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X    i ^-*sf   if   'f  *   4W=/.:&  , J  ^  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox Oiatrict.  The News, Nineteenth -Year.  CUMBERLAND   B. C,    TUESDAY,   OCT.  24th,  :9n  Subscription ������:.*.;;- a Ykau,  The Store  of Quality  The Store  Of Quality  THE BIG STOR.E  Shoes that Fit and Stay Fit  Every person likes their  feet to look nice���������and so.  they will as long as your  shoes are new, but you cannot always be buying new  shoes all the time.  $       YOU   WON'T   HAVE  TO if yon wear the  FOR  SLATER SHOE  It is the Shoe with the reputation aud combines COMFORT  "and WEARING QUALITIES  with STYLE.  H  ��������� Our'slock'is Large and in al] %  the LATEST STYLES.  We ������  dou't care   how inanv vou trv  on.      .We "want yoiflo lmve  every satisfaction in both comfort and style.  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Furniture  UPPLIES  Baths,  Liavatories,  Plumbing &  Plumbing  Supplies  TRY THE  T.E. Bate, Cumberland.  Simon Leiser & Co., pd  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Locals.  Friday's mail by S.,S. Cowich-  an will arrivo (it 12 noon iind close  at 12.15 j) in. sharp.       .  FOI.I SALE���������lioive, buggy and  harness, cheap. Apply L, A,  Mounce, Cumberland, 15. C,  FORSALE���������Two4-rooiuhoii.  ses on   Dorwont Avenue.   Price  ������1300 for  tho   two,    Apply   K  Aidn, tailor, Dnnsmuir Avenue.  . Dr. Korr, dentist, will visit  Union Bay Oct. 25th, to 28th,  Coniox, Oct, 29th, to Nov. 2nd,  Courtenay, Nov. 2nd, to lOlh,  Cumberland, 10th, to 20th.   ,  Mr, II Gilott loft by Friday's  bout on I'buto for Tncoiim, Wash,  Miss Milliliter, the solo pianist, of Montreal, will be Ihe star  attraction nt the City Hall, Monday evening.  The Itev, Knox Wright, re-pro-  sentativo of tho British and   For  cign   Iii liio  Society,  will occupy  tlio pulpit   in   Grace   Methodist  Church noxt Sunday evening.  ���������  '.   ' 0��������� -���������  Tho Chinese robbery wise wns  tl'iCv.   bcfuly   Mn^OHiuio   wiUlliUllt.  on Salimhiy hist, nn<) ivniilUii] in  the acq nil tal of the Italian who  was suspected of being one of the  throe guilty parties. The m������gin-  trnte did not crin������ider flm (iv;M<u.u,<.  sufficient to warrant committal.  Rev, ITond, of Sitniiuorliind,  bus nceoptud the call to the pun-  torato of 8t, George's Presbyterian, church here, ami will out������r  ntion bin duties about fho fjivt of  November.  Cumberland.  Tlio benevolent   Protective Order of Lions  organized   a   lodge  heroin TC nf P. Hull, on   Thurs  day night last, with u membership  of 31.  EXTEND E. 4 It.  Tlio work of grading a section  of the E. & N. railway's east  const extension i'or fully 40 miles,  lying between McBride Junction,  where the Alberni line leaves the  main road, and and a point beyond. Union Bay, has been award  od'to tlio Woatholui Lumber "Co ,  one of Victoria's most eiiterpr is  ing contracting Urine.  The announcement wns made  last night, Mr, K. .Mnrpolo, vce-  prusidont, of the K. AN. company,  having como to Victoria to con  i'or with local oillcitili* regarding  the .'natter on Tuesday. Arriving at a decision ho returned to  the mainland lust night,  Camps will be established along  the von to of the right-of-way by  the lirst of the mouth, according  to the niaiiiigenient of 'the West-  holm Lumber Company, It is  lhe intoutkm to use the utmost do.  spntch in carrying through the  undertaking, Five or six hundred  men will be employed and aa little  time ns possible will bo lost in  preparing tho road for the steel.  ���������Nauaiino Horn Id of Oct, 20th,  A. N. Mownt. publisher of the  Nauaiino  Herald,    11,   Forcimer,  Al Davis and Geo. Frost, arrived  ,,, ri 1 1.. 1   1   1 .        1     i'  .,/..   i >>\,,i-,..���������.S   i.i.-M,     o>     mi,.i>     I mill  ��������� ������  Nanninio. Tlu������y eaino to assist  in tho organization of the Lion.,  lodge, Mr, Mownt favored this  olllee with a call, which wo very  much appreciate,  in  asanmtmi-m-rm&mmilt-iZimt  Mr. nnd Mrs Samuel Calhoun,  of Sandwich, li, C., winh 119'to  tleuy the report that their farms  J1S nnd iV) nro nr (.ver weio for  sile. Tlicy have mi .intention ������������f  parting with these propertien,  The Young Britons' masquerade  ball which came off. Fiiday night  ast, was, as usual, well patronized  and enjoyable, We cannot honest  ly sny it was the best yet, for we  link that they have had considerably better masquerades. There  was a marked lack of fancy costumes, and too much of the ragged  and tough make-up, A hobo  character or two is all right for  variety. Imt'whon they predominate it pa takes a littlo loo much of  Iho 'rough house' element.. Wo  realize that it is difficult to control  or keep in chock those who come  for the purpose of making us nu ch  noise as they can; and while it  may be amusing to them, it is an  annoyance and by no means enter,  faining to the spuetnt >rs.'  The hull, without much extra  expense, could have been niailo  much more attractive, and a lire in  the early part of thoeveniug would  have kept the cold chills from  chasing cachi other up and down  Your buck. The revolver shots  that rang out from lime to timo  were not sootliing ur'quieting to  tlie nerves; ns r-onie in our near  vicinity gave evidence Tliu music  wus all thut could have been do-  i-uvl] nnd Mr A Walker ���������.-> iU.  n.'.i.'^go;' i.i l-i he uongr.Hu la ted  on the nbl-j and acceptable way ho  filled that important position,  Tin following is 11 list of tlie  prize winners:���������  Best dressed lady���������itMrs T Kick  son.  Best dressed gent- J Boyd,  B('>t  Top*}' 1'   Uol"'l'ts'0!|,  Best Clown���������,1 Thompson.  Prize waltz���������Mrs Jijcksen and  ft Baitey.  Best sustained ch'iraetor--~lst,  Jack KuniMiy; 2nd Belle MeLelhui.  Two rttvji ������W Shu.ouv iii.d Kali-  McNeil.  riCKL/^i^ai'S  TEAM TO. OPEN SERIES  No. 5 Thistles, our representative, foiiitb'all team, in tlie B. C.  League, will leavo on Saturday  next to piny Nanaimo United at  Nanaimo c>u Sunday tjie 20th inst.  and 'a Victoria 'team at Victoria on  Monday, 30th inst. The team is  comprised of the following: ���������  Goal��������� J. Clarke. "  Backs���������J, Strang and M Hinds.  Half bucks���������A Cairns, T Hinds  and R McLean,  Forwards���������T Carney, A Iloolh  man, J, Orr, O, Harrison and J .  Williams.  Reserves���������A Good in an and T,  liurd.  John Dickson, trainer,  Cuniherlainl opens and closes  the series of 10 games; 8 games  awny and 8 at home.  It Ib expected that quite a few  will journey tu Naniiiinoto witness  the first game of tiie series. We  wish the boys success,  Some of the departments in  our public school hav beeu closed  011 account of diphtheria, several  new cases having developed recently.  "IHECORNER STORE |  ���������*uwmwMfc>UMMM^,��������� ���������,  _. 1,||||||BB|W||| ,  TIT  (6-  TOR   OUR  GREAT  ���������fo  ������v  ������p  &  <fr.  to  ������  t,  it  ft-  ft  FOE   PAY-DAY,  AND  WEEK   FOLLOWING-  .���������*"  '���������������  ���������    JL  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  ������  *>  ft-  ftl-  to  fiSr  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  ���������^____SlR_EDMUND_WALKERrC.V.O.>-LL-Ib.rD;C:t=rPRESlDENT J   ALEXANDER LAIRD, General PVIanageh  CAPITAL. - $10,000,000 REST, -   $8,000,000  TH ^.SAYINGS BARK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $1 and  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. There is iio  delay in withdrawing the whele or any portion of the deposit* Small  deposits are welcomed. A2J4  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor.- A joint 'account  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of Ihe money  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  his wife, or for others depending- upon him, in the event of his death.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH..'.....' .W. T.   WHSTE.  J/Ltumg  LOCAL MASONS AUTO TO  ALBERNI.  Mayor McLeod, G. W, Clinton  and other prominent Masons of  this city, loft on Thursday last by  auto for Alborni, to organize a  masonic lodge. The lodgo starts  with a membership of fifteen,  which number promises to ���������be  very considerably increased in the  near future, Tlie party letnrnoil  ionic on Thursday, and rporr. n  very enjoyable ride and a most  leiirty reception at Alberni,  Tho assault, ease, .Rowan, complainant, nnd Maoris, defendant,  wns tried   before   Magistrate Ab-  Threop-stop���������ll Uuiley aud iv,  McNeil.  Special prize advertising Voung  IJritons���������Misses Milligan and 11,  McLellnn.  Best nflverlising character���������  Miss Cun li flo.  Most comienl gent���������A Jones,  Most comical lady���������Mrs J (Jib  ran.  Ilest national character���������W,  Haines,  P. Dematis, who has been wi>rk  ing on tho Donorn building,   foil  from the roof, and was   Ivibly in  j 11 rod,    He was,takon to the hospital,  rams on Tuesday  case was dismissed,  evening.  Tin  The Fire llrigado will tender a  farewell smoker to Mr, Ir.", Garlics in lheir hall on Wednesday evening, the ������'olli inst, All  firemen are requested to bo prec.  ent. Mr. Chimes and iiimily will  leave for the American side on  Friday morning,  Dr. and Mrs. Gillespie arrived  hurriedly Iioiu.t on Monday night  from Vancouver,   caused  bv  tho  a  inking ill of their dunght DoUio  with diphtheria. The family is  in quarantine,  ru* fh~~*  ftf " " ma, Mt Wi* ������ i-im rtK,  iiiiWmh  A like r.injje of Meii't, Fine Tailotcd  Cloihfis in r.sivv bhicrind lil.nk Surges for Fall  wei^hls ,tl $i8.m������ in .125.on;  Heavy Tuu'il ,,nil Ci.ivuniitii! Oieicoati  with "I'rc'bio" collnrs, al $12.50 10 $15.00.  Lmiie   111   anil   hcc  our miiu^io lor il.c  I   M(i;.   f!u.,   1 ii!.,   iiuili'-io-inr.istur*  Imm  "mssttziftmiii^lti  ^������������������^^���������t^mm^nm^^^^ THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ;������������MM0������������������?������MM������������������������O������������������������  Tie  l=Up  A Romance of Arizona  Novelized From Edmund  Day's Melodrama 0*  0**  ; By  JOHN   MURRAY   and  MILLS MILLER.  amamrrttM. M08,  by O. W. DOlta*-  ham Co,  ^^'llm^%\-tmaS*aia.mhmm\A������aih  (Continued.)  at the piano,  it's because  "or uiarf.vin'  I liut?"   she  Echo rcsoa led  herself.  fingering Un* Uo.vs,.  "How are you gelling ou wltb Bud?"  she asked I lie younger girl.  "We don't gel un a Utile bit." sne  .snapped. "Bud never seems to collect  much revenue, an" we just keep trot-  tin' slow-like. Wish 1 was married an'  bad a home of m.v own."  "Aren't you happy with father aud  mother?"  Polly glanced at I������-ho. with a smile.  "Lord, yes," she replied, "iu a way,  but I'm only a pi>or relation! Your  ma was my ma's cousin's cousin' or  loniethin' like that."  Echo laughed. "Nonsense," she retorted. "Nonsense. You're my dear  sister and the only daughter that's at  the old home now."  "But 1 want a home of my own like  this," said Polly.  "Then you'd better shake Bud and  give Slim a cbnuee."  Polly was too disgusted to,, answer  at once. "Slim Hoover���������shucks' ,i?Iiiii  doesn't care for girls. Ue'i; afraid of  >io," she said at '.engin. "I like-find  with all his orneriness." she declared  "Why doesn't he come' to see yov-  more often?"  "1 don't know.    Maybe  fte's never forgiven you  Jack."  "Why   should   he   mind  asked, startled.  "Well, you know," she answered between stitches, drawing the needle  through the cloth with angry littlo  jerks. "Bud he never quite believcl  Dick was dead."  Echo rose hastily. Tbe vague,' haunting half thoughts of weeks were crystallized on the instant. She felt as if  Dick was trying to speak to her front  out of the great beyond. With a shud-  ���������er she sank Into a chair at the table  opposite Polly.  "Don't." she said, her voice scarcely  ���������tbbve-a-whisper^I-can-t-bear-to^besi1  film spoken of.   1 dreamed or nun tue  other night���������a dreadful dream."  Polly was delighted with this new  mystery.  It was all so romantic!  "Did you?   Let's hear "It."  With unseeing eyes Echo gazed  ���������straight ahead, rebuilding from her  dream fabric a tragedy of the desert  in which the two men who had played  so great a part In her life wore the  actors.  "It seems." she told, "that I was in  the desert, such a vast, terrible desert,  where the little dust devils eddied nnd  ���������wlrled and the merciless sun !>eat  down until It shriveled up every growing thing."  Polly nodded her head sagely.   ,,  ���������Thnt's the way tho desert looks, and  ao water."  ' Kcbo pnld no heed to tho Interruption. Hor. face been me wan and lingi  gard ati in her mind's eye she saw the  weary wnste of waterless land quiver  and Hwlm under the merciless sun.  Kot a tree, not a blade of grass, not a  slpu of life, broke the monotony of  crumbling oIIITh and pinnacled rocks.  Onward nnd ever onward stretched  yellow ridges and alkali whitened ru-  Tinea, blinding tho eye and parching  the thront.  "Then I Raw a 'man staggering toward ������ie," she continued,   "ills fuee  j himself to  ms reet.  he came towara  me with his arms outstretched.   Then  I another   form   appeared   between   us.  [ fighting to keep him back. Tbey fought  . there under the burniugisuti in the hot  I dust of-the desert until at last one was  t crushed  to earth.    The victor'raised  j his face to mine, and���������it was .lack."  Echo buried her face in ber hands.  Dry   sobs   shook    her   bosom.     Awe  stricken,    folly   gazed   at   the   overwrought wife.  "Phew!" she laughed to shake off  her fright. "That was a sure enough  nightmare. If .I'd a dream like that  I'd wake up the whole house yappln"  like a coyote." ;    ���������  As the commonplace ever intrudes  upon the unusual, so a knock on,the  door relieved the tension of the situation. It was Slim. He did not wait  for an invitation to enter, but. opening  the door, asked, "Can I come in?"  "Sure, come in!" cried Polly, glad to  Ilnd any excuse to shake olT the depression of Echo's dream.  "Howdy. Mrs. Payson? Just come  over to see Jack," was the jolly sheriff's greeting.  "He's down at the corral." she Informed him.  Mrs. Allen hurried in from the kitchen at this moment, calling: "Echo,  come here an' look at this here cake  It looks as if it had beeu sot on."  Echo closed the lid of the piano aud  called her mother's attention to the  presence of Slim Hoover.  "How d'ye do. Slim Hoover? You  might have left some of that dust outside."  The sheriff, was greatly embarrassed  by her chiding. In his ride from  Florence to the Sweetwater the alkali  and sand stirred up by the hoofs,of  the horses had settled on his hat and  waistcoat so freely that his clothing  had assumed a neutral gray tone,  above which his sun tanned face and,  red hair loomed like the moon in a  fog. Josephine's scolding drove him  to brush his shoulders witli his hat,  raising a cloud of dust about his  head. ,  "Stop it!" Mrs. Allen shouted shrilly.  "Slim Hoover, if your brains was dynamite you couldn't blow the,..top of  your head off!"  Polly was greatly amused by Slim's.  encounter with the cleanly Mrs. Allen.  Slim stood with open mouth, watching Mrs. Allen flounce out of the room  after Echo, who was trying in vain  to suppress her laughter. Turning tc  Polly, he said, "Ain't seen you in some  time."        ~ '������������������.'',  Slim was thatjkful that the girl was  seated at the table with her back to  him. Somehow or other he found he  could speak to her more freely when  ���������he was nnt looking nt him.    ���������''��������� -  bothered    today���������a|j   the  things," saucily aifvisod tl  "En?" he grunted.  "What did he die of?" she repeated.  "Five aces." was tlie sober reply of  the sheriff before he drained "ihe gourd.  Polly pur the broom back of the door  aud   was  rearranging the articles  on ,  the table before Slim could muster up j  euough courage to speak on the topic  which  was always  uppermost  In his  mind when in her presence.  "Say. MTss Polly"- he began.  "If you've anything  to say  to me,  Slim  Hoover, just  say  it.    I can't be  he   fixin's   an'  he girl.    v  ."Well, .what I want to say Is"��������� began the sheriff.   .  At this'moment-Bud Lane, laboring  under heavy excitement, burst open  the door.  "Say. Slim, you're wanted down at  the corral," he cried, paying no heed  to Polly.  "Shucks!" exclaimed lhe disappointed .sheriff.   "What's the row?"  "1 don't know. Buck McKee, he's  there with some of the l.asry K outfit.  They want, to see yon."  Slim threw himself out of the door.  with' the mild expletive, "Darn the  luck!" T  Bud turned quickly to Polly. "Did  Jack pay off the mortgage last week?"  he almost shouted at the girl."'.,  Polly stamped her foot In anger-at  what seemed to her to be a totally'lr-  THIS BANKER'S HOBBY  H.  H.  GROFF   IS Jx  WIZARD  GLADiOLUS GROWING.   "  AT  Simcoe Man His Made a Specialty of  the Cultivation of Difficult Variety  of Flowers and. His Fame Has  Traveled Far From His Home Town  ���������Is an Adept at Producing Beautiful   New .Colors.  ���������'It wn* nick."  wtin while and drawn, his lips cracked  tlliO  JiltrctH-U.    .No'*   iiliU  \uvit it*'   'm-uiii  ���������tumble und fall nud lie there on IiIh  face iu the hot sand, digging Into It  with bin bony lingers, Keeking for water."  Echo mIiuI her eyes ns if to blot out  the picture. Ilu reullty nlnioHl overpowered her,  "Kuddenly he raised hln (-yen to  mine." she icmiinrd nfier n panne.  "II  "That's so?" she challenged. "Come  to the birthday?"  "Not regular," he answered.  Polly glanced at him over her shoulder. The look was too much for Slim.  He turned away to hide his embarrassment. Partly -recovering from his  bashfulness, he coughed preparatory  to speaking. But Polly had vanished.  