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Array MERRY XMAS TO ALL  The News, Eighteenth Year,  MERRY XMAS TO ALL ,7?  THE CUMBERLAND  A Journal Devoted Especially, to tHe interests of Comox District.  CUMBERLAND  B.C.,   -TUESDAY, DEC. 30,   1910  S^B^^gl^|K^^,������^AR  ���������JST  THE BIG STORE  A STORE FULL  Of tfre Choicest  XMAS GOODS  At the most  REASONABLE PRICES  ���������aauMi^w^���������mms���������w^������������������mm���������ni4������������tsMaa>si.i iiw���������m���������sws���������^������������������mmmm  Do your  XMAS BUYING  WITH US  We������ have anticipated your wants.  MHiMM������MHBNSSB--^M������Snk> I ��������� ������������������������������ rs VJ���������*S���������r���������^������  See our Selection of Fino China!  at almost half-price.  -tBSIKHMB!^  Vlfe jjuish you all a vepy  (Berry Xmas  LSimon kaiser & Co., Ltd���������  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Deitlers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  I'lace your Xmas orders for Shortbread,-Fruit Cake   and  Fruit Loaf NOW.  GRAND OPENING  OF TOYS, ETC..  ON DECEMBER 1st.  Two prizes given away,  ���������mmmJe-vmm*ammmtmmanm*t������mm  1 s.tprize, Handsome Doll, vai. $15.00  2nJ,jrtze, "        " #6.50  Every 50c. Purchase entitles you to  a Ticket  AT    THE  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Gumberland.  Obituary.  SECOND  ,-mj*t^m*^**m1*4l*00m*fm,  Cumberland Pictures.  The management qf Cumberland Hall have lived up to tlieir  promise to show nothing but first  class films. This week is no exception to the rule, as they are iu  a positiou to show pictures from  every film exchange doing business iu British Columbia���������something that no other picture show  is able to do, As litis will be our  lust announcement iu the Nkws  before Xmas we tuke ihis opportunity of wishiugour l'rioudsand  patrons A MKRRY XMAS.  Walker Company.  Tlio r-i'i'Diid Mitertntnnm.nt of  tlio Walker Lyceum Kiitortniii-  niont CotiroQ undor the aiupice*  of our local Indies of thu Macca-  Ih-a-*, v.*������ |j,Uut ly thc -'Mei-.-'y  Musiclana'' on Inst Friday evou-  ii'g, to n Hiiiiill but woll plons  td audience, On Saturday even-  ing thoy appeared iu a couiplutu  change of progiam to a much larg  ur midiulieo, Tln������ ciiiii of tliirty-  tivtt dollnro was deared and wilj  \h> iiwd by tlio ladies in aid of  huttpiul furnishing*.  Miu  Agites   Frame  arrived  home this week from Vancouver.  STREET  Oity Council  The city couuil met in reguinr  session on Monday evening.rhere  being present Aldermen  Merrifield, MeLeod, Hornal,  Stewart  and the Mayor.  The minutes of the previous  meeting were read aud   adopted.  A few tiouununicatiouH  were  read, ani they not calling for im  mediate action, were laid over.  Wm Cndinnu asked permission  to hold n boxing contest.   There  bcir.g uo date  mentioned  the  matter was not considered.  A communication was received  from the W.C.T.U.  requesting  .\;,\l thu ccuv.cn ������nn* ..r, fV.vt.hor  permits IW Wx3n^ contests. Thc  council decided to grant no fur  ther permits during the present  term of office.  Accuuuu; ���������  Thc Islander......?   2 75  A. M, McQuarrie..  163 40  City Clerk McKiunou was appointed  Retiiuiing Officers   for  municipal elections, he to arrange  for polling booth, etc.  Aid MeLeod nportcd on the  condition of thc city horse, and  recemmeuded thc purchase of a  uew onie. A commit tee was appoints ronsittin-f,' of Aids Hornnl  tnd Merrifield to look into  the  Word has just been received  of the death of Samuel McKnight  son of Mr and Mrs A McKnight,  at Riverside, Cal, ou Tuesday,  Dec. 20th. The parents, with  the remains, are expected to ar  rive in Vancouver on Mouday  next. The deceased, who had  beeu ill for some time, was a very  promising young man, and his  early demise will be very tnu������h  regretted by his many friends and  icquaiutimces here, w.iere he had  resided with his parents for a  number of years.  matter and report at next meei-  ing of council.  It was decided to improve the  lower portion of Dunsmuir Ave.,  it being iu a very bad condition.  The matter was left iu the hands  of the board of works.  A by-law was introduced abolishing the ward system, which  passed first nud second  reading,  Mr .1 15 T Palmer was appoin.  ted auditor for the year 1910.  There being no further business council adjourned,  Civic Nomination Day will be  on January 9th, aud Election  Day will bu on Thursday January  nth, 19:1,  Two U'-inns uie bc'ui,' rc.ee*  cd from among the members of  the V, M, R. 0., for a wieutific  exhibition of football on Monday,  December stbtn, on uie uiu *.*.���������>  rc-Hion grounds. This club has  now a membership ol* over fifty  and is increasing every meeting  night,   ��������� ��������� ������������������  Miss l-?������"������si������* Anthony, of Vancouver is visiting friends iu town   "   m  Tlm lut'iiilter* of thu Cmulter-  luud masonic lodge, aru giving an  htxdtnti'tti \ei\) ftn-rf ���������uppf-r on Ttifui  dny, tliuvnth, inst.  HEAVILY FINED.  Chief of Police Getsjnto  a Mix-up.  Three Italians, C. Cavalerio.  V. Cavalerio and J. Richo appeared in court on Friday morning charged with aggravated assault on a policeman in performance of his duty. Au adjournment was asked for and granted,  until Tuesday, at 2 o'clock to  allow the accused time to get a  lawyer, The men were released  ou bail of $2oo each. Constable  McLellan who was the complainant, told us the following story:  On Thursday night he was walk  iug up Dunsmuir avenue at a-  bout 9,30, when he came upon a  number of Italians talking loudly  and obstructing the sidewalk.  He told them to move on, when  one ot their number, Charlie  Cavtderio told him to go to hell,  and that he was a nightwatch-  man nnd uot a polieeman. Other  vile language was used toward  him. He arrested the man for  using profane and insulting Inn-  guage ou the public street, but  companions of lhe prisoner drag-  THE CORNER STORE I  We are now showing a full |  I range of Christmas Goods, in- |  I eluding the following lines:--    f  I  &  Ladies Department.  Fancy Collars and Belts  Ladies' Quilted Gown  Gloves  Umbrellas  Fancy Handkerchiefs  Sweater Coats  Hand Bags  Shawls  Silk waists  Gents' Department  Ties  Gloves  Umbrellas  Silk Handkerchiefs  Sweater Coats  Smoking Jackets  tt-  t  <9  *  fr  ���������tt*  t  * The above mentioned articles are just  *  I few   suggestions   for    Christmas  J  Presents.  ia*  **���������  I GROCERY DEPARTMENT:--Our Xmas Fruits |  have arrived and are in splendid condition. \  9>      ;  Dutumvir Avt.  w^t*?w������*??*W*?������?"f *���������*���������������* ���������9������???9?^������^?*$?99???ij>W>  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L, President  ALEXANDER LAMW3, General Manager  PAID-UP CAPITAL, $10,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $6,000,000  SAVINGS BAWKDEPART^^OT  Interest at thecurcent rate is allowed on all deposits of $1 and  upwards in this Department. Careful attention is ������iven to  every account  Small deposits are welcomed.  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or morepersons,  withdrawals to be made by any one of them or by tho survivor. Full and dear written instruction as to who is to make  the withdrawals should always be fchien to (he Bank when  opening accounts of this nature,  CUMBERLAND BRANCH..,,.,. V, T. WHITE, Man a per.  to do, and ordered Russell to ring  the fire bell, which ou being done  his assailants disappeared. Af  ter locking up his prisoner, Constable McLellan went after hi*  assailants and succeeded in getting Richo and V, Cavclerio at  their respective homes.  The case wa������ resumed on Tm������������.  day afternoon Imfnre Magi^m*.  Ahnuns, McDonald   and   Jobi-ph  ged the constable off and prisoner got away. Later the constable  again got his man und put tlie  haudcuffs on him, when three of  the prisoners companions came  to his assistance, two of them be  ing John Richo and Vincent  Cavalerio but the third whs uu-  kuown to the constable. A defi-  perate struggle eusned, iu which  the constable was bitten on the  arm and finger and   received a Shaw, J. I*.   Oity .Prosecutor J lur  a nasty blow over the eye, open  riHon conducted the caho for  tin  ing a wound whicii required two city, and Mr C Darling, barrfnfin  two stitches, The constable be-'of Naiiaimo, conducted the dicing hard pressed, called for assis j feneo, Tho accused wore nil found  tana1, which was responded to guilty and sentenced 10 lluoa ug-  hy Mr. Hngh Runnel!, who ad- grouting $135 nnd costs, Tlm  vised the constable to release his t-vo principNl*, V neent 'Cumin i ���������  prisoner before ws seriously in- Und John Uioho, being fined $(H>  jured. This lhe constable ie used'emeh.  ^Useful Xmas Presents for Young and Old.  Only niiic'niuic.U).-, left tu Jo yoi;r Nm:r, -hoppmjj in. nnd ri^ht now is  he best tinu'. while you can got a bmicr selection. A f������w ui.efui presents to  choose from���������  uii<ti2������,  Lad lies' Fancy C  Belts, Net Blouses, Silk  Kimonas, Motor Veils,  Blouse Lengths, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, etc.  ���������*��������� ��������� ml.  MnN'-S Tics, Mufti  Handkerchiefs, Collar-  Boxes, Glrves, Suspenders, Armlets and Garters,  Umbrellas,  Purses, etc,  SC?  Gajripbell Bfos.  Agents for Campbell and Fit-Rite Clothing  i  *  if***.'* T.,  l.mim*-mm*..t THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA:  f  The FOURTH  ESTATE  Novelized by  * Frederick R. Toombs  From the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Medill Patter-  ton and Harriet ford.  CoDvr'jht   1909  by Joseph Medill  Palterton md Harriet Ford.  (Continued.)  CHAPTER X.  BRAND hung up the telephone  receiver with an anxious expression ou bis face. "Nolan  must keep away from this," he  muttered tensely. "Let him take a train  or po to slwp or bury himself It be  wants to. If Hartelmy or Dupuy gets  hold of him after I've shown my hand  there'll be the merry d���������I to pay,  and if tbey Und him they m'gbt s������c-  ��������� ceed in coaxing��������� / waiter if Solan will  stick; I wonder if Solan will stick." he  kept repenting over and over to himself.  The noise of voices raised in indignation broke In upon him from the outer  hall at his right. **Uh. that's a chestnut," some one cried; "he's always out,  always when I come."  The editor-glanced around and snvr  Sylvester Nolan leading in his friend  Powell, the poet.  "You're not out. nre you. old man?"  ttBked young Nolan of Brand. "Who'i  that fly duck that tried to keep tne  from coming in?"  "I'm sorry. Nolan: I'm very busy tonight, and you'll have to excuse me.  I'm very busy."  "Brandy, .old boy, I came in on bu,d-  nees. Want to get a job for my friend  Powell here. He's a piiet." He dragged the wan eyea' rhymester up to  ^Bra nd-'s~desk_____������______  The editor looked Powell over,  "We don't carry poets on the payrolls." he granted." ������  "Bnt Just look at this one. I'o-  wow, let Mr. Brand see your ode to the  opening of the Otnnbn exposition. Bt  went In the competition with tlfls."  Powell banded the poem to Brand.  "And I see he en me out with It,"  ���������norted the newspnpir nmn.  "Yes. Mr." agreed Powell faintly.  "People haven't time {for poetry,"  commented Brnnd.  "That'a what I've been trying to tell  Powow," pot In Sylvester. "Ue wat  bom after hia time,"  "How would you like to bo n report'  etT asked the editor.  Powell's eyea gleamed wtth a itckly  color that showed that he waa -am*  tbnaetl.  "A rep*rter?   Oh. yes. sir'" be said,  Brand took down the plume.  "Hello: Give me iiitilu city editor.  ptmitw, Hello.' That you'/ I've got u  cub here named Powell Please give  hlin a week's trial. Ileport to city editor."  "Where Is he. Blr?" asked Powell,  bewildered.  "You're u reJMirter now    Kind out,"  "Yen, air," tie started toward the  ball door.  "Over here. Powow!" cried Sylvos.  ter, loading lilm in the op|Mis|te direction.  Joe Dillon now lidded to the managing cd I tor's trouble* by again coining Into the ollice  "Thank you. Mr Krund," he begun.  "Could ynu spare men little cur fare?"  Brand tossed hlm a (pinner "Never  mind now," he wild "Sny, Joe, go out  with that cub tonight.    It will give  -'������5iL  "time wimnl I/om d>x* lo tit n rejwu-terf''  fun Moinethint* to Hunk hImiui, nml ymi  ������������������nn Ntitiw mm ax  <-n in ii mgiit un  heil it'Hrn In it uiiMitii iiiiiiie. Mr I'll-  Ion, allow hi������* to in.**eui .vim*, io Mr  M)iv������>������tv* N������,ii������i, Sli inii'n i,t-,.k������* nii-  lino tlm imfine**,," ������tiiil thu editor to  Um- n.'Hipiii" i ��������� ���������\ttn-r-. -,,n  Hyixi-niei Orrw ������ |H,iM)i-riniii and nt  bbi* Irom In* piN'Kci jttmi offered th*-  l,������p one to tn** ������'i<i   ���������I"'* ii m������t ouiVr "  "toil v������iilil t"������ liiili.lie ������H* trielid P'l  Wi>* with tflnvc*. ,nl*.l������cd SytveHU'f.  **IJe**������ piM (oil ul n-n,j������*iunit nl "*  tlw i���������������i i,'���������*���������-. -I'll'1 iftin Oiiiit'OMorlf  retn-Hl the tn������<or*. *HMi Krong .Nolan  bt-ld mil l������ lino ntul pnnu.il mil ������������S lhe  Ottlt*  I |������p   *m������-l   ml,mm)   11    mill*   * title***   t"  tttv f>ri***vdinj{*.  i   "(Jo after nun!" commanded Brand.  |    "Thauk you. sir." aud Powell darted  j frlgbtenedly after Dillon.  J    "Who is thnt old Joker'/" asked Syi-  i vester ot the editor  ;    "He was the l>e>u reporter that the  j Advance ever had."  I   "What's the matter with him'/"  j    "Hooste."  ; "Too Iind*. Well, a fellow ought to  learn   to  control   himself,"   remarked  ��������� Sylvester pompously. "Now, Hrati^v,  old boy, I  want io ask  vou just one  ; more tavor tonight, in reference lo a  Utile actress friend ot tiiiue. Mtsa  Ulietieviere MoKeinoe."  "On���������come���������don't*'���������  j   "Hun   berrpicture   In   a   prominent  'place, won't you?"    Sylvester handed  ��������� Brand a photo. "Mii-s (Jiieneviere Mo-  ;J-ienzle. Don't ynu knew her? She's  ,ln the second row ut the Tyroll. and  (it's a darn shame. I've got a libretto  j for her later on. Can't yoti help her  jOiit and get ber u small part now?'  j "I'm afraid that la hardly iu my  j line."  i    '"You'd   be  doing   a   favor   to   tbe  I show, for she's good enough to be u  | prima donna.   She's been kept back by  i Jealousy.   Told tue so herself.    When  I will you have it in���������tomorrow?"  ;    "1   scarcely  think   we  can  do  that  sort  ot   thing   In   the  Advance.     We  don't   print   pictures  of  chorus   girls  unless (here's some good story about  them-iost jewels,  barred froni a Uo-  i tel on account of a dog. divorce or"���������  '   Sylvester  broke iu  relievedly.   "Oli,  she's been divorced!"  !    "Has she!   When?"  |    "Last year."  j "'t'hut's dead. Wait till her next  iShe doesn't go in "  1    "Why- why-won't you do It?" stammered the young man. who, deeply ap-  i predating   the  fact   thnt   be   was   hi.������  l father's son���������yes. indeed���������failed to com-  I prebend how any employee ou the Ad-  i vauce   could  ,retuse   dim   anything.  "She's the cutest little girl you ever  enw, you old gazoot.   Vou stick to me,  nnd   I'll  give you  an Interest In this  paper   some   day.  Why, she was  In"-  "That all may  be." responded  Brand, rising to  T-nd-t he^eonversa  tion; "but the Advance doesn't issue passes to tho  stage entrance."  Sylvester's   jaw  fc-II  in   Ills nston-  isnnii-nt    nt    tlii*  unexpected   blow,  and   after  a   moment,  after  vtiln-  iy endeavoring to  Be tnxerttnt the point find   appropriate  n* Uie lend pencil     words for a reply,  he went out of the room.  Brand-was impatient because of the  precious time that had been wasted.  lie bad work ,to do and little time in  whicii to do it. nnd it was the most  Important work be bad ever done in  hia life.  He nenf the office boy to bring tnu  two reporters. Howard and ,leti  Spenklug lu Mtsa stowe. the "central"  of tbe Adv/inoe's private teiepbouesystem, he-HJld; "Do not put anybody else  ou thlH wire until you hear from me,  uo mnticr how mug it hikes. Understand'/ Connect inm phone with editorial room 4 ii nu have it connected  until I tell you -��������� Now be mire about  this. Oiiderstiiiulv Again lie repented,  ns it concerned the success of bin entire scheme, "Don't break tbe eouuoc-  tion until I tell ynu niyHOlf."  The two reporters crime lu.  "NoWj, l/oj'H, understand whnt I wnnt  you to do You've got to take, word  for word, a conversation I'm going to  Imve here, lio in room 4, Von, Jeff,  take the receiver.".  "Yes, sir"  "And ymi. Howard, tnke tho extension. Thus you will each neur wlnit 1*  wild. Keep It glued to your best eur  und uike down .every word you hour  tonight between Judge Barlclitiy uud  nm. The Judge will sit III the chair lit  tin* right o| my desk, I will be in my  own rhiiir, The telephone will fIiiim be  mlt!wuy between us Whatever words  lie nnd I Kay will he suld ultuost direct*  ly over the mouthpiece of Ihe phono.  Now. you nee wlun | nm going to du"-  itrniiil took a lend pencil from bin  pocket ii nd licgiifi a proceeding wltleli  tlie two reporters, accustomed ns they  were in theli* inisiuess to int-onions  Ntriiti.gy. fulled at tlmi to iiiiileri������tiiiul  Then tlie si-fieine dawned on them  Hr������m| "look'Hit* telephone receiver from  tiie lions, and Hie metal arm Immi-dl  iiti'ly wnnppcil upward, OHinblimiinu the  cotlliei'tlon. flicit lie Inserted the point  ol Hie lend pencil m the small aperture  under the little uieiai miu oi hook und  deiibenilely lirolie It oil. lhe tiny  wedge ttiiis held up the tinok vltrimd  nmv nuiiu up ibe received, nnd the pen  ell point prevented tin* -Actum m un*  ri't.-i'tm (him if,;iin,n Un' n.mi; di.wu  ami iirciikiiig Hie connection The con  nection was inilile iiiiiIIUUiiiih without  the slightest tinlii'iitioti tlmt such was  the ense Kver> wont now spoketi  ii-ithiu ii rcrt������<niiiliic iInhiik'c ol the  lliolltll|ili"C.* t^ollld lie I'liiivi'jcil in tne  leiepnone ntul the enteiHIon teiephnne  In editorial room t, where Howard nnd  .leff  were t(������ IN' sllltlolied      lliey  tllll)  "teiingi'ii|iher������' pint* witli tbem. on  which t,liey were each to take down  the ciiiivrriiilliin hi Hiiorthtind  "'I tiii- (ihoin* win in- "i'.-i, .ni n���������. umi*  thin lliirielmv It here," hihioiiiiiimI  UiiiiiiI "Uo lo llii-n , 11'.'.;11e 1. nml -"i'i*  If you citn hear .lelT nml mc miking  Sit iwet here. lefT " ||e |i<,lnii'<| (it tin'  chair ill liW rlutii     llouiiiit w������ut out  "Now. ,|.*IT. liiKe down Mil- umt uiKc  down what f<**t ������ny io ," loiiiiinici)  the editor  Itriiml tnrtM*rt to Ml u������.l U*4u������ U.  tnlk In n imiurni imi,. of mice  "Jeff, foil nnow I Dunk Itie dog It,  ttim numn ������a������ peveii ilmcn t,rf������ *low hi  hm Jnurtie> tbr������iugh Uu puth-i of men,  having lost 6.74ft.73!>.274.4fi0 pounds li  his auto nortbward. Is that your  opinion?"  "No. not entirely. Hence and hereafter we complain of sucb a miraculous egotism of generality and solecism of peaceful garments and cold  thought."  Brand struck a blow on the desk,  "On the contrary, it was unquestionable and with nasty Justice, miscalled  SCENE OF CONFERENCE  PLACE WHERE ANGLICANS CELE-  BRATED  BI-CENTENARY.  BIRO SONG RECORDS.  English   Naturalist Secures   Nightingale's Melody for Gramaphone.  During the coming winter iSrte!  xrightingale's song will be heard on \  tha gramophone. After many at- ;  tempts, Mr. Oliver G, Pikts, F.Z.S., ���������  F.K.P.S.., oi England, has succeed**! !���������  in recording tho song which will ba |  heard  #in     various     lecture    hails!  THE WELSH EISTEDDFOD  THE ANNUAL FEAST OF SONG IS  A VERY  OLD  INSTITUTION.  District Around Halifax Is One of the  Most   Historic   In   the   Dominion  and   Is the Spot Where the  Most i throughout the country.  r Mr. Pike,  who lives I  Autocratic  of the  U.  E.  Loyalists  Settled When They Came to Canada  ���������Old Colonial Diocese,  near the fam- j  ous woods of Winchnioro Hill, which ,  ; rare birds frequent, is an enthusiastic !  j naturalist, the youngest lecturer in j  j the country on birds and bird life, !  The bi-eenlennry of the Church of '��������� and the author of eight books, all !  England iu Canada, and the opening ; illustrated by photographs taken by.  of All Saints' Cathedral and tlie Cnnn- ' himself in all parts of the British  dian   Church   Congress,   which    Iia-3 ,  Ish-'a. ���������*��������� <  been celebrated in "Halifax, .VS., dur- ��������� Quite recently he formed one of a|  ing the past month have brought into '���������' small party wliich journeyed to the 1  the light one of the most interesting |  lonely  island  of St.   Kilda to make  and historic parts of the Dominion  It was the refuge, of- the wealthiest o'  the British Empire Loyalists wno  came from Baltimore, Philadolplil-i  nnd   New   York   in   17111.  Colonial ar-hitecture prevails in the  iargeribuildings of the period, but ot  'One can neve* tie um careitit ahottt nun*  tern o' Oil* Kind.1'  namby-pamby���������got It?" cried the editor, bending over tbe mouthpiece.  ���������'Come iu. Howard:"  Howard hurried into rhe room.  "Compare your notes, boys," Instructed the mumming editor.  They held the records side by side  and quickly glanced over them  "They are almost exactly the same,"  they exclaimed in unison  _ A. snillg_ofj<atlafaetlon spread over  Brand's face: ��������� ���������������������������-���������____       .,  ,   "All right.   Now chase back to room  4, both of you!"  The office boy brought Brand a card.  He took it. and as he glanced at it his  eyes narrowed down into Utile sparks  of light  "lie's on time," he murmured. "Very  well, Durkin." he ordered, "show him  in, and. Durkin. remember, don't let  any one else iu under any circumstances."  A half o minute later Judge Ihirtelmy  stood In the doorway lie nodded  briefly to Brand, and his eyes swept  nround the entire room before he siep  ped In Slowly he proceeded In front  of Brand's desk  "Good evening. Judge," snid the editor.  (To ho continued.)  KING'S COMiEGE, WINDSOR, N. R.  all the handsome structures none i*  more beautiful than the old collece  building'in which tlie church confer  ence was hold.  Nova Scotia, although the oldest,  diocese in any British colony, \tn-  hitherto had only a wooden pro-Cathedral, now burnt down. The new  building will he an historic one, coin  memorating tlie first Anglican servio?  in Canada.  