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 -     /*��������� /**. .ft.      . .      ,*''./  \ f  y*. /:��������� /-'A-**' -' A .��������� ������������������'   ���������*������������������  THE  ^VoW^   ��������� -   v0//\l--v ���������*���������-'���������  ���������9  A. Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interest* of Comox District.  -'��������� ^ "' "        "'"' -���������'���������      "    ''  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. CM  TUESDAY, OCT. 18, 19x0  ���������-i-u ,���������.   Subscription $1.00 a Year  T3PIT  9mm*^9*mt9m9^  i  \  THE BIG STORE  IV. . ���������., .  l^^ss^^^^^raWii^Ntsiu^afsjiiailir'eii  TIE  FILL  Means Wet Weather  Wet feather on Oiled Clothing  Medium weight oil coat, rain proof.  (Good Value)  e ��������� n a a e  $3.50  Heavy weight oiled Duck, leather  bound (exceptional value)...      5qq  Light ���������weight oil coac, motor cuff,  the lightest weight shown,  (we guarantee every c������������at)   7.50  CRAVANETTES  A splendid range, in newe_t patterns.  OIL HATS  Prices from 50C. TO $1,25  UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS  An immense   showing.      Prices   range  from $1.25 TO $5.00  Give us a Trial Order in Groceries  *t^A**x*m\**^*miS*>**  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Cuinberlan d.  Beds and  ������*������,V*������.Ti.'j.tj.T..!.,*i.T..f..tr,*.iT..*.i*..*,  ������������������* ������"*i**i"r'.*"." i"i",rn"i"i**i"ii  STOVES  and   <���������  RANGES  FOR  Furniture  Wallpaper  Mixed  Paints  _______r*______________3__Am  THE CORNER STORE  OMt{ STOCK OF  f*.stincoats, Slicker's, Oil  Clothing, Umbrellas  ���������T-R-Y-^T-H^-  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  Is noca COJVIPltETE.  j_Tl jLJt^'iJi>������^'ni"|V'^i^*^'Vf^"'"i *"'ii" * fr-1* V"i *11  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   &AKER������  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agent* for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  ,    Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  ^^tx^e90m\i^itam*n0e^atmytm'\m^  Canada West Trust Co. ������"������'���������������������-*'-���������  RobtC W.Uon, a former resident of Cumberland, is in the city  in the interests of the Cnnadn  West Trust Co. Ltd. Mr Wilson  is accompanied by Mr D 0 Beid,  president and manager of the  Canada West Trust Co,, which  company was organized some Ave  and a half mouths ago, aud is  now preparing to actively enter  the business field. The hend  office af Ute company Is in Victoria. The company Is conducted  on sound hufiticwi principles, nud  should he n great benefit to Vancouver Island by way or interesting Eastern and foreign capital  in the development of Islaud and  mainland enteptises.  The company has nn author-  toed   cnnital  of $1,000,000, and (State*  tlm fni In res tor the |ia_i  will traiwact a general trust busi 'wook n 11 in Imr QliU, uu iuoruiiu of  been closely associated with some  of the largest nnd most successful  financial institutions iu the pro*  vince.  Several prominent men figure  ou the directorate- the officers  aud directors being, D C Reid,  president aud manager; WO  Wallace, vice-president; A K  Forbes, secretary-treasurer; W K  Houston, Vlctorlu; Lieutenant*  Colonel Kurd ley* Wilmot, London, Eng ; Howard Parrant, Van;  J W Givcns, Van.  The solicitors are Messrs Tait  & Wraudou. Victoria. Hankers,  The Merchanti Hank ot Canada.  mtuwHt xjoi IS, ���������liii.iiinf*. folium* Ut Canada lm lUn ina*t nc.!.  tiiiiiilwr 04 oomprirod with ii8 lanf  week, and 80 in tl.eeorrospondlnjj  wook of lOOii,     In th������U������.i,od  ness, such as is carried 011 by the  lending trust companies of the  Dominion. Modern ground floor  offices are now being secured.  Mr. D. 0. Reid, the president  and manager, is also pretrfdent 01  the Island Investment Co., Ltd,  and president ofthe H C Interior  Land and Improvement Co. Ltd.  For years Mr Reid ha* m-ide a  clot*e study of (Minpanies of this  41 over tlio previous wook,  at-     .mmmn+^p*  *      *imam  It, W, Bnilcy hits resigned hie  position with J. N. MoLiud, aud  will learn for Vancouver about  the first of next mouth, Mr.  I'oiloy wIIMkj ruif'trewdwi by Mr  Stanley Warn, uf Vancouver, who  is at proeerit hero.  Tlio hraimb of iho Huyal  Hank  ���������if Canada at (kmrtfiiey, wilt  iu  fntiirt' he ojpnn on Fn mys na wt>u  kind, aud'since his arrival iu u.i'<������������Tmn������l������je of each wwk.  Football Notes.  The Mixtnres and "No 5 This*  ties met for the third time in tlie  Final for the Charity Cup ou  Sunday last, Both ten ms were  at full strength, aud a large number of spectators witnessed the  game.  Thistles won the toss, and the  Mixtures kicked off aud made  tracks towards the Thistles' end.  The play from the start was very  fast, the Mixtures' forwards mak  ing great efforts to get through,  but the sterling defence of the  Thistles' back division kept them  out, A (onl against the Mixtures  gave thc Thistles relief and was  the means of the Thistles getting  their fim goal. The ball, going  out to the left wing front the  kick and Clarke beating William  son for possession, scored, with n  beauty, From the kick-off the  Mixture* redoubled their efforts  and bombarded the Thistles' goal  with all kinds of shots, aud their  efforts were successful, W Sutherlaud {Hitting the teams level  with a shot from close iu. Play  for a time was very fast aud even  both goals lieiug visited in turn.  The Mixtures again applied the  pressure, and mndc great cfibris  to get the lead, but Shearer, iu  g>ial, wits ln great form and held  hi* rhttrgr* Intarr. Piny nwln  opened out nnd the Thistles ������tr������  rit-d thu play towards Walker's  end. They were awarded a pen  alty for Campbell handling the  bail. -,?';������nne io\>L (tic *.'.**. Mi*\  had iioditllcnlty in scoring Walk  er, only getting a glimpse of the  ball going past him. The first  half ended without the score beiug added to.  A tw a short interval the plnv*  eis li������i;aiu the second half. This  half was uot so fast as the first  one, the pla) ers having takou loo  uiiiclt'Mi! of themselves during  the tlut half. Tfw Thistles had  the best  of play this half and  should have added to their lead.  E Wynne, the Tlustles^-star half,  back, uie ���������witiva]i/i^  ceivtng a nasty kick, and had to  be carried oft the field. The  game ended with the score of a  goals to 1 in favor of the Thistles.  The game was llie fastest ever  played in Cumberland, both  teams beiug well matched, The  Thistles were lucky to lead at  half-time, as the Mixtures had  the pull in this half. Wynne  was the best player on the field  and played a great game. W and  J Sutherland were the pick of the  Mixtures.  The collection amounted to  $26.25,  LOST���������Ladles hack comb  with diamonds, Inward hy  turning to '���������!." News ofliw},  set  ro*  These having been secured BEFORE  the recent great Rubber Boom,   f  should be well worth your early  attention.  ft  ft*  Dunsmuir Ave.  -Cumberland-^���������  I  $ -.-������������������  " ''���������'���������-;���������  - '������������������' '   '.- .���������"''������������������ .-I"       "  YOUR NAME IS'GOOD."  .ANYTHING IN '  -   ���������THE -.  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  STODDART  THE .JEWELLER.  Noxt door to the Royal Rank of Canada, Cumberland.  iflrn B Sjhjl.  Tlie cold weather Is now hero to ntay, and you  will need a good warm mlt and overcoat to ksep  out tho cold, lint before you purchaeo come in and  sou onr stock of Fit-rites *%\ $20 and $25  And our Overcoats at $12 to $20  Ooat 8weaters in Grey,  Navy and Brown   $2.25, $2,50  Scj our samples for m������tdu*to*measure  FIT.RITE,  >c CAMPBELL BROS.  m  u-v  Mr F II Bhop1ionl,ehivf insp������e  tor of milieu, loft Nanaimo M  Friday for I'VutotoostiililU Iharn  tlm It rat nf t\\ttM*. guv(>.rnin<"it  rot-eno t.tationi������, Tlw othi'r stiuionn  to be int*ta)i������d nm Nnnnitno im-l  Cimtberland. All tho apparatin-  for ������h������������o Ktatioim am on tht������ way,  antl on Mr tfltt������filn.rd'������ wtiirrt fo  >?iri������iimA he irlll tn-ij.,. nrim\������t'-  niKnt for tlio Inttallali ������n of tlie  >'aiiMUuoaud Cuuiln'rUiidsuiioii".  Hon \letma has hirn Inft in the  mountains abot-o Quiiria Crcok,  hincu last Siinilny, Si-nrrJi hna  imn made for liiiii, Init up t*. tin*  ptvMin'no traeiMif Mm Iih- lv������m  f mini. Ilttn nturtwl up iliw tnniM.  turn mt SuimIhv iti'iriiitiy mIhiih,  with ton luiti-uV nf atiiiiiiinitinit  nnd no fi**l, i-xpi-tin^ to rot urn  to cnmjt nhnrtly, Init ruglit rumiirg  rm mH no night of him luo i.iiti-  pftiiiiinn hwittnn alnriu^l hut i*ouhl  do tiotliiu^ in tho way uf a miiiii Ii  n* it was dark. Lar^o jutitict, kh-  now scouring thu monntHuis tr\ lug  to Iticnic, tho inir.fiii(^ nmn. Hon  in faiuillar with that part of tho  rsriimtry, and tho only fxpl������nnti*nii  uf his not returning is thnt lm lm*  mi'l witli im a.'cidi'iit. It U fi'..-  f'rwly Import that ho will turn U|������  nil ripiit.  Kinoo tho ahitvo, Bon arrivnl  Immo by uaynf Hrowji'urivfrmiil  Su. 7 inino.  L������t* advicot* from Eaquiuialt nm  ���������n tlio *d}t*vt tlmt li������or������������ is "lifiily t*l  li(>ht y**t Mt i������ i)to Lihonil pirty.  I'.'Ul illCU.  i  I  iv i.lljnTlatM*aJ*agiffr*aiMii������  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  f  The FOURTH  ESTATE  Novelized by  FREDERICK R. TOOMBS  From the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford.  CoovHtfht. 1009 by Jo.eph  Medill  Patterson and Harriet Ford.  (Continued.)  Brand was deeply out by der manner  ami lift uu.million  "Judith, tt vuu uni.v know the truth,  all nt it. unrig.** I eat. r reti you, you'd  he with nit- bean uuu soul In what I tn  trying to do."  He caught tier In bin srruu again.  "Whatever I've done or whatever  I may do l love yoo." be Insisted passionately.  Jtiaitb showed equal fervor as sbe  ������aid:  "And you're more to me than my  father, tint tor tny sake you mustn't  work against hmi How conid we  ever be nappy Licet her it you did?  IVou'll do this (or iiih. Wheeler. J tint  thla'f 1 want yoti to carry out your  ideals and live up to your nicb pur-  pones In every other wny, tint you  mum riot artai'lt tuni I'rotiuse me  tbat you'll never do it ticiilti Won't1  yoa promise me that 7 Ano you'll retract that article you bad this looming.    Voull do this roi me. lust this?"  "Judith���������It's ih������> truth and. knowing  ���������tbau would you have me retract ity"  "Yea."  j -I can't"  i Judith began to take off the engagement ting Hrand had given her.  "You don't mean to do thatr he  cried in amazement  "1 most certaini.*, do'"  Be was almost rrantlc.   Be grasped I  -fjer-ba rid- ������������������.��������� ������������������f-  "I won't let you tnenn it    1 can't let j  yon go without your ring.    Vou may I  'be Judge Barteimy's daughter, but you  are going to be my wife   'You've worn I  iny ting for a month, aud you must  Wear it forever!"  'i'he girl passed his passionate appeal by wlrhoui beetling It. She tossed  back her pretty head deliantly. snatch-  *?d the ring from bet linger and threw  iit on the managing editor's desk.  "I'll not wear It again.' she exclaimed resolutely, "unie-si* until you coto������  to your senses." So expressing herself.  #he stalked majestically across tbu  room.  "Judllhr rolled Rrond In deaperfc-  tion, tearing that sho was'about to  Heave blm.  "Will yoti do what I ask?" sbt-  tjueried Imperiously  "I ennnot." he-nnswe-ret, simply.  The judge's dn uglier tossed her  bead liideiieridenny, ctiught ner fiklrt  *n bpt hand, turned her Irnck swiftly  <oo Hrtinfl nnd wuiK.'d indignantly  from the room.  Wheeler Urn nrt, tinted, hnnrtulck  ������nd diwoiiniged and ii.-ti by (he emu-  ttoiiN Uuu welled with n mm. lenneil  ���������Helplessly ngitltist Hie nesk After ml,  He miaoued, wfjrtt did ll llll iiimterr  "J'liere were lots of evil men In tlio  world, always hnd neen, niwitys would  toe. What hnrm would Ir do If one riln-  honest judge were allowed in go un*  molesriHl. even ir he nnppeiied to he il  United Suites induer Surely thero  ���������were other rtishiiuesi Indue*, and bo  ���������rotiidiiot drive hii nr itiein off tba  ���������bench-no, indeed And. moreover.  this thankless t*M< he nnd ������lioindered  would it lie sin-ci'iiieti rnti him ot Ibe  ���������jrtrl he inved It would mr*. nltn ot tba  Jove nf I lie gin wnn iitfeti ruin.  ��������� Then the ihonuhi ol the enthusiasm  thst had minred rum as he wroia th*  wort mm nnd etpoaed itttte* H-srttl*  my came io nun and ciiinu in nun ins  Inspiration in iiniim i,  mrniiu  mnn rs  "Night editor! (.lh. hello! Cm three  columns iuo.*e out ot those snavlngs.  We've got a live oue Seven dago kids  drowned First time they ever saw  water tu then lives. Kim three columns'" He nurig up the receiver and  turned'to lhe i-iiy editor.  "Put   Iti   three   leads   and   make   It  stick out tike a sore iiiuinb.   And. say,  j put  in a  black  tuceii  nuiletiii  saying  j the Advance will receive subscriptions  I for ihen famines "  j     IiurKln   eiuert-d   with   a   bundle   ot  I proofs. \  ;     "And. say. I'owns." added Mi-Henry,  I  "prim in tioiit t'.u-iil type i ha I the Ad  . vanee will start tlie subscription with  ] $, IW"  !     "Mr. Pirpoy is* downstairs," aiitiounc-  ! ed imrkiu  | 'i'he miiiiiiglnc editor could not sup-  I press a snui expression winch crept  across his fare "irnpuy. ell?" be  grunted half tiudlhly "Wonder what  he wants around here nuw? He. a a  regular buttinski."  Mellenry Knew Dupuy In a business  way. Knew tie was counsel for several  of tlie nig mercantile establishments,  which advertised in the Advance aud  that the.lawyer had represented various corporations at tbe srare capital.  "Well. I suppose,I'll imve to si*������ him."  be filially remuved "Show Mr. Dupuy  in." Jie called lo llie boy  "(Jood evening." was Duptty's greeting to McHenry as he entered aud!  placed his overcoat-ori a chair.  "i.ood  evening.   Mr    Dupuy.    Whnt  rao 1 do for you?'    Ibe visitor seated  himself   at   the   right   of   McHetiry's  desk  "McHenry." begun Dupuy decidedly,  low up his advantage, j  -Very well; It's up to ynu,*'he said  j  "Rut I  want you to realise, whatever !  happens, there Is no personal auimusi  j  ty iu the matter." [  "What do you  mean hy "whatever '  happens'*" asked the managing editor  quickly.  A NEPIGON FUNERAL  CRUDE  ROMAN  CATHOLIC CERE*  MONY MARKS LAST SCENE.  "Ir* nn -nne. Affffc*)*-*/"'  The visitor  was  a 'living  picture ot  compiaceuc y  . "How milch advertising did you get  from oiir concern uist year?"     ���������'  Tlie mntitignig editor began to discern more clearly the hidden. Club in  Dupuy's words and demands.   *  Body Is Taken by Canoe Across the  Bay to the Tiny Cemetery Where  the Relatives of the Deceased Follow as Best They May the Catholic  Burial Service���������Roof of Birch Bark  Is Placed Over the Grave.  i,  Thc old man was dying.   Tlio Qrent  White Plague had him in its grasp,  | taking,another to make up its . at.-  ! nual toll from the rapidly-diminish-  ! ing ranks of- the Indian people. He  1 lay at the far side of a bark topee on  a couch raised a foot from the  ! ground. Under the couch were flat  | stones heated in the fire. Although i  j it was' July-, a rabbit skin robe, the  I wannest of all furs, was wrapped  I about   the   emaciated   figure.    Over  the coverlet the face showed sharply,  the features bearing   the   unmistakable signs   of   death.    Close   to   the'  sloping walls sat the squaws and tho  papooses, their   heads   bowed,   their  shawls closely drawn, silent, motionless, awaiting the end.  Near by burned   the camp-fire   of  four vhite   men���������two   of   them   fire  rangers, the third a prospector, and  the  fourth   a  French   "squaw-man."  The evening   meal   was past;   pipes  were lit, and the four gazed silently  down into the glowing embers���������each  building for himself there air castles  which rose, trembled, crumbled, and  Wl into the ashes.   The sun had gone  behind a mountain, and -already Ions       Medical Advlser-The ponwssjon of n  shadows danced and trembled on (ho j brain, my dear boy.-Chicago Tribunft,  bosom   of   the   lake,   where   another  shadow, more  sinister,  hovered  over The fleal Props.  the   bark   tepee,   hesitated, and   de- These dancing tables- may b* wall  seended���������the   Shadow   of    Death.     A Jn their own,way.  slight   cry   came   from   the   direction Bui nn tor tn*. in rather am  of the te_ee; then the quick patter o* **��������� *ood>* ballet  moccastrld feet. -ptttsbtir-  which. comes ot observance.  The remaining squaws, almost picturesque in plaid shawls and colored  head-clothes, showed no sicn of interest or grief. The men stood leaning on their shovels; one removed  his hat.  "Poor ole man have hard time, you ���������  bet," suid'Kow-t.ish.4ia thc grave was ���������  being filled. " Plenty fumilee, not, '  much fish no. winter him long, tall  snow; him hunraree some time; cold ,  all time, I gu-\ss " :  On   the   mound   of   fresh   earth   a ;  wooden  cross    was   planted,  bearing ,  the nimie of th" dead* inati carved in '  Tough  letters.    The grave was cover-':  ed with a qtilit, nf birch hark, strips j  sewn  together,  to  he   replaced   later !  by ������  wooden covering Similar to the  roof of ii house.    As the bark of" the ���������  birch  protected  the d.-.td  inun  from j  "kamewiln"  (rain)'   cluy.ni   hip   life- j  time, the uyrnbers cf the  tribe  will !  not  believe  th.it it  can   Ior- its vir- j  tues after death.    Formerly, in pagan j  times,    within    the   '.���������rave-roofs,   tlie '  Indians placed a tomahawk, bow.and \  arrows, a liuiiiin>.r-knifo und pipe, so  that  th ���������  disembodied  spirit,   returning     from      ii-."     I-Kppy     Hunting  'Grounds   to   visit  its  native'  haunts,  might learn  that"   tho dead  are   not  forgotten by the living*  The funeral over, all turned- toward the canoes, except ��������� the aged  squaw, who paused at the grave to  wipe away furtively a few tears shed  for tho warrior who lay so quietly  beneath the little mound of sand on  the edge of. the forest.-<J. T. Stirrett  in The Saturday Globe.  WILL MARRY ANGLESEY  PRINCESS PATRICIA'S   LONG DENIED WISH COMES TRUE.  Enlightening Him.  Algy���������Doctor, whnt-a.w-is the nrrt  symptom oY softening of the brainy  Mr  Dupuy wiu-(Uturnaitiiru,.  "somebody on ymir pnper hns beeu  rooking pad breaks niieiy. particularly  tbe one this morning "  "Wliitt one this morningV"  "The Judge Hiirieiuiy story,, of  course"     .  "Help!" antig out Mellenry. Tve  been getting iimr nu any "  "It's no joke, Mclieury," snapped  Dupuy  "It wns n mistake." responded the  mniiiigmg ediinr,  "Mistake! Who wns responsible for  It?" leaning forward ���������  "Oh, it Just supped through In tho  rush "  "Tell tlmt to the mariner**," retorted  r)U|iu.v������iirciiHtii*iiil*'. Uepiiusocl. "Who  slipped ii thriuigh'r"  There wits iinullier piinsa. ,  MeHr-riry Ihiuiki to assert hlmsPlf.  "Rxcuse iiih, Dupuy," he asked point*  edly. "Hut how noes thu Hartelmy  story nffper ymi?"  "home ot my clients havs ������ very  high regnro for ihe mdge, .onr story  grossly misrepresent Uiui."  "*ittu, | mpiKmv sa"  "This growiim i*Mirl������*n������*-/ to hrlnt diu1  work fur the piiinn* uimil eiiiiin������Hl llm ( Judli-mry intti dNrespe**! tsa dariuennm  spirit ol W-heciei Hiiiiiii. ciipiunii hl|r | a.Miipinui ut Die unreal beuetilli tba  ���������out     Ttie mend)   ugiu   ttiirintl  iiiico j, aiirtiir-it."    apuke    Dupuy    poiii(ioiiaiy,  MPat" of Connaught, Daughter of,  Canada's Next Governor-General!  Has Loved the Marquis of Ang-v  lesey For Several Years, But Has.  Been Kept From Wedding Him*���������  Wanted Her to Marry a Prince.  The romance of the moment in  royal circles is that of Princes*.  Patricia of Connaught, who, after rejecting several kingly suitors, is nt  last to be allowed to marry the man'  of her choice, who is only a marquis-  The love story of Princess "i'at" is  tlie topic on all tongues in England  just now, and it is of special inter,  est to Canadians, for the reason that-  the father of the Princess���������the Duke  of Cbnnaught^���������will probably be our  next Governor-General.  ' King Edward was determined that  ;his niece should marry a -monarch,  but Princess Patricia loved Charles-  Henry Alexander Paget, Marquis of  Anglesey, a fine-looking young man  of about her own age, and was determined to marry no oue else. As-  the youngest..' and most beautiful  'daughter of King Edward's brother,  'when Princess "Pat" decided, to  'escape a throne she had her work cut  out for her. Attractive royal princesses were none too numerous. When  'English, particularly, they are not-  ligntly to be wasted on mere peers,  They are tremendous political assets,  and King Edward was not noted for  missing any political advantage, least,  of all one thnt favorably affected the  .fortunes of members of his own*  family. '  Ever since Princess Patricia bud-  ided into womanhood nntil very recently she has been" the beautiful  .focus of royal matrimonial negotiations. The first i������id most advantageous of the alliances planned for her  was with Alfonso, King of Spain.  Edward, it is said, was set on this  affair, probably all the more so bo-  cause he realized that Patricia's opposition was due to her fancy for the  young Marquis of Anglesey.  The British King is pretty   nearl  i absolute monarch in his own family  Ll  iand probablyT)ut lor~oneTliihg poor \  .Patricia would   have ljiad   to yield.  iThis was the fact, learned later, that  iAlfonso was, strongly inclined to an-  i other English   princess-^Victoria   of  Battenberg,    who   in   marrying   the*  .King of Spain would solve the politi- \  ical part of the problem equally wellr  'it  while suitably filling the career of an- )|  .other royal eligible. '  The comparatively recent effort to  'marry Patricia to Manuel, the young  ���������King of Portugal, was less strenuous-  'because 'Portugal is one nf those  countries wliich cut n comparatively  small figure on tho political map of  jEttrope. Still, Manuel was a full. |  .fledged king, and the son of a king, .,'(  who was one of Edward's moat particular friends, Ho wus sent on it  visitini; tour of most of tho European  courts with the admitted object of  picking out his bride,  Along with tho other eligihles, poor  .Patricia hud to meet the young King"  withnn aspect of expectant amiability.   But Princess Patricia held her \|  ground.  In 1000 tho princess hnd a very hnrf  quarter-year owing to her royal  uncle's desire to content tho now and  friendly relations between Grout-  Britain und Russia by marrying hor  to tlm Grand Duke Mtehiiel, only  'brother of tho Cnnr. At one time*  thero were unofficial reports of a betrothal. Undoubtedly this time tlur  princess was saved liy a change in."  the diplomatic situation.  A your and ti half ago, when Prin-  cohs I'titriciu visited  Italy   with   her  ���������;  i  morn lu his eyes He t-hmik iilinselt I  toiellier-timteiieti inn mil (line grip on I  Himself. As tor Jii.liui, he wuuiu do |  tils duty, nml tie wouid wm imr yet.     ]  When ihr niiiiiMifiri*. niitui ot tlu* Ail* i  rutue r������-enier*Hl nis .iili.