  tilings are which you wish to Hml out."  "It flutters the egotism of most women If a man asks them to talk about  themselves,"  "Are women moro egotistic than  men? Fonder of talking ubout them-  selves*'"  8hc asked it ro simply, evidently  seeking only to lie Instructed.  "Wiint Ih your own Idea uboYit II?"*  lie .asked.  "There It Is ngn In���������dissecting me until 1 feel myself in shreds!"  Tliey lH)th laughed nnd ho could not  <lrng his eyes fruii the sweetness of  tier face when she smiled.  "Do ynu know," she suld amusingly.  "1 have often wondered when Abe Iiuh  protested to me of IiIh love,' and when  1 have rend of It. whnt It l������ like. I  hnvo never' loved any one. There  seems io be n distinction between love  mul affection. Affection Is snld to lie  uii.uh milder. I iliui'l even know what  It Is lo feel  II IT eet Ion,"  The confession seemed almost -Appalling  Hnililenly she stopped short In tho  path nml looked nt him. "All my life,"  nhe snld enmcsUy. ������������������( hnve hnd n heart  hunger Unit I Imve never understood -  1 did not know whut it wn* | hungered umi thirsted fur-nnd whut thu  grent -waste places' In my soul mount,  llul imw I li.-licM*," Kin- hesitated, a  troubled tight In her eyes, ns though  Hhe gi*M|ii'd In dark eiiiifuslnii: "I believe I I'l-i.'lii in iiiii|i-r������tiiiid TliU  Utrniige feeling I Imve luul low mil you  - ever since ymi IIiki ('nine here even  In-fore we imd ever spoken together���������  I  believe ll  is   nllis'timi "  Kill I'i is* gii zed ill her Npclllmillld.  Wns she not i|l\,>riliig?  "Vou ill-Hi- **liiii|," in* sniil, inking her  linud  In   his  ns  ihough   sin*   were  ten  Jems old Instead ol twenty, -you like  ���������ne*     And   1,1111   Mini   If   ts   'struiii'o   IWI  IllgV "  At  (line*   I   liiin-  llioMiilil   I   lim-l   lie  mini, I nm iliiiii.11,4 .11..mi ,11111 iMs-ry  lillnille 1 Ni-fisi In have ins iilliei- life  IHI vs- In thi- tli'niL'til ist ion It is like  n posnesslnii, is fii'isxy.   'I lie time while  Villi   w ,,*���������    isi-m     ���������M.   .|   n.,,1 1,,   I,t;ii-|;.  II,-*.* Iii in,'. Nsslhllig M*i-iii������. Iii me  worth wblle evii'pi inn Is Mils." she  nskiHl, hs>r vols*,- tivnsiiiiii:.*. -iiiis's-iloii?"  The IiIihhI Hiiigfil in Klnrnss* lure  The girl liivs-d hlm lb- smis tti,. nmt  iiuui who hnd 1-in-*.-imI iisi> p.Hii uf lier  ���������maidenhood, nml li- luul i-iiine io lur  (is 1, Irii-it'l ami *.. n.-i,,, i,,r nitiiii*t us  tlw   fiilry   g.sliisiiUni   nsnt  Hi,.   re������tilt  **||S llscv lliil.se il.-i l,,sse> ������,,������ Isseil,  fllHt Klie wn* 111 Int.. |t uiisinl nut tm,  tall to Ink,' her wni.ins'i- tl wa* ottljr  n iiise nf |n"i|'',ii.|iiii>. Mhe w������nin| uttt  grow it as MM.ii a* ������!��������������� met ,iihi-r men  umt rsMH'l form wiise ������t*ii<t*n|* irt  liiew-aiiri*iiieiii is 11.1 <iiiiip.iri������ni) ones  llfxl e%t������-rs������-is������v>������ <>l llir ilmiii- Hr������. ,|til  lw������ luul ll nn������ meretv is pn-piirsiibm  for Ihe niiiii" sun., mul ri'ii������iiii,i!iie i.n,-  nf cwiimritihe in iiuriM  **l uni Use first Jr������tnl %������n etcr bad."  tm lolil her   "ami i.muMilj   y���������,r lerl-  ing is Intensified because all you are at  present capable of is concentrated on j  one object" !  lie felt the absurdity of his cold j  blooded analysis as bis eyes met the 1  fire of hers, but he went on: ���������  "Wait   until   you   have   learned   to j  know your aunt and others and have  met with many people who are kind to 1  you. and then no one person  will so ;  entirely fill your mind." '  Thoy walked on in silence ami ;  thoBghtfu!:iess. Kinross felt himself !  stirred to the depths pf him. and ys-t j  what his own feelings toward her j  might be lie did not even stop to eon- \  sider. so accustomed he was to thinking of himself as invulnerable. j  This, then, was why she had so fas- I  tened upon his flippant declaration |  that he "loved" Georginnn! Well, bet- j  ter that she should think so. The i  sooner would she get over this exag- I  gerated state of feeling toward him. 1  Though perhaps sbe must suffpr a hit, ;  for a few weeks, in the process, poor [  little girl! Ills heart softened to her j  with a wonderful tenderness. I  "Will you tell'me something?" she!  broke lu upon his musings.    "Did you I  to receive with him and do the. honors  as hostess.  As she paced the floor, her long skirts  sweeping about her, her tlioiiglits-  serioiis, as usual���������were occasionally  broken in upou by the flippant remarks of Daisy, who. also In gain attire, was ready to assist her this evening to receive lier father's guests.  ������������������Hadn't I better go ami tell uncle to  berry up, Georglana? They will begin to come . soon." Daisy suggesiesl  from her place on an old davenport  which stood against the wall.  "lie will be down in time. I suppose  He has a watch," Georgiana answered  absently.  "Uut can he tell the time?"  Georgia mi Ignored her.  ������������������Because I've always suspected he  .couldn't he's so invariably late to everything."  lieorgiann's gaze was far away  "Vou look stunning, Georgiana.  That's a scrum gown."  ������������������What adjectives.  Daisy!"  "If the combination of you nnd that  robe of snowy white doesn't I'oast Kinross, then he is fireproof, as tliey all  say lie is."  Georgiana laughed Indulgently.  "1 dis Imp,?. Georgie. that you'll be  quite eruel to him to avenge tin- rest  of them."  ������������������Daisy." Georgiana gently ehtded  her. "you put It 011 such a low plane!"  "'It?'    What's "it?"'  "My prospective acquaintance with  Dr. Kinross."  "Oh. Georgiana! Why. I'm expecting it's going to be most inspiring and  uplifting���������lo see you jilt him. you  kuow."  "I'm not even sure that he's going to  be here tonight."  Georgiana, I don't think Kinross wilt  be here flrst Thut poor poodle. Gales-  head, will present himself at the earliest possihle moment and stay until  yon will Have to hint to him to flee, ns  a bird to his mountain, that he may  not lose one second of the time permitted to the faculty to gaze upon  your charms' And you. Georglana.  dear, will be'menner than ever to the  poor suffering wretch how that you  have this Kinross on the brain so"���������  "Absurd! Why, I've not even met  Dr   Kinross!"  "Hut. lieorgiana." said Daisy, with  unwonted earnestness, "it seriously  do"R wound me (I am speaklnu qul'e  In earnest 1 to see the way yon hunt"-*-  that long suffering Gateshead. He  nicer to hlin tonight than yon were nt  the Gardners' dinner, won't you? Or 1  shall be tempted to console him bv  catching his heart on the rebound nnd  allowing hlm to fall in love with me.  And think of such a fate���������to let a man  console himself with simple me ii*"t<������,-  hnving loved the complicated Georglana! 'Twould be an awful strain mi  me He couldn't help realizing constantly the lofty height from which be  had tumbled nnd how he had stooped'  You know, really. .Georglana. you are  cruel. I might say brutal, to Gateshead."  ���������'His   plane   of   life   is  so  common-"  place!"   snid   Georgiana   linnntieiitly  "Tie does not stimulate me.   He is not  even  receptive."  "lie's 11 dear, honest, big hearted fellow and loves you devotedly, and you  snub bim nnd sneer nt hlm until my  blood  boils!"  "It is not I he loves, for the. renl I  he does  not know or comprehend."  "1 suspect that isn't grammatical, j  Georgiana,  is  lt?" said Daisy doul.it- \  THE PZARl. FISHERS.  Huge  Concourse  Assembles  When  a  Hunt Is On.  The oldest and richest pearl fisheries in the world are those of Ceylon.  Its beds are under Government supervision, and when one is to he fished  over the fact ia published beforehand.  The season usually begins tbo first  prtrt of March nnd continue from four  to six weeks.  Boats and divers from the neighboring coasts and pearl merchants  from nil over India assemble before  the dny set. As many as 25.000 persons often gather on the fishing  grounds. At midnight when the wind  freshens, the boats start for the banks  in groups of fifty to seventy, so as to  arrive there before sunrise.  Kneli bont enrriea from ten- to  twelve divers. Tliey work in pairs,  one diving while the other tends the  signal line and .relieving ench other  froni time to time. At sunrise a signal gun is fired and the fishing begins.  The diver usually carries a stone or  other weight of about fifty pounds  attached to the haul line to facilitate  his ranid descent, and in addition.ear-  ries a'basket made fast to tbe girdle  nhout his waist in which he places  the oysters as found.  Some divers working in shallower  water use no weight in descending,  but while at the bottom make good  use of both hands and feet to seize  upon and wrench loose any oyster  seen within the limited area over  whicii tliey can work. The diver who  works without diving apparatus, and  who is culled a "head diver," working  in from thirty-five to forty-five feet of  water, whicii is fi.-..- average, can make  from forly to fifty descents in n morning nnd can bring up from fifteen to  thi'rtv  ovsters ench  tiip.  At'the" bring of another signal gun  about, iioq-,1  ibe diving  is  susoended  MUSIC ON THE PRAIRIE  , SASKATCHEWAN   DEVELOPING  A  !   GREAT  PROVINCIAL  FESTIVAL.  Important Artistic Gathering Is the  Second of Its Kind Held In Saska*  j toon on Empire Day���������Rev. E. B.  i Smith, President -of the Organiza-  j tion, Has Done Much to Give-  I       Music an Early Start in Province.  j     Not  content   with  growing   "No.   I  1 Hard"  nnd   seeing  towns  und  cities-  ! spring up as if by magic'on the prai-  I ries,  tlie  people  of  the  provinces of  Saskatchewan and Alberta are also intent upon cultivating an appreciation  of the line arts iind developing latent  talent.    In the cities, the towns, the  villages nud the prairie homes are to-  be   found   those   who   have   brought  with them old world culture, or still'  more frequently  those  who have enjoyed  exceptional   advantages  in   anv  educational wuv in Eastern Canada or  the United States. ������  Music, the greatest, of all great arts,  has its numerous devotees and in order to promote musical interests, provincial musical festivals have beeit  organized where orchestral and choral  societies, church choirs, quartettes  and soloists enter into competition  for first place in their various "classes?  i once a year.  1     The first Saskatchewan Musical Fes-.  I tiyal wiis held in llegina a year ago.  "IWiiit wos it Georgiana snid of  'Dr.  Klnrutnt'" lie inquired.  nnd Miss Ellery ever see each othei  before you met here?"  ��������� "No, Kunlce."  "But she spoke of you wben you  were away, calling you 'Dr. Kluross.' "  "She knows of me,"  "Are you, tben, a man of fame?" she  Inquired with interest, though her  voice had a note of melancholy deeper  than her habitual penslveness,  "Not outside the village lu which I  live, Kunlce,"  He saw that she was looking deeply  perplexed.  "Whnt wns it Georglana snld of 'Dr.  Kinross?'" he inquired, not without a  sneaking feeling that ho was taking a  menu advantage of Georglana.  "Miss Parks, In thut picturesque wiiy  she hus of speaking, suld to Miss Kllery,  'You will do hlm brown.' And. 'Yon  nre ns good ns engaged to hlm.' Hut  Mlns Kllery seemed to have sonic  doubts about lt Sho snld, '1 am not  so sure.'"  Her seriousness In repenting fholr  absurdities wns too much for Klnrnss  ���������ho grinned his enjoyment "Thnt  wus n mere figure of'Speech'oh Georgiana's pnrt���������she Is qulto conlldotit of  'doing tne brown.'"  "She seemed to havo doubts, nut l-l  reassured her" -  "Oh, you did! What did you toll her.  Kunlce?"  "Thut yoti hnd fold me you loved  her."  He shouted a laugh.   "You gave me  nwny, then-told thom Tote' was Dr. j  Klnrnss''"  "No.   I- thought thoy must know It j  I couldn't uiiilersliind,"  "Whnt did Georglana sny when you '���������  told her I loved her?"  "I  didn't wait to hoar.    I-l cuinej  nwny"  "I,-caving them 11s piizflli'd no doubt  lis lliey lert you," he suld, growing so. I  Iwr  wllh  the  ri'iillziitloii of  the pnln  In the while, drawn face of the girl 111!  his side,    How stnnig her fei'llng for *  hlin  must  lie when  It could so over-  tfliiulow the great news he luul brought  her und the brlllltini future before her!',  Ills bi'iiln swum fsir it iiiiuiieiii mn he '  fi'lt nil  the  fiisi'lniiiioii of her sweet   1.1 -' ->���������- I      I,.11     lw,     !,���������,!���������     |,I,,,,.,, If    li,  hnnd. "I won't undeceive her," he '���������  fiiliI lo bimself. "I'll explain nothing'  Kit'U If I were In love with her II  Hv������t|Uln'l t*. t:i\r t������> take ndvitit'iigi. of  her lii.-*.|icrleii'-e, I,ct her thlnl, I'm  eiiL'ngi'd In (leotglnnii,"  "       '      1    .   -   I is        ..11..  . ...   s  lot I ber in talk iiro-MiU'Hlly of her  life v\Hh her .uunt, though hi* pin*"*  were l.oiitiilliig with the exclteiiisnt of !  his ilenncry, in her naive bnrlng of  lier  lie.nl  Ami ������<s nt length they strolled buck  lo ihe farm funis*.  rilAPTKn XXV,  Gr.llltGlA.S'V robed In nn <-i  ���������pilslie gown of white ni������ii.  mere, whin*** Mib fc*ri..f'il  lines gave her u ipild- n-gul  flg'ire. W'hm ttiiiisghlfully pining u,e  ilr.iw in���������' riKiin i������f tiff tunne fi ������,i������  J'i������f -i 1111.I, -ifff-r tbe Jifffibn.' ut ���������������������,.  tu.i linn of the twllege. Mini I'ii-i,), M  f'fii-r.i ������ii* going in hold M������ miinini  i-i-ti|iilnn is.itight  for the iiii'iiiU.r^ ,,r  tlm-   1,i.u,*y    ,.���������.)   Iht-lr    mi\,-m       I-,,.,*  gl.-iiiH, in.*  iii Iihtim- hwI it ihi- ti.-ii.i  i>f li.r f iiicr'g twiinetionj, nm n i,|������  /%S* cr* a)'*?J& &?s/yhjSi.  "lib!" suld Hulsy blankly. "Gra-  clous! And here I'm simnllim on my  hind legs In glad <-\|m*i*IiiIIms!'*  "Ho wi'iile tue Hint he had mi en-  giigeiiieiit for pnrt of Ihe evening with  il MUs Wolisstt, who win. pii������hlng  through   town   on   her   \my  to  New  York, but Unit If he iiilglit co early  nml leave curly he would he delighted  to do so. The tone of bin note," she  lidded critically, "was iiuiiily,"  "Dear lue! How did he immune to  *l>e miiiily hi n note like thin?" 1  tlll-ll*   Will" ISO  ,lillliir,|iiie|v illHllll   |(,    ,  C'.iJ i!,;i  !���������,-���������!��������� ti-d *       '  "Why do you keep walking iihout,  Georgie?   Are you nervous?"  lieiirgiiinii ciiiiic mul Mosul in front  of the davenport  "luils.v." she mu I.I emiii.Kilv. -lie will  pliiiinlii.v lis* lue iiim uni' lo arrive,  aiisl"-  "Meiinliig Kinross*-'* linUy Inquired  sympathetically,  "lir. Klnrnss, yes. | fancy he will  be here In-fore nnv one et������e iiime-  Tell uie. If you were 1, would yon i*  la the r������������iui wbtn he cotiiev gr *���������,.���������������'  you enter after tit I* bere?"  "Which  do   f   think  unnid   lm(,i   him uioi'eV"  "I merely iroan," Qeorgliinn enpinhi :  mt. * would It terra ww ������"*������> ������,mi  graceful-!" lw already in the room 1,1 ,  in inun' In nfter he Is hen* or petlmp*'  pt .-liter fiwo the pl/ix)!.'!? ivhulii  ���������"itiM "t-ein tnorm-��������� welt"  "Kffertlrel    Mupikwe   you   iMhiim-e!  from under fhe plnnn, Oenrgli'"' I inlu)-  Uijipantly advised, growing iilinlou*  - I*il������y, why <m������'l ym u*.'*. -t ti,r  feii������Mi������ ntde ������f life atttw-lin-.i-t't"  ��������� Weil.  then,  to  be  rwt!i}   ������eri<Hi������. *  tullv, "lie does not know or cum  prebend I?' To he sure, you iiiib*i'"1'  know  you Went through WclleMev"  "What H Is he thinks be love* I'm  sure I don't know," snld Getirgliiiin.  "I'm mire I don't either, since ynu  sny It Nn'l 'Ihe renl I."'  "l wish, "inlsy," suld Georgians "Hilly, "Unit the higher life uppeahil to  you,"  (Tu lie Cctitiiiuo,',)  Things Theatrical.  Violet Uni" I* bs'liiu ������i'itiirs*il 111 "Tho  Klli'tliiu I'riiii'i'ss."  Itcrtlm Gnlliiiid win this neason be  under Hie iii.iii.ii.i'iiii in of Ihe Sho  bells,  Tyiiiite  I'iiuci-  \- imw 11  Klin*  in 11  ''ii||||i;iii,v I'lnini iii������ llie IvtMiiil 111  Ihe |!tsil*e."  I^niis M111111 |x 1 nm Inning 11 success-  fill seiniiil sensisii in "ihi' Man Who  SuhhI Si ill"  Yiiiighnii lilifer Im tn produce a pluy  ciiIIihI "Thc I'rliiie lu ihe Garret" hy  the ime A. ���������". Gunicr.  Miirle Itmith ||n������i������..tl In ermlltiHl with  ��������� vnli'i- w tin it. 11 iriliiig io her iiiu-U'*  Is-H-hcr. wittilil make her ellnllile for  tjhe nfftn* nt nny nim*,  KrniMf* Keiine!y. CllKiilH'ih llrlce.  II. Hnmmtir* Ht-ntt. ������ rmik Iln������hw<if1ti  ami t'Amn l!j-*n :i������r������ *,-., itw <..t.t)<ii\tt nf  "A llelle ..f Itrln.i.iv " nf which Fran*  liillilcl* I* Hie -tar  Mul? JUniiiterltig Im* dei-Med not til  Uts������. "The Wnleller." by Corn Muyitafil.  The J*l"������l<������*r������������. !������.���������������*������������������rt, mid ,,t-tmittt-m  the pl������j. nnd a rnin.ir any* that CbarlM  IlkdiiMn may In- mvu in (t  nud lite liniUM ni'*e nebore nnd bench,  re-idy (or iiiilimiling. tin their arrival  there the oynlir*- nre carried into the  liovcrninciii coirul and there iiild  into three lieinw, each limit's loud he-  in*.' l;e>'t ni'isiiinie. Ihe (iisverninent  taking "two l"ii*u;i*>. or two-third* ul Un  caleli. mi'l I'ne ii-uiniiiilcr licim* divided nimum the sliver* and the crew, the  diver* ii*iially receiving tlu* large*!  jMirltoii. 'I lien* arc about -IOT) diver*  nt work. Ills daily cali'li nverau'inu  l.l������iil,U.|i) sivster*. which nre often  found clu*len*d ;*l't*ely I age! her.  mm      r*  .    ni'.*    .*lnsre   I*   then  n'letioned off by the iu������jiector ill lot*  ot 1,1**1, mi'l ui-u.i.i't ii-'.t,,'-; -y A  Miiull iiicfcliiHil-. tlivide.l Into Munller  lot* nnd re*ol������l. Tin price obtained  depend* largely on tbe aveiagt* run -*1  pearl* found, wliloli ������������������au !������'��������� c!u*i*l,v  ...lliiialed liy ex pert*. However,  .   , ,-t    .,ni  th,>  iut-kv' mVreUnt quickly pocks I * nnv  vahiitl.b* (In I to prevent n |Ks**lble  ri*- in price nml reiurn* to buy more  Irom the Mime I>>1.  n������msrVsbl������ Blind Msn.  Tie n* !,,*.������ ;���������>������.<! Iii I, ,u noxgrnvf,  Cl������lcht'*ter, n ronmrknhle blind mnn.  nnrii'*'! Slciibcn Tnri'i'll. who wn* in  bi* iiiietytbird y<nr. More thnn  fifty ys*nr* niro Tnrjel! lo*t hii eye-  ������i*ht wlii!.- st work in Wo.lnrich Ar-  ������erinl, nnd. loinu fien-ioned off, vent  lo live nt Hnliwiier. He mn* appoint-  e������l village |s������������t iiia-t|*r. nml (������r twen-  tv j������������������r������ daily lii'liVffd mil c������������llecie.l  li'ff.'r in 'h, i|i-lrf.*f ��������� F'or thirty rear*  lie wm* ibe kienl iit-w#������fent. iml he  *nnp in ihe villn"e ehoir for forty  yenr*. Hi* Ii-nrnt !o make fibre niif*  ���������nd e!������ii'w������ bn.k.t* loth nt whieh he  ������'iji| h.-<l to th- du ���������������) hua>������s of Oood-  **0(ti nnd Molcconib.  REV.   R. R,   SMITH.  On the twenty-fourth of Mny, 1910,  musicians from all over the province  gathered in Snskntoon.  Kmpire Dny wns a gala dny in thc*  mid-province city, picturesquely situated *on the banks bf the swift-flowing Saskatchewan River. Seventy-  five business men from Winnipeg hriiF  reached the town tlmt morning. The*  horse-races had attracted mnny visitors, and there was the army of musicians representing Moose Jaw, Re-  ginn, Bnltleford, I'rinco Albert, Lloyd-  minster, Hum bold t and many other  pnrts. As a result, hotels and restaurants were lilled to overflowing.  The members, of the Regina Clef  Club, ninety strong, hnd planned  wisely nnd well for such un emergency. They hud engaged n "specinl"'  to convey them to their destination*  nnd house them during thoir slay in  Saskatoon,  The festival president, Rev, K, R,  Smith, and llie secrotnry-trensurer^  Mr. J. 1), Macdonald of Saskatoon,  and other members of the oxocutiv  did all in their power to make it  .pleasant for ihe>ucsts and mako the  wheels run smoothly.  The rink, tho largest nvnllnblo, wa*-  converted Into nn auditorium and,  ndcirned with red, white nnd bin ���������  bunting ami fines, presented n verv  attractive, nppenrnncn, Res! of all.  the acoustic properties were good nn I  the compel itors wero thus heard m-  odvuntngo. Kvery *ont in the great  bull was filled when in the evenitrr  the Snngerfest proper opened with selections by the Saskatoon Symphony  Society, nn organisation of which any  city miglil well be proud.  One of the outstanding features of  the evening'* program wns the rendering of "Hiawiitlia's Weddint  I'Vast" (Coleri'lge Taylor) by llm  Prince Albert Choral Society. Ambition and eiiUiuslnem ehnrnetoriuid the  competitor* of this northern town,  Their entries included nil dosses from  siiiou lo choral work and among tlic  eunti'stiiiits were artists as well n*  singers richly endowed by nature.  One young t'lrl, Mis* Tvren. wa* con-  siiierod one of the festival discoveries.  Po**e**eil of a soprano voice of run*  lienuly und *treti*-th, she created 11  furore and a bright future hus been*  predicted for her,  At eU-vcii-thlrly on Wednesday Un*  Festival fimiunl nieetiiiR wns held  when it wm* itiiiiiiinioiisly decided to  nccep! llie eordlnl invitation nf Prince  Albert lo hold the next Kestlvnl there.  