As one looks sheepishly for the magician's disappearing coin, so Slim  gazed nt floor and celling as if the girl  might pop up anywhere. Spying an  empty chair behind him; he sank Into  It gingerly and awkwardly.  Meantime Polly returned with a  broom and began sweeping out the  evidences of Slim's visit. She spoke  again.  "Get them holdups yet that killed  'Old.Man' Terrlll?" she asked.  "Not yet., But we hnd a new shootln'  over'n our town yesterday."  Slime waa doing his best  to make  conversation.    Polly did not help hira  out very freely.  "That so?" wns her reply. '  "Spotted   Tnyior   shot   two   Chlnn-  men."  Polly's curiosity wns nrouscd.  "What for?" she nsked, stopping hei  sweeping for n moment.  "Just to give the new grnveynrd n  start," Slim chuckled.  Polly joined In his merriment,  "Spotted Taylor wns nlwnys a public  spirited citizen," was her comment.  "He sure was," assented Slim.  "Hot up there,  I want to sweep under Hint chnlr."   Polly brushed SIIiu'k  feet with the broom vlgoronvly,   With  nn elnliornte "Excuse mo!" Slim nrouo,  but resented himself In another chnlr  directly   In   the   pathway   of  Polly's  broom.  "(lot out of f horo. too." Hhe cried.  ."Shucks!   There nin't nny room foi  mo nowhere," he muttered disgusted"You shouldn't mice up ho much of  It."  Slim attempted to take n sent on the  Htiuill gill 'luilr which wns .lnck'fi  weddliiv present tn Echo. Polly caught  sight of lilm In time. "Look out," she  shouted, "Tlmt chnlr wnsn't built for  a full grown mini like you,"  Slim nervously replaced the chnlr  before it willing desk. Polly wielded  her* broom about the feet of the sheriff, who dn need clumsily nbout trying  lo avoid her.  "YouVe just try In' to swoop ino out  ������������������f V.-.i-i.'-," V.v i i-,:\\-hl:-vi..  "Well. If yon will brim? diwt In with  you, ynu must expect to be swept out,"  I'olly replied, with n show of spirit,  Polly wns slinking lhe uinl vigorously nl lhe door when Slim wild:  "I see Ihey burled Poker Hill (hln  morniii',"  "Is he doud?" It was the lirst Polly  had heard of the pausing nwny of one  of the charm-tors of the territory, She  had expressed her surprise In the form  of nn liiteri'ogiilion, emphasizing the  ���������'he," a i-nl|n(|ulnl|MUi of the south.  wc4.  had chosi n to l-jnore  speech   and,   with   a  "Five aces," was the sober reply nf the  sheriff.  relevant question to the lovemaking  she expected. "How do I know?" she  angrily replied. , "If that is all you  come to see me for you,can go an' ask  him.   It makes me so dojjgone mad!"  Polly, with flushed face and knitted  brow, left the bewildered Bud standing in tlie center of the room asking  himself what it wns allabout.  The. sound of the voices of disputing  men floated In from the corral. Bud,  heard them and comprehended its significance.  "It's all up with me!" he cried In  mortal terror, "Ruck McKee has stirred up the suspicion against Jack  Payson. ' Jack paid off his mortgage.  -fcnd-they���������want-to-know-where.he-rai������.  ed the money-. Well. Jack can telL  If he can't I'll confess the whole business. 1 won't let him suffer for me.  Buck shan't let an innocent man hang  for what we've done."  The sound of footsteps on the piazza  ind the opening of the door dWye Bud  to take refuge in an adjoining room,  where he could overhear all that was  happening. He closed the door as the  .-owpunchers entered, with Slim at  their head  (To be continued.)  It is a truism that practically every  I community possesses at least one genius. A traveler who goes from point  to point in Canada with his eyes open  can soon assure himself that this is  the case. An inventor here, a breeder  there, an author in this town and a  scientist in that, abundantly demonstrate that genius is widespread, and  that oftentimes a town or > village  owes its fame to the work of a single  individual.  If anyone should set out to prove  for himself that' mis is the case, and  if in his travels he snould come across  the town of Simcoe in .Norfolk County,  inquiries made from the local station,  agent, hotelkeeper or newspaper pub-!  hsner would uisclose the. fact' thut  Sinicoe's outstanding "genius was a  bank manager, H. h'.-liroff by name,  and that tne town was very proud of  him. sayc W. A. Cruick in The Saturday Globe. Not as a banker, however,  has he attained prominence, else he  would probably long ere this have become either general manager or president of his bank, but as a breeder  of flowers���������a veritable plant wizard-  has his fame gone abroad. If tha  traveler shoula lurtner .have the  good fortune to come to Simcoe in  August he would not be long within  the borders of the town before he received tangible evidence of the  achievements of the banker-florist, for  the gardens of the place are full of  the flowers to the development oi  ,which he has given his attention; the  'hotels are, charged with their fragrance; and through the streets boyij  may be seen wheeling barrows full of  them.  In childhood Mr. Groff took on a  load of ballast in the shape of & love  GARDEN LORE.  Water Lily Beds In Place of Ordinary  ': ,     Flowers.  It is a fad of the summer to have &  water Iiiy bed In place of an ordinary  flower bed. Aud this Is by no means  Impossible if an adequate supply of  water Is available, and with a little  study and tbnt deiiree of attention one  naturally bestows upon anything in  which one is Interested there Is ev-  ery hope of success. An Inexpensive  plan is to arrange the tubs In connection with a rockery, a large tub In. the  center being placed a little higher than  the others nnd connected by pieces of  rubber hose, so that the overflow from  the large one runs from one to the other, thus changing the witter. Then  the space arotiud the tubs may be tilled  with rich soil held In plnoeoby large'  stones. In which foliage and flowering  plants suited to the position eau be  planted.  Another arrangement for growing  aquatics is a lank or basin built of  bricks, nnd cemeuted 'about two feet  deep and six feet In diameter sunk In  the lawn In n sunny position or on rue  south side of a wall or building. If  means can be provided for emptying  the tank from the bottom and a waste  pipe near the top for overflow It is a  simple mntter to run in fresh water  occasionally to prevent stagnation.  When the surface is furnlslted witli  leaves, however, it is generally only  necessary to replace what Is lost by  evaporation, and then it must be sun  warmed before adding It. A compost  of good rich loam is suitable for the  growth of oil kinds of aquatic plants,  it should be about six inches deep in  the tank and covered'Vttb a layer of  clean sand or pebbles, tbe latter belug  sprinkled In some time after planting.  SIGNS AND HABITS  OF HEALTH IN HORSES  "   PETRIFIEDJREES..  The "Stone Forest" One of California'*  Natural Wonders.  California, among mnny other natural  Wonders, contains n "stone forest"  This Is located in Sonoma ox>unty, only  a few miles froiu tbo little resort of  CallBtoga Springs. This "forest" con-  slats of n great many petrified trees,  all of which aro prostrate.  In respect to tbo great number ot  petrified trees nnd their Immense size,  tbti California "stono forest" surpasses  tbnt of Arizona.   Strange to say, very  littlo is known nbout these wonderful   Sonomn  county  pctrlfactlous���������Bo  far an tho general public Is concerned.  Many of theso trees nro of enormous  size.   Tho famous "Queen of the For-  ost" Is a prehistoric redwood about  eighty foot long nnd nearly twelve feet  in din meter.    It has been broken In  Severn I places, nnd those breaks nro as  clean as If eut off with a saw.   A tree  has grown up through one of tbo breaks  and lins attnlned qulto a Inrgo bIzo.  Another ginnt tree known ns tho "Monarch" lies nonr by, wbloli is nlmost  ninety  feet  long  and  Is  without  a  break.   This tree Is a Hr, and averages  ton feet In diameter!'   Not fnr nwny Is  another ginnt son of the forest���������a redwood thnt Is about sixty feet long and  nlno foot In diameter.   This tree Is  broken into mnny hundreds of pieces;  yot It retains Its shape almost perfectly.    Rcutterod about for tho nron of  sevcrnl acres nro mnny other pieces of  petrifaction,   Ho perfect has been the  transmutation Into stono that tho grain  of the wood still romolns very clour,  end tbo vnrloty of tho troo mny bo ens  Jly determined -Hclontlllc Aiuorlenu.  It  An   Irish   "Resldoncd,''  miiil in   court  circles  1i ... .i.  hoing  ii     ���������    m       r"  Villi.    ...-      iVi.ff.    ....���������<    ������������.���������������'.,     it'i.tti.     i. -  .  conic n project for oMnhVshinrrn rnyul  residonci in Ireland, to enable thorn  to spend two or threo week* thnro in  ench year. An fs'ontial condition of  such n project would be thnt !t should  be occupied only by members nf tin  MR. H. H.  GROFF.  for floweTP and a delight in their cultivation. He was accustomed to spend  long, glorious summer ouys roaming  the woods in search of wild flowers  for naturalization in, the garden at i  home, forming as he went those theories which he has nince worked out  bo successfully in his plant-breeding.  When business called him he did not  forsake, his early attachment, but retained it as a necessary part of hi*  early life equipment, and what it  has since meant to him both mentally  and physically he is not slow to eon-,  less.  For thirty-eight, years, or ever  since he was twenty years old, Mr.  Groff has been engaged in the business of banking in Binicoe, first under his fathor in the old Fedcrnl  Bank, then 'as a private banker, and  latterly ns manager of the local  branch of the Molsons Bunk, All the  time he, has been devoting his leisum  hours to his hobby, at .lirst growing  many different kinds of flowers, but  presently giving nil his attention to  the gladiolus. His interest had become centred in this flower by noting  that its development by hybridization  seemed capable of material Improvement, Concluding thnt the , possibilities for ndvniicement were indefinite,  lie abandoned all liis other plant interests about twenty years ngo and  tore clown $2,000 worth of green.  housea, as the summer cnn- of the  hothouses interfered with his sea-  Bonnble work. lie nlso n������ve up h'm  experiments on tlie improvement of  the cumin, which he hiui udvnncud to  most grntlfiug perfection in thu  faco of adverse climatic conditions,  The gladloluH ns grown by Mr.  Groff In an outdoor plant and flower,  and each summer in liis experimental  work he cultivated three acres of  them. All these plants are hand-cultivated, us by thin menus a greater,  yield in Hoourtnl thnn by horso cultivation, so that iu the busy season ho  requires the help of from ten to fifteen hands, while he retains at leant  three men all the year round. Naturally there is heavy expense connected witli Uiu work, and he figure*!  Unit it ooritn him about $1,700 a yean  to carry on his experiments. How-,  ivcr, h.> \-! able tc maki- hi: Y.J.,ly.  pay, which iH u necesup.ry eonnidet.  uUoti. iloth in Canada and the United States hu lias representatives who  do his marketing while he devote*  himself entirely to experimentation.  Hu onco observed that there wiih no  EI/DE WATEB ItVhX.  and the water should be let in and al*  lowed to remain several days beforo  tbe plants are inserted.  Water lilies are generally planted  firmly, In small wicker baskets, thm  roots surrounded by soil, with moss  strung round to keep tbe bunch togeth-  er.__The__whole _is,t hen .dropped, t o__t he  bottom. If the growth? Is a little he-  low the surface at first tt is Immtue*  rial, as It will soon find its way up.  The water violet fbottonlni has both  Its roots and lenves floating, so merely  requires to be laid on the surfiice.  There Is nn abundance of material lu  the hnrdy section Of aquatic plants  suitable for giving variety and bemity  to homeland waters. The blue Illy  seen*ln the Illustration 1b a particularly beautiful vurlety for use ln tho  aquatic garden. r  Attitude.���������Stands witb feet flat ob  ground, limbs placed evenly side by  side, with equal bearing and weight  ou each. The horse; occasionally,  "stands at ease" by resting the hind  limbs alternately: the joints are part-,,  ly flexed, the fetlock Is knuckled, thoj  lieel raised uud the toe rests lightly]  on the ground. The fore limbs era  never so rested in health. "''  Rests at night and during the dayi  wlien undisturbed by lying down with!  tho knees nud hocks flexed and the  body inclining slightly to one side.,  Rises by raising the forequarters first,,  then gut hers the hind limbs under thai  body and springs to the upright posi-i  tion. Gait even aud rythmical move*  ment of limbs and even distribution;  of weight.  Coat.���������Sleek, flat, glossy and evenj  (no harness marks) when groomed;  jjreasy to the touch when not *  Skin.���������Supple and loose to handle;;  clean and free from scurf when groom|  ea; scurfy' when ungroomed. Pigmented (black i in most horse*. Equable warmth and sensibility to toueb  all over. '  "��������� l  Eurs.���������Mobile, alert, and evenly!  pricked. ������  Eyes.���������Eyeball bright nnd glistening,  without excess of moisture or tears j  sensitive to touch or approach of finger. Pupil transparent, in shape ova^  or oblong, with rounded ends; sensitive to iight contracting in a bright}  light nnd dilating In darkness. Whiter  of eye (sclerotic coat) clear, even.  white; not bloodshot or tinged with}  yellow or other color. Haw of the>  eye and conlunctiva (lining of eyelids).  :Rrnation red. nnd moist Eyelids moi  bile and sensitive.  Lips.���������Mobile, dry, smooth, velvety  and sensitive to the touch.  Nostrils.���������Dry, except for an occa^  slonal drop of mooisture below the>  tear duct.  Mouth.-Llnlng dull pink color, moist  and free from clnmminoss.  Teeth.���������IncUors free from cblpplna  or signs of wear, except on  nipping  molars,  even  grinding  sur-  ,        Some Points Fer Father.  Must eliminate ridicule and sarcasm  from his vocabulary.   "  Must study how to be his child'*  friend, thereby gaining control of all  the strong forces In bis* life.  Must realize thut to get tbe best re������  suits from fatherhood It Is tirst ueoes.  enry to make a votive offering of tlmt  and thought.  Must make n practice of giving on������  hour dally to bis children.  Must take uu active Interest In every  thing that enters their lives.  Must realize tbut his opinions ennnnf  possibly be Imposed upon nls ohlldron,  tbnt they are Individual souls and thnt,  though he may load them, they enn  never be driven If they tire worth tUete  suit.  Must realize thnt one of the prlnelpnl  duties of a parent to Ills child Is tho  duty of absolute truthfulness; that to  exaggerate, stnio falsely, unduly enn  phaslze. nro fnultH thnt may dewtroy  tho churneter of the child forever.  ~ The Belgian is one of tho breeds  of heavy draft horses that has  proved Its worth In the collar. The  Belgians would seem to have so  many of the General characteristics  of the Percherons, barring color,  that there Is not much room for  comparison. The same clean legs  and general makeup bring them  nearer together than any of tho  other breeds. Btill Belgians do not  seem to strike the general public so  favorably as Percherons, although  they aro very drafty In appearance  and mature early.' It may be that  the rather heavy appearance of the  head, nock and shoulder detracts  somewhat from the Belgians' popularity. The stallion shown Is a pure  bred Belgian of fine conformation.  faces, free from jnggedness at edges  nnd from decay, Gums,���������Upper bars-  level with teeth, soft and springy, bui  not tense, painful or swollen, except  during toothing. Tongue. ��������� Mobile,  moist nnd ifee from furrlness.  HoofB.-Shnpe nppronchlng tho circular on the ground surface. Tho hind  hoofs ure somewhat moro oval. Tho  natural angle at which tbo front of the  boot moots the ground nt tho toe In  nbout M) decrees In tbe forefeet, and  Kit degrees In the bind foot, the latter  being moro upright und having usually higher heols.   Wall.���������The surfneo of  That a truod fntlior's love hns nhnpei! ,he wnll Hl)011lcl ������������������ vvcn 8moolh ���������n(!  mnny a life for noble ends and thiil  an a father he Hhould accept  his re*  KpotiHlbllitlos iim tho greatest opportunity life uiim offered lilm {or lutltienci>  powor and hiiccchs,  i   /  } ..   "] .,���������������������������   >,j\ such tiling nn a perfectly yellow color  Hlltn. however,  the   manner  of  the Lord-Lieutenant or to nny mem.  ber������ of the Dublin Ciodls executive.  It is understood that Queen Mnry  would not ho nver*e from an arrangement that would ennble her to h.; for  a period with her children at nn Iri.-li  residence, n*. for example, during tin1  month <il August, bttwcun Cowch imi  the Balmoral season. Hearing ������tt  mind  the period  upeiit  by  the  hiv.'-i  in gladioli, ho he mndo it his ta������k<  to produce ono. Hearing that there'  was a wild glndioluH of an umiHually  beautiful shade of yellow to be found  in central Africa, he cast about for  means of securing it, finally-get-tin**  some conns from Sir Douglas Fox of  Wimbledon, Kngland, who had re-  oelved thorn from hi* *on, Mr. Here*-  ford Fot, then in chnrgo of the construction    of    the   caiiliU'ver    bridge  The New Dlnnsr Pistes.  It hns become thu ������JiihI||iiii in sorvfl  conversational servicu plates, hh onn  woman culled (hem. They create con.  vernation among ihu guests nt n  luncheon or dinner tnblo hetwem'  courses. A certain sot is known im  the Jungle Polk plutim, Kncli one tl>  ItistrutoH one of tho twelve storloj  which Kipling mndo fatuous not only  for children, but for grownups.  