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Array TA /   ������   ^^ ���������      ^  brf^r^*j������a������^*BSS������A*S������^-fc*<A������^Jfc������*i^  ���������Ali������sw������!������t&!ras8������������aaMiii6^^  ^.^^Ci^aW ... I.       v ������afc.aJst?*..JW*J  ilOV 22 WO     j  <1  NEWS.  A Journal Devoted Bapeelally* to the Interest* ot Comox District.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,������   TUESDAY, NOV. 15,   ;9io  ���������mm  Subscription $1.00 a Year  THE BIG STORE  mim*  Wonderful Clothing Offer  ���������  ���������  For the next  30   days  we  give   a special price on every  suit in our store.  300 Suits muatbe sold*  This is ag enuine offei%   Our  stock is too large and must  be reduced. We would be  very glad to have you inspect  for yoursell the clothing we  are offering and see as to our  values.  DON'T FORGET! Now  is your time to get quality and  style in up-to-date clothing.  Our windows will show  you some of the many lines  we carry* with sale prices  attached.  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Cumberland*  m*     i    ni  FOR  Furniture  Wallpaper  Mixed  Paints  Beds and Bedding,  iTti TnTi T.,Tirl..t������t,Tf ���������������������������--' *���������*���������*-,-*. *.  il'TTnTriTITITPW  STOVES  and    ,  RANGES  1 ."Vlrl II  TRY" TFTE  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  TWELFTH NIGHT.  mmm*  '.- <l:  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers In all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  i  *  i  1  433  Locals.  A number of lads woro tried lm  fore Magistrate A brums on Fri ���������  day evening Uut, for th* dentrn������$.  tion ot property, on tlie evening  of October Hist. The boys wore  ordered to pay for damage dime  and <oitH. Another lot of boy*  in n.lJItlon totlioie who apjiearini  on Frdnyuv������>niug, were 111111111011  ���������d to appear bn Monday evening,  bat failed to show up. If tliey fail  to tou tlie mark 011 Tnttidty even*  iug, warranta will bu issued,  FOUND ��������� Between Comox  Spit aud Deuman and Hornby  Island^ logs marked "V" inside  diamond, ''Hand 7," "IT. I."  oud "H.B," Apply Cluis Ash-  enfelter, or S H Cliffe, Comox.  The engine and compressor  iieuita at ISo, 7 mine, were totally  destroyed hy fire, early on Btrtur-  day morning. The chum uf thu  fir* U unknown, bnt ii supposed  to of accidental origin.  Mr. II. Htewart of the Royal  Bank, ii eoiitfned to his home with  scarlet fever. Mr, W. HndaooV  ion Walter U down with the same  malady.  Dr. Kerr the dentist, is at tbo  Cumberland liotel,  Iu another column will be seen  the advertisement of Messrs.  Kent, Hawes it Sherwood, rial  estate, commission aud forward*  ing agents. We are in forme-1  this firm includes lu the commit  sion anything from baying a  packet of pins to selling carloads  or produce. Also persons|Hving  here could have relatives met nt  Hie truiu in Vancouver and forward-id to th*\r H-uH 11 <iHon flt *n  nominal cost. At present Om 3s  quite a costly proceeding, count-  iug the loss of dnys* pay aud the  expenses of trip, and hotel fare  in Yaitumvct. U ftctpteutiy ou*  curs that residents having business that would not warraut ������  trip, which could be safely en  trusted to this firm, aud we are  pleased to know that this necessity has been met.  The performance of  Shakespeare's   'Twelfth Night' by the  Yule and Eddy Company of play  ers on the evening of Saturday  last, was in every  way a great  success,both  from  a   dramatic  poiut of view   and  financially.  The scenes iu the play were  rearranged   to  some  extant  and  mauy minor portious were omitted',   However, all the essential  points of the story were   reproduced so that we were able to appreciate this most famous comedy  The plot briefly wns as follows:  Viola masquerades as a page aud  is sent by Orsiuo, Duke of lllyr  ia. to plead his cause  with  the  Countess Olivia,   She, however,  falls iu love with his page,   Se-  bastion, the twin brother of Vjola  teen comes ou the scene, and in  the end is married to Olivia, who  at  fmt thinks that he and the  page arc one person.     Viola  is  discovered to bc his sister and is  married to thcJjDukc.  Where the whole was ao plena  iug it is difficult to criticize, but  the characters of Olivia, Sir Toby  Belch and Malvolio were very  well sustained.  Great credit Js due to the Ia*  dies of the Maceabce Society,  who took charge of the per foi in-  4UIV,   Wilt*."   *****    Hi    *XI*\    lil     OUI  local liunpiul. ami we ure sure  that their further efforts to help  that institution will be crowned  with success,  Nauaimo, Nov. 15,���������For the  fir-sY time in its history the cut-  put of the Pacific Coast Coal  Company s mines at South Wellington yesterday exceeded the  zooo ton mark, the amount of  coal hoisted to the surface beiug  X003 tons, exceeding the previous  high water mark by 142 tons.  The management of the company  has long looked for the 1000 ton  mark, but now that has htm  reached, higher totals are iu view  aud with thc development now  iu progress it is expected that ere  long the daily output of these  mines tributary to Nauaimo will  reach 1500 tons per day.   .���������#������������������_  Miss Gray, ot the Electric thoa  tro, left on Sunday for her homo  in Portland, Ore. whoro film will  spend Thanksgiving Day with hor  pnrcntM, Mis* Gray will rumain  away boido two or thr00 wcuks visiting frii'inln, whon Mm will return  to again rosuiuo hor <l 11 tics at that  most entortaliiiug resort,  Manager Curtis Is showing mime  grand plot tiro* tins week. Don't  miss seeing thom.  E, H, Da\i,-, of Comox, is in  the Nanaimo hospiul suffering  from typhoid f*vi<r,  1 THE CORNER STORE "  *x     ^^*������������������^^��������� * I      II.  OUH STOCK OF  Raincoats, Sliekeps, Oil  Clothing, Umbrellas  and8  4>  RUBBE  Is now COJIPIiEpTE.  These having been soured BEFORE  the recent great Rubber B������*bm,  should be well worth your early  attention.  J^N^McbEOD^  'Dunmatr-A-ve.���������  CamberUnd  *mjmmti^m*ba*im$%amnti^*0ttitii ittjfmmm tUKi^fri**wi^W<-/������>OM^;-a  ���������2  The Canadian       1  ti  Barvk of Gomrcterce '���������$���������  ESTABLISHED 1867.  f������>.  $10,000,000 ���������'���������:���������  (')  HEAD OFFICE: Toronto.  PAID-UP CAPITAL    ���������  RESERVE FUND    -     -     ���������     -      $6,000,000 (,  SIR EDMUND WALKER, President. $  ALEX. LAIRD, General Managkr, $  Branches throughout Canada, And in the United x  Stated, Mexico and England. ������  Every  facilny afforded to  firmer* and  others for the tran.siiaion of their Dank-  ngbusineu,,  Account*  may he opened by mill and  monies depotnad or withdrawn in  this  way with e<]Uiil facility.   W. T. WHITE, Jtanaffar.  I Country Business-  ! Banking by Mail-  Cumbnrland Branch   (*^***\*V**n*Jml*^ S>  m������m������������i*^^ (������������������������������������������-^^  Auother proof that  there  is to this end better rails arc to  b'1  great developmeut in business in la������<l *������<! the character of the roa  the various cities on   Vancouver 1 ^ ij������P">ved generally. At pu*-  ri    1   ���������    1     ��������� *   1   1    it.       ! cut there is a force ot  uo   men  Island  is  furnished   In the >���������. on this ^ wllich������wmJb������e ���������  nouncement made by II Ky llea������- e(j t0 completion.  ley, superintendent of the IS &Nl    n*\an"l���������7rr~T~~ 1     ,  ���������o u  *\ . 1   *. j    . ,   .1   '    Tlie Onntwa W������������l������rn  Luinhoi*  R R, thnt in order to   meet,  the ������ , ^    .  1        a    r.   ���������������       .1  .11    ,1    company,   of Courtenay,   wan*  demands of traffic on that   ue the .,���������/, .' .,��������� ���������., ������ .,       j -, .  elo������ert ilown on 1' riday ind Satnr.  company is taking up the  work;(ky wf ,Mt wtwk) m,     tQ mw  of layin������ heavier rail, on the en-! Jn8pputiont  tire nection hat ween Victoria and     r    L. ,  Wellington.    The traffic has iu-     Mr*' T- H,okle  ������W   mitt.   I.  creased to auch an extent that it A,ounw Mi hJ S������������"Iay������i boat for  has been found necessary to im-j Vaneuuw; ^^  prove the trackage to permit of    A nam  renlatirnnnt  hat  been  heavier trains being hauled, in t   orynued np in Couatenay.  Mr, W. Wall left for Vaneon-  varon Sunday, whem Tin will  shortly Ims joined Uy hi* fumlly.  Rev. T. Measief, ot Bandwiok,  very kindly prwented 11 h on Mon.  day, last with a gonorom imnpln  of honey fr.������m hit apiary, whliih  np������n king tested ran nut found  wanting.  MASS MEETING.  m.,..���������m���������������.m������������������  A man meeting of tbe employ  ees of thc Canadian Collieries  Ouusmuir Ud.) will bt beld in  the Cumberland Halt on Sunday,  November ao, 1910, ata:jop.m.������  the bimineM beiug to receive and  consider a proposition received  from Superintendent Stewart, of  Ciwurlimi Colll-fHe* 0>nn<mifir  Ltd.)    JuHKPH lloHBUKV,  Chairman Medical Board.  fflrn'n f tctl?  (Ulafia OIUitl|ing  Ttr c-d-l xraAlht-r U ;;.,������ !;*.,c !-,  ^.������'^ , 1I11I1 _jt),i  will m������i| h good warm miir mim) overeont to Veen  ont the cold, hit before you piirchni-n m.ik :r *,��������� 5  ������������������������ our .toi'lc of Fit-rites ai S20 and *,^;  And our Overcoats ot $12 to #20  Ooat 8wcatora in Grey.  Niivy and Brown    $2,2L, $i:,3*  See our samples for ma(i*:-to.n>'i/ui������-  FIT* RITE.  CAMPBELL BROS,  *!���������*  I  mm  V        \mr   I  tfg.'  fc**' THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  TheMOTH  ESTATE  Novelized by  Frederick R. Toombs  From the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford.  ConyrUht. 1909. by Joseph Medill  Pattenon and Harriet Ford.  "Well?" asked Mra. Noiati ominously.  Brand tonud tli* courage to complete  the sentence.  "His only hope lies ln nn appeal-to  iyonr family'8 social desires"��������� Phyllis  j rose from tier seat, hei cheeks red  ��������� with anger��������� "find thnr'a the only rea-  [ bod be has for taking yon up."  | Mra. Nolan gave a srrentn of wrath.  ! Nolan himself, regretting thai the un-  J pleasant scene had occurred, rose from  I the settee and advanced io calro the  I ruffled waters, but ttis face wan cloud  ' ed. Its serious expression indicated  , tbat he waa deeply ctmoeniefl over the  j frank statements ol tils managing edi-  'tor, and oue could instinctively feel  that he was convinced turn Hrand had  | spoken tbe truiU.  (Continued.)  Mrs. Nolan and I'Dyllls re-entered  the drawing room, and Kraud became  the especial otijwt of tbelr intentions.  The mm her desired to have him  print ihe list ot Her invited guests  who bad never attended the .reception. Phyllis requested mm to prim a  story about ibe violinist and was vastly annoyed wben Brand informed ber  tbat the subject was a matter tor the  musical editor to attend to.  "And there's something else, Mr.  Brand."- A look ot despair came into  Brand's face. "Phyllis went to Miss  Bartelmy's nmsicaie the otber day,  and you didn't even Include ber name  among those present." the mother said.  "Why. I'm sorry. That was an over-  Bight. 1 assure you. i suppose tbey  made up tbe usual list In tbe office."  "1 hope it won't happen again," remarked Phyllis indignantly,  N  CHAPTKU  VI. j  OLAA' (need Brand, j  "Come. come. Wheeler." he i  said     "Let's drop  the  sub- .  jeet now."  "Mr. Brand, you are forgetting your  place," contributed Phyllis,  i "Michael," insist r<i Mrs. Nolan, "are  I you going to let lliJu young mnn ruin  i the whole of us? I, for one, am glad  ; Judge Biirteltiiy is'is taken us up. and  ! lf it wasn't for the wuy Mr Brand  i runs wild with that paper"-ber voice  j broke-'"uthers might." She crossed  i to the door at the lei't. "Here we've  ; squandered mouey rljj-lit. and left and  nobody   would   have  anything   to do  with   us.     1   declare   1   was   nuppier  ; poor.   At least wiieu I asked anybody ���������  I to eat then they came.    Look at that j  liable  In   tbwe"���������she  pointed���������"groau-  ��������� ing   with   good   thing*   to   eat,   and  there's $100 for hothouse gra*>es, and |  i nobody's  touched   'em!"     She   picked !  tbe cause (ft my colleagues. I tell yoa  Judith, I kuow tbe Dreed, i know now  to gel tbe venomour-oi mn tangs. Ui.  plomacy. my dear  diplomacy!"  Judith became ernnusiustic.  , "Father.  I  believe ,v������u  would  have  been a great prime minister tu tne old  aays.'"  The judge straightened up. smiling  pleasediy at bis iinuy titers ���������eoinpiimeu.  tary estimate ol   mm     ���������Hanll)   that, i  hardly that," be proieMeu    tie became [  retiective.   **Tbe>  were teebie old meu. |  for a thousand yean- t-ourieoiisiy ttiuv* |  Ing kings una then unmet. Due pawns j  on a chessboard      liie\   wen- always  very tacitui. Judiin.  iiiose princes ot i  tbe past" |  "Oh.' sbe admitted, "you never fall i  to Illustrate yuut point, whatever It I  Is!" I  "Just Imagine," said her father. !  "What one oj tbose oid fellows wouid I  do In this case."  "Yes, i suppose you're right, and io |  up a   bunch of grapes from a  stand  "Yes. and tbe way its handling this   &u* beftan to eat item. _  oris divorce case Is ail wrong," snap- j    "Mother." laughed the husband good  ?d Mrs. Nolan." "I know Airs. Lorls. : mtwwlly.   "I've  even  you   get   away  Lorls  ped Mrs. Nol*)  Bhe is.no better tban she should be,  and   people   who   live   in   icehouses  -shouldn't throw hot water."  "We  bare no policy in the Loria  witb Ihree bunches all by yourself."  "Well. 1 felt It was my duty not to  let tbem go to waste " Sbe burst into  tears. "Come on. Phyllis."' she managed to say, and the heartbroken  mother and daughter went troiu toe  room.  "You mustn't mind what mother  Bays," Nolan said to Braud. "She's  been  kind  o'  lonely   since  sbe  came  j the eud you'll make these people see  ! how wrong they've been ti bom you."  j     "Oh. yes.'"   be  vveni  on continently.  "As they  become accustomed tu Uieir  prosperity you will tind thai iheilemo-  I gogism  ot  their  pa|>ei   will  be  modi-  j tied and ultimately   vanish."   He sea'.-  I ed hiinsell near Ills daughter.  I ,  "That would be a terrible blow for  I Wbeeler,  wouldn't  it?" sbe suddemy  I asked.  j     "Wheeler'.    Oil.   Wheeler'.     He's  nn  ] entirely   different    type -the    idealist,'  ! thp fanatical idealist. I'm sorry. I  i -  always liked tbe hoy     His oeart's all  'right, but his bead's all wrong, and I  j hope he's .merely passing through a  (phase."  "I dou't think you quite understand  Wheeler, father," responded Judith,  rising  He took bold ot the girl's hands  "Oh. yes. 1 do: Just imu ne bas lost  himself in a labyrinth, and it win taise  au Ariadne to tent) umi out I believe  tlie right woman might bring bim to  reason." He paused siguiin-aiitly Judith lowered bet eyes trom bis. "1  forgive bim any auiitiyaiice be may  have caused nm, anu l Hope you will  forgive him loo i want yon and  Wheeler to be friends itguin ami. like  the princess in tiie fairy stories.' live  happily ever after.'' He patted tier  fbudly on ibe shoulder.  iT5~fiiTt5oTTt'i*mted7)"  WELCOME CSIKItfALS.  B5cff~to"NeAv~YTSrUl  j    The editor's heart swelled with sym- i  I'pntby for the woiiinn whose ambitions j  j for   herself   and   bet*   daughter   bad,    {caused tlie bitterest pain that injured   ,,Po||tica,s��������� Get Sanctuary When They  pride eau give,    ble saw that It would . ���������   *  be difficult for her to learn tbat social      '. Reach Foreign Soil.  jtjiiopitii/n in  liy skillful inai  da which  Mrs. Nolan uppaiv....v  v.u ...   - ,     ,        .   .    . .,   .  not nos������e������s '" ,try IS* as n &enernI rule,, only too glad  not possess.  om���������^it<> hnnd   him  over on demand, and  "Oh. 1 understand!" he answered |L,ry ,.Go0{J rUk]nW(, to biul rubbish."  feelingly. ;   When, hnwever, tJie crime happens  Brand and Nolan went Into tbe 11- j (0 bo a political one, tins case is nlto-  brary to smoke. Hardly uud tbey dts- j gather different. In such an event  appeared when I'ucber entered the jit not infrequently welcomes him with  drawing room as au escort for Judge ! open arms.   In any case it almost in  for her to learn tbat social      '. 'r1-" ' U,,B'B"    w " ,   ,  a big-.any can be won only * - AVhen a man commits nn ordinary,.,  maneuvering:'the ability to ������������������crime   and    then   Hies    to    another  Mrs, Nolan apparently did -rountry. the Government of that couti-;  '���������People who live in icchrmsct shouldn't  lltrtiu* imi wntitr."  rate," remarked llniwl Jn defense.  "We merely print tbo facts,"  "Facts!" Mrs. Noiaii cried. "Tbnt  paper upsets me for tbe whole day  every morning."  "There now, mother: I guess the pa.  por's nil right," ventured .Nolan sooth-  tody.  "You've got another guess, Michael.  Nobody  reads It  bin  shopgirls,  who  upend n penny for thc Advance and  another for n stick of gum and hang  on lo a strap with one iinnd ntul tlio  Ailvuticu wiin the other wink* they're  waggling '.liclr jaws all die wuy dowu ;  io  work.   That's all  Hint   roiuin It!" |  She paused for breath, then went ou, \  "Ami I must Hny I think It's ocundal- j  oui tlic way ymi attack Judge Bur-  toltny every little wlille." i  "Yor," contrlbuii'i) PUyllls, "nnd hia  daughter's one of Uio most exclusive I  aud nought after glrlN In New York,  Mw't flic only one of Imr set who lias  boon in all nice to mu. Isn't that ao,  mamma?"  "Yet, nnd why tlio paper should go  for tier fiiilmr Just as It does fur every other prominent mun lu towu I  can't wo. She must think It's very  /unity tlmt miicIi thing* should appear  In the Advance after what aho'u done  tor us,"  "Oli," suggested Brand, thinking to  ftootlii* Ills employer's wife, "she probably knows Unit you linro iiljuoltilcly  nothing to do wltb the jiollcy of tb*  . . ...  ........... .  "Im Unit an?" eiflcuintwl Mr*. Nolan  Indignantly. "They i-crfninly are very  kind hearted pimple tu net tlie way  they do In tbi- fm c of thnt jutpw."  "Judge Iliii-tciiuy is flrst nnd Inirt ���������  politician," explained Brand.  I-i,*,,*,: .'- :..- '. ..��������� .' . *��������� ���������.' '"������������������--n������  Tbe coil versa tion had imw readied a  point where lie rcallgnl nn l**ne ot vital Importance to hlinnelf and to tb*  Advance bud been totjctieii on.  "Well, I Kippon-* he hna been iM*.  dilng <it> to u������ a little," n������ w-guu, iitmt.  pnuM'**!  Ilraml drew a deep breath, "livid up  i*rm*-i   in   the   middle  nt   tha  drnwiti|  rnum ami dtirii'iiij i������������p.aii'������i m* mum  tion to tbe owin-r ol tne iitiin-r  "Itarleimjr n.������iiili������*������ ta-"^H������- i������*iim than  nny num in tfnti." tie *)e,-mr**l. "Um  baa "nmitil tin* AdtMii������*. ������Ji������������ iwi its  pnattb/n a ful ������ wilt tm tr������nM ���������*������������  jrwi ��������� *fl.<������e������it^i*<1 li������ w������nkii������-i������*������*������. tit  kituw������ii������- null reiii-tt *<������������ ffirwieti unit  cupidity or i-.ini'si ainiuiioo i������n*a������i<������  ymi **< ti ttinn- .|iniilri."������ lie now m*hi>  turn Hint nt*> ������r.it U'M* of IfiflWfH-ing  ���������a ilea tn an ������w������.*������l to -  He wwiMtwl.  Bartelmy and tils daugiiier Judith.  Brand bad uot erred n tew nuuutes  previous wbun iu tbe same room tie  bud pronounced the judge to be the  best "handler or people" in the city.  Tbe conversation winch ensued be-  tweeu the jurist and tits daughter us  tbey awaited their hostess well Illustrated bis reasons for accepting, with  his daughter, Mrs. Nolan's luvitatiou,  Wheu Pitcher had gotie in search of  Mra. Nolan It was the gin who llrst  apoke.  "Patber," she said, "I wnnt you to \  kuow  variably refuses to surrender him,  This is in accordance with both the  written and unwritten law of nations,  whicii decrees "right of sanctuary" to  jioliticnl offenders, and for this reason  n good deal more is likely to be heard  in the near future of the "Snvarknr  incident," as it is now beginning to be  enllud,  Suvnrknr, it will be remembered,  was tho Hindoo student who was ar-  routed in London for carrying on a  seditious propaganda, in India, and  was deported, io that country for trial,  On the way out there, however, tho.  ,h,; il Z.   ���������  Z   J,u,,.tm '"twuner that wns conveying him put  tlmt I've beeu to tive urns tttto , into  lhe  h()rbor of  m^h^,  *\ni  ' Sarvnrknr  seized  the opiwrtunity  to  j jump overboard and swim nshorc.  j    A  French  policeman' arrested  him  ! ns he clambered up tho quay aide, and  handed him over to the crow of the  ship's boat that was sent to fetch him  bnck, in ignorimoe nf tho fnct that he  was a politionl offender.   But he wni  ono, in fact, He Imd set foot on French  soil; iiikI he had thereby entitled hlin-  *olf in his "right of sanctuary."  A* a  ; i>oiisei|Uctieo, tho French Government,  i as soon ns it learned the truth of the  matter, started to mako "friendly'ru-  prcm-iilations" to the British Govern-  incut, and these aro still In progress.  i What the result will  bo remain* to  be scon.  Nor are other nation* much ie*n  tender of thn rights of "politicals,"' as  this class of offiindnr is gonenilly de-  signed for short, Switzerland, for in-  stiieu, refused |o givo up tho notnr.  iotis Vera X.ussoulicli, who shot lien,  Trnpoff, the rliief of |X)limi, at H,  !������i'le,r������l)urg. Btopntnk, lh������ fuinous  Niliilist, lived in France;* (Icriiiiiny.  nnd Ituly before finally taking refuge  in Kiiglniul, and by each of Iheae  three nations in turn was hi������ extra-  ditioii reiusud.  IN FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS.  Sons Who Have Been as Celebrated as  Their Parents.  "Doesn't he take after his father!"  is the compliment invariably paid to  every hoy during his first few years.  And'it is'interestin/j to find how many  sons of great men have actually followed in their father's footsteps.,  "Nearly every one of the great men  of history was tlie child of obscure  and commonplace parents," said a  .sfieakcr in tlie House of Commons recently. He was immediately reminded  of the fact that two of Kngland'-  greatest statesmen were father and  son. William Pitt, Karl of Chatham,  who was responsible for the 'policy  which, in 1759-CO, made Canada a Brit-  isli colony, was , followed by his,, son,  William Pitt tlie younger, who became, in 1782, Chancellor of the V.x-  ehequer, at the. age of 23, and Premier a year later.'  The political world furnishes many  instances of the truth of the adage.  "Like father, like son." To go no  further than the present House, there  is tlie Home Secretary, Mr. Winston  Churchill, whose career brings back  to the minds of.,old Parliamentarians  the days when JJbrd.Rnndolph Church  ill played ihis'pa'ri( in the drama at  Westminster; while on the other side  is Mr. Austen Chamberlain, who, in  the last Unionist Government, was a  ���������member of th.e Cabinet at tlie same  time as his famous father.  Among actors of to-day, Mr. H.������B.  Irving occupies a distinguished place,  following in the footsteps bf his lather,  .Sir Henry Irving, one of the greatest  actors England ever had.  "At one tim^," said Mendelssohn���������  the unknown Mendelssohn���������"1 used  to be known as the son of my father.  Now people refer to me as the father  of my son," His distinguished father  was the celebrated philosophical writ  er, while the name of the son is known  all over the world as the great musical composer. The "unknown" Mendelssohn was not lacking in ability,  however, for it was he who, in 1811,  founded the Mendelssohn banking  business of Berlin.  