Wed destiny evening's program ������n*  marked iiy two features���������Ihe presentation    of    Kl(jar'#    "Runner    of    St.  George,"  hy  (ho Bnf.kiitoon Pliilhar-  1 it 1   r   .     r  llllll.lt   ,.WVI> ....    ..    "to'in of \re" Ifihun hv the Roginir  Clef Club. All the soloists acquills-1  theinsi'lviis admirably. Of tlin-n 01111-  pb'le work* rendered hy choral socle-  ties, it wns undoubtedly Ihe best performance of Uie Kestlvnl.  Boy i fxp\ Hlspsy.  "One of the prettiest eompllmeni*  I hnve ever hnd pnld to me," salt  Mine. Mclbii, "was nt one of the smaller Austriiliiiu towns���������Mount  Morgan  by noine. Two little hoys were unahtir  to fniu ndmi**ion to tlie hall, nnd I  let tln*ni come in nnd sit behind tie.'  ��������� orehcMrii.    At the end ot Use concert  I I  told theru that they owed me ������  ! guinea laiie-c.    The older of the tw<������  rune  tn iii*  feet,  snluled,  nml  said.  'Madame, we owe you much more thai  ( thst.'   Don't  you  Uiiiik  that  wa������  11  I grent Cfiriip'imentf-" snid Mnw, Melbn.  HU llMler'i Vice.  I Jhi������t Itefore hi* rnsner l������ du<������ tti  t leave work nt n eolhery m Ab**ieur*t.  Monmouthshire, n dog call* daily nt  i a public-bou*e, where he i* given 1%  1 elsy pip*, a **>���������* ot matches, and *oii n  ' Vihncco, which tm cnttia* %o tht p.i-  I THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  itf  ���������*���������  The Doctor's Answers  By Dr, Lewis Baker.  The questions answered below are general in character; the symptoms or diseases aro given and the answers will apply to any case of simiilai nature.   Those  wishing  further advice free, mav address Dr.  Wis  Baker,   Col'ege   Bldg., College-Ellwood Sta.,    Dayton  .  Ohio,  enclosing self-addressed envelope for reply.    If .  unable to obtain  any   of   the     drags   mentioned   of  your regular druggist, go to some prominent large retail  drug  store which is sure to bn well stocked  ���������**���������-* .SISI   .������.������������..������������<  HOW IT CAME ABOUT.  .*****n  Arthur V.:���������I am quite grateful for  your kind words, and am glad to know  you tried, the prosciiptiou for stomach  disorders." A good way to treat catarrh  at home is: To a pint of warm water  add a teaspoonful of salt, snuff this  water through th-i m-strila -norning  iind night until thoroughly eie-inst-d.  Blood treatment should also be taken  And for this purpose try: Fid. ext.  ���������saiw palmetto 1 oz., compound fluid  balmwort I oz., fld. est. buohu 1 oz..  aromatic elixir 5 ozs. Mix, and take a  teaspoon fuil before or after meals and  at bedtime.  Alice G.-.���������Use a teaspoonful of  boracic acid to a pint of warm watei  for sore and inflamed eyes; wash twice  daily ��������� '-    '  Sam K.'~-1 have frequently given the  time: Compound syrup of hypophos-  ���������phites 5 ozs., tincture cadomene comp.  1 oz. Mix. shake well and take a teaspoonful before meals to improve the  appetite and one at bedtime. This improves the blood, makes pink cheeks  red lips and greater nerve control for  men, women or children-.  Eugene:���������Yes, I know a very thorough and reliable treatment to cure  dandmff, itching scalp, falling hair,  etc. Druggists do not generally have  it in stock, but I will give the name,  ft is plain yellow minyol. It costs 30  centg for a four-ounce jar.  Mrs. Scott-Raff Was. Surprised at Gift  of Greek Theatre.  The story oif the inception of the  scheme which resulted in the building  of the Margaret Eton School cf Literature and Expression is of decided interest, but has rarely been told even  about the hen rth of the beautiful studio of the school. Yet, it is no close  secret, and is worth knowing. It began at Muskoka, at the summer home  of the late Mr. Timothy Eaton, and  the time was the late weeks in Aug-  SIOP POISONING  F  ��������� Headaches    and     Xcuralgtc  Promptly   Cured   by  ; "Frult-a-tives."  Pains  ���������Mrs C. W :-If >our child is ad-net-, Ust, 1905. Mrs. Scott Raff, then diree-  ���������d to bedwetting you cannot expect it I tor of the physical culture department  to be healthy, strong and hearty. Try (in connexion with Victoria College,  f, ,use: ������f comp. fluid balmwort. A wa3 a. guest jn the hou.se. She had  child of 6 should be given 10 drops on long been discouraged at the inade-  sugar or in water after nieals und be quate opportunities that offered to give  tween  meals   and   at  bedtime.    The effect to the spirit of her teaching and  vnj.pt.otna  may incrtn.se at first, but! the need of a genuine temple dedicat-  gradually a cure will ensue.  Mrs. X.:���������You want h good prescription to act on baby'g bowels,  ''."���������out erining and pain; and something curative, as well as for imnied  ���������ate relief. This prescription can be  relied upon when i.aref ally filled:  Aromatic fluid ca.soara. I oz., comp. essence cardiol 1 oz., aromatic syrup  rhubarb 3 ozs. Give an infant 5 to 10  drops, 3 to 4 tim-is daily, or a half  teaspoonful- at  night.    Increase  the  much help from my previous prescrip.  tion, I am going to give you a pre  soription which will increase your  flesh and round out your figure, bringing the physical charm that goes with  a well nourished body This will  usually make pink cheeks, red lips  and buoyant health. Comp. syrup of  hypophosphites 3 ozs., essence of  pepsin 3 ozs., tincture cadomene compound 1 oa., and compound essence  cardiol 1 oz. Mix, and twke a teaspoonful before and after meals. Continue several months if necessary.  After the first few -weeks you should  increase 1 to 3 pounds each week.  ed to the cultivation of the idea3 of  "sweetness and light."  One day she wai approached by  Mrs. Eaton, who questioned her, and  pressed  her for a reply:  "Ytou are not hapny," she said.  "Why?  Tell me why?"  "I am not hapr-y," Mrs. Raff admitted, "because I want what I cannot have, a school."  "A school," exclaimed Mrs. Eaton,  then, and added, "Thnt is not so dif-  no one  Mrs.  Raff. "I want a school like the Greek  Parthenon���������nothing else will do; a  school like the Greek Parthenon! No  one will ever give me that."  But Mrs. Eaton was not so sure.  "I'll ask father," she reoeated, confidently.  The following dny in her morning  stroll in the depths of the forest, Mrs.  Where there are frequent attacks of  Neuralgia and Headaches, there is  always Constipation, Weakness of the  Kidneys and Blood Poisoning.  Non-action of the bowels compels  the blood to absorb foul matter which  should have passed from the body.  Weak Kidneys fail to filter from the  blood'the necessary amount of waste.  The blood thus becomes poisoned  and It is this poisoned blood whicii  hurts the nerves and causes Neuralgia and Headaches.  "Fruit-a-tives," made from fruit  juices, acts on the bowels and kidneys  and is the greatest blood purifying  medicine in the world.  "Fruit-a-tlves" is sold by all dealers  at 50c a box, 6 for $2.50, or trial size,  25c, or may be obtained from Fruit-a-  tlves, Limited, Ottawa.  come  Metal Holders for Tumblers In the Geography Class  Metal holders for tumblers by which j    "*Jimmie," said the teacher, "what  water may be heated to a desired de-1 is a wipe?"  gree by electricity, have been invented!    "A cape is land extending,into the  for the use of dentists and barbers.       i sea."  ���������:���������  I   "Correct.   William, define a gulf."  The flics that are now in your kit-*    "A gulf is water extending into,the  chen and dining-ioom were probably i land." '  feasting on some indescribable nasti-j-  "Good,  Christopher,"    to    a small  ness less than an hour ago, and as a j eager-looking boy, "what is a moun-  singlft fly curries many thousands of  tain?"  I   Mothers must keep guard over the  : health of their little ones during���������= the  - summer months. Summer is an anxi-  ;ous time  for all mothers,  but more  I especially   for   young . mothers. .It   is  i the most fatal time of the year for  _  ,   - . . ! babies and young children.   It is then  you want, will you promise me to stay *tl)at stomach    and    bowel    troubles  with it���������always?" j come  almost  without  warning,    and  Another silence  ensued,   the mer- j o{tm .t,pfore the mother realizes there  A.   ,   , .--,.,    ���������.-..-,        , .. , chant prince watching the new young ;is any/danger> the-jjttieone. may be  disease germs_attache^   to its jiairyj   jCjmsioujier���������Aol_up_tom_h^ Take  "iroayrlt is-'tile duty of", every"house:Jsb suddenly as to startle the teacher,; with the phantom of the future. Then ' -         -  ! The Latter Day Prodigal  j   Young Hank���������"Father,   I've  * home again."  Old Hiram���������"So you hev.   But thar  ain't goin' to be no doggone  fatted  Raff was hailed bv her host, who was !c������H business; not while there's a meat  sitting alone on a stump. j "*���������������  > ou git outside a plate of beans  "Raff!" he called, using the name j and hitch onto that plough good and  as his mode of showing comradeship, j quick.  "Raff! Come here; I want you." And ' _���������-___ ������_ _������_._������_-..  then in an encouraging voice: "Mother WORDS OF CAUTION  tells me that you want a school?"  Mrs. Raff's heart beat high.  "Yes, Mr. Eaton," she answered,  "But I wn-it the impossible; a school  no one will ever give me. I want a  school like the Greek Parthenon."  There was a space of silence between the two.  Then the kind, ouiet voice proceeded: "If I give you such a school as  AUTHOR OF "GINX'S BABY."  Forty Years Ago Edward Jenkins Was  the Kipling of His Day.  One of the most distinguished sons  of the  Montreal  High  School  passes  off the roll by the death in London of  Edward Jenkins,  ex-M.P.,  politician, j  I humorist, author and editor, creator j  of the immortal "Ginx's Baby." Some i  forty years ago Edward Jenkins was  so much in the limelight in the liter- j  ary   world  that his  position   in  the j  sphere of letters at that time has been j  compared to that of ltud yard Kipling ]  therein to-day.    His   style   had   the  Kipling touch,   and   both   men had  close connection with India.   Mr. Jenkins was born at Bangalore, India, in  July, 1838. his father being Rev. Dr.  John Jenkins,  so long pastor of St.  Paul's   Presbyterian   Church,   Montreal.   He  came to Canada   with   his  parents at an early age and was educated   at  the  Montreal   High  School  and  McGill  University.   Then,  after  a course at the University of Pennsylvania, he was called to the Bar at  Lincoln's   Inn,   in   1864,   and   had   a  most remarkable en refer in the years  which followed.   He was5 counsel for  the  coolies  on  the  Demerara   Coolie  Commission   of    1870;   agent-general  for Canada from 1874 to 1876; a member of  the royal commission on copyright in 1876-77; and about that time  wrote    his    famous    novel,   entitled  "Ginx's Baby," by which he will be |  remembered when his political career J  has been forgotten.   Among his other  humorous   books   were   "Lord   Bantam," "The Coolie," "Little Hodge,"  "The   Devil's  Chain,"   "Barney  Geo-  ghegan," etc., etc.   Beginning his life  as a Gladstonian Liberal he was by  turns an   Independent   Liberal   and  Imperialist, and ih his later years a  Conservative.  He represented the city  of Dundee,   Scotland,   as   a Radical  from 1874 to  1880, but was then defeated, and though he sought the suf-  LA GRIPPE  Arretted, aid Conrampttoi Cored  Mt.G.D.Colwell.of Wtlkenrille.Ost  %ru ittidkea down with LtCiippe in 1906  ���������ad it left bim in rery bad condition. He  ������������jri: 1 wu all tun down ind bordering oe  Consumption. I could nol sleep *lnfhti,  b������d awful sweat*, and coughed nearly the  whole time. Thu is how I wai when I  bsgan to take Piychine, in a low neivona  ���������tile; but from the firit brttle I began to  iuprove. It did marvels far me and brought  k e back lo health is no time, making a new  man of me. It fortifiei the body again!  tke attacki ot La Grippe and ii a lure pre.  Tentative. ! always lake Piychine if 1 fed  ��������� cold coming on and it puts me fight ira  rao lime."  NO HOME SHOULD BE  WITHOUT PSYCHINE  Far Sal* hu all bnt**** **i DtaUn, 5#e. * $1  m*t UUU.  Or. T. A. SLOCUM  UM1TED,  TORONTO  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN  Taking Care of His Own  Johnny's mother gave him two five-  ceiit pieces, one for candy, the other  for the Sunday school collection, and  as he was walking along with his  sister, tossing the coins in the air,  suddenly one fell and disappeared  through a cellar grating.  "Sis!" he Shouted.   "Oh, there goes  the Lord's nickel."  TO YOUNG MOTHERS  keeper to assist in exterminating this'[.and promptly responded: "A mountain   solemnly she replied: "I will stay.  is land extending into the air."���������Dun-1  worst enemy of the human race.   Wil  son's Fly Pads kill flics in such immense quantities as cannot   be   approached by any other fly killer.  To the question, "How old are the  Niagara Falls?" geologists have returned replies varying hy tens of  thousands of years. At first it was  estimated that the Ningara river .came  into existence through changes in tlie  level of the land around the great  lakes about 55,000 years ago. Later  this was reduced to only 12,000 years,  Lyell increased the estimate again to j rf^metlv.  JI5.000 yours, and still later othor  scientists lowered it to about 9,000  years.  Mr.  ergy.  Eaton became all business en-  dee Advertiser. , _.���������,,.  "You are leaving for Owen Sound  Dysentery corrodes   the   Litestines! to-morrow?"  and speedily eats away   the   lining,!    ,J,eB\ , : ���������       i     Cm  bringing about dangerous conditions j'Go home hy way of Toronto. See  that'.nny cause death. Dr. J. D. Kel- Chancellor Burwash and if he ap-  logg's Dysentery Cordial clears the in-I proves of your   scheme...*' go ahead;  Jtestinal canals of the g'rms thnt cause  the inflammation, and by protecting  the lining from further ravages restores them to healthy condition  Those subject to dysentery should not  choose you land, engage an architect,  on his advice eet your plans��������� you may  have your sehool."  The  following day  saw  Mrs.  Paff  exploring the neighborhood of Victoria  strict*'caution to keep her little one's  stomach sweet and pure and his bow.  els moving regularly. No other medi-  cine can do this so quickly and thoroughly as Baby's* Own Tablets. The  Tablets should always be kept in the  house. An occasional dose will keep  bnby well or if illness comes on sua-  donly the Tablets will quickly remove  the cause and make baby well* and  linppy. Sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 25 cents a 1)0x from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  ��������� ,   ,      , - , ,.   .    ..    .   ,    My mare, a very valuable one, was  rage of the electors of that city in |hftdly i)ruised and cut by being caught  1885, and 1896, he had changed his lin a wire {once Some of the wounds  political clothes and the people would  be without this simple yet powerful ������^h & ������������n^"������T���������"vVc"S������  What makes a mother sure of her  hoy's intellect is to have somebody  tellfJior he. looks like   his   muternnl  State of Ohio, City of Toledo.  Luciih County.  Frank J, Cheney makes oath thnt he  is senior partner of the firm of F, J,  Cheney & Co., doing business in the  City of Toledo, County oiid State  aforesaid, and that htiid firm will nay  the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL-  LARS for ench nnd every case of  Catarrh that ennnot ho cured by the  use of Hall's Cntiirrh Cure,  FRANK .1. CHENEY,  Sworn to before me nnd subscribed  in my presence, this 6th dny of December, A.D, 1886.  A. W. GLEA80N,  (Seal) Notary Public  Hall'H Cntiirrh Cure is taken intern,  filly, and nets directly on the hlood  find mucous surfaces of tlie system  Send for testimonials free,  F, J. CHENEY k CO., Toledo, O.  Sold hy nil Druggists, 75c,  Tnke Hull' Family Pills for consti-  pation.  ly endorsed the project.  on the present site of the school be-  "Henry, how do you like my new   ^ ^C"on \t%w iti , ^ndfather_   '"K-rtfet'tfe���������!1 ^*^.*^-S SSS?.ka n'only^SiiS^ K  SANATIVE  ANTISEPTIC SHAVING  to talk   "  don't  hunn,  not avail themselves of his services  He was one of the great historical  characters at the Mor4real High  School, stories of his bright sallies, of  his boyish jokes, of his prowess on  the football held and in gymnasium  being handed down from generation  to generation. One of his brothers,  Mr. George Ernest Jenkins, was one  of the under masters in the big school  in the seventies, and.to the great edification, and delight of the boys he  often recalled .the sayings and doings  "Bf"Ws"BrBtI!er~wl5en he was . a High  School boy, and occasionally read in  class a clever letter from his brother  humorously referring to his schooldays at the "Old High," and expressing his pride in its continued prosperity.  The late Mrs, Greeor Mattice, wife  of Col, Mattice, for so long n member of the militia staff, waa a sister  of Mr. Jenkins.���������Chesterfield in Fain-,  ily Herald and Weekly* Star.  An Illustrious Family.  During the absence from Canada-of  His Excellency Eii'rl Grey,-Judge Gir-  ouard, of the Supreme Court of Canada, is once more acting as administrator of the Government, and is to  ii, uenr, iu uni yuu me inun���������*i .* Jt 0 ] remained for Mr. 'a������N������iivt ������mi ioci-i i*. onnvmu  p right there! If you are going; Meflde'to hB���������r **n k)ena to Bjve them Not only is Cuticura Soup, assisted  : thnt wuv about it Henry, I; form Qn Mrs Raffg jngj^ence, the by Cuticura Ointment, unrivalled for  want to  know! -Uuongo  Jn-  new gohool devoted to negthetics waa , preserving, purifying and beautifying  Barton���������"Is it true that you arc en.  gaged to Miss Riehleigh?  Ardupp-��������� Yes i nnd she's awfully ex-  nol ini*;, She siivs I We got to give up  smoking'nnd drinking when wo nro  mnrried.  Burton���������Huh Why don't you break  off the engiigeini'iilr  named for her patroness, M n ran ret * tho skin and hnlr, but it U a .luxury  Eaton, who still modestly disclnims for shampooing, bathing nnd especin -  any merit for tho outcome of "only ly for shaving. It possesses in modi-  speaking to fnther." fh'd   form   tho   medicinal,  emollient,  speaking  A Shrewd Scottish Lawyer.  The Right Hon. Sir Robert Banns-  tyne Finley, who presented the Cniui.  dinn "ease" in the fisheries mnltei to  the    Arbitration   Tribunal     at   The  dilutive nnd antiseptic properties of  Cuticura Ointment, while supplying n  firm, moist, non-drying, oieuniy and  fnigrnnt hither. Aftor slinving, nnd  before bnthing the faeo, gently anoint  the sliiiven purls with a hit of Cuti*  would not heal, although I tried many  different medicines. Dr. Bell advised  me to use MINARD'S LINIMENT,  diluted at first, then stronger as the  sores began to look better until after  three weeks, the sores have healed,  and best of all the hair is growing well  and is NOT WHITE as is most always  the case in horse wounds.  F. M, DOUCET.  Weymouth.  Son���������"What is a bore father?"  Father���������"A boreais   a    man    who  wishes to tnlk about himself when I  want to talk about myself."  When Holloway's CorVi Cure is applied to n corn or wart it kills the  roots and the callosity comes out Without injury to the flesh.  King,Edward was what every Englishman would like to be. but daren't.  The new king is what every Englishman, pretends to be, but isn't.���������New  York World."  >"���������   .  * i * ���������* ,  The source of all intestinal troubles  i.s the common house fly; his lnm is  all effects and purposes clothed with   the  first symptom  of typhoid.    Wil-  tho same authority and power ns tbe l.son's  Fly Pads nre the only things        that' kill them all.  Governor-General. The right of the  administrator to be styled "His Excellency," was asserted by Sir H. Kin-ear Tascherenu, formerly Chief Jus-  tice, while acting ns administrator in  tho interval between the departure of  the Earl of Minto, and the- arrival of  His Excellency Earl Grey, and lie  wns informed hy the Secretary of  State for tho Colonies, in reply to an  enquiry, that the administrator is  rightly stylwl "His Excellency."  Judgo Girounrd's son, Col. Sir Percy  fiirounrd, as governor nnd eonimnn-  iler-in-ehief ol tho East Africa I'rotnc  Sank Late  Husband's Yacht  The magnificent yneht of Ihe Inte  Duke of Nnjrn, a grandee of Spain-.  was burnt and sunk nt Cadiz at the  orders of tho Duchess, The Duke,  who wns one of the wealthiest" mon in  Spain, died only n few weeks ngo. His  widow wns unwilling thnt anyone clue  should enjoy the Duke's possessions,  nud tho yaclit wus destroyed in the  sight of an. nstonished crowd.  Ardupp���������Can't afford to. If I don't { Hague, is considered ono of the  marry her I'll huve to give up eating, shrewdest, practitioners nt the British  us well iih go to woik., j Bar.   