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 , -"���������;  ���������*������ -X-" -���������  p -..*������������������',.������������������ ir   ���������* iM ���������*..,���������  ."  /  (���������'''"���������  ,:: "y  0Cr 17 1910  THE  'C^OR|A, B-__>^"  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B.C.,   TUESDAY, OCT.  ii, ;9io  Subscription $i.oo a Year  ���������_jJE5  *$$m*%m*m*****4***m**^^  THE BIQ STORE  tnA*tfXt*t*m*ttmi ****** i  i  Attraritti* Sxlpbtta  for fag-lag.  A splendid showing in excellent goods.  We have just opened out the first Import  Shipment of Ladies' Men's and ChiMren's  Ooat Sweaters, sweaters, Wool  Mufflers, Motor Scarfs and  Shawls, We placed our order for these  months ago, and they have been shipped  to us direct from the best manufacturers  in Britain, <-.*  Srt?fifi (Smiifl  We aim to carry the Newest and Most  Up-to date, aud offer jou the finest weavts  and masterpieces of fashion for FALL. We  invite you to inspect all that interests you  whether'you buy or not.  A SPECIAL PRICE on every suit iu  our store. We do not want to carry any old  goods in our large stock, hence the opportunity is yours.,  ���������ftfrflgg      _____  . Our sTo'clM-Ht^  lines, but suffice to say it is  complete,   aud  from the leading makers.  --ttftmft*  WE WANT YOUR GROCERY  ORDER. Our stock is large, clean aud  bright, hud we. guarantee satisfaction. Anything you may happen to want that we have  not iii stock, we will get it for you.  Oar aim is to give VALUES and SATISFACTION.  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave., Cum berland.  fi  Mixed  Paints  Beds and Bedding,  4~H-^H������H^^-^'i*W-H~M'  STOVES  and  RANGES  'flrl**.**.**."1 "I���������**��������� 4 'n l i ��������� I  TRY THE  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland. :  j  ^������*96*;^999n^94**>99^  THE CORNER STORE f   : ���������-~- . t  ou$ stock; op  Raincoats, Slieke ps, Oil ������  Clothing, Umbfellsis  and5  uw*l**t*r-**xbarmmrSm0  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8.   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  OUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND  City Council  Tho council mot Monday evening. Prosent, Mayor McDonald,  Aids MeLeod, Hornal. and Stewart  Minutes were read and adopted,  A communication from Citizens  League was received and laid over  (or discussion.  Communication from T F Sinclair, requeuing inforuuitinn re*  garding sewerage works. The  city clerk wan instructed to com*.  municato with Mr Sinclair.  Bills nud accounts:  Cumberland Light Co. .,. 940,01.  C, il, Tm bull    C. 10  3).C, Gai'MIo,     3.fM.  Wmllrowi  11.40  U Grant & Co 61.86  B Crawford....*.  10.40  C Krauae  27.00  IC Abo  16.00  A H Pmcff.  84.40  Ileferred to finance committee.  Cuiuttahlu Gruy's i*oj������ort:  Scavenger 1110,00  NightWHtchmaii     7150  Hull rant     25.00  Hcuvenger hiieluttn       1 til)  I Uy smiles      1.25  Total tmW5  It w**������ movfil and *f>������j*id������-i| tlmt  tl.tt C.t.4������*li������  l.tMg.1,**.   t.i'   iufuvti.tsd  thnt the fronifHI Imd tbe mutter nf  lic'tine restriction under eotttider-  Mhiti, ������nd tlmt tlw Ins warden* W  aa*m* tu Itak after ntuni jdjiw, oie  STREET  | projecting through roof*  The 'mayor stated   that,   Win.  Brown hud hot.n laid off tempora*,  rlly for non.iittendniieu to IiIh work  and that another man had boon  put In his place.  It wan decided that thn action of  the mayor be pudoiwd and that C,  Kriiusi* bt* engaged at, the regular  Hillary, subject to the cunt ml of tlm  mayor and chairman of hoard of  worka.  It was mnvod and seconded that  unless the contract of clearing 4th  street hu proewid with at ona* the  samo lw thrown open and new ton  dtirs called fnr.  Moved ntul seconded that Mau  Ci*    * .ii       v  _ ulllMi ill    iiijiu.m..    iu   n.-n,  pW/lS'-N'ilon Of M,R'   l*l..|ll)l*.j    'ir-fulT  mfkliig any further alterations at  tWCity (full.  Moved and seconded that Mu*  eity clerk enll for tender-*- for (dear  lug tho park lot-* of stumps nud  log**, ani tut ml tig Mime,  It was moved innl wcoiidedjjthiit  tho city clerk cnmniunlctte with  Mr Manson, M.P 1*.asking him tu  use Ids influence with tlm govern-  iiu-nt to keep their account In tint  district with the 1'oynl Hank of  Canada.  A Rowan asked perm.stdnu to  hold a hotlriB contest in the Cum  Mass Meeting.  *-*_*mmm**m  The mass meeting held in the  City Hall last Sunday evening in  the interests of temperance was  fairly well attended aud the address was followed with rapt .attention by all, Capt Dutton,  the speaker of the evening, is a  Southern gentleman, and his  speech betruys his nationality iu  a characteristic softening of the  syllables that adds a charm to the  grace of his delivery quite unique:  He is an orator of no ordinary  calibre, and his speech, earnest  eloquent, humorous and forceful,  was closely followed from start to  finish with keen appreciation by  the delighted audience.  With him on the platform were  Neva. D McGillivray and U. C.  Hreemau, aud Mr P. Acton, president of the Local Option League.  After an opening prayer offered  by Uev McGillivray and the sing  ing of a jmtiti, Capt. Dutton was  introduced uud held ihe audience  lor an hour with a keen arraignment of the liquor traffic, a  resume of the progress cf prohi*  liitiou iu thc United States and n  most encouraging outlook for the  future of the temperance cau.-.c,  and particularly thc progress ol  the wor-* iu the slates of Washington and Idaho, where lie has  beeu encaged in platform work  for the last three years. Iu the  State of Washington over, a hundred pluce* hnve gone 'dry' iu the  b.-'t e.g..*���������*���������*���������... v.f.i.rh-i, *.wi in N-t*  vemlter yoo mnre }x\w*m nre to be  brought "to 'he test of public vote  on the subject, with good hope  that n large majority ot the places  will go 'dry.* In Idaho, where  Uuvt:������tn>i  t'lttuy oaf. U.*t,������ Limii^  the platform in .*ehulf of the pro.  hibition cause, two-thirds of thc  slate has gone 'dry,'mid Governor Brady has bceti unanimously  renominated for governor. Ore*  g<*n, three tbutths of the Mutt  already 'dry,' votes for state pro*  .tlbitiou on November 8,  C.npt Dutton gave an amusing  Hcemut of lii������ experience iu  Kim*!*.*, Carrie Nation's state,  where the women are allowed to  his hammer fell ou the rock it  said,, 'Prohibition does prohibit.,'  Capt Dutfon frankly confesses  himself-an ���������agitator.' in the tem-  pejance cause, and defended his  position by the story of the two  frogs, who iu the night hopped  into a can of milk, aud the uext  morning were shipped to Chicago.  When the customer opened the  can he found one of the frogs  dead and prumply threw it away,  but the other frog was still lively.  Upon inquiry as to how he had  managed to keep himself alive,  the frog said he had just agitated, aud agitated, and agitated,  until he had numVa lump of butter big enough to sit on, and so  .���������scaped drowniug. Capt Dutton  believes iu agitation iu the temperance cause.  The kindliest- oi Mnuager Cur*  tiss, of the Moving Picture Show  iu placing thc hall and his piauo  at the service of the meeting was  much appreciated,  If nooi COJIPliETE.  | These having been seoired BEFORE  the recent great Rubber Boom,  should be well worth your early  attention.  D  %  !   J.N.McLEOD,  t  Dunsmuir Ave.  CamberUnd  tt*  9^9my999^'t^9^w'*tw^^  YOUR NAME IS GOOD.  - t*mi'irir*-m*a-%* mm%*m***i49l*0mit9},  ANYTHING IN  THE  ���������  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  berlrmd Hull ������*n Monday, Oct. 17.  lo which tntrmiaahii was grwita). i ;���������;-"."." "._ r ",""  U etna MM lliat the PtUi.-. '"!M nv"* n'HT "'"' ^^ 'T  Mrt'mtxrv ������������* a**k������. to close drnln who wa*aprn������mted police mag������-  conneeting with i-itv ������.w*.r as Hit* 'Tatf sent the mupnetor of a  ���������atne wa* a sotiree o> danger. M������llM? !������'������ '������ ������������������*^bigstone wi*h  tonsil a.lj������������n,ad. 'the chfli" **<* m lhe ������ow-m'  Mrs, McKtrjotlts" arrived home  from visiting fr1������*nds at Vaucrti-  whiuI I.Hilni'r, by Monduy'H tioat.  Mr. A. D. MfHun is Imvii.g n  regidi'iuu' luiilt on Bltatighin'ssy  IlfitrhtH, Vaiituiuvor, to i*o**t $150,  000.  Before ynu   kirk  ������t  I land's st-vi.tn, jiut tuke h  rneiir ������itone pile, and tvery timcj vrniicunviir*#,  C**ml*t*r  tetk at  STODDART  THE JEWELLER.  U_r Noxt door to the Royal Rank of Canada, Cumburlaod.    ������  '^ity*mmm^^  iMtn'B -Jjiglt  (tog (Ulnthtng  Tl e cold weather is now here to stay, nnd you  will need it good warm niit and ov-crcont to keep  out. the cold, bnt before you jnuvhiisi. come in snd  nee our stock of Fit-rites at $20 and $25  And our Overcoats at $12 to $20  Ooat Sweaters in Grey.  Navy and Brown    $2.23, $2.50  See our samples ior ii.iavjc-uwne.-i.su,e  FIT-RITE.  CAMPBELL BROS,  AJoint m-etiug of tho Citizens j DISSOLUTION   OH    l^ART  ���������   "    ' ' NUKSH1P*  vnTTCins liereby ci'en that  the p^rtneiship finn ot Mcl.etoi  ������V ftailey wai diseolvd Srpt.  t'-tid t*9to bv mutual couneut  and the bniluess will in future be  carried on by J. N. McLeol. /, It  acrointls *i\r\ oehda npiir*** *i*A  tine tbe aaid fitmi are payable rt-  t������licctiv������ly, by and to J.' N. Mt-  l-*od.  (Signed) J. N, Mrl.rod  ii, W. IMlty  and   DevMlopuieut   benguos   war  held ill the   ���������.'���������"���������'il   rliuiFihwrn   on  Tuowlay evening, i'rt^ltleitt IbdiJ  in the t'lntir, A fair *'iM������1 andiftirr  wn* in atten������lan<������. '��������������������� account  nf *b<.rtm������������s <������f **!������*��������������������������� ** ������"��������� ������������������������  able to gi'v an st^mut of th*.  meeting in this iimue.  Rfgisteratononaiid hate a vm..  * vote at the coining ctfie rife  lions, THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The FOURTH  ESTATE  Novelized by  Frederick R. Toombs  From the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet ford.  Copyright. 1909  by Joseph Medill  Patterson and Harriet Ford.  (Continued.;  "The new boss, Nolnn. Is coming  down to look us over tonight." added  Mellenry. " '  "Wonder where we'll all be working  next weeii?" was ihe eity editor'9 reply over liis shoulder as be quickly  made bis exit.  The boy came Id and laid a card on  the managing editor's desk.  "Miss Judith l-arteltuy!" exclaimed  McHenry as lie glanced at it. "Well,  wbat do you think of tbat. Moore?"  "It's a kick sure, a nrt"-  "By the way." interjected McHenry  deliberately, "this girl. Judith Bartelmy. isn't she engaged to Wheeler  Brand?"  "Seems to me I've benrd something  of the sort," assented Moore vaguely.  "Well, same here, ami Brand wrote  that story this morning showing up  ber father, the judge, ns a trickster of  the worst, most dangerous sort. Now  tbe girl*comes to this office��������� probably  to defend her dnd. Say, Moore"���������tho  managing editor was {wonting excited  -"things are getting warm around  here. Brand certainly h;id his nerve  with him to hand such a roast to bl3  prospective father-in-law."  McHeury turned abruptly to one side  and reached for bis coat, which he  quickly donned. c  "Show ber in," be called to tbe boy.  Moore hastily retreated from tbe  ToOm���������as���������Judith���������Bartelmy���������enteredr  leaving the judge's daughter alone  with tbe managing editor. McHeury  had long flattered himself that be bad  met many attractive women, in his  time, but as he rose to meet Judith  Bartelmy and surveyed this fashionably gowned young woman be  made a mental note that she surpassed  all bunched ln tbe local room In their !  shirt sleeves stnoktug. i'ou wouldn't |  like it. We haven't a reception room." j  McHenry laughed as he spoke. j  In his shirt sleeves, rolled to his el- I  bows, witb quick steps and squared i  shoulders, Wheeler Braud. one of the i  ablest men ou the city staff of the |  Advance, strode Into the ollice of the I  managing editor through the door lead- >  ing from the city aud telegraph rooms. ;  "Yes,   sir."    he   greeted    McHeury. ;  j Theu   he stopped   short   both   ln   his  [ steps   and   in   his   speech.     Ue   had ;  I caught sight of the inauaging editor's  j visitor.     "Why,   Judith!"   lie  gasped. *  I "What iu heaven's name are you doing ;  j here?   I"-   At this point words failed ;  I him. and he stood starlug at her, with j  j his breast heaving violently as the result. *of his surprise. i  !    Tbe girl was also deeply disturbed in |  spite of her previous kuowledge that j  sbe was to be confronted by the man '  6be loved.                                               1  McHenry thought that the moment >  had arrived wheu his presence was j  no longer necessary.  "Miss Bartelmy has asked to see you j  for a tew minutes," lie said, rising aud j  starting toward a door, ".ou may |  talk here." A baudful of proof sheets |  rustled in his grasp as he disappeared, j  Wheeler Braud started toward, the i  Slrl.     .. |  "Is there anything the matter?" be I  queried anxiously. " j  She hesitated before answering..!  Then she spoke determinedly. j  "Yes; two things. First.you did not j  come to m.v reception this afternoon; \  secondly, there is that article about j  father this morning." i  "1 couldn't get off from the office to i  attend the reception, and I am awful- J  ly sorry." he protested. "But as for :  the story nhout your father���������well, did ,  be send yon here?" I  "No. be didn't send me. But I !  couldn't help seeing how disturbed he ,  was. and"��������� J  "Tben he knew you were coming?"    !  "Why. yes."   Judith was trying bard  to understand what be meant by sees- j  Ing out her father's Knowledge of her j  present mission, one which was to ber ,  decidedly unpleasant.  Wheeler was plainly Impressed, and  unfavorably so. at the girl's reply.  "Oh:" be ejaculated disappointedly. ]  -^he���������quiekly~thlnking^M_detMte_d,T  -ueeier. and tf you ruin my father  you will ruiu me,"  She coveted ber face witb her hands,  and ber bosom heaved convulsively in  her anguish.  CHAPTER II. *      '  HE EL Kit   BRAND   ga/.ed   at  tbe girl, and above his own  misery rose his sympathy and  thought   for   her   whom   he  CHURCH ADVERTISING.  Draw  What   Some   Ministers   Oo   to  People to Worship.  A good deal has been heard lately  respecting cheap marriages and the  cluneal competition for fees. In  several   parts   of  INNS OF CHINA.  }flf     tne gin. ami above his own j niore than   one church   has   placed  "matrimonial     advertisements"     on  its walls,  longed to comfort, for the girl of bis '     At  Bermondsey, somo time  ago,  a  choice, whom duty said he must cause ��������� poster was   issued   by   a   clergyman  to suffer.    He yearned to take lier In i which read thus:  bis arms aud wipe away (he tears, but I _."Aru    you  going   to   be   married?  he knew that she would repulse hlm.  He throbbed with the desire to prove  Then wo invite you to favor your own  A Knock  That  Wracked a  Door and I  Raised a Rumpus. i  Some ot  die inns of modern China *  are badly hunt.    I'he correspoudent ott  tbe Loudon Mines In traveiiug across<<  London,   England, j the country recently had this expen-i'.  ence:   "At omy one village had I auy,;  difficulty,    We were marching late in":  tbe dark, and  I   had sent  tuy groom,!  on ahead to tiud uie an iuu, as lie had*.  often   done   nerore.     He  entered   the ,  village, aud. finding the large iuu door 1  closed, he culled out io the people to j  A  Busy   English  Boy  and     His     Motorcar.  the significant tone of tbe newspaper  writer's reply and hastened to explain.       ,    ���������  "1  beard my father say at dinner  tbat be feared there would be another  attack  tomorrow,"  she said,  "and  1 -I  hoped through you to prevent Us pub- !  llcatlou   aud   to   make  the   Advance  them all.   Lier blond features were of { apologize for wbat it said this morn-  dlstlnctly patrician cast. Her blue  eyes bad the magnetic qualities so envied by the many less fortunate women, and the pure whiteness of her  finely curved chin and neck was advantageously revealed by the low cut  collar of her princess gown ot wine  colored silk which clung to a figure  that celebrated artists hud pronounced  unusuul in its symmetry.  "1 desire to., complain about the article attacking my father this morning." the girl began.  "Yes?'' answered McHenry.  "I wish an npolpgy for It."  "la this n message from your father?"  "That's not the point, Tills is tho  flrst time In his life that any ono has  ventured to question his honor. The  article Is false, and r think your paper should apologize for it Immediately."  "Boforo saying as to thnt/! returned  the -managing* editor, "1 should have  to refer the mat ler to tho new proprietor, Mr. Nolnn, You know it Is  not customary for a newspaper to  tnke back,what It snys."  The judge's duughter raised her eyo*  brows lu surprise us she drew close to  McHenry'B desk, where he Imd resumed his seat.  "I should think you'd have a good  many lawsuits," she suggested. I  "Oh, no; not many. We go up to the ,  line, but we uy not to step ovor it,"  Ho picked up several newspapers from i  bin desk. "For liistiiiice"-sciiniilng j  tbu papers-*-"! don't think your futher I  trill feel Inclined to miu* us." Uo rose '  Ki If to und the interview. j  Judith, however, wnn not to bo thus ;  disposed of. j  "1 don't wnnt to detain you," sho re* )  mnrked, "but I should like to unit you  Who was responsible for Hint urtlele." j  Bhe sealed herself In a chulr which  Mellenry iiulli-uteil. |  "We never tell the mime of our writ- :  era," answered the uiunugluif editor, I  lier futher luul dlplniiinlleiilly ung- '  Rested to In.r Hun Wheeler llrinid iiiiuhf i  luivc written (tie story, This she found  flllUctill to believe. Bin she must tie I  convinced, and one of her motives In '  VlNlllllg     llll-'    llL'*_h|l|lpel'     llilll     U'l'll     to  liulc him-- In null lilm io ii'll 111*f Unit ho  wn* not the nut Imr ul the new attack  ,,.'.:   f ��������� ���������'    '      ���������*''      .....  '   ���������������������������*..  I''1"  "'nl  Iniirn Hie triiMi from his lips iilone.  "Is Mr. Kriiuil in Uie ollice nowV" tuu  ashed.  "Y<-s, I think so,"  "Would a bu puSNiblo for ilia to see !  hlin V"  for blm." ���������  Mi'lii'ury summoned tho boy -nml ;  told him to "iitU Sir. Brand to couio j  In."  "We've notl������Hl"-#he neslia������'d-"all :  lliu friends hnve tunned tlmt he's be*  couit'n*. fry r:idi'"H ittt-ly" Judith  tote from the chuir und mcpiied utirv-  ,���������inly tiiitiirt) lli,. i-tUttir i ilf-tit,  ��������� "Uh," he liiiiKti.il, "tlii-*. nil get thnt  jrrbeo they're young, like tin* measles,"  "And tb'ii* M-n.i-tiiiiig tln-j  all get  met, Uul it?" Mtui'iuked eagerly.  "Yen." re*)poiut������������d .Mellenry, stirring  na ttiougb io ii-.iu- tin.- r.HJiii.  Ju-ifrti sf(.(i[i...*i i<[iuir.-'f tn front of  bis tft**tt.  "But I don't wnnt to disturb yon. '  Can't 1 go to uu ouVe,"  ������������������Uel._j.ot tut ������-<* ���������������������.*. as.*-, they're  ing.   1 don't see bow your paper dares  to publish sucb things."     - '  "But,  Judith,"   he   answered,   "we '������������������  couldn't dodge a story as big as that.  We bud to print It  That's what we're  here <.or." J  But sbe was still Insistent !  '"Oh, of course, print the story, but  I mean tbe insinuation all through.  Why, by using such unfair means  newspapers cuu bring discredit on uny  one. .Mr. McHenry refused to apologize. Ho wouldn't even tell me who  wroto it   Do you know?" ;  Brand gave a violent start   At first, '-���������  ln her present mood, he hardly dared  answer tlio girl.    With a determined  effort he pulled bimself together nnd  answered her question, I  "Yes. 1 kuow who wrote It." !  "Wbo?" Judith leaned toward hlm,  gazing Intently Into his eyes,  "1 wroto it," bo announced, !  Juditti started back aghast ���������  "You, Wheeler?    Why?" she cried ,  hysterically. i  "I hud no choice."   lie struggled to  maintain bis grip on himself. j  "You hud no choice?"  "Judith, when tills Lansing Iron ense j  first broke loose," Hrnntl responded  firmly, "I snw tn might off thai It waa  one of tbo slickest-woll, Hint tbor-9  was u big story In it I didn't know  your tn ther wiih Involved In this ot  first. 1 Just followed the- path, and  when I hiiw where It wiih lending ma  I wanted, to turn linck because- of you,  but 1 couldn't." He stopped for n moment, then wont ou: "No, no, 1 could  not stop-not���������even���������for���������you!"  "But It Isn't loynl of you," was hor  response   "It wasn't llko you���������to at������  "I wrnte it Judith." lie nnnntitienl,  tat-k hlm middenlf lit this writ U'a  almost ut if jou sirur-tc rum rr..i- ?**,  hiiul    And no inn not at*. WrM**������i#r,  flint ���������-.ni are hurting me n* nun ti -,-*  j,.������u $i*M-v lam"/    I am tii* d-*t������i!..(������-f.  to her his love by assuring ner that  the attack ou her father was euded���������  but his duty whispered. "No."  Aud to himself he repeated the'-No."  Por he must go on. and she mtisr endure, and the judge must pay tlie price.  Tbe voice of un outraged people bad  spokeu through the pen of VV Heeler  Brand, and he was oue of those men  strong enough to .refuse' to take tbe  price of silence. '  He led tbe girl he loved to a chair,  even as she sobbed aud whispered.  "Wheeler. Wheeler, Wheeler." endearingly from her heart's'depths. Brand  looked dowu on her with a world of  ���������saduess In his eyes. He well knew,  and the world would soon know, that  those who sit in the high places must  pay the penalty for sin, eveu as tbe  lowliest among us who more blindly  goes astray.  Judith Bartelmy had been long  enough in society to jeurii the art of  the control and tiie concealment of  emotions uuder many trying circumstances. Probably in any other situation than iu one where her father  am* the man she loved were so deeply  concerned, as> in the present, she  would have been able to retain a larger  degree of self composure. Several  minutes passed before she was able  to spent in evenly balanced tones.  "Wheeler," she finally said, "if any  one bad told  me that you would or  could On what yon Have (tone against  tny   fittuer.   again*'   my   family'    uar  voice begs ti-to utvuK again   "against  'uie, J  would 0('t tint, tiei-eveO* IL    And  'you have uot  toid  me umt   yuu   will  ���������cense your attack "  \   Brand thought  to palliate her.    He  i*M*ated-diiuseiI.oii.B���������c.ji:i!W_ot_tnjuu!iii-,  aging editor's desk  and   twin   luwurd  ' ber as she sal lu a cimir uear mm -  "Now. Judith, lei me try to explain/  be said eutreatiiiisiy "1 tlituu i can  make you undei-Mand. 