The father of Charles Darwin, the  great naturalist, and author of "Voyage of the Beagle" and "Origin oi  Species," filled a similar gap between  two generations. Dr. Erasmus Darwin,  grandfather of Charles, was an eminent scientist, whose talent was, appar  eritly, transmitted to his grandchil  .dEen,_for_.^jiddHioii to Charles Darwin, another grandso^Ts���������SirTrhncis~  Galton, the distinguished scientist who  wns knighted last yenr. While the  son of Charles Darwin, Francis Darwin,, was his father's assistant unti'  1882, when he became lecturer and  reader in botany lit Cambridge.  Funerals In the Bush.  7n some of the mining districts of  South Australia there is a groat scarcity of wood. Consequently, if you  are so foolish as to die there, you  must not expect to hnve a coffin, but  must be content to be wrapped in a  .sack before being deposited in mother  earth.       '  However, when a certain very prominent resident of a mining camp  died the other people of the settlement���������by thc way, it was called Tnr-  cooler, though coolness was unknown,  and Tarhottor would have been a  more suitable name���������determined that  he should he buried in style. So they  sot about getting a coffin. They made  ono of a sort, placed a lid on it, and  laid it (with the deceased inside) in  an empty tent for tne night.  Next morning the lid of the coffin  was missing. It was afterwards found  tbat it had been stolen to make the  toil board of a butcher's cart!  However, in spite of this trifling  loss, th������ funeral was conducted with  great solemnity, The coffin was much  admired. It hnd hecii made out* of  tho boxes' in which the dynamite  was sent to the mines, Some people  might have considered that thc obse.  (luics wens iiinrrotj by the fact that  the coffin bore in largo letters, on one  side the legem) "Keep dry," and on  tlio other "Slow away from boilers."  Hut that did nnt trouble, the simple  minds of the Tarcool-'una.  HANDSOME DWARFS.,  *. Striking Race Has Seen' Found In  New Guinea. i  Details of the discovery by British \  explorers in New Guinea of e new  pigmy race are contained in reports i  which have reached London from the '  expedition. The party, undo- Mr. !  Goodfellow, the noted ornithologist, '  is exploring the largest unknown area |  on the world's surface. J  The-men.of,.t,he. new race were first.j  seen by Ca ������>tai ri C. Qi "Ra w] i ng." The* |  meeting is described as follows: ;  "Captain Rowling." was .making   a j  short trip ihto'thei inoiHitams.^'While I*  proceeding with 'his Papuans the lead- J  ing men gave a yell and dashed ahead. ,  There ,w,ere  visions, of ....pig,, but, the ,  quarry turned out to be two'hiilinen  who, after a long chase through lhe  jungle were caught.   They.were dreadfully frightened, but their faces assumed a more or less cahit expression  when their bags and spears had been  returned to tbem and they were presented   with    sume   beads.    Captain  Rawling then offered  them a  cigarette, but nothing would induce them  to smoke it.   Doubtless they thought  it   was  poisoned.    Tliey   were  naked  except for*a grass helmet, a bag and  a" tiny strip round  the  waist.    They  were four feet three inches and four  feet six inches in neigiit respectively  "A few days after, when entering  the hills, Captain Eawling "spotted"  two more fording the river below and  a quarter of a mile away. The men,  accompanviiig the explorer crouched  like cats and taking to the torrent gav*;  chase. The river made too much  noise for the hillmen ,to hear their  pursuers until they were cut oft. The  dwarfs fought valiantly nevertheless,  but were ai. last dragged to tne snore.  On being measured they were found  to be 4 feet 2 inches and 4 feet 4  inches, so it looks a* if all these people  actually belong to a tribe*of dwarfs  similar to those of Central Africa,  but good-looking and well proportioned."  One of the explorers says that it is  difficult to make out whether the  Papuans are cannibals or not. Hea.is  of the enemy slain in battle are kept  strung from the ceiling of their  houses, but it is impossible to say  whether the bodies have been devour-,  ed! ������  Dr.  Erjc   Marshall  describes  a   remarkable native festival, including a  war dance and a pig sacrifice.    Two  full-grown boars, on each of which a  rn^T^aTTstTitieTnvere-led^-the-alkir.,,  while the   women   plastered   in   wet  mud  from  head ��������� to foot,, kept up a  ; t$mendous   wailing.    Amid   shouting  | and   "tom-toniing"    the   boars    were  ! "tubbed to death.   The'women, then  i   ..t   the   carcasses   free   and   threw  ��������� ..icniselves on the dead bodies, wail-  : ing loudly in ecstasies of grief.   *  .Afterwards there was' innocent play  ; the women and girls, many of them  quite pretty, chasing the men up to  jthe   riverside   and   into   the   water^  I "This is one of the few ceremonies,"  Dr. Marshall says, "when the women  - nre allowed to beat the men, the latter  not being permitted to retaliate.   The  j damsels finally became so bold that  ! thev stormed the enmp,"  ;    Of the natives at Wakatimi, whore a  ' base camp was formed, one of the explorers writes: "They have .collected  in thousands, and nt present all nre  , friendly and all hideously ugly.  Dress  ��������� they don't boast -much of���������except a  ', tiny strip of cloth. With the excen-  '��������� tion of one 'or two of the young ,girls  : the womotij Wol.flrijhicldous, but a few  ' of tb" children lire quite nice."  i    Within n.wecH of. landing .Mr. Wil-  ��������� fred tettilker; hna of the explorers, lost  ' his life. He'left camp alone k������ go  ! shooting, nnd losing himself, citlu-i  ! became delirious with fever or went  ) ��������� ml. His bo-tv ���������< ns found in a creek  ! tho scratches on hi* face and body in-  ; dicaiing  thut  He  had  boon  rushing j  through the undergrowth. [  Rend* Only the Boat.  IS A YOUTHFUL BISHOP  A. U.  DE PENC1ER IS A PROGRES^-  SIVE  CLERGYMAN.  The New Occupant of the Episcopal-  < Chair of the- Diocese of New 'West- >  s  minster   Graduated   From   Trinity  University Fifteen Years Ago andl  His Rise  In the Anglican Clerg*/'  ^Has Been Rapid;*; ^  ./���������*'    /.���������' '''���������*; ';    '        ,,,'        ^     .*i-       . V*'   ���������'    li  Probably   the" youngest  bishop* ii>  Canada is Bishop A. U. de Pencier���������.  hot   protiouncedi phonetically -r;,who.r,  was lately put at the bend of the diocese of New'Westminster, that famous"  lacrosse city, twelve, miles from Van--'  couver.' Adam Urias de Pencier wa������'  then rector of  St. Paul's tChureh' m  Vancouver.    He is a remarkably Successful man, who had he devoted hi*  KKV. A. U.  DE PENCIER.  brains to other business than clerics-  might have been a captain of industty  Bishop de Pencier was born, in Bur-  ritt's Kapids, down in Grenville County,   Ontario;* about   forty   years   ago. ,  Prom   Keniptville   High   School    he '  went > to    'Trinity    University,    fron*  which he graduated in arts and theology in 1895   His first charge wns the-  -pajisk^^l^mm._^iiear_1011ii wn.    He-'  soon got up to Toronto aFcurale^f S*TT"  Albau's���������whicii is the real cathedra)  of Toronto; and   now  engaged  in  a  huge financial effort, to finish  up m  $300,000  edifice,   begun  over   twenty  years ago.   Next  rector of  Oxbridge*,  ���������famous  for organs���������he  was shifte.l  back   to  Toronto,   where^, he  became  senior curate of St. James', which i.J  only the alleged cathedral of Toronto; ^  sin^e   rneiiih'-fs   of   St.   James'   hnve -*  family inheritance and burial groundl  u.iuci* tue catiiditil and cnt.iedral .-<-.it  holdings must of necessity be free.  Out to  Brandon  was Rev.  Afr.  ie-  Pender's next move.   Here he beeanw  rector  of   St.   Matthew's   an'd   rural -  dean.    In  J0O8 he  left  Brandon  ior,.  Vancouver,   Now he is Bishop of New,,  Westminster. Which is swift progress!"  He Emulated Martyr.    *"  A curious , story of how u J3$ear-V  old   boy   was   accidentally   hangerf  whilst endeavoring   to bind   himself  in the way deputed in the drawing^*,  "The Christian Martyr," wus told at.  a  West Ham  inquest.    The  mother,  of   the  lad suid   that she   t^nd   her*  husband \i>oiH out one evening, lenv- jj-,  ing the boy sketching.    Asked what'.'  he waf sketching, the woman replied,.  "Tlie Christian   Martyr."    "1   have,  gol.it Jicrt," she aiud, and she hand*;  cd it to the coroner,   It was executed*,-  in   blue   crayon,   and   portrayed   ������w  youiig girl,   bound  with .ropes   to i*  stiike in lhe river, and with a dagger  driven through her heart. Thu mother  Prince Henry, tho fourth child of j tMlH- t))/jt wju,n a))0 yoturnutl will*  Thu (Itiean'l Mini* imhIist th< tienu o< t  tiit-nit ittiiir*" i,  afternoon    I'm doitig you n great favor In mine io tins one "  "Yes, my dear; I upprwl-iro It, but ���������  aoelnl dnitea"-  ']'!.'   fc'.i*! I'l',!*t,,)"1 *1*-,*t'tm I  "Now. turn rtoenn I come under tht*  head or MH-fnl Unties.' ;  "Oh,   yea."    lhe   Judge    an������w������*red 't  ijuirkiy, "If y������o  ������-i������***  mifirix  in na  bnaiiier   seiiM*     Heymul   your   lima  world |a n larger one w\\et* vn*te la of j  ������,,.,..    ,....,*   >��������� "' '*  "-iii'-i. nn   men  Mbould Int nf Bfrvlff lo each other."  Gold Leaf.  A twenty dollar guid piece If twiten  Into gold lenf would milk* 'J,NH) lenren.  tmeb d% by !l% twin**, having nu urou  of lfl.ll Mqtinrit ynriln,  Oriental Coffee Orlndara.  fn ������H*ini������-f wmhirtiHi very ���������mnlf hrana  colTe-a grinders ure usihi, Jbey nuvo  the iipiieiiiiiine ol .i i>li���������,lii nl'fui ������-i  iblik na u man's wrist uud tuurteun  Incbea long.  Blue.  ��������������� t t verv 'enrlv rterM bio** wn* tbe  universal wwtrot nerving men.   H wii*  i   "Hue   f hf    .Vnlana  ift*y   eertntnlf > *tfit>n tho cl>eiifH������i������f or dye*.   Hir Wnlter  haven't been nt fan-let to ymir1 qutf  .Hcott In hia wtll known poem "Mnr  tinned llu* girl  ,    lit glanced aharply at Judith.  *    "HUt I Wish I belli in ne, ami wtrt ���������  ' g'-riinj? on   were uettiim mi '  j     "Ititlf   |iU|������ef   Mh*|������   ii'tin*   Int   ������oil i  flint ii* mui ll nr rlrl.   (illlier.    I flout  MipjHiiM*   one  oUglll   lu   (l.liiil  it.   uut   I  do '  ������������������Judiili   Solan** lis*.*/ m������ii in avery ;  ag������ IU vxvti coiiliirv,    (irm nceO tom '.  Jurist.   "Hen tt c.iin(t..Mi.. iii tmsrcniiii ',  auil ntvtmtmi    |*.t������-ul������������ilj ������������..- uu.MTat  tn nun  win irniMi|iii   ju^i  imw  nee  ImUlHllliu   O.'l   lll������!l"ltlnin     I.   mr   |f|.  ' Malice  rt^ir������*������^������i in mm iln- imiiciary, !  unit In- niiiii n*  me    n  mlon" talka of "uu out. blue coated  aorviug ni$n."  Tflephonaa tn Spain,   ������  Hpnillall leleplimie coinpimlen adiu-t  fhflr r������i������������ m-eitrdlita to tli? o<ii������putloii  of tnr pairnn    t .-bu ������.luU bn,* to  pny tb* bl������lt������*l rnte.  Novelist and Mlnlater.  Tho resignation from tho ministry  of the well-known novelist, Rov. Joi������.  ! null Hocking, has caused much regret.  I lie is, however, but following tho ox-  I nhiple of his brother, Rev, Silus Hock  i iug, who Um has tittainod fame am n  . novelist, and who quitted thc minis  try  Nome  years  nua,    Rov.   Joseph  I Hocking has had a somewhat variod  ! eareor.   As ������ boy ho exhibited nn exceptional  fondues*)  tor  rending, ami  would walk Ui thc timnmt town, novtrii  '. itiiliiM away, when twelve years <ild, in  order to sjiend n tow eoppor* <>n ti  ; elumn loprint of some valuable book.  I Ho Uud  rend  nearly all  Sir Walter  Bcott's hooks at twelve years ol age,  I nnd nt tviirtotin ho had eoniplflled n  5 three-volume novel,   llu became land  t hurveyor id sixteen,  and  continued  1 survey iug until twenty.   When he wn������  | twitnty-eevim ho ninriil somo timo in  I custom trav-jl, and on his return he  j wrote ".ihiimx rianWrhrook," a religion'  ' novel   This he disnnsed nf for next to  nothing, but it Hold hy the thousand.  m.     ft   if    i,i..*i   iioriiu  \t  "The  Ro.  m/mco of One Michael Trovml."  | Ftet Pfclurea.  The Gtaiitl Dul,..- of Hesse, a oounln  I of the King, is it noted dead shot and  * a pianist of*more than ordinary merit  JJ.   ),*.* ..'|.f������������'i| a(,e,.rnl  <otint������s, da!*  I l������d������, and wnltws. When the Uruiiu  ! Duke went out to tho Delhi Durbar  in MW3 bo mado friend* with Mr.  , Mortimer Moniwa, tho well-known  ' painter, ������*u*lier, riwonUiur, ami rifle  ' shot, on the Iwnt. Tho duka taught  ' Mf/ MenjHm to <keteh ������n tht t-o\e������ of  Id* ted. a* Orientnlu do, nnd th<������ <������th������  er passongers often Ui������od to anther  f iftvvjid to we thtm ultting croas-logK^l  on deck, eiuieiivtiung lo"fU< thc tliiil^  profierly.  King George, who hns gone to Scot  land with liis nnronts, is being edu  ciitcd   nt  St.  Petor'a Court,   Brtmd-  stairs,  where  thero  are  about  sixty  I botirders between tho ageB of ton ami  j fourteen who nre being prepared ehiot-  lv for Kton and Harrow.   The young  I prince   is  allowed   no  special   privi-  1 legp<s.  nnd.  nppnrcnt.ly,   his   pocket  | money is limited, lor ho confessed to  n companion at a local "tuck" shop  , a short  time rifio thnt he hnd spent  his weekly nllownnoe of Is,  Thnt he  knows n good thing whon ho sees it,  i however, in evident from tho fact thnt  j while wnitiuj on thn stution at Urond-  stairs, prior to his dopnrturo for the  ! Highlnmln, ho Ismght a copy ol one  j of the best iiingimlnos, and wns seen  her husband she found the lad hanging on the bedroom door. A handkerchief was tied tightly around hi*  neck, am) slipped under it was tv-  rope, fustciied over tho door to the-  bedpost,  Clever Daughter o* Clever Parente.  Mi--s Neilson -Terry, who hns been  making such ������ hit in "J-'riBciiJa Run*  .������nwi\ ut tue haymarket Theatre in  London, in tlw daughter of Mr. and  Mrs, Fred. Terry, who hnvo nlnyod  togethi r in no ninny aueceasoa nil ovor  Kiighind, Mr, Terry, who, ouriou������ly  onougii, first walked on tho stage nl  the opening of tho Haynmrkot Thea  tre under (no Bancroft regime In l**������tV  Ulrl."  stories us the train stonmed out of  thu station,  African Railroad Profitable,  The lust section from the mirth���������  vir���������, from Kluirlmim lo Wad Medanl,  a rilstauce nf iilioiil 100 miles on the  Cnpe to Cairo Riiilway. has now been  opened to public traffic for six  months. Tt wns opened in January  1, and the truffle carried during Ihia  first half-year's working has surpnss-  nd aU expectiitiniis, The iiimuint. ol  priMlure which this new section has  lapped  has, in  fiiot.ibecn  n revclii-  ii.���������! ������������������-. .   th    <'l',',"a  ''"���������  \*tv f\r-1 motith'* working wero IM,-  noo,  Pfeaunt far Toblat. \  M������. Iteiii-wi'k (tn lur hii-l.,*ind, who  tm������ i������furn.'f hnni.. f.*������r..i- n that %*,������,,  lobUst Tobias- It \������, my tVnt; don't  be mnrmed,   M-*. H������,u|x.i-k- Don't tm  ...i.������...,in.iie������   niarmi.������|, jjt.Wil'   Vmi g.*ive um qui to  ������������������tlr������et    I...I   l������.  0"tr  iu  ,ti.tr,tm*. nl     ,   ||Jrn      |   fhouailt   there   *������������  U  Bite  ���������tu* Luiini ������i������ie������ ut-i.* ii   Mj i-auM u   in tbt hoMt! *  New Zealand Pattrnalitm.  Tbey have ������ nn*t ptfl'rral trovern-  m-nt in New /inland. In the budget,  |ir������i������-rit������-.| to  Parlianient n-wntly, if  ,���������  |.t..|.<������...l  V������. ilillifclUi'-.'   IA  I'dl'-I'l"  tit  oontnbiil' a share of the cost <>( ma*  leNlltV    .-KlM'Uln.ii     Of    WfvCS     of    ff������W-  waif.-d wt.rki r������ ami the poor* i' small  eettUte.  He Wouldn't Stay Bought, !  A gnuHt was expected for dinner, '  and Bobby hnd received ft cent* ii* j  ;*, .-:....',���������! i,iu ������nenee durinc the!  men'! He WHS IIS quiet its ii mouse .  until. Hscov. rintr that Ma favorite J  dessert wa* helm? aerved. he could i  no longer curb bin enthuslHsm, [fo  drew the ������*tiiti from his pocket nnd,  rolling it across Om table, exclaimed! i  "Hero's your nickel, nmiiima. I'd j  rutle r to Ik "  Olfl n������������djei k\n*d InvalW. !  An fxciiitn: in-^W'-nt .y-ctirri������d nt a ;  fir- in Mallarat, Victoria, lately, when J  th.- r-^id i ei* "f an i-M invalid lady I  iiniiii-d Vr-   Ki-lly whs lotnlly burnt  down, lollowing tbt  upsetting  of  ������ ,'  \4-i'-,..-.*-.f   Ifflinp  in n   b*������drixrtii.   TJw  *.M viittnin was trnlUntly temrxu-d t*y ,  i in '���������).vfi**yrtit**i.d rOl   *le> uu int*)  j tie*- hiiminir nxm And drasgwl Mr������:  One dnv Mr. Treo camo to her an.f*  rnid, "I linve eiigugod Mr. Fred. Ter-  ry to play 'lover' to you, because he*  in lull." Miss NulUon wn������ distinctly  blonsotl, liooiiuso in "Tho Yellow  Dwnif" kIio luul nlraady ox|>erloncuiJ  the indignity of being rescued by ������  ���������.hurt hero. Vory aoon her lover In  play hecitinn her lover in cnnio*������.  nnd, n������ Mr, Pred, Terry himself ox-  presses it, "Miss Ni'ilsoti took pity on  ino and beeiiine my wile."  King Remember* Clown,  jo. K,..n '���������..��������� ,. ,.l ,. t:v. '.' VA ���������"  Mr itnmeo TVwhiv, the oldest public  enlertniner in ihe kingdom and once  a favorite with London children as  pant* iii!me clown. Mr. Doughty wmu*  In th*> King stating that he wna th������r  oldest WMiih'r of hia crntt atill bolnre  th.. i.nbHc To the old man's Intenae  delight he received ii reply irimi mi  Willinin Carriiiglon, who slated tbnt  he had been commanded by tbe King  to send bim a poMnHlee order for $15.  With hi������ trouisi of performing dow'  Vr. Doughty has been a notable  Iiffvr* ������ii Hit sand* at Hrlghton for  . v r I'llrfe year*. He is preparing to-  i������������������.l,.iii. Iii* ninety-second birthday  by n iwneflt  performanco.  An Ancient Lady,  Al tb<������ Knvptinn Exploration Fund>  Rxlibiiioii in fan-i'������n then* is tlie  skil-ton ol a pw-Dyna������tic lady,  found ill "lie of th'������ countless tombu  nl" iliydis, ^cieiiiiata any there is no  doubt thuf thi* forty llv,-^ nt tenet  (Mill vf-mt* mo.   X Itumoroui paper    .-��������� -  ��������� -.,*.- ��������� -*.* - ������4i paper  i'.lh- ..ul just m the flumes n-acnod   nnyn   ttmt tfi.������   lady would pmhahlp  Liie ij.^r, . deny it il ihe loulij atill upr-ak. ������jgggiiB>i������������3waia������s������wgW.tt������^  wmwuwaanamai  it  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  0Ij4jpri"5  TOE  Standard Article  Ready for uw ia say  quantity.  Uiefu! for five  hundred purpoM*.  A can equal* 20 ib*.  SAL SODA.  U*t only tbe Beit.  1R**mk*f\m**** "������������������%������������������������'������'  *\m-*~TP^  *=.-).  SOLD  EVEMWHEHE  For Making Soap.  For Softening Water.  For Removing Paint.  For Dinmfccting  Sinlu. Cloaeta,  Draiu.etc.  HELPING HUMANITY.  In the Air  The East Wind���������"Well, they have  us harnessed."  The West Wind���������"Yes, but they  can't drive us tandem."���������New York  Sun.  Poet���������What is the fruit of adversity?  Actor���������Lemons.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gents,���������A customer of ours cured  a very bad case of distemper in a  valuable horse by the use of MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Yours truly,  VILANDIE FREEES.  ��������� Lady (looking for a cook)���������"Now, I  want a girl who can think for herself  ���������one that I won't have to watch and  correct every minute of the day. I  want one in whom I can repose per  feet confidence, sure that she will get  the meals at the time and in the way  I like them.   I want a cook���������,"  Lady  of  the  Registry   Oflice--"Ex  cuse me,, madam, but you don't want  a cook.    What you want is  a fairy  godniotherr  SMohbGure  anieklyttota oouxlu, caroa MMo, heaJs  so  throat rand lonca. ���������   ���������   ���������  85 eenta.  Father and 8on Viewed Conditions  From Opposito Standpoints. j  Twenty years ago. says tbe Chicago]  Advance, a discouraged young doctor  lo a large city was visited ouce by bis  old father, who came up from a rural  district to look after his boy. i  "Well, son." bo said, "bow are you  getting aloug?"  HOW SKIN-TROUBLES  HAVE BEEN CURED  ���������������������������~��������� V  A Remarkable Record of Itching,  Burning, Disfiguring Eruptions  Successfully Treated.  HIRED APPLAUSE.  The  "I'm not getting along at all." wo.,   ^who have lout faltl. lu ail manner of  That those who have suffered Ions UM  hopelessly from eczema and other torturing,  disfiguring eruptions of the skin and scalp  the disheartened reply.   "I'm not ilo-i j  ing a thing." ;  The old man's countenance fell, but!  be spoke of courage and patience audi  perseverance. Later in the day bo-  went with his son to the free dis--  pensury; where the young doctor had'  au unsalaried position and where he  treatment, may learn that there ii one way to  iind immediate relief, the following remarkable  series ot condensed testimonials is puMlshedi  W, H. White, 312 E, Cabot St.. Phlladel-  phla: Knee to anklo a mass of .eruption;  Suffering simply indescribable for she long  years. Had to scratch till blood ran aud  health was undermined from lack of sleep.  Cuticura Remedies cured it without a mark.  Mrs. M. 0. Maitland, Jasper, Ont.: Itchy  spent an hour or more every day. The j rash on her baby's head when but three  A web two and a quarter miles long  has been taken from the body, of a  spider. ���������   '  Crabbed age and youth cannot live  together,  Your Druggist Will Tall You  Murine Eyo Remedy relieves Sore  Eyes, Strengthens Weak Eyes,  Doesn't Smart, Soothes Eye Pain,  and 3ells for 50c. Try Murine in  Your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes foi  Scaly Eyelids and Granulation, 1  Helping Him Out  Tirod Walker���������Wot ye foolin' wid  the dog fer, Fuzr.y?"  "Old friend of mine. Gives mo n  bite every timo I come round,"  GOOD HEALTH FOR BABY  ^ AT VERY LITTLE COST  Rally's 0\vn Tablets only cost 25  cents ft box, A box bought now mny  save baby's life. Summer complaints  come Hiiddenly, and carry away thou:  sands of little onnB every year. If  the stomach nnd bowels are kept in  order thero is little danger from theso  troubles. Ruby's Own Tablets is the  best ini'dlciiiu in the world for preventing and curing atomnch and  bowel troubles, Tliey enn bo given  with perfect safety to the new-born  bubo or to the well grown child. An  oc-flftshmnl dose of the tablets will regulate thc stomach mul bowels ntul  prevent Huuiiner complaints. The  mother who keeps thi-.-i- Tabids on  hnnd mny feel assured hor littlo ones  are siife. If ynu hnve not got a box  of the Tablets get one without delay.  Po not wait until trouble comes; It  may then be too Into, Sold by modi-  olne dealers or by until at 25 cents n  box from Tho Dr. Williams' Modi-  duo Co,, JlroekviUo, Out.  SIRES ARSONS.  Thomas A. Edison started life as a  oewsboy on tbe Grand Trunk railroad.  John Clarke pf Portland. Me., is believed to be tbei only living survivor of  the crew of 400 ou the famous Oreat  Eastern.  Earl Grey, the governor, general of  Canada, will make an ex|iedltioo Into  tbe foreign fastnesses of bis dominions  this fall aiid will be tbe Urst ruler of  Canada to see Hudson bay.  H. W. Child, who owns and runs tho  hotels and mages in tbe Yellowstone  park, is a great judge of horses aad  owns 1.200 or 1,500 of them,  Robert Lincoln, sob of Abraham Lincoln, bas had a dlHtinguished and uu?  reproacbable career, having served on  Grant's stuff during the war, been  United States ambassador to Great  Britain and secretary of war under  GartieJd. Aside from these twelve  years of public life, bis time bas been  devoted entirely to commercial interests In Chicago.  