**. mm wuiHet) j  briskly toward iu������ desk hv toiiiid '  W li-rrtrt Unit nl KNiktng eMgen������ over a '  uotelsKik wnieri, uuiiw unkiuiwii to Mc-  Henry, coiiitiiueil Uie datn fur no ar |  tleitr on tlie Luimltiu Ittm i-aar even j  mors dNiiiHKiriK to Jmlgs Hnrteimy mau !  tu* one Mirenuv pruned I  "Witli, did you settin lir asked Me*  Henry |  I'.r::i.d I*. .It,*.l *.;_. _:A, nturU-ti Uwsril '  the tli sir  "The   ted era i  bench  is  Ilia  uiilumtw  UUiwiirk "  Melleriry iBiiirrwl  "OH. cHpltai iiidlatrfaal   Yes. 1 know  ���������II Niiiitit thai,"  Uupuy stirred imllgiinntly.  "TUeri* wns tn������ iH-en������lou for that rt-  '��������� mutt,'1 hti shut fori n tartly '  Mellenry nnv. ttint Uti'iiiy wns mry  | much tu enrneat. nud Hit* iiinnngeiiient ;  | ut tlm Advniiee, ita lie had |irevioita|y [  ' known It- j'epiesentiulvea of an In. !  i suraiice company would bnve desired (  in MTHtlry the wlabHS of Mi*. |)owi������rfiii !  | interests iM*niuil liiipuy ho far as tba i  '��������� iiimv nu-rier ������������������ (���������niii-erii.'.t the man- '  1 ugliiR editor cmild not tell whui hia at* I  ���������Yea, air," he anawerad, and bt wm i '���������l,'���������������������������, *���������"��������������������������������� *"��������� '" ���������������������������*��������� "���������'���������ii*,r, uul lie  too* j  At thla Jinn-rurr Downs, ihe city ed- '.  Uot, cuine lino tlie iiinimgliig editor's ,  room.   He undressed Mchenry rapidly, ;  Wait,*.,       ,,,,.,.,     i4\tl*l\%     mt,,      .'������*   ^1  ������������������������%>������������������      **.*,*  <*'",*,  dn.wiiwl m-feti dago klda In lhe Ima*-  hml I'M*Hveil no iii������|riiilioii*������ u* yet to  iluinire ibe iHiiuy ut tne imiwr I'laln*  ly tlie e.ntr**������e of winIimii. tie reiiMuiied,  would be to uet Inward hupny na ha  I.'iit  *l.-ti.|1  III  Him liiixt    ulieli  tlie  IMMIir-  nine eiiiniiuny   mm  inai-.n-.|   nml  tiie  emit ot a tenement; uinthem. acriili- , I'"!-**" ���������>*��������� oirfraied .... it  purely cotu  wiiineii, gone out to work and locked  thetn in; wmet rising ' lie drew clone  to lhe (leak 'I'liinlivn. ciiiiiinua *ihiin  tn ew'Hite, foiimi tiiiddnHi in emu oth  mr* nrmn mi tup ������i..|i dn.wiiHil.' All  ti<il tlie yiitiiig.-Nt biiuirinit mi to a  ainiifc nl iM<i������d*>; riuini lui.e died pray  lux''  lhe mariHeing wlitnrif frfe* Immedl  ft rnti     lU'lll.-n^l     !,,,,)    |)tf    |,.,uil.i.-.l    til*  <fe*lk elllbll-|i|i.|lc,-l|lv  ���������*������..*iai: Uimmf. Mv iMnrt*. tlliifa N  datatv' I'tmi ������ie��������� cut tli.-*., \.������w  Well till* h tm|iei i.ni..,rr>iw' IVell  Kit Hie limn im itun. itn) ymi *fi,iS a  firM������������ni.*r>i|irief'*        ,  ���������\ fm    -.(I    |  (||it "  M. lleun ������iml ii������r <*tB������* itle|.**������o*>#.  u.eieiui IiHkm Sen, be would deul i  cureiuily wllh Uupuy Umt is, wllb '  Dupuy a clieiila ,  ",Nu olTeii������e  nieiii.t,' etpliilnMl  Mc* J  Henry.     "Ueii.   well   lime   nothing  in..re nbotll Hi.rteiiiiy,    iim ttuil xiilia-  ty yniii ���������pe.ipie)''' !  Ilinlih >���������������!! .*.!. ll...,, lii.it <a ili Ua  eminently ������*l|������l'i. I,������r������ reHIt lo itswill  din] lo me M������ I ti. .i  h'smi aintaer.'* ���������  "All ngtil; llml aettiei. Hmi ��������� ;  "oil tit.i ijuit*','" K.ud ii-ipiiy. mhins  hia b;iiHf Muriiiiigiv -Itiere*. one  more (mnit \Mm via- rt".p.������n������ibi������. ior  llie vioiy ;  "i)n, tet* imam thnt"  Itut IMipuv 1-i.iim i...t tn- in-tieil n������l.le  M< llefirv   fuel   t������-t".!i   t..   ni*e   way   to  bim, ami tba* i������������'it ti.ui.ded to ������oi-  "tin, i emit any un in unit."  "At'OIII   JPUHMI   Hlil'lll.   H'JIKII'f  Iff  "\en. I Hliuiiiil Hunk an,' admitted  Mellenry  "Well there'" the nioiwer." Mrliilui  Hi liiipnv itiiniiiiiitiiitiy "A* n mutter  of hu**iUieK������ icileiiry, it ymi lire net  friendly in my ciieiirs, why, yuu can  hnrtio e j peel t bein lu lie friendly la  yon. nml I ibnii eip.nin in Hie new  pr.i|irieii>r nf lhe AtMiiuce, Mr, .Noinii,  llie r������n������..n*. fill file --llililell nrop Ui DIM  iliU'wrlHinu lie b* ii I'l.'b lllllli, tiud  lie pfoliiiiiii Mill tint like Ki know linn  he is itr llie wuy nt mittm it gniHl deiti  of niiiliey lu Inrtliel ii niilirHI propn  giiiidtt vs lii.-h he pmliiibly ilibor*.  t'oiiie, Mellenry, for .u.iir own aiikt  lie reu*Jotiiitiie l\ no wrote tbe at ory V  fiitniy yon are in it gniuu io couaider  a mere retainer in u mutter so vital  to nm Inlere*!*.     Who was UV"  MrHenry HiirreiHlei'ed  "A yoiiiiK leli.'w u,inuii VI Oevmr  Bni.d '  luipuy roae mid towered nhovn Me.  lleur) ll������ lie ill I ill III* rtenk.  "I (li.iiii.iii ������ii I on ij wrtrued to  maki* ntitm," he ������nni "He t, a Uutmer.  i>u**> lype i'l.in.'M rroin iri������>d eiiuiiuti  /ienpii>,   mil   ihiiiiiiiiiii*'  in  i*ei   Imu  toe  liuieilirnt br atlrrmu up the mob  Tliniir.111 he intk'IH Mine learned aeiiae  bv ti.iiv. Iml It hcciii- tie li.i*ii. t.   liiiena  "(He man. (lend���������Is died just now!" The Only Thint* to Od.  Tlie   next   duy   propuriitiiins   were j    Tli" old veteran luul piini*"<l in  innde fur   tlio   funeral.   Tho   vilVipe ; reminiscences and was mou-iinir  cnffinriinkor   hrotight   honrtls,'  tttlked i brow, while Ills audieiiec wnit-d  and u'cHtieiilnted with tho men. considered iipnrt from them, and final ly  ���������riiiniiwicliired n row*/!! box. Canoes  were drawn upon the hunch; the  lings were silent, and whispered aoft*  ly tn themselves,  "Want to come to the bitty?" wit'  oil Kuw-timli, son of tho tlecenne.1, of  the   white   men,  who   accepted   the  lnvitalii.il.  bee-iime   the   law of   the  j (nuttier iriivt* them no option.  The corpse win* borne out of the  lepee by (ovir stalwart Indians and  I placed uently In the ennne,  J "Very big ninn become nmnll-not  j much now, 1 guess," remarked Kew-  I tilth.  ' The cittion containing the coffin  I started from fhe ahViro, followed by  I n second cimoo, in which were the  I four white men and nn I rid I tin,, To*  l geUicr tiny moved toward tin* tiruve-  ytT'l. ��������������������������� ...11-ir*..*r '.f ti tulle ill- (not  | nerons the buy. Tn a (ew momenta  j the tui#* crated on the siindy beach.  '��������� und the Imiinfis imniedintcly ln-li) %  I coiimiltiitlori reuarditig thc choice of  , n fuiltnble location for the jjrave,   In  *}.-      ,;     "���������    t.irMi    l.-.rt-    r*-i.,,.n  ' containing tlie n(|tiatvs put out from  J tlie villaee nnd (ollowed, Filially  i crime Chief Otitwin, tlexUTitisly paddling in  the stern o( his ciiiiop (In  hi-  hi*  Itti*  patiently, Oiin'-'iiia In* Jind led off  "I recollect." he continued dmi'ii-  ily. "that nt tho buttle of '������������������im I luul  n'very excitin' t!m*. Pulli'tn were  pell In' unon us like rain, men .loll  right nnd Wt, cannon rneretl like  thunder ItHclf. and. worst-of nil, the  enemy hurl rnimiitred to ir������t within ������  hundred yards of our position, I wn'**  mud with exi*lt'"*i"iit rirul wasn't  tliinkin' of ntiythitig except juct  flahtln' (or nil I wu* worth. All o( it  fiidden 1 turned and (>uud that my  regiment hnd chan-jed Its position,  nnd I wns cut o'f-left to the mercy  ol tho one'ny, fir!"  The vfenn paua'-d. He nlwaea  do"������ nt the most exciting pnrt. Ho  finds it amusing.  "Welt, whnt did you doP" asked an  imn'dier*. listener.  ' iJi.r      Mini   lie-   i>el   |cie������������������   mivltiif.  "Will   1 rcolon * did n mlly In three  minutea I"  fapamr.fclng.  The United Htritea makes 13T.rW0,000  pntinda uf mpe n yeiir-enongli if ra������  J^-.,.'  .-���������   ,.'.:���������., ���������!!;.,.   A.sr   '.   ::: ���������������.-..������������������>  the en rth eliiyeluhl llius*.  .  ���������  ,  .n  nte stern of Ids ennne  heiievei will; tli.-e fui.iilicM iieveMio.    | _nj,^ ui (,,��������� m,v,.,,ty yenr'l,   while H  "Mm timaider   rini. tne ta**t ittrmtl* I mi,\} grnndenn. BrntraqiHt in n bluck  (tutor lh uiwu." wuriiuy. in priiixti of fedi.rn lint three size* too |n.w, pud.  Hi ..nil  "||e������ entirety lw leiilrma.   I������o yon  ran ti iii.*''' n������ir������**i i������iii>iiv i.'fir.lne ever  Ai.'.lli'firy atuli giir-itu "luntticiiiiity into  hia eyea  The HiauaifU'C <ill*"f mii-sIh Inii.iiy'a  mmnili'U "ful ������lin������il al bun l.l.ii.kiy la  hta atirprhe  ������������������Von doiii 'nwtn'*-  tHtpiiy *rMii**r cillr  ������������������ tt ������������������������������ I   llieilll   ||.'l ml ot HI ti������ J*-  (To !������.- i'"'>i.iiiiii ,1 i  did In th.i I,, .i- v*i fig.A i-qnntv. ������l>������  wife of Ihe di'i't-ttned, knelt e.ith bowed hind by the *������ide of the enrpae,  svhille lu-r ilnir.'hier ������to������d flltntf n  string of bemla imd so'tiy rriinnttr-  ���������jng tin* r<.*(iry Chief < lilt win snt  ���������niitkiiitr in the Khu.le, lipmhing n������i'l"  Fruit Trass and iushss.  It la eatliiiiiii-il from atnilaitcri that  fruit tree* Hint Imnliea will tx������nr for tli*  follnwliig pertinta:   Ap������il<������. twenty-flva  fo forty year*: ttlnrldimrry, alt ro four-  iwn  yeara;  currant,   tw������ity  yiHiras i  iri������o**elM*rrv. elulit tn twrtvt* y.*ar������; pear, '  fifty to aeventy-llve yeara; plum, twen-  ly to rwenry fire tenrn; rnapberry, alt |  to f.mrtifii years, '  (utlier, tho Uuke of Coiiiuiuitlit, thero-  wns a revival of an old story thnt  tho Count of Turin, brother of thn-  Duke of thc Abrurszi, and in tho line  of auoc'HKion to tho Itiilinn tlirono,  wns really the roynl. prince picket!  out (or her huHhntui. This wits ut  about the time thnt tho courtship  between the Liuke of the Abru/./.i und  Miss KutheriiH) Klkins cumu to an  unnilRtitknble end.  All this timo, however, thn princess' hive for tlio Miirtjuis of Anglesey was more and more in evidnnco.  Then n ehrritfc pf tn^ti"* wn������ decided upon. Princeaa "Put" should be  provided with u means of forgetting  her "Clinrlle." The I'ngllslunnrt  who wnnts to (orset anything���������es-  pecitilly ii love affair���������nl ways rushes'  off to A fricn nfter big game, By rushing Princess "Put" off thla wny it  was confidently hoped tn remove th������  Angleney imiige from her brain and  honrt ns a practical preliminary to  sulmtltuting there tlio image nf the  | next roynl bnchelor in tlio market.  But the African experiment had  j tho opposite effect, nnd nu effect so  I pronounced that King Edward being  I no iivire. ntul Georlie V. Indifferent  j about the mutter, (urtliar efforts to  coerce the prlncss were iihnndoned,  i and the lovers will at last marry with  ! Princeaa "Ptit'a" preference for thtr  I Marquis ul AuiiiViuy (ruin tin- liret  i was quite uppnri'iit lo her family.  I'Shir never tnride any effort tn conceal  i it, At the time attempts to coerc* i  | her into regarding King Alfonso (n������*,  orubly reached   a crisis,   she   threw  i  Hi-1m II  i.n  n lui'oa  '������*vj-iiii|t a���������A, iin'K.im*'  Ing tbnt no power could eomp*������l her l  to marry bim. She would hnve Ang* <  Itjaey or nnri". *\  For nny uit\ except n royal prtnewMS'  (In* Mnrquia of Anglesey la an ad*  mitteil "onti'li," He is a handsome  youni* Welsh i*eer o( most engaging  nimuicr*, and bU iricniiii* will be,  enorinrii;* in n (ew yenrs when 4h������jt  e-f.-if.- _r-'���������"��������������������������� r fr'.tr o,,. ,),���������!,tn enn-  traili'J by liin |.rudiici'Kwir,  the   iiiiiiti|iiit<M'|.  ���������   linbiiin  their *-p,nl������fi  c '.'A'-   "  ' '  The  and black (Ilea wi'h  thr  I'.  luingb.     Throwing   ihx/n  the bearers took un tie*  .ci ! .-.. ... J *.* iu' - th.   irr.iv  lnii.'liti r .'i.lv.meed ami aprink'i")  ei,  in  wtth  ".nf,  .iii.iu   Cut hi  ll..-  ,, tn imffntfo'n nf  ,1'       I'ere*l10f.*f,     ot  Millie kn<**t.*dg.-  Mstfrfsr and InrUn*.  nwrnleal |*v������i****fa nr nmiiat madder    tint   friiffi.ii   roMpa   riat-ia  rbfin-fit  the tar* of ttune lndu������lrls-a.   rin^iiatf  of the entire cnn^nfnpflon nf Inrtlrw la ''tiallv rt.lw*.* the late of *?������tin������ w-tnei*  0������w   pnaducnl   in   tieruMtt.   clituikar 'wrrlmi tr,>m (.rent lirilnin ><; lnke> up  Otarth ol Ds-mastic*.  Po grear. i������ the dearth ol d/i-|**tlff  servaitt**   in  Kew  Zealand,  that lh*  Prime Mnu������t������'r, hat yields! to ttm nt-  ���������*ii,-t>������������������vi" ft n d(***titetietrt of hftt'J**  k.viitr*.   He bat |.r.jiiii>.-.I t������t nub'taii  ti in  e *n  oiatatn.  dtviie-ftli* ������t-rviee to tbt I*otiiintna. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBfA.  t  #���������  Blood Poisoning  Started from Wound  An Accident Which Threatened Worst  Results    Until    DR.   CHASE'S  OINTMENT was Applied  No'Vou'nd or hurt but has most ser.  ious possibilities unless antiseptic  treatment, is applied to prevent blood  poisoning.  Lives are ofton saved by having at  hand a box of Dr. Chase's Ointment,  j t.* antiseptic properties prevent blood  poisoning nnd it is so remarkably  Jiealing that cure is soon brought  .about-.  This case will interest you. Mrs.  C. Hospkins, St. George, Ont., writes:  "T feel like shouting the praises of  Dr. Chase's Ointment.. One day last  year, while threshing, - my son got  badly hurt by having the prongs of a  fork run into his leg. In a day or two  it began to get very sore and blood  poisoning set ih. We did everything  for it but it would heal in one place  and break out in another. This kept  on for three months, when finally we  got a box of Dr. Chase's Ointment.  "In about a week's time we noticed  a wonderful change and by using  three boxes he was cured completely.  He has had no return of the trouble.  My husband was cured of a bad case  of piles by the uses of two boxes of  Dr. Chase's Ointment. It is a wonderful ointment."  Dr. Chase's Ointment is useful in  scores of ways in every home. While  its great reputation has been made as  a cure for eczema and piles there, is  not a case of itching, or irritated skin  ���������disease in which it will fail to bring  relief. ���������  The better you become acquainted  with Dr. Chase's Ointment, the better  you will appreciate its, wonderful  soothing, healing qualities. Any druggist will tell you of its remarkable  record for cures.  -.Dr. Chase's Ointment, 60 cts. a box,  all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto. Write for free copy of Dr.  Chase's Recipes.      .  REFORM IN BRITISH PRISONS.  Limited. 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Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ,  Responsibility of Liquor.  Lord Coleridge, addressing recently  a grand jury at the opening of a court  session in England, gave the following  strong testimony as to the evil of liquor-drinking as it had come directly  under his own observation:  -'.: "I -have kept," said lie, "during the  twelve months preceding January l->t  this year, a careful record of all the  criminal cases brought before me, and  I can tell you as a matter of fact that  forty-four out fit every one .hundred  of these crimes would never have been  committed except for drink, I need  hardly point out what happiness, what  increasing happiness, to the community, what lessening of expenditure in  jails and asylums, what moral improvement would result from an improvement in these habits of the persons who come before me charged with  crime."  Seasons of the Past  Irate Guest���������"Look here, waiter,  vhat kind of a dinner was that you  "���������served jno? Why the vegetables were  stale!"   *   " .  Waiter (bristling up)���������"Yo' am  wrong snh. I served you with all the  delicacies of the season."  Irate Guest���������"Which season?"  Faultless ih Preparation,���������Unlike  nny,other stomach regulator, Pnrme-  lee's Vegetable Pills are the result of  long study of vegetable compounds  calculated to stimulate the stomachic  functions and maintain them at the  normal condition. Years of use have  proved their faultless character and  ���������established their excellent reputation.  And this reputation they have maintained, for these pills must alwoys  sfnnd nt the head of the list of stand*  sard preparations.  Mr. Peck���������-"This tnlking-mnchine re.  cord is filled with a few remarks by  Mrs, Peck,"  Oldbutch���������"It's wonderful to think  thnt you can hear the voice of one  who's not present."  Mr, Peck���������"And moro wonderful  thnt I can stop it just ns ensily I"  "After nil, tho sum of happiness  mny he totalled up in three words,"  aiiiil she.  "What on earth tiro they?" inquired  her partner in life's joys and sorrows.  "i love you."  "Oh, I thought you meant 'Pay lo  the bearer.' "  Froien  Dick���������"Yon, after she had consumed  the third pinto of ice cream she sniil  her love for the young ninn thnt wim  treating her could bo no longer con-  oelilivl."  Dolly���������"Three jilnten of ice crennir  H'ni 1 ahouid tiilnlc it would have  been congealed."  Got Some Frea Oil.  An extraordinary discovery has been  made by some corporation workmeD  at Leigh, in Lancashire. The men  were repairing water pipes in the yard  behind the house of a miner, when  they discovered a petroleum spring,  ,SDOTtHwo^eetrbelow~th'B^urfaee~T:n'e"  news'spread, and hundreds of people  visited the spot and were supplied  with petroleum cheaply. The oil was  clear, and burned well. More than  a hundred gallons were served out,  and then the landlord appeared on  the scene atid took possession.  Roman Galley Foi/nd.  , A boat wliich was found a few  weeks ago' deeply embedded in' tho  mud of the foreshore during the excavations near Westminster Bridge,  has proved to be a rare specimen of  a Roman boat of a kind which- was in  use about the middle of the,third een-  tury. lt is about 50 feet long,, with a  sixteen foot ben m. Init were found  several pieces of Roman pottery, iron  nails, glass gaming buttons, and eoius.  It will be put on exhibition iu one of  the London museums. ,..      "'���������  Bullets and Botany. . ..'"  A correspondent tells The London  News that being at Palling; in Nor.  folk, ho asked permission of a local  niorsh owner to walk over his meadow**, "Whnt for?" ho wanted to  know. "Oh, to do a little botaniiing,"  was the reply. There wat a pau*������e  while the lnndowner scratched hit  head. Thon, Blowly and suspiciously,  "Not with a gunf'  Giving Dus Credit.  "Willie, I hope your tencher appreciates how much I teach you at  home," ���������  "Thnt's whnt,I keep tellln' her, ma.  Sho.snid yesterday; 'I wonder where  you learn your bad niaurieis, Willie,'  and I snid right away, 'Ma teaehei  'em to tue'."   Wtnlthy Firmers 8sek Csnads.  , Ono hundred wealthy tanners from  lown, Ncbrnskn nnd Illinois arrived  from St, hull tlio other duy, Tho bunm  dnv tlu>y leit by a fpocinl train for  Bcott and Mnitiwright, Su*k.  Churchill   Boldly   Does   What   Many  Have'Tried to Do.  Right Hon. Winston Churchill, the  new English Home Secretary, has,  during the few mouths he has beeu in  office, boldly done what many English prison reformers have been vaiuiy  endeavoring to get done for years.  This brilliant young politician has announced a series oi reforms in the  British penitentiary system, it is said  that Churchill will do more than initi-  gaie the horrors ct solitary imprisonment. He will introduce, legislation  dealing with .offenders between tha  agos of 16 and 21. Instead of being  sent to prison tlie youths who have  not committed serious offenses will be  subjected .merely to some sort of drill  or-physical instruction which will be  botn punitive and salutary. This reform, it is believed, will save 5,000  lads from prison,every year.  There wiil be changes iu the treatment of political o_fcnder*, including,  suffragists. They will enjoy many  privileges. Prison clothes need not  be worn. There will be no compulsory baths, ni* search, no hair-cutting  and no cell-cleaning.  Free exercise with the right of conversation will be permitted .twice  daily, aiso visits ftotu' friends, and  books uut dealing with current events  may be read. Lectures or concerts  will be given tour times a year iu the  convict prisons throughout the country. '   ��������� _ A  Whistlsr's  Frugality.  Whistler wus extremely trugal and  abstemious. He ate and drank meat  moderately of the plainest fare. He  liked dainty dishes and a rare old  wine, but had a horror of the "groaning board" at. huge set feasts and formal banquets. Ha could cobk quite  dtcently himself and sometimes male  an omelet or scrambled eggs, but  these culinary feats I never Saw performed. His famous Sunday luncheons were always late in being-served,  outrageously delayed without_appar-  ent cause. It" was no uncommon  thing for us to wait an hour or even  two for the eggs, tish, cutlets and a*  sweet dish, of which the Meal consisted, says a recent writer. ,  A bottle of very ordinary white wine  was our only drink. The whole thing  was an "arrangement"���������just a color  scheme in yellows to match his "blue  and white" old porcelain and his blue  and yellow dining-room;"'..,-'   ._ limited-to���������the'  FALL  SkinSores  When troubled with fall  rashes.eczema.or any skin  disease apply Zam-Buk.  Surprising how quickly it caies  the smarting end stingin*! I Alio  cures cuts, burnt, sores and pllei.  Zam* Buk is mad* from pure htr.  bal alienees. Nomtimalfats-no  inert.! poisont* Finest healer I  DrujjUU and Stir** Aaryto^r*.  am-Buk  '     -  Sunday is Sunday  There is a sermon for "chidren who  liave grown tall" in the :words of the  little tot who was told by her mother  not to play.in the front yard on Sunday. ,  "But Mamma, isn't it Sunday in the  backyard, too?"  FOR BABY'S TENDER SKIN  Because of its delicate, ^emollient  and antiseptic properties derived from  Cuticura Ointment, united with tlie  purest of cleansing ingredients and  most refreshing of flower odours, Cuticura Soap is unrivalled for preserving,  purifying and beautifying the skin,  scalp, hair and hands of infants and  children. In the prevention and treat-,  ment of torturing,.disfiguring eczemas,  rushes, itchings and irritations, warm  baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle  anointings with,, Cuticura Ointment  often succeed when all other methods  fail. Guaranteed absolutely pure and  may be used from the hour of birth.  , Daughter���������I love him!     He's   the  light of my "'life. \,  Parentr���������Yes, yes, that is all very  well; but I object to having my house  lit up by him after midnight.  . No child should .be'allowed to suffer  an hour from worms when prompt relief can be got in a simple but strong  remedy���������Mother Graves' Worm Ex-  termintor.  T DROVE  His furniTuTe^wtrl-  barest necessaries, and frequently too  few of those. - Indeed, some "wit made  what he called his standing joke -about  poor Jimmy's dearth of seats,' and  once 1 heard Dick (Corney; Grain  say, when shaking hands before a  Sunday luncheon, "Ah, Jimmy, glad  to see you playing to such a full  house!" glaring around the studi.J  with his large, protruding eyes ia  search of something to sit on.  "What do you mean?" said Whistler'  ��������� "Standing room only," replied the  actor.  "Huslilmd���������DlrlingTT-'am willing to  acknowledge that you were right and  I was wrong.  Wife���������How can I have any respect  for a man whb is so weak.   ,���������������������������'  SUMNER RECORDS  OF CHILDREN'S DEATHS  GOLF AND THE DEVIL.  Bobby'Burns' Tale of the Genesis of  . the Game of "Gowf."  