'tou set*, ids  Lansing Irou company owned a mi nt  valuable properties ore ranges, machinery, ralliuad trackage, etc. II It  bud been managed unit way it would  uow be u weaith producing business,  but some ot our speculators downtown were trying to get noio ot it to  gamble with. iUey wan ten to milk  it. as the say tug is. by watering it  'J'tiey did liave a stock mantel untile*  or two, which profited nobody but the  lawyers on both sides. Bui tbey dual*  ly got It by Juggling it iuto a receivership, which they never could'nave  done It a United Stales Judge una not  been willing to exceed hm rumtiou*.  Thut Judge wus your tat ner  "Hlfice the works sunt down." lie  went on strongly, "the men are out of  employ inenl. and the gamblers nave  got rich because the company'������ (tone  broke, 'i hat's Just woai happened,  and that's hii I said."  "But it wasu t your facts, I tell you  It   was   your  insinuation   mat   was  false."  "Noi Insinuation���������Interpretation."  "But It wasn't true  it whku t true."  "Oh. yes, It was true, and more"  Judith   verged   ou   the   nysieru-ai  again.  "It yon lovod nip nn you preiend tn,  do matter It you i'intuitu it true oi imt,  you could, nut have written nml art)-  ���������ele."  "L'nn't yon spe tnnt I wasn't writpm  about yum rather, but atioui a timed  Kill H'S indue Wlltl"-  t-iliH ftuived tn rt her nxvay from mm.  ���������Tllilt'*. H|iilftlli|i flairs.  Wheeier."  He walked to Her side  "Judlin. please piet������**e don't let's  quarrel nt-tint min."  1 tie girt turiH'd tn hlin Impulsively,  "Oil tVneelor, we weiv on tllP  verge of it, weren t we'f" He east  Ins nriim arniiiiil ner "*ioure mitrt.  nrent vour' hhe looked tomlly into  in- hue "And you will tithe imcu  innl arin'if.. won't yuu?"  "Vuu iiiiimiit ank mc to do Mint; I  ran t," tiHiKiiiif ut her euriiesil*/. i  "���������nil can't(" !  "No"  Judith drew nwny from hlm a step S  cu two    Hhe surveyed nim couuy \  "Vtueeier, I came belt. IIiii.kiiiij omy  at ui) tut ner. hut I suddenly ttn.l my  seit iMi'inu n much itiurtt situ him i-,iie*. i  tion   not wtist kind of a  nmn lie is.  .bm Miiat Kind ol a until are yuu'' j  (To be t'liiiiiinii'ii.) i  nean*..  Tl       I     ..   .   (V���������l    ,, . i    I,-,   ..,.,������������������   inrm,  so fr.-queiitly, thin iilinimt everybody  liken, ix i-uliipuiuuvt't) in.-w at, mt t;a-  ibii*. Our ftiliitimli . *..!>-.In> U'tni il  u fietive of houth Aineriea und WuH  iiitruiluced into Kuro|H*. wlieucu U  t'liuie lo tlii* countiy liming lliu mx-  teiiiih itinliny ami n.m i,������ rt-'preiii'iiteil  lug broad beau i- tie- Imm ol Instor*/,  uud it* '.rigui i- *���������������' r.mote that it is  doulitfui. It in prolmlily it native of  w.iitiiweiitcrii Atn.t and northeiti>terii  ���������Kur<*j>e. llie bruit.l, but not thick  liiiia bean, called by ^ .nn* folki* "but������  t* r lit'.iii," i������ ������ |-"l������' vuti.-iy tnat cama  ., ,h������ .-..���������.utiv \:n *i-i. > *���������' .- I-.- ii,-, fiV  lie |������iiliki. Ihwii*. *ilh nairy ptitril*.  .-l*. .<    M'lll*..-*   of   f'llitlll    .Illd   .t.liMH   llllii  n:.* ji������ oil. n*1 tuUHui.l v.'/etabli-*,  a- ntiyllnnu tl**. in ������.������'-<.��������� long tint*  ......ult.e _ m^_mm^m_____  N������t  9**e*r*ibl*.  "A mtss ts us k������������mI h* * mil������."  ttut I e*e ***.mir .t.... i.r i/ji*-.  Th* f������J������e ������i*/Seih nr>i ft,ii,rr wn*  ������*. tntin ** *������������ ve ih������i������ |nr n hi.*  Hnwtwtm til** * mian ������l,n an, mf  A lull* i������ n* rfi.n.i ������������ * it..-,  -VVami.il t lli.iii.. L'f-iitMux  beautiful  church  of  St.  Crispin.    Iti open it   Bui his Peking speech is not  ;is the prettiest church for a wedding, j  It is to your advantage to come."      I  It was not so very long ago whon !  the vicar of a little Scottish church ���������  issued a poster setting forth the fact  that he was willing to unite loving  .couples at half the usual rates. As  'a further inducement he stated that  :he was prepared to accept the fees  in weekly instalments from those in  straitened circumstances. It appeared that the decrease in the marriace  rate was felt rather severely in the  vicar's parish, which is* a poor one,  and he resorted to advertisement in  order to cope with the situation.  A   most   remarkable   scheme   for  drawing people to   church was   conceived  nnd carried   througji by   one  clergyman.    This-gentleman had  advertisements' inserted in several newspapers stating   that   a wealthy   man  ;had   handed   him    a   large_ sum   of  money  on  condition   that   fie  distribute it among the people who attended morning service   at   the   church.  The    result   was   that   huge   crowds  ���������gathered outside the place of worship, |  'and a score of police had to be en- ;  : gaged to keep order.   The people who j  were   fortunate   enough   to   get   into!  'building at each morning service were '���������  .presented with 5 cents apiece.  *    It may not be generally known that i  ���������the British town of Holsworthy gives \  ' awards to old maids and pretty girls ,  who    attend   its    church    regularly.*1,  I Each year the oldest unmarried lady  easily understood in Kan-siiVund m������ one  answered hlm I lieu he knocked, and  to Uls dismay the crazy door feu down.  Immediitieiy there was a row. The  Innkeeper and ins vociferous spouse  shouted uut their wrongs.  "Kvery one came into the street to  bear; the whole village was roused.  Wben I arrived it seemed like a demons! rat iuu in my honor. As is tbe  custom, a dozen people together told  me what had happened. 'I soon satis-  tied every one hy hrst examining the  damage and then paying compensation in full. I paid loo cash tratber  more than rwopencei. und my geper-  osity was approved. *  I "The structure thus damaged re-  I minded one ot the jerry built houses  J familiar to students tn Kdtnburgh.  '. where II is on record' that a lodger  I once complained to his landlord that  I the ceiling in his room had fallen  i down. 'But how do you account for  j that?' asked the landlord. 'Somebody  ; Iti the uext Hat sneezed.' replied tbe  lodger." *-  A RECORD IN  HITTING.  Delehanty's Four Homers and a Single  In Five Times at Bat.  The baseball expert Hugh S. Fuller*  toil, in an article on "Hatting" in the  is rewarded with the sum "of 5s. for! American .Magazine,-'describes as foi-  going to church every Sunday, while    *���������_.������>���������' the greatest hitting feat recorded.  the prettiest girl, who also shows her [  piety by attending church regularly, '���������  is  given  the  interest  on   a  sum  of \  money left to the town by the Rev. j  Thomas Meyrick  many  years  ago.    j  Hunton, in Kent, Eng., was left ai  sum of money nearly a century and '  a half ago by a Bishop of London,!  ^hQ^Av-m^JLoim^y^^n^mi^^M^J^u  church, on condition that the inter-!  est thereon   should   be   awarded   to  the oldest inhabitants who were   the ;  most    regular   attendants   at   divine  service.    Every year  several  pounds  are divided  among   the   inhabitants  who are   eligible   to   benefit   by   the  charity. .  executed hy lid Iieietisnty. and which  It was his good fortune to wituess;  -���������Ailuiiis Terry was piiching-a great  pitcher wllh n wonderfully fast curve  Iwill���������and three ot the home runs were  made off (lie curve. The first time  nt bill Ileleliauty hit the ball high over  the right  Held-fence, perhaps seventy  The little lmy running the motor  lives tn England. He is the Bou.  Maynard Greville. son of the Countes*  of Warwick. Besides getting bis lessons, having a good: time at sports an*d>  running motorcars, he has beeu a page*  at 100 society weddings.  A Terrible Discoveryl  An old  farmer living at a remote  farm  in So-nth, Africa determined to  have a no*.*/ set of teeth put in, as his ���������  own were practically useless; in fact,  he had only a few stumps left.   Tha  I dentist made a very good job of the  ,new  teeth,  and when  fitted  in  the-7,  jimproi-ed the appearance of the oil j  .gentleinan so much,  and  aided him  in  articulation and. mastication    so  nicely, that he felt ton years younge**  ,nnd began to feel as if he had a new  lease oif life,   His wife was delighte I  with   the   improvement   in  her  husband's nppe;irnnce, and, looking round  the house, thought it desirable to huvo  the old iurniture repaired. There wer<j  chairs that wanted attention, nnd otit-;  er riurt,.-) of thc woodwork that requir-'  ed mending.   So without saying any- i  thing to her husband she got  some  glue  niul  wrapped  it in n piece o'[  newspaper, and placed it on hor che.4 :  oi dra-Acra when sho went to bed that \  night. I  In   tho   morning   sho   rose   and;  dressed  very early, before  her hut- j  i baud   was  awake,  and   went to tho j  chest of drawers and got a paper pack- i  ot that slio found there, and took it  outside on to tho piazza, and thero   jni*.    When she reported tor work tu  ;gho placed it on the stono lings, uiul M|���������, Hf|t.ri���������H,n she wn������ liitruduceU to  with   the  aid  of  a   small   Ironstona | ��������������������������� OII0 -l)f(..|t<  boulder sho -.oundod it till it was In |  !very small fragments.   On opening it!  to put tho glue in tho glue kettle on |  the lire, to her horror she found thnt j  she had smashed ta atoms her bus-;  band's  beautiful   teeth.    It  appear -  that tiie old (.'t'lillo/iian bud wruppt-.l  his teeth in a piece oi newspaper und i  placed   tlm  packet  on  tho  chest ol  druwers,   Of course, tho truth hud to i  ' be told, and the old lady had to break ,  the news to bur husband.   Tho Ian- I  gunge used by the old gentleman hn������  novor triiiinpired, but nt any nito It;  was snid th.it ho did not appear to  be nddroHsitig a Sumlny-nchool. i  feet from the foul line, which would  be 'l-iii feet from the plate, and the  fence was .'thirty-live feet high. The  second lime he hit over the same fence,  but fun her toward center held. .The  third lime be drove a single over short  slop, a line hii anc( perhaps the tinniest lilt ot ull. I'allien, leaping, touched  the ball with both hands. They wero  torn apart and .the hall caromed almost to the left tielders before It struck  the ground. The next home run wns  straight to the center Held between  llie clubhouses, nearly 4110 feei away,  lhe lust time he came to the but the  crowd wns cheering him on. Lnuge  retired between the clubhouses, which  were set iit.lingles. Delehutity hit a  curve hull. It nllghleii on the roof of  one clubhouse, bounded lo tlie roof of  the other nud rolled balfwuy buck to  the second luiseuuin. Aud yet Chicago  won the game���������8 lo 0.  Doubling Her Capacity.  "I wnnt ii nurse girl who is capable  of taking cure of twins," said a woman  to tbe mtiuager of an eiiipioyitiiMii  agency.  A dozen maids ranged ugnlnst tho  wall were iiucsttoued as to their fit*  nilliiirliy with twins. Finally oue girl  produced documentary evidence thnt  Tor the last tive years most of her  wuklug MioiiieulB had been spent In  Hie company of twins.    t**he got the  The Secretary.  This is a variation of the old game-  of "consequences." but It is more personal and therefore more interesting.  The players may be seated around at  table, provided wltb peuclls and paper and dlrectedi by tbe leader, or secretary, as he is called, each one to-  write his or her own name at tbe top-  of the sheet aud fold it over so as to-  conceal it.  The secretary then,collects the papers and redistributes them, with the  order to "write a character." The-  plafeers set to work tb write a description of an^ imaginary character, good  or bad. or they may take any one of  their companions as a model. The-  more extravagant tbe details tbe more-  fun.  Agnin the pnpers are taken up and-  distributed, all being changed around.,  and the writers are told to describe the*  jPgst life of the unknown person whose-'  name Is hidden at the top of the page,"  Tben follows the order to describe the-^  person's present future, fate or fortune or any particulars tbe secretary-  may think to ask for.' At last the pa*  pers are collected and read aloud, and'  great Is the amusement as each one-  present is described.  Name Characteristics.  ���������This game will please those who like  to ins their wits and who enjoy tt  problem, especially when competition  furnishes njipur. It consists ln writing a descriptive oecotiut of well'  known persons, authors or others, using only words beginning wltb the letters composing tbelr names nnd using;  these letters In tho order In wblcb tbey  come In the names.  An example is given:  W-hose l-mmor'nl l-ines Mvo l-n a-ll1  m-emories. s-overelgn h-onor a-bove-  k-ingly e-state. Shakespeare's p-oetry  e-nehtints u-ll r-cders e-verywhere.  It would be even more amusing to-  take the nuines of some ot the com*  puny present, a nurae might be secretly ulloited to each player.  "Where Is iheothpr one?" she naked.  "Oli, there are no twins about Mils  house," snld her mistress, "I Just  wild twins so I would lie sure ro get it  coiiipi'teut nurse. Any girl who Is  rul-al-li** of liMiidllng two children eau  give extrn good care to one. Thai Is  a little ruse I always employ when 1  hlro a nume."-New York Times,  King Edward and Elman.  Misclia Klinan had no greater ad  mirciH in all Kuropo than King Ktl*;  ward and the Queen Mother Ale'xan*  dm,  tliey   being  iiniont*  the  first  to  reoogtiizo tho   great   genius   of   tho  young lliiKsian and command that lift >  ; appear beforo them,   Mt-unontoe* Irom ���������  tho Into KiiiK. now hifchly prized by  young Klinan, are ft scarl pin, nrusunt-  ed to him three years ngo, and on uni  earlier occasion, when In* was present*!  od with a ring in the (onu of a lkm'j ;  head, the eyes lieii.fi* diamonds.   Tho I  presentation of the latter wns niter j  * V'������"i*i t*'*.t irtfo-tmd n1 Hiiekinffhnni <  I'nlnci at a myHitmlc given in honor,  ! Ut lilti ptcnutu  hut* ni .->i...!'m,   m!w tt'i-i .  at Hit) time viniting the KiiglUh Me. j  tropoll*. Klman'n first serien of reoi* I  tal* in I/union were given under royal;  patronage, aud bin audience, are Um j  most fiudiionable to be seen at any I  ..������������������,���������'*     -������*      '������������������   ������������������      1..1H.,,.  !a little over tive dollars, in the ten'- ��������� _     .  for the bet scat to hear Bluian wheu l ,#"r,> ' ������,,Hl ������ "'��������� -twalt ul  lie give* it recital in Umdon.  The Wolves and the Mast.  "I Imd thought that ii was peculiar  tn human nature to regard that which  one has tis ot less value thnn thut  which one hns not, but I hnd ton mm  to change my opinion the other day,"  niiUI ii vUliof to iho zoo,  "A k������*|������er tossed four pieces of meat  lulu the den of two gruy wolves, One  piece, landed ou die roof uf iho shelter  house, mid a wolf with a luine fore leg  pin**!*.! over the pieces on the ground,  nnd, Mtntidliiu on tils hind legs, tried  nml mod in get tlmi ou the root, which  wns Jiisi out of reach. The oilier tummy wolf gave nU attention to tbu  pieces on the ground und disposed of  nil llu-ee. l.oltm over to the tii'iise, bo  unliTcd for a moment nnd then sprung  upon im. nn.l, u<e Uie limiiu pietu uud  vii'i'iclii'il out for rcj>i.:u-"   New *?or.*  Sun.  , Sleepy Wstehmirt.  At the fire  brigade conference In ��������� _!'���������������������������������   ���������*���������������������������������*������'.  ���������Melbourne,   the  chief officer of the  i Melbourne Hriyml.-. itiA It M.nit-liint-J  hapjuaned when lite alarm of fire was  , giv'ii Af ni-'h* nflf.-linifiri of the bum-  jjig buililiitgh **nn ip-let'ji, and had to  ' be rescuel by the firemen.  A Mean Triek.  Algernon-Winn's (ins I heah about  Mil*,   tjiiifuiii   auweeinu   to   uinwwy  .um Mini liien ^ittitii, umn un tivf vnvttM  it, I'm  tttiwwy hi sny. Algernon - Hcastly  twlck. detih Uiy, Why dou't you sue  her fwh i-<>!-������M|*'M>rt t ,'ua'va sot a  ditncher know.-Chlcago  Set* a.  His Rsvtngs.  ne���������And so your answer it float  Yon will mi be wine*  t*y*e~ Vevff' Rut pray don't fo an-I I  Wow y*.iir titalnt out. ������  He���������It would ix, an idle attempt j  people nny tl I had any bra inn 1 neirer.  ���������bfiulit have i.roposcd to von. I  And Sue-it la fame.  Vr* niiN'tuwe Vour new hnsrt*Jer la  lllernry. I ttm told. Mrs. Mabipt-op���������  Xi~*. iiidM-d Why, with nts U������iks ant}  ps|*4������r*. tw* i\tti-rn his r*tot- weit*i* tbsa  nun limed** I ever bad.-F.Hchsuge.  Mine-' Oeecsttees.  Fiir^eiku'* Shiu - Wlwt la a "mfnor  eperatb*t*,'"  pat    rtartnsnit - One  for  wtil.-h the f*t������ Is tamm thtiM tares flg'trte.  -Arnm ���������*,*% I'iiiN-e.  Cuassinq Game,  ln nrepnriiiton  for this cover fnnr  spaces on the walls ot the room witb-  pictures representing di famous men*  and women In History or times past,  fit  (unions buildings,  i!b authors of  today nud i4i  well known men and*  women of the present time.  Curds, with pencil attached, should  1 be given to each player.    Kvery pic*  ! lure is iiiiiuheieii, and  opposite the  I corresponding number on the card the-  J nn me of the permit or building repre*  | si'iiied is writteu  ,    Mie   iier-sou  correctly   guessing  tbe  largest number Is the winner,   I'rlzoa  may be given.  i ���������  I About Opts,  i We nil know tin* srory ot Dick Wblt*  i tlugious cat uud the fortune which tt  j brought to Its iiuiHier. It wns viiluiibltr  ! beciiiiNo It was the only cut in the  j country to which Dick ciirrlwl It  I Onr tluiMwi'** enr u theili'sceiidiintof  | a very iiiii'lem rniuliv. which was held'  j sacred in nncleiit Kgypi as far bncfc  i as l.'tno li c. It U even said Unit our  j word "puss" coinen iioin an Kgyptlau  j namu far tlio cat. If, therefor*., an*  < tent   llneuj-e   nniniM   for   iin.rihlng,  * pussy ts certainly entitled to respect  I Why ths Sun Sets,  i Ml lie Jack n-k.^i m* mother one  uiulii why the sun set so often. Hint  told nim so ihm ir might rise In tb*  1 moruUm.   ThU seemiHi a useless rea*  I son, und .lurk miiiieu lur niioiner.   At  ���������J.,>������' ,',.- .-.m).  "OI������. I i, now, umi tier,   Tbe sun seta  1 no uuu she en ii* tin ten all ibe daya." ���������  ] Internatiensl Salutations.  The 1'HtMi nnd the French finvs si*  ���������wiiji* hud ihe irreiiicsl coriteiii|it for  len.h oilier, mid ifds coritenijit lias even*  | gone into proverii* An Knaltshnian-  jt-tM.nl.'. of "tHkitiK FreiH-n ii-uy������r" and ������  I l-'rem hniMti "going a wny to tne Kng-  I lUh fnshlou."  i _______  t *-���������--_-  j Ccundroms.  Why are hoti-* i.nli.ief- like tMftl*  .I'i-*   ItiiHi i*.Mi-inii-i -4...rt.**<  iviien u n ttn.-vt Uke a tiyt   WStw  ���������if  I* ||  flr*������*>t**--i,  wim ������iii|M nr*. nmn. r-Ammntt em*  ��������� a.ni thnn <>tt wsirr?   Cuon-attlpa.  Ttma Cste e-sd a Oaf.  T**n es.isits .imriim* in |������ euM  i *���������>��������� i,i������i������������pf ������*iwss*r mt  A ���������������������������������> tnt ll^m^.|t f|n-r*i tnwn the attT  *imi iMtrwi ist.ni t>utt etsay. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  u"  A MARTYR TO HEADACHES?  f|JHJijj^  25c. a Box at your druggist's,  will make life comfortable for you again.  They relieve the worst headache in 30 minutes or less.  MatiaDa- Drac sad C-.mictl Company af Caa������-������. limited,      ���������      ���������      ���������  31  Montr**].  Trie LOST CHANNEL  AT THE OUTSET  Young married couples should start their house-keeping  careers    aright.      Remember,    Mrs.    June-Bride,    that  EDDY'S INDURATED WARE  is the BEST on the market.   Also that  Eddy's "SILENT" Matches  are absolutely safe and harmless.  MATCHES,  PAPER   (of all descriptions),  WOODENWARE,   PAILS,  TUBS AND WASHBOARDS.  Gentle Hint  "I suppose you don't show much  partiality?" remarked the new patron  in the lunch room. "In other words,  you wait on a guest regardless of  what he looks like?"  "Yes," laughed the pretty waitress,  "but���������er���������1 wait on him'with much  more celerity if he looks as if he is  going to bc liberal."  UNSIGHTLY  COMPLEXIONS  The constant use of Cuticura Soap,  assisted by Cuticura Ointment, for  toilet, bath and nursery purposes, not  only preserves, purities and beautifies  the skin, scalp, hair and hands, but  prevents inflammation, irritation and  clogging of the pores, the common,  cause of pimples, black-heads,.redness  find roughness, yellow, "oily, mothy  and other unwholesome conditions of  the complexion and skin. ��������� All who delight in a clear skin, soft white hands,  a clean wholesome scalp and live  glossy hair, will find Cuticura Soap  and. Ointment most successful in realizing every expectation. =������������������������������������  "Would  you," lKs  asked,  "care to  Only  Lost Two  "Doctor, how many times have you,  operated for appendicitis?"      -     ' '  "Oh, at least fifty times. I should  say."  "And how many cases have you  lost?"  "Only two. One of them went into  bankruptcy and the other died without leaving a dollar."  On the notice board of a church  near Manchester the other day the following announcements appeared together : A potato pie supper will be  held on Saturday evening. Subject  for Sunday evening, "A Night of  Agony."  live to btra hundred years oloT'  "Not if anybody knew it," she replied.      (,  Little Johnny���������"Say, mister?"  Mister���������"\V.'ll?"'  Little Johnny���������"Who crossed your  eyes instead of dotting,tliem?"  LACK OTW BLOOD  The Cause of Most Illness-  The Cure, Enrich the  Blood Supply.  Any illness caused by lack of blood  will be benefited und cured by a  course of treatment, with Dr. vellums' Pink fills. These I'ills increase the red mtittor in tho blood  _nd enable it to carry to every organ  and tissue uu increased supply of  oxygen, the great supporter of all  organic life. This htm been proved  by cures in thousands oi cases not  only in Canada but in all parts of  the world. .Uoru people to-day owe  health and liuppincss to Dr. Wil-  hams' Pink i'ills Umn to any other  medicine. Ond of these is Mr, James  titarr, oi Unlaluid, Altu., who suys:  "A few years ago i bucumu ill and  .very weak, Somo days 1 would huvo  a hot dry fever and on others would  be bathed in a cold sweat. 1 grew  weaker and weaker until 1 could do  no 'kind uf work mid was finally confined to niy bed. 1 tried several doctors, who cost Hie considerable  money, but did me no good, as 1  was still getting weaker and weaker.  1 asked the lust doctor who attended  mo to tell ino frankly if ho could  curo me, and he told inn my case was  so complicated tlmt ho did not think  lie could help me, 1 told him 1 had  heard a exeat ilenl about l>i\ Wil*  Jiotiis' J'iuk i'ills und nuked if ho  thought they would help me. His  reply wns: "Well, tliey won't do you  any harm and they may help you,"  J sent for a Imlf dozen boxes at once  ami begun diking (hem. After taking three boxi's tlit'i'i* was no doubt  they were helping me, and 1 continued lining them for mime time longer,  with the rcwiilt that I am now as  Htrotig ami hearty nud can do as good  a day's work its uuy man in my  neighborhood,"  .