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 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL  JAN 3   M*  A journal Devoted Especially* to the Interests of Comox District*  Thb News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B.C.,    TUESDAY, DEC. 27,   -910  Subscription $1.00 a Year  tS������^  T#lMis������|ir^W������i^^a)a<sM������i  THE BIG STORE  I  A  ,**mm*f*^*r**m*fymm*t  STORE  FULL  Of the Choicest  XMASGOODS  At the most  REASONABLE PRICES  ���������  If 1  Do your  XMAS BUYING  WITH US  Wc have anticipated your wants.  Se eour Selection of Pino China'  at almost half-price  rniimmimiuaiPituaB kmrmuiiim^^ tHuiuuimttatiiiBHaunaiuu! I  We uuish yoa all a  Happy fiem Year  tn t^-0mash,mn***b'm^mmf-***e*>ii\^*  Simon Leiser & Co,,Ltd,  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  MS%<*a***Jj-*������'i*%*������JN>'*<������  T MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Compnny's BEER  Wholesale Dealers jn all Kinds of  Wines aud Liquors.  Place ydur Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake  at  Fruit Loaf NOW.  SECOND    STREET  GRAND OPENING  TOYS, ETC.,  ON DECEMBER 1st.  Two prizes given away.  ist prize, Handsome Doll, val. $15.00  211J prize, "       '" #6.50  Every 50c. Purchase entitles you to  a Ticket  AT    THE  The Magnet Cash Store*  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  INSLEE TO PLAY LEADS.  THE CORNER STORE I  We are now showing a full  range of Christinas Goods, in-  I eluding the following lines:���������  *  41  ���������1,  I  f  Ladies Department.  Gents' Department.  Fancy Collars and Belts  Tie*  Ladies' Quilted Gown  Gloves  Gloves  Umbrellas  Umbrellas  Silk Handkerchiefs  Fancy Handkerchiefs  Sweater Coats  Sweater Coats  Smoking Jackets  Hand Bags  Shawls  Silk waists  The Harold Nelson Co. at  Cumbarland Hall on  Saturday.  The Harold Nelson Company*  wiil present the well known piny  "The Wolf," ou Saturday, Dec.  31 st, It is unnecessary to say  ttttytiling of tlieartistical abilities  of this comptmy as they have re*  ceived the highest praise front  every uewspaper in Canada.  There will be a matinee in the  afternoon at 3.30 al reduced  prices of 75c nnd 50c, an.1 at  every performance the admission  will ht������ *t.oo, 7������. and soc.  T^rVvt* nn *,n\n at Pet-tcev'*  Drug Store.  A vpry serious accident occurred at Minto, this mor. i ig, in  which Mr, ,1 E. Unburn wiih biuily  injured. Hu wan attempting to  force a clicll Into thu chamber of  a i'iflevwitli nn iruii spike, whi������n  tho shell exploded, shattering the  In mon of liix loft hand aud badly  touring Co flesh ns woll as in  flletinga nn*ty flesh wound on  his fiiiulifiul. Undor the oi renin.  HtniuuiH hu was fortunate in os.  sun ping with his life.  Church of Kngland Christinas  tmn mt 1'VMnv m-Mifrirr  4^HM-*KMHM^M>^^^M������NPmMPMM*  Ml������* EL Gray, of Portland arrived by Saturday's Iwat, and lias  mmtied her former position at  tlm Elentric Theatre.  Mr. anA Mrs. O. T. Rmftk* and  child, aru sptmding Chnstm-M and  Mew Year with re!������t!?el *t Somo-  imt, V. !.  An oj.cn mouth U '��������������� *ure dgn of  ���������n emj������ty lutd.  Miss Hrown, matron of C & V  Hospital, desire* to nnlounvludge  with thiinkt, thu following donations for Xmss:���������Mis, J, J), lieu,  nett, pot plant; Alox Jtuwau,  cigarettes; ji 1 >. -j, toiownu, iotn-  kutoi Innl etc; Urs. luiiespui  and McNnughtou, fruit and  itweuts; Mr. Clinton, pair of tm-  koys; Mr. Laiviwieo, |������iir of tur-  kujs; Mr, Slaughter, pair of tur  koyn; (JsmplHtll JJroi*., Iihiii; Mr.  J. N. McUod, hum; Co-ojKint-  tive Society, turkey.  Miso Brown also winlies to thank  all who kindly contributed rwad-  iug niHilei lo lltt> huspiul dining  tlic year.  ,         ���������'"������������������ "��������������� ������  St, Georgn1* l*n������byteri������n Sunday School CliriMmiw trtw enter-  Uiuuicut, wilt br, held oil Thui*-  tlfiy evttdng at 7.80,  The Bison Stock Company  Secures Old Favorite.  The New York Motion Picture  Co. recently strengthened its  stock company by the addition of  Los Angeles, Cal.,by the addition  of Chas k\ Iuslee, the well  known actor, who will play the  leading parts.  Mt. Iuslce has a wide following iu the picture loving public,  his work having caused considerable favorable comment, For a  time he withdrew from active  participation in motion picture.-,  devoting his entire time to writing scenarios. There is no doubt  that patrons of picture theatres  will welcome the reappearance of  the old favorite on the screen.  Ou Wednesday evening Mr.  Iuslee will be seeu at the City  Hall in oue of the great Bison  features entitled "For u Western  Girl," aud ou Friday evening he  will be seen iu another strong  feature *'The Curse of Gambling."  These Western features are  taking such a hold upon the public that iu small towns even the  'iecoud run' houses are glad to  get them to show as   'repeaters.'  Methodist S.S. Xmas Tree  Entertainment.  Merry old St Nicholas held   a  reception   iu   Grace   Methodist  Church last night when the children ot the Sunday School assis  ted by their elder*, presented the  pretty   Xmas   cantata,   "Santa  Claus' Reception.'   The entrance  to Santa Claus' home represented  a log cabin such as oue would ex  pect to find in  Reindeer   Land,  while the platform exposed to the  full view of the audience represented Santa Clans'  Reception  Hall, with Mr and   Mrs   Santa  Claus and their son Nicolas  prepared to receive their guests, who  were iu turn announced by Nick.  Tbey  arrived   in companies 01  fairies, gypsies, 'just boys,' 'just  girls,' Queen oi Hong Mrs Mars  den; Mr Stilly Man, Mr Jack,  Mr .John Hull and Mi������s Canada,  Mr Hucketby and Miss   Banks.  Ksch individual aud each company in pretty characteristic costumes sang aud acted their respective parts well, and where all  did so well it would be difficult  to particularise.    Before singing  4)  4������  9)  The above mentioned articles are just  few    suggestions   for     Christmas  Presents.  GROCERY DEPARTMENT:������Our Xmas Fruits  have arrived and are in splendid condition.  *%  it  t  it  tl*  <9  %���������  -ie-  <*���������  tt*  I  tt*  it*  ���������wi  XJOfctEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  *���������  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L, PRESIDENT  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  PAID-UP CAPITAL, $10,000,000    RESERVE FUND; $6,000,000  SAVINGS BANKDEPARTMENT  Interest at the current rate is allowed on ell deposits of $1 ard  upwards in this Department Careful retention is given lo  every account.  Small deposits are wolcomed.  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons,  withdrawals to be made by any one of thom or by Uie sur-  iio v'vPr' Fu'l and c'ear written instructions as tg who is to tnnke  the withdrawals should always be given to the Rank when  opening accounts of this nature.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T. WHITE, Manager  the closing chorus the star of  Bethlehem was illuminated to  guide Mr Santa on his journey,  at Ihe conclusion of which,, he  gladdened the hearts of all the  Sunday School children by pie-  seutiiig each with a present. j  Much credit is due  Mesflnmesj  WHIIES    V8     BLUBS  An interesting football match  was played on Monday morning  between the Whites nud the Blin'S  of the Young Men's Recrention  Club of Grace Church. Di G'.l*  lespie deiended tlu- goal for the  Whites, and Mr Freeman foi   ' c  .-S   WT-"    tr.  Tiiidvsiuith ������l������������f(WN-M| Piimhor-  mtd nt fofitlmll nt l.ndvKUiMi. nn  Siindiiy Inst, by a scorn of Ii ty 0.  nnnla and Gillespie, for tnuniug! ^' ^   ^  the children, also the pastor,* Mr, i       ,        ...      ...  ., ' . ..'     , evenly matched, and the conti* ������  bvceman, who contnbuted very!    ../., , .   ,        ,, ,.  , , , ; exhibited some good play.    J but  much lo the pleasure of the eu~; timc do���������.(i wilh ���������u. ^.0;.c 3.(, iu  tertaiument.  The chtuch was very prettily  decorated with evergreens, etc.,  aud ns usual ou ������ucl> occasions,  the audience was very large.  Tho road to imihiiiou in too narrow fur frhuidship, too cmokod  for lovo, too ru|jgi������d for hoiionty  nnd tou (lack fur H.'ii-iti'o,  favor of thc Whites, but the last  halt time changed it 4-3 still  in  the Whites favor, but decidedly  ��������� more to the credit of the  blue*.  j Mr. Martin acted as referee nnd  ���������gave excellent satisfaction  considering the lack of difiim_;ui.-id-  iiigunifortiis. The boys are talk  iug of renewing  tlu   fonte*.  011  Jan. and.  Winning numbers at thu F111-  mtnrw Stoif!'.  bd W'i  J110. li, Gray,  2nd mil   Uni tWu. .Mrs, Win. Jtovcridgo.  4th tm Wibon Dunn.  Two Ja[Miit*te w������rt ftccidcntally  Ulln! ut L'uiou Iky, hut vvuul,,  onu at Anderson'i logging CHiup,  ������i������l the utlter at the wa*lior. Au  inquwst wa* held,  l\i-*hytt������ruu CUiUtuu* l,\twt-  tniiMiwnf un Tlmi-������ilay evening,  o^Useful Xmas Presents for Younj? and Old  mt*   m ���������*i ��������� '-  Only ninft moro dnys left to do your Xmas shopping 111. and right now h  h������? best timer vvhih' you can gi't a lwiicr s^b-rtfon. A few nsrfni pn;.vnts to  choose from���������  Lad iks' Fancy Collars,  Belts, Net Blouses, Silk  Kimonas, Motor Veils,  Blouse Lengths, Hand-  kerchiefs, Umbrellas, t.*U;.  Mkn's Ties, Mufflers,  Handkerchiefs, Collar-  Boxes, Gloves, Suspenders, Armlets and Garter*,  Umbrellas,   Pur>e:>,  t:ie. ,  M  It  11  Gajnpbell Bfos.  A^nts for Campbell and Fit-Kite Clothing  *  r  v .>7h.x.<  KMM THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  i  T  The FOURTH  ESTATE  Novelized by  Frederick R. Toombs  from the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford.  Copyrlfht. 1009  by Joxph  Medill  Pi (tenon ind Harriet Ford.  j on you all around?"  1    ''Precisely."  "Then that's understood."  "You wiil make a memorandum ior  tne in writing to that effect���������a receipt,  so  tu spell Iv.1"  Ue pushed a pad toward the managing editor.  "All right���������certainly," agreed Brand,  taking up a }ien,  'flie   judge   began   to   congratulate  himself on Hip ease with which be was  handling thp young (tutn.  ,    "This Is���������ah���������more businesslike," he  said.  Hut  Rrnnd gave hitn another shock  when he said:  "Yes;   I'll  draw  It   np   In  duplicate,  Eaeh of us will keep a copy��������� signed."  "Ab���������ha���������ha!"     The    Jurist    leaned j  (Continued.)  COAPTKIt  XI.  Bi.AKTKL.U i, now that he had  I taken tin- final and extremely,  distasteful plunge and had  come ro tlie office of the Advance, waited foi* rtriuiu to make the  opening remarks aiioui the particular  object ot Uis visit.  Hrand was waiting for rhe Judge to  do the same, ll was the newspaper  man who spoke first., after the two  had seated themselves. He was anxious to net the mutter over with as  tpuiokly as possible, tor he well knew  that, lu spite of all his precautious, affairs in a newspaper oflice are so uncertain that an iuierruptiun of un unexpected nature might occur to ruin  tbe entire plan.  "Mr. Uupuy was here a short time  ago." lie ventured.  Judge Hartelmy proceeded to explain the appeurauce of llie lawyer lobbyist in the affair. While it was plain  to Hrand that the judge had sent Uupuy as a go-between so that it would  he impossible to connect Hartelmy  with the payment of any money ast a  bribe, the jurist did not propose to acknowledge that such had been his laudable purpose. He save an entirely different reason.  "Yes, J know," he said.    "He found  ,fne_at the op<wi_with tny daughter.   1  hoped, Mr. Hrand.ThafhyTrnowlng mf  to act through  bim you  would spare  tiie this last humiliation."  "Would it not be safer for you lf no  third party knew ot your transaction  with meV" suggested Hrand.  The judge pitied the colossal ignorance of this amateur in trickery. Uld  not he know that in the superior  apneres ot crooked practices It became  necessary to employ third persons on  many occasions to put through matters of this sortY Aud he was a newspaper man ot years ot experience too.  No, this peculiar young mini would  never lintel) supplying the Judge with  surprises; ot that Hartelmy was positive. Perhaps It might be In order to  observe at this point that, while Hrand  of course t-ould not know that these  thoughts were passing through his  visitor's mind, be ut tbe same time  would have been ready to confess that  tie wne going lo provide several moro  wirprises for the jurist Hut there aro  different varieties of surprises.  "Uupuy Is In tnu eontidenoe," tho  judge pronounced with an ulr of final-  Ity.  "tie's not In ������nl������c," responded tho  managing editor.  "Y'ou're mistaken In him. I know  Wm Intimately,"  "Oh, Uie pity of It," exclaimed Hrnnd,  "that you should be Intimately acquainted with hiii'Ii a mini as Uupuy!"  Ibirtelmy could not restrain a sarcastic smile in the editor's sneer at Uupuy.  "Mr. Hrand," he said ipiiekly. "your  niornl reflect Ions at this juncture Impart n certain ipialni humor to the situation."  "I am itfrnId that Is the trouble with  mo.   My humor Is nearly always untci- j  tenllonal "     llniiid  sighed  as   though *  aorry for himself. j  Tho Judge began lo show signs of *  nervousness. \  "Well, shall we gel on wllh ll?" the ;  <>dltor asked lilm.  "Yes.    I   must  rejoin  tny daughter,  She's waiting for me nt (he opera. Klia  wn* very anxious llml   I  should pot  e-oine here lotilght.    It  whs curious��������� '  her persistency In Ihe mm ter."  Hrand drew his otinir closer to to*  desk   closer to the telephone.  "U't us net to business," be snld.  Thn Judge went on miking about hi*  daughter.  "Hhe displays an unusual, I ahmrtil  aay nn extraordinary, curiosity as to  my mission here," he said "My dnugh.  tnr would have made a great cross examiner If she had been a man"  "We're wauling time, Judge." Sow  It was Brand who was becoming irii-  patlont.  ".',..    !   '     .... i..-,.io.,,t   umi  tlio ,i.m.  mem nt title ������-um"~ Itiirti'lttiv begun.  Hrand raised bis voice io a inun  pitch.  "Ten th''ti*ani| dollar*!" he enbl.  "\**.n," agreed   Hartelmy  cautiously, |  "Am   I   to   understand   Hint   tt���������till���������.  ���������-,.,*,.. -.    ; . ������������������.-.... ...,,,,  the Incident of which -,.,������ were speak'  Ing, but also as fo"      Hi- |,iiii������i-d  Hrand beipeW ibe would be briber to  Complete IiIh  sehleliei.  "You menu vour ������ei-rei Interview Inst  tilcht with Uupuy mid the ituinie} for  tin* l.ari������lm.'" -  'Htm vMior rui������ed hi* Imim) warning  I * at Hrniid'-* loial tones, iih tttniigb to  <->H|fl<u><   .'HMIlott,  "Ves,  ve* "  "t.rtled'iu    |r.iri   fnrjmr Hi>ni?"   rv.rillfi  Misl Hrund, iiei-dHn: . t..������.#- to tin- i.-i..  flftimr,  -*,',**        l\'",',   t'-l'    -iff     jl"������Ml    in    h.,t������l  Indue,, irti I.. I. **������������������..I    nl,    mil mill it,,,,  \   it !   .It.    T.I--,-,     fli.ll-  \d\ ,ni,���������������������������    -,   te-   t.,  *   fi   .1,   it,     |, i   t - '  I  back and  laughed     "You're a  clever j  lad, Brand.    Well, well; youth will be j  served!"   He pushed the pad away.       j  j     Hrand glanced at  the Work Used ln ,  i fhe wall opposite him. J  I     "It's getting late. Judge," be warned, j  j      Bartelmy   reached   into   tbe   Inside '  pocket of his evening dress coat and ���������  extracted an oblong package.   Slipping j  off a rubber band that encircled it, be  unwrapped the yellow paper and laid  before him on the  managing editor's '  desk a neat stack of erisp new bank '  bills, all of the *r������00 denomination.      j  Bartelmv started to count the money, j  but  he desisted and pushed the bills ���������  over toward Brand.  "Count it." be said. j  "You count it " j  Tbe judge leaned forward and began i  the task.    His  bead was  within  four)  or five  inches of (he  mouthpiece  of j  fhe telephone.    He picked up the bills, j  one at a time, and as he counted them  lie laid them iu another pile. !  "Five hundred." he said���������"one thou- I  sand,   fifteen���������two   thousand,   twenty- I  fire��������� three  thousand,   tbirty-flve���������four |  thousand,    forty-five ��������� five   thousand, j  There is half of It." he remarked. J  "Yes; that's $5,000." assented Brand, j  "Six thousand." said the Judge, cod- ;  tinulng   with   his   task��������� "seveu   thou- j  sand, seventy-five���������eight thousand."      ,  "Eight   thousand   dollars,"   agreed j  Brand. j  "Nine thousand." counted the lodge. \  "Nine thousand dollars," said Braud. ]  "Ten   thousand   dollars,"   the  judgn ',  _iount������d,���������___ =������l^=-^_^_^_         '  "ls that correct?" he queried of tbe V  editor. I  stockholders lo tbe Lansing Imu company. That'* who to* money probably  belongs to."  Bartelmy accepted the situation with  atok-al couj|)osure for lhe time He  ww that he would bave uo ernit-e in  a ."land to hand struggle with tbe  young athletic editor for possession of  the money. Hesides, he must see Nolan���������must see hlm at once That waa  the most important matter to which  be should now intend  He walked deliberately to the closet  and secured his hat and coau He  turned the key and Rent out of the  door leading to tbe outer hail.  As the judge disappeared Wheeler  Brand sank heavily iuto bis chair.   Be  III  MINISTER FIFTY YEARS  REV. DR. CARMICHAEL OF KING  TOWNSHIP HOLDS A RECORD.  " Ytm count thr 'mmunt. nidge."  spread his arms on his desk and bowed  bis head  between tbem until  his  cheek rested ou the cool polished surface.  "Judith. Judith!" he sobbed, and bis  body shook uiK-oturoiledly aa be wept  for the girl he loved  (To be continued.)  "3UARD, TURN OUTP  Wow the British Soldier Dent. With  "Ten thousand dollars, correct" waa ���������  the reply.    "That will wipe the slate  clean between us."  Brand held out his band to take the  money.  Tbe judge picked up the pile of bills,  compressed them with his hands and  extended tbe money across tbe dealt.    I  "Take it. Brand." he said, i  As the false' Judge said these words  Spies.  Nowhere is there such an Empire  chain as that in whicii every link  is a liritish "Tommy." Wherefore  the latter is an expert on the spy,  nnd, reading of the recent Portsmouth affair, will smile a little indulgently, then seek an obscure nook  -���������not the sentry-box���������and settle down  to "watch with his ears."  It is an Indian hiil-station; riflo  thieves, are on the prowl. Or a Pathan  He Has Spent Half a Century In the  One Community Attending to Three  Charges and Speaking English and  Gaelic���������Is One of the First Graduates of Queen's and Is a Hebrew  Scholar of High Repute.  The patriarch of Canadian prosby-  teriaiiis.ii lives m King 'township,  County uf York, Ontario, and he is  tne ivov. Ur, uannieuaei. l'or lifty  whole years m one conuuunity no lias  been prenening witli tno tocoieh tang  iu his voiee. lio live generations ho  has been sky pilot. Hu lias baptized  six hundred und forty children���������the  children of infants whom neJiad rocked in the cradle, some of tnein. And  ho belongs to tne present just as mueli  as tne past, lie tells tue same story  to the nired man with tne bicycle as  he did forty years ago to Ins lather  Sunday morning in tne boss s pew at  the kirk; one diuerence: bis three-  hour disquisition lias been cut to twenty minutes���������O tempore, O mores!  "The Doe. has kepi himself i>osted;  he speaks Greek everyday, ne does."  A King fanner j/punded ins knee with  a hand like a nam as he made the  above remark the other day. Ur. Car-  michael is one of Queen's first graduates, with a year of Glasgow brushing. He is one of the most eloquent  men in lne councils of his church.  A prominent city pastor said the other  day that Dr. Carmichael could go  down to Queen's or Toronto and (ill  the chair in Hebrew or church history with tiie savoir faire of tiie best  intellectual fibre on tne staff of the  theological, colleges.  But this gentle scholar has given  the best that is in him to a small,  rural congregation.   He has shut his  and stood with the money in bis bands ! spy.   The two hours' term of duty is  liko eternity; the British "Tommy"  has become a tamarisk���������a tamarisk  with ever-peering eyes.  The hull frog's incessant eroak is  interrupted by the, tiny tinkle of a  stone in a can hung on barbed wire.  Immediately, something sinuous and  Rhiny shows on the spot where an  inexperienced recruit might have,  stood; rt shuffle���������it has gone. And  in n twinkling the Ren try stands,  with fixed bayonet, imprisoning the  Pathan in tho sentry box.  Not that dramatic turning of tho  tables, but tho simultaneous, bloodcurdling shriek, "Gy-ar-rd. t'n out!"  sends a quiver into the very marrow  of the native's hones, und in less  than sixty seconds he is forced by  the business ends of bayonet, hold in  through   tho  Locked in the magazine yard of a  Mediterranean station, a few years  ago, the sentry feared his two hours  were lengthening into three; his  shouts through tho gate brought no  response, Fighting his overpowering  inclination to doze, he was soon  startled hy a rustle.  With a brisk, staccato challenge,  he waited, with his bayonet at the  "Charge." The hesitation, and then  the defiant., strango-voiecd "Front!"  ��������� intend of the usual "Relief !"~put  him on his guard. Waiting in the ���������  ���������shadow, lie saw two masked natives j  enter, knives glinting in their hnmls. ;  In a moment he had struck one to j  i:ii*|,|.T:t.   bu*   .tt  i,*r*  lo   w'iiefi   ts  have   I   k> 0   ��������� V*  Hr.itj f - *������!