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 r.������fe'*c*a__  0 mttt.J  ;.'   *���������   f    g2 <������������������&*/"  J  ���������mmtmmmm  ���������J  .-   ��������� ��������� - t /^.f^kfi *V  8 : '      '^^imkm*^     ^   m_.\  *;--}  V-Ov-' y*4/o,     ^x>  **; <*<  ���������������5*  ' '^.j.lr.w.  .^SCl'    '���������  h"'"  i������rt  A Journal Devoted Bapao  The Nkws, Eighteenth Year,  tha lnt*i*aata of Comox plattttefc  CUMBERLAND l. C.,   TUESDAY, NOV. x, ���������:9io  Wonderful Clothing Offer  Jfor the next  30   days  we  give a special price on every  suit in our store.  300 Suits muat be sold*  This is a genuine' offer. Our  stock is too large and must  be reduced. We ..wpijld be  very glad to have you inspect  for yourself  the clothing  we  .-.-  are offering arid ^ee as to our  values.  DON'T FO$GE'W._Ho\v-  is your time to get quality and  style in up-to-date clothing.  Our windows* will show  you some of the many lines  we carry, with sale prices  attached.  Simon L<hdEf:48^'*^^^4������^  MAROGCHI BROS  GROCERS   dc   BAKERS  ANO PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING W0RK8  mmmmm* hl.ni   .*.,���������i|n������.i ���������-n.,1,.         , ��������� ���������������������������������������w , ���������������������������������,��������� m  Agents for Pilsener Brewing; Company'* BEER  , Wholesale #e,i}le������ In. all Kiud,s of , .  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  tn1*e^i*+b**������m**l*+****4*i*������m.  >' ,������������������ .'',<> l-fty**V'pV,r-**:-'*X't.*ty  OOKMUIfI0_TI01f.  SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAK  aaaa__^aaa->aaaa.  ^_         ^  ._ *a"^^ia^paa^,'.,*a^a^*ai ���������������������i������������a> ���������m-,���������^**mma**m_*m  \ THE CORNgfl SfORF  _D      *���������" 1H^ Vawm^mm*m-f^ ihi     ���������           ran  OUI* STOCK OF  I f*Jaiacoafci, Slieket������s. Oil  Clol  am  Is norjy C  Kiirron Niws:���������Justft fow linw  from one who would liko to fie  tho next mayor nnd council (licked from rite payers who supported  the sewerage by*lnw this year, and  who will Iw in fevor ������������f putting n  1iy~)aw.before the people for a com*  plete sewerage system if elected.  The prtfMitt cumuli submitted a  hydew to die ratepayers, hut it  was voted down. I mn surpi-lnod  ut wme voting tho way thuy did,  nnd also tilling tlieir Influence  [ uguliisithe by-law. Tjmy nlno  tnrnoJ down the Gov, grunt. To  dny it will, oott the citv 80 per cent  more to put In the wwnrnffe system, The council Iim word frmn  tlie oontmcti r t������ thatHtoet, wblrh  MVf.ni a hlg mm of money 'o {tlw  dtv of Climilt#rlHrid,       tt i������ tn Ixm  i >  hoped tlmt none of those who opposed the by.law will think of  offering their service* to the city  for either mayor or connoillqr, lf  they do they msy expeet to be  turned down like the Sewerage  ].y*Iaw. What Cumtwland need*  ttMlty if a progres#lv������ mayor end  couneil, nut une tlmt is afraid of  pnying ��������� fow dollars more fnjtaxvs  when tbe health of the elty is at  flake, llAitai'Atmm,  ������ ���������    p mmw*���������mmg^m_  ' fi������t'ttffAf'-Wj^  Rewknt  away.  Mary Shore,'aged 58, born'At  Ash Perm, Kirkfey parish, Sot*  tlnghanisuire, Eng. who ro-Ided nt  18(18 Government street, died ������nd*  dimly last evetiliig through shook,  caused by the hlg tire. She wm  out viewing the tire snd returned  home, Her h (island Samuel Shore  stayed lo wsteh the progress of  the lire, mid Inter ruturneU to report to his wife tlmt it whs netting under control, and their jilsce  would be life. She had fW * long  thnn Ihm.ii unflFM-rhig e-^ft \fti_\  trnnhle, and tin* Khuefc irwi ion  grunt a strain for her, end she pes*  ted nwny iu her huiUnd's wim  before medlcsl aid oould roach tier  Victoria Time*, of Thursday* Oot,  S7th.  *ese haying n*ense������:tered^BEFORE  *^m- i   ^. --1  .   ���������*> ��������� ri^^J ���������Hr"i_*.fJ^,*s       xwjfc ** <f"u'- >rt f ��������� ^^ ^  the^'fe^^^  should be well wort)^ your e^!y  attention.  tjt$TftE ���������'.���������  the Mjv|fi^Cash Store.  T. E. BaJ|| Cumberland.  __!���������  Tlie Young Hrttons' emtual  ntttr^ftertlde ball. hHrf at Cam*  betlsnd Hill on MoitdttV evening  wis a |raitd ������ttCC������ss, boflt etHst*  icrtlly Hfld f.,irttici*lly. The hall  was filled ro Its utmost capsciiy  with Masquerader* and spect^toirs.  who seemed to enjoy themselves  immensely, Many of the char-  acters were wetf snetHtted* and  the jndgesnuist have had cottsld-  ersble difficulty In^Wardinjr the  prizes, which was, however,  done to the fiatlflfactiot. of all.  Tills popular young order is to be  congratulated on the splendid  success which has crowned their  efforts, The following is a list  ofthe prise winners:  Beit dressed lady. ..Mrs fplKtt  '���������V.     ������   gent .CSptlari  KflMonal lady....... Mill Baird  "      (*eut..i.M.������R Mellado  Sustained, ludy.... Miss Palmer  "      gent.<.......L Y*nto  Comic,lady .... ������������������...*Monaco  ���������'gent.... ......PWAtson  Clown... .J..........., R Gray  Topsy..  HRlckson  Prlte m\\i...,..,... H Orsnt  . .....and Mrs Merrifield  Prixe two step .... H McKeiuie  , aud Vera Jones  mmmmmmmmmmymmmmmmmmm  A number of Hindoo** are em-  J.I^C.' !., iU*������.<'^ l'i������ <>^hi uimvmj  Id-fmiiwej eklntiakm below Union  Bay.  '*j+*9mmk-*mJI/ta imfri i ma*m\  ft>^mm  The lo ng*sta������dirtg dispute  with Uie members of the Song-  hees trjbe of Indiana looking to  the snrrender of their "reserve in  the heart of the city of Victoria,  has at last been settled,  TBR-MS OK A0KKKM1INT.  The sum ot ten thousand doK  law (> 10,000) to be paid as a  bonus to the head of _nch family  in the tribe of Songhees Indians,  noinc 43 in all; they to vacate  the present reserve and settle  upon another to be selected by  the government ol British Columbia and a committee of Ave to  be chosen by the Indians.  The provincial government to  at once seek thc asseut of the  Dominion government as guardians of the Indians, to the agreement, which has received the  assent of a majority of the tribe.  The bonus the Indians will iu nil  amount to $430,000, ,      *i    ��������� 1 ���������"  Mr. K. C. Bmdiv arrived home  on Wednesday M from Vancon  ���������or, Mr. Rtnde.whflo in Jtytstcity,  purchased 11 fine five pissunger Ku������  null touring ear* which lie brought  ������������������ver the road from Nsnmmo.  " Ar'*  This Spate is Reserved for  The Canadian  Bank of Commerce  it, ixnit. 1 ah nn >v.- *.(.>.( i.i  .-ihiuihh kj< .< i  The two men, whose prelimi- Percy Winch, cf Udysmith, is  nary exitniinatiou was held here' in town, ou the u*ual husineaa  last week. In connection with the [ rounds,  recent robberies and committed j r J      _4 tmmmm  for trial, were found guilty at' T , . ...,.,  Nanaimo and sentenced to five /'"'^n decided to open ������  years each in the penitentiary. ������W������t ^"oM.d ������*mw:,n������ -*uh  The wheels of jnstice did not ,,w/'" *,ic, **ml ,,,d m\w **  move very slowly in this in-|T ,;,,, ������ ������������ Jf������wi.meij������. All  ' ' 'wishing to avail  thomrmlvei.  ot  this op|M>rtunity. are reipiente*! ���������'"'  send their na.vo* to T. II. Osi^,  ���������������������retary of lhe sch'������"? '"oard.  stance,  See C. C. Segcttve if you want  a Piano, Organ, ffcwlng Machine,  agent for all sorts of mimical in*  striimenti, Cumtwrland, I). C.  fiUIWCRIRR POR THB NIWI  ONi.V ONE DOLLAR A YEAH  , Judge Harker, of Nanaimo ar*  rived in town tliU w**������k,  Mr, T. Hudson U to he much  cummer.ffo. for hia cli ver eaptore  of tlie twa tlilirtwi who hmk*  Into Prater 4% Bishops, i. Hum  phtey's and 8am Davis', ramitly.  ���������Tot-myni������a waa of mrrm.  Don't forget the Presbyterian  enter'auifiieiit in t;um*)*vrl������nd Hall  on Thurwlay evening, Hor, IJrd.  The Irftdlai' Hospital Auxiliary  will ineel in K. of P. Hall, on  ThiiMday eveoing at 7,80.  *     0 ���������**  Mr, timet, Mnrtiu, formerly of  thi- i-lty. Is in town renewing old  l.������|U llnUlMSr-S.  Tommy Uasfunl lias accept*] a  j position with Cimiplnill Ilrotliers. THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The FOURTH  ESTATE  Novelized by  Frederick R. Tooa\bs_  From the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Medill Patter-  ton and Harriet Ford.  CooyrWht  1900 by Joseph Medill  Patfcrion and Hin-let Ford.  T  Henrys rescue.  "A young umn who hns since resign-  ed," he Interjected tor the mnnauing  editor . Until McHenry iftid Uupuy  were growim: uneasy nt the tretid of  Nplitn's thoughts and words. A  glimpse Into the crnuitiiiis <if them  Imi til lit this moment ivoiiitl niive revealed the s.-ime tlioimbt ro he pre-  doinltnirliii.': "What is lie drivina in'?"  Nuiiiii appeared distinctly surprised  at iwo things llrst. Unit the writer ol  tin* stnrv hml resumed: second, "that  Uupuy shouiii he so tntiiiliiii with tue  mutter. He tiiuU 11 step toward the  latter  *r������{eSlgned'!" he asked In reverberating tones. "How do n>u kuow'?" Be-  tore Dupuy could answer Noiitn wheeled on McHenry. "Is n -a. wn.-ir ;impii.i- I  snys?" he asfced or the ruuiiugjtig editor.  "Yes. str "  White's his nnme?" :,  Wheeler I'mrii)." '������������������������������������  What did he resiun for''"  "Some ol the bin advertisers forced  hlm to." tidiiiltU'd txicHeiiry r-nniiy.  A    look    ot    understanding    tutted  across  Nolan's   face     He  slutted  nis  Hit* sensation thilt"- glance Troto McHenry to Dupuy. 1 beu.  wlto a siunllii-uul_ smile, lie sunt:   '  "1  see voii uvv stui on the job. Bd  xi  Well.' It's t/UBlness"- began tb'eiob-.  byist deUant'iy.   Hut .Noinu j-vouid oot  (Continued.)  CHAI'TKK  IV. '  HE   deci'ii-iiiiou   ol'   the   new  owu'er   ot   the   Advance   that  he wus im less a personage  tliiiu  the  blacklist   victim of  i  seat He did not recognize- the- voice,  nor did an*, one else in the smoky <-tfy  room, as curious upraised fairs around  'nim testifier), ll caine from the managing editor's room however, so he  hastened to respond, .wondering what  ^t couid mean  Hrund t-itti-i-i'd McHenry's attirt-nnd \  , faced the itirce meu. his surprise in- j  j creasing a.- he s.-iw from the altitudes j  I <if McH.'iiry and I'upuy Hint ii huge. ���������  | i-iiwimiied. bronzed faced sfrnnirer, up* I.  | '���������ureiiil.v doiiiiu������if.d lhe situation i  j '"io'*" in in lliatiil Inquiringly' to  j the sirnuget whom he pniced as the  j owner ot the vi.ice, liei-uiise he knew  j !t Imd not iiei-n Mcllcury's or lm-  I puy's  am Nolan, the new owner." greet-  j p(l the stranger  I    Brand stepped  forward nnd offered  I his hnnd, which Nolan grasped  j    "Ilnw do you do*  Mr   NolnnV" tbe  j reporter greeted   hitn, endeavoring to  figure just   what  ihe mysierioiis pro-  I ceedlng portended  I    .Nolnn iveni stnilglir to the poiut  ]    "So you've been tired for  tbat  Bar-  j telmy article, have you?" he asked.  [    "Yes. sir."     )'    *   .   .   Ai  j    A'otan uirned'and shot n triumphant  glare ar McHenry and Dupuy.    Then  he caused  ihe  blood   to  rush  almost  blitidlugly Into tlie.head of ihe young-  reporter   when    he    swung    arounri  WHERE THE WHEAT GOES  PROFESSIONAL EATERS,  ELABORATE vM^HINtrM*    THT  RECEIVES IT|ATkoNtoON;  years biieU created  would n cannon simi   iu the dreamy  solitude of ihe sylvan dells ot Arciidy.  JDupuy fell buck as though struck by i DuP"-v'.";  a violetir blow   And. indeed, be and bis  Interests would  Have every  reason to ���������  ---y ������  t- ���������   ��������� ,   ���������       ., . ...  believe, he now Knew-full  well, ibat    "X��������� '������>���������������'    '.'"<<������������������<������ ^t.y; more j grasped  Brands un... drew bin. oy|r  thev had tn ull truth anew euemy to    important than conjecture as to Du-  combat,   an   etiemv  ;imt   would   cost i .P������V������ nivtlvt*,i uoncrowded,bis brain,  then,  dearly  lt   he  were  to  be  vu$ !    "Where is  tdmna  now t    be  asked  flUlBbed. -J ! sternly ot .McHenry.  -You-you are .lerrv Dolan. and you I    "1 ''������������k *������* ���������* lu Uie ������������������������������������������.��������� room inow'  owu the Advance;" the lawyer cried J sir." po.utl.ij; ,.. ihe door at bis lett.  choklnglv.   "Whnt  are we comm-.- ro !    Tbe new proprieto. strode iu.pu.mve-  : ly to the doorway  and caned at the  top    ptteh   ol    his    powerful    voice:  ���������next?" he Unruly managed to say after  -desperate effort to eaiin hirns'eit  Jerry Nolan, for none other than the   "Wheeler Brand:   Wheeler B������and!"  old time strike lender it was. enriched  by bis rolutntr operations in the rock  ribbed Nevada bills, thrilled with the  realization that he wus uow in a position to strike terror into the henna  and souls ot those who hud attempted  to destroy bim and his loved ones. He  knew that he had in his power tbe  ineii who bad almost succeeded in their  deaigus against turn twelve years before.  Mc'nenry. nt first even more pu-zzled  -^tfaao-Uupiryaind^jvfjji was t>e,od_lns_ tor*  ward, with an expression' of deepest  Interest and concern implanted ou hts  ���������features, bewail to understand tbe situation more clearly when he heard his  new employer say iu a voice tlmi pulsated witb determination:  "Yes, lid Uupuy, I am Jerry Dnlan,  aud I am, twvk in the out town to pay  my respects to tuy friends and ur^r*  hi* voice shook-'to iny eueuiies."  Tbe whole truth now dawned upon  the iitnuzod McHenry and also' upon"  Dupuy, who had been dealing with  men long enough .to kno>v. that bis  only successful pose at the "present  momentous time would be a conciliatory ono. He must at nil hazards  ���������mootb over tblN duuverous factor In  tbe city's affairs, tbe returned Jerry  Dolnn, und persundu hi in that tie wiu  now bts friend.  "Well, well," Diipuy began Inprrrtl*  fltlhjrly, HlinuliiUni; n stcldy smile,  ���������"thin Is n most interesilne tnpetliiK*-  most InterPRtlti)!, Imleed." Ue luuxbed  as kindly as the nervously contractlriit  , tmuMclifs of his thront would permit  ���������; "Biit It Is limp now to let bygone.*, be  bycones. eh.-.Mr-er-iih"- lie rigiiin  thrust forward the Inind that the  newspaper proprietor hud refused to  jrrstsp.  "Nolnn." answered tl������> newcomer In  bis dppp. stroiiB I'Dlco. "N-o-l*n*n. wltb  an 'N' nnd not n 'D' on the front end  of It Tlmt'ti my nnnie now. I had to  rb������njro It" He slopped abruptly and  Again directed Uis durli eyes mennc*  Inaly on the face of the man opposite  l������lm',"*Aft<*r a fPW niouioitts lie contiii,-  uwl: "You see, BU Dupuy. 1 wnn  ���������blacklisted ns Dolun. Likely you'll  remoniher thnt too."  Nolnn reached out nud. aclr.lnR Du������  puy's ImiKl, held ir firmly, Mpffenry,  nt one side, wUiiphmpiI with n distinct  ���������linoU what he uiidei-HtiKHl n������ Noliirt'*  ���������uddeti resolve to, as Uupuy Iind kiu;-  RtftPd, let "liyRoiies lie liy-soiies," els������  ���������why should tie shake hands with the  man? Impuy nlMi fijir, a thrill of,pleas.  ure. even of triumph, an the oijp llmo  chalrrniiri of Hie Street Itnllwny Work*  nn.' union warmly kIiooU bis band.  I>upuy stulleil nnd, bowing pleitsniitly,  eminyi'd to wllhdrnw his linml from  Nolan's grip nnd step iiwity. lint hi*  amlln liirneij to u wrlnUleil com ruction  of bis facial muscle*, Indiciums  nentent palu. The glnnt Jinnd of the  .".-striker, et-tiilner, wus rliiKlng wllh  rmstilriff force nroiiiul tlio lawyer lobbyist's flngers ,nnd knuckles, It did  not ������*/(*.<��������� to crunli. try ns jiupuy  tnluht to wrest bin liniiil free. At the  inoiiM'iit sslirii he fell Unit he must  scream In Ills pnln or else erlhglniilj'  /l'l*>nil for mercy N������lnn'������ grip partially  . ;..������..!. ' ���������-" *���������*���������"������"��������������� *rr*nnwT to mie  ������������������'lift, .A, erlm smile made Irs wny Into  *'���������" furrows, won tn nulleriim itutf va  Vfltlon III Die .N.-lHif.-i intuitu: iiitm-t  ���������������d d������~������������t*i'* ?"W r������-'i*iii������������������. ihn murk*  fd Nolitn's il-m*.'!*.  "Vim *ee. I'm ������iroiii>ei than ynu now,  I'-.-*  '..',., .;    !'��������� "   " k  "triintr*"?  tliun me iw"ii������i ,w*.'ir> hut,* 'mv nud  ItHrtelm*) li.-tu.vM *..u ��������� a grem ������tgD  ent _\mtl hlin an he hin*ll.i|  linpuv m.\\ iiiivnic ii.-.-d bis bund.  *ruii|H^i II ���������.marti) ������nit itn- other to  rmttiirt', tb** ctnuinit.,11 i.i m������. UiltleUi*it  '-"���������iw     He wft^fi.-ii ii mu)   io pick  up  III*. .I1.-TI ...ll  \.������iiin ihiw fld.fret.wi McHenry wao  ttSil Aflttftt fllill������cil    il  l||" dr*.*.  Von re ihr nmiiHKii.it mttttaT'  . -���������if* *n."  "vti'ti. I )n**f w*mi to t������ll yon ihnt  thnt *������������������������ ��������� mt* aris w *oii nan itiwiut  *%���������������, .,'t*. -iti-tm-rXtr J Hit St- Itsiieiiiijr.  fhlaii l)M,-nli.K " fi������. Mil I Ml to M.ilniry.  "Htte (ifi������nr������������"t .���������������������.���������������������?.������������������* ������..., Mii-i-j.  **t." At^.itw. nt** i-niMt* l������ mtm. nitA  lie nrtd.il. X\)m wtis ll ful up llutt  * |.������t.-������f **  tmvn* te%% ftw������ b* mtmt enamem w������ M������v  Aa be had hurried from the nuiniiR-  iDg ediror's room urter  his dismissal  Ifrom -the   Advance    Wheeler    Braud  I striiKfjied valiantly ajriiiust .a wave ot  i dlseouruKeuieiit that assailed hlm and  i for a  nioineut  or  two threatened  to  i overwhelm.   "Discharged tor *beatitig'  the town on the story or the yeaT." he  I muttered    "Well.   I'll   try   to get  on  across , the    street."    be , concluded,  i -"across tbe street" meaulup theUnm-d-  _j_____jbe bitter rival ot the Advance.  He went to one otmiPinnR-oait-tiiblea-  lu   the city   room, where'he  seated  i bimself next lo  lllugiiis. the leading  police reporter ot lhe paper, and began nervously to tluish the story ot a  new bunk   merger   on   which  he  bad  beeu working wben summoned by Me-  Ileury    When he tiulshed he ltud the  l pages of copy on llie eiiy,.editor's desk.  * He drugged a chair to a window, sat  \ dowu and gazed moodily down at the  i'crowds of people -nurryiug along the  ! street below.  !     It  was  not his dismissal from the  | staff which chiefly concerned him.  He  i was certain of obtalulrif* a uot her posl-  j tion.'    In   fact,   Ms* reputation   along  I Newspaper   row   was   such,   nnd   he  felt Justifiable pride nt the thought,  tbat he would be nt work wit bio twenty iuiuutes nfter leaving the Advmice  odlce It he so desired,    But what did/  occupy his mind to the exclusion of at-  most everything else was the consideration of what view Judith Biirteimy  would take when she heard the hews  of his dismissal,   She had warned htm  I that he was siiertucltig his future in  his   iittiicks  on   the  powers   that  be.  | l.ndmlliiedly now she would be cun-  i viiiced. as some ol his friends had ui-  j ready   endeavored   io   convince   her,  1 tlmi. after all,  he was n I aim tic, nu  Impractical dreamer,   who could  not  a uipltsh his anilililoh to ngiu what  Ue believed to be grent wrongs, who  could not, moreover, escape summary  dlNiiilssiti from his puper. Uut ne  must go ou. He would go ou. llu  would go thnt very night to a news-  pliper that whuid not suppress nor  quiiUfy the truth, nm*- thut would not  distort facts nor intsrcpn'seiit n situation In order to deceive tiro public,  to which it was Ua idmy to give tbe  truth. V'ps, anil he would show the  , ble thieves of the t'lty thnt even If  they itinnitgpd to renin In sii|ierlor to  tbe )n\v nt lensi they could not remnln  superior to jnihllc opinion. The time  'bud eoine when-  to tbe iiutiiit^iiig editor's chair, beside  which that official w'as staiidlui:. uud  said. "Well.. I've cot another Job for  you" Nolan put both bunds ���������_ on  Brand's shoulders and by nSulb  strength forced turn down heavily into  the chair "Krom uow. op you sit  here." he 'announced. "You're managing editor uow."  Clo be Continued.)  THE CAMFfftR 4AW$AGE..  ��������� Wa'"*.1--       ' ,-H .  U������-4d   In ylohore   Because  of a   Malay  ',"   Superstition. *     f  oil  In .lohijre. oil the Malty; peninsula,  there is Mjnployeil one^-ot J^ riiniugest  lungunges lu the world, used for a  most .cuMous'< iiuriw.'se./.- '1'his' tongue is  called , l.-,tiutaii!!w**-l_-arHir, or "ciiiiiphor  language." and i_s if .-medium 'employed  by uurjvps and others engaged lii-gra'rb*-  eriugitlje'product of tbe Malayan canU  TTBo"r4-reerbat-otily~wher!-tbey_ui'fl_tt^  work.:  It is a superstition of thesp natives  rjbut fiboi-ld rliey use.^he language of  the district, the .MalayoMbeiiWiriginal  .lakiiu, rbey would be unable to obtain  their camphor.' :   '   .: *        ,,  The Malay natives firmly helleve  that each species of tree has a Bplrtt or  guardian angel that presides over Its  affairs, tbls spirit being knowjS by the  mime of Blsnn, This divinity's restlug  place Is near the trees. Then, too, the  spirit of the camphor tree Is held to .be  extremely Jealous of the precious gum.  so that It becomes necessary to propitiate her. Inasmuch as she would,  should she leiirn thut hunters were In  quest of It. endeavor to Interpose ob*  stncles to their iiilsslou. Accordingly  the natives spend In a tongue that tlui  tree spirit may nol'understand- It waa  for tills purpose tlmt the mysterious  "ouuiplior liiugtinge" wiih Invented, nud  tt consists of un odd cnlsttire of Jnfctiu  and .MnIny words thnt hnve open curiously tillered und rever������ed.--Hurper'8  Weekly. "-,,,.-  Strange Barge Interviews the Wheat  > Laden Vessels, on Their Arrival  and by Means of Ingenious Devices Relieves Them of Their Burden���������All the 'Old System of Lightening  Is Done Away With.  Grain flows in  a vast stprm  from  Canada to London. '. .'  How is   it handled   on   its  'arrival  .thers:' .   ' ;  Five   years   ago   there   was ' towed  across   the Thames   irom Mil wall   to  the Surrey Commercial Pocks a ctiri  ous    vessel,   -rather,   larger   than   V j  Thames sailing-barge; the hull low in i  t|fe_water, a great.square iron't-aiik at.,-  ���������bottf.ends.; above her iron decks were  (Po masts and spars, neither had she  :*Bt   all tlie appearance; 6(   an,'*- ordjjh-  ^ary steamship.*.,.- But instead two enormous towers, and three' funnels 'or  chimneys reared themselves high into  the  air.  All other craft, drew .aside, as slow  ly rjnd making heavy weather of lhe  rurvrjing ,.tide,\:ihis strangest of ,all  vesspls passed * from bank to bank  an&fchiactV its first and. only -voyage-in  saMy. 1 f   '^.    '  Tnis jfras the new pRMimntjic elbva-  tor for grain built by the Eilst Ferry  Engineering Works. Arrived in-the  ���������Surrey Docks, she caused ji {oelinp  almnst of consternation and alarm,  eo peculiar was* herr-appearrtnee. i  Captains of liners^ masters of sailing ships, mates ��������� who had Visited  every clime���������none in firry port had  seen a vessel such as. this, even-|'the  ���������fo'c'stle wit. for once was silerTced,  Foreign sailors were given to understand this was thejntest torppdo-J6oat.  for. as' the engineer said, "Youjcan  see all the tubes!" $  But very soon speculations .[were  set at rest, as, the leviathan was'.towed alongside one of the grain' steamers in dock. ' Somewhere < front the  upper part of each tower four'i six-  inch tubes of metal or armadillo  hose-pipe were let clown into the/grain  ___the steamer's hold, barges ��������� were  brougfir"uTnoT^^  CRATER-LAKES.    '  Mexico Haa Soma of the Moat Perfect  ot These Peaceful Pools.  The mere words "crater lake" carry  with iiii-iii ri chnriii nnd mystery that  nre nkm ro rormuice. But Mexico,  with nil her I'oiimiice, hns never given  iihronil nry description of some of the  niosi lieniulfiil chiter Inkea In the  world Vnlle de Santiago; n little  tuwn of, the suite'of tluuinijiinto.  boiisis four 'of the most pei'tect and  beaiillfiil of such hi lies.  The   vllluge   nestles   nniong  eleven  crniers. all formed In some past nge by  sudden explimlous from the li'terlor of  Hie earth, ei|������lo������lons thnt blew out n  grent  iiiboiiin' of enrth.' formed  low  cones nnd  subsided   without  flow of j bkiiIii set in motion  ���������linn or otliv.t ileuuiiis.trntlnii tluih the j now appi'iired at the tofl of the two  single expiiHon    they rnH'Wbiif flnr.iobbmcys,--whnt   wn*  hn|>pr>/iltigp  known 'to wfi'tKf*' na ���������������������������xplimlotr cru-' 'The'grain, siickeil   up out   of   the  ters  tor-at,the base of-each tower-r-some  with sacks are stlilrding lfttle groups  p. ipen assembled on pUitforifis ex-  ' _5ectfl'rtt*jtist rtifierffJit1 sixifihoq^ pro-  jeeting overhoad���������smoke i was' w^in to  ^be issuing from the taller and pi acker  of the three chimneys; and then, a  low, deep, regular sound was heard���������  "Heujh! heujh! heujh !"