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 S"*'(&ft>*!JT;,"^���������t--" - *.;-riv*-.-.-���������- '  j ���������    _���������    ��������� t^!  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the .nteresta of Comox District  The Nkws, Nineteenth Year.  CUMBERLAND. B.'fr,   TUESDAY, AUGUST aa, :qh  Subscription ji.oo a Year  ������������<frg*W^fl*<^^ <-S������*������������tow������aap^^  The Store  of Quality  The Stone  Of Quality  THE BIG STOR.E  W.e are offering   special  values  in Ladies' Silk Waists, for this  week.  NEWEST STYLES,  HANDSOMELY  TRIMMED  Regular $5.50 and $6.00  -ON SALE.-  XhisJ s_JL_sp] eadi_d���������Qppor_t u n i ty.  to secure one  at less thai! COSt.  a*JI/*m*. a********** "*V*V**^'M^*^������<>V^  Simon Leiser & Co..Ltd.  Dunsrriulr Ave.,  Cumberland;  Locals.  Miss Maggie Cowan, from Van  con ver is here on a visit to Mrs.  John Thompson.  Miss Winnie Anthony from  Vancouver is visiting friends  her.*.  Mr. J. N, McLeod, left on Thurs-  m ruing, on a business trip to  Vancouver.  Mm. SiUims will roi-mmo giving  pianoforte lessons Sept 4th, Any  time by appointment oxcypt Tiies  day**5.  Mrs. "Watkinfi, of 6nohoinir.li,  Wash,, nrrivod by Sunday's boal  on a vi������it to her son JVLr. Chas.  l'ai'uliiiiii.  Mayor MeLund nrrivod  homo on  Sunday from Vancouver.  Mr. aud Mrs. .1. J. Wioi* arrived home froiii Chilliwaok ou Sun.  day.  Alderman Willard will Ionve  on Wwliic.diiy morning'to attend  the Methodist, district iiieetiii"* tci  held at Nanaimo in tlm after'no*...)  of tImt. (lay, nrter whieli h������ will  go to Victoria, returning home on  Tnesdny evening next.  U. K. Cnlbert, irianager of tho,  Royal Hank here, has resi������*ui'd  his position, and will leave shortly  for the oust.  At the Conservative con von tion  held at Nanaimo on Wednesday  lust, to select a candidal" to eon-  test the Comox-Atlin .eat in the  forthcoming Dominion elections,  H. Clement, of Prince Rupert, ru-  col veil the nomination, Three  names were simniitted to the eon-  vent ion, namely T, E. Bate, if  Cumberland. II, Clement and Mr,  Newton, both of Princo Rupert.  V*. B. Skinner, of Nanaimo, arrived liy Sunday's bo it, and returned by bicycle on  Monday.  Rev. tt. 0.    Freeman   left   for  Ma'.iuSmo i'M M"!id!".y hy Meyele  "U uLUuul tlhlikl Uiccllug (</ Iv  held there this week.  Mr. and Mrs. W. V��������� Lawrence  arrive, home Irom, Victoria on  Tuesday.  -.*--  W. J. Gourd the expert piano  tuner, will arrive from Vancouver  about the end of September or ths  beginning of   Oclutiei*.    Reserve  your orders for him.  Mr. T. Bickle arrived home on  Tuesday from n visit fo hh family at Victoria.  ���������'Dad** is back from the town  of Chill.i*\vaek, and has no bunch  of whiskers on his chin.  The hoi-pital Bt:*f. desire to express tiliir thanks to Mrs.  J. Roe for the donation of roie  trees to help boiiiitil'y the grounds  of tat   ins-itiiti-'n.   Any   further  ..IT,',,.!,,,.,  !,.   tl,., it., . , f l'...        i  "���������"������������������������������������j,'   ������u   >.���������������.   j..,t. Mi   ������'i"UC  un.",  uod.d U-gr.(t'i'.'*iily aewjilutl.  Mr. Robert Grant Si*, will ccl-  ebrato his birthday on lliis (Tuos.  day) evening at his 81111111101' camp,  Roy's Iloie.b. A large number of  his friends have been invited and  a grand time is promised, and i**  sure to b.* had, f*r '���������Hob" knows  how to do it. We join with hi*  many friends in wit-lung him  ninny happy leturus of tlm day,  ���������"For lie't* a jolly good fellow."  M'"-. .1    Piket   arrived   home  from VrtucotiviT 011 Tiitwiay.  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  "^1  Furnititt^and Household  SUPPLIES  mWSam*r.wX*WemaMnm't*)t nmtay  ���������8. ''"���������*"  I THE CORNER STORE j  Look out "j*?  Wallpaper 4  Paints    A  t  S  I  4,  !  ���������4"  I  t  ������  ���������#  4)  <i  4i  GREAT  Oils' Etc. 0  : ri-RY THE  The Magnet Cash Store,  ~"*fTV"E? BJvtk, Cu m be rland.  Di  a%  ��������� NOMINATE ;  MR. DUNCAN ROSS  At the Liberal Convention for  Comox-Atlin District held in tho  I. 0. 0. F, Hall at   Nanaimo on  tho 10th inst,, at which weio pros  ent about one hundred prominent  Liberal delegates from different  parts of tho >constituency. Dun  can Itosis ex-M. P. wus iroininiited  to carry tho Liberal banner.. to  victory.  Cumberland was represented by  our local tin I id tor Mr. IV P. Harrison mid Mei-srs John l.nice,  JivmoH Uei I, Thomas Carey, P,  Dunne aud .J nines Stewart,  Denmaii Island by Willi nm  liakio, and Union Hay by Thomas  Hudson,  Comox by Alex, Urqnlinrt, W.  It. Rulib, Jotjeph MePhee, William  Grieve and <L  Hullidny,  Alborni uud all other plucOB  were lully rt*|>resoiitoil.  The party could not huve beon  more fortunate in their selection,  for outside the n-doublahle William Sloan and ������������������Hilly" McIiiiiob,  it would be very difficult to  Iind a person puss suing the un-  doubt-d nbi.i y, rcpiraiioii mid  8 rength of pciBonality, as Mr,  Duncan Roup,  The Liberals are very enthusiast i������ and feel convinced thnt thoir  choice will aivnep the Held.  Mr. lloss will bo in Cumberland at the bitter part of this wook,  when tlie public will luive an opportunity of hearing ������������������Iluciprcc-  ity" and other matters of interest,  dealt with by him, in a manner J{>  which wilt leave no doubt na to  his ability and fitness to represent  this large constituency,  'r?i  i'- ���������'  TO BE INCREASED  Mr. W. L. Coulsou. general  manager of the Canadian Co'lier-  its, L-d., who was a visitor to  Victoria last. Friday!"said' his  company would start work on ;i  new mine in 60 days. The iuiue  which will prove an important  addition to the well known collieries, is southeast of the present  workings near tidewater. The  company will probably have to  sink its shaft between 700 and  1000 ftet for Hie proposed workings, which are expected to employ a large number of men  While they arc sinking the shaft  for the coal, Mr Coulsou said,  the company will go steady, remembering that great coal pits  grow from small beginnings.  Some idea of the magnitude of  the poescut workings may bo  gathered from the fact that, in  the past twelve mouths Mr;  Couison estimated the output as  considerably over yoo.ooo tons,  Thi.. year he has no doubt but  that they will easily exceed a  million tons output:  J  Summer  Sale  FOR   PAY-DAY,  AND  WEEK  FOLLOWING  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  A)  ���������I'  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L.L.D., D.C.L, PnE3it)ENT   ALEXANDER- LAIRD.^General-Manager .   CAPITAL. - $10,000,000  REST, - $7,000,000,  COLLECTION   BUSINESS  ���������With its large number of. branches, agents and correspondents, The  Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections tbrouglio.it  the World.promptlyfcnd at rea.on^bl'e"rates."' T^atc-s WilTbc "quoted on  application.   ..-_..  FOREIGN   BUSINESS  2.0  Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling*,  francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,  can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T.   WHITE,  Mfi"_i*f.o  H, C. Clements the Conservative .candidate far this constituency, will deliver a public address at Coiirtoimy on Saturday  evening. If it can bo iii'iungcl,  Duiiciin Robb the Liberal candidate-will also be present and ad-  ilrcHS the lime ting.  -*���������_-  Mr. Ralph Simpson of England, and Miss Agnes vSlrutheis,  daughter of Mr. John Struthers,  of this place, were united in marriage on Tuesday evening iu  Holy Trinity church. Rev. John-  sou, of Vancouver officiated.  ������������������ Whether the election in Co-  niox-Atlin is deferred or imt, 1  slinll lif>ht it out to 11 finish,"  said Mr, II. S, Clements, Conner  vative (Mind I dn to for Comox-Atlin.  before luavjiifj; the city this morn  ing to fire the fitvt gun> in liis  canipiiign at Wellington, over the  gulf, tonight,���������Province of the  IOlli.  SUMMBR SCHEDULE.  ���������  The,SS. "Joan"   will  sail .is  under:���������  Leave Victoria Tuesday,, 7,00  a.m., for Nanaimo, Union and  Comox, ;  ' Leave Comox Wednesday 800  a.m., for Union, Nanaimo and  Vancouver.  Leave Vancouver Thursday,  9,00 a.m., for Nanaimo,- Union  and Comox.. ,  heave C91110N Friday, 8.r>uiV m.  for Union, Nanaimo mid ���������Vmi*  cnuver.  l-cave Vancouver {.atur';, ,  9.0011,111,, for Niinaimo, Uuior.  and Comox;.  Leave Comox Sunday, ��������� .<> <  a.m., for Union,   Nana'mo, ami  Victoria.  The recent London strike'u_s*  that community ������10,000,000.  Good piciuri"** at tho Elecirii*.  Theatre this week. Don't mi***-;  irfotriiiu. tlieiu.  Th- <i'"8e  fsoaion   for  unhriMi  ai boon auepv.tulcd on (Ut. Vnn. v  Ilivcr for this year.  sExa**.**?  CAMPBELL'S CLOTH  A new lot of Kimph.s for MADK-TO-MIvA.SI'RK  GbOTIlIN(������ iu conieof the swelh'ht patteriisniid *-tyles  11 for FALL 1011, in Scotch Tweeds, Kiiglteh Wornt'-ilH.  Dlievjoisimii **-org;-'p, jdhi in, uiid you should make if a  ]iuint to SKK TIII.MniCl',OlU. OliDLKIXO YOlJIt  SUIT. Prices fioin S'20.00 to $!10.00. We guantniee  11 perfect fit.  Some more Children's llonnctfi in Silk and Fancy  HtHiwiind Koilnoidi'ty. Ludic-i' IMts Motor Veil*,  Mid Co'luifl just arrived,  Gapipbell Bros  B  H  rl  .'.  u  1  ti  ill  Hi  I'  U  ���������taw*-ft  ITJii't.i'iXT'XUitf.-, THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  fMIMMMMMMIH^MIi^  Ihe  iRpund-Upii  ;    A Romance of Arizona  Novelized From Edmund  Day's Melodrama J*  J*  By   JOHN   MURRAY   and j.  MILLS MILLER.  t, IMS.  by Q. W. Ddtta-fl-  ham Co.  3ft*&.;  Instinct or his "Kind or wakened by  Ih. scent of McKee's boar prease, he  suddenly opened bin,, eyes. Like ull  men accustomed to cmerKenc-ies. he  j vyiis Instantly in full possession of his  (Continued.)  Florence had grown up as a settlement about u spi'lui; of water some  time befori.4 the in)vent of the railroad  Builder*, of the line got Into trouble  with the itili-ibluinis and in revon_.e  located the station half u mile away  from the .sprln*,', thinking new settler,  would come lo them, hi this they  were disappointed. Tlie point was an  Isolated one and the station a deserted  epot between trains.  Eastward and westward the single  track of railroad drifted to shimmering points on the horizon. To the  south dreary wastes of sand glistening,  white under thi* buruis'.icd sun and  crowued with c-h..inps of grayish ."Tee...  sagebrush striiclied to un -.ncire'ln;*.  rim of hills. Cacti and yucca 'pal/an.  broke the monotony of the roll of tl..-.  plains to tlie uplands.  < Sahnaros towered over the low s&i-  tiou, which was buiit in tli*.** styie of  the old Spanish Missions. It. red roof  flared above Ihe purple shadows --Hst  by Us walls. In the fntliotnless biue  above a bu.Kard sailed niajcstlcii'ly  down nn nir current iind hovsred motionless over the lonely outpost of civilization.  Within the station a telegraph sounder chattered and chirruped. "0le Man"  Terrill was nt the instrument- <-i������ ,-���������-  nes.   were  over  uu*  me rorenoon,  tne  eastliouud express, which, with the  westbound, composed the only trains  that traversed that section of the road  each day, having arrived and departed  a half hour before, and he had cut in  on the line to regale himself with the  news of the world. But there was a  dearth of thrilling events such as his  rude soul delighted in. The Apache  uprising that was feared had not taken  place. Colonel Hardie of Fort Grant  had the situation well in  hand.    The  nihilists were giving .their-latest czar  a breathing spell. Xo new prizefighter  had arisen to wrest the championship  of the world from .John I., Sullivan, who  toad put all his old rivals "to sleep."  "Ole Man" Terrill proceeded to follow  their example. He had been up late  the night before at a poker game. His  head fell forward with a jerk. Aroused  by ���������the shock, he glanced drowsily  about hlrn. Heat wmves danced before the open window. Deep silence  hung over his little world. Again his  eyelid*- closed, his head dropped, and  slowly he slipped into sleep.  Tragedy was approaching him now.  but not along the wire, Down nn ar-  royo, or "draw" (the dry bed of n water course), that wound In a detour  around the town of Florence aiid debouched Into the open plain near the  station, crept two ���������men in single (lie,  each leading a horse. They were Buck  McKee and Bud Lane, who had riddeu  north from the town that morning with  the declared pnrpime of going to Buck's  old nincb, the Lazy K. They had circled'about tin- town, timing Uielr arrival ������t ihe station a Utile after llie departure of the train which wns expected lo bring JJlcl- I.aue's inoiiev.  ... McKee emerged iirnt from the mouth  of the draw. He wore a coarse Han-  ucl Hliirt, loosened at tlie throat. About  hla neck was a handkerchief, His rid-,  ItiB overalls v*;_re tucked Into high  boots wllh Spiuih-h heels and long  mpurs. A Mexican hat with a bead  bund topped a head covered witli  coiirHe black linlr. which he Inherited  from his Cherokei; mother.  Save fur the vuliiire llontlng high In  air not a living thing was In sight.  With the caution of a coyote McKee  crept to the sin lion door and peered  biinkliigly 1 lining!) the open door Into  the room. The change from the da*/-  ���������/.ling light without to ihe shaded Interior Minded lilm for a moment. He  lifiird Hit- heavy hwnthing of the sleeper before he saw lilm,  Keturiifng to the mould of the ar>  royo, McKee nioiloiieij to Ills companion to bring oin the horses. When Ihlx  wuh done the two men cinched the sad-  dlefj and made every preparation for  midden (light. Lane nnd the horses  remained oiiihhIc the million behind a  freight ear on n siding, while McKee  Btole softly through the open door to  "Ole Man" 'JVitW'h side.  Now, the agent used as n Niife de-  jumll vault Ids Inside wnlslcont pocket,  Iho lock upon which was a huge safely.  pill. 4-o< lllliliri uilrliM' in��������� i.uiu-t' ii  jvvojvcr, )i'i.i.'-i.,v hung .-it ).]-��������� hip and  easily reached, Ills ipilcknesH on ihe  draw In Hie limn of need nnd Ills no-  curacy of aim made hint a formidable  tiiitngoulst.  f"7.rt,f.    tiif.it   -irv.   liof-M    Intn   lliu   'cnrti.  to become Its watchdogs, others to  Tnmniie Its wolves, Tlie presence of a  human wolf |s, as it were, scented by  Hie human watchdog even when the  dog Is asleep, McKee wan known li>.  Ktliietlvcly as a niiiu-wi.lf to the born  gunrdl-in* nf rui'ti'iy, <-*!!in Hoover.  liliiiM'Tt a high type uf tlie man mas-  fllT, *jm,.,1 to .oij- i,f flu: half bri-cd;  "I can smell Hint |������*ar grease he slick.  bin hair wlili ai.lii the wind. He may  lie out o' si:.tii un" out ii' mind, when  Koini'tlidr (Win me 'McKee's unnitid.'  'I'heii I smell b'nr irrenxe. nn' the next  Ihlnjr ItiiH.y shows up wllli tils in-  ur:ir.\wii\\n' grin It's nlliiz 'grense  |K*fore meet.' ns the *l*y pilot would  tuiy "  ������������������rile Man" Ti*rri!l ������;*.** of tin* wjitch  doc breed.    U'heihi-r  warned  bv ������������������������*  I'kio tiwti in _���������"���������������;���������'_  fie, c.nch^leiuling a  <wm.  wits, yet he _.-,*tended ro be slightly  confused In ora.'-to get a grasp upon  the situation oe'*o.'eftgreeting his via-  Itor.  "Howdy. Buck?" he said, adjusting  his revolver as he swung half round  in his chair that he mis;ht reach hia  weapon more readily in an emergency.  "Bustin' or busted?"     '        ....���������'  "Well. I'm about even with the  game." replied McKee. pulling from  hlf nocket a bag of tobaco .nd *������������������<-.  pers and deftly rolling a butterfly cigarette. '"Goln* to shake it before I lose  my pile, it's me fer the Lazy K.  Dropped in to say goodby."  Terrill, who had recently had an  expensive seance with McKee at  poker, remonstrated.  "Vou ought to give me another  chance at you. Buck. Yer goin'"away  with too much o' my -money."  "Well,  ole 'man.   I'm  likely   to rob  you uv a lot more ef you hain't keer-  ful," answered McKee.  -^Yxm.can_t_.jest_yiLai^  rill.   "Dead broke."  "Aw, come off! Everybody knows  yer a wall-in' bank. Bet you got three  tiiousan' in that inside pocket uv  yourn this minute."  Ten-ill started at McKee's naming  the exact amount he was carrying. He  forgot his customary caution In his  surprise. "Well, you did jes' hit It,  shore enough. I believe yer half  gypsy Instido' half Injun. Jes' like  yer knowln' I stood pat on four o* a  kind when you had aces full an'  throwin' down yer eynrdi' 'fore I c'u'd  git even with you. How do you do It.  Ruck'?"  McKee gave a smile of cunning, Inscrutable superiority. "Oh. It's jes' a,  power I have. 'Keen Hubby.' as the  greusera say���������I'm keen on the know  how. Why, I kin tell you more about  the money.   It's fer Jack Pnyson"--  "Now, there's whar yer way off ns  n cloervoynnt. Buck." said Terrlll _trl-,  'Umphnntly. "You guessed oncot too  often. The three thousnn' Is county  money, consigned to Sheriff Hoover.  Jack Pnyson has jes* lef with a pack-  ago from K. C��������� but It wasn't money.  It was a pnrty glJt ehnlr-n weddin'  present fer the gal he's goln' to  marry."  At. that moment tho sounder of the  telegraph begun clicking the cull of  the station. Terrlll whirled about hi  his swivel chair and faced Ihe tirble.  McKee stood close behind lilm. Ills  lips twitched nervously. His eyes narrowed as he watched every movement  of the agent's big shoulders as he operated the key, At tho mi me time Ihe  half breed drew his revolver and covered Ihe buck of Terrlll's head.  The agent completed Ills message  and turned to continue his Interrupted  conversation. He found himself gazing Into the niu/./.te of \\ -M���������big. It  Ki'i'ined. as a thirteen inch gun, "Why  -what?" he stammered.  "I'm im*tIti* jes' now as Pllin'ii dep-  pity," snld McKeu. '���������Unbutton an"  tin ii' tliat money over,"  Once having IiIm victim In his power,  nil the Innate cruelty of the Indian  blood of his inuteriinl ancestors Hushed to ihe surf-ice. Terrlll was at. his  mercy. Tor one desperiite moment ho  would play with hlrn. even torture lilm  as his forefather!! had once made miserable the last momenta of n captive  lie knew that unless he silenced Tvr-  till his, life must pay Ihe forfeit  lien th was Hie penally of detection  The arm of the express ciuiipiiu*. was  long,    L'iiiuuiic   .'.ip'iov   it'.-'.s   i-i-rlaiu.  mind various schemes to foil McKee,  who uow stood behind him with the  uiur.'.le*of his,revolver pressing iuto  lhec,middle of his back. Each, was re-  Jbcted before half conceived.  McKee laughed sueeringly, .nylug.  "You oughtn't to be so keerless to  show whar. you cache yer roll."  Terrill made no reply. U is hope of  escape was slowly fading.  McKee had reached his left hand  over his prisoner's shoulder to disarm  Terrlll, who moved slightly away from  Ul in. drawing in his feet as he did so.  Oue chance had come to him. He  knew that if he fulled death was cor-'  tain, yet he determined to take ihe  risk lu order lo retrieve the slip he had  made In admiitiug that he had money  lu hla possession to a gambling crony,  and so to keep clean his record for  trustiness, of which he was so proud,  rhls lust desperate resource was au  old wrestler's trick���������oue with which he  had compiered others In the* rough  games of the corral.  Again Terrill moved to the right aud  farther under McKee, who hud to extend his arm and body far beyond an  upright position. Holding his revolver  against Terrill handicapped the halt  breed iu his movements.  ...'With a quick turn Terrill grasped  McKee's left arm, jerking it down  sharply ou his shoulder. With his  right hand he grasped the back of bis  antagonist's neck, pulling his liend  downward and Inward. Using his  shoulder for a fulcrum, with a mighty  heave of his legs and back he sought  to toss McKee over '���������his head.  So surprised, for arMnstan. was the  cowboy by the suddenness of the. attack that -he-made no effort to escapa  the clutches of the desperate express  agent.  His feet had left the floor and he  was swinging in the air before his  linger pressed thetrlgger.  There was a muffled report  The two men fell In a heap on the  floor. McKee on top. Dazed and shaken. MeKee scrambled to his feet Tha  air was pungent with odor of powder  smoke. Terrill rolled over\>u his side,  trembled convulsively aud died. Ue  had paid the penalty lor a moment's  indiscretion with his life.  