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Array I  5/  'A-^QU't'rt-a* Devoted H*speaia.Uy, to tlie Interests of C-orrsox Distriot.  mm*mm**wmwmmmm*mmtmmmm}mmt  rr*-*fti-*TiTY*arrTintr"~r*r- -urn- t-*���������im  The Nkws, Seventeenth: Year,  CUMBERLAND   B. C.,    TUESDAY,     OCT.   15,     1907.  The Enterprise, Fifth Year  ������SXS<s^������������������*S^^  ������  fSl  s  ews By Wire;  !*���������*  We are now slioiing all  lines of Pall Seeds,  ���������' Yictoria, Oct. 14���������The G.T.P.  has been granted by the pro vi 11-  cial government ihe right of way  through and privilege of taking  timber from-crown land throughout the province.  1   r,*.  Tour Inspection Solicited.  The* provincial government  has rebuilt the sidewalk at Court  en ay leading up the hill from  McPhee'." store. Some people  are of the opinion thai, the next  piece of work lo be done around  tlut quarter would be the widening tlie road, so that in case of  accident the government would  not find itself involved in liti<rat-  ion, as at the present time the  hill owing to its width is very  I .Union  Bay    Motes.  A pleasant surprise was given  Mr, and Mrs. t). Haggart on'  Thursday' last when all their  friends gathered and a most enjoyable evening was spent. Dane  ing and games were kept to an  early hour, when all went home  loud in their praises of the reccpt  ion given by their host and hostess.  A most enjoyable dance was  tendered 'Captain Neweombe nnd  Scarf ol D. G. S- and S S. Pilot  on Wednesday evening. All the  folks were there and a good time  was the order of the evening.  dangerous.  _-^k-_  ���������rtmVtmmTS^^  SIMON LEISER & CO.,.  ���������    L I M 1 T E' D   CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  ������@<5x^������������^)������������������������@������c^?' ?^ffxgg������ ..&<*&e$e(*)@������^^  a* mv^^immmmemmu-^ am ******* ^-m* f  magnet..   Cash-   Stofe.  FOR  Vancouver, Oct. 12���������An auto  driven by D. S, Milligan crashed  through the plate glass front of  Birks & Sous' jewelry store late  yesterday afternoon upturning  the machine ou the sidewalk. It  knocked down two little girls a-  ged five land seven and crushed  them. against the window, but  they escaped serious injury.  First Dance.  The Gonitis club gave their firs t  dance of the season  0:1   Frd' ���������.  eveuing'last   There v ere a number up from the Bay and Omit-  enay.     With lhe best music ihat  could be gotten no wonder every  dancer voted it a grand and glorious time,  118 new names have beeu added to the O'Uiox voter's list .inst  closed, making the number 01 v-r -  ters larger now then di a; v .-:"r...'  time iii the hisioiy "f ihe *.)���������--.' ",J.  . *$>   OIFORD STEIL  .JUfil  mm  ������,���������._>.  and  OIOOD   mud iCQMU -RiH'TlOfiT.'*- HESTERS.  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  >������><������.* aa������������a������������������aa������a������aa >. ������ ,a lain, la. ��������������������������� aa ��������� i*������***������ wa* *������*���������������.*������*������������*"������. ��������� ��������� ������>  T^_. _alaBBBBB7aa, m^mt*    ������HHHH*^   |a__M    t  . E. BATE,  Vancouver, Oct. 12���������Mr. R.  -_Mar_nolo,,.Sii pt_ot_JLEJR. j'afcn mad _  ���������last night from Nikola. Mr. Mar-  pole made uo amiouucenient re the  surveys on his return but it is understood Sir Thbm;^ "-Shaiiglnvbssy,  President. .o'f V.'F'.ltVi;^ make a  statement concerning'them on Jiis  arrival in Vancouver next week.  On Friday last th'e, annual tax  sale took place at the Court  House, Mr. John Baird offering  at public;. auction. the lands of  delinquent'tax papers.  Time was.when the possession  of land was not esteemed such a  grand privilege as at, the present  ���������day but the sale showed the eager desire to possess even if it  ,were bush and many miles from  business centres. The bidding  -was-keeii-and-the���������reCeipts~weTfe"  over $2000 while the taxes were  only about $300,  .  Mrs. Webber and Mr. W, i.bi ���������  ler arrived   from   the  nori.i  0  Tuesday night's boat on  a  ...���������['.  their parents.  Mr. J. D. Somerville is home  again after a pleasant trip to the  cities.  ��������� NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE thnt tho f>m of  Brydeu & Kilpatriok, mill operato 8.  livery Btabla keepers aud timber merchant, has beeu dissolved nud that al  debts due tho -said partnership shall he  due and paynble to John W. Bryden aud  that all accounts against the said partner  ship shall be presented to and vrill ho  paid by the said John W. Bryden.  Dated at Cumberland, B. C. this Sth  -day-of-OotoberrlGOTs   Vancouver,- Oct. 12���������Justice  i-Jrako introduced tlie following  resolution at the School Board today --Tliis Board dooms it unjust  ���������and unwise to', refund tho $o(J0  hitead tax tochi 1101*0 pupils and requests too. J.)ominion. government  to nmoncl the itet. Action on,the  hiotioti is, promised at next   moot  ing.  ���������>  I*  ���������  MEN'S FAI.L SUITS and RAINCOAT  mMifX^mtmmMS'smmn  J      Wc   liave   just   received   a Shipment'of'Campbells  fc  Ready* to Wear (Suits aud Raincoats  fr  ffr  %      We have secured tlie Agency for Cumberland of this  well-known Brand of Clothing  This is the most reliable and best tailored Clothing  *>   made in Canada; unequalled for STYLE,    FIT,   and  I  WORKMANSHIP  I   ������������������ ���������   - " '-'��������� '-   I  We have also 500 Samples to select from should you  wish to have a Suit made to order from this well  known firm  ;iSonsl  Vftiieovveiy Oct. 12-~-Justice  Morrison yesterday bouamo so incensed at tlie criliciKin of Mr. J.A  Russell, council for Parker accused of nian'slaiiglitoi', in tlio assizes  that ho loft.thq bench' and'retired  to private eluuuUu'.-i, Tho attorn-  .oy-^eiua'd iudmvd i!n Judgo to ro  turn nftor u slmri. delay. Parker  was con vide.!,  Naiiainm, 1 let, 1.2 -Mr. IJoasloy  of tho O.i', li, uhii Ini-; beon our.Iiu  .Inland arranging lor iim ft, tli N.  extension right of way.*' ha-' mado.  lin"lltlg"llli'iil Willi srltlei'i* ni "*. Wellington to -stui't clearing tho ri'^lit  of way fi'ntn th-il pnii.t, u-rvordiii'-*  to reports received horn.  It h miid that Mohhi'M Mai pass  and Doiiiif-r havo recnivo-ij oouiract  for chmri/ig Iivo uiilcfj I'min   Wol*  Uiigtuli him tu-11^  i.uiiinu;iiC������M (in.  I  OTitioilH.  A������  ropi'efitMitatioui   hm-c   been  mado that thoro now on (lio noost  1 *, .    .       1  lui.i.^    iiiiiu   t.jvu  u.i. ji    i.ii.n.   11WIIO  but white nihn will l.u tinod in the  clearing of thit* hoetion.  An amusing little story comes  trom-a little village by the.sea  shore not'fat distant. Two young  swains were in competition for  tlie smites of a charming young  damsel and decided ..to settle the  immortal question by both taking  the same damsel to a local dance  Oh everything was lovely! Oh  ycsl-till the last day���������tlie day . of  the dance, when behold the large  ''dark horse"' floated in at the  last minute and carried off the  prize. Of course the two had to  .treat the house and now the editor is happy with the prospect of  one comiue.  Bryden & Kilpntrick.  John W. Bryden,  Daniel Kilpntriok.  Columous, pliio, Oct. lS���������Mra,  Cassio Chad wick who died in tbo  penitentiary last night will be taken to Woodstock where the body  will bo interrod,  NOTIOB.  Ho'uKfthotders and othr-ra -wisi,:���������'������������������*������������������ ;.-.  qualify aa voler'.u-j the Mauicipaii'.,-) .*..!'  tluj City of'Cmnbarlund for the yn��������� 1 ;;;-i!-'  aroirequiredto conform to tho ff.il'.-������-:-i'_  reif'ulHtion;-  . ANYTER80N, a British Su'-; ���������'  *.? '.  of thefullapeof tivftiity-nnottaii:    . 1:    ;  iu tho City since Ihcllrftof Jam n.\ ��������� ��������� '���������  and hnvinjf paid' ;>t .loabt two dolirn.' ;���������  ,es to the City and oan prodnue .-.-  tor same is eligible to vote if regh ���������   .*  on or before.5 p. ro. Ootohor 81st, 1907.  ALEX. MoKtNNON. .  City Clerk.'   ���������  For Sale*  ���������*Hi������^*aaa���������i  . The Comox Co-operative As*  sociation are offering shares at  $10,00 each. Purchasers can  secure any number dt Shares bv  applying to Byron Crawford, Sec ���������  retary at Courtenay, or to R. W.  Ward, Cnmbeilaiid. B. C.  Ttuenty  Dollafrs.  I^M********^************^*****************   *  Mr. and Mrs. U. .MiMioll left  Saturday juotuim- on n trip to  trtciuts in iN.ptauuo,  on Pay Day will make you thc owner of a Lot at Royal  Oak or Burnaby aod -Slo.oo per month does the rest. All  lots are immediately .alongside tho H.O.R. Railway line  and waggon road between Vancouver and New Westminster  Yow Take no Chaixoos.  WWIrt^WgiiltWIraawtlW^iWrHgiiiBiii'l IM ttmmuwm m*mnm*.*������mm-������m*^mrtW[irtnnnmmilW _mWaMj|  The city has already extended (nr bevowi thi.'. d-.s,,!,:  aud building is going on all around When your iMvinems  are complete you will have  BouMed Your Money  ^���������iiMn-iiniir^(MTM'pwift'-'iiiwiiiiiiiwi������M>*iigwii    jwii-uili ���������T*.*-T ^^      V  and in a short time trebled it.     No i*ivo^-ment vtW gnn-  you too per cent with .-inch absolute security,  Lots $128 and upwards  Tbi������o Lota wero porHounlly wleotod from n very Inreo numlicr on no.  oonntot ihoir mtporiot Hitimlii.n nad ������***e*.nfionrif mn\.m",f, w  }  1R* t?oss flapierr  who !������in ll.o city nnd will be plenum, to ffiv������ nl) pnrtloulnrrl roiffirdfng  tliiitu.   Sri.ui> Iiuui ...kiiomm] of h nln-Jidy ou tlio miirkot at doubl������ tb������  pitfoliitHO pririp.    At nnv timri y-.iir ln<<������ pro ir- arnr. ������.��������� ,*nl\  ,A11t>r������ J%*)">-r*'  \v-  " i'lii\A Av\;.   \ lUlvOUVti,  9  9>  ^A^^^a>^AAAAAAAA^A^tttti.ftff####|t#>f������ \  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  By WILL N. HARBEN.  - Anther  nt  "Abac*   Dan*  Tke  Substitute  w.-  The  Ur.4 of Um  Chanjiitg  Sun." "The  tUrtt. Walk  Mystery." Et*.  C.pyrl.ht.   1905.  by  IARFER   ������   BROTHERS  aye  (Continued.)  ---jw tro'you-JTKe tue i'.a li'Ai'.'ils-  Miss Prissy aim Tempy, I mean?  Ain't they awful strict?"  "I don't know. I haven't been with  'em 10.11:4 enough to find out. They're  mighty cieau, ain't they?"  "Oh. dreadful! Aud they dou't like  a noise, and they don't like dogs, and  they don't like me. They call me the  'dog girl;' 1 beard 'em. Oqo time 1  went iu there for granuma, and Tuesday aud Peter followed me, and, first  thing you know, they tracked mud all  over the dinin' room. My. but wasn't  Miss Prissy mad! But you just ought  to have seen that floor." she 'chuckled.  Bradley thought of the spotless oilcloth and appreciated the situation. In  the course of the conversation that followed he learned that Gus was an orphan, like himself, and that sbe lived  there alone witb her grandmother.  Suddenly the girl snatched ber steaming shoes out of the oven to run to the  window.  "I thought I heard the gate shut" she  exclaimed. "Yes, it's grandma. P'raps  .you'd better dodge out of the other  door. She'll ask questions and find out  about my feet if you don't. Goodby.  P'raps I'll see you at school tomorrow."  Bradley picked up his bundle���������he  hnd brought it in with him���������and slipped -out of the side door, presenting  himself a moment later in the glory of  his new clothes to the critical gaze of  the old maids.  ..When Bradley started for school the  next day his head was ringing with instructions from the old maids concern-  ���������^ngJiiiA^ehavior and attention to_hls_  studies.  "Now, be a good boy, Bradley," said  Miss Prissy.  "Yes,- Bradley,"  said  Miss Tempy.  " "Remember, we expect a great deal of  you.   All our people have been smart  scholars*."  "Just as he turned Into the main  road he heard some one calling and  turned to see his acquaintance of yesterday, the girl uext door,' running td  catch up, her hood slipped back from  her hair and a dented tin pall in her  hand. Being, a girl, Gus carried her  noon luncheon during the winter  months instead of coming bome to eat  it.  On tlie way to school they met another girl, whom Gus introduced as  Clara Hopkins, a chum of hers.  "Sbe'B  ^tiptotf.   I sit with ber.   She's got most  ' ns many checks as I have," waa her  recommendation.  Upstairs at the Bcboolhouso was a  large room, with,rows of double desks  on each side and a wide aisle in the  center. One side of tho nlslo was tho  girls' side, and the other was for tho  boys. Mr. Daniels stiffly shook bnnd3  with the uow scholar, naked him some  questions concerning bis progress In  his studies and showed him where he  should sit. The more advanced pupils  occupied tlie desks ut tho rear of tho  room, and the younger ones���������Brad ley  among theui-sat lu front. Bradley's  seat mate was nn older boy than he.  rather good looking, with curly hnlr.  His nnroo, so ho whispered beforo  school begun, wns Sam Hammond.  At recess Bradloy went out on the  playgrouud for n littlo whllo, but bo  folt rnthor lonesome nmong so many  ��������� strangers and so roturnod to the schoolroom, It wns empty, tho tonchor taking bis customary "constitutional" in  tho yard. After a fow mlnutos Gus  camo bounding In.  "Why, Brad," sbo cxclaltnod,  ���������'whoro'vo you boon? l'vo been looklu'  for yoo. Why didn't you come on out?"  "Oh, I don't know," repllod tbo boy.  "I dou't know any ..of tho fellers yot."  "Woll, you'ro goin' to know 'era. Ob,  ray goodness 1 Wlnfiold!"  TJio stub tnllod dog sot pnnting nt  hor foot, thr00 Inches of red tonguo  hanging from Its mouth.  "Vou naughty, naughty dog!" cried  Gus almost In tours, "Uow dure youi  (Jo homo this minute!'  "Go homo, Wlnlleld I" commanded  Bradley, coming to the rescue.  Winfield Iind gono homo by tbo shed  rmitr* nlrondy that morning und didn't  j.roposo to do It ngnln. When His Huntress tried to catch him lie retreated to  a nuto distance and wagged his tall,  "Oh, what slinll wo do?" wnllod Gus  "Itecoss tt 'most ovor, nml If Mr. Dan*  iels finds blm hero t don't know whnt'll  happen!"  Bradley made n dnsh at tho dog, and  the latter started on the run about tho  room. At length they drove him out  the "boys' door" at the otber side.  Finally, being penned In witb both  doors abut and thoroughly frightened,  hf. dashed Into tha olotet wblcb waa  : between the doors, and b*d behind tbe  IWOrvl hoir  ���������Wow." said Gus exultantly, "you  watch that he dou't get out, and I'll  crawl in after him. Oh. my goodness,  there's Mr. Daniels eoiuJu* now.'"  The cowhide boots of the teacher,  were heard on the stairs. Bradley, in  desperation, shut the closet door upon  the imprisoned Winfield. Mr. Daniels  stepped to the rope iu the entry and  gave it a pull. The bell above responded vjith a single note, and the scholars  began to pour up the stairs.*  "We will come to order," commanded  the teacher. Bgi'dley, glancing across  the afsie at Gus, saw that she was as  white as the whitewashed wall.  "First class in arithmetic," said Mr.  Daniels, and then from the closet came  a long, dismal whine. The first class  in arithmetic stopped in its tracks and  looked aghast. The whole school, with  two exceptions, picked up its ears. The  exceptions trembled.  "Ow-wow-wow!" came from the  closet. Mr. Daniels strode across the  floor and opened the door.  "Whose dog is this?" he.demanded  sternly.  No one answered.  "Come out of that!" commanded the  teacher savagely. He reached behind  the wood box and, seizing the cowering  Winfield by the scruff of the neck,,  tossed him into the room. "Whose dog  is this?" he repeated.  Most of the scholars knew whose dog  it was. but none of tbem told.  "I asked a question!" thundered the  master. "Who put tbat���������tbat creature  in the closet?"  Bradley looked at his fellow conspirator. Then he held up his band. "I  -did^ejal(l������________1_____i_Ji___  Mr. Daniels' mouth opened in surprise. New pupils did not usually begin in this way."  "You did?" he gasped.  "Yes. s.'r. He foi��������� I mean he came  into tbe room when 'twas r"cess, and  we~I tried to put blm out, and he  wouldn't go."  "So you shut him In the closet. Brilliant youth! As this is your flrst.day  here, I suppose I must stretch a point  and believe it was not done on purpose.  If it had been any other of thn scholars I BhouJd have made an example of  'em. I am surprised that yoa should  treat your little brother" (appreciative  titter from the school) "in such a manner.   You may put him out",      -  It was easy enough to command, but  not so easy to do. The dog, frightened  at the crowd, backed away when Bradley approached.  "Come .here, Winfield," said the boy,  his face a bright crimson. Tbo school  giggled at the name,  "Winfield?" repeated Mr. Danleis.  "Why that name, If you please?"  "I-I dou't know, sir/'  "You don't know?"  "No, sir." And tben the boy had a  bnppy thought. "He's named after  Gen'rnl Hancock, I guess,"  General Wlnfiold Scott Hnncock, ln  his role of statesman, was very much  In the public eye just nt this time.  Mr. Daniels hesitated. He more thnn  suspected tho dog's ronl namesake, but  he wasn't sure nnd, being n weak man,  wns afraid of making n mistake.  "Well, put the. creature out!" he  snarled, nnd then, losing his tamper  and aiming n kick at the dog, be com*  uiunded, "Git out, you brute!"  Tbnt kick wns n mlstuke., Wlnfiold  wasn't used to kicks, nnd tbls ono sent*  tered bis doggish senses completely,  lie started on n pu 11 Icky, yelping flight,  hotly pursued by Hrndloy. Down tbo  nlslo by tha "boys' side," across the*  bnck of tho room among tho feot of the  "flrst clnss In arithmetic" nnd up the  nlslo by tho "girls' side" upod thochnse.  At tho end of the -second lap the entire  school won In tin upronr, Mr, Danlclr  white with rngo, took n hnnd In thc  pursuit, nud his efforts nnd thoso of  two or three more volunteers only  mndo mutters worse.  At longth tho dog, hemmed In on  both sides, hesitated lu the uuuuiu uf  the brum! iiMn, Suddf-idy lw duidcd  townrd the closot oncu more. Mr. Daniels lenped to Intercept him, tripped,  struck tho stool upon which tho bucket  of drinking wator was placed nnd  sprawled upon tne floor tn ttie cuuuir  of a miniature flood, whll' Winfield,  leaping ovor him, dnrtod through the  eutry und dowu tbe stnlrs, a shrieking  tnnnlnc.  The dripping Mr. Daniels was physically eaol, but mentally very warm  Indeed. "Checks" wore distributed  wltb liberality nnd two boys were  "ferruled" before 12 o'clock came. One  of these sufferers wee Bradley's seat  mate, Sam Hammond.  Bradley went bome alone, when the  old maids aaked bim Innumerable ques-  tions concerning bow be "got along" at  *r_v*. he simnlT nnamtv*>v\, ������AH tight"  ancTgave lio Tl*5tallsT*MTss^em"py"w,a,s  somewhat worried at his silence and  confided to her sister the fear that he  had been "studyin' too hard." "All our  people have been dreadful keen students,*.' she said.  It was nearly 1 o'clock when the boy  re-entered the school yard. As he did  so a shout went up from a group near  the fence.  "Here he is!" yelled one of the older  boys; "Here's your beau, Gus. He  won't let 'em plague his girl, you bet!"  "No," shouted Sam Hammond., "Gus-  ty's all right now, ain't she? He'll take  care of ber.  "Gusty had a little dog;  Its fleece was black's a crow"���������  "You shut up!" screamed Gus. breaking from the circle nud stamping her  foot savagely. Her face was red, and  there were tears in her eyes.  "It followed her to school ono day,"  continued the tormentor.  "What's the matter, Gus?" asked  Bradley, coming up.  "Haw, haw!" laughed Sam gleefully.  "I told yea so. Bradley '11 take care of  her.        '"  . "Bradley Nlckerson, so they say,  Goes a-courtln' night and Say;  Sword and pistol by his side,  And Gusty Baker 'il be his bride.  "What's the matter, Gus?" he added  mockingly. I  "What is the matter?" repeated  Bradley.  "None of your bus'ness!" Snapped  Gus, wbo was in no-mood to be friendly with any one. "You jest wait, Sam  Hammond! I'll fix you! Got whipped  in school! Ha, ha! Cry baby!" And  she gave an exaggerated imitation of  her enemy's facial contortions during  the "ferul|ng" that morning.  "Come on, Gus," interposed Clara  Hopkins. "He isn't worth talkin' to.i  Come on, I've got somethin' to show  you," *  (To Be Continued)  INDIAN MASQUERAOERS.  Dancing Masks and Blankets Used In  the Northwest  Here are some strange figures from  the great Northwest. 