-~Iilfc the  pantinp ot some-, enormous animal.  With each breath from the top of the  other two chimneys ciime-' filmly  rings, much as rings of, BtnoJie nre  blown by a ci'.'iirette-smoker���������})ie four  great air-suction cylinders in tjie hold  flf the eWiitor hnd been-fset. ht work.  A few seconds bitiji*. througli*i one of  the six shoots oyer ��������� .tH'Ti'theaiJ* of the  little group of do_kfln-u.|SWish! cam"  tlic grain, 2<t*l'i.. ep,uiv.alent to ii sack  of four hushola-^pjji wrfeiit, '^weighed  nnd checked mitoniiiticiilly up in the  tower. ',',-Swish.l swish!" as fine shot  after another delivered the irrnin,  either to lie shot in hulk into the  hnrge below or put into n sack and  then turn hied overboard.  The elevator was designed to deal  with 160 tons of grain, nn hour, but,  ort her trial.,.211 .tons of grain' pnssnd  through tho wei-ihing-ttiticlihies in  one' hour. Yet still niintlier surprise  wns in '���������torn Two tanks, trnvelini*  on roils, hnd hitely been /niton ������  gallery high up on the lace of nn  ndineent warehouse, fifty or .sixty loci  Above the ground, None of the on.  lookers quite knew what these tanks  hnd been placed there for, or why the  little gnllery with its. Niilwny hnd  lieon built. TI'"so' tanks were connected by two stouter tubes-to points  jusf under tho centres of prieh Iowpt,  -' No men clustered on' tho littlo platforms and the eornhhoots were unhooked No bnrgps moored themselves nmiiust tlio elevator's sid<'������-  Th<  h  pressure, two small   wheel**   on   the  exhntisf-(il|n' of the tiir-cyliiidors were  turned nnd the machine tor suction  No filmv rinns  Singular    Custom     Still     Prevailing  Among Indians of tha Northwest.  ; . Many striking customs of their  1 past aro_ still preserved by the In-  i dians of the Northwest, and of these  '. uono is more interesting -than a  ! peculiar practice yet followed by the  | Sioux. It appears that from time  i imni"morial these Sioux have ad-  ��������� hered to an etiquette whereby it is  I the bounded duty of the host to  I supply-bis gueat.with all. the food hu  * nay desire, and. as a -rule, the' iip-  | oortionrrient set before the visiting  | liidian is irt excess of the capacity of  \ :i single mnn. ���������_��������� ���������'  ,    On the other   hand, liy the   same  jnsto. ii,  tjie guest  is ol Jiged   to eat  ill that is placed before hiii,/-\lse Jie  ,-rossly  insults his entertainer.  Now.  t was found'that this,priictic(? would  vork a., hardship, but, instead of dis-  icnsing-with the custom,, lhe Indian  ncthod of reasoning wim applied, and  vhat is   known   as the   professional  ���������atar was brought to the' fi'ont.  While the guest is supposed to eat  11 ".that   is   placed   before   him,   il,  'Tves. thp'same-purpose if his nnigh-  .r assists' in devouring ' the bnunti-  il repast,' the main objoct being   to  save) the plate clean when the meal  shall  be  finished.  It is not always practicable to depend upon a neighbor at table to  assist in getting-away with a large  dinner, and in order to insure tlie  final consumption of the allotted portion visiting Indians call upon these  professional eaters, whose duty it is  to sit beside them through a meal  and "cat what the guest cannot stow  away.  The professional eaters are i never  looked upon in the light of guests,  but more as traveling companions  wiuvn particular duty to perform.  These eaters receive from $1 to $2  and even $3 for each meal where  they assist. , It is stated that one of  the professional eaters was known to  have disposed of some seven pounds  of beef at a sitting. . ���������  ','.-'The Unblessed Meek. ,.  Bishop Farthing of Montreal is a'  man; of- striking and aggressive personality: In tne old days, when he  was rector of a church in the diocese  of Htiron.. he showed on more thiin  -me.occasion that he was noi one of  those clergymen who believe in letting  sleeping uogs lie. He never took a  jpassive attitude for the sake of peace  when he fffH~thatrh"e-ought-to-t������ke-ao--  tion in any matter, and on -inure than,  one occasion he displayed his dis-;j  approval/if men.-who were inclined to ;  be perfectly'satisfied .,so long as.-Sun-jj  day came round onoe every seven"ilays'i  and tlius gave them a charice to air ;  their eloquence. ������ ���������    : ��������� j  Seycra^l years ago. Canon Farthing j  was  visiting   in  Toronto  during . the. ���������  meeting of  the  Syno^d,  and  on  that j  occasion he took the opportunity  to j  express his "disapproval of tht passive I  type of man.   He described how they  gave th6.**who1e church a reputation  which did' n'ot fit with its chuhj to being militant, and told a story to illustrate his point-.  He said n certain Anglican rector  ���������lisooverod that the district in which  he- labored, explained a man who de-j  served'to'be brought1 to boalj' fora *ar..,,J,  ies. of -offences against the cotiiiniinity, ,  He mhs a bold bully iii thojocality, \  occnuso tirer'e had been no' ono to i  jriiig hinr,fo book^.so the clcrgyiniiii I  started things,moving.. When tlie nmn j  went, to his lawyer, the legnl gentle. |  niau asked how the prosecutions .were J  started, nnd tho man,told.hitn.     "     '  "1 nnvsuryiri-sod to. hear thnt." snid i  the lawyer, "I nlwnys hnd n gront re- '  spect for Anglican clergymen', as I  uuiiiglit tlu-y never took'tho'trouble  to uitoitoio with anything." . ���������  f  IS BOOSTING WINNIPEG  ! FRED.  W.  HEUBACH   GREW    UP*  i       WITH  THE PRAIRIE CITY.  He Is the Latest President of the-  Development and Industrial Bur*-  eau and Remembers the First'  Smokestack In the Town���������Object  ol Organization Is to Make Winnipeg a Manufacturing Centre.'  In Winninee they hnve n very live--  ly orgnnizjition. known as the Development nnd Industrial RurCiiu. Thia-  .enterprising body of missionnries' in*  the indiistriid 'field Vepresent a hundred" and ftftv business houses of"'  VVi-tminPii, inclydipe ; factories * and*1  warehouses, <nnd the.v ;,cor*rnI nri-  output of mote thnn a hundred, "million dollars n yonr. whicii is rapidlv  increasing. The real aim of the organization is to boost'Winnipeg h-t  a oity of smokestacks and transformers as well as of box cars and railway  sidings..   They   are  succeedui<r   verj-  Ounnda'on the Water.  Potninlng its p6sition'u'{ tentU plnce  in the agt'r..'gnte of the world's shipping, .the Dominion of Canada had* on,  its register books nt the. end of hist  year, 7,768 vessels inens.urjng , 71-8..'l.'13  tons, nn incrense .of 100 veiise'ls niiu  I0,!)20 tons n������ eojiijiared with the cor  responding   yeur...   The   number   of  stonniprn on the rV>_l������tcr ,l)ook*. on the,  same dnte wuh 3;22D, with ti Brrils ton.  ,. ,   .        .    ..    .   ..       .       ...    i .umn ol uM.tHiii.   .isHUiiiing tlu������,tfvi>rn������u  he stein., in   he hmlers down In   he      ,      Jf)  ))e   m the  rtfferegnte  old of  llie elcviiior  was Minder  full    vuit|(. 0f'n,������t te ~ ���������������������������������������������.-  F   W.^HEUUACH.   .���������,:'  well;  so' well -that   "rnade-tn-Winni-  peg" is getting   to   he   n very   goorf  understudy to"; "made-in-Cnnadn."  ���������_ The newest nresiderit"of the: Bureau-  is Fred. ,W. Heuhach. who has beerv  in Winnipeg-���������������). long that he, remem-  "bTrs_^iren-the-on!y-smokesta<>k--.there'--.  wa,s the ohirnnpy of old Fort Garry.  He-went tliere;.in 1879 just v������'henrth������-  N.P.  with   its   smokestnek ;progriinr  'was beginning/to be worked "out, At'-  that time he was nn ofncinl of tlic-  Hudson Buy Co, At pmsent ,he. is-  one of the wealthy men in Winnipeg;-  was one of the original prflrnoters���������  the most, aggre'ssiye���������one���������of .the Wirt'  nipeg Industrial Kxhibition:;'n shrewd?  business man���������hs good ns the best in  Winnipeg, which   is   saying.' a good!  'deal. :    -- ������������������������������������A{--,-   . '-���������  ...But ho is nlso a philnnthfopistj no  partiffiilar sriforge nhout tlud���������thoii/lv  one large, item to his credjt is the-  gift .of a hppdred nnd sixty acres of  land fo lhe ���������'���������University Commission.  This land is next to the Agrieiilturiif.  ,College and the new city _park.  .' - - *'��������� '" ' '/..''., t^ifrrr '--7T'',r "**;      '* ' "  , v   Old Estate* ori the rWftrket.  .'Tlie, vsiiitc*' ��������� dl[, Fuskiilfe. Clun>~  more. HnllyViitknh,' nnd! Struloclu  whieii*..incMevt|io village of ��������� Pitlochry, Ffen y'Vrnckie.nnol the Pnsi*-  of Killie^imkip, are to bo'offered for  Rule ns n wlMd' or. in' eight lots in'  London shortly. The historiciil inter-  "eWof thp +*>nd to he ..sold Is pxcep-  tionnl. The Culi|oo"',:,monks of St.  'Cphimlm'ti. time, rpfrpn.ed to Fiio*-  ���������MI|y.,,tlien,kii'owh ns Pysnrt, for soli-  tude nnd pi'ayr>rl-������n*rl the.Druids wew  also closely nssoeintod with the lornl-  ity, .*.IJoiV j. .Ynicjkie Is the only mountain iti'the Gfirtnpiim range of purely*  .yolennie origin, nnd the lavu cover*  ing lu 1,000 feet thick. .Ilriiee, Oimera  Mary, Jjrince , Chnrlle, ,ntid driver-  hdulo-hji've jill/journoyeilUirougl) Die-  lumoutt Pus*. '  gistered tonhngo would  bu m,66(1,61)0', ' '',���������,���������'  The  number of new ��������� vessels  built1  nnd  registered during thu year wu* ;  887, inoiisuring 26,300 tons'net. ' HstUi  inotlng the. vnluo of now Uuuuigo nt j  $48 jwrfou givon it Uititl of fl.lilHiJWi  _._....        ...       .      _ , for new veswls,   During the yenr B4������ i  kJUlri.'.w������s._������yiii������.b!owii. by the exhniist j v,)H���������fljH Wl,ru' rom0vud from tho register!  'iti,������ A.in. r.iuitiitnmmm ria^ib* nemlor  *iLd.f"m the cylinders,   up the   twn ' books.'' .      ���������  i ���������������������������- ���������������* *v},*te*** mm .,i^.TiA:"; >;r iSvi S .��������� !?,;^T.,,%x,1r5r?,,-t,,���������  forests or rt.oiit.rtili.  wjireHses, ^j.ml  ,f|(l f.|f.Var,ir������ blow the grnln Dint it!    Ontario li'ml* In the nutrthor of vph.  the enlrn MI.M'e U ������Hliii(u,'  w:irefmft:������ v,,.  tutin'd' impossible to deal with it | H;d������i, with Novn Scotln n elw second  Init   tbey   tire   HtlrM'f )hi������*iiii'i*s "ll,v , in ���������nfty. T^viiry wavdiouse I The former hns 2,'Hll with Ui'nnu������e of  ! twsslrm  bre������*/cs. JindMlle  Iree*. .wUl, ,   T|i������ ;_(ft   of  such   art  elevator  I* ] aus.&oa wuHliu*>lnitor,a,058 with 100,'M  I   wttvt* nlmv** in lhe ������Wr4.. .Irtit���������1p. u   ������!"'' ������_yW-. ?>������������������������ ������ ".w.nf ������*������������������'������������ i tonn'wee. -_'��������� ���������'    .  i eniiet mUv Uttrj.'Is ijntu tproutti. tlmi! mw ��������� i/^itlriNl,   The  hull, low-r*  -iuj;   I '������1ll Mir H. ������i,������l evv.n H t.uw> w.si   ni!.' "'I wtfhwnrrnlly   arm   mad-*   of      . ���������    M���������h������ , WtM Anywny,  I   .....".;..; '.:.....,Lm .Lr.i.Z'i  ���������_i*. mm'*tei*i pbttt-n, nnd tJt(ifol,hiWitiif.Hr������. the|     ,��������� _   .,_������������������   _,  ,���������.,   _, ��������� __���������_,  ' '! VI!  1   Its  |MW������..1,r.re,.iesrI|.pleH,tl.ol t^ftt **   'tr|^,fc!. ,;���������"^^J^;    ftHtf.   *,*  thoilgli they would' be swulliiMcd t*re t 1,,,^   V3, .,,���������,. j,n.n*jth, 27'feet; dCpth,  ������������������1lM'.v nn. |>m������n.   I'encelli'Hlwi.liI wilh-j J4.J,.,,,,,',   incbiis,   drau������ht,   11   feet;  , put tt, ijiennliiB initlA otu������''lles ������(Wnl dn I Ivjj^hl. nhove whll������r-llno, <12 feet; 111*.  .iu. '���������lur*. '.rf thicti a etvttr,. ;������>ji.u mic,.i ] pUwiiicut, t utin  torn*.   Tlin   audio!  il lake til Ills f.i'l.-We������*MU ij.*'-"*-        j      *"'"'" "' ' ,r  ih" ,"<'"    an'1   th  lt-We������^MU ft?  '^TirfffiW^mrkal Managtra.  i'^tytit MU* Una Aahwall, tben S\i������t  /������(-j������iru(l������ Kill, n, arid -wr* Ml** Rvelyn  V: Miprird lm* uiitmunecij her Imentiou'  *\.A\ taing Into thafitt,l*Vfc1"rt(nn*|i������.nteBt.  '������������.������ W���������".*:��������� '' ''"'���������' '���������' '"I'l'IrrM* ot  l^n-  Ml  'eya^tifurp, lor a* nn actre**  u  tha  I Jjnd.  ���������' If' *Wh*_iJi"f>*'l Y"i<*h fw.pul/ifirv anj  **   ifnmiLWWef'^jTift c������ the llrie.t elocv-  i   j ttynhiu. ������mpii8������i������������������ livlntk ^ciri!*.eii.< aii1.  '    !;iMi������iitjMt, Hlitb* fir it place. U ndopt  I m tetee? ^p������ taeim, .Mi*t Harah  Thoriw, hrtwWr. grty^ ber a elmtte**  i in Slhiik������*fi������>������fr**������������ *������d other pnrt*, Iter  DrA **ti]t*m htring ������������. ��������� week. That  - - wa** neatly twenl-j  >..u* .....    Mi,.-  MilUrd'������ fir*t l/������nd������ri mere* wun.na,  Vlavin tn "T)t������ Prisoner of %*tu.������."    <  *'!*������������������������������������( mn* iv* *i*tti, ���������������! ������(ir������*  "tt'tlce.cl     ffninif*     XV hr,  Ibe Mrir ol Smmn fauw-  iiIkiv# (tie tliMltji of the  ���������iriimrni* m*.  lb.* rlun  iftritre im������.    Itria������������������l'-.s.'?**<.������ teetiu n*m  mim-  rtta Oraln Canaui.  flrnii* ni%4Mhor mid cmp������ f������r thn  t*'(,.*r. !.-r hf.**������  > ert.f������* will I������j������  'I  fr  Mr*M-" ; buntnat *'i IWI ������ilH������  '!" *" ZT \^aTthm lliUiK ������1the e- mm   lb*  Tett-iirntihj*   S^^^^Ur* ****���������**. wt\, br* 9ntb.  ��������� fir  "t   .}t������*.   *ptm. jj^r (n  ibr v.ttr 11,���������������, the  re-  more**  etmi U������*r  i*,t%m "%*t mWm*rratmwndf  In n druit storn not iv. thounapd  miles front hero tlm apprentice wns  filling, hi* first' prescription, and  H*Ireri jie had' handed it to the Indy  he told lier 1,1 wnn n dnllnr and ten  centa. Wie. paid .the ilollnr and ���������*'���������*������.  n������.| nfter ������he Iind Bonn he informed  thr*'proprietor "tlmt the uoiiai nur  .ciiiilitt:ik'i,i(,, ,7),i f/)-fi���������ih'tf'T turned In  his elmir nnd HiiUl: "Well, ' how  abotil tlw tm������������������, cents���������la that good  moneyi" The young ujnn nnswered  in the nmriiintive. "Oh, well; the  proprlclor replied, ''that'* not no had  -,t\   .-..A,',', .....'.    i ,-;:-i-m'| "    ITitfiwnrth  Progrenav ��������� ��������� ��������� . ���������    -.'������������������_���������   ��������� ������it."������>' ' ';���������   ' 'T  *,   Valuahlt OM Wreck  Locatid.  The a'rifck'nf the veswd Brunswick  _;-!������   -I.������    .,���������,.    Arm-mn     I...   u.i.1,     tbm I **���������������*���������������>������     **    MJll      JO      COntaltl       f4f|0.(lfln  grrrin alio,wit ,drftwo  up vvith  lhe,1 ^ ,)f WIjnu(,;,ul ti������k lam!^r in n  ���������*���������������<���������...* .,.-,���������,.. ,.,.,.i.i .    ii    orni��������� * B'"^ **iVt* "��������� l������r������*nrvatlon, lm* lieen  la sh.f. ''r','7r',\^,'",,ft"^lh.l'"ilf"''" W.>at|ey, Ont.   The Hmnswick  *lj..v,    ;������������������������������������     1    ,x-r  th.-  ..nfran*.,������   ..f f(   (     h     f ���������    ������������������,  Ht,n k, ��������� Mnrm  " l"        ,JL    \H   'l.im">  ���������������**  hibe  when  fhe  captain  and f  ". Vi"     fr*,t    Jl!T   *r"in:i������'r^ ot hit crew made tlwir ������ac������p������  out  H-Toush tl... piK at  ������hs   l.y ,*|mi������lof.to .how. >  lop ������.t  .-jn h  canister, dnwn  through1 -   _ L  t*\e pvllider tind out at th* eihatul**. !��������� LT. Uafik>t  Uan>  Tf.. rtAti m> -unwbtiii* pn**** thronth 1    ,,_. ...      7.   ���������_.    *   .  ihe aWfca.   ..hich   are simply atr-.     ?*������* *������* '>n ������ "?nt lo.**���������*****���������  tijrfit tiim*T*|.������ re<rnWinc  nrwtti tart* ,t*. tw*nty-tw*  nl.wMnff iKiiwr Ifllb.  lleloW   lict ������   ,i|,*   luul   y,,'iti h.n/V r*  worki*d b> ������ iTosa compound ������"r-  fice condensing st<*am'-pngine, work-  Imi rtrV ���������IrVi.KW'.h.p.i M) b.p, is ������if-  fici"pt������ lor "itiction only,  Th'- air-cylinder*    ctthiitmt th>   nlr  Irom iT,ii* i*ioi������v I*,    .ui  \w,��������� .-.'.A.,  to rusfi  up thcM', pirns,  whose'erid*  ,        , are dawn in fir- ludd <J the vow^J,���������  llrie.t ehrcV'^j,!,,. Wi-irdcr to fill the  ed.^n lh1* fa  oj tW-i   IhIh'I  ^irlfr*.  * are in  tli" grain.   *)hat  the ������n������i  air,  ������y ������  rn*l������<  yer miiHit  *t m luii. i f������rtnl������ utM.n the sand* of timer"  reroin%inntim._.A^���������   ���������m % wm u'|tf Wfn  J 6*������iard������*Hv.  i up my truck*.''  '  ''     babrbaga* In Plad;a,  Tliero is one p/iwnbrojilng estnbllfh'  ment In connection with Covent Gnr-  don market thnt in absolutely without!  H^U'ul. .yhit pnwtibroWng licen*p en-  ftblts'iho' holder to lend money oi������  gnrdeii ntul other produce by ipeclnf  .t'at.UriK.'tn tli|it only,Jjold good for for*  ly*elght 'hour* n*������ fluj'dxtreme limit.  Many u good lornl of fruit, llowori or  veg'etnhlcl thnt mny nrrlvo Into for  oiio tnnrket or thnt mny not bo in-  stnntly Riilnble ii pledged, Next  ���������riornliig the miff, enn either be to-  deemed or sold' by tlio broker.���������Lori*  don Unrphie.  Ntw Kind of Rubbtr,  '' A* ft result of several rubber flota*  tlonn in llrlti-ih Guiann, n Inrgc  urnbunt of enpltnl will bo introducad,  ami it li believed the compnnlo* will  t������e Kucce/iit/ulJy worked, a proi-fierou.*  future for the colony ia am-ured. Aia  Aniericnn rubber expert, Mr, lvdwnr;!1  KdwnriU, him ntnrtled the colony by  *Uitii>n thnt he knows ol the ex I-it*  eiiee of ii 'variety of rubber which *o*  fnr Ims csenpod the notice ol rubber  grower* there, It U iringriiUcoirt, it mi  I* onlv to hn ������een In th������ Gulirnnl, but  ha will not lay exactly niieia.  Antiquity ol Golf.  '��������� The royal and undent trams nf jrolf  mily have been tlrat plnyed by r������tY������  hUforlc Hiahlimd laddie* nrmH wltfr  their own 1rH!������tv ball I* cfuh* and ���������������  ikull. Anyway, us ofi-.ni i*. ,irM w,  Ihe miit* of ������n1l������iiilty. If* parlir������*t  impnriH.it menlmn waa in 1457, when  Ihe Scot!I������h I'lirlisment decreed tlmt  "golfe l������e utterly eryit down atvf  niwht -Mjll."..himI that arcnerjr be  practiced inatomf.  ,An Unpardonable Art.  Maflclom to r.n extrnofcilnnry <f������^  pree wa* the action of two (ila*g������W  hou*ebre������ki r������ tbt *>lrH*r ���������#������������*, wliir  were aefti-vd of buralNrir.lno a publlir  holiae, and ������ot ir������nt down for twelf.*  mo������������th������" bard, labor. After riHing th^  till, and alMlinff Ihirty In .file* of  ���������whtapey amf ������ load of cifari-ti''*. Ihrr  twined uii ������li������' flip." nf *nri*rr>1 hnrr*tn  .ami 1dtit*d*d .li* premi*.'* with 'orot  180 itaifona.of wbiakey and l.rsndy. 9-  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Wc guarantee the  perfect quality arid  absolute purity of  the tobaccos used in  the manufacture of h  SwktCaporal  Cigarettes.  Escape Too Easy  Landlord���������What's .that up there,  ���������sir?  New Arrival���������It's my airship. There  h no suitable shelter for it about here,  so I'm obliged to keep it flying up  there, see?  Landlord���������Yes, I see. My terms for  -guests with airships are cash in advance.���������Throne and Country.  Shfbh's Cure  3nloklr stops cooghs, euros colds, heala  M  throat and lungs. -   -   -25 eonta.  Ella was seen one day before the  mi'ror on a chair scrutinizing her face  in tlie glass. With a deep s gh she remarked:  "I tlon't see how God could have  given me such a nose when he knows  how particular I. am."���������Harper's  Weekly.  , A light lunch may be the result of  ���������a blonde hair in the butter.  The Retort Courteous  A one-nrtned man sat down to his  noonday luncheon in a little restaurant the other day and seated on the  right of him was a big, sympathetic  individual from the rural district. The  big fellow noticed his neighbor's left  sleeve, and kept eyeing him in a sort  of how-did-it-happen way. The one-  armed man failed to break the ice,  but continued to keep busy with his  one hnnd supplying the inner man.  At last the inquisitive one changed his  position a little; cleared his throat,  and said: "I see, sir, you have lost an  arm."- Whereupon the unfortunate  man picked up the empty sleeve with  his right hand, peered into it, looked  up with a surprised expression, and  said, "By George, sir, you're right!"  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  Old Reporter���������A well known writer  who has just died used to say he wns  never satisfied with anything he  wrote.  T.he Cub.Reporter���������That's what the  eity editor says' about what I write.  Blarney ��������� ������������������  "Mr. Roosevelt always wears a  shamrock on. St. Patrick's day," said  a hew York lawyer, ".tie is very fond  uf the Irish.. ���������'.'  "Once, illustrating the droll, fascinating humor of fat, he said that  there was a little Oyster Bay schoolboy who committed some trifling  breach of discipline.  " 'Pnelim,' said the young lady  teacher, "did you do that?'  " 'Er���������why���������' little Piielim hemmed  and hawed.  " 'Now don't deny it, Phelirn, for  I saw you,' the young lady warned  hini^  "H&elim*hung his head.  " 'Yes,' he said, 'suro nn' I tells 'em  there ain't much ye don't st-e with  them pretty brown eyes o' yourn.'  "Tlie young lady teacher smiled and  Phelim's punishment was very light."  "I think I shall learn to like that  friend of yours."  "You were favorably impressed by  him, eh?"  "Yes, indeed. He watched me playing billiards for an hour yesterday  without even suggesting how a shot  ought to be made."  Attacks of cholera and dysentery,  come quickly, there seldom being any  warning of the visit. Remedial action  must be taken just, as quickly if the  patient is to be spared great suffering  and permanent injury to the lining  membranes of the., bowels. The readi-  est preparation for the purpose is Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial'.' It  can be got at small cost at any drug  store or general dealer's, and, it will  afford relief before a doctor "can;- be  called.  Kisses are.worth their face value in  any market.  It's too late for reflection after you  and the party of the other part have  faced the parson.  it Cost $40.00  For Doctor's Visit  On Alberta's  Prairies���������DR. CHASE'S  Medicine and  Receipt  Book  ���������*-" VeT^PoptilaT'Out^TbereT-"���������"  The luxuries of city. life are little  known in the prairie homes of Western Canada. When sickness . comes  people find it necessary to depend on  their own resources to a great extent  on account of the difficulty, and expense of" a doctor's visit.   . '"���������  By reading the letter quoted here  . you will form some idea of how' Dr.  Chase's Medicines and Receipt Book  nre appreciated in Alberta. This is  not only due to the convenience of  having these medicines on hand when  occasion requires but is also owing to  their wonderful reliability.  Where will you find such a restor-  titive treatment ns Dr, Chase's'Nerve  "Food to enrich the blood*,, strengthen  tho'norves and build up the run down  system?  Mr. Geo. Clay, Oxville, Alberta,  writes: "T have nlwnya been a great  admirer of Dr. Chase's Medicines and  have had his large Receipt Book for  over twenty yeurs.   His medicines and  ubooJ^iavji_saiiuid_mfi,ji)an^  Coincidences  "I made a discovery of queer coincidences lately."  "What was it?"  "In the poultry journal you mention  it was a henpecked poet, egged on by  need of cash, who wrote that lay  about the setting sun."���������Baltimore  American. ,  and have proven wonderfully effec-  j tive. lt costs $40.00 for a doctor to  f come out here so it is rather expensive  ! to get sick. ��������� A. ���������  | "I recommended Dr. Chase's Nerve  1 Food to a friend of mine for his wife,  j He studied the symptoms in Dr.  | Chase's Almauac and found she needled Dr. Chase's Nerve Food to restore  I her wornout nervous system, I gave  ! him some' of this medicine' until he  (could get to town when lie'got two  | boxes more and those cured her ten-  ; tiroly. -. ������������������    . .        -    - '  ������������������ "For .myself,. I used Dr. Chase's  1 Cntiirrh Powder with splendid results.  