McKee quickly unfastened the pin  aiid seized the roll of bills. Skimming  through the package, he smiled with  satisfaction to see that the most of it  was in small bills and none of them  stained.  Carefully avoiding the fast forming  pool of blood which was oozing from  the hole  in the dead  man's head, he  A HUNGRY__PYTHON.  The Firet Courso of Hit Meat Got Him  Into Serious  Trouble.  In my travels I visited the JatI at  riuiyet-Myo. in Burma. On the morn-1  Ing of my visit there had undoubtedly!  been an unusual occurrence. A python1  twenty-two feet long and twenty-eight  Inches in girth had entered the vegetable garden and crossed it to the fowl  pen. Besides the fowls, there were  some, five ducks In the pen. Now, the  front of the pen was fenced with diamond mesh galvanized wire netting of  a strong type.  The snake could not resist' a fat  duck, so, putting Its bead und neck  through the stout diamond frame, It  seized and swallowed one. I have no  doubt whatever that it would have  ."mopped up the bunch" Inside tho  house, but that ln adjusting No. 1 to  ���������make room.for No. 2 It became awaro  of an uensy feeling owing to the wire  around its wais*. Neither have I any  doubt that in addition to becoming  uneasy it became "seriously alarmed.  Being now unable either to disgorge  or to get away, it tore off the whole  section of netting, Q feet by 8. and returned with tbe necklace or waistband through the cabbages. Not unnaturally, 1 think, the sentry, seeing  a (J by 8 foot wire section of fencing  marching through the cabbnge patca  without any visible means of support,  gave the alarm and then opened tire.  The prison guard rushed out and  also opened fire, and very,shortly our  hero lay dead in his frame. He wus  skinned and bis skin cured and dressed ln the Jail, where they are uoted  for this kind of work.���������Forest aud  Stream. "  hurried to tlie door.  A glance showed him the coast waa  clear. Running across the tracks, he  Joined Lane, who was wailing for hiin  behind the freight car,with impatience.  A  COMPETENT  WITNESS.  The Mule't Testimony Was Taken and  Accepted by the Judge.  The originator of a widely known  probation system, Judge William J.  Pollard of a St Louis police court, is  tbe subject of a Boston Herald story  which Illustrates his unique way of  dealing out justice to minor offenders,  A driver bad been brought before  Judge Pollard, charged with cruelty to  animals. He bad been driving a galled  mule, but he had an expert witness lu  a veterinarian who testified that the:  sore on the mule's back did not pain;  tbe animal in the least  The judge listened attentively to the  long technical opinions and then demanded to know the mule's where-  TTiSolTtsT-** UF*wirs"ihformed-that-|t-was-  harnessed to a wagon which stood on  the street iu front of the courthouse.  The judge then ordered that court to  be adjourned for live minutes.  He took bis cane and proceeded to  the street went up to the mule and  with the end of his cane gently touched the sore spot on the animal's back.  Tbe mule promptly tried to kick the  dashboard off the Wagon. Once again  tbo Judge touched the sore spot with  his cane, and tho mule responded as  before.  Judge Pollard returned to the bench.  The prisoner was called before him.  "With all due respect to the expert  testimony you have hnd introduced In  your behalf to show that the mule's  back does not puln bim, 1 will fine  youn $50," nnnonticed the judge. "I  asked the mule If the .sore hurt bim,  and be said It did."      N  tt  Eat and Be Merry!  99  Stop starving yourself���������stop suffering the pangs of indigestion���������stop  worrying about what you dare and dare not eat.  Eat hearty meals of wholesome food, take  !|A^Rll-tll������!PEPSIA iMm  and you'll feel like a new person. Sour stomach���������heartburn-  occasional" indigestion��������� chronic dyspepsia ��������� all yield quickly to  NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The properly digested food  restores your strength, your stomach regains its tone, and soon  requires no further aid.  50c. a box.    If your druggist has not stocked them yet send  50c. and we will maii them. 37  NATIONAt DRUG AND CHCMICA4. 00. Of CANADA LIMITED. MONTREAL.  Sporting .Notes.  DAMES AND DAUGHTERS.  Milwaukee high schools will form ������  baseball league.  Swimming will be taught In the Philadelphia public schools.  Jackie Clark may quit the bicycle  game for aviation sport after this season.  H. J. Handy, the1 Chicago long distance swimmer, has returned to the  game after nearly a year's lay-off.  Bob Fowler, the Cambridge (Mass.1  athlete, who has probably run the  greatest distance In practice and competition of any of the long distance  men of this country, is ready to continue again this year.  Town Topics.  Tbey are now calling Macon the Atlanta of central Georgia, and that's  some compliment too. ��������� Brunswick  News.  If New. York allows Madison Square  Garden to he torn down New York  ought to tie ashamed of herself.���������Syracuse Post-Standard,  Edinburgh's population has increased only '2.780 tn the last'decade. The  Scottish Athens seems to.be Inclined  to live on the memories of its past,  greatness as a capital, first of politics  and then of letters.���������New York Tribune.     '���������."''-'���������"���������       "."������������������"'..���������'  Ada Uehan. the actress, is by her  own confession a devotee of Ualzae  und Thackeray.   ..<  Miss Johanna Redmond, youngest  daughter of tne Irish leader, is developing iuto a playwright, showing Id  her work many of the brilliant characteristics of ner distinguished father.  Mine. Nina TJimilrieff. the distinguished Itusslau soprano, is a woman  of-'rare preseuce ot mind. She oneff  quelled an angry mob that had assembled in an Italian opera house to wreclc  the performance.  Mrs. Lewis Harcourt, niece of J.  Pierpont Morgan, Ib the first America*,  woman who has ever had the distinction of christening an English buttle*  ship. On March 30 sh. performed thi*  service when the Dreadnought Mouf  arch, the largest lighting craft evetf  built In tbe Tyue. was launched.  Princess David Kawanannkou. widow}  of-the late Prince David and motheif  of-the last of the royal Hawaiian hue,  has been singularly honored by a command���������the only one issued to any  American citizen���������to attend the corona*  tion ceremonies uext June. Her husband waa the brother ot Queen l.iliuo-  kalani.  Train and Track.  Death of 610 persons by street car  &ccidents-in-fourteen-cities'of-theiOnit-  ed States is reported for the year 1U10,  and the list is not complete.  Expenditures for maintenance of  way and structures in 1910 for the railways of the entire United States showed an increase of 11.3 per cent over  1909.  A new book of instructions published in nine languages has just been issued by tbe Pennsylvania railroad for  the government ot employees working  on or about tbe tracks.  nsr  imt^^w  Tiiriv wns a muffled rciuirt,  In silence I hey mounted their horses  For a short illsliince McKee led the  way ii|inii ihe railroad truck In ordei  to leave nn linofpi'lnis and llieii H.nicl,  across I In- desert townid the hills In  the soiiili,  "Why did yon shoot?" gasped l.nne.  "lie divu mi mo," Knurled McKee,  "It wiihii'i l>|r|-'H money, but you'll gel  linlf,   Sluil up."  The burning sun rose higher .ar.il  higher. The Inr.'.znrd ilropinul lower 11���������  the sky.   The silence of ilcnlli brooded  over the r- ' --'���������<-������t������,.i  (To be continued.)  Like Father Like Son,  There, is a probability that Mr.  Raymond Acquitli, tlio British Prime  Minister's con, will before long embark upon a poliU'iil career. Iteeont-  ly lie wuh invited hy tho IJberala in  ti London eonstitnoney, which tin a  [irnr\ rorirorntytm] \\y n  TTnloniif ������iric<i  January of last year, to hecom/-  their proHpcctivu eiuui'idittu, hut 'i������  replied to the effect Unit lie considered it morn appropriate for n young  man to make hin debut n������ nn applicant for Parliamentary honors in a  PM-Mri*   division.  Punctuality In' London.  There is plenty of rush and hurry in  business Loudon, Just as in America,  but tho English ways seem to be much  more systematic and dlgnltled. Tho  man of busluoRs is always attired with  care*���������pink necktie, chamois gloves,  frock cont, spats���������for business procedure iu England must bo met with duo  complluuco to English ideas of propriety.  Appointments must bo mndo by written noton-uot typpwrltten, mind���������and  when the appointment is made it is to  bo kept to th'o dot. I kept nlno appointments in one dny nnd found every  mfti) rondy nnd waiting. When you  think that old London Is slow Just  wako up. Thoy don't mnko much fuss  nbout things, Inn they Just plan nnd  do whnt thoy set out to do.���������Joo Mitchell Chnpplo In National Mngazlno.  Congressional Speeches.  A speech that tb. bouse can't stand  should not be inflicted on the publlc-  Nasbville'J'ennessenn.  This crusade against "leave to print"  speeches in congress may look all right  (o outsiders, but (hose who would oth  erwise hv compelled lo listen to 'eic  ' feel like letting well enough aloiie.-  VViisblngton 1'ost.  The Ego ���������nd th* Shell,  Rggsholls nro tnndo chletly of enr  bnnnto of lime, nud tho yolk Ih half  wntor. half oil and albumen, whllo ilu  white of nn egg. ns It Is called, consists of water ehlelly with iilhiiinei"  nnd n littlo phosphorus nud sulphur,  Tho yolk nlwnys Hunts nt the top ot  tho whlto, no to bo ns near ns possible  to tho hen when she situ upon It to  lintel) It. while two cords nttneheil to  tho yolk, ono nt each end, prevent II  from nt'iunlly touching tho shell,  The Royal Box.  King George V. of England is on������  of the greatest stamp collector*! in tue  world.  Queen Mary'B coronation fan. which  _w,iLl__be^preseu_ti_d by tbe  Worship.ul  Company of Faumakers. will be composed of the Buest honiton lace, mounted on yellow tortoise shell brought  from India. The long mounts will be  inlaid with gold.  The threat that he would never visit  Denmark as long as Kins Christian  lived made years ago by .be czar of  Russia is recalled by tbe news tbat be,  has made plans for an extensive (European journey which will include fb������  country which King Christian's death  made free to bim.  uo������t qt Waremp.  The cost of the* chief parts' of a modern British battleship are as follows;  The two 12-inch turret guns, with  their mountings and protection, cost  $500,000, and $650 is the price of fir.  ing each shell. The torpedo tubes cost  $15,000 each, and the weapons them.  .elves $3,000 each. The armor���������about  <,.00 tons���������costs something like $G0O  a ton. Lastly, it coats about $70 au  hour for fuel.  y/y���������\  ���������   .41  Is Yonr  __.      ���������Mi  loaf Like  this?  r  lonornnce,  A Reottlsli minister wnu nuked to  j"T!,.*f fer r.(������. tti������ <(((* ������i������*i. nnd tli������> ruin  onmn down In floods nnd destroyed tho  crops, Irrltnted nt the result, ono dlu*  glinted elder conlided to nnothor tout  "this comes o' tutrlHtln* sic n requcnt  ������o n meeiilster wbn Isim acquent wl'  ngrlcnlture."  (iialiiii tutu Ilu: mtaUv ul <i 44,"  Pursued out of Arl'/onii by the sheriff,  he   would   be   milled   through   every  nimp und town In die fur west,  Willi nn tut 11t. Terrill ined to rise mid  fm-e his antagonist, reaching fur his  levolvor as lie ilhl ho. The bun oi bin  VH'npnii had ciiuglit lu tin* arm of his  i-hiilr, liatnp.Tliig Ills iiiovi'iiicnis.  Mcl.i'c threw him roughly bin-fc Into  1 lie cluilf,  "Thiiii*    up   ,icr   h.ili".'>:"   hi-   trii-i),  "tiuu't irj tti.it:"  I> uciii 'Icrrllln hiiuds bigli over  Ills lictid. lie I'.o id I tie <������i*t*u ultidowl1  Not a Klgu <if help miik in i-lg'it.  Quickly the tigeut turned ovu* iu bU  Wrote 81k Novell In One Year.  Rev. J. Joshop Tongue, who hns been  (.lectetl by popular vote to a London  living worth $.,000 a year, is better  known to the pntroum of circulating  Ifbrnrie.i under Jiiu own nom de guerre  l������f Morice Gerard. Ho has been do  icribi-d as ponnibly the most prolific  writer of liction ni the dny. in IWMi  bo published no fewer thnn fix novel*  in the jipace of twelve months-, nnd bin  output   hai   been   well   maintained  liu.6.  On-'-Flt'H*  Siv..  Honi't.'iiiig .ike one 111 i-vcry five of  Ciiv.t Ur.tinn'* |i<ipulittiiin ii- 11 <i(>jK):4.  it-.r in tin- tK>-li'IIIc'- -j.vif.ij-- in; 1., ulP  tivur-ici: deiMi.il bciiiii <tbuul illi.  Why They Are Cleener.  "Women's minilH nro much dinner  thnn meu'H." snld u womnn to her bus*  band,  Thoy ought to bo," replied her him-  bund. "Tbey change them no much  ofteiior."--Lnill<'n' Homo Journal.  Liverpool.  Liverpool holds un unrivaled portion an a distributing centre,   NVitliiu  a jshwrt distance arc i-itunted th*������ lan.ii  iniiiiufuctuiiiig   iticluT-'trii.M*}   of   Luiien-  , niiire and  Vurk.liire.    It in h ceiiliy  ', lui tlie iiiidliiiu'-. uud alto fur freliind  j nnd biiutil  Willi,-.-.  'F your flour Is of  the right quality,  it ought to produce uniformly  good bread. When the loaf  comes out of the oven it  ought to be appetizing and  inviting in appearance. The  crust should be crisp, tender and sweet a������ a  nut. The pores of the bread should be regular  showing uniform expansion by the yeast and  every loaf should be light, plump and should  expand over the top of the pan. Bread  made from Ogilvie's  Roy ai Household Floor  always comes up to the highest standard of  excellence when made right. It is always uniform,  and good to iook at as weii as gooU lu cii.  Summer and winter,' day after dav, month after  month, "ROYAL HOUSEHOLD" is milled by  exactly the same process from exactly the same  standard uniform grade of the best RedFyfe^ wheat.  And this uniformity is guaranteed hy rigid safe-  puardincjtestsat the mills Wore theflour is shipped.  Get ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR  from your grocer and slick to it.  "OtlW������'������ Botif. Ut ��������� Cttak", with in per^f ftntiff Hint  fc_tt linii to*4 awl Uitr4, will br twnt !>������<* if y**i wlU M**4* ut  yoar ���������d<lfv**t������(Jinrritl<>n th* m*w* at yarn titiltt. j^g  TWF.#-.uxi'novtMLisct,^u\irtra.   .   moartc.  W. N. U., No. 8W  ���������___������������������ .3/  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  "'Why let that headache spoil your day's work or pleasure?' Take  I"}) ' "    , 25c. a Box at your druggist's.        ..       ���������    ���������;���������    ~~"i*"  Guaranteed to contain no morphine, opium or other polsdnous drugs, by tho   30  NatiiMul Drt_g and Cbamical Company of CaaiuU, U-aiUd,    . ��������� -'���������       ���������       Moatr������������4,  and that of Canada grows.     If    we  push Canada    into    England's arms,  the  trade  arrangements  between  the  two will tend more and more io shut'  us out." I  Retribution  "I see wViere there is a heavy cut  in the new bill in the wool duties."  "Is there?" I bet that makes the  wool interests feel sheepish,"  The Oil for the Farmer.���������A bottle of Dr.  Thomas' Eclect-rio Oil in tho farm house  will'save many a journey for tho doctor.  It Jb not only good for tho children when  taken with colds and croup, and for tho  mature who Buffer from pains and aohea.'  but thero are directions for its uro on  .lok cattle. ThereSuhould always be a  bottle of it in the house.  Sbe���������"Is your friend, Mr. Sellers, a  a literary man?"  He���������"No.       Merely   a   successful  ������ novelist."--Boston Transcript.  Minard's Liniment cures garget in cows  NOW   OR  NEVER  IS THEIR SLOGAN  One day when my little 4-yenr-okl  brother was playing in the backward  he slipped on some water nnd^iurtftliat  I  have  described,  and   that" I  himself. He came into the house cry  ing, and said: "Mamma, why -does  God always freeze the water with the  slippery aide up?"    ..-,  $552 Buys Everything  Needed To Build This  Fine 6 Room      . Home  ���������JOT 'thi pM-toMe  *' Mod. out w������ll-  ���������MiitrucUd, warm,  ���������utxtintl.l tram*  -Mlldlng*. Youaav*  DrehlUot'a t%.  kulldar'a 10% and  lumbar dialer a bl(  nrolHt t>r burlo*  ALLmatcrlalidlrMt  Iron our Bill*.  Other Homes. Bungalows,  Cottages, Burnt, School*,  2 to 12 Room*���������$175 Up  ������������arT������hln������ ������t whotaral* aoat-hUBlMr Winmed. atUd  ���������nd rnnrked; rodln*. doon, window*, _'*������������������, _f>!"t*r  ' fcojrd. Interior Mm tuid (Inlah. li������rtw-������. arao tha nalla  and paint. Atao plant, Mm -irlnt. and datalljd building  Intlrucllana-all ao claar ������o."M atad ������o -.kill*- labor.  Book of 60 House Plans FREE  "P hotoa. plaoa. daaorlptlooa ahow aaaotlr what comrlatad  tmiHe. look Ilka and talla aaacth' Mwlt* aetiM ������i������* Saad  2-uaet '-an* and aik lot PU������ Book He. M  '_ ���������'    ���������   ,       _        ______       m     *ta__i_������_m������BU������  Soyai-alga Camatraatitam Co. }���������������������������������*������. oam  Shoe Boils, Capped  Hock. Bursitis  ure hard to cure, yet  RBINE.  ABS0  will t������mnve them andleate no blem  It hi    Voea not blister or remor*       ....  tbe hair. Curet any pull or two 11 lng.. Homo ean  bs worked, 12.00 par bottle.deltTered.Book ������ D free.  ABSORBINE, JR., (mankind, 11.0. bottle.)  For Bolli, Hr'uli.!,' Old Bore*. Swelling!, Qoltc*  VarlcoaeVelnn.Varlooaltlea, Allayi Pain.  tl. F. YOUNG, P. 0. P., 13*" Temple 8t., Springfletd,* Mm  ; LYMAHB, ltd., Soalrral, Canadian Ag������l*;...    ,  il������      _|.k������d by 8AK.IK BOMt * WYSMt CO., Wlaalptfl  Till* KATIOIUI. DMA * VtttMCkh CO.. ������l������nl|������������ * Ctt,  jar j i aad HEUDKUSO. BROS. ������*0������ 144.. Va������������������������������.  American  Speakers  and  writers  Say  We Must Get Reciprocity Now  or Give it up Forever;*  "Now or never"; is the slogan of  the Recijprocity protagonist in the  United States. President Taft expressed this belief in his famous  speech to tlie. New York newspapermen when lie suid: "The forces which  nre at work in England and in Canada to separate her by a Chinese wall  from tiie United States, and to mako  her part of an imperial commercial  band reaching' from' England around  the world to England ���������> again by a  system of preferential tariffs, will derive tin impetus from the rejection of  this treaty, and if we would have  reciprocity with all   the   advantages  earnestly and sincerely believe will  follow/its adoption, we must take it  up now, Or give it up forever," ,  Since President Taft has spoken  many others have" reiterated his  words. ���������, The Boston Commercial Bulletin declares:  ;..'.  "As Canada is undoubtedly destined to make as big ��������� industrial strides  in the future as in the past decade.  it is evident that with the lapse of  time she will become less and less  desirious of renewing negotiations  with the United States. The time,  therefore, has come for us to strike.  Shall we let the opportunity pass?"    .,  Commenting on this utterance The  American Economist, observes :���������  "This is another way of saying that  if we are going to cheat Canada in  a Free Trade reciprocity dicker we  had best do it .right now, because,  if we wait (.too long, Canada will get  her eyes open and refuse to be cheated. Is this fair or decent or is it  merely a demonstration of Yankee  smartness,** The Canadians are not  fools. They have developed" their industries under a Protective tariff and  now have an industrial future. The  time for us to strike passed long  ago." '  Going further west we find The  Minneapolis Journal echoing . Mr.  'Taft's New. York speech in this  fashion:���������   ..';'. ���������'������������������     V  "The Taft policy spells not only  North American commercial union,  but also the doom of the British imperialistic unity. Too late, provided  Congress acts, the. British are awakening to the value oh the prize they  so '.atuousTy^reyecfear " Too~~Trfflt'e7~.if"  "Congress.rises,to a level of this, perhaps the greatest piece of statesmanship effected by an, American President since Thomas Jefferson annexed  the West. ��������� Today England ; is our  best customer, and Canada our third  best.    But our foreign trade wanes,  The smitten man -(fervently)���������j  "Love you' darling? Why, before I;  met you, I .thought only of having a<  good time,in life."���������Puck. >:���������        I  The microscope   in   the   hands of ���������  experts    employed   by    the   .United,'  States Government has revealed the j  fact that a house fly sometimes car-!  