One of  the  plnies  mis  the scorn)  whero Mowgll tenscH the Hed Uog, and  another one litis the lullaby of tliu muiiii  Unt splitwh and grow strong  Anil ynu citn't ht* wrong,  An American nrtiiU invented llwn  plntos nnd did the coloring und the designs, but the china wus mndo in  l''rnnce. Tlu'.v nro not ohi'iip, for tlio  work has genuine iirtlMfle merit, but It  1������ pmhnblo Mi������it tiiny ������-tli m. wirtoiy  copied in Auierii'iin iimiseiiolds tu moro  Inexpensive tonus.  polished, free from cracks, rings or  linovcnnoss of growth. Heels brond  nnd open. Bars strong and thick, to  nfford bon ring aurfneo for heel of shoo,  frog broad, full nnd springy, free from  moisture nud footld smell; should show  Klgtis of wenr by contact with ground.  Hole dry und flukey: free from "moisture; iilwneo of softness nnd powdering texiuru, The hoof horn should bo  tough nnd yielding, not rigid, brittle  or "shelly." The off nnd nonr hoofs  nhouid bo uniform In size nud shapo.  Two Spot Ersdlestlna Items,  Candle grouse mid soiling wax an  two bothersome Ileum vrhen splotrhM  of them accidentally full on cloth* nr  clothing Cnndle irresHe comes out by  light scraping with au oH knife, whlrh  Tha Dr^J Breeds.  Rhlros and Hemuins probnbly aver-  ligo the largest nt the draff breeds,  tho former being espoclnlly Inrgo lo  frame while tho hitter Is vory thickly  nnd heavily mndo, Tho largest Per-  oborons nro n������ heavy ns nny Shires or  Holglniis. Tho SnffiilU Is gouorally w>n-  nldsred as having n  loss mixtiir* of  llhlxlii   (O.iII   IIII.I    iluifl    llffrxl       li   irtU-  Dot be ntilhorllutivHy stated thst any  draft brood W mrougor or healthier  thnn nnothor The common blnck color In   t'eroherntin  tins  resulted  from  / ������      ,     , -     *     t f t tf i ������    ���������    I ������       *    ~ . I  \t,.<. ^.<*     ������   J*wl-    .It   \.t. '-������!     *,*.    '-      k   ���������<*.'���������*       Wfc W  ***.*���������      *������ .1.^1.1**  lng stock for tunny years to meet ihe  popular ifeninnd. which for yonrs did  not favor gmy Wtu-k has been pros-  ont In the breed from Us wirlle*r history fort-lionm������ are 1111M1 rnorp common In truck i oh mi* ou ������'l'y streets bo-  ciiiiwi- moro ot tiietii uro rained und  sold ou tbe msrkot  Tr#st tho Colt Fairly.  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Pittsburg Millionaire���������"80 .there's a  hitch in,tho mnrriiigc urrnngeiuent, is  there?" "  His Grace's Solicitor���������"Yes, sir, I  .informed tlie duke that you wouldn't  let your daughter enter tho ring nt  over $1,000,000, nnd lie instructs' me  to sny to you thu*. lie nmrriod his Inst  two wives at $.'1,000,000. "Your  .daughter must make the weight or tho  wedding Is off,"���������Puck.  Lndy Visitor���������"Is there nny wny in  which these foreigners oan he made to  feel nn uplift in their live.H?"  Resident���������"Sure, lndy, thoy hns all  the uplift nnybody hero wants, They  use bombs,"--Baltimore American.  Uncle Penny wise says���������It is had  form to resent! tlio same girl twice in  the one day, Let some other leach  hern have a eliniieo,���������Louisville Cour-  ior-lournal,  "The vermiform appendix, is of no  real value to a human being, is it?"  "Well." replied Ihe physician, "it's  a good deal of a financial help to the  doctor who takes H out,"���������Washing-  ton .Slur.  CURED OFJONSTIPATON  Mr. Andrews pralast Dr.  Morts't Indian Root Pills.  Mr. George'Andrew! of Halifax, N.8.,  writes:  "For many years I have been troubled  ������r|tU chronic Constipation, This ail<  jneut ncvti coiou, t>������iK'>-''>"<������><u, ������uu I  'iwvr brrn fl victim to tii������* mnny lltnrvtee.  that constipation brings in its train.  Medicine after medicine I hnve taken in  ���������rdcr to find relief, but one ond all left  tno in the same hopeless condition. It  leetm-d tlmt nothing would expel from  u;C ih: ?-*:" ai'rf'it thot enn������r������H en tnnoti  trouble, yet at lust I read about these  Indian Root Pills.  That was Indeed a lucky day for me,  for I was so impressed with the statements made tliat I determined to  give them a fair trial,  Thsy hate rtgiflateJ my stomach an!  Uwtt*. I am tuud of constipation, and  I claim they havs a* squal as a midl-  cine."  For over half a century Dr, Morse's  Indian Root Pilts have been curing constipation and clogged, Inactive kidney*,  with all the ailments which result from  them. Tney cleans* the whole syjscm  , and tswrify the blood. Sold everywhere  . at 2������c. ��������� has 9  French Aviator Makes Some Remark-  '.-���������   able  Prophecies.  Much  lias-been written about the  utilization of aeroplanes in land war-,  fare;   but,'M. Beaumont, the   winner-  of the recent $50,000 air race, draws^a  remarkable  picture of   their   use  in./  naval engagements.   And cofrstdeTabTat  weight is lent to the  opinion of M.!  Beaumont, or rather Lieut. Conneau,,  to give  him  his   correct   name,   by!  reason of the fact that he is an ex-|  pe'rienced sailor and gunnery expert.1  In M. Beaumont's opinion, practically every warship will, in the near;  future, carry an ueTophme. He. says:;  "The aeroplane will be carried, >as a.  matter of course, in'a vessel that is I  specially adapted to accommodate it.]  There will be no difficulty about that. 1  A platform, large enough for the]  'take-off and for the landing of an  aeroplane, can easily ba installed on  the bridge of it cruiser, and still more!  easily on that of a liner.. The aero-;  plane will not be sent hundreds of  miles away from its parent ship, but,  will be used, in a sense, ns a captive|  balloon or u periscope might be.        ,  "When an exploration of the horizon is required, though, the uviator  can ascend to a great height, and,;  without going more than four or flvj'  miles from the ship,' can survey a  vast expanse of wnter. .If he signals  thnt there is smoke, or a vessel that  seems to cnll for inspection, he will  descend. The ship will then mow  close to the stispic'ous object, and  he can mnke nnothor nscant and  examination Inter on, sending his  report, in evory ease, by wireless  t'degrnphy. If nnything should go  wrong, nnd he ha* a full, it is only  a question of picking him up, with  his machine. Therj is nothing Utopian nbout this vision of the future;  it is absolutely s'niplo."  M. Beaumont does not consider that  the aeroplane- could he used, ut any  rnte meantime, ns a weapon of of.  fence. He points out thnt from tlw  height from which I hi* aeroplane  would havo to manoeuyro in order to  keep out of danger, it would bo im-  ���������msslble to release 11 bomb with certain aim even if tho target was so  Inrgo n ono mi a bnttleship of tho  hcnvl-'st type,  Theji^-is, however, another u������e to  whiffli noroplnnos can ho .put in naval  warfare. It wiih .recently demon;  strnted that it was .possible for an  aviator from n heltihf, of 1,700 feet-a  height whloh would render him prao.  tiddly immune from artillery tlro-  to gee the movements of submarine*  I HO feet below the surface of the wnter.  I Tho experiment wiih curried out recently at Cherbourg, and within a'  fow dnys nnothor French aviator sue.  oowtfully transmitted, by wlrelccs.  telegraphy, a messugo from his aeroplane to a receiver thirty miles away,  although lio wim traveling at a height  of 1,010 feet. The receiving wire en  the aeroplane wn* nearly 400 feot  iuiiK, ami *.������L������.-..������Vi^a!!y v.n-'M' "*  tho flvinp machine rWrt������, Tlie electric apparatus is worked in connection with thn aeroplane motor, and  t is hoped tl'Bt in future experiment  communication mny be possible at ������  distance, of more thnn sixty utiles.  7 ha Maegrsgtri.  thf Mncprcgora wits forbidden to  u������p th*jj family nnroe In liHKl, The  proscription wnu removed by Cbnrloa  II., only tc be inflicted ngnln lo the  reign of WI Hum and Mory. It was not  till 1822 tin I a royal license to uno tbe  nnmc wna yrnn'^t to fllr Chnrfe* Mnc-  Krt'jtor, up 10 men known as "Murray."  In thf eurl, ye<tr������ of the seventeenth  oeniury ejnry limn'* hand was ralwd  against tbU persecuted race and tbey  could Im* mutilated and alaln wiib Un-  Dunlijr.-lAJjduu Spectator.  Playing Bowls at iuo.  Mts. Rebecca Clarke, aged 108, and  Mr. R. Andrews, aged ninety-one, took  part in a game of bowls at a garden-  party given in tho grounds of Ye Old'  Five Bells, at East Finchley.  Mrs. Clarke, who.received several  congratulatory message's, from the late  King, from Queen Alexandra, and  from their present Majesties, was accompanied by a son aged sixty-six.  She was married in 1830, and her eld-  eat son is seventy.  Mr. Andrews is a saleman in the  Smithfield Meat Market, and, despite  his advanced age, he can be seen  busily engaged there at half-past four  in the morning. He has had sixteen  children, one of whom served through  the South African War, while another  was in the navy for many years.  It Looked Good to Him.  .The teacher was demonstrating the  powerful corrosivb effects of intoxicating beverages upon a stomach's  lining. The class looked on with  horror when she poured some 95 per  cent, alcohol on an egg, thereby causing it to shrivel and coagulate. The  demonstrator was pleased to observe  the interest displayed by the janitor,  who had come in for the wastebas-  kets.\ It was well known that he had  need of such'a warning.    V  ."Ma'm," he asked timidly, "wild  you mind telling me where you buy  yer licker?"  The  Needful.  In a certain Canadian city, there is  a handsome building. , in course of  erection, .which is evidently intended  for educational use. This,summer a  visitor remarked on,the structure and  asked what was its', purpose.  "Household Science Department"  was the reply���������"cooking as a fino  art." .' "    ...  "It's going to take a lot of money,"  was the comment.  "Cooking usually calls for dough,"  came the reply.  They Did That Time. -  Mistress (coming home unexpectedly)���������What's \the meaning of this?  You've got on iny blue: skirt and my  green silk blouse.  Maid���������Well, what of it? Don't they  go together? ';.,.;>  ��������� Perverse.'���������  "Where's the hired man this mom-  ing?": asked,.^Mr.  Pinkleton.    H  V'r^"on''rtnow7''"^M~Mys~Prfikle~  ton, "but I presume from the fact  that it is a rainy, day he; is getting  out the hose to wash the sidewalk."  Worldwide.  Miss Young���������In Turkey a^w^rrian  doesn't know her husband till after  she's married him.  Mrs. Wedd���������Why mention Turkey  especially?  The   Real  Thing.  Mrs. Gnaggs���������I'll' never forget the  night you proposed to me. You acted  like a perfect fool.  . Mr. Gnaggs���������That wasn't acting.  Those Horrid  Bilious Spells  HAVE BECOME A HABIT - BUT  YOU CAN BREAK UP THE  HABIT BY USING  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  "It is nothing when you get used to  it," is n common '-expression which  many seem to npply. to attacks of hil-  iOUSHOHS,  Year after year they suffer from frequent spoils, pf bilious-ljiliiulfichn, indigestion, c'onslipntion followed hy looseness of the bowels; 'dizziness, despond-  ency arid ilWonipor,, and the habit  seems }o Hui'VO. hceonio so (irmly established iliat-, Ihey do������������������liot'tlfinft of breaking ,thV eh/iins-of "tanirrngri,'  ,Why not. hulk*',-ix iuouk for liberty ,  health nml hVipnincssP Dr, ('base's  hidiioy.Livor I'vlls stand ready tn holp  you, -They.hnvo helped thousands under just, such eircnniHtanees lo know  again the, joys of healthful living,  Dr, Chase's Kidney-Liver IMUs euro  biliousness by reason of their direct  mid-specific action on the liver, causing the bile to bo properly filtered  from the hlood, where it acts as a pol-  son, and passed into the intestines,  whore it is necessary to aid digestion  and regulate tho aetion of the bowels,  By Ibis treidnumt you not only obtain relief from the iittnek, but bring  nbout lusting cure and prevent kidney  disease, which in the usual outcome  of neglected biliousness,  Dr. Chnse'H Kidnoy-Livor IMUs, ono  pill a doso, mlt eents a box, nt, all dealers, or Kdmiinson, Hates k Co,, Limited,-Toronto,  Tell the average man a joke, anil lie  \siH    SU>     "TJiiU    Ji.'illiffd.-i    file,"      'J'}.!.-.')  he'll get  busy and you  will have to  listen, And it serves you right.  Muster���������".Iackson, fetch my um-  brelhi-ciiHO."  V/iJel���������"Here u is Mr.  Muster (angrily>---'Tool! That is  my wife's now tailored suit!"���������Judge.  Lulu was watching her mother work,  ing among the (lowers. "Mama, I  know why (lowers grow." she 'said;  "thry v,nnt to g"t out of lh.������ ,||rt. "-~  Lippincott's.  "The first time Hillmj, ���������stayed out  with us he took his shoes off when he  goi to ihe cornor, instead i,f waiting,  as most men do, until lie had roach-  ed the d(K������r." "Poor man," "Yes;  nm) tlie wor*.t of it ������������* fhttf it wa-*  not hi* oomor."-���������Buffalo Kxpress.  HPHE "wash-up" before meals  -*��������� takes but a minute when  you use "SNAP". The dirtiest  dirt disappears before it like  magic  At your di-������Icr'i  Acquired Skill  The Visitor���������How did your father  acquire such skill with a* golf club,  Willie?  Willie���������I think it was from prac-  ticin' on me with a bedslat.  "I Hate that expression, 'Drop me a  line/ " "Still, it's permissable if you  happen to be drowning."���������Birmingham Age-Herald.  A girl may frn'nkly admit, that another man kissed her, but she always  adds that it was on the cheek or forehead. .;;''..  Sleeplessness.���������Sleep is the great restorer, and to be deprived of it is vitalHoss.  Whatever may be the cause of it. indi:  gestion, nervous derangement or mental  worry, try a course of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. By regulating the action of  the stomach, where the trouble lies; they  will restore normal conditions and healthful sleep will follow. Thoy exert, a sedative force upon the nerves and whoro  there is unrest they bring rest.  "I inn across an old acquaintance  the "other day."  "Casually, or in your motor?" .  Free advice is the kind people give  away because they have no use for it.  Wise is  the man  who knows  just  when not to laugh.  Minard's Liniment Co.,.Limited.  Gents,���������A customer of ours cured, a  very bad case of distemper in a valuable horse bv the use of MINARD'S  LINIMENT. ������   ������  -���������^_Xours_tr,uly,,,  VILANDTE FRERES.  Father Time is a great artist, hut  women do not admire his line work.  Mnny a man goes broke trying to  break the speed record.  Some things that come to those who  wait are badly'moth,'eaten.'  Tt sometimes happens that when a  man loses his reputation he is lucky.  -The-.'mnn'- who makes history must-  trying to encourage the book ngents.  Tho girl who-can't cook should keep  out of the matrimonial frying pnn.  Living in'a tent, as we'understand  it, it grent if you don't hnve to.  Charity oftens begins nt home without getting much of a start,  There may be other corn cures, hut  TTotlnwny'R Corn Ouro stands at the bond  of tho list so far ns results nro canoorned-  .. Get the notion out of your bond that  (he battle of lifo is a war of words,  it's hotter to he level-headed than  llnt-footcd.  It's the under dog who is anxious  for the poncomnker to get busy.  Why doos a mnn invariably write  his own namo when given a pen to  ���������ry?   A good bluff may ho more effective  than the real thing,  As a matter of fact few persons reside on Kasy street,  Mlnard's Liniment ndleves nsurnlgU  "Our wholo neighborhood has boon  stirred up," said Ihe regular render.  Tlie editor of the country weekly  seized his pon. "Tell me about it,"  he snld. "What we want is news.  What stirred it up?"  "Plowing," said the farmer,��������� Driftwood.  Ono-lhird of the world can't, understand why Ihe other two-thirds should  lie ernzy over ImsobulL��������� Chicago Record.  Why   Easier?  "Do you want cheaper postage?" ������  "I don't know," replied the man  who considers only his own interests.  "I don't write many leters myself,  and I don't see why I should be eager  to make it easier for the men who  send me bills."  "What is an anecdote, Pa?" "  "An anecdote, my    son, is a short  and funny tale which at once reminds  the other fellow of a tale which is  neither short nor funny."  Visitor   (to   little,   girl)���������"And were  you born in India?"  "I was."  "What, part?"  "All of me, of course!"  It  cln  thi  m  ������g  must be admitted that the  is a very close imitation of some-  rto eat.���������Washington Herald,  Tkto  plain*  ' kind for which jnra wouldMf*  to pax IM0 nt tor r������Ull (ter*.  It It titr������ wtde.full; MtaehM  long. In all colon, with vtllewr  , flow of iTMtlcmth that dep������������  Icm thrlr rarl ���������Afllx.   S������������4a*  11.00 tc-a&r. (or thu Ita* otvot-  tunlt) not ta be talturd. \*> of ������r  alw an ���������itrajarce vu *������ndaoae  . _      r.SO plumoat R.60,  BoaJ mo������ov by mull, expreaaormmkar  orfar. R*m������mb*r thai yonr monpj will b* re.  fnnded lr tha plant*lanotonttralrwtlafactorr.  New York Ostrich Feather Co., Dept.  W. N��������� 513-515 B'way.N. Y.  Lots of men would make good if0ern-  ployed to furnish the motive power  for windmills.  Death After a Scratch '.������  Morris Quatxam, an eleven-year-old  Windsor boy, fell off his bicycle and  scratched his wrist. He thought nothing of the injury, but blood poison  set in, and he is dead.  Such" incidents as these ��������� by no  means infrequent���������ought to make people realize the danger that may lie  even in the smallest flesh 'wound.  Take a simple illustration. When  a knife, a rusty needle, a splinter of  dirty wood, a barbed wire fence, or a  thorn, scratches the hand, the latter  is inoculated: with germs, of which tho  air about us is full.-  The way to avoid serious results.is  to cleanse the wound'-iand apply Zam-  Buk. Zam-Buk is a powerful, yet  painless germ-killer, and when applied to the broken, skin is absorbed  into the tissue, instantly destroying  the germs that spread disease and  stopping the pain and smarting.' That  is .why Zam-Buk is so popular with  children.  