I For some time I wns hnd with catarrh  [and could not breiithe through my  ! nose. Now I go to bed unci never  | wnke all night; and breathe all,  the  time through the nose."  i    Dr, Chase's Medicines nre for snle  hv nil dealers or Edninnson, Bates &  I Co,. Toronto,  Miss Million,  (of   uncertain age)-���������  The only thing that worries me is  j the wedding tour:   It will be perfectly  horrible to have peopIe__know- "   '  Hiss RosebucT; (viciouslyT--irOhT  don't worry, they'll think your his  mother." '��������� AA"     '  To Men Who.Live Inactive Lives.���������  Exercise in the open air is the best  tonic for the stomach and system  generally; but there are those*who are  compelled . to follow sedentary occupations nnd the inactivity tends to re-  strict the healthy action of the digestive orgnns nd sickness follows. Parmelee's .Vegetable Pills repulnte the  stomach.and liver and restore healthy  action, It is wise to have a packet of  the pills alwnys on hand. ������'  John Simple���������"Whnt is the worst  sell, Bill Sharper, that you hnve experienced during your long and excit-  ing career?"  Bill Sharper���������"The worst cell I ever  got was No. 24 nt Portland prison last  year, for stealing n pair of hoots."  THE MOST HUMAN PICTURE EVER PAINTED  "THE  DOCTOR"  -   ��������� ���������      ,*>  A photogravure reproduction of thla great painting, 22x28 inches in tlie���������the largeit photogravure ever  printed. PR I OE 26c.   POSTAGE PREPAID.  %  ".10BIM ADAIR."  ���������X'-    .  Famous Love Song Had  Its Original  In Eighteenth Centuty.  "Robin Adair" is one of those old-  fashioned love songs which has lived  ior more -than a century, and has retained its popularity probably more  by reason of its pretty and plaintive  melody than the words written by  Lady Caroline Keppell. It is old-  fashioned, for it must be confessed  that a lady of to-day would scarcely i  lay aside her modesty to the extent  that did Lady Keppell, to tell Robin  how much she was enamored of him.  In spite of what may be the feeling of  a ynii'ig woman in love at present, she  would hardly dare to address the object of her infection in such endearing  terms and then publish that confession to the world. She affirms that the  "town was dull without him," the "assembly stupid," and that she can  "ne'er forget him"; she prayed for  him. tried to make him jealous by confessing that "many had made love to  her," and ended by begging him to  "come to her heart again.' ���������  It was nearly a century and a half  ago since there lived in Dublin n  young Irishman named Robin Adair.  At the time he was studying for the  medical profession in that city, and  getting into, some sort* of trouble, the  exact nature of which ia not clear, he  was compelled to leave the city. He  started for .London, but on arriving  at Holyhead.he found that his purse  would not pay for the journey by  coach, and so lie* set off on foot. He  had not <rnrih far when he came upon  an overturned carriage, the owner of  which happened to be a well-known  l.'"lv of fashion. .  'i he lady had received some slight  injury, and our medical student proceeded to exercise his art in having  her set right. Presently the journey  was resumed. Robin having a place  in the carriage bound for London as  that happened to be .the lady's destination ns"w'e]l o= that of Adnir. Arriving at the'metropolis, Robin found,  himself in the possession of a check  for a hu-'drnd guineas and an invitation to visit his fellow-traveler as often as he pleased. With the money,  placed at his disposal, he completed  his medical studies, and soon acquired an excellent practice. .  One night Robin, was at. a dance  given by his benefactress, where he  met Lady Caroline Keppell, second  daughter of the Earl of Albemarle. On  both sides.it was a case of love at first  ���������iighlw-but-ita_pnurse_was-hatiirally_faj.  Thn original of thia jrrent pnint'ng, bv Luke Fllilw**, hangs In the Tale Gallery, in London, iiIhoi'i.  there by popular subscription of the British people. Never lm* hni������h depleted more powerfully the ������>x-  iironnion! of professional nmitv, mnWnnl Brief, fatherly hopefulness or childlnh hclpl^nea*, It i������  really im well na ngurntlvoly tne ntoat humnn of the world'* great works of art.  Newnpnner enterprise, baefcine modern meehiinienl proim'**, mud"* it pinodhle to put tlii*. work ot  nrt into the lunula oi the public at tin* no-riiruil com.  THE ART STORE PRIOE OF THIS  PIOTURE  WOULD  BE  $2.60.  PICTORIAL PRESS.  Bok 1889,  Winnipeg.  Knchmeil und 26 cents lor which jih-ase forward by liM until uiin cup) ol picture entitled "Tho  Doctor." Youra truly, '  Name.  A.ldrcit������.  A COPY OF THIS PICTURE IS ON VIEW AT THE  PUBLICATION OFFIOE OF THIS  PAPER  ANO CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE EDITOR FOR THE SAME PRICE, 28 CENTS.  from smooth. On the part of the lady's  Eimily the idea of such'a'.mesalliance  was not, to he thought of, and every  means was taken to disillusionize her  She came home, and a residence at  Rath was tried. It was all to no purpose.  Whnt'3 this dull town to me?  .  Robin's not near.  At last the union: was reluctantly  consented to, and in The. Grand  Magazine of Universal Intelligence  those who are interested may to-day  rend the following chronicle of the  event:���������   * '  "February 22nd. 1758.  "Robin Adair, Esq., to the Right  Hon. the Lndy Caroline Keppell."  Shortly after the marriage Adair  was mndo Inspector-General of Military Hospitnls, nnd Inter on, the King  having tnk"n n fincy to him, ho wm-  Appointed Roval Surgeon-General and  Surgeon of Chelsea Hospital, Adnir  lived until 1700, but Lndy Caroline  died many yenrs before in giving birth  to her third child. A son of the union,  the Rieht Hon. Sir Robert Adair, died  in 1855,  The tune to which "Robin Adnir"  hns alwnys been sung is of Irish  origin, hnving been composed by  Gerald O'Dnly, one of tho native hnrp  ers, nnd flrst associated with a song  entitled "Eileen Aroon." Its populnr  itv In England dates from the second  half of tho o-ghtoeth century, nbout  wh>h time it waa much sung by  Tenducci. the Italian vocalist.  'Orltln of the Safety-Pln.  An historinn of invention tells tin  thnt to tho wnils of a long-suff-'rintt  Infant wo owe the boon of tho safety-  pin. Hore is tho story: A little boy.  nnmed Harrison, an Khglish blacksmith's son, hnd to look nfter his bnby  brother. Tho baby often cried, and  its tonrs were usually traced to pin  punctures, The Ixiy nurse tried n  long time to hnnd tho pin* In such  n form thnt thoy could be uaed with  anfoty to hi* brother's flesh. In thin  ho failed; but his father, Urn blnek-  smith, perceiving the utility of the  Idea thnt tho lad had been nt work  on, took it up on hia own account  and eventually turned out tho safety-  pin that la in u*o to*dny nil over  the world. Who!her tl ��������� Hii.'eiy-nin  would hnvo still rornnlned in oblivion  but for the tormenting of one little  English baby no one knows, of course  i    am ���������Himibmi i mmmmmmwmmmmmm*  Will Need Forbearance.  Speaking nt Car* Tow.i recently.  Mr. Malan, South Africa's Miniver A  Education, said thnt the smooth-working of tho Union required from every-  ono restraint nnd toleration, Otherwise thoy would ho laying up lor  thomaelves not union, but n hell. The  two great principles which must ho  UUmVtVilli,  ������l*(i*    lilni*, Um l-.|Uunv   "<  ihe Iwo predomltinM tiff nnd 'he  oquality of their languagea; and, secondly, tho recognition of tha Union  as an inlegrnl part of the Empire In  that spirit tho fiovornmnnt would  work.  A COUNT'S PRANK.  Delighted the  Revelers, But Worried  the Police of Stockholm.  Ali Europe is laughing at the latest escapade of Count Casta Hamilton, known as "Le comte des chats���������  the cat count," and a member nt the  English' ducal house of Hamilton.  The story ot his latest prank is told  in. European  newspapers.  Count Gnsta and some of his  cronies had honored Rosenbad, a popular report in Stockholm, with their  patronage, and as a result some ol  the furniture had been broken; In  particular, the covering of a fine sofa  had been ripped and damaged. Tht-  manaeer of the resort remonstrated  with ihe count and suggested the advisability of the latter payirnr for th*  damage. This the count aereed to dc  and virtually purchased the piece oi  furniture, receiving a receipt from the  manager.  In a short time, a singular procession wns seen by night revelers in  the park wending its wav from the  main restaurant to the public road.  Four Rturdy messengers carried n  sofa, on which reclined the count rind  his companions provided with nap-  kins tied to their canes. Amid cheer?  the procession left the grounds. It  had not proceeded far before a night  policeman halted the paraders and  demanded an explanation. The coun-1  said he was on his way home and had  bought the sofa nnd that it was his  property. The officer probably thought  the question of propriety too important for him to decide and escorted  the prisoners, including the sofa, into  the presence of the precinct captain.  The count told his story and presented hi? receipt for the sofa's purchase.  The captain verified these statements  by telephoning to the restaurant proprietor and advised his unwilling  guests to go home.  In less-than an hour the captain  was astonished to have the sofa and  its retinue of attendants brought be-  fore him by another officer. The  party, wus released a' second ' time.  The incident was repeated three  times, and the captain was becoming  a fit subject for the madhouse when  he had a brilliant idea. Four officers  were ordered to march with - the  count, the sofa and the party to  escort them home.  Slowly the procession ,,moved toward the ��������� shore. When a landing  ..-place was reached the count and his  friends made_nJump for the_bridge  FREE  S.sd -a, jour nana ml  wt will und y<m Tr**, all  charges paid, tbla hand..*..  LUCKY HEART PICTURE  BROOCH - which ii  tlio latent, daintiest aod  prettiest jewelry novelty, all the rage everywhere. We are giving tt  ABSQIUTELrFREE tol������troductou'rV������>dt'.' ^aUan^'iia-aiJ  and addreaa and wt will .and it to you at one..  Addntf   ��������� ---������������������-������������������*���������.  w���������   ��������� ���������������������������  w������mm mv  j mm m%  v������VI>        ���������*���������������*������������������������ ~mi*  talFG.C0.,54R0Y8T.,pR0nMllca.lJ.oJ.  m********mmmmmmmm.^mmm^mmmmmm. .   His Game  "Some say there is- a sucker born  every minute."  "I-don't know anything nbout that,"  responded the eminent trust magnate.  "Nor do I care, so long as the birth  rate of ultimate consumers remains as  satisfactory as it is."���������Pittsburg Post.  Useful in Camp.���������Explorers, surveyors, prospectors and hunters will find  Dr. Thomas' Electrie Oil very useful  in camp. When the feet and legs are  wot and cold it is well to rub them  freely with the Oil and the result will  be the prevention of pnins.in the muscles, and should a cut, or contusion,  or sprain be sustained, nothing could  be better as a dressing or lotion.  It Js better to have pipe-stem legs  than cigarette fingers.���������St. Paul Dispatch...  SMoh's Cure  quickly stops coughs, core, colds, hcala  th*  throat and  tangr.. -       ;.  25 cortta.  Wanted���������Latest Ailment  "Well, here I inn," announced the  fashionable physician   in   his breezy  way..  "And now what do you' think  is the matter with you?"'  "Doctor, I hardly know," murmured  the fashionable patient. "What is  new?"���������Louisville Courier-Journal.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  The more froth there is on courtship  the better a girl thinks it is to drink.  ,  If a.man doesn't know when he is*  well off "the chances" are lie isn't.  where a "motor launch was in waiting. ��������� Amid the cheers of the crowd  the launch* sped away, leaving the  officers to carry, the sofa wearily back  to the police station.  Vetaran Dies at Reunion.  There are only a few remaining of  the^ Veterans of the Indian Mutiny,  and,the ranks are thinning. There was  a splendid muster of the grand old  heroes in the grounds of Chelse'a Hospital the other day, and they separated one fewer than they met. Color-  Sergt. Wells, aged 84, the "father" of  the] Cameron Highbinders, collapsed  under the burden of his years while  the gathering was in progress and  died in a lew minutes. The occasion  of the gathering of the "Old Guard"  was the celebration of the seventy-  ���������fifth.- birthday of Field-Marshal Sir  George White.. V.C, t,he revered d������.  fender of Ladysmith, the hospital's  present governor. It was n happy idea  to take a portrait group of the unique  gnthering of vetornns. Nenrly a hundred bf them altogether gnthered in  the grounds facing the great qund-  rangle and were disposed in a group.  In front were three fleld-marshnl**'���������  Lord Roberta, Sir Evelyn Wood, nnd  Sir George White���������ench in full uni-  form, his brenst covered with medal*  nnd decorations, and ench wenrina���������  ns proud a distinction as the mnrshnl's  baton he carried���������the bronze Victoria  Cross,  DR.    MORSE'S -r���������   INDIAN     ROOT    PILLS  exactly meet the heed which so  ofton arises in every family for a  medicine to open up and regulate  the bowels. Not only are they effective in all cases of Constipation,  but they help greatly ir. breaking  , up a Cold or Ln Grippe by cleaning out the system and purifying  the blood. In the snme wny they  relieve or cure Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headaches, Rheumatism and other common ailments.  In the fullest sense of the words  Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are  A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY  TELKWA, B.C.  On main line of Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, in midst of rich  agricultural and mining district.  Lots from $100 up. Write for full  particulars.  NORTH COAST LAND CO'Y, Ltd.,  410-11-12 Winch Building,     ,  Vancouver, B.C,  London Office, 6 Old Jewry  The Othar Half.  A man owe������ 4 cent*. He pay" f -  cents one dny, 1 cent the next, one- J  half cent tha next, and *o on, one- .  half each day of the debt Now al* !  though on tlio fourth day he only "*''* ���������  ow������s one-quarter of A cent, if ha 1  i-hoult le t'ndui-d with ���������.!.��������������� ���������;.(' ' -e  mortality and ho ahouid cnrituni" to ;  pav   the   debt   ar   Oif   nnttti-   r-"i      Vie  could never pay all <���������! it   Th* n  ** uM ���������  alwaya remain that half of th.- fnfmer  day's payment, provided he lm! ">in-  t*ra small tnonglr. to m������ki������ the pay-  menta.  New South Wales* population.  K     Tha (Hrftetal #atimay. ot in������* i-i-ular  ��������� Mon of Na* Snath W������.m at the and :  J of If artlt em l.MM-M. ,  Silk In England.  King .Inmos I, wns very anxious to !  niituriilir.o the silkworm  in  Knglnnd j  nnd  tn establish  n native miinufac '  ture of the product.   To this end   n !  grent many mulberry trees were im- i  ported, nnd n fine plantation of them !  wns mndo near 8t, ilnmes' pnlnce on '  grounds   where   Huckinghnni   palime |  now stnnds,     This   plantation   was i  known as the Mulberry gardens nnd 1  became a kind nf recreation ground. !  Both Kvelyn nnd 1'epys record their  visits here, nnd  Prydnn   is   said   to  have taken a lady friend there to enjoy the "mulberry tnrts,"   Close by  were the necessary houses and n-i-ili. ,  anceg for rearing the silkworms find !  the mimufnetiire of the silk.   Hut the j  king'a experiment fniled.  "By Permission of th* Kln������,"       j  Concerning Mux (late,  |)nr"hea(er,  Imulnnd.   the house   of Mr, Thnmria !  Hardy, there in nn Interesting story 1  told.  Thn land ii|ton which it is built  belonged   to a   private   company, of  which the   lute  Kine 1-Mwnrd.   then 1  IVince   of   Wales,   was   a   member, j  Wlii'ii Mr. llnrdv'i offir tn pur<'bn*-> 1  fame up for eonnidenilion It-was re- |  marked that it would hnve to be de. 1  clln-d.   "What  Hardy 1* iU" tinted I  ���������he I'rince, and on  learning who It !  WHS,   exclnilln'd.   "Let   hllll   hav.'   the '  land he wants; he hns m-t his heart  ,,., it   ,,,,,' ���������.   .. ,_ 1   1     n " ,   '  make our author* contented." -Mnw  Mr, fturuy joknmlv t.*iw In* trierul*  thut he is in rei-iderice thero "by  permission ol lhe King."  Not With a "Llthp." j  Mr. (!eorir.< IvUnr ).���������*.   th.-  I/mdon  Uli'liHieiii  limn, hll*  lii-i'll  li'Ullig ."OfJIK  ol his experience* it. 11 malinger, one ,'  of the rno*t nniii-my of whieh relate* <  if a jmpulnr eohii diini.   Mr, Kdwnrle*  wn* rending a mw imrt lo hint, thu  author hrivhi* wnrkrd in ������ li.p which  wn*  pnrticuhirly  appropriate  to  tint  comedian in que*tion    Mnvltiir flni-di- '<  <-d tlm part, he ii-Ki'i -Mint the tn-tor  thought about It,   lie replied, "Fine; ;  bur ������h.'-r.-'r|, ,,.,,* v.-.;:-". ;.-.\Ut '.hilly ,  ntsiut it,   I'm mi K.,i,*,_. Ui play it  with a llthp." ������  Toned  Him  Down.  "Thia nliot-otrraph doe-n t !i*>lc a hit'  lik*> m*-," Mid Snarl.*)- *.. the  photo-  gra pher.  "I know tt," until the rh"*oirrnnht������f.  "I wa* afraid to make it exact'? lib*  V������u for li-nr you wouldn't Uki* it,"  ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE  TORONTO,  CANADA...  Tinder tho control of the Depart,  ment of Agriculture of Ontario.  Affiliated with tins University of  Toronto,  COLLKGU OPKNS SEPT, .10, 1010,  Cnlendar on Application,  E. A. A. GRANGE, V.8., M.S.,  Principal  THICK, SWOLLEN OLANDS  _h������������ nakaeWi* Winn*.  lUar, U?������ Tiilon Wind, er  ���������bokMuwn, aaa ** rt-  ���������ofadwltb  flBSORBINE  M ttif flnnoh or aw������lllnc  Mo tilliter,  no   natrl  S'nne, ������n4 hori* k*p������ at  AninHIIINK.JH., for ��������� -��������� -h  m-nhlnd. ei.oo, 4������ll������������r������d. a****** Ooitit, Tim.ir������,  Waai, VaHjnia Valfii, CTIntra. ilrdroael*. ViHlt.  ������������������la,     annk f.aa    Wa*. rtilr 1"  w.r.TBima. 'jr., ur timm* ii..SirfattitM,Hue.  .    I.ialll II*., Batlr.ll, l.a^l.a .nil.,  llu leraliliit tt, MiMta lili t Wtm (*., WUaleiii  Tkl NiiIhiI 0r������| I Chimct* C������., WUmmi **4 Uttlt*;  I NiMiriN In 1. Ci. Irt., iu***t*t,  ���������mm  KtNDALCS  SPAVI  Kills Bone Spavin  Mich Vallf y, Alia, May Mb, IW  '���������I lla������* ii.nl your J.|i������*lu Cllie foi ���������  loiur'iiii. an.t wnulil nnt b* without h.  Ha.* kill..I a hin������ tt|.avln t>r lu it*r "  ui.ii UARIJ.IIN.  That uu* ihf wholf .loiy. Aaif  tmivli.,!. <-f tlimiua.la lit,** lia.l tht  ���������am* *������p.rif*i(-r In the paal 40 ynri.  For Spavin* Rlifjbo������, Corb,  Splint, Swellings md  ill 1 jaitim,  Stedair* apavin Curt cui.i \h*  ttnuMr-mak** iht tiora* ������.,i,n.i mul  w 1. ami ������������������?������������������ ni.inr* |.ir Hit nwiirr  ht, atit������ ll rrwuvet ili* aaa** ut (f.#  trout.It.  ' Kn-t- a Wt'ir tiwaya tihaml t)ln,i,  1tir%l. fmm-n Ioi mn, an.t t*t���������i *������k  r-Vit <t������e������t������ for I tt ,.^.jr trf ..... Urn*  'A Trralif Oa Tht lluitt" or vtitona,  ���������t 1.1. imui rt. utmbam ten, ft*  W. N. U., tt*. til. Ita Ouitarta^ ^wr  issued  Every   Tues !uv  bv  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company  x  THE   NEWS,   CU3VTBEELANTT,   BRITISH   COLITM'BIX  * ���������.  This paper will n������������t huh) itself  responsible for the opinions uf oth-,  *���������?���������������, as may appear in iu coliunin-  <rom time to time.  SK  TUESDAY,    Nov. 1st.     1U10,  coast land district.  District ot Coawt, Kit rue 2.  TAKB NOTICE tint Edward  C  Townstmd of yancouv-jr, Fi U f  feutlemati, intends to apply for per-  *nia-5fon to purohase t.he followin"  described lands: Corrmieociufc at a  joott planted about 7 milea north  aud 2 miles east of lie routhea*t  corner of CL ������358, thenw south KO  chain-?, *hence west 80 ehaini*.  thence north 80 cltuinf.' t heriot*. east [  80 chains, to post of commence-  .went, containing 640 nored, more or  less. EDWARD C.TOWNSKND.  Dated July 27th, 191 Oi  R17PBRT LAND DISTKICT  J.'wur'eto. Rn.e t.  TAKE o<-tiij  that L*iia Kleunor J^n-in-  f-n.id ���������/nnconv r, ������ '\. i,eea,.ation,mir*  n a woman, i.te A  t apply f..r p*rmiB-  iuu t,purchase    lm foltowiug dere-ibed  ai������ia:-L,E. Jenktm-on's S.-B.  crner,  0 mmencinn at. ������  poafct phli ted at the  nortn easi c-nir-r of i-3eeti..n 1. Township  ���������il, 'hence we*t 160 chain., theuce north  :S chaios,   meraor Us. to Georgia Like,  htioa mat ulung the lake shore to Towu-  mp Itao, tbenoo miuth 88-chaiua more or  li*������ fo plaoe of oo'iiiuonc-euient couiaiuing  *4d acres, mora or leu.  LILLA ELEANORJENKINSON,  D.ted June 23rd, 1010  Wot. Leslie, Agent.  ROTERt' LANUDJSIRICT  District-of Rupert.  TAKE NOTlOfc Uut Lilla Florence  Ji-tkias.'i), of V.,nijoi)Vdi*B. 0. oi-cupaii* n  Spiu������t������r, intends to apply (or in-run sum  to purehn*>o tbe f .dliiwiiiff ilisoiibeil Iniidn:  Commencingnt * pott planter nt tin:  iwrihuttat corner ot aeutii/n $6, 'IWn-  s -ip '2d, thiiice Boui'. 80 obains, tne -*  Meat 80 chain , theiO* north SO chain*,  iho^ce -u;i8t8i)cLmi.8 to place of cm-  roeuo :in������ar, co tutting 010 ������or a wore  ox less,  LILLA FLORENCE JENKINSON,  Win. Lerilm, Afcent.  Dntwl ,7une 21nt 1910.  ��������� n -     *-  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  Diatriot of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tlmt Kmnk W.  Lei-son, of Vancouver, 11C, broker,  ititotidn taapply for ������������������<jruiis?iori to  purchase the iollowi .-^ described  land*: Cemmen<:in<r' tit a pos-t,  plnnted about 7 mile-**'north and 2  miles eset of tbesouth u������������t corner of  CL 3358, luetics rorti- 80 chaw**,  thence east80chain**?, ihence r-t.utb  iiO chains, thonco Wtffct W ehaini?," to  post of oommenceraes', containing  640 acres, more or Iv-*.-.  FRANK WXEESON.-  Dated July 27ui, 1010  COAST LAND IUblTtl'STr���������-  District of Coast, Range 2.  Takb ho-hce that Coorge More,  of Vancouver, B.C. broker, inietidi*  to apply for permission icporclui-e  the foliowiug deecribed land?: Coin  triaucing at a post plaii'ud about. 7  miles north and 2 rni.e*-* eBBt of tlio  ������i.iuthe������rJtcor..er of CI. 3858, thenco  north 80 chnins, Dunce went 80  chains, thence soutli 80 chain*,  thence eaHt 80 chBin*- *o povt of  commencement, com u in inn $40  acroa, mor������ or less, okouob mohk.  Dated July,27th, 1910,  RUPE-KT LAND DISTKICT  District vt Rupert  TAKE NOriCEtfmt   Paddy Clement  Blythr, of Wncouvor,  B,C- occupation  Longer, iotenua to apply fot permission  to purchase thu fo:lowiu>j described lam's:  Coiunieao'njj at a p<>4 ylan-ed ac the  southeast      orutr      of        Se*.:-  ti'E 13, township 21, tpirbed  P. C. Bly-  tlii S. E- oori.er, tntnoe n-rth 80 cbain������,  th-ace wcBt 8tl chai b,  tin nee boui.1i So  obKii.a, ihe.K'o emt 8D cbn'ue to place i-*f  vuu.nniuivmBut,   uoataiui <g   640 acres  moie ft lee*  PADDY CLEMENT BLYTHE  iV'iu. Leuliu, Agei.t.  Dated Jane 30th, 1910.  iiUi'EHT LAND DISTKICT  t'iurictofKuport.    %  TAKE not.w that William R.ib.i.g n,  orv������u������ouv.-r,.B. O. occii.ati.i.i Ua.ea.i.au  iuteo,u u. api,jy for peru.i^i.m to ptr-  cnH^tJiefoliuwii.gt].8orib������t imd<: C rn  luauciod at ut a p .t plantod *,t the S. E.  wrucrol Seoiiau ^ t,Wu.,h!p 21. main-  ���������d >)'*. Koliiuwu,   s.E.  c<.:ner,  theac.  ii>.-r.'a -30chaina, thence wt-ai SUcliui.a,  ���������r^aeuce.������<ut.*������,8u_Qi,-_itt,i___ayi^__e__t, sU  oiiaiua to plao. ot tsowiiienceiuwut, coBTTnT  iug 640 acres, m���������r. ,.r i.__,  WILLIAM KOBINSON.  ., . . .      ��������� Wm. Lest e. Afc'eut.  Dated June SOth, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form. No. it-  Form uf Kotice.  Coast.DiBtriot,  DUtiictiot Kange 2.  TAKE-ootide tha-t  Wjlli^ui Leek,  cf  Vancouver, occupalioa Koniueer, intend,  tu apply tor permuaioo to purchase tbo  followiuA' described liiiids:���������  Couimeauinj* at a post planted  on the  beaeh about one and a halt miles South  K-mt frnm the South &i8t coruer of C, L.  3358. theuco North   eighty  (80)  clmius,  thence Btat ������i_,hty (80) i-hsiua,   thenc*  South (>H0) chains,   thei-ce   Wet   (SO)  vliuius, to puiut of cou.int>uc������iueui, con-  tai-jinjj aix hundred aud forty mues, more  or Urn,.  WI1XJAM LEEK  NituiB of App.iCJ-.ui  Dattd June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACC.  Form No,* li,  Form of Notioe.  Coiet District,  Didtnct of Range 2.  