ries thousands of disease germs attached to its hairy body.   The continuous use of "Wilson's Fly Pads will  prevent all danger of infection from  that source by .killing both the germs  and the flies.     ; !  "A fool and his money are soon part-  ed." "Yes, but you never call him a  fool-till-the money is gone."���������Toledo  Blade.  INTERNATIONAL COLIC REMEDY  SOLD OK A SPOT CASH GUARANTEE  Wa ..���������fund Your Money If Ik Ever Fill*.  COLIC MAY KILL YOUtTHOiSE or Cow within one  "hour unless you have this remedy ready for instant use.  Colic kills more horses than all other diseases com-  bined, and when you need a remedy you must have it  at once, for if you wait for a veterinary or make a trip  to town you may find the animal dead when you return.  If International Colic Remedy ever fails we will refund  your money. It is the only Colic Remedy ever sold on  such a strong guarantee. Put up in a regular drenching bottle,  SAVED  HIS  FILLY  St. Jovitk, Qvr, March jrd, 1911,  International Stock Food Co., Limited.  Gkntlkmbn,���������I am glad to sifty I ������*.ed Intwnaliona! Colic  Remedy on what seemed to be a hopeless case and saved a  ���������beMtlful filly-��������� ������!ie was cured in a few minutes.   (Signed) .CHARLES Sl\ AUBIN,  FRIO! 800. AMD ���������i.O������ PBR BOYTL__      FOR ML* ������Y DEALERS EVIRVWHBRB  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO.. Limited, TORONTO, CAN,  ":'    --*_i  * rT  Jt^AjVl  y *&r  i .$  ti_l"'  S  i ^3  psfPiM  I'M ]���������_���������  !!'    ^  1  I^Srl  1 L"**5  WEAK STOMACHS  MADEJTRONG  THROUGH    TONIC      TREATMENT  WITH   DR.   WILLIAMS'  PINK PILLS  After all has' beehSsaid. about indigestion und stomach trouble,athere is  only one way to get a real cure. The  stomach must be made strong enough  to do its own work. Indigestion disappears when the stomach has been  made strong enough to digest ordinary plain food. This ,��������� strength can  only., be..given the stomach through  the tonic ���������treatment supplied by Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills,' which enrich  the blood, strengthens the nerves and  thus enables the stomach tb perform  the duties which nature intended it  should. In .every neighborhood you  can find people who have been cured  of.indigestion or other stomach troubles afWr a fair use of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, and this is the best proof  that they are the one remedy;to successfully do this. Mr. D. B. McLean,  Sterling, N.S., says-.���������"For a couple  of years I suffered very much from  indigestion with most of the accompanying., painful symptoms. As a result I .became very much run down,  and as the medicines I tried did not  give me any relief I grew melancholy  and, unhappy, and felt as though my  constitution was breaking down,  Quite accidently my attention was  called, to Dr. Williams' -Pink Pills,  and I decided to try them, and I am  happy to say that they effected a  complete cure, and made my stomach as strong as ever it had been. ._��������� I  am glad to say a few words in praise  of the medicine that cured me, and  I hope niy experience will benefit  some other sufferer."  Enrich the, blood and , you banish  most of������������������ tlir^'vWjr-da'y^ailmerita-'of-  humanity, and you can enrich it  quickest and best by the. use of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. Sold, by all  medicine dealers or by mail at 50-  cents, a box or six boxes for $2.50  from The Dri Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  Old Gent���������" Ton my word, madam,  T should hardly have known you, you  have altered so much."  Lady~"For the better or for the  worse?"  Old Gent���������"Ah, madam, you could  not change for the better."���������Judge.  As a vcr-ide'do thero is no p.opar������i*l'������i'  that equals Mother Groves' Worm K.kir-  niinatnr. It has saved the lives of countless children.     . ,,  CURED IN ONE MONTH  If every woman who has Kidney or  Bladder trouble, coald go to Davis-  ville, Ont.. and talk to Mrs A. Simpson, they would do just as she did���������  ���������take GIN PILLS aisd cure themselves. "For 14 or 15 years I had  Kidney or Bladder, trouble, suffering  at times .intense pain. I doctored  continually but nothing gave me permanent relief until I was persuaded  to try Gin Pills. Within a couple of  days I received great relief, and after  taking one box was completely  cured." ; ,.  Mrs..'-A; Simpson.  Write National Drug & Chemical  Co. (Dept. N.U.), Toronto, for free  sample. 50 cents a,box, 6 boxes for  $2.50, at all dealers. ���������   ; :  The original  Qln Pills made by  National Drug nnd  Chemical Co. of  Canada Limited,  Toronto, are sold  only in this box.  RAPID GROWTH  The    Following    Figures * Show  Marvellous  Development of  Canada  Twenty-five years    ago    today  first tran3Con|jiient!il " train   of  icflk  the  policy 'of extending branch lines  wherever needed is still being vigorously pursued.  In one wny only baa the C.P.R. remained "as it was, '*nnd tliat is in  the retention, of the services of officials and employees. l It is practically manned today as it was a quarter of a century ago, with, of course,  the addition of many thousands required by, the expansion of tliQ( road.  The total number employed now  reaches 80,000 and these are stationed  in almost every civilized country on  the face of the earth. There whs no  pension fund in 1886, for none was  needed. Today there nre over 500 of  the old faithful workers on the pension roll, none of whom receive less  than ?20 a month���������ii positive contra-  diction of the proverbial saying,that  corporations have no souls.  All this show that the Canadian  Pacific is, ns stated, more than a.  transportation company in the generally accepted sense of the term. It  is an Empire builder and its name  will over be remembered as the  creator of Western Canada and a  fjreat developing factor wherever its  lines penetrate.  With and Without Geography  A little girl was well up in most of  her studies except geography. The  other day her teacher sent to her  mother to see that the girl studied  her lesson. The next few days showed no improvement, and tho teacher  asked whether sho had delivered the  note. .  "Yea, mn'nm," wns tho reply.  "What did your mother say?"  "She said that she didn't know  geography an' she ������ot married, an'  my nunt didn't know geography nnd  she got married, an' you know geography nnd you haven't got married."  the  the  Canadian Pacific Railway pulled out  from Montreal for the.Pacific Coast,  It was a memorable occasion,, marking the consummation of the greatest  work that Canada had ever undertaken. '-..' :- j  For a country with Jless than four  millions of people to build a railway  across the North American Continent  ���������the first, and still the only-'.actual  transcontinental line connecting the  two great oceansr-was a remarkable  achievement whose importance was  accentuated by the fact that for many  hundreds of miles its lines traversed  regions altogether unknown-r-where  men did not live���������around ",the rock-,  bound northern shores of Lake Superior, across the far western plains,  then "in utter solitude, and over Nature's majestic sky-scrapers in the  Canadian Rockies. f .  ;; No less wonderful has ��������� been ���������-; the  growth and expansion of . Cahajda's  great national highway during "the  intervening quarter' of a century. The  company did not merely remain a  common carrier���������it become more���������a  developer and.-, Empire builder���������and  so potent a factor in filling the wants  of others as well as the 'vast army  of travellers that both on land and  sea the C.P.R. today is *a :r_ameto  conjure with". ������ From comparatively  small beginnings, as seen ,by twentieth century eyes, it/has developed  into a world encircling institution  .with..magniTicent flects oj^ocean _ajid  inland waters���������an immigraflon,Jfgenr  cy that has peopled half a continent, even to furnishing ready-made  homes to the home seekers���������a forceful factor in the development of mines  and mining���������an inaugurator of huge  irrigation works where thousands are  employed in building its rolling  stock, has its own telegraph and express services that- reach everywhere,  and a chain of palatial . hotels, to  comfortably house those -who travel,  and it even employs Swiss guides to  pilot daring mountaineers to dizzy  ,h.ightn and runs sanitnriums and  summer resorts where the pleasure  seeker may holiday and the health  of the invalid..,bo restored. Its record fully justifies the name happily  Jtestowed upon it by an eminent  European- ��������� "Providence Incorporated." ; ��������� .  A few figures will give some idea  of the greatness of its growth :���������  Tho total earnings in 188G were n  little ovor .1*10.000,000, and the net  earnings less than $4,000,000, the surplus after deducting fixed chnrges being $653,444. This year's gross'enrn-  inga will prohnhly be over- $104,000.-  000 nnd the not eiirningsfnbout $.17,-  000,000. Tlio mileage thon was 4,651.  mileii; today it is. including controlled  lines, nbout 15,500 miles. The number of passengers then carried wns  l.SfKVN!)- and the tons -of freight aggregated 2,010,195. The approximate  figures for the past twelve-months  nro over 12,000,000 nnssengers, and  21,1150,000 tons of freight. A. comparison of tlie figures shows thnt rt eon-  sidornblo reduction in the rates has  taken place ,In 188G the n'vorngfl  i-nrhiiigH por pitfwmror per milo -wns  2,10 cents nnd freight averaged 1,10  opi)'!* per ton per milo. Today tlio  figures nro for piiHsongors 1.9.1 oi-nts  per milo and for freight 0,800' oeiits  nor ton per milo. A oompiiriHnn nf  tlio equipment then nml today shows  how tho company hns kept pace with  tho ronnii'oinentH of the trnilic*.���������  Taft's Tight Trousers  When President Tuft was seven  years old his mother bought him a  pair of short duck trousers. The first  time they, were washed" thev shrank  badly. The boy was fat, but ,his  mother wedged him into the trousers  against his protests. He went out to  piny, but in ������ few minutes returned.  '���������'.'. "Mamma," he, said, "I can't wear  these pants. They" are too tight.  Why, mamma, they are tighter than  my skin."   "    ���������     ."'.'-  "Oh, no they are not, Billy," returned his mother. "Nothing could  be tighter than your skin."  "Well, all the same, these pants  are, I can sit down in my skin, but I  can't in these pants."���������Knoxville  Sentinel. V  ", Edison's little daughter, when visiting a friend in the nursery, brought  with her a doll��������� fitted.- out' by her  father's magic with a phonographic  attachment;;which excited tlie wonder  of her less fortunate playfellow, who  exclaimed in amazement:  ' "Why, your doll can talk!"  The equally astonished reply of the  inventor's child was: "Why, don't all  dolls talk?"-Clark's Book Herald.  State of Ohio. City of Toledo, \iBi      "~"  Lucas County. /   '  Frank J*. Cheney makes oath that he ia  senior' partner of the flrnvof P. .1. Cheney  & Co., doing business in tlie City of To  ledo. County and State aforesaid, and  that, said firm will pay the sum of ONE  HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every  case, of Catarrh that cannot be cured by  the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.  FRANK J. CHENEY.,  ��������� fiworn  to  before  me  and  subscribed  in  my  presence,  this 6th day   of  December.  A. D., 1886.  A. W. GLEASON.  (Seal.) Notary Publie.  -^^all''siCa"tarrh~Cure_Js_taken_int_er_na.ll.y_  and: acts directly upon the blood and"  mucous snrfaons of the system. Send tor  testimonials, free.,  F. J. CHENEY 4 Co., Toledo. O.  Sold by all DruRpists, 75c.  Take   Itall's Family Pills.for constipation.  TBAT  Cured by Lydia E. PinkIiM_,f  Vegetable Compound  Morton's Gap, Kentucky.���������'-I rof.  fered two years with female disorders,  ���������"'���������"iiilii ^.,...|my health was Tery  *';". bad and I   had  a  (jconUnual backache  .-.which   was simply  awful.   I could aot  stand on my feet  Ion? enough to cook  a meal's victuals  without   my   back  nearly killing  me,  and I would have  such dragging son-  sations I could    hardly bear it.    I  lad soreness in each side, could not  stand tight clothing, and was irregular.  I was completely run down. On ad.  vice I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills and  am enjoying good health. It is now  more than two years and I have nob  had an ache or pain since I do all my.  own work, washing aud everything,  and never have the backache i.hy more.  I think your medicine is grand and I  praise it to all my neighbors. If you  think my testimony will help others  you may publish ft."���������Mrs. Ollib  Woodall, Morton's Gap, Kentucky.  Backache is a symptom of organic  weakness or derangement. If you  have backache don't neglect it. To  get permanent relielf you must reach  the root of the trouble. Nothing we  know of will do this so surely as Lydia  E. Pinkham's Compound, v  Write to Mrs. Pinkham, at  Lynn, Mass^ for special advice.  Your letter will be absolutely  Confidential, and the advice free.  AGENTS WANTED  Ambitious women for whole or part  time work in Western Canada.  Canada Viavi Company, Toronto.  WOMEN   WANTED  To take orders in spare time. No  experience necessary. Our lines  especially used by mothers and girls.  Apply: Women's Department, 229  Albert St., Ottawa, Ont.  When my brother was 4 years old,  my mother said to him, ������������������'"Ralph, how  did the mirror in your dresser get so  dirty?" "I guess I must have looked  in it when I had a. dirty face," said  Ralph.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper.  Nothing or Nobody  "You don't" get along very well with  your mother-in-law, I hear," said a  friend to a- young husband.  "No, I don't," answered the bridge-  groom; "Nobody can. Even the food  she eats,doesn't agree���������with her. Wheri  she comes into.the room everybody  shuts up. Tho other clay she got into  a, folding bed nnd the bed shut up."  Clean 8tomach, Olenr Mind,���������The stomach in the workshop of tho vital functions'  and when It Rota out of order the whole  HVHtom clogs In sympathy. The spirits  nag, tho mind droop, nnd work beronies  Impossible, The first, earo should bo to  restore healthful action of ,thu stomach  end the hest preparation for 'hat nnr-  poso Ib Parmeloo'fl Vn.etnhlo Pill.. Oon-  oral use for years has won them a lend-  in. place in medicine. A trial will attest  their value.  AGENTS  WANTED  '-"A'study-of-other-agency-propositions"  convinces us that none can equal  ours. You. will always regret it if  you don't apply for particulars to  Travellers' Department, 228 Albert  St., Ottawa, Ont.  REST AMD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  fM*s. Winslow's Soothiso Syrup lias be*������  ised for over SIXTY YBARS by MI_,_,IONS of  KOTHKKS for their ***:-IU*RKN WI"UI  TKKTH1NG, with PEWTr SUCCESS II  SOOTHKS the CHII.1>, SOI'lUNS the GWS  ALLAVS-all PAIN. CURKS WIND COUC, and  Is the best remedy for DIARKHCI-'A. It it ������_���������  ���������oliit.ly harmless. Be sure atid ask for "Mr*  Winslow's .Soothing Syrup," nnd take no other  kind.   Twenty-five centg a bottle  A Ptize Contest  Jtmnevy oC Canada  $3,600 in Cash Prizea for Farmers  R  MAD the condltloni  of tho Vrite Con-  teat we arc conducting for the farm-  pro of r*?������^4n     t tnn no  tn prl.ftg win hu award-  nd to <"n.������h "Province. The������ prl.oi will be dlvldod  Into four group., connlntlng of:  ��������� PBIRR "A"���������$100.00, t������ ha ������iv*n U* th* f*rm������r In ������ich  rrovini;* wfia will uis ilurlnit fllll Hit grnlrit numtmr of  harm*, of "CANADA" Cumint.   PltlJiK ,'ll"~-|10().0ii to hi  t\*m tu th������ farmur in ������*i'h I'rovlm** who n������������i "OA.VARa"  (ifini'iit 1nr in* girMtiki tru.uirf*   ������������������ y������������^������n������.    . U"';.v.   C  IliHi.nn  lo b* _lv������n to th* firmer in  tut-h  Provlnr* who  fiirnlitMl ui wllh th* photngriph ihowln-r th* but of _������y  kind ot work dono on liii ftrm during 1011  with "OANAOA" Onmont.   t'UIZK ''D"���������  ^inn.oo Id 1i������ ilvnn to ih* Itrmtr In mh  I'mvlni** who auhmit* th* lint and mmt  <ompli*t* dmffipilon ol how any par-  tlciiUr   |ii������r������  of   work   (������hown   by  photoirtph tint tn) wn don*.  Kvary farmer la Canada Is  tllulhlo, Ther������fori*. do not  to* d.tarred tram entir-  inir by any t������ollrnr that  you would have \Ma  clmncij aualtnit your  nolfrhbor. Por romom-  bor,   Prl������������   "C"   nnd  "in"   h^v*   rin   hcirlnif  whatavar upon  th������ quantity of comunt uiod.  An n matter of fno*., your luccoaa In thin con-  tcit will dopond to a ureal oxtont on your oaroful  reading of our HO-pajre book, "What the Farmer  Can Do With Coriflrot.."   In thl.1 book���������innt froa  on reaueat to any farmer, full Instruction*! aro  KiVfeu ha Vo tiiu  u*.*  ot  f.uii.uit,  _uu  pmua  for ovory kind of farm bulldlngj and farm  utility,   You'll loo tho n������������d of tlila book,  whether you are g-olnjf to try for a prlao  or not.    If you have not srot your  copy yet,   wrlto  for  It   to-nlxht.  Simply cut off the attached coupon���������or a pontcard will do-  ulirn   your   name wnd   ad-  drum   thereto   *n4   tnall  it to-nlffht.  Canada Cement Company, Limited  UONTUAL  ���������"**���������������������������#*������  188(1.  :i73  lllll.  1,029  r.oooniotlvoH   Fin*t and hi-cmuI cIm���������*������-*  |iiin������('iiUi'r curs nnd  eolonist ami   liflRPg"  mm    304       1,7f.7  Flrdt-elnHH slonpiiiR run!  diniiiK oarH  .......    47 .'111  Parlor, odleinl (irui pay-   ���������  innfttor earn     27 OH  Frt'ljjht nud kittle oiir.*������ BM)     W,m  Condiietrirs viuiH    178 880  Boardhifs, tool and auxiliary cars , ..    71       H.iW-i  ,i- Still mora tnarkml is IIto Incr^nni! in  Iho iniirinn di-partinont. In 1&% tlie  OI'.U. licet coiiHiHtf'd of two Htciim-  ors on tho Oront T.akoR. Today; it  u.i.5 IJ.fi.< .'.���������!��������� ninny "���������n<"ri" Tl" rod  nnd whi'o r-liffkfrod lioiiRf* fliiR floiitu  nvvr Hixtnon Atlnntic Iiiiidh, jour  l'ncilic Hiiith, twoiity-two .ti'iinu'M  on th^ Pacific Const norvioi\ (lv������" on  the Grent T-nkes Horvioc, twcnly-twn  on tlio inland wnto.ru of llritinh (}n-  J''-:!*,1''.',   "T)i]  iwr\  in  i\\i> fi>rrv  noTvioi*  on tho  Detroit) rivor���������a  lot.il of 71  voshoIh���������and thia nntnlior will l-n-in-  o.onsod by tho btiildlnt. of m*voral  now stonniKhipH for tho oconn Hi.'rvioo  and hy tho acquisition of the Dominion Atlnntic railway and its  sti-ummhip.*!.  Thero Hi-onm to ho no liiinlity to thu  compflny's*. work. In addition to tho  iiir(fi> oriifiinil ooi't of tlm inilwuy .null  oquipmont hundrods of million, of  dollar* have boon oxpt'iidod on im-  provomontu Mich n* douhlo trucking.  reduction of graden, curViM oliminat*  od, roplacinic wno.lon hrid������0H with  nt/'ol Htructuroi-, erecting tu;w Ktation*  und enlarging old one.*., etc., aud the  Agreed With Her  ."Johnnv," wild his toncher, "if  coal, ia Boiling at .$0 n ton nnd you pay  your di'iilor '$24 how many tons will  ho hriiiR you?"  "A littlo ovor throo tons, nin'ani,"  said Johnny promptly.  '-Why, Johnny, that isn't rluht,"  mud tho toaolior.  "No, ma'am,,I know it ain't," said  Johnny, "hut thoy jill do it."  Miiuird'n Liniment Co,, Limit ���������id.  Gont.,���������1 cured u viiluahlo huntini.  do������ of nimiKo with MINARD'S LINI-  MI'INT after hovoiiiI votorinarios had  trontod him without doin������ him any  portnuuoiit good.  Yours, ivo,,  WILFRID GAGNK.  Prop, of Grand (Vntral Ilotol, Drum-  nioudvillo, Auk- ;'. '������L  FOX & ROSS  Established 1887.  STOCK BROKERS  Members Standard Stock Exchange  MINING STOCKS BOUGHT & SOLO  Correspondence Invited  43 SCOTT STREET, TORONTO  AGENTS  Ono livo mnn in every town to  tako orders for Made-to-Moaaure  Clothing. Largest line of sample,  in Canada and host value. Good  Commissions, Fall Simples will bo  rendy on the lf>lh of July.  CROWN TAILORING CO., Ltd.,  Cnnadn's  Bost Tailors. Toronto.  If Ooorffo Ado in out nf n job tlio  noxt yonr or so, ho may onsily no-  ciulrn n position in tho "O'lbiwt," of  Gov, Woodrow Wilson of Now Jorsoy.  Mr M'i InoVa ba numb \))<o Mr. Wilson thnt whon holiday visitors, political dubs, iiini jtj'iii!.