'They repr������jseut  the dancing masks and' Blankets used  by the Tsinshean Indians of British  Columbia in their medicine and sun  dances.  Many an Indian has fainted flora  the exertion of wearing the heavy  wooden masks and working the wires  that hold the jaw. It is impossible  to buy one of t lese masks.  Dealers in Indian curios have smaller ones made for tourists, but thoy  are never like the originals wliich can  only   be  found   among the  Indians,  A Hopeless Case.  A Scottish paper tells a story of an  old Scottish woman who was "unco'  drouthie." without the money to buy  "a drappte." "Lassie," she said to  ber. little granddaughter, "gang round  to Donald McCailum and bring me a  gill. Tell bim I'll pay bim T the morning."  Back came the child with a refusal.  Donald decHn^~toprrt~with-his-whis=-  ky without the cash. Eager and Irritated, the old woman cast about for  ���������some means of "raising the wind." and  her eye fell upon the family Bible._  "Here, lassie." she said, "gie him this"  and tell him to keep it-until I bring  him the siller." Off went the little  girl, but she soon returned, stiH carrying, the. Bible.   Donald was obdurate.  "He; says-be maun hae the bauboos  first, granny."  In auger.*,the disappointed grandmother threw up her hands and ex-  clnlmed: "Losh. did onybody ever hear  the like 0' thnt! The man will neither  tak my word nor the word 0' God for  a gill 0' wbusky!"  A Canine Shirker.  Hex, a thoroughbred Spitz, must perform the pnluful duty of escorting n  certain neighbor homo when she has  been calling nt our houso. However,  it is not without a show of reluctance  that he does It Recently our Wend  missed her escort, and no amount of  whistling proved equal to recalling  him. This occurred several times nnd  It wns always In nbout the same place  tbat Bex disappeared. One nlgbt our  friend determined to discover Rex's  Uttlo gnmo. Artor whistling and calling she made a pretense of going on.  Sho stopped in a deep shadow.  Around tho corner of tbe nearest house  apponrod a, slinking figure. Stealthily  quitting tho shadows Rox crept out  nnd peered long and anxiously up tbo  street, whither, ns he well knew, be  should havo continued to conduct tbe  lady. Aftor tills he turned shnraoioaely  around and lit out for borne.  Baby's Shire ef Blame.  Sbe had been fitted for two gowns,  tbo total cost of which was nearly  $1)00.  "Now," sho aald to tbo saleswoman,  "I wnut you to do mo n favor."  "Certainly," wa������ tbe iirompt response.  Tbe customer colored deeply. "1  wnnt you to make out the bill partly  for gowns for mo nnd pnrtly for baby  dresses nud a baby's clonk."  The saleswoman was used to tlie  whims of fashionable women, but Oils  was something sho waa a littlo alow In  couiprobuuuiug.      ike   cu*u������_.*..    t.i  pUlutrd.  "You aeo," sho snld. "my husbnnd is  ?ery fond of our bnby, nnd If be aee*  tbat tho bill Is partly for drosses for  ber���������woll, ho won't mind ao much."���������  i-aXClillllMtt.  Takes His Own Medietas.  In Baluchistan when tbo physician  gives a dose ho la oxpocted to partake  of a similar one hlmaol-f at a guarantee  of his good fnlfli. Should tbe patient  die under bla banda tbe relatives,  though they rarely oxoreino it, have  the tight of putting him to death unlets a apodal agreement baa been  made freeing him from all t-eaponat������  Mltry aa to eonaequeocee, whUe tf they  ahouid decide upon tanteUting bin  ha la fully expected to 7MM *������ bla Htm  INDIAX MASQCKRADSKS.  who jealously guard them, or in the  Shr-ldon Jackson Museum, at Sitka.  The Chilkat blankets on the images  are kept in the secret recesses of the  Indian huts and only brought out on  state occasions.  Each design on them means a  story, And the few people who were  fortunate enough to get Chilkai blankets in the early days of British Columbia and Alaska paid from $200 to  $300 for them.  No Indian blanket is as rare or  prized as highly. It is a queer thing  that though tlie Indians live in the  dirtiest of huts their blankets and  masks always come out fresh when  they wish to wear them for some, orgy  or celebration. The masks in this  picture are owned by one family, and  this accounts for tlie similarity in  shape and design. The colors on them  are dull reds, blues and black.  PRINCE LEADS QUIET LIFE.  Heir to British Throne Has As Peaceable Days As Commoner.  ; Never in the history of England has  there been such a contrast between a  King and the heir to his throne as at  Lpre5ent._Tlie^ri.*i^rJ_____y__igMed^  the crown," rushes up and down the  land in motor cars and special trains,  attending christenings race meetings,  receptions, garden parties, semi-state  and state functions, morning, noon  and^ night. The son, whose only  trouble seems to be the riddle of killing time, sits in his room at Marlborough House pasting stamps into  an album or reading a book. He does  absolutely ^nothing, arid does it -with  such a masterly inactivity as to rouse  one almost, to enthusiasm at the idea  of how subceB^iiUy'this proud prinoe  manages to while away his golden  days. .'���������"*'.-  The prince, the princess and the  rest of tlie family are up betimes,  which means about 8 o'clock in the  morning. Thore is the ordinary breakfast of a well-to-do English family,  and the head of it beguiles the intervals between bacon and eggs with the.  morning papers. After breakfast there  are charity letters to dictate to a secretary, for even the Prinoe of Wales  ib not exempt from the incessant  stream ot begging letters and appeals  from charitable institutions which  weigh down the postman's bag at.  every delivery.  Having completed this, the heaviest  task of the day, the prince goes for a  walk in St. James' Park or Hyde  Park accompanied by one of his equerries who live in Marlborough House,  nnd whon this constitutional is over  it is time.to go back nnd prepare tor  luncheon. Sometimes there is a guest,  but more often the meal is taken only  in the company of one of the equerries and a lady of the princess' household. Luncheon over, there must be  some stamps to sort (the princo's  stntnp collection is the flne-4 in the  world, nnd is said to be worth more  than ������100,000.)  Then comes another walk in the  nark, and then a book to rend until  ten time, when there are generally  one or iwo visitors. Dinnor, at 8.30  p. m��������� is quite informal, with n guest  or two only he.o and thoro. Tf tho royal oouplo go to the thontro, dinnor 's  so*, for 7, but as they do not ofton go  to tbe theatre tho ovoning is spout  quietly at home, the prince rending  a book and the princess doing some  fnncywork with the noedle, Bod at  10.30 ������. ov   Fend of'Crab.  A Jolly old boy from tbo Mldlnndi  entered tnto ono of the hotels nt tlio  eoaaldo and, seolug on tho slab on the  rtgUi u mtuii UicmciI v.* the ahc'.l with  lew, irlawti und parsley ranged round,  sukl to tho landlord:  "Wlint d'ye call tbnt?"  ������������������Crab," waa ttie nnswer.  "Looks good. I'll have un, and glo  us u y.ui itC nlit."  Bread and buttor wns added and the  diner loft to bis dinnor. In nbout an  hour tbo genial landlord entered the  dlniuff saloon to boo it bis guost was  getting, on all right He found blm  chawing up tho la*t rlnw, the cbawer  red In the face, but beaming.  "Liko tbo crab, slrr  "Yea. lie waa capital. I never tasted one afore, bat I think you baked no  a little too long. Tbe cruet waa bard.  Let's bate another pint4  Be bad eaten the lot-abell, claws  ���������ad aU wmnkia-I/.adnn 7i������BU������  LAUNDRY HI-NTS.   ,  It Is Best to  Examino Clothes Going,  to Wash.  Acrumulations in pockets should be-  looked for. Tobacco allowed to remainr  In a man's waistcoat pocket may cause  a stain in the procr-bs of washing whick  Irretrievably damages the waistcoat.  All pins should be carefully removed*  before clothes wrt* sent to the lauudry.  Failure to do this may quite easily  bring about blood poisoning, from-  which fatal consequences are not infrequent.  Honks should always be rust proofr  or the blouse or other article upon  wliich they are sewed is quite likely to  be spoiled.  Mnuy delicately tinted and daintily  trimmed blouses, usually sent, to a  cleaner, can be laundered to perfection, but it behooves the customer ton  understand that In sucb cases the iron-*  ers who take this difficult aud tedious  wor-k in baud require proper compensation.  If stains caused by tea and coffee,  wine. etc.. are to be removed, it is always best to mention this fact in tbe  book, for no self respecting la -qudry-  uses chemicals unless specially, asked  to do so. The needful process will be-  undertaken at the customer's own risk  only.  Lace curtains ought never to be kept"  up till very dirty. If sent after long-  exposure to strong sunlight, lt is quite*  likely that they will almost fall to*  pieces, wben starched.  Nor should needful mending be for-,  gotten, for it is Inconsiderate to send a;  tattered garment to the laundry and;  expect it to be returned in no worse-  condition.  One of the sorter's.princlpaj duties is  to uote xvftb a line of colored cotton*  every tear and bole, but after a little*  tiiougbt it is obvious that this task cam  only b* superficially carried out in the-  press of business. It follows, therefore, tb.it a vast amount of mending iv  undertaken at the laundry which in.  reality should be done at home, and,  however agreeable a method this may  prove to customers. It makes the labors  of the laundry mending unduly onerous.  Provide  your own   hamper,^.which  will insure its exclusive use, nthd If it  is scrubbed now and agalja at home  with-wster-absoltitexleanllbess_wJ_llJ)er*_  assured.  POST CARD  HOLDER.  A Useful Contrivance Easily Mado by  th** Amateur.  This little holder Is ornamental em  well as useful and is quite easily made  by the amateur. You require a frame,  and very possibly there may be ono  lying about somewhere which is not  required for a picture, which wouid1  do admirably for the purpose. If uot,  simple nnd pretty frames can be bought  for a trifling sunt.  Take the wooden panel which fits at  tbe back of the frame.  If you bave ta  nOtiDRH WllltN FINISHED,  get one, cut one of the oxact size or,  fulling tills, dim* stiff cardboard, Cover  this with wadding cut the exact slstir  of the wood nnd Iny It upon It, securing It with n touch of gum horo nnd  there to pf event Its slipping.  Next choose a pretty piece of brocnilo  or silk nud Iny this over the wadding,  fixing it In the sumo way. Set it to  dry under a pile of books,  Now lay some strips of firm ribbon  or braid ncross tlio panel to hold the  letters or curds, arranging thom as In  tlie nbnivii 01 iu uuj ullt-r way yot?  Iicvfcr. 'lids li- *i-d tm Important do-  mil, Corry the cuds of the straps ov������r  ���������0 the wrong side und secure tbem hero  und fnston (horn together whero they  croHH by n stitch of firm silk.  Now k,i|������ uie luiud laid tho frame  nnd fasten In the aame way na you  would it picture. Paste some brown or  fnm-y putter ou tho back to make netit  'iml tie n loop of ribbon through the  i'Iiiu* ut the buck to bang ft by, aud tlie  ,,iwt oard UnldiT Is complete.  rat-tat Mmtatav thonu.  Patent leather shoes should bt clean*  ed with milk, or a little sweet ott may  bt robbtd Into them, Tht soles antl  beels of racb shoes art of count to bt  eleaned witlj, blacking, . ... . ���������i.-ty;������,v,,',(?  I  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���������a  CellCalBicf  Star^i  Just send us  your name  aud address on  a post-card and we'll mail you  a Painting Book for the little  folks and a quarter-pound package of Ccllnloid Starch. That  means fun for the children and  satisfactory starching for you.  Celluloid Starch requires no  boiling, gives a perfect finish to  the clothes and never makes the  irons stick.  Write to-day for this free  book and sample.  Tlie Brantford Stares Works, Limited  Brantfonl, Ontario tot  The Grace Spoiled  A deaf old gentleman dined with  a family where   grace   was   always  said.   When the guests were   seated  I the host bowed his. head and began  j to repeat t���������e accustomed verse in a  subdued, reverent tone.  "Eh? What's that?"' demanded the  I deaf old gentleman who sat   beside  him.  j s The host smiled patiently and be-i  gan again, in a louder, more deprecatory voice.  "Speak a little louder, I don't  catch what you say," the old gentleman persisted.  A low ripple of laughter went round  the table. The host, his face crimson with embarrassment, raised his  voice and repeated the verse. The  deaf old gentleman did his best to  hear, but failed. He placed his  hand upon his host's arm.  "What did you say?" he demanded  irascibly.  "D n it, T'm saying grace," he  snapped.���������Harper's Weekly.  A Champion Traveler  President J. T. Hanrahan, of the  Illinois Central railway,   is   to   be  ���������credited with being the world's chief  traveler.   Averaging 150 miles a day  for fifteen  years,  a total  of 821,250 _  miles, and an average of 200 miles '  a day ior twenty    years, the grand  total for thirty-five years reaches tho  colossal figure of 2,231,250 miles.    It  is a remarkable circumstance that in ���������  all his travels by rail over the United!  States he has been in only one accident, and that was an insignificant  ���������affair.      ,  Use the safe, pleasant and effectual  worm killer, Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator; nothing equals it.  Procure a bottle and take it home.  Beware of   Ointments  fo**   Oatorrh   that  Oontaln Mercury,  as mercmry will surely destroy tbe sense  ���������of emell and eomplmely derange the  whole system when entering it through  the mucous surfaces. Sucb articles should  never be need except on prescription*  from reputable phy-ridana, as the damage they will do ls tan fold to tbe -rood  you can possibly derive from tbem.  Hall s Catarrh Oure. mannfactared by 9.  J. Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohio., contains  no , mercury, and Is taken internally,  acting directly upon the blood and m'no-  ?TU8,..BUJ,face8.of tho system. In, buying  Hall s Catarrh Oure be sure yon get the  ���������genuine    It    is    taken    internally    and  Tar\e iDmIS}edo',Q,hl������.   ���������*��������� F* J   Cheney  &  Oo.    Testimonials  free.  .Sold  by  Drug-slate.    Price. T5o  per bottle,  Take  Hall's  Family  Pills for constipation.  "Well, asked the first physician,  "what has that strange patient of  your's got?", .  "I don't know," replied the other,  "but I'm trying to turn it into typhoid fever. That's my greatest  specialty, you know."���������The Catholic  Standard and Times.  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT removes  all hard, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes, from horses, blood spavin, curbs,  splints, ringbone, sweeney, stifles, sprains, sore  and swollen throat, coughs, etc. Save $50 by  use of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful  Blemish  Cure ever known.  Inquisitive Acquaintance ��������� Have  you ever thought what you would do  if your gas bag should collapse while  you are half a mile or more up in the  air?    ' -.���������  Daring Aeronaut���������Often.    I should  "HarT"aF"once*iorTerra firrna by the  shortest possible route.���������Chicago Tribune. ���������'..,'".,.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, and  every form bt contagious Itch on hum-  ran or animals cured in 30 minutes by  Wo'fordVSanitary Lotion.  Tommy���������Pop, when is a girl an  old maid?  Tommy's Pop���������When she beeins to  worry for fear she won't get married,  my Bon.  Tommy���������-Arid when is a man an  old bachelor?  Tommy's Pop���������When h<������ begins to  worry for fear he will.���������Philadelphia  Record.  "Man Is Filled With Misery."-  This is not true of all men. The  well, sound of lung, clear of eye,  alert, and buoyant with health, are  not miserable, whatever may be  their social condition. To be well ts  to be happy, and we can all be well  by getting and keeping our bodies  in a healthful state. vr{ Thomas'  Ecloctric Oil will help all to do this.  "Pa, do you cut your eye teeth on  Bilver spoons or ivory rings, or whatP"  "You cut them on gold bricks, my  son,"���������Nashville American.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Diph<  tberla.  Redd���������Out in my car with a party  yesterday.  Greene���������Yes.  "Came to a wide, deep stream wo  could not ford."  "No bridge you could run the machine overP"  "No."  "What In the world did you dop"  "Just eat there and thought it  over."���������Yonkera Statesman.  Does Not  Color Hair  Ayer's Hair Vigor, as now  nude from our new improved  formula, does not stain or color  the hsir even to the slightest  degree. Gray hair, white hair,  blondo hair Is not made a  shade darker, But It certainly  does stop falling hair. No  question oboist that.  Dnu ml thanga th* color nf th* lair.  A  i/ers  remote with teea bottle  enow it te row  deetet*  Aik htm ttrwt ft,  tttntaeeefceieye  "Gentlemen," said the prisoner,  after acquittal, "I thank you for my  vindication."  "Young feller" replied the foreman  of the jury, "you don't seem to  know the difference between a vindication and a streak of good luck."  ���������Philadelphia Ledger.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  "You called me a thief."  "And you called me a" liar."  "Well?" -    ���������������������������"  "Well?"    "-' ��������� - -  "I've been thinking."  "What about?"  Pause. ,  ^ve_bjBfin.-J1Mnkiag^thatJt���������might,  be a good thing for us to form a  partnership and open a life insurance and trust company."���������Pittsburg  Leader.  They Are a Powerful Nervine-  Dyspepsia causes derangement' of the  nervous system, and nervous debility  rhce engendered is difficult to deal  with. There are many testimonials  as to the efficacy of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills in treating this disorder,  showing that they never fail to produce good results. By giving proper  tone to the digestive organs, they  restore equilibrium to the aerv-������  centres.  Slowly, imperceptibly, almost  sneakingly, as the lights were turned  down and the play began he slid his  hand along the back of the seat in  which she sat.  Then he leaned toward her and  whispered;���������  "Laura," he said, between his set  teeth, "I'll button up that gap in the  back of your waist this time/but  when you want anything of this kind  done again you'll ask me to do it before we leave home, or, by ginger,  you'll reach round and button it  yourself."  Whereat Mrs. Ferguson merely  glared'-at her husband and said nothing,���������Chicago Tribune.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen���������I have used MIN*  ARD'S LTNTMRNT on my vospel  and in my family for years, and for  the every day ills ana accidents cf  life I consider it haB no equal.  I would not start on a voya?e without it, if it coat a dollar a bottle,  CAPT. P. R, DKSJARDIN,  Schr. "Storke," St. Andre, Kamou*  rftska,  Indeed, ve believe it will stop every ette  ef filling hair unless there is some very  tmusuil coinplictrion.semethinf greedy  effecting the genenl health. Then yon  ehould consult your physlden. Alto eet  blm about tbe new Ayer's Ktir Vigor.  ������--������ltolit>ftheJ.O.Ai^O������>l<ew������alf������iss1'  Chinese Ancestor Worship  First and last, tho tablets of tho  ancestors and the ceremonies performed boforo thom have worried tho  Christian missionaries in China not  a littlo. At tho recent centennial  missionary conforonco a Chinese  gentleman of rank and intellectual  opuipment told thom it was a mis*  tribe   *n   /"ill   titi-fir,   _,,,'..-,-,-.��������� ���������r. ���������   fi i  1 ���������   ���������'!.       1........       U,L,���������U||.1..|      MUM'  troiis. An Knfrliflhtnnn of dintinc-tinn  told them the same thing years ngo.  Aftor deliberation thoy adopted  the  .following minuto: "While tho wor*  shin  of  ancestors   is   incompatible  ! with nn enlightened nnd spiritual  conception ot. tho Christian church,  yet we should bo careful to encourage  in all Christian convorts tho fooling  of rovoronco for tho memory of the  departed which this custom socks to  oxpross, and to imprest upon tho  Chineso in general tho fact thnt  Christians attach great importance  to flliftl piety."��������� Hartford Courant.  Returns of tho railway clearing  houso show that 1,000 parcels a day  are lost on the railways ot the  United Kingdom.  