RoberJ Burns always said the devil  invented golf to catch the souls of  Oalvinists who were proof against other snares. Bobby told a company of  tosspots in an Ayrshire tavern that j  the devil sent a pretty woman otl���������e.  to snare a pious shepherd of Argyle,  who was famous for his sanctity and  dourness. In time the lady returned  to the devil minus her jewels and'  cash, weeping with mortification over  her failure.  "Never mind, my dear," said the  devil, grimly, "I'll get him." Catering one of the tears roiling down her  cheek, he changed it into a golf ball,  and laid it in the field where the  saintly shepherd could see. Then he  and the woman sat down to await results. Presently the old shepherd saw  the ball and struck at it carelessly  with his crook and missed it; he tried  again and missed it; then he rose ap-  grily and aimed at it viciously, and  missed it. Now he was both indignant and interested, and went at tbe  ball with brute-zeal, foozling and failing until his face was red and wet,  and the heather rang with profanity.  The shepherd abandoned flock and  dog to have it out with the ball all  day; and day after day, the devil and  the lady came to watch him. Soon  all his pious neighbors joined him.  while the wassailers and wastrels  laughed to hear the truly good swear  and see them sweat. The ball bewitched theoi all, and the .devil���������a good,  orthodox Presbyterian devil with  horns and hbefsand tail���������smiled, and  at trie end of a week said to the lady,  "I've got him now; he can never get  away from me."   The woman, piqued  at the failure of her 'charms, could  not see "how the  ball  or the game  helped the devil any better than she  had done. ,'���������'-.  "The ball is merely an innocent incident in the game," said the devil;  "its simplicity and lack of guile catch  the most holy. I win on the language  incidental to the game, and the Scot  I can't bait with you I can with this  ball.".  The lady smiled and nodded,   and  ���������M.    . ,  , .      .     ,  answered, "I am glad you discovered i ^^Uf^i *r^i"T?^.5 -.^y *?!.1,:,0J2ifiL ^J11^-.,,51:  a rural substitute for my sex; as for  me, these rural saints bore and irritate me,  I will go back to the sphere  where I am supreme, the city; I do  not relish competing with a bludgeon  and a ball.".  ~The-woman-went~back-to-tow3i.;-but.  golf remained a labor-saving device of  the devil.      ....  "You may believe the story or not,  as you w.ill," said the rollicking poet.  "It's a poor sort of a Soot who will  go to the de'il for a game and a ball,,  when he can gang the same road with  a girl -and a glass."  DISEASE     DEFrKD     TREATMENT  WAS CCHED AT OXCE BY  "FUUIT-A-TIVES."  .   , i -  Mr. II. Marchessault. High Constable of the Province of Quebec, who  lives at St. HyacinUie, thought ho was  going to be disabled for life.  A terrible pain In the back kept him  in the house and under tho doctor's  care for months. 'Nothing seemed to  give relief.  Then he tried "Fruit-a-tives," the  famous fruit medicine. Note the results.  ,'.'Fruit-a-tives" cured me of chronic  pain in the back that was so severe  that I could not drive my horse,"  writes Mr. Marchessault.  If you have Weak Kidneys and that  Biting Pain in the Back, by all means  try "Fruit-a-tives," which is made of  fruit Juices.  50c a box, 6 for $2.50. or trial box.  25c. At all dealers, or from Fruit-a-  tives. Limited, Ottawa.  No Chance for His Suit  "Ma,  that young man  whom you  saw with me said he would lay all he  had at my feet." ,  "And he had just come out of the  surf?   No, Emeline." *  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Judge���������Why didn't you seize the  thief when you found him?  Policeman���������How could 1? I had. my  club in one hand and niy revolver in  the other.*���������-Fliegende Blaetter.  Impurities of the Blood Counteract,  ed.���������impurities in the blood come  from defects in the action of the liver.  'sightly blotches on the 'skin. They  must be treated inwardly, and for this  purpose there is no , more effective,  compound to be used'than Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills. They act directly on  the liver and by setting up healthy  processes liave a beneficial effect unon  the Blood,  eliminated.  so    that   impurities are  Food for gossip isn't the kind for  filling an empty stomach.  /MW  .35  SHOE  POLISH  me ent4*m*-,lamm**-w*a'm-*r hard work, -a in ta nhlnm  Instantly and alvee e tinm, brilliant, matin*, waterproof pollen.  Oanta.no no Torao**tlno, AoMo or othor Injurtouo in-grosllonto.  Alt, OMUItf, tOO. 1  TNI r. r. ���������MtsTT OA. MOnrtM, Mwnllteo, Oat,, mmm amtrata, N.V.  JL-L  j Another Huge Gem.   ,%*���������  I A report has reached London, from  | Johannesburg, South Africa, of ihe  | finding i of another large diamond iu  the Premier mine. The geni is said  to weigh more than 191 carats, and is  described a������ a pure white stone, ab-  solutely flawless and measuring two  I inches long by three-fourths'ot on inch  i thick. It tapers* iti breadth from one  j.and one-fouith inches to three-fuiirtha  1 of an inch at the smallest aud is val-  j ued at $150,000 uncut.  ������ The Premier mine became world  I famous in January, 1006, when the  i Cullinii'n diamond was discovered  ! there. This gem, the largest ever  ; found, weighed 3,0,'li! carats in the  i rough. It was out into aiuuller stones  i and presonted to King lidward VII.  j by tho Transvaal Government. Tha,  ! latest large diamond lo be found tak*i  j en from tho Premier mine nrobnbly  i will rank also among the world's fain*  : ous gem*}.  ������������������"        ���������������������������_���������_       I,  | An English View of Hardy.  Mr. Tliniim* Hardy is seventy yoafi  I of nge,-and we nro pleased to know  , *niit ho hns not, yot ended his work,  M- Hiirdy In the only great mini of  letters we Imve In Kngland to-day. VV������  hnve men ol good gifts ami choice  gift*, and we havo nionty of talent  nnd bit* of geuiun, but that U nil,  ���������Srtvo him, rill lite great writer., nro  dead in this country, nnd, what ii  moro, thero i* no nuro promise of anybody to take the plnco of the poet* and  uovalisls and liinioriiini who worn *-ti!l  living nud working loss than a goner*  ation am.   "Will great originality bo  Records show that by far the great.  est number of deaths among little  ones occur during the hot summer  months, Tlie excessive heat, the difficulty in keeping baby's milk sweet,  improper food all tend towards bring,  ing on those dreaded bnby troubles-  cholera infantum, dinrrhoco, dysentery and other stomach and bowel  troubles. To,guard ngninst those trou-  hies Baby's Own Tablets should be  kept in the house. An occasional dostl  of the Tablets will prevent these dead,  ly summer complaints or curo thom if  they come on suddenly. Mrs. O,  Morin. Ste. Tito. Que., snys: "My  bnby suffered from a severe attack of  cholera infantum,, but after giving  him Baby's Own Tablets the trouble  disappeared" and he regained health  Menilidlv." Tlie Tableta. are sold  hy medicine dealers or bv mail nt 25  cents ii box from The Dr, Williams'  Medicine Co,, brockville, Ont.  A inn ii. carrying a looking-glass snid  lo a street boy���������'Tome here and look  into this fflnss nnd you will sen n don*  key." "How did you find that out?"  retorted the boy,  Mlnnrd's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  No, Corn.'lin, the picture of health  in uut n work of nrt,  The wife of a handsome man is nov.  er loo busy to watch him.  King George's Stamps.  The story is going around, that  when George V. named his private  secretary, to take the place occupied  by Lord Knollys under Edward VII.. |?0,li' X,"  tho King asked him, familiarly. Ioao ims  "What should be the opening of my  reign?"  "YoUr Majesty," waR the response,  "all reigns begin in tho same way."  "And how is that?"  "With the creation of a new postage stamp."  Whereupon the King smiled sweetly, Tho secretary had struck a  responsive chord, for Georgo V. is. in  fact, tho first philatelist of the century, His unrivalled collection is  valued at many thousands of pounds.  It contains practicnlly every stamp  since 1846, the ditto of Rowland  Hill's innovation, riot only of England and tho British colonies, but of  every country that ever issued a  postage stump.  The new British stamp will, it is  said, soon appear, and, of course, it  will bear the effigy of George V. int  profile, but turned in tho opposite  direction to thnt.-of Edward VII.  The postoflice hits its established  customs, One of theso is flmt two  kings, one following another, must  not lucti in the same direction.  If at first you do not get satisfactory results from the use of Wilson's  Fly Pads, don't blame the Pads, they  j are nil right, every one of them, and  (remember thin���������that you must man-  ! age to get the flies to the Pads before  i they  can  be  killed,    The  directions  with ench packet will show you how'  You've got no kick coming if you  deserve the mean things said about  you.  ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE  TORONTO, CANADA.  Under the control of the Department of Agriculture of Ontario.  Affiliated with the University of  Toronto.  COLLEGE OPENS SIJPT, 30, 1910.  Calendnr on Application,  E. A. A. GRANGE, V.S\, M.S.,  Principal.  Your Druggist Will Tell You  Murine. Eyo Hetncily* relieves Sore  I'.ven, Strengthens Wenk Eyes.  Doesn't Hinait, ("soothe* Eyo Pain,  <>ut| .tell* for oOc, Try Murine in  Your Eye* and in Bnbv's Eyes for  .������������������'only Eyelid*, and Or/u ���������'iitlori. 1  Mi.frivM���������"Hunan,   whv  bom ngnlnf" ono may nlrnoH wonder  '���������'���������������������������������' winding the cluck     Ut  with Hcruiii.  At any 'rate, its birth is  ������������V" H ������ oomj... ..f  urn*,  being deferred and deferred,-London     hitnn-'^ftu mint rctnei.il.er  di'ln'l ymi  i only  being  Saturday liuview  ���������  .11.     .1,1  1.',      ..IMI*. ��������� - 1  His Ssvsnly.Slxth Harvest. j,  An old man mumd Daniel GuiiibroHi  had been hnvirinking in Sotrey *'**'_*���������'  fur lhe .i-vei.ty-Klxlh yearly ^etiimti ini  ������u������'o#i������lon. and tor the ���������inriiB farml!*"  nt einplovori-thnt of Mr. Arthur  Trowor. ul Wiirtfie, Hedhill, lie coiim  menceil working lor Mr, Trow-r i|  ���������srntnlfiittter in tho reign of Willinin,  IV. at the ago (A nine, nnd hn, re*i  niuliiwJ in tin.* -wiiiio mui'vico ever <uieo.  thai  I;  mil leaving ymi tomorrow, iniiiii, iiiel  I'm iml im'ng to do nny of lhe, new j  uirYii work."  Minard's Liniment Guru Burns, Etc.  A ineiilv in.ii) nrxer ������/������-inJ* unite-)',  fn*ter thnn hi* wife enn enrn it. !  Corn* I'litmot exi*1 when Hollowny's  Corn Cure lo applied to tluin, hriiilie  it giien In tho runt itnd kill*-' the  growth,  *,*.,,,    .milt.  The Sctrlet Letter of  Quality, the Bed W  It it������nd������ for unequalled mtrit,  entire reliability and invariable  uniformity in  tinea, shotguns  AND   AMMUNITION  of all kinde. lt meant that foods  ���������o marked are of Winch eater make and "Winchester make"  means the big heat quality of gune and ammunition that can be  produced.   For your protection alwaya look for the Red W.  I _a:aaa_rib  tmtmM ____n_t__n_t___na__t  _\__9   ,__t__  |IMfH|ijM  P 49mmmmj eassaa* wrmrmiT^fm9*w emw mmww aymwwjwmmwmm  WlMOHltTtfl fttrtATIMQ AflMI CO.,   NEW HtWtM, CONN.  "Whnt     nr.>    vim    ervini*  -       , .i       . .t._ i.m..i.t.r.mr. r'rediller"   "I gut licked twn  ToTtnln*? n T"'t*lfm (t\ the Art-iMfon.*'' .'j  ((  ((      ,,   "      ,,,j  heirloom* whieff nre J^'������������  'fjf   "Ji ,.r,''I uM'dnd. ....' iin'.l'w.-n  ..omlon. a pair of old^ N������^''_ "V'.f.'h; ������''ra������h the tender,  an' the  flowering prunu������ renliri������d 700 gtiintni., Wili],ll,.Hi .'  -  while at the tamo tale lor n pair ot ""'" " ���������   Inree Chlrie.e vn.ea ot ������he earlv Mine/ -���������������' ..- ... ������������������ ��������� -  period, enamelled ������ dttrk moWoii bine,  and dtcoraied 1,200 guineas wis paid,'  ��������� mi. mnn a -* ��������� '��������� nww*" i  To Ssvs Old Ruins.  A  mowiM-Tir*. ba* Wen ������lifte<J hy!1  the Hawick Archaeological Society toM  excavate the ruins of the old I'ari^h ;  H-nrch nt ������.o!tfltife������n, nenr .ledlwrori. ���������  ib.- rout nt talih-h fell Jn in ItW. Iim  hintoriml intere#t of th#M ruim he  in the imi nml Diiigln* and In* o-.������  met there in Au������������i������t. l*W. prior to the  lUttle of Olterborn,  ntifitit  todny. '  ,,-   ,' i>f  I   Up In;  fi-itcher'  tllll:   ill.'  Ohl Pm ibamal  Prof. Paler#on, A Sc-otUih mtniiter  ���������flay* gate evidenee rwentlv Imtar* I?'*  Divor.*.! rVimmf*������Mn, tnln In ������n������w-*  to I������rJ Oulhrie thst ha though, it  would be right to tell a lie under ea*  tretne circumstance*,  DODDS S,  KIDNEYS  ti,, PILLS 4  #!vxs...-,/;  ', lu/'MlOMAll}^/      -  '    ' '*- ' "��������� l| |     I   I    '��������� -  Liberties With Priest.  Mdtne. Hlaneho Marches!, who hns  von iiitiuiiiernhle hearts witli her singing, added another largo number to  lier tally by an uiicoiivuiitioiiul ac4,  which brought down ujioii hor a foobln  reprimand. The other night sho sang  at a concert given iu Bt. Joseph'*  School, iKiridon, in aid of,tho schools,  and it was jinit after her entrnnen Into  the htill thnt the incident occurred.  Father Matthew nn*i������teil tho singer*  t������ the plnlfiirrti. nnd courteously "oil*  ducted them to their places. Mdrno.  MarchtMi lie a-isiiited to the cflittre of  the pliilfuriii. Hhe, appeared to intimate to the fi������v*Wrr������l father that ho  should retire, but he apparently did  not undflrsiiiml her for tne moment.  Impulsively. *hi* n)m������k the priest by  tiie shoulder, conducted him to the  stairway, and, amid roar* of In lighter,  bir>T,(-d liiin un the eJe-.-k a* n i*'.|������tl*"iia  for ptishins him down the stnlrsl ThU  iruiin'tiit mt eaufeii the Audience to  heo'iiiie boisterous in their eiithu**  ia^in, hut lh.f worthy priest stood  nbnihe.l and nhneked for a moment,  and then jiermitled him������elf to smile  at the liberty, nltheUKh he upraised  his forotlntrer reproachfully and shook  iim ������!<->  iilu.i,  England's Arrny et Unsmploysd.  Despite   the   SW.orw.flOO  ennunlly  , spent by Oreat Rriiniri t.i relii-ve dis-  , tress, there nre to-day 7,000,(100 peopla  in tlmt country In net iml want from  I., i.    i ,,   ..i     i.       ,t -    ...,,.  .,.,���������..  i nf uiiciu'iloyeil tlmt .otihiitiil'i Kng- ,  ' land's  emigraniK. nnd   in   the   last'!  ; -four yenrs the fnlviitinn Army alone* |  i has starutj  over Mi.iwo of  tlieni  oni,  I their   way   tn Cainein.    The   veneral  I worthiness nf thi* el.it* i* t."tt)|e.| in \  by the fact that <>f itl! tho*e emigrst- i  Ing under the .... ���������������������������������������������- ..f trie Ssfva-''  i lion Army, linn ii*un one \m cent.',  failed to rniike t'.������d 1  ������������������II Cut His Threat. ,  A fieeuliar fifnhtv i^rurred at'  j Warrenheip. Vit-t.ri.i, Is My, a turner f  i nanwd Vau*t***i, U n.g the vu'tuu. He .  ��������� waa li-4<dins a in.ttu- i-mnng mill)  i wlmn ttm wit* r*n������*tit "i the ni*rhire������ry |  siV'i -iria^u Aix,.. : 'dm ili*.,, ���������.Un,  . ol thai driving im-'n, which tni hie ,  | thront, severing tr,- windpipe and  ' pausing ittaUt.t 0*������Ui.  TELKWA, B. C.  On iim in linn of Grand Trunk Pacific Hnilwny,   in   midst   of   rich  iigriculttinil   mid   milling   diatriot,  Lois from $100 up.   Write for full  pnrticiilnrH.  NORTH COAST LAND CO'Y, Ltd,,  410*11-12 Winch Building,  Vancouver, B.O,  London Office, 6 Old Jswry  y\BSORBINE  #***!** at MralMa, CW tSi  Ij.m*..paa ������n* tiiia mntmtmm^  "Py'lMhlsVoaiVr if.Vt.'* &_%&  Nn bllllf/, tin hair tin*. n<>ra* Mt b*  ***i.  JlorMUooiTjDfrss    M.VJ  n**.IIM>lll||NI,,Hril.)ri<rniii|laa',|t.  --���������aaa. SSRJL!IZK S* WXrMl,  *���������f iiiW'iU'.' wvi**i v- ������$&**���������������  Ha**, tun* * to., s������ira*i, u.aaiaa ir.au.  tii* him t, twin tm g tn**** tm, wi.,i*m  tlm ������Atn.Ai mr** a tmw*mi o*. emem*at ffiia  <^IN������a'>m*������Vmet.tM-������l*a*aw*r**>'^^^W  "I feavt u������,l *,���������r H|a*ii. fu-, im a *pru*.f  Imml ��������� *-, .I---. !>���������"���������!������������������.*������ I i*m r������wi,MaiatH  mt I ���������*>���������*������ *t4*������***l..til' ;   11  ll.^.U  Kendall's  Spavin Care  I. a <!������������������������������.# i.< mmmn ������������������l *vlm>������   l-<... ������- .1  *H *���������������������, l**Mil.������ia,,i,r.n������ im. IttoiaiJ a.o-1  **mttmmmtm^a*i* m ****���������> ���������������������������*.  l! I. IM itm rtt-ttit !>��������������� i*. *)*,'. It itm-ti;,-.!  -tf*. 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TAKE NOTICK Umt Rdwanl C  Townsend of Vancouver, B C ,  gentleman, iatends to npply fpr }*r  tniflsfon to purohase thu following  described lands: Cornmpucing ut a  porft planted about 7 wiles north  aud 2 miles east of tie touthott-t  corner of CL 3358, thenee south SO  chain?, 'heoce wesi 80 chain?,  tbenee north 80cliuine. thence cast  80 chains, to post nf commencement, containiug 640 nc-xtf, more or  less. EDWARD C TOWNSlSND,  Dated July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Ilnnjie 2.  TAKE NOTICK Hint- Frank W.  Let son, of Vancouver, 11 C, broker,  intends to apply for i*eniiis>sion to  purchase, the followi g doFcril.ed  lands: Commencing at u poet  planted about 7 mile- north and 2  miles east of the bouHijihi. coruer if  CL 3358. thence norih 80 chains,  thence east 80 chain?, ihence south  80 chains, thence we*i 80 ohaini", to  post of commencemei', coiitaiuiiv  640 acres, more or le-**-.  FRANK \Y LEESON.  Dated July 27th, 1910  COAST LAND MSTKIST..  District of Coaat. Ha nge 2.  ~~TAO^Wrcirttot~<tjiTrgp,-i\Iorer  et Vancouver, B.C, broker, in'eiidi-  to apply for permissi n 'to puiohi'-t*  the following described mui*: Corn  mencing at a post pi -ned a'-oui 7  miles north and 2 mi ���������������*.������ east ot tlie  southeast corner of CI, 3858, thenw  north 80 chains, thenoe weft 80  cb������inB, thence soulh 80 chuius.  thence east 80 clu-in-* 'o puHt-oi  cottimencenient, coi.nniinn (540  ncres, more or less, r;ico nun moke.  Dated July 27th, 1910,  KUl'KRT UND DISTRICT  Distiict of HUie t-  ���������"AKE ni.tic that Lii-a Kleii..<r J.n iu-  -���������������, of V-.u-.-oui*.,, a . ., occ.uilvtiim.imr-  rud woman, intend- t������ noply f���������r , .mus-  siuii to purcluiHe ��������� he fulfuwiiit? depe. ibed  in.e!8:-L.K. Jeiikimoi.'n S. li    t- .rner,  L-.ND ACT.  Foim- l*ii. 9.  Furavofc Nuttos.  ������.ast District,  Rwuictof Kange 2.  TAKE ncitide that WillUm  Leek,  21,  heuoe������e-e������������ ohaius. thenoe north  tl' ���������������*���������*tw periatoeMm to puidiose the  28 chains,   mere or le^* t��������� (ieor^ia L.l.e, j following deseulied Iind**;������������������  t.h������ nee east nloi.g the luku ahon* to Town-1 Commencing i������t a po���������v Blunted  on the  ������ttoiA*t^tm'Uth {Wclmio,,m<'i:e.<,r|b^''^outo0eatHUa half miles Suuth  l-e-s to plaoe of comnioiiceuieur, containing   .,   ,.      -.*.__.���������,. .  540 wrna, tm>re er Ichm. ! *"A 'ruin the Soutli K.st corutr of C."L.  LILLA ELEANOR JENKINSON, j WoM. thence North eighty- (80) elmns,  .^Vu,. Leslie, AB.i.t- ,ti,enoe B������t ������i_h*y (������0)>hsiie. thenoe  Swuth (80) obtaiiiH, thei oe We t (80)  vluiins, to poiut of co i tiieuo. me' , cou-  tui..iiig six huudred und fort, muvn, more  or  L-na,  WILLIAM LEEK  K.inti uf App.ioaut  Dat.iJ June 4th, lfHO.  D-.ted June 23ri  RUPERT LANU DISI RICT  District of Hiijie-t.  TAKE NOTICE tlut Lilla KI rence  -leukiim >u, of Vancouver 11. O. oi uuiutti. n  Sjiiuater, inteods to apply 'o- uermi bh.ii  to purobilins the f .llowi,.*,* .Use ib������n iniul-*:  Commencing at a pn.t plut.tel at tin*  northeast corner of *e. tion .%, 'lVwu-  a ip 'ib, thenoe sout'. bt) olniins, t e. ��������� *  v<cat 80 villain , thetC- mirth 8(1 chains,  theiee east 80 chains to idee of c in-  JUMKMnnur, oo taining iiiO nor a more  or Um*.  LILLA FLORENCE JENKINSON,  Win. Le.lie, Agem.  Bated June 2 Ist 1910.  RUPEKT LAND UlSTUh/f  District et Hupert  TAKE NOTICE th-.t   Paddy Clement  Blythf, of Vancouver,   li, C. octsuputioii  Logger, iutenus tu appl.  fo" ptrmirisi..i>  to yurolmee tin* fo lowing dencrt'ed lu...'*i:  C'omu.tuointf ������t u po-t olan-������d at Ihe  h ii u t h ti a h t       o ru. r      of        Seu-  .iu 18, township 21, nurkeii P. C. myth* S K. cor..or, th.noe n rth SO clmi x.  th.ucow.8t 80 ohaius,  Uhuck souh rM)  ohai.s, theuce eatt 80 clmus to place -f  iiiinuituu meut,   uuu >iui m   iiiO  acres  ���������iiuie ur le*������  PAD1JY CLEMENT BLYTUE  Uutetl Jiine 30th, 1910.  U'.u. Leslie, Agei.t.  KU PE UT LAND U1STKIUT'  DiH'rict of ltnpsj t.  TAKE not c������ that Wiuiutn Itub.us i.  of VMuc^tu-er, H. V, occult on Sa cs .at.  uleuUa tu uppjy f,,r per..i8.i,.i, to pi.r-  chito������ the follow. K.a tcib a |(l,.d-: 0 in  '"������������������-"-"���������K Ht *t a p Htplunle.1 at ihe !s. E.  coruer oi Sec.i,,,. i4, T, w'^h-p -Jl. nm. k-  eU \\. l-io,iu,ou, ������..E. 'toiler, thwc  ii.nli 80 ci.iiin*, theuca w.st 8u cliui s,  ihence aout. 8ir cuaiij., tde:.ce e.st, st.  oi.iuua .opli(u������ot uoiumeneeoi*)..!, coutun  mi,' bio nered, m.,r9 ,.r.|������hs..  WILLIAM-.HOIJISSON  iiiiu._Lt'8u_e,_A|iej:itj .  Dated Jute 30th, I9i6,  RUPEKT LAND 1.181'IUCT  District uf Hu ..rt,  TAKE NOTICK that lliiih KoziaCl.sk  of Vancouver, IJ. 0., ooctipatiou iimrri d  woiuiiD, intends ta apply i .-  'ic'rat-.sitfti  to purobase the followi-a-jtUsuriuod lunds:  C'liniiioaciuti-s' at r. poBt, iilaiuid at  the  tioutrt eust corner of Heotiuii I,   Township  ,it I, thenco north 80 chuius,  tlivncu  went  80 cluiius,  thenco Boutb 80 ulmtu., tauics  cast 8U chaina tu plsoe of c ..iiiilewsuuitiiit,  ooutniuiuK 611) Roros, mom or I.hj  RUTH KKZIA CI.AKK,  WU������. liDalit.',   .-i^aut.  DstsdJoneUlBt, V910.  RUPERT LAND DWIttlOl'  Distriot of Rup������rt.  TAKE NOTICE thst ihoi'ire N.ntiiui  Worsley, of Vancouver, HA)., ou-upitmn  ���������book*koep*r, intende to apt ly for piumi ���������  sfsu to  parolMee tb* follu\."ii(<; duHcribAI  liintlH!���������Commenoing tt * i������*t plsuted at  thu aouth wo4t eornor of H i.i.i ju 18,1'own  nhip 8, pu-t mftr^yd O, N   Wut"luvV D,  W.ocrner, theuoe eeH fu otisuiw, tin. ���������**  north aiiulniiM, tlimiot)  vv.it 80cl;.ins,  thenaa south KO ohains tn l>-in'e ' t ihiiii-  uieucoaiont, aoataiuiog tlio avrns, iiuim  ur Isbu.  UK0UGK NOIUUCN VV'UK1Li-������t,  Wm. l.tslis, Auiwl.  Diti-d JunfiWth, 1������I0.  UUI'KIU'LAND 1)1*1 UiGT  Distriot cf Rut-orl.  TAKK NOTICE that Htipl.en So th,  of Vsnoouvor, B.C,, oi'������up ton, luioit-  ktwpur, itiUiiid. to sppiy fur )> niiiMiiv.'i to  uurolutae tlm followiuRilisiiiili.d Und;���������  8. Heath, N. VV, orener, Cm ni.'iieiug st  u punt pUuUv.l on Township 1'iin st i.iii-Ii  unApntlut l.uor^iliLiiki), lhe <n loutb  luHiilvvins, luonn.r Imu tu ih< i^usrtet  yet. Uuwiuii H������..otion ill md .W, Towik  nhi|) * and '.'(>. Il*ini.!(i i,..it 4) oli.ina,  tliuui; i north KM) cltsins, tli.<ne������ WMt .0  flniiiH, thane- suuth 2t'li ru- ." |lko< of  commoui-einHUt, coutuuii .k OMi .ersn,  uioe or los.1.      8TBPIIKX bt* tTil,  Win. LuniU'i AsHDt,  DsUd June '.Mra, 1910  KUPEKT LAND DI.VTP. IOI'  Dmti ict. of- Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE ti.atl, li, ward T������nr.  m, nl Vsncouv**, B.C., ii c.i|i������ u>n. T.