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 i-  y,A     y  ;-, A i-fiiiA^UVHy-y  ���������_��������� \i       ��������� ��������� <���������  Isj v  i\  ,    dec n\m    .))  tr-  .fr������Mjr-*<������S  A -Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox DltstHct*  Thb News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C.,   TUESDAY, DEC.    6,   .-910  SUBSCXJl'TiON $l.Qv A YEAR  XMAS GNOGKRIES  ���������-������������������e-aB-a.B-t'MM'-a4*^^  Just Three Weeks More ,-n which to P..rcha * your  needs in this line,  JiotMJ^  not be beaten.  Your Xmas cake, plum pudding and mince-  meat need attention now. Try our cleaned Currants,  Itaisins, Spices, Icing, Mixed Peel Shelled Almonds  and Walnuts.  SOLE AGENTS for Boberteon's Scotch, Warm-lake, Jellies, aud Jams.  (None i-qual)  GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER AND   WE  ASSURE YOU  SATISFACTION.  Simon Leiser & .Co'., Ltd*  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  Two prizes given away.  1st prize, Handsome Doll, val. $15.00  2njVi ze, "        " #6.50  Every 50c. Purchase entitles you to   __- _ _==a������Tioket=���������-���������=���������^__=_=_  AT   THE  The Magnet Cash Store*  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  THE CORNER STORE "  ^^-^^^^^^mmmmmammmmminmtm in -uta-ani, 'MMiiaMe.iw'-i^ja*''mtmmmmmmn.mijmt*k������**mntmmmemiemmatmmmmtmmmmmm  ou^ stock op     I  I Raincoats, Slickers, Oil |  Clothing, Umbrellas *  and=  Is noai COJWPliETE.  | These having been secured BEFORE  the recent great Rubber Boom,  should be well worth your early  attention.  ������  te  l  f>  ���������������  &  A������  *���������  9>  ���������TV  t*  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave,'  Cumberland  ���������9*  ta*  ������ ,      itumumnmttm- ^  CUMBERLAND WINS.  AND PROPRIETORS OF  QUMBERLANQ  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BlSUR  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  Place your Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cnke  aud  Fruit Loaf NOW.  SECOND    STREET  t^^u^^a^^j^^^j|^^^|^Mj|4_^_A_A_b_._^J^ift_d|i_^_i  ������������������^^''''������������������������������������^^���������������������������'������������������^P^W'^a^W^Bla^'^P'''"  LIFE ON THE WESTERN  PLAINS IN PERILOUS DAYS.  Ladysmith Football Team vis*  ited Oumberlsnd ou Sunday and  engaged the local team in a  friendly game, The visitors had  out their full team and came with  the reputation of being the champions of B.C. Thei r team inclu  tied at least one plnver who had  played in 6rst, division football in  England and Scotland. The locals turned out a strong team,  there being otic change from the  original selection of the Association, Boothmnn having to cry off  owing to sickness. R. Brown  took his place. J. Gibb ac'ed as  referee, ana llie tenuis lined up as  follows.  The Manufacture of these Films entail much Dar  ger.���������Kit Carson in his role of Scout.  Those    witnessing    ������������������Bison'' step into a hole, ami  there  nre  western    picture*,   with    their many things to be desired more  thrilling scenes, hazardous feats than a fall from ������ horse going at  ...... l.ai.-.aUii*(_ ..m*..**,   oMuum break-neck speed   in  tt  rocky  giwa thought   (u  tiie liaugcis country.  uttendciit upon the making  of  such  Alms.   Fred J, Balshofer,  In the Bisou  pictures, for in-  stance, the plot* deal with strong  western tntM.nj.cr and producer. | ci,lirac(crft, The use of the lar-  co������u..i..M.iiK upon tlie .subject,; jct -s <icilia���������l'tratcd by an expert  uaid: "To secure some of t!,e,wltj, tlic lope. f,,e ri(H���������R of  scenes ior the ���������Bluou* pictures it bucking brouko��������� is doMC hv  is necessary that the participants (|.or_emet, of skj,1: dare devil  sometimes take their livei .nr.dj.���������j ,', shown nt breakneck  their hands. While blauk cart*, speed; physical encounters result  ���������ridge* nre used in buttle ace ties In the detent of tli*" f\'U-r1r������*/������r, and  the wadding might pxove fatal, 'he hero always battles for tight-  if shot i'i ones anatomy.  .Sliding e,(1������*������1M8-   The .ncidi-niaof every  down dangerous clilTi on a rope *���������; m nrc P���������"1"'���������" an inter  .......        ,      r   estmg manner to hold attention  would be ���������ny.lt.fiff hut  pleasant     The parts are iutciprcid   by  if ������������������*.. j-'JJS'-'d rock would .ever the  strands. The horse* are selected  for their perfection, but the most  sure f toted auiinai h  liable   to  avUV������ t-ak-utcd in |miuu.(limit:mt  ing and the thread of romance  running through the story proves  a lure which appeals to all.  "The eastern man with red  blood in his veins* likes Bison  pictures for thu physical excellence of its character*; the woman  has a heart interent in the adventures of the heroine; the artistic  temperament is fed with scene**', ol  grandeur, towering mountains,  grassy plains, floral bowers, umbrageous nooks mul poetical environment; the boy never tires of  wa'chiug the galloping horses  and their intrepid riders. The  western cowboy, familiar with the  scenes depicted, i.*.,iuterei*ted in  seeing everything which he can  do performed in a muster wav.  So you see Bis in films contain  elem-uts to xatisfy every individual iu n mixed audience."  On Wednesday nnd Thursday  evenings one ot these i-ensattonal  pictures will be shown, entitled  ���������Kit Carson.' Mr Blancheii. in  the title role, will be seen riling  *b*i    rteerlf".i>    T**"y������.1;*i������.     .-.illi/.i  ���������Snowball,' while Mrs .BlaucieU  will be mounted on "Black Beau  tv,' another  famous  thorough-  horse.   The Indians  aud  cowboys mix   up in a grand  melee:  blno'f ���������.ffrriii!*-, Mtnllinrj F*?et1cs nf  action, the desperate conflict   in  I sU,** ...uie,  wlu',1  CaiM.n   ai lives  nn the scene with the trapjieis  just in time to prevent., massa*  i ere    Twenty six full-blood In-  j dian* and about forty eowlxivs  ' arc used in this mammoth  pro  due-ion.  The w-tnagemertf of the City  Hall has wrurfd lhe exclusive  light ti ahow these pictures,  CUMBHK1.AND.  Goal, J Clarke.  Backs  R Freeburn W Sutherland  Half-Backs.  A Cairns J Williams B McLean  Forwards.  J Williams J Sutherland  I. Wynne   T Carney   R Brown  LADYSMITH.  Goal, Morrison.  Backs.  Rogers Hindcs  Half-Backs.  Mc Adams       II hides       Upton  Forwards.  Stewatt       Adams       MeLeod  Brass Dunsmuir  LadvsmiMi won Ihe loss and  dceid.d to play uphill. The lo-  cals were the first to become  dangerous, good play on the part  of the half-backs keeping plav in  near the   visitor's   end.      Play  tm$4a*m*+mtm\fo*memA/l/e*mm ***%/**** ���������*- *>f^ij*iiu*mf^*'  The Canadian Barik  of Commerce  HEAD OFFICE: Toronto.  PAID-UP CAPITAL    -      -  RESERVE FUND    -     -     -  SIR   EDMUND WALKER,  D.C.L., President.  ALKX. LAIRD, Ghmsrai, Makaork.  ESTABLISHED 1867.  $10,000,000  $6,060,000  C.V.O., L.L.D.,  Branches throughout Canada. And in the United  HtatCH, Mexico mid England  Country Business-  Banking by Mail-  (*)  F.vcry   fnrihiy afforded to  firmer* nnd  otheri. for thc tratisiinion of their oank-  nn busine*..,  Account., may lie opened by mail and  mon'tei deposited or withdrawn  in  this  way with equal facility,  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T. WHITE, Ntu.,.ffar.  (^tJty*e**%jm4{^im  ������������9������@*<9������^ $&&: *iA*x_ ..*?. *r*j^*rAYix.  opened out as the players wanned  to their work.  Some pretty pa<*.s  iug was witnessed ou the part of  the h"ine..forwards, and llu?  ba'l  was kept hovering near the visit  ors'   goal.     Cumberland    was  awarded   n  penally for Rogers  handling the ball.   Wynne look  the kick and put Cumberland one  to Ihe good.     Tke visitors tried  hard lo (haw level but could not;  pivrce the defence of Su the. Iain! |  ���������k (\\,   Tlu* home forwards were;  playing a grc.it game, their com ���������  binaiion being the best ever seen  In Cumberland.     .loo William*  was   iu   great   form,    making  Hindcs, the visit or'!* ci; ck Iku'I.,  look cheap, b'rmn a breakaway  thc visitors scored their first and  what proved to be their only goal  From the kick-off the home  players went al it with renewed  vigor, aud forced corner after  corner iti their efforts to score.  The -second goal wns the result'of  pretty piny on the part of J Hutlt  et land and U Btowu Working  the ball close in Brown's pitting  shot being only slightly cleared  bv Morrison, jf Williams made  sure by banging the ball through  the sticks onl of Morrison's reach.  The first, half elided without the  ncoic Ix'iug added to.  After a.shott iutuval the te.m,.*.  lined up and were at ii again.  Right from thc si art the Iiomii*  foi wards took Ihe game in hand  and made the visitors' defence  look like a lot of schoolboys, the  home fot wauls just, making rings  around them. Carney, who was  playing a ..teat game in centre,  made the home total three, giving  Morrison no chance to sare, with  a shot eio.e in. Not content with  their two g<>.*- lead, the homesters  eailie riK'lif bark, nnd R Brown,  after beating three men on the  run, scored i lie best >������oal of the  match with .1 .diot that Morrison  (U.intiiinwJ on U*t paga )  ^SHOES  SHOES  ���������i-y.-ii  US  Another new lot of Amherst Shoes for men, boys  youths aud girls just in.  Men's new Caps. Hats, Cloves,   Shirts,   Sweifrs,  Handkerchiefs, and Neckwear.  mmm mmammam. trmmT  '������������������mm 9em*u n������ \xmtaA  CAMPBELL BROS.  Cv  /V1  Mi  n*x*i  /r   I *_-V������ J THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  T  The FOURTH  ESTATE  Novelized by  Frederick R. Toombs  From the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Medill Patter-  aon and Harriet Ford.  CatDyrlfht. 1900 by Joseph Medill  PtltefJon ind Harriet Ford.  quite private toere."  "I can't wait tbnt long for IU judge.  I've not to have It tonight."  "Uh. Is u st-nieiiitnR of that sort'.  Woll. ttai'ii, couie to iny bouse after  dinner" "���������  "Hut I've cot to be ot ray otlice." Insisted tin* editor.  "1 hardly like to go tliere, Mr.  Brand."  ������������������'rtwt's tip to yon, Judgo. But tf you  don't come the story goes to press tonight.    -Veil'/" wltb a rising Inflection.  ���������*I*'_  Judith Biirtelmy entered.  '"Will you euiue uow, papa?" she  asked.  "Just n moment, m.v dear. I Intend  ed to nst I.upuy to dine with us"  "Oh, cunt you Hike Mm to tlie club?"  Bhe pouted.  (Continued.)  i The false Judge puled. His month,  became parched llml he not leaned  a tra inst a chair for support it Is likely  that his knees would inn have retained  enough..strength to hold tilth up. The  Jig was up. I'la inly the end was In  sight. Indeed, it mid already arrived  '*onles8���������unless��������� Yes, there was ono  poaalble way our���������it Brand would listen to the proposal. Listen"*" livery  man had hts price. Dupuy had told  ;|ilm so. He knew tt anyway, and  Brand was poor He wis ambitious  too. Ah. reiwoned the false judge,  that Is a dai.teroua combination���������pov-  be conveniens  we're going to  timvicnt o4  emlxir  rnnne-tt nilciicc.  "I woe the -reporter Jtitlue flnrtelmy."  ntrty and ambition. Kew could overcome tt honestly; few ever hnd, evet  would.   And I am rleti-  44Well, what do you propose to do?'  be asked of Brand, pulling It np to  the other man to lend the conversation  at this point, Just as a clever tactician  ���������bon Id. ]  Thnt depends." answered Rrnnd  doubtfully. a trifle weakly, (-Inking  tboogbtfuHy Into a chair beside a ta*  ble.  Bnrtelmy detected nt once the note  of doubt and weakness tn Hrnnd'a reply nnd questioned to himself what U  might portend  "On whatV" asked the Judge carefully, trying to nnnl.v-.e the mental proo-  eaaea ot his opponent, who atnred at  hlm across the wbla.  Brand apoko deinieriitely, In low  voice,  4'0n whether you're willing to moot  me halfway."  Itartelmy'a hope* ImmMNnrely aurged  .high, Un. aa plnln a hid for n price aa  ,���������*���������* had ever hoard, antl he Mo* heard  tbem before, lie gnmi, reiisaurea, ot  th*4 young mnn -������ en newt fnc.������ Ha,  how skillful he was. thin yntnig llrntid!  Uow he hurt deceived every one! .ca.  lie was Just like some nl Um oilier ru-  forniers the Judge hint inei-'u*. like  itomeof his polltn'iil tneiiils who start-  Mi to cienii up cerinlii ini-dlttniis. only  to he retnllieil lo lei them exist ������a thay  were. Mm Brand wiin the cleverest  ona of tlie lot by tar. nnd protmhty ho  waa lo divide lti������ proceeds ot tills  bribe Willi Noliin. (Mi, they were it  (���������milling pair! Hnd (".en tooled Uupuy,  who thought ttictii dangerous And  what a son In law Mrainl wind tunk*.'.  Y***. he could hnve. ,Hi.inl-.; he wna  worthy tn i,mi������m*s-i (lie reigiilntt bounty  of a great city Ho oruticil to himself  tba false Judge, nml lie snld:  **Of e������ur������e I nm willing in meet you  halfway, but It nn dcp'Miria on whether  we understand each other"  "Vour decision wH*rt������iihtl������������aaof aoma  ���������/���������Hie io you. and It I nm wilting to  '���������n-t. -"'������������������1*'���������'������"'��������� ������������ HiiiccertetH elr������  til (list ti ores tiled"-* Urn lid looked ttie  Jlldge In the eye er������|Hi intui...  Itatielniy leu reiienil II.* fcltcltnt-  td hl(T**w-lt ������n ������������������������** ������������������'"'* "nil his Judg  uieiit had tsvti oorreet  -Yes; yon"-    He hulled.  \\"... "      " ��������� ���������"' "'���������"-'"'  -Weil'" queriert Iln* iit.lir*** Irrltfife-tliy  -mere you are." rvi.p.������noe������i lira no  ���������Imply, bia myma meet in u ttio**a ol tba  Jtjrtat  "That wouldn't  dear, yon know  o|*ern." lie stepped back townrd  the library. "Mr.  Brand. I'll see  you a������nin before  you leave."  There was a  moment's embarrassed siletii-e between Judith and  Wheeler Brand as  the judge disappeared.  "How do you  do, Mr. Rrand?"  sbe linn Ily asked.  "How do you  do. Miss Biirtelmy?" His manner was awkward and strain A  ed.  "I haven't seen yon all winter" She  placed her hands on tha back ot a  chair near a settee.  "No; 1 haven't been anywhere. I've  been kept pretty close at work." He  o*.used.   "Won't you sit down?"  tsne moVeo ro (ne ten ano occup(ea  the settee. After a few moments of  silence she said:  "It's strange I haven't seen you all  winter. 1 suppose It will, be another  hundred years before 1 see you again."  Brand looked lutently at her.  -^It.MoBXJffi.iLxoiL^lfiLi? 8W> rae  nuy sooner. Judith," and. thus siieuk***"  ing.  he  leaned over tbe back of tbe  settee toward the girl be loved.  "Why. of course I wish���������er��������� You  were having a talk with father when  1 came in, weren't you?"  "Yes," rising und stepping back from  her  "Wheeler, come here," the girl asked  wistfully "1 want to talk to you."  lie moved to a cliatr close by ber side.  "Aren't you begitititrig to realize that  you may have been a bit headstrong?"  she said tenderly, looking Into his  eyes. "I'm* afraid you are getting in  very deep, Your frieuds, most of  them, have been, patient with yon so  far. bin (here's admit, you know, and  you'll lose them."  "I'm sorry."  "Oh, Wheeler"���������she wns Intensely In  enrnest-"ts it worth while to tot them  go just for an idea?"  "A inaii must act according to his  light, Judith."  "And ������ woman nccording to hers  Perhaps you don t realivw IU but that's  what  I've beeu  trying to do,     .ou  know I've been alone a great deal of  my lite.    I've had more responsibility  than uiOHt Klrls    I've hnd to decide  things  tor  myself  and  the younger  onus and do the best 1 could for ull  of us "  "Yes, I know that Thero'a nobody  like you, Judith'  "I'm gtucl it you think that."  "I'll in ways i hum tlmt, Judith," ho  exclaimed passionately, "And I'll always tevi ull that I've loat."  "Haven't you brought It ou yourself'.*" she asked (illicitly.  Brand Meixed both Her hands, ond In  n teiii'iest ot emotion, long suppressed,  Uo rose nnd bent over Her.  "Ob, (Jean*>.i, lani wu have this one  moment"-he was aroused to u pitch  she luul never seen linn reach boforo���������  "evt>u It we never have another, without thinking of anything except���������except ('Hen oihur?" lie Ni'iilcd himself  close to her.  "Wheeler, I've n little story I wnnt  to tell you," she saut loudly, yet andly.  HIio spoke na one pleading Iti n vital  cnuxo "Once upon a time tliere was a  girl, ii lid she rather liked n some whnt  gloomy young man But ono night  Nometlilng iiappeinil nnd thcti-they  didn't m|m'(ih tor n long time���������oh, a  very long iline But tliere were other  young nii'ii. nnd one ot I hem haa asked  tot-all toiimrrim tiMi-rimonni6o'clock,  Ue wns very serious about It. Von  see, the girl tins iieeu waiting ao long  that sties tivgiiiiiiug lo be a rrn Id-  afrukl thnl-er~ on, Wheeler, why  wont you drop It ml? It'a not too  latef  .-.,.. ,������������������-.. ',. ' ' '������������������-' ������������������''" "''������������������4 ix***  bnnAi In tits and in nnottier moment  ho atiMMl lieslde iter He threw bolli  bin arms around her and held ner cioaa  tu bis ooMJiii,  "Judith," be wlil*,|MTed passionately  to her  V..1*. ii*.*.. *> *���������'���������* ���������-..'.' '     .    ���������   ���������������  1' *���������"***  wa* her resiHiiisi4.  A* lhey ������ti������������l iliere In fund embrace,  I ber ll|������< rnlwd to UK Judge Bartelmy  She walked away slowly from her Iot*  er, her eyes wet wltb tears She went  out of the r������oui with ner father, lear-  Ing Wheeler  Brand standing  lu rhe middle of  the vooiu. overcome by the unconquerable sorrow that tilled  his soul.  The tower tag  11 gure of Nolan  npiK'iircd from  the library. He  stepped toward  the editor.  "Well, did you  put It through''"  he nsked.  Brand threw  bucit Ills bend,  and tils misery  was Imprinted In  every line of,his fai-e. Yet by superhuman will power he forced bis voice  Into steadiness as he said:  "Yes-1 put it through."  ;Tj be Continued.)  JOLLYING A STRANGER Could Hardly Walk  BUMPTUOUS  AMERICAN   LEARNS  ABOUT CANADA.  For Pains in Back  He Undertakes to Say How Much Bet*  ter Things Are Done Over the Line  and the Canadian Helps Him on  His Way ��������� Townships That Were  Named After the Governor's Wife's  Lap-Dogs.  I Kidneys Were in Bad Shape But Cure  |    Was Effected and all Credit Given  i       to  DR.    CHASE'S    KIDNEY  AND  LIVER   PILLS.  So many suffer from lamo, son'', nch-  1 ing back and do not- realize the seri-  jousnuas of their condition because  {they do not know that this is an un-  j mistukable symptom of diseased kid-  On a train running froth Penetang jm__.s,  to Toronto, the other duy, a Toronto  When it is so easy to get relief and]  ,���������...,      . ..       , ., I cure by using Dr. Chase's Kidney and I  man fell in with another of those iu* , Liwr Pills you   wol)ld    wond,r why I  growing Americans. He was one ot j anyone Should take the terrible risk, j  those summer visitors from across the j You can be sure of relief by using j  border   who,   being   outside   his  own | this medicine because, of its direct and !  "I put it thrrrm)!*.'  THE PIONEERS OF MELITA.  Four Men Who Remain of the Trail ;  Breakers Hold an Annual Picnic. ���������  There's a Pioneer's Picnic every [  summertime out from Melito on the |  Souris river. At the last old-timers'|  outing there were just four of the j  real trnil-breakers of the 'eighties. ���������  Of the '80 itself, three of them, and ,  before that arrived Mr. W. F. Thomas !  in '79. And because there are lone- I  some empty glasses more and more I  turned down these hurrying dnys be- j  twe.en one reunion of the voortrek- f  kers and the next, these four sturdy. I  jolly makers of Manitoba, nothing in j  fear, but faeine what might, be. made I  themselves a eiimnlire ns in days of j  ancieney. nnd n tepfo in the hack- j  ground." nnd told asrain the mellowed |  tales of the raw (irst year*. And the i  strangest stories enme. odillv. out of j  the mouth of Mr, Thnnin*?. a man of ���������  an   undiiiinted    merriment,    a'.-arte  country for the lirst time in his Ji to  was able to see on all sides of Imu  evidence in support of his opinion that  there is but one country in the woil.i  fit to inspire the real affection-ot ii.-  inhabitanis. From that country he  came, aud, as iu that laud all men  are free and equal, he w..s tlie equal  of any man in it���������and the superior .ji  most.  As the train ran out of Penetang he  addressed his humble but inferior traveling companion. ,  "These Canadian railways," he observed, "can make fair speed down  grades, but on tne level tney merely  crawl."  Not being an American of the ingrowing type, his companion glanced  hastily at the other passengers in the  small smoking compartment, seemed  embarrassed, said: "Never mind,"  and gazed resolutely out of tbe window  combined action on both liver and  kidneys. Ordinary kidney medicines  often tail because tliey do not awaken  the action of the liver ami bowels and  do not give tbe kidneys any chance,  to get well.  Mr. Fred Gumnier, Lillies, Leeds  Co., Out.., writes: "I can honestly  say   that    Dr.    Chase's Kidney   and  Liver Pills are a wonderful medicine.  For six weeks last fall 1 could hardly  walk for pains in the back resulting  from a bad case of kidney disease.  I tried seveial medicines but got no*  better.  "Seeing Dr. Chase's Kidney and  Liver Pills advertised 1 decided to  try them. Uy the time 1 had used  three boxes, I felt belter and kept  on until 1 used live boxes when L  felt as well ns 1 ever did. So satisfactory was this medicine that it is*  a pleasure to tell others about it."  Almost anybody enn tell you about  cures brought about by Dr. Chase'*?  Kidney nnd Liver Pills, Their action  is so direct and cm-tain thnt you will  not be using .them long without feeling the benefit.  Dr. Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills-  cure kidney diseases, bilousness, indigestion and constipation. One pill it  dose, 25 cts. a box, all dealers or Kd-  nianson, Bates & Co,, Toronto. Write-  for free copy of Dr. Chase's Recipes.  THE CM.A'S CHIEFTAIN.  W. H. Rowley Handles B13 Things In  a  Big Way.  W. H. Rowley of the E. B. Eddy  Co., at Ottawa and Hull, the new  president of the CM.A., is one of thc  most forceful men in Canadian industrial life.  Born in Nova Scotia, the son of an  j Anglican clergyman, Mr. Rqwley got  j the benefit ot perfect home training,  The complacent tourist reclined  in j. in a highly intellectual Canadian en  Going to See( What It Was  "There's something about your  daughter," Mr. Stttylnte said, reflectively���������"there's something about J'cur  daughter "  "Yes," snid old Tliistlepod. "there,  is. 1 have noticed it, myself. It comes-  every evening at'eight o'clock, and it-  doesn't go away till twelve o'clock;  nnd some of these, nights I am going  fo lift, it all the way from the front  parlor to the side gate, and see what  is in it."  his seat and also looked out of the  window, favoring the landscape witn  his important gaze. The stumps, hu  perceived (altho.^.i be did not speak  of itj were not Die fine free and equal  stumps that he was accustomed to sec  at home. .The.blasted stump of a  pine lookad as if it were the victim  of monarchial tyranny.  "Do you live in Canada?" he snid.  sweet   philosopher,  who.   losing one | turning to the Toronto man.  arm in early manhood, thanked God '     "Well, I exist here," was the reply,  for the   other,  mode   11 conspicuous   and   the  visitor  smiled  approval  of  success ot  his fnrniincr first. *'-<������������������* of : the distinction made,  his    business   ecb-rprises.    and   has '-     "Is  this   district   considered goo-i  -been-fnr-ma-nv-vea-rs-^ftomt^ country?    he asked, waivinu  urer of th- town  of Melitn  and thep1145, h"nd "tWWn'rdB-the-aron--������f-stone.--  rur-il municipality of Arthur.  Tt was in the onrin" of 1*^0. thirty :  years mro, that Mr. Thomas took up *  land   nenr Sourisford.  south   of  Me-;  Uta.   One   mcrnim*.   riding   a   little  native  pony,  he  left  his  shack    en  route   for   Winnipeg,   passina   south,  following the course of the Souris. A .  small supply of nrovisions  was cur- *  ried   in  a   suck  thrown   across   hia j  pony's bnck.    In that- remote spring j  tlieri. wns no settlement for one hutv I  dred miles north and eastward from .  Sourisford.   -Spring hnd opened early, j  nnd the snow hnd unite disappeared  by the close of March.   At the mouth  of Pluyi Creek, where   tho   town   0F1  Souris now  stands,  a  terrible storm  was .encountered.   