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 jacT  .<* 'r  ',<-,  &.r  -���������*���������**  '���������V.I*:  _/������������������_  /  A HAPPY NEW YEAR  A Journal Dar-votod EUpeotally* to th* lnt������r������*t������ of Comox but-Hot*  The Nrws, Eightebnth Ykar,  CUMBERLAND B. C,   TUESDAY, JAN.    3,   1911  SusscriptioW $1.00 a Year  m.������>**w������ w*.  1  (MW^WMaMMWMMMMMIW K������������������*������*m������WKM(|(������*������(l  THE BIG STORE  A STORE  FULL  Of the Choicest  XMASGOODS  At the most  REASONABLE PRICES  k  n  _Si   I  ���������*'J  $>'*  Do your  XMAS BUYING  WITH US  We have anticipated your wants.  S See our Selection of Pine China  ���������  g  a t almost half-price  -���������We uash-yoa-alla���������  Happy Neu* Year  am^aaamtmtfa^aaa^fat *+***mp*tn4ta%mmayv\Sm4^itam'm+k*^  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd,  Dunsmulr Ave., Cumberland*  i<v^l|llll|l������iiWII*^NIIft|liW������ll^g||||l|f  ;  MAROCCHIBROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OP  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Hrewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Denier., in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  Place your Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake  Fruit Loaf NOW.  SECOND    STREE  D  IOK  X  u  Winning numbers in the  Drawing on Saturday  night are as follows:  1st prize  2nd  ������*  573  850  0������  8  AT    THE  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  JL  *_*********.*t**tntnt*taa*eeet*aeaeetettetat,  THE CORNER STORE I  To all our Friends and  Patrons \ye wish  / - ,  A Happy New Year.  4,  1  s  t  J. N. McLEOD,  "Dunsmttlr At*,  ** m-������*\ **<r ��������� *��������� **m  Cumberland  t  i  Young Ladies Entertain.  Presbyterian ii Xmas  Tree Entertainment  aud  I  Courtenay Smoker.  An   interesting  Smoker and  Christmas Tree was held at Cour  tenay Opera House on   Monday  last.      An excellent programme  \m superintented by G II Bates,  -who acted ai chairman  for .the  evening.     The "Cold Storage''  orchestra dpbned the proceedings  with a selection that was well received��������� as were their other items.  Stump speeches, recitations, ventriloquist features, succeeded one  mother with success, which was  undimmed by the clouds of smoke  arising from the host of T. D.  pipes thnt everyone present tried  to color up good and plenty.  Santa Clans, who appeared, stated, like Madame Patti, that  it  would positively be Ids Ust appearance   for  the season,  but  would return again.   Great fun  ���������was enjoyed when the chairman  ���������responding to the cry of ���������'open  her up,'* when each present was  made -carrots,   dolls,    sucking  bottles,, kippers, etc., etc.    The  reporter had to leave at 1 a.m.  ���������when the festivities wero still at  high water (?) mark,   He report  ed at our office tliat he had the,  time of his Hfe and, like Oliver  Twist, be is going back for some  more.  IS  The Princess Mary, which  being brought out from the yards  of the builders, How McLaughlau  & Co,, of Paisley, for the O.P.R.  coast steamship service to run  between Victoria, Nanaimo and  Comox, was at Montevideo to  coal on Saturday last, according  to a cablegram received by Capt  J W Troup. Tlie Princess Mary  is being brought out at nu economical speed of 9 knots an hour,  and is keeping jwell up to her  schedule. She is expected to  reach Victoria about the cud of  January.���������Times,  Don't miss the ������������������Hmujw-u Wntf'  aud "The Test," two roaring Bi-  ograph comedies at the Cumberland Hall ou Wednesday and  i uuuuuy.  1  The well known motion picture men of Cumberland, Oloitgli  & McNeil, of the Cumberland  Hall, will give motion picture  performances iu the ���������Oourtciiny  Opcra Hottse, every Wednesday  evening, at Comox every Friday  evening in the K of P Hall, and  at at Union Pay fivny Saturday  evening in Humphrey's Hall,  The Young Ladies' Club of  Grace Methodist Church entertained the Young Men's Recreation Club at a very enjoyable social evening in the vestry oi the  church 011 the and instant.   As  was to be expected,  the yonug  men sesponded in full force, representing every stage of youth  from sixteen to sixty,   A vegetable hash and a turkey melange  with numerous   games [on the  tables up stairs and down served  to warm the social atmosphere  and prepare everyone  to thoroughly enjoy the iniormal   programme of instrumental aud vocal mnsi<: aud  rccitatious very  happily rendered.  Miss Louisa Bickle contributed  u piano solo as the first number.  Miss Reese's song, "-A grand old  lady," was particularly Japprcci-  ted, and Miss Annie Reese's rec  itation "���������Reverie in a Church"  was well ooue, The gentlemen,  not to be outdone, contributing  a number of solos aud choruses,  which all enjoyed. MrHuckerby,  Mr Bert Aston, Mr Oswald aud  Mr Jack, rendered solos which  were much appreciated, and Mr  JiiiiiUtv, ������istOi. j huuiiUiulc. it.  presentation of a farm yard deserves special mention,  At the close of this part of the  nrorramme the ladies served  tr  a, vi  freshnieuts consisting of codec  ���������wndwichos, cukes, mince pies,  fruit, nuts, candies aud ice  cream Before breaking up the  company joined hands and Hang  '���������Auld Lang Syne' with a spirit  that expressed more forcibly than  words how thoroughly all had  enjoyed the evening.  La������t Thursday evening the  Sunday School of St. George's  Presbyterian Church held their  annual Xmas Tree Entertainment, which was a miscellaneous  one, consisting of solos, recitations and choruses. Each number  was exceedingly well rendered by  the children. Thechoruees were  sung quite heartily, the music of  quite number of them being very  catchy, especially ''Just whisper  in Billikeu'a ear," Seldom have  we heard young children recite  so distiuctly, every syllable being  distinctly audible at the rear pa>t  of the church.  Duriug intermission the Super  intendent. Mr. A. McKiuuon,  after thanking the large audieuce  for their [presence aud interest,  said he had a very pleasing duty  to perform on behalf of 'himself  and those associated with him on  the S.S. staff, in presenting to  Miss L, Hunden a handsome gift  in recognition of her self-deuyiug  and faithful service rendered so  cheerfully iu the service of song,  and as secretary of the S,S, which  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, O.V.O., LLD., D.C.L., President d.  ALEXANDER t.AIRD, Gencrai. Manager '���������*'*',  PAID-UP CAPITAL, $ 10.000,000    RESERVE FUND, JB.OOO.OOO-  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTffleJT  Interest at the current late is allowed on &!! deposits of $1 and  upwards in this Deportment Careful attention is given to-  every account  Small deposits are wek5med.  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons,  withdrawals to be made by any one of them or by the .ur-  im v'vPr* ^u" an^ c*ear WB"Hen instructions as ���������>..> who is to mako  the -withdrawals should always be given to tlie Bank when  opening accounts of this nature.  CUMBSRLAUD BJUUfOH W. T. WHITE, Utnugcr  ofllce she has held for over six  years. Miss M Hunden was also  presented with a very fine copy  of the bible for regular attendance.  At the conclusion of the second  part of the program Santa Glaus  arrived iu time to assist in the  distribution of gifts from the pret  tily trimmed Xmas tree. The  church was quite bright aud tastily decorated.  HOLY   TRINITY    ANNUAL  XMASTREK.  Tlio Sunday school children, their  parentf. and  friends of the Anglican   ch 11 reh,   h<Id   their  annual  WHITK3    VS     VLTTEB  On Monday, Jan and, a grand  football match was played on the  old Recreation Grounds between.  the Whites and Blues of the Y������  M.R.C. After a most exciting*  game the Whites proved wiunera  by a score of 5 goals to 3.  Principal Palmor of the high  school, li, Dowditll and Mr, ond  Mrs. 0. T. Sin it ho arrired homo  by Tnosday*o boat. All report;  having spent a most enjoyahle  holiday,  Constable  Stevenson   took   s  prisoner to Victoria on Suhdr.?,  Xmas tn������ triftt in Cumberland    ho WM convjfttwd ,W(| MntpilC0<|  I  \***"N\<-V"  Hall last Friiliiy evening. Later  in Ihu evening n dauoe was hull  Hiid a very enjoyable evening  spent ily their ������*l������ler������.  to four months in jail for selling  liquor to Indiana ot Campbell Kjv.  ������r.  T."*BfJ*  It is now Sir William McKrn-  rie and S r Donald Mann,  841 is the total nunilter of votes  r������������gi-������tc**ed in the mnuiclpality of  of the city of Cumberland for 1911,  Uit ye-r it was 2'>8,  To all our" PHends and  Customers uie urish  fl Happy and Pposper-ous Year*  ���������������������������������������������MW-___B_-n-BaMawMiHttMaHH^  'I  Gapipbell Bfos/  Agents (or Campbell and Fit-Rite Clothing  X-.  ���������*/'*���������  ***A.,mirlM.*. trt ��������� "���������.',.,'., ���������  ..,  _M*M  ^tmmMmmmmmmmtammmamammwaaaamamaaaaaa  _____i_y t  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA:  The FOURTH  ESTATE  Novelized by  Frederick R. Toombs  From the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Mcdill Patterson and Harriet Ford.  Copyright. 1909  by Joseph MedlU  Pttterson tnd Harriet Ford.  ���������Tt  ���������"���������Aretyou ^razy. man?" be exclHlmea  ���������"Do you thi'iu we use rubber type*  You'l" have to keep It lu three."  Downs was (HssatistitHl,  "A.II rlgbt, Tills shop i. going to the  d���������l," be answered, stinking bis neail  negatively, lie went out ot tbe composing room.  snarled the lawyer  "Wiim are you going to doY"  ���������"���������Never mind what well <J<."  Dupuy now nviivei-eit i tie prize threat  thai he ti-ul savetl toi  use in me iust  extremity, shmiiu It uri������e. nnil ne w'ua  justitleu* in iissmnii;*. limit It Utitl arisen.  "A temporary injunction w.uiu t-er-  FOREST RESERVES.  McHenry  went over to one ot the i tnlnly issue in u case uUe nils." be said  (Continued.)  CHAPTER  XII.  MIDNIGHT  in  the rooms of aj  leading daily paper in a big j  city is not a time when peace- ;  ful slumber is in order for i  those who are concerned in the business of producing tlie paper. It is the  time when trained brains and trained  hands are exerted to tlie extreme limit  of their capacity to net the very latest  news into shape. Into type, into the  press, into tbe mail wagons and "on  the street."  And it is in the composing room  where the brunt of .tlie battle is borue  in the final hours in which is completed the record of a world's doings and  undoiqgs for a day.; Masse^ pf "copy"  swirl upward in the tubes or are carried in by boys from tbe city editorial  room. , The typesetting machines click,  click, click, in um-easing monotony,  and the proof.rfaders.scau columns of  "green proofs" with a rapidity, when  under pressure, that would amaze the  uninitiated observer. The -'makeup"  men cluster around tbe cumbersome  tables or "stones" on which the forma  are made up, lifting in the metal lines  of type here, making corrections or  shifting cuts there and locking the  forms to be shunted into the stereotype  room, where the paper matrices will  be made. When the matrix is placed  3n. the casting box the molten stereotype metal is poured in. and within a  very few minutes the cylindrical  plates, hardened quickly in the casting box by the pouring of cold water  "inttrthe^jacketrnre-liK-ked'on the-cyl-  inders of the gigantic duodecuple  press and ready to whirl off over 100  copies of a paper per second, all printed, pasted, folded and counted.  Midnight in the otlices of tbe Advance on the night that Judge Bartel-  my's photograph was taken with $10,-  000 of bribe money ln bis bands found  the staff of the paper in all depart-  mentiijworking as probably they bud  never'worked before, except ou election night. The story required con-  nlderable time for preparation. The  notes of Howard aud Jeff; the two reporters who recorded the conversation  at Brand ant) Hartelmy. had to be  translated from shorthand iuto English. Then tin introduction and a  hend had to be wrltteu, and the art  department hnd to break all previous  records in turning out a cut made  ���������/rom the photograph resulting from  tbe fiaHbliglit  In the composing room men were  working like galley Bin ves to get the  irreat Bnrtelmy exposure story into  type nnd into the forms. The com-  posing room In the Advance building  ���������wan n "double decker"-!, e., a second  story bad been built in the rear purt  of the room to accommodate the proofreaders, This second story wan really  but n half story, extending out over  n portion of the composing room, and  the walls were partitions, the lower  half of wood and the upper half of  glass windows.  On the lower floor the linotype machines wore set in rows, A steam table  loomed on one Ride. On another table,  au tronlKiiiiid one, rented the galley-,  containing mutter for the night's edition of the paper. At the extreme left  of tlie room a wooden partition shut  off tho small ofllce that the iiiiinagluK  editor used at night when he superintended the makeup proceeding*". A  door opened Into this small room from  the outer tin11. close to n door opening from tho hall Into the conipoHing  room Itself. At tho op|>o.lto end of  the compartment u door opened Into  tlio composing room, In bin small In-  cloHur. Brand, thu managing editor,  Iind a doHlt ami u telephone, Adjoining the partition, which' shut him off  from tho composing room and on the  outside or It, was a desk used hy the  copy cutters, who cut the paRc*" ������<t  mtnustTlpt-nftor thtty hnd boen posted together-lnto "takOH," A take Is  one of tho sections Into which a Htory  la cut, so that several composlton. can  work on different parts of tbo same  utory simultaneously, rosiilting lu tbe  cnving of coiiHiduntblt) (line tn mtuLu*;  If "r������  The typMt-ttlng rnni'lilno* clicked off  .rapidly the words, Hctitciieoi"! Mini pnrn-  ���������graph*" ot the Bnrteiiny "beat" und  itUu oiUv-i i-.'y.!������.. ���������.'���������'���������'.'; h.KJ f*> l'"  Crowded Into tliu "mnn edition.'  Brand  1 wns In bin little room ut the right,  treading thu proof ol tne iiitriKlnciion  of the account ot the iitiuNiitliin ol lliu  ItJnllcd Unites Judge, wiin-ii introduction he had cIiohcu to write iiiinwcit.  licllenry,  the <li*|ii*M*it  iii'tuaKiiiK ml  'iter and now Hrm-d'n assistant, wax ut  the tonus with tlie makeup uii'ii.  A boy rushed Hi with u cut lor McHenry. The busy editor squinted ut  It nnd waved the boy to one side.  "Why do they Mend us thi* billed hity  ���������when we've got u live oueY" lie sunl  dltgimfedly.  Dow ua came In from the city room.  "Thllt Clllitoti street tire Is getting  belter every minute," he wilt! to McHenry. "We ought lo Huve at leant  four columns ou It."  MrIk-urv glared at the ipvuker.  makeup stones.  "Where are the cuts for the Chicago  and Bryan Jump beads'; 1 caul Que  them anywhere."' be ust-ed.  "Here they are," uuswered ont ot  the makeup men.  , "All right. Tbey go there." He pointed to u space iu one ot tne tonus us  a boy handed nun-another cut. Me-  Lleury held it up to Hie light und nur-  ned juuo Brand's ottiee with it. He  laid it proudly ou the umiiHgiiiK eU.-  tor's desm.  "That's a wonder. Mad" pronounced  Brand.  McHenry agreed.  '"Ves;   you   can   almost   count   tbe  money iu old Bartenny-s nand!'  he t_x  claimed,  and   lie  peered  closely  one*  more at the met a I -"-lab.  Brand  meditated a inomeut.  "I'm going to change i tie makeup on  sternly. "I'll get oue and close your  shop."  "Sure! /That's the thing: (Jet Bar-  teliuy-, to issue one." suggested the  maiiugiiig etilini sa-tiisiit-aily  "1 will auti pin a sinp tt> vniii game!  This imicK nil;ini; mama is sweeping  the country like a dix-asc. oreediug  Uiadnieii e\erj wnni-e., israiitl, Uim is  youi tiiiisb:* lie >hiniii ins list violently.  ���������"-���������ui mis cut !  I  that page.'" he decided  at the top ot the page, so that wneu  tbe papers are touieii on Hie nwws  stands every one mat parses uy will  see Barteliny oftermg a unite ot $10,  000 to suppress the truth about u.*n.i-.  Belt.    Is your story all up yet'/"  "Yes.    it's in the form." _������������������  "Then go bnisn  it ott and send It  down to the stereotyping room."  McHenry turned away.  "Won't this make the Patriot sickT  be said "as" tie iett_ "They d give ihe  shirts oft their backs to beat us on a  story like this or to keep us from  doing it to them.'* -  0 As McHeury went out of the door  Into the composing room "Sylvestwr  Nolan dashe<i uito Brand's room from  the hall through the other door. The  lad was plainly excited, nis face show-  lng an amount or animation that, tor  bim, was a decided uovelty. His eyes  flashed and bis breath came in short  gasps, indicating mat be had  burrymg.  > "Where's   my   father,   Mr.   Brandt  Where is heV" he gasped.  Brand   suspected   something of  the  "Nolan son's erraud.  "I'm atraid you'll have to tind him,"  was the only lntormauoD be chose to i tor siguibcantly  impart. ' ! (^o be continued.)  "That cut in a vmmder  Mac1*  Brand JumpKi up in auger uud strode  toward the lawyei luiibyisu  "Now,  you get out  ot  here or  I'll  throw you out!'* he announced hotly.  "You will, will .you.*  tou Just wait!"  Dupuy backed siowiy out ot the door-  Ueeu ���������! W������V-  Braud hastened out into tbe composing room. ���������������������������'.���������,  "Mac, they're beginning to squirm  already!" he cried.  "We'll make them squirm more in  the morning." respouded tbe night edi-  Likely to   Be Considerably   Enlarged  Scon."  Tn the Tepcrt ot the superintendent  of for<-*<rv. which 1r������rm? part of the  annual report cf tho Department oi  the InteriT. recently puhlip*T*d. are-  i given m-inv interesting detail? ns to I  | the ad mini?'ration and working of j  j the forc<t reserve..  j' The m.tst striking develnn-T\e*->t in I  regard tn the forest reserves is. of j  'cour*e. the spiting aside of the Rocky j  Mountain forest reserve, n tract of  country . ere re" n ting some ' 14,000  square miles, some cf which is already reserved ns national parks,  (i.e.. the "Rocky Mountain Park, the  Kontennv Lakes Park, and .Jasper  Forest Pail.). The .rent imnortnnce  of thi* reserve is du" to the opportunity it affords for the nmenrvation  and conservation of the waters p* the  rivers which rise in *. ie Rockies nnd  traverse the prairie country, and  whose waters plav so imnortant a role  in the fertility of the s*.a1 of this, one  of the richest farming countries of  ���������the world. The forest on the tract  consists mainly cf lodge-pole (or  black) pine, Rneelmnnn spruce and  Dous-las fir. Verv serious fires have  occurred throuirhout the reserve in  times past, but the natural reproduction, over the trreater part of the reserve, at any rate-, is abundant.  Further extensions ot the reserves  are contemplated; in fact, some of  the lands have already been reserved  from settlement, though n't1 formally  set aside as reserves. Among the proposed extensions are: ' ,  To the Sprucewoods reserve, 70,000  acres;;".., '.. ���������:'  To the Duck Mountain reserve, 136,-  000 acres.  To the Cypress Hills reserve, 80,000  acres/  To the Beaver Hills reserve, 20,000  acres.  . Similar action has been taken in  regard to a tract of 5,000 acres near  Spirit Lake. Sask. The foregoing extensions total 305.000 acres, or over  475 square miles.  A tract of land,, which includes  Mount Ida and the Fly Hills (near  Salmon Arm. B.C.), was alsn inspected in the fall of 1909, with a  view to its being ^set aside as a forest  reserve. ������������������".-'  Young Nolan drew close to the desk  nt~Avhich.-the__,inauagiug_,.edl_tor___^vttsj_  ���������working.  "Judge Bartelmy wants htm." be exclaimed. "The Judge, the Judge! l-lou t  you understand'."  "Hoes he?" asked Brand with Uf-  mosi unconcern. *  Sylvester grew Impatient at bis father's employee who dared assume indifference toward his tamer's piny sou.  "I want to know where be Is." he  demanded. (  "Well. I-'can't' tell you." Brand rose  and stepped away, with Sylvester folio wing'him. ������  "1 understand that you are going to  publish something about the Judge  that's beyond tbe limit." said the sun.  "Possibly."   .  '���������Weil, this thing's gone 'ar enough."  ���������napped Sylvester. "In the absence ot  my father I forbid It.   Do you hear?"  Brand took up a bundle of proofs  nnd moved to the door,  i "I'm afraid I can't lake orders from  you," he said, and he stepped calmly  out into the composing room.  , Sylvester, nonplused, looked nlnttu  'uncertainly for a moment, Then, with  a sudden thought, he went to the tele-  ,phono.  : He placed the receiver at his ear.  I "Hello: Hello! I'm Mr. Rylvestei  iNolnn. Get me the linuse on the w|***������,  ,ploiise." An ofllce bov entered. "W'*;���������;"���������,  do you mean by trying to prevent i-r  i'mm coming up here?" asked yrrt-,",''  Nolan.  "My orderm,"  "You're discharged."   TIip boy grinned aiuiiHedly and hurried out.  "Hello! Hello!" continued Sylvester  nt the telephone.  GENESIS OF GULLIVER.  How the Famous Satire and Fantasy ���������  Came to Be Written.  When the Deanery of St. Patrick's  fell to Swift, he regarded it as a; recompense ill-proportioned to his deserts, and as a provision uncongenial  to his taste; but ho accepted it as ������  refuge; after the, wreck of all his_  hopes. He came to Ireland, then.'  filled with that hatred for her soil  which made him, in spite of the. accident of Irish birth, ever cling to  his English parentage; disappointed  with the result of all his efforts, his  weapon of satire sharpened by the  bitterness of political strife; and  hopeless of the fut\iro. The one .element of his genius which now overshadowed all others was its sarcastic  force; and that sarcasm found abundant food amidst his new surroundings. The glaring wrongs of Ireland,  the contemptuous indifference,., of.  English statesmen; the pettiness of  the circle around him; the waste, the  misery, the oppression���������all thoBe  burned into a spirit only too ready  to la.h itself into rage, and to wreck  its anger on the nearest victim. During nil these earlier years of Irish  banishment, he was in constant correspondence with those in England  whose genius was tho ono redeeming  feature of the time to him, hut who,  like himself, looked on the new  world around them with profound  disgust.  The first subject that drew him  back to activity was the wrong suffered hy Ireland. . . His indignation first found voico in a pamphlet  on tlio "Use of Irish Manufactures,"  . (,     and it presently sei'/ed on a still morn  In "this ymi. moth I available  tonic,  present hy  a  scan  er? I wain to speak io miller. I'm  ut the Advance olllee Hell's breaking  loose here, and I vvuiit lilm to come  down quick, Isn I hi������ thero* Where  Is he? KxpectliiH lilm nny mliinieV Oh!  Jump In o tin I  and come down,  will you V All  right.   Good!"  He hung up tho  ro cot ver nnd  walked swiftly  Into the hull to  leavo Die build  ������i������K.  Down* nnd  Brand entered the  little room,  "Then" is a big  lire In (J 11 n to n  -tinty' the former l!wild. ii "McHenry won't give  "Juuti> vi.;/ i<>nt,nil ������������������. (uu<|t( im j.vo  ���������"���������"������������������' "���������"��������� Kol to have It."  ������������������Thiit't* It     The pond mult always  mines in biinchi'K," snld Brand, showing IiIh dlHgiist.   "NVIuil else ymi got?"  \titll etiU, i"uv.������'*., {:_'.������������������ .-;;,-!.-!.��������� !.-! wltl)  n prose poem mi a dunce hall Hiilcute."  "M'-'f- wee it," The ihilliHglng editor  looked nt th*- -lory, mulling broadly as  he mil in.  "Shihi hHn hi"  I iii< '"iff ot lunviiril Dupuy wns (  heard nuimili- j  **l" Mr. Brand In there?"  "Here; vtni i-nti't go In there."' a j  vii)<e win ut-im! in ���������Aiiiniuu,imui Biaud .  lomied op i  ���������un. ve>4 l fan." wrm the cool re* !  *t|Miii-... aim l>n|iii) wH..'<ert in "Brand, I  jut. prim itnii iniinrf nl .nulge Bar-j  t.������n.i> ami youi |h������*mt'������������ km gtMxl a*'  tUmil" lit' lliii'Nlfeieti. |  Biainl Minin-it  "Oil   vteli irj |o ������tniggl. on,"  "The wiiiiie Uiiiiu w.ik a dirty pLec������  ol irit'Kery. mill ��������������������� <hii |ift������-.������ it.**  "iin intend ami prove it,*  "Wen ..rot-*- it wiii ti limed olcture.'*  diilous job in connection with the  copper coinage of Ireland. This guv  rise to the famous "Drnpier Letters."  Swift did not measure his words; hu-  lieHitiited at no exnggeriition; he left  his victims with no shred of defend*  or excuse, Out of their Riihterfngeg  he wreHted new and more damnatory  ch argot*; he rung thn changes on this  one topic through nvnry note of floret,,  denunciation and contnmpttimis snr-  casni; and for the first time lie roused, in nil its fury, thn envenomed  bitterness of a wruth thnt embraced  at once tlm racial antipathy of ages  nnd the political jealousy of the English colonists against their return  across the sea.  But this fight, however fierce and  exciting, could not employ the whole  force of Swift's genitiH, In his com-  punitive loiielirifhH and isolation,  other objoc's engaged liiin, His chief  iittnck must ho on human nature,  iuu! <!'.''��������� h-iin"-' r'"*"' titfiilnot which'  he wni?ed nn undvlng war; and ill-  health, melancholy, iliHconteiit, Inn.  ahsenee from fricii'ls, all coiiihinetl  to embitter the haired with which'h������  reirarded it,  Tt wac In such nttrroundlti"s, and  i*.;;::) .'