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 /  */  A Journal Devoted Bspeelally, to th������ Internists of Comox District.  The News, Nineteenth; Year.  Cumberland; b, cm  Wednesday, no v. iSth, :911"  The Sfcopc  of Quality  the Store  Of Quality  THE BIG STOR.E  WAIT for  -^OUR���������  Subscription $i.og a /eaj;  BIG SALE  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  THE CQRNRR STORE  Furniture arid Household  SUPPLIES  out  FO&   OUE  GREAT  a  ���������BEGINNING-   .    '  Saturday, Nov. 18  FOR -TEN DAYS ���������  WONDERFUL BARGAINS  -HJ-EAeH-and-  .������tflm^*im*f7im*-ff*%m*f*nmM/i^i*i*m-**^^  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  ���������   ',"' 1     11 ���������>'������������������ "'. '.  I'M'      ���������     ii,V-  Baths;  liavatories,  Plumbing &  Plumbing  Supplies  Annua  Summer  l.P^  TRY THE  J.E. Bate, Cumberland.  Dunsmulf Ave.,  Cumberland.  Locals,  big  Special IVn-Days Sale at Tlio  Storo beginning pay-day,  Tin's is n splendid opportunity to  secure bargains, as- this immense  tdock ,\vill ho slaughtered for tliat  timo.  Tho Special Salo nt tho Big  Store gives ovoryone an opportunity oi! sociiring high grade  iiierchandjse at prices novor ho.  foi'o uffoied in this vicinity,  P, Macliiii of Ooinox, had his  log hi'okon last week by llio kick  ul' a horso,    Ilo is in tlio hospital,   -ty-m        ..  If you nro not   satisfied   with  tho present fall of snow and  want  moro, go to tho North Polo.  ' ' '    ������������������<  ��������� ���������'  Thin in tho heaviest full of snow  nt any ono timo that Cumberland  lian had for yours; ovor two feet.  0 yon water taps; ask "dad"  ������������������. o      Telegraph Operator Williams  arrived homo from Duncans on  Wednesday lust, Uo with Mra.  Willinms went   to   Duncans   tho  V'i<cl'.     tVOVVMif      <������.|\n.-r>     nl  bpuiul (Jie winter,  I10VC  w  j WANTJSD-A girl nt Thorn-  sonsoii's hoai'diiityhouso, Duns  niiiir Avonno,,  "THE FALL OF TROY"  After throe months of arr'u 'us  labor and tlio oxpendituro of 830,  000.00 tho Itala Film Cd. hn  producod a subject in two reels  which will not only cause a furore  in thoumusciuont "'orhl, but will  startle tho nation with ifs spectacular grandeur. Imagine if yon can  an open stago extending to the  liortison with 2,000 people splendidly gnrhed taking part with  lhe armed gladiator on tho buttle,  fiokl. This wonderful masterpiece will bo shown at tho City  Hall Friday and Saturday Nov  17th. and ]8th. and on these  dittos Miss lioynolds will fiing the  "Tho Klovvor, Song" from Faust  which in'worth the prieo of nd-  mission alone. Tho hall is niee  and otnfortabli* and special nr-  miugemonts havo -been mado to  neooinniodate the enormous crowds  that will ut tend theso speck'1  attractions.  ���������:fe M-,  SCOTCH OONCKltT,  There iii a great tr������utt in hloro  for the piitronstn Will Lo(dirnno,s  Scotch Concert lo   he   givoii    in  liu eity on the   yflrd   iusl..    Mr.   l.nchvme i-i a grand elite.tainor 1,!"11 if imt \>;uil. wUelyv hur^s  mm\ littl-- A-jm������������ W/ilhieo, wilhithnsii who .n* it ��������������������������������������������� - ,.),������������������ t|, ,H(  ������������������������������������r pip������H will win  tho bear's  or'against whom it Udu%clcd(--Vie-  Tho presottt cold wiivo has ox-  tended over a vory wido extent of  torritorv. Conditions in Kornio  must ho very bad. There woro  two foot of snow on, Wednesday,  nnd ycHt-i-day lU llu.-1-.uumciui'  al<m)tnL ,.x<ti), Thin iii a migiity  bad outlook for a town that is yot  in tlm throes of hibor diflicultios.  Once more we wotost, afrit int.  the  11 *- -- -  awiul waste of monoy and energy,  and tho tmrlfjo amount of human  mifl'oring tliat is caused hy a ru  sort to strikes, Surely working-  men, who wha on almost ovmy  subject nm eminently m\t><i nnd  l'ea.'ionahhi, iihisL .soon boijiu lo  renlizi. i!mt ilu* strike i* 11 Wi-upon  tlUv  todu, Colouist,  CHORAL UNION CONCERT  The.following is the program  of the concert to be given in the  Cumberland Hall on' Sunday  evening, November 19th, 1911,  by the "'���������.Cumberland Choral  Union:���������  PROGRAM..  Opening hymn....... Doxology  Anthem ..... ;,. .Choral Union  '���������The King's Business."  Solo.... . ...."������'Kternal Father"  Mr. A. Pearson  Duet.. "Dnf tiug'away from God"  Miss McKenaie, Mr. G. Grindle.  Solo  .... (Reserved)  Miss Reynolds.  Solo......   ... "Flee a.s a bird"  Jlisi Hunden,  Solo..... ���������'Rocked in the deep"  Mr, U. Irish  Antheiu -  Choral Union  "The song of the Soldier"  Solo ''One sweetly ���������solemn  thought'... Miss McKeuzie  Solo. ...Galvary.. .Mr. P, Lewis  Recitation (Reserved)  Mr, MncPnrlane  Anthem  Choral Union  "Songs in the night"  Solo "Into Thy linnets"  Mr. JJ. II ticker by  Quartette C. U. Male Voice  "The Lord is my Shepherd"  Solo.......:  (Reserved)  Mr. C. Irish  Solo .....Mr.W. Williams  Authen Choral Union  '  ' i'.t?-!-   *    r   ...11  i  ilbl.   kU liH-V  Clasiug hymn  ... Clioral Union  "Lead Kindly Light"  Accompanist, C. Parnham.  Leader, J. Lewis.  Chairman,   His Worship   the  Mayor.  Doors open at 8 p.m.   Collection will be taken up on entering.  FOR   PAYDAY,  AND  WEE S FOLLOWING  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  Z< I*  THE GANADJAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  -surEpSiyRd WADcER7av:d.rLLb;, D&CTri-mm&al  . ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL - $10,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,000  THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of Tha Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $1 ancj  upwards, on which interest is' allowed at current rates. There is no  delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small  deposits are welcomed. A234  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 tho money  ar session  on, Monday evening,    after death, and is especially useful when a man desires fo.proviclc for  there being present Aid.   Jianks,    his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his dqaih.  COUNCIL MEETS  Tho City Council mot in  regit-  Maxwell, JAirnham and the mayor.  Tho minutes of previous meeting wero ������ead and adopted,  ������������������ Constable Gray's report;���������  Scavenger.' \. ......$112,50  Night-Watchman........ .42.50  HallRont.,.1.. ,,...40.00  IlpadTax,... .....10,00  Polico Court    18.00  Scavenger JiiieketB. ,   2,40  Accounts ;������������������  Kstiirmte on Sidewalks.,. ,$15.00  Tdlopliono .,.....,       00  Klvoti-ioLiglit ,;. ' 30.25  A, WtcICimioii...,., .....;'.- 0,00  R. Grants (3o.........'. 20.43  Colliery Conijiany      4.00  A. II, Poncpy    27,00  Soworaco't. t������i Oct. 80th, 2,802.82  It wiisdeoidoh that housoholdors  ho notlfiod 1 hat KidowiiIkH must  ho cloiired of snow according io  hy-law. Peunlty for non-coinpli-  aneo not to oxeeod i|l25.  Aid, I'anihiim moved, sou by  Ahl, Maxwell that householder*  liinilso notilied  that snow  nitiBt  CUMBERLAND BRANOH,  .W. T.  not bo thrown from the roofs of  buck premises into the alleys���������It  was carried,  Estimated cost 0f cement sido-  walks is $125 for overy 00 font  frontage.  Alderman Banks reported ono  of tho hydrants out of order, which  will have iminediiite attention.  Tho council adjourned.  ]), Tlowetti was seriously if not  fatally injured by a Jail --of rock'  and dirt at No. 4 mine on Mon dny.  mi wini   hi* w iiii������><^������>niMni ������mw���������ihwmkm'  Tho powder inagaziuo at No. 5  mino was destroyed hy lire last  week. Strange to say, although a  couHidorablo quantity of explosives was in the building, no ex.  plosion took plnco.  .Mayor Mcleod in imck rron, u  businoss trip to Vaneouvor.  Dr. ICnrr,  dentist,  Cumberland Hotel,  is   at   tho  WHrTE,  Maaag  1 . Vnucoiivor, Nov. 10.��������� With a  tempernturo as low aa 16 ] degrees  'above xero Vanconvor tonight lie*  buried tinder more than reti, inchr'a  of snow, All indications point ta  a continuance of the cold spell,  which is tho onrliest visitation of  the kind for many years, Sleighs  are being upeel in the streets in  numboi'b, and tobogganing is hoing enjoyed on all of the hills sun  rounding tho city. Tho'weather  was clear throughout tho day,  Manager Curtis of the Fdootrio  Thentre, rotnruod on Tuesday  night from a business trip to Vancouver,  Cumberland Choral Union will  give a gmnd concert in Cumberland Hall on Smi'day evening next.  Tho proceeds will go to local charitable institution*,  -a. ���������  V. Boimra's now hotol will  be*  named ''King George,''  The Iliohon   block   with  con  tmilh was iiliiiowt   tuinly dt-htroyeo  I y lire at Victoria   on   Saturday.  l4own over ������80,00(1,  About thirty inches of snow fell  here and at Comox   on  Siturdav  *  mvvl eavly Sun lay morning.  BLANKETS and -COMFORTERS  A Large Stock of WOOL BLANKETS in white and grey.  Heavy COMFORTERS for the Winter. "  Snowsiioh, an absolutely pure wool Blanket, white with blue and pink bprdcis. a.m aa  60x86, per pair...,      $IU.UU  Cami'HKI.l's Srii"!ai��������� a pure wool Blanket, white only, with blue nnd pink Q AA  botdtrx, 6lb, 71b, aud ������!l������ '. *6, $7. and   $0.\)\J  U,\t.\Hf\ a heavy grey wool Blanket, at ^3-5������. $4.00 an<l 84 50  Heavy Tool Comforters, covered with lucn'cnsirdxiiccii $5.00  A new assortment of Ladies Gollais Jabots,'Belts aud Ifaudketcliicfsiiow iu.  Gafnpbell Bros.  ������������l>wfl-^ipWI    '      'IflMfHi THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.0  *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  lhe  !Round=Up|  A Romaice of Arizona  Novcllxed From Edmund  Day's Melodrama Ja>  >  :By   JOHN   MURRAY  MILLS MILLER.  and  Owrrts-ht,  1908,  by Q. W. DIUlnr-  ham Co.  Hht������.liiJ..i LZm*.*.mtt*ti*lmk\mm-m-*lilL  (Continued.)  C'UAITKU IX.  DICK LANK on leaving the bos-  pit al at Chihuahua went  straight to tbo fortified ledge  where he hud made his heroic defeuse. Ah he conjectured, the  renegade McKee had got there lirst  and found and mnde off with the hurled treasure. So Dick manfully set to  work to replace his lost fortune. It  seemed too slow work to go to Ills  mine and dig the gold he Immediately  required out of the ground, so be  struck out for civilization to sell some  of his smaller claims. In the course of  a month, at the end of which his wan-  deringa brought him to Tucson, he had  sold enough of his holdings to give  him $3,000 In ready cash. As he was  near the Sweetwater, he resolved not  to express the money to Payson, but to  take It himself.  He entered the 'courtyard of Allen  Hacienda while the wedding was taking pl*ce within. None of his friends  would have recognized him. His frame  was emaciated from sickness; his head  was drawn back hy tlie torture which  he had suffered; he limped upon feet  that hnd been distorted by the firebrand* In McKee's hands, and his face  was overgrown by an unkempt beard.  Sounds of laughter fell upon his ears  ���������a he mounted the steps. He heard  Fresno shout to Slim to hurry up, ns  he was telling the story about a fellow tbat was so tanked up he could  not say "sasaparo^a."  D*ch halted. "There must he some  sort of a party going on., here,*'��������� be.  thoaght to himself. "It won't do to  tate Echo too much by surprise. If  Jack got my letter and told her, It's nil  right, but if it miscarried the shock  might kill her. I'll see Jack first."  ������������������Dlck-had-ridden~nEst_to_Sweet^aterI  ranch, but found the place deserted.  The party, he mused, accounted for  tills,: While he was 'planning a way to  attract the attention of some one iu the  booae and to get Payson to the garden  without letting Echo know of his presence Sagebrush Charley., who had espied the stranger through the window,  sauntered out on the porch to Investigate, Every visitor to the territory  needed looking over, especially after  the trouble with Buck McKee.  Sagebrush was bound that there  should be no hitch nt the wedding of  his 1)068.  "Howdy?" greeted Lane pleasantly.  Tm looking for Jack Payson."  'That so?" answered Sagebrush.  "Who may you be?"  "I'm a friend of his."   ;  The foreman could see'no danger to  eomo  from   this   weak,  sickly   man.  "Who nui|/ i/������n htT'  ���������Then walk right In," he Invited. "He's  Inalde."  Bagebrush wiih nbout to reenter tho  bouse whon Dick hulled lilm with tbe  request, "I want; to hco hltn out hero-  frirately."  "Wna in   Uiu   Uiiwc'."   u;i������tj   "a������i  brush, hla ������ujif������lrlon!i returning.  "Tell lilm ������n old friend from Mexico."  Bsgebrush did not like tho iicHodh of  th* stranger nnd IiIh secrecy, He wus  {here I'- If**}it hU tinnn' hnt ties. If he  had auy. Thin wiih uot In tlio contract, but It wiih n part read Into the  paper by BiigobritHh,  ���������'Ray, my numo'HrUtgcbriisri Charley,"  he cried, with a jihow of Importance.  ���������Tru ranch Iwshfor I'uyitoii. If you  want to nettle any old claim ugln Jack,  I'm actiti' um IiIh Hiibstltnot for III in this  ������v������mln'."  "On tho contrary," mild l^iue. with  n arnlle nt Kiigebnish's outbreak, "lie  haa n claim against me."  It wan Mtic-h a ..pleusiint, kindly look  lie gave Hagebriwh that the foreman  wn* fllMfirmed completely.  "I'll tell lilm." he said over hi* shoulder.  Dick uiu bed over tbe cUuugcs that  had occurred since be had left the region. Two years' nbsence from a growing  country   menus   new   faces,   new  ranches and the wiping out of old land-  i marks with the udrance of population  and the Invasion of the railroad.    Ho  j wondered   if Jack   would   know   him  I with his beard.    He knew���������bis ���������mirror,  I told   hlrn���������that   his   appearance   hud  I changed greatly, and he looked twenty  years older tbau on the day he left tho  old home much.  Ills trend of thought was interrupted by the entrance of Jack ou the  porch from the,house.  "My name's Payson," Jack began  hurriedly, casting a hasty, glance,backward into the hallway, for tlie ceremony was about, to begin. "You want  to see me?"  "Jack." cried Dick, holding"'out bis  I hand   eagerly���������"Jack,  old   man.  don't  ' you  know  me?" he continued  falter-  Ingly, seeing no sign of recognition In  tils friend's eyes. (l  Payson gasped, shocked and startled.  The man before him wns a stranger  lit looks, but the voice���������the voice was  that of Dick Lane, the last man in tlie  world he wanted to see'that moment.  Frightened, almost betraying himself,  he glanced at the half open door. If  Dick entered lie knew Echo would bo  lost to him. She might love him truly  nnd her love for Dick might have  passed away, but he knew that Echo  would never forgive him for the deception that he had practiced upon  her.  Grasping his friend's hand weakly,  he faltered. "Dick-Dick Lane!"  Jack realized he must act quickly.  Some way or somehow Dick must be  kept out of the house until after the  marriage. Then he, Jack, must take  the consequences. Dick saw his'-hesitation.'- It was" not what he had expected. But something dreadful might  have happened while he was nwny,  there had been so many changes.  "Why. what's the matter?"- he asked  anxiously. "You got my letter? You  knew I was coming?"  "Yes, yes, I know" krnely answered  Jack. "Put I exptctod notice. You  know you an id"���������  "I .couldn't'wait. Jack. I'm a rich  man, thanks to you"���������  "Yes, yes;'that's all right." said Pay-  son, disclaiming the praise of the man  he hnd so grievously wronged with a  hurried acknowledgment of his gratitude. '.-,.,'  "And I hurried back for fear Echo"���������  "Oh, yes, Dl tell her about it when  she's ready to hear'it."  -"'What is the matter, Jack?  Are yov.  peeping something from me?    Wbert  B sbe?''r"~        ��������� "     ���������:,.' -. "" "���������',. ��������� , "  "lu there." said Payson feebly, pointing to the door. ���������'''"*���������.-,,'  Dick eagerly started toward the  house, but Jack halted him, saying;  "No, you mustn't go in now. There's  a party���������you see, she hasn't been well;  doesn't expect you tonight. The shock  might be too much for her."  Jack grasped at the lame excuse. It  was the first to come to his mind. He  must think quickly. This experience  was tearing tho heart out of him. He  could not save himself from betrayal  much louger.  "You're right," acquiesced Dick. "You  tell her when you get a chance. Juck,  as I was saying, I've made quite a bit  of money out of my Blsbee holdings.  I can pay back my stake to you now."  "Kot now." said Jack nervously.  Would this torture never end? Here  waa his friend, whom he had betrayed,  come back-in the very hour of-his marriage to the woman who had promised  lirst; to marry lilm. Now he wan offering lilm money, which Jack needed  badly, for his prospective mother-in-  law was coinplulnlug about his tuklug  her daughter to a mortgaged home.  "Sure, now," cont limed Dick, pulling  n roll of bills from his pocket, "It's  $3,000,   Hero It ts, nil In ono bundle."  "Not now. Let that wait," said Jack,  pushing the money aside,  "It's waited long enough," cried Dick  doggedly. "You put tho morlgugo on  your ranch lo let mo hnvo the money,  and it must be nbout duo now."  "Yes, il will bo duo, but let It wait"  "Whut'H the use? I'm all right now.  I brought the wish with"mo on purpose.  1 wanted to squaro It with you on  night."  Dick pressed the money Into Juck'H  hand, closing bis lingers over tho roll  of bills, With n sigh of relief, us If u  disagreeable tusk was completed, he  questioned, "IIuw'h HudV"  Juck replied Hhortly, "All right; he's  Inside,"  "I didn't write to hltn," cheerfully ro-  mimed Dick. "I didn't want the kid  to know. He Ih ho excitable bo would  huve blubbed It right out, I'll suro bo  glncl to hoc the boy uguln. lie's Impulsive, but hln henrt'K nil right. I  know you've kept u lookout over lilm."  