The deep snow nnd  excessive cold  pr-'vented ndvatiee or  retreat.   A camp was made for 11 few  dnys- in   11 sh"ltcred   poplar   bluff in  the   valley.    The   snow   came   down  infermintimv. deenening' unbelievably  in un April world.   Thu meierre provisions became exhausted.    No hope  of goin-t on to Winnipeg or even h  nearer   shelter.     No   turning   bnck,  Food  became   tin  imperative   necessity to life.   Nothing would reduce to  that 'common   denominator  but   hi*  pony nnd bis dot!, nnd the dog knew,  ami  wns afraid.    His sacrifice   wns  even more rehictnnt on the pnrt of  his muster.    Rut  lie   furnished  food  during the first of the seven-*! dnyi������  in  which  the slow  return  trip wii*a  achieved.     And   nn   the   day   when  hunger wns ngnln  insistent nn   unfortunate skunk, passing  on   his nf-  fairs, wns desiwitched with n   single  fling of 11  hntchet  from  the   pony's  back.   A hearty grnco win voiced,   |t.  wns surely 11 rare experience ior even  11 dead skunk to hnvo thnnks returned for him.  "Now. would /ou ever believe ''fit  nl ino''" di-niiind* Mr. Thomas, with  11 twinkle of himself,  Aud the (inn.- Thnt wns hif.'r.  Duck diootinu, The nccidentnl dl**-  ehimif of lii������ gun. An arm hitdtv  frnctiireil. mid all mcdienl nld -n.i  fnr nwny to be even tliouirht of. Mnr  tideation of the i.rm had "d in when  tlin curtain risi-d on Mr. Dunn, n  veterinary iniri/i'on. looking lor Innd.  and cnllinu nt tlie stnmty in western,  wise, llefc is work In "his hnnd,  Mere urdiiiiirv skill. 11 sham knife. 11  hundsiiw. mid the urnce of tin.' ihnt  nlwiivs descends mi n ninn facing n  mini's wnrk ���������nnd the iirm is off. Ni  i-liiiirnlortii, either then or niter Mr,  Dntiti lives now in Dclonilrie. piit>u-  illU Iii.* culling niodentlv. It U snid.  but tlil*. history Is not of lilm.  The picnic it rt < I tin* dny'*" I..11" glorv  of green and gold over. Mr. Tlmmns  goes hack lo bis i|i)ill nnd his hook*,  and boosts Melitii with the fervent  txiont of wc������tcni creed*.  and stumps through which the train  was passing at. the moment.  "Oh, yes," said the Canuck, lighting his cigar, and quickly deciding to  be as useful as possible to the strain.'-  er.    "This  is  considered one  of  tin.  finest agricultural districts in Canada.  You'll trnvel a long way betcue yon  see  any   botter.    Why,  lots of  these  farms  aren't mortgaged."  "Quite a few stumps, though."  "Stumps don't matter.   We have a  narrow  one-horse  plow  and  can  yet  around the stumps all right."  - With his elbow be nudged his companion, evidently  believing  that the j  Hartelmy ginned mii-tousiy ���������*������������������ >'������������������ ' -������|i|*.*iiris| at tin* cttr.-ine end of the  ������dil'Hr, taeekltm for slgit*. ol deception, j room He gave a "ini'li-ii start an be  et a irai*. but ne foumi (hem oor.  "Mr  I.mint, 'anm *i<i j"������i -wiut'i"' tw  ���������Mtt-Ml ���������harpiy.  "VM.*!! m it   l*olUi to yjU**"  "I wtvukl prvf������r >ou 10 an th* Ug  about   tlomnV   atked   Iba  aaimeil Hr-ud. *-t������liig-"ln cn*h  "Nd."  Jwtea-  ���������*������������**.���������*  aentanv  "Hatl***������t ���������H*-*rt mwtv������> for tort*, a ���������lorn,*'  prot'TfDf.gl4.    "\Mwrt4 ������liall I mi* J out*  "Af my ������.������tw "  -Mim* ,Jtl*t*-1tim KtUitiH-e. S������. no  } f*t-������������f**r j.**** i" umt*- i������. ������-������ ri.miit*t������ri  ab.Mii  oo������ii> t<t(H,rruw     \V> *twil be  saw tbeir .ilrlitlun lo all else but .l>m-  ������,lv>'>4 (II* 111I1I Mn.* i'V.i* utmna wllli  tbe ������Hil������fnni"ii 1 but tilled lilm. IIa  hii.l dune n t'list (Iuv'h murk, he eon-  ftrntulMlcd tiinm<-ir II.' Imd srranged  ti. buy llraiHl'** sH������4ik* f.# ilU't-O  **lw*������ It wa* it-niiy ���������������������������rth twl.** tnat  mm. to a mnn of itn> t nited St a tea  Judge's wenllh nnd ���������(ntitini* Wfiy. tM������  bed ������.iigi(wiiy |.U������n������-*. x- tS*m Hrand  twl-e tf-nt mum n* * u.dllnf pl*-������*l.t  wben Im* n������..rrn-d JimIIUi  ���������������r nrmnl" tb^ tthi^e ^*sr|ari>>4. "1  ���������Hi .ail al ymir offt .* t.miuht at 9  ���������Yfrnrfc. Jiwlit.ft I ���������'���������> ttiAy tn pt  now"  Tb# e������>0B������> -rtrew tptirt lo rrottfutkiB.  Fnrjltah Ft������.hinns.  Hnron wna (ormert> (be uul) ilile la  tlie iKHTnge,  r#ch of ibe ltrttt������b l-reiidnmitttita  hna a Imspltiil with h ������������������ii|iaclty for all-  iy 1'itilenis.  U.'v.u *. ���������.:'.'��������� '" "��������� r-*'e'������l������ii tmr-r  ran be put In 11 ������.*ii or wut wi prison  ha mual lie n-vorteil rmillenlly fit to  undartco ibe puiilsbuietit  A domeatlc servant In I'.tigliind mny  tw ���������iliain*������i������4d whin.ui n..ti.e for ili 11 u-  simple Cnmulian victim would not ob  serve the action.  "Do you kuow what we would do  with those stumps over iu our coun-  tryr"  "What:'"  "We'd pull them up."  "Woll, of course," admitted the Canuck, "that's what farmers do with  stumps as soon as they gel loo-n  enough."  "Hut," leaning over triumphantly,  "in our country we don't wait fur  them to uet loose. Wo have wnnt we  call slumping machines, and we'd go  into a held like that and yank 'cm  ill out in one dny."  "Oh, como off."  The stranger then gave a full a.-.-  plnuntion of the slumping mnciiine*-,  , and how it works, to which the throe  or four Canadians listened with every  show ot interest und surprise,  "Uy the wny," he added, "do you  ������ee the name on that milU 'The Flo*  Milling Co.' Well, the wuy that mill  got its namo is worth knowint*. Thii-  used to be tho township of Flos, Ther-i  wero three townships here, nnd wu lui'l  a (joveriior-Genoriif over, sent out from  Kngland to govern ua, and ho niiniod  the threo townships Tiny, Tay, ami  Flos, nfter his wife's three dogs,"  "Named tlneo ol your .towu.-iups nl  ter his wife's dogs, did huf Whut did  you sny tho mime* wetor"  "Tiny, Tuy, (..id Flos."  He wroto tliom down,  "They wete Inp dojjii," nddwl the  Cniiuek,   "King Charles spaniels,"  "Isinu Charles Mpuniols," glouted the  tourist, milling umse word* to )u-  notes, "and couldn't you people do  anything to keep your Uiwuslups hn  ing 111111n.nl niter your goviruor'*  dt>u sr"  "ilo I What could wo dor"  Another violent nudge wu* here given t������ htr eiletit and mlber uuo-iivinc  od 11.in*.union, nud hi* face clearly  snid. "Isn't thi* lino, SVnteb nte drnw  thin IcIIii-a uut. 1 wouldn't have 11 lined tin* tnr a good deal."  "Wiir-n't tiiero ���������anything you coulrl  dor Coiildii t you have held a um*-.  inectiuK und ���������.cared the *ttilling out of  the old skee".it'kiir"  The Cninick hxiked nlarmed. "Don't  ���������l>eiik like ihnt," he cuutioiu-d; "you  never know  who'* on a train  like  Will., ������..* cuuel, iia iuu *~j, '.,..,t.  ),(..! n ii,������ ir.i-i-t'.n-r, hut lhe soldier*  would hnvM been down on uu, in ������hort  order."  A glare In tbe eye ot an ������-UWly  Cfttattifiaii. who hnd entured the eom.  pnrtment iu the middle of tbo con.  v.-r-"itli.ii wnriied tits fell.iW-eoUlitry.  man that thcru would be uu e������ji,i,rinii  in n moment, und tu ha wonted to go  away ami Inugli. he row ha.tily an,|  excused biniMilf, saying he would be  back.  Hm when he returned in halt an  aenem TJJI^I j^v.4. ������i inter im-imiao I hour u W1W oniy m ,vjdei��������� ,ImU lh;  t^nce.  ft"   tHHfllt  .llsi.li.illelli'e  lo  rt4** '  aonabla ordera ar {���������*, ftim.* miwottduct  Animal Uio,  ������i.������..klng c.ii.pnrtmotit bad bean a bnt* ll_'���������������*,*��������� hlmmlt. *nd >l.(l   %l  tklkl.t     ll.e   el.urly   Caiiadmn   bn.l   ',T W^r     [- '��������� '- "' <  g.,t into a imt *ramjl������ with tha in-   '������������������������������������J-; ",,������ ���������"'��������������������� ������������ di*rowr  Krua.uH .\...,i...iu. uud they -acre n*   'TM x* "������,4*-M\* ""'^ w*  aotr������e<)(ii*-*   lix*   utten.  rbMaanta  laa-ra.  A  l*** baa llvi-il   I'i 1 day*  fi������il.  A etttnel bi* !���������(������������> .i������* .'.<ri-.ii.tt |h������w-  er ot nn os.  KniiiXnr**tm will, li Is dm-in red, aoon  tm <*������ll������- I  intS* rl.-l.ti.ttit-. taeinh sit l.n.i; largf  wh������l<--, i->������ lona.  Iniiitti-t on *|H-aki!ig term**  "Why," -aid the Canuck afterward*.  "���������*ii������l I .li I tun-, all right.  Tbe man  ��������� wa* u ������tr.H������g������*r in the couritrf-~in a  without \ t tnt** he wn* ������ guist, and I jmt lei  . . im whnt lir *������ntMl to mat."  lint *.,me*bere over in Ihe great t*.  public rj nmn i������ telling ibe *U.ry ut  Tiny, Tay. and Flo* a* proof ol tha  wny in winch Canada i* oppressed by  th* opr'ntton* of ��������� lyranrMU* uiou  ateby "-Toronto Wtwltly Star.  vironment, with the best private and  public schooling, developing in him a  determination and posttiveness of  character that has carried him to a  hieh point of success. His lofty sense  of business honor, his sturdy loyalty  to British traditions, his exuberant  love of country, his buoyant joy in  outdoor recreations, his fine hospitality, may all be traced to the lessons  learnt in the house of his father and  the example set by that sterling Christian gentleman.        ^  Mr. Rowley has been prominent in  the large industrial life of Canada for  a generation, yet is still in his prime.  -His-career~L--egai*jn_a^Mkj_Jtle waa^  manager of the Ottawa brancirHTheT  Bank of Montreal for years. In this  capacity he came in touch with E. B.  Eddy, of the E. B. Eddy Paper Co.,  Hull, Que. Mr. Eddy, a keen, down-  east Yankee, knew a good man when  he saw him. He buckled Mr. Rowley  to him and to hts business. From  that time till Mr. Eddy's death a  few years ago, Mr. Rowley was his  right' hand man, working with him  shoulder to shoulder in laying the  foundations ol what is to-day the largest industry of its kind in the British  Empire.  When the fire took placo ten years  ngo, wiping out tlie E. B. Eddy plant  nt Hull, Mr, Eddy found in Mr. Rowley a man of boundless optimism and  superlative capacity for ruconstruo.  tion. Out of the ashes arose n magnificent plai.t that stands to-day as a  monument to tlie genius of E. B.  Eddy aud the proven business acumen  of \V. H. Row.oy and his persevering  associates.  Mr. Rowley, since Mr. Eddy's death,  hns been president of the company,  For twenty years, like a full-powered  dynamo he has worked for tho success  of that company. He has seen it grow  to live times its '.inner nir.0,  Mr. Rowley is 11 nmn of Inrgo affairs. He has vision and vigor, He  hns nil his life boon in tho habit ol  dealing with matters of great import-  tujpe in tho business world; ho know*)  big things ntul handles them in n  big way.  His Knowledge of business conditions in Cnttndft Is second to no otto's  Thu years ho noent with the Bunk of  Montreal put him in touch with the  fuwl/imontnl* of industry. His elo-ie  unsocial ion with the Into Mr, E.IJy  nnd his dirge tmdertnkitign, schooled  him to grapple with nny Industrial  problem, tm mutter how great. Hence  In his cnree.r he hn* been brought Into piiiMJtinl intimacy with the iiui*-t.,t  minds ol fit.two and Industry of  C'tinndn, nnd he is of thoir kin, l*,?r  haps tm imtiun.sij-ed man of iinlustrv  is moro widely or hotter known thnn  ho. He has the happy human faculty  of keeping his friendship* green,  Mr, Rowley is nn ardont club mnn,  ns to the ttiiiuor horn, Hu Is a keen  horseman, In religion ho in it devot.  od ndhpront of tlm Anglican Church,  occupying no menu portion among  hiyttidii in the diocese of Ottnwn.  A Boxer Who Cam* Back.  Wince the institutional church became popular in Toronto, thoro ho*  been n (?rent growth in tho number  of tidiii*. aiid athletic orgauir.iitiort*  benrlng the nnme* of *nint*. and in  iilmost every pnrt of tho city gyiunn  siuniH miiy lie found, especially connected with the Anglican ami Roman  Catholic Churches. A story I* lol I  by a member of the latter church who  ha* been accustomed to ndd to hU  i-hvsionl fitness by boxing for a few  hour* each evening,  l"W jy.Aii X���������. yri -.* tired ..f the* *������������������*(������������������������������������  else and "called n halt, HI* -.parrine  partner wn* waiting anxlou*ly to re-  ���������;."������������������ liostilitic**, but be w������* nol an*  ' ���������> '��������� do so, nnd while they waited  a :���������*"���������**������. 'fferod to aee how much he  **.���������,,���������, ��������� ���������������������������\ ,,1 ou, nmvdv nrt of *e|f.  defence, which he bad known in hi*  youth. Now. it happened thnt lhe*  ������������������pnrrinB pirtnor wn* nn excellent  boxer, but he did not know how often  it would bo rcMpoctlut to land on hi*  reverent oprto'ient.   Ha ������tfirte.l in to  n**um������  take th������  thut be  want aftei  the ������pnrmiK ������������������nrtmr in gnat style  He hit horn* ������<> often that he mntiag  ������d lo ruffle the other man'* t#mp*������r,  (iul nt tawt the sparring partner pam  ��������� .I. He took one gnol took nt hf* opponent nnd said, "l/iok out, lather.  Vm muting."  \ winnit. later the father under-  sbsnl what the nnnonne<������nw4nt meant  He made on* ineffectual effort to protect himself, nnd thon to the amuse,  own! of th������������ gathered athlet** be mt-a*-  ured In* lull length on hi* back.  In ft Scottish village where a young  doctor had lately st-ut-d practice a  workman hnd the misfortune to get  his finger bruised badly in one of the  machines. A doctor was sent for, and  on properly dressing- the finger the  men n-a-lv fainted He vas asked  if he would take a little spirits to revive him. -.        ���������  '"Man," he exclaimed, with feeling,  "thnt wud just be the very life 0' me.'r  The doctor gave him a st'ff tumblerful, which he greedily swallowed, and  on recovering his bieath his first*  words were:  "Wool, doctor, I ken unco little  --���������-L)m>Lw__f '3hi\l, but,  ye keep grand  Enraged Creditor���������-"I hnve had enough of mounting these'stairs, every  dav fo collect this bill." ,.   ..  Debtor���������"Well, I enn tell yon a  piece of news thnt will please you.  After tomorrow I'm going to live in  the basement."  TELL  ti  }}  One says, "I have Great Faith In  Cuticura Remedies," Another*, ���������  "They Always Bring Results."  ���������  *������  "I wish to let, you know of a couplo of  recent cure* which I havo mado by tlio usa  of the Cutieurt. llcmedicii.  Last August, Mr.   o( tlii* city came to ray oflice, troubled  with a ������cvcro skin eruption. At llrst I could  not understand tho nature of tho case. I  filially truccd It to Ills occupation, ax lie wa* *  painter ainl decorator. It wa* dermatlti* In  it* wo rut form, it ntarteil with a hllglit eruption mid would affect most part* ot tu* body-���������  tlilclm, elbow* client, hack and abdomen ���������  and would terminate In littlo piintnles. The-  ttclilits and burnlnK was (irrwllul and ho  would ������lmo*t tear hi* skin, apart, trying to  get relief. 1 recommended ull the various  treat men tn I could think of umi lie ������p--nt  about fifteen dollar* on prescription* but  nothlntt seemed to help lilm.  "In llie meatuim* my wlfd who wa* eon-  tlnuiilly Mifferliu, with, a *lli_t skin trouble  and wfio Iwd b*#n trying different prenc'lp*  tlon* and method* wllh my -tuwlslinca, told  mn *hn wim going to tel *ome of the Cuticura  Kemedte*. Uut an I old not know much about  Cuticura at that time I wa* doubtful whether  It would lirlp tier. Her *kln would llili-ken,  break unit bleed, wix-clally on tlie linger*,  wrlKt* nml arm*. J could (to nothing lo relieve lier permanently. When *he first ������p������  piled llm warm hath* of Ctitirum Scmp ami  (.pt.llc.iioi'* ot Cuttcura Ointment alio aaw  iv itecldeit Improvement and In a few flay*  *lm wa������ completely cured, ��������� _   ,  "I lout no time in recorarn������ndln_ tho Out.*-  cura Hiimwlle* to Mr, ���������, ������inl till* Wu*  two month* tno, I told liiin to wauli with  warm I.Rth* ol tho Cuticura Hoaii and to  apply tlin Ctitlcura Ointment mnerotiiuy.  llelleve me. front llm very llr������t day'ti line of tli _  (.'utleur* Uemedte* lie wa* ureatly relieved  and to-day lie i* completely cured thrnugli  their uk*, I li������v*.Brei(i faltfi In llie Cullr-imv  Hemedle* mid nIiuIi ulway* Imve a u<k������'1 woul  tor I hem now llml J 11m cuiivliiccil oLtm'lr  wonderful merit*," (Hlimcl) It. I.. WI1I1--  IjHiul Mil., 108 nurtiivnitll Ht��������� lloatou,  Mu��������������������� July M, 1010.  Ah HioiikU In confirmation of tlii* rnont  ronvlnrlii___t������temei(t,lU. M. J-'lnlier, M,l-..  lliu I'oul, Md��������� wrlte*i "My luco wa* atltlcti d  tt*lili enema In llm year 1KD7. I inwd tin������  Cuticura Ri-medlm and mn* f-itllidr cuird.  I um a prat-tlclni plivulelan and very olleiv  prencrlb* Oiilleur* Ilemetllen In cu������e* or  ecxenia, nnd tliey have cured where other  formii *������ liave fiilnl. I am nol In the hahlt  of endomlnu piteiit medleine*, but when t  find mmnilm 's������*������#**iiiK tru* merit, ������uch ai.  tlie Cuticura Hetni'rtlei. du, 1 tun l-to������d-  mliided enoiiidi to nrnrlalm their virtue* lo  tlio world, I hav# been practlrlna medlrlnn  for twentymo*, and miiitny T nndyour  \t. ....At..'4'Vn^1 1 .till and (he CutlMirr.  Homed te*.** food a* *������������.    (*������'���������'��������� *������������������>*) 1  l.rlni' re'iiill. '��������� %  a-cutlrora IWiiiwIloaar* matd ������) .i.u^irhli  overywliere. Putler priif' * (them, Corp,,  Bole Ymya.i ������o������wn, Ita**, Mailed .fro*, on  ,r>>qu������-������t i*t*** it-pat* Outlrura Hook on tM  itwedy traatoiml of akin t"   FREEH  *tb\t tUtgtM -#at������h,  item wind and *c.. taner  tntra-rrd .lotio hilvk**  ���������aiei  aie*. rv-LVt oliABiK.  m^AmTm  tmwmbfdnmiwtaim*  ilty enlnn-il ana emt******  flenfiia tn Yi*4**. wttwH.  men, Jntt tawr  _     IUa������������l_*f_w������ir.  maymat mama vm aoa ret*.  ������������ify_*-mttrs, aoa *��������� ������rll!  HotMar, VmUt, ae,   Tnu  twmAt���������   ^- "���������  %������  Mamir.  ionr_*M wo a., .-_.--  ���������if������aia*RWs  *mntim'r*mtni  4T.T aotr* rrw w/  Dtat at Toronto, Out  W. N. U.. Na. |l������. 0  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ?*>*wi������'*>:tfmHVAV;t������i/<*?*iu^^  ���������tfW<X4!S*^Ki>S&&Xtt^  '���������.-������':-irt<iii*c������>/������.--~,:  AQY4/  YEAST CAKES  MOST PERFECT MADE  We know and users of Royal Yeast Cakes know that these  are the best goods of the kind in the World. Bread made with  Royal Yeast will keep moist and fresh longer than that made with  any other.   Do not experiment���������there is no other "just as good."  MSM^-  Wlnnlpofs  E. W QIU.HTT 00. LTD. Toronto, Ont.  Awardad i.la-t*>*et honors at all Kxposltlona.  Montreal  N*_t__t*T  MADE IN CANADA Mffljaa  rt'TtUVi'l r*AUV I e^Od-W" * M.1. r*J> t  m  mm*  m'tim'Mmw*m'--  A Scot's Canny Advice  j In "Dr. Alexander B.yce's book on  | "Laws of Life and Health" there is a  (delightful touch exposing the histri-  ionic mood of a "man of sentiment."  j An aged Scot told his minister that  I be wes about to make a pilgrimage to  I the Holy Land.  j    "And when  I am there," said the  pilgrim  complacently,  "I'll  read  the  (Ten Commandments aloud   frae   the  | tap o' Mount Sin.-ii."  |    The minister looked at him with nn  eye of pity and snid:  "Sandy,  tnk'  my  advice:    Bide  at  Inline and keep them."��������� Buffalo News.  I He mude Irs wife keep a cash ne-  | count. Every week he would go over  \ it, growling and grumbling like this:  j "Look here, Hannah, mustard plasl-  jers, a shilling; three teeth extracted,  | ten shillings. There's, eleven shillings in one week spent for your priv-  |iite pleasure. Do you think I'm made  of money?"  LADY ERSKINE'S CAREER.  Didn't Want to Add to His Misery  Departing Guest (to cashier)���������You  have made a mistake in my bill.; lt  ������������������should bo $14 instead .of $13.  "Al rigid, sir'.' 1 thougnt maybe you  might  lw superstitious;" ;���������" -  If a man found a million dollars  he'd find the same number of relatives  the very next minute.   '     ' ' "       ' :  DEAFNESS CANNOT BE -CURED ���������  by local applications, as* they, ecinnov  reach the diseased portion of the ear.  There i.s only one way to..he,ui-e. deafness,' and that is by constitutional  remedies. Deafness is causecT-'-iiy an  inflamed condition of the niucous4iu,-  ing of the Eustachian Tube. VV^ien  tins tube is ��������� inflamed you have a  rumbling sound or. inipeHe'it'^i'earing,  and wlleii it is "entirely clwsdd, ��������� deafness is the result,--and.unless, the-inflammation can be taken out and, this  tube restored to its normal condition,  hearing will be destroyed forever;  nine cases out of ten are caused by  Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed eondition: of the mucous sur-  , faces.  We will give One Hundred Dollars  for any case of" Deafiiess (Caused* by  -catarrh) that cannot- bei.curad by  Hall's Cntiirrh Cure.; Send.for. circulars   free ^  F.' .1. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.  Sold bv Druggists, 75c.    -  Take Hull's Family pills, for constipation.  Useful in His Sphere  "That, Ship girl married a clerk,  didn't she?"  "1 belieye.be is known in the store  as a counter irritant."  The Preacher���������"We never realize  the full value of anything, unt.l we  lose it."  The Bereaved , Willow���������"That's so;  especially if the.lost thing is insured."  wasupIgaIsta  hard combination  BUT     DODD'S     KIDNEY     PILLS  VANQUISHED THEM ALL.  Sundridge map sufferirtg .from Gravel,  Diabetes and Dropsy finds an .easy  and complete cure.-*--.-. .  Sundridge, Ont.. (Special).���������Gravel,  Diabetes and Dropsy are a terrible  combination for one man to have, it  means that hrs life.is in--the, gravest  danger, unless like. George-Yahhoqser,  a well-known resident of this place, he.  finds the simple and natural, 'cure.  Here j-s the story. Jilr. Vanhoose'r tells,  and all the neighbors know every  word of it,is true:'  "1 had pains-in4 my back and across  i the loiiis.   My stomach would swell, I  _, .    . ,     . ,,   .-.���������_,. : was constipated'and I .had sharp cut  ���������ThiS=is^n=oxti-a&WXi^  r.a.P?!!..tl!BA.!,a*flI1 Ln*llsh coIumn for;'nie sure that I was suffering from the  foreign readers:  'Shooting    Outrage  0    Fearful  terrible Gravel.   The doctor attended  ���������    ���������..ww���������..,    _-......���������.-        _    -,���������-; i me, but I kept getting worse every  Agony.���������Khoon Tong Nvas a man oi;. day> ���������    B       6 '  Langoon and on his return 'accident-  ally shot at by some; miscreant scoun.  drels. Untimely death, oh fearful!  All men expressed their mourn. The  cowardice dogs is still at large."  A Weil-Known Man.  Minard's I.initnont Co., Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������Kcnti recontnicnd .your  -MINAKD'S LINIMENT for Rheumatism nnd Sprains, as I have used it  for both with excellent results.  Yours tiuly, '*.;  T, JJ. I.AVBRS..  St, John.  Bricklayer (to mi>to who has had a  liodful of bricks full on his feet)���������  Prop'd 'onr on' your too! That's  nothin'. Why I seen n bloke got  lulled hIoiki dead, nn' ,'c never mndo  such n lilooiiiin' fujs as you're doin'."  It Rubs Pain Away.���������Thore is no  Iirrfhic.it so efliencious in overcoming  juiin ns Dr. Thomas' Keloetric Oil.  Thc liaiul that rubs it, in jiilni ,th.o  piiin nwny nnd on this account there  is no preparation tlint stands so high  in public esteem. Th-ero is no surer  pnin*killi-r procurable as thousands  can ntli'Ht who havo used it, siu-eoss*.  fully in treating ninny ailments,  Tho following entry iippo'irs in tho  ���������"Visitor*.' Honk" nf nn hotel in  t.uornscv.  "The living here is good, plain��������� and  isubstiintlnl. So Is the waitress."  * .���������.' -���������'     i   . -,  tn _______  ooioklyiiopa ootjiha, oures oolda, haala  (be throat ana ansa, *  ��������� ������ 85 eantn,  Tha Thing Needful'  ���������Muck," wild his sinter, "you're not  going tn marry. Hint Miss Du (Uitterh  She hmi im i-i'iiho." ,, ,  .lack���������Hut she has the dollnrs.  "Others had told me of the great  good Dodd's Kidney Pills had clone  j them and I determined to try them.  : Six., boxes made, a new mail of me."  I .Grave!, Dropsy rind Diabetes are all  either' Kidney 'Diseases' >or are. caused  I by 'diseased Kidneys;. The easy and  j natmal way to euro-them is to use  ���������j.Dpdd.'s Kidney��������� Pills*. They never fail  I lo euro any foruj' of Kidney Disease.  ' Clork���������"I want iiioro salary, sir, be-  | cause I am. going to'get married."  |    Employer: "But 1 don't,- believe in  .'unions' raising tho price'of labor."  