[we I'ills are aold by all medicine dealers or iniiy be hnd by mail  at ttO cent:, a box or six boxes for  $2.60 from The ������r, WillinniV Modi*  cine Co,, llrnrkvilli**-, Ont,  It   Is  Wise  to   Prevent   Disorder.���������  Many causes lead to disorders of the*  stomach and few are free from them.  At the first manifestation    that   the  stomach and liver are not performing j  their functions, a course of Parmelee's I  Vegetable.Pills should be tried, and it!  will be found that thc digestive organs j  will speedily resume healthy action.)  Laxatives and sedatives are so blended in these, pills that no other prepar-j  aiion_������'-Mld^a_so_.^^  Yet one, exception we recall���������,  No man approves a shortcake small.  ���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Man wants but little hero below���������  At least, the old saw tells us so���������  .  He���������"Perhaps   your  father   objects!  to  me on  account of my shortcom- j  ings?" -'���������"'.     I  ���������She--"No; I think it is on accountI  of your late-stuyings." I  He���������-"Is this a permanent engage-!  ment?" !  She���������"! hope not. I should like to j  get married some time." I  How   a    Picturesque   Spot   in   tht  Thousand Islands Was Named.  Few of the visitors to the Thousand Islands realize how many historical associations this region possesses. It has always been the boundary line between nations, and every  great war in the history of America  has seen some large or, small tragedy  enacted near its waters.  In the year 17-80 two armed vessels, the Onondaga and the Mohawk,  with 1,000 men on board, under the  command of Gen. Jeffrey (Lord Amherst), set put from Oswego, N.Y.,  intent on capturing Montreal.  Just as the expedition was entering the St. Lawrence a lookout on  the Onondaga saw a bateau filled  with soldiers putting out from an  island and heading down the river.  Judging at once that they were  French scouts, the two invading  ships gave chase, hoping to capture ���������  the bateau.  After going several miles the  bateau suddenly peered, at a point  where three hills extend into the  river, and ran down a narrow channel between a large island and several smaller ones. It- then passed out  into a large bay, beyond which could  be seen another and a larger channel  extending among the islands. Knowing that the channels between these  islands are usually very deep the.  Onondaga continued the pursuit.  When in the middle of the channel  the vessel was' suddenly attacked  from all sides by the Indians and  French hidden on the surrounding  islands. The decks were swept with  musketry and arrows. The guns were  trained on the islands, and the attacking party was soon forced to  escape in canoes., Coxswain Terry  and his crew were ordered to lower  a boat and to bear a mess-me to the  captain of the Mohawk, telling him  to turn back into the main channel.  Another boat was then lowered to  seek,out a passageway and, a deep  channel being, found, the Onondaga  dropped down - stream below the  thickest group of islands and awaited  the return qf-Terry and his crew. As  they did not return Ensign Barry was  ordered to lower the cutter and.  search for them. He returned after  some hours,* hiiving found no trace  of the boat. He had been bewildered by the intricate channels arid  numerous islands and had not been  -able-'to���������find���������the���������channel���������t-hrpugh-  which the Onondaga passed. It was  thought probable that Terry and his  crew had, boarded the Mohawk, but  tfee officers of that vessel reported  that the message had been delivered  and that the bout had started to return to tlie Onondaga. The coxswain and his crew were never heard  from., and were undoubtedly captured  or killed. Ensign Barry named the  scene of the fight the Lost Channel,  whicii name it has since borne.  WIDTHKBABYI  Mrs. M. Barrett,  602 Morean St.,  Montreal, snys:  "A horrid  rash came out all over my baby'i face and  spread until it had totally coveted his scalp.  It was irritating and painful, and caused  the little one hours of suffering. We tried  soaps and powders and salves, but he got  no better. He refused bis food, got quite  thin and worn, and was reduced to a very  serious condition. I was advised ibi try  Zam-Buk, and did so. It was wonderful  how it seemed to cool and ease the child's  burning, painful skin. Zam-Buk from the  very commencement seemed to go right to  the spot, and the pimples and sores and the  irritation grew less and leu. Within a  few weeks tny baby's skin was healed  completely. He bas now not a trace of  rash, or eruption, or eczema, or burning  sore. Not only so, but cured of the tormenting skin trouble, be bas improved in  general health."  Zam-Buk ii sold at all .tore, and medietas Tendon, 50c a box, or post free from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, for price, <boxes for Jj.so, A certain cure  'or all ilein rliwa.es, cut., burn., etc., and forpllea.  There Were Other Reasons  At the Lawyers club tlie conversation turned on the rebukes that, the  judges  have  sometimes  administered  to lawyers.   Martin W. Littleton said:  "You know that some trial judges  fare as badly at the hands of lawyers  as lawyers fare at the hands of trial  judges.    Down in Texas there was a  !trial judge we will    call    Jones, in  ja county we will call Mexico, because  ! neither of those, names is at all like  ! the original.    The supreme court re-  I viewing   a  decision  of  Judge    Jones  ljiyd_Mm^^^m}ilimenjt__in   the fol-  flowing word's-. ."'..-.  ! "This case," said the learned upper  j counsel, "is an appeal from a decision  ! made by Judge Jones, but there are  ! other reasons why the official should  ! he sustained."  !    "The court then-went on and gave  the other reasons," but Judge Jones  wounded in his .amour proper, never  j forgot that   first   sentence." ��������� New  ! Vork Herald.  Strand Man���������My wife wants ' to i  name our baby Theodore Roosevelt.    |  Picndilly���������How do you stand on the!  Egyptian question?  This is to certify that I have used  MINARD'S LINIMENT in my family  for years, and consider it the best  liniment on the market, I have  found it, excellent for horso flesh.  (Signed)  W. 8. PINEO.  "Woodbinds," Middloton, N.S.  Why Hti QJdn't  "He knows nil the  best'people in!  town,"   "Why doesn't   he   associate  with them, then?"  "They know him."  ������������������Cleveland Leader. ���������  Hi���������Going to marry lhe rich Juek  liamiiioiim- Why, 1 thought lie had  thrown nil hi*, money to tiie dogs.  Hhe���������Sn li(. did; hut they turned out  to bu retrievers.���������M, A. I'.  Tnurint���������"Lnunpriiie travellers oftfn  fall over thi* cliff.  (luide-~"Nic|t, iiien Herr, never  more than once."  "Pit, what, in a ilcntUt?"  "\ dentlnt, nty uon, is a man who  "  n   , ,    . i ���������   i   a. i   t . i i,i���������,  Alwnys Serviceable���������Mo������t pills lone.  their properties with age. Not no with  I'lirnielii-'H Vegetable Pills. The pill  nitiioi in so compounded tlmt their  ���������Htrcnglh and effectiveness is preserved  and the pills can he curried anywhere,  without fear of losing tlieir potency,  This in ii oiinlity tiud few pills possess, Home iilll-t lose their power, hut  not ho with Puruielce's, They will  maintain tln-ir freshness and potency  for a long time.  Saving Hit  Feelings  The  Ollice   Hiiy   (to  persi.tefit  holy  artist, who calls six times a week)���������  The editor's still engaged,  The Ludy Ail mt���������Till him it doesn't  matter.   I don't want to marry him.  Tin- (Wllec  Hoy- I  'iivin't. (lie  'art  to tell 'im that. miss.   He's 'ad sev*  ������������������*������������������     '! ������������������..  . -  t...       I       I ���������-       T ,*. 1  look in ngiiln next year.���������fhe Hki-lch.  We guarantee the  perfect quality and  absolute purity of  the tflbaccwiuedin  the manufacture o(  SmntouL  Cigarettes.  Art Treasures In Fredericton.  That very keen gentleman, J.  Purves Carter, English artist, has  sprung another sensution. Last autumn, it will be remembered, he rummaged through nn old lumber room  at Laval University, and told tlio  academicians that their storehouse  was the greatest art gallery in Canada, alleging that it contained, for  instance, Ruben's Fruit Garland, also  a Gainsborough, a Salvator Rosa, and  a Poussin,' While a great many people nereed with Mr. Carter, somo  thought thut clever copies, had bam*  foozled hint. In fact, tho Laval Collection is a mystery yet; no ono bus  been able to quito decide as to "tha  individual merits of tho two million  dollars' worth of art treasures in the  quaint Quebec Collego, Mr, Purves  Carter has given it up, though not  his hobby of digging up rare nletures.  He has migrated elsewhere, lately to  New Brunswick. The other day lu>  journeyed to Fredericton, In the  Council Chamber of the Government  building,' four courtly figures havo for  yenrs looked down benignly from*  their gilt frames. Who they aro every  high-sehool boy can toll: King  George of Tea Party fame, Queen  Charlotte. Glenltf. Scottish enrl, and  His Excellency, the Earl of Shcfllold.  As to who painted these pictures,  well, no one in l-'redoricton has been  able to recollect.  ConnoiHS"tir Purves Carter lm-*  como out with his explanation. Arriving from Boston in St. John Ok  other night, he Haid that tlm paintings of King Georgi) ill, and Queen  Charlotte were no less than the work  of Sir Joshua Reynolds; that tl"'  (ilenig one was dono by Graham,  famous Scottish artist, nnd that John  Hoppner, U.A., was responsibln for  the portrttit of tho Karl of Slmiiield.  Took tht Wrong Out.  When anyone -.hakes hands with the  Premier, snys Tho Toronto Moil and  Umpire rorn.-**'xni.l*-iit who lm* bomii-  imnied Sir Wilfrid Laurier to the  \\Vst, lie at once enquired the name  and then makes some remark or comment designed to please the voter or  him wife, lf the tiniiio in Mrs, Jones,  lie insists that it must bu Miss Jones,  and if tlie nationality of the speaker  it betrayed by the namo that fact is  thtsturit upon to ������.*.*> .Milage, out it������������  nnd tin ii t.i'- nt*,*'. wlTy jK-MtWriT.  makes ri mistake. At Selkirk tho other afternoon the Premier wn* in fin*!  fvttli- nml In I ng Ind hand and a winning smile for everybody. As he wn������  drlvlng off  noma  voter  grtuped  hii  li'ifif*    f,ll11ill-.|*|.tic||tlv  "Wlmt is the liamo."  "Sullivan."  "Oh, y������������, Mr. Sutherland. I h������v������  not forgotten your name, It ii a Una  old Scotch name."  "To hell with tlm Switch," responded the voter.  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that  Contain Mercury,  as mercury will surely desiroy the  sunst! oi smell'-und completely derange  lne wnolu sy������tem wnui entering il  uirougu tiie mucous sui'tuces. riucb  unices sJiouid never be used except  on prescriptions from reputable* pny*  sieimis, as tne ua'mugu tia-y will no ib  tun fold to tnu good you can possibly  derive from tiium. Hall's Cuturrii  (Jure, manufactured by l'\ J. Uueney  e* (Jo., loieuo, U,, contains no mercury, und is taken internally, acting  directly upon the blood and mucoub  surfaces of the syaiem, ln buying  hull's* Oiiiurrh Cure be sure you gel.  the genuine. It is taken internally  and made in Toledo, Oniu, by ti, J  Cliuney & Co. -testimonials free,  ���������soul  by  druggists,    Price, 75c pet  | botlle.  |    'hike  Hall's Family Pills for con-  j stipation.  j Mother���������"There, were two npplcs hi  itlie cupboard, Tommy, and now tuc'u  |in only one. How's that?"  | -loiiiiny (who sees no wny out of It)  , ��������� "\\oll, inn, it was so dark in there I  i didn't see the oilier,"  THE THIRD PARTY."  Hon. Peter Mitchell Was a Bohemian  of a Long Disappeared School.  The last of the series of disastrous  fires which have pursued the career  of The Montreal Herald is responsible  for some interesting reminiscences  by Mr. Lutton, the veteran Quebec  journalist, who for years has contributed a weekly page of comment to  that model among weekly newspapers,  The News and Eastern Townships Advocate of St. Johns, Quebec. Particularly interesting are Mr. Lutton's  references to Hon. Peter Mitchell,  M.P., one of The Herald's famous editors, who used to be described as "The  Third Party." Of Mitchell tlie writer  says:  "Upon the scene, then, entered the  late 'Sir' Peter Mitchell, on Beaver  Hall Hill, where The Herald, phoenix-  like, rose from its ashes.  "Now, if ever the true Bohemian  walked this planet, he did so,in. tlw  person of the 'Hon. Peter.'  "When one thinks of the spaciousness of the man; his charming sense  of irresponsibility; his happy indifference to overdue notes; his child-like  insistence upon joy as his inheritance;  his profound and careless ignorance'  of the duties of management; his ingenuous delight in the notion that he  was moulding public opinion while he.  was, in reality, playing the dashing  role of boulevardier; his slap-dash  editorials which warned the wicked  Conservatives at Ottawa that 'we had  oiir eye on them,' after the manner  of the 'Skibereen Eagle,' which warned the Emperor,of Russia "that it was  watching his conduct,' or fulsomely  bespattered what the "Hon. Peter"  called the 'McShane-Mercier administration,' then reigning at Quebec  (save the mark!)���������when one thinks of  these aspects and attitudes, he can  only regret the passing of so gay, so  delightful a figure, for which a more  strenuous generation is not inclined  to find a place.  "To' see 'Sir Peter' sallying forth,  say, in the winter, enveloped from  head.to foot in his seaf coat; to note  him the cynosure of the general regard at the St. Lawrence Hall, where  the local politicians used to congregate; to observe the entire delight of  the large creature in life, in the passing -moment, in clinking his glass,  smoking his cigar, throwing off cor-.,,  ruscations of wit in the careless mo-,  ment, while the paper came out or  did not come out���������was to observe as  charming and inconsequent .a crea-  .tuEeHjaa_&Yer_jnade_fot_the_general,  optimism and gayety." .  TORTURED FOR SEVEH YEARS  -Mlt-MllE." HER S1LU1I0I  MADAM JOSEPH URCTTC  I No. iii George St., Sorel, Que.  "For seven years I suffered from  j womb disease and dreadful torturing  I pains, and I bad constant Dyspepsia and  j Chronic Constipation���������the latter so bad  ; that sometimes I went ten days without  ; action of the bowels. Six different doc-  ; tors treated me and for a year I was in  : bed, constantly facing death. Then  j my husband coaxed me to try "Fruit-  : a-tives " and this medicine, and nothing  1 alse, cured me and saved my life."  ! (Signed) Mme. JOSEPH LIRETTE.  I. 50c. box���������6 for $2.50���������or trial bo*  ! asc.���������at dealers or from Fruit-*-tive*  j  T.imite'i, fit.'..-..  A Wonderful  Breed  Seymour���������"! hear you have evolved  a wonderful breed of laying hens?"  Ashley���������"You bet I have! They  don't need roosts."  Seymour���������"Don't. need roosts?"  Ashley���������"No, sir; they're laying  night and day." ,  An Oil That is Prized Everywhere���������  Dr, Thomas' Eclectric Oil was put  upon the market without any nourish  over thirty years ago. It was. put up  to meet the wants of a small section,  but as soon as its merits became  known it had a whole continent for n  field, and it is now known and prized  throughout this hemisphere. There is  nothing equal to it.  In Vancouver they have auto scav  enger wagons, and it is said they do  not leave any worse ,. smell behind  them than the swell auto broughams.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Garget  in  ��������� ���������-^���������-���������-.Cows,���������..���������^_ ..   Through    indiscretion    in    enting.  green fruit in summer many children;  i la'coniK subject   to   I'holo.a   morbus,  1 caused by irritating acids that act violently uu the lining ul tilt; Ull'-Milli-*..,  I'liinx and itiiiigi'iotis purgingN ensue:  innd the (Minute ny*tfiii of the child1  - Huffem  under  tlm drain.       In miuIi i  cine.-, the safest and  surest liledii'lnc.  : Ih Dr. ,1. I), Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial.    It wiil eln'ck Iln* iiiflniiiiuiitioii  iiilid wive the child's life.  The ehiHH  was being questioni-I on  the cardinal points ot the complins,  ;    "If I turn to the eant and look nt 1  llie li-iilg huh vtlial N behind nu*,"  Hoy--"Yer nlindder."  j Mlnard'i Liniment Ourti Coldi, Etc  i Tht Rat-A -Jlngla  "A rat!   A r.it;" nun-annd   I5...tlu.-r  Jim  I   Ah wild lie pranced alioiit llie tl"or,  "Ot, where?   Oh, wlierer" the n|.-.t"-rs  cn'i'd  !"\VTiy, right iu Kitty's p..in|uniimr."  -Ht. Ni.'liohiM.  '      TVH,,.., Wf    ������'1?(.i'n     tuiar,   t'.'it     evil.  iloi.kiru* rnsenln,   I nhouldn't wonder if  VII'   Vil Iv   fl.'til   up.  ILiiii* "I'm iifr.u'.l m. 1-y the l.y,  liere'x that dollar yon hut tue thin  morning. '  Down to Z1 Banki,  ���������T'th the -viri-mtidiitlon et the TTnfn*.  Bank of Halilsi and the Royal, an 1  tho liquidation of th* Sovereign Ran*,  the numlwr of bank* dolnf buniw������������������*  in Canada i������ reduced to twfnty-i.ev.-r.  Of thtufl .ourtwn hm thai- hutd oh  Ae* in Ontario, nine In Quebec, two in  Now tkntia, nne in Sam ftran.-u*  Fita. id U>>u������ la*.a pii-I ui> ai,'���������'���������>���������'���������  l*������������ than ��������� million-, till Um tntit erat  Uut amount.  DODDS '  KIDNEY  V PILLS  V V        ���������      Ml-* ,  "it  UMA'j^V    *'  r* t  l ��������� M A . ' f  ' f* 11 t    T 1   *'  Land Turtle.  There is one little denizen of the  marsh world that makes his slow way  quite unmolested .amongst the prowling food-seekers of the drowned lands.  Science has fastened a long Latin  name to this fearless little chap, but  the barefoot, freckled boy calls him  "mud-turtle."  Ho is found along the causeway*  and waterways of thc warm, dark water and muck bottoms. At the slightest sound he pitches forward and  hides himself'with'lightning-like contortions in the friendly water weeds  and, if you stand quietly by and  watch, you will, ere long, seo him  swim to tho surface, protudo his littlo  snake-like head on its leathery, wrinkled nock and watch you from bright,  yellow-rimmed eyes.  Ho is a curious, good-natured, even  a friendly littlo creature.  His sholl house, which ho carries on  his back, is beautifully marked with  varying shades of . grey and brown,  slashed with flocks of deep vermilion.  Should hungry mink or gliding  marsh snake appear, ho has simply  to draw iri'his head, legs and short,  spiky-like tail and bo immune from  danger. That shell, with its sharp,  corrugated edges, makes tho turtle too  indigestible a meal for hungry worn-  por, mink or marsh-coon to relish.    ;  And so tho harmless littlo land- ;  turtle, who is first-cousin to the i  ferocious snapping turtle-, commonly !  called "moss back" by tho boy of tho  freckles, lives out his days, Ho growi .  very slowly and outlives almost any ���������  other denizen of tho marsh or wnter. '���������  Through tbo long summer days lie I  suns himself on bog or log and when i  tho cold weather eomos ho burrows i  deep in the muck and uloeps out thu  long winter.  A Story of D. McNIcholl.  Mr. T. C. Irving, of IlrudstreoH'  agency, Toronto, is a famous collector ;  of anecdote:** and personalia. He has  lately been in the Wost and according  to Tho Vancouver Hunsit hns been  telling the following stories of Mr.  D. McNieholl, vioo-proiiidont of tlm  CIMl,:  "Hero is the first.    A  woll-known  genera)  manager of a big Canadian  hank tried to collect a hill from tlm :  t'.P.It. Whether the bill was ft Just ono  or not matters littlo for the purposes  of thih story,    Anyway the general-  manager became exnMpcrntod with thn  ('.I'.l!   and  unite n caustic letter to  Mr.  Mi'Kleholl in  wliich lin snid if  tho bill  were not paid instanter he  would  imitruft every  brunch of hi-i  Imnk not to una tho C.V.H. passenger  traitiM   when   avoidable,   not  to   umi  C'.P.ll. telegraphs, nor C.P.K. express  Unon, nor anything with it C.P.K. la.  bul on It,  ...     ,,.,,,,.        .        ,  t.- t  ....,  ���������>(....,..-,.     ". -.     -���������    ���������     ���������  nnd in the point     tie ������nid if the ecu.  oral'innlinger carried out Iiih throui bo  would iimtruct- every eiuiiloyu of tlie  CPU   to refill*, nny Imnk hill* bear-  im? thn laln'l of that particular hank.  When   tho  generii|.miina������er  got thnt  li'tter hf f-oii.-lild. .1 h- Imd plny.il the  h rung ca nl wiin :vlt >i. \.. ik.ii. wnui  would liap|H'ii to any bunk wbone hilU  were nymniiuitii-iilly r.-lustij by tbo  C.P.H. can be oii.-uly imagined. Any.  way tlm hank never boycotted tha  C.P.U."   Prttmun th* H liter Jan.  It wan an KnaU*h bUhop who, when  the historian Freenmn hnd worn out  but patience witn nm rud*���������i>������������������, jotro*  dmvd him to a muitme audience at  "the dittinguitiip.l tcholar that ���������-*> admirably deutritx*. ond illuttratet tht  ���������itvagery of our ������n<*e������Uir������."  A fc������rti������h tuptrtt'iltjtitn.  In f-cxlhtid hrir.^r.g n fW-rfnt;  hav.'horn info tli** iiontt loitla.lt a  drain in tht family, '  He looked in a store window and  saw, "Hats reduced." ������������������"Heavens!"  said he to himself. "What was their  original, size?"  Your Druggist. Will Tell You  Murine 'Eye Remedy '��������� relieves Sore  Eyes,' Strengthens - Weak' Eyes,  Doesn't Smart, Soothes Eye Pain,  nnd sells for 50c. Try Murine in  lour Eyes and in Baby's Eyes for  Sculy Eyelids und Granulation. 1  I      v    '    Undoubtedly Bad  !   Mary Mild-rWoiildn't. you call her  I a���������aii   doubtful character?"  Carrie Gnustique���������Not unless you  '.ynnted' to give lier the benefit of the  doubt.���������Smart Set.  TELKWA, B. C.  On innin line of Grand Trunk Pa*  oiflc Railway, in midst of rich  agricultural and mining district.  Lots from $100 up. Write for full  partioulors.  NORTH COAST LAND CO'Y, Ltd.,  410-11-12 Winch Building,  Vancouver, B.O.  London Office, 6 Old Jewry  WeakWomen  should heed such warnings ns headache, nervousness, backache, depression and weariness and fortify  the system with the aid of  fold Cvtrywhtr*.        in Boiti a* cent*  Buy The Best  when you buy Mlt tlltrtf  lot yotit hmt, Qu.lltf  tat bttulf art bolt  tttuttdbftheatlna  I84J ROGERS BROS.  ware   Undt In tnt htttltlt trlplt  pltlt, btatt lit ptpalir IMt  "itlnr Halt that Wi*rt"  tn mt, tntf lilm tilt**,  tit,. ���������'��������� IflllHtt  MtftlDKNtmTaOO.  ���������old iv t*n*mnn oatiaat  Send Your Monty'  BY  DOMINION EXPRESS GO.  ...... v r...V  Ord������r������ and Dralts  Tlm i-In-iipeM, ft**.,.'*.! and inoi>t  i'i.iivi nii nt wny to-remit m ft ney  to uuy pnrt of the world,  Rat������i* for     Domett Ic     Monty  Ordur,.  ,"���������* aii I uu-l.-r '! ��������� -j-,.,1  over    .'������ to |l������ <i cent*  ..���������������������������������*���������    in ������..    Ml 10 eenU  <,v* r    -VI li.    Ml  A', cut*  Motny ..int liy Telegraph and  (*..|.|.. tn ..tl |>riii<*i|i������l citi.-m,  TravitlUrt,' Chtqutt luutd.  