While not considered to to an  ! eloquent orator, he has the art of pre-  curii Ointment. This nii-thod renders j torato, is also entitled to the designn  frequent shaving a pleasure and com- j tj0I1 "j:j*s Excellency." I nm told,  mends it������elf to men with tender, i wjth how much truth I do not know,  easily irritated skins, and as a pre-it*.mt ,,��������� 0t)10r family in the British  venti       " '-���������"-*' - ������������������- ������������������ '-���������������������������  ���������*-- -     -  ,,,,-,,, A . .    ve of irritation and iiilliiiiiiiiaiion j j,;n,���������jro ],ns ever before hnd the lion-  The Foe of Indigestion.--Indigestion I senting  his  arguments,   not   merely  0f t*l(, |in-r Kh,nds which, if neglected,; or ���������( having two of its members on-  is n common ailment nnd few are free| logically,   but  convincingly,   and   tm  ofh'ii load lo obstinnto nnd disfiguring! ^jj l(l v,,, m addressed,   Whether  fiiiiit il, U is it most tlistivssing com.j has a mind of n strongly developed  plaint and often the suffering attend-1 nnnlytiool type, Ho is u Scotsmnn hy  ing it is most severe, The very best1 birth nnd education, and speaks with  remedy is I'linnoh-u's Vegetable Pills i n distinct hurr, Ho was intended for  taken according lo directions, They j thn medical profession, and in fact  rectify the' irregular notion of the i graduated in medicine at Edinburgh  Htmmich and rusturu healthy notion University, but shortly afterwards  For mimy years they have been a J took up., the study of law und was  standard remedy for dyspepsia and in-   called to the Bur in Ibiiir HiM lather,  erupt ions.  the coincidence  is absolutely  unique  or not, it is suilieiently  rnre to tie-  The reason old pooplo never undoi.  stand young pooplo is tliey lie so about  the way they used to hn in their youth.  Minard's Liniment Cure* Diphtheria,  .Tokor���������"Have you nny 'meat rings'  in stockr was singing   n   i.'e  Jeweller-"Cerlninly!   Jaiiu's. show , ..]���������,������������������ (,nn ���������,������������������ t\U) ,,*,,,,,. ,)V *l(,al.(,  the geiillemun   the   Intent   thing   in The next dav  she was  sawing,  nnd' i������R his. consent to Ihe ohuiiBo oven  sniiki! bracelets,' ' ' '*    "      "'   **-'-   '    ' .i~.i.....j   .,  digestion and are highly nstoemud for  their qualities,  Whilo my little idster, agod 4 years,  was singing   n   piece mother   sah'  Dr, Win. Finloy, who was a distinguished medical practitioner in Edinburgh, was said to be very much disappointed' when his son nbiindoriod  his own beloved profession for the  law; but the son nrgui*d him into glv-  II goes without saying tlmt two wo- j 8���������rvo ,,otjcu, particularly iu Canada,  men never do. | nm| n)0r,j particularly as the Girou-    | nrd fllmj|y is a purely Frciieh-Cuna-  Mlnnrd'i  Llnlmsnt Cures  Dlitempar.  (j|tlu om,t   Judy" (lirmmrd, who was    ! ^af    |lt s,   Tiiiintheo, beside tho Co-  A  man   i-n't  nece-sarily "harp he-��������� ,|.ir nUj,id<, in H-'Ki. is a d.- ���������.���������'���������ndMit  ouusi' he has good prilnts. i of Antoine (lirouani, of Moiitclucon,  *  | France, who was private secretary to  A Sure Correctlvn of FIMulency,��������� Govenior ds* Uaiiiu/.ui at Monlieiil in  When the iimlicest-il food lies in tho  1720.    The  family  has   remained   in  st'iiiiueli  if   throws off gii-es causing  Canada ever since,  iiuim. and oppression In the stomachic, *������������������?--  ri'gion,   The belching or eriictalion is The Wrong right.  offensive nnd the onlv wny to prevent     jtl Queen's Park, Toronto, nne glor-  KENDAICS  CIRE  Three packets of Wilson's Fly Pads  cost twenty-five cents, nnd will kill  Mlnnrd  moro  files thnn  twenty-llvc   dolliirs'  worth of sticky paper, ���������  when mother'dime in the room shii  tuully, although   ho has  admitted   it   (|1|1|n -A ,n Tl,^m,   (||(,   stiuiiin-h   tn'jnus nhernooii Inst wei-k, a group of  said: "Mother, I can sew by heart,"     xvm ������mo->,| the most difllcult onsos ho   nr0|���������,r netion,     Puriin-leo's Vegelahlo assorted loungers were diseussinK In  '   "Before ,11m Corhett quit ho could  There were 2.-II2 NtnHiii's   in   the* mix it with the hesl of tlu'in," said the  coal mines of the United State* Inst tall mini,  year as against 8,450 the year In fore, "You don't say so," the short man  although about ten per cent, mure exclaimed; "Why, I never knew he-  coal wns mined, In 111117 :i,12A mon fore that lm worked In a termlniil ele.  were killed, i valor."  Had Eczema on Legs  for Twenty Years  Thinks no One Oould Have It Worse��������� and got everything for ft. hut got no  ever hud to ploud,   Sir Rob-rt, who is  Llnlmsnt Ourm Garget |((; a Ihuicher of the Middle TemphN wn*  Oows, ' M.P, for Inverness from IWi to 1HII*-',  ami again from l������flft to WW). Ilo wn*  Solicitor-GensTiil from IMM to 11KK),  nnd iVttornov-Ootieriil from 1000 to  J������HJ, His was knife-Mod in 1������II6 and  created a (l.O.MU, in 1004,-Fiimily  Herald aud Weekly Slur.  relief until n friend advised her to use  Dr. Chase's ointment, which she got  "She found  tlmt   Ur, t"lutKi''s (lint-  lin Ul   lilt\f  llll   glelll,  IS'lli-l,  ������o site got  ������omc mure nud coutuim-d thu trentment faithfully, until now sin* is entirely cured of ee/.etnn.   1 donl think  ' niiviiiie eniihi havo this dlionse worse  Was Our.ri by DR. CHABE'8  OINTMENT  .rt i *  ������ ���������        I'-*   ������������������   .'     *   *,  "���������   -     ������������������"*'"      "-  eases iiuui K-m-niu.    hut   not   ninny  wliich cause more downright suffering  The tendency of eczema to spread  over tin* hody "us tmnoying ntul di*.  cournging, and the itching���������the nlmodt than -he 'lid, and shall not attempt to  (mustard anil persistent itching���������tieai- dsserlbe   In r   suffering.    Hln������  reomn-  ly drives a person cn������y. mends Dr, Chase's Ointment to any  Vou e-ri ki'firci'ly "'iieh i- thut i>< f\.\, s.o,  rui'f. t,n\i fiuiu ei/.i-iim."  are   eiillnissliHtic   over    Dr,   Chase's It. is sin-ii .nres m this that hn������  Ointim-nt, when it brings them priiinpt rnrub-    l>r     ('lni...\    iiii,iir,.iit     ov  ri'het unit aetually cun-s itching. l..r- ".tiinilnrd olntiiu-nt" the vMiild over  nieiiling eau-utn.    And  if you could Do not he smisfiesl wi'h the "just n������  read a few hundred of the Mtir* we pirnd" kind.   It will only di-npjwiint  n-ceive from cured ones you would not If you insi������f on getting whnt you nsk  he long in iWiding what trentment ta for v������u will lw U-tler ph*������K������>������| nfter-  apply for eczema, salt rheum and nim. ward* and your intelligence will not  ilar *kiri diM,*we������. I������- m.iilied next time,  Mr   VnA.  W,  Herb, 1-Vfurorfh  \d Di. C'U.m*:'. OiikUutisl. Cd kU. ������ U-s,  dingtori Co., Oni., writes; "My mother all denier*, or Kdnian������"������ii, Hit������������������ A Co.,  had ecu-ma In both l**tn for ahont fl*) Toronto,   Write for free copy of Pr,  years    Hhe doctored for n long time'Chaie's R<*vi|*c������.  Bishop of N������w Westmlmttr.  Ifev,  A.  U.   Do  Ponder,  who hmi  Iwcii ehosnu  Bishoji of the Anglican  dioeeso of New Westminster, B.C., i������:  un   Eastern  Ontario   ninii   and  only  went West three years ago, Tho Hish-j  mi ,,li".l    ' f n   fl   il,f   );*���������������������������    XI*  and Mrs, Peter Dopnncier, of Bur-  ttU -, iiii|it<i.-i, wiiiitriu, (to vsiiR born  in 1MGG und received his ������arly training in Kouiptville Hiith School, and  nflerwards alieiuleii Trinity College,  Toronto, After graduating h������ was  stationed  nt  Nn vuu  on  the   Ottawa  1 > ��������� i     - si       ���������        ' '.-������������������..  Inter was I'urule ol til. Alhitn's Cutle:-  tlrnl. To%snto, rector nt Uxhridge, cur-  1 nte of 8t, Jiiines' Csthedral, Toronto,  j rector at Rrandon. and more recently  nti'tut ol St. Paul's Church, Vatieou  ver.  His new diocese Is an extensive one  nnd bi*  epi-coiiil  work  will  n-O'-'iid  tnie   much   unvoting   by   trail  stream.  Pill's will do this, Simple directions justed fashion tlw news of tho day  im with "������ch pKcket and a course of Another happy idler iippronolwil ami  iheni taken sysieiiinliciilly is ceitiiin  waiiiesI to know the mutter of i rgu-  lO effect  II  ('lire, | IIH-llt.  ���������-  * '    "It's tho Jiiok������nn controversy," said  Bu,-inoss is as sin-ilive to inufleti-  nn   s-lds-rly   ornlor,   "Whut  do   you  tion ns a woman with a husband loo  think of  iU"  voting for Iwr. "Will, ww,"   said tlw   newcomer,  , ������������������ i "| don't really take iniich xtoek in it,  An Oil Without Alcohol, Sonw oils 0( emirso. I ain't miyitiK that fi nig-  ami many iiiedieine** have alcohol it* n' pur can't h" a while man's espial in  nioiniiwiit  iiigreilienl.      A _ judicious  some respects, but when it comes to  n    whits'   man   tttiiiiff   Into   tin-   riiii?  aitninst n nigifor,  I  iniM say thut I  draw the lui'-."  "Ob,���������t-o on," said t'ie elderlv urn.  .'   '     ''���������.-' ���������    n,i,        uni,   ino l   lie*   J' ilic a-J'.|i|imi|i  it**   previ-nllve   Iind   (|.,l,s Oi.| ,���������.,-'..   f.U'i-'   .1,  !������������������     T������-r- '���������  - theology,   Jiiokson's a iniiii^ter."   ��������������������������� ,    "Shucks,"    said    Hw     newcomer,  "**hi������t  >>li  <*:ir'h  Call  ,1   liiitii.-l-r  he III  a scrap about*'"  Kills Bone Spavin  Rich Vsllry, Alia, Mny axh. IOR)  '���������ttiayr hwiI >osii opufla (.uie fu( (  long lime ami wosil'l uol \t* without II,  time killed ��������� Hunt Kpssrln by lit mm,"  Ol.R CAKI^ON,  Th������l irlli ihn wholn dory,    Aail  hundirili of thoii-MmU lia*c liail Hit  Mini* fiprrlmci- in lb* pstl (0ymri,  For Spavin, Rligioie, Corb,  Splint. Swellings md  ill Uneiess,  Knnlslt'i Hpivin Cur* curn Hit  lrs)nlilr--m������k������������ Its* lsoi������# ihiiiriI iiuI  w������ll -iiHl ������������������������������������ tntmiy fur tlic owner  Is^causs* li rrinovci Hit etui* uf ihn  Irunlilr,  Kffp ������ Nilllf tlwiyi it In ml ��������� ||or(  (orf6. i'.i������������l lor mm imt t*������it, a,\-  ysir sImIh lur (tr* n,py of our lnvik  ' A Trrsuir Us Th* lion*' oi wiitau*.  ���������i ���������, j. mam ce. tn*m*t* mu, vtk  miiivlimr of six es-i-ntiiil oils coiii|io������e  the fiuiioiis Dr, TIioiiiiih' Kelcelric Oil,  mil tin.i*,. i- tm ii|i"shol in il, sii Hmi  its effects are  lustintf,      Tlwre is no  i-  i  -1  SeldomSee  ��������� hl| Ism* Ilk* IMi, fcnl 1-i-tt k������t������������  miy  hlin I tun.li nr bniu������ on klf  i     '- ".    #,    . .���������"..,   I,...,   *,     .^.v.iw  S'f|lllll    this   sill    ill  iii-iiliiiU powi-r.  Il tnkof n  wi'cp riiflit,  lilfbt.  |.,d,-..  Iiiilirh  it bsiiii'in n*)t������ir*  lirl^ht,    nnd  ���������.*.  sit  fl[0so  RBINE  till ''...* il."-, >*-? ������l������hi"i| U/lrif tht  ������, Nnlillil������r,nn)iolr|   ...     . ir bli������ll������    .  HIINOHIII.NtC.III.,  hllil*r, so hslrprni  ���������.'-.^.��������������� I>.'iVif.d��������� i.i ���������.'d. Hood a uttma.  Imritat*.  ���������nn������.  and  Only tba Frln|������ Oceupisd.  Although ov*-r a thoussm] plows sivl  rirobahly twenty thousand teams fi������f"  fur tlie past Mtverat months \*e*h  hteielily at work for 13 to 16 hour-  .l.uly. breakintt prairim and hack art-  t.i.-,j. in AtltrU, t'luviuciiil 0������������v������n>>  trneiit refmtt* show that only one per  wit. of the total area of tha provluw  is now under cultivation,  DODDS '  ^KIDNEY  4, .PIUS :  Him Rrim^wifV's Ctrvir ftntnn  AJthniijih tin- Muritiuw /'rnviiieesdo  not loom  up ���������*-<������ i'oii������;iii'iinii*ly ns do  i the new wcMorti prnviiss-ei. in the di-  roction of niiiterinl sl.������v.-lupiiieiii, they  i still seem tsi ki'i-p up Uieir record for  priNlueinu clever ui'-n    In one siiiffl-s  ! week three miiis td tie1 iiirtliern see.  lion   of   New-   |trii!!~u''-lt   hnve   crime  roiispii'iiously to th.   Iiuui. The j*rmit  ! railway  lawyer,   fu-' Iiiuui,   ������m*o of  , fnr m������Dl(ln,|, IS,  r.ni������i������������,|   Oiin������l,  BlBfiT.i   l-imfol   SvilMnfl.  " ���������'��������� ���������    "'-        -.'������������������.    ". ���������- *...*���������������  Illli. (ildSiini.    *Uir������ l-.Ui.    Bunt lr*t.  W. I T������i*sl. ft) r, ill 1m������K It., IiihiiIiiM. Hmi.  1.11������M III., SMIi**l, r...<i.. In.ll.  llll Iifnilii-) I* Minis IHf I Wjmii ti, WlmlHfi  tlii IiiikiI Orsii I CMMlfll Ci��������� wssilMI *** Clljir������)  mmmm  , I;., h,lm, I,,, i,,i. I,.,  ; the f'nnndi/iii V.i< t  ��������� from the Mlrrtnii'hi  in-v-������Ji*nt������r������l in i*,i- "  j Alhs-rtit. Prof, .luini-.  , ronto ITniver-utv, n  I ham, and a *jrn.fu ���������'������������������  liif New llruicwuk,  ,t*i\ l*< ih* cimrtt<- "I *ll,��������� -'no'si oi orien-  jlal Ite������������arch st Joru-iiWii, und*r the  Uusiiice* of ths* Ari hv'! 'gual 1 intitule  'nl America,  ,n,r >s u,i i-, lur ol  . Mr. Mitchell  ���������:s- li'-s-oine Attof.  ;i*'.n Ministiy of  M.<'iinly. i.f To.  unlive of Chut-  i t Om- tfniv<-rsity  in- Ii'-en n|i|HHiit.  TELKWA, B. C.  on ....in l f fiuni'l T-'inl: P*i  '���������ill*- I! il.'.iy, in m|i|������i of rn!i  is^'ileiiltiirul und tniiiitift district,  l.uN fri.ni -Jlbli up. Write for full  pnrtwiilar-  NORTH COAST LAND CO'Y, Ud.,  410-11-12 Winch Building,  Vancouver, B.C.  Usoioss OlV.t*, I Old Jtwry  W. N. U , N������. Ml. the Mews, Cumberland, British*^lumbiX  Tlie Gambarlaiil j-bwb  issutd Every   Tuesday  by  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  This paper will uot hold ita-dl"  responsible for the opinions<jf ������irit-  ers, as may appear in its columns  fy-om time to time.  TUESDAY,    Sept,   6th,    1910,  RUPKHT L \ND DISTRICT  l>in-rictof llupe-t.  TAKE m.ticc, that Lilla KleaiorJcnkin-  JMin, of -/anuoimr, B. C. ������.c<JU|iation,uMr.  ivd woman, intends to aoply for ptrm's- i  sum to purchase  ibe following descibed '  Hilda:��������� L. E.  Jenkinsou's ,S. K.  c>rner,  O'-mnienciuK at a  poBt pla ted at the  lortli east corner of Section 1, Towi.ship  ���������ll, ihence,we������t 160 chains, thence north  ���������-!8 chains,   more or lesi tn Georgia L si- e,  dunce east along the lake store to Township line, thence south 3S chnitw moro or  lei-s lo place of c imnioncement ooutuiuiug  540 acres, more or less.  LILLA ELEANOK JENKINSON,  _. .   , T Win. Leslie, Agmt.  OiitedJune 23rd, 1910  Coast land district.         o -*  District oi Coaet. Han*'' 2.  TAKE NOTICE thit Edward C  Townaend of Vancsuvar, B C ti  pentleman, intends to opply for per  miss-fan to purohase tbo following  described lands: Commencing at a  post planted about 7 miles north  aud 2 miles east of the soutliea-d  corner of CL 3358, thence south 80  ebaine, 'hence west 80 chains,  thence north 80 chain*���������'. thence east  .80 cbains, to post of commencement, containing 640 neves, more or  less. EDWARD C TOWNSKND.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  KUI*KRT LAND DIS I 1UCT  District o'Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE tlut Lilla Florence  lenkiiiS u, of Vancouver li. C. nrcupnti n  Spismter, intends to apply for i.i-niii-sum  to puruhiiiie the fullowiug deaciibod laud->:  Commencing ut a pott phi .to I at tlie  north tast corner of seitien 116, Town-  bs ip W, thence south 80 chains, t������*������������*������e������-  ������ei,t 80 ohain , thtftce uonh SO chains.  thei.ee eaBC 80 chains to pi ce of & in-  mentifment, co training GIO aon-B more  or less.  LILLA FLORENCE JENKINSON,  Win. Leslie, Agent.  Dated June 21st 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form  No. 9.  Form of Notice.  CoastDiatriot,  Dijtrict of Range 2.  TAKEnotide thut   WillUm   Leek,   if  Vaucouver, oooupation Engineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following desoribed landa:���������  Commencing at a post planted  on the  beach about oan and a haif miles South  Kstt froiu tho South East corsitr of U. L.  3358, thence Nortli   eigiity   (80)   chiins,  thonce Eiat eighty (SOI chau s,   tlience  J south (80) chaius,   thetica   Wo t    i,80)  j chaius, to point of eon.in������iicuneu', containing six huudred and forty autos, more  or less.  WILLIAM LEKK  Name uf Applicant  Dated June 4th, 1910.  ��������� LiND ACr< ~~~*  Form No, 9,  COAST LAND D.STRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tlmt Frank W.  Leeson, of Vancouver. B C, broker,  intends to apply for ermission to  pvircliase the followi j������ described  lands: Commencing at a po'-d  planted about 7 mile- north and 2  miles east of the sout'v-asi corner of  CL 3358, tlience nor"* 80 chainn,  thence east80 chaina, ��������� hence south  80 chains, thence wes 80 chains, to  post of'^commenceme!;!, containing  640 acres, more or le-*.  FRANK W LEESON.  Dated July 27tb, 1910  COAST LAND ]>ISTRIST.  District of Coast. Range 2.  takk notice that (Ijorgp More,  ^of_V.ancouver^-B.Crbri)kei*i���������intends  to apply for permission to purchase  the following described muds: Com  nitmciug at a post pb-nieil about 7  miles north and 2 mi e east of tbe  southeast corner of CL 3358, thence  north 80 chains, tlience west 80  chiins, thence south 80 chains,  thence east 80 chi.in- 'o post of  commencement, coi;tniniri|������ 640  acres, more or leas, okohgk more,  Dated July 27th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTKICT  District of Rupert  TAKE NOTICE thnt   Paddy Clement  Blythe, of Vancouver,   B C. occupation  Logger, iutenos to appl> foi- permission  to purchase the fo-lowuig described lam's:  Connssenoingat a post plan td at the  southeast       corutr      of        Secern 13, township 21, nisrked  P.  C. Bly-  tluS. E. con.er, th< no- n rth 80chai.H,  thtnee w.ei 80 chains,, t'icnc������ somh 80  chaius, the-sueeiiit 80 chuius to place i.f  commenci raest,   coacaini-ig   6io  acres  muie or lea*  PADDY CLEMENT BLYTHE  Wm. Leslie, Agei.t.  Dated June 30th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  l>is i ict of Rnp rt.  TAKE note,  ihat   Wi ijain Rob ds i,  of Vaucuiivtr, It. (J.  occupation Sa.fcs.nai  i.tOiidsju, appiy W per i.i^i.m  to purchase the foils.wug d-sciib.u lai.d-: C m  m ucitiy at i.t a p nt plained st the s. ft  corner oi .Secism S4, T..wufh-p 21, mm*-  led W. Ko-.m.oii.   X. E.   comer,   the.ic  si. r.h 80 cnains, thonce west 80 chuius,  ���������hoi.ee >out'i 80 chaim,   tue..ca  cut Si.  otiaiiiH to plaoe of commencement, coutuii  .ug 040 acres, m .re .r lews.  WILLIAM ROBINSON  ��������� , , T       ���������          Wm. Leslo, Agent.  Dated Juie 30th, 19i0.    RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Ritj������ rt.  TAKE NOTIOii that Hulh Ko/.inChrk  of Vancouver, B. O., oeiuipiitioii marriul  woman, intends to apply f r permission  to purchase tho following shsori"ed lands:  Commouciii.-ig at a past phutcd >*t the  iiouth eust corner of Seoti'u I, i'owuHbip  21, thenco north 80cliaini<, thtiiiou west  80 oliaius,* tlumae Bouth 81) uliuisiH, ttituoi'  i n.it 80 ch.iiiiH to place nf o .iiiiiiniiaiiiiieiit,  coutaiuiiiij Closures, morn or h-ss  UUTU. KRZIA CLARK,  Wm. Lojilhi, Agent.  Datt-d June -2lHt, 1910.  RUl'EP.TLAND DWTKIOT  District of lliipurt.  TAKK NOTICK that O.orKO Nornun  Worsloy, of Vanoouvor, H.O., oonipstion  biiok-koopor, inkiidH to apply for ponui ���������  pjon to iiiirch mo tho full'.wmg drsoribed  laiids:--Oonnuonciag ut n, . mit pimtoil at  tho noutli Wed. curiiur' f S u iuu 18,1'o vn  ship 8, pout markod 0. N Wur lov's S.  W. ui.niur, ti.iUioiic-.'t (i'i oiiVDB, th������nu*  in.nli   fid A: iu., iln : ju   west 80 clliiini,  Hii' .I'll   HOIltll 110 o'.iilluH 1"  |) lli'fl i f   OOIU-  iiio.ii'iii.'.ii, ooiiiuiiiiiig Hi) Hires, moro  .-I* We-;,  liKuUOF, NORMAN W0R8LKY,  \\ in. Li'idlc, Agtmt.  ])di-d J.i'ii. 2911), 1910.  lMn'-Ki!T LAND TmsTiTIcT  Dint.-ict tf Uni'it.  TAKH NOl'lCK tlmi   ivuplion Sn4li,  of Vstiuiiiivi'r, 11 (!,, 0'<i mi'l o,i,  honli-  kit pur, iirniidi tniipply 1'i.r \i 'Hi'miiii to  j.nri'lntMi iim follsiwuiK M-iiu-ili il and"!���������  tl. .-ii ll'.ll,  N.  ( .', UI'OlH'l-.       i ''.'Hllll Mlijlll* ut  .i j io "I, pliiiti-il nn'I'siWiif.* ip 1 no 'it ii'.ll'.li  nt t put I't 11 ni)- t,>'tn l,������|( , ilii<i|i|i 1.011U1  l.'skl I'.liuinH, iu >r������- in* I'M in ili. i|Uiirti'r  pDat im wsi ii ,*i * el ion III in.I ills, Town.  i-li p '.I niiil -'II, tlii'ueo ' nl lu uii..iiiH,  tln.i.i* IKH!h pill I'lusiiih Mi ui'ii wist 4()  t*li ii n, tl ni'ii ti-iuili ili-1��������� ii< o plao't of  iioiiiinuin*i,-.iiuui, runts ni h Hill i.i.-ros,  in.) cor I'ss.        STKPIIi',N  -(MTU,  W*..i  I'".A .lm*,* -J.'tiil, 1910  .un,*  iv.-  RUI'KRTLAND lilt I  i'i .i.    i. ui !;'.,.-,  ,  TAKK NMITi'K tnnt  . uiicuuv'ir, l������. C,, "ceil.  I ihIm In ii|i|i!v for pisrni  llll' l.llI'lWill),' n  .-H-ui/i'ii  .,-.;*    -..-,*     ,.:...|    I  i- rin r of S. Mon 111, To.  H.ntli 8'Joh lin*.,   tliDiiiJ  !   . .i;*. .i.i-l   HOit.alli.,  ,*1' '() nf   CilllHi  ,1 I   .- i,.,   ;,   >!���������** -.  