Trial Is Inexpensive.���������To those who  suffer .from dyspepsia, indigestion,  rheumatism or,nny ailment arising  from dorniigoiiient of the digestive  system, a trial of Parmelee's ��������� Vogo-  table Pills is 'recommended,- should  the sufferer hn unacquainted with  them. The trial will bo inexpensive  and the result will he, another customer for this excellent medicine.  So' effective is their action tbnt many  euros-can certainly ho traced to their  use where other pills have proved ineffective. , t  A BUSY DISCOVERER.  .  When an artist i-s hard'up all he hns  to do is to draw on hisViinviis,  "ITow do you 'h'-oho he id's 'round  de VvonV'ii de wny he dou***?"  "If T knowed dat- I woul In't jest be  xtfiindin' hero looking on '"���������Life,  ,,|t        ,     ������������������ ���������*,  N,i)tir).v .nil children,, ii'-ej subject to  worths, nnd mimy a tie horn with thnn,,  Sl'inrc llii'tn suffering by using Mothor  fi raves' Worm Hyt-erinini tor, the best  remedy of its kind that crn he hud,  Qualified  "lli'i'dief,  the  butcher,  has  u  inns  sou that weighs eight pounds."   ������  * "I suppose lliu tlii.Itly weighed holies  and all,"  Your Druggist Will Tell You  Murine Kyo Henii'dy ,ir������Iievt>������ Son  -'.yen, -StroiiRtlioiiH . Wpnk Kyi's,  Doesn't Smart, Soothe* , 1'Jyo Pain,  ������jid unlls for fltlc, Try Murine'in  Your JvyeK ntid in Bnliy'*. Kyea for  Scaly Eyelids and Granulation.        1  The Sir Thomas More Is Not the Only  v Picture Carter Has "Found." "  Mr. J. Purvis (or Perves) Carter, tin-  "English art expert," who is allege-*  to''have discovered in Montreal a  portrait of Sir Thomas More from tne  brush of Albrecht Durer, is given tc  discoveries cf this nature. Last spring  he circulated a story that he, had discovered portraits of King George III.  and. Queen Charlotte by Sir Joshua  Reynolds at Fredericton, N.B. Commenting on the discovery at the time,  The Fredericton Mai! said: "Even  asstt'ining-the statement.to be correct,  it can hardly be classed as a valuable discovery, for in the hand book  of Fredericton, first issued by th*  Tourist Association some years ago, il  is stated there that these pictures ar4.  the work of that artist. But the "mat  ter-appears to be open to very considerable doubt notwithstanding all th������  expert knowledge brought to bear or;  the:'matter by Mr. Carter." The pa.  per-then published the following extract from- "The Lives of the Judge?  of New Brunswick": "Much speculation has at various times been indulg  ed��������� a-* .to what artist painted the portraits of King George III. and Queen  Charlotte in the Legislative Assembly  at Fredericton. The supposition that  they are from the brush of Sir Joshua  Reynolds must be dismissed as wholly  a inadmis.-dble. There is no evidence  to warrant it, and the circumstance*  ,rjomtJa,anather^irection,_.The,sii-ojist.  probability is that they were painte 1  by Allan Ramsay, who for years was  a great favorite at Court, and principal painter to the King. . . . It is  stated that His Majesty invariably  present portraits of himself and the  Queen to all his ambassadors and governors of colonies, and that in consequence, Ramsay had a busy time in  manufacturing these royal effigies.  Ramsay met with a painful and un  fortunate accident in the' dislocation  of" his right arm, which seriously in  torfered with his professional work.  Seeking health, ho in consequence  made a third visit to Rome, leaving,  to his pupil, Philip Reinagle, an or-'  der to. complete during* his absence  'fifty pairs of Kings and Queens nt  ten guineas each,' which was afterward*, increased to thirtytjguinens. It  took six years to complete this order,  and Reintigla's imitation of Ramsay ?  stylo was such thnt the work of the  pupil could not bo distinguished from  that of the mnste/. It is quite cvi-  dent the portraits at Fredericton nrr*  from Ramsay's brush, or from thnt of  Reinagle, with subordinate parts fllUd  in by assistants, Tho writer has seen  tho jiortraits of the King at Oxford,  England; in tho National Gallery,  London; nt Halifax, Nova Scotiai and  at Fredericton, and tlio great similarity in trentment is almost conclusive,  evidence they nro by the same artist"  WHEN HEALTH  IS RUN DOWN  A Tonic Such as Dr. Williams'   PinK   Pills   is  Promptly Needed.  When the health is run' down from  any cause whatever, a tonic is needed. A feeling of weakness, poor appetite, loss of breath after slight  exertion, indicates that a comj.lete  breakdown is near. Sometimes  these troubles are due to overwork  or worry, or again they liiay be due  to the after effects of fever or some  wasting illness. Bat whatever the  cnu.se the trouble should not be neglected, and for the purpose of gaining new health and new strength  there is absolutely no better medicine than Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  which fill the veins with new, rich  blood, which tones and strengthens  every nerve and every organ in the  body. Mrs. Rose A. Smith, Roblin,  Man., says: "Some years ago I had  a severp attack of . typhoid fever.  When I recovered* sufficient's-- to be  able to'get about I found that I was  not' able to gatner up my strength.  I tried tonic wines and other medicines, but without avail. For months  I. could hardly go up stairs, and ii, I  took a walk I was always obliged  4o-take--a--fr.iend-wit.h--,me--tJo-help-me*  home again. A doctor had again  been called in, but he said I would  grow out of it in time and gave me  more medicine, but instead of gaining I kept getting worse, and was at  last obliged to take to my bed. One  day while lying reading I chanced to  come across a cure male by Dr,  Williams' Pink Pills, and this decided me to try them. Before I had  taken the pills long I begun to feel  a decided improvement and my  friends also said I wns beginning to  look like my old self ngirn. From  this on tho improvement was steady,  but 1 continued to take t-*e I^ills for  ti couple months, when I felt that the  cure was complete. Several years  liave passed since then nnd ns I'have  remained in the. best of h<-nlth I am  -.warranted in siying that the curo is  permanent, and I freelv give this  stfilemont for the benefit it mav bring  to others."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, ������-c sold  by nil medicine dealers or may he  hnd by mail at r>i) cuts it box or  six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr,  Williams' Medicino Co., Brockville,  Ont.  Woman Who Died Mysteriously Was  a Trained Nurse.  Great interest has been excited all  over tho world over Uie mysterious  death of Lady Marjorie Erskine, whjo  had been missing a mouth when her  body was found by u workman, who  was searching for white heather on  the Scottish moors.  Lady Marjorie (whose full name was  ! Marjorie Gladys Stuart)  wns born lu  ' ItrtfO, so that she was just thirty year?  of age.  She was the second of tlm three  pretty daughters of bird and Lad/  liuclmn, her sisters being Lady Muriel, who married tha Hon. Charles  Heathcote-Drummond ' Willoughby,  second son of the Earl of Aneaste-,  and Lady Evelyn, now the wife of the  Hon. Walter Guinness, youngest sou  of Viscount Iveagh,  With wavy brown hair and dai-'i  eyes, Lady Marjorie was very popular in society, and she surprised her  friends a few yenrs ago when she announced her determination to become  a hospital nuroe.  She,went through a thorough training at Guy's Hospital, and then became a' nurse in the Clarence Ward  of the Children's Hospital in Great  Ormond street.  Wearing a pink cotton gown, with  the regulation white cuffs, collar an:l  cap, and $ white apron, she was known  as "Nurse Erskine," and only the  matron aiid sisters knew that.she was  .in reality Lady Marjorie Erskine.  Like other probationers, Lady Marjorie rose at six in the morning, aril.  went on night duty, also taking her  share oi the hard work, even helping  tc scrub out the wards, but her health  could not stand the strain, and shs  had to give it up after a year's training.  Like most of the members of Lord  Buchan's family, Lady Marjorie was  devoted to animals, and for a time  she looked after a home for the welfare of cats and dogs.  Just before Christmas, 190S, society  was interested in the announcement  that a marriage had been arranged  between Lady Marjorie and the Hon.  Arthur Brodrick, youngest brother jf  Viscount Middleton.  The-engagement came as a surprise,  as Mr. Brodrick, who is a well-known  and very popular man about town,  and who was born in 1868, had come  to be looked upon as an inveterate  bachelor.  The   surprise, however,   was   much  _gr.eater,_when���������in���������less���������than���������a���������fort-.  night's  time  the  announcement  was  made that the engagement had beeu  broken off.  The date oi the wedding had been  fixed for less than a month later, the  banns had been published in church,  nnd wedding presents wore being received.  Tuberculosis  Plenty of fresh s air,  sleeping out-doors and a  plain, nourishing diet are  all good and helpful, but  the most important of  allu  Scott's Emulsion  It is the standard treatment prescribed by physicians all o-rer the world  for this dread disease. It  is the ideal food-medicine to heal the lungs  and build up the wasting  body.  _ FOR SALK BY ALL DRUGGISTS   ;  Un  Stud It*., nam. et p.par tttt thi. ad. tor  ���������ur Wutl'Ml Sarin*. Buk mui. Child's  Sketch-Book, Eooh kick eoaUliu < Geo4  Luck P.B.J.  SCOTT & BOWNE  12S W.IW������n St., Watt. Toronto, Ont  "Th"t prima donna's voice is such o  velvety one,"  "I'erhnps that i** t1v> renson why she  makes a pile out of it,"  Booms the Cllmato,  Following on Sir Wilfrid Lnurii-r's  eloquent eulogy of the Ciiniidiini cli.  mute nt Red D"er rec,>itly, which  hiis received wile circulation in tho  press, London, Kng., hns bud a visit  from U. F. Stu.-mrt, the director nf  Camilla's splendid meteorological service. In an interview with n reporter, Mr. Stiipnrt snid:  "The (nniidinn cliinnte is not  .���������vim.'thing wi' iie.'d li" iwliiiniol at;  it is one of the assets of the country."  Mr, Stupurt went into ������ variety of  details which will be invaluable to  tliom* in Kni'lund who nre Htliiiulntliu:  the emigration movement, hut which  ure well-known to I'liiuidinii**, I will  only quote what he wnui regarding  the area which Iiuh he"ti no prominently brought into notice by Furl  OreyV tour and tlio movement for the  ruilway to Hud-aui liny,  ., "We extnliliidii'il fully equipped  ,tntioiiM hu*. year in the valley of tin  Why suffer from corns when  thoy  This  Visitor  Was  Disgusted.  The following incident,'occurred recently at one of those ports'on the St.  Lawrence River which are close to  the American frontier. A United  States citizen had landed and was  strolling about the streets, very evidently in a truculent mood, Ho encountered a Canadian custom.* officer  in uniform and nsked who owned a  yacht which was at anchor in the  river. "Oh, that yacht belongs to  the Hon. Mr, So-and-so," said the of-  fleer, naming a prominent Canadian  politician.  "Yah, T thought so," oaid thc Am-  erican, "some millionaire or political  thief, I suppose."  The customs oflicor hns the roputn.  tion of being a peaceuble man, but  the manner of the visitor milled him.  Grasping him by the shoulder, he  .said: "Look here, my mnn, Canadian  -loliiical representatives are not to bo  siiokon of in that wny in my presence," He gnve him a slinke and let  him go, Tho American, looking for  vengeance, sought out the customs of.  A September Sentiment  I shall not mourn the June time.  Nor yet the smiling May;  I'd rather have an oyster 1 "'.'  Than a rosebud any day.  ���������-Judge's Library.  BILIOUSNESS  ���������yr   is certainly one of thejmtist disagreeable ailments which flesh is  heir   to.     Coated *. tongue���������bitter  taste in the mouth��������� nausea��������� dizziness���������these combine,jto..make life  a burden.   The cause;'is a disDrd-  ered liver���������the cure,,-tpr.  Morse s  Indian   Root   Pills. _ y-They     go  straight to the root pt the trouble, '  put" the  liver  right,  cleanse  the =  stomach nnd   bowel's,    clear -the,  tongue and take away the bitter'  ._taste-J!j,X!m,4lia.mQ*4th^���������At-the^first-  sign of biliousness take  DR. MOUSE'S  INDIAN  ROpT  FILLS  Pleasing Gifts  There's, af ways  something *  suitable and appropriate  In silver. In buying,look  for Iht trade mark  184/ROGERS BROS.  The name covers a lint et  knives, forks, spoons, etc,  famouj for beauty and wear.  'Silver Plate that Wears"!  till in tilt, Uttitt. wiittit,  I        lie., st* ilimptt        i  MERIDEN   BRITS CO!"  hold nr natimn munm  FREE TO YOU  can be piiirilo-xly rooted out by using! ,iel,ll,s  "P01" ������.r,of]k'or  ������".������_ ,"l'l,,)  fill '      I f, *     t-. " n        /-./iMII.l.llhl tlfll Irt h        Kill i*       via    I t til IT       4 ll 1.*  II olio way's Corn Cu  Communicated  "Mrs, Uox'h husband suffers terribly  with dyspepsia."  "So does his family."  She���������"What  do  you   like  nhout  a  girlP"  H(..������������������"My arms, of course,"  Minard's Liniment Oures Burns, Etc, J  complaint, which was politely taken  down,  "Whnt will they likely do to him?"  ho enquired after all the facts were in  writing.  "Oh, I don't know," said His Majesty's representative, "Probably  they'll raise his salary."  "Well, this is a hell of a oountry."  said the American us he took his departure,  Rough on Sir Charles.  ..��������� , j JJujjy      ���������.0rj|)(,      (J.,,       '���������],]      ,,(      (),���������       ]���������������,,      fl).  Tho Gay Deceiver | Charles Todd, for ������o ninny years the  The hatiiinoels, hitched   beiii'/ith the j head of tho Adelaide Olworvntory. One  bitiff, of the lie-t i*. a ctory that Sir Charles  Hnoil   t, ,l-"ht'H   tn   hi*   humble; ' Used  to tell  nt  his own  exiietlSe.  tine itiotiii'iit you are safe enough, Whim visiting ona of  the  sinullor  Movwo  PlO*  TURK     M-4.*  OH IMR   AND  Mao to I.ANT-  krn combined.  If you wish to  give your  frli-wl* nn en-  tertnlnniBOt  thnt will make  them n-j-llt tlieir  sides fnuglilng  nt too coin 181  pletiiresBot  one of Uieso|  rom-lilni'*., .  Thny nre tlio  r limit. No moro  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������M'-a'iijn'aiili hours.  Villi uiiua miicnmu we give free films and  Itaiitorn sllilet with full direction* so ttiiU  anyone nan nin It, Vi* ������lye It FHI'.B  for soiling only KM worth of onr OOI.I)  KMHOSsP.n TOUT CAHttt. Tlie very  latest designs In vii-ws, Tloi.ii.AV,  Comios. fto��������� ������t n fnr Wo, Hnnd your .namo  anil id 'reus plainly written nnd we will for.  ward you a fmaKKji*". at oivrd* una oar mil pre*  mlum.l������t. Hut onn't delay, forwnfflvi, nn  extra present for nroaininns*, UOIIAl.r  001,1) l'KN CO,, Dept. mi Toronto, OnU>  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Green-"Whnf do   you ��������� mean   by I '"'.TiisV  ohentliiB me like this?   You hiiid thi*. 1 "nml  chain I hoiight, hero would'.nut a life*  time, nml here's all the plating worn  in a month I"*  Mo������ch-"MIh(. fiiemlt, I *mld dot  chain viuld last you a lifetime, pe-  cause vi-ii yoti puy it ynu look no ill  1   on  When Sir Jim, Cnvr -wiis In Gin*,*** "-_"N, '   l ft        ,     *     7n,  gow.in IMP?, he was h ke'd bV thi"inag.i M**?4*"4*.*'.-'  'tlv"r fro-n  Northern  Al*  l*tn.-e< whit Inscltthm    li-   me.o.it-  ���������"'rtM r,������'' l" '���������'." '.*���������"������������������������������������������������������'���������������������' I"'."*  mended fot the NiWjti tnalm: *tW.w. "''V th,MM ������rudwd,y eX���������. ,d..m Un,  Just, cnwrwlr ' Sir John iveoniiniiiiiledl "''"T"'^ V* ,U,i ������"? 'm.' wl.jl kVm,' '!  The Ilext you llilie a  tuinlili*.  ���������-.ludi'c'*  Library.  "And what, doc.-, Jack do fur a liv<  iug.'"  "Uncle, dear, y.nt can't exp.>et th������'  so,"  ������nld  one of  id  t'ie  toivii  |i' N<  llie   bailies,  holt's   cIom;  Mexico's cotton crop ban incrVased  .!..... *. uu* ji,!. snuui mi. <.<������������������  .uina-in a yw-, in*'.* IUMIU Imlun-tnt iion.mi  ���������dt  " -\y.ly.     ���������    V,  :iT  ������4.;"sir johu ,',.eoi.���������tilj.iii������.diri"(,.,",k V' it,,ti,,,,!i "ii wl.;l k("?I '!  o.u';  "tt,������,i,ow  b.  N.lti.;.,"  ������'���������������������������;���������, ������������������������������������"��������� ���������'���������!"'" "'" '���������"���������'" "'"'"������  northern region very (thorny, There  is, however, every reason to Slim,use  tuat grain will r. en iu the valley of  the .Mfickeitzii' river very nearly, if  not quite il" fnr 'M the Arctic circle  That dues not hold eond in. you eoine  eastward towur.'-* lluds.ni liny. Thi-  provnleiieo of eti-ti rn,, wipils  in the  kiwns of the colony hn called on a  man who hn I ���������'iiined a Inenl roputn-  Uon as n weather prophet. Without  ���������lisclosiiig his identity, Sir Churl.!**  't'ii������. to hi'ii-  "I dabble u little iu weather.pro-  I a iv to dn aiivtlii'ng lm a l.vii'.g while* 'N''11'*-** in,V"('ll'. Would you mini tell.,  ..e're cngiigi'dl" -'HI me bow you ariive at your con-  tiiirinun'f" ���������  "Oh, that's easy enough," was the  at hand, might ivo not julst say:  '(llii-gow fi. Ne^o'i, sax iih'Iih, an'  so it might serve as a monument an'  a milestone fooP"  i.'-.ly.   "Tii.r  ,n;,  in  ,\<li  I;  No better cigarette ihe aw-^ over than  ��������� lei'n'x.rnlnr.' rather low. iim.I (Iht.. I* '  | Ijabio to bo a great deal of rainy,  jdrixuly wuulher. Wont ward townrd*.  ' the Maek.-ti'/i" Illver t'������������ elitmite is  1 .jttite fnvornblo fur Holtli'meiil, nnd I  i think that far north country is a  ' region which will Ik* foil-id i'i ln> unite  uu  i 111 ��������� h , r 11.: il  J ml t til lm*  |(uliiilii..ii,  , Cyollsts' Paradise,  i DonmnrU Ih dcwritMMl In tht report  of Iho Amertenn consul tit Copenhagen  a* a wliwlmiin'is r-nfodlao, with nrt  nbtindanee of good roiid*., roik! IntM  anit Kp������������'inl truck*, tu rltli.* mul lew  gmdlcntn. In CopcnhngcD. tie any*.  tli.'i.- aiu lUHUKi c>'dUl������-pl'oUiU>  a  ' larg������ir proportion lo tbo popuiuUeu  tbau will bo found In ant inner ������-n������  Th* Itgl**.  An ���������flfjl* ���������.<������������������ Iwwri oMcrTMl to rict  , from tb* f*ruur-d aod dlnappetr Into  | the nicy xetttitn three mlnnre*. fiatfe*'  j Mn*t(n*a sour te twigbt* of imta  I tf������o 10.000 ten.  Inide  cnHi������l  Todd   who  puts  in  the  -������������������.-��������������������� ---,_.--       -mm   m,_���������,    -_     ,I|||(1.*I������    wllllt    III*    t lllllli.-    Ull'    Wl'lltllt'l ',S  auioIr.hretapa MUflu, ouresoolds, baalaJ ,.).,��������� ,,   )l(.   ,,,,,]  i   ,,u<,,v.  Itl*i   ;u,i  ,* Ihroatand lun,., .  .  . ������������ ������������������..���������������. ^"������ ������>}** ^J^r.ff, ������ I  .   ���������- ���������- -'���������-���������- | thittV the wny I score."  lhe only  phii-miit thing to it inun ! ... ���������.,..���������,  . ., . ���������,������������������,,  iih-.ui  nn  iii!erii,,.,ii  l.n  i- hIihi lii-| Seeing Around Corners.  Wife (loesti t make hill. go. |     rhf,.,t ������������������, ,mim, ,���������.,���������.��������� (v)|j,v|| h���������Vl,  Pom,, penpl.. ������..,.���������. I., -I  (heir onlv I  ", v,'r>'  ,IIV^,'   ���������,'r������.,.r.   **"i{* ��������� '"    Vlm,'n  fun out nt npotlinu utlier inlkh ,  : KID N EY  'ih. PILLS  '14  *,,UMAt f  "IIIITK   ''-  ' greater eoneuvity of th.ir 1-yi-4, i-ii-  j nbliiig tltetn to see nround the comer,  1 wi lo xpeiik, bi-hllel mid .it lil" elder..  j This dev.'l.ipliielit ill II...II ^i.ill.l  huve    ItH   oliji'i'tiuniibli'   |������.in*J,   but  j which might be tlm det.-i-u..ii of pick*  1 jioekoU,  I Love Taps.  1    " 'Arry. that Hal Hobins -my* you're  in love wiv "er -'liiin triii*. 1* it*-"  "(jura, don't yer take no iiutice av  ������r     i;,,,'  .-.s.ij-*k'-( *.t* .**  .-..,.   u....,iii.i-  thing.   I muy 'av.* give lur a elm or  nn. .iv*>r (In* a nr   I,'i'  tl*.''-  'dl lii.T.i  i.*. in it!"- t.i>iii|i,ii tij.iiiiuii.  W, N. U��������� No. 116.  Her Status.  l-.lltt" N'lithing v.ry -irn.iM about  t*t*t.  Stella���������I ahouM ���������*���������������>��������� v*' If thnt wv  man know lh.' world mi coining tj  nn ������nd n*������������t mi-rk 11 vx.ni t im ju*i likn  Imt lo write to tt newspaper askilii  what Vo do for bUcklttadi.  BLACK  KNIGHT  STOVE POLISH  Hon the "mark Knight"  come to your home ?  l>t him t-hmv you the  quick and fiw*/ way to i-hine  the '"tfivr"-  "HUck KniRht" takes  all the Imrd work and dirty  work out of move polfalriiiR.  It's a pante���������'to therein  no watery mixture to be  preparrd.  Just a tew rubs with cloth or  bra*b btbift* n mirror-like shine  that ��������� 'ytxi mn are your lace in".  And the shine lasts!  MwH ilMl.r. h������B<-..������ aad tttmmt*  t������.������art "lll������rk KnlgM Ml,.. I*u||th.  H jrm.r it.altr. an not iufp>i K, Mod  tat, far t til������ i-en-Mai postpaid,  tbi. r. r. oauty co. umnwjt.  Ummtttmm, em*. it  ittmimmmmi'lmrn THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Tlie CuratorM News  issued   Every   Tuesday  by  the  Comox   &   Cumber-land  Publishing   Company.  This paper, will not hold itself  responsible for the opinions of otii-  nr*, ae way appear in its columns  ���������.roui time to time.  TUESDAY,   Dee.   Oth,     1910,  coast land district.  O   ���������       ��������� , ������������������  District oi Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Edward C  Towusend of Vancouver, B. C f  geutloaian, intends to apply for per  iriiHrfon to purohase the following  described lands: Commencing at a  po-ft plan ted'abowl 7 uiileB north  and 2 mile? east of the noutheast  corner of CL 3o68, thence south 80  chain.*,, 'hence west 80 chains-,  thence north 80 chnins, thence east  80 chains, to post of coir-tnence-  ment, containing 040 acre.*., more or  ba*. EDWARD C TOWNSEND.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Frank W.  Let son, of Vancouver, B C, hroker,  intendfi to apply f*.r permission to  p.irciiase the following described  lands: Commencin<; at a poBt  planted about 7 mile** north and 2  mile-**, east ef the eoullvasi comer oi  CL So58, thence norih 80 chains,  ihence east 80 chains, thence south  80 c'.iaini4, thence west 80 chainB, to  post of commencement, containing  $40 f'cres, more or hnn,  FRANK W LEESON.  Duied July 27tb, 1910  COAST LAND DISTRIST.  District of Coast, Rango 2.  ���������-<iiLK--B-NOT-ir.������-tbat���������G-Mtge-^locs,  of Vancouver. B.C, broker, intends  to apply for permisrion to purchase  the following described lands: Com  munch.g at a post planted  about 7  ������������������ -  1 art ��������� e*      . 1  RUPERT LAND DIsTUIO 1'  District of Rupert.  inUes'n^th'and 2 mi'.������ i.t of the! J^JE^fr L KiwuA l^'  .. .._ tm   nnro .i..^.���������li*Y>-'l.\*ae}>ave*l*.*-*.,ojoni,aiii.n,Ti-tiv-  KUPEItTLAND DKI RICT  Distriot nf Ku.o t  TAKE notice that Lil a l*>a-i- r Jmi in-  H..n. of Vancouv.r, B. ��������� eci mi,M,,n.*i-  ritd woman-, intend.. t< n,.ply f> (������ nu <���������-.-  sioh to purchase the fiillnwii-* ilescibed  laudsi-U E. JeuklDwn.V ,-i. IC c .rner, ,  Oommenoiux at % puet. pla t,d ut 'he  nartb east corner of S<,:tj..,, j, Towoslnp  21, .hence weat 160 chai..,, the. eo north  *.������ chanui, more or Inn* to livotyin Lie,  thenoe east along th������ hike m.or.i to Tov.ii-  iihip line, thenoe south its ebaiu*. more ������r  lus* to plaoe of c iinu.onee,<.i'iit eoutniuiiii"  5*10 acres, nior-a or !������*.*..  LILLA KLKANOH JBNKlif.*.ON.  _. .   , , *Viu. Leiiiio, iXii.ut.  Dated June 23rd, 1910  KUPEBTLAND MSI ltfCT  Diitrict of Rupert.  TAKE NOTIOE th.t' L.ih Fl.reneo  Jenkinson, of Vanoouvci IS. *.;, oieuj-tiii u  Sputter, intends to apply :u ,.ruti n,ott  to purchase the followi 4 u.eo.ib.-.i innd.-:  CouiQ-������noiug at a po.t (*li4.,te nt th<-  north east corner of tn* Umi M>, T.wu-  s'uip tQ, thonce soutli Hi) ohuiua, llm .< .  weat 80 chain .*. tlteuoi* unrdi U0 ohaiu-i,  theuoe east 80 ch^ii-B t������ I'Loe of c tu-  iuenc*naeBt, co.. taininj,- QlQ <or.a wore  or less.  LILLA FLORENCE J ENKINjsON,  VV,������. L6titv, A\iO>i.  Dated June 21st 1910.  KUFEKT LAND UlSTlUiT  Dutriot of Kupeit  TAKE NOTICE that Paddy Clement  Blythe, of Vancouver, It, 0. i-coiiputio**  Logger, intends to sppl, for puruiiijsi.-u  to purohaae the following; deafen mm! Ihui-k:  Commenoinjr at a puA [dun.td a; tlm  southeast       coim-i-      ot Se*-  ticn 13. township 21, ni.rk.vl P. C. lily-  tli. 8, E. corner, thtno-. n* rth 80 cliai.*,  th.