The .flesh thus soothed and.purified,  the wound is made perfectly healthy,  and all poison and cause of festering  removed. Having done this, Zam-  Buk then proceeds to heal the Wound  or sore, and new healthy tissue is  built up in a quick, painless and perfect manner.  Zam-Buk must not be confused with  ordinary ointments. Zam-Buk is a  unique preparation, possessing-, antiseptic, soothing and healing qualities  that are not to be found together in  any other preparation. It is not only  a unique, healing balm, but it is "also  a skin food. For all skin diseases and  injuries���������cuts, bruises, bums, eczema,  chafing, ulcers, ringworm, etc., it is  without equal. It is also used,widely  for piles, for which it "may be regarded  as a specific. All druggists and stores  sell'at 50 cents, a box, or post free  CANADA'S     GREATEST     SCHOOL  esrABUSJico lam.  Awarded first prize at World'B Ex������  pceLtlon on tt& work and methods.  Write for a free catalogue. W������ alaa  \ftve Instruction by malL  The -Wellington" Hat  for men. Canadian-made. Guaranteed best hat value in Canada.  All sizes and shapes in soft and  stiff, felts. Ask your Dealer, or  write at once to  CHAS.   C.   PUNCHARD   &  CO.,  Toronto, Ont.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHflDv.  lias. Wikblow** Soothins Syhup bas be������a  ������sed for over SIXTY YEARS by MIIXIONS m  MOTHERS >>r their 1HIU)RBN WHUJa  TBKTHINO, with HERFJM SUCCRSa. II  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOHlJtNS the GCW&  AXXAYS all PAIN CURES WIND COLIC, an)  ia the best remedy for DIARKHCEA. It la am  (olutely harmless. Be sure and ask for " Mra,  Winslow's Soothing Syrups" nnd take no < "  kind.   Twenty-five cent* a bot*>*  WABSC3B,B  INE  from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.  Refuse harmful imitations.  Too  Much Gold.  An interesting suggestion is made  in regard to the increased cost of living, which, like an earth wave, has  sent a tremor throughout Europe,  causing food riots :n France, an outcry against the butchers in Belgium,  and protests against dearer meat and  milk in Germany, while it is largely  responsible for the labor unrest -n  England.      .  This suggestion is that the enormous output of gold in recent years  has upset the balance of prices and  that tho world has not yet shaken  itself down to a true adjustment.  Statistics show conclusively that  in England, on the continent, and  in North America nearly all tho com.  moner and most necessary articles  of food have been steadily rising tn  price since tho century opened. Meat,  especially bacon, in .England, the  poor man's fovorHe food; milk, bread  nnd sugar oil cost moro. It is calculated thnt there is. a ton per cent,  increase in the weekly budget of  household expenses in England.  Prof. Chapman, at a recent meet-  ing of the British Association predicted that the next threo years  would be an ,era of strikes, due to tho  fact that, whereas up to 1890 the cost  of living had boon falling it had  since then been rising.  Cores Strained. Puffy Ankles*  LymphanKltls.PoIl Evil, Flstulav  Uolls, Sores, Wire Cats, firalieav  SwolllnKS, Lameness, and allay*  JPaln quickly without BUsterlDff,  -, ..=������^_     romovinK tfco balr, or laying the horea  fi6������r  iE���������  up. Pleasant to use. 12.00 por boulu,  Miora   arttt  dol[TBre(j.   Describe yonr case fol  special Instructions and Book 5 E free.  I    AI1SOKMNE.JH., liniment tor mankind, for  I Strains, Painful, Knotted, Swollen Veins, Milk teff,  Gmit,   Prlco $1.00 per bottloot C?a1ora ordeUrerca.  1 W. F. YOUNG. P.D.F.. 137 LymsnsBldfl.. Montreal. Call  I Also furnlnhed by Martin Bole 4 Wrnna Oo��������� WlnnlpaM  Tba Katiuiml Drug and Clu-mlcnl Co.. Winnipeg & Caltfarr I  toil Heaaonion Bros. Co. Ltd., Vancouver.    "  ^shoot Strong, Wear^  Long   Qualities  for  v>_ -WhTcH���������QREENER-  V*     Guns   Made   Famous  'The "Empire Gun" all Brit-  lah mad-e carries the triple  guarantee the Greener nam*  and  trade  mairk    and    the  -marks of the British Govern  ment Proof House,  a Perfect Hammer;;  leas  gun   delivered  Montreal price $65  ,W. N. U���������   No. 166  A King's Reward.  Lord Willoughhy do Broke, who haa  been prominent in the war with the  poors, comes from thn samo stock as  Lord Willoughhy do Ercsby (now  Lord AucaBter) and Sir John Willoughhy. Tho name was taken from  the manor of Willoughhy, in Lincolnshire, but Lord Willoughhy do Broke  is a Warwickshire peer; Comptou  Vornoy and Kinoton House, hit seats,  both being noar Warwiok.  Tho first Lord Willoughly do Broke  wan mado o, peer by Henry VII.,  whom ho had helped at Bonworth  Field, His son and successor died  in 1623, and the hnrony wnnt inlo  abeyance, and ho continued until 1004.  In that year it was cl&imod hy and  granted to Sir Biehard Vnrney, a*  senior male descendant of Elisabeth  Willoughhy. tlie eldest grnnddaughtcr  of the Bdcoiul baron,  iwim������ ���������������*" ������Miiii������.������iii������������-iHi������" atama  Educated By Ohumi.  Dr. Warre, provost of Eton, in dis*  trlbuting the pri7.es nt the British  Orphan Asylum, Slough, recently,  ���������aid h* might tell thorn a Btory whioh  *������������������ h���������������mm.���������.\ '.v l.inr"!!, !!������ happened to avAn. a preitt suecemi at Eton,  and his tutor went to see hi* mother.  When he told her that he (Dr. Warre)  hod gained the Newc������*tle she said.  "I hopo it won't do him any harm!  "bon't think you are being educate  ������:���������! ���������;::!'* v,3' ;'"'"��������� tonoVmrj " t)r  Wnrro said to the scholars, "you ar������  being educated by your eompaiiloni,  and by yourselves moro thnn anything  che."  (LIST U. 3 FREE)  W. W. GREENER  63 & 65 Beaver Hall HIM, Montreal, P.0  Sllvor Pine Healing Oil  Healed a Barb-Wire Cunt  njm  ii mw -     i.  "*  without leaving a scratch  Mm. K*tk McCrani, or Mow.  br*y, Ma.n,, writca:  "Plfme aend me a bottle nt  *our Silver Pine Heating- Oil, I  bad a colt cut latt winter with  barb wire���������I uaed half a bottle and  It healed up and didn't leave a  wratch. Now I have ano'liercolt  that haa got art that I calculate  10 heal with what li left, but I  would like to have you tend me  another bottle if I (hould happen  lo need it, for I think I could not  (eton without it."  For all kinds of wounds,  bruises, burns and sorci  on cnimalt or human  beings, Silver Pine Healing Oil is a quick, mfe and  wonderful healer, Keep a  bottle on Imnd for times of  need. In 25u,, 60c. and $1.00 bottles, at  your dealer's or from the  lilirncllaul Stack h*t C������..Uiilt������iTifMti,Ca������  "O Lyric Lover-  First Oiil--How sweetly you sing!   I  never hoard iiiij-thing so entrancing,  what, was that lust song?  Second  Cut  (sontiinontiilly)-���������"If  I  had  nine thousand  lives to livo I'd  live   them   nil   for   you."���������Woman'*.  Companion.  Ohenpeit ol All Oil*. - Considering the  curative niuilltles of Dr. Thomas' Keleo*  1 i-li' OII It In tlm iilumiM'st of ull iirooiira-  iIoiih offcrori to the piilillc. It Is to lie  found In every druit Htore In I'nninliv  from eoiiMt to cntiHt. nntl nil country mei'<  I'hnnts keep It for miln. Ho, lii'lntt onull?  prooiirnliln und extremely moilernte In  i>rlo>, no one Hhould he without n hottln  or It.  lVde������|i'iiin���������"Hoy! You just, missed  mo hy 1111 inch!"  (Mnmffeur- "lie  pnllont,  Ing buck directly! ���������I'uek,  I'm  com*  When n yoimg mnn is walking with  a girl itii< 1 moots a iiiinisior in liuiit  of 11 ehuri'h, it is his cue to slurt his  thought g"iierntor.  Molt* ef Chine.  Forth t limit 1- ii<>i������-������t l'" r.-itrlntr fh-'  \y**l  Millie- III till* tllOlUK* Ulllgll"' '      i'<  I'I'UIIIU    ������<IIO    Will    M-O    UUtll':������    ipllto   M-J  Knot! Iii every r������'������pfi n* lite MMoun  unit Ki-niti.kv pi-.Miti't. I'he lim**l ������''������,  antpiuj.-d by Chlm^e otlleer* and ottier  wpflithj men to cimw their 'i'ttklui,  j curia.'  Mlnard's Llnlmsnt cures burns, etc.  "I,ol'k mnko 11 bargain." '"Well."  "If you won't Inlk 'about your new  nuto' I   won't   talk  about my  new  bitl������y,"-Tol.-do libido,  Tf it girl moots a man who doesn't  admin; her sho imagines that lie U a  runfmin'd woman hitter.  1  . ��������� ^ ������������������������������������       _^_-j  c mi I,. y*sf  DIXIE.TQBAtCQ Tlie Oum^erlanA Hews  issued Every   Tuesday by the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  thid-papor \vill not hold itself  responsible for the opinions of oth-  *.i\s a*? may appear in its" columns  to-oin time to timo.  TUESDAY,   October 24." 1911,  NOTICK. ia hereby given that 30 day.,  ft:"'.u t'wtf I intend to apply to������, xkti li>xi,  Mtuto'.e'r ol ItmQ&a tor*, licouso to pr������Kpeot  , f .ir t?'o������l and patrolman under the furoehoro  ti.id outer tli'j water on the lands ia and  opposite.tho following dencrKod laiidnKitai  atf in Rupor1. District:-���������Coinmtutcing .t u  pout planted on the wa boaeU at high wa i-r  m������ik nt th'o lntfvsi'ctiott of Tec-ions 12 a-.id  13, T.wushiu 2, Port MoNeill, Rupert Dis  trlut; thonoa north GO ohains, thonco euft  80'bh.im, thonco touth 05 ohaiuH, more  Or le������M to hijjh wator msi-k on south aide at  P������r; McNodl Ilurbort theueo wosUrly  bIorj,' shore to placo of comuieneomonfc.  Gkoiioe M. Giiius,  & Priest, a^ent.  Dated this lst day of Saptembur, 1911,  NOTICE Is hereby giveu -that 80 days  after dnto I iuteud to nppty to the lion  Miuiutor of Lauds for a license to prospect  tut coal and potroloum under the foreshore  in-.-l under the water on tha lands iu and  opposite th������ following described landa situ  ate in Rupert Distriot,:���������Ooinmem.-iag at a  pi.s {ulautcd ou the sea beach at high wat r  mwkatthe interiuotiou of Sections 16 and  17, To vnship 2, Port MoNeill, Iluport-Dis  tt-iot; thence nortk 80 chains, theuce wost  IJOcOatns, thenoe-south 62 ohaiug, more or  U-.w to high water mark on south side of  I'ort MoNeill Ilarborr thouoo easterly  along shore lino lb placo of commencement.  Maru. Jane Pkikst,  E. Priest, agont.  O&taed this 1st day of September,   1911.  NOTICE is horoby given that 30  days  after dale I intend to apply to  the   Hon  Miuuiter of Lands for a license to prospcet  I'or coal sndjpetroleatn under the foreshore  uiid under the watur on the  lurid.! in   and  i-;4>o*ite the following d-Eiribod ltnds shunts in the Prince Rupert District:���������Oom-  mwicing at a postpUnted on the sea beach  at high wator marie  at the iutetsection of  Sjctionjs.16 and 17, Township 2, Pott Mc-  Naill Rupert Diitrict;   theueo  noith   80  c' uiins, thenoToliWo^^hlamF^tEence sonW  75 chains more or less to high  wator mark  on   south  aide   of  Port McNeill Harbor,  thence westerly along shore line t������ place of  c itnmencenient.    jRov Pkikst,  K, Priest, agont  Iht.od this l������t day i.-f JSaploinber, 1911.   r'i ���������i*n~i'r>iin���������i unarm win���������niiimninn n nnnaiiu.  NOTICE ui heroby given ihat SO days  after dat������ I iuttmd to apply to tho Honourable the Minister of Lauds for a license to  prosyoet for coal and petroleum undor the  foreshore and under thd wit'.or ou Die lauds  in and opposite the following described  landl situate in Rupert DiHtiiei;���������Commencing at a pout planted on the sea beach  at high water mark at ths intersection of  8-tctions 14 and 15 Township 2, Port Mo-  Kutll Il-apci-t Diatriot: Ihenco north 55  chains mcru or l������sa to high water murk on  the north sldo.of Pork MoNeill Harbor;  theum: following the ho* beach ������t htyh  water mark around iho hattd of tho llurbor  to plaoo of conimtiucuinont,  Fi'A-xoi.s M, TonmwK,  K, Prio������, agont.  Dated thii 1st day of Soptcmlw, 1911.  SEALED TENDERS" adtkcswl to bhe  undersigoed, ana en ipifl-.'d "Tender  lor Wharf at Surf hikst, P.O.," wid boro  eeived atthw-oflioo until 4.00 P.M., on  Tuesday, September 26, 1911, for tho oem-  Btruotion of a Pile Wharf at Surf Inlet,  rrinco63 Royal Island, Coast District, B.C.  PlaM,"������pcoifloation������ and form ol| contract oan bo seen and forms of tender obtained at this Department, aud at tho offi-  ot.3 of O. A. Kcefor, Esq., District lfingiu-  oer, New Wtstuiua'.et-, B C, and on ���������application ta tho Postmaster at Priuao Rupert  aud Victoria, ll.C,  Portions teudetiug aro notified that tenders will tut be oensiderco uiiImh mado on  the printed forms supplied," and" signed  with tW-eir notunl 6i(juMnrtB, ktitiog tiuir  ���������ccutatians and phces tf iesic!.0'..co. In  tho caso ot nnnb, the aotual signature, the {  uaturo of the occupation, and plnco f  rosideuoo of u&ch tnumber of tho firm must  bo given.  Etith tender must bo acouinpaiiied by an  accepted .cheque on a chartered bauk, pay  ablo to tho ordur of' the Honourable the  Miuister of Publio Works, equal to t>m per  oont (10 p.C.) of tho amount of tinder,  which will be;forfolttd if tho poreon tend-  Griug decline t> ontor into a contract whon  called upou to do so, or fail to complete  tho ooutnat, If tho tender bo i.ot aooop.-  ed the cheque will be returned.  Tiio Department ties not bind  itself to  aooupt tho lowest or auy tender,  liy order,  R C. DKSROUHERS,  Secretary:  Department of Publio Works,  Ottawa, August, 28. 1911.  Newspapers will not be puiil for thin advertisement if they iuaert it without auth-  o ity fr<-m tl.e Department,  NOTICE is hereby given tnat on the  first day of December ntxt applicatim will  be made to the Superiutendeut of Provincial Police, Vic-oria, for the renewal of the  hotel hcen.-o to sell liquors by retail in the  hotel known as tho Noleou hotel, situated  at UniouBay, B.C. Fhaskk & Bishop.  Dated October 3rd. 1911.'.  NOTICE is hereby given th������t on the  first day of Deoomber next application will  bo mado to the Superintendent of Provincial  Police, Viotoria, for tho renewal of the ho  tel liconso to sell liquors by retail in the  lhoteLknowu.a3_theJ.j.i.versideJiotel, jaU uattd,  at Conrtonay, B.C. O. H. Fboiineh.  D.ted October 3,,1911.  NOTICE -s is hereby given that at the  next meeting t f the Board of Licence  Commissioners of the City of Cuiubiir-  lnii-1, I intend to apply for a transfer o  the wholesale liquor lioer.Be held by me  on lot 3, bloek 2, to blook 15, lot 6, Cumberland Towuatte.  CIALI MUSSATTO.  Duted thia 9th day of August, 1910.  NOTICE is hereby givenjjihnt 30 days  .".f'tei' date I intend to apply tu the Honor  ���������'���������ih; Minister of Lands far ,t li'.cnse 10  1 . vet f<������' rr|nl fif'd petroleum under  tl-.e i'.ivcsihore ���������ind tmder iho wnter nn the  1 '.if}K in and oppor.'ne '.he following dci-  .���������:il":l lands situate in Rupert Disti'ict:-���������  Coinmetviag at a uost plumetl on the  --I-1 hettrh at high water mark al the m-  ���������lOiiitiction of Sections u and 13, Tnwn-  vliip a, Port McNeill Rupert. Distrit'i;  thence nonh 80 chains, thence west 10  chain* more or less to high water mark  on Ledjie 1'omi; thence westerly nlou^  shore line to iiuersectinn of Sections 2.)  and 24, Township 2. theiK'C southerly  (Af ch.tins mote tir less to Inyh waierniarlt  on snith side of i'ort' McNeill llarhoi-j  thence eiiMerly ,i1oni������ shorts line 10 point  of commencement. K, 1'Kikst.  DateR this ist day of September, 1911,  NOTICB is hereby given that on the  flrnt day of December next application wit]  be m������do to tbe Superintendent if Provincial Police, Victoria, for thoreuowtdof the  hotel HcOiIbs to s-.llliqiion hy retail iu the  hotel known ns tho Wilson hotel, situated  at Union Bay, B.C,   Jons HusiiuiutY, ,ln.  Datod Ootolwi 3, 1911.  NOTICB \t hereby givou that on tho  flrnt d iy of Doootubor next applioatinn will  bo made to tha Superintendent of Pro-  viuoi*l Politici, Vio.orin, fur a rohewal of  the hot'd liconso to sell liq-iorj by lotail  in tho hotel known ns tho Klk hotel, situated at Conn.x, B.C,      .Toum Mautin,  OitfldOotoborS, ViU .  \'Y������IGK iw heroby givon that on tho  (iii',1 -hy of Docmhoriiuxt application will  I.10 iti.ido to tho Superinttsridontof Provincial Polico Victoria, for a uinownl of tho  hi������tr-l liconso t������i iwll lUttiors hy retail in  Uio hotol !;i������o-hi un Uio Willow's Hotel si -  uuted  a.1 Campbell River, 11. C.  THULIN.h 1IANNKN.  IXvled October 3,191.1,  |o;i's!iore.  ,1  !���������  NOTICK is hereby ^ivirn tliat 3������d.'ys  nfit;rdtte I intend id apply to the Honor  able Mmisier "I I.tini'; fori, license 10  pi'������-ipt.'i't ioic'i.'l and p<siroleiii'iuiitlcriho  ���������uul   -\ntl- r   tins 'a tier on the  n'l nil"- .li'   the   f-'lltU.'ini'   'li'-  \-,\.: si'."-ii.-' in I'uiiin  i)ivti-;rt:  i' ;>. |."',l pl.-rl'-tl on Tie  1 i'"(ii-  in.'ii'i: a' iin-   ic-  ti i������������������ viiun 1-1 '���������;' ,    cis 1^ and  ��������� j,   T^tn-  slim  '   I'."'    Ai'-Snill    Rup'-il   D'.iiir.i;  '' "ii   ,: "li,- >     ;n  iv- ()*���������, Ic- ���������,   ;,o  ':, ,1.1 ��������� 1 i.i.u���������'.; on t; ������������������ ,!'.   ', - '"Ic ',���������( |'i.n  '-'��������� ':'  !' 1 h'ir: 'In-i-t.i; '-if. f ih    -iKi'iy;  ,-    '    ���������   1 ��������� intM -,.:��������� ". '.I  ��������� i    ������������������' ': v- : '-,  i.iin'ii.:ii4i  .-��������� *c'i ���������>( Ir,  .Hull "I" '���������'' ���������  N'M'ICK iii heroly (jiven that on the  Iim <tay of Dec tuber mxr application wi!  ne 11,ado to the Supeiintondent of I'rovin*  citl Politin fur thu routnval of the hotel li-  utniRi ti Hull liiiuth by roUil In the Intel  known ns ih<A Woodliun Slopping i'lsoo,  nitun otu Oytiter itiver, in tlm provitiuo of  ini i������h Columbia,     Annii; Wooujich,  Dated Oeu.hoi-11, H'l I.  a\m *m**.imta.a*mmmm, + -H-mm*ma������** aimiamammmma������*aitmam**,mmi\mammii  NOI'ICM in lureby given tlmt on tho  lii-it d.iy "f Docoaibor rioxtnpplioiitionJwiU  \������.'iiiiule to tho Rnporinteuilurit of Provin-  einl I'olieo, Vielotiit, font reimwiil of tho  ludoi liceiiHO to Hull liquor* by ruUil  in  . 