This trust iu bill) wiih getting too  much for Jack to lieur, ho the voice of  Polly crying to hltn to hurry up wan  inutile to Ills earn. "I'm coming." he  shouted. "I'll hcc yon In a few minutes," lie told Dick. "I've something  lo led ,voci,   I ow/l ��������� *.'! ynU '.'.i-i.'."  "Oo In, then." answered Dick. "I'll  wait yonder In the garden.' Don't keep  tno waiting nny longer thun you can  help."  Dick turned and walked slowly to-  wivii ilu. rule which led to the kitchen garden, a purl of every much home  In Arizona, It was cut off from the  ; house by a straggling hedge, on which  Echo had wpent mnny Iiouih trying to  keep It In shape.  Jock hesitated about going Into the  house, Even If Echo married hlrn he  knew tlmt she would never forgive  hlui when filie learned nf IiIh dastardly conduct from Dick Liiijc'h own  mouth. It was better to sin-rlflce the  life of oue t<> aave three liven from  being .ruined. t  j    Jack followed ILme up, partly draw-  I 'tig his gun.    It would be ho easy to  " s-boot him.    Xo one would rccognlre  Dick   Lane   In   that   crippled   tigtire.  Juck'u frieudu would believe hlui if ho  told them the stranger had drawn on  bim and he had to shoot bim In self  defense,  Then the thought of how dastardly  was lhe act of shooting a man in the  back, and he his trusting friend, smote  PIONEER'S PRIVATIONS  HIS   LOT  NOT  SO   PLEASANT  MIGHT BE SUPPOSED.  AS  Neither luui noticed Duck McKee  him suddenly, aud he replaced the pistol In Its holster. "It is worse than  the murder of 'Old Mnu' TerriM." he  muttered.  Dick walked on. entirely uucouscious  of how close he had been to death,  with his friend as his murderer,  So Interested bad the two men been  In their conversation that neither had  noticed Buck McKee hiding behind the  hedge, listening to their talk and covering Jack Payson when he was following Dick with his hand on his revolver. McKee heard Payson's ejaculation and smiled grimly.  Jack's absence had aroused Jim Allen, who hurried"'out on the porch,  storming. "Say, Jack, whnt do you  mean by putttif the brakes on this here  weddin'?"  "Jim���������say, Jim. I���������I want youto do  something for mc!" cried Jack as he  rushed toward his future father-in-  law, greatly excited.  "Sure," answered Allen heartily.  "Stand here at this uoor uuii^g the  _ceremouy���������_and. uo "matter What happens, don't Jet auy oue in."  "But"��������� interrupted Allen.  "Don't ask me to explain," blurted  Jack.   "Echo's happiness is at stake."  "That settles It. I've not let any one  spile her happiness yet, an' 1 won't in  the few minutes that arc left while I'm  still her main protector. Nobody gets  hi." . ��������� '    '" t  "Remember, uo one, no matter who  It Is." emphasized Jack as he darted  Into the house.  Jim Allen lighted his pipe. "Now.  what's eutln' him?" he muttered, to  himself; then, "They're off!" be cried,  looking through the window.  The Rev. Samuel Price began to  drone the marriage service.  It is the little things of life that  count, after nil. Men will work themselves Into hysteria over the buzzing  of a fly nnd yet plan a battleship in a  boiler shop. A city full of people wll'  lit ono time become panic stricken over  the burning of a rubbish heap nnd at  'another enrhp out in the ruins of flre  swept homes, treating their miseries as  n huge Joke,  Philosophers write learnedly of causo  nnd effect. In chemistry certain combinations give certain results. But no  man cnn sny, "I will do thus and so-,  this and Unit will follow." All things  are possible, for few things nre probable,  (To lie continued,)  Madagascar'! Two Climate*.  Tho Island or Miidngiisi'iir has two  distinct climates,  two clnsseH of tin  tivos nud  two cIuhhlm of  fun nit  alio  Dora.   Tbo Island Ih nbout the size ot  Franco.   Along the const H In tropical  and  malarious,  mid   the  natives  tire  darker thnn In the Interior.   The In  terlor Ih ii high tableland nnd nioun  tuitions.    There tho climate Is coolei  und 'ihe natives smaller und lighter In  color thnn on tho count,    (tut In tin  Interior they nre uiurw Intelligent una  they rule the lulaud.  Obliging.  Excited Author (rushing behind thf  wcnem-Wliy nro you cutting out tin  second and third nets uf my piny}  Mnimger-I nm uot cutting anything  out I'm merely varying the order of  tho acta. Several liilliicntinl puraoui  tu tho audience lmvo asked mo if II  would not be possible lo hnve the horo  dio lu the uext act.-Chicago Tribune.  Philosophy,  Learn to lie piVusrt* itiib cwrtblnj,'-  wllli wealth, nn fur nn If makes im of  benefit to other*: with poverty, for not  hnving much to euro for. nnd with  obscurity,   for   being   iitienvled.���������I'lll  UKkk  The Easy-Going Fellow Depicted In  the Magazine! Represent Only One  Side ot the Hardships That Confront the Path-finder In the Wilds   Death and Suffering Are the Fre-  quent Rew���������.-' of the Frontiersman.  There is a great difference between  pioneering us n ��������������� i" icui Hie tuft as  it is in tue magazines, Stories oi exploration in. tne wilderness parts of  Uanuda, racily written and witn pictures to" coot, are very entertaining,  ana ihey cjinr.ouie much k> uie muo  of golden interest tnat is gatnering  about tne north. Lite.in Canada would,  be tamer and poorer without the zest  of new things ui new regions, out of  which good-reading, matter .is made.  But the stories ure. at times not so  fascinating in.real Uie as they are in  print, says Aubrey Fullerton in Toronto Star Weekly.  The romance of the new West and  the new North conies not without  oost. Pioneer work, and rare adventure, and possib.e danger, go always  with the wide spaces, and beautilul  sunset's, and natural charm. And' what,  make's the wilderness interesting, so  tar as stories go, is that there is a  deal of human effort0 behind the  scenes. ���������  To say nothing of the homesteaders,  the miners, and tiie railway' builders,  all'of whom are life and blood of the  West and tne Norm, Mere, is a Doay  ol men whose history, if it could be  gotten together, would give romance���������  adventure without end. They are the  men who for-.years have been going  up and down and across thu country,  spying, prospecting'.''-surveying.-' And  they are still doing it, though by-and-  bye they "will have Lhe. whole half-  continent measured and mapped. The  surveyor is the lirst chapter in national enterprise nowadays. He makes  the wuyjor the settler and the capitalist, and his-.word .'goes; Farms; railways, mines,' depend, upon him and  the way he does his, worn. He change*  ���������our geography-for" us," and the engineer  who frequently accompanies him  changes our business conceptions.  But this is in the. large. In detail the  work of these men means hardship,  and tight corners, and experiences  that at the time seem any tiling but  romantic and interesting.  A party of railway surveyors and  engineers who were locating a preliminary line in northern British Columbia'a-'year ago cached a large part of  their food supplies and then went on  lVThT^ello^ne^_PalisT~Ori~th."ei'r"re~  turn they found that the Cree Indians  had broken into their caches and  stolen everything eataole. it looked  very much like starvation, in consequence, and the fact that it was winter made things all tlie worse. There  whs' nothing for it but to take the  trail and trust to finding some game  aiong tiie way. winy eiiuiigii food remained to put every man on short  rations, and over the last ninety miles  twenty-two men subsisted on one hundred'pounds of flour, The chief of the  party lost twenty-eight, pounds ih  weight during tant weary winter  inarch, and the pangs of hunger were  experienced by all to a degree that  came perilously, near to sturvatoin.  Two timber cruisers' went out to  look up some timber on Tcxada Island, whicli lies between Vancouver  Island und the mainland, One of  them went ashore and the other remained in the boat. A storm came  up, one of the oars broke, und the  bout was blown into the strait, never  to be heard of again. The mnn ashore  was marooned. He had no food, no.  blankets, and only a few niatchea  Even his knife hnd been loft in the  boat. The southeast end of Texadii  Island is uninhabited, and there was  no hope of aid in that direction, All  mat could be dune was to break off  borne boughs and make n rude shelter  in the woods, with a little fire to  warm him up through tin; nignt in  lieu of something to ent. He wns confident thnt he would be picked up the  next day by some passing bout.  The next day,'however, though tugs  nnd.steamers passed up and down the  strait, none came close enough to see  his signals, and rescue in that wuy  seemed nt last to be very doubtful,  Then he started to wnlk through the  woods, in hope of finding some In-  diuns or settler.* on the other side  of the island. It was a long, hard  walk, and to no purpone, for not it  man was to be found. To walk up to  tlio other end of the island, wnerii  there ure sonic settlements, was out of  tho,question. Pays nnd night* paused, colu, siieiteru'di*, and ioikIIuhs, except lor a few fish that wero picked  up along the shore, nnd thn unhappy  primmer gradually weakened, On tlio  sixth day a ftteum-tug, seeking shelter irom a threatening storm, came  near enough the island to see a signal  and the man ashore climbed n rock  und waved his coat ns continuously as  his littlo remaining strength allowed.  When taken off lie was' In a condition that would huvo probably mado  another forty-eight hours on tlio Inland  fatal.  Traveling in the wilderness is nl-  w������vh difllcult, and even when there is  a trail one cannot count upon inucn in  the vscty ul .-.pt-td, Ih l)m \'f)}f\v)ifuii  country two i>rospf>rtors were traveling  hit (oil on the right-of-way along tho  Grand Trunk I'ne.nc route, whoro tho  cltmring hud nlrendy been done, and  at one point it took them ten houm  to muke eight uuics.  MOLDED HIS DEATH  TOLL  Legend of "the Poor Slnner'i Bell"  That Wa! C������8t In Sr������!tau.  The poor sinner's tn>ii ia n nell tn  tu*������ city ot Krt-Maii. in Ilie province of  Miesiu. I'russin, and nangs iu the  tower of one ot tlie city ctiurcacs. . It  win* oust j my 11. i:thu. according to  historic records, ll ts hiiiq Hint a  greut hell lounder of the place hnd  uiiucr;alien lo iuuUp Hie tinest clinrvu  oeii ne und ever made.  When tlie menu wiih melted the  founder withdrew tor a few momenta,  leaving n boy to winch I be ttirnace  nnd enjoining imn not to meddle with  Ihe caic-n mat ueid the molten metal,  hut the Doy dtsotieyed the caution, and  wuen he saw Hie metal flowing Into  the moia he called the fnuutier.  Tbe latter rubbed m and. Hcelnu. ns  he thought, hi* work of week*.undone  nnd his masterpiece' ruined, siruclt the  boy a blow thnt cuiisna uIr tniuiedltire  death. When the nieiai cooled nnd  the mold wus opeueu the nell was  found, to be not only perfect, but of  marvelous sweetness ot toue,  The founder gave himself up to the  authorities, wns tried und condemned  to deuih. On lhe duy ot Ills execution  the hell wns rung to end people to attend church nnd .offer a pwver for the  unhappy man ������ soul, and trom,that it  obtained the mune of "the poor ain-  uer's nell."  SEEING A PURPLE COW.  Perfectly Natural Unde' Certain C������n-  ditiens, Say! an Artiit,  H. Anthony,,Dyer, painter of water  colors, wus explaining the mntter to  Home possible ouyerw of ut������ warea.  "Suppose while you are In the country In summer," said dp. "you chance  upon a Hoisietn cow grazing on a mil-  side. Uoisietan, ot course you know,  are black and vrblte. The pnsture ts  green. Uff at one aide is u gray un  painted oaru Uo you stagger with  surprise when you notice thntj(ft,n.t cow  Is purpleV'* Not a blt'ot It lilt were  not purple yon might reasonably consult nn oculist, linrl would he a sign  that your eyes needed ntteniton.  "But yon may never have tried to  figure out why the cow Is purple. Here  Is the answer: 'lhe complementary  color of tbe gresn pastur* ts red The  sight ot green always suggests red, al  though we don t reailr.e it. Flooding  jhe scene Is the yellow sunshine. The  yellow, the red and the green combine  to tint the .grazing neutral colored  cow purple, and purple tt undeniably  .ls,-as-yon_must-admit_jRhpii_nej?jt_yju_  encounter one under such circumstances. Nevermore, therefore, may  you sing with tieien Burgess:  J n������ver saw a purple cow.  1 never hope to '������*��������� on������.  " <> - ���������New  lorn I'ress.  AMONG THE MiCMAGS  MARITIME    TRIBE     DWINDLING  FROM   FORMER  GLORY.  Reservation on Bay Chaleur, With  Its Little Mission, Is the Home of  Remnant of Tribe That Dominated  New Brunswick ��������� The Children  Knew No English a Few Months  Ago, But Are Progressing Rapidly.  Extending f.om the mouth of tht?  Grand Cascnpedia River westward,  along the shore of Ray Chaleur for ������  distance of two miles, is the Indium  Reservation of Maria; known,.as'. Li*-  Pointe Snuvnge or Indian Point This  tract *.f lnnd was grunted to the Indians in the year 1800. and 'comprise*!  three hundred unci fifty acres of good  "arable land beautifully situated ors  the.. Ruie des Chuieurs, says G. M,  MncWhirter in The Canadian Century, o  The inhabitants are n remnant of  the old Micmnc tribe which onca  roamed over, the Province of New  Brunswick. The first chi"f of thii*  Mission was Gilbert Martin, ���������who  lived'to the; grent age of one hundred*  and ten years. His wife was equally  tenacious of life, attaining the age of  one hundred and eleven years. The  present chief is Abraham Martin.  Elections for the office are held every"  three years. It is the duty of the  chief to preserve order nnd settle disputes.  The/ people of Indian Point arc?  Roman Catholic in religion. Their  first settled priest was Rev. Father  Rosse, and their church wns huilt in  1838. being erected by the Indian?  themselves at n cost of nine hundred-  dollars. Mass is celebrated once ������  month by the priest of St. Jules.  ,., Educational matters "are not neglected in this settlement of the red  men. The present. ,teacher instructs.  them, in English and,; French at ������  salary of three hundred and fifty  dollars per annum. Visiting this interesting school lately, the writer  found a snug nnd comfortable building; the walla adorned with prints of  Kinc George and Queen Mnry. The  teacher, Miss Josephine Audet, i������  most energetic and much interested  in the progress of her pupils, who  are docile and quick to learn. There  U an enrolment of twenty-nine  scholars, and an average attendance-  of twenty. She told me that when  she took charge of them six months  before, they were entirely ignorant of  English. She was compelled to point  -t6-an-article_and-pronounce_ithe���������Eng;  The iug Bible.  The bug Bible was pnuted In i:>4������  by the authority of Kdward VI.. nnd  Its curiosity lies, in the rendering of  ths ttfth verse ot the Nltiety-rlrxt  I'salm, which, ms we know. runs.  "Thou shuit not fee afraid for the terror by night nor tor the arrow which  flleth hy dny." i-ut In the uboTe version It ran, "So llion shnlt not nede to  be ufrnld of auy bugges bv night"  Ludicrous us this sounds. H Is not  etymoiogically without Justification.  "Bug" is derived Irom tbe Welsh word  "bwg." which inenut a hobgoblin or  terrllyltig specter, a sltmlrlcutlon trnce-  nbie in the word commonly In use to-  day-"biigbsttr"-atid SunUespenreonce  or twice uses ths word In ttn������ primary  sense, notably when tie makes Miinnet  nny, "Kucli hugi and goblins tu my  life,"    <  Dsffodil Superstitions,  nnffodlis me uoVouiy, poisonous nnd  libelous, nut most iiumcky Oowers, especially when single specimen* nre  encountered.. EU'rnek, wlio, must often have gone irmmgu Ibe ef'penetice  without unic-li liunu happening, declares 11311  When o daff.Wll I i������������  Untieing anvil l\*r hfud to ma,  (InvHR I mny whnt I mu������t he.  Kirn. I mull urciins my nradi  Hfcrtiidly, I wtiuii u* aeodi  l.ociiv, pufviy tKMriftd.  In UerricUs own nevon to thin rtnjr If  you pluce n shipie dnltodli ou the in-  hie of ii farmt.oiihe the fiicmer will  lump up uud ri claim, "Now we shall  buv* uo young Hiicks this yenr." The  evil spell can tm broken ny increnslug  lbe single Honor to * bunch,-Ht.  .lames Uumte.  ne-  Htr Own Introduction.  "When  did  you   ilrm   nccomo  qtliiliited with your wlfeV"  ���������"I'lii* Hint time I disagreed with her  nfter we wure married."-I'uck.  There's heggiirv In the love that car  b* recUou������L-SliuU������>ipvurc*.  Envelope* For Lsttjr������.  Rt]Vflo|N>* do nm iiiiii. iiiiui. bach of '  the elghteeoih cemiiry, Th".v are men- |  tinned by Penn Hwlft nun 111111.011  ��������� bent IT'.'H and ,n n vtny to show Unit ;  they were curiosities raiber Ihuu j  titlufs of comniou iim. I  Abollthlng ths Parlor.  Ottawa is the centre of 11 better  housing movement, which hns tomn  novel uud Attractive features, not the  leant of which U the abolition of Uie  parlor. Tlie house un ti home, where  every room will he u������ed, and used  without restriction, w the idea which  is promulgated, and the competition  for prlsMi* for the best pinna will be  open to the architects of the whole  Dominion. The organisers of tho  movement are evidently of the opin-  iou that tlie race has been held In  bondatp* to lU put lot loug euough.���������  London Free I'resi.  Queer Nast ef the Tentebane,  The oddest ot nil hints' nestx I* the  one bunt by the tontobntie, u Month  Atrlcii 11 songster It Is built of cotton mid niwuys upon lbs tree producing the ninierliil. In coiisinictiug the,  domicile the temnlo works inside ind  the mine outside, where he builds a  sentinel bun lor his own special use.  