POUR DAYS AND NIG.iTS.  Life In the Regions of Ice and Snow  as Described by Explorers.  A' *- ,      ���������  During a Polar winter the average  thickness of ice on the ocean when  no storms or strong tides interfere  reaches six feet or more. Nanser*  found a thickness of over eight feot  There is really no warm season. Even  during the long summer days snow  still falls frequently. Clean spells are  relatively warm, but, especially in  the Antarctic, fogs and cloud are frequent, while winds bring low temperatures. Nevertheless, the summer  near tbe margins of the Arctic zone  is described in the "Journal of Geography" as having clean, pure, criso  air, free from dust and with little  precipitation.  The monotony and darkness of, the  Polar night are decreased a good deal  by the long twiliuht, due to the hijrh  degree of refraction at low temperatures. The sun actually appears and  disanpeftrs some days before and after the times which are geometrically  set for the chanpe. Light from moon  and'stars, and from the aurora,��������� also  relieves the darkness. Optical phenomena of great variety, beauty,-and  eomnlexity are common. Solar and  Itmar haloes, and coronae, and mock  suns and moons are often seen.  Auroras seem to be; less common  arid less brilliant in the Antarctic  than in the Arctic, Sunset arid sun-*,  rise colors within the Polar zones  are described as being extraordinarily  brilliant and impressive. *. .Thus the  North Polar summer, in spite of its  drawbacks, i"is *in some xespects"' a  pleasant and healthful season. '  But the Polar night is monotonous,  depressing, repelling. An everlastingly uniform snow 'covering, rigidity,  lifelessness, silence ��������� except for the  howl of the gale or the cracking of  the ice. Small wonder that the Polar  night has sometimes unbalanced  men's minds. The first effects are often a strong desire for sleep, and indifference. Later effects have been  sleeplessness and nervousness, tending in extreme cases to insanity, anaemia,  digestive troubles.. .'���������:'.,  Extraordinary low winter temperatures are easily borne if the air is  dry and still. Nansen notes "not very  cold" at a temperature of���������22 degrees,  when the air was still. Another Arctic explorer, at 9 degrees, says "it is  too warm to skate." Zero weather  seems pleasantly refreshing if clear  and calm/ But high rel ativ������ humidity and wind���������even a light breeze-  give the same degree" ������____ eold^a^pene-^  Trating feeling of chill which may be  unbearable; Thus the damper air of  spring and summer usually seems  much colder than the drier air of winter, although the temperatures may  be the same. When exposed directly  to the air tlje sk'in ��������� burns and blisters ; the lips' 'Swell 's'nd crack. ���������Thirsty,  has been much , complained of by  Polar explorers, and is surely due to  the active evaporation from the warm  body into the dry, relatively cold air.  There is no doubt that Polar air is  singularly free from micro-organisms  ���������a fact which is due-chiefly to lack  of communication with other parte of  the world. Henoe diseases which are  common in temperate zones, "colds"  among them, are, rare.  "     'iTieifVronrg-Shoo.  Ho was only a.plain AiDorlcan panhandler, snys tho New York Globe, but  he ordered his "schooner" of.''Bowery  beer with the song froid of a plain  American plutocrat. Midway In Its  consumption he sidled to the freo lunch  counter and reduced tho pile of big  naiwages by one.  Two moro gulps ot boor and n second  and third largo sausage disappeared.  Washing theso down, ho concluded that  bo needed a sausngo and got it! then  for tho door.  "Hore, Bill," the genial barkeeper  colled familiarly. "Come back a minute"  Tho panhandler returned expectantly.  "Say, 13111,7 the barkeeper continued  in a confidential way. "tho next time  you want a glass of boor you go to a  butcher shop, seer"  JAPAN OR BLACK TEA DRINKERS  I G*\t* get tha Most Delicious Tea In the world  .-������������������*'��������� by asking foi'  BLACK OR UNOOLOJtED GREEN TEA.  Sold only in Lead Packets.    Never In Bu.k.   By alt Greoersv  &���������������? Highest Award St. Louis, 1904.  A Royal Friend to Authors  Queen Alexandra's private library  is one of the most remarkable in the  kingdom. Her kindness to budding  and full-blown authors is as well  known and genuine as her love Of  good works, and consequently few  days pass unmarked by the arrival  of a number of sumptuously bound  and beautifully printed books and  magazines, accompanied by requests  for her majesty's "gracious acceptance. Her majesty always accepts,  and always Sees that a civilly-worded  note ���������.-���������of-; thanks'is despatched to the  aspiring author by return.  An Excess of Aristocracy  The noble families of Prussian Poland have become so numerous as to  almost swamp the common people of.  the province.  The priest of the village of Konitz  replied to a circular issued by the  government that every one of the 400  laSniilies in his congregation was of  noble birth. -- London Evening  Standard.  Wild Plums  Shook to the Waiter,  There wns a torrlblo commotion in  ;he kitchon of tho cafo.   Tbey could  seo it through tho swinging doors.  Somo ono wont to investigate,  "What is itr tboy askod wbon bt  Imd returned,  "A waiter fainted," he pnawerod aft  ho took his Boat "They nro slapping  hlm with wot towols, trylwr to bring  hlm to, Did you soo tbat woman wbo  Hist left? Sbo was tho cause. Sbe  tore iilui a quarter Uu������"  MOTHER'S ANXIETY  The summer months ire & time' of  anxiety for mothers because they are  the most dangerous months in the  year for babies and young children.  Stomach and bowel troubles come  quickly during the hot weather, and  almost before the mother realizes  that there is danger the little one  may be beyond aid. Baby's Own  Tablets will prevent summer complaints if given occasionally because  they keep the stomach and bowels  free from' offending matter. And the  Tablets,, will_ cure these troubles jf  ���������they come suddenly;' The wise'' mother-should keep these Tablets always  at hand and give them occasionally  to her children. The Tablets can be  given with equal success to the newborn babe or the well-grown child.  They always do good���������they cannot  possibly do harm, and the another  has the^. guarantee of a government  analyst'that this medicine does not  contain _^one particle of ^opiate_. o_t  harmful drugT^Sold by all medicine  dealers or by mai1 at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  .   .-.',.. ���������*-��������� '������������������'���������. - .<> .  "How do you define the phrase "as  black as: your hat'?" a father asked  his ..son, as the' latter had just used  the expression.  "Well," replied the youth, "I  should define it as darkness that  might be felt."���������Casseli's Journal.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  Yukon Prices  High prices prevailing in Yukon  territory continue to prevent many  tourists from visiting, that country.  American Vice-Consul Woodward, of  Dawson, writes: "in one instance a  party of some two dozen tourists from  the Eastern States arrived here in  the morning, and after a hasty'trip  up the creeks, left on the steamer  the same' evening. A visitor from  the outside, particularly from the  extreme east of the United States, is  astonished to find that the smallest  coin in circulation is 25 cento, that  the article which costs 5 cents 'at  home will cost from over two to flvo  times that much, nnd that 25 cents  is paid for a five-cent cigar or an-ordinary local newspaper,,tlmt a chargo  of $1 to $2,50 is miule^fbr delivering  a single piece of baggage- to tho hotel,  a distance of two or three blocks,  and everything else in proportion."  Pawnbrokers Busy  Pawnbrokers in Now York ara do*  ing a big busiue*-,* just now with a  lot of'fashionable women who have  been devoting too muoh timo and  money to bridge whist.  A Curo for Khoumatism���������Tho intrusion of uric acid into tlie blood  vessels is a fruitful cause of rheu  matio pains. This irregularity is  owing to a deranged and unhealthy  condition of the liver. Anyone subject to this painful affection will  find a remedy in Pnnrieleo's Vegetable Pills. Tlieir action upon tlio  kidneys is pronounced and most  bonofiolal, and by restoring healthy  action thoy correct iinpuritfos in tho  blood.  Prunus Americana is the botanical  name of the native wild plum of the  Northern States, and the many  named varieties of this plum now,in  cultivation have been worked out by  selection, cultivation and the breeding of new varieties. The wild plnm  of Manitoba, though given a different  name* by botanists, is closely, related  to prumw Americana, and is no  doubt quite as susceptible to improvement. Our hope for the future  in growing p'ums lies in the, improvement of our native species, as  few of the cultivated plums of other  countries are of any value here.  With a view to the improvement of  our native plum, the Buchanan  Nursery Co. of St. Charles, Man.,  offers a prize of $5 for the best  sample of native wild plums sent  them this season. Anyone who  wishes to compete for this prize  should send about a pint of the fruit  to the company, by mai}, with their  name and address.  see  i^Ancix^  r  Wn* *m tpawl tew titvW-  *mu buys meet real nlue/  a ft esttfatt, lanfo*-  oaly when tech gu*  ner*   bears   (he  budamuklnitd  mtemi    fltteMMMMl  youitfilsctira  or yeet  moaey  First Professor���������That man has been,  signally honored by many colleges.  Second Professor���������I should say so.  He has been given enough degrees to,  qualify  him   for  a  first-class  ther-  ifiWeteT^Miiwaak������^^  Have you tried HollowayV Corn-  Cure? It-has no equal for removing,  these troubles and excresences, as  many have testified who ���������; have tried  it. ",,'"''  While playing cards at an inn a  man lost all his money, besides his  watch and his overcoat.   He therefore got up and went away, but rer,  turned in a few minutes.  "Gentlemen," he said, "it has just  begun to rain. What will you give  me for my umbrella and rubbers?"  ���������Fliegende Blaetter.  toCome^  Ju*t ona roof I* ot-ARANTrmr) In writing*  to be good (or ?.5 yean nnd ja mall*/ good ior  u hundred.   Thr.t'������ a root'of  "OSHAWA"  GALVANIZED  STEEL SHINGLES  Tut them on youmslf���������fominon *enM ond a  hammor and snip* dee* it Tho building  limy cover in pmol* ������e������int.t Hshtnlng, fire,  folrm, rain and mow. They com lent rwcuuta  tliey'iw mnda better, ami of better mnUrlat  Write u������ and learn about ROOF I NO  RIOHT.   Addn-M *><  The PEDLAR People <���������$  0i.b-.wr. Uuntrul Ottawa Toroote Uitmita Wlnnlpii  ���������Sa-e-eflta-anii-w'*^^  Mede in many fab*  riu ami nyiu, ������������  wow _ prion,   ig  fjrm-duiag ium iot  __U%-Mt__* Mat���������rife aaat���������Uef  cUMr-aa. See that  *i,PEN.ANGl������  b thtm���������it haras  youretet^iwwtk.  Tho lato James McNeil Whistler  was standing bareheaded in a nnt  shop, tlio clerk having taken his  hat to another part of the shop f'������r  comparison. A man rushed in with  iiia ii.iv in liio hand, uud, suppuaing  Witintlor to bc a clerk, wigiuy confronted him.  "Seo hero,''' ho aaid, '(bis hat  doonn't fit."  .VI''*   II-,,-      n,.- -1       M I-   f ��������� -   ''*  ,  ally from head  to foot, nnd then  drawled out;  "Woll, neither does your coat,  What's more, if you'll pardon my  paying ao, I'll lw banged it I enre  much for tlio color of your trousers,"  ��������� -livery body'a Muga/ane.  A now l'nriiuiut i)iij|rno������i* of ty*  phoid is tho application of a finely  powdered precipitate of typhoid toxin to the oye, which causes mild  opthalmia in persons suffering from  the disease.  WILSONS  FLY  PADS  Kill them all.  *te deem tlen  lying about  when utetf em  mireetamt,  > ��������� SOLD 0Y ���������  MiiflnWTH, fmnftim nm fttvmt arm*  10* per paelcet, er a raaefcota fee tne.  will last a whiter eeaeen.  Num������' & fooibm' Vrmrire  ���������mott tellable medicine tor baby.  Ui*dom50-m*������. Rrrl vrvrnpounilerj  bVDr.P.E*Pic4uH|0 18^5.  Makes Baby Strong  Ratterc* the little etfut*. to y.tf'A  heakh,  Cn*aa teuad il������*p, wrtbou*  retort tt* rtpfcrm methat lidim/m* dnig*.  A.*������n4.n_,25c6V**V.������I.ZJ. *  WiaiaitPr^fcCliawMCa. Ud., Mentnal  W.  N.  U.  No.  m ***.<*.-  *r  thf xF.ws. COTfB^KLA^nry. fnrn^H eoLTBimA.  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  J.   A.  Bates,  Kditor and  Proprietor.  The oolumns of Thk News art* n.-an to -H  who wiah to expr������8������ thttrein views or niav-  tera ot public int.. res*  While we do nut hold uuraelves rea > .nsi*  ble for tlie utteraueea of oorrt-aponden..., we  t-.at-ixv.   '-lie r tfiu   ol   duoliniug  to inset  o uiiuiutueatioue unnecessarily permumt.  =_-==_r-. ____--= tr*.: "' ���������   ������������������  TUKSDAV,    OCT.   15,   1907.  Register your vote before October the 31st.  Lei your niuf.o be k*tell the editor." When your friends visit  you and you are not ashamed of it  tell the editor. When your wife  gives a tea party, if you have recovered from the effects of the gos  sip, drop in with tlie news. When  a bab) arrives till your pocket with  tLe bust cioarir and call, il you  go to a purty _teal some of the  good things there and leave  'em witb the item iu our Banctuin  li' your mother-in-law dies don't  be bashful about it, 6iv������* in all  the coi.ii.ion plaee news. In short  whatever makes you feel proud,  sad, lonesome or glad, t-ubmit it to  the twenty-Jour eanu wisdom of  the editor nnd see tho hair on his  bald head.stand up on eud witb  gratitude./which will doze from every pore like moisture from the  dew-besprinkled earth.���������Ex.  One of our citizens who occasionally wipes the dishel for his  wife, bacame tired of tho job aud  refused, saying  work."  '-it is not a man's  Not feeling disposed to  lose his help she brought the Bible out to convince him of his er-  tor and read as follows from II  Kings 21: l3; "And I will wipe  Jerusalem as a man wipeth a dish,  wiping it aud turning it upside  down," lt is needless to say he  is still doing his occasional stunt.  ���������Ex.  Ada, Idaho���������Because A. Clarke  aged 40, a fanner living ou the  Lewiston reservation,twenty miles  south of hero, openly defied the  Lord, lie was struck dead in hie  front yard.  Clark had been known as an a*  theist for years, and in the preti*  6nce of his family and several  neighbors said, "There is no God"  He tbou dotted the Supreme Being  to punish him. No sooner had the  words left his lips than he was  stricken and lie died a few minutes later.  iiion  S^^TTEX-    a  DAVIS,  ������te!  Peopbist.  EnglUh 4 x BURTON always on tap also, the tamms MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������A..hens. r, B, hernia,., Schlitz, &o. " OLD GttEY RKARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging 1). pertinent, under the iranibdia'e supunati-ndenee of Mrs  Uavib, will be tou d Firatolass in every i-eapeot. .  BATES,  $1 oo per day upwards.  Frequently you pick up one of  the local papers, and after glancing at the headlinoB wearily thrust  it aside, remarking, "Nothing ia  the paper to-day,"   Did you ever  itop think what that phrase-���������'-no*  tuing in the paper to-day "-mean a?  It means tlmt in the day or week  just past that no misfortune has  befallen anyone in our city; that  no fire has wiped out a neighbor's  worldly goods; that grim angel of  death hft? crow, nn r,hr������������ho1d of a  /rie..������J; llml uu ....... drivon by li  j  quor, hatred, or fear has taken the ���������  life of a fellow human; tlmt no |  pnnr rWil. haunted by th* past or  some other, has crossed tlie great  divide by his own hand. So the  uext time you pick up a paper tbat  doesn*t announce a tragedy, give a  .ittle thanks instead of grumbling  because there is no new*,���������Ex,  The Right Price  FURNITURE STORE  There may l>e s.'raethinp here, this week that you were looking for  last week.   If it is tbe price is sure to be riglil.   Give us a call.  UEL'AlUINGr A SPECIALTY,  J. H. COLLINS, Cumberland.  tmtemj***i*A*mf*V*m. ������  *AA^  SteelRange  mt-j  <LmZ  ���������mm  e  $rsej  fo*.  If you purchase a Kootenay  without the reservoir ana  decide later thajb th  reservoir is a real  necessity, why, just  order it and attach it  yourself.  It's easily  tionu^^M^etJL^Ly  remove the sere 'wai  and take off the plate marked  "BBMOVE FOB RESERVOIR" (see top illustration),  which provides an opening  fbr the hot air to come  through and circulate  under the reserv  voir. Then attach,  by rae an s or  screws, the  reservoir and  the flue box  shown in low*  er illustration.  A screwdriver  is the onl  tool requires  claryS  Le-nrto* Tefonto, Montreal, Wlimlpei, Vancouver,  StJoha, Hsmutos)  fm Kootenay booklet on request* **s  C H. Tarbell Uoeal fl9ent  W ,   .*;���������*>���������       ���������*��������� ���������*** -em ���������****.*.   munimwmmm mil  BEER    BEER  The drink of strong men and'healthy women  Kspiialt ft Nanaimo fij-  r^^%t  j������v  > fl i^z.A?  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  vicrro-eiA.���������cotyrox     route  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling  ,t\   North  Saanich  Cowirh.m Hay    Maple  Bay, Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  or passengers offer.  Leaves Nana.mo Tuesday,  _ p.m., for  Union Uay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday 7 a,m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Cemox and way ports.  Leave* Comox  Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  N.in liino ani way ports.  S'lils iVom Nanaimo Saturday, ? p.m., for  Victoria, culing at Kuper and Thetis  Islands, Crofton, Maple Uay, Cowichan Uay and Noith Saanich when  freight and  passengers offer  North  Saanich  when tide and weather  conditions  permit.  VANCOUVER - NAKAIMO - LADT-  WITB   ROUTE  The voters* list closes October  3i������t   Ponus for registration are  resh Fruit  On Wednesday and Thursday  of each week we have fruit.  Call and give us a visit,  D. Hunden.  S. 8.  JOAN.  Sails trom   Vancouver  for  Nanaimo  ilaily, except Sundays; at   30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo  for   Van ouver  daily, excep; Sundays, at 7 a.m  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  Monday, October 1st, 1906  "NORTH BOUND���������Read Down*"  I am prepared to  furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates,  D. KILPATR1CK  Cumberland  OUR BEST  CLAJBING       OFPER-S  This p .per AND A NEW Subscription to  Regnlar prio ��������� for both.   Our Prioe  Daily Witness,      $4.50 $3.00  Weekly Witness,     2.50 2.00  World Wide,          3.00 2.25  Northern Messenger 1.90 la75  Our calculatiuDH ate bawd ���������rictly on ne  cash in advanoe.   Samples oi these paper*  may be seen at our office.  POLLEGIATE   SCHOOl  ^        FOR BOY.S  The laurels.        Belcher Street  Victoria B. C  Patrou and Visitor,  THhLORD   BISHOP  OF  COLUMBIA.  Passenger  Trains  Daily  Stations. No. 1  v*iocoria,  RuHbela,  Sbawuigan,  ��������� 11 - -  .G.ibblsJIill,____  Cowichan, ?  Koksilah,  Duacari's,  .Somenos,  Weath'olme,  Ohemttiuua,  Ladytunich,  South VVnlliiigtoni  Naiiainiu,    ,  ^Wellington,.,.  De. 9.00  .    ,9.04  10. J 7  10.22  10.40_  Sunday  Wed.  Sat.  No. 3  De. 15 00  15 04  16.15  16. JS  IG 30  Head Master  J.W.LAING, ESQ ,.'M. A.  OXFORD.  Assisted by three Graduates of the Recognized Uuirereities of Great Britain and Can*  ada.  Moderate terms for boarders.  Property consists of five acres with spacious s-Jliool buildings, extensive reoreatin*  grouuds. gymnasium, Cadet oorpa organized.  APPLY TO HEAD MASTER.  10.48  10.53  11.00  11.07  11.18  11 32  11.57  12.18  12.Su.  Ar 12.53  1641  16 47  0 10.58  1710  17.2*:  * 17 35  17.56  18.19  18,30  Ar 18 45  Good Buys.  SOUTH BOUND���������Read Up  Viotoria,  RuBBels,  Shawiiigan,  11  Cobble Hill,  Cowichau,  K.ok������ilah,  Duncan's,  SomonoH,  Woathaline,  Uliemaiuus,  Ladysmith,  South Wellington,  Nanaimo,  Wellington,  No, 2  Ar. 12.00  12.02  10.51  10.48  lti.40  10.15  10.06  10.02  9,47  9.37  9.25  De. 9.00  Ar. 8.50  8.28  8.15  Do. 8,00  No. 4  1855  18.51  J7.35  17.30  17.22  17.08  17 U3  16,58  16 43  10.32  16 22  De. 15 58  Ar. 15 48  J 5.27  15 15  De. 15 00  UnionBreweryBeer  Is The Best  Bottled or In Barrel*.  