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Now  is your time to get (quality and .  ���������������������������stylq-in^-up-tosdate^clothingr   Our windows will show  you some of the many lines  .we carry, with sale prices  attached.  Simon Leiser & Co;> Ltd,  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Cumberlan d.  ���������*>������q������i^������*^������M**������V***')������������**������������������*������M<  MAROCCHI BROS***!  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's''BRER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines aiid Liquors..  SECOND    STREET  N*������*������Mr*vfe������  Presbyterian Concert.  Tlu* Inrpo lindietKO whicii groo*.  ed the performance given bv the  Prosbytofdan Clmreh Inut Tlirw.  day night was In no who disappointed, for tho program ,was nn  exiji'llont one. A vory pleaplng"  preludo ro tlio entertainment wero  tlio two fllma very kindly' mn off  by Manager Mol^elll of the niov  idg picture ahow, '���������Tlio Qnarry*  roan," and "Unbbor HeoU,"  JRov D MeGIUlvray nt tho cloac  et n few brief oponlng remark,  called upon tbo following: Thc  MIbhos Frame, lutttrumental duet,  wliich ellcitod a most hearty en  corn. Mr"Poaraon annp 'Ancnorwl'  nnd for encore, ��������� BoldW* Droam.'  Mr Stenlnnao rocitwl 'Thn Min- -The following X'inturtw will hi  or'* U������vnnge,' and for. etiooro.ahown at Cumberland Hull, thin  ���������Blow.'About,' Mi������������ Hundon ������������ng wenk:���������'������Tlu������   Prico   of   Knmn,"  FOUND ��������� Between Com x  Spit aud Deiuiian nnd Hornby  Islands, logs marked "V" inside  diamond, 'P and 7," "IT.!.."  aud "H.B." Apply Chiis Ash-  eiifcltw, or S HCHfTe, Coniox.  "1^78. Cowioliftii 'will in fti'tirc  eirry n Sunday mall, which will  b 1 dlatriliutod on Monday. Tho  outgoing imiil will ulutiu at 4,80  p, nt. on Sundays, "'  It looks tm it tho coining uiuiii-  eipnl cotituflt will hu tbo inunt in*  toroBtiug uuu in-thu history ol tho  city, Wo new! noumllfo and Jn-  vrc������t i iifiiKod into thom,  'Tbaanngu mv mother used to  eh).* very ff'ivft'v. MY B'HT'V! do  lighted the audionco witb IiIh woll  choMii violin M������lootlnn������, Mr Pour  hom again favared witb a vocal nolo  wbhih brought tbo lint pnrt of tbo  programme to a clow.  Tho Mrcond pnrt cf>n������l������tcd nf the  three-act  farco untitled   ������Dated  JnUl<"   Whif.lt I'Htlrl'.l  .IIHl'.ll illllUMI.  'ment fromctart to unifh, thu char  a������ti'M Iwitig will Btistaltied.  Tho nrt tiro cntnlntnunt \\fina do  elded auouwia and iit������tto<I* a   nlcn  littlo nmn toward*'flu* inunw-i fund.  Cwreii OlHe> pf������. of L>tt?*,������mfth,  in lite tn-if olerk at C������mpMI ll**.  ������������������Tho Olnlalora Touch," "The  Countcm, Rttvengu" ,4Iu tlio Mer--  junto Power" ���������'Fruit Growing Ir-  rig.*ti<m Buouo" ������������������Mountain Bii/.  staid.'��������� Manngor McNoil of tho  moving picture ������how, Iuu made  arrangements with ..sunny Film  Company, for the Bapclmll Clinm  pimtidiipSt'iieii���������1'liilndnlphir A*  uui-rii'auH vh Chicago Nuliiitialii.  This wonderful Extra, U but u  ahort timo ndimwl, and will b������  ubowit Ituio iu tho iH'iir (utiM-i.  Tho Rwany Film f/'omprrny linn-  I'xoluaivo rlglr lit Cana'a.  .mm  FOR  Furniture  Wallpaper  Mixed  Paints  Beds and Bedding,  ���������H^~K**M-+������K^-H-M-H'  STOVES  ** **������&������A_J**&**#_<&**������AA fc^ft^a^ftA*^**^.!*^*.  ������  ������  *  ������  ! THE CORNER STORE f  Jii ^m^^*m*s**mmmm*U9m'm^*aMM.mmn*m_tmmm*vi+^ *%?���������  OVH STOCK op  Raincoats, Sliokeps, Oil  Clothing, Umbfell  and  ttr  ,������,   ...  .CmCi.  Is noca CO]WPl_ETE.  9*  A  i>  ;*>  A-  t  at  and  RANGES  TRY  THE  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  49  9*  w  ���������9*  49  de  *>-  <9  City Council  The city council met in regular session on Monday evening,  there being present Aldermen  Stewart, Stoddart, Hornal, MeLeod aud the mayor*.  The minutes of last meeting  were rend and adopted,  Communication was received  from T V Sinclair, acknowledging receipt of communication  from city, and stated that material used in sewer construction  luid advanced 15 to ao per cent  over that ol' lust fiimmer,       ,  'Communication from ]>r Spen  cer, of Local Opiion 'League,  Vaiviouver, suggesting changes  in the Municipal Act re licenses  and morel reform. Aid Stoddart  suggested that communication be  consigned to*, the waste paper  bnsket. On motion, tbe commit-  uicution was laid ou tho table,  Constable Cray's report;  Scavenger ���������   9i 14 _o  Nightwutclunan ...  Hull rent   ......  Scavenger's buckets  Scales...... ......  lioad tnx  Sample room  Aid Stoddart usked leave to iu  I rod uce a by-law at uext meeting  dealing with the   transient   real  ciJtatu men.    leave was granted.  Aid Stoddart asked for exten  niwii oi* lime un 1141101 iicuiiae Uy-  l.i������l.    ";.vtn.sion gi.MlU'il'  Accounts. W Willard.. $ 8 75  Electric Light 39 85  Islander   ...,    9 oo  PBClott'uM..    * 60  TEBate....    555  CH Tarbell .    1 9_  On tnotjou it H'us decided   to  miimnuii ull those who have not  complied with Scavenger By law.  Tender for clearing park  wa*  opened Irom Messrs II A leu and  H lliindfii, Bi.\n per acre  bHng  the price adicd:    No acliou was  tak^n in 'lie matjer,  Council iidjottttir-d,  * 1 ���������.  *. ���������,  ��������� > ��������� ��������� ��������� t  69 50  85 00  60  14 00  3 o������  Citizens' League.  A special meeting of the Citizens' League was held ou Friday  evening last, Jaui<\s Reid, President, presiding. The meeting was  called for the purpose of receiving report of special committee,  wliich was appointed to draft up  a platform ior our next munici  pal election and 1.0 select candidates. Mr isiuithe, chairman- of  commit lee, handed iu report.  Moved and seconded that the  same be received and read dame  by clause.  1. The installation of a modern  and sanitary sewerage system.  Adopted.  a. The abolition   of   taxation  upon improvements .and  levying  of all luxe rates against land val  ties only,    Adapted.  3. The abolition of thc ward  system.    Adopted.  d,, The enforcement of lhe  Bound by-law.   Adopted.  5, The enforcement of regulations looking to the cleanliuetR  of the oily.    Adopted.  6, Tbe consolidation nnd revis  lon of all by*laws upon the city  slut uie books.   Adopted.  7, Cement .sidewalks for Duns  inuir Avenue.   Adopted.  These having been secured BEFORE  the recent great Rubber Boom,  should be well worth your early  |  attention.  it*  ���������fete  I  J. N.McLE0D;  Dunsmuir Ave.''. ' ���������      S  ���������tb ---������������������������������������      - ���������**" ***"' J'- Cumberland S  *9*9*\*^**t*l^*9-w^9  **^*i**^fo������mi*^li^mnam*������Aymda ���������>������^������^^*Vh������*������������V������v  .*%  <*>  a  fi  IF)  (���������)  (���������)  A-)  (**.  CX  ( ,)  to  ������������������fi.  (ft-  This Space is Reserved for  The Canadian  Bank of Commerce  8  Qf������ *^^*M>^^������^*������w<|^^*>^*j>>J^^>*li^i *j^>*������<|^b ������VQ  (���������>  &  (<.)  (i)  At Snlmon'a ('aiubridgi*hir������'  ���������*WM������pt rlriwii nt Victoria, on Oi't.  ���������i.'irh. tin. fi,t|itivlng drew jsrhof  htii'; -Mr*. John Jack, $Sl.&U;  J.ilm SjujHri*, Hod 00.  It was then moved and carried  that a clause should be inserted  to read ''General Park Improvements.  A communication was read  from the Hon Win Templemau  ic tlic extra mail service by the  SS. Cowichau on Sundays. It  was moved .that lhe same be received aud tbe secnitary instructed to reply to Mr Templeman iu  favor of S4ine,  In tbe nominations lor tba  mayoralty honors Thomaa V,,  Bate received tbo support of the  WLWLmLWLmmmLwmmim  Leaugue. Iu th" non*in.itic,-  for aldermen in the '.nt'!'- -,-.������������������'  J. N, MeLeod m .;., ,. ,1s.:. .'.,-.  iwere chosen. I-or ihi* r.u-iv. .  ward Junic-; Heii! and Pi������iilc  Dal'ws, Por tht* nonii .ward .! i  G Brown and Vn-d ilocvoud l������  wasdecitk'd that Tbo������ Hick .*i!  receive Mippoit for^chi rd trustee.  Meeting adjourned.  Tlm ont put, of conl from local  mini-* for tlm month of October,  wan 4.4,1128 ton*,  fe'fl  C_lai50  ihth  ~*V^f  (Ciutliitty  W8������  mmi,U w-./,-.  **Ji*',*l^,',a <���������**'v__"  The cold wi'iitlmr in now horo to tuny, and you  will newl 11 good warm Milt mid ovtreoat to Vnnp  out tlio cold, hut before you purchnxer rem.- in und  now our Htock o(F jt-rilos at $20 find $25  And our Overcoats  at $12 to $20  Cont Sw^.nterR In Grey,  Nuvy and Brown    |2,25, $2.30  S������:������: our s-int^lc* for made to metv.Jte  PIT KM F.,  CAMPBELL BROS.  II  H  V__.^i  7 **������������������-,' d  ���������a.    rn---    ti THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  SmjlyCured  of Eczema  By Cuticura Remedies  "Tho Cuticura treatment has absolutely cured mo and family of eczema  which I, my wife and two-year-old  child had for eight months. It started  with small pimples on the head of my  child wliich gradually broke out in  sores, and it was not long before I  and my wifegot the same. Our heads  were ono mass of sores, wo could not  sloop and tho itching was terrible.  Wc suffered for eight montlis. We  tried different kinds of ointments and  medicine but it did us no good and  soon it began lo break out on our  bodies until a friend who had tho  tame" trouble told me about Cuticura  of which I used two sets of Cuticura  ���������Soap, Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent, and I was surprised.  After 'the first few days our heads  began to heat and in two months wo  ���������vcrc absolutely cured of this terrible  ecr.ema." t  (_3igncd) Eugene Potthcm-,  v 5S1 Ralph St., Brooklyn, N.Y.  Ho stronger evidence than this could 1>������  given ol tbe success and economy of thu  Cuticura Remedies ln the treatment of  torturing, disfiguring humors of the skin  p.i.l scalp, ol infants, children and adults.  Said throughout the world. Send to Potter Drug 4 Chem. Corp., Boston, U.S. A.,  lor free 32-page Cuticura book on treatment of skin and scalp diseases.  THE HOPE OF RECIPROCITY. J  The following editorial is taken from the Calgary Optimist, "it is  characteristic, of the expressions of The Optimist on the lines of aid for the  Western agricultural interests. The Optimist, although A. young paper,  , has made a reputation for straightforward, plain speech in behalf of the  | interests upon which, more than all other, the prosperity of the West  i depends. It is a powerful journal, and in the solution of political and  i economic problems i.s coming to be a factor of no uncertain influence:  [T  HE time is approaching when negotiationsvbctween Canada and the  United States will be begun looking toward reciprocity. It will  be-a great day for Canada if the negotiations succeed. It may  ; not be so great a day for Eastern Canada, which hopes tq, manufacture  j untold millions for the West, but the Western man  ! THE HOPE OF who expects to buy the goods, can see nothing but  j RECIPROCITY cheaper   agricultural   implements   as   a   benefit   of  ���������      '   . reciprocity, reduced tariff, free trade, or Whatever  j it is that results from the negotiations, The duty on machinery runs from  I 18 per cent, upward. Fcfr many classes of machinery it is as high as 33  ) per cent. Take an engine outfit for which you have to pay $4,400, practically one-third of the amount is tariff, paid supposedly on behalf of the  j Eastern.manufacturer to "protect"' his business. By what law of God or  man,can such a ho'd-up of one end of the country for the benefit of the  other be justified? Canada never was anything until the Western wheat  fields began to bloom. Although'of the same age as the United States,  its total population-was not equal to the one city of New York. But  then the West was discovered and an era of growth and expansion began.  Thousands by thousands the farmers flocked into the West and Canada  came to be recognized as the greatest daughter of the Empire. Canada's  greatness is in the West. That West is and for years to come will be  agricultural. Under the existing system, regardless of whether the manufactured articles comes from Eastern Canada or the States, its price is  increased by from 20 to 35 per cent, on account of,the tariff. When you  come to figure the grand totals, this condition means that every year of the  years to come Alberta will pay for the "protection" of Eastern manufacturers, enough to build a pork packing plant, or within a few years, to own  the elevators. Of course this is good business for Eastern Canada, but it  is directly at the expense of the ,West, and the benefits resulting in the way  of a home market and the like, will not be compensation enough,  What Alberta wants today and for years to come, is cheap manufactured, goods and more people. Reciprocity will bring them. Reduced tariff  will bring them. Then we want reciprocity or reduced tariff. When we  get the population you can depend upon it that we will get the factories,  tariff or no tariff. And, tariff or no tariff, we will not get the factories  until we do have the population. And all the people in all the mills in  all Canada will never provide an adequate home market for the wheat that  even Alberta can grow.    *  The farmers want cheaper, machines, and any political party that does  not supply that want is going to find itself down and out. It is not a  question of politics, but a question of business. The high tariff so far is  merely an exemplification of the law of the survival of the strongest. The  manufacturers have been keener at manipulation, and the farmers, the  consumer of the West, whether farmer or what, has not bothered. To date  we have not been strong enough to bother, but the Premier felt our strength  this summer, and from this year the fight will be for reduction. If the  East will not grant it, then the West will take the question from them  aiid along with it, the control of the affairs of this great Dominion.  Canada cannot afford to overlook an opportunity to remove a stone from  the path of its developers; and the man who develops the land is of far  greater value than the one who builds a mill.  hAOE IN CANADA  Royal  YEAST  <M/f������S  MOST PERFECT MADE *  Has been Canada's favorite  Yeast over a quarter of a  century. Enough for 5 cts  to produce 50 large loaves  of fine, wholesome, nourishing, home-made bread.  Do not experiment���������there  b nothing "just as good."  C. W. CILLETT CO. LTD.  ,_,    .        TORONTO, ONT.     '  Winnipeg Montr**'  Awtided h'gheit honora *t  ���������11 Espotiliotu.  mm  Lty  M_l_������������  M*.a_  Must Use Better Tobacco  Mrs.   Newrich���������Suzanne,   tell   Robert, the butler, that if he must smoke  in the kitchen he must use better tobacco. .**'.'  Suzanne���������-I did tell him, but lie 3ez  they're the best cigars master has.  PRIMATE OF ENGLAND.  One of Many      *  "Then you think you won no permanent place in her heart?"  "I'm just a notch on her purnsol  handle; that is ull."���������Pittsburg Post.  Revive the Jaded Condition.���������Whon  energy lings and the. cures of business  become irksome; when the'whole system is out of sorts and there is general depression, try Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. They will regulate llie  action of a deranged stomach and a  disordered liver, and make you feel  like a new num. No one need suffer  a day from debilitated digestion when  ko simple and effective a pill can be  got at any drug store.  Praying mny not bring all the things  prayed for, hut it never keeps them  away.-���������Washington Post,  The difference between fame and no.  lonely is that notoriety commonly  lasts longer.  SMohbGwv  aaickly stop* cough*, ours* aoltlt, heal*  tba throat nnd lungs. ���������   ���������   . as Mats,  Jorlrons���������My dour, arnvj/ig in to n  woman what whistling in to u mini?  Mrs, .l.���������Irt it so? Then tnke Willie's ,        ,,               ....    ���������      .  trousers and whistle a patch on them ;������out'!i predicted n brilliant and use*  while 1 go to tlie matinee, "   "  ���������_Dr_. Lang Is therYoungest Archbishop  Since the Middle Ages. ~"~"  ". IVr. Cosrao"Gordon*Lang, Archbishop  of York arid Primate of England, is  not only the youngest archbishop in  Great Britain, but the youngest who  has been raised to that dignity in that  country since the Middle Ages. He is  the son of Principal Lang, of Aberdeen University, who has acted with  distinction as moderator of the Church  of Scotland and as president of the  Council of Presbyterian Churches. The  son left Scotland, however, to enter  Unlliol College at Oxford, where he  soon became noted as an athlete, being specially devoted to football. In  his studies his interest in sociology  and economies naturally led him into  tho debating field, and lie won tlio  honor of being elected president of the  ronowned Oxford Union, that training  ground of so many great Parliamentary lenders. This position may well  have been the turning point in his ca-  reor, for later lie was appointed secretary of a committee to investigate social conditions in London's East End  What ho learned by actual observation, combined with hia academic interest in soeinl questions, caused him  to resolve upon a political career nn  the mostt effective way of bringing  about tho changes he thought woro  necessary. Soon after leaving Oxford  he found that his income could not  stand the strain of politics, so he  turned to the law and entered, the  Inner Temple, London, although during the'years of his reading there ho  found time to work for improvement  in  slum   life.   His  friends  naturally  A woman who can keep house generally enn keep hi-r husband, loo.���������  New York Press  Only the iiiiiriforriii'i.l eiid'irc llie  agony of corns, Thn knowing ones  apply Hulliiway's (.'urn Cure nnd get  relief.  If yon are hml<inn fir trouble  will be likely to hnd it without,  ing lur if.- iVyi'iK-iiHe ./oiiriiiil.  you  ln.ik-  It Is In Domnnd. Su ureal is Ihe  demand fnr Or, Thomas' Electric  Oil Hint n large factory i. !<ei>| con.  tinuiilly busy inal;hu������ and hittling it,  To   be   ill   lIl'llllMnl   nl|ii\l ',   pnpllliir   lip-  preeintinri of thin preparation, which  stand* al the lieiiil ol propnelury  I'oriuifiiuid* IN Ihe leiidinir Oil  in  the  ninrk'l, imd it i- e>ti.*niltv 'i.(milted  ���������hat it In deserving of the lead,  fni career for him ns a barrister, but  nfter he had passed all his exnniinn  tlotis he withdraw his name from the  list of those to he called to tho Hnr  He hml arrived at a final decision n-  to his life work and had chosen the  ministry.  Me xoori received an opportunity tn  out into practice bin plans for the bet  term 'lit of the poor, (or he was given  charge of the large church nt Port sen  nenr   Portsmouth,   where   he   found  plenty of work for a dozen curate* a*  well ii-* liiniiiidt in uncial service, Mer  it d  recognition of  his labors  ciiiiie  eight years airo, when lut wn* npiwiint  <d   lli'shop of Stepney,  a district   in  London including tunny of the ixiorest  .|ii'irici's, where im si young olulent he  had flr������1 become intorestod in the no  rial problem  Fmiii tliis squalid and rocky vine  vncl he was promoted to the nrch-  bishopric 'if York, where lm draw* a  -alary of $.'iO,Ij������i<i a year.  Hope for the Chronic Dyspeptic-  Through lack of consideration of the  body's needs many persons allow dis-  ,������������������,   i, ���������   .,      v   .,  ,    .   ,        orders of the digestive apparatus  to  ���������ooked-^^.hoMh^i^adj4������^  Punished  Jones saw Tomkins .coming towards  him, and he noticed that his countenance  through a very bad time indeed  "I say, old chap," he said -with  alarm, "Whatever is the matter with  your face?"  "Well, replied Tomkins, "I was  walking down the street yesterday,  reading a letter���������foolish thing to do;  of course���������but I was punished for it.  A workman coming Die opposite way  lurched up against me, hit me in the  mouth with a pickaxe, and knocked a  tooth out!"  "Oh! that wns quite a dental operation, wasn't it?" commented Jones,  who must have his little joke.       *     <  "Well, no! He said it was an exe-i-  dent.nl operation!"  "Oh. that's too thin!"  "Not exactly, it was tooth out!"  Mr. R.���������"There, I've let my cigar go  out. Do you know that it spoils a  cigar,������no matter how good it is, if you  allow it to go out "  Mrs. B.���������"Yes, a cigar is a good  deal like a man in that respect."  ShllohsGure  auiekly steps coughs, cures oolds, heal*  m throat and lung*. ��������� "���������*-  as ������������oti.  Sissy Down���������I don't fancy that  young Spriggs. ��������� He is absolutely colorless.  '   Irene Bow���������But they say he knows  how to paint the town red.  The Bright Side  "What do1(you think of the two candidates?" asked one elector of another.  "What do I think of them?" was the  reply. ,  "Well, when I look at them I'm  thankful only one of them can get in."  Among the late Bishop Foss's anecdotes about prayer therfi'was one concerning a, very original Norristown  preacher.  This preacher in the course of a long  prayer one Sunday night, recounted  the many misfortunes and evils that  had befallen him in the course of his  long life, Then, sighing heavily, he  prayed:--  "Thou hast tried me with affliction,  with bereavement, and with sorrow of  many kinds. If thou art obliged to try  me again, Lord; try me with the burden of wealth."  Unexpected Gifts  Mrs. New-house was patiently instructing her maid of all work aa to  the ..proper names of certain articles.  "And Bridget," she said at one time,  "these are ewers���������ewers���������don't call  them jugs any more."  "Sure, an' I won't ma'am," said  Bridget, joyously. "An" is all them  little basins mine, too, ma'am?"���������  Youth's Companion. . .   '  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  "What's that noise?"  "Why, that's something taken from  Wagner."  "Well, Wagner seems1 to be giving it  up mighty hard."  filling'dnys and nights with suffering.  To these a course of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills is recommended as a sure  and speedy way to regain health.  These pills are specially compounded  to combat dyspepsia and tbe many  ills that follow in its train and they  are successful always.  It isn't a man's purse, but his ner.  ���������normlily that count*.- Del-nil l/ive  I'reiii.  Minard's Liniment Cure* Burnt, Etc.  Wl.  l  \*-x  t i,.., ������i...  Rolled up���������her arm* are lu-own;  Hut home again, with work to do,  Sli<- pTiiiiptly rolls th. in down  2 KIDNEYS  Hf,    PILLS   yr'.  i The Granary ol tha World.  We have co long been nceu*tmned to *  ! e������ll    the    northwestern    Stntoi    tho j  ; "griuinry ol the world'' that it come* j  ' as  n   -iirpri-'e  io  lie  told  that  that  title in hwii  to pa--,  to fhe  wheat-          e   < I       ? ���������(���������   .      I,,      c��������� .1,  ������,    tl.n   l  veai Mnivi.-nt n44-.rtl.in ot tunny prominent I  ('Htiiiitmu*, umi u num... .ui.u.i ui.j ���������  proof they have ample rca-oii for *o j  ���������nyltiu Canada hm y.-vnoo.noo ncrei !  upon which when!, mav be urown, or  five times lhe wheat land now eulli������  vate.l iu the United Slate-; lier crop  aiiiiaihi- \>. ..i ...i ....������������������   >,| . .., '. r ,  acre, titr ill advnii-**. ..I our ,iver������������e,  l.'l liu-dii'l!*; our cowing |������.pulnu<>ii  will eventii'illy iMUMiitii.' all thc wheat  we can nii"\ nn;| tt i������ rn.i unlikely  that we idial! bave ty call on Cimajii  (or ������upj*lk**������.  V\\iN>  0|Anr ti 5  w. N. U., Nr������. ItJ.  John  Rariaf'.w oi Tur-bi.to.  John J.  Vlunwnn,   -orM'������   ehnnv  l.i.Hi h.ttuin. I 'I,.- er.' r, ! !' ���������', V���������w  Vork I'olii'e ll.|..'irtiie nt .1 \,--\ .|,ij*  nun, fcaviritf tendered Uie r,���������������������������e.-itiilinn.  |-'Uiiti4.';������n hi* rciii" t. .** ;-. i i. I r..t **  er. Thorn:** ni������i)������.*ari. mil *-tniij'*������fJ  prove H V������tM������h|e ftdt1ftc.11 ���������., t|t��������� J^.  rc,nlojt:>h,Tiv A MhM*������.  e\ Grand V.������w.  From nn ������dr������>������n**r������ier>r ot n rnmlili-  H\ lioime to IM, printiil li, r, HeiifeU  u*mepn*,t*r: -Vtfw tm*e tn������ wlmlow  n* fnr a* Uh* em van rt-a< r������ -  DEATH AFTER A SCRATCH.  Morris Quatzam, an eleven year-  old Windsor boj, fell off his bicycle  and scratched hu wrist. He thought  nothing of the injury, but blood poison set in nnd he is dead,  Such incidents as these���������by no  means infrequent���������ought to make peo-  plo realize the danger that may lio  even in tho smallest flesh wound.  'iitko 11 -.imple illustration. When  n knife, a rusty needle, a splinter of  dirty wood, a barbed wire fence, or  a thorn, scratches the hnnd, the latter is inoculated with genus, of which  the air about us is full, Directly  these norms nro introduced through  the breach Jn the skin, a battle royal  ensues between them and certain  orgnnisnis in our blood.  The way to avoid serious results is  to cleanse the wound nnd apply Bain.  Buk, ftani'Huk is a powerful, yet  painless gettn-klllcr and when applied  to the broken skin is absorbed, into  the tissue, instantly destroying the  'terms that spread disease and in- i  (lain ma (ion. i  As aoon au applied to 11 sore or n'1  cut /.nni'Buk stops the pain iindi  limiting. That is why It is ho popu-i  lar wiih children. !  The Mesh thus soothed nnd purified, j  the wound is tnndo perfectly healthy,  ���������uul all poi on and oaune of festering1  vmoved, Having,done Ibis, Ziun-Bnl>!  then proceeds to henl the wound or'  tore, and ruw health v f issue is built j  up in a quick, painless and perfect 1  manner. 1  Znm.fluk must not. be confused with  inliiiary oiniineiits, Zam-lluk In n  union*1 prcjuiratloii, possi'ssinn nnti-j  septic, soothing and healing minlitio*. >  Unit are not to be found together fn'  any olhcr ptcparntioii. It is not only I  1 unique healing halm, but it is also;  'i skin food, For nil skin iiisea������cs|  and injuries cuts, bruise-*, lniYns, ee-f  ���������.emu, chnliiig, ulcers, ringworiii, etc,, j  il i������ wlihout equal. It, Is iiUo used;  widely for 1'ilh'i-, (or wbjeb if may be!  regnided nn 11 **peellk\ All diuggititH |  'iml 1'tores sell at ftfie, a box, or jmst:  tree from Ziiin.Iluk Co., Toronto, for j  ttrlnr. Hnrmfiil imitation* uboiild be 1  always refiueij, |  A nitith'iimn living iu  the eounfry  onrf kept a dog which showed a ton j  pronounced tendmni>    to   embed   11-4  teeth   into  other   people's  property -i  personal or otherwise   and    therefore  ���������die 11   ui-    '������������������ i,    ... *     ..     .������������������'.-.     ..,���������''  walkinit up the drive one inorning he  had ������ shrowil Inklini? hi* p.t terrier  must have been niUhehitvinit hiriiHelf,!  for nn ordinary occasions he nnd bis i  neighbor were not nn *pe������kirnr term*.,  "I have enlbd to *. e yon ulmut yutir  >lou."  said  the  neighbor    on    being,  ��������� !..������'Ml   ill<������   <!������������������      l''l-il-.I I'."-' * *,   "If     f*|.- '  bitten my triottier*in-lnw severely m  the   h'lf "  "Very ������orry, I'm .ur.-.    r.-p'i.-l tlie  Ing'n owner; "bur  1  really .m t *ee  ������"-.-   I'm  to bJaine   y������.u'.|  l���������tt,r M���������.  me."  ������������������.Sue you*    Wlint ftt   ,-nrdt     i<-,r'-"  ������nid tbe vlnitor, hurriedly.   "I want to'  buy your ������!���������������������.*"  "Whr did tiatdiit-r De Vive turn *n<  pale when he tipiwd lb.* '.'.ail.-I*-" '  "He r**������������liiii'������l hitn ������- ..������,, .>( the.  i.*!ik'������ hif defmmliit*," i  -A little boy, one day at dinner,  gazed at his father's face a long while,  and then said:���������  "Papa, what makes your nose so  dreadful red?"  "The east wind, of course," the  father answered, with gruff hast".  "Pass thnt Jug of beer, and don't talk-  so much."  Then, from the other end of ihe  tnble, the" boy's mother said, sweetly :-  "Yes, .Tommy, pass your father the  enst wind, and be careful not to spill  nny on the table cloth."  Clerk���������"May I have a day's leave  tomorrow, sir? It is my mother-in-  law's funeral."  Employer--"My dear Huber, this  mustn't occur again. Last week your  wife died, and now your mother-in-  law is going to be buried. You must  arrange, things better in your family  nnd see that they happen in the holi-  dnj-s."- .."   ''    ���������'���������'  Why let that headache spoil your day's work or pleasure ?   Take  25c. a Box at your druggist's. .   ' . .,       " ���������  Guaranteed to contain no morphine, opium or other poisonous drugs, by the   30  Nalioi.uJ U14 and Oxmjcal Company of Canada, Limited.       ....       MoatraaL  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  .,-'-'     '-, ' ,       1  We are   everywhere with the   standard goods.  Paper arid Matches are our specialties.    Let ue  know your wants���������we'll do the rest.  TheE._._ddyCo.Ltd  HULL, CANADA  TEE8 A PER83E, LIMITED, .Afjentt, Winnipeg, Cnl������ary, Edmonton,  Regina, Fort William and Port Arthur.  THE MOST HUMAN PICTURE EVER PAINTED  "THE  DOCTOR"  A photogravure reproduction of thii great painting, 22x28 Inchee In eize���������the largeit photogravure ever  printed. PRIOE 25c.   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A 00f������V OP THIS HCTURE IS ON VIEW AT THE  PUBLICATION OPPIOt OP THII PAPttt  AND OAN Bf OBTAINED FROM THE EDITOR POR THE SAME PRICE, 25 CENTS. a������esinsf������^ ^OttammmTamm^  rsErr.-HSBSBBWft.'rs  ~������tc ,":ht jsaj*.*.* : *  ,--..-.,* *-���������.*���������-   .���������.!_,  THE   NEWS,  CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  5V  SEPTEMBER -spells school to children who are anxious to return,  and suggests fall sewing to the  mothers who a,re aware that a  well-planned outfit will carry tho youngsters through the "dear old golden, rule  days" with ease and attractive appearance.  You  will   notice   that   the   simplicity  that should characterize children's  dresses Is evident in these practical  models trom Paris. As for the materials, serge and linen are washable and  good looking, and form good backgrounds lipon which the suggestion of  trimming Is placed.1'Checked and striped  fabrics rival the plain colors, and the  Introduction of washable guimpes and  undersleeves gives promise of freshness.  Blue serge Is shown on the first little  girl. The bodice and skirt are comparatively plain, the entire effect depending  upon the "trans that are stitched on the  skirt In horizontal bands and used to  outline the top of the modified yoke line.  conventional roses In different shades  of blue soutache, with a sprinkling of  hand embroidery done in linen thread.  In the 14-year-old model you will see  striped material used effectively ln combination with coarse linen. The bodice  is made of two widths of material Joined  In the center, for allowance must be  made for the sleeves. Notice the modi-  fled lower line, edg-ed with braid. The  square yoke Is decorated with black velvet and buttons, and the sailor collar  turns back from each side, and gives a  square of white* linen as relief to the  black and white costume. Tucked sheer  linen forms the yoke and undersleeves.  green colors with a touch of old  gold.  With a lace-trimmed blouse  the next model, which suggests  the Russian, Is worn. Bands of  the same material outline the  yoke line, the armholes and th,������  divided peplum. "A hint of the  military is given by the'* ornament of embroidery and" cord at  the front. With this Is worn a  leather belt. In reality, it Is  almost a coat suit, giving  warmth for cool autumn days,  yet the completeness of a dress.  Stripes,   the   latest   cry: from  A DRESS FORM MADE UP  AT HOME  THE girl who makes her own  clothes Ib ever In a state of utter  despair when It comes to getting  them fitted proporly. Now. much has  been written and said about fixing  up dress forms, but not onou-sh.  To begin with, tako your hip and  bust measurements, Thon buy a form, '  which costs about 50 or 60 cente,  This you want more for a foundation  than for its shape In itself; for, candidly, tlieir shape is their own ond no  more like thnt .of a mortal being thun  man Is like the moon. In buying, get  according to hip moasure; and do not  buy one the hip measure of which is  larger than your own, unless tt ls the  smallest size made, getting from oner  half inch to one inch smaller, Alwaya bear In ml ml that you can fill  out easier than you can cut out,  In taking your hip measure, draw  the tape around tho very largest part  of your body, which should be from  ten to twolve Inches below the waist  line, or about where tho placket  would end,  Now hnve a tight-fitted basque lining made; don't mini' how many senilis  It has, and seo thu It Ills you Just no  from your neck down to tho point  above mentioned, .Carry the shoulder  lino out to the very edge of the arm,  and, If possible, have It made over a  new corset nnd fitted over ns fow  clothes a* posaiblo In the way of  underskirts, etc,  After you have your basque fitted  and the seams sewed up with a very  email machine ntltch, proceed to lit lt  over yuur form. Nine ca*o������ out of  ten tt will be a fur lit, but that  doesn't-matter, Uy the time you have  llnlvrwd filling hi you are liable to  find tlmi the neck line of your new  form wilt lie iiliniit two Inches above  thut of tlie fun min linn f.iriu, ntul tlie  nu uie way with the wuUt line, In  adjusting this lining, uso the bust line  nf tlio form its a guide, Muy nhout  two roll* nf padding cotton, which  feet* about t. cents a r������U. Vou may  tint need that much; you mny need  more. Now commence io fill In, riot  In big pieces, hut In Utile bits, so  thut your Iln** will lie smooth, packing In firmly but nnt too llirhtly. Take  particular note of any peculiarities  you mny have, one shoulder higher  than the other, or ono hip, or maybe  nn* *iii������ oi tiw oust iii-..i������ h luuo  more ntleiilli.Ti thi.n the MIiit 11 tn  all n question ������' Judgment. He careful to fill In under the arms, aitom  the liach, both at the ������h������ulder* ani  al the wnlst line, After you have finished and fastened up the front rsew-  lee  I til* u'lfh nn.ntt  HTtlebeo I.v  linnitl  take nieMsiii'i'irii'iitM ul > mir new form  ���������nil compare wllh your own. If you  find II In any way smaller, open up  tlni front and fill In a IHO** more, in  thla case, heller to havo It a quarter  Inch loo large than a quarter Inch  too small.  Neat, have it mounted on a stand,  irwttlnf a carpenter to do the job, un*  lea* you have some one around the  litit,.,, wl,.. L....1.I 0.i ll fur tun. \  ���������land on the order of those u������*d to  tifltd up chewlng-giim enses Is about  v.,...I >..ii Lee.!, t.a^li.*. U.������ . i,������a  pices ut the base ������ trifle nrnallr-r.  )M the ���������land be bla enough that tht  Completed   form   wT'.l   be   yoor   umn  height. A form of this kind you will  Und of 'benefit too great to be expressed in words, not. only for fitting,  but for draping and designing waists.  Now for the girl whose hip measure  runs smaller than 'the smallest form  sold; the writer will tell'what she did  with one for herself, It was nbout an  Inch too large, and when It came\to  fitting skirts, was absolutely no good.  The largest bumps seemed to come on  the side; so with a saw I cut out a  long V-shaped piece, nbout a half Inch  at tho bottom and1 tapering up to  about four Inches, A piece like this  was cut from >?acl) side. As, these  forms are.made of prossed paper, It  wns hard to fix on how to fasten tho  parts together, fo I took three pleoog  of narrow tape; nhout four or five  Inches long, and with pins pulled tho  parts together and pinned the tapes  over, funning the phis toward 'tlio  cut, right Into the form, Now, If you  should bo rnthor tint In the bnok nnd  large at tlio side, tho same method  iiilglit be tried in the back, only bo  careful how you cut, measuring carefully before. Whon you fit your lining, you could fill out any little cavt-  ties that might arise from the rutting,  In fastening tho lining nrnuml tho  bottom, use plus, as the paper Is too  soft to tako tucks, and It would bo  an utter impossibility tu new,  Uso a very good, cloudy woven Iln*  Ing material for your basque,  To those who must cut tlio form to  meet measurements, great care mint  bu tnketi when the form Is being adjusted to the stand thut the severed  parts ure not pulled apart.  Tiny gilt buttomi nro iise-,i, w.i.lu the  soutache effectively sliiiul.iltH button-  holes on cuffs nml bodice, nnd crosses on  the holt to HiigfiMt n buckle, Slightly  full sleeves of figured nwIsh nre gathered Into - cuffs, The giitmpo Ir separate,  Course blue bnnket wonve cheviot Is  the next frock for the gmnller girl. A  broad panel effect Is shown In front;  tho side pieces nre uxtended Into hell*  shaped sleeves, whllo through slots at  tucli ni.!*.* uf the front a scarlet belt Is  run,  This echoim tho color note of tho  trimming, for mitM linen Is- used fur  tho circular bum! nt the top.and ns n  finish fer tbo sloovwi,   On this nre bugn  Braid Is used on the skirt to repent the  Uno of the sleeves. This, by the wny,  Is always an excellent plan for trimming  any dross, ',  Silvor buttons. trim tho dark olivo  green frock of the control figure, A  double line on the front pleat and at tho  front of the deep hum effect gtvo an effective decoration. Hlx of the dull silvor buttons outline the sleeve, The  tucked yoke nnd slcr-vie are of batiste,  and'a hiiml nf Japanese embroidery outlines the teji, showing variation* of the  Purls', nre shown- on the little frock  that dopondN on iho directions of the  linns fnr ornamentation, fnr simplicity  chariic.torliseH tho prnulicnl, copynblo  model, Two bunda of nii'lpus outline  n front panel and HUgguHt a n<|iiui-i>  nock, Thn cuffs of the Uireo-quiii-let'  sleeves am edged with the samo width '  of serge. ���������RmbrOldery forms' the  gulmpo,  'Last nf nil, n it-nrk-eiilored wo <l crepon  with bnnds of embroidery on skirt, and  sleeves and-a mn.llilod round yoke   hi'*!d  In place by buttons and braid. A little  frill-of luco gives a touch ot whlto nt  tho top, The ipilmpe Ih i.f tucked linen,  quite sheer. In this frock the skirt is  pleated mul the wnlst line cuncculed by  Die leather bell llml must bu considered  ii necessity In ii liltlc girl's outfit.  Heir* Im ii variety of pi'iictlunl silgges-  IIiiiim that iiiiilhii'K surely might tn follow anil daughters should be proud to  1-vI Init     Mn  lulii w  lhe  lend,  mul  send  tIn- young girls lo school along an attractive iiinilistlc way,  Long Coats  ANOTAm.K Innovation thii sum*  mor Is the llgnt, |,mtf ���������������.,( for  evening wear chiefly, but seen  fiequmilly In winking mil driving at yli-t*.  The principal material* are foulard,  I'.irigen and uwsali, wllh u sprinkling of  linen and very IlKhtwJlstit icJotlm.  These coats nio cm straight, without  any curve ut the wnlst. Tliey lit tlghl-  Iv nix ut tlio Nh'iulder*, .lowover, md do  nnt glvo .|t, .ill a kliiiuin efftfci, Tbey  ure upri-ow alum the bottom, having no  . i mi       "i.    ii ��������� ( ,  :    - -        -  -  ���������       - ���������_;,-���������������-������>.-.������.     . ..  *. , <    . i4  Into n strap ir a wide band, nr tlie cent  wmi al tlin knwa uou n siiaight  lliuinni added,  Many of then have snuare .ir VnunU  sailor cellars, ������������������*, me nt Mie ������i bins- 'Voi'Kh ���������  to reach the waist line.   Home of them  hav*   v������.*y  *��������� i' ,���������  ������������������> >..���������������*  of lhe in.illie.  Uleoves ore very loose, especially for  evening wear, t'stiallv they mv,* deep  turnback cuffs In n matf-rliil arid co.or  to match the co i*r and levura  ��������� ������������������**..   .-,, ,-n .,._   i  bill   ihe  .Uul H  New Combinations  THK latest In cmr cnmltinatiKiris Is a  Turk red ami * .,itn*r urlrf ��������������� n.*-  sii '-���������omiilned hh :,t Rive the i-ifr- t  ".l tl.w iie.ilo.ri i..ii|.,.\ Iln* ih \fiv  juiian imle.-j, bat In* .--awful noi to trlrn  with ������H*if-f nt ���������!*��������������������� in'tt-a; black Is tl.e  beet, or some neutrel shade.  Tun adfeulltii Ktitlitb luenkfast dp  I* In reality n bond Mr enp,   Wt,  In title country,  know very little  mt   ihn pu-.ty  mi ud-, tii'iniifftiig to  [be well-dri'siu-it englishwoman; I" 'h������  l."*t-dri>ssi.i| l.'ri|ili������b������'oniHri.  lei  n������ "iv.  *"..*   It   l������   W.ll  MI..WX   ill.W   111   nil ������        et  11.1������ Jln.'e ij.*.iiI|i|ii.   .md how  to  'f'tr  tr with tt* must approiirbite selling  Th# breatifsst <������p U l.y no ������*tmw  Me ���������#/>*  n dress affair, but merely r.egnnb'.l by  the Kngllsh���������aa Is the matlnie ,.y Hie  Preneh-fis a thlnsr md i>. u'eu* in publio. Tliey belong In tin* i.nu.l. ir, In  milady's   own   apartment,   winf    "lm  |'.r������ililbls'   Im   br.-eil f ..-���������*.. y     ..   I .  The     ������*'ei|-i|r������-H������i.|     iiu.1     |..im -car  woman  Is  th������  same  t|i������.  w..ni  .vr.  Hllll   |i    In   li*   evl   ������.(,..���������   ,i|    l.i r   ;.        ���������    ll  mr*   t������������*t   she   th.trh*   '..   .   *..    '."  head dlirlnr this leisurely hrciikfrtnt  Her -gown in cataloged ae "night  dress," but Its hen.ity ������.f ninierl.il and  wimelhlng 111 tt* ent and genual in.i u-  fef������l"������ . j .(>������. II t:i >i "III* h.l������rr.| |l*e  \m"rl.'nn Hnj;--H.������. ,!i..*������. n*:.l tlie l-'rnn,*),  ��������������� .i,a> ��������������� ������������������ ,-t'it,,'  A e.ivmm little nvclel for ">e timidoir  cap f* shown In ������ne ,.f the picture, A  ������*).<(riii>|eH>-ti.*    frill    ii-*.������.<"'    II    lw������e.������-iilllg  frame fnr the fare, wlille the Iwick u. a  mere imff nf ttllover and valenclenne*  Inn.  Tin* l.ui-'l In I An.Imi t������ ft m.Mlwl with  a (-.liiin of  line att'1  ribbon at  the b������ft  nii. '��������� in), r,.r.ii>.| i.f .i<ri|������>������ .>��������� .tint!  a l. rnnie.l ������".lli tn������������rt|(in to rn.H.h a  niiil,. niiil,. rmiiid Uie ������������ige.  __&___ The Cniteianf1 .m  issued  Every   TuCsdav   bv   tlie  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Connpany  THE   MW.   CUMB^jjft.AND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Tliis paper will not hob I it*o!f  responsible for the opinions of uih-  ftrs, as may appuur in its column*  trout time to time.  TUESDAY,    Nov. 8 It,     1U10,  coast land distukjt.  ~ o  ���������  District oi Ooaxt, Kune-e 2.  TAKE NOTICE,tha! Edward C  Tnwusend of Vancouver, B C _  I't-ntleman, intends to apply for j>er-  mis&fon to purobase the following  described lands; Connnfiiging at a  \m\, planted about 7 milt*-? north  nud 2 miles east of tlu southeast  corner of CL 3358, ttiei.-ce mun h 80  -chain?, 'hence west 80 chain?,  thence north 80chains, tlience east  80 chains, to post of couiinence-  meut, containing 640Bi'i'es, more or  kss. EDWARD C TOWNSJSND.  Dated July 27th, 1910.   