Ue sits In the lnu nnd keeps wntch or  Mugs ncnriT mi the time, and nhen  u.iumii ifiiuci. ... ii.t *t/,"i3 ct n hv,"t:  ?t 11 KUiilti. he wnrn* the fumtlf, but  never eim-ru the main tisst-  A Dedgar.  "nibbles Is a great mon lo try to  Innee n reniionmiuiit.f on fei'hnK'ail'  ties.  "\ea. He nnce signed a pledge,  Then he torgoi abont it und railed In  1 liiitidwrtniiu expert to prove thai the  ���������Igmuiire wus a furgerf."-Wasting-  ion Hlur.  A Oeed Mantles,  Thf Wife -Allei nil. A<Mlptin������. ihl������  visit (mil B-oirig in ne ������o ei|M>n������Mt'  Willi me iihH down ilw������se'i | tuuply  UIU in set snd your rlultjes eleaited  ���������������>') iir-*..mtt wwli manage apleuilidly.  imr|wr ������ i<*mr  H#  it our  friend  wha 'tiftm mor*  ll.sn unimraHi m.-ltS!!������������������.  lish word: thus little by little they  acquired words; and ab the tencho.f  knew no Micmnc we can imaginer  how trying-those first dnys must have'  been. A class in lhe Third Reader  rpad in English and spelled for me.  The little girl nt the hend of the class  knew her multiplication table perfectly, replying so readily.thnt oiut  marvelled at the rapidity of question  and answer. 1 was .much struck  with the musical voices of the children as they sang an Ave Marin,  The desire of the teacher's henrt is."  to obtain nn organ for nse in the  school. She snok������ gratefully of the?  interest, taken in her school by Hoii.  Charles Mnrcil, With great good-wilt  she marshalled her pupils into position while 1 endeavored to get 11 photograph of them.  At present there arc one hundred  nnd fitty persons on the reservation;  the oldest being Btionne Dodnm,  The wigwnms of the aborigines huy*  been displnccd hy houses similnr to  thou' of their white neighbors, nml  in mnny 'instances comfortnble houses  and barns testify to the energy ilnd  ambition of the owners. The occupations of the Indians nre various: during the winter many work in the-  lumber,camps, while others hunt, fish  or make inocnsRins, snow-shoes nnd  baskets, nnd in the summer they net  us guides to the sportsmen nnd n������ '  ship laborers while between timi������������  thev ilo 11 little farming arid berry-  picking.  ��������� The Indinnfl nre very hospitable.  The story is rclnt"d of nn IrislunnnV  experience nlong this linn. Although  fifty yeurs hnve pussed since the incident occurred tho tule has lost none-  of its interest. The mnn hnd occasion to visit the Mission and wins  invited to dinner. Tn order to Induee*  him to remain his host remarked  with evident siitisfnction:  "Duck for dinner, not fly-iiway  duck; bow-wow duck!"  When the savoury dish nnpenrecf  nnd proved tc bu young dog thur  visitor suddenly discovered that his  business, wns too pressing to tiermif  limi to remain, nntl hnstily withdrew.  Another visitor, no longer thnn twenty veiirs ngo, ntc heartily of porcupine, und pronounced it excellent*  'Must like other ment."  The Indians nre full of resource'  whon times nrn hard. I)r������ssing himself in hiu most dilapidated garment.*,  old Louis Jerome present* himself ut  the stores ol the neighboring villuge,  where his ������tory nnd appearance nro  sure of reward, although nil are up  to his dodge to secure charity. Oner  yenr he tried u more ambitious plnn.  buring Lord LntiHcloune's term of office in Clllllldll. lie H-C������:iv������u it ui*  J..ii;i.\ ii'hi.' hud h'-cn one of hi-  fiiiioi'-men on the flrnnd Pnsoiipr-diii,  u letter which read something like-  this.  "Mi������tor   Gfivenmr-Gpurnil,   Writin'  you to let vou know very hnrd tinv's  here, no litciiklnsl \u>.\ uivin  m������ mi-  per Ibis morning, if you'll b������ good  fnouuh ������end me ten dollnrs will pny  yt.n jinlln nex summer If you do ho*  will lie very much surprised  1/iuls .leromc."  Lord Lntisdowni', greatly umnsed nt  tM-  ohurneferMic cpii"le.   re������pnrid"if  I to the Chief'* "sur|irise" nml  *nli>.  I fsction.  j In the enily dny* thft (Sovernmenr  hnd supplied H>ed*fruin tn the In-  j diuns; each man **������* nLownd n*  \ much .nnd u������ lie could cVur.  ] fhe number of people mi the re-  1 mvation hs* dccrcu^.il greatly ������ind������  ! his young days. A lnrgp picture of  j the ex-chief nnd other photogrtphe  ���������dorn the wtili. ''S^rt,^^'"*,^c,'-'':.i)-  "tr    ' <*y'iX\S'> p-1'   "���������",  -V,    ,     -'>','  ,1' \   '  ..���������/J'.-  f > .--  7  .T1'J  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  11,  L������>  SHUTT  ..'Company'  LIMITED  *  GET THE  COCKSHUTT  For Your Fall Plowing  ALWAYS BEST.  CR I CULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS  FURS  For   1911-12  Vl(e have just  issued our Catalogue of superb  garments for the  coming   season.  It's Free  Write for it  *  Fifty years manufacturing fur  garments is the  guarantee that  makes our goods  exclusive^ ���������  We are shewing  great values in.  Mink and Persian Lamb gar-  ments of all  descriptions,  The W. & D. Dineen Company  TORONTO  LIMITED  VALUE OF AN INDUSTRY  Not in Boston  "There is nothing in my play to  bring a blush to anybody's cheek,"  Baid the author.  "Well," replied the producer,  "bring the manuscript around when  you get it finished."���������Washington  Star.   ���������  There are many imitations of Wilson's "Fly Pads. Do not he deceived  by unsatisfactory imitations. Got  Wilson's.  The New York Mail says that if a  conversation between two people is a  dialogue, a conversation between two  cats must be a catalogue. Therefore  two women talking at a bridge party  jnust be _a_decologue.   You are not treating yourself or  your family fairly if you don't keep  Hamlins Wizard Oil in the house.  It's.-the best substitute for- '��������� family  doctor and a mighty good friend in  case of emergency.  If the thumb and one linger do not  meet around your wrist you are a  glutton.  Oorn^ ennnot ^xlst whon llolloway's  Corn Ouro Is applied to them, because it  goon to tho root, and kills the growth.  ��������� She���������"So they have a family skeleton, eh." '  He���������"Yes, T snw her in swimming  ���������������������������this-morning."              '  To allow a child to look into a mirror before it is a month old will cause  it troubio in teething.  WHAT CAN I  DO FOR MY SKIN-  TORTURED BABY?  Jl the Despairing Cry of Thousands of  Mothers.   A Scotchwoman Tells  How IW Child was Cuied.  na  "What onn I do for my skln*tortured  J������by?" How many worried, worn-out  mothers, whoso children aro xnfTerliijr with  oer.cnm, tetter or othor torturlnc, disfiguring  humor, have asked tliertmolveH tills quertiotil  ThroiiRli iii'iaVet or Improper treatment,"  ���������omit minor eruption lnu developed Into a  rllatreimliiB nml uii'ilxhtly affliction, simple  treatment* full, unci utronger mien nre tried,  sometimes no liumli thut the .ufTerliig In  lncreiiKe.it ruther than tllnyed, lCvcn pro-  fiuMlonnl ulfl Iim proven UKeleiw, unci 'Iin  fnur Ik ever-present tlmt the eUln illcenfe  will become chronic, turning the child's  future Into u nlglitinuro ot physical unci meiitul  misery,  Much mother*, who have wlttuwed tlielr  children's (iurTerliiir unci who hove undergone  tlm long, /leeplom nights and dlMrurllnir  anxiety which they alone ran teallw. will  uiidcmtniid tlm grunt tide Unit prompted thin  letter from Mm John Kwun, 6, Vleloihi Kt.,  Inverurie, 8"otland, and will reuci It with  keniiejit liitm-cmt:  ' " t imeCtitlvura floup uteadlly for my Imhy'a  alcln. Hhe hud the cc/cmu when she wuh three  tii'intlH old. Hli* wax In an awful menu nil  ov������r her body, Wn never thmiKlit die would  net over It. We wit with litrnlgfitnnd day for  shout it month, expecting n cry minute to ita  hur dio. The doctor wive me an-ointment  to rub her wllh tint It did her no good. My  oiotlier wnu home from America und *he told  lita to try Uiillcurti Ointment unci to wu������h her  with Oiitloiirii Hoap, There wim u great  difference, when I used the firM box. It  teemed to soothe her anil ilie tU-yX, I wed  tlirex) boxen of Gutlnira Ointment and Mi*  ������,,,,,,   i,,\Uii   *���������,;.,l 0|,������   \,.f   Mi,.   r���������r.,|   i.\.|.|  and Utue fsttent babyjiowl   Hlie fn a niliade,  tin- diii-inr ili'il-.iffA \ mil j;l;ul hi li-H \.i\y-  body  nbuut  It,"  And tlmt the sneers* of tlie Cuticura  Remedies U not confined to the treatment  of ecMin*. Is uinuly proven by Mre, At, A,  Hnliwerln, CM HnrliiKwelli Ave, Ileltult,  Vlch., who wrltem  "When mv  little  Vivlnn wen elwit Mi  iiii,uvhi viiiI, .im iiuvk Villi) a imn nn li^ Iciie-  head. At that ilnnn the tflilld waa covered  with prickly- heat and f rupt>nr* In frralrlili'g  tt hei' own head became Infected, for It hroka  out In hoik one after another, Hlie had about  sixty In all and I lived Ciittmra Boap and  Ciillciira Ointment which cured ber of thim  entirely. Wo do nol think any ore can  praise Cuticura Itemed le* too lity-hly,"  That mothers may le������t Ihe ifflrary and  ���������roiiuuiy ol the Uutirur* Itcii-tihea Inrttuni.  aelvei, the Potter Dnir ard Cliitn, Coip., Ul  Coliimbua Ave,, Ronton, Mum., will cend frre  oo ������l>iillc*i|ini. * K*-itt<uum 11 ltd lux ol Ciiilc ura  pinl/neiit,nufflHe/it loJiffoid irnrfi������������1l*i������-iilkf  In the moat dlttrewlaf forma of ernmai,  taahea, Itehlnci and witlnr* of iff ������Vln ard  ���������calp. .Ufxler tU Jnflueiice of Cutlrute Olr.t.  went, the ltetiln������ ami tiurnlnn Mot>. Il������e uhlld  falli into a refre������Mnr ������ieer������, ihe mother wis,  and for the nmt tlm*. perhaps. In many weeks.  cmmm falls on * dlsiraritif hotisehofd. Tne  Colleurs n*m*tt**M asa sold by rlrnrrlut,  ���������tenywoersj.  Its Great Monetary Worth to the.Community Where It Is Located  An interesting and accurate calculation has been made of what an industry employing 1,000 hands means  to a community:  It increases the population by 5,000  consumers.  It adds $90,000 to the value of public utilities.  The assessment is increased by  $000,000.  It pays out annually in salaries and  wages $559,800.  It represents through its buildings  and the houses of its employees an investment of- $2,000,000.  . The annual ' expenditure in food  would, be $G3,000 in moat, $9,600 in  potatoes, $5,000 in sugar, $18,250 in  milk, $05,700 in butter, and $27,600  in eggs.  Summed up, this means that an industry employing 1,000 hands is worth  $221,600 a year to the farmers of the  district.  The expenditure in clothing would  be $168,750.  With the annual payment of taxes  added to the total expenditure on  buildings, food and clothing, you have  in all $2,428,350 turned into the town  in one year through .the coming of  one great industry. "In conclusion,  one may again note the prodigious results which arc effected by the presence in Canada of some 435,000 arti-  zans. In round figures these men  would mean, at least $1,056,322,250 to  the Dominion.  An industry employing 1,000 hands  may be regarded as a large one, but  the same percentage of results would  follow in larger or smaller plants, so  that one can easily begin to reckon for  himself what any particular industry would mean to a town, or city.  A new ice crenm freezer should be  painted both inside and out before being used. Such treatment will keep  the hoops from rusting and make the  freezer last a great deal longer as a  consequence.  A TERRIBLE RECORD  OF CHILDREN'S DEATHS  As every mother knows, the death  rate of litle ones in Canada during  the hot sumemr months far exceeds  that of any other season of the yeai\  1'lie~"o"a������6ir'f61~"tliis~"iFrUTat~tllG"ex"-  cessive heat brings oh those dreaded  troubles, cholera infantum, diarrhoea, , dysentery and other stomach  and bowel-complaints. These como  on po quickly and with such little  warning that often baby is' beyond  help before the niothor realizes he is  ill. During the hot summer months  the mother much be continually on  her guard to see that baby's bowels  aro working regularly nnd' his little  stomach is kept sweet and pure.  Baby's Own Tnblets should always be  kept in the home, as they are the  nipthcr's greatest friend, A dose  now and then will prevent these  troubles, or if they do come on suddenly thoy will be quickly banished  by the Tablets. The Tablets are sold  hy medicine dealers, or hy mail nt 25  cents ii box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicino Co., Brockville, Ont.  Jones was always very tactful. This  is what he wrote: Dear Mrs. Smith-r  Your husband cannot como home today because his cothes were blown up  in n boiler explosion. P. S.���������-Poor  Smith was inside of the clothes."  Clork���������"Do you want a narrow  mnn'a comb?"  Customer (grnvely)������������������ "No; I wnnt a  comb for a stout mnn with rubber  teeth,"���������Baltimore American.  How Winchester Guns and Cartridges  Are Made  As the hunting season *A'ill won "he  horo sportsmen generally nre thinking of their hunting outfit. This  makos it more opportune to cnll attention to tlio repenting riflon; repenting shotguns nnd nmmunitlon of  nil kinds miuuifneturi'd hy the Winchester Roponting Arms Company���������  the largest ninnufaoturora of nrms  and nniiiiuiiltion in tho world���������which  are justly celebrated for their superiority nnd reliability. Over two million Winchester gtitis havo boon sold  during the forty odd years thoy lmvo  been upon tho tiinrkot, ��������� nnd todny  they,an1 in general uho nil over tlio  world, Having cstuhliHliod such a  doiniind for thoir guns nnd nminuiil-  tion the Winchester Company utrive  to maintain them by exercising great  cure in the selection of the mnterials  used, and hy employing modern methods nnd machinery in innmifnetur-  lng their product, The Winchester  Company employ the leading experts  in gun nnd ammunition making, and  expend minunlly a Inrgo amount of  money in experimental work unci in  perfecting new und desirable types of  guns nnd ammunition, By menus of  this experimental work nnd'by nn ex-  fl r������l tnrr' "vnfnin   nf  tnot"   iTv!   ll!fir\nHlnt)f  embracing every stngo of rrinnufiie.  ture, irom tin; muterialH ht their  rough state to the finished product,  the Winchester Company nre enabled  to keep thoroughly modern in every  wny nud up to it high degree of perfection .\u riroof nf the wnnerlnrlty  of Winchester enrtriilges might he  eitod the report of theilBonrd of flov-  ernment Kxperts who, nfter a thorough test of vnriotiM ninkes, reported  olliclnlly thnt. Winchester rifle cartridges were superior to nil others.  This is the second yenr that Win-  cheater cartridge* huv.: been mi honored. Notwithstanding thoir superiority nnd tin: care tiilcon in manufacturing Winchester guns and ammunition, they cost the consumer no more  than inferior niflkc-j. Quality considered, Winchester good* are the  chenpest upon the mnrket, Win-  fhfsUir goods nre wild by mout all  reprtfnbiV deafer* fn hardware, ami  sporting goods.  COINS UNDER  WEIGHT.  In England It's the Duty of Thoss Who  Get Them to Break Them.  It Is tbe duty of each loyal British  subject not merely to refuae gold coin  that la uuder a certain weight, but to  break It  "Wvery person,* tho act reads, "shall,  by himself or otbera, cut, break: or do-  face such coin.tendered to bim in payment, arid the person tendering the  same shall bear the loaa."  But tn spite of this act tt is a rlaky  bnslneas Interfering with coins which  you may suspect to be uuder weight  or spurious. Some mon tha ago a Grimsby woman: offered > a1'' naif' sovereign' In.  payment of goods to a local shopkeeper. The. latter put the coin in a testing machine and, as It broke in two,  refused to take it,  Tbe coin; however, was pronounced  by experts to be perfectly genutne,  and when tbe case was taken Into a  court of taw the shopkeeper was ordered to refund 10 shillings to the customer. ' -  Money, both gold and silver, wears  out at a startling rate. It Is reckoned  that there Is usually ������100,000.000 in  gold coin ln England, a very large proportion of whtcb is locked iu the strong  rooms of banks. Yet of that which Is  In active circulation tbo wastage Is so  great tbat during every twelve months  ������70,000 worth of gold and silver' ts  rubbed oft Into; flue dust���������Pearson's  Weekly.  PUNCTUATION.    :*"  Tho  Modern  System   Was   introduced  by Aldun Manutiua.  Punctuation by means of stopa or  points, no as to Indicate the meaning  of sentences and assist the render to a  proper enunciation, Ih ascribed orlgl  nally to Aristophanes, au Alexandrian  grammarian, who lived In the third  century li. O. Whatever tits system  may hnve been, tt wns subsequently  neglected and forgotten, but was reintroduced by Chariemagne, tbe various  stops and symbols being designed by  Warnefi'led nnd Alculn.  The preseui system of punctuation  was Introduced in tbe latter part of the  "flfteefith^etTtury'hy'Aldu^MahutlusTa"  Venetian printer, "who was responsible  for our period, colon, semicolon, comma, mark* of Interrogation and',exclamation, parenthesis aud dash, hyphen,  apostrophe and quotation marks. These  were subsequently copied By other  printers until their1 use became universal  Most ancient languages were Innocent of any system of punctuation. We  find In many early mauscrlpts that  the letters are placed at equal distances  apart, wltb uo connecting link between,  even In tbe matter of spacing, an arrangement which must hnve rendered  reading at sight somewhat dllheult.  Remembered  "Think well before you marry him.  Hemember that marriage is a thing  which ennnot be set aside in a dav."  "Oh, I know. I have "thought of it."  "I speak from experience. I thought  the six months I apent in Reno never  would end."