Annuel** In all C.P.R. SUtiont,  W. N. U��������� No. m. Spy  ^  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLA-Nt),   BBlTggjC^TJgg^  The Bmatota^  hiesdnv  818  bv   the  Issued  Every  Comox   t3t   Cumbet'lanci  Publishing  Comoany  Ths������ paper will turt ludd itself  re-?|Hin8il������le for the opinions uf ui.li-  firs, as ttitiy appear in it* column**  <roii. time to time.  .   ���������,.. ��������� ...,  .      .  , ,.,   .. ���������_,,  TUESDAY,    Oct, Uth,    1910,  R U PKRTI. *ND DISTRICT  lHatt-fotof Rttie-t.  TAKE n������.tic that Lilla Elean.-rJ������*n'in-  ���������,011  01 /ancoii'  i. 'i *���������'.. .ic������iip;ilioii,ni*i-  rinl woman, intecd-. t<>apply f������r ptrna'S-  s to purchase  the following described .  u.hIs:���������L. E. Jeukinon's S.E. cruer,'  OoimuenciiiK at a post pla* Ud at the  norlii east corner of .Seotion 1, Township  ���������il, *.heuoe we-t ICO chnins, thenoe nortu  -S chides, mnre or ies. to Georgia L������l--e,  .li. uce e_tt ijoug the lake snort* tu Towu-  . hi(j line, theno*. m.uth 38 cbaioi more <>r  U.i to place of oaiiimencemeui coutaiuing  640 acres, mur������ or ti)8������.  LILLA ELEANOR JENKINSON,  Wm. Leslie, Agi-ut.  D������t*d Juue 23rd, 1910  LAND ACT.  Form   No.������.  coast land district.   ft   -    Ml        *     .  District oi Ooast, Range 2.  TAKB NOTICE that Edward C  Townsend  of    Vancouver,  B  U f  gentleman, intends to ������ pply for per-  tnisffon to purohaFe the following  described landa:   Cominenciog at a  po*t planted about 7  miles   north  and 2 miles east of tie   Kouthcui-t  corner of CL 3358, tbei-ce south  80  -chuin->,   'hence   wost   80   chain?,  thence north 80 chain*?, thence eaet  80 ohains, tb   post   of   cmtiraeuce-  meutt containing 640 tici-cc-, more or  less.   EDWARD C TOVVNSifiND.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Distriot o? Kui.ert.  TAKE NOTICE th.t Lilla Florence  Jenkins-iii, of V'.ino.iuv<*r B. V. oi-cupau. n  .-jpiiuter, mteads te apply tor i������*rmi>si>.ii  to purchase ike fallowing tlt-sciibeu luud*:  Couaiueaoing at a pott plaotei ������r. tie-  uorth tast oorner of seotion 86, T������.wi������-  si.ip '20, tbsnoe aouU 80 chaius, the.iui*  *e.t 80 ch������i..-, thei.c<! north 80 chains,  thw-eu east 60 chains to p]������ce of o-m-  meuc nwut, co. taining C10 uor-s more  or in**.  LILLA. FLORENCE JENKINSON,  Wm. Leslie, Agaat.  Dated June tflgt 1910.  Form of Notice.  Coast District,  DUtrieVof Range 2.  TAKRnotide that William  Leek,   of  Vancouver, occupation Engineer, intend.  to apply for permUsioa to purchase the  foliowiug desoribed land*:���������  Commencing at a pusi planted on the  beactt about oae and n half milea South  HaA from the South East corner of C. L.  3358. theuce Nortb  eignty  (80) oluius,  theuce K������t eighty (80) uhkius,   tbenoe  South (80)- chains,   theuoe   Wet   (80)  tbi|ius, to poiut ot' coii.meno-men', con-  taining six buudred and forty auies, moie  or Kim.  WILLIAM LEEK  N.nm uf App.ioaut  Du.edJnne 4th, 1010.  noi-iJitwst''corner of No 6, being four  miles north ofthe south .vest corner of  Nt. l, thence norih 8o chains, theuce  West 8o chains, thence south So chains  thence east So chains to il-e point of  commencement,  containing 640   acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4. *9*������* ,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  LANU ACT.  Form No. 9,  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKK NOTICK thnt Frank W.  Leeson, of Vancouver, B C, broker,  intends to apply for \ ennission to  purchase the followi -g described  land*: Conomencin-a at a pont  planted about 7 miles north arid 2  miles eaet oi the south' ������-> corner ������f  CL 3358. tbenee nort!> 80 chain**-,  thence east 80 chains, 1 hence fouth  80 chains, thence weet HUchninp, to  post of commencement, contaiiiin������  640 acres, more or les*.  FRANK W LESSON.  Dated July 27th, 1910  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE NONCE tb-t   Paddy Clement  Blythe, of Vanoouver,   11,0. occupation  Logger, intends to apply tor permission  to purchase the folowuiK described lands:  Com.iiencinij* at a po-t i>Jun.������d at tbe  southeast       c-.rnt-r      of        Sao-  u u 13. towuahip 21, iM.rk-*-*!  P. C. Bly-  tiu S E. corner, theno.- n. rth 80 cb������ii.s,  th������nce west 80 chai'.s.  tlituce south 80  clin.it s, ihence e������t 80 ch-iius to place of  comuieucmeut,   cont������iuii>g   610  acreu  moie or le*.  PADDY CLEMENT BLYTHE  Will. Leslie, Agent.  Dated Jn������>e 30th, 1910.  LAND ACC.  Form No, S),  Form of Notice.  Co.et District,  D'Stricc ut lUngo 2.  TAKE notiee that Verna Leek of Vancouver, occupation S-wnieti-r, iuteuds to  apply for permirikii.n to purchase tbe foi.  lowing desoribed lauds*,���������  Commuuciug at -x post planted at the  North West oorner of Ne. 1, theuce West  eighty (80) i-nidiis more or !e-s to C. L.  3358, thenco Nurtli eighty (81) chnins a-  lontr O, L. 335S, tbe--.ee Ewt e ghiy (80)  chains, thenee South eighty (������0) ck-.iu������,  tu tbe point of cotumei.ceniei.t, eontniu-  iug six haudred ond foily (bM:0) acie������  more or less.  VERNA LEEK  Name uf Applicant  Dated June 4th, 1910.  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  ���������- District of Range 2.  ������TA KE N OT1CE that Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, oceuuation engineer, intends  to apply for pern.ission 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 ch.iins, ihence  souih 80 cliains, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of commencement, containing six hundred and forty, 640, acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4,1910.  Form of Notice.  Ooast District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Burton Hoi*  land, of Vancoufer; occupation, accountant, intends   to a_pty for per*  t_i������8ion 00 purchase the following de-  soiibed lands: Commenoing at sport  planted at tbe north east corner oi No  12,  being foor  miles north and  two  milts went of the south west oorner ol  No. 1, thence nortb 80 chains, thenee  ttt-at 80 chait-������,tbeiioe sooth 80 chain*  tbenoe east 80  ehains, to the point ol  C'tnaaeooeaitint, eon lairing 640 aores.  more or less.  BURTON HOLLAED,  Name of Applicant,  Dated Juue 7th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  ,   Form Ne. 9.x  Form of Notiee.  Ooast District, Range 2  TAKE   NOTICE   tbat  John   M.  Stewart, of Vaucouner, occupation car  pen ter, intends to apply for   p-arnii-.-  lion to purobase the lollowing described   lance:���������Commencing   at n  pott  planted ae tbe northwest eorner of No  11, being three miles north and three  miles weit of tbe southwest eornsr of  No 1, thence uorth 80 chains, tbenoe  west 80 chairs, thence sooth 80 chains  tbenoe east 80 chains, to tbe point of  commencement, containing',640 aores.  more or Um. JOHN M.STEWART,  Name ol Applioant.  Dated June 6,1910.  COAST LAND D1STK1ST.  District of Coast, Range 2.  takk notice that Gaorge   More,  of Vancouver, B.C, bro kur, imends  10 apply for permission, to purclun-e  the following described innd1**: Com  tnencitigat a post plained al.uut 7  miles noith and 2 rains east of tho  southeast corner of CL 3i!58, Uieni-v  north   80 chains, tlience weft 80  chaina,   thenc*  south   SO chnins,  tbeuce  east   80   chains to ywi of  coru.nencement,   contai- inn    640  H<ire������.moroor less,     ckougk moue.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Ruixrt.  TAKE NOTIOE that Ruth Kwii.Cl-.rk  of Vancouver, B. 0., oooujiatiou ui,\rri*d  woiuuii, intends to apply ( r purtninBion  to purohaae the following di'i.iii.cJ lands:  CouiuwinolnnK at a post tiUuitd at the  uoUtk east corner of seoti u 1, Towuahip  21, thenoe north 80 ohain., ihnnou weit  HO oliftitu*, thsDCO south 80 oliam., tbhuue  rait 80 oht'.DB to pUoo of O'liumenMumnt,  oantslniDg 64U seres, more or Us.  RUTH KEZIA Cl.AHK,  Wm. Lotliu, AKeat,  D������Ud Jane 2Ut, 1910.  UUl'ERILAND DLSTUICT  Uisirict of Rnp������rt.  TAKE not o������ that Wiilium Robins -i>,  Ot VancoUvsr, b. U. occuiatiuu Salesman  i iteuiU tu np^iy for per.iiis.ion tu pur-  chime the foilnwog d-scribed Im-d-: O-iu  meuciuK at ut u p.������t planted ������t the *S. ti.  corner ol .Secimi U, T.;wu.*hip 21, nnu-k-  ed-W. l<oiiiu-ou, S. E. coiner, theuc  n< rth 50 uuttiii", tbenoe w.ei. 80 uhui-s,  ibo.ice fout** 8u chaiu*, theuce e,->st bu  oi.mn^ louJaoy of cpjiimeiicemuut, contain  iuu 610 acres, m������r������ < r leati. ~  WILLIAM ROBINSON  VVm. LeHi.e, Ageut.  Di.t.<i Juieouth, I9i9.  LAND ACC.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Const Digtriot,  District of Range 2.  TAKE notice -.hat Elanor Leek of Van*  omvtr, i.ccupatioo  Mimed woman, iu-  UnJs to apply for peruihsiou ti> purchtue  tho following described lands:���������  --Conim.mi:Ug,aM4>ogt_pJ^y__e_I  at the  LAND ACT-  Form No. 9,  l*'orJi of notice.  Coast District Range 2,  TAKE NOTICE that William H,  Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, gen  lleman; intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the north east corner of No. 6, beinsj  four miles north of the south west corner  of N>>. 1; thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence south 80 chaius,  theuce west 80 ohains, to the point of  commencement, containing six hnndred  ���������ind forty acres, more or less,  WILLIAM H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  For m No, 9.  Form of Notiee.  Coast District, Range 2  TAKB NOTICE tbat Alex F'Brenner, ot  Boston, occupation eu*_iuecr,  intends to apply lor permission to pur-  cliasn tbe lollowing 'described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at tbe  northeast corner 0! No 12, being four  miles nortb and two miles weet of tht  stntbwest corner ot No 1, tbenee nonb  80   chains,   thence east   80  chain**,  thenoe south 80 obaint, tlience weet  80 ebaine, to the point of cot-amenc.-,  uit-ut, Containing 640 acros, more or  I lest. ALEX F. BREMNER.  Name ol Applicant.  Dttte-1 June ?, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coaat DUtriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Alexander McPhee  of Vnncouver, occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purobase  the following dencrtbed lands*.���������Commencing at at a post plauted at the uorth west  oorner of No. 12, being four miles north  aud three miles west ot the eouth west oorner of No.l, theuce north 80 chains,theuce  west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  tlitmce east 80 chaina, to tbe point of commencement, containing 940 acres,' more or  less, ALEXANDER McPHER,  Name of Applicant.  Dsted June 6th, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  RU PERT LAN I) DISTIIICT  D ������tric. ot Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE tbat I, R 'ward T'������orn  ley, if! VhuolUv*. B.C., o-cuijiihoii,Traveler, i' tends to apply f������r permis'iun to  "U'chtsii the following de-cri!**. i   ltud*:  O-''~t'ii*-nciug nt 0 po������t plH������t-?d nr. the  northeast eomerof .S.oilou  !'.������, Towchii.  21, ihence east 80 oh-ins, theuce ati'h  40 ebaiiM, th-uee wist 4G clini.-fi mote <>.  itss to  Q(.or_ia  Lake,  tho**ce wi-tcrly  slong north shorn of lake t)."i chain-, ui.ne  or lea* tc where section lint between   Sic.  12 and I.H intersects la 0, tliem-." eiut 60  chains more nr los- to place ot coinmei.c  nu'tit uiscrili.'d on po-t 80 ch/ins t<> N. K.  C'iroer, K Ttiornl-.y, cunt-.i.iat"g tltO acres.  mor������ or Usi.   RDWAR1) THORSLEY.  Wiu.Lohlie, Agent.  Da'oil June 38th, 1010.  NorthWcst corner ot No. 1, theuce Nyrth  eighty (80) ehaini*. theuce East (80) chain*  thence South eighty (8") ohvns, tbei.oe  Wost (80) chain*, to pu.t of con.meuci-  mont, cxiutaiiiiug six huudred aud foi ty  acres, moie ur lees.  ELANOR LEKK  Name of ApplUaot,  Dated Jnne 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  RUPERT LAND DMTKiOT  DUtriot ot Rupert.  TAKB NOTICB thst Hunt* Nomun  Wurtdey, ot Vanoouver, B.C.. ooupntioB  hmk-kooper,inUuda tu apply fur |sirmU*  sIhii to puruhsae ths following descriutid  Iftiidr.��������� Cummeiioisg at a ������ost pUnUid ai  ilm������outh wost. coruer of Ho 1 ji* l8,ro*n  oliipM, punt marked O.N Worduv's 8.  w, coruer, thonce enit 80 chains, tli*.*.***  uurth 60 ohsins, thenoe west 80 nlminH,  ttisuoe south 90 ohnlns U piu'O't com-  ineuM������ent, eoataiuiog tii'i ih-ton, uor..  sr less,  UXOKQK NORMAN WOKHLBY,  Win, Luelie, Autwt.  1������ .tml Jus* ttMb. 1010.         UUPRltr LAND DISTKICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE tho I. Katnnel Bow-  den, of Vancouver, U. C, occupation mi  iug eaitineer, iateeds ie npply for pt.rmi'  ���������ion to pmoliase Ihe following iiesoribod  laiid������:���������-OoinmsHciug at a punt plsuted nt  thn south wfMt oornsro' Smtion '.', Township tti, thi not nor; h 80 cbolioi,   'hone  ���������n������t 8t) chains, theuce  south 80  clndns  thti-oe west 80 chains, to pluoo of oonun  eiioemrat, ouulamitig 640 *eie*. nine cr  lest. SAMUEL B'lWDEN,  Wm. Jytflit), A (.ent.  Dated June 31st, 1010,  LAND ACT.  Form N... 9.  Form of NoiiMe.  Cos't pis liet Riti.g'ja.   ���������������������������;-i;A'"  TAKE NOTICK th.t Kn neriueBrowii,  .xCHpatiiin  widow,  iuicud������  to apply (or  pirniisoioa t" put chase Ihe t li������ ��������� lug do-  surided  1 inds:   0 mtuunoicg ������t a pus'  pliuiteil at ths nortli.* 11 1 ooruer of  No -'  (l)<.*in������tw������ miles north ot tli������ south Went  aimer of No 1) tbutioi north ei������bty (80)  ohsins,  tliei'Ce wo* t  eighty (80) ulislns.  tbenee south eif-hty (80) chains,  tbentte  east eighty 180]chains, to the  point <f  coiniiiBUoeineut, containioj* *ix hundred  and forty [(U0) acres, mim or less.  KATUKKINK BROWN,  Nitmo of uppliiinut  Dated Jane 4,1910.  ""      LAND AOT.        '  Form No.O,  Foim oTNatice^    "    :      ~  ,,      Const District.  District of Range z.  TAKE NOTICE that George \Vha-  len, oi Vancouver, occupation, eontructor  intend'to apply for permission to purchase   thc   lollrwiny   described  lands  Commeiicing; at a post planted about on*  milc west from the north west corner ol  No 2, heinj; iwo miles   north   and  two  miles west o( the south west corner of No  1- ihence north 80 cnains, thence east 80  chains, thence south 80 chains, more or  W* to C. L. 3358, thence, west, So chains  aloD)j said licence tii point of commence  ment, coutaining 640 acres, more or less.  CEOkGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910   LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form ol Notice,  Coast Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tbat John Mora-tic of Vanoouver,occupation eonstruc-  to'r. intends, to apply for permission  to pnrcbaxe tbe lollowioR desoribed  landsi-Comroeuciug ������t a post planWl  At tbe uortheset co;oer of No 14, <���������'-'  ini* fi,e m,leB nortu aod two "'''*  west of tbe southwest eorner of No 1,  ���������.u.nce north 80 chains, tbenee west  80 cbaiDS. thence south 80 ebaine,  thence east 80 chains, to the point of  mroeocement, contatnini: 640 acres,  JOHN MORAVIC,  -Name-o.-Applioan t.  co  more or less.  Ceatt Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICB thit Naomi McPhee,  of Vancouver, occupation, turn ried woman  intoads to apply for permission to   purchase tbe following described lands; Cum  mencing   at a post planted  at the north  west corner of Ni������. 14, being   five   milea  north  and three miles west. f the  south,  west comer  ������f  No. 1, tlience  uorth  80  chains,  thence  west 80  chains, thence  south -SO chains, thenoe east 80 cliainu, to  the poiut of cou.meucenient, contaii.iug  ti-iO acres, moru or lesa.  NAOMI McPHEE.  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 6th, 1910.  Dated June 6,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No 9.  Form ol N-rica.  Ooast Distriot, Ring* 2.  TAKB NOTIOB th������t Jottoih Mor*  ivie,of Vanc-'iiver, occupntin-i no-:in*  er, intends to apply lot prrn.i.sion to  purohase the lollowing described lauds:  Oi.ramt noing at ������ post pliunen at tbt  n rtbpaoi cemercfNo 14. being." B*(  uii'es north and two ni'les weet ol th.  1 mhwtptoornar of N* 1, ibfnce north  80  cbains,   ihence  eat*t   80  chains,  t fnee soiith.SO'Ohaiiis, tlituce westfiO  obaios;to the  point   o|   coiiiinenot-*  mt*ut coutuininr. <W0  a<?M������, more or  less.      ���������     JOSEI'-d M0RAV10,  N'ltne of At) li".tvnt.  Dated June A 1910  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Bull, of  iuiuuds.  Coaat District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE th������t Lewis J.  Vancouver, occupation, fureuiau.  to apply for .pt-rmissiou to purchase  the  fol.ov.ing described  lands; Commencing  at a post plsuted at the north wett 001 nir  o( No. Hi, beiug liximln n..rth und three  miles west of tlie south west ooruer of No,  1, theuce north 80 orwiu., theuce wet 80  chaius, thonuo south  80 chaius,  thenoe  eiut -SO cIimiik, to th* point of commem e-  meut, cubtaiuk'g6-10 uuios, more ci loss.  LEWIS J. BULL,  Nsmo of Applicant.  Dated June Gilt, 1910..  RUl-KRTl.ANDl)tariiUOl'  Diatriot cf Rti|.t)it,  TAKE NOTICR that h.fphon Pe*Hi.  of Vsuoniiver, B. 0,, ueoup ton, boo*-  Vtvjier, Intends te apply fur p'imiMiii-iu Iti  purchiino the lollowing ������.������u Hid Itnd.;���������  ti. Huaib. N. W. orener. t^ii.tuciKilii*. at  a (Hjst punted onTowinilii|i 1 uu st soit'h  ������4'tptrtr>f Oeorgia Lake, ihu.ue ���������until  1S8 ohsins, more ur less tn lb. quarter  p wt l>o.Weill Mi'otlon Ul <nd Ml, Town-  .lup 0 nnd 30, thenoe e.ut 40 uliilns,  tn*.tica north IGO ohsins, tli-nuu wwt 40  .litins, tlisTiOosouth 'Job in* uphu-iiof  commsnuemeiit, conta ni ������ (HO icism,  nio.eorletw.      aTEl'llKN   CU'll,  Wm, L...10, Ageut,  DUsd June 3Si**d_JL8lO __  ULTEUTT^-VniMm'iUirT  niiiTrlnt of ltii|H>it.  TAKE NOncK, thBt .lulm KiaMns, ol  V������noouv������r, H.C,, ooott;>*,i.>', rnoker,intends to apply for pernm-l >. u> piii.lut*������  the lollowing d.soribeil .uikIh: - I'-.iniuon  ('in,,' st a pott planted t thn ,.ki i ti  ������*������t  -.  r ���������f M,i*.n,,n :tt, Tfi%v,i������a|iit> in, tli������uo.'  tilth 10 chains,   tbenc   w.-et mi cult)..-*..  t'.������nco uo-'h SUchHlns,   ,li*..ii*e  esst Hn  oliMns 11 vltuie oi coniiiiitui, n ui. ut, umi-  tin iiiu 040 nolo*, more ... la*.  JOHN lit KINK,  Win   i,i* ,|e, Awont.  luted Juue '.1st, lUiO.  RUPKKTLANDliWl'HIOT  Dish iot c-: hi.|-������ut,  iAKE NOII'-R tha .V u We.m.r Jen-  liins'u, ������������������/ Vsu*M>-.������r, ti ('., -ciupstiun,  ���������-.t.'n'iKrsphu, ii.terut* |<*.l} I-i in-hhih  m titl-i jm-OUns tht* fol-n- mv 'ie������ir*l*.i  li.j.l������:--Oiiit i������ noidg .1 11 p hi |i sn.od n*  tbs north west cortw et .*��������������� -*n *>u ���������<&, T..w ���������  ^.i't aW. UattltiM   SOtltll   *"   ���������*     HI-,   t'������**.���������.<  Mat   <H> Ohai'ts, tb-li.ee uurlb   tHl i*h;i us,  tUiuo*' west to chain* % ��������� pi ce of c.m-  MMteittuttat, eouUiniii*! dill ������oiea, i,ori. .1  '**ADA W.4-.ANOU HCMClNiuiK.  Ww. U>1>, . u*>*it  Mtii'd Jui.o 31st I91t.  KUl'KRT LAND DISTRICT  Distiioli.f lln|wr������.  TAKK NOTICE thst Haldi*e Ashby, i.f  Vancnnvsr,  B. C��������� .'oonii'tion,  mariie >  wrnnin, intends to apply for perm ssii.-*  to pnrcha>������ ih*. (oilowiiig der.0tih.1d innd. 1  Ctniiiionoligst a post Winded at th  son' b etuit I'flmer of Si'ctl.m 8in, Township 21, thrnoe  in rti 80 ehsh a, tlmuot-  w>������i K0 chain's ihsiiuo suuth 80 ohnlnH,  thonce 1 tut 80 tilmina, to iiIm-������ uf uitum-  MiiMment, cnluiutng (14(1 *cre*. <e������re or  less. HAlDKEAMHIiY.  Win, Lotdiu, Agent.  Dated .Juue 31st, 1010.  Cook's Cotton Root Compouod.  Tbo mat Uterine Toiilr, and  torily  rnlo eitovtuul Monthly  T-stfuliiUiron wlUoli womsu oiui  lepeiiil,  Roliyn tltff0 uwroort  r orm ol Notice.  l-Hi*i������t Dial rict,  DUtriot if l-sngti Nu 2  TAKK NOTICB that Atnne lli-eronor, of  Htiktou, occup.tlou tspltiNt r, intends to apply for pi���������iron-elon to puinliiise the follow  log drec*ilieil laud-: Commt-noiui1 nt n post  (ilnnie.l nt the n >rthen������t corner nf No, 3  [Iming two miles nnrlh of the southwest  corner of Nn. I) tliouce wirih eigh'y |80)  ohains,  thincu  en������t tiuhty (HO) cluiiti.,  tlifln-oosoutli fifclity (80)  ehaiiw, ttti������ot������  wett, ni|ht){80) ihiilis 10 point of our  uiuiiui'iniinl, onutsiniiiK six hundred uud  fort 1 1,0101 notes, morn or le.v.  ANNIE KltKMNKR,  Nmne nf A\\A-oa* t.  D������t������d Juno 4, 1010.  Intoron wliloli womsu oan  ,.-.w, Hold In Uiroo dr  rtri'mttb-Ko, I,  di)|rr.i*������ strrmiroi,,  ���������'"'   "JOS, U per ���������  raraUts, of so *t  vn<ft, of pri  ..���������. .m  ���������W?y %^mlsts_ o* "f" '  HI  paid on, _  "Anipnlot. Aim  IT0.MT. H***wrt  "vTooi'e PhoipSudiafr,  Tht Ortnt JtagUnh Jkmedti,  Tiin** i.mt ���������nvl**i������mui'**Jii*������tiiilf  Him  IS  n mil  Alii, nutku.  ii* *  eltii. (Hit-til Sti  and Jirtttniliirr-itji  r.mUltttiini, Uta ���������  AAYWAHD l-OTRIcr.  ������.|    ��������� IS  ���������'  TAKK NOTICK that sixty days aft- r  1st..,', I'harlMll. fltrnng*. of Whsl--  town, Curtfif, Islstid, siwimllower, In end  '��������������������������� -.unly t't efrmls'lno tn It-iuc tits fofl.tr  ingleerihed foreshore;- (orsnisnslng at  >. |mw> platwd at th������ Mgk������ator uimI,  iiiaittf flff tilmins noitlisrly from the H  W. c.riier of tlit* frsediinsl H. W, quart-  rscotlnfM, Corti-s Island, thenee nm*j  ulng lu n *, nthwly tlirnniun Ml.twiug the j  .������. der of thr Shtirelite t-. * |M.int ten!  cin* m ".mtlu'rly '*.'���������*" ih" nnid s. W m<r.'  mr * I die frinttionsl H. W .|it������ri. r arc- j  tieuU'l Cone* Island, 'iul Mulimcliig ������|1  'It  uiartt  INt ������<l Jul 2*1., mm.  iiiene  M. ftllUMUtf.  LrtND ACT*  Form No. 9.  Cn.iKt D'cirirt  Diitrict ol K ingc 3.  TAKK NOTICK llut Kdwm I' Hicm-  tier, ol Vnncouver, ociiipmion broker, intends in apply for permission 10 puicl,it������e  sl.c f������!ton'ln.' desiTitierl lasds. Com-  mrnrin); tit n post planted at  the north*  e.isi corner ol Nu 4 (,,eh.K three miles  north of the innthwest corner of No 1)  thence north .���������i-.hty 811 chnins,  thence  wen  ci������hty, 8ot chtins, tlunce south  .... ���������- .,,. -i..1,1,, <���������*,,  jei)<li������>,i������**, v..*.t.i,-.>.-���������*-* "-  -���������������.   ,  1 iuins to point o������ cninmencemenl, containing six hundred *md fony [64") acres  inure ur less.  EDWIN P .IKKMNKK,  Name of Applwaat.  Daied June 4. ������������������)������������������������  Form of Notice.  Coast District Range 3.  TAKE NOTICE ih u Robert I). Kllis  of Vancouver, i.cattiiui<in,lu-nkci\ intends  tn apply for permission to purchase the  following described* lands: Commencing  at a post plumed at the nouth west corner of No. 10, being iwo miles north ami  two miles west of thu south west corner  of No. 1, thence north 80 chains, theuce  west 811 chains, tlience south 80 chains,  more or less, thence east 80 chnins, to  point of commencement, containing 640  lie res, more or less,  KUHKkT II. ELLIS,  Name of Applicant.  