-coe wvBt 80 ohaius, truiio* bouili Ht)  chaius, theuce e^.t 80 cluu-y to place. A  uommeno-mmt, oontduiu^ 010 aorea  more or lean  PADDY CLEMENT KLYTHE  Dated June 39th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE notice that Wi:iim_ R,.b.i.s.i.,  of Vaucouver, B. C. oceii^U.. 8a..-s���������.au  luteudK to appjy f0r j,eruds.i-.n to imr-  chase the following d������Bo.ibr<i l,,,^.; 6 ui  meneiag at at a p.,,t pl.imej *.t ihe 6. K.  coruer ot tootion S4, T -v,.h,p -il, umiv  ecM_- tobmifim, rt. E. eoiU,r, *._,,.,.,..  norih 80 chaiua, thene������ w-r.8-. 80 ch-La,  theuce aouth 80 chaiuk. thc.co e._t bu  cliains to place ot coaim.ucoiueut, cout-m  iug W0 acres, m������.r������ or la__.  WILLIAM KOBINSON  r. ,  , r      ���������.        VVia. Leal*. AKOi:t.  -Dated Jviae-80thrl9l0.~ ���������=���������   aimVmat eon:er of CL 3858,. hence | e^^'iSsto^pVy' f.T^Zd  Dined,, July 27th, 1910,  KUIH-R'l: l.A'Nl) DISTKIC'I  Distrio-t '..it liupiTi,.  TAKE NOIIO!'", thin. Rath KozmC'lurl;  of Va. couver, H. C, ojvuputioii wurri.d  ���������wonmii, in qiuIh to apply for p.-.-uiiiwiou  to puroliiwo thii folloiviij*j; iLsoriliuJ htmli:  i'���������iii'.iivtiAnnn n% ii p Hi pl.ui.vd it, the  al'.Utll CIlHt O'll'liur uf SiOU.'ll 1, 1'ownnhip  21, thenoe norih,-80 clmius thBiic.* west  80 Chilian, thenco South 80 ohmius, thtnoi*  i.Net 8U cli.iim to placu ui e.miuiuu3eineat,  ajouUiuiui* 640 no rim, mere or l?tw.  RUT1J KKZIA CLARK,  Wm. Luidiu, .\������oat.  Uated Juue '..Ist, 1010.  puichase the fnlkmiug decrii.Ovi LdiIk:  C������BHiienoiti(? at a post planted ai ih-  uortb eait corner of Steiiou 1*J. T.'Whh'i-  21, theaee eust; 80 chuius, iLutice sub  40 chaina, theuco west 45 chaii.s luoieo  ,��������� .     i...      r. ��������� -     ���������  inula 80 chains, theuce went 80  (.hnins, theuce south 80 chains.  thence east 80 chain*} to post of  couitnencemetit,   containing    640  ucres, more or less. OEonau more. '^3 *������ ������������������r_ia Lake, die.ni wi-.terh  . _. '' alo,t'8 n_"-th "hore of lake 95 chain., iu, tw  or leaae where suctiou l,���������u l������u*.w .m. Sec.  !2 and 13 iutersifcts la-e, theiin,* en,,-, U*j  oauiiis morn or lea. to phie.i uf tiMuuio. i-  lueut iLBflribod onpo.tHy ch������ii,H u tl. K.  j c-ruer, E Tiiornlcy, oo .t,mi-.' I'M n-itt**.  I moi'i.. orlena.   EDWARD TIIOUMLEV ,  L, ,   , ,. . ^Vm. I.e.lio, Aire..I.  iDftiodJuueSHth, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Di-itrict of Rupert.  TAKK NOTICR thit Gvoi*Kc Norman  "Wursley, of Vtiuoouvor, ll.C, oejupatiou  h ml(-liuijp������r, IntuudH to upply for poni:in*  sditi to ntirchiHO thofi.lluwin(*def;c'riUed  Imidhi-C .mnioi.cing ut a punt plnnted nt  ���������iim Hcnnlt wn.t oorinu' of S-.o.iou 18,Tu#u  . hip H, poit tuuri.od ii, N Wor.lov's li.  W. ���������-���������"riicr, thonoo ciKt 80 cliaitifl, Umuie  iiinh t.H uh-iiiH, ilicnoo west 80ohuiiwt,  thu. oo Hiiulh HO ohi.ii.s to piitcoif oom-  i. D'eeiiicu;, coiitiiinini; 0*40 tcrci, u-ore  ��������� ������������������- ivtin.  i!F*Jl"':t-: VOR MAN WOUsf.l-.Y,  Win. 1,"mIii., Ageul.  0,i*<| JtniH Wth, lUI'i.  HUI'Kl-tri.AM) lUWl'ltlUt'  l)h.l'io-.if Rupert,  T.lKie NOTICK that  MtcplKWi -k'cith,  .t  Vu.W"iiviir, ll. ll,, u<!uU|i.*.tinn,  liool-.  ke pur, intutiili to'itjpfy fur |iirnii.Ki.iii to  I urchin" iim following i!''ni*.ib<d liiud<i-  .-* fieit'li, N. -\. oroii'ir.    ('niuiiieiiciiiK al  i. ij i������t ).!>.,i.'.l uu Ti'tViiHliip 1 in. at puiitli  I pu'i.if (i. in (������lu l.d-,1*,   thu.ic*  miiith  IWilidiis in,*r.t ur Li's  lo tie   t-unrlt i  pi.������*.    hu. We -i ���������!'I'tmli   ,'l nnd Ii'i,    'I'-vWil*  ��������� III'   ll tl 'd V0,    I Ilium**   ltl-1    'ID    oliniUN,  ti.������ no-4 north ltiO rhiaidi., lli-ueo yunl iii  .hi -, th' urn H'i.iUi   ti uh i nx to plan ��������� of  t* i| ,'Hi-lii  *II1U���������'!,    I'.Ultil lli   If   --in   .or*4*.,  mn <",:��������� \my       HI'EI'llh'N .-CATII,  ��������� Vm. b-'ulle, Agent,  U.'i'.'.-liii.iit.M'il, HMO  KUPljpWILAlVD DISTUIOf  Difitrictuf Rupert,  TAKE NOTICE that I, .-.uuiu.il Huw.  don, of V'aucoavi-r, B. C., ocvuiihiIou ui.  ing oiigim-or, iatei.ua lo H'-pl* tor p>.rni -  siou to puioboRA the fi.llovv|..(r Ui^cr.bed  laudm-.-Ciimineuoiug at u pout phiun-d tit  tho south west corner oi .s.otiou 2, Township 21, tbenoo Dorih-SOuluiiiN,   ihe.iue  uut 80 obuim, tbonoe  south SO  ch.i.u  tlnuico watt 80 ohsln*, u plac** of ooinin  euoeuient, ooutniniufi' 010 .ore., mo.e ���������;/���������  lust. SA11UEI. HOVVDEliT,  Vv i_. Lj������iiu, .t^eut.  Dutod Juno 21flt, 1010.  RUI'KKT LAND Dt.S t'lilOT  Distrlut cf Rupon,  TAKK arOTIOK that lfaiiJe4 AhIiIiv, ut  Vnucouvur, R, C, i>ocu.paii.M, giitrrie-t  woman, iutands to appl,. fur penn uni m  to puruliaro th*. tollowmi; il.*.*.c- itaul lund*:  Ojmuiaiiciii������at a post iduuled at lli-  Houh uast coruer of Sooti >u Um, Tow..*  i.hip 21, tUeiiL.0 m.rtu ������u Au't ii, tin. gt  itrcsi HO uhuiua, thonuo h���������U'Ii bo ehiiinH,  thmioe na.t 80 ohiiinn, t-j plinj" ol u.iiiiti-  aiiveiuuut, o.iutiiuiiiig M0 wute-., uutu or  low. UAIIH.K AMIIiY.  Wlu. Leal in, Agoi  Dated Junn 81st, It) 10,  it,  Gook'i Cotton Root Compouod  Tlio (rroat Vt'iilno ToiiIk, nud  '������-���������-  nifo  <*.|)������tual Woi.Uily  LTP *   .".'"'    v,fuwv,<u.   jnui.wi.7  ty-r^ri-ktwrnii wtili-b woniiin onu  appoint, 8diii In n.riyi ilivrut-i  ������_ NltiinirUi-No. I. *l( No _,  _0 dcttrfuuwtromjoi, ^t iii). A          Iwr.  uia������(r(*i.;s,������iironi|0i. AA J-.n.  nr mMiebil trntie*, ���������%* i"*r be  BM bt nil dnnririHU or no  /    HI    |iS^**m5iil������t.0lA'iiilre.������ Tti  ������Mt4llMMlOtHTOMIT0,0llT. U^tnt.ii/Wti.im  L*NH AI"T.  Form   No. D,  Form of Notice.  Coast District,  Di.itiict or Knni_e 2.  TAKK colide tint   Willi un   Leek,   -jf  Vancouver, ocoupatiou KuKiueer,  inteuda  to apply for peruiii sum to purchase the  followin/,' (Jescrii'eii l.udo:���������  I'ouiineiioinK ut a p. ot plnnted  on the  bench about oue and a lud  milea South  Ew-t from tho South K.st, conn r of C. L.  .l.loS. theuce Norm   eigi.ty   (80)   ohiius,  theuue E.ot *:i_l������Ty  (80) i-luu.a,   theiio>-  .-.outh (������0)  chaiuH,   theuca    We-t    (80)  uhaia*', to poiut of uo i.in������iic.liic.i, cuu-  tiiu.iuif six huudrvd tiud forty aaies, more  or tu.  WILLIAM Llilili  N uu of App.ioaui  Dat.d June 4th, UU0.  LANU  ACT.  Foiui l*.ti. 9,  Forai of Notioe.  Coaet DiHtiiut,  Dsti'iut .uf lUuj-e 2.  TAKE uotico i,hut Verna Loek of Vancouver, ocoupatiou tJpuniter,  intends to  apply for porwisaku to *jurchase the  following described Inudrt*,���������  Commuuciiiti ut a yoA planted at the  Nortb West oorner of No. 1, thenee Wet  oitfbty (130) cli ������ii.B more or le-s t" C. L.  3358, theuce Ni-rtii eiffliiy (8->) chiiu*. n-  lou(f O, L. :i368, tue .co Kust e gh.y (80)  chain.*., theu.ee fioulh eighty (SO) oh.in*,  to the pjlut of oomniJ, ceme .t, cout-tiu*  ingaix hlimbed una foity (040) ucie.  mure or less.  VERNA LKKIC  ,    N_iao .it Applioant.  Dated Juue 4th, 1910.  imrthc.ist corner uf No 6, beinK four  miles norih ol the smith .vest corner of  No i, thence north 8o chains, tbenee  we-n So chains, thence souih 8o chains  thence e.ist So chains to lhe point of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or les->*  HELEN SHANNON,  N.cnc of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND ACT.  1* orm No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District ef Range a.  TAKE NOTICE that Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  to apply tor permission to purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  at a post planted at the northeast corner'  of No 4 (being three miles north of the  southwest corner of No 1) thence north  Su chains, thence easrSo chains, thence  south 80 clui.15, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of commencement, contain-  ing six hundred and   forty,   640,   acres,  mote or less.       WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, 1910.  I AND ACT.  Fnrm Not).  Foim of N./tieo.  Count Diuirioi,  ��������� District of Riiiige 2.  TAKE notioe 1 hut Kl-mor. Leek of Van-  couver, oooupaiou Muri.ed ..oman, iu-  t.-.uds ti apply ior p. rini sion to *, uroha������e  the following dedt-rihed lands:���������  l.'ou.menci..g at u p-mt plaited at tbe  Norih Weat curnorut No, 1, the.ee N'.rtli  eighty (80) clwm*.. thimoe Kant (80) ohaiu*-  tbonce South eighty (80) chtius, Tbeuct  Wont (80) clliliui, to p,ii.l nt eoinmeuur-  iiiout, co-taiuiutf hijc l.und ed aud foi ty  uciea, moie or less.  KLaNOR LEKK  Name of Applioaut.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND  .-.IT.  Fon- N... y.  Furm uf Nuiue,  0*ai*t His riot kiii.gi'2.  TAKK.NoTlOK th t Kn.i.cri.ieBrnwii,  y..e.i(jutiiin   widow,   u.i.nid'   to apply Ioi  p.ruii������hiou t.i pinchftnd tlu. f -lin-*iti^j do-  {icridoil   hiius:   Cni'im oi.g  at a p<-si  plttuto'il at tlm north.11 t ouru- r of   No '.  (U'liilk' twi niiiii*. ii'irih  o(  tlio H.uithw..*t  out'iier uf No I) thuviU'i i.ortti  eight) I8ti|  ,ii.iiiin,   lueiu.i  no, t  xikdity  (8ti) ouai.,������,  theuue south uu'hty (8U/ eliHius,   ihenoe  emu eighty 180]ahaitis, t> tho   point  if  o<iiiiiieuce.ui'Ut, ooutitiiiing .ix huudred  and forty 1640) imrm, moie ,,r le*s,  KATUI-JUINK I.ROWN,  Name of iipplioant  Dated June 4,1010,  KUI'EIU' LAND DIVntlCT  liinldet uf Kupert,  'iAKL NOl'R'K titBl John iiriakiitA, of  1 in* .iii*.*r   H  (' . ii(w.ii!i������.liui, liiuker, lu  i. .nia to ������.'pi> for (101 inw.l hi tw piiftli������������*  .rn. .���������.(......,.������ ,-' ���������������������������������;���������'.*' -. ' ���������-'������������������'������������������   !' in nu*!.  4-lig ������'. a pll.t p'Kllt.'.l *t tl|ii .until IH������t  t". tntT of S*0 iuU 'Jl, roilUnhlp '.*0, tllUUOV  m ulli t* chiiitii, thubw >*..*������: tM/ ���������.btaibM,  l"i'���������0fl uu-'ii 80 ohuius iliuuce inst HO  c,.liii. t^ pi .i'i*: ut ciiuimniui.cniiitiiil, fun-  : >:l'*     --,  r.  ���������. I,.,  JoifN LliiMNK,  '*���������'. in   I.s*.In.*, Agout.  |M.*.iJu-e2l������tt 10.'������.  KUPKKI LANDI������ltSTHICT  Ou.iri.Jt of Hti|i*rt.  (akk ,.*/.iCi -������������������ ,'.'���������.��������� 1;:. ���������,. . ',..  km*>ii, ��������� I  *. ������iic< "ver, IS ('.,  ��������� c.upation,  i-,t**. ^r������j)i*'.r, i.i'#",,l< 1. if j,)} tnr tm-rmin |  m ., i��������� pincIimmii die fulU. ������iu������! <l������������cril*il j  Veod'a rii.ecpho.Uni-,  The Onat K/niHii/i l<,;,���������du.  Tono* nail Ini (iwriui'iitu** 11 h.iF.  .norvniw Hv*,i,mi,  u*).i.U**������i   11.;\  ' ,. Vt./. ..ilt-]d.ia a'[l ���������'"''������-. ''"''" A'.  0111 IkiiUitu, Mnatqt nml /'mm H'mry, j,  pnmienev, forrtiallrmlmtei,, irmlsiii.ii', K,..  ,.  *������������������* 1 iim., uimt m_U-... -t'��������� ���������     ���������'- *-   A   -  l-Yloe II par bo*, aurorlA,  u.;.i Mill plunn.,,.,  tt.iUii, ,*,-.  iit,.l Ity ml) ������:. ;.,���������.���������-._ l: .   1 .'��������� j :.  rWn tiki*, on rnnolitt at tmt-i. AW ;������i������i4 tltt  tMU(*lfi*f,iThmWeQ*i Mwdicln* Oo,  ifertaerlylVinAmt, rmentn, On**  SAVWAltl) UlSTKH'T,   o������������������  TAKK NOTICE thnt * xtv daya idt r  '���������M., I, I'linrlrall. fttrfutf.-. .,f W'h������| *  town, Cortex bland, aawm llnorr, in end  1.1 apply for parinMiiii l.* Uut.e the full w  iiigbmribBil fnrMliori.:-'ili>������>ii)H|.t.i,il{ilt,  ft poniplaantt at tho bltih mn'et maik,,  *."i.u.   Iivn etiiiin* liuittirfij lr,,i,i   |U  S  ',  W. oorner of tho fraotiim.l f4. tv, tpiart- ���������  ��������� ,. ,.   _ ...  j'' Mi'tH'1. ;W.   Cortcr. Ulami, litfiira  rin .  I.ml.:���������Com ooucidtr a* a ji m planted at mug in ������ mnthtirly dir*oti u f..|j,wins iht.  t,,*,<������l\,*i,.tc,,(U'y1^tifii&.J.tw -\n,.,*.,.dnt of the ih,^lin, t ,,.���������,������������������ ,     '  Hliip i������, llwi.uB '..nil W ci .ia*. V..iice 1 .h.���������._ ,���������_,.,u,iu,,���������B,,.       ,. J J I   5 d,,.i..i ., ,ur������  .ai.  _, ..-*....    j ���������"'('tiH ������oHiu#riy rroti* tin nuii-) s t\  r���������x.  i"t A die ftiioHnnal  S.V    ij 1 *������. r  hiC.  LANU ACT.  Form No, 9.  I1 orm Si Notice.  (-'u-.mI Diriiiiui.  Di.lrloi 1 f Uuiigu No  TAKK NOTICK tlmi Aiiuie n-oinnor, of  llnton, ooc.p.tiij.i iplhHt.r, liitoiidn to apply tor pi uuk-hIou H) piicliiwii tho lullow  iug (U'so.ibi'il land-: Coitimiuuiug at a post  pliiutu.t nl tlm n .rth.iiMi coruer of Nu. 2  |lu-ii.g two mili*s north of the suutliwiMi  (iwruer of N>., I) thenoo 1 orth oighiy [Htl)  uiiuins,  tlii'tiuw  tutai (ighty (HO) chiiin.,  thuuue Nuuth 1 i|(hty (HU)   I'luiuix, tiiu.uo  wo.t eighty [80) ihniiiH 10 point of omn  iiiei.oiuiui.t, vui.taiiiing six hundred aud  fort, (040) iioioi., 1111 nu or le.s.  ANNIK imiCMNKU,  Nuiue if Apploiiut,  U4i'J Juiiii'l, 1VI0.  -lm.   I     I     I     ll  I I I" I  L/������ND ACT-  Kiinn Nu, 9, .  Const District  1-mmiii 1 u| Kmge 2.  TAKK Ni HICK lh.it K.Kviii I' Item-  net', ul Vancouver, omi|intiiiit hmker, in-  Ii-ihIm Id apply fur pcimission 10 piircli.iAC  lhe billowing di;si:ti|ied hiails. Coin-  itietii.i'ig at .'< post planted al the north-  i"n-. rnmer ol Nu 1 Hieini' ihri**1 uille^  1101 th ul the southwe-Ht comer nf No 1)  ihence itiiith eighty 80 (haini, thence  <-t)j.t eighty, Ho, chiin*, ihunre Hotilh  cikIhv, Su, i Iliiiis, iIil-iii.i* east eighty Ho  1 h.uiisiu iiiiint ul ������.-uiiimeinement,   con*  . ,-, -.V   liliriilir.l   ui I fnile r*", 1,1'  irri",  unite or Its*.  KDWIN I' IIKKMNKK,  N.tnic of Apuluant.  luted June4, iyio.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notioi.  Coait Distriot, Rbd*>b 8.  TAKE NOTICE that Burton Hollaed, oi Vancouver; ooenpttioo, *������o-  of.unt������ot, ibteodi to apply for permission 00 purchase tbe following described lands: Cot-omeooing at n post  planted at the nortb east corner of Ko  12, being teur milea oortb and two  miles weat of tha south west ooruer ol  No. 1, tbenee north 80 obaios, thenee  vkttt 80 cbainijtbfnoe south 80 obaint  tbenee east 80 chains, to the point ol  ootuaiencement, oontalniog M0 aores.  more or less.  BURTON BOLLARD,  Name ol Applioant.  Dated June 7tb, 1910.  LAND ACT-  Fortn No. 9,  ' Form of notice.  Co-ist Diitrict Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE' that William H.  W'lialen, of Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the north east corner of No. 6, beini;  lour miles north of the south west corner  of N������. I; thence north So chains, whence  east So chains, thence south 80 chains,  theuce west So ohains, to the point of  comiueiiceineot, containing six hundred  -ind forly acrts, more or less.  WILLIAM  H, WHALEN,  Name of Applicant,  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District of Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that George Wha-  ien, oi Vancouver, occupaiion. contractor  intend4--iu .ipply for permission to'purchase the lullcwing described land-,  Commencing at a post planted about om-  mile west from the nortli west corner ol  No 2, being two miles north and two  miles west of the souih west corner of No  1 j thenco noith 8n cn.tins, thenee east 80  chains, thence south 80 ch.iins, more or  less to C. L. 3358, thence west, 80 chains  along said licci.-e to point of-.ommence-  ment, containing 640 acres, more nr less.  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dnted Junc,4ih, 1910.  ���������������������-<4^������*>'-a.i���������������*������������������>-ii 1 'mtm^*-im*me*mmmmmmaaaeemmmommmmmmmm*mmm  LAND ACT.  Furm No. 9.  Form of Noi ice.  Const District Kiinuo 3.  TAKE NOTICE 1h.1t Robert 11, Ellis  of Vancouver, iiccup;itioii,broker,. intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Comiucncitig  at a post plained at iho south west corner of No, io, being iwo miles north and  two miles west of the south west corner  of No. 1, thence north 80 clmm,., thence  west 80 chains, thence south Kn cliains,  more or loss, ihence 'easi 80 chains, to  pnini of commencement, containing 640  acres, mine 01 less.  ROHKkT H. ELLIS,  Name of Applicant.  1).ted Juno tth. H)l(h ^^  LAND ACT.  Furr.i No. 9,  Farm of Notice.  Co.iHt District Kiinge  .  TAKE.NOTICE ib.t John (J. Arm-  ������triing. of Vancouver, occiuiiiion, clerk,  intends to apply for permit lion to pun  ihiiic  the following described land*:���������  Commencing   at  a pott plumed at the  north east coiner of No. 11^ bein_ three  iiiiIuk in.nh .ml two miliiK   went  of lhe  south wc������t corner of No. 1; thence north  8u chains, thence west 8u chains, ihunce  theuce  south 80 chains, tlter.ru east  80  cliiins 1 - the  point ol commencement,  ('oiitii.iiing 6411 acres umre or leg*-.  JOHN G. ARMSTRONG,  Name uf Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9.  .���������it'l HOebiti ������, lb**.*-.*- 1.Uh   **���������! chilli.*.  thfiic* w������-t ������0<.tiaiii������ 1 - *u|������.n ������il   .iim-  UI'MI ������������.*������ .������. l.<-llU-.'llli( l^'1  -������Vir������������,     0,'f   -i  Ai>\  ld.1.. ���������(*!.   !i,  I4. l'.  ,\,.r  *  I,,  . 4'. i;  .(<������  * tiCII '-.  t'.ark  I       fia'i  i ultra luiait*'  , '- U,������t...  i   ���������'    t-'y    },.t\  ,    f.  IjiUJ  , *n  ii,i  1 ittltr r, x .||  It      .1 AM.K.        t  LAND ,-,< 1.  Form No 9,  Form ol N'oih e.  ("im-i Di*iri(i,  llssiriri o| Uiti.gf j.  TAKK NOTICK thai  UHti.   SI.;,..-  ii'U), ol |h������**l"i>. O.iip.dun 11, ur ed   .m.  ei id, uitcflil-. t<������ a.'ply lur   primi,-Min ti,  i. I'rti .*e thr fi'iltiwtrij* .!������������������*< ni* !  i.-m.u.  v >.������*i.ti������t'U_; .1   t   I*"*., plant, 4 tin-  Form of Nonce.  Const Diitrmi Kmge a.  THICK NOTWH tl.atlltrtriulp H I-  Isnd, 0' Vai oon4*"!, (ecupiii'Ki, mar-  rlrri wnnitn, Intends to apply fnr p. r  m-Micn to piuoHas-* tlic (ollowinK d������-  serihtHl landit Oon.mc(ielii*������ at a _>o������t  nltbted at lhe north a������������t eorni������ro? No  11,  br-linr tltrex milci norih and   two  miL* mat tl tbe A ***'  timet nl Ni*  I. ibftii'*' riorib bu chM*.*, tlienor enn  W) t>ht.i<t   t|i*iir������*iu������ti  80 ������h-������li(c  thriit*-* wrol 8>lvU������<i.������.  loll"  "nli I t.f  rtimti'^iifr-mr-tt, eonici ini* W0������rr������t,  ,1*. ta or 1* ������������������.  I tiEKTRUDK MO! LAND  S N*n-������ ������f Apilitf^Bf,  ' |).ii*d Jni.t 4 ������, IU10.  LAND AOT.  Form No, 9.  Form oi Notiee.  Ooast Distriot, Bangs 2.  TAKE NOTICE tbat Alei F Brenner, ol Boston, oooupation engineer,  intends to apply for permisrion to pur*  ct.asH the following deseribed lands:���������  Comtueuciug at a post planted at the  northeast eornirol No 13, being (our  mi:es north and two miles west of tb<-  sdUthwt'st oorner ot No 1, thenee nortb  80 uiiaius, thenoe east 80 obains,  ���������.henoesouth 80 obains, tnenoe west  80 ehaini, to the point ot cotnmenei-  ttiifiu, oontaiiiiog (M0 aeros, more or  Kb.. ALEX F. BREMNER.  Name of Applicant.  Da tel Jnoe 7,1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. ������.  Form oi Notiee,  Ooast Distriot, Range S.  TAKE NOTICE tbat John Mora-tic, of Vancouver,occupation constructor, intends to apply for permission  to purchase tbe following desoribed  landst-Commenoing at a post plant.d  at the northeast oorner of No 14, bring five miles north and two milts  west ol the southwest oorner of No 1,  ���������hence nortb 80 cbains, tbenoa west  80 chains, thenee south 80 chains,  theoee eaat 80 chains, to the point ol  Mmmeneement, containing 610 acres,  more or less.      JOHN MORAVIC,  Name ot Applioant  l___l������nj^_____9*  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast Distriot, Range 3  TAKE   NOTIOE   tbat  John   M.  Stewart, ot Vancouver, occupation car  penter, intends to apply for   permission to purohaie Ibe following desoribed   lands:���������Commencing   at a   post  planted al the northweit ooroer ot No  11, being three miles nortb and three  miles west ot tbe southwest ooruer oi  No 1, thenee north 80 ebaine, tbenoe  west 80 chairs, thenoe south 80 obains  thence east 80 obains. to the point of  oommeneement, eontaining;>540 aores.  more or less. JOHN M.STEWART,  Name oi Applicant.  Dated June 6,1910.  LANU ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notiee.  Coast Diatriot, Rauga 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Alexander McPluo  of Vancouver, occupation, carpcutor, iu*  tends to apply ior penuia.ion to purohaae  ths lollowing deucrlbed lauda 1���������Commencing at at a poat plauted at the north weat  oornar of No. 12, beiug four miles north  aud threo mile, went of the aouth **eat corner of No.l, theuue north 80 ohaia*,theiice  west 80 ehains, thenco aouth 80 chaiua,  theuoe eaat 80 chaina, to the point of commencement, co&taiuiug 940 aorea, more or  leas. ALEXANDER McFBEK,  Name ol Applicant.  Dated June 6th, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  Cea.tDistriat. Ranges.  TAKE NOTICE that Nno-mi McPhee,  of Vancouver, occupation, uiairied wenuco  inteuda to apply for peniii*aioD to purchase tbe foliowiug described landa: Com  mencing at a poat planted at the north  weat corner ot No. 14, being five 11.il.-a  uoi th aud three miles west '.f the aoatb  west ou.uor ft iSo. 1, thence noith SO  chains, theoee west 80 ebaina, theuca  south 80 chains, thence east 80 dinkii, to  the poiut of commencement, coutaiiJiig  010 derea, more or les>.  NAOMI McPHEE,  Name of Applicant.  Dnted June 6th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form Ro 9.  Form oi Notioe.  Oosst Diatriot, Range 2.  TAKB NOTIOE that Joseph Mor*  ivic, of Vaneuiiver, occupation eugin*  er, intends to apply lor perni-aion to  nurubaie the (ollowiogdesnrlhcd landr*:  Oonmit-nciug at a post planted at the  ninhiast (turner nf No 14, being five  miles north aud two miles west of th.  s.>uihwe->.t onrntir ot N" 1, th-nce north  80 chaius,   thenee  earn   80  chain*,  t Mict4 Hi.ir.h 80 chains, theuoe west 81)  chains,to the  point   ot  ouinnienc*-  mcinl, oootdininv M0 aeten, more or  less, JU^EI'li MOKAVIO,  Name ul Applicant,  Dated Juno 6 1910  LAND ACT.  Form No 9  Furm of Notiee,  Ooast Dim riot, Range 3.  TAKE NO lit) B that William  Haliicn, of Vaiiouuvar, oooupation fnte  man, in tends to apply lor perrvLsio.  ti ptirohtist* the following dtuciiUd  lands,���������CoaiDitnting at a pot planted  at the nortbenst cornmr ol No 16, be*  iiiKsii milfS north aot) Iwo mile*  west ol the loulhwust oorner ot No 1,  thenoe north 80 obains, the������oe west  80 chains, tbetiou south 80 ohsins,  theiitni cssi 80ohaini, to ihi puiut ol  oomtiiuDceiuent, ooDtniiilui4 040 aor������i,  mor*4 or less. WILLIaM HAlNEi),  Name ol Applioant.  Dated Jons tt 19L0  LAND A0C  For.11 No 9.  Form ol Notioa.  Coast District, Rao Re S,  TAKE  NOTICE tbat <Jsorts 0,  1'ralt, ol Vaneou-ier, ooeupation ac-  oounianl, lutsnds to apply* lor  p*r  mils  ii to purohaie the lullowioR de*  nerlnctl landsf-OommrDii gat a poll  filanl'd at Ihe northeast corner ot No.  Iti, btmiK si i mi lei  north and two  miles wait ol Iht eouth wait ooroer of  .So 1, tbenee t.orth 80 ohaini, ll-oner  vai 80 ohaiPi, the.n** mum 80 ahaioc,  ibfiice want 80 ohaius, lo thr point oi  o. mmeotemeni, ooniainlDf tt40 acres,  more or lee-.. UFOKCE 0, FRAl. 1\  Nime uf ���������pplieant.  Dated Jnna 6,1910  ���������LAND-ACT,.  Fonn No. 9.  Coaat Dwtriet, Range t  TAKE NOTICK tbat Lewis 3. flu a of  Va'conver, necupation, loremau, iuteiids  tu npply for  prnninsiou to purciiase  the  following deauribed  landa: Cummencinir  at n poet planted at the north i**tt com. r  of No. 16. beiug tix miLa ui.rth and tl.reo  miles west uf ihe south w*et oorner ot No  1, thence luirih 80 chuin., tboioe we-t 80  cliaiun, theuce nuiith  80chnin������,  tbenoe  oaat 80 ch*iu., to thr poiut ut coumei.te-  tneut, eunUiningC40aciear vuoie or lesa.  LEiViSJ. liULL,  Name of Applioaut.  Dated June Oth, 1910.  LAND ACl\  Furm No.O.  Form of Notioe.  Coast Distriot, Rungs 2.  TAKE NOUofc. that Alexander J. Stew  art, of V������iiO'Uver, oixupatioa., (wrptub-r,  lutomts to apply for pertnitsioti \<> pur*  ���������jbti-e the follow iug iUsvribeil la*da;���������  Coiiiiusiielug at a post planted on tun  eh'-re about '!{ nill.s in u sontb eas>  terly direotion from the south wus o*ir-  nerof No. 1, Vbuiue north 80 ������htj,iu������,  thouce eaat 8U oU-iiiH, tbeuoj suuth 80  oh.iua, thence nest HO olmlns, to point  of oomnwrnjeiueut, oouUiuiug 640 auras*,  mere or less,  ALEXANDER J. S TRW ART,  Nuiue of Applioant.  D������to June *.h, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Cosst Diatriot. Range 'j.  glTI.Ki'KHlK KOU TUK XKWH  uMA ONt UtU LAI4 A VKAU-  LAND AOT.  Foim No 9,  ,4.ifr,<<.      mm       . :\,. ���������;  Form oi Notioa,  Coaat Diatt iot, Rant* 1.  TAKK NOTIOE thar Data Prrio  ���������on, of Vaotouver, occupation bwtenfr  intend! to applf for psrmiiiioa tn  iirehsss^ the   following    deiorl-.ii.  and. ���������.