The cost will be $175,000, of which  $135,000 hns been raised chiefly in  Nova Scotia; this hus exhnusW the  giving power of the province, and th*  balance of $40,000 must be obtained  from generous friends outside.  Among the well-known speakers at,  observations on the habits of the see.  birds nesting in the island and on:  the adjacent rocks. i  "I have had soiri" amusing cxper?.- j  ences." said Mr. Pike, "owing to,.,my i  youthful appearance. At one,hail in!  Manchester, where f was to deliver a j  lecture, I gave my slides to thc lantern operator, who then asked mo if  Mr. Pike was coming along. I  "Quite recently 1 have succeeded in  devising means-, of taking bioscope  pictures of wild birds in the true  colors of i mt ore.  "Yes, 1 have had somo narrow escapes with my bioscope. Not Ion.'?  ago 1 wns photographing a group of  gannets near thc top of a large rock  600 feet high.  "I was just on the edge of a cliff,  about 500 feet up, had got my bioscope in position, and hud taken a  length of iilni, when I heard a shout  above me.  "Looking up I found that two  climbers about seventy foot above me  had accidentally dislodged a large  boulder, which seemed to be coming  straight for me down the slope to  the point where 1 stood with the  machine.  "I could neither move "myself nor  the machine. Although only u second  or two coming, it seemed an age to  me. To my groat relief it struck  another piece of rock just above, me.  and this turned its path a few inches j  from whore I stood, j  "In another case I was trying to  photograph a ravon's nest on a steep  Welsh inland  cliff,    Just  as   l    was  "(}(M������d evening. Mr, Brand,"  "Let me tnke ynui things, I'll linnn  them u|i," offered Brand. .Inst a������ Dupuy had been, Bai'teiiny was lu evening dress He took off his white kid  gloves and put them In his pocket und  then lin tided his hm and coiit tu the  editor. Brand opened the door of a  elwt hi the right Inind side of the  room nud hung the Judge's things  therein. He closed tlie door Bartelmy stepped to the closet, opened the  door nnd peered sharply lino Its four  corners, even rumbling behind his long  coal, to iiinke sure that no witness wiih  lurking there to spy on him.  "Oh, tlmf'H Hie way ,vnu feel!" pom  ineiili'd Hrund,  "I'll show you over the  plnco.   Hut you shouldn't worry."  Biirteltny coughed nervously,  "Out- run never he loo ciirel'nl nhout  mutters ot this kind, Iti-iind I Hhould  think Hint yon would hnve learned  that much hy thin tlmu."  "This' Is my llrm experience of thin  kind." siiiil.Bi'ii|i(l  "Of course ll ih," answered Bnrtel  my. with n iluiie nl siiiviihiii lit iiIh  volrfl. "ll imviiyN is 'the tlrnt time.  But yon nre assuredly very lucky in-  deed, llriiml, to do so mu well nt your  llrnt try nt-iu"-  "Cnino, moll ovei the pliire, inn) let's  get tlirouirli with It," iiiii in the editor.  Ilo croHHi'd mul locked the door  thrmiKti which the twin* hnd entered  Then Do Hi) IiIh visitor over to the  door on thc oppoHlie side of the room  opening Into a null way which extended tn various rooms, Hi' pointed In  tlio room directly across the hull. "It's  quite dnrk. you see." he snld. "This  Is where n couple of editorial writers  Hit. They go home nights, ntcuy dogn,  nnt btdtia rii'WHpii|H'r nn*n." Hsrtolroy  wiih ijuiok enough to uiiicti tho ironical  ��������� wi,,*,.' it "f th" '",uv "wtirt-flliiB editor  on the scholarly meu wno wroto Hie  opinions of thi- paper Hninu Uu'w  tlm Judge buck into iiih ollice uud locked rhe door behind him  "Now we are iiione. absolutely  tilnnu," eomnietilect itriind signlhciittt-  i.*,. l',f I .I m>i������ ������*.,, io iiis desk and  pointed out to the piiiue the chair at  the right hnnd side, ilrnud dropped  Into Iiih oxvn ch'iir "Have u sent,  Juduo," ni������ sn id  Judge Bitrteimy drew the ehnlr In-  dlentHl ������������veti closet lo Him iiiiiuilgliiu  editor's desk und -i-iihiI inui������eit in it  He leu mt I forward touiiru tumm unit  rcs'ed his eilsiu on tlie ifi*������k IH*  fine wax within n-n oi uv,-iu- mem-  ot the telephone  Italy's Ts������ on Salt.  Ffnly's fu* on wilt l������ a grievous burden ti|sm the |*ior. The pmtlt from  the salt mono|w>lv amm \��������� ,)���������> huge  expense of Hrtmuneiirs. The arra������-  mi'nts nre rwinlreil o������ ihe iri|ii������ mid-  anrm, Htld the triple nlllsn. e W requlmt  by the inihIHiiu of Italy u������ u hr������t n\nm  power.  the Bishop of London, the Bishop St*  j Montreal, the Bishop of Niagara, f'H  ! Rev. Arthur French, of St. John the  j Evangelist Church, Montreal; the Rev  1 Herbert Syinonds, D.D., and the Rev.  Paterson Sniythe.  London's  Royal  Box.  Every London theatre has a roval  box with a private entrance, and .is  soon as n now theatre was built in  recent years King Edward's coiit'hni.ii'  would visit it to ascertain the bo-'  way of approaching the ,royal entrance. Mr. George Ashton, who is i  called the K.O.K.O., or "King's Ow*i  Entertainnicnt Oiiiccr," arranges far  the King's visits to the theatre, mul  for all entertainments of like character for the royal family. Mr. Ashton  is nt hand to see that all tirnmi'o-  rnents nre completed tor tho King's  visit, and the manager of the .theatre  also meets loyalty at the private entrance, Kvory roynl box hns nu anteroom furni������liod as a draw-hip-room  where the royal purty lounge and have  refreshments during the ititui-VMln.  When King Kdwnrd visited Druiy  Lnne Theatre to see "Ben Hur"n spe  clnl hox wns built for him in tho cun-  tro of the mnin Hoor between the  stalls ntul the pit so ns to afford hitn  a jiorfect view of the ehnriot rnce.  Whon*the London Coliseum was bui!*  nu ingenious littlo railway with on*  ornate enr xvna constructed from the  roynl ontriinco to the royal hox. Wh*ii  King Kdwnrd visited tho Coliseum foi  the Hrid lime ho looked nt tho Utile  rnilwriy with nn amused smile, but lo.  clinod to journey on it. Tho mils worn  promptly removed after the roynl visit.-  the congress were the Rev. and Hon               _ _  ^tytte!ton,-theJi^a^!Mte^tJ^>^^ position "it  ...   -r, .      -_.���������..     ...        ���������     became~~chslodgodi   "itn(l"~~l'~���������sax\'^���������itr-  bounding down the cIi*S������,side. It'fell  about fiftv feet and thendisa-oo-ooarfid  over the lodge. Descending, I looked  over, and there to my delight I. saw-  it caught in a hush, and subsequently found.it so little damaged that I  whs,able to uso it Inter.  "I was once* attacked by* tramps  while on n,lonely road. One threw a  stone at the camera, but hit uie on  the head instond, knocking tne.sense-  less. I found afterwards that he was  making off with the camera when it  man camo up and seized hitn.  "Sonr.'tiinos on those explorations  I get jumio rather late. Two years  ago I was arrested iiy a detective  ns a fbwl thief. This was n huge  joke, because by showing thorn somo.  of my pictures I was able lo prove  thut I 'took' birds, but only with the  camera."'  Mr. Pike's interest in birds began  when ho' wns a littlo boy, who stnrt-  nd taking photographs of them instead of taking their nests. Since  then he. has photographed hundreds  of rare hirds, including the bu7.y.nrd,  in thoir native wilds, away from  thoir nests, and has also invented n  special camera now in use among  naturalists not only in this country,  but nil ovor the world,  Largely, if not chiefly, through his  efforts, some of the rarest breeding  hirds in those islands have been protected,  Author Dizzy's "Life."  A notable event of the autumn pub  lishing senson will bo tho upp'-nrnii'i!  of the long-expected "Lliu of Beacone  Hold," which wan to hnve been edited  by 1/ord Rosebery, by Mr. Georgn  Wytidhiiin, hy Mr. T.ucton Wolf, umi  iiy tho Into Lord Rowton. The nctunl  editor is Mr, William Flnvello Mony  penny, n distinguished Jottrnnlist, who  hns hnd to wudu through no fowor  thnn   forty-throe   pncking-cusos   con-  Rlchost British Women.  Inheriting from Imr father, Sir John  Bluiidell Mnjdo, n tort una of ovor %h ���������  000,000, ino HiiroiiOHd von Kckhiinl-  Klein, who recently itmrried Cuptnu:  Wcigiill., onn oliiiin thu distinction of  boing  ono of the richest  wonion  in  Croat Britain.   Thu wealthiest in lie? .,     , ��������� . .    ,  Mnrohlonoss o| Urnlmiii. On tlw tinning "lliw.y s oorrospondoneo nnd  dentil of hor father, tho twelfth Duli.t I l'H|ws, ind even now, nfter ninny  of llaniiltoii. she eiimn into n fortune i y^rs, only tlio first volume of the  union*!)' i-stiimitt-il nt irom $I6.U*U,. , uook is in the press.  000 to $i!,"),()(l(),(i00, nnd certainly into I Mr. Monyjioiuiy has done resimtis.  un Income of $670,000 n your. Mn, i iblfi editorial work for The SiKictator,  Ashor, the dnughtcr of Mr, Hnrry llnr- ' Tho .lohniinoshurg Star nnd The Lon-  unto, is tlm possessor ot $10,000,000, don Times. While editing Tlio Star.  Sho received- lhe (Irst million ut tlu ; his criticisms of Hoot niotlio'lH before  timo ol her innrrincn to Mr, Ashe, I tho wnr cuusod such linger in olllcinl  nnd tlio second by hor Iiithor's will, | oitclos thnt one dny uu imto Hutch.  Hor fnriuii" U ei|uiill<>d  hy Hint of ' ttirin hurst into hiti winetmn and V  Mis** Morrison, who wns recently loft  $10,000,001! by hor brother.  gnu to whiick hint, Mr. Monv]MMtnv  Imd his spectacles broken b'-foro ho  knew whit I wiih hsp|xiiilng, hut, re-  covrring from his surprise, he began  Thay Took No Chances. . , ...  Whon Khodivo Ismail established n I to R*vo Ins visitor ns ������otxl us he guv*j,;,  Piirlimi.otit, so that Kgypt mipht ho , ntul wiiiiwtlmiir ovor. The nffnir on |.  in thn wostor'n (ichion. he oxplnln-M' ������"��������� to Mr. Monypnnny ki������kiiig nii |  hidorohiiiid to Hm inomhers how In I nwn lw>t downstnim and out, into the .  Knglnnd uud in Knuu-u thoso in lov.ir i ������������'*������������ ������' President street, Ditzyt \  id tlm "gcticrii! policy of tlio (loveru. | hj'f rnpher niwrwards norvcd with  nionf' sat on one side oi- the Hous,, ., distinct Ion* In tlw linpnriiil Utthl \  ���������aA ib,,.-* hi nmiositlnn to It on lliu I lli)tm throngli tho ttiogo of Ladysmith. ,  othor.   When ho nrrived to open n������������ , ~ *  prot-oti.Jii,���������> i,. J..w,.l ;i!l the un-mhoM ' "Oomln' Thro' ths Ry������," |  Mttlng on the (hivenunont side.   Thn I    An  nutohingrnphy  which  is lioimj i  opposite lioiiclies woro onipl.v.  niero \ ]ookml lorwnnl Ut with much, interest,  was   no   opiHioitiou,   To  oppose   \\,n   y thnt ol Miss Helen Mothers (Mr.. I  Uovernineiil. whioh win really Isinn I,   nenrj, Hee'ves), which Is announced ',  wi.iild. in .the iiiIikW of tlmso shoik<; (<ir the nuturtm.   It will ho published  ���������>���������; A-...... x.  '"  ' ' "e ������ot of mud.   ���������n,lor the curious title of "Phil and I"  ticss, likely  to ti-ult in their Unum : ���������I"l������il U'ltig Mirr, Winner ������ mih, nm,,  thoir liberty, if not thoir llvei. , died last ymir.  The famous author*-* ,  ..^������������������������ _������. | wnM sri)nt|y HttAchoil to h������r sott, who ;  "Skin ths Goat" Dttd. * wns wont to assist his mother with !  "Skin,the tfont, otherwise KltuharrK  her Issiks, nnd nfter his death sho i  n prominent twurt* in one of tho most  decided  not to  write ntiothor novel. I  stnrtling politic-it crimes on  record.! "Comitt' Thro' the Hyo"-U ������������norplly \  died the otii.-r d,r, in a Ihihlin work-   reirnrded ns her best story, concern-  hciise ho������pit������l.   This individual w-t*  h>������ the jsipuhtnty ol which *ho onn- ,  the   IriMT of min of the rntu conlnin-   received    n    strikitiR    trihiite    from ���������  ing the  ns-n-rtn* ol  l/irt  Frederick   Tlioiiiiu Ilurdy.      Th" 'frit  Wei������mr  Cnveiidish and Mr, Hurke, nud lor hu  novelist u������ce Wild lur tlmt when������������er '  psrtioipntion  tn  the   ntrooious  deet   he went he wns nlwnyn sure o( flndlni !  10,'vei! twenty vinrs o| a lite ������uiiten;������.   two  lxs������k������ - the  Hible  arid  "Cumin1  ���������_��������� .... Thro'the Rye."     . ,  Merchant Navy's Toll,  During lu������t yenr 017 senmett emplof.  ed   in  the  mert'tiHin ������������-ivivm ol  ilia Tn  th  Utiiteil KiDgloiii lost ihcir live* at ten world tjo jmt cent, (if persons over  nnd in  *ivli������ nnl htjrlifjri, out o! ������ ten years of nco have to wor't tor ���������  total number u\ iJ4l,*'JJcuipIoy(.J. Uviutf.  Ths Worksn.  eivilir.i'fl   cniwtrle*  nt   thn  ft's History Goes Back'to "517 A.D.,  When the Bard Taliesin Presided  Over the National Musical Gathering ��������� Reason That More Widsly  Known Music Is Not Produced Is  Found  I n  Piety of the Welsh.  The National Eisteddfod, which is-  held annually in North or Soutli  Wales.was held recently at Colyn Bay.  Formerly the Eisteddfod was criticized.  by the iinglish press rather severely  but as its quaint ceremonies have,  come to be better understood, more  sympathy is shown towards the venerable institution. There are, of course,  many who continue to adversely criticize the "Gorsedd," or Supreme Court  of authority; but it is feared that,"  these and others of similar opinions  overlook the fact that the Eisteddfod  (of wliich the Gorsedd is an adjunct)  has, whatever its defects, helped to-  make the Welsh a music-loving moruL  people. It is a proud thing to be able  to say that a nation's chief hobby i*-  music and poetry.  It is impossible to. say when music  entered into the ceremonies of tha  Druids, the founders of the Gorsedd  and of the Eisteddfod, or "Chair" as  it was formerly designated. There ii-  a record of an Eisteddfod held iu  South Wales in the year 517 A.D., an-1  it was presided over by the bard Tali������-  sin. Another was held in the year  540, at Deganwy, or Couway, and its*  president was Maelgwn Gwynedd. This  person offered a reward to such of tiie-  bards and minstrels as should swim  over the River Conway. The poor  harpists who swam had their harps  damaged iu the water, whilst tlie  throats of tlie bards or singers were  not affected, and, of course, they carried off the prize or orizes. The records of early EistedOTods are rar^,  but I will name three ,the first being  that held iu Cardigan Castle in HOi,  when Cadwgan ap Bleddyn, Prince ot  Soutn Wales, invited the princes and  chieftains of all parts of. Wales'; including the chief bards, singers, a.id  musicians, "and set chairs tor tiiein.  inxa^mtntuted-contest-s-batweim.tluujLM^!  as was the practice at. the feasts of  King Arthur." lh 1135, at that held. '  in >:strad 'lywi, &c., was kept up foi  forty days, "when all were allowed to-  depart, and the bards, musicians, anu  learned men, and performers of evo'-y  Sort, were honoraoly rewarded." In ���������  tlie same century Prince (jruffydd np-  Cynnn held an Eisteddfod at Caerwy-:,  North Wales, for the. purpose of regu  luting minstrelsy. Here laws were established ior tlie better regulation ot  music and poetry.  As music isiiowthe principal nt-  traction of tho Eisteddfod, it is natural  to ask wnouivr it is, being ueveioped  thereat ou the right lines. Judgjiur  by results���������the best possible method--  tne answer is "No," Neither have tiie-  Eistcddfodic competitions in many  eases stimulated tne poets to proauco-  thoir best work; and it may be added ,  thnt no poem or ode successful at- thn'  Eisieddfod has guined world-wide  lame. Of course, tne Welsh language,-  in whicn the successful poets have  sung, bus handicapped them, though,  it is a splendid medium for the expression of tlie poet's varied thoughts nv.ix  emotions. Music has not been hand!-  cupped in the Eisteddfod becnuse of  language; and ul though Miicutituy may  be ngnl in suiting thut poetry will be*  of lots use ns the light of knowledge  increases, it is patent to all that music-  is over navuiiciiig.. lt is nu nrt Ui>*-  possib.lilies ol which seem inexnuust-  iblo., Tho music of Wugner, bo sturtl-  in_, so uisukIu by many tony year-?*  iifeo, is fusliionublo to-day���������or, it may  jiernups bo uafr-to say, wns fashion-  uble ytsterdny, 'iho art is boing developed so fust that Richard Btriuiss'*  myslcrious ehects outclass iiiimy ot.  Wagner's I  'iiiKe us a starting-point tho riitho.-  Into puricti of Eibteddfodic oxistonc.  ���������tho thiiteojitli or iourteenth century.  An Engtisitinnu then produced a piece-  called "t'Uiiuner is u-wniing in," and  Kngli.sli musical production has culminated, m thu twentioth century, iit  tno nionumoulul works of Klgar, On.  tho oilier mind, there is no oxiunphv  exUiitol \>olsii music which oun be-  proved to huve boon composed in t'������*  thirteeiitli or fourtt-outh cuntury.  Koino sny the key to n kind,o[ notation in runic enurneters is lost, nnd  thut with it thu music of the Druids i������*  gune lor ever.- Lot ui hope it is owiiui  lo noiuo sno(\,mis(ortuue our stock of  really, unciojit music is uutmcciiblo;.  but the" snd tui't remuins, we .hjivli  nothing brilliant to sho a-tho world la  mumo. '  The Kisteddfoil hns produced notli-  iim of gii-ut Unportaiice. All along it  hus' b'eit Mitistied with the uwiirdnn*  ot. priruni ,{or solos, iiiithoms, und i  low ouiitutns. Why? Po*������sih|y one ro.t-  ion is hocuuso our Qorsedd leadora or  EiotettdtoU couiitMiUH'M nave judged the  use ot music too much from tnu roll-  kUm������ standpoint. Until recently many  of our good lenders believed Unit  musical insirujiivuu, nn-,,���������t.*, .....'.  mmm.-, mn* the thlrtes <,i Sntnn.  Bome ot tliwo thinus huvo their right  place in tho education and nrt-lifo of  the is-ople. There is evet Wore u*  the Jour of becoming too world tn hi I-  cd, nnd so Art sufforo; dovolopment  :., ii.-.-*- f'"i  Tho Cisteddfod is the mi.nitiug-������i'ni*ff  of the Welsh ������s a people, anil it must  tint bo (oruotton that tho ..world  measure* the standard of tlm music-  by what is heard thereat, Tho stund-  ard vurios but littlo frntn year to your.  Knowledge, however, i������ spreading and  the W'cIbIi pi'oplo ure taking a wider  outlook u.sitt ,������rt, and wv uim hopolul  it will oru lonqr hnva its lighlful place  In tho miu.mul lile, U IiuIimovc*  our Histeddtod ieudisrs so to direct the  working of tlm venerable Institute  that it may always encotirawi and w-t  It* ������������al U|Minall efforts .which have tor  their object tho plnrinf ot W������lei tipoji  a high imdestal in i,he world of Art.  .Thon, Indeed, tf will de-aerme the title  by which mn *o delight In calling it,  "tlio Land o( Song l���������Pcdr Ai������w. V  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  iK  MADE:  IN CANADA -  Royal  YEAST  CAKES  MOST PERFECT MADE  Has been Canada's favorite  Yeaat over a quarter of a  century. Enough for 5 cts  to produce SO large loaves  of fine, wholesome, nourishing, home-made bread.  Do not experiment���������there  is nothing "just as good."  e. w. ctLLrrr co. ltd.  ���������,,    ,        TORONTO, OUT.  wlnnlpec  Aw-udcd!  mill  )W  I^SSaM  Resurrection  President Johnson of the American  league was pointing out to a sporting  od.tor the wonderful money-making  possibilities of the baseball business.  "Baseball is ingrained in our people," he said. "They'll give their  lime and money to baseball though  tne heavens full."  "There's, a spice of truth in the  story of tlie boss who said to his office  boy-.  " 'Well, Henry, I don't seo how you  will get to any of the games this season, us your grandmother died twice  while football was on.'  RELIC OF ARMADA.  a*, at  4  |    " 'But, sir,' snid  the "hoy,  'gran*.  I father has married again much against  | the wi-hes of tlm family."  I Society Woman���������"I see by today's  paper I am referred to as one of fashion's butterflies."  Hor   Husband ��������� "Considering   the  way you go through clothes I should  think 'moth' would apply better."  Library.  Write for  Catalogue G  OUR new catalogue will be  forwarded upon request.  It contains 132 pages of illustrations of  Jewelry, Silverware,  China, Glass, Leather  Goods and Novelties.  C In purchasing from us you  run no risk whatever. C, We  guarantee safe delivery���������pay all  transportation charges���������and  cheerfully refund your money if  goods are not satisfactory.  RYRIE BROS. LIMITED  Diamond Merchant!. Jewelero  and Silversmith!  -i34-l3W38~YOKGE-STREET-  TORONTO  JAS. RYRIB.      HARRY RYRIE.  Pruideot. Scc.-Treai.  Hem*  DYEINQ  t* Ik. w������, l������  Save Money  Press Well  tty Itl  tmtmala ������������������ Waehlna  DYOLA  [0NE������"������AILKINDS������������-H  JUST THINK Or IT I  *JS*Zr*A\SL*!**- ���������l\k 1 Mm4 P"** r*ii*w>r  wl������ lh! lAtft Ol*..Nm ������Imm! tt nluik.i.   FmI  mi* BmuUM Calen II nnji, tram row DrufilM *t  D..I.;. Uni t*t Col ae Cut ������<l (TDK Y Boolltt. H  Tli! Jolm������o������.������l������bir<K>������ Cm,, Urnill**, Manlml,  London's Novelist.  Mr. Pett Eidge .dedicates, his new  book, "To My Wife." It will be remembered that about a year ago the  novelist married Miss Olga Hentschel, sister, of Mr. Carl Hentschel,  the redoubtable champion of the  rights of playgoers, and the (in his  spare moments) well-known maker of  process blocks. ^lt is. interesting, by  the way, that a firm of process engraver.- plays a large part in the new  Pett Ridge novel.  The Hentschels are a very remarkable family. Carl Hentschel began  business life as quite a small boy with  his father in Holywell street, working  hard and living hard. Afterwards he  was one of the heroes of Jerome K.  Jerome's "Three Men in a Boat,"  and the virtual founder of the Playgoers' Club. He has probably been  to more theatrical "first nights" than  any other living man. He is*a little,  jumpy man, never still for a moment,  nnd plays nn excellent game of golf  Mrs. Carl" Hentschel, is an ardent suffragist.  Pett' Ridge, besides heiiyi the most  distinguished transcriber, of the life  and humor of* London,'^since Charles  Dickens, ia a quiet.'_; and practical  philanthropist, keenly interested in  the happiness of the children who live  in mean streets. He is a clean-shaven,  middle-sized man, with straight hair  and (like most humorists) a solemn  manner. He speaks nearly as well as  he writes, and is a devotee of the  pipe.  Just Like an Actor.  Towne���������Gee  whiz!  where  did  you  get this cigar?  Browne���������Oh, that was the only kind j  I could get. It's a cheap thing, named |  aiter some bum actor  1  Towne���������Huh, that explains why it|  doesn't draw.���������Philadelphia Press.       i  PLANK FELL ON HIM.  Do not let a cold settle on your  j lungs. Resort to Bickle's Anti-Con-  [sumptive Syrup at the first intimation of irritation in the throat, and  prevent disease from lodging in the  pulmonary organs. Neglected colds  are the cause of untold suffering  throughout the. country, all of which  could have.' been prevented by the  application of this simple but powerful medicine. ,The price, 25 cents,  brings it within the reach of all.  