���������Chicago Record-Herald.  An Oil That It Famou*.���������Though Canada was not the birthplace of Dr. ]  Thomas' Eoloctrlc Oil. it is the home of l  that famous compound. From here its  Rood name was Bprend to Central and  houth America, the West Indies. Australia nnd New Zealand. That is tar nfteld  enough to attest its excellence, for in all  the countries it is on sale and tn demand.  "Let me. teach you to swim," he  said politely.  "I should say not," replied the summer girl. "But I have no objections  to your   trying."���������Detroit Free Press.  Minard's  Liniment  cures burns,  etc.  Save all the empty spools, and when  any dveing is done in the household  drop the spools into the fluid for a few  minutes and they will make fine playthings for the. children on a rainy day.  There are many sticky devices on  the market that kill some flies. But  housekeepers who have tested them  know that Wilson's Fly Pads kill  many times more, and do not damage  , carpets and furniture like ull sticky-  fly catchers.  Striot 8ohoot Rules.  John Wfaley held that aebool children should Uo without holidays altogether. Wbtni h������ opened Ktngswood  school In 174b he n nnoniiced that "the  children of tender purents. so called,  have no business here, for tbe rules  will not be hrokeu in favor of any  person whnisouyer. Nor Is any^ child  received unless his parents agree thnt  be shall observe nil the rules of the  bouse nnd thnt they will not take him  from school, no, not for a duy, till  tbey take biro for good and all." Further, no piny days were permitted, nnd  no time was ever allowed for play on  tbo ground thnt he who plays whon'  be Is a child will play when be becomes n man, ICvery Prlday the children hnd co work rill H In the nf tor-  noon without breaking tbelr fust.���������  London Chronicle.  A Faith Cure.  Dr. .TonJnh Oldileid relnton a story of  bis student dnys at St Bartholomew's  hospital. A mnn camo to hlrn wltb an  Injury to his Iin ml Tbo doctor did not  know whjt tho ailment wnu, but ho  prescribeif nn (ointment which wns  practically Inrd.' Thu mnn returned to  tbe hospltnl the following week.  "Ab, sir," ho snid, "I begin to reeog.  nlr.tt why It is tlmt Bu Bartholomew's  hospital bus, ouch a groat reputntlotil I  come from Leicester and huve been to  all tbe doctors tn Leicester. Your ointment hns done me mure good In oue  week than all thu ointment of the doc  tors ot Leicester lu mnny months."  Thnt result, added tbe doctor, was  owing to the fact that Uio man came  to St, Bartholomew's believing that he  could be cured there.���������London Graphic,  Two Reoorde.  "I hnvo crossed the Atlantic twenty  UllK'm,"     bilrnkWrn     tji������      UlUlJ      IfUlll      SmW  Vork.  MH������������o yonr replied the nisn from  Chicago. MMy record beat* that,"  "Oh, rtnllyV   How mnny times have  "Vta never been over tt *IL but Vf  set foot tn every state of tht Onion."  "Quite remarkable. liy th* way, old  chap, how many states nr* there now}"  -Chlcngo ltvcordliernld.  Oood Bohsme.  nicks-Tou keep duplicate* of tli  your old lovo letters r What an ideal  Wick*���������Yes; when I novo don* something particularly foolish 1 Just read  over ooo of thoso letters. It It quit*  encouraging to know that Pot uot nearly ao much of * fool u I used to no.-  BlXua&iMk  He���������"Yes..darling, when I am with  you I feel inspired���������as if I could do  some perfect thing,"  She���������"Maybe you could order a  luncheon that I would like without  consulting me!"���������Puck.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  rlth LOCAL APPLICATION'S, as thejr cannot resell  ton sent ot tbe disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constl-  iutlonal dlseaso. and In order to curo It you must take  menial remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cur* Is taken Internally, and acta directly upon ths blood and muroui  lurfaces. Hall's. Catarrh Curo Is not a quack medl-  sine. It was prescribed by one ot the beat physicians  in this country tor years and Is a regular prescription,  tt i. composed of %lxa best tonics know.n, combined  srlth the best blood purifiers, acting directly on ths  mucous surfaces. The perfect combination ol tha  two Ingredients ia what produces such wonderful re-  lults ia curing catarrh. Bend tor testimonials, free.  F. J. CHENEY * CO- Props., Toledo, a  Bold by Druggists, prlt'e 75c  TaJu Hall's Family Pills for oooatloattoo.  People in big towns are always selfish, I should rather live in a little  town, where people sympathize with  you when in trouble; and where, if  you have no trouble, they look up  sonTe"iof~you: "^ "  St. Isidore, P.Q., Aug. 18, 1904.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,  Gentlemen,���������I have frequently used  MINARD'S LINIMENT and also prescribe it for my patients always with  the most gratifying results, and I consider it the best all-round Liniment  extant.  Yours truly,   ,  DR. JOS. AUG. SIROIS.  A Big Stick  Captain Hnrdress Lloyd, polo.player, was talking in New York about the  cessation of flogging nt the great English public, school of Eton.  "I am glad," he said, "that flogging  is now clone nwny with. Eton boys  used to suffer a good deal from the  birch, There wns one Eton master in  the 70's who flogged so severely that  his death, when he came to die, was  announced in the papers among tho  shipping news. They announced it  under the head of 'Loss of a  Whaler.'"  A rent in arnineoat mny be mended  by applying a piece of blnck silk court  plaster to the underside of the tear.  ITCHING ECZEMA'S  CAUSE AND CURE  THIS  DREADFULLY    TORTURING  AND OBSTINATE  DISEASE  IS  ENTIRELY  OVERCOME  BY  DR, CHASE'S OINTMENT  Kczenin is common to rich and  poor, olil and young, and is neither  contagious nor an indication of tin-  cleanness, as somo suppose.  Toothing, improper food, Indigos-  tion, vaccination, poinoning hy clothing or from ivy. etc,, are minted  nmong the causes,  There i* inlliiinniiition, redness,  heat, swelling, discharge, formation  nf ernst, and nil the time annoying,  troublesome itching und burning,  which often, becomes so torturing ns  to be nlniost unendurable.  Tlil������ ever r>rwnt itehinc t������ whnt  makes eezenin ho dreaded, and it is  tills foil lure, to \ili.eh lh. iJluw.'n  Ointment give,-* relief from iilmast  the first application.  Dr. Ohnse's Ointment is nnt only  delightfully soothing, but in u wonder  as a mentis of hcalintr the <*kin. It  is not long before tlio raw, itching  sore* nre thoroughly elonnsod, the  itching subdued and the procenn of  healing begun. Persistent treatment  will then bring nbout a thorough  cure,  This great ointment in nlw/iyt, bene-  ftciul to the Ain, makiiu it .'<^t.,  smooth and velvety, nnd, besides be.  ill(T     the     mml     <-tf> .>fi\v   Ir.virrwnt  known for the euro of c-ommi, i* useful In every home in n score of ways.  Mothers use Dr. Chnse's Ointment  for the chafing nnd ������kin trouble* of  their babies in preference to unsnni-  tHjy pore-clok'ging ijowib-r.i. fio cents  n bor, nf nil ifnnh-m, nr Kdm.iri.tori,  Bate* i. Co., Limited, Toronto.  SERVING THE PEOPLE.  J. L. Englahart Is an Apostle of Craad  of Public Duty.  The New Ontario tire disaster has  enlarged the acquaintance of the pub-,  lie with one of the most noteworthy  men in the service of the people���������Mr.  J. L.  Englehart.  Tho Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Railway, running from North  Bay to Cochrane, made New Ontario;-  It waa conceived by Sir George W.  Ross. -His..Government built most of  it. Mr. Englehart is chairman of the  commission which' now operates it for  the people. .When news came of the  big nre, the Government gave Mr.  Englehart authority to act for it in  the crisis. Mr. Englehart, from Toronto, telephoned Supt. Black of the  T. & N.O.: "See.here, we have been  placed in full charge of this affair.  Turn, the whole force of the road on  the job and do all you can to prevent  suffering."- Then he got busy himself,  arranging quickly Ior systematic, immediate relief, and advising as to tho  distribution of the Toronto Jund raised for the sufferers. The sign put up  at Englehart station'reading: "No one  need pass by here hungry," and signed by Uie chief of the railroad, voices  the sympathy and sense of,his.policy  of relief. And it was a tine thing lor  the province that a man of Mr. Englehart V size, 'in head and heart, waa  ready at hand when this emergency  arose^. ,'--.       '' -\, ���������- ���������' -.-/ ']'''  Mr. Englehart was born in Cleveland sixty-four years ago. Starting a3  an ordinary employe in an oil con-A  cern, he soon became owner of a prosperous oil business of his own. He  came to Canada in 1870, when he was  twenty-three, doing' business at London and Hamilton. In 1881 he went!'  to Petrolea to operate the Imperial  Oil Co., in which liis former interests  were incorporated; and he is still vice-  president of that concern. A good oil  man has to be something of a railroad  man as well. Mr. Englehart is. So  when the Whitney Government was  forming a new T. & N. O. Commission to succeed the Ross commission,  Mr. Englehart was asked to go on the  board. He had become a' British subject, also a Conservative, and with a  large fortune made, he felt there was  more in life than piling up more  money. So he accepted Mr. Whitney's  offer, and later became chairman of  the commission.  When he left Petrolea, he presented  the town with his fine home,- surrounded by thirty-five acres of beautiful landscape gardens, as a park and  hospital. To him the salary of $5,000  he receives as chairman of the T. &  N.O. Commission is a small matter.  He serves the public because he  thinks the work" is useful���������really  worth while. They say he knows  every spike in the road. Certainly he  knows alljthe_men working on it. and  "whenever ah employe; makes a good  showing he receives a cordial letter  from Mr. Englehart telling him his  work has been appreciated. The combination of competence and generosity shown in his grasp of the fire  disaster is shown in everything he  does. Would that we had more men  nf his high stamp in the public service I  E. M. Macdonald.  Mr. Edward M. Macdonald. K.C..  M.P., of Pictou, Nova Scotia, who is  expected,to succeed Sir Frederick Borden as Minister of Militia, is one of  the leading lawyers of the Maritime  Provinces, and nas been in politics  for many years. He was born at Pictou in 1865. His first three attempts  to become a Parliamentary representative of tho people were unsuccessful,  He was beaten for tho Nova Scotia  Legislature in 1894,. and in 1390 and  1900 was defeated in running for tho  House of Commons, his successful opponent on both these' occasions being  Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper. Ho secur-  ed a 8.iat in the Legislature, however,  and resigned it in'1004, when he wns  elected a member at the Commons,  and lijis since retained his aent, Eor  years ho )ias been strong and influential as a public maiy and as a lawyer has formed most important connections. One of his ullents is the  Dominion Conl Co., which he represented in its big fight .with. Dominion  Steel. Ho has also represented the  Province of Nova Scotl* in important  casus.  Mr. MacvlonoJd is a cietr Masoner  and a vrong debater, ������M his services  in the House are much valued by the  Prime MlniBter.-ToronVi Star Weekly  Facts  About  Motherhood  The experience of Motherhood iv ������  trying one to most women and markf  distinctly an epoch in their lives, Nol  one -woman in a bon.  'died is prepared ot  .understands how to  (properly care for ber.  self. Of course nea-r.  ly every woman now*  adays has medical  treatment at tb������  time of child-birth,  but many approach  the experience with  an organism unfitted for the trial of  strength, ��������� and when the strain is ore*  ,her system has received a shock frena  which it is hard to recover. Follow*  lng right upon this comes the nervout  strain of eating for the child, and ������  distinct change in the mother result*.  There is nothing more charmingibav  r happy and healthy mother of cWI.  dren, and indeed child-birth under right  conditions need be ixo^hazard io health  or beauty. The urtexplainable thing it  that, with all the evidence of shattered  nerves and broken health resulting  from an unprepared condition, women  will persist in going blindly to the triaL  It isn't as though tbe experience  came upon them unawares, They hart  ample time in which to prepare, but  they, for the most part, trust to chance  arid pay the penalty.  In many homes once childless there  nre now children because of the fact  that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablt  Compound makes women normal,  healthy,- and strong.  Any womnu wlio would like  special advice in regard to villi  matter is cordially invited te  write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn-  Mass. Her letter will be held it  strict confidence.  THICK, SWOLLEN GLAND*  that mako a hone Wheea*.  Roar, hare Thick Wind or  Vhoko-down.  can   be   *���������������       __  Boved with .    - laT/'  J B SOR BINE-  ���������how Bunch or BweUlng. No  mister, no hair gone, and  norao kept at vork. C3 per bottle. dollYored. Hook It ������ free.  ABSORBING, Jlt��������� liniment for manklnaV  Hcdticea tioltro, Tumors, Wees, Painful. KnotuA  varicose Veins, Ulcers. 11.00 nnd K.oaa bottle at  doaloti or doUrered. Book with testimonials freak  W,r.YOUNG.PJ>.r..t37LymansEl������!iH, MontrtaljCaa.  Alio furnished by Martin Bole & Wynne Co., Wlnnlpw f  The Niitloiul Driii; and Chemical Co., Winnipeg ft Calvary;  and ilimdenon Broa, Co. Ltd., Vancouyer.  K  GREENER'S A���������^  EMPIRE GUN $63  W. W. GREENER  63.   65    Beaver   Hall    Hill  MONTREAL P. O.  The "Wellington" Hat  for men. Cnnadian-miide, Guar*  nnteed best hat vulue 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.  M AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD,  vUl, WiNaurWa 8ootiii.no 8vr������ip haa beta  :?<'"rover SIXTY YKARSby MIM.IOND of  ��������� OTIIRKH (or their CrUt,DKIlN V/UU.M  ������������������KJmilNG. with PKItKI't BUCCKH*. II  A00THK8 the CHILD, fiOFIhNS the GUMS  AU.AYH all PAIN . CURKH WIND CollC art  In tin best remedy for DIAKRIUKA, It la *t*  jo ulfly harmleaa. lie Hire and aalc for "Mra  Wlrmlow'a 8ooihln������ Syrup," and take uo otUt*  kind. Twenty-five ctuta a bottle,  At a Quick Lunch Counter.  The youths Who wnit behind tho  counter* in the quick lushes acquire  it certain kind of crude bnt ready wit  from their constant awcintlnn with  all north of men who t-hink it is pirt  of their duty to iniilto reiaarks about  the things thoy buy to ������at, The luds  who wear tho white aprons and himd  out the stoamini/ dishei do not always  j eomo out second best In tho exchange  ' of pleasantries,. A we������k or so w* a  "general grouch" wont into one of thu  lunch counters Ami prvweeded to com������  plain about eve?ythiii|/.  "Sny, waiter, <iid yo* make this cof.  foe of chewing tobacviP" and "8oy,  waiter, how mnny p'wjile hav* refused this egg?" were supple remarki.  At hist ho ordered t, chicVen patty,  and tried it.  "Loud horn, there li no chicken In  this," he excltillncd.  "f cues* not," wm thn uni'irnMed  I reply of the wsiter.    Terhap-i it is  I   H<������.  : "Then what do yju call Js chicken  I patty lor, if tlwre ii no chicken in  I iti'' inquired i.-c \io,t** customer,  "Well, ll you nought a dog biscuit.  I you would not Jiv[n.������el '<> Und any don  / in it." retorted tn* winter.��������� fcuvurduy  ' Night.  i aamm-m-mmmwam | pw mi i  ������������������������������������������������������������  i Ontario's Mineral Output.  j    According to the annual   report of  I the mines branch of the Departmnn? j  ; f.t Mines, Ontario   produced   jn   th*  ��������� twidvH  mouth*   .$!)!,������;tj,4trt    worth   ol  mineral*, computed  with    185,657,100  , in the preceding year, un increiuc of;  , nbout 7,3 per cent.  !     Metsls     increased     *y    $2,182,473.  atructursl materia!* ond clny pro-  I ducts by $5,lu3,3!VI. Hnd other non-  } metallic product* by 11,001,532. On.  < Urio led all the province* by produo.  im 41 oer cent, of th. whoU.  The Reason  "Tliey have mimed tho baby niter  Undo IJfilshar,7.iir."  "Hns Undo BelHluiMiir monoy?"  "Do you AunpoKo   they   liked   the  nninnP"���������Pittsburg Tost.  Impurltlea of the niood Counteracted.-*  itiipiirltloH hi llio blood i-ouiti from die  tout* In the action of tho liver. Th������r  are rnvi<nli<d hy plmplnH and unnl������litlr  ImttfltinN on the iikhi, Thev mint, lie  trniitml inwnrdly, nnd for thin purpove  tlmrii 1������ no more pffentlvn nomnhunil to  ho lined thim PnrniclH-'������ Veirftnhl* p|ju,  Thoy not directly on the llvor nnd by  welllim up heiiltliy proeeNiw* hnvo a hone,  lli'lnl, effect niion the blood, hu that Ira.  purities am ell minuted.  Tn rob a hwhIIow'h nest built in a  nreliouso wns held in the olden time  to he it more fearful hiierilcw. than to  steal a olinlico from n church.  Mlnnrd's Liniment relieves neuralgia  If you drenin of falling and an*  awakened by tlm fancied Jar of landing II Ih n hjrii yon are going to bo ill.  If you nwalte while still in midnir you  will continue in good health.  DODD'S ',  W. N. U., No. Ul, TUB BUTDliaiW HBW8    1
lotted l^yery   Tuesday by  the
$otr*ox   & , Cumberland
publishing   Company. J
~ Th is paper" wjU not hold. 'Use) ��
swaponsihK* far tho opinions oJ#-wottaipBHto vmva.uum ,.uv	
���Wrt   ��d UinV appear i��"ita columns h\,esday, September 20, 'l.Oll for thu con-
t''     .-   'J.Jt\,na ���������"���'���       QtruotiooolS IMaWhaif at  Surt   Inlet,
Irqm tune to tune. , j^. ^ ^ Is)qnd ^ 1>ishict| u.0.