-*-. n-iif-tituidt.i  come iiroiind to sh-iko tho hand of tho  Gnvornor, ho could "lot Goomo do  it," nnd no ono would know him from  tho roal Roods,���������Chicago Tribune.  The TroTible With Him  Simmon wns ono dny arrested and  broiuint into the police court.  Snld thn justice: "What    Is    your  nnmo?' '  "Whnt is your nnmo?" demanded  the iiMtiee,  "Why B-s-s-s-s-s-���������"  "[ don't uudeiHtnuiI, Whnt di 1 j-')ii  tdnv your name is?"  "Why. my n-nnnio U S-s.s.������-s "  Tiirnini. to tho polioemiiu tho juv  tico .aid: "Hero, ofllcvr, what is this  mnn chiir(.od with?"  "FaWIi, your honor, and I think It*������f  nodywutucr."  GRAY HAIR  Dr. Tivmain's Natural Hair "Ro.torcr  will hriiiK your hair back to its origin,  nl color and keep it perfectly natural.  Two persons may uso from tho- same  bottle and Ihu hair of olio bocoiiu*  black and Iho othor blonde, just as  they wel'o in youth, ho it Ih not a  hair dye, Will not injure, the scnlp  and il is no trouble to apply. Price  $1.00, postage paid.  The Tremoln Supply Co.,  7 Maltlnnd St., Toronto,  Vofit���������"Why do you cull your cut  'Manuscript'?"   '  Tlao.kwritor���������"No inattor how often  or how far I send Iiini away, ho always, como?) buck,"--Judge.  Mrs. Noxtdoro���������"Why won't you lot  your Willie play bnsobnll with the  other boys?"  Mrs. Groone-~"A part of thn gnmo  is sto/tling biisos, nnd I'm afraid it  might have a hnd inlluonci*."���������Boston  Trnnsorlpt,  W. N. U��������� No. 163 ���������*S������E  m������i*a     nr'.^SS r^^r^-^^^-gKT^^.^ ���������^���������^v.^.r...__    ^  T_]u Oimtelawi Hivb  JNV.ief������   livery   Tuesday  by   the  Cone):.*   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company  Tliii* papor will not Ko-Ul  itsolf  - ���������{icftpun'siblo for the ojiiiiiun'*. of otli-  ���������ors, as ;nny appear i*ut* column**  ���������Jroin 'timo k> time.  TUESDAY, ''_yjgust.r22.ui um,  , WJ'-lOJb"* is h.vcby.yivea t\u.t UU dayo  l SttUx date J intend to a. ply t������ the _*uu.  Minister t^ I^and. for a lioeMje t������ prosiieot  for cqa} an$ jv. troleur,*, uudur tho U-mshon"  and uftiler tlijLW4Ur im the )*>_ad_ iu ami  opfto.itB Sa^Pjj-d Uiutriit and df^riht-d *n  follows}��������� Co.umM_.iiij. at,a \<i}*{ plantrd  ou tlie sen b.acli l(i .lujns nortl|. of tho  fioutheitpt ooyner -.{ I i> 78, Saywiyd JKs-  ���������riot, thenoe duo e s 80 chain ,, thence  due at-jut^ SjLH eliaiu^., Ihooca du<> \.������ est lio  ohaias mo*;, or Ipsa o l.i������h water Kftaik on  i-ea IiorcJi, ^       noitlnrly   ilonjf said  l>'"a(-h tu p)������ou of. cninninnu-ttH"int..  ��������� S, J: K^an .*__.������,.  ,'_, I'vuuut, a .eat.  l>.V'-t_ this 23 lli dav of Mai-.it, 1911.  Enjrliriii hrotfyM'S. H a.)<l IS.  ik-sirti cvntjuH'ius (iiiploYinent <>n  I'anii, Uunr-l, k������lg.i)i������ M\f\ suiull  yt*uitiiK'i*iUM)i). l\ Q. 1U>N $>*>%)  '."Saiuuino. tt. C>,  cy-"i*i"^rTi!T ''Tiff'"**-'/"*' *"  ���������*-*-  Firc.-Extingaisher; ���������  Kr.ergetic   representative    or  jigents wanted for the Universal  Kire Extinguisher.  An excellent  ."*.'f,(fU9r." Needed iu every house.  Apply to  'il. j ACQ BSEN COMPANY,  Yaticouyef, $,C.  LIQUOR  LICENCE AOT"  (.Section 49.).    v   .''  N,OT!CF. is, hereby given tlut, on the  22nd diy of July, 191',. application will  .be made to the Superintendent of Provincial. Police for ihe transfer yf the  license fiir the s.'ilt'of hqiici- by ret.-.il ��������� in  Mud upon the premises known as the  Tort Auj,--u-:i:i'Hotel, sity'ite ai Comox; in  Comox difJtricr, in the Province of British  Co|i:ni!"ii;i,  from   j  Joseph  13.  Hoimes, of  *".;,(! Cmiiiix. to John    C.   Clarence,   of  Northbftii I, in t!.e -".aid P.royinco. of  Bril-  'hC'olumbja.       JO,SEVM 13. Hoi.MKS,-'*'  Holder of lii-cnso.  ]0,KN C. CLAKKNCIv,  ���������    :, Applicant for trarasfpr.  N'otioeV  NO"!(')���������: i������lu'r������by given   th.it   iK). day.  *fi������r Ua 0 I ni'.oud to iipjj'y to  tho   Hoii^  .\ti.ii.-.t.������r of J^iud. f.'_ a li-ons*. t<> primped!  f-ii c ul mid lO'rolemn .mWthe (ttliowbi*..  do,(.ti;'>,.d Ihivda sit'iiUo in   *_njr������nid   Ub-  Iri.t, il ('."-Ci'inmc.i-c.iiijj *.i.������ pi.B- plant  od at tt*.i>uorthvH8t tumor if TiimIm. Lea el  No 47. 011  uni h nk nf   1 'iinn.bell   Uivor,  lh-m ������< due s- nth 77 515 chains t-._i..ir Ittu  t" tho si-uth -ml omu'.r   of  ^iid   'l.mlvr  Lmso N������ 1" aid (jaiuouii  I.i������.. 1* ludiai*  ItiHwrvi-, il-stuHjiluo wi.8lf30iihnii.il, tli.iioe  due weett'O cliiiu", thooe������  dnouuHi 80  chsiu--, theup* duo ia������t SOidninu to .laou o-  oxinrnMioeuiisai. ".  A1.VIUA..Tank1'i.ikiw,  E.-Prient, iinent.  f)*������������fod thin 213th day of Mm-ch. 11*11.'  NO TICK i, hiroby w���������n thut 30 <iu...  afUr datel intm.d tt. ippty 10 too H 11  '*1 in...tdr of 1.*-ii1m ipr a liot'i-Ki- .<> jji- in\>w. t  f-rc-ul ..n.l>������t_i.k'.iii under the following  d-a.iiV>etl l������ud'. situaje in ���������S������v-a������i-<1 1>;s-  Siic-t nud iieii.j/1).������ Can-pbtdl Kiv������>- Indian  _l--_i-ve: Oi,u.K.o'-.ci!i},������ al a )i__t ^itii-'c, ��������� 11  .h< biu*. of Cauiyb-ll River a:-d '.M-iiif* the  uorth -csii omuer nf i>_,iil H:..si.ivo; tiiouc*  duu south ���������"._ ehai.-iH n_.*ru m- lw������.k.. ii.e.  ������out,bwo������t.ont-ij������rnf ...id li-i__ivc: tbene.  d-ie ca-t 60 uli.vitj tut ������> a ch; In nci in)!-  theily and rut'l-wo-Urly .nloi.-j sea Uach  am Campb-ll ^iv.r t-p!i������i* i-f c'mn_ence  n.eut. K.  Pi<*B������ir,  Dr*U.l thi. 2.ih iUy r.f .\_������oh, H'll.  -_a:__."< Q-.'TI,:__>'*"!C-XX.'lfcJ^*LC*L,_^_^^^ *,-,  NOTIOK i* hor.-by ������iv������*n tint ai th*-  n'������-xk mi.-ictiufr of the B<.������id if Lioem-o I'oui-  mii.iovorH o' .ht City ol ������H':lb--r!ai ������1, 1  intend .-������ app, y fer a. rowewnl nf the Iv t-  e' li'PUbw hi.Id-by mo for 'he ('ninb.rland  HoW.1, Kilnnt'd onlovl, block <>, Cuiii..!-  lftBil To*n*-i'o. ;  WILLIAM MERIilFlKLi).  Dat<*d "--.is 1 .Mil i,lny ot May, JU1 !v  _^rOT..l_rc���������N0.;lvl.^^j^jrev^,y_p;|veni  Ibat o;i and afterlu.'.y"': t, 191., it shull  ���������be unlawful-ior. any'hnrse, cow, oittlf,  .ivi:*.e, shcci) or 5.oats to run at large or.  fced upon the publii. street?, lane, alle.v<-  pr iiufeiiccd lots or lands wiihiivtbe city  i'li.its, e\cept milch cows, wh\ch si.ab be.  allowed to run at l.u*|.e from ".even ivclock  in th. morning uniil eixlit o clock in ihe  afternoon of each day, Milch ("��������������� mu-i  be kept closed in from eajbt o'clock in  ihe afternoon until s(*ven o'clock in ilie  nvirninj,', .nd all bells removed from the  r-c-'i'--. at niylit. subject to'the protis'iHBSof  the Pound By-l.-iw,  Hy order of the City Cmincih  A. McKinnon, C..V1.C.  City Hi-ll, June 13th, 1911.  wmrmmmrtnra-mnMt.muMm.mi in i__ uii������MMr������ wuMmnmMimvm  10% BOND,S10%  An  Aitraclive  Offering  for a Short Term  Investment  Wc can o(Ter the conservative  Investor for a short while only  jin, opportunity of placing 'Jiin  sitr()ln18,"fiiti1(ls in a hio-h-class se-  uuvity Vii'invlng a rate o.f interest  ot tf-i 1 per cent.  1 *'���������.'!y i f.**.' of the* it C0nverti 1)1 e  I *vb'.--ii..:vc:. nf .1 jy.tv value oi oioo  i.'acli. ivail-'l'lc.  Dn nol o.'iinlt]'.* in sttK'ks,  sii.iies and othef jcinns of .sp<*t:n-  lniii n. bti1. IN V.'.'*iV'\vl)i re your  principal and intcrt-k is scoured.  Wwi'.'K for fui'tluT par'iculars  of this Hond issue wlii-'h ia par-  1 icnl.irly attractive: to invcs'.ois,  i'ronipt: ,*i,pplication ix necessary  as number is liinitcrtv  CILIDIAI! BMiUTES  UttlilD.  r\iT,   .  1  ....   ..-, .,',������..    -.,/it.v.C .  j.i0l Oorai/iiati  Building,  Vancouver, B, C.,  -^?i-<)-i;iUE.4���������������h*������.i*b*^gi*>ehHHtt-iitr--tho-  next m-ptinii ot tho IJoHiti, <f ���������L.o,.'iii-������;  0onj-������i8Hi'������*������*i-B of the Cilv ofr(ui',b-i-  lan.i, I inttt-'d tn npj'.ly for 11 ren.w--l ftti-.e  waolcwalo liquor licin,. h<������lj by- mo, fit,-  uati'i-* nu lot 12, block (3; "Cymberhin  Town <i to. ������������������  JOHN   MAUOCOHI  l)i\U<]. tji b lflth diy of May. 1911,  ICO Tl<JK U hereby give* tr,������t, ut -li ���������  ^oxt me������ting of the Uimrd of I.ieo -s-i 0 m  mifni������*iior*i nf ilio City of ( ninb-riiii'!. I  irtoml to 11 plr fir ,*. rono-val ol, tliu h>t  el 1 omirt* held by.mo ��������� \h<f, V.*,*v������rly  It') el. mUiHtixl .u hit 2, bloc* a, Ciimlvi  land To������iii>it������.  FRANK ..ALLOS  DnS.Ml 'ihin 15th day of Mi/, l()ll  'J  TfMit  ���������NOTl'H'f* horehy .;'ven fivwt i-t Ui*  imxt ii'isotiiitf ������f l-ho J^imrd. of Lio-.n r,r.  ComK������i_iiuiHi*"H of 1,h. Oj-y of (umber-  IhikI, t inton J to njnily. for u  roin*--1 o( Iho koUil iicn-e li'-ll  by ran  fer    1 p  '!-\V Elixhlrd  llfttol,   t>\\W.\I'll   Oil  tiie evi, Imlf q! !'*>,% ii bl.ck "., Ciiuui-i'*  land iV,u'i'i.it������*,  JAMBS WAbTKKS.  0**",(Hhin lij'h d������y of Mnv'; Iflii m  ���������t^nii^wiw^-��������� **i������i-HMf*������H ���������ni'T'iTJiiiirt-y r������-<i*w ���������*,*****'**���������'*'**>  M)TI'.i'Ki* hnr*by-.ivon tli't h' tho  rioxt 'Uivynu i-f tint Uimril ������f J.iu,���������: pnOnm  iiii*mi-uii-h of iliu i.'ily nf t'l'inuorlund, wo  inlord to npvily fur n renewal f tho h<i.>  11) liciji-o hul'l by uh fur tlm Vuml uno  Jbitel, Mlu-tt),' 01, lot ft l'l'.ck ,1, (,'nnibei-  hind ToisKhito.  WILSON k WtAMIJDlU.  l>.-t.r* tlilr I Mil di> of Mi.y, lilll.  t!U\'l 11 111 hHi-.by |',iv������i*i Hut ul ihu  u.'*i i.,������>li--/i( "f die IJeard of bim-umi Oont*  iiii--i-'.������l''bir'ho i'|.y i'f ('i|iil<irUnd. I  iutt'"d to ������i-|dy fur \ imiat-hl uf i*u whul'-  .._.U |if(/,������r WdiifWi Kola hy mi*, iinm.d un  t<������*i I.  bioiV.. 15, ('iimhniUiul t'liTimit'i.  OlALI ,VUSN,UTI.  Duty] ���������lux I5ih iJ-jr i'f .Uiu, CHI,  mm0������������m$m i^^mm^^^^  m-wr.,nwt.',~*f*^r'** wfi.ft r  viit>"JT*r,^M������-������u' **"������������������������  ,-M.t.li������wr.������IM������������'Ul  Hami liiiliiwWtiiili'M  rfHUUftlM-UaM  SPATES  Tlie TAILOK.  ���������������.- ������������* v*p*in*A.m**i.mm*a������.'Mm**i*m.-n  CLK AM NO, PRESSING  and ''KK PAIRING.     *  Im-iK-ttva' Vv'ork,  i\ i'i')UGieiliy������  '������������������*  fSP^B^-  KALIOD TIINDtatS n.ldi hoi. bi th  NU I'lUiJ u hnreliy given ih.t tt tli-i nnxt  *in-i"i.i.r of thn I'nH'il of l.io'n'e (Vnnniiv  Hiui.t* ������ 1 if til*. I.i������y of ('ii'iihoiiiniil, 1 i;i-  tnnd tn npid) fur 11 roiiiiiinl of din wli"li-*  (���������alBlKjni-ii liv-tiiiflo held by in , m.it'.U"'.!  on lot l*J, biiK.'lc 7, Ou-iiborlti'id T(.'V:,m!,m  I'KANIv *SI'AV,\UI.)0,  DftUd U.in Iflth ihy of Mny, I'Jil  .1     i'. ;K !������������������ Iiun liy ni-'������.ii m it   'M   ilii)i  ;i. ii-11.. 11 I  nti tid H' 'd't'l.   f>*   '���������I"'  It n-  : ���������   r.-i.i   ,,;.jji nd .iiiiiof id   Liu in  uu.|  ' <i f in.'-ii  lionii'ii in   |)rir'|i������ot   fiir cohI  .������������������ 1: I ;.iin������'"iiiii iivdurilii1 foll'iwinc d.-iierib-  . i I'i'v-.y f.i.nutn   in MiH'i'iir.l Dittiint, IU",  --< '.��������� ,.,.i .iii'iy hk 11  \i.n\ idinted nt   the  .'.   of. T' ������������������'...��������� !,rri'... :������.'���������., |n  . / ,Mi T.i    ''iiimii, il,-ui ti  iiini  -   1 .'���������'! 1,1 .,1 .(*  tlu.iH'1' iil,. north "0 I'hi'.iiiii  ���������."-���������ii ��������� r if** ; 1 tin* n.**rtli boiiiidiny of mild  !  i',"ir lv(. 0 N". -IH, ihC'l't? d*A<i V.m.t,  I'll  f- ,',i  < ('������ |il*>)' uf mill. .   icuiinjiit,  ;   AKIA ,1amE  ���������Yli.'U,  Fi, VriatX, HKunt,  filled, Uii������ 'i-HtU day nf ^1.^ lt/l I,  Hid It 1. in hnii'ty uivon that nt tbo  n������xt nii,������titiu of 'ho Hini'l of hlco'ifA  (JoWuiiiiiirlii'iM of Iho City ol Uiiinber.  hunt.  1 liitf������nd to ii[)|ilv (ot 11 reiuwal of  II,,.  ���������.),,, If,,. I,.   'I,.l|iw   )!,!,.���������,.!,,   1..... I  Im.  ... .,  HtuiitjiOl ni  lot y, block 7, Oii;i,biiil*ml  Tdwiil'iie.  VIOrOR ll'WOKA.  Dated tliin I nth day of May, luil  UKTlillNG KlUm mNIN'KSS  S.'il.K, ' 'ow-ihtim,- of ;;*.'if|,- jiim.*.  lu'Mfffi, .slcp hiihl'-i.-. iV   fit',  II. .I.Tii.ji I in id  HI*.;.  SAVWAHD LAND mmuCT.  Difiti'iel of .Snyi-i-n'.  T \KV, notoe *hii' dciorni" Udoniter Ui-  iiini.t-n, of **'*iii'nuv v, H,iv,  inrioluinio,  llll-lliU t.r) lip   I ' '()    |������M'i',|i*i'i|i tll| lirullftHO  ilii* f'linwini;'iit'hii'iiifii' IiiihIm:--  1 ii-nn'itoi -j it. 11 ')'*���������������'' )<li"ti,".l n.t tho  SMnhwont out'ii"' uf lot i*i,V_i Ihonii" north  *<0 chxiiH. tb������ i> ���������<������ '.vu-t "il Iiuimi, thniKiO  'i"Uth fill tlmiiiH, th"'!!"** o.������.������! "ii nliiiiu'., to  |ioii ( (if t*on'ni.'it)t iiu'iit, co'tniiiii'xOOO  iieipn, nit" 11 0  Hia,  (iKillllll*. hKK'ltfrKII   tllMIMUTilS,  >U'ii������rl< iifiV 0. fi'.iiti., ni/'Ut.  l'rdct Mn eh'.l 1.   r.lll  SVVWAIIIJ LANK  DI-iTUim'  Diutri.t of Saj*w*nl.  TAb'K NOTICK trill'. Patrick WlllUm  I,P lie t/'illi'lt, if ViniitiHiv r, 11,0., I������w  uhflt, i ti'iulH lo np|iiy for *'i rmiU'inii. 0  |,iiM.'hiHi thn Mlii'iii.tf do mi ������ l l-.ni..*-.  f' in ii' lii-ini,' nt 11 im-l filnidi"! m 'hi  rniil.hu ������>t< eoinorfif I'd W'Jj ijim en ciihI KO  I'inill;-, 'll'-IH'" ll'Uth C't vhuiim, tluiiCO  wiifit 't'l eliaiiii, ilirt, uo *.(iuih  1(1 oluiirH,  *******  m*a <���������������������������*��������� a^ftmmtjfw  ��������� ������������������*��������� *'**��������� **���������**+*>  itlieno' woit 40 eliidiiH,  ������mo.k'������> no tb S')  ; ell i'iH tn pllti't* of lOiiiinontfi'moiit, (Viatdli  , j.,|j; ri70n"lVH. HI"''"'I'li'm,  An Ac! in the   News,    i,.vnii<*KU*I.,i.,iMi.i.sl,���������:ai..N,  .{���������*'*'������ H������. ry Ohuinut, immt.,  pays.   Try it.  ii|iil'i'i(.!i"il, 'lid  eiiloi'i'il  "Tilld'i  fur     I'lihlif    Hnii   in;.-.      1 V.l'l .��������� *, il 0.  will be K-ui'ived mil: 'l.O1- 1', \1��������� Muiidft  ,  Inly _4, I'.MI, fin* tli-i u.iiiMti'uo 1 ��������� 1 of n  I'ulillc H111l.il.-ir n   Iti-v-d'tii'..!', H.O.  I'iniiB,' nijculiMiitiou mil f nu of eon-  tr-al omi bo niu-ii nud lunn.nl Uudui'(ill  niii'd ul Uw nllli'eo' .Mr, Win IUm,i. iKiii.,  Kivuhnt A c i roi, Siu oriii, Il.t.'., .4 the  I'uxl   Dllii'ii,   JiVi'l*.. Itu     lluil   At t.i 11 a  0i;-  [iiuliuoii:,  I'-ikoiiH tiU'ilti i.i-- ii-e initilli'iVUiii' tuml  en villi un Im cuiiniii"ifil tiniO'H niiido on  ilir p iiitod >u nn Hlli'i'llti'1, it d, NiK'iiuii  vv tit ilnii ,'(���������!,. ul dun' tirm; Mliit'iiK tiiiu  I) iili|Mliii||H .11 ii }< iiOl'������ II'   I", "i'il'llOU,       111  Hi'i onu of linn 1. th iiii'iinl *ijriiiiiii'-������, tin*  ii'iuni nf tlio ��������� oiuyfiii 11 nml |i!ini"i������l' runi-  de o_' fukvh iiiiiu.oT of tint nriu ii.ij.tliu  i'Viii,  l',.M) 1 ti'inbr lull<t I'd It 11 '"111'Knioi! by (in  <eoii|iU'i.l ul*C!<|ttu ,*���������, it elnrturnl l--iik, |ui)-  nliln    tu   til- Onl'H ul ti'ti   Ituiuuir.l.ln tilt;  Ml im-r i,f t'lili'l'i W n,", oiju'l *<��������� <���������������a \> t  ant (IU |i,e.) f I. 0 ���������mount ul thu Uiiiiltl,  wlliin wdl im foiluiu'd II 'lv I'Oiiiiri tun, ���������  uciuuf ncil'iio 10 o.ler illJi-iiLonlr.-utwIioi,  ritl _'l i'|i'li tu ilo in, 0, [ill t<i dolilflute  t . i'i . c sri-iv, '.e ! ii)i*. If ti e t���������* di'r ,-.  lint itM'ejit.'d 'lie i" r-iju-i will <i������ vet, tin il,  Tiiti lJ������|jftr,iiitiiit, uni n ma iiiad iimn to  nu'i'i.l ihu liiwctt 11 .10) toiiilii.  liy oivtT, ,  U. C. UESHI'LMIKIUI,  Dipunm-nt nt Puhhu Wuilni,  .Ot.uwii, .fiim.V'9, Mill.  NtwHiJipiiin will nut hu |������:iid fur ihU ml  HAY .V.A151) LAND DIST  KIT  l)i**'.rict nf Suvwiird.  TAK10 NOT1CI0 thn WiHinm  di Iwt'll. of 1 iinnrk; 'Out , ininiiu'  iiinn, ii,t''inl*" '.n apply fur permi*  i-ioii to puroliai-e t: 0 -fiiiluwiiin d_-  :?tci bud luiide:���������Ci'iiii.HOiicii'������ nt w  po*-'* pin tiled ul ilK'niirU'Wi-ctiiiriin*  of hut 490. Oiiri'injiM'iu Buv, Say*  ��������������� 11 nl District, tlii'iici' full luiiiii- ilu-  nurili boiiiidni'v nf 0 *11)0 i\������i������t0"*l;.  fur -10 cliaiiiH. tiioncn nnrih '20  iihiiin*', tlm 100 we-' in thei-liO'i! I'iH'  iliqni'H boh li** lintel ly m d fn lnuinu  ll'Or-liuro line in .In.' point  of "������'������''���������  ILl'llll'lllOfll, ('Olllllllllli*,' It-HH limn 80  lUTf". WI bid AM  t'AbllWKI.I,,  .J 110,   ,MlMl*!OII,li|.UIIl  Ou'wl l*?eb. 28tli, 1011,  iSAVWAUO LAN.'.) DCS'IUJUT,  TMntriot nf i**iiywiiri|.  TAKK nctii"** that sinnoy Ili'iiHinnii, <d  V'autonviir. 1) ('., ircdtrtnio, in'i'iidi t"  iipldy for |ioriii:HHiuii t'lairoliimo il.ufol.  lowing di'iKJ-ihcd InmlH! ���������-  OiiiiiiiuniiiliiK nt ��������� ))oi-L idii'tt-il nt tho  HonthwcNt eornei* of lot A������t-; thenou unutli  80 oliniiiH, thonco wul 60 ohain-, th imc  iin'th t-iO uliniim, tliuno'i oi"t t-io ohii'ii', t  |)IU('-I  if  (! JIIIIIOIH!- Illlll     Clllllllilllll)-    lijtl  Moron, mnru or If*".  SlIlNKV IllMHM.lN",  ltobiirti llonry (hii-uniit, ui/o-1,  Dtt'il Mnv.diflth. Mill  1   HAYWAUli LAND DlNTbli;'!!.  IJ utriot of. ivy ward.  TA.KBNOI'rOK.tlMi A ai��������� r   lt.������.**|i d  Hi"t, iif Viiii;, uvi'i* ll.C ii->i'S|'iir 11^"-1,  i ton-'Hto iijiuly. f.i iiM-iiiiHciun loji r.ui-.i y  tlm f-llo\vi;i!' iH*i',;nh'il IMm-ik*--'< ������*i">ii*<" c-  i-iU 11 11 1 i������"t I'lanuii) nt the ���������������������������iilbi-u-4 ' or-  u.r nt lo-oK>, ii,, .It ��������� ii"ith   bii.-.)iliii.v of  1 '��������� fil7, IhoiiO'.* im In Bl) uliau-iK.   tJ'iiKio  en<    Toi'li'ii"   Un liiii   a ��������� r,h HU ulii-ii-*,  lliu (i I'1 on 7i11'liieun In p" i.l of ttiiiniiii-tii'O  iiii.-nt,'Coiii������iiii"V (loo * or if, niui'ii <-r- lew.-'.  All'l'llllll Kowxanii '���������������������������KNT,  U.iliurt, II 'iil'y Client an V. Kaon \  Datml-Mure. 7th, Mill,  ���������     .������.--��������������������������� ..... w.       vrvy,  SAYWAKD LAND DISTKiCT,  ���������   Dial riot of S-.yvi.-nl  TAKK NCX'loK llinSiini'idlli'iiHWiiiu  uf Viiiico ver, 1.1,'',, in oil'  if, imciidii to  IIJIJilV li.'-' il'iUV-t-lli-i   0 llllHlllllH"  il.tl   tel  Io*-i j|(l,-Ki iho - Im il���������: ������������������(iniiiiiinun |r iin,  p, ill |i-m .u ' !.'t, till' HiHlt.li ��������� ������������������ft, eoi'iitiruf lot  i"i"lii! tlioiine|i>t MIO iiliilint, thui'ii" in V '.t  ���������JUolniiiJH! tlmiiui** \viv''7.'u'liii- h (iiifiro ii?  Iim.jlthi'iiiiii n r-.h'fl 0-.riiiiH, tliO'HH ������ist  Kil uhniiiK, t-M������ 0  iiiii'ili 35 uhnl.iH '(i j.oi t  Of tiullllfllMKI' IllClt, t'"l t.il'.hll' (I'd nu, IM,  niOl't! Ol' l(i H. SAMI'KI.  lll'.AHMlN,  Uohfit lUmry Ohimimt, nt.fi.it.  I).t,"il Maroh Kth. It'll.  'J*  -���������  SAYWARD LAND Dl.STIUOT.  District uf Sa.vwn-d.  TAKK niitico that NininUo   .liinoidi of  vinli'iiMiiit if thoy in i.rtit without until-  V.nioii'tver,   II. O., M|iiii������t������r, hitfiiirl. to  out,'. Ii-ni 1 in 1) ii.'i* nnitt.  %������*-*������*������������������ **)*���������***���������_*** ���������*" "i*** ������i-i^*������^ -w, *���������*���������* V''"'!'*  }V    YOU  PIUKTlNf.;  WANT    GOOD  GO    TO    THI.  NKVVS. ^VST-CIASSWORK  apply fer *)ci*wils"i|n-i to *i!ii'.l-iun tlio  fol  uwiiu (h'Sdi'ilikd IiiihIm; -  (.'"inin-iioini* at a 1'OHt \i|nntt������l nl thn  Si-,v.lhi<ant miriii'iri-f h't r������'17! thoncf north  (.IlfllliliO, tlltl  00   OBU    80   tllilllllH,  tllPIHH'  I'ojilh W) <ih������ini, tlioiiPi*. won; ift (.liaii 11  i 1 tlm p .hit nf coinmii comui.t, c.intiiii-  l,"i|. VlU) aoro" moro ur Iohh.  NlVKITI' JllSKI'll  Hobort Honry Oluntn it, tutmi,  ������������to������Ulw������iiT.������>tlW.V  SAYWAIil) LAND DI.STUIUT.  niotriet nf Suvwnrd.  TAKK rone- (Iim1, .'r.ncm l'.r i (,������.Ii������������ii,  wifn uf \V, K, 11rmn.-lin.iv, of V 1,1.1; tn\ \������ ;t  U,("., int'ii In ��������������� ai)|ily fur pi rin.inti. in.10  pii rob nan tho follinvin|{ (h'aoi'ili.d l.^bi���������  (MniiiuMii'iiur tt, itp.it. plnntt'd'Id vhcliiH  1     -,",  . . ���������,���������  thiuiOH oii't 120 oliiliia, t,at������ii.������ ������inilli   .|("������  ohsiim, tiioii'*- \v,i.i   120  thiihH.   thoi.co  north 40 ehaiiix tu point-1 f (vmniiiiio- me   ,  <3oiiliii|iiiiiU 'ISO 1101011, mon} or 1 h_.  Pka.vi'kh. lluomnrAM.  Ituli'i't ll.'iiry Clinjtmit, a^fiit  Uiltod M1.rnl1.th, 1011.  WOOA'B aftOfitfttttAOj,  The. Gvtnl Knullxh ltemtihn  liiiiiwnndlnvlflroriii.iM^wlii-lii  ,1101'vniw Hiruteiii, iimko, n uv  H.c -J t* Old Vtlin. Cur.-* .V ������-i>-  IV co <t pqrjnj'f Klxfiircl. One v,Ulj,!i;,-.,v.;,.;:;  willuuro. Sold bvr nil ilriiffui.u ur iiinllid in  plainI'lur.on wsoipt of nrfco. Alio j������/w- Uttli  mailt.lTrt������uyh*. 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Makes Your CAKES tight
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ORDE* FROM YOUJR
O criocER.