������, i-.,  "Yt.-i    !,(    .fl    <���������  ii  It  and held It out to the editor a loud explosion thrilled every nerve fiber In  his body. A blinding glare of light  filled the room, and the air was filled  witb the choking gaseous fumes of  the smoke of the powder used by pbo-  togrnphors in making flashlights,  . A pang of terror shot through the  craven heart of tbe would be briber.  He started bnck lu his alarm, his eyes  almost blinded by the unexpected flood  of light that had subsided as quickly  as It bnd coma.  "My Uodl Whnt Is tbnt?" ho cried,  rubbing the bnck of one of tils bauds  across his eyes.  Wheeler Hrand, who had risen In his  place at his desk when the Judge bad  finished counting the money, set hts i stur,}y' jjritish hands  face Into bard, unyielding lines as tbo guard-room door.  judge besought Hitn to speak, to explain. He bnd wots, lie had completely at IiIh mercy this cold, crafty  beiruyer of tin* public trust he bnd  sworn to hold sucred And It was  with unmistakable triumph In bin  voice that he gave the reply that was  to he imprinted ou ihe brnlli of Iho  false judge as long nn lio wax tn llve-  a reply that would haunt hlm whllo  awake and awake mm wheu ho slept:  "It is a picture ot you tn stripes.  Judge Ihirti'lmy." ne a titanium!  The Judge, reaii/ing that lie hud  hciMi tricked-thai he hnd been photographed in Ihe very act ot hand Ing  bribe money to the mn inuring editor of  lbu AiJvi)iiii*>.<llsp)a,vei) rum pri^oni'i'  of mind lor a mini whose complete  social ami professional ruin nad become suddenly imminent, lie rushed  m-ross un. room at the point  where  Hie (lash  occurred,  hoping to obtain :  |tnd   of  hold or the i-aiiiern and destroy  lliu    within il!  plate    Owing in Die pull or smoke tie  bad been unable io *i-e .In**! m what  manner the camera had been arranged,  Hut when he reached tbo side or the  risitn then* was no camera in be seen,  only a round hoie c\lending ilirough  the partition into the next room and  from which tlm rniiiern hnd lm*n re.  iiiov***!     il*  stood  mid  (fated  Hi dl*  mny.   He anew uow tbat bw was nt  tbe mercy uf Hra-od -������������- tba Aov*uv*������  tn n dee-re* that bn Hardly dartd to  wtlmate.  H* turtmO around uud m*iii**J ***k  to tu������ tit**.. Hruud wa* mllll utiindUig  to nii pun*, looking riiwllf at iba  Judge.  Hurt-rimy mnn not b#>aten yet.    U*  l., . ���������>, ,; i. ���������',.,OA rt,it I,.. tuMiien until tb* Advance appeared lu WieNlreeM  aprrndliiK forth to all the world iba  ���������lory ut bla abntue.  simklng from bend to foot In bla  rime, bit pounded tba deiib and cried  out:  ������������������Von Imve ���������run* tn all yonr trouble  for ie-thing I nm going dltwi to Mr.  Noittii'a boiioe, mid In lex* than un  bunt y������������u ������ll! r������-������������elve orib-rn io km  tlmt atory-tbnt dastardly pack uf ilea  jou want t������> print!"*  Hrund  suilltd calmly.    He *:n.i<  the fHMsai m bill*, which tn*  ed   on   tlii-  drat   wbrvm  !U?i,   ,,  thrfwn rhum  when be d.mh*-,l t r  eauirta  "I'll keep tbrme aa nldeoer," he aald,  "Wlwii they bav* wrved tbelr purpo������������  we wiil ttritt-tti 1b*-ni tv *���������-.,, mr imjiW  na  win  r*il   (hetn  i������  rfi#  tultM.rlst  HISTORIC LONDON STREET.  The Scene of Little Dorrit's Girlhood  to Be Blotted Out.  Jn the obliteration of Tabard street,  i London will do away with a road that  I is a disgrace to modern civilization  , yet one familiarly connected with the j  i city's  history,  poetry  and every cir- j  i cumstance ot greatness.    In thc days |  i before  the  new  Dover  road  wheeled {  ; round from -he borough into the Kent.  : ish highway, Tabuird street was culled !  ; Kent   street  ami   was   the   main   ap- j  j proach to London  from anywhere in j  j Kent, from Cnnterbuiy, from the Cin- I  ; que Ports, and so one might almost J  ' say trom Europe. i  Up that street nearly COO years ago i  rode tiie Black Prince,   conqueror   at  Poictiers,   bringing   with  hnn   in  tri-  : umph  the captive   French    King,   a  i pageant  compared   with   which  theso  iJOlh   century   shows   are   but    had  hearted pieces of make believe.    Up  , Tabard  street swarmed the  peasants  I of Ketit under Wat Tyler and'later on  Jack Tjade and his Kentish men, pouring  in  from   the  heart of  England'.*  industry,   the   "Lancashire lads"   of  tnat day.  Down Tabard street some time bo-  fore either of these events the Canterbury Pilgrims cluttered over the  stone on their way to Becker's  shrine.  Vet as long ago as the- 13th century  the street was a haunt of depravity  and poverty, ln Shakespeare's time  it was shunned by all respectable folk,  i'or centuries it was deplored tnat distinguished foreigners coming from the  continent should get their first im  pression of London from Tabard  street, and sometimes they used to bo  hurried through by night so that-they  would see as little,of it as possible.  The   recent   resource   of   changing  the  natne  to  something more  poetL-  has   luul   no   effect.    Vice   and   dirt  i seem to be in its very air, and since  the   creation   of   Dover   road   turned  the stream of traflic elsewhere   it has  I just quietly degenerated into a back  i sltim.  Yet the very dingiest ��������� though not,  1 the  worst���������features  of  Tabard   street  j have a romance for us-4o-day because  | of Charles  Dickens,    Not a hundre i  | yards from Tabard street Little Dorrit  ! was   born.    At   St.   George's  Church  hard by sho was married and ther",  too,   the   kindly   beadle   laid   her   to  sleep with the burial register for pillow.  Even the old Marshalsea, the  ^WtoW^l^iOTtiT���������'Where���������Mrr���������Dorntr  was so distinguished a resided*,  where Dickens' own father was not  unknown and to which Dickens himself paid many a visit as a boy���������..-,  still to be traced to a far greater ex  tent than is imagined.  One has only to dive into Angel  place ��������� the little court on the left  just before one comes to St. George-  from London Bridge���������to find the grim  old vwuis oi tne iunrsnaisuu. stawujii^  as they stood a century ago. Folio *���������  ing the old walls round by warehouses  and oilioes Hanked by grimy little paved alleys that are probably themselves  Dickens -survivals, one reaches luu  Southwark mortuary. Close by is 4  battered old door���������once an uetual do*.u-  Here from  nerots the alley close by the entrance  tv tne hiortu iry over thu wall one muy  catch a glimpse oi the ohl Marsh.n-  sctt belfry, practically just as it waa  wnen it rang out locking, up time for  Little Dorriiniid her father. Coming  round into St, George's churchyard  one hits completely euciroled the famous old prison that was the world of  IntJe Don-it's girlhood,  MOTHERS SHOULD  WATCKv CLOSELY  DISEASED   KIDNEYS   THE   CAUSE  OF BED-WETTING.  Public tthe Benefit of  rtFA'. nn. cabmichakIj.  eyes to the lure of fashionable, metropolitan eeclesiustieisni; he hns seen j of tne pid Marshalsea.  confident, young clerics succeed to  good jobs with fat salaries which letters in tho King postolric-e hnd offered  him. Always there was the Call. And  every Sunday morning for fifty yenrs  his buggy has been trotted out, and  his horse hitched; and he has jogged  over corduroy roads and t'ie new highways of miu-adiun to meet his flock���������  twenty-two miles of a drive, throe  charges to he visited, three sermons in  his bluck coat to bj delivered iii English and thu soft speech of the Gaul,  advice to be rendered, consolation given, Then on the week days toilers  in tlie field Imve seen his buggy���������  sometimes long, white ribbons at tho  whip; nnd often, too, a weary sufferer  in dend of night has heard the hoof  of the manse horse clicking among  the atones,  Nothing ostentatious 1ms (here boon  nbout Dr. Cnrtiiiclinel'M ministry, hut  thero has beeu a great deal of self-  sacrifice. , When wo speak of city  elians in this counoetioii wo call it  heroism; for we aro a nation of hero-  worshippers, ln the niaking of, n raw  country, we tend to be impressed alone.  by feat*" ppeetactiliir; if Jones luiihN  n railroad ho is 11 "bi(j man"; who  gives  a contiiuiiitul iilsmt the wrin  kled old schoolmaster or tho sym-  earth will, the Uilt'oi liiV"rilh-',"aiui I |������atl������t*tic minister at homo who Iim  then swiftly pinn-d the other with I M������������*pJrot| (he mind of Jones with vis.  hia bayonet. Tin- ;u.,rds were dis- !!('"*.^.."''^L^?'^ V'!'::."!!t,r "!!'  covered ilrii'-'ifeil t-i |������ chloroform, ad  ministered  whilst   liey slept:  papers  fill ind   '111   tlie   HOI"*,   left   llu   dolllll   IIS  lo the intended fate of tin* mir/amx'  the   unsuspecting   sentry  Dehlienife liitcnflori of spying haa  necasiotinlly been traced lo foreigners  in our ranks.    Willi soiu ��������� ability ns  i aefor and lirigtnVt, the unscrupulous  ! alien Iwn little dillleiilty in enteriiiil  our ranks; and. Home years mrn��������� an  ! 'trm-airer *er*,*,-nnt, ,,f doubtful nation-  j ality,  was detected at Jersey, Channel'Islands, disposing of details of n  I pew    liritish    nlle    Ui   the    Fruiicli  ) authoritiea.  ! Jawalt net an (del.  1      '( Ut* Jeweii* ul tin looiHO m���������i u .... ������������.-  ,   it,,,.'!,   ���������-.���������>. .'.',*.;.   '���������}   "    1,1    i*f   :l,n,i-   ce  , liiarkably hlileou* linage* poswiws mieti  valuable head ornaments 11* nne made  fnr the idol I'lirihiwuthv. in the Trlpil*  I ������������������nne temple nr Mud ran. The orna-  ,,���������.,,t  u  nortfi wiiiic rrf������ti������������ miH-** and  , Is   made   of  told.   Mod,led   with   tlin  mood*. emieraliU mid  ruble*, the lur  bi***!   emerald  tiHiiti  valued  m   i.imhi  rtipeea nml lhe nivntemt ruby and dta-  ��������� monU ut auu riii������-c������ iipii-ie.  Macedonia.  Mm-fdoiila hu- ti population nf about  4 imiihh*.    Three fmirifi* ������re Cri-minm  and one fourth 'Hin.*   Nearly nan *tu  it llu blur Ian M������<-<e*try,  those iitiadvortised mon aro tho pil-  1 lars of our civilization.  8arah Bernhardt1! Stage Fright.  The appearance, of tlio famoiu  j l**roimJi actress at the Unnlon ('nli.  ! houiii has recalled whnt she term*  I "tho tnont acute ordeal of her life."  : Tliis wa- in 1K7U, when ahe first faced  ������ Unuhm audience at the Gaiety. "J  I had stage fright," she said, "but not  1 tho fri������lit tlmt paralyu'A, only the  : kind that drives one wild. This i*  I bad enough, but it i������ preferable to  jthe other sort. II nml. e one do ton  I much, but, at any rate, on<* does some-  jthihit". Wben 1 began my pnrt, n* I  I had Inst my self-iiossessiun, 1 started  on rather too higri n note, and when  I tinet* in full twinir I could not ffet low  I r-r ngnni- I simply c<iui,i ten *n>t,.   1  *���������/,'.,. I. 1 -,;���������!. 1 ���������.im.i.Wc-I I ������*r!M  joul. and it wn*- all real* My sufferinu  iwns horrible; my tears were llowing,  1 nviirehnifi Mini bitter. Hut tbe h������*pir-  jiilion Innl mine!" IJcr miccivi* wns In-  * utarit and complete. Next inorninn tho  ,1 . *.   f,,iT , * ������,,,r triiunnh.  .,!  t U**  AnrAeia) tAm-meni**.  .���������*rUfV'bl1 WT)TM������������'e-������ -nt*- ������,,������������������. |n lt\\*  f*mr**t!tfty attil f-*r������ri������e ���������������,������( iii,-ni^  ������lilpp������l ������'* tlityi-l. ������������re Oi.j ���������r,. *i)'d  tn denier* In -nrl.tmii.-* ,\ r,mt *ki������ll  I* ii*ni, tiUt ah t'i������- re*.' u iii^.-iiiiiua  !ltiit������ti"n.  Draka't Death.  f-mio coloreil drawings if tic const  of vnrioiis W������**t Indian islands are  in the Hibliolheipie Nutionale in  Paris. The fuel that mi Me* the drnw-  ing������ <if -'js-ciiil value ie that tiny  were <|.,i). ft-.,:a ���������!���������-,.��������� -I'd. ,-f ^ir  Frunei-s Drake's ulup under Ids *ii|������-  r-rvi'-i*,������i ���������luriri*' 'ii** 1a������������. vnvngr. Tle*ff  i-i a tiioiirnfii' tint** *,i> Me* msiriiiii  of n tlTft-wintf of P������ert<> lt*-H<������, off  which I������n������k<-'-i lUg-������lnp I>ffianci- wm  lyfm?  "Thi* ne.fiiiiitf, wlivn 'he de������������?rtri-  (i/fcii ������io*������'l ������t tziketi ������if llti������ land*', b**-  irttre Hi- '> of .laniiarte. W.t&, iM-imr*'  \S.-������. i.-.i..,. ,u iU-. iu*.tfntn������'e Is1 ir  Fr������������M'ii������ Mrneli*- di������**l <������1 tin- liluili*  (Ux i-i-.'lit,' ,,f  th,    ifmnfe   of   rttrr-na  YrntUf* w*������������ ������lX kligUeii ut SCO."  Royal Servants on Holiday.  The" Roynl servants will have *i  much longer holiday than usual this  year. As a rule, all the servants except those required to bo in personal  attendance 011 Their Majesties would  in the ordinary course of events, bt-  relieved from duty from August to  October, when tiiey usually relumed  to lluckinghnm I'uluce. Hut, us tho  Court will not bo in Lon,1011 again  until Fohruary, the servants will not  be required to return to tne palace  befoie then.  A certain number of tho Roynl ������er.  vhnts have, of course, gone to H11J-  moral, but tlie grooma of lhe chambers, tho puses, and the stute portoi's,  u.- well ni* a number of the female  *taff, have been relieved of duty lor  llm next four or live months.  .Many of tlio Into King'n servant*  have bi'on reengaged in the now  Royal household, but two of tho most  prominent have been pensioned off  imim-ly/Mr, Menager, the former lieud  chef, and .Mr, Chandler, King Ed-  ward's valet. Mr, Chandler's son, it  will bo roinemburi'd, was recently kill,  ed in a motor-car accident.  When the Royal servants go on  their holiday tliey mun notify thu  Master of the Household, the bird  Chamberlain, or the Master of tho  Mor*!*. uncording to the imriicuJur department of the household whicii they  may be In, of their address, and they  must lie ready to return to duty within twenty-four hours if required to do  ni. unless tliey nre specially exempted from *t������rvice for n njMJcifled |wri*v.J.  Drumming  Immigration.  All through (lie streets of London,  enfieefallv in   the Strand, otto   finds  handsome   shops, rciilea   oy  >,i(e,,ip,  /'.,.��������������������������� .-.,;���������.���������/ Cv. rintt.-l-it ��������� fiVled *r:'<M\  most attractive exhibits of their various produce.   Uhodeaia Is one of the  latent   (inlcrWlliUtS   to   j>taH   A   ulihji  of this kind, and there you can see  not only atnar.ing heads of miilT.e ami  1 ������������������'   - '���������       ! ,*if,,1   Ihn     cunli   ,u  otter, the last (liing you would expect  to /1ml from 11 tropical country; nnd  y*>u cun bitv (-iuiircttoH of Rhod* ninn-  grown "Turkisli" tobuepo which compare favorably with tlie in-st weed  from the 1^-vnnt, This tobacco is  grown near Biiluwnyo, where only a  ? ���������> ;*,nr- .'ito tlw wih) yintnhiA,*  fought nud hunted.  Wellesley Young Man Permanently  Cured by Dodd's Kidney Pills,  Gives the  His Experience  Wellesley, Ont. (Special).���������That all  diseases of the bladder froin bed-wetting to Gravel are the direct results  of Kidney Disease, litis been proved  again and again by Dodd's Kidney  I'ills. They cure the Kidneys and  the Bladder diseases speedily disap-r  pear. One of the latest proots comes  in tlie experience of Mri George  Sfrebel, the well-known harness-maker  of this place.  "i was troubled with bed-welting  tor miuiy years," Mr. Strebel says.  "The doctor oould not give me relief  and no one knows how I suffered. I  tried many medicines, till in January,  1905, reading the experiences of others-  led "mo to use Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Nine boxes cured me so completely  that 1 have never been troubled-  since."  Mothers should leurn that when  their children are addicted to bed-wetting it is time to look to the cause.  The Kidneys are the cause. Cure the-  Kidneys by using Dodd's Kidney;  I'ills, and not only stop the bed-wetting, but ward off serious and dangerous diseases in after life.  She  Knew the Place  The elderly matron with the bund--  les, who was journeying to a point in  Wisconsin and occupied a seat near  the middle of the cur, had fnllcrr  aslecp. On the. seat in front of her  sn't a little boy. The brakesman opened the door of the car and called  out the name of the station the train  was approaching. The elderly woman,  roused herself with a jerk, v  "Where are we, Bobby?" she  asked.  "I don't know grandma," answered  the little boy.  "Didn't the brakeman say something just now?"  "No. He just stuck his head inside-  tho door and sneezed."  "Heln me 'with these thing^,.  Bobby," she exclaimed, hurriedly.  "This is Osh-kosh. It's where we get  Aiff^*������J:outl^s_ComDaniQn.  Every girl owes it to herself to-be-  good looking���������but some girls are unable to" pay..  THE   PATIENT   BRAIN.  A Tireless  Worker So  Long as Supplied  With  Rich,  Red  Blood  The brain is one of the most patient*  and industrious organs of the body. It  can he induced, by good treatment, to-  perforin -prodigies of work.  But it is sensitive anil will not brook  nbuiu. It responds to the lash at  llrst,'but if the lush is laid on too  hard it balks.  The brain insists o'n having plenty  of good, red blood wherewith to renew"  its waste nnd from which tb manufacture the nerve force supplied to the-  whole body.  Nervous (rouble is generally brain  troublt't ami no suffering is to be compared to mental suffering, with the-  accompanying dread, suspicion and  melancholy.  One-fifib of the blood in the human  body is ebtisumod by (lie brain, so*  make the blood rich and red by using  Dr. Cha-e's Nerve Food, and you will  overcome discuses of the nerves,  There i.s no other way. Stimulants-  arouse false hopo. Narcotics deaden  the nerves, and temporary relief is.  followed by 11 condition which is worse-  thnn the llrst, '  Get the blood right und-the nervous  system will adjust itself, Headaches*  will disappear, irritability will go,  digestion will improve, and weakness  and despondency will give place to*  new hope and courage, new vigor nnd  energy,  Mrs,  Gen, Fuller, Lakeland, Mnn...  writes:���������"Dr.    Clia*e's    Nerve    Food  cured me of nervous headache, from  wliich I was n great sufferer, and I  jam no longer troubled with twitching*  ; of (he nerves in the arms and lc������s. '  1    Dr   A. \V. Chase's Nerve Food will  enable   you   to   avoid   such   exlreme  nervous   trouble   as   prostration nud  par"lysis.. HI) cents a box, 0 boxes for  j $. .r>0, at all dealers   or    I'Mniauson.  4 Hates e* Co., Toronto,  No Draught** in tha Arctic  According tn the New York Thnoa,  f'oiiiinnnilor lVnry has said that whetr  one is really prejnrcd for it, the Anv  tie weather Is not much worm' than  winter iu New York nr London, Indeed, there is a story cnneertiiiiK it  certain pitS'-eiijror mi a 1'iillinnn  "steeper" who complained bitterly tn*  the porter <������f tlie cutistant draught iu  the car. And the other passengers it  seems, were jiimt it bit HUrprined wlieil  they read on hi* suiteo������e the mime of  (lie famous Arctic explorer who wns  j destined later to reach llie pole, You  ������eo tliero are no doors or windows lit  OreeriJiutd, nnd fotmcr/uently there nre  I'icnu's an- dsy  limi territory.  in  {mi't.ii..,  -\'*W,  E*r������l������f* ttland.  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Contain no harmful drug.  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets  Curesourstomach-heartburn-flatulenoe  ���������Indigestion���������chronic dyspepsia.  Na-Dru-Co    Laxatives  Act without any discomfort.  Increased doses not needed.  Na-Dru-Co Baby Tablets  Relieve Baby's Ills.   Especially  valuable during teething.  National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited  Wholeaale Branches at:  H������lff������i���������St. John���������M������ntre������l���������OfUw������-Kinr������t������n���������Toronto���������H������mfllo������  LbbJmi���������WiMilMg���������Reaina���������Calguy���������N*U������n���������V*nc*urer��������� Victoria.  41  The Fireman's Romance  "Dennis, you're out with Miss Dim  pie?   How's that?"  "Yes; her old man put an extin  guisher on the gush."    v  Done  sparking,  then?"  "No;  flame."  Height of Hard Luck  A group of hoboes waiting for their  coffee to  boil in a tomato can were  telling of their hard luck experiences.  "I've   had   worse   luek   than   anybody," said one of them challengingly,  (Jlfcl^TT'S  I've gone back   to ���������  an   old: after listening to tlie others' tales bf  ��������� ! woe.   Onct I had to sleep from Wilkes.   :  j barre to Perth Amhoy on top of a flat-1  "What do you think of the weather, i car loaded with hard coal. j  colonel?" i    "And what do you think?" he went i  "Oh, horrible, horrible! !on,   "Every car on-the next train that!  "And how is your wife?" I pulled in from the same direction was  Oh, much about the same, thank; loaded   with  soft  coal."���������Everybody's  you!" j Magazine.  Hair darkens some 55 per cent, dur-j ,T * . ���������,,..,  ing the first five vears of life, nnd nj. ���������?1 ]m'������ ,n������������ ������ warship of the At-  further :w por cent, up to the aire of!lu"tlc ������l.uudron called for a few hours  45. This darkening is more marked iii j 5lt ", in!"tar>* lKfl, ?n th(! const of Ire-  mules than in females. an<!' 1Jom'"y Atkins meeting a full-                        bearded sailor in tlie street, said:  tl      t.   *,**���������.   . a, -v* "Pat, when are vou coing to place  Thev Soothe Excited Nerves.-Nery-; ^...^ tf       8     ������,.<   ,,  ous affections are usually attributable j    !}ul Pnt was       d   f     , . p t  j to defective digestion, as the stomach | niwiivs js  dominates the nerve centres.   