A  COA8T LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, limine 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Frank W,  Ler sou, of Vancouver, DC, broker,  intends lo apply for jior mission to  p-.nciWe the followit u described  lands: Cemmenoing ut a, poet  planted about 7 miles iiurtli and 2  mile* en it of the south-, u������i. corner of  CL 3358. thence norll.. 80 chain*,  thence east 80 chains, thence south  80,ciaiu*j thence west SU chains, to  post of commencement, coniuinin/  <J40,ucres, mon* or less.  FRANK Wi'.EJESOJf.  Mred July 27th,1910  COAST LAND L������]_.TRMT.  ~���������~Di3trict-of-Goa8t-,-Range-2,.������������������  takb notice that George More,  id Vaucouver, B.C, brolor, intei.de  to apply for permission to purclm*-?  tlie followingdeucribed .mid--: Com  tuHweingat a poat planci about 7  miles uo.th and 2 miles wl of the  hi.iutheautcort.er of CL tf!i">8, thence  north 80 ehaini, theuce wen 80  chains, thence south 80 chiiim-.  uence eiial 80 ohain.- *o poi*t of  touiiueneemeut, comais ii>i������ t}40  it run, more or lens. giwuue moke.  Dated July 27ih, 1910,  KOl'KRT LAND DISTRICT  ] list riot of Rnpe.}.  TA'vE nUio iliat UV.n Klean.r J.-a iu-  -*_u .it /aouout i, il C, occupation,m������r-  n U woman, intend* to apply f.ir bt-rmia-  hi-, ii t ��������� purchrwe t he following descibed  !ij!iita:-I_R JenkiflbonV S. K. e-rner,  C.mmarioiug nt a poet phi. ud at tbe  north east coruer of Section 1. Township  *-'!' .0l'.008 *��������������������� >������0 ohains, theuce north  us clinjM, nuim or lea-i t������ Georgia L it o,  th.uco em������t aloi.g the lake adore to Town-  hip line, theiiou south 88 chaius more ������r  l������v* to plaoe of oormoenceujem couiuiuini;  HO twten mor* or l������u. '  LILLA ELEANOR JENKHfSON,  __ ,  , .       __ Wm. Leslie, Ag������ut.  D ted June 28r 1.1910  RUPERT LAN Ll D1S1 RIOT  District of Ruu������rt.  TAKE NOTICE tint LM������ Fl-rcnc*  Jtukiua u, of V������acuuynrii. *A. ot'uupatii*u  Spiuttur, mtendB to apply for im-roil, sion  to purehu������> (be MlowW il������(Wiib*i lund-:  Commencing at a pui t piaute I at tie  north met eorner of section 86, Town-  Blip So, tueuce iwiit'j 80 ohaius, tre���������������������������������  wt>t SO chain , th������i,o- forth SO cbaiu*.  thnio-' eaat80tibsb������ to id-co ot cm-  ateumvoutif, co; taining GiO sor.a more  or le������*, <t>  LILLA FLORENCE JENKINSON,  Wui. Leslie, Agent.  Doted June '21st 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District vt Rupert  TAlUS JfOflCE tb.*t i'addy Clement  Blythv, of Vancouver, B.C. occupation  Logger, iutenoj to apply for pmrmiamion  to purobase tb������ fa lowing de*cru������<i hun's:  Coinutenong tt a poat piuu-ed at tbe  mutbetut o-'������u*r of Seo-  d u 13, township 21, m*������rh***l 1*. C. UJy-  tlu ti K. comer, tamo* n-rth 80 uhai m,  tbtUCe u-St SO cbaii.B,   tlj. DC������   BOillb   80'  oliai b, tbenoe e������������t 80 cbmua to plao> <f  vouiiueno'cuei.t, uonittiui ig 610 acrea  moie or letw  PAUDV CLEMENT BLYTHE  Wm. Lenlie, Agent.  Dated June 30th, 1910.  RUl'ERT LAND blSTRIUT  i'is.iictqf Rupert,  TAKEnot.ee that Wiilium Rubins >i..  ?V*im������*vrr, H. V. occupation Su.eSuau  l.teiMUu. nr)(j|y fur pern.ta.-i -n U nur-  cliiweiliefoli^wiigd.Mjiibv.t lm.d>: 6..m  lu.u^niji at ������t n p ���������t pliuma -*t tbe S. K.  ���������MTmerot See in. -.i, 'f .wu^hip 21. murk-  ,JmOI"u,"u' s- e- CO'llsr, theuc  n r.li tSOcbaiu-, tbonce wtst SOchui.a,  ihei.se *,outu 8o e*.i!iiu-. tl.ence e>ut su  ckuma iv plmsv ot uoiumBnceuieut, cout������in  ing 640 aorea, m te ur lem.  , -^-~~A\:iLLIAiNL,KOBlN_ON���������_  ,. .  . ,       ��������� VVui. Lesio, Aueut.  DutedJu*eJ)oth, I9i0.  RUPERT LAND DISCKlCr  Diatriot ot Rup rt.  TAKE NOTIOK that Ru h KeziaOlirk  if V������ couver, B. 0., oioupntiou unirrl'd  wi rann, in lends to apply t ji |>wtri*.Hiuu  t.i puruhaee tbe following d.������cii ,vi lundn:  C'Uimoucinng at a p st pint ed 4 the  HwUtri oust o.irner of S������oti"<i I, T.iwuship  Klt ihfnoo north SOchftim, ib.noa w.mt  HO eliaine. tbenoe south 80 uhiiu., thtuoti  ��������� ti't 80 elii'itm to pUoe of u .mtuun^uitnt,  o .nUiniiu 610 acros, more or I nt  RUTH KUIA CLARK,  Wm. Lijilii, Age;*!.  D,ited Jnue2lBt, 1910.  RUPERT LAND D1.11UICC  DUtriot of Rupert,  TAKE NOTIOE tu.t Unix* N.xman  "'���������.ruley, of Vanoouver, B,0. oc.opat'ion  b it>������-koeper, Inteuds to apply for pnrnii.-  ei n to puroluso tbo follow.m dt^rlbe-J  In de:���������Cntntneneing ������t a fH plmiteU in  iiionouh we.t oorner of H * lm 18,1'ovri  ������liip B, poat tnarkod ft, N Wor.lev'H S,  AV, ooruer, theuoe eatt 80 uliama, Urn i������  i-unli 80 oh������in������, iheuoe wt>������t 8U ouniriH,  t-'iui-oo Houth SOobnlnu tn pn of i^.n-  i yn*.*n_unt, goiitainlng (Uu n rvH, mor*  ��������� r lean,  (JKORQE NORMAN VVORSLEY,  Win. balm, AaumX,  D.t'.'d June SO, b. 1010.  itui'Kitr lanu dim mur  Uletriottf Rupert,  TAKB NOTICK tlmt W.epl.on Se.tb,  nf Vauouuvor, li, 0,, ucoup.iiM, book-  k' t������r, lu:������nil������ to apply fur p.imMin. to  I iiroliHHo the followtou <itt* ib d 'ad:���������  l* .-iniul), N. W. oroner, I'm un uviii-. nt  i pott pi intuit on Towuahip Inn ut t.ni'u  < tpirtnf (JHorgir) Luke, llu* v unuth  J^ntniriH, in im .>r I.m tj ill    (junrt'-i  I ������t tw wom Action 81 .���������'���������l-id, Tow.i-  ii p OnidVO,   thonuo o et  40 iiluiDM,  II i.e.) imrtb U10 olmira, tli lino wwtt 40  ..li i.������, tlitiice eoiith i.o|i.ii������ <i; lao vf  txmmeu'Miiuout, cotitmiii-u 'll1' .win,  too tor leu.      urEHU'N  C .I'll,  Win L .nc, AMiiut,  D.Ud Juno SSrU, 191V  ftUPBUTLAMODIKTK'irr  Di4iioiof Kn^rt.  l^tKlv ctx>*it r. tuni tf.'iu i.i*. un., it',  (.*.-..iiv.,r, H (' , ..('(-nji. |.- ,  iitlur, t...  ��������� ���������,)* to ������i>ply tor pHimin.i ju t.. pnthimr  ���������lu* lollowintf d earthed In tmi-C lututii  t .,*<  at ��������� po.. p;ant������4 *t lne ���������i  li  im*i  * r i-r et ,ki������o iuu 31, Towi.iiiip xo, UirxiU'  r..itli 80 ohelm, Uionoa Wijit d0 nlml..*,  i ��������� ������ t.ii->h HilnhHin*, Imnw r.Mt Wl  Un itia ti phco oi ooniuiuit>.ii'iii.ui, vm-  t ii ini 640 auree, innr������ or i .-.  JOHN r.R KINK,  Will     im-   .|  ,   A.Dili.  ]>..ttwd June 21.1, 19.0.  RUPERT LAND DIsTKEOr  l>."tria������ of Rupert,  TAKE NOTICB tuatl. E wim! Thon  lev,   t Vauciiuv-, B.C., ovoupn.nm, Truv.-,  o ler. biU'iid* to apply fnr pertn'ssi .n t.  .tl ohi������������ tin* followingdo'crilwt   liuils:  0 iam> nviug  at a pu*t plii.tcd  ru  ili  iortb eui������ co nor nt St otion   12. T>������w.li>i  '21, theuce umt 80 chants tbeuce a.<u li  40 chain*, th.-i.ee W'������t 45 uhni'H iiiceo.  im������ to  tlwrtjia  Luke,  tbe <w wcttrly  along uorth ntioro of luke % ubuiti , uhti-  or Ub< t>' where action line hew en   Sec.  J -2 and  Iij i terH'CtN In. e, thi'in^ en*t u'n  cmii'iH ictirH ,ir Imi, to pluec of cominfi...*"  ment iiiHtirib'd ou poit 80 cluit.fl tn S. E.  onrner, li Tliornl.-y, cout.ini g till) acrea,  more orloe������.   EDWARD TUORrtLEY,  Wn). Le lie, Agent.  Daied June ������8ih. 1910.  lll-tittr LAND DlbTKICT  Dwtriot nf Rupert,  TAKE NOTICE thai I, buuiiel Bow-  deu, ot Vawwuvir, li, Q��������� -.iceupntlou mi  hig oiiaiaeer, into.d* in apply forpirm'.  eiou to pu.eueii* the  following de>crbed  laudts-i-Oouitneiiei'ig at a putpUutid at  ib������ aouth ������<wt oorner o' Miutiou i, Town-  uhip 'il, th.no* uoi'-li 80 c|j Jn������,  ibdnve  .mi 80 uhnJui, tbenoe   aouth 80 vlui..H  tbei.ee weit 8U cliiilnrt, to place of eoiniu>  ei.ceuKut, ooutainiuL' 640 .ow. wo e cr  lea.. 8A-UKJ, RUWDEN.  VVui; L*������lie, A-,ent,  DuM Jutvo Slat, 1010  RUPKBT LAND OIMTH1UT  DUtrlet of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE tb.t Rniiiee Aihby, .f  Vanoouvrr.  tt. V��������� ovoup*>tl������iii,  morrloi  worn m, intend* to appi* for peimrwiu  to punwn-4) tti-. folio* iug Ji������onLw*J liiuiU:  (,'jmtmOi ciuu at a pout  flouted   et  tbi  aoith mult ���������oiKar of Beell m 3m, T������wu-  ^ilpiil   theuoe m rt i 80 duLit, them,  wtat HO vbaiu*, ibauue e������uth 80 ohuiua,  tb(������l;ce ea.| 80 (ekaiwr, t* plao* of o-miiii-  m.i*4ai������iit, o������n I nix big 040 'cro������, inure or  1������m. H.VIIIKEAMIDV,  Win, Le������li������, Agent,  Dated June aint, JKIl).  Coofc1! Cotton Root Conpoood  &i front Utorh># ToiiJ������, uiul  t mn eirvvtuA) Monthly  lUrtUawr on wlaib women onn  but ma  - or wtt  tt  ftniiirui-  RUPKRT LAND Dirtt'RICl'  Dietriut of Rupvit.  TAKK NOI KM that A tu VAmntut Je...  atiievm, of VtnffHver, It. L'., u.up.Uun,  almtioftraohrr, intanil* t������ .pply f ������ wituou  ������i.nta wire 'tm* the foi "ing m.r'*.i  i.ne>:���������CJota.enoiilg ai a p *i p ,i. ���������������! <.i  Um ������������������rib wee* twrnnr of .*��������� ii"������ -,A, I ������w ���������  ablp 90, ImOna* wain 80 in. .in-, ���������������-. i������c  ���������������<t kWobwni, tli������"������" M..ilh rtii'lmhe,  U.4U04 w������>t tb, nun* i pi iw ii* i*ini-  ni���������ttoenMi.t. ".������t ���������  .'��������� Cio -vn',  on r  ADA KLKAVOU  lKNail.n������ <H.  *IM ten... . a*"!1  Dut4wu nil . fJto.  Mas'  ef������-4 en. i-ooeTpt o  Pit Ortnt Knu-tnl fUrnnlu.  inncm and I nvliwru imtittiUlttt,'  "���������' ""!���������������!.  Ittakee   rni.   _ .eiea, Vnern AW-  om" Intuitu, tnmitu uni* tnnnt timet, .*..  IKiiuHHiy, HnennlirHilin-***, KniUnioti*, tit-  Land act.  Porm  No. ll.  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  Diitriet of Kuuge 8.  TAKEnotide tbat  WilUam  Leek,   Qf  Vaucouver, occupation Engineer, intends  to apply for periniaBiou to purohaae tbe  following descrilxed land :���������  Couiiueuoing ut a poat planted  on the  beaub snout; one and a half milea -South  Kmt from the 8outb Eaat i-oru������r of V. L.  S.'iM. thenee North   etgt.ty  (80)  chiius,  tbenee Eiat nighty (801 thiiua,   tbenoo  tioutb (80) chaiun,   thence   Wet    (80)  ihnina, lo point of oon.meuotiueir, eon-  taiuiug six huudred aud fort/ a*>ieri, more  or Una.  WILLIAM LEEK  Name of App.io.iut  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACr.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Co������et DiBtriot,  District ot R������ege 2.  TAKS notice that Verna Leek of Vanoouver, occupaticm Spinster, intends to  apply for permisai .n to purchase tbe fob  lowing described landa; ���������  Comni������ncing at a post planted at tbe  North WeBt eornor of No. 1, tbenoe Wet  eighty (80) clnins more or les to C. L.  3358, tbeuce Nc.rtb eighty (8.7) chaiua a-  loug C, L. a35S, the-co Eaat e gb y (80j  chnins, theaee South eighty (60) chaius,  t������ tbe point of couiiH'ji.cenn? t, cjntaia-  iugsix hundred nn.l forty (GiO) uciej  more or lesa.  VEUNA LEKK  ., Name of Applioant.  Dated June 4th,1910.  i.ANDACr.  F.irmNo. 9.  Form of Notiee.  Const District,  District of Range 2.  TAKE notice that EUuor Leek of Van-  ciniv.r, tccupa-iou Married woman, iq.  tends t������apply for p-rnii.-i>iou to purchase  thu following described lauda:���������  "C'ominenci g at a p.nt planted   at the  J_i^_____a_______er_o___S_^  eighty (b0) chain*., thence East (80) ihnini-  thonoo South eighty (B.������) ubiiua, tbenot  Wost (80) chain.*, to point of oomuiencti-  uiuut, contuiuin^ six huud.ed nud foi ty  acres, more or less.  KLANOl. LEBK  Ntuut! of Applioaut.  Dated June 4tb, 1910.  LAND  Fori. Ni  ACT.  Fnriuut Nn-.we.  Covt Diai iot lUngn'2.  TAKK NOTICK tht Kn.uoriue Brown,  ������������������.ciipntinn   widow,   intends  to apply for  pruiii'inu tn purchase thf f li*-miii*_  du-  iicrided  lamin:   C uimenciiig at a pn8t  plantod nt tlio north at crn-r of No ~  (huiug two milse uorth of tne aoutliweKt  coruer of No Utbe.iO'i north eighty [80;  chains,   tliencj wet  tigbty {HO)ishtiius,  tbeuce south eighty (80) chains,  ilieuei  eau eighty |8l>]oh.iur, t������ the   point it  comwrnue.i.imt, oniittiiuiug *ix biiudretl  _id forty [f<4U) nurse, iuh.o ������r less,  K.VTUK.U1NBUU0WN,  Nujuo of uppliunut  Dnted June i, 1010,       " ' LA NlJliO IV  Form No. 9,  borm oi Notice,  Coset Diatrict.,  Distriot i f Ustigu No  TAKK NOiICK tbat Auuie Bremner, of  11 istoo, occupation epl..at r, inteuds to apply for peimiraioii to puichliHu iholollow  iog deaadbeil Iniul-: Conimetiuiux at a poat  pianiei at thu nortln ost coruer uf .Vo,  i  [hting two tniba north of tho aoutuweai  csruvr of No. I) thonuo iortb slurry (80)  gliaLua, tlnuoe vtin tighty (80) chniu������,  the-iLtf snUth </l������bty (80]   tuaitii, thfiioo  we t or*,hty(80) ���������hnlns io point of omn  mei.ni'initut, eouUlniug six hnndr-ad aud  listi, (IHO) uoios, more or lu.a.  ANN IK liRKMNHK,  Ni'tue of Applicnut.  biUdJune4, 1910.  S I II      I    I    I   I    I llll    pkjnpkjr. da __H^i_To>'j_^5r_X'#������" 'i'tam  ii-ll'iVARD lifs'l'Uii';'  TAKR NOVK'K Hint sixtvdayi afl.r  Iste, L Cbnrb������ If. I't range ������f Wash,  ���������own. Uifinx hla������irl, "iwiinll oner, in end  .'��������� apidy f.ir pcrmlmi.iu t" hmse the foil' *r  1'igln orihe.l fiirwrhorei-CoivmsuslHKiit  .i pott plneed tt the l>igh water mail,,  u*HiHt flyn i'IihIu* omth.rly from the H  V, e-titet ot *be frsetloosl t*\, W. o,eart-  raiHii n-M, liurtti lelaml, thenoe rue-  .iug b. n *, utliaily d.r������*. Liu f"ll..wlng the  '���������>.*, dat of theeluir*Hue ti apmnt tru  e u.ua annUierly ff"������ lh*������������*l������1 n, W m*r.  i-r t.������.-friinlninsl H. VV ejutrtrr a***.  r nn *i rorrew Ulernl, nnd ���������rnbr.i'i.'g sll  ������hi������ f<*miliw������ therein ��������������������������������������������������� to nm water  mt*.  im *d M  rth, m*.  QtlAa   H. 8THANUK.  UND ACT*  Form No. 9.  Cnntt I)i������triit.  District ol K tn|je 3.  TAKE NOTICE 1I1.11 Kdwin V Iticm-  uer, nt Vnncourer, ociupntign brnkvr, intend-* to apply for pttrnm.inn to purchuse  the following dnicriped Uudi, (Join-  ,...v'-!r.,������ -<������ 1 ivWr n^in'cl nr tho north.  !��������� .������st rnrner of Nn 4 (t������e(n\; three tullei  north of the iouib*i������t corner of No 1)  thence moth eighty 80 chain*, thence  *tn ei������lny, 80, chttut, ihsnce eouth  ci. Iny, Sn, < hams, ihence east eighty 80  \ tintvtk \*t  y^i-i**- ���������-������    >  ���������-������������������'  *  - "���������       .'���������-.������  tttiniug ������ix hundred md forty [640) Acres  more or le**.  KDWIN I' IIKKMNKK,  Name of Appln.a������t.  Dated June 4,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No 9,  Form of Noiire.  CtMit Di'trici,  Dhwrier nl Range t.  TAK? NOTICE that  Helen .Shaft*  iion.aflfarMMt, occupation nirried <������n-  t*xi*n, imcniH t������ inply for penni'imn to  puKh^ee the following deM-������il������el ami  nbrtlie.ist comer of Na 6, being four  miles north ofthe southwest corner of  No 1, thence north 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains, tbenee south 80 chains  tbenee east 80 chains to the point of  commencement, containing (>4<- acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND ACT.  F onn No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District of Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  at a post planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (being three miles north of the  southwest corner of No I) thence north  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 ehains,  to the point of commencement, containing six hundred and  forty,  640, acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, 191c.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coaet District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Barton Holland, of Vancouver; oooupation, ao-  cMiotaut, intends to apply for per-  mirsioa eo purchase tbe following described laoda: Commencing at a poet  planted at the north eaat eorner of No  12, being four milea nortb aod twe  mile a weet of the sontb west eorner ol  No. 1, thence north 80 obaios, tbenee  *<st 80 ebaios,tbeuoe south 80 chain*  thenoe east 80 obaius, to tbe point of  c cumeooement, oontaltiog WO acres,  more or less.  BURTON HOLLAED,  Name of Applicant.  Dated Jooe 7������b, MO.  LAND ACT-  Form No. 9.  Kor.n of notice.  Coast District Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William H.  Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the north east corner of No. 6, beini,'  lour miles north ofthe south west corner  ofN". 1; thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 cbains, ihence south So chains,  thence west So chains, to the point of  comaiencement, containing six hnndred  .i������d forty aens, more or less.  WILLIAM  H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  FpjB2jy___i)_____,  Coast District  s , District of Range J.  TAKE NOTICE that George Whalen,'of Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intend" to apply for permission to purchase thc follcwing described lands  Commencing at a post planted about om  mile west from the nortb nest corner ol  No 2, being itva miles north and two  miles we<t of the south west corner of No  1;,tlience north So cuains, thonce east 80  chains, ihence south So chains, more or  le'a toC. L. 3358, thence west, 80 chains  along said licence to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more ������.r less.  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 41b, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Furm No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District Ksinifc 2.  TAKE NOTICE tli.tt Robert ll. Ellis  of Vancouver, occupation,brukur, inicti-Is  to apply for permission 10 purchase the  following described lauds: Co'iimeiiciiig  at n pest planted at tho south west corner of No, 10, being two miles north and  two miles west of the souch west coiner  of No, 1, thence north 80 chains tlience  west 80 chains, (bence *outb 8������ chains,  more or less, thence east 80 chains, to  point of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or less.  RonKkT II. EI.US,  Name of Applicant,  listed Juue 4th, 1V1I),  LAND ACT.  Form N'.n, 9,  Form of Notice,  Cn.ni Dittrict Range  .  TAKE NOTICE that John <J. Arm  MrotiK, of Vancouver, occupation, clerk,  intends lo apply for permiidon to pur*  clia*o  the following deicrtbed l.nid������{���������  Commenting   at n post planted ul the  nortb east corner of No. 11, being; three  mile* north nnd two mile* weit of tbe  soutli west corner of No, l; thenee north  80 cliuifis, thence west 80 chain*, Unmet  theuce nouth 801 Inn in, thence ea������t 80  chain*, lu ihe poiut of coinineoceiiieut,  containing 640 acren, more or lei*.  JOHN ll, ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applicant.  !).,:<..! Ju.ic 4ll\ iv  LAND AOT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notioe.  Ooast Distriot, Range 3  TAKE NOTICK tnat Alex F Bremner, oi Boston, occupation engineer,  intends to apply for permiseion to pur-  chasH the followin), desoribed lands:���������  Commenoing at a pi st plauted at tbe  noitbesst corner ol No 12, being four  miles nortb aod two milee weet of the  ecnthwrstcoifoer of No I, thenoe nortb  80 eiiains, thence east 80 obi.ins,  - benee south 80 ohains, thenee weet  80 ebitine, to the point of coinmeoct-  uifcUt, eontaii ing 640 acroa, oore or  im. ALEX F. BREMNER.  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 7,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form ol Notice,  Ooast Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that John Morav-  ic, of Vancouver, occupation constructor, intends   to apply for permission  to purchase  tbe   following   di scribed  l������nde:-Commeaciog at a pott pUnt������d  at the northeast comer ol No 14, hting   five  miles uortb and two rri t������  west of the eon tb west coruer of No 1,  tieuce north 80 cheine,  thenoe   west  80 chair h   thence   Bouth   80 chains,  tbenoe t>ae.t 80 ohains, to th������ point o!  oi mmeneement, cnutaininv 640 acrts,  more or less.      JOHN MORAVIC,  __^_ Name of Applicant.  Dated Jaoe 6,T9rfr~~~       'rr~~~~  LAND ACT.  Form No 9.  Form of Notioe,  Ooast Distriot, Ranga 2.  TAKB NOTICE that Joseph Mor-  ��������� vie, of Vanoouver, occupation engio-  er, intends to apply fix prrn i^ston to  urcbuse the lollowing described laircic:  '.lormneocing at a post planted at thr  ujrtbtast onrner id No 14, bt-ing tin-  mi lea north and two miles west of th*  a uthwent eorner of N  I, tin nee north  80  champ,   thenoe  east  80  cbains,  f rnett south 80 ctiwii f, I hi nee weet 80  chains,to the point  ol  eiimmenef  meut eontHiniovt 1140  nttten, niotts or  less.. JOSEPH MORAVIU,  Natie uf Applicant.  Dnted Jure 6 1910  LAND AUT.  Form No 9  Yitin of Notice  Const Dirtriet, Range 2.  TAKE NO PIC IS tbat WHliair.  Haiuet, of Vancouver, oooupation fore  nan, inteim* to apply Ioi pm..i������nioi  t'. purohase the lollowitiR desci������ib������d  lunds,���������Comtwrneing at a poitpUntfit  at tbe oortht'i.st coroer of No 18, be-  its six mih������ north and two miles  west ol tbe loutbv/inl eorner ol No 1,  thenoe north 8') ohains, thenee west  80 thtioi, thenoe south 80 cliHius,  theuoe east 80ohains, to ihe |"'ir>( (>���������  commenoiimeut,eontairiiuv 010 acres,  more or less. WILLIaM HaINE.S,  Name ol Applioant.  Dated June G 1910  LAND AH'  yarn No 9.  Furm of Notice,  Coast Diatriot, Range S.  TAKE NOl'ICE that G.orite 0,  Pratt, el Vancouver, r.eiupatlon ae>  ouunianl, In lentil to apply lor per'  in its, in to purobnee tlio li'lluwlog de-  svriUd land*!���������Oommniri gat a poat  plant)d al the uotihe������*i oorner nl No.  10, being ������l< ml lee uonli and two  LAND AOT.  FortoNo.9,  Form of Notiee.,  Coast Distriot, Range 2  TAKE NOTICE tbat John M.  Stewart, 0! Vancouver, occupation ear  pen ter. intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following desoribed lands;���������Commencing at a pi.st  planted at tbe nortbwtst corner of No  11, being three miles north and three  in iit s west of the southwest oorner of  No 1, ihence north 80 obains, thence  weet 80 chairs, tbenoe south 80 cbains  thence east 80 obains. to the point of  eommf-ncemeot, enntaining;640 aoree,  more or Uss. JOHN M.8TEWART,  Name ot Applioant.  