TAKE notice ilxat Vermi Leek of Van  oouver, occupation Spinster, intend* to  apply for i>������raiia������ii-n to purchase the fob  lowing described lands; ���������  Commencing at * pout planted at tbe  North West corner i.f No. 1, tbenoe Went  eighty (80) oiiiius more or le e to C. L.  3358, tboucti North eighty (8u) chfiiiiB a*  l-jiit-;C, L. 3358, theuou Eaat egbty (80j  cbains, tlience South eighty (SO) chaiua,  t < the poiut of ooinm-n cetne .t, cjutsiu-  iug six haudied and foity (i>t0) acre������  mure or less.  VERNA LEKK  Name *i Applicant,  Dnted June 4tb, 1910.  UUPBRT LAND LWHlGt  Diatriot of llu...rt.  TAKE NOTICE tliut Kitli Kc^iaClirk  of Va',oouver, B. 0., occupation uiarrinil  woman, intends to apply f ,r ^ertnineiou  to purohrue the following .l.������criue.l lunds:  CuDi'-'Junui-o'i's' at a p Ht ;il.n.ad������t the  south east c������raer of S������'.'U u I, I'owunbip  21, thence noria 80 oliaii>������, ui������nc������ w������������t  HD olitdm, theuue south 80 otmiu-, trituw  ��������� ait 80 ch'.v..* to pUoe of o iHiiiwi .ttinent,  O'HiUiuii ;i -340 Miro*, mor*. or !-���������������  RUT������ KEZU L'LARK,  Wm. LjjiI', .i-_ent,  Dated June 21st, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DIS l KlUt'  Dittriot ot Huju-rt.  TAKB NOTIOK tlut -i.frue Normm  Worsley, of Vancouver, U.C, uo mention  bwk-koepor,InteudBtoaji^lv forpemil-  viwo to purobiso thofolJuwu. <..!V>cr!b.*i  Jtts-dfJ.'-C'-'raraeroIng at a , ..i-t pi<uiUai������v  tho ioa;h WM eoru-ir of 8 y 1 m 18,1'o^n  i-liipH, pott murted O, N tV.ir>IuY'H ���������%.  W.ouroer. thougeoait8yc!i*>'iui, tb������ m>  north 80 uh tn., thenofl wiMt rV'j ohnlns,  trimoe south 80 chuius b' piti- t cj u-  tn������tioo-iODt, <outbiuiD({ Hi) imritn, iuoi*  or. l������ai>.  UKOHOK NOUMAN WOHSLEY,  Wu.. Lt-nltv, AKVit.  D tid Juoe 59th, 1910.  ItUPKltfLANDDlftUlUi  VUitdattt Hmetl.  TAKE NOTICK that *' rpben fle.tb,  of Vt'jutfuyir, H.C, oooup toi, book,  ke p.r, iounili to apply for I'liinwi*.'- to  purnlume the foi'owmK <������������������ ������i U)d laid i���������  ti. tfimh, y. W. urttmr, i ������ii.riji,wci������i^ at  a pout pimieil on 'ioWiml.ip 1 no at ��������� ai.Ii  u*.t parrel Ueorgia Lale., Uih-im couth  iM elulus, iBtra *..*! na n th. uuartei  yti. I*. WD.n Siotion 8< 4inl *t\, Towu-  ait p y&i(Ji^, ,he.ie t).*l _*��������� uUiivtn,  tlmAt north 3tW chain*, tu .uttn xtmat -W  ���������.b.ikB, th������ne������aouth 'icli.n* ii|i|m.'igf  ihiiiuaiioeifioi'.t, coi-Uiii k tt-l0 ������������������.���������<���������������,  tea e or-km.      ilTErVIW 4).tiH,  Wm. L  in*, ABul,  O.t,,������Jane ta?ni, I'M  RUPERT LA N I) DBTRIOi'  Di*tt;oi of ffttpert.  TAKE NOTICE tbat I. iv iward Tfcon.  '.n*,  t Vauut.uv*-, B.C., o ciiininiii,Trav-  elvr. ii.teuds to apply f.ir purm'Sinm ii-  lU.chnBu the fi:lo������iiigde ccinel   lainln:  C niiurioingr at a p<*������t pla..ted  ni  ih  i.ortb ea������t co nemf S.cinm  12. Tnwalup  'il, ��������� titmco Mist. 80 ch .ins. tlinice fl.uli  1 40 oilman, tli nee wt-nt 45 chai.s mote m  'in8������ to  G.or_iri' Lske,  thevci* wwterly  along north ������iio/c of lake 95 chain <, rn-ic  or 1*8* tit where s.'������tioi. hn* be wen  nets.  12 aud 18 iuturauciB laU, theun������ eiui (Jf  odaius morn or les* to place of uimmei   iitnut ii.scribed <m pent 80 ch iuu tn li, K.  Oirner, E Tliornby, co-it.iui jr OtDa-.ren,  n������.)r������ or In-..   EDWARD TlIOItwLBY.  Da'ed June '28th, 1010.  KUPER r LAND LUnrulOii  Distriut of Rupert.  TAKE1T0TICB Wrat I, orimHol B"W*  don, of Vjmcouv.r, B, C-, occuputioiiint  iio; eii������inicr, intends in aeply fur pt rmi*  ���������to-.< 'o pu ciiniio the followug itei-orbeni  landi:���������(Juiiimenohin at n p.������������f pUut-il ������t  it,-, nouth wortt cvrunrol S������������tio������ '2, 'lown.  lihlp :.l, thmoe no. h 80 chuin., ilio.w  mi 8J clini'ia, tlilHiCO south 80 ulinins  the. ce *AC*t 80 chaiuH, "> place uf ������ou.iu.  unceuiwt, ooutiiii.ini,* OiU <oie , mo e rn-  km. SAMPEL iViWDHS,  Willi Llalltr, Af ei.t.  Dattfil Juro 21st, 1010  MUPKUT LAND plSTKICf  Diatriot of Itnpere.  TAKE'NUTK'E tint HaulfO Aahay, <.f  Vuiicna������*'r,  H.C, iccni<*tion,  tnnrrle'  wonuu, Kiteruln to nppi) for pn'in sMitn-  t* purchii-o th* (ollowu'if dti*o ibeil uiud '.  Cjmii.oneli jj nt <i post vlinti'il  nt tli  dou u runt ..oritur ot Si'i'ti .ii Hui, J'owii-  rhip'21,   tlntlOO   fierli SU tjh'ti H,   thmiee  wn. HO olituu', tltttiice ������- uth W) ohtilim,  tlii'luM tit t 8<.l ebaina. 11 placi- ol * .u.tn-  4 iwni-nt, a >utni*> inur CMO -������cr������-, uore or  im,      , li.JDKI'; AMUiY.  VV iii, Lt-������Iu>, Aytlit.  Da'.edJuuM'ilMt, WU).  OwA'f Cotton Root Compoacd.  Th.< ipwt VltirlNt Tonl������, ������jud  .   _-���������.  .loan  copend.  r_ol4.frt thfca ill  Mil' wire oilintiittl JKoritbly  Ftt������aful������t(trpa whleji wonmn uao  ���������itipetu.  tVoldlctK^ai  m Mn mrtii-Nv. x, ft i  ioiii������r<".>������ atrooffei, Vt  toW \y til aiuifiTtatii, cr m*t  nropaf-I *mi. roorlpt of urlf*  - _ rr*e pranplilet. AtlilitH������������rTW  V������HllMNII'lt������.,TlHitT������.lfiT. \JertnriUtiVrittwi  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Fuim of Notiee.  Coast Dim riot,  District of Range 2.  TAKE notice that- Elan or Leek of Van  couvi-r, ticoupa;ioo  Manied ������omaa, in'  U-nds t������apply for peruiifsioi' to (.urcbaue  ^hejojjowing described lauds:--  Commenci g at n pt.������T"plfl%t������d"~iatt~the  North Wast comer of No. 1, lhe.me North  eigbly (SO) ohama. thence East (80)i*haiut*  (lionets Suuth eighty (80) chains, theuoe  Wont (80) ehaini, t������ p.iii.t of uouimeiioy-  meiit, eo!itainintr������ii!C nuud.ed nudfoity  auies, motooi* less. '  ELANOR LEKK  Name of Applieai.t.  Dated dune 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.   ~      "  Form Nn. 9,  Form of Ntxioe,  O'lant Din iiot Ring"*2.  TAKK NOTICK ill 4 Ka-lieriue Brown,  iiiC'ipation   widow,   miend*.  In apply for.  p rmi-iim ta purcha.no tlw M'*i-*iii({ de-  ricridsii lauds:   C muitn.oh g at a p*-*si  . lautoil nt tiie ui.rtlirH t y.ini.r of Noll  (buing tw.. miles imrtli ol tie snutbwm-t  corner vf Nu t) tuti.ci torcii eighty [80)  "IminB,   theioa  wot difbty (80)ohni������������������*,,  tlience south eighty (86h ohains,  theao������  cast eighty 180] clininc, 11 the   point if  oniuiuvtioeuiiiiit, contiiiniBg <ix huudrej  iii'd forty [C40) mr**, ni'ne nr It'tn,  KATMKKI.VKWtOWN,  Namo uf applicant  Dnted June 4, 1910.  Furm No, 9.  rormol Notice.  Co nt Distriuf.,  Diatriot i f Kange Nn  TAKK NOTICE thai Aauie Br������moer,of  Ronton, oi'Onp.tiou *pimttr, intcuila to np.  ply for pi-imi-Hiuii to pna'linso iho follow  Uig tleHOiibed Iiuui : tontttu iiviiik nt a pciNt  imiuitU nt the n.rtbiist ttorutjr cf No. 2,  [tmii.g two tiiiliH iu*rth of tho soutliwuat  ovmerbf Nu. 1) thomo ionh nigh'y \tt)  olmfuM,  tliuuoe eiut lighfy (80) cluiiu**.  tho'iue mutli ii^lity (80]  ouauis, thuoe  wo.-t utility (8U) chriioi io (.oiut uf om  iiioneeniant, eoiitaiiiing lix b mid red anil  fort i (U40) we*, ���������nor* ot In,*,  AXN1K HRKMNHR,  .Seme vt AppJiwuiL  Dat*4Jut<t4, IVIO.  HWPRPTf ������vr������nwiHnrr  Ui'tric of Hup*������,  T/KL SOni'b t������������t Mn Hrutlnu, ot  VandiUVrr, M.C, .wcitpi ')���������������*, t������n������tl������*r,it-  t v i)i* t) vi������piy fur p������rm;������.l n. t.> pur.ha������i������  *\," ("in 'inn I r>.*ilirHl liiinia: -C'lunien  O.HK a*. . r*.. t ..'.' *��������� ������ tin. .������ b mil  , i'i������r elH'O iou 34, Toai.Aiih 40, ,nr*n>-  e. uth MO rbain tuttac wiwt HU ������i<uiin  l,���������������Qtt uo"-r. HO ohaiu*. .limn*" **ni -Ml  ui.ins t������* Uce ot ixiiniiu..������ui.--iii':ui, u*u*  l*i .iti ������i40 aur������������, 'n������r# ������< i *t.  JUIi.N *.)( KINK,  Win   u������.nr, Ate������t  l)������t'4 7uu������ 2ht, 10,0.  RUFKHI LAND H*l ICCl"  Diatriot of RtifMrt.  TAKK SUiICK tha At. ���������>.....* I*  kiu*i, kf V aii-mtitar, V. ('., otip.l.on, j  att>aoi*ra|.h������i, iaiimri* i. .,v!> ft * vi-nntm*  dii U yn*o* m tht* t-*l - ,nw -,��������������� e i.i-n  J������f}<la.-���������Goran i'lici������lg t n |im p ���������. ^1 ,.(  tha ir.rtt.*������*i*i. iwm mi ��������� *.-i i. -.'/ I v *,'  ���������tiip 90, th������-*' o������������b *t> * H. . t ;..-.'  ���������aat t/ri.hnit*, lUet.ot������������������rtn m,-.,_*,,  Ui* i-"#������*.i .--���������; bj'-i t ���������*) -��������� u' I-.,,,,-  " r.#t������^ >riUt.M^a������>   ���������* **, -.orr.i  Time* taut invitm-mUte (t imn,-  ii;*" .u"  "J l' ������������������'���������   HI-iVki,   t>. t         Mk *t.lB oil Vwn* ������,������������������������,  eat iMMi  r������������vwi  WM0V. Altfttill uiul Un,* Worry Ji,.  r_.T_������_D. Ltmrnmi HVaca/**, K'MtMfria*, ������/a.  ������M(<rr_Mr������,0*4Kff_eti\*f AU*>iem ktee***,  ���������tar*HJ*'l%tf,������Sr'f* ������ir*������wt������pli������V!*Bifr'  wlfjeai* HoM br all dninrtau or nmUvit hi  l������M������ )4i^r. oa fljw'icl/'Jira-fl.  Set* itttm* uut  l4t{t-  Jermmit, iVMsert  JWi'lM el nrieti.   S'etn jium  u,,*iH.y,-. -f.'rxt* wmmwi tai-miu>tna Oak  T������f������*>������#l_ **���������������-������  8AVWARD trlSTIUCr,  ���������DA BLP..tNOR -IShlS.-m'S.  ������u U I . .���������������  Dtl d Ju # .1.1 I9ID  TAKE NOTI'P ihnt a<itv daya ������ll-r  ������������t*, % t'bi.tma H. i*tr������i)g#, ,,| Waal***  ������>������������ I'lrtMWiNit, a.wi.,.||o*w. In Mill  xo *ii*Ay f*r prnuia.mn i��������� [**��������� u���������/���������*.}������������������������ j  in B i cr'-*������'f t������ri-*h,ir,f t'nn-riiaa������j������������ at  ������ post plae-d altlte M^ ������n,,r ri���������,k(  ������h,,nt flv*i*hnia.i,.,th.rly from ||i������ H  W. c-nwr itt*hm fr������cu.m,| h. W. quarl-  rnwin-nM. tui'.i l^r.l, thetm na-  ���������i������i>ri.i %t������������t������Mn|y ilt^un fult������>wit*ff th*  ... .lur ������f tbi. ah.. ..).������������������ |., ������ pjunt Iiih I  '."ti������ na -rt.U**!, hvo* tin- m.iut a w **vr-  ������  f .tui fMctit.rHl s.w f.*,.**������r nr*.!  : rtl.tK,  1.4ir>������c4������,ii|���������<t  .,.,! u������i������ii4i.|_,a*f'  ���������hi fwt**i������<>i* iliaifm .i���������.t, i��������� j���������K t������������|af'  nar������. *  !ia ..i j*t������l   2rtli. l'.'������" ;  t'M.t*.   II. -tlUASe-m.       *  1.ANU ACT.  Form No, o  Co(i������ DUtrict  I) iit rict of Ktage 2.  TAKE NOTICE tk4{KJwin l������ Hum*  ner, of Vancouver, rx'tupmion broker, in*  tt-nilato npply for pcriitttfiuti to purcluae  the fullowing   UcMjipcti  !*.������*..   'A-..,  nmncinK ������t n u������iu p.Aiucvi ,i;  .'i.v uuih  can corner ol No 4 (being three  milo  north ol lhe ������ouihncm comer of No   1)  theuce noith eighty 80 chanta,  tlicucc  .."-���������������   *������i*,.htv.  80,  clt������in������, ihsiice south  eijjUty, 8u, iiuui*., thence can ettjiii-y ao  t'haini b������ |������ntt '������< ciiininem emetit,  coa-  j taintHK fix liundred nn.l forty (640} .teres  wore or le������������.  EDWIN P It-KEMNKK,  N.nne of Applnaat,  Dated Jena 4. >9*������-  northcisl coiner uf No 6, being four  nnies norih of the southwest eorner of,  No 1, thence north 80'chains, thence  west'80 chains, thence south 80 chnins  ihence east 80 chains 10 the point of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated Juue 4, 1910.  LAND ACT,  Form No, 9,  Form of Noiicc.  Coast District. ������l  District of Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Walter Leek, of  Vancouver, occnoation engineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  at a posi planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (being three miles north of the  southwest corner of No 1) thence north  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of commencement, containing six hundred and iorty, 640, acres,  more or less. WALTER. LEEK,  _.. Name of Applicunt-  Dated June 4, 191c  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notiee,  Coast Diatriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE tbat Burton Hollaed, of Vancouver; occupation, ao-  cbuotaot, intends to af ply for per.  mission 00 purchase tbe following de*  ncribtd lands*. Cotuine'oeiug at a pout  planted at the nortb east eorner of Ko  12, being four mile* north and two  miles west of tbe south west corner ol  Mo. 1. thence north 80 ebaina, tbtnec  fti-st 80 cbains,tbence south 80 chain.  thenoe east 80 obains, to the point of  0 nioiencement, oontafniag 640 aores,  more or less.  BUBTON HOLLA RD,  Nime ol Applicant.  Dated June 7tb, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notiee.  Ooast District, Range 2  TAKE NOTIOE tbat John M.  Str wart, of Vancouver, occupation car  pentier. intends to apply for perania-  sion toparohaae tbe following decotib*  ed IandB:���������-Com meeting it 1 petty  nlanted as tbe northwest corner oi No  11. being three miles north and three  miles west of tbe southwest ooroer of  No I, thenee uorth 80 ohains, thenoe  west 80 obains, tbenoe teotb 80 chains  thenee east 80 obaios. toi tbe point of  commencement, oohtaiDibg;*840 aores,  more or hm, JOHN M.8 TEW ART.  Name ot Applioant.  Dated June 6,1910.  LAND ACT-  Form No. 9.  r'prm of notice. /  Coast District Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tha William- H.  Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation*, gentleman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following, described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the north ��������� e ast corner, of No. 6,1 being  four miles north ofthe soulh west corner  of No. i; thence north-80 chains,. thence  east 80 chains, theme south 80 chains,  iheuee west 80 ohains, to the point of  commencement, containing, six hundred  ���������i������d forty: acres, more or less.  WILLIAM H, WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form Na 9.  Form of Nonce.  Coast District.  District of Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that George Whalen, or" Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intend'- to apply for permission lo purchase   the   follcwing   described   lands  Commencing at a post planted about om  mile west from the north west corner ol  No 3, being two Utiles   norih  and  two  miles we<t of the south west corner of No  ii ihence north 80 cniins, ihcnceeast 80  chains, tlience south 80 chains, more or  less to C. L 3358, thence west, 80 chains  along-said licence to point of commence  ment, containing 640 acres, more or less.  (JEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 41I1, 1910.  LAND AOT.        , ,  Form No, 9,  Form of Notice.  Oosst District, Range %  TAKE NOTICE tbat Alex F Brem-  ner, of Biston, occupation engineer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following ch scribed lands:���������  Commenclug at a post planted at tbi*  northeast oorner of No 12, buing four  miles nortb and two milei- west of tb?  southwr-st coiner ot No 1, tbonco uortb  80 obains, tbenoe east 80 cbaion,  1 hence south 80 ohains, ttienoe we������t  80 ehains, to tbe point of commenci-  tut ul, oontair iot; 649 acres, more or  let*. ALEX. P. BREM NER.  Name ol Applioant.  Dutei June 7,1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form ot Notice,  Ooast District, Raoge 2.  : TAKE NOTICE that John Mor*T-  ic, of Vancouvtr.occupation constructor, iutf.udb to apply for permission  to purchase tbe following d.seribed  tandss-Commencing nt a post planted  at the northeest ov/ner of No 14, t>.-  iug 6������e miles north and twoniies  west cf the southwent coroer of No 2,  <hrnce north 80cbsios, thenee west  80 chairs.- thenoe eouth- 80 obains,  thence eaet 80 chains, to tbe point ol  commencement, containing 640 80118,  mote^ojUe_8f_____JOHN> MORAVIC,  "~'���������*���������~~'~NaTaTrrof"Applieau t_  Dnted June 6,1910  , LAND ACT.  Form Xo, 9.  Form of Notice.  Coait Dislrict Kange 2.  , TAKE NOTICE ihn Robert H. Ellis  of Vancouver, iicciipaiio������,biokcr, imeiKls  to apply for pertuissioi) u> puitluise the  following described Innd*: Co'iiniencing  nt a post piiintcd at iho notilli.west corner of No. 10, being two mile* north aud  two miles west of the south west corner  of No. I, thence north 89 chain*, thence  nest 80 chains, thence souih 8������ chains,  more or lest, thence eau So chains, 10  point of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or less.  ROHKkT H. ELLIS,  Name of Applicant.  Ditod Juue 4th, 191(1,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice,  Co.mi DWtrici Kange  ,  TAKE NOTICK thai John G. Arm  ������liong,of Vancouver, occupation, clerk,  inu-nds to apply for permit tion to pur*  c)ia-������e  the following deirnbeil limit;���������  Commencing   at  a uuit planted at the  north e.<*t corner of No, 11, being three  .iul������N nonii uud two inilot west  of the  ���������.mith we������t corner of N'u, 1; thence norih  8.1 ihiiiii*., thenco went 80 cluini, theme  thence  south' Do chains, ther.ru cut  80  chains, f~ the point ol commencement,  contmnioK 640 acre*, more or less.  JOHN G. AHMSTHONl),  V'lini. or* Apiiilrant,  D.I.'tJ June i'.h, iot'.. '  LAND ACT.  Form No 9.'  * ���������      -.- ..������w '  Vow* ol No'ioe.  Oosst Diatriot, Rituge 2:  TAKB -NOMOEKtbat Josejh Mor-  1 vie, of Vano.iiiv������r, occupation eiiRiti*  er, intends to apply ioi pt-rn i.siou to  -lurchase the folliiwiopdrscrlbed iandu:  ih mun ncing.it a post planted at thi  urihtasi oorner ol'No 14 b������*ing fit*  mi'i-n or rth and two mfles wi-etjot'lh.  s utbwmtccrarfrof N* 1, thf-r ce north  b0 chains, tlience east 80 chaius,  t' 1 ov* south 80 onaiii", tin nee west HO  chaius, to the- point of commenci-  mvut, con thin iny, <140- ai-rfm, moro or  \-trti, JOdEI'H MOllAVIO,  Nartv of A'ipliitsnt.  Ihted Jnm������ 6 1910  LAND AOT.  FortnNi.9-  Venn of Ni'tiee,  Oosst Dinriet, Range 2.  TAKB   KOnOE     that     Wiillai.  H*itifl������, of V^tiOiiuver, ocoupatiou (uie  Mian,iorfniis lo npply lor ptraimiui.  t" piirchssiii the  followii.g  dmocibtrl  Unds.������������������ConiOieneitiKat a pottplatitrd  nt the northeast corner ol No 10, be*  trig ������U   milrs north aod  two  railec  west of the ������outbw������������t ooroer of No I,  tbenoe north 80 obains, thenee went  80 rhaim, thanoe south   80  chal is,  theioe east 80chains, to th** point ot  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notico.  Coast Diatriot, Rauge 2.  '    - .      mmm -'������������������'***,  TAKE NOTICE that Alexander MoPheft  of Vanoouver, oooupation, carpeuter, in*  tendt to apply for permiaaion to purohaae  the lollowing described landa:���������Comm������suc  kg at at a poat planted at the north west  oorner of No. 12, being four miles north  nud throe milea weat of the aouth west 00. ���������  nerof No.l, thenoe north 80 ohaina,th������nce  weat 80 chain*, thence south 80 ohaius,  thence east 80 chaina, to the* poiut uf commencement, containing 940 aorec, more or  lew. ALEXANDER McPHEE,*  Name of Applicant.  Cited Jnne 6th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form Ko. 2,  Ceatt Distriot, Range 2.  - TAKE NOTICE. th������t Naomi McPhe������,  of Vancouver, occupation, married woman  intends tu apply tor permission to purciiase. the following described landa: Com  tneocia��������� at a post planted at tho -orth  weat. corner of Nt.. 14, being five n-ilea  north. aud three miles west ��������� f the auuth  west;ooanor nf No. 1, tlience north 80  chain*,. thence west 80 enaiua, thence  sputb 80 chains, thence east 80 cliiiim-, to  the point of couiUitncement, coutaii i..g  ���������540 ion;*, more o<-les������.  i NAONU MoPHEB,  Name of Applicant.  Dated Juneeth, 1910. ;  ���������ll'"'-   *Tr  LAND ACT.  Foi-w No. 9.  1 CoaBt District, Rtuge. 2,  ' TAKE;N<i'nC_ thnt Lewii J.< Bull, of  Vat couv6r, oooupation, foreroau, iuteuda  to iipply for, p^rmifsiou to pui-abase ihn  foliowiug desuHbed landv. Comuei.cinK  at a-post plauted at tlm north; w eat co.ivr  of No. 16. heiug risjimha nuith aud tureu  miles west of the si'Uihwtst corner of No  1, tbt nee fturih 80 ohain., theuco wei t 80  onaios, thence aouth 80 6hniiit>, thence  eiat 80'.clt-tiuV, to the point of uomiusiue*  meat, ooiit������iuit.gC40 acres, moie,tr lean.  LEWIS J. hULLv  Name of Applioaut.  Dated Juoe Gth, 1020,  more or less. WILLIaM 1U1NE8,  Same of Applioant.  DHtrd Juor (i 1910  LAND AOL'.  Form No 9,  Form of Notice,  Ooast District, Range 1,  TAKE HOriCIC that tiaorg* O.  Pratt, of Vanoouver, occupation ac-  ooutuanl, In unds to apply for pur  mil* 1 n to purchase the l.-llowlog ie-  tttlbed land*!���������Oomni'ntl gat a post  plsntitl at tba northeast corner ol No,  itt, being sii miles nortb and two  miles west ol tbe sum u wast ooror r of  No 1. thence forth 8t/ ohains, tr.eoce  v������i SOoIihIpi the loviouiii 80 ehaini,  ��������� hence wesi 80 ebaibs, to ihe point i:  01 mmenrsinnui, eo. t-lnint 04llaort*,  mora 011st-. Or.OKUE O, i'iiAf T,  Naaio ol Applioant.  DatertJonaA, 1910  LANUAOI'.  Furui No<9,        -,  ;' Form ofiNotioa.,  Coast District,, ltnr.ge S,  '. TAKENOHi-l. Uat Aluxai.der J. 8h<w  art, of Vn-iotiuver, oouup-tio.i,. ciruoufur,  inteniia to apply for pormiwiou to pur-  chue tbo following rls-sorllwT 1������ .tis.'���������  Coiumsuciug at a ptist plnnted m t"������  sh>ru about 24 uilKa iu n tenth tea*  tori/ dtraatiou from tlm so'itu.-wes. o^r*  nsruf No. 1, thfooe nortli 80 chnma,  tlroaoee������wt 80 ohains, thenoe south 80  obititis, theuco west 80 ohnina, to ppint.  eommeneement,m>ntt.'iniu������640aerjr., ut ^mnotment, nomUiulnam ������wea,  inwmorless,  ALEXANDER J. 9TBWART,  Nume of Apylioant.  Dato Jnne Otb, 1910.  LANU AOT.       "  FirmNe. 9., Form ot (Notice*  Oorut Oistiint, lUug������ %  LAND ACT.  form No o,  Fnrm of Nnitre,  Cuatt fynin. r,  l>i������n,4.v ..I lU*.,������ic i.  TAKE NOTICE that   H-kn   Hhs������-  n������i������, of Ito'ton, rwroo-iiion mnrrved wn-  nun, iniendt to awV for p#tmittton t������  porrbit* the fotlowmj} *i������<M-riheJ Umli;  L'tmimcncag ������t   a  LAND ACT.  Form Mo. 9.  y .... ,.t   Srtttre  Co������t( District Kill, e 3. ,,  TAKE NOTICE tl at Oulrod- H'l*  land, 0' Var eouser, < eoupa'hn, mai*  rinrl womsp, lo'^nria 10 f pply for _���������������'*  mU'lin to foroaase trw followinw; df-  serlbed lar.dat Oon������m*i efua at n nnat  pUoted at ih# B"h t^������i eorner of N������  II, Mn������ thraamilM north and   t*.  mil s wrM rf *|i# ft W" frrnrr.f It*  I, ^h*������nl'*, north *Vt rhalo*., tlmne* ������������a������  80 ebil ���������*   tbenreaenin  8i������ eb'iu.  tb������������ri*** wwt 8<lch������<n*. to tb. -oli % .4  cnmmenevfl.rnl, fntii iny MO ten*  mir* or las. j  ������ERTRUI������r*HOJr.*IVIl       !  v-ma if AptllO-xr, {  Dated Joac 4 ������, Il>U.  LAND ACT,  r������-Vi'.e  PURSt'RlBB FOU TUK SKWs*  iwr planuda the ()KLV OaVK UULUli A YKAU.  ��������� VI it.  .  . ���������-. '.ti,.-      "'** -- ?������������������>��������� ���������'  Form os Notiee.  Coaat DUtrUi. Rsnve I.  TAKE NOTIOB fhar Pava V*t,n*  ���������on,of Vsoouum,Mentation butaher  intttnOs   Ut  *p,l_   t*r {'"n-laalon  to  rurebssa   tha   followin������   dsseribad  ���������od*!���������Com mono! ni at a fwt planted  tti-ar ilia beach at tbe soniwast oorner  1' No IJ, bflna two mi)������s north nnA  three fall's watt of lhe aonthw.st ear  onr-of No I,lhai������# north **A ehains,  '.r-.snr.* ���������*'���������* 8M ohsi"������, tbenoa eontl.  8'lphalBf, isort f������r I a* ������o shore line,  rhi>nee     ������>���������������!    80    fh������lns      alont  thore linf te wrdow of eomn>������r.r*>-.*fti,  o-Jiuinior WOar-rea, mntant \*m.  D'Vt FgK'.UKON,  Sana 0! Api>lieaat.  O.tad J.in. ft, 19)1)  mmmmmm>m*memaemtmmm'meeemmWmmmm^  |IK YO������J WaKT  GOOD PRINTI1  tilVK t'8 A, TRIAL  ��������� TAKE NOTICK thai  K| lub.tU Ja,,o  Smith, of Vaiiunuver, uoonpatiori, manied  woman, (uteuile to upply for ptrsniwitiu  to purobase the fellowiuif daioriOril lamls:  Curatneuoiug at a pu������t planted at, the  sentb eutooraur ot No, 1,  tliouoe l-Utli  80ohaius,mors orl������w to������b>r������ Km, taei-  m eaat 80 chanis alou-a t orthtrn bumidn y  of No, 80, thenor uorth 80 ohau a, tueuoi  west 80 cjialoa, to jwint of vouimencsnisi t,  oqutataieff MO seres, uiura er leas.  XLlZABBTHJANKSMUtf,  N������mo ot Applicant.  D.U June Otb, 1010,        .  mW^mmmm*m*mm*mtmmmmtmt*ttmtmtmm I     11  LANU AOT.  fnrm w������. a, town of Notice,  j Oaat District, Ren*** tl.  TAKK NOTICE that David Dswsmi  Milor, vf Vsaewuv-ar, rwcapation. ������*rp������n*  ter, iateada to apply for ptrmUaioa to par**  nh������f������thaff>ll.