Captain E. H. Pentecost, commander  of the Cuunrd liner Saxonia. has retired from the company's service. Captain Pentecost has bad a remarkable  and varied career, and his escapes  from death have been many and thrilling. Captain Pentecost, who Is now in  .the_pclthe_.ot,Jife,_recentlyi.inarried_an  American woman and intends to make  bis future home in this country.,  The Writers.  G. K. Chesterton is to venture Into  the field where Comm Doyle Is supreme. He will write a series of detective stories.  K. Phillips Oppenbelm. the novelist, is  preparing to come io America for a  visit to the home of his American wife,  near Boston, and to confer with his  publishers. Utile, Brown & Co.  Before Byron wns Nent to Harrow be  was for a time a pupil of the grammar  school In Aberdeen. Spur thut school  a bronze statue of fhe poet has just  been erected. The money for it was  raised by public subscription,  Camllle Lemon nler, the leading nov-  ellat of Belgium, tbe author uf tlfty  books, bus written stories of war, of  nature, of sex, of the labor struggle,  that wou tbe admiration of Klnubert  and Maupassant a generation ago and  are still regarded us supremo tu their  own Held,   Current Comment.  A power which, like Mcnragun, can  buy a converted yncht mid call It a  navy must nt least bo credited with n  vivid imagination.-I'ltiaburi; Cbrou-  Icle-Telegrapli.  After nil. tlio hobble alilrt mny bo n  good thing. So long as women nro the  slaves of fashion they will not becotno  tho master* of men. Cheer up, broth-  ersl-Wiishlugion Post,  That one who prays for another enn  be arrested for practicing medicine Illegally la n fentnro of medical Jurisprudence which la causing considerable comment among laymen, A recent ciiso In New Vorli city Is nil ex-  ample of the new kleti. nnd If Hip enao  la won by tho complainants Its effects  aro llkply lo bu wldimproud.-New  York Trlbuno,  father sat by. u silent but Intensely interested spectator, while twenty-flve  poor unfortunates; received help. The  doctor forgot bis visitor while he bent  his skilled energies to the task, but  hardly bnd the door closed on the Inst  patient when tbe old man burst forth:  "I thought you told me that you  were not doing anything! Why, If I  had helped twenty-five people in a  month as mucb as you have In ono  morning I would thank God my life  counted for something."  "There isn't any money tn it,  though." explained the son, somewhat  abasbed. "Money."' the old man shouted, still scornfully. "Money! What  is money in comparison with being.of  use to your fellow men? Never mind  about money. You go right along at  this work every day. I'll go back to  the farm and gladly earn money  enough to support you ns long as I  live��������� ves, and sleep sound every night  with fhe thought that 1 bave helped  you to help your fellow men."  SHREWD VICTOR HUGO.  Quiet Way In Which He Bullied the  ' Theatrical Managers.  Here are the methods which Dumas  the elder and Victor Hugo employed  when they had a new play to offer to  the theater. Pumas would write to  the director of the Porte St. Martin:  My.Dear Friend���������I shall bring you on  Monday a play In Ave acts. 1 shall need  Mile. Georges. Mine, Dorval, Bocage, Lock-  roy, Provost and live new scenes.  r^TlTlrt?fraWprn7e~wOTia~alarm"fHe"  director, who would put off the production of the play till better days.  Then Victor Hugo would appear and  shyly draw a manuscript out of bis  pocket.  He would agree to everything,  months old. It spread over entire body. Put  mittens on bim to prevent tearing skin.  Reduced to a skeleton. One bath with Cuticura Soap and application of Cuticura Ointment soothed hlm to sleep. A single set  cured him. Thinks child would huve died  but lor Cuticura Remedies.  Mrs. Wm. Hunt, 259 Fatrmount Ave.,  Newark, N. J.: Whole body a mass of raw,  tortarlng eczema. Aboiij was beyond words,  Hair all (ell out ana ears seemed ready to  drop off. Clothing would stick to bleed ine  flesh. Hoped death would soon end tearful  suffering. Cuticura itemed lea cooled the itching, bleeding flesh at once and soon cured ner.  Mme. J. B. Renaud, 277,- Mentana St.,  Montreal: Treated by doctors .86 yeajs lor  bad eczema on leg. It peeled from kneo  down; foot like raw flesh. Doctor advised  cutting lee-off. Desided to try Cuticura  Remedies first. In two months' use of Cuticura Remedies she was cured.  Mrs. Nora Emmott, 26, Lena Gardens,  Brook Green, London: Two little girls had  dreadful scalp trouble that doctors called  ringworm. Cried with Intense itching. Hospital treatment gave frightful pain Tmt did  no good. Suffered three years, cured by  three sets ot Cuticura Soap and Ointment.  H. A. Krutskoff, 6714 Wabash Ave*  Chicago: Itching eruption spread from hands  to body. Literally tore his skin off in shreds.  Doctors and remedies did no good. Cuticura  Soap, Ointment and Pills stopped itching  quickly and cured disease hi three weeks,  Frank Cridley, 32J5 K. 43rd St.. New York:  In twenty-four hours he became raw from  head to foot with a dreadful burning itch.  Suffered agonies and coald not lie down or  tit up. Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment  cured him in a single day.  Mrs. Kate Brougham, 200 Dewey St.,  Bennington, Vt.-. Hash came on her baby  and soon turned to watery, crusted eczema  over face, head and body. He was a fearful  sight and all attempts at cure were fruitless.  Vastly improved in a week by use of Cuticura  Remedies and soon skin was clear aud healthy.'  0. J. Dance, 27, New Road, Brentford.  England: Tortured for fire years with bad  skin disease. Attended hospital five months  without success. Covered with eruption. No  sleep nor rest. Felt like tearing himself to  pieces with terrible itching. With first application of Cuticura Ointment was relieved and  got good night's sleep. In a fortnight Cuticura Ointment cured him as if by magic. '  Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Ointment, Cuticura  Resolyent_and Cuticura PilJ^ai-jtsoldJiyjlDig-t.  glsRTeverywHere.   senato  Potter Drug "&  hem. Corp.-, Boston. Mass., for free 32-page  Cuticura Book on skin diseases.   *    * i  Great   Rachel   Made  the  Claque  Earn Its Money.  Speaking uf applause iu theaters, a  theatrical mau relates the following  concerning the greai actress Rachel:  "It seems I but upon a certain opening night Jtacbel received enthusiastic  applause, but.on the seeoud ulgbt It  was so noticeably slim that the actress  felt deeply grieved and bitterly complained tbat the claque was uot doing  its duty. The leader of tbe hired ���������applause makers' on bearing of ber displeasure wrote ber a .letter lu. which ho  endeavored to excuse himself from any  blame.  " -Mademoiselle���������I cannot remain under tbo obloquy of a reproach from  such lips as yours.' ho began. The  followiug Is an authentic statement of  what really took place: At the first  representation 1 led the attack In person not less than thirty-three times.  We bad three acclamations, four hilarities, two thrilling movements, four  renewals of applause and two Indefinite explosions, ln fact, to such au  extent did we carry our applause that  the occupants of the stalls were scandalized and cried out a la porte!  '"My men wet-e positively exhausted  with fatigue ond even intimated to me  tbat they could not again go through  sucb an evening. Seeing such to be  the case, I applied for the manuscript,  and after having profoundly studied  the piece I was obliged to make-up my  mind for the second representation to  certain curtailments in the service of  my men.'  "The writer thu,s goes on at some  length to assure the actress be will  try to make future amends aud requests ber to believe iu his profound  admiration."���������Exchange.  THE HORRORS OF  E  IXDIGESTIOX    OF    A    LIFETIME  PROMPTLY   CURED   BY  " FRUIT-A-TIVES."  Mrs. J. R. Flock, of London, Ont,  for years received the best medical  nttc-fition that Canada afforded.  Her husband was*a prominent physician, yet his skill and that of his  colleagues, was of no avail in helping  Mrs. Flock.  | She writes, "I was a constant njar-  i tyr to Stomach Weakness all my life  j and no physician could cure me, but  |'Fruit-a-tlves' gave me entire relief  .and I cordially recommend this fam-  jous fruit medicine to tho public."  I "Fruit-a-tives" corrects all disorders of  digestion, and is a positive  ! and speedy cure for Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Constipation.  "Frult-a-tives" are sold by all dealers at GOc a box, 6 for 52.50, or trial  box, 25c, or may be obtained from  Fruit-a-tives,   Limited,   Ottawa.  ,    TALKING IN FIGURES.  Significance of Certain Numbers In the  Telegraphers' Code."  "In the telegraphers' code numbers  have special significance of which tbe  general public is not aware," remarked  a veteran key night the other day.  "Most everybody knows that 30  means 'good night,' or.the end of a  story, but few outside the profession  know tbnt 31 Is also a code'sign; Rail-  His Reverence at the Barber's  "Drink,"   said   the     irrepressible  The stock "company  would  pluy  his ijoker, beckoning to the waiter, "is ai  piece admirably, since all he wanted Sre,at .evf ,Both my father confessor i  was a *,* ensemble: ������������������ new decora- "iV^^lSrr^v^^l^he other]  thins would be needed uor any cbaugo (iny to get ft s*.iave,   He observed that' ter significance on some roads,  *��������� ���������������������'��������� the barber was suffering from a re-j    "Five   Is   simply  an  interrogation  So tbe piece would be rend, and as (cent night out, but decided to take a  point and In the vernacular could be  this call is a signal to the operator at  the other end to come back and repeat  train signals to the sending operator  It also has another meaning, 'Train  order to be signed by conductor and  enirlue driver.' Nineteen, on the other  hand, means that tbe train order is not  to be signed by. conductor or engine  driver.   Twenty-four baa also tho lut-  The  Biter  Bitten  Old Lady���������"I shotijd like a ticket  for the train."  Ticket Clerk (who thinks he will  make a joke)���������"Yes'm; will you go in  the passenger train or in the cattle  train?"  Old Lady���������"Well, if you are a specimen of what I shall find in the passenger train, give me a ticket for the  cattle train, by all means."  Sleeplessness.���������Sleep is the great  restorer, and to be deprived of it is  vital loss. Whatever may be the  cause of it, indigestion, nervous ,de-  rangement or mental worry, try a  course of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills.  By regulating the action of the stomach, where the trouble lies, they will  restore normal conditions and healthful sleep will follow. They exert a  sedative force upon the nerves and  where there is unrest they bring rest.  "I admire your   wife's  "drFsTCs so quietly:'1  style;   she  'H'm, her maid doesn't say so.''  She���������"I like your impudence."  He���������"I like your cheek."���������Life.  the roles were distributed Hugo would  say musingly, "Dleu, bow fine Frederick would be in thut part!" "That Is  true," norel would murmur, and a few  days af'er he would announce that  Frederick was engaged. Hugo would  then remonstrate that this destroyed  the eipilpolseof fhe cast, and Haucoiirt,  r.nferrlere *h1 Mile. Georges would  be engaged. Then Hugo would attack  the Htiico setting. Old scenes thnt  iho public bad llred of were ulnntut  nn Insult to those grent artists. If |  Morel showed reluctance at tbls, Hugo i  would .f bron I on to withdraw his piece.  And so the game would go on till,  little by little, Hugo had obtained everything ho wanted, even to tho  chuiigltiK of tho paper hangings In tho  singe boxes.  chance,- In a few moments the bar-[ translated 'Anything doing?'   Thirteen  ber's razor had nicked   the   father's; g^lfies -Do you understand?'   Twen-  cheek.  " 'There, Pat, you have cut me,"  said the priest, as he raised his hand  and caressed the wound,  " 'Vis, y'r riv'rance,' answered the  barber,  " 'That shows you,' continued the  priest, in a tone of censure, "what the  use of liquor will do,"  " 'Yis, y'r riv'rnnce,' replied the  harbor, humbly; 'it makes tho skin  tinder.'"  Australia's Stony Oeaart.  Tlie grent stony desert of north Australia wa* discovered by Captain Start,  nu A hhi wllli n explorer, in IN-i.Vd. It  Is norih* of the river Darling mul Is  nbout 9in) milea long nud 100 brimd,  coiwlmliig uf sandy dunes or ridges.  Its want of trees, except nlonu tho  creeks, gives tlio country a sterile appearance, Tliiw ridge* were firulmlily  formed by the Joint effect uf winds  nml a gradually retiring sen. According  lo  t'lipniiii  Nfurt,  these  waters  Ovor 70,000 persons are employed in  Great Britain as fishermen.  Consumption kills .nearly 40,000 per.  sons every year in England,  There mny be other corn cures, but  ITollowny's Com Cure stands nt the  head of tho list so far as results are  concerned,  ty*flve means 'busy,' but nobody seems  to know how It camo to have thnt significance unless perhaps It menus that  the operator Is still in tbo midst ot his  work, being somo distance away from  80.  "Sevonty-tbreo moans 'best regards.'  nnd newspaper men and operators employ this expression constantly, of  course 23 has como to mean In this  numerical language Just what It does  In ordinary parlance, 'sklddoo,* ���������vamoose' or 'butt out* or any of the thousand and one other equivalenta."-New  Vork Herald.  DR.  WINTERS  Cures Men and Women,  him.   His valuable   advice  cost you nothing.  Write  will  BOX  215.  NEW YORK  OITY.  T-Mison invented the phonograph in  1877.  MlnardV Liniment  Ourei   Dandruff.  "Hut you must admit," snid Iteggy  Rapn, ih he toyed with his oriole hatband,  "that 1  have a great deal of,  self-iiosseysion,"  "How fortunate!" replied MJ*������ ,Ta-  jlinuco,  with  a  frigid  twinkle  in  ln-r  eye.   "I nm sure no one else would  "I think I Imve discovered n lytttoin  to be/it the hookies," rctiinrkt-ii Mr.  (hitmen, looking over Ihe top of the  morning paper,  "Whnt you need just now is n system to heat the curpi'tV retorted  Mrs. (Hiiisun, decidedly.  were gradually lost by eviiiMirnllon or jc;,ro \,i possess you,"  enrrled to siiiiie undlsi-overed sea, Tbe ���������   ���������-  Shiloh's Gun  anieJily elope coMbs, am rae sold*, heals  tiie throat imd IWe. -      * ������������ -"its.  Sweet mid palatable, Mother tlrnvos'  Worm Hxtcrminiitnr is acceptable lo  children, and it does its work surely  and promptly.  First Itivnl���������t  wonder,  dear,  shall lose my loclw as ynu have  when I get yonr agep  o,-.r.,.,f\ r������t..ni   v .../ii i    *.._ i^,  you do.  if 1  dope  Faots From France.  Tlif Frond! navy claims to hnvo obtained the muIo HjftiiM io an Invent lun  which will stop leaks In milunnriiies nu  loinatli-nlly.  The Fri'tii'li oi porta of window glims  are lens limn otielinlf wlml tliey were  live year* ngo, owing to the ereetlon of  fudorli- in count lies formerly sup-  piled by' France.  Huuiewhnl hi line with the electrical.  ly lighted Mtirfplti I* ono devised by il  Kreneli Jeweler lu which Imugea of on-  !;;.������:.* .,:*. ;.*..,!. ;��������� ;���������..u I. '...A*r.*- ;*'.:;-  piled with pow������M-fromn pocket h������ft������������ry.  only vi'gpiiiilnii, growing sciiutlly, Is  prickly ni-nclan In full bloom, nil of!  xtiiiiied growth.    Water la aenree ex- i  cept hi Hie crook* which nro sheltered, j  nud tills Is generally brackish,    l-'ew  travelers euro to trnvcrsu this Inlioa-  pliable deserU  Tha Governor"* Quick Wit.  While talking to a former governor  of Illinois, who was noted for the  quickness of his wit. an English tour  Ist spoke with special fervor of u sight  he had soon Id another state. -   *  "1 attended a Sunday service fo,r  tlio Inmiites of tho atnto prlsoti," he  wild, "and I learned thnt of tho 208  persona now confined there all but  twelve voluntarily attend religious  aervice* held In thoprtaon ohnpel twice  oiich Sundffyv"-  "Most extraordinary," nnld the gov*  amor muslncly. "I nm sorry to sny It  Is not ho with us. But then," ho added soberly. "In Illinois, you aeo, most  of the rpspectal;|o people do uut como  to prI������on."-Ltiiplncott'a.  TELKWA, B. C.  On main line of Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, in midst of rich  agricultural and mining district.  Lots from $100 up. Write for full  particulars,  NORTH COAST LAND CO'Y, Ltd.,  410-11-12 Winch Building,  Vancouver, B.O.  London Office, 6 Old Jewry  Tou Can't Cut Oof  aiWOT������mi  P3SOR8INE  will elf ia thtm off p<rainutlr.igd  yoa mat* thi kail* time tlmi. Doea  ������t bliiter or Minor* thi btlr. Will  oe won it inn wriii, txta pn  imv'd.HeoklDlrie,  noi  toll *o������  bottle aU'lurier  AMOUMNB, M..  t*i  ������������kljii.  tHn***l*. Ititfaiei tritium*Vilm.Vw.  Iiooili,  Hydrocele,   Bnp,u,������d MeiolM wLlie*  ���������mil,  tnictrcd Oliudi,   jMliyi pile eelekly.  W. t. V0UN8, f. D, h, 137 Temple St., lerinfflild, Him,  ���������  Jh.-ta.ij^  Ik* Knl,  THR ������AT  t.vatin.MiL.iiMirMi.ri  I.M ftr7tMMTIII ���������>���������������.������ *  iiumi. aaiu i nusii'i  imiaiu, wuil   rllMIUli U% Wtnliwf *  mm ���������^.(mmitiOi uaue. w. tu.tr   3!  "My  husband,"  snid   the  pule  wn-  mull, "Is tii-dny beneath the cold, Cold:  waves." '  A Quick Lit, |    Deeply    touched,   the      benevolent,  I'lwienep of mind n inly anviil an jgentlenian jiuid ht, Int nn ornament  eniliieiil   neior   his   gold   wnleb   mul j which he did um want,  clmli.,    VVIiilo crusMlim n bridge In *���������[   "Y''K'" Ml"' ''"U1"'"-''!.    w>"'"  thick nlaht mist n aiispli'l.ms looking l"|,,,-,">' W,,H ������<"My. .������������������*"-l  umn M'ldih-iily  obscurity,  pocki-t; "In1 U  loomed up out of llw,llwr|���������B torpe.lo-l.oat."  into  ���������lnllilie on a ll.-W  the  lier  Mill.-  "Can you loll me tho time. goVnor'/" j Minard'a Liniment Curea Otirni, Etc. i aatfd .Hniwti.  Slfln Language,  Rrown nnd Jones woro having thoir  usual stroll and hnd Just hml n few  minutes' conversation with Robinson,  who wiih accompanied by itle wife.  After they hml gono on somo littlo dis-  tniit-o drown snld to Jonoi:  "Old you notico tlmt Hlra, Robinson  never snld n word?"  "Oli, yoa," snid Jonoa. "You aee, alio'*  denf and dumb "  "Lucky cbnp la Rohlnaon. nut I suppose aha enn talk with hor ItnircmV"  he gruffly ImpHred.  "You nro ton hue, my dear sir," replied the neior suavely. ������.\ gentleman  who pus������ed u uiliiuie ugo stole my  watelir-Kicliiinge.  In n certain    villntre  Iriiilesiiiuii entered  nud  drink.   Aft. r drinking it  limn  behind  the  bar if  T)i# Alttrnimth.  Wt guarantee the  prat qnlity and  ahjoluti purity ef  the Macro media  SWKT&WRAL  Cigarettes.  n    travelling  calleil   for  fl  ...���������  Iti-k'-'l Hie  many motor;  ,      , ,.������������������������- i-i  Nile   InMer      "Whv   do   von Vi'   thn������ I  .,���������   n..n....   , .-i    i ,m i<l������estioiir"     "I    thought   ynu might  Mrs. rmPny-t wiin ������. Niirpriai-il to ,'mV|1 mimkvn ������������������. f���������r ��������� ���������������������������������������������,., HI|lJi  hear thin l-.dlth and Mr, Hl������*liiglmm I given me petrol in*t*wl <>f wlti-key."  wore riiiirrlcd.   Von know they alwiiya Igenlly retorted the traveller. ���������  ui������ed to claim their ntt������ehm������-nt wa* j  .    , i  merely    platonle.    VI rs.    Kollm-tiiei������~ I  ten, l remember.    Hut now, I tear,  they wouldn't claim It wa* even that.  ���������LIpplllCOtt'M,  "I think ao." repllNl .lotiea, "for Robinson hasn't n dor.eu li.-ilr* loft on his  head,"         ft������������ll������m������fi������ Wnrl-  "Cflmo (mo a fortune, didn't he?"  ' W������, u utt* one.  "Whut'a he duiu' these day*?"  "lie ha* become Interested In cell Irv  ment work."  "Well, flmt oiicht to keep hlm oeeu-  pl.-il for iitt-lill.i* tt,* otr../! ererrfir.it-.'"  -liouxtoti i'OML  Horn*  DYEINQ  li ������������������ wcr ������ ,  8>v Money  Pfit W������lt  TryHI  tlmpt* m Waahlof  DYOLA  ���������AUKIMOS'  JUtT THINK Or ITI  IWmWmmt.r.mim*, lllk wMUM Omtmt,*********  mlih in. ������ Wil' |lr������. Nn 1-t.iMi ml mliiikri.   rut  t������4 Hi tmittmt Colon U niwi, liomr������j,������ llrwieM mt  UiHi **n* twiVulmU,! ,*4 STORV Ikwl H. tl  'III Joli*(������>-*ielHfe>a������ C*��������������� U������llld, M>.������it������il.  Excursion  Fares To  Iverelaa.  Wnlklng. we en. told, I* a Rood atat-  dce-lK-iter than riding In an antomo-,  bile    Ttie tiouWe U itiat a great ttmuy i  of u* are not looking for ���������aantlao.��������� I  Mliwaukco ^cutlutiL ,  DODDS '  > KID NEY  k PILLS  Jenee-mat do yon Mak mm ba i  tbt end of tht woman notation! i  Brown-Tbera won't ba any #wLi  Tbtftl alwaya be aakltat 'am. j  ! Hia Night Work.  i    Cynical l'rlctul-lf the bnby la tho  ! hoc  of  ihe establishment  and   til*  ! ninther  I*  the  auperlniemleMi,  pray  what position do you oecnpyT   V-imng  NUht  |w������*urllyi-uii,   im  tlie Hoor-  walker-Halilmore American.  K HNf  (11  ' '  * M -   ',    111  ' 1 II f   " (   *���������  USTEItX CAKA0&,  NEW YORK AND BOSTON  Will be on sale daily until Kept, ,10th,  [Via 8T.  PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS OW  !       OULUTH,   CHICAGO   ANO  I GRAND  TRUNK   RV.  j or  Via  PORT ARTHUR. NORTHERN   . NAVIGATION OO'i STtAMfcRi  Jewelry Gctere. M"p over privilege!.  lira,   tlnrle-c't'it'ereit   with   Jewele, ]    Free *,\,\,> trip*  laa't atml   Hn, lw������vie-Vee; It l������ hart i   hm tn-k.-f r< -ervntion*. tnro ufcle*  to tall nt Bm ihrnro wbrthef una be- |ln*L,,i,ili;,i,,r1S,,ll,',nIV,,,r. ���������   ..  btntta to the mUral or animal ling. >K *' OUFF, ������������naVt^(^������*nt P������������n|*r  Iphofic Too* 9*t I*,,****<��������� \ve , tVfnnfpej  dmn -Life.  t   Pratt* vMiaMmd m rntSre tt *te*  fulae.-Uroadburat  Want nt t*ntw ****** enerm damaga tham  mam **i anvwim*t������m,~ti*iiu)iu.  W. N. V., Ha, Vi. ^i-^^^sr**.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND',   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The Oiratalaui N  Issued  Every   Tttes'tw   bv   the  Comox   &   Curnber������tand  Publishing   Qompany.  This paper will net 1<"UI it-scif  responsible for the oj-iui<������i$..>f uth-  er*t as may appear in H* column  trom time to time.  I'tJESDAV,    Nov. 15.h,   liSiO,  .    ���������    II II       I���������������W     ��������� IJMIP���������  Coast land district.  ��������� ������ " o  ,  District ot Ooast. Itaa^e 2.  TAKE NOTICE that g-Jwenl C  Towmend  oi    Vancouver,  B. C f  peutleman, inteuda to s pply for per  roiejfon to purohase iim following  described lands:   Con.menciiip at a  po#t planted about 7 milea  north  and 2 miles east of the   Kouthea?*.  corner of CL 3358, thence south SO  ehains,   thence   west, 80   chains,  thence north80chain.-, thence eastl  80 chains, to   post   ol   commence  ment, containing 640 acres, more or  hsi.   EDWARD C TOWNSKND,  Dated July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Knnpe 2.  TAKE NOTICK that Frank \\\  Lei son, of Vancouver. B C��������� broker,  intends to apply for t urutissioti to  purchase tbe followi. ^ described  lands: Commencinjj; at a poet  planted about 7 mile-- north and 2  miles cart uf the south-, n-u corner (d  CL 8358. tLence north 80 chain*,  1 hence east 80 ehaini,,-,hence south  80 chains, thence w������si 80 chains, to'  post of commencement., containing  640 acres, mor*. or lw*.  FRANK W UEESON.  Dated July 27tb, 1910  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  1 list rict ol Itine t-  TAKE a. tie that Lilla Elea-i<r J<n iu-  ��������� u, ill y'iuk.-U*. r, IJ O., ucoupotion.mir-  li d woman .intei>d< t<>apply f..r i������i*rm 8-  s n topurCfin.