������������������.'"h '"litiei thnt the "Trnvflf  of Gulliver" were* I'omni'Hi'd. and  (heir nuhlication, in 1721., followed  immediately uj������ou Swift's last visit  to London, nnd -treeeded hy a few  months the dentil ot Ste'hi.-~Sir  Henry Cruilc,  8pld������r Silk.  Pl-/.e for n\w. a tliread of uplder Bilk  Is number than a bar <ir steel ,\n  ordinary thread will bear a weight of  Hire* -.mill* This Ih as strong fu".ilit  ns a steel thread of the saiiie ihit-lc*  news.  A Lesson  In  Rowing.  Naturalists tell us that the male  animals and birds delight in impressing the female with either their  prowess or their beauty, but that is  not a failing which is peculiar to the  lower forms of; animal life. One;  **wifK_j~"*f"aTtFrTT6TT^  a large crowd was going'across to  Hanlan's Point, Toronto, and two  young couples were standing close to  the front of the ferry. They commented on many things until they  caught sight of a man in a row boat  who was evidently crossing from the  city.  "Oh, isn't he risky," said one of  the girls.  "Especially as he does not know  how to manage the boat properly,"  remarked the young man.  "I do not think it is brave to go out  when you cannot row. 1 think it is  foolish," said the other girl.  Then tlie young men proceeded to  give them an object lesson on rowing  by pointing out all the oarsman'*-  mistakes. They told how he could  have .caught the waves so as to make  .headway without danger to himself;  they saw many littlo things which  might have been improved upon, in  the wav ho handled his oars; in short,  the girls learned how not to row a  boat in a storm, and were duly impressed with tho knowledge of the  young men.  As they nenred the dock, the oarsman could he seen more plainly and  It was possible to distinguish his features. An old man who had been  listening to the conversation without  comment turned to the quartette at  this point. "Do you want to know  who the oarsman isP" he asked, "It  is, Eddie Durnan, one of tho throe  best professional scullers now living,  nnd ha may row very soon for the  championship of tho world."  "Intolllgont" Parrot,  During a visit to tho old homestead  In Western Ontario a Torontr* man  was inii-h interested in n parrot that  was the pride of his father, At  breakfast one morning tho elder gentleman had the door to tha kitchen  opened, and they could then di..  finely hear "Polly" calling out,  '"Put,- you're n hnd dog! You're a  iTory. Int.   You'll ho whipped!"  "Thnt'B n very Intelligent bird,"  snld the father nrnudly, "Polly un*  derstnnds everything wo say to hor,"  "Where's this dog Put that Polly  Is .coldinu'F" iif-ked the son. "I'd  like to see Put."  "Oh, Pat hns hocn dond for two  yours," explained dad.  "Well," wild "tho son. "that's a  ���������verv intelligent bird'���������talking to u  dog that hns been dead two years."  Jumping up quickly and shutting  tho door, the father whispered, "But  wo haven't told Polly yet."  Tho Rotort 3tln.ln(..  Tilt'V re   It-iiing  ������   good   nlt-i y   of   tt  Toroni.-* man who in fond of the eup  thnt inebriates and that Is supposed  to oliC'-r,  A hut tender in on. of the hotels nt  whlgji this mnn "gets his moisture"  noticed that the customer was ppur-  ing itn t-xci-t-tiiuf-o p-m-iuua -.lUauUtj'  of whiskey into n highball glim*.  "You  'itight to go into the hotel  'business.' remarked the bartender.  "Why!*" nf-ked tho ciu-tomcr,  "Well, I think you ought to go into  thU hiihin.-vs." snld the man behind  the bar.    "I'm  onr.  you'd mnko   n  I hucccsk  of   keeping  hotel,"  "Mow do yr.u make that, out?" ask-  | ed thr heavy drinker, who was a  trifle afraid that the other mnn wo*  I tryin. to "put it ever" him. *  1 "Why," answered ihe tin-lender,  j "you f.ini buy thi* i-tuff .o much  chenper th-.n vie can."  Chirm* Soy. ,  Chlnct-c ������oy ,,or beau sauce Is th#;  Lonclun Police "T.*t������.  ...   i .... ,, , Only twenty ot every hundred can-  main wtwUntnt ot .he u-ell known  <,���������,���������,������  tor   ,|ie   Unda,      |jffl  |ore���������  wince* utMHl wllh im-Hi-4. and II is ������|.  h1t ,ucw.������*mi ,n rmiint the entrance  ported In large nitantltle- u>iii to lid* <.x nun nnt ion.  rope and to the United Stutci*. ('  jowett:s maxims.  ��������� ���������    ,]-  Professor's   Eleven   Rules  Contain  ���������  Sound Code of- Action.  Principal   Jowtjtt's   eleven   maxims  have been called the "Balliol Scheme  of Life," and many an Oxford mail \  has used thorn with advantage.   Jow- ���������  "'It,   in   this   group  of  "Aluxuus  for j  Statesmen and  Others,"  sumined up j  his practical philosophy of life���������and  ho was one of lhe wisest philosophers  of his day Hero are his eleven saying..  of power;  1. Never quarrel.   *.*  2. Never explain.  3. Never hate.  4. Never  fret.  5. Never disappoint. ,  6. Never fail.       ^  '    7. Never fear.  8. Never drudge.  9. Never spare.  10. Never tell.  11. Never detract.  It is obvious that any statesman  carrying out these rules must infallibly be great. It is just as obvioas  that any "others" who follow them  will be living toward success. Lord  Curzon, whose rise has been remarkable, and Mr. Asquith, are both  ci edited in England as living by tnc-.e  eleven maxims, and the "Balliol spi:  it" is known in many quarters  tnrough .lesser. examples.  Two of them,, perhaps���������numbers 2  and {)���������are suitable for statesmen only.  1 u ordinary life many must and ougnt  to explain seeming i_iistai.es, and  where public affairs are hot involved  ougnt to spare those who are in the'  wrong. Tne lule, "Never drudge," is  one of the best, The"young".man who  puts full spirit into every task and  ���������i ..uses' to consider anything as drudgery, is bound to rise. Tne hiau  who neither quarrels nor detracts,  who frets at nothing, who re.  iust_._, to hate > anybody ��������� he" is ieui-  bodi'ed-jpowei, for he ,has conquered  tne .worst possible obstacles in his own  career. A sound/philosophy. of lift:  lies ia these twenty-two wbrds-raud  any young person, anywhere, caii us.  UA.ui io advantage. ,_"', "''���������.  A  Memorial to  Florence Nightingale.  ���������The spontaneous desire on the pat;.  of.itne British .nation.in.general, an j  ���������the "uieclicai and nursing prokssiou in  ���������jarticular, to commemorate the _er-  vices rendered -by Hhe "Lady with tne  ���������Lamp"'in'a' suitable manner will probably find aa outlet in more than one  direction. A national memorial needs  .careful thought and full consideration  before its details" can be accepted. .  '���������-.'-���������'Vve have no doubt," says The Hospital, ''tiiat some such memorial will  oe. raised-in tne near future, for Mis.  N~i!'"fti"rrgai^  carried out, without parade, advertisement, :or agitation, runs a risk of  being forgotten by the rising generation to wnom she is but a name. To  those that know her history and- thu  _tory of her life, no such memorial is  necessary, for it, is found in the sue  cess of her endeavors to raise tne  standard of hospital and private nursing in this country.' Nothing can detract from the obligations nude:-  which she has laicl/the nation at large,  and no monument of brass or-marbie  can add to the glory that surround**  her memory; or increase the reverence  with which her name "is regarded by  those who. know, her and her work.  But i't is hotwithstanding,' desirable  that���������"������,. pernionent tribute of resp'ec.  should ho paid to the great lady'! is it  too much to liopo that we may yet see  the'1 establishment of a Nightingale  Association which -Will have ns it. oh  ject the furthering of the high ideals  the 'Lady with tho Lamp' had before  hor during her eventful life? Tlit  time is opportune for the founding of  such an organization, and it is more  than likely that it will li'iivo' a wide  scope of usefulness whon established."  A Persevering Authoreas,  Mrs. Hodgson Burnett, the well-  known auUioross, used to-write store*  ut a vory curly n,go, but her. ui'fort.-.  wore not well received by tiie vnrioiu  members of her family. At Inst sin  determined to send one ol **or tales  to nn oditor, unknown to nny of her  relation**. ,Postage, however, was ilea.'-  in thoso days, and tho anxious gin  did not know how to gel hor pruciou*  innnusci'ipt forwarded. At, hint slej  conlidi'd in n littlo negros. of her acquaintance, who hood thought of n  way out of the difliculty, She advised  tho budding authtiress to gather wil.;  fruit, which she promised to go nml  coll in the tdioott* of Knoxvillo, Ten  iiesseo; and with the money riiiiwd  in this fashion tlie story wiw eventually diMpntoh'-d to Pliiliidelphin, where  it wuh duly puhlishod.  Positively Awful  Concerning tho discovery by Sir William KnuiHiiy, thd proHidont-olect of  tho British Association, of now gases  in tho atinosphero which led to hU  interesting hi vein lions regard ing the  txistnnco of argon, Lndy HnuiHtvy tolls  mi aiuu-dng anecdote, She was explaining to a frlondnll nbout it, whon  the friend exclaimed; "I am horrified  -Ui loam that I hnvo been breathing  thin thing nil, my lif-*. without knowing  it, 1 consider it positively awful " It  id prohnhly news to ninny jmoplo Unit  Sir VVillinni hns not confined nil hii*  iiLIlilif-'  tf'  ''eieiifo      .\n  neennipH<ih.>d  HrnTUiHt. he linn delitjhtnd French und  tiertt an xoeicties hy ->puiikiiut <*-��������� tlicni  in thoir own languages, lie in ul.*x* an  pccomplluhed niuHieiiiii and a  writni  of song.. '    '  Tnlllne h Groat Rell.  | The areut hell nf St. Ptiul'fl. Lon-  I don, i������ never tojlfd excepting.nt the  death nnd lutier'nl of a member of  the roynl fnnilly, the iirchhii-hop of  Canterbury, the dean of .Canterbury,  the bit-hop of London, the dean of St.  Pnul'M niul the lord mayor, hIihiiUI hn  die dining bin mayoralty. Only the  chipper und not the hell is moved  when it itt tolled.  Her Savlnei.  "I'm no glad you told me to keep  account**, llonry," hIic Raid. "I have  | just hen going over them, nnd 1 flnl  thnt  I  huve saved  $200 in the  la���������t  three month*." *  "(iood!" ho exclniincvl. "Where's  the money?"  "Oh, I hnven't Mfli the money," ahe  answered, "but tlnr* account*' show thai  I havo saved it ju������t the Mt:ue."  PUNCH IS DISAPPEARING  HUNCHBACK   AND    HIS   SPOUSE  NOT SO FREQUENT NOW.  Tho Merry Scoundrel Whose Habit oS,  ��������� Avoiding His Troubles by Killing,  His Critics .Has Endeared Him to  Children Is Still Seon About ne  London Streets���������Two Men Run the  Show���������Rsward  Is In Coppers.  About some of tiie bystreets of London, inouj_li not .0, a. .uenuy as in>  past yeiii.,, we _u-iy'_ still see "ino traveling exhibii.-.i or sliow which goes-  by tne name o'f Punch.and Juuy���������au-\  older name for it-was Punciiinello���������  this puppet tsnow, for such it is, being;  the iast remaining ,of several which.-,  used to draw together crowds by day  or iiigut.   Illustrations saow an evening performance of Punch and Judy  hi up by a parafh.e lamp, but thi.i.-.  rather uncommon, except, indeed, at> .  some country fair, where the show ia. *  ou_.v>i i.,i_ jj.jju.ur e.viiiO.LiJix.i.    iwo  persons,   mostly   botn   men,  take  the  Puncli and Judy show about,, living*  u^/on -tne  ehan.e  contributions  tbey*  get froin the onlookers, seldom obtaining silver coins. , .  There is a story, however, that a-  rich lady living in a London suburb*  wag so fond of seeing Punch and Juuy  that if sue h.aro at a distance the  funny "rooti-toot" or otner sounds announcing us approach sue sent out n- ���������  servant to tcli tiie men tliey migiu-  perform in front of her pouse. \vneu-  they Had nnisned .the lady often ga\e-  them food, aiwafys a iianu_oine prese.it  iu money.  It was the business of one man to-  move the ligures and carry on a talk  between them, cnanging nis voice is-  best he could, and some ot the Punc.i  and Judy showmen have been rather-  clever at this. Punch is tne leading:  character", of course, and, as the writer' of a quaint poem upon this street  aniusen.ent remarks, if he is not animated he is animating. Certainly the-  doings of Punch always cause excitement among tne juvenile portion ���������)' ,  the onlookers, one of his peculiarities-  being u,a iv.^ia cnau.e fro.n kisse.'  to tiiunips. btanding in front, tlie-  other man blows the wooden pipes or  ���������mouth organ before the show, or perhaps while it is going on he keeps tie.  children at a proper distance and collects what money the crowd pleases to-  give him.  Then there is the dog, a live per-  -for_iter.--Or-Toby-generally-appears-ou���������  the scene, though sometimes  we  sec- ���������  a, Punch and Judy  show which ha.  no   dog.     Long   since,   early   in   the-  eighteenth century, there was a person named Powell, who used to show  his puppets in the piazza at Covent-  Garden, London, and, besides a dog,,  he  nad   .tfverai   trained  birds,  s_.ai-  rows and chaffinches; also a pig. Ihis-  pig, we rend, was to be seen danci-ig  ���������with Punch,' but surely it must have  been quite a small one!,  But what does, Punch represent'-"  Guesses have been many, but it seein-t-  very likely that Punch is Uife fool of.  English life in the middle ages; who-  was dressiJu in -clothes of various col-  cis and had bells or large knobs hanging upon his attire. At one time he;  wore n hood. Afterward this wa.  changed for n cap,' and he had the-  crest or comb of a cock, so that In*  was sometimes called a "cockscomb.''  And it appear, that former1:/, be-  _ides Punch in this show, there was-  another male lieure which represented  Harlequin, The behavior of Punch in  till.   |/_iri|-JHlWI_.   W'llb  US Of  tliu   roilgii  UMinner.** and conduct common n eon<-  tury or two ngo, but now happily  'much diminished ��������� After uiiiiiy net* of'  violence' to the baby, to Judy, to tho  ihteiposing'..policeman and others he-  ends hi.-, cni'tior by being hanged o.i-  the gallows,  Old-Tims Skippers.  Tlie Mnglisli senfaring men wero*  trniiiod to the survitso' in tho service  itHulf. Their lonsons were those of  duty front'tho nink.of nubin-boy. to-  that of inimtui",' Such i*. school wns-  likely to turn out men of cllkiioncy,.  but not of extensive learning. Int?  hi. hook, "The Hontnneo of thn*  Count," Mr. Junius Kuiiciiiiiin has-  gntliered Home *itorlen,of tkicso wo<'-  fnies.  A man who could neither rend nor  write would.tnko his vomiol without n  inistiiki.' front port to jwirt., Tho lights-  on the const wore bin only hooks, an.I  Wis one intclloctunl oxurciso .consisted.  1n calculating tliu set of tho ebb nnd  thn lloud. With nil tho phuiiouioim  that he was used to observe,in his or'  dinnry life, ho could iloul' promptly  und Hngiieiouiily, but lUiything now  tended to disarrange hi-, mind,  When stcnniont  wero flrpt ordered  to carry rod and green sido-lights, with-  n high white lignt hung forward, an>  old  sea enptnin saw tno inynluriou.-i  colored   circles   coining, down   upon  him.  Ho did not utidornlrmtl this now  thing, and hi. taoiiltion beeunio.cou-  ftihod.    Ho    shouted,   "Hard  d-stii:*'  hoard I    Wo'U   bo   into  u   cheinist'u-  slioii."  Another rnnstor who hnppcnod to-  have u iiu-suro oNciiiin. w������'il }*> ln-af  .���������j ���������/i.'^.'iil.'jj' lecture cm nMronomy. TI-"*'-  wns much troubled hy whnt he hoard,  rind explained hiu porploxity with  great fueling. "Tho man told the lot  of us," hu said, "that tho world turned  round and  round; but  1"cannot  < iii..        l, ,.        tin. ���������  UUll������:tnii<Ui"i    uv y     ������m.   <..������.!.    ������v-       '.,���������  llntter'-i  Uock  hns  beon  thoro over  binee 1 enn mind."  Clear Air,  Thn  nir  in  so  clear at  Aroqttlpn,  Peril,  thnt  from  tho observatory nt  thut phtoe, fl.flOO feet, above the ten, ft  1 black c.'ot one inch in dliiriuler plrtc������  i ed on n white 'ttl.uk hnft been seen on  j Mount ('IwiHifini, a distance of eleven  I mile**,  through  a  tliirt;������n*iiich  tolo*  I "������COp<".  One Way to Rest.  ] There U nothing that will rent you  \ pc. (luii'l.ty iu to .it on a etMlgltt hack  < j*hnir nnd, liftrnf tho feet from the  floor, push them out in front of yot*  ,n* Inr nn -.Kwsible, atrolch tho nrm.������  'put lb* head bnck, o|������n the- tuoutb-  "vide aud make, youmli yawu. .*_k
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him.   His valuable   advice   will
-cost- y ou-nothing. ^	
BOX 215.      NEW YORK CIT.Yi
"    A   Reward  of  Merit    ,_r .
..Bank Teller (to lady * deposi.oi.b-
VVill you take it as presumptous,
madam, if T*offer you these roses?
."i_ut 1,don't know you, sir."
���\ "Iain aware'bf that, but you are the
only one of  your sex  that  ever endorsed a check on the right, end."
' Awarded Fi'r.t* Prize'-at World '_ Exposition on its Work and, Methodh-
Catalogue Free.   .\ddre��.  >�� "*'      _
WINNIPEG BL.SINE.SS COLLEGE.
Cor. PorUro ^yp.>_,Fo"rt S,t..;\yinoipc8
Enjoyment
tonight may mean suffering;"tomorrow, but not if your stomaph,
liver, -und bowels are , helped
to do their .natural work by
BEE-CHAM'S
PILLS
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited..
Gentlemen,���I have used MINARD'S
LINIMENT on my vessel and in my
family for years, and for the every
ciay~ins*~and"accidents- "o_"".life,~I~con-
sicler it has no equal.
I would not" start on a voyage without it, if it cost a dollar a bottle.
..     CAPT.-'F.-R. DESJARDIN,
Schr. "Storke," St. Andre, Kam-
ouraska.
The Result :
"What is the- meaning- of .this expression two to one?" ,������ ���
, "Frequently when two getjnarri^
one gets a divorce."
ASK YOURSELF ~~
THESE QUESTIONS.
And..Find Out  If You   Have  Kidney
Disorders. Also Make This Test.
Have you pains in the back over
the kidneys?
��� Have you urinary disorders?
��� ��� Do you suffer   from    severe'   headaches, dizziness or defective eyesight?
Is the skin dry and harsh?.
Are ..you   failing   in" health "and
strength  .and suffering- from   >rheu-
. 'niutic pains or swelling, of the limbs?
These are a few of the symptoms of
kidney disease, and here is the test.
If the urine, after ���'standing for
twenty-four hours is cloudy, milky or
has particles floating about in-, it, or
if there is a sediment in tfie bottom of
the vessel, -your kidneys are diseased.
There is no time kflose in beginning the use.of Dr. Chase's, Kidney
and Liver Pill's. Delay mean�� the development of Bright's' Disease, and
^ou:_do_n_o_tjvant_to___t_ake_anyjcha_rices
with that". Dr. "Chase's-"'-Ki'dncy-and
Liver Pills wiir;bj_lp y.QM 'more quickly than any oilier treatment you.-can
obtain, and that is .one reason why,
thev are so successful and 'popular.
Mr. W. H. Mosher, Squth'Aiujustn, [every
Orenville county,    Ont.,'    writes:���"1
used  Dr.  Chase's  Kidney  nnd  Liver
Pills and firmly believe-..-there is no
medicine    to    equal, them.      I   -was
"Do you think buttermilk will prolong one's life, Colonel Soaksby?"
"Ahem! - 1 have no doubt,,[Miss
Plumber, that if-a person had to drink
buttermilk "evoiy. day. it-, would make
life . seem longer."���Biimiugham . Age-;
Herald. ..	
��� The less important fi thing is tlie
more fuss the avon.go woman makes
over it.
Bold Everywhere.
; ���''*..-
.' ..". *>
In boxee tfle,,.
EASTERN CANADA
Daily 'during December,      .1 mouths
��� limit,   Stop over privileges,
via
ST.  PAUL OR  DULUTH, CHICAGO
and
WW-
iB^*.*"*-
WHOLE, FAMILY
;���-���    WAS AFFLICTED
BUT  DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS   RE-
'-STORED ALL Ta-tf-ERFEOT,
HEALTH. ;  .. .
FOOT-BAUER'S BAD KNEE
HEALED.
ZanvBuk Once. AgaJfi'-^he .Only Curel
Mr. H- Allison, o& 457. King Street,
London, Ont., says: ."While a mein-
"bcr of the East Kent Division Football Team, "and during a~ rough .and
exciting gafne of football. I fell on
the hard gravel, sustaining a .badly-
lacerated knee. This required prompt*
medical attendance,-as sand and'.grav-
el filled the open wound, -which, was
very painful and sore. , >..-'.   .-
"For several weeks the doctor treated my injury, and it was thought to
be well healed over; but no sooner
had I begun to move about than the
skin broke, and I" suffered more than
at first. For seven long, weeks I was
actually laid up. It. then ��� developed
into a running sore, and I was alarmed for fear the result might be a permanently stiff knee. ��� ���' The doctor's
treatment, failed to. heal the wound,
so I procured a supply of.Zam-Buk.
"It was almost magical in its. effect
on the sore. . The discharging soon
ceased. The soreness and pains were
banished, and perseverance with Zam-
Buk made the badly-lacerated knee as
good and firm as ever. Zam-Buk has
no equal in 'clearing and Jiealing open
wounds, and I recommeiyl it to.^all
athletes and sportsmen,.',_ .���..
Zam-Buk will also tye found 'a 'sure-
cure for cold, sores, chapped hands,
frost bite, ulcers, eczema, blood-poison, varicose sores, piles, scalp sores,
ringworm inflamed patches babies'
eruptions and chapped places, cuts,
burns, bruises and skin injuries generally.    All druggists and stores sell
���A circus 'nifln recently ordered a
large advertisement poster of Ms show-
to be printed, and objected because
there was so' much, clear sky in it.
"I ain't' a-'goin' to ' advertise the
skyjr" he said to the lithographer. "1
paid you to advertise mv show, Draw
a/few camels and stick them up in the
['egveijly blue. I ain't a-goin' to 'ave
i.ll that good space run to waste."
Mlnard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
- Soon after the. arrival of the first
baby his wife- went upstairs one evening and found him gazing earnestly at
'-the child. She. was touched by the
sight and tears, filled her eyes. Het
arms stole' softly" around "his nock as
she rubbed her cheek caressingly
aerainst his, shoulder. He started
slightly at the touch.
"D'irling," he murmured dreamily,
"it is incomprehensible to me how
they pet such a crib- as that for 99
cents."���The World's Work.
MADAM JOSEPH LIRCTTE
No. in George St., Sorel, Que.
"For seven years   I   suffered  from
womb disease and dreadful torturing
pains, and 1 had constant Dyspepsia and *
Chronic Constipation���the latter so bad
that sometimes I went ten days without
.etion of thq bowels.   Six different doctors treated me and for a year I was in
bed,  constantly  facing  death.    Then
my husband coaxed me to try "Fruit- -
.-fives " and this medicine, and nothing
else, cured me and saved my life." '
���  'Signed) Mmc. JOSEPH LIRETTE.
50c. box���6 for $2.50�����"* tr*a* bo***"
25c���at dealers or from Fruit-a-tive*
Limited, Ott.wa.
I TREAT
CATARRH
at~50cT""box*;..'.'or"*'p_st,L free" frorrr'Zani-
Buk Co., 'Toronto,;, upon*- receipt of
price. >Yoii 'a'r_'"warned against harm-
pr
fu)
the?
against narm-
iimta.k.n's' and' substitutes.      See
registered   name  "Zam-Buk"   on
package bcfqre buying.
Poor' Stuff
Miss   Itonolcighjr-jDid   you   get  the
���was 1 volume ot Jhsenylosent you through
troubled   for .years  with' kidney  die-, the \nnils.. ..,       ...iC* ,
eas-e,  and' 'this   treatment  has  cured!    Mrs.   Stuffy.���I  did.;.     But  it  was
mo,'    When f-began the" use of these?: marked "Third Clas.s'-'Mfltter," and I
pills I could only walk:from my bed.didn't thipk.it Couldu-be    anything
to>a> chair., Now I can go to the field, wjof.th looking at
a**Sl  work like  any  other  man,    Dr '
Cease's Kidney and Liver Pills arc an j
excellent medicine."    This statement '**���
is   certified   to   hy,  the   Rev.   F<.   H
Kmctt, Baptist minister, of Brockvillo., nitlnll,��� jr-a   ,__.���,���    ��� t^���l -r
r.���f ,      ��� l tulokly stops coughs, cures colds, heal*
1.'     t    ��t   ni   *      ��    t." 1 it- I   tt,e   *hr0B* und   llun��s-   '     '    '   2S ���""><������
Dr. A. W. Chase s Kidney and Liver I , ____J	
Pills, one pill a dose, 2*i cents-a box
Shilohs Cure
c   ���
nt nil dealers or Fdni'.ps.pj'; Batps &).      .
Co., Toronto. Thn portrait', and signn- -l1HOf|
turo of A. W. Chrt... iVl.D., ,'tlie'famous Receipt
every(hox
toot i 01)
tut. s;'
Do  you' think   "airships   could  he
effectively ��� in warfare-?"   '   ���
'hey mfglrt." replied \\\a sceptical
���eipt   Book  'nUtlior, , are   oh* P*'"����.    liJ:^0 .'*-. n]ar. *.wl,th l\ h}}lc
ox, ,.-Those, nro for your pro-!��"{\. on nnd ]\t'.lnip;, on his head, 1 m
'against imitations and suhsti-, ��'�����������!? to bot nW ���*1,onny ������<-�� fl Pollct!-
iiiian.
'if.ttt
Thet piiible TracK' 'Route.
;,. Reduced Ftii'i'H for
Steamship  Passengers,
'   November 11th  to Dei'i'tubi'i-    "list,'
F-lvo months limit,   Write   for   full
pnrticuliii'ti and dcHcriptivi- piim]ihlut,
A. E. DUFF,
���'���Qonoi-al Agonl, I'liHHi'iigi'r Dcpt.
RoproHontiilivo for nil Stcaiiiship LinoH
and Cook's Tour..
2(10 .Portnf.il Ave.        ���        Wlttnlpopf.
A givl tinderstnndH men so well ho-
cntiHo hIio protends not to.'.,
Father,, Mother and .(Daughter    after
years of'sufforlng' are.mado healthy
. and hnpp'yi'liy great CVfiadian Kldnoy Romqrty.jjf,,- ��� *'���,"'.'    ' ���
HU: Loon  Standon,  Doi'chostor Co.,
Quo,  (Special).-/That Dodd's Kidney
Pills huve no ' cc|unl   'as, ii   family
iiH'dii'iiii'   in  pi'oy.ed- conciluHivoly   liy
the Hlatoiiii'iit of All*. C.ii'i)i'ge..LliLMi.4'(ii'l*
a- wi'll-luiown 'ri'.tiilcnt; of' thii*( pllibc",
IMh Htiiteiiiont given  for  pubTicntioii
ih:   ��� .   .      -
"Fur twelve yenvs   I  had  pains in
lhe small of my back. My hend would
uolin nnd  my mii'nfk's would'('Vniiip.