Dated Jnne 6,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Alexander MoPhee  of Vanoouver, ocoupatiou, carpenter, intends to apply for permission tu purchase  the following described lauds;���������Commencing at at a post planted at tbe uorth wtst  corner of No. 12, being four miles nortli  aud three milea west of the south west eorner of No.l, thence nortb 80 ohains,thtnee  west 80 chains, thence south 80 ohaius,  tbenee east 80 chaius, to tbe point of commencement, containing 940 acres more or  less. ALEXANDER MoPHEK,  Name of Amdicaut.  Cited June titii, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2,  Ceait District. Range S.  TAKE NOTICE that Naomi MoPhee,  of Vaucouver, occupatioa, mairied wom.-n  iuteuds to apply for permission to purchase tbe foliowiug ikacribed lands: Com  mencing at a post plunted at the north  west corner of N������. 14, being five miles  noi th aud three miles west. f the south  westooiuor of No. 1; thence north 8U  chain-., theuce west 80 etiaius, theuco  south St) chaine, tbenee east 80 cliaiue, tj  the poiut of commencement, contui. i.j_  MO oaten, more or lee .  NAOMI McPHEE,  Name of Applicant.  Dnted J nne 61b, 1910.  LANU ACT.  Foi-ui No. 9.  Const Distriot, Ranjge 2.  TAKE NOTIOK thnt Lewis J. Bull, of  Vancouver, ncounation, foreman, iutm.ds  to apply tor permuaio.. to purcbaso  thu  tn|U>������iug deaoribed  Isnds'. i:i.mmunoiii(r  at a post planted st tlie norih wot coi lie r  of No. 16 beiug tix milts uorth and ti.ret<  miles west uf the s<.iuh wtat corner of No  J, thenco norih 80 obsin*, thei.ee we-t  80  cliains, thence smith  80 chains,  theiieu  oust 80 cb.diis, to the pniut nf comma te-  meut, ui-ntuiiiii.gG-jO scros, mine ������.r less,  LEiMSJ.UULL,  Nunie of Applicant,  Dateil June Oth, 1910.  LANUAOr.  Form No, 9.  Form if Notice,  Const Diatriot, Range 2.  TAKK NOl'IoK thst Al������xandtir J. 8tow  urt, uf Vancouver, oi$ciiputio.i, o^rpenhr,  inieiula to npply for poruiWon to iur-  cliU'O the foliowiug described himlHi���������  t'onitimut'ing at u pn������t plumed in t .0  shore about 2i mihs in n south ms.  terly direutiou from Uh aouth west oorner of No. ], thnnco Iinrtli 80 chains,  theuce out 80 chdiiH, thenoe unuth 80  el>'.ina, thenco xxunt NO ohnine, tu point  uf ooiumenceiuoiit, cmiUiuiug 040 uuiee,  mure or lues,  ALKXANUKR J. STEWART,  Name uf Applicant.  Dato June 0th, 1010.  LAND ACT.  F..rm Nn. 0. Form of Notice.  Const Distriot, Range <L  TAKK NOTICE that Kliiulntli J410  Hiaiih, uf Vaiiunliver, occupation, man led  womnn, lutonda .to apply for pirfli'sunui  to puruliase the fi-llowl^ ilo������ciib.-il Ismis;  Cuiuiueueiiig nt n past plunted nt the  ���������until cud corner of Nn, I, |heuo������i 0.11th  iv,   uviiik   aia   wim    uii, 111   nuu iwu   _. _l_i���������. _,.,.      _, ,  roilfi wtti ol ibelouib weet cornf r ol W oh'1"��������� Tn or)tw ,0 >U"r������ "��������������� *'  No 1, tbfiica t.iittb 80 ohaini. tl.ence  fsit 80 cnains ibenuvioutnSOoiiilon,  1 hence west 80 ohaius, to tb" point 01  0. mmeneemeat, oo< t������iniog M0aores,  more or less, UKORUK O, PRATT,  N������aie ul Applioaut,  Dated June 0, 1910  LAND ACT,  Form Vo, 9,  Form of Notice,  Ci*'f>i  TVictnrt H mv.n 1  TAKK NOTICK It at (intrude Il.|.  Und, nl Vanenuur, i'ccnp*ii.������n, n ai*>  ried wcnisn, Intends to apply tor per  mlr-doe to paroha<# the f 'Mowing described Isndpt Cnmnieneiag nt a nrtt  j ntsnied at t he north e������st eorner ol No  fl,  lalnv thrMmll'-s nnrth and   la.  m||������s west ol ihe H W crrerr rl Nt  I, then*>������ north 80 chains, \Set\e* e**t  80 rh*i"������   rliviicee'.ntli   HO ehiiue.  ibrerr west 8>l ehsms, to tb- P"iut nf  ^B"w������*n*eeras.u������, tonri im; (MOaet'e,  n< te er l> ���������*���������  OKRrRUDKH<H I.^ND  K������ea������������f Alplicsaf.  IHlee) Jne* 4 ���������; 1910.  SUBPORIHK FOU THK NKWK  Cnrifncncog at a pm planted aithe o^^y OMs, lKILUR A YKAB.  LAND ACT.  Form No 9.  .   '...Vi'-limitili       . mm. ,.    m^.* ft  '���������  Form os Notiee,  Oosat Dlnfriit, ttart* J  TAKK NOTJCR thai Data ������*W  ���������on, of V������recii������rr,oeeo|aiion btiielin  intends  to epplv for permleslon  Ir  1 orfhsi"   the    |n))o������irig    deseitt.ee  end-.v���������Cnemenoiniala pnet planted  ri-isr ihi' reach at the son 1 weat corner  itl Ni������ 11, Iwdrie two imilei north  and  ���������dure miles ������r*et nf the enuthvreit oor*  nil of tin I.Heoee north 80 ehalne,  thenre wm oVieheis, tbenee eoutl.  80ehsin������, moiBi'T [���������** to short Urt  thenee    rest    80   chslns     alaey  chure llm' re point of comi������������'r>r������er**.-������r)*,  roiteiiiiiik N'' nitre, ���������muta ������r leee,  D.iVK CEBMUiiON,  Name ol Applieaot,  |������.t^ Joni A 1910  *****mmtmmm*m*mm***mm*mmmm*m*wmmmmm**,mmm.  \\r YOir \K\HT  GOOD PRINTIUG  OIVU 18 A TUIAI.  ou esat SU ohaius along 1 ortlnru bnnmlify  of Ne, 1.9, tlienor nnrtn 80 olistna, thenoa  weal V0 ohains, to jmlnt of ooinmeucetiis.'t,  onutaiutvg bh) sore*, timre or leas,  KLIZAHKTJIJANK SMITH,  N,<mo nf Applicaut,  Dste Juno (lib, 1UI0.  LAND ACT.  Furm Na. 0. Foim nf Notice.  Uvattl Distriot, Range tf,  TAKK NOTICK that David thwttb  Mllur, of Vaeerruvor, ���������woapatioti, vatptn*  ter, luttinda to apply fur perinlstinn to pur-  uhise the folhiwing dssurihed l.rj.lm ���������l'������n������  meieing at a po>t pleuted at the Ninth  eaat obrntr nf No. I iheuee north 80 chains  thenoe ������-ast 80 eUlm, thence south 80  chslns thence west 80 ohains, tn point of  cmnnienoemeut, eontaiuing 010 euns n.ore  er I'M.  DAVm DAH'VON Mmm  Name el Applicant.  fJat-d Juno Oth, Uflff.  FOR HMVt- A Ave roouml  honiM'ftii lm|f Int. For further jmr-  ticnlar* aj>j������J/ nt thi* office  FOU 8A!sK.-8i.iMi Vmufrr  Tvftcwi'fttfi In |f.i������r! nt'fh'r, C"rtt  $ih\W will wil fnr $r*U.0O, ,Vj������.  |������ly nt thi* VmXkv. %wX  m^iA'^zj&i  .X^.T^^^S^^a^^������^'% ������wpi_>jsTiH iT"  "i** .1*1. .S-Ai l"1���������_5���������  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ,5  r  LAND ACT.  ora^o. 9. Form of Notice.  ,  Coast District,  Range 2.  ������ TAKE NOTICE that William F. Smith,  of Vancouver, occupation, carpenter, iu-  tends to apply for permission to purchase  the followii.g described lands:���������Comtnenc-  *3,'l ing at a post plauted at the north east cor.  ���������A ner of No. 1, thence north 80 chains, thence  - , east 80 cliains, theuoe south 80 chaina,  M thence west 80 ehains, to point of comui-  |l enoeuent, containing 640 acres, more or  : leas. WILLIAM V. SMITH,-  Name of Applioant.  [Dated June 9ih��������� 1910.  beer   mimm  LAND ACT.  j Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Ooast District,   Range 2.  .    TAKE NOTIOE that Margaret MoKiv-  nr, of Vancouver, occupation, married wo-  Jitou, intends to apply for permission to pur  f_oba*e the following desoribed lands:���������Commencing at a post planted at the north east  'corner of No. 3, being two miles north and  jj;one  mile east of the smith weat corner   of  ,,iN'n. 1, thence north 80 chains, thenoe east  _S0 ohains, thenoe south 80 chain*,   thenoe  iveatSO chains, to the  point uf commc.noe-  meat, contninug 010 rates, more or less.  A.AUUAUKT'McKIVOR,''  Njime of Applicant.  Dated,June 9ih, 1910.     ��������� ���������  The drink of" strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY BEEI  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UM0N BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  LANU ACT.  S?(Form No. 9, Form of Notioe.  Cosst Disti let, Kango 2.  TIKE NOTICE that Annie Higham, of  If Vaucouver, occiipttiou, married w������man. in  !. \Bi*fct to apply tor permission to purohase  w the following described lanils:���������Commonc-  -,'Ht.g at * post planted ut the north east cor-  | ner of Nu. 5, being three miles north and  A oue mile east of the suuth' west corner of  'j'Nu. 1, tbenoe 80 chains north, theuce 80  _! ohiiiua east, tlience 80 cbains sontb, theuce  |-S0 eliaius west, to the point of commence-  ;| meut, oontatuiug 640 acres, more or less.  I' ANNIE HIGHAM,  !i< . Name of Applicant.  K Dated Jun^Oth. 1910.   ..;-.-���������'  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -     FOR   SAXE  BY      -     .  Walworth-Rolston Co.   Ltd  Vancouver, B������ C.  1020 Westminster Ave.,  ���������6  LAND AOT.  Form of Notice,,  n     Coast District-, Rau^e 2.  ���������'iF������[nn No. 9.  If)  fl  0  ���������A  W,  a  CO  S a *5  'Ada  < a *,  ���������j tt, ���������  Cn 63 "m  tn'  er  _o g  r  '- '.-TAKE NOTIOE'thnt Maggie Armstrong  $.61 Vancouver, ocenpatiou, married woman  i dnteuilM to apply for peruiisssou to purchase  ij-theifiill-iiiuu doscrtbsd luuds:���������Commeiic-  | kii_ ut a post planted a' the. north eust oor.  \*utr uf,No. 7, being fmir miles north and  ono mile e'n-C of the suuth west corner of  | No. 51, thence north 80 chains, theiico east  * SOxhiiiim, thence south 80 cli.ins, theuce  Kvest.'SO chnins, to the point uf commence-  [ meut, containing 610 acres, mine or less,  ( MAUG1E ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applioant.  ilDited June 9th, 1910.  ,0  6_j 0  ���������So.ST  o . a  *  o w  "3 ������ ������  ���������v  is  c  II  ^ ���������:'<  H v ^  Hi J m  D  ee'-S  K ���������*��������� 5  ���������* I __  j_ ���������*���������'__  -"m-H 5-  c, k a  H-Woo  o  m  Mr, ���������  ���������x a  rt  mm,  o  ������  a  e  ���������o  a ,  mt  S-?  8.  IS  a  2  .2  _,  p ���������  T     r.  5 '"������  s 'c  I  ?  tt _?  SX -2  *      ���������  at'*  * ������ ���������������  ���������B  ���������d  i*  o  0.  o  o  00  H  -d  ^wlDEiCMM^  1-  | NOTICB ia herely given tbat ou tbe  fitH-- day of Utc niier iu*xr application will  ihe uiiule tithe- MiipoiiuieMlent of Prnvin-  . eial Polio for the reuewal of the boul li-  'ounBo 11 H'll liqU'.ru liy reUil in the butel  'knnwn us the Woodluw .Shipping l'Uoe>  (iituu*eut Oyster River, iu the pruviiioe uf  Bti i������!i Columbia. Asmu Wooimva.  Dated Comber 11, 1910.  NOl'ICE is hereby given that ou the  .ret day n( Deoomher nex*.appliedt:o._" ill  ,������! made to tho Supciilitemlunt ������������������' Provin-  iiui I'ollee, Victoria, fur a r n������v ul of tho  {wtel license tn sell liqu .rs by retail m  An hotol hnowu as the Union hotel, *.it-  (;iite at Uuion. B C. S.imci'.i, V, Uavis  i .Dated tho Uth duy of Op tuber, 1910  NOTIOK ia horoby givun that on tbe  [>ra. duy nf December next -upplio������tinn will  in mitite ti to theSupcriiitouileut of l'n.-  I tnonil I'wlicu, Viouiiln, for a renewal nf  lie hotel licmiHa to kvll liijtioia by rotu I  V, the hotel known us tbe Courttuuy b������tcl  fiuuto'i at Ciiirteiiay, B.C,  JOHS R, JtlllNN'rON,  [Dated October 11, Mill),  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  Jelonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y., or front or off the land  of the said Company, will lie prosecuted to tbe full extent of the law.  AV. L. COULSON, )  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Co,y;  'NUTIOE.  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way cars of   tlie   Union   Colliery  Company by any  person   or   per-  3)1.8���������except tainciew���������it; strictly  proh?l,'ted.*    Employees   r'-re sub-  iec to i-.iarni������Biil for allowing  sanv  By order  W. L.  COULSON,  General Manager.  BOVRIL renovates  the blood and builds up  muscle and nerve. It is  good for children,  athletes and invalids-  good for all.  BOVRIL  CUM.HERLAND & UNION  WATEU WORKS CO., Ltd.  NOTICE.  Spriukling will be allowed only  Itetweeh tho hoars ������f 7 to 8 in the  'morningaud from7 to 8 in  the  livening.  I Leaky taps must be attended to  at once,  i Any changes or additiona to existing piping must be sanctioned  by the company.  A. McKhight,  Manager.  BICYCLE  ^BARGAIN  Police Model Hu ruber Bicycle, only  soiled.'complete with  Carbide Lamp.  The outfit cost about ������90.00.  Owner goiug away will sell for  S55.00 cash, or $60.00 terms.  This is a Genuine SNAP.  Thos. PLIMLEY  1110 Gov,t Street, Victoria, B.C.  t3������T Opposite Spencers  HIGH GRADE STOVES;  And ail KITCHENi.lUTENSlLS  Spprtsmcns Goods  and  General Hardware  T/HAT PLEASES  THE PEOPLE  E. W. cr-LETT CC, LTD.  ������������������irf/i Toronto, Onl. '.N'  ���������'....ji-11 V-lj-  ^iwmmmr  The Courtenay Hotel  Every conveitienoe for guests.  TheOastial Hotel for Sportimon  None but thft Hent of Wines and Liquors  !  FAIRFIELD |  |= STORE ���������I  3. JACK,   Pkop.  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits nnd. Tobacco,  Vancouver Ice Cream,    t*  tt*  It  WATER NOTIOB.  NOTIOE is hereby giveft that an  applioation will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Division of  Oomox-Dietrictr^��������� ~    "   ^      "  (11) Tlieiiiime, address and pccupalion  of tlio npplicBnt is William Alexander  Mathewcou, of Comox District, British  Columbia, Farmer   .  , (b) The name of the lake, Btream  or source (It unnamed, the description ib) Three Spring-), known aa Matuew-  son's SpriiiRS, situate on Scotiou Six, Co.  mox District.  (c) - Tlm point ot diversioa ie direct from  kouic* t>r SpnnKM.  'ri[d) The quantity of water applied for  (ui cubic feet por stoond] 0.056 cubio feet  pors.cond.  (e.) The character of the proposed  work* ,.,....,,.,   *>  at the h-tr,  RATE8  REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  NOTICK TO THK PUBLIC.  H ivinii built a InrRfl wriinlimiMi mid mill  nt (?ouri������n*y, I will in fu uru keeu om  Iniul a mods of nil Mini* of May, (tuin,  -filial Yvetl M lo������0Nt irmliet riiiPR,     A  tliu howl kuuwu nu tho Klk hotel, ������ttu* npt alnlly will be made nf ro'li-r criultwl  VOriUK U hereliy given tu.t ou the  A iUy ot Decomber u������xt ap))i untiim will  Hindi) tu lliu Hiipurmtimdent of I'm-  icltl I'ollutt, Viu (.rut, fi.r 11 n.. cwal of  It4 1 lloonho tomill lii|mir������ by ruuil  !><1 at Cam x, 11,0,     John M.uitin.  iXtuilOotuburK, 11)10,  iN0ilcKi������ hiroliy kWvii that on ih������  -t dny of DocomlHri.o,xtappl u������,i..u will  ..lilla 11 tbe Nuptiriutmiiieiit nf I'ro-  giitl I'oliuu Viotoria, for n reunwiil of  i hotol lojtuiitw ������alt lt)iioral<y retit'l  llie liotul known u* tbe Malunpinii Hi-  ., Hf tt! tt (1 kt Lllllli, 11.0.     Fllltt) Tllt'LIN  luted Ootobur II, 101(1.  fend for horiiiwhio'iuill rouLo n *f*r\ttu  of nu������ thin* lo tli<> eo������t of tend, Ordor*  Ulvtin tbo tetimtWr or by phono will be  prnmi) ly llllfd. Thnnfclntr you for your  intr iiiigi) iu 'Uo |)HHt anil Hntini'lnir a con  tiuiMicpi.f'In ailtiii) on briuilur limm, 1  bug lu ruuiii 1  Votiro loeominHiid,  HVRON CRAW HO HI).  ���������u Dtineinviir Ave  Cumberlnml ������  *9i>^?r#������9*?^*.w*??9������??  maaaeMammwaetmmiiMtn*Ty*7mmimm^  P,  Dealer in  AIX KINDS OF  it  <>  it  *t  it  it  o  o  :; Fruit, Candy Cigars \\  Cigarettes & Tobacco, j \  Ilotioin I Hock,  OUMMKKI.AND, IW,  tt  it  <���������  ��������� t  1.99999 ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  (t.) The promises on which the water is to bo used (describo same)  .Seotion aix, OiMtioxifi'-tr o(.   Hruuii  Columbia,  id the North w<������t 80 acicg ei  .Seulinn Eight, Oomox District afwiesuid.  (g.) The purposes for which   tbo  wilt. 1 Int. bt) ll.nt l) iiitn-Uii yur') mi)!.  (h) If for irrigation describo tho  land intended to bo irrigated, giving  acreage   S*S."L]THJA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, B, C.  WINTER SCHEDULE.  Effective on nnd from the 3rd,  proximo, the following will be the  fall schedule of our local mail  sti'nmers;���������City of Nanaimo leave6  Naniimo at 7 a. 111., on Wednesdays and Friday's and the Queen  City leaves Nanaimo 10 p. in., on  Mondays. City of Nanaimo leaves Cohiox' at 7 ������. in., on Tliurf-  days-ainHSatnrdayK���������QrreeTrCfty"  l������'.*'ves Comox at 1.15 p. m��������� on  Tuesday*. '���������*  (1.) If the waterj Ib to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place whoro the wator ls to be  returned to some natural channel,  and tho difference In altitude between  point of divorslon and point of  re-  tlim      IIIIMMI      t������Mtl*M      MIIIIIM      IIMIlin     ttMlfOf*  M'MMIIM*     ltf*tt|*tM*     IMIIKlIlM     MM''      ItllUt   1  (J.)Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works'  (k.'i This notice was posted on tho  l.'ltb dny if Spptpmljor, 1010, nnd npjiloa-  ti'.n vill bo ni>de ti Iho Cimmiuioneron  tbo'.'8 h duy of Oo oV, 1010  1.) (live the . names and addreue*  of any rlpnrlnn proprietors or llceti*  need who or whose lands are likely to  be afeeted by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet:  None.  (*toniitti������������  W. A, MATHKWMN,  (I*. O, ������il(lrrw������)   OonifX, 11, C.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  In the matter of an application for  for  a   Duplicate Ctrtificote of  Title to Lots 11 and 12 Block  A [map 522 B) Town of Cum  berland. .  NOTIC1SIS HEREBY GIVEN  that it iH my int nlion at the expiration of one month fiom the date  of the drat publication hereof, lo is-  ���������ue a Oiipljoiite Gertiffcnte of Title  to said lands issued lo John West*  wood on th*   7th day   of  August.  1895 nnd numbered 814 0.  Land Registry Office, Victoria,  B.C.  Tho 23rd dny of August 1010.  S. Y. WOOTTEN  Reiif'nir (ieitortil.  COAST  LAND DISTRICT.  D'etriot of Coast, Range2.  take NOTicK that Frank Hinks*  man. of Vanoonver, B. C, wood  merely nt, n.tends toappiy for jer-  mi8i^ioii to purchase, the following  described Ihi dr: Cormnencing at A  pog' planted nbout 4^ odkn tortll  and 1 mile e;i������������f of the rouilieust  corner of CL 3858, Uienon oouib 40  chains, tbenc* weet 80 chaju**,  thenre north 40 cnains, thence east  80 chains, to pn.it of comment ement,  containing 3'JO euros more or   hue.  rilANK IIIKKBMAK.  Dated July 28th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of OouBt; Range 2l  TAKE NOTICE that Perciva:  James McLaughlin, of Vancouver.  B.C., rancher,.intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following described lands: Coojmencing  at a po?t planted about 5 miles  north and 2 miles eaet of the south  t*ast corner of CL 3358, thencenorth  80 chain*, tbenee west 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains thence es-st  80 ehaini), to post of commencement  containing 640 acres, more or less.  PEROIVAL JAMES McLAUGHLIN  Dated July 27th, 1910.  NOTICE s u hereby givtn that at the  next meeting of the Board of License  Commissioners of the City of Cumberland, I iotend to apply for a transfer o  tbe wholesale liquor license held by me  on lot li, block 2, to block 15, lot 6, Cumberland Townsite.  C1ALI MULATTO.  Dated this Oth day of August, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTKICT.  Diftriqt of Conur, Range 2.  TAKE   FOTICB  I bat   WestV  NOIIUK is hwoby Kivein tlut on lht| UiMUN ti, t>. CO., Ot B.C. Ltd  I day ot liiofinUirnixt appllviiliou w.ll  iimdu to ttie Sujiprinieniieritof Provin  \ P.-llie Victoria, for a tea*w������l ������f the  ������1 lluoiuo to null llqiion uy rotuil  in  i hotel kui)*n an tli* Willow* H.nel si ���������  itt.  ������t OainpUf-ll Jtivor't li. V,  THUI.1N*HANNKN.  hteriOotoUorllJUtO,  \'0'l'lUK is Uuieby uivan Uut on the  t ilV of DuoemUr rt������.t tpplleation wbl  surli* 1" lb������ SuiierirJtfndrwt i f r'rnvi -  I'ulion, V'i-toriii, fer tbe renewal of tin  ml lleein* in o.ll If.ju r. !>)' niuiH tlie!  >1 kuo������a m tlw W11-on imiai, ������i u������l������<i  Julnn May, H.O. louN Hvmpjh*kv, Jh.  ���������mimI Oct .U-ji 11,1910.  ��������������������������������������������������������������� mmmrmtmmmtmmm ��������� mm  n Afl in the  |iys.   Try it.  Nkivs  Wtak-Piiil servlo������  Ixitweon Vnno*ii������������r,  Nun 1 no, Union, Coniox, by the  Hl'vl ()|yili> Iniilt twin tetrmr  atetttntr "COWICHAN"  BniUriR nn in der���������  Leaven Varoouver, Hntitnlnv S \ m  Arrives .Vannim-i, HnttirHny 18 p in  Arrives Union, KumUy nam  ArrivDH Cornox,   Hurtday Ham  Returiiinu.���������  Ijenvt* Comnx. **unilHy 4pm  Lat-/M U'i'm Nutidiiy .1 \tm  ArrivM N^iU'iiifs "nmlny 11 p m  Airlift v"at<������>u~*r Mm.day 7 n rn  Wat* hare* Vaion fur <"w.������.btrl#in '  JOHN McLEODS  ("OR   rVII'MT-"! A������������J  CAMIY, KKUtTK,  i'U'*AHH * TOBAOCOr1  NOTICE is hereby Riven dint 30  days uf ior date I in ted lo apply to  tbo Hon. the Chief Contml-fioner of  Ljinds and Worka for a Ik-one* lo  prohponl for ooal ������nd pmolfuni titc  deride Linn** in Nelson Dignict,  Vancouver IMnnd, dexcrihed a* foi-  lows;��������� ommenclng nt a po������t  p'ltrcd on the wwt boundary line of  the ������������������Id Bayne* Bound Louie, ubout  80 chain*) from the nonhwcU corner  of caid Leoce, Ilnnee proceeding  Houth 80 chimin, theme oiht 40  o aiim moro or Ih-b t.i tin- wesi bouiv  tlury line of Suction 1, thonco north  II5 0110111!" following miid won houn*  diiry lineof BrTlion 1 lo lhe norih-  wenl rorner nf .Suction 1, thonco wo������l  20ch������ln������, iliPtioe nor h 15 chalnf,  theme weet 20 chains ino'e or Imu  to initial point.  llA.CAKKWGinSOIT,  K. I'ii. it, A-H-ml.  Uated thU 81 Ht day of Hepttmlior, 1010,  * ���������**���������*   ���������mmmmmmmmmemtmammmmmametmmmemmMmtmmmmmmmm^  NOTICR is hereliy jfivns -hit Mil Hnjn  nftor rl������ro 1 intend tn apply to the Hon,  The t'tiinf O inmiM.inntr of leundt and  Evert Westley, of Vancouver. B.C  plawterer, intends to ad ply far v<e.  inlueion to purchase tLe followiny  described hinds,--Unmrvif-ricirif."-A. x  post planted nlxitit  5 -riiiluij*   north  and 2 miles eaht  uf the  sooth^ait,  corner of CL 3358, thence soutli 80  chains,   thence oast   80    chtuup  thence north 80 Ghuine, thence'west  SO-chains,* to po������t   of  commencement, containing (140 acres mor -, or  less*.  ���������WBSTLY EVERT WESTLEY.  Dated July 27ih, 1010,  ���������Voi'l������. trnt. ..nt.o ���������*  Vnrtry: 1. .... t'-, .^.Umi.;. .���������;.,;  iljy nl Dior 11 lirr tn it tpulieation will lie  rnaiU tft 1h������ .<<������u������rint'*nrj<'Bt of I'rnvjorial  Pnlicr. Violm-ia, Iij tha rrnnwnl nf lha ho������  t������| llnai ������������������ lo -* II l.qanro by roliil fa thr  lin el tion������n n* th������ I'.irt Aagioti hnttl, ���������(���������  nstfd at C miiok, 11 ('. J. || I lot. n km  Dated Out iler I!, 1010.  J-*nj,(  I  j    X HICK i������ h.mi.v firm that * ��������� ibe tint  j <lay ������������li.m* l������r ������ it apfdica'iim  irlll  lm  I mado tn ������!��������������� i*ttteriiit<ndeit of   rru(iol������I  I Po'nf, v>f*'n i*. (rt he rtttaaal nf the hn-  ������������������!!'<������ ww lit**,} I ^jM'ti* liy r������udiaU������f  ery Hmdey miwili'U'in nrr.vnl nf "C'ltV. |Fi������.r������f f*...." n hm tr., t, -������������������������ i>..t. I. ���������.UuuA at  ICHANf" and Imvm t!������mner|N> d MnM j t\m> 1 II ���������" r-)������*    ������������r M Currir,  *t I |>ut, voiin-rclH-K with at*am u    j   X*   ' (Viniifr ���������%, itiio.  43������kila. i' ���������" "'*"* "���������  ������������������?���������  NOTICR la her"'-y tlvnn fnnt on the  flmt day of Dacmlnir id xt applieati >n will  lie ihh.Ih tn th ft.i|.Mr| t������i;de it of I'rovin-  oiiil I'ollfi", Vlo oria, fur the rwn������i������iil������)f tht������  hotel Ii0"ii 0 to f������U Hquotg l>y retail 11 thr>  ho el known aa tho Nol'mi ho . I, n'fiu.p.i  ..t linfon flnv, II C K''<������i>'i' * Huo^p  NOTICK is herely uri? n tli t <m tho  lint day of Dfoen.Ur next 'puln-at'nri will  he triailo to the Hoparintandantnf I'r vinoial  folic-, Victor! 1, for the renewal nf tha ho  Ul licen-a to ������������ll liqunr. by r*i'u*il in tli  h.������ti-l koewn an the Hive-tide houl, ittiii'cil  ���������t Courteoay. 11,0. O. II. rV.n>.t:H  I������ tedOotoSar 11,8010.  NOTIOK ia horehy gU-fii that f0 d-y  after <U*e I |ut*nd to apyly to the Hon.  The Chinf Com nlwlntidf ,f 1,*ndm- ������n  W'utk- tot a lie*u������<) t������ |iro������pr������t fnr c al  ami prlrnlmm tmrVrtlia ItndM In He'*,,  llintrti -I, V#.������.*Bv.r I1U01I and Am'tilted  M fol|*wa:���������Oommineini at a pntl iilaewl  <wiil.rf.ortl.b..o������<larylineolihao|.Ul.jn������*|i" ill 60 chains, thenfti weal'Hi  ^osd l^at* alMHit������) ahaina from tba ������������������������- t-lininp, thenw soulh .10 ehs'fis.  .h^ir^m,^^, Md,.i.J j WM  2f]     h . .  i|;||,  Ibteei-  weal M chaina. ih������������c������ ������������ftr> ������������' ��������� - ,     . .,  ham-, mnm ut  W ,Mu*  ... .-.id  l"M"'     "'���������*'*������������������������  ������.1BM������.  pnonlanm undor and on tint l������������i^������ in Vtl  ���������nn DUtrlet, Vaiootirer Inland and da-  crilied im follow*t���������Commenoinn al  11 post |)1 nood nn llie well Itotindary  lino nf the old Bnyiies Sound Lei������>,  lihnut Ml ri^ina IfMiri. tlio nor Iiho**t  oonur pout of the Rtynes Sound  Le<<������������. proceeding thei co 'lonu- said  Uitindsry line north 80 chain*  more or less lo the n*rlh*re������t lornor  m(.i|.| Biytir* Sou-id IsAee, ll-oact  I-..it 45 chaina mnre nr le*������ to tl o  Moniorn Imundary id ������io������ ������pj ImI  for  by  C  Cartar   (3������ha- n, thr-n  COAST LAND DISTRICT,  District of Cnafl, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that EniPBt Atkins, of Vancouver, B C.,occiipa  tion tincmiih, int.r.dt> to apply for  perrnfctdon to piirclni-se the following doeurihed Itnu).-: Commencing  at 11 poat pcintoil ii'iout 5 milcn  ii<Tlli and 2 iiiil^H mkI of Ur������r--j;'tlt-  t. *.*������������������������ cornet of <"' L "������������������".*. .1* ���������  K.11115;. 80" i'i] ii-..'. ': h:. 1 *.-���������> V... ,-*. .*','  .;��������� ii;*I..., iliot.; >* 1 lm ; h -ii iiiiAuiH,  theiiiti' I'-ar-i ���������'.('> cd:uiv-i |,> f,,,,.t ,,{  coinintiiictiinnii:, c.iiiviiiiiiiif; o<ii)  aciCH, more or 1pm  ERNEST ATKINS  Dated July 27th, 11)10.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  Distriot of Conut, Rango 2.  TAKE NOTICE thnt Jawot  llorvr-y Kee, of Vancouver, B.C.,  occupation toamntor, intends to ap*  ply f -r permission io purchase the  following described lands: Commencing at 11 pun plunted about &  miles north and 2 nii lei east of the  sou 1 lionet corner of CL 8888, thence  north 80 oliainr, thenee ma. 81)  chains, tdor.ce foulh ROdmins,  ihence Wnsl ���������Ocnni'S to po*t d  comiitHnceinenl, oonfa ning Q40  ������cri"S, raore or |.���������������,  ,T AM p'*. HffM'py t"l*--  Vtnifd hdv -^ih, V.nn  ontst. v, c \nm'01**1.$  |>������rK. Piw������t,aM.a������  iHimd'itfttmtmfit,!, Viiu.  , *  ter f, P'ir ������, suenl.  tl ^p'eiitiief 2lai, IOIUl  COA.n* USD DISTRICT  J),,   t ,v ; ���������,.,' t^,n*������,  1.111^0 i.  TAKE NOTICR thai K>h"<H!  I^ssip, ot Vancouver, B.C , ycinl.  wan, In mud* to apply fnr porwl -  sion te pntrhase ihe foUowirti; dr-  r-eriiSorl land''. Commoi riim al a  poat i>laiif������"l shout 7 miles  nn-th  nixd '2 mti'������ eau  rd   the   ������Ol,th*fi>������l  eori'e of CL������S.*)8,thei.ossr.Mih Hf)  fhsins, Uieir* *������n*l 80 fhsfn*,  thaw nnrth Pf> ohsin*. Ihetifo ������e������t  rV) eitaiiio, 10 *r**������������t of e*>mmene->mtnl  o������.tii������������i*iii*?<->������o irte*,mi**f! or Ihw.  RIHiARD D f.RKSOK.  Ui������l tm*$ 2'tft, 101O. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The FOURTH  ESTATE  Novelized by  Frederick R. Toombs  From the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Medill Patter-  ion and Harriet Ford.  Copyright   I DOB by Joseph Medill  ,  P*rt*r������on ������nd Harriet Ford  (Continued.)  A  cn,\i'iK!t v.  YfiAK passed -niit-e the event-  tu. nigin tor IV heeler Hrund  when .Nuiiiii made him iiuui-    aging "duur'ut-the Advance.  It) lhi'������i. in,.in 11^ Knuiil made a showing  wit li nip paper tuni was never dream-  wl ot liy the owners preeeiitng us iieing  within ilie range nt possibility.   Made  absolute master ot tlie paper ana con-  HPiiuently   ilii-liitur  ot   its   policy,   tlio  young mun set u puce tlmt the paper's  rivals found dUii<-ult   to <>i|uiit,   much  Ipks to ouisinp    It is exposure of llie  pcaudals   in   ilie  exclusive .world   of!  high lite insurance  nuance .das  thus;  tar proved the  most   vital  return) of !  his  uiliiiiiiisiriirliin.    As u'result of This (  crusade,   iviilcti   drove  a   hall   dozen'  leu/I hi|! ofliolals from almost as many*  companies, the president <������f the United : alK| **m S|,..|H t(,���������   it's that newspaper  Stares stated piiiiin-i.r mat "ri;e vast ��������� tliar's  nr   the  bottom   of   tr.    People  life insurance tiusmess of mis country j won't havo it, or us heentise of jt. and  ts now on the soundest lin.-iuciiii oasis ; j raejU1 ,��������� re|* y,mr fattier so too.   Aud  It lias ever Had " j that's   why   these   "at   homes'   is   no  lint IVhee/er Hrand  lu the press of   good."  stirring events tiau not rurgotteu .Judge  Pitcher ooweo ana went out  "II our guests won't come here to  drink tt, at least vie will drink it our-  selves," .Mrs. M'thin announced toPbyl-  IK     "Well,   we   uave  done   It���������seut  out 400 cards, arid   who's Deen  here j  that anybody  wants to Nee";   This Is j  the se<-ond time we've none to ull this j  trouble and expense for nothing und !  nobody, and if you'll take niy -advice It i  will be the last." .  "Maiiimu, I'itcher will hear." the girl j  protested j  Tho mother hit a grape from tue !  bunch. She deposited itl** skIii uud j  stones In u Sevres vase on the nuirbie I  mantel, i  "I'liyllls. what did yoo huve to pay j  that musician V sbe usKvd  "Well, tils price is u thousand dollars."  "Good gracious!" I  "Hut I got lilm for $7*>0. I promised  the Adenine would help wlm."  "Seren fifty for playing twice. I'd  rather tienr the imnd." Airs. Nolan bit  off auotber grape.  "Vou don't understand, mamniti. Everybody's wild over that violinist."  "It seems there wasn't nobody wild  enough to come here."  "There wasn't -anybody.'" spoke  Phyllis, correct hi" her mother.  "Well, was there V" retorted the  mother as stie dropped tbe grape skin  iti atiiit her vase.  "UU. dear." Phyllis'wailed disconsolately us she seated Herself before a  small stand, "dou't rub it in, mamma!  i can't help it."  "Now, who's blaming you. child?" j  consoled the mother "There, don't  cry. I'm not so disappointed nhout j  myself, bur 1 can't hear to see you i  snubbed right and left. ) on nre good |  enough ro go nim any ot these people  Finished yet?"  "Yes. It's here somewhere," fumbling  ln a pocket.  "Have you made !t amorous for tbe  little ���������flrlV"  "Judge for yourself. Of course I tried  THEATRICAL NEWS  Of Interest to People of the Canadian  Northwest���������Attractions to Appear in Winnipeg.  comedy; Marie Dessler, the funniest  of coinmediehn.es, in her latest laughing success, "Tillie's Nightmare,"  right from a long run at the Herald  Square theatre, New York.    This, is  |a  large musical comedy  production;  "fi.,.   Kf;,i,.;..!,.   o������������������.. >���������   ....:., _ ;  THE IDEAL ARBITRATOR  to write in vour vein as well a* I could 1    As Winnipeg is the big city of West- j "The Midnight Sons,"  another musil  to nnte tn your vein as well us i could. c'   towards which all eves cul    comedy     success;    "The   Jol v  ao that there would be uo doubt to the j ��������������� ^A^'n matters of busineL and \ Bachelors/ still    another   Broadway  authorship. l amusement, quite naturally   ns    the I theatre hit.  Sylvester rend the lines: |tiu-*.tre season  opens  tne  people    of '���������'   Vnmel V. Arthur, will offer Wimii-  Oh. Uueupviere, how sweet tny dearl    1 ueai'Dv cities ant towns who visit the{-Pl'K patrons,  Marie Cithill in a new  My spirit soars in dreams denied.,        ''western  metropolis  frequently  during; musical  comedy;  Grace  Van  Studdi-  Worids beyond worlds with men. my ltlR, Vvaitei- nioutas read witn interest  {ort) "x "n condo opera specially writ-  wlmt tne managers of the Walker ite" io\ ]"'r_ D''rw.olf Hopper in his  theatre, the Winnipeg, the Dominion, I. numpli "A Matinee Idol,' with  und otner playhouses there lire, offer-1 ������^>_nse Dresser, as a special feature  JUDGE BARRON'S UNIQUE METH-  OD IS A POPULAR ONE.  oride-  "1   don't   like  that   much."   he announced     when     he     bad     llulshed.  "Uride!   Is It necessary ib put that In  | ing  lovers of the drums, music and  writing?   Hesides. II don't sound as If jsu'ch forms of public entertainment,  1   wrote   tt.    Now.  does   It.   Powow, I    To AJiiimger C. P. Walker, who has  old chap?   Fess iiri " | now both the Walker theatre and the  1 W innipeg theatre under his direction,  '1 hope tt doesn't souud as If 1 wrote  Jtartelmy lu fact, certain activities of  that estimable individual were just  now under close scrutiny by tbe one  fluie reporter, who. if ne could be prevailed on to siieau concerning It,  nrigni posstmy oniorve imu uie inn---c  JKil^iex___so_mjoJiii_^e an opportunity  to make a tew expTaTuItlous'-~WiTtrti~  ���������would be receiver) with undoubted interest by the puniie. The young editor's suit for She hand ot Judith Bar-  teimy might be said, since we are  dealing with u Judge's family, to be in  statu quo. Hhe was still waiting tor  hlm "to become saue," as she had expressed herself to him. A girl ol lofty  principles uud or decided strength of  character, she could not see his duty  from his viewpoint. Perhaps it was  all quite natural, quite womanly, -.pine  daughterly, that sbe six.uio subscribe  absolutely to her lather's side in the  momentous case ot "J U 00 it! BAlt-  THLMY VKUSUS THIt! PIOOPLK.  WHKiaEll HKA.N'O AM) THU) AO-  VANCB." I  Hue was loyal to her father, nnd she  wus trying to be loyal to her lover,  oud tbo tusk was becoming more and  more difficult. Vet she waited, and  Wheeler Brand waited, and each prayed that the other would end tho ordeal j  and heal two breaking hearts,  Today we tltid Wheeler Brand proceeding toward the luxurious Noma j  home on a fashionable resident in I thor. {  ouRbfaro lo visit the propriftor ot the ]  paper to hnnd hlm a siuieineiit ol tho j  Advance's progress, to discuss mat- |  ters of editorial policy nnd to confer ���������  reirarrllri)* a certiiln ilevelopment con- i  e-urnliiR Judge Burteii/iy. j  At the Nolan home a roceptlon had |  tiwn iiiinouiict'tl, tiiimlrwls ot invitii- j  tlnliH sent out, but  the responses did |  nut encourage Mm. .Solttti in tier so-  <'lul tiH|iti������iioi)H,    Moi'ioi)'  intsscd  her  Oy.    Thru   was  the   whole  story  In  brief.   Society, as ustiui, wus ever so  much pleased with itself and wus too ;  lumy  to include  Mrs.  Nolan,  Phyllis j  nud Sylvester in lis diversions,   The I  litislmtiil and luilicr citreil very IHUe  for society, hmi no time tor It, but ho ;  fondly   loved   tlie  courageous,   wiirtn '  lU'iiried woman who luul uiicompinln- |  lligly   Mtmred   with   him   tho  uiU'i'oim  liurdslilim ot his early days, und It wiih !  tils desire to gratify lier iiinbltloiis uh ;  wsll im those nt tils daughter.   Tlio  fortune hn hud plucked frmn Nevada's  flinty bowoin enabled him to lie goiter- !  ous, anil he smiled iippruvliigiy on every new I'xtnii'iigiiiii o of Mrs, Mli'liiiel  Nolan.   Therefore If nIio was sni'liilly  rtmtill Ions sho iiuim haio her ivay nml  Ire ullotviil to curry mi her caiiipalgn  lorrwogriitioii In ivhiiieior fnsltloii n|i������  i'Iium".   Certitltily the home be bad on*  tuhllslietl wit* a tlrtltiu i ii nt ii ge grotittd  from which u> wage a war of dollars  UgiiltiHl the precipitous I'mtinttlcmeiiis  wllh which thu city's I'owr  Hundred  hnd encircled its ciiuip    PiiiuUnt in  slr.e. the Nolnu res|(leiici> was cipmily  pn la tlu I lu its furnishings, und only  the iniigit- vm.i.i ti.-... .;,        ,;'" ":>"  i,l a -'.'.A- ".it In'r of the tnuirle reitim  of "the arWioeracy" was necoNHiiry to  send  niotiogi'iimttiei)  coucteH in long  llliet lo the Notitu doors, io till the rout-  ly romns with dlMiiugiiixhid tucca, to  nil to overlliiwliig wllh happiness \\\w  yearinim tifnit tn .,,!-.  .". ..*������������������  liut the word hud not yet beeu spoken.  It witn now late In iho afternoon  ���������t rhe Nolan homo, Phyllis walked  acrm* the drawing room, irritation  ���������.iluttily murking her pretty pink ami  wnlle |,in-, 1!," (1'ii-u- of rt Ktrili-i*  owhestra <ttiiilotieil in tho coiiw-ri tt-  l������ti> tt',! ,*.( "-ie- nfiiiri<N������Hi ii oervntit  who H.M..I at iiiit-iiiiiiii at a door at thu  right wtidti ihi tit the dloimi ohiiu,  "lltctirr," *ttm *an) diwKiiragwtly, "I  dnrtt tliink any one else will coinw, so  tell IU������! uitixtriuiiH they cun go,"  "Ve**. ill")* H'liy in*.."  A-HUis-ifili't ,f'"4 VoHocun* ������forrn-  Init in. carry inn >i no.''- mm. h of hot-  boil*!* ������n)|s'������ in (let h.iutt  Tl|������*hrr. I nolo ed ttii.-e caterer men  nre driiising n.i tlt������ ��������� it.iii'.iguc. ������i������l I  waul it ������tM(.|n-U," ������t������- t.i������ifii-d iouUIj1.  "Are no good, mamma." tearfully  "Well, are they?   It would have been  better  to  put  your  $"."0  tnto  suffru*  petting.   That's what gets yon In with  the  rlcht   peovie  hot   that   I   en*"e  -"  TOie. oat I uou t wnm loe meu u������ na*  1 cau't."  Sylvester Dolan interrupted the con-  v ersiTTToTn)W\WeirTuTit hw~a n d-d a ti g titer by appearing before them with his  bosom friend, Max Powell, who believed, himself to have the makings of  a muster poet. It was with deepest  pride that the Nolan son presented  Powell, long haired, sallow faced and  seedlly dressed, lo his mother and sister. Sallow faced? Indeed, his countenance had that sickly greenish yel-  'ow   hue  that  comes  from   long de-  it."  "I thought you'd see It.   Now, change  thnt and it's a kuockout drop Can't  you change it  now'? A nd I'll  send it to the little girl tonight  ou a bed of, orchids. Make It,  something beginning with 'ruby-  lips'���������you kuow  the sort of guff  ���������and then here  and there 'eyes  like night, full  ot delight.' something ou that order."  Powell sat nnd  wrote for a few  minutes. "Here."  _ he   filially   said.  -'Ruby, nby-^oum  _,y|vwrter   K,u_c.  ^ ed    over   tha  shoulder of the  rising young genius,  who read aloud these inspiring words:  So bright and beaming are thine eyea  The very siars twinu ln surprise.  Thy hatr so like the dusky nisjht.  Thy Kiss so vlbram  ivllh delight.  1 thrill unto my ringer tips.  Oh.  ruby,  ruby-rougey  lips!  Powel! literally writhed in agony as  he listened lo llie doggerel  '���������It's great!" cried Sylvester ecstatically.    "And  now come ge>   ������"������ur tefi  rj������e, I'd like-to take n crack at being  a poet.'"  The  two  conspirators   hurried   Iuto  jhe__djniug   room   as   Wheeler   Hrand  and the owner of~the AllvTmW*cirm6'"j"u  iuto the drawing room. s  ���������'You're right, IV heeler; you're right."  Nolan was saying "This is a better  showing than l hoped for. Look in  your stocking next Christmas. There'll  [theatregoers  give   llrst ��������� attention,   because lie is the representative theatrical , man of the Cumulinn Northwest.  Seven Days," the Astor theatre  comedy hit, will he sent by Messrs.  Wiigenhnls ���������&   Kemper.  Liebler k Co, have already sent  Viola Allen and her star caste in "The  While Sister," and they will further  supply "The Fourth Estate," a powerful newspaper, story which  met with  The Chairman of the Conciliation  Board That Settled the Threatened  Street Car Strike In Toronto Rea*  lizesThat the Public Is an Interest'  ed Party���������Flower Gardens, and Tu*  berculosis Campaign His Hobbies.  Chairman of tho Board of Arbitration appointed to adjudicate between  the Toronto Street Railway Co, and  its men, Judge Barron haa found that  while the bench may have its worrie.-*  the settlement of a dispute between  Much has been in the papers during ~ss }^ ,���������11 ������"<'������ produced  the past summer of lug connection | Bt_th(! C,1mn1c!11P|'0>n.1 Ht?,r?������> <. mc'"K������: J  witli the National Theatre Owners' j _ Gertrude hlliot in The Dawn of,  Association, which was formed in to-morrow is also under thc liebler j  June,   and   whicii 'has   so   materially! management.  changed   the   situation   in   theatrical!    utl"7 8l������r'J ������1,08e   *aces .n"ve   biv  affnirs since its formation.    Previous!?01116 {a,llll>"r to uf \[}���������nSl\ th(J. ?.M'\  to   last   June,   and   for   some   fifteen I '?Us magazines aiu   different publicu-  years past, M'essrs. Klaw & Krhuiger, !"������.ns    which .. devote., much.spuce, to  theatrical booking agents, Imve prac.lth-1-I?R������.thettir,cal ?re:  William Favershain, who, will he  seen in "The World and .His Wife."  Mr. Favo.rshain is accompanied by his  beautiful and gifted wifo, Julie Opp,  who has a strong, role in this society  play; Mabel Hite, the comedienne,  1 terms and conditions to such an exl jin a new j)laj������; Robert Mantoll in a  ticnlly .ruled the theatre business of  the United States and Canada, and  although they were the agents of the  various theatre owners and managers,  they in reality got the business so  under their control that they dictated  tent, that not only the house niana  gers suffered, hut the tlieatregoing  people as well, because the latter  were not given the opportunity to see  the foremost stars, plays and productions of England and America.   Now  series of Shakespearean plays, management of William A. Brady; Frederick Warde in a spectacular production of Shakespeare's little presented  pliiy,������ "Timon and Athens"; Grace  George in "A Woman's Way"; Man's  in Manager's  Walker's case,  and all ^ ^cJ^Jmi^MamT^  others, big stars and companies" wl.o ^Ke^I^^^he^nii^iin * Clr^K  have  never  'iVf.ii-i-.rtn.,  u'oii-,.,.  ,-      ;.,, n    ������������������*,-���������������   , I Savage, of "Merry Widow" and grand  Manager   walker  is   -well    satisfied' , ;��������� i<m     -������r w ���������      >���������  with the situation anil feels that now i ������'*" lame\ lh? ^r.r-v ^'.. 0*i n  he can operate his two handsome I-&av;BP pr<Hlftl0n :Q 1,,e L,tt,e feilm"  theatres  to  the  satisfnntim,'   "f    i"t I?������LV    ^anothei-_;_Savage ,,. company;  programmes   for  lovers   of  that  popular form of entertainment at just  the same price formerly   charged1   at  (the    Dominion    Theatre,    when that  be something'fur ynu   Wheu I got tuto j house   (wliich   is  now  given  over  to  Ihe newspaper  business,  Brand, they j a   dramatic   stock   company)   offered  told  iiie.lt  was the beginning ot tny |y������u_J;'ville.    While  in  New  York  rc-  tinisli,   that   it   sucked   ten   tortuties  dowu for every one it  built find uo  middle aged man ever wenr into it and  en mo out again without teeth marks  all over him.   But look at that,"   lie  held op a* typewritten siiuenient.  "I'm  rich'u for going in  twice as mnrb advertising us last year at this time."  Nolan seined himself ou a settee.  "The big advertisers never pull tbelr  nds. so long its they are fretting returns   from   them,''   put   hi   Brand  "Look at Dupuy.   Uementber how bo  threatened us uud how his clients took  their ads, out tor two months  j Broken  Idol,"    musical comedy hit;  'Mrs.   