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 f he Nbws,.Nineteenth Yea$.  ..CUMBERLAND ^rJ&vOtfUESDAY,   COT.  I i������>w  3ld>  -9U  ,������*  Subscription $1,00 a Year  1/  v> -  The Store  of Quality  The Store  Of Quality  THE ������K3  FOR  STOVES  '.. -AND  Ganges  &*** it������*������***Aft^A(if.^45AA'Afe*^*  THE CORNER STORE  A-  a  ���������v tu-  *'!.!   1  S^a  Is an opportiihity   no   one  shou'd niiss.   ,.  We prei'er the money !o  the clothes, aiid we believe  that when you rake note of  tht* price inducements \ve  are offering1 you will prefer'  the clothes to the money".  a  n  The materials, Jhe patterns, the workmaushio and  fit, are all that you could  ask. -Yon -can dress well,  neatly aiid up-to-date, with  clothing-at-cost-pricer   NOW IS YOUR TIME  \/J  \\f*  fr-     ,C       ,1, * . y_ i     ^       -A        V),'  Sirnort Lei$er& Qoff "Ltd.'  ^Ounsmuli'Ave., CumbWibnd.  Locals.  Fridays nmil liy S S. Cowiclu  nn will arrivo at 12 noon and close  at 12 15 p m, sharp.  FOU SALE ���������hoive, bogey and  iianu������ss. cheap Apply L, A,.  Mounce, Cumberland, ll C.  ���������  o���������'���������  Mr. AV, W. Willnrd ' loft hy  Friday's boat for   New Wedtiniii-  Btef ro take charge of the Comox  exhibit, nt tlm Westminster fair,'  H1KTH���������AtCuiHliorlniiil, St-pr.  28th, to Rev,   \\,   0,   ami   Mra.  FroiMuiui, a son.  Princo Rupert, JVC, Sopi. 29.  Mn, Cle'mmtHjiaa now a tunjority  of tl'8, and this will ho increnaod..  ^'. >  "-t <���������      _  FO'lt 8AIiK-~.Two'. 4-rootu hnu*  pos on   Derwont Avon no.   Price  ������1300 for  tho   two,    Apply   K  Al'drt, tailor, Dunsmulr Avonuo,  * amammmat^m  FOU'ND-A' biincli oflcoyg  Apply thin ollleo,  Mr������ H." S. Olenients is expected to.arrive here on Wednesday,  of this week,  '.Thiii ZJrtdltia\ Aid of Grace  Methodist cliui'ch intond giving a  pupper and aiitortainmont ou  Thursday. Nov. 28th, America's  Thimkagiviug Day.  Div nml   Mrs.   MucNanghton  nre oxpbatod homo thin week.  Wljjitovur uwiy.bo done in th  ifptiv fJitims iiu 'mi km was organ.  i������i'd hy the United Mi no Workers  nf Ainorica on Smulny Jatit, Wo  are informed that quite a number  tdguified thoir willingness to join  8iivli.il' illiion,  HARVEST HOME  /  ��������� Tho Harvest Homo Anniversary MM-vices in Grace Methodist  church hist Sunday evening, well  niaiiimined tho high standard uf"  former years. Tlio church waa  decorated in Mr. Banks' best.style.  with ten-foot corn stalks, sheaves  of wheat and- oats, grape vines  and trailing blackberry vinos load-  od with cliHterA of fruit, ivy, hop  vines etc., interspoi>ud with a pro-  fusion of Oumlierliiii'l'ri bountiful  flowers, Uiobo all foniiing'a hack-  ground'for a good display of a  Hpleiulid Variety of the vary cholc-  est fruitrt'and vegetable tho Comox valley produces. Many of  tho vegetable* wo...nu(icQd Ij./ro on-  ti'j tickets frovn tho Comox ox.  hihition, and do credit to tho pro-  ductivonoHs of tho soil a������ woll aa  tho generosity of tho donors. Tho  Borvice was woll ittieudod, bright  and inspiring. ��������� Tho' choir voluntary, .��������������� Wo plough tho Holds,'' is  dear to most by oU. associations,  lUiU'Alr.'tJack's sola was woll received.    Tlio Hornioii,  sketching  tho oarly records oE such ���������Borinoiis  iu .America, reminded, us of qui*  greatly increased privoJegcs iind  Corresponding responsibilities, and  looked forward to tlm tmutt,' "limil  Harvest Homo, The special thank  uiWiu'g, io bo applied to tho bnl-  uneo o|! oxjHsmso ol' sliingijiig nnd  repairing tljy church, amou/ired to  one hundred dollars, a vory gene,  ions sum considering tho portion  of the community reproacnied.  .     ������     ������t������    -,������i  Our, merchants would - like to  havo the lights turned ou a little  earlier in tliu evening for business  I'uUHOIlS,  :ssjmiJ^:ife  ������*  FOK   OUR  GREAT  Baths;v ������������������"'"������������������^������- %  ;"' liavafories,'|J  Plumbing '$$  Plumbing^  SlflDDlie&;  "i-3  ���������������->-i>  ������r  l  Su:  . 'I-  .TR-mTHE  ' \r   - '.   . *.   ->.i .,l,a  - -  ���������    i ;t?     -. ���������-      s ,  FOR   PAY-DAYvAND  WEEK FOLLQ#il*?G  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  -'Av- ���������>. ���������" f.0  .yy  T.E. Bate; Cumberland.  ' ' '���������   A. ���������'���������������������������-v^,������  l ,, mwmmmmmm9ma^ammmmmmmmammTa*m*am4M**''* *������-=i������>l  ANNUAL MEETING  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  J, l - ^__rtmm_____^__ * '  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D.; D.C.L, Prestdcnt  j^_J uA;f'.LEXANDER.LA!RD1iGENERAL-TMANAGEa>-^ -^ ���������-1-  S  ���������t  t������  Si  S*  %  Tm  1  ���������*������  <tm  to  Hail  -#  ��������� i> '  t  (ft ���������  ������ ���������  t'V,  '��������������������������� /y'S'  FATAL ACCIDENT  Samuel FJiulaon, brother ot Mr  Thomas lludson, nf Union Dav,  and Mr. Walter lliidwm.-.of this  city, was killed at Denman Island  on Sunday morning last,-'by tho  accidental ilincharjvo of a .rifle in  the hands of Alexander Chapman.  The deoonaod with several others,  went to Den man Island on Satur-  d'iy last, on a hunting expedition,  -mid early on ������unday mnrnjng the  party were preparing fyp the day's  shooting, when Chapman in cliarg  ing his rifle, let the hammer slip,  causing the (Uncharge of the riflo,  which*hit Mr.   Hudson who was  i      >  Btandiug outside the- cabin, in  company with a companion. The  bullet penetrated a threo inch  plank and \yont clean through Mr.  UiuIhoii's neck, killing him in-  'Bluntly. Tlie deceased wan a, na.  tivo of Nova .tfootia, innl "'us 88  y*>ai"8 <������f ago, Uo loaves a wife  and two brothers hero, to mourn  his sal and sudden taking off,  The funeral will tako place on  "Wednesday, liev, LalTero ofllci-  ntiiig, .,. ;"  The anniml meeting of the  Taiiadiau Collieries (Duiisnniir)  Ltd., .Medical MoHrd,. wiip hi-ld in  (Jiiinberhrinl JIall mi Saturday  evening", Chairman Joseph Mor  bury presiding. Seon-tary Clin  ton read the miniitesof iticetingi-  for the year, A printed finaii-  ciul Btatomeut for lhe year wa>  (listrihuted through the hall. It.  wae decided after .November 1st.  tocliucontiniie the supplying of  mediciiK'N, dressings, ���������lmii(lHi������oii  etc. by the,hoard to outsiders as  heretofore. It was also doeided  that the funornl benefit bo in-  (ireiiseil from' %l\{) \Q ,^10(), Tiie  follow ing; will compose tho new  hoard.��������� No. 4 iSlope, J, Comh  G. Peacock/J. Appecie.  ���������' ;   ��������� ��������� i  No, D Shalt, W. lleiidersoii,  No, 0 Shaft, T. heemaii.  No.   7   Slope, F, Jiiyncl^.,' d.  Thomson.  Top,T. Iloiiiiett, E, IMckard,  Sawmill, \\.   Mounce,  Wharf, Geo, Campbell,   '  o^te'^Eanadian-Bank or^ommcrcc-Will receive "deposits~of $i :and  QjWards/on which interest is allowed at current rates.    Tlier^'is no !  delay, m withdrawing the wholbbc any portion of the deposit.    Small ���������  deposits are welcomed, x . ,   ������^234  .  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to bo  ������r[^C,d.'by a"y* ������ne 0f the number or by th������ survivor. ��������� A joint account"  of thi^kmd saves expense in establishing the ownership of the moner-  after death, vand is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  CPMBERLAND.BBANCH W  T.   WIIITF,  K������aa9.i '  -tlfmrmm  Young 'Britons  Ball op UlC.-aoMu"  Ma.������qiicrrtrU������  At. the Nanaimo Presbyterian  Church tuaasc ou Thursday last,  Rev.JR. Robertson united iu  muriage A. H. McFnrlauc of  Vaucouver, iind' Miss Bessie Mc-  Donnld,''rl'nncjht** of flip Into O^o,' ���������'  McUonnld of 'Coniox. Mr. hiu]'J  Mrs, McFarlane will take their  residence iu Vancouver.  Ladies Hospital Auxiliniy'will  meetiu ly, of l\ Mall on TliuiS.  day evening at 7.30,  i  CITY COUNCIL MEETS  The City Council met in regular session on Monday evening,  ijieio   byinfi    present   Aldermen  t *  Maxwell,   Uaj������kp,i Parnham- anb  the mayor,  Tho minutes of provious- meet-  ing were road and adopted,  Accounts:���������  I). U.   Pottery,   875.75;   A.   H.  Peacey, 7.70; It.   Grant  &    <: ,  8,1:8; Giimh,l.lv������������ry,Stalik Ofi.'io;  Vancoiivor Rubber Co. 20,50.  it was regulsrily nioved and  socoiided, that snmo be referred  lo lliiiinco comiuittoo and if found  correct paid,, ���������  C<Jiistable Gray's report,���������  Scnveugor, #100.50; Watchinim,  42.50; Hall Koiit, 40.00; J'ullce  Court, 1.1.00; IJuckctH, fl.005 Dog  Tux, a.00; Scales, 2.80; Browing  Coin puny, fj.00.  I). Muiiden .ropoi'tcij tho." fol-  owin^'workpn hospital ������wwor.-  31^ days lahor,   vxponrlituro for,  tools etc, $25.00, number of pipes  used .'315,   drain   costing   at   th'o'  rate of 44^c. a yard  without cost  of pipe.  The Liquor Licensev Ry-Lnw  was reconsidered, adopted and li-  niilly passu!, the City Ch'rk being  instructed lo supply copy of same  lo all licensed piemiees.  The clerk wns instructed to  collect all outstanding license few  at once.  Thoro being 110 furl hor Imsjuosd  the council adjourned.  Wilt Clinton, wu aro plensod lo  hour, passed: a highly creditablo  eiitranco examination inlo Lehigh  University, South Ih'thh'liem,  Ponn. Wilt was among the fii^t  wllh 11 good por cuiilagc���������Good  Wilt,  Don't forget Hit Young Hrton.s  Masquerade Hall .011. the;20th.  iwcmmwursmwor;'*'-' -  NEW FALL GOODS  i  A niiinborof gentlemen financially Pitorosti'il iu the Canadian  Collieries (Dunsmuir) Ltd., with  their Indies, nrrivod hero on Tuot-  day 011 n tour of inspection of thu  'minw, . ,   .   .  Mm Ethel Furbqw will leave '|  by Wednesday's boat on <i tv^Q*  weeks vacation to Nanaimo aud  Vancouver.  t,.: O.111 fust Shipment ofl^ AJ.L GOODS have arrived nnd nre  now opened up, aud include everything in. Wearing Apparel  for  Fall   and   Winter.-"   You are cordially invited to come in nnd  pcx.iiuiiic Values and Prices/   No trouble lo look!  ~We have, a Good Assortment of���������  Misses and Children's Coats for School  Ladies Rainproof and Cloth coats  Blouses, Skirts, Sweaters, Dress Goods  Men's Clothing, Overcoats, Sweaters and Hats.  Campbell Bros.  ���������A  i  m V     -   *"  . I._(  I.'"' -' \ I.  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  f MMM������M������M������M ������������������������������������������������������������������������  RoundUp;!  A Romance oi Arizona  MorcUsed From Edmund  Bey's Melodrama Jr*  J*  liy   JOHN   MURRAY   and  MILLS MILLER.  ������������, by O.  ham Co.  (Continued.)  w.  i  i  * i  111  They rode up lo Allen Hacienda  shortly after Slim Hoover had arrived. Tbey could hour iho merriment  tt the wedding guests in iho kitchen.  Loud laughter was punctuated hy the  popping of corks, and McKee, who  code in advance of Bud, distinguished  the voice of the sheriff in expostulation against the general raillery con-  tentruted upon him.  The half breed grinned wolfishly. It  was evident Unit the bloodhound of  ihe law had tracked the supposed inur-  flerer just as the real criminal had  conjectured and desired.; a  Polly.���������.���������run,'out on the piazza. She  ���������aw the mnn whom she regarded us  her lover's,evil genius. As he greeted  tier ingratiatingly, "Howdy, Miss Pol-  <y7" she replied sharply:  "You ain't got no invite to this wed-  Sin*."  "I come with my friend Bud," he explained, with an elaborate bow.  "I didn't see you. Bud," answered  Polly, slightly mollified,-us she crossed  the dooryurd to shake, hands with her  sweetheart. Buck offered her his  hand, but she ignored him. McKee  shrugged his shoulders aud started for'  the house, ���������  "Bud, lie's some cast down because  It's not his weddin'." was McKee's  parting, shot at the young couple. "I  low I'll go in an' join the boys. Ex-  tnse me."  "Wltb  pleasure,"  coldly  replied  the  tin.  The half breed ignored the sarcasm,  and, answering innocently, "Much  obliged." he entered the bouse.  Polly turned on Bud. displaying her  resentment, "you an' him always kick  up the devil when you're together.  What did you bring him along fer?"  *he demanded.  "It's bis lust chance to see any fun  around- here;���������He's-leavlng-for-Texas,���������  explained Bud.  Ter how long?"  -"For good."  "For our good, you mean. There's  too many of his kind eomin' into this  tountry. Did you hear about 'Ole Mnu!  terrlll ?"  Bud did not wait for her to explain.  1)Ut nervously answered: "They told  no about it in Florence when we were  eoip.lng through. We've been, at the  Laey K."  "Wasn't   It   dreadful?"- rattled   on  Polly.    "Slim's   here.    The  boys  nre  . Coin''to, turn.'out with lilm nfter the,  weddin' to hog If thoy cnn ketch the  Mler who did the lclllln'."  Bud paled ns ho heard the hews. To  ponoenl his distress ho moved toward  the door���������anywhere to get awny from  the girl to whom ho feared lie would  twrtrny himself, "I'll join 'em." ho  hnflklly ni"twered.  Polly, however, could see no reason  for IiIh evident hnste.to leave her.  Bho felt hurt, but thought hl������ ne-  rlo^jH were due to tier scolding lilm foi  being with McKee.  "You nln't ever nst me how I look?"  Wie Inquired, seeking to detain lilm,  'S"_>n loplj fine," complimented Bud  t������������r?uncti������-Kiy,,  "When n feller inir't Rf"������i n feller ln u  eck, seems like a "feiier ",-"ht t������  fcrnce up un' start nomcthln'," replied  Polly In nn Injured tone.  Bud mulled In spite of'IiIh fonra.  ditching tlie girl In his arum, ho  klHsed her and snld. "1 was waiting  (or the chance."  Polly disengaged herself from bin  tmlirneo und sighed eouiuiitedly.  "Thiit.'H Homelhln' like It, Wluit'H  the une of belli' engaged'lo u feller If  you can't lmve nil llio trlmiiiln's Hint  gw>H with It. You look as If you  lynHn't Ion happy."  Bud pulled himself together with mi  effort.   He realized tlmt If he did not  ' ���������Imw  more Imprest In  lhe girl und  the wedding he might be ninjpocii'd of  connection wllh Hie murder.  He trumped up nn explanation of hln  tnoodlncHH.  "Well, what call lmvo 1 lo be luippy?  Haven't-I lont my Job?"  "Yes,  but  Hint's  because  you  wns  lot   headed   nn'   give   your   ho������������   ton  much lip,    Hut everything will coma  out nil right.   .Indi nii.vh"-  "IIiih Hint low down linr nntl lliluf  fw>������ii coming It over you, hilly?*. Did  lie Hill you how ho guve the place ho  fimntlMPri ino to HngeliriiHhV"  ' ''"  "Thnt wiihm'i until you glvei lilm  fluck, Ilinl. An' I'm mint he nln't u  thief.   Why"-  "Thief! Of eource be Is, nnd u black-  er ht'iirtt'tl one tlinn the uum thnt kill-,  ed Terrlll. Isn't lie going tn sti'iil my  brother l.ticU n gin iin������ \w> uighi i"  "Bill Hick Is dead" expostulated  Polly.  "Oleic iHu't dentl, I kijojy It-tlmt  In," li������ Httiininoroil, "I foal l������ in my  Imiiiph ho Isn't donil. And Jack feels  It too, Thill's why Iio'h hurried up  this wedding,"  "Bui your own friend, Buck McKee,  ftnw Dick Just before the 'hit-hen  killed him."  "But not nfter It, nnd 'Buck now  thinks tlie rurnles iniiy have como up  tn tliuo loHiive lilm."  "KeeniH lo nic If IIjiiCh hu he Ii.im had  'Uum cuuugli hI'.u-c tlit'ti to write," oh-  Jwtcd Polly, who wiih nevertheless liu-  vreBaud by Hud'tt \ehemeiice.  "How do you know tliui lie lias not  written?".-   ...  Polly could only gasp. These accusa-  I lions were coming too fast for her to  j answer.  "You can't tell what a man might do  Ilu a case  like'that.    Perhaps  Dick's  uiway in the mountains, away from the  i railroad, prospecting down iu i he (J host  range, where he has been trying to lo-  11 ;cate the lost lode.   There's lots of reasons for his not writing to Hcho, but  Keho doesn't seem to mind.    A year  und a half Is enough to mend any woman's heart."  "Now. you"��������� began Polly, who was,  ;rowing angry under the charges whh-h  were being heti|K'd on her two best  friends by the overwrought boy.  Bud would not let her linish, but  :ried: "Echo never loved hlrn. If she  did she would not be acting as she  Is doing tonight."  Hushing to Kcho's defense. Polly answered. "She may or may not lmve  loved Dick Lane, hut I know that she  i loves .lack Payson now with all her  heart, an' even if the 'Puches did  not get your brother he Is as dead to  tier us if they had."  Polly was startled nnd confused by  Hud's accusations, Accordingly it was  l relief to her when Jack Payson appeared on the scents. They laid been  io Interested in their conversation that  they did not hear him ride up to the  house. "Hello. Polly! Hello. Bud!"  were his cordial greetings, for he was  Jcterinined to ignore his former employee's hostility. Buda did not answer, but looked moodily on the  ground.   .������������������ ���������  To eastern eyes Payson's wedding attire would appear mostc incongruous.  About his waist was strapped a re-  rolyer.,; His riding trousers, close titling and corded, were buttoned over  lhe calves of his legs. Soft, highly  polished leather boots reached to his  knees. His shirt was of silk, deeply  smbroidefed down the front and at  die collar. His jacket gave him ample  breathing room about the chest, but  rapered at the waist and clung closely over the hips. He wore a sombrero  md a knotted silk handkerchief. ;E^tS  race was deeply sunburned except'a  ipot shaped like a crescent just below  the hair line on the forehead, which  ivas protected from the sun by the hat  ind the shade of the brim. A similar  line of fairer skin ran around the edge  )f thp scalp, beginning over the ears.  Ills hair shaded the upper part of his  leek from the sun's rays. When hia  ������ntr was trimmed  the untarmed part  xically. "Bud's mighty hvpeful. ain't  he?   Ain't you happy?"  "You bet! Don't I look it?" cried  .lack, rubbing his hands. "Never  thought I could be so happy. A fellow doesn't get married every day ln  the week."  "Not unless he lives In Chicago. I  hear it's the habit there." answered  Polly.  "The sweetest girl in the territory"���������  began Jack.  "You bet she Is!" Polly broke ln. "If  you just want to keep her lovin' -an'  loviu' you. all you've got to do Is to  trout her white an' play square with  her."  "Play square with her." thought Pay-  son Was he playing square wllh her?  He knew that he was not, but the  chance of losing her was too great#for  him to risk.  "l������'or if you ain't on the level' with  Echo Allen-well, you might us well  crawl out of camp. That's the kind of  girl she is!" Polly exclaimed loyally.  ARTIFICIAL EYES.  Jhe Art of Making Them Resemble Their Human Patterns.  MATCH IN SHAPE AND COLOR.  A BUSH HOLIDAY.  E'  CHAPTER VII.  "iNTEMNi; the living room, Bud  found. Echo surrounded by several girls fro iii Florence aix^ tlio  neighboring riuichty?. wlio were  driving her almost .distracted- with  their admiring attentions, for she was  -greatly'disturbed about her lover's Inexplicable absence, Had she been free  from, the duties of hospitality she  would have leaped on her horse and  gone iu search of him. "  Echo's wedding attire would seem as  incongruous us Jack's to the eyes of an  easterner, yet it was entirely suited to  the circumstances, for the couple intended as soon as they were married  to ride to a little hunting cabin of  Jack's in the Tortilla mountains, where  they would spend their honeymoon.  She was dressed in au olive green  riding habit-which she had brought  from tbe east. The skirt was divided  aud reached just below the knees. Her  blouse, of light material aud brown in  color,, was loose, allowing free piny for  her arms and shoulders. High riding  boots were laced to the knees. A sombrero and riding gloves lay on. the  table ready to complete her costume.  