Feathcrstbne���������"That Miss Twilling  you introduced me to is a very polite  girl. I called on her last night and  asked her if she wouldn't sit down,  and what do you suppose she said?"  "I can't imagine.'' Featherstone  ���������"She said, 'After you.! ",.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget   in  Cows,  Duralumin  New Substitute for Steel.  With practically an unlimited field  in which to use it, an English firm  has begun the manufacture of duralumin, a new alloy of aluminium,  which may in time became a substitute for steel in work where lightness, strength, and flexibility is required. H. B. Weeks, head chemist  at Vickers' Sons & Maxim's works at  Barrow, England, is the discoverer of  duralumin. It is n littlo heavier than  pure aluminium, but is as strong as  steel and about one-third the wu'ght  of brass. It can bo rolled, drawn,  stamped, extended, or forged. It does  not corrode as easily as' other aluminium alloys.  Tho one big drawback to the extensive use ot aluminium, aside from its  expensiveness, is the fact that while  its tensile strength equals that of  steel, it is fnr less flexible.  FREE TO YOU  Mo-mo Pic-  ii'Rj   Ma-  On 1MB   AND  Mao to Lantern combined  Jf you wlsli to  uiv* your  friend! an en-  tertalnment  that will make  them epllt tliutr  nidus laugliiiig  nt tbe oomle  picture*, gut  one ol tUeno  rnaciilijos. .  Tliey are the  limit. No more  ���������^������������������MmmMwiiluil bourn,  Wiui eaou umelune we give free Alms and  lantern Hides with full direction* io that  anyone oan run It, Wo give it KHKB  for iQl int only UM worth o( our GOLD  EMBUBHBD, P08T OAKIW, Jhe very  Utcst   design*. In  V:  latest designs In vtitwi. holiday,  Comics. *c���������at6fnr IDo, Bend your name  and ad'ran plainly written anil we will for-  pre*  ���������US  Mr, Upnonio--"You Imd n good time  Booing tho ltiv!<-rn while you wero  ��������� wbroiii), 1 pm-mmo?"  Mr, Rtruokllt-Hltnlt���������"Mr-yon, 1ml  one perfoi'iimuou wiih oiiihikIi [or nm.  I've Ki-i'ti it pluyod lot* lit'Hoi- here in  London,"  All My Pimples Gone  Girl Tell������ How a Blotchy Skin Was  Cleansed by a Simple Wash  "I wns ashamed oi my face," writes  Miss Minnie Pickiud, ol Altamiihuw,  "It was nil full of pimp.os and scars,  but after using D. ii. D. Pi'UBorjpiioii  I can say Hint now thoro is no sign of  that ocxemu, and Mutt wns throe yours  ngo,"  1), 1). 1). hns become so (unions ns n  euro and instant roli *f in eczema and  nil other surinus skin dinoiuos, thnt  Its value is soiiiotiiuos overlooked in  clearing up rush, pimples, black-  heads, nnd nil other minor forms of  skin impurities,  The fact in, Unit while D, I). P. is  so piMii'tnititig tlmt it strikes to tho  vory rout of ec&oniu or any other serious trouble, tlio soothing Oil of Win-  tergn en, Tliym il mil oilier ingredients nro ho carefully compounded  Ihore \* no wash for the skin uuule  that ciin compare with thi- grout  household remedy for every kind of  ,kin trouble.  I), I), 0. Is plonmiin to u*o, perfectly  harmless to tho most del'ento skin,  mid iihsoliih'ly reliable, Write tho  I), I), 1), I,nUnit >rleH, Dotit, T, F���������  ���������10 Onlhnrno St,, Toronto, for a free  trial bottle, mul prove its wonderful  I'l'foOtivi'lloHH,  Kor Hide by nil druggi-ds,  Altlimitfli il we'iili* only lui'f n  I'oniid, n lonnilo herring will lay  ib 000 oggH nt ft Utile,  Take  No Chances ,-  Mrs. Potiphar���������What would you do  if your husband came home at 3 in the  morning?  Mrs. Josephus���������Make him tell his  name before I let him in.  IMPOVERISHED BLOOD  A Common and a Dangerous Trouble-You Must  Enrich the Blood to  Escape Danger.  Anaemia is simply a hick of blood.  It is one of the most common and ut  the same time most dangerous diseases with wliich growing girls suffer.  It i.s common beeu use the blood so  often becomes impoveiished during  development, when girls are too frequently allowed to over-study, overwork and suffer fiom a lack of exercise, It is dangerous because of the  steulthiness of its approach, often  being well developed beipre its presence is recognized, and because of its  tendency to grow so steadily worse,  if not promptly checked, that, it mny  run into consumption.  The value of  the  tonic treatment  with Dr, Williams' Pink Pills should  be known to   ovory mother   in   the'  land,    Those  Pills  mnko 'now,    rich'  blood,  tono  tho orguns and  nerves, i  bring u glow of health to pule, sallow cheeks, and diive nwny Hie weak* I  noss, homlnclies, fnintnoss, heart, pal- j  pitntion und loss of energy so notice-;  able in young girls who nro suffering!  from iinujiniii.   To nil such Dr. Wil- ���������  liuiiis' Pink  Pills aro un actual life I  savor.   Miss Mnlml McTuv'sh, Prince  Albert,  Busk,,  snys:  "In  my wise J  win only my thnt life had lost its!  magic; nil work was n trial, nnd event  pleasure only n tusk,    When I  wont)  up a flight'of stairs T was ready to  drop from sheer weiikiKus, nnd I Iml;  begun tu think life would he ii eon-!  tinned biirlo*!.    But* nil this is now!  chinned, thai ks to Dr. Will ninn' Pink i  Pills,    Thee   were   recommended   to  me, and nfter t'iking them for nhout a'  month   I  loiind  my  lu.uillh  renewed, i  1 could sloop hotter, my nppetifie ro-'  turned, and 1 wns ho Strang nnd well  thnt hoiuewoik xv ii-* no longer u burden to* me.    My sister seemed    to be'  going the same wny lust slimmer und  j Dr, Williams' Pink Pills were nt once  ! sent for nnd two boxes niiido hor us I  well us over.   Dr. Wllli'imV Pink Pills1  ure now tho prized medicine in our,  home, nnd doctor   bil'fc   have   boon I  fewer since wo discovered the virtues  | ef this grout medicine."  j    -Sold by n 'I ui< did ne dealers or so iff*  j by mull ut nil o"ii|s it ho** or nix boxes*  I for $2 50 from Th- Dr. Williams' Modi.1  loini? Oe.,, Hmokville, Out.  Hamilton Man Badly Injured.  Reuben Atherton, of 367 Ferguson  Ave., Hamilton, an employee of the  Otis Elevator Co., sustained serious  injury while at work. A plank fell  from a height on to his right foot,  crushing it badly. He was taken  home, where Zam-Buk was applied  with good results.  Telling his experience of the balm,  he said: "After the doctor had dressed the damaged foot with some preparation of his own I was in great  pain, and as day after.day I.seemed  to get no relief I left off medical  treatment and tfied Zam-Buk.' From  the very first application I traced an  improvement. Zam-Buk really seemed  to act like magic, cleaning all the  unhealthy matter from the wounds,  drawing out all discoloration, inflammation and soreness; and started  healing in quick time. In two weeks  the toe and foot were well, again.  Zam-Buk balm is certainly a wonderful healer, and I would not care to  be without a box ih the house. You  cun use the above statement in any  paper, books or publications, as it  may lend some other sufferer to use  Zam-Buk and get relief as* I did."  All workers should keep Zam-Buk  handy. Applied to a cut or wound, it  stops the pain, commences healing,  and���������whnt is equally fine���������it prevents  all possibility of - blood-poisoning.  Znm-Buk is equally good for skin  diseases, and cures eczema, itch, ul-  MT!.,,J]Jtoffi������<aiJILQC^^  sores, blood-poisoning, etc., it lieals  cold cracks, chapped hands, frost  bite,; cures piles and all inflamed conditions of the skin and tissue. Fifty  cents a box from all druegists and  stores, but avoid imitations and substitutes, some of which are highly  dangerous and none are beneficial.  Important    Discoveries   Have    Been  Made In Tobermory Bay.  Salvage operations at the soot  where the Tuscany galleon Florencia  is supposed to have been lost, in  Tobermory Bay, Scotland, have led  to such important finds during tho  past fortnight that those in charge  of, thc operations have decided to  charter a powerful suction dredger.  [ capable of clearing the area whfrc the  majority of the undoubted relics of  the Florencia have bean found.  Two days before diving censed  there was recovered ti fine silvor  lamp, of Italian pattern, quite vcloso  to whore a silver candlestick was recovered previously,; and whore two  stone cannon balls were found a few  days ago. The recovery of such articles as silver lamps, silver plates  and silver candlesticks bears out thc  story in the Spanish records, that  there was on board quite a fortune  in the wny of sacred vessels, silvor  crucifixes, lamps, and candelabra  belonging to the seven priests who  sailed in the vessel.  In the list of the treasures carried  on the Florencia were included a  crown of gold, with many jewels, and  the admiral's sword. The diver one  day came upon the richly adorned  basket-hilt of a sixteenth-century  rapier. The quillons of the hilt displayed beautiful filigree work, 3nd on  ttie guard was a Maltese cross, with  ball and crown, under which was a  monogram "G.R." The guard was  still further ornamented with fine  imitations of flowers and other fancy  work.  An authority on antiquities, at  present on holiday at Tobermory,  considers that the decorations of the  hiit are of gold, and this opinion is  strengthened by the fact that the hilt  was entirely free from lime incrustations. In the records of the Clan  MacLean district mention is made of  the admiral's sword being on board  the Florencia. The hilt found may  or may not be that of the admiral's  sword, but it certainly is that of  some grandee, and on.the Florencia  there were at least two such grandees  ���������Don Garcia Chanez and Don Fernando Bernadino.  IN PAIN FOR YEARS  "FRUIT-A-TIVES" BRIN6S RELIEF*  "He'll  never  get  over  my  jilting  him."  "Why, was-he., so in love with you?"  "Oh. no.   He was so in love with  himself."  ShJ/ohbCune  autokly stops tioacbs, cures colds, beats  we throat and lungs. .   .   .  *iS cent*.  Mrs, Newrich���������"Oh, dear no. My  husband don't have to he in business  no more,   He's n gentleman now."  Mrs. Bluffor-'*Thut must bo n  pleasant change for him."  A Purely Vegetable Pill.���������Tho chief  ingredients of Pnrnmloo's Vegetable  Pills are mnndrako and dandelion,  sedative and purgative, hut perfectly  harmless in thoir action, Thev cleanse  and purify nnd hnvo a healthful effect upon the secretions of the digestive organs. Tho dyspeptic nnd nil  who suffer from liver and kidney nil-  monts will find in thoso. pills the most  effective medicine in concentrated  form thut has yet been offered to the  suffering,  Danger from Overcrowding  "Somebody proposes a home in Call.  foruiii for literary geniuses,"  "There's n chance for.the talent Unit  wont wrung on the Rent) ll������ht,"  ^giy^^  ^������  fell  *SM*S-   'A  ������W-V\  v   i^^H  ________W. *- $''<?^*^^Btmaem  ^^m   t** .      i-^^^^H  kS**^  fgf,            ������..   'mm^m  iii^S  Pa^Kvl?  HM  $rw?*'>'$s>f j  mLi.-mf.t- ^.i\*r  mmWMM  UmW\A.Ultt<A  mSmWAAm  Wmm&^^m  WmmW'^M  ^Hp*%^H$|  W__s_W9Smm  j MRS. FRANK BATON  j Franlcville, Ont., Sept. 27,1009.  I "I suffered for years from headache*  j and pain in the back, and I consulted  doctors and took every remedy obtainable without any relief. Then I began  taking "Pruit-a-tives", the famous fruit  juice tablets, and this was the only  medicine that ever did me nny real good.  I took several boxes altogether, and  now I am entirely -well of all my dreadful headaches aiul'backaches".  (Signed) MRS. FRANK EATON.  5oca box, 6 for $2.50 or trial box, 25c  At dealers or from Fruit-a-tivca Limited,  OtUwa.  Disappointed Brides. V  "Everybody knows the story told  by Charles Dickens of the lady who  kept to her room and would not suffer  the wedding feast to be removed from  the table after the wedding was inter-  ^uptedr~ThereTrre���������thTee"or"four'other--~  in which a lifelong seclusion followed  a love disappointment. Two.oi these  ladies died in the year 1778. One of  them, Mary Lydia Lucrine, a maiden  lady of what was then called a "genteel" fortune���������! have reason to believe  that the adjective meant something  not exceeding $1,500 a year���������lived lor  many years in lier lodgings in Oxford  street, never going outside the rooms,  and never admitting the light of the  sun. The other, whose name is not  given in my authority, lived in  Charles street, also wholly in her owu  rooms, and always by the light of a  lump or candle. Ton yenrs before th'.i  in the year 1768, one Esther Clnridge  died in her lodgings on Tower Hi!'.,  where she hnd lived for thirty-fiv)  years, never onco going outside her  rooms. It, would appear as if, in matter of love, it was thought respectable  und the right thing to do, if these  matters went wrong, to rnuko retreat  from tho world. The mediaeval \w5-  man went into a nunnery, and thoro  nursed a broken honrt; in the last century sho went upstairs, pulled down  the blinds, closed tho shutters ami  the curtains, lit a candle, and sat  down in dignity to weep, Hor friends  came to visit her; if she was possessed of a "genteel" fortune, like Mary  Lydia Lucrine, sho providod ton nne  cuko or something hot, with n glas,  of cordial, If, however, sho Imd 110  money, sho hud to stay at homo nn.l  to go on with tho old domestic du  ties, In that case she speedily pieced  together the frugmtints of the broken  honrt and give it perhaps none tho  worso for the frncturo and the recovery, to another man.  Gentle  Hint  "Are you 'Boots':*1" blustered the big  Londoner in the American hotel.  "Nope," replied the .bellhop. "They  call me 'scales.' "  -  The Londoner seemed mystified.  "Scales, eh? That's a blooming  queer" namo. What do they call vou  'Scales' for?"  "Because I get tipped so often.  That's the reason, boss."  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  A fool man.appreciates-the-nonsense  of a** pretty .woman more than he does  tlie sense of a homely one.  SICK HEADACHES  are not caused by anything wrong  ih the head, but by constipation,  biliousness and indigestion. Headache powders or tablets may dead- ���������  en, but cannot cure them. Dr.  Morse's Indian Boot Pills do cure  sick headache in the sen-dble wav  _J>y removing the., constipation or  Turk stomach which causes therh.  Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are  purely vegetable, free from anv  harmful drug, safe and sure.  When you feel the headache coming tako  DR. MORSE'S  INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  WANTED.  ACTIVE SALESMEN or WOMEN for  HOLIDAY, BOOKS that soil nt  sight. Salary $2 por dny, guaranteed,  nnd commission. Outfit FREE. Write  immediately.  J. L. Nichols Co., Ltd., Toronto.  DR. WINTERS  Cures Men nnd Women. Write  him. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing.  BOX 216.      NEW YORK CITY.  AEST ANO HEALTH TO MOTHER ANO CHILD.  Mm. Wihilow'i Boom 1 i������o avitir his been  Hied tor ovir SIXTY YEARS by MIU.10NB ol  WOTHBKH tor their CKILDRKN WIIILS  rXKTHtNO, wtth PHRFKCT SUCCUS-a. It  BOOTHUs the CHILI), BOVTBN8 the QUMB.  At.LA Y6 til PAIN CURB* WIND COLIC, uad  Ii th* beit remedy for DIARKHCBA. It li ���������������  ���������olutely hirmleu. lu lure tnd tik for "Mr*  Winilow'i Kootbli| nyrup," and take no otbtf  kind.  Tw������nty-flv������ cent! ��������� Mttli.  There is more Cntnrrh in this section nf the country thun nil other dis  '���������uses put logclhi-r. 1110I until the Inst . ,..,,,,,  few yonrs wns hii|>i������m������i| to ho incur-1 tho frequency of eases of "doubles,  uhlo,   I'Yir n gn'iit many yonrs doctors  Doublet' Troublei,  The extraordinary Qorso Hall murder case In  Kngland, In which  tho  likeness of two men to ouch other has  horn commented upon, brings to mind  External Treatment  Necessary for Eczema  8urpritlng Rdiulti Obtained from DR.  CHA&t'S OINlMtm in lr**Un_  Thii Obitlnatt Skin Trouble.  1>nttnn mny nrl*<e from n variety o!  cniiHos hut onco Blurted it is n skin  iIUoiiho thnt wIlF continue to spread  nnd bi'ciiiue more iiniiovim? until  local, exloriial treiitiuoiit olieet* n  cure.  This is why Dr, Chime's Ointment  hns Hiipplnuloil the nM-fu-diloucd internal treatment* which won* iilwnyn  disappointing in rei-mltx.  When this soothing, honling ointment I* applied ymi ���������*,���������,- nnd lite] the  beiiillls iti short order. The itchin������,  (dinging si'tixiitlnns are overcome and  Willi   iho   Wiilliiflflll   H-lii-l  thlln tihtllid-  ed you nro iuicoiiriiK>'d to continue  the treatment until unidtially the  nnren nn< howled up ami lb������ dMeuiw  thori.inihly wiped out,  Whnt in nn nnnoylnu ������nrt dlncnurna-  in* nt diifliruring, Hrbin** #kin dis-  en������e*. In Dr. OIimc*'* Ointment you  hnve n cum for Mich (Mlmem* nnd  thU ointment In 10 clean, purn and  Noothliitf tlmt it hi'i-niiics a great pleas-  in- !���������, u- il. I), i) . l.yi),' IV, l;in  soft, iiiifMith nnd velvety nnd fnr this  reason It is mlieh sought by persons  wlm.ie --kill i.s -tiiM-rplibli' lo the  ehangoK of weather.  Mrs. Link, 12 Walker street. Ilnli-  ,,i\, S, ,-*.., pUIu,- .%i*ii imu- ,,,���������\--,  nt mini-ruble torture nnd sleopli'Ms  nights with terrible eem-mn, nnd after  trying over a down remedies without obtaining niiv'tiiiiig but slight  ti-mpiK-iiry relief, i hnve boon per*  feotly nnd entirely cured by iming  l)r riiiis'*'* Ointment. After the third  j or luin ih applii'iiiion of thi.** gmnd  'ointment 1 ohtninod relief, mid a few  1 liuXen Vi'-lo MlilliUhl Ui lli.iki* 11 lllul-  jOUKll cine, Jt. ir ntx months ftiliee 1  I wim freed from this wretched Nkln  idineitM', and an tbem lia* been no re.  turn  <i  the   trouble   I   consider   the  enire n permanent one,"  Dt. Cliane'i Ointment, <V> i*K it Vm,  I ������11 denlera, or Edtnniwori, Hate* * fV,  iTnrontn, Wrltr* fnr treo copy of Dr.  IChuit'i Recipe*,  A oiti/,on nl culture nnd |0"tie lunle  went lo a public library nnd linked for  Shelley'* "Pioinothi'UM Ihihound."  Ho wiih rather luken nbuek when tho  librarian r*p'led, with g'ent buiiieiir:  "We dou't keep any unbiiinil book.*!  In thin llhrnrj,"���������Voiith'is Onmpunioii.  ShiM's Cure  S������B!13?^1!&1l,*?������"J  priiiumiiood it a looiil diaonse nud pn-.  M'.ribod loon! reini'dioM, and hy constantly fulling lo oure with local  treatment, prniioiuioul it incurable.  .Science ban proven cnlnrrh io be n  oonctitiitionnl dhioiiso, and therefore  requires conHtitiitiouul tnatineiit.,  Hnlr* CVtnrrh Curo, inniiiifnt'turod  by V. ii, (Mleiiey t\ Co., Toledo, Ohio,  in the (inly oniistllittinniil euro on the  mnrket, It j* taken inlerniilly in  diwei* from 10 drops to a toiiHpoonfiil,  It* iu'Ih dlreolly ou the hlouil uud uiiic-  (iii.s Miifui'i'M of tlic ny.Hti'in. They offer  one hundred dollniH for nny oiiho h  fnih to cure. Men,I for circular* nml  toHtimotiinlH,   /Vidro**:  F, ,1, (Miolley  * Co., Toledo, Ohio.  Cold by Druggim*, Ifte.  Tuko Hiili'n Family I'ill* for eoiinti-  putioii,  On tbo second dny of thn hearing  of tho ehnrijo* against Cripjwm nnd  Miss Lenove at How Street thero win  nrofont a woll-^iiown Journalint, who  nnd hnd thi)/uiiploamint exporienon  of boing mistaken by tho policu for the  mate prisoner,  One .Sundiiy, beforo It boenmo  kiKiwn that Cripnen wiih on board thu  Montrose, hound for Canada, a ������nr-  gonnt and two or throe, countable* nr-  rivi'd at thiH goiitlnmun'it boune, and  mndo it clear that, frmn his appear-  mine, they suspected him of bolng thu  j "doctor,"  I KorlunnWy, he wn������ nlih'to ennvinau  I tluin Ihore it,el then oi his real idnn-  j nty, A handsome apology irom ,the  ] c(itumU������latier o( \nt\\ee fullowvl, atel  i iih Aome ooiuiMiusntioii (or tho iuuon-  I vetiioneo lm biwl been put to ho wn*  grunted passes to thu court for him-  self and his wile,  Awarded Flrat Prim at World r Ex.  position on iti Work and Methods���������  CntiiloffiiB Free.   AddregN.  WINNIPEG BU8INE6S COLLEGE,  Cor. Portngo Ave k Fort Bt, Winnipeg  I Treat Eyes Free  For fllittb ityt, If yoa  - donotwlihtoconllnm,  Boiti you BOOilng. 1 im  iwrlnrwink #mi, tort  Sty. ������������������.("��������� ���������M������rMti,  ****?*.* *!* tya dlMiui  I *���������"*-*. * Ml m*,m*l  *n* in  MnE^A^TiiSiSS'  A Bnd Nam*  Invetcriito Yoiiinr (linnbler���������"Hol-ton  Inline  V-tid:  lo   give  Mn.'h  II        OUO)  ,..,, ,-   ...11  riiiniiK  ���������Mata.  Old Mnh  I'lini-h.  "TTow diil thai Irrigated' farm   of  fi.nr,:  lorn  cut'"  "Not well, I got thii>ty one day  and tliouuh'loH-ly drunk the water in-  stend of putting It on tin- garden."  Worms sup the ntreii"tli nnd under-'  mine the vitality of children.   Strengthen  them  by   using   Mother firuves'  Wiil III   KxtciliiililiJol*   In   illiVe   i,ul.   lie  piirnsites.  Scribbles- QiiiiJer tolls me lie bu������ u,  ���������(Trent mind to write a book. j  Drilibb-s--I   dou't  le-liive  it,  Scribble* Don't believe what that  ho enn write a bookr  Dribbb* tth, be mny W abb* ���������<���������  wrih< ������ hook, but I don't believe lull n*   n   gnat   mirnl.���������4'htcngo   Daily  NeWH. I  Keep Out ol the Woods  The Koldenniil  i. ull noi om;  You see il fur mid n- nr  When  )oli'H   h,.  Me,I   I ,i   il. < r.  Relief From Suffering Evcrywhnre,���������  lie   Whim,.   ]:fe   is   Hlllde   lili * r*ib!e   liV  tlie   SllfferillK    tllllt     ('"III,*-   fiom   i'ldl-  irestlon imd hns nut tin-d  I'uiuu I"o's  Vi'itetnblo    I'ill*   does   pot   lillow   bow  iii-ily  ihi^  fniuiiiluiile    i *i*    I,*  d'-lllt   With.    These   I'ilW  will   i live;  -��������� ���������  ftilf of bun/ nnd piitiei',/ -t:i '���������;*, uul! There are mimv neM'-r hearts thnn  arc confidently put forvit*-! ���������'��������� u urehyowwin thin world of ours, tin ������nd  corrector if disorbr- **f tu.- li-'-tive1 comfort tb.*m, rtnd thut, ymi *������tl! (Ind,  -nitron*, from which no many -ulfer.   j will pomfort you,  tbe baby tbnt  is ������������.ru  m  llm*tm������l Week.End Crime.  Ayren bin n better elmii" of living Npftrly tw������*s-tliiritn o| the crimt in  tlmn it it hnd Iwi-n burn in any oilier i i**tiduu i������ |*i(,iuUitU!������i Ulwctiu 2 t,.ui.  ol the world'* Urge cities ��������� ������D tt������turd������yg tnd t t.m. ������u Uendayu.  Oxford Hoepitality.  (Vvf   . 1    I..;       I,....   1    I    ,-,.,.���������    t-t*   frism  thn ermditfon of tliinys observwl bv  a  Uoriiinn  explorer   lowina   u������o eiei  <il   DlU   elghUonlll   eelitliry.     