i.i'  \;  ���������n  t  lie, A||"iit.  incr  Ki-MKino, ol  isisi'cur, ii-  i-.ii I'. HO S'llll-I.  ..ii ������������������<; -C 'milieu  ��������� -��������� -    .   ���������.   i ������  ���������iiiiis yo, Mii'in-  Wrl-t hi I i.'llllilin  lli'liurt    HiiMt   b  ill'. I-  llu III, I'llll  I  ���������.������.  '*������   ; i j i*  ���������' i* ii , A.iiint,  ICT  RU PERT LAN D DIsTU ICT  ])i*t,.ic*. of Rupert.'  TAKE NOTICE tl.at I. l<) .ward Thon  ies, of V.-.netiuvi, B.C., o.ioUfiii.nm, Tasv  e ler, inteuds to apply f >r perm ss.ion ������������������  pu.chnse the f.nlovsiug do cri'ei   lmds:  C������miinncin({   at  a yobt plaited   if-   ih  north east corner of Section   lli. Tnw������lii|  21, ihi'iice eust 80 ch'iiiiH. tlimce su li  40 chuius thence west 45 ohai' s mo-e n  less to  G orgia  Lake,  the ce wi������tt-rl.\  along uoitu i.hoie of lake 95 chain-, in. rt  or hfli tc where fleutioii line ho.w.eu   Sec.  '12 and lit i tersect.a Inne, thcuo-- oust. Uo  ciiuiiis more or los> to place of touimen.*������*  ineut insorib d on poit 80 cliiins to N. E.  oornor, E Tho-nhy, co'it.iui'ii} (SlOiurt's  more orh������������.   EDWARD TllURafLEY.  Wm. Le l.e, Ane,.i.  Du'ed Ju ie 28th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTKICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE tnat I, .-.ntimid Ilnw  den, of VutiODuvi-r. II. C, cccuundon mi  ing oniiinfor, inte'-ds m appl> f������r p-rm-s.  sio.i ui pucluiHO tlie  fnllowi u de. cr bud  lauds:-���������Ooiiimmioi'ii; at a p i.-,lpliiiit.il at  th- Month s\cnc corner o1' ** otion 2, T'ovi,  f.liip 21, th'-uco noi h 80 chhi ii,    ho -w  iut8o cliiiinH, tlienoe  so th 80  . lnii.8  thonce wo4 80 ohaius, '<> plitue of comm  e.iiieuitint, coutiunin-;' 040 .uios, iuo e or  Ins-. SAMUKh IDWDKiT,  Wim Leslie, aydi.t,  Dated June Slat, 1910  Form of Notice.  Coiet District,  District of Range 2.  TAKE notico that Verna Leek of Vancouver, ocoupatiou Spinster,  intends to  apply for permission to purchase the  following described landa;���������  Commencing at a post planted at the  North West coruer of No. 1, thence Webt  eighty (80) chains more or ie s to C. L.  8358, thenco North eighty (8:������) chains a-  long C, L. 3358, tliei.ee Earn e gh'y (80)  chains, thence South eighty (SO) chuius,  to the point of comineiiceme .t, containing six hundred and foity (040) acies  more or less.  VERNA LEEK  Nt me of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  J.ANDACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of NntieQ.  Coast Disiric-,  District of Range 2.  TAKE notice iliac Elauor Leek of Van-  couvi-r, i.ccupatioa Married ������oman, i>i-  tends ta apply for pern.i-.Bion to purehase  ;he following described lauds:���������  Commenci *g at a p >st plat ted at 'the  North Woit coruer of Nfn. 1, theuce Nirth  night} (bO) chains, theuce East (80) chain*  *tlience^outh"������ghty^(80)"^h*iir^'tlrenw":  Wont (SO) chaius, tu puiut of conimonct-  meut, containing ^ix hundred and forty  ncres, moie or less.  KLANOR LERK  Name of Applieant.  Dated June 4th, 1010.  LAND ACT. ~  ForuiNn.U.  Form of Ni. ioe,  Coast Dis rict Rn ge2.  TAKK NOTICK lh t Ka i.eriue Brown,  occupation  widow,  n.iondi  to apiily for  p rminitioii to pu i chaise the f llov. ing de-  surided   lands:   C imneneii g  at a .p j8<  planted at the uorth. ii -t corner of   No 2  (l)Hingtw i miles north of tho south want  corner of No 1) thenee rorr.li  eighty [80)  chuius,   tliOiCd wot  eight*.   (80) ohai c  theuco south eighty (80i cnains,   ilionet  feas'eighty 180] olmius, 11 the   point  i.f  eomiiieut'e.iifciit, ooptnii.ing ii.\ hundred  n'd forty [640) iicres, uioio or loss.  KATUKRINK BROWN,  Name of applicant  Daied Juno 4, 1910  northeast corner of No 6, being four i  miles north of the southwest corner of  No I, thence north 8o chains, thence  wesi So chains, thence souih 8o chains  thence east 8o chains to the point of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,.  Name of Applicant.  Dated Jiwe 4, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District of Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, occunation engineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  at a post planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (being three miles north of the  southwest corner of No 1) thence north  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of commencement; containing six hundred and   lorty,   640,  acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE tbat Burton Hollaed, of Vancouver; oooupation, ao-  oeuntact, intends to apply for permission 00 purchase tbe following desoribed lands: Commenoing at a post  plsnted at the north east oorner of No  12, being four milts north ������nd two  milis weet of the south west oorner oi  No. 1, thence Dortb 80 chains, thence  west 80 cbaine.thenoe south 80 obain**  thenee eaat 80 cbaioB, to the point ol  0 moiencemeot, ocntafoiug 6M0 sores,  more or less.  BURTON HOLLARD,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 7th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast Distriot, Range 2  TAKE   NOTICE    tbat   John   M.  Stewart, of Vancouver, occupation car  penter. intends to apply for   permii-  sion to purobase tbe following described   iands:���������Commencing   at a  prat  planted at tbe northwest corner oi No  11, being three miles north and three  miles west of the southwest oorner of  Nol, thence north 80 obains, thence  west 80 chair s, tbenee south 80 cbains  thence east 80 chains, to the point of  commencement, ccntaioing',640 sores,  more or itsa. JOHN M.STEVVART.  Name of Applioant.  Dated June 6,1910.  UUl'RKT LANU DISTRICT  Di-iiiict of J Upon.  TAKE NOTICE Hint lla-iho Awhby,. f  Vano./tiver,   B. C��������� i.ceiip.ii.iii,   ii.iii-rhi  woiiMi!, intends tn iippiy fer pmmsslo.  to puruniisiO tlu following (Is-suiiLiL'il iniuln:  CJion.e'Kiii'g at n post  planted  st tin-  sou.h east core ar of Hoot ion 8m, Township 21, thenoe north 80 oh������i. h, tlim.ro  watt 80 ohaini, ilmtioo u-utli 80 cbuins,  tlli'lici) rutt 80 I'hniiis, tn plant ol U'linni-  suceuieiit, cuiiluioiiH* (Ull ������oru.., insro or  Ifn. 1JAID-E ASHllY,  x\ in. Lusltu, Agent,  l)ilt(>(Uilii������21.Ht, 11)10  LAND  ACT-  Form No. 9,  ! iml': 1.        form of notice.  Coast District Range 2.  TAKE  NOTICE  that   William    H.  Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to  apply for permission  to   purchase   the   following   described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the north   east  corner of No. 6,   beimr  lour miles north of the south west corner  of N>.. 1; thence north So chains,   thence  east   80 chains, thence,   south 80 chains,  thence   west So chains, to the   point   of  commencement,  containing six hnndred  and forty acres, more or less.  WILLIAM H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District, Range 2  TAKE NOTICE tbat Alex F Brem-  ner, ol Beaton, occupation engineer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following d< scribed lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at tbe  northeast; cornirof No 12, being four  miles nortb and two miles west of tbt  southwest corner of No 1, thenoe nortb  80   ohains,   tbepce  east   80  ohsins.  hence south 80 ohains, tbenee west  80 eliaiob, to the point of commenci-  ment, coutaii ing 640 aoros, more or  Uai. ALEX F. BREMNER.  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 7,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form oi Notice,  Ooast Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that John Morav-  ic, oi Vancouver, occupation constructor, intends   to apply for permission  to purchase  the'  fcllovtiog   df scribed  landm-Commencing at a poet plant-fd  at the northeast corner of No 14, bi-  ing   five  miles north and  two nilen  wtst of tbe southwest corner of No 1,  hence north 80 chains,  tbenoe   wesi  80 chairs   tbenee   south   80 ohains.  thenoe ea-t 80 ohains, to tbe point ol  commencement, cntitamiue 640 aores,  moieorlesa.      JOHN MORAVIC,  Name of Applicant.  Jlsjed JLunj&J5,lM0U  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Alexander McPhee  of Vancouver, occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the lollowing described lands:���������Commencing at at a post planted at tbe north west  oorner of No. 12, being four miles north  aud throe miles west of the south neat co ���������  ner of No.l, thenoe north SO ohaitia,thence  weat 80 chains, thence south 80 chaius,  thence east SO chains, to the point of commencement, containing 940 acre*, more or  leas. ALEXANDER MoPHEK,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 6th, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  Ceaat District, Raige 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Naomi McPhee,  of Vaucouver, oooupation, mairied wonun  intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described landt: Com  mencing ac a post planted at tho north  weat corner of No. 14, being five, miles  noith and three miles west < f the south  west 001 nor of No. 1, thenee north 80  chains', thence, west 80 cliains, tlience  south 80 chains, thence east 80 oiuiins, to  the point of commencement, containing  040 acres, more or less*. o  NAOiMI McPHEE,  n     '   ��������� Name of Applicant.  Dated June 6th, 1910.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Tho ffrcnt Ul'rlro 'fonle, iiiid  only sail) vtluctiml Mn-.tlily  iRemiliisArt'on which wottmii can  ftopi'inl, Mulil in llii'im liwrrou  of aticiiHtli-N-- ������. ������' I ������0 i,  In ils'itri'esi mrcinroii ?.i| No. 8-  for .1:1. lJuI ciifiijH, 8,1 pur box  Bold V/   "  '  ail liniffrtl-'ta', or s'7."i  Iiti'lia.'d 0/1 ruueint, of prlpa  , _ rrve lutmulilot. Aililrwisi THU  -SfltKIflOieimCO..T0R0STO.OKI. il-mmrbi H'lV..Ws*!  Wood's JkofipJiodina^  The  (iri'nt,  Knu'ltii   ll'innl*/  I'liliCH ,1)1,1 l|t\ |.;,j.-u.'-l.tllllUlii.,.  iJIHI'VIJIIS   iVis'llltl,    llpki'il     'I'*���������  ���������ill-, nl In r.lil Vcliii, (''''.ijV.i*  'n/.'i Di'liUltri, Mi'iittil mel liniin ll'urru, )>  prilmenrii, lii'Xilijt Ir'Kil.iifiu, Hitlliitieus, H/, ������������������  iilnWniiirti, unit l',ir>i'l.i nf Vmsriie /'.n*(.������...->  ''���������'      ''���������'. 1 ...!'.-���������>��������� .������������������"���������'.:��������� ������'���������    '".���������'���������   '"i'1-.'l  wn) on i'ii,  I inntldl'five!' ���������%..������������������  ���������Jtii'imitti ll'i'iiiiur)  A t  ��������� \i-f  nn .r.li   ���������  pi'. ...1  pKl.lilll  RUI'i-.UTJ.ANiH i.AU  Dn'tri.'i of l.'ipi ri,  TAKK NOlICK tlm* .. ,., h  k*llh'*B, * f   '.  -In.  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Ktriiiige, i.f Wii,(|.-  tow 11, Csi'ie;*, iHlftnil, HiWii.illimer, in end  tn apply f r jtillllllS i.ill t������ Inline tlm full v*  inj,'-''.i'rl is,I fi'i'i'Shoro: Coii'iiiu 1 im. ii1  1  |*. ist |iliii'ii|   n* tliii  I iith whut   nn'I.  die   *.  . <|i.uri  i|i������..ii    lbv iiitnhi   no tli rl\* tr-'t,,  "*', >.* r. r-r ol iln. fric JiumI S, U  r ������"���������   il.li   -,H.     I' ,f     /   ln<,|t|.|.   th,.:, .,      r  ���������I'"-,' i-   1 H- l|lii,.i|y ,1 rs 11 Ii 11 ..,,   ,. i|,,  "���������-'ler  nf the shox* linn I.. * p.1,1,1 .,..  ' ��������� I'- ���������iilltl'.-ily lr.,|u fix, miiu -,, u   ,���������,.  liti    f (In. |r.,t;tt,,|,,|    H, IV    s|,lnf.f    ��������� ,.  'id*. .'I', en*'!./ |,|nn'i. 4inl . i..!i.'.,; ,,_,. ,  it   f.irexlutiM   In 11 in , i.w 11  t.i i. w u it  marli,  I'ii .il 'ul   Mill, MMO.  Clio   II. .ill A Nli Jt  LAND ACT.  Form No. 0.  Iform oi Notice.  Const Dish iot,  Dintrior 1 f Rango No G  TAKE NOTICK tlmt Annie Uroinnor, of  Bictou, (K-oipatioii opiiHt'i', intends tu apply ioi' pcrmiislon to ptiichiiRo tho follow  log ilffloibod Innd-: toiniiK tioing nt a post  pliinto.l nt thu imrthi nst corner nf No, *J  (being two inilm north of iho soutliwo-a  comer of Nn. I) tliouooiionli eiglry [80)  uluiinH,  thenoo eiut lighty (80) eluiii)',  thvnoai.uth ���������ighty (8UJ   uhauis, th*-iico  woi.t. cif-hty 180) ihiilns to point of coin-  iiiiiiici'Uiunt, cui.tslsiing nix huudred ami  furty (UIO) iioniH, moru nr Wm,  AXNIR HKKMNBU,  Niune of Applii.-iiiit.  Dated Juno .1, 1010.  lAKli ACT-  Form Nn. <y.  Coast District  HiMiict of Rmgc 2.  TAKE NMTICK th.it Kdwin I' Ihuin-  ner, of Vancouver, occiiprxtion broker, in-  tends 10 apply for pcrinnsion to puirltasi-  the following descii^i-d I.ih'Ji, Chid-  mencing ut .1 post pi.'iuied nt ihn norih-  east corner of N(i 4 (being three miles  nonii ol 1 tic somliwcsi coiner of No 1)  uiciicu innm eigiity ho uiiiin-s, ihenci-  ttcsi eighty, 80, i'ii sins, ihi<iice south  t-i,;lii),'Ss', s Ii.iiiis, tliciis.i: c.im eighty 80  1 ii.siiiiitii pniiil nl i iiiiiini-nci'iiient, con-  i.iiiinil! six liuiulu-d and Corlv Kmo) acres  111011: or les.-i,  KDWIN 1' IlltKMNEK,  Nana* uf Applu.ant  Dated J1111C4, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No (), I  Form ol Noi ice. I  Ciwit Di^lrirt, i  District ol I-Jnngn .. I  TAKE NOTICK th.if   Helen   S|i:m-;  mm, of IliiNlon, UK.up.ilisiii sii.sk rd   vm-;  i-i 11, uiieiiiU t" <*������������l������������v !'������������������   p������-iiu.N������..iii mi  puri-li.siw* thf following ilesruhfl  i.inl'jj  I Ciiipincns in|f ������t  ���������'���������   i������'*i pUnu d .1 th.- *  District of Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that George Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intend= to apply for permission to purchase the follcwing described lands  Commencing at 11 post planted about one  mile west from the north west corner ol  No 2, being two miles nortli and two  miles went of the south west corner of No  1; thence north 80 cnains, thence east 80  chains, thence south 80 chains, more or  lc*s to C. L. 3358, thence west, 80 chains  along said license to point of commence  ment, containing 640 acres, more (ir less.  CEORCE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  form No. 9.  Form*of Notice.  Const District Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tint Robert H.Ellis  of Vancouver, occupation,broker, inlends  to npply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Commencing  ut n post plumed at tlio souih west coiner of No, 10, being two miles north and  two miles west of the south west corner  of No. 1, tlience north 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence si null 80 chnins,  more or less, thence cast 80 chains, to  point of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or less.  ���������ROHKlvTIl. ELLIS,  Name of Applicant.  Datod .Inun 4th, 1010.  LAND ACT.  Foim No. 9.  Form of Notico,  Co.ist District Knnge 2.  TAKK NOTICE llm John  (5. Arm-  slrnni', of Viincouvcr, nervation, clerk,  intends 10 apply for permit lion to purchase   the following described linds:���������  Commencing   at   a post pUnted nt the  northeast corner of No. 11, buing iluce  miles north and two miles   west   of the  smith west corner of Nu, i; ihence njtrlli  8.1 chiiins, thence west 80 chains, thuncc  thence  smith 80 rhiiuis, ilier.cn east   80  cli.iins, i.j the  point ol riimmenceuient,  cuiiliiiniiiK 640 acref, mure or less.  JOHN (J. ARMSTRONG,  Name of Appilcnnt.  Dated June 4th, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Nol ice.  Cn.'isi District Rin^o 3,  TAKE NOTICE thstfl. titv.de MA.  land, 0' V������noou������pr, frcupsifon, 111st-  rird woiiiir, Inicndi to apply lor pi r  raiuinu to ptirohase the follovlnu d���������  sorllfd lands) Comnii-i,clue at n n< A  nUnied at the north oist rorneroi iN>  11,  leitiv ll'ttt) mil's north nnd   t*i  mild ������������*������si ofil'#H -.���������' cirn^r*' V  I. ih.'iice ori-lb h 1 i-i ij ih, th������noi' "������ h  Ml   r^ni'is    ih-nci H.iti������i|   H>) et*.i .  .lin ef ������ 1 "I. oil s In il, in ili* ;v nii*  ,*i.*j������iii.(-i(>ri,i in, ootits i ili.B ('40 ee.fi  >t, re "' I' ���������*.  OERTHUIIK HOLLAND  N'lnm if Vpplic-sm  DkikI Jin. 4 ', Kiln,  JTIIROIURK FOU THE NEWS  ONU' ONL Dul UU A VKAIt.  LAND ACT.  Form No 9.  Torn ol N i ioe.  Gobs'. District, Rioge 2.  TAKB NOI ICE that Jose-, b Mor-  avic, of Vanoouver, occupation engiu-  car, intends to apply lor ppn������ i sion fo  purobase the lollowingrit scribed lands:  ComaiHociog ut ������ post plnnted at tbi  mrthtaat comer < f No 14, being Bit  mi'ea north and two onles weat of thr  h uihweateornar ol N 1, tht-nee nortb  80 oIiumis, tlseioe ensi 80 chain-*,  t'.i'nres u'h 80 cliaiiit, tin uce west 8(>  chains, to the point 'I oommeoc. -  mtut ooDtbiuinv U40 ncres, more or  linn, JOSEPH MORAVIC,  Nsis e of Aiplieant,  Dated June (3 1910  LAND ALU'.  Fcrsii No 9  Form of Notico.  Oofs'- J.Hrict, R������"ge 2.  TAKE   NOl'ICB    that    Wiilincn  Haiue-', of Vnndou^'or, oooupation fote  man,intendi to apply for pirn.i-Mloi  to ptirohsBfl the  following   (IrsoHib'-d  lands.-���������Commpncitio, at a |iobi plnuttd  hi the northPnat ooruer of No 10, be-  ir<-z six   mih8 north and two   miles  weat of the mitithwad corner uf No 1  thenoe north 81) chnins, thenoe west  80 ebaine, thnnce south   80  clinics,  tbenoe <u������t 80ohsins, to thp point 0'  eomnunreuitmt,oiinniii)ini* 010 anrri,  mors or less. VVILLIaM HAlNKS,  Niiiuu of Applioaut,  Dated Jimp (1 1010  LAND AUT.  Form No 0.  Form of Notion,  Cotmi. Distriot, Rango 2.  TAKB  iJOnCF, tbat tieiM 0,  Pratt, of Vanoouver, oooupation  ae  annntant, iufuds to sppiy for   por  mitstii to pnrchaisttm lollowing dn  serib'tl l������nd������:���������Oommrnii Ktuapon  plant'(I ������t tho nortbi-act oornor of No.  10, being nil miloi  north nnd twu  miles n**t ol the noutli west oornpr of  No 1 tliHiico north 80 obaiui, thence  ca 8(1 chsii r, tht> o-soiHi 80 olnin**,  1 lioimo wont 80 olmittf. 10 Mi" polo 101  (i in nfOMimi'iit, noil .ininp IM0 acros.,  muni or lean'. OKOUcE O, PUATT,  N,iae ut Aiiilioant.  Dated Jnr 0 6, 1010  LAND ACT.  Fu,-iii $0.9.  Coast District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE thst Lewis J. Bull, of  Vaicouver, occupation, foreman, itsteuls  to apply' for  pi'i'ini-siou to purchnso   tlio  follosing deBuribed   lands: Uommoi cing  at a post phuted ut the north u eat coins r.  of No. 16 being mx miles u<>ithaad tl>re������  miles west of the south wtst ooruer of No  ], theuce north 80 chain*, t.hoi,ee we t  80  chains, thonco aouth  SOcliniut.,   thence  east 80* chaiiiH, to the point.,{ conmiei-i 0-  inent, coutaiiiii.gG-iOucsoii, 111010 or losa.  LKW1S,I,UULL,  Numo of Applioant.  DatedJune Oth, 1910.  LANU ACT.  Fnrm No. 9.  Form of Notico.  Const District;, Hnngo 2.  TAK1S NOlToli) Umt Aluxauder J. Stow  nrt, of Vnuoauver, outupiitio.), lurpontei*,  in loads to apply for peru.inhinn ti imr-  ohn-e the fnllo"ing   dasuribed ht'ds;������������������  Coiiimouciiig ut a  post  plantod en tne  tih'U'U   about "Ji   mil s in   n s-oiith w������-  terly dirootion frmn thu somh wos'. oir-  ntrof   No. 1,   thence ninth   HO  ohmim,  thonce eaat 80 oh..iiis, tlwnou s-uitlt  80  ohiiim.   tltvnuo went bO chiiins, to   point,  nf  ooinnumcomeut, couUuiIiih G-10 iioi'im,  more or loss.  ALIiXANDKR ,T, STKWAUT,  Niiiuo of Appliuaut.  Dato Juuo 9th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9. Form of Nonces  Const Dialriut, Um.iju 2,  LAND ACT.  Form No U.  ���������:������������������!.  ��������� ^.m. 1    ;  Form os Nnlinn.  Connt District, lUnge 2.  TAKK NOTIOB lhar Dave Fpr������o.  ���������r������n,nl Vsncntivi-r, orenpstlnn butohvr  inietitt* to npply for pirmiMlon fo  onrohasp    tha    followlnir    dpsnrllipil  iaodu���������Cn*T,rri������iicin������ata post planted  npar liip reach at th������- sriiuwePI oompr  of No ]], lii'iiiu two mils* north  and  i|i������r->* in iim wat id tho kou'I wist eor>  oil of 1N0 1, ihcnop north  80  obalna,  ihpnri'w������m HOclsis, theuca loutl.  hflclifliis, ninrn ri I a* 10 short Hurt,  ii.incii     .art    811    chaina      alnny  siiisii* lirr i������ nnint of oommm romrnt,  .������������������mUli.il., r-|0 Hi'ifs, ii*i������p 01 It-aa.  JMVB FKHUUHON,  >'������iup (,( Applicant.  Uatrrf .lonr 0, IttlO  TAKB NOTICK Ihnt Klizilutli Jauo  Smith, of Vummuvor, ooaiipntion, mnnioil  wonmii, iutomli) to npply f,ir imruiiHsinu  to puroh������ho thu following doaorlbi-d IhhiIh;  C������)inraoiiol..������ nt 11 pnnl plnnted nt the  ���������outliuMtoor.ier of Nn. 1, thonoo s mn  80 chains, mora or Imu to shorn llie, tilHt,.  ce eaat 80 eluins nlui.g nnrlhcrii honuilii y  of No. Ull, Uiimcr nurtli 80 uIiiiiiih, thoiit'o  west 80 ohniiiH, to point uf cuiinmniouuiui t,  uoutainiig UIO acre-, nu ra sir Inns,  KUZAllOTII.lANKH.MnTi,  Nmiio of Applicnut.  WiiteJuno Oth, 3010,  IF YOU \\.\ST  GOOD PRINMB  OIVU US A TIlIAf.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 0. Form of Notioe,  (.',.,.'. iJ^uii.*.,  Langu -,  TAKK NOTICK tlmt David thumi  Milur, of Vanoouvor, oueopatinn. car|M-n������  ter, intends to npp'y for puriiiliuluii to pur-  oh mo the folhtwinn danorllwil Lii'lu-Ciiu  "I'll    "."^'     ���������' .       ���������.       f .       )......v.������       A*       ,.l.       I,.* >l|t.  ������asl. corner nf No, 1. ilium* north 8|) ehaini  thenoe cant 80 ol nina, thpuea aouth HO  vhai'ia theuce wesc CO cli*������in*������, to point of  coiiiiiisitioeimnt, cm.iJiiiinit 010 suns u.urn  et list,  UAVII) DAWSON MIl.t/K  Naineot Applicant.  