T/'slie  Carter,   in   a  new  play;  Arnold Daly.'in a strong play; .Tames  K,   Hackctt,    in  a   repertoire-of    ro-  ���������nantic and standard dramas; Dustin  \ Fa mum,  another idol  of the ladies,  in   "Cameo   Kirby";    "Alias  Jimmy  rutttiv    Mi-    w���������iw   ���������.,���������������������������,i -,���������.,,: Valentine," a novel comedy-drama in  W11 ������m   Mnrri,     he   SfL*   >'������* *��������� criminal, figures prominently.  W.lhi.m   Moms,   the.   noted   Interna-, ������Th|1Midnight Sons," a musical com.  been ren.o-.loM nnd is now a gro.ind:!?^;."I,^^r!!^���������t Vt in^  floor house, with a large balcony and;^^ ffi./jS^   ���������U%  I gnimi, etc,    During tho summer Mr, i  "Yes, but they put them bii"1'' '''mui," IWalkei^ bus  had  Fhe  Winnipeg  tin  "Why?   Been use they  u  (|    ; system mst-uiied.  ,> ut������ 1 ..M:n'ffrtrt<f  Aiiglin,  the  noted  Cann-  thnn we need them," Brum  "Well, he's got something  sleeve  now,"   remarked   .Noum.  ���������We  Flirting PiT-.eo.ss," n mu'iica] comedy  success, with Hnri'y Bnlfcr as star:  "The Show Girl." another musical  comedy,  Sig. Bond, thn fninous Italian tenor,  from the Metropolitan Opera House,  New York, n"d who is snid to lm the  . ,'rrcatnst, of all lyric operatic tenors,  "Are you roiii. to see bltnr Brand  oT'lior ;i������w"n].iy;':"J<.i������V's,,J,1 "|, actn^ju'! .p^" M'curca for n rf'������itftl ,,y Mr"  asked eurioiisly; I was followed hy Mr. John Mason j���������l>N,"KI'r-  "I thought I mlBht ns v?ell. He'll be  Augustus Thomas' pluy, "The Witch.  bere.   Maybo  he  wants  to  Ure yon in������ House,"   Mr, Mason i  dian emotional actress, very fittingly  .   _ _. i optsiurd this, Manager Walker's four-  telephoned that he would come to sea , tm,(1, mmu o{ t,llU,t.iw ,0 *-},*, win  tne this afternoon." Inipeg   public   with   lh  The Glasgow Choir, nn oi'gn"i'/.Mtioti  ...���������, i��������� .,���������     in   i *f Scottish  singoi-s, touring  America  11 ls .?"0...',f.t.!!t'!''-'r the first time, will he heard at the  "SobMly un* u'lW cnoiirjh to como itcrc"  voiirlng of the muses and long no-  stluenen from the devouring of Innd,  "Hello, iiiauiimi!" he cried ent Iiuui-  nHtlially, "Here's a irlciut ot mine I  want ymi to know-Mr. Powell, the  poet,"  "Uow do you do, Mr, Powell? You  look as If It woultl be easy for yon to  wrtie poetry. l������o you know, poutry  Jusl sets me wild!"  Sylvester pul led Powell on the baric  "Well, Ibis mil's going In mn lie a  big noise In poetry some dny, Phyllk  jolt must have heard of Powell. Aiy  elMtcr, old rtiiirt!"  "won't you (ini������- ������ m|. ������.. ������.-.i, '.,'..  i",,n, ,,;���������'   w.i hid   Mf    Vol-ic.    vWlltlv  liiipiv-iseil liy the |ii*i'seni'o of a poet lit  her home,  Powell  Mtnrii'd confusedly  to  Ills thanks     He did   hot  seem  'ieltt'lvlnl lit the offer  ���������Sylvester saw the iiiui. un.\       n-.t.  he cicIiiIiiihI    "Ab*lutti tor I'nwetl!"  Mrs Ntiiuti enpreswii her regret nt  not nnvtim any nlHliiili and left the  fiHiiit, followed by l*h,iHU, Hi arrange  lor muneiiilng Un Powell toeat, "poor  Mellow; He iisiks Hungry." she whls-  , pefeil  10 l'li> lili.  Hylvester caught lhe ptx-l by thr������  ���������r������n  , "On������������ tnirrure. Poivoiv," hr������ cuurloricd.  "He fiire you don't rtHUirloti anytblntf  fo the folk* shout my mtie aetrent  friend. I don't want rhem m know  ituit I nm going lo take truck nl  uplifting ih������* mintte. 'I'h** (in..- mri will  he nil  nenr     Mte'tl  iuA  ,    jour  llltretio hum l*l������������'1l rill ir with p*."-  M.nslliy lliillrl up all i'...,-.������. weak  |.t:n-en Yon kwiw, pi.ivi.w, itt^re nre  some.    W'liefVs that   |n*m  for  her!  Hnd Not -Some Prom Ground.        Umm������]' Ki,,lil'"1, nieclii.in,' mTkh' AJieVi! J^at tlirvo^ili'lit* "soniPlbJiib rtoinii''  Had Not Come From Ground i������| ()11(, (|f Am(1,.|p(|.H (mis( h ������������������ , j��������� Winnipeg In   liniitrlonls this sen-  Thorn is slid surviving in London, \'lcm���������) ,udri>nnen and her campativ in-'"0"' "', ,n,lt v,Hll',rR ,n ,',,,t' (i1-v  Onl., a gentle-miin who reciills a irront chides kiicIi I'liiincnt plavcrs ris Jamcs!,wi11 ,!,oi ,i,,(' .t^,<, ,',v,'������V,-trw hinifivifi  oil lake that curried tho western city ,0'Neill, Minna tinlc and Henry iSturi-. h,",vi,-vi, "n ���������,,,p,r )-...'\*- U," K0  l.y storm rminy years ugo,   He is Mr. jford.   "The White Sister" was ��������� beauJ;7_VI>H Hi"** Mnnn-aor Walker and his  Juntos  Kguti,   u   jnomineiit   citi/.en,   *"--���������        '    ������������������ ��������� " ' "'  who is eighty-two years old.  "It was one of   tho most  curious  experiences that London ever had,"  nnt nngo.  tiiul   production,   under tin  ment of l.li'hlei' Ik Company.  It will readily he seen that lhe the.  atfical season in Winnipeg sturtcil  says Mr, Kgtin, "Thn report went,off with u ln.niu with three such snout thai oil hint been {Uncovered near. | perh iiilnictloim and a little idea of  ly opposite Woodland cemetery. Hi thore tn follow as Winnipeg will nn-  si'iined as if thn whole of London jtloubteilly he of interest In out' rend-  was down thorn the first Sunday 'ers, therefore we herewith give the  aftirnoon nftor tlio story got out,   In, list of bookings  for    Hu  f.llow nteiiilierH of the National Th  n'r-. Owi-.'i"*s' Association   h"ve   done  will in  blinding together   for   their  nrnti'ction and  for the advancement  if the interests of their patrons,  Only Mado The Firs  An Irish'lawyer who used to hnve  uu extensive practice in the criniinal  Winnipeg; ,.<nirtH was once engaged tu defend a  lis  iug  "int  ��������� smtvi'titrs. CliiirnpiHfrm suppers' and IH'" following stars and companies: j '"Now, mv trool intiii,''. he began,  , oth-r c.l'hratious helped tl... eriflnisl. I .Mary .M-mru-riiig iii ",\ Man's I "reineiiilier ynu nn* nu yuur ontli. You  1 drtii. and then tlm whole thinsr   was f Word -lirsi    iiim in  WeMirn ( nim-,Htllll(| |���������.it' cluirgid  with   a    terrible  lu;   Maxim'   I'.lllotl   in   hiKt   season s'    ��������� -  .     . . .   - i.i.,.. ,i ������    i ������.   '    '"i'-������onin    .iiih   tin.*.*   i*iiKiiu>-it    '"   in I' llll  holes iti the ground there seemed to l tiiciitic recently auiiniiiiei'd by Mann- ��������� ,|,,w eharged with setting lite to I  be no doubt that there wit* oil,   IVr- i������<;i' Xxtt Iter. j ^ ,.,,, (|,,, m i.(.,1||(|(...t ���������[ |���������.j  pie soaked (heir luindkerelimfs in  It1,   Die Nuiberls, who sent .lolm Mason I ������������������],]., to have his eli'<n1 acuuilied tl  uiul took   theiit   home   thai  way   as j "i  "Mn-  \iiti-limg  limn,"  will  send; |���������, ,,���������, |,j,��������� j��������� tb,. witness box.  shown ii|i as a straight f������k".    H wat,"ii,   ���������"ilmii.;   iviiiiui   in   nisi   season h i cr\m,,    \ Wltnt vm ((l ]������������������_. ,|,(1 j���������,y  a nvihtdlo, (hough   it didn't   i'et far i *<Hei'ess,     Ihr    In erior    N'x,      llrst ��������� ������������������.��������� j��������� ,!���������, /,���������,, )m\ t(,|| ,|���������.m yoti an  enough for anvbodv   tn .w seriously ; iijM������;������iinu'"M   in    Winnipeg;    "Lulus  billon.     Bonn''  Yankees    had    cm*., .luhbiitid-.    the  fiituiv    fare.,    which  over,  bored  holes, loaded  them  with | ,r������li  nil  -iiminer  ,,(   Muxiiu-    hllloit s  JUDGE BARRON  capital and labor is a much more difficult matter. The judge has all the  iuaiities of a first-class arbitrator. Ho  Is above all things painstaking arid  iheerful. He has a keen interest in  public affairs. In Stratford, tha coun-  ly seat of his judiciary where he resides, lie has the reputation of being;  by all odds the most public-spirited  citizen. The judge is deeply interested in three public questions: flower-  gardens for the people; tuberculosis;1  ?ood roads; and the navy. He was  born in Toronto; son of a master of  JBX^r_Canada College.  How England Banished Flies.  An authority on health has this to,  say regarding the .house fly:  The fly can be got rid of. This fact  was proved in England, where 50 years  ago, flies were a nuisance and as great  a danger as they are now in Anberiea.  To-day, broadly speaking, England is.  so thoroughly rid of flies that the .English rarely screen their houses. How  lid the English do it? As we must do  it���������by each family keeping its house-  -Mean. Screens will keep flies out of ii.  'louse and flypaper will kill them,  'hit "ither ffets at the cause. There  is only one way to do away with flies,  md t.iat is to keep clean the place.*  ,vhere thoy breed and love to feed.  Manure heaps of horses and cattle-  should bn kept in covered pits, bin*  jr flyproof closets, and stables and  ;>ons must be kept clean of manure,  Outside lavatorios should be kept  clean and all excrement covered up  ir drenched with poisons, lime or oil,  Kitchen refuse Rhould be placed in  doscly, cleanly.-, kept garbage cans.  All decaying matter should be buried or burned,    n  ���������All receptacles, such as cuspidoree,  should bo kept clean.  Until wo tire clean ourselves we cannot keep healthy, and until.we keep  our houses clean wo cannot keep away  Mm Ilies,  Jf there are flies around or in your  louse, either you or your neighbor Iff  "irelcss with regard to absolute clean'  incss, And until tho flies aro got ri.)  if, ns thoy can be with care nnd  watchfulness. a positive "danger to  your wifo and childron confronts you,  Ths Nood of Preparation.  In tho homo ol Lord ���������-, in Scotland, Lady was showing to Mrs.  Torrcy tho robes she worn at tho  oomrintinii. As shfi was showing her  these robes she suids "Them was u  singular thing happened nt thn coronation. Rhrht near mn a lady crime  In, a member of tho nobility, whoso  rank nobody questioned, lint," shn  said, "we had all boon instructed just  what to wear and just how to conic:  in. This lady camo in bnniitiftilljr  dressed, hut sho did not hnvo ou tho  prescribed garment.  "One of tho marshals camo down  ami culled her out. Shn said shn wii*  a titled lady, hut sternly thn marshal  called her out. 'You huvn not on  tlm proscribi.il mim,' and she had to  letivii tlio abbey Iu disgrace."���������Tlie'  Rev. U. A, Torniy, U.U., in Tha  Christian Herald.  not guilty of thii* mu'i-rdli' deed.   Arc  yuu or are you not   guilty   of   Ibis  liui'gi' of arson' "  a|tiin-an repertoire, lii.it tithe ill Win-  lllpeg; (let'in Kalih ill "The W'nilllltl  ' r '������������������<��������� " H.--1 I'm..* ' , the CriTlii-  .linn WeM. M'ul'iiiM' Nnr.irnovii, tin-  ���������i'rent lliisklttti nctrens, iu "Little Ky*  oif" nnd "l'"airy Tales"; Forbes ltoli*  eitson in "The I'lis-ing of ihe Third  ,, ...... .        I'Mont Hack." llM iip|M'iiriiiice lit Win.  would nuofi it,    hikes w.-re "' "njjieg of this well-known Ki.glUh nun.  common then, ns nowadays,, atnl that - ���������*TI������.������  Lntt.ry  Man," the  New  York  aide street nnd   in PeiwviM'',   now  '.v. ���������. :....: .*.   fr'"*������.(" iwiiwti;. I,,,,-.*.  1 ever. WHS most elaborate ill its plnlis  1 Oeologists Wire brought here to lee-  i ture who declare.! that London wn>  ' rittiitt.'il over a regular basin of oil  and  that    boring   almost   anywhere  Now They Don't Bpsak  Milnli'l'xoll   Win.   oo   ,.   s.,-,i   ...   ."....,  kins, und, in due course, naturally, be  wns i.howii lhe fuiuily album.  "Ye*," said Hitnpkins, as he turned  the Hives, "that'* my wife's second  ���������ntisi'iV Aunt FtiMin.   Poor old soul!  Hhe hml lhe most remarkable nose I  fhfou MmMtr" comedy lift of last son-1 -ver snw.   It was the shape of a note  sou;   "The   Chot'oh'te    NiMnr,      lin-i if   ii't"riotfitlio>i     Ami  thnt's  <"iu-iti  Htrmt* operntic t.eimnt{<iii; (Juy Hnte������ Jamis; ami that's n friend of ours:  P"������r.   let.'   I.'iiiIiuk   n..in  oi   tl..   a !> -   *.f I  r'"if Ui:  now,  who do vou  It had been inndlc cx.-im-iv !y -������rrn������"<i   .Wn   lli.'������rre,   New   York,   in! think that iVr"  |,f-r.������   that.     At   flrot   ���������_*.iii>!"   w..f> s "Tin- \*igg. *r," one of the big prodtic |    "llon't know." ������aid PaodimoM.  iifraid ot tlw new kind of illiiinin.it   tjorr* of t!w,i    rlnvitr.    }n.-t    rennomt    "W-*l|,   tbnt'*  my  wife's  llrnt  b������������-  l-*'������v Fill I*., the nni,������ii'iil rnniedy ������fnr;  b/ ri I. my boy!"  Jefferson !>'\>tiri'1i4 hi the comic *i*x-\   "U ),,., wiiwt a isrfecty braf'd'''"'-  era "Tin* IV ,iiiTy Spot", KrunU I>sn*> 1'Mikinff ������������*'   llul, i-xcum. iin������, old M-  i*h   In   "Tb..    11.-11.'    if    !lrittiitiy";j|o������-, I didn't know your wife mm a  ,T������iin"* T   IViwer*  in "Havnnn,    liii������, wt,i..������   *n.,. >>.u ii...i'i'd ������e r "  ip ������ big <'n������hio ������iic(*eK������. I   "*hie ������*.iitii't." >"ii'l Spiii-liiiis ������t"nv  1 ���������������������������>'���������   li It-   will  ������ I  ������n\     "Thi',"Tb'.t. *\', {���������* a noi-trnit of myolf nt  ("irl  Itehni I tin- Pointer." a musical, tin   ag.  ������{ twenty."  sull i-M'Uilt (It-   *l<"'r.- tr, uhi'h rb  tliintf was  curri'-d    In/ore   ,'Xii"entt  nfll"     ' nmernb. f Well the fit*' ti oi  I  ever  saw   petroleum  u������ei|  (..r   iitfb  im,  im; nnd, of four*', It was not ,i������ - id-  i-  lit  fifeS.'llt.    OlIO glKid  ri'-oi'.t  of lh.  oil fever, however, was ������!;������������������ ..o-uuu'  u,i <>l iln- l.l'.i.'t. I'* ���������"������������������ -'.'t ;n lf-trv  whirji devctopt-d rsjo'lly oil I* r a  g-mil nvvtty year* oieant ron-di t.i Lon-  .lo't, Jt i������ a -'i A pity that flu.-.- oil  riiru-rhs wet IA*.  b-r-*"  Sir Francis Laking's Holiday Ruin.  Sir Francis Laklng, onn nf tho  KI-ir'h p'ty Kioiti n������-i n*ort!l nnry ��������� whrv  has been Koriously ladlspuseil, hru  long boai one of royalty's most trust"  ed medical advisers. He hns been de-  seribM us tho embodiment of modical  cooiuiort neiiM-i.   uttv ui (...������.- in.. ,.,'...  ���������'uh if h\f mcllcnl ionch!ni������ r>m������  brnco* thn manifold virtues ol rest,  and another Is that nf letting a |>a������  limit do, ao far ftts possible, what his  liieliiiutions prompt, To thoso of his  patients who nro about to go off for  ... 1,-11,1.,,- >,r> nnvn, "IVm't over-ertert.  yourself; don't let tho good air aim  ehansre of sceno mako you eat too  h-nrtily, walk too long, or shorten  your hours of sleep," For Sir Franoi*  has alwiiy* been the apostle ol moderation, ���������  ���������ti  A Radical Chan's,  "Do T havo to exchange weddimi  prcenta In the department front  vthieh they wi>re nurehaswlr"  "Not st all," said the floorwalker.  "Tbsnk you." said the bride, "I  want to trade a china vaw for a frying pan."  Animal Protection.  nr������nt rtntnin bn* the hnnor ������>| hav*  log flmt firmed socletiei for th������ pw*  vii.tion  of tiucH������ to antmatt. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Eczema Is Not  a Blood Disease  SCOTLAND YARD.  For this   reason   internal   treatment  falls to cure���������Success of DR.  CHASE'S OINTMENT.  Experience with   the   use   of   Dr.  without benefit.    Dr.    Chase's   Ointment cured me completely."  Mrs, Chas. Gilbert, Haystack, Pla-1  centia Bay, Nfld., writes:���������"I was a j  sufferer from salt rheum for ten years  Chase's Ointment will soon convince j and was cured by eight boxes of Dr  'Chase's Ointment. I am heartily  thankful for this cure, and want to  recommend Dr. Chase's Ointment to  other sufferers,"  Dr. Chase's Ointment is wonderfully nothing and healing. By its  antiseptic, powers, it cleans out the  sores, stops the agonizing itching and  soon sets up the process of healing  wliich means thorough cure, if ihe  treatment is persisted jn.  \Vhyknot get the cure started today?  If you aro a sufferer from eczema or  any form of itching skin disease you  will thank the day you heard of Dr.  Chase's Ointment. 60 cts. a box, all  dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto, Canada. Write for free copy  of Dr, Chase's Recipes.  anyone that Eczema is a disease of  the skin and not of the blood.  A large percentage , of the cures  brought about by Dr. Chase's Ointment are after the patient has become  tired of tedious internal treatment  with no apparent result,  Apply Dr. Chase's Ointment and it  is not long until there is relief from  the dreadful itching and a beginning  of the process of healing up the sores.  When you have tested, this soothing,  ���������healing ointment you will wonder  why you ever wasted time with internal treatment for eczema.  Mr. A. D. Macauley, Stornoway,  Que,, writes:���������-"I had itching eczema  on my leg for over five years and. tried  many remedies  and  several Doctors  Flash Life in the Suburbs  Citymutt���������Do you have " electricity  in Stayhurst?  -Subdub���������Yes, when 'there's a thunderstorm. -. ���������   ;  . Recognized as the leading specific  ior the destruction of worms, Mother  ���������Graves' Worm Exterminator has proved a boon to suffering children everywhere.   It seldom faiisp  A teacher in a Midland town is  noted for his patriotic ferver. One  day in class, while in a particularly  uplifted mood, he turned to one of his  pupils, an average boy of twelve.  "Now, Tommy,"-said ,he, "tell us  what you would think if you saw the  Union Jack waving proudly over the  field of battle."  "I should think," replied   Tommy,  "that the wind was blowing,"  ST. VITUS^ DANCE  A StriKing Example of Its  Cure by The Tonic  ���������     Treatment.   , St. ^Vitus dance is the commonest  form of ner.ve trouble which afflicts children, because of the great  demands made on the body by growth  and development, and there is the  added straincuused by study, It is  when these demands" become so great'  that they impoverish the blood, and  the nerves fail to receive their full  ' supply of nourishment, t,hat the nervous debility which leads to St. Vitus  dunce."'-       -    ���������-' *��������� ��������� :"'.'.'  The remarkable success of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in curing St. Vitus  dance, should    lead  parents , to give  their children this great blood-building medicine at the first signs of the  approach of the disease. ' Palor, list-  lessness, inattention, restlessness and  irritability  are  all  symptoms  which  early show that the blood and nerves  .ore failing   to   meet   the   demands  made, upon them,   Mrs, A. Winters,  Virden, Man., says: "Whon niy little  girl* was six years   old   sho was attacked  with  scarlatina,    which    was  followed by St. Vitus dance.     Her  limbs would jork and twitch.    Her  speech became affected, and at last  she   became   so bad that she, could  scarcely walk, and we hardly   dared  ��������� trust her iilono.   She was undor the  caro of a doctor, but in spite of. this  was steadily growing worse, and we  feared that we would lose her.     As  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills had cured  her older sister of anaemia I decided  to try thom again,   After the use of  n few boxes, to our   groat   joy,   we  found they were helping her, and in  the course of a few woekH more her  power of speech fully returned, and  she oould walk and go nbout ns well  ns any child, and she has been well  and   healthy   since,     When   Illness  como to any one of our family now,  wo never oil in a doctor, hut simply  use Dr. Willintm'   Pink   Pills,   and  they never disappoint us,"  Sold by nil medicine dealers or hy  mail at fiO cents n hox or six boxes  for 9U0, from Thn Dr, Williams'  Medicine Co., Hrnckvllle, Ont,  Avoid those who arc" always wanting  to borrow mnnoy���������and those who have  none to lend.  Wanted the Usual Signal  The play was Mazeppa, the strong-  est scene of which is when the heroine  is strapped to the back of a wild  horse, which is driven off among the  mountains, to.dash itself to pieces.  For this scene it was usual to hire  a horse from the nearest livery  stables. One evening, however, at a  London suburb, the horse refused to  move. Every expedient was tried, but  budge it wouldn't.  The hostler at the wings, however,  grasped the situation. The words,  "Let loose the untamed fiery steed"  had been said for the third time, when  from the wings came: "Right away,  higher upi",folio wed by the regulation  two stamps of the foot given by the  average 'bus conductor.  The poor old 'bus horse walked  slowly off, amid shrieks of laughter.  "The only thing I can find to say  about you is that your washing bill is  far too extravagant. Last week you  had six blouses in the wash. Why,  Jane, my daughter never sends more  than two!" *  "Ah, that may be,   mum,"   replied  Jane, "but I 'avc to!   Your daughter's  sweetheart is a hank clerk, while my  youn____i_ian Js__a__d__mbly__sjve������  makes a difference, mum."  How's This?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reword for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halt's'Catarrh Cure,  P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.  We, the undersigned, have known F.  .1. Cheney for the last 15 years, and  believe him perfectly honorable in all  business transactions, and financially  able to carry but any obligations made  by his firm,  Walding, Kinnnn & Marvin. .  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0,  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood  nnd mucous surfaces of the system.  Testimonials sent free, Price, 75c per  bottle.   Sold by all druggists,-*,  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  Tho Only Common Accident  Apropos of the season of Atlantic  travel, Captain Simon P. Lea, said  the other day.in Now York;  "Yes, what with these wonderful  new ships���������the biggest, the most pala-  tial, and tlic fastest that the world has  ever Been���������an Atlantic passage, is now  a real joy,  "A steerage passenger tho other  day was met nt the dock hy a cousin,  " 'Well, man,' said the cousin to tho  immigrant, 'I'm glial to sen ye. Did  yo hnve a safe passage?'  " 'Oh, yes, very safe, very pleasant,'  I nssure yo," tho immigrant answered.  'The only accident 1 heard of was  that the ship had broke her record,' "  Its Council   of Sleuths   Is   a   Thing  Dreaded by  Evil-Doers.  In the ereat, rather grim, red-brick  building which, like a medieval fortress, dominates the Thames, within  a stone's-throw of the Houses of Parliament, there is a large, barely-furnished room, which holds more  secrets than any other in London,  with the possible exception of the  the room of Cabinet mysteries. It is  the nerve centre of England's great  and complex detective system, which  controls the currents radiating all the  world over for the discovery of crime;  and it is in this secret chamber that  the mysterious Council of Seven hold  their meetings to unravel the tangled  skeins of tragedy.  If walls could speak, the walls of  this room could unfold stories of romance, tragedy, and.mystery such as  would drive the writers of fiction to  despair; for there is no form of crime  whicii has not been dissected and  laid bare there in all its complex and  naked hideousness. But walls are  dumb; and So are the members of  this seeret Council, who recognize  that silence is one of their most powerful/weapons.  This Council has not long been in  existence; in fact, it is praeticallv unknown to the outside world. It is  only a short time since it occurred  to the authorities of New Scotland  Yard that, in place of casual conferences between detectives engaged in  the solution of some problem of  crime, it would be well to appoint a  body of their cleverest detectives-  men of acute and astute brains, with  long experience of crime and crimin-  als-^-to combine their efforts in solving the principal mysteries; and, as  might be expected, the plan , has  worked admirably.  The greatest care has naturally  been taken in choosing men for this  responsible work. It was important  that the Council should, as far as  possible, cover the whole range of  crime The detective who has specialized in murder or burglary may know  little of, say, coiners and begging?  letter impostors; and thus the leading expert in each of the principal  branches of crime was chosen���������men  who know practically all that is to be  known about their own branch and  its professors, and whose names even  are a terror to evil-doers the whole  world over.   3uL-_let-us_see_how_-this.  works. Suppose that a mysterious  murder has taken place in London.  Within a few minutes after it has  been reported to the nearest .police  station the detective-inspector and  his assistants are on the spot making  investigations. Meanwhile the news  has been flashed to New Scotland  Yard; and almost before the local  men have well commenced- their inquiries a, member of the Council���������  the man whose special province it is  ���������appears on the scene and takes  charge of the operations.  If the problem is a fairly simple  one. as it often is, und the murderer  is speedily run to earth, the services  of the Council are naturally not required. But if there is no sufficient  clue to the assassin, or he has mude  his escape good, the Council is at  once summoned, and takes the case  jn hand.  All the available evidence is placed  before it and thoroughly sifted, deductions are made, n plan of campaign is drawn up, and the whole of  the complicated, and far-reaching  machinery of Scotland Yard is sot to  work under, the collective guidance of  the cleverest detective brains in En a-  land. How enereetioally and thoroughly the Council does ita work has  been shown in tho recent Crippen  case, in which a closply-mesherl net  was in a few days thrown round the  world for the capture of tho criminal.  STOMACH MISERY  BANISHED BY "FHUIT-A-TIKES"  LOADED WITH SPLENDOR.  MR. ALCIDE HEBERT  Stratford Centre, Wolfe Co., Que.  "I have been completely cured of a  frightful condition pf tny Stomach  through the wonderful fruit medicine  'Fruit-a-tives',, I could nett eat anything  but what I suffered awful pain from  Indigestion.  My head ached incessantly.  I was told to try 'Fruit-a-tives' and  sent for six boxes; Now I ant entirely  well, can eat any ordinary food aud  neverAiave a Headache."  ALCIDE HEBERT.  50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, ot trial box,  25c. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-  tives Limited, Ottawa.  Fearful, and Wonderful Attire and a  Trying Ceremony.  Association with royalty may be  gratifying to the spirit, but it is often  uncomfortable to the body. A description of the ceremony which F. Harrison Smith had to go through when he  received a royal honor from King  John, predecessor of the late Kim*  Menelik. is told in "Through Abyssinia" and .sounds most uninviting.  The author was an envoy from Queen  Victoria:  "ln a very hot tent we're arranged  alLthe insignia nbout to be bestowel  on me. Having taken off my uniform  coat, 1 thrust my legs, already clothed in a pair of field boots and velvet  cprd riding breeches, into a pair of  capacious pantaloons of French silk  embroidered in gqjd and lined  red.    A silk shirt, also embroidered  FREE  9������nd ni your ������������������.**��������� ac4  w. will und /on Tim, all  chuf, paid, Uu. tn������j*Tii���������1  IUCKY HEART flCTWC  1R00CH ��������� wile* U  the latest, dalntteit uni  prettle.t Jewelry ni������T������l������  ty, all tlie rage ������r*ry������  where, We ar* giving H  _, DIUTEU FREE lo lalrodiit* our foixU. Jul mix" i  and addrtu aod *��������� wiU mui it to jou at imc*.   Aittm  Aloen Hfo. Go.. 54Ror St., Providence, R. L. O.SJL  j Convention Starters   .  I    "The new states must draft consti-  ; tutions and adopt them before they  ican ask for dessert at Uncle Sam's  i table."  with ���������    "Yes, and the firest clause of the  111 j constitutions probably will be 'When  the course of human  and lined, wits put'on and confined at!���������" s,eet������cf,,hu,lian cvents two  the waist with a silk sash. Then came I pr'zenghtcrs'   etc"  the shuma and over this a fur cape of I . ���������   ,.���������,,,    ... ....       -  lion's mane.   By this time it was diffi- _ ��������� ���������_.���������������������������������; W?ak\)*/e.ary-������ Watery Eyes  cult to move or breathe. Relieved  by  Murine    Eye    Remedy.  "My discomfort was increased by V7 M'U"ft f������Ly������'Ut EyeTi Troubles-  having a silver gilt amulet fastened ���������u/v" 1,ki? mP?*- vr.'! SPoth**-  on my right forearm.   On the left was 50c at Your Drupgists.   Write for Eye  As Pa Sees It  Little Willie���������"Say, pa, what is vul-  gar ostentation,-'"      ',���������"'���������-'  Pa���������"Vulgar ostentation, my son,  is the display made by people who  have more money to, make it with  than we have."���������Chicago News.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  "While I was engaged to her she  made, me- give up drinking, smoking,  and golf. Last of all, I gave up some-  thing on my own' account."  "What was that?"   -  "The girl:"  In the causes of infant mortality  cholera morbus figures frequently,  and it may be said that complaints  of the bowels are great destroyers qf  child life. If all mothers would avail  themselves of so : effective a remedy  as Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial many a little one could be  Council-^avedT-���������T-his-Gordialw-can-���������be��������� given  with safety to the smallest child, as  there is no injurious substance in it.  "What's' the difference between a  United States insurgent and a South  American insurgent?"  "That's easy. A,South American Insurgent shoots with a cannon, a  United States insurgent, shoots at a  Cannon."  hung a rhinoceros hide shield covered  with dark blue silk ornamented with  silver gilt, while into my almost powerless hands were thrust two inconveniently long.spears. A gold ornament,  the badge of the Order of Solomon,  was hung on my neck.  "I had to lead a gayly-trapped horse  to the door of the king's hut and bow  to his majesty the king of Zion. This  I accomplished to the admiration of  the spectators. Transferring my horse  to my groom and my shield and spear  to my servant, I returned to shake  hands with the king.  "By this time I was in   a profuse  perspiration, which was not remarkable, as I had on two nearly complete  suits of clothes, besides a lion's skin  surtout.    I  omitted   to  mention my j  ���������sword, which was rigidly strapped to  my waist1 on the right side and which  made sitting' down difficult.:   But I  triumphed over all these difficulties.  * "When the ceremony was over I re- i  ceived many compliments.   My interpreter told me that=all the spectators  declared I was made to wear such a  costume.   They always say that.   It  produces dollars sometimes.  "It was not easy to mount my horse ]  in;such fearful and wonderful attire. 1  But I managed it, and I rode off with 1  a light heart and a splitting headache, .  -and-wheh-I-reaehed-my-abode-I-speed-T  ily divested myself of-.my splendor."  Rooks Free.  Co., Toronto.  Murine   Eye  Remedy  2  . Rlobbs���������"You're pretty much gone  Gobbs, aren't you, old man?"  Hobbs���������"I was, once. But after  what she said to me last night, I'm  not going to pay any more attention  to her." ,  Rlobbs���������"What did'she say?"  Hobbs-"No!"  CONSTIPATION   is an enemy within the camp. It  will undermine the strongest constitution and ruin the most vigorous health. It leads to indigestion, biliousness, impure blood,  bad complexion, sick headaches,  and is one of the most frequent  causes of appendicitis. To neglect  it is slow suicide. Dr. Morses Indian Root Pills positively cure  Constioation. They are entirely  vegetable, in composition and do  not sicken, weaken or grine. Preserve your health bv taking  DR.   MORSE'S   INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  ShMbGure  Solely stop* oontfia. man* colds, mwi  throat and *  -       ���������  ai omnia.  "Doctor," said the convalescent,  smiling weakly,, "you may send in  your bill any day now."  "Tut, tut!" replied the M.D., silenc  ing his patient with a wave of his  hand. ''You're not strong enough  yet,"  Minard's Liniment for tale everywhere  Mike (lo Pat, trying to draw  rork)-~D\vi'it think yc'll get It out?  "Thot Oi will, Mike, ef Oi hav  push it in."  tho  Carterhnll, Nfld.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������Wliilo in the country  lust. Minimer 1 was badly bitten by  mosquitoes, so badly that I thought  I would lie disfigured for a couple nf  weeks, I was advised to try your  Liniment to allay the irritation and  did so. The effect was more than I  expected, a low applications completely curing thn irritation, and prevent-  ing the bites from becoming soro.  NflNAllD'S LINIMENT Is also a  good nrtiolo to keep off tho mo*,  miitocs. Youi'H truly,  W, A. V. IL  Mfs. Tlrownsby (wearily)���������Ah,  dnys of chivalry aro paused.  TlrownKhy--\Vhnt's the mutter now?  "Sir Waller Haloigh laid bin clonk  on the (-round for Oueen KHrnhclh fo  walk on, but you got mad been mo  I'U'if .yu.'.iiy.t .1.4 uu y..u. At"}], hul,"  8he Objected  An old TrNli woman recenlly  her first ride in an electric   tmmciir.!  '���������ho luul taken  her ticket, and wn������|  diortly afterwards asked by an intmeo.;  'or to show It to him.   'lo the other  'lUHSiingors' nnmnnnir'nt, he suld : j  "Ticket, yer honour I Shuru, I don't!  sell'em!" |  "I know that, niy good womuu,"1,  said Hie inspector; "init it is your own 1  ticket T wnnt, to see,"  Hhe replied:  "Mv  tlcl'i't    lo   O   vr.it   iv������i������fe     Vntlh   I  then, you'll not get it.   You may buy I  0.1,: /.11  . 11 ton, il, aituie tta j ,tm. ,  Schools for Baroda.  A small, dark man, accompanied' by  two beautiful women in eastern dress  and with a train of olive-skinned dependents, landed in England the  other day, No ono who naw him land  or who watched his plpnsnnt, modest  demeanor on board during the voyage  from America would have guessed thut  he was the ruler over 2,00(1,000 people,  tho richest, onn of thn most enlightened, and ono of the most powerful of  tbo princes of tho native states of India. Tho Oaekwnr of Briroda is n  irroat admirer of English institution'*,  Ho hrtH been especially struck with  the ouiot, friendly ehiirin of Its country llfo, "One object of my journey,"  ho said, "is(to add to niy knowledge  of educational methods and Idea'.*  Iluroda is the only' mate in India  where schools nro froo and compulsory. 1 c*tiibll*hod them been 11 *������ I  rim suro that It is uscloss to expeet  , . any renl progress among tho Indian  hnd (��������� people until they nro less ignorant."  QRNNO  TRUNK  Fares To  b;c:  EASTERN CANADA,  ' NEW YORK AND BOSTON,  Will tin on sale daily until Sept. .10th.  Via ST,  PAUL,  MINNEAPOLIS OR  DULUTH,   CHICAGO   AND  GRAND   TRUNK   RY.  or Vin  PORT ARTHUR, NORTHERN  NAVIGATION CO.'S STEAMERS  Stop over privileges.  Freo side trips.  Kur ticket ii'Hii'vatiiins, time tables  and full information apply to  A. E, DUFF, General Arent Passenger  Department.  Phono 7098, aro I'ortitge Ave., Winnipeg  a'n-'-i.i.'ui&'J.i  No better citfarette the world over than  A Slnsular Request.  A peculiar file Is said to nverhn'tu  the family ol the late Sit Julian Gold-  Ktnid, An niicc������l*ir of hi*, so nny* the  legend, once gave ���������belter to a rnbbi,  who at his death left to him a hwiuiwt  of a iiiysteriniiii box which wn* mi *  no account to lm opened until after j  the customary seven days of mourn-  ing.. If opened beforo that time a  ,,,-m.i. ���������*,..,' I *���������.������! >\,,'-���������. it-    r .;_;'���������    r*  -  ioslty got the better of en-noMtltion,  uud the imx wtu opetimt U'loru llm  seven tlayp were up, In jt witn found  a document which said that ns thc injunction of the rnbbi hnd not been  heeded no future owner of tbo estnte  would lm succeeded  by a son,    Ami  ���������,....,   -,,���������.,.-.,,   ci.uuitu,   >>,.������   mien   ,111;  ease ever since,  Cheetnhe Train For the Hunt.  Trained cheetahs are used in VeM*  nnd India in much the same rnnrun-r  tbnt hound* are used in Kuropeiin  nnd North American cmitmien. Th"  ������'.it'..> thty .������r������: u-rd tu hunt ,,*, principally deer and antelope, Th������ cite*--  Inb Is nn nitiirinl with blnelt n*- I  brown *pot* rewrnbllng n leopard, tm'.  longer In body and limb. The Indian  oriricen keep jiack*. of them *or tt,  bunt. Th������ head* of the hunting cheetah* are unuatly coven*! with n ht.A  until within ano yard, nf the g*���������  TIms h������(od# ate then removed, and tt*���������������  i.uitu-1-f* .-r.'-.i iVnlthdy t,,*i������..l *.  l������#rd and, having approached a* nrm  nt po**IWe, pounce upon thefr pr. v  killing with one blow ol the pi**.  Oldest County Cricketer. \  On Aug. 16 Lord Ha wke celebrated 1  his fiftieth birthday,, and every true j  lover of tho national summer game;  will wish him "many happy return" ,  of the day."  For twenty-five years he '  has captained   the   Yorkshire team. *  and mode it one of the most powerful  elevens   in   the country.   He is un- \  doubtedly the most popular cricketer j  in England, and has specially endear- >  ed himself to Yorkshire professionals j  on account of the keen interest he has  always taken in their welfare.   He is  godfather to most of their children,  and out of the season he has each  professional in turn, with his wife and  family, if such exist, to stay with him  at Wighill Park, Tadcaster.  It is stated that among his .lordship's, personal possessions there is,  perhaps, nothing quite so .interesting  or so' highly' valued as a little, well-,,  worn edition of the English Prayer-  book,    This has   belonged   to liOtd  Hawke since he was a child, and on ,  its interleaved pages is entered a earn- 1  ful rooord of every Sunday ho has |  spont abrond throughout his life,   As ���������  Lord Hawke has been an almost con- j  stant traveler, thp diary covers a good j  many pages,���������Tit-Bits. j  Hl������ Favorite Whisky.  Clarence C. Chipmon, Winnipeg, j  commissioner of tho Hudson Bay Co.,'.*,  is a good teller of stories. Also lip has'  a splendid eye for business, so some*-,  times his stories do a little boosting i  for the huge organization with which *  he is connected.  His latest story is about a friend ;  of his, a very prominent olllcer of U)������ i  army, who was recently thrown from  his horso wliilo ploying polo and bnd-  .ly injured,   Krionds hurried to help '  liiin. and one obtained tnmn whisky.  "Hero's some whisky for you," was j  tho word spoken to tho injured man *  who, lying stretched out, scented all  but conscious. j  And according to Mr. Oblpman, tho  sufferer raised ills head, opened his !  eyes and inquired, "Is it Hudson Bay -  Scotch?"  On main line of Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, in midst of rich'  agricultural and mining district.  LotB from $100 up. Write for full  particulars.  NORTH COAST LAND CO'Y, Ltd.,  410-11-12 Winch Building^ , -  Vancouver, B.C.  London Office, 6 Old Jewry  Health Demands  that the bowels be kept regular. Neglect means sickness.  Sluggish bowels are quickly  regulated by  Beecham's  PiUs  ���������old Bvtrywhirc,  In BoMiagcftitf  Serviceable Gilts  Vou can presenf no btlltt.  gifts thtrt knlvti,lork$,spo*tts ^  er fancy lervlna pieces ef  fhe we/Msnown wind  "1847 ROGERS BROS:  For over thlr ,ntt Iht but  jiiidt,beitdtstgnedsllii*rpla1t,  \ No ofher if r,ju.f n joocf."  \titl In nb, Hthit, willtti,  |l        lie, 111 tlimpii  MtRIDCN DRIT&CO.  '      milU Tl Ll.UOH! UlaUM  '"Silotr Piatt thnt Wtnrt"'  Slavery In England.  Slavery oxistod in Kngland without  any mitigating features worth speak,  ing of until the lime of the war* of i  the roses, Ilracton, thu famous lawyer of thc time of Henry III., Inform*  us that the condition of slaves was  IonrluI, It Mas indeed slavery, pure  md -itripb'. All th" ^eA-t a nave ae-  t-i)iri.i| belonged to his riiiistur, who  could tuko th.'in from him whenever  he pleased, thn slave having no ro-  Ut*** at law; hence tlm litipoH*ibitltv  of a man's purchasing bin own freedom, The only hope for tho slave win  lo try to get into otic ol the wolled  towns when ho became free, the towns*  Home  DYEINQ  li Ik* mit to  8>v Monty  Prett W������ll  Try 1*1  tli-ple as Weehlni  wllh  DYOLA  ���������All KINDS'  JUST THINK OP IT I  D������M Wnnt. l.nlirm, Mih Of Mlatd <inn4, r,lt,rtll  ��������� iihlh* KAMI: ll,t..H,i ,hin<. at mltitliM.   Mil  ti\4 UmikiiuI C.U.I. ll 4111U, In  l..l.iMnilli.H...U/i( iul 1114  li������ J���������li���������toi|.H,.-MUio������ Ca,  IftMH ><mi lliuyyl.l im  ,4ITOIIY H.mV.t. 1*  >��������� llnilltil, dliimiMl.  ���������Illion of  nobles.  hl������  bidplo'.' 1'ipoi  1  i,*t;  ,  fiMit  Ul*-  till.  HV I,   .-,. ...,  thi rm'iivn e.f  tnu*, Itirlunmt m  wtBfiir.* tM Om._ii W������uh������������ |iv������n  **������,ilt*i���������n-.r r������*,������nt Ixm i.nu.l,  lady Wlnnor*.  lit frit*- Mr������, l>, T, U'rt-.irt, Mime.  tun Muoun, Kifti'������i.i>. \ H  tnd frts*   M .������  aib,������   l>..rtiuui. ������������  Marndrct Av������,.ll������rlif,i)ni.  irt) I'ntf   y���������t AniiMl* W.i h, l)������l  ninfir, Mnn,  4lhl'r,������f    Mr������, Nnhl. Hm (ton   I..I  ..^ *_*'***. text,  fin 1'iirt- Mr* Ch*������ ttyatl. Ch*b*..o  .Vy.t.  Qmntimerimt* Vtlnnmra  III frit*- J.t.Oiry.!" C*������K.rf On.  tlm l*r,������-������r������l   *,,. HwUtl.n.   *��������� ���������"���������  Mi������i.u,Mi  t*dl>r,������r -frlv,a Kirt(*Mt**-a. Cit������.������.  ���������������������������li.  ������tb l**t*m  tXillmV****. C������m*t*.1 '���������  . . Pet , Um*.  tla frm-itd, tuimrme-*). Stmt ' "���������  IX*.. bu* ������������������.  KLl.lt DllOt. - Toronto  Comehnc* M*f**v-  "Conorletieti ni'-tn'v" in 'front Hritain   now   ittnountii   to  th*nisn*uU of  i.'>und������ nnnnttllv    Th.- t;������-���������   mui nr.ilc.  ���������������������������I nn* on March .'in, l7-'i. when II,- ,  "tt) wai carried to the public neroutit i  in <,orii.������.'������)ii*'rico of a n.re lereivi,. I by I  lh" ehaiK'i'Ilnr.   The uriter with trou> |  lied noul iiuploreil bint, "u* ui lioni'*������l,  ii.an, to con.ihr the rnnncy llm pro. *  l������'rty of the notion and to lie m juH<  <)������ to apply it to tbe 11-e nf the *inli*  im ������ue)i a iiiiintii'r tn it Un* nii.uii nmy ,  not Miffcr by it* hoviny been d^tnivf i  Hi i   tltU.'    (.,  t ,.*^   Ue.   ....   -., ,.v.t   ,.t   .til  imiieii man."  Dominion Express  Hone/Orders  and  foreign Cheques  1  By Ibe Cent.  "Will Brotbi-r Jon.- kin-Hy It-ni*"  aa* aikcd by the |n-t,,r at tho be'  firming cf |!k- |,tht* r ..-i,]....  Wakirtff with n *tnri ni tb^ mmn*inr,  ot hi* name, the d.-n^n nlmo������t brokn  up th# amtviet. by r������pU*inf. "I M l*������t  uui������; it'i yuur turn. ������tint.'������ irurnp,)**"  are peyahii mil *vte Iht W*fU.  Absolutely the beet wny  to r������mit money by mail.  TRAVELLER.*.' OHCQUCt I88UEO  Mini* ������������������������)* by7*)mif*ab mmiCa'st*  Tntmla* ttteney ������ew������h������ cenel eele*.  a**** fer Metier OMtra  fl i������4 ****** ,     .      t t*n\*  0*n 11������ Ul       .     .      I    "  "     Ilia   M       .     .     1*    "  -   nm 11     .   .   n ���������������.  O* -W.'# i. mil Cm*, r*mt.*trr/n*mlm*i.  W. H. li., Ne. IIS. ���_E NEWS, _CtJMBERL/\Arp, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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FURNITURE & HOUSE FURNISHINGS!