lie   bud  nrrivixf nt the oity ul iiiidnii;ht, and  wns introdiioi'd by it ������ood Munantiui  to tho Milre. Hero, to his Uitoiise  a-'toiiishiiieiil,. he saw severul  eent[,,.  )ll' ll    III   ,������i .1*1, Die      .,< . -    ���������>...,   ,    ,���������.<���������,. .  a table, each with a pot "( Ueor in  front of bim, ".\i\ h.-nlth," siy* tho  traveler, "was ilrfiiik in Hiring ah*.  At Inst, as morn;'.*;! drew uour, ono  of the company e<eiuliued rnthor em  phatlonlly, 'I mii.tl nnd prayer,* this  rnorninu   at   All   Souls',' "- l^nidoti  t'iiro.lie le,  FREE TO YOU  feV*)  *M(:*':*-y;  'r'.'^i-^'-'-y  i S' v ,: v *     , v r  -,       -*\*-tm-_*.    ,'  "J   llU/ '  The h#*t pr*������mlnm������ end ttm ftfit vatnei  tierrtttntttl' (liild and Hihrrr Wetrhen.tP-m  MoviiiR"Pletiiro M������rliliis������, ynwly fie������or������t*il  !ih,_,'y* M'Ljn'Uir oUi-jf prrmlumi fl������ii  MV. Lnr.ielling Sjir ItlRbrlaii (H������l-T������n  met) hetnte i  f'unli.   The wry l������t������it  '���������-������������������"-��������� , ���������*,.,.. . *.. . nr,,.,      ,,,p  Trrj, )���������!���������������,  ilMlflislu Viswi. lurihiUj. rioriU, fnlWajr.  comle*, ne., nu /or toe. h*1||3.������ Wortli and  win ������i'������ <������* t,H,������* ������"��������� pnwhmw. Vonean  Mil tlitju In an ituur ���������r (������ni, Imi dnntdeUi,  tatwajoi* an jttrn premium lur prompv  B5f*������lt������ ������nd f������ut Mi prmlum Hit.  lieplt  Torr-nto, Onl,  W. N. V., No. III. The GumbBTlajil News  issued   Every   Tuesday  by  the  Cotno*   8t   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  Thia paper will not hold itself  responsible for the opinions of others, as may appear in its columns  ������rom time to time.  TUESDAY,   Dec. 20th,     1910,  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   JJBITISH   COLUMBIA.  Coast land district.  ��������� n -���������  District ot Count, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tbat Edward C  Towuiend of Vancouver, B. C f  pentlenian, intends to apply for per  mission to purohaso tho following  described land-?:' Commencing at a  poat planted abonl 7 miles north  and 2 roiled east of the (-outheaflt  corner of CL 3358, tbenee south KO  chains, 'hence west 80 chains,  thence north 80 ch.iine, thence east  80'ebaine, to post of commence-  im*!it, containing 040 acres, more or  less. EDWARD C TOWNSH1ND.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Frank W.  Lecson, of Vancouver, B C, broker,  intends to apply for permission to  p-jrehnee the followii.g described  lands: Commencing at a post  planted about 7 miles north and 2  miles east of the southeast corner of  CL 3358. thence north 80 chains,  ihence east 80 chain?, ihence south  80 chains, thence west 80 chains, to  post of commencement, containing  640 acres, more or le^s.  FRANK W LEESON.  Dated July 27th, 1910  COAST LAND DISTRIST.  District of Const, Rang* 2.  take notick that Gsorgo More,  of Vancouver. B.C, broker, intends  to apply for permission to purchase]  the following described lands: Com  liifnciiig at a post plained about 7  miles north and 2 mhea east of the  southeast con.er of CL 3358, thence  north 80 chains, thence west 80  chuinp.. thenco south 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains ������o post of  commencement, containing 640  ftoriii*, more, or less, okobok more.  Dated July 27th, 1910,  RUPERT LAND DISTIIICT  Distriot of I.n, e t  TAKE notice that Lil.i Kleu....r J.n-iu-  *������n, of Vancouver, B (.'.., eo-t ati... tu-.,-  ris-d womnu, intend* to imply f.r ^rin a-  siett to purohase the frlhuvun. ti,.(.c ilk-d  hinds:���������L. E. Jeukinw:'s s. K o mer,  Ci.mmenciiiK at a pout pia t������d at '.lie  north east corner of Seoti*n Iv-Towt-ship  21, thence we������t 160 chni,,*, tbeice north  28 chains, mure or leu to Utopia L** o,  thtnee east along the lake s ,������i-B to Township line, thenee south ,'JS elmi'im iik,i-o ir  lew lo plaoe of oowmeneouciH couiaiaioK  540 auras, moro hr U������������.  ULLA KLEANOli JKKKII-TiJON,  rv .  , , Wai- bt-siie, .-j-. nt.  Dated Juno 23rd, 1910.  HUPEttTLANDDit-iiKloT  Distriot of JJuj-ert.  TAKE NOTICE tli .t Lilla Fl .rem*  Jeukiasou, of Vanoouvei U. C. o.ouputwu  Spinster, intends to apply ior oh mi 8">n  to purchase the fullowii.������"uL8oiU't luud :  CoBitnenoinjfnt a pent plnetni ,u tli,  north east coruer of se.ti, n M, T������wn-  smp ao, thenoe south SO ohain-*, tl-e.i-e  ���������veat 80 chain,, thenc* i.or.li $_ ebiiiux,  theuce east 80 chnins U> pl.co of c m-  taeuoMHent, cc^taining- GiO ,*.er-������ more  or leas.  LILLA FLORENCE JENKINSON,  _ \\ m. L������������lie, Ate:lt,  Dated Juue 21gt 1910.  KUPEKT LAND Dlfli'l-UtT  Distriot efl-:u ped  TAKE NOTICE that   Paddy Clement  Blythe, of Vancouver,   li, C. ocoupatiou  Lojjgor, intendB te appl;  for perinisai-u  to purohaae thefoilowu.,.'da������cn'*e<i luudx:  Commenoing at a pet [jjanvud at tlie  southeast       c*jr,n r      of        Section 18, township 21, m rk*.i  P. C. Bly-  thj S. E. comer, thenc n- rth 80 ohai-n.  thtuoe west SO chains,   tiu-uoa i*oinb  SO  chains, theaee eakt 80 cli una to place vt  eotnmencenient,    oontainLg    610   aorea  mure or les*  PADDY CLEMENT HLYTHK  Dated June 30th, 1910  W'ui. Leslie, Ajjwit.  RUPERT LAND Dl.STlUOT  Distriot of Rup*rt.  TAKE notice that Wi,ij������m JUbms n.  of Vaucouver, B. U. ocouHit.on Sa.eBn.au  lataudi to appjy for peru.i^i.,,, t��������� pur-  ohaae tbe following descibvd la.d-: C ui  menwng at at a p���������������t planted ������t -.he S. E.  coruer of Seotion ������4, T���������w.i.h.p 21, wiuk-  edVV Rol>.u������on, S.E. co.u.-r, tl^.c  north 80 chain., thenee west yo .mil .b,  theoce nouth 80 cliaini, tue-.ee o.st Sn  ohaina.to place of comm-noomnus, cuut.iu  ing b40 aores, m������r������ or l.������������.  WILLIAM KOBIMSON  Dated Jhbo SOtb, 1910. / ;  RUPEKT LAND DISI'UICT  District of Kupvrt.  T \KE NOTIOK that Kuth KeziaCUrk  of Vttucouvor, B. 0��������� (Jjuupatlon married  -woman, iu'.uuds to apply f"r permimiion  to purctia������e tho followmg duiorihed lands:  CvaniieneinnK at a p <st pUnteil at the  M.jtith oiibI cirnor of Secti-n I, Township  21, dii-no������ north SOchaiim, iheuoo we������t  HU liliaitiu, thenco south 80 otiainii, thtuoo  i.ai t 80 cli lins to pi toe of O'tiimou lament,  uui,t������ii,ii)tj G-10 aores, moru or lvn������,  RUTH KKZIA ULAttK,  Wm, Luitlie, Agent.  Dated Juno 2lfit, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DIVi'KIOT  District of Iiu pert.  TAKE NOTICE tbat I. K-iwa.d T'-on,  ley, of Vanoouve, B.C., a c������|.it���������������������������.nn,Traveler, intends to apply foi pf<riiiiB.i������n w,  [lUicbase the following de'eri',*.! ] 'tids-*:  C"mnnn������ii)g at a poet pla.>tnd to 'It  uorth east corner of Sec-io'i lit, T-<w--hi|,  21, thence ea������b 80 chains; thence h*u h  40 chain*, thence west 45 uhni'.H mo. ������oi  flea* to Georgia Lake, th������*oe u,-t**ilj'  along north shore of lak" 95 chain.,, in-ii-  or les* to where seutiou ln,������ lios w-on kpu  12 and 13 iuterseots la. o, tlieue- pin* lie  ohains more or lest to plac ot ujmiuti. ��������� <���������  ment inscribed on pout bJ oh-ing tn N. E.  corner, E. Tliornby, ooit..ini-(f (Un -I'-nti.  more criiw.   EDWARD TilOUS'LEY.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  DUtriot of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICB tlut Chortfo Norman  Worsloy, of Vancouver, B.C., oojupation  b 'ok-keopur, Intends to apply for perniin-  ���������slim to iiurohitso tho fallowing doHcribod  biDilfi:��������� C'JintnoiioIng nt i* pout plantod at  tlio aouili wiwt luini'ir of S (!*.|*)ii 18,'l'O'vn  uliipS, pi>������t iniirued U. N Worry's S.  W, oornor, UieiKja oimt 81) oliaius, tbnuoe  north 80 oh-dm, tljoneu wost HO ohains,  1.|juj,(ju w-iith 80 chniiis t" p uoe nf oom-  i.niuoiiinout, uoulaining GI'J Hvrea, more  M'   loli.-l,  tlBOROK NOUWAK W0R9LKV,  Wm. l4i*U������, Ageut.  D4������d June Mil), I'JW,      '        "RLfr'SltTLANIJ DISI'HIUl'  DUtrlet tf Rapert,  TAKK NOTICB that Su'iihon 8etth,  of Vityonuvnr, It. U,, ooeupitunt, book-  liU'pur, in lull ili toupply fur i^riniwiou tv  pu rel 1111*11 tlm fobowii'������ dmuiili'd land*;���������  h, Nna'.h. N. W, oronur, Cuniiionolug at  a |i'i������t pi tilted mi TowiiHhip 1 ne at mmth  cut part of (Juor({ia l^ltii, tlumue mutb  1.W nliaitiN, ni'iro nt Uiw to tli* quarter  )���������i,t. Ikvwihu Si'i'Luin ill ,tnd 8U, Tovii'  fh p tt ami 20, tluiitiu ant -10 elm iih,  tiumoi uorth 1(10 chains, th������uno wost iti  thib'S, tli"ti''Jt Kiutb 2 elunn <o place of  ���������YWiMttii'iomoat, cotitHini u fHO *ot������t,  Uio ts or I������������h,      STltl'HKN .itUTH,  Wm. Untie, Agent,  Dttwl June QHrti,  UUPKKT LAND DM'KIUT  Diitiiot of Huport,  T\KV vmhck thnt ,bilm KmMiifl. of  Viincotivnr, ll. V., wuupaii jh, brohur, in-  ti.ltile (.*! ������������������^���������Ji'J  .'���������/. ,.,,(...ni a, \'i ^llri'liual'  ihe lollo������ii������K d-iiciibi'd Iiui'Ih:- CotnmiMt  oiiiK at a jsik*. ptnnt'-d 4 tlm uorth otit  eeruer of .S'O.iiin ,'11, Tuwiinhip 20, tlieno*  h <iUh Sl> (iliiiiix, Uiuucj ivent 80 ohuhis,  t ei.i-.i uii-'ii W cliuiti",   thenoe   eaat  HO  ^ ,. 1    t' ��������� '    *     -titi,, e mel.t    l'"ll-  I'tl.ilUil litO llulOt, lllori ",  I'M,  JOHN KII<KINK,  Wm  lie im, Agent.  Diit,!il.nniu2lht, ll),0,  RUI'l-JKTf.ANDlUMTHlCT  f),i-tr:-..l i.f t: ipu-l.  TAKK HD'fH'K that Ada Kloannr Jen-  1.IIJJI"i., * ' ' ������������������1'ivr, II C , <eeii|>������lir)ii,  nlvnn-jrai * , inle eu to apply for |x������rmin  si'ii t������ uuiu'nan dm foliowiiiK d������������onl������d  Uieti:���������(>������������., t'tii'idK n������ n p Nt plant-Hi at  tba north wost oorner of Neutiuu 3*, fow������  ubip !*), tlmicn weiib HO oi.inti, tUtiit-e  ona Hi) elmi*'������, llu,,e��������� north WI ohniUM,  th������nu������ we-t Htlcbiins t> pl������i'������ ol onm-  ui������i,ii������iut,ut, ....i.UiiMii* Cl't   ci"������, n,ore i,r  ItliH.  AIM HltHAWrtl JKVKINSON,  Wni biml'i', Ognnt.  VaUd June 2l.t 11*10  Bated June 28th, 1910.  Win. U.lio, AtftsA.  RUPJ(jK1LAND DlHTHLU.'  DiBtrktot Rupi-rt,  .   TAKE NOTICE tbat I, ������amuol B������w.  den, of Vancouver, B. C, oocupn-lou ini.  iug onijineer, intsnds to applj for ptrmi������  sioa to puiohsflfl tho  follow! tf etenorbod  laud������:���������Oommonoiug at a ]>,������-1, pUuti d at  the south west oornor ol s-ution 2, Towie  I ship 21, thenoe nor>h SOoh-biH,   'bene  T*iut80 obaint, tbenoo  south 80 ididr-a  theuce wfttit 80 ohains, t" place of comm.  onoeun)jnt, ooatalnhig 610 -co*, nmo or  less, SAMUEL R-MVUK*,  Dated Juoe 21st, 1010,  Wim Lueliu, A������6iit  RUPKRT LAND plsritlLT  District of li,part,  TAKK NOTICE tb������t JUiib������ A������ld������y, ��������� f  Vancouver, B, C, oooupatUiii, imtrrhi i  woman. Intends to appl) fnr pnrtnmsU'.  to purubuno tht following U'i������.iln'i| luiid>;  CjR)ni������ticbis;nt a post ilautod at tu-  Bou-.h uast coraer of BeM'it 3m, Tuw->-  s)i1p2l, tbenee uortii bo iilui**H, th-Moi*^  w������������t HO ohai������K, thonce H*iu'*h M chalnH,  thonce cmt SO flhains, t. piaou ot cnini-  aiicmnanl, oontsUiin*/ Co mrv , ������������������ ern or  leu. JJAJp^EHiHliV,  UHtsd JuaeSlst, 11)10,  Wm. UkIiu, .\K���������ut���������  Cook'i Cotton Root Compouad  Tbu greet Ut *>rtno Tonlf, Mid  .only nuto u.I'uvkuiI Monliiiy  lW-'-,  '  winilatoroii wliluU wouieiiwui  doiwml Bol-t In t)u*"U tfe-irooi  nt _ircnitili-A*, I, |t( M. S,  lOnoirriMH Htinnttoi, t'i; mo. a,  mr.speolttJ.t'aanii, vi |mr l>0*  BoM by all ilrH|/i-(4������, ur iw.l  Prepaid on twreiiitt, nt prloft  /       'V _ rrua itamtmH, A'!iiti*>-<f ?���������){  food's T'Mnyl**mlMt  Tht Gnat Hmilinh  Ji/medy.  Tonos anil Invuurn mt ti,u whnii*  ticiivoiw lynl ii,   iriitki*,,   ii'i'  Blood la old \ uini. < >ti"-n.*(������������������>���������*  em DehlHln, Mental nml lli-iu'n Worm /'��������� ���������  fMiimr/tt-i/i iXJttni Heiueiitt.n, <.������,w,.,i<'������,,... .  ���������wtnlamttmi.nmtt ISf'rts of.tannine hlrttn.,,,  i-tiuillue,tJm%,i,Ut*tt&i,   i  ,n 1,1,1,,.*'t.i.  wllloiifiT  Bold by all nrnir.rut* ������>r inn llml In  plain {ikjr, oo mum ������f prli-,,. , A'mh' v������ m < llei  mn<Uilfre*\  Th������ Wood Mwcfleln > Oo.  i/urmrly Iviadtor) "orrtntni Ont*  LAND AOT.  Form   Nrtll.  Ko-m ,.f Notic-e.  Cs'i^f Dibiikt,  Di-irii-t. of iMiiiyi' 2  TAKK Loude th-t   Willi .ui .Leek,'   ?.t  Vanoouvor,uoonpatiw Et^iiioer, uituuils  to apply for permusiou io  puichase the  followiuK desoribed Uud������:���������  t'ommenuinK at a p���������������t planted  on the  beuuu about ouo and a hut  milea Suuth  Hot from the bcuth E.st corner of O. L.  UitnS, tlieucu Nortu   e'K'-ty   (SO)   olwiiis,  theuce ICist wiylity (80) tlun.s,   thence  houth (SO)  chuiiK-i.   tha.ee    We t    (8u)  vlllliU.S, to peiut   of  OO.i liloijOiJllO'i', L'OU-  tm iiiii; six huiidivtl and forty aaios, jiio;e  ur l.t>s.  WILLIAM LEEK  N .ni������ ���������i App.icmi  Datid June 4th, 1910.  nentie.isi corner nf No 6, beint; hut  niiies ncrili ofthe soutli,vest, corner of  Ni, t, tlience reivih Sn rl-.ains, thence  ������en 8u chains, theme sou'h So ch.diis  ihence e.ist Sn chnins io ihe point ol  roiiiinencemen-., containing 64J acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  N������'iie of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND  ACC.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice,  Co^et District,  D ������sti ict ot R.*������nj;e 2.  TAKEuitii-e thnt Veuni i.oak of Vaucouver, occupation  8|..iuet������r,  iuteuda tu  apply for puruds.-b n to purohase tbe  following described mud*;���������  Commciicinij at a post plaiitod at the  North West ooruor of No. I, tbeuce Wo������t  eighty (80) cuaIi.b more ������r lo b to C. L.  3358, thenco N������i-tu eighty (8)) cbaiujr a-  l<������uy* O, L. 3353, tneocd Earn eiglry (80)  ohains, theno������ Soath eighty (SO) oh������in������,  tv, the p.ilut of coniiue>,ce,ue���������t, cui.t.iiu-  ttig six huudred nnd fo-ly i&O) neift*,  more or leas, *   ���������������  VERKA LKEK  Nome ot Applioant.  Dated June 4tb, 1910.  1 AND ACT.  Foru.No. ������.  Foim of N<*tieo.  k Coiut DiMtriot,  District of K.-.iij{e 2.  TAKE not.ee -.hat KUunr Leek of Van.  COUV..1-, ocoiipa-ioii M������r,ied woman, in-  uuds t.> apply 101 puriuUsiou to |urulia������e  tin- following desi-ribeU- laudm���������  (.'ouimt'uei ������ at a p mt plai.tod nt the  North West corner of No, 1, the ;ee N',,rth  eigbty-(80)-chaiith���������thuut-e_E>iajw(8u),ihaios,  thenc(s South eighty (8u) obtain, tbenee  W������at (SO) ehaini, to point of comin������i)Cv-  uioiit, ooi.taitiiiiK A..: huud-od aod forty  aores, mo; e or less.  EL AX OR LB UK  Name of Applieai.t.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND  ACT.  Form N���������. 0,  F'li-in of N,' ico.  C->ant Die liut Ra���������n������ 2.  TAKK NiiTlCKlh-tKa i.eriue Brnwu,.  0, oiipation   widow,   iniend*  to apply foi  p-rminriou to pu> chase iho f*l!o'.iing  do-  .scridoil  laiuls:   O moimci. g  ,n a p,.s  pla. tod nt tho uortlu-a-t corner of  No. !i  (V*itiy tw 1 uiiU'N north  ot  tno soutliwunl  corner of Nu I) tli'.oc-i imrtii  ei(,dit) [81))  eludtiH,   tlio oa  wii't   i-isdity  (SO) cliui.���������,  tbei.ce south ui>;hty (SU| cliains,   ihunue  enm eighty [80] oluiiin, t.i tho   point  < I  omuicnco'iivnt, ooiitiiiuiiiK ������ix huiidri'd  ami forty [640) ticr������H, nioio or lo������n,  KATHKUINK BROWN,  Name of applicant  Datod June 4,1010.  LAXD ACT.  y������irm No. 0,  I'oriii oi Notice.  Ccust Dist 1 let,  DUtrioi ��������� f Uun^u No  TAKK NO'UCU lliatAi.uio JJronim>r,i>r  Botton, oic,i|)������(ioii I'pioHto'i intends to apply tor pi imir-sion 10 pmuliane Uio follow  loK dt'B0"ibed land-: t'oniiiu<uuiiig at it post  planteit nt the nertlunsi corner nf No. i  [liriitf Wo tuihn lo.rtll of   tlio  HiilltllWIUt  earner of No, I) thomo north eiithy (80)  I'lnilus, tbi'iiw. en������i tijjhty (80) chain.,  tbu'ito eouth I'i.bty (Ru] eia-ns, tin.1,00  wo������l (Kitlity [Hii) thalna 10 ) oli.t ot omn  inuei'liiunt, ui'itaining aix ht,inlre,i and  fort * ((310) aor������������, nitirti or lu.s,  ANNIK BRKMNHR,  Nr.iue uf Applicant,  Dated Juue 4, 1VI0.  HAYWARD DI.-tTUK-i.  TAKK NOiriCB tlmi ��������� xty day* uft.r  '������ti', f, Charles 11. Htrai ������'*, ���������( Whil ���������  town, Corto*', Island, h������wii llo>#er, In end  to aprly for porralmityii to Ii-hm- the Ml, w  in gdfcrlliuil fnrcsbnre:- ������-���������in-riSMf-clutr tst  ��������� l������������������t placed at thn M(*'i ������u'rtr n,a t,  B'Mint flv������ ohaini norther y (mm tha H  ^'. iviruer uf tho fncii'iu I s, xv, i(mr|  r M-dtbm U, Cortir. Uland, theuco ran.  alog in a ���������nittharly iliraotim, f���������l|���������win)j tlio  roeaitdor of tho shore linn t<> 1 p.nm ten  ehains wintliHrly frum tbe naid li, W i-���������r.  ������i������r 1 f the frnt'tiwial ������, W ,|,|���������t,r ���������,,..  tinn W f'ntter. Inland, ������n.������ , n,|ir ,.|���������^ -,,|  Ibe fureiburo therein Uowi, ti,  mark.  hn'ad Jnly Sfith, 1010.  LAND ACT-  Komi Nn. <)���������  Count Disirirt  Dinlrirt i>( It ������ii(,'ii 3,  TAKK NOTICK Umi ICJwm I' litem*  tier, ol Vancouver, naupiition broker, intends to ripply for |fcriiiiisi<iii to purchase  the follna-iiiff dewcn|ied l-uds, Coin-  incncinK at .1 post planted at the north-  uiiki (.oiiiei 01 it.i 4 iI'ciiik wnii. 111 ml*,  liulia ut lili. 4>i<a)tHc.*,l 1.11 met el *-', 1;  ilicucc nuiili ci^lity Ht, i.h.iins, ihnii;-,*  ������c>i ������:iKbiyt 80, ch*4in������, th*nce inuth  eiKlny, 80, < hams, thence cast eijjlny 8o  1 li.nni, 10 point uf ciinniii!iii:ciiicnt, con*  laniiiiK six litinilitu iiei Kniy [i^.i,, ,������(.ic>,  moru or Ii-sh,  KUWIN V HKKMNKK,  N,iinB of Applicant,  Dncd June 4, lym,  mmrnmmmtm^mtmmmmmm**m*m*tm*m*m^mmm**m^mm  UND ACT.  Kntiii Nn ';,  JWm nf Notice.  Coam District,  District nl R.inh'i- 3.  TAKE NOTICK that   Hilrn   Slina-  ,i,|i, uf IJoit'ill,   <>m>>,.iti-in  niirried   *i.t  low witir |(|HI|) ���������,tendii t<������ toply (nr |ifrmii<ii"n t.i  ' piirrb.������������ the Nlo*nig de-,f.ilirl l,it-il<--,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form ol* Notice.  Coast District,  District ef Kan^e 2.  TAKK NOTICE that Walicr Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  io apply (or permission to purchase the  following described lands; {^ominencinji  ai a post planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (beinx three miles north of lhe  southwest corner ol No 1) thence north  80 chains, tlience east So ch.iins, thence  souih So chains, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of commencement, contain-  ino, six hundred and   tony,   640,  acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicunt-  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  ������  Form of Notice, 1  Coast District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Burton Holland, ot Vancouver; occupation, ao-  cfuntant, intends to appiy for p*r-  miesioo 00 ptircbasa the following de-  eeribed lands: Uommeoeing at a pc*>t  planted at the nortb east corner of Ko  12, being four miles norm and two  11.iUs west of the sontb west corner of  No. 1, thence north 80 chaios, th������nee  netl 80 obains,thenb(> south 80 chains  tbenoo east 80 chains, to tbe pniut 0:  c, maiencrment, containing 640 sores,  more or less.  BURTON HOLLARD,  Nin.e uf Applicant.  Dated June 7tb, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Ooast Diatriot, Range 2  TAKE NOTIOB that John M.  St������wart, of Vancouver oc*������tipatiou gar  peater, intends to apply for pfrmillion to purohaae tbe (ollowinji dticiib-  td iaucs:���������Coojineccing at ������ pi st  plaoted at tb������ nortliw<,ss corner ot No  11, bciog three n.iles north aod tlueo  milea weet of ibe toutbwsBt oorcer of  No 1, tbenee oorth 80 ohains, tbenee  west 80 chait a, tbenc������ icutb 80 ebaina  llitice salt 80 obaios. to the point of  01 in inducement, couiaioin*k;640 seres,  oioie or hat. JOHN M.HTEWA11T,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 6, 1910.  LAND  ACT-  Form No. 9,  Kor.n of notice.  Coast District Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William H.  Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to .ipply for permission  10 purchase the following described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the north east corner of No. 6, beint;  iour miles north of the south west coiner  of Nj. I; tbenee north So chains, thence  east So chains, thence south 80 chains,  theuce west 80 chains, to the point nf  commencement, containing: six hundred  and forty acres, more or less.  WILLIAM  H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th,������i9io.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Nonce.  ������������������--___C0ast_DJ.8tri.CL.  nisirict of Range 2.  TAKE    OTICE that George Whalen, oi Vancouver, occupation, contractu!  intend'-- to apply for permission  to  puichase   thc   (ul'iCwinj!   desoribed   lands  Commencing at a pust planted about om  mile west hum the north west corner ol  No 2, beinK twn milea   north   and  two  miles west of ihe souih west corner of No  1; thence north So cn.iins, ihence east 8 >  chains, thence south 80 chains, more or  less 10 C. L, 3358. thence west, 80 chains  aloii*^ s;iid licen-e to point of commence  ineni, containing 6.(0 ncres, more nr less.  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast District KanjfO 2,  TAKE NOTICE tint Robert H.Ellis  of Vancouver, nci:un,'ition,brokcr, .intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lunds: Cn'iiuiencing  at a post planted at ihe souih west miner of ,No, 10, being two miles north and  two miles west of the south west cornet  of No, 1, thence north Ko chain-, thence  west 80 chains, thence souih 8������ chains,  more or lesi, thence cast 80 chains, 10  polm of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or less,  ROBKKT 11. ELLIS,  Namo of Applicant,  IMod June 4tb, 11H0.   LAND  ACT.  Form No. q,  Form of Notico.  Oust District Range   ,  TAKE NOTICE tlmt John G. Arm*  tiroiiK.of Vancouver, or.cjpaiion, clerk,  intends lo apply for permitiion to purchase  thc following described Uinln:*���������  Commencing   ">  n post plnnli'd at the  north wtt corner nf No, 11, belli*/ three  'iudvs norih Md two mil-04   west   of the  souih west coiner of No, ij tlience north  81 chains, thence west flu ch.iins, limner,  thsnee  smith 80 chains, 1 her,en eiut  80  ch tins, tu tho  point ol cniiiuii-nceiiiont,  containing 640 acres, more nrless,  JOIING. ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applicant,  Dated June 4th, 1910.       l.\ND WW  Fmin No. 9.  Vnttn of Notice.  Coant District Range j.  TAKENOTICi:il������t(!.itr'."f'II*������.  