JJotkl,'*. Kidney Pills curod did,
"M<,vVlw'ife, wn. trouhli'd with Kidney-
Ditii'iiHi,',., .Dodd's Kidney  Pill,-* curod
|iV,i-, ;;,,    * '���.'���' .
'' '!M,v l'ittlr>4.ii'l 'Iind norvoits trouhlor
Sh'i't '.wa'A '-ho, had, tlmt she could lint
kcophe'rvhiindK nnd feet quiet. Dodd's
Kidney.Pills cured her."
' Ih it nny wonder thnt Mr, Liicdhho
iH   HllOlllillg   tlll\     ptll|,H(!-4     of     DoiIiI'm
Kidney Pilk He hii. leiivned thremph
I'.vpi'i'ionce ns���;lia\"ii'' thoiiHiinds of
iitlnvr Cniindiiins Ihat.-'Dnild'H Kidney
Pill* ciii'o Kidney Djhviinii no mutton
where ft' iijipcnrH, or in" what form it
iH found,, ��� nnihlVKMuty PUIh Hhould
iilwaytl-ffinil 11 plncicj tn.*- tho*' firnily
inmlii'llin I'liost,     ,.,-;,;* ���     ���
Koop Still    ,;    . !
1 Tlio man who can never,.think ofi
the right thing to say 'at the,right;
time enn help some by' making 11;
violent "effort at solf-control nnd j
keeping still.���Soinorvil-lo ^T.ournnl.   ..-.-j
* 'f'n hnvn tho children���",' souiid nnd 1
licnltliy is the first cnrivof n niothor, j
Thoy .'cannot' bo healthy if troubled ;
with woniih. Uh(! .Mother Grmvos.'-!
Worm Exl-'i'ininntor..
GOOD HEALTH
FOR YOUNG GIRLS
What is Needed is the Rich,
Red Blood Dr. Williams'
PinK Pills Actually
MaKe.
Perhaps you have already noticed
that your daughter in her "teens"
has-developed "a" fitful"" 15mpeT7"is"*rest"r
less vand excitable. In that case remember that the march of years is
leading her-on to womanhood, and
at this ' time a groat responsibility
rests upon you as parents. If your
daughter is pale, complains of weakness and depression, feels "all tired
out" after a little exertion; if she
tells of headaches, or backaches, or
pain in the side, do not disregard
these warnings. Your daughter needs
help for she is most probably nnuo-
mic���that is, bloodless.
Should you notice any of "those
signs, lose nn timo, but procure Dr.
Williams' Pink' Pills, for her unhealthy girlhood, is bound to load io
unhealthy womanhood, Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills enri/ph impoverished blood
and hy doing so thoy repair waste
ilnd prevent disease... Thoy give lo
���sickly, drooping girls, health, blight-
noss and charm, with color in the
chocks, bright oyos, a lightness of
stop and high spirits, A ense typical of-thousands cured through the
uso of Dr. Willinms' Pink Pills is
thai of Miss . Grace Cunningham,
Winnipeg, Man., whn*snys; "I roally
eiinnot-i miy enough in praiHo of Dr,
Willinms' Pink Pills, ns thoy have
mndu 1110 fool like �� now i*ij'l, I wn.
pale niid nlmost bloodless and think
For 'Hani d.j.. It joa do not wl.h to eootlun^ oo��ta 700
Bothies.-1 uu tretlluc uUrrh, Mow, He_d Naiui, and
Ear IrwitilM, with * rcmarkaW. n��w treatment. I waul la
(.nd acourio o( thi. traatm.nl with two l_itr_m*ot�� toeracj
���nIT.r.r, hy mail, all chare.. |>r.rald. ttlry l-��da...
, Sen. no innn.T.   Write for my tn j Cm trial trwlmaat la.
day, clvlnt full description, of yonrcaM. f
Br. W. O. COrFtEB,   D��pt. *��������*   Dm Melnes. low*.
Dominion Express
ffoncy Orders �����
foreign Cheques
1
art payable all over the World.
Absolutely the best way
to remit money by mail.
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES ISSUED
Mdnay sent by Talsgrnph ���nd Cable
���Foreign Money bought and-eold.���
Hates fer Money Order*
$5 and under  ���      ,       I c.ntt
Over   B to $10        .      .       E    "
"     10 to    SO        .      .     10    "
"     10 to   GO .      .     It*    "
On Salt m all Can. Pae. Ry. Stations.
I'M I
''!
:."\v
hns,
Uni","
"Ho dooK.
splondidly,'1
'11! 11 n awfiil'Vohl your htithnnd
Ho (.'..mghs nnd "snoozes all th**"
hut U n)��in.soa the
-Smii'iro,
Imhy
Thoro in.-morn Cnlnrrli in thin-boo-
lion of tho country thnn nil othor di*,-
o-ihos put topollior, and until tho,lust
few .yrOirs'wim Hiippimi'd to ho Incur-
nhjo... l-'or ii grout innny yoni'H dnotnni
anauanan
', 1 ���    ' * I*
"I am plooflod to Inforim you tlmt
1'havohw.n cured hy OuOkturli' Bonn
nnd Ointment. . Binco I ms a hoy j
havo HuffortSd ^Ilh dnndrulT, nol, only
from- tho itching but from it. (Mh-
nftrcoaWonpnonrnnct) in a Rcnly form
all ovor my head. I hnd to briml* it
off my d'lothoH ull dny lonpf, I tiHt-d
���ovory kind of preparation RiippoHcd
to, ourn dnndrulT, nlHO Honps nnd
Bhampoost but It Roomod to mo Hint,'
iiHtoad of Improving \v||,h thouo roni-
odlow, tho (UindrvrJT 'Itipronw-d,"oven
my.linlr began (o fallou(,. au,d tlio,
rnulflt..,  wni]H.tf_ltnlM<4u//4*ft".CI*/,��llku   'inr/\
Canadian Pacific
ANNUAL
EASTERN   CANADA
EXCURSIONS
Low Round Trip Rates to
ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND
MARITIME PROVINCES
Tickets on anle Doc. 1 to Deo, 31, inclusive, good  to return within three
month..
Tickets   issued   in   connection   with
Atlnntic Steamship    will    ho on Hnlo
fiom Nov. II,   and   limited   to   flvo
months from date of issue.
'ob'ii'litutioiuir disonso,   nnd .therefore
reO'ti'niH     oonstilutionnj    .treatment
Hln 'Sudden 'Suspicion
"Idiiinoelot,"  murmured  the mnid,
"I .wj.sh ymi would join our church,'"
"MiW.t-.l," J...'-rr.-* 11...-j-,'.,.}.; "iU���
(hut monn thnt you don't wwit, mo to
hn iinythitiK hut ii, brother to"yon!*"
ITiill's Oi't'irrh Quro, miniufncturod
Ky P. .1, (Ihoney h Co,, Toledo,Ohi'o,
"N (no nulv co'iHtitutiomil cure on the
.market     It " IA   taken   .tntornnlly   in       ��� ������������, ���,     ���,������ VHMUIlia
doses, from 10 drops to a. 1on��poonful. ^m hn u��od hv mo nnd all thoso ni-ni*
It nets directly on the blood and nine- to #,' I,"*U[,,aIso 'add that I "will
mis HUi'fnooB of the system. ,Tlio,v,*offor   nlwaytrum) uutlcura Ointment u Jl
 e ��� :. (.ratlfyliiK
rosiiltfl for I hnd mod' bnlv one hoy
of Cutloiirft Oliitnieii.t inula hIii��1o
oako of Ciitloiifai'Sonp wlioi. I "whir
oured, tho oer/etna and dandruff woro
��on�� and my head perfectly clenr,
"I can nflHiiro you thnt so lonn ns
,1-livei no othor nonp than Cutioura
one hundred dnllnr;*  for any, pi\ho it   itelV\{PL!*!!r,lIii.r^!fm.''J'"*'
fails In euro.     ' '      *"'"*"    -���>-���  ������� -������ *���
tnoltmnnhilo,;   Addrorm
V. ,1, O'tonoy ���,"*_ On,#,To)o(liS.,.,01��*Jp�� fnwr;W'*Thlrtv?l'^ 'nfiiridinff."' T
Mild hv Ortiifuihtrt, \m\, , ,, , :-vyijl.Ut.Jiiappy. to M\ any ono of my
Toko HiiII'h Fniiiil-y.Tills for do'itsli-, iMporlcnoo. In order to iWHlnt thoso
       ,,.   ,.        ,.,        .    .       thntyoii
Send for cifciilnrHiilid   B,''��,ll*d "now *->' my orn mid Ifmin ,
nwi tor ciruunrH iiiki  <|��,irP(Kjpu myxm this iw.a'fc
jlltlMlllml >llK^>,l.-Omt��   ft'UIH   u  oui-
���"inost equiprno'ut. Stnndard first
that on airnvoM|_o:T'mi8_ed'atl.ast:^l,1>iH '����* Tourist Sleopint,' Cnrs nnd
threo school -sossionH a week, h,0 Dmi.ng. Oiu-h on all Through Trains,
cause I felt Hko a'broken down per- Compiirtmont,'- Lihrnry . Observation
son,   iind  too  weak ,to  do  iinythinu. tin- on 'Mmiiorinl Limitod.'
Tlio doctor's mediciiVo T.took did lit-   '    ..'.._"      ��� '
tin more thnn lc.-fcp.nu* in bono; it, 3-THROUGH .EXPRESS TRAINS ..DAILY���3
certainly did  not euro mo,    Then .1 -,'m ���""���         ���	
wns    advised  lo  tnko* Dr.  Willinms* j       THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"
loaves WinnipoK daily at 22.10k, innk-
in-,' connections   nt   Toronto   for   nil
point-' Mast nnd WoHt I hereof,
Tho "Imporinl Limited" Ion von Winni
I'"), daily at (J'.M;, nnd the '���Atlantic
Expr.68"* nt lil.OOk daily. iniikiiiK con-
nections  at  Montreal   for  nil  points
Must thereof.
Apply   nt   the   non rest  0,1\H.   Agent
for full Information
thoy soon  iiuule ino
person.    Dny by dny
pation.
--T
W *
No oetier cigarette the world over than
"Ilnve you a pliiy for ))ext.s,(-iiHon
led the low'eiiiuediiin.
P'
i .'!.*}>'o." miKwered thi. iiittivun'ri'-'������ ���
,��,*"\Y��'ll,"  continued   the  low  come-.
iliiiii, "l can put ynu. next, to sonio.-;
tliiiur that will draw well,'" ' !
"What In il?" uuerled the binniitfor.:
"A nnmtnrd-plnster," nnswored the,
other,'as ho iiinde a hurried departure.;
j    A ooiikIi is often the forerunner of
I xeriouw    pulmonary     nfllietions,   ' yet
| there is �� siinple    rnro    within' tlio j
I rench of nil in Hieklo's Antl-CVifiHunut-,
1 live  Svrup,  nn  tild-time  nnd  widely
! reoomiizod remedy, which, if re.torfed i
S to nt th** Inception of n coli|,'-,vill in-j
] vnrinbly pive reliif, and l��y overcom-j
i imr the trouble,    j-uard    lite   nyMfem'
ifrnm-nny Heriou** consequences.   1'rlen;
25 cent*, nt nil denier*. I
'���who may bo .ufTarlni. from thn mntno
idiBeaW'   (HiRned)   J. Aorvkpo,
i     ���   OtMiernl ("oininiHsion Merehnnt,
I      ��� *<""no Pearl St., Now York.
i*^��llr>��t And mo*t fmnomltiti ifmiiiifiit (or
iltctilim, hurnins, if��ly humnr* nf IiiIoiiik, dill-
tlrrn n-i'l -uiulli. An In Ihlt raw, n mnulr nI i.
l��>n>-i Humrknt,' fiolrt tliroimimiii ilu* witIiI,
jlloiiilM I'niirr DruB A ('hem. Corp., IH'Mwi,
U, H. A��� for 32-p��M t-'iillftira lluuk <n> troll*
Itnont oi fikfii nml w��lp imittloim.
Pink.,Pllln, nm
fo��l like n now
I i-ninod Htreii(.tli nnd .color, iind 1
liMVOi.vnur moilit'ino'In Minnl* for1 it."
Dr. Williimis' l��in|( Rills nre sold
hy all medicine dealers or tuny b"
hnd by mail nt fift cents a box or six
boxes for $'2M from The' Dr', Wil-
liniiiH''. Arbdicine Co,, HrockvilU', Out,
Tlio I'mnclii-r������'l-'ii.., uoiui,' to piny
���hnWvdii'll forgive O'lhniikc for hnv-
in'K -f/frhwn tlmt brick nt you."
O'Rnfferty (propped up in hod)--
"No, wait until I (,'ot well, nnd tln'm
pray for O'Kourko."
.H,1-��_,Jr..-,��� . ��..,������..      .    .     ,,,.,,1,1     ......HI.
Liquid Cures Eczema
Where Salves Fail,
In .-re({iii'd to skin d.i,.enso, iiiodionl
iiullib'i'itioH nre now iiiifr'ei!'. on this.
Don't imprison the. disoiiso Kernis in
your skin by the use of gi'ensy halves,
.J'tfiul tiuiH oncotiniKo theiii to multiply.
A trim euro of nil eczeinntous diseases'
enn be brought about nnly hy usiii).'
tl'Ki liotili'JK iiji.eiit in thu form of n
lUjulii,'' ��� :|       . .    ,,
WASH THI') GKUMSOIIT.
A hiiiip-u. wiibii; a cuiiipuiiiiii oi Ull
of Wiiiti-rirroen, Tlo'ii-i., i.j.il iA)x-i
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n\ UB N*e%3, CCMBERI-AKP,  BRn^H_COL*iMBmi  ^Mifc________������_������. ._*__!  I  Th6 CuiaMrlani Hews  issued Every   Tuesday by the  Comox   &   GumbePlond  Publishing   Company.  This paper will not hold itself  responsible for the opinions of oth*  nr., tm uiay appear in iU columns  fi-oiii time to time.  TUESDAY, Jan.   2nd,    Ml,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT I  DiatrUtcf Kiue t j  TAKE notice that Lilhi Eh-a. ��������� r .!��������� u in-!  son, of Vanvoaver, B. C. ec i< atiim.in-.i- '  rind wonjn.ii, iuteud* tohootj f r :t������. runa-. i  sit* topurebaf-e the totlowiui. dt.t-c-.bed  lBudi"���������L. ������. Jenkinrovi'8 S. K c nmr,  Commencing at a post phi t d at' the  north east oon.pr of Section 1, Township  21, thenoe went 160 thai.,., thvce north  ���������iS chains, mure or Im t-iHor^ia LAe,  thsuoe east along th* .alb e ore tu Township line, thenou sooth 33 uhaii-s nu.re or  lew to phut of commence men i couiaiuing  MO aare*, more or Im*.  LILU ELEANOR JKNKIlfSON*,  Wen. Leslie, A^ut.  Dated Juno 23rd, 1910  LAND ACT.  Form So. !*.  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  ��������� PUtrict oi Coast, B������BM 2.  f>KB NOTICE thai Edward C  ,5V������wnsend  of   Vancouver,  B. C f  ' V.utleman, intends to apply for j>er-  !ni.*fon to purobaeo the following  _^   ^   describad Undk*:   Commencing at a j theBw' cut 80 e-uiua t<"7i>f ce" of  A  po������t planted aboat 7 mile* north  aud 2 mile* oast of the southeast  comer af CL 8358, thence south 80  chain ft, thence west 80 chain*  thence north 80 chains, theno* east  80 chains, to post of cosnmence*  inent, containing 6*40 acres, more ������r  \+*. EDWARD C TOWNSJblND.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  ��������������������������������� ��������� ,*Mm*,mm������������������������..���������������������������.^���������b���������.������    mmm\      M H-i"���������������������-*���������-  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  RUPERT LAND D1SI li ICT  Diitrict of Iiu. en.  TAKE NOTICE tb t L'll**. Fl rence  Jcakiaeoe, ot Vaneee*f������r U. C. tx-cupati. n  Spinster, intends to apply lor et-run si<������n  to purahsn th* following iimo ib>a land :  Coar-meuaiog at a post pin <t������> * ** ��������� th-  northeast corner of ae tion 36, IVw-t-  ���������oip SO, thenee south "fcO chains, t.o co  w������_t 80 chain.', th.LCo nor'h 8(1 t-haiiiH.  "   "   *      - - - - - ��������� e,,m.  bio re  Fci.R. nf Nuiic-r.  Count DiBi i Ut,  l)i>tiict ol r.uuKi* '2.  TAKF. uundo th t Willi.m  Leek.   *-f  VRU_g_-..s,tKJ_upnti������u Engineer, inteud*  (v a_t|ily tor )>eru-.i**ii'u tu purchase the  followiug deueril-ed Und*:���������  (,Vii.uieu������ii������c at a poet planted on tbe  beauti about one anil ti h.if  milo* South  t* tft from the South K tat eornt-r of O. L.  s:.3_. theueo North eighty  (80)  uluiii.,  thenoe Rut eighty (80) t-hs.ii.8,   thenot*  "Swutli "SO"- chains,  the. ee    VN <*>t    .SO)  ulinius, to point of co i.uieuciinet* , cou-  tiui.iug eia huuditd aud forty u_ieH, uioie  ur lvs*.  WILLIAM LKEK  N������iu*- ot App.io.uii  DattdJun* 4th, 1910.  nortftwst corner of No 6. ��������� hem* four  n..<������4 north of the snuth*esi corner ol"  "Nja ������, thence, norih 8o chains, thence  v'e . Hot bains, thence stimh 8o chains  ikem-e eisi S<������ chain-" to tbe po.ni of  ronimencemen',  containing 64*  ^tres,  more or le.!-.  HELEN SHANNON,  Nametif Applicant.  Dated June 4,-91 ������-  LAND ACT.  ForeaNo. 9.  Form of Not.ee,  Ooaeft Diwiel, Range S.  TAKE NOTICE that Bor������on Hoi-  laid, ol Vancouver; ooenpation, a������-  otnntant, intenda to kbIi lor per-  aifiion ce purehaae tho lollowiof de-  .eti-e^d lande: Oonioiaaelni at a poM  LAND ACT.  form No. 9,  1 _.l_.������t*d at the noitb eaat cornel 01 ������o     _._._   1II? being lour  milee north and   two j ft, being three milee noiAi andI three  LAND ACTi  Form No. 9.  ������__��������� *'*  Form uf Notice.  Coait Diitrict, Range 3  TAKE   NOTICE   tbat  John   af,  Stewart, of Vancou-m, occupation car  penter. intends to apply for-J perRiii-  ���������ion topurobase tbe lollowiug deicnb-  ,������d  lande:���������CoB������mertcing  at a  pwl  I olanted at the nortbwtflt corner ol No  taeno������Hi������it, containing G_l)   cr e  ������r let>.  L1LLA FLORENCE J KNKtNiSON,  "IV i_. Leslie, A^e it.  Dated Jun������21at 1810.  District of Coast. Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE thai Frank W,  Letson, of Vancouver, 'B.C., broker,  intend, to apply,.for vercuiBBion to  fi'jichn.e the following demtribed  and.: Commencing at a post  plumed about 7 mil".* north and 2  mile. -Altai uf the eoutht-a.i corner of  CL 83.58. thence north 80 chaini,  thenco cult80 chaini, thence tooth  80 cviuiti������. thence we.t 80 chains, to  poet of commencement, containing  640 acres, more or leui".  FRANK W LEESON.  DuVed Jvily 27tb, J910  RVPERT LAND DI8TKI1-T  Diatriot of Kupett  TAKE NOTICE that   Paddy Clement  fllythe,of Vinwuuer,  B.C. -.ccuyatiou  Logger, iuUnda te apply for pc.-mia_.-n  t������ purohaw the following deicri' ed laui's:  Comonineinff at & po t _ lua td ac t te  seuthtaet,     Qorixr     of        Se--  titm 18. townahip 21, m rktnl V. C. Hly-  tbj S. ������1 oeraer, tbt-no. n rth 80 ch������i>**.  thfnoe wtst 80 ehaiue, tiuuou ttoath 80  chaini, thence eai>t 80 ch tiue to pltti* vt  eommeDcomeot,   oonuiui^   610  acrea  more or lew  PADDY CLEMENT ULYTHE  Wu*. Leitlit.-, A.eut.  Dated Jane 30th, 1910.  LANU ACT.  Foi-iia-Mo.*a,  Form 6f Notice.  9o������������t District,  fttu-trioc ot It nno 2.  TAKE uoti.ij tlmt Vmnu Lenk of Vancouver, occupntiuD Sj-iuut'O intend* to  apply for permi^i n to purvhase the ful-.  lowing described Inndti*,���������  Ouiumeucing at.a po������t planted at tbe  North W������.t corner uf Nt*. I, thence W._t  eighty (80)cli:ii<i'ii.ure t-r Ie a (u C. L.  3358, theuce North eighty <8<') ohniiiB a-  loiH* C, L. 3858, the c. E.������t t* gh.y (80)  chains, theuo������ "So.th eighty (80) chi.iun,  t.i the polui of -juaim-ict-moi t, cti.tiiu-  mg _ix huudied Hnd-foity (Oikl) tteio-i  mure or less.  VERKA LEKK  Nume ot Applicant.  Datod Jane 4tb, 191Q'  Korm of Notice.  Coast District.  District ���������( Kan^je 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Walter Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intend*  10 apply for permission to purchase the  follow inn described lands; Connnencing  at a post planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (b.inn three miles north of the  .outlnvest corner of No 1) thence north  80 chains, thence east 80 ch.tins, thence  south 80 chitias, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of commencement, contain-  ui); six hundred and   forty,  640,  acres,  moreorles*.      WALTER LEEK,  ' Name ot Applicant-  Dated June 4, 1910.  milea weit of the louthwait corner of  No 1, thenee north 80 chain*, thenoe*  n-eat B0 ebaics, ttfqee teuth 80 ehaine-  1 nn ov  vumu.,... .��������� ,       iheuee eait 80 chains, to the point of  ecoement, euntalniog &i0aerea !cotum*rnc������-men������, cou������aioinjf;C40 aere_,  moio or Uh. JOHN M.8TEWART.  Name of Appliaeat.  Dated June 6,1910.  tnlUa west of tbe loutb weat dottier ol  Ko. 1, thenee north 80 chaini, thenee  acet 80 chaini,tbeno<. iouth 80 ehaine  thence e'ail 80  chaiui, to the point ol  ^���������"'���������'burtonhollabd.  Name of Applieant  Dated Jane 7iht 1010.  LAND ACT-  Form No, 9.  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9.  Form oi Notice,  Ooait DieWiol, Range i.  TAKE NOTICE tbat Alex F Brern-  n������r, ol Biiton, oceupatioo en|ioeer,  iatende'to apply for per������ii*ioB 10 pur-  etiMw the iollowlDfr doictibrd landi:���������  Cemmeneiuf nt a p< at planted at tbe  oortheaet eorntrol No IS, beiag foot  miles north and two mile* weit.of Ih  .f-t_tbw������ at coiner ol No 1, thenee north  80  etiaioi,  thenee eaat  80 ohaiaa,  COAST LAND WSTRIST.  District of Coast, Range 2.  takk notice tbat Gsorge More,  of Vancouver, B.C, broker, intends.  to apply for permission to purchaie  the following described lands: Com  n_v!icii'g at a post planted about 7  -inile*"-noith-and,2_mi;eB_,eas_t_pi_������iyhe  BUPEUT LAND Di.STKIOT  District of kitpcrt.  TAKE notice that \Vj,,i_m Rob na n,  of Vauouuver, B. O. occui uti������m 811 i-a'nau  iuteudtto apply for pur-' i.i >n to pur-  chate the followiig d*-iciib.u la> d-: C ui  mt-nctog at at a p..������t planted nt ihe "s. fc*.  coruer ol Section ������4, T������iwu���������hp 21, mnrn,-  ed W. Robins6n, sC E. co-ner, Ihei.c  north tff chain*, thence W'bi 80 chui t,  thence wuth 80 ohaiua, tu&.oe eut *>u  obaini to plac* of coitim-aceneui, uout>m  ing (140 teres, m-ir* or li nn.  WILLIAM KUBIX80N  ������������������'-��������� : -'      Wm. Lesie, Ageut.  Dated J������ae,80th, 1910.  southeast con er of CL 3358, thence  north 80 chains, thence west 80  <*h������in., thence south 80 chains,  thence east 80 chaini* 'o poet of  couimt-nceo-ent, containing  ucren, more or ieus. gkouqe mobb  Dnted July 27th, 1910,  KUPERT LaND DISTRICT  Dwtriot of Rup������rt;  TAKE NOTICE that Ruth KeaiaCUrk  of Viu courer, B. O. occupation married  tvotiinn, inuiuls to apply for permiseiou  to purohanothe following dt'ioribed lands:  C-uiitiuncinniJ at a pat phnted &t the  noutn euHt cjrnor of 8coii"ii 1, t'ownship  21, h������nou north 80 chain-*, thenoe went  {.0 chniuB, thence Boutb 80'chain*, ttituoe  c-Abt 80 chiitiB to place of o������timaou3ement,  ooiitaiuin_ GMO nor oh, more or l������a>i.  RUTH KEZIA CLARK,  Wm, Lea-it), Agent.  Dftttd Jutie2)Bt, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DIST1UC1*  Diitriet of iv'ipert.  TAKE NOTICE thai I. K ward Thon.  ley,i.fJif*nooui;e,-STC.r������-oupit~ioiif-irii.Vf-  eler, intends to apply fn pt-rmiB^i-n -���������.  puichaie the following de cri'-e i   landx:  Cvmmtiioing  at. a pout pin ted   ni   th  northeast corner of Stotiou' 12 Towhlr-j  - ��������� 121, thence *ait 80 choiiiM, iln-uce a uh  640! 40 cbniM,'thenoe west 45 oliuins woe or  lean to Georgia Luke,  the.ee w_>terly  along tiortb shore of Ink ti 9. chninn, in-re  or Usttowhere aeotiou lu,o lio.w en  Sic.  12 nud 13 iuteraectB la e, thinm  en- &���������  obaius more or lea* tb place ot' voiume ��������� <���������  meut insoribed on po*t Si) eh iua to M. K.  Corner( E Thornhy, co ttini a (}_() a.rex,  more or leas.   EDWARD THOU NLE V.  ���������\Vi_j.Le.lie, Aueot.  Dated June 28th, 1910.  LAND AC r.  Form No. 9,  Poim yf Notiee.  (.Joint Diitrio:,  District of Htti_KP2.  TAKE not oe than KUnnr Leek of V������n-  cnuvt-r, t.cuiipa ioi Mmr. i������d woman, in-  t������ods to upply lor p rmi aitm to *.uroha:������  tlie following described laudb:���������  t'ommenci jrat b p-wt pliioted nt th������*  North West oorqer uf No. 1, theoce North  .ik'bty (80) chaiu*. theti.e Emt (80) <hitiun  tUonce South,eighty (811) .vhous, thouor  Wont (80) chains, to p lint of couttnenct-  mont, coituiuiiiff .is huudied iiudfoity  11. r*-a, mo. e or less.  KLANOR LKKK  _____   ___        jjame of Applieant;  b or.n of notice.  