Plans.'spocifioationt. and form  ofg con
WEDNESDAY, Npy.-., 15:1911,
thk neW'_ewi?^
r
���pr^vwrrP^
CEABlip TENDERS,. wlcb-eswd to the
>~5 nnilerb|goed,.onri en <M.<1 "Tender
for Whaif lit Surf Inlet. B.C.," wil hero
ooived at-tbis cilipj until  4.00  P.M., ou
NOTICK Is hereby go. en that SO day*
after dat�� I intend to apply to   th��   H -u.
Minietur o' I^uds for a iiooiiGe to prospect
for co*} aud petroleum under the foreshore
a id under the water on the lands io  aud
nppqtita that following dcisori.ed land* sits
���,\U iu Kunort pbjlriot:-rrC(immanpiDS at n
posl, p!.\nf.>.d qu tbe wn teach ud higb va.��r
in&rk a{. the intois��et}QU of TaOtipus 13 and
\S, T-vnahiu 2, port Muiielli, Ruyert Die
' tilot? thence north, QO chaini, thenco &r*vt
yo uh-.ini,   theueo nouth ��5 'ohniuu, more
o- lo�� to biy;h w&ter mark on aouth sUe ��f
P*r,  Moj^QtU   Hnrbor; thenc*  wiwurly
tiling there to place ot oommeuoeinoat.
E, Priest, a]r����t,,
j'Wtftd. tV�� 1b% day Of September, 1911,
ISO HOE is heJpeby giveu" Wat 30 days
atyw date I iutend to apply vq the Hou
Jtfjituitter cf ILtisdu f or a license to prospect
for coal and vutrqleura under tbe foreabere
fin,dund��f the water du the laiids ia aud
popot>ite tbe following described lands situ
ato in Rup.rt District,:���Couunan*i- g at (\
p .s Jiilauted pn the bc.i beach at high wati r
raaikatthe intnrsuation of Seotipoa 16 and
17, l'oiiwtyp 2, Port McNeill, Rupert Dia
trict; ^heucc nortk 80 chums, theueo weat
��>Q oOaius, tlience nouth (32 ohiiue, more or
l<.'-ui to ht;*b \yater mark ou aouth aide of
I'ort MpHeill ilurltotc fa-amia ewtorly
rdp.<g ifeot-w bee t�� plat* ��f c^wainwiSeman*.
Mawa Jam^s PKi��s;r,
B. Priest, agent,
Rawed thib iBiday of Septeuaupr,   1^11.
NortCE U hereby given that 30 days
a|t,*-r d^tfl I in\e"^ to app!? *0 the Hou
Minievr of Ivwude fc^r a license to" prnppeit,
for 004I i n/Ppatrolenm under thoforeshore
and under the water, on the lands in''.-.and
���ii.pojito 'he following d-scribed hud< stir
i��at.*. in th��i Prince .Kupert District:���Com?
 rn*ccirtg at a-p6bVplantedj>fl.thej.pa beacH
tract"can b��* seen aad forms of tcnt'or obtain) d at this Depa-tiueut. and et ilio Ufi
ces lit G. A. Kebfer, Ksq., Distriot EtiRJu-
oft", J^ow \Vtatniiu3'er,B C.> and on tpuli-
eat-.on to the Poattna-iler at 1'nuco Report
and Vip'oria, R.O.,
Fertons tendeiing are uo'ilied that tend-
vtq will \xf\, be o< nsideree uuleaa made ou
tho printed forma (supplied* a��id s'gmd
with tkoir netuid sigua:ur��'-a, ttuting thii
<.ccu| r.liou3 aq>d \-\icw \ f lQQ'i'-e ce. lu
tlio caso of fiir^B, tho nutual signature, the
nature of thu occupation, and pbtoa f
retjdenoe of i ac^ m>.-wber of the iirm must
bo given.
$a.h tender must ba no?-mpicied by an
aooei4ed cheque on a chartered bauk, pay
ablo io the prd.r of the Houvural.de the
Minuter of Public Works, equal 'o t-u per
jpent (10 p.p.) of tlw amount c^ undei,
wh ch will be;forfeiti d: if the perton tendering dueling t�� enfarinto a coulruet when
called upon to do so, or ftdl to complete
the cou(,rjot, If the tender bo i.p.t ft.ee -p-.-
qd tbo ohequo w}ll Le returned.
.Th�� Pepaitv'uwn,v..dr.ea not bind  itatlf lo
accept ^Jue lowest or any tender,
#y order,  '
^ Q. DESROUHEUS,
roo.ctaiy:
Department of Public Works
"Ottawa, August'28 1911.
.'. Ntvfopupers wil| not Ue V*i'^ f��r ,n" -i1^'
venidtuteat if thoy insert it witb. ut auth-
P).ity from tl e Depaitrnent,
NOTICE h hereby given that at the
next, niceiing of the Board ot Licence Coin-,
missio.iers of the City of Cuitibovhi-d, I
nteiid to ��pp y for a renewal cf tliu h-1-
��I'lie'eiise hold by nib for the CuniUoriand
Uciitl, situated on lot 1, block <i, Cuml er-.
land To-.vns'iie.
WILUAM MERRIFIELD!
Dated t; is 7th dny of Nov.. 1911,
NOTTCE   ii  hereb/ t;i\T6ii tint nl the
���icxt tu eting of   the   Uoaid   <f Llcuso
Cotnii.issio. ers  ��������  the Citv of Cnn.b i-'
lnnd, 1 intend tu apt ly for a renuvul 11 the.
wholcHiilo liquor Uo.ii>o hold by mo, iit-
untoA  ou   lot 12, block  G,  Curubei-Wd
l'ownbilo.
- JOHN  MAROCCHI
I);\to,\ Ui'b 7lh day of Nov,, 1911.
or
This is not a professor's lecture on
Astrology. It is merely an intimation to the public who use printin
of any kind���Posters, Circulars, Billheads, Business* or. Visiting Cards.
Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements^
Etc, Etc.,���that
NOTIOK   is heroby given thut. ut 'ho
oxt meeting of (ho Board of Licoi'se O.ni
miaidotiois ut tho City of Cnwtb.'rlnnd, I
intond to ;i plv'fur u rono*al of tho Iwt-
cl 1 ceut-o hold by ine tbo   Wuv^rly
il*> cl, Mtnuted ou 1 it 2, btoot 3, Camber
inud To-vumto.     %
FRANK DALLOS
Dieted ibis 7th day of N-v., 1911
NOTICE whereby g-v.n thai ut ih't utxt
meu iug of ilio K-ni d of LiC:hs6 Conimii-
siono-8 of the Li-y of Cumberland, I if-
tend to rpply for u r-.-iie>v!il of iho wholo-
Riile liquor luotise lulU by mt sitirttod.
mi lol 1'2, b'ock 7, Ouiubarlaud Tow.Mto.
FRANK SCAVARUO.
Datod Shia 7tb day of N-.v,  1011
NOTIOB i'  her. by (riven that   nt >tl o
in-xl mcftiiiff i f tho Board of LicmisoCom
nri-nii iv ru of tho City <.f Oiunhorliind. wo
in tend ti apiily fer i mnowal   f tho bo'-
el lio nso held by us   f.ir tha   Voi.domo
Uolol, situatod o'i lot fi block J5, Cumbei-
htnd To .vi Kitd.
WILSON & HU AMBERS.
third this 7th d iy of Nov., 1U11.   ���
NOTICE is hereby giyeu tout on the
first, day of Daceiuber i\, xt application vr.lt
bu made to, tho Sapoi-iutiji-.do.it of Piovi i-
cial Police, Vic-.Qi-ia, fv.r theron����-nlof tin-
bpttl bcijn.-0 to sell liquors hy rttiil iu tbe
hotel kuo.wn as tho MfoUou i.oicl, sitnateo
at Uniou ]5ay, B.C. Pk.vsbm & Blshop.
Dated Qotoi.er 3rd. 1911.
ht'higb. water in��rk at the inbaisection of
^cctiona IQaqd 17, TWuqhip 2, Port Mc:
NeiH Huuert District; theuce noith 80'
chiMus, thence east 80 ol\aii;s, thouoe aouth
7,5 olj^ntt naqrc or fas*, to hijjh water m&i^t
ou tyutjeb. sidu. of Port UcNoill Harbor,
thtuco veeUrly ^ofltj Bhorn liae t�� plaoo of
Q-.>mmoBcamon,t.    JR<>v Pb^'hs-{,
K. Piieal, natont"
Gated this Jdt day of giicp/.emlvjr, 1��)11,
^i   '-' '���      In   ii ���  mimimii' ������'   ; I
NOTICE i�� hereby given |hat 80 d��y��
lif ter date I iuteud to apply to tho Hcuioui -
(jblo tho Miubtor oi Lauds for a liuauiie to
proypebt for cpul-imd p8tr��|ouru viuijor th'i
loro'jhorc aud un*lur Uia wiji.or ��n thb lavdH
in uud opposite tho tdl>*uiif do,ioribed
lauda situate h  Rupert Distrioij���(Xm-
puonging at r. poat planted ou tho mix beauh
Ut hi^h w��ttr murk at ilu ijt'imootion of
SwtionH Hand l.'j Towuuhip 2, Port Mo-
Nuill   l^uoort   piB^riut! ���thsuise iioHh 55
chains uv. r�� or bma to hii^h wator nurk on
t,ho nor,tl\ lido of  Boy��   MoNtiill   Harbor;
theucp  following   ilio   ��oa bench a,t li'ijh
wwtftr mark around thu kuad of ihu Harbor
\)i> \j\n.ii qf comrsionctimftut,,
Jfp^sow M. Tqhuivvu,,
B, Pri��i(, aRoat,
Datod tHi In* dmy of Se^-.tmber, 1011.
NOTICE is hefeby fjiven. tb���� <V\ the
first day of De-comber" noxt uuij,boatlon   will
-b��-inade-to4boi5nporiutendoutof,Pr_i>vinoi!U.
Police, Viotorii", for the rcoowal of the ho
[ te( licouM tp sell liquors by  retail   iu   the
b,otel known as the Itivcraido hotel, pituatid
atCourteuay, B,Q. 0. 11. fKonsru.
D.todOctolierS, 1911.
Is in a position to execute orders in
the manner specified, have them
ready when promised,- an J deliver
them where stated, if desired.
N017> E is horpbyh-ivcu tint at ilo
mxt mm ting of 'he B'-ard of Liarnao Com-
niiskiooora for iho Ci y t.f Cuubcihnd. 1
intend lo .ivp'y tor a i ei.e^ a 1 of t.lu; \\ hoi -
salo Jiqunr licei.sv bolil by ni -, bi-u.-itml un
lo!, G, block 13, Cuii.bi'-iurd ro^uhit--.
C1AL1 VIM-.A.TT1.
Dated ihi��7i.h .1 .y i.f >!���"., 1911.
a mtm-.aa* va *m m****-    ***"**
NOTICK g U hereby Kiv>n Hvu st tbe
uext meeting if the Bourd if Lic^n^e
Comujisoiont-rs of the City uf Cun.b.r-
Un<l, I 'iitond to apply for a triuHHfo
t��e wholesale liquor liom hb held I y pie
oii lot S, block 2, to block 15, lot 6��� tun.-,
borlaud Xowna.te.
CI/VLI MUSSATTO,
l)at.d tliift Oth day of AuKUBt, 1010
NOTICK in hereby given'that on the
flr��t,day.of P��ceinb</r uext applicali��->u wi:'l
lie m^do to tho Suyoriutuu-.)oiit ��� f Proviu-
oiul Police, Vi-toiin, for the ruuowa\of th*>
hotol HcodBi to a 11 liquor* by louiliu ^hi-
l;ottl known na thu Wilton hotel, tituatod
at Uiiiun Bay, 11,0.   Johm Hvmi'Ahuy, <Jit.