-'- Le follow tut* described  !u ds:���������L. E. Jeukuuou's S.E uu-uer,  C mmencii.ti. at a post pin ted at the  nortli eau* e-rtif-r of ���������St-eti.-u 1, Township  ���������Jl, 'hence wis t ICO chain*', theuce nortb  a> ehiiins, raure or lesj t<> Georgia Lt^o,  tlu uce eaet along the lake shore to Towu-  Inp Una, tlu-iica aonth 33 chain* mora or  1 -m to place uf e .muience ..But coutainiog  510 ncrOH, u.i.ru or \mn���������.  LILLA KLEA.NOR JKNKINSON,  Won. Leslie, Agait.  D*ted June 23rd, 1910.  RUPEBT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rugort.  TAKE NOTICE thit Lilla Fhrence  Jt-iikiuB u, of V .nwuv-.-r B. C. occupation  Spinster, intends to apply for i trim sum  to purchase diu f'dlnvi.tf disc ibed laud*:  Commencing at a pott plnutu t at tht  ������orth������ant corner of b������* turn 86, T������wn-  si.ip 'io, thvnoo sout!. HO obnius, t>e*>ce  we������t UOi-hah. , the.ee north 80 r-haius.  the: cd east 80 uluiug to vl ce of com-  meno.mN)i, co. tsiuing CJ10 aor.s uiore  or lea*.  LILLA FLORENCE JKNK1NSON,  Wm. Leslie, A(<e.it.  Dat������d Juuu Slat 1910.  HND AOT.  Form  No. a.  Form t,t Notice.  Coast District,  District of Range 2.  TAKKnotide th.t  William  Leek,   <*t  Vuncouver, ocoupatiou Enjaneer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described bind*:���������  Commencing at a -n>nl plauted on the  beacb about ono and a half mile* South  ttaot from the South Eaat corutr ot O. L.  3358. theuce North   eighty   (80)  clmus,  tbeuce E*������t eighty (SO) chaita,   thenbe  South {NA ohaius,  theuco   We-t   i,S0)  nhuios, to point ot oo.iimeowineui, oou-  tuiuiug six huudred and fort*/ aaies, more  or hm,  WILLIAM LEEK  Ni.Ua  ul App.lC.llJl  Dated June 4th, 1010.  noithe.ist comer of No 6, being four  iniles north of lhe south .vest eorner of  No * i, tlience norih 8o chains, thence  /.est So chains, thence souih 8o chains  ihence east So chains to the point of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND ACT,  Form No. 9,  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District uf Rupert  TAKE NONCE that   Paddy Clement  Slythe, of Vuncouver,   B, C. occupation  Logger, iuten-'s u. appl>  for permission  te purohaae thefolowiugdeacrilied lam's:  Commencing ut a po������t p]am������d ai the  southeast      c.rut-*-      of       Sooth* 1|. townakip 21, marked P. C Bly-  iht S. ������. con.or, tnt-nor- north So oiiai.a,  titan** w.b, **) cfaau a, tbenoa goatk 80  vhlJus, th������uteejttf 80oiiiius to.plaee >f  vouiaicuoinowt,   oonwlui ig   GiO  acre*  ui.ue or Iwh  I'ADDV CLEMENT BLYTHE  'A'ai. Leslie, Ageut.  Dated Jute 30th, 1910.  LAND  AC r.  FoiujNo. 9,  Form of Noticp.  Coiet District,  D strict uf Rauge 2.  TAKE notice that Veina Leek of Vancouver, occupation Spinster, intends to  apply for poriuissiun to purobase the following described lunds;���������.,  Commencing at a post plauted at the  North West ooruer of No. 1, thence West  eighty (80) diaius uioru or Ie 8 to C. L.  3358, theuco Ntrtb eighty (8u) chaina a-  Iuiik O, L. :i358, tbenoa East e.gh-y (80)  chains, theaoe South eighty (SO) chnins,  ta the pjiut of coimutii.cuiue.t, coutaiu-  iug six huudiod tana forty 1,040) acieo  more or lese.  VERNA LEEK'  Name of Applicant.  Doted June 4th, 1910.  ,   ' Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District of Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Walter Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  to apply for peiu.ission to purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  at a post planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (beiny, three miles north of the  southwest corner of No 1) thence north  3<> chains, thence east 80 clums, ihence  south .80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of commencement, containing six hundred and forty, 640, acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, 1910.  Form of Notice.  Coast DUtriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Barton Hoi-  lard, of Vancouver; occupation, ao-  ofluntant, intends   to apply for permission 00 purohaae the following described laodBt CommeucioR at a po������t  planted at the north east corner ol Ko  12,   being four   milea nortn and   two  miles weet of the south we������t coiner ol  No. 1, thence north 80 chain*, thence  neat 80 obaina.thenoe aouth 80 chains  thenco east 80   ebaina, to the point ol  commencement, contafning MOawea,  more or lw.  BURTON BOLLARD,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 7th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  '!*';..  Form No. 9.  Form of Notioe.        -  ' Goaat* Biatrict, Bange 2  TAKE   NOTICE   that  John   M.  8t-?wart, of Vancouver, occupation Car  penter.iotends to apply for   permis-  eion topurebsao tbe loliowing ttucnb-  ed   lauds:���������Commencing   at a   pest  planted at tbe noiibweet coruer of No  11, being three milea north and three  milea west of the southwest oornor of  Nol, thenoe uorth 80 chains, tbeooe  west 80 obains, theuce south 80 chains  tbenee east 80 obaios, to the point of  oofnmcDeoRtaat, ccntaioinft',640 aeres,  moie or leas. JOHN M.8TEWABT.  Name oi Applicant.  Dated June 6,1910.  LAND ACT-  Form No. 9.  k-  COAST LAND 1'ISTUIST.  __     District of Coast, Range 2,  TAKB^wiCKj[irar"(TsWgw~Morey-  of Vaucouver, B.C, broker, intends  to apply for pormiseiun to purchase  the followingdeucribed lands: Com  iiiencingat a post plair.ed about 7  tnilee north and 2 rale*1 east of the  nowtheaut con.er of Ci. 3358, fiienec  north 80 chaina, tl.-iiee we.-t 80  fhnins, thence aouth ��������� 80 chuiu*.  tbenee eant 80 chains '0 pot*t of  cointnencenceut, coutnininjt 640  acres, more or lens, (jkorob more.  Dated July 27th, 19H),  ItUfL'KT LAND DISTRICT  l>i8.iict of Kupdrt.  TAKE not a������ that W'iuiam Robins mi,  of Vumsuuver, li. V, occupation Ba ts.nau  i. te,.U������ 10 anpjy f...r per,.,i8������i-<u to pur-  cltiui������UiefuIiuwugd<'80iibed'luudi: C m  nitiuuin at ������t 0 p, at planted at the S. li.  corner ol See.iou *;4, T .wubh'P 21, marked W, Ito'.iiiwu, S. E. comer, thw.e.  mrih SOci.iiin*, theuce w.as 80 ohui..s,  the������ce ������uut������ 8d cimiu^, thence e.st 60  (Milium 10 place of cou.m*noeuieui, cout.111  111^ tflo ..wed, m-r������ ..r lets.  WILLIAM ROBINSON  VVnij_ Lcalie, Ageut.  DSta Jxxno SOTh, I9i0.  l.ANDACr.  Fo.nu No. 9,  Form of Notiee.  (,'oRst Dint riot,  District of Kauge 2.  TAKE notice thai Elauor Leek of Van-  eiiuvi-r, ocoftpa'iou Married woman, in-  Unds to apply for perniUpiou to v.uioho.1-  tlie follow jug described lauds:���������  ���������-"Commencing at a post plauted nt the  North Won corner of No. J, thei.ee N. rth,  eighty (80) chains, theuce &nc (80) ihaiu*  V orm of notice.  Coast District Hange 2.  TAKE  NOTICE tha   Willinin   H.  Whalen, ol \'ancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends tp   apply for permission  to   purchase   the   following   described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the north  east  corner of No. 6,   beinn  four miles north of the south west corner  of N".. 1; thence north 80 chains,   thence  east   80 chains, thence   south 80 chaius,  iheuee   west 80 ohains, to the   point   of  commencement, containing six hnndred  ���������ind forty acrts, more or less.  WILLIAM H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Daled June 4th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notioe.        ,  Ooast District, Raoge 2  TAKE NOTIOE tuat Alex F Brem-  ner, oi iiiston, oooupation engineer,  intends to apply ior perbisoion to pur-  ct.asit tho following described lands:���������  Commencing at a prst planted at the  northeast corner nl No 12, being four  mi'es north aod two mi lei* west of th-r  southwest corner ol No 1, thence north  80   chains,   thence  east   80   cbaiui*,  hence south 80 ohains, tnonce went  80 ehaioa, to the point of commeoot-  meut, oontait.ing 640 acros, more or  lest. ALfcX F. BREMNER.  Name of Applicant.  Dnted June 7,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. For������ of Notico.  Coast Distriot, Raugo 2.  TAKB NOTICE that Alexander MePhco  of Vanoouver, Occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the lollowing detenbed lands:���������Coxnmeno-  rag at at a post plauted at tbe uorth west  oornar of No. 12, being four miles uorth  and throe miles west of tbe south *est cor.  ner of No.l, thence north SO chains, thence  weat 80 chain*, thence south 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains, to the point of commencement, containing 040 acre<, mure or,'.  less. ALEXANDER McPHEK,  Name of Applicant.  Dated Jane Oth, 1910.  RUPERT LAND MSI KIOT  Dutrict ot Ru it.  TAKE NOTIOB,that-R.-ih KoeiaCl.rk  of Vancouver, B, 0��������� oiicupHtiou tuani d  woman, iuieuds to apply t 1 pttraiuisiow  to purcbaao the following .1. ������eri\.ed landa:  C.iwmcmiinii'; at a pjHt ,1-u td nt the  eoutb oast co������n������r of oooti u l, lowuship  ������1, thenoo north 80 oliuiuH, thence west  HO chains, thenco euatb 80 ahutut, tntuce  tint 80 chains to place of 1* intu-i.^moiit,  ooutaining 6i0 aores, inarc or !.������.*  RUTH KEZU CLARK,  Wm. Lt)..lU, Aneut,  m-tMi Jau. 8111,191V,  RUPERT LAND DlsTRICf  l).!tnc- ef Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE tuat 1. E ward Toon  lev, ������.f \fi.������i!oiiv^ B.C., o.cupnt.i<ui, T--av-  el'*r. i.teuds to apply f-ir perm.sisi.iit .���������  i.u chase tne f������ losing do ciiiiei   lauds:  C-munnoiug at a umt planted  in  th-  north en-t uoiuer of Siciioa  12, Vowhlup  21, ihnuce t-ast SO ehains, 'Ihuce s u1))  40 cbaiui thu.ee wsfc 45 ohai'-a moioo.  itsi to  UuifyU  Lake,  <he.ee wt.terly  along uoitii Nho'-eof lake 95 cliuini, un r<  or leai t>' where Revtion lu.e bo ,w e-.   See.  12 nnd  18 iutergtota lit e, thuuii   eati (!o  ohaius more nr lest to plaee of vninmenve  iMiuit ������ scribed vn p������-t 80 eh ih.s to 14. K.  O'lroer, E Tho 'il y, coi.Uu.i (fGWa'-rea  more oi-Ua..   EDWARD TIlOllflLFA.  Wm.Le he, Anei.t.  D.ied.lu*.e*J8th, 1910.  thonce South eighty (80) chains, tiienut  Wost (80) uhaitu, to p.iint of coriimeuo..-  ment; co.ituiniiig six i.uud ed nud fo. ty  ueies, mo.o or leas.  ELANOR LEEK  Name of Applioaut,  Datod June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  LAND  PoruNi  f.CT.  ..9.  RUPKRT LAND DisTlllCr  District of Kupvrt.  TAKE NOTIOB that u-uri(e Norman  Wuraley, of Vanoouver, HO. occupation  b.iolckooper, intends to api.l>- fur pormi-  ai������D to purvluae ths follumu-j doncriboU  lnndBs��������� Oommonolng at a ..������������t plaotod nt  the south wail oyruar of tr-.v hm 18,l'o*u  xhip b, V'tttt, marked O. N Wordov's 8.  W. vomer, theuce enM 80 eliaius, thivio*  uorth 80 ohsinn, theu00 went 80 obaint,  theuce oouth 80 obainl te pok-e at ooat-  ti'onooment, eoutuiulog tit* tuton, tubrr  vr Iciw.  0K0KQ8 NOUMAN WOJi-iUtY,  Wit,Ualu   '      '  Dited Ju������i C9lb, 1010. __^_  UUr-tlt^LAND DISTKlOl'  Dralnut of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that I, iSanmel Bnw  don, of Vmcouvir, U, C. wxiuoution nii'.  ktg e.iuini<er, iuto.da u< npply fur pirinm  hiuu 10' pm eiuiHO tho foliowuiK iloHcnbed  luui|������:���������Cuinm������iuci'ig at 11 post pluuUd at  tha south weet control S.ctioa 2, Township Si, Unnoe 1101 h 80 clitiua, ihence  ��������� H������t 80 elifii'iK, Mieiioij  south 80 i.*li*������iuH  thmco ��������������� .t 8(1 chains, -.'ipJucuuf uouuu*  oi'COiut-bt, ttouUiiub'K BIO ..co . moiv er  Iohh. SAmDkl IViWDEW.  Wiin Luallo, .i^tii.t.  Duud Juno 21st, 1010.  KUl'KRT LANUDISI'UIOT  DUtriot Lfliuport.  TAKE MUTU'E tlmt Hftldeo Aaliby,. f  Vtuooxmr, ti. V., n*oupiU������n, mnrrie->  woWha u.U)Dd������ tu appiy tor pu. m asio^  ta) purauni* tbw foi lowing Jiwibod lainL;  CJUt'������toiiiuK nt a post pliuited at tbi  ���������on h ia������t mrnur ut Ni-otion 8m, Town-  idiip'21, tbenue uirtii soeUni:*, thuuet-  v������st H) ehaiiu, tboocu si-uihao chains.  KUl'KKT LAND DiettlOr  Diatriot tf ltn|t������ft.  TAKU NOl'ICIi that ntrpbco ������o������tli.  of Vuoouv..r, U.C, oocup^tiou, book.  ke-'per, liHouiln to apply fur ii������iiniia<uu to  bUrollHi-u tliofullnwitiff di-io llnd hudi',���������  h. Ht .ah, ri. W, otonar, i-umvuiuiug at  u f'i.t (iNuicI on Tow.mliip 1 n(> at ���������oiith  '1 .tpirtel Uwiritia Lak", 'hii.fi wiUtb  ItA .ihi*ni", mum ur lias tu .un quartw  p....t ������Miiwi������*n i.otUm ai fu) HO, Totfu  ��������� lip U aud'���������'!), tho������oO oat .10 olitia.,  Ui-iijOs noith ICO cluioa, th.u.>owwt 41  A-tHi*. tl.tiieo south 'i cli> lis xi plaos ol  Co'nuiaiicoMOtit, ooutau.l.-V 840 ������ei������a,  mo 0 or low.      SriiJ'llh'S H!*TH,  Wm L.ilie, Jutaiit.  D.UiI Juni- 'Ard, 11110  ltUPKUTLANDDJA'imCT  UWliict ut lUrvrt,  TAKK NOriCR ttiHt J.du Kinkfna, ol  VanOuuvtr, ti.it,, mu-yi*., u.wi,c.,i������  i*x\An \f *,i,,\y lm friiif.. f,n, t*> imr.ha.%  ���������be lollo^viuK dft-irhVid imi> si��������� O'lueiwo  amy: *��������� *��������� "������** l'"*ut������u *i uu, .^nUi  east  mwtiHi et r^ie-iin34, To*������i4>i|i A������. th<M������c  a.utb 60 Amlm,  theaoa want **0 ������bai������a  V^enCn no-Hi $0 eliNinn,  ;biiuoi<  taet **���������  ������������������'. ino It ���������beit nl nornt.iii*ti'0(in������i>t, o<������  tnUiioa oViU tii.ro*, i-"^'-... . -*.  JOHN tHM-UW!'.,  Win   I*--.tt, A������oot  DaUdJuue Slat, 11).0.  HUPKRTLAND' illKlCT  Ji;������tri'-t, ef I;  1.. rt.  TAKK NOIlCri thut .*. i<* rM*m>i Jri-  )itri<im, i.f '. ������ri!(u.vi*r V ('.,    ei"pit!.in,  MAMOgl* , l'-:r. ItitumlK t.i   |��������� f ij ), 1 |.i.hi,)i.  ii..!i t-,,   |itU<)nM*> *.|l4 foi- >*-iiik   i^Mir'aft  l*u^������:������������������^���������m������������������ - i.-fitu a- p si. \i.... ������������1 m  tha ������������rt'l*i���������% <*j|iii*r ������.| ;i..|> ni, '.< '.'���������-  ���������hip H), 1-bm ������ *���������) ��������� ii - ��������� ��������� 1 u \ I ���������> 1 ������������������������  am/I Jtaiv.-'ii.i a,'.!.������. ���������.*���������������    .rtn   tut Aiar.r  thai it, w- t ... 1 ,1 I, A ���������'���������-' '��������� <���������'���������������'*  !;l in,Slim,,,I, r., Si   , ,y 1',*-)   -ist**, i~Oft) . i  ibum���������*���������! tV tltiiiut, tiphoeot cmiii  b^iSukaahby.  (MMMtattt, ooutal������ian  1      Form of No'ice.  C.vift Dis rict Hr. go 2,  TAKK NOTIOB Ih t Kitnerine Brown,  <���������< oupntion  widow,  iideud'  to apply for  p rmituiioM to pu chase tho tliowitig do-  sorideil  1������iii1b:   O nunei c...k  at a puat  plui.ted st tlin Dorthi-a-t coruer of No. 2  (beiritftw . miles uorth of  il.o flouthwe-t  corner uf N*> 1) tbonu. iorth eixhty 180)  uiiuiua,   UiOuOd. xtnA lighty (80) chains,  tbenee south eighty (801 ehaiua,  iheuut  ess. eighty 180]obains, t> tho  point  if  ovuiweuoemunt, coutiiluiDg tin bundled  aid forty [040) ucrua, iooio ur Jess,  KATHK1UNK BROWN,  Name of applicant  Dated Juno 4,1910,  la"nd"aoT  Porm No, 0,  borm oi Notice.  Coast DiBttiot,  DUtriot <<f Huuko No  TAKE NOTICK that Amiie Brnmnor, of  R.)������tou, oto ip������tiou upii.st-r, iuteudi* to npply lor pi-imusion to pm chase iho folio ������v  log deso.ibed land-: Coinuutioing at a poat  ptiuiiQit at tho nurtbtHHt corner if No. 2  [iNiing two mih a uorth of tlin Houtbw-M  ovmerof No. I) Uioneotorih ������igh'y [SO)  ubaiwi,  thctiw.  eiut liuhty (80) ehniu-,  District oT*T*lange i.  TAKE NOTICE that .(korge Whalen, oi Vancouver,occupation, uontractur  intend* to apply for permission  to" purchase   the   following   described  lands  Commencing at a post planted about on.  mile west from the north west coiner ol  No 2, being two miles   nonb   aud  twn  miles wc*t of ihe south west corner of No  i; thence north 8o cnains, thence cast 8')  chains, thence south 8o chains, more ot  fle-s to C. L. 3358, thence west, 80 chains  along said license to point of commence*  ment, containing 640 acres, more or less.  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  IMM������MMMWMMt������������������M4aMStfMHHMMaMeeMnBHM  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form ol Notice,  Ooast Distriet, Runge 2.  TAKE NOTICE that John Morsv-  k, of Vancouver,oooupation constructor, iotfinda to apply for permission  to ptmhapo tbe follow irig des-mbec!  landsi-Commonciugst a post plaotid  at tbe northeast coruer of No 14, being five miles north and two miles  west of tbe southwest comer of No 1,  ilit-ncu uortb 80 chains, thenco wei-i  80 cbsii.s, thence south 80 chains,  tbeuce eust 80 chains, tb tbe point oi  cemmencement, containing 640 acres,  more or les.������.     JOHN MORAVIC,  Name of Applioaut*  Dated Jure C, 1910  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  " Ceast Distriot, Raoge 2.  TAKE NOTIOK that Naomi McPhee,  ot Vancouver, occupation, mairied wouun  iuteuda to apply for permission to purchase tbe following di scribed lands: Com  mencing at a post pluuted at tho uortb  west corner of Nu, 14, being fivo miles  noith and three miles wast <-f the south  west coiner of No. 1, thence north 80  chains, tbenee west 80 ebaine, tbeuce  south 80 chains, thence east 80 obainr, to  tbe poiut of oon.mt.neement, coutuii.i.ig  040 tures, more or less.  ,    NAOMI McPHEE,  Name of Applicant.  Dated Jnne 6th, 1910.  LAND ACT.       "~~    -"  Form No 9.  1'oroi of No-ioe.  Coast Diatiiot, Itauge 2,  TAKB NOl'ICE that Jo������et h Mor-  ivio, of Vti'.i'i uvt-r, occupation e^io-  t-r, inlands to apply hn pt-ro iisioo to  nurcbaee tbe loU.wing described lamts:  Ot'Rituiociug at a post plsntrd At the  n.ir>hi ast corner 1 f No 14, being fi������i  u*.i!<*B uortb aud two miles west of th>  H.uihwti-t curntir of N. 1, ibi nee north  80  chaina,   it-ence   east   8<J  chains,  t.icnce south 80 ooaiuB, tb nice win 80  chains, to tbu  poiut   el   cunmienoi-  lubiii ttouiaininK ^0  acr-j-x, more or  1^.1. JOSEPH MOKAVIO,  Nan.ool Ap pliant.  Dated Jute 0 1910  LANU ACT.  F������5nTNO.  lull, of  inter.ds  Form of Notice.  Coast District Range 3.  TAKE NOTICE th.il Robert It. Ellis  of Vancouver, uiccupittinn,brokcr, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Co*niiiencing  at a pust planted at iho south we-<t coiner of No. to, being two miles north and  two miles west of thc south west corner  of No. I, thence north 80 chains, theuce  west 80 chains, thence south 8a chains,  more or less, tlience uiui 80 chains, to  point of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or less,  KOHKkT B. EI.L1S,  Name of Applicant.  D.te.l Jnna 4th, 191(1.  Dated June 21tt, 1911  Wu. UmIm, Ayeut.  Co������k'i Cdtton RMt Coaponod  .Tiiji jffwt  40ser*B������,(itfre orltlKKiuoanuth i-i^hty (WJ  obaiuf, Uhmjo  wm. W|bty [80) *.hiiiwi 10 point of void  teeaeeneat, eoatolaiaR mi bandied and  furtv ((HO) wrea, move or let*,  ann'iu lmRifNnn,  Nnmo nf Applicaut.  D.t*dJun������4, 1WIU.  :tm gnat, UlcHos Tapis, iPid  niy smio  <ii\l!i/tual Monthly  teanlnlorcn wWnli womonono  opeiiJ.  Boldlo th?i������ i  * strnnntk-Ao. t. ft t  aoi*i*'*4ia atroncoi, aj; .,  iM^<MJ. wuwa, t* por  tiy all dmiffiwu.W'  m on, nofipV of p  lteiMlB]jl)HK.   A-  .  0IIMTfl.W. iJmtmiiiWt  Thi  (remit  UnpHtA   Jtetitedv.  Tonw and invliiui-uimi.tiiu K U������Io  l.<-iNl) ACT-      ���������  Form No. 9.  Coi������*t Disnirt  Disitict of Uauge 2,  TAKE NOTICE Umi Edwin V Hreiu-  net, of Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply for purmissioi) 10 pun:hn><-  .tairvvnui 'wsuiiii, ni;ik.������i   n,.i f������'ie following   desenped   loads.   Com-  ..1 ;*f������* |������btt h,enc,,", 8t * ^ p,*,uei1 M the nor'h>  js^wiwu, C(������,,rtt**'*'**.,.*t.ti   I.V.^u/.w*  ti... ,   I ,.,     , ,.f V���������   ,    f\,n\������������������   ,**,*���������**    miVt  ������MJ^*������,a*llliOrj.������������.-l/.������Jiis������������<>i������ Kftmiset [**���������* '    ', '  Tv-WlliHjY-.t ifrf'-.tflr <-m������-rtlM*t.-������m,( , I nrnth <xf\be vnnthwMt corner of No   i)  &������������^rSi^n^%t^ ihence north eighty 80 chains,  ihencr  J^ffaffcrr* m*^*2S*9t*t. *e������ eighty, 80, cb.iu-4, tlience south  -  '' r " '' ���������"��������� ������������������ ���������* eighty, 80, ������haim, thence cait eighty Hi*  HAVWABD DIKTHICT, rhainito point of cninmeucement,  con-  t ...������> I (. ,rl,i T(,ii.'. ;i r���������.  LAND ACf,  Foi in No. 9.  Form of Notice,  Co.ist District Range .  TAKK NOTICK that J������hu G. Arm  strong, of Vancouver, occupation, clerk,  intends to npply for penniMion to purchase the following described buds:���������  Comincni ini[   at  a putt planted at the  north oast corner of No. 11, being three  niiiii, uurili and two milut  west  of the  south west coiner of No. 1; thence north  80 rlinins, tiicnre west 80 cliains, ihuncc  theuce stnitti 80 chnins, ibct;rv eust  80  cliiins, tv ihe  point ol commcDcumeot,  containiug 640 acre*, mine or less.  JOHN G. ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applicant.  Dated Juue 41b, 1010,   LAND AOT.  Form No 9.  Fani of Notiee.  Coait District, Range 3.  TAKE   NOl'IOB    Ibat    Wli'lUn  iluine������, of Vancouver, oceupation fore  niim, in tf nos to apply lot |n-rn.l.fibi  tn purobaHfl tho JuHon-iriK ileso#ib-.d  Unds,--l!iiniRK*niiri|t at a post *.lsiii<ij  at the nortbo������st ooruoi ol No 10, beint! six milts north and two miler  went of tbe Southwell eet ner nl No 1,  theuoe north 80 ohains, thr-oe west  Si) ������hales, tbenee poiith 80 chains,  theuce thhi tJOohkii.s, in thr point el  ootn(������������noea������t'i't,oi>ntiiiiiii)p 610 anrt-s,  more ur lets. WILMaM HAINES,  Name of Applioant,  Datfd Jim* 0 1010  ... ..������..  more or less.  EDWIN l������  TAKK NOVKU: tbnt *.ity day* txtUi  ttxe, I, r|iarii*n II. ntnin������n, i.f Wli������l*������  <*)%n, fJurnaletand, a������winillowfr, intend  '���������* a\-i\t tt periiiiad'in t.. I<������n������n th������ foil w 1 , )md <mt ^ ,9I0,  l<������ (fjiorili'ij furctfJnun;   l!iiiiiiua������i,iiij{Ml j    _____  * r������.*t |.|i|(������#.l   at thu  MkIi nii-Hf   maik, I  mmmmmmmmm^mmm  ������i*o������'   (Iti. i;tiiiiii< u.������, lh������r!) front   Uo H  'A*   i-.T.>er of ihn fr^e inn������l H. \V, iptart-  ���������r *.- 1 ti ?tl,  r.rt.T. I a! ami, t^n-in,. r-'a-  ainj U 1 *��������� utnt.r|y t|,r������*������iion f.,!i������������iii^ the  M"..it������ir i.| t������io aw...*1 linw t������ ������ jw.inl tt-i,  )h\*ns ������ntthi*.l> ln������m tli������* wii'i s. W ������*r-  .���������I f tanitaoiioiial b.xxj <|<i ,i������r ������������.  UKKMNKK,  Name of Applir.ant.  LAND ALL  Form No 9,  Form of Notice.  Cuan Diviiui,  DUiricl ol Kange 3.  TAKJt NOTICE that  Helen  Sh.ia*  ADA iUwtKuH 1 KNklS.���������*.������������,  ���������A m Uwl v, .IK- u  A***mAmm**l\*ml..*  tnuM Oirt^iIsland, ������n������l Mi.hrwiif ai!inrt��������� ^rtmion, oteo*Mtlon married ���������*(������-  ti-f-r>������������li..M itur*ini������������an in |..  ���������jifrt  i*������vl Jul  'tAxb. wo. \Onma*Mm*H *\ *  1*** pUttttd*tlh������  LAND ACT.  Form Mo, 9,  Form ������f Nonce.  Coast District KitntfC 3.  Ta tf V NOTIOK t������ ai Unttud* IIH  ilaod.o! Ve'ioonrtr, leeopiui't., nim*  'rl������d women, (lairnifs to apply for per-  mission to iiiirohiwn Hw fo|lt*������wlr.v d*m  aorflii-if lat.ifsj ConnnerniuK at a pi.ct  |plr.nteil a* the north em "orncrol bn  ll,   Itin/ tinea end'** n tilt ted   n������e  mil's w������M 11 ihr R IV  mn������ir id Ni  1, intM-'M*- n. rt'n ht .".������..i* -., 1 '.*',,,*;��������� < ��������� '  HO   Cl"i-|#    tl!*l..>toi|ltt   B'������  cVnl'.*,  ilmrr* wet W Am '..������   '-.'I- "" 1 - '  wipiM'iif iitM-nt, oiiOt.i. it������i* IHO nci*������������������*,  ��������������� re *���������* h-**.  OKRIKIDK HOIUSD  N ������������������**������ 1 f Applle^Nl.  Dated Juor 40>, 1010.  <,w w*tti 1 WJ|(|i ,weBai to apply for prrmimrm to  [pnK-.li.tt* the fwWnwintr de������rn������������f-f Linda;  ���������tn*u*   H. nTt-ASU*.  