Bud coldly acknowledged "Echo's affectionate and happy greeting and  curtly informed her that Jack had arrived.  She rushed out of doors, with a cry  of joy.  Ifunuing across the courtyard toward  her lover, who ii waited her with outstretched nr.ms. she began:  "Well, this Is ti nice time, you outrageous"��������� Then Polly stopped her-  -wit h ia^.mf/ck_stj.!Juus_loi)l:.___l'_W!ilt_a,  minute��������� wait a minute." the- girl  drawled as if reining in a too eager  horse. "Don't * .commence callln' love  names before you get the hitch. Time  enough after. He litis been act in' up  somethin'.scandalous with me."  Jack throw up his hands In protest,  hastily denying any probable charge  that the tense inlrlit make. "Why. I  haven't been saying a word!" lie cried;  Polly laughed, ns she run to-the door,  "No. you '..haven't." she answered  mockingly, as one agrees with a child  whose feelings have been hurt. 'He's  only been tellin' me lie loved"���������  Piiuslng nn Instant, she pointed nt  Erho. ending her sentence with a  thoufed "r'i,"  (To be continued.)  They Fit tha Eye Socket Perfectly and  May Even Be Worn During Sleeping  !   Hours���������Made  of  Glass,   For  Which  ;   No Substitute Has Yet Been Found.  ' Germany leads all other countries in  the manufacture ot artificial eyes.  JTbe American consul general at Co-  burg reiates that probably ever since  the beginning of tbe world civilized  people bavo endeavored to hide or  remedy any flaw lu their appearance,  Biicti as the loss of an eye would  cause. How this wns doue by the va-  rious nations It is hard to say. Dp to  tbe present tlino no discoveries have  been made that would offer enlightenment on this subject. There are, it is  true, a few unauthcnticat.ed accounts  as far back as the, middle ages, but  the first reliable report Is given by the  French surgeon Ambrolse Pare ln 1500.  Two' kinds of artificial eyes were  known to him. the ekblephuros. and  the hypoblepharos. The ekblepbaros  was made by painting the eye and all,  surrounding parts as far as the brows  on a plate, which was placed in front  of the eye socket and held in position  by a string tied oyer the head. The  hypoblepharos was used In a manner  etuiiln-r to that of today, being put behind the eyelid, in the eye"Bocketj.lt-  Belt, and was composed of a metal  Bbeil of copper, silver or gold, covered  tfith enamel and glass fusions.  It was only at the close of the eighteenth century that these'artificial'eyes  really became of practical use. it being  then found possible to do away with  the metal shell altogether and employ  enamel and glass. The material used  -was a soft lead glass, easily shaped,  but also easily destructible, and an  eye had to be renewed every.three or  four months to prevent the socket  trom becoming affected.  It Is known that In the middle of the  nineteenth century eyes were made by  enamelera in Dresden. Prague. London  and Stockholm, and In Thuri&gla. The  Thuringlau makers were not enamel-  ers. but glassblowers working ln con-  section with the porcelain'painting industry, whose epdless and untiring  experiment resulted in the discovery  "Ucllo, Pollti!   Hvlio, Uud!"  showed as plainly na If painted, It is  Hit murk of lhe plainsman In a city  or on a liolltlny,  "Well, It's nbout time that yon got  litre," Haiti Polly, with u sigh of relief.   "Where lmvo you been?"  "I stopped over nt Rnnv Torrlll'n to  seo nbout something that I ordered  from Kiiuriih City, Then I hnd to go  Illicit to my riiiifh"- ,  Hud. hi ii Hod guiltily, Forgoing IiIh  dPlPi'iiiliiiiilon to ignore PnjtRon, lio  nuked niixloiiMly. "Ynu didn't f������oo Terrlll. did yotiV"  "Oli, yes. Why do ynu nnfiT  Polly laid her luii|d on Pii.vhoh'h nnn  nnd told Iiini briefly of tlio shooting of  Torrlll,  "Wlio shot lilmV" ho naked when who  hnd IIiiIhIipiI,  "They don't know.., Ilo wns rubbed  of n pile of money, Bllin IIonvor'M Jtmt  rode over to get n posse." site replied,  looking townrd the door, At tills bit  of Informal ion Pnyson becnnip nnxloiis  nbout Iho [ilium for .hln wedding, The  ceremony wiih uppermost In IiIh mind  nt tiie tlmo.  "Well, ho cnn got ono after the wed-  tllntf." Then ho nskod. "Ih the minister hero yot V" '  Polly ' laughingly replied; "You're  fool I n' pretty tqiry how, but you'll l������p  ns meek us n Imby ciilf In it Utile  while, In- ihlrt'noelloii n bridegroom'In  l rented worse I linn n tenderfoot,"  i'tt.Vhuti MtiiUd, IU ',.:.<w hv v.-.t.s !:;  for n thorough lia/.lng by Hthe boys.  "Tlml'H nil right. I'll fU'l ������������'���������������u ������t you  -tome dny. when you und Mud"-  Polly Interrupted' lilm with n roinnrk  nboiit'minding bin own I'iuhIiiprh,  Hud avoided entering Into the conversation. He Iind walked toward the  door nnd wiih Hiniidlng on tho HtcpM  when he answered I'm- Polly,  "I.nnkH iih If your oIiiiiipoh of getting even wllh us Ih n long way tiff,"  he snld, Turn hi g, ho entered tlio  Iiouho lo Join the other gueslH. who,  I by the niilfp. wero enjoying Alloa's  Importation* frmii Tticwon to tho hot-  ton of every glass,  Polly looked uficr Dud. HinWiiB quiz-  "    SIRES  AND_ SONS.  J. G. Pbelpn Blokes, the Soclallnt. U  a mirgeou und pbyslciau, with hospital  and dispensary experience.  John D. Crtnimius. tbe New York  millionaire. own������ tbo most valuable  collection of autographs ln America.  Butler Ames, member of congress  from Massachusetts, is a grandson ot  General Beujumin Butler and it' soo ol  Uencrul Adelbert Amen.  M. Snntoa-Dumont will never make a  flight unless lie curries with bim u  muBcot ln tbo uhapo;of a small medal,  which wns given to bim by a French  countess.  William George Hake, who recently  celebrated his ouo hundredth birthday  a mil versa ry in Loudon, lu said to be  tho only ICtigllsli lawyer who ever  lived to bo 1UU yours old. He wna ud-  tnlttud to the bar'lu IHUn.  Bven Hetlln even when a nmnll  boy bud n pnaslou for trnvol, When  only tlfteen ycurs of age he hnd mado  a number of map* Illustrating the  routes in Icon by llio vurloits txpout-  tloiM In search of the north pule,  M, UuoHhoff, Bulgarian prime mln-  later for foreign iiftiilnt. Is n prominent  KugllHlt Hi'liolnr, Ho vlsliod Undon  in IWK) nnd 1H8G. whon lie plonded tbo  onuHo of the union of eastern Houmelln  nnd Bulgaria. Ou Hovornl occasions ho  hnH held thu highest positions In the  government.  Sporting Notes.  Bnltlmoro linn orgutilaod a Indies'  tennis association.  .tlm !'"lynn. ������'lto Irnnelfed nnt Al  KnUfmun. doon'not euro to tight .IncK  .lolinson, but would tackle Bum Utig-  ford. ,   ,  Kdmtiad Lnmy, who for ������l������ yenrs  wns thu undlnpuled olinmploii of Amor-  leu on nkniPH nn the lee. has mado good  at professional hiiNehiill. puiying oeoior  held for the Mntii'tleld team of (In*  Ohio nnd PennH.vlvanla legue,  Tewnlun. file Ktiir runner of thoCnr-  llnie Indian nihool, who recently wt������n  the twolvo mile run down Hrondwny,  Now York city, mny try to make the  Marathon tenrn thnt will ropreM'tiUtili  country nl the JJtociihbliu Olympic  COUIM next vmmr.  ofan ideal material. cryolWglassrtHe"  use of which led to a new technique  in eye manufacture. Moreover, there  can now be produced all the characteristics of tbe human eye which had  been possible In enamel work. The  sew prosthetic eye received the name  "reform eye." To be of value, however, It must be made to exactly fit  the; eye'Rocket  Today it Is possible to give to the reform eye any form and color desired,  acid in most cases it can be even worn  at night, thereby preventing the lid  from sinking Into the socket and tbe  lnehes from sticking together. At  times attemptB have been made to replace the breakable glass by vulcanite  or celluloid, but such efforts have long  since been given up ns useless.  in 18T)2 tbo method used In Franca  for making eyes was as follows: On  tbe broadly pressed end of a small,  colorless, transparent rod of enamel,  tbe pupil was llrut made, and the iris  -WBB then formed on tbis by means of  n small, tbln pointed, colored, enameled  rod, the designing of tho Iris being  made possible by melting this point of  this rod.  ln Paris tbo good eyea nre now no  mndo. A glnss tube, closed at one end  and of tbo color of tho sclerotic, is  next blown into tho form of an oval,  nnd In tho middle of thin a hole is  melted, tbe edges of which aro rounded off evenly nnd pressed a little outward. Tlio trie is then placed ln tbis  opening nnd well melted in. A thick  coating of,glass remains behind, The  eyo Is rounded off, tho projecting rim.  of tho whlto cont Is -smoothed wltb a  metal rod, nnd thin cont Is thereby  joined to tho sclerotic. By montm of a  thin, pointed red rod the blood veunels  to bo seen on tlio hnrd oont of the  human eye nro thon melted In. The  superfluous bnck part of the cyoball la  molted off, thereby giving to the eye  the desired form. Tbe eye'la finally  placed on hot sand, where it becomes  gradually cooled off.  Glass eyes nre made ln qulto n different manner In Lnuncha, the center  of this Industry In Germany, where  their. manufacture Is altogether, a  liouno tndtiBtry. Tbo eyes rfro usually  mrtdd1 by oho member'of. a fnrolly, nnd  tho art Ib bnnded down from one,genera tion to nnorlier, A gus tlniiio Is  lined for molting the glims, A umuli  drop of white glass Is put on the white  blown ball from which the scleroti^ l������  to he fan do nnd In thon blown ho us t'i  mnke n circle nliont eight millimeter*  (O.lllft luctu In (Ifameier. Ou tlim ctr-  clo the structure of tho Iris Is built by  means of variously colored gins* rods.  A drop of black glaaxi makes the pupil.  Over tiio IliilHht'd Iris crystal ghi������m Is  melted In order to liniiuiu mw votiiM*.  The further roniiufactur^ Is slmllnr to  tbat given In tho first description,  A Day Off In B.C. as Described by a  Hospital Worker.  An hospital in the bush sounds very  lonely; but only those who have lived alone the coast oi Vancouver Island can realize how wondertully  grand it is. The hospital of which 1  have charge is situated many miles  north of Vancouver." I had had heavy  work for many months, and was just  I getting a bit slack when I awoke ce  morning in August to find the sun  streaming into my room. It was oue  of those sparkling, clear mornings  when everything stands out with that  remarkable clearness pecuiiur to  Western Canada.  Think how much I should like to  take a "dny off," and repair to one ol  the lakes to iish, I made known my  wish at breakfast time, aud we arranged that the doctor's wile and myself should go off, taking with us a  male patient convalescing, after amputation of leg, and u mad scramble  followed.  After helping with the morning ward  work, and packing up a hasty lunch, 1  was just fixing up my fishing tackle  when the whistle of the first train of  logs came down to us froin not very  far up in the woods. ���������' ,  This meant'hurry, for the men can-  rot losu' time waiting .for holiday,  makers. So off we trotted just in tinie  ��������� to scramble into the .engine cabin;  and away eight miles through the  bush till we reached the beuutilul lake  which was to be,our 'destination.  Having got down ugain from the  engine, we ma<te our way to the lake  edge, there to find an old boatjinto!  this we ^scrambled, and,pulled out u'  little way, then threw put our lines.  We, had plenty of bites, and landed  some half-dozen line trout; but the  sun shone too brightly for t}������e fish,  and they, soon Decume lazy,.  While they were enjoying a "siesta."  we rowed about two miles across the  lake, aiid landed on thii very smallest  of islands, which we christened "The  Isle of Delight." Herfe we made" a  fire and prepared a lunch, giving our  patient his in the boat, as he, poor  fellow, could, not land,    .  Aher ,'OU.r repast 'We again settled  down to fish, aiid a very exciting two  hours followed, landing trout as last  a* we could for two hours. In fact,  we were'so engrossed 'that we had  forgotten the train foreman's instructions to; be at the water,tank at 4.30  p.m. Now, it was after 5 p.m. The.  last train of logs had gone down, and  our position was indeed a serious one.  After much consultation between  ourselves we finally agreed that there  was at any rate no use remaining  ia the boat, that we had better get  to shore, ,and that I should walk the  two miles to the nearest camp and  ask_the :manager, to kindly_-send ;us  "Home"oh~a "loose^enfineT"-'S~~"~T~7~~  Suddenly thrqugh the stillness 'came  a strange sound. Oh,(joy; it was the  whistle of a'train!;.We.could scarcely  believe our ears, but it surely came  nearer and. nearer, and at last hove  into sight. 'We waved frantically, and  pulled. with all our might to shore,  but the men saw us and called out  to us to hurry. And we obeyed their'  instructions' to the letter, but the  task of getting cur patient out of the  boat and up through the bush to the  train in a hurry was an extremely difficult one, and, looking back on it, I  hardly know how we accomplished it.  However, we eventually reached the  line, and 'managed ,.tb: squeeze ourselves into thi small space available,  for it was no train and carriage we  had stopped, but an engyie only, and  we were soon speeding on our way  home. We learned that ..ie engine  was going down to bring back n water  tank, otherwise we should havo fared  badly���������how badly I do not like to  think. As it was, wo got buck safely  with our fine load of fish.  And a very nice homecoming It  was! Patients waving to us, ns we  rounded'-the corner, evidently on the  look-out. and even military hbmtn,  for the gramophone was playing on  the veranda.  THE NEWEST SENATOR  BENJAMIN  C.   PROWSF   A  WELL.  'K.,OWN P. E. I. MAN.  The Man Who "/ill Succeed the Late  Senator Ferguson -s a Prominent  Business N���������n of Charlottetown,  and Has Been Mayor ���������' Hli Home  City���������His Lrother, L. C. Prowse, Is  Member ol the House ot Commons.  Benjamin 0. Prowse, who has \\xH  been appointed to the Canadiun Sen-  ute to succeed the late Senator Ferguson, is one of the best-known businessmen iii the. province oi Prince Edward Island and one of the most  prominent citizens of the city of Char-  Iottetown, He is not quite 50 yeara  of  age  and  entered commercial  ltfe  BBNJAMIX C, -fROWSE.  when only 17 years old as partner of  Prowse Bros. Later he became presi'  dent of Prowse Bros., Ltd., and early  took an active interest in public af-  tairs, "���������.*..;;''''.'.;���������  > Senator Prowse servH two term:" a������  alderman and once as mayor of the  c. /of CharlotWtown. He has always-  been a prominent Liberal and is a-  brother of the sitting member of Parliament, L. E. Prowse.  Ontario's Prison Flgurev  According to the annual return for  1010 for the prisons >nnd reformatories  of Ontario, issued* by the Provincial  Secretary, ��������� a decrowns of CB in thr>  number of prisoners nent to Kingston  is shown, while there was an inewnso  of CI in the number sentenced to  the previous year. Tho commitment  for murder last year were 41, im corn-  pnrwl with 21 in 1000; mttiis'liiughtor  10, as compared with 11 the previous  yeiir,  The total number of persons committed to jniU or look-ups of tho pio-  vineo last year was 1,1,087, an increase  6f 152 over 1000. Of (IiIb total number.  B.881 were temperate, but lead thnn  \li per cent, could rend nnd write,  I)r, llruco Smith lauds Ihe parole  system which hus been recently Introduced.  Refused i Title.  The recent batch of titles thnt hns  been granted to,, 0iinndi<in������ ompha-  Simon the fact thnt during the pnut  (ow years the title him been offered  on two occasions to Mr. H. B. Angu*.  v������ho Is now president of the Bunk of  Montreal. For noma reason, however,  which ho has novor oven told hU  friends, Mr. An^ui lian nlwnys pre-  furred not to accept It, evidently be-  ln(? quite RntiMlod jtwl to bo known  a< hoy always tin* been���������plain Mr,  Angu.s, JIi.i it-lum) lu uvc-L'iil ;i UtUy  however, .������ all Hie more surprining as  n number of tlie men with whom ho  u daily anHociated lmve, been ruther  eager to accept thi!in,"-rC3ourior.  Escaped  From  Bastille.  The"'jSarl_ of Verulam-has kept jHs-_  Bfty-hinlh birthday", ahd.'a.*"head of^  t' Grimston family, descends, though  not in a direct line, from the Sylvester  de Grymstone who was one of the-  Conqueror's standard bearers. The  family archives contain many storiep  of this adventurous family, one of the-  most, famous being thnt o' the escape-  of Sir Edward Grimston, Controller  of Calais in Edward VI.'s day, froitt  the   Bastille.  Sir Edward hnd languished in that-  terrible prison for two yours belore-  his opportunity came. Then a tile-  was smuggled into him, and with infinite labor he cut through the bars- '  of his cell, ond changing clothes witb  his servant, not only got clear awnyr  but lived till he was ninety-two.  To...his* grandson, Harbottle Grim-  *���������"���������"**���������������, Sheriff of Essex In the tirs������  Charles' time, a burotietcy wa,? givet������  in . 1012, and with the death of the-  third baronet the Grimstotis gave way  to the Luckyns, the first of whom wn*  made ViRcount Grimston, and thereupon ndopted the fnmi!;, name. The-  Barony of Dunboyne was conferred'  upon him,, and Voter on came that of  Forrester .of .Cor.storpliin, ���������..  Thus is comes about that the Enrls.  of Verulam of to-day is one of the-  only tlwee members of the Upper  House who are English, Irish, and'  Scottish peers. Among'Lord Verulam'*  *' ������ures at Gorhambury, St, Albans,  are a quantity of priceless Elizabethan  r..anuscripts'whoso secrets have never  yet been Wholly revealed,  A Bootmaklng Ancestor.  Mr. Austen Chamberlain, M,P., has-  been tailing his brother members ol  the Cordwniners' Company au interesting story us to the circumstance*  in wnicli his family became connected  with the craft and the guild. It ������ucui*  that Mr. Chamberlain's great-grent-  grandfather was apprenticed to an uncle, who was n confectioner. One-  niornlnir'he wns practising a balanc*  ing trick, nnd unfortunately the "property"���������in this instance a broom-  foil nnd damaged some goods, Angrily thu uncle told the lad that hu had)  butter turn his attention to some other  trade. Tlio scnpnginco took him nt Mv  word," and entered the service of iu.  bootmaker, Prosperity attended him,  and he became eventually a master,-  then joined the irulld, Four generations uubsejiuontV carried on thir  business tn'tho same premises in tliir  City���������within u few yards of thn present Cordwnltiers' Hall.  Rtsf Dulldlig Corili,  R������������f building wm in cnn only thrlv*  |p ������������*������ wnr������������r wlil'-r> doini not mcwI  ftluiul twenty fatli"ni������ ������" dep������h nnd  the mnrtarntfira of wblcb turvar tmiie  lialow UH d������ur������M V.  Flinniasn's Wsy.  Cnssldy-Klnnnoiinn'o thlnklnir of coin'   Into   the   hnulln'   bnnfntm*.   Ha  bought n fotne new cart today.  Cn������oy  ���������rint ������hur������ hi������ linn no horfli*.   Plnnnn-  Bftn~No. but he's golri*, to buy wnn.  Cawy-Well, thnt'a lolk* Flnnnngnn.  H^ alway������" did git the ^art befoor tht J gjates  toowa.-1'hlladelptili U'd������er.  ���������������,  U. S, Emlcrntlon to Canada.  Immigration into Canada during  HU0 ranched n total "of 803,001, aa  compared with lft4,28l for 1000, an In-  orpuse of over 04 per cent,; 178,489  nrived via ocean ports and 124,002  came from the United States; 170,428  were men, Gs.liKi women and M.7M  ohildren, Ol the immigrants from the  United Slate* 74.000 wero men, 25,215  women and 24���������'I0" children.  