Dnted 0cs4obji S, 1911.   .
r. :���'���'���������...'������   ���' .��, ���������TW-im���?���i. ',.���-. H'-tiaj
NOTICE is hereby xiven"tni��t 30 days
lifter diitei \ intcud to apply to the Honor
able Minister of l,ands   for ,.i Ib.etise to
prospect for coitl nnd pmreleum, under
the fen; .bore .md under iho winer on ihe
lands in nnd o.ip..j'.'.c ihe  f--Movvinj* de<
cribed land* si'u.*.ti��in Uupiit Distiicu--
fJoi.it. gii,.inn   a', ii poii  pi.-.ii't I mi the
>ci he��ch nl hi^'ii wulor watk ut tliu in-
"mr*cc,tii)n of Sections u ami  1,3, Town-
vlii;�� �����, l*or,'. McNeill   Kii|��jrt   UiMrici;
tlntuct: north tio chitins thence wot   lu
. (hiiins more nr less 10 tiiKb inter nwik
pu L*dije Pouh; thence   wctK-ily nlour,
nhni'C line t'i intei section of .Sections 3,1
iind   2,\,   Towuuhip 3, llv'tici- iijutlicrly
iti eh.iins 1..ore or loss US b.^h w-nteniiruU
on south sida of Port  McNtill  iVirbov;
theiK.e t.'tit.uly .iluu^ shore 1 i * * - >o \ iim
if comiaeiicciiieia, 1", i'kiKST.
p.i.cli this ht day uf Se|)icmb*r, 1911,
NOTIOB 11 limol-y pivou tliat ou tho
Hint cUy of Docouiber uuxt nyplicati'm will
bunudo to the Hunorii.toudoiit of Pro-
Y\uoisl Polios, Vio.uriu, fwr a i-si-uwal of
tho li-.U license tonqllb'1 *"�������* by lotuil
in the hotol known no tlio KlU I otol, eitu-
^ted at Com x, B.O.      Jolts Mautin.
i).U'dOotub��r8, 1011.
COAST LAND 1HSTIUST.-
Dis'.iicl (if Const.
TAKK NQTKKlirU ].)a vidf-O-l Wil nl
Co., Ltd., i.f Lou^Miotii I;.lol, ticcu-
(lii'ion hiniliormi-n. in'o-,.1 io ;\\.\ )y
1 for^lvmt7^i"m_nT~plTTchTriii^i-lTcr{tTl>-	
i(j<viii�� ili*-ciil 0:) .:ii)d.-: Coiniti?! <-.-
i-i}Zi\lii iiout ilui oil on t'.e eoi".h
bkIo of Ilnidwiok 1.-hind nbout '20
oh.dr.p from s-hnrc, tlieticp 011 tno
eni'l. boiiiiiiiirv lino of leife lot.
iivi;];oil 'ill li U M ;'.htviic i.or��h "ill
cliniiir". ilioiicei'n.-'t 20 clininK '.!n> i-o
|imith '20   oii!\in��,   ili��ncn  oi-F' MO
iht-iu-e weSifcO chains, bacV- io j-1 <���*
of c.nniineiKctiicnt, cuntatninjj HO
.icrcs Diui-o or les>'*,
Davidson W.umOo. T.td.
F S W'sxr-y, agent.
baled AiiRuat 10. 191.1.
l'AtM.-a*,^^TKtJLlymJI^JXmm%^
Change of advei'tiseiuenis will
not be received at this o(Hce later
than 12 o'clock noon on Tucs-
days'.'-
NOV10K in horoby HJvnu tlmt nn tin
Hnd dny >jf Dt-c'irinbiirniixt appli. ntiou wdl
\>i> mulo to the Suti��'riiit��tidtiittof 1'iovin-
CJ..J J"'ili''��i Viotorin, for h runuwul of thu
hoti'l ii'.-iuru to noil liquors by rotiiil in
tho liolol kuo -ii hm tho WlllowM Hoiul h! -
uutoi  iit(Jaiiipli-ll It vor. 11. C.
THULIN & HANSEN.
Diti/d OfitoiMjt ��� a, lun.
NOTICE is lunch? ijivcn tluit ;)*j .l��ys
after lime I mitnd io apply io tin; lloiuu
VV,. !<l...'iiv. -! !, '*d"   f'1- '    ln-cnsi.   to
p.ji,...: .'Vn rnl ;hm1 jM��tnM.Mt.H,m,|f.r ||���,
M.-.i.mxi- iiiid   umler   tho wicrun die
i.ni    '���������*. tii!' oj>| ������vl<i tht  (oilowiinj   ih...
n*rit,i't Und-i bitv.itit in Rupert 'DiMvicu,
tV.ivi.MH-m'  -o i tirt'.i pl.mu'd wn iin-
lt.>, W.-ich m hi*;h v.u��r iii.iilciti ihu in-
UtriPCitnnof fc^iiun* J4 r.!\d IS,  Town-
%lnl>a,lVjn   McNeill   Ktipuit  District;
ther"e nor'b __ ohjiins more or Ic-ii   to
lii^li" v:nI"* '.vul: r.ii tlnftiinnhsiibiot l'oi'��
:..   :..,;. l''.,.,'. -., ::..;���.; ��� ���-   '"!�����   -.����� -r
ilviiw Kite  Hi fiui r-i 1 .u'l    i. .'-i' 1 tn '-. ij
;\;,'- ; ;   "i'�� >���-*���(-��� :>"i :-.,-.    .  ������.,.., ....',.        , ,
:''..t,   ���     ..- 1    ���    - I     l..,.t ... ,, ,   . ... V f
f.l, ;, i.;t.i -i.'urt.    '  ' -       ''' ��� v .. ���'    J: ,.i , 1
tlli-li'.. <   u'-.CI : ,    ..
iti i �����. ������'��� < f   .if '���'.!
[t.i -d .'ii. ��h? <"������!.
NOTICE U   Iiereby   given
.John  11,  Glnnvillo,  co-ownor in
tho Rosa gt'<��iij) of Minonil Onims
i-iumtcd 20 niile�� from tho month
of Phillips llivor in tlm Nniininio
Mining Diviiiitiii, thu'. his sliitro of
tho cxjii'tHiititro hns not hvoii \m<\,
nnd that wo intond   to   lihv nutieo
with the Jlin'nijj;  llwiordvr of snid
District according toSct'tion 2.5 11,
Gliaplor liio of Tlm 1��, t1-. Mining
Act.
J. (). Koss, Agent.
Lnnd, 1), C, Oct, 7t';i, 1011.
S.IYWAIU) l.AWD DisruroT.
Diatriot of Sny��vnrd.
TAKK ni'l no tlmt (JoorKti Li-icontnr Ul-
f'Vil JJM M1W   >Tnmiiiun   .' 'ivimh   . ,...,v,, , 'lil|V|(t,. II, of   V* .IlllllllVtT,   \Uj.,   IIIOlllllllllC,
���uui.t.eut My>tor llivur, in Mm ui-dvhioo t.{ j iiiliiidrt U ii|��(,iii io>��� p.-i-ii,'ur.i'.i l-iyiiMlin��o
Jl.i iih Coliunbla.     Akmi; Wonwii's,    i tlii-fi.lloA-iij},'doHiintiinl Inud.':
DiiU'd Uou Wn 1.1, h'l I, j    I'o-nu-ncl i* at h |m��t |iliutt.',d  nt thu
..t...'......*.ft.mm.mmmff,m,mm..*.m...*,^m.Vm,mm*.r-..,     j ,S|,U'1| WC* t C'll'lll'l' lif   lilt  WUj    tllUllOU <tl)|'tll
NO nOK   in   heroby pi ven 'liul on llio) hi) i'Iiuhik, thi-iieo went l->  diii'im, (hi-ncd
llr.'t d��y nf Ducvmbor noxt ��i<pliuntiouJv ill i n��mtVi H'l uhn.uu, thut w v.if 75 cluiiiH, to
"''"'  'if coiiini'iioiiiuont,  tioiilitininn OilO
N'OTICU in lo'i-uly fjivon tint mi tho
Iiiii day nf Ihp, \i\f>t-r mxr ti|ipli(!iiUou wil
'����� ��it<la to thu Supiiiiii'.����dii'it (f I'rovin.
I-..' Polio. f...r tlm roiiowiil ut u,u hotwl li-
1-i.piu, it k.11 llqu'ii'H liy rot��il in tlm hate*
I. i-f.-.! an iho WoDilhiiH .Sipping Plaou,
(it
id of tV.c
���tail   in
V,.
III! llllltll' IU Hi* -HIU-.'..'-       ���
\U.nl   i��l��:*>,   VJit.'.;., f'1-iiM
IlLtoi lK4.-ilnO t< lit 11   li'|U  "'it by   i-
ihuhi/l* \ U'��'��'> ni tli** Union ln.tcl. ��it-
uuto ut  Ui.im.ll C.     Samui-xC IMvm.
Unud thu :titi <iuy i.f oiiibur, ��yn .
NO TICK in b-roby  Hivou tlmt on Um
tlrH day ' f lKcv-��tlvr is<xt iipi.lio.tb'u will
Len.iiilo t'.lo tlio .Sii|i��riiilondoiit n( I'ru-
vir.oml roliro,   VtPton'a, fur a u-uiuv.l of
j ih' u ������\ 'H-.'iiS' to M-H lit|iv��'H by iota I
llit the li' ' ���'.   "   "'*'" iin tb''I'ti.ilt't'tlii  'l--.1-'
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ll'TPil, IllH  O (I* ll'HH.
lil.(il(iih l.i.li r iti,..  Ji>'.ii'.-i   >--i\,
Uollt:ll lie .IV Uiil'.'tlilU, Ut," lit
Dated Miirculhh   lllll
Ciiuihorhiiid & ITmitM* ^Vatov
Works Co.,  Lni.
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Sprinkling:    will    he   nl lowed
only two niifhts  :i   week,  litiim-lv
'ri:''^i>;\Y 1U..I nn day. ru.-Mi
7 tn H iiVhit'k in '.lit! i'V(��iiin;;.
l/'uky ti'j^ niii-i  I
!:', ntlfr,
Anv 'di'mii1'' "r :id<li!l'iii.- tn (->'��� j
1 i-jjin'r ttiitiii.' nui.'.t    I.i'   . JU.i'l'oiUtd i
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OEALEDTKNDEUS (tddnmiod to the
���^ undur.iiytitiil, nml ouilor cd "'lYiulor
fur Whufniid two Appn nclu'H i\t Pi ne
llupirt, I'..V��� will bo ri'ci'ivod until 4.1)0
P.M.,on Mt.ndiiy. Suiituiubtr '.'J), 1911, f. r
tliu ot'iiatritulimi ol ix Whiirl auil t*n
ApproiioluiH nt Prinoo Humuit, QuaruuUno
Stitimi, f)'n!' y IhIuivI, f>,x'.
I'liiim, hiit'Ciliciition !iud   fiinu nf   con-
tncti oan bo m>��ii nnd formi of Lcndo- o >
t^iiual nt tli h Dnpiiituwul u'nd nt tho ullU
l'umoIU.A. luufur, Khi| ,  Dinti k*V Ku|(i-
o��r, N��v U'o-tmi thtttr, U.U., uuihn ii|i|b
Olll (111 tO till! I'oMllllMHlUl-il A). I'lillOJ 111 |h It
Illlll V'O Ol'ill     11 0.
I'oiKuiiHtoiidu inn umnotilUid tlm'; tnul
ir�� will i.it. bo eoiiH'ulnii-d milo h iniulo un
tho pi-iiiUi.l hriiH fiuppliijti, ai.d Hi��iit(l
With ilnii- u'tuiil rijjiihiut-uii; Hlat-uu thoir
OJOtiputlnllH Illlll plllCOtl (it   I'lJlii-OI co.       In
tho luno of liniM, th ��� uo uni tifpiature, tlm
imtiiii) ��f tlioi(!oi.|,iur.ii ninl ijiiHMiof rohi-
doiiijo fl' uAth inoii.tia' of Hut iirm mint bo
aivui,
Ktoli ti'itdi i- inu.t lio iivi-...ni|utiioil by uu
towopiod nt (Mj.iiu i.u a dluuuful biiitU, i;iij>
illilii to Hi.? oritur ol'too lltmuurablo ill1
Mi hur if 1'itb ij W-'rlcf, oijual n> kii ptr
I toiil-Ilu |M .,   .f ��' .,,'.   ...    '.: '.  .f'l'.i  tilldi-l'i
XI i.'i i,  li J! '.    fn', !i i f-\ \* -\\>\ \U>iMt\ HtlKI-
urinj,' t'l-tl i.�� t" c..tor lino .u onlf'tut wlinu
cal ed vp li t.�� do'o, or f.il  tu   tiuinpktu
Uiii worn o irrmi.(til lor.   If t'lottii dor it-
not mx'cplnl ho iit.cniHi will lio loluiutd.
'Iim Drpiti-,iii(;iil if!.,-, -j.iv i'.K.'.  ; :"" '���-
ncuijit tho low��*t nr any toiuli-r,
Ily order.
It. 0, UBSUOUHWW.
Si-vr.taiy,
iW   , ll- puninciit ill Pnhlio WnikH,
! I'V-ii vs , ,'��.���{,> i-.'i. '..',, .'.''li.
I    l��i'A',.)ii|icr* v* ill not bu pixt for lbi< ad-
U-lnii'il  t(t j u,,|) ,,.,-.,,,)<. jf U.(.y lM-cit It, Wlti'.'J'.t. ilwUi-
nttly tr ni thf 1> i> i iiHiit.
SAY WARD LAND DIBTUIT.
DNtrict of Haywiirtl.
TAKE  N'OTIOE lint   Willium
OaMwcll, of ! tin'iirk, Out, ii)ii\ii|jj
tnun,. inlwiiiU to npply fur per mis
uion to purchase tin following (iu-
acr.hed lnndii:���Ctitrjiwotieins:  :vt u
pout plimiKl til'lhii'nuriiiwtst iortu'1'
of Lot 41)0, Citrriii|.',ioii  Itav,   Buy-
ward District, thenc,,) Mlowiiitf tho
norlli linnndiiry of o'<  d(,)0 tt.ihlocly
for "-JO   ohnins,   tlieiu-n  north 20
ohuiiiH, thonco wo.-Mo tho ^iinrti line
ihonoo nitiihwo^tiiiy ai.d fu lowing
tl ocli'iiti liiioio tins point of '.'oiw
n.onccnti'iil, t'oniiiininj.! 1i��hh ihnn iii)
iici'tif,       \Vii.iii.\M O.vi.nwKi.i.,
,) im. .Mntif.ou, i\f,ai\t
Ditiud Koh. 28th, 11)11,
SAVWAUD J*ANI>rlJIJ'.'JniOr.
Dlnti-iot of S/iytviurJ.
TAKK in.tii.ni tlmt Sidney lkuiomnn, nt
VaiH-oiivor, ll V., n O'liauio, iutt'i-di t"
npply for ptriniRmoii t 'iHirolin.-ii) tho f.d-
liiiritis,' (lo'o ibfd Jiiin:n: ���
(Ji'ini)innci:i:r nt n jidhI. idin tul at the
Hfiuthwont corner of int I>5-'. ilionou mmUi
"   ty'i   ;.l...t,. ���      th   ,	
SAYVyAllli LAND DISTHICT.
1) Btrictof Sij-wurd.
TAKK NOTrClUh.it A-tli.v Roivland
lluit, of Viituii'iivor, ]t,C, tniiirtpori-. i'!!"i t,
iiitoiulB to itpiily for pcrmiOfiilim to piiret.tuo
tho fdllou-iiiu doai'iibtdltiiiiHi���Coniinoi o-
iug ut n tint, plnntod nt tho t<"uthi-nHt nor-
nor oflo'5111, oi iho north ��� boundary of
loVl)47, IhoiiU'.t nt" Mi SO olm.ii-.il, ��� Uu noo
oitht ,7i> t'haii.H   tht'iicr  h.with KO chuiiut,
tllUI O'JiM.'Hl 17) Ollllili'l t'> p-'illtof flOIIIIIH'I'CO
iiiont, cnntuinii-R 000 u(.vo.��, nn.ro nr lnaa.
AllTlltlll Kovvi.anii I'.iwt,
Huliort Ibiitry CliCBtiiut. il^nr.
Datod Muruh 7III, P.I 11.
w *j*viiM��itiMit.itvttWM#( ..**���<*+��� *��ta**^na - aft* -.**Mmti fc��**��%/.***
SAVWAUD I.ANi) DISTRICT.
District of Siywurd,
TAKK NOt'KvK lliatf<i.ni'iol llesiMiutn,
tif Vrinoo .ver, U.l',, niii'liiiii', iniondit to
apply I'ii* iMnviuitni m piiitiiiimi ihu lol
lo��vi'|tik'H0 ilinl lnnd ii���tyimi.i ntu. ii i.t a
pud p'iinui! at tho Hniith u-it oiMiiorit lob
fi.'Wi thenco nut I(1(1 oli inn, IhoMJi) mu.Ii
4(1 chaivm, theiiuo wo. t, 7fi elian a (mon' or
itmslUi'inv n i-'li 6 o'ltoiiK, thciiio ' wc��t
,K5 ohuiiiH, t'lontii i.orib !irt chiiiim to jmlit
i of c-)iiiiiuM-v!MU"iit, noi.t��lninu 15(1(1 no o<,
ItUIIC Of ll> l', HXMUI'.I,  Hl'.AHMAN,
���Ht)bi��it lloni-y tllitm-iiiil, t*tcut
Diitod Mnroh 8th, Pill.
.HAYWaUI) LAND DliSTIMCT.
VXt'-i ���.'���!���[ n{' Q..\ I'W'i I'd ,
TAKP i ono- f\\<\\   Vr.it-oo* ltr-ti t��iiim,
wifimf VV. P. Ptoiiiihii!'.,   nf Vnuom vor,
H.C. IntoivU to imply  for  porinicHion to
j iiuichiico tho follnwhifj (lopovlbi'il Und :���
,yl u.iitiun, i.nt."t.i- i- !