gVRFOHlRK YOU THK SHW'r*  O.SLY 0*Nli DOLUU A YKAB.  LAND ACT  Form No 0.  Form of Notioe,  Const Distriot, IUuk* t,  TASK NOriCB.tbal GiorR* 0.  Pratt, ot Vai.conver, icon pa tion  ae-  oountant, intends to Apply lor   p>������r  talwun to purobiee tbe K>IIowIdi{ de-  irrlood lano������:���������Oommtuei get a peat  plant.d 1*1 the northeast oorner ul No.  10, beinc sit miles  north and tww  mile* west ol tbo soulU west oorotr oi  No 1 tlnoee north MU ohains, tlenre  rae-. Hii oliaira. thei-rt soun. bO chains,  iln'iive west 80 ohain*, to the tioli.t 01  in Mui-pmomuui, ooi.tiiiniiiK MO norm,  moie or leu.  QKQRUB 0, i'BATT,  Name ol Applicant,  Dated June 0,1U1U  Coast District, Range 2.  TAKK NOTICE thst Lewis J.  Vai.couver, oooupation, foreman,  to apply for  p������rmi"siou to purchase   tba ,  folio* iug dtsuribtfii  lands: Commei.oiiig  at a post planted at tba north w ttt 1-0. n< r  of No. 16. beiug ax mlc-a ni.rth and tl.ren  miles west of the soulh WfBt comer of No  1, thence m.nh 80 obaint, the. oe we-1  80  ohains, thenco s.mth ,80 chains, thenoo  oa.t 80 ch-dae, to the poiut of comm* < e-  meut, containing640 no.e������, moio <.r lwai.  LKvVISJ. HULL,  Namo ot Applioaut,  Dated Juue Oth, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form'No. 9.  Form ul Notieo.  Ooast Distriot, Range 2.  TAKK NOriv,������ tuat Alexander J. Stew  art, nt Vancouver, ou.upntio.i, ourpeuU-r,  intouiis to npply tor iKiriiiioaiou to pur-  uhu>o the follow iug duHcribeil hi.ilH*.--  Uuii.iuiiiK'iug at a puat pltmiud m tl.O  uli-ro about -'J ii.ilai iu n south **u������.  torly direotion frf������m tho south wt������> c������r������  ntrwf No, 1, th������w.o north 80 fllinina,  thouco mui 80 ch������iiif, theuoe south 80  oh .ins. thunce west 80 clmina, to puint  of ojimnuiHiemoiii, coi.tniuiiiu 040 aoree,  moro or less.  ALKXANDKRJ.STBWAUT,  Numo of Appliuant.  Dato J^noflkU, 1010,  LAND AOT.  Kunn No. 0. l-'orm of Notiooi  Coast Dislrlut, Uan������<i 2.  ,   |.!'l<   (>������'   I*  .;U'.V<I������.'..*...  UND AOT.  Form No 0,  ���������-* . <  . :.di I rvii.  lOHU fu .i*.',*y.  4J\ii.*l Uirtii,:'  Un ,-e 3  TAKK NOTICE tbar Der* fergn-  ���������on, of Vaneootar.oceopsllon bntebar  intend* to applr for p������.rmli������ioo to  the   fr   orebasa  following    dsaorlhert  (*(-., mn*.Mr,,, at a ���������vntnlantetl  net tba teach at ih.������ sou 1 west corner  ol No II, t",iny two n'ila* north  ani1  ilii������> tntl'i wil nl the sntithwrlt ror-  011 til Nu l.thsnoo north 80 obain������,  tin ran ���������*������(.( ROohii-a, tlience rout I  80 ciiHlnc, more or l-si to shore line,  .i.e.:.*-<     ���������>***    K0    oliains      elori|t  ���������.-.-..mi lin. ������ t'f.int ol fommnicomfin,  r M.iaU.in^ WO niter, tent* "t lean,  lnVh KV.HiiUfON,  Nanm nl Applicant,  1)..!��������������� .Tnnf 6,1910  TAKRNOnCB that KiiKabetU Jane  Bnlth, of Viuiuouver, oouupHtu.n, man iod  woman, intoii.tti to apply for p'raiHsiou  topurohuo tbo ftlluwinn duavrlbt-d Iuuiih:  Oemnttuelug at 11 po������t plnutod ut tv.������  south eaat oorstr ot No. I, thenoo ������������nth  80 ohalna, more or he* to shorw ll������������, iba**  en eaet 80 chaius along -lorOnm hosoilo. y  of No, SO, tluniw uorth 80 vlmius, tl.ono  west 80 obains, to pemt of ooutneueouurt,  oontalnlsg *A* noru>, mom or leas.  I-UJ/.AIJItTllJANR.SMirii,  Niino of Apphi'Hnl.  D.to Juoo Oth, 1010,  ��������������������������� t*      a     "' ���������mn 1 ��������� M  LAND AOT.  Form No. II, Foini of Nutloa,  Ooast Diatriot, Hanpjl.  mViV, NOTIOW ttmt Onvtil Dawmrn  Mlltir, of Vattonuver, iKMinpailoii, oarpsn*  ter, InUnda tn apply for pvriiilisinn to p'u -  ehaaa the following duacrlbHl Uinln--Oom  msnclngat a po-t plantod at the snath  (������������������Mt tamer A V������. I.  tXurre r,r,rtX, SO . tifilna  th-Hies rimt 80 ai.nin*, tbattitt aoutb 80  ohains thenoe mm 80 ohaini, tn point of  uommanoainent, vooui-aing 0-10 aorta inure  or ires,  DAVID DAWNON MILUR  Nauio ol Applicant.  Hated .lens Oth, MHO.  IV VOU WANT  good mm*  iilVK UH A TRIAL  YOU BALK A   flvo   roouwl  honiMHiii Imlf lot. For furtht-r par-  tifiiUrs ������pj������ly et tht* offlcw  SAKE-Smifb   iViinfir  I OK  Tvii**rite������ in   Umiid   titdet,  $m.m will -aoll for $50,00, )  ply nt lliif olUiv KEaBr*aa^������0u  JSTaSPTSi*  ������V#A M> lfc#������������W--W*-  ���������Wan**:*  J*-\4r*tmmmi*s*ti*mrr*^^  J  THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  LAND ACT.  ������rniNo. 9. Form of Notiee.  Coast District,  Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William F. Smith,  of Vanoouver, occupation, carpenter, intond* to apply for pormiwion to pnrobaae  the following deuoribed lundsi���������-Connneno-  ing at a poat planted at the north eaat oor.  ner of No. l,thendo uorth SO chaina, thonoo  ������aat 80 chains, tbenoe sontb 80 ohaini,  thence west SO chaina, to point /of oomaa-  ���������anoemont, eontnioiog 640 acre*, mora or  lass. WILLIAM F. SMITH,  Naow of Applicant.  D.ited June 9.'li, 1910.  I  LAND ACT."  Form No. 9. Form of Notico.  Ooast District,   tta-ago 2.  j TAKE NOHOK that Margaret MoKiv-  , -or, ul Vancouver, occupation, married wo  i irau, intendh to apply for permission to pur  ��������� obase tbe following described landai���������Com-  j, inenoing at a post planted at tbe north east  t <*orucr of No. 3, being two miles north and  . one mile east of the aouth woat corner of  , No. 1, thoo co north 80 ckaina, thonoo eaat  ,��������� 80 ohams, tbenoe noutb 80 ohains, thence  | west 80 ohaius, to the point of commence-  ���������> meat, containing 610 acres, more or legs.  . A4AIWARET McKIVOR,  ., Name of Applioant  f Date* June 9;k. 1910.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U.  B. C, Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -     FOB   SALE  BY     -     -  Waiworth-Roistori Go.  Ltd  Vancouver, B������ C.  1020 Westminster Ave.,  LAND AOL  Form No. 9. Form of Notioe.  Coast Dinti ict, Rango 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Annie Uigbam, ml  Vancouver,cooup������ti<m, married woman, in  Uii������l������ to apply for permission to purohaae  the following desoriknl landa:���������Commeuo-  itig at a poet plant* <i at tho north eaet ooruer of Nn. 5, being throe miles nortb and  one milo oaut of tho aonth west oornor ol  No, 1, thenoe 80 obains north, tht noo 80  chains east, thenoo 80 ebaina aonth, thence  SO chaina west, to the point of commencement, oontatning 640 aorea, more or less.  ANNIE HIGH AM,  Name of Applioant.  Dated Jnne 9th, 1910.  ������e  H  LAND ACT.  Furm No. 9. Form of Notice,  CcBSt District, Rauge 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Maggie Armstrony  , of Vancouver, occupation, married woman  io������enda to apply for permisason to pnrchase  the folUwinii described landa:���������Commencing at a poat planted a- the north east cor-  <ter of No. 7, being four milus north and  one mile eiut of the aouth weat corcir of  No. 1, thence north 80 ohains, theuoe east  SO chains, theuoe Month 80 ohain**, thenoe  ���������vent SO chains, to the point of oommonce-  aiflut, containing 040 aores, more or less,  MAGGIE ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applicant,  Datod Juno 9lh, 1010.    '  t*a'-*\  bin n  < a ���������*  __**  r-) tx  :h <**  ���������* 05 ������  5       **  ���������So.?  %- *  "     *tf  ������ - S  tt  m^   to  i-  S c 5  *i*  ������ s  t ���������������  it -a  C  a  s  a  $  a .  u  &���������  0  4  6  SB a  O  i  ^   ���������  H    ���������mm  ���������������!?���������  X   mt.i'Z  3 5 2'.'  e a o  tH ������ O)  " .s  9 ���������*.  l. V  B IT  9  ?  *  2  a 5  00  *  ���������a  y,  at  P.  a  *0 o  tm  o  Pt  O  o  J 3  ���������3  a  *  a  a  H  MADE IN CANADA  NOTIOK ia heroly givou that on tbe  Cist day of Dt-c mhor u������xr application will  be mado to tho Superiiiteadout of Pruvin-  ami Poiiou fur tbe reuuwal of the bote! license ti sill iiqu.ua by rouil iu tbe hotel  kuowii as the Woodhua Stopping Plaee*  aituaieat Oyster River, in tho province ot  ltii.bh Columbia.     Asnik Woonmm.  Datod Ood ber 11, 1DI0.  ������������������i^������*������ mil u���������i^f ������i*������^toi ai w.e  NOL'IOB ia ln*reby given that nn Iho  fli*������t diy uf Duoeiiiuer uuxtapjiliwitiorij������i]i  ba made to the Supcimtend-->it nt 1'rovin-  oinl Police, Vietoi in, f������r ii r**!i..������ ul of the  li'toi lioi'iit*o to sell liquora by lutail iq  ihe hotel known uh tho Union hotel, situate at Union, U C,    HamuklO, lUvis,  Uutod the Uth iluy of Uulobvr, 1010  NOTICE  Any person or persons^cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  Jolonging to tlio Wellington Colliery Co'y., <v from or off the land  of the said Company, will In* pros,  ecntoil to tho full extent of the law.  W. J,. COULSON,  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery 0o,y.  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way curs of  the   Union  Holliery  Company hy any  person   or  persons���������except tain crew���������k- strictly  prohiMted.    EinpioyeeB  no sub-  ���������ec to (iismipsal for allowing  Bam-  By ordor  W. L.  COULSON,  General Manager.  A cop o( BOVRIL is a fine  tonic in any season, bat it k  valuable in many othor ways.  A Ettle added to Hashes  and Stews greatly improves  theirfoodvaLe. Try it whea  wannisg Canned Meats.  BOVRIL  CUMUERLAND & UNION  WATER WORKS CO., Ltd.  Notice.  Sprinkliug will be allowed only  between the hours ������f 7 to 8 in the  morning aud from 7 to 8  in   the  ; evening.  Leaky taps must be attended to  at once.  Any ciiungoR or additions* to ex-  j isting pipiug must ba sanctioned  by the company.  A. McKkioht,  Manager.  i  -G-H~T-ARBE1������-  iliGH GRADE STOVES  I  And aU KITCHEN . .UTENSILS.*  s  E-n-sax  Lp  i  RE.  Tw- maUan SOAI', aoftentw wator. im..  rowlns aM  MJaL dUafacttec miim  abteu  andmtihi 0n,l for monyottier  READY FOR USE IN AUY QUANTITY  For makfof  ������   parriouu.  AaiiiiVquiTUJOI^'ra'alSoSib  I SoM EvsryvilKre,  \      E. W. GILLETT CO, LTD.  ire Tort Mo, Oat.  NOTIOK is horoby Rivun th..t on the  i llrs< dny i f Duuombor next nppliu'tiou will  bu inndu tn to tbe Htipirliitendeut *t I'ru-  vlnoinl Polleo, Viotoiin, foraronew������l of  tlio In.t������l liuoime to ������oll liquuts by retail  in thu hottil knowu nu tho CotirUiiuy liutul  aituiitotl at O.'tirtenny, ll.C,  John It, Johnston.  Dutsd Uotober II, 1910.  NOTIOK is haroby glvou Uut ou tlio  flrat d ty ol Deoomher uoxt applioatioo will  bo made to tbe Nuporiiiteudoiit ot I'm-  yiuoial I'olioi, Viciorie, (ur a rui.awal of  tlni h'tnl liooiiho tofioll liquor* by letall  o tbt hotol known ah tbe Jdk I otel, ritu-  itMl tt  Oflmi'S, &C.      lOIIM MABflK.  Uatud Out,. Iwr li, 1010.  The Coqrtenay Hotel  Kvery eonvunien^c fornueulB.  TheOential HoUl for Sportemon  None but the Hest of Wines and Liquors  .it the liar.  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  BICYCLE  "BATtiGAIh  Police Model Humber Bicycle, only  soiled/complete with  Carbide Lamp,  The outfit cost about ������90.00.  Owner going away will sell for  $55-oo cash, or S60.00 terras.  This is a Genuine SNAP.  Thos. PLIMLEY  1110 Gov,t Street, Victoria, B.C.  ISP" Opposite Spencers  NOTKE ia hereby Igiven that at the  next meeting of the Board of Liocnse Com*  uiiuionera for ibe City of Cumboilaod. I  intend to apply fora iviawal of the whol-  aalo liquor license hold hy mc, utuat������il ou  lot G, block 15, Cumberland Towrnaite.  OIALI MUSsATTI.  Dated thirloth-dtyTsf-NtJvOTbornarOr-  FAIRFIELD  $  - STORE ~  1. JACK, Pnor.  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits aud Tobacco,  Vancouver Ice Cream,  DutiHtnuir Ave.  Cumberland ft  wliwi 1 iiiii.iiiiw   ii i������nwwwi^iiwn_  NOTICE ii hereby given th\t at the next  meo ing uf iho Boiud of Licmae Coramia-  sioue a of the City of Cumberland, I intend to apply for a renewal uf ibo whole-  Bali)liquor lioonae hold by nu, situated  on lot 12, b ������mk 7, Cumborland Townaito  FliANK SOAVARUO.  Datod thin 15th diy of Nivembor 1910  ������ATK������  HEASUNABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  NOHUKin barohy fflven that on tht.  'lr.t day of Uocoinb������rDO*it apjilioailno wilt  it mude to thu Huporintoudunt nf I'ru-  vinoittl 1'olioa Viotoria, forareauwul nf  Jj������ liotdl I ciiiiw to mill'liijuiiN hy rolml  tt the hotol known ba tho llalimjiinii Uo.  ,..1, Hlni.t'd ut Lu..d, 11,0.   Viun Tiiulin  Datinl Ootober 11,, 1010.  NOliuKw horoby Rivm that on tin  *lr������t day ot Daotwlwrnaxl applivHlioii will  ie mxiio to tbo tiiijieriatandontof l'r������vin-  inl I'.dno VioU'tiit, foi ������ rooowid at tbe  ulel lioomo to Null liquora by 10tail in  ho hotol hnoon aa Utn Willow* HntH ai*-  iuM ������t Campbell Hirer, li. C.  THUUKAUANNKN.  Dated Ootohor II, 1VI0,  NOTICK ii linreby rIvh that on the  j-rit d*y uf December ntit applioation v ill  to mith tn tlio Siinerintdnd^iit cf Pmvl*..  |inl I'ulio-x, Vivtorin, for tboronewalof Mn  .itol Urn 'a 11.. n, II |j.]ii in by 10141I i t!tu  [ot.) kmiwn n������ tl 0 Wilton imttl, h ������it<-d  Union Buy. ll.O.   Inn* Htinr*rtv, in.  UHudOot'bai 11,1910.  NOTIOK TO THK 1HIULI0.  Havitii* bnilt a Inr-jo wurolioimo and mill  at Conrimiay, I will in fmtirt hoop on  band a atonic of all himla of Hay, drain,  and Fund at loapnt inarkot riitoa, A  ���������proiklly will lw made of ro'liir oruahod  foailforhoiiHwbioHnill maU t mtinu  ot ona third in tht eo*t tA teed, Ordom  aim tha latmaUr or hy phono will bo  promptly llllu.l. Ttiunklntr yon for yoor  pitr niiuf in llm pint and mllnbini? t onn  Him-noonf dittiiattm 00 bmtdar Iium, I  bog to ninin  Yonm to iMiinmiiiid,  11YUON CHAWKOItn.  99<>-P<>9w9<>99<1,*Ht>999999<>  P.  f  Doaler in  AW* KINDS OK  Fruit, Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco. < \  Bonora Block,  I   OUMUKRIvANI), h,(l.  **-**-������***ft44>****������**������***������������*  NOTICE is lwioly iiivon that as 1 0  next meeting of tho Bo.rd of License  CnnvniaMcnoiB of tbo City of Cumber,  lnn.lj I iotond to apply foi a ren wai of  tho wboleunle liquor license h< Id by me,  eituattd tm lot 9, block 7, Cumberland  Towniiite.  VICTOR BONORA.  Dated thia 115lb dny uf November, 1010  iN'OTIt'K in heraby givoa tbat nt tho  next mi������U������0 ol U>������ Boiird tl Liouat*  Comtniiudout-ra of the City of Oumbir-  liiml, I intond to apply lur a tonuwal������I the  wholcHiilo llrjnor liooimo hold hy mo, elt-  unteil nn lot 12, block 0, Cuiuborlant]  Townnito.  JOHN MAROCCHI  Diitad thia lfitb day of Novomber, 1010.  a>" ��������� w *������. ������^**^���������^^������^, wm wi^ ������������������  S.S."LITHIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, B. C.  j1  COAST  LAND DISTRICT.  D:atrict of CoaBt, Range 2.  take KOTKE that Frank Hinks-  man, of Vancouver, B. C, wood  tnerclntnt, intendi* toaj>|.ly for (,er-  mission to purchKeo the following  described l.n.d*: Commencing at ���������*  post planted about 4J mile* north  and 1 mi't-unfit ol ihe foutheast  corner of CL 3858, thence south 40  chainp, thtnc* weet 80 chain?,  thenfo north 40 ebaine, thence eabt  80 ehuiini, to p������st of corame.u ement,  containing 820 tores more or   less.  rtXAtiK HlNKSMAN.  Dated July 28th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Const, Range 2.  TAKB NOTICE that Pnroival  James McLaughlin, of Vancouver.  B C , rancher, intends to apply for  permi6fion to purchase the following desoribed lands: Commencing  at a post planted about 5 miles  north and 2 milea eaet of the eouth  east corner of CL 8S58. thencenorth  80 chain*, tbenee west 80 chainE,  tbenee aouth 80 chains, thenco eaet  80 chainp, to post of coniinencement  containing 640 acres, more or lefb.  PERCIVAL JAMBS McLAUGHUN  Dated July 27th. 1910.  WINTER SCHEDULE.  Effective on and from the 3rd,  proximo, the following will be the  fall schedule of onr local mail  steamers;���������City of Nanaimo leave*  Nan .iiiio at 7 a. m., on Wednesday* und Friday's and the Queen  City leaves Nanaimo 10 p. m��������� on  Mondays. City of Nanaimo leaves Coniox at 7 n. in,, 011 Thurs-  days-and-Satnrdaysr-" QneotrCity  'leaves Comox at 1.15 p.m., on  Tuesdays. "  NOTIOK in heroby givon tlmt ut the  next iiitnitini; of the lkii.nl of l,joo.<Ke Cun  mind*mom of tbe Oity of Umibi-Mind, 1  iiiUmd tn a ply fur a renin id of thu hot.  ol 1 ueimo hold bv mn for tho Wavurly  lloiol, nitiiiitod ou lot 2, blouic 'd, Cuioliur  luud Towuuito.  FRANK DALLOS  l)a*od thia IGtli dny of Novo n or, 11)10  NUTIiiK in hor..by niton thit at tho  noit met tiugof tho board of Lio������tinoOom  raimi. n ra of tbo Oity of Oamberland, we  intend to apply tor * lenowul f tho hotol liceUHo hoi.) by uii fur tha Veudomo  liotul, Hittmtort 0,1 lot A I.li.uk .1, Oiimbor-  luud Towniiitii,  WILSON & llltAMIIEK'J.  Dnt'.l tbi* 15th th, of Novo nl) r, 1010.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  In the mutter of nn application for  for  a   Duplicate Certificate of  Title to Lots 11 and 12 Block  A [map 522 B) Town of Cum-  berland.  NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN  that it ja my intention at the expiration of one month from the date  of the first pubPcat inn hereof, to in*  ���������ue n  Duplicate Certiffcute of Tide  to paid lands inmed to John West-  wor.d on tht������  7th dny   of  Aunnet  1895 mid numbered 814 C.  Land Registry Office, Victoria,  B.C.  Thn 23rd day or Aurist 1010.  S. Y. WOOTTEN  Ro'itioirar General.  UiMiuiM ti, b, CO., ot B.C. Ltd  Wf������k-niid Hrrvioo  Iwtwoen VaiimnvAr,  Knn������l**i.), Union, Comox, liy tlio  ������t*������l (Hyde built twin M������t-w  ������'������nun.r "COWltlHAN"  SoilitifrM iindtir���������  LoavM Vuicouver, Antnrday 4pm  ArriVM Nannimn, flntnr-iay 12 pm  Arrive* Unlan, Nnndiy fl a m  Arrivif. Ci.ii.ni,  Sunday ft ������ m  RommlnB:--  I^nvf* <"onif.ii( Hrnday Ipn  U.7e������ U'i'oj. rtuinliiy 5 p m  Arrl-rui Ni.ia mo, ."umlny 11 p m  Aiii������������i VanutuVar Uuttday 1 n ta  Kl*u* \*.*re** Ui.ion f * ("n mhor Jan \ ***  oto  JOHN McLEODS  fOlt F1WHT-OT -VMM  CMMIV, KKI/11X,  i\\t\\V*r\ ������v TOBAOCOH  WriPVI.  V..f..������.l.   f.\,..m   .l;l;    ...   "J;,   ������;,���������  (Uy nl Utiwn.lirr nut ������pplimtinn will Im  m������ilo to tlm Hnprrint������ini|rat of PwvliiHil  I'nliot, VI0I01 i������, fr.r tho rcnnwal nf tha hotol lioouM In Doll Utinet* by t*lti\ in thn  ho'nl known m tht Fort Au-fqit������ hoUI. lit  DBtMl at C3orW.1I, Il.t'. J. || IIOLMN.  Hotwtdpt.ilMir 11, 1V10.  NOTUK ih burn.>y tf vou tuat ut tho  inst mentlng of ihu lloird of LliMinna  CouiuiImIuiioih of tlm Ci y of Cumberland, 1 iiitowt to apply for a  renewal *\ Ihe bnttl Itunn-o hold by mu  fur tha Maw KnRland Uotol, situated oa  tbo Mit half of Ut .'i, In bhok 9, Cumber-  laod Fowpa1t������,  JAMKS WAbTltH.  Dnted thia 15th dny of Novombor, 1010.  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  District of Const.  TAKE NOTICK ihat D.ividson-W.ud  Company, Ltd., of Viiiiciiiivur, B.C,, occupation lumbermen, intends to Apply for  puinmMDii 10 lew tlm following tie-  senbed lunds:���������Commencing at a poit  planted nt a point on Timber Limit No.  30610 on the east side of Copper Reach,  I.niit;lil)oi(iiif{l������ Inlet about \n chains  north nf n strenm on the unul cut side of  of s j id Copper RchcIi and 1 chain easier  ly from the khorc line of C'PI'er Ke.uh!  thence west so chains, tht-ntc south 3o  chains; 1 hence east 20 tluiins more < r  leas in ,1 |*nint 6*������ foei cast ol the shore  hn������* of said Ccppcr Renrh* thence north-  erly 30 chains, but pirallel 10 the shore  line of louijhbortiUKli Intel, tn the point  of coinmunreiiiem, and containing 40  ���������icic-i more or Ics, including (ill the fore  hhoie, tide lands' and lunds covered by  water within the boundaries thereof.  ALFRKl) JOHNSON,  Anew for Dtvidnnn-Ward Co., Ltd.  Datld October iSih 1910.  mm******** nimiummm)  NOTICB ia ii herefcyeir������ivth������:������t tho  next oriMting cf the Board of Lioenoe  GomaiiMloner������ nt the City of Cumber-  hnd, I iatend to ������pply tdt n tratiafer o  the whakesh \kfamt hmmo held l.y no  on lot 3, block 2, to block 15, lot 6, Ouui-  bHrlaad Townsite.  CIAU MT7BSATTO.  Dated this 9th dsy of August, 1910.  VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.  |\n   Af.    in   tllf*     NFWS  "T-*,"'������di������ymf>rnlr(frm-irm-flfof-rf7tV.  1 ' ' WlUNj" and loam O-mtowImd Hotol  hays.    Try it.  *1 I   pui,  Umo������.  oonnaotinK with ������������hu> ii  i  NOIICK i* k. raliy Ki������tn thatmi tha flrat  day ut ti.rid.Ur u st applioation will Im  mruU t������t ihn Sfiprr.nliHdtnf, of Privltioisl  Polio*, Viet<iii������, fir 'h������ rtnowal of iba ho-  ������������| lir*������������( ;������������������ nrll lq������ur������ by ritiilia Ui������  ^.il*if lr^^'l*n a* th* f.'imd *int<d, ������ttmit<!il *A  X"* t, IM" itl     Vurra.  r>  i.tw.i*i it. into,  NOTICK i* horoby given thnt ut tbu  in ������l tiiMtfinn* ..f ti.n ll.v.v*|. f t !������i..i. (. ('t;r.  int������iii.)iiorH oi tho City nl ui. ln*i-:iinil I  iiilonil io iipp y for a roimwiil if tha hotel limnao hold by uio for the Uumborland  lliittl, iitiiHt<d ouloii I, block <i, i-UDi n-  land'l'o������*iiaiio.  WILLIAM MTHtlttHI*-!!!  Untutt t in hilii dny of N ivomlwr, IUIU.  N(������TI(K U huruby giveu tnat oa tho  flmt tiny A U*onui!>or u. xt applioatioo wdl  b������ node to tba HuperiuUbduat of 1'ioviii  rial i'oliot, VhJ orio, for tb������ raaanal of iho  hoi������l hon n to a������ll liquor* by r������Uii i������tli������  bowl known aa tho Walton hotol, ������.ttuiau  ���������t b.'ion Oity, U.C.       IVahkh 4 iUmioi-.  m*m*m*mm*m*m**m*mm*m**m'tm*m������*m*rm*mr*r** mm.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE   FOTICE that AVegtleyv  EverT^wfley^of Vancouvor, B.C  plasterer, intends to iirfply for per-  mission to purchase the fol3owinj/  de?eribed landp,���������Commencing at a  pout planted about b miles   nortb  ami 2 miles eaat of the  sou tht ast  corner of CL8858, thence eouth 80  ehains,   thence east   80    ebaina.  thenoe north 80 chains, thonce weat  SO chaina, to post uf  commencement, containing (UOacro-i, morn or  less.  WE8TLJT EVERT WESTLEY.  Dal ed July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT,  District of Coati, RHnRe2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Ernest At-  kins, of Vancouver, B C, occupation linfmilh, intfciid* to apply for  permioiiion to purchase tl.o follow  ini; dei-crihed landc Commencing  al a poet planted about 5 milea  north and 2 miles oast of the southeast eorner of 0 L 3858, thonce  south 80 chainp, thence wen, 80  chi'ins, thence north 80 chain*,  thence east 80 chaina to post of  commencement, containing 640  tores, more or Jen.  ERNEST ATKINS  Dated July 27th, 1010.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  Distriot of Coatd, Ilnnee 2.  TAKE NOTICK that Jamea  HorvoyFee,ol Vanconver, B.C.,  oooupation toams.nr, intends to ap*  ply for permissien to purchase tho  following dwcribnl lando; Com-  menolnn at a poHt planted nhout A  miles north and 2 milea oast <>l <ho  louthesit corner if CL S8/.fi, thnin*.  north 80 ehainr, thenco tinni IV)  ehaini. Ihence south SOch.unf,  thenwv-MtfOeiiiinn tn po^t   ol  eommeacevent,   wataminK    640  eeret,������������Morl������fs.  JAMKfl FTRRVBV VM  NoTlUK im hnr������������.y gi?(n tb������t on tfca  Nms Hay ut It. immtut u������st tpplioatluu will  ba mmta to Mm a������p������mi-M.ltut of Provinoisl  t'olirr, Vioto*^, fur Um rt^������������l ul Um be  uHioan"-* i-u mtih Ii^miu U������ i������.������U tu U  botol hetwa smUm Kiv������r>l4a b������v*l, *i������* - ���������>  avCuuftaatf. H,C, (X tl. Pa-uisa  U udUrt������tm II.BOia  T**>i������lnr������ nf *!'i������'������.f(|  TAKP. NOTICF. ll r'lhe fim'h V.iri. \ DtlH Julf ������7H*, IH10,  He Lumber t'ompnny, (.united, of Hiirnet,  ll.C,occii|mtion lumber nunufarturer*.  