*wbt|"lUaeribsd liuUi���������Cum  mancioi at a pe������t plautad at llie **���������<*%*  itat mrntt et No. I ihatiot nurth 10 tbfins  thtaos rant 80 stain*, tNnee soatb M,  ohai'ta tWsnoe aist tOvlisias, to paint ofi  etNRatwwwsat, eaataibins] 6t0 etna'ji.afa-j  nt Itas  vkvwvAwmtt ww*  Varna nt ApphsanLJ  DaUdJuiwOtli, 1910,  FOR SALE- A i\vm nioiiifdj  IiOiimh on half lot. lor furtln'r|)ftr-|  ticfilaraapplf at tlii# o*ii<i������  VOU  BALE-Smith   ������������rwiiwr|  Tvt*'.v������Uci lu   p"td, tirder.   C***r 1  $mm will iwll for mttOM. Aji  jilV at tlii** oSktv ���������ci|2i_������__&aC������SlB������^  as������������^s*ss2Saa������x_^:  THE   NEWS",   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  LAND ACT.  or_.No. 9. -   Eorm of Notioe.  Coast Diatriot,. Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William F. Smith,  of Vancouver, occupation,, carpenter, in-  tends to apply for permission to purohaae  the followii.g .{escribed, lands:���������Commenoing at a poat planted at the north east cor.  ner of No. 1, tbenoe north 80 chains, thonce  eaat 80 ohaini, theuoe south 80 chaips,  th'OM west 80 ohains, to point of comm*  enoement,. containing 640 acres, more or  leas. WILLIAM F. SMITH,  1 Name of Applicant.  Dated June *.h, 1910.  LAND ACT,  Purin No. 9. Form ot Notioe.  Ooast Distriot,   Rauge 2.  TAKE NOTIOK that Margaret MeKlv-  or, of Vancouver, occupatioo, married wo  n���������O, intends to apply for permission to pur.  chaee the following dewribed landa:���������Com-  toeooing at a poat planted at the north east  ������orter of No. 3, being twn miles north and  onei..mile east of the south weat corner of  No. 1, thenoe north 80 ohaius, thenoe cast  CO chain!, thenoe aonth 80 chain*, thence  west 80 chains, to the point of commence-  meat, containing 040 aores, more or leea.  AdAUUAKKT McKIVOB,  Namu of Applicant.  Da'ed June 9 It, 1910.  LANU AC C  Form No. 9. Form of Notioe.  Coaat Diatriot, KaugO 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Annie Higham. of  Vanoouver, occupation, married wruian, in  tei.<i������ to apply for pei uiiiwion to purohaae  thjs following deaoribed lands:���������Commeuo-  itg at a poat plauUni ut the north east coiner of No. 5, tieing three miles north and  one mile eaat of tti6 south weat corner ot  ���������  No. 1, tbenoe 80 chains north,  thence 80  ohains eaat, thenoe 80 ehains aouth, theuoe  80 ohaina weat, to the point of commence-  nmut, containing 840 acres, more or leas.  ANNIE HIGHAM,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June Oth, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  ' ������������������' ' -CoastJDiatriot,^Riun{tt.2.  BEER/  REER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  BREWERY BEER  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -     FOR  SALE  BY     -     ���������  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vancouver, B*. C.  TAKE NOTICK that Maggie Armstrony  of Vaucouver,.occupation, marritd woman  intends to apply for peruiiaason to purohaae  the ftilUiviuit dtiacribad lands:���������Cotniiieuc-  iug at a poat planted u* tbe north eaat corner of No. 7i beiug four miles north and  one mile ea������t of the south went comer uf  No. 1, thonoo north 80 chains, theuoe eaat  ���������SO chains, thence aouth 80 chnins, theuce  ������e������t 80 oluitie, to the point of com luetic**  tieut, contain ing G40 aores, moro or less,  ���������-,,...���������./   MAUGIE ARMSTRONG, .   .  Niiuie uf Applicant.  Dated June Oth, 1010,  MADE IN CANADA  NOTICE is herely given that on the  flint day of Die ni'-er mxr application will  be iiittde to the Superintendent of Pmviu-  dial Policu fi r the renewal of the bottl liceuso 11 Hill liquors by retail iu the Intel  known us the Woodhus .Snipping Place'  ���������ituuteat Oyster Hiver, in the pruviuou of  fiiiiiah Columbia.     Ankik Wooiuium.  Dated Ouiubor 11, ItMO.  NOTICK is h.'teby given that mi the  flrat day ut December uex< uppliciit o* _��������� ill  ba mado te the Supc;liiteudui-.t ol 1'iuviu-  oial Police, Victoiia, fur h r-mm nl of tlie-  ll itei lioouso to sell liquura by rutuil iu  tlio hotel kuowu as the Union hotel, situate at Uuion, B C.     SamuklC. IUvm  Dated the lltli day of Ootobvr, I01U  NOTICK is hereby glvsu thst on the  Hm.dny if Doosmber uext npplio.tiou will  he iiuide t.i to tho Superintendent of Pro*  vjnoiul Pwliue, Vlotoiiu, for a iouew.il of  the hotel license to **ll lii|iiors by retail  io the hotel kuown hb tho CuurUuny hotel  .ituatei nt 0 urteuny, ll.C.  Joun K. Johnston,  Dated Ootnber 11,1910,  CHEMICALLY PURE  Canadian Government teats  show we havo tho purest,  and highest strength goods.  Gillctt'a Is used by the  best Bakers and Caterers  everywhere.   Coots no  moro than the inferior  adulterated kinds.  |E.W.GILLETTCO.,LTb.(  Toronto, Ont.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of-any descriptiodn  belonging to tlio Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off tlie land  of tlie said Company, will lm prosecuted to the full extent of the law.  W. L. COULSON,  General Manager,  n     *  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  NtDTICE.  Riding oa locomotives and rail  Any care of the Union Colliery  Company hy any person or per-  JOH8-���������except uiin crow���������i-j strictly  proh.'lite.d., Employees Te sub-  zee to lii^ntiHsal for allowing, earn-  :     '-.-.-���������   Uy order  w; l. cotjlsoNv  General Manatrer.  ��������������������������� . 1 '  Summer months are BOVRIL  months. A cup of BOVRIL  with a biscuit gives ail  necessary nutriment wben  meat is not relished.  Try a little BOVRIL in your ?  canned meats.  BOVRIL  CUMBERLAND & U&10N  WATER WORKS CO., Ltd.  NOTICE.  Spriukliug will bt* allowed only  j between tho Lofirs af 7 to 8 in tho  morning and from 7 to  8  in  the  j evening.  j Leaky taps must be attended to  at once.  I Any changes or additions to existing piping must be sanctioned  by the company.  A. McKhight,  Manager.  4  ���������  HIGH GRADE STOVES i  And all KITCHEN!, .UTENSILS  ' Sportsmens Goods  ' and !  General Hardware  I  BICYCLE  'BA'RGAIN  Police Model Humber Bicycle, only  soiled/complete with  Carbide Lamp.  The outfit cost about $90.00.  Owner goiug away will sell for  ������55.00 cash, or $60.00 terms.  Tliis is a Genuine SNAP.  Thos. PLIMLEY  1 no Gov,t Street, Victoria, B.C.  HW" Opposite Spencers  S.S."LITHIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  .<; or to  'G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, B.C.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for fluents.  The Oenttal Hotel for Bportamon  N'rSTie but the Host of Wines and Liquors  at the liar.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  I   FAIRFIELD  |  1= STORE = I  I J. JACK,   Pnop. %  %    A Fine Assortment of    %  the Choicest Candies,     f������  te  , Fruits and Tobacco.      <������  Vancouver Ice Cream,    ������  Dunsmuir Avo.  Cumberlund *  NOTIOK is hereliy given tnat on tlio  fir it diy el December uext appiicstiuu will  tie mule to ths Superiatoodetit of Pro-  vl'ioUl Polio**, Vio urla, ter a rsivwal of  tbrth'tl lloonietosoll liqiom hy rotsil  tu the hotol known as tha Klk hotel, situated st (lorn x, B.U.     Jons Martix.  UsWdOctibsrll, 1010.  N01TLK i������ hereby ������iv*u that 011 the  Hm dny ef December neit sppl onion will  he made t*������ tbe Huperinteodent ������( Pro*  viaelal Polio* Victor.*, for a renewal of  tbe hotel bonis* U soil 1-quorsby retail  lu the hotel known as the Mslnsplnn He  to),aitu.td ������t Luurt,B,C.   Vn*������faun*  Dated O.tnbar II, 1010.  ���������mmrnrmwmi inai     ii i".m")wi'iua'i'ma.i^j-1 "*>.f  NOTICr*. In liDiohv  given   tlmt nn tbe  first duy ot Di'ofmlur nsxt spitlLntlui will  be tnsBa to tba 8U|ieriut������nileutof Provin*  oial P.'llwi Viotoria, fur a renewal of tbe  hotel lieeuse to cull liquors by retail In  ii.. Viid! km-tnii *'itl:: ^'l.hitnltj:���������.}������������������"  uatta ���������tCsnipbsll Utver. II. C.  THULINftHANNKX.  Dsted Ooteaar 11, WI0.  inaia. ml n n t'Trrn inn in  NOTICK is hereby Riven thst on tbe  flrat tl*y of UtoetnlH r neat appliestion *i.|  he m������de to the ���������.uiisnnUsn lout. . f Vrnvi .���������  stal Pvliaa, Viwtorls, for tberanoirslof th*  hotel Uce is. tu s>-h liqn >r. tiy ioy.m tli*  Uot4 kaowa.as tlie Wit*oa ttottl, .1 **u*l  at Uelon Hay. B.C.   ioux Ikurattr, in,  tinted Oabthtt 11. tflltl.  lip ��������� i. 1 r - r ir 1 1 r-r ~ir i ~~T   ������������������������  NOTICK TO.THK.PUHLaC.  HsviuB built s Isrge warehnnae and mill  nt Courisnsy, I will In fu'ttrs keop on  Inml a ���������lock of all Hud* ot liny, firaln,  mid Peed st lowest rniirknt rntos. A  epsolnlly will b* tnsd* of roller oruslied  fofd fnr hurt' * whioh ������ill make a nvln������  of ona third in ths aot ol (red. Ordors  (jlvnti tbe teamster or by phone will ba  promijlyHIM. ThaiUlnayoa for your  pstr mu* tu the pint sud Mllel'tag a enn  tiim.nueof thsiaiin on hroidsr lia*s,l  bB������ to rsiusiu  Yonrs to commmid,  HVRON CltAWl-ORn.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  o  o  o  o  o  <���������  It  it  An Ad In thc  pays.    Try it.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ui  WfeV-tnd aet-W between Vancouver,  Nontiuo, Union, Comox, by the  st^l fXlvde hnllt twin *rf*"w  atearasr "COWICHAN"  Sailing aa usder���������  Leaves Vanoouver, fhttnrday fl p m  Arrivns Nsnainto, Saturday 12 pm  Arrlvea Unlee, Sunday Oam  Arrives Uoinoi, Banrlay 8 a in  Balnrlln���������^���������:���������  Leavf* C^tttt. Monday 4pm  Uavoo Un'*.- HurwUy iptn  ArrivM NinMmo, ������nadsy II p m  Arri*p v'niromivw Moeday 7 a at  at_sr������ l������*ve* Vuon tat <"u#.r*wl*ii I . v  P.  Denier in  ALL KINDS OF  js Fruit, Candy Cigars  i; Cigarettes & Tobacco.;;  Hon ova I Hock,  OUM11KHUND, n.a  ^���������^������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������e>*>4*  Go to  WATER: NOTICE:  NOTICEl ins hereby, given- that   an  applioation will be made under Part  V. ofthe-"Water."Act, 1909," to obtain- a- licenBerini the       Divieioh  of  ; fa) The name, address and ocoupatiou  of the applicant is William Alexander  Matheweou, of Comox District, British  Columbia, Furmer  (fo) Tie name of i the lake, atream  or source: (iffunnamed, tbe descrlp-  tiuu is) Threo Spring*, known us MatUuw-  Son's Springs, situate on Section Six, Co*  niox Didtriot.  r (0) The poiut ot diversion is direct from  sou ci or Springs.  [d) The quantity of water applied for  (in cubic feet per sioi ml] 0.05(1 oubio feet  per s< corni.  (e.) The character, of the proposed  wurki    (f.) The premises on which the wator is to be used (describe samo).  Section oix, Uowux Ui-.tr ot   l.n.ieli  Col-  iimbia,  a U  the Northwest 80 nores t.f  Section Eight, (Jnmox Dint riot afure-nkid.  .(_,) The purposes for which the  WHWr is ti ho u������bd u inuniiu -j.rp nt*.  (h) Tf for irrigation describe the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage.....   (i.) If the waterj is to be need for  power or mining purposes describe  tbo place where the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of  re-  vUril      itiMMM      I II)      Mllll.ll       Still*!**      ItlMVtlll  (j.)Area ot Crown land intendad to  be occupied by tha prsposed works'  (k.i. This notiee was posted on the  I3th dny 'fSi>pUmber, 10I0, aud appl cation ������*ll| be 01111011 llie G-mraiHlotioron  the !!8 H dny of Ootol er. IftlO'  1.) (Jive the names ond addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licsn*  sees who or whose linds are llkery to  be affeeted by the proposed works,  either above or below tbe outlot:  None.  (%naturo)   W. A, MATllfeWSON,  {V.O.nldres')   Oomox, B.C.  WINTER SCHEDULE.  Effective oh and from the 'drd,  proximo, the following will- be the  fall Hcliedule of our local mail  stoamers;���������City of Nanaimo'leaves  Nan 'imo at 7 a. ni., o\\ Wtitl'nos-  day-s and Friday's and the Queen  City leaves Nanaimo 10 p. in., on  Monday*. City of Naniumo leav-,  es Comox at 7 a. in,, on Thurs-  daya antl Saturdays. Queen City  lepves Coinox at. 1.15 p. m., 011  Tuesdays. *"  LAND REGISTRY AOT.  In the mntler of an application for  for   a   Duplicate Certificate of  Title t'o Lots 11 and 12 Block  A [map 522 B) Town of Cum  berland.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  Ibat it is my. intentionint tho expiration of one month from the date  of the (irst publication hereof, to is-  me a  Duplicate Cortiffcate of'Tide  to said lands issued to John West*  wood on iho  7th day   of  August  1895 and numbered 814 U.  Laud Registry OifiVe, Victoria,  B.C.  Thn 23rd day of August 1010.  S. Y. WOOTTEN  Re:i������intr General.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  D:strict of Coast, Range 2. \  take NoriCK that Frank Hinks-  man, of Vnncouver, B. C, wood  merchHiit, internls toapjly for jer-  mission to purchase the following  described lrw.df: Commencing at a*  post planted ahou 4-_ mileii north'  and 1 mi!f enM of ihe southeast  corner of CL 3358, thet.ee south 40  chains, tbnice west 80 chains,  thenre north 40 ohaina, thence east  SOchrins, to pnet ofcomme.uanient,  containing 320 aures more or   lees.  rUAKK H1NKBMAN.  Dat-id July 28th, 1910.  A  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast,-Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Percival  James McLaughlin, of Vancojver.  B C , rancher, inlonda to npply for  permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing  at a post planted about 5 miles  Dorth and 2 miles east of the south  east corner of CL 3358, thencenorth  80 chain*, thence we������t 80 chnins,  thence suuth 80 chairns, thence eaBt  80 chain?, to post ol commencement  containing 640 acres, more or le?s.  PEBOIVAL JAMBS'McLAUGHLIN  Dated July 27th, 1910.  NOTICE is ii hereby given that at the  next meeting 11 the Boafd of License  CornmissionerBof the City of Curabtr-  land, I intend to apply for a transfer o  the wholesale liquor license held l.y me  on lot 3, block 2, to block 15, lot 6, Cam-  bi-rland Townsite.  CULI MDSSATTO.  Dated this Sth day of August, 1919.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  JOHN McLEODS  rWR  FTI!flT.<������flAf4H  CAMIV, MtUliW,  NdTIOK ia her ly givon tnat on the  flmt day of Da-v-mlmr n xt applies!i-m will  ba mndo to Hi' S.ni������r|. t.������r.tleit of Provin-  einl YiiMtte, Vie oris, fir tlio r*nm>ul of iln.  Iiutal hc������n o tonsil liipiois by rsUil M tlio  ho nl known sa tlm Kol.on l<u*������l, a'tiutsil  at Union Ray, B.C.  NOTICE is horoby given that 30  days afier date I inted to apply to  tho Hon. tbo Chief Commissioner of  Linds nnd Works for u liconse to  pro-spoil forcoal and patrolMirn un,  der tbo lands in NeUon DUtriot,  Vancouver Island, described a������ foi-������  lows:��������� ommenoing at a post  plated on tbo wo-t boundary line of  tho Md Baynes Sound Lease, about  SO ohaius from thu uoriliwc-t corner  of snld Loan*, tinner* proceeding  fouth 80 cliuins, thonce imhI 40  c ains moro or ler-e to the west houn*  (I iry lino of Section 1, thonce north  f>5 obaiiin following aaid wost boutc  dary line of Section 1 in t tie north*  wost corner of Srotlon 1, thenco weit  VO chain���������������, tlience norih 15 chainn,  thonco wost 20 clmi lis mo*o or less  to in Kin 1 point,  KA.GMlBWn.MOir,  K. I'rif-st, Agfflt.  Datct this Slat ilny of rVpUmbcr, 11������10.  . Distriot of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE   FOTICE  that   Westley  -E-vert~Wastteyf-of-Vancou-vor,-������.G-,-  plasterer, intends to adply for permission to purcbn8e the followin)!'  described liinda,���������Commencing at a  pojt planted about 5 miles   north  nud 2 miles tnet  of tbe   southeast  corner of CL 3358, thence south 80  clmlns,   thence east   80    chains,  thence north 80 chains, thonce went*  80 chains, to post  of  commencement, containing C40 acre*, more or  less.  WESTLy- EVERTi WESTLEY.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT,  District of Coat), Range 2.  TAKK NOTIOE that Ernest Atkins, of Vancouver, B C, occupation tinsmith, intends to apply for  permission to purchase) tlio follow*  ing described lands: Commencing  ot a poat planted about 5 miloH  north and 2 miles east of ihe south*  eust cor hor of C L 3358, thence  south 80 chains, Ihence \voi*i 80  chnins, thence north 80 chain*,  thence east 80 chnins to post of.  commencement, containing 640-  acres, more or less,  ERNEST ATKINS  Dattd July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  yrvt'Tf T.*:,. i,..,.i... ���������i,.,��������� ii,.*. ... tx,* ������...  *    4%  dsy ol D#o������mlirr w XI spfiliatioo will l<������  msd* to Oi* Miiprrialsndsat of Proriscist  Polio-*. VioiorU, for tho rioowsl of ths ho.  t������l I'oniiie to s.11 liqsorsby rsUilinths  hotol known ������s ths 1'ort Aaintti hotel. *l-  ost-'il st Clomos, I4.C. J. It Houiks,  DaUdOotobrr ll. 1'JIU.  NOIIOK isft*r������'<v gvsn thst mi ths flrat  Any ei l>������ t-w.l������������r ��������������� st arpl������e������ti>wi will tx  msds tn thi* Auprmitedeit ot Prnrifirslsl  Poll*-, Vle'wis, f������f tht MBtwsl of ths ho-  .._ , . .to. W****** ;*' ei-H l-fiofs try mail in the  N KW.i tw> '&'i*dm>-, ���������.u.itu.'^wi*. uirval at- COW. li't..! kiii������n MtfioF*��������������������������������� tfd'l, situa-kd .'.  ICHANT nad !������*>��������� Cnmnerlsid Hotol ]tw. i |l ���������'             PMrnrwia M Cum  st 1 pm, ooo-MsUoir ������iUi st.iuu it    1    l) ������������������" noinhw ir. 1910.  tlmbm. 1      ' '","    ' ���������-  m  iSUlli I, i������liore. > m.v n tut. mt u.u  flrst dsy ul li'cso.lior n������.t Mpuliestiou will  !��������������� mtds tvo ths Hnp������>Hf������t**������d������'������������ of Pr ������io������i������l  Police. Viotori*, for ths renews! uf the lin  tnl liosu*s to wil liquors by rotsil in th  inrtti kmnsn Mttm ivivi.im.ih nuwn, ������>vu������ho  st Oonrtenay, R,C. O. II. Vtrmnn.  DitsdUotehsr 11,6010.  NOTICK is hereby giiMi that 80d*>  nftor dt!a ! fnt*nd to sppiy tn 1h������ Hon,  Ilia Cliii'f Uotmr.iiaiimor tf Lsnds snl  Works lor s heeo'o tn pronpect lor e ni  snd potml**um nnd������r tlw tinds in ttr'-Kt*  HiHtrmU, V������iu..iuv.r laliot ami o*tei*l**4  as foHww������:~(!.H*im.*a������i*,| si a post |U<������I  oo t*s mwUi Urnni tiy lin* i* ik>* *U It ���������> ti* *  Hootad team aimmt tt) oksin* from lli* ***���������  short, proeteding tbeneo south 80 chains,  tfctiHo wma ���������)() meant*. %b*mm tmlb SO  ,clhaiM, Imatam *u*t RU **������i*w t*> i������*m*i  9***. V. OARKW QtmO*.  pit K. I*rr������������t. sg������nl.  Hlts4rUfl������SiW fist, mil  NOTICR lehsrn'iy gi-zea Out 30 dnja  aftor il������tn 1 uili-nil to apply to tlie Uon.  Tlie t-biuf 0 mral*#sioni������r of Lands snd  Fii.iM.ii k ltisitor. | Works lur a li.ienso ti pr*i������p*ct for eoai k  .-��������� .������������������������������������������ ������������������ | |tetioi������urn imUer antl on (lis lands in N*-|.  aun U-mUliit, la.WxM.u.   lntmu.t  mii-i  d.*-  crilaat h# follow*:-Commencing at  a poat placed nn Iho writ boundary  line of tho old Unyuoa Bound Laaef,  Distriot of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Jamts  HorveyFoe,of Vnncouver, Vi, C,  occupation leamMor, intends to np*  ply f ir pormlrtsjon lo purchat-e the  following eli'^crihsd litnrf*.: Commenoing at a post planted alout 5  miles north nnd 2 milo* oast ut 'hu  nouthorm corner of CL ������3*ftR, llwi'.ra  norih 80 chain*, ihoneo *"ijt >;i"������  cliiiinr. lbfi.ee ntlh Ri'.:!,ai;i.-,  ihar en west KOcuaina lo post of  commencement, ronta uing GiO  acre a, more or less.  JAMES lIKljtVny FEE.  limtid Jui^   a-MO, iViV,  i ,..���������> pr\ .1 , i���������,, r.  . , <���������-,.. .il��������� ttr,.,  corner poet of the R.iynea -Bound  Lasso, prooordins the- r������������ iloiiKsaid  lioumlary lint' rmrth HO r.h������im������  more or Iwn to the nwrihwrni mrnsr  of old HeyiieaRoui.il Itrtte, theaee  etat 45 chaina more or le*>a to ti<*>  aes'crri buttitdary nf arcr. upplhd  for hy C Carow ������|iih#.'ii, theriif.  M������'ii 8������ chain*. t"teie# ntmllS  thnina, iliwio* aonth -h- cha'na,  thanma m*e*t '20 rhaiftr, tw lnti.nl  prrir.f. HF,CARK"-^rB������*f>y.  |tr BPnet, aiant.  Iiaitti rVp'rutbar flat, 1910.  COAST LAN!) DISTRICT.  Di. irlet -of Conn, Rnnre'2.  TAKK NOTICE iliai Richard t>  I^en-r, ot Vanoouver, B.C.genil***  man, iniende to apply for jiertnl ���������  aion to purchase the following da*  tattled land*: Cot*mencing at a  poat planted about 7 milea no-th  and 2 mil*f������a ������*aai of the tm ihentt  mtrat of CLSSr������8,tbeiife������<uih bi)  rlialn*. tbenoa eati 8ft rhain*,  ilrrtee norih fOohniito. ihanre ma-%  HO cliair.*., ir. p*i������t nf ���������v**wif������������*f*f������.*ii #nt  f*or1t)������Irifr.|������ #t#0 *.#*r#". n������"*������������ t������������������ ��������� '  RlCllARIf .) I.KKa0.^  Dalai July -7t)i, l'JIU. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  IRISH SPOOK STORY.  One of the latent prom.u<sn. gentlemen to ipe-k highly in Zam  Buk'i favour is Mr. C. E. Sanford  of Weston, King's Co., N.S. Mr.  Sanford it a Juitice o! the Peace  for the Count)*, and a member of the  Board of School Comminioners.  lie is also Dunoon of tha Httptiuc Church  in Berwick. Iudeod it would bod flicull  to liad a man. mure widely knou-n umi  more highly respected. Here id his  opinion of Zam-Buk.    He says -.���������  "I never used anything thut gave tub  inch, satiiifdction as Znui-Buk. I had a  p tr.h of Kczoma on my ankle which had  been th Te for over 20 yenrs, Soniutim*���������*  also the di.eii.so wou.d beak out ou mv  sh luMcrs. I hid applied var onn ointments and tried nit aorta ot things to  obtain a cure, but in vain. Z m Buk, unlike everything else I had wind, proved  highly nali������factory and cured tbe ailmonl  "I Live also used Z.\m B k tor itc.iiig  pile*, and It hns cured them o*>mple ely  nl������*>. I UiVo comfort in helping my brother  men, and if the publicati n of:ny opinion  oftho howling value of Zam-Dult wil lead  other Buffered to trydtv I ahouid be eiid.  Kor the relief of sufforing c*.uw?<l by Piles nr  Skin Dinea oa I know of nodjing-toeqiul  Zam-buk"  Zam-Buk cure* uloere, ab������ce������������el, blood-poison,  rlotcwotm, lettering or ruoniiijf sores, bud I't;,  varicose ulcern, Bait rheum, prairie It.h, cuti,  barn*, brui.ii;*, b������bj*'s lore*, ele. Purely herbal,  JigaiojCjj'xui'ijists and stores.  Reluse luiiuMoiii.  Boy Who Floats From Bed Baffles All  Investigators. *  A remarkable ghost story comes  trom Knniscorthy and so far it seems  meapabie of explanatioa Newspaper  men and others have iavestigated u.  series of queer hnpp-iiu.g^ in this  town ami those who ea.ne expectim.'  to find thut a practical joker had been  at work have been forced to abandon  this theory.  I Thc events occurred in a room which  wns occupied by two young men and  a boy, and exactly the same program  was onrried out every night. On two  nights there were a number of independent watchers in the room. At  first a persistent tapping on the wall*  was heard, but although the room  and tiie who!..- )iou.fo were thoroughly  searched no trace of any human agency could be found. Then the bed  cIoCk's we whisked by invisible  hands off tin- boy and deposited in a  heap on the floor. Later, the boy himself was lifted, bedclothes and all, nnd  deposited in. the middle ofthe room,  wiih Me sneet under him, and the  blankets over him just as he had been  lying in bod. .    ,  All suspicion that the boy was a  party to an elaborate hoax was dispelled by the state'of abject terror in  which lie was, and the fact that his  room mates had nothing to do with it  was proved by the occurrence of the  phenomena while they were held down  i':i their b"(U by the independent witnesses. The whole town is wildly ex-  oit.d over the occurrences and some  of the more ignorant inhabitants are  in a state of panic. The clergy of tlie  town are considering the, advisability  of taking some steps to allay the  panic.  CRIPPLED BY  Suffered Tortures Until "Fruit*a*tlves''  Took    Away   Tht)  Pain.  /������fii____!K'  Soothing  "But those extremely violent women  lunatics���������how do you manage to keep  them so quiet?"  "That's an idea of the new superintendent's."  "Yes?"  "Yes. He hnd the strnifjaekets  made up in the peekaboo .style,"���������  Puck.  Empire M.P.'s.  In. connection with Mr. Birrell's recent speech at the Eighty Club and  his el..qu<-.*at utterances on the question of imperial federation! it is interesting to note a very little known  precedent for colonial representation  in tlie British Parliament. Among the  state papers for the year 1536 may be  r^nd a Wter from John Bartelet to  Henry VIII.'s minister, Thos. Cromwell, stating that, in accordance with  the recent act, the mayor and aldermen had chosen Mr. Pryseley to attend the English Parliament as the  -reprosca.Utij__J2i__alaj_^^ he  had made certain'arrangements'-abnur  his passage into England.  