Thc UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo B.C  When In Courtenay Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience lor gueiti.  Ths Oontial Hotel for Sportsmsn  None but the Bent of Wine, and Liquors  at the Bar.  RATES REASONABLE  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tickets on sale, good ovet rail and ste.m.er  lines, ut two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excursions, and reduced rites for parties may  be arranged foi  on application to the  Dist. Pass. Agent at Victoria.  The Compan'' reserves the right to  change without previous notice, Steamers  sailing dates and hours oi sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  all Stations, good for going journey Saturday and Sunday, remrning not later  >han Monday.  ., W. TROUP, Ood. Sup. B.O. Ooast Sor.  li, L, COURTNEY, Dist. Frl. & lass. Ag.  mmmtmmmmmmm*A*tmmttit*mmtmmm*tmmttmmmmm*tmmmmm**mm  Morroclri Bros,  S*z\.-C^awjBJXvO  DKKAD, Cakes and Piei deliver  ed daily to any part of City.  ^LL8T00K . Groceries  HAt Oregt JSnoltik Jletncdy,  =W^^TE=B==To=Huy4������=Gottage=on=the=���������  ..instalment plan   , Owner leave terms at  this office,  FOR SALE���������The fine tesidence of Mr.  T. E. Bate, situated at th.e  corner  of  Windermere and First Street is fm- sale  at the low figure ol $1400*    For parti������u*  liirs Apply Cumberland News.  S175 buys a flood lot it this city.  FOR SALE���������IO aores good land in Comox Vnlle.v, suitable for chicken ranch.  Beautiful stream rum-inp-'through property.   Apply at this, oflice.  FOR SALE���������160 nores, 60 nores chopped'  nnd about 10 acres cleared. High land,  aud excellent pasture land. Terraa, oaa  be arrnnpod to suit.  WANTED���������About ten acres oleared,  with or without house. Must be good  land and fronting water, State lowest  price.  *���������*-* -'��������� "i     mi'    '���������"* ������������������INI���������*���������     1   1 1��������� ***** 1-       1��������� ������������������>  $800 CASH buys iirat-olafls house  ou Maryport avenue,  FOR SALE���������9,0.acres, with 10 acres  cleared; $1,000 worth of timber, fir cedar, white pine, and spruce. 75 acres of  bottom land, 8 roomed house and out*  buildings. Lots of spring water, and only about 3 miles from Cumberland.  $1100 buys���������100 acres  miles from Courtenay.  timber ranch, 6  itidMrrtr  Oteat Enqli*h liemedu.  1 and inTigontestho wholo  makes _n ������������������  J2m������-v{  'unions, a*.  ;������������ff������SS  titOt****,  Cook'i Cottofl Root Compound.  r^wv)tmrtmm���������_._._"!_______.  IX afl_k������ataaaa*aT_i_ri   _SS)naWkflMMPL    H_      flCaa-   lit  John Johnston,   Pro  __mi_r*tmm\_*xnts3  For Sole-100 aorea 2% miles from Court  npy.About 20 acres oleared Bome years a*  go, Rlfc-ht in line ot railway oonetruotlon  Close to Courtenay river.  am ..������������������..--���������������������������������������������������������������ii..   ��������� 11   . i-a...i������.������������������������������������������������-������������������mkhi   ������������������������������������, \'\m**mmm*mmmmmemmimmmmw���������mma  FOR SALE���������A farm of 160  acres, also house aud barn, situated near Coinox valley Beautiful location, convenient to tbe  salt water. Por particulars ap*  plyat this office  To Rent���������Several desirable bus  iness locations. Consult tho CR.  E. Agency.  11' ��������� ***** in i ������������������  1 mui i_������-^w-Maw-������*������MMa#������a*a*������-*a*MM-^Mwa#>WMM*a**-a_������_i  ' Wanted���������To borrow $3000 for  some years on pood security.  For particulars inquire oi Cumberland Real Estate Agencv.  A������������������Ma���������aMi���������aawaaMaa.aaaaaiaan���������aawaaaaaaMaaHM  F. PHILLIPS HARRISON  Barrl������t������r and Solicitor  and  Notary Publlo  Cor.v0yanatr.sr  Cnntokil    B. 0. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAM), BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  r  a  Sale of Crown Granted Mineral Claims, for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes,  in Comox Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.  ^^^^^Bt^mmim'm^*m'l^m,mmm\\tmmm*m*mm*mmmmm*mwm^  I .HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the 4th Day, of November, 1007, at the hour of  11 o'clock a. m. at the Court House. Cumberland, I shall offer tor sale by public auction the mineral  claims in the list hereinafter set out. of which Crown Grants have been issued, for all unpaid taxes -accrued, due and payable on the 30th Day of June. 1907, and remaining unpaid on the '30th Day of June,  1907, and for the expense of advertising this 110tice, if the total amount due is uot sooner paid.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.  Namk of Pukson  Description op claim  (   Unpaid  Taxes  Costs ok  Anvi-ui'risixn  TOTAIi  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotives and   railway cars of   the   Union   Colliery  Company by any  person   <>r  persons���������except rain crow���������id strictly  prohibited.    Employees  are eub-  iec to dismissal for allov  ag same  ���������By order  Francis D. Littiu  Manager.  When in Gumberland  STAY AT THE..........  VENHOME.  e&   All Convknikncbs fob Guests.  Thr Bar i8 Supj**mki> with  Best Liquors and C%ars  J. R. BANNERMAN.  .JA.PAHBSH  .at al-ow Price,  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and Clean *_m ity  60lbs.    ,..... $2.65  im.* ��������� im.  No. fi Japtown,... ,Cumheria.nd B,  m*mW ^, t^mtv%mat'mt*min*iivtv,n^"eriMe\ i*.*..t(.r*te**  I  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIK8T-l.iLAHh  OANOY, FRi/lTH,  CIGARS ife TOBACCOS  tr*-������������������  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  .   DESIGN*  OOPYRIOHTt ttO.  8 Anyone lOrnllng a Bkotcta unddet-orlptlqn may  nloklr Moertnln our opinion froo���������wh������thcr so  ;oni������triotlyoorill(lf,iWnl._HANDBOpKonPntont������  Titenu takon throuah Munn Aw. reotff<  rptiM notitt, without onnrtto. in too  Sciviiiitic American.  A  Ihandiom-aly llluiiriitol wookly.  I  ttlMlun or? ������fiMflroiiUBo lournr,, Vormi. 18 r*  BliVuffl't*?0!*! floiaiiy rail nowidiilBtj.  Brruion Offloo, m F tt, W-aihlaglon, 11,0.  I.nrBoit.oIr'  Vormi.Uk  owidoalerri.  LAND AOT NOTIOE.  District of Now Westminster, Land  Distriot, Const No. I.  TAKE NOTIOE that tho MoLnuglin  Lumbor Company, Limited, of Vivnoou-  vor, B.C.. Lumbermen, iotood to npply  fnr fiflrminnlon to purchase the followiuff  rlARorihed limdr.���������GomniHDoiPKiit n pout  planted nbout 20 ohnlns distant, nnd in a  northeasterly dirnotton trom the hend of  Turnbull Core, nbout the line ot high  wator mark, being the southwest oornor,  tbenoe norm .0 obtuuia* tiieuott ohm. iQ  ohains, thenoe south 20 ohains, thenoe  along tbe shoro 20 ohnins to point of  oommenoement. aud containing W acres  more or loss.  The Mclaughlin lumber oo. Ltd.  Dated at Vanoouver thin 14th Hay ot  September, TW������7  Advertise in the NEWS.  COAL PROSPECTING LICENCES  Douglas Pine Miniuja* Co.  Douglas Piue Mining Co.  Donglas l'ine Mining Co.  McKinmn John MoL.  McKiunon John McL.  I MoKmnon John McL.  DeBeck George Ward  Cullen James  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  days after date that I intond to apply to  the Hon Chief Commisaioner of Lands  and Works for a licence to prospect for  coal and petroleum on the following described lands situate in Nelson District:-  Commencmg at a post planted on the  North boundary of Section one. (1) Nelson District about ten chains West of the  North East corner thereof thence North  (80) eighty chains thence West (80) eighty chains, thence South (80) eighty chains  thence East (80) chains to point of commencement and   containing   640 acres  Located 30th September, 1907. '  Joseph Hunter.  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  days after date I intend to apply to the  Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum on the lollowing described  lands situate in Nelson,Destrict;-  Commencing at a post planted at the  North boundary of Section one (1) Nelson District about ten.chains West ofthe  North East corner thereof, thence North  eighty (80) chains, tnence East eij-bty (80  .idiatris,jjbfin__^  thence West Eighty (80) chains, to the  point of commencement and containing  640 acres. ,  Located 30th September, 1907.  A. G. .King, Jnr.  ... Joseph Hunter,.  Agent.  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  days after date I intend to apply to the  Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum on the following described  lands situated 111 Nelson District;-  , Commencing at a post plumed eighty  (80) chains ��������� East of- the Noi;th. East  corner of* Section one' (1)  Nelson District thence South eighty (8q)  chains, thence West eighty (80) chains,  to the South East corner of Section one  (1) Nelson District, thence North eighty  (80) chains along the East boundary of  Section one (1) thence East eighty (80)  chains to the point of commencement  and containing 640 acres.  Located ist October, 1907.  Francis D, Little  Joseph Hunter.  A6ent.,  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  days after date I intend to apply to the  Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum on the following described  lands situate in Nelson Districts-  Commencing at a post planted eighty  (80) chains East ofthe North East cor*  ner of Section one (1) N eleon District,  thence East Forty (40) chains more or  lets to the West boundary of Section two  (3) Nelson District thence South eighty  (80) chains, thence West Forty (40)  chains more or lew, thenco North ciyhty  (80) chains to point of commencement  tnd containing 330 acrei more or less,  Located ist October, 1907.  OlircrG. Harbe)),  Joseph Hunter,  Agent.  Notice is hereby given that tnirty (30)  ���������J..>;> ������tt)c( date I ir.'.cr-d t" ^P1.' ������" <hm  lion biit-f Cuw.������)i.sinner of Lnnds -md  Works for a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum on the following describ  ed lands situate in Neloon District:-  Commencing *tt a pr������t nlantprl nhout  (70) chains East of tho North East corner of Section one Nelson Distnct.thence  North eighty (80) chains, thence East to  the sea shore about Twenty-live [a.]  chains more or less, thence the sea  shore in a South Easterly direction to thc North Weit corner of Serficn  two (3^ N<!|ion District, thence South a-  bout twenty-two (22) chains more ut less  thence West Filty (50) chains more 01  left to the point of commencement and  DouRlas Pine Lot 271   \  Gold Exchange Lot 272  Cone Fraction Lot 273  Theodesia. Lot 1881 Gt ���������  Silvor-King.Lot-1832GI   .  Blue Jacket Lot 1838 GI  Coppfcr Chief Lot 183-1 GI  Copper King Lot 1835 GI  8 8.00  3.75  .75  11.26  11.25  10.00  11.50  11.50  $2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2,00  2.00  2.00  2.00  310.00  5.75  275  13.25  13.25  12.00  13.50  13.50  Dated at Cumberland, B.C. 28th. September, 1907,  JOHN BAIRD, Deputy Assessor,  Oomox Assessment District,  , Cumberland Post Office  '���������-"'#-" "'������������������������������������  containing 320 acres more or less.  Loojted ist October, 1907.  Chare-. B. Innes,  Joseph Hunter,  0 Agent.  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  days after date I intend to apply to the  Hon Chief Commis ;iotipr of Lands and  Works for a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum oh the following described  lands situate in Nelson Dictrict;-  Commencing at a post planted at the  South Boundary of Lot 2 A Nelson District about Fiity (50) chains more or less  East of the Souih West coiner thereof  thence North Foity (40) chain** more or  le:,s to the South boundary of Section  one Nelson District, thence West Fifty  (50) cha;ns more or leis to the West  boundary of said Lot 2 A thence South  Forty (40) chains more or less to the  South-VVesl'Cornerof-said-Lot'-2 Athence-  East Fiity (50) chains more or less to the  point of commencement and containing  200 acrer. more or less.  -  C. I. Loat,  Joseph Hunter,  \    Locaied 301I1 Sepi.ember, 1907.  1 Notice is hereby given that thirty (30)  days auer daie I intend to apply to jM  Hon, Chief Commissioner of Lends and  Works for a licence topro-ipect for coat  ana petroleum en the following described  lands in-Nelson Districtj-  , Commencing ac a post planted on the  Souih boundary of Lot 2 A Nelson District about Fifty (50) chains more or less  East to the Soulh West corner thereof  thence North Forty (40) chains more or  less to the South boundary of Section one?  Nelson District thence East eighty (80)  chains, thence South Forty [40] chains  more   or   less   to   the   said    South  | boundary of Lot 2 A thence West eighty (80) chains'to the point of commencement and coutaining'320 acres more or  less.- \   ,;: .'-."-;  Located 30th September;-1967.  Douglas D. Muii,  Joseph Hunter,  . Agent.  Notice is hereby given that^hirty (30)  days after date I intend to apply to the  Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum on the following described  lands situate in Nelson District;-  Commencing at a post planted on the  South boundary of Lot 2 A Nelsou District Forty (40) chains more or less South  ofthe South West corner of Sect.on two  (2) Nelson District thence North Forty  (40) chains more, or less to the South  _Wes_t_corner of Section two (2) Nelson  District thence West eIghty~(To7"chaTnT  thence South Forty (40) chains more or  less to thc South boundary of said Lot 2  A thence lollowing said South boundary  of said Lot 2 A East eighty (80) chains  to. the point of ccinimen..ement and, containing 320 acres.  Located 30th September, 1907.  ��������� W. D. Mackmosh,  Joseph Hunter,  Agent.  Notice i������ hereby given that Thirty [30]  days after date 1 intend to apply to the  Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum on the following described lands situate in Nelson District.  Commencing at a post planted at the  South boundary of Lot 2 A Nelson District Forty [40] chains more or less South  of the South West corner of Section two  Nelson District, thence No'rth*ForTy (40)  chains more or less to the South Wtist  corner of Section two Nelson District  thence East eighty (80) chains to the sea  shore, thence following the sea shore in  a South;; Easterly direction to the South  East corner of Lot 2 A Nelson District  nVnce following the South boundary of  said Lot 2 A West about one hundred  (100) chains to the point of commencement and containing 400 acres more or  less.  Located 30th September, 1907.  H. Maurice Mills,  Joseph Hunter,  Agent,  BULBS  rFrom="Frdncer "H olland^na"  Japan.  seeds Trees  Plants  For Fall.'Planting  Reliable varieties at reasonable  Prices.  fl������?"I'lease note that niy fruit trees, are  not grown  from   imported  piece   root  grafts, but are budded on own growth of  eelling, from bearing trees.  Fertilizers, Bee;;Supplies,Spray  Pumps,-'Spraying Material, Out  Flowers, etc,  M. J. HENRY  Greenhouses and P. Oa Ad  dress -'��������� 3010 Westminster Road.  WAT  !#.,-   '������������������ <���������*���������*���������,-'&&  ,    . 19.  fiJit$; of icofeli Wb.i@  JJ   *e*t,-f'\ A,.*  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole A������ents for 3 C THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  STORM FIEND AT WORK  CNGLAND   VISITED   BY   SEVERE  AND DEVASTATING SFORM.  Sudtfen Change From Spring Back to  Winter���������Land and Sea Casualties  ���������Due to Gale and Snow ��������� Coast  ^Strewn With Wrecks���������Entire King*  udom Swept From End to End���������Th������  Worst For Years.  From bright punny and springlike  weather, with the parks and gardens  |ay with snowdrops and crocuses,  England has this week been plunged  back to the depths of winter with one  of the worst and most devastating  storms ever experienced throughout  the United Kingdom.  Widespread havoc haa been caused  ���������on tho land, with a considerable number of casualties, while all round these  islands the coast is strewn with  wrecked and disabled vessels. Lifeboats everywhere have had a busy  time.  . ��������� The storm haa been accompanied  by heavy raina In some parts and by  blinding snow in others. Even London has witnessed another heavy  ���������snowfall, 'though not quite bo bad aa  ���������he last, when traffic was so seriously  interfered with.  ' The wind at one time reached a velocity estimated at from eighty to one  .hundred miles an hour, stripping < the  aroofs and tossing the chimney pots  about in ail directions. The entire  *oof of one building, carrying with it  a mass of brick coping, was thrown  into Fleet street and some people were  butt. It is marvellous how many escaped with only a fright; still more  marvellous nobody was killed.  The bank of the Barclay company  bad to be guarded by the police, owing to fear that the building would  totally collapse so badly was it damaged by the storm. The roof had  -crashed through the first floor with  tremendous force and two sides of the  tmilding are a total wreck, all the  -furniture being smashed.  Advertisement boardings were treat-  <ed like sheets of cardboard, plate  glass windows were blown inside the  shops with, of course, serious effects  mpon the goods.  _ A remarkable feature of the storm  -JiAitbjlJJLhaj^^ja^t touched^ one part of  the .country mereiy~T)uThas swept'the"  ���������entire United Kingdom north, south,  ���������east -and west. If the damage could  be reckoned up, it would be enormous; almost as bad as if an earthquake had been at work.  ���������*������ i      ������������������ ^������������������ mmi'mm *.'n' ���������     ',   'mm,* m,  KILLS A LARGE WILDCAT.  HEALTH NOTES FOR1    DEAD HERo honored.  AUGUST.  Hunter   Wins   Desperate   Encounter,  But  1s  8adly  Scratched.  Frank   Tuller,   employed   on   the  Edgewood estate of F. S. Pierson, is  a lucky man.   But his two dogs did  not bear charmed lives. They are victims of a fifty-pound wildcat, while  Tuller is nursing several scratches re-  .eeived in an encounter with the brute.  {  IRrw, Tuller did not think there waa  ���������~u.yfhings in the state that could tac*  Skle 'these dogs and get away with it.  "Bttt'ihe'hfld reckoned without his host.  A plain, > common, ordinary, every day  ���������wildcat would have been killed, but  ���������ithis was not ono of the garden variety. This was a "beaut."  Ho weigh**  -md UD pounds, and every ounce spelled  meitt.  *-'4T-hi.s 'the dogs had attempted to  tbite 'off more than they could chew,  nnfl before Tuller could spell "Jack  ���������Robinson" or any other old namo his  ���������j-kAb were in the "has-boons" class.  Then it waa up to Tuller, He had  lib gun with him, and at first it looked nn easy matter to carry out tho  -pen-oral plan of the dogs. But Mr.  Wildcat did not give his adversary  time to shoot.  With one pounce ho was on hia  man. Thon bogan the fight for life.  ilr.'Tullcr'hos seen thmts on tho stage.  tmd the horo always camo off victor-  Jons. Tt was this knowledge of the so*  quonco of events that kept his courtage screwed to tho sticking point.  For tho wildcat was doing nil sorts  to! thincs with hia clothes and his  *Mn, Now and then the paws would  apt a Uttlo deeper than tlio cutielo and  thero would como with thom a bit of  fleflh. ,    _    ,, .  Alter many minutes, each of which  Boemod an hour, tho hunter backed  ofl clear, aimed, and fired. Thon ho  took tho dead cat to his homo,  vrwin*."  ���������8 ll.������T**.a,  bttm nil Wis*.  "And you any 1 IiIh Ib tho first time  fori hnve over loved?"  "Yoa."  "Do yoti know what I think you  ere?"  ������������������U'nll   Wlifltr'  "t thlnlc you are a matrimonial  fnldr."���������UlovolniMl I'luln Dealer.  Trouble In tht B*ar Den.  Vn llnjlri���������-nii) you bring homo any-  :.:.-��������� ������" "���������"���������'  fu Unilu-Xot today.  Mu Un.lii-Vuu lossy brute! Ymi  promised im* liouoy every dny bof or.*  wo wow tiinrrfod, but now yon don't  nvoti provide n Ironr nvlng.���������Konwis  C\*v Tlmps.  ttenaor, Enough,  "No," he nalil; "I havo rwrer liron  ������blo to keep a doc"  "Anil wliy not?" It was his symna*  Uwtlc next door neighbor wbo ttiqu.i*t>tl.  Tbe man tunn-rd away to hide a tear.  "Onr ooott doesn't llko dogs," be bro-  kenly munnur**__--nouston ������������ost  August ta tho month of internal  catarrh. The mucous membranes, especially of the bowels,  are very liable to congestion,  causing summer complaint, and  catarrh of the bowels and other  -internal organs.