,i.���l;..S!KJ;,w.J, Ibi-. <->*! *��� <'���"���'"'.   ��'" '
plnuu (,f (i.iiiii.t'lHHi.Miit   '.���(���nUiii.iiiK   (MO1
iicro.', tnw<* t r \r��*.
.SjDNIA' lllIAHMAV, . ,,���,,;,,��������� ,11U ,w ,..h	
ltulj -i-t, Henry (.'mutimt, n;i��i,t. I i'���nim,.���tiino; ut iv \ml i��lauto.l .��(i ohnhiH \
,.     I    ,     r im        \
|)i.|.Ptl Mliri'ir.'lll,  li)l�� ��� j Wli-l ill UIO Uni in-.ri. iv.i.n   ->.    * ��������   ���"���>.
thtiiicii oa.t 1-0 nh-tlim, t'tomii mmth   -10
oh'inii, tliciVH w��'..t  120 <hvt.H,   thoi.co
SKYWARD LAND DWrWOT
DlrtlrictofSnj'Wii'd. | ;   t.i���dw to point ,f con mono- moul,
TAKK notioo il��l Nnurti..   .I��r��.... ��f: ,,,0 i01     U)im, or, H,
Vnnuo'.vor,   It.' �� .,  H|i.'4.r,  n.tdinl.i !������
..I,, t. ������ ..  r> ii��|.' II I" M.h'l'.'it."   tile    fil-
��� i i. ,-���  i '��� i-
lowing doRfri'nd intitl.1-;
l I'lllllf llll.llf  ���'' ������ ��    ���     I
S< uthc.-mt cornor i f l��! '''^ <iiM.cc to>,:l>
iSo.-.i'.i'H, I''.*'' <"i '���'���"'   ��� ''    -"''"'���^ ��':'��".<������<
lllAMl.l P,COl'(.IIAM.
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Lfi-nb mi i-h.-.i-M. tlio.-.''- "''���' "'���' < '<
y,��litl <4'   i! '!"'.<       ""   t,   i:
i-in- '<iu i'W iitiC'* ot'-1" r '' !i-
; JV,\     f-ri.-  .Mill , it
lie''-.-ii. !<���'<> Cb.ktu it,
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W'-<iffi'S*l\r!..-.  fit tut }?-i>V.ii   lm-nfUt.
pc;/>  -P'ii-r. ���,'���,-:. ....... y , -��� ��� --U
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i\ !'..{,,nift',1,:, ;. t   ,.!',,; '.'.-v..:- ��.
;'!',{.,.���> ,.  .11, Mil'. ]\J< eltj'f -lH'f'-.lf   !������������    ..'.I
fi��.-t!��l   \,;C\,:.f    <....--.  i..      f   ...   ,'.  '.'., ���' 'j'
-..�����l cii.i.   K^l Iv it!, iii-',: i.i I'll- ii-.:...-'t '���'
|i!-litl |.!i,T. Oil r."'����M ft !���!���(..:���,    S'rlfl-Ifmi' ii.-'
!,,   ���''    -III',-.      ~H<>,   Jfm'.if* '.'���.i.l'ltw'rtO   ti'>- IV  ''  -,'   ' > ..  it .  \\!\ w������m.^l-^**'^-^^l^���������*'*vJ-���������J*^'^.^^���������T'���������-'^^lrv^*^*J^*Yml"''^"^*J^'1*^*!*w*fc*f  Wi Cr^WWW-^'F'W^gW'MaWmmmrmitiiipmm>.mmmmr rmixm-m.au11��������� ��������� irtf  THE   NWS, "CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ^\^&BAnflBB������i!S  ;!;.<V  It  li       F.IaLc;3 Your EXPENSE3 Licht  1?     EltdUo Your BISCUITS ligfct  Ly    Maka* Your CAKES Light "^jPtfsa  ^      Makes You:- EUN3 Light    ' J^T  ���������iii-'i������.i'iift'H'i<ii.>  - ���������������      -      ���������^^<i>llt*'"U*������V*������*>^*^'^T^frrVlV������>r' ���������.*��������� %^i-*������-w,--hi-   a^tm^*m\fTm-^f.m   -*--*v *-������<r*>������-������, ��������� fSMrW*  IV-   =     .tSi������_ .'J:  ?A E-W.C|liETrCO.iLTD. I ffi#4  to '*?  IS  The Courtenay Hotel  . Every convenience fur guests.  The. Oential 2-Jotc-l for Sportsmen "  No.ip. bul the 13e.-t of Wines and Liquors  -ll ilie Bar.   ,  RATES REASONABLE -  NOTiCii ii> liorrby given ilnt on tbo fimt  ���������lay of DcJi'i'ibrr'.nix*. f-pplisatinn will be  iiiadu to the iStiueriiupudcnt of rrovi.iual  l\)]ice. Vision i, for tlio rv'uewal of tlm hotel' lioocse to siill liquor? by retail iu thn  hotel. kti'oV-n a* th--- Port AucuMa ht.t^!. hit  natt-d at 0'>'<>ox. R.C\   .Ions C Cj-aiience  Daicd Oct'ibev 3 1911.  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.  .���������Having bmls a Uigo waiehwise and mil.  Hi Conr.i-nay, 1 will ia fu-.nro liofip on  burnt a sloe!: if all linds of Hay, Grain,  nnd Foecl lit lowest .niaiket rates. A  specialty will bo mado of ro'ler crushed  fopd f -r burs ������ wbicn vill mal e a saving  of nue thirct in tlm co.t of bed. Ordois.  givoii the toamsts-r or by phone v.ill bo  promptly filled. Thni,kiinj yon for your  natr.unno'iu iho pt st and HolioinnK aeon  tiiiiiAiicoof tht/pii-uo o:i broidtr lints, 1  beg to rcn.ui.i  ��������� Yours tg command, .  . .,    UYRON CiUV/FOUD.  UNION S. S. CO.. Qf B.C. Ltd  in  John Johnston,   Frop  $Xii&Jri*Xm\\ZTm-tiM*^  Will  ?if-B   <fiU������  *> .8  **fK>*  [/JOHN McLEODS  FOR KIRST-'JLA.SS  CANDY, FRUITS,  010 A RS A TOBACCOS  IF YOU WANT  PS PfiiSTIHfl  GIVE US A TRIAL  N.ISAIMO Usion  P. ay- Comox - CaMI'BELL  Kiviiit KiiUTH,  Saili if,' as in.do.-���������-  Twin-K-rcw K-.eauRr 'CWVICIBX"  L'.'iivis V.-ukoumm' Ti.u wlny'd p.m.  ,  Amko Uni.m  (lor Cn itl.ediiiui^  Friday  iniiriiin/f  Ativoh 0 mux Fi-id.iy mtirniisj  Arrivo Oaitipbell River IMJii) n<on  Iteturniug  Lv     Comox   Frid ���������>' -1 i> '������  " Union lUy''     "   5    "  ���������' NauhIh.0 ii.idni^ht  Loaves Vtt.oonVBr, .Sntnrditv S y \n  ArnvoB N.rii'imi),   Siiiun'iiy  1- p tu  Arrives Union, Sunday li ii in  [lOf l.lHll'j-.tl-ill.-l  Acrivtf; Ot mox,   Minibiy 8 a m  l'.o'tirniiij;:���������  JiCiiYoa ro'tti'x. ^niidiiy '1 p m  I.e'tvos U'i'-i.j suniliiy 5 p ni  TiUivat Nutiinno, iSnnday jtt'dipbs  [.Sii'ijop.ii o un.tii^H witiiou: io act]  LU  ���������z.-. 'T-'-'-hitf?'- -.- ~ ���������      1 -  ���������'  I'  ll-   M?  t   ���������     St  - *i W i  K|M      i  ii  Q  c  o  ci  <  -a  o  o  ���������>  r-*  CD  CO  c<5  ri  C  m-m,  Ui  ���������J)  .-* 4~J  (������������������ f->  r* m-  -' XI)  ������������������) ���������' <V|uj  ��������� 00   U -^     w  o [!2i  k. p*  QQ 3  ���������fl  CD"     v.  s. . ������������������ u, -  ��������� ���������������'��������� "S-  ^  ,|! "V.  t*"T*A trl-4 Cm  bo  c  It will interest you to   &  know that you .can obtain *������J ���������"   OHiW^/V./,  the celebrated line of "Fit- # |j j 111 u^������P^?i  rite" tailored clothes      Jf  at this store.   'When" c&sss? ^||   ���������%������  yoy'buij these "better ^HH  than custom-made" "^  garments you arc sure of obtaining the  newest styles and ideas in men's wear-  not extremes, but smart, clean cot garments. You can get them at a moment's  notice and see what they look like before  you leave the store. You are sure of perfect fit in every detail, for they are made  not only for the average man. but to suit,  every variation from the normal.  Eillier enll at theatoroor send ua a past cord bearln^-your  nam.) nnd adrfrc-s, nod we'll iiiva youn opy of lh-j " Fit-  rite Stylo Fo eenst" coutnuiiwg iho 'atom umfj of fashion  tendencies for the coniina Fall nad Winter.  j   CAMPBELL  BECS,   V  DUNFMUH! AVE        CUMHi-Id-ANj", Ii C  |i   fii m**voicttsxm*m:--&^ii.>ma-f������^  rm,-vrf*if-ximxiviri-?s-fm*m~^ tt*: ���������CTgm^ji^miiPr-arivasmiagsaiEagig.ii-  mmn  ������in>������ i*   i   '"iTry  f-^V^^Sm^*  DEINE  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu   meals.  nuuaKlU'wuw v i\lI:j  cohyribht,    CKiVlPcv-"'';''N  APK.t.s������     ���������CD\->J  HERCULES Stump Pullers  FOE   SAL3   BY      -'    -  Walworth=Rolston Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,   ::"-, Vancouyer, ;B������ C,  fi  6  -=... ^  HWlll  /���������..J   ���������'���������    ,  -i.    r-/  5 c*  Uh  'S  o  rSl  <f].������^������^5^^H^J,'t-H"H'''"<M"S,'I'''J"!'''?<  0<^<j>/><i>4>^^<>'$.<>^-0'C><r<$>'4l'^00<J>f  c-a^ituiriiva'i^i^-iWJFrffia^iiffir^ij^^  m  -\>-*J  L <J      U..li|V LWi.UlJw.!.       SuiWn       I'J     ,|!<!    t,..,.������,. "     -r-y*  F.-M1TB  v'c v.'-iil nnH TVc'D-ii'.ly T^'fvviuco  \.���������-,'���������������������������[- till Bcp-^-"1.-'^' 2-3 ti)T.i;.v n^roiij  in O.'v.viidu r?jl;Mflo tho di:; ol Van-  !"? .���������       cinvver, fer ���������������><:;>.  L;l:.:,.*I.i ^.,:'.'Ct:.v:j.4.i i���������0i7i/-^;.;^^ il  /' . Iii  <:���������;  "i. ,���������--"���������':. '���������>'i *  ..M.."..'!..,,," ^.Umi*ifm.t.ff.litt  Denier in  ALL KINDS OK  |t> ���������*t  ������ ,.*M������4.*+������W*-I   lJM%*fl  i-: /cliiv/ ���������f.E.tcll^u'iMy tfco i:.'0'v:^ cf c-icSi pwt7.  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  candv/iches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  gjaRoangncMDdioEii  f^MXimt*Mvnmmjw^^L,vt-v.^--.-mt m***x.-,-rnnMM*nm-iwn.  RUPERT LAND UISI'IIICT  District of Rupert  TAKE riotic." ilutl Gnulinor Al-  i-xninier.Briidy"Spencer nf Ali������ii|C(ia  Onl , occiipiii'ion plum tier, intends  :o npuly for..r<?rmi������"ion to puvchuse  ibefolloivinu det'iiriliod lu'ndr :~  Oiimmi-nciiif; at a pom pluiiiod  ihi'iit. 30 chiiinw went-of,.thu wurli  orbi cnriior of Sec'.iiin 24, Township  ���������2.1, iIkmioi.) wi'.st' 80 chtiiim. thenco  uou-I'i 80 chiiiin-, thenoo eii'Bt 80  chniu?. ilx'iics tmrih to Fouth 70010  of Wolf Luko thencii wnfiody nlonp  i-outli i<lior������ to \vunr i-ml of lake,  ilusnfo (<ftf������f nlong north shorn uho'ut  ���������10 fhiiliii*, iliL'iioi; norlli to place of  i:oinn.up.co.i)')nt, I'-outiiining 4U()  :\oi'it- moro or Iccb, ���������  Soiibciloti pofl.G.A.H.S.'s N,K.  cornor.  CiAUnSKU  AMiXANDKB BltADV  Dun Clnrk. Agont  Dated Doomher Mill, HIIO.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Dla'.iict of Rup������rt.  TAKK not c������ Kilt Fndon Mne 1t*i-ton  of Vauci.uvM-, K. ('. 1 ccii|-'fU-<>n Widow,  i loinU in iipt-i.v f r i,.t;r 1 u i-.ii i.i. jmr-  ohaao the fniii wi' ^ il hinib ti Im d : 0 m  m-nntiif! nt 11, u pat ijlantod iil-.ont ci"i>  milo noi tli ami 40 c'n.tii s <a������t ui lhe S. E.  coruer of Seo iin.-i, T wmhip 8, the'ic<-  11 ��������� r h 80 ci.niii't, thence uts-- 80 clui p,  tji'o'.co fcotit 1 30 c .ain-,   tliei.ee west fali  -ohllint'iO-plHuUDUUOililUiiUCOUiOUt^COljttUl.  ins: Gil) nurt'H. m r������ i-r l*cs.  j    Hcribed ��������� n po t, EM L's S.W. cornor.  I Endura Mae Lreson,  U PERT  LA.NfD   DISTRIOT  .Disiiict of Rupert  TAKE notu ������ that lioi ireni JarnoB  T-iekfr of Vanciuvi-r, B. C.   occu-  pution Plxpic'".* Manager intends to  to npply for peirn'Ftion to purehyfa  ile   full   Aisig  de.Trihed   landi>:���������.  Comn1    cinj.*   nt   u   yiM   \ilanled  abo'-'���������M O-chainu-wi-s^of-the- s^uU:-  pa    corner of Section  24, Township 21,   thenco   \vvnt   80   chfdnev  D-nUUik. Ajjeiit.   ,  , .   c/,   ,   .       .  Dntsd Docenil-or llth, lSi������. Iho.ice touth bO cliRUis, thenco eah&  80 chain?, thence, \101th  80 chaina  10 piuco   1 f  coiiiinenccment,   con-  tninii.R 640 acre? more or li'Sti,  Scribed on po*t NiB.1 T'sN.lw  Hethtium Jamks Ta'K>:k,  Dun Clark.^gent  Da ted Decemher Hih, 1910.  UL'PKl'.T LAND DI-TUlCr  Distnot or Ri per*  TAKE 7-OTKR thnt Adelaide Ehter  Oarlc IV-wii, of Brnokfie.d N. Y.,  married woman, iutoiulu to apj^ly f. r pm-  miaaion to purchaio tito fjllowsLR d( unfilled liitids:���������O-immfUO-MB nt ft [tout p!.iiit<>d  ut soil th weat eorrcr of S-otion 1 !>, To������n-  sh'p 9, theueo north SO uhniui,, thanca  caiit80ohairiit, thi������nec iouth 80 chains,  thence weet 80 cH.-iina to' place of commen-  inent coiitniuing 040 ncro* more or less.  Suiibeil mt pirns A.E.G.IVh S.W, cor  AllELAIOK KSTtitt CbARK UUOWN.  ������������������.-',. Dm tliarli, agj-nS'  Da'od Decou.lJer 10th, 1IH0.  WK������.^-������By������*TrT,ilWIW1.������������Wf.'l'mil���������Cl'IWaM  ������������������*������������������<���������������<���������'��������� mttmn  maaammmmm mamamm*m^mmm*mmmmmmp*aMi  i Fruit, f-ndy igars |  I Cigarettes'& Tobacco.  ^ llonova Hlock,  $    .'HjMm*,RI,ANl.\ JI.0.  .1 *><si*f><t<r*o*y4 ^���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������4nw  ��������� *������*-^*n',''i<?t���������'������ti'rw"������,������������ft;t������,)v,1inv.,i  f*\  if.  V  ,.m-.i.i,".....������*.������,.'*.^a^������li*.������i'*" ''^V'.  lit.  *m  FAIRFIELD   g  t*m  -.*-** ������*.     rr������'l )U**-m..t*    TgW  STORE, .-r 8  ^^^^^.^^^.fc/i^yV^tt'ft^lrVA*  **)  '$P     u.-n-ta**l*fH  f ,T.  JAf'K',   Vnov. ;'S  $     A Vine Assortment of    \l  3|      the Choicest Cambcs,  *",':      1      ���������  Ull i"l li'l 1.1  nil*. 1      i i;.-.iVi.y  (J.  *  (������  3      V ancouver Ice Crenm.     f>  .r.t W  av '^  i?J Ihinwnuir Ave.   Ciiium-i-lmil ���������}������  *  ;:V,Sttttfat'" .'.?i,'.?)\*'$'#V'*#vis$-V*i*''m  16  n  0  m**1'***4  tea'J tcrwa Kop������ t-.Jiiapoua������*, <  m  t... 111  "a  w ^> -3 8  X   mi    S O  ts -1 t3 .jj  ���������f, W ^ q  "I    "^   -1 *<  --.,                       Ill Cl       .   M  ^ C          ���������  >. j_.  o a, 0  5 ������'fi *  f  o m. i.i u y  ^   .:  rt ������   ������  -i   ,1  m ���������"   3  !i a IS  S" '��������������� (s! ��������� ������ .������  - x '��������� ��������� J ^  s    ��������� a **��������� '0  '      fe'    w 5    L  ;r   * M r  "  W :; " k   i  *   ������ v. ���������-  <   .' o&   '1  .     r *     f,  r.     1 1  ., X. 1 f*  ff,                  f ������������������    'T*  O    .' > M   *  H   - A .9.   /  ���������i     **    V O)    m  **���������  5 u ���������-' '"  M   1}   P "3  ������  ���������2  rt  I  P.  U  s  p-  0  0  i>  NOTICK  Any poi'Hun or pm-ous, cutting.  I'l'iiii'V'inn or tukinjr nny hlnck.-,  tiinhoi' or wood, ol'iiny doMirijitiodi'  'lolotigiiio to llio Welliiijurtou Colliery Co'y.,' orfi'oni or off tlio lnnd  of the Htiid Comjiivny, or unyoni'  tijijiin,;,' rubbish of any dcsc.riptioii  nnywhere upon lhe eninpniiy'i-  laiiil will ho presented to the full  oyti'tit of the Inw.  W. J,. COULSON,  fm j  Wellington Colliery Cn,ji.  llUI'lll'.TI.ANDDlfmiKT  Dull iri of HilpOit  TAKE NOVICE tli.Uin������t)H llriultiliiiw,  of Emioria, l-'luri'ii. cnrpuuliV, intoini  to ni'ply for pi-rini-WK" i> utirohii'o I'm  follt.