One Thomas Boyd was also elected  as bis colleague, and Calais continued  to s-.md M.P. 's to Westminster until,  in the reign of Mary; we lost the  stronghold we had held for over two  centuries. This is the only instance  in history of anything, like colonial representation at Westminster, unless,  indeed, we reckon one or two exceptional occasions when colonial grievances have been voiced ut the bar of  the House of Commons, as tliey were  so brilliantly by Benjamin Franklin,  when Burke said the scene reminded  him of "a master examined by a parcel of schoolboys."  The "Red Earl."  Earl Spencer, who i-eeently died fit  Althorpo Park. Northamptonshire  wus almost the hist of the old sehool  of politicians ,,that li.nk us with Bea-  c.onsfleld and" Gladstone, whose grout  friend the eurl was. He had been  longer in the Lords than its present  leader, fnr he succeeded his father to  the earldom an fur .back as 1857. Soon  after this lie boeniiin attached to the  household nf thr* Prince Consort, and  lain., nils are reeoui-j     , u   ^ that f)f tho luti; Ki���������gi  way to speedy n lief , whpn ^.^ o{ WaU<s  ��������� _" ._!,r''��������� _ Ji1,'.? ( He was (hu first L-rd-Lioiih'������'*������t of  Ireland created by Mr, Oliidsione,  and he hus been n member of every  Liberal administration since then,  excepting the present, There is no  doubt tlmt, hut for bad health, ho  would huvo boon u member of the  present Cabinet.  It was in the days of his lord lieu*  t'M'iimcy that he was nicknamed tho  "lied Karl," a title that lifts only full*  en into disuse since age whitened tlm  Croat red board which used to spread  over his lordship's eliest.  I     "Frult-a-tlves,"   the   famous  fruit  I medicine,   is   the   greatest   and   most  j scientific remedy ever discovered for  ! Rheumatism.  :     "Fruit-a-tives,"   by  Its  marvellous  action on the bowels, kidneys and  I sldn, prevents tho accumulation of  1 Uric Acid, which causes Rheumatism  and thereby keeps the blood pure and  I rich.  | Mrs. Walter Hooper, of HJHview,  Ont,, says: "I suffered from severe  - Rheumatism, lost the use of my right  | arm and could not do my work. Nothing helped me until I took "Fruit-a-  tives" and this medicine cured me."  If you are subject to Rheumatism,  don't wait until a severe attack comes  on before trying "Frult-a-tlves."  Take these fruit tablets now and thus  prevent the attacks. .  "Fruit-a-tives" is sold by all dealers  at 50c a box. 6 for $2.50, or trial box,  25c, or may be obtained from Fruit-a-  tlves, Limited, Ottawa.  Trying to Get a Good. One.  Pat was a married man���������a very  much manied man. He had married  no fewer than four times, and all his  wives were still to the fore. According to Pat's own account before'the  court where he was tried for bigamy  and found guilty, his experiences were  not ' altogether satisfactory. * The  judge, in passing sentence, expressed  his wonder that the prisoner could be  such a hardened villain as to delude  so many women.  , "Yer honor," sn.l Pat, apologetically, "I. was only tryiii' to get a good  |one, an' it's, not aisy!"  If you would enjoy life, make up  your mind to let the other fellow do  all the worrying.  SUMMER TIME A  ^-___JOME_.OF DANGER  ShiJohs Gure,  quickly stops coughs, cures colds, honto  ths throat and lungs. ��������� ,     ���������  ��������������� ������*nU\  When a young man acts us a girl's  escort for the first lime she tries to  impress other girls with the idea that  she can marry him any time she  wants to.���������Chicago News.  A Remedy for Bilious  Headache.���������  To those subject to bilious hendiiehe,  Parmelee's Vegetable I'ills are rcootii  mended as the  Trilu'ri   iieeonliiig  will subdue, irregularities of Hie rIoiii  ach and so net upon the nerves and  blood vessels that the rmirw in tlic  head will cense, There are few who  nre not ut sometime subj-et to .bilious.  Hosu and familiar with its nltendiitit  evils, Yet none need suffer with theso  pill* nt hand.  Heck-"In my view the partnership  of marriage is precisely like n partnership in lni'dness,"  Peek "You're away off! In husi-  1VHK a man HOiiii'tiliU's |������e1,s a silent  j.firtM' r, in inari-lnt'i' n.-ver."  Mlnnrd'i Liniment Cures Burns, Etc,  I   can'I.  find  ma am,  Sally I'leaw  the lii'iioui.  Mrs. Sliiiwlnipe* Haven't, I Inld you  oflen enough lo huve a place for evi-iy.  thing mu) ������������������ivryfhi'w in its place?  Sully   Yes, ina'i m; I did thai, but  1   llll VI  l'01|.-lll.  lost  the   price  Red, Wenk, W������nry,  Th-lii've I by Murine  Try Miriie- for yonr  You will l'l;> Murine  Wle nl Your Drii'-iristN,  Hook' !���������>'���������!> Murine  ('������>., Toronto.  levelling Wis.  Watery Eyes  K.V"      llellH'dy  )���������;>���������*��������� Troiibb's  ,   ' |i  s....t>.."������  \Yr'ti������ f n- I'lvti  live   lli'iii'-dy  '���������}  He ciHiie hoitii. in t'.f- *nri|| IniihH '*/  tlu* iiinriiire', mil hih I .viinr -.poii*..  confronted him witb ".r-t'i *u ln*i .' .*  mul a lob'Ken m in h.*r lornl, *,������������������������ i'".:.  "|I. r,- i--. in v.. Hmi bus li" *ii waiting  for yr/ii A'tee >-iir>"������.)--iJiiiil.  A Chlmnev-Sweep ns Author.  In tho ixsrson of Mr. Walter Hunt,  Slroiitbaii' possesses n chimney-sweep  who is studyiiur lur u 'Varsity diplo.  nm hi bis tmy.foueth year. Already  be has written a MriUitiu work, en*  tilled "Are We u Dc'lining llaee?"  Tbe rietunil history of the human raen  lias always fascinated him, ami after s.v.'i'piiig chimneys all day Mr,  Hunt attends leetiiri-n for.tlw piirpow  o' ������liii|yiiH������ *^ii"h iilwirit^i* -hI������)*m*1 w ua  "The \ustriiliiui Aliiirij.'leies," "I'im-  plei. of India," "Aninth! l-ower* of  I'eimitivi* liiiees," et.'. Me hope*, to  carry ������u" ihe iliplorrin of London University. Mr, Uunt is not only a cultured sweeii, bill I- hIko ihi athlete of  no uiiaii afiillty. II- is a noie.l loin*.  lU-iaiu-e eylint, nnd think.-; nothing  ..( dointi Oil) mile- n duy.  I  I It ll".  I.'11  ,, *  \-n��������� \,u 10'niri^i (lie tiiii-riieli,  lliroiiirh Ins (ioiki*!"., imuk...��������� ���������..  left mv ir In ne*. in to'iii,"  "Y"-* "    Ayi    relili.d.    Willi    HCIllllillg  nproriy, "Int you brouglii iln* emit.-nt.*  with you."  DODDS '  Ikidney  4  PILLS  :!.iv\v.  \\vs>^ ,',ls  ���������t-IIL Tt 5  W. N. U., No. III.  "M-illon."  tirilliint litlln Wall-.- h pr* ud of her  "Maboii,"  otherwise   the   1,'iglit   lion,  W'iliiarri .Minilinrn, ������lm will m luturn  '      ������������������'���������' -.I   In   l'n������   i|ivi<.ion   lists  uj  the l|..u������i. of I'oiiiinoii* an Aoraintiii  VS llillllll.   if   .ii.-*'........   ���������������������������    ' ''    'H   V   '  niiiii.-.il..-. Mr. W-Ui'Mti M.r il.'im, who  lm* been retiiriied for it Diibliri }>jvi*  sum, "Million is mih* ..i Ui. :;.<-.-.t pi"������������������  turxMjue iiH'ii in tlie ll'.u.-.' of Corn-  ni.iiH.   ll.* ������������������Mil ii pitman, and worked  ,n .,    ������.       ' ' '   ''"���������"���������'  of it*,'!'- He ll-'l* a)! a V> **l-,i)i���������iir.-. p.-l.-i-  ."���������ton for iini^ie. and ):������������-��������� mi.* of th->  sweete-it ani nit'*i tlm.--1:1.1 voice*  ever heard in Parliament.   He tin* al-  -AI1V-I   Im.'U   It   bi������   ll^'tin*   ill   tie-   W.'lfll  Kistcddf "I, bi'iice hi^'hiirdn- iniinu,  A  Hlit.d.U.  Lihrn-y  Me'iinrid������lt> I'Vtit* w.*r.- erowdml  int.. tl..* iv., tv* !':'���������������������������'*-��������� ''*,('������������������ ��������� ulio-b  Mr iiniry.i' l*'������iidr| I'bil1,! *AIn. has  pi������t i-itt'-red upon lii^ >.-Vi-iily.nr*at  t..u. ������.������* Lord Mtn'.-i ���������! tiidun!  Tbi. *>���������������* from IWO? ib- ;-..(r of  tie* Iriimmnd Jiiluli-... mi ti.uririi  L< lj.< .1 if tni*>* ft ������'mh "t i"4*1 lit) i,,f  ������������m- r.li.-f ,,( ������iiff.r.*rs by '(.. Itnintli  ftrtline        t������i������nrsl     nm)    k.������*i iiertrUii,  Hir <..'orir������* is i-ncu'diii-.-'.;, pojuilur  with nl! dieses. Hi ii, ,i I. , n mnjtU-  mart, but pridns hirriMif more, twr-  firip*, on )n* hbrsry, which -*, nne of  . tht- lii.int vtlujabh- iu th������ kingilota.  Summer time, is a time of danger  to all babies���������but more especially to  those living in the towns aiid. cities  where the neat is so excessive as to  make it almost impossible to keep  baby's food in proper condition. It'  is then that the little one suffers  from those stomach and bowel troubles that carry off so many precious  little lives. During the summer the  mother must be especially careful to  keep baby's stomach sweet and pure  anil liis bowels moving.regularly. No  other medicine will be of such great  aid to mothers in suinnirr as Baby's  Own Tablets. These little Tablets  never fail to reuulnto the bowels;  sweeten the stomach and make baby  well and happy. Mrs. D. Devlin, St.  Sylvester East, Que,, saya: "I tliink  Bnhv's Own Tablets are the best  medicine for little ones for stomach  and bowel troubles md 1 would not  be without them." ��������� The Tablets are  sol'.l by medicine dealers or at -n  cents a box from Tbe Dr, Williams'  Medicine Co,, Brockville, Ont.  Connaught, the Canadian.  Miss K. Pauline Johnson, the woll*  known Indian pool, has been taking  a deep interest in the proposed np-  jwintmont of the Duke of Connituglit  ns the. successor nt Rideau Hall of  Karl (iroy. She writes "How runny  Canadians aro aware that should the  Duke of ConniuiRht, tho only surviving son of Queon Viotoria, ho appointed to represent King George in Can*  ���������nln, they will at least hnve, what  many wish for, a 'native' Canadian,  IjenniiR uu nneiout Cnuiidinn titlo, ua  (.iovoriior-Uenenil of  the Dominion."  It, seems that in MOO, when as Prince  Arthur, the duke wn* visiting thi������  ���������ountry for tho first timo, ho rocoivod  in invitation from his royal mother's  indiun children, out on tho Grand Hiv*  ���������r reserve, Uriint County, to visit th.-*  reserve, Ho did so on October I id  '.lint y������ir; and in tho old Mohnwk  ,'hurch, sup|>orted by Onwiiiioiisy-  how, hend chief of the Mohawks,  'riuco Arthur wns ecmnoernlnd chit.!"  A thu Six Nations of Indians.  Mr. Pugsley a Ory Humorist.  Wheu Hon. Mr. I'ug������ley wnn Attor-  iiey-Gi-nernl of New Brunswick lie  wns once pruseeuting n murder ensu  in thn County of Cnrletoii.  It wns iidmitUul tlmt tlut prisoner  had shot the deeunsod, but it wits eon*  'ended that her iluntli faulted from  unskilful treatment, nnd cnimsel for  the priaoiior hm) lod several of thu  nn-'lieiil wltnes-M's to admit that thu  rilla hulk't in passing through tlm air  wojifd Income heiitml nnd pracllcaily  storilixorl nnd woulil carry no poison*  ous jjurms into the wound,  Thn Attorney-Utuu'riil interpused;  "Probably my learned friend nn-niis  that those bullets were llrst trail Ind  with somo nittlst'ptio solution thnt  reiuti-iiti .I...., ..'��������� 'A ';��������� '".rodo^ "  ti,   -'iir"������r'<������t/������i| ernvidy.  Princs Rupsrt and land Values,  Taxation of land values only and  the relief of Improvi-monts is Hteitdil*/  ���������.mining ground in Canada, purlieu-  '-,������iy Ir. the western states, which  hiivii been prompt in imtcmv.* tint  value ot tho priwiplr*. 1'ririoe Jtupert  is thn latest city to inniiuuriitu thn  system and it is doiiu* this at tho  hnuiiHiing <������f u*- history. Tlm [������ur*  posrt is nnnitly i-aplai'ied lo hu th������  elimination of thu land speculator  ���������r.i\i. ttrnprtnen to Veep bis lots tin lined  (winding the iticr<*itw in value which  comes from the energy and niter pri so  of the real iiinkurn >���������! llu* .ity. [ly  compelling tlm spieuiutor to imf  taxes on the true market valun of  his Und lm must < itinr iitihw it him*  M If or tv.dl to tin ml- who will  ARCHIVES OF ST. SULPICE.  Great Stors of Historical Records Kept  In Montreal Seminary.  Whoever desires to. write the complete history of the French regime in  this country will have to consult the  archives of the Seminary of St. Sul-  pice, Montreal.  Bven the hurried layman would  paiue if he was, suddenly brought up  again-jt the vast record, elaborated ,  with infinite care and patience, which |  is contained in n large apartment of  the old Seminary on Notre Dame  street.  Stocks are vital. Cobalts are supreme. But the least sentimental creix.  hire could not observe, unquickened  thoss hundreds of volumes, fashioned  for the most part, by hand, and bound  with patience, and collated with lovo,  and which, in their minutiae, have  left nothing unnoticed of human  worth.  From tbe beginning of ihe French  regime, the record is laboriously kept.  The rise of the colony; the difficulties; the fighting; the set backs; tho  mutual bickerings; the transactions  of the Intendants; the parcelling out  of the land; the progress of religion  and education; the establishment of  the Order, its work and influence;  the growth of population; the 'marked  advance of the colony after the Cession ; every large and small happen-  i-irr; every family record���������all are in  these volumes, mostly fashioned by  Inin.l.  And upon every record the finger  can be placed at a moment's notice;  For there are elaborate indexes, an-  nototions, eompendiums, glossaries  mostly carried out by Cure Troie, with  the help of several assistants, who  hnve b -op' continuously at" work foi  ovor half a century.  "Yes; we do our best to make tbo  rcords accurate," said the gentle  Cure, to a press representative. w',o  glanced nt the._reat volumes, thickly  placed together, in the archive room  "This has been a labor of love to me  and my assistants.  "T,ook at these0 indexes. You wi1'  find here a correct indication whie'i  will nla-'e you in possession of what,  you want at a moment's notice.".  One saw the delicate chirogranby  which had, with patience, traveled  over the spotless page.  -Mmi'"tion being expressed for fit  work,   the   Cure   said,   laughingly���������  "Why, 1 have just made a blot im-self  "Ah. "fTF-pe^iaity���������pf���������old���������afer  gro-v old.���������if you can help it  so  big it  Tragedy in Dry Town  "Yes,   sir,   the  fish  was  pulled him in the river."  "And he was drowned?"  "No, but he might   as   well   have  been, fer he lost, his grip on his gallon  jug and it floated down stream, and  ne lives in a dry   county 1"���������Atlanta'1  Constitution.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Not Shearing Lambs  Paragruphor���������Wyoming sheep shear-  ers have organize a team and challenge any similar organization in the  world. ,  "ivianaging Editor���������Of coure they  won't dare Wall street. Idea for you,  sir.   ;  What might be  water heater is a new appliance con  SxSt-Ug of a coil of tubing to be inserted in a pail of water containing a  resistance unit to take electric current f. om any convenient connection.  Complete in itself, Mother Graves"  Worm Exterminator does not require  t        ,        r.   ,       the assistance of any other medicine  .^���������^_,s*���������.fl.re!!!" ^ make it effective.   It does not fail  o do its work,  Honeyed phrases have a bitter taste  when you are compelled to eat your  words.  "Tlut, in fact, we do take great eere  Vnd we have in these hundred*'of volumes a complete record sir. re the foun-  -lnt'^n of the French colony.  "One could write a history froj"  tbem. They are, in fact., a compl"t������  history in themselves; but a popular  history could be written from the material we could, supply.  "These volumes required great care  in t'ie formation. ,  "We, hnve had to make ninny erf-  ouin'es, pursue this or that hint or  henrsny, to make it fact, and so forth  "The nrehives nre elnbornte, as vou  WOMAN'S CHARMS  Of Skin, Hands and Hair Preserved.  For preserving, purifying and beautifying the skin, scalp, hair and  hands; for allaying minor irritations  of the skin and scalp and for preventing them becoming chronic; for imparting a velvety softness to the skin.;  for sanative, antiseptic cleansing and,  in short, for every use in promoting  skin and hair health, and bodi'ly  purity', Cuticura Soap and Cuticura  Ointment are unsurpassed. In the  speedy and economical treatment-of  -Never^Qttaiiig,_jii:_jigi^^ rashes,  ! itchings arid inflammations, "CuticuTa"  succeeds when all else fails.  The average woman would rather  buy things thau go shopping���������but that  lakes money.  SMfoh'sGure  Soickly stops coughs, cures oolda, heala  !���������  throat and  lunuv -   ���������   ���������  88 cants.  "The way to run this country," said  the village politician,, "is to put thoroughly wise, capable, alert and honest men in control of all affairs."  "Yes," answered Miss Cayenne;  '���������'but what arc- we going to do There  is only one of you.  Warts will -render, the prettiest  hands unsightly. Clear the excres-  censes away by u-dng Holloway's Corn  Cure, which acts thoroughly and pain-  lessly.  A man can hardly ever fool a woman, but she can do it .herself.       .  It, is ..a'common ."mistake for a-man!  to think bimself a lively killer.  Teacher���������Who can   define   imagina-  tion  Patsy���������I kin. .  Teacher���������What      is  Patsy?  Pntsy���������It's lookin  can't see,  imagination,  at somethin' ye  St. Joseph, Levis, July 14, 1903.  Minard's' Liniment Co., Limited.  .Gentlemen���������I was badly kicked by  -     ..       my horse last May and   after   using  s-'o, and they relate,   not   merely   to , seve-al   preparations  on  my  leg* no-  church matters, though these are giv- j thing would do,   My leg was black ns  ma prominent place, but to all mat  tors affecting' the young colony nt the  time. And it lins been kept un to  date since. These volumes would mean  i transcript of the life of the young  colony, especially in the earlier  years,"  jet.   I wi'slaid up in bed for a fortnight nnd could not wnlk.   After using  thrpn    bottles    of   your    MINARD'S j  LINIMENT T wns perfectly cured, so!  that I could start'on the road.  JOS. DUNES,  How's This?  We offer One Huudred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can-  not be cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure.  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  Wo, the undersigned, huve known F.  J, Cheney for the last IB years, 'and  believe him perfectly honorable in all  business transaction*, and financially  able to carry out any obligations made  by his firm.  Wnlding. Kinnnn & Marvin,  Whole-sole Druggists, Toledo, O.  Hall's Cntiirrh Cure is taken intern,  ally, noting directly upon the. blood  Halifax Is Proud.  No grent personage has. over come !  to Catinda without visiting Halifax.  King Edward did so, when as Prince  of Wales, he paid, his only visit to  this country, King George did so.jpn  ono or two visits. In connection with  his visit of 1001, a Halifax paper bus  the following.-���������  "Chatting with   City   Clerk Mona-  ghan ut the City Hnl! yesterday our |  reporter nsked him what souvenir the !  oity had of King George V,  Mr. Mona* 1  ghan prides himself upon his system  of keeping public documents and lm* '  mediately produced the address sign |  ed personnllv by the King nnd which i  was rend hy Mis Majesty to the eltBcns !  of Hfllifox, Oct, II), 1001, upon his visit j  here us Duke of Cornwall and York, j  Tn  view  of  tho  establishment  of   a ,  Canadian navy it is interesting to note I  the words of the King: 'Your capital,  which  stands unrivalled among the  naval ports of the world,' " ���������  ,. ' ��������� ' ������������������ i  Bnrr Colonists Mfklng Good.        j  Tho llarr colonists,Srho wont out to I  Lloydminstor, Sunk., from England !  and took up land in lfKW, havo mado |  good���������nt least n conHidornblo number  of thom have. It wan a hard strug- j  gling experience for tho first fow years, I  hut thoy am now gritting on thoir foot. J  Ono enn get no idea of thoir farms I  from the railroad, for thoy nro farther j  hock, but the crops nro good this year,  tho wheat averaging ovor 26 huslieN; |  tho oats about 05 or 00 and barley 3S j  to 40 bushels, l.nst year they had a j  bumper crop, and, indeed, there has i  not been n htihire trom drought sineo j  they settled thoro. t  Thorn ure at least fifteen steam or |  gasoline plows within a radius of;  twulvu miles nt work now breaking up :  now htiiil, so tlmt next year thu Mra- j  ago under crop will ho largely in- ;  erenned. \  Commercial 1 raveller,j nn(i muco���������g 8Ur(acQ9 0f the. system.  Testimonials sent freo. Prioe, 76c per  bottle.   Sold by nil druggists,  Tnke Hull's Family Pills for constipation.  A certain very menu German went  to n r.ifwny sta:ion booking office unci  snid: "Gimme a tiget for Newport,"  "What Newport " nsked the clerk,  "In Wales or in Buckinghamshire?"  "1 don't gnre, VJehever's the shenp-  est."  A hathtuh which swings on a hori*  7.ontul pivot to produce the effect of  waves on an occupant is becoming  popular in Germany. In many ways  it resembles a patent churn.  _^g   BRAIN WORKERS   W  '*mmtmmm\m\   v/ho get tittle exercise, feelbetter all round for   ���������_������������������__  an occasional dose of  "NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives  , They tone up the liver, move the bowels gently but freely, cleanse the  system and clear the brain, A nm, pleasant and reliable laxative, prepared  by a reliable firm, and worthy of,the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.  25c, a box.   If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c. and  we will mall them.  ^  NATIONAL DRUG A CHEMICAL COMPANY  OF CANADA. LIMITED. MONTREAL.  2*  pr  li* Plu.e lm Dirts.  Tho Owen Sound Horald is going to '  reform that town.  Henceforth it will  j "freoly nud without regard to rank '  I and person publish thu name uf every '  child of tender yours, that is below :  i Mlti mtr ui  t-.u.wv..,   ������..'..... if    '.--l"  *"'  j upon tho street aftor ton o'clock nt  I night without the escort of a parent  or guardian." j  At any rate, tome pooplo aro going j  ] Ui hnve an uncomfortable time unlet,*  thoy mend thoir ways.   As a prellmin- '  i ary io the name-printing cainpnign, i  Tin- Herald hurled a broii'Mde tvitltl-  led "Knwking the Flirt." followud the  nevr week by an Mjmtliy crushing article wit it Utl "Landing tho Flirt."      i  WIMCHZSTER  Tht feelltri Msldsn.  Cmirfenl - **������ >uur dttuapuuit Xvtae  poetry t  C'rabetaw-Wonw thsn ihnt. Rbi'e  falls* tn mra wim mi# of tbou tm*  terra wt*o write IL-Juarn.  Was Nurstd by Miss Nlghtlngals.    !  "Puko" Oamhridge, one (d King* i  irton's oldest residents, has tender j  menmie* of the late Florence Nigh tin- j  talc, aa tlm latter nursed him through ;  nn avliH-k ol obuWii. dining the r?rf.  mean War. He wat a iromW of Ihn ;  SMth Regiment, When he retv^ereil <  aha nren, nu*d him with s, black silk ;  handkerchief. '  REPEATING  SHOTGUNS.  Winchester Repeating Shotgun! ara  not only tafe to shoot, but turt to  ihoot. They ere easy to load or un-  load,cany to take down or put together,  and atrong and reliable in every  way. That'e why the U. S. Ordnance  Board endorsed them as being eafe,  sure, strong and simple. Over 430,000  satiiAed* sportsmen are using them.  SHtk ti 1 WlKkeirter 1* Ym WmI Oct Stick  Wmtmttlll (.Ml **4 -SrUtAaattr Amtnundfon-the ftid l_Sf  at**ir-mri 9*4*1*1 tm* Ottm ami 3*44 tmtmattt If ���������ffi--KSi8-SfflraaM������r^^  ;&ffiJb$3A*_&Ki"S  aj*. '���������ft'^i1<iTfflWf>~^ -  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  .'  99******9**9****9********9  I  HeWontheBet  He Also Won Something Else  That Was*Not Included--'  In the .Termv     ��������� ',  Bv DAVID W. CHURCH  Copyright, 1910, by American Press  . Association.  A. ...... .. ... .. ... ..  - a ."."rv^nn  A number or people stood on the'  piazza ot u summer hotel leading into  Wushlngtiin, now looking ut their  watches' nut] now up thp roud us If expecting something or saraebody. Among  them wns a young lady dressed evidently for un uuionioblle ride. *���������;  "It he gets rjere at 3 o'clock he'll be  an hour uhend of time." said one. ;h ���������'  *,, "tVlint time ia lie due In Washington?" iiskedanother.  ... ''"A* ���������������"  '  "Whnfa up on it?"  "Oh. nothing valuable.   It's a gentleman's -race  against-..time.    A  dozed,  i pairs of cloves are' all there is In It"  "Here he conies now."  ,  Tbe lust one of these-remarks was*  scarcely spoken before a minute cloud  ;of dust was easily.discernible up fhe  .road    An automobile appeared n there  speck mid began to grow Id apparent  size.    