OatPdJaaa Oth, HMO.  FOR HALK A five ronrnvt}  lioiiKi'Oti Imlf Int. Fur fiiitlii-i jinr-  licnli.r.s i������|iii|) nf ihi,* (J||i',.  FOU SAI.E-K11.i1h i'lrmhr  Tvpcwi-itei fn p������--im1 nivlcr, (Vr  $\iir*.l)U will wil fm- !**i<t.0(l. A|������.  jly ni thi* utliu*. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9. Form of Notice.  Coast Diatriot,  Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tbat William F. Smith,  of Vancouver, oooupation, carpenter,, intends to apply for permission to purchase  thefollowii g desoribed landa:���������Comineno-  iog at a poat plauted at the north east cor.  tier of No. 1, thence north 80 chaios, thonce  eaat 80 chains, thence aouth 80 chains,  tlunca west 80 ohaina, to point.of commencement, coniaiuin^ 640 acres, more or  low. WILLIAM l<\ SMITH,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June Och, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9 Form ot Notice.  CoaBt District,   Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Margaret McKiv-  or, of Vancouver, occupation, married wo  nan, intenda to apply for permission to pur  Ghana the following dancrihed lands:���������Commencing at a post planted at the north east  corner of No. 3, being two milea north and  one mile cast *,f the south wost corner-of  No. 1, thonce north S'd chaina, theuce east  80 chains', tht hoc tomh SO chaina, thence  weat SO chain-, to the point of commencement, contai-' ng 010 acres, moro or less.  iwAliUAtiET MoKIVOR,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 9 h. 1910.  if EMM    BEER    ( **, ���������   The drink of strong men and healthy women.  BREWERY BEER  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo, B.C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -     FOB   SALE  BY      ���������     -  Wal'worth-Rolston Co.  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vanoouver,  Ltd  B. C.  VRIL  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  Addalittle BOVRIL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  67  LANU ACT.  Form No. 9. Form s i Notice.  Coast Dist; lA, Uange 2.  TAKK NOTICK that Annie Higham, of  Vanoouvor, ocoupi'i* u, married womtiu, in  tei tin to apply for permission to purchase:  the following described landas���������Cumnieuo-  ing at a post plauted at the north eust corner of No. 5, heiug three milea. north ami  one mile eaat of the south weat corner oi  No. I, thence 80 chains north, thence 80  chains east, theuce SO chaina south, thouc-e  80 chains west, to the point of commencement, eautafcning C-tO aoree, more or less.  ANNIE HIGHAM,  Name of Applicant.  Dated Juni-a.h. 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form. of.Notice.  Coast Diatriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICK that Maggie Armstrong  --o{-V'aTTeonvT5i7^sropat*ionrEarris.<l woma n  intends to apply for peruiiaasim to purchase  the foll������wio������ described lands:���������Commencing at a pout planted a* tlie north oast cor-  ������ *mt uf No. 7, bung four milea north and  one mile east of tne aouth weat corner of  No. 1.. thence north SO-chaina, theuce cast  i SO chains, theuoe south 80 chnins, theuce  veat 80 chaine, to the point of eumuieiioi-  ;    went, containing 04(1 aorea, mine or leat,  MAGGIE ARMSTRONG,  | Name of Applicant,  '   lUtod Juue 9th, 1010..  0������  tf)  i  fi  0  W  <  tn  ui a a  & 4 -a  < a *"  >Md  S a <m  "��������� td ������  is ������  S : i*?  o     .  J.  ->  t *  XeW  . *  5!*=-    -  -3   .��������� >  pi   2   o  D   i ^  * I a  JS  T  ry,  .'������ Ci d,  miK O  o a o  W ������ CO  o  c  ������  a  v  g r  a, ���������>  ���������*  8  to   a.  41   \  ���������a  a. J.  ���������4l   *  ���������a  a  d  aa  2  a  c  s  JS  H  ������  -a  m,  a)  ���������tf  ii  d>  P.  o  o  -I  w  hakinxahada  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  belonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land  of the said Oompauy, -will .bo pros,  ecutud tn the full extent of the law.  W. L COULSON,  Cieneral Manager,  Wellington.Colliery Oo,y.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  mxy curs of the Union Colliery  Company by. any person jr per-  isms���������except lain crew���������ic- strictly  proh'l-U-ad. Knipioyees rre suh-  ec to LiHinissal for allowing  sam-  By order  W. L.  COULSON,  General- Manager.  Almost New  MOTOR  CAR ..  "BARGAIN  A model ten, 4 cylinder Buick  Automobile, carries four passengers, is complete with top, glass  front; lull set of head, sido and  tail lamps, and other equipment-  This car has not run over 2,000  miles, is in A 1 shape. Cost over ������1,400.  Owner will taka $1000 for.  Thos. PLIMLEY  1 no Gov,t Street, Victoria, B.C..  ISlf Opposite Spencers  0. H TARBELL^  HIGH GRADE STOVES1  And all KITCHEN   '.UTENSILS ���������  WATER NOTICB.  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Division <"-f  Comox District.  (a) The name of Company In full:  Comox Logging and Railway Company.  The head office: Fraser Mills, B.C.  !   The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up: $250,600, divided into 2500 shares of 1100.00 each   fully  paid up.  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b.) The name ot the lake, stream  or source (if unnamed, the deacrip-  tiqn is) Wolf Creek.  (c.) The point of diversion: At thc  Falls on Wolf Crock about one mile  below Wolf Lake.  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second) 10 cubic foet.  (e.) The character of the proposed  works: Generating plant, power  works, electric work and plant, and  other machinery and conveniences  necessary for producing power.  (f.) Tbe premises on which the -water is to he. used (describo same): In  the vicinity of and on Company's  property,. Comox District,  (g.) The purposes ..for which the  water is to be used*. Generating electricity and other power for light,  heat, and, use of all machinery and  conveniences at the Company's desire  (h.) If for irrigation describe the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage  ;   = viT  . -T  Best Yeast  Always the same,  and just as  good aa over. The ���������-(-iiaml Duke"  Cigar.  LAND MUJSTUY AOT.  'IN TUB-MATTER-of un ui;piien-'  lion for n Duplicate Certificate  of Title t* pun of Section One,  Oomox District  NOTICK lu ht*ruby piven tlmt it  (is my intention at the oxpira'ion  pf oiu month from thftdfiio of tbe  fii'sH publication hereof to tseue u  Ouplieaio Or ti fien to of Tit<e to  (ibnvo Innd isHtiwI to John RaptHe  ,,-SiddUigs on IhoflQih day of July  '890 and nmn bored 2275������,  J. P. McLBOD,  Deputy K<iglt������!rnr Guneru),  jivnd Registry Oflico, Viotorli., B.C,  I'bc IJUh tUy ot* Juno 11)10.  is  Sold and  Used  Everywhere  U W. Glllutt Co., Lir\  Toronto, Ont,  Sportsmens Goods  1 and  General Hardware  *   FAIRFIELD  *  - STORE Z  JACK,  J.  'HOP  mmtm  If Sitti������1'actioii - Buy n "(it'itiid  Iltikti" and hnvo wititsfuctiou, Ui������-  |>n niailu, band mado. nn.) nnidu  bm ������l������ui' llavaiiit Killor,  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convi������num<,p for gviwls.  Tho Oential Hotel for 8port8im>n  Nniid hut thc Best of Wines and iJqiior-i  ���������it the Hiir.  RATES  REASONABLE  At*  ������  tt*  (t*  It*  at*  (t*  <*  'V  m t  4} Dnnsinnir Ave,   Cumborlnnil (t*  * <������  ������������V*V->V'^V^^*V-^H������������?^#*ir  ���������mmmvammr.*** **.���������** '-*>W"^--f������^*������*K**������������������������(:,**������*%������������*������w������-������������������������  CA9'b<*^t^w<><ti>->*><>999'>9<>9->  A Vine Assortment of  the. Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco.  Vancouver Ice Cream,  WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given, that aa  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to ob-  tain-a-license-ih-the "Division of  Comox District.  (a) The name of Company in full:  Comox Logging and Railway Company,  The head ofttce: Fraser'Mills, B.C.  The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up: Capital $250,00Q divided into 2500 shares of. $100.00 each  luUj' paid up.  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b) The name of, the lake, stream  or source    (if unnamed, the descrip  tion    is)     Unnamed   Creek, flowing tion ns   authorize the proposed  ap-  (i) If the water is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place where the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return: Will be returned to Tsolun river, near Section 81, Comox District.  The point of return is about 200 ft.  lower than the point of diversion.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended tn  be occupied by the proposed works:  None.  (k.) This notice was posted on  tho  28tbjl.ay_of-J.ulyr-lfll0ratid-appli"cP"  tion will he    made to the Commlh-  sioner on the 7th day of September,  1910.  1.) Give the" names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to  be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet:  Esquimau & Nanaimo Railway of  Victoria; Canadian Wentern Lumber  Co., Ltd., of Fraser Mills, B.C., and  O. Bristol, Sanwicb, B.C.  Attach copy of such parts of the  Company's memorandum of agaocia  ��������� the place where the water is to to  returned to some natural channel*  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return: At a convenient pl-ce below the.  Stoughton F, lis in the vicinity Outlet Brown Rivtr, Sections 10 and 14,  Tp. 9, Comas District;* The point of  return is about 100 feet lower alti-  tudo than the point of diversion.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended to-  be occupied by tbe proposed worksr  None.  (k.)This notice was posted on the  27th day of July, 1310, and application will be made to the Commissioner on the 7th day of September,  1910,  (1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licenses who or whose lands are likely  to be affected by tbe proposed works,  either above or below the outlet: Wellington* Colliery Co., Ltd.  Attach copy of such parts ot the  Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works.  ( Bignatura )    WELLINGTON    COLLIERY CO., LTD.,  A. D. McRae, President.  P.O. Address) Victoria, ,B.C.  Bstract from Memorandum of Association of Wellington Colliery Company, Limited:  (a) To acquire hy purchase, grant,  lease, or in any other manner * * * ���������  water and rights to water *���������'������������������������  (d) To carry on the business of ��������� ���������  * ��������� electric light, beak and power  supply ��������� * * ���������  (g) To manufacture and -aee ee aj  motive power electricity ������ ������.������������������* and  to manufacture or acquire plant,  machinery, apparatus and materials  of every kind for the production and  distribution of electricity * * ������ ��������� to  generate, use or dispose of, Bupply-  or distributo electricity ������ * ������ * fpr  lightlng or motive power *,* * * and  to construct, lay down, establish and  carry out' cnblss, wires, lines, accumulators, lamps and works ���������' * * * .  S.5."LITH!A  j>;  9  t*  **  o  o  0  p.  *  o  o  it  o  o  o  I KOU SAMS-A  Kcml Run-  out Automobile, 13-lS Htirao-  .wor 4 aylluiliM\ ull Nowly paint-  , now tyorit, itnd ovorytliinp; coin-  teJt-prlco 8700.00.     Apply to  |{, .luliiihtoii, Cdui'totiny Hotol,    ���������   tli. <h Kmilo  I'ipu fitting nnd  liiioral repairing.  Sioi only is tt ft nice mild  oke, but the "Grand Dnkc'*  (rtr hag nil tho*se necessary  lltties which give so much  isfaction to the smoker.  John Johnston.    Prop  W���������l" 11KMIIIW11111111 Will ������������������IIH���������������������������KMI���������IIIUI IIIH  NOTIOK TO THE. PUlUilO.  Having built it large wiiiiihouHoiiiul iii'll  tit CourU'nuy, I will In fii'uro kooii ou  li'inil ������ utoo'i df nil Und������ of Hay, (Iwiu,  find Kuuil ������t low cut maiket riitoH, A  speulnlty will lw iiimlo of M'ler oiiikIumI  filed for humtit*wlihib ������lll nnihn iv mivln������  of 111.H thlrfl In tlm oowl of fnnl, Onlom  ({Ivi'ii thtitonmnt.er nr hy phmio ������1U ho  ���������iromp'ly lllleil, ThiiiiUinuyim fnr your  p-.tr im������M lu thc p������Hti ������ml Holioi'ln������ ft uon  iiuii'iii'iMif ihi'smn^ 011 hiMuUr bun*, 1  I>v*k to ini hin  Voui-h tdwimmiiint,  nvuoN citAWFoun.  Dialer in  AW, KINDS OP  I Fruit, Candy Cigars  ii Cigarettes & Tobacco.  \\ Uonont lllock,  u   OUMIIICRIvAND, Jl.O.    Jl  O *t  ll ���������  through L. 42, Comox, District,  (c.) The point of diversion: About  lOOO ft. above tbo Bridgo at croesiug  of Nanaimo Road and about 1500 ft.  above mouth.  (d.) Thu quantity of wator appliod  for (in cubic feet per second) One  cubic foot.  (0,) The charactor of tho proposed  works: To ho piped for supplying  water to- machinery to be used in  connection with Railway and Lopping  operations.  ((.) The promises on which tho water Ib to bo used (describo Biimo): In  tbe vicinity of and over Company's  RiRht of Wny and property in Comox  District.  {%.) The purposes for which the  wuter Ib to ho used: Industrial (supplying water for machinery),  (li) If for irrigation dCBcrlho thu  land intended to ho irrlftatod, rIvIhk  cicruttRQ,., ,��������� ,���������������������������������������������, , ,   (i.) If tho watered to bo usod for  power or mtninp; purposes describe  tho placo whoro tlic water is to ho  returned to some natural channel,  and tho dllloroncn in altitude botwocn  point of divoTHlon and point of return   plication and works.  (Signature) COMOX LOGGING AND  RAILWAY COMPANY, LTD.,  By A, D. McRao, Director,  (P.O. Address) Frnsor Mills, B.C.  EXTRACT    from   the  Act of thn  Comox Logging nnd Railway    Company authorising tho proposed application and works:  Sub-section (e) of Section 8 of tbo  Comox Logging and Railway Company Ant:���������  "(e) To nt.ake, apply for, pui-chnmi  "or otherwise ncquiro water and  "wntor roenrds, nnd to enjoy and  "nxorclHO nil tho rights, powers,  "and privileges of f* power <*om-  "pnny under Pnrt IX of the "Wa-  "tor Act," or nnv statutory modi-  "tication thereof."  Vilvtirti^t'H will t'onfi'i' 11 fiivtn*  bi-iii'j'itifl tti ���������Imir inlu. not. litter  \\ Mumlny, iw tlii������ will einthlu  j, pi'intwiM, to inwt it in tlm  ,,t iwittv on tlio foliowiurt Ttuig.  UNION S. S. CO., of n.c. Ud  Weet! t-iiil ;u-n'i.v   U-tiui-u  -.'imcouvui,  NiiiiM'no, Union, Comox, by the  Ht*������*ICfjd-uliut|tuviii iph'W  Mtomnor "COWICHAN*"  Hl|in..j    1   ; j  Loiiv������e Vninionvi"', Sutitrduy 8 p ni   I  Airivim N%niiiiiiii, Kntnri'iiy I'J p 111    I  Ai-rlvi'H Union, HiiiiiIjj* (I n 111  Airivw. Comox,  Kuiulny H n in  KnitiriiiiiM:*-  I<piivi'h Comox, Mumlny 4 p m  Ijiwvhn n������i'i.. Siiiiduy 5 y m  Arrlvo. Niiiiihno, .Sitii'l'iy II p m  Airi������"������ v'wii'inivor MihhIm>' 7 11111  ���������"ilnRe hnve* Vt inn fnr CimiIh'. hm    1 v  JOHN McLEODS  CAN'OV, FIIU1TH.  CKMIW * TOIJAOOOH  NOTICE  Kvi-ry Monday and Tuewhty I  will be in town to deliver I'rcsh  llutter and sill kinds ul'Vcgctiibluw  mul     11 iho  ������0ll I'llWIp.  piitiitucH;  will  t'fflU YliUK,  Sandwick.  ������'. L", Kind*-, driller in   stovcR  tnd nt nge v, nlso plumbing   and  k   A/1   Im   t-Ur. \Tf\������������c    *st������*'l"11"  11   t\li   111   lilt. lM'AV>i���������y Hundn- mori.ii-������on iirnval ol'COW  ixjti       Trv   it |lCHAN;"f ai-.Umv** ('..i������i*rlm<tH<.������ol jpipe*  thiu.fi and ������encrnl le-pflir-  t/*'      * v   ,u U t |.m, ,*enntvtinm <,Anh itumu     -jjur.   Local Agent (or the Oliver  IUmUmi.  [TyjK-w  I llll.  (j.)Aroa of Crown land intended to  ho decupled hy tho proponed works'  None.  (IO Thin notico wah pouted on tho  27th day of July, ItUO, and application will ho mndo tn tho Commission'  er on the 7th dny of Hoiit������m������ier, 1910  fl.) Ulve the- nnmeri nnd addreBscH  of nny ripnriiin prnprietorH or llnsn-  ikib wiin or wlume Inndn nro llkt'ly to  be oflectod hy thn prnpiiwsd worfe*,  either nbnvc nr below the nutlot.  Mm, or Dr, Millard, Cniirteniw. tie  1 Atutcii i:n|iy nf ���������Biich parta nf the  C i.,j>.n.i '1. iiiiMiioi nitiltnn of itiiwieln-  tjon o������ anthnrUe tho proponed appll-  enttoi-i nnd worlt*.  fSlnmliire) COMCK l,0(KUNO AND  n.Mt W\Y COMPANY  r.y  A. U. Mell'ie, Ulreftor,  tn.ci, AddroKP) Krr������������r M'IIh, ll.C,  Wntrnet from the Act nf thc Cnninv  LiiKPlni? and Tlnlh-.*oy Compe"V   ������':  tliorNlii*!* 'bo    prnpnuei!   applledf!"  nnd vr-ri-i;  q,,(,.,-^/.������t���������n   r*\   ,-f 1i.r'i,.��������� k ,,f i|..  Comet  tnetrlra and Hallway  Cnv  re"v ,f������-  "fe.l To ni*-'*, nprhr ter, nurehaie  Onr    rilbrntmntim*   ne*,:!*-*, ������i������'������^r   "'  ��������� ������������.nlr������.   r*r>*,rmt     a.-*   *n   v'o"     mm s  ��������� l������>������j.ri>l<.<| *���������*} ,*,��������� r) ll, ., tr.ri  "������rl Ti1\*-X\r"r+ ' l *, rirmmir fi-mi  ...    .....   ���������,.,*..   *���������>,������������������   m   ,|  .������,������ ..-V   ���������-  .n������t. m* *.*.- mi^i^fy rnr>*ifen  "ti'd tbereef,"  WAT1CR NOTICH.  NOTICE ia horoby given that an  application will bo mado under Part  V. of tlio "Water Act, 190!)," to obtain a license in the Division of  Coinox District.  (n.) Tlm mirno nf Company in full:  Welllnntoii Colliery Co., Ltd.  Thn bond ohlco: Victoria, D.O.  Thu capital, how dlvidod, showing  amount paid up: J2.OO0.000 dtvlrtod  into 20.DOO nharcii of 1100.00 onch,  fully paid up,  (If for mining purposed) Free Miner's Certificate No   (h.) The niinio of lake, stream or  nnurce (if unnamed, the description  Is): Pmitledgc lliver,  (c.) Tlie point of dlvtrolon: At a  -oint above the Vtxlltt on the Vimt-  Iwlre Hiver, Cnmnt Dltitrlct,  Ul.) The inirntlty of wnter aprliod  for (in ruble feot per necond): UOfl.  'i-x "���������v.- .',,.<.,',( ,,,* um inopneed  wnrV*-'* f'.eeev-l'*���������.** 'I'u.t, jK.^tif  "���������nrliH, nnd dee trie, works end plant  nd other maehlnery rnd *������������������*������  lencea necwi*nry for prodceiiiR power,  tt,\ T,te nrem-lxed on whteh t^e wn  ���������it i" i" '" ��������� .   !.'.,.������'���������  *iiuci. or  ���������nd 'n 'i.-intty of tb* Wlltn-fn C.-.I-  l|i-rv ^nmnnny'd I,t'. Vteaertt and  hfddlni-s In Conox D^tr'e*.  <v.) Tim pcr"r������������f������ on mhi'h Dx* wt*  'i**r tn to X,* nurd', rt-e-r-ttrtf #leetr|(-  y**i n*td ntb<*r ttnw-r t-m H*-l">,   *"������������'  i.e-'T, nmr-tion c* m.it'-r*, e-i*������|**i*--i  ��������� ���������l  t*\ne*'let-v nt r\t *������tr*t-   *r ���������* '-t-rt  *-i)j for *)���������* ewt*vlr* <f ���������*'' 'etw-t  *ed f������rtvl|*f������i of n T<ow������*r   fnmfanT  , vr r"-t. 4 rt **-o-e Art.  I,  ,   *t   f-������   ������p,|������,������|������������������   *t+i..ll.m      **.*  ' . 1 n-im,-4,d ������/i ������e 'rlfa-tfd. ^tvip-  rTTIl       ,. ...   Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  j! B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G.IJ. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox.B. C.  wa���������wwn������ww*'w>iwwiwmm- ii������siiiwnne������ii������nm���������11  COAST J.AND DISTKICT,  Pietriot of Coast, b,Hn:>;e2.  TAKE NOTIOE thut Krmi-t Atkins, of Vancouver, B C, occupn  tion linetnlh, ituondu to apply for-  pannisBion to purclmio the follow  ing described  land?:   Oommonning  at. 11 I list  jusnted   about  5  rnilen  nonb and 2 miln������ i-to-) of tliohou* 1i-  tj.ist ni 1 rnor oi 0 L  rtSoS,   tlnincii  Houtli   80  cbniiii������, ihwice wn-t. 80  cIiimiii',. thoiicii  north  80  chainn,  thencci dftst 80 cbiiins to   \\on  of  eoiuii)eiiwin������n",    (snni������iriii)n   640  Hcres, morn or lee?  ERNEST ATKINS  Dnted .Tiily27l!i, IftlO.  (50AST LAND DISTKICT.  IMstrlct ni Cuii-t, RiinB������ 2.  TAKK NOTICK that hma  H������rvny Fin, ��������� d Viuicniivrr, H 0 ,  nmnipHtion io-iiiikii'.', int^ndH to up.  ply for p������ni>i>*i*inn io purnlicHt' ihn  iiiUnwinp di't-oriiifd lftiirl?; Cum-  menciriK nt 11 pa-t planted about .">  milt** uortb t\nd '} milo** *t������t ftl ������-lw  .on hoatt miliar nf CkM38,tb*cea  north hi) ('huinf, ihencu oim, 80  oh������in������, ti-nco  r tt I 1   Ht-lniii.*,  llOl'CH VIVA V0 CimiliP    tO    JOrt    td  ���������iimnii'ncpiiinnt.   <*o 1 -1 -i ��������� ?"(���������    **io  Kiri'i". moit* of l"av  1AMKH HKnVKY FKK.  ').*'.ro J'dy 27'b. : (Ut,  lUA>r I.A.'-'ii  DlHTlMf'T.  D'    r.ct n{ On.trt, lt-iin<- '-���������  TAKK NO'llCK ttui Hteb������ra I>  l.ai-.' n, ii Vinonuver, W.l).,mt\\\\t--  man, inirini- io������pi<lv for "<-rrni ���������  inn in ptitol>n*������* tlm f* 'JnwM.f? ���������'"  rribnl Iniul'. ������'"ii'l/i' i.n. u ii' <  \m*l 1 1,-inIi i ���������':,) > v , :. ..  .Hid H inil'-r vnt-  1*1111 O nf li,',. 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She bad been lookinR for him all
through the warm spi-ins. uud now,
late iu May, she fell that he must
come. Another week would bring ihe
JJOth of the month, and Memorial day.
with its tender .observance of all the
beloved dead, would come to crush
down her cherished hope of Itobert'a
Esther looked wistfully across the
pasture, and tears filled her blue eyes
until hillside and pointed cedars were
a dark blur.