Of tlie immigrants from the United  ...ntt's the lurgest number was fur-  1 nished by the State of Washington,  ������ by ..     .  11,fm. followwl by North Dukota 15.-  1 It ta a very nrent thlrif for ��������������� to ������o j WI. Minnwota I3.CM7 and Michigan  the very bwt we mn do Just whart \*&������- -tvmy *ute iiml territory, how-  and aa w. ������ra.-Bnt)co<!������.      . . i,m< *" ������P������wuUd.  Taking No Risk.  Very skeptically the terrace Innd*  lord surveyed the prospective tennnt*  "Uo you play tootbnlfr" he gruntwl.  The prospective tenant raised hi#  eyebrows and replied in tlie negative.  "Nur  Iftfievt"  "No, nor referee," answered tlur  P. 1'.   "WhyP"  " 'Cos I'm taking no risks," explain,  ed tho landlord. '"\m la:*, Jel'.e*/ tha*  took this hoiitif was a referee. Guvtr  a wr^ug. oi'cimoii. 'V>a* Uiuiiijtt*i v.i tur  buck. Swnllowi'tl the whistle, After  Hint he couldn't breathe without  shrieking like a goods engine. Kept-  tlu1 neighbor* nwuko all n\*i.t, Had to  give him notice."  "Bad  luck oh tho referee,*' com-  I meiited tht> P. T.  j    "I don't know," returned iN InnoV  lord.   "He got a good crib on a light-  J house.   On toatgy nights he puts In*  head out of Iho window and simply  I breathe*.    Noi������o  enough  U������  io������r*   a>  ! navy ott the rocks.   Soft job."  I .I.. ,. ���������,   ' Ont Wiy Out.  '    B*m* r+npi* ruguM /-.flgffiti meralf  M a flre ������!scuue.  ���������Hi s '!, i   .'  s"       '   *V  ''  , ',M*;: * X*1"',; ��������� "'T ^ ''^?'i  :��������� %���������  k.  < j " ' -1"   5 i  ,-   o '   *"���������  \    I  W ^'' .   ^  ii*  /   ���������  /  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  FROST & WOOD BINDER  Tho Time, Money and Grain Saver.  CRIGULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS  A CITY IN ANGUISH.  S3  An Illustration |  "Courage is often tlie result of ig-1  norance."  "How do you make that out?" j  "Why, do you suppose the mice the i  other night would have got your hair  arrangements on the door and torn  them to pieces if the mice had known  they were ruts?"���������Baltimore American.  Bright children usually outgrow  their brightness, thus becoming fitted  to fill tho role of parents ki their turn.  Better never to start at nil than to  go the wrong wuy of the track!  HIS OLD AGE MADE  FREE FROM SUFFERING  BY GIN PILLS  ANNAPOLIS, N. S.  "I nm over 80 years of age and  have been suffering with Kidney and  Bladder Trouble for fifteen years. I  took doctors' medicine but got no  help. 1 want to thank you for sending me the sample box of GIN  PILLS. ,  I have taken six boxes of GIN  PILLS altogether but got relief before  I had taken near thut amount. I had  to get up some nights every fifteen  minutes and had to use au instrument before I could urinate.  Now, I cnn lie in bed four or five  hours without getting up. I cun say  that GIN PILLS have nearly ,cured  me, ond I shall always keep a box in  the house."  W. H. PIERCE.  Do as Mr. Pierce did���������write us for  free sample box of GIN PILLS and  see for yourself just how much they  will do for you���������then buy the regular size hoxes at your dealer's���������50c,  or 6 for $2.50. GIN PILLS ure sold  with a positive guarantee of money  buck if they fail to give prompt relief. National Drug and Chemical  Co., Dept. N.U., Toronto. - 61  C> I.IV >  The original  din Pills made by  National Drug and  Chemical Co. of  Canada, Limited,  Toronto, are fold  - only-in- thiaboxr  NOVEL MARRIAGES.  English Couples Take Special Care to  Be Uniq.:e.  Americans have not' shown much  desire for uniqueness as regard to  equipages in, which they ride to get  married. Most everybody who has a  thought of getting married never  thinks of departing from the usual  cab or taxi and as a result all weddings, in this country are noted for a  certain sameness. The?, people of  "Merry England" ' have different  tastes in the matter and when it  conies to getting married they spend  a grpat deal of time devising _ somo  novel way in which to be carried to  the church. Speaking on ��������� the subject an English writer says:  A lire engine makes a very smart  turnout at a wedding. There is  nothing dull or commonplace about  a fire engine. It is always bright  and up to the mark, and ready for  action. Evidently this line of thought  occurred to a happy couple in Devonshire some time' ago, for the five  bridesmaids who were to support the  bride, at her nuptials' rode to the  church on the local fire engine, and  it was one of the best attended weddings in the annals of the-parish.  A circu3 equestrienne find a very  unique wedding in a continental  town'some time ngo. The man who  drives the team of 40 horsos was the  bridegroom, and lie drove his own  bride tb church behind his 40 steeds,  t'he bride herself being seated, dressed in all her splendid robes, on the  top of the triumphal car. Whether  their married life lias been as triumphal as their wedding procession  history does not relate, but we may  hope so.  Six artillery horses, driven by non-  commissioned officers in uniform,  formed a bridal team ot a Brighton  wedding and a very smart turnout it  was. It was not so commodious,  however, as the gayly decorated tram  car. with white-gloved driver and  conductor, which was the chosen  vehicle at another lady's wedding in  a Midland town. The bride, the  bridegroom, their respective fathers  and mothers, and all relatives and  guests Tode in their best attire both  inside and upon the outside of the  car, and thn whole made a very brave  show indeed.  Capable Womnn for Good Position.  Teacher or Nurse preferred.  VIAVI CO.,  Confederation    Life    Bldg., Toronto,  Write to us today for our choice  list of. Agents' Supplies. No . outlay  necessary. They are money makers,  Apply B. C. I. Co., Ltd., 228 Albert  St., Ottawa, Ont.  REST AID HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI.  ���������rH������������,WlN������lOW,i SOOTHINO BYKTtp hi)   bet!  ������������������ed (or over SIXTY YBARBby MIU.10NH ol  MOTHERS (or tlitir CHI1.DRKN WH't,!  TBKTH1NO. with PHRI'J'l SUCCKria It  SOOTHED the CHILD, SOFlttNH tlie QbUS  ALLAYS all PAIN CURES WIND COLIC, and  ll the belt remedy for UIARRHUJA, It tl *���������  ���������olutely harmless, lie sure aud ask (or "Ur*  Wlnilow's (toothing Syrup," md tike ma alku  kind.   Twenty-eve cent* ��������� bottle  1/  I/  INTERNATIONAL  Gall Cure  SOLD  ON A  SPOT  CASH  GUAR*  ANTEE  ���������URES While Horsey Work or Rest  International flail Our* la a oorUIn, aw,  Stilolt and Infallible aura for Galls, Horn Nnoki,  on Hanks,Horn Muuthi, (Mitt, llriilmid Huoli,  ������to. Will noli limit midillHttiiivefrom tha nit  mat haul, but iUyi right wheio It ti np-pll*tl,  Possesses ���������itrnordlnaryhtwllnsr and anothlw  qiulltltii, InUrnatlonal Oall Our* Is tht  olttntiMl, mtMt antlsoptlo, parent and heat Ottll  Our* on ths mnrkat, Wu will refund jroui  money If Itovor fells to ours. Keep n box on  band m It li almost * dally need on the form.  SBo. ind 50o.   M til dstlirt.  INTERNATIONAL 8T0CK FOOD C0.,LlmlUi  TORONTO. ONT.  A Betting Transaction.  Addressing a conference ol the National Association ,oi Hend Teachers,  at' Manchester, recently on "The  School and the Home," Kishop Well-  don, Demi of Manchester, said - it  sometimes' happened that the home  militated against school because of tha  ill-example set by the parents.  "1 remember," said Dean Welldon,  "writing to the father of a pupil of  mine���������a peer of the realm���������to tell  him that his son had opened an account of transactions with a betting  agent. He wrote back thanking me  for the information, but adding, '1  think I ought to tell you that 1 am  much worst? niyseif.' I bulieve that  statement wus strictly true,  "Every child deserved study and  care, us though there were no other  child in the world. If you go to  Stnitford-on-Avon and see the records  of Shakespeare's baptism, and the  cottage in which he sat with Ann  Hathaway, you will realize that gen-  jus is soinetning which (Joel has kept  in his own hinds, and you and 1 must  always be on the look out for genius."  "Knights of the Road."  Sir James 1J. Gibson, M.P., who has  been, unanimously eleoted president of  the United Kingdom Commercial  'Travelers' Association, adds one morn  to the long roll of legislators who,  prior to entering Parliament, wero  r'knights of the road," in a trading  sense.  Sir Georso While, M.P., confesses  that lie gained experience as a commercial traveler which has been ol in-  ofltimable value tn' him, while Sir  Robert Ropner, when M.'P. lor Stockton, owed much of the groat success  of hi a business career to tlio training  he went through ua "an ambassador  of commerce."  The tlrst great step in life that  Mellaril Cohdun obtained was when he  was promoted from clerk to coniinur-  olal traveler, and Mr, Joseph Nolan,  M.P., hiu been a coiiiinerciiil traveler.  WESTERN   HARVEST   PROBLEM  How to Supply the Pressing Needs of  the Gjrowing Western Country  Winnipeg.���������As the summer progresses und tho.wheat growth of the West  advances towards maturity thero  coines this year, us there comes most  years, an appeal for help iu the harvest fifclda; and the probability is that  even though Eastern Canada may  send out thousands of men and boys  to aid in the garnering of the grain,  tho West will, Oliver Twist-like, ask  for more,  This problem of how to supply tho  pressing needs of a new and rapidly  growing country for a few weeks (because that is all that the invitation  really means to Easterners) is one of  theso which can only be' solved by cooperation and looking irhead. t It' is  true that the Government, through its  immigration department is advertising  in thousands of newspapers throughout Great Britain, and the United  States that "the harvest is plenteous, but the laborers are few," and  that some relief can be gained in that  wuy; but the result would undoubtedly be much better if more dependence was to be had upon individual  effort.  Take the case of a man who goes" to  the Canadian West from old Canada  or from any of the Western or Central Stotos or from Great Britain.  He is a very unusual man, indeed, if  he does, not, "take up his pen in  hand," at somo period, of.his pioneering and write home to complain either  of his loneliness or of the weather or  of the gophers or of the'snow or of  the heat, or of any do?en other difficulties which pioneers have to overcome. He does so, as a matter of  course, not with any desire to 'knock'  the new country, hut animated hy  that human sentiment , which seeks  comfort in troubio and, failing Jto  find it in a new locality, looks for it  in the old home.  But when that same man has made  good, how often does he write home  Harry and Carrie  There was a young man named Harry;  Also a young lady named Carrie,  "I'd like to marry you,' said he.  "The like is mutual, sir," said she.  "But   am earning four dollars a duy  And hate to give up my job and pay."  "Don't," said she.   "The pay is fine.  "1'eurn but two.   I'll give up mine."  ���������Chicago News.  What the Motor Has Done for London  ���������Pandemonium  Re-born.  The London of to-day, complains a  Britisher of the samewhat old-fashioned, conservative type, is replete with  horrible sounds, bewildering and destructive of legitimate peace; the city  grows wilder and more chaotic every  year. Just imngine the Lo,ndon night-  of twelve years ago, with the easy  rhythm of the horse 'bus, the swing,  ing, half-silent dash of the brougham,  and the eternal tinkling melody ol the  hansom���������like a ,solo piping through  the whole opera; then think of the  shriek, and tootle of the London of  to-day. It is like a city in anguish, a  city racked and. torn by devouring'  pains which can find relief "only in  e roans and shrieks, in coughingsand  nelchings. The motor has altered the  tune of the music of Loudon, melody-  embroidered harmony no longer exists; the music of London is now a  modern tone-poem in which cacophony  plays the part oi melody. Perchance  one of these days we shall get used  to the new tune o( the metropolis, bdt  in the meantime it is very disconcerting.  Not so many years ago-the chief  way of getting lost in London was a  mere matter of geography; it was diffl-  KEEP YOUR ANIMALS THRIFTY  A good pasture will keep your animals thrifty hut dry feeds lack the  aromatic qualities necessary to the  thorough assimilation of food. Herbageum will economically replace  these aromatic qualities and ensure  results almost equal to those of a first-  class pasture. This preparation is  manufactured at Gait, Out., by the  Beaver Manufacturing Co., Limited,  and is endorsed by the. foremost  breeders nnd feeders of Canada. It  has stood the test of triol for nearly  cult to rind your bearing's in'the wild'  twenty-five  years  and  is  thoroughly  reliable.  Mrs. Baye���������"She is simply mad on  the subject of germs and sterilizes  everything in the house?"  "How does she got along with her  family?"  "Oh, even her relations are  strained."  KENDAl  SPAYI  CURE  "MAYS SAFE UNtt SlIRP  Icelandic River, M��������������������� tapi, ������6th 1910  Di.B.J.Krndali.Co,  Dear Din���������Will you pirn* mall lo  my .���������nurrM a copy of your "~  ������������  tho  1Tnrw"������   t  Dress and the Man.  Tho late Lord Noiieaiuflnld wim not  tho only Individual -vno ondeavonxl  to make IiIh llrst "splarge" in' tlm  world of inen by mourn" of a fanoy  waistcoat,' Theonile Guiltier was like*  wi.������,o 11 lover of eccentric oostuniQ.  His eriimon wiilntoont of the ilrM  performance of Victor Hugo's "Her-  noni," when nil a young man ho win  ono of tho leaders of the bund of  studentb who hud turned up in forco  to endure hy the tumtilninuB up-  nliuifio tho f-uoeeHs of tho piny- "You  booiirnn celebrated when vory young,''  nald Maximo du Camp to him in  Inter vetint. "Yen, when very yotinpt,"  j ho unsworod, "became of my wuut*  cout,"  Tr������ntUe  llB������',.    *h������Ml    1l������t,  Kmilflll'iflpuvln Cur* nml nl wny* found  U ������if������ nntl mre. Murtiiollrlein,  Tint tell* lite whole itory, end It li  lhe ������iperlenc������ that litindretli of (lion-  tawU Ititvt limi in lite j>*������no yean, ���������ml  It'* tliecipf rienct you will b������v������-"!i li  Hm only wre remedy"���������  For Spavin. Rlagbone, Carb, Spllal,  Swelling aad All Lammas  5UM t,f hniirtlilt��������� 11.00 * flnltl*, A  botllri for tJ<������. Ktrp It on hand  aiwayi. He ready for lhe emergracy.  KtaiUll'i itopi the pain, tiarti lhe  circulation, peaelratetaedrernovti the  <-aut* ot lh������ dlaorderi. A������k for a trtt  copy of "A, Trtatlu on the Hone." If  aotttdealtri.wHUlo- K  *A. I. i.aVLmmmU, C*- U**m*U*. tiOi. VL  Every packet of Wilson's Fly Pads  will kill more.flies than can possibly be caught on three hundred  sheets of sticky fly paper.  Doctor���������"Well, 1 hope you profiited  by my advice."  Patient���������"Yes, doctor, but not so  much as you did."���������Boston Transcript.  Rcadv-mnde Medicine.--Von need no  phvsieinn for nrdinarv il'i when yott have  nt, hand a bottle of Dr. Thoraan' Eclectric  Oil. For oouehB, colds, sore ���������hront,.  hronnhinl troubles, it is invalunblc, for  Ftcalds. hums, bruises, sprains it is unsurpassed, while for cuts, sor<������s. ulcers  and the Hko it is" on ltnquosMonnble heoj-  or." It  needs   no jAestimonlnt  other  thaTl  to tell of his fortune?   The habit of! I|JP, "������������������������������"? ���������J?"t"wU1 Batisfy anyono a8  writing home is much like the habit   "The greatest good to the greatest  number," is a mighty unsatisfactory  philosophy in minorities.  of taking the local newspaper from  home; it lasts n year or two or three,  and then it is dropped, because of the  new environment crowding out interest in the old. How much better both  for himself and the country Would it  be for such a man to write home, tell  the old folks at home of his good for-  -t unc-n nd- a sk-them -to-sond- n -brother,  a cousin or even only an old .schoolmate to help him gather the crops?  That would be a practical individual way of solving the harvest  problem, partially at least; it would  be good advertising for the West, because we all know that there is no advertisement so good as .a satisfied set-  tier; and it would create a new bond  of interest between the man in the  West and those left behind ot home.  And the most attractive feature nf  the suggestion (which comes from W.  T). Scott, the head of the immigration  branch) is that it is just the sort of  thing which will appeal to the sentiment of. thQ westerner ond is ot the  time reasonable in cost.-  Minard's Liniment. Co.,  Ltd.  Gentlemen���������In June, '98, I had my  bond and wrist bitten and badly  mangled by a vicious horse, J suf-  ~fnrert--greatlyfor-several-day9-nnd~the  tooth cuts refused to heal until your  agent save me a bottle of MINABD'S  LINIMENT, which I began using.  The effect was,magical; in five hours  the pain had ceased, and in two weeks  the wounds ��������� had completely henled  and my hand and arm were as well as  over.  Yours truly,  A. E. ROY,*  Carriage Maker.  St. Antoine, P. 0.  fWt corns otp filfllnnlt to orndicto, hut  Unllnwitv's Corn Curo will draw thorn out  painlessly.  Mrs. NoggH���������"I understand Mr.  Chinem is not on speaking terms with  his wife."  Noggs���������"Well, perhaps he isn't to  hla me. His wife may do all tho talking."   -  Mlnard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper.  She���������"Someone has said thot the  ocean never sleeps, but I'm sure'it  looks calm enough-now to be taking a  iiaii."  He���������"Yes, all except that/ part  astern; that's awake, you know."���������  Boston Transcript.  "The mon on the curb lias just  mode investments in inflated stock."  "How do you know thot?" "Don't  you seo he is selling toy balloons?"���������  Baltimore American.  T'i" chnnttP of diotnry Mint cowos with  twiner nnd sttnimnr has tho effect in weak  Rtomnoli^ of settlnir up inflammation re-  s"Uinu In dvsonterv and oholorn morbus.  The nhnormnl condition will eontlnue if  not attended to nnd will onuse on ex-  hni"*lv������t drnln on the syston'. The best,  nvnllnblo modMno l������ I>. >T. Tt. KMhwr's  T)vsontery Cordial, Tt (doors the stomaeh  nnd bowels of iTlttints, ooniiteraets thn  Inflammation and restores tho ortcuns to  healthy action. ;,  erness of streets;' and you' had to  learn very thoroughly, whether thr  omnibuses marked "Bank" were on'  their way backward or forward 'journeys; once that was accomplished,  halt the battle, that at least-pertaining . to tho main1- thoroughfares, was  won. Now thpre is a new terror for the  stranger in the traffic noises.  ln the old days tho traffic 'puzzled  you by its immensity; it sound was,  on the whole, . 11 rather pleasing  rhythm, inviting your confidence.  Ihat^sonorous old song of the streets  is gone for ever. Tho traffic; of London to-day roars and shrieks like a  wild beast show; the stranger in London stands aghast no longer at its  immensity, he stands aghast at its'  war-whoops and its mutterings; at the  infinite and appalling variety of its'  motor horns.. The invention of the.,  rubber type promised us comparative  quietness ih our sWets, and for a  while its use on horsV.