Und, ol Vtnooiwr, locups'im, tnu*  ritd wnmsn, inlands tn apply lor per  mission to pnrohitis ths fdlowin������ d������-  sailh-M IsPilnt Conutirt'flui! at * pit  planted tt thr north ������*.������! coriu-r of \S<  II,   b������ln|f liner- mil's north *nd   tW'  xulUt trtit rt tlim ft  \V et rn*r rt Nc  I, ihsrifi north WU ob������|m<f theunn earn  K0  pbt\in   Minii,������esouth   H1) phfln������,  i|isrri������ wrM Ri) chains, t^ th<> "'.ji t tl  romnifiirsinrnt, euntr<l doy 640 sent*,  mi rs or I-m.  ClERTlUtDK HOI LAND  N'-ms id A1 tbci.nl.  Dated Jm ��������� I ������, !������!������%  PITHWHinK KOfl THK NKWS  LAND ACT.  For m No, 9.  Form of Notice.  Ooast Distriot, Range 3.  TAKE NOTICE that Alex F Btem-  nor, ot Boston, oooupation enpiaser,  intends to apply for permission so purchase the following dtecritii/d lauds:���������  Commenciuf-, at n post planted ot tbr  northeast oor ot roi No 12, bting lour  miles nortb and two oailca weet of tbt-  -jouthwirsi corner of No 1, thence north  8'J ol.ains, thents east B0 obaios,  ibenoe south 80 ehains, tUence weat  80 ������b-.iub, to ihe pt*\i.t ol eoinmetie. ���������  inulii, eoutaiiin^ 640 aeroH, more ot  kit. ALEX F. BREMNKH.  Name ol Applicant.  D'tted Jnne 7, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Fomb No. 9.  Form ot Notice,  Coast Distriot, Bnnf*e 2.  TAKE NOTICE tbat Johu Morale, of VaBCouv&r,occupation ooustruo-  u>r, iiitfends to apply for peraiUsiun  to purcba**e the fulloai-i|{ d������serib������d  Ito-Jni-Commenoiiiv' at n post pUnttd  at tb? portheast ot.ruer ol No 14, U-  iDg five miles uorth and two n.iim  west of tbe Eoutbwest eorner ol No 1,  .ticoce nortb 80 t-tmiiii, theuco weat  80 cbaiViS. thenco eoutb 80 ohaini.  theuoe eaut 80 ohains, to tbe point of  -(���������tnuienceiueut, coutatuinv 640 nctt*.  more or less. JOHN MOEAVIO,  Name o( Applioaut.  LAND ACT.  Form Ro 9.  For no ol Nn������ioe.  QotBt Diatrlot, Ring.< 2,  TAKB NOTIOK th������t Jotepb Mor-  ������vio, ol Vai'fjouvi'r, oei-upivtiriii eiittiu-  er, intends to apply foi p������ni.i������sioii tt)  purcbaie the iollowinKdescribed Uiidf;  OnnuiKPcing at a post pUnted at tht  nnrtHcas������ ooroir i.f Nn 14, being lb������  miles north and two mi Us woat of tn������  s -uihwiitcorner ol N-l, ih.nce north  80 ciaihf, Uiiii;c������ eaxt 80 ohaitin,  t; ,Ti<:e ai.uib 80 ohaiut, tbcoee writ 80  chains, to the point ri ootn-uenci���������  nnut, ooutuitiintf 040 aurim, more or  lam. JOdEI'H MORAVIO,  Name ui Applicant.  IUti<d June 0 1910  LAND AOT.  Form Nu 9  Form of N.'tioo.  Oosst Dbiriot, Batge 2.  TAKE   NOV10B     that     WillUn.  Halnei, of Vauoouver, nooupMlou lutt  .nm, UittfOitB to H*'p!) It>r  p������r.T.ii������!(ii  i* purohiisn tbe   (ollo**ii*u   dn-swilKd  I ,ndn,���������CoitiD'fDcii q at n pesttdaaltil  At tbe uortli'VHt 0"riv>r ol Ho 16,  be*  ind niit   oiil-s north and two   tnllc������  west ol the south west oorner id No 1,  thsnee uortb 80 obains, tlm.cy  wrut  80 ibsins, tbeuea south  80  clul-.n.,  tben** fast 80 ohaius, to tln> poii>������ i,<  eoiumoui������������iu*ut,fliotalnioit 640 aert's.  mors or less. WILLIaM HAlNEd,  Nmnsol Applioant,  Daifld Juos 6,1910  LAND AOT.  Form No 9,  F������������r������o of Nolle*,  Oosst DUtriot, Ranne 1  TAKB  HOriCK that Oeorgo  0.  Pratt, ol Vanoouvor, ocoupstiou   sc-  oountitnt, iotsnds to apply (ur   pur  itiifSi������B io purohssetbs lulldwloti <1������-  siruiod Istidnt���������-Ootncnrnil'-gai a pott  plant'd at tb# northeast nortter ol Ho.  10, bviii^  sis  milss  nnrili aod iwn  miles wsst ol lbs soum west oorn������r oi  No 1, tbem* nortb 80 ebsitis, thence  mt- 80 ubains tb������t>u������ tuutii 80 oiisius,  ilisnoo west 80 obalus, to Ihi point ol  aomMaiiisutsiit, ooui*inin| C40 notes,  ruuift or 1st..  Ok-UUOECl'HArr,  Nuns ol Applicant.  Dated Juris fl, 1910  LANU ACT.  Form No. 9, Form of Notice.  Coast DUtriot, Rauge 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Alexander MePheo  of Vanoouver, oooupation, carpwuur, intend* to apply for pertnisaiou to purohaae  the lollowing dononbod UmU;���������CuruniBUC-  tng at at a poat planted at tbe uorth weat  oornar of No. 12, being toui miln north  aud three mile* west of ibe aouth weat coiner uf No, It thence north 80 uhaiua,theuce  weat 80 chains, theuce south 80 chains,  thenoe eaat 80 chaina, to the poiut of oommenoement, containing 940 auraa, more ur  lew. ALEXANDER MoPBEK,  Namo ot Applicant.  Dated June 6Ui, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  Coast Distriat, Range 2.  TAKK NOTICK th*t Naomi McPhee,  of Vancouver, ocoupatiou, mairied wom������n  iutoudi) to apply fur permission to purobase tbe following desoribed lands: Gum  maucing ac a poet pUuted ai tbe north  we������t corner of Nn. 14, beiug five u,ilc������  north and three miles west <f tba aoutb  westeomor <'f Nn. I, thonco uortb 80  chain., tbeuce weat 80 cnaiun, theuco  south 80 chains, tbance eust 80 ciiaian, to  thc^jiuiut of coniiueucomerit, ooutaiii*,^  l>40 darta.-uioro or les**.  NAOMI McPHEE,  Name of Applicant.  Duted Juue 6th, 1910.  -LAND-ACC  EVnn No. 9.  Coast District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOK that Lewu J. Bull, of  Vanoouver, occupation, foreman, iatetUs  to apply fer  p^riuinsiou to purcbaso   the  following iltaoribwl  lands: .O'ouuio.'Oiug"  at a post pluuttd at the north went i-b/u< r  of No. 16, Iniiug tix in.h* ii���������rth atid ti*re.i  uiilet west of tho s������u.b west ct/iuer of No  1, tbrnceimrih 80cli*ji;*, tlioice we.t  8o  cnains, tbenoe south  80chniu������,  ilienoo  oaat 80 eh������i"������, to tlu point <>! conimeoto-  meut, ocBtaiiiii-fc'OiOHCiei, inoi'o i.r les������',  Lli vV IS J, BULL,  Namo of Applioant.  Dated June 6r,h, 1910.  LANU ACT.  Form No. 8.  Form of Notice,  Ooast Uistnat, Kiiiige 2,  TAKU NOHu'li tbat AUxander J. Stew  Hrt, of Vuiioiuvor, nOJUkiatio.t, o-rpuntur,  iiitonds to apply for periui-iMoti to. pur-  cliii-e the following dmuribod lin.ds:���������  Oomiueticiii(j at a pott planted on tlio  hIm'O a ho ut >i_ udl>H in U hotlth tun.  torly direotioa from tbu south wus*. o ir-  ner of No. 1, thunue ninth 80 cIiihuh,  tlioiito dasI 80 ch.ius, thenoe siiutli 80  oli-ius. thauuo nest 80 olniins, to point  of oumm������nuuinoot, ooi.t������Iiiiim 640 acres,  mere or less,  ALEXANDER J. STEWART,  Name nt Applioaut,  Date Juue Otb, 1010.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 0, Form of Nol'Wt.  Oosst Oistri'tt, Hangs 3.  LAND ACT.  Form No U,  ��������� ���������������������������VW.-'K''" ��������� mmm ,   , 3{;'.v:',.  Form ns Notiee,  Cost! Distriot, Kfturt 1  TAKK NOTICE thar Due F*w>-  <on, ol Vsneonver, oconpatioo btitobei  Intrnds  to apply (rr p*ririssiim tn  'tirehssa    lbs    lullowinr    dssorlbs"  snilct���������Oommsnoinu at a tH.i>������ piainvv.  nt'tt iba bsspb at tbe souiw������>si oorner  ���������it No 11, belnr two mil������s north  stu*  'Innd tsibs w.ii ol tbo (outhw������st oor.  net nf iNo 1, thoofw norih 80  olmlnf,  'bMine w*st 80ebsl'is, Deeee sunt),  BOehslDS, mors rr |.������4 to sbors IIup.  thence     rait    ,80    eh������.los      slonu  ���������diore Una te point ol oommencemt-ni,  O'.utsitilug C-i" ser<���������*, tent* et Una.  DAVE FEltt^JPOK,  Nsros ol Applioaut,  DitrrUno* 0,1810  TAKR NOTICK tbat KUtUth Jano  8miili, of Vancouver, oooupation, man led  wouinn, iutonils to apply for ptrunaatnu  to purohaao the fidlowlng dowriln tl Umls:  Couiiueiiulm* tit it po������t planted nt tht  leutli nastconmr of No, I, thoue-i suta  80 oiMJns, niure or low to nbwre Ilau, tha.,.  oo wast 80 ohaius nlony nortU������rn bomuliwy  of No, IW, thoiiM uot IU SO ohali'S, thoiioa  west 80 ohniuH, u> point of uoiunieiiu*iu������r.t,  ootitsiolkK 040 serei, moru or less.  KLIZAltKl'UJANKHMrrit,  N������mi������ of Applicant.  Dato Judo Otb, 1010,  aoth, iwio. ���������  "        ,     ',  ���������  CHA8  II, hfi ANt.B.     |*-������M������������*,u,n������ *������ a l,,w l,,i,n,cl1 ��������������� "-'UNLY ONK IKlLLAIt A YKAU.  l������ YOU WANT  GOOD PRINTING  GIVE US A T111AL plyat I I.U ollice.  LANU AOT.  Perm Nn, 0, Foi Ul of Notiee,  Oorut DUtrlet, 1Uiim������ 'J.  1AKK bDVlVli thst DsTid Uta ton  Milnr, of Vancouver, oooupation, osrp*n-  tsr, intrnds to apply l������r ji-rruilaloo te par-  ohno the folluwiuH dunorlUid Jiudii���������CVw  iiiiueliig at a pint planted at tbs aauth  ��������� ast oorusr nt bn. 1, iiimu* north eu man*  thsoos ������>sst 80 ohnlns, tbenes south 80  ohal'is thenos wen 80 ohaini*, to point of  ouinmenoeni-Jijt, ooutsininff 040 sort mors  or ltS4,  DAVID DA WHON WLUR  Nsiiipnf Applfwnt  Dated Jons Oth, 1010,  FOR SALK���������A iivo rwunwl  lioin*ti on Imlf lot. For ftntliur particular* ������|)j������ly ot 0ii������ utHoH  KOU   8ALK~Hmlth   Vremlvr  Tvitwiiiei hi  fpod ordt'r.   0>***  tm.W will wil tm- I6U.0U. At������.  . i��������� ..i .i.i. ...ti... ' THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  NOTICE,  NOTICE is beaeby nivon that 60 daya  after date I intead to apply to the Hon,  The Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Workafor a license-o prospect for ooal  and petroleum under the lands in Nelson  District, and described as follows:  Commencing at a p ost pl*rit������d on the tea  beach at the S E. corner of Section 2a,  thoncs west along tbe south boundery ot  aaid Section 2a, 80 obains, thence uorth 40  chaiur, more or less to the. southern boundary of M II Hill's prospecting license,  theuce *n������t 60 cbains, more or loss, to II  W mark ou sni beach, thence following  along sea boaoh to 'he plaoe of cunmeuco-  15. A. OAREW GIBSON,  K. Priest, Agen'm  Dated this 28rd dny of October, 1910.  "LAND REGISTRY ACT,"  In the matter of an application for a duplicate certificate of title to an undivided }4 of Lot 233, Coinox District  and an undivided 4 of Lot 8,  Blotlc  2, except the east  22  feat  thcieof,  [map 522] Town of Cumberland.  Notice is hereby   given that it is niy  i tention at the expiration of one month  from   the   date of tbe fisst publication  hereof o issue a duplicate certificate of  title to above above linds issued to John  W Ikyden on the 20th of July* 1907, and  numbered f46fQc.  Land Registry OHic.) S-.Y WOOTON,  Victoria, li.C.        > Registrar-Genera  Jsovembr 2nd, tgro J       of Titles  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      ���������     FOR   SALE  BY     -      -  Walworth-Rolstcn Co.   ���������  :.*:*.��������� i-,nj*"  BOVRIL renovates  the blood and builds up  muscle and nerve. It is  good for children,  athletes and invalids���������  good for all.  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vancouver, Be C.  COAST LAND DISTKICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKB   FOTICE that   Westley  Evert Westley, of Vancouver, R.C  plasterer, intends to ad ply for pel  mlsfion lo purchase the following  described lands,���������Commencing at a  post planted about 5 miles   nortb  and 2 miles ,east  ofthe   pout head  corner of CL 3358, thence south 80  chains,   thence  east ' SO     cbaii:s  thence norih 80 chains, thence west  80 chains, to post   of  commence  nienl, containing G-IO acre*, more or  ���������e  WESTL1T EVKRT WESTLEY.  Dated July 27th, 1910.-  ������ a-8  X a\ 2  ts ������s '3  < a M  > ������*3  mm Sn  "  ������ a ���������**>  ���������50 g  e __ o  S3 g.  *> z "tl  "-      t  _   ��������� 3  * o  ~a  m.   IB  - 2  ������ S  si*  --* ���������������  R*S������  5 3  a-2  ���������3 0  .      m_  5K ���������" .  O  ������>  4 $**  ei _ n  Do"  so 5 ?  K   4S  * I 3  x -i- -__  .2 tf H  a. a 5  = a -j  * w ������ co  2 2  .2  is  ���������?  Ss  te *  0    .  "i i  J 1=!  ���������V  a  a  ui  a.  *z  -,  m  ���������a  ������  x  H  ������'  '2  I  a,  ts  XI  tm  *  P,  o  o  0)  BI  tl  M  1-!_!1-.-! ���������L-11 J-U.J  mpi m Canada  NOTICE.  v NOTICK U hereby giveu that 60 days  nftor d*te I intend tu ������pply to the Hon,  The Ohief Commissioner of Lands Bad  Works for a lioo*'S-v' ��������� prospect f-'f eni  aud petroleum andor and ou tlw laid������ in  Helton DUtriot; a������d dekonbed ���������*������ ("Hows:  Commencing at a post planted 20 ������h*<n*  west of the northwest oorner of Sftrb-u I,  thenoe ea������t 8-J j ohain*, thonce .north 30  th-iiiiR, theaee wettCOehnina, tbenee north  fit) ehaini, thenco went 30 cbains, theuoe  J toutb 80 ohnina to plaoo ot commencement  .( ?, Pitnc-vr.  Doted tbls i3rd day ���������( October, 1010.  NOTIOK in horoly giveu that on the  fiiut day ut DtOi-mbcr ueir application will  bo made to the SuperhitCBdont of Previa,  cial Poiioa for the renewal of the hotel li-  (xiuMO t< bull liquors hy retail ia the hotel  kuowu ns the Woodhus Stopping Place-  aituato at Oyster Hiver, in the province of  Jbi'ifb Columbia.     Anwk Wooonus.  Dated October 11, llHO.   NOTIOK is hereby ������lv������n that nn tbo  flr������t dny of Dscouiber iiexnipplk*utio������| >ill  be made to tbe Superintendent of Provin-  [oial Tolice, Vietoiiiv, forar-nuuual of the  hdei lioense to sell Jlqu.ra by retail iu  ihnb'dol kuowu tu the Onion hotel, sit-  uato at Uiiimi, B C. S.musi 0, Davu,  Daud the 11th day of Ooleber, 1010  NOTIOE  Any person or psrsons, cutting,  removing or taking any hlocks,  timber or wood, of any df-scrijitiodn  lelongiti-g to tho Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land  of the said Company, will lm prosecuted to the full extent of tiie law.  AV. L. COULSON,  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  ���������vay cars of tne Union Colliery  Company by any person jr per-  iiius���������except tain crew���������iu strictly  prohibited. Employees <\re *mb-  ���������ec to liismiwsal for allowing  sam-  By order  W.  L,   COULSON,  General Manager.  =Qr=H=TARBEbt=  HIGH GRADE STOVES^:  And all KITCHENii !UTE������SILS ��������� l  SAYWAKI) LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast  TAKE NOTICE that Davidson-  Ward Co,, Ltd., of Vancouver, BC,  lumbermen, Intend to apply for per  minion to purchase the following  described lands:���������-Commencing at a  post planted about 10 cbains north  of a ftream on the east side of Copper Reach, Loughborough" Inlet,  about 3 miles from Towey Head,  thencoeast 20 chains, thence south  20 chiins, thence wett 20 chains,  'o Loughborough Iniet, thence  north along the shore of Loughborough Inlet about 20 chains to point  of commencerueut. and containing  ���������10 acrec, more or le?B.  Davidson-Ward Company, Ltd  Frederic L. Ward, Ageut.  Dated Sep'ember 24th, 1910.  S,S."LITHIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, ' Comox, B. C.  Sport smens Goods  and  General Hardware  '*9*r^^^^*mWm**i!mfJpm*m7 ^^r9^9^y^a**m^9^>m^*mmm  NOTICE in hereby l-rirea th������t at the  uext meeting of tbe Board of License Com.  mii������inner������ for ihe City of Cu.nherKnd. I  mto-ad to apply fur & renewal of the wliob���������  ���������ale liquor licengn held hy ma, eituitid oa  lot C, block 15, OiimbeiUudTowmite.  OIALI MU8SA.TTI.  D������ted this lSih d.y of November, 1910.  NOTICE ii hereby givan tint at the oext  J?J^lijgjul!j&*l.������oaxdj)U  Bioee-sof the City of Curaberlnnd, I in-  tend to apply for a renewal of 'be whole-  Hale liquor licence hold by ait, situated  Oa lot 12, book 7, Cumberland Tovraaite.  FliASli SCAVARIX).  D������ted this 15th day of N iveutber. 1910  WLN'Tl-R SCHEDULE.  Effective on and from the -3rd,  proximo, tiie following will ho the  fni I Belied uie of our local mui!  stciutiors;���������City of Nnnaimo leaves  Nan oiiioat 7 h. in., ou Wednes-  daya and Friday's und the Queon  City leaves Nanaimo 10 p. m., on  Moi'days City of Nauaimo leaves Coinox at 7 a. in., ou Thursdays and Satnrday?. Queon City  leaves .Coinox at 1.15 p. in., on  Tuesdays.  NOTICE.  #������<M������M*������*ft**������������>������������4>-������������������A)l>  NOTOlRisheroly uiven that at the  next meeting of the Uosrl of License  Commis'sicuers of the City of Cua.ber  bind, 1 intend to apuly foi a renewal of  the wholesale liquor license held by tiie,  6lt,u'|ited nn lot 9, Wook 7, Oumberlmd  Towufiite,  VICTOR BONORA.  Dated this 15tb day of November, 1010  Notice is hereby given that an appli-  <ation nil! be made to the Legislative As  senibly of the province of British Columbia, at its present sessioa, for an Act to  incorporate a company with power to  build, construct, maintain and operate, a  railway of standard or narrow guage to  be operated by sieam, electricity or other  motive power fsr the purpose of carrying  passengers; logs and merchandise, or  either, from Harky Day os Port McNeil,  or some poiut between them, or some  other convenient point near thereto, on  the   east   coast of Vancouver Island to  FAIRFIELD  ��������� STORE Hf  J. JAOK, "Pkop.  NOTIOK Ii haroby given tb������t on the  ilUHiday nf Doutunber next Hpi-Ilo-thm vill  be made to to the Superintendent of I'ru-  ,vlnoial Pwiice, Viotoria, for a renow������l of  tlm bote) liooime to rell liqitorH by rotml  in tha hotel known na the Uourtenuy hotol  liUate.t ut Oyurtoaty, H.C.  John It. Joiiviton,  Dated Ootober 11, ID 10.  The Courtenay Hotel  Bv������ry convoitienne for gueuts.  The Oential Hotol for Sportemon  None, but the llest of Wines and Liquors  at the liar.  RATES  REASONABLE  vlohn Johnston,    Prop  9  >  >  A Fine Assortment of    ���������%  ty  lhe Choicest Candies,     *?���������  Fruits and Tobacco.      ������  Vaucouver Ice Cream,    tp  ��������� I  ������ Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland *  o  o  o  o  NOTICB ii herohy given that on the  itdiyol lJuooinbem������it application will  ie tuado to tin* Hopiriiiteudent of Pro-  inoial Polio*, Vie^ifln, f.������r ��������� M������ewal of  hub-H lioeme toiioll Mqaiin by retail  u thn hotel kno#n aa the Klk hotel, ������ttu-  tcd at Comix,HU, Jou������ VUrti*.  i)������wdUtiUburl',( 1910.  NOTlcKl' hereby ������lv������u   that on the  tmt dny of Deoembtrneit applioation will  to made to tbe Superintendent ot Vro-  Ifiichil  I'uHfM   Vtrttorit,  fitr a rflimwal nf  the hotel lio.ini* tu aalltl qnor* hy ret nil  h tba hotel known at tbt Milaapina Ho,  * .d, iltu.bd at Luod, B.C.   Yam Ttwua  I Dated October U,;I010,  iawi^w������������������^������--~h������wpw���������^nwi iw���������n^������ smji  ' NOTTOK I* herohy pfven thnt nrt la*  mi day uf Dimraber next applUatiou will  1U mule to the Superintendent of Provin-  |ial I'olU Viotoria, for a renewal af the  ktlel lioemo to sell llquera by retail in  |ie hotel ami���������>aaa the Willow* Hotel al ���������  |ate4 atCimpball Hiver, I). C.  i TUULINA dANXKN.  U)������trd October lt.lW 10.  ->��������� ,mmm������n,i ��������� ���������������. i> ��������� ��������������������������� m .  j NOTICK U hereby uivea that on the  'rat day et D#eomb������r next apvlieatioa wid  it mate w tlie ������Jit|wr*Btenttetit "f Pro-ri .  ini r.liee, VUtorin, for the renewal of the  (ita) llo������l������������ te a U lbjoor# by retail I������ th*  ,t, I kaowa in the WiUou hottl, mtaated  Union H������y, B.U Join HvMraoir, Jr.  UrfwidOctubai 11,11110,  NOTIOE TO THU PUULIO.  Having built a largo wnrebnttne and mill  nt Courtenay, 1 will in ftiuiro keep nn  band a slocU of ull kimli of Hay, Grain,  nml Feed at low out narltot rnton, A  H|i������alulty will Im mide nf roller oruabod  feed fnr horiNwbioh will make a a������vini;  of one third In thn cO>t of feed. Orriora  <flr*B tlio tonm������Ur or hy phone will be  promptly fillait. Thanking yno for your  patr nage In tbe pant and aolloiilnff a ooii  liiiinnoo nf the unmi) on broader linai, I  beg to rtihui'i  Yoitrt to command,  HYRON CHAWPOUD.  p.  Dealer in  ALL KINDS OK  :; Fruit, Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco. |  Donorn Hlock,  CUMIIKRUNU, H.O.  #������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  ���������rn^aam mmm  District of Say ward.  TAKE NOTICE "ihit William  Culdwt'll, of Lanitrk, Ont., mining  man, intends lo apply for permia-  Dion to purchaKO tbo following do-  scr.hedjluiids:���������-Commoncing at a  pout plnnted nt the norih went oorner  of Lot 490, Currintston Bay, Hnywurd District, thence following tho  norih boundary of ot -100 easterly  for *10 cliains, theuce north 20  chuinc,, thonoo wost to tlio ylioro line  thenoe' southwesterly and following  r orhore lino to thc point of com*  ti, 'icetiienl, contuining Ihm than SO  ttCii-'.       WlbhUH Oauiwiu,  Jno. Munson,HRunt  Dated >r'������v. 28th, 1910,  Coal Harbor, on the west arm of Quatsino  Sound, or to some point on Rupert Arm,  Quatsino Sound, or to a convenient point  on Quatsino Sound, Rupert., District, Van  eouver Island, province of British Colum  bis; with power to consiruct, acquire, own  and maintain, wharves and docks in connection therewith: and to construct, at-  *.|uire, own, charter, equip and maintain,  steam and other vessels and boats, and  to operate the same on any navigable  waters; and> with all powers xiven by the  "Model Railway Bill;" and wiih such  other powersand privileges usual or incidental to all or any of fie aforesiid pu*>  posesj  JJARNARD & ROI1ERTSON,  Solicitors for the Applicants.  Dated this ist dav of November, iqio'  FOU SALEr-8 milch cows, nil  tiiiiiii'cul������ei(* tested, Govoi-tiinunt  yearly records of each cow given,  also 2 colts und 1 aged mare, ono  colt partly broken.  HAYSrDE.  I  Carter'������ Ranch]  nipn Hay Koitd.  UNION S. S. CO.. of U.C. Ud  Week-end service between VnneotiTer,  NflUibiw, Uu ion, t'omoi, by tho  ntecl iMyde built twin nrri-w  ���������team.r "COtVIOHAN"  Bailing ns undor���������  Leaves Vanoouver, Saturday 8pm  Arrive* Natisimo, Saturday 12 pm  Arrives Union, Hiindiy 0 a in  Arrive* Comm,  Hunduy bam  Haturtiinn:���������  Lenvefi Comox, Huudiiy 4pm  Lmvm Ui>'*>.i tiuuday 5 p on  Arrivta Ntiiamo, Snndny 11 p m  Arritw Vanoouver Monday 7am  6t������������f leave* Union for Vumbeilmii ar*  Dry Sunday mornlanon arrival of "COW-  IUMANj" and Itftvea tiara twrlan.l Hotol  at I pm, connecting witb itaam cr  Union.  OtO  JOHN McLEODS  fi'OR l-nnST.'H.ASM  CANDY, KKWIIX,  UIGAR8 A TOHAOCOH  WOTTnW U X-fr*\,y tf,..,, t!-,t vs !'- ' . 't  day of Uaeauihrr ntxt application will be  madt to tlm Snparintandent of ProviucUl  PellCK. Vioiuria, for th* renewal af tha dotal lioaiii* to lull hqunr* by retail in lhe  hotel known ������a ������}it Port Anguita h.,tnl. ait  nated at Omoi, H.V. J. li Holmkh-  Daud Ootobor 11, JWIO.  NOTICK ia htroby givm that on th* flrat  day ol Ufinmlwr uut *pplie*tb>u will lw  mad* to tha Nuptirlrttfndei.t of Prot||,eii|  Polio*, Victoria, far th* rtnawal of the no*  tel Meant* tu ���������������)! lii|a������r������ by r*Ui! io tbe  buff I know ii *������ tli������ litrnn trntt], ultunted ������l  CV������m> i, II O ' :    A   Vt.mu.  |)������|.��������� ������h������t..l������������ It, 1UIO,  SALlil) TKNUEKH luhlrmied to th*  umftfrifgntd, and eudoried "Ttuder  for Piiblm lluilding, (Jrand fork*, 1J,(J���������"  will In moeivtd at tiiih nlliue tin til 4,00  l',.M��������� on Widimd-ij, D������������.ii.b������r 2H, IUI0,  fur the uouatruOticu ot ��������� I'tihlio building at  liraud Porka, H.U.  I'Um, uptcltloa Innl ami form ef ooatraot  oan hen-en and lorum ol teudor obt������iu������d  m (he '*thc������ ol Mr Wm. livinl*r������<iii, rmi-  daut aruhitflot, V*iu,oru, IRV, at thn I'.������t  Olllaa, Orimd Fori,*, and at thia Uapart-  moot.  IVmnni tendiring ar* untitle I thnt tund-  (im will i.ot ha (3iiii������nl������r,(1 un en* tnaile on  the pi luted f������riun Mup|ill.'ii, nud ���������ignod  with tn������ir agnul aigu������iuc������r, kukhk th>ir  iMOtiputivii* aud (duo, * nf i midriiiiu. In the  ...... ,..  ������*, t..rf  ..,(.   .v.wkt  Ai^Hrt, u, ,',    I' i.   UA-  turf iif the icmniiutiin mul pine nf rt,������l-l  biiuo i.f *������oii umiuher uf the nim mux  b������  givan.  Hnch tender wait l*e aceimu-nicd by an  aw*.i|iti>d o)ii-i|iui en ��������� eli4noM)d b-uk, paj ���������  kl������'e to the eider nf the HonuuriliiH tn������'  Miiiint^r at I ulilm Wnrfca, cxiiul in n n n* r  (lUpc.)ot the anmuiti ut tlw trtnit-i,  ithiuti will ho loileited if th* |irra������u tend  enng liiwhue to ti.ter h.io ������ ountraoi ������h<-ti  ulbd ujMin to don , or mil to omii|>l**t������  tw, work u ntraeiad lur. If the l������n<l������r he  uut acct^irtl lh* chn|ue aid I e n tnimxl,  Uh* l'-*t>artn,tiit ilo������t uot hmi! im-II  b>  ���������coapt tli* 1'iwimt or any teutUt.  by uruer  K,U. DKSIIOCIIKII8,  iitwiu.ury.  Di part in rat nf Publio Work*,  Oiw������*, N..vtftit*r 9Uh, 1910  Nawip*)i*r������ will -iml,, (aid im ihi* ni-  vi)ru������aiii������nt if ttiny iiinerl it witbuut >uth-  only Irom the Depailment  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.,  District of Coast.  TAKE NOTICK that Davidson-Ward  Company, Ltd., of Vancouver, H.C, oc-  ciipsiion lumbermen, intends to apply for  permission to, lease ihe following described lunds:-Commencing Ht a poll  planted at a point on Timbir Limit No.  30610 en the eatt side of Copper Retch,  Loughborough Inlet about 10 chtioi  north of a it re* in tn the said easi side of  nl said Copper Reach und 1 chain enter  ly from the shore line of Copper Reach;  l hence west so chains, thenre south ao  chains; thence east jo chains more <������  less to .1 point 66 feet easi ol the short  lm- of laid Ccpper Reach; tlience northerly 301. haini, but parallel 10 the shore  line of I ouglibotiiugb Inlet, to the point  uf commeneeinani, and oentainiiiK 40  acre* more or le^, including all the fore  klto/e, tide land^nd lands covered by  water within the boundary! thereof.  ALFRKI) JOHNSON,  Agent f������r DtvidsnnWard Co., Ltd.  luted October 181I1 1910.  f'hiec yot.-r nhrfftttlUi. Ofdvi't (tr  Slnrtbrsad, Fruit Cukt-w mid Fruit    I..iaf, with   Maioivlii   Uru*. uu**x ���������  WATER NOTICE.  NOTrCE is   herohy given tha^   a-:  application vill bo made uo-der .Par-.  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to os-  tuiu a lican-e iu U,e 8 .yward  lJisi^ioi,  ���������  C'uast Di������trict.  (a.) The name of ComT'i'*.ay in full:  D������\i hou-VVi-rO Conipa s- '.^">t,*d. i*.  head ifttoe *��������� uo n ������r, Uriti-ii d b m').������.  Tbe oapittl. hr w divide L ahowing paid ^  capital ���������JoOo.OuO divided ,nt* 5000 nhare.  Of ���������jlOOencd     J(6I 00O p������i.!t������t������.  (lf for raining purposes) Rro* Miner's iJcrtifioat* No   (b.) The namo of lake, atream or  source (if unnamed, tb* description  ia) No na.i.e. Slremn ri-ingii. a vUlo.s i n  tho east suW ������' Copuer Heao!-, Loujih't-.-  Inlet, about ton mil -b uorthesst of io->uv  He-������1 and ten inileo from the mouth of  Apjilc liver.  (c.) The point of dlvfrtflon: A*- ������  bout oae-halt mih* fro-ji 11 outh A   nXre :.  (d.) Tho qt.n'nttty of Vf-ter aprlhs-l  for (In cubic feet per second}:  Koureuliio feet.  (e.) The ehriractur f>f tbe pt*op.osc*Ji.  work-: 5n() fent nf tli.we, 1*000 feet of uit:..-,  Had *200'> fent of ;;���������')���������������.  (t.) The preKiseo oti which the water la t.c hn imh\ I'AeitcrlbP same): 0,i  tbe foHoWis-.*:; \x\u.e. C.*i3n-.:nci-i?.inu ;i!, ���������  point aiiuUl. 10 -Ai-.ttus ���������.r.rln et * ���������������������������iri'-.vr. <"-.  tbe east sii!,i -A Gn;.-.|:*r*r P,fla*.*-h, Lowghim;**,  lolet and nhout ii uiLIco ;*.i-.-f.brai;t cf Tow* ���������  Haad, thencnoi't 20 ehain-:: tlicnc" vt ;.  20 chaiua, to aboro of i-AmV, tin "i*e nfi* l>  20 ohains iloug abore of Inlet io point ni  commencement, and oontaiumg ahoat -_���������;  Rent more or l������aa.  (g.) Tb* purpoaw on wWch tb* wnter is to be u*������ed: Power for saw aud*hii,-  gl*mill.  (h.) If for irrtfation dewertb* the  Und intended to b* trrigatad, giving  acreage ���������������������������...... ���������*...... ^...,.~ ������...������  (t.) If th* wat*r 1* to U xiuad tor  power er mining purpos** tfwcrlb*  the plaee where tbe water ia to k*  returned to some natural channel,  and tho difference te' altitude batwew  point of diversion and point of return. The wa*er in lotnmed into Litujh-  b.<reugh Inlet nrbere tha atream euter* tb������.  Inlet,    biffare.noe in altitudo about COO f .  f j.) Area of Crown land Intended to  .b8_oetupied_by_the_pr.QpOM4_woekB-^���������  40 ������ore������.  Ik.) Tbi* notlc* watt posted on the  twelfth day of November, 191U, aud npi-l -  catiou will he made nu the iifthteentb dny  of Deeemher, 1010, <o the onmmisaio.or.  (1.) Give tbe nnm������* and addresses  of any riparian proprietor* or license* who or whoso land* ar* likely  to be affected by tbe propoead works,  either above or b*low the outlet:  The Davidaou-vVr������rd 'Coni-jany, L d , own  all the TimbT Lh*oDne������ in tba vicitiUy.  There are not any ugiieultiirsl Und* m tho  n������ighborbond and no landa affeoted by the  propomd works.,  Attach    copy of meh parts ot tbe  Company'* memorandum of association as autherlaf '%��������� propossd application and works  (%n������turo)   F.L WARD.  Aj*nt for DnvldRnn-Waril Co. Ltd,  (P.O. oddreii)  I'ill lun icinn Trust BKtj.,  VdiionoTer, B. C,  Extract from th* jiajimtismiM of AHflOoi-  A'l'IO.N ok  tub Ua\i������'.iom-Waiid Com  pany, uairntD,  A Company duly incorporated under tbe  Companies Act, 1897, and amending  A(.tJ, and  Under the Water Clauies Consolidation  Act, 1897 and amending Ard,  OllJltCTS OF THP. COMPANY,  (b) The (acquisition by pbrchaie and re  cord of w������t*r and water power of recorded ur unrecarded water or water privile>--  ei for and the application of such watrr  ani water power for all or anv of the fo>  lowing purposes:    For rcnrlering ������ur!.  water and water onwer availsble for m*,  appliLiition sad dlatnibution bv v-itcim,;  earn*, increaiing the head of  **vat*������i'  in  *ny existing body of w*isr, ur w.eiulir.j*;  the urea (hereof, divfrn--^ '!>'   "���������������������������t'-'-r'.   ���������'  any ureain, pond or bi*.i- n,to ^ny otlur  channel or channels, 1,i-,-v.j;*U  i*-ecinn.  my line uf (liimr pi;      " ;i * '   *'*���������'  ing my ncewajr, i-������v,-*t>;r, or ;������*;*.i>*;! ���������,* ���������,  weir, wheel, building* 01 <>iht-i  .'iv<*i 1  ������������������-  ef wotk which may b������ rri|iiii<-i' ,n emu.,������������������  tion wltb the impuivcmoit imd uie of th*  said vater and water po**er, or '���������>  A,.ei  iny, renewing; extending, improving   u*  p.nrinis' or maintiinmi*   kiicb  uorki r,r  machine I y or any part tberesf,  (t) Tbe uae oi ,v,uet or water po������n  fnr milling, in.inufaciunnK, induitriul and  mechanical i>urps������e������, and in particular  for manufacturing wood pulp nnd p.tpar.  (d) To u������ water and water power  for producing any form ef pswer and tnr  pruducing and geneiatiiiK ^cctricu) *r  tbe purpose of light, hiat or any of nn h  purposes,  (ci Construrtiiif, nperatini; and main  taiiimg eh-uric **<>iki, po������ei linus*i. urn  crating plant, ami turn othar appliauirx  and'cnnvenlnitce* un are nnsviavy *r pro  per tor Kt-neiat ng ������l*i tru ty or <my oilier  '   .        it       t   . .  1   ,     .   .   '   .   ������ r  .   ,  1     *   *       .,.....���������-...*.  nittinr thi- same tn be use ri hv tttr <'> in  |iaiiv nr bf tieuon-i or 1 o������|ior������iuir,������ run-  1 ram'*g with lhe Cuiiipiny tlieielor, u 1  iiuitn r pnwer f'ii nil the pnrpote* ),ir  hIii'Ii ������aier, wriirr poofr, elfdfitily tr  eleiiin io������er dnm-d from water may be  .i*������r>: 1 *��������� >l  n������*il 'if ini"itfd  An Ad in thc Nkws  pays,    Try it.  TAKK V illt'K Uiat William F. ���������*<   nl \ a i:n.t������*,|,   ucuii|itl'nii,  tarp������i,(* ,   ,  imiJv t<> st'i'lv  lor iit-tiiitft.'it l������   piir-'lia--*  v11  VICTOKIA LAND DISTKICT.  ���������      *> *    .... i ���������  Dis net of Savwvrd.  TAKK NOTICK tl������t the Norh P������rj.  tic (.umber Compnnv, Limited, of Harnci,  ll,C,oicupation lumber manufacturers.  intend** to apply for permiision tn Im������s  the followinK desrribed fore*hore on  ("i.i.miSpII l?H*fr ri'fi'ine'if'"' *ii * ","<l  pUnied at the itoilheaM coinei ������f hit oy,  thenc along **liuie Ime in an ra-.teily dire, turn for about ti cbams n; * *-i������*-"*ll  isl.md sh������������n on the pl,,n. thi-m" smith  erly following thr almre linsol l"t W, and  at a dittunre of about a chains ibet(-fi������iin  I* ii)Hi lit 0|i||io������il������ the lioiilir.i-l lOMKi  A lm (ili, tm'elhai n iih lli/* i^-������ tinnrd  bv aalrr wbicb funis ihr  r^tnl,   ,.,sit ! ������h������-lnhoM, g li...*rb..-l  !������*i.la-- i'.*n-.������,.r,r  lying lietwf*n ihe itland and   the m������m-  hind of said lot 67 ss shown rru on   tlie  plan attatbest hereto bin u t in minlcre  *nhtbif ������4Vtj,*.ltif>n ofthe nver,  ['111. N-itt't I'vttk I.f mit i- "'<i. Ltd  Al.t.KsNl������Kt< CllARl.Mosf, Arfent.  |������aic<i 351I1 OiivIjci, 1910.  ,,i,< at ��������� p���������*i |,l������iii.,l ,������t Ur imrtti 1*1* <i ���������.  ner of 14,., I, tncii.e imrUi ��������������������� oiiao������, itiwo  ���������*������t tl'l tn-li*. the ire ���������*n'.h Hit d.������ 11 ,  tk*Bi*r ***l "ft *ti*in*. 11* \*iml tit mm; *  rnerNiwtit,   cii'aHiintf  IHO htm. tuff if  Im. vti.i.iamf.svit;l  Nanm of A|>pb<*ant.  U.i������*iJ-i,. a -, 1'JIO. THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  or Skin  Health  A lifetime of disfigurement and suffering often  results from improper  treatment of the skin or  neglect of simple skin af-  ieetions. Cuticura Soap,  assisted by Cuticura  Ointment, affords the  purest, sweetest and most  economical method of  ���������caring for the complexion,  preventing minor eruptions from becoming  chronic, and speedily dispelling severe eczemas and  other torturing humors,  itchings and irritations,  from, infancy to age.  CaUcura Soap and Ointment are sold by  drarelsts every whoro. Potttr Drug & Chem.  Corn., Sole Prooa., Boston, Mm Mailed free.  Outlcura Uook ua tho caro o������ skin and ������cali>.  STEAMSHIP  PASSENGERS  [ WEALTHY PAUPERS.  | Some   Persons   Lke   In   Workhouses  From   Choice.  ; We have ofton been told that the  idea of going into u workhouse ii so  repugnant to poor people that thoy  prefer to eke- out a miserable existence, in squalor and misery, on a fewj  shillings a week, rather than spend'  their days in a place where they are  nt least assured of a comfortable bed,  , enough to cat, and clean clothing.  And   yet   there  aro folk   possessing  . savings   amounting   to   between   $500  ' and $1,000, who have preferred to live  in   the   "House"   rather   than   in   a  home of their own.   Kor what reason,  whether   for .miserly  motives  or   because they liko tho comforts of workhouse   life,   it   i.s   impossible   to   say;  but the fact  remains, according to a  ' recent   report  of  tho  liethnal   Green  ; Hoard  of  Guardians, that  a  number  of   people   with  money  preferred  the  "Hous,-" to liberty.  It wn.i discovered. Sot instance, that  the wife of a gl.issblower bad a banking   account   of   over   $600,   $500   ot  ; which   was   subsequently  awarded   to  I ihe guardians and the balance to the  husband,  i     .niotiier case was that oi an lrinnue  '���������f seventy-five���������formerly a soldier in  the American Civil War���������who was  i mud to be tne owner of an army pension from the American Government  of $150, a British Government annuity of $150, $700 in a building society, and $100 in Turkish bonds. Of  tiiis tlie guadians exacted $7 weekly  i'>r the cost of maintenance, and the  balance was handed over to the rela-,.  tives on the old mail's death.  Another case was that of a fish-.������t������U  holder of sixty-one, who was admitted  on account of destitution, and was  fjund to have $200 in a penny ban!:.  That the "House" is popular with a  rumbur of elderly folk, who, did they  desire it, couid live in comfort in  homes of tlieir own, is borne out by  several striking cases. An old lady  of sixty-eight was admitted into the  workhouse in July, 1905,. with $100  in the Postoffice bank and $900 invested in Government stock (three  per cent, local loans). She also owned a house at Greenwich let at $2.75  ;>er week.  "Mr*. G ," says the report, "has  remained in the 'House' since her admission, ai,id declines to leave. She  is allowed 50 cent a week pocket-  money, and  is a member of a local  -T-irculiating-���������libraty-_l __SIis__wear3_  her jewelry, which is exceedingly  good, and-.appear* perfectly happy."  Apparently there is no accounting for  tastes of. his kind.���������Tit-Bits.  TWO AND A HALF HOURS  ON OPERATING TABLE.  Specialist   Could   Not   Remove   Stone  In The Bladder.  GIN  PILLS PASSED  IT.  GREAT    BRITAIN,    SCANDINAVIA;  AND  THE  CONTINENT. ;  EXCURSION   FARES   ���������  From Western Canada Daily       j  November llth to December 31st    j  * fi months, limit.  AGENCY  FOR COOK'S TOURS  Write or enll for ticket rates, reservations and  full  particulars. j  A. E, DUFF, !  General Agont, Passenger Dept.,     ]  260 Vmrtngn Ave.     - Winnipeg!  FREE!  ThlJ elegant watch,  item wind nnd net, fancy  engraved joi.ii> Hiivaa  canes, rvu.v ouauan.  rarn. will to jent you  ,FRKK If y������u sell only  13,00 worth ot mir bcauti-  fully colored and emboss.  ei postcards ut a for too,  Theso are the wry latest  design* In Views, Floral,  Holiday, Comics, Ac, Tbe  swlttest sellers,   .lust show  them and take In the money.  Bend your name ami address,  lalnfy written, and we will  end your name ami address.  plainly written, and we will  forward you a package ot  cards ana our blii premium  list. Don'tdelay.Tnr we������lve  tal* extra present for prompt.  TIMS, ,  COIUWGOLUl'ENCO..  Dept,  ^ Toronto, Ont,  Joliotte, P. Q.  "During last August. 1 went to Montreal to consult a specialist as I hnd  been suffering terrible with Stone in  tlm Bladder.  He decided to operate but snid the  stone was ton large to remove' and  too hard to crush. I returned home  and was recommended bv a friend to  try GIN PILLS,  They relieved the pain, J I took  two boxes und went back to tlin specialist, He snid the slime was smaller, but ho could not remove it, al-  though he tried for two hours und n  hulf. I returned home und continued  to take GIN PILLS, and to my grent  surprise and joy, 1 passed the stone,  Ci IN  Pi Ll,8 are lne host medicine  in  the  world, nnd  because  they did  me so nine)) wood, 1  will reeoni'me'iid  then) all the rest of my life," 40  J, Albert, Lessiird.  line a box-Q for $2.r>0���������nt all dealers, and, money back if tliey fail to  give relief, Sample box free, Nation-  nl Drug and Clieinieal Co,, Dept, N,  U,, Toronto,  The inun who invents n euiv for  eolil should be Oiling his coiighei's.���������  Chicago T/ibune,  Payn's Bad Guess.  Although on editor is expected to  know everything, and although hia  store of miscellaneous information td  usually large, yet ther.* are some  things of which be���������if be is an average editor���������bas never heard. Such,  evidently, was the case with Jtinie*  Pnyn, the well-known novelist, when  he was editor of The Comhill. Says %  write in McClure's-.  One day an unannounced culler who  had managed to evade the porter  downstairs opened Payn's door. Hir  hair was long and his clothes were  shabby and untidy. lie bad n roll of  papers in his hand. l'ayn, surmising  a poet and an epic several thousand  lines long looked up.  "Well, sir?"  "I've brought you something about  sarcoma and carcinoma."  "We are overcrowded with poetry���������  couldn't accept another line, not if it  wcrp bv Milton,"  "Poetry!" the caller flashed. "Do  you know anything about sarcoma  and carcinoma?"  "Italian lovers, aren't they!"' sail  Payn, imperturbably.  The caller retreated, with a withering glance at the editor. Under th<5  same roof as The Comhill was the  oflice of n medical and surgical jou--  nal, and it was this that the caller  sought for the disposal of a treatise  on those cancerous growths with tlw  euphonious names, which with a layman's ignorance Payn ascribed to  poetry.  The Busiest Man I.n London.  It is said of lxird Esher, who hna  been criticizing the Territorials, that  he works harder than any man in  London. Certainly "Reggie Brett," a*  he is known to many devoted friends  of his Eton days, lias few idle moments. Mr. W. T. Stead describes  him ns a man of original'genius. "Ha  is not a soldier," he snys, "but he hai  reformed the army; nor a sailor, but  he has done.more than almost any  landsman to keep up the first line  of our defence." He has written much.  too. It may* be remembered that,'together with Mr. Arthur Benson, he  edited Queen Victoria's letters, and  he possesses a wonderful collection of  Court swords, from the days of Queen  Elizabeth to the present day. Lady  Ksher shares her husband's literary  tastes, and has written a great deal  of  verse.  Could we afford' to buy ana give away hundreds of thousands of 50-centrbottles of Psyehine (pronounced Si-  keen) if we-did not know from a third of a  century's experience that it was  the greatest vitality-builder  of the age ?  i     Ton know what It would mean to us  ,   were Psyehine a preparation without  I   a definite, beneficial action.  j      After the flrst bottle which we would  | {buy, no more would be purchased.  ; \   And we would go out of business,  ,But we're oot going out of business,  ]and our confidence that  we're not ds  ibased upon our third ot a century's  experience with Psyehine.  j      Ten  years  after  Confederation we  j   commenced compounding Psyehine.  Since tbat rime, wc have sold manj  millions of bottles.  !���������     We have cured many hundreds of  |   thousands of virulent anr!  oftentimes  |   fatal cases of diseases.  I      We bave in our files many hundreds  ;of   thousands   of   unsolicited    testi-  |   monlals.  i And we have grown from a sma.ll  j beginning to be one of the largest pro-  | prietary manufacturers in ibis coun-  !   try.  i Here then Is proof that we have in  | Psyehine a preparation with abundant  i and demonstrated effectiveness, more so  ��������� than any other preparation we, or any-  | one else, ever heard of.  ! Here then is the reason of our unal-  ! terable confidence in Psyehine. that it  | Is In fact the greatest preparation of  |  its kind in the world.  Here then is why,we have inaueu-  | rated a policy of actually buying hun-  j dreds of thousands of bottles ot Psy-  ! chine to give to those who should use.  To those who are blindly groping  i in the dark for relief from their  j misery;' who may perhaps be using  i wrong methods to recover their health  j and their strength.  i ..****.,  j ILAGRIPPE.  | The greatest and most effective  j agents for the bodily health are the  i white corpuscles, phagocytes.  These white corpuscles eat any germ  of disease thai gains an entrance to the  body, when they're in large .enough  numbers and sufficiently strong!  When they're not sufficiently strong,  the disease germs devour them aud  disease holds the body.  * * *  For centuries almost, herbs, nature's  own remedies, have been the most efficient fee io disease.  We have not known very definitely  just lio.v.  But now science telh us that certain  of these herbs increase the number of  the white corpuscles ana their strength.  These certain herbs are incorporated  in Psyehine.  We go to the ends of the earth for  these herbs���������to Arabia, to South America, to China and to Japan.  . They are compounded In the most  costly chemical appliances in this country.  And the result Is Psyehine���������for a  third of a century the most effective  vitality-builder the world has known.  The one preparation that has cured  many thousands of the following diseases:  Now we don't ask you to take onr  word for the tremendously beneficial  effect of Psyehine. Fill out the coupon below, mail it to us and we'll give  your druggist an order (for which wa  pay bim the regular retail price) for  a 50-cent bottle of Psyehine to be glvea  you free of cost.  We will, undoubtedly buy and dlstrl-  bute in this manner hundreds of thousands of these*50-cent bottles of Psyehine.  And we do that to show our entire  confidence in this wonderful preparation.  A confidence that has, been based  on our 30 years' experience with this  splendid preparation, with a full knowledge of tbe hundreds of thousands ot  cures it has made.  La Grippe  Bronchial Confh*  Bronchitis  ���������Weak Lungs  Hemorrhages  Weak Voice  Pore Throat  Spring Weakness  Anaemia  Early Decline  Female Weaknesi Catarrhal Affection*  Indigestion Catarrh of Stomach  Poor Appetite Night Sweats  Chills and Feven Obstinate Cougha  Sleep'.esaness and Laryngitis aad  N'ervom Troubles Dyspepsia  After-effects ot Pleurisy, Pneumonia ana  La Grippe  COUPON No.  94  To the Dr. T.   A.   SLOCUM.   Ltd.  193-195   Spadina  Ave., Toronto  I accept your offer to try a 50c. bottW-j  of P.Tcbino Ipronounoed Si-keen) at  your expense. I have not had a oOc.  bottl<- of Psyehine under this plan.  Kindly advise my druggist to deliver  this bottle to me.  My Name   Town   Street and Number ..^������.������.  My Druggist's Name.   Street and Number  .  This coupon is not good for a 20c. bottle  of Psyehine if presented to thedrugcisl  ���������it must be sent us���������we vrill then Buy  the 50c. bottle of Psyehine from your  druggist nnd direct bm to deliver it ts  you. Thi* offer mar be withdrawn at  any time without noiice. Scud coupon  to-day.  