When she had wiped them away
some one was coming wearily dowu
the narrow path���some oue tall aud
thin, dressed in dark clothing, with a
gray felt hat on his drooping head.
The man did uot lift his eyes from
tbe ground, but trainped steadily on,
with his gaze fixed on the wiudlug
path.under bis* feet. Wheu the path
ceased at the fence be looked up and
saw Esther gazing ut him longingly,
lovingly, but there was no recollection
in his glance, merely undisguised wonderment,
Esther's radiant smile faded as she
searched the handsome'face for some
sign of recognition. It was Robert
Webb, paler, thinner and curiously
changed iu expression, and yet it was
Robert    A   sudden   terror   tilled   her
"Robert," she cried softly, "don't you
know me?"
He stared curiously at her while a
slow red burned into his thin cheeks.
He lifted  the  gray   hat  and  showed
,_dark   hair  streaked   plentifully   with
j a home ror ber Instead of routing off
I and j<.Ining the army as if be had ao
'{responsibilities ai home. Essie tiet-
; ter gw used to seeing this new <-|iup
; around. She's sot to get i-ured ot Ibis
j grieving business, by lieorge!"
j The large brown list sirm-lt the table
! with a force thai startled the three
\ wiuiH'ii. They wiiichcd Mr. I.ane
j inarch from tin; room with angry
! strides, and when the door had closed
i with an echoing slam their'heads bent
' logelber in whispered consultation.
Majesty    Is    an
Wielder of the
Calcutta's Population
The Statesman,   in   estimating the
coming census, shows that Calcutta is
very much like London in that it po.-
scsses an enormously larger popula-
If Izaak Walton could be re-incar�� tion by day timn by nig:,t.   Like Lw-
"1 am afraid you have made a mistake," he said in a deep, musical voice
tbat was like Robert's own tones, "My
lianie is Robert, but 1 am sure 1 would
have remembered you if we had met
before. 1 came to see Mr. Lane, I
was directed to take the short cut
across the lots from the stutlou. is
this his furm?" /
Esther shrank back,
"les. this is Mr. Lime's farm.   You
will  find  hlra tit  the house or bum.
Take the path through the orchard."
With u murmured word of thanks
the man replaced bis bat, leaped the
fence and disappeared iu the gathering twilight of the orchard.
When  Esther  went  Into tbo  housb
her fair hnlr was wet with dew, but
her eyes were vory bright aud shining.
In the sitting room they wero all
gathered about the evening lamp.   Tho
light fell on tlio red table cover and
'was i-ellected lu the comfortable fur-
;)iislilngs of the room.    Mr, Lane wns
rending tbo nliimniic with mi Inlerest
iqulio   unubiili'd   by   n   long   win tor's
iporsunl ul' Its closely  printed  pagos.
Uolcn and Agiirlm woro embroidering.
Thoy nil glanced up ns Esther unto red tlie room, blinking at tlie light.
."You'll cuicli your den Hi out In tbo
tlutiipni'SH,  chilli,"   remonstrated   Imr
mothor as EmIioi- bdi down In n low
rocker beside her.   "We've boon wishing you'd come hi mid give us u Uttlo
"Vou promised lo pniotleo thnt duet
wllh ino. Est her," cnuipliiliied Helen,
"I don't sou why you want to run
ii way every night iil'ier supper. You
can't guess whin's happened since
j-ou'vo been gonu," she added teasing-
The color leaped Inio Esther's pnlo
cbi'i'ks    she si niggled for u moment j
!witb her ipil<*l;i*iilnn breath liofuro hor 1
iwords  found  tiiieriini'ii.    "Whnt  has
ihnppi'iii'il, Nell?" slut iisked, wllh as- '
���Miini'il I'liri'li'ssness, I
"Noilung   m   nil,"   Iniei-piiiii'd   Mrs. j
Liiin',  smiling,   "I'vept   llml   t'niher'n i
llckli'il toili'iiili Iii'i-iiii-<ii'Iii''h gut soiiiii
one to help hlin nil summer."
"Who is It?" nski'il.Esilier.
, "A   ninn   wlni   ciinii"   lii'i-ii   lonlglii,
Tbi' siailmi twister sent  hlm, know lug
your imlici* wns put in It lur help on
the. I'.inn.    lie's ,voi|iiu nud   willing, !
tliiiiij;li he's ii littlo oiil of ticnlili.  lien .
liei.-ii n Milille'r. und lie wnnis lo hnve n '
wutntiiiT  Ini'iiiliig  ll   to  get   buck   Ills *
Jienllli ngnln." i
"And   IH.i'wlNi.  llll  bis poclieltioiiU,"
ynwncil runner l.niio. sireichliig hlm-!
no If   luxuriously.    "I   guess   we'll   got
rilone ns well iim may bn    lie's u Hun, I
|ilrn*nut spoki'ii .Miiing i.'linp, but lies
(Mill  .1 ��i���in >.i   .....,..,.,   i   i.n..- il.     ll.i
'. ilr'n iis while ii* m.v own.   lie's coin-'
I'"}   IlllllOt'l'llW."
"Wlun Is IiIh tiiimoV" asked Ksilior*
In it inulUi'il video,
"l',,l���.rl Muiw.n 1 mil;*-* HUe Hnlllfl
dim I've seen  before,    Inn I  lllllli,   wild
It li to Have tny life," snid her father,'
rlslut: nml lining Ins pipe hi ihe mini-
With n ijiilclc iiinveiiii'iii I'.silier nrose
Illd wns gum- limn I In- room,
"Fiitl-V-v I .nnv." I'K.-liilmi'il Aunt lm In
*��� Hinge whisper, "li'--* |n*i iiuui' to mu
!who tills ninn |hiiI;h Ilk''! lie looks
Dhollgtl   like   liolieit    Welili   io   In*   Ins
own brother!"
They c'ii��l ntnrtb*<l gliitn-cs ;tt one nit-
Other. "I declare tf be ilor��n't!" gasped Mrs. I.ftiio nt ln*t. "I h"|H' Enibet
won't  not in-  It,    lt  w����t��l urwei  u<*��
ferfllilv. p,*i "
"Tlmt limy hi*,"* returned Mr |.uti��
decldiill)*, "l-Mhor's ttintirtie-l over
Uob Weill) Jest Iho yonrs longer llinit
be w.f* worth. If he'd enrol anything
lor i��ct i,.-u itnjul iH-IHml nnd mndt
Memorial day was a holiday, and fhe
Lanes usually spent ll with relatives
in an adjoining village This day was
no except ion. and so It was quite early in the morn I in; thai they drove
a way In the comfortable surrey, leaving Robert Muusoii siiinding bareheaded by the wide while gale.
Esther bad said not lung about going
to the cemetery lo place dowers on
Robert's grave. She would wait until
their return, and wheu the crowd had
left the graveyard she would climb
the h|ll and place her offering there,
alone in the sunset.
When the long dav was closing rhey
en me home again, Esther with her
arms full of white blossoms gleaned
from her aunt's garden. The new
farm hnnd hnd taken advantage of the
holiday and was nowhere to be seen,
so Karmei* Lane put up the horses and
the others "went   Indoors.
"I'll tie back presently, mother,"
said Esther, tossing tier hat ou Ihe la-
ble and gathering up her flowers. -Tin
going to the cemetery now. Lion
will come with me."
������Very well, dear." said Mrs. Lane.
Esther whistled to the dog nnd walked through the orchard to the pasture.
Robert Munson was leaning on the
fence, looking nt the reflected lights
on the distant hills.
"! iim going tip on the hill. Robert.
Will you come along and carry my
flowers?" asked Esther bravely.
"Certainly. Miss Esther," be snld
pleasantly, and so together they crossed the pasture and 'climbed the hill to
the place where tbe lull white shaft
made a memorial for the fallen soldier
hoy. All about the base beautiful
flowers were strewn, and some one
piin'eti~Tr*iittiFi"flivg-lu~t he-green-
nated it is quite certain that King
George would have no greater admirer or more loyal subject than the
genial "Father of Angling," who has
never had a more enthusiastic disciple than His  Majesty.
King Edwurd was an export wielder
of the rod, and caught many a fine
salmon in the waters of the Dee and
the Tweed; but, as old Donald Morgan   used  to  say,   His  Majesty  was   ,
"not awfu' enthusiastic,"   a deccrip-   .    ;
tion which, we may be sure, Dtnald ; A Sheffield tenor who had tieen in-;
Stewart, King George's devoted com- ; vited out to dinner wim asked to si'ig
panion and henchman on' many a nnd although he had no nu's'c with ,
fishing expedition, would never apply bim and was nearly as hoarse as ai
to the present occupant of the thi one'frog, the result of a had cold, he,;
of England. I consented to try,   but   b'oke   down. !
"I love a gun," King George con-'"Never mind, lad," said nn elderly',
fessed recently, "but i nm never gu'st, trying to. cheer him up, "nevr,
quite so happy as when I am fishing ���mind  the  b*-enkdo\v'\  for tha's done ,
don. too, this day p ��pul -tion hns increased   rapidly  since  the  middle  of
last centurv.    ln   1861   it   number d'
170,133;  in  1391   it  wa-  over 300,1)00; :
and   to.lay   it  is   probahlv,   snvs   the *
Statesman,  100,000  more.    To correct ;
possible   statistical   misr*-presentation ;
the corporation are proposing to hold i
a "day census" shortly nfti-r the t-ik-
ing of the general one.���Westminster
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MADE   ir\i
the pools of the Dee, with the long
day before me." And it is while fishing these pools in the nival preserves
of Abergeldie and Balmoral, remote
from courts and the crowds of i-en,
that His Majesty has spent some of
the most delightful days of his life.
Every spring  for  many  years  past
thy best; hut t' fp'lr ns asked thee
t' sing owt t' be taken oot and shot."
In the. sixteenth century clothes
wero suit from all parts of France to
be washed in Holland, where the
water of the canals wns supposed to
hnve special cleansing properties. Tie
the King has spent several weeks it cost of transport was"about ten times
Abergeldie, indulging to the full in greater in those dnvs'thnn at present,
his favorite pastime. Usually with; ���A British expedition-in the Congo
only one companion. Sir Charles ' Free State received much more aid
Cost, he makes his headquarters at a from the natives than usual by ex-
small, two-storeyed house, Abergeldie hibiting a tov elephant in which dock
Mains, a few yards distant from the  work moved its legs and trunk.
ancient castlo.    Here   he   leads   the ; -	
simple, primitive life, rising eatly, ffAVp YfllT
faring plainly, and living entirely for HAYt IUU
his sport.   Hp usually starts at nbout
ten o'clock in the morning, with  his > 	
companion  and   a   couple   of   atten- i    ,T��� , . .
dants-Donald Stewart. His Majesty', ���:, vs'lu'n Pa<* ng for tie country cot-
head gamekeeper, and Arthur Grant,\ ���**�����, a?'1.t t0'Set .vour box of Zuui-
the gillie, have mostly been his com- >uk!4 M���**���, sunuu.-ii, scratches,
paniiins of thn humbler sort-and he "uect. s up> ^-J1 ,no\ immediately
devotes the whole day to the rod, .attended to are likely to spoil join
smoking   mild   cigarettes   almost   in-   vWn-uve.      Zam-Buk    ensures     .jou
j cessantly.
j About noon a carriage brings lunch-
- eon to the- pools where His Majesty
| is working, and .after a smoke and
| rest on the bank fishing is resumed
i as long as the light lasts, when the
; return for dinner is made. A postprandial cigar and a gossip w.er the
'��� day's sport follow, and then it is
early to bed for a good night's'rest
j before the next day's fishing.
gainst trouble from these. Take Zam
buk, instead of "taking chances!"
Zam-Buk is antiseptic; kills all
poison in wounds, whether from
barbed wire fence, or insect sting
Soothes aching feet and blistered
hands, heals baby's chafed places;
cools those sunburn patches, and prevents freckles. No mother should be
without it. Purely herbal in its composition, Zam-Buk is always superior
turf. Ivobert Munson was looking curiously at the inscription when Esther
gently took the Bowers from bis grasp
mid dropped them on the ground at
his feet. Theu she placed her hands
ori'his shoulders'nud looked into his
eyes. '
"Robert. Robert!" she cried trngicnl-
ly. "Don't you know me���won't you
ever recognize me agalnV"
Very tenderly Robert Munson took
her cold .hands In his wnrin ones, and
the tirm pressure of his grasp seemed
to give her wuvering strength moro
"Miss Esther," be said gently, "whom
do you tako mo for? Who do you
think I nin'r
"Vou ure Robert Webb!" she cried
eagerly.' "See���this stone wus erected
for you. Your father died of u broken
heart when you wore killed, and your
mother went away to live with ber sister. I iiui hero. I have not forgotten.
Sue���I have kept your picture all these
years.    I have worn It always here,"
.. . ., -. ,.  ,T       ,,.   i to the ordinary ointments containing
that the  King first learnt the gentle���>. coloH      matte���     AU   druggists !U.d
art  of  wielding .i   rod    nearly   forty ,  t        \y_ Zam-Buk. but avoid harm-
years ago   "���'*'��� ,"- ��-"������  ���������-J   T-'--
Brown as mentors, and he still recalls
his delight at landing his iirst fish
one spring day in the early 'sixties,
and Brown's enthusiastic "Guid!
Ye'U mak a brnw feesher some day.
Prince Geordie."  i
The King, we are told, uses an 1S-
foot, split-cane, steel-centred rod, in
preference' to the greenheart beloved
of Dee fishermen, and most of his fish
have been taken with the fly. As a
caster ho has few equals, and he is
an expert in every form of tackle.
Not. long ago, it is said, so keen was
he on testing a new form of tnckla
which had been sent to St. JanitVs
Palace for his inspection that he actually left a levee which wns in
| progress in order to gratify his curi-
; osity.
j The weather hns no terrors for His
I Majesty, and during one terrible week
j of blizzards, frosts, nnd howling gales
i ho was out nil dny nt Aburguklio, nnd
I counted himself amply rewarded
' when,  at  the  end   of  the  week,  he
ful substitutes.
"I suppose you are goii*g to do some,
gardening this  summer?"
-"1 am," repded Mr. Cros-lots. "I'm
going to visit every roof gulden that
I run across in niy. vacation route."���
Little of the Swine Left [
"The squeal of the hog is the onlyf
thing that, escapes the packers."
"Yes.   They have even utilized the
curl in the animal's .tail."
Minard's  Liniment Cures Colds,  Etc.
author   here
"In a "new story tbe
says,  'You don't care a  h-iis-a-* curse
for me'.' "
"Tbnt must bo a new one by the
A "Mixed Marriage"
A misplaced head in a Kansas paper
has put several people in nn embarrassing position. The head-line, "Got
his at* last," should have gone over
a patent medicine advertisement, but
was used by mistake over the story of
a wedding���Glencoe Transcript.  ���*���
i Most men's idea if a woman of
forty is that she should be changed
like a bank note for two twenties.
Canadian Pacific Railway
.Wise mothers who know the virtues
of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator always hnve it at hand, because
it proves its value.
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AND      :
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Pacific Coast
        * 1,1 I !   nil ���,!      .1    "'      ""       UUUKB    IMfC.
She drew away ber bunds and pulled j ^T^.^ftS,^ 01bl wlth thever*  Co., Toronto
u chain from lier neck nnd opened a | ,u" c,ibt ol���*_ any'____
She received an invitation to her
friend's wedding and wondered whether it was meant to be taken literally.   This is how it, rim:
"Wo hog to invite you to Emily's
wedding and hope we tuny count on
your presents,"
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An Ancient Pension.
A curious revelation regarding tho
origin of a $1,6(10 pension" which fnlls
to tho Lord Mayor of Dublin wns
made in reply to n question 'naked in
tho Houso of Commons tho other dny,
It wns explained that tho pension was
prnnted in consideration of services
rendered to Charles 11. The sum in
suppose you think the I nuontioii in n norpotuiil nnnuity grant-
11       ' ed   by   the   Merry   Monarch   to   tlin
mayor nf the dny nnd his.successors,
for eminent services r-Jnilori'd nt, the
time of the Restorntion. For ninny
yenrs it curried with it the rank of
captain in the nriny, with its corresponding privileges regarding coin-
iiiiiml and so forth. The latter privileges hnve heeoino obsolete, nnd thn
Lord Mayor of Dublin performs no
military service) but the inutility is
���still   paid   out   ol   tho Consolidated
round locket. Tbe picture therein wns
thnt of a young mini, mini) younger
than Robert Mtiiison, and, while there
was n resemblance. It might hnve been
more in expression thnn In iit-iinil features,
"You hnve made a great mistake,
Miss Esther," snld Munson at last, "I
nm so sorry, I wlsli | knew what lo
sny lo you,    1
report of Webb's ileal li was an error
und Hint 1 mn lie. bul il Is nol so."
Uo stretched out n linuil to support
her wavering llgnre, but she leaned
for support ngninsi the while uinrhlu,
"I hnve seen service In the Philippines,
anil I did know Mob Webb fnr n short
lime, mid 1 know he wiin Hilled. I um
sorry l��i huve to loll you this, As for
myself, 1 wanted n sensnn In the coun-
try iif.lutrd work tu recover my lienltli, l
H Is sheer I'liniicii ihnt I ciuiie In l.llllu
Illver mid wns (lli-ecii'il to your in-
Iher's fnrm. I hnve piireuts nnd broitiers nml sisters lu Itosiuii-lii diet, 1 iiiii
iifrnld I rim prnvi* only too well thnt
I am not Ruben Webb," lie looked
down nt h"i' with luilnlte pi I.v In his
line e.M'H-ii pity thill was so niiiii to
Hoineililiig wiirihor ihnt she Neeiued lo
reel ll Infold Iter llko a tuuiil'urtliiij
���| mu so sorry I Imve nnnoyed yon,
Wluit uitiHl you think of ineV You
see"- Esther broke down nnd sobbed
bitterly, uud Robert Munson stood he-
side her wllh n liieudly blind pressing
her shoulder, |i wns with his liniid-
kei-i'lili'l' Unit Esilii'i- wiped nwny her
lours, while lie knelt down und deflly
Sllt'WI'll    llll*    ||o>\l*IS    Mil'    11,111    llllltl^ln
.!-..',-! ,'i , !'... t .-f it-,. Witt '\-\wn In*
rose io lit4 tiiil height nml held out bis
"i.'nine, Miss K"i|ie|-; lei us go hack
home ngnln,   There nre light mid lifn
liryoiiil ns well ns here.    We who ure
ll'll    l.l'lllllll     llll-iO   '.Ill     Ul'lh    III   llll   III
i the world.   I'm n clumsy fellow nl e:��.
i pressing myself, Inn  try  lo innl; on
lh" bright side of llilmrs."
ll wns n quiet walk lio|m> ir.-nln
across Hi., pasture mid through ihe
or.'li.inl. nud || proved to be iiiiinv n
io..- ...i. ii.-i'oii- I'-Mbcr t'�� l. -.: * , >,i.i'
route .itrntn. There seeini-d in In- n
'.' .' .*"''���'! liffi-r tlvtt tl iv I '*. ., .,h
i'i'i,:liii-i'. l,i'iii-r, and Ion* M*i"i..ii not
to l.i' llie li.ipi'll'HS tiling she h.hl nne
mui- li.-lirt ed,
Win-ii i.nuttier Inter d.iv e:m>t. and
lllt'iilii'l- Robert lohl Ills love bv tlm
or* litiid fi-iiir the swallow* i|i|>i>i-i| hi
it,.* t..,:. �����'������., iunl tin- |. ���!��� :.,',,a
fr��m ihn ��hm|ow��. *nd Un- wmg Mint
till-  WltlppiH,! Will  SIMIU  Hl'i'llll -ll   ll   llli'illl
of ioi. nml the whole wori.l wnn
biiiiii'il In a nm? Hutu itint nai uut
llie reflit'tlwi from the *ut��**t
! Although Aberdeen is tlio homo of
| Scotch granite, n shipment of 350
tons wns recently oxpo*'t"d lo Hint
city from South Carolina qunn-ies to
meet n demand for n vnriat.on in color
from the native #ttouo.
Lake Route--5 Steamships
ench week between Fort William,  Port Arthur and Owen Sound,
Fast Express Train Daily between  Winnipeg and Toronto.
Through   Couches   and   Sleeping  Curs   and   Dining  Cars  on all
through trains.