���������Pe-ru-naisan.  excellent remedy for all these  conditions.  Unhappy Speech  "That speech was ill-advised," said  a legislator, referring to a colleague's  too outspoken address. "It reminds  me of a speech that a widow made  to her new husband on the honeymoon.  " 'Oh,' she sighed, throwing herself  into the man's arms, 'how happy  poor, dear James would be if he  could only know by what an agreeable gentleman he has been replaced.' "���������Philadelphia  Inquirer.  Very many persons die annually  from cholera and kindred summer  complaints, who might have been  saved if proper remedies hnd been  used. If attacked do not delay, in  getting a bottle of,, Dr. J. D. Kel-  logg's Dysentery Cordial, the medi*  cine that never fails to effect a cure.  Those who havo used it say it acts  promptly, and thoroughly subdues  the pain and disease.  A Corean hunter thtis describes the  difference between muzzle-loading  and breech-loading arms:  "Corean hunter meets tiger. Bang!  Wreough I , Dead hunter 1 Foreign  mnn meet tiger. Bang���������click���������-bang���������  click-���������bang!    Dead   tiger!"���������London  Shirts, resembling those now worn,  were in use in 1380.  Lithography was first used in 1708  by  Alois  Senefelder,  of Munich.  Tablet Unveiled to John Macdonnall,  Brock's   Gallant   Aide-de-Camp.  The unveiling of"a 'bronze memorial  tablet to the memory of LieUt.-Cbl. L.  John Macdonnell of Glengarry, Gen.  Brock's gallant aide-de-camp, at the  site of the old redan battery on the  face of Queenston Heights, was an  event which made the visit ���������"���������'  the 41st Regiment, Brockville Riftss,  to Niagara Falls. Ont., ever remembered. The regiment arrived on ft recent Saturday morning and marched  to Queenston'Park for breakfast. Thoy  afterwards took cars on the International Railway for Queenston Heights  Park. There, on the site of the old  battery which played such nn important part in the famous battle, the  Lundy's Lane Historical Society had  erected a memorial to the brave Macdonnell, but it had never been unveiled. This oeremonial was conducted by Mrs, Cruikshnnk. wife of Lieut.-  Col. and Brigadier Cruikshank, in the  presence of the visiting regiment, representatives of the Lundy's Lane  Historical Society, officers of other  military camps and many spectators.  When the'veil was drawn aside Mrs.  Fisched, wife of the Lieut-Col. commanding the 4lRt Regiment, marched  forward and on behalf of the Brockville Chapter, Daughters of the Empire, placed a, wreath of ivy and irn-  mortells upon it. The silver band of  the 41st Regiment played the British  and Canadian national anthems, and  Lieut.-Col. CruiKshank on behalf of  the Lundy's Lane Historical Society  presented the tablet to the publio, The  inscription on the memorial reads as  follows:     ,  "Site of Redan Battery; Near this  spr>< Lieut-Col. John .Macdonnell,  Attorney-General of Upper Canada,  was mortally wounded 12th of October. 18121"  The wreath which was laid upon  the memorial was subsequently removed to Macdorinell's Brockville monument, where it will be preserved.  They Listened to the Story.  After these ceremonies the visiting  troops assembled in front of the Brock  monument and listened to a talk on  the battle of Queenston Heights by  Lieut.-Col. Cruikshank, who undoubtedly knows more of the history of  the war on the frontier than any, other living man.  In the afternoon the officers of the  41st visited tbe battlefield of Lundy's  Lane, where Lieut.-Col. Cruikshank  "dgiivered-another-of-his-accurata^jo^l  entertaining historical military features. In connection jwith this visit  it was recalled that it was the light  company of the 41st Regiment of the  line, commanded by Capt. Clew,  which led the final charge up the hill  of blood and fire and wrested victory  from defeat on the night of July 25,  1814. The battlefield of Chippewa  and many other points of historical  interest were also visited by tho  Brockville soldiers.  REVENUE IS GOING UP.  Minard's   Liniment   Ourss   Garget  In Cows,  "Gracious!" exclaimed tho kind old  lady to the beggar, "are they the  best shoes you've got?"  "Why, lndy," replied the candid  beggar, "could yer imagine bettor  oncn fur dis bixnessp Every one o'  dom holeB means nickloH an' dimes  tor me."���������Philadelphia Pross.  Tho Guest (aftor dinner)���������Your  wifo in such a beautiful woman it's a  a wonder you're not jealous of her.  The Host���������Oh, I am! I novor invito nny mnn horo thnt any anno  woman would take n fancy to.���������TU*  Bits,  W.   N.   U.   No.   160  Finance Returns Show   Increase    of  Million Dollars a Month.  That the revenue of th^ Dominion  is going up at the rate of about a  million dollars a month is shown by  the latest return of the Finance Department.  The new fiscal year is still troublesome. The old year ended with June  30, but this was changed to March 31, ,  eo that the year which closed on that  date of 1007 is a nine months year.  For the fiscal year ending March 31  last the total revenue was $67,069,326.  compiled as follows!  Customs $,19,760,172  Excise  ...    11,805,413  PoBtofflco B.061.72S  Public works, including railways    8.&19,58.r*  Miscellaneous ...   4,502,428  The revenue during April, May and  June has been $23,233,208 nnd for purposes of comparison, by adding this to  the srjort fiscal year, the revenue for  the year ending June 30 would be $01.-  202,600,  For the year ending June 30, 1006,  the revenue was about $80,000,000, so  that during the past twelve months  there has boon an increase of over  eleven million dollars.  The expenditure for tho nine months  is $65,776,786, of which $51,542,101 l.������  on current revenue and 914,234,625 on  capital account, leaving n total sur*  pins of $2,102,540. Adding ft total ex*  rrtnditnre of $10,102,016 for April, May  nod June, there would bo a consol!���������  dated fund expenditure of $50,138,*  485 nnd capital account of $1-8.740,416.  or a total disburnomnnt for tho twelve  months of $75.87^.001. Thin leaves a  surplus of over $15,000.00(1,  Of tho $23,000,000 receipts for tn������  poat three monthR, nearly $15,000,000  Ir croditfld to customs, whllo during  tho twelve months custom* contribut*  id .".!::/< wrwinnn Thin la fust  nhtxtxt d mi bin iho total rovonuo rais-jd  by taxation ten yenrs ago.  Tho public debt stands at I250.GC-V  312 on Jiuv*- *) last, wliich in n A**-  crenso since Mny 31 last of $2,233.%  248.  a mrttHm *****  Montreal possesses one of tho mosV  ���������ttrioua froaka of naturo ovor hoard  et. It is & oolt fourteen month* old,  which haa a growth on its right fora  foot, just above the hoof, which is  hardly explainable. The growth haa  tho appearance of branches of trees,  imd already throe sprays have como  ami, em ot whioh is fourteen inches  tang, snd severs] others ore sprouting.  The qneerest part of the whole thing  is thai tbe oolt does not seem embarrassed by it at all, and move* about  quit* as freely as any otter ol hie  PUT THE  BLOOD  IN CONDITION  By tho Restorative Blood Forming Properties  of  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  It is weakness that causes most  of our sufferings���������weakness of the  heart, weakness of the stomach,  weakness of the liver, kidneys and  bowels. , ,  The result is feelings of languor  and depression, and impaired action  of the vital organs, headaches, indigestion, spells of dizziness and  weakness, sleeplessness, irritability,  and a general rundown condition of  the system.  Put the blood in good condition  by the use of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food,  and you have a foundation for health  to build on. Weakness and disease  will give way to new strength and  vigor, and langour and discouragement will yield to new hope and  happiness.  Mr. Fergus Conn, Lily Oak," Ont.,  writes:���������"As a result of the severe  winter and an atack of la grippe.  I was all run down this spring. I  soon improved very much by using  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. My appetite is better than it has been for  years, and though sixty years of a?e  I am' able to do a man's work on the  farm following a team. I believe  that I owe my good health to the  use of Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food."  Mrs Geo. Beattie, Carr's Brook, Colchester Co., N. S., writes:���������"Last  spring I was very much run down,  felt tired all the time and did not  seem to have life or energy enough  to do my work. Three boxes of Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food did me a world  of good and made work a p ensure to  me. I have not had occasion to use  any medicine since, and have recommended Dr. Chase's Nerve Food to  all my friends.  "We always keep Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills in the house to be  used for constipation, pains in the  back and stomach troubles."  By means of good blood only can  Nature make weak people strong,  and Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is composed of the most powerful blood-  forming elements known to medical  science. Every dose is bound to be  of some benefit to you; 50 cents a  box, at all dealers, or Edmanson,  Bates  & Co., Toronto.  Bananas  The highest known authority on  bananas, the golden treasure of the  tropics, is Edward W. Perry. Said  he: "Bananas pay their producer  nearly three times as much money  as potatoes are worth an acre; bring  the grower profits which are three  times the farm value ��������� of the chief  food crops of the United States, and  have paid gains equal to 5 per cent  per annum on $1,138 an acre for the  last twenty-five years. The crop, is  sold years ahead of production at  prices ensuring good profits." Mr.  Perry adds: "Bananas are by millions of people eaten green or ripe,  raw or cooked; are served in all ways  in which apples, grains and potatoes  are used, and are palatable, healthful and nutritious in every wav in  -which���������-they__.are___������rjr_a__jd;_ They  make excellent bread, cakes and pies,  puddings, confectionery and coffee  substitutes; yield brandy, beer, vinegar, sugar, oil and fibres. They are  bought as a luxury by millions who  may use them as a staple food. Yet  they may be grown profitably in a  small area only; therefore banana  culture affords a perfectly safe and  gainful use of time and money."���������  New York Press.  Ether a Festive Drink in Russia  The habit of ether drinking is extremely prevalent in some parts of  Russia, as of East Prussia, and all  the efforts of the authorities to  combat the evil have hitherto be^n  almost fruitless.  ��������� An idea of the extent to which tlie  Spinning wheels came to the rescue of women in 1530.  habit prevails may be gathered from  reports given in the Russian newspapers of a recent accident which  occurred at a place called Trossno.  Ether is drunk^by farmers on festive!,  occasions, when it appears to be,  consumed in pailfuls. A farmer eel-*  ebratiric-, his son's*- v. ���������<A'-,.,. ti .,ne fulness of his hospitality ,g6t in two  pails, of ether. During the process  of decanting tho ether into bottles a  violent explosion took place, by  which six children were killed and  "one"adult-w������s-darigerously_arjd_f^iri_  teen others more or less severely *n-  jiired.���������Family Doctor.  "George,  the cook has gone."  "Let her go.   I never liked her."  "But she took all my currant jelly ���������  arid both my best tablecloths."  "Oh, let her go."  "And she carried off the recipe to-  waffles vou like so well."  "What's that!   Which way did she  go?  Why didn't you call the police?"  ���������Cleveland  Plaindealer.  THE RECORD  ADMIRAL  FURNACE  fills the demand fora furnace possessing the largest amount of grate surface in proportion to the  diameter or the top of the  fire pot. It possesses all  the advantages of a return flue construction.  The "Admiral" has  the largest ash pit of any  furnace on the market,  thus permitting the free removal oE ashes.  Wood or coal mav be burned in the "Admiral'furnace.  Write Ior Catalogue   109  THEREC0WF0UHDRY6MACHIKEC0.  llbundneeat MONCTON. H.B 6 MONTREAL. RQ.i  Sslsi^rancHessnSoNOTON^  RONTO, ONT.;  WINNIPEG,  MAN,;    CALGARY,   ALTA.    snd  VANCOUVER, B.C.  A  JOY  TO  JADED   PALATES���������  A   BOON  TO   BILIOUS LIVERS  SHREDDED  snd strswbsrriss. The  porous shreds tsks up  ths fruit Juices holding  the delicious aroms of  th������ hurry. Wholesoms.  sppetiting. strengthening  WHEAT  BISCUIT for Brtskfstt   TRISCUIT for Tesst.  AU Oreesrs.   tie e Csrton; 2 for Mc. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, % BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ������������������fi  lolly Evans and Jacly viiit JapRMib Si*g^  ������,���������������)���������!, Wtitr.  ���������  tfer/sr cfees o/ptTiAS^^e *7jopra*7c^ Me &&&  G&ye af/ff&p f/afieS  fas cfeer #/////&���������  V/7o Cgtsf/** #/o/a.  JDear Boys and Girls:  OF COURSE, you know that the  capital city of Japan is Tokio.  But just as Philadelphia and  New York in turn were the capital cities of the United States, before  the city of Washington was built, so  Japan had two capital cities before Tokio attained the distinction she now enjoys. One was Kioto, and the other and  more ancient capital was Nara.  Jacky and his auntie saved these interesting cities for the last of their programme, and by the time they were  ready ., to take the trip the autumn  weather had become a trifle sharp. So  they took care to have steamer rugs  nnd heayy wraps with them on the night  train from Tokio. They might have tried  the sleeping compartment car, but they  decided to cast in their lot with the people who slept on their seats in the ordinary carriages.  This plan appeared to suit Jacky most  excellently; he rolled himself up in a  rug and started at once on a ten-hour  excursion to the land of_ Nod. But his  auntie more than once regretted that  she had not made different arrangements. To one side of her was a Japa-  "nese-marimffljcted-with-a-terrible-co'jgh,���������  To the other was a Japanese who filled  the carriage with snorts and snores!  QUEEB BUSINESS SIGNS  Still, Polly Evans managed to get  ^through the night with some degree of  comfort, For she had at least one  great consolation���������the hot-water boys at  all the stations, Ah, if only America  had them! Past your window came boys  Jaden with trays,' some provided with  Japanese bet-to (rice lunch); others with  sandwiches a la American; and still  others with cunning earthen . teapots  rilled with weak tea or boiling hot water. You may have a' whole teapot filled  with tea or water, or a cup to drink out  of, all for the huge sum of 3 cents! The  train moves on, and you drink your hot  water at your leisure. If you wish to  take your teapot and eup home as souvenirs, very well. Or you may ileave  them under your seat for the "boy" to  remove when he cleans the carriage,  Arrived In Kioto, Jacky and his auntie  chose a 'rickshaw and went to their hotel by a route which took them through  a number of interesting streets,  "See, Jacky," cried his auntie, "here's  a good sign for you to write down,"  Jacky looked, and this is what he  saw;  '   "Head Shop for Unpasteurized Sapporo  Beer."  One long, zigzag street followed the  course of a long, zigzag canal, and at  various points the latter was crossed by  means of queer footbridges, with stops  up and down���������reminding one very much  of a Dutch city.  Out of the many, many places of interest which are to be seen In Kioto,  Jacky and his auntie selected about a  dozen which they were particularly anxious to seo. First, tho castle of the  ancient Tokugowa Shoguns, who for so  many centuries usurped the real power  of the Emperor���������Nljo Castle.  Our special'permit, obtained through  tho courtesy of the American Mlnlstor,  was presented at tho ancient and Inter*  eating gateway, and an old man, with a  very dignified but courteous manner,  took us In tow and conducted us first  through the grounds, then through tho  castle Itself, at thc entrance to which we  tarried to remove our shoos and put on  soft slippers.  Oh. the magnificence  of  tho apart*  ,\\m$*  "You old slow coach,"  Did Mistress Puss  To ancient Tabby cry,  "You think you'll get that nice cream  first |  ITTLE  BILLY   was  lost.  Nurse thought  mother was reading Bible stories to  hire, as she did  every Sunday afternoon; while mother, who was lying  down, fancied her  3-year-old son was  in the kitchen helping cook get dinner.  It was not until  nurse Mary called  Billy to dress him  for the evening,  and ho did not answer, that any one  really began'to  worry.  Now, Billy was a  v e r y mischievous  little fellow, and at  first nurse thought  he was only up to some of his pranks.  She ran to the balcony where a few days  before he had been found trying to  climb down the grape arbor, but Billy  was not there. Nor was he to be found  ln the play room, nor tearing-out the  Christmas toys in the attic closet.  Indeed, it soon was evident that Billy  was not in the house or yard.  Nor had any of the neighbors seen  him. ���������������������������'���������-  His chum, next door, who was Billy's  companidn in keeping the neighborhood  stirred up, was sitting oh the step in  all the misery of his Sunday clothes and  good behavior.  "No," Ted said, "Bill ain't here. The  last time I saw him he was goin' ln  to get a peach for him and me, but he  ain't come back. Maybe he's lost! Maybe the gypsies have stolen him." And  Ted grinned in pleasurable excitement.  "Oh, Ted, how can you suggest such  dreadful things?" said Mrs., Taylor,  Billy's mother. "He can't be lost! Why,  he was here only an hour ago."  But Billy was lost, as the family soon  learned to their horror. ',  Such a scurrying time followed!  Father went up street and nurse down.  Billy's sisters  and  brother  flew  from  house to house, asking, "Have you seen  Billy anywhere?  He's lost!"  But-no one had.  As for mother, who was too sick to  '*>>������ the search, she was so {Tightened  *������ho eould only pray that nothing might  Ah.ppen to her little son.  .'  For two long hours Billy could not be  found.  ���������.  At last, as father was walking down to  the Mayor's office, to ask the police to  /help hunt, he heard a little voice call  '"Papa."  There was Billy carrying a big cane  'and holding the hand of one of Uncle  Jack's filends.  \  Such a jlirty Billy as he was; and, oh,  'how tired!   His long light curls, which  mother hated to cut, were a tangled*  mass; his Scotch cap had fallen, down,  an his neck; his white kilt suit was  torn and draggled. As for bis face, tt;  was so streaked and grimy one could  scarcely tell there was a little, white boy-;  underneath.  "Why, Billy Taylor! where, have yo**.  been?" cried papa. "You have worried),  your mqther terribly." , _  "I was just takin' a walk," replied'  Billy, "and this gemplemun said tied,  take one too, if I'd let him come along,,  so I said he might.  The gentleman laughed.  "Mr. Taylor, I saw this young maiv  down at the railroad station about ta.  climb a freight car to be a brakematu  As he seemed rather young for ms job.  I Investigated and recognized him from,  this cane of his Uncle Jack's. Wo ara:.  taking a stroll now to Hnd some ice.,  cream.   Won't you join us?"  "No, I thank you, and I fear Billy-  must do without his ice cream, as hia.  mother is terribly worried. Thank thle,  kind friend, Billy, for bringing you,  home when you were lost."  "Why, Father Taylor, I wasn't lost  a bit! I was just takin' a walk and then,  I went to see the dars."      _   .  "All   right.   Billy,   only   don't, do  It  again.   Your mother and I thought you.  were lost, oven if you were not���������and wo  cannot spare our boy just yet.   Come,  now, run along and tell mother you are-,  found.   Excuse me, you were not lost!  Well, just fly home and shout, 'Here I  um,' mother!'    She willthlnk that the-  finest news she ever heard."  ''���������-'   ���������������������������;.'/        . .  ments through which our guide led the     farms.   It was rice harvesting time and  way!    