intends to apply for permission lo l*������������e  the  following described   foretdinre on  r,.���������,;'<!! !!������������������.���������, . .........:..*, *;ar...  p jnied ji the nonhe.������i corner of Ini 67,  theiic along shore line <n an eatlerly direction for about as chains ic a sin.������ll  istisd sh������un on theplnn, thenre southerly following the shore line of lol 67, and  ������f * fliitiaraof nhoiii iilnms ihcr.-lr.mi  to a po nt oppcNite the norther tt miner  *������/ Id (St, tojjethsr muh iln. ;u<������ coined  by uatar winch fnrmt. me ea*terly pari  lyu.g bttwetn he itlun I and the iiv������ib-  Uart af taid lot tyj as shown red on thr  plan anashed hereto but u t io interfile  ������nb list aaVig^iHin i.f tht mi 1.  .11*. Wl'l I'.'.l l>l������   Lt'MHfr*   ��������� ". ������ Ll  AU.XANIO.K f IIAHI^S.S, A,VIH  Ddieil sjili Oi.'������litr, 1^10.  COABT LAND DlfiTRICT.  J*' ���������.���������??! A<-:7,.; lU,.re2.  TAKE NOTICB that Richard !>  I<ewM n, ot Vanconvor, B.C., genib-  men, imenils to apply for permi'-  sion 10 purchaae the f'.llowini do-  ���������enh*������H laiidaj CMr>m*������nffn| at a  post idantftl about 7 milee north  and 2 milof waul of the aeuthmt  eornei of CL *ft58,thonf* tooth HO  chain*, thrice ^a*t R0 elnin.,  thenen noith W) ehaina, thenre we t  Ht> chain*, to poA of enmnienft-intni  v .u .iii ii.^ UK) ..et***, m������"������ or Imr,  n?t HARIt fi f EKMOJf  IKU-..1 July :7th, VAiA THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  MONTREAL'S CAVERNS  LITTLE      KNOWN     SEPULCHRES  WHERE CLERGY LIE BURIED.  Beneath the Roar of the Great City's  Life Aro to Be Found Hundreds  of Tombs Where Rest the Earthly  Remains of Men Who Served the  Mtars Above���������They Range From  Archbishops to  Humblest Priests.  ������������������ Fnr from th.* roar of lift!, the <i<-:nl  Bleep tin -ir long sloop behind tin*  mountain; huf not till" who die in  Montreal .-urn sopultured irt tin* quiet  "city of the dead."  The  dust of  many   is  bencjith   the  streets ovcr'which mbdern life moves  with feveri.sh nativity.  _ Pious custom-in the Roman Catholic Church, has decreed   that   those  who serve altars shall sleep beneath  them when labor i.s ended; arid in u  city so distinctively Roman Cntho!'  as  M'.intreul,   the    number   of    >���������  ���������sepulchres might be expected  I.--  large.  Archbishops, bishops, hundreds of  priests, rest beneath the sanctuaries  of the various Roman Cutholic  ���������churches in  Montreal.  A various and eager life pass-v,  over their heads, but "cannot lin-id;  their sleep."  In a past day, they were influential. They filled their sacred position  with ability, and with zeal. They  ���������Bpoke the living word. j  They delivered   their   solemn   mes- |  sage,  and now  they  rest  from  tin'ir |  labors   beneath   those   altars   which  are served  by others.  One can see their graves in the  darkness of subterranean depths.  By the flickering light, you can see  the 'coffin-shaped mounds, made A  ���������concrete, whicii tells of sepulchre beneath; decipher the Latin inseriiv"  tions on tho walls, which s<-t forth  the vanity of all things mwt.-i!. and  the tragedy of human imitation.  "Vanitas;  vanitatum."  The little ariny of priests of the  Sulpician Order, which was founded  in' Paris in 1641 by Monsieur dean  Jncqucs Oliver, and a brunch of  ���������JKhicJi_was set up iri_ Montreal in  1657, and^wdKrTiIlSoPed m'TlTFTHXtrn"  colony under hardships of tbe most,  poignant nature, sleep under the  vaults in the great, Notre Dame  Church which is shortly to be the  scene of unequalled splendors in  connection with the Eueliaristic Congress.  All told, there are 135 buried under  the sanctuary in Notre Dame.  Their names are kept in the repti*.  tern of the Grand Seminary.  "Come I will show you," said Cure  Troie, of the \treat parish church, in  that, gentle voice of his.  Down the loni? flight.of steps, deep  down into the bowels of tb������ earth,  and one sees, by the aid of the electric flash, a (treat stone wall, stretching across the width of the church,  "So this, then, is the door which  lends to the. catacombs?"        *  "No, you are mistaken. This door  lends to tlm vault in which we keep  the ornaments of the church."  "Ornaments?    Souvenirs!-"  "Yes; souvenirs of the pi.st; Rifts,  relics, things of value from tlieir ime  nnd tin.- associations linked with  them.  "Hut here yon nee. the vault which  contains the dend. At least, you on limit see it actually, Ior you see it is  aonh'd up.  "Thin vault, which contains the  remains (if the Snlpieinn priests, has  been sealed up since 1875. Since Unit  date mine have been buried nt. Notre  Dame, This church was built in  I82H. Wo took over from the crvpt  of the old jitirinh church til! lhe bodies  that were ther", imd deposited th.'tii  in this vault. We have untie ot) bury-  Inn in thi* church from thnt dnte unlll lAIti, since which nil ihn burials  have taken place in, the (iriind Sdii-  ���������Jnnry  vaults on  Pherbrookn street.  "Well, wh*vi the buriiils cetifce.l, we  r-lo^d no flic vault. Wn placed this  marble slab iii*aiti*.t it. And above  the slab you sen this picture, .which  tells of jinivi-r in the presi nee of :  dentil."  "Now, if on" cmil.i break down thin  wall, what  w-Mild one nee*"  "You would ������.(���������(��������� ,*i Inn,-!* er>m in  the e.'titr.* of n level ,-*pnc.\ That is  nil."  "Tin- coffin* bave not been placed  in ti. rs?"  "(lb, no. They Imve (...en placed  ill tin* earth, M.le by -iii.-, nud, of  couth*, one on t������>p of tin- otle-r; bu.  not I'ititued in Ibe -be|f-li|,i. way  ivhieli you \mII H.'e ill tin i-;itili--.tnl������������  Of  I'oll.e."  "Tin re i������. -inthlmt viHil.l.*, .then'-'"  "NotlitlH.'. There lit ������111 )��������������� i > tin-  level cnrll*. b.-il.ilth which (lie re-  nisiin- rent."  "How tunny would yoti miy?"  "Well, the' Iiui. of niiiii.-.-* is '"tire-  fully kepi by tin* (inind ,S.-niii,ury <*u  Hlie'rbrook.* '���������4r.*.*i; bm there i.i probably ov-t one hundred nriostn buried  li,,',,,    ��������� :  '      ���������'*      VninlHnn  f-.h, orl.ttx who served the yotinif  colony Ion..' ticli.re lue t .Minn, .....'  tin. w.-re m'lit.out bi  tin* i-ouutry  ll'-in  h'*--it\fi< "  "And I.Miop*?"  "One hishnj>--Mirr. IVmbriniid. Thn  ii-,* nrt all tiri"(<t*. Now, Milice |H7fi,  llll tin- pries****!!. ut<* mitei ... ..'. ,  vault* on Kherhrooko ������tr>*<*t,"  "Now, since thnt dm*-, this vault  but. fli-vcr hull  opened?"  "St-vi-fA-  "Ami there is no thought of often  tnpr ������ts"  "To what end" The remains nte  ihnt. Wt imve ih.* tmif.l.r. .\'.>  know each mime."  At ,--i. Am.'* ' *;; ' '" IA*!)'r,.  town. Un- jiric-Ls of Hi-* Uel--nipioti.it  Ordvr are bum-d in vault* which  ur'* ������fi.*,Kf...J on th' ������u.-.-e������������ivi- ti. r  plnn Tin* c.flinH nte pined tilomt  the walls, layer \if-nn l*y������*r, until lin-  c������ibn/  i-  r*v!iH  Kiel, fftfltn lit. ed <vmr*e, i-..v.t������������I  in with hnetx. nnd n hrit * iu.,������<������ >,-���������  iWiifcK i t*rh <viffm, hut lh** |irin.ii|ilc  i* thnt (I tin* riitnoomliA  A itrnilsr K>rincij>l������-' in eari-icd out  nt th* tf ui I'lo-n, wtih r#-*j������e.-i in tbt*  banal A ib. ckdtten-d ain*.  HARDINGE AS SPORTSMAN.  New Viceroy of India Is Keenly Inter,  ested In Polo.  Sir Charle? Hardinee, the new viceroy of India, has taken the name ot  Lord I'enshurst on his elevation to  the peerage, from bis country place at  Pensliurst, near Toubridge, in Kent.  Much has been written of Sir Charles'  cleverness ns a diplomat, of his absolute freedom from political partisanship, which is a matter of such importance in a permanent servant of1  the state, of his broad statesmanship1  and of his exceptional knowledge ot,  court etiquette and ceremonial. But  nowhere have I seen any mention  made of hi-, qualities as a sportsman,  snys a recent writer in a London*  paper. Yet sportsmanship is important in India, where no one can hopo  to achieve success in any hijih office  who is not a -sportsman. Charles Har-  dinge, or rather, us I should call him  now, Lord Pen-hurst, is a particularly  adept and enthusiastic polo plaver,  extremely fond of hunting, an excellent shot, and. of course skillful in  court tennis and in tlie royal game of  golf. A statesman who can lead in  all these sport? acquires a far greater  prestige and influence among the .-eaii-  independent princes a 1 petty native  rulers of India than the administrator  who is content to endeavor to rule  from his desk. In fact, the most successful Viceroy and governors of India have always been those who excelled in sport.  Lord Penshurst has appointed as his  private secretary J. Hou-semayne Du  Boulay, a son of tbe well-known bend  master of Winchester College and one  of the many brilliant men who have  graduated from Balliol, Oxford. He  was private secretary to two successive governor.- of Bombay ��������� namely,  Lord Northeote and Lord Lnminu'.on,  spending seven years in that capacity,  and greatly distinguished himself by  his pluck and administrative ability  as a special commissioner of the  Government during the plague, receiving for his services as such the  Order of the Indian Empire. Before  becoming private secretary to I/iri  Northeote he was for several years  a magistrate in India, and his knowledge, therefore, of the Anglo-Indian  administration of India and of native  life in that great dependency is quite  exceptional.,  The private secretary to the Viceroy  i s-oue^aLll^jiogLJIilP*'r -nol ��������� a ctor s  in the administration ~oT England's-"  groat Oriental empire. In fact, =o  great is his influence and power thnt  he has often been described as the  Deputy Viceroy. Kvery document,  every letter, every appeal, and even  every dignitary, reaches the Viceroy  through him, and he is also the com-  municator of the Governor-General's,  commands, views and vishes. He is  in every sense Of .the word the riifht  hand of the Viceroy, a far more important personage, indeed, than the  iattor's Cabinet Ministers. It depends  largely upon his cleverness, his judgment and his tact whether tbe vice-  royalty of his chief is a success or  a failure, and the fact that Lord Penshurst has chosen so admittedly capable a man as Du Boulay lor the post  bus created a most favorable impression throughout India, in KuglUh ns  well as in native circles.  Nearly all the private secretaries of  Viceroys have been men of distinction, and among the ones whose names  occur to me nt tho present moment n.-o  Lord Norlhcoto's private secretary,  Sir tivulyn Baring, who afterward ruled over Kgypt, for nearly a (jimrter of  a century as Lord Cromer; Sir Donald  Mackenzie Wallace, who was pruiita  secretary to Lard Dut'forin, and {-'ir  Walter Lawrence, wbo was privnto  seerelnry to Lord Curzon, and has received n baronetcy, as well as u number of orders of knighthood, lor hu  services,  MARK TWAIN'S^ CLOTHES.  Th* Great Humorist Always Had a  Relish For Personal Effect.  At the time of our iirst meeting  Mark Twain was wearing a sealskin  coat, with the fur out. In tlie satisfaction of a caprice- or the love ot  strong effect wlii.-h he was apt io Indulge through life. Fields, the publisher, was present. ' ,  I do not know what droll comment  was lu Fields' mind witli respect to  this (nirmotit. but probably he felt  that here was an original who was  not to be brought lo nny Bostoninn  hook ��������� In the judgment of his vivid  qualities. Willi his crest of dense red  hair nnd the wide sweep of his llniii-  iug mustache Clemens wns not discordantly.clothed In that sealskin coal,  whicii afterward, in spite of his own  \vnrmth..4n U. "M'tit lhe cold chills  through me when 1 once ui-compnnled  tt do\yn Broadway, and shared the  Immense publicity It won him.  Clemens Iind always a relish for personal effect," which expressed Itself in  the white suit of complete serge which  he wore In his Inst years and in the  Oxford gown which lie put on for  every possible -occasion and said he  would like to wenr all the time. Tlmi  wits not vanity In him. but a keen feeling for costume which the severity of  otir modern tailoring forbids men.  though it flutters women t������ iwrj- excess In .It. -W. D. Howells in Harper's Magazine.  Turn Me Over J  Wandering over a field one day a j  man came, across a large stone, in- i  scribed:  "Turn me over,"  "Turn me over."  After much difficulty he succeeded  'in turning it over, and found on the'  iother side of the stone the words:  i   "Now turn me back again so I can j  iciiteh some other idiot." ;  A Bad Condition  of Liver and Stomach  I A Safe Pill for Sufferers.���������There are i  Spills tbnt violently purge and fill.the!  ', stomach and intestines with pain. |  j Pi-nnelee's Vegetable Pills are mild'  land effective. They are purely vege-'  j tnble, no mineral purgative entering*'  I'into their composition, and their effect i  J is soothing nnd beneficial. Try thotnj  innd be convinced. Thousands can j  ntte������t their great curative qualities!  |liecausc thousands owe their health*  j imd strength to tbe timely use of-this'  I'most excellent medicine. i  A Record.  It is rather remarkable thnt tha  present liritish Government shoul i  contain no lower than three .lew* s  among its members. Sir Kulus Isaacs,  the .Siilicilor-tieiii-i-iil, being tin* ...,rl  This must bo sometliintf in tho way ol  a record. Of cour������o, Lord HencoiK-  finki will always ruiunin tbu most tuitions .lew humlx-red ainoni? tins governors of Great Britain', but l.urd ilea,  eonsfield di I not retain the Jewis'i,  laith, and since his death there hum  been no eontpicnous Jewish Minister  until the present time.  It is intureitting that the Pertniinetii  Secretary ut llm I'ostollice now prestl-  ed over by Herbert Haniuel, is ti lei-'  low Jew-Sir .Mitlthett Nullum, Lori  Nwiiyllilliif* is one ol the lour .luwidi  niemU'rs o| the House of Lords, the  others Ix'ing Lords Miehclliniii, llolh-  Hi'luld, and Wan.l������worth. Them uru  nUi four Jewish Privy Councillor*���������������������������������������������  l/.rd Uotliscliild, Mr, tfmmii-l, Kir Kd-  gar hpeycr, ami Mr, Arthur Oiln-n,  K.C.  HIS  BLACK EYE.  How Ho Got It and tho  Worst That  Was Yet to Cotrie.  "Gracious: That's a peach of a black  eye.   Where did you get it?"  "(Jot it on the left side of tny nose.  Where did you think 1 got it���������over the  ankle bone?"  "Don't get heated. How did it ali  happen V"  "That's different.   It wus all a piece  of my confounded luck.   1 was up on |  the Blue Cliff road looking at n piece j  of real estate when along cnuie a coat- ;  less  uud   bareheaded   fellow   running  for dear life with a lot of panting pur- :  suet's stretching in a long line behind  him.    1 jotued in the chase.    Being ;  TfresKTl"^}rnttlly-overhatiled*-t-he-f-iigl-[  tive.   I had nearly collared him when j  a big ruffian grabbed me und profane- i  ly told me to clear out.   I spoke rudely !  to him and kept on runuing. and hi* ;  suddenly reached out a fist like a ham j  nnd knocked tne Into a tlltoh.    Ami  what do you suppose It all was?"  "Give It up."  "It was a rehearsal for n moving picture film, and now my portrait will ga  nil over ihe country and be seen la  thousands of theaters n������ a bruised anil  bartered buttwin wbo sot Just whiil  was coming to himl"���������Cleveland Plain*.  Dealer,  The Cow Decided.  A peasant living ln the village of  Predeal, near the Hungarian front lei-,  lost his cow. About two months ago  he happened to bo standing nt the  mtlroud station wutchlng a train loan  of cut tlu about to be Bent across Hie  frontier. Suddenly ho gave a shorn.  "That's my cow!" ho cried, running  town id one of tho care.  The trainmen only laughed nt hlm,  anil he went beforo the magistrate.  This good man listened to fhe pens  ant's story patiently. Then he |ih>-  . iioiiuccd tills Judgment: "The rinv sli.ill  be taken in the public ������u|unri> of Pi'e  deal nnd milked, Then If II tinen of lis  own Hi-curd to I lie plaintiff's stable It  shall belong to hlm."  Tho order of tho court wns carried  out, nml the cow, In Kplte of Its ten  months' nbse'ncii, took without lieslin-  tion the lu ne which lod It n few minutes Inter Into tlio pennant's Htulile.-  ChictiKu Newu,  "Here's a newspaper says Roosevelt  is going to say nothing for two  months."  "Well, most newspapers are reliable,  but now and then you iind one that  isn't."  Had Noticed Things  Mis? Flirty���������I never allow a man to  kiss  me unless  we are engaged.  Miss Blight���������Dear me! Don't you  ���������find so many engagements troublesome? '  Chronic indigestion and bowel trouble  which is overcome quickly by Dr.  CHASE'S    KIDNEY    AND  LIVER  PILLS  To tbe person with liver and stomach troubles everything looks blue  and life is scarcely'worth living.  How different ho feels even after the  first dose of Dr. Chase's Kidney and  Liver Pills. There is no treatment obtainable which so quickly and thoroughly a\vakens sluggish liver and  s"fs the bowels in healthful und regu.  bu- action.  There is no question thnt this condition is the renl cause of trouble and  that any medicine which falls short  of regulating these organs can at most  only afford temporary relief.  What tired, languid feelings after  meals, when the process of digestion  is going on. What annoyance from  belching wind, pressure of gas on tbe  heart and consequent smothering sensations. What a misrenble depressing  feeling comes over mind and body.  And yet how easy it is to change nil  this by use of this medicine of well-  known   and'* decidedly    remarkable  value.  You are not making any experiment  when you use Dr. Chase's Kidney and  Liver  Pills  for liver,    stomach    and  I bowel disorders.   You can be sure be-  l fore you  use them that the results  i will   be   satisfactory,     You will not  wonder then why some people are so  enthusiastic when they talk about Dr.  Chase's medicines.  Mrs. James Lawrence, West I/Ar-  loise, C. B., writes: "1 have great  confidence in Dr. Chase's medicines  and believe that Dr. Cbnse's Kidney-  Liver Pills saved my life. I was a  great sufferer from chronic dyspepsia,  and entirely unable to do anything.  Two boxes of Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills cured me and I have recommended them t6 ninny people.  "Mv husband was cured of liver  complaint by using these pills and we  would not think of being without  tbem in the house."  Dr. Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills.  One pill a dose, 25 cts. a box all dealers or Kdmanson, Rites & Co., Toronto. Write for free copy of Dr.  Dr. Cbnse's Recipes,  Shiloh's Gure  flnlckly utojw oongha, gui-m oolds, heal*  the  throat and  lumg*. .   ���������   ���������  as cants.  The Style of It i  "Are you really taking lessons in  fencing?" j  "Yes, T am making some feint endeavors."���������Baltimore American.  A massage roller patented by a New  York woman is kept at tlie right temperature by a resistance coil heating  water with which it is filled.  Belle���������Did you ever meet a man you  felt, you could look up to?  Mae���������Yes, he was the mechanician  of an aeropl.-ne.  Regarded ns one of the most potent  compounds ever introduced with  which to combat all summer* complaints and inflammation of the  bowels. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial has won a reoutation for itself  that no otlmr cordial for the pttrpos*  enn aspire to. For young or old suffering, from these complaints it is tbe  best medicine that can be procured.  How to Use Clouds  The inner side of every cloud  Is bright nnd shining: a  And so I turn my clouds about  And always wear them inside out  To show the lining.  Title and ancestry render a good  men more illustrious, but an ill one  more contemptible.���������Addison.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED  by local applications, as they cannot  reach the diseased portion of the ear.  There is only one, wny to cure deafness, nnd that is by* constitutional  remedies. Deafness is caused by an  inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When  Ibis tube, is inflamed you have a  rumbling sound or imperfect bearing,  and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the result, and unless the in-  flnnimation can be taken out nnd this  tube restored to its normal condition,  hearing-will be destroyed forever;  nine cases out of ten are caused.by  Catarrh, which i.s nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.  We will give One Hundred Dollars  for any ense of Deafness (caused by  OTtlffiD~tlmt~cTmnot-���������bo���������cured*���������by*-  Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, freo.        ������  F. ,f. CHENEY k CO., Toledo, 0.  Qold by Druggists. 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  How to Make Puddings Without Milk  Mr. Economic���������did you write to the  mnn who advertises to show people  how to make puddings without milk  and have, them richer?"  Mrs. Economic���������Yes, and sent him  a shilling.  What did he reply?  Use cream.  The ancient city of Tarsus, in Asia  Minor, is now lighted by electricity,  Powkt is obtained  from  the Cyndus  river,  only  Didn't Hide His Joy  ,lannt���������Vjoln says there   wns  one drawhnek to her wedding.  Fanny���������Whnt was that? i  Janet���������Fhe  says  her father  looked |  too cheerful when he gave   her away, j  ���������Boston Globe. |  "The way Vie bome team is playing  mi-.kes me tired."  "Me too, T fenr some of tho star  ���������'Inyi'vs lend aimless lives,"  Suit, the action to the word, the  word to the action, with his special  observance; that you overstep not tlie  mod est v of nature. ��������� Shakespeare  "Hamlet."  Shiloh's Gure  ���������nloklf atop* ooogha, km oolds, hcela  tb*  throat and  tonga. ��������� "   9ft oanta.  There seems to be' a great deal of  strenuous sociability. under the old  Union Jack.  Burglary nnd housebreaking are decreasing in London.  There is a society for the prevention  of cruelty to nil animals���������except man,  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  An anonymous letter sent to Lord  Mounteagle WI to the discovery of  the Gunpowder Plot in November,  1005.  A thunderstorm in hot weather trav-  "Is nt the average rate of 30 miles an  hour.  Hootimr a wnll worn coin on a red-  hot "hovel will frequently make the  inserintion  eligible.*  One woman can take in another wo-  man's hat. ih tivo minutes, nnd InlU  nhout ,it for two hours without repenting herself.���������New York Times.  Ch������an������st of "AH Oils.���������Considering  tbe curative nunliti������s of Dr. Thomas'  Eeleefrie Oil it is the cheapest of nl]  itropm-.itions offered to tlie publio, It-  is to be foii-id in ovo'-y drug store in  Cnnnd'i fi*oni eoii-t. to eoi'st nnd nil  eountrv merchants keep it for Ride.  So, being easily procurable nnd extremely modei-'ile in nriee, no one  should be without a bottle of It.  "Don't   you   think   ninrried     life  should he one long honeymoon?"  ��������� ���������* '.'\tja, nlthou.'h it is ofton n sorieR  of short lilies!"  wmcmsTtR  LOADED BLACK  POWDER SHELLS  V,. H. Dver, the fntber of the beet  sugar |ii'u������tnr. is (lend nt his home  at Alvnni.lo, C'nl,  THI RID  w  ��������� RAND  T-MM MMM Ml. t������ tl,*. HI, ������**.  Shoot Strong and Evenly,  Are Sure Fire,  Will Stand Reloading.  They Always Get The Game.  For Sale Everywhere.  A Tribute of Affeotlon. '  Homeihlug of tho sympathetic klnilll- *  new* of uiuino of tho late l-'rederl. I; j  (ireenwoiid came out in n little spiwli j  made by J  M, Bnrrto on the oi'i'iisloii j  of Mr. Urepiiwoud'H Hovont.v-tlftli birthday, when the men who luul worked  under hlm on the SU Jiiiiich' mul llm  Pull Mall liiiKCito met to do hlm lemur  In th������ course of his rotiiiii'kM Mr, llnr-  lie confet.M'd tlmt  ho Itnd bnilglll Ills  ilrit Kill, lint "io Impri'HM" the veirriui  oil I nu-.   