Coast District l^atiKe 2-  TAKE NOTICK that   William    H  Wbalen, of Vancouver, occupation, jjen  tleman, intends to   Apply for pcrmissiot*  to  purchase    the   following    described  land*--. Commencing at a post phnted ut  the north  east corner of  No. 6,   beim-  four miles north of the south west corner  of No. 1; thence north 80 chains,   thence  east   80 chains, theme  south 80 chains,  thence'- west 80 ohains, to the   point   of  commencement, containing six hnndred  4Bcl forty acres, more or less.  WILLIAM H. WHALEX,  Name ot Applicant.  Dined June 4th, 1910.  beBOrsoiilb&O ebaim, itoeaee weM  80 ehaim, to the point of coBunenct-  ������_.cn>, oontait iotc 040 aero*, trore m  |-���������. ALEX F. BREMNBR.  Name oi Applieant.  DHte' June 7,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9, Form of Notice.  Coaat Dutriot, Rauge 2.  TAKX NOTICE that Alexander MePh������e>  of. Vancouver, occupation, earpsnter, in-  tenda to apply for permiution to purcha**  th* lollowiug doieribed lands;���������Commencing at at a pott planted at tbe north weat  corner of No. 12, bein|_ four tnileB north:  aud three mil** west of the eo.th weat eo; ���������  ner of No, 1, theuos north 80 chains,thence1  wait 80 ehaiua, thenco south 80 chains,  tbenoe aaat SO eheins, to the point of 00m-  tnencemaut, containini. 940 ������cr������������. more  or  leas. ALEXANDER McPfiEK,  Name of Apphcaut,  D*ted June Ctb, 1910,  - ,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Foru No. 0.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Di-ttrlobof Rupert.  TAKE N0TE0B that Oi'or<.e Koruion  Wtr.loy, otVimuouvtu*, B.C., oc<iupo.tioti  bjoi.-kOQpur, intuudii to apply for permi*-  pIon to purolHoo tho fullowiuK desoribod  lauda:��������� C������mmouoina at a post pUuted at  the flouih wo't carnor ot S 0 lou 18,Town  nhipS, pout murltod O, N Wor-lot'. S.  W. otimer, thouoo east 80 chain*, tbc-tioe  north SO oh iiu������, tluMica vumi 80 chaini".  thiuiO. Houtll B0 obiliwH to piuuo of <*Om-  uiouuement, owiitftitiiri-', Qi\) iioroa, more  or It'HH.  UK0RGK NORMAN W0RSLRY,  Woi. Leslie, Agent.  ]) ttvd June SOib. 1.010.  ���������RUPKRT LAN DDLS I'UlOr  IhHtrlOM'f Ku-jort,  TAKK NOTICK thnt Hiephou South,  of V.'joo.vor, It, U,, ocoupatiou, book-  ko'poi-, IntuiitU to apply for ptrmiseiou to  puruhiiiiu ihu (olIowniK dt'HO.ihvd lauds;-*  .*-*. Hcftth. N. W, oron������r. Uwiumouoiu". at  ". pont pUiitod 011 Townhliip Ino at sooth  filpirtol Door uia Lulto, thoiii* south  J 58 nluitiH, mnrtj-jr l<nn to tho quarter  ���������nisii lio wo u '.eoMon Ul uud 8(3, Town*  mIi 11 9 11 d'.O, thoaco omt 40 oliuitifl,  thvi'O'' north 100 oliaiuu, th'tiiiuwMt 40  ih t. a, lui'lico *touth 2 oln'UK o plaou of  Lvjuim'-mni'mimt. ciontinni ,g 040 soni,  uio e or Ioim.      HTEIMIUKHOATII,  Wm. Loelie, Agent.  Dited June COnl, 1019  '-.-.'BUP^WttiAirDDWTKIO.r  District of Ru|H-rt.  TAKEITOTICE that J, anmnt-1 Bow.  don, of Vancouver, B, C.. occupnion mi  log engineer, inte-wda to npply for p������. rim*  .ion to purobose the ft llowi g deror bud  laudsi'-Oommeuciug at 11 p-xtplautt-d ut  the eoiith west cornero* Sictiou 2,Towt.  ship 21, thenoe nor h,80 chin**, ihooc  ������ast 80 ebaiu*, thenoe _outh 80 ch ins  thenco weat 80 ohaiaa, to place of coiiitn.  eticemout, eootaiuiug 610 u>e . iuo;e or  '������__., SAMUEL II 'WDES*,  VN ni; L-ulle, AjjOtt.  Dated June 21st, 1010.  Ftinn uf No iue.  C.itat Di. riot Hu:k'������2.  , TAKK NOTICK th I Ku ncriue Bn������wu,  ("ounition   widow,  luiiMidt  to up*, ly foi  p rmist-ion to pUichase tin- f bowing de-  riuridvd   knda;   C mmm on g  *t a pus  (ilu tednt the 1101 th'-a 1 ooru-r of  No 2  (b������ini{tw.i mile* north ot tbo Bouthwdnt  oorner-jf No l)tInn oi i.ort'i  eighty [80)  olmiiiH,   tue ui wu t  tik'bty  (80) cluti *,  thei.ee south oinhty (80) chains,   iheucr.  ������aa> ei^lity 180] chaiun, f> the   point 1 f  otiianii'uooii.vnt, ctmU.ii.ioy 'ix hundred  ������ud forty [640) nqr������������, m<no ������r less,  KATUUUINK BROWN,  Nume of HpplL'Aut  Dined June 4, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 8,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diutrict of Riper*.  TAKE NOTICE that Haidio Ashby, if  Vnucuuver, B.C., oocnp.ttit>n, n.nrrloi  wouiin. intends to apply for perm h*1<������  to puretiaito tb* following d<*������������< toed land':  CjrameDoiiiR ot a post plnuted at thy  Hondiusflteoruer of ScutitnIhu, Town-  sliip21. tbenoe north 80 uhil ������t, the-.i-o  WMtBOobeias, thenoe siuthUO clminH,  thonDS east 80 ehaiua, tiplso-'ot vomni.  ���������uoetutnt, otintah)ing C-*0 ..oru-, n oro or  Ilea*. UAIDKE ASllllY,  Win. Ltsiliii, A������ent.  DntedJuna 81st, 1010,  CiOk's CottOQ Root Compound.  lesnlAtoron which woman eao  pond. Bold In throe tuvvroe-i  i-tr*usth-.Nii. L tt t ������o, ii  dcvrwaiitroiiffoiit^l Kp.*  lor in oi Notioo.  Coast Dietilot,  Diftrlb' if KaiiKa N'������  TAKK NOI1CK that Anuie Bremner, of  Boston, oioupitiou ephiut r, iuteud* to apply for pi'imimion *o puiobnao tho follow  ioK ilt'ic ihed lnnd>; Comuitinoiug at a post  plHuted nt thoii'TthtftHt corner of No, '2  (being two tulles north ot the southwest  u*ruer of No, I) thonoo north eighty (80)  .bulla.,  thi 1100  eait tij-hty (80) chain-.,  tbo<it-������ south nighty (8t)l   oliatun, tin lice  W0-.t oli/hty (80) . IihIi'S ,q point of oun  iiioi.ci'm������iit, oiiiitaliiitin six hundred aud  fcit, (0-10) 1101 us, more or lo���������_.  ANNIE BKKMNBR,  Nstne uf Applied t.  D4*idJubo4, W0.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  *���������  Form of Notice.  , Coast District,  '"���������istrict of 'Range i.  TAKE    OTICE that C.eorj.e Wha-  leu, ot Vancouver, occupation, contractu!  intend*-'to upply for permission M pur  oh a -ie _ t h o__,fi>l!rw[ng ^desc^nbea^ Jand ���������_  ConimencmK at a p<*st planted about on>  mile  west from the north v������est corner ol  No 2, beinji two miles   north   and  t������o  miles west of the south west corner of No  1 i,thence north 80 emms, ill.nee e;iit 8 i  cliiiini, thenc. south 80 chuins, more or  le-s to C. L. 33*>8, thence we>t, 80 chains  aloiif! *.;������id liccti'C to point of commence  ment, containing- 640 acres, more or less.  (���������EORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  'Dated June 4th, t9to,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  _  Form of Notice.  Cons; District Kaii|*e a.  TAKE NOTICE th it Robert II. Ellis  of Vancouver, ivc<*upiuion,broker, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Co'iiHieniinv"  at a post plmted at the south west corner of No, to, bciny two miles north and  two miles west of the south west corner  of No. 1, thence north Kq chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence smith Ku chains,  more or lef**", thence cast 80 chains, to  point of commencement, ennuinin.,' 640  acres, more or less,  RUBKKT B. KLLIS,  Nunio of Applicant.  D*ted June 4th, HMO. _  Fores ol Notiee,  Ooait Diitriet, Range J.  TAKE NOTICE tbat Jobo Morai-  ic, ol Vanooutrer,occupation oonstruo-  tor, iutirnda to apply lor pemiiision  to purchase the folio** i> g dsteribad  landBt'Commeneingat a poat planttd  at the uortheait corner of No 14, tn-  in*e five mile* north and two n i't.  weat of tbe *oui*j������*-st corner of No 1,  -htrnee north SUcbeini, tlmuee west  80 chair, thenoe couth 80 ehaine,  thenoe east 80 obaio*, to the point ol  u-uimeneement, coutainint- 640 acru,  oaore or le**".  JOHN MURAVIC,  Name of Applioaut.  Dated June 6,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No 9.  Torn* ol No iee.  ~ Co*it_Dii_tri_ot,_Rt_ig������ S.   TAKB NOUOB that jeieth Mop  vvic, of Vt-e urer, oocupatif' enftin*  ir, intends to apply lor p*r*-.i *ion to  . urcbase tbe IO'lowiogdti>:rU>.d laud*:  Oiiudi' ncing at a poat planted at tht-  Q.-rihtaat oorner nf No 14, keing fin  miU* uer'b and two m'le* went of it.  ��������� uthwHtcorner ol N 1, tli.ee north  80 nhaiue, thenee east 80 ehaim,  t etir-M * oh fiOeliait i,tlunoe wvit 80  chaini, tn tba point rf aouinenei-  ment eonthitiiDi. (140 aeren, more or  Its'. JD8r_PU MORAVIC,  Name oi Applisant.  n.trA June 6 1910  Coast District, Range 2.  TAKK NOTICE that Naomi MoPheo,  of VaucouTer, cccupstiou, mairied wonun  intends to apply for permission  to   pur^  chase tbe following dtsoribed luail.: Com  nencing   at a post planted   at thu north  wast corner of No. 14, being  flvo  uiies  noith aud three miles west tf tho  south,  west ooincr  nf  No. 1, thonco  north   80  chain*,  thence  weat  80 chains, thenee  south 80 chain*, thence eaat 80 chain*, to  the point of  oou.n____���������iuent, uontuii ii g  1340 aerea, moro -"or leg".  NAOMI McPHEE*.  Name of Applicant,  Dated June 6th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Bull, of  inteeds  Coast District, lUuge 2.  TAKE NOTICK  th������t Lewis J.  Vanvouver, oceupiuion, foreioiu.  to apply for pTrmiiiiiiTrfo'pi^lJ5ge~tfi������~  following described  lands: U.rnmoi.ciug  at a poat planted at the north uett coin.r  of No. 16. U-iug six luiU-a north aud turet.  iui!ea west of the Bomb wrst corner of No  1, thenou 10nh 80 cluinr, thoi.ee we-t  80  cftaius, thonce south  ^chninn,  thence  osst 80 -lui'ii, to the point tf comme. <e-  mont, cintaini gClOitcies, mmeor lea*,  LEWIS J. MULL,  Nuinuof Apphouut.  D.ted June 6;h, 1910.  .���������saiioti,  por  lflfl_Jin_tsfl(IS.  rf    *- ���������'  LAND AOT.  Form No 9  Fi rm ol Notice.  Coast Dir*.riot, Range 3.  TAKE   NOriOIS    that     Wiiliam  Haines, nf Visnounrar, oeoupation fine  ���������nan,intend* toajplj lor pfr>.i*������ioe  i.������ purchair* the  lollowing  dtiesibtd  lniid������i���������Couimeneingats poitflantid  at the nortb>t.*l oorner of No 16, being *ix   mil*."north and two   roilet  west ol the iuuibw������������t corner of No 1,  thenee north 80 chain*, the.eo  writ  80 chaini", thenoe iouth  80  chi-t.ii-,  tbet-o* east bOchsiu*. to th- point en  aorameneenieat,eont*iiiinif 640 aerei,  mure or It**, WILLIAM H AIN EH,  Name of Applioant.  Dated Jnns 0,1910  ��������� ttUPKUT LAND DISTRICT  (tint-it-tot llui>ert,  TAKK NOrifJR that Johu Rrskius, 0.  Vmioouvit, ll.C, occupaiiou, broker,in.  r-iiftn iii -M-nlv fnr pMnriimlon to pnr*ha*e  ihu (ollot**iii(i| di'Suribed IfttidHi-Coujuion  . im   ill, ,1 i")-.. ^iutlt'U at tho UO'lh   <M������t  f-M-r of ���������S.iiion Hi, Townnhip '10, thetio*  0 .'.lth ('to oliiiliH, thuao'i weat 80 ohntus,  i.i.i'mhi iio-'.ii 8'l chiiim, ihonuti emit HO  <* 1 'Inn t * I'ltui. ol coinim*aiii.(M-i/ieut, oon-  ��������� ii ..mi ��������� fiUi Hurivi, moN .������r I<ii*h,  iUlt.i Hit*.KIliiu,  Wm   Leslie, Agont.  Dated Juno '.'Ut, 10*0.  "Wood's 7}ioirlM(U������e������  Th* Ortal Knot Ink  Jtemulu,   "        ' VltbHWlllUl  . '.ikeu   nwv  i, Ciir'n Jferi  Worry, IX*  ,_,-,. tw-..._-- dbusear nun-ant*  I*rtC������ 11 c3t tiO"**. t?lx fw \K n^-Mt.pltiKif.i'.t  wllimrs, Bel* br all drturirisw or  IAmi) ftp on rswlrt wj-miw  wir  tone* and InvltfomiattbH win  oil* anivoui,  nv.iUi*.   n.tv  .   __dluoId ViiliKi,  owi Dtbilitu, MtntQl nntl llmln ,       .  pOHiwtwtf, tmmlWHxhntss, Umianiau*, W/m.  i\tarrKmi<t*n lf^ajwAbusear hrtn-sHtt  ���������'tt^W*\\fl\Mlllf.l-.t  lunlit'il li|  >IP JOT III*' Bill  Modiolus 0������.      ,  TofontntOnts  iwlv Windsor)  J/omtflv  RUPKRT LAND DWTUIOT  i    District of Rupert,  TAKK NOtlCM that Adit Kluanor Jen-  I'limoii, of Vancoitvor, R C, -oeupation,  HUtuo^raphor, iul.uih. lu apiily forpormja  .ii'.. t<> t'tuo nm*.*h������ followjn������ cia-icrihed  Uniht���������ComnioiieldR il'. n pent nlanted nt  th������ tiortb wns. corner of Motion a5, Tow>������  whip '_'), theaiKt si<uih HO  m dim, thnice  i'it 8*)iiliiil''s, thur.oo .mrth  HO oltuinw,  tlmnuo wii'l 90iijtiiiri to pi 11*0 of ooin-  tUnuoomont, <*''nt-Hifig (MO sorn*, moro ������*>r  loas.  ADA RLRANOR JIWKINSON,  Wm. Lenl'ts A trout.  Vst4lta������tl41Mf.  LAND ACT-  Form No, 9.  Coast Diitrict.  District uf Rinne 3,  TAKE NOTICE Out Kdwm P Ihcm.  tier, of Vancouver, ocnipixtion broker, in*  tends to npply for permission to purchane  the fidlowini. de������cripe(l laails, Commencing at it post plumed ������t the north*  cast corner of No 4 (Willi, three mile*,  li'cvth of thejofithti'Mt frtrner of Nn 1)  thence north eighty 80 chain*, thchct.  west eighty, 80, ehuiat, thencr soiitli  eighty, So, chain*, thence Cant eighty 80  i'h,.in'i to point of commencement, con-  niiniiijj six liundrud und forty [640) ncrt'S  inoitt or li-im.  KDWIN |������ HREMNER,  Niime of Applicant.  Dined Juno 4, 1 <_������ 1������.  ���������awaHW-M������H>ai*waa>HiiMaa__  LAND ACT.  form Not),  Form of Notice.  Crwst District,  District nl Range ,t.  TAKE NOTICK thnt  llck-n   Sh-u*-  ������������'n-  SAYWARD DlfTHICT,  TAKlt NOllOK that *'xl>* .luy* alt-r  Hato, I, Ohnrlea N, >Strinii;t', w| Whsh-  town, Onrtoz Island, saw.itilloiter, In end  to rti'ply for pertnloi'ion t������ lr-nip tho roll w  In KluorllxHl fortiBhoro:- (ViuMniiiclni* nt  11 jiout plnood at tho hliili ������ntor marl,  ii'iuut five ohuins nm thtrly Irom the R.  W.oorner of the frsctlomd A, W. ipisrl-  -r ncfllion 3(5, CorUr, lulnml, thonce ruu.  oln*(ina suuthorly dirootinn following tlm  monudor of tlio shore lino tn a point ten  CuIub soutbeily from the auld S, W. r������ r-  in-rif the fractional H, W  tjusrttr ������,o*  tionllfl C<jrtK������l������l������nil, and ���������tirihr������Hi.ff*lljuimt0f{jl,;iton( otcttp.itlon iinirriei'  the|oi������shoi������ tbereln douu tu low watsrl m(���������J| minfa ���������, l|ip|y f���������r p.rmmioi. to  purfhr.se the following deirnhej IiiikN)  lUftll*,  Hii-wl Jnly 2Sth, 1010.  CHAe, H. "-A'UANt'i;  Comiiuntmg at a po������t planted ������- the  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice,  Ci-.isi District Ran^e   ,  TAKE NOTICE thit John G. Arm-  stronji, of Vancouver, nccjpnttnn, clerk,  iti'endt* to npply for pcrmisiion to pnr-  clut>������  the fallowing described hinds;-���������  Coii.tnciiciiig   at a post planted at thu  north east corner of No. 11, being threo  miles north and two milos  west  of the  south west corner of No, it thence mirth  8j chmns, thence west 80 cluins, thuncc  ihance  smith 80 chains, iher.ro oast   So  chiins, t* the  point ol commencement,  containing 640 acre*, more or less,  JOHN (I, ARMSTRONG,  N.'tinc of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, to in.  ������������������a������w*m*������*aaaiama-***ayaama*w*at*aaawt*a  !AKI) ACT.  Form !Mo. 0,  Form of Notice.  Coast District Kini_������ s.  TAKK NOTICE that Gertrude Hoi.  Unit, of Vanoouvrr, t-ccupa*i*m, rr-*--  rled worn in, intend* to apply lor per  miii-loo to parnhais the fillowin������ d ���������  serihrd landst Conunotioluir at a imn  planted at the mirth Mil coruer ol N<  11,  ���������ht'ind thrfltiti'll'i north and   t-ai  milts wist of the B. W. crnur of Nf  1, thenee north 80 ohainu, thence fast  SO ehslni,   llieitoe south   HO chain**,  ihrnc wffl 80 uhaiiis, to thn *;inii,t nt  coinninuernnfut, conti.i-*iiii; (140 scr***,  imroor ItM*,  GERTHUDK HOLLAND  Ntrne cf Applicant.  Dated Jiini- 4.h, 11)10,  HUl-mORIBK FOR THK NKWS  ONU'ONKUULLAUAYKAIt.  LAND ACT.  FornNoi*,  a*t*SMSM<**_l  Form ol Notloe,  Ooait District, Rang* i.  TAKK HQI-ICB tbat (leorgo 0.  Pratt, ol Vancouver, occupation accountant, Inntidi lo apply for per-  miss nn to aurotiaietb* following de-  *irib*d landst���������Oommrmi gaiapoit  planttd at tie northeast eomorol No,  10, bviiiK sis miles north aud iwn  nsilM west ol lb* south west oornrr ol  No 1, thenve north 80 chains, 11 enc*  ussi 80 ohslvi, thenc* south 80 ohaiof,  thence wait 80 cUaitii, to th*point 01  commencement, containing f*40aere.,  mure or lesu. GKO 110 E 0, PRATT,  Name ol Applicant,  Dated Jure 6,1010  LAND AOr.  Furin No. 0",  Form of Nutic*,  Conet Distr ot, Kmn.-. 2,  TAKENOriuU ttiut Alexaiidor J. Stew  urt, of VmiO'Uvor, oc.u--atio.r, 0������riJ0iitt.rf  intemls to apply tor p.rii.ix.'oii to pur-  chii-o the following d-soriheiT"]undH:���������  Coiiiuieiifiiij; at a post plntned in ttio  ahure about Si miK. iu h honth fun-  torly direotiou from ths uouih wea corner of No. 1, thenue noitli HO chamM,  tlionce osst 80 ch'iinB, thenotl s-.tt.th 80  oluiiiH thsneo wont 80 ounin., to point  of oouiui*<iicimiout,oui,taming 640 uoien,  inure orlesa,  ALKXANDKR J. STEWART,  Name of Appliuant.  Date June 0th, 1010.  LAND ACT,  Form No. 0. Form of Noncoi  Coast Diitriut, Ranite %  , 1.. .v..,*..  LAND ACT.  Form No 0.  '.Jtl-lw'*!"^' ������������������������w .   -Ul  Form 01 Notice.  Coaat Diitrict, Rang* 1  TAKK NOTICE thar Data Frr������n-  son, of Vencotirer, oecupstion butcher  inlands to apply lor ptruiiiion to  rnrchsse   Ihe   following    described  landi>:���������Connmsiolnttat a post planted  fitsar ths beach at th* anntwt-iit 001 net  nl No 11, being two miles north  aud  litre*** "���������"���������III"* west of the inuthwrst cor-  .rt nf Mo 1, *l'e.o<������ north 80  ehsio*,  thenc* wit 80 ehrl't*), thotieo sont I  HOohitlns, more or l������H4 to shors line,  thenee     ss������t    80    chaini      along  nhorn line t*������ ptMnt ol oommorcement,  eontslning MO aore*, mmre or Iffl*.  DAVB PEBUU-&ON,  Name of Applinstit,  I)4t,d June 6,1010  TAKK NOTICK thst Klisulnth Jam.  Smi li, of Vancouver, oooupntioii, mnriiiHl  womiiii, iiitemls to npply for p* ruiiaitiou  to purulm-e the fullutviiig ilosurlb. d Uiuln;  Commuiielug nt 11 pust planted nt tlio  south uaHt corner of No. 1, thoiioi. ii'Uth  80 ohiiinn, more or Uhu to -<ln>re liso, the ���������  00 oMit BO ehsuiH idouK iiorthvru houtiiln<y  of No.-20, thenar uortli 80oIisIin, thenou  weat 80 ohnins, to pnintof ouuimeiicauiur t,  ountaiuibK 040 aorus, inoru or Ions.  ELIZAllBriUANK SMITH,  Ntino of Applicant.  Dsto June Oth, 1010,  ****_****e*-������������**<*BSpa������**a������-*****^  LAND ACT.  Form No. 0, Form of Notioo.  Cttant District, Ranyo 2,  iAhti iiii'i'litli that David Dawstn  iiiiur, of Vau.o.'.ui, Ob'iiupAtioij, t-*ifilter, intonds to apply (or permission to pur���������  ohate th* following dssorilwd IhkIbi���������Cum  nisiiclng at a ptwt pUuted at the south  fist corner of No. I, thi-nce north 80 chains  tbenc* fist HO ohnins, tbunco south 80  olialn* tliuno* wtit 80 chains, to polat of  ormiiiitjiioomout, contsinln������* 010 aoro tnnre  or Irss,  DAVID DA W80N M ILU It  Namo of Applioant,  Dated Juno Otb, 1010,    ,  IF YOU WANT  GOOD PRINTING  (JIVE US A TttlAI,  FOR SALE���������A flvM .riiuinud  homo on lmlf lot. For ftiitluu* ]iar-  tienlitru apply ut tliia ollloo  FOR ���������SALR-Sinflli Piomlt'r  Typcwritei in k������mmI or'lt'i", C<wt  #125.00 will sfll for $50,00. A p.  ply nt thift olllee, THE .N%Wt,. ������UMBE-RLANB,   BRITJSH  COLUMBIA:  I:  Municipality of the City of Cumberland.  PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY  GIVEN to the electors of the  \ municipality of the City of Cumber  land, that I require tho presence of  the *uid electors at   MoL'eoda's  Ice  $ Cream Parlor? on the 9th day of  January, 1911, al 12  o'clock noot*,  A fur the purpose of nominating per-  I) eons to represent them in the Munici  pel Council as mayor and -'ldernien.  The mode of nomination of candidate, .hull be as follows:���������The  CMtididntes shall he nominated in  writing; the writing s-hall bo subscribed by two voters of the municipality ns propofier and seconder,  and shall he delivered to the Returning Officer, at any time between  the date of the notice and 2 p.m.  of the day of the nomination, and  In the event of a poll being neces-  I sary, such poll will be opened on  the 12lh day of January.1911, at Mc  Leod's Ice Cream P.-rlor.t DunBn'juir  Avenue,Cum!i<*rl*ind, B.C.,of which  every perso.i is hereby required to  take notice nud guvsrn himself accordingly.  No pen-on t-hiill be nominated or  be eligible ub a candidate for Mayor  ���������tr Alderman unlets he is pos.eesed  of the qualification by law require*, j aa  of those officers nnd unless the can-  ������������������.lid.te shall, on or before tlie hour  of two p.m. of tin* day o; nomination, furnish the Returning Officer  with u eta lenient in writing, specifying the land or real property upon which he qualifiss, his nomination shall be invalid and shall not I ftjggffl  be acted upon by   the   Returning  Officer.  The qualification as candidatefor  Mayor i. as follows:���������  He must be a male   Britieh subject of the full a e   of twenty one  years and tiot   dipqualihed   under  any law unci have Ken for the   six  TiTonthTre3rt^)fecrdiTiK_th"(rd"av''"of  nomination the registered owner in  V    ihe   Land   Registry Office of land  and real property iu the city of the  as.essed value tin the last Municipal At-.essment Roll oi $1,000 over  and above any   registc-ed   encumbrance or charge, and who is othei-  wise qualified an a municipal voter.  The quulilicntioiiB us candidal e-*  .01 Aldermen ure its folluvvs:��������� .**  lie must he a British subject of  the full ago of twenty-one year8  iitid notdif-quiilMied under any law  und have been for six months next  preceding thu day uf nomination  the rouiniei'ed bw.uor in the Land  Registry Office of land and real estate in the oily of tho'iu.-0B.ed value  on the last Municipal Acse.-iuent  Ruli nf $500 or moreover and ubove  any rogistorod iticunihriince or  charge, and who ia.oihorwi-o.qiinli-  lied an a rotuuoijml vo.or,  Given under my hand at tho City  of Cumberland, this 27th day  of December, 1910.  Albx. MoKinnon,  Ituiuruitig Oilicor.  