1     1    ���������     111    ���������,  UIO ll 'i'i  K'lUVVU ii*    .11"    I  11,./,.  ii> ni, ,'n.  u..i<-  ',.'.   t',.i '.'., U I'.      S..vc':i. (', Puvi.n,  Dnutl the itiil day of Oclobor, 11)11  Prices without the I CREDITORS DEMAND  loss of Quality is        THEIR MONEY  our Slogan.       p00o must be raised in the next 10 days  The evidence is all  before you.  Progressive People, Get Busy!  ortunity.  Practica  FREE  To the first 15 people���������  men or women���������entering  the store a valuable prize  will be given FREE.  CUMBERLAND  B.C  FREE  To the first 15 people  men or women  the store a valuable prize  will be given FREE.  entering  NOTICE.  NOTICE is heroby given to  John H, Gluiiville, co-owner in  tlio Itoss group of Mineral Claims  frituatotl 20'niiles from the mouth  of Phillips River in the Nanaimo  Mining Division, that IiIb nharo of  the ox pond it uro has not heon paid,  and thnt wo intend to file notice  with the Mining Ileeordei' of nuid  District according to Section 25 B,  Chapter llio of The Ll. (J. Mining  Aor,  J, O. Koss, Agent.  Lnnd, B. C. Oct. 7tii, 1011.  NOTICMIh lioroby  Rivon tlmt on tho  iIi-h il'iy i f I)..iii'ttibi������r nt'Xi ii|i|ilK)iti'iii Mill  im iiii.M' in in Vni' ft.'nn'iiiiu-.iiii*iin ui i ru-  vlntjittl rolif', Viuttirin, for niniiowitl of  tliu In. -1 ''I'liiinu to '-I'll li'|U������iiH by ri'tu-1  !n thf .1..-I l<ti'i\vti imtlnn-'tmrtviiiiy lintol  .itmtti-   nl (! .iii'ti'i.iiy, ll.C.  J'fllN   It.  .lollNiiTOS.  I . :    iniiiT ... I.il I.  ,,S ii,i.i.i,. ],. i-uit'.-.l       l''')...\Ntl A,  J.AiKK.  ',     1 '!  I**., i ������j .  'fry it.  \' j:\vs  IV'i.'linli  lifnl'hi'l>,    17    !lll<l     IS,  t (   i sic ii, i inti.ii,O'ti*   t'lipliiyiiiiMit  mi  | f:-.l'i'-.       I'lml'tl, hitlgilt;! ami Hliltll  l'oiiitinrrulion.    i'.   O.   I5u\   SoS,  Nnuuinio, li. (.'.  BAYWAHD LAND DIST1UOT,  DiBtrict of Snywnrtl.  TAKK notion thnt (InorKO LoiooHtor Ki-  uiiiiKtun, nf Vitucouvt-r, B.C., muobiiniu,  luli-ntlH to ujnily for jiuriiiluHidiitoiiUroha.it  thofullowiiiH tloHuriboil IiiikIhi���������  Commnntiliift at a post plimtoil at tint  Sonthwcflt oomor of lot 5521 thonoo nortli  80 ohitiiiH. thonco w������8t 75 I'hninti, tlionoo  mouth HO ohainH, tlitmou cant 75 ohuiiiH, to  point of oomin-juoumont, cotitiiiniiig 000  norcH, moto or Iohb,  GBonOP. l.BlCKH'l'l'.ll UlMlNd'I'OM,  Hobort Jlonrv UhOHtnut, agont.  UlttUti .\llllvllUllt   ilfil.  Ciimhoi'land it Union Water  Worke Co., Ltd.  NOTICK.  Sprinkling will ho allowed  only two niglitH a wcolc, in mud v  TUESDAY au.l KItlDAY, IVoii.  7 to '.I o'clock in tho evening,  Leahy taj)������ nniHt he n.remind to  at once,  Any chitngeH or additions to o.\-  i^ting piping niiiht he Kiinctionod  liy the coinjiany.  i liy onlor,  , L. AV* Nunns. Ht.-erolury,  iCuuilrtjriuud, IV. C, Aug. lot, l'JII.  CBALED TENDERS atWroBRod to the  ���������3 unilertii������ooii, ami ondor,->od "Tc-ndor  for Whurf and two AppronuhuH nt Prinoo  Uuptrt, H.C, will bo rccoivod until 4,00  l\M.,on Monday, Suptouibor 25, 1011, fur  tlio cuiibtruulion of ii Wharf und two  ApproaohoH ftt l'rinao Htipoit, Qnaraotine  SUtion, Difjfby Islnnd, ������,������,  I'lnnH, npooilioution nnd form of oon-  traot can bo toon und forms of toinlor ol>  taini'd nt thiH Dopuitmnnt und tit tUo oliu  cow of O, A, Kvofvr, Knq , DwtticL Bnjfiii-  oor, New VVtMtmiiiMtor, 15.0,, tuiiliii ii|i(/h  oation to thu PoatiiuiHtornut I'rinooHuptit  iind VioiorU, H O.  PorBOtifl tondoring nronotillod that tand  ors will uot bu (lotiHlduiud un!o*H mndo on  tlio printoil lot mu impplioil, mul (tiunod  with tiuir iictunl hiyiiuturcti; ntating thoir  oooiipitiiono und plnuou o( ruhlilonou, lu  tho cunt) ot lirmt, Uiouo.tnd hignature, tliu  nuturo of tho ooonpntion nnd plnco of roul-  tlotioo of ouuh mouiDar of thu tivm tnuct ho  glvon,  Kuch Umdur nnut bo nccompaniod by an  noooptotl ohoquo on n olwrtorcd ban It, pay-  nblo to thu ordor of Uio llonounthlu tho  .Niiiiintor of Public W'Tloi, equal to tun por  tout (10 p,o,) of tlio amount of thu hinder,  witleh will l>o forfoitod if tho portion ttmd-  orinir det-1 no to outer intoacontniot whon  col'ioil upon to do mi, or f������il to oompiote  tho worn com mount for. if tlio louder 6������  not ttuoejitiiil iho ohotino will bu rottirnod,  Tliu Uupar'iinoiit doua uot bind imolf to  nooopt tho lowont or any tender.  Ily ni'iW,  'it. C. UESUOOHKU8,  Btcrotary,  !)��������� pnrlmurtt of l'tibho WnrltH,  Ottnwn, A������RiiHtU(l, Kill.  NtWHpMioi'N "ill not bu P'tul for thit ml-  vi)rtii������ni������nt if thoy inwirt it without nuthority Iiini tin* Di-p.vr mout.  IF    YOU    WANT    GOOD  PRINTING   GO    TO    THU  NEWS. VTRST-CUSS WORK  SAYWARD LAND DIST IUT.  "  mmma*t*m*ma  District of Sayward,  TAKK NOTICE ihn't William  Caldwell, of Lanark, Ont,, mining  man, intends to npply for permission to purchapo the following described lands:���������Commencing at tx  post phinted at the northwest eorner  of Lot 400, Ciirrinjjton Buy, Suy������  vynrd District, thonco following the  north boundary of ot <190 Oustorly  for 40 ohainH, thonco north 20  olininp, thenco wont to tho shoro lino  thonoe sonihwoHtorly und following  U'cnhoro lino to the point of com-  n.oncomenl, containing less than 80  acrop.      WibbiAM Cai.dwki.1.,  Jno. MnnBon,iiRont.  Dated Feh. 28th, 1011,  8AYWAKD LAND DI8THI0T.'  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  District of H������ywnrd.  TAKK NOTICK that Arthur Rowland  Bout, of Vanoouvor, R.C., t>unaport ������K������nt,  intonds to npply for permission to purohano  tho following doguribt'dl-tndB'.���������ComiHeno-  ittg nt n pout plnntod nt tho uontbonttt oor-  nor of lof. 5113, on tho north boii.ulnry of  lot 547, thouou north 80 ohainu, thonoo  emit 7o chuitifl thenoe Month 80 ohains,  thoiiO'jwost 7������ ohniiiB to point of oomwonoo  mout, ooiilainiuK UOO ncrox, moro or loss.  AiiTiiuii Rowland Ukht,  Robort llonry OhcHtnut, agont.  Datod March 7th, 1011.  Distriot of Snywnrd.  TAKE nt.tioo tlmt Siduoy HoaHiunii, of  Vanoouvor, 11, 0., mothnnio, intends to  npply for purmiRRion to puroluiHO Iho following dosoiibt'd liinils: ���������  Oommonolnu nt a pont, plnntod at tlio  southwest corner ot lot o5;Jj thonco south  80 olinlna,1 thonco wo������t SO ohnintt, thnnoo  nortli 80 ohnioa, thonco o.int 80 cluiinx, to  pin" nf efttnmrMicnmnnli oontniniliur fl-10  Heron, morn nr Iohm.  Riiinkv Hmahman,  ltobiTti llonry Ohoatmit, agont,  Datod Mnroh 0th, 1011.  ���������4_���������-������w ir.nmt'.wtarmamar  SAYWARD LAND DISTHICT.  Dihtrict of Snywii'd.  TAKK notico tliat Nnimtto Jonoph, of  Viuiooiiver, II. (\, Hpumtor, intondu to  npply for pormMon to pnroliiino tho fob  lowing dtiHOi'ibtd IiiiiJh;--  Commtnatnji nt a pout plnntod nt tlio  Soutlioiist oomor of lot fi-i7s tlionoo north  80 eltainii, thonoo m������������. fiO rhnhm, tlionoo  Kontli iSO uliuiiiH, tluinoti wont H.'l ohuiiiH  to tho pnhit of coinnifircoiiiont, containing tWft ������cro������ moro or Iphh, ,  NaNKTII' iTOHKl'K.  Robort Hfiiry Olithtniit, n'mii.  l)fcUidUuiuh7Ui.l3U.  ,   KAYWAKI) LAND DISTRICT.  Dintrlct. of Sayward,  TAKK NO I'luK that Sninnol 1 Ipnunuin,  of Vanoouvor, lil.ll,, mtohaulu, hiloiida to  npply for pt'imbnlon lo purehnsn iho fol  lowing dosocihoil lnnd":���������Commenuing at a  post plnntoil nt tlio hou lh weft oomor of lot  ftnOt tliomio (Hint 100 olmins, thonoo Houth  ���������10 ohnins, thonoo wont 75 oliuitiH (moro or  Iohmi) thonoo north 5 oIiuidh, thonoo west  85 clinhiH, thonco rorth !)5 ohainu to point  nt oonimonoomont, oontainiiiR 000 noron,  moro or loxs.      Samuki, Dhahman,  Robert llonry Ohoatmit, agent  Datod Mnroh 8th, 1011.  i f  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  Diatrict of Sayward,  TAKK notioo that Franco* RrnnRliam,  wife of W. V. 3?ro������gh!Un, nt Vutipnuvor,  1V(V, Intrntrtn tn npply for pormlfRion to  puruhnno tho followinR dcsorlhed lnnd*:���������  Commonoinir at u post plnntod <10 olinlna  wowtof tlio BouthoitHt oomor if lot 5-17*  thonoo onnt 120 oli'iliis, thpnot nouth 40  t-tiiiiiiit, ihuii'.'.u vvuaI VIO v\\M.u, Llioiico  north '10 ohainu to point of oommonoimont,  ooiitiiiniiiB -tBO aoron, moro or bun,  rilANOHH RllOUOHAM.  Hubert llonry Olicsttiut, iiroii t  Dftkad March 8th, 11)11.  Woo&'o Phonphodino,  The Omit Jtiwiltm  fUmttly.  _.    ....w  olnH, (limn MM-  in H'i  if\iHi > **i 'l<oiOHnti(linvi������omuwth������whVil  out DrbUilu, Menial nnd lirain Worry, Jk������.  Wtunmcili beximl U eakntH*. ICmtssionn, tyitr-  *niilorrhain,ttrtd Kffrrtt nf Alum or Ktctmtit,  I'rjoo it porlmic, ������licfor|5. Ono v1lipioaaotr}K  i.Vl  ��������� , lull vi imr iniik, n,jkli't vn.     ..nu v. Ill lriiHUW,r������Jb .  wlllotirn.  Hold by all rlnnrirliitx or inalluu In  ' dn tikir. on rooclnt of prlco,  Attn }ifttn'.ltX  Mnuiititfr-e.*.   Thft WOOli Moo1l������IW������ Co.  plain |������kir. on torn  piiiilfiffrc*. Thi  {formcrlv IKtiufsor)  Toronto, Ont. Makea YourEXPENSES Light  0 Makes Your BISCUITS Light  Makes Your CAKES Light  Maket Your BUNS Light  Make* Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  CROCER.  E.W.GILLETTCO..LTD.  Toronto, Ont.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH' COLUMBIA.  tK  . NOTICE is horcby given that on tho lir������,t  day of Decen.ibrr next application will bo  made to .the Superintendent of Provincial  ��������� Pojioo. Victoria, for the rcncirnl of the ho-  -tel, licinso to n<4l liqnora by retail in tha  hotel known as the Port Aopu������ts hi.tol. Bit  uated at Oomox, B.C. John C. Clauenck  Datod October 3. lOlL  Hi ! I._1������U1.���������  ���������J.UJJJ.-U-H  NOTICE TO; THE PUBLIC.  Having built a large warehouse and mill,  tit Courtenay, 1 will in future keep on  hand a stock of all kinds of Huy, Graiu,  nud Food at lowest market rntea., A  specialty will be made of roller crushed  feed for horse������ whioh vill make a HtAvinjf  of one third in the oo.t of, feod. Ordom  given the toniaster or by phono will bo  promptly filled. Thanking yon foryour  patrumiKoJu the p������Ht and Bolioiiing a coti  tinuaucoof the twimo on broulcr hues, 1  beg to ron.ai������ . ,.  Youra to commnud,  BYRON CRAWFORD.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convenience for guest*.  The Oeuttal Hotel for Sportsmon  [None, but the Best of Wines and Liquors  |at the Bar.  RATES      .   REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  JOHN McLEODS  POR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & -.TOBACCOS  EF YOU WANT  GDOB PRIKTIN&  GIVE US A TRIAL  UNION S. S. CO., of B.C. Ltd  ' ' *  Nakaimo-Uniok Bay- Comox -'Camimihll  Hivbk Routb.-  Soiling ns uudor���������  Twin-sorow mourner "COWICIIAN"  Loaves Vancouver Tlmvuday G p.m.  Arrive Union (for CuinberlundJ Friday  morning  Amves C-mox Friday morin'np!  Arrivo Campbell Rivor Friday n.iou  Iloturoiug;  Lv    Comox,.. Friduy i p m  '������������������'" Union Bay       "5   "  ���������' Nanaiu.0 midnight  Loaves Vancouver, Saturday.-.8 p in  Arrives Nanaimo',  Saturday 12 p in  Arrives Union, vSuuday 6 a m  [for Cumberlaiiu]  Arrivee Uumox,   Sunday 8 a m  RoMiridnR':���������  Leaves Comox, Sunday 4 p m  Leaves'Un'-).!'Sunday 5 pm  Leivo.H N-tiUiimo, Sunday midigbt.  ���������.���������'-  [Subje'ot:iO'ohuh({e without bodot]  |r4������M^^',*'$i^H,iHH^  0  0  X3.  O  :������������������������  0)  15  i  QJ  Xmmmmt  CO  5"  '.T3'  C"  'C  co  ��������� *���������������  ifi  CO.  6  E  0  U  0J  tl  Cm  ���������*->  V.  w  CO  p  V  GO-  <  c  Tj  Ut  rt .  Certainty  Before Selection  "V  T  ^'(jn������  \w  A  m  3  ~vZ^  wM  *p  The uncertain, "Take-a-  chance" method of selecting a  piece of cloth, and taking the  tailor's word for It that it will look well  when made up, is done away with for  those who wear "Fit-rite" tailored clothes.  "Fit-rite" Clothes are ready-to-wear.  When you buy a suit you can assure yourself that it pleases you in regard to quality, workmanship and fit.  You take no  9  chances on the cloth looking wellin a suit   '   ."���������-  or the tailor's ability to fit you properly.  The workmanship in the' making-of each suit, is  the best form of specialized tailoring. The designs are  the newest ideas in-clothes-for men, and they are sold  under a guarantee that you wiil be satisfied in eyenj  wa������ or your money will be refunded. t  I Either call nt dio rtorc or send i'f n pout card bearing your  namo and oddreu, nnd we'll give you a copy of the ' Fit-  rite Style Forecast," canUiniotf tho luteal new* of fashion  tendoncico for the cominti Fail nnd Winter.  ; '������������������':CAMPBELL 'BROS.,"!','"  DUUSMUIUAYK. CUMBERLAND, B.O.  MjHii&atHBasisggsrm^^  !  ���������������  im  Wo  ���������^���������^'  FfiC*\i:,iU\>������  tfi  wm  -%>  wm  (M  *SPt  ���������*|ESj5������f  i  Wh  Wi  m  m  m  4  A.  ysfi  ..���������MS"  m  IhAi  m  iwo  |P������'S  '^  BwanOTwaaicKSBaisiiBicg^^  m^miMii*i!um*__^^ -  ���������M-m-mTmiiwjfTii'-xn  PRINK:  The purest and best^BEER, and  made iu Cumberland.  COPYRIGHT,  .  A.P.JVB.CO  he UNION .BRcWIitG Co.,      Nanaimo, B.C.  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -      FOB   SALE   BY  Waiworth=Rolston Co.  LW  1020 Westminster Ave.^  '   Vancouver, B. C^  p!.L.������iit!.ir.'..-^W!.ii<m**y^^  QJ  tu-   0  '������ ,p-l  +1  C'  0  Ji4444^H^4^4������W*'M4'*W4'iMI  >*>*>*bay+*>al*a>+ar*>4>*>t>+*>*  P.  1011, tor  aa  mem  ")  'l 10  wr-  Uoalcr. in  Ahh KINDS OP  Fruit, endy igars  f Cigarettes & Tobacco.  Botiova Block,  I   OUMimiUyAND, iJ.C  *d  rr>.  Wo will mail The Daily Proviiwe  Ull September 23 te> n\\y a$6>PS3'  in Cantjclfl, oiUeido tbo city of Vancouver, for 23^.  Gkaieral ^ectidno- Ecptom^ 9*1  rMw advofi'fcag-0 of our Splendid Haws ftoarvlco  I'M tolhvf intelligonMy :tho umm of oc-teii 5)01*7.  v.,  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu   meals.  =AHa������iittieBOVRl0^=  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  67  ; RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  -V   DiHlrict oCRuiwrt.  TA K.E not;cti that Furlora. M.no L-wm  o������ Vaiioimver, 11. .0.- i-cctip.'itioti ^ Widow,  i tonda to np|)[y  Cor per iiiti-i'Hi  t.i iinr-  ch two the Toliow'tig d nciib-d Iind : U.m  niMioiup;Ht ut ii ]> st  I'lliintocl   about   ono  mi!b noi-tli imd 40 clinn.-s faf-'t-of-lho'S.-'Er-  oohier of Seotiou 4, T iwiicliip  8,   thfciicf  iu'r:li 80 ci-.iiiii.", thence hikv S*G ."clwi -p,  ^lioiK^toJitu^JLiyLtiiui,-^^^^  chain's to plaoe'ot oon.menccuiuiit, cout*iu  ing 0i0 Rcros, in i-H ci" l<-^8.  , , Scribed en pot EML'h B.W. cornor.  i E.vdoraMau -Lkkson;  D'-ii Olaik, 'Ago/.t..  Dated Docombor llth, 19l*.  {  >  i  ' x  .A  I  FAIRFIELD  Z STORE =  J. JACK,   I'ltop.  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Krnits nnd   'Pnhnrro  Vancouver Ice Crenm,  u  o  '< ������ fl   S  '*,,,������    a ,.  'ft  tf  w  '���������<  III DnnBinuir Avo,  0iiml������������i'lnnd <>  'SS'^S?  93 &  01    ������<  s "  a  )0fc's Cotton Root Compound;  Tlio oroab Utorlno TopI^ *'I<1  >pnly wifo ell'oiitiinl Monthly  yjloifulnloron which -woman ma  rde|iuii(l,  Bold In thl-flo doirroos  'fti of Htrt>nfrth~No. ,1, it������ No. fl,  ]0 (loiti-cuH iilroniror, $:); No. !���������������  for upocliil ciwon,  ild liy nil tlr  box.  >r, o.i,   t  8i pur  liy nil ilni/rfflnta, nr ������n -ft  ,     _..      .....,...m on rotwipt of prloo.  (f     Ni,     lYoo piimjililot. AtldroHB t THU  6������M������OIBIHIOBmT0������0NTO,OUT. flortntrlu fl'imUuil  i>  ���������EZSI  0  t4  CO  ,o -   w S  :��������� i s-9  jr.! Mi  8    B   S c  b1W  NOTICK  g 1  '/iti  jj ,0  .   .      tn ������  filml-f  g J s -^l  " i������ s  ������������������������8 8 I  u!������'������   *}  V  r*  Any |i,oi'8oii or ]iow)iin, cutting,  ronitivino or* Hiking nny lilniike,  tlm Uii' or wood, of nny doseriptioiln  lulongintr to tlio Wellington Col-  ilory Co'y-p or froin" or off tlio lnnd  of tlio snid Company," or nnyoiii!  tipping rubbish of nny description  anywhere upon the eonipany'n  lnii.l will lift prnaofiiiwl fo llio full  oxtont of tin1 law.  W. J,. COULSON,  Gonornl Mniuigor,  Wolliiiyton Colliery Co,y,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice Hint Gardiner Alexander B'riuly Speiieor of .Alameda  Cal.., occupnrion plumber, intends  to a|.iplyfor pormiH^itin io purchiiHo  the following dopcrihed liuidri��������� .  ; Commencing at u. post" planted  about 30 ohniiiB west of Iho ������onlh  east comer of Section 24, Township  21, thonco west SO- chainp. thonco  Houth'! 80 chains, thene.o' eust 80  ohnins, ihence north to nouth !>ooro  of Wolf-Lnku. thonco\voBloi'ly aloiiK  nouth chore to wo������r end of lake,  thenco eapt olonp; north Bhore nhout  40 chaina, thenco north lo place of  oommer.ce-nirinf', eonUtiniiif? <Ju0  iiori'S moro or lees.  Scribed on pos', G.A.B.S.'s N,K.  corner.  .Gaudnkii Alkxandkh Bkady  Sl'KNCHIl,  Dnn Clnrk. Agont  Dated IXvombor MihJOlO.  UUl'KKT LAND DIHTIJILT  District nf Jlnpoit  TAKE NOriCE tliut-lnnum llrtulfiliaw,  ot Kuioria, l'loridft, eifpunlcr, iiitiiidH  in in ply for poi-iiiiHiiion ti iiiiroluini tile  followiiiff iluEcrilioil Iiiiu'h:���������Conini'UH ni/  4 a pout plan'td '2 iniltu iwt tif tho rt.K.  onrinTOt Soo'i n % lowimliipSO, Miuiiot1  norlli 10 ch i h, IIkiioh went Si) clui h,  llii'iuiH hoiiMi 40 oIihIiih,   llioiu-o dirt 80  OllMllH   tl)   plllCO    fif Cdll/llllllHH'lllfinl,   0011"  taiiii'i������r 820 ncri'H mnro or loan.  BtirilJotl on pont ���������! H'h n.K. um-'ur,  iTAMIM HllAOHllAW,  DmrXiUrk, ngont.   '  Dntcil Di-ofimbnr lf)th, HHO.  llUPBHTLAND UI-TUIGT  District of Hi jjort  TAKE  ^OTICfc'   t'HHb  A'do'lnidc  EhW  Clark    Biwn,    of   Urookfieicl   N.  Y.,  married womiut. intgudu ,to apply f< r pot-  iniHsion to purchase tho foUowwifC (Pporib-  cd lands:���������Commcnoing at a post planted  afc soutliwcut corror of Sroliow   J!