-drawn vehicles  did actually reduce ihe clamor, of'the  traffic; but then came the motor, with  musketry rattle of machinery and its  pneumatic horns, and pandemonium-'  was re-born  the  TIRED IN BODY  AND IN MIND  Worn Out by the Monotonous Indoor  Lifo of Winter  Spring Finds the Blood Weak and the  System Run Down���������Vigor it  Restored by  Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food  Juut ut the time whan the buds are  bursting and the birds are chirping  merrily in the tree tops, ninny people  feel iiiost keenly the debilitating and  enervating effects of indoor winter  lift;.  Tho blood is ho thin -anti watery  that it fails to mipply nutrition lo the  norvotm system aiid to the vital or-  i/a  The Duke of Argyll's Wit.  To the writer Mr. j, Calvin Brown,  the presiding genius at Karl's Court  ii*run)lion, ToiaitHi wio ioUowing story  tho other day during tho course of  an interview. On ttio oponing day  of tho exhibition the Duke of Argyll-  asked Mr. Brown, who is an American, from what part of tho State*  lw came. "From Nebraska," replied  Mr. Brown. The duke thought for a  moment, and then replied, with u  smllf, "Oh, Nchrnaka: it I* fnmont  for its horitons, in it notf" Nebraska,  01 course, is one great plain. Mr.  Brown, by the way, was boin������ chaffed a short time ago about-being an  American. "That 1 was born in America," he said, "wu the fault of my  parent*; that I live in Knglnnrf i.i  my own fault."  11  condensed and  fid Ure-.!, v-enl: ...nd dt  enm-airetl, onorvy nntl nmbltlon are  lucking, and strange impressing feelings come over you.  Hut niittut- has provided certain  restoratives to ho used at this time of  year to form new, rich   hlood   and  meiits are found  eauily assimilated form in Dr. Chases  Nerve. Food,  Thousands of men and women havo  learned to csimpe this spring depression and weakness ami discourage,  ment by iisinur this great restorative.  Vitality is increased, strength and  confidence return, buoyancy is felt in  every movement, of lltt; body, pallor  and weakness nnd disease give place  to thi? glow of health and vigor of  mind ond lmily.  Dr. Chusp.'* Nerve. Food, the great  spring tonic and restorntlve. fcflc. n  l>ox, 6 for $2.50, ot^ nil dealers or  Ktlfnnn������t<������ii, Hute.-* k Cu., LimiUtl, Toronto.  Omar Revised  A flitch   of   ho con   underneath  bough v  With bacon at the present price and  .     thou '*  To shore my fortune in the wilder-  ness���������  Oh, wilderness were paradise enow!  The moving finger writes and, having  writ,  Moves on, nor all your piety nor wit  ' Shall lure it back to cancel half a  Uni'.'  The price of bacon's been advanced a  bit.  Alike for those who for today, prepare  And those that after some tomorrow  stare,  The bacon thnt in childhood's yours  they scorned  Costs'more per pound than they can  hope to spare,  ���������Chicago Ilocord.Herald,  Ktlwartl Fills, superintendent of the  Huffalo . park at Walnwrlght, states  that there ore 801) buffalo, 7 elk, l\h  deer and .'I antelope, a total of"806, in  the enclosure, During the year ,110  buffalo were ndded by iintural increase, and 7 died. There were  eighteen huiulred visitors to thfl'purk  lost year. At Klk Pork there ore-48  head, and ot Hfinff 24, making a total  number of bison in coptlvjty in Al-  bci'tu of 881.: .  '    "  Farmer���������"Do you want a job dig-  i������ln'(������ lV-itrtfftnnD"  Tired Tim���������"Yes, I do,   providing  it's digging them out ot" gravy,", ,  You will find relief in Zam-Buk I  It eases the burning, stinging  pain, stops bleeding and brings  ease. Perseverance, with Zam.  Buk, means cure: Why not prove  this?   ^ Druggist*and Bterts.m,  am Buk  yott aix 9ur>\r\En, 1  The "Wellington" Hat  for men.'. Cnnadian-madd.   Gu&t-'  oiiteed. best hut value' in Gunadtf.-  , All sizes and shapes in. soft) and-',  stiff felts.     Ask your Dealer, or.  write at once to      ' .    ,������,        ,",  CHAS.1 C.   PUNCfHARD jfc. pa,  Toronto, 6nt.  *  'xo.l.i    'l\  A New Zealand Bull.  Here is  a  good  story  told by Sir  Joseph Ward:  A few years ago. the Chinese in  New Zealand were found to be-doing-  a very great deal of the laundry work  available, ond had so thro-iyn. out of  employment the ��������� women-workers' in  "soni~eTof "iherlrfu n"d ri"e"3".~~~^~"~J"~~T~"r'f"  In New Zealand a , laundry is' a  factory within .the . meaning.:.of the  Factories Act, aiid numerous, restrictions for the purposes' of health anti  for other reasons are placed upon, the  hours during which young girls -under eighteen years.c' aue may be  employed. , Those provisions : are.  extensive, an.d are found ;in [the New  Zealand Factories Act.,    ' ,'  It occurred to a InW-moker that ho  could settle the: difficulty of this  Chinese competition by aneat amerid.  mont in tha interpretation clause. of  the Act above mentioned. Ah amend-'  ment was therefore drafted and  printed, and sent- with ',th'e "u'tiifo'st.  seriousness nnd good faith to. .the  Crown Low Office for consideration.  i! contained a provision* in .these  words: -   -    ;.-.������������������,  "For the purposes of this' Act (th������>  Factories Act) a Chinaman sholl   bo  deemed to bo a girl uniler eighteen'  yoars of ago."���������M.A:P.  Privileges of Hendon.  Ilondon, the haven ol flying men,  was noted for the facilities awarded its  inhabitants for traveling in the past.  Mr, Walter Jorrold, in "Highways and  Hyways in Middlesex," TopuUs the  good times enjoyed; by tho. ancient  ilcndonian, "Fdwdrd'tho Confessor  granted j an extrujord'inAry exception,  renewed by many "-succeeding* mon-  archs. In giving certain larids at Hen.  don to Westminster Abbey the.jKing,  'freed tho inhabitants from, all "tolls'  both bv land und water. The lust  ronewal of this great privilege was in  the filth your of William and Mary  and it 'freed the inhabitants from all  tolls in all fairs and markets, and  ���������from all street tolU and every'other  toll whatever in every fair and avury  market, and overy bridge, and every  ..way by water and also by soa, for  themselves and tholr wares for over',''  V ,  ,., 11,   '���������,'���������   ' '  Making Themttlvei Known.  "Persons who oxpoct to receive  money orders In a, strango town taku  Inftnlte precautions to identify them-  telves," said a Postal clork, "One  way that partlcuiaVly dbmnrtendi itself in for tho struiifler to call on tha  paying .toiler In tho.lnoney ordor department beforo hi������ own ordor arrives  and preiont n bunch of corroipon-  donoe showing pretty clearly who ho  is, He. then explains that he is ex*  pectlrig a money prdor from a certain  person, Can the clerk remomobor him  when 'ho prosehts it for payment? Af������  tor that impressive. Introduction tho  clork usuollycan romombor, and whon  tha order ia presented ho cashes it."  higtu in iin* Gwini,  Mr*. iS'ewtfoui���������My daughter haa ������  chaporon now,  Mrs. Shoddio���������Dour tns, that'a too  bad I Why, it's only last wook that  she had a boil on tho back of hor  neck. Hhe soemi to have- everything  thero is agoing.���������Kondon Jelegrupn.  A Famous Actort   ,  "What makes you think you onti  actC" askod tlio manager to the stage  struck applicant.  "Burglars onmo into my room last'  night," rupliiid the young man. "I  protended to bo asleep and deceived  them utterly.   "���������Ttjar.-iun's. Weekly.  A Ctntmarlsn Family.  Mrs. Magduluuti Trou*.lu|e, widow nl  tha lata John Thoimlale, died at Sydenham, ag.ul 102 years, recontly. Tha  deceased'* mother at tho timo ot her  j daath wa* alto llM yuur* uld.  Good Looks  should bo a sonrco of prido to" jovt.'  ballow skin, ' pimples, blotches and .  eruptions call for Immediate nt^entjon. '  It should be your aim. to get. rid of  tDei>t; disfiguring signs of impure blood  ��������� quickly, certainly, inexpensively,  ' No outward application will purify  your b.dod.'  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  !toIp..,,n>attjrally   from   within..: They*  cletjnse the. syj^etu and   enable  votxt  stomach, liver 'nnd bowels, to work a*  ��������� Nature intended. ���������' "'��������� A-  ���������"Try ���������'aA'few, ��������� closes'  and '��������� seo   htfTT"'  qitick'ly you will bo: rid of lnrpuritl*s<  nnd how your blood and  your Iqoka  ���������will be benefited.    Thoroughly^ tried  and prored good this family rettedy i������,  The Best of  Beauty's Aids  For females. Dcectmm'it Mils nre upeclallf  im j Utile. Site instructions with'eabh boti  ��������� 6oljI Kv������rv*o������t������.   - ' Iii boi������s:43C  tf-i /,  II'V'-V.  "��������������� ������������������.'���������/���������***���������. I  ��������� -J- tx.  I...-.X r  ..>:*i'V  fishr j'  Force of. Habit'.        .;_.  "Your-, meringues," says the mis-  ���������trcn-8,-."arc so delightfully frothy..and  light. How in the world do you' get  them that wiiy?"  "It's the iifew butler,'. mi.m," explains the- cook.. "He^used ,to be .������  barber, mum*."'- ' '  ������������������i     ;/!���������  Minard's Liniment Otkres Colds, Etc.  '���������' Air .English oviator keeps'his feet  warm, while flying by an ingenious 'arrangement, of pipes' from the' engine  and radiator.  If a young mon hasn't the cheek to  kiss a"pretty widow, she 'may .be, willing to furnish it.  . ji-  .���������������-., ...-: ������'|  h.   ���������;.'���������  1 t.i ',  ,  '������������������'.'-.;.���������/ -  One says,'"I haveGreat Faith'- In,  Cuticura Remedies," Anotherr  V Thoy Always Bring Results." ,  ��������� > -' -  "I wish to let you know of a couple Ot  rrcciil RiirttH which 1 havo mmlo by tho un������  ot tliu Cuticura Kurnetlli'8.   I.a.u AtiRttst, Mr,,  ��������� of UiIh city ctiine to my olllcn, troubled.  with a dcviTo Hkln eruption. Al Una 1 could!  not tiiiilcri,lund tlio naturn of tha case. I  linully trawl It to htt occupation, aa lie was a  pnltitor nntl -decorator, It wits iliTiiiulUliti lit  lfi worst form. It * hi rial, with a slip it eruption mul would iltfrt intint purlN of lib hotly-���������  thliih.i, i'lhow* t'hi'ht, Illicit ami abdomen-���������  nnd wuiilu ttmtilitittit In ll������|i< pu>itiili.'N. Th������  JlfhltiiT and hiiralnu win tlrpudftil nntl Int.  would f.liitftr.t ii-iii lilt tthln apart, tryiitit to  cut ti'llif, I rt't'iiiiuiii'iiili;i|,ull llio viirloui  licatinciil.H I tdiilil ililuk of und Im i|wn;  11 html llfti'oii tlnllari on |iri-������i-rl|������lloilt \111t,  liotlilnit w't'tiicd tn ImIii lilm. ,      .  "In tlm uif������nij|ii������, my wlfo who won coo-  tliuiiilly MilTfrlnu wllh a t-IJ'iht hkln trouhli  nnd who hail ht't'ii tryliiii /.ITcrrnt prt-Ncrliv-  (limit itnd niflliDilH .wlili my iisN|i>tiiiit>i>, told  nut nIio was KdiinrtirKfl koiiw of Hut 1,'iiilcariV  Hfiiifdli'M, Hut ax J. 11I1I not know much ulioti)  Cutleiirtv ������t tlmt Hint' I wuk doubtful whclhnr  It would help lt"r��������� llt������r skin would thlrkcn,  l>h������ak ui������l UU'iS, I'Nfwrlally on tint llnners,  Wrlnit uud tiriiu, I tonld do iiothinir'to n*<  llavo Imr rtcritiiiMPiitly, Wltt'ii nlm Ulrttt iu>������ ,  pllcil tltfi wuini Imths of (hilktira *Huap und  npltlloittlniit of (JtitJi'tirti Olnltiifiit'sliit miw  a tk'clilwl littriroviMiit'iit nnd hi a few day*  coinmi'iidlrm Iho t'nt;<  ������h������ w't.i coiniilcti'l.v eiirt'il',  ''I loot no tlin.it in tM-oiiimondlrm 1  cura HMtt'-iJlM to Mr, , mul this wu.i  two tnwrlhi itirn,' I lnld,hlm lo wjtsh wllh  .tvarm lutlhi of tho ('ulk'iirii 8oup und'U  Kpnlv lh������ Ciitlciini Olnlini'iit jii-iifTOii.tly.  rifllitvo inr. froin thn vt������iy llrsl dny ������ wn ol tlm  UuHcura Hi'iut.'dli'S Iin was irrcutlv rHIevi'it  Allli   U������>tiit>   itr   i,   ui,ii|ii<i'l|    .,,,,..   u,.o���������4..  tholr hho.   I Inivf Kri'ht fmllh In ttn������ (httloiirti  lil'Uli'llU'.l -Ul'l  MI'Hl i'i".')' Illlll' ,������ t'1,1,1  11,11,1  lor Ihoiit now thut I nnt rnnvlinrd nf tholr  wonder fnl merit"," (Hlwni-d) < It, I., Wltlti*������  lt>>ai| Ml)., ION Darlmotilfi .St.. Iloslon,  Mass,, July -.���������*.', 1010. -  Si lliotitili In t'oiilirmallou of lids moot  rnnvlHflmt (.uti'iiiwit, (I, M. l-'lnh������r, MM..  Illtr I'ool, Mil., wrllfi: "Mv fniv witn'nlllli-t������l  witn i-r/.t-in 1 in tint >i-ar ifMi, 1 iim'ii ttio  (Jtlllriira Hi'iiu-dliit nntl. was fitliroly ttiro-t,  lain a prartl<>|tii( phyih-i'tii and very tti'tnn  ;-'pri������srrlbo t'tiHrurnJ llfinwll������s In 'raw* ��������� of  ft7.riua, and they linvn I'tirod wlir-r** othfr  formulas havo fulled. 1 nm tint In tin1 habit  of ondomlnir palHtt ttirdlclni-s, but whon 1  find rontodlos ptts*rKsltt������ trim inorlt, stifli w  tho (.'tilimira ��������� Homodli-s tio, | (tin liroitl*  minded oiioiikIi to itriKUlm tholr virltirs to  tlio world. I bavt! U'-i tt |if.tiitrinit nifdii Iim  for twoitty ypars, and mmt nay I Iind your  ItomodfoH A No. t. I t-till Ilnd tbo (;������|{i-nrt������  iUtui-dti-* as iiumt *������ <:Vit, lliuy u'^iys  litlnir (osiilu."  Ciitltiira Itoinodlo* aro noli! by druitRbts  omywhofo,   Potior Urtif A Chom. ft  r<>������p���������    r Urn. , .  Solo Props,, Uit'>tnn, stuss. Hailoii fro������% on  roqtiost (atokt :i2-pni(i> Cttllrtira Ituok. outh*  wtnfv utatmenl of tkin dltKuuni,  W. N. U., NO. 858. T|b uumberlaud Hews   \
issued Every   Tuesday by  the
Conpox   &   Cumberland
Pqfelishiqg   Company.
This paper will not hold itself
rospttti&ihta for thu opini^i^of oth-
^rsrs^s may sippoar in its columns
from; time to timo.
fcj.P]"��v' .*   '^,i'mi.':.i,'...i. .".'T"fw�� .'''.."ir^KTr^ri.'T"'"'
^II^SPAV,   p.tobpr   3,11)11,
NOTICE is hereby K^��n th^t SO dny.
aftur tktf I intottil to apply to tho li u,
Minta^pi- ot Lauds tor a liofeuse to prospect
for i-od and petroleum under thi foreshore
and ouder th�� wnter on the luude in Mid
opposite tha following ���ta'triljed laud* mix,
steiu Iluport Disiriut:���-CoinmoiicinK *tu
Wjjk planud on the ten beach at high wa or
uiaifc a^tlioinUtS'ctiou ofT-c tons 12 a-.d
13, Twrwhip 2, lfttrt McNeill, Ruport. ftj��
trlott moo* north GO ohains, thenoe wfnt
80 canon, thence eonth Go ehuina, more
pr lew to bluh water mirk on smith side at
Part MoNeil) Harbor; thence westerly
along shore to place of commencement.
GkokueM. Gibiw,
E. l'rleat, ��i,'*ut.
Dated thia 1st day of 8��ptombi-r, lUU.
THE   WEW.*,   OUM��EHtAN^nt]m||^^M^L
,i     ii.   ,,i     n      an*nar*tm*Mmm-i i ���   * ��� s^*"M,**lic*yB^^IIj- ^^��� ^'VyjiV1"   *" S."   "IK?***" ~"^J"^"*. ������
Np l'(UK ia hereby given' tlj^t 30 dayB
after ditto" I intend to apply to the Hoti
^liuiater of Laudator a lioeimo to yroapeot
for co;d ntpl i.etrolcum under tbo foreshore
nnd un^ftr the water on the lauds iu and
oppoaitp tbp fuljowiug dexcribod lands situ
ate jn Rupert |)ia^ript,|���Coui|r��enti g nt a
put |,)lnutwl qu the j^t'i }^ac^ ^t high wat- r
|��arka��the intameation of Soqti^a Iti and
i'i To��iwhip'2,'?or| UclJeiilj fiuifri t)U
irict; theuce north 80 chsins. tbouce west
JJOcOatyii, thei)<;e aput(i Otjchilu^ more Or
];rw to hiitb wator rantk on south qjife pf
?ort MoNeill fjarboij: tjicuoe eagerly
blp.g ajjore Una to pltyue of iMiim utp:i,��ti*.
il auu Janj*: T'kiksi*,
E, Prteit, agent.*
pa'.ipd thj. 1st day of September,   1911.
^f���������  '    ���     ���H.iyWKIWW ������ ni��l .1     ���    ���! I I       I     .     ���
"NOl'iOB U hereby given .|hai; 30 tyjys
Gftt-r duitt I intepd to upply to the ijou
Minister of Lands lor a lioeuse to pr<��pei-t
fof fluatl ��.U'l|petroleuni under the foreshore
put) under tbe water on tho lands in and
nppoute the following d s-rilied l��ndt at -
aate in the Prince Rupert District:���Commencing at a postpluited on the aea lu-ach
at hi^h ua'.er mark at the intersectim of
|!leill ttupert Di-trict'; th:��ce notth 8t|
qhains, thence east 80 chains, thenco south
73 chains more or l^s* to high water mark
on gontlt side of Port McNeil Harbor,
^hetjue wenuly along.ajiof^ line to place of
f) luimeaoament.    |Rov Pituwr,
K. Piioat, agei.t
D.tod this 1st day of JSep enibor; IS) 11.
]��IOTl��)E ia hereby nivon ihat 30 dny,
(ift-r tiato I intend to apply to the llpnou'i-
able tbe Miui&tar of Lands tor a licuuee to
prosyei-t for coal and peir'jleutn under the
foreshore and under the \����i er nn tlm l.��nd)|
in and opposite the fidlowinx ile.eriU'd
jands ittuute iu Huptrt Dtstria1 j���<J..m-
m��ticin| at a poit plantt-d ou the aia bea- h
ftt bijfh witter m-M'k'at th�� ii,t-T��ouiiun of
fW.iunjj Ua*id 16 ;'rowiit||jjp 2, Port Mo-
Nu;ll llipert District: tlmnot) north 55
jjhaitis itv'ro or 1xh�� to hi��h walor nmrk on
tne north sitlit ru Pore .McNeill lUrlior;
tlitt'.to lollojying the sea boitelt at high
^fpr mjulf %roun|] ll)e ||iatl of il>o llarbur
to p|��ca ijt uommi)iiceiiiu|it,'
IJ. I'nts:, sroiiI,
l)*Ui( tli. 1st day of SuiJ'.fmbor, IUII.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to tbs
underkiffttpd, tna ��n- o sftl ''Tender
for Wharf at Surf Inlot. ll.C," will here
oeiveS at this ii.ffioti until, 4.00 P.M., on
Tues-ljiy; gept^imV.y-f Jfj 1^11 for tho j^n.
8ttnotion of a Pdo Whn.f'at Snrf Inlet,
rrincess Royal lalaud. Const 1 Mi io*, B.P.
PlHl*',"speuifiyi.tipi�� ?)id f r>n off cou-
traet can 1>V seen and f iriitB of tentlOic t>b-
laiuii^a'j, tjjta l>epj tpip��|t. at^d at tbo wm J
cca of G. A. letter, E^��� Dstri^ lttuKii.-|
et-r, "Ni-'MC \V��ati!iiusor,li p , and on v��,.l -
uatit'ii to the ftosttiifitor at Priuce Ku;.��rt
.ud Vio'oris, B.t\
, Pomona tentleiing ar* nq ifled |l<at t��nd-
>rs will 'ni-f b(> CvHiaitleree pnleas made on
the printed forma  jfjpijlio'd^ and   ru ^tl
tth tkeir actual si|{i.at una, i,tU,iu�� tltir
i;qti| utious and pltces vf 'OS' e 0<t. Ib
the ca��u ot hin&, the actual ��mttaiurt', the
imfttrq of the opoupitittn, and pi him f
rcBidenoe ol tuuli tu��iniber of the fit m DOUdt
be i{iv��o.
En h ttaitlar must be ��oo mpauied by am
aoc��-|.-^tt ch"t]'.ie ou a t-bsrter(;|f basing, pay
able io tho ot-d, r of tbe Houi.ur title the
iliittbttir of l'ulibo VV< rks, etjuul o �� u per
cent (10 | .c.) of tb) utuouut if t'Uilei,
�� h ch willJbe^fprfoit�� d if tt^e pej-to^ "tff'i��p
eiing ;tt:')liuo t-t enter into u coithiigi nlieti
culled upou 1.0 do.bo, (��r futl to coini..lt.t
the coutract, If the teudur bo iot aco-p������
��d tl,o oheijuo will bo rbtumtd.
Tue Doptitititu d es uot bind v.s<.U lo
uow.pt the Lv^oh^oj; any ti'Mdei'.    s
liy order,
'... K '.G. DESltOUHKltS,
". ('-tutelary:
l)t partmtnt ��j| PuUio Wot ka,
O.Uwa, Augu-.t 28 1911.
Kewnpupers will not be p.i>l tor tbis-ivl
yortjavinont it' t.tey insert it vniilii.ui aiiih
o ity fuiii tle Deuattinent,
NOTICE i- hereby giveu tuHt on the
first day of December luxt applicat] n will
bo uiudn t*( the Sa^oriutia.do.tt of Provin ;
eml Police, Viooria, forthe renewal of thi'
ho.i-1 lic.n.e to sell liquors by rtt.nl iu the
hotel kuown aa the IfeifOu |,^el, eitnated
ut'linibu liay, B.C. Fuaskr & Bishop.
Dated Ov-tot'.er 3id,-1911*..
NOTICE is (jereby Kivn tht ou the
tit-ttt day ot l)> ceutbef next appbeatlou will
be static to the Superintendent of Provincial
PoliiM1. Victoria for the reuewal uf the ho
tt-1 licettsc to sell liquors by retail in the
hotel knewuasthe Ltiverside htt'vel, aituatttl
at Courtenay, B,p. ft; H. ji'KpiNiiu.
j^.ted October 3, 1^1 j.
" NOTICE s"i< heieity giym t^at'.at the
ne^t tiiei-tjnR't. i\t t^o llourtl of;' Lict'n.c
Comiiiif<BJon��'i-B pf tl^o City of Ouinbr-
Unl, I ii;tepd to apply fn|- a '.pi.sti.rt
thp \yt)oW:8..je liquor license bc|tl y m
ou lot i. bltipk ^. to blopk 15, lot 0, I uu-
bnrlBi.d Towna-'-e.
l>at.-d thia 9th day of jVukubi, 1010/
NOTICE ia hereby Riven that on lie
lint d��y of Dccouubtr next applioali'inwi.i
be ra do to'tbo Stipermten lent if Provi'i-
oiiil WlitSm, ��� Vkitorfu, tor, tho rppew,|l of t.h ���
hotel lioO'Wto H.-ll liq'u r-t by rpuilin tin-
.;hoti:l lent wn |is,tbft Wibon liott), np,uatotl
at Union liny, b.0,    Jons Hum^ii^y, Jn.