Holiday)  'Brew  For Sale by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C  COPYRIGHT.  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -     FOR   SALE   BY      -     -  Walworth-Rolston Co.   Ltd  ���������j_020 Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B������ C.  BOVRIL  is indispensable in the  camp, and for. all  impromptu meals.  AddalittleBOVRIL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  ������7  fi  o  W  im  *4  CO  H a -8  ������> -J! "5  < a M  >__..-___ i���������i  a ������<M  ; C ������  5 "-t  n   __     O  ��������� OS  ������      -ti  ������*���������  9    ��������� <tf  d *t a  . ������������������'  "*>  ft  a x -  o   .- S  iffif  ���������"_.' a  m\-������  a rr  :������'��������� *  o  ���������s  _*>  M  K  < ���������*-  '**   1  "B  ������������������lag-  ���������f. -n  '������* ���������'���������*?���������'���������  o  s  a  V  -3  a  S  a  u  cu o  __      m  5   o.  5     m  .<*" *������  E. w  m   a  .m  ������     tl  m      BO  u 15  It ..  a 3  *_ '���������  tl  * __  a ���������  -i _  tu '*  ^  i  ���������������  &  "O  Ih  '���������  Pt  O  o  __  to  ___). a  13"  a-.:  o  D_  ^  ,-':  00  m  ���������".;:���������������  _'    '  H  ���������*? '���������  ;���������  '���������4  V     .'��������� ���������  PS  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any de6ci*i]itiodi)  belonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land  of tlio said Company, will bu prosecuted to the full extent of tlie law.  W. it. COtTLSON,  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  KOTKJE.  , Riding on locomotives and rail  ���������vav cars of lhe Unioi) ���������"'olliery  Company hy any person jr }ifcr-  ���������ton_���������except tain ciew���������ic strictly  oroh?l**ited. Employees -re subtle to iMsniissal for allowing  eaai-  l.y order  W. L.   COULSON,  General Manager.  ^���������l^-iit^Vt^l<tf\/att/^*^tt*<i_i*^<fc^j|  C. H TARBELL  HIGHGRADE STOVES'    i  And"airKfTO^  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  Diptrict of Coast  ��������� TAKE NOTICE that Davidson-  Ward Co., Ltd., of Vancouver, BC,  lumbermen, intend to applv for per  million to pu������*ch������,_������ the following  described landi*:���������Commencing at a  post planted about 10 chains north  of a stream on the east side of Copper Reach, Loughborough Inlet,  about 3 miles from Towey '* Head,  thenceea.t 20 chaiup. thence south  20 en-tins, thence went, 20 chains,  to .Loughborough Inlet, thence  north along the shore of Loughborough Inlet about 20 chains to point  of commencement *td containing  40'acres, more or lets.  Davidson-Ward Company, Ltd  Frederic L. Ward, Agent.  Dated Sep ember 24th, 1910..  S.S."UTHIA"  //  Licensed for 39 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. LI. WOOD, Master  Phone 44,  Comox, B. C.  WATER NOTICE.  *  Make* Your CXPCNDZj Li.ht  Makes Your BISCUITS LJglit  Makes Your.CAKES Lislit  Make* Your DUNS Light  Makes Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  SI*V-*^*tVi^^wt^|<>s������tV.^^>'t������tj  ���������H_M___M_M_MB___M__M>  **#**4^AiM������*fe#-*A*f>*-f**^A*%*  FAIRFIELD   |  - STORE _Zi  NOTIOB ii ht-reb-r l(fiv������i������ thnt it the  noxt mcetiiiE of the Board of License Com.  mit-ion.r. for ihe City of Cumberland. I  intend to apply for a renewal of the wliolt-  ���������ale liqnor licetme held hy m", situatnd on  lot 6, block 16, CniiibeiUndTnvrntite. *  CIALI MUSSsATTI.-.'"-���������  D������ted this 15.h d>y ot November, 1910.   '  NOTICE is horehy givin that ut the next  meeting of the Ronrd of Lic<-.jiH) .Qomini*-  sioue s of the Lity.uf-Cumberland, I intend to appljr for a rene-vnl uf the wholesale Iii) nor liceuse held by mi, situatod  f>n lot 12, b'o.l. 7, Cumberland Towuhita-  j _j__ IRM-K_.scAYAl___P_-,���������  Dated this 15th day of N t*/eul)or   1910  WINTER SCHEDULE.  Effective on and from the  3rd,  fimxiinn, tbe following will be the  all schedule of our local mail  steamers;���������City of Nanaimo leaves  Nan timo at 7 a. ru., ou Wednesdays and Friday's and the  Queen  * v _������_  City leaves Nanaimo 10 p. m., on  Moi'days City of'Nanaimo.leav-  es Comox at 7 a. m,, on Thursdays and Saturdays. Quoad City  It::'ves Comox at . 1.15 p. in., on  Tuesdays.  NOTICK  NOTICE is hciel y itiven that at the  iie.t'riieetintf of the Uoirl of License  Con't'iiriisticuei'S of the City of Cumber.  Inud, I intend to apply fot a renewal of  the wholosiile liquor liceiifso hold by me,  Bitunl.d ou lot 9, block 7, OuuiberLtud  Tuwiifiiie.  :  ������,.* VICrOU BONORA.  Dated this I5th day of Nov;ipVnber,' 1910 "'"  J. JACK,   Prop.  A Fine; Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,,  Pvtiits and Tobacco;  V aucotiver Ice Cream1.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  TheOontial Hotul for Sportsmon  None but the llest of Wirtcs and Liquors  .it the liar.  RATES REASONABLE  Gumberliind ���������*'  Dunsmuir. Ave.  NOTICE,  NOflOIS in houohy uivou thut CO day.  alter tUto I intond to s,\t[i\y to tho lloiu  The 01'iut Cnminiinlnnur n( Luud. nud  WoiUnfor it UannRu-u pro������yeot for u-utl  and putroleuin undor thu Iniulu lu N0I11011  Mintni-t, and doNurlbod un fo'lowi:  Communoing at up oat |iUntr<d on the uoi  lieuoli nt tho S, B, oornur ol Station i!A,  thouof went nloii_t tho loulli liDiindi'ry of  .ait! t-Joutioti 2a, 80 oliultiu, thonoo north -10  (-liuiu->i moro or loflH to tlio noutliorn boiin-  dviy nt M tl Hill'n proiipootlng licotmo,  tli-iuuu uimt (10 ohahm, moro or Iohb, to II  W nuirk on uoa bimuh, thonoo following  ���������long ������������u boaoh to tho plaoo of ot inniouoe-  M,A,OAH������W01B80������,  li. i'rioBi", Agfnt,  Dntwl ihlif 2flr<l day nl Oumbor, 1011),  _II������.������I_I.-II_-IWI������JMI������1IM_MI������_������III������M������������������I������������������������M������������M������I_W__  ������������������LANU UK01STUY AUT,"  In tlv w.nt#r nf un Nppll.iiiion for a ilu.  plicate, c_rtifk.it. of titlo to nn imdi-  vlded yt nf Lot 233, Comox District  nnd nn undivided i of Lot 8, Block  s, except (lie east  33  ftet   thoieof,  [mnp J3_] Town ol Cumberland.  Nonce 1. Hereby   givun tlit������l it it. :ay  i teiuion nt the cxpirAtion of one month  from  the  iliite of tbe fust publication  beiool 0 Ishuo n dnpliciitK certificuir. of  title to'above ubove hmls issued to John  VV llryden on the soth of July* iQ07,un������l  numbered 14619c,  L.ndHe'fiKtty Olfiroj R. Y VVOOTONT,  Victim.!, UiC.       \ Rc){litriir (l<nur*  Novembr and, 1010)       of Title.  John Johnston,    Prop  NOTICK TO THE PUBLIC.'  Having built n Ur.e warcluniHo and mill  lit Courieniiy, 1 will In fit'tiro keep on  linntl a ntooli of ull Miii)h of liny, GimIu,  ilild Vwd at.lowcHt rnitrliot rnten. A  spoolnlty will hninivdii of roller orusboil  food for liorioMwliioli will miilio a nhvIiik  of ouu thinl In tliu uout ol fi'Oil. . Onloru  (.ivun tlio toumHter or hy phono will bo  promptly tilled, Timiililnffyou for yonr  piitr 111120 iu tho punt nnd BolioiMiiR a oon  tluui'tH'oof tha BftiiH* on broidur bnoR, I  b_������ to rmuiih  Yonrii to comiimud,  11VRON CltAWPORD.  P. UH  Dealer in  ALL KINDS OF  Fruit, Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco.];  Tlonora lilook, < >  CUMUKRlvAND, B.C.    ]\  o  SAYNVARD LAND DISTRICT.  m*matmwma������  District of Say ward.  TAKK NOTICE thut  William  Caldwell, of Lanark, Ont.,  ruininp  uaun, intends to npply for'.permi.H-  Bion(to, purehaHO tho following de-  15 jsonbed,;iaiidfi:-���������Commencing at 1%  %\ p<>^!i������b������nted at the nortbweKt corner  of Hot 490, 0arrinj������(bn  Buy,   Say-  wni'cl District, thence follmvinp* the  north boundary of   pi, 490 easterly  for ,,,40  chains,   thence  north 20  ('hum1-, thence west to the .hore line  thence wuihwe.lerly nml fo lowinp  t he tdioro lino to the point of com-  ii.'-'icemenl, Qonliiininylepi* thnn 80  llCl'UK. WlI.MAM CaU)WKIJ.,"  ' i'  Jno. Miinfion,ii|;anl  Diuoil >T'iv. 28th, 1910,  Notice is hereby given th^t an appli-  t'alioirwill he made lo the Legislative As  sembly of the p'ovmce of British Columbia, at its present .ession, for an  Act   to  incorpsrato a company with   power to  build, construct, maintain and  operate, a  railway of standard or narrow guage to  he operated by steam, electricity or other  motive power fsr lhe purpose of carrying  passengers, - logs   and   moichandise, or  either,from Haiky Bay os Port McNeil,  or  some point between them,  or some  other convenient paint near thereto, on  the   east   coast  of V.-ncouver Inland to  coal Harbor, on the west arm of Quatsino  Sound, or to some point on Rupert Arm,  Quatsino Sound, or to a convenient point  on Quatsino Sound, Rupert District, Van  couver1_sland,__provn^j^n^ti.s|^p_l,m*^  hia; with power io construct, acquire, own  and maintain, wharves and docks in connection therewith: and  to construct, acquire, own, charter, equip and maintain,  .Learn and other vessels and boUts,   and  to operate the, same-on a������y  na-riifablc  liters; and with all powers given'by the  'Model Railway Bill;" and' wiih   such  other powersaud privilege"* usual or incidental to all or any of the aforesaid |pwr������  poscsj  BARNARD & ROBERTSON,  Solicitors for the Applicants,  Dated this 1st dav of November, iqio"  KORSALEr-8 milch cowi, nil  ttibarcnlosi- touted. Government  yearly .records of each cow given,  also % colts and 1 agod mare, one  colt pni'tly broken.  BAYS IDE. ICarter's Raneh]  Union Bay Road,  NOTICE is. hereby givsa that   aa  application will be made under Port  V. of the "Water Act, VAV to oh-  "  taiu a lict-R-e iu ihe S*y*vard  Uivimou tr  Cuast Dii-trot.  (a.) Tbe name ol Company in f-.ll:  Ddvj .(iu-\Vfci-<i Compa ... L.nan.o, 'iii.-  he������d .fflce Vr.no titer, iirifuh' 'Jolaaahia.  TltooapiUl, hew divideii, -howir-;- p.ti ^. ,.  capital 850u,*?iu d-vided <ni ��������� 6O0U *!:������<������������������*������  Ot $100 aaca '   $'.&l bik) p. \<t nv.  (If for miBinjr purpo������*M) Free Kt*i-  ���������r'a Oertifieate No....-   , (b.) Tho name of laku, etrtwai or  eourc������ (If unnamed, th* dinseripUon'  is) Mo n������'iie. Strom, li'iag in a vuli'-.y ou  the east side o1 Copj'.r R.*oh, l/"o^l_bjro  Inltit, about ten mil a norihe&h'. ot Towry  He-id and iou milo. irom the mouth of  Apple river. ,  (e.) The point of diverrioii: At a  bout ooe-haif mil. froil mouth of   ���������tr.-'Xn,  (d.) Tbe quantity of wafcef applied  for (In cubie feet per wooBdi:  Fotsr cubic feet.  (���������.) The character of th������ proposed  work*: .50 feet of Hume, 1.00 feet of clit.h  aad'2009 feet of pee.  (_.)"Tt_e premiriiee on which the watte it to be ue������d (drseribe Berne): On  the following lands: Coairuencin,. at *  poins about 10 chains north of a _tre-*m on  tbe aaet uiile o' C<->ppe_ Reach, Longhboro  Inlet and about'3 milea Bortbeaatof Towry  Head, thence o*_t. 20 ohaiua; iheooo we-.'t  20 obaius, tci shore of Inlet; theueo north  tSO chaius a'.ODg shore of Inltt to point of  commenoement, and containing about _0  acrts more or hie.  (g.) Th* purposes on "which the water is to be uted: Power fer taw aud thing's mill.  (h.) If for irrlsattcn. aet-erftw the  land Intended to be irrtga-ted, ptviae  aereafe  ..,:.* '  (1.) If the water ie to be uaed for  power or raining purpotM deeeribe  the pt&ea where the water is to be  returned to _otrre natural channel,  and the difierenee in altitude between  point of diversion and point ol re-'  turn. The wa'er i> lelnmne n<to L<*u*ch-  b-rongh Inlet where the .tream *nt������T tho  Inlet,    Diff.irnuce in ahituda ab<*'Jt600 f'.  (j.) Area of Crown lafl-d intended to  be occupied by the propoeed worker  .0 aorea.  (k.) Tai_ notice was poeted on the  twelfth day of November, 1910, aud nppli-  ctvtioa will be made en tho rifthteentb <"ay,  ot December, J01 (>. ,t_o th_e__o__tmnnFBir*iei\ T_  (I.) Give, tie ewnte aad ,e4ir-������8S-e������  ol aay ripa.rtaji proprietors or lie-  entse who or irhoea Ya*t4a arc likely  to be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet:  The DavidNou-Wiird Company, L d , own  all the Timb������r Lico-niicB in the vicinity.  There aie not any ngricullnral land* m the  n������.ii_hborhiiod and no l<������na. nffeeted by the  propoaed workd.  ..Jlttaeb dopy.'of eueh' parte of tha  Company's memorandum of airsocla-  tlon aa authorize 'he prepcnied application and works  (SiRnature)   F. L, W\IID.  A������ent for liavlds'in-Ward Co. Ltd,  (P.O. oddrena)  liil I 1 uu ul-a Tnut Uln;,.,  Vnno'-iutrftr, B. C.  7  S  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Wouk-enil aorvloo  between Vancouver,  Niiiiiiimo, Union, Comox, hy tbo  hUnl ("l)do bu!ll tv,iU lAiivW  Btoiuner "00WI0HAN"  Snillu������it. under���������  I.envoH Vaticonvor, Snturdiiy 8pm ,  Arrlyow Naniiimo, Hiitunlny 12 p tn  Arrlven Union, KutuUy <511 m  Arrlvea Uomnx,  Sunday 8am  ItotHrnlini:���������  Ixinvcn Comox, '���������'iiuiliiy -l \) in  Luavon Unto.! Hiiiulny Bpin  Arrlvoit N'nuiimo, Sitndny 11 p in  Atrl'tiii Viineouver Momliiy 7 ft m  Btngn leave* Union for CtimVinrlnnd ev  ery fiimdriy mnmlnitmi nrrivnl of "COW  JOHN McLEODS  FOR-KinST-tJUHS  OANDV, KfU/lTS,  tJKJAUS ^ TO'RAOCOS  NOTICK ii lurchy rIvoii that on tlm  _lr*,t day of Deeombir noxt appliottInn will  Jir iimilrt t������ the Stiperlntonilent of I'r.i-  fInolnl Pelloo Victoria, for 11 renewal of  the hotel bo uim     l U-qaor������ liy retnll  i������ the hotel known m ths NfilMpinft He. 'iOUAN;" end leaven Oumborlnnd Hotel  (ol,������Uutted .tl.������nd,������.0.   FMoTncu* ������t 1pm, conneoUng with ���������U������w er  Dateil Ootobor 11,.1010. UbIou.  XtlTICIl i������ liim-'iij ^ti<.u luit uu t!������v. !li. t  il.iy nf Duuomhrr 111 xt upplioatlon will ho  ni-iilii to tlio Hiipnriutoiiil.iit of Proviuclnl  PoHoa. Vlulorln, for tli������t nmowat of thn ho.  till HeoiiHB to Hill |i(|iiiirii by retail in thn  hotel known un the Port Aii(.urtn hiitel. lit  UltCll Ut ClMIIOK, M.C. J, B 1IOI.MKI?.  DntodOoUorll, 1010.  ������������������ I  NOTIOK U hrretty given that on the fii-nt  dny of Ui'i'oiiihur next application will lit  mnili- to the Siipcrinltndent of Provincial  Polioe, Viotoiia, ft-ribe renewal of the ho-  lul bueuau Lo .all liquori by icUit iu the  hotel known ������i thoWue hotel, litunt.d ������t  ('onion, It C. 1.111 f 11   I      Ci.irr..  |)4i.tiOrltilM*r I'l, IfHO,  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  Distt-ict of Coast,  TAKK NOTICE that D.widsen*\V.ud  Company, Ltd., of Vancouver, H.C.,   nc*  cupniion lumbermen, iiuends to apply for  pfimi.i.ioii   lo lease tbe following   de-  .cubed lands:���������Commencing nt a pml  plntitccl at a point on Timber Limit No,  306m on the cn.st side of Copper tfeanh,  I.oii|jlil.oi'i]iip;li   Inlet   about   to chtim  iionli of a sirc'ini on tlie said east side nf  ul siiid Copper RcncIi and 1 chain cutler  ly from the short- lino nf Coppar Reach;  1 hence wott 20 chuins, thence 10111I1  30  clniiisj thence east 20 chains   more   (*  less to .1 point 6ft feet enst nl the   shore  Iin*. of said Ccpper Renchi ihence northerly 30 thnins, but pirullel 10 tho shore  line nf I oii(;hboroii|jli Inlet, tn the point  of c.im.nietv.eiTient,  nnd contnininK 40  ,ir.r������s more or less, incltttlinx .ill the fore  short", tide lanibliind Innds   covered  by  water within the bounrlnries thereof,  ALFRED JOHNSON,  Agent (or IHvidson-Ward Co,, Lul.  lilted October ������8tb 1910.  ammm       "*   ������������������*mmmaa,maawm*a**M*m*a*ma������aama������mta*a>*am-*  VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT,  Dirrici of Sayward.  TAKK M������"������Tl������"*K iU������ th* Nnrlh P:.ri-  fi. Lumber Company("Limttrd, nf HarntM,  ll.C, occupation limiher manuracturers,  intends to apply for prrmiision to leate  the. folio win*; described foreslmie on  .Miiiihtor ot luhiio VVorkH, eiiunj to Un ptrlCampbell River, Cinimenciii({ at a post  ALKD TICNUKHS !aililritiiH������d to thu  uuumuiiinmi, and eudui'Miil *' Tt'lidnr  foil'uhliollnildhig, Grand Porks, H.O.,"  will be loooivtrd at thia olllm* until 4.00  I'.M.., on Wulnuiilii), Deuvii.b-ii' .8, 1010,  (it tha conatruutiiii ol a 1'iiblio lbiililinu at  ('ruiid'b'iirliM, H.C.  IMitnit, fpi'Olliua icina and foitn'of onntrimt  uau bu hi on unit (uiiiih nf toudor obtiiiiiHl  at life nlituA ot Mr Win, lU'tmewm, nHi-  dtnit Iu'-hiteoti Vio.ai'U, H ('., At thn 1'tn.t  Ulllue,(Iriiud FoikM.and 11c this l)o[)iirt-  nuiut,  I'liri-enB tuiulering nro rmtilloil tln������t tinitl-  oi'M will not lu UAintitleriiil nil eau nude on  the printed forniH Hiipiili'ii, nnil ni[-noil  with ttnir aulu-tl ni|{naiuiei>, nliiini*( tln-lr  iKciipntiDim and plvcH nl renldtiK'tt, In iht'  nn 1111 ot Hunt, tlm itotuil Mi������iiimirn, liu tin*  inn* of tho v-'uupiitioii aud pl<oo cf resui  tiiitit: 1 r tiivh luolilhtii ut !).C ill 11 IttiUl bt  glvMl.  Knoll teiiiliir nuHt ho nounmii<t)iud bymi  uuiii'|ittd ohiMinn on a oliir'o oil hoik, pay"  .ili'n to Hie in dm-nf  the llnnour'.hli"  the  Extract- from tlio mkmii.'.sdi'M '"-p Asseot-,  ATWN OR   nil"   DAVt''_ON*WA''.U. '-'CM-  HKV, UHIT8D.    ,';  A Company duly incorporated under the    ,  Companies Act, 1897, and amending  Acu, ,-tnd  Under the Water Clames Consolida-i'-n  ' 'Aet,'1897 and amendiBR Arts..  OBJECTS OF THE COM PA NT.  {b) The acquisition by porchujitt tnd record of water and water po**ftr of record-1  cd or unrecorded water or M'ater privileges for and the implication nf such 'Water  anil water po*er for all pr any ol the ic>\-  lowijitf purposes;    For renfierip,*"; such  water and water p.iwer available fer use,  application awd (liritnibutioti by erecting  dams, incrensini* the-head of water  in  any cximing* bojy of water, or ex'trndint,"*  the area thereof, divernng the waters of  any stream, nond or lake into any other  channel or channels,  laying or erecting  4ny line of flume, pipe ur wirri, construct-  injf any r.iceway, reservoir or .i(|ucduct,  weir, wheel, building, or other erections  of work which may bu required in connec  lion with the imprnvoment and use nf the  said water ana water power, or by niter-  it)).', renewin-;, cxtendiiiK, Improving   re-  pairing or mnintatmnu  mien  works cr  machine 1 y or any part thereof,.  (c) The use of ivaier or water power  fr������r iftilllnpt, manufacturini;, industrial nntl  mechanical purposes, and in ;p������rticular  for ihiiiMifacturml; wood palp and papif.  (cl) To use water and water power  (or producing any form of power nnd lor  producing and uener.itinx (-jectriciiy fer  tin* purpose ol light, heat erany of such  purposes.  (e) Constructing, operating and main  tainuig electric works, power houses, gen  tn.ti.'8 pbint, and inch other appliance,  aud conveniences as it* necessary ������r pro  per tor general ni eltaricty or .tny other  lorm t>( dcvrlo)4ed power, and for tian������<*  hiiitlfif; fh������i mt-ii* ioh*ti'.*d hv the Cnin  pany or bv oertons or eorporatim.s enn-,  tracii'ijj with ihe Cnmpniv thcreioi, a������ a  molne power far all the purpoir* (nr  which water, water pot'tr, el.ririciiy ������r  electiic power dm ml from water nay he  applinl, used or retpnred.  (lUp.ajoi the uni'iiim ot tliu tender,  wluoh will lie forfeited if the \mr*i<u tenil  criiii. (Iiiolini) to enter li.to a omitruut wln-ti  ciilliid npnn to do h������, or mil to oomplett  twe work u ntmouit tur, If tliu loniler Im  mil nuoeplud the ohro.ni* wiil hu ntni'i ml.  'lliu Department dona no*, hmil iuill  to  nccipt the lowi'at or uuy touder.  Dy onlor  H. 13. DKHROOIIKHH.  Hooteiary,  Dqmrtuunt of I'uhliu Wnr_������,  Oiuwa, N..venil*yr 2Uh, 1910  NouKpaperi will not he pant lor ihu ud-  vnrtiHuiiiunt if tiit-y iimoit it without authority from the I)oo������ittt.������Bt  Plnco your C!tri������tiiia������ ordor* for  Sliortbi-oitr), Fruit Cako������ nml Fruit  l.ortf, with Mitrot'clti  Urtw, n**w.  planted .it the ninihe.ist ,-orner ������t lot 67,  thenc alon<4 shore line in an easterly direction   for  about 32 chains tc a sm.ll  Island hlmwn on tlie pl.*n. ihence southerly following; the shore line nf lot by, and '  ar n disinnre of nbout .chains therefrom  te a pumt opposite the nnnliejit   corner  ol Im 66, togither with the are* covered  bv water which forms the easterly part  lyitiK between the island and   the maia-  land of laid tnt 67 as shown red on   the  plan att.ielied hetetn bin u. 11������ iuturfnt  with tbe navittatinn of the 1 ivei.  Thk Noai'i I'acjfic l.UMpr.R !(*o,l_t<l  At.V.K.SMttKft ClUttt.KSON, A������t'lU.  Dated 151b Ocaber. 19m.  An Ad in the  News  pays.    Try it.  TAKK NuTICK that Wnliam Y. -Smith,  ol Va'ioouvttr, OCoupsliKii, curpfijii) , |n������  lendk to apply (or ptvrrnitt-i'iti to *>'u*'h-_>.  thtfnlto.t|i0 .UicrlHud Un ie.-.���������V. ���������mif.i'nif-  lng at e post plantftl ������"* ���������lie ������f4th east wt.  uer ef No. I, thence nt rth mi oh<in������, ihenee  ti*tH0nhiini, theaee ittuih ,&0 chain .  ik#ni** w������������t Hn ebhla*-,'te pelnt ol ei>.nni->  -/iiceuui,*., t<>u'ftirtiu# 8t0 ������crf������. i������*. re cp  l*������. vrTLLlAMr.HMlTH,  Nome i.f A-ipboi-nt,  l)������i, UaneQ'h, 1010. I
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THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
 ! "   . it ,	
GOLDS
BREED
CATARRH
Her Terrible Experience Shows
How Peruna Should Be in Every
Home to Prevent Golds.