>, Town-  Bhip 9, thonoo north   SO olininR,,   thonoo  oaht 80 olininii,   thenoo    south   SO   chainn,  thcuo������ ������'0Ht 80 clmius to plnco. of oommoiv-  mont containing 010 ucros moro or lore.  Scribed ou poat A.E.C.B'n S,W. oor  Adki.aidb 1'Jbtkh ,0i,aKic Bnow.v.  JDau.Ulark, liguU,  Dn'od Docombor 19th, 11)10.  RUPERT LAND  DISTRIOT  District of-Rupert  UPE11T,   LAND   DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE noikotliot H'?'ii;--n. ./,-, >  Tiisk^r i'f V'ariO.nr.vi-i", Jj. A-.V' cv  pation Expre--;' Miiniigv-!- h' '���������' .?'.-...'  to apply for pernrtyum io fvr<-'  [ha .full  ,viii{'.. dti.H-1'ii/c;.'  Co-'mix>  ont?   nt  ML!  Ill  abo ��������� 'jlOchainw W'������y,'of ihu  y -������.���������������- ti  oa.    corner -,ai" .Sd-.-iion "24,  T-v .>"  ship 21', "I'lici'ico -'.vtvii;   80   ehaui?-\,  tliooco fooib SO.cbaiiii?,-t'ooiicci <;-;sr-  80-chain?, thenco iiortb  SO  cliain/  lo placo   if   ciininieiiocnibnt,   oon-  .tainii.g 640 acres in ore-or b'-v,  Scribed no poctt NjlU TV N.'iv  ilUTUTfl A M J A M \'.k Ta ��������� K.K ll,  ])iin .O'larlr-^igcnt,'  Dated Decumbor 1-ltli, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice ihut 'Marguerite;  Leitch t.f Vancouver, B.C., nccu-  pntiun Sulcnlady, hm-iulu te npply  lor pormifiHOii"io puroliaeo the lof-  lpwinq described lani,: -  ...Cprnmonciog at iils'ji..'ul jilhui,-.!  nt lhe nnrth capt coni'-i of  ^cdi,--,.  "TAKK notice thnt Richmond u,' Tuwmsi.ip i?0. ihnnoK wi  Cliarlox Bihh of Vaiicouvor, li, C,  Broker intends fo apply for ;|por  mission lo purchase tho following  described In tide:��������� Commencing nl  a pout pi ������n ted at \ pout but wood  Recti .oi 18k, Tovnii������hip 9, and r.:oi;t-  ion 13,Townullip'20, tlumcowwiNO  chainp, thenco pouth 40 clininH,  thenco \voi������t 40 chniii'j, thenco joulh  80 ohninf; tbenw east 40 chaiiiH,  thenou north 40 ohnioy, ilionco earn  40 cliaint;, thenco north SOchniiiH lo  piaoe of coiiiinoiK'oiiiont, contniuini;  640 ncrcH 'more or Iohc:  Bcrilu'd or. po,������t RCHV N 10 cor,  liIOllMONI) ClIAIU-lW  JlMrt,  Dim Obvrk, ngonl,  Dated Dt'ccmhcr 1!)ili, 1010,  chain!!,   I boner   sniuth  80 < |t;. *.  thoncrt un'.i SO clii.i/;-������, iiliii    ijor��������� .>:  SO ch'i'iu< to  plnc^ of coirm^ncp-  mont, eonliiiniiiii  (iiO ucros,  inr <  or low, \  Scribed on pos<, M.I..V N. i,"v<h  Maiuiuki;err. i.i-'v;-"-  Du;i   t'i-i' i.,   '  Dated 'Dnocmhor 10th. 1W10.  B  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS  ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.  NOTICE,  Hiding on locomotives and   rail  way ears of  tho   Union  (iolliory  Company by any  person   or   pa.  Bonjj���������oxcep't lain crow���������i,i Htricily  prohih'ted.    Eini-loycos  fn- mh-  ice todiHinisHtil for allowinf* hiuii-  Hy order  W. h.  COULSON,  General Manager.  Hi'i'Fin' r.Avi^ ni������TR!'vr  Di?'nri  of  Unip'ri  TAKE noiicc that Delia Hiookn,  ol   Vnnci.iivtjr,    B,    C,   .N'.irriod  woman, in ond-< to apply f-'r por-  ll.I; ; . >>���������  ."  p..������vm:v.    inv,    i' n'liiiiip  tlfliHcribeil lnndp;-Coninienoinj; nt  post planted at tbo   nnriInvent tor  iht cf  Scetinn    ;K"I,   Townfb'p   ',),  thence etiM SO chain*', thetiec south  80 cluittiH, tl coco  \si!������t M1 elinini1,  Ihcnct' north SO clmiiiH io | 1-tco of  c,')n):n������'iu:(:niciH     contnii in;;     010  niM'i'j* more or !ch*  Horibed on 1'oHt I). Wr- N. W  cor.  11        Dki.i.a Hiiouks,  Dnn Clark, Arenl.  U.iH'd December 17th, 11)10.  RUPEHT LAND  DIHT'iicl'  Diatriot of Lnpcit.  TAKE noiicn llm1 Edna Fisher  Pponcor of Ab'.mcibi, (Jul., rnarrir-d  woman, iniondH in npply for per-  mi.^ion to ptircJiaro (bu f.ij]<.wfisf������  di^'cribrd liunl?:-���������  Coinniencing at n pont p'linti <l  at iho sootb wi'Ht cornt'ir of Sect "'in  2 TowtHiip 2), Ibet.cc oii������I Sif  chnitiv, tbenoe noMli SO ,cb.iii.>  Uiei'oc wont SO eiinini', ibciictMoihli  SO ohainH to plnco of covniin c-  nieot, coniiiining (ill.) noren mori' or  Ichh.  Sorii-wl on \>m E.E.F.VS \V.  Kd.n'a Jri.���������*11ki: Si",\t'i:u  ,, Illlll I'lltflt.   \\IVA  Dated Doccnihc.r I (lib. !',)!< .  KUrHHT LAND IJISTIM.T  '������' 'I'nt of Hn'pi'rt.  TAKK NOTIOK  tliat  K.lwnr.1   Dvl<o,  of Hii uliiimlon. NY. oonolimnii.iiuoi dn lo  apply f<ir pftrunlnnion lo purohami llm fol-  Iuwidm dofcrlboJ Inndu:������������������Uoiiimtm'jinnK lit  n prut plmitoil 2   inllou    W<!Bt    of    llio  hoiiMi omit oornor of Huction 'i-i, Towimhip  VO, iIkuiuo wont 80 olmiiiH,  tht'iioo    mohIIi  HO clininu,  tlionoo oiiBt SO  ohtiinu, t'ltnco  north HllolmloH toplitoo ofcoiiiiiumaiiiicnt,  KintainiiiR ll-Kl iioron, moro op luim,  Sorllintl on post KD'tt N.K, corner,  VfVM-i, V:-.:���������.:,  Dnn fllnrk, A^iml. ���������/,,,,,.,���������,  BtitoilDooomljor llllb, 11)10. UOrLlvl   I.A;\U  Im, ��������� ; <-,  District of litf.HTf  TAK V,  llOlici-  i n.li.  : 1 i. i Ii.  of Yiuuioiixi'',, It..::    ,,  ,  IlllfOtl,'  til ,'l j  jll v-  pllirll'i':"   tli"     ;'  In nib". -  (..'oniinet;e.in:'i :  nt ibo tuiii b i-,ii.  ."., Tdwn.l'ip '.'.1.  cii:\ir,u,    llunM''  tberoi-e   nnuth  '���������''*  '���������','.-'.,       il - ��������� -.  cnot 811 cl.ninn   lo   j.i.ici-   ,)!       ���������..  lnt'i'.ci-riifiit, conttiiiiiti'.' t'U''  ic  , numi or IcM-i  '    Scril-ed on poel, ILA V Si-.,  ��������� ,r.  j Il.siiii-.i: A-hi.;v  O, H   1AHBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVESj  A������d nil XITCHKN.'.UTKNSILR "  Sportsmens Goods  'iii-  iti..  - ��������� i'  '���������>��������� i:i )-  thi-M.v  V. i'i  nud  General Hardware THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  IN ROTORUA, NEW ZEALAND.  I Was Cnred by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  Wnurika, Okla.���������"I bad femnlo troubles for seven years, waa all run clown,  and bo nervous I  could nut do anything. The doctors  treated nie for different things but  did me no good. I  got so bad that I  could not sleep duy  or night While in  this condition Iread  of Lydia K. Pinkham sVegotable  Compound, and  began its use and  wrote to Mrs. Pinkham for advice. In  a short timo I had gained my average  weight and am now strong and well."  ���������Mrs. Sallib Stevens, U. P. D. No.  3, Box 31, Waurika, Okla.  Another Gratetal Woman  London, Ont���������I feel as if I could  not teil others enough about the good  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound hi\3 done for me. I was so  weak and tired that I could not rest  nights. A friend recommended your  Compound an J I soon gained health  and strength and could not wish to  sleep better. I know other women  who have taken it for tlie same purpose  and they join mo in praising it���������MRS.  Wm. A. Buppy, 905 Dame St.  London, Ont.  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has surely cured many cases of  female ills, such as inflammation, ulceration, displacements, fibroid tumors,  irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing-down feeling, and  nervous pro**--*tion.  H. H. NIGHTINGALE  STOCKBROKER  Investment    and    Loans    Negotlaitec  33 MELINDA ST., TORONTO  Puzzle  "I  gave Charley  his     answer  last  -night._and-the foolish boy went and  got full afterward."  "Did you say 'Yes' or No'?"  "What're ye comin' home with your  milk pail empty for?" demanded the  farmer. "Didn't the old cow give  anything?"  "Yes," replied the boy; "nine  quarts and one kick."���������The Sacred  Heart Kcview.  Some   Things   Which     Interested   ���������  Visitor Staying There.  "Rotorua, New Zealand, ia a curi-'  ous part of the world," says a woman  who recently returned from an interesting stay In that place. "You may  be leaning on your umbrella and will  suddenly notice steam coming from  the ground where you made the hole.  Tho ground is just^ like chalk and  you feel the heat coming up. 1 saw  places where hot and cold springs  existed side by side, the native using  one spring for cooking thoir food  and the other for preserving raw  materials.   ;<��������� ' ������     -  "The hotels in New Zealand ar?  rather primitive, in one. for instance,  there was only one both tub and in  the mornings men and women would  stand in line before the door, chid in  their bathrobes, waiting for their turn  at the tub. Tbnt wag rather embarrassing, but the natives did not seem  to mind it.  "They have a way of rapping on  your door at 5 o'clock in-the morning and asking if you would not like  a, cup of ten. Tea seems to be drunk  to a larger extent than it is even in  England, for New Zealand is, a temperance country and on the comers  where you would expect to see a barroom there is a tea parlor, and I wad  told that the men drink the beverage  as they would whisky in England.  "One of the most desirable souvenirs you can get down there is a  little kit basket mndo of fine hemp,  covered with peeweo feathers, which  are made by the. Maori women. Hav-  ing seen one T was..anxious to carry  one home, but was unable to find  one at any shop until the day before  I was to. leave I saw one in a general  store.   1 asked the price.  " 'That is not for sale,' replied the  merchant, a white man. He added  that it had been made especially for  the South Kensington Museum in  London. 'My wife bas been'making  several tb order,' be said. Well, I  pleaded and pleaded, and finally he  saw t was in earnest. But be said  it was impossible to have one made.  I kept on insisting and then he asked me when L was going away. I told  him tbe next day at 11 o'clock.  . " 'My wife makes tho baskets, but  she is very lazy. I don't like to ask  her to make one now, but I'll see  what I can do.' He retired into a  back room and there I saw him talking with a Maori woman. He made  an emphatic gesture and then he  shut tnJ door anu locked it with a  bronze key a foot long.  " 'I'll promise you shall have your  kit to-morrow before you sail,  madam,' he said. I got it, for the  merchant had locked his wife in the  room and told her she should have  nothing to eat or drink until she had  ���������tinished'-a-basket-for-me;"  Teacher���������"Now, Tommy, suppose a  man gave you $100 to keep for bim  and then died, what would you do?  Would you pray for hini?"  Tommy���������''No,, sir; I would pray for  another like bim."���������The United Presbyterian,  "Mister," said tbo villager. "I see  you play 'Macbeth' tonight. Ik it n  tragedy?" "How much in the lwix office Bill?" shouted Yoi'ick Hnnint.  "Sovon dollars." "Yes, iny friend;  it's tragedy all right."���������Washington  Herald.  A man never realizes bow many  faults bo has until be gets married���������  then bis wifo tolls bim,  Tact doos not remove all difficulties  ���������it side-steps tbem,  A girl who knows nothing of archery  may bo ablo to draw a beau,  The Kudos of Kingship,  Some   elementary   school  children,  about ten years of age, were recently  | asked to write an'essay on "George  V., King of England."   The observa-  I tions on His Majesty's daily life we������  i rather   sensational.     One   little   boy  tells us that His Majesty spends tho  intervals between his  meals walking  up and down bi3 garden path; that  he makes his laws up out of his head,  and that he has liver and bacon for  breakfast.  "1 think he has veal and ham and  thick gravie, which is trimed with  parsly, and is on a silver dish," says  another youthful essayist. "After that  he has apple-pie, strawberrys and  cream, and then forty winks before  he go9e to tbo theater." But perhaps  the best piece of humor is furnished  by the laddie who tells us that the  King rides about in a,golden carriage,  sleeps in a golden bed, wears a crown  on his head on Sundays, and gets  wages every day which come to $30,-  000 every week.  It will be news to tbe Court that  "sumtim.es the King passes his time  away sitting on his throne" reading";  and it is edifying to loam from another juvenile historian that "he has  some children who do not go to Sunday school, so he spends his time,  singing hymns with them in the  afternoon,'"  Early  to bod   and  early  In  rise, to  many it. man would prove n surprise.  Why Should I Use  Cuticura Soap?  "There ia nothing the matter  with my< skin, and I thought  Cuticura Soap was only (or nkirt  troubles." True, it is for skin  troubles, but its great mission is  to prevent ukln troubles. For  more than a generation ita delicate emollient and prophylactic  properties have rendered it the  standard for this purpose, while  its extreme purity nnd refreshing  fragrance give to it all the advantages of the best of toilet soaps.  It ia also invaluable in keeping  the hands soil anu white, tin; hair  live and glossy, and tiie utalp  free from dandruff and irritation.  While its first cost is a few cents  more than that of ordinary toilet  soaps, it is prepared with sui'h tare  and of such materials, that it wears  to a wafer, often outlasting several  cakes of other soap, and making  its use, in practice, most economical. Cuticura Soap is aold by  druggists and dealers everywhere,  but the truth of these claims may  be demonstrated without cost by  sending to "Cuticura," Dept. yhl,  Boston, U. S. A., for a liberal sam-  plerake, togetherwith a thirty-two  page book oa the skin and hair.  GOLDEN  OPPORTUNITY.  Jamaica Offers  Much to Those WK������  Would Succeed.  Senor G. H. Melhado, the Croesus  of the West Indies, is very enthusiastic over the smiling isle of Jamaica  which he believes has a great,future  before it. He is probably the richest  man in the West Indies and the best  informed on opportunities for investment in that fruitful region. In discussing the matter recently he said:���������  "Unless a man has a good-sized nest  egg he will not be able to make much  money in Jamaica., .There are only  three or four industries ��������� growing  sugar cane and bananas, raising cattle  and mining���������and capital is absolutely!  essential. Land is cheap, however,  and there are large profits in sugar  and bananas. Then, too,. capital.-ia  absolutely safe in Jamaica. It is tha  best-governed of all tho English colonies^ jmoV no matter where one lives  "oTfTlie iiland one caTrgT*to~sleep~with"  as much security as in the biggest  hotel in London. A large amount ol  capital is being invested there at  present, and scores of people from  other places, have cottages and bungalows there.  "There are more than 1,000 miles ol  fine macadamized roads on"the island,  and although I have traveled all over  tho world I know of no place where  one can take a better automobile trip.  "Jamaica will never have any maim-  facturing. Its future lies in tha development of its broad acres. To  make a success at raising sugar cane  or bananas one must remain on tha  island the greater part of the year.  There are hundreds of thousands of  acres that have never been cultivated  and they can be bought very cheaply."  Too Much For Thackeray,  A lady, an intimate friend and a  frequent visitor at the Thnekeray  home, culled lute one afternoon. Shu  wus shown into the study, and on entering perceived the novelist himself  seated at. his desk, his bead bowed  upon his arms Ken ring she was in-  truding in the presence of somo great  and unknown grief, she paused, heal-  tntiiiR Then, thinking sho might be  of some help, or at least express her  sympathy, she stepped forward. Just  then Thnekeray looked up, His shoulders were slinking; tin.' tears streaming from bis eyes.  "Little Nell is dead." bo said  brokenly,  "Little Nell?" his visitor inter,  ropted,  "Yes, Little Nell," was the amwor;  "she is dead���������I'vo just been reading  it." IJi'fore him. on bis desk, lay uu  open copy of Old Curiosity Shop.     .  "��������� -���������-"���������'������������������  *       - -""- ,  Veteran Admiral's Record.        ���������{  Admiral Sir Algernon Frederick i  Rous de Horsey, K.C.U., who retired I  from tlie navy tn 18()'2, haa attained!  the vi'insrahlii nge of 8<l. I  IL .-���������;'.'.! cr. tV.f ',r"'-'t nl fi.t^-ti In  1<mi, was senior naval oflicer during!  thn Jamaica insurrection in lttt>5, ana,  during tho Feninn raids on tho Lakesi  uf Canada in 1M<1; Commodore in tha  West Indies, 1872-5; Coinninnder-in-l  Chief in tho Pacific in 1870-0, nnd I  -.I iXin Chntmnf floiindron in IPftl-fi;1  and for several years aide-de-camp toj  Quoon Victoria j  Sir Algernon married a daughter of (  Admiral Andrew Drew, and tbey celo-(  orated their golden wedding in April, j  I A   Famous   Jewel. )  '���������   'Hie Kohinoor, th������ famous diamond!  now in thn British frown, was an or-1  jnaiwnt on tho tomb of Abknr, near!  'Agra, for more than a century in tho!  hi������Mi  air without guard until Nadir,  jjthah  of  Persia,  who  in varied   Indin  j in 17311, Racked the palaces and tomb*  1 *f th*  Moguls  and carrUd ba*k to  i Teheran 1300,000.000 worth of loot.���������  j London MaiL'  Ghost nnd tbe Secret Box.  Lord St. Audries, better known as  Sir Alexander Acland-Hood, has been1  entertained at the House of Commons  to a farewell dinner by Col. Lockwood,  Sir Gilbert Parker, and Mr. Wilfrid  Ashley.  Like many of tho members of both  Houses of Parliament, Lord St, Audries was in tbe Grenadier Guards,  but left 'the army some seventeen  years ago upon succeeding to tho baronetcy. Four yours previously he had  married a daughter of tho fourth Lord'  Ventry,  A nephew of the lato Lord Hood of  Avnlon, bis lordship is also a connection of Lord  Itridport.  There is a weird ghost story told  about tho Bridport family. At tho  death of the father of the present  peer, an old worm-eaten box waa  found among his possessions. No  one had ever been allowed to touch  it, but after tlm clecuso of tho old  peer a relative determined to find out  its contents.  So ono night, having hnd it convoyed into the library, hn sot to  work, struggling bard with thn locks,  clamps, and steel binding. Lookitig  up suddenly, so tbo story goes, hn  was utterly astounded to sen the dond  man standing opposite hini, bis arm  raised, ns though defying bim to go  any further. After that the box with  its secret wns destroyed tutopenod.  