Da-t'd Oob'bn a, lOl
NOTICK is hereby ^ivenJIihfit 30days
fitter tl itc I intend in apply to the Honor
fiblc Mini>ter of Lands 'for n lii.eiise to
prospect for coal and petroleum t|nder
jhe foreshore .ind tinder ihe wnter on thp
|:tptlK in nntl opposite the following tics
^rilis;! liui(l| simple in'Rupert IVstrjci:���
fjqiiimctir.iiix i|t n post plained on the
(,t;( )jeaf:h i}lhi|{|) waier murk at thj? in-
lerst.'ciitin nf Sec|lons 13 aiid i*(, Town-
ship 3, l!<>rt McNeill |,Uipert Disjiict;
{hence north ��iH:h,'|ins. ihenre vyest in
f luins more or jt.-sito li|^li w liter ni.iil;
fin Lt'ilKC I'tJ'Pti ihence wi--jiei-|^ iijonn
s||ore line tu jniprsecii'iii of Sections 2.)
iinn |,i, Townsliip ^. llieiice souilimly
fj8 'haiiH ni'ire or lt'r,** i<> hiwh wateriiiatk
on mi.all niili-j nf I'ort V.rNrjII Harborj
\\mux enfrjj'i'ly .}!��n��{ shore line to pnini
nf {:oi��iiifiiicenfe|^. JC PiqKST.
Ijaief; this (st day nf Hepieiiiber, 1911.
NOTIOB I. hereby ��ivon that pit the
Iji'tit t|.y ol Uoooiuhrruuxt app: Oitfj ti will
b�� matin f;t�� \.\yt Sune|'ii.f^iitloiit of F't'ti-
vino'iil Policy 'Viii nnil, f. I' 11 rin.ewul of
tho li-t.i HuotiKe toHi>|l liq tors by retail
in the hotol known im tho 1C1U hotel, situ-
ututl ut Com x, IU),      John Martix,
"NOTICE is hfrel^y |tiv��iVtl|i!t ,r>d,��ys
f(fp:i- i|'ito I |p|Riid trwipply 10 lhe Honor
(tb)c iNf iii!sli��r of Ivitids I'm' I. licon��e lo
proppfici fofcci! -tiiil p''ir(i|etir,i underdij:
fit'i'sliiti-e.  .111,1   prim:,    Hip ttumi Mil Hie
(illlll-   III .IHU 0|nJ 'V'c   *'M-   ''l|ll'.MUH   tic-
((i'br-d 1,1-hIs 'iiiinif in Rupert l)i.itrict:
������(. .'-i-"iiMioii>(f  .u it ptist planteii on ihe
��m l>e��rh tn if ,li wi ler mark ut the ip-
ICIaVI.UOO III S��'V-.iOOt>  *4   ,\f<.   I J,      l>)Ml;
ship, 1_, I'tin McNeill Rupert District;
^ici^ce."��iirth 55 o\\,\i\\^ \\\<i\m or Ibhh to
ipgh wafflr mark on tV,e rnir.li side of I'tift
iy^y,**fr**H Ijnibor; iiieni.e c.Hterly idling
fjiofc line to inii,r>e.ctii)i�� nf Sections 33
and 24 Tou*u>.hip 2, (hencesniiiherly 0!i
fb tin* nioj-e or less to liiyh w.itci m.tile
^n sokilh jjV.prp nf H'ort McNeill Harbor;
^heijcc weiterly aloi^ %\\n\f l|i��"* to point
(if (omittMiic'eiiifnt. ^oi \"#(iA. I.aikd.
B. i'rie*t, j^em.
|44^��(| |1-(t*> im day o( Stp.icmWii pjii.
An Ac! in the   Nkvvs
1 *
NOTICK in lifrpby given ihat on Ibv
flrut day of Dnu^iaburnvxt applUullou will
bo undo to the Superintendent of L'mviii-
ciul Pollio Victoria, for a renewal of tin-
hotel llooii.ui to anil liqiinrH hy retail in
the hotel liuiMniiH tho Willotva llool al ���
iniliM  ktCainphidl It vor, ll- C.
D��U(1 October 3, Ml,
NOliOK U h rely ti 011 till <m   the
flint day of l>' 0 in'iinr it xr appliuiition wil
he miiilo to Mio .SiipoiituoMiluiit if I'r. viu-
dial Polio- f, r tne reiiewal nf the hoitl li-
0 iiito t> n'.|l litpi.ru hy retail in tlm h.itei
known iih Uiu iVoudliiiH Supping I'laoti,
mtiiil uiit Oytttur Ulvur, in tliu prnvinuo of
HriIdi Columbia. Ahmik WopuilUN,
l���� ed Ootoljut I], 1U1I.
NoI'lOK ia hi'ioby wivtiu that-uu thu
lii't diy ul Dut'uiiihor noxtnppliuitlloMjnill
he Hilidti to lhe 8up0 lllUiudunt ot l'roviu-
t'i'tl I'nJIef,  vit'tt"i', f"f it r 11."' til of the
It -tio It."ttHit t.i Roll  Ihu rh by tuliitl   (tt
l|o h-itul k oiwti iu thy Union hotel, ��lt-
untu nl Uiiim, 11 <'.    SamumiU, Davim.
Ibttid the Hid day of October, 1011
lira day ��� f ^��iii-i|tlwr uext npi'liu tlni will
he iiiiilu 11 to tbo ilinjt riiitouloiit of I'r..-
viiieuil I'olieu, v iotoiia^for �� leuewl ��f
iho hotol ImitiiHi) to 'oil li'iuoiH by iota I
lu the hotel known an the tJmutrtiay hotel
��� itaittct itt C uttiitay, K.(J,
1 luted October,}, IUI I.
and Ul'^'AIRING.
l^cidleM* Work
�� Specialty*
Diatriot of Huy ward,
TAKK not uu thu1. (leoruo Lelcimtor R'-
ttiitUjt 11, of Vinciiiivii', R.O., ini'ohanio.
(nti ntla t�� apply for pi riiiU��iiin toj tirobai'
thefillo*iiin deHuribeil linidti:���
, l'inniiiici -i* at (i pout planted at the
Knuthwortt ooruttr uf lot (i52| thutiue norlh
KO eliaiiiH. tlii-iu'it went 7A 1 hiliuH, thonoo
uoiitli HU uhuiuii, t lumen cant 75 chaini*, t"
point of coiiini'ti.otiiititiit, fioittaililiiK 0(10
aorcH, nut 0 o-Ichh, ^ ,.   'I       .(l
111.uu.,r, l,l.i(.(..\(f.u  i.j^l.V'Mi.',
Unb.Tt, Ilo .tv (V,,o,iinn,, n(ft>nt.
Ihtfoil Mitroli 1lr.li  Hill
maaamaa*maa*aa*aama*ssam. ���^w^ii*iHMniii wmw amaamamtammm a~mm*am^am^*mm
Ciiiiil��urliiii(l & lliiiup. Wiitpr
Worb" (V,   J.td.
Kn^linli (\rot^itrt*., 17 ninl \U,
���lcHJiv (:otiti|iii<Mi�� ('"J^'Vutciit mi
far nt. Uuai'i(, Uv-tj^vui'i ami Mttivll
ri'iiiinit'i'aiion, I', (). Mox HuS
NiiimiiiiOj JJ, C,
Spi'inkliitfr will 1j�� nlln^cd
(inly two niylita a wcuk, iiiiiuo]y
V tn it o'clock in tlio <'vonii!f>\
Luaky tii[n* niiiat bu a.ttMiJml t��
\\\ onco,
Any tiluui^'H or lultliliuns lo c^-
inline piping utiittt bo miuciioii^l
liy tlio i:oinpnny.
|ly or<ltT.
l��� AV. NUNNH. .S'croiiiry.
COALED TKN'pKIW athlrttKited tn t|JH
p^, iimbir.ig'ioil, nnil eutloi ml "Tniili'i
for VV(|ailand iwo ApiiMichuH lit I'll uti
Ktipirt, b.t, will bo rt'tit'ivoil j| 'fid 4.1KI
P.M.,on Monday, aoptuinbur '.'(j, \iH\, I t
the 0. imtriiotniii ot a Wluuf nntl two
A|��pro.iuhuu at I'riiiue Uiiituit, (^inirantiiio
St '.,i..u, Di��f y Uhtii'l, ll.O.
PiiuiH, Hptujiiioitlion ami f.>rin of 0011-
tr.ut oun bu eitu and ttiruntif toii'lu. 0 >
l illlll lit tll.H D��|J.l|tlll|lut nnd lit t'JU Oil);
ceuol tl, A. Kttifer, Kai|,   lb,iuit:L Ku^i. ��
our, Hu* We toil iNttr, ll.C, ami ill npcl
eat on to tin- PomiutiaiurH ut. I'rjnui Uup. t|
'���ml V'ootii  RO.
I'l'iHtiiiHtO'iiIti Iin; littiiotilleil thu'- tfixl
ri'H will no Im miiieiilt)ii<d uiiluu miulu un
lht< pritttoil to mn nil|iplii<i,,; at'tl HiKtkd
with".ihi'ir iciunl igiiiiuiriH', Hint uu thmi
0 uupuiii'iit) mul piiiuoit 01 ri^l i.'i.oit. In
the (MM) of Iiini", th uu uni Mj{nat.iii'��', tlm
iiitluio of the 1 .uuupitu <n nnd plnoitof rt'iii-
lit),00 nf oauh liieiiili-l' of tbo lilm ion t bu
KuUli.temb r mil t bo hco.'inpanioil by un
uticuploil ol cijiiu uu a uh.1 ion tl bunk, iiu>��
illilu to tlm order ol tue lloimuralilu thu
Mi .inter of L'ub iu \V -rk", oipiu.l u> tut p.r
.out, III! \).i'.) 1 f tint ulttiniiit of tiltl ti-liilnl',
whloh Will im forluioil it il\i! intiHtui Uiuit-
oriitw iluil no to tii.tur iiiiiiiiionlr.'tJtwliitii
vul ed up. 11 to do -o, oi' f .il to uoinplulij
the Mora 0 11 ruoitui lor, If tne Lo. dor <���
nut n-t'opted dieoieipiu will bu itttuint'tl,
'Vhv Mt.-oiir-'ii.t'itr rhn.11 tint liln.l  i milt lit
iitutipt the lownf t ur any toudn.
liy or ior,
Ster t,��y.
Ih iiiirtlimiit ol I'tibho Wt rkn,
nt hip, Awrtt'Ht l����i. ion.
IMrt'.rict of Say wit nl.
TAKI. N0T1CB i|pf, Willinni
Pu|'Jwfl|. of liiniuk, Qui.,  itiininii
mnn, intonriti to apply for piMiniri
Hiou to purcliiini thp follmviiiK flo-
scr.^oil litittU;-��� Coiiiniio'noini? nt a
punt pli'iited at the norilnvt^t ifiriii'r
of r(ot '|00, Unrrinyfon   Hav,   Say*
wai'd District, lln'iiou't'ollowinn 11n*
nnril) lioniitlnry nf nt VjpO cntpt ly
for   '(0   cliniiiB.   thonco  north  <!()
(ilinll'ip, ilioiitut w(wt iu tlmhIiomi lino
ilipnoo FonilittOHliily und lo'lowinii
il pi>|iofu iiiio 10 tlio point of '.'otn
n.oMcenifttt, t'onlaiiiin^lcHH ilian 80
HOW. Wll.blAM  tA|,p\VKbl���
���Ino, Miiiitoii.anoiit
"Dntipil Fell. 28th, ljlll,
������-'' ���'���''��� "���''b.ntrtptot y->��vardf   -      '-,..'������"*
TAKR NOTIt;^ that Arthur.'ttowln^ .
H��i-t, of v'tmootiver, B.C., tfjumpor; im---t>,>
i itomlH to upply for pertniHuion to purohiuo
tint f 'llowinu detii'iib d iiiuin;���i"omniuiid:'}
iug 111 a pi>4 planted at tlm mi iitlitiuht corner of lot 010, on thn north  bou.ulary qj
Iii,r)-I7i,tli0ii0i) i|iirlih���'^(),..,ehitlii8,   tin-pop
iniit 71 eli.Vir'R: thciioi  Boiith HO ohuiim,
tlw 0 Iweat 7f) uluiiiiM to p "Hit of omiiuimtuo
inuiit, omi'Klaii'K UOO iKiren, nioru or li'Htt,
Airriioit Howwnu Hunt, ,        ��
Holturt lloury Clii'btnut nyettt.
Dated Maron 7th, 1��U.
TAKI! nt.tiop that Sliliiey IJp^mnnn, of
/Biiioitvnr, 11 i'��� nDihiuiiii, inlemli to
apply for penniuHimi tipuroliiiHu I lip fol*
lovviiiB ilororibml Iiiiu'h: -
Oi'iiiiimntilng at 11 pout pill' tt-il at tho
Bouth�� opt ooriii'i' of lot f)52| ihmiou ��i'\||li
00 c'-i.i..-, tl;..* ^ iu {.'JO ��.-.h:t'.��-. tlt'rtpc
north r\i\ t-hnhtf, lltiMtcn ivu'-t, Hft chii'i^, t, ���
(jliifio if onumcncimuiiit uoiiiiiiniau (UO
aoroH, iiioro or lem.
Siunkv I1k,Wani
Uobitri. Henry OaonMint, n��o ?,.
U Urn Miirmi wu, iiiit
mmmfm-fff- ���
District of Saywa'il.
TAtyK notino tlmt Namilto   ^opoplt, of
VaiipoiiYPr,   H, C. >S| umliir, Jnl^iiila io
i��ppiy for ticrmliwl 11 b�� imrohiiHO tho W-
WiHBpipum ��ill not he |uul for tlii ml; Uiwinu tleaoribid 'midx;
luiti.uttiuu it limy iii win witliiiul authority In in thi- D p r meut. ,
,~mmm~f mmmmmm^;'"���������� m^m mmmmmmm-mm
IV    you    WANT    GOOD
Coiuiu ncing^tf i^'ift 1'1'iptpd nt th��'
S'.tillifnht, ooiiit)i'i/f^tW7i th��ucf, Qflidh
8ilcii��in��, tt.oroa",�������' AO ehalnn, tbenoe
ninth 80 tlmtlH, tlwilCo W0�� m illll.lnH
j,i tho pilot of ciiiimvmcaoioi t, o.ii4ilii-
tun tJ-KI nolo* mom or |pta.
Holmrt llHi��y Oln��tn tt. ��ff(jiit.
Datod Uiuob ]lhj 1^1.
DlMtrlotof H-'iywanl,
TAKM NOIIuH UnitS1.n1.1'llli'iifiniiiii,
of Vanooiivcr, H,1',, m'dlinr.Ut, iuti'iiilM to,
apply lor n- mi Hlnn o pinuliiiHe iho (nl
lotii ^dt'HO ibal liiiiil:--toinimiiuii!nuti^
p' at P'li'i'u-l at tho Houth M'i-t cornor of lot
flflOi {lioncoeiHt ItlOith'inH, thoioo hiu h
'IP phiihiH, thenue wo-t 75 ubuii 8 (more or.
tUH.jJtliiupo u..r h 5 (rutins, thonett wtHt;
Sft nhnipx, tl'iOi'O'i 1 orih 3ft ohalna 10 poUt,
of (|'iiiiin(tn|vpiuul, ooiitaiuitiK 600 110 on,
inoiuorlo-H,     SamukIi IIkahman.
HoIhii|) lluiiry Ohoit nut, a| cut,
D.t'ul Mnroh ^t'h, 11)11.
���Dinliiil oj IJiivu'ai'il.
TAlClJoo'^- lhA Pi'iiiUin )}r',���/,;}'���'��),
wjfo of \V, \\ HrwiKlHiiv, of Vaiioo' vor,
B.(',t,-ii^uiitU to f,pply, (or pcrmbaloit to
purolpiMO tho followii'if doHoribeti I iiitl :���
Coimumioinu ��t a poat pliuito.l d(l ulinliut
west ol tlm emiibO'Hl eornor it lit Mi\
thuuoo oil t |','l) dtiliiR, timnO' amith 4Q
iihuliiH, tht'itoj went 120 chtii.R, thonoo
nor tit '10 tihuiiiri tn point 1 f pmi mono niuut,
oontni .iii|| 480 no.on, moro or 1 ��������.
Fiia.ny.iw llauuiniAu,
Unb'Tt Henry t>|i��NtiiUt, uyi'iit
Ditto 1 Much Hth, MHI.
The(fr(tti JtnoUsh Jlrmnlu.
Totiea aiid I nvluaivH** tbe m holo,
iiorvmii pyjfeiil. i��nk��i   jiow
o'ati IkhilUu, ifeitlnfnmrjtmin.Voi^llkH.
,fnru, ��XfTm*_l2reah'*.ta*t fimlMaions,til*rr-
oltut Vtvrta Jitrt-
,-... ., ml wmkntus, Umiiatoan, ntwr-
tmnttrrhrm, nail Ktfrrta t\f JUtnatiur Jivotantti.
\'r\crt*\ \tvr\mx. alafnrtj. Ono��illipluuao,t.��.
will euro, Hold b�� a|l rtrnmrtnU or 'mailed in
plam itkpf. on rowflpfc or pHno. Krm pntn* vet
wnUAlfrrr.  Tho Wood Modlolne On.
VI WJfc ��tW8WS, '^^MIAP,  fiMTlSH (COLIDiMBiA.
imii-H'i'^WWW>f��W'  ���   I   -i*r~��-sif^.tww< ami*
Makoa -Yopr EXPENS__3<Llght
.Abkea Your CI^pUITS LisI._
flukes Your CAKES Li{$t
iKakea Your BUflS Light
jF.Unt Yoar LABQR ^t
$nroato, On'i.
[The Cbur-te#ay Hotel
���__ "i i
Every ,con,voiiieiice for guests;
<Tho Conttal Hotnl ��ox SportBi^on
llJJonc but tl{(�� IJcst of \Viiyjs and Liquors
I'll l,lie Hur.: ' ""
. -L vu-wi.��* -     ^v
John Johnston,   Prop
HERCULES Stump Pullers
-      -      FOR   SALE   BY     -     -
Walworth-Rblston Co.  Ltd
1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B�� G#
."*     ^ ' 1
; Tli s V&acon'Ter Dally Previses
( '-   Hia rict. of Unpurt,
is indispensable ia the
camp, and for all
-v% impromptu, meals.
Add a little BOVRIL
to your canned meats
and sotipa and note
thb difference.
sandwiches are
nutritious and
'Vt li
TAKKnoticii that-t'luloi'i Miu I. ����'it j
,of ���Vlnioouv, r, It. C/. 'i cctu'nt <.u \\\::.<>:tv,
i te,.i^ m ��pny for por --irt-.n it i ��� |.��i-
ch .uu tbo foili iv-igd Ko'rib'd bur! : C-n,- ;., ii��nj
!����� iiMMfc nt ��t n p tl 'pliinled "nl<.i,i  o ��� '
mile mn th und iO.C!|'iiii�� a-t uf the"-. E.
corner of .Sec inn i, T iv o-hip S,  th >ic
in nh 80 oMiin--, thonoe ��lis1 8u ch i s,
tho'.co tout ��� 80 o'liiiii*,   tbecce west,-81)
ol'.iiin* toplHttrgi cou.mencetneut, coiitoit
uig.010aures, tu r��'i r li*s.'
Scribed m po t EML'i.fl.W. corner.
E.ni>o��a Wah Lkkhon,
i)��n tll��k, Age-.t.
Dnt-d Deuomlor 11th, I9'l
Wll, far
I'o ft-epismher 23, AjR^
��� ��� ������ ������        ee      uliiiumS   \e
Li- yJ is i^-2 i'ii j
' . - ,��� '���   ��� ��   ��� , - I
3 will mail Tbe Bnily'Province'1''..'J
. September 23 to arrrajlilrosJ '[* \
l I* 5
ton f:kst-'jla��s
PANoy. mum,
IF you .want
��01]!) PMSFTINB
T_j 4-1      U
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r> �� U
4->     y   o
C ^      r-U
Til  111   II  !  I   I  f "IT"
Dealer in,
I Fruit, ?ndy igars
[(Cigarettes & Tobacco.]
Houoia Hlock,
in Canada outside tho cifcy'uf Vancouver, for 2S#:
General Elections' September 21
Take advanfer,r;3 of our. Splendid News Sarvine
and' follow intcllJg-entiy the moves of each paity.
rr' \*i '(���i,',i'.iiii"iv^iii '���! ."^������^'���'^Jtv^yc^*^1!j^i*���-*��� *^���j*^s?sr��*^"^~* t
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p. .
jjOTK'E in horeby given tint nn thn lint
day o( Deoeint-rr ni-xi upplivttion will bo
nimie to tin'Siip-riiiiuiiiifuL nf Piuvii.ii.il
Police. Vlulofii, fop tho renewal of the ho.
ttil Iiuddso to ��"��11 liq'inrH by rtiluil in Ihe
hotel kinvu km th* Purt Au^tutu hi'tel. ul
uated at Odiiiok, R,l\ J. ti Uolmus
Da'.eUOotolier ll' 1010
Il'iviiis bn It n lar^ti iiarolioiinoanil m<l
ntCoiir<inuy, I will h fuuro ki>op o^
lmnd n otoalt if ij] UiiiIh of liny, Or.tin,
nml Jfral nt lowest mniket nilon, A
i \ [Bpcqlnlly will be tiitltlo of ro lar crunlicd.
foed for htirn rnvbia i \ III mil o u ifvinw
of'uno thiH in theco-t of feoil. Orilote
Bjveri tbo toiunr.ti'i'or by pliinio *t|il bo
pnnnp'ij' lllloil. Tlmi'UinK-ynii for your
pittr unite in iho pnMt ami noliui \\i\i a oon
liiiUHnooof tbe Biunt) on bmttl r l.uou, 1
beg to mn.iih
Yoiin to oomniiiuil,
**#*#A*iKf-##*A(f *******
���' CTADC   ""-m
J. JACK,   1'kqi��.
A'Fine ,Assortment of
lite Choicest Candies,
limits ami Tobacco
Vancouver Ice Crenm,
DunHiiiuir Ave  Ctiiiiliurlinil
��� 9 Cotton Root Compound
in fwwtt Uterirta fonK'aiid
ly  MtK (iiltMtnai Monthly
**tfM/iU>r��in whloh women mn
rtepcml, Bold In thwo degroM
tsl ftioneth-Sa, I, II; Vfoil
lOdiwrousittoncrer.pi Np.*
wr ooflctolcaiwu, ti pot bo*.