Mrs. C. S.
Sage rser,
1311 "Woodland Ave.,
Kansas
City, Mo.,
-writes:'    f
"I feel it
a duty to
you and to
others' that
may be afflicted like
myself, to
speak' for
Per una.
"My trou-
ble fi r s t
came after
la gr 1 p p e
eight or
nine years
ago, a gathering in my
head and
neuralgia. I
bu ft e; r e d
most all the
% i me. My
inose,,...'ears
and e y e s
-were" badly
affected   for
the last two years. I think from your
description ' of - internal catarrh that I
must have had that also. I suffered
very severely.
"Nothing ever relieved me like Pe-
^runa.I.t keeps me from taking cold.
"With the exception of some deafness ;I am feeling perfectly cured. I
am forty-six years old.
"1 feel "that words, are inadequate to
express my praise for Peruna."
Catarrh in Bad Form.
Mrs,' Jennie Darling, J**, F. D. 1,
Smyrna Mills, Maine, writes:. "I was
unable to do my work for four yeai-p,
a. I had "catarrh in a bad form. I
coughed incessantly, and got so weak
and was confined to my bed.
���"' "P.run-v came to my relief and by
faithfully using it. I am able to do my
work Peruna is the best medicine that
I eiei   took"
JEWELED BOOKS.
Volumes Bound In Gold and Set With
Precious Stones. ,
There was an ancient legend to the)
effect that the'iamous "Golden Fleece";
A FLORAL DEPARTMENT
C. P.
R. Takes interest in Flower Bed
as Woll. as Road Bed
That a great railroad should take an
interest in tho flower bed us well as
the road bed, is a new departure���
yot notrnew, for it has passed the experimental stage and is now an n.siir
��� CUCtl   lillUb   IUV lt.II.UU3       u<jm
I was   a   book   covered   in   sheepskin,i
j teaching the transmutation of the bas-i
j er metals into pure gold. ���.<.- , , ,.   ���,,    _-,-     ,.      ,_    ...   T.  .,
The   Roman   scrolls   were  adorned| ��;d i��ct. lhe Canadian Padhc Kailway
with bosses of gold or gems, and their . Company    has    a    floral department
'leaves  having   been    smoothed   with!, .wl,lchf, dispenses free y to the Agents
I pumice were scented with cedar oil.. \ir01" the Atlantic to the Pacific, flower
'The   Bvsantino emperors  were  great   seeds, bulbs shrubs, etc.  for the beau-
*         ������       ficution of its stations.   All who have
travelled extensively liave vivid recollections of the" beautiful surroundings
at some wny.ide station, not only in
this country but also in Europe. .To
a traveller who sees nothing of a
town, .what an inspiration to see the
name'of the stopping place.iiLJi-beaiu.
Ml
Mrs. C. S. Sagerser.
Just Their Style
���_ _Mc_G inni__���.Arrah, _b_ut _ _i t's___a__,f o in c.
time they do bu havin" at th' openin'
'nt th' new hotel.
P'Neery���Yis.    Oi counted six men
dey chucked out in a half hour,
! patrons of books and "the Byzantine
coatings" or book covers were famous
for their magnificence; they.were of'
gold, silver, copper, gilt, set with jew-
' els, and these massive tones were carried  in imperial processions.   ���
"The Silver Book" of Ulphilas.,
Bishop of Moesia, a lranslatioji_.of_lhe_
Gospels, was rebuked by St. Jerome.:
"Your books lire covered with.precious!
stones," said., he, "while Christ died'
���naked, before the gate of His'temple";.
which has been compared to the say-;
ing of Sadi, the Persian poet, concern-'
ing;the Mohammedan scriptures: '.'Thd
Koran was given to reform the conduct of men, and men : have only ^
thought of embellishing its pages."
The books produced in the early centuries of the middle ages were of re-
j markable beauty, inwardly and outwardly;   religious   manuscript.*    were
l enriched by illuminations within,
while their covers were of silver, goli
and enamel encrusted with gems.
They were bestowed as splendid gifts I
by bishops and princes on monastic
houses and churches, where they were
laid on the altar or chained to a
desk. ,
Such chained books were named*
"Catenati"; a,rough, outer covering
protecting them of dark skin, or ^sealskin, and later of "chrevotin," a sort
of leather, or "sendal," a coarse silk.,
Such coverings Were also called .'"che-..
mises," as a "chemise ���of sandal
wood." These rare books were also
placed" in caskets, in shrines'or "cap-
soe"; in Ireland they were laid in
satchels, otherwise named "polaires,"'
or "Tiagha Ubur," and the Celtic
bookbinding possessed a peculiar!
;beauty of -its/.own.-       '/'���''���';       -���"������'
There were secular bookbinders in:
the middle ages who gradually formed'
themselves into guilds of craftsmen,
but the monks .'alone .united the arts
of composition,. caligraphy. illumination, bookbinding, setting of jewels,
enamelling and work on leather, silver
and gold in one artist. The monaster-'
ies of Kenilworth and Sithen" were
granted unlimited rights of hunting,
that they might obtain "stag hide"
for binding their books.
The European princes were .great
book lovers, and songs of their collee-
tions .areJamous.-though nowldj_s____l__
tit'ul design., There is "an instant" .de
sire to see more of the town. - The
Canadian Pacific is aggressive and
progressive. The first transcontinental road to put ships on the Pacific
now puts a floral belt across the continent.*
Just now.the annual distribution of
bulbs is being made, the seeds, etc.,
being s.ent out in the spring, and qvev
half a ..million are being forwarded to
the employees all along the road. After sixteen years operation the Company finds it has 1.5C0 gardens at its
stations, and this is a result that is
encouraging 'not only to the management of the road, but to the lovers of
flowers that travel along its lines.
We go to all parts of the world for the wonderful ingredients of Psychine  (pronounced Si-keen).   We combine
these ingredients in the finest chemical laboratories
in Canada, and so great is our 30-year-old faith
in this preparation that we'll buy a 50-
cent bottle of'it from your druggist
and give it to you to try.
FIRST BOX CURED
HIS LAME BACK
High   Praise   For  GIN   PILLS. .
.,.���';      ...     ,    Smithyille,. Out. .
"I suffered for throe years with a
Pain in My Back. I niii now taking
('IN PILLS and find a great relief
ni'ler taking only one box."','
W. J.  BALDWIN.
7s it nny wonder that we sell, GIN
PILLS with nn iron-chid 'gun run tee of
money hack if "they .fail to give, relief?
We know'that GIN PILLS .will stop
the priin in the buck���-relievo tin* bladder���nnd cure every truce of Kidney
Trouble hnd Klicumiitisin.
GIN PILLS have cured thousands
of eases of Kidney .Trouble that were
regeriled as boneless,
Wo don't niik you to huy GIN
PILLS to Ilnd out what, they will do
for you,
, Simply write uh, mentioning--this
paper, nnd wo will sond you a sample
box free, Then, if you arc una lib- to
Hot tho regular six/.' boxes at yonr
doalr.'!*')*, write us, and wo will sup-ilty
you at tlio I'd nil i>rk'.i--~_ik'. u box, (i
for $_."i(). GIN IMLl.fi are mado nnd
piiliriiiitrcd by tho hi'-go-t wholesale
drug limine in tho  llriiish Umpire.
Niiti'niiil Drug and Olieinicril Co..
Dept, N.  (J,, Toronto. 17
���links���".Mr.
(���poke a  luirslv word
"Yes," r"iir'H-''d a
Mint din' to kiinlii's
That's wh.it I should
Either  niicooss  nr
tlioho who stniy frniii
Miinl.-iii  says
to his
111'    Ill'Vt'l'
wiff."
lady,  "Imt   win'
s      nr   ciHitiin?
like lo know,"
f'-ilni-"  ooiiii'k   U>
tlio hoiiloii 1111th,
ed far and wide; sometimes reappear-:
ing as treasures cast up on the shores.
of time in some museum or library.
Charlemagne  was   a  great  patron  -jf
bookbinding,     surrounding     himself
with    Italian    workmen;    Theolind,,
Queen of the Lombards,  presented ..-a.
magnificent Gospel, overbid with gold,
silver  and  jewels,   to  the  Cathedral
of Monza.       .    -.>. .   '
The ��� Dukes of Burgundy were renowned for their libraries. The "Boc-
cacio" of Charles' the Bold was bound
in ,red velvet, set'with five large, rubies; another Burgundian book was
velvet-bound set' with 58 pearls of
great size, with a.small "silver instrument" for turning the pages. "Pipnes"
were also attached to some;of these
costly tones; they were littlp" burs of
silver or gold, forming "supports tor
markers," sometimes the "pippe" was
set with rubies, while the numerous
markers were adorned with pearls.-
Tho library of Philip thi. 'Good of
Burgundy in"1'tho 15th century surpassed all the European book collecr
tions of tlio timo; it contained nenrly
10,000 volumes, nearly all richly illuminated on vellum,' with bindings of
damask sntin nnd velvet encrusted by
jewels, with clasps of chased gold nnd
I gems, Bruges, whom the duenl,court
was held, wns filled with literary
crnftsmen, nnd some of iheir, splendid
productions nre still to he seen i/t the
l.olginn Royal Library.
Henry VI. of Hii��ln,nd. pofi?ps.-*'"d a
fine library. Lady ,hiu- ('row Mar'/
Quoon of Soots iiini CatlK'riAc'do Modi-
ois wore all book lovo-s; the Scottish
Quoon usually hnd hor .liookn bound
in black, but ono notable, voluinc 'wii*��
covered in rod volvot, elu-'pod with
'plntiiiii nnd stud W|  with J-wol*.-.
Tn IRfi.'l tho French King, IL'iiry IIL,
pns'"d n law prolilhltlng Mw* v.--:*nr*in��
of jewels by lhe niid'Po i<*'i<**. will
npncinl permi^i'iii to ndorii lh"ir tnis.
sids and d-'voiimnl hnok-i *,��� i' 11 diamonds; thoy niij'lit hnvo [our diamonds on thoir book cor rs, tho noble*
five and the prince* any mrnbor, In
tbo middle of the Kith .i-iilui-y. when
Hilda was Hacked liy Ihu Turks, -miiR-
iiilloont iniuuiscripts were ruined for
their jewels,
The Origin of Spectacles.
An ..eminent authority  has recently
.contradicted    some    widely    accepted
opinions on the subject of spectacles.
For 'instance, he found as the result
of a.n-ex.mination of historical  data*,
that1, to the, Egyptians, the Greeks and (
the .komans   glasses   were   unknown. \
This is in,contravention of the common .statement that Nero used glasses
to correct..his nearsightedness. "Spec-
tacles, we are how told, were invented
by. two Italians, Armati and Spina, at
the end of the thirteenth century.   At j
first, only convex lenses   were   used, j
but after about two .centuries concave
ones'-were employed.   Thomas Young
discovered the use of cylindrical lenses
in 1801, and the astronomer Airy applied them for the correction of stig-
matism'in, 18*27.., Bifocal-   spectacles
were" invented and first used by Benjamin Franklin in'1785.
, '    '       o   '   .  ���
..Convenient English Custom.
In : England a small carafe, or
water ,bottle, with a drinking glass
���inverted over the top,-is always kept
in-every bedroom and freshly filled,
morning and night. This is a most
convenient custom where there is not
the
Yumnr""!""**"wirter~"in'~or-near"-t n e -roon i ,-
as "one will often go. without the wished for.' swallow after a disagreeable
.pill"or to relieve a sudden cough or
sneeze rather than trouble to send
for it. Children are always "wanting
a drink," and,they can be taneht to
get it'for themselves if it is always
in some convenient place and kept
free\ from dust by the overturned
tumbler is far bettor for them than
water in an open pitcher.
For ntafly the third of ��. century we
hnvo known what Psychine will do.
We have known it to cure hundreds ot
thousands in that time, of some ot the
most desperate cases of disease known
to medical science.
"We have received thousands of unsolicited testimonials, which we will
gladly let you look over should you
desire.
Think of It, a third of. a century's
^xperience with one preparation, a
third of a century's intimate knowledge of what extraordinary cures it
bas made���almost a lifetime!
'Do you wonder then with that perfect knowledge of Psychine, that we
are anxious to bring it to the notice
:>f everyone ln Canada suffering from
disease?   .
Do you wonder that we want those
io know who are using wrong meilio.s
of cure, who are not getting well, and
���vho we know will be benefited by
Psychine.
Do  you  wonder  that  we  can  buy
hundreds of thousand? of 50-cent bottles of Psychine from "he druggists of,
Canada to give to those who wish to
try it?
*  * *
Psychine builds vitality.
Jl strengthens and increases the
white (.'o''_)u..(-les of the blood ��� the
phagocytes the policemen or scavengers of tbe blood.
.These white corpuscles of the blood,
when strong enough, destroy every
disease germ that gets iiuo the body
keeps the httdy healthy.
If these white corpuscles are sot In
sufficient numbers or are not sufficiently strong:, then these disease germs
destroy them and disease holds the
body. That's the cause of nearly every
disease that afflicts the human race.
For years, centuries, in fact, it has
been recogniied that herbs are the most
effective treatment for disease;'.
It is only within recent times that
we have been able to tell just why they
were so effective.
Because certain of them increased
and strengthened the white corpuscles
or phagocytes.
These herbs are employed in compounding Psychine.
We go all over this world to obtain
these herbs. Arabia, South America,
China and Japan all contribute.
And the result is a preparation that
will restore health and build vitality as
no other preparation will.
That has proven Itself in nearly tho
third of a century's use as no other
preparation has proven itself.
That is a .most effective treatment
for:
below, mall it to ns and we'll give yoat
druggist an order (for which we pay
���him the regulai retail price) for a accent bottle of Psychine to be given
you free of cost.
We will undoubtedly buy and distribute in this manner hundreds of thou*
sands of these 50-cent bottles of Psychine. -
And we do that to show our entire
confl'.ence in this wonderful preparation. ,
A confidence that has been based on
our 30 years' experience with this
splendid preparation, with a full knowledge of the hundreds of thousands of
cures it has made.
LaOripne
Kronchi'K-
Heinorrhiiire.
Soie Throat
Anatmiiii
Female Wealcne.B
liKlige^tion
Poor Apnetlti
Chilli and Ki-vers
���*lt'epl"Ksn.<san'l
Vi-rvoiw Troubles
Bronchial Coughs
*\V_iik Luiifts
Weak Voice
Kprinir Weakness
Rirlv Declin"
C'itAi-rhrf.1 AtfficMotiR
Cai-iirh of Stomach
Night. Swea's
Obs-lina!.. Co-'gh.
Liarjrnu:'"-". and ,
Dyspepsia
Aftcr-cffroM   of  Pleurisy,  Pneumonia and
La Grippe.
Now we don't ask you to take our
void for the tremendously beneficial
effect of Psychine.   Fill out the coupon
COUPON No. 94
To the Dr. T. A.SLOCUM,  Ltd.
193-195 Spadina Ave., Toronto
1 aocepl. your offer to try a.*50c. bott'e
of Psychine (pronnunct-n Si-keen) at
your expense. I ha- e not had a ,*i0o.
bottle of Psychine tinder 'lliu plan.
Kindly udviRf my druggist to deliver
thi. bottlo to me.
My Name	
Town .-'. '	
Street and Number	
My Druggist's Xame	
Stroetand Nnmber  .?,..
This coupon t�� net Rood for a 40_. hot I lo
of 1 svehino if presented to the dnigi, iHt
��� it. mutt, be sent us���wo will then buy
the 60c' b-'ttle of Psychine- from your
tlniKgirtanri direct, him lo deliver it to
you. Thiii offer may bo withdrawn at
any time without notice. Send coupon
to-day.
Appearance Often Deceptive
"What a fine looking man that is!"
exclaimed a young lady as' a gentleman passed by who would attrapt attention anywhere.
"Yes," replied her companion. "He
looks-lik__.an_eiicy_lopedi_.__l.ut he,
talks like a premier."
Kidney/. Wrong?-
Removing the Cause
Gosling���Doctah,    I've      insomnia.
What 11 1 do?
"l.o  you  hang up that necktie in
your room?"
"Yaas."
j L'_>Veil._,l_ea_ye____it._on___the���fire.__escape.
i Five dollars."
I 	
Ominous Words.
"That writer says he is goioc* to
print an absolutely truthful and impartial analysis of your career."
"Absolutely truthful and impartial I" echoed Senator Sorghum.
"Great Scott! 1 wonder what I have
done to offend him'!"'
"������'"' Paring an Elephant's Nails.
"Whennn elephant is in captivity the
nature of Its habits permits the beast',
nnils to grow to nn abnormal length���
thus the necessity for the careful paring of the nails. After the elephant
has been securely roped tho nails are*
cut with a saw,���London Sketch.
if they are you are . in danger.'
When through weakness or disease
the kidneys fail to filter the, im-
pui'itios from tho blood, trouble
comes at once. Backache, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Gravel,, Diabetes, Gall Stones and.; the deadly
���Bright'.*" Disease arc some of the
results of neglected kidneys. Dr.
Morse's Indian Root Pills contain
a nios. effective diuretic which
strengthens and stimulates the
kidneys so that they do their work
thoroughly and well.   Try
DR. MORSE'S
INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS
For Sprains and Bruises.���There is
nothing better for sprains and contusions than Dr. Thomas' ".electric Oil.
It .-will reduce the swelling that follow..;, a .'.sprain, ������will cool the inflamed
flesh'- and draw the pain -as if by
magic. It will take the ache out of
a b-.uise and prevent the flesh from
discoloring-. It seems as if there was
iinigic in it, so speedily does the injury disappear under treatment. \ ���
The Truth Will Out
Mabel���Susan, how old will you be
on your next birthday?
Street Car Conductor���Thirty-fourth,
next.
Susan���Horrid man! How did he
know? _.__	
Sttilahb Gum
anlo���It stops coughs, cares colds, heals
m throat anil lungs. -   -   ��� -i c��nts.
Regular .dishonesty is easier to manage than irregular honesty.
Many n man is so stingy that he
won't even tell a joke nt his own expense. "���        ���'���'������
jl,**************'*-
MOTHER'S LITTLE
TREASURE
Whnt mother .does not look
upon hep bnliy ns a liltlo (reassure. What mother would not
riithi-r snl'fer lionelf ilmn ki-o
her precious little one suffer.
The well child liring* joy tn Hie
* luiiiie���the    sick    I'liild
NURSING MOTHERS
������ show the  beneficial   effects of
Scoffs Emulsion
in a very short time.   It
'not only builds her  up,
.', bu,t.ciuicl-.es the mother's
' milk and properly nourishes the child.
Nearly all mothers -vho
. "nursetheirchildrcn should
take this splendid food*
tonic, not only to keep
up their own strength but
tn nrnnerlv  nourish  their    University limit Race sixty yi-nra ngo.,
children,
yon hxt.r. nr u.\. hiiroiiiKiu
Yearly Incomo���Hnlf a Million.
Ono of the wonlthii'st men in Kn-
rope, Huron de Forest, who ehtertiiin-
ihI Mr. and Mrs. Winston Chureliill
durii'K their Continental trip, is reputed to enjoy mi annual ineon'is of elofii
upon half a milhilii, Ilo was one of
two adopted sons of the late Huron
Ilirseh, who loft Iiini nn enormous
fortune. '���Allhoiif.h lie was enmted n
baron hy tl|e Kinju-ror of Austria when
he was only twenty, lie lui!* since become a iiatiirali/iitl Hritisli subjuot. II.
rt'ci'iveu it Uior.ugii ..nun.--- u.lining
nt I'ti.n nm! <Hf;-nl, mid iiMfinitely
married Mine. Monlor, tin* widow of
tho "Chocolate Kiiif.." He marreid as
his Hueond wilt) a sister of bird Ger-,
ard, and oil tlnilr  weddliiK day pre-',
sc'llti'd his wile with a wonderful col-*
.     ���        .i       i  , , ���    t i
iirv.viviii   ��.i��   Utki.'-.i.-'v   p.l'..-..������-    |.   .��...-���,  v..v*
ropo ulono having cost *1'.,*.0,IXX*.
Old "Bluee." '
No fewer than threo of tho judged
now entitled to Hit in the House of
, 1/irds are old "IUuoh." The Ixird*,
Ch.uif.t'lli-r thrice pluyi-l lu the Oxforl!
cricket eleven nml thrico represented!
bi-J iMdvt>rnity nt rncijiii'tM. Lord Mue.,
liii^hit.'ii rowed for OiunbridK'i in tho1,
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nnsi'i'.', (Ii'spiur
niotherH,' lln'i'i'
\'oiir biiby  lo
brings
and care.      Hut,
is   nti    ni'i'd for
ie cross  and  nil-
ill'-", even during tlie iniicli
ili'i'inlcd tecdiing time, What
liiihy needs tn heep Iiini well is
nn (icc'iis'oi'iil duse of Hiiby's
Own Tablets, Tlu'Si- Tablets
cure nil htiiiniich nnd bowel
trotijilcs; destroy, worms. and
liuike tei'lhing easy. 'Mrs, 1-ierr"
M. Oorniior, New liii'lunmid
nciifiT', t)u<'��� writes :-"Hiiby'H
Own Tablets have b"('li of great
benefit to my little one nnd now
he sleeps well nml eats well and
is lumpy nil tlie time," The
Tablets nm sold by nil medicine di'iili'i's nt % cents a box
or direct from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine On., Hrockvillo, Out,
i Teacher (to dull boy in mathematics) "You should be ashamed of yourself. Why, ut your nge George Washington was a surveyor."
Pupil���"Yos, sir, and nt your nge he
wns president of the United Status."
Minard's Liniment Curos Colds, &c.
"Whnt is a counter-i'Titanf?" asked
Mrs. Sniithers. "A counter-irritant,"
replied Sniithers, "is ii woman who
|mnk"s the shopman pull down every-
|thing from the shelves for two hours,
l-n-ifl 4""i(*n buys n pennyworth of lmir-
Ipins." '   ���   '" , ���'������...    ���
Now is the period of time between
awhile ago nnd after awhile.
Holloway's  Corn ,Cui-o    takes
corn  out  by  the  roots,    Try  *t
prove it.
end
Gregson���"Why are you following
that .young man .at the plough with a
whip?','
" Farmer���"Why, that's my son. He
enme from college with his hair parted in tlio middle an' n-smokin' a cigarette. They sent mo n whoppin' big
bill nn' snid he'd bin n-sowing of his
wild onts. I tell you sir, I'm miikin'
him sow some tamo ones now,"
Minard's  Llnltnent Cures  Distemper.
"Now, Harry," said the inspect')!*,
which would you rather write nhovit?
All you know idiout William the Conqueror or nil about our Inst holiday?"
"All I know iilnut, Williniii the Con-
'���uornr." said Hurry,, "Why," snid tlie
inspector, surprised, "Well, you mi\"
snid Marry, "I could write nil I know
nbout Wil'.iniu the Coiupunqr in n few
minutes, wheri'iis if would take inc. a
couple of hours to write about my last
ho'iiliiy,"
Shikhb Giav
auiolil-iitop. couch., cores colds, heals
ths throst anil  liuius. ���   ���   ��� 85 ctrats.
Gluldren Often Need
be too
Harsh
An  Incronsn on tho Rond
TTeiivy Mnn (to inii!)ngt'i'.---Tliemil-
nry   you offer   won't   pay   for   postal
ciirds;
,   "Woll, you  run  hnvo  Iho cabbage*'
illhl   ���\.i'.i   ,1'iit li   o" I   '''<���    '���'"'   "'''���   '"'ri'*'
sliinds,"
"Only once have I spoken cross to
my wife," said n mini to nn intinintc
friend,
"Indeed!" I'ciuurl'od the lultev in
some surprise,
"Yos," snid Hie first, Hpcnkor, rnthcr
nnibigiiously; "once wns quite enough
for mo."
A Simple nnd Cheap Modlclno,���
A siiiiple, cheap mid effective medicine is something lo bo desired. There
is nu medicine so effective n rcgu-
lntrir of the digestive system ns 1'ur-
mi'lcc's Vegetable 1'ills. Tliey nro
siniple, Hiey are chi'iip, they can bo
got nny where, nnd their heuellcinl
action will prove their recomiuendn-
lln*\      Thev   iivii   tho   niiiiHcbie  of   the
poor inni. nnd those who wish to ch-
ciipi! linctoi���'�� niils wiii do \seii iu giving then) a trial,
ft laxative���but you, cannot
careful what you give them.
purgatives Injure the bowels and pave the way for
life-long troubles.   The new
evacuantln    . __.   ,
does tho work most
effectively without Irrltatin. the bowels
���or, causing any dlsoomfort.   The children like them for they taste
like candy.   One of the most popular of the NA-DRU-CO preparations,
25c. ��� box.  Ifyourclru.el.t hu not y.tilock.d them, sand 25c. tnilw* will mall tli.m. 30
Ntlfon.l Drug -nil Chtmlc��I Compnny of C_iuila, LlmlleJ,      ���      .      Moiilr����l.  '
iiitSMBtii!
DO0DS'.'/
KIDNEY
Mrs, fuller "You surely don't nl-
ways give your hiisbund a necktie on
111.-   bil-tlut.!������'���<*'
Mrs. Athiiiin���-"Vtw, 1 do; nnd tins
poor deiir doesn't even know its Hie
Hiunn one ench tlmo!"
Red, Wonk, Winry, Wntery Eyes
RHiirvnd by Murino Kyo Remedy
Try Mnrliie for your Kyo Trouble**
Yo;i will like Murine. It P-onth'-v
fiOc nt Your Diusgista,   Write for Kyo
Hooh.! Free     Murine   Kyo   Remedy
Co,, Toronto. 2
R**4 IV., nom* of i����(��r anrl thi* ��.|. fir i^r
ImiiiilKiil -tiitiHB, Hunk mil t'lill.C, M.i lf(j.|iu.i��.
Ji.k��h l/��nk tmiiuint �� 0.h��I /���m li IVhiiji,
���SCOTT A IIOW.NK
I2t WtUini'luu -./--I, \V������      Jmtaatm, Q*4.