Then ho ridded Impulsively:     i  "Oh, fJri'i'invooil, lt Is for your Itlnrt-'  tienn to us boys In our llrst utile liuts  thut wo lovo yuu!"  Tribute  to  Late   King.  A i-lrilviitg individual tribute to tlw  Into King wii.i paid bv a veteran split*  ter, working nl..n<* in the foroKt ut  Toolnugi, Victoria On the dny ol hW  Mnifty's fnnernl W. II. Lilly, crown  IhikIh bailiff, wus walking through  the iIciim' fnre������t jiiid ahum 2 o'clock,  KwrytdiiiK wis *t.i. -.������������������ <..i ������������.��������� .������.������������  .'.,. */ !..* <! :>!> !.".��������� ������>i'M<.nW Ihn  strok.-s censed, nnd nn lliey wero net  riistimi'd in n minute or so lm looked  thmuxh the vh-ti������ <���������! ti**** end ther*  saw the splitter stnn.lli.fj ������t.)ek-itill.  like n MiMu-r on pnrinle, with Iti* hat  " ti,,. ,���������.,n rorn-iinr-d in tlmt pt-i-1  ti.ii'i fur five niiniitei. iln.* wim inn,  veteran'* tribute to the dead King.j  lb< hud rend ftoiucwhcm that at two  o'clock tlmro would be a ..--.ition of  work for a ininuto or two throughout  the Kmpire,  Too  Much  Bucrii,  One cun nympilttiiKi* witb Hmi pifty  A ft,-' runt n' flmnt.r I'.tinn Ctuh,  '���������;.y- j. <l!a������)pow jh������|*t, ii* ti-'Uitmai  the t������iiib������Uiii*������ which murk* thu r**������t-  ititf.-j.Uc.- ������,f M*ry Mori-.!,. -Ah., die!  Vf\ year* ntto, *t th������ mt*' ������������������! SJ Hut  *.*���������������!. tb* ;wwt etithu-i *. ������������������j.' llurni  voroiiipitf-r**. must think tin! ih������ limit  Un* t**i*n ftturliffi in lb. ������i ittKiri to  U,.s .',U..*4> Mu ���������'un* '.f ' ��������� 'I **,m>*  trough which wn* ui u-������ a thu Turn  ..' Shunter fun, Ayr. in tin- jwt'������ lite.  Um**, Vn,m what we kn������������- ..f Hurti-������  ihtte   H  h*il  th*  (tight**!   f" btbilitj  thet U ������v-r drank oot of it.  Change of Front. I  The (Jnviiu-isrout lumvens. wim In  this  comliiK  up?    Tlio  Ilrlilo-Why, |  that  Is  Aunt  Muritt!    The ilrnorn*-;  Woll, hnvo I Rot to embrace thnt old;  rnlry?    The  Hrlde-Slil    It  win slm  thnt sent un the linndMomu silver service,     hIio'h   worth   tlioumiiidH.    Tlm  ilrooni (klHslnit hor rmituniusly^My |  darting num.-miuuo.i .i.,������.>i..,. '  Practice and Preaehlng, '  "For the lovo of heiiven, Aninmln.*' j  nnld the Hot. Ur. Fuurtld), inlllim io.  his wifo In tone* of iliumlur, 'euti.e ,  snd tntf.e Oil* w|iiiilHiur bnby nut of;  ihe room More mid urne* m,-.,���������i...  I'm writing; * aermon mi 'HearliiK One |  Another'a llurdeii*.'" ��������� Ivmdoti 'in  Itlla.  TN Ortat Troublt.  *������ |a every woman'a duty In keop  youni* ii������ hoiB n������ i������>������*il.!i'," s-!i������ "uld,  "\*a," be nilmiited, -Imt I lio nn-ni ]  iroublw U lli.lt :.')  mail)   J-"!! * w.irncii  Inalat on lut-pluu youiiK afn-i n i*, lm-  powlbla."-Ctilc������BO ntcord-McriiUI.  Ha Rallies.  nrat rtiyaU'lan-lilil he rally from  tbe  op*railiMit    H-mwd   I'liy-irlan-  \\et\, I ������boMUl *���������*; wj.iu { '....iL m Umt  black eye b* favv m������.-i;t< imnnn.  W. N. U., No. n:  Do You Realize  the Advan-  (  tages of Concrete?  T!!?* r'"'���������z "Ar* of lumber ha*, rmnoellcd  the f.inncr to look for a tuiuble tub*  stitute.  Concrete, became of lt������ ehc������pnei������, durability and tlie rcadinest with which it can ha  tiied for every farm purpoie, hai proven itielf  to be cheaper than lumber and far more durable    Our firee Itnnlt���������  "What the Farmer Can Do  With Concrete"  ihowt the farmer how he can do hit own work  without the aid of nkilSed mechanics. It de-  numerate* the economy ������f Cwicrfte cotiitriie-  tion u compared with lumber, brick or it-one.  This Book Tells  How Concrete     ||  Aids Farmers*    ������������������  It ibows bow Concrete can be uied to id-  >*������������U*I*,<. u.������  Ci.   lm,,.;  ...  ll.-   *������������������};',.'tru:*.!??*   ot  almost every practical utility.  Rind far thla book to-day.   You'll find It In*  Unialy Intereatlnr, ������v*n If you don't Inland to  build for ��������� while.   It contain! muoh useful  Information that will put you In the way  of aavlng monay.   Among tha atttyecta     ��������� -     *.  tteutea ara: lama, Otlrltt, Wanta Pattt,    ^y  Fteaing ruore. Hltthlne a***.*, R������������t   ^S      may  Callara, tllaa, tublsi, SUiIra, tttllt,  JS ^,.A _. '  Treuafii, Walka, Well Curfea, tn*   Mf .  te term. ff     copy of "V'Aitt  HiMtMeill^-Thl* hook    |������    JS ikt Jir-ntr  Cm*  CANADA CEMENT CO.. l\m\l9A  S|*������0 HMtoaal Ba.k lUlldlM. Mmitiwail  A'mme,,...................  AiJitt ^���������jjabj^aa^aafKiw^  -V^li-r^sHsBW  ������?<R!Na������W!*m^  j.****-.,**J" <****   ���������  J  " *   i.r-  (gft  THE   NEWS, 'CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  -T-*-*-  I  T IS well to preface the word by tho  ^adjective "simply".  It stands tq tlie*  timid housewife as a flfiger-post In-'  scribed, "No danger,"      '.......  Our manual or kitchen French defines  , "entree" aa "A small made dish served  between courses at dinner." Our lore-  mothers called It "a side dish," in a  day when meats were carved by the  master at the foot of the table, and two  rows of vegetables and side dishes led  the eye and Imagination to another  lending dish���������usually of meat���������at the  head of the board.  My grandmother told, me of a still  earlier day when meat,'vegetable's and  pudding were all set upon the table at  the same time. On the highest of holidays the side dishes wore scalloped  _ oysters anil chicken pie. Croquettes,  pates, roulades and vol-au-vents were  as fur in the distant future as the  magnetic, telegraph and trolley car. A  ragout was a "steWi", and a .''mince,'.'  just plain' "hash."  Our topic today Is the simple entree  oftener than otherwise' an economical  way of utilizing a left-over, or several  loft-overs, from a foi-mer meal. Should .  the housekeeper; eniighteneo- by the explanation, cavil at the foreign name, I  leave It to her to invent a better.,  A young housewife, whose mpthcr has  been her teacher In cookery and the  general management of the home, told  me, laughingly, yesterday, of the naive  admiration of her cook, when Instructed .  whiti use to make of the contents of  refrigerator and pantry, brought out for  the mistress' Inspection after breakfast.  These were a pound or so of cold roast  veal, a cupful of stewed tomatoes, the*  name quantity of cold peas, half ns  much boiled rlco, perhaps, a cupful of  lima beans and half a head of lettuce  thai hud not beeu used In 'muliliitf, last  night's salad. ...,',��������� A. '. .   ���������;���������',;";  A LESSON IN ECONOMY  The housewife of today told how the  veal," minced and blended with the rice,  seasoned well and moistened with a little stock, would nupoar with honor as  croquettes; how the tomatoes, houtod,  Htrnlnecl, slightly tlilckoned with a little  Hour rolled In butter, would be paused  ns sauce with tho croquettes, whllo the,  .. penn, beans and .lailuue would nil  wrought Into a tempting ttmccilolno  ���������alnd   by  lhe  addition  of ntnyonnnlae  "And lis there will be but two nf ua  to luncheon today-Mr. Blank and my-  eolf-wo will net along nicely If ymi will  bake a fow potatoes, Wo will hnve  f-rncUorn lion toil nnd pass with cheese  nloim with tho.snlnd. I poured off the  tea from Iho loaves while we were at ..  .breakfast, not to let If nrt bitter by  /alnndlng on them, Wo will lee It for  luncheon. And for dessert thero la A.  'dlKll of fruit nn tlio sideboard, We  -ahnll do famously, you see,"  Then up spake the nmnzoil maid:  "And It was mcself thnt wus wonder-  Ing whatever could he done with tliom.  acnipsi! If you luuln't told mc better, I  ahouid hnve put the meut on old ami  warmed up them li tti** "labs nf vogo-  tnhloi separate nml Kent lliem In In  three suuoora. A* tor tlio rice, that  would have gone Into the gurbuuo imll,  t Kill's*, -Twiis too Utile to do nny  thing elso with,"  NOTHING TOO SMALL     *  "Of course," enmmented m.v frloml,  "I Improved the occasion by saying tlmt  Ilo left-over wns aver too small to be  used, but I doubt If she took In tlu. los-  ;lBn. Tha, prioe of aconomloal Jtyin** le  eternnl vigilance on tlm pnrt of iho mis-  iros,������ (by curtesy), but Miigule ban In  liar tha making of n food cook anil la  willing to learn. Tha entree le it new  Idea tu her, Vet she Iiuh lived with one  rich family for five years. I suppose. It  mndo nn difference to liar former  ���������madam' how many Ml ba' went Into tlio  K������ rl fl Kt> pall"  "Yet I warrant that the husband of  her minium let not no much (in a pontage stamp go Into the olfloa waitoliaa-  Kei," I rejoined.  "Will the rank anil lll������  ��������� of women ever learn nnd practice 'business methods'?"  If I harp somewhat too perehiteiUly  upou this string, it is bees tint. I um  driven tn It by the ceaseless clumor of  certain reformers for rights and rewion-  ���������Utilities for which they eontond we i.re  ��������� Vlet'tinilng to our simple entree, I eb.  nm tl,mt It U t���������i. ui)  initim**, tn ttvat  ���������' li an a "tiller" between mon* <li������ti{Mod  (.iflios, but as an Important part of the  family men I. To llluitrale ngnln from  e. rrvdav ������xper erne* ll wns mv Imp-  plness to be n welcome guest Inst wook  bi .n������j "ijtiiigulim * uf iinuiliiii young  hi iisekoeiier.    The   summer   home,   of  if'-   '   *'    '    ���������'. , .'...-. ..:..   time thla tttennn, u a mile away from  lhe nearest grocery, n.id Ihe butcher  c.ill* Hire* times a week. On that par-  tli-nlar day one of th������ numerous UN to  which eountrv hutchera' oarti ara (labia  Iwii delipe.l iiU milling. Luncheon time  found the hostess with four guests in  the hmiee nnd never a sign of steak,  ��������� fhnp or roasi, Country folk call these lit  ���������'������nre, aeiierul wny '���������It.itchor'* mest."  v,e Kiiit-w imttr.iig of th.- iiimiNier until  ���������*}*/ in !h������ afternoon, whan tha lardy  arrival of the vernier mive the welt-tiFeit  V* nmn i*ii i'(i,.-i.w���������.i, a, *k,,W|��������� ami  la������#rh river the foiniiiicitiiiji m W)iicli  flte bun never Moled until then.  *������������<ir flrii i>our������* wm* treani-of.tomato  minutes; drain and lay In Iced water.  When they are cold all through, wipe  and lay on Ice for half an hour to  stiffen. Now beat to a smooth paste.  Have at hand a pood drawn butter arid  beat the paste Into this until it is sttf,!  enough to handle; add a tab^sinonful  of sifted flour, or enough to stiffen tt  well; next, the beaten.yolk of an egg to  bind the mixture; season with pepper  and salt and a very little finely minced  parsley. Make the nistp Into crecmttPi,  flouring your hands well; dip ln beaten  egg, then |ii cracker dust and set on thi  Ice for scv'eral hours. All night will  not be too long in hot weather. Fry In  deep fat.   They are very nice.  ��������� Cape Ood Croquettes  Pick cold boiled cod or other firm llsh  Inty fine bits with a fork. Have ready  ' half the quantity of cold .mashed potato worked to a smooth cream wtth  drawn butter. Season to taste with salt  ind 'pepper, tyid,' if you like, wtth ������  dash of catsup or Worcestershire sauce.  Form Into croquettes, roll in beaten egg,  then in fine crumbs; set on the ice until  very cold and stiff, and fry ln deep lard..  ���������Vegetarian Croquettes  Blanch nut kernels by scalding and  stripping off the skins. Set on, the Ice  until crisp. Then pound or run.through  ybur vegetable press. Prepare an equal  quantity of mashed poUtoes; mix withv  the pounded nuts; work in melted '.utter and a few spoonfuls of cream, with  pepper and salt to taste, Now beat in  the yolk of an egg*to bind the paste.  Form into croquettes; roll In egg and  cracker -crumbs, and set on ice until  stiff     -,,''-.  Fry in'deep dripping or other fat, and  drain in hot colander from every drop  of fat.   Serve immediately.  Chicken and Spaghetti Croquettes  Mince cold cooked chicken flv.o and  miJc with an equal quantity of cooked  and cold spaghetti, also chopped. Season with salt and paprika. Have over  the fire in a saucepan a cupful of white  sauce (drawn butter), stir Ih chicken  and spaghetti and cook to a. boll. Add  the beaten yelk Of a raw egg and, lt  you like, a teaspoonful of onion Julca  with a little finely minced parsley.  Turn out upon a platter and, when cold  and firm, make into croquettes. Dip  into beaten raw egg, then' into cracker-  dust; set on the ke until stiff, and fry  in deep fat.  You   rnny   substitute   veal   for   the  chicken,   or lamb.    In  the  latter  case,  use cold boiled rice instead of spaghetti  or m.-i.earnni  soup In cups,' mantled by whipped  creum. Next, we had Kippered herring  accompanied by delicious stuffed i.o,.i-  toes. Then came a cheese sou file that  was a miracle of tlavor and ilulllness  accompanied by tomato sauce, Cucumber salnd f nl lowed, with eraukers and  cheese, Homemade leo cream and cake,  with iced ten a* la Russe, * completed  the menu. The tnble wns daintily luld  and a great bowl of roses held the place  of honor In 'he center,  . The little hostess Ih the daughter of  my dear friend, nnd I hnd a brief confidential chat ;vltli her nfter the .-eat of  the party hint gone,  "We live simply nt all times," sho gala,  frankly. "Harry Iiuh his wny tn make*  In tho world, umi we ure paying for this  ' little lodge In tho -.vhilerness that  promises health and happiness to our  hoys, I did mean, however, tn give ynu  a moro luxurious repast thnn I set  before vm tn.lnv. Tlin* liickle������s li-itehei'  promised to bring mt> by lfi o'clock tnls  morning n .l.wi .-. ".��������������������������������� ell c-l'i" fid  a pair of broiling chickens, When ho  telephaned frnn a tnwe fix miles iiway  thnt   ho  could  not  got  here  befori   4  ^/^m%^s;.'.^������������$������J������5g&'z&' c5><5������������9  o'clock my heart sank woefully. 1 could  do iio.tlilng mn, eounierniuiul my or.cn  .und get up an Impromptu ��������� lunohooii "f  Buch . things as my 'emergenoy shelf  afforded, 1 didn't tipaloglxe, of courne,  My mother told me years ago that 'an  apology Ir the least ncccptahte same  one can sot boforo a guest.' Aftor the  poor mnn appeared at tho gnfe, I told  the story as a Joke upon, myself,''  I thought, and I said, that ahe proved  her breeding, hor good sense and her.  excellent housewifery by the manner In  which sho met the mlslinp, And I lold  nwny tho tale for tho verv nccn������li>n  upon which I nm now using It. Hud  her mother's teaching nol emiirnued tlio  nrt of tossing up entreoR, her luncneon  would have been n wretejierl failure In-  stenil nf the piiiiit<ilile Repast nil nf us  acknowledged It tn he, %  Chees** Souffle 1 /  Mnke a rnux cf two tnblesnonnfti<s >.f  butter nnd tho same of flour, Vookort to-  the beaten yolks, then fold In lightly  tho stiffened whites. Pour Into a buttered and heated bake dish nnd bake,  covered, ten minutes, Then Increase the  heat and uncover, It should puff high  and bo (**. a golden-russet color. Bund  nt once to the tabic, arid havo hot plates  ready for It,   It falls quickly.  CheeBe Cujis  Out stale bread Into slices over' nn  Inch thick, and pare off thu crust. With  n tin euko outte**, press hard upon encli  slice, taking care not to have the edges  ragged. The cutter should he Inrger  than those used .for cookies. With a  smaller, cut half through each round  and dig out the crumb, leaving c-'flimh  to mnko n bottom for the "cup." Hutter  the rounds Inside nnd uut 11 ml hci in the  even to dry, When they begin tn color  ever so slightly, fill ench���������full���������with this  mixture:  Stir i.igetlior In n saucepan three ta-  hlospoonfula of. cream, In which put a  out separating yolks and whites, nnd  live tablespoonfuls of grated cliee-se���������  Parmeitnn, If you hnve It. Pour the hot  milk upon the eggs gradually, beating  nil tho time, thon mix In the cheese and  a saltspoonful each of salt and paprika.  Vour Into w(-]|rb|jtterei] "nappies" or  tlmbnlo cases and aet In a pan of boiling wnter In the ,ovon. Cover tho pan.  Ab soon aa tho tlmhulos are fairly "set,"  or firm, turn out carefully upon n hot  lint dish und serve with hot tomato  suiiee, Serve nt once, pris-dns thin  slices of buttered whole wheat or graham hrond with thom. ��������� ,  The merits of quick choose entrees  nre tnn mtlc known to American,cooks,  These nre but ������ f*w nf the many that  may tnke the plnco of meal (Jlulii-s nt  luncheons,  Calf's Brain Croquettes  Wash thc brains In Ice-cold wn'er,  clearing them of hlonrty fibers. \'nw  put tlietn Into a * Wi'uej.pnn nn.l cover  deep with boiling water.  Conk for three  Serve tomato, sauce wl*,h any of these  croquettes.        "  Ragout of Beef's Tongue  Cut into dice an Inch long the remains of a fresh tongue whicii has  been boiled .ir braised or roasted  Cover with a mixture of salad oil und  one-third ns much lemon Juice. Leave  in- this for two hours. Turn Into n  saucepan; season to taste with salt,  paprika, onion juice and minced parsley,  three or four chopped olives, nnd halt  a dozen French mushrooms cut Ini a  quarters. Simmer slowly for five min-.  ute'a���������just long enough to heat the  ragout througn; add luilf a Bl.iss if  sherry and a tablespoonful; of lemon  Juice, with a few tflblespoonf'ils ot  brown Block nnd a teaspoonful of Wtch-  ������n bouquet. Coyer closejy and simmer slowly three mlnu'.i ;.��������� ;r.ngcr.  If followed exactly, this recipe will  produce a savory ragout; foreign as lb  mny seem, ���������  With n dn*h of mncamnl -.e.-isoned  w'lfVi, cheese, It makes it '-;e liinchcon.  Entrees lH������e.d fipon, lelt-ovcrs contribute co much to tho pnin.abltfiiess ot  fnmJIy tare, nntl especially, when tastefully garnished, Impart such an air uf,  elegance to tho table, that no liuuse-  mother, with n Just appreciation of the  Influence of environment upon character  nn.l behavior, can afford to disregard  tbo study of pOAHlbllltic* anil combinations,  Nothlnn thnt adds beauty to evcryi  ..day ]|fu, nml hi'liitf* tirl*iili.ona into the  borne, Ih (i trifle.  Dignify werk ana It censes to l.e  drudgery. Hnnutlfy , tho commonplace  nnd yuu will llml youriolf Interested in  It.  THE HOUSEMOTHERS' EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  ryiCAVflE nt tin* ennrniniia  #3 iittwifccr uf letters tent to  -���������-** the Hrehnnfir, I tiiiint ask  contributor* ��������� tn limit their com*  tiimilodtloiis in tm tennis, rsecpt  in rases nf ftmnulits nr recipes  vohlrlt cor/iilrc (trailer nnuer, I  irnnt ell mv eni-reifiiniilentn to  hove (i nliniitlitf) in thr Corner,  niuf t( tnu rrijuent In thi* rrnpret  tn onmiillml ml tti, It will ho ������o������.  title tu print mnnv mnre Idler*,  Buttermilk Soup  IHAVN hid so rainy helps from ymir  IiSse||������n������<', tlisi ,l iilinlly, rviii-rouaif l.y  liWI.il.lit   lhe   ci'l'lpi*   fin*  hulMinllk *HI|>  itski-il fur 1.)' "M. V, K."  Vor. slglit peftiina mak* the follnwlna  iiuiiiilltyi  Oiip-qiinitor of n cut. nf ilcn, half 11 i.onnil  of |irum������, Ivin uusiln .if fr<������h bun. rinllk.  I.iowii nusur unil nii 11 tu linn, a lutlu Amir  f..r thlikiiilnif. 0'v������i* the ik't- Mini inuims  wllh eol.) wmer wi.1 toll until lh.-)' ui������  tomlor, I'oiii- In tlii. buttermilk Hum and  lalng tu a hull, A.M tin. miliar und twit.  Hume like It sw.ot.'t than others. Ttilclien  to ilia uuiislxtuncy ol in.nli wllli Hour ..r  r.il'IIK'.lllcll.     II..II   fm*   11   HllllUU'   Hllll   H.II'VII.  This wiiil' niN.v Iw eiucn *-llh(*r wnrni ,<ir  cnl.l, mill It mny In. mn.lii wlll.mit Ihn  prutiM if tltslrcrt. II )��������� ������i ry wl.oliiiMiiiie Ior  nyslMs,    "liuiternillk  |h>i>"   Ii the ������am������  I'M i-M'itr. H.ii i-Kit.li im-jri*. w.p,i.  \M<\ not I m-nphesv Iht.t mir Oerwflti  lioiuemutliurs would juslity my litlih In  1 iii-.r al.iliiy 11ml gnml will tnwartl  othora of the srulld? I Imve two mor*  r.-.*l|K*������ f.ir Imtlormllk ������<.u|> <pop>,  which will appear In irmid time. It  muy seem un odd compound to those  who hnve never tnitol It. f am  rmmircil bv t*nnwi> fnmltlnr with It  mm 11 is iiinto hm palatable a������  Voumlaa and aa wholesome,   ���������  Cassirole Cookery  t ������-)lni>l<l l# vrrv uriitftul fnr mm* jWllIM  tnr emilrt''** dUI|)*l *n.| ��������� ������(������>! fiiin.Uls Ior  caramel Icing.  .iln, V. V. Ill*tn.lt, M.ch.t,  ,Ttio rules for cooking In Ihe rssiernl*  .in* %n 1,1.1,^ *.in* ".inn- in ,im>-i 1 .mi'it  that ��������� few s'-n.-rsl dlreciliins are-nlt vei  tieoi, t jmlijnin nit* rr lne that ������lir������ii'rt  hi-   . '.tUIifu! ������ il.li: mi'.U a .l.ii.u ulUis,  Mutton  Clicpa an Caawiiiisi  Wm a war every Wi ef fnt from lh������  anno*.  Mtlirnii tallow 1������ nut pslotatile.  Benr the chops In n littlo butler In a  frying pan, turning them, that overy  part may be elentrlaod. 1,1ft tiie ment  from tho fat and put Into the heated  casserole. Cover closely and sot' In  liolllng wntor while ynu rrv In the same  fnt 11 sliced onion and 11 carrot cut Into  dice, Uni In and Iny thoso among thu  chops. Now mid 11 cupful uf good nUtcM.  It you huvo nn otli-.ii*, strain a iti-ceni  cun of mutton In-nth and use, Cover  nnd set the casserole In tho oven i.>*'  fnrty-llve minutes, Add Hum it dimi'ii  potato niurlilon cut with 11 H-uuite and  jiarbnl.-il, uud hnlr 11 il men while hut-  ton onions Hint huve been piirhnlle.1.  I'uvor ami cnuk ngiiln for twenty minutes or more, until the meat Is very  tender, liruln nwny tin gravy fr.1111 He*  chops, keepliiK the lftttop covered uud  hot while yuu prepare the grnvy,  Pill the liquor frmn the ciisseroln Into  a siiuceptin; thicken with browned flour,  lidding a leuspnonful of kitchen bouquet  Biiil a titblesponnful of tomato oataup.  Iloll up once, pour over the meat, put  buck the caswruh*. covered, Inlu an upeu  oven and lot It stand live minutes before It goes tu the liilile.  Chicken, v������h| uud liver may bo eooke.l  In this way. All will be aavory ami  lender. *  Bice nnd Liver ������n Cnaserole  Iloll   a   cupful  nf  rlee  until   tender.  \V ork into it a tublrs|M>onful of butter  ami   season with    mil   and   paprika.  Oronse the en������������orn1o ������...tl   *,,..* ;...'. ���������(.  iLi"i������ ni'v.> "" u l",,vl< "n"1" "' ���������'"'  tlisldo. Hel iiwiw iii'iU i.irf... t> . i.|  Alc1111111.il.,   imii  11   lumbs   liver;   ilriiln  ���������lll.l    Cll.ljl   Ml.O.      licit    Jn   ���������   siuir, l���������|||   11  large cupful of *t'n'k, if you have not  ���������nouBh, <k.. It.-.hi with lht. ,,,)!,,1 |i,,u,���������  In Which the liver Wns enokcl    Thicken  with bniwtii.l (lour; season with i.imat.i  Clilsup nr Milne* mul kin hen tiouiiilet;  r.our tho stiivv mum tt,, ...ii, ....i if.-. .���������  ������������������lit wen nun nil tin 1...ii,,������(���������,! i-ciiicr i.f  the rice lining with It. Hirew tir.-a.l-  eriimbs iblckly on the surfae.-; ������-over  and cook half 1111 hour, ur until bubbling hot.  A cheap nnd a savory dl������h,  Caramel Icing  8llr Into  a, half cupful of cream a  pinch of soda to prevoin curdling, hnlf  .i .-uiifn'. i,f ,v.i,ur .....I ,��������� i,ili\i������|ii,.nir..i  of Inilli-r. t'onk unlll it *-rii|M-s," tuke  from lhe fire and stir Into It four t������.  |,l,.;.j..���������l|f,; J      I,,;;;,;      ;.,.^,,1      l,a,,,,������������������,,  ntl'l    VMllMll    -..    tSKt..      C.,.,|(    iigHII,    mi..  short minui*- nn.l .1*01 *in|.|."|y when  ������|ti(le (vl.l. frosl th.- cuke will, ll. Hi 1  III tht   hut   ������ .ii   tu  lity.  