IHted June 4th, 1Q10.   LAND ACIV  Form No. 9.  Form nl Notice,  Co.mi Diitrict Range  ,  TAKE NOTICR thu John 0, Arm*  strong, of Vancouver, ncc-ipittKin, clerk,  Intends to upplv for pemmtion to purchase  llie fotfnwintl described Und*: ���������  Commencing   at n pint planted at the  north imsi corner of Nu, 11, being three  inilen tmrtu nnd two miles  west  of the  smith west corner of No, 1; thence north  811 cliains, thence west80 cliiins, thonce  thence south 80 chains, ther.ro east 80  cImiiii., i,i the point of commencement,  containing 6411 .teres, more or less,  JOHN (J. ARMSTKO.\ll,  Name of Applicant.  Dated lime 4th, 1010.  '"   LAND AOT.  Form No 9  Form ol N-alce.  Const Di'Tict, Range 2.  TAKB   NOTIOB    Unit    William  Haiue-, ul Vatioii'ivnr, ooenpatioo loie  .nsn.iii tfnds to apply lot   pern i'siiv  to purchss*. the  following  ilesc-ib'.d  Und*.������������������Comoneuriug at tt pott plsuttd  at tne northe.,Ht ooruer nl No 16, being six   miles nortb aud two   mile**  west of the southwest corner ol No 1,  thenoH north 8*1 ohains, timnee  wm  80 chains, thonoo south   80  clui'iu,  tbeuci. issi 80chains, 10 the poitit of  oommenc������nitnt,i.iinUiuini! 04U Acres,  more or leas, W1LLUM HAiNElS,  NmoooI Appliusnt,  Dated June (i 1910  LAND ACT.  Form No 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  Dlsinrt ol Kanxe 3.  TAKF. NOTICE thnt Helen  Shan  nnn, of Utttwon. -xcupaiinn murried wo.  fortwhwe ihereiu ���������������������������mu tti low wsuri mi|rif ,nl(.nrls tt������ anply for permiisit.n to  purcb.we the following describe! lands;  UND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast Disii'ift Kmgc 3,  TAKE NOTICK tlsm.ftmd-H.I*  Unit, of Va* enn������������r, oeriipstlnn, m*"������  rlsd wrtmsn, In'fnds tn apply for p������*v  mlMinn to puro'iasf. tli.' fnllowlnu d>*>  ���������erlhed latidst OnmnietiRlus at a nr st  rlsnisd at Mi* north e������st enrnfrof Nc  11, Mnv thraamll-*"! nor*h aud   t*"  miles west r.f t|u������ fl, IV Cl fpir nt It,  I, tbrnea north 8'i ntisin*., iienoe enn  80  rhni-is   ���������heorsSDiiin  80 ohsins,  th'tce wsit 80 ch tins, tn il" nolnt uf  r--r>mnifnn*������ment, eonfei ing W0 ���������er������t������.  IO' ��������������� ot h *t,  UERTRUDK MOI UND  Ksmtitf Applio-af.  Dated Juof 4th, 1010,  LAND AOl"  Form No 9,  Form til Notioa,  Cosst Distriot, Range f.  TAKE HOnCE tbat Uporfte 0.  1'ratt, ol Vnncouver, ccnupntiou so-  oountant, Int-orls to apply lor  pur  min, n 10 purohaie the l-dlowiog de-  H-r.ni.fti landst���������Ooromtnri gat a post  plant1 d st the north east corner ol No,  10, being ill rniles   north and tw.*  mi If 1 wtil ol (heiouth west corner ol  No 1, theuce north 80 ohains, tivnci  e*t' 80 olmir-i. 1 bo-iCe south 80 ohsiop,  tbeuce wen 80 olisibs, to th** vnln t ui  ii, mmeuienouot, ooitiinlni 040 acres,  moie or lew. OEOROBO, PRATT,  Nat-uiul AipllcsDt.  Dsted Jure fl, 1910  LAND ACT.  l*u-u, Mo 9.  Fcrro ns Wotlot*.  Coaat Dlsttisr, Rants 1  TAKK NOTICB thsrDava Frrjo.  ���������nn.ol V������noputt������r,neewpaUon hntehsr  intend.-,   tu  ap-jilj   .''."  p-'r������.l"el"ri   le  inrehsis   the   lollowirg    ditcritied  :������Dds.--Cotiim������ncingat apostplaiittd  near -ha tesch at Ihe sntHWMt corner  ol Nn 11, being two mllsi north sti*'  three mliis w������it nf the snuthweit onr*  net n( Nn l.thsoee north 80 ebalon.  'leticfl w*u 80elisi'is, thpnes Mint I.  80 eliaini, more orl* a* to ihore Hue,  ii'ince     esst    80    ehaini     alontt  ������hnre line te twdnt ol eommsnfemt.nt,  ejoi.tiinlng r4f������ si-r������*������, n*et* or IVm,  D.iVF. KRRnUi������ON.  Name cl Appllesol,  Viteti Jurif fl 1910  LANU ACT.  Form-No.O,  Form of Notioe,  Const Distriot, Rung*- !i,  TAKIC NOL'Iub: that Aluxnndcr J. Stew  srt, of Vanoouvor, cuuiiuatioii, oarpvnt.r,  In lend a tn upply tor tiermissiuu to |>ur*  chu e tho foliowiug dusoribod liudH-,���������  Couiuiencitig at a post planted en tne  HUnre about 2-J tiitlvB iu a south ius>  terly direction from thu -south West 0 >r-  nerof No, 1, tliuiuo north 80 chains,  tlifinee es>nt 80 chsiun, thenoe south 80  ohnlns, tlituce west 80 olminn, to poiut  of oomiutinuumoiii, uuntuiuin*) 040 soroi,  more or lens,  ALEXANDER J. STEWART,  Name of Applioaut.  Dato Juue Oib. 1910.  LANU AOT.  Form No, 9, Form of Notice*  Coast District, Raugu '1,  TAKE NOTICE thst EliKtbeth Jsuo  Smlh, of Vanoouvor. nccnpittion, manioil  woman, Intends tu apply fur purmitiiloii  to purchase tho fallowing dosvilhfd Until.:  Coinmuuaiug tit it post vhinlud at tho  south emt corner of No. 1, theuoe s uth  80 ehtthm, more or Uhh 10 sin re lb'*, thoi..  oe H"������t 8(1 clums along rortlitru hoiuulny  of No. lit), thence nortli 80 olisii'U, tlience  west 80 chains, (0 point of ooinineuouuiui t,  ouutslutug 040 acres, inoru or loss.  ELIZABETH JANE SMITH,  Nsine ut Applicant.  Dnte Juno 9th, 1910,  PUB8CKJBE FOR TMK XKWH  (Smon^o* at a post planted attltnloULY OsNK UOl LAU A VKAR.  IK YOU WtWsf  good nmin*  UIVK IH A TRIAL)ply ������ HileuttUv,  LANU ACT.  xpfixe No 0 Form nf Notioe,  CuiUt Diktrlot, RsngeU.  TAKE NOTIOB that Dsvid Dswion  Mllur, of Vsuflouvor, oooupstloD, tmrptii*  tsr, Intends to sppiy (or permission to pnr-  chssi* tlm folhiwini' desorilwd hiidst���������Cum  ���������noticing st u po*t plunted st the sipith  rsnt. eornsr of No. I llisnos nrrib 80 rlisius  thenoo eist 80 ihains, thenes south 80  ohaius tbs use HMf 80 ulislns, to point nf  oomtnineimmli oouwluinit tUO sett ��������� mors  or has.  DAVID DAW80N MILUR  Nsmewf Avpliesnt.  Ustfd Jons ttth, 1010.  FOR SALE���������A flvn rooiiittl  hottw' 011 half lot, Fur fitrtl^r par-  liciilnra apply nt (Ilia ofllco  FOR ������AI.E~ShiI������1i IVfind-r  Tviiowritet in fi**tv\ or������li*r. C"������t  $Ur*.l*l. wHI anil fur *QU.m).  An* THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  LANDACr.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast District,   Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE thst William F. Shjitb,  of Vanoouver, ocoupatiou, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following desoribed lands;���������Commencing at a post planted st the north east oor.  ner of No. 1, tbenoe north 80 obains, thonce  east 80 chains, theuoe south 80 chaius,  thenoe west 80 chains, to point ol oomtn-  ouoemeut, containing 640 aores, more or  lea**. WILLIAM F. SMITH,  Name of Applioant.  Dated June 0th, 1910.  Jl LAND ACT.  ���������.iFerm No. 9. Form of Notioe.  Coast District,  Range S.  TAKE NOTIOB that Margaret MoKiv-  r, of Vaa.-ouver, occupation, marriod wo-  ln.au, intends to apply for permission to pur  obase the following desoribed lands:���������Com*  mencing at a post planted at the north east  jeoriier of No. 3, beiug two miles north and  one milo east of the Bouth west oorner of  No. 1, theuce north 80 chaius, tbeuce east  j80 obains, thenoe tomh SO chains, thenoe  west 80 ohuiux, to the point of commence-  jmeht, continuing 610 acres, more or less.  MAKUAUKTMcKIVOR,  Name of Applioant.  Dated June 9th, 1910.  BEER    BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  BREWERY BEER  Drink   U. B.C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co..       Nanaimo, B.C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -     FOR  SAXE  BY     -     -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  w-V  0VRIL  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  AddaliltleBOVRIL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  67  'CUMBERLAND &. UNION  WATER WORKS CO., Ltd.  NOTICE.  Sprinkling will be* allowed only  between the hours of 7 to 8 in the  morning and from 7 to 8 in  the  (���������veiling.  Leaky taps must be attended to  i at once.  Any changes or additions to existing piping must be sanctioned  ��������� by the company.  A. McKsiodt,  Manager.  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vancouver, B������ C.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notioe.  Coast DUtriot, Rauge 2.  TAKE NOTICK that Aunie Higham, of  ' Vancouver, oocupntiun, married woman, in  lei ds to apply (it permission to purchase  the following (lesurilnii knits:���������Commencing at a post planted at the north east eornor of No. 6, beiug three miles north aud  \ ouo mile east of the south wost oorner of  No. 1, thence 80 chains north,  thence 80  ( chains east, thence 80 chains south, thenoe  80 chains west, to the point of commencement, coutatning 640 acres, more or less.  ANNIE HIGIIAM,   -  Name of Applioaut.  Dated June 9th. 1910.  [ti-pr  ������������������  Prnmrn  o  i.  p  a  <  to  53  td : -���������  ������ a-S  a* s  t> o -a  ���������4 w r  > ������ a  St-*  ago  2 C5 p  9 li  is ������  s s cr  - o -a  j_ : ���������-���������  *>       13  i x ������  * {j ���������  o  s fl  _���������"*  O .������  *      I  o  o  a  4)  ���������8  - a  $  a ������  c ��������� :  8.15  a ���������>  ���������   I  .2  >.  ���������9  Ss  - 1  i* 75  ���������8-  tForra No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice.  Coast Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICK that Maggie Armstrony  of Vancouver, oooupation, married woma u  intends to apply for permissson to purchase  ts* foi 1������wiui* described lands:���������Commenoing at ���������> post planted a' the north east oor*  ner of No. 7, being four miles north aud  one mile eaat of tho southwest coruer of  No. 1, theuce north 80 ohaius, theuoe east  SO dining, theuoe soutli SO ohsins, thenoe  -rest 80 ohains, to the poiut of oommenoe-  iiflnt, containing"640 aores, more or less,  MAUG1E ARMSTRONG,  ���������'-���������''"*'*"'��������� Name of Applioant.  Dated June 9th, 1910.  9Br  a  e  ������. .2 B  5 B  H .  55* .  O c>  H_^  fi -S ���������/:���������  D 5 j-_  to *5 "'  * I _  '.JiAitr 'j  ���������StS-H  Ug 5  .bH-j  ta m co  I?  _ *  t*.  ���������&.a  *c    **  c   <*������  ,_ a  ���������e  a  a  ���������o  M  m  **  ta  i  p  ts  Ih  a>  P.  o  o  CO  9--  A-  Always the samo,' and just as  good ns ever. Tho "Graiid Duke"  i Cigiuy   LAND REGISTRY AOT.  IN THIS MATTER of un applicii-  tion for a Duplicate Ctirtiflcnlo  of Title to pttrtof Section Ono,  Comox Distiict  NOTICK Is hereby given that it  is my intention at the expiration  nf one month from tho dute of the  first publication heroot to issue it  ,Duplioate Carlifioitto of Title to  above land issued to John HitptMe  (1 hidings on thoSOih dny uf July  1S90 and numbered 2275u.  J. P. McL KOI),  Deputy UeglstrHr General,  Land Bcgl'itry Office, Victorih, B.C,  The 18il������ day of June 1010.  Sutit-fawtion ��������� Buy a -"Hrand  Duke" and have satisfaction, Iln-  kin mado, hand mado. nnd mado  from oloar Havana Filler,  Mattes Your EXPEN-ES Light  Midtes Your BISCUITS Licht  Makes Your CAKES Light  Makes Your DUNS Light  Makes Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  E.W.C!I.LETTCO.,LTD.  Toronto, Onl.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  belonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'}'., or from or off the land  of the said Company, will be pros-  ecuted to tho full extent of the law.  W. J.. COULSON,  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  NOTICE.  Ridiug-on locomotives and rail  way- cans of the Union Colliery  tompanj_ by any person or per-  ions���������-except tain crew���������iii strictly  prohibited. Employees cie sub*  ������fc tot-umi-asal for allowing earn-  Ry order  W. L.   COULSON,,  General Manager.  H TARBILI.  {HIGH GRADE STOVES!  And all KITCHEN    UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  aud  General Hardware  Almost New  MOTOR  CAR..  "BARGAIN  A model ten, 4 cylinder Buick  Automobile, carries four passengers, is complete with top, glass  front; lull set of head, side and  tail lamps, and other .equipment.  This car has not run over 2,000  miles, is in. A 1 shape. Cost over ������1,400.  Owner will taka.$1000 for,  Thos. PLLMLEY  ino Gov,t Street, Victoria, B,C.  ::.,.... iSF" Opposite Spencers  WATSB^ NOTICE.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenient1? (or guestst  The Cential Hotel for Bporttmon  None bm thn Bent of Winer, and Llquort  FAIRFIELD  *  STORE ~  J. JACK,  Pnop.*  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco,  Vancouver Ice Cream,    *  Dunsmuir Avo.  Cumberland ������  99^99^999^*^9999999  at the l-nr.  RATES  REASONABLE  John JohriBton,    Prop  KOU SALE���������A Ford Rim *  ���������about Autdi-iobllo, 15-18 Utmo**  ijiowor 4 cylinder, all Nowly paint.  nl, new tyors, and everything com*  leteds.prlco J700.00,    Apply to  , U, .loliimtoii, Courtenay llotttl.  E, 0. Emtio Pipe fitting and  jenund repairing,  NOTIOE TO THK PlinrJC.  Having built������l-trgii wnrohnuBo antl mill  nt UourUnay, 1 will Id fii'ure keep nn  html 11 itoolt nf sll Had* nt Hav, Orsln,  nnd Feed st lowest market rnttin. A  ���������Itsolaltjr will ho tiistlu nf roller ortinlicil  fewd for liorsts which t*III rauUc n isrlna  of uno tlilniln tlio cost of ttad, Orilsrt  Blvsn the t������atn������ttr nr hy nhona will he  promptly llllad. Thnuklngynu for yoor  patr nngt in the pitnt and i������oiloltlnir a onn  tlnnsnoaof ths Bomfi on broidur boss, I  lwg to rcuislu  Yours to commnud,  HYRON CHAWPOUD.  o  it  il  ll  it  P.  Dealer in  AU. KINDS C#  Fruit, Candy Cigars  ::Cigarettes& Tobacco. I  Bonom Block,  CUMDRRUWD, 11.0.  NOTICH? iia������ hereby given that aa  application will be made1 under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Division of  Comox. District.  (11) Thti name, address and oooupation  of the iipplluant is William Alexander  Matbewaoii, ot Comox Distriot, British  Columbia, Farmer  (b) Tbe name- of the lake, stream  or source (if unnamed, the description is) Three Springs, known as Matliow-  sou's (Springs, situate on Hsotion Six, Co*  moxDistrio-.. '  (0) Tho point of diversion is direct from  sou 104 or Springs.  [il) The quantity of water applied for  (iu oubio feet per stound] 0.06b* oubio feut  per H.'Oond.  (e.) Tbe character of the proposod  works  ,   tat    sttMftst  (f.) The premises on which the wator Is to bo used (describo same)  dootionSiat, Oomvx UUtnot, Uruitli Columbia,  a d tbe Northwrst 8t) nores nf  Seotion Kight, Cmox Diatrlot afuroiulcl.  (g.) The purposos for which tbo  wut.������r is ti lie u*i*tl U iiietlc pi,r]i..ss..  (h) If (or Irrigation describo the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage,  j  (���������IMMSttt     tSlttSttSStt     ���������������l(fl|St*l*     ������*tl*<  Il.ttSSt     ISfflSMtSSS     ftfli  ������������������������   itsissisi  ���������^������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������.*t>+  Go to  Not only is it a nice mild  mioke, but the "Grand Duke'"  ,di- has all thoi'c necswrj'  4u������titie������ which Rive no much  mtiifaction to the nmoker.  I   Advertinon will confer a favor  Ly bringing tn Mteir otU. not later  flinti Momlny, n������ thin will eniihlu  ho prhitun, to itn-crt It in thfi  H������xt iuioio 011 thu following Tue������  Iny.  An Ad in the Nkws  pays*.   Try it,  UNION S, S. CO.. of U.C. U*\  VVfjolc-end norvleo hetweon Vnnoonter,  Nnn iltno, Union, Comnx, hy the  ���������twl Olytlo built twin tciew  slenmsr "COWHiKAN"  Stilling 11s under*���������  Leaves Vanoouvor, Snturdny Upm  Arrives Nannimo, Hntunlny 18pm  Arrives Unlrtn, fitmUy -J n m  Arrives Ucmnx,  Ronrlny 8 a ra  Ite'urniug:--  Lenven Comox. "omlny 4pm  UtvtM Un**** i-uiittay 0 p m  Arrises Ntimlmo, Sunday 11 p m  Atritea VtMtotiuver Uenday 7am  Stnfl-f Issws Union tnr riimrie������rl������r>.l am-  JOHN McLEODS  KOK l< J Kb 1.U1.AHH  CANDY, F1VU1TH,  CJK-JAHH * TOBAOCOH  (I.) If the water) Is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  tho place where the water ls to he  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude betweon  point of diversion and point of re*  turn M������ti*���������������* itsttM*t  IIS      llttltlfl  lift     tfiltlMM  (Ml*    t������t!MI  (j.)Area of Crown Innd intended to  be nceiipied by the proposed works'  ������m������   f*i*M������tt   (ttnttse  M     ItlMISIS     MlttHM  (It,) This notiee wa* posted on tho  1,1th dny ..f Sept-miber, Itlln, nml Hpplxia-  tton will bo rasHo t ��������� Iho l' tnmisslonor ot.  Uio 'M b dny of Oo ... er, UHu  I.) Uive tbe names nnd addresses  of any riparian proprietors or Keen*  seen who or whose lands are likely to  ho nffeeted hy the proposod works,  either above or below tha outlet:  None.  (Mfliinture)   W. A, MATIIK-VHON,  (!'. O. nrldrwt)   Oninnx, ll.C.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  D'dtriot.pf Coast, Range 2.  take notice that Frank Hinks*  man, oi V;.ncouver, B. C, wood  mercbunt, ititemls to apfily for permission to purchase the following  described la, dc: -U'.min.encing at _  pos: planted hUou' 4i uiilett north  and 1 mile east of the Bi.utheaBt  corner of CL 3358, thenct. t-outh 40  chains, thence west 80 chains,  thence nortb 40 chains, theme east  SO chnins, to post of commencement,  coutaiuing 320 acres mote or   leai*.  KKANK 1IINK8MAN.  Dated July 28th, 1910.  S.S."LITHIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, B. C.  ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR  MAKES  BEST BREAD.  Milled in Vancouver.-���������-Patronize  Home Industry.  The following are the winning  numbers for August   for Royal  Standard Flour:���������  75554   98519    83073   79256  ^.4283���������9^Tri^6.W=W76=  85588 93001  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  In tbe matter of nn application for  for   a   Duplicate Certificate of  Title to Lots 11 and 12 Block  A [map 522 B) Town of Cum  berland.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  thnt it is my inti-ntion at tbe expiration of lone month front thedate  of tbe first publication hereof, to is-  file a Duplicate Certificate of Title  to said lands issued to John West*  wood on the  7th day  of  August  1895 and numbered 814 C.  Land Registry Oflice, Victoria,  B.C.  Tho 28rd day of August 1010.  8.Y. WOOTTEN  Registrar General.  NOTICE is hereby given that 30  days sfior date-I inted to apply to  the Hon. tbe Chief Commissioner of  Lunds and Works for a license to  pro-spent forcoal nnd petroleum un  der tlie land*, in Nebon District,  Vancouver Island, described itf follows:-��������� omnit'noing at a pom  p'ared on lhe wo������t boundary line of  the Md Baynot* Sound Lease, about  SO elm ins from the northwest corner  ol snld Leave, th-Mice proceeding  couth 80 chimin, tbenee umt 40  0. aliis more or Iphs t.i tbe west boundary line of .Suction 1, thonce norih  (>5 chain* following said west boundary line of Snction 1 to tho northwest corner of Section 1, thence west  20ehaini', tlience norih 16 ohain*1,  thoiu'u wotM 20 clmi iih moro or less  to ini.iul point.  F.A. CAUKWGIHSON,  K, i'ri*isi, Atftal.  DittxltblsSlst Jay ol Sept.uibor, lttlO.  |31  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Percival  James McLaughlin, of Vancouver.  B.C., rancher, intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing  at a post planted about 5 miles  north and 2 miles east of the south  east corner of CL 3858, thencenorth  80 chain?, tbenee west 80 chainB,  tbenee south 80 chains, thence east  80 chains, to post of commencement  containing 640 acres, more or less.  PERCIVAL J AM KS McLA.UGHLIN  Dated July 27th, 1910.  NOTICB is l* hereby givm that at the  next meeting of the Board ot LicetiM  Commissioners o������ the City of Cuwbfr-  land, I Intend to apply for, a transfer o  the wholesule liquor license held l y me  on lot 3, block 2, to block 15, lot 6, Cuai-  burland Townsite.  CIALI MULATTO. ?  Dated this 9th day of August,-1910.  COAST LAND DISTKICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE   FOTICff-'.that   Westley  NOTICE  Ivvt'ry Monday mid Tuendtty I  will he in towu to deliver Fresh  Uuttcr aud all kiiidnofVcgcuhlcf1  umi     ii No       jKitsfoen; will  null plump.  Cmo Ykuk,  Sandwick.  V.. C. Emde, dealer in stoves  nnd rati-tre*: also plumbing  nnd  ary Sunday moroUi oo ������rri������al or * cow. j pipe fi-tiiif* nud general repair  Tjpt-wwi������r������  jr^x^r������������r i������������������. *<** **<������ *������ ** ������������������  NOTICK.  Auy   ^ersott nr persons wish*  in>j to cut nuy fallen timber on  City Park lo������������ are at   lib-rty to  cut  and remove same for  their  r*-.VI! live        A?)** I't'iii'li.i.r fiinbr'r  miiHt not lie cut or dentroyed.  Auy perxon found dumping ^ar*  bnge ou 'aid park lots will he  prosecuted. By order of the City  Council.  A. McKinnon.  Secretary.  City Hall, Aug., 191b, 1910  &������a C. C.-Segrav* if you want  a hano. Organ, Ht<winjr Mafhiup,  Hgt'tit for all sorts nf tuii������U'itl in*  itmnitnts, CiuulwrUii'l. it. C.  Evert Westley, of \rancouver, B.C.,  plasterer, intends to adply for permission to purchase the followitig  described lands,���������Commencing at a  post planted about 5 miles north  and 2 miles east of the southeast  eornor of CL 3358, thence south 80  chains, thence en*. 80 chivir.s.  thence north 80 cbains, thonce weet  80 chains, to post of commencement, containing 640 acre-i, more or  less.  WESTL-tT EVERT WESTLEY.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT,  District of Ctmsl, R������nge 2.  TAKE NOTIOE thai Ernest Atkins, of Vaneftuvor, B C, occupa  tion tinimith, intends to apply for  permiisiun to purchase tho following described lands! Commencing  at a post pianted about 5 miles  norih and 2 miles east of the t-outh-  e������Bt corner of 0 L 3358, thonoo  south 80 cbains, thonco wen 80  chtvins, thenco north 80 cluins,  tlience oast 80 chains to post of  commencement, containing 640  acres, more or loss,  ERNEST ATKINS  Du ltd July 27th, 1010.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  -S'OTICU''* isliereby given that 30 -iny*  sfter dste 1 Inteud tu apply ta tbe Uon.  The thiol 0. inwiHitinsr of Lands and  Works fnr n I ���������.������������������.tint*. t������ t>roipw������ fnr wisl *  jMitrolsnm under nnd on ths Innrls in NM-  son Distriot, Vsnoouver lsltnd sutl ilrn-  eriiied *��������� follow-i-CommsncIng at  a post placed on the westlKtundnry  line of tbo old Ibiyiics Sound Lease,  ittiiui. ftu cIihiiii* In.in ini* mnui-test  corner post of Ibe HaynN  Sntiml  U������������i', pniccfdinn the> co nlong itid  boundary lint  north 80   chains  more or Itsi lo tbo n*������nbwo������t c-ornt*r  ofold IUyiit������s Sound I.������--������K#*t fb������������nce  Mlt 45chains tnnrr or le������s tt������  I't*  tMstfrn lioundary ������l ������ri.������   appi������td  (nr  by   C   Carow   (lih������.-ii. tlencc  ���������otiib  60 ohsins, tlmi-e m*-n 25  chnins,  theitflft sotnb  110 rhs'ns.  tht������n������t ins������( 20 rhain*. 1* inl'-al  P'-in������.    HIT.CAHKW tiltlSOX.  |#r B Pria*t, at������n������.  Dated rVp'einl-sr 21st, 1910.  Distriot of Cottft, Range 2.  TAKB NOTICE tbat James  Horvi������y Fee, of Vnnoouver, B.C.,  occupation teiunslor, intcnfla to np>  ply f ir permitfion 10 purchase the  following dt-rcribed lands; Commencing at u pout pbititiKl about 5  mik'S north and 2 mi Id* i:aMt of tlio  southeast comer of CL 3858, tlw*nco  north 80 oiiainf, ihence oust ������������������',|  ehains, thence scuth buchniti*.,  ihence West Mlenninu to y^A ���������t  commencement, coiiu.nhii', ��������� *  teres, more or loss,  JA*'!'