We believe MINARD'S LINIMENT  is the best:,  'i  Mntbias Foley, Oil City, Ont.  Joseph  Snow,  Norway,  Me.  Charles Whooten, Mulgrave, N.S.  Hev. R. O, Armstrong, Muleravc, N.S.  Pierre Landers, s:ir. Pok-mouche, N.B.  Thomas Wn.sso.i, Sheffield, N. J3,  Is it worth what it costs a mun to be  popular?  A Ready Weapon   Against   Pain.���������  There is nothing equal to Dr. Tnonias'  Eclectric Oil wben well rubbed in.  it penetrates the tissues and pain  disappears before it. There is no  known preparation that will reach the  spot quicker than tliis manic Oil, In  consequence, it, ranks first union**} liniments now offered to the public and  is necorclml first place among all its  competitors.  A gray day is a pay dny that fails  to iiutU.'1'iiiliKe,  Partlnont Query .  "Yes, sir," said tin* pompous individual, "I nlwuy-. pay cu>h for every-  (IlitlK   I   get."  "Dear nn'," exclaimed tin* miiller-of.,  fuel permiti,   "What i,s the mutter villi  yi-ur civilit."  Scott's Emulsion  is a wonderful food-medicine for all ages of mankind.    It will  make the  ''to  :    ' ' *    I  f     t .. t... ,-f rn  ik'llCitU iMtM^  l-i.it/-i   .'.,  and well���������will give the  pair, anemic girl rosy  i hi*rl.-H ;md rich, red blood.  It will put flesh on the  bones of thc tired, overworked, thin man, and  will keep the aged nun  or worn .in in uniditi<>ii tu  resist colds or pneumonia  in the winter.  tor. *������ rr ������r n i. iini'mnmr*  *,,* IV, mm* nf mi**' **<< "'l* **' '***' "*"  hMiHtifui Hitinp llask unit I'miI-I ��������� i������li. i>li ll������,a.  t*w* **** mum * U<*4 Umt l'������,,tii  scorr * aownr.  Ut W������Ui������������w������ tw***, **. m������     lm****, OM  IIS tanta.  She never lul-l her love  Twin llliie to gii,  Hut liiilier, fr ini iibi'tv,  Sunn li I him know,  Minard's Liniment Coros Diphtheria,  LnngunRfs In tbe Bntnh lilei,  lias   anybody   ever   reeknued   bow  many   liiiuJii'igix  nre  ^jxjlieii  in  tbu  ItritUll iAt*-.'' Kim people would put  llu* number as high nn seven. Hut  inke a emi*>in thus.* Knglish, Welsh in  Wall*-, Kr-n in Iri'liind, Manx in tbe  Isle of Man (eliurch Mirviees in Manx  ucr<* 'liMvuitiiiili'd there but recently),  (luelie iii Seiitluiul (six wwtkx iisjo at  Olnin this writer heard maidservant*  gisMping in that Uniunti), Frmieb it.  tlm Channel Islands and Cornish was  hixiken iii Cornwall fur umre reei-nily  iiuui  either liistogiiiis or  Ibe nubile  -I -     * ��������� ' i.,...,,., -  i>i,',>v,     i ,,i    ,,/,,..   . ... ���������:*.,;":'. j*  {,,- il-,,, |triti������h Isles, nml vet the Kn/  lii-huian ih the poori'������i liu-jiiint iu Ue-'  world,--London .Spectator,  Honey With Meat.  old-time    inhabitant-   of   Ktighut'l |  '*" I   >i   ,|i���������,idcdlv   swcriir   1,mil,   limn I  iiin-l   moderns have      in   i uiur ouy������  It   wan  tliii general   practice to  pour j  honey  over  tbe' meat   and   honey  tit I  -tiu'iir was uhi'iI in so many diriie.*. (t.i ,  sny nothing of being mumlcd with tlm {  winei  tbat  it is on  record  Unit  the j  teeth  o|   most  people   were  hlack   iu !  fu! ci|l|eiiec.     Most   of  the  old   i|is||iti4 \  iloiild   he  too  rich   l"-i!;tv,   lur  oy-ter-*  were   ���������ifewed   in   wille,   pigeon*   stuffed *  Wllh    -Jimi-.-ti' H��������� .v.     V-IA" \'f .'���������'[    ill  bulier /un]  mutton   w.i-. .lulled   tvjiii \  OVnlerH,    The Leaning Tower,  The eniupiinlbw uf St. Mark nnd  Pl*u w*r������ built or bfsun In the mam*  century-vis, the twelfth. Tin* h-nn*  Ing tower ta 17t> fe-H inun eml fit fee*  H Indie* in diameter, cyitoOrlcal la,  form, tho exterior entirely built uf  white marble and the Interior of Verruca atuue.  WOULD NOT BE WITHOUT  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Mothers having once u-ed Baby's  Own Tablets for their little ones  would not he without tietn. These  Tablets are n never fni linn remedy  for the little ills sueh as constipation, nolle, worms, enlds, etc., that  afflict so many little ones. And then,  too, they eau be given witb absolute  safely to the youngest child for they  iTe sold undor the i/uanintee of a  Ciov Tunicnt nu lyst to contain no  opiate or other harmful dnnt, Con-  ccrnlim them Mrs, (Vn, Wlmlley,  I'eti'ih'U-o, Onl,, writes: "I have  used Huhy's Own Tnbl-ls for iny little (flrl and have f.-nitul Ihcm In be  of itri'iil value, Othet'.-i t-i whom 1  have reeoiiiinended the Tablets say  lliey would not he without them."  Sold by medicine d"i leis or bv mail  "t 'in cents ii box from The Dr, Wil-  Iiiiuiu' Medicine Co., Ilrorluille, Out,  The inevitable will take euro of ]|.  .self, hit it really do"Mi't matter,  AcRival in the Field  "What have you done with yourj  talking machine?"  ''My wife got jealous of its ability,  nnd made me get rid of it!"���������Judge's  ���������i��������� *  J  ShilofrsGwv  anlekly stops coughs, cares colds, heals ;  tb* throat snd lungs. <���������   ���������   ��������� 26 otata. >  The soul can uso a fine body moro!  effectively than* it can a poor body,!  hut it enn do wonders through ani  biadequate body.��������� Charles" W. 'Kllot.   j  When a girl gets so. along in years'  she lm,s to cut down    her   nge   tho  strongest believer in her figures is her  mother.  Hard and soft, corns both yield to  Holloway's Corn Cure, whicii is entirely safe to use, and certain and  satisfactory in its notion.  One Way to Kill 'Em  Mi*s Timldns���������It's dreadful tlmt nil  your furniture vas burned up,  Mrs. Winter���������Yes, but we got rid of  ARE KNlilS THE  FARMER'S FRIEND  DODD'S   KIDNEY    PILLS    DOING  GREAT WORK   IN THE  PRAIRIES.  y, * ������"     '  Wise Men and Women Know  that most ofthe sicknesses of life come from inactive bowels and  from unhealthy condition of the organs of digestion. If your  digestive system is not working right, your food does not nourish  you���������poor blood and weakness follow; if your bowels are inactive  ���������waste matter poisons the whole system and serious sickness is  sure to follow.    To take promptly  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  Ib to save yourself trouble nnd expense. Gentle, but quick; safe,  but thorough, they enable the bowels to carry away waste matter  naturally and torie up the whole digestive system. They will  not injure the most delicate. They help you to get your bowels  and your digestive organs in that condition when they can  take good owe of themselves and of you.    BeeehauVB PU1������  Do Good Naturally  Forjunaln,B**tlim'iPill*enwitlnlli)���������������������<���������������>. Si.tmltmtkn*withuthb**.  Prepiretl only br Thomo Betchim, St. Htltni, Linoaihlre. EniUad.  Sold tv������r*/wber������ In Cinidt ind U. S. Arotfloi.  la bout ������ emu.   Minard's Liniment Cures  Dlstomper,  The lord mayor of Loudon draws an  annual culnry of $wi,(hio,  Red, Weak, Wenry, Watery Eyes  I Helii'vpil by Murine Kve Remedy  Try Mii'lne (or your l'!yc Troubles  Vou will like  Murine,      It  Smithes  ,50c at Your I)ni''gMH, Write (n- Mvb  Hntilf Vree, Murine Kvo Remedy  n      <v - "f o  A    lot    111    On    llie    Hull     ii'i'itlti-M*    v.*,  jimf can't toleiiitr thing,-, offeii-ivc to  pooil tnnte.  Michael Anderson Joins the Throng  Who nre Shouting their Prnlsea���������  Thny cured His Gravel and Rheumatism. I  Mine Valley, Man. (SpcrinD.���������Mioh-1  ael  Anderson, n  well-known   dinner  Ihing near here, is lidded to tlin number nf those who have sent tlio ory \  echoing  over  the   I'miries,   "Dodd's j  Kidney I'ills are the fitrnici's friend,"!  And truly Mr, Anderson   has  mnanni  to in-aise the great Canadian Kidney [  remedy,   bisti'ii to Iih experielli'i'i        i  "A  strain  i.nd  a bnd cold Htiirti'ill  my Iroiihlcs,"   says   Mr,    Awlorson,!  "nnd for twelve long years I wiih ii *  victim  of  Kidney Trouble,  lllieuinn-!  tism   and   liriivej,     Doctors   ntluiideil  me, and I tried many tnedieiiiCH, Initj  tliey did not, cure me,    DoiIiI'h Kidney   I'ills ellled   llie  ill  lens  tllllll  ulie  month," I  It is easy to do nnytbilig wlli'li you*  know how, Mr, Anderson went right*  tu flie root of his trouble. Ib cured I  his Kidn-ys by using Dndd's Kidney |  Pills, and wiih the rout, gone the other;  (linr'tlMi* ilisippi-lireil, Dodd's Ki lliey,  I'illi always make beallby kidneys^  Innd with beiiliby kidneys, yuu 11111,1,  ( ii,i-,i    Ul,. .,������������������;. )'*,;(,   ..;   C.I* iv, 1  ! Confirmed Hit Guen  ! A crowd of small boya wero niith'Tetl  j about the etitriitii*i> of 11 eireiiH b-itt In  nne of tie sniiill cities In New llatltp-  ������  ill.    ���������,���������    .'...,,   '���������.,'...,.   I .   m   -   ::  r-'"!'"  jof the interior.   A mini standing nenr'  .watched Ibi'in 11 fi*w mntncnlo: then,!  walking   tip   to   the   Ueki'Miilier,   be:  siifdi I  "bel  nil  these  lm>v  in nml  ennui j  them iih they puss,"  The man illd ns requested,.yiul when;  i lie   lji.il ,,ii" lui'l goin* in la1 turned I  and said; ,  "Twi-ntv-i-lirbt." I  "(loo I," .said the man: "I vii***������*i'il-  jn*t right," and  wnlkeil  of|,--IMiila-i  ill'lpbtfl  Ledger. ;  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  We are   everywhere with tha   standard goods,  Paper and Matches are our specialties,   Let us  know your wants���������we'll do the rest.  TheEB.EddyCo.L1d  HULL, CANADA  TEES A PER8SE, LIMITED, Assnts, Winnipeg Oidnary, Edmonton,  Rsglna, Fort William and Port Arthur. ,  The Sensual Man  Those who know not wisdom ami  virtue und nre nlwnys busy with ������liit-  tony mul Keiiaunlity K<i <l"\ni nnd up  iwiin nn tnr nn the menu; nml in thin  space they move at minium throimb-  out life, but thev naver piiHH into tin'  tiite upper world, thither tiny neltner  look, nor do tliey ever find their wny,  neither are tuts i-.ii iillol  ���������������'*������������������ ''"���������  l���������.;i,*-,   li*,r   dn   thev   tiiate  of   tl'lte  Hllll  iihidlntr |iieiisiire,���������I'bitot.  ' How Sbe Earned It  ' "Cultivate n littlo more KtiiiHliiue in  * ymir diipo-sitioii, my ilenr," wild .Mr,  1 Dnliblcy. "llappiiteSH ami Hiici'ess In  life depend upou the quantity of rnya  \ ntle emits." '  I   "Very  well,  ,lo|ui,"    replii'd    Mrs,  '���������tnbhl'.v. "Cli do my In-sf, but I think  \ I'd be happier innl more succfmsful in.  I .   Or.    t.'i'"ir*di*i   If   yon   would   emit   it  ' teti-dollnr mine in my allowance."���������  I lliirper n Weekly.  M  W. N. U., N������. III.  Regardlett of Price  I   Toltlimr���������Would you elan* tin* Inn;  jiimnrijr Hon-* bin Is? ,  i     IHlldiltU    HUii:,    Alv:  V,i   nal foil*! of  j h������*r lay I*  i   He In n discreet  nuin who  nltowH  1 tin* other Mlow to tell all th������ lies.      '  No better cigarette the world over than THE'NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  \������  WHK Dye Pot ai^Stei>dlBrMsK  Woofen*  THE time of year Is upon us when  It Is necessary. to think of the  transformation of  last ' spring's  clothing    Into,  this    fall's.      Nothing  ln this 'work is so important as the  dyeing and coloring of fabrics before  making over. Besides this, there are  always methsds of rejuvenation by a  careful fuse bf stencil paints and water-  "colors.     ���������-������������������^��������� ,  Garments may be dyed entire or they  may be ripped apart and dyed in  breadth. The latter Is better for skirts,,  long coats, etc.; but it lis quite easy to  dye blouses, ribbon trimmings and  things of that sort just as they are,  without ripping them.  Different directions come with the  various prepared dyes, eaoh of which  has It's own. best methods.,. General in-  foi'mattoii', TioWever, fcaSh' be ;given. Tho  dye is usually mixed with boiling water  Jn a tub or pot that will not be hurt  by discoloration; nnd two stout sticks  are used to keep Hie hnntjs from the  liquid,   Rubber gloves should be worn.  Dip the material evenly, being'sure  that It ls tlu-roughly permeated by the  dyetiefore removing lt.*,_For some varieties it must be left to soak overnight.  Finally, take It out with the aid of the  sticks and hang It on a line in the open  air to drip without wringing or squeezing. Only In this way'can you avoid  Streaking, ,  There aro usually different dyes for  cotton and linen and for wool and silk,  as vegetable materials take dye much  less quickly than animal fabrics. It Is  never possible to obtain' the same rich  shade by tho use of the wrong dye aa  every fabric.  , The great question of dyeing Is that  of color. In general, velveteen and a  few woolen fabrics are the only  goods that will dye to even dark  colors. The important thing ls to  make the shade always darker than  It has been. Of course, one phase of  dyeing is simply the restoration of  color���������the rejuvenation of the shade  always present.  Jn dyeing to another color the following rules . should be observed:  Blue and purple will not' dye,over  yollow or orange, nor navy blue over  brown, Green will not dye over red  or brown. Seal brown, scarlet, crimson, cardinal and turkey red and garnet will not dye over green, nor the  first two named over blue or Blnte,  Crimson will not dye over purple or  old gold, nor yellow over purple or  slate. Golden brown, pink, orange and  gray will not dye over any dark  colors. Black Is the only shade that  will dye over everything,  Of course, figured goods will dye  solid, though sometimes tho stripes  or dots will come out a lighter shade,  In considering the color, you must  have regard to every shade In tho  goods.  Sknci/ e Tafcwonthe tf&  Often tho dyes cannot be obtained  tho exact shade desired, and two or  more must be mixed. Here are some  of tho commonest combinations:  Apricot���������orange and green; bronze-  dark brown and green; cerise���������pink  nnd brown; ecru���������orango nnd brown,  diluted; maroon���������purple and crimson;  old rose���������one pnrt nf pink to two pnrtH  nf    brown,     diluted;     salmon���������pink,  orange  and brown; tan���������dark b own  and orango,  All sorts of materials enn go Into  the dye pot; feathers nre the only  things with whjch the amateur does  not seem to succeed. Silk stockings,  inalino and net i-ulfs, even leather  slippers, dye easily. Straw hats find  In this method an. easy means to rejuvenation,    One   precaution   must   bo  IP YOTJ have a collection of empty  boxes lin Uio storeroom taking up''  room and nothing moro,.bring tliom  out Into the practical light of day and  make them Into ri/ccpbiol.oa of any slue  and for varying ]>ui*i>ohos. It ts aeton-  lulling how many opportunities for nt-  tractlvo' cablnots or holders nro knocking at your door. Tmt boxes, pnoklns  boxen, 'even pnmebmiml forms are available .iml come bravely to the rescue of  -    ,.,.,.  tf  /  iiIhIici] surface; and any wood oan bo  hidden beneath crash, cretonne, burlap  or ilcnlm,  Te yonr rescue, then, come the boxes  Unit have too lung been useless,  It Is your business, O practical nno,  to avail yourself of tho ehutieus that  are pointed out to you.  Km,  t_______*_T*  /  /g?:'  the lusltatln-ar lioinwkeopor who would  Willi��������� them,  Prom four tonne .boxes a otise fur boot*  and shoe* is (Mindly Hindu, l'laco them  -with Mm long sin-foci's tn������elli������*r uiul  nail ono above tho other, an shown In  l,t,     ..1,   ,  i,      *T"v   <-i--V     -"   (' ;'   r  mirf-nciw thin cardboard, ho *liot the Hna  of Junction will bo cniK't-iiiei!, and (Male  a covering of cretwuio or chlnu.  Tti* tlireo lower cnmpiirtmemt* will  nnld vour ahoea In neat linos, whlln  polish, bnuliui or other oooe������Morl������a for  the repttlr of hoots can he kept on tlm  top stunt. Tlio wholo enn bu enliven-  lenity pushed Into a closet,  Arranged on the swastika plnn la tbe  ���������quart cabinet that gives live compart*  ment* from four boxes, All muat be  the same sine, and lii-st result** are oli*  talned when the length Is twice the  Width. Fallow the lines nf the drawing.  Nail inch box to the adjiu-out ones, and  ���������tain th* whole to harmonise with the  'itiilluit. ot tba mum. It nmy b������ u������wl  ���������* a porch cublmtt, t kltclwn bos, ������,  convenient reeeptnclo for tools or for  toya, If you bo vorsed In tho art of  wood Joinery, you will add doors to  each part and mako this doubly valuable,  Prom three boxes a window sent enn  bit linprovlH il iliui Is uiovalile mul in  tills matter Is more desirable tluin the  siiitlunury idinl. Place two mont boxes  on tliuli- smaller oihIh, uiul n third  (which may bn as lung iih year whitlow  permits), yuu will plm-n bet ween and  mill at the sldi-M tu the end iuh'H. If  a lid be attached tu llie central one,  sn inueli tho botter. Ana nge mo that  Mils (Min bo, tho convenient receptacle  for miMs mid ends that endears a window sent to thu heart of any practical  woman.  Cover tho whole wllh ilenlm, If you  wish, yuu mn stencil a ilc.lgu iipun thu  sides, of this movable sunt, Allow tm*  Hlinrt, curtains at each Hide uf tlie window.    A  pillow  of tlu same  material  -i... I  71  mimmmlStmmwAmta  S  ���������Amm^mmmmmmZ  /  JL  ft*  ul   wltnttn-Mi*  Af  S"���������V  11,1,1 >..ie ,.i,  llphlful     tl tl 1������tl     te     voir     linrne-m*i,1e  bench.  From tiny wooden boxes n Ion* ease  for the bureau Is easily mude, with  steel mills attach them In a. long row,  Covor with tnpeitry and gold galloon.  Pasta silk or soft leather on thi Inner  ���������urfsce before you tack on the gulmpo,  and nn prettier homem-ulo nrtlelo could  bu wli-liuii for.  Sandpaper Is excellent to rub down nil  rough edge* nr surface*! it wux nnmh  U good If you do not care for u vur-  Over 400 Perfumes  Ii 10 .ill tllll lolillg iioiik in know  llml ("Mill -|,... I,.- ,,f yt.,���������,. ,,,.,,  Ktilllf-reil nnd used fur coriniuircliil  purposes In IJuropo, Of theso Mn  loiv,. it |., r'.in,,- ������liut I* plctslng, uiel  enter largely Into the manufacture of  scents, soups und sachets.   There ure  uu,I*,.   ,i|i,.cli,.<   ,,f   ii'lilh-   ll,i������*,T"   ettth-  ���������*n,l (ban of ti rt y oilier color 11 i'I,  Of these 1K7 have nn agreeable scent,  nn extraordinarily lurgc, propiii-ilua.  Ncxi in order conic yellow bl"ssottis,  wllh OR|, seventy-seven of tbem being perfumed, lied tlowers number  tin, nt which eighty-four nre scented,  The li|in> flower* lire of .'Jit v-irlril,'i  thirty-four of which  are  perfumed,  lilnl the vlnli-t blossoms nilttllier .'IOI,  tbirieen of which ure pleasantly  odoriferous,  YOUR PICTURES  TITF3 pictures that hang on tho  walls of our rooms speak eloquently of us. They are also  silent factors In the molding "f tliut  part nf our ohnrncters that Is In-  fungible, but necessary to happiness���������  tho esthetic side,  Wiii'ii selecting pictures a. very Im-  portnnt thing to be considered Is tho  framing.  A poorly chosen picture, or a good  ono unwisely rriuned and hung, will  rauso more discord than an Inhiii'inuni-  ���������us color, lAirliiuiiio Indeed Is she  who Htiirls wllli nothing worse than  bare walls, or a troublesome present  or two from Home friends who recognize thn claims of art, bin whoso  sense of appreciation Is limited i������>  iniul*, llliuiuiHs nml a liiimlMomc frame,  iiiii- selection of subjects Ih almost  unlimited, Inn It Ik Id this selection  that the danger lies, Wit limit absolute conlldeiice 111 one's own lasln  and knowledge, tin- sulest uiul linnet-  est     llt'lll     lll'S     III     llie     Cllpli H    III'     tllll  world's nrt treasures, l-'iuthcr nud  further sillily iiwukfli* an ii|i|i|-ecln-  tlutl uf one ureal miiMcr nfter iilinllief,  until uni' walls show the best ex-  ii inpli'H of them nil.  l*'ol* a lover of lhe Kluielitlne ���������elinol  tile    |iUI'i>,    lender    floes   of   tllii    Hot-  tleclll .Miiilnnnns, l,oili In the Nnilonal  iinllery nml In the l.oiivre, never 1oh������  their fiisi-liiiitloii.   In llm Hiime iiiuui In  lhe l.nllVI'e, Willi lie* nlllloHl loo im,pillar Mona l.lsn of l.i-onanlii dn Vinci,  In atiotlii'l' by tin* miii, ili'UhI, IiIh  Hit Iti t Anne, full of his own peculiar  fusel tin tlmi unit elinrm  licsnieH  no,  iiiiistci'iiiii'is  iu   whicii  Ml,. Iinncoi I'Icmim' f, "r,.*il,-| Hi*-",.  Hill  till)  I'HStflll   lllllllHl l!|H'���������  Hint   Slllllllll  lie friiiueil and hitnn In eh,. Ho* liu-  tiresslnn of nn open window, beckon-  Inn   Ihe   i,nlo,>1(, r   Into   th.*   uettdows  and woods beyond.  observed with this: after the, straw  Is dyed, do not let it drip, but rinse  it In cold water to set the color until  the water-runs clear. ���������  A pretty way of treating a dyed;  hat is to stencil lt with the stains  sold for that purpose. A cut stencil  is not needed, but the design should  b~e~d ra"wn~i ir-jrenet."afrd-tlretr-covered-"  with a soft, flat brush. This stenciling (so called) can be applied also to'  belts, tunics, yokes and sashes, and,  ln fact, to any article which ls not  large epougb, to ^require tha, regular  cut-out stencil, ',       ������������������'..-  The subject'of'palntlng garments In  place of embroidery might well take  an article by itself. 'Nothing is more  attractive than a lingerie gown .vlth  the flower design touched in color  a hnnd-palnted wreath or cluster of  blossoms on a chiffon scarf or a pastel  ribbon. The girl who can do this  work should count herself fortunate.  A charming phase of this art Is the  emphasizing of loco motifs by picking  out the pattern in delicate color���������perhaps only n cream on white, or perhaps a more definite shade, giving the  offect of a dipped Jnce. Dn Mils work  with a fine camc'l's-luilr brush nnd the  stencil dye,  Water colors may also play their  pnrt In the freshening or garments,  Ono girl of my iicqwilnUilice nlwnys  (ouches up the faded (lowers on her  lints, making tliom as good ns new  again; and the Idon may ho npplled  tn other accessories of tho same sort,  such as colored figures on un washable  goods,  feathers,   funs, etc,  Ko the maiden who dyes and stains  and paints may well rejoice In hor  .knowledge of that useful craft, and  her less wise sister would bettor loum  lt speedily, for It If n prime factor In  thn methods of the economics] ninld,  and the few stains on hnnds nnd arms  Unit aro m,only drawbacks are onslly  removed with pumice nloiiu no,!  lemon, And m���������anwlillo your reluve-  nntod garment Is drying op 'lie llmi!'  Paris Fashion  Notes  PARIS.  WHICH do you prefer today, a  stroll through tbe ureal  ateliers, with a privileged  glltrpse at the openings that,  are held exclusively for the ������������������trade." or  out on thc great thoroughfares where  Paris suns itself, laughs, Is gay���������and  beautiful?  