Not Exactly  Conductor���������"Did you get out and  stretch your legs when we stopped at  the junction?'-  Passenger���������"Well, not exactly. I  went into, the dining-car and had  them pulled."���������Brooklyn Life;   .  Contradictory  Margaret���������Isn't it strange?  Katharine���������What?  Margaret���������Thiit many a woman who  has bleached her hair wants to keep  it dark. ���������  Many a  man  could hide' his light  under a thimble.  If  a .woman's  diamonds  are  paste  she may not have tbe dough.  A vain woman would rather hear  ber complexion praised'than her virtues. '  Love-may not make the world go  round, but it makes a lot of men "go"  broke.  Being married to a strenuous woman prevents-a man from living the  simple'life.  How's This?  ��������� Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward  Tor any case of Catarrh that cannot be  oured by rfall'B Catarrh Cure.  F. .T. CT1KNKY & Co., Toledo. O.  We, the undersigned, have known F. J.  Ohenov for the Inst, fifteen years, nnd believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions nnd financially ablo  earry out any obligations made by his  firm.  WAI.DTNO,  KTNNAN A MAUVIN,  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O,  TTnll's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,  acting directly upon tho hlood and mucous,  surfaces,'of the system.   Testimonials sent!  free.    Price 75 cents per bottle.   Sold hy  all DrtiKgiflts.  Tako nail's Family Pills for constipation,  C. P. R. Operate New Lines  It is stated that in a short time the  entire line of the Canadian Pacific  Railway between Mqose Jaw, Outlook,  Kerrobert and Macklin; in Saskatchewan, will be opened for trallic. Services bave been operated for some  time ut either end of tbe line between  Moose Jaw and Outlook and Macklin  and Kerrobert, but it "was only last  month that the central portion of the  line between Outlook und-Kerrobert  was completed.  It is now 267 miles from Moose Jaw  to Macklin, and construction work  was started north of Outlook in May,  1910. The new line leaves Moose Jaw  in a northwesterly direction, and runs  through a rich farming country.  Eventually it will form a junction  with the Lacombe-Castor Branch nt  Kerrobert. When the" whole line is  opened for trallic it will 0be a great  boon to all classes of traffic in Saskatchewan, for not only will the farmers nlong the right-of-way benefit, but  it^vin^ivrl.lTert'o^w'STrKd-citrpsTTiwv-  rapidly growing, in the vicinity of the  line, a direct new connection with tbe  main line of the C. P. 11. to Moose  Jaw,. ".Kegina," 'Brandon, Winnipeg,  Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago.  Wanted To Know  '   Mrs. Flint (severely)���������Do you ever  drink intoxicants?  Soiled" Sponer (at the door)���������Before replyin', madam, permit me to  ask if dat is an invitation or merely  an inquiry?  A 8nfo Pill For Sufferers.���������There are  pills that violently purge and fill the  stomach nnd intestines with pain. Parmelee's -Vegetable Pills are mild -and  effective. They arc purely vegetable, no  mineral purgative entering into their  composition and their effect is soothing  and beneficial. Try them and ho convinced. Thousands can attest their great  curative qualities because thousands owe  their health and strength to- timely use  of this most excellent medicine.  "Bingsley wants an extra man or  two "in the sporting department during nice week." "Never mind what  Bingsley wants. Give tbe society editress three'��������� ���������more assistants."���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Dandruff  "I can't.".mnke my living by my  pen." "J make a good living'by my  pen." "Do you. too. write poems?"  "No; I raise pigs."���������Baltimore American.  Kegarded ns one of tho most, potent  compounds ever introduced with which  to combat nil summer' complaints and  inflammation of tho bowels, Dr. .T, D.  Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial hns won for  itself n reputation thnt no other cordial  for tbe purpose can nspti'c to. For voting  or old suffering from these complaints it  is the best medicine" that con be, procured.  Don't.  [Dedicated to a young man who l������ about  to upend a week ut a Hummer ruiorcl  Don't bo foolishly elated, ������  Don't with ,>rlile become Inflated,  When a pruity girl haa ituled  That your dnnelriff I* dlvlno,  Keep your ronton firmly teatod,  Lot her wonbt tie calmly greeted,  ,  What alio says wilt bo repeated  To tlui lint .voting nun! In lino.  Do not rnte younmlf too highly  When a pretty maiden shyly  Lot* ynu iimiiw.a nor fliigorN ulylv  Where the younij moun'R Hunt t������ dim.  When yoti'ru buck In town ami tri'tung  tiiilliu ln-n   tfcimrt   Vim im ituibf,  Hor beifullo him while she's uottlnK  Thorn) same llnnera snu������e*ed tiy mm,  -Chicago Heconl-lleruhi.  High and Low.  A local mlnlNtcr, having forgnnpn  tho nnmo nt n new member of him tun-  gregntHiii, fn sou! to lmvo upproiit innl  ,ilm with fho rciiuirl.-f  "Let nn? nei������-������ii������ ytiii upHI your hint  nnmo wllh nn T or un 'u'f"  "Am T t>y all niwinx. ������uti know my  liamo u UIU."���������ioungatowu tU.i J'tie-  tfram.  .. W. N. U.,   No H5.  The vyeokly Payment Plan  The weekly payment plan affords  wnge-earners an easy and suro way of  making provision for the time whan  their earning powers bave censed,  For example, if a mnn nt present  nged 40 years were to deposit witb the  Canadian Government $1 n week until be. was 05 for tbe purpose of buying a Canadian Government, Annuity,  he would receive $2(11 a year for tbo  remainder of bis days. And if he  died before he was G5 what bo bnd  paid, in accumulated at -1 per cent,  compound interest would be refunded lo bis heirs. Full particulars  concerning the scheme may be bad  by anyone over the nge of five yenrs,  if he or she will apply to the Superintendent of Canndiiin Government  Annuities, Ottawa. State age. ln.st  birthday, tho.nge at which Annuity  is desired to begin, and the amount  which you wnnt to pny ench week,  nnd the Superintendent will loll you  what amount of Annuity the payments  Will buy,   Write tonight,  Tbe ernp of fools isn't governed by  tbo lnw nf supply nnd demand,  Probably more men would retire to  their closets to pray if the fninily  skeleton d hi n't take, up so much room.  Tt bike* n brnve barber (o henrd n  lion in his den.  Autoist���������"How do your folks get  nlong, being so fnr nwny from a doctor?" Native���������"Wn-al, ye see, most  of us have t' dio a nnt .'nil \ death. "���������  Judge.  "There is ono thing about nn nero-  plnne rnee." "Wbut is tbnt?" "They  nlwitvs hnve to make u (lying start,"  ������������������Baltimore AnnVrieiui,  "Whnt on enrtb possessed Mrs.  Bendycash to marry that, dry goods  clerk?" "She couldn't resist him, you  know. When she first met him he  was at the bargain counter."���������Toledo  Blade.  Sweet nnd palatable, Mother Graven'  Worm Kxterminntor is acceptable to  children, and it docs its work surely and  promptly.  "I am going to blow out ,my  brains!" "If. you are a good enough  shot to do thnt you can do hotter by  leaving your bruins where tbey nre  nnd going into vaudeville."���������Houston  Dnily Post, '  If a dose of Hamlins Wizard Oil  taken nt night will prevent your having a bnd cold in the morning, isn't  it'a good idea to bave it ready to take  the moment you feel the cold coming?  "Senator, why don't you unpack  your trunk?" You'll bo in Washington for six yoni'R." "I don't know  about, tbnt, My state bus the recall."  ���������Louisville Courier-Journal.  Things we want seldom  ploaso ua  after we got thorn,  ==*=  The Human Heart  The heart it a wonderful double pump, through the  ���������ction of which the blood Ktream it kept nweepintf  round and round through the body at the rate of icven  milei an hour. " Remember thii, that our bodiet  will not stand the tttrnin of over-work without rfood,  pure blood any more than the engine can run imooth*  ly without oil." After many yean of itudy in the  aotive practice of medioine, Dr. R, V. Pierce found  that when the stomach watt out of order, the blood  impure and there were symptoms of general break*  down, a tonio made of the <lycer!o extract of oertain  roots was the hest corrective.   This he called  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  Debit mode without alcohol, this ���������' |S1edloal Discovery" helps the itomsch ta  assimilate the food, thereby curing dyspepsia, It is especially adapted to diseases  attended with excessive tissue waste, notably In convalescence from various  (evers, (or thin-blooded people and those who are always " catohlng oold,"  Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser Is sent on receipt of 50 one*  cent stamps for the Prenolt oloth-botind book of 1008 pages. Addren Dr.  Ii. V. I'ieree, No. 665 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.  CAPITAU  PAID  Uf������, Sl.OOO.OOO RESERVE   FUND, SBOO.000  Eftabllthad   10O1  HEAD   OFFICE:   29    KING   STREET   EAST.   TORONTO  Officora:  HON. oeo, A. cox  E.  R. WOOD    ���������      ���������  O. A.  MORROW  ���������  , Pnt;������iD������MT  Vicu-PneaiotNT  Viee-Puciii&cHT  B. tt. PEACOCK  W. O. HOOOEN3  J,  A.   FRA3ER  ocnkiial manaoen  -     ���������     ������      Manaocn  ���������     ���������     8kcnktahv  MONTREAL  BRANCH  CANADA    UirC    OUILDIMO  C.   C.   NomwoNTMV, Manaseh  LONDON, Enq.,  BRANCH  ������7   COR NM ILL,    LONDON.    E.C.  H.   O,   WAUVACe ��������� - MANAOC*  Canadian Government, Municipal and Corporation Bonds  ^uJU  M'im..-i,,m^r...,^f,^^^.iti.m^.^ n  V 1  THE  NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  AEDAN3NG  ONCE upon a time thero was a  woman who had money hut no  taste. She alho had a Japanese  rei������������int, Sho "would he seized with a  desire to work and would mako  dally raids on her-'conservatory, and  with a pretty little up?on nml a pair of  gold-plated scissors she would gather  flowers and arrange them with her own  fair hands. The Horn I results wcie  what most bouquets are if arranged and  bunched without the artistic eye. They  brought''pain to the Japanese servant,  lor In his land of llowers there is much  to bo learned. The art of using blossoms to advantage is ono that can bo  mastered if you lend your ear id,a few  salient facts. There are simple rulei  of color and composition that should  guide you, and then tho home bouquet  , will be an Important contributing "factor to the decoration of a room.  Let us consider the holder. It should  be of a dark" or light color, neutral In  shade If possible, furnishing ������a contrasting base for the mass of bright  color above. The abominations known  eg vases, and defying all th������������ ' .������* of  Shape and color, have one .,-"'���������*���������tha  ash heap. Dark green, gray, t-ud color  OJid cream relieved by patches of color  nre always good.  For different (lowers there are different types of holders,,, Long-stemmed  roses should be ullOweO to retain their  length and, therefore, must be placed  in high vases. Short-stemmed panslea  have a delightful setting"In*a'Hat bowl.  Masses of blossoms should be allowed  room in a" wido, deep holder, and so on.  Never place flowers that have been  made lh'a tight bouquet in their holder. Clip the string.'and..arrange them'  Icosely at different heights In the vase.  Glvo them plenty of their own leaves  that serve to blend the colors, and also  pee that plenty of fresh water is given  each; day. As a rble, a bouquet ie best  when made of one kind'of flower. Do  not group pansles, nasturtiums and  sweet peas in one bunch. Rather have  three different arrangements, or one  each day.  Look at the h.tfh woven basket of a  ~iOTt^uHir^reW" th"at_hxilds~th'e~little-  tearoses. It has a thin handle and la  wider at the top than at the base-  therefore beautiful because of this  difference. It Is quaint and Is a fitting holder for the yellow flowers  vthat suggest an old-fashioned garden.  These nre short stemmed and are  placed in a close, Irregular mass,  higher at one side. '".'  White roses are shown In another  holder, this time In a white bowl in a  green wicker netting. They are longer  In the stem, mid some are placed with  their full blooms hanging over the ���������-.  edge of the bowl. The leaves carry  out the groen-nnd-whlte scheme.  Violets, with tholr slender stems and  large greer. leaves, are particularly  fortunate If .arranged In white glass.  The glass hnskct Is not to bo Improved upon for holding the purple  blossoms, It shows the (Ino green  stems through the glass, thus carrying the pale color down to the table.  t&jisies  3tS -inaJiatdish  Here ngnln tho leaves play an Important part, giving'relief, which Is the  seerot of'boimty.  In   tho  high  white  glass holder a  single roso looks woll.  Don't attempt  to crowd four or five Into the narrow  mouth.   You do not want a fountain  of roses,   In other words, the childish  arrangement of flowers should not bo  yours.  Parisies or nasturtiums are always  beautiful when floating Jn water A  *1arge saucer-like holder or a flat bowl  is the conrect and the beautiful thing  for these short-stemmed flowers. The  inew shape on three china pedestals is  s .nown. It was designed especially for  the artistic lover, of flowers.  .Last In this flower group is the artistic bunch of wild flowers gathered  from the fields and the'-orchards. Ab  the blossoms grow on the trees they  aro massed in the large jardiniere.  Some branches are high, Borne aro  low; a few reach out nt the sldo and  some drr-op over the edge. The arrangement Is a suggestion for any  flowers Buch as wild carrots, dulales,  goldcnrod or the spring blossoms of  dogwood and tho fruit trees.  '^^If&mmmik?  Experiment with the summer I ou- ns amass of color In connection wltl  quet.   Take a few branches out, put the holder.    Place thn bouquet on i  extra  ones   In;   pull   iip   some,   push table or "a shelf,  with a little spaci  down others and bond the twig Into a around-It.    Mnke It help In tho beatf  graceful  lino,    Consider the flowers tlfylng of tho home.  A MORE extensive mythology la connected with the ring than with  any other iwtlele of Juwelry. Evory  nation hns Iind It's own particular legend-  pertaining lo this trinket, and each age  tU own superstition.  Rings lmve served aa charms ngnlnst  tho ovll eye, as emblems ot priesthood,  caskets for poisons, receptacles for perfumes, cures fnr maladies, pledges for  debt, tokens of widowhood and, abovo  all, emblems of lovo,  As "the hitler, tho ring Is never likely  lo fall Into dlHiiHe, Why, then, Bhould  It not survive in ns picturcitque u form  it* possible','  In place of the. Inrgo solitaire diamond,  which H In new customary for Iho mod-  *rn lover to give ta tho object of IiIb affections, would It not add sentiment to  the betrothal gift to have a hoop of  smaller brllllnnlM or a plainer ring, Inscribed with an appropriate and simple-  lienrted lino? "Lot our content be who  love* bDBt," "By giving this begins my  biles," "My llfo Ih dono when thou art  tfone," are simple linos that should  mnko tlie hciiTt of any true woman glad  If hen towed ui'on her by tlio mnn uho  Joves host.  During the- nftoonth nntl alxtoonth  centuries it was the custom In Italy to  present the hrldo-to-bo with a betrothal  ring formed llko two alcoves, with a  hand Issuing from each and clasped In  the center, In Indication of faith and  love, Similar In design arc the "gom-  ol" rings, consisting frequently of  threo rings Joined togothor hy a pivot  ,. .     ,,.l     ./m^ii., * Hi,     ,,lij    i#,*it..       4*������.ftJ    *������*t-'  ���������itch ornamented with n hnn<l, whllo the  center ring Is slightly ehnsod or chiseled, When closed, the outer fastens  ovtr the inner beneath the clasped  hands, and on tho wedding duy It wus  tho custom to break tho rings apart,  f,|ylr, f*  nr, n   . f   tli ,,   1-1 V ,.    ......    , .    i,        .  . , ...  groom and one to the'minister.  This quaint conceit of the clasped-  hand ring originated with tho llo-  mnns nnd still survives In the Normandy peasant's wedding ring, while  a similar ring combining a heart  clasped between two right hands  serves the same function fnr the  flsher folk In the west of Onlway.  These sre handed down ss an heir-  l������or������ from one generation to nnniliar,  IH     Bother parting with her ring ai  tho marriage pf her eldest daughter.  Thus many rings now In uso dalo  back for Hcvernl centuries and ure of  great untlqiinrlnii value,  During Vlctoria'8 rolgn It wns tho  custom, to glvo away rings to tho  wedding giiostH or tho attendants at  the man-Inge ceremony, ������  At her luarrlngo six dozen gold  rings were distributed to tho wedding  guoHts. Tlio queen's portrait In pro-  llle wns engraved or. ei'ch ring nnd  underneath'wus InBcrlbed "Victoria Regina."  The custom of wearing both tho en-  gngoinont nnd wedding ring on tho  loft hand nppunrs to hnve ariMon from  the Idea that humility and dependence were connected with tho loft  hand, while the right Imnd hIkuHUm!  power and authority,  Tho real explanation of" tho lion-  orod selection of tho loft hand for iho  emblems of lo\*o and conjugal unity Is  probably u very prnotlcnl ono duo to  tho fact that, us the loft hand In less  frequently In use than the right, tho  ornnmentH worn upon It arc loss likely  to ho diiniitgad,  However this may bo, would It not  hn woll to nhooRO tlio pretty fancy of  tho posy ring for an engagement  token rather than a costly Jeweled  ring thnt Ib, perhaps, far beyond tho  moans of your lover nnd causos him to  deny htuiHolf many comforts In ordor  to mnot tho cost of a nolltnlro diamond  ring?  