Bolil liy- all ilrugffUU, or m*t
wepftla W, yeoeipt of prf<*
w. _ Free ptwnphlet, Aiumxwr THJ
UNION S, S. CO., of H.C. Ud
Nakaimo-Uxion Vav- Comox - Cami'hbm,
SiiilliiKna in dot'-
Twln.iorew N'oimiiT ��� COWIOHAN"
LmviH Vniu-ouvor Thn ��lny 0 p.m.
Aiii.u Uni.m (iur CtiiiUtluiiiv  i-i|.ii.v\
A r ves C��iii"X Frldiiy luoruliiff
Auive p^mtibell Uiver FiiiUy n K��n
Lv    Comox  l''rid..y 4 u ia
����� Union fiay       "   ft   �����
�� Ninnln.o miilnight %
Leiivwi V��ii0onvor, Piititrditv P \ in
AI rives N'tiiiipiu, Wiiliiidny 12 pm
Arrives Upi'iii, Smuliy Uum ���
['or nimlirrlmi'1
Arriviu Ci.fiinv,   .Miiiilfij' 8 a pi
r     '   ���'       NOTICE,      "
Any person' or persons, cutting,
iviiiiiving or tiikilig any bli.cks,
timber or wood, of nny desei'ijitiodn
)��loii^iiitr to tlut Wellington Coi-
nVry CVy., or from or off tlie land
of tlie said Coninniiy, or nnyoiii-'
tipping rubbish of any description
iLL!_L\vhej:iL.���u pon _|lie���i,oui paiuin.
land will lm prosecuted to the full
extent of tne law,
, - -i.
General Manager,
Welliiiffton Colliery Co,y,
Riding on'lnpomolivw and ��� rfiil^
way cars of  tbe   Union   Oolliery.-
Company by any  person   ,>r   p'er-
��oi)8���ojcct'pt lain ciew���ii> strictly
prohibited,    Kniployewj   "re viub-
;hc totiihiniHsal for allowing euni-
IJy order
VV. L.' COUPON,    .
District oi Rupert
TAKK nolle Unit Gardiner Al-
cxiiniicr Brady Spencer'of Alumcilu
(Jul., occiipniion plumber, intemU
to upply for periiiis-itiii to purchiiW'
the follovvini�� desciibcd IuikU :--
Cnmmi'iicing at a post pi.iiileil
about Ud.cliiiiiiH west uf tin; muhIi
east corner nf Sea'.inn 2-i, Townsliip
21, thence west SO cliniiiB. thenco
south 80 elinins, thence eusi 80
chains, ihci.ee north In sonili io<ve
of ^i!olf Liik��..ihi'iicu\V(,Hie['ly alonn
so|ith' .shore to wesr etui (if lake,
t!l&wee;euHi alons north shore uboiu
'40fch��iTiij. i hence north to place ol
cominei'.ee'nfir., eontJning 400
acre.-, i/ioteor h'-s.
' Bgiitai ,on |o.h , GAI1.S.V N.E.
Cakpinku Ai.exa.ndks Bu\dy
Dun Obirk. A}.'.iuil
Dated Dccmhcr 14 h, 11)10.
" litJI'Kl'.l' LANS') lUrtTKl T
^.���i. '      Dl-tri(jt cf blipoit
.- -T'l^'T! NoncKtli.tJunfMlbaiiili'-ttr.
of E   io in. Hon u, uii'|)>-ui..i,  iiitt'ii a
to ii.'Jji^   for |i. iiniss:.nt t.i ptii't-liu ittii
following duK'.niii;    biniV:��� Com in non.
nt a  pit t chin , il 2 in, q, tv.-m nf t. o .*.!'!,.
com rut Seo i wli, Kiwiwl'ip'i', i.u-n:
north 40 i'b-i-H. tb ifO"   w,st. St) clmcit.
theiui" eoiiib  40 club-B,  tbntuit tv-t 80
chaiiiB t<> pliittc nf ��'titiimiiict-iiieut, ttm-
tuiuiit'.-f.' ft'-i* '��� ucrcfi. morn nr 1��wh.
Scnbotl on pithtM JVbs.E. ouinjr,
James Bbadhiiaw,
I'jui <Jl.irk, agen-.
D.ited D'cemlflr 19th, 1910.    ,
���  i
��� .���;,,1 Din'net of Ruqert
' TAKE nm ice that Delia Brook?,
flf'.-..Vancouver, li, C., Marriofl
woman, iivcnd-* to npp'y f>��r por
misBion to purchnfe the following
defcrihed landi-i-ComnieiioiriK nl
post planted at tlie northwest cor
ncr of 'Section 150, Township 1).
ihence eimt 80 clminn, ihence hoiiIIi
80cliaina, tl'Oice went ��.0 chaini1,
ilieiicetiorthS'J cbnimi to pbice of
iMiinricnceiueiii ooiituiciug <340
acres jnnre or Icbm
Sorilwd on PohI I). Ii'�� N. \V  cor.
l)r:i.L\ liKorics,
Dan Clnrk, Agunl.
DaU'dl-Dcctmher 17th, 19Kb
DiNip'ot olHipert
TAKE >pntK that'Ad'oSaide Estwl
Cark Il'.wn,, of BniokliB'd N. Y.���
married wmniiu, iutondt to apply f< r \vi-
missiou to'purcliixa the fnllowHii){ tlu-crib-
ed latttth:���C-iniiiti-no jt|; at a |Mittt pl.tiH'.l
at Bouthweht oon.or nf Sotiim li1, Tumii-
khtp 9. thitnoo north 80 ohmm,, thvitue
cast 80 ohaine, tlionto, houth 80 chaius
Uu-boi wu��t 80 chains u> plsoo of commcu-
ment cm.tiiniug OiOnercs mme or lem.
Mtiii����il on poat A.K.CH'h S.W. oor
AllKI..Vll)G Kstkh Clakk DltriWX.
Uan Ciai'k, tig.nt,
Da'otl Dii-ott bor 19th, 111 10.
DiBtrict of Rupert
TAKE notice that Richmond
Chiiile. lin-s of Vancouver, B. C���;
Broker intend, to apply for per
mission to purchase the following
described inndi<:���Conimencing at
a post plnnted at ��' post ^ between
Seot! n 18k, Township 9, and h-'efit
ron 13, Township 20, thvnce wen 40
chain .- thence muili 40 chnips,
'hence vve-i 40 chain*, I hence .outh
80 chains; tl.enee east 40 elminfi.
thepce north 40 chain*; ihciKn eiipt
40 (haiiti-, thence north 80 chains to
piace of com me nc en. cut, coiit.-iiuing
640 ncrcs more or less:        , .
Scribed or, po. I ROB'S N E cor.
l��Wir.MOKD ClIAIU.KS   IllSH.
'Dan Clark, agent.
Dated D-cemherl9 h; 1010. ���
. ,ii.i. '>:* .
l/t'rMu:,   I'I  ,
ti '-     'll'.'li       ' 1
3-    ;t    )���<. ^i    ;-
io ��i'n!_\     . |t
he   f'l-    .:/:
Coiiiij'   '.cii.fj,
alio"   ._W)ch.niis"\\t*- o* V.-n-  ���   i-;'L
en    corner .oi  Scwoii   'J:,   '. .....
*hlj<2l,     l!'.C.,CO    .H'i-1.     \',()    r-A.iilU
Ihc-ice i (Ulili 80,cUniiii.��, ti ene e..
SO c'titiin.;, ihcivce ooitli &Q jciihdm:
lo-p'neo   i i   o ���iii-;in*v > ivc'i.t. _ e-o.��
iriinir.g-1540 ticw. .ii.oiw ni b>����-.
^ciihed t.n (0"i S'fiiJ   i"< N.,.'
liruii'iiA.v. .1 'mi.s Ta-kxk,
- ���'��� ,l)i'irrl;tik,''��;,cr)t
Da led pe'curil er,l-i..i,  \\)\\i.
TAKE nolice   that   M>��r(..r.o:itP1
Leitch i.f Vai'ioou'vpj,' B.(���-. <n.Cu-'
puti'tii SuJiplady, ;ii'eiid.s' to uj'it'v
(or purmifvirtn io ijurctia.-i- ibe -fof:>
1ohiiij�� dcHcribt-tl 1..i��� tl'r:  -   ���'*-
I    C ni.ine cii'ii ui a  po:U   j.'n- .--:
nt.^Uu�� ijorih rHht ,oorii".-r' f-f  Sih it.n
S4, 'IWtifiliiii -20, tiience weM   b ,
.chain'.,    ihence- *0fnh   SO ilmin-
thence-eim 80 cluiiii1, ihiMUc n<,iti
80 eiiHi'np  lo   plate  oi  cuii.-rnei c..-
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T,��KE;NOTlCE that Eiwirrt Djke,
of Bit Kh'amlon. NY. coichman.in'oi ds to
apply for' peraiinsion to purchaso the foU
lowint defcribed lands:���Coalmen iuiitf at
a p Bt planted 2 miles west or tbe
south east corner of Section 24, To vnship
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north 80 clwiiiB to pi too of comraoua tneut,
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to appreciate the elegance and distinction
of Its stylo and finish, and the sound
careful work that goes Into Its making.
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ail occasions. Theu utu'imsunc ior liie.tuuu
who demands first-clusiquaiitu. ond v/lio wants
to ace what his clothes look-like before he bum them.
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"readu-to-wear" clothes.
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nour name and address, and we'll fllvo mou a coptj of tlio
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BLACK NECKLACE FOUND.  ��������� Any Old Mark  "Of courso," said the* surgeon who  had oporatt'd for appoiulicitis. "thera  will be a scar." ,  "That's all right." replied the ''patient." "Leave any kind of u mark  you like thai will prevent some  strange doctor from coming along  mid operating again."���������Winchester  Herald.  TRIED TWO DOCTORS  WITH NO BENEFIT  THEN DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS  WROUGHT A LASTING  CURE  . Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have made  so many remarkable cures in serious  cases thnt pedple are liable to overlook their value as a tonic for the  blood and nerves in debility and  general run-down conditions. That  such conditions are the cause of much  misery and unhappiness is fully  known to those who suffer from them  nnd the need of'curing them is as  vital us is relief from diseases with  higher sounding names. We com-_  mend the following statement to any  one suffering from weak, thin blood,  or shuttered nerves. Mrs, Mae Ma-  cabe, Gleichcn, Alia., says': "A few  years ago I became run down, not  wtriously ill, but jti.it tired and weak-  nil the 'time. I consulted our fninily  doctor, who gave me tonic after  tonic with no effect. I gradually got  weaker and weaker until I could not  do my work. Thon I went to another  doctor, who pronounced by case one  of, decline, and recommended a warmer climate with complete rest. This  I could not afford and I became a  complete nervous wreck. One day  while visiting a neighbor an old gentleman who was taking Dr. Williams' -  Pink Pills for partial paralysis recommended them to me. 1 sent out  and got three boxes, but without  much faith that they would help me,  but before they were gone I noticed  an improvement and I continued-tak-  ,-ing the Pills, constantly growing  stronger, until T had taken seven or  eight boxes, when I was completely  "cureth -'"-I~eoul(l-~do--my work-as-easily-  as ever T bad done in my life, and  the doctor told men that he could  scarcely believe the change in me, as  lie had not, had the least hope that T  would he strong again. Now 1 always keep the Pills on hand and if I  feel fatigued or weary lake them for  three or four days so as iiot to get  run down."  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  A Hint to the S. P. C. A.  The Nigh Horse���������You're rather melancholy of liite,-Bill. What's preying  on your mind?  The Off Horse (earnestly)���������Honestly, Mike, if they fit me out with oneoi  those chanticleer hats this summer  I'll, lute a policeman until he shoots  me!���������-Yonkers Statesman.  Relief for the Doprei������cd.���������Physical and  mental depression usunlly have thuir  origin in a disordered-state of tho Btoin-  aoh and liver, ns when thouo orituns are  deranged ii| thoir action the whole Hyst-  tern is. affected. Try Parmolee'tt Vegetable Pills, They revive the digestive pro-  ccHses, act beneficially on the nerves and  restore the spirits as no other pills will,  They are cheap, simple and sure, and the  effects are lasting.    .., > *���������-  "Which would you rather be, a poet  or a musician?"  "A- poet. People aren't so liable to  be disturbed: while you are, practising."��������� Washington Star.  Even when they have nothing to do  some fellows can't do it well.      ',''  ���������  The destruction of the house, fly is  a public duty. Almost every American  State Board of Health is carrying on  a crusade againt him. His filthy  origin and-habits, and the fact that  his body is laden, with disease-producing germs, makes him one of the  greatest enemies of the human race,  tf the housekeepers of Canada will  use Wilson's Fly Pads persistently,  this peril would be tremendously reduced.  Too  Sweeping  "Absalom," said Mrs. Rornho, "you  have got to quit your drinking, your  smoking, your chewing, your swearing, your "  "For heaven's sake, Nancy," protested Mr. Rambo, "don't commit me  to such a wholesale reform. Let me  rtiyise my habits'schedule by schedule."���������Chicago Tribune.  ABRAHAM  LINCOLN  AND THE TARIFF  "He told her that he would gladly  die for her." The same old bluff, did  it catch her?" "No. She told him  she would gladly let him."���������Houston  Post.;.:  Go������tlvcnos������ and lt������ Ouro.���������When the excretory organs refuse to perform their  functions properly tho IntoHtlnen become  clotfgod, This is known as costivenoss and  If neglected gives rise to dangerous complications. Parmelcti's Vegetable. Pills  will effect a speedy euro. At tho first intimation of this ailment the HitlToror  Hhould procure it packet of tho pills and  put himself under a course of treatment,,  The good effects of tho pills will bo almost 'immediately  evident.  A colored preacher in closing his  ficrmoii add roused tiie congregation  thus: "And now let us pray for tlio  ���������people of the uninhabited portion of  the mirth."  Mlnard's Liniment cures garget In cows  To economize on ushers n New York  moving picture theatre has installed  small    incandescent   lumps   oji   the  'backs of lhe souls, arranged fo burn  ���������only when a .seat, is unoccupied.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  with LOCAL Al'PMOATlONH, tut IIh*v oniiimt mtiti  "the iMAt nt tlio illHimnn,   UtUrrli Is it hlnml or t-oiiHtl-  tutloiml tllttcjimt, nnd m onU-r to cure It you mum ittkti  ��������� IM/tiuI rmiiMllivi,   HiiII'h Cittitrrlt Curo in inltiii In-  i tfrtmlly. utul not* ttlri'olly upon tlm lilcml unit itttii-nit*  itirtiifm.   Hull'* Cnlnrrlt Cure In tint it iiiiuck motlt*  cltti'. It wim itrcM'rllinit hy nun ol tlio bout iilivMrlnni  tn thia country for yi-nrt itml It * rt'ituliir intwrliiuoii,  -It l������ romiHwnil nl tint !n'*t. tnnlrtt hnnwii, romlilnwt  - with Urn Im'kI IiIikmI purlflm, ntillnij tllrts'tly en tin  murntiii sntlwen.   Tlio pnrli'til t-oittliltinllim nl tit*  ' two liurt'illntilii tn whnt jtrntltirro unfit wonilcrlnl riv  ilulU In ourlitR rnlarrh. ttanil for U'MlmmiliilH, irist,  V, J. CHUNKY * CO,, I'rcitw., 'l"gltxlo, a  IW,.., liy DriiBuliut, print Uo,  AU* iwl'i Vunliy Villa lor oonntlpAlloa.  "8nle nml sane inen lmve large feet,  wife mul sinir women small, aei'urdiug  fo two Kroiieh hciontlHtH who hnve  made an extensive rcsonrcli into the  eiiiestion of pedal oxtruiiiitieH,  Most celebrated of undent libraries  was that at Alexandra. It contained  700,000 volumes.  How it Effects the Manufacturer and  the Farmer  It was Abraham Lincoln, who gave  popularity to the Protectionist side  di"r/ii"e~'tTa,ifi_questioir~wh"eu~he'said"  "1 do not know a great doal'about the  tariff, but what 1 dev know; is, that  when we buy goods abroad the foreigner gets the money, but when we buy  goods at home, we get both the goods  and the money." This sound philosophy characterizes another of tbe  late president's famous homilies.  "The farmer and the manufacturer,"  the president once snid, with his  characteristic shrewdness, "are both  in the same boat and. I reckon they've  got to learn to navigate tho craft together, or they'll upset," "He compared the case of n Pennsylvania  farmer,", continues the historian in  question, ��������� "and a Pennsylvania iron  merchant and implement maker whose  properties adjoined, Undor a protective' policy the farmer supplied  the ironninkor with bread, meat, vege.  tables, fruit, fodder for horses, etc.,  and the ironmaker supplied the farmer with all the iron, iron implements,  etc., Which he needed, Assuming that  a change, is mado nnd the Protective  policy abandoned, the farmer then  discovers that he can, huy his iron  implements cheaper from Europe than  from his neighbor, assuming that he  sells a hu indent quantity of flour in  Europe to enable him to effect the  purchase of the iron, He ultimately  discovers that the cost of carriages to  tho coast, transportation by sea <������  England, insurance and cartage on  arrival, does not enable It iin to receive such n good reward for his labor  as he formerly did when selling .his  (lour to his neighbor, tho ironmaker,  He, therefore, determines to noil his  flour ns before to his neighbor. Rut.  menntime the farmer discovers that  while he has been purchasing his  iron implements from Europe his  neighbor, the ironiiiiiker, has been  compelled to stop his works rind dismiss his employees, not hnvliur sulll-  denl work for them, The fiirmor,  therefore, now finds Hint he has more  wheal Ihui.i he knows what to do with,  also that he is no longer able to sell  his fruit, vegetables, fodder, men I,  horsesi, f.|e,, to his neighbor, thn iron-  maker, as he has gone out of business, In fact, lie finds that throiurh  buying abroad in the cheapest market  he luifl destroyed the home market  for hiH own products and thrown n  number, of his fellow-countrymen out  nf emplymenl.."  She (with newspaper) ��������� "Another  evt'lone out west. It has swept dozens  of farms ohm of everything,"  He���������"I'll be|, the mortgages didn't  budge nn iiich,"-~Roston Transcript.  Mary Queen of Scots Lost  It at tht  Scaffold.  After many centuries, and in a curious way, a historic .necklace of black  pearl3, which Queen Mary of Scot*  wore on the morping of her execution at Fothoringay Castle, has! been  recovered in a romantic way. From  that morning,' when, at tho foot of  theoscaffold, the'ill-futed queen dis- ;  tributed her jewels and money among  her friends, the black pearl necklace  had been lost sight of, arid was only  recently unearthed in an old curiosity shop in ii small village in Scotland. The keeper of the shop parted  with the pearls tc a lady customer  for 12s. Cd.. but there was then  nothing to indicate their real value.  Now experts have declared that they  lira incomparable, and, in fact, they  have been resold for no less a sum  than ������10,000 (about $80,000). It seems  that a short time ago a lady, riding  her bicycle in Scotland^ nccidentnUy  firoke the chain by which her ������������������ eyeglasses were suspended. Remembering that in a littlo shop she had seen  a few strings of .heads and other  trifles dear to youthful village. maidens,-she rode there to sea if she'could  find soriiething to replace for a time  her broken chain. She found nothing  to serve her purpose, and way on the',  point of leaving, when the old lady  behind the counter said, "I have got  an old necklace that might dp. but; it  is much more expensive. Shall T  f.Hch it for you?" A necklace of  rather 'large, dull-looking '"beads*'  was produced.0 It did not seem to bo  quite what she wanted,; but the ci!**-  ous-workmanship of the" clasp took  the lady's fancy and for .the sum: of  twelve, shillings and sixpence she  became its owner, and to it attaching  her eye-glasses, she resumed her ride.  To her purchase she- attached but:  little importance, but .being one dny  in London, a friend admired the,  "beads" not a little, and expressed  a wonder-as to where such a pretty,  string had come from. It so chanced  thut shortly afterwards the owner of  the, "beads" had occasion to visit the  shop of a dealer in antiques, her,.  object being the purchase of a grandfather clock, and while, there she'  shpwed her "beads" to the dealer, ���������  a.sking him what he thought of them.  After a short inspection, the dealer  became quite animated, fingering  each "bead" in turn, and asking so  manv questions as'to how,and when:,  the lady had become; their owner,  that her curiosity was completely  aroused. Subsequently the, "beads"  were submitted to a jeweller and his  [ interested inquiries served to con-  ! firm the owner's impression that her  j possession was positively of rare  value, and the impression was streng-  t thened when an offer was made of  !"������6,000'for~th"e"'stringr'This"-offer_wa3j  ' declined, and instead the string was  submitted to an acknowledged expert  in matters connected with antiquities  and ancient jewellery. Here a brief  examination of the "beads," and a,  glance at a book of reference, were  sufficient. .  "This, madam, is the string cf  black pearls worn by Mary Queen, of  Scots on the day of her execution.  The pearls: have suffered by neglect,  but,I can buy them from you, should  you wish to sell them, for sixteen  thousand pounds. I shall re-sell  them,at a profit to a customer if you  accept my offer which remains open  for your consideration as long as you  like." . ������������������;.  .The lady accepted the offer, and  shortly afterwards the: old shop  woman in ��������� the little Scotch village  was equally delighted and astonished  to receive a cheque for one thousand  pounds. :..;���������'������������������  .Queer Ideas of Arithmetic.  In a village churchyard in Worcestershire there is. or used to be, a  tombirtone stating the age of the tenant of the tomb below to be 304. The  mason apparently had the crudest notions of tho mysteries of arithmetical  flotation,  Oddly enough, to the present day  we would find in Burma 1000 900 11 1  used ior tho year 1910, this being a  caso ol an ndmixturo of un old notation with modern symbols! The sumo  kind of admixture of new and old is  taught in the indigenous monastic  schools of Thibet, and is prevalent all  over India among tho Hindu astrologers. In the purely native schools Indian children nro said to learn thoir  multiplication tables up to 100 times  IU.  