A course!  of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will still j  all disturbances of this character, and!  by restoring tlie stomach    to normal!  action relieve the nerves from irrita-|  tion.   There is no sedative like them j  in the correction of irregularities    of i  the digestive processes, no preparation!  hns done so effective work, as can be  testified by thousands..  THE  I Standard Article;  Ready for jm in any  quantity.  U*eful for five  kuMred purpote*.  A can equal* 20 IU.  SAL SODA,  Um only tne But.  He���������So she's a business woman.  What business is she interested in?"  She���������"Oh, everybody's." ��������� Detroit  Free Press.  "When you place your tongue on the  civil list," was the retort.  %.   SMohs Gum  quickly steps coujhs, cure* cold;, hernia  tba throat aad luaca. ���������  *$*-kET2'$  W 71  SOLD  EVEMWHEEE  For Making Soap.  For Softening Water.  For Removing Paint.  For Disinfecting  Sin*.*. CloaeU,  Draiu.etc.  una,   o.*mtm  85 cemta.  "What's the difference between a  French bathing suit und an American  postage stamp?"  "None. They both stick when they  are wet."  Identified  .Visitor���������Who is that dilapidated  looking individual?  Hostess���������That's Hawkins. Graduated at the head of his class and delivered a happy valedictory on "The  Secret of Success."  Maid���������"Fin sorry, ma'arn^ but there! f Countless have been the cures worked by Holloways's Corn Cure. It lias  a power of its own not found in other  preparations.  I ain't no bread in the house  i    Bride���������"Well,    Mary,    make  I toast."���������Judge.  some  j Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  -A    j Our idea of a strong-minded man is!  j one who doesn't, try to mako an ex- j  ! cuse after making a mistake. j  ]    Mrs. Gabby���������"That queer little Mrs. j  I Showy was ostracized." j  |    Mrs. Come'up���������"Did it take?"���������Bal-  itimore American.  j    England   consumed  coffee last year.  15,149  tons    of  A Woman in the Case  'How did you get here, my  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AMD CHILD.  ���������Ma*.wi������ai^*n(^wo^^*^n*t^m.l -__m ciid you get Here, my poor  Xl^m^tm*^^^^^^^ jm������n?" asked the benevolent caller in  tekthino, with pSrfKct succbss.   it I the prison.  SOOTH88 the CHILD, 60KTKNS the GOMSt ;     <<r)p     wns   .,     woman     in /dp     pn*p  ALLAYS atl PAIN   CCJtSS WIND COUC. ������no ,,     ���������   ,    j   ,,      T   ,7     _>'     , '  Ji tit beiLr^elo^Jor^DIAHAHffiA.    It U an- *jrnim."  sljh^_ i]F lal1 W^ngdoer,  ~-autery"BamTeT������rlBeTure^ '^VlTHngamyTW^TrjevTolil me you  Winslow'. Soothing Syrup,." and take no other / wpr(, jn fo_  stealing a watgh.������  kind.   Twenty-five cent* a bottle.  "And so I am, mum. De owner of  jde watch had his wife's picture in de  j case, and dat's how I was identified."  j ��������� Chicago .News.  Awarded Firrt,,,Prize at Worlds Ex  fosition on its Work and Methodg-  Cataloffue Free.   Address.  WINNIPEG'BUSINESS COLLEGE.  fat. Pnrtn'pe Ave k Fort St. Winnipeg  i Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Garget  ! Cows.  in  /VB.SORBINE:  frill wines lallanad, iwollen Jolafi,  Broil**, Sell Bunchii. Cure Belli, i*it-  tali er aar unaialtny   sots auicklrt  BUaianttoniei does sot blUtor  and*r bandage or ramore the Umlr,  and jroo oan work the bone, as pet  baitle   tt   dcRinm ot dellrend.  aSIoRuInB, JRe,"for mankind,  11,00 ptr bottlo. Keanee* Varlcoie  ,V*ln*,    Varlooe*!*,      Hydrocul*,  llflnHr*.  Wen*. Strain*,   Bruit**,  ._. .' itone pain end Inflammation  W. F. V0UH8, P, D, F��������� 137 T������mBls 81., Sprln-jfl.ld, Mail.  .*     &YI-VM, Uil.. ���������Html, fiarttM *_���������*���������':.      -  ah* ftr.hl!r4 ay MAK-tlll SOLS * WV*������������ Itl., Wlaalt-ei  Till MTIONAL DRl'U * IIHU1LJ.I, 10m ������lii������l|mj * Ul.  (irjl ud 11UHIHWOK SUOS. HI., Ui., Tmwiiw,  A Guide to Quality  Stamped on Jtnlves, fork*,  spoons, tic, of quality Is  Ihe ntm  "1847 ROGERS BROS!'  IVIf/ifMsss your gul-ie you  mnol possibly err In the  choke et Hue silverware.  9ttltilittt,4lihtt,ntltm,  tit., vt ilinmed  MC-niDCNBRITaCO.  ���������OLD VV LRADINO DSAblNS  ("Silair Plan that Wtan'  H  DYEINQ  b ike wer ���������>,  __?Mfin__y  Prait Well  Try III  Wmata u WttJiIni  DYOLA  >AUKIN08*  JUtT TMIUKOFITt  , Mt tf MUed Q**t, r*n**ai  ���������ih* ete������*e el ���������MUfeM. tn*  Ciiijmt an^ieATa*. 1*  i,. UeMed, Meaneel.  THE RACKING PAINS  OF RHEUMATISM  Can Only Be Cured Through  nhT^ld3d~TrTDr7Wflliams,==  PinK Pills Which Act Directly On the Blood.  Rheumatism will rack you just as  long as there,, is-acid in the blood to  cause rheumatism. That's tlie wholei  trouble���������acid in the blood, Cold,;  damp weather may start the pains!  going but it is, not the cause, Thnt,  is rooted in the blood and can only*  be cured through the blood. Years,  ago, when medienl science did not,!  know as much about the complaint  ns today, rheumatic sufferers were'  given something to rub on the*  swollen tender joints, Some people j  who do not know any better still ad-1  here to the old fashioned way, but itl  does not cure tlieir rheumatism���������and!  never will. i  When the acid is driven from tho j  blood the rheumatism is gone���������it's |  cured, The thing is to get the right  medicine to drive the acid out. Dr,  Williams' Pink Pills have cured more  eases of rheumatism than any other  disease except anaemia. They do this  because they enrich the blood supply,  thus toning up the system to a point    i where the rheumatic acid is expelled  Slum Child���������"She died through eat- j through fhe natural channels and llie  ing a tun-penny ice on the top o' "ot j trouble disappears,     They   were   in-!  pudden, ���������! tended to do this and they do it thor-l  The Other Slum Child���������"Lor! wot ajoughly,   Mr. Henry O'Donoghue, Vis-;  jolly death." count, Hunk., suys; "About four yearsi    Jjijjo I ciinie here from Seolliind for the*  Congressman (excitedly)���������The news.|purpose of taking up land.   Kven nt!  papers toll abominable lies about me.! so recent a dnte ns this the country!  "They mhiht do worse,, They might: was  quite different from  what it  is I  tell the truth." ��������� i today,   Then the nearest shack to mej    ! was ten miles distant, and the near.  8orea  Hsal  Qulckly.-Hnvo  vou  n !������?* t()W" ���������������������������'" further away.   In those |  persistent sore tlmt refuses to henlPl'V1^  lioir.esteinliiig wns  uot nil sun.|  Then, try Dr. Thomas' Kcleetric Oil j "lime and in the spring nf 1007 I con-1  in the dressing.   It will stop slough- traded i������ severe cold.' 1 had    never  ing, carry nwny the proud flesh, draw!'"'1" wh in my We before, nnd na id  out the pus nnd prepare, a clean way '������' "tlenllon to the cold, and almost I  for the new skin,   It is the recognized I hetort* 1 reah/.ed   t 1 was down with;  In-fil'T among   oil,:    ���������n,|    myrimls of '"' nttneU nf pliierl-y mul n������ tlie puiti--  people enn testify that it henl'ed where j "J '���������'������>������ trouble began to leave me those.  other oils fulled utterly..  '" "  | Mother���������"Ain't you going to wnsh  i up them tea-things, Marianne,'before  !you go out "  j Daughter���������"No, T ain't, I'm late en.  |ough for "Mother's 'elp" class, as it  ' it.���������London Opinion.  j   The peasant wns overjoyed when ho  discovered that, his goose wns laying  golden eggs.   For it wns winter,  "I can paint them un nnd sell them  | for hen's eggs!" he exclaimed, visions  of untold wealth rising rosily before  him.  SMofrs Gure  Oiiickly stops roughs, euros colds, beu In  tha throat and  lungs, ���������   ���������   ���������  1$ cents.  From Cabin Boy to Millionaire.  He is very wealthy now. but there  was a day when Sir Thomas Lipton  hadn't a penny.   He started work as  an errand  boy;  afterwards   went   to  America as a cabin boy, and on arrival a hotel agent touted among tho  passengers.      Seeing the boy  forlorn  and   hearing   he   was   destitute,   the  agent- offered ten days' free board and  lodging if he could bring twelve emigrants to   his   hotel.   Young Lipton  ; brightened   up   at  once,   because   he  ', had   become  very friendly   with  the  I emigrants  through  writing  their  let-  i ters,  he  being  the only one in "tho  i steerage  who   could  read  and  write.  j The emigrants were quit willing to go  I to the hotel, and the boy got his free  ! board and  time to look round for a  berth.  __To-daj_ Sh^Thornas, who .-sgoing oh  DR. MORSE'S ���������  INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  are not a new and untried remedy���������our grandfathers used them.  Hnlf a century ago, before Confederation, they were on sale in nearly every drug or general store in  the Canada of that day, and were,  tho recognized cure in thousands  of homes for Constipation, Indigestion, Biliousness, Rheumatism  and Kidney and Liver Troubles.  To-day they are just as effective,  just as reliable, as' ever, and nothing better has yet been devised  to  CURE    COMMON    ILLS  BLACK  KNIGHT  a voyage to Ceylon iTTItis~yachTT5rin  is probably the greatest clubman of  the world, for be is honorary member of nearly a hundred clubs in America alone, besides many dozens in  Great Britain. A confirmed bachelor,  Sir Thomas has been the most "Press-  married" man in the Kingdom, ru.  mors having been frequently afloat-of  his impending marriage. In this eon*  nection, he has told a very amusing  story of a somewhat nasty trick th.it  was played on a bachelor friend ol  his own. A lady was one day ro-  proaching him for never having mar-  lied, when her husband remarked  good-humorodly: "He says he" "could  havo cut mo out and married you if  ho had wanted to." "Indeed," sho  exclaimed, with some asperity, "Why  didn't he do it then?" "He snys," wai  tho calm reply, "that ho owed me a  grudge."  Stove Polish  t  is a handy paste in a large  can. With a gentle rub, it  produces a brilliant, lasting  shine. Splendid for stoves,  pipes, grates and ironwork.  It is cleanly to use, and  gives lasting results which  do credit to your housekeeping.  If your dealer does not carry  "Black Knight" Stove rolish In  stock, send us his name and ioc,  and we will send a full size tin  by return mail.  TIE F. F. DALLEY CO., LIMITED,  IAMILT0N. ONT. 29  Afateri o/thi/amotn "t in i" She* Pvhik,  m__mm_m_mm_m_m_wm_m__u_u_u_ua*m  Ixlr*, Honpook-~"Do you remember|W������M ������;'"(./"r  when and where we first mctr" l"tr. "ii1 },u<\  The plumber saves it lot of money  tiy being nblu to do his own repair  Ht'itpeek���������"Yes, it was on a Friday,  tint thirteenth day nf ihe month; it  was nl a dinner party, nud thorn were  thirteen nt tlm table,"  R������d, W������������k, Wmry, Watery Eytt  Relieved by Mtii'lno Kyo Ueinedy  Try Murine for your Kyo Troubles  Ynu will like Murine, It Soothes  60o at Your DruggiitH. Write for Eyo  Hooks J-'reu, Murine liyo Honied"  Co., Toronto. 9  Provldenltnl Escape  The old ludy had hud a severe ill-i  iionm, and she was relating its vieisni-  ttiiliK to a friend (ir two in lhe grocer'*!  shop when the minister euine in. "Jt'^j  only by llie Lord's mercy," nbe pious"  ly di'i'lared, "that I'm not In henven  lmd"M "    *tfniu'1*,ru*t,it.    f!ii,u.,1l,-|!\ I  Wt guarantee the  perfect qdity and  absolute purity of  thetobacmuwdin  Mie mantttacturerf  SwehCamral  Cigarette*.  of rheumatism set in, and my suffer  ings 'were i-omelhing terrible, Help  hut it did Die no gmul,  medicine given tne hnve  nny efiVel. mid tut five months I wttn  ouulined lo the house, Then one dny  11 had nn unexpected vi-dt from my  ; brother, wim came from Australia, uud  j whom I hud not seen for nine years,  j When he saw my condition he at one"  I urged me to get |)r, Williams' 1'ink  , I'illn, it-, he knew nf a number ni  |eases-In which tliey bad imide iiinr-  jvelluux cure* iii Audriitiu, The re-  I suit was lie went tu tnwn uud pin-  I chased six bozes, uud before I had  ���������used the Ins! bux I xxti-t nut working  I with my oxen uud um now us tun It iiy  [us any inun in tin* province.   Fur thit  II iiuim thank the i'ills nml my  * brotlier'n  advice,  uud   I   strongly  re-  i-ol|lliiel|,|   the   I'ills   to   other   lllelllllll-  tic suffercri.,"  I Sold by nil medicine- ilenlers nr by  i ninii nf' W������ cents a box or six boxes  for $>i W)    from    The    ?)r     Willium-'  | Medicine Co., Ilrockville. (Int.  ! The Limit at the Retort  I Anxious Wife���������Tom, I won't stay  ihere tiny longer if you iinuii to pluy  i poker every night,  Tuni   My dear girl, we enn't nffnnl  Real Curiosities  ' Lecturer (al dime nnmeuin) Lmlie*  nnd gents. h������-re we hnve the young  mother and In r baby tlmt We've secured nt *-J,fi������ll ii week. Only two of  lhe kind.   The bnby is )iom<*ly, and  lie   ji.t,',h, (   *.���������) ,*. .in.  Record of the Black Death.  "The black death" is the name the  pliigue, or Asiatic cholera, used to ho  called by, and there is nothing moro  Irngic iri ull the history of mun thnn  the record of tho "bluck dr-utli" in  Europe In tbe 14th century ono  epidemic nfter another spread among  the people. Twenty-live millions of  human beings ure believed tn hnvo  perished in this single series of epidemics. Iticb und poor nlike were  affected. In Oxford two-thirds of tho  student population died. In Constantinople thn people died ut tho  nitf'nf 10,000 u day, ('harms, incantations, fear, filth, ignorance and  superstition fed tho disease,  Curious results onrne of Iho long  period of panic and of dying. Tho  famous "dunce of dentil," in which  desperate human beings parodied  and made fun of the placuc, illus- j  trating the ''dance of death" with ]  grinning skulls and skeletons, wns ���������  mie feature. Another, ouriouoly |  enough, in Kngland, wns the trcincn- j  dous rise in the cost of labor. Tlm '  l workmen died so fast thut there went i  i few left tn ilo tho work, und the few  tbnt could work were offered extra- I  , vagnnt wages--although lnw> w> to*  ! jiusscd to keen the wages down, H I  : is said thut this sudden rise in wages ;  | inld the foundation of the emnnripii- I  i tion of working people in Kngland,  An Abstract Idea.  ' At a card party nt Charles Liinih'**  Hn/litt and l.uiuh's brolhcr got mt.i  li discussion as to whcllicr Holbein's  ' coloring wns ns good us that of Vuu  Dw-k.    At  length  they hccauic  .tt ex.  : cited that they upset the table nn I  seined each other by the throat in  the struggle lla/.litt gut n bluck eytt,  but when tin' coiiibntants were parted  Huslitt  turned to Talfoiird,  who was  i offering his aid ,and suid: "You tiocl  not trouble yourself, -it. I do Hot  mind a blow, sir.   Nothing affects luu  worn  DR. WINTERS  Cures Men,and Women. Write  bim. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing.  BOX 215.  NEW YORK CITY.  |RA'U'  STtM  STEAMSHIP  PASSENGERS  to  GREAT    BRITAIN,    SCANDINAVIA  AND THE CONTINENT.  EXCURSION   FARES  From Western Canada Daily  November  Uth to December 31st  5 months limit. K  AGENCY  FOR  COOK'S TOURS  Write or call for ticket rates, reservations and full particulars.  A.  E.  DUFF,  General Agent, Passenger Dept.,  "--'���������        ' Winnipeg  260  Portage  Ave.  A Wife s Message  She Cured Her Husband  off Drinking  Write Ner Today *nd She Will Tell  You How You Can Do the Same  . Por over twenty years her huiband was a hard  drinker, Be had tried in every way to stop but  could not do bo, but  nlneycam ago ahe (topped hiadrinklns entirely by \iniwf a eimpla  remedy which any one  can give secretly. Hundred* have freed their  homea from drink by  following her advice.  The method lo eaay and  sure. If you have a  dear one wnodrinka we  earnestly advise you to  write to her at once.  She make* no charge  for her help, (she uki  for no money and uo-  cent* none) oho only  asks tbat you ve per*  sonally Intxrastrd   In  ���������    , , __       ,_     eavlng ono who drinks.  Bend your letter with eonndeoe* to ber bam*.  aura li her addnwe���������  19 "u   Mr*.' War-wtt A������d������r������0n,  12 Hem* Avenue,     Hlllburn. New Ycrfc.  tnu*.   (Write yonr full mtrni ami ndirui pltinly-  i* mt ditmu.)  lb* will tall yoa hew ter r*e  year Horn* Iron Srlak.  \  CALIBER  MODEL 1810  Self-Loading Rifle  It Strike*  ABIowof2038ibs.  This new Winchester  shoots a heavier bullet  and hits a harder blow  than any other recoil  operated rifle made. It  is more powerful than  the .30 Army, of bijr-  7ame hunting fame. The  loading and firing of this  rifle are controlled by*  the trigger finger.   It  kn!TS UIE TuEHAHUr.lt OF TI10I  Sini tne ttlitl'itii lit nil' lull*  tiiirlitnt tlm new tllll whuh  lin ittiniOt **it teair pin*.  WNCBBSTifi wrumii  km co.,  New Ihma, Cmi^ D, ft. A,  lltou������oo',RYRlR,��������� Can.  lutfue. You ||et an imnienie  ���������election ul  Jewelry, Silverware,  China, Glass,  Leather Goods,  Stationery, Novelties,  etc.,  la eliooie from ���������at n (freit  rind* of prioe*. Wc duann-  (ae infe dellvery-nropay all  poital nr t-tpiet* clurifei -  ���������nil refund the money il desired.  Drop ��������� pottil card right now  for C.'atalo.ue L.  RYRIE BROS. LIMITED  Olamenrt Merehante, Jewelers  aad llivefamitha  m.Ui V0M0I IT.   .    TOICNTO  J*������. Kvam,  I'loudrnU  lUaav Rvrik,  Sec.-'l'ria*.  The Spencer,  Words havo been niHo-l to tho Kng' \  YtAi l,'������ii,-ii,������},'i- m the ns:!i '-*f wftg,-r->.  Thr tliinl l^ir,| Himmidt b"t thnt by  futtinir oft tlio tail jtrtrt of his ovtr-  (.nnt I,,. ,.i,ut,l litiiitt im.. ���������,--hic!i (ivcr-  eoul-i no short tlmt llu* -luris oj tiitf  uiuliTiNiat would ������how ln-iii'iith. II������*  won Ins wuge, and "HjH-ii,*,-r" bi-i-anii'  the nnmit Ixilh of that -,'iiriiniit and "f  th*. Iciiiiiii'H' ono iilterwu/d luiii-'.ruct-  ud in ib likotittu.  AJiil/u-i    "Tin*    ri'pnii     >uii     Imvi'i  lirniiflil  nic  frani  Siii,,l������v  --)'li������iid di--  ,Mr������,    Whyt Did    jou  ���������ly-T'i'"  1'iijoy   thu  lill'IIMi'M   llie  verv   ItlUrti "  Hurry   "\t-*, inxiln,    1    t-dd    tic  li-iii'hi-r  il   vv.iiiU    l.iii   -In- -  -.. >>Ii������!ii>-  Xli*.    Ilrnwiti ,��������� ��������� N'nt    n  lllni'k,   wim   Mit   diri'i-tly  lr,.|    II    l,---,V     h.*|t    i|t, |    -|,t!'t  bit      Mm,  1,-hind  nu*,  '   Mtt������     rit|,|  ��������� in .   "in-   .umi,in i   * ii ,i,i',    i,  1   ,||,lli  '  Nnrwuy lm*. uni- |iii.iriiim-v tn i-vi'rv  Hi.'Km nihiiliil.iiit.  Spam   yi.*l,|i*d  ft'l.atiti.mn  nil Vt< nil  lii-1 J-i-ar,  frulloini of  \ Kpirnl,.r 1,'iy*. n m.-iri nr  man'* tbiimb In nt*, two in  of rironiiaf unit.  .). f   -.    w...  a I,i,mil  Wh<������n u wftrrmn doi*������n'l look ewid  i in m ������tyti4i hat eh������ alwny. m>������ it it  I*mim., Iwr bair jan't fifH ti|> tight.  In tbe Air.  Vititl   Wind���������\V>II.   tin')'   hnvw   on  harnt-KKPfl.     Wi*������t   Wind   NY*,    but  Uii.*)' i-uii't ilriv.i un tun I, in.  Heretic.  Tho ���������*runt "hen-tie" i* dfrivt-d ff������m  thr (Jri-.-k hitireo. tu Uko ur cIiiamki  (or unt-iw-U.  Ate Unwisely ?  Som*tlm*������ r^opl* de. and tuller,  I ������-. 1 ������ <���������'*. *:,' i- a '*, t-m't*.  .   Smtiu, in tdttck u.ud  [worn more than ever.  urn** l.lu., ������������  W. N. V., Ha. Ill  ix  relieve tht dUcomfet������ ������t ence, end help dlftat Ihe ���������vctleed.   Th* letter et tin.  mnttmay (eel qtfte tula with t boi ef NA-DRU-CO DyspetstiTebku al hand   *������. a bat.   tf yyttt imftfitt bat net tlecke-J tbem yet tend Un. an* we  wflj malt meit> \������  Wefhwel t>r������t mmt Oeeal.et Ce, el CeeW*. UmmfA,      ....    .M���������������-..t  ���������**m^*^^m*mmm������tmAmmmmmmm**mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtm.   ������^H-_-������t_>-a_ai THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Tlie Cumbrian! Km  issued  Every   Tuesday by  the  Comox   St   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  This paper will not hold itself  rwpoutublu for tbo opinions oi oth-  ������r<������, nn nmy nppoar in its columns  (row time to time.  -..... -_ -.-, ���������^..���������nrrm^mmm  TUESDAY,  Doc. 2 7th,    1������1Q,  COAST  LAND DISTKICT.  Ditirict oi Coant, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Kdward C  Town-lend ot Vancouver, B. C f  feutleman, intends to apply for per-  tni^fon to purohaso the following  described landi������: Commencing at a  po#t planted aboai 7 miles corth  and 2 miles eati of tbo uoutbeaft  corner of CL 335b, thutce south 80  chains, 'hence v--e������t 80 chaian.  thenoe north 80 chains, thence east  80 chains, to post of corcimence-  metU, containing 640 acres, more or  Its*. EDWARD C TOWN8KND.  Dated July '27th, 1910.  RCPSRTLAND DISTRL-T  Distrietof Rii*>l  TAKE nttiorti*rlHta*Klw������������-'-rJ.n'-iii ,  y������n. of Vancouver, B. C. > ecu; atiot,,>n>,- !  ried woman, intend* to a iply f. r perm'!*-j  sio- t������ purchase  the foJI-������������-i-air '������������������<������������������������ ih A \  lauds:���������L.E. Jenkin-joii's S.E    o i tier.)  Commenoing st  a   post pla* lad at tlw  north east ooraT of Seca<n I. Township  'il, tlience we������t 160 chai.������, tbn-co north  2% chaina,   mere or leas t-> Urorifiu L- > o,  thence esat along the laky amire to Town-  ������hip line, theaee st/nth 83 ckaiue uu,r������ <>r  Inm to plaoe ot oouMneneomttut UMtnuiuiug  540 auras, more or leaa.  LILLA M.EAKOR .imKUSWH,  L\ND ACT.  Furm   No. a.  Koriu of Notion.  Coast District,  ])i-. tict of ttunfce 2  ���������TAKK uotnle th������t Willi on  Leek,   it  Vuueuuvei,occupiui*" Ki'.Kineur,   intends.  