*���������C\>rt.m������.wikn *.< *. &*l ^UuUj  neat the4 leach at lb* eoniwHl corner  ol Nu 11, Mnv two willsi north and  three tvllef well of Ihe soalhveit oor*  net nf No 1, ihsooo north 80 obilos,  i br nee w������it 80 ohaini, these* loutl.  80 ehaini, sort nr l-se to ihon lint,  thenee     test    RO    ehalne      aloof  *boie Iim* ia Mint of wmmearMieai,  -������-,i lalnlng 64f>������er#e, ntttiant lent.  D*V������ PBR<������Ut������0������,  Nana ef Applkaat.  DatN. hint* 6.1010  TAKK NOTICE that KligsMli Jauo  Bmi'b. ut Vauouuver, oooupation, man led  woman, luteinls to npply for psrniuinu  to piiruhne the fullowlog daserlh d laudsi  Comiaiuuoltig m n post plantod at the  south east eorusr of No. I, theoee a uth  80 ohsins, mors or less to shore Use, thea*  oe east 80 chaius uloug i.orthsru buuudaiy  uf Ne. 119, Ihenof uorth 80 ohaliio, theuoe  weet 80 ohiine, to point ol eonitneDo������ms/.W  ouutaiulsff 840 aeres, more or leea.  XUZAUKTH JANK SMITH,  N.me of Applicant.  D.U Juoo 9th, 1910,  IF YOU WANT  GOOD pra  lilVK Vi A TeUAl,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form e( Notiee,  Oeast Distriot, Raugstt.  iAKt, AOttiiti that David Dawson  Mllor, of Vstioeuver, oocopaliou, ������arp>>n*  ���������ar, ialrade to sppiy for pnmWwa to pnr-  uhase tbs following daeerlbed LuiLi-Cihu  insnrlug at a post plauted at the south  r*������i ooroer ol ho. I xtiaati* imrin M) cliains  thenee cast 10 chain*, thsaee ooatb 80  vhaiae thenee west 80 cliains, to point of  eamBMaessMnt, eoauinlB* 640 aero shoto  ot lets,  DAVID DA WHON MILVR  Name of Applicant.  Dated Jaa������ (Hh, 1010.  FOR BALE���������-A Ure rootntHl  t^Miaeion half lot. For further |*e.r-  lictiUr*apply at thi. offlcv.  FOU HAIaE-Hinith Vremkr  TViitwrltei in ftmal ordr-r. Ct*t  f \it\m will wil tor 160.00. Ab.  |4t/ t%t llit-weVw. :|1|.[1T������*.r'[aHJn.,J..l  THr-T^WtfT UUM-BKKLANli, n^RTH-g^^  NOTICE,  NOTICB ia heaeby t*iven that 60 daya  after date I intond to apply to the Hoi.  The Chief Commissioner of Lands aud  Works for a liosnse *o prospect for ooal  and petroleum uuder the lands in Nelson  District, and described as follows:  Commencing at a p ost planted on the tea  beaoh nt the S E. corner of Section 2a,  theuce west along the aoatb bonndery of  said Section 2a, 80 chaina, thenoe north 40  ohaiu., more or less to the southern boundary of M H Hill'* prospecting license,  theuoe east 60 chains, more or lees, to H  VV mark on ico beach, thence following  along aea boaoh t*> the place of ccmuieuoe**  E.A.OAKEW GIBSON,  E. Prieit, Agent.  Dated tbia 28r.l day of October, 1910.  "LAND REGISTRY ACT,"  In the matter of an application for a duplicate certificate of title to an undivided yi of Lot 233, Comox District  and an undivided i of Lot 8, Block  2, except the east  22   feat   thcteof,  [map 522] Town of Cumberland.  Notice is hereby   given that it is tiy  i lention at the rxpiratton of one month  from   the   date of tbe fisst publication  hereof 0 issue a duplicate certificate'of  title to above above linds issued to John  VV Kryde'1-1 on the 20th ot July* 1907, and  numbered 14619c.  L-ind Registiy Office) S* Y WOOTON,  Victoria, U.C.        [ Registrar Genera  ' Nnveihbr 2nd, roto)       of Titles  BEER    BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo, B. C  AciipofBOVRIW  will drive away that  feeling of lassitude so  common in warm  weather. BOVRIL  gives vigour and tone to  the entire system.  BOVRIL  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      ���������     FOR  SALE   BY     -      -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Vancouver, Be C.  -v-l  pa~~^~Blaf^  m  * ���������*  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE FOTICE that Westley  Evert Westley, of Vancouver, B.C  ���������plasterer, intends to adply for pe������  Biisfion to purchase tbe followini.  described lunds,���������Commencing at a  poat plnnted abnut 5 miles north  and 2 miles eapt of the sotulKaoi  comer of CL 3358, thence south 80  chains, thence east 80 chains  thence north 80 chains, thence west  5-50 chains, to post of commence  ment, containing 640 acre-*, more or  less.  WESTL^T EVERT WESTLEY.  _=Divte(LJjuly=2'(.th,4910.  ������������������  0  ri  W  S  ���������4  09  hq-S  ������*'&  & -**��������� 3  *-j ta ���������*  ������W!3  ** a ������  ������0 g  ��������� rf   *3*  ���������*-  O .mt  JE * "  **       13  2 ��������� 3  ��������� 9  ������ js ������  fit  ���������O  o  a  al  ���������I  a  w  *.  a  C  u  a  o  "   >������  "  a  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days  nftor d.<te I intend tu apply to the llnu,  The Ohief Commissioner of Lands aod  Works for nlieeiso to pr.*ep������c. fur o.������al  aud petroleum under and du tin* laid* in  iNttUon. Di.trict, aud described as f.illnwa:  Cotnmeueing at a pout planted 20 chains  west of the northwest eorner nf St-od-n 1,  thenoe east 80 ohaini, thenoe north 30  vh tins, tbenee west 60 chains, thenee north  SO chains, theuce west .30 ohains, tbenoe  tuuth 80 ohains to plaoo ot oommeaoement  K. PRIEST.  Dated tbls &3rd day ef October, 191*\  0  8  .'i  S,-.s������-  ���������_ a  ii  a   ;  S5 *    .  o _t-  ���������1 I *  D  S *_  x -S-r"  K   if.   &  ���������* I a  -c -r. -j  ..*.���������:  TaB "O-  H S3 03  - &,  *���������   -.  a ?  **   .".  h  "   2  a -a  a 5  5������ '*  is  ' A  j -  -o  3  d  90  a  ���������o  u  ?  *5  f>  J=  H .  to  ���������s  8  ���������������  TJ  M  ���������S  P.  o  o  m  fr  0)  H  tH  <  ���������A  ���������VADtlNC^ADA  NOTIOK is berely givon that on tbe  first day ot Dao-tnber nexr applioation will  be made to the Superintendent of Provin.  eial Pollen for ths renewal of the hotel license ta* Ht-11 liquors by retail in the hotel  known as tbo Woodhus Stooping Place*  situa.sat Oyster Hiver, in tha province of  firitinh Columbia.    Akkie Woodhus.  Dated Ootohor 11, 1VI0.  NOTIOB is hereby -.ivuu thnton the  flr.t day of December next applioation!*. ill  bs mudo to the Superintendent of Provin-  oinl Polios, Viotoria, tor a rmowtil of the  liidoi lioonso to sell liqu.rs by rotail in  tho hotol kuowu as tbo Union hotel, situate at Union, B 0.    SamuslO, Davis,  Duttd the 11th day of Ootober, 1010  SALERATUS  IS THE BEST  E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.  ,, Toronto, Ont.  J  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  Jolonging to tlie "Wellington Colliery Co'y-i or from or off the land  of the said Company, will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.  W. I,. COULSON,  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Co.y.  ���������������������������==-- NOTICE.       .,  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way curs of   the   Union   Colliery  Company by any  person   jr   persons���������except tain crew���������i-j strictly  prohibited.    Employees   rre  "iub-  ec to dismiswil for allowing  sain-  By order  W. L.  COULSON,  General Manager.  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast  TAKE NOTICE that Davidscn-  Ward Co., Ltd., of Vanoouvpr, BC,  lumbermen, intend to apply for per  mission to purchase the following  described landp:���������Commencing at a  post planted about 10 chains north  of a stream on the east side of Copper Reach, Loughborough Inlet,  about 3 miles from Towey Head,  thence east _0 chtiinf*. thence south  20 chains, thence v.e-st 20 chains,  to Loughborough Inlet, thence  north along the shore of Lough hor*  ough Inlet about 20 chains to point  of commencement, and containing  40 acres, more or less.  Davidson-Ward Company, Ltd  Frederic L. Ward, Agent.  Dated September 24th, 1910.  S.S."LITHIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, B. C.  NOTICE is hereby Igiven that at the  next meeting of the Board of License Com*  liiianioner. fur ibe City of Cumberland. I  intend to apply for a renewal of the whole-  Halo liqnor license held by me, situated on  lot 6, bloclc 15, Cumberland Townaiti.  CIALI MUSSA.TTI.  Dated this loth d y of November, 1910.  O. H TARBELL  .  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  And all KITCHEN    UTENSILS-  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  NOTIOK il hereby given that on tha  firs day of U.oember n������t applioation -a ill  bt made tu to tbe Superintendent of l'n������  vincial I'oliee, Victoria, for a reuowal of  tha hotol liootiao to *all liquors by retail  in tha hotel Icoown as the CourUnay hotel  ���������Ituated nt Ouurtonay, B.C,  ) John K. Joiimitok.  ,    Datad October 11,1010.  NOTICK it hiroby given that oa tbe  tlr������t d.y ot December nm applioation will  ba mado to tha Superintendent uf Pro*  vluoial t'olioa, Vio urin, f������r a raiawal of  tbo h-t. 1 HooDie to sell liquor* by retail  in tba hotol known aa tbe Klk hotel, ������.tu-  nted kt Conn, B.C.     Johk IUrtin,  Dated Ootober 11,1010.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every conyenieor-e for guests.  The Oential Hotol for Sportsmon  None but thn llest of Wines and Liquor*  al the liar.  RATES REASONABLE,  John Johnston,    Prop  I   FAIRFIELD  !  = STORE ~|  J. JACK,   Prop. $  ,���������       8  A Fine Assortment of    j|  the Choicest Oaudies,      8  Fruits and Tobacco.      ������  tt*  Vancouver Ice Creanr,    *������  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland*  * it*  NOTICE ia hereliy given tbat at tbe next  meeting uf the Board of License Oornmi*, ���������  sioiie* s of the Lity of Cumberland, I intend to apply for a renewal of iDe whole-  Baleliquor fOen-ae fielB~b"y  rat,  situated  ou lot.12, bock 7, Ciiinberlaml Towunita.  FRANK. SCAVABDO.  Dat-ed this 15th day of N >ve nbor. 1910  WINTLR SCHEDULE.  Effective on and from the 3rd,  proximo, the following will be tlie  fall schedule of onr local mail  steamers;���������City of Niinaimo leaves  Nan .imo at 7 a. m., on Wednesdays and Friday'e and tlie Queen  City leaves Nanaimo 10 p. in., on  Monday's. City of Nauaimo loaves Comox at, 7 n. m., on Thursdays and Saturdays. Queen City  leaves Comox at 1.15 p.m., on  Tuesdays.  NOTICE.   r������   Notice is hereby given that an appli-  otioti will be made to the Legislative As  semblyof the province of British Columbia, at its present session, for an Act to  incorporate a company with power to  build, construct, maintain and operate, a  railway of standard or narrow guage to  be operated by steam, electricity or other  motive power fsr the purpose of currying  passengers, logs and merchandise, or  either, from Harky Uay os Port McNeil,  or some point between them, or some  other convenient point near thereto, on  the east coast of Vancouver Inland to  Co.il Harbor, on the west arm of Quatsino  Sound, or to some point on Rupert Arm  NOTICK is hereby xiveu that at the  next meeting of the Board of License  Corairiisnicuers of tho City of Cumber.  Innd. I intend to apply foi a renewal of  the -holesalo liquor license held by me,  situated on lot 0, block 7, Cumberland  Townpite.  VICTOR BON0RA.  Dated this 15th day of November, 1910  NOTICE ia hereby given that nt the  next meeting of the Bonrd of Lioimae  Commissioners of the Citv of Cumberland, I intond tn apply fnr n renewal of tho  wholenale liquor lioeuno hold hy mo, tit*  unled on lot 12, block 0, Cttmborlatid  Townaite.  JOHN MAROCCHI  Dated thla 15th day of November, 1910.  a*���������������**a.'.������w**i^*������a. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  (Quatsino Sound, or to a convenient point  on Quatsino Sound, Rupert District, Van  eouver Island, province of British Colum  bia; with power to construct, acquire, own  and maintain, wharves and Jocks^in connection therewith: and to construct, acquire, own, charter, equip and maintain,  steam and other vessels and boats, and  to operate lhe same on any navigable  waters; and with all powers xiven by the  "Model Railway Bill;" and wiih such  other powersand privileges usual or incidental to all or any of the afotesaid pur*  poses,  HARNARD & ROBERTSON,  Solicitors for the Applicants.  Dated this ist dav of November, jqioJ  ������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  NOTICK i������ hereby givan that on the  flrat day of Ueoembtrnext applioation will  le mude to the fluparlnreodent of Vn-  vineial Polio* Viotoria. forereaiwa! of  tbe hotel beenta to eelimuor* by retail  In th* hotel known at tb* Malnnpinn Hn.  tol, ii.u.t.d at Lend, RO.   Fain Tiiotm  Dated Ootober 11,11910,  <<*.������  NOTICE TO THE PUW.I0.  Having built a largo wnrehouao and mill  at Courtenay, 1 will in future keep on  hand a stock of all Undt of Hay, Grain,  and Toed at loweat market rates. A  sp.olnllywill bemad* ef roller crushed  feed fnr horswwliiuh will mnke a ������������������vine  of on* third in tli* eont ol feed. Orders  glvin tho tenm-iter nr by phono will be  promptly rllltd. ThAoklntr ynu for your  patri iiari in tbe past and aolioiiinii a oon  tlutuwooof th* sumo on bnxidur hn������*, I  beg to remsin  Yonrs In oommnud,  M'RON ClvAWPOIU).  P.  Dealer in  AU. KINDS OF  Fruit, Candy Cigars  :: Cigarettes 4 Tobacco.:;  Hon ova Mock, !!  CUMHERIvAND, 11,0.    j;  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  it  it  it  1>  11  (I  o  o  NOTICE is horoby given thnt at the  next i-ieetii-K of the Bdiinl nf Liuonse Oum  miH-ioiiers of the City of Cumberland, I  intend to imply for a ronowul ol tho hotel license held by mo for tbe Wavarly  Ilo'el, ait uated ou lot 2, block I), Cumbor  land Townsite,  VRANK DALLOS  Dated this 15th dny of Novemlier, 1010  FOR SALEr-8 milch cows, all  tiiherculniBia tested. Government  yearly record., of each cow given,  iiIho 2 colts and 1 aged muro, ono  colt partly broken.  JJAYSIDE, ICurter'8 Ranch]  Union Day Road.  WATER NOTICB.  NOTICE is hereby given tb_t an  application will he made under Fart  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a licen e in Um S -y A-ard Divi-iou of  Coast Dictrict,  (a.) The name of Company in full:  Davi sou-Wurii Compa-.*,. Limit-d. 'lh������  head ������.fflce *���������" no yt\*r, Rriti**h C-'Int *.a.  TbeetpiUl, hew dividwi, .low-, *-r pr.idup  capital $50<J,ouU dvided int- .'i'0U shares  Of-SlOOeach     $151,000 paid up.  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b.) Tbe name of lake, stream or  source (if unnamed, tbe description  it) No name. Stream tiring in a vallny oa  the eiut side ot Copt*er Reaob, Loughbero  Inlet, about ten luihe northeast of Towry  Head and ten miles from the mouth of  Apple river.  (c.) The point of diversion: At a  bout one-half milt, from mouth of  atre.m,  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (In cubic feot per second):  Four cubic feet.  (8.) The character of the proposed  work.: 550 feet i>f flume, 1000 feet of ditch  and 2003 feet of p-pe.  (f.) The promises on which the water ls to be used (describe etune): On  tbe following lands: Commencing at *  point about 10 chains north of a stream on  tbe east side n- Oopper Reach, Longhboro  Inlet and about 3 iniloa northeant of Towry  Head, .tbenca e-iat 20 ohniui*; thouce we.-t  20 chaius, to shore of Inlet; thenee nor*h  20 chains along shore nf Inlet to point of  comnjeooemout, and containing about 40  acres more or lm*.  (g.) The purposes on wbieh the water is to bo Used: Power for saw aud.hin-  glomill.  (h.) If for Irrigation describe the  land intended to be Irrigated, giving  acreage   (I.) If the water is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place where tbe water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of re-'  turn. The wa'er is returned into Lou/h-  birongh Inlet where the atream enter tbo  Inlet,    DiflF'ireiiee in altitude ab'mt6O0 f4.  (J.) Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by tha proposed works:  ���������40 sere*.  ���������(k������)-This-notice-was-p08ted-on���������the-  twelfth day of November, 1910, a.d iippl-"-  cntion will be made on the tifthteenfb day  of December, 1910, to tbo commicaio er,  (1.) Give tho names and addresses  of any riparian, proprietors or ' licenses who or whose lands aro likely  to be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet:  Tho Davidaou-VVanl Company, L d , own  all the Timbfr Liounses in the vicinity.  There are not any agricultural landa n the  m i������hborbood and no landa affaoted by the  proposed works.  Attach    copy of such parts ot the  Company's memorandum of association as authorize 'he proposed application and worke  (KiKneture)   F, L 'WARD.  Auent for Davi-lunn-Ward Ca Ltd,  (P.O. nddresB)  1211 Iv.i. inion Trust Hldg.,  Vanoouvor, B. C.  ���������������  NOTICE iii horaby Riven that at tbo  next mui'tliif-nf the Board of LiueusoCom  mlxsicnura of tho City of Cumberland, we  intend to apply fnr a louewril < f the hotol lie tiHii hold by us for tho Voiiilomo  Hotel, situated ou lot 5 I luck 3, Ciimbor-  1/inil Townsite.  WILSON I* nRAMllBRf}.  I)iit������d thla 15th day of Novm ub.r, I'JIO.  Goto  mmmim***mmmmimAm**mmm*mimf**imi**m*  NOTIOK to b*r*by given that on lh*  flrat dny of l)*e*mb*rn*it application will  he made to tbe 8ui������erinUndeetof Provin-  eial .-���������).(* Viotoria, fer a rarwwal of tb*  hotol lieauae to e*ll liquor* by retail in  the hotel haoai a* tbe Willow* Hotel ai*  uttee at Campbell Riier, D. C.  THULINAUANWEK,  Dated Oeteber 11,1910.  If������������**������*a*e������j an mmmtmtmt'm-m*mmm*-mn*mmm-m������mmt'*m'**tmmmim  MOTIORUlMMbjrfflvet that on the  [flrst day of IXcomhcr u������xt apvllcatiou wi>l  i Bide <��������� the SnperlBUo-teot at ������rutin-  letal Vmhaa. VUletie, tm tea ra>ewalofib*  ���������I lieote* te e* II Uejnor* by retail In the  tal kaow-a ������* the WtltM ket*l, Mtaated  1*4 Vabtm Hay, FLC   loam Hvmrarm, in.  Ottiid Oob'lm If, I91flt  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ud  Wrr*.!. Mid swi'Im*   hid -two Vji-ya-ui'ta-,'  Nansimo, Union, Comoi, by the  etwl Clyde built twin notew  steam.r ������������������COWICHAN"  S(il1l-\_. n* under���������  Lea-fee Vaoooover, 8atnrday 8pm  Arrivee Nanaimo. Saturday 12pm  Arrives Union, Sunday flam  Arrives Comox, Sunday 8 am  Returnine;:���������  Leaves Comox, Hunday 4pm  Imtem Uo'e.. Hnnilay B p m  Arrives Nanaimo, Kotiday 11 p m  Arrivaa Va-jooove������ Mooday 7am  State hwvea Uakxa far Umnberland every Banday nwit-alag na arrival of "COW *  1CKAN-," and bmrm VmmemlerA Hotel  ������l I  pm,  {"Miwwtiaf with atatum er  Vaam.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR PJIIBT-'JLAHH  CANDY, KRUITH,  no.\n������ a- towacco-j-  NOTIi K ia hnruhy m vou timt at tha  next iDoatiuff of thu IJnard nf Lloeim*  Cominisnionors of the Ci y of Cumber-  laud, I intend to epply for a  renewal of Iho hoUl Iiohm) In Id by me  fur tho N������w EiikIiiiiiI Hotel, Hititnted on  the ea.t half of Iul 'A, in block B, Cuniiw  land lowisito.  JAMKM WALTIW.  Dh'piI this lAth dny i.f Novinibm, MHO,  NOTICK is horthy givan (fiat oo tha tint  day ef Deoemhrr nnt application will lie  *neHa to thr Rn4****rint*nd'*nt, of Prnvlncliil  folic*. \'ioioria, for tti* renewal of th* ho*  Ul lie*i a lasll liqaer* by retail ia tho  hotel knows a* th* Port Auguita hftel, sit  naiad at Couioi, B.C. J, H Hulmm-  Dated Oeteber 11,1910.  NOTICK i* hrreby |ivm tbat oa tbe flrat  day nn**.t**A*i.t**r n^tl ap[.li*A(lon will lio  rnsdf to th" Hu(*4*rint>od������-Bt d Provincial  Poliea, Viotoria, fer lh* rtaawal of tha a������-  1*1 liostMW tn **ll liqoots by rotail in th*  howl know a a* Um -U-.ru* hotel, tilmnttd at  firm. i,RO I       t*t������Tl.  1l,:,t ttetAme II, IPfO.  NOTICK ii horoby Kivon tlut at tli-  next imelinff of the Huunl of l.ioeimu l.'.iiu-  inUsio.ioi'H ol thii City of I tiii>b������*r;t.od, I  intend to iipp y for a rouewul if the In I-  ei lui-uao beta Oy m* tut lliu tuiiiliiirlaml  il-,.il, .ttiia.. ii uuit). I, iiititik 'i, Cuui ������i-  Irtllil ToidlHIlO,  UH.|.[A.St MEIUOPIKI.lr.  llu tod t1 is l.'fth day uf N member, i'.HU.  .vi.ii*..i. I*, iicicii^ (iin-u x*im. tm ������."  firat day of lJ.H3at.ibor m xl apjilioali .n will  ba nihdn to th* NuporiuUmiluut vt I'mvin-  ciiil Polio*, Victoria, for the reoeKhluf iht'  hotel hon.o lo sail liquor��������� by rt-Uil iu the  hntol known a* tbo Nehim lio4*), iltiiatcil  ������t t'nion Kny, Rf.        fmntu A. Iti-ntfi-  SAYWARD LANU DISTRICT.  District of Coait.  TAKE NOTICE that D.ividion-Ward  Company, Ltd., of Vancouver, U.C, occupation lumbermen, intends to Apply for  permission to lease the following dr.*  scribed lands!���������Commencing at a post  planted at a point on Timber Limit No,  30610 nn the enst side of Copper Reach,  Li.UK-hborout'h Inlet about in chains  north of a -iirenm on the said e,<st side of  of and Copper Reach and ' chain easier  ly from the shore line of Copper Reach;  (hence west 20 chains, thenre south 20  ch-iin*4- thence eust 20 ch.iins more cr  less to .1 point 66 font east ol thc shore  lin*. of ii.iid Copper Reach j thence northerly 30 chiiins, but p-irallcl ic the shore  line of I ouHhboroujjh Inlei, to the point  of commencement, and containinK 41  .icret. more or lc������.s, includini' nil the fore  shore, tide Innds and lands covered by  water within the bouiiilariet thereof.  ALFRED JOHN.SON,  Agent fur Davidson.Ward Co, L-d.  Dated October l8ih 1910,  VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.  N.'TK'K mh-re'.-y ������iv n th t <m tlic  fir.t day uf J(.*oeo.l*r uatt upplioatlno will  Im mado to tb* Hnpanatondaat of Provincial  I'ohfrt, Viotoria, for tbo renewal nf the hn  tat lioooaa to tall liqaora by mall in ib*  ls*������l������l k*Mw������aatV*> Rivt-ranU l.������l*i, oiiaaUtl  %t 1"i*nrt*e*y, H.r1 it pr   Fmiimk  L.todUctobn II.Milo.  Dil net of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE <l at the Nor h l\\v<  fir |,t*ml*i<*r(,f*tm*v(nv. I.KnitcH t\f Mtrnrt  ll.C, occupation Itiraher iiiainifarturers,  i-atends to Apply fnr pernniiion to le;ce  Ihe followinif described fore.hnre on  Campbell River, commencing at a Don  planted *i tbe noithe.ist comer nf Int 67,  (���������henr alnn*,' <.h(irf> !���������*.#������ .* in a������-i. '���������������r1y rl  reilum bit alxuit u 1 ham*, tc a siimII  isl.mil shuwn on the pUn, thence south-  erly followini4 the t.hore nn������of lot (ij, itnd  at it ilivtiace ol nbout Irh.nn*. iberefrnm  to a po nt oppoMtt the nonheiat corner  of lo' 66, io*>othtr with the .ire. rnveie.t  bv Mater which for.it* lhe en.terly p^il  Ivihk l**l**r*en 'hi* i������t,������i.'l in.l ihe rnnia-  I ind of nml lot by as ������him"i red un lhe  plan ituaheil herein btn u t to interfrie  ..uh ihe i������svi|*,������(mr������ nf the river  I h������. Noai-i I'-icinc 1.i;mhi-r |i o, Ll.l  Ai 1 x-inhkk Oi *.*���������.���������. %..���������*,, Aw.ni.  t)4.tvl ;>tli OvtiiUi. i*������������..  !  Extract from tho mkmhk inuhm of association on Tnu Davidson-WaRn Com*  tany, UMrrin.  A Coinpuny duly incorporated under the  Companies Act, 1897, and amending  Acts, and  under the Witter Clauses Consolidation  Act, 1897 and ametidin)* Acts,  OIIJBCTS OF THK COMPANY.  (b) The acquisition by purchase and re  cord of water and water power of recorded ur unrecorded water or water privileges for and the implication of such water  and water power for all or nnv ol the following purposes: For renderinf4 such  water and water power available for use,  application and distnibuiion by electing  dams, increasing the he.id of water in  any existing body of water, or extending-  the area thereof, diverting the waters of  any stream, pond or lake into any other  channel or channels, laying or erecting  ���������tuy hue ol flume, pipe ur wire, construct*  in is' any r.iceway, reservoir or aqueduct,  weir, wheel, building!.' or other elections  cf work wliich may bo required in connec  tion with the improvement and use ofthe  said vnter and waler power, or by alter*  in*1, renewing, extending, improving re*  pairing or nininiainiiii1 such works or  in.ichiiiety or any part thereof.  (c) The me of *nicr or waler power  for milling, iiiiinuf.icturing, industrial nnd  mechanical purposes, and in particular  for manufacturing w.ioil pulp and paptr,  (d) To use water and water power  for producing any foim of power and tor  producing and generating rJectncity ior  the purpose ol light, heat or any of such  purpose*.  te) Can'tructing. operating and main  laining electric works, powei houi-es, gen  erwlnig plant, and such other appliance*  and conveniences a* ar** neciMary 01 pro  per for gciicuu ng elettricty nr miy oihe*'  tonn nl developed power, and for tiant.-  twitting ihe tiime to be used by tbe (hii  fi-icv nr bvpersnn*, nr rn,pnr������iinrt rrn-  ir.iciii.g wrrh the Comp my therefor, at, ,1  1,,,i.,it.   ,���������>���������������.( k--i    ,.,i    ilx    in.l|iiiat..   tor  which water, water ponet, tle<,iii<.ity or  electric iiower denied from water may be  appiifil, until or requited.  