Bculling cliuntpioiiahip of the unlvor-
Hity���ttt 1K6I; wliilo thu Lord (Jhiof,
Justirt* was fairi��u�� V>oth a. runner'
nnd cricketer, nnd to this day prft-l
nervci n kcjn intoftcst 111 tho national'
pnnw- as prc-iidflnt of tho Surrey Crie*
Kot Club nnd nn nx-prosidciit ol tb��'
Irfaryli'liKint/ Cricket Club.
W. N. U., No. 820.
j Knpeck'^ will was ln-iii-. drawn un
I by the Inwyi-r. "I hen-by bi-tpnnth nil
huy property to my wife," dii-tntcd
, Kopeck. "(lot that dowri'" "\i-i."
>"On condifion," rorifinn^l Kopi-'ck,
"thut sin* iniirriis vviHiiii a ytar."
"Rut, why Hint condition!"" nuked the
;mnn of Inw. "Because," answered the
Itmr^k fintl lowly l^sfator. "1 want
' nomclKHly to be sorry that I died."
Temporapy Heat Quickly
Did you ever stop to think of the many ways in which a
perfect oil heater is of value ? If you want to sleep with your window open In winter, you can get sufficient heat from an oil heater
while you undress at night, and then turn It off,   Apply a match
���in the morning, when you get out of
bed,and you haveheatwhileyou dress,
Those who have to eat an early
breakfast before the stove is radiating
heat can Ret immediate warmth from
an oil heater, and then turn it off,
The atrl who practices on the piano
In a cold room-In the morning can
have warmth from an oil heater while
she plays, and then turn it off.
The member of the family who
has to walk the floor on a cold winters night with a restless baby cuu met
temporary* heat with m oil hc&tcr, uud
then (urn It off.  The v   ,*
PERFECT!��
)j Abiohltly mohleu mi oiorim  "
!i Invaluible In Iti wpaclrv of quletdy giving he��i, Apply ��� tri��tch and It It Im.
medldtcly it work. Jt will burn for nine hours without refilling. It Is safe,
imokeltf.s and odorIc3s, It hiiu n dump'jr top and tt coo! b.ndle. An Indicator
ilwayi ahowa tho amount of oil In the font.
It hrif- an iiHlnmnllc.locklr.fi flnme sprtrndttr which prevents the
wick from being turned high enoiiRh to smoke, and 1�� easy to remove and drop
sack so that the wick can be cleaned In an Instant.
The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, and can be quickly
unscrewed for rewlcktng. Finished In japan or nickel, strong, durable, well*
made, built for service, and yet light and ornamental,
tuiltti t-wyw>,itt.   If t.t/1 at yimu. tm'lr fr* dttttifH*! ��/��*rti"*r
taiuatamtattaiyt/tki
The Imperial OU Company*
UmlUd. '1 f f*   id  "  "l    *.'  THE   1STEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH .COLUMBIA.  H  THE cardinal principle ln soup-making Is to extract all the nourish.-  ment  from  the  meat  or bones, ���������  which are the "stock,*!, otherwise  the basis of the.dish.  To the failure to do this ls,..to be attrlb- .  ���������uted much of the disrelish for this excel-'  lent article of food for which Americans  are proverbial. A, witty epicure once  called a dinner party that did-not begin  with soup of any kind, "an acephalous  feast."  It lacked a head In his eyes.      .,,  If we knew how to make better soups  and practiced .what .we knew, they would  soon become as essential a part of bur  _cl__Hy_fare as_they are ln other civilized  countries^ '~&o~mueS^f^Hat^ass"e'_"ln~  prlvate houses and in country hotels as  soup Is little better than seasoned dishwater that the aforesaid disrelish ,1s  abundantly explained. How. well, ' we'rec----  ollt>ct the wretched travesties of the real  thing, and how rebellious is the educated  diaphragm In the memory! Watery,  mottled with big globules of grease! with  a thin residuum of-rice or barley, or,  perchance, of peas anil cubes of carrots,  that give it a local habitation and a  name among "edibles; what ��������� wonder ��������� it  those whoso acquaintance with the soup  tribe Is based uiwn the "dishwater" decline further association?  A' bui-ly. well-to-do furmer who sat opposite to me at a mountain hotel Borne  ' years ago voiced the sentiments ot his  class upon this subject:  "Soup, sir?" said tho glib waitress In  hia oar.. "Mutton,, tomato or chicken  soup?"  "Xylher, If you plonse!" uttered,tho  independent citizen with deliberate emphasis.   "When I ent I want something'  that hns somo mibstanco into It!"  So nay we nil of us!, The Initial step  In our lesson Is to learn how to put the  "gubstnne. into" the soup.  A good soup stock Is made, by cutting  Into .mall cube* a pound of lean beef  and the name quantity of lean veal, add-  in*, to theHo n hoof bone full of marrow  and woll crack nil, that the "Biibsitiinco"  mny be extracted from the heart ot tho  hone,  "I could never do much with hones,"  tho matron of a boarding home far  working .woman remarked enrclc_nly tn  me, axnlnnntory of a heap of nlw and  cooked bones thn cook was tousle. Into  tho gnrbtiBO pall, "When the meat Is  off thoy nro ,*u.t offnl���������nnthlno- otto," '  Yot ������ho hail n pot dog thnt would gnaw  '*A  ye_?e*fe6/e$  *- into Cudes  ready to tako it from the ranne. Add  then plenty of salt and pepper, and do '  not forget two maspoonfuls of kitchen  bouquet. Set away, covered, to cool. '  When perfectly cold tho fat will .be  formed upon the surface In a solid cake.  Tako this off, breaking aa little as possible. Not a particle of fat should bo  left upon a well-made soup. It Is a cull-  nary solecism that approximates a crime.  Strain tho skimmed stock through a  colander, pressing hard to get all the  nourishment out of the materials. You  havo ^now. a. mass of. really worthless  stuff, which may go 'into' the garbage  pall without arousing a twinge in the  most enlightened conscience. The pampered "dog would not leave his succulent  bone for the mess of pottage tunned out  of :.the colander.  .What you" should have left to you is a  rich jelly, holding all this, nutritious elements of meat mid vegetables and capable of numberless   variations   under  many  names.. ��������� "Stock"  is*.the generic  name;   Should, you wish >to have a clear  soup, dip out a pint or so of th_ jellied  . stock  and  bring it  quickly  to  a boll.  Strain through a cheesecloth and return  to the flrei  as'soon" as it boils up again  add the beaten white of an egg; cook  tsiowly five .minutes and strain out the *���������  albumen, which will'take with it all the  impurities of che liquid., Strain this time -  without  squeezing. , ��������� Add1 a"' glass -: of.  sherry ana  me julee of half a'iemon,  with   a   tablespoonful   of   caramel   to  deepen, the color and mellow the flavor. ���������  Serve as a "company soup."  At the risk of losing ground in the  respect of epicure and Philistine, 1 con-,  less frankly to a preference for broths  and' family thick soup, and purees above .  what are characterized as 1 have called:  them just now���������"company soups." That ���������  is, such as are to be served at dinner,  parties and high/days in general.  Jellied,  bouillon is en regie at state luncheons in  warm   weather,   and   Is: undeniably  refreshing and palatable if properly made  and cunningly seaeoned.   For my own.  eating, I affect the thick broth, founded  upon the clouded portions of "stock   ana  further  enriched by tapioca,  sago,  to-r  matoea, split or g-reen peas, mashed po-   ���������  tatoes, vegetable marrow; in fact, win  anv really good left-overs that are utilized in this form by the skillful cook.  To bind any, of these into a cjearnjr  compound, lean, to make a "n",-���������  white sor brown. An Knglish. gourm"tt  critieisea -his national cosine for th"-  "trick of thickening gravies and broth**,  with uncooked flour. The W������������������*',..  '��������������� affirms. "Is slovenly and disgusting  When I eat drawn buttor and gravies  or soups (so-called) In which the tast.  of raw Hour overcomes other Mayor.,"**.  incline to his opinion,   After divers unsuccessful attempts ,to drill a, cook ln  the simple n'rt of -nnltlng Scotch'broth,  taking as a base the liquor in  which  mutton had been cooked, 1 took advantage.of her temporary indisposition .one'-.,  day to finish the preparation of our fa-' .  vorlte "potnge."   She had it all ready,   ���������  except  the   final   thickening  and   boil-  up.   I put a gooil tablespoonful of but-���������  ter Into a frying pan, stirred into it as It ,>  heated the like quantity of ��������� Hour, -and  when they were a   smooth,    bubbling  paste, poured in a cupful of hot mlik.  A tablespoonful of minced, parslpy and  a teaspoonful  of onion  juice went in ���������  next.   All bofled up onco, the &poon at  work all the time, and the result was  mixed with the soup ..awaiting the final  touches.  The broth was oaten delightedly by  the family, who had. known it in the old  country. _''. ,, .  "Th. genuine article!", was the verdict.  "However did you make it so dilfer-  ent?" asked the invalid, to whom the  waitress carried a plate of the broth;  From that day she entered into ihe  secret of the cooked and blended flour,  if the reader doubts the probability  that so slight a variation in the treatment of raw materials can make so  much difference, let her try it,  The Roux  1 Have the frying pan perfectly. clean  and put into It a great spoonful of butter. As soon as it begins to smoke  stir in carefully a scant spoonful of  sifted flour and keep stirring until you  have a heaving mass of creamy why,e,  as light as a meringue/ The soup or  gravy should be ready to receive tt.  For brown ragouts or gravies, the  flour should be browned before it goes  into the hot butter.  Mock Turtle Soup  Esteemed by some good judges as.the.  "king of soups," this naturally has a  calf's head -.as a ."motif," It Is savory,  unctuous and goodly to behold. I am not  the only critic of its merits who rates.lt  as far more delicious than the green  turtle which it. "macks."'.- It is Incomparably less expensive.  The head is, boiled steadily.-..until., the  meat slips easily from the bones.'- Season the liquor with salt and pepper and  leave the head in it until next day.  Then remove it, .skin off. the fat and  fake out the bones. Put the jellied  stock left in the pot 6ver the flre with  greedily and happily for an hour upon a  discarded  bone and  fattened upon  the  ^juices he got therefrom.  She had heard  a himWedTlmWlm'a"qubt6'd'"as"often-the-  saylng: "The nearer the bone the sweeter, the meat," without ever asking why ,  it had gained a place among the world's  . truisms.-   .;,'���������'���������  Crack' the bone Into half a dozen  pieces, then cut, not chop, the meat, if .  minced It has a,tendency to clog in cooking, "forming masses that are seared on .  the outside and underdone In the middle.  Prepare al the same time half a cupful  of carrots,  cut Into squares; a turnip,  V likewise cut into.-small bits; an onion  minced line and a stnlk of celery, cut  into half-inch- lengths. Lay these- In"  cold wuter for un hour and then drain.  Put into a pot ot boiling .water and cook  one minute to take uway tl.e rank  earthy taste that clings to raw vegetables which havo grown underground.  The flavor of the '"stock" will bo far  more delicate for the brief parboiling.  Drain the chopped vegetables; add them  ,to tho meat unci bones, cover deep with  -cold water and put over the tiro. A gallop of water In none loo-much for the  quantities of meat and bone-* of which 1".  have spoken, Cover the pot clxscly and  set where It will not reach the boiling  , point under nn hour, yet will'be heating steadily. After It begins to simmer  and sing hold tlie heat steady, still, for  another hour, Jncreu.o then until the  Blitmer l������ tho gentlest nf bubbling-*. To  boll ������oup stock fast and hard Is to ruin  it. The pru.tiood oar of tho cook who  undorHtnndH lior buclnoHg iictootfl ln nc  Instant tho ucoolomtort motion of the  bubbling, nnd arrPsti* It,  Hero, I piiiiso to pay, Is tho prime nd-  vimtngr. of tlie (lrelcsH cookor In soup-  mnklng, After tho stock has boiled for.  twenty minute, tho pot, covered by o  clopoly  fltthiK  lid,   Is  sot  within   tho  tho .bones, the cars (chopped flne), a ;  grated carrot- and a sliced onion���������both >.  of which have been scalded for a few ."  minutes���������a bunch of soup herbs minced. ���������;  a teaspoonful of allspice, a saltspoonful  -Qft paprika j and fciilt UK'.taste. , Cook,  covered, for an.hdhr. .Take from tho  lire; "run through 'your 'soup strainer;  thicken with a brown "roux" (see ' ."  rcclpo) and return to the flre. Drop  Into .the 'boiling  soup   the  tongue  cut.  'Into^cubes' ond   parts   of   the   cheeks,   ,  also ciit-'lnto square bits.   Holl for live :'������������������*���������  minute*-.    Stir   In   tw0   leaspoonfuls  of '���������: ������������������  kitchen bouquet; add a gla.*ss of brown ;, .-'  .sherry and tho juice of a small loinon. '-..?  and pour upon forcemeat" balls in - tho '-.:���������������������������  tureen.    ���������>       .  Forcemeat Balls for This Soup  Boll tho brains of the calf; rub them ;'.. ���������'  to  a   paste  with the  yolk of a  hard-   .  boiled ogg, a little browned flour and  the.yolk of a rawegg.   Roll.In, browned .  flour   and   set   In   the   overt   until ��������� In-    *  crusted with the flour, but not until they   ...  hake hard. ��������� \-     .  ,   '���������  These balls should hot be larger than* ���������  ��������� marbles, as they are-meant to simulate  the'eggs of th_ (mock) turtle.:  What would be called in an art catalog "a copy of a copy" is  1        Mock Turtle Bean Soup  Soak triree cupfuts of thft black oi*  mock turtle soup beans ,,in, lukewarm  water; for eight hours.   Drain-and cover  .'  them������with hot winter.    Leave theni in  _Us-,for an hour.   Drain,this off, cover  deep with boiling water and boll tender.   -  Rub them, .with the last water ln which   ,  they were boiled, through a sieve and  return to the flre.   Add a quart of Rtock  or the liquor in which corned beef has*  been: cooked.   If this be loo salt, mix i.u   ,  other stock or hot water.   Boll for-an  hour longer; stir in a brown roux, and  a minute later a glass ot brown sherry  ���������with a teaspoonful of kitchen bouquet..  ���������Have ready la the heated tureen balls.,  of  hard-boiled egg  yolks  rubbed to  a  paste witha little, butter, and bound with  raw yolk and elioes of peeled lemon aa '  thin as wafers.    ,   . .".  ,    ���������  ���������   The imitation of tb������ first imitation is  '  wonderfully good,  I wish I had time and room in which  to do justice to a class of soups comparatively  little known to  our  native .  cooks.   I refer to "soupee maigres," ail  the French name them' Tbat;iq, .without  ,  meat.   They, may be palatable and ex- "  cedent ini'every way*t.or;li"iey may Jjt. ,  mere   pap,  insipid   and  unsightly.    All   *  depend.- upon the ability .of the mtoker.'j  to obey a trustworthy recipe.  One   of  the   best   of . these.., and  one ..  which is so easily compounded that on������  '  *i_:amazed by the frequent failures set  before us, is ���������-���������'.'���������������������������'  . '".������������������  Tomato Bisque..       .��������� . . y, ���������.  ���������    Cut  lip  a quart  and  a  pint of raw  peeled  tomatoes  and . etew  down  to a ���������  ' quart.   Season with pepper and salt and  , a  heaping teaspoonful of sugar.  Havo .  ; ready a quart of scalding milk, to which  radd a teaspoonful of-baking soda. Stir    .  ' into tills three tablespoonfuls of butter.-  add a small cupful of rolled criackers or  cracker 'dust,'boil up once and mix with  . the .tomatoes. . Serve at once.   The ef-  ; fervescence of the soda with the acid of  __ the tomatoes will make.the bisque light  / ~a_id~foamy:������������������-. : _  _a     ,.'.'.��������� '* *      "''     '"' '      '   : i'  /faf a' ParrtLife. of /2r/- S*v ir/cf&e.  Z&ft on  r/>e. <$>i������rJmZae> ���������  Afoc/C 7irrtM   <Sou/2  > M^M        ���������    . ������������������    .  1 ;A .Mother's Influence  IT.IS,hard for a young mother, who  'c.has' not yet- overcome the way.?:  ward tendencies . of her own  youthful, nature, to realize the ' Influence' siie exerts over her little ono.  ��������� Sho is constantly surrounded by critical imitators who copy her morals  and' manners. : .'....  As the mother is, so ar*_ -her sons  and daughters, if A family of children  are blessed with an intelligent  mother, who is dainty iind rellned ln  her manner, and does hot consider It  necessary to bo ono woman in the  drawing room and an entirely .different  person,in her, everyday life, hut who  is a' true mother and uIwiivh a lender,,  cliarminu woman, .she will invarlnblyj  sec. linr habits of speech and������������������ perfect  mnnnoi'H repeated In her children.  Orent, rniigh men and noisy, busy hoys  will ulways tone down tholr voice,  and step quietly, and try to bo iiioi-h  mannerly whon Hho stop, to give thorn  a kind word nnd i������ pleasant smile. Fur,  a true woman will never fall to say  and do nl) Iho kind, pleasant tlihiR.  uim can thnt will tn any way help lo  lift ��������� up anil e.hocr Ihou* whose liven  nro Hhnded with care and loll. Tho  mother of today rules tho world o"  tomorrow.  P.  THE   H0USEM0THERS'   EXC-HANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  nlWAUHN of the enormous  ri iiumbor of letters sent (o  ���������*-* lhe Nitchunmi, I must link  oontrlliulors lo limit tlwir ������um-  m������ii((!'i������������iiA fo too words, tmwpt  in mutes of formulas or t*(iolpo������  whloh require prtnttcr s)iave, I  want all mil- uorrcajioiirteiitj to  .fiwfl a showing In the Corner,  und if my request tn this respect  Ifficnin*>"'('(' with, It will be iiosul-  lilo to print mang more letters.  To Remove Stains From White  Goodf- '    "���������'."���������  PI.)OAMilCi tell me wliat will tnlio tnrwood  miiliiii nut of. a whlto- lawn,  ,,   ,.     .  A WJUHCItlliKU (Sun .low, Onl.).  . No uiulli in a whhe garment i,n liicriiii-  cnhlo. Von mny extract UiIh wltli.clilo-  ���������lnatod hoiIii, wanning within ton mln-  jte., thon laying In tho mm, s  Or you mny wot tlio Bpat*", rubbing* Into  them all tho crenm of tnrtnr tliat ihoy .  will inlco up mid holding Iho hIiiIiih taut '  in th������ Htofim of a fact boiling Holtlu, i)i>  thin  threo  minute.,   rlirXo  und tny   In  the mm all day,  wetting, hourly with  (-r.nm.of lartnr iUshoIvoiI In hot wntor.  ���������jiOiiis. on.-ni.Hlti. ���������'< l^.i" id ;..!'.u, If :--".t  mvit It,   liliiHn In tho morning nnd iny  it tliu hoi nun,   v-cu'iife li-nu))1   nhn  cinoii Juice. .   .     ...  " _  Any ono of thouo methods will extract  tho .talnu.  Lndy Baltimore Cake  '."*":<���������������������������'��������� .'.',- .������;"���������  !''" "h'ldiiM- ef ii ilnilht tttt  to whero tho dollcni-y lieloiufH wllh  which wo will ilonl next. A corrftHponil-  ent nuked list NomtV week * ago to reprint  tho fprmula for I.nrty llaltlmor* oako.  A������ I nnil piii'tcil with the numlior of tho  Kxcliiingo In wlilch we hud imhllshed  the Rontilno roclpo, ohlnlnud-not' without. Mtimo troiibfn-from a ClmrloHtoii-  Inn, who vouched for Uh authenticity, I  r-niifow-ied ihnt If hnd gnno from inv  Iteciilng nml Intimated tho poiiHllilltiy  ���������.hnt ci mo moro prudent womnn nilRlit  inv*< nre.������erved It. Tlm nppenl him wen  ���������net glortoiiHlyt I cannot content myielf  villi ���������' lainiT Wuril lu Hiiriiyliih Hia  mountain of nnp.m labeled "iJidy lisltl-  lutvc" tlvit lie upon my dcnh, Twclvn  tn������nilit>i-H hniut In tht*. IdeiuleiHl recln*  ��������� '-' <-"tnit* out In my "talk" upon "I.rnly  "Onltlmorf nnd Other Poihouh Cnkon.''  Twelve favor iih with (Uffoi-ont edltlona  of tho. oolclimit'd t'omiuHliloii, ,'lim.ro-  sult of my illHlresHed'npiieiil to ��������� our  Kltinlly IoucIich me In a teudei; miot. It  provoM thnt our imniiliei'H nro liiHIifiil -in  ronclliig nur iiiOHHiigeH nf'luvliig lielpriil-  nenH, nml Hint our hmiHcmottiers curry  tlio i-iiUih of law ami ni'tn-r hiio tli������  compllilTlon of (lnincHth! "Hcnipln-oliH. '  If Home hnvo the hnhlt of mlnlnylntf vul-  unlilt! leclpoH, they nre far oiitniimborud  by HiiiMe who, knowing* a Koutl IhlnK  when thoy hco It, tnko euro to accuro It  uh a' permanent pohhobhIoii. ��������� ,   ,  It Ih noil Ihu* prnclli'iibln nor iIohIi--  ablo to puhlldh all���������or ono-fourth-M>f  tho rialpoH fur i.iuly llnltlnioro wo havo  In liniid, hut I tliniik onoh nnd eyco'  one who Iiiih honored tny request >'.o  promptly and oheorfully... uh to licll'liteii  my roKtirtl oml oxclto lively grntltudo.  (No. 1) ;.,-  i  I cut out nml piiHin In my sorriphmi't  many uf tlm nmliuiM from thu Kxcliufiw. ,  AmniiK then!' In Hint nikeil fur In n law i  Uhuui   I  t ii In' pluiiHiiiu In fiirwiutUiiK, It  to you JiihI ni you printed Hi (l.������   ',  Lady Baltimore Onko      ���������'  On������ oupfiii ������f iiuit.r, 2 oupfulii of nustari  VA ciinrulti of Hour, 1 cupful or ������w������i|t  nillk, til" Wlllli'H of 0 .'BKH, 2 level If'il-  itpnuiifuln of linkliiK powuor and 1 llin-  Hpoonful of ruHi'wiiti'i'.   Mix In tlm imuul  Wa  way nnd luiliu In1 tlirou laynriii  yminjj if  nlwinlve fl enpfiild nf HiiKiir In n euiWifl   '  of   tiuiiliiK   Vi.iui,   tuuk  uiiili  u  ������iili.������, A  ihri'iul;  IiiUtt II  off nud limir It ujinrt' rt  i  cupful of lilniieheil nml olni|i|H(l iilinoii.il.   ,  and MlIr to n  wlille oreiiiii.   I.ot It But  eolil liiitoru puitiiiK It lu mid upun uiA  I lioim "Mm, fl, V. D," (ft, Onllfornhl  liniiiii'iiiiithi'i') will wi'llii iikiiIii mul toll uit  ' ��������� ��������� ir   ...I...    iniitini'i."   in   fi.oil   n   fnnillv   nf  ten on Uiu.Mi r"'i' meiitii. 'Mini ih tn.lili  cnt'li. Mnnj' of ui wnulil be rrliid tn Unow  what ihe hnd cnrli dny nml nl > iirli mmil  nnd how lliu ������i<"-'   fori' erem'red,  Mri. li Tl,  M,  (Cnrrollle-i   On.l.  I own, on my part, to n conmimlrifr  fMirloelty upon the mini. Miiuji-'t't. n  "MrH, (������. V. D." will iieceilo to onr  Qoorgla momlior'H potltlon, I oiikhro to  mako room for her lnonun In (ho Cor*  nor.  (No. 2)  ������������������Dixie"' or "finely "flnltlmort. Cftlte  One cupful of butler, 2 cupful* of nuirftr.  S"j otipfuU of llour, 1 cupful of rich  milk, d c������H������ (tit* while* only) *. 2 (*������-  #piii-i*iful������ ef bttliliiK pnwiltr, 5 tcnniHon-  fiiln of lemon exlrnel. (?rcnrn Imiter -mil  nuKiir, aitillnic tlu> miitnr urinlunHv, mul  he mini; riiDtiriuouil)'; mid milk nnd fln-  vorlnjfj lliun tlio llour, Into which tt������o  baklni: powder has beon Mlfiedj -'milly,  fold In (lie whiten nf thn iikkh. liulto In  throe Inyom In a rather hot oven.  '������������������* The FUlirig  PlMliolvff'S .'cupful* df Ki'iiniilnted Nui|nr  In ', nf ImllltiR wulor unit cook until It  thl'imilH. Tlieli limn- Kniiluullv over ill"  Hilffuni'ii wlillcw of II (!|<u������. I'Mnnlly, niM  \ tnnniinnilful nf lemon extrnot.  