to apply for permiraion to purchase the  follnwiug (legended Nnd*,:--  t'oniuu'Ucin}; ������t a just plnnted   on the  Ijuutih Abulia ono and a li-if milea .Smith  H.A frmu the .South Kist coroi-r of O. L.  X158. theuce North   ei},'iity  (80)  oiiaiua,  northeast corner of No 6, bein*^ four  niiies north ol the south-vest corner of  N* i, theaee uorth So chains, theuce  we->t, 8o chains, thence soudi 8o ch.iins  thence e-tst 8-< chains to the point of  commencement, contaiiiinj,' 64.1 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910.  Dated June 23rd 1910*'"' ^^ '**'Ul! ll,e"co Et,t "l*hV <80' tlu"fi'   the,Wu  1 South (SO) t-luiiin,   theico    We.t    (80)  RVPKRTLANDD181 RICT  District of Rupert.  TAKB NOTICE th-t Llia FL'timce  JeakiuaoD, of Vancouver lb U. oieupnu- u  Spinster, intends tu apply <or ei-riui<aion  to purehane the tullowiup .nec-ib*,! litudr.  Commencing at a pint u'a'te' .1' tli-  north east oorner ol ae-tiuu SG, T>wi>-  ship UO, tbenee south -80 chain*, t om*  went 80 ehaini, there* tor ii 30 cluiiiK  theuoe east 80 ch������ii>B tu pi-oc of c* tu-  nieno������ineHt, w-t������iujiig GiO *cr.n moro  LILLA FLORENCE J F-NKtNaON,  !>< ia. Leslie, Age,,*-.  Dated June 21st 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, iiange 2.  TAKK FOTICK tbat Frank W.  Leesoii, of Vancouver, B C, broker,  intends to apply for permission to  psiicbaw) the followii.g described  landi?: Commancinp; at a poBt  planted about 7 milei< uorth and 2  milw east oi tbo south-am corner of  CL SS58. thence north 80 ehaini,  thence east 80 ch&ins, thence eouth  80 ehains, thence west 80 chains, to  pout of commencement, contninin^  640 acre,?, mori? or less.  FRANK V.' LEESON.  Dated July 27tb, 1910  COAST LAND DJSTRIST.  -Dismct-of~Coa8t^liaDgeJJ_,__,_.  takk iNotice that G������orge   More,  of Vanoouver, B.C, broker, intends  to apply for penuist-ion to purchase  tht> following cioscribetl lands: Com  itivii.citi-sj at a po<?t planted about 7  miW north tiiui 2 nii.e<i east of the  i-ijijilieae'-i r.orr.er of CL 3358, thence  north 80 chaina, thence west 80  t-.hrtiiif,, thence eouth 80 chains,  thenco east 80 chain* *o post of  ���������comim-nceffient, containing  ������or*?������, more or le������������. ckobgk more.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  RUPEHT LAND DISTRICT  District of Ruptdt  TAKB NOTICE tkat hiddy Gleme.it  Blythe, of Vanoouver, ll, C. i-ecuuutiou  Logger, intenna te appl* tor p<,rmi������ai-a  to purobase the fo.lowiin de*oni-eil lH'Aa:  Cora mencing at a poit plan ed at tlie  goutbeast oaro������ r ot Se -  tiuu ia, townahip 21, m-rk*������d V. C. Bly-  tbi 3. ������. coruer, thtnoe n -rth. HO ������;hii,.4,  tliinee wtel SO ehaii-s, tn^nur 0om.l1 So  ohaiiije, theAoo eaat 80 chum* b> plnn*- *>t  eo-imencemeat, oontaiatjg 640 Hor���������������  more or leea  PADDY CLEMENT ULYTHK  Will. Leslie, AaB,.t.  Dated Jane 30th, 1910.  chniua, lo poiwi of coiiiuuiiouuou', um-  titii'iit^ six huudred mul forty n-iws, moie  or hiw.  WILLIAM LBKK.  DiiUd June 4th, ItUO.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  LAND  ACT.  Form Nu. D,  RUPERT LANt) ULVnacT  I>istriot otRupnrt.  TAKE notice that William R������-bna+,  of Vauoouyer, B. V, occiii-nf.������������������ Sa,*������uiwi  mteuda to app[y for pt-r ��������� u-i >n t������. purohaae the followirg drgcibMi iu.d.: U -ui  monoing at at a p.,������t plaute.1 ������t the S. K.  ������������,n,',e,r ������J ^otiou ������*. Tow.i.lnp 21, miii-K-  ed VV. Robmaou, ������. E, &, ntr, tliei.-*  nortli 80obame, thenco west HO uhai t,  thence aonth 80 cliaitj., tauoce e*st &u  oliaina to place of comm^ nceuieut, cout-iui  mg 640 acrea, m������r* or I **8.      WILLIAM HOBINgON __  r. 1 _ r      _ WmTEesrer^Vgeut.  Dated Jtiae 80th, 1910.  UUPjiRT L.1ND WSTRIC'f  District of Rupi-rt.  T.lKE NOTICE that Ruth KeilnOlaA  of \'u couver, B, C, oi-cupntion married  wo ninn, inrnadH to apt_tly f r permission  to iiuruiianutho followiaj; cUncrtlied lnads;  (Jjni*i,tf)ui))i)<f ut a p st jiUnied at the  south nast cirn������r of St*oti-n 1, Town-ship  21, tli'-nou norih 80 chaina, tlu'tioa wait  U0 clmi:,**. tbenee Houth 80 chnim., tLUioe  ������������������ant mi rvuDMiH to pUeo of ounmuusement,  uu uii'iny 6-ili ncrnn, more or 1*b������,  UUIif UE2IA CLAItK,  Wm. Leslie, Aiieat  ij,a*,,l,lu!ifi2ltjt, IDIC  RUPERT LAND DlsTUfCT  Diatriet of Rnjiert.  TAKE NOTICE that 1  K wmd Thon  lev, nt Vaiioouvc, B.C., o-oH-fit mn, Tti'V-  e'lcr, intends to npply fur perm Hri.n w*  purchiae the following; vie cci'fei   i.uds:  C������mtniBaicg  at  a post planted   ni   :h  uorth BB*t corner of Seeioy   12. T '\v*loi>  21, (henoe ami 80 chains limine a u h  G401 iO chains, th������a*e west 4,'j chaias moieor  'les*i to  Georgia  Luke,  thm-ci; un It-rly  td6A_ north shore of Ink** 93 chain', inure  or Itei te where section J,m������ he w un   ,'m'u  12 nnd 13 iiiterseots lai o, thfof.   0,1 ��������� ti<  cliaios mora or les* to pluei-j of ������)n.in������:i''  meat iuseribid on po,t 8* Ai-uih to M. E  ourner, E- TborTi!*.y, oontiiui sr (Jill neren  uioro or lew.   EDWARD TllORri LEY.  Forfli of Notice,  C'oiut Lielrict,  ]) utrics ot IUwjs'0 2.  TAKE autice that Vein a Leek of Vaucouver, occupation Spiuati-.r,  iuteuds tu  apply for pera,iaa-n to purohttsu the  tA-  lowing desuribed umda;���������  Oumiuenciuij at ������ pout plauted at the  North West enrtier i,f Nn. 1, theuce Wet  eighty (&0)ch>UiBu*.oru������rle>sio C. L.  3358, thenco Ni rth eifjaty (80) chuiua ������-  loaif O, L. 335!), tne. co LW oghy (80j  chains, theuoe So-ilh eifc'ht>* (SO) uh.iu.,  to the poiut of comatexvenie. t, cant.in-  mg eix hmidied iind fo;ty (l>-tU) -cie-  mure or less.  VEKNA LKKK  Name of Applioant.  Uated Juue 4th, l'JIO.  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District of Kan^c 2.  TAKli NOTICE that Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, occuoation engineer, intends  to apply ior permission to purchase the  N.me ot App.io.ou!f())K)wini4 iiescnbed lands; Commencing  ��������� at a post planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (beinx three miles north of the  soutliwtst corner of No t) theuce norih  80 chains, thence east 80 ch.iins, thence  Miuth ������0 chat.is, thence west So ch.iiiis,  to the point of commencement-, contain-  my six hundred snd   forty,   6ao,   acres,  more or less.       WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, JOio.  LAND ACT,  Form No. 9.  Form ot Notice,  CoaaC Diatrlot, Raoge 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Burton Hoi-  land, of Vaocouter; ooenpation, e.e-  cfMin'ftnt, intends to arply for per-  miraion 00 purohase tbe followiogde-  KRribed lands: Cominenoing nt, a pott  olanted at the nortb east corner of Ko  12, l-einjt four milea nortn aod two  utiles weal of the south west corner ol  No. 1, theoce nortlf 80 ohaioa, thence  ������������������������������������at 80 ebainijtbenco south 80 ebaine  thence east 80 chuiua, to tbe point ol  0. mtuenoement, aootaftdog 640 aores  mors or less.  BURTON HOLLARD,  Name oi AppUoant.  Dated June 7th, 1U10.  LAND ACT.  Fora No. 9.  Form oi Notice.  Coast Diatriot, Bangs 2  TAKE   NOTICE   tbat  John   M.  Stewart, of Vancoo^ei, ocoupation ear  penter, intends to apply for   permission to purchase the following described   lane*:���������Cobb mencing  at a   prat  planted at tba northwsBt oorner ol No  11, beiog ti'iee miles nortb aod three  mitre weet of the southwest ooruer of  No 1, theoce uortb 80 ehains, thence  west 80 eh air 8, thence aouth 80 ehains  ibence east 80 chains, to the poiut of  oommeueetneot, oontaiDing;6>iO aeiee,  more or lusi. JOHN M.8TEWART.  Name oi Applioant.  Dated Jute ft, M0.  Dated June 28th, 1910  Wia.Le.ho, Aj,'0; t,  RUi'Kftl LA.Vl)Dl;<rRICr  lYiArl.l ot 'Rupert.,  TAKE NOTICK tint, O,*or������e Noiman  Vi .tAicy, ot Vnn������"Uver, H.C, oojup-ition  bioK-konpir, '.iit������iidH to ap|>ly for pormii*  Mod to piir������hi������no the followinij deaoribed  litmlri: ��������� Co*r. ��������� 'Ing ������t a pc-.o plnnted nt  iho Hout-h xv ffi'ii t uf H c t rn J8,ro*n  ahip H, pimi ,,-ni *i.���������-l ii. N Wor.luy'n 8,  W. u'lrt.nr, vli'i).*- ';.'. 80 ohains, tboiict  north 8(1 oli-in* '.lunee went 80obains,'  ti.Mi.oe south HO nliaiiiH to p ami nf nom-  in,.'.n.'n,������o!iit, oontnining iWo aorea, more  or Iuhh.  UXOIt&X NORMAN' WORSUtV,  Win. Unite, Agont,  Hitwl Juno S9th, 1910.  HUPIIUTLANDDISIUICI'  DtsWottf Rupert.  TAKK NOTICK that Hii-phun Soilli,  nt \'eaflouvc.'r, II. O., oo*,'iip������tion,  book-  - )i>*i*. inteniU tn apply for inrmiasiiu to  .   '    o thu fjllowiiiR danorihtd land������l-  . Mtsiivb, N   W, aroiior.    C'mumeQui-ag it  ������ l>'i"y pi* .od jn Tnw-mliiji l>iio at aonth  *. t |,. '. 1'   liooiijiii li-inn,   tliHtev lotltlt  AtA tth*ii)f 1 mt tn or h an to th** iiuurtrr  limit   hev.a-, !*V<'tii������j Dl   ul iW,  Town-  ��������� hp l������a,it'U   thonce  nml   10  uliailiN,  ��������� '���������int-   1.   ;!i ItM) chainM, tli-uiioweat 10  <!������ I'������, 'H'aOe H"������i������l    tAi-lin   <i|.J-i,M(i|  umiin* iioeuf* ',   cw-unijf 140  .*ie������������,  tu, ���������., ,.���������������������,      UTKl'HK.V .iCATH,  Wm. L.mIih, Ak*������t,  U.iif iitue Wild, UUD  RUPMIILAND DWTKJOT  Dibtriotof Uu^rt.  TAKE NOTICE that I, nnmuel Hew.  den, of Vanooover, B. C., oocuuu,ion mi -  iog eiigiaeer, intonds In apply fur p1 rmiM  oion to puroiiom the  fiillowi u lienor hod  laut'i'.-A-OoiDiBeuoiug at u p'n-t |jlmii,d at  ihe aouth west corner of Motion 2, Tow.,,  ship UL tliraot nor h 81/chinx,   ihincc  *n*ib80 ehMu", thonoo   smith 80  ih������i*-H  thonce wt4 80 ehalas, t*> jilacu of cou.iu  encement, ooutniidng 0(0   o,e , 11100 <>r  Iohh. SAMUEL H IWDKN,  W ii.-. Luiiiiv, .V'.oi t  Dnted June 21st, 1910.  RUPBRT LAND DisTUloT  District of K pari.  TAKE NOTICE that Haulm Aihhv, 11'  Vancouver, R. C, oconi^tinu,  uiarriu  woman, intends to applv for pivmHiiio  to purohaw) the following dt't-v ihol Hind :  CjmiiiOiioln-viit a post  rlintf I  Ht th,  Hontll ������ast corner   ol  Bceti'in Hm, TnW'-  ���������hiplil, thi*nne  north m cIihI c, tlimmi  wast 80 ohaini, thence muiuIiKO uhniiiH,  tbeuce eiut 80 ohnlua, t * nl k\,< 01 uumm-  auesmant, c������ntaUiinn ti iti net* , n i<ru 01  km. UAIUKK Atillli.',  Wm. Jk'hIiu, Auent,  Dnt������dJun������2)st, 1010.  Cook's Cotton Roct Compound  The) frent 1)1 nine Toyt**. aot  only anfo oiit������.Hinl Mo'ithly  llte������ulal������irnn v liioti women eni;  (tepeuiU rVilil In U.������ en ilin'rvw*  ef atfeaith-Nfo. t. fl t Ko 1  Udeirreoeeutinipjf.a.); Vo,*,  jte ������v������slaJ C4** ft por hot  Bow V all uiMijrrrwl ��������������� or ���������** .<  nvpalil oa ti'it������������������������������ t ���������p.-UtA  .-   ._.   ' * *^P������B,J���������,<,H Au'rln ���������������������  Jut  lft&������l������iSf������iCiJ.To������������������T������,ftn. QwiM'A" (*'t*vn  LAND ACT.  Fnrm No. 9,  Foi in of Notice.  L'oiwt Dutriof,  District of  Range 2.  TAKE-notice thai, Ehnor Leek of Vea-  ooiivn-, iicuupa ion Married woman, intends t j apply for p..riiiUBion to purohase-  the following dedcrihrd land's:���������  (,'onimrnci g at a post plaited at .the  North Wcitt curlier of No. 1, thenoo N- rth  w^ity7S0TcIIOTirti!eflTo~Ka-������^(8i))Thaiti*  thouce South eighty (fiii) chnins, theuoe  VVnat (80) chains to point of commeuci.-  mont, coitaiuiug six tumiLed 11..1I fo;ty  acn?������, moie or less.  ELANOR LEEK  Nanie uf Applieai.t.  Dated Jnne 4th, 1910.  ���������"land ACT.    "'  Fon������Nn. y.  Form i'f Nn ieo.  C-������a������t Uia liet Rii'-tr--'2.  T.-VKI! NOTICK lh t Kit 1 erine Brown.  ���������I. onpetioQ   widow,  iniuiuL   co apjdy foi  p nnis'ioij tn pmUiihO ihn f Imw ins������ de-  Hcridod  Ikih'ih:   C rani"101 ���������* at a pus  |jlin toil nt the unrthni ��������� O'lViur of   Xo 2  (liiinwlw 1 iiiihiM nurtli ot cliQsotithwfl.t  Ournor of Nn 1) thoiiO' i.orui  ei|)|itj (oil)  elmiiiH,   tie n* v\o t  ������i^l.ity  (80) clmi...  thonuo Houth eighty  (801 ohftins,   thunci*  fiiif eighty [80] uhuiiiH, t >  the   point  1 f  ooiDnniiicu.i-viit, cuitiiiiiin-,' ,jx humliti!  and fnrly [CIO) norm), woro ur \e*n.  KATHtflUXKUROWX,  Nuino of appllunnt;  Uatud June 4, Uiltl.  LAXD ACT.  Form No. 9.  liormoi Notice.  L'onst UiHtiiot,  Dlnlric if lUuire No  TAKK NOMCW that Ai.ue Ilremnor, nf  HnMoii, oco ipitiun cpiiHtir, intt'tidat������npply for pi-Mlll'Blull 10 pIllCllllHU ihololloiv  i*K il-KBo.-ibn*! hind : toinnuiiuing at a pr������t  plnmet lit the n"i'tlti*it������'. eonmr cf lin, _  llmin-it two tuih-a iicrth of Uio ho u Hi worn,  OKi-nor of Nn. I) llioritoiorih ei-jhy (80)  cliuiuH,   tliHiiuw  eiut lit'lity (HO) cliiiin-,  thonui! anutli ni.lit-y (Hu)   ouauin, thi nee  wtftt-uitilit)'[80) i-hniiiH to poii.t of emu  ii.iiiceuitiiit, fitiiitnininK aix hmidrod und  f*wrtt (01(1) iiore*. more or ltii-H.  A.N.VIK IMiMMMSIl,  Name if Apnlicu* t,  fi.twl June I, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Utl'BitT LAND D18TUICT  IH^t 1 int of Uurwrt.  ,.,..'.' :   ..'."'A '.  ..',   ' '.. ������������������'������������������el.-tni'. '<**  ������������������,.'-,-.-  1   (':    ���������i'i'iipui,)ii, broker, In-  >,,)   )������������������     pit tor piniiiK.iiiii io pa eliil������e  .,*,   .;.'i������ w..fj il i,..'iiii,il ii������iiii������;--iJjmiiion  .������   11 ..no, -,J   t tha ujiib  e������������t  1 f  , i* ion iii, Township !i0, tlnuo������  ��������� 1. h '.tf eeoiiu'.   limsoj vvi'w', eO ohalna,  \,r  -.- 11,1-". S'i I'inun*,   iheniai  mat Hii  .", .at*. I       1  , t) 01   t-umiouftt-.,. v>.������.v*., y,m  t M -.nt rtl" ilnrtta, iiH'ruor lw*.  JOHN KU'KiNK,  Wm   Le.lie, Agont.  Ha-* .fu'.f '.M������t, \-\) si.  RUI'KlirLANllJiWTUICT  D,*trii:l "t HojH-rt.  i AKK NoilcK that Ada Eleanor Jen-  ������ uh .,, I --.-uini ,v������t, W. t'., , ccupeti'iu,  M������texiirri(>h������r, ini*'"'* tn *tn>t) for imtutit-  w ���������*, l������ (,n,i! aaj 'h������< foll<i*������i������if d������*������ril������ii  .iirt*;- l^*ro ��������� fiM-i'lk' ai a p ������i paoi������������l at  tiie ,.4th *>mi orntr uf Mtwtinu iii, Tut ���������  ahili 'Ai, th#"i������! mmb W ereina, t*i������|iC*������  e������A ita<A*������i-a, .be.-emm**tib *������������������ha'-a#.  frietM** wa<t rtDcheina t������ pl������c������ ol ������v)������o-  ���������aeaevmeet, intent mg M'������ ecr**, anoie m  ADA ELBAN(HI JKN'KI.V<it)N',  Ilo, Ltt.li, A^-miU  Cotst District  Disiiict ol Ruikc 2,  PAKE NOTICE tla.it Edwin I' Kum*  pntmn broker, in.  iiiim lo purchase  iiiids.   Coin-  .-  .    ***..,      .,    ��������� mencinjf nt ,i pout planted at the north-  W^NfW!^ easi corner ol No 4 ffe.nu throe   miU-,  ���������_^^**^*t*emm% 6i> l'Umt* thtMe  'WOOd'fl A'tOfipll'iliao. J n'-,,i "f \'nnrouvt-r, 011 upn1  l?i__tfrfet AV'i*   ii'ittirtlu   UinUlDiipply fm rtcmtuiii  Pones und Invii/a-iMMtMi mIio',    ,     , ��������� , ,  lertoM in, ,.1,  |,,,vUwi   \,..\    inc follmviny   ilew/nped  lleorlIn oM Vniiit i>.**������,v,,-. . .11  ���������%.,*��������������� 1 ...1 ���������< ��������� ���������.. rf*, ....' n    * menctnjf nt ,i nnat planted  LAND ACT-  Fonn No. g.  r'or.n of notice.  Coast District Ranj;e 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William H.  Whalen, of Vancouver, occupAtion, gen-  Oem.in, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands: Commencing .it a post planted at  the nortli east corner of No. 6, bein:*  tour miles north of ihe south west comer  of N'. 1; thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence souih So chaius,  thence west 80 ohains, to the point of  commencement, containing six hundred  and forty acres, more or less.  WILLIAM  H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant."  Dated June 4th, 1910.  .iiiiauMi na������������������������,_,-._w ������������������-���������.-.*-.���������,m^i**-mr^mmmmmmmmmm*weammmmmmmmnw*  LAND ACT,  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  -������������������ "CoSsrDfsiricti ��������� ���������  I >istrict of Kanye 1.  TAKE OTICE that George Wrha-  !en, 01" Vancouver, occupation, ooniractot  intend* to apply for permission to purchase thc follcwinj! described lands  Commencing at a pi'st planted about on*-  mile west from the north west coiner of  No 2, beintf two miles north and uo  miles '<ve*t of die souih west corner of No  1; ihence north 80 cnVnis, ihence east 80  chains, ihence south 80 chains, more or  ���������less to Ci* L. 33)8, thence west, 80 cliains  along said licence to point of commence  ment, containinj> O40 acres, more or less,  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910,  LAND AOT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notioe.  Ooaat Diatriot, Range 2  TAKE NOTICE that Alex F Brem-  ner, of Bi ston, occupation eU(.iuee>,  intends to apply for pprmisaioe* to put-  ohas-i the lollowing drsoritxd lands:���������  CommeociuK at a pf at planted at thr  northeast eorner ol No 12, teing four  nu'ris north acd two milee Wt-st of tb*-  si.otb west coroer of No 1, tbenoe uorth  80 onaios, thenoe east 80 c.huiut,  .henoe south 80 chaius, ihence went  80 eh-iua, to the point ol couxmeuer-  uiBiu, oootaifine 640 aoron, more ot  \>*t. ALEX F. BREMNER.  Name ot Applioant.  Dated Jona 7,1910.  1-lHVWArtTt. TlTatUliT  Toronto,Qui,  neat  i-mlny,  Ho,  thii������������, thn.ee umtb  cij.'hiy, 8������, ������hain������, thence ������it������t eighty 80  . I* .in- i|> niimt ol   <onOi)������-l*)i;cm***l)t,    e,,_-  tan.mg uix huiid1-.1l in,1 fony [0411;,ores  iiioio or !<;������>.  EDWIN I' IIUI:MNER,  Name ol Applicant.  LAND ACT.  .I'orm No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Cou-t District Kaiiyoa.  TAKE NOTICE thai Robert II. Ellis  of Vancouver, occupation,broker, intcmls  to apply for permission 10 purchase the  follmvirto; de-'cribed IiiihU: Co'iiMicncin--!  at a post planted at the soulh west corner of No, 10, beii)}}' iwo miks north and  two miles west of lhe south west coroer  of No. 1, thence norih Ko chains, thence  west 80 chnins, thence south Ha chnins,  mote nr less, thence can 80 chains, 10  point of commencement, cimtaininK 640  acres, more or less.  RUHKkT 11. Kl.LIS,  Nitniu of Applicant.  IV,tod June 4tb, 191(1.  ||_e>>J>a-Me1e\*^^  LANU  ACT.  Foim Nd. 9.  Form of Nol Ice.  Cimsi District f<4iij{8   ,  TAKE NOTICE lh it John G. Arm  ������lioti|{, of Vancouver, ifr.cuuAimn, clerk,  intends to apply for permit tion to pur-  tiwtso   the followini; doiicribcd laiiih:--  Ciiininciuin^   at  a posi pbnled at Iho  north wiil corner of Xo. 11, beiiiK three  mile* north ani Iwo milo*  west   of ihe  south went rornur of No, 1; ihence norih  80 1 h.ini), thenco wenl lio chains, th':nct  ihence   south 80 chnins, tlier.ri������ east   So  ch tin*, I-the  point ot cnmmencenietii  containing (no acre-*, more or less.  JOHN 11, ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1010,  I.ASU ili. I.  Form No, 9,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form ot Notioe,  Ooast Distriot. Bang* 3.  TAKE NOTICE tbat Jobo Morai-  io, of Vaaoouier, occupation constructor, inlands   to apply for permission  to pnrcbaio  tbe   following  described  lande'-Commettaingfita post planted  at tb*< northeast corner of No 14, !>���������-  ins   6������e  miles uorth sod two rriif*-  weat of tbe aoutbweat eorner of No 1,  ilonce north tiOchfinj,  tbenoe   weat  80cbaiiH,  lltmce" south   80 obains  tbeaoe eaet 81) chains, to th* point o'  ui'inmeuoemeDt.'COutaininv 6������0 AOrj-a  rooto or less.      JOHN MORAVIC,  Name cf Applioaut.  -^>������**d-Jn^e.8,491ft_.___.________  LAND ACT. .'  1 Form Ko 9.  I'orm of "N't-ioe.  Ooast Distriot, Rmge 2,  TAKB NOTIOE tliatJon-jh Mor-  ivio, of VaoaouTtr, (MJcupation eojvio-  rr, intends to npply ioi p������rt*. Usioo to  iiuchaae the lo'lowing drsnrlhed landi:  Oomnfooiug at a poat plauted at  th*  a -nh;ast netaer id No 14, beiog li-tr.  miles nor to and two ni'lce weat of to.  s uihw������Htooroarof N  1, th.uce north  80   ona us,   M-euoe   eaet   80   chains.  t*. fnoee oth 80 onaina,������litiu������;o m*l HO  chains,to the  point   of   oomijeuoi-  m������ut oootiiinio;; 040  aere*, moru ot  l,-s������. JOaEfb. MOUAVIO,.  Nairn ul Apr li.aot,  DtUd Juno ff 1910  LANU ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coaat DUtriot, Rauge 2.  TAKK NOTICE that Alexander MoPbte l  of Vanoouver, Occupation, carpenter, io-  tende to apply for permiatiou to parcoeee  tbe toHowiog deaoribed lands:���������Commeuo-  tng at at a poat planted at tbe uottb weat  oorow of No. 1'4, bei&tt four milea north  aod three mile* weat of tbe south weat co ���������  ner of No. 1, theuce north 80 obain������,tiieuce  weat 80 oiiains, theuce aouth 80, chama.  thence east SO oliaina, to the polar, of commencement, containing 940 acre*, more or  leaa. ALEXANDER WcPflEK,  Name of Applicant.  Dtted June fith, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  Ceaat Distriet, Range 2.  TAKffi NOTICK thrtt Naomi McPljee,  of Vaucouver, occupation, wairied woiuto  iuteuda to apply for permieaion to pur-  uhaae the following -Jteoribed laad������: C������m  meDcing" at a post planted at tbe north  we������t corner ot Nh. 14, being five u,ile*  north and three milea west > f the Bouth  weat oorner ������f No. 1, thence uorth 80  chain., tbeuce weat 80 cbaioa, tbeuce  south 80 chftiun, thonce eaet 80 c iaia������, to  the poiut of couiintncemout, c-ontai.il g  040 aer������n, more or les*.  NAOMI McPHEE.  {' Name of Applicant.  Dated Juue 6th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No 9  Perm of Notioe.  Coast Dh-iriet, Raoge 3.  TAKE NO HUE that William  HainS', of Van-jo'ivar, oooupivtlon foil  .lisri,intends to applj (cr ri������ra.i-i������lM  t<- purohasa tho followirnt iletto������ib>d  I iids.