m^^m*mmmm**mmt*mtmm*mm*mmmmm,^^^   ****  ,1.  X-t ������-._  A -   \  *  pays.    Try it,  N  fc.Vv������  TAKK Ndllt'K (hat William V, Smith,  of V* ooiiv-*, otoopatinn, inrp#ntar, ia*  (������������������da to apply for i������������riiiu������i,,*j m \mtihit*  (lie lolloaibg l*ecril������a| I4n.le.-t-1m1r.na*  int at a p**l |itau(.i| at M.e north <������������������������' ift.  nrt ut N������. l,iii*'iii< north bd chain*, ihano*  ������a*t an chain., tho 0* south M ohain*.  <b aoa intimiliiini, tu point of ������on,m*  rtK.Nwai, too'an inn t-tO a������r#������, m.-ta .if  -t*m i������ I I.U AM I *M1TH,  N.me ���������t A frill**.  n um.l.ms.1., mn. '-.'ifiiwfl ,'.���������.;. 't^iT*  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  "THE DEAD HAS COMETO UFE"  A "FRUIT-A-TIVES" MIRACLE  THE CLOCK TICKED  Tho night wns dark an 1 blnek outside,  With a boisterous wind untamed,  Wliil'.st I was sitting -snug within,  Where my good log lire il-uiu-d.  And the clock ticked,  The cut, purred,  And the kettle sung.  A BRONCHO BUSTER  How  MRS. JAMta FENWICK  Enterprise, Out., October ist, 1908.  "I suffered tortures for seven long  vears from a Water Tumor. I was  forced to take morphia constantly to  relieve the awful pains, and I wanted to  die to get relief. The doctors gave me  up and my friends hourly expected my  death. Then I v/as induced to take  "Fruit-a-tives" and tliis wonderful fruit  medicine has completely cured me.  When I appeared on the street again  my friends exclaimed 'The dead has  come to life.' The cure was a positive  miracle."     MRS. JAMES PENWICK  1   IV*  Of  And  Stiff  To  At  i.! nn* a tnh' of luvi' mul  hriivi* knights 1111.1  hulk*  1  brewed nit: a brow of  Uul   Scotch,  drive* away dull fan-.  war,  s fair,  All!  Tin-  Am.  tin* clock  cat |iiinvil  tlu- kettle  tiekci  last  my can.lie spluttered out,  But niy.'fii-i' still giivt* light,  Antl I, turned my tumbler up-itl** down  And'bade, myself  goo.l-tiight.  An.l  Ami  And  the  the  the  oa  )t*k sung,  file l'Urn.'d,  t ticked.  any aches or  Physician���������Have  you  pains thi-; morning?  Patient���������Yes, doctor; it, hurts mi  itiie; in fact, the only trouble now  ns to be with my breath,  lysician���������All right.    I'll give you  to  in*.  SI'.'          -        - .... something that will soon stop that.���������  Soc ?.b?^f������I^^r^.aI.!i^ .(-"I Housekeeping.  25c.  At dealers or from Fruit-e-tives  Limited. Ottawa.  FREE TO YOU  ^PiTOw  The best premiums snd thn test values  ever offered, (iold and Silver Watches, (icm  Set Hings and brooches, laiiKhter-prtHliioing  Moving Picture Machines, Finely Decorated  Tea Sets an.l mauy other uranium*) given  FBEK fot t_dlli.fi oorjilgh classJiolaEm-  bosjcdTieturaTiist Cartis. "Tlie very Jatelt*  designs In Views, Birthday, Floral, Holiday,  Comics, &e., ate for 10c. Metl $3.00 *worlli and  win one of these fine premiums. You can  scli them in an hour or two, but don't delay,  for we give an extra premium for promptness, write to-day and we wilt send you a  package and our big premium list Come  with the crowds and get the best premiums  offered Write your name and address vory  plainly.        COBALT GOLD PEN CO. -  DepUfll /Toronto, Ont  Teacher���������"Mimniie, suppose you had  ten apples and ten oranges, and gave  nine-tenths of them, to, some other  little boys, wlmt would you have?"  .lininiie���������"I'd liave me head examined."  Dominion Express  flone/Orden and  :! ; foreign Cheques  f  art payable all ever the World.  Absolutely the best way  to remit money by mail.  TRAVELLERS'CHEQUES ISSUED  Monay air.4) by Taleoraph and Cable  Foreign Meney bought and aold  Ratee for Monty Ordara  $1 and under ,     ,      1 emit*  Over B to $10        .     .      (    "  '���������    tile   10       ,     .     tO    "  '���������     |0 to   (0        .     .     16    "  Oh S1I1 in ill Can. P*e. Ry, Station,.  Why Suffer From Piles ?  Zam-Buk   Gives   Certain   Ease.  Friction on the veins (the horrhoid  veins) that are swollen, inflamed and  gorged with hlood, is what causes the  I terrible, pain and 'stinging and-smart-  1 ing of piles. Z-im-Buk applied nt  \ night will be found to give ease bc-  ��������� fire morning* Thousands of persons  ! liave proved this. Why not be guided'  'by the experience of others? Mr.  ! Thomas Pearson, of Prince Albert,  j Sa.sk., writes: "I must thank you for  ; the benefit I have received from the  i use of Zam-Buk. Lastj summer I suf-  ! fered greatly from piles.. 1 started to  : use. Zam-Buk antl found it gave'me  : relief, so I continued it and after us-  HrigHiu-eft-oi'-four-H-boxes-I-am-pleasad.  i to sny it has effected a complete  ; cure."  ! Mr. G. A. Dufresne, 183-185 St.  \ Joseph -Street, St. Rocli, Quebec, P.Q.,  .writes: "I can highly recommend  IZiii'i-Huk to anyone who suffers from  piles."  Magistrate Sanford, of Weston,  King's Oo,, N, S., says-. "I suffered  long from itching piles, but Zam-Buk  has now cured me."  Mr. William Kenty, of Upper Nine  Mile Hi ver, Hants Co., N. S., says: "I  suffered terribly from piles, the pain'  ut, times was '-.linost unbearable,. I  j tried various ointments, but every  thing 1 tried failed t,o do me, tho  I slightest good, 1 wns tired of trying  j various remedies, when T heard of  Zam-Buk, and thought as a last resource 1 would give tliis balm a trial.  ! 1 procured n supply ami commenced  j with the treatment, After a very  I short, time Znin-l.uk effect d whnt  1 several^ other ointments and medicines  bad failed to do���������a complete cure."  Ziim-Hiik is also 11 sine curo for  skin injuries nnd diseases, eczema,  ulcers, varicose veins, cuts, burns,  bruises, chaps, cold sores, etc. 50c  11 box all druggists imdstores, or post  free from Ziim-llul. Co., Toronto, for  prioe.   Refuse harmful imitations.  Billy H  Showed the British  Army a Trick or Two.  Writing of Ross's Scouts, who took  part in the Boer campaign, the author  of "The Rough Riders of the Plains,"  SUV'S;  In riding they were the admiration  of the .regulars. The story is told of  how a well-known Imperial officer  on one occasion was treated to an  exhibition of "broncho-busting" such  us ht had never before witnessed,  ami was not likely to witness again  outside North America.  A line regiment, under General  Mutton's command in the Rloemfon-  tein district was boasting one even-  in-r of a horse, an Australian wider,  which none of their men could  mourn. The horse was a big, powerful black brute, full of devil, antl the  consensus of opinion was that ho had  hettev be shot or sent to the Remount  Department to be broken in. He  was of no use for present service. An  officer of the C..M.R. happened to  hear this, and ventured to dissent.  "I'll bet you fellows," he said, "that j  I've a man in my troop who'll ride  him." The cha'hnge was taken up.  and the following day fixed upon for  the contest. The C.M.R. officer went  to his mon and said: "The ���������th over  there have a horse that tliey can't  manage. Now I want one of you to  show 'em how to ride it. At this,  pretty well all the troop stepped forward, but-ii was explained to them  that tbey couldn't- ail get, on the  water's back, and that one man alone  was needed. "You can settle it  among yourselves," said the officer.  "I just want the best man, that's  all." The troop decided by selecting  Billy IT���������, an ex-cow-puncher of wide  re nut nt; on as a "blister." The horse  wasn't born,* he declared, that could  beat hini. So in the morning Billy,  dressed in cowboy style, shirt and  "shaps," and wide-brimmed hat, and  armed with 0 stout quirt, strolled  down to the appointed place, where  the ���������th were waiting to see the fun.  Walking leisurely to the Imperial  officer, who was resplendent in all  the glory of gold lace and plumes,  Billy prodded him in the chest with  the quirt. "Whar's this son of a  gun you say you kain't ride?" - he  asked. For a moment the officer hud  no breath to make a reply with, but  on recovering himself, he ordered the  _\v'al____to be brought out.* "Then Billy  TTF-'^boir"'"--'"���������   To those who stiff er sickness, tc those who want to be well,  we say let us buy a 50-cent bottle of Psyehine  from your druggist and give it to  t  you free to prove.  The white corpuscles of the blood���������  the Phagocytes, as they are known  Scientifically���������are the policemen or  the sea rangers of the body.  Not a germ of disease can Invade  the body anywhere but these white  corpuscles get after it. And, if they  are strong enough or ln sufficient  numbers, they devour It.  If they're not strong enough or in  sufficient numbers, tben tbe invading  army of disease germs triumphs and  disease bolds the body.  Any preparation that strengthens  these white corpuscles or that increases their number, will not only  preserve health, but will build up its  defences so strongly that contagion  or Infection are Impossible.  ��������� * -it-  Herbs have always been great curative agents from time immemorial.  They have been styled nature's own  remedies.  Certain herbs more than others are  noted for their curative powers.  And it has been found that those  herbs that are most effective ln maintaining or restoring health, do so by  building up the white corpuscles or  Phagocytes.  * ������ *  ,   These   herbs   are   Incorporated   in  t-sj-chine.  And it ls the tremendous curative  power of these herbs that is responsible for the unequalled record ot this  splendid  preparation.  Think of it. In Psyehine we have a  preparation tbat has been in use a  third bf a century. That has cured  hundreds of thousands of many kinds  of diseases.  For which we have received hundreds of thousands of unsolicited  testimonials.  Here are the diseases for the treatment of which Psyehine is Indicated:  La Grippe  Bronchiti*  Hemorrhage*  Sore Throat  Anaemia  Femalo WealcneM  Indigestion  Poor Appetite  Chill*, and Fever.  Sleeplessness and  Nervous Trouble.  Bronchial Coughs  Weak Lungs  Weak Voice     *  Spring Wcaknosa  Early Deoline  Catarrhal Affections  Catarrh of Stomach  Night Sweats  Obstinate Courfha  Lar-rngitia aod  Dytpepsi*  We will undoubtedly buy and distribute in this manner hundreds of  thousands of these 50-cent bottles of  Psyehine.  And we do that to show our entirt  confidence in this wonderful preparation.  A confidence that has been based  on our third of a century's experience  with this splendid preparation with a  full knowledge of tbe hundreds ot  thousands of cures it has made.  COUPON No. 94  To  the Dr.  T.  A.  SLOCUM, Lid.  193-195 Spadina Ave.,  Toronto  I accent your offer to try a 60c bottle  of Psyehine (pronounced Sl-koeie at  your expense. I have not had a 5Uu.  bott'e of Psyehine under this plan.  Kindly advise my druggist lo deliver  thin bottle 10 uie.  After-effect* of Pleurisy, Pneumonia and  La-Grippe.  Now we don't ask you to take our  word for the tremendously beneficial  effect of PBychine. Fill out the  coupon below, mail it to us and we'll  give your druggist an order (for  which we pay him the regular retail  price) for a 50-eent bottle of Psyehine  to be given you free of cost.  My Name ,  Town   Street and Number.  My Druggist's Namo.  Street and Number...  ThU coupon is not good for a 50c. bottle  of Psyehine if presented to the druggist  ��������� It must be sent ui���������wo will then buy  the 80c. bottle of Psyehine Jrom your  druggist and olrect him to deliver it to  you. This offier mar be withdrawn at  any time without notice. Send coupon  today. ���������  Kupou     1  Nervous Women  will find that Nature responds  promptly to the gentle laxative effects, and the helpful  tonic action, of  It Isn't  How is it possible to bo a pes-.in.isti  when  you huve  a day  off,  a fishing  outfit   and   a   can   of   bait?���������Urbuiia  Ctizen.  There mny lie red-hended nns'-ln in  lu'iivi'ii, bm how does il help tliinKx  tn hnve -inch tempers there:''  Horn*  DYEINQ  , ll th. w.y lo ,  8av Money  Prea'a Woll  Try It I  Slmpls at Waahlns  wllh  JLW0LA  0NE"������������������AIIK.NDS������������  JUST THINK OF ITI  rt-f. Wo������l, CiMInn, Silt orHla.t Ooat, ttrt.elli  wllh IH. SAMK l>.*"No tlia.r. al ml.l.k...   I'M.  titi. (ImuiiIuI Color. It,..mi, Iran rauilinit���������(���������( o;  i.il.f t,,ni lo. t.i*li>r Ct.il .ail ITORV BtioVT.l. II  ha* J.>hn������oi.,Hkliai..on (,*., II������H.4, Hum...!,  ii  Give Baby a Chance.  Don't dose the huhy with southing  ; mixtures nnd 1111 rent ie.*.���������they were  : never_ known to help uny b.iliy. You  j inji'lit' just mm well do-e the grown  , up ninn ur wiiiiinn witli opium or en*  Pllilli������������������ the result would he tlv miine-���������  111 permanent, injury to ' iniiul and  iliody. When luihy U ill give him 11  1 lileilii'illii thut will rill.'--��������� 11 lliedieilte  1 free iiiiiii injurious ili'i'ir-i. Such a i naniei  ; medicine is llnliy's own Tablets,  I They    in*,.    Iiiiliy',.i    gr.-ntoil    friend.  "the matter in~lnint3. The  big black horse having, been turned  loose, was skilfully "roped" by Billy's  friends, and the ex-cow-puncher's  own saddle was placed upon it. When  the animal struggled to its feet, Billy,  was in his seat rendy for action.  The waler was something of a terror there was no gainsaying- the fact.  He bucked and corkscrewed and  twisted and bit, find indulged in nil  the devilments 'lint an outlaw, horse  could possibly devise. But through  it all, Billy H��������� sat tight, as if he  were part of the animal itself. To  his comrades' loud cries t.f "Stay  with him, Billy! Stay with him!"  he spurred and quirted the wnler to a  pitch of madness, until tlie frenzied  brute tore wildly across the veldt.  It came back to give vent to more  bucking, but not for long. The cowboy proved the master, and when he  threw himself off at last, he had succeeded in niaking the horse do just  what he ordered. Tho buck-jumper  was tamed 1  Tho Imperial oflicer hnd watched  thp exhibition with amazement. Nor  was ho alone in this. Vory few of  thoso present had seen n better display of riding. "Wonderful!" ho  exclaimed. "Wonderful, hy .lovo! I  should never luive believed it, possible!" Billy H~-, with his saddle  on his arm and his quirt trailing on  the ground, spat sum' of the dust  nnt of his mouth, "Wu'ul," lie said,  "I dunno. I guess in my country  we'd just cull that Iiimu a goldiirned  enyuse!"  Sold Everywhere. In Boxes 35 cent*.  Canadian Hair Restorer  Young Rector (in evident ombar-  nus.iient): "My dear Miss Clara, I','  ���������trying to leave the chair���������"I believe  I have formed an attachment and���������"  ���������Miss Clara (blushing* furiously)���������  "Oh,   Arthur���������I   men'n,   Mr.  Greene���������  this is so unexpected!   1 must "  _Xaung B������Cior-_, (teiiiticallyl��������� "Beg  pardon, Miss C.ara, but I w.'.s about  to say that I have formed an attachment to this chair, due to the presence  of a bit of cobbler's wax placed here  by that wire-generate young brother  of yours." '" ������*  And even the chair groaned in sym-'  Pithy. ,     '   ,  Will restore gray hair to its natural color.  Stop Fulling Hnlr, cnuses to grow on bnld  liends, cures nnndrufT, Itching nnd nil Sculp Din-  eases. Contains no oily or greasy ingredients.  Price 73c���������To Introduce will mall flrat  order for 30c, coin or postal nole.  Address, The Ma-win Co.,Windsor, Ont.. Can.  C.������N.  Hns more rejuvlnnting,  vitalizing force   than  _     ,    _ _ has   ever before   been  offered, Sufferers from luck of vigor and vilnl  weakness which sap the ple-ismes of lite  should take C. N. One !>ox will ������liow won.  derful results, Kent by ituill lu plnin pnekuge  only oh receipt of this advertisement and oue  dollar.  ___   Address, THE  NERVINE CO.,  90 Victoria Avu���������   Windsor,Ont,, Canada.  Minard's Liniment for sal������ everywhere  The love-sick swn-n spent  a whole  day  and  half a night; in composing  the following -sonnet in praise.of the  object of his affections-,  ^einriful maiden, with eyes ef blue,  Oh! how my heart, it s'ghs for you.  Sweetest, 1 love you much, I vow,  How enn T do without, you now?  !> Rui the subject of the sonnet had no  soul for poetry, for she informed   its  author that, she con idered his effort  to be "a very clever aero-tic."  Progressing  "As a politician, that man was a  disgrace to the city."  "Well he has risen in the political  world since then. Now he's a disgrace to the state."���������Puck.  MilohtsGum  auickly steps coughs, cures colds, heals  the   throat and  lungs. -   ���������   .  25 cents.  ~-Tn~IiOT5tw-"!-S!T5T^    this town,    Onn you tell me a good  plaee to stop at?"    ' '  "Yes, sir.    Stop   just   before    the  *at.' "  '.The transition from winter's cold������to  summer's beat frequently puts a  strain upon'the system that'produces  internal complications, always painful and . often serious. A 'common  form of disorder is, dysentery, to  which many are prone in the spring  and summer, The very best medicine  to use in subduing this ppinful ailment is Dr, J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial. It is a standard remedy,  sold everywhere.  It's awfully hard for a man to keep  his fool streak undor cover,  Their Destination  Mr. Bung���������When Kipper wns married he and his bride went iiivny in  his motorcar.  Mhh Hing���������So? Where did they  spend their hoiievmooii?  "In n hospital."  iwny*.    gum  'ivlinrd   M til-  writ e*  1,1       b"  "Huhy*!  ill   every  lm liy  ' They   n -ver  dn   luiriii  l'.'iiiii*i'i-irii������ them  Mr**.,  I luy,  l.iiiiignii,  Hii-dc  illwn    Tablets    slmul,  , Imllie   V, liele   lllel'C  lire  I We   gllVe   tliem   to   uul'  , wns    teetlijii*.'   and    lliey  'guild   niillli'i'il     ntul     healthy  1 TiJil't-. nre .-iiiM  by in die.lie dealers  ;.n    bv mail at 'Jf'e n lux   from   The  !*���������-.  William.*,' Me.lii'ine   l'n,,   Ihuck.  I'llie, out.  .   Garibaldi ns a Canadian.  That finribaldi was 11 Ciuiadinn wns  the strange claim set  up llfly yours  ago by a Montreal newspaper of tho  p> rind known as l/Onlre.   The story  was  that   in   1H1 *2,  nn   Iroquois chiof  (iiirmbiildf h intending "mighty  in   war")   cniiie   trom   Wesiern   Now  York to bower Cuninlii,    Ho died  in  1**20,   leaving   a   son   named   .lo-eph.  whose name was known ns Ourlbitldo.  Ilo was taken charge o(  hy it priest  . , who took him with hint lo Italy ntul  small .���������hild..'ii.|.(,1|u,,.,tlil blm then,.   Then), in iiccor.l.  when he 1 ,,,���������,,, w-_|, .���������,,, language of the country.  Kept   I'liii 1 |,���������  WI1S  known  as  (iijisejipe  instead  ���������"���������*' I id Joseph,  and  wns taught  to  wriUi  his Mirniiiiin Oarilnildi,   It was claim*  cd  hy the news (in per already quote,!  that   C.'irilmMi,  nt   this  lime  half  11  century   ago,   eorrcsixindi'd   regularly  ,   l.'������ ;_, /....;i...i.  ll -.i---in- a- if 11 W'-iiian won! I rather  look pretty in her |iln������l'igi'ii|ili limn lie-  liuilly In* so in her own person.  Willi his uncle, one  ol Si ind.    Strung*  'nincis (iariliitlil"  as it  may iippenr,  AwriHe.l l-'irm  Prize nt  Worlds  Ex*  (HiMtiuii un its W������*rk  and  M.ilio h-,  (',ilill(,g,|e   l*'|-ee.     Adiliv.-s.  WINNIPEG BUSINESS COLt-EG-*,  Cor. IV.iij'e Ave fi i-,,i** st, WiniiljH'g  e1...".."!4;.1" j..."     .       " ".'.  Mlnnrd'*  Liniment   Curat  li  Dandruff.  NEST AMD HEAITK TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  ,,^r^4*i:"^T-;,viAU������byMii,M..NH,ii.  M.i lit*-....-, en -<-���������'��������� ���������-..^������������������,1;). ' ''''���������''��������� ���������*  tKI-TIIINf., ������l<>* PRBKKCT hliCCK-ah. II  MHlTIIKk Itlt CIIIM', HOl'TIi!*4. I lie ������'lJM*'_  AI.t-AVS.ll .'AIN   CUtKHWI.NtlCUUC, and  it Hi. i������ti r.inHr I** WIAI-HJOJA. 11 ;���������__������������������>  iolu('ly hirmlfn Mt turt and auk for "Mra.  Win.low ��������� Hoaihltaf Uyrup," and laka rao (Hint  kiwi.   i>eatj**BV*������������Btia boltla.  AGENTS WANTED.  Litlu-r S.v.    Arc ymi  iiinltiiig   tfi.fK).  per   day?    If   not.   write   iiiitiu dialely  tut our Fin   J.I,iln.rale Ouflif iif Holiday   Book*.     Sells-ill   i-Hflit.  ���������J. L. Nicholas Company, Ud.  I ..unit...   t If  .  Mi-*  lingers- "11 iW  ,m\ iIiiiil' -.ii Ill-mil iiui a������  yt'in  pit-iuri*?"  Aiti-t   "(lot nn cngngi  -eiilie  lun  tinlleee  In li|.-  yoii im .gine  lh.- angel in  I iiiiiii. to de.  itl view of the apniiretitly woll outfit*  lished fact of the ltiiliiitt gi'iieral having hoeii 11 native id Nice, and born  td r.-s'K'i'tiiliKi imd wnll-kiKiwit parents,  the cfiiiiii ������f h'Ordro wnn taken (|tiit������  seriously hy somo people of llnv por-  j.'d in i*uiMtioii. who were pi*rlui|H  not averse to In'lieviug in the lrot|Uou  origin of the ���������jeneriil.  Warrco.Oot.  Ftb, Uth.  : had a horae that  a ftpivla for a  loiif tlmt ami I had  tried nearly tvety Iti-rut ot mttllelae  ���������t-tirn t nslglihor loH me to uie  KraiUII'n Hpirla Cure, which I ilia  a������.l ll atttt vnattHaUf,"  M. BOSUMTHAt.  Kendall's Spavlra Cure l������ ao  un 1 rlttl ri perlmt.nl, but it tht world's  ���������tamletil rtmttly for ill ftwtllisf.1,  Hull niincheaand l^ameatM l������ .n."***  a ail liiin.  t'lKtl thr worlil ottr for 4*yent-a.  I'ftry fjiinrr, nockniau, riprtta*  mail, llvtry proprltlor and horta  cwntr   (far-ally  tlioultl  k������p   It  alwtyi oa li'asil.  |l. a hotilt-8 for |a,   A������k your  rttaltr for frtt copy of our book "A  Tr.tllM Oa Tht Hor.t"--or wrltt ua  DR. at, J. KXNOALI. CO,   &���������  KnMlHirf rail*,   ���������   VtrBMt.  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  stop the meanest, nastiest, most persistent headaches In half tn  hour or less. We guarantee that they oontaln no opium,  morphine or other poisonous drugs, 25c, & box at your druggists',  or by mall from 29  National Onu and Cbamlcal Co. af Canada. Umlttd,     ���������     ...     .     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AH 'he sermon*, are in  jFieiifh, except ������t St. Patrick'-1, whero  'our   own   Father .ttertttttd   t'auirhnn  tilted  nt   Hm-linh   I'Mt.-siantistn.    St.  I'atri.'k's hit-, a   larife   -(aim*d   (.*la*K  1 ,. ... [.,-,. I, iU'!!!" *���������'!' -eii,.', I'.-jll" ,,ff  tlK* Cliffs i"1" Hie O'l'ttll lit t'ie ft.(liti.Mini  of  the   SIMM      The  l.,'"end   iJ   not  ' iHiinllV   tri'M't'il   Hi   Hits   ll!!r!i*f!l!l.*<lr*  1 fuhhhih.  STEAMSHIP PASSENGERS  I SAILING  FROM ,  j NEW  YORK        ;  D.'.k Ymvi J...') Pat-sajjc Vt-i  ST.  PAUL OR DULUTH, OHICAOOj  1 nnd I  SEND FOR.  CATALOGUE "D"  IT'S TREE  -*. mm���������mmmmm**���������m���������m*mm*mmm  /l^B have just isiued the handiometit  VI/ Jewelry Catalogue ever publiihed in Canada  ���������and it is youra (er the asking. C It contains  132 pages of illustrations in colors, of Diamonds,  Jewelry, Silverware, China, Cut Glass, Leather  Goods, ete. C We prepay all delivery chargea on  every artiele purchased from us���������guarantee safe  delivery���������and cheerfully refund the money if goods  are not perfectly satisfactory.  RYRIC BROS. LIMITED  Diamond Merchant*, Jawalara  and Sllvaramltha  134-136-138 Yonga St.      -       Toronto  tin event r..,w,*t if ANSV RVNtR, S<m.*T**mi.  Tbo  only  lCTWNVt  Doubli!  Track  llouto  Niiii/ara FalU  vim  3   Through Traim  Daily  Tht Hol������ In 1ha Tofket.  The nt'tt-i   .l'tn*."*roii-   lei"   in  mull'*. I'nckft  is iilwn-,--.   ll,,.   one  th** tfl|>- -ItDtldtili  Mail.  Ancltnt Yt.1^t.  Thd   mlTft-4-'*"!'4*   '���������'"���������   -i������'wn  i-ella  in   Fnyi'li'in   hr*,i,|   a,.ir������  UOOA y*et* old.  1    Scenic  Hunt  J'l.litt*  Kinj.|..v  any  ut  Vi������(I*f  tloin  (.nimtlh    n*"*������'lbi4(l*'  a   itlld   S]i#ci!il   AtT.-n*  tion fjivitt Nleiitnsliip Vimnentet*.  We  ri'prchOtit   nil  Htctimahlp  I.inca \  nn.l Ci.* kV T<-*ir*-,  111    inf.irrn.iti.tri    rhtv.ffiill*/    tlv*n,!  ! rcnervati'iiii iiuidti nti.j tickf-ta li-nicxt.'  A. E. DUFF, Gonoral Agttit r*������M������nf������r  Dapartmeni.  4 Vhow 7m. tm Portage Art., Winttifx-f j  WHEK IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  'matches  Wa ara   tvtrywhtra with tha   ttandard gooda.  Papar and Matchat ara our ipacialtlaa.   Lat ua  Vnaw yaur wantt���������aira'll de the feat,  TheE.BaEddyCo.Ltd  HULL CANADA  Tin a> PIMMI, LIMITIO, Aganta, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmantan,  rtaglna, Fort Wflllam and Part Arthur. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  tf  V  COOKING for  WE ARE so use** to the 'dea of the  Woman's Exchange that we accept tt as a confirmed Institution. It Is not a-novelty even ia  hamlets remote from metropolitan centers. We talk of "depositors" and "percentages" anil "commission" as fluently  as of bargain counters and special sales.  All are for the especial benelU of  women who must practice economy and  make the single dollar go a long way.  The Exchange goes a step further than  the bargain counter. The latter presupposes that the aforesaid woman has  In hand some money to ������|iend. The Kx-  change recognizes and emphasizes the  mortifying fact that she must make her  apendlng money by her own work.  A glance at the history of* a movement, which had as little place ln the  lives of the housemothers of the early'  nineteenth century as had the magnetic  telegraph and the trolley car, may interest the reader.  rn 1S33 certain philanthropists of Philadelphia founded the Ladles' Depository  Association In the hope of "arousing in  the community an Interest ln the hard  and often bitter struggle to which educated, refined women are so frequently  exposed when financial reverses compel  them to rely upon their own exertions  for a support."  In,the prospectus Issued by the association, lt was proposed "to dispone of  *PL  less "exchanres for women's work"  flourishing throughout our land.  An Important���������perhaps the most Important-branch of the mighty work is  cookery done hy depositors, who arc,  without exception, women.  In every family there is sure to be  one member who has a "talent for  cookery." Up to the middle of the last  century thle one was generally considered the least accomplished of the  "girls." Ethel painted on velvet, Cecilia was a musical genius, Minerva  "wrote Tor the papers." Kven Prlscilla.  who embroidered astonishing samplers  and chair covers, took precedence in  the estimation of household and neighborhood critics of Jane, who had a turn  for preserves, cakes and pies.  lf the WomeiVs Kxchimte has not altogether reversed the Judgment that  relegated her to the lowest place,  it. has demonstrated conclusively that  Jane's one poor little talent has pecuniary value beyond that of the musician  or the artist, or even of "literary"  .Minerva  From a dozen stories illustrative of  this truth  I select one:  In a fair southern city I wot of lived  two maiden sisteis, the lonely tenants of a big house which was, "before the w-,r," filled with a merry family of four sons and as many daughters.    Two  of  the  sons  had  fallen  in  {.(ill a year. They kept no servant,  cheap as labor was in the region. One  had weak eyes: the other had little  skill with her needle. She would have  [faltl, "no knack for fancy work," such  as the lately established exchange offered  for sale as the work of depositors. Both  wuincu touid c*o;:*k. A chance remark  of a neighbor opened a possible loophole in the walls that seemed closing  them in aa time demonstrated the 'Impossibility of meeting their living expenses.  "Nobody else makes such beautiful  beaten biscuits as you do, Miss Patty!"  she suld, helping herself to a third  from the plate set before her at the  evening meal she had been invited to  share. "J wonder you dor.'t send them  to the exchange!"  Miss Patty had a wakeful night. Next  day she made four dozen beaten biscuits and carried them, tremblingly, to  the modest building occupied by the new  -���������institution."  "Just what we were wishing for!"  said the person in charge. "We have  an order from Mrs. R���������" (one of the  richest women in town) "for ten dozen  beaten biscuits for a luncheon she is to  give tomorrow."  "I will bring the rest!" murmured Miss  Patty, breathlessly. "There Is plenty of  time.''  In less than a year the sisters were  these women's work without exposing,  them to the often rough handling of,  shopkee-pcrs or to the mortifying ad-iils-  p on of their fancied humiliating eon-  (lltinn."  Pram thla tiny shoot, Ret In good and  fertile ground, have sprung; the count-  "Afternoon ten in tho gnrden."  battle; one was a resident of a distant  city, and very poor; a fourth wiih married, a hopeless Invalid and supported by his son, The homestend bo-  lnmrt.'i to the (wn sl������tc*-s, who lent not  mnrrled and left thn city, Besides the  roof   over   their   heads   they   luul   just  supplying orders from every quarter of  the city, and from t ther and larger  nlnecs hundreds of miles distant, Tiny  had hired assistants now, but the hulk  of tlic labor fell upon their capable and  willing hands. Exchanges, far and  near,  henrii cf tlie excellence of their  "From   this   one   soiree   she  amassed a fortune."  wares, and caterers who had once tried  them' became regular customers. The  one talent had "been put out to the  usurers" and brought In compound interest.  I have told in a former talk of another  woman (also a southerner), who was  noted among her friends for the de'i-  ciousness of ner pickles. Her husband  w-as an invalid when the war, which  had beggared them, was over. The  plucky wife could do but one thing* better than anybody else in the region  could. Sho fell to work, making antl  ~putting_up.piGkles-fcr-the-!oca!-giooer-43,���������  That was twenty years ago. Frcm this  one source of revenue she has amassed  a fortune, educated ; her cl lidren,  bought one of the handsomest houses  In her native city and is putting up  line buildings for rent,  In the cases I have cited of cooking  for profit, the secret of marked cuccess  was that each woman maintained, from  first to last, the excellent'quality of her  'product. Miss Patty was ns honest and  careful In mixing and beating and baking her Incomparable biscuits In the  tenth year of her successful industry  as when sho made the other six dozen  that were to fill out her fir.st nrtlfr. Tho  bottle of pickles opened yesterday for  my luncheon fell not one whit behind  tlie grade of the lot consigned to the  friendly grocer ns a sample of the very  best the maker could produce. I shall  never taste Boston brown bread equal In  sweetness, tenderness and nutritive  qualities to the last 1 ordered from Mrs.  V., with the knowledge that she would  take no more orders,  The secret Is "open," I whsh I could  add that all who cook fur a livelihood  have profited by It, The dispositions to  "scamp" In this Ingredient, nnd lo  measure carelessly In handling that; t������������������  leave the mixing to a subordinate and  tho baking to luck���������have swamped many  a promising enterprise In thi* direction.  The traveler In Great Britain, especially If he journey by carriage or  motorcar, soon bet-tunes pleasantly  familiar with the sight of tlie neat "teahouses" set back a Hull- from the main  road, yet visible through embowerli.g  trees, where ten, freshly brewed, and  loam, tencake; arid scones may be had  from 3 to 6 o'clock every afternoon.  Some of my pleasantest reminiscences of  excursions in '--iiglnnil, Wales, Scot.ami  arid Ireland are connected with rests of  an hour or so at these cottages. We had  tea In the low-browed, exquisitely clean  parlor, ."haded by vines and roses, and  opening Into the old-fashioned garden at  the side or back of the house. Or, if we  were so inclined, we might have our  afternoon tea In the garden itself, from  a IHtle table sei under canopying vines,  wtth alleys, lined with clove pinks,  southern wood, rosemary and lavender,  stretching away between beds of thrifty  vegetables. The tea was always good  and hot; thc cakes or bannocks or  scones that accompanied it were palatable, and the attendant���������one of tne  "little maids" of the house ���������so the  mother named tliem���������trim and respectful, lt was a rural idyl to us, "passionate pilgrims" to the motherland.  I wondered then, and I wonder more  now, why the tremendous rush of  automobile travel through every highway and byway of these United  States has not prompted our farming  folk to copy this one transatlantic*  fashion. The sign "tea garden." at  the entrance to a shaded cross road;  the quiet and seclusion of the garden  Itself, so unlike the "beer garden" before which no!st?r tourists halt, for  refreshment, should attract family  parties and the more refined excur-*  slonists. Nay! they assuredly would,  and in due time earn for those who  manage them reputation and money.  There is a tempting field ready and  waiting for that woman who, with  her daughters, shall Inaugurate the  era of the "tea garden" In this country. The more cld-fashioned the house  and furniture the better. City people  do not go to the country to look for  city ways and sights. The homestead,  hoary with use, with big rooms and  big chairs, tables and sofas filling  ���������the���������far��������� coMiera;_tha^e,w__wlnjlftjKSJ  with their many panes of glass;  grandfather's clock close beside the  fireplace���������these will make the chief  and best features of the interior.  Have light stands of the simplest  construction. Mission furniture will  go welt with what you have already,  i'our grandmother's china will be an  added charm to thc repast. Make your  own bread, and let it be light and  sweet; study to have some specially  that will fix your tearoom or garden  In the mind of the thirsty tourist.   If  than you would make by selling butter antl eggs at the nearest market  town from now until doomsday.  Which limit signifies to the farmer's  wife the alarmingly early age at  which, worn dow"1 with toll the worst  element of whict. *s monotony, she  sinks into the gravt, ->r Imbecility!  Tack up the pretty sign between the  front windows of the aged stono houae,  which passersby ln the chariots that'run  swiftly In the streets and macarlamlv-eu  roads have already pointed out as "picturesque." Then make such ��������� "������������������t.i-i*-*4-  tlons as ! have sketched, and see If 1 am  not a true seer.  This Is the easiest way of cooking for  prom thai l can thin* ot lor wo.i.en  who dwell far from tee iiuiiey crowd of  thu lighters lor to,id ami ior fu.uts v.l.li  which io carry tm lhe mad battle, lt  will keep you tiooiewiiat ,n tjucn witn  the grunt outer iv-i'ld antl drive away  what the citv drone calls "ennui," and  vour mother knows, without putting a  name U> it���������the dead rot of i..lnu and  spirit that consigns nn Incredible percentage of fanners' and yeomen's wives  to insane asylums.  Perhaps your specialty may be homemade cream puffs. Practice the art until the fame thereof tha)! Ily as fast and  as far as the motors themselves. Or  crullers may be your strong point. Given  sweet brown and while bread, fragrant  clover butter, firm and yellow; tea just  mado with freshly boiled water, and  your specialty, and the most fastidious  will -appiove and applaud, and send her .  friends along the same road.  1 am not talking wildly or making  random statements. For my country*  quartets command the view of a mountain roa.l ah.ng whicii from 4TO to SOU  motor ears speed dally In fine weather.  Albeit, not the owner of one In my own  rigiu. i u.u so fortdiiate uj to be a fre-  ijuent guest .11 this or that car,,,and 1  am tolerably well actiualnted with the  roads most popular with the automobil-  Ist for 200 miles around. I rarely go on  one. of these nights without hearing the  absence of these wayside refreshment  stations deplored. I never go without  silently singling out a score of farn������������������*.  steads which, I decide, might be advantageously utilized for this purpose.  r could bring forward fifty instances Of  how women have coo'-ted for profit upon  larger scales than this held offers. Two  sisters   In   a   lar.ee   western ��������� town   were  THE HOUSEMOTHERS' EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  nBCAVBH of the mormon*  K nwnil-rr of letters nritt tn the  Exchange. I mutt ������*k con.  rHdutor* to limit their ooinrotiti..  cm (Ions (0 mis 'in mind tiu-rd**, ex.  cept in caits of formula* ur^ree*  ipis uhltrh require printer bjxiec,  I want all tn)/ correspondents to  have a thawing tn the Curntr,  and if m*i requeit In thi* miieci  ii complied with, it it'll/ tin pout.  ble to print man*/ more letter*.  A Dish for Warm Days  MAY I contribute u tllih to (Tin Hit  .1 nititlilin mlubli. fur surly uu-  iiuim mi*iii������i"/ it is kiiiiU ������t miy  Iiiim, Iuu we like li nn xitiitluy t.verilnsii.  We 111 ihn It nt breaki'n������t lime. It Is bolter (ur sitimllng some linun upon the Ice,  Virginia  Potato Salad  Halt line, mesly |.,.ut.** In thfir skins,  bui  mil  unlll  (lie skins 1 ia. It.    (.ft Umn  act    pi-tftillv    "'lit-      K    1*1   wil    '"   ���������'���������"������������������'  thi-m tin* ivuiilns befure th y iuu _������������������ i>*>  usril. I'.el iuu! cut I'll" small ,1-ulns , nf.  uniform sl������e, Mint* (In* i ine.llmii-slst.l  on.,'.1. 'I .1*1** "< e*lery nml 1 lutim  swit l't'|i|-t'i-*rt*.ir������ sin) Iresli���������whluli lm*  Joctfll ,1'Afil. Ibrll |inrl������ill.'.l ami Shuweil I"  .-,. I,  Put n tnyvr of potato cubes Into a Ism**  bowl, sentirr some of (hn m (uul sn*-.!.  esoulrnts over l(t *������**an with ������jlt uni  liiuinkil. mi'l l".ur evenly over inlu 11 lui*������  rmi.i>������i.....iiiiil iif ..II mul rinlf ���������������*��������� nuieti urn-*  ���������sr, I'liitwl In UU" "iilir until nil ill*  mnlerl.ils nn. used in*, fm nwny. I'uvereti,  In n 1u.1l |.l.ii *��������� in ui-or.lv, uivul >"������������'"  {���������"miy lu serve It. Transfer e. n ssletl iiuh  !(������/>,!  ������ltli i*rl*!> U-mif* l������������vt*������,  an.l eilvt-r  ���������\i%!,iv,uj.r,it*iiM Ti.-r.Wt; ���������*���������>������!���������  lllvaa  ..I  ..  I    I'  ���������'*--      i'*.'-l. I    " Ut,   tt..*   '���������'l.l'.l  nf tnt- ������������������Kmi cut lnl>������ (tllll t,iW**Ua tint*  IsiililllS   tstll   t'li"'.     H'-rv.-   Willi   ������   Ki"  ������..rH.<* ������������.������������**it*������aT i>ui uiiwi It in tilling the  .Huh. siut I* r It lift i������r i., (���������������( ���������_������������������ iim>������.������-  Il4l������e will liuifcr If li"4* ''"^'"l:��������� ..*,.,���������  This l������ ������ si������������l lM|'iwrnt������nt u ������m l*utg  Mlu.i 11* untuilly inmlf mul, "S^n, Villi)  ".,.,.   ������������������.������   ,.$���������,;*   nr.1   11, niy   ���������.(   *,������h)  Itren.i -1 II'I ii'iu.l '��������� i������ ������"������������������'���������;���������> * ������"������������������,���������.-  Itwlt V.  1.'.  W-   (I.Xiilil'U'd.   Va.i.  The r#clt*e I* the more we.co.i.* since  it conies from a region nuieil ttuiti line  ImnHiiwiUI fur excellent c-n.kery umt  ^oid llvlnV" Whnt Ihe old VfrtilnU  housemother vmutMis tor *������������nei.������lly  *'f(M>������" In lhe Kscliahue.  To Remove Grease  If   *H,   It."    iCMIi-miiI   hml   ...htm   \t\*  Ml,*** ui>on Mr ������������!���������( ������ lh a thi,k lii'.nin*  7iu������i  .tin run 1 Miy wirm .tut lm hnt'l  li������������������   -,,, 1    il,.   1 ! ������������������,-.,���������!���������,    !*    is "if I   ln>.    .1',  aorl>ti)   lhe   ������rr������f������   *llh<ill   ������n>   III  rtt.n.  ut "'.'��������� ** ..lit i������ <(in*.������ni rrnm  Wo^ten   inil.'t   ill  sec-h   rltn.  Mt'   ���������H.-'I'tn.t's  <->t������l   mi*  f������'l  mt ������*������l!<-  nt*tf<    uittt  ������  itsKut.*** trniit l r������*  moved II In itt������ iniinner I hav* Intllesteil,  mul not 11 tiu.t* was left when tilullur anil  Irmi hu.) ii.uie their noiii,  Mm. (I, V., t\ (lAnt-'Astcr, l'a.).  Ulatter uiul Iron work us well upon  ullli ns upon wii.uen sniffs, I had tho  pleasure uf piuviiirf ill,a to a young  iniilriiii who was one nf a hou>.e party  convened in hunor of her rtluni from  lice wi'ilillug lour, A iiireii'ss waitress  spilled Kt'iivy 1111011 the skirt of 11 silver-  gray silk, which wiih ,unt ut the wearer's ii'iiiistroitu, Hhe came to mc In grunt  illsiliny W'lli'll the lllllli',. left the table,  and snowed the mine.I Kai'Ul.'lil. I ml-  vist-tj lur to pin n I onl over the spot  tnr that iivt'iilng, ami tnlil her to cover  It at biititlme wllli chalk, li'iivlng It  all iiIkIU, In the morning we contrived  tu liiivi' a warm Iron conveyed stirri'i**  lllliiiisly tu her rotuil, nnd let It siuiitl  iilitin (lm blotter for live minutes, HIio  wore the gown nualn Hint evening, mul  not a truce nf lliu ti reuse remained to  t.'ll the tulc,  A Charming Letter  A very t-lmrmliiK Idler, full uf suiiiiU  Niuisii nml right ft'i'lliia, liir.iiily t'*������*  priisnnil tn eiiii'llftit l.nnHiih, hus lulu In  my desk fur niuiiy wwilts, In llie vain  hiipi. thut I ntlglit lliitl rnniii tm .it le.i**(  Hie major part of It, I have lit'ltl It Imuk.  At this lute dny I ciiti slip In but a few  |i:irtiurii|ili* pn fnt u-y In iceliit'S with  which the writer enuauei tu luvor us  stuiie day;  My .UuKliti'i hus lust iiiiiii'l iit tuna,  but ihe esn wo.h, ll.m mul nifiiil Imr nwn  iluiliea It ni^eaanry, nml wlien I nm III or  nlmenl f. r tlie ilnv It la n uenulrii. cimifiilt  l.i kli'iw lliHI lur IStlier will Hint III. il.lill. r  lilti-lv ciikti.t umi HuliliiK lur Iuu. tvlit'ii In;  ���������ri. ftiini������, I nm Juallv piuuil uf tier, siul  tin, nn.in, us I Itimw uf niniilu*r ii.hIli.'i* wnn  muat ruith hum* ti> prepare dinner lor her  ,, iimwn il,.usliltta sin) ���������.���������im, n<i lustier wlmt  ,.,.      ,,,���������.   ,,* ,;, (,,,,(i,,,i ntnv ,���������,  I hiii 111111111-.I ���������(leiiuiiiea lu irmm 111*1 id*  "iiiriu-*-  I'lMimiin"   ahr.ulit  cukibI  Hileily  ,ii' ,. ,i, . ,-*-,'. ,-..,** ,-,  ������*.,*.*,,.    ������������������   ,.*���������'  lnni.il tine uf hum. nn.l mottier.  There ere  (.hi limits ' , iln.lwil" ,11 II,,- ji'iuu.l ail ������f  IihIsv, Amliitlnn lo be siKletv liellri U the  r������l������ -.' mmnv *i,l*. I��������� l*r ������. hiirr.m dollr*  nr* c.inrerri������l. Mv .l������ii������h(t-r ������ leneher In  ���������In* pul.lli- si-htr't ������si iirsnl by my i-lilM  lu rentsr*k (tie other .l������y Ihnt In her upln-  I 71 "elulhes ii.ske llie rlilM." I leitt'e ymi  Im ,|n��������� >,,ni- ,.1* n lllf.Tfnri, It* III th.* fllei***  t.f    III),,    ,S-,I.|,II,   \,,   ,.,!,��������� \    lit,'    tti,���������la,lttK   Hll.'l  iii,.|,| llu. , h������m. li r ..( a vmiriK Slrl.  I hsve ������.>n,e vsluilile retlrien fi*m sn ton-  nuiiiisl mn-tia.lni ���������hl.-h I will send i>.  ),,n t, ai.tt n* I Ihlnk vuu hnve lemvereil  tr���������ni (lie tli-iiit "f this iin.><in*'li>nnlilt' lun������  |,il,r. Mra   t.  tl   M   (Ht   |/,������|., Mn.).  Evidently a Mistake  Will >.ii 1 l**J'" telt nr I.,.* In mak*  ,ff.|.ii n   l,n".'f     mi-   '���������>   i'i  , v. r  ,-,-tfc,-*.  I j;MitiM iilii.u.i ,lnl!> 11^. i.f llie llu lirtfife  r. 11|������������, an I I uli'.uil *4 ���������pMtii'Ut* very mueli  lti( .imslinn ������t tn (lt������ teller ������������ik*.  II,   A    'Irak' -������������������ I'I*     I*)*.).  I em perplexed by the 1111esti.11 Inuwn  butler is ��������� niiiii'* lit be eiteo Wtth me*t.  Hah. ele. It !��������� never (,'i.ire.l over *miw*i  etke.    Are }*������u sui* Dm I  l)ii������ is ������h-,i  you meant to ask? I should like to help  you If 1 can, Tlut I am honestly ul u  lona in the present instance,  A Contribution  rienun iiti-Hiu  mv liuinhle cunli'ltmtloii to  the well-beloved Kxclmriuu:  Syrup Pie  One cup inch or urimiilHteil Missr nml nf  CM up, 2 wtill-lienti-ll tiriia, tl smnll plete nl  l.uili-r  ml,*-iit   ,,   ml,*,,-.(..,.,11(11;,,   a   (,lu. 1,  ���������<  milt, viinlliu to nine, a uibli<s|iiionfiil uf  it'iiitin liii.'i*,  This niiMiire (.luuilil l,e ben ten up will,  (lien |.iiiiri.,l Inlu it irumt crust: Imke 1111111 li  Is uf lliu i-iiimlstenty ut t'unturd,  Sugar Cookies  TWO l'U|s������ of Klltllulllli.j twnlXf, \ l'll|. uf  Slli.ltllllllk, I t-l'.ll, |.Illtll ti, '..It llll. lne  Kl'lltt'il llll.l uf hill' tt li,u 11- IW'i-lli rrn. "I 11  I'tipiul i.f niiir milk or t-ieiirii, tilth ihi even  ti'iinpiiiiiifiil i,r h its mi uiiiikii 1,. Mill..' it  "in,ii"i. .' 1,un, ih.uiuIh nf hakl.i,*- |ni������'.ii*r  sirteil   twiii-   with  Z  iul'.  of   Iiuui*,   lli'itln  Willi  (Iiih  i|iiiilifUy ef   it tit   ai'M  11,1,1   11   If nt't'itvil lu lunki* 11 a.m ilmnh.  This .Lm.',  uiktt u Iml' uf ilutiKti In ihe  liun.ls,   11   l.li   nut   mm li   linin-i   iluin   u  isiilnul,  11111I  mu.I,|  Int.. . n*ij-.    ii.,ii. in -  -in*  1 m. I inn   iii   keep   dm   iIiiiikIi   fiuin   alltltlni!  uiy ihe bulls In nus In 11 ii..iiii*i| Imkius  pllll, IrSllllK I'Ulllll Irf'lH'X-n Uielii fill'  "���������lU.'ll.liUS-" Nuts. Hike II 1 IJ 11,llll.l lll.ll I.I '  it nur, ur liny |,,ill.iti .-ii llu- l.i.iiniii, ,|||i  Inlu si HI 111"Ud eilKiir nml plena iipuii lhe  brills nr iluuxh, iiKhily in (iiui. 1.1 |i.s.,it  ihe niisiir fruiii .nue.lr.sr llm iiinililer I" ml*  hel,. In lhe i|.*ii|rh 'riii-ts. ill,. it(.iiln In tin*  sugar .nnd iirtsn unlll e.uli Imll la ..1 ihe  iIknIihI   tlitekmas,  With 11 Hllle i.rit.ilee, I'.nkl** nun lm  msile in ilil������ way In bull (lie Unit. i.,|.iu-il  Id rull "I (he |.S������1e Intn n al.eel nnt itu*n  cut Into slisnes, Moreover. Uuy ������re rl. lur  umt iiuh e cilsp, ������������ Ii-hh ll'iiir li, un-il  II   K   T,   (llelve.lere. Ill 1  A new and attractive recipe we arc  luipiiv I" lul'l to our list nf cmilileii Tin'  imprlnV nf the slur must niitke din  cakes pretty anil somethlni* out of (tie  Svstem in Housekeeping  Htlll Jinother dellnhtdll letter has Ii.tij  on file for a lr.n������er lime ihsn It xbtniiil  have been, lii.il II Im-.ui jmlKeil by merit  umt nnt by Itugtli. Wtileli miLI "leiutin"  Is, iilus! Hie nne ant) fatal nlislmU. to  the it|,|,.*itr;.rue In ibe (''kihitritie .. f --..iik*  arc re.iil. nii.l nl) an* upiuniiiii* I .f Hu*lr  full value by editor an.I se.'rdarics.  There !������ Iltt-isllv 11 u mom In tin- iim-r  nnnliiiie.l tn us weekly f ir mine it un two  letters (is Iouk us (!nt"c th.K lit* It'lure  llll* lit tills niunieiit, Vet I r tllll t brluX  myself t isluit rift lery ui ituire fm 1 r*e  enjoyment I iret fron tliene unit dusens  Of nllicrii ,is r*-'iii,| In tbelr wny  l-'itr i*snin|itt-.  tb ������  mtiirv    1  whit  >>ne  W...H,,,,   ,.,^i   ,1 ,   AS,,.,    t...ir.*   r.ili'.,.,,':.I'J  tin I *iy*iti*ni,t!lr;il,y  wiih 11  very  nm i<-r-  B('< I', -wn.*  I ,|)   ,        ,,-:,,    ,<    ,'.,,,      I    .. ^,    ,--,  l,| ,.,    ,    .     ...  ���������   tit'o".   un ..mi'.,   i.tirhi   f...   ������   (    ���������    I"  |,|i>*. .,h ��������� , *��������� l ,,,. i.,| ,-1 pr-.fi ������l 11 I       a  KM tn Ist in Uadhetr Arn>*II'������ I > 1    ' *"-  I*   ..A,     ������,.    ,.        -������     ,,-��������� .������.,     ,'������������������..    ������������������:     -I     ��������� ''I,  as*!1", ������Ml tot ������>,i,|, tm f,,jn pny ������ , .. :  lunly. Anil, ns IJIekuns ������nj-s, we muat Imve  111.ue tuinliiK iii thiui kuIiir out���������ami on a  sulnn* of ftnoo,  Hn. ns there lira lull two tif us, J iln ull  our wnrk, ut'tlni* upon 11 wuikiible 1.I.111,  .*,, 11 1,1 wiiHliiiiK. I fuiiiiii Unit tu have a  wiiimiii ciiini. tu Ibe liuune fur thm wus  inoii. 1 rollI.I.- mul ixii.-nx' thnn tu uinlirinke  tlm task myself, To sen,) my dollies out of  tlm liuune lu lie wiisliei) meant Hint Uioy  is, 111   1.,in  llie  tu lm  wiili nli  nuts .f .ilher  ptKlliltl'S   "llllllKH,"  Wi* iIhi* v.-iy niiiy un tlie .t,*iy tut npnrt  fnr liiumli-v *s.si*k. Mv liu-il.auJ lieiim m,-  with the inunlier m.is.'s .if lie* litint.its,  ami 1 have un i.|i..'iilu iruti. su nil ������, .���������������  ������ il.  I iuu tin mv ust'ii (rull ms,I Un mv iswn  luililllK, Willi llll tills I liuike liiin of timo  fur reinllnii; .lu shiiiii vl.li.us mn 1. . 'ii. m  tlm I'liiiKlileis uf llie /*,nu i...in l(i *,���������l,ii|,iu,  ,*   ,. , ,   I,* ,.1,, lm   1 , 11 ������ 1 niiil,,111  Ti'iiipei'illiei,   I'ninn.  11,,1 1,1,,1, Is ill.* .tie 11,il I,. IS) f 1 I  never tliruw nwny nnyilunu tli-U intKlit be  use.l tu nilviinlnae, Tliey 11 v< 1 ,1 ��������� 11.uu li.'i  , ,-i- in,null 1.1 ih,, ������iii,nn.*i s,lun ssi* must  lm te freeb fiull". in tn .,11.1 ill in wlniii.  This lines nut bieliiile iu.nt mil milk. 1 mr  iu.'iit bill In tint iibuvii IJ ur Ci 11 11,1.11 tin ..in*  milk 1-uatn lili,nil ;i ,|,-ll:ti ull I it llllf |.ir  tliullljl.  ,1 ii I  y, .1 I'Onli I ,| Is   ,<���������   I ��������� tv    ' ue  tin* best of wluit we tel. bill It costs little  I it* il 1 ,s,i , ,,, I.*. >,. lune Hue. ���������f  four menle 11 mntith mil uf >>nr huiiw*, >.t  wit often Imve r11111IH.il)', I hnve |.r.|ime,l  Hint} evil,! iiuui,. II.Ik in-ulli, lull ss'  usunlly lime but twin lite in ten |w*r  iiiuiiili,  My husliiiint uses luillur tubiii'i-ii n..r  In,,, rn,   ,.i���������,   ,in>       ,.,    ��������� ,   ,     *,, * 1,,  Hi,   like   Siiuiii   lit'ltlileiil   |,11 pen,   such   **  the    KTISllinrs'    Ni vv*   ,.i,.l    ,11    fr,,,..,,  Itl'i.llil     .llll     IjIMllli I'lK'     i-,.i,-'.l, tll,|!.     (It.*  luilly  II ir.t-liinil.l,  tin*   l.iieiuty   lils.*������t,  1111*1 tur lliiis,i������.in*������ llie Alii'-ll.'iitl, llie I'm lili'  M.uitlily   luul   U,,in 11.'.,   limit..  t'uiii|inril.ui.  We   (it. s i-   i���������,,,|,������i,   1      1   i-     1,n.iili,,   .imt   ini.l  Hun, nil  lhe li,*������l  ui.ifc-.i^.ii, ������.  I Imve if,uu, lulu .iiiiiii tu ������b,iw Hint ll Is  l.lit.'ll, illil"  I,It- lu,i  |��������� it.  11^  In   Mti,   .1,11  ,111,1  in ���������������st* Huiu.tliliiK upnn h mnsll In*uriir.  Tliere  is  nn suessw.irk   in   my > iiiiii.uiu-  i-Miint fnr Ihe list ftiur years,  I ,, .   . ,      ��������� .,,,,*,, ,     ���������,.,,,, 1.1. t, -, ,1  msy nml nvallnbie,  Pumpkin Pie  (tnt miitul eseh at riwAt't ������,uwi*ln  sweet  II I k 1111.1 aiiMir; 1 ten������|,, it! , ,,l l.skliiS  inmiler, mlileil ]u������t |,> f.,tt- |,i(Mliie lhe ml.-  Itn������ In Hie eni"i, tin,] ) wrli-l^sien nnt,  v in. epli-es I., ttisii*.  II I f    ���������,. ,|.  Frnstiiifr for Cuke  tin. tuti ,,f |i,jt*/.lerr.l ,uy.-r UHtert uu  with   J.i.t   i'i-11.;.1   milk   <-'   uiiikr    1   iui-H  I mie     A   1.������,,.���������,nnful  tail) it���������     1.1   II   ,lry  III llm air.  I'ill*!    (ry   thla!  Vm. ih.p.- Iltil.. Items ei 1.. mm wir.ts in-  l<r, ������i.  I In frvlnti lin-i.l������,| v.ai .h-1 ��������� n,*i... I  <.f usUiiii sn .i*s I vvn ll.e ".**it *��������� in. irtiltt  eti.l uitt li  l*ii, MS'iirtl.    Ir i-fit* ��������� 1 ������������������������ k.r  II ii���������,i,.  .' vve ii-t.l ...ii.. t ������re). 1 11;.-t. '!������������������ !���������������������-.  Sfi-I   |..-*.,r.-   ;ti-   tr-.1   ,*n.>-   ������,        ,-k, I   I-  |ai������l  i    r-ln.lir,|   pile   4t,.f   ^-|,,i, -    '    -.���������  IIS.-.I 11  all  wirier  **,    si,.   ,   l.i,  nl'.-l'������*  ..    -rt     >'-''.**.  . ..il   Si������������t���������-|   |* I,'..������-.   ,i,.,. n  you have nn especially good recipo for  shortcake or mulllns, or pcrchancu  walllos, brln-f lt boldly lo lhe front,  When one motoring party says to aunt ber; "Vou must not fall to stop 'it  the tea Harden on the mini to such-  and-such a town or vlll������."-c and ������;,t  Mrs, A's buns, or hlseult, or cookies,"  yuur fiii'tunu Is mndo in u small way,  More   of   a   fortune   at   the   smallest  ilry flour nml  fry brown,  with  hut  little  sruust* la sklllot.  I. M.  H,  (ChnmimlKn, III.).  For Green Tomatoes  l'lt-msi*  iieil'iu   ll* in  ll  ii-Mulur  I liner  l*il������  reelpe, wh eii Iiuh liteii In use In our ftim>  liy fur uver fifty  yt-itis.    li  muy lit* sulu.y  ilepemleil   ii|iiui,  Green Tomnto Catsup  llll"    It.ldh.'l    ������������������'    m* ..It      I   mat. I'-.      allieil;  I'J Ifirse nnlitns, lleeil smlll', r. t*|.ives  uf Kii.Hi'; hi'i H-i.ln I uf Vllll'k'.l, 3  imm*i*s uf '.���������iii.iii.I t.| .v.������, u iiuiflir  iiiineit i.f ii'l������|.|.*.., i.ne-lin f uiu'i* ..f i.tv-  lllln. |n-|.|i. I, A litl.le pii.iiiluii, ut lu.Kk  |.eji| t-r,  ilnll   tfiniNtfifs   mul   ..nl..ns   until   (entli-r  IIIUl |.rt*S������ IhrullKll It sieve until Ili.lllllIK Is  left lull a pint ur nn uf reluse eklus Tie  lilt' IIIIKIi.lHI'l split's in It I Inn li.i;. ^. ,.  liiille llie "liiilt. ns" nt llm K.il.i nn.l mime,  ini.l n leii<il|.fiil nf suit. tli,. vi,,in. tin'  lillSH   nf   spins   llll.l   llu*   |.i-|i|iep,     I,  II   itnwn  llilek, ur umn II !��������� |.*.lu.-i*.l in nni-li.tlf nm  ..i luliin I   iiuuiitity,    I i'.l 11..   whllu  Imi;   |t,ii.i-  Int..   llie   link   uf   i.u li   biiiile   iiller   tlis  r,l,stili Is  In it   lHblei.| it.-lltlil  nf  nlisi.  nil.  Ci.rk itrul k.tiI <*  IV   '(-   i"hlin(j.11  1 have linlil linck ihl������ a.Unliable recipe  liiirpUM'ly iiutll the lieg.liliuut o( Iuu  Kieeii Kiiriiilii *<>nsim. 'me n( tlio ������rlev-  uncus iif the n.nuii!'* Iiiiii.ii'iniitbi'i' Is that  liiin Iniiiiiiiciruiile -,i*i',i-table In rtt tli.*  imlMlit of liistlitiis imiturlty when the  early frosts nip the leaves uiul ilunk the  I'llieillliK nf tlic nnltly ulubeit  I hm in ,,.,- llll,' f H H.'l *.,. pill, k si,-  |,try fr'tin lhe loth of disaster. The  uitrlpei iiimuii.t.H elii.Hiiii; t,i (be v|n*s ure  n harvest tn iiiemitehe*., Kven after the  Imivus ini.l .tniliiK "leiiis iire fi uHl-li.tltri,  the vines tnuy be l-.ni mu bv (he nmi.i  mul It si MX up in tl ,U,it   t.i uwiilt liei-  i iimeiili'lne, tiiieli Iiiiii.iIu n.i.s uiul  pickles, uiul, (is wt* ti.ive it'cii, itreen n-  nuil.i . ,it������tij������. ..re ,|>*'l I".- iilillilms i.j  the store nf winter dulfii !(*>������.  l<-'>sttil������'lti<* the ,iv'i*n������i*e -it* tin* ,-i���������i^i,i',l,,l  member linni flu .mu, i ..(in >i n-. ii������.  fur t*ei i*n  liiii,:|t,, *,,������������������    wi.'-H  wi*   '.itue  tt������*������i ul my ku iwu-'iKi- ,titi it-i.'-i, ..i.n  Iti.-tl wllh mv nwn iiini'i.'f Hb'- mu'V li  for her fnmli.v at least ������ixty years nun���������������������������*,  nnd left **i������ tnr'ii't'tt "> 'er - ������������'i-1<*������-ri Th.*  proiliiet hm held an Imrsiire.t pbiee tipm  my tnble mi'l in ins . ipi..t.ti,i ti.l ������i.i.  rntirn fur Imlf n .eriiitrv I.Ike tnniny  other *.i.ii1 HilttR*   tt  Wipciee. with use  (irceii Jdinnio buy  Hllee,    Willi.tut   peeiiiiK,   ������   Kulitill*   ttf  (jreen iimiutni-s. HSi. *��������� fine 2 ,\n*tn  itniuns nf 111 r ������I/.(* Mix with lbe������e ������������������  ((iinrls of vtnt-Kiir i pnui.t* nf t*r..������n  fiiliur, 'i tiibi.*i,p.i iifu!-. .if -i't ,ni.| lie  Sll(l>* i|i|������ntlty et.li .if K*'������.ui*! l-I'itfll/li  ni'isliirl mil ar'.inl l.i.-ii 1 ������-t |������*r, 11  t:i!i|r������|itiiirifiil t,f ������r,i.iti.| ,il;������pi<������- ,in>l nne  i.f KHliltttl el iv. ������  .*���������!,*   l;.,.1.1.1,     . ,-      , ������������������  ".  turn liiin 1. (iiii'i tin,nu*! nt tii. kt ,-  steel  pluleitnire *..*t('������>  ,t'fl  'ii'iat   ireritlv  i.-tl.    I'll!   Up  ts--1   .*.   , ' "     ft i't      ���������   '*      ���������   '  seal at nnro, Thev *������c', x<������������������"���������> ;ml-Mt,|(>lv,  nt..I nre ������ p|e������t*������>il >-.**>i* ** fur ,i!rn.>������i ,tny  Hint uf TTiHt* sr������.) !,-'.  "Tuck ������p tlio prolty k'iku between tho  front windows of tlm pictur-  fsquo houso."  nrrniK'ii mi in luxury, to l.'.itl tiiemservtis  ,*il  llielr fnlht'i-'M  .leilh  worse than  tm-  tulVt'llel'I'il,        III.'   t'-.lillli    WIIH   tltll-plv    III  debt. I'ulli alii*" were well I'diieatiMt  I'.'ueh iuu. 1 luive iiittlit Iii a public  nel.i.iil or itiki-n :t p'l.'.l.lnn a-< (itivi'mens.  They hail nn tasiij for ',i"icliinu, They  Invcil I'i tunk, ami lm I 11; en eltarKfi vif  their fuilier's liuiisi'for yi-atu, They burrowed money with .viileb 1 'tt.en 11  iiiili-t family r'slnuruiil Within u iter*  min tliey liail pnltl their fuilier's debts,  returned Ibe burr.use,| .,),, ,. .,u,| wi if  t'lillillli'tlnif With ttl.tliiifiil*-1 ed s.iei'fit-t  niiu nf the InrRttst rcsiaiirntiU In the  elty.  Tim." f.ille me tn iclt of thee oilier  ���������.(���������iterit wbo tire,the fnslilniuible eiterttrs  In yet iiiiutlii'r tmrnirtnTit town.  I return, fondly, to tuy tearoom nnd  the t'lipiilillttti> "f the fuliintiitil um)  vlllnirt> fiiliitse this work Is within the  reiirli nl 11.11* . * "i 11*11 vtiiti.t a wim  ennnot gn to the city tii nesk thatr  ftirlunes, Tim iiiitii.v Ity liniiifiiiiils art.  Hhik   Hei-kliiK   iili't-nlv      Hlm    nt   hunts.  (mil uso yniii nne, nr your two, or yuur  live tnlei.u in Mtfer ni.-t iititmr ways,  Worth Noting  V   X ������l'(iT nf mseblne till shnilM tnt  on white ttiik wlun niueiuiuiiK ..nuf  I  lb I iiiiiiiislbiltly over the tup of It.  Tn renew eill (r:inn������ wtileli have It**  ...tne .lull uiul luslellintM. u pa.tn should  I.t* rrii.li* nl -vfilrlls nt wins mul Wliltln������  un,I iul.! uver th* Klldlnt,'.   This iiiumi be  nil   ,,.|| ti  i.   1..1 -. tit ,s .,  1,,,.,  .1  v ,.1,- ,   i* , -,. ,  il 1,111 1 .istlv  l������t t,r,i������ttr,l ������ff antl th������ v,lll  |.ii',i������i,< ,1.  \\ in i( ���������fiiiu 11 lemuii In llu !.|t������ltenfi-ir  lit vm iuu |.ui pusi'ii It it an 1 utt'lU 111. plan  In In-.. It I 1 lute tiltllllK i' In bs If 11  m.i> in pit. iul hi tin- uvtn lm- ;������few tnn������  merits ..1 in nt ..11 the pUtt rurk uver the  III.-     V. 1,1 ,1      |,< 1.... ,1   ���������������������������<-   j,., 1    *���������-',   ; .-IV  fur mm.- utility tn.in If it were conl.  ,���������.i ,..-,,   ,:  ..;,.-'.     1 ���������    ���������    ������������������'.������������������������*  11,    ,   . .,i,n,������    ,1 r,        "1 In*,     i|>-   t*p<*. '.i'.t-  ttf',    irul   iMlve    tri   . siielent   |w������listi   t  W'���������,l*..rk   ur   yl.ttii    w'Ule   *ln*y   tun   l>������.-  Hi   llfil IIUI   ,������!,,)   u*. tf   !tg..l:s, THE NEWS, CUMBKJRLAMO, BRITISH COLUMBIA  OWfKOlamXmtrWr^BWItfil -������J-:y.-s"������'-S-!:������%*������*-i2!i";-������     ^mXPWjrssmut  d^*4K*CfS**3������?i*WJ^ fe.1I .-.U-iiaWiV.  ;*ks������y������-������-  ������s5t.'--*h!Jh;^-kv������  n\Yfhen  in   doubt  ���������*     5  6  fyFt-fvirURE STORE j\  ... ���������-jr  USEFUL PRIZES  From now until Xmas Eve at io p.m. every doilar cash  purcha.se, or paid on. account, made in 4< The Furniture  Store," entitles you to one chauce on one of the following  prizes:���������  1st prize Music Cabinet value $12.00  2nd prize Sea grass Rocker..value      7.50  3rd prize������������������������������������ Chocolate Set value      3 00  4thpatz������-"*Biscuit Bowl value      260  gj_f* No person shall be entitled to more than one prize.  I wmmmmmmm^itmi  A. McKINNON  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  A   fotmrmmmm  ������1  (Continued from fist page.)  E  _r  CUMBERLAND WINS  could not save. Toward the finish Ladysmith niade great efforts  to reduce the leeway, but the  home defence proved equal to the  task and defied tlieir efforts.  Time was called, with the score  4 goals to i in favor of Cumberland.          NOTES OF THR GAME,  Tlie largest crowd that ever  turned out to witness a soccer  game in Cumberland, sure got  their money's worth on Sunday,  when they witnessed the defeat  of the crack Ladysmith team by  the best team tha' ever turned  out for Cumberland. Sunday's  win has done more to stamp tht  name of Cumberland in big letters  on the map of Canada than the  Development Leagues could be-  #iu to do. The locals played a  great game and deserved a win.  The team was well balanced, and  the left back was the only weak  -jp;^-���������ThTTfiHiTTiWer^llo'sved'  the visitors! forwards any rope,  and the way in whicii J Williams  hugged the great Jimmy Adams  ���������was a treat���������but not, for Jimmy.  Carney in centre held his wings  well together and it will be hard  to fiwd a better five than the  li nne front rank. Ladysmith  proved themselves good sports  and took their defeat with good  grace. They were well satistk-d  witli the referee and paid him the  compliment of being one of the  best they seen in B.C. The collection ..mounted to $6o,  The Association beg to thank  Manager McNeil, of the Cumber-  laud picture show, for the assistance he gave in raising money to  meet expenses, ihe Association  being richer by U33 from the  benefit he gave 011 Saturday  night, They also wish to thank  the general public for tlie support  they gave, tbe colkctiou being  far aud away the best e.er taken  in Cumberland at any game.  *f������     s������.(|   City Council  Tho City Council met in regular -soiiHioii ott Monday eveuiug,  tei'o li'Mtu.' present Alilormon MeLeod. Hornal, Stewart  an J  the  uiftvor,  Tlio minutes of previous meeting wore i'i������ttd anil ailo|iiuii,  Conutiiiilo (fray's report:���������  irMvongor |104-,50  Ni. h Watch in ������������������;, 70,00  Hall K.'.-t 80,00  Hond Tax 12,00  .Sun pit lit um 8.00  St'iivcii-ver Iiui'ki'U- 2.40  3.''.'.-i' 1.75  AtH-OIHItiV, -  Cuiiili'-rliuul Ntwi $1.00  W. Wi.lii.tl 1,00  W. McLollflti ,.,.,,,..80.85  t'. ni.llir-* ,,, 12 05  i\ iU..I.-i...*r DOS  A pit'iion iv'it* pr<������nMiitcd sign*  11 hj u '.uiiiU-r of priij orty owners,  rit|ii('KUiif;tuat the wiii'if system  c Hi-H/tJsheJ., -which mutter wil  h���������������������������*!* iim ifriinit/lliitii nttfliitlon Af  tlin 1 ci'tur*','.  (hi titdlti <t uf Aid. HtuwArt,tec.  ntuUttl l,y Alv!. MeLeoil, Mr*. John  lit.In*' tO'i'r* t.'ixiiR, 11* linn l)(u*n till'  I'lM   .till,    VV.Tf     l.|l!(l("l    f( inittt'd,  'tlio t't'iiiicil wiMit mtfi tt com  inittut4 of tlio whole, mi iho na-  "tHhincnt I*.,j] fur li������|l),  C<-i<'-i'.ii ttt!i.ii>|-|jt(i.  Obituary.  .~*. ������������������xmstfrspjk  The death tookplsice under jmr-  ticularly sad circa instance**:, at  our local hospital, on Sunday, of  Alice, beloved wife of Robert  Grieve and (iauchtcr of David Nd  list of this city. The iiiiiioiinee-  ment of ber sad and early taking  off will be received with pioiniind  regret by her many friemlrj and w  quaintances. it is only 11 short  time sinew we knew her as a Ininht  r*  and hippy schoolgirl, then as a  bride, now in her yming wifeliood  and motherhood she is called 'hence,  and the place that ������������uce knew lier,  shall know her no more lorever.  To <he bereaved husband and re  latives we extend our sincere sympathy. The funerttt' will take  place on Thursday.  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Befresh-  ing beverage.  I Chuiiet.  General ElacKsmith  The  Purest  and Best  -O--  John Humphrey, awed 57 pro-  prietor of the Wilson hotel Union  pay. died suddenly oi lietit, failure on Thursday hist nr. hi* i-ur-i-  dence. The deceat-e I wax 11 unlive  of Nottingham, Eiigliiiid, und li.i*.  been a resident of Nniiaimo nm)  Union Bay for a nmn lier of your*.  He leaves to mourn iu's loss, uwifi  and two sons, John and Piuhm  The remains were taken to N i-  ultimo on Saturday last, for ii.tei  ment.  The death took |ila-'i>. Inst week  at Kam loops, of Annie Luinl,  (laughter of Man-hull Laird oi  Union Bay road, I'he fiim-ial  took place on Tutwliiy iiftci'iiuni  from the residence 01 Airs.��������� Jimeph  Walker, Penrith Avenue.  *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������; ������\maLWBi>,Tx&i   ���������#   CAED OP THANK4  To nil tho friends whoso sympathy and services were ao kindly  tendered in our timo of heivtive-  ment, we desire to extend our sin-*  core thanks.  Wm. Hayman. ���������>���������'. J, I'iukcy  And Family.  on the  Coast.  and made in  Cumberland.  Horseshoeing- a Specialty.  TJiird Ave.. Cwinberland  S. ISAKA. PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  I  SPATES  The TAILOR.  '   mmMmm^mmmmmmmttmmmm^mm^mmmmmmmmmaemmm  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  mmamimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmaMmmvmmmmtaMmmmmmm  Ladies' Work  a Specialty.  0  _.  0  *  7s  CD  ^ #    _?  O      o>  -I     p  W  __      r-r  3      ������  tfQ   *t?  P  -t  CL  >��������� I '<  ^  Locals.  Place your Christmas orders for  Shortbreitd, Fruit Cakes and Fruit  "lAi'if, with Maroechi   Dros ,  now.  FOUND ���������P)etween Comox  Spit and Denman and Hornby  Islands, logs marked -lV" inside  diamond. (-F and 7," "���������I.T.L."  ���������uid."H.B." Apply Chas Ash-  :-uicher, or S H Cliffe, Coinox.   _���������������.  'Honest' John Robbed.  The latest victim of the holdup thug in British Col'imbu is  Johu Oliver, of Delta. Jt occurred shortly after dat .con Tuesday  evening last, near Colbrook station, on the Great Nonhcru tail*  way tracks. Mr Oliver hml Id't  New Westminster ou tlie south-  bound train at 6.30, hut alighted  at Colbrook with theiiiteuti .noi  taking a short cut Id nemongihc  railway tracks, Me hud oul)  walked a few hundred yard,, wlu-ii  he wns met by three nten whh re  volvers, who commanded Itfm tr,  hold up and deliver, Mr Olivei  thought discretion to be die net-  ter part of valor, and inntud of  arguing with the rc\u ver iiinz^lo  pulled out 9IOO iu c.n.li 'that   lie  VMIIlU   lull   iili, a-W.t  I'laee yonr (Jln-i.-tumi* oflers for  Shortbread. I'i nit Cakes antl Fruit  Loaf, with   Mitroeclti   Bros., now.  Pi.ioc voiii' Chriritnuw orders f.ir  Sliirtbi'oad, I'Vuit. Cake^ nud Fruit  Loaf, with   Maroee.hi   l>ros,  now.  George Tarbell left by Sunday's  bone on a busiiiets trip to V/ineoii*  ver.  <m.  >  ao  (T.  'JS  rt*  V)  n  ~**s  3  3  d-  "O"  %  0  H  ���������*  o  cr.  'Jl,  Mil  3.  CD  CO  OO  nr  o  o  a  3  ri*  t  >  -it  *  di  m  ���������i  0  .3  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made  \o O^der  from S20 to ������35    All Work First Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  ���������^*VVV<^������4^^^A^VV4������4^A^^������^^4A���������''^    ^^^^4l4>V^>.>4^A^^*^AAAA^yt^l  k"    A I n A     Merchant  1\.   /AlJL/rV       TA3XOK  LADIES' TAILOB-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  5 0ITS CDAtDB TO   O.R.DER HT1D  IN ANY STYLiE YOU UJISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From g20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND, -..������������������-        B. C.  ������^A*^*^t^v*vvv\*<*i������vvvv*^������>vv vvvv'���������^vvy>^%^A^^v^^^Ar^vvy  ^WHS-wiMiHiimiMaiTO  1 Oapital $5,000,000. Eese/ve $5,700,000 |  I   The Royal Bank of Canada,   g  I DRAFTS   ISSUED IN  ANY CUPvRENCY.    PAYABLE   ALL  I OVEI1 THE WORLD.  | SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & "interest |  I at highest Current Rates allowed on Ueposits of ?1 and up^anie. |  I CT7MBEBLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily. |  _���������__���������������������������coVlVSEK-AYi���������^BT-0^,^Sub*Branch,_Open_j;uaBdayii_Qnd_s_  FRIDAYS.  tlNION WHARF, B. C.    ���������)���������   Branch , Open Thursdays.  H. P. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  inffliiHifflii1^^  4..j������^H--I^^--M''H,H'*H*4-i^H-a*  W. Merrifield left by SuntlayV  bout fur Viiiic*>iiv������ii'.  KO K S ALE-PI A N 0 nonr here  will bo sacrilieeil for $250.00 ciwli;  novor ht-tm usud; Italy uinibli. to  keep it, Ajiply in Jirst instunee  Mrs. A. G, Mti.igeiun, tiO-iO, Cwl-  .iiiibin. Street, Viiueouv, r,   Jl. C.  ���������       ���������+   T. Hudson, A.   Horne ami  it.  Criiiit, mmmuitl over at Numiimo  on their way home i'lvui V.ctoii-i,  tu iitluiid tliu fitnorui ot tlie lute  .J. Iluiujjhruy,  wliif.ii  tuul*.  jilm-o  Oil SlIIKilli,   a   Ii, HuiInoii ie hjitniuuig a  few  iluy.1 at Vuneouver uu I'li-iimlm*,  llony MvCluiky* of Comux, is  ill at   the JiiliiU'D hoapitul   Vic-  tdl'lU,  Ititeniling,Viuas buyers, hIiouI.I  visit Thu JJig Stunt,   Tlu-it  st(������ek  of Xmas Utodo in  tHieijU'illt-tif  in  i)iiiiibiiilaii(l,  QBALKD TI'.NDEKS-adilrpgisd to tit  O niiuitiimiBil, ni'l emii.r-H'tl ''Teiidw  for J'uhl.o Bin IiIiuk, (.rni-il Pink', B.C."  wil bu it-cHiv.cl nii thin oUiw" until 4.WI  )' ,M., tm \V. iliiti-iliij, Dui-i iiibm i!8,  HIIO,  f I  (Jim .-Oilt.li UhiUU ul 11 I'lliillC liuiltllliy ll  'MtillU* Viitht,.hM  Hu , . |.i ritual.' iis Biidfurm ������( contuio'  nuii In* h on i.n I im -'.fl of toiiilor tibi.iiii' (I  ii, iho - tlitit*. I'M- Wm, HtiiniirHin, "fl-  iieut, .ii'tliitutt. Viourii, IH'., ,-'t'n. I'.n-i  Ollivi, Urn. (1 K.n'itt, uiul ut. tl iti Ut-j.a.ri  ii,ent  Vrrr-oriB It iiiVnii g lU'P ln-t Ht>rl 4li������t tuition. Mill i.ut I) O'liit-iiUitMl tin en. ui.tlti ti.  iim piinitii Kinifl hi.)jili.*.', led ii-t"K.i1  with tnrir nunuil H'im iiu*k������, nm ���������������/ ih i  .iiX'Ul-Htllil.11 Ulld |<|t*Uiflntl'l'*(i(llili(SU, Iu Ui-  CH8H ut 11' III', Iln. ii*lli,tl r ������i.n 111.'.   II u mr  lur* i>( u.t.! v-i. jiii.tiiii m.ii jil-ttj it uaid  tiiiwt i*f <-t.cn ii,oiutitir nf tro lu ni luilnt  h  *_ IV 511.  Knu i tciitlur n,u������l Le fti-'i" tiiouiiifd by till  (locujuttl vilut|ii(. on a i:li,no.n.l b uk, pn ���������  .ili'ti to U ii oiiltir' I tnu Ho,*..i.r..l.l(t t-i*  Mii.Uiiii' ut i uulio WurlH, ei'iinl to tm l> >  (10 yo ) ut Vim miiniii.' ill lliu vnidrr,  n huh wul I o lorli'iloil if nii4 i'i r nn t-uil  i imu t.i*'imu ti> outur i. to u oiiiitnu't v h'-ii  i llll, d up iu Io do n ., or lm) tu coin* 1������>.  ,, it mri. c nli-Avtril inr, II Mid tciidci. Ik*  in t iiocii[i*cd tin' cii.-'iK4nil inriiiucm-d,  lilt* llt;(HI[||,t'l,t mi, > nor, Iuu I   i rn It   tn  ,-joujjh ill.- l.twi'ut di miy to tl. r.  Hy unioi4  \l.ii, JlK-SliOdlKHS,  St.wo.'ii-y.  D'pnr m mt of Publlo Wi.tln,  OtlnVU, N* VO nli. r tt4ttl    HMO  K."fi|j,ipir������ mil nm I'.. i-i! il te, liiin u.l-  Vfl   H*.villi, it Mi,*) ItiKCit It Viillttllit HUtll*  .ifitj* in-ill tlm Do-mi-l, f.tii-t  \V������ ftl-rt  iii'*<ii*ni,.(l    tl' <t  M'.(*I)..;,ltI  ll*^ .{.Ad    I     ,  M.'tV'i  bu.������.    ,,���������tl,||,  Mr Oliver wc-i.i )muc ,,,><)  when he liiforiuci Iii- i';Wuih  what had happened ihey s.kmi  sprcitd the alarm. A po,v.e <>i  'armers was quick], <nu.uiis*-.l. '  nm uie robbers Ji.ni ,v,v -���������.,r .m  they caught no wv dim *:i..;ht,  j    IMHTH���������At   Cuiiib..rlmii)   0*.  I Divcmber ilid, to Mr.  nml  ilr������.  \V. .1. Fraser a nuii.  SAYWAHI) LAND DISTKICT.  m*m< *���������������*****  DUtriot. of 8������y ward,  TAKK NOriCR th.t Willinin  C.iMwell, of Unnik, Out., uiininp  inun, i.t.ninl.. vn apply fur pi;iinii*  ^ioll to puruhiico tno foll(������wli.|������ ue*  hoi bod.laniic;���������Onniint'iiclni; at r������  punt |ilHiitctlut thi4nutii.wictcoruiT  of Lit '11)0. Oiinin^on Hay, Sny  wiird lH-uncl, llit'tieii I'llli'ivint; tin4  norm imuiiUiry ot m1 *.iioi'.������-*u* Iv  tor 40 vlmmt*, vitiiuv.u uurtii ������U  (���������.bain*-*, tlii'ucd ive-t nit hi'hIiok* linn  liuiiift.'tniiulnvoi.il rly uiul lulni-iiiK  tl.Chhoro liiitHn tlw |.*.itu of coin**  t  '������������������  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  ���������V. BO?10$fl=  manufacture.* of tTllNHRAli UlftTERS.  CUholesale Dealer in WINES, UIQUOR St BEEt->  p. o, I������OX 148  PHONI3 29....  CUMBERLAND  G. tl. ASTON,  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER  o^i^wt-tiiuarw  First-class rvpa.rino ov all kinds dokk.  English watchus a si'kcialty "^1  All Work GuornnUodt  Next tO Toi'bell's. Duusmuir Ave.  tf  PLIMLEY'S ANNUAL  BICYCLE SALE  ^  i-nii li- -\i   i.uiiiiifi iniul   on l ii>',ii.������*4".'"'t ti.i ...niii'fc ., ������������������������������������  Dfcciiibi.T b-t.   tti   Mi*,  and   Mv  V, iMai'ii.clli n  n.  Next juorniti_r, hi v-vu, *i r.ia;.  wns ciiuyht at I.l.iii'c, :tj|,i  v.iun ���������.���������.-������-  .-sfi'trc'ifd h������ was tbtiiitl   tu   liawi    l>r. ./. Mi-l'in'c >���������('   ri;ni*(. It,  Mr Oliver's gold v.rcli   in   ',i.s j nit, was in t ������������������.. t. mi 'rtiMtJuv.  .hi; i'-'A. : ,.|j.    Hr in:-,;.* ,i   .,'���������... \ ���������*.. ..,...,., ..���������    ,.   ..  ,j.,j  uirm*.      NVii.m.-vm C.u.������wi:r.i,.  Jno. .Miii.eoi'.ii'ueut  DaichI Nov. 28.li, 1010,  ut^V I   ������ (.������   .   .   i    ."  * Imt  Wc arc c.car.n;; out ->!! ou������" 1910 ������rr������cl< of  bicyclui* at sacrifice pricr.3* Thio is  an unparalleled opportunity to get a  high grade bicycle at a er<������at bargain.  These machines are our regular stock  of standard makes, all High Grade.  t ���������. ' t <   .,.,'������������������*."  ���������OV   i i't'  ill 1(1 V   ol -   V-'  XtilW.i*, li. VJ.  Try Tbt Big Store for ������n ord������-r  of Tmna (rroceritrt.   Satitfartion  fj-i:������*i*".4.'e-''f,  Vatfi'if l'  *'.) kn'jiii mi r*!i!*!ii���������'  'li.*   i.'iit  *,. .. ,nt  ���������,������,v (>'  :!n  ���������','     ... ;. .*!.-   ;i J.;!.;'���������!' *-���������   ���������-'.' ji'Kril '  ���������I,n" ,;*. tl   fi-if   C";i'iit'k-',i'.'.!  Iiiiiii'.   l'-������l   Cn'UitMl.lV, (HI     .^'111-  d.iv, .Wivruii.er ;7ili-     Uc-c if) ���������  foil of clot Muy: tit-ay rap, bl.tc.. \  'if i"'it: *  *.-i  'HUM,,   l i ������,,\*u\t��������� tllli,; ���������*.'., t.-..||t lull  ���������-Whc-rali.. 87;   1/ V.'t o*    r..  .,   ( lU irflIli if ���������;���������, ,,,,, ,���������, f,     v *,      . thrn-qu-irtcrwi.tn .k������,i*  n^l1t\\?'^ I"'"'*   ���������v   ^  tinineut, 117.    .Mr *������i***:.n Mai- _     .....  ,/_._���������   ,;      ���������,,-,,   ,nfi'i."|ii< iiurjK>������������*i>.  ttn was elected for f. I'.Ki.ttt. h   '    '  Singers,  Hurnbers,  Enfields,  Tourists.  '. tiird-.qti-irtt'rwittn tioot* j im    \**q  U%ucd) K. AU������A. ' V^������L_.  Cuuik-rluiul. B.C,    '   ^������ES  Xtodios*) Gents and Jnvenllo MCodols,  "THOS. PLIMLEY,  1.10 GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA, B.C Jj  ���������nmmmW  mmm  SI  zocac


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