*������v-  e ler. i. feuds to apply f������.r tt^rmiH^i-.u '<*  i'U clviss tl-'������ f-'-Io������.in|f tlu eii'oi   L.ikIb:  O innl.lining  at  u po������t ph, ltd  iu  ih  north ea**t co.ner of s.ction   I'J. Tow-h-t  U, ih*juae i'tiiit 80 uhiins ilenee a u h  ���������Hi chniut, th* uce wust 4j> chui> n aio ������ o  ks*. to  Oior*<itt  Ltiki*,  the,'*- ������i terlv  ulong no*tti .>l.ort- utinkotlj cliain., ue.ie  or l������8- te where rtiiuiiou li. w lie��������� \v en   rsec,  Pi uud 18i:,ter������.'iir,H Ini.o, theun   em. ti.  Cuaiiis morn or ie,i< to place of eou-me ."  meut tt Korib d uu po 180 ch i h to N. !���������'., I  m.nier, E Tho-nl y, oo.t������mi u (HOa-TiH  more orlts-.-  EDWARD-TUORJkLKy.  Win. Le I e, Aue. t.  Da ed June U8th, 10i0,  LAND ACr.  Ko*in No. 9,     ���������  Form of Ntitice, *  Co ict Diet rict,  District of IUhko 2.  TAKE iiutice thnt Vein a Leek of Vancouver, occupation Sjauater,  intends to  apply tor pcrmisai. n to purchase tbe foliowiug described lands;������������������  Commencing at * post planted nt the  North West corner tt N.. 1, thence West  eighty (80) i-tmt-s more or les to C. L.  3;('i8, tbeuce Ni rth einh'.y (&)) chaius a-  IoiirO, L. 335S, the.ee Eaat o������h y (80.  chains, tbenue South eighty (fid) uhaiua,  t.������ the poiut of conuiui ccmc .t, cJi.Uiu-  mn six hnudieil and fo.ty (0-iO) ucrea  more or less.  VERNA LEEK  Nd me of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  l.ANDAOr,  F.rmNo. 9,  Foim of Notiee.  Const Dibirict,  District ot Range 2.  TAKE notice that ElaoorLeek of.Van-  ciuvir, i-cciipmioii Marnod'.xomnn, in:  Unda tj apply for.p<*riiii>Mou Vo ^.m-chate  Uie follow ing desurilied lands: ���������  <Viu.menci ^.-utap.st pin, tad ut the  North VVo*it corner of No. 1, thence N< 7th  ei!,'lit)_(b0)-cb,uug���������t4ienue^Kast_(8i))jiituiu,j  thenco South eighty (8���������'���������) .h.tins,. thenoe  Woct (80) chum., to point ot couimeiicr-  itiont, co .turning' ix l.und cd uud foity  iieiesj nio.u oe letw.  ELAN OR LEKK  Niune of Applieaut.  Dtiled'Jtine 4tli( U110.  tl "  LAND  MU.  liorin No. U,  Furtn "f N ice.  CVfcDis rict Rh.jjo2. ,.  ��������� TAKK SOTICK th t Kit i.eriue Brown,  ��������� !��������� u.ipntiitn' widow, intend < co apply fur  p nnisiiuH to pu t'iiiuelhi f ll..������iii^ do-  surklod ljii.ia: C mm... ci- tf ^t a pus,  |.liii.tod nt tlio iikrth.-n t c.irmr of No :'  j (l.tiut,'tw.i luiluis imi-.h ut tne B'iuthw.t*-t  RUPERTLANDDISTKIOL'  District of Kupert.  TAKE NOTICE that, I, ,-,iiiimel ������.,w.  don, of Vnnoiiuvir, B. C��������� wioupiition mi ���������  ini! oi.win.er, iute: ds to iii.p)*/ for p'ltn ������  sk'u to pu.ciiiiBo the  foliowi u .le* cr hml  llinili.;���������UuiuiueiiOiiig st it p >������t i'lnnt.(l  at  th" south*������ est oorner of is. ctum 'i, Town  .ship *Ji, th' noe i.or h 80 tsh i.������,   ho .ue  ��������� Hft80 ohaius, thenco south do chii'H  the-co Hunt 80 chuius, r������ place of eo.niu  OXMMiisut, coutuii.il.i: (110 sure . ino u >i  ies.. ham Del now den,  Doted Juue*Siet, 1010  curiiei'of No 1) tho'icu i.ortli ei������htj [**i  ���������ilirtiuB,   tno. ue x\o t  ii*,'ht.y  (80) uiiui...  thei.ce aouth oij[hty (801 oI.iuls,   iheuut  t'H������. eighty [80]cluiiiH, t.> the  point if  c ininetice mint, cuntltiuiiiK .ix hundred  aed forty (0*10) ucrea, in.no ������r lima,  K.VTHKRINK BKQW.V,  Name of nppliciint  Dated Juuo 4,1910.  __       _    _^. ^������������������  Form No. 0,  KUPKWLAND dTsTUICT  Wstriet ot Hupert.  TAKE YOTR J. thnt IUU*> Ailiby, ��������� I  Vsncutrr. II. C, eocnpitiuii, n.nrrlc  woewn, ii.tentU to npp* fnr pomHsii.  te purdiii'41 th������ fo^o-ii.jf d-������ac ibe.i iiiu.l  CJtn..e.oi.K at.a -post phiulvd  nl th*  sou h last vomer ol Swrtiiiti !hu, Totvu  SMS tSssr 'fi������ ta1 A & 1 rr ������������������''}"���������'or,h ^vy m  .1  . ..   a   u..   -. - i-  horsnoi Notice.  CoHSt District,  Diftrio*.<f R������ri������f������ St2  TAKK NOUCB thru Amite Bremner.of  liimttiu, ik-c ip������tion tpi'st r, intends tu up-  \df for ptitui.siun to [uticlmsu iliotnllow  iti|f deao* ihud hint) : t otnmeticiuji at n pent  plHuisd nt ths north, iim* corner t.f No. 2  ('ni'K' t*-vu miii.s north of the Bi.tithwe^t  iio.ritie.tst corner, of No 6, hern)* four  miles north ofthe suuth.vest corner of  No i, thence north So chains,, thence  west 8o chains, thence south 8o ehains  ihence east So chains to the point of  commencement, containing 64" acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Na-ne of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 19to,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast Distiict.  District ef Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Wither Leek, of  Vancouver, occuoation engineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  al a post plunted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (being three miles nortb of the  southwest corner of No i) thenee north  80 chains, thence east 80 ch.iins, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 ohains,  to the point of cemmeneement, containing six hunched and   forty,   640,  acres,  more or less.      WALTER-LEEK,  .     A Name of Applicant-  Daied June 4; ,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Ooast District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE thtrt Barton Hoi*  land, of Vancouver; oeeupation, accountant, intends to apply for per-  tnifsioa eo purchase tbe followine; described lands: OommeneiDg at a post  planted at the north east eorner of Ko  12, being tour miles north and two  miles west of the south weat eorner ol  Mo. 1, thence nortb 80 ehains, tbenee  wtut 80 ohains.theuae south 80 chain*  thenoe east 80 chnins, to tbe point ol  oummenoement, ooutalniog 610aores,  more or less.  BURTON HOLLAED,  Name ei Applioant.  Dated June 7th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  FormNe. 9.  Form of Notice,  boast Distriot, Range 2  TAKB   NOTIOE   tbat  John   M.  Stewart, of Vancouver, oooupatioo car  pen ter. intends to apply for   permission to purchase tbe following deeenb-  ed  lands:���������Com mencing  at a  pott  planted at the northwest eorner of No  11, being three miles north and three  roilt-s west of the southwest oorner of  Nol, ihence uorth 80 chains, thence  west 80 ehains, thence south 80 ohains  tbenoe east 80 chains, to the point of  commencement, oontaining^fiaO aores,  moie or 1-M. JOHN M. 9 TEW ART.  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 6,1910,  LAND .ACT-  Eorni No. 9.  h'omV of notice.  Const District Range 2.  . TAKE NOTICE that William H.  Whalen. of Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to ,ipply for permission  to purchase rhe following- described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  ���������the-north east corner of No, 6, beinir  lour miles north ofthe south west corner  0fN->>. i;:thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  ihence west 8u ohains, to the point of  'commencement, containing six hundred  and forty acn s, more or less.  WILLIAM H, WHALEN,  Name of Applicant,  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form ol Notice.  Coast-District-  District of Range a.  TAKE NOTICE that George Whalen, oi Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intend-- to .ipply for permission to pur*  chase the following described lands  Commencing at a post planted about on*.  mile west from the north \\ esi corner ol  No 2, being two miles nortli and two  miles we-t of ihe souih west coiner of No  t ��������� thence norrh 80 cn,tins, thence east 80  chains, thencr south 80 chains, more ot  less to C. L. 3358, thence west, 80 chains  along said licen-e to point of commence*  ment, containing 640 acres, more or less.  l.EORUE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notiee.  Ooast District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Alex F Brem*  ner. ol Boston, oooupation engineer,  intends to apply tor permission to porches i tbe following dt-scribed lands*.���������  Commeooiug at a post pleated et tbe  northeast corner ol No 12, being four  mt es north and two miles weat of tht  southwest oorner of No 1, thenee nortb  80 chains, tbenee east 80 ehains,  'hencesouth 80 ohains, tnence west  80 ehains, to the point of commenci-  meut, eontait.int". 640 acros, more or  lest. ALF X F. BBEMN ER.  Name ol Applicant.  Dated June 7,1910.  " LAND AOT. "~  Form No. 9.  Form ot Notice,  ' Coast Distriot, Range 1  TAKE NOTIOE that John Morsv-  ic, of Vancouver,occupation constructor. int6uds to apply for permission  to purchase the follow i-.g disarihed  lands:-Commenciug st a peat plant, d  at the northeHst corner of No 14, feting u������e milts uorth and two n ilt-s  west of the southwest eorner of No 1,  thenee nortb 80obuin������, thenoe wesi  80 cbsit s, tbenee south 80 obains,  tbenoe east 80 oaaioB, to the point of  oommeneement, containing 610 acres,  mote or Ua*.      JOHN MORAY 10,  Name of Applicant  ���������Daterl.Jni.P,6..1910.--j   thetice ������U't tf0ul.ui|uj, to plao 0' v.u.ih-  ei,ctim-.nt cntaisiug o**ii ������t:re-, * ������r������ ur  le-u., -nAlMiJ-: A������rlUY,  Will, Imttthl), rtUUIlt.  DatedJuneliUt, RH0.  Cook'i Cottoo Root Compound  fkst |*n\t Uterine Tonl*, tMd  .my suts etroitnra WctWy  lltet^lawrea whleU wotuen can  deperiiL rMdln thres ikurse*  e_rti'tinmii*-������o. U Wi No %  i0de|rr������<'M atrornror. Ki; No. ii  nropsld ^^Jimttmnt prioe  If'BMItMrialOljiieia^MT. 0������Wlttin<e%.  uhulllS,   tin lliu   I'Uat  vilihtv   (MU) elllllU',  the.itu seuth -vijity (8u| ctuiitii, thn.ee  wu.t e^lity (DO) ihnii.s ru ruiut ut emu  tne. e* meut, .iui,Ul������iiig six hi.udrw-J ������od  {tort. (U4l>) ncres, tinim or le.s,  Ai-Slb) HKKM.NEIl,  Nmiiti of Apul.ea t,  Datwl.lurm 4, IV10.  ttUl'EHTUNDDWTJULT  UUUHH ot l*.il|Ji'lt.  TAKE NOTICK thut .Miu Etekitis, of  1 mliCvti ������**,... v ,, ���������i--.-..f-.., ,-,   ������������������   '..  1,1  t.nilfi tit iM.t.ly for tiermt^.toll to pitraliit^.  tho 'ollowitijf tlaseribod Inikis;-*!*; .iuwnn  CUlg st a u.nv pliuiUii at tliM ix nib ti4it  ti.rn. r of H������e i< u .11, T(nv.'i������litp :o, thcuv-  ������uiith 80 ehnin-i, lluineo wutit no clmi..*  thenos ur>r������h SO uhiito*, ilieiiO" rist H"  -luiinf t ol���������.''���������i'i! toaiinuK. em taut, (i..u  tSI.I-J OW II *.'*, 1U..I    .,;  ,  ...  JurtK i;U-.KIK!'.,  Win   i**\ii,, ,\,.���������(���������'���������.  D������t*d Jilum .-'Ist, I'-'.O.  OM"  UNII ACT*  Form N.i. y.  CoHit Di-aiirt  Diitrict of Rtnge 3.  ' .f j   TAKE NOTICE 1h.1t Edwin ]> Hiem-  Tat trrent J'-uffllS Jtri-nt,,. \ti-nd-, 10 apply lor petniHt'ion w pitrv)i;t*r  fimeswullnviauruiaiiii ������"'���������< > ,,,��������� ft,|,0W|���������K   di>st.r,pfd   la.tls,   Coin-  nu-ncing at ���������> puM planted at the north-  c,i>< infl.(l i'i >>u 4  ti-C'a,   Mine   io.it,-  ���������i,ll)t t,l l!,t: -i.iilh'li-Jl At-'iuvi   v,  fnnes tuul InvluuruiSHl.... \. imi  ���������J<,*vmw him im, iiiiiIiim   11, i  . ���������lj,������     f*ttv^,taoMV.i|iis.t,'l.-,i,A>.'  1 Ikbmlitji, AttnLiJ nn.4 It-mia \v,,rn j,  i Vf^rhlt\^aaii'/^-tU������^ l.teAAut  jsyii.���������  J /ermuriy  .    .  f_r....n.mn.w<,r-|���������1���������i,1||..| Sil,i.-*i.inl,.iA-ji*t������itei  vf  m7i*t^tVa^^^t^'Q,^'!,'^'^'iUi'ci'u,di t-i*li\y Ho tham*,   thence  ���������wmrtytl'lndtvti ������������������i-������nV>jOnt,, ���������*������������'   eighty,   8������>,   flum*, ih*t:re south'  HuM'ti/antlr  ������ll!f   '  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Noi ice.  Const District Range 3.  TAKE NOTICE thn Hubert H.Ellis  of V'iincouv'������r,'iiccupittioti,hi'uker, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands; Cu'tuiienciiig  al ti post planted at tho hotuh west corner of No. 10, being two mile-; north mid  two "miles ivctt of tht; smith west corner  of No. 1, thonqe north 89 ch-uns, thence  west 8>i chains, (hence suuth K* chums,  more or less, the nee ta-t Uo chains, to  poinr of commencement, containing 640  acres, move or less,  RUIIKUT IL ELLIS,  :                       Name uf Applicant,  l)������te.l Juue 4th, 1U1U,   LAND AC J'. ""'"'-'""  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  C'������,iM Diitrict Mange  .  TAKE NOTICK thuJ.ihnC, Arm*  strong,ofVanco'iver, oicjutttion, clerk,  irneiidi id apply for peruii.iion 10 pur-  rlia.e the following detiribed luwU!���������  Cominvnciiig   at  a post plumed at the  north imsi corner of No. ll, being three  mile* nnrih .uH two mile-*  wi*n  of lhe  Houth wesi minor of Nu, 1; thenoe -north  Hu chains, thence west Ha ch iim, ih.tnre  tlience Miiith ������u chain., ilibr.ce cu������t  Ko  chain*, t,j the  point ol nuiiinenceiiieni,  cuntainiiig fijo acrei*, more nr lvs������.  JOHN tl. AUMSTKONti,  Name of Appiicrint,  Dated June 4th, ion..        L,\S.t ,\&l\  LAND ACT.  Form So 9.  I'orm ol Noioe.  Ooast Diatriot, Range 2.  TAKB NOTICE that Joseth Mor-  tvio,wiyariCHVer, boctipstion enpiu-  er, infet\ds to apply ioi pr-rn inion io  eurobaae tue lollowioRdi 8"tlbtd laudc:  Comm*-ncing at a post plauted at tht  luribt-tys. oorupr if No 14. being five  milea uortb and two. m'les west of th-.  s 'Uthwestoornor of N* 1, tin nee north  80 cliains, thence east 80 chains,  t"rncesi'Uih 80 chains, tbenoe west 80  obaios. to the point of oomraenoi-  mirjt oouthinine, tj40 neten, more or  leu. JOSEPH MORAVIC,  ��������� Nauie oi AppliiADt.  OttVd June B 1910  LAND ACT,  Form No 9  Firm ui Notiee.  Ooast i'i* 1 riot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William  Haine*, ol Vnuoonver, oooopition lore  ui4i,,int������uiis to apply Iff ptrmhsioi^  to ptiruhttBs the following desctibud  IrtDds.���������Commencing at a post plan If d  ai the northeast eoruei of No 10; be*  ing six mllte nortb ami two milec  weeioi the southwest eorner oi No 1,  thenoe uorth HO ohaini, tftsnoe weat  80 ihains, theooo south 80 chains,  tbetiOM eaat BOonslr.B, 10 ihe pniut ol  oommeneement,etintHininc 010 scrri,  more or Iim. WILLIaM HAINES,  ��������� Name of Applioant.  Deled Juos 0 1910  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9* font nt Notioa.  Coast District, Range 2.  TAKB NOTICE that Alexander McPhee  of Vanoouver, oooupation, carpenter, in*  tends to apply lor bermiwion to- purohase  tbe following described lauda:���������Commencing at at a post plauted at tbe north west  oernsr of No. li, being four milts north,  aod three miles wett of the south west corner of No.l, tbenee north 80 chains, thence  went 30 chains, theuce south 80* chuius,  thenoe east 80 chains, to the point of commencement, containing 940 acres, more or  lean. ALEXANDER MdPHEK,  Name of A pplicaut.  Dated Jane Cth, 1910,  'T ', :     * ���������    _.   -1      : . . *  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  Ceatt District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Nboiiii McPhee.  of Vancouver, ocoupatiou, niwried wouion-  inteods to apply fur permission to purchase tbe following described landa*. Com  meni-iui* at u pott planted at the uorth  went corner of No. 14, beiug five milea  north and three miles west <*f tbe south  west oo������wir of No. 1, tbeuce north 80  chains, theuce west 80 chains, tlience.  eouth 8t) ohtiitie, thsuoe east 80 cliniuf, to  the poiut of coiiimencement, coutuiiii-g  ti*40 aorta, more or leg*.  NAOMI McPHEE,  NBmoof Applieaut.  Dutod June 6th, 1910.  ~LATfD~Al7lT  Fu.-iii _iv, 9.  LAND A OT.  Form No 9,  Form ui Notioa.  Coast DIsiriol, Rango 9.  TAKE  NOTICE tbat Cruris 0,  [Pratt, ol Vai.ouuver, uceupMlun m  oouniaril, ioiruds 10 apply lor per  miss.vo to purkiiaM the h llu wing de  Const District, Range 2.  , TAKKNOTICK tlwtliewii J; Bull, of  V.itconver, ocoupatiou, forenmn, ii.t������nla  to apply for. pt-rnii-siuu to purohase tbe  follo������ in*,' described lands: Cummeucink  at a post* planted at thenorth unit toini-  pt No. 16. beiug '.ixanilei nmtb aud tl re������  miles weat of theBou.h wtat ooroer of No  1, thtuceuonh 80 oh������i������������, thsice we.t SO  chains, thence- m.nth 80 chtiiue, thence  oastSO cIluiih, to thi* point of comma .e-  meut, oontaiuiiigL'tMOseres, mbrecr lent.  U5WI8 j. BULL,  t Name of Applicant.  Dated June fith,J910.  ���������        at ... ,     ���������    1   in   ���������       .,     ��������� ..   ���������  LANU ACT.  ICrni No. 0.  Form of Notioe.  Cosst Mist not,. Range 2.  :  TAKE NOl'IwiE tbat Alsxamler J. Slaw  urt, of Vauo .uver���������ti������uuuatio,v, tMrpsuIrr,  iuiotiilH to apply fur perii.i*������loii t*. _ ur������  ului e tho fullvHlug  thfserih������.T laads:���������  Couuuunciog ������t a post itiauted cntnov  [(ihore  about 84, txihs in a son lb ess*  tori/dimutiun irom thn aoatlawes. oir*  ntrot No. I;  thtuve not tli 80 oUhioh,  theuce east 80 ch������iuR,,thonoe south 80  ch.liiH-   thi/uto w^Bt *S0 cJiiiiiis, to  point  ut uotutnsnoutueut, ooiituiuiug 040 uoitm,  mors or loss.  ALEXANDER J. STBWART,  Name of Ajiplicsiit,  Dste June Pth, 1910.  LAWU ACT,  Form No, 9. Form of Notice.  Coast Distriat, Uaui|u 'i,  TAKK NOTICK thai RliKtlhtb Jail)  Suiiili, uf VauouUTer, eouupatluii, m������r. ied.  woman, Iuteuds to apply fur pirnisNi.n  .topurunanethsMlowlugtlostullwaUus;  sr>iiludlandt.|-Oon������u������rnil gatHpoil Commenolug ut u pint blniifestl ut the  ������������������Irani, d at the nortbe.it corner ol No, | Mutb Mit _*,..,, ^Vl.. I, Iheuo/a.i th  16, being all nilN nurili and tw.- u-a*.^n..mitrm .AJ.^IT *nM  milea west 01 thesoura won,corner vt  No 1 tbeuce nmtb 80 obains, tl ence  vai 80 oliairi ibo-n.*soutL 80 ohaiox,  ihaoce wtt\ 80 obsibi, to the rmint ui  e tnineneemsBt, eoit.iolog 840aor������t,  .uon, or let*. CLORCECi'RAi'T,  N*n.e ol Applieaut.  Dated June It 1910  LAND AOT.  Fora No 9.  Form No. 9,  RUraiTLANDIiKJHlCf  fiintrb't of l!u|**rt.  TAKE NOJ'iCB thin A.I* W������-������..r Je...  fchiiioti, of Vvif.������iver, R. V , >-*��������� .ipati.Hi,  Ht."l'ltfra|,ller, llltiirtrlt Id ���������Mio.J !<��������� l-.-ni ie  biun to till..:.ii.*"B the lol-<t������ilijx > *a������ f,l*i.  Uo4*',~Oiru itnti idg a. a p at |> hu i-l.,  tbt imrtb 'i ent oorner of .'���������eviic* &>, I ���������������������������* *  ship i������, ther.*) aoutb Ki e> ���������ir>������, t.nee  Mtt 80 uliui'-s, tb-wte nerlh Nil elm ns,  ttteiiOt uet bi -hnintt !��������� j4*>������ ... n.*m  ni.oi-niwi'rit, ������3������.*ii������iii������*)ifAlii net***, ..ore  t  mV*.  ADA RU5ASOR J!.SKI** S,  Win  Lt-'l t. ..������*.*.  tfttrnd Jtl������ 3!at tm.  HAVWAUtt nhTiurr.  **"*"���������>���������   -Am^lgmm*.- .-mm  TAKV, J.'nriCK ihnt tfX,. ,jH>, r,.,,r j  !������*.'. !. i'h���������r'.'H ll; r������trniiK.������. .,f \Vh������|.-!  <"������n. I! ,t*ei laland, a.w������ullo������rr. in end j  '" a-u-ilj* f r if'rmie i-ni t.������ lert.e tin f���������li H 1  t������ if IcuriLinl foreshore; -t'ornn*'iuli(|<hi j  n *ni.> |,hi^,l ttt!:������i l.itrh ������ni������r *i,*.t, i  'i'������.it'  tb* el.niii* ti.<itri*rly (miu tla H j  v    ' i" of t)w fr.e iim*l S. \V ,,ii.ji i  ""i i'^'.  Cwri'it IsIhii*), ti.i.i.,*u ru,,.;  ���������.ini/ i ��������� 1, .nthrffy ,hre.*'i.������n f. |I..������i. tf t|���������.!  m*. t|������r ul xhe ahii'tt Une t��������� * |������, ���������t t���������������  ct.i.im mitttlrt rly li.m tlw aaid H, W .,*-.''.  nn.t tietr-tt-tumtl  *. W   .,u.H.r  ������.,.,{  itnnltl Ciittex inlanil, *nd ,iiilttui ,. ||  h. fur������,liii,n ihifiiu miwii Ui lo-* mabt  mark  i * ������jJul u.iih, miu.  tAUn   II. .������l>AX(ak������  ���������ui(.'hty, Bu, t hums, thence caM riglity go I Ku*m ������f Notirc.  ii iiiuis lu point ul t mnmi-un-mcni,   mn-j Coa������i Distnri Ringe 3.  I 1-ni.i������g si* uunUicD .11... im,, iti4.v,u.ir������;     ������AKh Nuiicr. ti lav o, 1������<������-it ll- ',-  * uinie ur le������������. ilsnd, nl Vaieuutrf, i.rnipaiiuit, uia*>  i EDWIN I' DltF.MNKI!, Jri'd woman, In'tniia tn a\ply lot p*t  Name of Apph.aat.'mMm <0 *������'***** ',"' '?���������������>*������������������������������ ���������������������������*-  ),tted June 4,19m.  . *  LAND ACT.  Form ,V.i fj,  Form of Nmire.  t.'.Mat i-batrii.!,  t Dis'nct of Rani-r i.  [    TAKE NOTICE thai   Helen   Shan  .ion.ofRii-itrrtt, nrrrrp.������ri-in m.r-*r<f  ���������,,  ������im, ituendi i" aiip'v f<" permt������*-t>n u,j    pun-^seiheNliiwing iWttl-rl un.u*|  HlTRPCRtnF. FflU T������K NKWH  (C*itMM������vcing ������t a  v*nt P1������ntt.UttbcojjJ_,Yg_%t UULLJUiA Vlu\U.  ���������eritod Im.d*-: ronnuertilug at a p<"r*t  - tltoted at the ut*rth������*.i. roroercl hi.  ill,  I'iit'a! three mil. ��������� <n nh and   t-..*  ! mih*' ���������*'��������������������������� ������* f t*" K  "'  r ri''r <".! N  \ I, \hfiiee eoT'h B'l iilmii,*, tl<������"xne tint  HO eiii-i'.a 'bin.-*..< ...i'i N*i ehiit*.  , ibtnrr nt*l W������ Miams. to ib������- j-'u 1 ������������������'  ! eitti.n Mieeiv n������, ei ut.i ing H|0 ecr.������,  , m ta iU l-*e,  I l-KltrRUDV. KOI L*NK  .' Nime if Ai'i'liosui.  U*l������i Jor* 4 ������., 11110.  Form os Notiee.  Posel Distriat, Range S.  TAKK NOTICB thar Dave Fertn*  on,ol Vanetintsr.neenpatloo buleher  intend*  to apply Inr pfrml'finn lo  . ,>,,el <*���������������    tt.*������    fi>Hii*ltt*    rleserlhert  nnrf������:���������Onfr.mencioget a post planted  mir 1 hi* i.esch ������' the nr.inwesi corner  11 No 11, being two mile* norlb  apt*  three mile* w������t nf the souihwrtt oor*  1 ������i of No I.thme" north 80 ebalns,  'hatir.'w-si 80 ohai ia, tbenoe sent I  MUr|i,<ins, ninre "r ls# to ihore lire,  thf nne     eaat    tyl    ohains      along  ���������titer* Hoe 1* r������nlnt nf eommeru*emrni,  s.-t laii.io*. I-i" *yi*i, mute 01 h*t,  DVK t-LHi.U-.CN,  Naase tl Applleanl,  D������������ef inm ������ IVI0  W YOU UMNT  GOOD PRINTING  UXH la A TUUL I  80 ohahis, wore or Use to shore |i������., tl 01..  ou east 80 uIimms along eortlisru buuudn.y  ���������if No. OT, thencr ntu tn 80 uliaira, tl.enou  weat W ohHliu, to puintof eommeiosrox t,  uoutaluhig U0 sore., mor*. er loss.  KLIZAWKTHJANKHMITK,  '        Name of Applicant.  D.U Jeno Oth, 1W10,  LANU AOT,  Furm No. V, Ymm id Notion.  r.V a IV.trkt, T,.������iv2.  TAKR NOTIOK that Tiuvii D.wion  Mtlur, of VaNeuuvar, oooupation, earpitt*  tar, iutsnda te apply tor psrinission te prtr-  ohase tke following thnorihed Und������i���������C.un  mm.eltig at   a   }>/>���������'t   *_>'������).���������'.���������.}    of   tlv   ������* ' th  ������sst oornsr uf No. 1. ihsnoe nnrth 80 vhshia  thenoe rest 80 stalnx, tbsuvs soutli 80  ohahs thenee ������est 80 ohaleii, to point uf  eoutiiwaesmeul, oouisiaiiui 040 asrsa murt  et U at.  DAVID UAWftON MIJ.UR  Name ut Applioaut.  Dat. tt Jans 0th, 1010.  I  FOR SAIX~~A fit.. riN.iiH.������l  lionw tm Imlf lot. For fimlmr par-  fioulnrgitp)iljriit thi* ufliuu  FOU S?AU:*-.S....������I. rrwnlstr  Tv|*writei in |!^������n| ������r������lor. C������**r  *13.".������l������ u ill M'll r..r hitUMO. Atw  (���������ly at thle olikv. THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH /CQLXTM13IA.  LAND ACT.  orm No. 9. Form of Notioe.  Coaat District,   Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William F. Smith,  of Vaucouver, occupation,, carpenter, intend* to apply for permission to purohaae  the following .leiicribed lands:���������Commencing at ta-poat planted at the north east cor.  ner of No. 1, thence north 80 ohaius, thanoe  ������aat SO chaina, theuoe south 80 cbains,  tbenoe west 80 ohsins, to point of couiin-  euccnient, containing 640 aorea, more or  lens. WILLIAM P. SMITH,  Name of Applioant.  Dated Juno Oth, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Farm No. Jl. ��������� Form of Notioe.  