!" !! !1P.,V,"V' 1"Mf'"  Hnlt-i. July 27th, ..U0,  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  D'lirirt nfCrw-f. 1?itnv������������������'?..  TAKK NOTICE that Richard 1>  Lt������t������s r>, <u Vancouver, B.C.,roiitinman, inietid* to apply for pertv-i ���������  t������lon to imtrhiit lhe following de*  icribfd lunrle: Cnrtimenoing at a  |KN������l i-lantfd abovt 7 mile* no*th  nnd 2 miles rn.i n\ tKi; -'itthi-nst  rornet of CL ������8o8,theiu*.i suuth HO  chnins, ihfi'ce entt 80 chain*,  ti enct* nortb 80 chitln������. thence we-t-  W������ cl������*lt>������, to |*o������t <<f ct.mti.tnc-mtnt  cottlr-hiliijtfllO cr������"-. m-'ic yr l< w.  IUCIIAHD 1) I.KEHON.  Uittni July .tfih, 1'JIO. '^tt'if.  THE   NEWS.   rUVBERT.ANn.   RRTTTSH   COLUMBIA.  A GOUP Oft  OVERTY.  It Was a Plan That Worked to a  Charm.  By   LLOYD   LOGAN.  iCopyrlgla, lDlti, uy Aim-i-icuci I'ress Asso-  ciiiuon J  ,"lt In miserably irue, inn chore, Ma-  rie refused positively to follow Antoinette nnd myself to town iind curry  our scurfs, umhrcihis nnd pni-ccls She  said to in" 11 niiiiii In u tiit'iit family did  not compiiiv with ber self vespect ns  an individual." Vivleuni* de la Veryne  disconsolately threw herself on the  window sent.  Mint, de Ju V������*r**iie was looking over  bills  tu   the  esevltolre.    Wttliout  an  Bwerliij' her (Iniij-'titer. she buried tier  face lu her nrms ;md wept.  '* The last rose of summer left  blooming alone," " sang Antoinette, the  other daughter, as she camo down the  hall and entered the room.  "It seems," she added pleasantly,  "that I ani the Inst rose."  She was standing In-the doorway.  Neither Vivlenne nor Mme. de la  Vorjrne looked up. so Absorbed were  they with their own thoughts.  "Pere is walking the floor In the library," she continued.  "Ue is horribly  [ as  Marie's  husband  says aooiu  nrs  | store.   We will see. flrst, what our nn*  I sets   are."     Autoinetie   held   up   her  ; pretty   while  hand  lo count' the "assets"  on   tier  fingers  us  her  mother  told them oil.  ;     "Dear heart, our most valuable "as-  ' wt' is our tuiuily name, that hardly  ; bas ii money value."  '    *'l   iuu  not  so sure."  mused Antot-  : netie.    "There are hordes of people���������  i good people, too���������who would give any-  thinn to be a guest at our home, lo lie  i able to speak witb faiiiiliuriiy of onr  belongings."  Antoinette, silting on nn ottoman at j. their'vocation.  HOLIDAY-MAKERS IN ENGLAND.  Men   Who  Take   Holidays .and   Men  Who Make Them.  Holiday-makers are not so common j  as one is apt, at first-blush, to iin'ag- j  hie; for  when we mention "holiday- !  makers," it ia not  "holiday-makers" \  vie really mean, but "holiday-takers." j  Tho men who take holidays, and tlio ���������  men  who  make  them are of a  very i  different order.   The former'spend the I  J grotiUir portion of their lives endeav- j  i or ing to make a pleasure of business, ''���������  j -vhiio tlie latter succeed in milking u 1  business of pleasure,   Vacations are ���������  tier mother's teet. clasped her hands  nround her knees and thought, wrinkling her smooth white brow in perplexity and doubt. She had a remark-  ii ble apiil ude for thai kiud of iiddi-  tlou known us putting two and two together.  "i'ere has said positively that this  house will be the nest thing to go.  Now, we have many  beautiful pieces  King among the small company of  true holiday-makers is Sir Henry  Lunti, whoso inclusion aihong tlw  now knights hns caused such general*  satisfaction. For almost twenty year*.  "Dr. Lunn's Tours" have been a feature of every holiday season, and he  iias made holidays iu tho most literal  sense ofthe words.  "Curiously enough," Sir Henry told  an interviewer recently, "I have, dur.  of furniture, mucb bric-a-brac nnd etii- j i,lS  the  past  few  years,  entirely  re  na that is really very good, charming | ������������������ the 1-c^ - which I^work ( ^ .^  Matrimonial Advertisement  ���������   A  Kansas  newspaper  recently  contained the following matrimonial ud-  tUUMlB   OUA*.UTICA.H-f,y    Ol.ASI'BI)    HEM  iiANna  distrait. lie told ino Vivlonne'H Jewels  wcut lusi night,"  "My Jeweln"* cried Vtvleinie, snd*  donly ui'oused and thoroughly uliiruied.  Madame lifted her tour siained fm*������.  "Vlvlonno's Jewels ulso'/" she reiterated (lisiiiiil)y,  "Also," iiiiHwcret) Antoinette bitterly  ���������"nlso, Tlmt In not the point., lie  grieves hocuuxo lliey ure the lusl things  lie can legitimately tnke. I nm of nge,  nod my l^lotiglugs nro mine, To  itilnlt,' In-* mi,vn, 'I sliull lio compelled  to steul from niy own family!' "  Vlrlcouo nishod from the room In n  rugo,  Antoinette, going to her mother, put  her iir.ii*. ni-uind her.  "I'd be ii help, mn chore."  "Aiiinlneite, whnt could yon dn-you,  the daughter tit MiirtpilH Augiistcdi.  In Vergtie, tin. gfeiti-gi-iiiidiliinghier of  Vtvtciitie fii^tnifcffc. ivlui wiin one nf  tlio tniilds nt honor to Marie Anmi  liclte'.' My whole Die bus been u series  of tit'giiiluiis, 1'iils ts Juki one more.  Tlio lli-Kt trial wiih when tvt* lost mir  niiceslriil home In l,,l'iiiire." Madame  alwtl.vs said "we lost." She would mil  flclttiowlcdge *lio lived wllli ii gitiiihler,  oven ilu-ugh u gi'iiileinuii. The lltile  |iroteiise was u luntter nf Mill icspccl  "The next lo go wus our villa Just out  Of New Ol'leiill.-, Hllli-0 J'llll Were II  woo chilil we hn ���������.*������ lived In tills iiriuutt'  grove in I'lorliln, Vour fuiher at way*,  would pluy ii" it getiileiuiiti. liming  thonsandH nt ii Singh, gniue. Oli, iIichii  giiincH, elusive nIi-oiih, lurliiu hlin on tu  destruction, pour ninii! Tlm bevies  vane tie cnnnut loueli willinm my nm-  nature; It lm* eoine down Ulreeily  Uirotigii my family."  "1 don't know whoro wo Html! live,"  aim ci'iiiftiiii'd, "I hnvo boon hi run*  gllng to niiiko roHpoctnlillll.v dwelt  ,,','A.. ; ���������".������:��������� -.'.il" uhi. ndiletl ttoftly,  "ll \n pure imttrililllt truRody,"  The dclioimir AugUsle de IN Veigua  tripped lightly lnn������ thu room, dud tn  white flannel of oKjuMto tfiluri* ami  correctly tiiilomil. With tlm perfect  sttvolr fnlre of n l-'rencliinnn lie gently  .,,,���������,.-.,, ,.. ..;.' '. .' ' "I (-..im'iirer  to the (.;ln*>*. door, lie stepped out on  tlio veniiiiln, With tlio milium wing  frold he liirneil. waving Ills Iniml,  "An retolr!" lie culled nml pilHswl out  on thu shell walk beyond,  llu luul clung, Iron willed, to the  jvnirh <,f his mind, ttiinttth ll wnn tit-  dispiitiibly true Hint iigu liail crepi pro*  ftiiirnr.il ���������n I.N f.-ic... After ������ fimliion  he loved Ids ������!-*���������* imd diiitgtii������'t-������ lie  would lm ve been proud to hnvo (riven  tliem i-very inl.-iHitng������ thai ti.nl l������*eti  tliofri* lur Kctierjilon't. Tfit������y rrnd  censed to be InlotestiHl In tlitwa  d reu iii'i riiiti) wis. iMttiing *������������*������ t.tn-  itaui.H/:'(';' ������-e.irf"om������> fliiit tint fim-  ri>niH.*t> uud talk nUmt lileuii* wlttimit  any acttmt itccompllKhirr(>nf,  "t enn tb* *oiueililiiK." At-tnlncttfl re  peated. tvnli -.enn... r,n|ih,**������l������ "Ma  ciwo. %e xxid 'lane couut tit ���������iock;  associations   that-make   the   rein tive  value high.    1'ou and 1. dearest,  will  go through the bouse and put a price  ou what we would be willing to sell  and gather them together iu ttie music  room, library and drawing room, mixing  them  with the things  we would  i not part with for unfold gold.    That  i will apparently give them a greater  j value."  t    M.-id.-i.mo  dramatically  clasped   her  I hands.  "Vou do not mean we would sell our  belouglogs to a vulgar mob like common tradespeople?" sbe cried in bor- j  ror.  "No, no.* We would give n little 'at  home' or 'tea,' very Informal. You  could wear your black lace, and the  lace scarf thrown over your shoulders  would hide the bole in the back: Vi-  vienne her cream colored silk, the one  made out of grandmother's tea gown,  and I the violet chiffon witb black velvet.  "Then."  she continued,  "we   would  in.-he a  choice few.   thirty  perhaps.  i not more.    Believe me, they win slay  | every engagement to accept an tnvtta-  i tion  to ihe first entertainment given  i-hy���������t-he-~L)e-la~V-ergnea, He.e,_roii.LiicXi  using   our   asset   No.   1,   our   family  name.     After   they   bave   beeu   here  ' some time  we will casually  remark:  j "We are going back to New Orleans.  j Wo are distressed about our collection  of antiques.    YVe are going to board.  j and articles of such value we really  | cannot sioro.   Wo would be willing to  dispose of a few, but cannot bear the  thought of Just nny one���������uuuppi-ecia  tive people, ns It were���������owning them."  Antoinette was so delighted with the  | Idea  she danced nil over the room.  ! Coining buck to her mother, she kissed  I ber on her forehead.  |    After much debate and family con-  i ferein-es ihe "ten" was given.   Whnt  j vvouders. weariness nnd tiope delayed  j nud anxiety for tho welfare of one's  ; best loved will accomplish In the wuy  j of disintegrating self respect!   I'lim-h  I was served  in the library, Ices nml  j cake in the dining room; on tlio ve-  i ninda were coiifeclionn and fruit.  The  I guests woro congenial, delighted, com-  : plimentiHl   aud   bought   freely;   they  ! xvetv also all wealthy. Antoinette now  to thnt.  Conferences, which were the begin- ', ",A gentleman possessing a large  ning- of my tourist campaigns. Mj-/and elegant assortment of household  object then was to bring together pec- jll,11?������ marked with the initials J. R.  pie who differed. My object now is w;hu'h lle purchased for his bride  to bring together people who agree. |-?l*-'ct, recently deceased, is desirous,  "But, no matter how careful ono !m 5"'dl.*; to avoid useless expense, to  may be, on very raw occasions ono fjWlH thl. acquaintance of a young  is bound to find a gooseberry in the lla'l>' be-'.i-.mg the same initials, with a  strawberry basket, cr a strawberry j v*ew t0 matrimony.  among the gooseberries.   1 recall one. !.,.'_,    , .  . - -.  gentleman who got mixed in with a |'M*nard s   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  party  of savants  with whom I wen* i"   ���������,, ,   ���������      ,. ;i  cruise  to  the  Isles of Greece '      hxcuse m������.'. sir,    said the man in  ely tor >,ome  ijjur of complaint, till 1 i *\ue upon  him standing on the steps of the.Mu  Would Be  Exact  Scribbles���������Quiiler teih me he has a  great mind to write a book.-  Dribbles���������I don't believe it.  Scribbles���������Don't believe  what���������that  he can write a book?   ���������  Dribbles���������Oh, he may    be   able to  write a book, but I don't believe he  has   a  News.  The Submerged Tenth  "Pn, what is'the. submerged tenth?"  "Oh���������er.  it probably refers to the  portion of the fashionable bather that  gets in the water,"  _  .._     No man or  woman  should  hobble  great   mind,���������Chicago   Daily painfully about because of corns-when'  so certain a relief is at hand as Hoi*  lo way's Corn Cure.5  Elsie���������(aged seven)���������Ma, I want a  nickel.  Mother���������What for, dear? .  Elsie���������1 asked Willie Jones to play  we're getting married, and he says  he won't do it unless 1 have a dowry.  Houston���������How do you suppose the  Egyptians managed to get the Pyramids where they are?  Mulberry���������Oh,' their congressmen  probably franked; them.���������Puck.  impossible," said the man addressed.  'Wc live out of town, and we must  beum nt Olympia, passing a haudker-1 BS\vu"f i?"mX,.,; ������������������-. 4n ���������_,���������=���������, ,. ..  chief across a frenzied brow. .       ���������^"1 hn������8 ^l1;.nB0Lto ^^    1.M  "He regarded me reproachfully foi* I      ���������$*   ou'   V'  n   g������e/  2������   mnmies,  , -,,-,in���������1;,B ������������Ph_������i- t,* -TPiiimit ������*.'i !.fter the_etul of the performance, and  Two Years Sickness  in The Average Life  'Much  of This  is Avoided  When the -j-   The food you eat does not build you  ���������    Blood  is Kept    Rich    With    DR.     up and  it  is  therefore  necessary for  CHASE'S  NERVE  FOOD j you to look to such_ a preparation as  a minute.   "'Phew!' he e.vclaimed at'��������� -,  ,  .._.  .������������������ ������������������ ,,������������������- .��������� ������������������, 4,,^, ,,���������t  length. 'It'll take me three, good weeks d-.       1,er an hour to put th-^ hat-  at Blackpool to get over tliis!' |     ' - '". , ������. .^.u_������  ,-,*.,.*���������-  ��������� w_u   -       .._     .-,,      ,   x -_,.    -    -      . ,  "nuii/. .in imPvnAnted ineiflp.it Jinn ' ���������  ~ I       * Dr. Chase s Nerve l'ood.to enrich the  ���������     i    tiL y    lr\VnVifv; ,^a,?:      The  ehoawie=S  of  Mother    Graves';    It- is said, that the average man or  blood. *    - *     --  ra 1,      l ,/!!    T t!     Wt!,; Woral  T-Mcrminator    puts   it   within -j woman who reaches seventy years of i    Mrs. S. Storey, 19 Maitland street,  h-t,   it������m������    %*,   a,^7-ou^    Rnt-h A*n<-h of all. and it can be got at any 1'iigc has had two years of sickness or (.Halifax,   N.   S.,   states:    "My   whole  th.ee  sttamers���������tne  ^rgoi.aui,  ������o*t*r������-1 druggist's. ten days " " "  mc,  and  Koh-i-Noor ��������� for the great        Bp  Naval Pageant, but on the Monday, - -.gll. FmiP1.-c*-- Pridw'_ storv at the  before tho eventful baturdajP discov-:citv of Lonilon R(,hoo]> rr,Centiv: "On  erod   that .only  a handful of  people ��������� ^ occasJoi, tll0 _���������������������������.-._ wprp Bingitlg  ���������i'iad-appl-iexl-for-plac^^iT^*������^___^._M bv _;___,��������� guoh tr_al;  named  vessel.    Almost at the  same *,,.n.p t,10Vi )Mlt. tllPY smp]1 not'"omiT^TnmiTlT-Dir-eikT5ea^  iow  to  opinion seems to be that every effort  should he used to keep the hlood rich,  moment I learned that Lord Goschen  -ed.   Dr. Wesley, annoyed at the way'    Thero are always plenty of indica-  was encountering great trouble in ar-,|h v.,lif,h thp n]tos snnt, the worf,Si ro..'t-ons to warn you when the blood is  langing for the presence at the re- j mar]-P.d tartly: "No; they use them to. getting weak and waterv -and the  view oi all the Colonial troops.   I ���������������*���������* j sing ! nerves exhausted.   . "  once tolegraphed, saying: | ____ __ !    you nre cnsily tired, both mentally  Can put at your disposal steamer ; Mina,._'s Liniment Cures Diphtheria land bodily, you fell down-hearted and  and  two special trains  for the con j ���������_  Ulisaournged, digestion fails vou, vou  voynnco of Colonial troops ^ Ho-Now we are in the park, shall-have headaches and become* irritable  Lord Goschen was as glad to avail, , u   ,       I/)VOrs- T,ane?   i ������'*d easily annoyed,  hnnsell of my.offer as I was to WV^^S j������-\Ud  "rofe"   the|    jn this condition you easily contract  ; bridal  path.  i    Hvery womnn thore took partlculnr  | puliix to cull liiiuietllntely on nil her  best friends who were not among the  ! chomni ii ml I'HKiiiilly to refer to "the  | other iiftertKMin at thc Ue la Vcrg-ies'  j 1 picked up ao and su.   They would  ! hardly part with ll even to nm, 1 told  j mndiuuo I could not buy It, Just to give  it to me, nnd 1 would leave n few gold  pieces In the en bluet for one of thu  girls,"  Iriviirlul'ly It wiih followed by  the remark, "My liiisbiind thought ll  nil her high, but I (lid not, considering  till) tlHHOl'llltloilH nnd KO on,"  Those thirty women were the envy  of every pei'son of inciiiiN Iii the city.  Thoy schemed imw tuvy, too, could  innmige mi liivliiiilon. Not being u  public sale, tin Invitation was u neoes-  what looked like being a serious fin*  ancial loss.   In this way 1 helped thc    Government,   and   the   Government; ''���������,.,,. ,      ,  helped me." i    A '?5 b)I1 1S 8ood on!*>'  One of the most remarkable exam- 80ps-  pies of Sir Henry's enterprise is the *   .      ������������������  liinnner in which he has opened up  tho different valleys in Switzerland  during Ue winter season. A few years  ago these valleys wero all closed in ,  winter, and no ski-runner or tobogganer disturbed their virgin snows or  ska ted on tlieir lakes. To-day, Sir  Homy controls no less than 3,000 beds  iu these Alpine valleys, which are  mainly occupied each winter by members of tho famous Public Schools Alpine Sjxirts Club, of which the headmaster of Eton ia prosidoiit, and Earl  Roberts and the Karl ol Lytton aro  \ic-j-presidenta.  s for each year. j nervous system was run down, I. was  To-day medical experts are studying j troubled with wakefulness during the      *"    ivoid   this   and   the  general  night   and   frequently   suffered   with'  neuralgic pains in my������head- Nothing  that I took seemed to he of much benefit, to mo until I began the us6 of Dr.  Gli aseis���������N ejwe-^ooil_a.nd_iujidex_ihi9._  treatment,my health nt once began to  improve. By continuing the use of  the Nerve Food I gradually grew  stronger 'until nt the present time I  can now say that I am quite well  again. J now enjoy refreshing sleep  and the pains in ��������� my head have entirely disappeared.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food has proven  an -enormous, benefit, because of its-  power to form' rich, "red blood and  thereby.to overcome weakness and  disease. 50 cts, a box, all dealers or  l'.dmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  [ colds, pnui-inonia or fever   of   some  kind and' lire not, able to throw them  as fnr ns it-: off ns you would if the blood were rich  .   and, the body in vigorous health  di-nMW'mirmfr-^^  The Most Human PictureEver Painted  The Trade of Royalty,  No advertisement is more valuable :  to n British tradesman than the  royal warrant which nllo\*,������*, him to j  place the royal arms over his place of I  business and describe himself as "pur- j  veyor by appointment to His Majesty j  thn King," I  Knob tradesman who liaR the royal -  custom must send in hia bill at the !  end  of the month,    It ia compared *  with his U.Igor account kept at Marl* |  borough Houso and if corroot ia paid i  in the llrst week of tho month,   No j  ilisniiiiil is asked on any of tho roynl  n'-ciimts, a tradesman   who   receive*} j  tho royal custom is informed that hu  mii.-l .supply gootlti nt tlio lowest rea-  , ,.<>imhlc prices and thorn ia never nny  wiry.   In nlK.iit (wo wccUh Aiitolnolt.. ; Mtt,.u),->t nl bnrgnl-ilng by the ntllcinl  In her mm Iter's mime lolophimcd the i 0f t.|H. r(1>���������| household,   If a trndes-  chosen thli'iy telling ench one io bring | junn  is thoti'-'lit to bo inaltiiifj ttxtor*  ii few file(KtH~������lie t'tttild trust lliciu. \ lioimln clinrgcH ho liijnply  loses the  Hhe lini'W   und  Hpentl  inun her nfter- j r>',vnl eiistom,  noon hi lhe (.'hiitenii .)���������> l''lfiir, I    (,<"*1   '"*   nii\x\Med   to  MnrllKirouRli  This tliiie ii .linerciit iiMiuino wiih ��������� ]i'>"*������ J*y ������.iitru<'i. tho cuntrocta be  arriiiigei, for ,������������������ ������������������'e��������� hull,, of .!��������������� I l^.J!:?;1^? S'S'uilTiiryi.Si; SSI i  n.ei.t*. \\iniliiw oloauiiiii, enrpot clean*  ing und chiiiiiicy HWeDping nru all  limn* by i .iiitriicl and the glass frninrM  mi  THE DOCTOR"  A photogravure reproduction oi this great painting, 22x28 inches in size  ���������the largest photogravure ever printed.  PRIOE 25c,  POSTAQE PREPAID  household, The second "ion" wiih even  a gronier hiiccchh thun the llrsi. onn  (ID/en of Niipolenii'M lii'califiiHi phiti'ii  wild for *'Jixi und a I'urHiiin nig for  flKW, The bunk account wns growing  io most ������.|icoiiriighig propoitlotm. Tlm  trotililu now wu������ I hoy had roiilly fow  pleci'H left thoy enroll lo Hell. Tho  Kovres vase inn) soiue finally hulrlooini  iiiiiiliiine refused |o purl with.  "It Ih ii minorahlc hIiiiiiio," wept An*  tolueito, "nfter we huve t-i'onled tho de-  maud. esiabllHlied tlio fud, wo cannot  t-runte the tiup|ii,v.  Itiiu'.nd ul i.'!n'iiiv."iiinoe! The nort  iimmlng Antoinette drove to tho elty  aliitin and uniitteiidud at a vcr$ ourly  hour.  Arrlvlnm nt tbo tologrnpb olllco, An*  tub.i.tte wired to cortnln ilea Uth In nn-  tti|tioH, little tiding in the uhii, ui .New  Orlciuw tu Hhlp Immodlntoly varlumt  nrtlcloH tlmt fhe named.   Hhe knew of  J largo pictures ure also kept clean  by contract.  Servants' wngna are paid monthly,  the upper   aervniiU   being   Paid liy ,  chock omit to inch from tlio Troiwur*'  er'a Dopartmont. The King's account,,  for clothen, cigars, thoatrea, nowapn*  (Kirs, b'Hiki. and uthor [t-oraonnl articles aro Hunt to hii-. secretary, not thn  Trwisucor, nml nro nlso paid monthly,  King George itlwnya llko to t*eo tho-to,  nut" i������ifnre th������v tirn paid and it  wns mice a mie that thoy miouiil i.u ,  iiiiiiiiiu-a li) a,,,, IhIuw i)ivy ucrt d'n  chafiji.-d. I  A Wai Harvest Rilic.  A curious token haa just been loun.l  at   Itnrton.  IiimtII-km.1 "Tunatead  and  HnppiiiK, !.-..������.   vi...   II...'.',   ...,;     V'<y  able at the Corporation House." Tlii-.      _. t wnn the year of the wet harvest, th.i  tho������������ pIhcm' WiiIiho mntiy of "their    w,">,1 *������^"r !$"''.w,\ ,l !?i!"|,, imni  boiiiitlfiil  pJoe.ii  luul found  In  those  Mores n toni|ioniry liome.  t-������ etcfitii  develoiml.    Tlm   Do  la  VciKiieM received niitli|tH'H In n.ii back ',  door mul Md llmm out the frmit door. !  Ht't������ry     other    'i'liuiwl.i>     *., Uiu.icd  crowd* of buyer*,   livery one'n "dear  friends" were now Invlteil    The "few \  goltl  ptix-en (flvcn  to  the dear girls** j  win. ii Imrdo amttklent to pi.ne tliem  t*.iih tn ��������� emt-^nt In I'urls fnr n year,  teiivfiti* it ������������������doe" lane enoiigti fur an -  fijtialilo dowry, whtch w<nnit in*.ur������. it  ���������tMfi'N'.fiil   marrlflff*.    Poverty   had *  pifiyed ijnim a dramatic purl In tlio  ���������mir������������,  u hkh  tm really quite ������  I tulip.  santly all -Soptemlwr, October tuv(  during most of N������v������nil*er, arid on  November 20 Inrmers were curling  harloy, a nlmrp wind front prevailing,  V>in-ill v>ii������ *m\ .-���������hil'in;:- a <-..ml;, and wi  Iind was It in quality thai dough  it ,|,J*- f*-.'"! the ll.nir re.-eriililcd slitito  J-.very Mm-iliiy tuornltig lhe overiicer*  and ..liiircli wardoim met at the piiridi  tbiir.'h-s to dcvi.M' ���������iiefiti-- to proviilo  rii.ploj'ii'fiil nnd relieve the tatttrviiitf  : |. il(r.--'���������IhiikIoii titaml-ird.  Oltt at 100.  .Inhn  I'.-fif.'t. uitfi Ht'.i '���������..,,.-, and  i rtit.il to N th# tilileat mini in Aim*  irn'ii-t, died nt Contaniuti'lrn ifcetitlv  i  Mo hit'-l livoil   under   six iiu.iiarclu,  I liv.ui QiHUi* III. to Geotgc V.  