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e.w.cj:llettco..ltd.
Twontp, Cat
The Courtenay Hotel
Every uonvonienre for guests.
TheOontial Hotil for Sportsmen
Non. but the Best of Wine-tand  Liquors
at the I tar.
RATES
REASONABLE
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Nanaimo, B.C.
HERCULES Stump Pullers
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Walworth=Rolston Co. m
1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B*'"C.
usta
Kie Vancouver Daily Province.
To September 23,
We will mail The Daily' Province
till September. 23 to any address
in Canada outside the city of Vancouver, for 25��.
General Elections! September 21
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and follow intelligently the moves of cacl. party.
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RUPERT LAND DISTRICT
District of ,R u port
TAKB noMo" tlmt Gaulii'cr Alexander l'nidv Sponcer i.f AIm'i.iI.
Gal., oociipotiop pluml-or, intend-*
to iijinly fur ������t-niii.-inri o piiit"ha.e
the follotvimr di-.ciilicil.l-iiid* : ���
Ooninviinrg :tt a poi-i piuiroil
abuiu 30 ciluiins west of ilu* -1 ��� n * 11
eu.t. corner of Scr'.ifin 24, Town-ddii
21, "htMice w��-f"t 80 chain*--, tk-uou
south 80 chain*", ihi-n-.e .<i'.:. 80
'cln'iiiii"..,'li<:'i.oe iicr'li tonurli -oc-e
ofoW'olf L'lW- ihi nee \v_!-:.i_y n'o i.
BOUtll   shore   .'O   \V(.s|*   f.r_'t    nl'  In.p,
thence .aftalong nm h shore -.ilmi*-,
40 nhaint*, tlii-hri- nor h !<> place o��
cotn.nicii'ce'ii*-iit, coiituinirtg _U0
acres moid or le:s
Sciileu on | o-- , G A.B.S.**- K.li.
corner;.
:(iAKlii\"KK   Al.EXANDl-:*. IJH.*-11Y
Si'EXC'l-'lt.
D.iii  C'nrk.  A.enl
Dated Do evil..-.- 14.li. I'iH).
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W^.TBR NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that, an
application, will be made under Part
V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to.ob-
u, . u' i.ju .��_ in .iu I. w>.o. i,t! <J ui ���>
Jlsrc-,
(n.) The name of. Company in full:
W.   11 i'f.', n O- l.'iery. Cc ,i,j. y. {)l.>mi eil
Tiv tic. i i   ill .j Viot.inu   MO.   ,
Th, oiji'tiil, li iv i!ii "0.1, "uliowim
n.oHiit iiil n;> $8.'<''l0-(*0(IO'iiivi'*ed into
r ���>. <���<.<�� 'In iff of {.100 on-.i:,(i fully |i--H)|i
'(If for, mining''purpofir.3) Free Miner's Certificate No;........... "
(b.) Tho name of lake, stroom or
Bonrco (if vnnrime'l, tho 'description
i.| P-intli'. n*u liner
(.(".) The point of diversion:    At- a
po(.'it,.-liOi*n til'. fV'u (Ml *>lK> t'l.ll'.leil.l*
Itivh- '',,.iniix Yi[ Ui-'--.
(d.) Tlio quantity of water applied
ifor (in cubic feet per socond):
tip.
(o.) Tho character ot tho proposed
wok-: Hiernti ;���*������'"���'���I' i��'''wr��orkn. �� "i
oipntrii* work*', uii(l;i,Kin a. il other moi*''-
j;iory nnd (viivi-niniiocH n*-otmtiiiry for *.�������� -
diio'lij. pnwir.
(f.) The !"TomlRC8 on which tho water, is to bo used- fdescribe same): On
(ir.iu.thn vioiiiit of tho Wal'iiitftnii 0 *���! 1 i
nryCoiuinv'- T/d. pi* ui'1'7 il'ul linlt
jinfM in C'pi'T D l-i"'.
(U.) Tlio purposes on which tho wn -
t"r in |,'i ' i,' n oil��� Hi'iifi'iiijiiy oli'olrK'l1',
nnil 'or litrli'. hoit, iiowiT,. oijurwtion <-f
ni'ii'i"'. "���.������������lift', ���*ndiii'Oi|iiii*rvi'f*l.,l!'U'lH
ntid i*iiii-rt!lv fur 'h om'ruliH 'full poworn
ttH.-l priyilogoa uf a pn *or oiiiiiimiiy umli'i*
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Any person ur persons, enttin��_,
rein..vino or tnl<in<i any lilmiks,
tiniliei* ur wood, of any di'^criptiodn
H'loi,oiii(r to tlm AVellin^tnii Col-
lii'i-y ('o'y,, or from or of I'tlio land
of the rtiiid Ooiiiimny. ov "aiuoiii*
tipping ruhb'sh of any'description
���iinywheru upon the c(-in[iaiiy's
laii.l-u*ill^!��'-pro.-^cci!tt*d'to--tlm-fiill
extent of tnii lawv- r
W.. It, COUI-SOX,
(-Jeiicral Aiaimivor,
"Welli'iirton C<'Uit!i*y ("o,y.
r:oTir"s.
Ridinji on loconiuiivus and rail
way cars of tlit* Union Colliery
Ccmipany 1-y any ,portion .if jit-r-
.lonij���^except 'i.injji.ow���i,. Htric.ily.
prplii!"*tfid. Etii'i'idy^j. r.'rt> mh-
mc U* ,.HniiM;Hitl for hIN.\vin��   nam*
Hv nider
W. L. COULSON,
General Mamurcr.
���"lOTlCE is hoitliy given Uiit nn the Hint
d*y of Dmiuiiilirr nixt tt\i.ilii.'aiiuii will Im
iimdii to llif Miipwi'in'.tmilnit, "��� Puiviiiuiul'
Polioo, Vioiorii, (ur tin* nn- *al of th*-. hu-
t'.il liami.n to anil I.iiiioi-h Dy rnthil i.i tho
h��t��\ Icno'vii an th. I'litt.An^iut' lit-l. i'4
uuteil ��t Goiii'K, R.l'. J. H ITolmiw
���Diin.il Oetoi'iT II   1011).
I��fc,�� !��*,������ �����*(��
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NOIMCIK TO TMK riI!5L!C.
U*>vin'n binlr, u ltir-io ��i.ichouso��ml iirll
H" Couru-nny, I will iu fiMiro Iseim o"
liiml n fitool< i f di '.iii'lK nf liny, Ordn,
nnd Feed hi kmed nut Uot rinos, A
H|)foiull,v will li*. mailii i'f ni lor oni,-,lied
fiH'd f*r lini'H m wliiim "'in nm o u *'VinK
of mi'i t!i<r" in t'n- eO't "ol fi'O 1. Oi'iUi n
��ivuii tlio'enniKUi or ly pli"im v��i 1 Ijh
proiniily IIMimI, Thai.Uhitf,vim fur >"iir
p*!,!'��� mi.>' In  ho i -Ml on] Mii'l'ijtiui; a umi
(!,-) If tho water in to bo ^���to^"'���"���*'*��� ��" s,,m,,,or '���'"��>l
power or mininu'    piirpowsa doocrlbo    '^ "rt."'' "      , ,
Iho pine, whoro tho water in to   bo ' ^""r"l"<���m>��]>
returned to somo natural channel,
nnd tho ditTnrenco In nltitud. between
point of    diversion nnd point of re
JK -14k JA��..._LWt JM-'dlll.     .   wCIWW_L"-"-A'-*lll
I..M- iJi.SI'lllOT
RUI'l.RT
' l)i.--,ri('i uf ll'ipe*i   ���*
TAKI*. imti e tlmt John Henry
Kerrii.n-i)'���Rieli.iidion, of V.-'ncou
ver, B. ....'��� i (������'ii|mtioii 8 oamh.ia'.
titewurd,, iii'.Hi.d*! ;o n:>|ily fin* }��-*���-
niiBBinn o I'liici'i-si* ihu f.i!lm*i i1.
de.cri el iuitii-: ���(.oi*.niie..c:i:iij. ;it
fi post.,'planted jthont. -.0 .cha.ni.
nocth.pt the ���������'iiih'iVi.Mt. con.cr of
Si ��tion"S, ToHn..liip 21, ihence west
iSO.gha'in'"*".-1ht*_ileej-iniUi,8U__.__i-,h_:.iiju*.
ltU I'EllT LAN D DkSTKICr
Disuiot, of Uuji.rt.
TAKEnotcfi r.iat Fn<lo._ Mne Liefon
of Vancouver, B. U.    ot'oupntion ;\Vidow,
i toml. io iipi*iy  for per i i.iiviu  t�� jmr-
fhiibf ilio .olinwi! a d s-c-ti'.-ti lai'd-: O iu
mi lioi'ifi nt ��t ii p ��t planted   iiLoui   o. i<
mile not rt.  and 40 olun> ti ia>i of ilieS. E.
corner of Socio" ���_, T wi��hip  8,   ihi-i...
ii'H-ili {.(Ju'iuii^, thenee iit_; 8Jj^ch,'i .9,
theuee tout'* Si> o I'liu-, -Uun><!5 west SO
cl'ftinK ui plww o oon nv.ncemunt, eontou
i]ii.r G10 acres, ui r. ��� r lii-s.
Scribed "ii j���� ' K^*'l.'* S.W, corn...
IS.s']��).iua Mai: Lkkson,
JL> ii t'l.ik, A^e t.
Dntid Deceml'Orllth, Ii>i0
KL'J'KUT LANi> i.L-TUIOr
Di**n os o1 Iti pert
TAKK } OTICK tln't A.lo'aido Ester
O-i-k 11-.wh, of I.roo'ifie.d N. Y���
married womiui. inteiulu to upply f' v per-
niistiiiiii to pniohise the followBiig d<-��irib-
ed luiKi.-:���C'liinii-nc nt" a.t a post jPiHUtid
dt ���wiit'iN'tut i'on et* of B' c'iou 11", Towu-
ihp 9, t.h.ii:*. m.rth 80 cimim,, tliuiiu<*
ditt SO clini*!**, ttii-nco t-outh 80 chuini*,
thence west 80 chiiua to place of con-mui-
'       -*N
mput contiiaiiig (540 iii're�� more or leu*.
Sfiilud on post. A.K.CJt'ii S.W. cor
Al)Kl.AIUI�� KSTKK .'I.AHK UllOWX.
Jiuti C'tark, Hgin*,
Dii'oil Dicemher l!)th. 1IU0.
ma��r*naruMxaam\m*!^^um*aammm*mmmw*ammmViamimm
RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT
Dit-trict of Rupert
TAKI*. notice that Kinhiuond
Chjirli*. Bish cf Vomouver, 13. C,
lirok* r iiiiendri lo apply fur per
mission ten purchase ihe fnlmwin^
described land.:- Con,mendo;. nt
a post planted at , j pi-si hetween
se ti ii 18k, Townrhip 9. and i.oct
ion 13, Townshi]) '20. thince weit 40
chain-, thence .uiilh 40 chain.,
thi-ii.. we.i.40 ciuiiii-, l hence .out h
S() ciiuir.--; tience i;n.t 40 chain.,
thence noi'h 40 cl.ain... il)**ii< e e��bt
40 chain.,'.!:( nee i orth iSO oliiiine to
Pi.-icoot' coniinen.einciit. conlaininp;
640 ecus in.,re or lw.
Sciihul nn post HCB'.i N E for.
.l'll'UMOND CllAUMC.   HlSH
Dan Clark, a^ent.
D.-Ued l).Tenib.-rl(J.h. 1910.
U I'KUT  LAKD  J)i-.'iRJCT
Dibiriiit of I\u|)t*rt
TAKK no'ice thai Rertrajn Jamep
T'lHkor of Vanc'iuvpr, K. C. <>ccit-
jjation Ex pro.�� _��iaiii!jr,.'r invendu to
to upplyfor peimi.-.ion to purcia.w
il.e f"dJ '.ing de.-erih.d 'JaiaU:--
Comn1 cinjf ai a posi plained
aTio 1 JO chains we_ of the s uth
pu comer of Section '24, T;.\\*u-
*"hin21, ihoi.ee vv...'. c{) cliiiiii.,
the ice iouiIi 80 i.i.��.n-, ti fiici! vasi
80 oh.-iin:-, li.uu-. ii<-. t*i HU .-'i-ii:-!--
to piaw . 1 <: .*i.:ii.".|. ��� n * - * -1 "*. w.)
tainiii^ ri40 lien.-.*- in,.c (r li.'--��
Scibed mi j o-i NJl* J  TV N'.i/
JiKTRTKAM J.UlhS  TA-KJ.H,
,, D-'ti Clark, a'jiant
Datod D^enil.fi- M*li,  If>i0.
O. H TARBELL  Jj
tf        ��*.��tM_,-w*<��v ��� **^..,<****m.*aa*
;�����' nmnmtvmamaawm
}liiGHGi_-U)Ey_0V_2ij
<f Ai.it. uii  iki'lCHUM   .U'lfciNoiLb f
��� ��� Sportsmens Goods. |
,1 General Hardware
'tl)t*i.ce'ea.t'8U cii���in*. thence* noifn
8().c.hain. to pi nee- ot conirrn-ncc
iiii-utcoiitaiiiiiig 040 acre. mon. o-
ji-88.
J..H K  It'sN E cornci.
John Hka'jiy  Ki*.uitiN..n liiuiAitn-.
CON.
Dan CI. rk, Avi-nt.
Dated Di'CHmher IGtli, 1910.
fy**rXtt^'M*'<tyy ���>*%-\an^*\>****fPimSt,fy
ammanm*****
1IVRUX CKAWKOUl).
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1   FAIRFIELD  I
*'"".-STORE Uf
KUPEKTLANDIil.Vi'KIi-T
Ln-.tiict <.f ltupe-t    ��
;   TAK3 "NO! I UK t|i.'t.UiiK-h ll'-iil.lmw.
of l.ui|.ont, Mori us,  i.-u jj-iuii,   i'li.ii'8
\'t apply tur p-riiiinrt'iH; t., piircltit;.c At*
followiiijf'ilew.'nlmii linn1*:���(Ji'iuui.iic n.
:-t II  Juikl plliii .il "2 in  I). \v-tt,.(if i:_ .-.]���*.
o-ii'iin-oi iSeod n 'Jt, 'nwiiKliip 'M, |..,��in.e
iiorth 40 i.li.i,,H. ih.nn.    <,��.( 8u t'li-,-,.M.
iiientf. fco idi 41) oli.ii.s,   .dimiiiw i*..i. .JSii
chtijit) i" place  of *L*'y'u:ui.neeui-.ut, coii-
uiui (.* Wu  nory�� ninii'ur |mii��,
-   Sorib'iiii oii"jioHi."'.'l IVh .**. I), omti .r,
Jam hi Uiui'.siu'A*;
t'n.*. CUik, agon,.
ItyU'd D-combi-r 1'Jtli, HjI-J.
llUPKlir LANDDl-fltlOT
Uiitiiet vf Kup.r;.
TAKK NOTIi f. tli.f Cu.trlea Ji-dwi-i
.Miller, i.f ii .'.iHtii. .,"*��� ,Y., lot ruii u iii-
i^r, I'.Kind'i t.n nppiv 'f"'i* perm nail ui I"
!nirc..*..ii m�� folio" i i/ ilu.ct-jli��.> i atnd-:
Ojui  o oil u nt a pimt  i'1'inlcd *2 ui'u��*
W'OBt O   tll-,.K   ".lll'lill-Ol S'L'tidl,'.M,'t .Wi:
,'liip:!��J.  tin-nee   'lit,  ��n olui.K, .tn- i-f
UHt M)    uliimi.,     I) MIO..I   .'vll.llbO   llllltint,,
tbOliyu Wit,t HI) .;li|iilii��,  11 i'Jims-i ot U ihlll-
" ceiii.ut  omail.ill',' ijl'l .nn.,,   mil nc
hns. ( iiai{|,i{i.i.Ii;us(��.n" .Mi.si.it
Sti* l��.iil un punt, (JJ .il 'k ������> '��� ti ii n.-i'
Dim Cl.ti'%, Au'oiit.