Tonohers in our own elementary  schools may bless thoir fortune tlmt  they are not c'aliod upon to listen to  I such a nerve-ending drono Irom  "twico two nro lour," un to tho numbers just montionod. Even in tho  Govoriitiiant schools ot tho United  Provinces tho children had to learn  up to 40 tlmos 40 until a low yours  baok.  DO IT  KO BURNED BREAD  NO SCORCHED BISCUITS  *  No need to apologize to family or guest when  MOONEY does it.     MOONEY'S BISCUITS are  always right��������� every biscuit inspected before it is  packed���������and .they are as fresh as the product of your  own oven.  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  are the great favorites for every day use.  They are made in the big sanitary factory in.  "Winnipeg and come to you in air-tight packages or  ��������� in sealed tins as ydii grefep.  "LET MOONEY  DO IT"  STORY OF KING GEORGE.  Ths Child .Admired His Father Mors  Than   His  King.  His, Majesty's versatility and tha  thoroughness with which he carries  through whatever he attempts are the  theme of an article entitled "King  .George the Thorough," from the pen  '.of one who knows him, tliat appears  in the June number of. Pearson'J  Magazine, 'lhe author relates a number of anecdotes illustrating the many-  sidedness of His Majesty's activities,  -and-others--that-show--his_kindliness,^  A typical incident showing the King's  special liking for children is the following, which occurred quite recently:  "An officer in the army, serving in  India, died before he had received a  medal to which he .was entitled.  ���������Shortly afterwards his widow received  ���������a command to repair to Buckingham  Palace; bringing with her a son, if  ahe'had one, or else'a daughter. The  lady obeyed the command, accompanied by her little five-year-old son.  They were conducted into the Presence, and presently found themselves  all alone with the King, who, drawing  the, boy to��������� him, and, giving him his  father's)medal, said: 'What I,am doing you do not understand now, but  you will: understand some day,. Toil  me, what are you going to be when  you grow to be a' man?"  " '1 am going to bo a soldier, like  my father,' answered the child,  ".'���������Well,' observed, His Majesty, 'it  is a good tiling to be a solaier liku  your father; but still, I should advisa  you to be, a sailor, like your King,'  " 'No,' tho child persisted, 'I must  boa. soldier, like my father.'  "Soon afterwards the audience was  at an end, and men tho child, reaching tho door, turned and made a low  bow, 8uying, 'Uood-bye, your Magistrate'���������his lather hud been a magistrate in India. ' ���������  "Tho King smiled kindly, and. re-  plied���������'Ah, i sou you have leurnad  your lesson well; only you have uot  got it quite ���������figln'.-v  Here's to a man. He is like a kerosene lamp���������he is not especially brilliant; lie 'is often turned down; he  generally smokes and he frequently  goes out at night.  TTnless' worms be expelled from the  system no-child can be healthy. Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator is the best  medicine extant to destroy worms.  Chose a Bad Title  May���������Mad at, him? Why, lie wrote  a lovely poem to her.  Sadie���������Yes, but she never read it.  When she saw the title of it she tore  the whole thing up -in a fit of anger.  You see, he called, it "Lines on  Mabel's Face."���������Smart Set.  ��������� Projectiles fired even from the  heaviest guns when- they penetrate  concrete do so* without splintering it.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Some folks imagine that all they've  got to do to become highbrows is to  lose their hair I'  Honored by Women  When ��������� womnn ipeiki o( her  tilent tec ret ���������iifTcrinjl tho  trukti you. Millions have bellowed   (hli   murk  ot   conft-  vkuvc mi Dt. It. V. Pic.-c,  ol Uufful^ N. Y. P.very  where tlifrre are women who  bear witness to the wonder-  working, curin^power ol Dr.  Plerce'd Pnvorite Prescription  ���������wltioli saves the suffering ssx  from pain, ���������nd- successfully  jlrappk'H willi wo mint's weaknesses and .luLbnrn  Uh,  IT MAKHS WnAK WOIIEN STRONO  IT TUKr-S  SICK WOMEN WEll.  No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her confidence misplaced when she wrote for advice, to  the Whsiu's DnniNMitY Mhdicai. Amociation, Ur.  ������, V. V'trrti*, Pr^sltlMf, Iliiffalo, N. Y.  Dr. I'ltrct't Pltaiaitt IMIItts iaituca tail*1 natural howsl movamant oaca a -ay.  Beautiful,  But Dangoroui.  The laburnum is a beautiful two.  Unfortunately, howovor, like many  other beautiful things, laburnum blossom is dangerous. Tho long, yollow  flowers and tho seeds which presently  tako their placo contain poison���������cytis-  hus���������so powerful that a hundredth  part ot a grain injected undor tho  skin of a oat or a dog is sufflaiont to  causa  its do nth.    In  ton  seods  of  |nhtirntim|! Ihnrn U mifllelnnt poison to  kill it child, and thero aro* a num. |  bor of cases ou record of death irom \  this cause, Also thu laburnum uxor-  cises an evil effect upon tho vegetable  world. Tho gardener will t������ll you,'  that (lowers will not flourish in tha I  ground nbout, a laburnum tree.���������f.nn- I  don Globo, t  I The Victim.  "I hnnr poor Dobbs, tho humorist,  has  gone  to  a  sanitarium,"  Binks  Hllitl.  "Yes" Iliguiiis said. "He's worked  liitiiHf into a state of nervous pros-  truti'Ti that I fenr h incurable."  "Tbnt'.s to bad," Jlliilt* suit!. "How  tlitl be como to do that?"  "Why, nix woelii ago hn got an an-  ! swer to ������ riddle, one's n cltiiii-ffeur  | and the other's n fur show, and ho  ; my* he'll nsver bo ablo to >1ecp until  ; li<> tlnd-f fho ^ii<-'������ti'iri it will mnlw u  j g'>od wiiwor to," Hitfgiiu said.  Finger-Print Lore.  Tho study of linger prints is becoming- quite a fashionable one, und is  bang taken up with enthusiasm by  young ladies, The following aro stated to bo ostablisneU "axioms" ol tho  cult. A man with white spots.ou his  nails is unquestionably very fond of  ladies' socioty; but, alas, is very tieklo  in his attachments, A proud man is  invariably told by well-rounded linger  nails, whilo traunpiit'ont nails, suffused with light red, denoto a cheortu^  gentle, and loving disposition. Dut  ladles must particularly bowaru of tho  man who buus his nails till a largo  portion of tlio skin is uncovered, for  huoh a ono would provo a porluot  Othello for a husband, A man with  long nud pointed nails betokens that  tho owner is eitnor a player on tho  guitar, a budding Chanoollor of tho  j'jxohoquer, a fusiiioiiablo tailor, or un  ambitious attorney; wnilo anyone having tho nail of his lott thumb all  streaked���������as thougn it Iind been stained with flnufi���������is sure to turn out to  bu a schoolmaster. Thick nails indicate obBtiuacy and cruelty, while yollow ones urn the (tloureHt, proof that  thu possoHsor is u "villain of tlio  du������HHfe.t d)c,"  Ineanie,  Tncmmo In tho remnn.uii uum Hint n*  nflna from n tree titnntl In Rtltlnn Ho-  mnllland from nenr Herivni to Onpi������  Ounrdafitl, Homo int'etixe comi������������ from  n region adjoining M*i*lttit, nour the  Arabian odium. itifi'Hor tncMvw tn  found In India, hut (lie lv������t nurt great-  cut nuimtliy coimm trom Untlsli 8o-  tuiilfland.  N A -DRU - C ������  HEADACHE   WAFERS  will (top Hint splitting htadaoht quialt and surt.   Will not harm h.mrt or mirvoui sjmUm.  85 etntt * box at all GmoaitW _  NATIONAL PBUG  *t CnEMICAI, CO.  OP CANADA. LlMlTgn BB  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  CALGARY      ::      WINNIPEG      ::      REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada  We Carry in Stock Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our Stock.  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(Not In tht Trust.)  ARPL.IFORD COUNTER  CHECKBOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED.  W. wint publlihwi tt ������d ������������������ mW ���������Rfnti In ���������^Mtnltiba. t������ik4tehtw������������,  V-H  \n ft*  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLOMBIA.  /  7JA03 MADE  THIS summer the hat that as iwi ������������������  straw occupies just aa importa,'.!'-  a placo In the millinery scale S3  the straw snape. Tne lact that Hash-'" i  Ion looks with a friendly eye on the  fabrio hat gives opportunity'to all needlewomen to make these attractive  ���������shapes at home. -Suppose that you are *  not a needlewoman. Well, It Is never  too late to begin a profitable tacit. Try  one of these models just to prove that  you were wrong when you said that you  never could sew.  If you buy or make the wire frame  you must provide yourself "'with milliner's scrim or a coar*e quality of net.  Cover the frame with this and use  cither white or black for the foundation,  according 'to the color of your outer  *hape. It In easy to separate crown from ,  brim and cover e^ph separately. If you  do not wish to do this, you will apply the  net as shown In the picture. Whip it  over the-edge of the brim; gather the  inner edge and sew firmly on the wire  frame. Cover the crown by stretching  the ecrlm over It, pleating it in at the  elites and binding It around the crown  with strong thread.  With this preliminary work for our  darting point let us consider the selection before us.  The taffeta hat Is quite simple. Elirst,  the outer edge Is covered with a blae  band of silk that Is folded-for'two inches  on the upper and under surfaces. Pleat-  ings of silk are made at regular Intervals of one Inch and basted In pla>ce. The ���������  remaining part of the brim is covered  with a fitted circular piece, seaimed at  the back. A cording edges It and is  etltched down over the .pleated edge. The  under surface is faced In the same way.  When making the crown a large circle  cf ellk is laid In parallel folds and placed  over the top, Any fullness is pleated In  at the sides, and a bias band is added to  conceal the Joinings.-  To this taffeta hat there is 'added a  Dresden ribbon twisted band that  ends ln a rosette, at one side. This  5s a double row of pleated ribbon  surrounding four loops. With a silk  dress or suit this type Is particularly  appropriate and suggests an idea for  using the piece's that are left from the  dress.  A black net hat is always in style.  You will see that a band of shirred  net about two inches ln width is  used.    The   net   is  very   soft   and   ts  _ eaelly-^appllp.d  ovej__the_frame. The_  remaining portions of the biim and  crown are covered wdt|i plain net.  The special charm of this net hat lies  In the trimming of silk cording applied at the edge and ln concentric  circles on the crown. A large rosette  of pleated net is placed at one side.  The under surface is one piece of  '. bias net, drawn in in folds to th������  edge of the crown. This Is a very  cany type to be copied In white or  ecru net and trimmed with a rosette  or with a large silk rose.  White lac,e Is used on the rose-trimmed  hat   In  nnother  model.    A   bias  ^band-the width-of-the-brim-ls-cut-and-  the usual rule for gathered goods is  followed; that Is, one and a half times  around. Then the material is chirred  on the outer edge, in a double row at'  the center and on the inner edge.  After this it is fitted to the brim. A  bias binding of j^llk Is added to the  edge and a band is placed over the  double row of shirring in the center  of the brim.  The crown Is covered by taking a  strip of lace and drawing It up tinder a  lnce-oovered button, and from this the.  material radiates over the crown, A  hlaR cording outlines the edge of the  crown. 'The brim Is turned up at the  side and a rose is placed there.   Two  roses are then placed on the brim, and  -tho-whole-is-as-dainty-as-you-could-  wish.  Last in this hat story is the linen  eyelet-embroidery shape. The frame  has a round crown, and the entire  wire shape is covered with pink linen.  Ribbon two inches wide is used to  bind the edge, aiid the oval crown  is covered with eyelet work dyed pink  to match. It is fl.tted over the round  top by slashing it at the corner ed^e  and lapping the cut parts. The brim  Is covered with triangular pieces of  eyelet embroidery placed so that -the  point of one is down and of- the next  on������ up.- This arrangement allows a  portion of the linen to show through.  Around tho,egge Is a fringe of pink  straw, bought by the yard. It is  joined at the back. A bow of pink  ribbon is placed at the'-slde. Another  favorite . trimming for this kind of '  hat in a large but.tertiy of .eyelet,  wired an'rt perched on the side of the.  crown.      - ���������'- ��������� ���������  The under surfape of this nat Is.plain  linen. ' ���������>       ,  Fabric, h^ts are lights weight and  have the commendable feature of-be-'  ing excellent ways to'use small pieces  of organdie, dimity, lace, silk 'and  linen. They are so easily constructed  that the left-over pieces should not  be allowed to suffer from disuse. The  fabric hat, besides being one of the  summer innovations, gives a delightful sense of completeness to a costume. ' I  For practical hands these sugges- I  tions should open the way to successful- work in millinery. The wire ,  frame, covered, a little remnant of  summer material, a spool of strong  thread and a milliner's'needle, plus an  intelligent ability to follow directions,  will result In a satisfaction that economy and beauty never fail to give.'   ,  mmtctcfe. ofcr&s272Jsi'ce  m7%imieShod  ������>un6dladti  "HI  3W delightfully cnoll"  That In  the tlmt thought that striken  you a* you enter tha gingham-furnished bungalow.  The walls of the living room aro  painted���������a cool green or Mu������ or lav-  rmfr.r or gray. Thi������ floor I* painted In  a darker fihodc of the name color, or  If lit* walls nro only whitewashed,  CcM?rjy%t theteble  tho door In In a eliiyoy yellow that  sounds ugly, hut Ih really very at-  tractive. At the wlntlowH are curtain*  unchecked gingham, again reflecting  ', the color of the walls nmt floor. A  gingham screen stands guard over a  'glnghnm-clad 1 utile. f'phnlstercd  chiilrH, chair cushions, soYa pillow*,  even the iwastebusket  ant)   the   lamp-  Me/fVJJow  shndo nre of the aame Inotfuinslvo  material. do Into the bedrooms;  beds, dressing tabled, chain, shirtwaist  boxes-all the somo. Thero Is.a glni-  h������m cover on the dliilng-ronm table,  iind Die sideboard shows IU clean platan  from the gingham background.' And  out on the porch the hammock, cimh-  lon������, Mio lounging chalrs-everythlng-  is still In gingham, "  ��������� Not   all   the  same   color,  of  course;  that would grow rnonoton us.   The blue,  room mny be separated from the green  rooip,   for instance,   by  a 'double  cur- '  tain,   one  side   In   each    of   the    two  shades,    The  checks,   too,   mny   be  of  'different sizes; but, on the whole,  checked glnghnm Is better for several  1-iMiBonn thnn plain, ll relieves the eye  moro; I*, is cooler; ll Is usually cheaper,  and it cnn bo hnd in a greater variety  of colors.  A word now np to the mnklng of some  of theso articles, The curtains are  quite ������us>. They nre simply deeply  hemmed nud then gathered over thu  curtain pole, the two long Hides, being  edged'with coarse embroidery, or fancy  white braid, 13e very careful about thu  fitting of your doors nml windows;1  take your measurements with a folding  rulo or a tape measure, and go ovor  them twice'to make sure thot they nro  ncournti', '  When It comes to covering<*a screen  with the gingham lite method' In even  easier, Buy a cheap Hpreeii���������any. hideous'  Variety will do, so long ns the frame is  strong, Then "stretch the gingham taut  and fntttenwlth Rllt upholstery tacks to  both Hides of the wreen,.either covering It,entirely or leaving''Iho' wooden  framo'(which In tills ami Hhould previously have been painted to match  the gingham, and varnished) exposed,  ''Jlho litttei- plVn Is renily prettier, uh the  ��������� wood ulve* un attractive ctntrost to the  ( glnghoni,   , ,  The .note, pillows, of eourne, nqed no  directions, since, they are like cushions  for the ������������mo ptirpoHc of any material;  but a few ^ordw must he ������ald ah to tho  r padded: chair cushion,' A flat* cushion  may.be usod an a foundation, or tho  gingham may simply be stuffed with  cotton or straw, with a muslin Interlining. Knelt side In covered separately, a  carpet needle Wing u������ed to produce tho  regularly spaced knots,- Kncli knot Is  made by simply turning the heavy white  thread two or three time* upon Ituelf  and then running the neetllo through It.  When tho knot* are flnislied the gingham  should be minUlntd uiuionC uut u>������r the  foundation, Tho edge,* are then atltphod  down and a narrow hemmed hand In  , sewed on tfi hide the Joining, Thero are  four of thcwi bandit, ,of course, in n  unti'ttro cushion, and thev are doubled  and stitched down nf the corner*,  Tha shirtwaist bo* looks a* ft It wero  quit*'a task, hut really ll I* ������, simnla  matter of upholMery tucks. The Important thing In to cut your material  straight and stretch It tightly, no that  thero aw po,wrinkles, The top edge of  the box prowir and lhe loner edge of  the Ud' shotifu he bound In furniture  gimp, held do\*n by emtller tnrkn. The  bran* handles \iri be mi-ewed on la at  of all,   The U>* ���������houhl to lined with  plain gingham of the same shade as  the checked. Do not, lastly, forget the  ciitjters or rubber balls to protect tho  lloor.  The snme principle is observed In the  covering of the dressing table, To tell  thu trtilh, tho particular table shown  here was originally a sfnnll one of the  kitchen variety! Gingham Is stretched  ond Melted down over tlie top nnd Is  gathered very fully at the Hides, being tncked cm at the middle or the'  gsthered hem, Thnt,Is really nil there  Is to It..  The wiistebiisket Is of glngluiin-covered iMrdbo'jril, each piece,made t-epa-  rntely and then laced together wllh  cord, just its lu the plain cardboard  buHketH. The liirnpshndo Is gathered over  a wire frame, such oh may he bought  for ii quarter; nt every place where tho  wlrCH Join, the ihreatl Is run over and  over until It holds firmly." '   '  N __Hd It conl it grcnt deal to build your  bungalow? Then hero In'it way'to fur-  'nitth It 'cheaply,' and yet: daintily and  coolly, ���������,-,���������'.  Prehistoric Monsters  y  UOKY, Indeed, Ih the musiittm that  I      poMsi'SHeH ho much ub jiart of a  1 JLi'iikeleton of ono of tho enormou* ,  roptlloH that roamed tlio world bflfore  the Hood, Hut now comes a ilrltlsh explorer who declaroa that these antediluvian, mounters still live, and may hn  found.In the HhndoHlnn HWitmpH, along  the HOiitherh'border of the desert of 8a-  hnrai In Afrlcn, Thoro exist there (hn  says In his appeal for ftindH to the  tlrltlsh government), in all their glory,  the Ichthyosaurus, the dlplndocus, tho  pterodactyl and tho dinosaur, Natlveg  have reported animals beside which an  elephant looks like a cut, iilhers forio  | Kpamllng In every way..ni the fabled unicorn and others which winnoi, neeortl-1  lng to aceountM, Im imythlng moro or  less thnn dragons,  Who known? l'erhtyH como day a  salentlHt will do imri* than merely catch  sight of a sen serpent.  Colors to Wear  IN Hl'ITItl of advice to the contrary,  blondes   should, avoid   the   llghn-r  shades of blue,  which  make  I htlr  complexions  neem  aihen,'   The  darker  fcinnit:'*,   Uuftv1!*!,   .iii--"   ������������������">   ���������.".������������������!  >.J..,,j  In high relief and are vttMly hei-omiiig.  True brunettes Hhould not wear blue,  which makes the skin yellower than  ever, but llorlil brunettes cnn do no.  