���������ComtriBPri g af a poet plautrd  ni tbe northiiosi oorraur oi No 16, beiug six railts DOrtl) aud two milen  wen of the soutbwsM corner id No 1,  Ibtocs north 8l> fjhslos, tb<>*eu west  80 elsains, thnoou south 80 clinim,,  tboiiii*! fast 80ohsins, 10 tliv pniut (*'  ooiou)encom������ut,������oiitsiaiDi flit) aerrs,  wore or less. WILLIaM HAINEd,  Namo of Applioant.  Dated June (> 1010  LAND AOL'  Form No 9,  Form of Nolloo,  Coast Diatrlot, Rungs 3,  TAKE   NOTICE that Occr������e  C.  Pratt, of V������uoon*er, oooupation  ao-  ootiutaiil, lnt������i)ds lo apply lor  pnt  ndt* no to ptwohase thi following de-  seriiicd landat���������Commmi;i gal a post  pUiil-d at tho northiasi soroer o( Nc.  JO, bring six milt*  north aod twi*  osllrej wost ol tbt sjotn went ooro' r ol  Nu 1 ttisuoe i.ortb 81) ohains, ic incites 8U obalrs, thrift souih 81) oliainr,  ibeuco wMt UD ahalbt. to th* poit.������0  e< ramr-nrtoj'-u', eont.ining f4f)aorea,  mor* or Uis. UKORUK 0, PRATT,  Naoat ol Auplloant.  Dated Jura 6, ittIO  -fcA-N-D-AGTh  Foi-iu No. 9.  Coast District, R*rge 2.  TAKE NOTICB tbat Lewis J. Boll, of  Vatcoaver, oooupation, forenuu. iatetida  to apply fer  p>rmi������aiou to purcluaae   the  following deeuribod  lands: i.;oiume;.ciu������  at a post (tlauted at the uortb v>e>t com-r  of No. 16. being lix mica mrth aad ti*re������  uiilef weat of ihe souih wrsi coroer of No  1, thence nurth 80 ch������ii.*, therco we.t 80  ahaine,"thence Konth  80chains,  thenco  oa������t 80 oluiiK, to tbe jioiut nf coumie.ne-  mout, c.'iit������iuiigG40 tcie*, moie cr loan.  LEvVlsJ.jiULL,  Nainoof Applioaut.  Dated Jane 6!h, 1910.  LANU AOT.  Fuvm No. 9.  Form of Notice,  Const Uistr.ot, Rnnge 2.  TAKK NoriuS that Alexander J. Stew  nrt, of Vauoiiivor, -.oyuuntio.i, oirpvnt.r,  intoudB to apply for ijeriniHuiou to pur-  chibo tho follow ing dtfiuribed hn.rih:���������  L'oinmonoini,' at a poat plnnted en tlio  ah re about 'i\ udUs in a soulh ������hs>  torly direction frmn thn sontb wes o^r-  ntruf No. 1, thauue ilmtli 80 chains,  tiioiiue e*at 80 vhnns, theuoe sauth 80  oluias. thence* w<*mt SO cliains, to point  of ooiiiui'Dcuiuont, ouiiUlidiiB 040 uoroH,  moro or loss,  ALEXANDER J. STEWART,  Namo of Applioaut.  DnioJimo 9th, 1010.  LAND ACl'.  Form Nd. 9. Form of Not not  Count Diatrlot, Range 1  TAKR NOnOB tbat ������.������i,* j������,a. Rftl?  late, f, CUarl-������������H.ntrH"K..  .f  Whal .  town, Corti*/Island, aawindlmier, in end  trtafe1ff..rt>������rm<a.ioBt.>li-iHMhff,.ll,w  ,,������������������,i r���������n. . ���������-,,���������  ing'lwibod fnr-hore:- (Wnimingat \lU C'! JunC4, m  a l*e*i->\*ftad  at tha lai^o ������ai*������r  um,*,,  ���������ii������n-n  abijiit flve o-ualne ������o,thrriv Irom uA ,44 l  W. ooruatot the fraovioa*! A. VV, -,uari-  rieoUonMI, Cartel lalani, trrnca rnn. I  ulagla a a^utaefly diraoti ,1, f-li,.*!..��������������� th..  taaa������id������r of tho saore 1io������ i��������� a pomt tmi!  Crieifi* aontlioi ly ftetu tin an (4 S. W ��������� t,  Milt ih* 110*1*1**1    S.M     .pi.'ll.f     (������.,(  um, Hi, Cunat lalatvl, at..! ,-,i.\���������.Ki ^ 4n  tha fwaaboio tbeteiu ik>������o t��������� ,,iw w*ltr  mark  Ita'H Joty asth. tfJUO.  CHAS   II. sli AN.,it,  LAND ACT,  J* HI 111 Js������ >/,  rorin of Not he.  Gust DUnci,  District o| Ran^e j  TAKK NCTICK tlut   Iklen  .Shaa- j ,utf(| Jn, f 4 ,,f j^  iiiin(crl H',������irm, ii.Lup.inni ni .i������,������iL ������,,.,  man, o iruds to applv f������t pfimusuni t������������| "  Form of Notice.  Coasi District Range l.  TAKE NOTICE ll at x*t itrnOt- ������.->-  lend, nf Vaneouvrr, rrcripaMon, ma������-  rled woniao, Intend* to arply (or p* r  m(s������ioo to ������i*roHae������������h������ f'illowio< rf>>  j tetibtd iatidr: Conmet eln-a* at a p ������J  p1������0'������d at tha north *is; rurtterof N������  111, Mug tbta** nxtbt north and  ten  j milea w������at t.f lie r������ W n mr cf N������  {I, th-*nea nortb 81 ch������inn, t'i������ao������ cast  e4)   t'ltri a    *hiin< Utiu'l   8'������ nbain.  ilwooa weet 80 chaios, m ti ���������> noiit * f  coinrarnernieot, eont'i di.g 640 tens,  mi ro or Ua*.  <i������Km'UKHOIU.Vf>  N*mt of Ai'phccnt.  pun-|i-.*������ the follow,tm ili-������riii,c 1  |,,���������,|,  I Lxinu tn< .ng M  ���������*  \t \,t..nnd 4 ih  HUimO-ltlliK FOB THK NKWS  OKIS O.SK UOlUlt A YKAU.  IAXD AOT.  Form No 9,  ������������������'��������� ���������*���������' -      ..,.,. ��������� ������������������". *.  -*t ��������� ���������   -*,  rerw oa Nothw,  Coaat Disttlot, Ranpi" I  TAKK NOTICE Ihar Dava F������rgn  ���������00, ol Vanoou������������r, ff eur atloo bnttbei  intends  to apply for pinnl'si-in to  "���������-i")������"    fi,e    Irllnwlnf    deanriheH  anda:���������Coo insnclngat a tKi������t(ilsti������iM  ���������������������������ar tha t,#ech al th* ttmtmeat onrnrr  xl Nn 11, Mm two wiles north  sor*  hr������f> *������<Im west of tha snuthartat oor.  ���������111 of No l,**e%(ie north 80 ^������lo������,  thence w������t������ 80ohai a, tltooa sootli  SOeitsiat, moro or |. s# ������o fher������ Mn������,  ibrnea     fast    80    chains      alone  *botn Iln* t* tvilnt of commaocoraeot,  QortaiuiBi Moaeitr, note ut haa.  OAVB FKR(.U*ON,  Mama of Applleaot.  f>**ed June 6, IBIil  IK VOU WANT  GOOD PRINTING  (JIVE U������ A THIA?.  TAKK NOTICK that Klia������l������th J������������o  Smith, of Vanciiuver, uecnjMtion, tuaniotl  womitu, intcnrlH to apply for |n renamou  to pnrghttie the following doiurlh, d Uin a:  Commencing ut 11 i-o������t planled at the  ������������������uth naateorner ot No. I, theue* 11-uth  HO ohaind, moro or Kmh 10 ahore Hav, the -  eo ������i������t NO oiiaiua ulor.-tr northern buutnln y  of No. ilii, Ihenor nortn 80oluii*S, tliotioe  went 10 obaioi, tu point uf eotuuouovuiKi t������  oiiiilaiuiaff 610 serin, more nr low.  KI.IZAIIRIII,I AN K.SMITH,  Nino of Applicant.  VUJuno Oth, 1010.  ejWa*)TSrj|MSiBS>������)Tf_B^^  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9. Form ul Notice.  fluent -nWrlnt   Ratty" *  TAKK NOTICK that Davtd Dawson  Milur, of Vauown'er, o-jctipelion, carpi ti������  ter, iu lends tu apply fur peruiiaeiuu to pur*  ohaie tha follnwing dinonlted liinln-Cm  ii'miolng at a twit tilanteH at the a..uth  vast curner nf No, I ihr nee nurth *U chaina  thenee rest SO cl.ann, thenee aonth 80  rhaix theuce a est 80 chaina, to vm* of  eoiiimetiuemejit, oobtaialng 0(0ana not*  erltaw.  DAVID DA WHON MII.UR  Name A Ai>ylie������ut,  Oatad Jane 9th. 1910.  FOR 8ALK-A five rmuml  lioniwon hulf Int. For fiirtiitrr jtar-  ticntnrs npply nt tftfa ufflott  VOU HAhVi-Hinhh Vrnmlor  Tyitwrttei in   u**i*\ ������nli*r,   Cmt  $\ilh.i\\\ mi\\ atAl 1**r '  j.l\ Hi (Id* uUiif,  $W������.(J0.  A|i. wm' -fit**- ^*3������tKS^>'*iMf������fa^������  THE   NEWS,' GUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  [unicipahty of ihe City of Cumberland.  PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY  GIVEN to the electors of the  lunicipulity of. the City of Cumber  md, that I require the presence of  ie said electors ut MoLeods'* Ice  ream Parlor? on the 9th day of  miliary, 1911, at 12 o'clock noon,  r the purposeof nominating perms to represent them in the Munioi  il Council os mayor und ."ldernien.  The mode of n <miiiHtioti of can-  idatea sliull be as follow*?:���������-Tlie  iididaios Bhall be nominated in  riling; tbe writing phall bo sub-  iribed by iwo voters of tho munic-  lality as proposer and tecondor,  nd ahull he delivered to the Re*  ming Officer at any timo between  ie date of the notice and 2 p.m.  the day of the nominition, and  i the event of a poll being m-ces*  try, such poll will.be opened on  io 12th day of January.1911, at Mc  eod's Ice, Cream Parlor*, Dunsmuir  venue,Cumberland, B.C., of which  ery person is hereby required to  ike notice and govsm himself ac-  mlingly.  No'peri-on dutll be nominated or  e eligible ud a candidate for Mayor  r Alderman unless he is  poseessed  f lhe qualification by law rc-quirei  f those officeis and unless the can*  id-He shall, on or before the hour  f two p.m. of the day oi  nomiria-  imi,'fuuiieh the Returning Ofilcer  pith a statement in writing, '*ipeci-  yitig lhe land or real property up-  In which he qualifies, his nomina*.  [uin rhal'be invalid and shell  not  be acted upon by   the   Returning  tlfflcer.  The qualification as candidutefor  ilayor in as follows:���������  He must be a male   Britieh sub-  ct of the fulh it e   of 'twenty-one  Special  Holiday  ^Brew  For Sale by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C  COPVBIGM  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -     FOR   SAXE   BY     -     -  Walworth-Rolstcn Co.  ua  l020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B. C.  ���������i  I)  Hi  w  tn  mt  pars and not disqualified under  3iy law and have !>t-en for the six  jtoiiihs next preceding the day  of  trominatioti the registered owner in  he Land Registry Office of land  fnd real property in the city of tbe  s������es������ed vilue on ihe last, Munioi-  |>al Anjeafc-mein Roll oi $1,000 over  and above any legisteied m.cum*  brance or charge, and who is oihei-  wis������ qualified na a municipal voter.  The qualifications hb caiididtlien  lot Aldermen are as follows:���������  He must be a British subject   ol  ���������he   full   ago of twenty*one year8  and notdicquitiified under any law  ;und have bteti for nix inonths next  pieced.ng the day   of   notiiinittion  the rogiHtered owner in   the   Lund  Registry Ollice of land and real tn*  late in the oily ohhensrosr-od value  on the last Municipal   Atstsbuient  lull cf $500or more uv������r aud above  he   regieteied    iucumbiance    or  durgu. and who is ulherw ii-cquali-  ied as a inunicipul vo,or.  ivon under ray hand ut tho  City  of Cumberland, this 27th day  of Docombtir, 1910.  Alex. MuKinnon,  Reluming Oflicor,  ��������������� **.   *���������  kd P! fl  O -t 3  ���������< ������ 3  2^  2 id "m  'JS -t o  *m*  1������ s  ������S������  **- */ ���������*.  ii -  >J  J d ���������*  a Ji   m  B&  *l"  ss*  .  ������    ������>  H   *. A  ei '5 x  ce -f ?  -?    I   2  jz  -r   *_  .5 ai-S  "*S ���������������  k ca Jo  a. ���������  * -  a  i>  -3  3  o  4*  a ,.  C  _    At  ���������* s  .  I  .3 >������  *e  ������������������  I %  s -  a. J  **     mm*  **���������     mm*  tm"*  c    .  ��������� p.     a.  s  a  as  a  ���������A  ���������_  u  ��������� ������  a  p.  3  r-,  tt  I  o  o  W  td  MADE IM CANADA  Use Only the Best  h the Standard Article  KLIADY FOR USE  IN ANY QUANTITY  Ff?r mlcinir. soap, softening wa-  Int, v.;sno������n-j old paint, disinfect,  i.irf ainka, cloo-Jts, drains and for  ts.any o.h-sr purpoeon. A can  cquale ������0 Ibe. SAL SODA.  ���������Sole Eveeytotiortri  E W. G1LLETT CO., LTD.  ler nto, Ont.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any de6criptiodn  )ulonging to tlio Wellington Colliery Co'y., or front or off the land  of the snid Company, will Iih pros,  ecutod to the full extent of the law.  W. J,. COULSON,  .Gonoral Matiao-������r  ri       y  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  Miy cars of ihe Union Colliery  Company by any person or persons���������-except tain crew���������in strictly  proli.'Mted. Employees Te.sub-  ec U> dismissal for allowing   sam-  liy order  W. L.  COULSON,  General Mauaiier.  B  *l*4\fAi**ffa  C. H TARBELL  $3  HIGH GRADE STOVES;  Aad all  KITCHENi. iUTENSILS  Sporismens Goods  aud  General Hardware  |_FAIRF1ELD_|  ;  ���������- -i  |_ STORE  J. JACK,   Pitop.  NOTICE,  NO IT 0B U heituliy Hiv������u tlut 00 day-  liter dittu I  intend tu apply to the Hon.  Hit) Cliinf Ciuiuuiaaiiiiiur uf Lnode uud  IVoikefiira liornNe-u jiroau-tfut for coal  ind pt'trolemii uuder the UiuIh iu aVeleou  liHtnct,    itnd     deeoribed   na   fo'lowc  Jommenolrig at, u p oil plan tid nn the eoa  ibiujIi nt the H, B. corner of Seotion 2a,  lieiipe wtn along the eouth bonaibry uf  aid Heotiun _\, 80 ohaini, thei.oo north 40  iliaiu', inure ur lt'Ht to ������ho Moutlioro boun*  I ty of M H llill'a  iirnnpootinu  lioauao,  lieuutt eaat 00 oliaini, mure or le������������, tu II  V tu irk on ten beauli, tbenoe fnlloeiu^  1 iug it* bdttcli tt the place of o> inmnaotv  RA.OAnBWOIIWOM,  K. Prieai, A������'nt.  )atwl iliin'j:)r,i dny of Ootohor, ItllO.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guoBts.  The Oential Hotel for Bportemon  Non������ but thc Best of Wines and Liquors  ���������it the bar,  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  ������������������LANU UKOInTHY ACT,"  l������ tht mailer of im application for ,i tin  plicMe certificate of title to an umli  virii-a h ot Lot 23), Comox Uiiuitt i  ���������Miu 4ti uiiu'ivuietl i at Un ii, lilfA*.  a, except die eaat  il  feet thoicof,  [map j������}Tonn ���������( CumbetlA-nd.  Nonce m hereby  given ili.it it i������ '.iy  leution -i the -������x|)iimion of one iiionili  roiti  the  dale ol tbe ti.f.t puoiic^iiun  i������r������ol n issue u duplicate cf rtifiCMte nf  ;ille to nbnve above Und* itaued io John  A' llryden on the 2nth nf Julyjioo7,and  lumbered 14619c. i  .e������dKegi������iy Office) S. Y WOOTO������,  Victot'-i, ll.C       [��������� RenUli'.ir Cue**  Nnvembr Jnd, 1910)       nf Tulee  NOTICE TO THE VUl.UG.  Having built a largo ������nri'linnnaaml mill  ut CotirifiiHy, 1 will in fu-tiru kunp on  hand a Block of all kind* nf May, OmIu,  nud Feed at low eet nniket rntOH, A  apeolitlty will be mado ������f roller ttru-xhod  feed for liinaeawliidh will make a aaviiitf  of one third in the eo-t of feed. Urdure  Riven tho tenmeter or hy phone will Ini  promptly tilled. Thanking you for your  pair nnaa lu (tin peat aud anliofiluu n onn  tlmi int'flnf the eitmn on brouler hnei, I  beg to mi.������in  Youn to oouimniid,  HVRON CKANVHOKD.  i.  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco.  Vancouver Ice Cream,  if  tt*  ���������A) Dunpmuir Ave.   Cumberland--*  ���������������>���������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������>������������������������������������  P.  Dealer in  ALL KINDS OF  Fruit, Candy Cigars  :[Cigarettes & Tobacco. |  Jionora JMock,  CUMIJ'KRLAND, IW.  it  ���������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  .������:_��������� ���������      '������������������ .     -<* ���������  A cup of BOVRIL U a fine  tonic in any season, but it is  valuable in manv other ways.  A little added to Hashes  and Stew, greatly improves  their food value. Try it when  wanning Canned Meats.  BOVRIL  SAYWA11D LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast  TAKE NOTICE that Davidscn-  Ward Co., Ltd., of Vancouver, BC,  lumbermen, intend to apply for p������r  misflinn to purchase the following  described Unde:���������Commencing at u  pout planted about 10 chaina north  of a dream on the ea������t side of Cop*  per Reach, Loughborough Inlet,  about 3 miles from Towey Head,  thence east '20 chain*', thence south  20chiinB, thence west 20 ebaine.  10 Loughborough Inlet, thnnc*  north along tlie chore of Loughborough Inlet about 20 chains to point  of commencement. ar������d dontaining  40 ar.ren, mor������ or less.  Davidson-Wasp Company, Ltd  Frederic L. Ward, Agout.  Dated Sep ember 24th, 1910.  NOTICE ii beroby tgiven that at the  ntxt tueatiui* of tbe Buani u( Liceuse Com-  luUnioiipra for ihe City of Cumberland. I  inteud to A\>)i\y fur a reaowal of the wboli-  ������ale liqaor liconsn held hy m������, situated on  lot 6, block 15, t'umboiland Towutits.  C1ALI MUSSATTL  Dited thia 15.U d>y of Nut ember, 1910.  NOTICE i-t herohy giv.n th-tt.at tha ntxt  metv.iug uf tho Boiirl of Lie nse Commis  sion������ a of the Lity of Cumborliitul, I io-  teM"trnJ)pl7*foTirf ���������newnl'TrfTlTrr^Kole^  sale liquor li.-otue la-Id by uit," eituated  fm lot 12, binok 7, Ciimbsrland Townhito  '    FltANK SCAVARUO.  Dated thin 15th d,������y uf N1 iT0.aber  1910  S.S."LITHIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers;,  Special terms to parti^^By  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLM RS, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, H. C.  WINTJiR SCHEDULE.  Effective on and from tho 3rd,  proximo, tlic following will he tlu*  fall schedule of our local mail  steamers;���������City of Nanaimo leaves  Nan .iino at 7 a. m., on Wednesdays and Friday's and the Quoon  Oity leaves Nanaimo 10 p. m., on  Mondays Cir.y of.Nanaimo lear-  es Coniox at 7 n. in., ou Thursdays and Saturdays. Quoon City  lei-ves Comoxat 1.15 p.m., ou  Tuesdays.  ~ NOTICB.  Notice is hereby given that an appli-  tation will be made to the Legislative As  terribly of'the province of British Columbia, at its present session, for an Act to  incorporate a company with power to  build, construct, maintain and n operate, a  railway of standard or narrow guage to  be operated by steam, electricity or other  motive power fsr the purpose of carrying  passengers, logs and merchandise, or  either, from Harky Bay 09 Port McNeil,  or some point between them, or some  other convenient pewit near thereto, on*  the east coast of Vancouver Hand to  coal Harbor, on it he west arm of Quatsino  NOTIOK is hero, y uiven that at tie  next uieotitit,' of the Ikurl uf License  CoinmiSiieuevs of the City of Cumber.  luml, I intend to apply foi n renewal of  the wholesale liijuor license held by me,  situated nn lot 9, block 7, Onmberluud  Town-nite.  VICTOR BONORA.  Dated this 15th day of November, 1010  SAYWARD LAND DISTKICT.  Dintrict of Say ward.  TAKK NOTICE "ihn William  Caldwell, of Lanark, Out., mining  man, intends to apply for per mis  sion to purchano tho following de������  scr.bod^landH:���������Commencing at a  pout pi-iiited ot the northwest corner  of Lot -190, Carrinjjton Buy, 8ay-  ward District, thence following the  north boundary of ot 4W0 e,.sterly  for 40 olmiiiH, theuco north 20  cluiitiF, theuoe wum to the short* line  llii-iiue Kouiliwestcrly uud fo.lowing  ll ttehora line tn the point of coin-  u -icemenI, containing; lete- than 80  act,..       William Caldwkm,,  Jno, Mnniion.iigunt.  Dated >r������.v. 28lh, J910,  BourTd, or tosome point on Rupert ATm7  Quatsino Sound, or to :i convenient point  on Quatsino Sound,,Rupert District, Van  eouver Island, province of British Coluin  bi.i; with power to construct, acquire, own  and maintain, wharves and Jocks in connection therewith: ami to construct, at-  ijuire, own, charier, equip and maintain,  htcam and other vessels and boats, and  to operate the same on auy narigable  ivatersj and with nil powers Riven by ihe  "Model Rail way Bill;" nnd wiih such  other powersaud privileges usual or incidental to all or any of the afores.iid pur.  posesj  UARNARD & ROBERTSON,  Solicitor* for the Applicants,  Dnted this 1st day of November, 1910'  *���������*-, at;-t-  rm  or  -     lotf;  i5v*l  OC  Ji   ,',   ������������������!��������� V  ���������'������������������'!���������  ���������-.  '.���������lH-.i if.  11  -.. IA r  Y.  irslon:  A*  &  alt)   ���������i  fji'.,,Ui,  WATI3R NOTICB.  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will he mado under Part  V. of the "Water Act, X909," to ob-  tuiua lieen������ti iu t_oS.ywwrd l^iviaicj of  Coast I)istrict.  (a.) Tha name of CoropRny In full:  Du\i Hou-Wani Cornea .j Lumua. 'llm  head illloe V;iuc f-tr, It'-it-, h C'KotI):-*.  The o������|)!t*l, hew diviu'c' I, *,, owiu*.T vAA up  C!ijiit*i S"jOO,ui/ti,(l virieii ur,-, SOW auitr-e-.-  of tflUOfcaoii      t Al lilK.l pni t up.  {A for mining porpoww) Yrnts Miner's C'ertincate No .....  (b.) Tho nr-uiio A In)*.  ���������source (if uimarn-yl,   tht-  ������; isfo na: i-    Str>\ ,.  Uii-i'i'.pt si'l- ������������������' f'*���������-. . -r  ll.let, aliuut t."-. mii.ii ;  lU'ul    oud    \_-.t;   ������*���������:,.'  Apple :iv������r.  (c.) The point of direrslotj:  ho������t one-li������!f uiili* l'roui 111  (d.) Tho quantity of -r^ter i.p';_i._  for Un cubic feet psr Beeood):  Kyar cubic lout,  (e.) The character of the propo������e4  work.: 350 feet cf Hi.me, 1*800 fi-it. -A uitci;  and'^OO'J feot of pte.  (t.) Tho proraieee on which the water ls to be usad (deeertbe name): On  the fdllowin^ lat--.ia: CoaiwericinR at *  point about, 10 chains north of a streum on  the east side oJ Coppci* Reach, LongUhoro  Inlet and about 8 milesnorUio&stof Towry  Head, thenoe e*4 20 ohain"; theuce weet  20 chaiu������, to ehore of Inlet; theaee sor'h  'i0 chain* along ahure i-f inlot lo poiut of "  coinmencement, aad containing abor-t, 40  acres more or li������e.  (g.) Ths purposes on whlcfc the water is lo be ueed; Tower for aa^ mud thiu-  gle mill.  (h.) If for irrtsation describe the  land Intended to be Irrigated, irtving  acreage  ..���������   (i.) If the water ie to be ueed for  power or mining purpose*! describe-  the place where the water is to be  returned to some h*turol chanael,  and the difference In altitude b-etwoto  point of diversion and point of re-'  ���������urn, The wwer U ratiirned ioto-Ltiuih.-  b-irough Inlet where rhe i-trsam eutf-r- th*  Inlet,    Diffirenoe in aliunde abiHitOOO f'..  (j.) Aroa of Crown land Intended to  be occupied by the proposed wo������ks:  40_aoret. : __;   FOU SA1JC-8 milc.li (.-own, all  tulnirciilosirt teKtod, (iuviU'iimuut  yourly roconlu of tmuh cow given,  also 'd col 18 and 1 agod mum, ono  colt partly lirokon  UAVSIDK.  I  (iHrtor'n Ranelij  nion Hay  Komi.  Goto  NOriCKie Inanity given t������������t oa thn  lr*t day af lVoemberMlt ap|������lie*������ion will  *fi made t-i the ������up������riateml������int mt t'ti-  riaeiat Poline Vtotorit. for a ww wai td  be leAel I emm t* nal] Ignore tiy retail  tl thn riiiti*? knrnr- a. the Metfltplnn rfn-  .l.amuM et U������4,B.<J.   