Dated D oiii'i-r )!��� Ii. I'*l'��
HU PORTLAND   DISTRICT
D:s'rict of   Rnijprt
TAKE no'ice that Ddla Brook.,
of    Vancitive'.    1*5     C,    Married
woiiimi, inicnd.-j to app'y   f r per-
mls^i���lll to pnrchc-e  tic fullowin<_
tl.fciii.Hl  l-inds:���Coiiinif-i.-cinti  at
-pu*.l_pliiiii��:d-iiUth't��� noriliwi't-t-i-or���
in.-r t.f  .".tcii'in    30,   Township   9.
thiMico ciU't SO chain-?, thence smith
80 c.ha-.n.. t  e.ce'v*--fn  W chhin.,
iliHiici* nur'.h'S I ulmiiiH io '.lu"_  of
o.iin lUMKieiufiit     contaii ii,1*,'     040
acrci'.nioro or less.
Scrilwd on Po'bt D 'Ii'. N, \V  cor.
Di;i,LA  llllOOK.*",
'   Dan Clark, Attunt.
1) itctU Dec mhorl Tilt, 1910.
��e;
U'JI'KUIIiANDDlSTKipr
Dliitiii-t'.f Ilu.. it.
j> |   TAKKIMTIi'K ti.nii-<i^o*l.lrMi8[**.
i ruoi)i.u Mill*i, ol v'iH.ii -uv .j*. I.,(J, in-, |i-
+*u.lmmm twmwmmtvm
tun At �� I'onvonlo'it plain* below \U*
Stougliton lr*H�� in tho vicinity mitlrt
J.rnwn River, Seutiiiiw 10 nml 14 Tp., t>.
Cnmqx DintHor. Tim pont of ir-tirnin
iti.ui* CUD f0"t lowor'nltitudo dioa tliO|i(iiut
of ill* Offinn.
(j,) Area of Crown ljind Intnntlod to
\\r> f%*��ri"tj* .�����<". '������y ���t���'''', prn'ro-i'ii**^ **'nrVn*
Nmo*.
(k.) This notice wob poatod on tlio
��ix-t>i-itli d*y <>f Ja'-oary, 1011, aul ip|.h-
Ciilliiu *||| li. ihhIj'o Uia ��a��iiaU'iOiiWV
on r,)i�� 'J'lr'l ilny nl Fuln'iiiiry, Mill
(I.) Give tlio names nnd addro��iuc��
of nny riparian proprietor*, or 11c-
���nno8 who or whono lnmlu nro llkuly
to bo iiflofitBtl hy tho proponed works,
elthor obovo or bolow tlio ontlot'.
W I in.tin i ollloiy i'ii!ii|i'ii,v Ud. I
Attnch    copy of n*ioli parts of tho]
Oompaiiy'o mcinuianil'.un uf au-wcSa*
tion ua nnthoriKr 'hu propoMd nppll-
*atr��o�� nnd workn
(Hlrrnat i o)
Wjii,i,ivoroN(?m,i,rKiiY
W, h. Coin.Hotr, Od'Iij al Maua-jar.
\,V vQ,��Jdr������) v wv��*:u��W>
UNrON S. S. CO., of B.C. Lul
NASAiMn-UxroK l'AV'��� Comox - ('ami-iikm.
Uivkii Hoi'tk.
Salli ,jj au iimIoi'-
Twin-Huu'WHi'imur ' OOW ICIIAX"
JjHiviH VaiittinvnrTliii mini (I p.ni.
Aiuvt Uni'ii  (lor (JiV'iili-ilunii^  I'riilaj*
t a' 1111:11 k
.}., v  xtVfto'X Friday iii'ininiii
Amu; CiUhuIhH 1 ��� 1 v��, t'liay n mil
ltlwrunij
ItV     <!oi*nnx   Friil.y 4 ,i  ii
" I'nnmJJay        "   -j    " **
�� Niinmliiio i-ii'liii^lit
J,''(ivch V'lntiiiiivor, Siitnrdnv M i in
Anivea N��nniino. Snlnniuy )"a)|ini
Arrived Union, ."-und iy tl a in
['or I'niiiii.-ii.iii 11
Arrh'c**! *'<)inv*:,   >uii''ny S a \\\
Ho ui'i.iii.,"*���
ly-nVCri t'trnxt. w�� IMltiy -t p in
I,,t,Vi'h Un*).. .Suinlity 5 pin
I,.'veil NA,i,'iiin,i>, Sunday innVrfht
[������iilij.ot io chmiK'd witl.ou'. i.tviu'l
���ij,', .1. JAt'K,   1'koi'. .��>
*>" ��,*��^��^^#-.'..��W   ..��)���   ... ��� 1*
*i)     A riue Assuruiifiit ol     <!.
%
aiiii'.*.nn,iu��iir,iiiio.il)i'.!��N.ipl". f.r |i*mmk
HJOn   O JJIl'l)  Imt* till*    I .lllJWI  K ili'.lll'.h.Hl
liatici���: -Un' in-ufii ,\i n i, [> <t pUii-iui mi<
mil. ou. o tl!"1 -orth mm imiiioi* o* 'motion IS, TliV .r.lli|i '.I, ll'Ollf'l ���,!��". K) I'litli .,,
llO'iti i 'in* Il 't*.' l.'iid'.-,   lllll CM   v.��.t   Hu
IlUl-KIiT LAND bl.SIKKjr
Dutrict of ltu-Wrt.
TAKE NOTICK  tlmt   Kiw.nl   D,ko,
���jf, Mii'i;iiiiiiiti,ri.> Y. i.n)c!iiii'.i,,ii) o dn to
a'pi'ly nn-  p��ru-.ii*��ion t ��� pU'Ciumo thu fol-
io*.i.-i*. ilu.*icri;!0,l liindm-C.ui-uiiiiiiii'j in
t p hi i-Uin-d tt   rniii.*..    *k��t   oi    tliu
Kuiitii c.int (������niiwr uC fSoi-n 24, l'ii��i>liip
���io, lifiuoi w��..t ��U olia;..,  ili.niM   itiulli
Hi. f-'iiiia-i,  tliuni-'O oist SO  uImiii., tiitiK-e
U',i'ili Ut! uli.L.H t, |iluc uf o.'iuuit-u-oinuut,
i;oiiv.\i iii, ti-tU..-run, i"n.-r,- or lou*.
S.itl (id on p"8t ED'�� N.H/uorner
KnvfAitu IivKii,
,,���.��������� Pun Uliirl<,..iieu*.
lutui ;*���.������-gm'W i9th, loio.
KUl'l;UTJ,ANl))LI,S���.lltiCl.,
Di.tiiotof Unpart.
TAIvKNOTLUinia.iTliomu��P"��id*riclt
t'uft.itr, of Viincouvii, n.O., telOKiaph
u|ii;i'-t-i,iiit.i)iiH to ��pi'ily for piiiniU-
hi in vti i uivli.'po tin' f'iiKwin-. deburibed
ni-idhj-C-'Wiimocinj} ��t u r��ml {lUiitnil at
Im iiordi wu.t oorin-i' ��� f S o I u, IH, I'oivn
iliipU tliuiiui Bnutli BO nliaina, tt'Htvto
���iuaI .ttOcli'iii*, '.bcncii nurh 80 oh-'iui-,
t.hu tin uru-t 80 -oi-.tii >a tn pu,�� "f iioi,.-
iiiOMt'c.ci)-., .o,itaiii ig ''40 inroH, luor.
��� ���i* Uh��.
."���tirihi-il on p> t 'I If r"��i N .VV  o rncr.
Tiioma.. L''riM)l'.UU*K I'ahkkii,
in i (.'liiiK, A|sUHm
l).\ ii I) "oni.'.r lOllt. I.IIO
���l*-t (W ���*%
i&sk'a tottoo Rw;^ CotrjjM>��ticl
,1|L��*n__r, Ti)0|m-��^ u'ti-rlre Tonl'*, 'tint
���DTlly     *r.h)    ������IftrtUUll   "M'Kltilb'
lUittBli* oi on ���*, htcli v-ODian oan
-   ������.^ ^-. riopaii.t.  fi. 1.1 In thriv" dtwrtxa
tYM***( of atrenntli-Nw, X, it t Ko. !*,
V'/    4.N lOitMrcKiutronote. M; sn, \
....'r%*        J    tnr irrv-.I.J rf,_A_. W. t_or  MK.
ar woi4
" prU>*
Til
���v? ..      /M    i ��,       ,. m"     110 >iti i D' il -in i:n*r.��,   win nn   v-.i   nn
ijj      llic Choicest Ciinclics,      (Hchnl.N, tliowfo mm*.!. 4*. .i.diiM*. .|.iuci.
I       lMttits nnd  Tobacco       <fr !"'.T""'!..,!0""'"1 W,,,,H "j * n"' "u'�� '
4*
Vancouver Ice Cmmi,
ft*
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41 Diinpimiir Avo,   Ciiiiiiii!i'lnnd t'<>
<' '>
si.jt.��ats>^-a.��J^&*'lJ."*.'*-v<��:��r��A.n^*--fv^
.-,*,*nmmmmr**.'*m
1110.1'   nl' ll'K'.
8oiiliiil on pin**" <'i(!l.M'�� H"��V cnr'ii r.
i.ii:oitoi* Ciii'Vi-i I.aii icgi'�� Mii.i.ku,
lllll (,'1:11*1,,  .Vullllt
Da'n.l Do t'lah-r *.*'���'hi 10It1	
HUPKliT l.AN'H DISTRICT.
/       >i.     yroe-Mfinpluo!.. Atlnryaa: TH8
tet��UMNWlfl&.TeMNT8,.(r. Uarmark/Wiaa��i^
,. H.������^���^���l��M-'��I'*'^���w4*-^���M��t-^i���^lf*Hh^
O
���r-r^-r^-r-r-r-r-rw^v-F-rv-F-rv^     Ar,.||lUaU    (.J    \  |l |l t'OII VI .-.   I i    V,,   I
)f |(>!i ��-**r, inlMi.tln tn m., Iv for ,-��*rii
iMHiiint nt l-liii-a.rt.
TAKK i.nlifotlnit llnry l^twn
Arcliihnl I ni Vitncouvi,-. It
In
?. DEMATIS
Dealer in
ALL KIN'DS OK
Fruit, fndy igar
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S U BSC R11J K FOR T11K N K \Y S
ONIiYONEWHUiUYKAU.
Cigarettes & Tobacco
z I5oijo;a J Mock,
|    ^UMIUiRLANI), IS.O.
Hinn, '����jtundiaHn Hit* lo.lnw'i''. de
rcrilnd lvnidn:���Cunnniocini.' at   *��
jio'. 'il-.n'toi ���! idniins north ni IC M
L.*'��oii"'h Hiutlnvcal c��irnf*r,   tlnMin*
north ���)() (di'tiin", ll.i-*n-*u  wn-t   40
elri'ii-*,   thoi'tt'   p.oviih   -IO t-hniin.
lliniiu: tMH, }U fli.iiiii*   lo   )>Utt/   of
c��>tiiin4*ii( ("���tiif.n*.'   vonuiniii};    itJiO
mien, nior or If-*-
Serihed on j* m H.l'.A.'f H.K. cor
H.VrtUY i'.vrn.-i .'i; ntiiAt.:,,    ^   i^
D.in CI i*k, .i^i-nt.
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RUPHRt LAND DISTRICT
District o( Itnp.ri
TAKE notice that Mavrneiiuv
LHleh of Vsviii'.nivH-, 15.C. o.eu.
|iatinii Salci-kdy, iiiii-nds to apply
for |)r'iini_'*ioM n> pui-.tiaMj the' following dc.cjibed l,u d.<: -
C'linnie .ci��� <u at :i piu>t jihuiled
at thi- north ^.-n corn-r of {.t?o"ion
34, ToiviiFdifi "20. r In ice *,vc;-i 80
oliniiif, il.ei-i-o Mi-iih SO ��� hiiinp,
thenee oa.i SO i-hain-, tin:nre Mirth.
80 ch'i'tis to pi.uf of ���joniui'-iict*-
mont, contniimiK (>���!() i��cr_s moro
or l.-s. ��
.Scribed on pi*..., M.L.'. N.E cor,
Makgukkite I.KITOHj
Dan   (.;i:*rk, Ajfcnt.
Dalcd Doom her 115th, l'JH).
""������a* t"ai*��#����mW ��*^�� ��ww i*-  uppa  m am m a* +*.
RUPEKT LAND  DISTR.lt:r
District, rf RnpPit
TAKK no'i.e tha- Kf.:*n Fisher
Spvnrer stf Al'incds, Ci'l., married-
wrnmn, ir.lot!<]*-. lo tipjdy for jior-
mi'--ioii io pnr< h:i.*-t- ill-. fulJowins;
depcrilu-d land*-:���
'('oiniii-'r.rin? at n po*-t. p'antcd
at iLe i-oiHli ivi-m criincr <*f Section
2 Town<hip 21,' tl.e*i.c-^ -.ni-t 80-
clitiinsi. tl.cnrc ""nth 80 elmim-v
'liei'0�� wen SO ('h-iin**, thence s-otilh
80 chains to jilm/e cf rcin.'iienoe-
nn'iit, cuniainiiii*. <i-'0 acre-: mote or-
IfSH,
Sor i-ccl on p.��wt ]_ F.FNS \V.ci:r,
Edna Fish Kit i-ri-.scr.u
Dim Ci"-'k. Agent,
-D-i toi-'-Di-H- m her-l (i'-hH 91 Or ���'	
���'      ' ~~- ���"��������� ���"���'' ' <   ��� --������������������ i   ������ ���-�����_,
IIUPKKT LAND DISTRICT
Diuttici of Rnpi.rt.
TAKK notiti* tlmi .Iiideo Ai-liliy
of Van.onver, ll.C ,inari I woman
intindj to apply *<ir pi-noi-sion to-
pu.clinrt* the fulJot\ii*f�� doicihed
iaiuh:: ���
Uonnnoi ciiit,' at .** pint plan'ed-
nt tin' son.h ea.**. cnriwr of Hi-ction
3, Township _���!, th'.T.oo 1101.U1 "?:(>
chairs, thoii'-c \v��-xt , 80 c.l;ni')8,
t! oiioro sonth 80 clut'cs," ihonr-e-
t*.-ie*', 80 <*Luiin- to plac. ol t.um
ni'-i'mtrioii!, contnin-iop (5.0 neres
iviorti or'lem;
Soril'wl on )i(j)��!t, Il.A.N S.E, cor.
IIaiiikio Af-imv
Dan Clark. A^'tint..
I>-itcd.D(!C'iTil.i>r Kith, 11)10.
 ,���,_ .���p.���-���..
1! U IMC RT LAND DIBTKKM'
���?' I'intiicti of Mm ort.
TAKK NOriCK t at l.ill in Sho..pnnl.'
'���f <until uvir. Il, (},. m^i'ritil wo-i nn. in-
Urn's tu rf'.yly fur |',i*niin;-,i -i Lo n^'Wimo,.
djn lollov.iij. d.iund'fd mn'h:-C liii/ien
Bll(.    III H (llivl jilHIlt.ii lit t.lu*   H'lltll     ((Hit
o ru.r 'i( S��'o',inn -I, To'ai.mIu'ji J\  tli#iicti
in rth tlil oliiiiiik,   tliMixi ���  wi ,if IW I'l-fiiiiH,
tlionot-H'-mMi SO oluiiiii,   di.iiri*   n-ht WV
ohdiait" il'ixi'ii <ouu)iouii.<"iniii<t,,1i!iiii��..
tai-.nv il-tD ii'-im. im r i or l*'*��*.
Kit-ii) tl nil [) Ot KS'-iM.K  i.iiiniir.
I.II,I,IAN "KKPrAKd,
I'.i'i Clirk, A-iu.it.
Oct, I DiHiniohor Kt.h, |f��,0.
l.UI'KllTI.ANDDl'-TUICr
DiHtriot of Hii[..i'l,
TAKK NOIUIF. Ilia*, Wi I am VVin'm.-n
''lu)|i|iiii!, . I' Vi'iico vor. P.O., .(uli-
linl n.d.'t'r, iiitn il- 11 "*|t|��ly f"f |ii'i-inin.
I'ifi't' I'lii) iiiii ilii' foi'i) ���iuj; iIiim'I'iIkiiI
Inud,! Ouui lom'iiiy a* n p ct ii'iiii'mI uuo
miln *',rH'. i.f tin '.init'iH.w' o Ttii'i* if Hi'-
linn "Jl, Tii-i-n,|ii|i Ul,   dnnii'-. i.i.t'Ii   I'ia
tt.d-iH,   tlUli<:��    VM'lt    i��)    li|i,'l'll|l,     UllI'MH.
UIU ||W) dilli-*, tlllllT,* L'rt,L  ',() .'luitlll  In
I'Imm o'   ranni*'i:��ini*iit, i-oiitdiliu (140
.or��.*, niori' i.r tt it
���.���iilii'd oi y .\ WW S'h 31 J., tun in*.
Wil.l.lVU WllHlAM .'''H-t''l'.'.HI
I'm t'Um, /K_it,
Dllt��.l l'l'(;cnil'l>l   J..'li'',    H��l'��.
"~""lu"!-T: uT l.i'n ii iTiN�� iFict
Pi'triut o* lill|'H',
TAKK NOTUTK lli..l "���Vdliam ItonU
rifdiTii lioi.nl \'.'iii'inivii 1.1;. mi n\Mn��-:utr
or-i i'i/hii*', iiili'n��!,< |. ii|iplv un iniiiii iiinti
to jtiipdiii'i* dn !' II wi u u' N(<ii;*.!iil <niid-:
Vm       tt,
01)
Ckk 0    \ ii'ilo 'ii-' nt Mi" ' i'i li\v wt t'urt" r ot ��*���������-.
.at* Q     [ Mull I*��, JtiWini i|i'A  ItuiiO'ii-aM, W'.i!ini.|H
O    It n-,'(-  iuii',n Ml  rliii    ,   llit-i.fi ���   M..1   Kil
^3 _*l       ��'li!lili--. <ll>'. !*��� i'��'i" It '-**l   hi  s  v�� I'lrfonl*
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onniiiii'iii* wim,   fin tiiiiiinj��   itpi    ,cr.M
iixiiii or liw.).
Srtiu. I m no.* n-iri'-  K V.*    f,��.;.'��.
W 11,1,1.01,K-wMiairti T.Hxr.i, ",,
lliu I'lir., A jo i��,
l),|t <* l�� <'.nili.r l!*'h.  I'.'lt).
urri-'itr land id.si'i.Kv.'
Diitdrt 1^ Ivi ml
TAKK KtVi'lCi*:   IImi   I1.1MI1  .Mmil-
tiou �����,     nl    V* .u. "���.��*.",,    li.  o,      ,rli<n
1'! ��k. iniwirt* V-i ��j.��'ly '�������� ivrmw.ii��>i \n
I i)U<i-ii< *�� 'he lul nn-1.if ���!��� iw.<iH il In H-: ���
j <*on niiniiiu it i jm it id'hii'int* l'*> im rih
t w09.fr.11nr cf f*��*tt  h M, Town-hij) 'jn.
j thi'i I'll ��iH,tli  !����)   I*  MiiB,    0)0 rff    t-IKt    SO
cluiiv ftiTC   north ****) lilmioiv   tli'iiit*
iv#',-   W��   I,  i   ������,,'<;   (!(���      ;''i     ,'.; :<l*r.y\>
f.ll' ���!.   i ���.���-�����!   ,1'(.;"!   :      >-,', I :,'.(.,<��� ,1     l,.|..��
v . . ...   I,, ���., .   ,* -A    - ...��   ��   1.     ., ,  l.*.t i>"t ,
t t'.v;.1',:..'. ,"'u .��i(iH>1(,
A   ': Dun (lark, A��r.ht.
JJ^    J U U-dUicrn.Ur U*,tU.   UiJO-
vW^V-H-tWm44HW^rWrVfc THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
amfeuM
.���4s the best, remedy
known for sunburn,
heat* rashes, eczema,
sore feet., stings and
���blisters,   A skin food!
JU Br*9*1tti and Start*.���tOf.
Explained
Phrenologist���" Dear me, your hump
of destructiveness is very liir^e'. Are
yon a soldier?""
Customer���"No, I'm a chauffeur!"
���Sydney Bulletin.
Spring Finds the
Human System
Loaded    With     Impurities,       Which
Cause Pains, Aches and Feel-
ings of Fatigue
When  the   Liver    and    Kidneys  Are
Overworked    and    Break Down
Get them Right by Using
dr; CHASE'S
KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS
In the spring the human system is
loaded with poisons which have accumulated as a result .of" artificial
winter life. There has been too
much .breathing of poisoned indoor
air, too little outdoor exercise, too
much eating of heavy indigestible
food, especially too much meat and
" too little fruit.
The liver and kidneys struggle to
overcome this condition, but the task
.. is too great ..for them and they get
sluggish and torpid, fail in their
work and often become diseased themselves.
' They must have help such as is
given them by the use of Dr. Chase's
Kidney-Liver Pills. There is no great
mystery of how these pills purify the
blood and take away the cause of
tired, spring feelings, .backaches,
headaches, bodily pains or derangements of the digestive system.
If the blood is to be purified the
liver and kidneys must do it. And
they will, if you awaken'their action
by using Dr.    Chase's,   Kidney-Liver
Pdls-      ���' .:.-'���'
It will not take long to get these
blood filters into working order if you
-__JS_e_ this treatment.   A few hours -Avill |
bring improvement~arul~you wiiriearrT
how  to keep  these    organs    healthy;
and active.    One pill a dose, 25c. a!
box, at all    dealers    or    Kdmanson,
Bates & Co.. Limited, Toronto. I
Political Leader���"How docs Bump1
stand?"
Henchman���"All right, I guess. He
belongs to the same political party as
we do."
Political Lender���"Confound it!
That's no sign. Is he with us or
against us?"-���Puck.
Teacher���"Why didn't the (love
br'"._.' back the, olive leaf the first
time?"    , -     ...     ���
Johnny ��� "Please, mum, 'cause
olives are an acquired taste,"���
Judge.
BLOOD CRYSTALS.
The Latest Scientific Discovery Causes
a Sensation.