Blondes may wear green, but not bru-  nettf*. 'I'ale brunettes may wear any  Hhnde of ren ton crimson, which, however, luuks well on thn blonde. Yellow  Is tho best color for pstle brunettes, esne-  rlnllv for evening wear. II ('learn tne  complexion mid nets off the dark eyes  and hair wonderfully, ,,  . Turkish Women  SINCE the revolution in Turkey tho  "women of the progressive classes,  the hano'stms, huve been gradually  freeing themselves from the shackles In  ���������    which they have lived so long. ,  :The,41a('k yashmak, as tlie veil was  called,. Is now to be tjeen no more. Veils  nre so thin ojj to show the color of the  hair plainly, and many Turkish women  go about with faceg uncovered. Tho  feredje, or .upper garment', has also undergone modifications.' It has' ceased to>  be wide and loose and shows tho lines  of tho figure, often being confined at tho ,  waist by a belt.      .' ,  Women arc seen now on the streets-  with men who ar* not their hjsbands or  brotheth. They rlije In carria&ea and go  boating with them., in social gatherings,  at which Europeans me present women  even of the highest elites are now seen,  and they mingle freely with foreign  women nnd with men. I  ' Public' aehuolH are,being opened, nnd:  the hnnotims luive 'established at Constantinople a Rckool"of'domestic s.ilencfc  tn tight by Europeans, Tlie new minister  of public Instruction -Is very' much In  tholr favor utjd will doubtless do great  things for them. '  Wvcn in Turkey the genu of progre������s-  ' ��������� ivcncHB has taken root, ond the Otto*  mnn empire will not'-be far behind It*  brother countries of;th.e w������������t.  AGolclen Rule  FOlt you-tile' golden rulo Is to avoid  extremes. Doctor, Johnucm'.s remark, "I, nm Btire she was woll-  dressed;* for i t-onnol re.ihembcr what aho'  hnd on,"' Hoggcm* a clue, to tho Hecrttt  of1'being" fniilileHsly nllired. Itellne*  merit,In tlress nntl retlnement in char*  ucttT often go togelher^ as well as a .  lovo of* the U>n(|tl'fu'l In nntttVe and In  ��������� iti-t. ,  Indifference nnd oonHequent Inattention to dross often show pmlonlny, ������i.\1-.  rlghlcoiiMiii'SH or Indolence. II I'm nol u,  vli'liie, but it defect In the. character.  ,Kveiy womnn should'study to make tho  " tiCHt of herself with the itieniiH at her  command, Among the rich, ihe Im-e nf  dreos piomoles some tlegree <if exertion  and display'of taste In theniselves, and,  fOHteiH Ingojiitlly 'turd lndtisliy In ln-  feiioiN; In tlio middle - el-asses ll engen-  tldrH contrivance, diligence, neatness of  hand; among the humbler It lust Its go>d  effects. Ho Ioiik .is dress merely Intor-  ivitN, U'iniiiii-M, ot'cupU's such Umu and  him h iiie.iiiH ;ih wo can rettNoiutbly allot  ������u It, |l Ih Hitlutary, i-efinlng the tastes  . nml lhe IiiiIiiIh nml ulvlug M.iilitf.ti'lloii  nnil plniKtire In others.  An iiilfiitlon to dri-HH Ik useful as re-  '*' I I ��������� ������ ,11    tr-  *'  l.l,,I.M���������,     111,,      .,.     .,-< ,-,      w.      ...   .4.  viifti tliitt grille In !i"wife'w nptn'tirnnen  which Ih hii ngreeiible lo her, oh well as  thnt tine Influence which, tn the priment  Hlnto of MM'iit)-, cuttiitii bt .itt.ilocd without It, j  ���������)      '  A Wrong Choice  Tlll'JHW Ih no tut, nor option of act,  li'iisHlhle, but the wrong deed nr  option bus pulstui In It which Wi')  stay In your veins thereafter forever.  Never more lo ml eternity cnn you he  un .vou intr.lit 'mm- )������<i-n liud ynu n<>*.  'dime tlmf-fluiseii thut, You htivu  "ftilififtl your i hnrtieter," f< rsm.th! No;  If ymi hnve rluisiu III, you lmve lie-  farmed H. and thut faremi-i-liusklii. 'iiwiiinw,um.jiiiwiim."u  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  hd'wih < t  it'.rtv,--.*.  IWHMMMMMf  ' ,_., I '. "V{- : ������  -..I \-  '- ,v.-*.V.  'J.tf ,  ���������.*<������".  ,'���������"  v-   Yiif.vuftt.r v  ."KiaW-tJ.'.'  fcVjft'*1 ������.  -.n:.v-,<-;i-."-v  X v.*n  pifk������Vr3.������  1"HE FURNITURE STORE  ��������� in wim hiii^ii  BLANKETS  AND  COMFORTERS  JJlauket  Flannelette Sheets  all sizes.  Wool and Down Comforters, Pillows and  pillow Cases. We oaij supply everything;  to make your bed comfortable. A full  tftpck of Furniture always ou hand-  N.  HIKAfiO,:  PASHIONABLE  TAILOR  's Bicycle  TAJI.OR MAPa   sun$s'  FROM  Sso-Qp TO ������35i������0'  Cleaning  i  PONE AT    ���������  RBABONAP1.B PfiiCKS*  Phone 52  T������  Cumberland fc.O,  " II"  mi" win  iim   i  MMM  A. MoKINNON McPhpa Block, Cumberland  Tlie first fruits of the Conservative victory are already in full  ��������� bloom as proved by the woollen  manufacturers1 damiiuds already  inadp upon Mr. Borden.     They  are really showing indecent haste  to get their pound of flesh. Their  demand is that the  government  shall raise the duty upon wooll-  eus from 30 to 50 per cent.   And  who is it t)]ey desire to disci'imi  jiate against?    Jyiptei)! it is l$ng-  }aud���������nQt those naughty Allien  can;.���������but against the old mother  country. ��������� What nbout that closer  preferential tie tliat, was to  knit  us together as "oue nation,   one  $ag."    What about loyalty,, reci-  VjjuCAcal trade, aud the waving and  yilftfjkiting and inarching the streets  ''WttLtjt the Union Jack, wheu the  .yjffif first   request   Mr    Borden  "Iwigus to purposes- an injury to  oijir British ��������� manufacturers, that  our already rich makers of woollens may become richer,  ��������� What  does il matter now that the appeal  tp our loyalty has answered   its  -purpose,���������We-sUal|-ljaye-to-pay  1 nether'ao Gents on th? dollar ior  our $30 or $40 suits.    ��������� The con  sinner's or wearer's  interests are  simply ignored; not worth eonsid  l;ft:tiou.     Now is our diaupe to  inake them pay, and s.ill further  jucreasp om bank balauce. Who  js the disloyal party now?  What appears an amu.sing re*  p'ult of fhe oleptipq happened not  a hundred miles fiom Cumberland, Tlie road foreman appears  to have been so excited that he  began the new road in the wrong  plice; expended the labor of the  whple gang tq blow up stumps  galore, notwithstanding a protest  jug telegraph pole right iu the  centre of ihe opening piadp tp  Start the new road, audgonly for  the timely arrival qf"the road  superintendent would have continued wandering o\\ \\) t|ie  wrong direction, instead of the  route arranged and plainly laid  put fqc liiui by the surveyor*,  Political excitement is. indeed  IfcspuusMe for mndi foolishness,  Archie Stpnbousp has resigned hitf position with lhe Coino*  Co-operatjve Society.  Heintzmap Piano For Sale.  TJiXPERS will be received ������t \\}tf  QflU-c o( W Wesley \Vf1la-fd, Cumberland,  B.C., i|ntil Octobet 1st, 1911, fqr the pur.  chase of 4 Hemtzman Piano. Tiie piano  is nlmost new |nd in first class condition  nnd. cnn he seen at ilia home of Miss  McDonald, Comqi;, D,C,  Lowest or anv tender not necessarily  iccepted.       W, W. WILLARD.  Official AdminHtr^lor.  Cuniberlaud, B 0., Sept. 12th, 1911.  Three elk were seen between  Cumberland and Courtenay this  weel;. This is very uinwql us  elk are r.i'idpm if ever found sp  plo."t. to <"iviHza;icn������  -mjf.  ipwinw DfUKiias!,  c-c  ���������fl'Vf  ri  -���������iff  -     '| iv  imoer ���������������������������...  Leave Victoria Titt-j-day, 7 00  iU;������., for Nanr.iino, Union and  Como,,;,  l.rvivv 'Vmmv Weill  luir.rf'iy "?  uni., lot tTtnon,   ,Nni������iiunu and  Vaiicui^ci,  I.c;;\-������.-. Vaijc.'iiuvuv Thtu d'ly,  y.ooa.111., ft-.i- Nauaiino, Uninu  t\v,<\ Coiiii.x.  U. a V t.iu,.i.v I'litiiiy, b.itoa ir  for f'mon. N-;niuni;> -mil Van-  ,'ouver.  '.envv \'an;;utivet tyunrday.  i.o-j ji.-j-i., ipr .Nau.'iimd, Union  tt'.u *.' ���������rti.N.  .'.��������� .v. t'i���������uo\  a.'.n   i'������t   Uni.in,  tiOMMUNIOATieNS.  Editor News;���������  I read in your issue of the a6th  nit, what I considered a v^ry uu  fair attack on Provincial Constable Davidson, purporting - to  have been written by Mr C'vaw-  ford. I do not think, however,  that he ^ould have written In  that s<rain had he considered the  following!���������  It is the right of every Individ  ual to resort to the courts if he  considers his rights have, been  illegally violated. If is then for  thepresidiHg-Judft'eor.^'Iagistrate  to decide bv the evidence adduced  who is at fault.  ' This course was pursued in  the matter under consideration,  and the presiding 'magistrate  evidently concluded from the  evidence that Mr Douglas.was af  fault aud the complaint pf Mr  Davidson well founded, or he  WQUld not have imposed a fine  on the accused.  If, however., tUe magistrate  was wrong as regards the conclusion .ie arrived af,, being of  course based on the evidence; he  is to blame and uot the constable.  I might mention as ��������� regards the  facts of tho case, that neither Mr  Crawford nor myself have a per.  SiOnal knowledge of the same, but  I have been informed, aud I assume my source of information to  be as reliable as that, of Mr. Crawford, that- Mr Douglas pleaded  guilty lo the oharge but stated in  mi ligation that his horse was  balky and so made it difficult fot  hiin to turn to the left, but no  mention wns made by him of the  conversation alleged by Mr Craw  ford to have taken place.  Mr Crawford states that the  magistrate fined accused #750,  and handed the same to Mr Davidson, and continues by asking,  <'[ would like to know if this man  is paid a salary by the government, or does he adopt these con  emp'iblc ways to make it?''  In reply to tins - base in������inun������  tion, I beg to say that the party  in fjitet-tiou i,; paid a salary by the  govern'.iteut and that he gets uo  pnt'initci ifM,       ri\-n e\lV     t-l,>, >v������     fit-  ,'!J;i*lbijj^' o. a J3kc iwliiK' Uviu]of  out of any fine or eons imposed  hy any judge or magistrate in the  province. That it is lhe duty uf  1 he uingis'rafc to hand all fines  and costs levied to the countable,  who in turn pays the same into  the   utYfc*. of   the  (iovcrniueut  Af������/'Ht,  U Mr Crawford has any doubts  as ������o tlii? disposal uf this   $7.50,  1      MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8e   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  H. Hak&nishiy Prajp;  Jvt_-._t.il.ji.jl.,-iiiictiiliilli_ufut. "*  .    ������������������GENERAL REPAIRING 0$?-= ��������� .       *: -'  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc/Etc.  Plumbing Done.  Bicycles for Sale  , and Hire*.  POVUox 360 '  ������  (al  '0  Local agent for  Cleveland. Massey-Hanis  and Per/ect bicycles. ,  Telephone 7ro,.  Ageuts for Pilsener Brewing Company's'I)KER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of,  Wines and Liquors.  a  SECOND   STREET  There is another matter for Mr  Crawford to consider,", aud it is  this: A constable is*precluded  from replying, through newspapers, to letters published,criti-  ensing his actiou as a government  official. I The only manly course  to pursue,would be t^report the  matter to. the authorities who  have control over provincial constables, aud 'hus give the coip  stable au opportunity of defending himself.  Any other course,   andei the  circumsrances, is on a par wijlT  binding's maw 'securely and th^u  administering a sound beating,:.';  Yours, &c,, j  Fairpi,AY. *,  $20 REWARD  BENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE  iNUKP^NDENT-OUDEl^-OL^  LIO^S TO INSTITUTE LODGE  "^    IlERl'V '',.;  Mv. Chits. S. Moris, Proviiicial  Deputy Organizer for 'Vancouver  Ibluud, is in tnwu for tlie purpose  nf organizing tin* above ordor. and  shiow Jijrt arrival linn siicceedol 111  i-ettitis: 50 CHiididiitei* for the or-  der. Atnonj; tlu������iii are a mini bur  of prominoiit buiiiiioi*s inoti, who  have signiiitid t!tt*ir intentions of  becoming uiiMiihers of the order,  and have pledged their ernest t*np  port in milking this order tho Banner one of the city. Although  there in competition in the Held  for the Fraternal liotiorf, Orgnn-  izMi- Morris \vu������ hint in tho field tn  start, and in tho 48 hours after"  his arrival hi) had succeeded iu  signing 3o ettndiihites and expects:  to lmvo 100 caiiriidiiteN on thu  night oi! institution, which will he  held on Monday  night'Oct. Kith.  The order is* only ������ Year old.  and oiiico the iimugtiriiHon it lias  pvogi'ertMtvl nnd .vlvutired C"ti siiler  ably. It now hottfitH nf having  the largoot order of its age fiiiun-  clully nud finciitllv   in the   world.  For further pnrtienlnrR about  this onlor, cull at A. Mi'Kinnell'ft  store or write to box 18,   and   it  will ho roftpt'ctfully given.  Ajeward of $20 is offered for  information that will lead to the  conviction of tlie party or parties  who removed a rudder, gasoline  tank,- and some pipe fittings trom  my boat which ia lying^on the  beach near Rov's.  Thqs. R. Bate.  Cumberland", B.C., Oct, 3rd, '11,  Comos V'air was n greater sucr  cess this jcar titan last, larger,  numbers being in attendance and  the ������ate receipts were considerably iu advance of last year.  The exhibits were well up to the  .1'/,   1.  'ilnr.  rccci  J^l  r-f  J"  or  MM'^ay,     \2-if,  isanaimo, aud  li.it of Mic {n'ti.c mmiciis iu Uic  sporling events, we nre unable  to publish it.  Coroner Ahrniim leTt for Camp,  ball Hivur on Tuowlny last, to hold  Mi\y. A po^tnuirtein dinelni������ed the  fact, t)i������it tliu t'/iu������c of dentil wm  or any o������h������ fine or costs for that!fiilHt^eniont of the Iteint, Tho  mnititr, lie has but 10 ask the Lu^^J was a twtivrt of Kugland,  Government Agent, who wiSl'},inl wm 50 year* ������������f nge. Mr.  ittUtiMUUtfc my slHtemenl as toj M.ruuiR rctnmpd to to^VU ������tt Kri-  ���������he disposal tlwrcaV [dny,  TENDERS will be rtceived up  to Siitimlay.' Oct. 7th, for the  huilditigii of -11 third- storv addition tM my .building .on , Diins-  111 ������ii 1* Avttiitie. Plans and speei-  fieations may he'seen at-tny ofHce.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  ���������_���������, __������������������Vict"rJJonoba. ~  DISSOLUTION' OF PARTNER-  .   SHIP,  TAKK NOTICE that the nnrt-  nership existing b'Mween ,R. lior-  nal and A. Maxwell in connection  with the Star Liv������vy Stable iu the  Ciiy of OmnhtM'hin^ litis b< en dissolved a������ of the 15 dtiy of Septem  her.  All del������ts duo the firm up to  and including Septcenibei' loth,  1911.are the joint prootrty of R.  Ilorual and A. Maxwell and the  samo tuny he paid to A Maxwell  who is authorized to give receipts  for tlie pm ne.  All debts contracted by the  firm up to and including thu abovo  mentioned thite in nut bo presented  within thirty diiyn to A. Maxwell  wim will satisfy tho snnic, on my  behalf.  .!>, Linrniil will not he responci-  ble for nny debt's contracted " in  ci'iTMice'tiou will) the snid Livery  Sliible liufiimw 011 ninl iifter the  13th, day of 'September 1911.    ���������  R.  llOUNAI..  COAST LAND DISTItlST,  District of ���������Const.'  taKk NOTKKthat Duvidcon Wnrd  Co,, Ltd., nf Longhborn Inlol, orcti-  pinion liinili.irinnn. intend 10 applv  for j.ormix.-inil to ptnchii'-c iltnfnf'  U������i\'iiiu;df-t<cril*0'i liuub: Oomnieiic  ii.m'iu a po������t j .'In mod ������ui tlm ������outh  Hide nf Ilmdwick ri-hmd 11 hunt 20  ohnins from hlmre, th������ncc on the  en*4 boniulnry line of hni'-o lo������  nmrkflil 5ft H 11 Mj thonoo north 20  chnirii>. thonco(Mift20(,hiiin������'thpiiflfl  iiftrih 20 nnaiito, thoncn ongi 30  pIihIhu, tluncB Month 40 ilmitti������,  thenco wwm 50 chninn, linolt to j'bi<v  nf cornnienoiMUont, oont.tinittg K0  teres more or les^, *    '  Oavidhum WaiidOo. hTnl  F 8 Ward, agont  JMlf'd  All������UBt vill, i'Jii.  ������������������i uiiu 11���������.111111111 11 ������anfc���������  NOTICK U hmhy u\v*n   tlmt an tha  flr������t ilny of DuoomlMrnoxt n|)|illoelin will  I 1      I 11 l>   I    I "������   ,   ������        I     .V  h'H-   U.4*^.i������L    V'        *.������S>       J>^t^l..M.>6^44t,.    ^-.       ������   .it  vlneinl Pullivi Viotorin, for n riim wnl ������f  tlio hotel town* to nil Yqnon l������y rotnll  ^V%Ai*A^^V������*^^A^NAA\>yVM(  If you want Cheapest and Best pa.rouise-^  K ABE & Co.  ,    ]^o. 5 Japanrsr Town,  Flue Groceries, Dry Goods,  " Candy, Fruits Etc., Etc.   /.  I have 3 fine Paths, complete, white" enamelled ware, ������ood quality, eos.t ^45.00 each,-  Now $35.00 each  ^iiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiqiiiiiiiiiiiuiHiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiuiiaiiuiiiw ^  ��������� Capital $6,200,000. ���������   I-    Swerve $7,a00;ocd  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER   THE    WORLD.  1 SPECIA& ATTKNTION paid to SAVINdS ACCOUNTS & inie.ieu  at highest Current Rates'tilinwal on Deposits of $1 ajuljipwuuib.  CUMBERLAND, B. C., Branch, Open Daily.  UNION WHARF. B. C.,   Sub-Erach, Open ThuiBdayB  D, M, MORRISON, Manageri ' j  COUSTENAY,   H   0 ,    B:anch,   Open Daily.  W, HOFF, Manager.  iiniwianiiiuiiiiBiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiiRiiniiiiii  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR    .   .   ��������� ���������  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCNG  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  *  =V. BOJlOI^As  CUholcsalG Dealer in WINES, LiIQUOR tk &EB^  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE SO....  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spring in ihe history of Coitaox  District that the local demand for eggs has ,been  equal'to the supply. Nothing pays belter'.,than.,  poultry, if they are rightly managed. Begin  wiilv.t'hc little fellows and fi-ed them CHICK-  Kpp.D, whicli is a mixture of bone meal, wltout,  oats, cdrit and oihur grain, cut and blended' iii  the right proportion to  make them thrive'nud  grow.    For sale by M  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   ��������� Courtenay,  UKALEIUN KI.OUU AND FEBI).  [������ESI]  v  V  SECOND-HAND AUTOS FOR SALE  ^  tamamam  f  il  n  One 4-cyUnder.HUICK,,  complete with top, glass  front,, speedometer,  electric side and tall  lamps, aiid acetylene  head lights.' eQ--A  Price       $0J>U  nn Itiqui'st ou the .cumins of John '������ W������-������ '"tol k'"wn a,,">8 M������ln������piim Ko.  MMillfhrook who m������ found drad *\m"**?\M*lKfL,PaKMT,,UU!'  .   '       ,     ,                  ,             ., Dutoil Hi-iitoiibflr SI, 1011.  in hn filuu'k nt thnt plin'c on Mori  KOTlflR U btrnhy givrn llmtoii iftnf\r*i  H������y nl U.cimilicr m-xt ������p|ilic������tii>n will lie  iiikiln t������ th* Ruprrinlf ti(l������nt ot fWlnoUl  rolio#, Vietnru, fi-rth* r<naw������l nf tht ho-  tfl lianttM tn ������*11 liqnon hy rntiil In tlm  )) ttillooiiu aa Oit- h'iru* hnla), kiumltr] *%  Comcx. B.C. V'ujw*-*!,* M Cue**.  D������U.l OotuUir 3, 1911.  ' fJ.*'-'*������.l������������.lli***_4l,a*,  One car same as above,  with head, side and tail  lamps, genera  tor, etc. Price  $750  One a-cyliuder IJtiick, ao  39 lit)*., K������������erntor l*������M)S  top wiud-shicld/AwrA  etc,, only ip/OU  One Ford car* ^-scoter,,  complete and iu good  order, with fine ftlfwv  tires, only.... JpOUV  One air-cooled Franklin,  complete with -wind,  shield, head, side -and  tail lumps, generator;  etc.   This is n .pcylitO  ���������'���������Sy:?>"f:j750-  One kover'6 hp. st-pass-  enger car, battery nnd  magneto ignition, (ires  iu fine order, car in  splendid shape, *iaa  only.........  -y4UU  >{  I  II  n  ^  THOS. PL!MLEY.  Orpict AND STOW 730YATE8 ST..       VirTOC3IA     tt f*  OAWAOK.727 JOHNSON ST.. VIOIUWIA,   r3.W  ������������������If you get i* nt PHntley'n it's AU. ttioirr."  p 8-W������ Do Knpalring  .1  ..OHNIM  mm  ���������I  ii


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