Tho original of thia great painting, by Luke Fiides, hangs in the late  Gallorv, in London, placed there by popular subscription of the liritish peo-  )i\*i. M:\xa has bruih flnpiXoi! woro. powerfully tho oxprnssion-, of professional amitv, maternal grief, fatherly hopelessness or childish lu.lpto_i������uorss.  It is really'as well as figuratively the most human of tho world's great  works of art.  Newspaper enterprise, backing modern mechanical progress, makes it  possible to put this work of art into the hands of tho public at this nominal  cost.   THE ART STORE PRICE OF THIS  PICTURE WOULD RE $2.50  V  PICTORIAL HHESS, Box 1850, Wlnn'pog,  Kneliim-., llml 25 ������nU for wliloli plonno forward  bv llrrt niall otic copy ol picture entitled "The  Ooctor."  Yuur* truly,  Name   Addle.* ���������^.���������...���������.f'-k.---.*-*^  ���������    )  fb  THE. NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  "Our foremothers maintain'ed that  milk should be kept in broad,  open vessels." ...  THAT is what they call lt!  Chemists   (old   "wives" .in   the  '."fables" we are now taught,to-  , discount    disdainfully)   and   up-.  ; to-date writers upon dietetics concur  1 in   the   verdict:   Milk   ls   the  one   and  only article of diet that should be assimilated  by   every  human   stomach.  _lTreays_2>_j_nd__teni^^  milk. Legislators make special laws  defending the .purity of what the  milkman hawks from door to door ln  town, arid the farmhand pumps from  the udders Into a* pall that may.'or may ,.  not lie clean, with hands thnt are seldom washed between dinner and supper.  After reading- columns, topped by  "scare heads" and pages bristling  with statistics, one might expect the  ���������thoughtful student to feel something  akin to reverence in surveying the,.  milkman's cargo, and to handle one'**  cream jug respectfully. ���������  IN OLDEN TIMES  Coming down' to 'everyday' facts,  milk is its sadly misused as uny other  article of food. In the times when we  lived In houses of our own a'nd had  pantries, and, If we dwelt apart from,  towns, oven Joyed In the possession of  real storerooms and closets with  windows In them that could be opened ,  at will, canny housemothers held  ^certain notions concerning milk that  were discarded with the Incoming of  the flood of folk for whom room must  be made by abolishing separate residences and economizing ground space,:  Our furomothers maintained that  milk should be kept In broad, open  vessels In n cool place, free from dust,  ��������� and he left undisturbed from the time  it was strained lute the shining pans  until the thlok cream was daintily  skimmed off, If the milk wore pure  and rich, thoro was a sooond rising-,  end this, when removed to the cro������m  crock)' loft tho*' milk loss blue than  much that Ih sold to us fur table use.  According to tho dairy rules of that  em, cream did not rise freely unless'It '  hnd nlr, In tho "solentlllc" dairy of  ttvtlay It Is still "separated". from ...  open vessels, shallow and wldo in pro*  portion to their helRht.  MODERN METHODS ARE  DIFFERENT  Pint-dwellors and cottaj-ors net tho  pei'Joci^food In covered bottles., and sot  it nwny In refrigerators, without lift*  liter-from tho. surface' tho thin paper out  to tit tho mouth of tho llniik, nml de-  slstno^ to sjilold the content* from aunt *  ��������� nrid norms,' Our Krandmothei-s would  have ei'lod out bysfeTlr-nlly upon mie-ii  "ihlfllnsi**. mp'.hods,"., Tho truth Ih--tliwt  wo'could do liothlnR wiser'In tho .'tinnuo  of i'lrcntns|iiiiooH,   Milk Im a ready nli-  inrh't'Tti of, odors   nnd, .Inevitably,   or  sennit hnrmViil lo Dm human *poolos,  To lonve It In an open vessel in the   '  m.i.U'i'ii rufrlj.orii.tur," and a iiciii' Mel-sdi-  bor tn moats, salads, frnlts nnd cooked  voifotahlos, Is In Invllo Infection,   Tho  milkman hulldod belter llinii ho Itnew  In (levlnlii'it the nlr-|ii'onf paper cover*  Inn for his warns,   You should lonve' It  In tilacti until the bottle*, nro drawn  from iho rofriaufutor lo ho emailed'for,  ime,    Vuu ilo'liftler still Mi"jonyn iti_  place thn enrksVHint nnv HiiinpildiPH set'  over Ihe pnpor cn*ln-������.   rt wiis snld by  .hem    nl    Mi-Inn    Hum,    tli-,1     llu*    tM---'i.n  would not rise mitlsfiictnc'llv nnloss it  /m.I iiii; tie iiniiit tuinum otusuivos  with the "lop of the liiiiilo,"' und nut  risk germs and Incipient putmfiriitlnn  hy oxposliiM- the milk to such air us wa*  breathe,  You eiinnot ho too ciirefiil about lot*  ".".     '', '    *       ���������  il     *'. *     '...i  upon the kitchen,table after openlnir It.  Milk "turns" with aiiiattlng. rnpldliy  when tn,ken from the Ice nnd.'leU In,a  warm room, This'sarpe "turnliig'' l������tho  housewife's bugliear. She encourniies it  by taking the bottle or pan from Icebox  ������r cellar half an hour before th* milk  Is to Kit to the hi hie nr he r-ioked. The  ���������nib to rtrlnkl.ijf Kims or situt'epnti  should tie as short n* It rnnlie'tt-iidt*,  i..iie ������l llm niniilierless siulilmrn v*rl*  tie* (hut ulve the lie direct lo si'lentliit*  theories, how-tver stoutlv Uilsternd lliey  may he by demonstration nnd learned  nume*. i* ihat tlie perfect food dues not  .   njtraa with all of u/i., About onco Jn a  t t       (  I  ���������when our bantlings outgrew bottle and  feeding cup, we passed the patented  treasure on to our poorer and Ignorant  neighbors. Aro there patent pasteurizers? And ln what does the difference  between the old wrong way and the new  right way consist?  Another blow te former belief and custom is dealt when the "milk of one  cow" theory is exploded. We used to  rest secure that we were doing the latest .and best thing for our babies in  making sure that each nursling got  daily and constantly the milk from one  cow. selected as especially healthy and  well fed. Mothers went to infinite pains  to, assure themselves of these essentials to the little one's welfare. Often  we went out of town a month earlier  In the season than was our wont, to  settle ourselves where there could be  no doubt on this point. In my own  country home one particular cow was  Known familiarly as "baby's foster-  mother." The milk drawn from her  was.kept by itself, and the child had no  other, in the city, we thought we secured  the same end by paying two or three  cents extra a quart for "one cow's milk"  from honest (?) venders, who got supplies straight from the country and kept  the "one cow's" elixir o*f life in a separate can on the wagon. My optimism  is of a stubborn strain, but it had a  staggering blow early one morning  when, chancing to look out of mv win-  dbw into the quiet street, I espied the  honest countryman filling the reserved  little can from one of the larger!  Then, I was furiously and righteously  indignant. In the light of later information (scientific and warranted) I know  that the man was really in advance of  his generation, and entirely justifiable  ln the deceit. For it would appear that  the blend of lacteal fluid As preferable  to the product of a single cow for nursery uses. Why, I am too obtuse tc  comprehend, much less to define to my  fellow-ignoramuses.  This, enigma is, likewise, referred to  our professional staff.  A^UaUm^m. HonlcyyitA  Sash Curtains  Made Beautiful  ALL ports of Inexpensive ways of  trimming.sash curtains ara be-  ing resorted to by glrlc who  wnnt something a little oat cf  tlie ordinary, yet who feel that the  money they want to spend upon fixing  up their rooms can be spent more profitably upon other things than curtains,  printed stuffs should be passed by.  unless they nre for overhanglngs, or  you *rc willing to renew them soon,  t^r even winter guns will fade them  Cut In a very little while, and a faded  curtain looks thoroughly shabby.  ���������wJieesceloth Is even used for some ol  tne least expensive sash curtains,  aud  ���������tre made rather wider than the u&u  ���������fn'fhi"-  B? tluitJ there is mo��������� fumes  full ruffles*' rtttia-nen with narrow.  J?r������',-.,������,u.;ta.,]s' wH1- -*��������� bftnd ������f drawn-  work just Inside the hem. or a band of  ���������T<langer (and both are easy to do on  Mien a wiry, loose mesh stuff) are stun-  work ?      ������������St aIm08t nothin-S but xitd  J���������!1lfl,),ts In dotted Swiss may be embroidered either all over or in a border,  or in motifs here and there. If you embroider them in color use embroiderv  cotton in one of the "old" shades oV  blue or green or red. Or, Swiss is pretty  left untrimmed.  _ Any of the curtain stuffs-there aro  dozens upon dozens of them���������may bu  made up with wide hems, decorated by  rings or waving lines of briar stitclilntf  done in the heavy colored cottons.  Stenciling "trims" beautifully, and m  comparatively easy to apply; and heavy  lace motifs, set in here and there require nothing more than a plain hem to  set them off, although heavy lacf  edges to match   are sometimes used.  But it is wonderful what the ouc-  despised briar stitching can be made in  do with curtains. Circles of it set a-  regular intervals (the "stamping" don.;  by drawing round an old-fashioned butter plate) are the easiest things in tbo  world to do, and very effective; and Napoleon wreaths are another wav of  using it. ���������*.    -  If you use untrimmed material, rutin*  it; with preferably very narrow but verv  full ruffles. And gather them on. instead  o/ pleating them���������they'll do up better.  Don't use point d'esprlt unless your  woodwork Is white, and spotlessly so;  and use it pretty sparingly even then  Por it is too sheer to Toe pretty���������a curtain isn't pretty unless ,it has enough  body or mesh or thickness to seem to  veil the window.  " biTCultrTflBb*Iea*b^twleTr^lpr_fMeT^fie"  digestive apparatus* to Its work.  For uncounted generations the best  substitute for the natural nourishment  of the.yoi\ng of the human species was  held to be caw's milk, diluted with one-  third part of hot water and slightly  sweetened; Then arose the scientific  dietist In the majesty of modern research and taught us to sterilize milk  into the exact component parts and  proportions of mother's milk, Thou-  * inds of babies were saved alive yearly  (or so we believed) by this system. In  thle twentieth century we are informed  by these .same wiseacres���������or their immediate successors���������that milk should, be  pasteurized, If we would get the full  values of the perfect food. Sterilizing  was a blunder throughout, they would  decade nn eccentric baby ls horn whost  unruly stomach refuses-to be comforted  by the mother's milk or any. Ingenious  substitute containing milk, lie must be  brought up on "barley wuter or oilier  starchy foods, He Ilies ln the face of  low and gospel by tho untoward behavior. .All the an me, the idiosyncrasy  Is not to be disputed,  Perhaps one child In a thousand,  after passing babyhood, caanot drink  milk, and really dlsllkeB It, This established, Jt Is folly to force the perfect food upon hlm or her, It Is a pity,  always, for nature doeroo'fl. that young  things should be nourished, fleg<h, bono  and muscles, hy tho lacteal fluid thnt  stands lh every tongue and land as tho  symbol of healthful sustenance. It Is  hlshly probable that Ihe fugitives from  Kiryptlnn hpiidngo hnd lost most of their  Hooka and herds In the- dosort, whero  they would mot hnve found broiid but  for tho miracle of the miinnn, ��������� before  tliey encamped whore thoy behold it  cress, "the swulllntf lloud,",, lyhu. hind  (IowIiih: with milk and honey, Literature, sacred and secular, abounds'with  proverbial sayings that prove the eluo  of the one, only and jiprfoot diet, "The  slncoro milk of tho word," "ttio,mllk' of  human kindness,*' nro s|i������clm������ns of  hundreds of rdirasos cnnflriiilni* tho fact  of jr.moral faith in liH universal vlr*  tun*. Yot. there aro adults, sinio unit  normal In nil elso, who .--annul'dlKest  milk, It makes them bilious; ll causes  hoiirtburn; it Is ton InxallvYv or maybe  too astringent, Whatever thb pica,  truth underlies It. Certain digestion*.  rcfiiHii to assimilate the vaunted natural  susteritinoo of all mankind.  WHEN MILK DISAGREES  That milk, however   fresh nnd rich,'  Is lu same t\, lillt*p(.|inciidci'luK diet  in  not tu ho qucHtloiinit,  In such a case,  If It be considered expedient fnr nun to  drink It regularly, tho addition of a ten*  '..,.-,...������,,."   . ii.,.. ���������....    . ,     ,     - ,  will t'ounternct  tlm evil  tendency nnd  lllll      lllllli        till!      tltHltl       llll|lll'IIHUIItly,  ���������M-uthi'is who are mude uneasy by tho  breaking out of a red rush upmi thn  liodln* of nursing or feeding babies, ftp-  piircntly In perfect health, may iind n  cure lu this simple prcciiutlnn, Tlie  .un.tii iiiiiiiiiiii'H |.i. ..(..muy with tin* miy  pmpertlos of the milk ami itiukes It  digestible,  I |>rovokn contradiction In asserting  that rot ono person in ten drinks milk  properly. I read a while ngn In *  jioniit-tr novel by a famous author of a  skilled nurse who gixvtt u glass nf milk  tu a typhoid '.'Mleni which "lie swui-  lowed at a gulp." Had lhe nurse under-  I'.'.ouil !ii.i iliil> lie wuuld h.ivc lui.li-U.l  he nhi.iii.J slu It -Iuuly and take a lung  11 mo In miiliig It down. The gulp  left It n Imi.I curd In the stomsch, j  susprct that nitirli of th������ dUoumfort,  attendant   upon  u  mtlk-ftil  diet   with  ImVFjWftP ^rm&r*<?mfm4C^S<Pm^J&r^^  those with whnm "It docs not agron" Ih  uuu iu iiegloi-t jrf this hIidiiIh ruin, 'much  children, from the (irst. (lint milk tinifi  lm drunk In a leisurely fashion, wllli  long brcuthlng piniefs between the hI||H  Ii-ihJ milk, /wallowed by the half pint  on a warm day. when one Is hot and  thirsty, cnnnnl tint Induce Indigestion.  It shmilil iiHVtir be Inlllcltnl upnn ������u  empty stomnoh,   A sllee of bread or a  havo us coiiiiu'i'lieiid, In sheer drsnalr  how lo bundle this twig of mir fuhjci'l.  I call upiiii our own euit)|iclciit nn.l  palliint sniff uf uhi.-uiU'iil I'lipcrts. mid  j.hyrili-liiiiH tn Imdrurt 'is In the mysteries nf luisluiirlKliiK.., Wo learned mul-  Ily mul gratefully how to sterlllv.e th"  tiahy's fund, nnd in I Imve ."'ild, he  iipiiefiri'd to iiui* dull eyes lu liirlvc  thereupon.    Wo boiiglit  storllhers,  nnd  Suburban Possibilities  ALTHOUGH a "mere man,"  I am always interested In your department.  Silicate ot soda (water glass) will  !.t may be had  from any drugKist.  it mav ba had from any druggist.  First, boll tlio water tc. Bet the nlr out.  One part of,water uluss lo nlneii-en of water is strom; enouuh. prepare the liquid  and drop the edits In as you uet them. I'ut  in more water from time to time to keep  llie e_tts c-nvereii.  Americans wil wo much! No wonder tliey  find .living .axiifflxlvc!. Just think of a  breakfast like thin, which 1 copy from the  menu for May 1 In a leading puper:  "Shrc.ided wheat biscuit with creum, bacon, scrambled ckks. wattles, maple syrup,  coffee,"  Any one of those three articles with cof.  fi'e Bhowlil bo enough. An omelet, bread  and butter and coffee inukit an Ideal icpimi.  Very low know how to make an omelet.  Never t'uok It on mill Hides ur try tu fold  It. Most |H'|*H(������I������ (.'iiok It tu Inslpliiliy.  Allow two Or three eKus for four persons,  Heat thu while* very still' on n platter  wlui n silver fork or n wire beater, soa-  noiiinit Willi salt before ijeiilmi'. Nuxl, mix  a llttio ol th������ whllo with the yolk nnd lietit  thoreui-lily. Turn ln the stiiTenei) whites  and cut thym Into tho yolk with a spoon,  but do not bent, Mull butter or lard In a  spider: nour In the Ije.iieii ckkh UNiI cook  rather slowlv tu avoid bui'iiliiK -in thn bottom ,>f Hid wtii. ii id tfitii iipi in inun if  cooked In t>o oven, Let It stiin.l for iv  mlnuie nfter Uni wis Is turned off, nnd at  tho buck of tno ranfe to iJinvent lalllnit,  Th������ omelet should slip nut nf the pan upon  a hot dish, feathery anil delicious,  I", mil < ..ok it lou Iiiiik.    Have :t soft.  This reel no may bo v.irlc.) by mlxhij*  lireiiilcruiiiliH, iiiinceil hum, piit.itocv, tu-  mntiMis, fruit, etc, with the yolks before  euttlim In llie while.*, Hut tho plain omelet Is best,  Ono of our correspondents complains of  linvInK io live ii|,on ������lsim a y.-ai- wllh a  family "i three, 'liiat Ik ii siiiiiiI f 11mi,-.  There must bo a leak soniiiwIU're���������elKiirs,  whiakv or s.iiiiiiililiiK similar. I know of  a family of tlireu In ilils city who live upon  tm per month. Thev are Aini'i-leans and  live well, for I visit them. They rem a  small iiui, Thu mun uses neither tobacco  nor Intoxieiiiinit Illinois. They keep an  exact account of all thoir expenses (mil  know lust when, lliey ttuiid. l.lvinu ln.ro Is  na client, as in n small place, Itents nro  hlilh-r, but .-li-ililiii; ui���������l k:.*.*< iI.n uru  elioaper If one knows how io buy.  A qniirler inie or less will pnnlueo nil  thr HiiiMUu r v.-ii'-Ml't.*-* un I ftuii.4 for a  I.-iiku um. ly, I... nut riiHui winter vi'lte-  tables. Vou tnuv liuv thein In tlio full  cliciiiier thun you can nilim th������m,  I-'. I.  ll. fllerllii, Wis.).  Will our esteemed mnsciillrie tiieinber  ex imi no me, iih, In reading thn last  linos of Ms lntercsHn������ Icltor, n enmleiil  I'eiiilnlsciiii'r. visited mn uf a dream ut  Which   I   re,id  once of  il  lltllil i.f IflKiitu  where breiidfrult wns picked from Iho  trees,   buttor  from  a  tree  of  uiuilher  fpeCles,   IMld  SUcklllK  plll^.   remit* t'UIIHl-  cd, rnn nb.ml with cii-vImk knives ������iuek  In their hacks and siiuoullti'*, "Will  mirtiehoily ent un?"  I'nr In Ihn wakltiK-dnv wnrld nolntnes  itniHt he iiliiiltnl, lined and iveeileil, und  friills, peas, iiiilciu*, carrots and ii"par-  iikus '-c.iulrc Hi.* attend.ui uud labor of  ii man, who iiiiiiiiil cu rn Ills livluu  .-).-. nb.*r.- ntul .iiHIvutc u c,n*il.-n |iiu||i-  Jii.lv ul uric and iho same tlists*. Who Is  tu wmk Iho i|iiari(<r iiere If tbo owner  or le-i-oo lie n bicitiei'ii tnun who lib S  him l.i llm i.Hv mi Iii. i >��������� i..111 11��������� *t'i-. Ii.ilu  nt.  luilf-prist  7 A.  M.,  and thorn earns  the monoy with which to buy clothing  and groceries by the sweat of his face  all the Ioiik summer day? I have seen  the experiment made .many times anil  with such pitiable results that tbo vision  of home-Brown fruits and vegetables no  longer n'ttrncts me. I own that a family  ol simple habits and an assured Income  of $1200 per annum muy live comfortably, if fi-UKUlly, upon u quarter acre of  Bi-uund, every Inch of wliich is forced  to do Us best by tlie .skilled labor of a  man who has no other profession.  The trouble Is that so few youm*  couples have dividends, etc.. that lustily  this pastoral of suburban possibilities.  Churnkss Butter.  ��������� Correspondents press you with Inquiries  Into the process of making churnless butter,  uf which I wrote in n former letter.  'Ihis is my wny, ami It Is not patented:  Skim the milk Into wide, tdi/ilimv nun*  nml set urfny in u cool lihice-ln cold wa tela best. The oreum should rise In fr.uu  twelve to twiinly-four hours. It must bo  tlmrounhly formed. Skim (t off, with a������  littlo milk uh putflllilo, into a suitable vessel, itel It stand in a cool place for uu  hour or so, until It Is llrni and stiff. Now  _!lr with a wire (-KKlK-nier or it butter pn.1-  din until the butler "comes," in warm  w������ather the iiKK-bciiter Iuihioiir the process,  but Iho erenni must not be whlppo.l. fillr It  nround and iiioiiiul. Htiiiin tin- skim nilllt  li.r table, use. I "elnbl.er" or "loiiiior" |i,  nml beat with ennwhlp fur buttermilk,  "  of I'liiuse, nfter the butler eotues, you  must work iuiII Inlu It |n ihe u.iiul wuy,  but ito.iiol. "mess" with it too much. H  miikes  It  oily  and  soft.  I have niiwm'i r..l Jotters from Wnshlniiton  to Aliiliiima wllh ri'Kitnl t-t pntnnt churn-  lo>.s liutter. Hoine nent stninps, but the ma-  Jui'ltyiif the iiunrliils di.l not!  Vf.n see, ( liuvu been "rnovid to pity,"  an.l you iiitiI he iilinld no loiiKcr to fuco  "the Imllkuuint (inestluns thnt will be Imrled  at your liiiiownt self )>>��������� pnsi."  M.  ll. i'. IM'.tiiisi .wn, Texas),  You nro Mud to avert tho avalanche,'  1 hnvo miulii "sweet luitior" (that In,  fnllli'sti butler) In small f|iinntlt|e* In  my kIuhh syllabub eliu.-n, It t-omc-s  iiulrkly and Is nice. Ab'iond llltlij ������alt  butter Is en ten on the tables of tho  well-to-do who live "delluutoiy," nnd  tourists h.'oii l.uirn lo pri-lcr ,t to haM.  flrocers In America cull It under tho  name of "sweet butter," In thn summer  wa iiiiuu; it in ;hc f,;-i.,fi wi*-������, ������|Mi,.'i of.  // li hind cr Corrected  I am sorry for my blunder In w-iltlnir tlio  ri'cli'u for white nu,i (.iik... 1 shoul.i imv.u  Hiild, ill ifilliTie, tho 'whiles i.f eUneil HKSS  lii-aleii very Miff,'* ThU ;������ sued a lowly  eimo lliul I hope mv nilitiilt., will iiol lull!  It������ Koori mini.' Iietmi. the urior |������ cnnei-tn.1,  Wjl.'ll I Saw the reeipe useil 'I V..tn Mlk'������l|  111   llll.   klllllHI  Of   II   lllllli.'Hii   rll������������   Willi   pull   III  whllo, wllh the innsoale Kinliiom In bluo und  |ioId in the . ini. i, |i u,������������ in,. , ;,i,.| ,,;r,n  at  a iiiasiirilfl  supper,    I   am  ineluslnit an  i./U'hllll leellie 111) lnlflK vi.t-l must In*. I.  -loll   ll.ltV   lull   lllr   lei.i|i*l>   ,.f   llm   Cx.'btl.lM..  of It II you lilm  Hlice cold iiiiihI I,.. f thin llm., i.i.kI,*  run Irlnf. |,iii,iio<>. nii.*..|, al������., inin ai*.  rniikc the.,. In n n in. fir*��������� r a luv.i- ,.f |i.,li"  t">"*-. lie II ll.e lllllli tllilll l'.ll lull,* u-e,| Up  vour Iniiiei :,*il������     V ,vv  |���������nir over ll  lli" <��������� .1.)  I.e. I   lUllW   lift   (I,,111   tin-   li/HM.     |*i |,,,, i   mi.I  Hull mul put ini.i llie ..vi'i,, If imi Inun n*i  el.'ivv,  hall llll lhe ilml. uiu, |,,.|  h.ii.-i-ari-l  lilltler.   I'.i.ill    I'l.vl |.',|,   llliljl   lili.   p���������lll,i, . iiiii  Ii i,'l i  "fcll.-Hl  llll nil."  I'" "   IM���������,������'..Hli���������  FAMILY  MEALS'FOR   A   WEEK  SUNDAY  IlItKAKI-'ART.  fireiiiii',   (Isiijiiills,  cnrnmnitl" muiliiii, ' toast,  l.tlNl-lll-',<!W,  , lliirl.eniiil  Iiiim,    IoiihIiiI    iiiiirtiiis   from  breiikfnsl,   lonintn  nnd   lettuce  salad,   Ihln  whole tth^sl fir*>fiit an.l luiller. luj.-ktc)..rry  cuke and crcim .li.'.*������..   nn| lemi.iia.le,  UI.VNICIl.  f'resm  or (Mliiee  soup,   roust  beef  and  Yoikslllrn pildillllK., Stuffed ,-UHI'hllll.Lrowtleil  lilui'k ,1'iiiti-e,   MONDAY  nrtKAIft-ART.  Ornngi** eereni ntul cream, |iroll������.l tiuron,  rrituii rolls, rHdlsheH, miist, tf-a, and ruffe.-.  l.l'Nf'IIICON,  I'olil hsm, e_K snd i<'tiiic������ salii.t, iieaie.l  Ci'iiekers and cheese, anained brown bread,  lmkt.il uuslsr.1 and Ks.kli*s, Itoil tan.  niS'Mi;n  Uiwn |.eii soup, >rmi.ri|n> s Mast ri*������  iliiiurfi s Is Mllaimlsii (Willi suititii.i iiilslns  ni.d elm* mc*. ..r ������hi'.*ili|e.i iiiinnii'!,, in  ������-iiii>������    ������ _ii.i|..',i   ikh'Iiiiii   (,|    eit-ovi-ri.  ��������� I*   -|." I llll.l  I.