"Blood Crystals" are the latest scientific   discovery,   likely   to   have   a
distinct   and    important   bearing   in
criminal''trials''of  the  future.    It is
now possible to state definitely.- thank*
to the crystallization process, to what
species of  living creature any  specimen of blood may belong; a full account of the marvels of this discovery ���'
is  contained   in  an   article  in   Pear.
son's Magazine, from which we quote:
"Probably .the    most   epoch-making
work   in   biology   since  the   time   of
Darwin.   That is how  scientific  men
in various \,arts of the world regard
the  newest  discovery   in   relation   to
blood.    With   as  much' certainty   as
you and .1 can say of a serie.* of color,
���'that   is,   while,   black,   blue, .red,
yellow,'and green'���it is now possible
to identify any number of specimens
as the blood c ' a man, a hor.se, a do...
a whale, a sheep,', a wolf, a fox, an
orang-outang, a baboon, a seal, a sea-
lion, etc., merely  by  considering the
crystals   which   the   coloring   matte!1
forms.    More���and   the  tact  is  pregnant  with meaning���it is possible to
si���  whether the blood is of a white
mnn or a negro. '
How the discovery affects our knowl
edge of natural history may b-> tola
in two sentences, ln the old method
of classifying animals according to,
their tribes, the bear was always
[laced in the same family as the dog,
the wolf, and the fox. By the new
method of comparing the blood crys
tals of these animals it has b.en
proved conclusively that the bear is
closely related to the'��� sea-lion, and
the seals, and is not related to the
dog, the 'wolf, or the fox. 1 have already stated that, by reason of the-"e
crystals it,is possible to distinguish
the blood of a negro so clearly from
that of the white man that the expert
could make no mistake one from the
other. The inference to be drawn from
this fact���and it is one which involves
no illogical optimism���is that expert*
will soon be able to distinguish the
olood of the American from that of the
Chinaman, the blood of the Italian
irom that of the Englishman, the blood
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The Stumper Stumped t
A political speaker, while making a
speech, paused in ,the midst of it and
exclaimed:    "Now,    gentlemen, what
do you think?" :
A man rose in, the assembly, and
with one eye partially closed, modestly, witli a strong Scotch brogue, replied:"! think, sir, "I. do, indeed, sir
���1 think if you and I were to stump
the country together we would tell
more lies than any other.two men in
the country, sir, and I'd not say a
word myself during the whole time,
sir!"
SAFETY  FOR CHILDREN
DURING  HOT WEATHER
of   the   German   from   that   of   the
Frenchman, and so on."
Daughters of
Mrs. Emmott
Built In a Day.
What probably constitutes a record
in the building of .churches has recently taken place at Preston, a small
town in t'.ie West of Australia. From
foundation to weathercock the whole
building  was   completed    in   sixteen
hours.
i.t six o'clock on the Saturday
morning all that had been done wa-
to set in the ground the four corner
blocks on which the building was to
_s_Und._____^y_i_seyeri ��� ojclock sixty-five
carpenters were hard at wof^""Shortly after half-past ten the' floor was
laid, and the four frames of the building were being hoisted into position.
Now the skeleton of the church���G6 1-2
feet long and 31 feet wide���was stand-
in. on the blocks.
Meantime dozens of painters ��� were
busy, and other helpers gathered from
all parts were working with might
and main to complete the outside,
which was done during the afternoon.
All the forces were then concentrated
on the inside. By ten o'clock tha
seats had been installed, the matting
laid, the platform and vestries carpeted, tlie preacher's desk put in, and
gas and  water laid on.
Midnight on Saturday saw tho
church, capable of holding,300 people,
fully complete, and on the following
day three services wero held there.,at
each of which tho "record" church'
���Aa.. crowded to overflowing. -..,
Rasp Got tho Pig.
Surely one of tho hardest tests of a
sheep dog is to be put in charge of a
pig., That, according to one of the
contributors to "Shepherds of Britain," is what happened to Rasp, a
famous Midlothian collie. The owner
found ou his return, homo ono day
that the pig had escaped and sent tho
dog to fetch it. "So off went' Rasp
in quest of what proved one of th'?
most stubborn of the members of the
bucolic family she over..Pifcounterod.
Having been absent about twenty-five
minutes, she at last appeared with u
few sheep in front of her, Hut in
the centre of the sheen was the pig,
experience having tuugiit. her that tho
little rebel could not. be driven alone,"
Every mother knows; or should
know, the danger her baby runs during the hot summer months. Summer, compluints come quickly and
develop so rapidly that often before
the' mother realizes her baby is ill he
is beyond all help. Every mother of
small children should" keep a box, of
Baby's ?Twn Tablets in the house.
A Tablet now and then will keep
baby's bowels working regularly and
his little stomach sweet���this is the
secret of keeping baby healthy and
of warding off cholera infantum,
diarrhoea; dysentery and all other
dreaded summer complaints. , The
Tablets are guaranteed free from all
injurious drugs and may be given to
the newborn babe with perfect safety.
They are sold by all medicine dealeiS
or by mail,at 25 cents a box from
The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockville, Ont.
Any woman who carries a parasol
smaller than the hats she wears is
too much given to exaggeration.
Kcgarded as one of tho most potent
compounds ever introduced with which
to combat all summer complaints and
inlliunmation of the 'bowels. Dr. J, D.
Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial has won to
itself a reputation that no other cordial
for the purpose Can aspire to., Tor young
or old suffering from these complaints
=it is the best medicine .that can he procured. ���
Couldn't Get In
Two Irishman who had just landed
in this country had become accustomed to sleeping in a hammock on ship-
hoard, but they had had nothing to
prepare them, for a sleeping-car experience. They had a ��� section, and
after some difficulty Mike managed to
get into the ..upper berth. ��� After a
while he leaned over and called- to
Pat below; ...
"Say, Pat,'air ye in bed yet?"
"No," said Pat; "Oi've got me
clothes off, but Oi can't git meself
into this hummick."
He and She
He sang to her:
When I uni dead you'll find it hard,
Said lie,
To ever find another man
hike me.
And then she sang to him:
What makes you think, as I suppose
��� You do, '
I'd ever want another man
Like, you?
Went Him One Better
Andrew's grandmother had been
telling him Bible stories, his favorite
being that of Daniel in the lion's den.
At the age of four he was taken to a
circus for the first: time. . When the
lion tinher put his head into -the
lion's mouth Andrew's excitement
knew no bounds.
"Jumping up and clown he gleefully
screamed: "Gee, that knocks the spots
off Daniel!"
THIS WILL 3STEREST YOU
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the most perfect " Strike AnywhbrK "
matches made, that are Sapi?,
Sure,
and Silent, \
are sold in boxes, averaging | 000  matches to the box,
for 10 cents a box.
You can't afford to pass this by.
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The Point of View
"I read yesterday that Colonel Tam-
ale of the insurrectos was shot in the
back."
"I was afraid that would happen to
him. I read a statement in a newspaper the other- day which said:���
'Colonel Tnmale back to tlie front.' "
���Houston Post.
"Who gave ye th,' black eye, Jim?"
"Nobody  give  it  t*. me;  I  had t'
fight fer it."���Life. ������'���'��� -
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Miss Antique���"I don't believe you
couldHell my age."
Miss Caustique���"I ..could, but I
wouldn't be so mean."���Philadelphia
Record. . '
Helping Dad.
.'Johnny���"Papa, would you be glad
if I saved'a dollar for you?
Papa���"Certainly, my son.'\
Johnny���"Well, I saved it for you
nil  right.   You  said  if I brought a,
.first-class report from my teacher this j
week you would give me a dollar, and |
I didn't bring it."���Red Hen. >
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.If we. were charged so much a head
for sunsets, or "if God sent round a>
drum before the hawthorn came in
flower, what a .work we should make
nbout    their"   beauty .���Robert   Louis
Stevenson.
Alimony is a pension paid to those
who have been disabled on the domestic field of battle.���Life.
If you are satisfied to remain poor,
the world will see that you do.
No matter how deep-rooted tho corn or
wart may be, it must yield to Holloway's
Corn Cure if used as directed.
Ill'his own case every man looks
upon cowardice as discretion..
^\*ilson-*s--PlyrPad8r���the--hest--of~all-
fly killers, kill both, the flies and the
disease 'germs.   '
vAri'ounce of intuition may be better
than'.'a pound of tuition.
The First Step
"I hear your son is going to be a
musician. What professor have you
got for him?"     ��
"We haven't got any teacher as
yet. For the present we are just
letting his hair grow."���Judge.
Minard's  Liniment Cures Colds,  Etc.
Belle���"What a cramped hand
Peggy writes, doesn't she?"
Beulah���"Yes; you see she Writes
nearly all her letters in her flat."���
Yonkers Statesman.
"Woll over four yearn ago my two
little girls were taken with a iln'wl-
fill sculp trouble tlmt. the iIocUh-h
culled  I'iii.worin,    They all ended
the���  IloMhilnl  as  out-imtli'iiU
for n year. I hurl lo apply their,
ointment, with a liiiihh, giving tlio
children frightful pain. I also Iind
to have their iu'iiiU filiavi'il every
two week*, but, they cot no better
|indnr tho trn-itriinnt. Vhoy used to
try with tbo tormenting Itchlm*.
(.nil tlmir IioikIh wore covered with
a thick aourf and dandruff,
to
"About a year ago I determined
w try tlio Cut'emu Itoniedii-M. I
used plenty of ("utlourn Knap and
applied tho Cuticiirn Ointment. I
used onlv about throe, cakcn of
Cuticura Soap and three boxen of
Cuticura Olid merit nnd Ihev wero
cured, Thoir tintr is growing long
nnd nice iignin. They had hocomo
ao 111 after their threo yearn of mif-
ferlng that. I had to send onoawny
to. a convalowcentH' homo a. noon
r.�� nV\A wnn furfii hut. nnw bIio Im
homo, well nnrl ntroru(, My yoiini-er
l_iri iiit-i .'tliat ifi-tit hhAhmA )i)iii<
montlm with thedhenne. I nmvorv
gratnful to Cutlniirn and for their
children'**, anil-"' I hojveother mothern
���will try It. Thn Cuticura Ronn I will
always mio for it makes tholinlr.o
lovlv."
(hiKneii)   Mri>. Noit* V.MMiriT,
as, Lena Gardens, Urook (Ini'n, W���
. . Iiondon.
(uticuraL
Soap and Ointment
iffftM Hi. ���rrf-mllMt nnil miwl wiii'iinlrnl
truitmrtu lor lu-liinil. Imrruin, vnly iiiiiiinr��
nl Ifil.inu. itiiiilrni mul i'luili A muitlr u t
U i-ilinn mifflciriu t-ti'4 ilifiiiuliiiiil idr ��mM.
HenS l<* WIM linn * Oifin. I-urn,, lumn.ii.
UH V, fnr a*"-l>������ ('iltli-ur* tlimk OD tn��U
l_4.it ot Uiu and M-ttp tfflnlloM.
W. N. U., No. 853
Qendsis ol Life Insurance.
I.i{c insiiriince origiiin.t'"d in 170(1 in
London. In that year tlmro wa" formed the lirst life insurunoi' company. It
wns called the Amicnble Society I'or
it Perpetual / -.snrance Ollloi'. It wim
,i mutual beuellt concern. Kmdi iiiimii-
her, without reference to age, paid a
.ixed ndmission li��o und a fixed an-
i, id charge par sharo on Irom one to
i' "i shares, and at tin* ��'nd ol the
year n portion of the fund nccuniitlat-
ed was divided ninong Un; heirs ol
thou- who bad dind in iicconianc' with
the number of sliares each dead person hud held. Out of this company,
witli its crude and liniiarfi-ct method*,
lilt: insurance as H exUu to-day luii
grown.
Waited Sympathy.
A kindly old lady  who attended a
I performance ot the IlnymiirJua tlieu-
I tn-  in  London  was .much  im pressed
by the singing ol  a uigliMngale and
I ii i.ui.,  Hm<.ii  ."..�����  ���������.
I tun* of ih�� perforninnci>. ln fact, siio
\ was ho much impressed that *Uu sent
Ian agent of tin* Society I-'or tlio Pro-
j lection of Animals to ��.<*.�� if the hirdi
' wen: properly Jed and cari'd lor. Un
I lound that both nightingale nnd lark
I . .;-,!..     tniw'li 'i'- ir"|l      in     i|iilii"ir.
I unci! only a siuall won(U��n bun and
( key to wind the machinery.
Grand Advice.
A Hhoeiniilu'r enme to the minUter
nslung Ins advice Id'cnusc thnt sw.-ep,
) lii^ lat-illnrd, hnd given him notnv to
j i|uit aim be would hnve nowticre to
l 1 ,��� liH head. Tin* minii-tt'r cmild
j only advise iiim In my iiu ����� ji?����* ic-l ire
| tho Lord, A week Inter the 111:111-iter
i returned and found the .hneinaki-r
l busy and merry. '"J hut ��ns i_ian' mi.
j vice ye gied ate, minister," _,nd the
' man. "I laid my caso l-elore. tlm Lord.
a�� y�� tfill't i.ie, an' mio the *wy'i
ciucei."
The Pill That Leads Thorn All.���Pills are
the most portable and compact oft all
medicines, and when easy to take aro
the most acceptable of prupnrations. But
they must attest thoir power to be popular. As Parmblcc'a Vec*otable Pllla nro
the most popular of all pills thoy must
meet all roquiromont., Accuracy compounded and compoRed of inc-rcdionts
proven to ho effective in rcKiilatlnp- the
diROHtlve organs, thoro Is no surer modi-
cine to bo had anywhere.
What most people are looking for is
n frank criticism that gives them tho
best of it.
The mnn of thirty loves a lass,
And everything is honey;
The man if sixty loves, nlas!
And everything is money.
"Po "you* are going to have a new
frock?"
"I don't know. Mother has passed
I tlie bill, hut I expect father will veto
I it. He is opposed to all our bills,
��� nowadays."
, Occasionally nn actress manages, to
get along pretty woll working under
the num. her parents gave her,
Don't experiment with unsatisfae-
torv -nihstitutos. Wilson's Fly Puds
kill many times morn honsis flies
than any other known article,
Henrietta���"Mildred   is   a   decided
blonde."
Madge���"You don't say! When did
she dooidi"1?"--Chicago Daily News,
"Your husband has no stamina,'has
ho, Mm. O'llrion?"
"No, mi-: hut he's got a life insurance. "--Baltimore. American.
Tt takes an amateur nhntogrimher
to convince a woman that truth is
more terrible, thnn fiction.
Viral Man (��miiHtfn.ly"t���"T haven't
taken n drop in 1* year."
Second Mnn���"Kr ��� aeroplanist or
prohihitioniHt?"~.udBC.
Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
TTnbhv������ "Wo must ho economicnl,"
\\*if,._"VVhv?"
Hubby,���"If T should die T would
not he nhle to leave yon much."
Wilp-'-Thnf. right, Whereas,
while von're alive, you lenvn mo most
of the tiii)t\"--Toledo Hindi..
Harry, aged I 1-2, and Soth, ngod !*t.
were carrying water in a howl,   8ath
insisted on currying   it   and Harry
I snld: "You'd bettor let me enrrv it,
iSetli, you can't swim, you know,"
Hero is a utory about my brother,
George, aged ���!, One night he went to
bed with Ids papa, and after lying
still for a little while, he fluid: "Papn,
when you get to be a little, hoy like
me wo will have to cull you our littlo
til,;- v'ith a moii*"tache,"
"What time wai it when von cot
Ihotii- lust, night?" "T didn't get
hoine." "Yon did, Wo took you
; there." "You did not. You only
': took tue to the door. My wife was
j looking out of the window!"���Toledo
I niu.1,..
,    A man with a fare of hrn��s export*
I y.ai Ui tnko it for a pair of wing*.