Cravat Holders  AN ACCEPTARLE gift for the man  who travels Is ono of the new cravat holders mnde of soft, flexlblo  leather or suede and lined with silk.  These nre. fashioned so the rrnvrtt*  will lie flat, being folded only onco in  the center, and there can he no danger  of crumpled ties.  Two littlo pockets are stitched on the  Inside of the holder which hnve flaps  hold In place with glove fasteners.  Theso are to hold the studs, collar but*  tons, scarfplns and cufflinks,  Th* Meg are Dimply laced In the holder*  smoothly; it Is then folded over and)  laid In tne suitcase, trunk or bag,   H  takes up little room iiud U v������iy con-  venlenu  NEWSMPEP5 TO THE RESCUE  l-lltlf,    ,   yjj������  IT  n  'PirtR they are! Flre! ltd to a pm-  sled mind nnd with iibHiltitely no  exporiH*   Incurred!     How   many  ������.,\,.t, i,,,,.  .   nothing?   l'PrhiipH tiny mc walling f"i*  " the   "old-lmltle*-fild-ruK������"  Inventor; but  really  they can he put to it better iihc,  ond here are a few hint* for you,  Why worry If yon have forgotten  your coat-hunger? liave ynu ever  thought of Improvising one? Take mi  ordinary newspaper ami mil It into a  flnt, thick roll nbotit two Imln-n wldv  Mini us lung ni> vou with. 'In- It In the  center with string und fasten Hit ends,,  r>t the conl ao tb*' n loop will reeulf,  tliiiH onnlillni, the ImnHy 'tiling to b������  hung,  t>...   , ..  ,.   ,.,.. .-   I������      V ...   ,. 'I'   ���������!������������������ j  thdi iim paper illitiipii slightly ut each  end In n curved line (rum l'ie weight of  u cont. Vou will (tlcit dlM'HVfr thnt the  refill! I������ rxtnmelv Hiltlsfnctor;',. Try tt.  I'm- pfdlshing itilriom or window  kIiixkcm, a iieweimper It* unexcelled.  Theie In HomctMim hi the Ink that give*  ll mi ������-nicacy thai In very Milsfurtor,'  to the hmw#wtf> and attractively Inev  pc|i������H'C   tit   Inr   p.cVt-Diiink.  liitairri'*' ' '���������" -���������mm.-"���������'..  ^SfSfiS*:.'.^"^^-:^*^^ "���������' tMIM THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  r     ���������'^���������^T'  \ i, v. '.    '<    V  v"5 y  .'O-i k  IJ^Jiv.^41^ .JMWtuA*ri.4i1������i v-*-*-* *  5SS8T���������*  ���������!vt*-' ill  BLANKETS  AND  COMFORTERS  White and Grey  Blanket  Flannelette Sheets  all sizes,  Wool and Down Comforters, Pillows and  Pillow Cases. We can supply everything  to make your bed comfortable. A full  stock of* Furniture always ou hand.  a  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  Ivad'iiss' & Genti.bmjsn's  tailor.. made   suits'  -��������� '    '-������������������ . \  FROM   ������20.00   TO $35,00,  Cl.KANING    AND  PRESSING  DONE AT  REASONABLE' PRICES.  i*j ���������> i  ������  Phone 52  Cumberland B.C.  A. MoKSNNON, McPhee Block, Cumberland  Iii an interview with Mr Thos  F. Bate as to the probability of  his again running tor  mayoralty  honors,   Mr,  Bate states that he  has beeu approached  by adarge  number of property-holders   to  again place his name for. npmina  tion at tlie coining civic elections  Mr.  Bate  expressed " himself as  being entirely in favor of a cleau  'town in every  respect,   aud   re  forms iu every   department   of  the city. He would do everything  to further the best interests of the  city and citizens as far as lay iu  his   power,   aud  we know that  wheu that gentleman enters into  a proposition like this   he   goes  iuto it with a determination   of  carrying out every pledge made  to the electors, if it is possible for  him to do so.     Mr Bate has not  as yet decided to accept, but promises to give it serious consider,  at ion.     We are sure if Mr, Bate  decides to come out,.and is elected, that the aft airs of the. city will  be in safe and capable hands.  The eighth annual convention  of the British Columbia Association of School Trustees will be  held in Aberdeen School Building, Vancouver. B.C., on Nov,  8th, 9th and 10th, 1911. The  following are the announcements:  , Invitations are excended to  provincial school inspectors, and,  where possible, to school teachers,  AU school districts in the province are entitled to send delegates.  . ,  All delegates shall purchase  single first-class.tickets, and have  agent give a standard certificate.  Present certificate to the,,secretary oi the convention for signature, and if 100 hold these certificates, delegates will be returned  free; if less than 100, Jheu ��������� at,  one-third rate. Delegates' wives  and friends are included and all  should have standard certificates.  Write the secretary, J. J. Doug  an, Cotton Drive, Vancouver, at  once "naming number of delegates  NEWSGIIIiDlVLK   VOX. S. S,  00W101JAN  Coimiii'iuiiiiif on Tlmi't'diiy night  Infit.thi'S. W. Cowk'hiui of tliu  UHo'1'1 Stouiiiahi].! Company opon-  (iil a new Rcliednlo which will givu  Naiuiinio two nijiiit bouts u week  jiirit nt) "I" one licit m heretofore-.  lT,i������ll liu'tliei' imtiei' tlu* Cow.  :di������i- wii! 'tuive \*H������ic.oiiver at 8  "'< im ������������������ 11': 'it,���������;������������������ 'my liu'lit art'iv-  i;ij,>, ,������ .'. ii. I.'.ki lit 11.til), profit d-  '.-;:.' 1 -- 11.. t'l-inox making iwdb' ut  .litMvor Ciwk, Don man Inland and  Union Bay, returning louving Comox fur Nimuiino nt <1 p. 111. Fri-  ditv arriving Imm'h uhout U.MO and  proceeding t<> Vr.neoiuor i\t 11.  Tliu flnun' "idiDilulo   operated   on  Church Not Asleep.  At the service in the Methodist  Church last Sunday evening a  vigorous protest was made against  the proposal to permit a house of  ill-fame in Cumberland. After  an address on the subject, "Shall  we have an open town?" the following resolution was introduced  and seconded by' members of the  audience: .,  ,%Whereas au effort is being  made to demoralize the City of  Cumberland by the introduction  of a house of prostitution contrary to the laws of British Columbia and against the best senti  ment of our citizens,  Realizing that such would be  not ouly a disgrace and reproach  to our city, but a most serious  menace to our youth and an unspeakable curse to our coiumuu  ity,  We hereby request from the  candidates about to appeal to us  for election as mayor and' alder  merTaT t lle~a"ppf6ac "inng~ inuii ic i-  pal election a pledge that they  will by every means within their  power, if elected, .maintain the  enforcement of the laws of the  land, and defend the morality and  fair name of our town."  ���������- A standing vote was taken on  the resolution, every individual  of tne hundred or more people  present rising to their feet iu  support cf the resolution.  . ,    .. ���������1, .o--.- .-  Our mail service for the past t"-'o  or threo weeks has been like ihe  wind, "thou canst not tell whence  it coineth or whither it goojh."  Iii. fnet it has boon a come and go-  as you-please affair of. Into.  Wu regret that through a mistake the name of Miss Ellon Ueoso  did not appear in the report of the  con cor t in tlio Methodist church  last week., .Her rendering of "She  Wus n Grand Old Lady," eon-  I Hunted materially to the outer-  tainment of the evening.  <.  .1    'iv.  1 ������,\, .1,  1,  ,���������:ii , 1,  l  11,  ono run on Hutni'day'd iih hereto���������  ore, thu change- giving ^iiivaimo  an extra boat each w-������������|< tu northern points and uko tu Vancuti-  ver.  WANTED���������A small cook move  in ,idi)���������' omIi-i . Apply W. 11.  Th   .itr, ncin nu lu'liuiry.  i'iiilmieiphi'i   *on    Loin   Now  Yot'/ ut luwhull 011  Tuesday, by  . HC010 (if 1���������JJ.  Small Girl; Why doeseu't baby talk, Father?  Father; He can't talk yet dear,  young babicH never do.  Small Girl; Oh yes they do,  tJob did. Nurse read to me out  ol the bible how Job cursed the  day he was born.  OVKRHFAItDON A LOCAL  VEUANIJAII  Ue-coutunipluting  tlm   slurs���������  A las-, wo shall soon lmve noon  the hint of the beautiful Milky  Way."  She.   "Why ho"'  lie.    "BeeauBo norontititiefi and  aviation are mukiiig   suuh   rapid  prtigi'ewH that it will hooii hu churn-  t'l! IlltobllltOI'/'���������bpOl'Cll ltl"lio)li-  onM in this iiiKtanee,  Pat had gone home tu Ireland  and xva* telling about. N"vr   Vnrl:  ���������'Have they such tall bindings  in America in; they say. VntV  :ts!:t>d tht) p'ti'ish priurit.  Tall building* vo ted; nttr?" replied Pat.  "Faith, m\f\\ thu Ui'it building I  worked on wu had to lay on our  Htotnachti to let thu moon pass.  rttji-**ir*a***m������t^^ **r**0***^^  '      MAROCCHI BROS    V  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds'of'"  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  COMMUNICATIONS.  Editor N ews:���������You are entitled  to the gratitude and bust thanks of  every clean living and decent citizen for the courageous exposure of  the alleged intention of electing: a  mayor and council at the 'forthcoming municipal election with  the nefarious design of instituting  a wide open town with a red light  district; discharging' the' present,  magistrate, city clerk and policeman.; To accomplish this they are  taking steps to get on the voters'  list all aiid sundry whom they  think are of a sufficiently low  moral tone to vote for such a disgraceful proposition,.., Cumberland,  hitherto has been kept -practically  free from such conditions, thanks  l^l^prTmiptMrtioTr^  ent provincial oflicer it has been  stamped , out in the immediate  vicinity. There undoubtedly' is  an overwhelming force ot clean  public opinion and best sentiment  in the i-ity to prevent it from being  turned over to the rnluof the baser  element for any such purpose, even  if it were possible, to find candidates depraved enough to publicly  offer theinselvos for tiny such dia  boliortl purposes, Dr,. Ernest  Hall, on a public platform, stated  that one bad woman was a source  of greater danger than cholera,  diphtheria, smallpox aud bubonic  plague combined, That being so  what can bu said of anyone who  would advocato its .introduction  horo, Josici'ii Shaw.  W. J. Goard, the piano tuner,  will be in town this week.  Mr. Theobald has returned from  11 visit to liis homo iu .Summer-  land,  Dawson. Oct, 213,���������Dr. Al  Prod Thompson, Conservative candidate, wns elected today by a majority of 400 ovor F. T. Cong-  don, hid Liberal opponent for the  federal liounu, Thompson polled  1,125, whilo Cogdeii polled 730  votes,  "More and more to follow."  Change of advertisements will  not be received at this olllee later  thaii 12 o'clock noon on Tuesdays.  J'Oii bALK���������Cboice Dahlia  Bulb*. Apply Mi'H, J. Stewart,  Fern Cottage, Allen Avenue.  1)ISSOLUTION OF PARTNE11-  SHIP.  ���������TAKE NOTICE that tlie purl-  nership existing between Li. ILor-  iial and A. Maxwell in connection  w'th the Star Liv^vy Stable in the  City of Cumberland has been -dis-  solved as of the 15 day, of Sepleni-  ber.  All debts due the firm up to  'and.-including,' Septeember loth,  1.911 are the joint ���������prQricity.of R.  Tlorna.l"ami A. Maxwell and the  same may bo paid to A. Maxwell  who ia authorized to give receipts  foil' the same. ;  ��������� All debts contracted, by the  firm up to and including the above  mentioned date must bu.presented  .within thirty days to A; Maxwell  who will satisfy the same, on m\  behalf.,., : ".',.:  ' "K, Ilornal will not be respoiici-  ble for any , debts ��������� contracted in  clmTTf^titnT^ttl ^  Stable business on and after the  loth,'day of September 19Ll. .';.  ,. R. IIoilNAl..  COAST LAND DISTIUST.  District of Const.  takr notiok I hn i Dn vidf oiv Wa rd  Co,, Ltd., of Loughboro Inlet, or-eu-  pinion lumbormtm. .intend 10 apply  for permission to purchase the fol  lowingdetfcribed land.1-: Comniftno  itij^at a post |,lanted on the south  side of Huidwick Inland about 20  chains from shore, ihence on the  ear"t boundary line of leaye lot  marked 56 IT RM; thence north 20  chaina. thonco east 20 chains thence  north 20 onain������, thenco cast HO  chainc, thenee wouth'- 40 t-hiiiiiH,  thenco west50 chains, bnck to pi ice  of commencement, containing U'O  acres moro or lesi,  "Davidson Waud Oo.. Ltd.  F S Ward, agont  Dated August 10, 1911.  NO TICK i-i lificliy /,'ivon tlmt on the  (tret day of Dooombomext appliciii'm will  bo mtttlo tn Iho Suporinlentionl of -Provincial Poliou Victoria, for n ronowiil t>l  the hotel lioan������t'to Bi-ll liquor 1 liy retail  in thn hotol known an tho Mahinpinii llio  ttil, BltuuU'd nt Luni', MX).   Faun Tiiui.im  Datoil Sqitombor 2:1, 1011,  'S ;. WC  fi. Hat<a������ishi, Pfqp.  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  icycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc., Etc  Plumbing Done.  Bicycles for Sal������ ������������������ _/ -}*f .������s*nt ^  '.  r ,# Cleveland, Massey-Hams  BimJiA. ������LirC* and Perfect, bicycles.  P.O. Box 360  Telephone 7-0  l**S*4*V<t-S/*m**Sr^^  '   If you vvuut Cheapest and Best patronise���������  V   ' K.ABE & Co.   :  No, 5 Japanksis Town,  Fine Groceries, Dry Goods,  Candy, Fruits, Etc., Etc.  I have 3 fine Baths, complete, white enain-  elled ware, good quality, cost $45.00 each,      .  Now $35.00 each  ^M!lllllllllill!lllllllllllllllllltailllllllilJ!!llll!li;illllllllllillltl!:iH!llll!ll!llllllllll||lll^  %  ������  Capital $6,200,000.  \  Bosorvo $7,200,000 ������  1   The Royal Bank of Canada.  ___      , .'.... _ _ _-  ������ DRAFTS   ISSUED  IN." ANY -CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  1 ���������'-..������-. '', "   OVER   THE   AVORLD. ..  NOT10I5 Ih licrohy ������ivon tlmton tlio tlrst  day of Di'comlinr next uppliuatlnn will Ik-.  mado to tho HupnrintentU'iit of Provluoiivl  I'olioo, Viotoii 1, fur tlio rcnowivl of tliti hotol liomiHO to mill liqam-ii b^ rotnil in tlio  hotol known an tlio hnruo hotol, iiitiiiiU'il ut  Oomox, 11,0. Fi.otiv.Nou M Oi.ii'irK,  Drtti'.l Oolobor .'I, KM I.  NOTICE is hereby yiven thai nn lhe  first clay of December 1911, upplicnlion  will he made 10 the Superintendent of  Provmrinl l'olico, for n renewal of the  wholesale liquor license upon ihe premises known us l.ol 24, Subsection !, Nelson District.  Pll-KKNKII IlKKWINO COMI'ANV.  Dated October 3rd, 1911.  l.Y)rrNl)~A   bunch   of   key������  Apply thiH ollleo,  ; '!'  . NOTICK  IsGTICr, i.. livj<.by hb'tii thai (".1 the  /ir.it tl.'i)' of Deccinber next ,\ppli'-^t\on  will bc.niiKld 10 tlie Siiperinlendcnt ol  Provlntiul Police for .1 hotel liccn'.c lo  sell liquors by retail in and upon the pre  miscs known as the Palmier Hotel, situ-  Hied at IJaynes Sound, in the l'rovincc  of llntish Coltimhi.i,  Thomas Uiplkv,  Dated October  3rd, 1911.  ! SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interdu  1 at highest Current Rales allowed on bppotdtB of $1 and upwards.  I CUMBERLAND, B. C, Brnnch, Opon Daily.  I UNION WHARF, B. C.,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays  1 D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  1 -'            '"COURTENAY,   B.C,    Branch,    Open Daily.  I W. HOFF, Manager.  %l!lltl!lillllll!lllllllllillli:illllll!illlllli!llllllllllllllllillllinillllllllllilllllllllllllllllll!M  iimiiimmiiw ���������! ���������������������������!��������� ���������������������������!��������������������������� MBimrifiUTi  ���������...��������� ���������   ���������- -f-, , -ni riiiimirnrriiiiwwii 111���������  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANC NG  ���������  DUNSMUIR AVMU  E  CUMBERLAND,  uuvKRaMwjomiaimMrTia  l������..������.riiV.������ai|-M-Mi.Ii-..KriiUwT--f^..r'������n������ti MOIMMUAvnMMM  >V". BO|40Hfl^=  Wmmt'.m-tl mtrnm*  OJholesale Dsalett in WIMES, LIQUOR fit t3EEl^  P. 0, BOX 483  PHONE SO....  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spring in the history, of Comox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to the supply, Nothing pays better than  poultry, if they are rightly managed. Begin  wiih the little'fellows and feed them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture oi" bone meal, wheat,  oafs, corn and other grain, cut nnd blended in  the right'proportion to make them thrive nud  grow,    For sale by  . CRAWFORD,  Courtenay, B.  J.) lfi A LEU IN FLOUR AND FEED.  EHKSffiSBIKBHtH!  H-i.^rtiA l+.rt.V'^ilV'V )���������;' /iUVMVHk'Hvwv^i  tt.ti  SECOND-HAND AUTOS FOR SALE  ^  One 4-cylindcr IUJICK,  complete with top, glass  front, speedometer,  elect rie side and tail  lamps,   and   acetylene  head lights.  Vv'fof*  $850  n  The (Uiiittnl ini'i'tm^ nf thn C" j    N'OriCF. i". li^n.'hy yjvtm i)i;it on the  mox Aj'Hciiltitml unci  Industrial | ntli dny ol November 1911, application  Aviation will ho  ludd in Agri- !������'��������������� \>* ">"������������������ ������������  '',������ S������,������������.i������t������..dcm ������  c'lltiintl Hull, Coiii'tt'iiuy, on Tut^  day evening,    Oct.   IIM,   tit   8  o'clot;!:, to reeeivo tho   nunuftl r<"-  pttilaml foi the clui'.lioii   of u(li-  car*f fur 1012,    All interested art'  invited to lio nrcBont,  I  Provincial Policu, for the Knitn tf a li-  i.cn'ic lor tho sale of liquor by wholesale  in und upon the premises known as Lot  i(>, of Section 61, o������ ihe coriifir ol \)mon  urtf\ Al'w SiM-f!t������, rotirif-n.iv. Cmxim  Dihlrict  Hknhy UoixiSKiNSON, AppHcaiu,  Dated this 6th, day of Qcl. 191!.  One car same as   above,  with head, side aud tail  lamps, genera  tor, etc.  Pih'ef  One ?,-cylinder Buick, 20  39 hp.. generator lamps  top wind-shield, ft"7eft  etc., onl;  One Ford car, 3-scnlcr,  complete and in good  order, witli fine d������ifAA  tires, only.... ������Jn)UU  One air-cooled Franklin,  complete 'with   wind-  rhi'.ild; h������������nd, cidf nnd  tail lamps, jyouorntor,  etc.    This is a .(.-cylin.  Ono linvrr & hn. 9-nnss-  eugev car, battery and  magneto ignition, tires  in fine order, car iu  splendid shape, i>jjaa  only    Jp^UU  THOS. PLIMLEY,  VICTORIA, B.C  OFFICE AND STORE 730 YATES ST..  GARAGE. 727 JOHNSON 3T���������  "If you get i< at Plimlcy's it's au, rioht."  P 8 ���������Wo Do Hopnlrinff  am*  i P  ii\

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