|.,������lll"l  |���������i|ll|���������ns IS  iilCoieil,  l"'i..i|'^l.i Jelly, ������pmi������n eako, blsik iiiftte,  bm-,in,   broiled  t'.timtoi-s,   Krahmn biscuits,  toils!,   leu  Hllll   eciffee,  Ileef stew (u  lefl-itvrrl,  stilffeil luitatnes,  'I.  ������������������������������������,',   I "    .:���������: I '   .   ' '        -    '  fieuicl,   berries   mi'l   .riuiii,   lady   liuuers,  ten,  DINNKII.  Yiislerdoy's si.im with th������ n.Mltlon ef tu-  luiin.is, luiailed niulliiii ihops   nr.'ii pens,  beets, iiin.'iirolll |U|.1.II|I|| With eiirniiit saiicn,  black uufTcit.  WT.T>NKr.riAY  jiii?;aki'M*.t,  lllockbrrrles,  cureiil nn.l ..ream,  panflsh,  *Kj|al������ l.|������ults, tusri, i'i. and i'.it.v,  MiNC'IIKON,  I'lilln   'imelet,   slowed   poliiloes,   tied   and  lettuce niliul. Hun I,read aii.I luill.r, crsi k>  ��������� IS nn.l ilui.c, cuiili.-d Mil. ai'i'l., Hike, I,,.,  UINNI-.lt.  Plenr   laploe*,   soup,    linin.wlcS    ������t������  U.lhlf   ,111.,    f ..ll).    .!��������� "     , i   .( ,   "..       ,i !��������������������������� ���������  ..wil  TUESDAY  _  imiCAKPABT,  rbu'.uiL,    I'lcil  ������nu   cr-ntu,  .,..,..      .tew  lil.llilf   .in.,   f ,.i]|     .!��������� ;    , i   .( ,   "..      ,i !��������������������������� ���������  ti,  |..m-   iluaif.llntis   wllh   lisiil   uu������.   l.i.uS  .Jiiffim,  TiruiibAY  llltKAKKAHT.  OM|������frult,   criinl   and    creim.    lin,  1-oljH ee������������   hi'iulnr rnuffli,*   t.^i-t, i> . .u.J  I.I'KCIU'.OS  liiur-valik   H*-*   imillmi)   ���������Mt),   l������,M  sw.-et    |...lnli������*s.    radi>li.*������.    Mr..li.iui   br. a.|,  |i.-ir|.������ and eiuiilii, cookies. In.  Rnlmii'h  sout',  vieil  eiitlt.ts,  strlnif I,sy������|������,  FRIDAY  tmf.MiV.\ff*r  flrsnites,  eerenl  mil  i-reum.  lmke.l ertfttt,  KI,l llll ill selnt,  I,nisi, IMI met I'tillin,  l.l'Ni'lin ���������.**,'  I.'.ol. hIIiiik lo.itl ..Had "i. ���������'. li'e.' Willi  Vieiu-ii iln-sslils, waitu ijii.k. ilii..id un.l  lieni.iimile  IHNNl It,  fiKinsh blsi|iie, ,.oriii,| l...������.f, yiuiim liifiih.t,  *nii������h.*d lii.tiitnus, l������ l'rlen umi I'ri'.iui, cookies,  bl^i'k, iiuh-v,  BATUftDAY  IIUKAKFAST.  li-riles   ,iii.|   ii,,ni,.   ,,,,.,,   i.aii.n,   libtl  III,ll,III*,,    tiM.I,    t.M   HU 1   "II"  t,i'Ni-in:..N  l>,|.|    .Mill,,,     |������-���������|,     |���������.l���������ll,    1   ,|ll     1,1    ll | t -I.V IT |,  IC'i.k Mm oils, |,. i,, v il Hi I i" tills f.*l ll. k.  Hit,   IC.'ll  111*.  IHNM II  H|.|it p.* ������������������.ui., , ii i, ������������������ ii   .' d,f an I > --  llll.l .U lefl.il.rt, I,ik.-I l.,iiini,il������ ai.'.p  Id iWr.t |���������,t���������||.,,. ���������,,, ai���������l ,.I,nlll l.li.i* ,������  III*, IS I .,(ltv.  I enll this  A*k  --I-;   li   I** "   iM���������,���������'..tlii,,,.   (.-..iii  if ������h.<  i-ler   irleil   Ki.-ii.luii'   Hi..   Ij.ec   liiai.     linn  II..UI*    I.HI     ll V     UK     I*.''I     W���������t|l.|     Cli,,*        'Jill,  HI������������������ ��������� > aiinlinl II  w|i| l���������, iltiek .nil Hue  l'i:i:>'V .i .nil-nil.. I.'- i  A   VahnM   f-������������rr*-*--i>--'fi'!..n������,    who   iclnhf  truly kii;ii In ihi II **,\ I'.iiiiiiiiiit  Homier,''  Hill-     I'M XV      I.'0.1      idle      III'      .IIIWIIi,)      mv  Um-ry im lo lhe whites tlmt idniiiid have  Hone nil"  nc   cuke,  .tu.t  wc liuvu here  i , i   ���������  i/llltllt   J null  -i I '. ii- e I. II ii,. .. lm ) -<ii in.- hi by  "ciip.l* lime," ll,.. I! mine put -.oi m  runs i,r I'llle*   ���������, li-,--v i������ 0  i������n,fi>������  ;,    I l.-.IH.    ihkii   |. ,||   |||���������   ������|,,    |,|. (HI, , (:������   nlll  |itill.l..-������   .hew   .*..   HI!',    i  - ci- ���������        -.-.    ,.-.  nli 1  inviitialily  to |,.u  b.iil.tui.i   iimlly  iindir wiiiili.wi-     I" li lino t:,fS  ih.i.l. 1 ,u,.  I,-. e,v  .,,, ,1   in, vi .-'  -���������-. *   "*"  1. tu,lou jiib i> is iniul,. bv iiiiik mi; nn  ..nim. nml si|iit'.*7lriK 'ut the j.tin*  Ul|-iiU|ih liellllix nr ehecM i Julli, ft |s i\  Iiuui- di-lltilti- IIiiviiiIhk linn ulicn tbe  (*llll|.|li il   ill*   Hllcell   illll'ill   |-i   used,  'i. I l/.liey Ix-i'HUKi: llu* l).illir,,om |������  Reiiciiilly liillu-r stiiiill ntul lhe Imthtuti  Iiiihc in |iriit>.rti<iii. It iiiii.t ii.. i,, ,ii  tlio window If you would littVe tlie k, u  well .;.,.-> I ,.i,.l ,.;,. t.  Sahl/f /);���������/*i- (ht ti-  ���������      ..llll'l       lll.lllOl    ,        (,,   I   ���������       ���������,      ,|   ;       ,.  . -���������    |.u>    ,,,,h    ,,f   ���������,,,, ,  . tl.U������    Il-luric^   ,���������������t    ���������,, .    |,,,j,.  .t''-Mi,!r������.  -. - up ,,f  v.'r.s   'I...  ' ' k.i    in ii  ti���������|,   ,.���������   f ���������   ������,.���������,  '"'���������1   IIIKl   1,1,,,   Iff..,,,   ���������.   ..,,  W   I-   Hum ii|.,rl. 1/������*|  Tl',1  ll.ff ^d  [,  _T^i^������WS.jnZMB|li>J^4J4U, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  n  Fall and Winter Goods.  tmmm*mammrm*-"--*i*-iiw-f * -m-immmmmummmmm******.. .mmmmmmnmmwem���������mmme  ,    .    We imve jus'opened out a fine assortment of   .    .  BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS  Blankets rantfinis from $3.00 to $13.00 a pr  Comforters   " "       $1.7.5 to $4.oo each  Flannelette Sh������et������ IO, 11 A 12 quarter sizes  YOU ARE INVITHU  TO INSPKCT OUR STOCK OF  FURNITURE & HOUSE FURNISHINGS  S-1 When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and *: Refreshing beverage.  Drink  o  The Furniture Store  A. McKINNON  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  "Si am  3E  ao  Are you a house holder?  Are you 31 years of aec'f  Have you been re.si.lent in the  town since the Iim of January?  Have you paid a .municipal tax  ol not less than $2?  Are you a British subject?  Then register. Register now.  Do not wait until the la*-.t day of  the month, and then, because  something calls you out of town  or prevents you irom getting to  Mr McKinnon'-s oi.'ce, say, "I  could not help it." Wheu Janu  ary comes you will want to vote.  The election fever will catch you  then, and you will talk about  "the sacred right of tlie ballot  bequeathed to us by our fathers.'  Remember that unless you are  a property owner you: name will  nrot^gpeitr^'_^h'e^^iiers,-~list~if-  you neglect this umiier.  The fact that you registered  last year is not sufiicieut tor this  year.  Call on Mr. McKinnon,   City  ���������-Clerk, and attend to this matter  as soon as you possibly can.  ��������� .I,,,,.,,I,.., -p.,,~-.���������.  Locals.  Mr. A. F. Owen, well known  here in former years, will be here  on or nbout October 15th, to tune  [11HI108, .;,  Mr, and Mi*.  Sidney Horwood  {returned last "Wednesday   from   a  trip to Victoria.  Mr J N McLeiid returned last  Wednesday from a business trip  to Vancouver,  Mr. J. J. Weir left for   Vancouver on Thursday morning/  Mr  Pnrldnson   vtnrnod   from  Vancouver last Wednesday."  Di*. Kerr, dentist", wil) be at tlie  Port Aiiwiista Holi'l on October  tilth to tlie 23rd. find the Con'-ton  ivy=riotel-fronrthe--24tlrtirtlie=31pfcr  E. L. StiiiBon, Division Super  iiiieiidenlot thu i. (J. S. umi   umt.  Ai. Sha-v, will   visit  Cumberiami  on Friday, the 14th ms... ami will  plucu nn exhibit in Mr. A. ���������lU*luii  ���������lo.i-b store.  Pilsener  The  Purest  and Best  m9*9w^StMmm^m9^*i9mm99m^ml  B. Cloutier.  General Blacksmith  Horeeahoeiag a Specialty.  Third Ave.. Cumberland  on the  m  Coast.  and made in  Cumberland*  SPATES  The TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  Ladle.-' Work  a Specialty.  TAILOR I  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT;  _D_b.tr.ict o{_3oa8t. ���������  SEALED TENDERS addrened to the  un.lera g, ed, and ei.dt.raed "Te. dr  fi.r Eximiining Warehouse, Vnucoi ve ,  B.C.," will herecivedat timetbco untl  4.00 p.m., on VV'e.tne-day, Q6t<������lnr I-Jlitb,  1910, tor tliecon.t'UctioD of tlu tixiiminiiig  VVaiehoime, Vancouver J. O.  PlkD*. (peciftonti-nB and form nf contract  c>u lie ���������-���������30 "iid fm ms of ieuder obtained  ut 'he often nf Mr Joseph Oreei field, resilient uchit e . Wmnipegt Man-. Mr Win,  11 ueinun, res dint arohiteot, Viotorin.  II C , at the I'o-t Office, Vancouver, und at  t ii 1>'pfirtiiie.it.  fen n-* temleiiigate notifiedtbat tendeii  will it-.t lie ci.iiHi* nted nnle-8 miidu oa tbi*  prutd tutmB unf-pled, and lijjjed n-lib  their aotaal ������iguatdre*>, stating their occu*  patioim nnd plao s of reaidei.ee Id the ca* e  of ttrnit*. tha actual signature, the nature o  the oci-iipmion and pUue  of  reajdence i.f  There is a sown.;.' time aud a  time to reap. The wise* man said:  ��������� Bring a child up in the way  ht  should go, and when  he   grows  up he will not depart   from   it,.'  feo it is with the bos of  to-day  ���������who are allowed to run the streets  till nine or ten o'clock at night.  This   does   uot iiicmi our town  alone, as most all towns are similarly afflicted���������for an "Miction it  surely proves to be to many fam-1    ,      ,, .,  ilies In the after life of the boys ��������� IV   '        ''UlttJ',  Parents, see after your boys, and j  the company they k.ep.    jt wi.l'  be worth more than gold to you  and them in the years to  come.  BIUTll���������At liumird Siinutori.  iuu, Vancouver, Oct. 1st. to Air.  uud Airs. W. li. Tlieul of Chilli-  wack, u d&ughtor,  W. W, Willard   arrived lionic  from Victoria by Su inlay'b bout.  Mr.  A,   McKinnon    .uiu.nt'il  from ti fuvv ditya visit to  Vitucuu-  C������pt, Dutton, of .Si'iittlu is vi*.*  |iting Cumberland in  interests ol'  tuinperuiice.  We notice that people in at-  tending a public entertainment in  the Hall have no hesitancy in  taking front seats, in fact, flu-re  is a general rush for them,  and  usually a higher price willingly t,m7 ������r Mu������ 1>lku> wll������ lms cll������rH������'  paid for tue privlcge.    Wc  also J0'llli8 ^".'tinent.  TAKE NOTICE that DavidBcn-  Ward Co., Ltd,, of Vancouver, BC,  lumbermen, intend to apply for per  minion to purchase the following  described 1 tnd.-?:���������Commencing at.?  ptmt planted about 10 chain, north  of a h<renin on the ea-tt side of Copper ReKch, Loniihbflroiigh Inlet,  uhow 3 miles from Towey Head,  ���������hencHenat -JO ehaini*. ibei ce couth  2Ueh"tin**, tlience wen .20 chains,  n Lotiyhlioroiigl'. Inlet, thence  nor'h along itiet-hore tif Loufcht'or-  onah .In-let'ohout 20 chains to point  of commenci. ment > r.d confining  ���������il) ion's ino-'e'or hx-n,  Davidson* W aiid Company, f.Tn'  Frederic L. Vv'ird, Agent.  Dated Sep ernbei 24ih, 1910.  Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from 320 to $35    All "Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  ���������^AA^>v^^f^^l^^M^AA^^^^A^^A^^l  ���������>>^-*t*'^^*vv*%v*vvyvvvvs������vvv^  Merchant  K. AIDA  TAILOR  LADIES' TA1LOU-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS 0QADB TO   ORDER flflD  IN ANY STYLE YOU UIISH.  PERFECT ������IT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,   *  -   B. C.  eai-li mi'Uilinr, of -ht* firm mui' be given.  Etvh tviiiterniuat be accuuiputi,ed l>> an  ucep-td oiuque i.nn char.tred bauk, payable to th������ in iter uf tti������ Unnoralilt tbe Min*  Art of Public Works, <*i*ual to ten pet  cent (10 p.i<,) of tlie amount nt the letldt-r  nltiub will Im forfei od if tho penon tendering dtoiue to. enter into a o������nttnct wben  Called up..11 to dn to, or fail to tomplate the  work contrauud for. If tbe tutidvr be noi  iico.p ed 1 he oh������que will bu i-etimud  Tlie dtpai tinent i>oeH tu.t biud lUelf  to  ai-o^pt the lent or any icmler. ,,  Bj 0 ner,  K C.DE-5H0CHERS,  -.euieniry,  Departmeti' of Publio VVo**k������,  UiUwit, fjnptember'21, 1910.  -New iiiipo h  will not be paid for tliis  RdverttHeiueut if tliey  in.ert it witbwut  .tutliori y frmn the D������(.*Brtnitnt.  U%  Capital $0,000,000.  Reserve $8,700,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY,   PAYABLE  ALL  OVER THE WdRLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & intewwi  at highest Current RaJeD allowed on Ueposits of|l and upwarfllT"  CUMBBBLAND, B.C., Branch, Open Daily.  roUBTENAY, B. 0 , Sub-Branch, Open Tuesday a.  UNION WHARF. ������. Q.t Sub-Branch, Open Thuradaya.  M. P. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  WINTER SCHEDULE.  K-.t'otive on nnd from .fh������ ftrd,  jii"������xitnii, the following will bo tht'  full t-clitii1i.lt* of   our   local   iiiuil | an to,li..WH:-(5oim.i.non.g at.������ post i-Uueii  NOTICE in Upreby given tlmt 80 d..y  nf.tr dn'o  I ii.ttiul to npply 11 the Hon,  riio Chief C* in  l<������|.uer . f J.������tiiln  uu  W.rk. f..r a lioau.e t" prospect fur 0 id  aid petr...mini niulr tbu l.mlu in Wnihiui  Uisti iot, Vanuiiuv. r I>ldiul and decor bed  Tho Uig Sroi'M'n showing of mil*  liiii'f}' for lull in thu linoxt nun  must up*to date, nliown in O11111-  bt.i'luiiil for ninny dO'inoiiH und  rt'lhots grant orudit on tlio t'.Hci-  noticc in church the custom is  right thc reveise, 0 vet/body  crowds into the back scat*, aud if  there are any empty pews tliey  nre always between the preacher  and people, and thc yhul tidings  -_���������--.-. __���������_--    ,     ..It    _!..!_.     .1   .iOnN���������'l-u tlio wif*. of  Fivil  Good, u uon, on Outobrr 'Uh.  A colli'ctioii will lm tiikfti ti|i at  .    .   .              _.             .    the Hank uormr on Sutimlav. lhe  of salvation lo������e all their oUnnt.s JB,h ,       f   g d u        k    ,  iu having to houuo over empty|,     ,       ,,  /     ... _  ig to nouuti over empty  pewis to reach tlicautlicitce. W hy  fliisshouhl be the citt-toiii i.s not  exactly el������?ar to us, unless in the  latter instance position is taken  according to scripturef'-The low*  er place first is ordered to be  invited higher. '  Tl������������ litth. boy was on hit. fairv*  in his littlo night du-ts Htviig  J1.0 prajt;r������t, 1011 lu^ .u.ii .Jm..(  couitlii'i r 'hint iim tiu.pt,i( .ui to  tieklo tlio ho1������h of hi* fort. Jl������  etO'td iik long nn lieoti'ilil und then  tmld'. ''I'lctmi (iot), rvtuii't' mi*,  -wliilt. I knock tlm -tuning out nl  Kollk"  J-ISKOMiTlON OK HARTS'.-.RSI III*  sorter*, ih ni rtiii'.v mvys ih.-n  the p-.itiior*.hi|i .'."iii ol 'i> n.i; .1.1, ,-\ C .ii  tV'll'Ill" Vti- .|*������-.,n '   I :-,i |,l|   ;  |:, i-     I ,,  lyj .1,    1. .' tin   ,.1'M.iC*.    Aili .,1   l'n.,   -.- I 1  vi'.trte.t in V'Mr, T. Rl.isSi.n.      ,\ I ti ���������  count*, ittd dr'tii* <*,;,i.njl <ir������t   .'.ur il.i-  md tirm are ;������>* -'A-.,  i������p������, nv! . l,>  nim.. u\V    K'. i.-*.������  7f"o*f s v   f\ui\\'.*n,-n-,  THO\ Ah RICK.iN.  (iuiitter Alioi'. vdi...    wn*.   .-.  vieU4 of tht) iiiurdrr   of   t'..p'  uut Iiwmi unable to wtirk for it. 0011  nitlvmblu time, to oiimIiIo  hitn    to  go to tlittSuuutoi'ltiiu at Ivitiuloopo,  J. J. Wier arrived lioni" on  Muiiduy, from a nhort vlr.ii tn  VaneotiTwr, Now Wo-.iniiiu.tvriiiio  Viooriii,  sttmiiitii'i*;-���������City of Niuuiiino leaver  JS'nii inioat 1 a. in., on Weilneu*  days und Fridiiy's and flit* Ijneon  (Jiiy leaven Nanaimo 10 p. in,, on  Moeilayp. Uity of Nanuiino leaV*.  er* ('uniox at 7 a, tn,, oir^Tlmrf-  dayti and 'Satiirilayn, QiieH'^City  li't'vt'H Comox at 'l.lR p in,, on  Tiieiiliiya.  ���������������  New Bank.  That Cuniberland and tlie sitr*  rounding di������tiict is duMiined to  rapid growth ih the near future  j may be gathered from the an*  iiouncemeut that the Canadian  Hank of Commerce, one of Can*  [ada's leading financial instifti-  'ions, will esfablish a branch  bank here about the 15th insV  Mr 1. H Hi rd, manager of the  Nauaimo branch, wan here la������t  week and secured temporary  premises in Siddall'* tailor shop.  Mr lilrd alio secured options on  several good business sites and it  is tlie intention of thc hank   to  on the i.u. Ih 1'iitii.dai y lino i.f the oil li tj iks  Sound Luauu ������lit<ut On cliuiin trmu tli* nim-  nliurt1, pri.tittidiiiK Uioi.i** mhiUi CO olmifiii,  Uituue wtm HU ulmiiiri, Uitnon nortb 50  'ob������iii������i .litnuo fuiit 80 tihnlnn tn tnitin  jwint. U. OMtKW (.HWON,  pur K. 1'iitit, agiint.  DatedSe-Jtemtor 2Ut,  NOriOK t^thTt,hy Mrv������ii"lih������vrItTday*  iiftt-r dn 0 I int. hit 10 ....ly ti the Hmi*  the Chtif Ouniiiii.iionor o( LuDiU ami  W01 In tor*. Iiuu11.11 iu (jrimpe-ot fur tioul  and petroleum und*. r thu Undi' in N-.trnm  i'i������tilct V'������ncv*ayi'i I.Uud, umt dmui llwd u������  tull.iwbi���������t'oiiiuiaiiuing at a puit pl..otnl on  lw tuii'tli Iuittiitry liuu ot ihn old Bnyueii  Si.uiiJ I**,** abmit UO onaitii (roin thp nt**  .burt, pruvatdtnn tlmuvu aoutb CO uhalna,  hill a edit 75 ulialiu, mora ur  l.-H, In tlio aoa .lure, thuoor  fni owluu die imihIutbId ii imi'thwoHtorljr  iHraatiiiu until tlm u,t������rs������i limuf lb������ iiurlli  boundary lint uf Ilia old lln>ma Huuiid  Umt*, tiinuit f.ill.iwiiitf aniJ uorth b unJ*  ary Uuu -aimi 00 uhaiui m ra ������r li������������a lo In*  ilial point.  K, T. OAUKVV I.I1W0.V,  pur K. 1'iImi, a^aut.  UataitSpitmliarSUti, Itflu  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  n ��������� ���������  NOTARY PUBLI        ,   CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  :V. BO^O^fl:  manufoaturer of miNBRAU UUATERS.  CUholesale Dealcrr io WINBS, UIQOOR & BEER  f  1  P. 0: BOX 140  PHOKBfl������,...  CUJVIBERLAND  G. H. ASTON,  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER  First-class rrpaikino ok au. kinds donk.  MNOUI8H WATCHK8 A 8!>S6lAt.yY ^  All Work aunrnntt������������d.  Next to Tarbell^  Dunsmuir Ave,  The following are the wiuuiiiK  numlvM for September for Royal  S'andard flour!  39������37    35i������������    83982     90J-.5  3oSa6   62122     45039  -tai.^a ^4488 1 ers who are Hkciy to be ninny  We huve on liaml .several   tin 1    The Cnua.li.in Hank of Com-  The bank* of Canada have  played an important pait in tlie  development of the   Dominion,  cicci ii>u,. n '.'���������>.1!*. iMiii.-.i.-i; ..I .in....-.! .,*-.,-* it, !.;c:;; Iu,'- jclcnncd  I rati, dale, 1-0 du' ^p<lcioilk titu.i jbcUci wuik li lhe t-iu.vt ��������� ot Cud*  imay be proviied for the needs of lnda'sgreaMiessrhan the Canadian  ,Su*55  ' 1 'he sfaff ������tr| the hank's custotn*  claimed coupons and we have de*  citlcd t hat until atl have been  clainicd we will not have any  .'ttrtlier drawings.   Compare your  tnerce was established in the year  1867 and it has to-day aao  branch olllces extending through  out Canada from the  Atlant.e to  '(lupous wiih the nbove list and Hie Pacific oceans.     It has also  ��������� ti  ;i   r  lilt  i'i**;.!.-   mtrnb.***; biaifh^ in T.oudon( V.w*\ Mex-  ot Commerce and its president,  Sir Kduiund Walker, It has  been 'lie ai������*������er 01 i-mtipiiM.-. tin*  promoter of industry.' and the  firm friend of every legitimate  eutetprise that required its support,  Mr W T White, late manager  of the SV-ngway br.inrh   of  the  l������HHna������aaaaHaMa^^  N0T1UK.  Iu tbe ro.tter al til* Offialal Admltilstra*  tor'* Aot and AmtBtllaK Aell, and  In tht oi.tter nf B Uanault, altrn kimttn as  Kp 1.. lata Itauaiild, ilmwiaiaJ lottxtattf  Not loo li bartty ni������an tb������t by vrdar 01  Ilia 11... nr Jud������a hmtkar, iamd tb* 14th  .ih������ ol Hnpiambar, 1910, mails la por.u.  ���������nvo of su aptiliontioii iu lbs Vonniy Vuan  ( NauaUi.u, tioltlau at CututnMtand, 1, tha  uiulfrt.iiiuri), Uflteial Ailmlul.trator txtt  tlut pan of tbo C������util**������l Nati-dm*. lea**.  ** Ilia Ctunus Kit-olorril U-a riot, w������i duly  -*,.t> inte.1 arlodulnratur ul nil aud atniru*  J������r Mm tiatat������. ftlwta ami eradita *i tue  ���������l������v������ namad dacaaatiH.  All debts ttna tht aatato et ihe aald de*  iwanul mutt lw piild wlthtMil AeUy to tbe  itnd������i>l|iit*J and all olslma aguuat tb 1 *nd  aauttt uiuat be yrewB-Haitw me duly *eri*  (Wd, within thirty il.ya frmn ibadaffl  liertwr.     W. W. WlIXVRD,  Offloltl AAnx nl-.tr tnr.  *t,"U.,J" !.U..!!U<1 KCnVc vnv  ulM N������w Vork, Seattle, Portland | bank, -aill wrive in ������hc course of! ,,*ui_.M'u������.b rlai_d'_>ai'uM.'sirta������y  ..nr t.iemiums. ,..*#.       * . .  ' ^^  1.ind San rranctsco; and its  cor*  Tin* Kit Xtl.rou.jrh nnvioo tn 'respondents cover all the princ.  iiiiii'lt.i:  l^tke hue T..,.|,   .it.lrtvt*l    ���������**' U'W"S ,nT,"'8^0l*? '*^ *w1tS.  ii.-ii.il  ing forumi nntli..ii'\ fr  lf  i.twii,       If   Un. t'tii)iir������iitiii|| j^ i*.  ..���������jt^! it, tini*. tin. tli.t itai'i In*,  '������������������it. fi.r   im   iiltim-ilt*   d  mOt*; "-V ^atwiuin Uuuk uf Cirtwlihebaiikbe scixtrr. ������wtv  tnerce has a ptid-up rapiml of j^rity in their new horn-'.  Iro.ooooo". a reserve  fund   ofi  m   a day or so to attune charge of j _������' ������'������������i������"'"'. ������_*  the   local branch,   and wo tale  this (ippomui.'y iu wish hint and  Klliatonat VV'������rk Point Imrr**'!-* i ''*"' ",r "*  ,,,,MI,;H*'  n.>'iuMion  ���������S.ooomoo. and it* tot������l resourcef ���������    0 Hri.tg������*a, of Smulwick arrivt?.!  <>,"r"f1 ,Ak���������, wHl 1,av" v������������������������*������"������ exceed the magnificent sum   of..���������������"������������������������ '������>' M-.tulat'* la.-at. from at-  Vict'.ri-*.. ������-J *ttit'l.o������d Ifl bt huti^j  ott ilt������ei.������U*r 'JL  rA. Tormlay.  NOTICE  ���������PKN'OKIWwlHIn.  called for  tin* ith* ion nf a two it'or? ImiiM*  ,,,OJ** iuu at QoorUimv, until 'VHtipi-  dtty, Cli-lutmr 5Mi,������t fi o'clnclf,  'liana and H|.IWi'*������*.fni������ twn lw  *wi nt thi. Hivt*tmUe Hot**\,  hiwrtttirnnfieitmwr, not lire***  if 150,000,000.  Itttwling tlm Wetitiittattir Fwr,       .���������������"���������> ������e������������|i<ij������f.  KOTICB.  IN tbe mat'er of tb* Otttoial Admlniatm**  t..r'������ Ao������ anil Amending Aeta, ������u I  In tha matter<jf W Jt������������������raan, also kno������D  a* Williim OUvur Uaamuiiu, d.oeimel  luttttato,  Notioe la berotiy glvoD tbat by arder ot  W< Hoih.f .?iul**M Hnrlrcr. diit^d ttm 14th  d if nt Be-sturaher, 1910, made In -atau-  nnue of nn sp|illo������tlun in the Oiunty  Ooort vf Naaalmii, ln-ldfo at UnmlatrUad  I, tht nnileraltr-Beti. OfUilM AdwluUtratur  fur thst part fifth* County of Ntnaimo,  ktwiwB aa tha (loana Kt������et������rMl D.atrUi*,  tfaaduly aiit-ninicd ad������unia'nitJir ������f all  ami aiutm-ar ibe e.tate. etteeu aad cn-dlle  ot the ib-ire uaia������d daeoistil.  Alt d������bti dua th-* Mt*t������ tif the mttd de*  eeaavd mo*t be p������l<l a-itR-tat dtUy tu tbtt  nndaraiffnatl. a. d all ������'alnn a<ihiat the  add ttdtite muat tm ^uninud Iw ow, ilnly  ver*H������1, aitliln tt,lt*/ .lays frtan the date  heteof. Vi. W. WtiXAKO,  OfiMel AdmltitMttwer.  Datttl at C������i������.������*i1������������t, RO. tble Slat day  . f imtdmtolwir, 1810.  XOTICE U luTt'hv Sji-oit, thnt  I will not l* w*f-MttfiMtJ for utijr  ������l������������lif������ contrnctnl in mr mm*, hy  mt mitt*, n* aWIias |t������fl my l*e*i  nittl Immrtl wlthrtti* jn������t renm*.  Wil.  Ktxta. immtlyaruitti, ft. V.  i

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