In another mtnufe it pulled up  nt  the su>ps of the. hotel.    A.young  man jumped but., calling, for gasoline  and such other uutorpopjle^equlpmeuts  ��������� 08  he  needed. , .The hj<iy .mentioned  ���������stepped up to dim jind-laid:  " ''������������������'''  V ''Mr. Chumplin.-I believe.^  "I ani." repih*d the'ailto man. bowing, and,trying'to get'bold of hia cap,  ���������to pull It Via..*. "     ,:   ;";"'-.' '"'-, '���������''"���������  "My cousin. Hnmpnre.v fcdok. knowing that fiVns here, tlflnt J adore auto-  mobiling and that 1 wish to ko to the  city, hits written me that you would  stop   here  and  possibly   would  take  me in."  Mr. Chumplin hesitated;-  v    "I'll be no trouble." the lady added.  .     "Rea|ly   I   should   be "delighted   for  \ your company, but iti case of any delay I may have to proceed at breakneck speed."  "Tbe faster you go the better 1 shall  ~iike it." ->_- ;���������~   "Very well.    I'm ah hour ahead und  If nothing brenks'ftbull'bnve uo trouble  iu reaching the goal on time. Are you  ready V"  "I nm."  "Step In. Miss��������� Ptoeg your pardon.  I didn't get your name.". _  "Uond-Jaipteline Hood." replied the  Sh*.  Mr. ClinmpliD started. "Jack Hood!"  he exclaimed.   ...    *. ..':  ���������.:���������'' "Tbe siime. Is .there, a^vtblugjabout  Jack Hood I linr ynu don't like?" "  "I've heard she's the worst femjnlne  daredevil the world has ever seer),"���������'"','  "You've also heard, probably thnt  she knowRiill iibtmt rip nbto. Perhaps  sbe may tilt) you In cnse of trouble,"  '.By this rime .Miss Hood was settling  herself comfortably in the auto, tying  ..ber veil under lier chin. There was ii  ��������� singular look on Clinniplln's face. He  bad bet Humphrey Cook that be would  drive Ills auto to New York ond;re*  ��������� turn by, a given time. Might not Cook  have sent this girl jo delay Ulm.? .,, r  "I'm  sorry,  Miss  Hood,"  be'wild.  '' "but I've changed myjtnjpd about taking you."  "I buvon'tchanged mine nbout going."  .A bewitching audio Jwvered on bor  v lips, and tier eyes danced with nils-,  chief. '   '        ���������   v    '  ��������� r������"Very well." lie snld,. "1*11 take you.  But rcriiombei* that In citse there's any,  rascality perpetrated 1 ahull treut you  Juat Ks If you were a man."     >,,'..*. /,.,-���������,  "Good! That's the way Ir w|������h to be  treated."       '    - '���������'��������� }*  During this scene tho onlookers hnd  (*fltberii������l nraund tho machine, tiud tit  ,   the Inst words somo of the men and  nil the women clapped their liniidH,  Chumplin got lu, and the couple rolled  nwtiy, followed hy cheers pnd the wuv-  , Ing nf handkerchiefs!  In nnotlier rt.fn-  ,' ute.-nothing could be aeon of rhom hut  n titjy diistclnnd.     .,', ,      -    \   ,  For an hour Miss nood enlortnlned  the-driver of the nuto In such n wny  as to.mnki- lilm forgpt, everything, but  her, Nevorfholaas bia eyo'wha on tho  speed gauge '"rind tho'elofck. nlrid noth*  Ing pertntiling to winning tils nice wna  neglected. Tlwro urn woiuon wild can  do more with a man In'.nn hoiir than  other wmuen onn do In a llfotlm'o.  Miss 11 <kk1 simply absorbed hlm.    ,,,,,  "nave yuu timo to* atop tor a glass  of rallkV" she miked.  '���������".������������������ ���������M'ltrtainiy." ;'���������     ���������'���������.     ���������*  "Well, there's a fnrrabonae off'tho  road��������� up tiiPfV������! Would you,mind not*  ting one for mo?"  Mr. C'lininplln stopped before rhe  gate and went up to the'bouse. A woman answered Ida knock- at the door,  innl lm tn-itt iiiniUu,  rhasing her in a circle. She was too  fleet for bim. He wus strong, but sbe  was agile. At every stop there would  lie the pretty fnce brimming wtth mischief, ber eyes riveted ou blur, tbat  ���������she should be ready for bis slightest  Wove,   I'lually be gave It up. <  "Did Cook send you out to do this"-?"  ���������"yea."  ������. /"Well. 1 suppose 1 shall have to lose  | the bet."  "Thut Isn't necessary."  "Whut do ymi uieuu?"  "That If you ask  tup to give you  what 1 hnve taken 1 will do so."  "On whnt eoudltiouaV"  ���������  "No conditions."  "No conditions! What do you mean?"  "1 menu thut 1 agreed with Humphrey for a dozeu pairs i ��������� gloves to  METHODS FOR  ' TESTING MILK.  DAMES AND DAUGHTERS.  i  The biggest "captain of Industry" in  | -hit-ago Is a woman. Mrs. Alleen  ��������� vhrlsttipher. who does the brick busi-        .     ' ; aess of the city.  v" '���������**'      '.-.���������������,.- .ij-.   ���������    . ;    Mrs.   Aulta   Comfor't-Rrooks.   presl-  A qnlck and easy method for deter-    ifnt-of the Uothain club, who initiated  Wining whether milk is clean or not Mhe beef  tioyt-otl ���������iD'.N'e.tV. York, raijs  when dellyert*di iitts long-tieen needed.  In the opinion ot tt priMiiltietit dairyman. Kvery cfieesetntiket knows, and  every farmer who. delivers ujllk at a  cheese'fa������*t������ir*y should know, that clean  sweet milk Is the toosf sntlstHftory for  cb���������(w*emaklng and also the most profitable,  The yield of cheese from unclean milk  is usually Idwer and the cheese is of a  come out uud delay you.   Please don't!1 quality   that does  uot  command  the  ask tue why I prefer uot to do so."  She cast down her eyes, aud ber.  meaning was plain. She had "gone,  soft" on Chumpllu.  She  huiided  him  the nut.   He re-  placed It, aud iu unotber minute they'  were shootlug again along the roud.    ..  Chuniplln ,was delighted,   Copk bad '���������;  ���������very nearly got ahead of him���������would  have got ahead of him had it not been '  thut the girl  had  taken so great  a  fancy to him that she hadn't the heart  to "do" hint.*, What a splendid joke it  would he ou Cook and the party who  were present at the maklng'of the Bfet ���������  when Cluiuipliu and Miss Hood ro'Uedi  up to' the '-^���������  hotel* on  time!   Mfss  Hood hadn't even asked for; the gloves  her cousin bad offered her tp help blm:,  win them.  Chumplin told her/miit as .  soon   as   be   received   the stakes   hrf''  would give them to her and slje could  chunge them  for--ladies' nloves.    Id-  stead of being pleased at this.'she'ap-  : peared to be very much htirti Chatnp-  lin begged ber to tell bitp why. and  she replied Jtbut she had nvt cousented.  to be a turncotit for u bribe.; This'ieft'  him ti> understand that she'had done  it all for him.  There was'^'a! v'������ry- ten-;  der scene* between them, at the end 6f;.  which the-mlsuiiderstandibg was.made.,  up; aud for the rest of,tbe journej  Jlissr Cook   held   the  steering  wneel,  while Mr.. Chaniplin's, arn'i wus about  her waist.   ' ' ;''    ;' '���������  There werp uo more delays.1 On nty.-  pronching the city. hav,mg stir) an.  hour's leeway, they concluded to stop  at a convenient- place aud get the dust  out   of   their   throats   with '"tin   ice.'  highest market price. Tbe best grade  of butter, cauaot.be made, from Inferior  milk or'cream. Dairymen whc supp$  ui|lk io the city tijade Und that a layer  ot dirt settled in ' the ��������� boftom of the  milk bottle will do more to make a  customer dissatisfied tban almost -anythingelse/ ���������'*. '���������'. ���������-���������; i*'i .. -���������-<���������.  ���������The importance or_ tbls' matter to the  pocketbook of-both fjarttier'.and ������aild-  dleman bas long been recognized, and  i n������jr husband, A, Arthur Alfred Brooi?s. I  '.u pit bile by the diitfjjf utive Brooksle. !  Mrs,Maria  \V. Corotiel de Dorhiii-  L'uez is snitl  io tie the only  rai|rt*ad  lironioter. uf her ws iu '.Mexico;   She  recently   perfected   all   arrutigements  for the construction of a railroad from  Oti.Tiic'11 to rite |Kirt of Sallnn Cruz, on I  the Isihnnis of Tetuiuntepee,  with u !  bi^uch line to I'-uerto Angel, on the I  I'ticlllt* cnast. |  Lndy Surah.Wilson, who hns visited \  w-ithiii rhe pitstfew- yeiirs Itr this. coun- j  try. ,was In'Sinnh  Africa ..during the 1  Itoef war. on her way to Join her tins- !  hand  when  she  was taken  prisoner. '-,  She was afterward gxchaugedi for it f  horse thief. '-.*. Theiorder^f/of the. lted |  Cross and'St. tlohh of .Ifrusaletn, have  been conferred upon.her.,       ���������  ��������� ,Tlie Rev. Anna R. Siinw-is a gfadu-  ate of Alliiop"college. MU^iigaj,; and  Inter   worked   her   wny   through   the  theological tle(i������t4'iii.ietit of Bosttiri- uni-  fersity, ;by "[ireacii'ing Sundays*.   Ou ac-  :ouut;;o'f ber- sp>-' rlie Methodlitt'fcplsco-  [inl church refiiseiijo ordaiiiVher^biit  she   was   Anally   glveu_th,e "right   to  jtHHi't'iv 'tji-.the  Pro^aiit  Methodist  :hut:ch.  ���������.���������':?'  ".-.' ,.- ; ' ' "  '  "!:i''  THE MASTER SUN.  6irius, the Dog Star, May Be the Center of Attraction,  Astronomers once believed that the  entire starry universe revolved around  a t-euter of attraction, aud the star  'numed,Alcyone, In the group of the  Pleiades, was selected by Muedler as  marking that great center.  It has luujj# been knowit, however,  that fti������ied(er's. .conclusion, *wblch wus  based on the apparent motions of tho  mars, was- Incorrect.* nml' It tiny universal center exists it Ims n#t yet been  discovered. In fact, many of the stars  seem to be tuovlug.tu sl'ralght lines,  some in one direction and some In another,'mid among these is our own  sun. Bui It Is possible that further  Observations will show thut nil tho  sttim'tire really moving lu curved lines.  ;��������� In the inenntltne; it hiis been found  that there are certain groups of sets  of stars which appear to travel togeth-  ec To what set. If any; 'tbe sun be-  Irfti'/S' we do .Hot .t������H know., but De-  lnipiejv - htis .presented irensoiis for  rhltiking that those s'tiirs whose'>dls-  ta,nees .have i������een measured (that.is to  sa.vi those, which are nearest to us)  group 'themselves around SIrlus. the  dog star, lu.a.-manner similar to that  tn which the Inner planets are grouped around the sun."'"    .,'-,,.'.  If this; be,correct "Sirius may possibly be the master sun of* which ohr  orb of day Is a distant satellite.���������  Harper's Weekly.  GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME.  The  Fly  Trap In  Its   Latest   Guise.  *' ������������������ ***%*.:���������������*��������� ? W<  '' -      ** *.l\r ������-,  ,**<������������������    Horse Don'ts.       *���������'������������������  flon't ask r/uv-'to "bac,y/ witb blinds  ] in; I'm afraid to:;''.,  ' , Don't let soiiie blo^kheinl drive me  I that h'as less sense rutin J' have.  Don't run me,dowMi a steep bill, for,  If.anything sUotild give Hvuy 1  mighty  iireak yoti'r tii^ck.   'v- ,  Iioti't whip rue when I get.frigbleced  irl will; exiiect it next timeiand .may  inalve.yo'u trouble.''':    ���������������������������        .     .  Don't trot tne,���������-up', b"!. for I bave  you. the buggy "aud myself to; carry.  J'ry rimuiug uphill with a load your-  ���������lelf. '���������-.������������������'���������";''"���������: '"'��������������������������� '-,,  "Don't drive me with an "oven-heck"  in. The suu hurts my eyes, and I can't  GLYCERIN.  "CBa"mTiIIrnWF7lR;~ia3y~for:a brief'sea- ���������  sou   while   he   poured   odt souiething  more effective than  un  Ice in doiug.  away with dust. On rejoining her they  partook-of the ices tiud .resumed their ,| ..%������������"& 'tm^Vrom^oase dih'or n'n'lr  journey. ) (JV (|sp __ ��������� ^.^jj,-. hr,M,',n or a' damp  "What are you smiling at?" nsked,} ciorh jiisr before'ml lit big.  ;:   OOUDS PIIOM CLEAN AJJD DIRTY MIL1C:,  jnany- Inveutlous have been put on tiie  .-.market for keeping dirt out. of milk  or for removing any dirt-present before j <ee where to step.    It's inhuman aud  T.tbe_milk,isisold iMllking-patls-cati-be^uruel.. '''      .���������_i.___ ��������� _  bought with a-cover and a siiiall open'.  Ing at the top. wtiicb keep out  most  "of the falling du.*������i. . It is often recommended   that   the   cow*sv udder   and  In *4(any Ways'* Is a Most Remark-  _,... able Substance.  One of the groat advantages of glycerin fiMt'e fhemlcitl employment Is the  fact that li'-tieit'her freezes .'nor evaporates under auy ordinary temperature.  'No perceptible-loss by evaporation bas  ��������� been derecred at a temperature less  than 200 degrees IA. "but if heated Intensely It decomposes with a smell that  few persons/Hid themselves able to endure. )i burps'with a pale flame, similar to that from alcobol. if heafpd,to  about''3ti0 degrees and theti Ignited.  Its ���������uop(<yiiporative qualities make the  compound of mueli use as a vehicle for  holding v pigments and colors, as in *  stamping and typew'riter.tdb^bjtii^cjiji.  Tales, of,/Cities.  Miss Hood of her companion.  "Oh, I wns rhltiking .bow surprised j  that cousin of yours will be1 when we i  roll up oh time.   That was a rascally !  proceeding of bis. aud It deserved ;tp  fall.   If you hadn't been the dearest  girl In' the- world It would have nnt**'  ceeded.   But Just think of his surprise'  when he hears of the:other'pitrt of it."  He managed to get hold of her hand  with his left.,holding pn to the wheel,  with one hand, and they bowled nlorjg  In this way until tijey  met another  conveyance.  And now" tbe dome of the capitol  , with the tlgure perched upon It loonied  up faint Iii the dimnnce.*   It wns pot,  long before the outskirts of the. city  j were reached, ond half an��������� lions before;,  j the time. Jlniithnd expired they stopped  j at  the  ludieti'' ent nl nee  to   the  -���������  , hotel.    A  liveried servant ndvnnced -  nnd snld: ' ��������� ���������'������������������.-.  "Mr. Cook nnd n party oflndicrr iind  gontremen are in u prlviUe1 dining room,.,  waiting for you. sir."       e'-..  ;.J5ntet*lng;|he room,1 Cbamplln expect*,-  ed to find Cook ongo'r to,kn,ow why bis  Whatever else may tie done, the mill?  prills should' be' curried Hi the milk  rnimi ns stum;as tilled and tbe milk  should be strained ������l once. So getier  nlly are strainers used ttint a fai'tner  Onra.cns.-Veaeziielii. 'fins u population'  if WlsiHlO. tint it is suld ihnt-there is not.  i store In tbe city where u mun can  tniy u suit of rsndy mude clothes.'  With a. pernitineii't'population"of"SO,-  .MHj, an 'ImnieuHe,>tiiniiier nopulntion  ind.Hoineot the lurgest hotels'.In the  ���������oiintry. Atlantic City. N. .1 . is so ueiir  ihe' ocean that It never had it cellar  ,who does, uut straiti the,milk he sells j ,���������,_��������� ,lt) |nv<>ut)ve genius receurly built  would probably lie ashamed,,to ndiiiii i nue of concreie,'  the fnct to his iifighliors. A strninei  of me'ittl"holdi-iiB a cloth rtr a.wnd nf j  cotton bHtltng for the pillk to pass,  through Is the, bestf." j  ', Seyernt tests have been devised for j  use In creameries and cheese factories.!  to detect which lots of milk imve not  been properly, taken cure of. Uiiclenii  or. dirty. milk will usually get spur  faster, ttinn.iinihi.ui'.v. When such inlllt,  .thickens, tlie curd'will contain gus  bubble* or will devMop a foiil odor oV  tnntfi. 'i'he' solid curd In the glass cyi-  liitler on the left was obtained from  Iie'rfectiy clean inljk. while that shown  on, the. right cqutnlns many gas liub-  bii'M.iiiid is; wheyiiig off rapidly Il''l������ li.  1 ru*. '������������������'jm^ijiiMi.ifi ri'MfH DHi'fi in Kit-  The city council 'of Madrid has be-  enh work upon the uew botileV'i,rd. to  lieciilletljhe (i|;tin Via.'which litis been  In project for iiboiit rwemy-llyc,.years.  A syttVlicate'ciiinpoked of French' rind  I'ingllsh, .capitalists secured the . contract for Itscoustruciiun.  ���������Fly Catches.  " '��������� i .ii,  , Kor working tin the rubber Just five  minutes f*������Y' tlie ' St. I,nuls Nationals  IMtcper Riibe Ueyer, suHpeililHti, drew  $i,t������.m -  ("hick Brandon, turned back to Kan-  xns City by the I'llIhImtu I'linles. Is  pitching' sliiiitittt bull pi Hie American  _ PLT DBSTBOTBR.  Scientist's have told us sucb terrifying stories sbout tbe destruction ro lite  eohvej**d to,us-by tbe bite ot the  Donsefly that the average Housewife  Is milking more than the usual effort to  'rid uei, miiise ������r rhese annoying pests.  Kly paper was never a satisfactory  means or catctiiitg the wily Uy. It was  'tiuii'h more likely to catch a human  victim. This season we huve a new  trap, which Is said to be fur und away  better than any other Invention of the  kind. The Illustration shows one of  these devices. It Ig mude ot tin and is  hie and a-half Inches high. The lower  portion is perforated Into twenty-five  corriigiitloris for the Hies to travel up  to the upper chnniber. The top of the  upper' portion ts perforated, admitting  light and Keeping the files, there. The  trap by menus ot the ball Is suspended  ��������� bpn papers aud tbe like.  It the pure glycerin be exposed forn  joug time to a freezing temperature It  firystalllzes with the nppenriihce of  sugar candy; but. these crystals being  ouce melted;,it Is nlmost uu linpossibll-,  ity to get thepi again into the congeal-,  edstnte. If u little water be added to  the glycerlt^no crystallisation will tnke  place, though under a su Hie lent degree  of cold the witter will separate aud  form crystals, amid which the glycerin  will remain iu its natural state of fluidity. If suddenly subjected to Intense  cold, pure glycerin will form o gummy  mass which ctiunot be eurirely burden-  -ed or crystallized. Altogether It Is  quite u peculiar substauce.  repe#. for iiiieleiin  inllk  Work on  tliis j ussiiciuiliiii.  "I was ever so.  principle.' But thtMe testa, while very  effective, reipilre that the fliniipliw nf  scheme hnd fulled.   Instead Cook bniioV! Villk exnniltied shall be Kept several  edMiltf .cquhI^ ir, (fo-goa pc,t,r������ of Indies' ' houm'before the test is completed.   A  rr)/\vt\a       Aftnt* #h.u  ftlsv mif fit*.*  hta f.(itv������r1 *    **^.m.    i..    n.^i.u*'. .Hhi,.k   ���������..-*    i*-.      gloves.   After this tie put out his band  tp.'Champlto.xv  .     ..       ','  ' '  J'", congratulate yon. oid'boy,'with all  my heart on your enirugoriient".  Chnrnpliu stood mute with astonish-  won't t'"���������, ' . " ��������� ��������������������������� i  "Clin'mp.'o'ld'boy" added Coolf, vyou  .oberi an, ^explanation, To make you  loso I soiit niy cousin Jack out to ef* !  feet nn ent.rnnee Into yotir'nnto nnd de* !  lay you on fhe wiiy. If*������ho ���������niccpoded J  ahe was to hnve n dor.on' pall's of |  gloves for a reward, Bho'lina lost the f  bIovph,'! ,       i   ,   .  I  ., "Thai's plain." nnld Chnrnplhi, "''.'',  i 'HVeir, there wall n bet betxymn Jack i  nnd ino of uuntlior, diuseii,'pairs of'  gloves against a !hunij|*ell c|gnr* that'  alio would mako you propose to bor on '  t|>o w;ay." ���������       f.     ,;,i ,  Chatnplln looked so many omotlons, *,  of which riHtoulahraont and shame- ;  fncodnuss were tho .most prominent,  thnt all Inirst Into a laugh. In which '  he finally Joined, Thon. turning to Miss -  Hood, he ndt'auceil, with ii, puttied, in* |  qylrlng look on his fnce. y,    ' ij,  "Wnn It all ii HhaniV" he usked. j-  She mudo no reply In words, but n,\  slight color rtHtuK 'o hor chellia Indl*, j  eated that lhe brief period abe bnrt|  Uimdit.   tlyViiin uo trnjotivr |  t������'i*.������e-i. vn-ii ul u  auuin eugMguluutU.j.  mn  ef,"k'ht thnn MI'v"iT.on'rl 'jnAiJied ' hnd' not been nnpletninnt ti. her.    We  out. tnnk'o small nickel plated ftfmiltrry*j.:aldtw. Chuniplln was regarded as one  1 mmimtamxAwl*     S*mn.mmm     l.im    at_*lrA������'     ItiiBiiMHtniill    A' *f\#     ifltaft     .t\Aaa>f        Art 9**%\mM       1 ���������%        Wf n SI Itl ll*W������af\tt  lest Ih needed which can be applied  tpil'ckiy to every lot of milk ua It comes  to the Intake.  ! Thpswl.liijtent teat worka on the same  principle lis the best milk strainers,  nml It Is an rapid that the dirt found  In nny sample of milk can be shown  'to the patron before he leaves the factory.*' Ne vera I dlfferpiit sediment test*  have been used In Europe, nud a new,  Chief. Bender of the I'hllndelplilii  Americans gets better nil the time. His  p'tchlng this season has been theneut-  f������t In ills fitfAttr, nnd ho seems set to  govon Indefinitely,      ','.,  . Kergimon. old tliiip pitcher, umpiring  In the American association, was u  hord mini 'for ihe uiiiplreH, ,wheu he  wnis In tire game, Now he Is very  strict.on the players.  Train and Track.  nud convenient form  > ' .      ' ,,i  baa receurly been     A truckles* trolley hits tM*eti proposed  ,     ,, '   j for iise'ui) the streets, of,Leeds, Ung*  iiinti. <���������:,', ������������������< ''      '''  .   The   PeniiMylvaiila   rnllrpiid.   which  mnliila'lns a private fire department .In  iVrteli largt't'lfy.li i'Iih'in. Iwn .tpilpped ;  if niimtii'i'tif liK'oiiinllves wllh pump*  mid hose to ilghl*tirus,������vHh water from j  'their tnhks:    ( *, ��������� '"'^  Cnsfa Hlcn basin railroad Mint nnV  runs lImiujfb direct ffoin I'nn l.linou.  nil the AtlillllllV In I'llilla Arcmis, nu  ! till*' I'Oeltic, piissllig llil'OUKh l'i|I'tngo.  ��������� Sun .Inse, nrniiiio, Hspurta and other  liuportiriit cities,  Musio Maxims.  ������f,, the'host catches In Washington.  l*llnc������..h������ could ,get no wonl of con*; i  flrmnljpn. ho concluded lo apply a teabM  ruitl/ig  nn   nrth   nround   the  girl's1  waist, he drew 'her toward tuni una*  klssodlier,' 'She submitted without ai  lifotear."-'"��������������������������� ������������������> .' ,!  "'ft'a a go!*' shouted Cook, nnd fhi������r������i|  waa a bumf of.merrlmetlt. all ero-fcrd* !  Iii* nrmind Miss flood to'cntigrntiilura i  Striding wltb a quick step fo fhe i ber. fhe men. with handshakes, tba  tinio. he ������i\ld Mcrtiiy; . women wllh klssea.    >  ,       ,,,,���������,  "Vou'khow whnt I aald befot* tea?.'; '.'tiuod for.yon. Chnmpr.orled hum*  fng flinf If tlii'ii* w*n������ uuy TiiKiulUy ; pjiruy. Cook. "You've wnii out mil  l������et|������i.frai������<������ I wonld rnaat- yea- iw,,aa j around. Riit the.atake p,n tbe'ra'ty Is  I should,*) man" -������������������' ������������������-... > nothing comparwi with winning a  lib. yea." abe replied, making a fact * wife. Abd you've*got* a dandyi dacsi ���������  ai'hlm; "I wrtw^berjtwC , [can run anytMnn'ttow an amo to t  "Oli't. tnt* wbbi yntt bate removed." j num. and you'll And that ahe ean take  'wmncii from her pocket, ifnacrewodft  mil nnd put It In hor pocket, tfhe lutd  noi finished hor worif \nttlh Chnn.plin.  reuppeuwd with n gitiaa dt milk Ip hi*  mini) * Minn IhM'd wiiSiiiwnUeueil wi  Ida pretence, by;honrt������������i.tJio, bronklgg  of ginsson snme. v.filing up, sho'  saw Chumplin fhe plctti/eo^ astonish-  m������*nt nnd chimrln., Iln knew'(hat fie  bnd tM*en "done." ...  nmiiiRRa niriT sijoww ay tunth.  devised  by  Profemora  Halrock  J'.t.l lilMluil   Ui   .'ut.    Luitiioii^    u.     >. ...  cotmln.'"*     *  Kour different lota of milk contained  Varying ninmiiirs nf dirt, as shown In  Fig, V, and were graded as, Orst, |������r-  feclly cleiiii; sw-oud, slightly dirty;  third, dirty: fourtti, very dirty.  ,'.,!.���������.   V.II..U   1..VA   VWVII   I Ull   lllfUUliil   *  strainer on the farm will often contain  lin it mount of dirt when delivered  thnt will surprise both the pit iron and  the factory man. This mny be duu to  tbe use of u \n*or strainer nr to *s*  poHure of tbe milk after It wns arm In*  ������*l la elrh.-f rune th* sediment r..������e  will detect the condition of the tnlik.  A few.itnys' n������e will show plainly  whli-h pm runs an* keeping the milk  clean nnd Which should nan more car*  In hand link il.  ���������,    It Is the fniit' thnt makes the music.  -Alexander I'lipe.  ���������"M    Where there Im music Ihore tan lie  The Barbarous Su-Uss,  Suttee, or ibe. practice of Immolating widows on their* husband's'funeral  pyres In lndht. wua 'first atiui-ked'.by  Che British government In 18211. it  was on 'Deo. 4 of that year thnt Lord  William BeiitlmU curried a -resolution  In council by which ull who abetted  suttee wen* declared guilty of "culpable homicide." Im the ymir IS!" "00  widows were burned allvo In Heugitl  alone, bm since lliu pusslug of the uet  tbu practice bus entirely died uut.  Suttee was' really a primitive rile, a  survival from ���������* barbarous times, and  not sanctioned by llliuloolsui, the pus-  sage In lhe Vedim siippertlng/itiieliig  u willful inlsirniisliitlon, Hiit.no previous governor'had tho courage' to violate the British tradition of rollxlous '  toltirutlon. Lord Willinin Beiiiiiicit  nlso, Huppi't'RHPtl tliugglHin,'whicii made  strangling n religious rlto tu the yod-  doss Kail.   *m*mmmmmmmmmmmmw���������mm���������mmm������������������m  An Ancient Trsgsdy.  A hlHtorli'iil paper ln Lord Montana h  collect lint lu Lniidoii tells of n struugu  trngedy "done In llolborn, n little bo-  fore ChrlHtrimsi" several conturles ngo:  "A tidy seve'ii yenl'irold cnnie up inlo a  gcutliciuuirs chiitnlior and prntili'd to  hlin. mid drew his sword und lliiiii-lsbcd  wltb ft, The gentleman, being In bed,  wondered" in sec the hoy uitjtt his blntlu  so iinil 'said: 'So, good Inly, ilnni bust  ifoiic Ivcll I'm In tbu tfwtnd.' The boy  pei'vlstiuu. the geiitlegiun rosu and held  lilm the neiiitlitird, nud Hw rutin blinded Iml, ililiililug lu shi'iitli the sword,  lustily clinpt ll Into-his body, Coinpn*  tiy wi'i'n ciillcil line offered to strlki)  tiie child. 'Let him alone,' n>>th tho  ��������� jp'iitleuitiii, -ijud Is J nit. Tbls boy's,  fm her did I kill flvo yenrs sluco nud  nunc knew, Now be Imtli revunued  it.    And the gentleman died tho seo*  tllll] Ul'CMSlllg,"  ���������| det-lltif to tb* an."  Clisuipliu mad*/ ������ dlyv tnt bet.   nbe I  ���������Idled atruuttd tbo nolo.   lie followed  lioth the auto and tht man apart and  pui rbem rotmner. again wlthont tb*  teaa-TirouM** *   ���������   ��������� **  Clear Watar far Sheep,  Sliefp won't do well wltoo/nt wstir.  mut Uie> an* dututy about, Urlukiiu.  ���������Vttmn nirinlng water la Jdat as esssn*  Viul mt good gruart.  no iitirui.*-! vrx tiuu-n.  .XIlist. I*, um tuld Miiiini^ vitiiiuil  Into tlrnu (imi lime -Fuller,  Mn*.l������M������'the'iini������r eonipri'licnslvp of  nil the nets' If ������'itu express everything,  -lleorue Henry Hurt,  M...-I     I    ,l.. I,   ... i.    .      .  ' ���������  ������        ���������   .'    - ' ��������� ��������� f' -   ��������� ��������� r  AH ualliiii* (inderwiuntl lite music uf  miy tiiitlwn.- I.iiiirence lisderby.  Tho Cookbook.  Olpgcrrtvad Is linpniviil by adding  rn It. wt*,.M������ inhlitii, n cupful - f   !t"i'  peri   pmiica,     Use   Hie Julie  of   the  prunes ln������f.>ftd.rir water uud  "������������������x th.*  rlniigli n little* Kt|ffer.  Kirg*r with crwitii ������nuce nre n'.-i* n������ a  change fur l.r.itkrnHl. Hull tn- eggs  barrl, relnuve ihelr sheik md "lice  them. I'lait. ibedi op wnferlll.c nllevu  of nH������t I'snur, Pour'n creum xsuce  ��������� ver llieni . Mutt* nn* liei'tt *|irnil������le*i  wiili rhif-������. iinrnlsb with a tarn  spruya ol lairslry and serve.     I  ms Apeiegy.  Mri Mini;.* 1 i1, u't *���������'*,.vt tn reAie n  ticene. but flint mini over ihern Is staring at mu very offensively. Mr. Mink*  -Ue Is, eb'r I'll speak to lit IU. Mrs.  Minks tu few moments laturi-lJid ho  apulnglzi'V .Mr. Minks-V*u-h. He suld  in* was iiiiiHiug fur nia iiii.liii'r unit  thought in first Hint you were sbe.  In the Sams Box.  Jnck teiilerlng mlicei-Hy (Jeorge, Ihe  miu Is "lining down ml right, I'm  xt'iiki-d Ti mt-Where Is your timbrel*  ht': .bni. It's It'rt wbiit I uiu.-llo**-  ton Transcript. i  Pstsimislie.  "Wltnt l������ nn iintiipiitriiin. pa**  "A niiiii wtin. not suiisiktl wiih his  prem'tu tmuiiii-s, i* Rooking for noma In ;  the pnst."-N.'w Vork Preus.  lb* bemrt* nf men nt* ltii*tr t>r������ok*r  evi'M* are *h*������ir ritiiiM: grest actiuim  arc iliclr eliMiuenoe,���������Mseeuliiy.  TiTrTywlieTli~tTf*aT~fhe pesfs~nre apt to  congregate., Jtalt must be placed Inside tbe trap. To empry the trap all  there Is to do Is to hold It under tho  hot water faucet aim turn on the water. The deceased can then be readily  removed Dy'pulling the trap apart and  emptying anu again made ready tor  use.���������Hardware lUagussine.  Ibe Underfed Stomach.  If the stomach is in n Ueititliy condition and able to digest food that condition-will be indicated by a sense ot  hunger. It the system is lu a disordered state, as is Umt of n person'mil*  fering from fever, no food is relished,  and ihe patient does uot cure wheilier  he eats or not. In sucb a case It is  the duty of the nurse to Inslsi on the  pitrlem's Inking food the same ns he  would medicine, once In so tunny  hours. Dyspeptics often literally stsrve  themselves bei-iiuse their stomach suffers when they Hike food, und tliey  tn tee less una less until by ami by tho  siotiiiich loses nil desire for food nuil  iiliiuisi loses Its ability to digest it.  The only wuy to cure sucb ti person  In to train ihe stomach Iuto a stuie of  activity. The xtonmeh needs tn imve  a .hen I thy streifblrig wllh n good tug  tnenl and io Imve some Hard work In do.  There are u good many patients  whose stumuctis uro not reitlly feeble,  but rhey need tu be stretched by hearty  iiienis, On.-e in, awhile a good sipjare  meal Is prescrllieil tor u paUeiit who  coinpiuliis Unit lie doea oot wum to  pal anything.  There is uu luntnne* of a woman patient whose stomach hud been piun'ier*  ed until It iliinl'iy became so feeble and  innciive nuii n would not act upon ur  ei'i'ii nuii) ii av fimu Unit was put into  It. Hhe wns Dually restricted to iinlh*  um tun milmeiii gruel, but her Niniiuich  wnulil lint even illgest tbnt. Tile doe*  tor men snld. "I lie best thing for you  to do is to ent wbni you please.' Ho  she otiiered h gnisl meal, and fhe nte  every Hum. sue wanted. Her stnunicn  disposed nf llie inenl wllllullt u pur*  tide of trunhie, nil the voiultluu nml  diHcoiiifnri ceased, and from thai time  she liemui In mini In lienlili.  The  nine sniueilines  t'Oines  In  tbe  tri'iiinieru of  eases  which  hnve been,  dieted so ciiri'tuify thut u chunge li. an  ordinary  wiioinsbnie dietary  becnine*"  nm nniy proper but iiecessury l<n em*  covery, , * ,���������  Nevsl Perch Pillows.  A set nl purcii pillows of uniHiiul  It'teresi Is worked In old Ungllsh mot-  toes iu i|iiuiui old Kngllsh letlerliig  I'he pillows ure Hindu of utibleitelieil  Ml.t-ii     i.l.lnni'    In   uh'i.in     niiil    enii.������iii  much mottoes its "Hlttr ami Itesin  AMli.Me, ' I-iille Idluiiessitu,' "I inn-  tune l������ (iiNide,"  The letters nre wattle,) In Unr ������niln  sriieli niirilrieil with black or can be  dn nuil lit.   Hevernl tones of old iitm������  I'l.l,., ������������������,.,,n '���������f   ,,l,,i,|,..,   ���������t   y,.t\    ���������     ,,^,.  elti-ctue, or llie ciilnting of old iiiw.ais  'im I.-ci.plitr.'w lib ttie ciipluil letters  In  ii different color from lhe small  lines  llie������e pillows are usually finished  wiih ii neiivy cotton cord the atnufe of  the linen, tint thev sometlliies h������vt������ a  iiuiti.u iniiveiiilotiiil punier dsriitil til  sn.iuiil ttie edge io form a fni me. The  ������ntin*   i-oiiirliigs   lire   tl������*d   hs   III   Iht.  IIHllflWM  Aim ,me wl'h a knack nf letrrrlnr*  will find if wi*y in wora n*mtfo pillows  for any rrmm. as a gue-t room, den or  llhniiry |*>ni linens, dull git** linen  tiiffets or tavtltc i.r linen mmtir* efl.wts  form pn.i1 tvnckgrouiKls, thniicb rhe  email i������ letter ������nlf*ad to tlw work Uraa  niai/ier iiiHinrtsia,  ,* i THK MJSWS, UUAIJtfJSJHUrVftlU, CK1T1SH CUI^UM JUA*  30  ������������������1  fall and Winter Goods.  .    We have jus' e-rieited our n fine assortment of   .    .  BUANKET8 AND COMFORTERS  Blankets* ranging from $3.00 to 012.OO a pr  Comforters   " "      $1.7.5 to *4.oo eaoh  Flannelette Sheets IO, 11 <& 13 quarter stseai  OE  YOU ARE INVITED  TO INSPECT OUR STOCK OF  FURNITURE A HOUSE FURNISHINGS  The Furniture Store  A, MoKINNON  McPhee Hlock. Cumberland, B. 0.  ssarass  ���������JF  it  We have no desire to interfere  "frith boys' sports, hut when it  js abused and takes the form of  malicious mischief, thereby endangering the public health by the  destruction of toilets, it is time to  kick and ask the authorities to  put a stop to it.-  In the United States there are  400,000 automobile^ in use and  the annual demand is for about  200,000. At an average of Saooo  a car, this comes to $400,000,000.  Putting the cost ot upkeep aud  chauffeurs' wages at 51000 a car,  which is not higli,' this takes another'$400,000,006, or iu all,  $8o������jOoo,oqo;spent in a year on  the new-imams of locomotion.  Add tlie.cost of **jov rides" and  the whole business will foot up at  about a billion.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when yon  want a Cooling  and : Refreshing beverage.  ���������-^c!e������rams-.ju������tlllr*������:c^  Superintendent Hu^scy, of the  j rovincial police, stato 'hat ac ing  under orders from < oliu Caiiip-  bell. Chief Inspector, prosecution  of A. T. Iyuad, of HoMner, undt.r  iln?'iiew"JLiquor'Act. was initiated upon a charge of. illegally  sell ing intoxicants without the  prescribed license; and upon a  conviction being secured (he offender was fined S200 mul costsj  in addition to which his entire  stock of liquors was destroyed by  order of court. The incident is  noteworthy as strikingly illustrative of the sincere determination  of Attorney-General Ho\vser and  his subordinate officials to enforce  the law vigorously and iu a man*  i.er leaving'no'possible, doubt in  the minds of any as 10 its effectiveness. Repoi'ts arc, also received by the Stirperintcudent of  1'olice  of the prosecutiou aud  Annual Meeting of the  Comox Agricultural  Association.  Tlu* annual meeting of tee Co  mox Agricultural Society was  held at Courtenay on the evening  of October 25th. The meeting  was well attended and much note  worthy business was transacted.  The following are some oi the  items of business:  It was dtcided to continue the  bounty of 5c' per head on blue  jays lor the balance of the year  1910; also 1911,'excepting the  ���������.months of July, August atuJSep-  fehiber; The membership fee  was again changed to the old system of $2.50 w;ith the free unlimited entries of "exhibits.  The board, of directors will  elect a select committee from  'theirnumberto-act-aB-an-execu'-  tive. The oncers for 1911 are  as follows:  President........ W. VV. Willard  1st Vice-president C. J .ridges  2nd ViCe-prei.ident.RW Hurfoid  Secretary'......... It Carter, Jr.  Treasurer..... ... .U M Haliday  Directors.'   Mjc������sr������vWm. lihjH-  "can, W S McPrhc,e, Colin Campbell, Win Urquhart, VV* H Grieve,  It R Mates, Rev Thos   Menzies,  Win Blaikie. !"  ���������   '  *     -   ;. i  RKCi,lPT.������. ,  Borrowed    frotii..,, Royal,  i.aulc of Cau'ada, at 8  p**r cent  $ 100 06  Hall rent...,   Presbyterian church rent  Members' dues   Eli try fees for exhibits!  Special      -goverumen t  grant re debt 1909 .  Government grant 1910  Donations to prize list.  " sports "  Entry fees for sport**...  Receipts irom ball 1910  Pilsener  The  Purest  and Best  on  Coast*  and made in  Cumberland.  Locals.  Dr.'Kerr, dentist, will be hr  Cumberland from Sat un Iny, Nov,  5th     hf������tuid:.y, IS( v. Jltth.'  B. Cloutier,  General Blacksmith  ������������������������������������������������������ .-*������������������ ��������� . ------rr- ���������-  Horseshoeing a Specialty.  ���������"���������*������������������"   >    ������������������ ��������� ���������       "������������������������������������    1 ������������������ ������������������**-������������  Third Aye., Cuiuberlaiid  IIIIHUmHIIIHH  IGIIBERLAND TAILOR  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE .21  _o  ������  ������  1%  ������  _  Sx  ������  m  un  m  S  The TAILOR,  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  ���������-���������:���������  Ladlea' Work  a Specialty.  NOTICE.  h\)El SALEr-8' iiiileh cows, all  iiiber-ulweia tested. Government  yearly records of each cow given,  also 2 colts and 1 aged mare, one  colt partly broken.  ��������� lJAVSlDK.[OtirtHr,-jRi.tiB|������j.  ���������Union Bay liuad.' ,  .RENDERS are invited for the following works:���������.-..  1.VT0 completely clear, that is,' slash,  stump and burn about ��������� iff-acres of a por  tion of northwest half of section 8, Coinox  District, as shown by six posts as follows:  \ No 1 on the upper Comox-Courteniiy  roaii; tbenee 105 vards northwest 10 No.  2,"tlience 76 yards north to Nr?. 3, thence  79 vards east to Nb: 4, theaee 117 'yards  sum, 10 No, 5, thence 37 yards southeast  to No. 6 on the ^omox-Cpurtenay road.  2.���������Tii   fell  a certain,.number of tall  tree-; aUnrlihi;-bir'side the area mentioned  ano.y<v which woultl be liable to fall into  it.'    ';���������':.  3.���������On ari alrendy clenred portion of  the siiine section to erect a wire picket  fence about 430 yard-., and to supply  stout.Letl.tr posts"und br.ices for the same  '���������������������������Applicitions Ior form of tender and full  ^yjrti"cVtlTrsi"to-h������d"o'i������������������*���������-���������   CAVrAlN R. I'.L. VIGORS,  Port Augusta Hote  . ���������  '  ' Comox, B.C.  7 The lowest or any tender not necessir  ily. accepted.  " Trnders 10 be received not later than  Saturday, November 1 sth, 1910.  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made \o Order  front ?2o to $35    All Work First Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed,  ���������  ' , ������ ''.,-,...-. **  '':������������������'   '  AAr^AA*������W.*>^*r*r^AA>MA    ^v*A\V-yVSM*������VV-A*AV>yVVtt  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  nu at  ������99 59  30 00  7������*50  '71 00  conviction of four  reMdeuts of  .Sealeyviils?, on the upperSkeeua, Ads. in prize list.  lor  keepiu?j" ilie.''al    lKunbliuis, Potest 'e**   Uate receipts, 1910....  names. Ih tbcsu cases hues of  fc&io"ft'erc imposed aud collected,  while in one instance, the defend  out having previously been given  lair warning, the -st-cper of a  game was sentenced to nix  mouth's imprisonment without  thc opUou of a fine.  The Udics' Guild, of Holy  Trinity Church, will^liold thoir  atiuuaj bazaar and supper ou  November 15th. I'lauclnrs  liter.  UIRTH���������At Cumberland, on  October 27th, to Mt, .ud .Mrs. J.  W, Cooke, ��������� daughter,  ,  *..       m   .-.���������-  Mr W Wall  has rvain'ier.   bi*  *o*;uion jr. inaiuii,erof v. 7'niint.  *' ". itteel'i.',: of \. v I.iuIk'm'  ' ! f];:re ''' ''n -lisi I 'hutch  ii -hi i,!*.f TmtiM1.) nfttTiiotn,  ,'s i "'��������� *vis tl'" vi'iui *itt nt ft  li.mdwnit ir.ivcilit'K 1 ts** on 'iu:  r i-i-io'; "f Ihm* If-avtivr for V :������������r-  ...u where she iiitfti'ir: t.ikir.^ up  h'-r resirimc.t',  tSub letting grounds...  Side shows   Refreshment stand..,.  Kefund K. H. Duviire  blue jay beads        5 75  150 00  883 00  140 00  38 00  37 50  112 50  27 00  a 50  280 50  jo 00  ���������9 5*>  15 00  Total $.603 50  ��������� * i' ��������� 1 1   ���������  f * t ���������   a ��������� 1  RXi'RNUlTUKK.  Discount<������iicheque*!. .'.|  Treasurers aalary  1909  Part Sec'y'������salary IQ09  Siove....  Insurance....  II Hrirlges, sports  1909  A II Peacvy, bill   R Cluilniers trans, hand  J I. Johusioti, nieulft etc  iloyal Hank of i.tinadit  re loan at 8 per-Cf.it .-  Hand, 1910   K Wilson, keeping wlc*  hel, etc ���������. ���������.  >'*[.iii t.,.......,,...,.,  i tuolt,   ui-<htMati;lniuiii  I'liiltil'-r.,,. ,., ,  J'Wball,    19IO   Music ai dance. .,���������...,  Si*r-ri inry's'snlnrv, tout  iiauliug, etc..... ....  Ue blue jay head   MclMtvo tk Morvison...  Duncan l.ros.... *....  I'irewiod        9 40  iV.-.vtvn  (  ��������� 35  30 00  20 00  6 40  4 00  5 00  8 00  12  50  8 00  103  20  65 qo  8 00  00 00  6 00  77 ������5j  jo 00  30 00  lot; no  *9.5"  57 35  17 40  ������9 95  , Dr.   Jvfrr,   tlentist.' will  Union Bay from 'Tuesday,   Nov.  L-i, to-Saturday, Nov. 5,        ,v.  ,,*   "      *~' , * ��������� ���������  At a fashionable wedding in iho  United States, a short time., ngo,  three dogs aisled as , liridesjiiuiils,  What iwmt? ���������/.'���������'"''"  LADIES' ���������TAiliOR.-MAD'E COSTUMES A '..SPECIALTY  SUITS mflDB TO   O^OB^flJiD  in -ahV sfyiiB vou unsH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERL AN D, -       -        B. C.  Capital $8,000,000. Keserve $5,700,000  The Royal Byik of Canada,  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN  ANY*CURRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL  OVifft THE WdRLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  al highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  CUMBERLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily. <  COURTENAY,   B. C, .Sub-Branch,   Open  Tuesdays and  FRIDAYS.  SrNION"WHARFrBrCv>Sub -BxanchrOpen-Thursdays.���������~  H. P. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  Hum  mw  Miss  Bessie   Mui'dusk arrived  home by Freilay's boar,  Air. and Mrs. ���������Charles Whyte  have very kindly taken Minx Freeman iuto theh' home,' thereby enabling (hu quarantine to be lifted  oil Rev, Freeman* residence.  -e-���������.t~. ���������.  ROWAN-.BANNEltMAN.  A pretty lioirie wedding wac  sol mun ixeti ou Thuiriday evening  Inst, when Miss Mary, seeouii  daughter of Mr, Thomas Ban ner**  man of this city, -was iimind in  uiairiago to Mi', Alex Kowau, a  well known young Mian of this  elty, Thu et'i'timony was performed by the iter, 1), Mi'Gillivjny.  Mr. John Htinduti suppartud the  groom, while Miss Kuphemia IIay*  mail, cousin of the bride, iu'|ud as  bridusiuaid. Mr. and Mn*. Row-  ���������oj will make their home in Cumberland;   '  The Wellington Collinry Co, at  tht* ivipiusl uf their eugliie<*rH,hart  kindly grant*.d the eight hour  ���������Inf'.'*.    TM* i*ii������ii*M**diiti   wn   nro  .linn nil) lw iijiu'h apprecSalt'd hy  lhe iiimu concur tied, ns it will nuw  give them time fur much needed  renreatioti,  ���������iNO'l'ICB Whereby given thst 80 day.  slur d������iu ���������! mtf ml to apply to Ihe Um-  t^ie A31net Oumuiiniuiier of Lurnls ami  Vyork' tors liceme tu prospeut for oiisl  ������*ul|>etroleuiii uiidtr ths Und* in Nelaon  Uufiict, Vsttoournr IsUnd, sinlUeauribeda*-  fol|.-i*i.:���������Commencing at ������ post placed on  hs north loun*Ury litis ol the old Uaynea  ^nund Lease sliuiit UO o!i������in< (rum the mm*  ���������hint*, pruueedinu ilioitue aouth   SU  ohsiim,  li������nv������ east 75 ohsins, inure ur  le.H, to tbe tt'oa tlmte, th������no<  ful owiiiir'the Htiisliore iu a uoitliwestoib  ilirtotjuti uutil tlm ititrstHiiiouof ilnnioiIJi  uoumliiry lin* of tho ������|il Hihu.h .Soiiml  Jj������.ite, tisHie f ll.iwina bshI ti.irth b .nud  try liue west 00 utisiu* nure or lenH to iu*  itisl point.  B, T.CAItKWOUlsON,  pur E. Priest, ������|(ent,  Dated rlsptsmber 21st, 1010  P. PHiLLiPPS Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   fcUEtLI CdNVEYANCfNG  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  *,AYWAKl) LAND DISTRICT.  DUtriot o( Coattl  TAKE NOTICE that Davldscn-  \Vsrd Co., Lid,, of Vancouver, BC,  lijbhuruien, intend to apply for per  tninsioii to purehssu the followinR  (l������������cribH(| iHiidi*:������������������Ooinmonoing at ii  uoiil planted about 10 chuitin north  ol a ftrestn on the i-avt cide of Cop*  ptr Hesnli, I.oiinlibormmh Inlet,  about 8 miles from Towey Head,  Vhaiicoaati '20ohains, iIipi ch nouth  iOoh������in#, iheiure wesi 20 ohaiiiH,  'tf I.ouiihhoroti|{h Inlet, thane*  horth along thoshnrcof houglibor*  oiikIi I nim about 20(ilmin*fo point  nfooum.tmwmtmt, iir.d containing  ���������\i) ante*, mora or b'sg,  DaVIUSON-WaHI) CoMI'ANY, I.ti������  Fradario L. Wsrd, Agent.  Dstcd Hi'|iiuit.cr 24th, IU10.  SAYWAKP LAND DISTRICT.  )  District nf Coitt.  IWKK NOTICK that D-ivid^n-W.ud  Cbtnpttnv, l.ul., of Vancntiver, ll.C,  or  ���������4-k  =V. BOflO^ft;  manufocturert of miNBRflb tUATHRS.  LUholesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUOR 6V BEER  P. 0. BOX 146  PHONE 89,...  CUMBERLAND  G.H. ASTON,  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER  First-class hki-wikino ok au'kinds donr.  kn0i.ish watchhs a 8i-8ciai.ty "^|  All 'Work auarant������������d*.  1  Next to TarbelTi,  Dunsmuir Ave,  NOTICK,  (n (bo mstter uf tlio Oflloisl Atlmiulitrs*  tor's Aot and Auiondlm* AoU, and  Iu tliv tnittor of K Hunsult, alio known tt  Kplt.tism HeiisuJil, ilsoAnMil iuUwtste  Nii������iceUbeitbyi'lrpntb������t by ordor ol  Ilisll.M.tir Jadus Ihrk.er, dnttd tlie Utli  ilny ol Sttjitemher, 1010, imuU la puriu*  suixi of an sppllontion In the County Coort  of Nsnslmo, holdou nt Cumberloud, 1, ths  iiiidrr'ij|u������rj, Oilloiil Atlmini ti'stor for  thst part of tbe Couuty t f ISanslmn kiiowi  ciipaiion lumbermen, iatends in apply for I *������ '��������������������������� Uwu* r������1"J������u,ttl ���������>��������������� \}L-< *���������* '���������������������������b'  purmissinn  io leiue the f..ll.iwii.K  df.yW������'������������.������J������>'������������������'������w������'"������������������* "������������������������-  ���������crilted Undtu-CommencinK si a prut  plnnted at a point un Timber l.itnii No  '. <'im;.\-  Hrt'tiV  J nn I tor's few  79 oo  lP*n.agcU}' Secretary.. 500  ������>*Mmrii nr.d   ITon,b. j        .,         TreriMUfr.. 1 tmt,  h tints ia^n utarKed "V" iusi.?.') '."reaMiirer'jiaalaiy, 1910 *.o 001 ������|*Hsittd in thla city.  df.t'Vit id." 'V and 7,"'   ''IT.l,' I'riste mmiey.'    646 761 ������L������   i:i) .uce in bank  137  jnbin nn llu e������Ht side nf Copper Ke.tr)t.  i-mohlmriHtyh   Inlft    almtit   tn thiin-  Mr*.  Samii������l  Show,   wifa   of|"������'rih;fa Mr������������mon.hc.;..de;,Msi,lf-f  ^"^rbeprossntodtomsdoly veri*  .' u,j ������f M<d Copper Reach and 1 chain eni'rr ���������w,( H������thln thirty d.y. from ths dele  hereof.     W. W, WIJJ.ABI),  Olliuisl Adnunl.tr.tor.  Untsil st Ctan.ber.1m1. IIAI, this Stat day  of !*������|ilomlier, IMIO.  and 4,HH."    Apply Chas Asl  ijifeUtr.or -K N ClifTc, C������.m ������i.  *o  Total  Mn.. J    rkfi   *f  fr*'������n   Uiirrb'11   Hot  UuiiiIh| last,  iv.il   It. ���������' e  .wjir ty* 1 n  ���������' "ifaii So       * ,  mmm_mm__mmm_m_m 1'f.VtMM*.  Mr. .John ilnrdt nrrivml home-  Capper  I, from die������hore line nf Copper Hamh;  thence went so cits ins, tlience sinuh ia  cliiins 1 thenar east an cliains more 1 r  Itis tn j (mint M feet eust ol the shore  lin'inf i.iiil Ccppsr Kesdij iheiue norih*  erly Jo ��������� hnin*, bin p'ir������ll������I tr. thf *ilmr*������  like nf I ouylihorou'.'li Intel, 10 tlie point  nl cntnmrnremtni, and conttiinin}-- 40  0. H. Kechner, ������tf CourU������nay,' .ere-* more or lt������e, inelnditnj ulhhf fire  tar a HlW largB hall in  nituit, i*,f ������hewe, tide lands, and lands oi-ereil  In  slier niilun rl.e h������iun*|ari������s tliereof.  ALI'KKU IOIIH.SOm,  Mr. Sainuul Shore, u fnrmui- pro  pi'ltitorof tho Waverly Hotel, hero,  died juddeuly at Victoria on Wed  tu'rahij/ Ust. Thu dcceasix! lady  wits well known and highly re-  lar tho ustste. ttTevts shit ureilpn of tho  ilHiyeimtnod ilooBSsed,  All debts due tho siUte of the Mid tie*  ���������ssrd must he pniit without daisy t.i the  mti.*i^ti������J������K.) *)��������� elnbn* gainst tU*. mM  mmSeoilaR'lun SihuIh* \,a,  K*������. . ttitfi ������t JCaualtun le r������-  irtrtmi to la* on Hrr,  1 .   . ���������  Aveai it it yidsan \V.<rd Co., I. tl.  D.ited Orto'ier l8th, )t)U*,  NOTICK  TKNI.KUS will lm   ������all������l  for  tin. i-rvr-iion of a two ntory huild*  Iuu at Courliuinv, until Wwlnt1"-  ���������Ihv, (hlolwr 5l)i, at H o'clock,  Vlnn** and Hpecifii-atlons ������an I*  ���������iti ut flu* IlfftTisfff*)' Ihxtrl.  b>we������t nr any lender, jiot necw.  eiari.y aeia'pitnl.  I  NOTICK. ''  IN the tnitier of ths UlUulsl Admlnlstra-  tur'i Auisutl Amandinp; Acts, an*l  In tlio mutter nt W Itemmen, silo known  as Willism Olivor Ksssnina, dfoeaial.  Intestate,  Notlue Ih horuliy giveu that by order tit  HI.,Honor .Indus Bn-a-or. diitod the Utb  U*y of Sept������*mher, 1010, nrale Iii porsii-  auoe of *>n fip|'llcitli/ii in llm County .  Cuitrt nf NsnuimM, hollen nt Cumlioiltuil  I, the nuderil*triied, Offlvlnl Aibululilrstor  lor tliat pnrt uf the Uiuiity ol .Wiaimo,  ktiomi m the C*nii * mtic.\*iul Diilrltt,  was duly ap|iolut������d eduilnletrntor if all  and ���������lojrnlnr the o.ute, offenu end credits  of tho kbove nsm*id deoesseil.  AU ililiti due tat������> esttte of the snid de*  oosieii tuutt im p������u. witbuut. tWUy  t������ >Lm>  iuidersl|ni*d. anUll eUlm������ a.-ilmt tha  edd ssUio mnst be pnssnHd lo me, dnly  verified, aitiiln thirty daya from the date  Hereof.       W. W, muhAW),  OfBolsl Admfnutrator.  Dutetl st Onmlierlsitd, HO. tble 1.1st day  of Ssptotnlwr, 1010.  Ailvcrtlaera will wmfor ft favor  hr lirfuirliitf fu Miefr rule, not later  than Monday, aa tlili will enahln  the prlnf*������re. to inwrt it in tlw  naxt i*������mi on the toliowing Tut������.


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