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in THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  I'-'h;  f  BEFORE you are suggestions for  small pieces of ribbon that every  woman finds herself possessing at  the end of a dressmaking 'season.  The silken stilus left over from other  fancy work aro always too-lovely to  throw away and frequently too short  for any large piece ot work. Here, then,  is the story that will clear the ribbon  box and at the same time add to the  number of dainty accessories that most  women like to make.  For thread and needle* there Is a useful little ease shown that any one can  make. The exact size and amount of  ribbon cannot be given here, for each  woman's idea of a suitable case will  vary; and, more important, the size of  the odd pieces of ribbon will very naturally determine the cutting out of the  cardboard foundations. All that this  article can attempt is to show the construction of each hint. Of course, there  - are general rules that can be given. Any  shirred pieces are sufficiently full if 1%  times a straight measurement be allowed. By that is meant that If the  ribbon Is t. be shirred on a straight  edge four indies long, a piece six inches  long will be enough. This gives an easy  fullness, if greater he wished, twice a  length will be ample.  Out out two oblong pieces of cardboard and round the lower ends. Cover  with plain silk by whipping two pieces  that you turn in at tbe outer edges.  Baste the silk on the board before attempting to whip tightly into place.  Now vcut a  piece of contrasting silk,  dresden^in the picture, and let It be as  ���������" wide-as -once-and-a -half-the-width  of-  the  card  foundation near  the  top,  for  this is to be, a shirred outer pocket to  hold the spools of thread.  Whip on the .shirred .ilk. Make another form just like this for the outer  "leaf" of this needle book. Cut out several leaves of soft French flannel, pink  the edges and attach on the Inner surfaces of these. Sew the stiff forms at  the top and decorate with tiny bows of  narrow ribbon. How much In each bow?  you ask. Just'as much as you wish or  can use.  The1 melon-shaped bag .is made of three  strips of "-ribbon. The lower ends are  pointed and the sides of the rather, wide  ribbon are whipped together. At each  scam a little quilling of plain ribbon is  placed. Tlite also runs around the top  edge. A gilt tassel Is used to decorate  the lower end of this bag, and ribbon  ' strings are used to carry the receptacle  for the handkerchiefs or sowing on the  wrist. This can be a bag four Inches  long or fourteen, just as the ends of  your remnants decree.  Here's a use for a candy box. You  doubtless have seen unusual shapes in  bonbop boxes and have never realized  how well tbey can serve for foundations.  The jjides must be broken from the bot-  - torn-and-used-for-a-pattern,,.from .which,  you will-Tut silk forms and whip into  smooth  coverings.    Then join  together  THE HOME DECORATOR  EL������M4ILltiAKlF[WmTrm-SfiA *77_g^  and to the silk-covered bottom by strong  silk. Cut four pointed pieces, the bases  corresponding with the sides of the box;  cover and attach as shown In the photograph. At tiie "pointed top of each Hap  sew a ribbon. The four strands must  be tied together to close the box. Place  a little gold or silver lace at the junction of the lower part with the top flaps,  and linlsh with a line of ribbon and  bows at the corners,  Outside pockets are suggestions worth  while. The bag ehown Is made of wide  blue ribbon sewn to a silk-covered  square of cardboard. The top edge is  turned In to form it full hem and a ,  double drawing-string'Is run1 through a '  casing. On the lower part a straight  piece of figured ribbon is shirred and  then, caught  up nt  Intervals by  little  rosette, of baby ribbon.   From each one  a line of backstltehlng drops down to  the bottom, forming pockets all around  the outside.    In these thread, thimble,  etc., can foe carried, *  A square receptacle is shown that suggests a use for part of an ordinary  pasteboard box. The bottom and two  long sides are used. These yon must  cover with' figured silk.. Then a little  departure Is made, Make n little bag'  of plain sill, or ribbon that will, exactly  fit. in ut the short end of the box. Glvo  it drnwlng-atnlngs and sew it firmly ln,  H as to close one end, Another, bag  divided into two or three compartments  will close the other end. The top, you  will notice, Is left open, The whole  idea Is .unique nnd easily followed In  large or small .I.e.  But when pincushions are mentioned,  then indeed are suggestions legion. Tlie  little doll's, head with Its surrounding  petals ifi a hint for small pieces of ribbon. These straight ends are folded  into points and merely tasked together.  In each point there is sewn a little piece  of scented cotton and pins are stuck In  the ends. A double row of these useful  forms Is attached to the base of the  head, ���������������������������������������������'  Always In style Is-the''Japanese doll,  with Its little crossed, kimono of ribbon  and its, padded., base for pins. This latter can be a pincushion covered with  gathered ribbon, or It can be soft cotton. Two bows of ribbon decorate  each side.      ���������-���������.,"'  The Httlo basket is the last Idea for  eager, needlewomen., Cut pieces of  cardboard with rounded tops and  cover with sill.. Thon attach to a  square base by whipping tlio edge,  together.   Force Into tho basket a silk  pincushion. The handle Is of wire  covered with t-otton, muslin and finally  wrapped with plain ribbon, It is  attached to opposite sides, and bows of  narrow ribbon are used tu finish the  useful Idea.  Surely there are profitable hints for  every reader. /From odds and ends of  silk or ribbon many attractive bags  and boxes can be made. These but  show the way to a profitable expres-,  slon of needlecrnfl.  Goldfish  IT IS not generally known that If n-  sick goldfish be put for a minute or'  two   In   salted   water   It   will   recover health and animation���������thai is, If  it bo simply "droopy" and not affected  by a, serious disease,    Never, however,,  put a fish that Is" well" in anything but.  fresh water, for stilt water will'surely.*  kill It.  # Ffoyoectiv* Kiw *TAti  j������xZfZrjy-fix^ comfrucfton  ������;  **ti  f&Sffi  &w������^t  utTcfelftutO}  Cafa net.  Sfcl* *-? -y^j-OCgt. y'fjV    J     It-J-.-tfiii-i*  F'cor  WUAttl  farm  ���������,,0_U*  tStc<t/>?vfi*>r*fs/mt?ct'ik  at least G/f.J'-ncf. To/o  ojCahnkZQ i n,./r<i m,  jhar> 7d/> ������fi$eat/Hlu  /r*m/?oar������ erOtntty,  With Onl  Cabinet and Window Scat  THIS arrangement of cabinet ainl  window sent shown In tho Illustration provldon an oxcellnnt lounging  jihico where one may read with a good  Unlit from the window and favorite  books conveniently at hand, wlillo tho  children can Htow tholr toya under tho  neat or In tho lowor portlonH of the cabinet,  An exact dimension" for Iho length of  the seal cannot be given, becaimo rooms  vary hi hIzo, However, as It Ih it  lounging plumi, live foot for the saint  'proper aliould bo allowed at tho least,  The cabinet to the left In the llluutra-  tion Is Huppoi'teii on ono ond by tha wall  ut one nt Uiu umk"'h oi me loom,  ii!;euld j-nii wh'h tn build the ''<",it and  cabinets nwny from the wall nt tho  ������������������nils, add a sido ploeo and ono support  to the bill of materia).  Matorlal  I'oiilnr, whlto or wiutliern jiIim, 1 liirli In  il:.J.;,......-'.   ...'.'.' .;.-.-.',.  .-,    ."'''iv  ,'.'..: ,...".' .-���������'  t!ii������<i plocm to the required nlxim find iilutin  (III III   HIIKlllllli  3 rnbliut topi , 21 by 'JO ImiliOH  it nml hrnnf-  10 Ini'lict. wl<)n by iiiii* riKiiilicil length  111 by So Inc io������  101  ll'N  UH  3 n'wlve*.  3 bointcrm .14 by Hi (no  7 lutHiorUf., ...jl liy 'ill ne  :i i-.ll.iit ulii.H ,....'17 by iki Ino  J8 iilt'ocn It tin: total,  Lumber for construction, ptiicluiHed  and pinned nt tho mill, of course, pro*'  vide* thi. Ideal meat; however, any per-  non clever with tools can mnko mien n  feat with odds and ends of stout boxti  and Hie like.  Tho'-np.ionriin... of tho pIiU'h of the  cabinet will bo Improved If an Inverted  trlar,������lo or heart slmpe ho cut lu tlio  spneo midway between tho Hholf and  Iho lop, The notch depleted In tho II-  lu'HtraUnn In tlio lower Insld.1 edgo of  tho cabinet aide Ih to allow Mio piiHsngo  of tlio baseboard, Draw a full-steo  plan of tho shlo of tho cabinet, sliuw-  Ing triangular cut or heart and the  notch drawn llko tho profllo of your  biiHohonrd; then let the mill pooplo follow IIiIh drawing. Tho neat should bo  bolnti'icd ut least onco near thu center,  nnd  twice If tlie mm I Is lung.  The Iloiincc under the hoiii. Hhonld bo  made of green donlm, tho same ollvo  hi L til      .u'.Ml      ._fc!.>-_U.l'      |.i       till'     I.>.U.,.'..'...  nml hnvrrmntriui' onsemhlo of the room.  This floiincn Is Hiipported by a Iu'iihh rod  and carried nlong Just "-(month tho seat,  affording n good hiding place for toys  and tho like  Tho ciiHl'Inu nn the Heat should bo nt  it-Ob!,   Utivt:    im/uiA    lii'vi.,      i*',v    vu!..v''.'c  cnviirlng of ullye groon denim hIiouUI  conceal ������n Inner cushion mnilo of muslin, IhiiH keeping tho .tufting from  working through the outer cover, TIiIh  muslin ciiHhloii may bo .luffed wllh cotton wuddlug, tow or hair. (Full dlrcc-  tl'n. fur ranking i*ui'ti n ciifhlon will Ijc  giver, in tho article to follow, ilt-Korlblng  Ihe miilfht/T of n 111������ ('(ivcin, nlci .oiinulil  the Hcnt be u long cm', It will be advisable to mnlte It In section'', nn It Id  taller to clean when so constructed.  7/ firtaMtM/el:  Haf#ff</fwjMj  WHEN ono string in Its time-plays  many parts it l.s due to the elev-  eriiCHH of the owner.   If you ������ro  clever, yon probably will enjoy n roHiimo  " ��������� -    ��������� .   .    ... .-<..   .it      . ,         ,,i.i  i *'- -*" ������������������*., ���������* j'-������������������ ��������� .. ,  -      -���������j  do things, hero Is tho story,  If ymt own a lung string of pearls or  corftl limidH, or, In fact, of any kind, do  not lot It stay In Its ono form. .t"t*o It  for three or four different inirpoHea,  First, It can bo twined around tho hair  In three linniln quite llko tlio C"ro.lnn  licaildri'NH, if nm long, knot the bend*  In two or three plnoe. at th>- inp. ("liisp  tbo ends of the Mrlm.: m n. iiuclt nml  pin the Iinlr over the ��������� ���������'.!.>. "*. When  worn witli a convlniiiiKiy ii.'.uilfui re-  null, you can unelii"***   i'"   'i"'1*   ������'><������  HtrnlRhtcn out the heads.  Now thoy aro ready for tho next  change,  Mo you need an ornament In the form  of n cnhiii.'hon on fichu ur lint? .lust cut  out ������ circular disk ut ui-i or scrim, cover  It wiili iii.i'Siic or silk and wlml the  siring uf bonds no that a ronette will  be funned. Thl.-i can In* e.lii|*t������������ In plai-o  by a few Htltch.H jii a few rnlnutcs.  Tho main use for a siring of bend. In,  of roursc, dfcorutlvo, but It nerd  nut  bung In oiui Htralght lino of color around  tin* iii'i-k,   Ktuit (ho airings halfway up.  making a double at ring.  For it change,  wind  thn string about  <"���������<���������   ii. ,���������),    I.,    ..lei,,    nf   .ilu,.   .iir'in.lu    In  form a dog collar. In other words, a  ntHni! of lienilH need ii'lu remain In lis  original Mtnte, Turn it to another use  If ytni wlMh,  Ann just, ns a parting nuggo'stlon, buy  a mi ring of beads and break the ihroad,  Fun the Utile fornix for eiiiliroltli'ry In  till, gri-'it HeiiKun of ciitbro'deiy, It l*������  much elif-aner than buying 'hern by the  di,/.in Mi.uitU .a i.i..iiiiit.nii i.i'.ii,. per  si rami.  White benilH can bo colored by apply,  lng Hteiiiil  ilyCM ur  pulnt. THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMtVBRITlSH COLUMBIA.  . ���������.������������������������.���������_*__��������� :_���������������������������  hs____S8-*__cs___3___.t -,-^_r_u_A_a>c__c_-?_.  ite-_>___������___i_jt������rs3Ki_ i_?sK-M  _Ss_^K_K^_r_2E_*_& ������-.P  ST}  _j*������-X-ir������r.ri-  (WAB R������-������-iVA  ._-,--__-������, . .,.  _..,--_-^  ... ^...frj.^  -D"l  FURNITURE STORE    jf  i .���������������)  v|]  (*':S\_>5}'i^^^ j|  JUST ARRIVED  ���������A SHIPMENT OF���������  MORRIS CHAIRS and  SBAGRASS ROCKERS  A full line of Furniture and Hou,*c  Furnishings to select from   A. McKINNON McPhee Block, Cumberland  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  Cleaning   and Pressing  Ladies' 61.' GkntU'Imen's  tailor mad1.   suits  1'HOM   S20 00   TO  8*.*..00.  "DONE AT  Reasonable' Prices.  Phone 52  Cumberland B.C,  ���������-Jl  ill  CAMPAIGN ECHOES  In this election campaign the  "Liberal coat is goiiig to be washed  -jyitli some very hajrd soap, but  itiie color is not going to fade.  After the election it will still be  Grit in tint, a good honest, old-  fashioned shade. Tlie air will  ���������presently be full of the smoke of  battle, aiid language of a piccluiv  lesquc tone, and the fighting will  be severe, but th.e result will he  the same. Sir Wilfrid is sure of  victory, but Mr Borden is equally  .sure, of course," According to  th.,.extreme papers on both sides  -���������-���������neither side can lose. The  Tory papers are already weaken  ���������tug a little, and are saying now  they fear that there ate thousands  oi electors whohave not sufficient moral courage to vole against  ���������reciprocity. Mr Borden and hi**  janizaries have started put on a  campaign of fake statements  which opposed to the wholesome  truths of the liberals, "canuot be  elective. The dish rag Tory  papers all over the country are  fIre  -'NotT.I]." is the verdict pr;-  nouuced by the higher authorities  at the recent Conservation convention held in Nanaimo.  '���������.n'a.'ldiTjf  If we have any   desire   to   gel  that nine thousand dollars that tin*  provincial  ^.oveni'iit-nt   is almost  begging us to take for sewer con  .������������������tri ctiou. we hid better gel busy he  fore the tall   ruin a   are   on,    N"  one will deny,   but   that   we   are  badly in need of a  ("ewer  system,  as all the drain., are in   a tJeploi-  able condition, and our   sidewalk-  if not a hi_nace to health, us lar.a*-'  coiitageon goes,   are   to   life and  limb, in their  present li.tteit  con  dition, and may at any    time    be  the   cause    of an   ac; ion a_,iiin t  the city fur damages.    This is the  last-year., that we lmye  any  guarantee that the above amount will  be forthcoming.    When   we hear  of and see other small- toivus/ in  this province, with no-better pros  peers and not. any   more  prosper  011s than this town of  ours,   busv  with   improvements,  the  present  ui'sani .nry aiid unbusinesslike con -  ^^VV^^������^������i^<*^<*vV^'^ ���������"���������^r-V***"**-''*"'--'^^  ^     MAROCCKI BROS    &  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OP  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  ������  ������  (?)  ������  ������  ������  ������  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  phone: 21  Ladies7 and  Gentlemen's Suits   Made   ���������.*)   ^''drr  from .������20 to ������35     All "Work First Class  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BRER  Wholesale; Dealers in all'Kinds of  ,        Wines and Liquors.  _        SECOND   STREET I  y^jfttn******1***'***^ *������**^***'S*to*���������**������mi**\^  CitV   COUUC'il T1,e .Qon*ox annual exhibition  which will be held at Courtenay  on ���������������������������Tuesday aud Wednesday,  September 26 and 2y, promises to  eclipse all previous records  Great preparations are being  made for a grand exhibition. Up  wards of 7 barrels ofa flour have  been donated by the different  milling conipanks and the coui-  petion promises to be very keen.  A splendid program of sporls is  beiiig ai ranged.  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  The ci*v c.iinf'il in-'t in regular  session on Monday evening, there  being,, present Aldermen Bank*-,  Parnham, Willard ard the mayor  ' The minutes of previous regular and special mee*in<js were rend  and adopted,  . ComniitPiication was rec.-ived  from Vai'Cpuver Ituliber Co , re  supplying city wi'h 400 feet of  hose and repairing hose a'fc present  in use. The council did not decide on the purchase of.new hose,  but will have some of the old hose  repaired.  Account;": ��������� '    *  ���������[>.-��������� I limdeti $1()50  Electric Light C<>   57,()'$  Police caps ���������.,     S.UO  i/re.ight      3 Ho  El 6. IVim-.ifcCo.^.,--, ,....__0OJJ.U  Onr local   schools  will   reoi en  on Monday,- August 28tl  r>  picturesque statement that after the 21st of Sep  temler the name of the Liberals  willb*. mud, but they are using  so much mud themselves for am-  ���������munition that their cheerful ut-  lerances ,^re likely to come home  to roost. The Tory potrags in  this province have not yet Paid  ilia* the foreign electors will go  to the polls with Liberal five  dollar bills in their pockets, but  the guerilla warfare has not yet  begun. When it does, these  papers in their slrm bang way  will have, an iuteressing time.  The more dignified newspapers  Are already dealing each other  some solid wallops of rhe'oric,  find'tlje atinoshere in the Eastern  proviucus is full of the lean shafts  of satire aud wit, Iu British  Columbia the fighting has hardly  niore than begun.-���������Saturday  3unset.  dftiou of This town, d< es not. re  fleet very much if auy'd'cJit upon  us. The fault does not lie with  the city council, but with those  who failed when they hud Ihe opportunity of supplying the necessary funds for very much needed  city;; improvements. There ate  people who will block every progressive movement f.oi; fear that  it will draw a few extn>, dollars  out of their pockets. '������������������.,.'.���������-  Now that the result ot the  Conservative convention held iii  Nanaimo has been proclaimed,  with its spirit of dominant party-  ism so much in evidence, and Mr  T. E. Bate out of the running, it  will be a decidedly easy victory  for the Liberals in this part of  the constituency.  The cheapest and meanest, argument .employed against reciprocity;^ that which Hon. K. ,L.  Jlordeu and Premier AIcBride are  making when ihey claim that  reciprocity will undermine Canadian loyalty ahd lead lo uuuexa-  1 ion. For .snivelling caul and  jm-ulting hypocrisy that argument cannot be duplicated, Pre  lU'er McBride insults ihe intelli-  ������������ ice of the people oj' this province when he uses it. The hoi  low sham of it should make him  blush for he well knows that  wlicn British Columbia had no  other trade markets than those of  COMMUNICATION!*}  Editor Nmvs:-In your last  issue T noticed your friendly wish  that our townsman, Mr Thos, E.  Bate, would receive the nomination for ComoN-Atlin. Whilst  the result shows that he had not  the slightest chance though he-  was the choice of Cumberland,  Courtenay nnd Alberni Conservatives. It is freely said that the  result was simply cut and  dried by the parly machine, and  thai the convention was merely  a matter of form. That being so.  where do the people come in?  The members of the party aw-ioci-  aMons meet in good faith, make  their choice, put their hands into  their pockets to send delegates'(0  support thnt choice, tin* d'-le-vatr***  the i-outh, when she was   totally  without con unction with Eniti'm ' give thoir time. .i*--c their cucig)*  Canada, she always remained  loyal lo the flag and the Empire.  If Premier Mcllride out of his  jnuT-r.ei.ua! shaiU-'Wiiess can  pvolve nothing more brilliant he  has yet said about reciprocity he  ought lo conceal his ignorance of  lhe question by a discreet silence,  r~,Suiurday Sunset,  Change of ndveitiscmei.ts will  not be received at this ollice later  .hau 12 o'clock noon   on   Tues*  and influence to elect I heir man,  only to hear that ihe matter was  cut and dried. Does this account  lur tiie presence ot Premier McBride aud Dr Young at the various eon vent ions? It is time that  the so-called independent electors  should smash the ninchitic find  demand that their voice picvail.t.  They have found this necessary  over the border. It appears lo be  equally so here.        Ki.kctor,  Tlio "political pot1' will noon be  on tin. boil, ���������Xtet hef boij,  The half-yearly report wns presented by the city clerk, which i.-  ms ���������follow.: ���������  lieceipts 511480.-id  Expenditure       10975,11.  Balance $    50o.ll  The matter of repairing front of  City Hall was left, to the Board of  Works, which was also empowered  lo proceed   with   const ruction  oi  cells and police office at an estimu-  ��������� ������,_��������� ���������������  ted cost of <ij7o. ���������-���������;.;,"���������  AM Will**i''l sugiie^ed'tliat ti  'iieeting of prop; r 1 v 'hoi lers ' In  called to consider tlie. matter of  sewerage nto'i sidewalks for the  cit. It was ileci'led to call a meet  ing for 'VYcilnosday evening, Aug,  30th. '      ;:  The Liquor Licence By-law will  be taken up at a special meeting  to bo cnlleil by the mayor.  Tho Pool. I,.ooin By-law was ro  C'lini'lorotl,   adopted   and , finall)  piissed,   ami   to go into effect on  Septt-iiiboi' 1st. 101.1.  Kirn Wakens will look over the  town lo see wliori' iiilililional  liy  dratit*' can bo placoil to lulviintage.  A Merman .Maxwell was the only  aldoriiian present in answer t<> the  summons nf tlio Board to iitUind  and show reason why his seat  should not bo declared vacant,  Iloiiskt'd why iJiudi such stuuitionB  Iind boon ten! him, as he was just  as niiioli (j'.ialifiid at the present  lime ah ho ever was, but wns not  particular if his seat was, declared  vacant, and if ho had been disqualified by iho recent clmngo of  business in which he wtn* intonst  ed,   ho   winii I   have   notiliod tlio  council lo i'i-U CiT'CI.  Aid U'iiiiird said if 'fiat was the  case Aid Maxwell should havo  taken h's sent at the board when  lie entered tlie   emmcil   I'litiMiliora,  No further action was taken in  the mutter, the mnyor slating that  ho thought the council had been a  littlo hasty in their action of previous regular meeting.  Council adjourned.  larg.  SELLING  OUT  BUGGIES and  FARM IMPLEMENTS.  AT     LOWEST     CASH     PRICES.  '     :���������;    NOTICE  The drawinir for the  graphophone will take place at  Cameron's fii'stauratr, Courteiiay  on Wed lesday, Aug. 23. Ail  tickets must he pail for before  di'awiiig-"take.v-"pla"ce7J"*otlieT,wise'  tickets will imt |>; accented.  Tickers on sah-*   at   Cameron's  Restaurant, Coiirtcnav.  ~~ NOTICE.-  Mr. (J. Ardley, of (1omox, hns  in his posses.-io!i arbarrel ofhousi*.  hold goo Is. shijlpel with his  freight from Victoria, which do'*s  tot belong to him , Ownei can  nave same.-by applying to the  ibove and paying expense-?.  B.C. HARDWARE Co., Ltd,  133 Jolinson St., Victoria.  A\\iiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiii!ifii!iiiii!ii!iiiii:.iiiiiiiin!iniiiiiiiiiiiiiii:ii;i!iti:iiii^  ������  Capital $6,200,000. Reserve $7,20O,OCO f  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.  =3 ____.���������, ��������� ~������������������  I DRAFTS   ISSUED   1NT   ANY   CURRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL  I OVER   THE    WORLD.  I SPECIAL ATTENTION' paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & intcien I  I   at highest Current Rules allnWid on b< po.it. of $1 and iipwaids. I  I CUMBERLANT>, B. O., Bifinch, Open Daily 1  | UNIO^T V/HARF, B. C,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays I  | R. R. CULBERT, Managet*. [  | fOURTSNAY,    tt   C,    Bianch,    Open Daily. |  1 W.  HOFP, Manager. I  '*%iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit!itiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiiin  P. Phillipps Harrison  T BARRISTER AND. SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  ni������*eb__uiippWM__i  i-a/'im^.ai-^wTiii  RunMUi.1.1  -'  von s.mj  -*9   : -a  good  buggy  horse     Seven  Vears  eld  A bso-  lately quiet.  .Mil' p  trtii'iiinrs   np-  [ily to f'ii|if.*ilu  K V  ���������.   ViV.  ur, Co,  m������,x,"Ut U,  Ciiiiiherhnid ik, Unim1. Wider  AVorksCo.,  Ud.  NOTICK.  Sprinkling will be allowed  only two nights a week, nomely  TUESDAY and FRIDAY, from  7 to V o'clock in the evening.  Leaky taps tiui.t he a.tended tu  nt onco.  Any changes or additions to on*.  istiug piping intist he sanctioned  hy the company,  liy order,  I*. W. Kunns. Secretary.  Cuinherland, B. C!., Aug. 1st, HJl'l.  DISSOLUTION    OF    J������ART  Mjusi-nr.  NOTICK is licrchy given, tlmt  the partner! hip linn ol' Maxwell  & Il'irnal wuh dlni-olvcil July Ulst,  |!J11 hy in nt mil consent, and the  hiisiness will iu fur ure he enrried  on hy R. Horiial, ���������' All account!*  nnd debts against anil tine tliomdil  linn ui'c payable rei������peetively, by  and to It, lloruiil, All nceniinlH  due tin* above mentioned IImi,  intim bo paid hy AugtintOlst, 1IJ11  (Signed) A, Maxwell.  It, Horiial.  KOIt SALK -5 room hoin������o  with liatlii'tioin uud pttnlry, uIfo  ftiniitiire. Apply Mark Morgan,  i\liu.*)port Avenue,  =V. BOf4CHfl=  LUholesalc Dealer in WINES, LIQUOR & SEEf*  P, O. BQX 482  PHONE 29....  CUMBERLAND  '.  This .is the first spring in 'he history of Comox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to the-.'-'upplv. Nolhiug paNS, better than  poultiv, if they are rightly managed, Begin  with the litile'fellows and' fied them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of bone meal, wheat,  oats, corn and other grain, cut and blended in  the right proportion lo make them thrive and  grow,    For sale by n  A. B.  .-   - ��������� Courtenay, B.  DKALKIl IN FLOUR AND FKKD  ,v"nm^*ffisar?s_s5J^^ sMcasKEasnaEif^iiri  rtmarvtrntKaiT.  ���������mMITiiMaMtmSai  rranari fyxmrtx^srwr.*   im tfiWar--   SECOND-HAND AUTOS FOR SALE  mi?irm,**M*aaf ���������������**_.  'A-tti/Httiaunja-ia H2_k  \B  li  (  k  _  V#*Wnr<MW<JiUB  One 4-cylinder HlJICK,  coinplele with top, glass  front, .speedometer,  elect tic side and tail  lamps,   and   ticehlene  head lights.  Price.    ...  $850  FOR HAMS��������� Colt, 4 yonr*  old, thoroughly broken, used to  nuton, quiet.  Apply lo J. Mnrshall,  Satidwiek, B. C.  VOU SALK���������Timm of hoi-hop,  well nnilclii'd, good Mviiker.--,  Price ieiu*oiutlile. Apply JefTriee,  Fait' View Farm, Oniox,  One car same as   above,  with licad.sideand tail  lamps, genera   Qncft  lor, etc. Price   <f/"3v.  Oue a-cyliuder Huick, 20  29 lip,; generatDi' lamps  top wind-shield, 'tfTCA  ��������� etc., only...*...������p/3"  One Ford car. 3-seatcr,  complete  and iu good  order, with fi*>e'd������/AA  tires, only.... tpOUU  One air-cooled b'ranklin,  complete with windshield, head, side and  ��������� ail hnijv*, generator  e'c. This h a ^-cyljnj  der 15 h]). c:.r,  only..:   Oue Rover 6 hp, 2-pass-  eiiger onr. ba**cry aud  magneto ignition, tires  in fine order, car iu  splendid shape, aiaa  only    tptUU  Orange Young JiriJoim daii(*<-  nt| (.iimherliinil Hull on Tlmr*.  day oveiiiiig. Mo tl.vlO for tlio  time of \our \\h\  THOS. PL* M LEY,  VICTORIA,  f3.C  ^  OFFICE AND STORE 730 YATES ST..  GARAOE. 727 JOHNSON ST..  "If you get i< nt lMituley's it's am. right  p 8 ���������Wo Do Ropiiirlrnr 1,  i������  i 1  1  *mm  aQCSSIG  \mXGP  ';'

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