For tickets and nil information   apply
c. e. Mcpherson,
General Passenger Agent,
to     any     ticket    agent
Winnipeg, Man,
The Discovery of Blottlng-Pnper.
ltlolting-|inpei* wiih discovered purely by accident.   Some ordinary paper
was being iniide one dny nt n mill in
Berkshire, when n cureless workman >
forgot lo put  in the sizing material, ;
The whole ol the paper mud" was regarded   ns   being   useless,    The   pro- t
prietor of the mill de-dred to writ" n
jiote shortly nfterwurds, and he took i
n  piece of waste  paper,  thinking It,
wns good enough lor the piupoNC,  To i
lils intense nnii'iymici' the ink spread \
nil over the paper,    Suddenly  there |
(lushed   over his   mind Hie   thought j
tlmi. thi-* paper would do instead of :
hnnd for drying ink, mul h<< ut oi.cu '
advertised his  wn-te pnper ns "hint-
tiiiff "   There was such a big demand \
llml Hie mill conned fo iiink" ordinary
���pupor nnd wns soon occupied m mnk-
inn  liliill,tir   "oi.i,   ll,    u-.   ...'   n.\..;,
spread lo nil countries.
Tht Tail ef ��� Wolf.
Tho wolf eiirrleti Ita tall hnnulnj;
down liecunse lu that position ll Is less
conspicuous and belter eludes detection. A fondly of wolvon plnylng to-
gether iiinllmiirhi'il iM-eiiHlomilly carry
their tails curled upward.
Cut This Out
in the outside circle around the Ometfa Watch
Hnve you n good ��yi��, and a little patienou, Tho
uiimhinatioii may win yuu a vuliialilti wntoh
abmiluifl y free, try it, anyway, fu l pnrtiouhnti
nm printed Im ow.   " Uo id Kvory Word."
Analysis of ��� Tsar.
The chief element III the eomponltlon
of a teur I* wilier, but wiih wnici nro
associated tnlnnte proportioiiR of suit.
NoOa. iilinspbnU' "' Ihi'-J. pl.ospUulu of
sislii and iiiiii'iw. nnd xxluni seen under
Iho mlcnxM'opo a tear nfter pviiisira-
tlrm looka llko a very una II flsh tsiiie,
owIiik to the Mtllne* tortutug ttiuui-
xultea Into leimibened crout lluea,
llaphanta In Li����pia.
Th* TlreiH forests of LiUim contain
tbouannda of eleoimnt*
(���mint tho -'nti, wrIUi your n��tn�� (��i��tlim win thor
Mr, Mr-, nr Ml����i ��nn aiiiltm* iilHlnlr on a piuoe of
nimer or n pmi "urn, murk on One  umijli.e < rtir
lioi.CaniKHii .iml tiift'l -/nil' iui����'tr no  hit. w��
wiil mmilvu ll nil l.i.itr limn Aiik- ,ll,h.Il"0' w
K..I.III HKO*��� |,i�� .ntiUK KI'., TOIIWUO
Aii<miii�� mm' nui'ti ua imytline <>n
���wlmfori Aiikii I Wh, llltu,   Hwillt*
will ii* ��iitiiiiiiii<ii>t In lb * iispitrtini'ly
In fan i*inli*r.   Tin nriif-o will lm
��  Ki-ilort   iu   the order Hi 7 ar*
iVi'im iiriiiiibicni dUlnUrsulud
per��nii   In  Tor nilo    will    tie
r.'i|imnliiil todritw ihn winning
an menu. ��� ,
T�� i wnt^iliiM nnlf will hu
H .'mi nvur hut *i-i��h' nne who
��ii��-*i'r�� .iiirrn'il) vtill intuitu
a .*on nmitt" tir i*.
ll iiiTu ai'b nut f��-ii t'-nrr >t
im-fi'i ih�� liiiiii"�� of tli��
wnt-'lKH will lin until ti Um
n#*' nit��t**��tii..
A Ltttfr trim nn* of La it
X/tar't mnn r��
M 10 Prliien, daiili vuliio IIi'i 60, "Oiiiiikii" Wstnlim, all
flrki iiihmi (ii nvur�� reipmii, 4are Quut't iisunai.il 4 are
l.tdlvt' ilstt*.
Mart'a Prim
lit,   Prlsa-"Qmi��iia" 91 Jawaleil, w*rk��
titled Inin bent n^0Tnr*lKii" ""I'I K'\"d
.Prlt*  ".Omeica"
"If Jew oleit
wink* (lttnd Into boat " rlov��reli(ii
Oold Kll!**iiCm.(t. i n��hviihii.��|7.i0,
��rd Prlia-'O'-ana"- IS JnwelnA,
work* (llted Into b��ai "llannar
Gold Killed ft,.*, Cr,'\t tfthio,
��h l'rli��--"Oin��g��" l,Uiw��|.
tid. woi'lci ill ini Into bunt
"*llrar Onlilwd" C*,., Oath
t��1ii�� ,tt..it)
Vt'ii     I   1,1.1 i.^llli^Ul        ',*   JwHc'.
nt.   wrirkn   flttad   Into   Im.l
"l.HAlii''   --it.till,A   -Mil      I ft,
('a��h*faliiii ��U,7��
w. N. U., No. m
rtf'-ii-min, Atn*:i IMfU".
nuarClr**.-!^"!! ���tiiiiiini'i* I w��n
a |.vi.��wi'l Stifling I'����m Waleh **
thl��d ttriri" nnd 1 mn*/ -wjr tlmi it la
O.K. Inovtif r��"tin'l.
Ami I iiinr mr/ that It WN b'n*. iln
*i mtii'h 'nr of h��r�� n* tbay dd In m�� oa��a
thar will do iiiori. than tha�� *d v-jrt l��a.
If thtrit a-"* *nt-  win dialn inMrnaM'tn la
rartrd m tha O nt*if�� VVatoh n nn*e illnwtnlm to ma,
w">""" KU Tw^im'gJ^^amllo. oat. | c.
Ladlot' PpIioi
lit f��rlw��-"Omaiia" Id J-��wal��*rt,
worka Avail hit" "Hiwal" Ilk,
Ootid  Hold Cum.   Oanh **al����,
Inn l'rii.��- iiiin-iiit     l. .Its-ntmi.
workuflixd Into Uil "Hov��fi*ljrn"
(lold Kdlad Ca����,  ('Mh valua, 417,(0.
Jlrrt Prlao-'Hlmaira" I*Jt-walerl, worKi
flimd Into tha bait' HINar OaUlttnl"
fin**   I'aihralna ftlflt
4th  Prir��-"Omf|faH   14   Jawalad,   itorku
flitwt  into  bait   "Hllvnr   UIH   KnamKlad"
Caa*. f������i valua fltl.flO
.1th l*rlt��  "Omngn* 19 JawaM. worki fltl^l Into h*��t "Knarm'lnd''
ami.  I'ath valna   *i.-��
-.,!.���,. _���,-.- not fitrtuaito to win a watoh wa willaand abwhitaly fmof atom, a 11.00 (Ona Dollar) oonpon, whleh
.. JiVlTlTVt llm tImrVa nTrt%aym*nt ��n an Omagu Wateh ai th* aatabK.had aallinf nrioai. Thar* li no tima limit to
Tha nSaTiX *o,,pn.!   W. wi��VuU iontmu. u* honorVi* eonpoaa wbioh war* dlatribaWa. ,-rix*. .. ont Om*,. VV'aUh
.mit'*mA*mm.m. ^       PARTIOULARt      	
Th* winner, of tha flva man ��� watoha* will ha datarminad by d��wiii| tea anawaw from tha oerrm-i oaaa *>*aal*eA from
man only   'IM w^en*i��"l th. tif* \adm waUUa* wdl U <UU(ui(m4 by ."rawingmm mrrnet. aaiwnr* me.lmd frnm Mint oaly.
^���11    *****     P^r^aTN^   ���   DIAMOND   A  WATCH   IMPORTERS
ELLIS   BROS.   108 Yong< St..  TORONTO, Canada THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  I  0^  ACO'.nsET nowadays should stand  for comfort and beauty, nnd lf  your own particular possession be  dofeating these.ends, then I wish  to claim a little of your time today'  in talking over a few salient facts  concerning tliis very Important article.  In tho first place, there should be  absolute cleanllnoss In the corset,  Nothing Is (jultc so suggostlve of  a lack of care as the corset stained  with perspiration. This, in the summer time especially, can bo obviated  by the expedient' so woll known lo  nil of us, the addition of a dress  shield. The front is tlio portion that  seems to bo most frequently ruined,  no you will sow In a shield on ono  aide of the Inner surface. This can  be attached on the othor side whon  the corsets nre adjusted, by pinning"  with a tiny pin that comes just for  tills purpose,  Vory ofton the, fault of an ill-  fitting corsot llos 'in the (Irst step of  the adjustment, Many women carelessly throw the form around tho.  body without a glance at tlio lino  ef the buck. Of course, tho crooked  line at the back will product] the  wrong appearance nt the front and  *ldes. So a unroful Inspection In a,  glass of tho Important buck linn will  ofton  uolvo  the  wholo  dlfUuulty  of  We//-  //W  Comf  an unattractive figure,  A corsot Is ofton too high on tno  top lino. If any Interference with  tho breathing or arm movements be  felt, look carefully at this portion.  Wo aro living In'an ago when a good  figure nood not , bo socurod at tho  exponso of comfort, Thero Is nc? remedy  for this defect, other than a chanRo of  the model, , ��������� ..    .��������� k.  It Is not unusual for one hip to bo  more developed than the oilier. \our  frank tailor lins probably Informed  vou of this ���������(tendency, Inn the existence o������ tho defect iu-������d uut bf illipiU'-  ent. Attnoh a pud to the limlde of  tho comet, the Hls-n and thickness of  the wadding tn be determined by  tho noods of the Individual. When  sewn on tbe corset, there nood be no  doubt about the well-balanced hip  Hues In tho appearance,  There In shown a woll-llttoil corsoti  by the points of whioh I wish that  you   would  judgo  your  own.    Sufll-  clontly low In tho twit for tho ordinary-sized women, It insures comfort  nnd easy movements of tho muscles of  tho arms and chest, '  The hip line Is tho well-balanced,  natural ono of a good figure, and let  mo explain tbnt thero Is no constriction at tho waist lino, A straight adjustment at the front is the result of  a direful plnclng; tho bones are not  so long that ovory sane motion l������  Interfered with, and tho polntod lower  edge is ther* because a freedom of  the thigh muscles Is necessary for  easy und graceful walking, The length  of these corsets Hives the graceful long  llneH from iho wnlst dawn; this fulfils  llie i-eiiulrenicnta of the dress of today.  In closing, let mo suggest, tlmt before the purchase and adjustment of  a imlr ol corsets bo made, give the  llirurn Inside lis due study, Find out  your requirement! and deiloloncles,  and thon with tho Intelligent, mastery  of facts, nieot tho occasion, and the results will apeak for themselves,  M'uM  ADVICE  (W SOCIAL CUSTOMS  Beauty Queries  OWINO to the great nmoun(.,or mall  received and the limited spneo  (jlven this department, It Is absolutely ImposHllilc to answer letters  ln tha Sunday Issuo following their  receipt. Tin- Icltcis innut be answered  In turn, ntul this ofitlnics requlros three  or ronr weeks,  All correspondents who desire nn lm-  mediate answer iiinsl Inelose a solf-tni-  dri'SKi'd Mtniiipcd envelope for n reply.  This rule must nine be compiled wllh In  regard to personal letters,  Blackheads and Enlarged Pores  Il.'iir Mim   Hviih-*. .    ,  Klmllv iiilvlHi. mi- whnt in u������'- for liliiek-  lii-mls nml I'lilnriieil inn i-i*. '"ioi I'll' f'l ���������  iniili'H lm imi'il nl llu* mum. Uni.. wlllijjeoil  rusiills? V.M'UKVII.I.I-:   .V("ritl?������������.  I ic.'i* an- tlie two |ii!|i:s j mi il'i'iii*.  Tb* use of one will not i .millet with the  u*., of llie ol her:  erMtt.4it*te&aM eet $���������(/,*/ii^hi**.  Ge%iy*t4'<firvitG%fy44vJ*mr>   w  lywfo-wj-wiiy-dm*'  BE DIGNIHED  fTTI3 TIAVK hoard of tho awoot  \/\/ dignity of women, and If wo  f j. nm mortal wc hnvo been  clinrmod hy that element lu a  persona deportment; wo also must bo  awnre of ihe fact thnt dignity In worn-  in Is on tho wiino. lt la to bo deplored  tbat It haa gone fnr bolow par In tho  estimation of many, though Ita vuliio ia  ���������till to bo appreciated by un clout fow.  Hew I am not jiroachlng against n  charming natural apontanelty, and no  "'"* *������������������:���������: '���������!':��������� t'-������.   J������������������ ������;   .'...-;.   hearty living more than I do, nut 7  iikv wutiivn too much to seo them low*  eilng Um itlitiidiii'dN nf behavior, thereby affecting the atatua of our aex. And  nothing li qulto io effective In thn de-  atruetlvo work oa a lack of dignity.  dome ono Ims said thut dignity rarely  *������-. I..... '.   ,,.-'.,m..i.     it,,,,      .,.������������,������.        .I*  noun us your action* mo unduly  quickened, there la a tack of Judg-  iiu-iil Mini oqulpolso which are usso.  elated with dignity. r:uHlvatn n hftb*  It of allowing plenty of time to say  and do thing*. In your conversation,  acquire a natural dignity of liitona*  I,on nud clinic* of words. Thi* doea  not nii'iui te be a pedant and to  flaunt lone, Involved sentence* nt a  in id listener. It docs mean that %  atatement can ba made In walt-choaan,  I'.itv Kntfllsli. As mnn n* slang nr  Vlirims ur* sllowi-il, there la a Ins* of  iligniiy.  yogr correspondence, too, ahouid receive  mreftil Minstdrratlnn.    Never al-  !i-w one word t������ flow  from your pen  ���������<ui   might   re Ihi und  lo your itlacradlt,  The writlen word often atomic out as  a wltnt.'MM against the writer's good  ���������brooding,  l'ei'lwips In your actions there Is  grentt'i- oppnrtiinliy to throw dignity  to tlm winds tluin lu your words, I  hnve seen women hurling wrath, In tho  Hlinim of undignified words, nt eon-  duulora, newsboys, children nnd grown  people, and thero hna genorally. boon  iiulliliig gullied exeopt the laugh and  disrespect of the onlookers. A Im-lc  of dignity mny lm funny nt times,  hut It never gains a Hliiccrc mlnilm-  lion or respect,  In tha general attitude tnwnrd men.  I must exhort women, younu mul  otherwise, to he extremely ciu-eful, I  would fnr rather bo marked as "too  dignified" titan to err on the other  side. 1 much |Hiifer my eelf-i(>S|iiint  lo a fnnillliirlly which breeds eon-  tetn|it. It Is better In possess illmiltv  than u iiopnlnrlty gnlned ut a disregard  for this quality.  I do not wish to sermonlxe, iny denr  friends, I mi'H'ly wish io Ih-Iiik tn tho  minds of my renders the fuel Hint In  nn unexplained tiiiinner we n|-o seeing  less of ii serluiis dignity tu women than  In  former  dnys,    We  are   losing  ono  ,.e  IV,,-   .,.,,11.    H,   .     I.,      - '. r   . i       (  ularlty of "tho jolly giiod fellow," will  i-'.-l- he   win-tbi*   i-f  :-b. ',.!J.*--.  Are you forgetting It? fir do yen  eland with those who Insist upon upholding the high Ideal* of behavior?  Solutions to Sncin.1  Problems  Not Able to Decide  D*l  Mn, Adimi.  _ n*i)k yuur uilvloe In ri-aard in an  .fair ihat hm imnn runidna alnn*  fur niarty two years.   I am HI slid In l"V"  With  a   ���������e.in*ii   ������1������   lion   tl.>   "111"!.     Klin  taioi for ni''. I'UI jniluls Umi ������l.������ tines -et  want le m>w my llfa by,pnnn������������nllna lo mar*  rlllKi*. I nm miiiiiiv pmltlv.* that *���������* tvnnl.t  he |..riirilv haw tn������i'llnr, ileiMtn lh*  iilfTiini" in i.ur sai's. Aim mudi warm  _. _        t .. ... ��������� ,UeM- ������������������-  tl   II  AiWom  iii������i-  miliar,  l-li'llrl*   In   I.L.   .._     ustlun. t agrrMi lo l*t y������o itaelda ih*  ...._;i������r.   Will you plttast w<'l*H '"  fatly, *��������� yow -m������IiI-������ will nt nn  IIow cm you asptct a paraon who  knowa nothing nbout your llvo* to decide this iill-iniportiint iiuostlnn? You  hnve given mo but ona reason why thorn  ahouid be any objection to the niiurlii������i-,  Whereas iliein may be a hundred n-iisnns  lllMin which to bnse your ileelslon, After  mure serious thoiiglit you will ho sine  to lake the right step. I.ove know* no  nge, Iho snybiK goes, nnd 1 havo known  happy mnrrliii<es when there hna been  it tlirrereiH'o In lines, Iiui, again, ther.*  mny be a hiciiI elinnge In ymir lilenls ns  you mow older, uud unliii|iplno������s might  result,  1 cnniiut declilo for you,  Not Sistcrs-iii-Law  Uenr Mm. Adiuns,  A suys my lirollier'a wife'* sisters nre nur  alslcrs-ln-liiw. II Mil's lliet* in-n ii"i-  Wim:u is iwin? UANTAbUI'l-J.  Tl la enrreet.  Never Offers to Carry Parcels  Di'iir Mis. AiIiiiiis.  HlimiM n viiiinir mnn enrrv a wnman's  purei'ls when lie I" tiiklns Iwr Intme? I  li'iv.* hi't'il siiIiik Willi n ynlllill ninii fur n  yn.tr, mul .ilvoiys nit.l hlm Hiitunlit) i tin-  bin viben I Imve llnlshed sliopnlna. Imi h������  Ims r.evur iiskixl In enrrv mv tiarn-N  l.'V'H.I."-  A younir mnn ahnnM offer tn rirr<r n  Woiwiii h piiriielH wlieu hu Is escorting  her home, It would not lie fnlr, liow-  ever, to make a hnblt of burdening him  with paekngi-a every tlm* he In with  you.  After a Reception  . I ��������������������������� Int Iml tn a wwitlen miiis lime ������to;  klnillr tell ma whom plied 11 ii to.i'ir th������  party e.\ Md how am it W^jJ^M.  If the racaptlon waa n amnll and Informal ono no "party call" Is jiot essiiry,  After It largo reception one may call  within two or throe wcioka after the in-  tertaJnroant,          Etiquette Books  Ivar Mm, Attnm*.  t    l'l.,l������.    I, ||   ���������:.-   n|i.[j||.|-   |jr   m,l   ^l���������   .���������(,..������  nf sny iMk, yiit'tr ������������������, msriiti" th.t ���������<������������������  t.iln. hint* en iliuunu ������nd *.,'sl form in  r>nitr*l  ;���������, Whleh l������ lb������ mi-r* a������������ptaM* t.. lh.  rmluaiina ������ir|, flowira eran api>r������|iti������te  little tlltt Mr*. A. It  c.  1. Thar* are many book*, maratln***  nnd papers containing etiquette hints,  but I nm not at liberty to mention any  one. However, by mnkliig Inquiry' at  nny llrsl-iliiHs booksloiti you will 1st  able to net a book on etiquette which  will help you,  2, It depiuids upon the nature of Hut  girl. The illver must make her decision by her knowledge of the girl's  llkua und dUllkcH.  Hu tie llehavior *������  Ili'iir Mn. Adaini, ,   ,     , . ,,  ,  I- a ninn wim i.fi������i������ls In lmi!|.'liv(! ������ml i,l������init  it miiiiik hilly iiliiiiilv iiinnuiil tu U niurilcl,  vhi'ii <.tiling un lur ������l<.ii*r, ii iiMitli'iimnt WmiiI.I  m.ii di-nn mm * mini n-iirtliy of tlw I'umiwnii.i.-  ���������till, iif ii'iiiii'tnlils inoiiler T, II ������  No; he cannot bn enllrd a ffonliemnn,  liwuiife he h.ia not conducted himself  In a respoi'tlUilu uud wcll-beliuveil mun-  nor, nml Is not worthy of the aoelety of  well-bred  persons.  Not Out of Place  Dint.Mrs. Atlnnis, ���������  .1, Pifiiso   liil'.tta  lite   If   It   l������   mil   (if  tInn.    I, -     *     ,-'.!     . t    i* --     I * '  i.'.y ui iiiu Mime a������i *.-  '.* A vmiiti' ni'oi "ic*.I "' ���������>���������<���������'��������� '������ *"* ������������������*'  ,im i-uii.M'. si hus ii sill a li-uir, itanina  Iiit to ri'|ilv. unit lit.- idrl'ii f-iUi. r il..i.'ti''  wunt lur lu inm-������|ioiiil Willi ili't yutinw  inun while he Is iu rnlli-Ki'. Mumlil Ihi*  Juih't i,|   thu kill mowrr hm liiMi  t If a abl ef nt hn������ n. iminir fur a ynnee  man ������f ill. Wh" tins mlleil un ler hut oiic;*.  nnil Is now roIiik In it smull i"wu w.iitld  li l.������ im(inir*r tut ler t������ i. ii*|.ii"������.- Mm nml  'iTvilwu wrViinVio'it lVit*rnll ln.������  should  ������|il begin   her li*ller������,  lnar l-'ilend, ,������r  imri-il  Friend, ai"l Iww eli.'iiM .lis ������l������n  ��������� ������|tt t������������tn   her li*ller������,  lnar l-'ilend, ,or  ��������� Uturni  Friend, ami Iww e������<"������'*l ������''?_I f "  ��������� her nsmeT inhpineI*.  1. While a bov and girl of such nn age  should not monupollac eitch oMi* r'.i time,  It would not ba nut of plnct- f"* mem to  be k������hmI frlenda and (Ki-itsloiniiH- k" out  t'irt'ther.  U The girl mav write the tonni? man  a litte- trttbiK L.iii wb.tt lm l.i'.i.ir  wishes her lo do,  S. It Would hardly be tieemmtnir for lne  l-!rl  to t;ilc;  *"n*h .i o,i     u.i; l..        ���������'   I'i  u man with whom *n������* I* not v. ?y ������������*ll  lieqUitllllHl.  I. The form of salutation ured in n letter il.-i*itdi> ui*n tbe relitti-ti it**e.-n  the writer and th* recipient H< m ������t  tb* form* you mantlun nc 'l������ '��������� ,ln*  formal.   Ttie iam* rula holds m"*^ "^  the clnalnK nf tho letter as In the opening, The forma with "sincerely" nm always 1(00(1,  Intr(i(hifin<t Friend or Relative *  llmir Mis.  AiI.iiik, i  I.    Wltst  Is  lie-  propttr  way  tn  Inun-  illicit ft trim.I i.l' ii'l-tllnit  \:    In i.iiiiKiiiiiil.iiliiK ii, lirlde or liritle-  ���������i- oiii-lii.hii, whiil niusl mm sny?  :t    \\ii,n  iv nn  ii|i|ii*ii|iiI,nc t-'i'i  f>.r ii  UHllilll   I,.   l.ll'M'lll   tn   llIK   1,1 |i|,,.|.i-l.|.?  I     Iiii  l.i'lioi   Ur, iii *l  to illii".   hnw  limit  liifnti. ,linn, i  siomhi ..in* iiiiiinitf in in  in*'"    \V'lii*ii  li-iitliiit,  iiiusl   niiil  hid "hly  Ihe ln.m. >>i ..r all lli" nm-nis ^..ml.I.v.*'.'  A (llll'il'JN (INK,  1. When iiinklnif Intrnduetlnns oil"  should ii'iiii'iiiliei   Unit a limn I" iilw.mi  |HI���������:-I llll'll    1,1   .1    W.'lll.lll,    .I   ,t,.IIIIMi|    pn-  eon to un oilier oim noil nu tiniMiiirleil  woiiiiin lo a. lo-iiii'i. Wli'*n liitrodiic-  inii IrliiwlM ii good form li������ use is, "Miss  Hritwn. lei nu* |n i-m-iti .Mr, .loiii-s." If  Illll-OillirltlK ll relnllve "lie (clioulil s.'l.v.  