Coast DUtriot,  Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOB that Usr.arttMcKif-  ������r, of Vaarourer, occupation, married wo  u-.an, iuteuds to apply for permission to pur  abase tbe following described lands!���������Commencing at a post planted at tho nortb east  coruer of No. 3, beiug two miles north and  one "mile east of the south weat Corner of  No. 1, theuce north 80 chains, thenoe east  80 chains, thence aouth 80 chain*, theuoe  west 80 ohidtia, to the point of commencement, oouuiiinug 640 nores, more or less.  MAItUAUKT McKIVOR,  ' Name of Applioant.  Pa'ed June Odi, 1910.  BEJElt    BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.'  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink   U   B.C.Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  In Sui  mmer  ���������less food is needed than  in winter. But it it essential  that summer food be palatable  aad nutritious. That is why  the best of all summer foods is  BOVRIL  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      ���������     FOB  SALE  BY     -     -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vancouver,, Be C.  LAND ACT.  I'orm Na. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast Dut. ict, Range 2.  ! TAKK NOTICKihat Annie Higham, of  Vaucouver, ocuupttti.ui, married w.inau, in  ui-Ua to apply for permission to purchase  the foliowiug deacril.e.l Units:���������Commencing at * poat planted at the north east corner of No. 5, being three miles north snd  one mile eaat of the south west corner of  !No. 1, thence SO chains uorth, theuco 80  chaina east, theuce SO chaim south, theuce  ������0 chains went, to the point of comuienue-  ioent, contatning 610 acres, more or leas.  > ANNIE HICHAM,  , Name of Applioaut.  Dated Juu? 9th, 1910.  LAND AUT..  .Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast, District, Range 2.  |   TAKK NOTICi-i tlut Maggie Armstrou>  [of Vancouver, oooupation, mankd woman  i inteudd to apply for permissson to purchase  [ 'he follnwim*. described lands:������������������Comuteoc-  Itiig at a post-planted a* the uorth eaat corner of No. 7, being four miles north and  /our mile eu*t of the south went corner of  No, 1, thenco north 80 ohaias, theuoe taut  [SO chains, theuue south 80 ohaius, theuce  I weat 80 ohain*-,. to the point of commence-  tieut, containing-040 acres, more or less,  ���������' MACC1K AKMMTROKO,  Name of Applicant,  'Dated June 9th, 1010.  NOTICK is herely. givon that, tin the  (list .lay of Die.mher uexr application will  ie iiittde to tbe Supuiiutut.ilu.it of Provin.  rial Polio' for tbe renewal of the hot. I li*  uuuo 11 Ht.ll liquurs hy reh.il In the bitel  .in.wu uh tho Woiiillnts Snipping FJsue>  ituuteot Oyster Riyer, in the proviuoo uf  triti.li Columbia. Ankib YVooiibi'h.  Dated Otituber 11, lull).  NOTIOK ia hereby given thnt uu tbe  r������t day uf UeootuW iiexwipplkutiunji. ill  ������made to lbs Sapoiintendeut of Provin-  nl l'olioo, Viotoria, fur a mis* ul of tbe  .>tei lieense to aell Huiiuis by rotuil in  .n hotel kuuwn nt tlie Union hotel, sit-  ito nt Uuion, 11, C. t*UMu������i.O* Davis,  Uutetl the Utli day of Oototwr, 11)10  NOTICE  Auy person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any deecriptiodn  Jelouging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y*, or from or off the land  of the said Company, will be prosecuted to tliM full extent of tbe law.  W. J,. COULSON,  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  notice.  Ridiug.on locomotives and rail  way cars of the Union Colliery  \ ompany by any person or ��������� persons���������except lain crew���������i,i strictly  prohi'-Ued. Employees -re sitb-  :-:������c lo ������.i_iu-iriKiil for allowing sam-  By order  . General Manner.  CUMBERLAND & UNION  WATEK WORKS CO., Ltd.  NOTICE.  Sprinkling will be allowed only  between tbe hours of 7- to 8 in the  morning aud from 7 to 8 . in the  evening.  Leaky taps must be attended to  at once.  Any changes or additions to existing piping must be sanctioned  by the company.  A. McKhioht,  Manager.  -J���������G-H-TARBEtt--;  HIGH GRADE STOVES*  And all KITCHEN   1UTENS1LS -  '1  NOTIOB ia hcroby given thst on the  a* day if Dnoumbor u������xt appliuatioti will  mudo to to the duptriuleudept of I'r.*-  "l-jinl Pelieo, Viotoria, for ��������� renewal of  o bote! lioeuae to *ell liquors' by rotiul  tbu Imti'l known us the Courteiiiiy hotol  unfed nt Oiurtenny, H.C.  John It, Johnston ,  Uated October II, 11)10.  "BARGAIN  Police Model Hum-  ber Bicycle, only  soiled, complete with  .Carbide Lamp.  The outfit cost about ������90,00,  Owner going away will sell for  $55 00 cash, or $60.00 terms.  This is a Genuine SNAP.  Thos. PLIMLEY  mo Gov,t Street/Victoria, B.C.  Opposite Spencers  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenient for guests.  Tbe Cential Hotul for Bportatnon  Nona but the Rest of Wines and, Liquors  N'OIICK is hereby giveu that on tbe  t d ������y of December aott application will  ,111.1110 tu ths tfttperiateuUeut of Pro*  oi*l I'oiioi*, Vio i.rlrt, fur n ru. owul of  b't*l HoenketuBoll liq.iora by totail  ili* hotel known us tbe IClk lintel, situ*  I at Com-*, II.O.     Jolt,*. AUam.  utsdOuUlisrli, 1010,  ���������it the Har.  RATES  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  *   FAIRFIELD  ������  STORE Z2f'  J. JACK,   Phop. $.  1       j ,      <>  A Fine Assortment of  , the Choicest Candies,  Fruits nnd Tobacco,  Vancouver Ice Cream.  Dunsmuir Ave. 'Cumberland  WAITER NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given- that an  application will be made under Part  V. of' tbe- "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license- in the Division of  J*^mo_-Dlstrictj^4^-���������-������������������-      :- : ;-  (a) Tbo liiiuie, address aud occupation  of,t|ie applicant is William Alexander  Mattnwhqu, uf Goiuox District, British  Columbia, Funner  (B) The name of the lake, stream  orewurce- (if unnamed, the description ib) Three .Springs, known us Matliew-  Bon'e Sprint's, situate ou Stotion Six, tic  moiDiatriot.  ,   (c)  Ths point of diversion is direct from  :������oUf on nr Su rings.  [d) Tbe quantity of water applied for  (in'ctibic feot per sioi nd] 0.066 ouhiu feet  por st-cond.  (e.) The character of tbe proposed  works   COAST LAND DISTRICT.  D:strict of Coast, Range 2.  take notice that Frank Hitiks*.  man, of Vancouver, B. C., wood  merchant, intends to apply for permission to pi*-chase the following  described lui.cl**: Commencing at 4  post planted about 4_ miles north  and 1 mi.B aunt oi the goutbeaet  corner of CL 3358, thence south 40  chairs*, tht-nce webt 80 chain*,  thence north 40 cbains, thence east  80 chain*?. to_-n*bt of coinmeiiiement,  contuiuiiiy 320 acres mote or   lees.  KKANK HI.S'KSMAN.  Dated July 28th, 1910.  S.S."LITHIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing^md freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply tp���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, B. C.  WINTER SCHEDULE.  Effective on and from the 3rd;  proximo, the following will be the  fall schedule of our local mail  steamers;���������-City of Nanaimo leaves  Nan 1*1110 at 7 a. m., on "Wednesdays and Friday's and the Queen  City leaves Nanaimo 10 p. in., on,  Mondays City of Nanaimo leaves Coniox at 7 a. in., on Thurs-  days-aml-Saturdays:���������QueeirCity"  leaves Comox at 1.15 p. m,, on  Tuesdays.  ��������� ' (f;) Tho premises on which the water is to bo imed (describe a'ame)  --sectionEiix, Comox Di.ttiot,  Wntii.li Columbia,  and the Northw.st DO num tl  Section Kight, C.-raox Diatriot atoronaid.  (g.) Tho purpoaeB for which the  wutvr is t'i bo Uted O .i.o*tio p.r]>.ne������,  (h) If for irrigation describo the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage     Ki-*miww*mim  REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  lOUtRis lisrsby irlrsn  that eu tke  ; day ot Deeetubtruext spiilos'iuii will  .itdetu tbo Superlnroudint nf I'm-  iul folios Viotoria, for it roaswal ul  hotel l.uens* lu noil liquors hy retail  lis bnti'l Uuowu as tba Malaspina Uu*  .nitgit.d at r,u.id, 0,0.   FuKt) Iiiumn  jatedOitober II, 1010.  OT1CK ia hMtuby tfivuu that im ths  day uf ir.wiulnrn-jxt spiilluitio 1 will  ude to tbe Hii|iorint������ntleutof Provin*  Vail**) VtoUnia, fur������ renewal uf tba  1 lieeuse tu Hull llquur* hy 1 etui I iu  liatel kail an nn the Wlllnv.*. H,i:i*l ni ���������  in at Campbell Kiver, Jl. C<  rilUUNAUANNKK.  ,trd October It, 1 VIO.  NOTIOK TO THE 1HJ1IMG,  llaviui built������large worebonae and mill  nt Courtenay, I will Ib future keep na  hand a atoek of all Kluils of Hay, Oralo,  nud Fet'd at lowest market rates. A  Hpi'olulty will hs mado nf roller crushed  feed for horsss whioh ** ill rmiike n snving  of "B������ third in the ooit of fp������d, Orders  ������Wsn tlie teamster nrl.y phone will lie  promp'ly llllad. Thimkiugyou for l������ur  patr nniis la the piat and sniieliing n onn  tiuimnveof tliaaatne 011 brnadsr liuss, I  beg to rsn-sii '  Yunra to orniininml,  1IVHON CRAWFOUn.  Dealer iu-  ,..   ALLKPNDS- OP  Fruit; Candy Cigars  Cigarettes <E Tobacco.; |  Honovn Block,  OVMT.RIiLAND, 11.(5.  Go to  (i.) If tho water-, ia to be used for  power or mining purports? deeertbe  tbo plaee where tbe water la to bs  returned to some natural channel,  and the differeneo in altitude between  point of diversion and point ol  re*  tUlD      llltlllll      ���������tlMt***      ���������������������������Hllll      4#t|tlaM      SltlSiSItt  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  ' mmnamwem  In tho matter.ofan application for  fur   a   Duplicate Certifioate of  Title to Lota 11 and 12 Block  A [map 522.B) Town ofCura*  lierland,  NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVKN  that it itf my intention ut theexpi-  raiion t������f one month from tho date  of the first publication hereof, to is-  Mie a Duplicate Certificate of Title  to said IaiuIh issued lo John West*  wood on tho  7th day  of  Auguat  1895 and numbered 81-1 C.  Land  Registry Oflice, Victoria,  B.C.  Tho 23rd dny of Auffuit 1910.  8. Y. WOOTTEN  KotfirUrttr General.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Ooast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Percival  James McLaughlin, of Vancouver.  B C , rancher, intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following described lauds: Commencing  at a post plan.ed about 5 miles  north and 2 miles east of the south  nast corner of CL 3358, thencenorth  80 chain*, thence weit 80 chains,  (hence south 80 chains, thence east  80 chains, to post of commencement  containing 640 acres, more or less.  1'ERCIVAL JAMK8 McLAUGHMN  Dated July 27th, 1910.  NOTICE *s is keret7 given tbat at tbe  next meeting ef the Board ot Licence*  Commission*��������� ef the City of Cumberland, I intend te apply for a Imiiiifero  the wholesale liquor lioease held by van  on lot 3, block S. te block IS, lot 6, Cum-  burlaod Townsite-  GIAU MCfiSATTO.  Dated this 9th day of August, HJ10.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE   FOTICE that  Wegtlcy  '*������*St*t    IMlHI    I  (l.)Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works'  tiiiiitii    nm  (k.'i This notioe waa posted on tha  l.1th day "f .SoptouiUr, 1010, nml iippl.ua-  tiim will bo nude ti Ihe C.-mmUiioiior on  the2������'litlaynfOniolor. I UIO  1.) (live the names tied addresses  of any riparian proprietors or llcou*  neee who or whose lands are llkerv to  be effected liy the proponed works,  either above or below the outlet:  Nor*.  (Hignntitrsl   W, A, MATIIKWHON,  (!'.0. addrcas)  Oiunox, 0.0.  OT10K ia bersby glvsa thst ou tl.������  d������y of Dteetob*r mat applieatiua ������il  tie in tb������ Siti������srti.t������n .out - f Hmvi..-  X'mlm, VUtoriii, fer the renewal ot I tn  lii'u-.Sa Ui ti It U'pi-r* by .u^tli.. t!m  kui'Wa Ma Umi U .l.ou auisl, aiiuaU-.1  liiin liny. Ml Johu HvMeafaT, in,  tMlOet.'b������i I1.IUIU.  -mmm*mmm*mtmmtmmmm***r*mmm*m  ****  Af! in the News  vs.   Try it.  UN1UN S, S. CO., of H.C. Ltd  lV>ok-eud ���������wrrif-*  between Vawanver,  Xiiu.l'iio, Union, I'outox, hy the  stu. I CMe built twin rwr^w  ateatnsr "COWICHAN"  Mailing aa tinder*-  l/iavea Vaneoovor, ftotnrday 8pm  Arrive* Nanaimo, HMunlny ISpru  Arrifta Unina, Wnndsy A a m  Arrivta Cnmoi,   Snnduy 8am  Hwtirtiltig;-���������  l^avr-s I'eniuj, -tutulNy t y in  h-it-rem Un't... Hu.i.luy 5 \t m  Arrifw Nt.iHiuio, Mitiilny II p m  Airif������M Vanfoneer MmimImj, 7am  f*t*.g*laaTws fJiion t<������ tiutnlwilanI ������v  err *Ji<nif*iy nion.fr.uou arrival nf' ('(IW.  t  Vnit  JOHN McLEODS  UAM.Y, KHU1TH.  CffJAUH * TOBACCOS  yoT]('**.'.i .'- ....?.| f,A<,. lUm, ..a ������������������<- tit.l  day uf Dtotint.rr mxt spplleatlnn will lw  nHiln to Hi* .S..prrlii*inti>nt nf Provintial  Pobo**. Vldorla, fnr tits rsoewnl nf the ko.  tel I'oai-i* to aril btranra by relsil in (he  hoM knnwa as tbe P irt Aagaita haUl, ii|  oaUd st Cnmei, B.C. J. R Hotwss,  Tee Chief Com idsslnner ������f Undn  ������o  NOTICK is linri'hy ftivKii tnat on the  first day of P^nilier ii' xl spplir*tl>in will  be aiHils to th������ Muporl. tni.da.it uf I'rnvia*  elnl I'olloc, V'ti'iirla, for tho rcnev.nl uf tht*  hotel liosn n lo aell liqitore hy retai' 11 the  ho ������l known as the Molsuii lioiel, *ituate<l  at. Union Iln v. H.C.        Pm������tu * Hi������tiot������  NUl'K-'K Is hereby givn tint un the  tint day nl I) oetiihor aeit npulioatliiri will  lie mads to ths KiiperfuUuiileiit ol l'r* viuuml  I'oltof, VieWirin, fnr tlie reuswal of lbs ho  Ul IIosum to sail liquors by ra'ail in th  hot'l known as the Ktver.i.ls hutsl, situstnl  at Courtenay, ll,C. 0.11. Pwuaait.  Itstwl tfototier 11, IKtlO.  NOTICK ia hereby glv������n thnt IWd-y  ������ft������r *U*0  1 iutand ta aj^ily bi the Hon.  NOTICE is horoby given that 30  dayH iifier date I inted to apply to  tho Hon. the Chief Commissioner of  LhikIh and Works fnr a licence to  proi-pect for coal und petroleum under the landi. in Xelonn District,  Vancouver Maud, tletcribed af foi*  \on*:~- omtnenoinit at a post  p'atcd on Iho west boundary line of  tlio Md Bayiier* Sound Lease, about  80 chain* from tho northwe������t comer  of Haiti Lease, thfnoe proceeding  i-outh HO chnins, thenre cut 40  cl aiti* moro or lent In I he weat houn������  darv Hue nf Sod ion 1, theuce north  a *  f>5 chain.. fnllowinK said wost lioun*  Hnry line of Seotion 1 tu the north*  west corner of Section 1, thenco weat  20 chaina, thenoe north IA chaina,  tbenee weal 20 chaiur* more or Un  to initial juint.  P. A. CKWW GIBSON,  L l'ri������.'. Au.nt.  Dstvd this Slat day nf 8*pttrabe������, Itia  Evert Westley, of Vancouver, B.C.,,  pla8t6rer,.intende to adply for permission to purchase tho foliowiug  described lands,���������Commencing at a  post planted about 5 miles north  and 2 milea east of the southeast  comer of CL 3358, thence south 80-*  cliains, thence cast 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence west  80 chains, to i,.oia of commence*  went, containing 640 acres, more or  less.  WESTLf EVERT WESTLEY.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT,  District of Coasl, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Ernest At*  kins, of Vancouver, B C, occupa  lion tinsmith, inu-nds to apply for  permi.-.nion to purcluiBo the following deucribod ]andn: Commencing*  at a port planted about 5 milea  north and 2 miles east of the southeast corner of C L 3858, thence  couth 80 chain?, thonce west 80  chains, ihunco north 80 chains,  theuce oast 80 ehains to post of  coinwunceroon:, containiug 640  acrec, niore or leas  ERNEST ATKINS  Dated July 27th, 1910.  JhtUU OoU-rll, 1010.  | NOTICK ta h. r, '.y fine that em tha Irst  it*y t*l l������. r,,<iili*r ������. tt s*pll>**.tlmi ������H|| b������  wind* tn rhe 1ti������*-rin,������i-l'.i.t nl PruiiaoUl  PoU.*, Vtnt.*H������, rVrtba ti pswal of the h'������������  U) but ..���������" .i ���������������!!  i-e-Hiit* hi t*tait to Um  'huf������f ltii>*   i  '*.. Uu X, iu.' "-..Ul. ..UttWai *i  It'HAN," ai.d Imtme Cetntmilaid lintel tOnwi *. fl r Vt/ii.r.ser. ACirrta  at I  pm, roitureting with sutun tr    *    D.iwi i>or.it������������' II, mil).  llSaiOSa. I -���������"        ' hi��������� : ... .  -  Works fur a lioeuae tn |rf������*pe,:t f,.r e ml  aud petrolimtii nndvt tba lsftdii in JtViw"  IHatrwt. Va.ie.m*.r l������Uw) ������mJ Aetetibei  m foll'W������:���������C.iiriui.noitf *t a peat ���������daer*.  mm Umi i.'i tli Ummduty lin*mtib*tild IU j ti������ *  KuMft U������������* bUwI m Kbaina fraes tke sea  abert. i ritwadiug Utsusa t*mm SO mule*,  tba*** w**% 93 cbam*. Utaiws awtsi *���������  chain., th*wee  ,������.������   *jq ^^^  ,��������� ,wu,  mm*. V. (UHKW eilftrtf Iff,  P*r K, I'.wat, ���������������.���������������.  bal><! >tr*'*������l** tl**, mn.      '  NOTICR ieherahy nl������fn thst 80 *iny*  sflor dste I intend te apply tn the Una,  Tha Chief O iotnfr*si..nu of Lands snd  Worta I"* n It ���������,.n������* I. ff.fjvaM f*������ "A. *;  t.t������t*M*nm ander and on tbs lan*ts in MA- I Oaled July ?7th, t������10,  son Dinlriet, Vancouver Inland and dm-  t:rii*d ;������h follow-.:���������Commenoing at  a punt |ila.'wl on the weit boundary  line of thn old lUyiiei Hound Usw,  mI.iiiii hi) clNiiia Iron. Uienotihwert  rorm-r post e������f the Bay nee  Sound  Lenat*. |iro<eHlii,x thence i lon yea id  l.i.ti,.iitry  line  nurtli HAl   chain*  unite or lest l������ the n������*.f th west (urm r  ,,fo! f Ihytiei HouriJ !,<-������-<���������, tierce  nut 45 chains mure nr left to  t. r  <i  COAST LAND DISTRICT,  Diitrict of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOl'ICE that James  Jlowy Fee, of Vancouver, B.C.,  oooupation tuuniler, intends to apt  ply for permlai-ino to purchase the  following tlefcrilud land-: Commencing fit it poet planted about 5  milea north and % mi lee east ol the  Houthoaat corner of CL 3858, tbenee  north 80 ebsinf, thenee eaat %)  etiaim, thenre ar.oth KCacbatffiw.  thenee weit ^Oeiialns In pent ef  eoiiimencemeut, ciontaniing A*J0  tern, mor.- or It-is  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  Ti ���������    .       If *-���������  ... . ,*** . .     ������������������.,,, ..*<.a.r m,  TAKK NOTICE lhai Richard II  I^eeei.nv oj Vancouver, B.C.,Renil������*  u.an, iniat'da to apply for |r#rtni *  sion to pun luue ihe Irdlo'ving He*  'Crrktl la>rvl-*   ���������fun !n#r-.{t**j tt rt  poet ilanted abeu. 7 mi!*������   no-th  nnd 2 n������li**������ #������������������������������ r\i tru siu.lVf-i.et  eottnat of CI, atoH.tl.enc* e.*uth W>  rhains, tlt*wne* aavat M chain*,  i������.*nr-������ rwtftli t*0 thaine. thenn* we*t  ������e*������ 20 rhamr., t������ itrni.nl) ** rhalne, iix pent -dcoutniericamtamt  \\9.ih-rlYA* tvlHMiN.     1 c������H������l*aii.M.t *M*t mrtem, moie of lr*������t  woaii-rn Imundary ul ��������������������������������������� ap|l*d  fnr by C Catew tiirw.u, thet.ct*  ���������������iiiih U) chains, llwur* weat 'ih  liidini, tlwtc* routh M chaina.  tli������*ife  j*. ml.  '- \*er % PrliM, anew.  Datad ^p'.eniUr IW, IDlU.  mrrTArtn n r.EEgox.  limiad inly 27th, Uld  I THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH" COLUMBIA.  I The Molly Gray  ���������s*  A   Girl  Makes  Claim  Good  By CLARISSA   MACKIE  ���������* Copyright, lilio. tiy American 1-Yeas *  "9 Association, 9  ^j..^^.^.HK-^-+-:--!������J*������H-*l*+-M^**H'*l*+  Clarksoti threw aside his pick.  He posted His notice of possession by  laytni; the paper on the newly broKen  ground nnd pluoiuu 11 stone on top to  keep It trom bio winy a wny. Any oue  who jumped thin claim uow niurht expect the wild justice of the mining  camp to he visited upon htm. ���������  As be drew near the camp the thunder ot the stamp mills smote tbe air,  and the blur of smokluu. chimneys  dimmed the eastern sky.  Pete Clurkson'B persistent efforts hna  dogged determination to' find some-  tulntj thnt would enrich blm wiftU'ieii*-  ly to offer Molly Cray a rutnie hud resulted in his atrlkin** what, whs probably the lost vein or the Grent Ootue  ledge.  He stopped once at the bouse of Jim  Gray, su-ierintendent ot the Wreitt  Dome, mid Molly Gray, sweet as u  rose, with pray eyes, brown hatr. pink  cheeks und pink gown, came io the  door.  "How'd you make ont. I'ete?" she  asked, her little brown tiiiDd lost In bis  great enrib stained palm.  "It's the Molly Gray," be said quiet-  ly. thrusting tbe lump of ore tnto der  otber timid.  "Oh. i'ete." she cried Joyfully,  "where?"  "Od Crow ledpe, near Crow rock."  "Where,, we saw tbe sunset tbat  night?"        ��������� i ���������    \ .-..   ,  "Same place."  "What were yon doing there. I'ete?"  8be asked, with dimpling cheeks.  "F'rospectfn'," lie griuued sheepishly  Theu. passing his hand'over his tin-  ���������shorn���������chiUi���������-Ih���������������nodded���������toward���������the.  Great Dome smelter. "I guess it will  be all right uow down there," he said  confidently.  "You know It has always been nil  right with me. IVte," said Molly softly  "I know," lie said soberly. "I'm twin' down now m git out my papers.  I'll stop oo niy way back."  "Haven't .vou ' registered yet?" she  asked anxiously.  "Nope; stopped here Brat thing. (Jot  lier staked nil right, though, and the  namo posfo?j Goin' back there to  make camp. So long: see you later"  And with a hack ward wave of His hand  be loped down toward the registering  Office.  ' Prom the doorway of the cabin at  the hi'iid of the street Molly, holding  n pair of lli'ldgluKses to tier pretty  wyes, watched Dim enter the ollice.  Tben her gaze felt upon the llgure of  n man sprawled upon the rough veranda eticlrcllriK the one roomed lutlMIng,  A wide lit'l tn rued hut was drawn over  Ids eyes, uiul to all appearances be was  lost In sluiiilior.  Molly  looked  nt  tho open   window  over the man's head and calculated i  that IT  Pete (Tnrksnn iiiiniumi-ed  his j  discovery In his usual lilull, henriy tie-  ������*t������uta It eouhl I'i'iiillly be berud liy the  mun on riit* veraiiila If lie were awake  nnd  llsti'iiltiu, nnd If It should prove ;  to  he   Huve   l.iunly.   who   was own  brother to Jim   l.umly, the registrar  ot claims,  why, then. Pete Chirksou !  vou It) hnve u nice for his claim, thai  was nil.   She remembered the case of  Allan   Smith,   ihw   young   prospector j  from the eust  who mude a timl 11 ml  Btuhoil tils cnitm.   Keforo he could reg- \  inter It uiul ret urn to tlu* wette Dave  J.iiinly hnd news of the Iind und hnd |  jumped iln. ii,iiiii,    Wiih his Ijioilii-r  to buck hit tine io It  l.itiuly hud de- I  lied Hie KlierllT nnd  Ills posse to oust i  blm.    Voinii. stun ii imd sliot himself, ,  and. utter nil, the mine luul proved ;  ���������worthless.  All, iti.* Bi-.iiiiin|i.[)f ope arose slowly,  stretched IiIhim.ii, k.oU u careful mir*  vey nt Un' Hir.'i'i: tlieti, with u swift  Movement, it'tipi'it luni the snililli' ot it  walUuu *".rt.'l unit rodo out Hlack lime  Ht wns lm*..' I.uuiiy.  I'resi-iill.v siii- hiiw IVte oiiierge frmn  'thu ri'gimi'y "Iti'f and cross ihe hir.*.*t  to the ������KNi>i*r*i. With Miihlen eiu-rg.v  ebe n-i'iiiereil the hoime, Hcrllitiliil it  few linen ttifnriiii'.*. I'.'ie of her where  ������������������bruit* tti i/i^i* An- niiild uul Und lilm.  ipliitii'il the noic to tin front door, mui.  ���������died her Hill.* mnre liuisj. iiioiii.t.M  ntul diflnit d.itvti tin- street townrd the  OSmij .iili...  "IVte ''liirlt'-'it.'.'" repented Itrowii-  jtng. "Jum left hero for dowu Uta  ,*>, ui..  "tc he "n'������i>������ Mri* tell htm to uo up  to onr place. Tliere's a uieaHiigu for  blm. Will you tell hlm7" she liu*ulr������d  Airesitliiro.*-)).  "fcurw ihlim, Mlfta Moll*/," In* anld  ���������heartily; then he watched her^ dl**!1*'  i*val    ������ -     -'---.,     ������������������'���������'- '     -A    "'  upon ihe short nu tlirougb ibe ennyou  lo Crow iiii'iiiitiiii)' Tlie aflerniMUi aun  abotie on her lintlcPK bend ami tho  light wind flurteriil tier pink aklrta ������s  tbe Mile inn re broke Into a gflllup  Once *h*������ drew rein and wok a swift  mrer-v of rhe ������v.i������r*-rrv  Mile nfter tuii.' the iiiare covered.  ���������TrrarriMln:.' up ������.te.'P tiiUatdea nnd all'l-  Ing r.i *u.**.*.ty di.wn ttie ���������tn|M*a at'Uijr,  ���������with liirmlriR eyes, arid mnprewaed Up*.,  wateb.il f-.r ll.e renptwuraiw-e of ttt*  aorrel Horse and Un aliwrhliirr rtiter.  l.*jmly. issktnc advantage ������f 'be lnf.,r-  fMtloli Uf ll.'d j-IPflW*' *1 "tw rrtatttl  offli-t*.  tri.tit'l r*.r't,ivr. Veil*'* nliike. aiili  etlrut* ��������������������� of bt* own and clnim p"*  ���������anion of fhe Molly ������f������y. it ahe ������wiid  eeJy reach Crow rock iiefore !���������������������-������  latBtr *b* wvetd fight  wnn all itw  I Oerceness of old .Mm Gray himself foi  the possession of her lover's rtsillts.  Molly   ri-owiied   us   she   thought  all  I these tilings uver, anil ever*.* uow and  | tl.wi she itiiiiHi and lookinl lm.-k along  the trail foi some sign ut the approiK-h  ol   I'ele  t'luiksoll.     lt   tie   rel ui'lied   to  the cabin, as tie had inieuded doing, he  would tint! Uet iii.ie. c,  WH ti heart tieniliii* in rime to the  iiiutiled tnun ot D.-usy's boots, she drew  rem on llie i-rest ot the ledge iind  looked iil.oiit tor have l.iiinly. bill he  was not tu sight, antl with resumed  L-ontideiiee she cnnieied along tlie narrow, uneven mill to Crow nick.  When she i-oiiiideil the i-o.*k the sorrel was nlppim- Hi., piir.'tietl turt and  l.umly. on  his knees,  wus stiithiig u  plei-e  iif -white   pnper   llllo   111"   po.-Uet.  His -tun-k wns townrd b.-r, and he hnd  doiihiless iinsi.-iketi rhe' ri-ead of her  horse for the ti-ninpling or his own  beast,  "Look here. I in ve l.tuut.v'"  Lunily jumped to his feet and looked into tin* tmi-rei ot n revolve^ leveled  with cool  precision.  "You git outer my way. young ludy."  be sn.-irlerl defiantly, making u movement to grasp her bridle rein.  "Stop there or I'll tire:" sho said  calmly.  "What do you wnnr?" he growled,  looking tu her out of steiiltby red eyes.  "I want you to pui that paper buck  In the bole." she commanded sharply.  "Aud If 1 don't?" he griuued savagely  "Why. lf you don't." she said, with  a calculating glance, "I believe I'll just  bore your right arm!"  'The devil you will! It seems to me  you ure pretty highty tiglity. miss."  "Are you going to do that?" she  asked.  "Oh, sure: of course 1 couldn't refuse  a lady." he snid, taking the paper from  his pocket with tits right bund and furtively reaching with his left around to  his hip.  ���������'Your left band up!" she commanded ngnln.  With it mnrtered oath be swung bis  arm aloft. The sorrel borse drew near  nnd thrust an Inquiring nose toward  his master Witb-a quick movemeni  l.umly .held "out .the paper, the sorrel  caught it between his lips, and lu au  |       Af, UNPLEASANT TASK.  | Which Fads to ths Lot of England**  Lord Chamberlain.  J   She   (horror-stricken)���������"Hint's   my  .tv-xv summer lint in the chair there.  J Whut are you doing, George?"  I" He (iiii'ekly|���������"I'm   sitting   on  tyle, Mary."  the  Still Knocking  Mrs. Stubbs���������"John, this health  magazine states thut more bachelors  take Turkish baths than married  men."  !    To   the   Lord ' Chamberlain   of   the'    Mr. Stubbs (smiling)���������"Well,-that's  i-Inglish court is ltwrustc-ul the delicate i.uotliiug   extraordinary.     Marin,   you  and certainly unpleasant   mission   of i know that there's lots of'married-men  ', quietly   intimating' to  men   and   wo- ; whose wives keep them in 'hot water'  l.ien, sometimes ol the highest rank, 'ni* o1" thn time."  ! tl.'U their presence at court and  at  ; entertaiu.iients which royalty may at  tend is no longer welcome.  These intimations' are not necessar.  ; ily the result-of any public scnndal  They are sometimes a manifestation  of roynl disapproval of conduct and  of indiscretions thut aro known to re-  Intively very few. It is in this way  thnt King George and Queen Mnrv,  like Ivhvnr.i VII and Queen 'Alexandra'in the previous reign,* may be said  to police unobtrusively,. English society.  Queen Alexandra took a far more  active part in* this than is generally  known. True,-she is reluctant at all  time* to believe wrong of anyone, and,  differing from Queen Victoria, has h j ~ "    :  hatred for gossip. For the old Queen I A-"������ oil That' is Famous.���������Though  used to delight in knowing.everything j Canada wns not the birthplace of Dr.  that was going ok in society, and in*������������������ Thomas' Kclectric Oil, it is the home  boing kopt thoroughly posted bv her i oi that famous compound. Prom here  Indies in waiting. But once Queen i its' good tinme was spread to Central  Alexandra hnd her attention drawn I "d South America, the West Indies,  to conduct, of which she disapproved, j -Vustrnlia and New Zealand. That is  she becume adamant in her refusal to !'"���������*" ������n>*d *no������.!rh to attest its exeel-  hold any further intercourse with the jlence. for in nil these countries it is  person in question. '  | on sale and in demand.  There are  plenty  of things  which  A well-known banister, although  "osscssed of ������ suave voic.% and n stnte-  i ly manner, nevertheless hnd a way of  j Ivnri'is down the foe with almost siiv-  use wit. Once in court, he had to follow counsel for tho prosecution, who'  hnd delivered his remarks in vory  loud tones. "Now that the noi'se in  curt hns subsided," murmured the  barrister. "T will��������� tell your lordshin  in two sentences, the gist of the case."  never reach the ears of the.public,  which never get into court, but which.  nevertheless, are sufficient to bar people from  court.  For instance, what may be described  ns social conspiracies, "romances" in  which money is allowed to play a  part, neglect payment of debts of honor, the social promotion of undesir  able people in 'return for cash, etc.,  all sooner or later���������generally sooner ���������  reach the ears of the King, and of his  entourage, and, the result is that th-1  names of the offenders are removed  ��������� by.the I>ord Chamberlain from whnt  may be described as the royal visit.,  ing list.  "Miss Giddny," hesiii Mr. Timmid,  "I thought to propose "  "Reallv. Mr. Timmid!" hterrUDted  Miss Gidday. "I'm sorry, hut "  "That we have some iee-erenm "  "Oh, T should ba delighted to  tako ������  BEADY FOB USE  IN ANY QUANTITY  For making SOAP, softening water, removing old j,,.  paint, dUinfecting sinks, <M  closets and  draina  and  for many other purposes.  A can equals 20 lbs..Sal J|  Soda.     Useful  for five  hundred purposes.  Sold EVeryttihir*  E. W. Gillett Co- Ltd.  Toronto, OnU  GILLETTS  * PERFUMED  MADE,   irjtl  CANADA  "Pome    otl*e*-    evening  weather is warmer."-  when   the  When the lobe has been stretched !  to its utmost capacity .jtibecomes the \  receptnclo ol   mimy   strtinge things, :  such ns plugs of wood, rings of horn  or of ebony; occasionally n can or t.  gallipot will be found in it.   The wo- i  men wear ������ curiods ear ring, as* well j  ns   a   necklace   made   of   iron' wire. ;  These coils of iron wire resemble tha J  firework known as a Catherine wheel, \  |    Woman's ear rings are of grent con- (  I sequence, for no woman ventures to i  ! hnve them off .luring tho husband'.!!  j lifetime.   Should sho happen to take i  : them off while doing her work  she j  i would, on the approach of hor hus- ;  ! hnnd, run into tho hut nnd resiim***) i  them, so that he would not see her ;  without them.    11 the husband went j  ! away from home she would not von- i  i turo to take her cur riny;s off (or fenr j  other men   should   see   hor   without j  ' tliem.  NOTHING IS TOO QUEER  To Be  Placed   In the Oistjnded Ear  Lobes of a Masai Belle.  Among certain tribes in British East  Africa  an  enormously  distended  ear j  is one of the surest signs ol beauty !  oTtie^l.T5flTOr"itrfel^  mass of pulp.    Lumly laughed exult-  iu������ly  Molly Cray whitened about the lips.  "Other band up!" she commanded  shortly.  The mnn obeyed.  "Turn your buck and walk toward  me." Then, as be hesitated; she added  contemptuously, "Dou't be afraid I'm  not union to shoot you tn the back."  He turned sullenly and bucked slowly up to the mare's side. With uiir/.zle  pressed close to tils shock of rouub  hair she ulistrueted the six shooter  from his belt nnd ascertained that  there'was no other weapon The mun  trembled sIlKtuly. lt was a pesky dun-  Uerous ttiitiK to huve a woman fooiiuy  with a revolver. One never knew  whut-  "Now walk forward twenty Pieps  und don't turn; lf you do It will be for  the hist timer Molly did not recou-  nlze her own sweet voice In the tlnu  tones thut cut tbu air like the lush or  ii whip.  Tin* mnn obeyed. When, nt her word  of (.'ma inn nd. hu faced nhout, the feet  of the little mnre were unthered In the  hole In the jii'iiiuiil, and her rider, with  sblnltiK '.'.vi's and brmht, ������lnd ainlle,  looked ut lijm dowu thu length of his  own Hlx.alKMiier.  "In tlfteen tnlmites at the Intent  IVte Cliirkson. Mill llodixes und the  Hherin* will strike this led������B. I tidvlse  you, Duve Lumly, If ynu vultie yuur  life, to prospect around Cartertowu  wny tor tl few yonra. The rrnil Is  plnlu; ihero's your horse, and I'm Klv-  Iikj yoti a chnnee"  l.utnly loiilted hack down the trail,  Si'vernl linrseiiieii were ndlnu rnpidiy  up Crow iii'i'U Imli.un    There wns ti  till Ml)  111 MllllllUllt  Oil   III.'llll.  With ii muttered curw ho rtirnnd to*  ward nin horse "You'll pay for this  holdup, uirl," he said ilii-eiitenlnu'iy  "It rt mu n holdup; It's u bold down,"  retorted Molly wiui'lly  A* l.iiiiny illMiip|ii*nred nnionu the  dlniiiiit weKiern Hlupos ilin'e tmui rodo  iiindiy down the trull und rounded  Crow mi'l. in a cloud ot dust mid a  H.-iiiii-i* iii ti.vtnix hi.mes Molly Cray,  with treinhllim UpM. sullied upon them  "WlH'te la lie/" dmiiniidi'd IVtn,  while the other mon looked uiiitiliiuli'd  di������n|i|Miiniiiienl uud adiiilniiiiiii upon  preliy Molly  She |niltii������l inward Ihe west, where  ii solitary lioraciiiiiu was sllliuiieitoil  inmlimt thi' innlier sunset sky ������ru it  dri.|i|n'd lioliltid a dlKtiiiit hill.  ������������������Su yon lei tho critter uol" uttered  the *.ii������'riu* ruefully  I'ete tonked at her qneatlunlnsly.  "I     Ultln  l     WItIII      llllMHlKlMII    OU     VI U������  ro. n,   l'*.,*;"  ml.**   .���������.������������������lyllii-il   In   n   low  lOlie  A lisrht of nndeminndlDB rnma Into  ht������ eyiti. He noddtvt lUa hemt.  "Tha*f'*oll rlRlu. KliwrirT.   I mieaa ihnt  rri-ftr,    iritn't    IttTTW    Mil   lll.ire   ClnimS  hen'titMiiiia, I rwkoii."  "Wlwre la your Hiilm. VeteT' naked  Hnwkea. looklnut curiously around  "Here tf la." I������in������rp<ilnie<1 Molly,  blnshlns. "Ho ea������ Jnmi'ln-cU wiien"-  "And you alood blm off'/" i-lmriiaed  the men  She uiMlded urnvety, "lie fen the j  patwr to iti������������ horse, tm I iieiil inm up, I  ami imw I'm u.ildini* down Hie cinim j  mjiMf" J  -I d-iri*t iindorstanil." snld 1!<w1i**������s  bllndlj  "IUi������,   ymi   a*"*."   fiilterf.1  ���������a'lixr ivtr {���������rttiiM-d faun*.'.'* mmm, net. I on Um* line.   Owing to the train run  "I'm   ���������������*.*���������  clalm-ihar   la    lm   Molly j ni"* *>���������������?!? ���������!.**'.''"'������   b f*..*A.  Tbi!  Crny. nud I'm hotdlns riotvr. 'he ptmm  lr'������ mm Molly iJrujr. to.t rinnw." ������tw������  atril.I    ottppintf down   tnun   rhe  airarfrfi..  tin* iu iii,t������iivti-tin*ii aim, ot tret tax*, i  St.: Isndore". P.O., Aue. 18, 1904. ,i  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., Limited..;  Gentlemen.���������I have'frequently- used  MINARD'S LINIMENT unci also pre-;,  scribed it for my pntient** always with .  the most gratifying results, and I consider., it the best all-round Liniment;  extant. ,     ]  Bedouin* and Water.  It Is not unusual to hear u Bedouin  upou H'Ufhltii*, a camp where water is  offered him refuse it with the reiinirk.  "1 diuiik ouly yesterduy." Ou the  Hedouins' long inarches across dry  i-outitries the sl/.e or the wuter skins Is  nicely calculated to just outlast tbe  journey, nud they rarely allow themselves to break the butiit of abatetul-  otistiess. as ibis would be sure to make  their next water fast all the harder  They lire accustomed from lufaticy to  regnrd wnter as a most precious commodity und use lt with religious economy. They know every hollow and  nook iu the .mountains where water  amy tie found. Their camels and miats,  wblcb .they take wltb them, on their  mnrches to supply them witb milk and  meat, live principally on the scanty  hei'lmge tmd foliage of-tbe thorny mimosa. Neither meu nor auitiiiils driuk  moie tbau once in forty-eight hours.  No wonder they can subsist "where In-'  vadet-s quickly perish.  A Slight Burdsn  ���������ies,  I think a'great deal of  He-Y  i?self..  She���������I've noticed that   you   never  seem to have much on your inind.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  "Is it true that Piker is financially  embarrassed?".  "He is awfully in debt but it does  not seem to embarrass him-at-all."  In thirty years there has never,  been one of Wilson's Fly Pads sent  out that would not kill flies in immense quantities, if in the first place  the, flies were in the house, and if  the housekeeper followed the directions and got them to the Pads.  Her Father���������Blanche, why-  Mr. Linger go home eailier?  Blanche���������I'm why, dad.  doesn't  Yours truly,  DR.' JOS.  AUG. SIROIS.  Mice That Subsist on Scorpions.  Among the queer forms of animal  life that inhabit l>eatb valley Is a  mouse that has acquired sucb a taste  for scorpions that they form Its entire bill of fare. The scorplou curries  Its formidable armament iii the end  of 'Its'slender, elongated nhdouien in  When going away from home, or at  any change of habitat, he is a wise  man who numbe rs among his belong,  ings a bottle of Dr. 3. D. Kellpgg's  Dysentery "Cordial. Change of food  and wnter in some strange place where  there ure no doctors may bring oh an  attack of dysentery. He then has a  standard remedy at. hnnd with which  to cope with the disorder, and forearmed lie can successfully fight the  ailment and subdue it.  "Well,- thank goodness you've never  I    He���������"Why not give me your reply;  now?   It is not fair to keep me in;  suspense." j  I    She���������"But think of the   time   you;  have kept me in suspense!" .  really wants to lead her "set" spares  herself neither pain nor inconvenience to achieve the sort of ear which  fashion dictates. One of the, favorite^  methods employed ��������� is to pierce the"  lobe of the ear and insert a small  wedge made of wood. Gradually this  hole is enlarged by the introduction of ,  thicker pieces of wood, until it is laree ! There are millions of packets of j  enough to tecoive n stone with a <t Wilson's Fly Pads sold every year,,  groove running round it. These stones land every Pad will kill every fly that-:  vary in size, out the ultimnte result is ; drinks the poisoned liquid from it,  the transformation of the lobe into a ��������� A    -��������� ' ���������       .      ���������  rounded, cord-like loop, which in the Perhaps time is money because it j  black enrs of these men and women . manages to slip away.so fast." i  looks like u rubber hnnd.   Among the |    , ���������  !  Masai women the full-sized ear is coti-'j ,*���������_,_ \{\on\ woman is one who sue-1  side-red to hnve been attained when : ce0-\H jn concealing her imperfections, j  the cutaneous ring on one side wiU ���������>  ; ,  \  meet its follow over thc crown of the ,    Mrs     Henp(lck _ ������You>  money'!''  "No; hut I've, seen people run after  ���������t-be^hupe^if^njexce*^^ people who. have  hooked sting.    When disturbed It elevates this In the air and goes in search _    .  of Its dlsturuer.    But it Is compara- | >'ou bp0iu,fie >'ou didn't hnve money.'  lively slow in Its motions, wtille mice ] -    .    .  nre proverbial for tbelr quickness the  world uver.   The mouse learned many   T������T_TA1-T  generations  iisro'. whore  the  scorplou j INDIAN  curries lis weapon, iind when he meets j  ll   he lenps tit  the uplifted abdomen, I  inkes .iff the sritignt a single litre and  proceeds to miike u nionl of tils help- i  less prey,    It   Is supposed  to  be tbe'!  only ntiimal that relishes scorpions.  Chnrles, i  what's that noise down thore?" ;  ������������������Mri Honpock���������"1  trout, my    dour, i  thnt I may full down tho cellar stairs!  if 1 wish to, i  The Terrapin.  The termpin dve*. mutely upon crabs.  He novel ems his food. Inn holts it.  His favorite iidt.lt lm the crab's claw,  which he swallows whole witb the  Uieulest relish.  DR.    MORSE'S   ROOT    PILLS  Ouro many common ailments which  are very different, but which all  ni'iso from the same cause���������a sys* .  -tern clogged with impurities, The  Pills cause the bowels to move  regularly, strengthen and stimulate the kidneys and open up the  pores of the skin. Those organs  linmodinf-ely, throw off tho accumulated impurities, ntul Biliousness,  Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Kid-  ney Thoublos, Headaches, Rheumatism, and similar ailments vanish.  Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills  SAVE  DOCTORS'  BILLS  Suffragette Throws Pollcsman.  A .prni'ticnl tent of suffragette jiu-  jitsu hns taken plnco between Mr*.  Cnrru-I, nn evpert in tho Japanese art,  ami a p.illci.in.iri, Mrs. Unrrud is one  ..J the oriiniii'/.'rs of thn wotnnn alb*  h-ti-s' brnsu*!) nl the Women's Freedom  Loiiirtto, nud hor object is to make  jiu-jitsu un additional weapon of wo-  iniin's light lur the vote. A police,  nmn good tuitiir.-illy incrood tu tost  lier. Ilo weighed thirteen stones, but  fnr a'good low minuti's ho could not  uot a Ki-ip ot tho woman, who standi  but (our f *ol ton inches. Then suddenly the thing hnpiieiiod. In a (lash  tlm woman ("II cm Iwr hack, with tbu  iniis-ivo 'xiIio.miiiiii towering above her. >  Cp idiot her loot to moot his diaphragm, lier little nrtiis strained,  nnd ns ho pulled against himsoK tho  iu*in ln������t Iih balance, swirled over  her head. In 1<-������h than ten ������ct>i.*'i<l-i ;  the suffrnwtie hnd thrown the *������oWoe- j  man. Five minutes Inter, when he  riueo mete coiidescondeil to stand uj>-  riitht, the pu/.������l..il |Kilicuitinii iigain  carefully r'gurdo.l .Mrs, (inrrud, Con*  templ.itlvoly ho scrati'lied bin hen I,  "If thnt had 'happened on the jmve*  ,,,,,,.   ;.. '.     '   ,,'','   ","������   ,,'������   nollfa '  fnree wiutl.l lw nru* man ahort At tbi* :  Hiotlioill,    lie atllU. , ,  Hu;������  Fotill Found.  An Intercntlng discovery of the te*.  sUi?,ed roniitiiia of nn extinct monster  .....nntlv Tiinitf nt Mlltlnlev,  N.tS.W. Tin* niiirnnrs linrkiHiiiu inea*-  ���������iind eightwon feel, while the bone* <d  the leg nienstired ninn itichei. through.  Tlio llml wn* ���������cut to the Sydney Mn-  nouni, where it wa������ atudird by Dr.  \tiiler������ntt, who mild lin lutd come to  tlie coneluMon ihnt the reiiintrin worn  tti.i e of n Dipri.ttixlon, atre* ago ej*  unci,  j Tritd to Wr*tK Train.  A M>riou*   aneniiit   wn������   made   ro.  ���������j eer.tlv to   areck   the   |������������rjilinK   mail  f frnin ������t Mandal tlbat. Indm.   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POSTAGE PREPAID;  I  The original of this irri������������t pnlnting, by Luke 1-ildon, Iihiius ui the lato (.alio  e by iNiiiulnr ������ul**t*ri|ilion "I th. i.rlU*h P*oph' *i,*vet htm btn*h depicted n  isions ol pnilosaiiinal iiuiUy, inabrniil ffriVf. fatherly Impolnlnowi or oluldis  ��������� .-.* .. * i % ,1 __^ _   . a     ll. ..^_... _     tmi     il.o     aaida.Bal.l'���������'     .mm.. .-.4      aai^.a.1*^     a!     iiatl  Tali) Callory, in London, plnood  * 1 more powerfully tno ox*  ity,  lllilt'TTlill Rrioi, Tiinieriy   iiii|������'niiiie*������s  ur  cmidisil  lltdplesHiioii'i.    It  ia  the moat human of tha world'������ un-nt works ol nrt.  ,, ���������, ,���������.��������� ......  i'.....lflnif iiiudern rnechnniciil pro-fro1.*, niiiki'* It posxililo lo pul this work of  nrt into tWliulid* of'tbe public at thi** nofiiuiHl enm.  THE ART STORE PRIOE OF THII  PICTURE  WOULD  BE  12.60.  then  prow     . ... .  really ������* well its fl-tftintlively  PICTORIAL PRESi,  Box last.  Winnipeg.  Kncl.iM'd And S* e������nti lor winch ph*n������o lur-Aurd l.y lifrt ni.iit oik v|>y *,'.( j-.ioture untitle.? "Tha  fWr<v������ ��������������� Youra truly.  Name *   Ahlre������������,  A COPY OF THIS PICTURE IS ON VIEW AT THE  PUBLICATION OFFICE OF THIS PAPER  AND CAN BE OBTAINEO FROM THE EDITOR FOR THE SAME PRICE, Ifc CENTS.   ' ..THE   NEWS.   CU^BERIAND,. .BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  AUXILIARIES in COOKING  PERHAPS   because ours Is   such a:  hlg (and such  a new!)  country,  we are disposed to take what we .  call large views ot all aspects of  Ufe.    jVs a  natural  sequence,   we  despise the day of small things consistently    and     constantly..    The'    negro  preacher's comment upon the tiny casket brought to  him for burial ��������� "Too  small   to  be arguln'  over!"���������is applied,  in     substance,    by    housemothers    to  scores ,,of   auxiliaries   in   cookery   that  ���������take���������high���������rank���������with���������our-friends"ovei>-i  the water. -'*������������������-,  Three   correspondents ��������� two  of  them  mon���������have written  of  their disdain  of  "frills"   in  the  family  menu.- According to these Daniels who; sit in judgment   upon   dainty   accessories 'to   the  "wholesome  .everyday   fare    thnt  wns ,  good enough for our fathers and moth-;  ei-s." what they 'branl as "fancy cookery" is a step In,tho downward path ot -,  ���������sinful    luxury  which    leads   surely  to  national  ruin,  There is but one way of converting  these'skeptics from the manifest error  of their ways, and that is to make ���������  siich wise use of "frills" as to lure  them fmidually ' Into, first, tolerance,  then Inm enjoyment of our Improved  methods. For example, one mnn I  , know hnd never tasted a mushroom  until his wife served them up In ��������� pntea ���������  for his Sunday-night supper. In the nb-  Mi-nct, h������ had condemned tliem 11s  "fungi, only fit for flnlcal fools ��������� and  Fiencniiic.i," ' '  So cunningly dlsguls-'il were the fungi  with n flnvorcius white sauce, nnd bo  exquisitely seasoned, thnt the unknown  delicacy appended forthwith'to his pal-  ntp. After lie hnd eaten the aeeond  pate, his wife snld, "Do ymi_ know  what you hav-* hod for supper? And  how do you like it?"  He answered both questions nt once!  "Not the faintest Idea! .But I never  tHHted anything better in my Iff*./"*  Belnc, In the main, a fnlr-mindoa  ninn. ho wnn open to conviction.      ���������  1 wish there wero more %.iorme or  like temper, t wish yet moro eni-noet-  ly that 1 could win John's wife to a  rlrrht valuation of tho "unconsidered  trifles" Indispensable to her sisters  who are hotter trained In the finer  brunches   of   cookery,     I    serioualy  doubt  If tnere  is  a  trifle  tn    God'a  wonderful world.  "Think nought a-,trifle,   though   it  small appear; }  Small sands the mountain, moments  make-the year.".-.'.,���������'  It may seem a far cry from Young's  satire to breadcrumbs. vl Yet no.  further than a grain of sand from a  mountain. One of the delightful ���������  Holabird sisters in Mrs. Whitney's  "We Girls" says that in her mother's  kitchen there was nothing in the way  of bread-left after/breakfast, between a loaf and crumbs. That is, no  scraps and crusts and "heels or  loaves." Our canny housemother is  of the same way of- thinking and  acting. ' She has two kinds of breadcrumbs in the covered glass jars on  the pantry shelf." Those designed to  supply the foundation for puddings,  and in the:winter for griddle cakes  dubbed "Grandpa's Favorites," are  made by setting; stray slices and half  slices1 In.. Un open oven for five minute's or, so, just long enough to dry  them out without coloring. These  are crushed under the rolling-pin and  stored. If not so dry as the practiced  eye and touch agree they should be  to keep well, she returns them to the  oven after rolling, stirring them up  several times to heat them into light-,  ness.      -���������   ,.' --..  Crumbs that are  to be  sifted over  J3rjiis_i^jmea4ji^^r^in__j^^  croquettes  ana   the  like   are   to.   be  rolled after dipping them In egg, are'  shut up In the oven until very lightly browned.. A scorched crumb Is a  spoiled atom, unsightly to ,the eye and.*  bitter-to-.-the  taste.    Burned   crumbs  ,are as flies In the apothecary's ointment.    ,'���������'..  Croutons  I, have a lively recollection of my,  disappointment, when in answer to  my order at a fashionable, hotel for  ���������'.'clear soup with croutons,", I was  served with a plate of amber-colored  ���������liquid, on the surface of which bobbed  a dozen dinner biscuits. Nice and  crisp, and good in their, place.   '  "But hot: cioiitunsl". I  complained to  the  waiter,    He  smiled   lh   a  superior  fashion,    "That is what we call them,  , mndam."  Nor are croutons toasted bi*oa.d-d|ee,  buttered or plain, ' dropped Into the  soup, just as It is sorved. Well enough-  in their wav, and "that Is what same  cooks call tliem." They lack the' crisp  dellclonsness of the'genuine'article.  Cut stale, dried bread with a sharp  knife Into cubes 0? uniform size, sot In  the open oven for a few minutes and  fry verv quickly In boiling fnt to n fine  golden yellow, Flsh tliem out as faRt  ns they gain thlelstvulc and lay in a hat  colander to drain off every particle of  fat. Set back In tlie oven, until you  nre sending* the soup to table. Drop  ���������thom upon each plateful, It Is a blunder  to let them sonk there, Some accomplished housewives sond them around  with the soup on a hot dlBh, each eater  helping himself, A second's swim In tho  savory bath Is all that the crouton requires. : _ . , '  Croutons a la Royale  Strictly speaking, thane belong to the  fuls of hot water; let it get lukewarm  and work it into the dough, faithfully  and long.   Tho alkali will put the *icld  down and out.  , Caramel  Put half a thipful of sugar Into *  saucepan anil heat to bubbling over the  Are. shaking as lt melts and heats, but  not stirring. When It has browned into  a coffee-colored foam add a cupful of  boiling water from the. teakettle and  stir until yon have a clear, rich brown  liquid. Strain through cheesecloth and  bottle. It will oolor soups and gravies  finely and keep for some weeks jh --  cold rxlace. .Be careful not to use enough  to sweeten as well as color. A flna  daze Is produced  upon iced chocolate  cakes, or upon gingerbread, by boiling  down0a little caramel to'a thick syrup  and washing the cake with it,  ��������� To Giecz* a.Roast  Dip a little of the gravy from the  dripping pan; set ln ice to throw the  fat to the top. Take this off; set the  gravy over the nre and bring to a slow-  boil. Meanwhile, make a roux In a  frying-pan jprjth a tablespoonful of but-  noodle tribe, although often passing  under another name. Heat half a cupful  of mi'lkiiri  a/saucepan,   adding\_  "fiTncfTot soda to-prevent curdling. Make  a "rdux" .|)i a frying-pan by cooking  together a tablespoonful of butter wllh  two of flpur. When it is smooth pour  in the milk, gradually, stirring all the  tlmt. Now add half a cupful of souu-  stock and, when you have cooked one  minute, a well beaten egg. Jjastly, add  flour to.make a thick batter; cook anil  stir for a minutt and pour out upon a  plattera It should be a (quarter-inch  thick. Cet It get very cold and cut  Into smalLoblongs with i. jagging Iron.  Set on ice until you are ready to'life  them. Drop into the soup one minute  before taking the latter from the lire.  ,It must not boil after the cubes go ln,  .Rice for Curry  'Wash the rice twice, and drain before  dropping It into plenty of boiling salted  wnter. Allow two quarts of water to a  cupful of rice, Boll fast for twenty  minutes, never stirring, The only time  a spoon should touch cooking rice Is  when you take out a few grains and  bite into thom to determine whether  they aro done or not, They Rhould be  tender but not broken, and each sratn  stand alone, puffy and distinct from the  rest, If they are tender, ilruln without  stirring, and set the colander containing  tho rice in an open ovt-n or nt the hack  of the range, as you would boll potatoes���������to dry off into mealiness. Serve  In ������n uncovered deep dish,' In helping  out the curry, a portion of rice should  be put upon the heated pinto and the  curry be heaped upon the rice,  A toothsome accompaniment to curry  I" Ice-cold bii im nim. (<*ie Is served to  each person whole. With a silver frult-  knlfe the eater removes the skin from  Iho eiiinpd fnJt nn-' Hike " nt ������*,'i  Tne cool  fragrance la a grateful relief  from th* pungency* of the curry.   This  is an East Indian fashion, and a pleas \  jint. J_,   "~       Dripping-  Urease should never be thrown Int*  the sink. It clogs the pipes, and It Is  too useful to be wasted. The really Intelligent frugal housemother utilizes  every drop of the fat which she skims  from soups and gravies. Globules of  fat floating upon soup are a swift witness to slovenly cookery. When practicable, let soup-stock stand for twelve  hours before preparing It for table  use. It takes all that time to throw  to the top the slow-rising oils escaping  through the liquid. , Collect every'flake  and try out over the fire at your leisure  by putting' it into a saucepan with a  cupful of hot water, letting all simmer  for a few minutes, then setting the  saucepan In cold water for some hours.  The impurities left in the fat will sink  to the bottom of the water and the  coagulated oils be left comparatively  pure. Take off and keep In a covered  crock for future use, Unless -it has  been used for frying flsh, the same drippings may be used more than once, unless It has been allowed to scorch.  Then It Is good for nothing except for  greasing wagon wheels,  Judicious management of drippings  will mako a marked difference in bills  for lard and butter In the course or a  year.  If n tablespoonful of vinegar bo stirred  Into tho hot water In which Is "tried  . out" the dripping left after frying flsh,  or thn fat rising on water In which mutton hns been hotted, it will measurably correct the strong taste and render  It fit for future use.  Clarified Buttsr  If, after working over suspicious or  very salt butter In Iced wnter to which  a little soda Is added, tho butter be  ere J" ssz  *C&*/-M??ez~.  m**?*]? {?&Sft������/$r SS? m&es/sggr f&7<- f/*.  , !<#  "strong," and not salty, do not correct  the taste; stir a teaspoonful of baking  soda Into n pint of warm water nn.l  put over the Are with a pound of butter. Bring to a gentle bubble and keep  this up foi* a minute. Plunge the snu.-e-  pan Into Iced water and let the butter  collect In 11 firm mass before touching  It. Then work over in clear, very cold  water,  To Sweeten Sour Bread  If, In warm weather, a batch of bread  dough give out a sour, iter!.' odor when  you begin to knead It for the linal  rising, do not ilesnnlr. It Is nuinaing  hnw few articles of food are really and  lrrefr'evahl}' ruined. Mix nn even teaspoonful of Baleratus In four, tablespoon-  ter and two spoonfuls of Browned flour.-  Stir thla Into itv gravy and cook tive  mlnutos, or until lt Is thick and snnoth.  Wash the roast with this after the final'  basting and l.rovvn for a few mlnutos  nefo������> serving,  If vou wish to iwrvo 11 boiled ham  cold, remove tha skin dexterously and  set the hnni In a brisk oven. 1*1 vet  minutes thereafter wash with "glare'  based upon the liquor In which tin* In.in  was bol'oil, mul HM over It thickly ��������� .-i-v  flno hraiviifld breadcrumbs, The 'feet  Is ole������"lrif,',  THE   HOUSEMOTHERS'   EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  rttaCAVSH! of the enormotii  Aj iiwiiiJirr of letters sent to llm  Kxcltmtgr, I must ttsk contributors to limit their continual-  01,1,0111, to uiiv Imiuirul tenuis, ex*  ecitl tn eaucs ef formulas or realties tvhivli require greater */i������o������.  / it-'Onf ull av ivrrr������*iumh'iitt to  hnve a thawing in the Corner,  und if tug rctiitctit in thit retpevt  it t'omp.lrri 1WU1, tf telll be poiii*  bit to print net nn "tore lot(erf,  THIS foregoing has eapceliil refer*  ence   to   communication*   that  , waste apace and timo in dli* .  era ������l**f. upon unimportant mat*  ten, or In Ions explanation! of Wi������  t,*.���������<���������������>��������� that moved the writer! to  addreaa Iho Kxchunge, Hours are  thrown away by editor and socroinrlcs  tn panwdng letters of five, nix or aavon  jiagoa of unimportant detull������ and private memoron.n, Hint i-iiiinot iln.I r  room In a department where the chief  1 Jeut la to mihaorvo the general good,  l ntnUe, then, tlrla atrong appeal i* '  our member*! BTVXiY BHBVITY!  .nuke up your mind what you would  a*k or advlaot when you agree w-lrh a  former on*Hrlbiiior, say iih muoh In .11  lew atroiitt .wonls, It you take axe**)*  tlun. iu litsr obi, lon������, or to my rullrirf,  ���������tij-'ntf"   *...'   M-i **,,   civ. .1   the;   .���������!���������;    ,'.!.16  tu ullow Hi* other party to th* (IIiouk*  *.|..ji le ban* 5u 1  i ...*  Now and then 1 xiiall deviate from the  l*Mlun 1 nick tu c4.ndtu.-l, a wympuslurn  Uion ao-ue tiwinit of Importance,   in  thla cane noil-*,** will lie kIvtij,of tiie_h  tontlun, otneV topli'i  '      the ayrrtipiMli'm la In iiroareas.  tontlun, oihfr topic* tiftlrin laid by white  Kur example, ti.tlay l.take up two Ift*  1,...    ,, ,   ,���������   .*,.,,.....   i-l. ,,   ...   ..pvi". '..I.I..I  In. iii*. vrni-ilital botm-inoihai** Jtrixti  unit vhleh av������ ot lata atwumed nor*  teniom jpropbrtlom. I promlied that  ., aikIcTsIiiiiiIi. iave. a fair chance to  ���������peak for l**mlt and Iter order, and  InvlU'il frank oprenslon of her icrill*  nunra and views. I have tri������w with In*  ij|ff.>mit fiifi-w*. for fortj'-ndrt year* tn  inn.-lnce lier that she la not a Mng  o"  rl'fferei ,   'Told   ami   fei-Hpa*   from  . Ihll'l*,., .... fl.'I*    111    I'll    III    il    IHWill.'ll  to rini'loy |u i* in do hone*! 'worn, fi-r  ������'t'lt*l'   s'.c   i-f-i'Hrwi   **(iciii   and   hon*������t  l.,tit*,    Al U-ii*:.   '.    '���������   ,.a,lil-llllll>U'il flu-  i.;oyei������ A* nut. ri.^id her In thla light.  W_ wl'.' .. " ��������� 1 ��������� Of It'" ��������� '">',  ���������awh'l* Uiiora pi-vtadlng to regular  1   * ..������,-. - '  X������. 1 tlvo.i in ���������everal famllli" hi>for*������  **-* roirrli-.l hjpt-ily and met, whll������ in  tervlco, "reel ladlea hero and in other,  countries"."  Tlio bi'tt tri-ittmont I r������������������lvetj wna In an  American family,   The lmly u������������<l to tako  n  maid  upnn  a  wo������.h'������  tr.al.    Whim  tlu>  week waa up,  "he ������nlil tn me:  "1  think  you ar������ 11 uooil wnikor and that wn will  bci nl.m<r well |..������nlhi'i."    Willi llml  ���������>>������  hiin.le.l  m  in' 1   IMil.er  wliloli  ulilerl  wnal  wnrk wn������ to lw ilnna every .lay,   'I'll* evil-  Inm belonged in nm mitiiely, and tlio nft-  ernimns in- evanlng* out ������(.ie to lw nettWa  l.nlii'rmi  the  "huh'."    Tlw.  way  ever, hnily  waa Hi'HtMU tlierii made u������ all Lei ut lioinu,  "1 j.......   \,.tii   i.et.r   V'.nl  ef  I'.HiipliiInt  on  ultlicr ni.lo, 1 iln not forget th* oiwy rnnni  I li.i.l, mul one .lay the murium tni|i|Kfii������.l  to milieu i.iy ..lit, ruiiy warln.tuu.1, i.n.l alio  ��������� Imd l| eirc'miiiie.l at utiee tut ������ belter titiv,  ll..w lie "cd I wus when alt.' mitt, "ll I* ������  grunt |. ju.nii. tn K" IM" y.air iimni -Ii i������  hi iieal,"   m iiniitnur tliiw "ho iid'eMil me  Ilia  ll.e  of  til*  plll.llo  Iih II',   P'K.l.lttf  tier  mmi. on ihe ri'oiiiiiiiieiiUi.il.in eai.t,  I alwiiy* Imagine tlieia l������ iiinuiluni lo  tw coiuldereil on both rlilen In nrdur to  iiinke ������m|il.iv������r������ and ������inp nww flKiee. _  A MARHIBD IWWJAID ((New fork City),  I believe that your experience l������  that of a thousand others in sub*  stance,  If  they  would  dlvvat  Ilium-  aelvea of the notion, which would  seem to ho Inherent In tho cIumh, umt  it Is dlsli.yu) to tlit-lr khIIiI I" own  to fair treatment und ilUlnteresteil  klllduesM In tliuli* i-iiapoillvu "uu.,.-  HII1N."  Nu, 2 holds up another side of the  queatloni '  N'nw thnt thf> "htpt" nn lirittrtnln** io  ���������*4i*m*t. It nuw iii,nw lltfhi U|...n iliu  "viki.iII,oii>'������inm" which worrlea in, ninny,  l Unit In liiin ������tut������ u <t<itrr>.ilnatlun to re.--  usnlio I.U1 two vltMM, r*prewnl������t) |.y mlf-  treat and nml.l ur bv waaiih nn.l |...vei*iv:  ",, ,.. ,,11  ......   mv m,,,>  *������>ij   1,,   tnu ...tu mini  I ha worker..   I iili not hlama any girl who  .- '.-������������������      t,i.   ,.'..   llll,-   ll.i-   il', l.iu   .,;   ,*       ......  aiiolia to alava early and late lor (hou* who  l.ute im iii.no>��������� ujmciii (.Ultra.  I euuiil s,v������ y.ui an ex eilenc* of mv own  Mlth ihr** 'Varn������t ohurr.h wnrkur*" to  aliuw you whv slrl* ilo iitrt llk������ to lalior for  iIkimi, wh..������n i-������|.iiiml..n l������ tlmi lliey never  lay a .let.i. unlll uiev .11.. i...ihi t.i .in  1. ,1 tiavii e*(i>lni1e.l the hupii. that t'eriiiln ���������  awv*i*a r.ili,el i.|..1.i.������ " i 'iiih. t,i,v lin.  1.1I11HK .|������������illi la Blial inataa llm aun .".1.I11I  law.ur,  . 'iiie inimim leiter'i.r*"ii. I>." u'hl.'ag.U,  lately i.iitiM������hf*J by yon, put ih������ (lng������r upon  the nak������.l aore of titinuiiliy ihat twua.n ilia-  grgo������ and ���������nrr������w to th������u������Hiiila,  Kor mrtv veara I have kept timiae, an.l I  am gla������t i.i a������y ihni ������verv one w*mi wi.mni  fur in*- wuulil come to i.l������ again In tuna  of nwil 10 hell, me nut of irmilil... We lie-  l*ng to inmi nf lh* beat an.l nl.le.i fam-  lilla In th* Plata, who are yet 11*.1 a������ha,..u.l  1       ..lit   ,r.���������l     ...I ...ni   in.*...-;.   I,-'.-- ������1>...  I'hr anolililali wo.l.rtl, are li*������|>..iiallil������ fnr  llie wi-������������.|<ml glrla In thla cnuniry and enrn-  iiuui '...III.. T.i .In In irfliera u* vt- Wutill  >������������������ 1 i.i.-.., .'. ... i.������ i������ in,. ii-iMiii, 1... t������*)  v< m I  .j' eflilnn.  A M<>TflKit .lUrrlit.iirn. I'*,,l  To k,������*|i Inick tlif hlr������ uf the la-  hon.r ia i-puuni.tt. .1 mmmg the  grnvo alna nf ���������vruriKiloera by tlm  ������. rlftui> h.   llavltiK i.uv.i   ttdin.d   i"  obey literally the " sertptuml command not to let a working man's or  womnn's wagos remain in my hcuso  overnight, I am unable to enter  Into thn forco of "A Mother's" assertion thnt rich women: aro prone  to withhold money rluhtfullv din*  tlii'ir servants, IC this be true, It la  the gi'OHHt'Ht ovil of our Uoiiiustlo  system,  // Valuable Encouragement  After rending th* letter of tho member  who waa no ftirtuiAt over the paper uiwri  "I'Jeon.iniv In Hm hll.lien," t n-.-j U..u I  muat aay a wui.I ni ttii.!Mtir.iue.ii.inl t.. ��������� utr  w<ut������r. ,  The iliinieatlo nrnnomy ahow dnea not  plneh my l.i.*������ ill nil, . Vet I ..... '*.>',  witli ynur critic, ihntsonly thr** ttilnit������ tra  lm.. no* uirUign imll. I havu Kent iniuao  twtniy-tw.i yeara, nnd I iuu .ivm mi the  liM.k.iut ii.r aiiiiiPililiur n.'iv, .and. the l**t  an.) chaaiaeat way of preimrlnit tt,  lleie me a few ways of coking n.iliul  .leak. I nei.l |n Ihlnk It wna imt tt "i111  varrylng limn*,  to aay nnthlna of h'tvlng  In imt ������l,t.*-.|i cent* n������r i.m.nd for It I  i������vn eiittiiK.d niy niln.l hnw that "i.n.iiir-  lutiau'.   I������ uliui'ii out of tba queatlon.  Round Steak en Oaiaerole  fill n p.ainil of rmind aloiik into ilrlpaa  flnKer l.'tig iiiel lay In Inc. ewenih*. .v.PI  ii ni .., mill nil u,in*i nn.l mink alnwly nn*  It...- Nim* a.*uiuiii In HMte with mill iind  |.e|.j*r. it Utile ..nl������n anil tnil,aley linit  fi.'.K Iii two I."uii, nml a hnlr, ii.i< ins  hel w'liter uniduullvaa it bolla awny. I.llt  tlw inenl tl..*n .md keen hut In a ili.ti,  A>lil in tlie ������ravv In lhe la'aaernle n Imlf  mil of ilr-iineil mmnio hilee, n team"**infill ���������t augar, nmiw 'alt Jf needed ami *  teimiKif.nlill nf enrnatareh wai up with  *rnl.I wnter. I'." "ver the meut i.ri.-r  thickening thu gravy by a mlnute'a Ml.  Or  r.Kik the meat aa luit dlraeted, and atlr  !.. ,i *. .tf - .ii.'..i ..f r' i i- ��������� t, " . ���������'. .i  leniler, Keen 11111111*/ ul water III the i'.l������"  h������*i*.i|i. ������n tint win ll tlic ll.e In dmie ll  Hllil thu meat will not be dry The llu*  ar.ira* In with iho meat, you utxleraiand,  SUU Another!  I'ut   nn*  pound  of  raw  aleak,   a   fow  NvW   t.ntiil.a.a   and   n   little   iiPirlKilled  nnd  mini***.!   (.ninn   laitfilier.    llun   ttirmiali   Ilia  i.nr" aVr'tiuliar* and' liagu'on." "huar.  Whi'ii inmrly rt.>ne. add l.air a .utitui of  I..llllill   waler   to   nmlaien   lit*   wh.iie,   My  il.ilin and III* enlldren think all theae (lne!  I ulll .(iiiii, aaaln,If.vmi i������re to have ma  iln an.               n, H,  li.  i Uelvedem, In.l.l,  Vuu have done your work of orii'.nir*  uglng   the   wllior   In   n   manner   Diut  niiiii en tu.. pruiiil of niv vliMtiipluit,  Ki-tp 4t It!          *  ./ Que Uion of Etiquette  Kindly nil me lh������ ritrht wny  t>. rem.iva  ,...*'     |-l>������     *     "i   ' :     ������������������'     ,1-    *    i  :  Aim.   If II  I a |,r������|.er r.il* ji   v..um-  'nl*   '.  I.-11 lll������'l���������|.lt I ll'tllrf tt,,'I l| t     ,|llH ll,      II  wlihuil a . 1.111*1.11 * alien i|i*v ni. ...,i  xiuam-.l. i-l'ltltir>i iWji'Ui'r. ������'ii ���������  II. f..r*(tii������w<ring y..nr .|iit������i|(.n, 1.1 *>i������  enV that y.mrr, h.arhm date tv,-. ni1 ' 'le*  o.ii, im* l!,l������   '.ntur lnn-rt ;-,.���������,���������������. ,-.|  (,e   ,,*,  I cannot determine where the fault Ilea.  T but wlnh to exculpate myaelf from tho  chaw of rtmlwmoaa In nnawerlng correspondent*, Ton othor letter* have  been delayed In the aame mall,  1, Thore  In  but  one   way   of  tiiklnff  cherry pita from the il|������.   Do It <iulf������tly  .iml iifiiily im ynu cm by taking eucn  Into the hollowed  hniul- and laying It  unon the aide of tlm plnte,  1. It the young ���������people are well ae*  niialiiti'd and the* young man inn. wh..������i_  character la known hy the porenta of  the girl to lie good, there ia no impro*  'i.linv In lh" rhlo upon the puhllf n'ii.1.  ���������The chaperon ta not enally ol.tnlned n  euch n cnae, it la not every o-agW  matron who con rldo well and na raat  na tho .young people would llko to go.  Rooks IFatiicdhy a Shut-in  I raa.l of "Mn K., K.'a", offer _f l",'{*������'  I i mull] lm mure iiuui Kind ������ /"t, the I  ir lhey are mil already .llaptiaed of. I liay  ...eii ii.ni)ni.il lo mv'hed fnr rii-.nly /< ������r  yii.r������. wllli ii* Imi"' et ever w.ilklnn again.  hav* aplnal .(l������i*a������e. 1 am very (..iii i.f  reading,.limi, like many another "������m '*'"���������  I mn In alinlleiinil .'li_.'iiii.*.ii.ii..*������ '". ''������������������_���������  not luirclime t.n..k_ lit iiienaiir >,. I _���������''"  Hi* ei.uiiiry. and there (��������� n������ |iiU>ll������' I hrary  luur, If tti(i*i. Iniiika are n-.i f"i "''���������, I  finpe III.*** will .<> in anil.'' wi.nliy I''"" '"  I.ay freight ��������� Im;^  (<JrM��������� m, w���������.,,  Another nolo from the hi-hited iiuillj I  legli't thu delay the m"i"e. ninn* the  tiniilc* the piillent Invalid iiuigM f'f wcr-i.  given nwny long before wn heard from  her,    I ler  letter  wiih two  iii.iiiiIim mil  l'." intnetiij thla ahut-ln warmly to ������������ur  tone'l'n her'leiler innl 'ii generniia dlapii*  ,.,i      (.,!������.., J     (.'.<      ...'-���������''      ���������     I   ' .'* '.   "     *  runt fnr the bunkM tlmi nppenla 1<> mo.  8������.nil to ua for Imr addreaa, and "ki- thai  the weary wepka, monili**���������and yonra!���������  aro inn.in h-aa ii..1Ihiin l.y iiulii.K.'ii.i-- In  the only recreation [iOMclt.lt- to the bedridden aiifterer.  ni -i    r i   . ���������     r       ��������� ��������� '  i iliuilll i^m.iu  .)t i 1.,'^n.  Kindly n..,ul.ll������l. the r*.-l|>������ f"i   I'lillad*!-  pill* aera|.|de,    1 Ihlnk li l*> inndn ������f l".k  an.l nltier Inarcilleiiu.                        ��������� .  It. A. M. tfnn t*ntieim*e, Ci,l 1.  Hull a I'lonnc]  plg'a head  until  the  m"ilt l������MVca tlm iK.nea.    H.-i.lii (iii.I .Imp  the meat,   Jteaervi* the ll'inoi' In wlii<-li It  waa liulle.l, and wlun It In '"I'I i.'iu"V"  nil the fut fri.iii th,. n.p.   I'ut 1-.. k t.i;i  aklmm.'.J 1,'on.ir ,,\,<r ������h>- "*���������>���������* "'���������*" " ������'"'l  with ."/ill und pepper ...i.i l.niut t   -i i'"H.  Now *ilr In th������* ...fiiippi'il cne.iii i  f..r a  tl.lri.lt,.   -uul imt  In  I.v I)...   ' .-|.i.K ���������'    * i'*  ring  nil   tin.   lime,   ..ti.mall  .*. i*'i'i:e i!   to  tn.ik'. a llik*k iiiiinIi.    Wii.-n  t.i!.'-.  amooth pnali*. ('....Jt fur nu h* ur. Mm mat  ��������� *"'������������������* nii-l f .I'lif.iiit- ���������!��������� '���������.. -l-    - ��������� ' '  ir.-vent liurnlug,    \V������-t u Im-f : ���������    I'm  ��������� ...   ,.. , .i - .   .,  f.i ir  in  fli" , ment   nine)  u   ej.  w.ll In cold weather, hut not In hot,  When you would use It, alloc and fry.  An Unusual Chop Suey  I olicervu Umt y.iii litvt; .i|.|.lli:..tluna fur  cbii|. ulii'V. Here In inn* Whl.'ll Ih hlftlilV  i:un..li������liili>d, i.nd li unlike anv nlhi-r I hi.vu  I,-.nl;  Cut tlm uieai from two pound" ot liitnb  ohm.* Into aiiinll |.li*.*.'������. nn.l (iv In lu.t  iilu.: nil lu a nl"'.i lawn, Tun. I.iin i>  *!iiii.|..iii nn.l .id.I i*.i .'iiuh nt in.i������iii..i.n.������.  I tti,   U.K.*   ulili'llh   .'h.i|.|il'.|   line,   n   .liti).   .*(  inln.'f'il   celery   nnd    a    inipful    nf    wlii.it  aiunllta,  llate ren.lv a *ii\li< maile of ihren even  nnd    aeiini    Inldeai nfuli.    ..r    i..in������iiir.'h  and Iti., ..( miKur, .lli...,I Ini.. ������ i-.i..lu| ..r  'varni   water  wiih   thiee   liil.lea|.rn.|.fiilB  nf  I'l.ll.eti. am    (If  Villi enn't   net   thla,   iiw  Woi'eealei.hb-e.) Add ll.J. In ll.e .'