Icing for "Dixie."  ��������� Add to n iiiiUlon uf lliu iliuvi' llllliiK I  cupful uf chuppt'il riilHln*, a cupful of  .hupped iiiitiuciitH ami fi IIkk ''HI Into  dniiiiy llttlu ������li'l|iB, Mix Hiiii'iniitlily ami  envor 111*0 top nnd nldi'H of the oulto with  "'   1.U/.AUETII, n,  (Loul-ivlllo,  Ky.).  ,,,   (No., 8)  I don't know, whether nr nut Hit* i������  tin* rootpn fui'iiady tlallluiore cnkeihiit  "M. J. II." (Hlvemlili', ('a).l nalnul for,  but   It  Ih Rnlill-,toi>lHt '.'lie orlRlnnl   ���������������������������"liuln.  TIiIh l-j tli(i/r]r.W").l)lovto a dullKliuul  letter from" MV������,  11 ortha P,  (Hoxbor-  .tJiiaili, VhllKiJclnlilu),, whlclv I uin.AoltlHh  'ihlftjiiKll to kiiof) for my own readlni.. Tin*  ���������fecljio ftieloHedi'iJU.ei-1- .little, from Uioho  "wy Thivu Jimt'read.    It Ih Hiib.tiintlully  ���������', Miomame,-One'vni'lntlon In method, nut  lu iiintoi'tal or iiunntliy. dlrectH:  "Foiii  In ���������'thu wlilloi* or Hlx CKBH biuten  to u  Htlff froth.  Dn not Htlr, but fold, with a  ��������� rotary motion,' ho iih not to hrenk tho air  liulibli'H In the obkh."  Tho I1iiviii'Iiii������ preferred by her U i'o������ewut(ir, not lomon or  vnnllln '������������������'   ���������  Hy now tne mcreMt iyn������ iiiiuuih o,,,  rciidern and piMNllK utioiild lie nhlo to  mako tho riir-funnul cake, nnd Uiu inoft  . ciii'iilcH. of ihiiHo who pretctM to pre-  -lorvo rcclpcH nniHt bo convhiced thnt wo  uurIii not, In reiiBon, to be expected to  repont tlio roclpo for three yearn to  como,  Cottage Cheese Pic  tn reply to "A Cnn������tntit llernlcr" (At������  , tnnm, un.), t tulic vleiiiiure In ncmti ll.utlnie  my tried -ind truo riic|pi> for lliu plo  I'tii'iie dtcul i ���������������  lin.o tlm cruit (Ir-d, Then rub well Inlo  a howl of cr>ttiiK<) clil'i'M* UiiKiiin-ii-oi)  nlmtit 2 cup* nf it, n lu'iiiilnrr titli|(H|inon-  ful of itoui' ami half a cupful uf niHur, dr.  Hweeijin to your time. Now work In a  i-iijit'it Af milk .ir. If y/m h'tve It, I'Mim.  Ntixt, lieiit In tlio wliliipiil yo|U������ nf . ciri**.  Iitiat tho white* at iff nnd fold In ln������t of  nil. I'lnvor wllh vntilliii, iiml fpiiiiltlii  rlnnmiinn on tup nf Hi.- inixiiini mtir It,  In pourMl Inlo lhe ciiH, nitku ijulilily.  Tlicro I* no lop ������-rn������t.  MOVHRWIKR f������m Jottc, Cilt.*������,  This recipe In no unlike thine which  (i|.pfi*red In tin* Kxclmm-e IumI week  that I do not npoloRl.o for innortln-r It.  For a like reason I mnko room tor Mil  no more formula tllio fourth, I btdlovo;  Muttermilk Soup  ono .  for~-  iinlly, Add a pinch of wilt, li tnlilimpo uifiil*  of HUitar, tlio rliiil ol u li'inrm, hIuim'iI lllln  mi iiapei', mill n hiIcIk uf elmimnon,  ��������� aiioulili������iiK() bo iiicil liiBtnml of tniilooa���������  nml It, In pivfcri'i'il l,iy voint-���������tint [hiii.m-.  mlllt nniHt cir.i'o to n hull mid'the hohkcu  mi ko im Ht 111'od In ������lowly,  Ktup itli'iliiii until tho undo or, tapioca li  pim I .  AiuHlior wny Ih to cook tlio lHittcinilili  with'ttie ii'ivitrliiK nliovi"ninntlnrcd ninl  Htlr In illliiil friiltn, Hindi un pruni-H, pitiuii,  iile. Homo iiuople innlii" illliuiilliin* nml enok  tliiuii In tint luiiternillh,  Mi-b, C. H,  (Onlilnnil,  Cnl,),  Hut-aan this''compound or milk,  NiiKiir, luinon puc| und tuplocu be i'U,n,i..'  cliiwHcd union-, houiim? Ih It not, iiitliir,  ii. HiiinlHwoot, to ho ciilcn iih ii later  tour-no than, thnt In which u broth  wnulil niitiirtilly be hroiutht In? II would  wfiom. to mo thnt It holongH to thu faintly uf loppcicil milk ninl junket. 1 wlnh  Home of. tho half dtzen who huve ic-  Hpondod to tho cnll fur butlcrmllk hoiip  for pop) would oiilluhten un on UiIh  heiiil, l.o*H tho "houji" precede ur follow tho ni.nt at tho faintly meal?  ���������Zhnmet Kitchen  . "Nnt, IJ, II. .U," of I'lilliiilelplilH, .nik*  Tor ii r������i>l|������. fur '/timrn't kuelien thnt will  lllllku  tlll<   MIKIII'  Hlll'K   lo  Ho-   top.  I IiimiI up a raw i-kix und ipreml upon tn*  tw-ffpct eiiki', then fliuke lino auxur mul  elnnnmon nver It, dotting It with luittiT,  Hiike In tlm UMiiitl wny. Wlun em-n urn  iicnrci) nnil IiIhIi In winter, I *i������e ennni or  'milk In plm.'it of i'Ukh. Tluu mnUtt* (li������  ���������uiriir atlok iih well, 1 think. ,   _���������,,  Mr"   V.   'A. iriilotiKo).  Scrapple  In nnn Inmin of tlio V,teli������riK������ a corre*  Rlionilnnt upciik* nf "I'tmn-'lioHH." \U uri-  nuiiiice It (in the hiiiI'd It, b-<\. nnd w������  niti'M It it luitclierlnK tlrn������. Mny I tell  you  tinwt  ���������Pncn Hnnrt, or Scrnpplo  Hull t>K.rif. liuirs.' hi,id wllh tl'������ h������hrt������  ami tnimuM until v. ry inulor. .I.lfl eut  tint nititit from Hut pel: remove b'un* nml  RrlnlM;  -.rln.l  ltu������ mint  (lie   nnd  relill-n in  Hie Hnuor In wiiloli It ������n* Unl'-'l.   *v-m*.uu  with isll  ntiil  |i������|iini;  llik.n  hIUi  (.in-        y  nii-Rl. uk >ou wuiilil .uvifli.     I'ou f  In'" ���������������        1  pun   or  Into  imi'ili  to   (iirio.    Wlu-n  It   I*        I  rnM,   ullfii   ill4   ffv,     A   'nil"   wtnlli'   lour  (1'ld.Ml   tn   lh^   enrnmenl   before   tli'ilunlnn  tt-*- t*"t*tt"*.*  *> tl'r* It  '."mi n litfr.  If rliy t|iiu������������>wlvi'������ wl h to ttnkn "scrip.  Die," thoy may buy satum-rc"  ind thicken  with (iiiinuiii.ii.     , ,  l i.viiiiiiiiilKii with ymi in liivhiu my |>ni  tlmuiy reftniillnK iIoukIi iiilxml with Iciklun  pili, l.i.l-       l|i',ni.|'.sl|i-i.        1,        IlkeWlRO,       HUP-  poi-������il the iloiiRh or hnlti'i- itlioiilil be li'ikcl  hiinii'illiitniy, a f lend or mine InitlHU  iImt lior iiiiolt hit* In r Imklnij iiowder bin-  cull, hi ii ii.l ) .ti ir mi hour Ik'font. Iiukini*,  with ihe i-i'i'iill Hi't ihey nn> ,|u������t nn Unlit  nnil temlei iih nil I?, which iihihI hu Iiim  tho oven lhe necuntl ifloi''they nv������ clnpeil,  I lrivn ������lined i el thii loino or thn  llnoHt  i'iiIki  hiiktnit  n low  ililr  hnitin-  to  Hliinil   nvenilKllI,  Vur.ly, ilioi-ii ii.o wny* mul way*!  Allow  oun  wm,I  amt.it   tno    inuoh-dlif*,  I'll     ill   'I. Ill ������lll   0 I." '  It limy Im lioiin'-t fl'iill nny lendliiK lli'llK.-i  id'U, mul I'liine* In ill'ill lioltle , tt wlii.  prenoilhi'il Iti ulii tlniiH iii ������. euro for denf.  iii.'bj, I ii it'll It nt-!',, IIioiikIi nm -111111--  miKhly, nt I nm nfi'nlil to put nnytliinir  li,in niy uni'H, Titii-u woro no iokiiMh from  Iho tixpt'i-iiiii'iil, iilliitir kooiI or hnd.   .  Mi*, f. II, VV, (Veil -it, 111,)  What you say of lettlii)f bittter and  donah' ruined with elfin'vi.'.coiit powiiur������ '  Htiuiil for Iioiiiih beforo bnKln.. Ih n Htun-  iilnin blow to niy procoricolved hleim of  tun inupor ot-tirMo to bo iHinnit-U In  Mitch elronniKtiincoH.  ..ur n.ii i convinced that the now way  In boiiier thnn the old, | wlioiild an  iu ion think of Holilnir umde n foumlni;  Hcldlll.-/. powder to nettle for mi hour, or  i- i iilnviui* ii Hlni.H of hi tin wntor until  the hiiliblcH ctuiHod ' to i*Ihm. It Ih the  cliisiTilcnl iic.lliiii of the bicarbonate of  hoiIii iipon the iiiiuine ucid thut niuki-h.  iho doiiRh ' "rind,' if tlm 'huUtn*' he  ���������leliiyeii until tin* ���������!Hi?--vu.--o:m.'������ U.m  ceiiiwd. nnd H,e nir iiubhtctt hnvo (>ncnpert  llii,'|UIKli I lie bill mi'iu mi.'till i i.i io I'" ���������-,.','  culinary ooninion *icn*e eonibliien with  clionilcnl Unowledt,!' In declm-lnii thut n  non-Hii..������tli: jximo miiHt reitinln in tho  inlxlntr bowl or upon the kiieiulltu*  board, ,  I Jippc.ii to hfiiiHewlvfi und to our  7'."!"!f"'il ,.i|(.;nl..|.. for eliiclduilon t>f the  tnyHtery.  Canniue Pineapples Without  '     Heat  Mr*, q, W.'V. fChlowjo) ������nv������ a reelp;  for cmuilnK iilimnpiiloH wliluuit iientltiK, mul  you "woniler If they will ������,mi-,"  I tiniiwer, iiM'Mmllv, "No!" I have i|on������  piiieiiiipln wiiiiniit 101*111(1, (.ml Vv'f't It f,r  ������������������cur*.      I   Ciulil   Imvii' kept   II ,.i)������ingi-r���������If  It   hll'l   nut   I Mil   I'llt'll   U|i! ,  I iiri'imiv llii'in n- f"r tn������������ I'lUe. puillnir  nu wuler with ilifin. Th'- fruit will mnkn  'Ulctt ciiiu'hIi in win Hit-in. t^'l tli'iu cimi'l  .Ir iwnnty-rnur lionr* and run Ihem, If  your i-nn* lite nlrilirhl llu-v will ke"p well  Ami luni*. If riilibfr*, h'l'it "*" <'"������_i'.������ '"'!  ilrfeellvn ihev will ferment. Ho l( li'Well  to WRtCh Ihem,   HhoiiliJ limy ililiw ������lKtlH of  "woikliiK," empty thp cniB mul Kv������ tlo  p ni'iiiipli! a "holl up" i return to tho I'lin*  ���������nii������r you luive hi'iiIiIimI thorn, nml' ������i-iil hot.  Mine keep well without ..:ooklii(*. nnd tlur  me uh K'������'il iih when (renh. '-nro *houW  In- inlien in I lo lot lliciii ntniiil In a warm  ulncw mm mil too hum o> l"t������, tiu-y K,j im"  enn*, Miii, W. l��������� d, (l.el'nnon, 1'n.l.  .My (int'iy wuh 1-nHiiil upiiii.thc ineni-  oiy of un uiiHiicrcHHlul iittenipt on Ihe  purl of ii I'llcnd to! prcHervo plneiipple In  ihe huh lifter ������tiK������rlii|_ It. or, uh you Hivy,  pieimi'liiK II for the talilu, It worked  fiii'loiiHly In three dny*, and wu* im Hour  iih vlnui.ni'. Nor do I yol coiiipicliuiid  why your fruit, put up cold, iIooh not  fei'iiuint, Of courne, you nniHt till the  enn*. io ovci'llowliiK, Hint tho air mny  not hoi In,  The Hlury Ih liilorentlnn and miKKUHt-  Ive, li'oi- if plneii'ijiln mny be cuiined  raw nnd wltli.mt nvnipiom of heat, why  not all manlier oMtiiIu uiid'vegolubleaV  A Cure for Catarrh  A nniTc/ii'KimloiH Iiii'Iohch ii cllpidnir rel-  nllve to n cure for cuturrli, In which  occui'H UiIh HCiilejice;  I can put linr In loiieh with llti'rnturn and  dlriii'tloiiH   lor   eiiiliiK   ciiiiiri'li    ul    huuio  thi-oiiHh lhe proper mileiiiioii mul vomblnu-  tInn of food, plim wmer mid fleHh nir,  ��������� Our' pre.oiit norrcHpondent coinmeiitH  upun UiIh:  Hi Inn li III lei ml wllh dlltlirih ItD'Hiilf, I  fhoillil ho iiloil lo uel ilu) llli'iiillii'o of  whliIi "J, I.. It," H'hl.iuU-ljihlli) Mpmtki, Il  wnulil he hhihlv nii|irit-liili-il.  Mr������   f   T   N   lltiiiriiln,  N   Y.I.  Ah you do not Inclose u iitiinip, tlio  l".:|i':; i I' the ulllre do n.it :i!!nw ni.. to fO''-  wurd Hip nddrtoiH of her who ofierti the  "llli'l,ilutt-,' I litl'.e Hie only liiellioil  left to uiu ,if putilnu ymi lulu coinniuiil-  lutluii wllh nur I'hlliululplilii mo.niter.  Should hIic m-i* your nolo .ilie will prol������-  ulily let ino know her wl������lii'n Hi the mnt-  ter.  //, J J ay Fever li e m edy     \\  _ In it-ply io ii loiiiiint fur ��������� uuieilv 'or liny  ftivir, i offiir the foihiwiim. which |...������ boon  tried nml foiuiii  hi'ipfuli  Atte'liMi'.l   done*   nl   ililnrlilii   of   KOillum,  pri'imrt'l In minor of milk, nm) tuUt-n In  (imiill dm en four lliiie* ilnllv.  TIiIh Im tint name m������ "nntruin iiniltlcii-  tilin" (Hilt > A villi) niitlliK Bi.lt eiitllrly  lliitll lelli'ieil Ki.'ii tin. nU'n lo n IihiPIiv  r.oti'tlilon |i- freiiui-nt luitliK, mil iho ull-  trcniiiry eiiiuil clean nnd fren hy iiunn* of  ti'li i"'in lircntlio dtoply * piii������ air  for im hour i itch tiny,     . .,*������..  *"-������ If, W. '���������". Il'lllcltrol,  T ntipond n vwttNcrli-'l! lh-entho Aooply  nil tiny Iiuik', ������ti������I tiie jmrcHt nir you  enn ������ot aitywhero, Anil elwnyn through  tho iio������ttrllH-niit tliroiiK'h Hie mtnith. h  THE HEWS. CUMUKItLAMD. BlUTlStt (Xti. VMBbt  ���������   i   r        .1     ii ,, i     t     i    ��������� i   n i    _    ....     i ���������' i       ���������   i "."   ������������������*������������������*���������  - "������������������--������������������   iBiffjiB������a*fflat_^  D  THE FURNITURE STORE  To  all our Friends and Customers GREETING  Wishing you all  A fcfappg and {froBpmw*  oc  A. MoKINNON  MclMiee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  'ESS  CumbsrlandHall  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������_IBBB___________________________HBHHHHHHHHBHHB  WEDNESDAYand  THURSDAY  44  tt  The Mended Lute,  A Wonderful Indian Story.  X  To the Electors of the]  City of Cumberland:  Ladies and Gentlemen:-���������  At the request of a number of  leading and influential citizens I  again offer myself as a candidate  for the office of Mayor lor the year  1911.  As in the past I shall endeavor  to uphold the laws of the' City  and maintain an orderly town,  and shall endeavor to protect 'tint  tights of all classes of citizens.  I shall also use my influence to  secure the passing of a by-law in  order to raise funds to establish  and maintain an up-to-date sewerage system in and for the City  of Cumberland, '  Thanking you, Ladies and  Gentlemen, tor yonr confidence  in the past and solid ing your  vo'.e and influence to secure my  election for the year 1911,  I am, yours respectfully,  D. R. Macdonald.  IE  Locals.  The annual meeting of the Ladies  Hospital Auxiliary will be held at  K. ot P. Hall, on Tmirsday evening at 7.30. All ladies who are  not numbers are alio invited to  attend.  44  tt  The Hand of Fate,  A big* Western Feature.  DON'T MISS THIS WONDERFUL PICTURE.  FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY.  We show 4,000 Feet of Film.  S. ISAKA. PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  ������  Iftsi Minnie Hor-hury left fo*.  Vancouver by Sunday's    boat tu  take a course in training at the  Normal School.  Mr, and Mrs Chart. Grant and  Mr. A, Grant arrived home by  Wednesday's boat.  -*k>  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made  to ^rder  from 320 to $35    All Work First Class  Mrs. Bert Steren������or. was a pas-  enger to Nanaimo by Suuuay't?  boat for Seattle.  Mr. T. E. Bate, candidate for  mayor, will hold a public meeting on Wednesday evt-aiti,' Jauv.  11th, at Cumberland Hall, to dii* -  cms civic matters.  I  IWayopalty Election  To THOMAS E: BATE, ESQ.,  We, the undersigned, ratepayers of the City of  Cumberland, respectfully request that you. allow your  name to be submitted for nomination as a mayoralty can-  didate at the forthcoming, elect ion in this city.  J. BENNIE  J. WALKER  F. RAMSAY  T. wii'-sptf.  R. S. ROBERTSON  J. McN-dlL  I). MITCHELL     .  H. CREECH :  B.   MELLADO  A MILLIGAN  J. STEPHENSON  JAS. SMITH  MARGARET VASS  J. REID  D.STEVENSON  C.WHYTE,  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  ArWMV^VMVMMMM'^^V*^'^    f*A</^**1<V>tA^A^t^^r<\pN^^*AA*Vl  Merchant  K. AID A  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CQADB TO   ORDER AN������  IN ANY STYIiE YOUliUISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From 920 to $40.   CUMBERLAND, -      - B.C.  Capital $5,000,000.  Reserve $6,700,000  1  City Council  The City Council met in regn  Iar fieitBion on Tuesday  evening,-  there being present Aldermen Mc  Lio'l, Stewart, Merritield and the  Mayor. * *  The minutes of previous regular  and -special meetings were read  and adopted,  Medical Health Officer Dr. Mc-  Naughton submitted bis semi-annual report.  Coin-table Gray's report: Night  w-itchman, $70.00; Scavenger,  117.50; Police Court, 21.00;  Scavenger Buckets, 10,20; Pilaeu-  er Brewery 15.00;   Scales   2,26;  HallRent 40.00,  Constable McLellan'u report:���������  Police court fines, 1149.00.  Accounts: Light, $43.45; A.  Maxwell, 5.00; News, 8,50; Water  3.00; Byron Crawford, 22,50,  Tho abolition of the ward system by-law was adopted and final*  ly paused. The by law comes into  ���������uffect immediately.  The ambulanco class was granted the line of council cbnmbers  for their meat lugs.  Council adjourned.  MASONIC BALL,  Tlie animal Masonic Ball and  supper took place iu the Cumber*  hind Hall nnd the dining parlors  . of. thu Cumberland Hotel, Aa in  urfiinl with our Masonic friends, it  wan a grand succoss, The decorations were artistic, music fine,  hall bright and with fair ladies  and well groomed gentlemen, it  pwontod u most animuted and  pleasing scono. About sixty cou-  ulttu wo aro informed worr present,  J ,   ,..w.������w,M4MHJUlMH_MNMIS*SI  ���������_W������>. pubUcischooL __ rjaptnitfjiin.  Monday.  After installation of the otHcw*  of Mount Horeb L. O. L.,im������ Friday evening .'dast, rutiriug Worshipful Master George JtotjertM)ii,  was presented with a ver.y hand-  suiue Past Masters juwell. Wor  shipful Master iW, Willaid made  the presoutation. Mr. Kol-urtH������������u  was completely taken by Burpi-ice  and replied in a rer;   feeling and  appropriate maimer, Thin lodge  is in a very flourishing condition  both numerically and tiuanoially.  ������ ' ��������� - ���������   Steve Toll waa fined $5 and  costs for infraction of the Coal  Miues Regulation Act, Rule ('J u)  He fired a shot without p< rini**-  sion of sbotlighfor. Information  laid by Inspector Nowtou  And ninetv-two others.  Jn response to the above request I will have  milch pleasure in accepting nomination for the office of  Mayor at the forthcoming election, and if elected I will  endeavor to conduct the affairs of the City iu ench a manner as lo produce the best* results in civic administration���������  in short, to cam out the wishes of the people in giving a  PUOOUliSSIVK, HONEST AND CLEAN GOVERNMENT,  T. E. _3ATE.  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER;THE WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at highest Current Kates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards  *'    CUMBERLAND, 9. C.', Branch, Open Daily.  COUBTENAY,  B. O, tSub-Branch,   Open Tuesdays and  FRIDAYS/  UNION WHABP, B. C. ... ch, Open Thursdays  P. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  p. phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  B. Cloutiett  General Blacksmith  EXAMINERS    FOR   LOCAL  MINES.  Appointed by owners���������David  Ntllist.  Alternates���������John Liddle, David  Walker.  Appointed by the I.leuWnrtnt.  Governor io council���������John  Keu���������  l"-7-  Electtw. by miners���������Jo'i-ejih \V,  Horbury,  Alternates���������Alex, McNeil, Thomas liftman.      ,  W AIMTKD���������A teacher for Min  tn <**jhot>l,. miiUi or female, Duties  to commence Jantmry 1U11, Apply ^V. J. lluri'igiin, Secretary,  jiiinto, B. (J.  The annual meeting of,tho Co  tnox Creamety Assoc) <ttion  Ltd.,  will be held  in the, Agricultural  Hull, Courtenay, on Thursday 20th  Jan nary at 8, p; m,  Wm. Duncan, Secretary,  Tlio marriage took place wn  Thursday last, of Mr, Arthur Cook  nnd Mist Lizxio Stdckniid, Rev.  I), MoGillimy offlidariHl,  tenSeusT"  W. T. White, Manager, Tbe  Canadian Bank of Coinm.rcH, in.  vitos tondors for the chmring atul  lovclllngof apieco ttf ground HO  foot by 250 feot,, -������itiint������(l west of  Fiiftt Streat&ifd Maiy|wi*t A'.vnut*  Cnnihurlund.  Full partionlsrs mny h\ obtitinod  from the Canadian Hank of Com-  mcrccjby whom sll tond������*rs intist  ho rocaivod not later tlisn 9th of  Jaiuiury, 1011,  The lowest or any tondor not  ncctisdarily accepted.  ������w  i*a������nma*nnim4ja*M**Mam*aim**as**������am  1 "winh all my fri������*������ids and ciifi  totnors a merry OhrlHttnivii and u  happy New Voar.  1 (Jhin V������'uk.  ���������Sand'.vitkj IJ, C,  Am  Horseshoeing* a Specialty.  Third Ave, Cumberland  ..  .������������_.������������ ������������������������_. WW������<I ������������������������������������  The TAILOR.  immmmmmmimmmm^mmmmtmmmmmtmmmmm  CLEANING, PRKSSING  and REPAIRING.  Undlea* Work  a Specialty*  ������������������������������������������������������������'  ,H llHI'llt^iil'irH-HrH^  o  -t  %  p  CL  mi t  3  >  (TO  fl*  J  f-r  (A  *  CI  M  rn  ET  r-t  n  ***  w  3  3  mm*   ������  0'.  'fl  Hi  w  C-m  7*  ymJ  a*****  $  (A  Qp  wmma  (V  tmm*  o  o  \   ' ���������  p  it  f  3  ?���������  at  i  >  P  3"  A  1,  0  i  Municipality of tlis Oity of Cumberland.  NOMINATIONS for School Trui"  tro will he received on Mmuliiy tliu  9*,h dny of Jniiunry, 1911, at. 12  .o'clock noon  The raudo of nnminstion of oun*  didatex Khali \w ii** foilotve:*-- '>���������[  The uondidHles Ahull he nomiiia ���������  ted in writinu. Th������ writing slmll  be subsoaibod by two. votMrx of the  munieipnliiy hp |trcj.ioet������r nnd pec  ondrr, and nhnll Ie delivered "6the  Ruluminc Otfiwr al any lime between the dati-of tho notic������������ and 2  p.m. of thu day of lonilmition, nnd  in the event of more thnn two nomination'- a poll will he opened on  Thurwhy,, the l'2th dsy of January, .lull, tit the (tollittg ft a tion nt  Mcl.tiod'n Ico Cream Parlors, Onus  muir Ave,, Cumhorlnnd, H.C., of  which uvery pur.on ir. required to  tuko notiee snd govern himt*olf  Bccordin^ly.  Qualitieiitinni for Taup*,������es areim  follnv*)������:--Any person heinjj������ house  holder in tiie municipulity nnd ho  in-, a Britii-h eulijool ut the full w  ttf twenty one years and otherwiro  qiiul'ffed hy UiIm Aot to vote iil au  ehetitin of school truntees in Uim  hu id municipality, shall be eligible  to i tt elocio I Hnd cerve a������ iv wuhool  trnrt^e  G'i������tjn under my hand at the Oity  of Cumberland thin 27th dny  Deeeiuber, 1910.  Aikx  McKinn-n,  Reiurniiitf Ofllcur.  4444_I������H44444.H4-^M44-Hk ^  Obituary.  Tho death oeenrrad at an ������*arlv  hour on Friday evening of A. I\,  Johi'Htnii, ono of the betd kriowii  citizen-'and uieroliants t������f Nuimi  ino. Thu newn of lliu (Umth will  como nn a niirpri-so to ninny, for  few in the city knew Mr. Joliimtoii  hnd been ill. He had not been in  the best of heulth for u-voral dnys  pitbt, coinplsining of |min* in liin  Lead, but hu wuh hbout Iii** bi'ni-  tien** a. imuul yextenhiy, nnd left  for hi>������ homo on Comnx Road nt  5.80 lueit evening apparently in  Iii'h utiii.%1 health. On nrririii^  Ikhum shortly fil'tur 0 o'eloek h������  ho ������niik into u dmir to re*t, at thu  ������niikc timo vuinurking. *'l think I  nm gutting ol'i,'* mid iintiu-dift1''!*.'  eNpired, death hoing due to ceceb-  rul   )iuui<)rriMgi>���������>nuaimo ll������r������  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  :V. BOflOSfl:  Cnonufo������tut������ci������ of miNBRAU (JUATBRS.  Wholesale Dealer? in WINES, UIQUOR 6t BHEl^  F. 0. BOX 146  PHONE 20,...  CUMBERLAND  I NEED MONEY  -AND-  *  TOTT  WANT   CHEAP  FEED  So to suit ns both during the holidays I will  sell tho remnindi't' of my  8TGOK   AT   COST.  This is your opportunity to euve-10. per cent  on your feed 'bill and luv in a supply for the  cold dnyti of January;'   J)ou't forget the place  A. B. CRAWFORD,   ���������   ��������� Courtenay, B.C  1)���������A._U IN FlOtfR AND FEED,  f  warn  AUTOMOBILES  M_*M__PM**"t*'*"*<MP^^  $750.00 to 15000.00  WE SELL  "^  RUSSEL,  SILENT-KNIGHT,  DAIMLER,  OVERLAND,  HUPM09ILE,  and BRUSH  AUTOMOBILES.  3UNDRIESall kinds  BICYCLES and  8UPPUES  J  HOS. PL MLEY,  ������   _^,Vr������8^imfTN0l*,!YBT''VICTORIA. B.Cjm  ti_.   ii       mi ii       iir

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