Every square inch of wall and     for  miles and miles    we  saw  nothing  ceiling was literally covered with rare     scarcely but  long rows of  poles from  rtna-^imin-g^aTffd-Mrvln_B=th-e-work'Of���������whIch_hung���������sheaves_of���������r_ice_to. _a_y__r_,  hundreds,  perhaps thousands, of men,        |t���������������jt we ar_,yea ,_ Nara_the clty  {Paper TJree F  When Billy Was Found  A YOUNG FINANCIER  for no one knows how many, many  years.  Coming into one large apartment  Jacky caught sight of a piece of furniture! (Otherwise the apartments were  all bare of furniture.) It has a large  bronze stork -resting on a raised platform. Polly Evans remembered, then,  the story she had heard.  "You haven't forgotten, have you,  Jacky," she asked, "what 1 read you  about these Tokugawa Shoguns-ipow for  the safe keeping of their rich treasure  .they devised a stork made of heavy  bronze but all hollow inside, and in it  they stored their valuables? Don't you  see how no one would suspect that a  bronze work of art like that would be  used for such a purpose?"  "That's so; I wouldn't ever dream  such a thing," said Jacky.  From Nijo Castle the next visit was to  the Empress Dowager's beautiful garden,  which happened to be open to visitors  for the flrst time in fifteen or twenty  years, so lt promised to be a rare treat,  and it indeed proved to be very well  worth a visit, with its charming lake,  cobble-paved banks and picturesque  bridges, charming paths and ancient  forest trees,  A couple of days were spent visiting  the \makors of Satsuma ware, Cloisonne  ware and Damascene ware.  f?y  COURTESY EVERYWHERE  of memories!���������once with a population  of 250,000, now only a tenth of that size;  once the seat of Nippon's imperial family, now the abiding place of Buddhist  priests and ancient idols and sacred  deer!  Scarcely a square from the station,  in the heart of the business section of  the city, what should come trotting  calmly up to uo but .two handsome  deer! a<-;  -.  "Look, look, auntie!" called Jacky,  "Did <you ever see anything to beat  this?'/  WOKHIP AT THE GRAVE  We bought half a cent's worth of bean  cakes, which the deer ate greedily out  of our hands. This was our first experience with the deer of Nara, Later,  when we found the hills, the paths anfl  ihe Temple grounds fairly, swarming  with them; when we had all we could do  to keep the sacred animals from robbing  us of anything eatable which we might  happen to be carrying, we decided that  they were not quite so delightful after  all.  "In fact," confessed Jacky, "I've seen  all the deer I want to see."  "Then," said the friend who was showing us around, "perhaps you will sympathize with the poor fellow whose  grave I shall now show ^you;  "This poor man one day sat down under this tree to rest from his morning's  work and eat the luncheon he had  brought with him. But no sooner did  the deer catch sight ot It than they began to crowd around him and try to get  a nibble at lt, You know how hard  they can push and how they must have  annoyed this hungry man. Well, presently he lost patience, and picking up a  small stono he threw it at one of the  deer and unfortunately killed it. Alnsl  for the poor man,,for the doer were hold  sacred, and to kill one meant death for ���������  the murderer.  "So the people stoned tho man then and  there, and here undor this pile of stones  he lies. But the people later quite  changed thoir minds about the poor fellow, and they sot up a stono in front ot  the grave, and here they eome to worship for the good of his soul,"  "H'ml ho paid dearly for that deer,"  commented Jacky.  POLLY EVANS.  ivr  ���������ANY girls enjoy making paper  dolls' bouses out of boxes, and today Polly Evans will tell you how  to make cunning trees, to have your  house in a nice shady grove.  Fold in two, lengthwise, a place of  green paper about four inches wide and  fourteen inches long. Cut this paper  very   regularly   through   the   fold   as  Fig.  S. Fig.  1.  shown in figure 1, making a sort of paper  comb. ���������' ,     .  ���������  .  Then roll the band between the thumb  and finger as in figure,. 2 until the cut  paper forms a large mass. When lt is  as tight as lt will go, fasten together  the tube part with a little paste, and  make the paper puff out by running the  finger between each strip or paper ring.  Stick the tube in the end of a flat mus-  OTJR-YEAR-OLD   James   was,    un-**  _     fortunately, very much of a coward..  j_���������K5WB__S_ He^was_afrai6^of-his-shad_ow.���������neyer*__  liked to be alone in the dark, and realty ~  suffered when he had to go anywhere,  alone.  This trait of his little son so worried-;  his father that he tried veiy hard to.  make the child overcome it.  One night Mr. Parsons said: "James,.  I will give you ten cents if you go up the*  front stairs and down the back by your-,  self."  At first James- demurred,.but Anally,  started off on a run, and in a very few-  minutes was in-the library once again.  ,"No, no, .James," said his father, "that,  will never? do. Brave boys don't run,  from the dark. Suppose you , try it-  again."  This time the child went more slowly,  though evidently much  frightened.  "Since father's boy* was so brave,"-  said Mr. Parsons, "here is a quarter-  for him." ,  Then, to test tho child, he pulled out a.  nickel, saying; "Jim, perhaps you would  rather have this money instead of the,  other." ���������  "All right." replied James, willingly  handing back his1 first reward.  "Why, James, dear," exclaimed his  mother, "don't you know twenty-live  cents is more than five?"  "Course I do," answered James, "but  I can spend tho five cents, and I'd have  Ha! ha! I'm far too spry;  Now, as you watch m* lap It up,  Don't fret your soul ln strife l  rU'ii.*iTil)������-t, tn Uu- youiiK belong  The good things of this life."  Our cards of Introduction Jmmedlate-  / brought us the most courteous attention everywhere that we went, First  we were conducted out of the rear entrance to the display rooms and through  the usual charming Japanese garden-  pine trees overhanging a pond in which  one catches glimpses of a gently playing fountain, of many rooks scattered  here and there and hundreds of well-fed  carp lasily onjoylng tho shady spotB-to  the workrooms, where we ware permitted to seo the men and women actually  at work producing the beginning of a  wonderful Satsuma vase or Cloisonne  teapot or Damascene watohense.  Everything was so wonderful that  Jaoky's eyes were like saucers those  days!  But wo must leave Kioto, for thoro is  very little space left to toll of tho trip  from Kioto to Nara, taking us through  beautiful tea plantations and fine rice  *<**+***1******4*>^^  To Apply Insertion   *  Wa ARE beginning to make up  our pretty summer goods, if  wa are wise, and probably wo  will be using a good deal of lace insertion. A quick, neat, easy way to ap-  ��������� ply It is a* follows: Stitch tho insertion to the material on both sides without cutting goods. Whon this is done,  ' turn and silt the material down through  the middle, being careful not to out the  Jaco.   Turn back close to the stitching  2?������,pre_!..do_wn *'���������?M������ ������.r \.Mt*> ���������< netjes-  ���������?,rA. st'tc>*. "pain right over first  ���������tltchlng, and thon trim away material  close. Bome very neat people hem  down this material instead of cutting it  *>i**n**, but, wbnn t*,r\t*b*d th* garment  does, not look nearly so hoat ss wain  cut Lioin:, ami lu nu mui. a.-.ut\.  Beat Results From Whalebur,v  V N this uay of many Imitations gonu-  J   lne wholebono is by no means in  *    coainjoa., uw, .2.0 tfaUc.luie, .w*.  t, er, ls quito so durable or so satisfactory. To get the bost results the bont  should bt out into the requirod length!  ond soaked for an hour before using.  It will then bt pliable and em* ben*  dled, and If the ends art shaved with e  sharp knifo they can be forced into tht  casing tn a way to mean perfect smooth-  ness, while tht ends will show no ugty  mark ana oan be quite easily sewed Tn-  ( to position,   bt   Via  needle  will  pass  J .through tht boc* without resistance.  jpras  But Mistress Puss  Hnd yot to iind  That thore ls many & slip  To make tho fiillost cup go dry  B'ar It has reached tho Up.  to put tho quarter in my bank!'  A HIGHER OPINION   ]  MOTHER, mayn't I  have a dog?"  pleaded 6-year-old Anna D���������.  , '!No, dear, mother cannot lot you,  have a dog.  There is no room for one '  in a city."  "Thon, mother, can't I have a pretty -  HUlo kitten?   Please sny yen!"  "I'm afraid not, Annn, for klttons  ofton bring disease to littlo girls,"  The next day Anna's, mother took hor ���������  to tho doctor's. ;  "Doctor," said tho.ohlld, "my mothor <  won't lot me havo n .kittle.' Sho Bays.  thoy aro not healthy. Won't you Iot mo,  havo ono?"  "Woll, I would not have ono, Annn, if'  I woro you.   Kittens breed disease.   I  havo a, little girt now sick with diphtheria, nnd her mnmmii thinks slio got  it from hor kitten."  That evening whon Anna, muoh dis*  gustod, told hor fathor of tho doctor's  opinion, who nsked; "Father, do you  think a specialist would miy that?"  VERY LITERAL  i  /  ONE day In sohool Miss Mai-gnree  gavo hor pupils a cylinder to,  t draw. Bolting It high above thom  so thoy could got a lesson in perspective.  Whon tho drawings were finished, Mist'*  Margaret found on small -Valentino'* pu*  por a tioatly drawn cylinder, but bo������  noath It a romarkuble looking objoot o(  scratchy lines resembling a centipede.  ' .     .. _      ��������� "Why,   yalpnilnu,"  rf-menntraiod  hit  tard cork in which a hole has been cut,    teacher, "how could you spoil thnt nice  or you can uso a largo spool. drAw.'"K uy.all thoso ugly marks?"  Paint the tubo brown for the trunk      "Woll, Miss Margaret,1' answorod thfl(  "Hot hof" grinned anoint Tabby;  "My sputtering pussy, learn,  Though to the young should go "fe't  cream, ,  Tht tables sometimes turn!"       ���������*  of tho treo, and If you llko, you nan color  tho cork to mnko it look llko one of the  groat standnrds in which evergreen trees  are now often set,  Hy making tho paper larger or smaller  IwU .:'.;. h:'.���������"���������'��������� ^Ig iror-n nr Hm* ���������r-.pltniM.  A VERY GOOD REASON  GRACK'S sister had just told hor tht  moon was made of green qbnoao,  Muoh oxeltod, tho littlo girl ran  to hor grandfather to dlsoovir tho truth  v, ll.'.:, ;.: ta! menl, ft*r SI "I or Iti*** wns  a groat tonso. . .  "Grandfather," sho asked, "Is the  moon really, truly made of greon  choeso?"  "My dear," replied gmndfather, "look  It up for yourself in the flrst chapter of  Otinosls, and thon toll tno whnt you  think about It?"  Before long. Omen enme rushing back.  "Of court*. It isn't, grandfather. I-icts  was just telling n naughty ���������tory, bo*  eitunu the cow* weren't made till after  the moon."  child reproachfully, "yon told mo to  draw the cylinder above the level ot tho  eye���������and that's tho oyol"  Mary's Excuse.  Three-year-old Mary one morning at  thu table Uut hu V.HU l...i<l <nvr Jicr  glnss of wator to tnke a drink.  ''Why, Mary, dear," suld mother,  "what are you doing? Don't you kn'm  polite little girls always lift thoir glosses  to drink, and do not lap up the water  like a bow-wow or pussy int'.'  ... tionan mm, muilm, but nn auni..ii*t  tho fulness out." *  Botter Than Fancy Work..  ''Mother." taid little Susanna, "out  Mary and Sally and I go out In tht  boat nnd take a book to rend?"  "Why, ye*, dear," replied her mothor,  "but If 1 wore yoti I'd Uiko r*..im. fancy  "Mother, we are going to tako somt)  noodles and take splinter* out uf our  f*������tl"  ______ Local Items.  Mr. A. IVfcKinnon has severed  %is connectiqt.s with   Big Store.  Mr. Harrison has admitted to  his law firrti a junior partner,  Mr. R, Grant uf Messrs Graut  md Mouuce informs .us that at  saw-mill all hands are working  time and a quarter each <tay there  is such a demand for lumber; and  several orders have lately been  refused.  ���������Summer weather in October,  with the thermometer registering  Summer heat at u a. m. is ihe  climate that makes people smile  these days, especially when the  residents of Cumberland read of  the ct44^wd frost in the sister  provinces to the et-r-st,  ���������"" -mwim ���������*****, ,.   ,,  An account of the Farmers'  Institute held iu Courtenay will  appear i������ next issue. We tender  our apologies to the secretary for  its non-appearance tlijs week..  ,r JLjtx^S AU1   j...-\.\mr it. .   *       ���������''.''  Fo-fm ������f Notice'  Victoria Land District,  District of Ruivrt.  T.l^. Ni������\Y 3, C_U3i^KKLA������lD!-- MULISH' COLOMBIA.  _*V t  _, *. -  The Karl and Countess of  Stradbroke, and Mr. W* PI.  Bromley who have been touring  the' district registered at the Cum  fcerland Hotel on -Saturday, after  ������oou and left Sunday morning for  Nanaijnp.  The Youug Britains are giving their annual ball on Hollow  Eve. They proinise a grand time'  Thursday,   October  31st .has  rjiair^^n^F^ideas^l^h^lJs^iv"-  -    -     - * . O ���������  j������g Day,  ��������� ��������� rMr. and Mrs. Neil McFadyen  visited the 4-'sair at New*. Westminster, .. .; ;v  The advertisement of Mr Eli  Ferguson, the new blaeksini th of  Courtenay, willappear next issue  Mr. Austin Hugo, who has had  ti trip to Victoria has returned a-  Jone.  Haster.Paniel. Banuerman who  took advantage of the competition offered iq these columns ot a  watch for- the person securing the  most subscribers to the Cumberland News, is now the proud  possessor of a handsome watch  and chain presented by Stoddart  the jeweller, Dan has secured a  better bargain than he thong lit  for and feels , amply repaid for  the number of subscribers secured and is ready for another competition especially could he run a  cross another such'bargain.  TAKri -NOTICE tlmt lUdiind Winslow  Dt*rii!|,r of <- 'iitn.-n- Y liiey, S'iiu- <>i Oru*.*. m  Unit**.! S'aien ol' Ain-'-icti. Tii**b-*r Ci 'User, intends U> ripp y for rt ftpe-ehd timber  lioeneo over tlio i'oliuwiu^ di-soiii vd hinds  sitmited in itupert Ditriel, Vancouver  Islaud, viz:  No. T.   CoimnencinK nt n t-iwt  plnnted ,  40 chaiDB ������vi...st "f tho South VV< st Oc.rn- j  or of dt 30o Sry-a. nr.i D-strica una' nbout !  'da chains north  of r.n ui.ki'ov.n Oicri.- ;  marked    R llano     Wiiiiil.-v     I'lsrin-i-'s  North    Emit,    Cone'     th.M.eo    Bout.li  80     chain .    t!n'ii.'t*   Y,'e>-t    80    chainw  tlience Noi tli SO ohtiins .thoncr* .Kiust fcO  chains to  pluct* "f (*onimoncMii*.,nt nod  On ,tnini* g I'll) ncres ino*"o or- lows.  Located 10th -September, hlO'i.  No. '2, Clomm'-iic-nii:- ut a post planted  about 40 ch im West of tho S.mlh West  coruer of j-.i X . ������������������������������������'��������� A,-ywarrj District  a1.daboat.111 i- iiiin-* No; 1 h from ,*m unknown C:.,u uiul murk..d ' H������ll'������nd  Wiiofilow L)ijiiu-'s S uih East Comer  ihence iVo'th bi) olidiua" tlieuco  Wniib 80 enaips .none. South 8C chainB  thence E. *������t ^O chun* lu pi oe of eorn-  raencem*-i.L ,,.ud containiug 0-10* acres  more or 1, s.-j.  Lipateu iOtb Sopiouiber, 1907.  No. S. <Ajmmt:.WYix at a.post planted  nbout ]'2(J uhhins West of the, South weyt  cornorof iot. N'o. 305. Saywurd pi.*i>.ns:  and about4Uci:ainn No.Lh of an unknown  Crack i.nd marked Roi,nud- Win-  blow i^trii.^'s Nortli Eas* Coiv.  ner tlience Soutli 80 chains Webt 80  North 80'.cha.us East 80 chaina' to'the  place of o -mnienceiaout containing 640  aorea more or It'sa-  Loqiited UUh Septpmberj 1 07.  No. 4. (Jominenoin-j. ut.ri-post planted a boat I-l) chaios west of the South  West comer of .lot 305 Shy ward District  and'a^out 40 chains North -of, an unknown Creek nnd marked Kolland  Winalow    Demy's   .������o.uth    East    cor  Local,, d 2'dUi Septtiu1 ei, I!k;7  No. 8. tiomiuemiii������ it a p fat planted  about2U0 chains Wt>q* and a bo ' _00  o-h.-iiiw South of the m utn .1 th. *m uth  West comer of Jut W Si\ v. uu Dntuct  sud mark*! ll, '1 nd ^\ uislt w D r  ilia's Kortli \\ c-t comet  thenco-iOciiairsS'^it1  l'uicoIGO (buns  ������'fi.>t t.h'.-*nce-IO cliiob  iKiith thonce i u  c.iainR \vo.-,i to  pluc  oL toiunnnrmeul  cuntaijiii;;: (U0 iiciv   i on* oil.   ,  J.ioc-.tod '2'Jth Sipu in bor, II1-7  No. 0.   Om.oi.ei'cii-.i,' at n   i.ht pl.unied  tibout -00 uijains   weft't ai.d ab- ut. K>0  ch; ins south of tlie si.nib \ye.st coiner of  lut :}05 Suywaul  District, and   marked  .{o'latui    Wiuplow ���������    Dcrin^'ti     South  Kiiist.      corner       thonoo      west      id  cliains t,ho)itw itorlh  1.60 c'lrf.it.s   thence  <-Hi-:t *,!0 diaitia thonco s'-'Uh .Uio chain.-. t>  pi.,eo t.f i.-()inir.i-i'it'ci-..c!'o.- t-nd coi.taitiing '  ii*!|)..'ic'itcfi r.iore or Icsy.  Located 10th ^epu inbyr, 1907.  No. 10.    .'omnioucii!*,'at a po.-t planted about two huiidn.-d clianiK vest and  about 'J-itl chaina soutli of tht> tioutli-.vo.it  corner of lot 8Uf> Sayward .Dii.triet  nod  mari-itnl Kotland Wi i������iow DerinjjV North  West , corner  th ncc . noit h  4U   chaintj  tlience east 100 chains  theuce north 40  I cbains tLiuice Vest _;;U. eh;.;..j. ���������,,, }������������������,:���������... oi  3TLSZ& 7  ner tbenee 80 chains' NorW~^Tjience;  ������0 chaiiiH West thonce SO c*Uams  South* th mi co 80 chains gust to - place. pf:  Mr. John Matthews  is home  from a business trip to Vancou-  ^oimnoiicqiuect   coutaiuing ��������� Git)   acrts'-'  more or legs.  Located !.9th Septr inbei', 15)07.' -  No. 5. CjoiHme-icin tat u pont. planted  fibout 120 chainn xveni rind about 80 chains  south of the S West coraeroi'.lqfc ,'-J05 Sayward District aiid abi'iut lu'O chai.is Wost  of 34 Pf������ton Httrveyed lu-ud nnd We.stli(>e  of Section 80-post ���������be'ti{*. .tr,iu'ked. -.Rqi't  laud Win-low LVrii;g'n -N'ortli'.A\\-i*r.t  corner thonco ,Sotjth"B')' ebaih'.-i E-.:st ,8'0':  chains Nerth 80 ci.aius WcstiJOchainH't-o  plnce of commencement tuul oontaiuin,',*  04Q acrt'H mure or his ,  Locateii 19lh Sepiend)or, 1007.  No, 0.' C'rininen'oiny iit a pi-M nbout  120 chains Wont and about' 80 chains  South of tho South West oonior oi! lot  805 Sayward District and about W0 ohains  West of ,!,| pout ou Section 150 ot Burvoy-  od land and wost lino of Section 80 post'  boing mnrkod Kolland Whitlow Der-  Iuk'h North Wost corner thonco South  80 chaius tiiouoo worn 80 nhu|ufi thonco  Nortli 80 chiiinB tlience E,n8t 80 clmiuH to  place of commenoemont eontiiinin_* OdO  acres more or Icrs.,  Ljooatcd lOti Soptembor, 1007.  ���������No, 7, tloumioncing ut ajiost plantod  about -iili) chaina Went and 'Ml ohaius  South nf Houth Wost corno:.' of lot 1105  Sayward Diutriot and tmirrod 'flrii-  land Wiiml iw DoriiiK'H Houth W.ept  corner .henco Noith -10 chninn  thonce Eant 100 chaina thent-e Soulh 40  thonce We.-it I'll) nluiini. to plao ��������� of ivun-  mriiiceiaont cotitaininyiilO ncrcH mot-o or  Iobh.  commenc<.'ii]|JiHa*.d conCuininy WO ;aue8  WOeorieBti. ..     ������  Located ^.Oth geptembei, ly(,7.  No. il. Covumenoiiig at" a po;t pluat-  ed about 2iiu cuaina woiit mui aboub lGti  chinns south.or the boath wesi 00: ner of  lotooo Sayward ��������� District i.ttU ixiarb u  itodaud .-Win-skw Deriwg'a ., Kuirln  Ejiifc comer titehco , vvtst ao'  chains thenco,, sontb i0o thonce oi-Bt -Jo  oiiat-Cj tticuoo north l(5o cbains to -place oi.  coinmenpoutent andcotitaiuiny C-lo acres  iliOA! t)i-;ie.;-.*i'.  Ifboatoa Septembei' Ifltti, l'J07,  No. i������ 'Com'mei.eiug at a poat plant-,  ed abaut 2oo ii'aauia west and aljoUtSp.  cbaius'iiorth ot tbe south west c^rnerof  iot305 Sa_) ward' Pint-ficiand marked lioi-  ltiud Wiiaiow Dt-nny'.-i" -South West  corner iiicnco.; norih bo * Cliunit,  :oa.>t &-JL chaiuti hoatb Hu ' cliains "\Ve������t  00 obains to place oi: coinmencement oou-  tainiug (j-Jk> aprea. more or less. '���������'  bv'C.iteU Sepieiubef 10\h,- 1007,  abdiit,aoo elraias west'iiudalxiitt 80 chains  noj-inof -the Soutli west corner of Ioi yoo  Sny ward- Dintriot and' marked   iio.l;,ud  J- WbisloW '.-- Dcriuy'ti ' 'fcou'tu -' East  covAei"; tbeuce uoi-ili, .; .tio - o.ludnp  "we.it* 80 cbaihti south' 80 cbaii'iH.-e.'.st hu  cunihii 1.0'place of eoiuutoncoinoui coutiuti  ing, 1'iio1 acres more or Itbs.j, ,.'."  Ebo,.tod St-p.oipbcr lOiii, i9u7.'  .Paiodut Victoria S, (.J.Septombei' ?bih  rJo7. ','..''  Roi.bA.Nii' 'sV'jnsi.6w Dkiuno,  ��������� ��������� ��������� Onin-is -'Y������lu'y,  Oregon, U. S. A. ���������  Tun but- Oruiser.  ������milrrmiWA'mmt*r.-i-.'f^Mi.iii9ri^iK,nn-i,m,  a^wc.j.nvui  ver.  ' \  '���������''."'in 1������'i -ii"*  Mr. fiV McMillan of Crofton ar  rived on Saturday and jn staying  Juthe city a few days.  ttbam 'mtttyawmtwrnmrn.  