Never mind; let us view the passing  throng In the glory of this autumn day  and learn a few tilings.  There is the narrow skirt very much  in evidence. The use of three or four  - broad tucks at the lower part of tho  skirt, hrer.klng up the plain deep hem :  effect, is quite prominent. Medallions  of wooden embroidery or wooden beads  are placed on this type of edging, overlapping the slightly putted upper part of  thc skirt. These plastrons are placed  in* front and at the back of the skirt  and help lo break the monotony of tbo"  straight line.  Beads! How they are used! Opaque  beads are worked on white voile or  marquisette, so that, from our place, the  design loohs as If embroidered with dull  silk cr wool. And voile and marquisette  are certainly favorites for frocks and  for blouses.  There goes a Poiiet model. We know It  by the oriental embroidery and the hint  of the Japanese tbat be loves to exploit.  It is indeed appropriate that that lovely  blue and geld creation should enter  "Le Pavilion Chinois" at the entrance of  the  Bois.  How do you like the new hats? They  are Just ns becoming as the. mushroom  of other days. The bell-shap'ed crowns  are quite high and the trimming is at  the back. Wings, are decidedly the trimming for the less ornamental type, although plumes continue to nod a triumphant favor. The speckled ones are  the newest.  The return of thp empire line ls an  established fact. Women like It, for  they are given a dignity and added  height. So the little "trotteurs" show  the   slightly   raised   belt,   the  coats   of  Tailored suits have suggestions of" high"  lines by modifications of the back  pieces', nnd the afternoon jrowns have a  decided tendency, especially -at the back.  Bui there goes a very new tailored  mlt of blue cheviot. The sailor, collar  is one of the new notes, ln this case ut  bluck satin;: the coat Is longer thnn  summer models, and the cutaway'/effect  nt   the  front   is  another  mark  of  the  tall.  Striped suitings nre the rage, while the  surface of most fabrics Is rough, which  menus Hint runny of tbe autumn suits  will he s'mplc In cut nnd trimmed with  tint  brnld cr thimble silk.  There goes a smait riding habit along  the etivaller'B path, lt Is ot khaki,  trimmed with leather, and a leuthcr  vest, mntches the stiff snllor of tan.  Afier nil, this material has earned u  decided place in the favor of the fair  equestrienne of this city. It Is much  more chlo than cloth and not half sa.  dusty.  l.ct uh wander nlor.g nnd stop .mat for  n few muuitos at iho "Cntelan." There's  it lovely afternoon gown In pomegranate  voile with a bib effect In front, covered  with silk embroidery nml wooden beads.  A black Hiitlu girdle Is passed through  Blots ii.nl drawn up to n Jupnnese bow  at tho hack, Quite unusual, Isn't It? A  double skirt fall* to the ground, bunded  In by rows of square plaques, beaded,  of   eillll ce.  (in Iln* whole, It has been profitable*  hasn't il? Ki.Oiaii.  I  Buttons  P I'M III, hiittoiiH lend In fiver ns  trimmings and for practical use In  tho full styles. They are In white,  bluck, mother-of-pearl, and dycil kIkuIch,  Most nf these buttons nrn very largo,  neiir.ly all In eighteen und twenty lino  sizes,  iJeiM'glolin ami cop shapes 'ire seen,  W'th fii|>o, even m* liliiek-rlil|lilt-i| eyelets,  lifluil Hie ai-tlllcliil Ivory buttons lire  dyed lu two coitii-s, or lu blink and a  color,  Mel *i- hot tons, hki^hicinl passetnen-  ti'lles,   me   litritely   llyxiintlne   III   effect,  Dull brown, antique gold nnd silver nnd  liatlluerc) <-o|i|icl* n|*e Miotic of llie t,(.  ter n hh'ittn, iii-ii.iii,\ hi shell palicm.  (I hi  ml  nml figure*���������-polar  lieai",  etc,--iiioiinii>i|  in silver,  pechiby   ilchlvned   lur lur  porceliiln    liutloiiM   nre  WiilV't'H,     llogW,  These lire es-  ������*iio I m     A   f,*w  iil;oi   shown,  When Stamps Stick  IN TII IB hot weather live minutes  from iiiwtulllce to hi'ine wl'.l joinVe  to stick ii sheet of pextigi- mump*  together In Si-emliiMly li I" I'-*'*' fiishl"!!.  When this occurs dn nnt *-"nk thuni  npni't and then spend 111...11 ,*i< und untidy hoars In plINlIng tln-in on invclnlies.  IllSleol      |,l.l-i'    Ihi'-ii       ���������      " -      I -i- i ���������:������������������  imu I'd uiul iiiii ii hot fi.tt.I*,-,ii -\*r iiuui  The slumps will seimrntc wlttum' removing lhe inil,-l!ii|fe  The    lt,t||ll>    |y    1*|(,     (1f    ,.,,|r.i-     nt      mv  superfluity of j,lWin. |��������� m������.pn luiu of tt  tM'ok, etc.  pointed In KM.vpliitn pm terns,  Aiming  iiiivciiji m,  |n i���������l,iiitH,  in imun-  tlons of Jewels, no,I email I'liH'll und.rfltl*  Iflliixs bullion .in* ,,|T"ii'il  "NT ��������� TT'    1  4-tCW   Liiutiivvcai  fl'}''***'   ���������- <���������' <"      ....,-        ���������������    ."   *...i.,.l,o  I   . neceuHlt tit, ;,  iiiilt.ir iiiii't'owliig of  ���������A*     Ullderweii   to roiifoiin  I,, the  new  lines,  iJinAors, of limine,  enmo  undtr  IIiIm lir'.lilliu, ,pi,,t i.ilinu.h oiKl. tiio'.ts  Ilieihi.ilH have In -ii di'ii-i-'l to urn row-  iii,.,.,  '('.'oy nre ui.ole, f.,r in-l.tin*,*. up n yoke  top, with wide. !||,i-!ili:tin.l leg. Again,  Slo'i o| ca on te, nn,., |,,,m clued with  v Ide line iiti,| fiiv|,.|���������',,| ,,t ii���������. m.|,, ���������f  I'.- leg wiu, rjliiM.-o, nr inun t.^ Ami  smne .tie iii'nc witli ii lttili*i-,i*ili'n*|(i-r  bun' licit f*iM.ti������ |.������',,w Ur ini' i,n,| n  llnlslicl wifh ft r-ift'i-���������" i-e ������������������������������������,��������� | ui-ii  In, t.i i i"o ,  Allo-e'bei*,   |i���������   iimliiwi'ii   ,,,,*���������   luivs  ttllu      f.'lll      ���������!,,,,J*   (I,        ,..!.. ,,     ,|,      ,,,,  > tf li ll-, |,..���������.. |. ;,! ��������� . ih , ,i,,..^-lf,.fi  will, I lie empire guwn.  Milk for Cleaning  I" KKKMti cruiil Irony lo tell you to  clean house, with milk whon It It  so high even for those who wish to  drink It; but sour ami skim milk and  hiittnrinllk nn; Just as |������uod for this  purpose, no It Ih not ao expouutve as lt  hounds,  lliitternillk Is the bent possible thing  in iiiim liM'lcu n innl oib.loth, Ju.il  mop It up with a soft cloth, and  wuich .In* iilrl .tnkeii ott by the nppll-  eitlloll,     About   oncu   a   WOOk   Is   utten  ���������-in iiuh for ihe cleaning,  Kiihei skim or smir milk will make  iiililiir-iilniils grow, \Vie>h the leavos  with a soli cloth In milk and water,  spoiii'lng iiuh off eaielully Insltlc and  out, nnd pouring the i-emnlatlcr ef your  basin Iiiii, ibe ground of tbe tub, Thu  pin al grows ntul' i drives no ll,  Milk, well iilblieil Into the wood,  makes a  good    furniture   polish also,  keeping lhe bIiIiij kiii In,,. In gnntl cu|u||.  tlmi Vou do it'll lie-it frei|i|(nt trttit-  meats���������nt ItoiiseclcinlliK time Is often  enough,  lin Inn tile Hire* wa>a, ut lettsl, of  using tin- iift-nviir nnd k|ioil,,tl c ii-  itnis oi tin* milk iilt'lnr,  Turning the Clock  AHOUT tt year ago all America nnd  KtiKliiii'l ������<ie talking .tbnui tlt������  new rloi k  Idi-.i- Iilllillig tin, clnik  ��������� -' ...'-.-.     , ,     .,.,,,    ,/t,, ft  itifiln In wliiKi*   ������n ttint iti��������� wi���������,ip ../,n���������  > I ,v   Wioilil   Klnp  wneit  t|   wilt  tltrk  unit  mak    wlun    tl   was    Unlit,    'riots,  w������  u'.-.l'l ri-, it wh*il w:n r'-.ii'y f, i--,t t���������������.  ,'nik would coll || i|, ;,n<| retire "lit f),  b;H  ll lm k  would ������,iy  ID.    Then-fore,  All! ,, il    ��������� i. iM.'Ot.t   mil    ,t ,,).-   1, il,.' ,     ������ ,.  ���������������������������������������������'���������������      i     -i.   ���������",   ���������   ,   i, ' , .'t ,,     ihi  , l   ,*   II,   ; lulliin^tf.ni.  The |,I������M  ts.tm lliluiitilicl  litt'i, th,-  Mrll-  -       ,',!   I. ,���������le-l      I,,.|    f    i, -.1      ,,   lu-     .!,!,.    ,|  l.iw. T-Ao cities, however, tii|,tj.t,'.| It ���������  J Itiiillo'li.iin,    l*,iij!.nnl     and   lin    iiii.,H,  I *    III    It -III   tried   ill   ���������������������������'-���������   t-l   ,-Itlli.i ,-  ;������     - i  t1,,* ncoti'i'. hot puilili'- upliiliin wa*  .iM,ili.������i   It   tioil  imw   ll   lit* I,-, it   wlecly  .ll *.|   ��������� .lull, I         ll     IS     lillllt'!     .1     j.!l I'ill*      tut  '���������   ;   ,      ,       ,,!(',,���������     i'i"         '*      -   :>,-  i , ii.,���������:!,! I,.i..- I....-H t.ti....;:,! ;,, ,*������������������ Us  nilllti  ll.,,, . '*, i     I , r.    I'   i ������������������������������������'-   ���������������������������    "1 ������������������ - 1*  ,1 ���������   ,    , nu* I' ,       ,., [, t ���������-������������. I i ������������!V������  ��������� rlieoir'   tnifi;;s It up igtiln THE flEWS, CUMiSERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ���������     - -       . i, *      .      -.    - -. ^_ _  , BJ-otKraMBee-f -t*t_t\ '������������������it in ���������whim    ma  " -T*w*r���������iMiit:nra bumtjsumjMm.mA   ma  ������  THE FURNITURE STORE ||S  mam -^*>t-iiw     fin wiib ���������n navi miiwi mi*.-mJ*mmmmmtnemmi'mnmim *���������*i������tm^ ��������������������� ���������������**���������'**-���������**'������������������**'"���������"*'���������)  4 l_     1  -I  .^'aililltlllirM^  yiKIIWM*^*  a  FOUR  USEFUL PRIZES  From now until Xmas Eve at io p.m. every dollar cash j  purchase, or paid on account, made in 4*The FurnitureI  Store," entitles you to oue chance ou one of tbe following]  prizes:���������  1st prize,,...MusicCabinet value $12.00  2nd prize Sea grass Rocker..value      7.53  3rd nrize-.-.Chocolate Set value     300  4th paize... Biscuit Bowl value      2.50  No person shall be entitled to more than one prize.  A. MoKINNON  Mcl'hee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  vsa*  SuAm  The glad, joyous  festal   time  draws   near,   and    unnumbered  hearts are beating in   delightful  anticipation.    Store windows are  decrked in holiday  at ire,      The  holly and evergreen hang iu festoons, and the wonderful  Christmas tree is gradually putting  in  appearance,   Cheery voices ring  out   in   rehearsals of sou;; and  chorus   for   celebration    night.  Merry  Christmas   will soon be  here, and  Christmas songs   are  songs of peace.   Christmas greetings are greetings of good  will.  How   they   soften   hard {hearts,  purify base desires, sweeten bitter  thoughts, and make every deed  purer and holier; every wish kind  and .tenderer. Let hearts expand;  syinathies enlarge, and good will  _reig������.__JLet  benedictions   drop  from  lips and  substantial gifts  fall   from   overflowing   hands.  Make  cheerless homes radiant,  and hopeless hearts to thrill with  unspeakable gladness,   * Forgive  your enemies,     Bury the   past,*  Rise above the mean aud   petty  -resentments which you may have  harbored against thn.se who have  uot used you well.    Re generous.  Get resdy to start thc New Year  with more kindly  feelings  and  more noble   ambitions.      Make  the Christmas of this year a day  to which you can   always   look  back with pleasure aud gratitude.  Peace and good will  unto you,  dear reader, and a Merry, Merry  Christmas to all.  Place your Christmas orders for  Shortbread, Fruit Cukes aud Fruit  Loaf, with   Maroci'lii   Bros., wow.  Plaee your Christmas orders for  Shortbread, FruitCukes and Fruit  Loaf, with Maroechi   Lh'uts.,  now.  Intending Xmas buyers, should  visit The Big Store. Their stock  of Xmas Goode is unequalled in  Cumberland.  BJiiTIl���������At Cumberland, 1>������'C  7th, to Mr. and Mis. K. C. Kuulo  a daughter,  CUMBERLAND HALL j  WEDNESDAY and  THUKSDAY  Latest Bison feature  4(A Miner s Sweetheart*  With Imp. and Riograph features.  mmmmm**m*k%mmmmmmemmmmmmmmmm  FRIDAY and SATURDAY  Ten nights in a 'Barroom  |  AND���������  '-_.'.  I    cA big buffalo Hunt,  j    One of the best Hunting features ever  I shown here.  %i������i������t������iiitSiiiiiiii;wM^  1 CUMBERLAND TAILOR' 1  S. ISAKA. PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  t_  GO  _)  *&  (jy  (jo  Jasper Lidstone loft by Sunday's boat en ronte fur Merrill, ll  C., the home of his parents.  B .Cbutter.  General Blacksmith  Horseshoeing a Specialty.  Third Ave., Cumberland  *'I-4^rM'-HwlSW*4^*t'MHI"^hH''vMi  a  mm]  Mr Thomas Edwards, of Vancouver returned to that, city on  -Suiiday.,,ji������ter_aJj3j������^,^  this city. Mr. Edward* who wus  a former resident here, left for  Yancourer about six yenrs uf><> to  engage in business, where hy his  business ability lie lias hiuv.eeihnl  in placing himself oii"em*y -street'".  Christmas is eminently the  children's day. From the gray  of early dawn���������it is the only day  in winter wheu their eyes open  at that hour���������at the latest hour  at night, let everything give  way to tbe little autocrats whose  tyrany Is courted by every man  aud wotiuu who haa any of the  essence of love in the   breast.  Rmnp and tumble aud shout  wall them. "When another  Christmas comes some of them  will not be here, nnd those Ihnt-  are will be by out* yeai that much  iuttlfr from the toyalty that  totli sit fittingly become them.  Cluismas is for the children���������let  everything Ixnd to their enjoy-  ment.  Mr. Bert Stevem-on left hy Sun  day's boat for Victoria.  Mr. T. Bickle, M Uses' L. and  II. Bieklo and Ruth Clinton arrived home bySutidiiy'c bo.it.  The town presetted a busy ti|i ���������  pearance on Sat unlay nioht nnd  our merchants report u-iod  bust-  SPATES  The TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  Ladies' Work  a Specialty.  8  ������  ^ 2  ������ o  D  ft  0  I  ft  ef  vi  ���������Ul  O . ro  Em  in  f-t-v  rO  r-r  G  n  /N  Q-  3  >  QTQ  ro  rX  The annual 'statement of the  Canadian lUmk of Commerce for  the year ending 30th November  nesB.    A train was   np  frmn   I'.; Uist. shows the net profits for the  nion Bay, bringing a lar-t>e liiiin-  b������r of Christmas purclwnw*.  year, after providing for all had  and doubtful debts, at ������1,838,065  the greyest in the history of the  The amount on deposit  haul  with this institution at the dose  of business ou the 30th of November, ;wiw $126,83425353,  while the assistance rendered by  'Go t<> father," ������ho md, when  Among tho oiitenir,|������ pawon-  gors hy S. S, Cowichnii hint Sun-  day, w������re Alias Wall, hitn of the  public school staff, and Nf m Pike  late milliner at the Hitf Store, , , ,    the bank in the developmeitt  of  m t ���������*  T ���������. ,   .,        **    1        1 the country is shown to some ex-  I wiin all my fr������������������i������ui* anil ens- . , ...  tomm anwrry OhrUtmu lUl(, u|'ent by the cnnenl Joans and d.s-  happy New Year. jC0U1"s wh,,cJ ������UmA*1 591,8;1^  nt ,   v   1 !,i.i������>.T.i      The total assets oT the  Chin leiik, . *      .    ,    .                          ,  ���������    ,   , ,   ,, ,, j bauk reach uie immense mtm of  Sandwick, !,.(, j^^,,^.    These fi^ues  , r!~~  'attest   not  only  the  continued  NOllCh ;growth   and   prosperity   of the  fet,amrrMowich,tti' Wm Van .,y% )>m U|e em)r���������  uouvor on Friday IWmh.r M*;mom tIfll,sactions uf this great  id 8 p. ,o. mtwl of S������t.ml,.y,for |fi|wn||BC,al imMw, * branch  Nanaimo Denman  l.lund.l ���������,,.., !of wliic|| mt WCC||U 1 ,���������  Bay and Ooiuox, '"l'",,,n,in^ Cumberland,  loavitH Comox 011 Siitnrd ty |)eci'in  icr Sltli, at noun, itKciiil nf Sun.  rt)  |_2������L  *"     -  2. cr  *-m*.  o  o  a-  t,  3  ft  ���������i  ������  ���������3  i  9  Ladies' aud Gentlemen's Suits Made  to Order  from $20 to S35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  Merchant  K. A1DA  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OQRtDB TO   ORDHH R^D  If! ANY STYLE YOU UllStf.  PERECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CU M BERLAND, -       - B. C.  vvvvvvv*^vvvvvv^^v^������vv  ywv^^^^-^^w^  \mmmmmm.mmmmm*mn\  Bese/ve $5,700,000 I  Capital $5,000,000.  i  The Royal Bank of Canada.  >  in  *  to  .3"  0  1  t  0  0  I DRAFTS   ISSUED  IN  ANY CURRENCY.    PAYABLE   ALL ������..  | OVER THE WOBLD. _\  | SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interen 1  I ut highest Current Rii'.ttu allowed oti UepopitB of $1 and upwards. |  ^-~��������� ���������c'DfltBERXAND.^.jO^.JBta.nch. Open Daily. ______ ������  COURTENAY,   B.C,  ;Sub-Brancb,   Open Tueadays~iid~h"  FBIDAY3.  UNION WHABF/B.      i   ,b-Brancb, OpenThursdayB.  H. F.MONTOOMERY, Manager.  Hi  PKKSENTATION.  Op the evo  of  their  departure i  for Vaneotner, Mr. and  Mrs. W. ������������������  Wall were- presentad  by  the  em- j  phiyei'R nf  No.  7  mine,   with  aj  very handsome sterling silver  tea'  i-ervice and a 400-day dock.    Mr.  Krank Jaynes in u  few  Mpprupri.  nte wnnls intiile   Uie  pte������eiitaii<in,  wliifli Wlii<  rel-] min led   lo   by   Ml*  Wall on behalf of hiiiisclf and  hirt. Wall. Tlio valintble ami  Imiiduonie prewnts wre piirchitM-  ed from Mr, 1*. Stoddart. one of  our local jeweller*,  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  . _o~  I ������.������UI her to wed, lor filie  kti������wl(ky at 4 p% m>(  a���������d   N.|inih|l(,   ut (     T||(, ,������������������������������������,, IIK..*tiii^  of the C*,  that I know thai lie** fat her wan  dnitd, an 1 ������hn know that I knew  ���������.vint a lit'* he had led, and hhe  knew 'hat I knew what *hn meant  ,, Miit-ii hiiw Pi������iu���������- ii-*- .., .'..;'..   .  d p. in,,arriving Vatiennver 10 p.  m.  The UHiial fcluiduli' will  Ijk re.  fumed  the   Sftturdiiy  tit.i:uiiint-i .iim.  follow il|i(.  mux Cieiiiiieiy .Womtiou Lid.,  will lie held ill the A-yrieultiiral  Hull, Cmirlemiy, mi Thiuvdiiy 'ifl>h  .1 an nary at N p, iu,  .. t*. ,,,.,.���������������������������,.  Mr. J, T. E. Palmer, our hlyh  r-ehool pri ne. 1 pal, left last Sunday  for Viuie.ouvei', where he will  cpeml his XiiuiK vaeiition.  Mr. Henry Dier, of Ludymnith,  and Aim Juisii} Toiiiiin, dauj.!hter  of Aim, Victor Mnrinell' of Ih'e  eity, were united in nuiMinge on  Sunday nioinitig IhkI at Holy  Tiiuity diureli, Rev. II. \V. Laf  fere olTiaiatiiiy.  -V, BOflORR:  monufoetupep of miNERALi UlATBI^S.  UiholesQle Dealen in WINES, LIQUOR & BEER  p. o. cox ue  PHONE 99.,..  CUMBERLAND  The h.ip[ iest m.iit iu Hie land  to.day in lhe .successful fanner.  Hi* sits tinder his own vine and  fi'4 tree, undistiuht-d hy ihfiiniM*  of the great city. Banks fail,  nilrotids go Into the hands of re  i  ivers, l'Mxitmti}> town-.  cnllapNt*  TKNDKL'S,  0. M, I'Voluier.   Kivj.iviilf   H"-  ti'l. Courtenay invit ��������� ii'iider* fi*i  iln,> e.uiiiifriiolion of tu*  lniinu'iu^  Imildin^ei;���������Ono   hrsim������������������*. Mnek, |  JH) x 40, on a lot i-ilt.Nt.i in Court I  eimy and   iiiiineiiutt ly   ftiijitiiiin-u .  ait I all hiiMiiess stiu;nu!e. iM t.he.\tht> opera Iioiirb am)   ittvry  xmm: tanner mn snap h,-,   Suijieisj-jo x ||) *j������,uU, \*h\,,(\ -\.u U(V(.,-  .������t   lUV'V  l-hlil^S.        IL   i     fl,'" !!!���������-!?  mcli of all lktMirvtystm his hto.ni  aces.     And   tht tium-*ts ������4 in-*  I*!,,!  i.'trn.  i*  ���������**  tt-.-l  .t'idii HwU-l, Courtcr.n  i-jiciitieationa of t-"* propped  hitiMin^K may i������* u. |^vt,ti h* tin.  (itli.'eof G. li. Itttto* !>,d K-ttito  \%'-nt, f>^iora |J.������t;*i-, CtHnfimitv,  i'.i.-t    he   W*  Tin- 1MU'*? Ai.loftinieeM.-th..  <li^t ciiure.li iiiteiid   holdiiiy  iheir  ,", .    :,.' ������������������V" <���������' NVi.il   "tiiti   KnN-r  luininiiiit ill tin* tiiiiiitli of  Mineli.  Mr, Sidney Aikiiinni and dangli  ���������er left o������l ^ntntilin In-** for Vic-  ttirin. wli������<t������" tliey will in tutare to-  i-ido-  Vioys and tht* purity of his. yttls  ,   ^itauled against   'c������n| '.tiiutn,  .id   in   'h<-������������   he  nv\*.-nx^l\,i.\  coun'ty  its beat   nmnhoMl   an'*!  ���������ui jar.ho'Kl.      The  tarutet it lu)  . ** ��������� tilted, 'fill, if he is nn  ton }  ,       ,,���������,..., ''"A ������������r anv t������.mh i  tented with hi. lot, is ..ic !-t*4 ttr .���������  .  , '-ii'ec'tiUcl.  wssloin j  Mai������auer CtirtU of tno  Kleetric  Theutre, and Mam^er Clon^h  of  the Ciiijihorlittid Theatre arrived  liome hy Tiu'wlay'* hoat,  ���������      im      mi    i    Stron-nr Chriidiiia* aitrae.ti.mn ut  luitli tlicxirt-M aro boi������j������ pit^tmled  thi* week, hy onr t������att*rpri������iii|{  mi"iiii, i,,,..,,.. '..'���������'-'^"  WANTKl���������������A teaeherfi.r Mil.  In ���������������-*hoi*l. ninii! t������r feitiiih-.    Dutic  tn i*(itnnu"H'e .laiiinii')   liHL   Ap (  j Iv   W    .1     lUrrhratt. Secretarv. I  iti'itiUi, H. C.  I WANT MONEY  -AND--  YOU   WANT   CHEAP  TEED  So to Hiiit UK hotli dnrinn tlt������ liolMtiyH I will  null thu rwnaindVv of my  STOCK   AT   COST.  ThU i* your opportti'ilty   tn nave 10 per eeat  on yoin'fei'fl bill and lav  iu a supply for lliu  ' eolil day* of Jaiinnry,    Hon't forpei tlie placo  A. B. CRAWFORD,   ���������  ��������� Courtenay, B.C  DKALKIt IN KM Hilt ANI) KKKI).  <?*  X  30E3E  Trv Tlw* Hi^f Hinre fi������r nn onler  of Xiiih* (irooerle*. Sat i������f act imi  (������tiarnnimd,  ��������� ������  II Will |fr i.fi���������ii.ii.i.i>  Uy whom all tcndei.-  'i-iifl nut lute,- ���������' ...  I*j *.t J*!8Uiirv   ������'-'  ���������jj..  $50 REWARD  Miw Illuniey. of V������n������.iiwr. U -?].(, a\nvc rcwnn| w||| i^ pau*.  vNffhtj? thN Hty uni! Im thf^iie-.tjjor the u-coverv iti ihe hotly of  of Ur. ami Mr* MneN'attyhjnti,  l'Ol'XJ) ��������� lV������**i*eu    Cntimx  ,if"ii''n\ ���������h\,I   i,A)\ nnd Heutu.iu  nud  TV I ������*-   T^'nod*. loy*\ mirl'r-d  i..*.-r...,rii,  '������{������n",',,!-   'Vmu* "  tfnnibt  t<i-������t(U* j  Y. Yamane. a Jajxuif������r supfK>������,rd  SfoHe dio^nw!  fe.ir CaitijiWU'* i  ;*..uic!t. tt'-ir Ctinrtpvny, on  Suit-*  dav, Nov tin her 37'h.     Ht-Http-  v,, ,    ..   1 tion ui'eloilnn-i!: Ctrv cap, Mark  I... - ��������� .oil coat, tlirw-qtwter jrum inun*  ftvit "ll\V      At*tiU*C!t-������ Uli-1  rtiteller, ur S II CUflc. Comuv.  Signed 1 K  A! I)A.  tuiuUtUttd, B.C,  ff   on  V.  AUTOMOBILES  8750.00 to *5000.OO  WE SELL  RU88EL.  SILENT-KNIQHT,  DAIMLER,  OVERLAND,  HUPM03ILE,  and BRUSH  AUTOMOBILES.  8UNDRIES������II kinds  BICYCLES and  SUPPLIES  THOS. PLIMLEY,  Ornctv������NO������TO������*ao������l.ANOLBV������T..v/ir������TrtBlA     CI f*  O*n*0t.7t7JOMN������OH������T,. VIC TORIA,   Imt.Km  less  "^  ii  kb  akmW  ocaesssa^


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