...iilenla  nf llu. aH.i.'i'li.in ill*! "(ler lhe eelery, i.nl.ill.  eii... ii.i III. i*....k over ii Imt llie, allrrlntt  ii.nat.i.iilv. Tne wh dn. when done, nlmiild  lie aiiin.iili ������nl well hleiidwl. Cimk tnr Iml!  an h.Hir, ll vuu ...iinnt gut in,, wlie.it  ���������.priiiiti.,  lei.vi* Ui.*ni nut,  Mra,   I,   K.   (Ileadllllt,   I'll).  Many eonkn of ninny, reellio.!  Ah y.m"  Miy.   Hie   fiiiiriuhi  iwlilih  I   hnvo inn-  deiiKiiil alight!.,) il'.ef i.ot r.-aeml.li. any  oilier   We   haV(.   pill.llHl.cil,     \S'e   li.-i*ept,  without (lenuir, your uHH.rtlnn that It i������  druwri front a truaiworthy a.iuri'e, anil  n.Id llll* In /.Iher lieni'iltH wc hnvo re-  (.eivod ut your hand*.  Homemade Potato Yeast  In a lute Im.ii* nr lhe  drilling* I  nnleil  nil eaeellei.t lei-ln.! Iul limn.*.n,i.|e iiiilni.i  )'.*a������(.  I prefer Hili In Ihe i*i.nipi*aaei| yen������t  ei.kea. Mill I am nnt iili" whai .piantlty lo  i..*������i a������ hi. i*.|ul*.i.l.-|il (.>. ������������������tut hull inke i.f  ctnpreaMil ym������t,  Ilnw  mueli i.f Ih* Mould  e.-'i.i  alirmld Im  li- . 1.     ...I     ,,ltl!     I'M.     i-l     lli '.''I   ���������  X   V.  7,   il|i|.!������nn,  H.  V.I.  i.i.iu uUiKapt.01iti.ir. * u! liu.li. ili.nl.  ye.ial >l)..iili| lie i-i|iil*,'n|.*p| In Imlf u  enke of I'uriilireaaed. y.'anl (llaaolve.l In  half u cupful of warm waler. fine nml  ii halt hiiiiuufiila wnulil make it liirg.*  lour nf ln.-'ui rl.-ii. w. II  Thla   |i|i*Mu|ip.inv   ycint   of   Iho   beat  Utiiillty   fiianiy   1.1..I   IIkIh   aa   lirewerw  liliila. ] nm ple.iM (I t.. Imve you a.'-  knnwli'ilgi; that y.ui pi'ler th.' hiuiu-  liiiiilt* to the i*.,tiiii|-.nHii ye,imi, Wln-ll  I ww vmiiig un.I IIvkI In Hi.) t'nillilry I  ii'i'd none other.,  iVak'ing In- at Home  Hume week., iif.i v...i Mil lix'.eii ii firmida  I*..  Hulking Ire wllh iiiiiiiii'iilii nnd ���������*������It  f.r  "--.;.       .(    ' ���������:,���������!...*���������  '   ri..|'-||i LllMniitH  ... d   I..'1   ��������� ���������>" ,    K il.-ll*.   I.fll.t  niiiiin; nt v.e.r >������..lirnl i..������*ii.|e mi.vi-nlri.i*'-..,  dlli .'lhHi. ill,   l,i  l-i II. I l.i'    .ii.I   I .......til'.(,-i   ;t  t i-i,til, '," t ' ��������� .".'.','*,"'." . "���������'' l' ���������:������������������ ",,, I i'.'m  llialft  fliat   (1^* en, l|  ;ii.hll,|f   vt' ih  I ul   I,  rt-nta.  .le.ll.VI.   i^.ii .li,,..-. .'..,* :"���������������������������:.,,, i'ml,,.  tf   ������... ll   ;i    f..| in   ' i   ���������    ��������� i*     i-.* i-.-n ��������� i|   I*.  lhe Kv hill.i'i* It  v.,.,. !...i  fi.>ti mv |.e.*i  Now*  an,|   ii ,,���������  ;,     ".   . ���������������������������   ;.-  I .   ,-:    a,i ,-  lit .  ,i  i .,) i , i -. |  .,-,,���������      i *.    .,'1   .   "      iv"  Icavoa my deak. I auapect that tho  H-elpo for making Ice nl homo wan ono  of thuHo "airaya." Thia |^ not the first  timo I hnve been held reaponalblu for  miitter of which I am wliullg htiinraut.  I am (him frank to explain why your  reus, um hie ri'ipict wim not mifivei-i'il  moro aiillaJaeliirlly, It would ho a gratl*  flcatlnii tn mt were I In pu*.-. eiil..|i i.f  li ri'.'lpe thai .-niiiii be depi-nile.l upnn  lor the iiiiiiiniiH'iiiMi ut that which ,n  a neoi'HKliy in the d'.g ihiya ui v>-  peiiaiw everywhere, in any noihln-* nf  thn illtticulty .if iihtalnlug It In nomo  regloim.  Will uot aonieliody lol ua huve the  form ii In? ���������  Making a Hose Jar  Kindly lull me what will lake ruat frmn  ateel l������i.ilu nim |,ui'klea. I U".1 uleuh 1,  Llll  11 did  nn nn.id.  .llxi Kite me a it*.*.(hi fur hutkii'g i-"l-  pniirtl er a 11 an flu,  Mr������.   K   V,   K.  (Oakland,  Cal.i,  'J'o 11, nil lliu in mih nil.I liii.-lili ij, f,,���������ni:  litem lianl a.i.l long In a Ini^ of nin-.-ry  duat.    Turn   them   uiuUdo   down   and  around ami ������hak'o aruadlly.  I'otpourri  f hit her 1'imi. p.Mnla tlitIly un aouli an tho  dew im oft ami iw.ek i.n ...Jar, will, layer*  of lino mill bnwMui,   Thu romi.i h|ioii1i|  in* two lm hew ilt-ep ami two tnl.l...,|.   fula of Mill rover ench lnyer. Keep  thla .ip iint.il .vou Ii.i*��������� <������ all ymi want,  ml.iim; peiuia .uni fait .t.-i.v .my h.<t  llie jar lu it .lark, .'.hi! pi ue.  V..'i< n you liavo n full niipply, i<liuku  out   the  iiuitle.l.   ������nlti'i|   pnliila  upon   a  l.l-IIVl      1,1,,.  I,     .-      ,     H     .,,.���������,   I.    .,      l',.-,   ������������������ .   ,      I     .     V ,.-  up lie .-,'i/mi)*, ItimtlliK tliem apan In lot  O.i.    ���������'-   l-l '    -.1    ������l I.   '     iv.--.       11 ���������'        ' '������������������  llll-   ,1,1X1111.'.  I in.    .i.liii I*   1,1   )������' ..f   Vl.il.l   I'lrt.J.'.'   ,|,i.l  ..nli itiot   uut!.hulf oumo ea.-l. nf hello*  lm;*-   |> .w.l. I   ..nil  ' f  f.-i!   .  ������A.I. '.  ���������.:,.'  half |ea������p.������tnfnl citeh nf cmiviy* ami nf  i ,,..., uiii*.i|..ii. ii-r ic.inpi, infill ni <i  ut-  iiuui,   nil   of   ro'n'i   i ilt.iri   fn ir   .lr.|i*.  f, ,   ,   M      ],.,-,.    .. nil   ,   f   HI,  'In    ....       ���������   ..    ���������   '       ll  i.f   i-.ii-.iiti'luH,  ten .Iriipi I*..eii  .."   ml nf  iI.iiin ino i.i-ri,ni.iui uiul mm. ii.iii���������,< iif  a:.i.l.ol. !      ,  \i i.cii (In*.) tnim'.llonta nro thnru'iglily  llir..li".;.i!..l,   nix  lll'-III   with  the f.ilted  ii,n, |i--t,.;", Iiii tliU fiiUhfiilly an*', with  tin* lim-'im. JVi-oH In a Jar, c������������V")'. I" viy  .ini net uway tn tlm .lai'k culii'i-. t  .'.-.ret .<!��������� ..--itiir, It will Ui Hi-** iind >l''-  II. inun in two iiinnihi iiiel keep lor ..ii  lin i.nn- no tin...I i.m iiti.nl tin.lit"-' "f  re.|i.<-������ta fot* Hmi fore".dun rule f-.i- mak-  ���������;*.   ��������� , - |" .ui   ':     ���������  Ilx lu  . I e ������������������ll.il'ii.'i-, NS I',,  ':   >���������������������������  1li*l;iiie i.iiit.i.i'  un  r*."    c.ive ���������  In  *u **,  ���������AllV  II. fill   lo  ii  i.-  ii..!  lu- (nil Mm i*il  1'lilM."  i' -!... an.-.-u i  ���������n |! I *  ���������   ,1-'  r THE NEWS, CUMBEHI>AMU, BKIT1SH COLUMBIA.  At-L  Fall iind Winter Goods.  '      memBmemeammmmmtamemaammumtmmt'- *i'mmmmmmnrtmmtmmmmei^immmmam*mm  ,    .    We have just opened out a fine assortment of   .    .  BLANKETS AND COMPORTERS  Blankets ranging from $3.00 to #13.00 a ftr  Comfort������r������   " "      #1.75 ter $4.oo each  Flannelette Sheet** IO, 1) A13 quarter aisce**  SO  D  YOU ARE INVITED  TO INSPECT OUR STOCK OF  FURNITURE & HOUSE FURNISHINGS  C  The Furniture Store  a.mokinnon  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. 0,  ���������Wa������pa^_������t-_-M  30  It ig up to the mayor and coun  cil to grant no further permits lor  ������ucn slugging exhibitions as was  witnessed in the Cumberland  Hall on Monday evening. The  beaten man at the end of the third  and last round looked as though  he had been butting his face up  against a stone wall. We think  that Cumberland pan get along  very well without such brutal ex  hibitions in future. A good clean  boxing exhibition, indeed.  ���������"*." m '  A   newspaper  should   never  make itself the organ of any party  pr clique to the sacrificevof sound  judgment and treatment of all.  We  have  always felt, and we  think we have the sense of  the  ���������community behind us, that   any  cause which resorts to misrepresentation or abuse of those unable  _to-ieply.confesses thereby a con*  sciousness of its owu  weakness.  A   newspaper   occupies   anch a  public relation to the community  that a decent sense of its   own  dignity should save it from   the  unbecoming personalities that in  ���������any way bear the color of spiteful venom.    Especially in such  A commuaity as our little town of  Cumberland, where there is such  universal intimacy, anything that  aavorsofa bitterness of spirit,  which   would   divide  us    into  cliques and set neighbors at variance, is intolerable.   The neigh  borhood mischiefraaker. whether  a newspaper or a private individ-j  ual, is uot wanted  iu  Cumberland.  We have our convictions and  we are not afraid to state them,  whether in matters of politics or I  civic and moral questions.   Antl  we hope that we eau substantiate  our position without resorting to  personal abuse of those who may  chance to differ front our opinion.   We have no use for anyone j  who. because he ban been so tool  int. ti to take ground he cannot  defend, resorts to thc childish expedient of '���������calling names."    If  we have not sufficient dignity of  character to treat with  common  courtesy those who nre so u 11 for*  tunate  as to differ from us iu  . opinion we have no right, to as*  sunie a public capacity unless it  be as the mouthpiece ol that ele*  mont.coramon to every commun*  ity, whicii knows uo defence but  vituperation, and 110 forcible expression but slang.     To rtprc-  seut such we have no  ambition,  Iu the new school luminal we  notice various additions with re  ipect to night schools and school  libraries. Other important  changes are to be noticed in the  curriculum of lhe high schools  in thle nrovincp, Vrrnrli ha a.  been added to the subjects of the  preliminary course and the stau*  dard of the same subject in the  advanced junior course has beer,  gmatly increased. The ordinary  requirements for t.e public  schools remain the sunie.  Locals.  Mr. A. F. Owen, well known  here iu former years, will bu hero  on or about October 10th, to tun**  pianos.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Befresh-  ing beverage.  Drink  The  Purest  and Best  Dr. Gillespie, |fre. Gillespit*  and children ,j������rriv������<l home on Wed  needay last, from a week's visit to  Vancouver.  B. W. Bui ley arrived  ho.ne on  Friday l.i������t, trutn u  hnniiit-te trip  tO VtinCutlVtM*.  Miss Annie Huywood arrived  home from Nanaimo by Friday's  boat.  'Mr. ami Mrs. T. Wilson nnd  son urrjjvi'il home tin Friday'last  from a holiday trip to Vancouver.  General Mwttigtsr Conhion paid  tut official vieit to the miiiiw last  Wl  on the  Coast.  and made in  Cumberland,  B. Clovtier,  General Blacksmith  Hota&ahoeiBg a Specialty.  Third Ave., Cumberland  iiimniiinnmn  The TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  Ladles* Work  a Specialty.  " CUMBERLAND TAILOR 1  S. 1SAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from $20 to $35    All "Work First Class  Mrs J. Piker, left ��������� on ..Tuesday  for Harrison Hot 5>priii,r*.  -   11.    i     O- .,,      Orange Young Britons will hold  their annual uinsijuoruije hull in  the Ciirtaberlntnl Hull Oil Monday.  October .Hot. ������������������  Dr. Kerr, dentist, will be tit the  Port Augusta Hotel on O-stober  1-Dth to the 23rd, and the ('ourten  uy Hotel from the 24th to the ilLst,  The Compnriy   hna  commenced  the erection of dwelling* at Nn. T.  Mining't White, of the lm-itl  brunch of The Canadian Hunk uf  Commerce, and family, arrived in  town last week. Mr White ha������  leased Air J I'ue'-j residence for  several mmitlu.  _ A '-'joint meeting of the City  Council, Citizens and Develop  meut'J.eagites, wns held in the  Council Chambers on Friday eveu  iiig last to consider the mutter of  advertising Cuuibei'liind in a spe-  einl is-jtie of the V a i icon ver Province, in the interests of,the Van-  cover Apple Show. The }price  ���������->l<eil was #200 fur one page of  vv'i'iie-tijMiud a page uf advertising. After considerable discus-  sion the meeting decided not. tu  entertain the proposition owing  principally to hick of funds,  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  -_*W^Mr������^rWMrWr\^   >}*^'������^*r-^'^^^*������V������^.-^i^M������VI  Mr Y McNeil exjieci-s to htart  his moving jiicti.i'c f-liinv ill the  Ciimtmi'lanii Hall on Wednesday  Bveiiing. ilr McNeil pruiui-ji'-j  first class ���������uiitt'i'iftiuiiiuin, The  Kinetograph Oinpntiyut' Vancon  vor will supply the lilm*.  Mr J E Mshpule arrived home  on Wednesday in**t lroiu n li.ili.lay  trip to Vancouver and Vicioiin.  .... i,..��������� i -i%, ���������    nn., .  Mr Alex Tlnjnhurt, of Coiiio.n.  wi.s in t.iwn on Monday. We are  jileased to learn that Mr Un-jiilim'tV  injitreil limb is gaining strength  riijiidlj.  Mrs D Kilpatriek nn.  arrived from  Va.'coiiver   by  Cowichitu on Sitndny lift.  (Imig'Wl  ss.  Mr William*, fnrlier of Mrs  J> | ictal point.  BALED TENDERS addre-aed to the  ninifcra.|jr.ied, ami widowed '*Te d*-r  t������r Examining Wnrehunse, Vanoouve-,  B.<V'wi 1 Le rooi-ivcd at .thit. ctiice until  4.00\.m. 011 Wednesday, October isGtli,  1910. tor the coni-ti-action of Uo Exat-inm***  \\ Hiehouee, Vancouver, B.O.  Plana, ipecitioati ns and form nf contract  en lie teen and hums of tender obtained  .t the oll.ee cf Mr Joeeph .Gieei. field, rtsi-  ifot .icliit c . Winnipeg, Man., Mr Win,  II ... e*6on, res.ami arehitear, Vicroriu.  b C < hi thn I'o-t Office, Vnncouver, and at  tii^ I) part.ne t.  Pen n- temleijig are notifiedt>iatfcendeia  will u-*i lie (-111.8ir.nred nnle-B mado on the  |>rn t<-d f.ilIUS auuplod, and eigued With  their uctual rigimtiireii, stating their occu-  patiohn und ylnc<-n ot residence, lu the cafe  ..t riiuiH, ih- net ual aiguature, the nature o  the "C'Up itioa aud place of reui.leiicu i.f  ea. h mi-iiibt-r uf ,Ti? firm mar be given.  Ea-h t���������.ler uiuac t.e ecoouipiiD.ed l>> en  amep'.ed cinque. n a chnrered Uuk, payable tn tou oilier ������f ihe Honorable the ilia-  ������iet������r-~������t���������EaUli<s->-W( irki,���������equal-tu-teupei.  OfJttt (Id p.r.) ut the amoulit ot tile leluier  which will lie forfei ed if tlietjflertou tendering dee iue in enter inhi a contract wheu  Culled upon tu dn 10, ur Tail to complete the  work contrauM-d for. If the Under be not  aoi-i-p ed he ei.ique will b.. letumtd.  The depitrtiueiit t'oes tit.t bind iuelf  to  aveept the loiveai or any len.ler.  BjOjler,  Hi. DESR0CHER8,  Sieiernry,  l)epa������tm*-nt 0? Publio Wo lw,  .   Ottawa, September 21, 1910,  Ni'iv-pnpe b will not tw paid for thin  advertisement if ihey m.ert it without  ttu.hori y from tbe Department.  NOiICla ia hiteby given that lit) duy.  after da-0 I mund .0 npply t.i the II n-  ihe Oh ef C'.inuiiii-aioiior af Lundi un.|  *.\Orkaloru la-eu-e in prueptut for tiial  andpetiuleum un.hr the lamif 111 Nilmm  t'iHtiiui) Vmiouuye. I.luiul, amideeviibeil a*  full.wii���������Conmenoingat a pint placed <.n  he north bo .nilery line <>l the 1 Iii H.yue*  Sound Leave about UO c mint from the *eu*  ���������-lime, proceeding ihuiiue miuIIi 60 vhaiua,  ilieiue uuu 73 ohai 11*, more or  l-fl, to the xea ahi.ru, tlieuiK*  f 1 uwiiiu the 11. ueli. rn in a i.i.rtliWeutoi'ly  direvtiou uutd the ii.tiraeu ioiiof ihe uorlti  boundary line of the old Drones Houad  hoiiau, tueuie f 11 *wt.i������ fluid north b und*  I ary due wem 00 ahaiu. iu. re ur leea tu iu*  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOU-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIAIaTy  SUITS mADB TO   ORDE1R AND  IH ANY STYliB YOU U11SH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND, -       - B. C.  ^AA^^Aiy<r������VV*^t*^^>-������A^a<    y*^r^*i*^rA'MN*>^>A>^rM^A^  |U|UH|iyajWilium  Capital $5,000,000. ���������      Baaerve $5,700,000.  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY.   PAYABLE  ALL  OVER THE WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest |  at highest Current Rates allowed on iJepoflits oi $1 and upwards.  CUMBERLAND, fi. C, Branch, Open Daily.  COURTENAY,   B. C j ;8ub-Branch,   open Tuesday��������� rand  ��������� ~-��������� FRIDAYS -���������  '     ;  '���������   ���������    ---" "��������� ' ": ������������������'"' ".'  L  UNION WHARF, B. 0., Sub-Branch, Open Thursday a.  H. P. MONTOOMERY, Manaj_er.  IMMaWHtHliaMa^^  Kilpatriek, ivnivoii in   town on  Snniliiy hint.)  K,T.CAUKWUinsON,  per l..Pileii, aganti  iJitiil flrptetnber 2l������t, ItflO  Rov. B. ('.   I'Wniiut   It ft  liv  TiiMHtlay'n lnmt fur Nnnuiiuo, umi  I trill return mi I'"."'dny.  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  Di'trici of CoHHt  TAKK NOTICK dim DuvirlHcn-  W'md Cu., Ltd,, of VnnruuvMr, BC,  ltimlmriuHii, iiiinuil tu njiplv (orpi-r  McBum, WiUou find Jivitl, rv\.v*-  nenting thi' lalutnl luvt'u.iiu'tit C<\  Ltd., Victnriit, nru in lown ui  tiii'j    The Prt'*l',viei'Jaii cu.ictt w'nii  iiiluruntg of that Honri*-liii.ti fuiii.UVim to have tHat*n y\vw on tn-xt; (niwiiiii lo purutiHtm tlie fulluwlug  pttity. Mr WiUm in woll ktiuwn Tliunnlav evvniiii:, im k*t*n ii.r������r. !'l���������������������"H������������i lnid-i-Commeticingai a  iu thU citv m* a fo.i.u.r I'ltu'tridrn. ,^,,,.,1 I lu������< l**nX9A nI������01 ^(iliHin. north  ������ *..   *������������������������������������-"j-"*~~"������������������ iuer Hcuitti,  LonKltlKrrouiah inlH,  FOU 8ALK.--H im'di cown, nil j���������hmii 8 tnilei* Irom Tomey  HwihI,  Illlll'I't'lllOSln    tt'HtHll.     (HIM 'I'lllllf'tll j MlHItl'l'fllal laOflllllltll'. Un-i c������ r-outh  JOtiriiiii'. ilifiu* ****i S.0 ohaini*,  n   LoUi.hU>roiiK'a    lit'.'*t,   tlienc*'  P, Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLI CONVEYANING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  ���������V, BO'HOHA  m������nuf������������turtr of tDJlSBRAU UUATERS.  CUholtsftU Dtalcr in W.'NBS, UIQUOR A BEER  v. o. box ue  PH0N1 99,..,  CUMBERLAND  of tho Wi-  ii.gfuu Ci'llii'i'y Com  puny, whom In* many lunula wil  ho jiluubml io nicol,  Mr Alux Cliimoron loft by Sun  ilrtj'rJ iioutf'ir Vnii,i*(iu'*'������'t'.  M'tirly I'iu'oihIh of imi'li cmv   given,  nUo j viiltH mimI i Hitvd'ui'iiv, .mo i ,'or VTh*!. ���������!��������� nT Ui������ ������hor������i" of" iVuu kViV-of ���������  c-i>lt pni'tlv I'i'oki'ii, ou-uli In lid ulwrtit 20o)iHiiiii lo point  JI.VYSlliE. ICiirmr'n RhucIi] <;l wiiiinrncirment   aul cinH.iIi.l.ig  ...     ���������     ,,    / 10 won**, mo-mr letB.  t.lllolllllty ImiHiI.     j     Jj.-viDWW Wjllll) C0M������'A������V, f.TD   " ���������- I Frederic L. Wi������rd, Atfettt.  At flrodrlll in our pulilic ccliool' Dfttttl Soj������t������*iphei 24th, l������ll������.  TheSSCowiolmii on Iht wny  up tq Union Dny on Sn?i������li,y   run  ou a .ami Imr tIW(r iWver Crm-k, |on MtMH,|y u,t| tlm ,m|,llUlg W(l,  Tli������* a������������.n������ri*.r *m>nt mt thi* Wni,l',<\ ,,,v,*\v,\ {,, ,.,���������. ������������������ilit-trn,  fiirly   hi   ihti   mnrnhin.  nti-1  w������k'1  ........ m.   -      floated iilKjnt 2 o'clock iu tlu* nflfi [    U ������ecitii'tliat tlie ships oi  the  noon.   TIiho wn*. a Inuvy ft.*, nt j Doiuiiiioii navy are to  be   de-  t\w timo wliloli innd,. if v������.ry dilii Lcfibed iii< 'H.M.C.S.', these let*  *t,l.L,,.,*!., ;irrt^.. Ci������*-1..     Ti.v(Vc������������.   t,i������i.ii\Ini   'lliu  M^ci.ty1.,  ���������teniiu'r aiwtuinwl m.  injury i������m)jcun������idi������������ Ship,'      Hiitinli war* I iiumlwru for September lor Royal  nrrivod nt Union Buy *nrly iu the) *h\-)t art styled 'H.M.S.*   What \ Standard flour?  *,vw,,i,,������' !doe������  the  ������dditioB of the  ���������CM 39837    3538-������    R398a     9o%,$  50155    3u8������6   6aua     45039  .  saija 444������8  We have on hand aevcrnl   uu*  G.H. ASTON,  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER  KIUST-CI.A8S REPA1KING OK ALL KINDS DONR.  BNOLI8H WATCHKS A fll'KC.Al.TY "^  All Work Quarantttsd*  Next to Tarbell'i,  Duuimuir Ave,  NOTICE.  Iutb������natterolibtfORIol.) Admluiftra*  tur'a Aot and AraaudluK Aell, and  Iu th* ro itter of K Ranault. aim known at  Kpnaiiam Kauanld, daiwriMil IntMMto  Sttilat la bcrabj nWtn that by artUr nf  Hia Hi-air Jud,������ Barker, dnted 'ba 44th  ���������,ny ni ctep'tmlwr. 1910, tauia in pnrmi*  j in.* t-t ittr ap^lioatluii in tut UtMinty Otmrt  f Naanlir.o, hi-Idan at Cumlwrlaml, I. iba  ONE   HUNDRED    DINNER und^iirnnL Dtfotil AdminUtrator for  bh'A'6   iia\c   been    ������iVeii ^*'������-*���������*��������� ^���������,,rVM^'fVw'm'fr"*''  _,__ ,.._... J n* th* Camoi Wtoterat l> ���������irlot, m*t dnly  of HOYAL   STANDARD i������r tb*t������Ut������. ttr*^ md tttdltn nt the  KLOUR,  fj.*. fnlfnivlnjr nrt* tlt*������ ���������A*iuuiu������T  Ottt 00 the Pacific coaat they  liave a new name for the naval  force which the Dominion government it eitablisliinj.. The  New Wcitminiter British Oolum  bim calU It tbe 'ft-t*avr*y uavy.  ���������-��������� ��������� 9 amount to? To thia: that if a ahip  Tlm Caiimtian  Bank of Coin- i������ *H.M.S.'ahe will flghtanyei.  nii'ic.. wl|i 1.^ /irv������n fnrliii������i,u^.},|,'eiiiv of the Rritlalt empire the in* t . .     , ,  w���������.k.     IV Lkluu (|nart,M in' .Uni war !*egin>i wheieu if .In- jC */".   , "^ "l? V     I  th, D������vi. hUmk arv   ���������U   k,,,,,^ ���������H.MXJ.S.'ahe moat not fu.bt. \������*f t'������in",til "   "ve  b"'������  flttcd up, ino matter how great the diiii|jer,c  wulie empire until she ban re-1 ...   .     ,       ,. .  roupona with tlie above list and  we will not have any  further drawing*.  Compare yonr  mbuta uatnad Anteaaeti.  All dtbti dna tht Mtatt nt the aald Aa  ,..������.������,* ,���������i,.f ha fialil wfthrtat doit* tn tha  u������.Ui������i_w(d .nd all ulaliaa a������iiiiat thi *������<d  aetata mn*% he atettbiei te na daljr vtri*  Had, within thirty d*y< tt,i*n tbt data  liamrf.     W. W. WILLARD,  Otltotat A'JminUtr.tor.  IraM at CnmWIand. B.O., thii 2Ut day I  ut r-rlitawitxt, ItflO-   ~"\OTH!K  TKNDKltH will h������ calN for  tin* er*H' iot* ������f n two ������������������ory Imilil*  Ini; at Coiirtwav, nntll WwIinhi-  ���������Itiy, l Mtitfir 6fb, at H o'olock,  f Inn* an.l K|rtrifioat?r*������a van In*  NOTICK.  IN tha matrar of t������������ Olttoial Arlminlitra-  U.rV Autavil Arorudln* Act������. bbj  In tba Batter of W H-^mnn, also kiiaai*  at WilitaoOlim RMBiaB, tl.etaaa.1  iytaatata,  Kotloa ia hereby girea that by order of  Hii Hooir JnitftHarder.dat.'d tha Ntb  d y of MtaWmlMr. 1910, mada tn v������rau-  huub of an a|>|>!lo.floti in ttitt Oviuaty  Caart of Kaulmti. buliiwi at Cnnbtrltml  L .*** I4. ������la.���������.(_������*������, 0.aMi.<M aialtuiaiiail*t.M  let iblit-juvi nf Hnt I'nUut/ ������f JJ*nalui(v  koowu aa tba 0������im I Wei toral D.alr|u*.  waadnly aatminud admlntatrator uf all  nod ������io(rufir Iho a������tato. etfteumd ornd������U  ut tba ������bovo riamul d������pe.a*d.  Al'd I * -Im i!.-- ui.U -t !V ikiII *c  tmaaed nw.t ba p������M nittwilt Uoby te 1 be  nndtr������ign*d.aif1tll oUiaii air������luit tlio  add tat*ia mnat ba |������r>a*ntad ta ma, doly  vorittert, oithte thirty daya fma tha dato  h*i������wf.       W. Vf. WlLLAltti,  Oflluial AdmfRMtrt'i'r.  Onted at Ca*al*ri....l, &0, tbia 8lat day  ..f HtfrlomW, 10IU.  Adt-crtiwm will mnfer a favor  bf bringing in Mwir a������l*. nrt \at**r  tban Mtmdny. a* thi* will **nahl<i  rbi������  print*)**,  tu birn*rt  it in  tbu  u.   .     ... ������".    .        ,.        ectver! word ofthe nattinn nf nr, lrw","V' V." T* ?.w** " .""J    nana atnt Mtr-rtmrnwin* 1  Htanley X-trM  *9  ml-t.11^ c^J^JJil atOUawa  The   w y^ h������M * ^"T   m������l*xJ~*������ *- ^ W������^W*- "'���������'������������������������ f"    ���������; _   , ���������    ,     -.  i*W  cham,,io��������� or thai wwM/iJ^Jtf^ ^Jjaend it to n������ and tecrive one of.    Uw^t ,.r*,������t tmdaMmt mmm jrpt Ua* 011 iW fulWwiog Tut*  ������l yi*������n-rd..) t*t gen***** ������.*0Ui, ^ ���������CaiKdiao* mrao* jour vteiuiuma. ,ai*it} acevi^l. IJ*y*  - **&" *"-* ������������������ Brtetfe*

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