Mayor  Willard has returned  from New Westminster fair.    <>---   Oil Friday next Mr. ind Mr*.  Charles *-**dgc������> will cckbiulc  the 35th anniversary of married  Wiss. Many invited guests will  Represent-  emaammmmmmmmaaw*^^*mmm^mmmmmm*mmmm  Nanaimo, Oct. 12���������Ludysmitli  hfti a naw paj)������r. ifiHiied t(������-day fin-t  timo. It is called the HtnndaH  imd will aprear Heini-wtukiy. Mi.  Hubert U, Iliiuluiftrslj awellkiiown  cttiscttn of Ludynmitli in mnnugor  and editor,  C. H TARBELL  MNM>'< *���������-*-������������������* pi-  ���������������.t������������l#*������*-V-*i'*i   * ���������*  **r.et*'>e*tvm*rrmma-mm  HIGH GRADESTOVES  An#'OIlKlTCHHN  UTBNSILS  Sportsmens Goods  \ General Hardware  ty mlj40������t0m*HrmwJ%A^  F0S'������!il of WotScc.  Vancouver Land District,  Districts of Sayward and Rupert!  TAKJfiWl'.^Kthutl, liolund Wins,'  lowDeritiK, of Unman Valley, State of (,)r-  CKCin, United Slaten nf AmeriCri, inleud to  tin ply for a Bpeciul timber Jioeneo ovor the  following dOHonbed lands situated in Say  ward aud Kupcrt .Uiutnolp, Vancouvoi'  Inland, via;���������  N������>. 1, t'onimoncin*,'at a pofil; planted  at tho kouMi oaat corner nf lot boo ;-uy--  ward District, nnd ���������������������������-���������irkod JtollantJ  Window JAirinH's North. ' lAtet  coi-uor thonoo i:uuth IGo chniiw  woHt'lorjlniiiiH north Uio oliaiiw bard <io  oliaiua to plnco of boj-inr.uitf conluiidnjf  Glo aci'o.i more or lcfip,  (..o.'"l..i| fS'*pb*i:iboriWUi, 1007.  Piltiul at Victoria, 1,1. C. Soptct'abor,2'Uh  1001,  Koi.unp Wi.vhi.ow Duuisti  (.'aiiuii* Vail.iy,  Orison, V.S.A.  Hopt. 17tli.  NOTIOE.  :^W"-  _L���������>  ���������?w? ~ -*a������}px*������  W x J <)\-*,vv-- wv^^  X^.,^     ^ ���������hi__~atr-*f^rA'**' '  '���������^V^Vx-^*  XFORD  The* Righr  Steel Plate  D r a 11 control���������perfect;������  ',JV draft control, that's one |  ^iT'-^ thing you'll like about \  this range.   Sped-1  ^,_zl\^_-A ally big fire door \  ^"^^m has an extra draft \  v������a slide at top.   In-1  VM side that slide |  ������J, there's a shield f|  ff -that carries the ���������  iij draft DOWNf  W under'the fire|  itf -and up again.  heat other  ranges  waste, W|4. THE GUKNEY FOUNDRY CO.,  gives an alwaya ample supply lI|t|k UnUted���������Toronto, Montreal  I of hot-water, ��������� mote economy ^%m Hamilton        Winnipeg  I and more convenience. You really v^^   Calgary     Vancouver  1 ought to see this range,���������it's     i&so handy in. every detail.  %_m*^M&sm^im^Mm^mmm^  ror Sale by Magnet Cash Store, Sole MM Agents.  <**  -i>  *&*���������  *$  ���������if'Firr . r*/tfr,u a  il er.JL>   8^1* ������ f63_  CfVV,-xL,Si),'AiA\M0  ."K:;HKKVK,.'5*i)8!)0,00O  f&&*i\ftik  Aamssn,   S*154*100,(XX)  Dbi'-.'.sits, ������32,400,000  ry*i-_it sews usn j���������**. ���������-���������  ,;-^.yii*-.<������<V**m  ���������.4i.'ru<.'urt^>yv*%*&*MdBi<VjrM������rwi_*cia  4*  I  The 'M'suiiig-yr. of the Royal Bank of Oanuda  ,     will lie pleased to serve those  wiio'  believe   ia  Savsjig     Money ;  ' .' "and:��������� placing it v.-here it will earn Interest  'Iiitere'sr Adde?l'Fo'tii',Times ,?i Year in Savings Bank.  iiv.^tsSltm^m'mi/Mai^X^UMnia^ ��������� *������*'-������������������W*aJ������MK������i  4r>  <t>  ������^e_ae:c������.,'������'.'ir,.ie._.'ita*r������Aj^  L^.&&&4M>4^Jk^  ��������� pl&fU^A-Vf^t&Sfr**?*<.������������������' U>-jfi������t3V***  Mercharit  LADIES' TA!L() 11-MADE OOSTl! MEBVA ' SPECIALTY  '"suits cnnt)B to 0F?D'eR r*nv     ���������  W ;AMY STYItK V-O'U.'OilSH,-   -.  % tmrnavu It'.agq^ ;v;.i. ���������rKtse .mi t . j..'-'.c- - - .-.^ .^i^ir-i a.h -. ^7r.t-.;^,'.-.t,^i^r;.-'TJ-Jv.*.--;"-^  CU M B ER LAN D,     .   '/'',-,  B.  C.  tnm'**'*x&'**-***^*'ie*'*J&*#*-mtiii-n*���������*%********_**** >\t������w������ *  (?.'������&&Xi't&&CiS'*iA$^^ i)<yA{*i&.i&i^  i*)  Ip  (;  IS)  in)  Ui)  Why? buy, a watch that'-is meant to sell.  When all Waltham Watches are time-keepers.  No matter what the -price-  Waltham Watches-as low as $6.oo.  P, S, Barl'lett 17 jewel Nickel IJio.oo,  Vanguard Model #20,00  TODDART.'tlii) Jeweler,  -*j  P  (a)  <.*)  ������  I  (*)  (ii  ������������������������������������������������0l������������'S���������K5)0'i\rvy  The t't'li-ndid IVrchornn ptnllion  "JUST- 41734"  (Ciaur, Ji.iy.   Weight, KSio.)  Recently purchased by the Co-,  mox Hoti������e Breeders' Association  from McLauj-.'lilin Bros., Columbus, O.,' will stand for service at  the stable oi'  .    B. Crawfoiu., Courtenay.  TerrrvK.   #7.J5 Insurnnoe  JlaroH Hml. from n iliHtiiiico vvilH.MiJ'wd  u'li riiii-il for ut r.aHoiniblo ralos till nuto  1 1  I Take notice tlmt Frank J. iiow-  j land bus cuuiied 1.0 havu any until*  j uiii^ iv net, nt, um Hguiit in auuioih i  ol liti' nr liro inHuranerr,  ur nnv  oilier mutter* whatsoever.  K. Ward ct Co, Lto.  m  !  Dominion  4*iotel  Vietopio, 13. C.  v-*) it-.ttv* t%*Mtmrm-mjnn*''  l*>  ''*>  <*>  CAMPBELL'S  m*im*%Mm<t'mmmm%ttm%nm*M  Jfr, H, Wickwire of Vnncom*  yer U iht gtt������st of Mr. W. Worti1  l BUTCHERSHOP. 4  A -.vow.'ill may conic .t >;ond ro.iM, out i.nt i. \A..- oii.,,^^..,^  A lo'in tn iv cniov ,i ij nod ro;v-;t, hut that's lo*-, bnsinr ���������-.*:,  Wc .-it'll koo.1 io,i;,l*> of beer, J.iiiib, ,i:kJ mutton, th.tt'., our bus.iuc.ssi,  Comox Co-operative Society,  .   ���������        F AiTKEN.Mannj5;or,-. f    ,.    _  X^f44*l^*e^494%0  Tho KfttcH are Jiowor than other  fii'Ht-clni-s. hotclH,   with   Accomodation Superior to many.  iiooms.vvilii or without bath,  Anu'i'ie.m linn   i*i.uv   io v2,."0.  4>TtJEKOVKES, TARTS,  omim~. I JAKES,  FKUJT SQUARES..  yZBvtri... ..per tittA,  I  (ill'iuAU PUFFS 30c doa.  At  European  plnn,   Kuouitf  only, 1 &  .50 to %[.fyll, per day.  i'Wd'Bus. *      ......  .,,.- .-. .'���������';.  MEAT PIES  fcivcry Sutuviiay  3 tor 2bc  immme:'-**w*t^m*f 4a*W4->*M*m  J  STEPHEN JONES.  ������*���������*���������* ������>* *...-������������������������*..,  im,  Bk RER'Y  ^^^^���������^^.t,^^.^^*^^,^^^! /  p  /  Till-: CUMBERLAND NKWS, CUM.URL \ND. li. C.   (LTQiiER, 10,1907.  LANJ)ACT.  Form cf Notice���������  Rupert Land District.  COAl. PHOSFKCTING L1CENCKS chains ; thonco .south 80 chains; in Comox District. deHeribcil  ������ x-~- thonce wost. B'U chains; theuce north as follows: Commencing at a  NOTICE is-jbereby given 'that, 30 80 chains to place of conmumceinoiit; post planted at the south-west cor-  days aftor date we hi tend to .apply to containing G-10 ncrs*. known iik nor of Claim No. (>; tlejee nortli  the Honourable the Chief Commis- Cluim No. 1. jabout -10 chains; thence west aboui  sioner of Lands and Works for a li-I Dated this 28th " day of August, 25 chains to the shore; thence sontlicence to .prospect for coal and petro- 1907. * erly, following the sinuosities of thi*  leum under the foreshore and under VANCOUVER COAL PROSPECT- -shore lino to, the place of commonc."  tho water and upon the lands known j ING COMPANY. LIMITED. , merit, containing about ������() ��������� acres,  as White Bluff Reserve,  Comox   Dis- E.  Hodgson,  Agent.      known as Claim No. 8.  trict,    described    as  follows:      Com-    ���������A��������� _. ���������     . ���������~.. j    Dated   this 28th   day of    August.  mencing at a post planted about 20 NOTICE  is  hereby  given  that.   30  1907.  chains   east    from the west end   of days after date we intend t;> apply to j VANCOUVER    COAL    PKOSPKCT-  Ooose   Spit,    in    Comox ���������'-Harbour ; the   Honourable   the  Chief  Comnvs-[         INO COMPANY,  LIMITED,  thence north 80 chains;  thence   east sioner of Lunds and Works for a li- |                            E.  Hodgson,   Agent.  I'.VKE NOTICE Hint Ro I md Winslow 80 chains; thence south   80    chains;   cence io prospect for coal and potro-  Dt*rii'g4������f Camas Valley, Suite of Oregon  United States of America. Timber Cruiser, inUnd-s to app yfor a Special, timber  licence over the following deed ihed lands  situiited in Rupert District, Vancouver  Island, viz:  No. I. Coinmencing at n post, planted  40 chains west of the South \V..st Oorner of lot 305 Sayward District and about  thence west SO chains to place of  commencement; containing about  640 acres, known as Claim No. 1.  Dated   this   2Sth day   of   August,  1907.  VANCOUVER     COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED.  E.  Hodgson,  Agent.  leum under the foreshore and under} NOTICE is* hereby ciyen that. '.JO  the water and on the land known as ; days after date we intend to apply to  White Muff 'Reserve'; Comox District, sioner of Lap. s tuni WorLs, for a li-  ciescribed as follows: Commencing the Honourable the Chief Comm'flat a post planted at the north-east cence to prospect for coal and petro-  eorner of Claim No.  1;  thence   east   leum  unrlei-  v c,  ������������������cms.j���������������.0  .m(\  utl���������Gr  :80 chains; thence south 80   chains:  i thence  west, 80'��������� chain's;  thence north  ��������� '80 chains to the place of com men ce-  NOTIGE  is  hereby  given that,  30  ment:     containing   640    acres  days after date; we intend to: apply to  known as Claim No. o.  30 chains north of au unkr own C eek ' too   Honourable   the Chief Commis-  i    i'm   I,-   /���������<,������������������������,   li w   n r,b^i.<-*H ,s'oner of Lan;!*s and'Worksi fb'r a li-  m**rked N. h. Come-    v. \\. D t!ence , .^ ...^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^^  South 80 chinu ���������then "'* Went  80 clum.*,  Jeum  1I|)dw. the  _oreshorG ancj  Wilder"'  tlience North 80 chiiins  thence East 60  the wafer, and on .the lands  in Comox District, described  as follows: Commencing, at n  and post planted at the souch-west corner of Claim No.  fi; ��������� thence east *8f>  this  28th   day  of   August,   chains; thenco sooth about  to    shore    line  in. Nelson  (ij-Vehnh s  District ;  filial s to 'pi-ice of oniiiieiK-rm ut and  co taini* g 040 acres uio re or leos.  Staked August 31st, l!)07.  No. 2. Cotnmt'iicing at a post planted  nb .ut 40 cli ins \V.-st of the S uih West  corner of lot N". ,'105 Sayward Distiict  audabo 180 chnins North from an  uu  Dated  .1907.'  VANCOUVER     COAL    PROSPECT-  thence  westerly  following  the s-inuo-  INO COMPANY, LTMTTED. .sities of the shore to place of   com-  E. '.'Hodgson,  Agent,     i men cement;    containing    about    260  ���������-;'��������� ''.,-'  ������������������' '-  ��������� ��������� ; acres,   known  as   Claim   No.  0,    Co-  NOTICE is  hereby given that.  80  mox Harbour.  the water and on the lands known as-  White BI ull" Reset*\ e,  Comox'-'DlStric t,  described as follows:   Commencing at  a  post     planted   at   the south-west days after date we intend to apply to  corner of  Claim No.   1; thence'west the   Honours M<>    tie, *"h-cf  Comin's-  80 cliains,  thence   north   about     66 sioner of Lane's and WorVs for  a li-  chains,  tnence easterly following the cence to prospect for coal and petro-  sinuos.-tles of .the shore line   to  -the loom  under  t^e  foreshore  -inrl  under  north-uest boundary of Claim'Np. 1; the     water     and      on     the-    binds  , ���������   ���������   r      ,,    tbenee   sooth    about     53  chains   to in       Comox       District,       described      NOTICE  is here! y  given   that.   HO  known Cieefe and marked ^ l'-. ^--*i. iv.  place  of    common-.. . < n twining as     foilow's :       Commencing    at    a I days after date we intend to apply to  W. D. theuoe  North 80 chuius  then.-*  auo.-t    50u     acres,   and   known   as post  planted  at the  north-west  cor-   the   Honourable   tho  Chief  Comm-s-  Dated    this   29tlr day   of    August.,  180 ���������'.  VANCOUVER     COAL   'PROSPECT-  ING COMPANY.  LIMITED.  K.  Hodis'-ii,   Agent.  CJa_m_No__2.   "Dated    this 28th  1907.  -West-S0-chains-Uiena--S-'Hi<iL8L.,ohjiiis_  = theuce Enst 80 chjiius-to p! ce of com  lneneement and 'containing  040   iicre.* j VANCOUVER  more or 1 ss.  St������k.*d Angus! 31-t, 1907.  No. d. ���������Oomiiit-tu'.n-.'at a poft plnnted  nbout P20 chi.ins West of lhe Soulh w nl  ooruer of lot. No. 305 S-iywnrd Disiriei  and about 40chum-iNo t roi un niiUi.owii  Ureek tm- po.4 boing marked Nonb l.,t-t  Cornertheiice Scuth KI cliains West 80  North 80 dm ua . E������fct HO chainB to t.lie  place of c iinneiict'ineiit containing ������4D  H8'es more or lens*  Striked BlBt dny of August, 1907.  No. 4, Goratueiioing hi a post jlftnt  cd about 1110 oh i'mih west of dje South  West oorner of 'lot *VX) Sny ward District  ii ud about 40 oliniiiH Noith of uu unknown Creek thence 80 oludns North  thenco 80 chnins West thenco 8n chains  Houth tlioncft SO chiiinn Eu-t to place of  ooimnoiiottment containing 040 ncreK  more or leas.  StaUedSlBt Angwt, 190T.  No. 5. Comru������iN('i������u������t-������p ft r>l"*M  about 1:0 chains want nnd iiboutHH oli'iins  south of the S Wi'Hl ctrnier r������r lot JiOfi S������> -  wrird Distiict and nbout 1TJ0 ohni ��������������� We*-!  of l{ pout on atii'voyod land arid Wont b'u  of Section IK) pmt lining murk-oil M   Y*  ner-of Claim  No.  2:  thonce south Ofi   sioner of Liiru's ntul  Woi-S-ri foi  u   li-  day of   August,   chains;  thence west  80  chair-s tot^e'^hce ~t"o rros"e_t" for "Ciin"iJfi"ifd-petrTi-  COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY,  LIMITED."  E.  Hodgson,  Agent.  unifier"  and      on     the     lan-ls.  District,        described  Commencing     nt     a  loom   under  Ve  fc.reshore  sind  water  Comox  follows :  acres,   post  plantod  at   the  south-west  corner- of    Claim   No.   H.     Coniox    IT-*r-  (Vugust,   boxir,  Nelson  District; thenre mst RO  chains;   thence     soutli    80    chains;  sioner of Lands and Works for ia li.**  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPECT-  thence west 80 chains; thence north-  NOTICE i.s hereby given that, .'10  days after date we intend to apply to  tl o*   Honourable - the Chief Commis-  shore  iine;  thence north <0,'i   chairs  thence east    5'.J   chains to the   plum*   the  lipe:  thenre following  the sinuosities   in  of the    shore  to place of cojniiie'ice-  os-  ment, containing    about 600  known f>s Claim No. fi.  Dated  1907.  this  28th   day  of  cence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore'.and  under the water and on the  lands in Comox Harbour, described as follows: Commencing at a  post planted at the south-east icor-  LVG, COMPANY. LIMITED.  E,.-'Hodgson,   Agent,  ner of Claim No. 2, on Goose Spit; sioner of lint's and Wrr's for n li-  thenco south 80 chains; thenco-west cence to prospei t for coal and pe4rn-  65 chains to the shore line;   thenci-rjoum  under  the foreshore and  under  erly following the sinnositiis of   do  shore    line    to    place  of  commence-  ,.- ��������� _. ...     .       () 'ment; containing    about 600   acres.  NOTICE is.'herohy given  that, M0 , kn'-.'n as n.ih*x No. 10.  days after date wo intend to apply to j    Dated   this 28th,   day of    August,  the   Honourable   the Chief Commits--j 1907.  about 25 chains north-westerly; following the sinuosltioB of the, ��������� flTOrt?  line; thenco north 65' chains; thencq!  oast 80 chains to place of commencement, containing about 630 .acrps,1  known as Claim No. 8. >-  Dated   this 28th   day of   August,  *l������b  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED.'  E. Hodgson,  Agent,  and      on  District,  the    lands  described  VANCOUVER  COAL PKOSPKCI'-  ING COMPANY, l.rMITKD.  E.  Tfodjjson,  Agent.  y:r..A'     ' AX      I   . ���������  NOTICE is horoby given  tha.t.   KO  the     water  in      Coinox  as follows: ���������'��������� -Coinhioncing at ndnys aftor date I intend to apply to  post plantod near the .south-east cor- the Honourable the Chief Comm h-  ner-of tho Indiun Reserve, Comox'J slonor of Lands and Works for a 11-  Harbour; thence west, .58 chains ;ccncc to prospct for coal and petro-  thonco north about 20 chains; tkenca Jonm under the f< reshoro and under  easterly following the sinuosities ol .the water anil on the lends in Co-  tho shore lino to place of"commence-��������� mox Harbour, Comox District, dcame t ��������� cont-������ining nbovit 100 ncivs, crlbod as follows: Commencing at a ���������  known as Claim No. 7, jj'ost  planted   nt;   the  north .wont cor-  ' Dated    this' 28th   day of   August,   nor   of Claim   No.  7; thence   sout'i  nb'.tU. fir*) chains;  thence west  NOTICE  Is hereby given  that,  JJO'1907. nb'tit. fW chains;  thence west   ubni't  days after date we intend to apply to  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPECT- 25* chains;  tlience  westerly  following  tho   Hononrni ic    i   ,   I'll ef' Coinm'8-          JNG-t-'OMPANY,  LTMITEIX tho HinuoKfties  of tho shore  linn    to  E, TrorlpHon.  Agent. the mouth of  the Courtenay   River ;  NOTICE is  hereby given  thnt   W) thonco (sisterly  following   the sinuo-.  days after date wo intend fr apply N nities of  tho shore line to place   of  tho   Honourable   the Chief Commis* coniineneomont, containing about 27."������  i   i   . v.������.n un,, ,u.���������-w..ai*;ii,.i,slnH rn l������    Coinox   Harbour,    ntul    rioscrib- j sioner of Lniuta and Wr ri-s fni' n li- acres.  olialn8Ni:rtli������iHiiuii)������.we8i������Hh.yui������ro wJ   ^   M-om ,    Oomnionclng at   a conco to prosper t for conl and i-etro-.   Dated   this    28th   day of August,  post plantod at the south-west   cor- Mount  undor tho foreshore and undor   1.907.  n������r of Claim  No, 1; thonce oust   80 ' tho     water _ and _  ott     the     lands   m*mmmmmmmmmmm*mm***mm*mmm*mmmmm**tm-. m*mtMt>mmi***m*im*mtmmmmmmi*mmmmm*tm*mmm*m  slonor of Lands and Works for a licence to prospoct for coal and petroleum under tho foreshoro and under  corner thend Smith H;l rluiinn E st Ml \ tho   wator    und    upon    the    lands  pliioe of oomiuenoemoiifc mul c nijiiuiiig  040 itoreu more or i's'.  Stult*������l Seplon.bo.' '2nd, I907-'  No. tl. Cotutnonclrig nl a piMfc -about  120 uliuiiiH WohI mul nbout 80 ohiiin*.  .Sou.Uftff th'Hoiilli Woht corrtfi' of lo?  atlftSaywnrd District umi nix ut IliU ohaius  Went of Si punt on Hrsett in HO of nurvoy.  rd l������Uil "lid wor-t line of Heotiou M0 fiost  being mnrkoil N. V��������� oomut tlionco Si.ntli  80obninH tlicnoo went 8.) I'lmbs thonoo  North 80 oluiiiiB tlionco Ivtst ������0 ohuliw to  pluoo of comnuiiioi'ment containing 610  noroH iHuro or loan,  Htitkod Hoptombrr '.'ml, 1007.  No, 7. -> ointiioiiemg nt ** pM plnn tod  ������b ut'JO*) chiiitm Wist nnd 'Hii idiulii**,  Houtb ������f South Wost corner of lot UOii  Hnywurd D.Htrlut ihoneo North 40 chnins  thenee Eust 100 cliidrm thenuo Soulb 40  tbonoe We**t KK) uliuiim t j plno^ of com-  UJeUUclliei/l iri>uUtliiili��������� titi) m.i*m muni m  b-ae,  HttiUrd Soptinulwr !lrd, 1907.  No, 8. t ouiuiciicitig nt n post planted  about'200 chains W'mt and nbuit 200  '���������b-ii'39 S.iulb nf tlie houth of tbi- Mon.lt  Went corner uf lot Rofi Bnyward Dint-Met  IheticoJtlulinit'HBvmtb theuco 1U0 obaint  omt tbenc*) 40 olmiiii nortb thonce 100  cluiinn v\cnt to placfl of comniencmetit  contaiuing 0-W nuras more or lean.  Stakeil 8< jiictnber Sid, liK)7.  So. (I. Commencing nt it | cwt ������������������Innlo-d  id rout 2������m) cliHirin wM and ub ul KKi  cliaiut floutlt of the nouih writ carnnr of  lot :m Nayword Distrfo. tbenoo we*t 40  ohftimi tiierifw tmrtli UH) cbalnn thenoe  vaat iOcbaiut tlioncc noutb 10oc-bNin# tu  V��������� IIOIK'IWOS  plnoi) of oommoncoinont nnd coutiiining  IROhc.iob more or less.  Htiil'mlPopteinliiTUnl, 1007.  No. 10, t'ommciiciiig ������t������ post pbint*  nlnlioi/t ttv-* liuudf-d clutiii������ WMt nnd  nboul 810 cbidnu houih of tho Kontb*w������������t  corner of lot })l)5 ih noo sondi 40 cbuiiir.  thenco eitst IiiO oIimIuh thonuo iiorth 40  chains thonoo wont 100 chiiliis to place of  eomm-'noomeiif ��������������� d.cuutnltiiutf OJO noroi*  uio o or Iosh,  Stnkoil Soplomlrur 3rt1,1007.  No. 11. C'oniinoiioiiigat it podt plant  od nb lut'JOil chuius wtvtit nnd nbout 100  obHin������ south of tlio south wont oo n������r of  lotJI05 yuywitrd iHstrict tlience wml 40  cliuliiH thenco south IGo thonce e.ist 4o  ebiiiis theiicvuorlh llloclmiiin to plaoe ol  MiU.lit.m,..nn:ii[ uud i.i������.iu/Uiiih hiu iii^ii.  mm: oi ii).*H.  ritiikod riontoriiboi 4th, lOOr'.  