'Miss   I tilt. k.   IllilV   I   piesi'lil   IHV  eoumii,  Mi*.   Winni,"  '2. To the brlde-lo-liii umi runv ",iy,  "lx*t iim offer lit Ul !>' KlH'il Wl������l t'H fill*  your future hiinplui-ds," Tn the hiiioiii-  i,, Ini ,,..<. ������������.,.���������   ' .<���������   "���������    ���������.-; '        i.  trt   ciiiiai'iililiutl'tns."  proprlitltt will.  I. A dinner kiji-.-I Is to nrrini .ii Uo-  liosima' homi at the hour niiiiied in lo-r  i*.tii,itiori. When b'iiWiiK. un- ������;.i'L'i P;  lltely I luniks the tinsies.. for i>n������ ti"������i>l-  tidily enjoyed. If then- nm few friends  rtt Ihe dinner, the privm I.-hvIiik !iiiiV  i.,.i it,,...-    ii .-   , t .       '        i ..i  I.  il....  iim> iiihiiv Kiicrls ure.-orit,  ,.M** ���������IohiM hid  it formal faiuwell tu timsi- friends nearest her.  Mother Inmts  lii-ar Mra, Adsms  I sin ii girl of If'. ������tel tm mnlhsr Inulii* that I shsll ������'��������� won * rnini i.f ������������  I tin nnl cur.. f..r hlm '->��������������������������� ...niinll.it m*  HI   *   ������..ol   ���������������.'��������� '���������   ti-.iii   min   ss  n  Green Soap Treatment for  BlackheadH,  Tin. IIIH'   of   C.I.ell   ..Mill   - ..OIL-. M  lusiiiii'ii wiich h*o*.*i a ��������� ii"-"  l,i*l   III Im  iiilxllio- >l.iy ..li uiilv, n Lw  lun-  InelllS,   llu II   W.isl.   nil   Willi   hl'l   H,ll������r.  II    Hie   tin.Mi   ,,..i|.   it'll It, c   llu-  11.111,   It,.   It  S -11,,,1-S       ,V I' I IIM.       II       ,-M'H       lltlll'l'      'hty,  Al'i'l.v ii colli iii'lilo.  Hie.'li "i.iii mil) lm pun Iul". .I nt nny  ��������� lm*   mmc      ll    ik   iii.i   ii   ri'imhir    *.*iSii  Si.llii."    I.lll   l|   !���������   I.f   lll'.M.I   llll'   '��������� 'll.l.ll'll'.S    (if  Clli.l.ll'1.  iliicii em li si-.'.l inn" wllli tin* |.'lot "' ,i  line i litliln I.' Ile.-'lle *|'h|. llliolellii! iii.im  junsi l.i> i.i.iii-.il ,.| i.li-ki'il mil. 'Ihe i-ou-ly  no- ..I Hie sliii.l ���������!������������������1,(1,1 ili.-n hi- nidi. .1  w iili n null* iiiilci win m ii mul itii.i" *'i*  wllh ,i vi iv wiili ������iiiniii.|i nl . -ui.i.ii, to i-l  mul wiili.., Mn iili;*. nii' 'i * il. i.i-i ne  iiKlrn. ll I.v itU'l'lni-- Iul" li.illu.i* w.,1.1* ii-I  tin, ii������������ .���������!  .mv   iii.s|nii.i,.iii    ni.|.'->-  >>.-  i'li m  ��������� in      ������ell      ���������,      Ihe      llif.lli.        In      llliMiiliallly  ili iliieil,   l������ i.Iwids  iliiiiK" l*'iiiH-  Lotion for Enlarged Pnrea,  lion., it. ni  .,,, ,  1 iiram  IHnlllleil   tiln h   h'ii.,'1     4 ..tl<i.ve  Aiul,   ������nli  .,   i-l.-,-  ..I   .1!   IU- ii    ���������!   a   t..,\  ft|   lll.K.il helll   I,.III.li.  To Remove Scin  1 >���������-.������ ���������   Mt������    i't n is  I   hiiw   tint   k     |.|.ii|.!i.*i   :ill I   lem   "lev  I, in.   i. ii    eii.wn    .��������� ,i*       Will    ��������� i-'r    i "i  M,,l|.     wli.lt      V.ill     l< -In ..*.(���������      Il'ill,     ������,.,(. I'll ������  liiiiiuless? V    ty  .[.     , .i  tii.-nl   ��������� I   I*.  Miii.li>.  "I   li-n I'-   ������'*.ii   .io.|   I  ,-.,-.-',���������'.-'���������       ���������      '     ��������� ��������� '  Tiy,lii Jiraidiiifi  -U-,*   \l,m    H..'.i.-.  I   ni��������������� iifhi i.iiiulum Inn in *H������  Imu nny?  1���������,  , . ,,   .'..������������������     !   v     ill     ��������� i   i.   *!������������������    h i I  *.'    Hu-,      .1.1    II    ������ltl    -I    '      '���������"''    '*' 1    ,'1,"r  r.i   i     . i , ,   | i. . mil,!*   i I-' 'I ���������*   t"-i-  n,,   I, in   i....������ *    l>.  i>in   t*. l   "- ��������� .   ii onl  tl,    i   ''��������� nun  ll   'Ui "ti  hi. .i|,it.-- ' .j,  | ll i- i,i,I iidvNiiltle In hntl'l Hi* h.ile  l,���������, in;'ii|v, lull lii.tldilo: tl"' li 0' in  |l,e   i.nliti.ll S    V. .l>    It"    VI -,    K ,.*.|    !"!'   b,  - \>, , ,i ���������. i or li.lt* imi !��������� .1 le '' ��������� '"'iiit!,. niii.i* ii in iiei-iimlm: i*> -->.u* i-tit;.|  It in tt.e lm. k iill..������liiH It I" lin w .l"������ .  in ,,,>)   i  i,|i no... nr mi'l* innl 'i    wim  1 vl������������ me to da In su.-n it .���������������������������������*  innl* - ������'"'' *-������"h| I.,   nil i   '  Whllf your mother mnv jirove to be  yoiir best friend, I - .inn-t help suggest-  Ing In thW> msc Hml yen incept th������  voung m������fi s siti (.tl..n������ I* it i"-ttt bim  wllh UKHfference. He will noon uwl*-r-  aland thai h|������ lomtMnv l������.n-'t ,|.-sirr.l,  ���������nd wat not force M* attooUooa on you.  bi,,,,. ,*. ��������� .,;��������� ;' ���������'.* >-��������� < .r:i..li  ,   Hair Tonle  !!������..->    n       ;   -I''' **  V'lwl'ii'-   ' ������l"li*tli I- ���������    ������������������������������������        !     *   " *'  llio tl*'ll ".I.I-, ������ll'  I'll-'��������� II������������������ti-   ' '���������" '* THE NEWS, CTJMIJERLAMU. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  0  We have just opened out it fine assortment of   .    .  BUAiNKETS AND COMFORTERS  Blankets ranging from $3.00 to $12.00 a pr  Comforters   " "      $1.75 to $4.oo each  Flannelette Sheets IO, 11 dfc 13 quarter sa\z,&s*  YOU ARE INVITED  TO INSPECT OUR STOCK OF  FURNITURE & HOUSE FURNISHINGS  The Furniture Store  A. McKINNON  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  tmummtm-mmmta���������  ���������SEE  E  Locals.  Hospital Saturday will  be September pay day.  o-  MibB Jean Walker arrived home  by Saturday's boat.  Manager Curtiss arrived hutm*  on Sunday from a short business  trip to Nanaimo.  Mr. McAlister, ol llie bank staff,  returned from his vacation on  Sunday.  Manager Stewart, left by Friday's boat on a business trip to  Victoria.  20  Miss Lucas, of   Victoria,   succeeds Miss Ingham, as bookkeeper  at the J3ig Store.  Mrs. Green, of New Westminster, arrived on Sunday hut, on a  visit to her son, Fred Green, of  the Big Store.  Mr. G. M. Bertram, representing the Dominion'Stock and Bond  Co., of Vancouver, is in the city,  at Bruce & Fraser's office.  Mr. T. Bickle arrived home  from Victoria and Vancouver on  Saturday evening.  ___Mess]:j^Fmser-~&--Bishopr:~of  Union Buy, will-build an addition  to their hotel, next spring, so we  are informed by Mr. Fraser.  Q. McQname arrived by Thursday's boat.  Mrs. Theobald arrived home on  Thursday last, from an extended  visi< to the east.  S. S. Oity of Nanaimo had a  rough trip up on Saturday. A  break in the machinery caused  some anxietv for a time.  w  ������������������-���������o   Iii the list of floral tributes  to  the late George  Brown,   Mr. and  Mrs. John Kesley's name was in  advertently omitted.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Kefresh-  beverage  Drink  Pilsener  The  Purest  and Best  BEER  on the  Coast;  and made in  Cumberland.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  D;strict of Coast, Range 2.  take notice that Frank Hinks*  mnn. of Vancouver, B. C, wood  merchant, intends to apply for permission to purchase Ihe following  described lands: Commencing at *  pos planted about 4*} miles north  and 1 mile eaet of the southeast  corner of CL 8358, tbenee south 40  chains, thence west 80 cbains,  thence north 40 ohains, thence east  80 chains, to post of comment oment,  containing 320 acres more or   less.  THANK HINKSMAN.  Dnted July 28th. 1910.  " CUMBERLAND TAILOR  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  <  PHONE 21  Mrs,   Charles   Whyte  arrivod  home by Thursday's boat.  "General Manager Coulson and  Mr, W McKenzie of McKenzie &  Mann, arrived in town on Monday from Victorir, and returned  on Tuesday,   _O   BIRTH���������At Ctimlwhnd, Sep  t em ber 3rd, to Mr. aiid Mrs. Hurry  Creech a son.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Percival  James McLaughlin, of Vancouver.  B.O , rancher, intends to npply for  permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing  at a post planted ahout 5 miles  north and 2 miles east of the south  east corner of CL 3358, thence north  80 chain9, thence west 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains, thence east  80 chains, to post of commencement  containing 640 acres, more or le--s.  PERCIVAL JAMES McLAUGHLIN  Dated July 27th, 1910.  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made   .o Order  from 320 to $35    All Work First Class  A con sign ment of Mongolian  pheasants has been received by Mr  P. Acton, secretary of the Devel-  opnient League on Friday last,_  TOTfl^We~tTrrae71"Tirr^irthe company's farm. The birds are in  fine condition. ,  Miss Smith,   a   recent   nrrivn  from England, succeeds MUs Car.-  ivitlian as teacher in the public  school.  Mrs. Bryan has   resigned   her -*���������������������������.   position at the telephone office,! doners defeated Union Buy  and will be succeed,,! by Missiteam at ,msobHl1 0" Sunday, hy n  Ethel Furbow on Octobc'lsl.       sco,,������ of 10 to *���������  Mr. and Mrs. A. Haywood, Mrs  Joseph Horbury and Mr. and Mrs  George Richard sod left by Saturday's bout to attend the funeral if  the late Mrs. James Bateman, who  died at Ltidysiuith on Friday last.  Tlie deceased lady was well known  in this city, where she with her  husband and family resided a few  years ago,  NOTICE <b is hereby given that at tbe  nest meeting cf the Board of License  Ciimmissioners of the City of Cumbcr-  luml, I intend to apply for a transfer of  the wholesale liquor license held by me  on lot 3 block 2, to block 15, lot 6, Cum-  hnrlaud Townsite.  CIALI MUSSATTO.  Dattd this 9th day of August. 1910  @C6���������MMOS0������C0C������e������@���������������  B.Cloutiet,  Mrs. J. J, Wier mid Mrs. W.  Ii. Theal left by Sunday's bout  for Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs, Alex. Maxwell  and children left by Sunday's boat  an route for South Prairie, Washington, on a visit to Mrs, Maxwell's mother.  Miss Ruth  Clinton  <ipd  Miss  Louisa Dickie loft by Wednesday's  1 tout en roido for All Hallows,  Yale, fo continue their studios at  that popular school.  Master Lelatid and Mmh Irene  Mouuce will not ret urn to their  respective schools at Victoria and  Vide this term, but will lake up  their studies here.  Mr. nnd Mrs. Wost field returned home from their wedding tour  on Tuesday evening lust.  Tho output of con! from local  mines for August, wns 45,700.3  tons,  We nr������ InfoTned by  Mr. P. P. Harrison, Barrister, etc., that he will  continue to practice  here,havlng abandoned  his intention of practising elsewhere.  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������-������-*������������*������+4  SA FEW PERSONS WANTED.!  To complete syndicate now forming for the purpose of  buying 4,ooo acres of B.C. fruit laud, #50.00 cash  required and large profits assured. Send for prospectus and full particulars to the  Kootehay Fruit Land Syndicate,;;  32S HOMRR STREET,  VANCOUVER, B. O.  ������ ������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������?  /������^Vv\Vi������^yVVvSAV������AVVNi\iVS^    -������������������^������������������������������������**^*-^^^^Vi^>*WAA  t  1  '<  <  <  <  Miss Pickup was a passenger to  Vancouver by ShIiii'iIhj'* bout.  She will be the guns' nf !n'f si.ter.  Mrs. Willis, now u resident of that  city.      o     ~~���������-  Mr. George Stiou. of Vancouver, paid his uncle nnd mint.   Mr.  1   ������r        It    11'   I ' "     ���������  *.'    1  Mi. ,   I,   ii,i.iwi:,  .1  11} '11%    \ IMI  !.;.*W  linn, .iiui    iullu tii-ii    I'V   -Mill  day's boat.     Mr. Si ->������ will  leave  shortly Jul* Hugliind mi a visit.  \t  nrrivod  ......   .nt.. ������"  by Tuesday'  .  ,-iiriniriiM'li  1'iiiir.  Principal Palmer ih|,<h-|k hii ni  tendance of twniih ilnvi* nt   jli<  High SflM.il fm ih'*    *.:*,���������.    Tl.  in   Iho lar'ii'.-t  attch-liiiMv   in   tl  history ot thi* M*h-n I,  It it. reported tlm'  to liavo new bunker  nnd that a new trad,  lo ('uiulrt-i'i.iiid, ah- *  thoiirtiind miner**' wil1  liefc iiir-jde ol 4 y*'H<.  I'm'.hi M'iv i ;  -i'hI >���������, liin-vr- *  .nil   I-.*   hint '  l'i;|*      lIlMf* I  ir   wiirl.in'. ���������  Miss Pike, who will have charge  of Simon Loiser it Oo.'s millinery  dcpnrtmont for tho fall season, pr-  rived hist week, Miss Pike has  had h wide experience in millinery  in liritish Columbia, having spent  several seasons in Vancouver, being three years with the Hudson's  May Stores, of thnt oity, nml can  be relied upon to give the tiuiiiy  patrons of the Hig Stoic idmw  rooms the Intent rind most HtylUli  id fall millinery, The millinery  o|n'iiiiigs will lie held on Sept, 17.  ���������   ������������������ ��������� ������������������*-. 1-  Latest by Wire.  Vancouver, Srpt. tl, - -William  MvKol/.it; prehideut of tlie ('10111-  d in 11 Northern Rail way, in an interview, said tho Caiiiiditui Colli.  iTies would expend three million  dolliirs in opening up nnd ctjitip-  ping new eoai initio- and liuv mi  Inerea-e in the product ion in the  Kvteii-ioit mid Coiihiv eon I il.i.l ���������  A year hence, Mr McKenzie Miid,  hii- i-iiiltpatiy MXpei'ts to be i-iuplov  ino llin-e thoilrillid men in llu-  ( 'iiimu Held*. Wirhin tno yi in*.  mill p|-iMllieiii*tt will    be   itirie-iM'.!  hi I t������������Mi iinih daily and ������l,������l(in tm,,.  '.V.   . lu :'|ie������*   V* *������*'���������**-       Nell   mai'*Mll  erv *ill In- ii.j������i lied in tin   mine  'I'll*  tup eitV of I titi   eon!   iMiiiler.-  .i.    I'm..11   liny    will    .iii.*.  he j|,  ''l'-l,l-|-l|.  FOR SAMS.  A chicken Rimcli, at Comox,  opposite Dr. UeadnelPs, good  house, just newly decorated\  chicken house, brooding house,  300 laying lions; also a good orchard. Apply Mrs. Hall, Comox.  TKNHEKsl  Tenders will be received by tlm  undersigned until (������p.m��������� Saturday, Sept, 10, 1.1)10, for the exclusive riglit to sell light refreshments  011 tlm Agricultural Grounds,  Courtenay, on Fair Dav, Sept, 2.'l,  I UIO. M. B. Ham., Sec'y.  Sandwick, B.C.  UOYAL STANDARD FU)UR  MARKS  UKST BRKAD.  Milled in Vancouver.���������Patronize  Home Industry.  The following are the winning  numbers lor August   for Royal  Standard Klotir: ���������  75554   y������5*9    S3073   79356  54383    or in     ^6^o^    A7iifx  ������55������8 t)S������oi  General Blacksmith  Horseshoeing a Specialty.  Third Ave, Cumberland  CUMBERLAND & UNION  WATERWORKS CO., Ltd.  NOTICE.  Sprinkling will be allowed only  between the hours of 7 to 8 in the  morning and from 7 to S in  the  evening.  Leaky taps must bo attended to  at once.  Any changes or additions to existing piping nitist be functioned  by the company.  A. McIvxioiit,  Manager.  NOTICE iflhoroliy ifhen Unit CO Jays  nftor duto I intond to apply t������ tbe llm.  Tlm Chief OiuiimiKHiunor ut Lands and  Work* fur a lioeitHo to prospect for cnnl A.  pottoleuin under and on thu In ilo hi trillion Dihtriot, mid ilunoribml as f.illowi:���������  0i mniDiiciDR ut a (Mint planted 20 nlmliiN  Witt nt the N. W, Coruer of tiuetion 1,  theuoe eiHt 80 oluiins, thence north 111)  chuiiiH, tliui.uo */e*t 51) uliaiiin, thenoo  north Wlclmin������, thno* wott St) oluiiis,  thviiuu Houth HU tilmiiiH to jilnoe of omn-  inonuenient.  Uated this 26th d*y of July 1910.  K, PHI KMT.  K. AID A  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OlADB TO   ORDER RJiD  IN ANV STYLiH YOU CglSH^       J    __  PERFECT FIT GtJSELOTTEia>.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUM BERLAND, -       - -      B. C.  vvvvvv^A>vyvvvvvvs^v<A>v  i^^a^^^^^^^a^^w^  Capital $5,000,000. Reserve $6,700,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY.   PAYAHLE   ALL  -OVER THE WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interen  at highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  CUMBERLAND, BO., Branch, Open Dolly.  ( OUBTBNAY, B, 0 , Bub-Branch, Open TuesdAya,  UNION WHAEF, B. O,, Sub-Branch, Open Thursdays.  H. P.MONTOOMERY> Manager.  ^iiiiitiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiainiiiiiiiiiiiiinttiiiiiitiiiiiiiiniiiiuiim  p. Phillipps Harrison  *  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLI CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  ������  LAND RKHI.STRY ACT.  ��������� -m **��������� ���������  !'l*.;u ���������'< !''aii|..u   (lit*  ti T.nti.i  lfn s !nr ������ ib  *,i t a in phi-11 [j,,,.  Ill the nnit'or nf nn iipplication for  fnr   ii    HntiHcii'i. ffi-ii'; - ���������!"   ,'  Title to Loin 11 mid 12 block  A [map 522 Ii) Town of Cum  j       berland.  !    NOTICE IH JfBHKHYWVKN  j ibut it Ih my intintion at thnexpi  : rati* n of one month from the dnte  ' i.f ibe Drat pnblir.iii o l������rt(if, fo i,  '  ne ������   DupJh'iMe GYr *ffei������ie of Tiilf  'n *;ij-l litnrlr> ittnuti m J.dm We*  * wn. d nn ili������-   "lli tl.**   of   Atijiti*'  , |s!l*i .iii.I iiuiolwriNi HII C.  tiiiifl   Hiv'tWry Hfflf,   V*t*mri,t  iht-I'd d day >d' A"t"-   ll'M������      1  ji, Y   ^'iiji | i.,V  lit- i  i.ii Uu.er I.',  NOTJOT Ih hereby Kiveti thai 00 iIuj-h  iifor dt e I intend to apply tu tho Hon.  Tho Hi I nt Coiiinijiiiouiir of IiiiihIh mill  SVirkifnr n liiienun to prmateut tor e id  ami piitruleuiti under the Undu in Neloun  DiMtni't, innl donor.ht"l an follow-*;���������Coin-  me cliitf nt n po.t | Imtnl on the aeu  liuuoh iu tli* 8. K. eornor o( Meut nn 'i A,  tliunue witt iiIihik the suulh lintimlury of  ���������mul Hi ei ion Ua. 8u ulinhm, thonuo north  ���������10oliitiiiH, nmrn orIoin t. thuHuiith Imuii-  tlnry of M.II. ilill'' u.ml priifpectiig 1-  ftnnit ���������, ���������lif.T-.iv i ���������: ��������������� C) A.m',..,, ���������, ,y iii Un   j  Ui II,W ni'ifli nti hmi lii'iicii, tlu-nc* fn)!-  owiiiu .|n*nn aen lii>noli to place of cinui-  one in ut.  UAtsti tlii* 'id h dny of July, 1010.  K.AOAllKWiilHSON,  ��������� -. ������' i'i, ,-itt w,  NOTICK.  Any person or persons wish.  inj{ io cm any fallen timber on  City l'ark lots are nt liberty tb  cut and teiiiove same for their  wit use Am suuuliu^ uiiiIki  must not be cut or destroyed.  Any jH-r-on loiiiid diuupin������ u-*1'  l������ai������e on miid park lots will he  pmimiicd.   J5| order of th������ t i'ji  jiUUIKtl.  \    .McK'fN'NON,  ! >���������������������������<���������! e������.-try.  t Uy Iiui!, Aug., r9'h, ii;ro  =V. BONORfl:  monufactutteP of OlINBRAh UUATBRS.  CUholesale D������ol������r in WINBS, UIQUOR St BBBR  P. 0. BOX 140  PHONE 80 ...  CUMBERLAND  *M  WE HAVE HONEY  To invest Jn any sound proposition,   TIMBER  COAL, or AORrCTTLTTTRAL LANDS  Make u clear .sketch unci miiv hilly iu yuur (itnl letter  If you want a definite answer.  Western Canada Investment Company,  3 ult������ 48, Flaek Blook, Vanuouvtr, B.O.  Garden, Field  and Flower  Secas  i  New eroi������ now crrivln(r from our grMWW in Englnnd.Frnnfe  H.d'Mi.d. Cunsdt ������nd the Unllwl Stntea. AH t������*t������"l a* ��������������� ���������!������������!-  In- t������ed fiiirliv on arrival Thfl ho't In pe������>d <*��������� o'l.-h for our cti-������-  tontfru <!iM*|o������iiefr������-*. Bu-liiw* will l.ecoi.lii'uwl nt onr old  *inml until Mpy. After that in now 1 cath.n, ������ Men will Iw an-  i<ai|iia..| \% nr,       A������Mr������-*r  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wesminster Rd, Vancouver


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