VatoThvuu j������t I pm, cout������etia������ evtUt Mta������ et  DmUi x)*\ii\t.t II, I0IO. lUaUtt.  UNION S. S. CO.. of H.C. Ltd  W������ok-t"iiil Hurvice  Uatweeu Vaiiciiuvi>r,  Nnn*l>no, Union, Oomox, l.y  Ihe  ���������Utd Clyde built twin totew  utrntrif-r **COWt(5HAN"  Sailing aa under���������  Lenvi������ Vancouver, HatunUy H p tn  Arrive* Nennimo. Kntunlny 12 p tn  Arrive* Union, Holiday 6am  Arrive* Comoi,  Sonday 8am  Itatuiniiig:���������  Lenvea Comoi, Monday 4pm  faeve* U'i'-j.. nuuHny 5 p m  Arrive* N-iiiaimn, Snmliiy 11 p m  Am*** Vaacfiutw MooiUy 7am  Ktafv \**it* Umiw for i-ttiah*)rlan4 er-  my i%e������������lay tn*������n������i������i m arnvnt m* ������������������COW.  tV-rlAS;" nod Imarem *f^iwr������w?i������fii? ttttml  JOHN McLEODS  KOU FIU8T.CLAHS  CK1ARH ft TORACC  SAL HI) TKNDKI1S eilili^td to the  uminriigiied. ami euilnraed "!'. mli*r  for rulilii) llmldiiiv, tiraml Koike, U.C,"  will lit leiNiivnI at tliin ullli'i' until 4.00  I'M., un Wrdneidll), Den.., h������r UH, UUU,  fu Hie viiuatriltitivi) ui ��������� I'uIjiiu lluililing at  Uimid VutUi, ll,C.  I'I iii������, t-pt'oiliua inni and form of enutract  can Ui< en and fur*i*H nt tuudur ubuimil  et tlio i Idee ot Mi' Win. Ilmi-Jiinmi', rmi-  dent arvbiievt, Vie urli, IJ I', at thu l'.���������t  Olliua, l.rm.il K-iua, and at thii l������*|iart-  Rient  IVr.oiia UmUring art untitle I tint triid-  isra Hill nnt In tiiiu.iUer.d nn vn* nude an  the piiiitfu l.rnm Huuuli.o, umJ aigiieil  with ttnii agiuil Higuaiuie., h'ai-ut tin U  in,cu|intin,,.aiiil |)lni h of io<ii|i*ii''i In thr  ciime nl In in������, iim tutu��������� I ������i^ntttnr������, i< a ���������������������  tur*Kof Hit)..itiuimimn anil id en if rnaul  SAYWARD LANU DISTKICT,  District of Coast.  TAKK NOTICK that l).������vidson-\V*td  Company, hid,, of Vancouver, IJ.C, occupation lumbermen, intent's to *pply for  pemtis; inn io lease the fnlUnvini: de-  scribed lauds:-CoiiiiiiKncint,' ut a pott  plnnted at it point on Timber Limit No,  30610 011 Uio enst side of Copper Reai h,  LnutiliboiouKli Inlet about in chains  lioilh nf H slir.,1111 oil llie ������,������ul trail side of  of siid Copper Reach and * thiin taster  ly ft om the shore Iim: of Cupper Kuai.h;  tlience west 20 chains, iht-nrc um-.h 2i>  cli*in������; tlience east jo chains more ic  loss to ,11'oint 66 feet cast ol the short  Iiiii of siiitl Cipper Rea������h; thence nurih-  erly 2oi.hniti������, but pirnllel tc the. shote  line of I ounliboiouyli Ink-i, to the point  of riiinnifmemeni, nnd ������������������Ofitaininu ^0  acres more or le������s. iiicltidiiiK ill the fotc  slioii', tide laiule^ind '.ii'ds nueicl by  ������aier within ll������e l������oiitnl.irii*i thrteuf.  ALKRIiD JOHNSON,  A|j������itt("r l)������vid<on Wiinl Co,, l.'.d.  D,ited October 181I1 1910.  (k.) This notice was posted on the>  twelfth day of November, 1910, &..d appl-  catiou will be made on the fifihteenth da/  of December, 1910, '0 the oornmi������a;o>er.  (1.) Oive the names and addrenes  of any riparian proprietor or Uc-  onoea who or whose lands are likely  to bo affected by the propoMd worka,,.  eltlver above or below the outlet:  The Davi'laoa-^V.-ird Comuuiy, 1. d , own  all the Tiuib-T Lijenxea in thn vicjaity:  There ������re i'������t any auricullural lands n the  u!ifciib*>rh-'<-d nnd 110 JamUaffueted by tho  pmpeeed worltR.  Attach    copy of euch parta o! tha  Company's memorandum of aatoda-  tlon aa authorizf 'he proposed appii-  catlon and wot-k6  (SiKt).turo)    F.L   WARD.  Ati-cnl, fur Uir'iils,������n-Wnrd C". Ltd,  (I'.O. nddrcae)   1211 I >n* luimi I'-tiat ������!*i-/.,  Vi.l.6,11 -   -  It. ('.  VICTORIA LAND DISTHH T,  Di������ net of Sayward.  TAKK NOTICK tit; the Nor'h IV1  Extract frmn the Mlui'.'!i\SiiMi.-t yv ash'O'H.  ation on   rur.  ''.v * ������������������<>'-��������� n-v,.:.f ��������� ,:\.  v/iv., unri'vi).  A Comp my duly incori;o.-a;t-,,J ,-.initr tlin  Ciimp,i������lr.*? Ae.t, iii)T, ftn-l ;in*������ii'!,;'0  Aci>, uni  under th������ Witter Cut,*;-. i.'f,r,*,!,i;,i(i. '���������.������������������.,���������  Act. li������7 and iii-v-.i.tinj.' A:!������.  OIi.IICC'13 OF fill*; C'MPANY.  (b) The acquisition by porch t������ts miu tn  rord of w-������ier aatl wati-t. po*er vt ,;c"rd-  td nt iiotccoidfd viler o: w^ier p,;v >ij������  cs for and the /pplicatior ol su,.is ,atei  and water poact foi -ill or ,uiv A lhe fi,  lo*ii)K pHvp'-si*: For rcnneiiDK 5u-b  ivater mul wale, tinker a-.Ailr.ble for use,  Hl'|j|K..iuun ,t������(l liT.inibution by oiectini.'  {'aim, incrcxsiiik' the hend of watci in  any existing body of \rn*.������*-, or extendiri)*  llu* ,i,c.i ihvrcof, divertiiig lhe watr-it of  any sueam, pond or like into any other  i.!...i,i,cl...r iuiui,.!-., 1,1 >,!,_; oi deling  <ny line 1 i nsune pip: or wiin, conitruct*  inj{ any r,o cwav, ic.;������ivoir or :ii|iieduet.  weir, wheel, buiiilttiu.s or othfr cer.tion*  ol ������otk which may b������ requiied in eotinec  tuni with ihe improvement and uieef the  taul vain and Anter power, or bv alter-  int:, in cH^-ii, cxtfidiog, improvine; re-  p.uniiK "r Diiiintaimti'; such \n.t\n ������.r  itiiiciiineiy or ft tiy pxrt thereof.  u 1 '1 he u������t ol' *:ner or w������ter ffi������*er  fm iidIIhix, iii.imii.-irturin*^, industrial mid  in, i ii.iiiii.*iiI pn, in,*,,.*., antl iu p.iriit���������l,ir  f,,r in.itiiifti"itinii){ wood p,.![i .md paper,  (d) To me u'.iifi .tnd w^ier p,"Vf*i-  fut pniiluciii*/ any lynn of ptuxtt nnd ler  piorlnnnjj and ^eticiiitnin rJccttciiy fer  tbr puipoM; ol agin, e* ,l nr <��������������������������� if r* n  inn poses.  ,������;   Constiucfri^, operefnaf iml mjcn  tinninj; elniiic ������"il(Hl powei lioueft, |t*-n  euti.n  f'l.ini, an.I mu h oilirr .���������t>|>!' *t.r**a  iiiii, onii'i'it-tics ��������������� 4tt* ni-c������vtary er pro  j pci lor ({i-ni-Ml fla1������-Ifi tru.ty nr ^ny nlhof  , liii.ii if ,!i*flii|,cd pn������������T, atid fur -.,*.'���������-  i tiiitilr.c thi ������*iM) io In* nsf-d hv Ihe Cmii  | euuv < I eauu iiiuuiljer of turn uni  luiirt   i������-|iir Lufnljei Companv, {.united, ot Kernel, | |������*"> ���������>( ox i������ei\on% or  i.oiporaiini<������ Ci������n������  ������������~ .   * ..   ,        . . .. uA,,uti.it|iation   lunttjt-r iiiauoiatiuieu. . "** ,. ',   '     ' ' '���������*-" '  7COS      J'Jich teinU-r uunt lieiicui.ijiu.iiii, 1'vi.i,      .     .      '     ,    . ,    ._   _ ' u-t   <��������� p"*n i*     a',!   '),������   pmp * *.--   f-  U������oipiuUl.i.,u������ un a chau, ������d b ..a. pui-   ",U:m,s w *My '"������ |ierunt������ioi. to itnx* < M ,,���������.;, ,vMcr| w.,l(, fimk���������f e).clllCll>   , ,  NOTICK le hereby ������dven that on the ttttl  div ttt !W������tr,lirr rut*. afititipat.lon will lw  madn to the Superintendent of 1'rovincial  Polio*. Vteioria, far the n-nnwal of Ihe b������������������  t������l llcenee to a*ll liquor* by retell in ihe  hotel Voiiwii ������������ the Port Augu*U hotel, ait  uated at Cnnfti, Hi'. J. It Koimu.  UaUilDitoUT IL 1910.  \OTTi**R I* linwhy f lve������ Itialon ������h*i flrat  dty id L>, ������<������Hib*r aeat applicatinn will lw  auule to lhe Hap*������������al������at!eal of Piwtineial  Potioa, V.etwia, fer ihe rtaewal af tha M-  tel tweeiee U������ aell Memta by reUli is the  h������l*l kato"������ ae U* Imw a������t*l. eil������������te*J *',  I'nrin*, It e* ���������, ��������� t ��������� i ��������� ���������    I     rr.rrrir  |>������.-.. OH.4������*r li. 1010.  *,,'u tu u.v tmle-f ii   tno  li.Miiiur.i'le" lm> j l'i<;   l-ilii������iii|{   ilr-*.iiibrd   lute.), ue   on  Mjuiaiiir wi i uiilio tVoikH, oipul in no t> i ji.'iui'p'iell Ui������rr, c.niineilciiin it a p"������i  (Kip fl,) nf Um   uiiinuiii   nt   tlin  .,       V.   ���������    I, I       ,       I   -,      ,     f   ,  ii I.*Pi,  cleiH.i court mi i,vrd . ,*ili *,liii Hi j  -c  ipp.i'ii, use,I ft lei^iiiHil.  rling dtfclittu Ui etitei   h.10 ������f, nlr. i. ululi  calM u|������iia In tin a , or tal to ������.- n .*)���������!������ u  tw������ work e n-Ua-juil mr, If th������ t.*u,n-r U-  uot avcepitu Inachtquewi I It- r iu,i������-l.  iln liepartoient illitw uni. toili  1   'tl   (<���������  ������<w������l������t the lnweat or B*y lemVr  Uy tJtiint  if ti hv.-ii'fxrim"'  btmte.uty.  n'.nii'*i .i'. tl,r iiuith>"|..i -nifl'i df !������i������ i.y  lit* in.   .ii ill*; -.liDie hor   ii .in r.is|ciiy il*   j  if, t"io   for   jb<ioi   j j ������inn-, u- a will 1  nl.md shmn on the pl.,n. ihn,i" snub-  triv i,illi.������'in������ ihi* iliiiif one������l !'U (>7, ami !  ;it a diatanre of iilviitl Jiliri.v ifcrrrii,,m  An nt  pays.  \d i  Try it.  .NKWS  TAKK VM'H.T. mat William Y. Smith,  to i p-1 nt iip(������iisit������ the ritiitbea.t   iori* i | .if Va* ������a������v>r.  oceaiMtino, uirpmte*-, ii������������  ui lo 66, toj|itli������������i u ill) t lie  an.--, (loi-icu , ""'f l" *| i')'   '  ��������� pirn'������������i, ���������   ,    (,uroii������������i������  Dtpanrneat M Piildic Work*. '      . bv water which for m the n.tr,;*   *,.ir  U-.u������a, K, vmi.Ur van. l������l������ \Ufg l^iwren -hi- i-.l.t-orl ���������������,-'.   -lie in.  Neftapaper* win nm b* t ant lor ihm mt-  vertiaeBiem if th.y maoit it wiltouut .utb  miy fr<m> llm Uatieiltueot  ������i*K U     'eiiili- lu  | i thef.illo  l(.'i.*ri'*il   U  I'lntt*. yonr fJliriattiian onl*������r������ |.������r  Sh irrbrviif, Pruff Cuke-, aul hidr  U-l.mUh Miruwlii   lint-. ���������,..*.!u*^>������k^'**'' ���������������������*������������������  ..if, at i i���������..i ptaitixl at v    ,.,, tn >a*> c*ir.  Unit af ������������id lm tn at ,hu*u if! on  tli* , *���������' ni **��������� L *'������������������"���������*>> ",ir,h m ���������������!������, *��������� *"������+  plan attataetl Lereto Ihii u :   , < tc>:< ������������������ \  wilKtiw MViti.-Ylioit uf i������������ i'*ei. j  Tm- Nunt'i I'Minc Lvmiiik!'  \i*aisnrufiniiH'iv A*:  f*  Mt.f r, I ..tir  I,-,     tl,,-   i-      ������,-, 'll     hl'l    f*h������'f������������,  ih������nn> *>e������i '-i- *I������.iii., ', Vim* of enmm.  , ,i nu. a-, cult 'initj kit* acita. m-rr.t  Wtm ���������������TI.I.IAVI ������-.>.Til,  * N-������ t-r* i.f .Vji*?|!"*������*i*  ! Ii.i������ . .fi.... V ������,, IM'.  ��������� THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  WHAT CAN I  DO FOR MY SKIN-  TORTURED BABY?  Is tlie Deapairing Cry of Thousands of  Mothers.    A  Scotchwoman  Tells  How Her Child was Cured.  STARVING MAN'S GIFT.  "What can I do for m.v skin-tortured  nabj 7" How mimy worried, worn-out  motlii-rs, whose children are sulTerliii: with  oi-zi'iiw, tetter or other torturing. disfiuuriiiB  humor, have asked themselves this iiiiestionl  TjiroiiKli neglect or Improper treat ment,  soi/ie minor eruption has developed into a  dteiressiiiB and unsiKlHlj- aflliction. Simple  treatments fail, and stronger ones are tried,  sometimes so harsh thai the suffering is  inereascl mlher than allayed. Even ]>ro-  ies.'iona! aid has fifov-a ns-clews, and the  lea'.' is ever-pri'sent that the skin disease  will become chronic, turning* the child's  future into a nightmare of physical and mental  misery.  Such mothers, who have witnessed their  children's sutTerliiit and who have undergone  the loiiR, sleepless nights and distracting  anxiety which the1}' alone can realize, will  understand the gratitude that prompted this  letter from Mrs John Kwan, 6, Victoria St.,  Inverurie, Scotland, and will read it with  keenest interest:  "f use Cuticura Soap steadily for my baby's  skin. She had the eczema when she. was three  nionlhs old. She was in an awful mess all  over, hev body. We never thought she would  get over it. We sat with hernignt and day for  about a month, expecting every minute to see.  her die. The doctor gave me an ointment  to ruli her with but it did her no good. My  mother was home from America and she told  me lo try Cuticura Ointment and to wash her  ���������yith Cuticura Soap. There was a great  difference when I used the first box. It  seemed to soothe lier and she slept. 1 used  three boxes of Cuticura Ointment and she  was quite cured. She has the purest skin  and is the fattest baby now! She is a miracle,  the doctor declares. 1 an\ glad to tull anybody   about   it."  And that the, success of the Cuticura  Remedies is not confined to the treat ment  of eczema, is amply proven by Mrs. M. A.  Schwerin, 674 Springwells Ave., Detroit,  Mich., who writes:  "When my little Vivian was about six  mouths old, her papa had n boil on his forehead. At that lime the child was covewl  with prickly heat and I suppose in scratching  It her own head became infected, for it broke  out in boils, one after another. She had u limit  sixty iu all and I used Cuticura Soap and  Cuticura Ointment which cured her ol Hum  entirely. Wc do not think any ore can  praise Cuticura Remedies too' highly,"  That mothers may test the rflicscy and  economy-ot the Cuticura Remedies for themselves, the Potter Drug and Chem. Corp., 121  Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass., will send free  on application, a generous trial hox of Cuticura  Ointment, suflicient to afford immediate relict  in the most distressing forms of eczemas,  rashes, itchlngs and sealinps of the skin aid  scalp. Under the Influence of Cuticura Gint-  -4nsntt41i8Jtchin.g-and-bu������ijng^QnrJJiejrJu.leL  falls into a refreshing sleep, the mother rests,  and for the first time, perhaps, in many weiks,  ���������peace falls on a distracted household. The  Cuticura Remedies are sold by druggists  everywhere.  j Poor   Norwegian's  Gratitude  to  Sur-  , geon  Who Saved  His  Life.  i Ever since ho was first culled to  ! attend tho late Queen'-Victoria, Sir  ; Frederick Treves, who has been on  ' n visit to the King at ttahnoral, hns  ! ln'i'i! very popular with all the mom-  | hers uf tlie royal family, a,nd anion;:  i tin' many favors whicii have been  f'onf'Treti unon him is the very rare  I distinction of being allowed to add  1 to his shield one of the lions from  ! tin- llovnl Anns. .Sir Frederick wa?  j born nt Dorchester fifty-seven yenrs  i 111:11, and when he was foiir-and-  | twenty, .ami  Another* Wonderful   Cure   By   That  Wonderful Fruit Medicine  "Frult-ii-thcs."  Stone 84 Feet Long  What is thought to be the largest  "Hitch"  of  stone  free  of  all  defects  ever queried in a single piece in the  Indiana  stone    belt  lias    just    been  quarried ut Stinesville.   The stone is  (8*4 feet long, 14 feet deep and 4 feet 4  inches thick.    It contains 5,096 cubic  I feet   and   weighs    in    lhe    aggregate  j 815,.'SOO   pounds.     Delivered   in   New  York  the  stone   would  he  worth  approximately $5,000.  Mr. Mathias Dery, of 225 Church  street, Ottawa, Oat., was treated for  years by physicians for Painful Dys  pepsia.   He spent so much money for |0f the works, a Gorman aiid an extra  doctor's    medicines   v.-<thoin   setting j,,00(i mw.|-.nnie, was i.sked lo present  it.    He was advised     to use a little.  much relief that he had about made  up his mi nil thut his case was hope*  less.  Seeing "Frult-a-tlves" advertised,  however, Mr. Dery thought he would  invest 50c In a box of these wonderful  fruit juice tablets.  And this famous fruit medicine did  for Mr. Dery what all the doctors  could not do���������it cured him.  Life  Lines  a .surgeon with all his  "Wny lo uinke, he married a Dorchester  lady, Miss Annie Mnson, Four yenrs  later he found himself Hunt-riaii  I'i-of'SM))- of Anatomy und Wilson  Professor of Pathology at the Royal  Co'.li-k'e of Buiveons, and thereafter  went i't'otn high to higher. He was  consulting surgeon lo the liritish  forces in S(iiith~Africa, and was with  the I.adysiiiiih relief column, for  which he is in possession of a medal  and thn**, clasps. The . famous surgeon is the author of many valuabh'  surgical hooks, and is credited with  having performed 1,000 operations for  appendicitis without a single death.  Sir Frederick has in his possession a  coin to wliich it touching story is  attached.    Many   years   ago   a  poor  Norwegian was taken to a big London i tlves, Limited, Ottawa,  hospital  from  an  illness which  prevented him  from earning his living.  Sir   Frederick    operated   upon   him,  and   completely   cured   him   of   his  trouble.    Some weeks afterwards the  man called upon Sir Frederick at his  private residence,  and, much to his  surprise, presented bim with a coin.  At first Sir Frederick refused to take  it���������but tlio man would not be put off. ,j  "It  is  now  three  years  since  I left j  my native land," he said, "and before j  I came away my wife gave me this !  coin and told-me never to part With j  it tin less 1 was starving.    It is not !  worth anything to you, but the value '  to  nte    1 cannot   express.    When   I  was in hospital I made up. iny mind t Own'Tablets. They never fail to cure  that you should have it. Since you ��������� tlie ills of childhood and the mother  cured mo 1 have, been starving, but has the guarantee of a government  I would not part with the coin be- : analyst that they do not contain one  cause I wanted you to havo it as a I particle of injuiious drug. Concerning  small return for saving my M'y." ; them Mrs. John Robertson, Streets-  "What magnificent piece of jewel- ; ville, Ont., writes: "I have used  lory," says Sir Frederick, when he ; Baby's Own Tablets for constipation  tells the story, "could equal the value ! with the very best rpsnlta. They are  of that coin?" Sir Frederick wns * indeed a valuable- medicine for little  T-TttTCTttM-Tftr-thB^  Sehool, and his recreations have been  John Smith had worked for the corporation for forty odd years, and decided to retire. The company, in consideration of his long and faithful  service, arranged to give him n monetary recognition.   The .superintendent  :!������:  M  Warn  mi  ifttol  sentiment in mnkiim I'he presentation  speech, and this is the way be did it-.  "John you  huff work for the company over forty years?"  "Yes."  "You are going to retire?"  "Yex."  Veil, they  are so glad of it tbat  He writes:���������"Fruit-a-tlves" positive- | they, asked me to hand you this ������20."  ly cured 1110 of severe Dyspepsia when i    physicians failed to relieve me." I    A Pill for All Seasons.���������Winter and  "Fruit-a-tives" makes the stomach 'summer, in any latitude, whether in  sweet and clean, insures sound diges- torrid zone or Arctic temperature, Portion and regulates bowels, kidneys and melee's Vegetable Pills can be depend-  skin. :ed    upon    to    do    their' work.    The  60c a box, 6 for $2.50, or trial box, j dyspeptic will find them a friend al-  S5c���������at all dealers, or from Fruit-a-1 ways, and should   carry   them   witb   j him everywhere.    They are made to  - * - j withstand  any  climate' and are.  warranted* to keep their   freshness    and  ���������.    m.        . , ��������� ,        , 1    ,! strength.    They do not grow stale, a  j    There is good ,in each and some bad; quality  not  possosswl  in  mam;    _  \m  all;  the  man  who  would  preach now on the market  i must help them who fall.  THE BEST MEDICINE  FOR LITTLE ONES  W_  ���������Wii#������$T [���������*.*Wl9*fA  ^iiV.-.v.'w.v.v,'      w".yft.v.*Ai'������r  .'...'.���������i  Mission   Sunday   School   Worker-  Why did the wise king tell the sluggard to go to the ant?   You, William.  '    " 'Cause de bug would git busy on    jdc sluggard ef de sluggard stood still."  The best medicine in the world for;   little ones is the medicine that' will 1 Minard's  Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  promptly,  cure    all    their  little  ills .   ,     ���������"���������:   and at tbe same time can be given During August 7,100 cabin passer-*  the very youngest bnby with absolute! gers left Great Britain for the, United  safety.    Such   a   medicine   is   Baby's  Stater by White Star steamers.      Of  these 3,500 travelled first-class.  si. * ',v\  One   thorough   application   of  Zam-Buk at night will bring ease  by morning.   Zam-Buk etmpa the  smarting, heals the crack*, and  makea the hands smooth.  PROOF���������Mies Hattie IVtrand, Galeebtirg, "  Ont., writes:���������"I was troubled with chapped  hands and arms and nothing ever seemed to heal  them thoroughly until we found Zani-Bi.lt. It  has cured them. My falser has also used it  for several skin troub'es and injuries, and thinks  there is nothing like Zaiu-Bult."  Mothers should see that their children use Zam-  Buk daily, as there is nothing like prevention. A little  Zam-Buk lightly smeared over the hands and wrists,  aftar washing, will provout chaps and cold sores.  ���������Zam-Buk ii tine ������ sure cum dr skin dUeisea, eciema,  itch, riiitfiroru), lilood-poinontnff, pilM, and for cuts,  burns and bruisaa. 60o box alulfjtorrt and druggUti, ot  port In* trim Zarp-Btik Co., loronto, for priea. Itefuie  harmful ���������ubatiluun aud imitation*.  :.';!.'.v,';  ;(*.v-������  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup is  agreeable to the taste, and is a certain  relief for irritation of the throat that  causes hacking coughs. If used according to directions it will break the  most persistent cold, and restore -the  air passages to their normal healthy  condition.   There is no need to recom-  every HOME NEEDS IT.  set   down  fishing.  as boat-sailing   and   sea-  .._~���������^_^_ ���������_-.Jmen(i it to thope familiar with it, but  medicine dealers or bv mail at 25 centl^'rase who" s^kT^rWTWJtetly^miTiTe---'*  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medi-  ��������� cine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Canadian Pacific  ANNUAL j  EASTERN   CANADA    !  