Peach Shortcake  Msv I rmitrltiutu snmr-llilng tn ninko yuur  lliuillli   WUIlll'V  ,>.fl 3,cupfuls nf flniir Into a basin  hue tlinoi, wllli a le;is|'iH.nfuUs of  l.nlslng imwder 11 ml >i irtiBiniimful nf wilt.  \\*)ik Ini.1 Oil., ,1 nii,l,n|.i,,iiiii|i uf  liiiltiT snd, lhe ������Hiiiit of iiir.1. (i don't  nm. n������ mueli Bliiirluiilnu.i WIii-ii tl.tidt. I11-  sifKlleiiiM are wall lneiir|i(.iiiie.|, wet with  11 cupful nf iwiutt milk. Iilvlili. ih. iIihiku  Inlu Iwn en nn put imlf Int.. nii). r.nuiil  ink.. I.MII, tliii ii'st nun another, Th>* imiis  lllUKt   ll������   Willi    Mill.Ull,    liuku  CUVITWl   i������n  uiliuiles,  Hun liinwn.  Spill eili'll c-ilKi* .'Ul'efllllv llll" lllllvi-s,  ii^Iiim n fork, iml In ti*iir the pnkm, lliitl.-r  oui-h Inwer hlllf lltul enver wUh slli'iul innl  ���������lU'i'iiloiii-il |i..||i'lii*������, I'rejiiire" llicsi. while  ll.e eiik" la III luiklllc l|.i|i|������i*e (lie ilinr  hurls nf ihi split inkn, in. will, oilier  lm 11* ciik������������, ...nl mve Willi tt*lil|i|iiil  <*t-.-.u... i'|.;i|(*V   .I(fnil������vll|o,   K>-t,  A favorite contrll.iiiiir with us all.  Hhe miivm lier little sny, und steps  gracefully iinI.Ii. io iiiukii wuy for  lliu next In line.  1., "~""  you e.in iiffiir.l to get uh much ns a  teaspoonful nt genuine nti.ii- of roses  ynu have frrmranre which In virtually  Imi.ei-isli.ilile. 11 in very enpeiislvv >>m  delicious, nn.l 11 few drops will pemiinu  the whole ii.iii<h nf nelnls. He sure the  petals are fully dcslicate-J he fore you  IncloHi. ilu-ni In the cover. If tney um  at nil humid, they become offonslVa In ���������  time,  Coloring, Raffia  Cnn ymi nr nny >if .nil iinnih.T������ slvr 1110  ll 11. IJ111 Iul* i-ii|nrlll|. 111 lliu || Hi if I \ i' I In w l*!l  groen? I uinn .���������...nc nf the Lively nhintcs  ...ir Hrail.ll.i'itl.ell. UH'il In sot fM'lll til.' IIIII���������  li'Hsli. iii ll.i-lr .* iiiiu.snil; The Intuits iil������n  "liimln'liv" i*li*i. ������i/n.irr tiitnniln*, lull  thev |i'i|iili(. lW(i-|iin������it.Mlliln ciuiilliii.ns, vln,  llll lllllli*   ,ltl������t   alll.1l.1er,     I   MM   ri.lnllll.r.-lll)  ilye������:   hut   while  Ih.-i*  mn  i- u.Viuili ul,   limy  iiih eminently uii������,iil������riiet..i*v.  Iv   N.  i.M.-i.i|.hl������. Tmiii I,  The (|iiei-y In |iiiMneil 11 limit to tbo w^rk-  et-n in the ii.ipiilur nrt uf nilllii woiiviiik,  H.iiue of Hie111 mind h.|ve ovorinuie the  1    ������:'������,,1'.-. r ���������  / ' m ���������-J ���������  -nlllleiulv  tlni   eonfr. nix  our Tciiii-mhci.  //   1.0)Mit'Lover  Of  liOOVS n..*nil..-r.    1  Khali bt- glad to Imlp h..r  I ������iw thnt "Ida A.," of |'li!l.i.li-l|ihi������,  i.ftcIN lunika tu thn nuiliri, nf the Y.i-  1 Imiiuii, nt lo h.iili 11* * m.nlil vn I in* iIkiiii,"  t i-.-rliilnly wnulil umt vtmuM lie Hlml In-  ileeii to h������V)* them. I llvn (ml In the muni-  ��������� irv. nli milea fr in nm i'.iuiiI)' tn*.Mi nml  lw.lv.' mlli.ii fr.1111 11 riillrniil, nn.l nfnn  set very |.inei>, My sreiiiciu ������>iiJ>i>-iiii.iii in  rHuillnw,    I hsve l������'.-n  trvlii* Btnlnmly tn  Set   ".nii..   new   I k������- :)i.K   In    iii-ui   |..  me  lm. 1 i-iinnul nfr.u-.l to l,uy ihnm, I wnulil  (l.liDllr , pilV    Irelghl    ehuruos   to   Owi'iitou,  ���������vuu. itsilwsy,        ..X. ij, iciueni.n, Kyi.  Wr 1 1.1. 1   * i.n .,.:.:. . - -. ... , ,..��������� , tf,  wllli si. 11 Mill in- exp. ftiittims nf puss-  fnw It n\er to timo.ns of other bonk-  luvers.   Hydncy Hmitli wk.io n eliurm-  IpK   csw.lj    Up.ill   Hi,'   IK,.   ���������r   one   who  lived "Twelve Miles Trolii a I., in..11."  inllew  from   u   n.IIway  l.'WIl"    IlilM    it    II Hill    I.f  III HUM   this   llll...  IFanted���������Recipes for Cnnsenrs  In  Muv  nr June ���������f  linn  y.ntr  Ihure  ������|>-  pKirn! In lh, t'.-m hlin,-.* 101 . m'.-lh nl n. i|..-  tut mis������ herrv inn! i In riv ci.ii������. rve. I  mcI I. .nm inmislil ll line nn.l put II iiwnv  hi (.(irefn'lr ih-.l I inn mm hie m llml II  nu.In. IViinM 11 h<> |.ni...ie mi,:. r*ir ,���������a tt  ������e������i| ll lu uh- In lh" lift..net .'iiveliiiie?  H, I.. V. V, (HurilihiliK, I'll).  Mil.1  ���������i|.i*s l.y  l.lllll.M'M  Vour  "iwolvi  und  n\\   fri.i.1  i,'i,..,������������������.. ....  IIUI-    I'tilMV.'  books,  4'oil    11,uM   lm ie   jiiur  A Rose Pillow  Kln'lly   lei   mo  know  througn   the   Ki-  unie* Iiiim* t., tushe h rime i,in,.������-.  _. . ���������   . II I' I. .i|iiril������l.������rK. !'������.).  Ptr.u   tlin-rfisj.   ������������������������)!,lu   ....   ..   ......   .!,..,    ....  till!*'    1*.,.������.      |,,   ia, , ,     ������������������     ���������  ii rrd orris mm ������������rioi1(f u���������.���������(,  "'   ���������  I .....l|    ��������� I'������(I|k).    I.  until, oven tu in it- ti,...������  .im, mi nim .iiij.-i'in 11 id iiiim.1, in .M.i.r  >"i>n>, Ihr fni 1 llml we li.,*..- un 'l"l:i tn  mude us In .1 ni-ttri'U iiiriiiiifh  liiiti.lro.ls  i*f |iii|.e.-H lieci'tl.l c.eir |'ii...',.>*������|.,ii Mint  ��������� he reoiirt- wus publish)*.! 11 vein nun In  .May or June. Tht, l.i>i no e.iu .In l������ in  print your ro(|iio������t, with llie horn- Hint  ninn,' i'.ir.*fiil  H.nil   pi,|.iii'i>i|   thi.   fiittn-iln  - -'I  i.\ ,���������.  11    ,.".   ..,*.   - .11 1,..  Mil   well,    ,\r ll  |v  |n,1 |(,|,.  In  ||,. M* iw*U  fur you to unci it this year, we allow  I'.l    U>    Ot    tltlll.   I ll|*   |||.   M'.lllll.       \lllt   IIIIIV  hi   it It re..|y fnr the li. uy nml cherry  H   Hllll of litlj.  flar-lc-Diic  That you nn   not  thn 1 n|e h"<i������oWifa  win. lints tt'luu* ..wuy Inn -itti-tv f.ir M*t*  ��������� '������������������   '*���������'.!.>il,    mi     hi .(���������   t',���������)|.,i. 1.   i|i   ton  i.rH 'eller;  I'tCIM.   ������l-n.|   Ol,-    Ill,   ,,.   I,,.,    f.���������    l.',r.||..i1l|,-  tt'���������: \,'"'AuA.'- ;":;;���������-' A'"\ Aful.  K.ll I-    ,ll>|    I    1.1,1,1    I.,.,    ,,,,     , .  M   tl- U U..������ 1-le.nit*. V* I  H-ilt.' t   mn   ,'..i,| in,, i;     >,,,      ,,,   .   , ,r  l������ 111 iiiliinin-il  l.y  l.ilir.  It  l������ ',1  mtittM-  of Inst time nnd labor to look up recliie*  tn be Hint by iiiull. And un hour's  ���������enroll nt1 |.iiin������r������ cniililn'ne 'he t^v-  clianifo noticed of lust winter have  I'M.1 eii i.iihii 1 inindnry. Will the woman  uh.. .ills nut nn.l keeps (where lliey  limy In- foiii-iil) i.i Ipcs 1 rum our Oumer  bo merciful nnd copy uut thin on* for  * )'.'! ,{��������� .,H���������,,'0.���������,n������n 'nr thl������ yeiir, but  ���������M, K. I.," will not let It slip HirouKh  hii- limn 1 h i.Kiiin.  Cliiiruless Butter  Kevt-rsl id mir nii.lern have asked nun.  tli.i.M ni. t.i uiiikuiK hill,*, wlihnut n churn,  I Ihlllk I um lell nf a veiv slni|i|e ������������>*:  I   |illt   IIIV  ileum   Inlu lit.  en Ihen  (nil  iin.J  ellr ll wllh 11 liilii..������in������in mull 11 "comes  li.inif."    It ueni'iniiv taken ihr iju.irti-i4  nf llfl limit KnlllStlllleS lell. Illl'l Hilim llnii-il  IntlKir. I have nl������i mmle H hy |.i)Uliiit |t  ihi,, 11 imint ,.,1 nml mulling 11 '| ne l.ioinr  "iuiius' in ulxiut Ivvftniy inliiulnti  Mif. IV. * . I.  1 ..iiteimi.., I'.l,),  My uikiI ".Marl*" used in make whut  la Niiiii In Aiiit-riciiu markets uh "sw.-.i  lnitl. I* "     llll.I     I.-      ullllevw,     |n     ;i     ,���������'.���������,,.'.  sylliiliub ciiurn.   Httiiie of us prefer II1I11  In . nll,.,| |. utter Hm tlin vv. 1,1 *,.']|t,,|.(',-  ������ Vtui iiliiK- Ho \i ymir liliui-ew of buuU  Init tht* it .iim wllli 11 MI1O..11 mid nliukliit?  It lu it Jur, I tliink tlin'. mu lni|iil.lim  friends ud* on the lookout for 11 wuy  (if ''lii-liirlii|." lh. IiiiMii* wltlmni ,i,,|-  tulliiit Iho neani hi nil, line wn.:������i ef  loiryliii!* li In 0 ilil.i; i.n* In .in .-, r ��������� 1������  for 11 ������lny.   nii) you read hor lotterTl  it a t ti a ii vme  I     .    '���������!     ���������   f   ,      >        . ..'     1 ,     ,  r. !*)... iiihit- I1.1i.nw11  fonii* wi.iiisii il������mr������  ���������'ii-   '*���������   * * ....    ".t   I   I..1   l.i 1   hi lii'li     Inn-   hlm  ��������� ni    I 1    |i,lll|,.jl,v    Iih    III*   Ul    || .1,1.1   unit   p.I  ��������� mt   wllh   tne  p,iin(.|lmr������     Vi'ility.   ���������'������*    |>  ��������� ��������� "I .Vi IIMi.vili, I'll., w.nii.l line t,i  ."���������I.- m in \t\ hi nim I ������,,.(!,������ -,. n||f!,|  in, I I nn. ������lll III. lie. The |li,.iiyhl |.,ia ciimn  I in< ll,it. Hiiu.K mi" Ml'.1 *l������lk ii|-i>i. liilmhl  1 " 'I   .".'    l*i.      ������������������* mn Ml"!.>     ni..;    I   1 ..  ���������ili������. J, I,. \\ .hmmun. AiU.i,  Th)* iir.atn.'ooieiit mlwbt be i'ml-  noiiii> 1 * luinient tnr tittib parties if  i-cfiii un' utr.t e������i luiri|t*od, nml III.)  result nf n eorrettiinrntnnoe rnuui.tll'  iiijii.iil.li. Hut i-nri'ful iii.|iilr> mi thn  purl of ������,'. li *.h������ii!il )iro> ode a ������',aciii-i:i  Specitil Notice  ^���������n li  ,.*,   * ��������� to. 1.-..  i.|i,,t   j,,.- im, .|iK   .,,  Ihe ni h< 1 mile of thn muld end i..s.tru������ji  l,lll -Mm.    I ..      I.....   litnt |tl,|    ;,,   li,,'    ,|r-|������  I I  ,l>    i    .i  ������������������   ...... 11...l������.I   in   nolll   II   M|M'������.-tltl  *.'��������� '"I"'-     le   *     .1    >*-.'   I.        1   il   i,|...i|   ll .������  Ii>ii��������� u,nt inoiur  If there bo a bright  Ml.le   In   II.   H>,1, 1,1    t,.(   ���������������, J,,,,),  ���������, J,    ,f  t"   ���������       *���������"��������� *      "in    '���������'      "���������><     l.< Hi    |l|    i,|.-���������,������t|    I ||,l  itnll   'I.If. THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMP. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  SPECIAL TO THE LADIES.  Fancy Quarter-cut Oak Roll Top  Writing Desks, Music Cabinets  and Racks, comfortable Rockers in  Oak and Mahogany.  A oHoioe assortment of  Hand Painted China.  D  A. MoKINNOX  Mcl'hee Block, Oumbtrland, B. 0.  =11=  ���������������������  X  m  00MMUNI0ATI0HB  Department   of  Agricultural, at  Victoria, B.C., Nov. 7th, 19L0.  M, B. Ball, Esq., Secretary Comox Agricultural Ai-i>ouiatiun.  Dear Sib;���������I am planning to  bold several short courses on Live  Stock throughout tht* province thi������  coming winter.    I am making arrangements for the In.1(Jjug of   a  short course in Comox district for  December 19th aud *������Oth, which I  think are   quite   ftiituble  dates.  Boat connections between Nanaimo  and   Comox make it rather  awkward for us, but it  we leave  here on Thursday ami reach Comox on Friday.,, afternoon we will  have Saturday ts get the different  classes   of   stock toother at tlie  Fair Grounds, Courtmrny. or some  other suitable place, und will have  the judging on Monday and Tues-  day, the 19th and  2(Uh.     Theee  city's finances.   How about that,  electors ?  No, 5. He says any fool can  ask questions. I know that, and  I also know he dared uot answer  it trftthfully.  No. 6. May be truthful, but his  writing and editorials do not  prove it,.  No, 7. Facts do not prove this  answer truthful.  No. 8. Possibly correct.  No. 9. He says "Rats, McCarthy!"   Does he mean wharf rats?  No. 10. He squeals about insinuations under a nom de plume.  Look in his own edition. 1 have  seen more base insinuations in its  columns than in any other paper  I have read for many years, and  they were even defended by the  editor at that.  In summiug up his answers I  vv'Ctu)d���������advise lhe citizens of our  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refreshing beverage.  Drink  Pilsener  The  Purest  and Best  short courses will be principally  Live Stock Judging with practical  addresses ou types and method of  breeding and improvement of all  classes of live stock, principally  dairy cattle, sheep ami awine, as  well as heavy and light horses.  We hope to havo a {jooij representative type of a few breeds of  these different classes <>f stock, together, and will go over them dis-  cunning the proper typt*������ and meth  ods of breeding as w<*ll us ether  important questions,  Then at night we expect to hold  publio meetings wheiv nddrei>se������  will be delivered by various authorities. If you think it wise I  would be glad to arrange for a  tuberculin demonstration to be  given by one of our veterinary in.  epectors,  Slnco I have come to this  pro  vince one thing iu particular  has  struck mo and that is, that  there  lias been too many iimtituto  and  on the  Coast.  and made in  Cumberland.  town to nominate their owu candidates for the coming election  aud to nominate men fit to look  after the city's finauces.  Thanking you I am still hoping  for Straightforward, honkst,  LAW ABIDING RRPRESKNT-  ATIVKS FOR THE CITY.  Editor News :-Soinetime ago  a Citizens' League was formed iu  this city. At that time it was  thought the League would be a  good ihiug in general to advance  the welfare of the town. But,  alas, what do we find to-day?  Some of the promoters are becoming so active that it would  seem that they hud a pet scheme  up their sleeve when the league  was organized. The last meeting  of the League, which, by the way,  was only a special meeting, aud  tliey went so tar as to nominate  u mayor aud council for the year  1911, aud furthermore, if reports  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that an appli-  lation will be macie to the Legislative As  jemb)V-QtJhc-provjitce. of British* Colum-  BtCloutier,  General Blacksmith  n -1���������wits  Horseshoeing: a Specialty.  Third Ave, Cumberland  ft  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  SPATES  The TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  Ladle** Work  a Specialty.  *'l mi 1 n,| h im hi-h*  o  a.  mm ���������  3  >  OfQ  *mA  e-t-  hia. at its present session, (or an Act tn  incorporate a company with power to  build, construct, maintain and operate, a  r tilway of standard or narrow gua-jc to  be operated by steam, electricity or other  motive power fsr ihe purpose of currying  passengers, logs and merchandise, or  either, from Harky Hay os PortMcNeil,  or some point between them, or some  0 her convenient pniut ueir thereto, on  tne eust coast of Vancouver (-stand to  Coal Harbor, on the west arm of Quatsino  Sound, or to some point on Rupert Arm,  Quatsino Sound, or tu 1 convenient point  on Quatsino Sound, Rupert District, Van  eouver Island, province of British Coluin  bi.i; with power to construct, acquire, own  unci maintain, wharves nnd docks,in connection therewith; and to construct, acquire, own. charter, equip and maintain,  steam and other vessels and boats, and  to operate ihe same on any navigable  waters; and with oil powers >(iven by the  'Model Railway Bill;" and with such  other powersand privileges usual or incidental to all or aey of the Aforesaid pur-  pose.*)  BARNARD & ROBERTSON,  Solicitors for the Applicants,  baled this ist dav of November, 1910'  other thooretical meetings where tm cortect, there were only five  tuldressua huvo been delivered on or 3ix uiembers of the   League  (9  V_  W  tn  e-e  tm  e-r  n  o  3  3  mm. .  tf)  '/I  **��������� .  V*  !>  S3  ****  0  0  a  7<  n>  a  r*>  **  C/)  00  HT  o  o  CL  p  m  I  3  i  9  >  9  7  ������  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from lab to 135    All Work Pint Olass  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  K.AIDA  Klnt  LADIES' TA1L0KMADE COSTUMES A SPE9IALTY  SUITS OQADH TO   ORDER AND  I������ ANY STYIiH YOU ttlisa  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $30 to ������40,  CUMBERLAND,        -      -        B- c>  Capital $5,000,000.  Reaerre $6,700,000  The Royal Bank of Canada;  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER THE WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to BAVINGSACC0UNT8 & interest  at highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of ll and upwards.  CVKBBKLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily.  COURTENAY,  B.O, ;ftnb-Bra&cV Open Tueedaye aad  ==���������-=-���������=.���������������������������s-siDATSr������������������=-������������������==__==__=_=_=_i  UNION WHARF. B. 0.,     TfrBranch, Open Tlmradaya.  H. P.MONTOOMERY, Managtr.  theory alone, and what   we  need  now U to get down to flood practical work, to do something fur our  ctocktnoii and farmers of a practi  cal nature,  Thanking you in Anticipation  for uuy sup-gabions or enmmants,  I roiuuin,  Yours vory truly,  M. A, Jt/u,,  Live Stock Commissioner,  Wo roctiivod tho hUivm Utttwr  from Mr, Carter, tho rmw i>ocrpt*ry  of tho Comox Agricultural As unci  ation, with a requost lui public*  tiou.  Koxtor Nkwsi��������� Kindly a!.  low me space to acknowledge  how T nnnredate the answers tr,  <jMe������t;.nria awe**, hy **a*> in your  lust is3ue aud replied to by Editor of the Islander.   To Question  No. i. Hia reply wan not an  - ,-.   ������!.,    _         .f-;J}V'\ '"!* *H^',���������  ly an insulting itKintiatioti  a^aimt the writer which is bum-nth contempt.  No, a. Any child could say  "Ask a policeman", but it is a  (act that only he ami a few others were invited to the me*liny  at which Dominations were made  Biitde.  present', the others being outsid  ers, some from Courtenay and so  not even residents of the city.  Aud the president allowed them  to vote aad make tuotious, und  take part in the nominal urn of  cuudidatea, which I coutend is  ���������jut of order. Why charge some  50c to join aud huve them voted  into membership if you are going  to allow outsiders who come  along to take part iu the meet  iiiy������. It is up to the citizens of  Cumberland to call a public meet  ing and choose a mayor and coun  eii lor the year 1911, and not ul.  low a bolc������in"tbe-currer meeting  to run the town for uext year by  putting up caudiUaten for mayor  and aiucruicu.  just a few questions for Ihe  president of the League to uvis-  >*wer. Why did uotjthe secretary  uo'ify esch member of the spec*  tal meeting and thc object if If  lie had done ro the citizens of  Cumberland would have no  grounds for complaint. But it  seems that aome of your mem*  k-rs want ihing* all their o������-������  wi'v, aud if all the League mem**  Lci������ v,ei������', pvesent they would not  be able 10 carry things their way  j If the presidi-nt wants the League  "LANU RKOWTKY ACT, *  la tkr Riattir of an application far a duplicate ctrtific4te ef title to un undi-  vidtd H of Lot 233, Comox Duttict  and nn undivided i of Lot I, Block  3, except the east 32  feat  thcteof,  [map 532] Town of Cumberland.  Notice is hereby  given dial it ii my  it cation at the expiration of nne month  from  the  date of tbe fii������t publication  hewl e itsue a duplicate certificate of  title to above above Undi isuned 10 John  W Hryden on the 10th ot JulyJ igo;,������nd  numbered 14619c.  UndKejfMtty Office! S- Y WOOTO*.  Victoria, U.C       > Registrar Cietwrai  November ind, 1910)       of Title*  P. philupps Harrison  '*l o  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLt CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  **        *.,     ... .. . 1 'o A������ ahead he will have to keeo  No. 3, Was short but truthful. ������--*-'       -   - -- F  Dr, Kerr, den tint, will be iu  Ovimberliiud from SatunlHy, Nov,  6th to Saturday, Nov, lUth,  FOU 8ALE-U uiiluh cows, nil  tuliercnlwiiis teHted, Govertinient  yearly records of ouch cow given,  itUo 2 colts und 1 nged mare, one  colt partly broken.  HAVSIDK, I Carter*������ Rnnuli]  Union liay lload.  ���������'Mr. 0. S. Campbell, formerly  chief of provincial polico in thin  oity, nnd now provincial lie-mint*  iimpi'utor, has returned from atrip  of inspection through the Kjuot.  ���������nays", nuyn the Vancouver New*.  AdvertiK������r, "He finds that tlm  new provincinl liquor uet \* work*  ing out well, and in vffectlng im.  proveiuout in the handling ol thii  liquor trailiu and in tho standard  ut Hooouiiiiouatioiia proviue������i uy  licenced hott������eri, One thing noticeable is thnt there has been h  great deal more '������! trashing' in  i-imiitrv diatricto, nnd this ha*  worked out to the benefit of the  communities that have been able  to get rid of their barroom loafers.  Generally, Inspector f;antpbell  found hotol'keepers quite willing  to comply with the conditions of  tlie new net uud to *ajopeiate  with the official* in enfoicing its  observance."  SAYWAKI) LAND DISTRICT.  Dintriot of Coast  TAKE NOTICE that Davldscn-  Ward Co., Ltd,, of Viuirmwr, BC,  lumbermen, intend tn miplv for per  midfion to purchase tbe following  deitoribfd Uiidfi���������Ciiminencliig at 11  post planted nboiu 10 chniijH north  of n rtroam on the eavt side of Cop*  per Rpaoh, Loughborough Inlet,  sbout 8 miles from Towey Hew),  theuce east '20 chain?, tbfi.ee routb  20eh*������inn, thence west 20 ohaini*,  10 Lou������hborouj|[h Inlet, thence  norih along the������hor������ uf Loughborough Inlet about 20 chains to point  of commencement nr.d containing  40 acre*, more or lees,  Davidson-Ward Compakv, Ltd  Frederic L. Ward, Agent.  Dated goptemhnr 24tb, 1910.  NOTICK.  NOTICR U hereby (Win that 60 dayi  afterdate I Intend to apply Ut the Hes,  The OhUf CotneitMloaer i>f Lands anil  Worka tnr a Hoe is lo pnep.ov fnr ooal  aad petrnUnm oodar and na Hie lamlt In  . elaoo Dutrlet, and deaoritied ae folio was  (lutnmenciair at a po.t planed 20 ohaiai  wet: uf tha northwest euroer i.f 8������o In 1,  theaee aa.t 80 ehalna, theme north 30  iV,lnf, ib**.** ,*,,wiMattaint, ���������hwiominrth  R0oVabi������,thMne������waitl0 obtiaa, thenee  tuuth 10 ohnlaa to plaee nl e������mtn*neo������e������t  fm PHIHT.  Dated thla ttrd day ef OetuHer, I9I������,  :V. BOflonfl'  cnanufaefcuPtp of CDINBRAU UlATBt^S^  Uihol������Bol������ DoBltn in WlfiBS, UIQUOR A BHBR  r. 0. BOX 140  PH0NBS9,,,.  CUMBERLAND  V  G. H. ASTON,  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER  FlRST-CUSS RRPAIRINO OI������ ALL KINDS DONR.  BNOL18M WATCHUS A 8P8CIAI.TV "^HJ  All Work Ouarant������������d.  If est to TarbelTs,  Duusmuir Ave.  f*  *M\  [OES!  Ko. 4. IL* mys if u mtti fti-.tk-.  tbe law and pays hi** fine or po*  siblf served a time in j<il) he is  ������ fit person to have char���������< of the  politics out ol tt.  Thanking you Ur the htKpit.  ality ot your columns, 1 am  Vottrs on   fiehnlf of the  tiujeu- uf CutpbvrUud,  (-STUKN.  Fechrmr's opera lm\*t* Nt Cour-  t������nty was opemed for the first tlmt  to tht putitte, ott Friday night. It  puts Cao������^l������nd in tha sharfev  NOTICK,  NOTICB ie beeetiy titee that 00 Any  after date I intend to at-ply to the Ha-.  Tbe Chief OmralMl*������������*/ af l*a4t aud  Wmkefor a iieena* ��������� > p"������|w<!t for oa������1  and potrnteum nnd->r the landa in Velana  Diatrlot, and deacrllw-l aa follow*:  Commmoitii *i ap<nt. \\ *i*������-don the���������#������  beaeh a- die R B, earner til Heotlon 9a.  *Jb*nn*w**w atikitRUia enelb tioan-tarf -I  aaM fteeliMi 3a, Srt ebaina the> ae earth 4A  tbtia , trt't* em ba, tn Ita u*-,th*rn bnan.  duy at M ft Hitt'a ;.ri*tpo time lUana-: j  theaee ������a*t 80 chain* tnnr* ������r Irft. t* If,  tV taarli *n tan haacb, ibeaea MU*mt  ah*ageea bmrneb %.*b**i*w**A a*mtMm*jtr  EA.O*RKsroiMOirt  R. Pr|������t������, Aa*mt.  Qattat tUe ���������*%*���������* -Jay at (hi. Ut, ltlSL  PLIM LEY'S ANNUAL  DlUTm  i     DAI I itZi  %  We are clearing out all our 1810 stock of  bicycles at sacrifice piictsfr. This Is  an unparalleled opportunity to get a  high grade bicycle at a great bargain.  Thete machines are our regular stock  of standard mak**, all High Grade,  Singers,  Humbers,  Enfields,   Tourists,   Ladies, Gonta and Juvenile Models.  THOS. PLIM LEY,  r.v  XOE3C  H 1110 GOVERNMENT ST** VICTORIA, IS.C. Jt  ^BSssaBsssaoeaiBSBBaa^

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