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The Furniture Store
A. McKINNON
Mcl'hee Block, Cumberland, B. 0.
COMMUNICATIONS
Editor News:���Kindly allow
me spice for a few remarks re the
epidemic ot scarlet fever which
the Ilea.th Officer lias now almost under control, It has been
said in both our papers that the
lever was due to tlu* poor sewerage. While this may be true inj
part a greater danger lies in the
old fashioned and ignorant belief
that precautions an- unnecessary
as it is only a child's disease and
all children must have it. Therefore due to this ignoiance, or due
to carelessness, thev are instrumental in spreading this disease
through the school; and other
places to almost eve ry house in
tjwn. Now, there is no moie
truth in that old fa!hey than
there would be in saving that all
children must have a wooden leg.
If you expose a chihi to fever it
vrill most likely develop, the dis- [only for the tactics employed by
^eate7~aTrd"thTe���samenryou expose
the child's leg to danger and have
it cut off it will require the wood
en leg. In the old days scarlet
fiver was considered dangerous,
sn-.my deaths of both young and
old b;ing due to its r.ivages. And
it is only due to better skill and
knowledge by our present day
doctors that it has become a mild
disease, and if ther Health Officer
���was strictly obeyed lhe disease
���would soon be elimimued Irom
our town. Strict eii lorcewie.it ol
quarantine, good sewerage ami
cleanliness around the premi-es
are the only help the Health Officer requires to enn ble him to
drive away the disease, aud if is
the duty oi every ninn, woman]
and child to assist him in seeing
who opposed the by-law would
think of offering their -services
for either mayor or alderman.-'
If these persons acted from ignorance they are not worth voting for, aud if they did it from
malice and purposely it was criminal to perpefuate conditions
that are a risk to the health and
even lives of any resident in the
city, especially the children
it is well known that the most
misleading statuinents were made
to influence a certain element
amongst the electors and that
written pressure was brought to
bear on others on election day, in
short, everything possible lo defeat the by-law and throw that
$9,000 back in the face of the
government, whicii our member,
.Mr. Maiison, heartily assisted by
Mayor Macdonald were successful in securing, had tlie by-law
carried as it would   have   beeu
Wli��n in doubt
Lead Trumps,
and when you
want a Oodling
and ; Refreshing beverage.-
rink
B.Clotftier,
General Blacksmith
The
th-fr-pei sous-in-question.������
El'kcTor.
Locals.
Dr. Kerr, dentist, will be in
Cumberland from Satunlny, .Nov,
5rh Sitiii-l ay, Nov. 19th.
on the
Coast.
and made in
Cumberland*
FOR SA LEr-8 milch cows, nil
tiiben'.ulw*sia tested, tiuvvriniii'iit
yearly rwordB of ouch cow given,
also 2 eolis and 1 aged nmre, one
colt (iiu'riv broken.
UAYS'IDE, (Carror's Riuieli]
Union Bay lioud.
Tlie CftiiHfliim. Bunk of Com ���
lnerce opened ita   doors for mini-
tiwtir.rin��ructiins "ire obeyed! "*M on 8Ktm,BV ]***>   T,ie 8t��ff
a     . -       '     ,* a * I       . .     . ��� t     . Ham
and ignorance and  carelessness
done away with.    Also any vio
1 at ion  of his orders should be
.s'rictly punished by the city offi
cials for the benefit of our community.   Yours, etc.
iiKALTH UORTHK CHILDREN.
Editor Nrws:���I would line
to ask the editor of tlie Islander
a few   questions   through  your
nt present -consist* of Managei
White. W. C. Brown, of tho Haiti
loops bratioh and A. D. Golden.
recently from Ireland.
B��mia Syhu, a young hilitin,
wiw terribly injurod hy thu iifci-
hMitul dii-clmi'gu uf hii* -gnu, whiln
liiiniiitg ,on Tlitii'Ntliiy lust, ni'ui'
No.   5   mine,    Tho 'unfortunate
NOTICE.
'���".���a """' '
Notick is hereby given that an appli-
i.atiori.will-be.!nacie-tn-Lhe.LegislatLiLe,AiJ
s'mbly of the province of "British" Polum-'
bia. at its present session, for an Act to
incorporate a company' with power 10
build, construct, maintain and operate, a
rulway of standar-l or narrow yuage to
1 e operatea by sieam, electricity or oilier
motive power fsr tbe purpose of carrying
a fengers, loys ano" merchandise,".or
cither, from Harky Bay os Pnrt McNeil,
or "sunie-point between ihem, or some
0 her convenient point ne^r thereto, 011
t e east coast nf Vancouver Island to
ooal Harbor, on die wesi arm nf Quatsino
Sound, br 10 some point on Rupert Arm,
Quatsino Sound, or to 1 cniivi-iiieiil porr;t
on Quatsino, Sound, K. pert 'District, Van
eouvi-r Island, prnvince of 'ititish Coluin
bia; with power 0 cons'iruct, acquire, own
and niaiiiiaiu, wrurveh and docks in con*
nee inn therewith; and to construct, in ���
quire, own, charter, equi_t ami man.tain,
steam and other vessels and boats, nnd
to operate ihe same on any navigable
waters; and with till powers \-ivt*ti by the
'Model Railway Bill;" and with tuclt
other powers and privileges usual or incidental to all or any of lhe .iloresaicl purposes)
BARNARD & ROBERTSON,
Solicitors for the Applicants.
Dated this isi day of November, JQlo*
Horseshoeing a Speoialty.
Third Ave, Cumberland
S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR
PHONE 21
SPATES
The TAILOR.
CLEANING, PRESSING
and REPAIRING.
Ladies' Work
a Specialty.
NOTICE.
TENDERS are invited for the following works:���
1.���To completely clear, that is, slash,
stump and bum about i}{ acres of a por
tion of northwest half of section 8, Comox
District, as shown by six postsas follows;
No 1 on ihe upper Comox-Courtenay
road; thence 105 vards northwest to No.
2, thence 76 yards north to No. 3, thence
79 yards easi to No. 4, thence 117 yards
south to,No 5, ihence 37 yards southeast
to No. 6 on the Comox-Courtenay road.
2.���To fell a certain number of tail
trees standing outside the area mentioned
above, which would be liable to fall into
3.���On an already clenred portion of
th** same section to erect a wire picket
:fencejib-auL_4io_ yards, and to supply
stout cedar posts vand braces for the same
Applications ler form of tender and fid I
particulars to hhdoi
CAPTAIN R T. L. VIGORS,
Fort Augusta Hole
Comox, B.C.
The lowest or any lender not necess.tr
ily accepted.
Ten-Iers to be received not later than
Saturday, November 12th, 1910.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made v.o ^rder
from $20 to $35    All Work First Class
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
K. AIDA
Merchant
TAILOR
LADIES' TAlLOlt-MADE COSTUMES A SPEOIALTY
SUITS OIRDB TO   OfcDEK AND
IN ANV STYLtH YOU WISH.
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
Prices From $20 to $40.
CU MB ERL AN D, -       - B. C.
/ .'��
�� Capital $5,000,000.
Reserve $5,700,000
,    .,- j ,  j-     ���r,��."rl..m���� wits crossing a losr, wliwii tlio
VHlttRble paper, nnd I dun   lutu,     , dUcl^ii,   itifliutinu
to truthful!-/ answer the -same.    ,^ti>y Wl)11.jn. j/tJio joww por
1. Why does he omit in his
platform all question" of morality?
2. Why did uot the Citimis'
Leajjne hold n puldi<* meeting
for tlie naming of candidates for
lhe municipal election?
3. iluvc auy of the men proposed aud accepted hy them been
at nny time convicted for viola
tjon of tlie law.
4. Is a law-bitfaker a fit rcpre*
jseutativ*' for the cit> f
5. Were not two uf the men
proposed and accepted largely
respousibl for the rU fear of the
����wcraK��? by-law?
6. What grudge <.ofg he owe
the temperance catisr?
7. Who nkipn oui  nt pay-day
omittiuij to pav his bills?     Is it
the teuiptMince man?
�����   ii**    Ai**  �� ,.f  i��:n.-
v.     ,1 **���*   4"j     ...*     - ���-.,  -      ...   ,
the jiTiu'.m;,' \.\\\\ \\\" -Mye \*\\\~
- r i.   *         , 1
w any other   bills.?    Does thejiutmal bazaar and   supper  on
Xovemlxr   15th, at a p. m,   A
varied  selection  of  plain  and
ritutik ?
9. Do tbe owners of property
ndvcrtiue for drunk* to nut (he
*.WIiC t
10. Why doe�� Mi biigut Phil*
��>.Hopher (Smithe) suy iii" diduct*
inti-x ofthe Tempera mx <',iu��i' an
ti^uin^ it, and }et nt ���In* twiur
time make a *��oast of lus own
tempcrauce .'
Awai * g, hia rcplv, I remain,
Yrnil   ��� tr'.C,,   int
STlMOlITIOi.WAHI'        UON'KMT.
UW AUDI Mi 1 t-.J'Hi-.M'.NT.t
TIViki�� I-Uli Till. * its.
tion of hia oody, oxnuHing It irt tn
lemiht-s iii u ��horKiiig mun. or.
Fwi'tunuloly some tiitm in tho near
vicinity hoard hid eric, for ln-lp,
and Hpeedilycfimoty hisiisbintanei-',
mul brought tlio hijiii'od ruuii to
tho horipihil, whore ovoryfiiiu-y
that Hiirgii'.iil Hoiuiiiio coulil ��ii|<gi��Ml
wus dotiu toiilluviati* hie HiitTt'i'iiig.
Au operation wiih iuiineiijiitely pc*r
I'uiiiu-il, in which 11 lnr_,o pnrt ol
lhe mtuHtiiicH \\oio leiiiovcil. Tlu-
��� lociori* ����ntfHHiu no  linpK ul'  Iiih
recover)'.    il�� Imu it wife mid two
��� liiMi'di living in   Italy.
Ah ho up Io pren.s wo are in-
fyniii'd thut tlie injured mun Iuu
kiiocumbod to bin  injoi'les.
The'Udle-' Ciuild, oi Holy
I'ttttttv Church, wilt iiold   their
VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.
>'  ,        ......   1 !,..:,  ,
'*"* ., '" * " " -   -    1	
Afternoon tea and ice cream.
Supper will be H'tved fiom 5 to
;.,V< p m., adult* 35c children
ty\   A   programme of music,
.���'.ty '.v?! Iv.' .'i'*'.:i.
-*'r- t
Editor Niun.
inOSf of Vi, 11   Tt   ! ,i
���'i.Mikfr' to . ur
t  think ti
*'   XV:-:*' f     '* (
<��T|r -,;,. t-dt-;
't'..��� u*y��r''i��m   ���.��   u��.. ���*, -....
liner in your la t m\\>.   IU hu
fhe btiirf trrt when li    *>��   "��
|l Ut w* fco^ iimml mUUi  Ot t.i<J ����� I
i hi- ci nu-fi H'xi ,,|.(-|HI     p\f!|    hy
M'Mint ll.ii-.-h L. t>.  L .   nn Mon-
��� ��y i<v*.|ting, wraw 11 nviA *>, |..v*tl.|��.
ful'. upiuitd nt lifiy  ('.'iij.!i* nt.
niliiM", wli<�� i��itji',����i|   th* n.��.|y���
.������Ii sitittiil,- i,.r tin* <��� I*
,.'...      ,;��� -*:..'- M*
. am .1  1,-iA M"��s-ii',   -���*, '.,'*!.
.ff, i������i�� j|r,,*iai;t����i. d   ili,
i  iiC..
- I
i'ltv
VI:,*  a
tUlK'U
Disnict ol'.Sityiv rd.
TAKE NOTICE tl a the Nor h Pacific Lumber Company, Limned, of linmei,
U.C,occupation luiiiliur iiiiiiuifNtuiitia,
inieiicU to apply for pcriniksion to leu.su
the following il(.-scrib.-il forcvh��re on
Campbell Uiver, .o/mniencin-j,' (it ;t jiosi
p mied ,rt the tiorthc.ist comer *( lot 67,
tnciicualonx shore lue in an ea.luily direction lor about 22 chains tu a sm.ill
itl.uul nlwvtn 011 the pUn, ihence Bouth-
eily liillotviny tho .hore tine of lot 07, mid
] at 11 dUtunce of about 3 chain.') thi-ToI'mm
to a po.nt oppoiit-tr tlie rioriheniit corner
ui lo. 66, tcjycthor with the ate. covered
bv water which fonnti the t;..-..i:rly pan
lyu.K between 'he islniid ami the main-
lantt of tuid lot, (17 ai -liown red on tliv
plan attAvhetl lieiein but U"t iu imerfvie
mih tho navigation ofthe nver.
Tin; Noki'i IViuhc J.yMiii*;K|Co., Ltd
Ai.KXANtil*;i( CHAKI.MO.V, AKent.
Dateil 35th UcMbcr, 1910.
An ��iid W't'iliug.viiirti, JAiu-
Stu'.'k whom aoino of iliwulil-
tiniers hero will no doubt ruinoiii*
her, uu-mu to town hint wuck, Dave
wan an old time irrdduiit ot WeJ-
littgton iu its piiluiy dayo, ami ^till
lioldn in kin-ly remenilrmneu the
old burg whicii wao oucu such a
e��ntre of lift* mul hustle. Dave
Una do (ie noiiiu cuinii(li<ral)lu truvel
iill^ i*hi''"  h'rivjrij,r   tlno-i.,   vMlhijr
.tU��*trali* Hiid various piirici uf (|M.
Tliitwd Stall*'*'. Oavm iut**utU iimk.
ing Iti* lioiiui here, ut d wt- hope tu
���v�� }.!�� wih* ;i��nl tmitd.y tnr. in (ii,
li'-ii'- tlltt..*!.       Ti.*)  I'Ca; ..   iu ���,_
I   The Royal Bank of Canada.
I-DRAFTS'   ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL-
I   ''  '_ OVER THE WORLD.
I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to -SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest
at highest Current Hates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.
GUMBEBLANJTi,JBiJL,,,TBj^  8_
COURTENAY,   B. 0 , ;Bub-Branch,   Open Tuesdays and
'       FKJDA.YS.
UNION WHABF. B. 0,,      t)-Branch, Open Thursdays.
M, P. MONTOOJVIERY, Manager.
"LANU HEGISTRY AOT,".
In thc manor of an application for a duplies e ccrtitiCAte of title lo an undivided }. of Lol 233, Comox District
and .111 undivided _ of Lot 8,  Block
2, except the cast 22  feet  thoieof,
[map 522] Town of Cumberland.
.Notice is hereby   _iven that tt is *ay
ultention at the expiration of one month
from   the  date of tbe fisjt publication
her'ol 0 issue a duplicate rerulicate of
title to above above Urn's issued to John
AV liryden on the 2. th of July,' 1907, and
numbered 14619c.
LrndkeRUny Olficoi S- Y WOOTO'?,
Viciona, ll.C.       $��� Uf); Ist rin- Curnoral
November 2nd, 1910;       of Ti iw
SAYWAHI) LAND DlrillilCT.
District of Const
TAKE NOTICE Imi PavldHon-
WuhI Co., L11I., of Vanroiiver, BC,
lumbermen, itiu-ud to apply faru��r
iriixHJnti to piircluipo thu following
dur-aribr-d I'uidi",���Cuinmencirg at a
print pitinled iibotH lOeliitinn north
of a ft renin on tht* i*i\*\ t*itle of Cop-
pur Reiui.i, I.oir-ahborounh Inlot,
about 3 miles from Tmvuy Head,
theuca east UO ehaini*, thei ce huuiIi
20cn��i��i��, tlii'iiru won '20 oluiini*,
10 Lomdil'orou.;!) 1ii!i-i, ihancr*
north ahm��j iliHcbori/ of LotijjIiVor-
ooflh Inlet about 20 elm in ����� 10 tioin!
nf comm-fncemt'iii nt.d containing
���10 i-iorr'*, more or law,
DAvn��fw Ward CJomi'anv, f.TD-
Frudorlo L, \V��rd, Auuut.
Dated Hi^umhei 24th. 1010.
, SAYWARD LAND DI.STKICT.
Duti'ict of Co ist.
TAKE NOITCKilmi David'on-W.ud
Company, Ltd., af Vancouver. H.C, . ������
cupmimn UimWriiien, liilcnrlti to Apply for
pt'imiir-ion to lease iht fullowiriN dr.
iittbrd lands.'-CiiimncncinK at a post
P. PhiLlipps Harrison
�� BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
j        NOTARY   PUBLI CONVEYANCING      f,;
9   DUNSMUIR AVENUE
CUMBERLAND,
=V. BOfiORfl;
manufoctunctt of CtllNERALt UlATHI^S.
CUholesale Dealer in W[N��S, LiIQUOH 5t BEER
P. 0. BOX 140
PHONE 29....
CUMBERLAND
<j. H. ASTON,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER
FlRST-CLASS RRPAIRINO OK ALL KINDS DONU.
KnGLXSH WATCHKS A SPBCIAI.TV "*&h
AU Work Quar*mnt9Xtmi,
Next to Tarbell's,
Dunsmuir Ave,
t_*
,1' **�� ��������� ��� I- ������
Cli. i.n the t-.f
t ....  j,;,,,*-,   �����,
Aide nf Copter Wcich,
PLIMLEY'S ANNUAL
Liiuukbiiroutfii   Inlet   about   lo rhiin*
north of a Mre.im on die Mid e<��it title if
of ��>id Copper rXenrb nnrl 1 chain ent'tr
ly from the *.hcvc hmr nf Cupper Heat hi
1 ticnie urM .ii* iii..M��, vmi.,v,  ......ii   ..
cliiins; thence east ao 1 hiini more r
le.t% to ,11'oint 60 feet east of the shore
hn�� of said CVpper Kcarhi il.ence norih-
erly 3<t chains, but ptrnlli-l x ihe slime
line of 1 ou��{blM)roi)({h Ink1, to the point
of cfi'iimfri'-Ci-.H'tv., .ifi-l <o.it.nniinj .{-i
,��cre�� iin<re or le��s, incltuiini, all ihe fire
Oinir, tuii* i.iiiti-viiml .,11 ut   c.i.rivl   li,
water within rl.e hriip<t����n*r�� ihuicnf
ALI'HKI) 'OIJ.-JsctN,
Agent l��i l)<vir1��>in->V^fil Co, L'.l
D��teA Oi o' e> m b 1910
We nr* clftRrlnt. out all our 1910 slock of
bicycles at sacrifice prices. This is
an unparalleled oppfWypity to get a
high grade bicycle at a^W^jipargain.
These machine-- are Hf-^3^Wfc-^
of standard mak��8f WW^fwJ^^    -.
Singers, * %*
Humbers, ?1*
Enflelds,
Tourists.
1*.. A N. traint will tun through
hi Cameion ht*.*: 1-^-iUotrow.
\,cnr tn tntfi.i #*i��* ninrl.ui.-
iiiunt tn I**- {.'ivf-n nt Cum' ��*r|inn(
H-rlli '-" ^.I'.Ui'dav i'i-'��Miiit^. I'li'li'i'
tlti�� liltfpif*-- r>f tii��*   I ndi�� ��   nf   *|,t*
Marrali'f*-.    y\���. ���,i,a.-,xi',- ur Iwr
a HOI tby   ����b]i*i*l,
Ladies, Gouts and Juvenile Models,
"~THOS. PLIMLEY,
Wl HIO GOVERNMENT ST* VICTORIA, B.C.

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