excursions'  Low  Round Trip  Rates to  ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND  MARITIME PROVINCES  Tickets on sale Dee. 1 to Dec, .'11, inclusive, good  to return within  three  months. 1  Tickets   issued   in   connection   with)  .Atlantic Steamship   will    he on sale!  from Nov. II,   and    limited   to   five!  months from date of issue.  Vitiest equipment. Standard first  ('hiss and Tourist. Sleeping (Jars and  Dining Ours on all Through Trains.  Compartment . L-ibiniy ��������� Observation  (.'ar on "Imperial Limited."  3-TnBOlJCH EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY���������3;  *m*Mm**m*mmmmmmamammm  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"  leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.10k, making connect inns   nl   Tdi-ont.i)   for   all  points Knst. and West, thereof.  The "Imperial Limited" leaves Wintii  peg daily at H.Uiik, nnd Ibis "Atlantic  Express" at lil.uok daily, making connections   at   Montreal   for  all   points  Kust thereof.  Apply  at  Ihe  nearest  (UMI.   Agon!  for full information  I   the  Relieved  lithi, girl ymi  have, evei  "Am  loved   "Ii-ar. I   I   er "  "This summer'-'"  "Darling, ymi nre!"-- Houston IVt.  Judged by Taste.  Professor Sir James Dewar, F.K.S., [  the distinguished chemist,   who   has  completed     his     sixty-eighth     year, i  knows more about being frozen than  any man living.   He has liquefied air j  und also   liquefied   oxygen,   and   in !  doing so he reached a degree of low  temperature beside which   the clime ;  of Ihe Arctic regions would seem trop- '  ical.   His first pint of liquid air cost ,  him  something like  .$5,000,   and   he !  was the co-inventor with the late Sir j  F.  Abel,   of   the   explosive   cordite. '  Apropos of his name, Sir James tells  an amusing story of how, when  in i  the highlands of Scotland one sum- ;  mer, lie stopped at a farm-house for ;  a cup of milk.   "What a superb place i  to live in," he remarked to the farm- '  vr.    "Oli,   aye,"  he  answered,   "it's ]  u' right; but boo wad ye like to hue  to walk   fifteen   mile ilk a  time   yo  wanted   a   wee    glass    </    whisky?"  "Why don't   you   get, a   bottle   and  keep   it   in the   house?"   Sir .lames  suggested,    The   fanner   shook   his  head sadly and said, "Whisky won't  keepO"    Sir .lames has also related a  good gulling yarn.    A fellow who did  not  play  the. game himself was one  <lay walking over   ihe.   course   while  his host  was playing.   The host was  n duffer, and in_teeing off tore up a  good tlni! of earth,    Finally, to hide  his confusion,  he  remarked   to   his  ginist, "What do   you  think of   our  links bore?"   The visitor, wiping the  dirt  from his lips, replied, "Ih-st ,1  over tuwti'd!"  But when the new chapbvn essayed  to ban wine, women and song, the gay  cavaliers Hung him from the battlements. .  "Whnt else nre banners for?" they  protested mirthfully,  Shilofrs Gum<  Slickly stops coughs, cures colds, beau  ��������� throat and tunes. ���������   ���������   ��������� 25 cents.  He���������Why does the maid decline to  clean my coat with benzine?  She���������Since the chauffeur jilted her  she can't stand the smell of it,���������Flic-  gonde Blaetter.  in doubt what to use, the advice is-  try Bickle's Syrup.  "Lnte again, Simpkins; how's that?"  "Please, sir, I got up late, and only  left myself ton minutes to dress."  "But, I can dress comfortably in thnt  time."  "Yes, sir; but I wash."  When   there   are   almost,  quite enough  potatoes for  hard boil  two eggs,  slice,  but not  luncheon,  mix  with  llu r-* s always  probably b,-cause  po that high.  r-iotn   ul   the   top  llie elevator doesn't  SCROFULA  Scrofula, disfigures and  causes life-long misery.*'  Children become  strong and lively when  {riven small doses of  Scott's Emulsion  every day. The starved  horlv is fed: the swollen  glands healed, and the  tainted btood vitalized.  Good food, fresh air and  Scott'* Emulsion con*  quer scrofula and many  other blood diseases.  I fi* iAl.lt BV AU, Di-Ur.uisTt  He nil Wr., **mw *t tm*" **<��������� tbt* at. 'et  onr '���������������������������������!.f'll Wi">|������ 1'ink m4 ClilM't  hkrt.h-fi������.a.    It"*  teak  tonUlai  ���������  (.<��������� ������5 Link JHewf.  ��������� SCOTT A IOWNE  IM WeWaetM *K Wm, Im^lM.  Celebrated His Majority In Prlion.  The Karl of I.eitrim, who has been  enli-ilai.i,,,,;   ;i    .** ri  .->   "f   vl-dinr*   a'  iMitlrnv, ids p'aee in County Iloneam,  has alwoys taken a ileep personal in-  j Vi��������� 11��������� ~t   in   the   iiiiiiiagt..'iiieiii   ami   im  i proveiueut of Ids t'Stlit", which covers  ,' W.IKIO aeres.    He offers every ottcotir.  : ugemeiit to bis tenants to avail litem-  : selves   of   tlm   Land   Piirehas,'   Acts,  ,,ii,| lu become owner.- nf tlio lun,I they  | till.    Iiord l.i'itnm, who is one of tin)  j larvfi'st.  landowners   in   the   North  ot  I Ireland, is great-nephew In the third  * earl, whn-e murder on his own estate  cans**,I mi profound n neiiMitiuii about  : thirty   year*   ag*,.     lie   succeeded   t<*  the title when a lii,y of thirteen,   Soon  * after emiiing nf  ngo  lin  iimincd,  in  I ItHrj,    Mi.-s    Violet    lleiidei-son,   the  .Imi"!,'. r ,,f ti h.n.ier t'dvi'rnur ol the  i Hank of Kngland.   They have no non,  and lhe )ii'ir-|iresimi|iiMv is l.nrd l.t-i-  : liiin'n brother, an olllcer in the nnvy,  ' The curl finii'lit in South  Mriea witb  1 the    Iri-ll    Yenmatirv,    and   eeiebrate I  j hii  majority   in  the   Boer  pri.-on  at  , Nooitgeda-'lit.  I   OWE   MY  LIFE  TO GIN   PILLS.  i    li you want to see a happy woman,  ,just  enll  on  Mrs.  Mollie  Dixon,  5'J  iHoskin nvo,, West Toronto.  '    "After ten years of suffering from  Kidney Disease, I believe  I owe my  ilife to Gin Pills.      Before I    began  using  Gin  Pills  my  back  ached  so  ' mueli thnt I could  not put    on my  shoes,  but  after  tiikina  three  boxen  of tl in  I'ills these   troubles    are    nil  gone.   It is,u" pleasure for me to add  one more testimonial  to   the   grand  !reputation of "Gin  Pills."  I .Mrs. M, Dixon,  j 50c, a hox, fl boxes for $2.50, at fill  !dealers, Sample freo if you write  I National Drug it Oheinical Co. (Dept.  iN.U.), Toronto, Ont,  i Norvou.i Passenger (during fog)���������  j "nut  surely  you're  not  leaving  the  bridge are you, olllcer?"  1   Olllcer (who has just been relieved)  i���������"Ob, yes.   It's no good stopping up  then,,    you    enn't    see    anything,"--  ; Punch,  i cut-up pWnfoos nnd pour cream gravy  ! over them.  A druggist can obtain an imitation  of MINARD'S LINIMKNT from u  Toronto house nt a very low price,  nnd have it labelled his own product,  This greasy imitation is the poorest  one we have vet seen of the many that,  i every Tom, Dick and Harry has tried  to introduce,  As for MWARD'S nnd you will  get it, ..  The Riyo Lamp la a high trade lamp, nold at a low price  Thore are l������������o������ th*t oort mote, nut thure Is nn huttair lump tnivU nt ani  price. ConitrnoM of solli brnw; nickel pl������t������<i-������Aiil!������ kent cle������n;iin  ornament tn nny room In any home. Tlmr* ia nottilne known tn the ar*  of lamp-making tliat can ailrl tn tlm ra'tio cf thu HAVO tanip aa a light-  Riflne iterlc*. Kwv ilealar ararywhere, lf not at yuure, write forde-  ���������erlptlreolrenlar to th������nfla'������t a"!!!-" of  The Imperial OU Company, Limited. I  vyhat It Contained  A well-known physician was walking down one of the main London  thoroughfares with his five-year-old  son when they were obliged to stop to  await the passing of a funeral procession,  The yoittigster had never seen anything of the kind. His eyes widened.  Pointing to the bourse (an enclosed  one), he nuked:  "Dad, what's thnt?"  "In that, my son," snid 1he physician, witli a grim Hinile, "is a mistaken diagnosis."  Did You Read It?  Thnt Portuguese declaration of independence sounds almost like tho  speech delivered by the barker in  front of the Turkish theatre nt the  State fair.���������Detroit News,  Minard's  Liniment Curen "Distemper.  Vegetables contain a good deal of al.  eobol. and it is said thnt they enn  exert an intoxicating influence1 upon  those who depend upon them oxclus.  ively for food,  The largest butterfly known is found |  only in  British  New Guinea.      The  mule measures eight, incboH ncross the  wings and the female not lens than 11  inelieK,  When  hole in  having ii hot'tiim1.���������Dallas News  n man's money is burning n  'lis pocket   he   thinks   lio'is  Why let the! headaohe spoil your day's work or pleasure?  Tnke  25c. u Box at your druggist's. ~ >"���������������������������������  Guaranteed to contain no morphine, opium or other poisonous drugs, by thi������   30  Natlenal Drue end Cntmlcal Company of Canada. Limited,     .     .     .     .      Maatreat,  Land r-aiia at  Minn  onl!  Aeeonllim to the r .  Millie tu the IWitJhh A,-  **,  ii'lioininu the slmre falls  n-<es,    llv   mean* ol  a  placed one mid a ball mi  ,.|    i   lm,  *���������!���������*������  i,ite,|i, laiifl  as the (idn  .'iMtingrniili  -s li'oiu the  - Il,,re  I*,llll,I  due   ll  ' hiiiit'i  IIi.Mi.ii, '.'  lm,  ,n,ii    , ,n     ,, >��������� ....  tidal     effects     I ��������� prt  10 .-tope of iibnii!   ,,||  il    was  '-IXteetl  change  wh, th' r  whether  nmi-iuil  mil"-*.     Tie-  v;  appears    to  tin*    tide    rill   rises  rapid  l������i'ii.������iit.- Lon,.*  in  tiinl   a  in, h in  of   the  I    upon  ,-l*e,sly   ur  nnd   to   an  riir���������lil,|e.  ���������re  Burials In Coffins,  W. N. U., Ne. lit.  llnnal   in  ci'iim    m  not   UMial  until  about  lit. r      While    lh������   ri-  liiiriiil  wim not iliiiiii.i.  tiiii, I ������ln tie r our f ,i  tii������i-t upon the privil'v  ��������� I.,m. i   m  "n  )i<*  i* i  I   r* l.thh-," nivf ������.) ful  At 1 itriihiuii .������U;Ut lt*-n  out of flffy-fiv������ per*r,n* butiM W<������r#  l.uriii in colllns. ~Jkiaui I,, sti-r (Jhrua<  i ' ''-irnt   wn*  i Ji������i or even  -''   to   rink'-il  .t win i(iie������-  t 't):. r. uM  ���������*i ImuK in-  t������ th*ft������  mt*  'i 'h- , ;trl.h,  <itdf f',iiiti-������*n  Shiloh's Gum  ���������nleklr stops eoudis, oaree eol-Je, beala  tke throe! end lung*. ���������  .  ��������� US eenta.  "What is woman?" nuked the speak-i  er at a public meeting;. "Woman," re������ j  plied a mnn in the audience- a initr-\  rieil iiiau "is nn nniiiiate being, with:  tin- power of speech abnormally de������|  veliipeil, and entirely surrounded by a i  dies- (lull  buttons up the back."   '      i  '<   There is mnre Cntiirrh in this ������ee-  iHon of tin' country than all other din  ftti'i'- (mt together, and until (he last  few years was supposed to be incut-  able,   |-'or ii great tunny year* doctors  pi'iiiiuiitii'i'il it a local iii-i*n-��������������� end pre.  scribed  local  n-iueilii'S,  aud   by  constantly  fulling   In   cure    with    Inenl  ! trentment, pronounced   it   incurable,  v..!,,������������������,,   Ini*   urni'oit   t'ttlnrrh   to   lie   fl  1 constitutional   dUciine,   and  therclnrc  |, Ipllll *������ V t ��������� 11 *>���������������>>������������������ ��������� ,. '.'    ���������!.'..���������    .���������!  Flail's Cnhirrb Cure, inanufactured  by V. ,). rinney A Co,, Toledo, Ohio,  i������ the only coiistitiniuii.il euie on th,-(  liiarki-t. It Is tiiki-n iutcinnlly In  ,losei from 10 dropi to n tenspooiifiil,  ;. ���������     :;.   '.'       "   ''   ' ������������������*���������} <���������"<������������������  oils -itrdieeH of the sysli'iu. Tliey offer,'  on.* hundred dollar* for nny ease Ft j  fniU to cure. Hi-nd for circulars and i  testimonial*!.   Adiln-si:  F, ,1. Cheney cv <V, Toleilo, <������hio,  fnld bv Drtigci*.!*, 75".  Take HiiH'n J-'iiinily VUU for eonitbi  j*;iti',u. '  \ Vnnltee whil,* \;*-itiiie frii-nd- once  tiii'ke,) hi** nupkiii  into hi- eollir tu  prnlect bis clotluiig at bi4 |iri-nkfit������t.|  IL* lunched en h-- -lid it, and *ai>| it!  reminded him nf u man h. otic, kneWi  vth<> ritdn'd  iii'o a   r< utiiiirtmt,     and, i  O'llllllg llilllSi'W lit  till   table, liriiCeeili'd;  to  tuck  tii������  napkin   und. r   hi,  <hni.;  Il������   ilMiii  vail* I  ii   t,:,;t,r  ,,,),/  F-n\(*t  "Cun I *<t liineb bin?"  "Vfis,,r rfupondiil 'be wniter In t  jilliiniOd manner, "hut not a ahain-  l|i������0."  Whioh of Thoso Pictures  Best Represents Your Stable ?  If yeur Btabie Interior li et wood, you'll do  well to (������������r down those old, unsltrhtly  stalls and mangers���������������nd build new ones  cf fnncrala  tn feet, iVi* imltra StnWp-���������tnalrte nnd nut���������.  ehould be built or Concrete.  This It the ntedtrn m������t������rliil���������It has the  m-rlta of ttthtllnete, enderenre, and ���������ronemy  ���������and 1s sanitary.  Thn farmer himself can, by Its use, mnlte  tnin*,- tin)), tmnrm-om^nta thnf with ������n<. rtttter  material, would require the employment of  Skilled labor.  IP you would knnw eometriln* ef the poss).  bllltlee of Concrete, llll out tits r-inpon and  ���������end It to us, Ry return mall, we will ���������end  v*��������� n enitv nf nt,* f������i.i������ Iftfi-nnrn hnnb. "What  Iht Farmer Cat* tie witA Cantrttt,'  in it,.* 1, i-^l, i y.'.. ,',,*,j ,.i,iAi.i' litsuu,-  tlons for the conntrtietton of nlmnst nvrry-  thin* you can think of, In the way of farm  l>ulldln#������, tte*re, v������������#, trntiRhs, ete., **s.  Nowitdays,   for   a   farmer   not  t������  knotr  how to mix and ties concrete, ts to confess  himself esray behind the times.  "IVhat thei<nr*,rrliin J:h HUtk V-tmerrte   will  not only Inform you���������lt will also interest you.  ts  Whnt tho Farmer Can Do With Concreto"  Tells you Hew te use concrete In eenetruetlnoi  Hsns' Nests  Bsrns  Clstsrns  Oa(r(������a  Dipplno  Tanks  Feundsttens  Fence Foils  Feeding flaatt  Quttere  Mltehlnc Fests  Hans Oti������tk������  Heuses  Poultry M suite  Rest Cells rs  ���������lies  tnelter Walls  Canada Cetnmt Co^ iwm  A LOO Jt*tlmm*\ tttmt* ttmilitma  .MUNIHtUai.  ���������tables  ���������Ulrs  flfsffj  Steps  Tank*  T' roughs  *t*J*t*t%  Well Curbe  Ite^ete^ete, THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ������v  evotQd io P)ill  Thty Reqi/fi������e Seahtrg-  LL \ WH0LE aa>f for the PH'ows!"  ������������������ /\. gasps the busy housewife, al-  ������\ together unwilling to lavish  so mtich time oh' one article  ���������ut ol a houseful; but pillows are precious in the estimation of.the careful  householder, and eight or ten hours  spent upon the family supply of pillows  once a year will prove anything but i.  waste of time,  _T_hey require beating With a rattan  beater, ivhlch will neither cut the seam  nor wear the ticking, but If dbne on a  dry, windy day, will clear out almost as'  ���������'much of the collected dust (and with it  a fair supply of germs) as the most modern vacuum process.  Scrubbing is resorted to when old ticking covers have been removed and are  atill strong and firm enough for continued uae. With a hand brush, a liberal  supply of soapy lather Is rubbed into  the ticking, which Is spread out upon a  table, preferably out-of-doors, and which  later is scrubbed with force and then  rinsed through several cold, clear waters  and sunned to thc point of absolute dryness.  Pillows themselves may, according to  the latest authority, bc treated similarly with-the exception of the complete rlnso; for It is well* to remember  that there are feathers wllliln nnd that  It Is well therefore to use more semi-  dry lather and less rlnso water, adding  a fair (|iinntlty of ammonia for cleansing purposes, Pillows thus treated are  hung In - the open air and tho hottest  bud to dry day nftor day until their  feathers nro dry without a shadow of a  doubt,  Cover your own hair with flno tarlatan  when you transfer feathers to a now  tlcklrigycover, nnd obsorvo the time-honored custom of basting the new pillowcase io tho end of thn old he fore ���������ripping the old seam. TIiIh mny save a  pound nr two of feathers and, Incidentally, the temper of the housewife,   Such  \  CcVep /-be fca<? eViNrFwe 7*f������/*fcr  >������ork is done on n damp day, and those  who are fearful of thc airy down and its  quite terrible pervasive quality will repair to an unused cellar, where the  damp air keeps down the flying feathers.  The spool ns a ventilator will take  the place of a small patent If inserted In  the -sumo way In ench corner, Rip, open,  a tiny space In the seam, Insert an  empty spool and sew the seam round  its center ns quickly ami llrmly ns |i<ik-  slblo -with %No. 3il thread, The small  Hjioo] op which buttonhole twlet bus  been wound Is be iter than Hint of an  oi'dhini-y size, The feathers will not  come out, but a certain amount of air  will enter >,o freshen the pillow,  Cork dust  la n  clean  filling  fer  tlie  couch pillow, as are also old letters torn  Into small bits, Hran and sawdust are  loo heavy, while excelsior and hnlr ar������  too hard, Rose leaves nre a delight ami  balsam pine needles stand In a class by  themselves.  The housekeeper's bend should rest  easily after a pillow dny thai should he  just as important In the great system of  keeping the home In order na tlie morning hours of Mother Htildn, of fairy  tale fame.  I^aco curtains should soak for two  hours befoie washing in cold water to  which a little borax has been added.  Thev are much easier ^to wash after, and  this rids them of the smell of smoke and  iluut,  If a mother would but stop a moment  ���������ind use her common sense, the very last  thing she would do would be to let her  dilld eat the toffee, dates, nuts, cakes,  etc, whicii are offered for sale exposed  to dirt, dust and tiles. The simplest  protection to a1 child's health lies just  here, ami yet thousands unthinkingly  thus put the gravest dangers into the  mouths ot their children.  A very easy way lo place eoai on a fire  at night to avoid the usual noise, especially In a sickroom, would be to have a  black velvet glave made largo and easy  (the shapp of baby's llrst glove with  Just the thumb), and one enn then pick  up any size piece of conl and plaee Jt  where one needs It wlihout a sound, A  hook to hang It on near the corner or  the mantelpiece would be a sure way of  knowing where to find It,  N EXPERIENCED and observant  woman declares that the most important moment of the day to a.  man's peace of mind is the ten minutes  that follow his return from thework of  the day. At that time one word may  change his whole state of feeling. He  comes home usuany~Ure"d7"TvorTToFTHB"  vexations of business during the day  have frequently brought him to a point  of fatigue or nervousness'at which a  very little thing may decide what his  mood will be for' the rest of the evening  Of course, tne particular disposition of  every man is going to tell here, just as  it does everywhere else. Uut the rule  will hold good for Uie average man. The  most important thing for the tactful  woman to do l������ to wait until sbe sees  some signs of Ills temper before she'  makes nny decided move.��������� Don't,.above  all things, lell him that the plumber has  just sent In a terrible bill merely for  making thnt little alteration, Don't talk  too much in the beginning on any subject. Conversation taken torrenllally at  the outset Is l.kely to upset anybody  who is a little tlrod nfter a day's wnrk  nnd who wants tho quiet enjoyment nf  tho home.  The woman who follows this iidvlco  will (Ind her evenings plensnnter thnn If  she Jumped nt the beginning Into the  heart of things, especially disagreeable  things.  Wheel Run  THIS drawing shows how a simple  wheel may be operated by a siphon.    The wheel  can  be  easily  made from  pieces of   wooden   b������es,  ami for the siphon Itself a rubber tube  y be used. That arm of the siphon  >.....u is piiicen in the water must be  shorter thnn tbo other, arm. Water  must he sucked through the tube after  It is placed ,n position, bo that tho  siphon may -login runn'.ig. Of comae,  the wheel Is turned by , stoady str<-  of water dropping on too podif'"  A HAND-PAINTED DESK SET  TH& "POLISH RIDER"  THP) "Portmlt of a Young Polish  Traveler of tho I.ysowskl Hogl-  niotu," more commonly known as  the "Polish Kliler," Is now mi view  for a short time nt thu Cnrfax nailery In London, This gives au opportunity nf soelm* one of the loss known  unci nt the sruio 'tan one of tho most  ritmnrHublo of Uenibrnndt's muster-  plecos,  Tho picture wns pnlnteil nbnm 1*115,  Tho young, fulr-hitlred Pole looks to-  wards the spectator as he spurs his  gray Arab horso to tho rlj-rhi. The  horse's brldlo, Iho short stirrups and  tho rider's costume hnvn all enmothltiir  of thn orlent-al fashion, The -.whole  ennvun Is In warm, glowing color, and  golden evening light Hoods llguro and  jnnilsi'iiiio, Pr, Undo, the -arrontost  authority on lleinbrnndl's art, hns  written that lie "painted this portrait  ���������for such It evidently Is-wlth pecu������  liar pleasure and enjoyment, llruad  and free ns n study, It Is nevertheless  a tlnlsliml iilctuni of the richest color  and tlie most delicate chlnrosuura that  has cninii down to us In all Its beauty.  Thn long-legged couiHur of tlm  steppes, If n littlo out of drawing hern  and there, is modeled' nnd diameter-  l7int wllh hold strokes nf llm brush In  almost as masterly a fusiiion as nut  |,l������  ,,������!, .Vile Ith-'i'        ft      Of        I'l.llllJl        ���������  rider,     The   liitiilHciipi,,    though    os-  acntlnlly  used  ns  n   background   to  c  show tlmt ho completely altered the  right log, without ever taking trouble  perfectly to erase tho marks of lie  provloua position,  A Merry Heart  "A merry honrt  goes nil tho dr",  A sail tlri'K In n mlli>. O!"  