No li, ('.iiumo.olua ot ci po.4 pin t-  eil nbout 2im) oliAinx west nnd about 8o  ebrrrn������nor!h of (bosonlli wost rornor < f  lot IRi5 8,i> ward Di-ttriot tbi'neo nortb 8o  cbvlnwoio*t 8o cluiinH south Ho cbains wt*i*t  8o chains to plnco of commencement containing'.Ho ncres moroor Johs.  8t..kcd Neptouibor fi h, 1007.  No. I'.. Commencing at a pout plantod  about Soo ehiiln wost and about 8o cbuiun  uortb of tbo south wost corner of lot Hon  Suywnril Districttlienov nortb 8.chnins  vie-l Ho oindna aouth Ho ohalna nnal 80  elmins to pluoo uf comtnH.cen.aut ooutnin  ,ng (ill) Ncres more or lens.  Stnkod Hep omlvrfth, H)"7  Doodiit Viotorin, M. 0 S^plombei Odi  10. i7.  Roland Wivhi.ow DHiti.vo,  C mitM Vnlloy,'  Oregon, U, H. A,  TuJiboi'Oulrtor.  .���������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������**���������������������������������������������������.iiw.'i-������������������MwiaiaMM' ������in*  Laud Aot*  iv>rm or Notice.  Sayward and Rupert Land  District,  TAI���������K NOT?(?Rthnt I," Holiuul Win.  low D.-riiiiJf,' f Cumin Valley, MtiHoof Or*  ogoi), United Mmtts. f Amorlci, itifoud to  itpply foriisiieoinltiinbot licon'oovflrilie  followniK doHoribml IhihIh siMuOod in IS.r>  mml nnd Rupert Dut ,ctn, Vntioouvoi  Inlnnd, vii;���������  No. 1, Com nencingnt n post plnntod  ut tiie mil iii eiihi ooiner o( lot ,jj,"> my  wnrd M.Mtriot thonoo houIIi I(5r������ cliiiitiH  wos; in olihms north Ifio chnins entd. 4o  chuioH to plnce of boglnrlng contiilnl������������  fWo nores moro or loss.  Stukod Hopiomhornth, 1907.  Dated nt Victoria, 11.������. .Sopiombor, Oth  19o?  Koi.a.n'1) Wi.vHi.ow Ukui.vii  Comas Vniloy,  Oregon, Y.8.A.  Sept, 17th.  Land   Act.  S������) vvaid  Dihiiicl.  Tnke notion thv thirty il.iy������ from daw A  V, SutliurU'ifl ouoii'm ion litiiibci man ii teiulu  tu apply to thu lion, lliiif Cortiii.umiu.ui of  LuoiIm an.l Worke fori pvuiu) tunlit-r lu^ri.ti  ovtr tlm full-jwii.u dfKuntn.it I-imI'S- N.tud-  ttil tn 8ii) wmmI Uuirui, VsiiUiuivur lolaiiil,  No, I -Ci'iiiu.eiiOii'.j' ni a (.tut plui trd in  tliw flO-li i'ltull-ji li.iif nuiii> we.il id u nu  Hii.l bm urn*.*, it nit: Oi.iipliull lto.i, Im|hj  lins N  K. 0,-nn-r'ht'C  Hi.i- ������'-*i >'. h'Uvtui n  A', 60 VlllKliiM,  N'    tlU ullUIIM,    K.   Iili Ullitll.*.,  O \)\**t) I)    UUllliliU..*.'l*llil II ,  V    f   S'ii h.-i-linil.  ,1    ., * l "f\n  ,   Ay  i    .  Take uut o������ Uu.' tlmi) ou^n In mM*te A,  l-'dutli-arl.uili/ccup, ti ri iuu i.c in in in and,  o ������ppl> to (ho li-oi Cnt.f <-'i������.iiiiii(iioii**r i.f  l,:ihiiH nnd VViirkx tnr n ������p^i*i:il li.nbi-r hi*  ���������juue ovt r Mie followii h .lu.uru.irl laud* mt-  UMttrd in Siyrvnrd Out , V*4iiuouv������*r I Iniul,  No. '2-UMinmi-niiug nt������ pout phii.uil nn  ihefiOUi 1'emllwlfourii.ias \Y <! h m-io ruul  lino uniK*o������ tlio Csiuplwil Hivur, being itiv  S. SV ("���������irnt-r, ihiM.to riiuiiii g N SO t-baii������  K. 80 L'hj.in*', S. Ad au������.t.������������ W. 80 obaios to  lilr.ee t f uotniiieno������iiiitut.  A   K. Hutberl.o.1,  ���������'������tn������* Ciots, Agep^  Tsksnot'os lm thirty Aaya fie������ dste 4 THE CUMBERLAND NEW'. CJ.Vl3ER.rAN:). B. C. OCT.  15, 1907.  V Sutherland occupation lumberman intends  to apply to tbe Hon, Chief Commissioner of  Linda and Work:) fnr a special timber lio  eitse over the foliowiug described lands; nit  uated in Siyward Dist, Vaucouver Island.  No. 3���������Cooiuieuciug at a post plauted on  the 50ch Parallel four miles VV of wheri  baid Hoe crosses the Campbell River, beiug  the S. B. corner thenoe running N 80 chains 180 chains, E. 80 chaius, N. SO chaius, W tO  missioner nf Lands and Work* for a specie  timber licence over the following describe  lauds;- situated iu Sayward Di..t*   Vancouver Idand.  N.i. 10-Commencing st a post planter  7 miles W. aud oue mile 8.  from a   poin  where the 50th parallel crosses the Camp  bell Rivei. being the N.W. corner thence S.  W. 80 chains, S. 80 ehai--s,E.   80   chains,  to phce of t-ouimeucejient.  A. F. Sutherland,  Janaes Cross, Agt n  Take not-ce that thirty days from date A*  F. Sutherland occupation lumberman in  . tends to apply to the Hon. Chief Cornmiss-  i..ner of Lauds and Works for a special limber liceuce over the following '"described  lauds;- situated iu Sayward District. Vancouver Island.  No. *1 - Commencing at a post planted  five miles W. and oue mile S, from a poun  where the 50th parallel crosses the Carnpbeli  River, being the N. E corner iheuee tliu*  mogS. 80 oh^ns,  W.  80 chaius, N. 80  E. 80 chaius, to place of commt-.uci.ment.  A.F. Sutherland,  James Cro������*. Agent.  Take notice that thirty days fiom date A.  F. Sutherland occupation  iuu.berman intends to apply to tne Hou. Chief  Commis  siouer of L mde and Works for a special timber licence over the following defccnbedlande  situated iu Sayward Distriot Vancouver I>-  - landi ���������-"������������������-. '��������� ���������~t~~ ~ ~  Not 5���������Commencing at a post plauted fiv.  miles W. and one mile S." from a poiut  where the 50 h parallel crosses the Campbell river, beiug ihe S.E. corner, theuceN.  80 chains, VV. 80 chaius, 8. SO chains, E*8u  chains, to place of commencement.  " .A. F. Su*.herland,  Jariiea Cross, Agent  Take notice tbat 30 dcya after date A. F.  Sutherlaud ocoupatiou lumbeimau iuteuds  to apply to the Hod , Chief Commissioner  of Lauds and Works for a speoial timber licence over the foliowiug desoribed lands;*  situated in Sayward Dut. Vaucouver Islano  No 6���������Coum.euciug at a post planted 5  miles W. and 1 mile 8, from a poiut where  the 50th parallel orossai lhe Campbell River being the NW oorner tbenoo ruouiog S,  80 ohaius, E 30 chains, N. 80 chains, W 80  ohain* to place of ooinmeucemeut.  A. F  Sutherland,  James Groan, Agt.  chains to place of commencement.  A. F. Sutherland,  James Cross, Agen  Take notice that 30 days after date A. F.  Sutherlaud occupation  lui-bermau  intend  to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner o  Lands and Works for a apecu<ltimberlicenct  over the following described lauds.-  situated io Sayward Dime. Vancouver Island.  No. 11���������Commenoing at a post planter,  about, 9 miles W and 1 mile S from a point  where the 50th parallel crosses the Camp  bell river being the S.E. cornet, thence run*  ut.-g N. 80 ch.uua, W. 80chams, S. 80  chains, E. 80 chaius, to pLee of commenc-  rnent.  o0 :   A. F. Sutherland,  J-imes.. Cross, Agt.  Take notice that 30 days after dace A. F.  Su herlaml occupation lumberman intend*-  co apply to the Chief Commi siouer of Land  aod Worko ������������r a special -i nber licence o/er  he fallowing described lands; situ tted ii.  Say ward'District; Vancouver Island.  Nu. 1'2���������Couiu4 ociug at post plauted a-  -bou r Qtziiles"wWt"a_d" ITmltTSTf .wn"a~poiu'  * here the 50th parallel crosses the Camp  bed River, boing the S.W. corner, thence N  SO chain-, E. 80 chaius, S. 80 chainf, VV.80  ouaiun, to place ot comuieucemeut.  A.F. Sutherland,  J.mes Cross, A���������t.  Take notice that 30 fays after Uate A- F.  Sutherland occupation lumberman iuteiid,**  co apply to ihi* lion. Chief Coiumiasiouer ol  Linds aud Works tor a special timber lie  ence over the following described lands: sit  uated in Saywaid Dist. Vancouver Island.  No. 13��������� Commencing at a post planted a*  bout 0 miles W .and one milo S. from a poim  wh.re tne 50di parallel crosses the Campbell  River beiug the N .W. ooruer thence runuing S 80 chaius & SO ohaius, N. 80 ohaius  W. 80 chaina to place of commencement.  A.F. Sutherland,  J sines Cross, Agt.  Take notioe th<tt 30 days from date A. F.  Sutherland occupation lumberman iuteuds  Take notice that 30 days from date A. F. I -o to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of  Sutherland occupation lumberman intend to  Lands and Works for a speoid lioenoe over  sppiy to tbe Hon. Commissioner of L'mds | be following desoribed laud.; situated in  aud Works for s sp< oul timber lioeuue over  siuatvd in  t-ie folk wing described laud-;  Saywsrri Distriot, Vanoouver Inland,  No 7���������Commencing at a pott planted 7  miles W, and one uile S. uf a point where  the 50th parallel oros-.es the Campbell Uiv-  beiug the S.E. oorner theuoe N. 8(1 ohains,  W. 80 chains, S. 80 ohaius, K. 80 oluiw*,  to plsoe of oomu.enoemeut  A. F, Sutherland,  James Cross, A, en I  Take notioe thst 30 days fiom dste A.F.  Sutherland ocoupatiou luuibern.su iuteuds  te sppiy to ths Hon. Chief 0 nuiniiiiouor  uf Ltud* sod Works (or s speoial timber li*  oense over the following described lands}-*  situated in Sayward Dist. Vaucouver I.land  No. 8-���������Commenoing st a post pltuted 7  miles VV' snd 1 mile 8. from s point where  the 50ih parsllfl orosses the Caunpbed rivei  being t e N. K. oorner. theuoe runnings.80  ohsins, W. 80 chains, N.80 ohains, K.80  ohsins, to plsoe of oo.ntneooemeot.  A. F. .Sutherland.  Jsmes Crow, Aujt.  Take notioe thst 30 dsys from dsie A. F  'tens novo** til*.*  nu u������j������ >.v... -.*.* ...    .  Sutherlaud occnpitioo lumbermaa intenu������ apply to the Hou. Cbbd  *������ eprilv to th������ Hon.Ohi������fCnnirnis*iin(#.fof l"������*dennd Works fors  f. nde and Work, for a sp-wal t.mlwr lis*''"" ov" lh" *���������������<!���������������������������������������������* i  eiioi over the following desoribed Isn i.pslt-  usted in Sty ward D.st. Vanoouver Islaud.  No. 0���������Commeuoiug st a post plauted 7  miles W. snd 1 mile S, from a point where  60th paislle) crosses the Campbell Hiver,be |  ing tbe 8. VV. corner tbenoe running N.80  unaius* E. 80 ohsins, 8.80 ohsins, W, 80  ohains, to pUoe ol ootuuieitomeut.  A. F. Saiberland,  James Cr.us, rtgen  Take   notice thst   thirty   dsys   ������ft*r  <i*te A. F.SutherUud occupation lumberman inu-nus tospply to tbe Hou, Cbiel Com  S^yw-rd Distriot, Vsnoouver Island.  No. U���������Comii.ei.oiog at a po.t pUnted  about 0 miles VV. ai.d 1 mile S. from s point  whore tho 50.li parallel onuses the Campbeli  River, being the N. K. goner ttienue ru.���������  uiug S, 80 o>uius, VV. 80 chaiun. N.80 chain  B. 80 chaius, to plaoe of com.i.euo������u>ent.  A. F, Sutherland.  James Cross, Agt,  Take notioe thst BO days ulcer dato A. F.  Sutherland oouupsciou lumberman intends  to apply to the Hon Chief Commissioner of  Lauds sud Works for a  oenoe over the foliowiug denoiibed lands;  situated iu Siyward DUt Vnuoouver Island.  N '. Ifl���������CoinmenciuK st a poit pUutuU  about 10 uiiiet) west nud 1 m le uortb from a  puint where the 50th parallel crosses the  Campbell river being the SK ooruer tbenc  rumiing N 80 ohaius, W 80 chaius. 8 80  chains, E 80 ohaius to pl.oe of vouimeuoe*  ment.  A. li'Sutherlaud'  James C4o������, Agl.  Take notioe that 30 days sttsr uate A F.  SatheiUu oooujiiHou luuiiieruuu iuteuds tu  Commissioner ol  special timber lio-  ouue over the folbwinn desoribed landit sii*  oaied iu Saywsrd Diat. Vanoouver Island,  No. 10���������Comuieuuiug st a post planud lu  miles west aud 1 mile h. from a point when  the iV'th parallel orosses tbe Campbell river  i������������tu*_ ttie **>. w. ui.rut.ri Vuenoi r .nuiug IS. 8b  ouaius, H. 80oeainp, 8. 80 chaius, W.8c  oba.u* tu plsue ol oomweuuouieut.  A. F, Sutberlaod,  James Cross, Agt  Take no nee thst 30 days slier <Ui������ A. F  .Su bensuU oooupeiou lumbsi'msii inienu  t ��������� npi'ly t-i tie Hou. Chat Couim.iitioUir  j L*>uus ami Wurs* to, n .peuui tt..i"������r lio-  ce over t' o following described lands; sit-  i oed is. Siyward Dist Vancouver Lland.  No. 17��������� Commencing at a  post planted  10 mrlis w. and 1 mile  n.   from   a  poiui  i here the 50i h parallel crosses the Campbell  iver being the N.E. corner thence   ruoniu/.  s. 80 chains,,w. 80 chains, N.80 chaina; E.  30 chains to place of commencement.  A. F. Sutherlaud,  James Cross, Agt  Take notice that 30 d*ya after due A. F  -lutherlrud occupation lumbennau iuteud--  -o apply to the H n- Chief Commissioner ui  Lauds and works for a special timber lic-  itace over the following described Undi sit  uated in Sayward Disc Vancouver Island.  No. 18���������Commencing at a post planted a  'out 10 miles w. and 1 mile N. from a poiu  -vhere the 50ch parallel crosses the C implied river being tha N.W. corner thence run  iug s. 80 chains, K. 90 chaius, .v.SOchaiu*-  w. 80chains, to puce of comitiencsment  A. F. Su herlaud,  J uiues Ci Oil, Agf.  Take notice th������t 30 days from dice A F.  Sutherland  occupation lumberman iuteud-  (.o apply to the Hun.   Chief Commissiouei  f Linda and Worki for a a^eciil dmber li-  oeuce over the following described  lauds;  iiUHted in S.������y ward Disi, Va. c .uver Llano  No, 19��������� Commeuoing at a post planted <���������  ���������jout 4 unlea w. md I mile N. from a poin  there the 50������n parallel crosses tb*.Can.pbel  _rijrer���������and_ beiog-the-s.'wvouru' r-theuce>N"-8(J  chains, E, 8J chains,  s.  80. chains,  vr. 8o  cUa:ns io place of couimeuoemeui.  A. F. Sutherland,  J *ui* s Vros", Ag  T-tke notice that 30 days alter date A.F  Sucherlaud occupation luuibermau   tuteud'-  co sppiy to the Uuu. Cniet Co.umissiouer or  Lands aud VVorks for a special t mber license over tho following desoribed lands; ait*  uated iu Siyward Disc. Vancouver IsLnd,  No. 20���������-Comuieuciug at a pos.  plautev  4 utiles w. aud I mile n. tram a point wher  the 50.h parallel orosses the Campbell river being the 8.s. ooruer, thenoo ruuuing N.  80 ohains, w, 80 ciaiim, a 80 ohain-,  it. St)  ohaius, to piaoe of oommeiioeaieut,  A.F.Sutherland,  . James C.ois, Agt.  Take notioe that 30 dny������ after date A. F  Sutherlaop oooupation lumberman iuteuds  to apply to the Hou. Chief Comuiiisiouer of  Lands aud Works for a speoial timber lie*  euse oyer the following desoribed lauds; situated iu Sayward Dist, Vanoouver Island.  No. 21-���������Commencing at a post plauted 0  miles west aud one mile H. from a point  where ttio 60th parallel orusfce tbe Campbell river, being tbe N.W. ooruer theuce tun  ntng a, 80 cbains, a, SO chain , n . 80 chaiu.  W.80ubsius lo place uf oouimuuoameut,  A, F. Sutherlaud,  James Cio>s, Agt.  Take notioe tbat 30 dny* after date A F  Sutherland icoupatiuu lu uberma i iuttude  to apply to the H. n. Chief Coiiuiii*isioi.er  of L.ndeaud VVor* , f<r a 'peoul umber li  oouoe over the folio wing described lands:  IUIIBIIOUU,  V. I ...������ .  speoialttmber li- ���������U"t'���������'D SfyW-ra *"' ^"."f  1    No. 2'2���������Commenoing at a post planted 0  miles w. and I mild s, from a |o������t plauteu  where the 60th parallel onuses tne Camp*  bell river, beiug the i.w. ooruer, theuoe mu  mug N. 80 ohaius, v.. 80 ohaius, n. 80 ulutus  w. 80 ohaius iu pUse of oommuuoment.  A, F. SuiherUnd,  James Cross, Agt  Take notioe that 30 days ahsr date A. F  Sutherland ocoupatioa lumburman intends  co apply to ths Chief Coiiunissionarol Lauds  and Wonts for a speoial timber lioenoe ov*  er tbe folio* ing ibsoribud landsi situa tea  in Sayward Dist. Vaucouver Islaud.  No lt8���������CoiiimnniiiiiB at a (mini plant***! A  miles w.aud 1 mile n, (rum a point what*  the 60tn psrsllel vrottet th������ Campbell river, being the a.t. oorner thenoe ruuning s.  80 ohaius, w. 80 oh dm, x, 80 obsim-, ������, 80  chains, tu piace ol oouunuuoemeut.  A, F. Sutherland,  James Cross, Agt.  Tske notioe that SO daya alter date A, F  Sutherland oooupation Inmberm.n i.tende  o sppiy to tbe Hou. Chief Commissioner  A Lands tod Works for a speoial timber  oeuoe over tbe loiloaiug desoribed laud*)  lusted m Sayward Diu. Vaiicou er leituu  No. 5.4���������C������mnienuir>K at n post plauteu ft  m t*m \*t. aad I mi.e Jt. from a poiut waere  the 50th parallel orosses the Campbell river, being tin- s K. corner thence running s.  80 chain* w.30 ohaius, s. 80 chain.* il. 80  chains, to place of comtnencment  A. F Sutherland,  James Croat*.,Ag  Take notice that 3.> day������ after d.te A F  Suthorlaud occupation lumberman intends  :o apply to the Hon Cnief Commissioner of  Lands and woaks for a speoial timber license over the following doacribed lands situated in Sayvard Dint Vauc uver Islaud  No 25���������Commencing at a po t planted 8  idles w and 1 mile N at a point  where the  5oth parallehcroises the Cu.upbell river, being the jj w corner   the'c running s 8 >  ���������haius,   K 8 > chains,   k S > ohaius,   w So  ohaius to'pUue of sommencement  A F Sutherland,  James Cross, AGt  Take notice thai. 30 d������ys from date A. F  Sutherland cocupation lumberman iuten-i*.  n apply to the  Hon.  Chief Ci-riiuii.^ionei-  .f Liuiisi aud worts for a sp^oi 1 timber licence over the following dnseribei lands; sit  uatel in Sayward Dist. Vancouver lata id.  No. 26���������Com neoctng at a pout planted 8  ���������oiles w. a^d 1 mile jj. at a point where the  50-h pa-allvl crosses the C������*iipb.**l river,  b. ing rhe S. w. cor >e'- thenoe ruuning n . 80  chains, E. 80 cliuiim, 3. 80 chains, w. 80  jhains. to place of comm ncemeut.  A.F.Sutherland,  James Cross, Ag*;.  T=*Ufi notic that 30 days after date A. F.  Sutherland occupation luniiiermuu int n la to  jiupiL-,te-_t)ie,_-Hi.rj-.Chlaf--C/ominie*>iorier-nf-���������~~  Lands and "W'rks io*- a speciial timber liceu.-e  vor the following d.-orihod laudu; eitu*ted  ia Say *'*td Di-t-ii t. Vancouver ImLiihI.  N<; *27 ���������Oi������ii������*������i*-������-s-' g it i'������ po*H pl<ut������*.i 8  mil**������ W. ������iiid I mi e u.*������t'a point where tho  50 h parallel cr "irses th** Campb. 1< fiver.*"'-  ing the N, s. comer then*" running s *'0  chains w. 80 ch.in-*, n. 80 chaius, K 80  chains, vo place of commencement.  A. F. Sutherland,  'Jams* Off-M. Agt.'  Tke nn'ice thst 30 days after d* e A. F  Sutherliiid occupation lumberman int.-nrti  to apply to the Hon Chief GominiM'iQoer of  Lind������. and'Work*. f������r a xpeoial  timbei license over the folio viug described lands: ait.  uated in Siyward Dist. Va icouvor Island.  No, 28���������*(' mmencing at a post plauted 8  indes w. and 1 mile N. from a point wheie  the 50th paralisl oro-ses the Ca npball r v**r  being the a. r-;. corner thence running N 80  ohains, w, 80 chains, 8. 80 ohaius, k. 8������  ohaius, 60 place of couhudi oemoiit.  A.F. Sutherland,  .Times Cicsb, Agt.  Tske notice that 30 days sfter date A F  Sutherland occupation lumberman intends  to apply to Hon. Chief Commissioner of  L*>ods and Works for a stwoirtl timlwr lie*  ease over the following de-cribed lands*. v,R.  uated in Sivward Diet. VnnuoH-'er Maml.  No. SO��������� Ciurimeooiltg at a p.Mt pUn'e.l 8  inili'a w. and 3 miles n . iron. <x pr>i t whioc  the 50ch psrall������l orosses tint Campb *ll river  being th������ N. w. oornrr thfi'ice ruuuing h. 80  Qhsios, K, 8d ohdiis N. 80 olntlns, w. 80  ohains, to plaoe of uoiuuumoement.  A. F. Sutherland,  Junes Cross, Agt.  Tske notice that 30 days after date A. F  Siiihen'aud oooupation lumberman in mils  to apply tn the Hou. Chief Cuiiimissinri...r of  Liudasnd Works for a sp.oi.d timber lie  ������*uia ovor the following iIvnuiUmI laiuL;������lt*  uated in Siywtrd l)i������t. Vsnoouver Iilnml.  No. 30���������Coinmonoing ai a p sr piantec 8  mile* w aud 3 mdussfrom a pdnt wheio  the 50th parsll-loros-eslhi-Cauipbelt riv <*  bting the a, xv, oornor thence runnh'B n. 80  0 slus, 1.80obaios, 8.80 ohains,w 80 unsms  1U place of oommenoement  A. F, Hutherlsnd,  James Cross, Agt  Take notioe that So days after date A.F  Sutherland oooupation lumberman intends  to apply tn the lliu Chief Commissioner of  L>ud* and w.irks for a special timber liocnio  over the following deionlied lauds si uated  in Sayward Distriot Vanomver Island  No, 31���������Cnmmenolng it spost pln>rt<*(l 8,  mites w, and 3 milea n, from a point win-0  the 5 ih pa al el e oases thi Cimpbell river,  being n.k ooroer thenoe run ill< s.80 ohains  w80ouins, N.8rt������h������������n������, v ������n ���������. ha'tu, u  ptaoj of oommsiioemeut  A  F. Suthfrlsnd,  Jsmes Crosa, Agt  Take notioe that 30 days after da e A, F  8uthirlaud oocopasiou lumuerinan intends  1 to apidv to the Hmi CM<������f C .itonii/viji.*,, .,{  Lauds and w irks for a speoial tinbor |io*  sn������e oyer the following d euribed l*nd 1 situated in 8 ty ward Di-. Vsioojver ishad  No, 82���������Unmmsnoing at a poe- plunted 8  milt* w snd S miles m from a point where  60th parsllsl orosses the Campbell River,  Mui? n a oorner thenoe ruiino g H 60 ubtius  w. 80 ohsinn, 180 obaims s 80 otiainn, to  place ol ooininenmnent  A F Butherland,  , Jamee Cross, Agt  I Osttd Sept. 30th, 1007

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