JIKKI'tPtM.NKSH Hhould be n mat-  tor for religious oultivHilmi, as  much lis honesty nr benevolence,  In truth, It Is a specli-H of benevolence,  as well iih Invaluable In Its reliction-  ury elf eel. Conversely, moodiness and  chronic, depression are a supremo  form of siililsliiicHs, unless occuslmii'il  by Insanity. We have no more moral  right to stand lu people's sunlight  thun we have to rob their conl cellars or strangle tbelr pel eaiiai-li-s���������  no mure rin''' ��������� <��������� waste their nerve-  force ami thoir staying power than  to drop strychnine lu their ooffec.  An unreasonable nuipnr Is worse  tluin n minus iiuniitliy In algebra, reducing nnd enervating nil around  him.  Ono of tho best short sermons ovor  written Is tho poem nbout the old  woman whose cheerful disposition  transmuted hor barn cottage ami  humble font Into u Hiimnliious feast .  uiul u liiiiilj ji.ii.n,. i,,i iin.*. i inun.->������  nod i-imti'Titirn-nt arc twins "Cheerfulness   IM    till,    Hi I IIUW "l    l 11,1 111    VM(,I  which lo lili)'. it hn-duind's nffeetlons  He lirlirht and merry boforo him, no  I  y=>^f  9  nt ench side, connecting the three with  curved lines.  The smaller nrllelos ure easily iloeo-  rated hy single designs, as shewn in llie  suggestion for stnmpbox, Inkwell tup  uiul paper knifo. An liieiirpurulliin nf  a monogram ur one Inltlnl with a ilc-  slgn in always welcomed by those who  arc fun,I i.i a p,*rs.iiia| murk ua thi-lr  lii'limglngs.  On   tho   gray    sutlnw.iod    the   most  fr  !������������������ YOU visit the exclusive llitle nrt  >,)iii(,h or exchanges, yon will be ai-  lowi-il  Just  a  glimpse  of  llm  tin*  i.miiiI.    At Ions,, you iil'o generally Im-  pri'sned ttlth the fin  of the one wli,i  is lm i-haigi.', nnd whllo browsing iim.mu  tho   U-lllitlful   articles   iilTi't'eil   (ur   sale  bring nut and IndivlduulUii tlio (inure, , wteiur what iuti������. tttw* nro dummy-  has a beauty ������f pontic rwllnic  Ihat    ,nB ,,m ll!i:^!.^!rJ^J!!lJ'anl,!n-  Novel Hpwmino; Partv  n i'iiIIh Lord Lnnsdowno's 'Mill,'"  ilculgns offered oiin-i- arili/les em lin  mndo,  Hn I In wood I* beautiful for, Ibis purpose, hut It Is more ox pensive Hum  uilii'i- varieties piirelinsnlilo at ut".  i-iiire* nr In llu' |i>rngrajiliy sections uf  doniirtnii'itt stores.  l-'rnni these d������*slgins miiko a tuning  by imans of earimri paper, transferring  thi' ilnwlngs ilhvi ily lu iho wooden  form,   Ymir own luucmiliy will enable  yuu to mako tliife sketches sull nnv  shape, for ono tuntlf of dociirntlim can  ho nppllod where ymi pr������-f*-r.  Stimuli dyes tli.ii nre wiilerpruul uie  simuostod, thus Insuring u safe demising  process, The field uf mtor Is iinllirill, ���������!.  and a touch of gold or waterproof ink  la i At i miu   e. i.,..i.i,���������   ,,  ... ..,(,,,,  plrture Is tlm superb realisation uf  movement, of tho easy iiway of tho  rider, who sits his horso so well, If  not so Imaginative In conception, It  has n stntucsquo dignity that recalls  In n wny Iniror's "Knight, T>enth nnd  tin* liuvu," wiih Its figure on horse-  t,.u 1*. nn,I It-., lan<ti<--i)|,i> Inu'ttgi-ounil,  nnd the cumiuirlson la the more In  l, resting In view of Dr. Tbidi-'s reninrK  mh lo drawing tiiirer's horse, too,  was out of drawing, and a careful  ���������vamtnatlon   ot   the   engraving   will  ^  set ur thliigN that sp'lis delighted untls-  I ii'tiiui.    If you doubt  this statement  i������y n desk soi painted by hiind-nnd li;  ���������iirb't,  JA.]  Olltl. who wns going to lo- married  varied the usual sewing party by  Inviting bor girl friends to Join her  In n hemming tne, Towels, napkins,  dish towels ami luiiicliilis v.in- iDiuae ,1  during the ufleriioon, in.uie plcisilltl by  frult lemiiiiade and biscuit mi the wide  pureh, ami each guest put her own lnl������  f|i|������ In the rumor of onoli article  be.iiinoij bv lu-r������������������ a iiuiniiiuu ii'iniielei  In days to oomo. Tho silver thimble  given tn cub slii nn ber nrrivsl wu������  Sept nn A rtiiisi-iiu. M,n,v.i,,.. Utv .,���������..  ess fuiirni ber linen rbosi nun-b fuller ������t  the dose Umn at the beginning of ber  hfrmtnli ir party.  sonts ileidtiitlim or utility for ymir nj������������  clnl hobby.  Has nny ono n desk In hor dressing  mom or in tho family living liull',' Well,  bote Is a suggestion fur yuur uwit sot  i,r foi ouo as a gift to a frii-ml, It Is  fur n tiaiiil-pulhtcd not, and tbe Held l*t  ���������*������������������ l.irgo th.it <e,' Inst. in.*.������ ���������������!'! -���������.���������;'i;omI  i-ihIIi-ss posslbllllles  Miiv plain wooden forms, Tin* piiitray,  >t'im|il������������1 paper but,lor nnd Inkwell,  wtth, last of all, a paper cutter, are  siifildent fer a cor.pii.c sot    l'"n>m the  W  y-i l |.u    l)| -  Hut thn tint  , '���������  i     .)      ,, i i...  I mill   III   Willi ll   tlii  Por a is'ntray a ni'tif nt i-aili end  with   ii   xljurlo  Jinn  .,f  ..m-.ilVr  i ,nvi-n-  lloual  forms  le alwuyH  i!f<������t, m   tbe  design can we varhd by i*l,������' lug ��������� etrgor  form In the center und two s.tialli-r um.'S  |/T**i'llv*e e,i|,',-.������ ,(.���������(  bl'lltliiiit   ye|l,,w������ ,,r  ������������������   , ,1    ...I.   ,     .      ,,:..  IllO   Clilurlllg   111   lile  dosk is piini'ii.  Tlm brown woods nro tin,- b.ickgrnunda  fur yellows, Mils ,*iiii| li)in,)|i)i*lli������iis ���������t  Kilt, with linen uf |,l.,, k oik |,y way uf  emphasis,  Indeed, |li������re nr,   si,,ue nMr.-iellvo situ  tl, It    li f,,    I,,-. , '   -    I    i ��������� ll-. !v    WI".  Iiiim stain or ki", f"'' luM.tiue, ,n,,|  itu'M fhe iioeor.'iiiiui l,.n b,, a |,b*k'*i! mil  In   ('..titr<uiting   e,e ,i ,,    'Die   i-tn-ct   is  bllllll.ful.  'Dure la  a certaht c..iriti)oiene������������ In a  Don't Wake Baby  LI'-JT yum- Utile linby sleep, It Ir tha  iwilv way In which tlm little tiling  will grow, lm not disturb htm, and  icmeiiilioi*'ttluii Mother Nnlut-i.. decliton  Unit In- li,i������ hiiil Niilllcliiut rout, Nbe will  ii woken blm, ,  ���������' "ug uiul sleeping are tho two must  linpiiriiiiit iliidoK ���������r Infant life, bm un-  f'<>rIiin.tI���������-1v niullnis nml mirsos oflon  must iiiiicii*un,ib;y inieriVro with ,i  h.iby'M tii'.lH- tn pcifunii the liiltor.  I iioy linn* Uio idoii llml ������|oi>p|.ng lu iho  upi-ii nil* is lun mini, und, llu-iufore,  when ihfy tuko biiby out lu bis pcr.wi-  l,ul iter, I hey k< <-p ull rullsillg blm wlllitl-  i vor bo falls Into a littlo imp. This hi-  biivlui- uf ,'h.iiH In vi'ty iryllig to ii.iliy'ii  lemper, mul urion results In ipilio tin-  iieeosoary  i rylng.  Hall) v\,iiit,- In sleep, and he would be  ��������� i-l lm ii* in i for '(mug no; nu.I tliv only  llilng thai hhiuilil be seen lo Is tlmi Jin  I" luul lu ,i . , nil,ii l.iblo piMltluii and  i-ovi-roil with a rug ur sliuwi to pruviiiit  nnv I'h.iine nt 1, eiil,I.   If this pre, null,iii  '. .Ill,',, 4|. ,,,... ���������j.,, ���������        ..,,.������.,,,,,���������  ��������� lion   iiiuM* iM'ros! lun   porbnpwjitbnn In  (..eislblv   III    llo������IO   :l������|,|   Htiilfy.  Putt in jr on Cloven  THK  best   iniinnur    uf    teittlng   on  1-l.u.e-   In   tu   ivei-n   :i,,-|   I,I'm   lm, k  Hie i;,eli-.i  In  I.*,,. |)),, ,.(, .,(i,|  |���������nv.  il<r   ll|Slllly,      I'm    tlie    liugei-.    ii,    then-  pi i, is, ii���������i in,, thumb, .in.) e.ifrfuiii-  wmli  llieiii  ui,  ������ii,i  Uu* tlr������l  IniK.r mil  tli'lflill   ef   llll*   iilher   Iniul   IKltK   ((ley   III.'  unite iluwii, never |,,>m IhUiih tb,i  in, .ft-  I'.i'-i II,e thuinb luiii'its |.'.u i* with  1*1111', and wuik in v. i'i the (Inner*;  I il' ri l,,e k I lie uluve uul '*.)! (e l( over  t !'<���������    ll Hel    ...el    w I 1-        ,i,  . ������������������,     |i,u.   liil.K    llie  kbl,  iiii,i   wok   tin*  giun*   i;,i���������  pr,������|u*r  |,l.ue t,s   ii,, ,ue   i,f I'i*      fl     ������*!   :,r*'.������.',it*i������,  alWHN*.  ,|i",n It.t   I l, i    H.I   I"   ������.e.i    .������  . A, , ..  tlio liuvu*. In Irs'.i tt . -<f i*!,,,i|t,-i l/������  takin in fafii-ulng itn- llrst button. ********  am  ���������OH  HMM  ^emL9m*mmm  THE NEWS, CUMBKKLAMU, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ������?$:  c  issj������it.-.rii*  fl    THE FURNITURE STORE _\  $ 1 m  -������������������uniaj ei ,1^ ���������^^a^������������Ba.e>JMss������e^aMajsw^P*saws������s������������aM������%i^ 1  -4 3      ii    ii ��������� si���������i ii   iiiii i   i i ii ami      ii at���������i an*���������a���������     i   MMM^*MTTTB^Trwwi'|^r������W>M'i^MW'aiW ���������^���������^���������'���������'���������^���������������������������.^'^^���������M' ���������  Ij To all our Friends and Custom-  El ers GREETING  Wishing you all  $>tu fear.  A. MoEINNON  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  ���������**���������******  Miimmm\\mummmnmmm\mnmmm\i-  miimm-Awmmmmmmmm  m  m si  ii  IE  ������  E  XE  .FAREWELL OLD YEAR.  Tlio old year    will  soon   havi  past into history.    We part  witli  it as with an old friend.    To some  it lias brought much joy���������to others sorrow.    Yet we ar e reluctant  to say farewell.    Like a palsied  man it totters as it near*  the end  of life's journey and goes forward  towards that  vast mult  wherein  doth lio the forms of dead dynasties and  sheeted  centuries swept  hy the remorseless  hand  of time  to that great graveyard at the entrance of which rites the imaginary  tombstone  upon  which  it  inscribed these words: THE PAST  There is a sublime eoleinnity  iu  the slowly moving, yet uever vary  ing.lftide of years.    Man has mark  ed its course  into   hours,   days,  weej&-*s months, years and centuries. jeTlFrilslininiT^TrTuiU^riH  on, utterly unmindful of the puny  mark* raised to measure  the  tide  that   neverg tires.      I>ynastiett a-  n*se, flourished and  decayed; cities have sprung from fertile plains  und then sank beneath the desert's  Uiifting sands;   continents   have  iwrt-d iheir lofty brows nbova the  ocean's trackless waste, only to return to the   coral   caverns   from  whence they rose; races have ris.  un to the noon of splendor and be  cuiiit) lost in the depths of night,  but Time, patient, plodding, tire-  lens Time, sweeps  on   with  the  ���������same regularity as when   it first  insi.ed fortli from  tho hollow of  Gull's hand, to the chant of the  morning  Btars   thut   proclaimed  Creations duwii.   And yot time ie  but the image   of   eternity,   tlie  nhiidow oi'a shoreless Ben, the type  of it duration  for which all tlie  nges past and the aeons to come  would not nmke or constitute the  iirst faint flush or tlie first streak  ut tho dawn of its second  mom -  ing.   Eternity!   thou     pleasing,  dreadful thought!"    Tlmt never  never ending r������ign niicceeding the  criiah of mutter und the wreck of  the worlilH, eiins nnd systems! Intelligence has achieved triumphs.  It Iiuh read the stars of heaven and  enu foretell t<> ft second  when tho  great fiery nttti will be hidden i������  partial or totnl eclipse; it can rend  the histary of the creation on tlie  inek* of nature   and   unfold   the  werotfl hidden by Mod in the Imw  el* of tli'' '"rth; but when  It at  tempts to rrr*H\> tna "igiiifieinieu  uf eternity it stand* abashed and  dumbfounded at its inability to  earn prebend an infinite plan.  COMMUNICATIONS.   ������__  EmTqR News:.--Citizen Edward Bickle has previously  sought notoriety in various ways  and by varied means, peculiarly  his own, emphasised from strong  opinions to shorthand, but it remained for his appointment by  the Citizen's League tu attend the  revision of the voters' lists, to  show what he could achieve  This gave him the opportunity  of his life to pose as a legal luminary iu addition to a municipal!  electioneering agent and prove  what a smart man can accomplish  by a technicality on behalf of his  candidate, by deep thoughts and  dark designs.  He signalised this unique occa  sion by lodging complaints  jgajnj^g^djnen^.all over 6o  years, who have served their city  in their day and generation to the  best of their ability as good sober  and industrious citizens, highly  respected by their tallow-:, spend  iug their money suppor ing the  merchants, and by their iutlnence  materially helping to build up  the towu and its interests, raising families to follow iu their  steps second to none.  Yet aU this availed this young  man nothing, so he ruwilessly  desires to reward them by si diking their names off the voters'  list, at least all those who he  opines would vote lor Mayor Me  Donald. But it is rumored that  somehow or other he miscalculated, and at least two out of three  are supporters of Mr. Bates.  Wisely did Bobby Burns sing,  ���������'The best laid scheme* o' mice  an' men aft gang aglee.''  Yours etc,.  A. Boom kr a no.  Mr. George Snow, of Vnncoii-  jvor, and his friend   Mr, Savage,  arrived by Saturday'* steamer, and  are the Christmas guest* of Mr.  and Mrs T. Bickle.  NOTICK  Steamer "Uowiclinn" leave* Van  couvor on Friday, Dccmuh- v 23,  at 8 p. m. inafu'ii! of SiiMirdny,ftir  Nanaimo, Denimm Ulnnd. ('ninn  Bay and Comox, and ret ii ruing  leaves Coinox on Saturday Di-reni  CumberlandHa  WEDNESDAY* i i  THURSDAY  Roosevelt in cAfrica.  The original picture taken  while hunting i.n Africa, consisting of 2,000 feet of the  most wonderful hunting country in the world.  DON'T MISS THIS WONDERFUL PICTURE.  FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY.   |  rjiiiiiiHiiiiuniiiircwm  C������^?Xs������������������X^3X^^  ^  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  B. Cloutiet.  General Blacksmith  - -   - * -  Horseshoeing a Specialty.  Third Ave., Cumberland  ee������������������������e-������**s-os������������*������������*<E������e������  KHKSHaHs*^**-^^.*^^^  c  a  ���������A  mf  0  ������  o    a  7^  ���������^  3  p  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  l.adtea' Worjk  ct Specialty.  P..  w  It.  ���������^H-oj���������  S3  a  o  *  M  ! acals.  A  ii.ii..,, 1,1 >���������  )Ullilg. till  ji.r.-  I xv  .11  ,  Villi .\jjj-:,    I hi.  ���������ft happy imw year, a lmppim-'M  iiri".ing from and teiiijMtied with  "i.nitiui, faith hope ami charity.  .'-Iny the mill nl pio������pvi uy rmux  iiiiinuo'iiily ii [Kin on r city, dnriiif/  ilHt.  Mr. II. Dmnlall left hint week  fnr Victoria, to spend Christmas  with hia frniily.  >  C/Q  a>  ���������-3  r-r-  ���������nn���������  EL  An f  ,-rf  mi  rt-  a>  ���������m*  a  o  tt.  'n  Immm    *  C/l  D  .  mi   ���������  3"  Cu  tmm im*t  P*  CD  ��������� (/)���������  9?  rZT  CD  O  o  Q-  Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits Made  \o ^rxler  from Sao to S35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  * K. AIDA  ?Aml  LADLES' TAILOIt-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OQADE TO' ORDER AJ4D  IN ANY STYLE YOU CHISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND, -       . B. C.  >  j  n  i  0  0  I Capital $5,000,000. Reserve $5,700,000 |  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.   I  | J : ,  |:  I DRAFTS ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY. PAYABLE ALL Hi.  ������ OVER THE WORLD. I  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & .interest i  I at highest Current Ralee allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards. ff;  |___ CUMBERLAND, B. C, Branch, Open Dtfily. ft  I "W1JKTEN^nr~BrC-r:Sub''Branch|��������� Open-Xuegday-3-aad-|i-  1 FRIDAYS.  1 UNION WHARF. B.       '   ,b-Branoh, Open ThuifsdavB.  M.t3. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  imMlfUHimttMllMlR  Mrs, Geo.  Lxrxvin  and children  me upending Chrirtttnab with rolu  lives in Victoria.  Miss Qiii'i-iiie Alii'iuiiR it< hmiie  friiiii VuiKioinw for Clii'intniui.  The Whiten dofi'iitcd the HI iwn  at footluill on jMoihIhv, l������v a sitoro  nf -t tp 15. Ilnih tcimm wtreili'iiwn  from thu Y, M. It. C.  Mimnp'c Mnnfiroiricrv of tin-  Itoynl I'liink, npeiit OlirictinnK nt  Vinicoiiver.  Mrs. I). Ki] putt id,- umi daugh  tor left, nn  Tliiirndiiy's  hunt  for  Vmicoi'vi'i',  The hiiiiiibI ineetinj! of the Cu-  inox (,'reiini"iy AHKoi'iitiun Ltd.,  hor 2lth, ut noon, {intend nf Sun. j will lm held in the Aprieultiirnl  day at 4 p. in., and Nnn������itnn nt! Hull. Cimrtonay. ������'ti TInii'Hihiy liOih  t'������ p. in.,nrrivi:ig VaticuiiviM 10 p.' January at fc p, in,  Wm. Duncan, St'cr������tni'v,  m.  The iiHtinl ������clieilnle will im re.  minied the Snturdiiy folluwinjf,  Decern Iwr HUt,  RKSOLLTIOXS.  'li. ^������i.,ih- /. , l.y wnffed tli"  Unwltiij rnnolMtrriM* Into imr  ...ciiiin;  I leMilvo tit following yenr tint  ������il] n.it drink miy, laden* I am  ������������������.':   -v**v\ dry.  * *>  '.<**��������� ������vill Ut p*i������ph< mind  ii.eir own bn������in������M end aaeim Umn  all I r*n.  Tlmt I will alwtaja forgive my  ettHmiwi, e������ptcially tli'������>e 1 enn't  whip.  TKNDK1IS. i  0, H. Fwlmer. llivernide Ho.*  tel, Conrteiifty iiivit������'-< lendern fm |  the i������on������trnetinn of lli������ I'mIImwim" '  iiuildingu:���������Ono Imsim-nn lilnek,;  !K) .v 40, on -a lol njtmiii' mi c.iiirt !  1'iitvy nnd iiniiiedintilv iiMJuiniiiji I  the opera lioiiBO nnd livi-ry hnrn.j  ���������fl x 40 nitnnto Iwliiml tin- Hiver"'  The Udlin.' Aiilofd'ntceMetlin  ill..* f.'iiiT*f>li   litti'iiil   liolilinir   their  A-i'.nnl J':ih' of Wni'l nml   V.\\U>\*  liiiuiiieiit in tin-' niwiuli of .Mnidi.  Mr. Sidney Alkim-mi and dnwgh  ',, 3, ft "���������'.' u'i*in'd'iv l'i������t fov Vie-  forin, where tliey will in future re.  i������iile.  .|,,|������]..{..i������i,^������{������J..1.>|u]m|,.{������i������'{,,|.,]i.|������|.,|,.||  Municipality of tlm Oity of Cumberland.  NOMINATION'S for School Trim  <eo will he received on Monday, the  8 h day of January. l'Jll, at li  o'clock no in  The in do of tmniirntion of cun*  ilidntes phtill hu us ftiilo \p;���������  The I'liinlid.iUiK nhall he nomicn  tnd in wrii'mu.    Tli"> wriiing mall  lw mliBcuibed by tw i voier-1 of the  mu-licipHli y an t ropni>er nnd  aee-  onder, nn I -sh ill he deliveri'd io the  Reiurninn Olllcer at any lime he  tween ti e dnte of the no'.ic) and ti  p,m. of the day of noiriiii'tiion, nnd  in the event of more than two mini-  iiintioiih n poll will lm o|/t!ticd   on  Thorn) iy��������� ihn 12th day of   J mm  nry, lili I, nl iho |i������llin(/ Htution ������'  McLeod's Inn Oronm 1'nrlurH, Duns  iimir Ave., Curiihorliinrl,   MO,  if  which every jierfon is roq'ired   lo  tike   milieu and  govern   himself  iicoordinuly  (InnliliciitionH for TiutvUei nro on  folio*,-;���������Any p������rnnn lelii({������i houi-o  holdtr in lie tiiiiniri|)iiliiy and he  iiu n Hrilifh Hiilijont ut the fill! n-if  of iweniy ot-e yearn mui otherwhe  ipinl'ffuil hy tlii'' Aot to vote tu nn  ehciion of Hohnnl tniHii'iH in the  miid umiiiclptlity, ahull lie ellnlhle  in t e eleeiel and wve iih ii i-ehoo1  trurii-e  Givon under my linnd'nt thn Oily  of Cum bo i Innd thin 27th dny  Dueniuhur, 11)10.  AlKX    MeK INN'S.  Oiinrnin.i Ollln-r.  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  =V.  BOftORfl:  manufactuneit c* miNERAL. CUATERS.  lUholesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUOR St QEBR  P. 0, BOX 140  PH0NI3 80....  CUMBERLAND  I NEED MONEY  -Ai\'n~  YOU   WANT   CHEAP   FEED  So to Miit iih hoth (luring thu liulM������yH 1 will  t-ell the reniniiidei' nf my  8TCOK   AT   C08T.  Thin In your opportunity   to mive 10 per cent  mi yniir feed hill nud Iny  in a cupplv fnr the  enh'l dnyn nf Jtiitnnry,    |)on't foreei- the place  A. B. CRAWFORD,   ���������   ��������� Courtenay, B.C  DKAI.KK IN WWII ANI) KKKI>.  IT,  IOE3  WAMfciU-A tene.lier lor Aim  tn Pihno), mule or fi'iimle,    Diitic  tn eoiiiineiiee .Iitliiinn   1UI1,   Ap  ply  W.   J.    UiilTig/lil. -Seeretni'V.  aWi-d Hitfimy. nf Vmieouvoi', in  viVtti'ttg t!if'< -"ity nml is  the giir-vl  pM* Hotal, Courtenay.    \%M nml of l)f nm, Mr> Mu(.Nftnt{1,io���������t  ������i|KH!itlcMtionl   of    tl"    pi*iipii*eil               .  iMiildiiigH may lw in*|ii<ii.d H* the     Mr. H.Staling, of VHtieonver,  oflh'o of Ci. It. Itatvs, Iti'nt   Kutnte iw vfi*ffittjr *lii������ city,  nml   in  the  Agent, Opera IIoiimi. r.nun������m*y. ntwet of l**������r, nml Mra. Freeman,  hy whom all tw������'Ur������ hhi-f )*������ n-. ������������������������������������������������������   tei*te*i not later than Monday i!n������l. ~^ *' ]i *$ m>' hJvu'U ',"', w  1omct*������ utee'i'V riirlntmaa nml a  itapp) N������������W Year.  day of January I'dV,, The |..w-  e*t nr any tender no: nn-, r*nt\\y  teeeptvil.  t  <hiu Vi-nfc  Suii'lttiik, It. ('.  Try The |tij������ Store for nn order  of Xiiinh -fJi'oeei'itiH, Satisfiielion  gmirnutet d.  ���������*������������������  $50 REWARD  The nlmve reward will lie paid  for the ucoverv of ihe liody o*  Y. Ynmniie, a Japanese aiipposed  to lie drowned near CnmplwH'*  rnittli. near Conrtetiay, on Sun  il������yt XivvutiU'r 27th. Devcrip  tion of clothinj;: {.tny cn\t, hlttc*'  oil C������flt, lhtt^-*t\unrU'r titttii ixiots  CSiriiwH K. AIDA,  CuillUih.ttd, l! C,  AUTOMOBILES  ma,amatma*mm*smtatmmmm*mimmmm metmtmemmtm-tartin^  8750.OO to #5000.00  WE SELL  RU88EL,  fcslLtNT-KNfGHT,  DAIMLER,  OVERLAND,  HUPM09ILE,  and BRUSH  AUTOMOBILE8.  SUNDRIES all kinds  8I0Y0LE8 and  8UPPUE8  THOS. PLIMLEY,  O-rrrANOtTORttSOBLANOttY ���������t.,\i.������.AB,.      m m,  101.7*7 JOHNSON ST.. VIUTWRrA*   fa.U  s:  aoc  *fme*  J


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