\viii({ ilcimrilii'ti liihi'������!���������Comimno ix<i  it n po������t (iiini ' il'.! iinlin'wi-Kt nf tlm 8,10.  corn-1-ni .Sou i li 'if, lowiiHliip 2o, Mu-iicc  imrlh H) ell-i p. tli-i)p'i   ivint (i'i uliai-K,  tllMIOti  HOiJlll   '40 oIliliiH,   llllilli*) n������rt  ������l)  oIiahh to pliiui������ tf ciiiiiini'iici'iiionfc, con-  taiiii u U-1-*  iu*:<o iri'-re or lest.  K'ribeil on pot. .1 IVh H.V,. conur,  Jamiw liiujmiiAW,  Uiiu Clark, illicit.  Dlili-tl I)a-..'nib<>i- liHIi, K)10.  KUPKUT. LAND DISTRICT  District of Rnpert  TAKE notice ihat Richmond  Chftile* lYtrfx of Vancouver, B. 0.,  Broker intends to ������)>ply for per  miwon to purnhnyo tlie following  described hindFi-ConiniGnchig ut  a pout planted 11L ^   post   bwtweon  ftccti'Mt 18k, Townnhip'9, ami Sect  ion 13, Township 20, .thenco wost 40  cluiinf.  thonco   t<outh   40 chnipp,  llx-nco wu������l. 40 chnini*, thenco iouth  80 chalm-; il.enw t������rtbi  4.0   cliftiiiH,  thonco norlh 40 cliiiinp, thp������ir������ cnH  'lOchninK, ilu-nco north 80chnini* to  p ncoof coiMHoncorwwt, conlniuinji  640 iicrt'K nioro or Uw>:  Scrihed on po,������i V.CWa N W cor.  Uichmomo C'lT.VItJ.i:**  Uiw.  Dun Chirk, n������*int,  Dnlcd Docembor19.il, 15)10.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT    ,  ,    -'DiBtrict of Rupert  TAKK notice   that   Mnrgue:;'e  Leitch of Vancouver, B.,.0.,'.occupation Ea!ci������larly, intends to apply  for pormiReion to nurchai-o the following iloHcrihod land*: -  I    C'immoi.cina at a- pont  pl.in.-ed  (at thii north btnt-i corn< r of Socion  34, Township ?.0, thu'nce weM 80  chain*,   thonco   Kouth 80 ���������*tains,  thonco qaa't. 80 i;hair,������, tlnvuv; iionli .  80 chains to place of comnwi.oc-������*  .-  mont, oontuining 640 flow, r;\,;ro  or Iom.  Scribed dh poirv M.L.'k N. K ot.i-  1 iMABatJkmTit'lKrtcHt  Dan.. Olirk,'���������A;iW-.  Dated Docomhor 16th., 1910.  UUI'BUT IiAKI) DIATRIOT  H���������������������������riXi (������f Itupirt.,  TAl'B NOTIOB that lMward Dvko,  of Hii nhamton, NY. cau<)limtn,inlfti c!������ to  apply for rerralHaion to purohiuo tho fol-  luwii'ir dnsorlhod Inndn:���������Cotnmeaoinn^ at  ii p. i-l ulmitmi 2 inilna wt������Ht ot tlm  i on ti. cnat cornor of Motion. <li, To^iinhin  V0t ihotioo \vot������t SO chaliiH, thonoo woutli  KG i'i man, thonoo cant 80 ohtlni, tu.nca  notih 80 uluinu tu placo otcomuiaustincut,  iont<iuini{ 01U noroH, moro or Ihhi,  8tsi ibotl on punt KD'h N.K. enrnor.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Distriot of Rupert  TAKJ3 notico tha' Edna HAfcv  Sponcorof Al*.mod������, CmI,, miininv  wimnn, iiuftiidn to apply fr-i )m\-  micfion lo pttrohnro tlm following  daoorihrd litiulu:���������  Commencing at a po������t p'nmcd  al thfl HOiith wopt oomor of Sor-'ior.  2 Town"hip Iil, thonco oa.n >'.d  chfiinc, tKcnco noith 80 chriin*.  rhoi .in ww������ HU t-fiitlm;, tJ.o������n;rt������>.ir.l'.  80 chainH to plnco oi oomon c<  moot, tuintaining 040 ucro^i !ijuie ('���������  leSiH.  Scr,'1"' on poet K.F.i-.'      \V,v.<ir,  Vds.\ Ym-rn i^"'^^ .t">  i������.'o (';.���������.-'.. .'* .-.(.-.��������� ,  Da toil rioi-urntw !'''���������!    1'"^  noth;e.  nUl'KHT LAND   PISnilOT KnwABiiUvufc  | Di, Mr.,   of   Km,crl '|,Mfll, TWnW ..m^^'"1' Xi"'  TAKK ������."'������������������������' thai l>"!b UrnoltB.  ol Vniu'.t nvif. 11. C. v'."rricd  wt.mun, in end* lu upii'y f 'f p������r-  nii!'i<m to i������nrotii''������ iK> f> |lt'\viii<<  dcrcrihud. Iil;t*i-: </'iiliii)it".o.iii^ at  P"i phittfd at th" i'onlnii7l ior  ntr of ^a-ti-'ii HO, Toivnsh'p '.).  thoi Cl: omi-i Hil i-H1.1ii������. i hi-; i o smith  j      RUPKKT LAM) lili'l i'.J������,i  I PiMi.icl of Rnp*rt.  J? *y of Vhik-oiuoi', ll,C .nuirr'td ivoni. ..  O. H TARBFI I  ^k *.**^ii..*jwi.������,.-'���������������**<-rnrnfm.  % '- ii-.t������-nili������ lo ni-; lv for ������������������������ rit.i-'-ior, '.<  |Mir.-!niui th..- ii)i!*������nii.;- <!' ?r\lin  liitvl-:  I \*\ii'-i.  -:  ci ^  r*  I      si  rfV^r^?|,/r':,,^;:'';';l(j';;iu1i W-H ",       -7*  '/*!���������', *'��������� !>",'.-'''YI<tl'''T!V>t.?riW'.-" .ll'.lMt'Oll.Cl'.*.   J    '        '  ���������   ���������   -��������� I 1;  i\i* -'.������**'.'���������' ti-T ���������'������������������������������������������  '-'���������'-'* ��������� '-*"���������<*���������' ff*'!-!-: ���������;  */! .  "'       *. 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'In  t.. .������,.������������������'���������.        v   i,i!,,,    .    ,,        'i \\. j  | Mun-.X^-pl  <;.!...:..������.������������������    I, i-O-'i-yl.,,.,,.,, ,,..,���������(.,.. ),,,  .-'i;i-th.'d on i'o-l !���������'. IT   N. W   r.ir.  |Jl',].l,V   l.li.ti'KS  Dao Ci.ui', Ai.iJ.il.  lhtvd ^''cimb'-'r liio, it������:b'.  JV,ll;;; 'il-d.        Kilt!..") ���������'.'������     ' I-'     ���������-������������������  h-  't'i'. 1    ��������� I." TV, 1-if;; I   if ;. !', H;il;!    :-,i[ll-  U-t- -��������������� <!��������� ������  y<������     r       f.' i r'������ <v\\������  c,t.-noi.!l Mnti,?'/rr������  HIGH GRADE STOVB J i^^i'r^'v  AI..I mt KrrCKt,N..UTliNbiLb J \X Township 21. thonco mxVr  lichainp,   th������iif#   wo<;l    SO tl.  C*.���������������.**m~f.m.f. f������*������J������    I|tUriKii   Hiiiin Sti chainp.   '4-  hportsmens boons i ^-< ���������������> th*.-.* ������������!>)������������. .4������.  General Hardware V  THE   NEWS,- CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Why let frat headache spoil your day's worlt or -pleasure >   Tmtta  25c. a Box at your druggist's.  Guaranteed to contain no morphine, opium or other poisonous drags, by tha    30  N*lkm*l Drus mnd Chemical Comp������i������y of Conttda. Limited        .        ���������"'.���������   ���������        . Montreal  SOME HUMORS OF ERIN  RAMSAY   COLLES   TELLS   A   FEW  STORIES OF IRELAND.  The Jtrvey  Is a  Mark Twain  In a  Small Way and His Retorts Have a  :f  Quaint    Insinuation    That    Often  '   Earn* Them Money���������How the "Red  Earl" Knighted Davy Stephens, the  y NewoVendor���������lrving'*  Way.  ,' Although not always a wit. the aver-  ago Irishman is usually a humorist���������  if unconsciously so at tiules. The  story which Sir Robert Ball, the astronomer, tells of the jarvey who was  sent to meet him at a railway station, and who ultimately apologized to  Sir Robert for keeping him waiting,  adding, as an excuse, that he had been  told to look for a "distinguished-  looking gentleman," is fairly familiar  to most of us.  And Mr. Ramsay Colles, in his de^  lightful bock entitled "In Castle and  Court House" which comprises his reminiscences of thirty years in Ireland, supplements,, this story with one  or two others which illustrate tiie  liumor o' the Man in the Street ^in  the 'Emurakl Isle. , 'sl:  i "It is ten to one," says Mr. Colles,  ���������"that the first car-driver one strikes  'on visiting Ireland is as truly ahorn  jhumofist as was Mark Twain. Sir  ;George Moyers was fond of telling a  'good storey about a jarvey who used  ���������to drive him to Glengarry at night.  ;Onc cold night Sir George, having  ipaid' the fare, handed the jarvey a j  glass of whisky,-and on being given  Ibaek the empty giass, said, 'Well,  |Pat, isn't that good whisky?'  ��������� " 'Begorra, yer honor,' said honest  iPat, '1 forgot to taste it!'  i "Another jarvey, on being asked the  same question, replied, 'faith, it's  anade a new man of me, and shure  he's thirsty, too!' "   "  Another jarvey story concerns a callow youth0 who, having successfully  jqualified' at one of the great military  Schools in England, was sent to Kicli-  imond Barracks, Dublin, to commence  iriis career as a soldier. On arriving  in that city he took an outside car  'and  uirecied tne driver to  tne- bar-           ,)  ftimseil;   "you   can  nave   wJiich  yon j  like.'   O'Hea chose a photograph, and |  then,  as   he  was takng  leave,  said, {  'Will you add to your kindness, Mr.  Irving,  by signing this photograph?'  " 'With pleasure,' said Irving; aad.;  taking up a pen he wrote across the  foot of the photograph: 'To my very  dear   friend    '   He   paused,   and,  turning to O'Hea, asked in the charming manner which all lovers of Irving will recall with a sigh, 'What  name did you say?' "  Peer and His Treasures.  Lord Farquhar has kept his sixty-  seventh birthday. He was Master o!  King Edward's Household iri 1901,  and his lordship is an accomplish-*!  musician, most of the leading musicians of the day having been entertained at Castle Rising. . He is also  a consummate judge of antique furniture and decoration, and has mado  a special study of the eighteenth oen-  tury French. ,,  Some of his most valued treasures  came from the boudoir of Marie An-  tionette, while he possesses a great  many of the most famous pieces irom  French houses of that period.1'  Chateaubriand's Early Struggle*.  A new discovery to** been made  about Chateaubriand���������nothing less  than that he once sold stockings on  commission. It was In 1790. when he  was sUll an officer in tne royal service. He bad a debt of honor, amounting to ������200. He wrote to a distant  relative, one La Morandals,'who manufactured stockings in Switzerland,  appealing for help on the ground that  lie must either pay that debt or blow  bis brains out La Mdrandals, Instead  of sending bim money, sent him 109  dozen /pairs of r stockings, offering him  a liberal commission if he would sell  them among bis distinguished friends.  He gratefully accepted the offer and  succeeded In disposing of the merchandise. There is reason to believe  thut,he managed to plant a good deal  of It on the stores department of his  own regiment.���������Westminster Gazette.  jfackl^   '   ~~-  . ; ^ '*" ������������������ ��������� ;---~   ~-  "Richmond Barracks, all right, cap-  lain," said the,jarvey, as he started  on a trip for waich the legal fare is  ���������sixpence, but-for which a shilling is  usually tendered. .,  "Wuat is the'iare?" asked the "captain."  ������������������-..>  "Well, colonel," said the driver  lagain, in a tone of voice which precluded the idea-'of auy attitude save  /that of profound respect tor the ox-  jalted person he was driving, "the  meanest of thim gives . hie half a  crown."  Mr. Colles also tells of how that  ,well-known personality in tliu newspaper-selling world, Davy Stephens,  fwho is practically the lirst person oue  Bees on landing at Kingstown, wm  knighted many years ago by Lord  Spencer. Hi3 lordship ���������was Lord,Lieutenant of Ireland at the time, and  the story goes that as Davy Stephens  on bended knee presented Her Majesty's representative with copies of  the Irish daily papers, the "Red Earl"  emote him on tne shoulder and jocularly exclaimed, "Arise, Sir Davy Stephens!"  There are a number of amusing stor-  lies, too, concerning other celebrities.  'One concerns W. E. H, Lecky, thu  great historian, who ono duy went in-  (to a second-bund bookshop kept by  one Michael Hickie. "Lecky came in-  (to tho shop with a volume he hud  ipjoked off the improvised shelf outside, and asked; 'what do you wnnt  /for that?" It wns a shabby-looking  copy of the Bible, Hickie pulled his  beard meditatively and snid, 'One  shilling.'  " 'It's not worth a shilling,' sni<i  tho man, emphatically, 'I'll give you  ���������ixpenoe lor it.'   '  "Upon thi-i Iliokic iiwokf, iui<i  shouted 'Get. out of my shop! Any  ���������inan who says thnt the word of Uud  is not worth a alulliug won't hi up  hero!'' Hickie wn������ not religious; hv  told .me afterwards that lie hud iiiU-  taken I.t'dky for a clergyman!"  "My Iriond, John Fergus O'llcii, thn  artist," snyh Mr, CoIUm, "told tun n  rather nmusing story of Irving,  "Whon Irving paid his lln-t visit to  Ireland he wn.i called upon bv O'llcn,  who wished to make soim- lightning  uketcheH of the groat actor, lli-vim.'  made a few tiiiiinbniiil purl rails,  O'Hea said;--  " 'May I nsk, Mr. Irving, if you  cnn glvo me n photograph? It uu-.y  assist mo in,, completing thorn'  nkotches,'  " 'Certainly,' replied Irving, prodm-.  ing n couple of dovn.-u tihotnuiiiKlis ol  The Clever Brahman.  Speaking of tlie great power the  Brahmans ln India possess in localizing tbougbt, a prominent Brahman  once said: "We would consider a game  of chess as played ln this country mere  ^hlld'BT)Iay������������������A:n~ordinBry" Brahman  chess player could carry on three or  four games at a time without Inconvenience. The usual gome played by  the Brahmans consists in checkmating  with one pawn designated when the  play begins. 1 tmve seen a man perform a long problem In multiplication  and division, at tbe an me time noting  the various sounds and discussions going on about him In tbe room. 1 hare  seen a man compose a triple acrostic  in Sanskrit in a given meter, at the  same time having three well versed  men trying to overthrow bim in his  argument on religion."  Somewhat Unfortunate.  "There are some times In my lif*  when I have felt that fate is indeed  Ironical," snld tbo man who was seldom troubled by his debts,  "Do you refer to any special ooca-  slons?" inquired one of bis oldest  creditors.  "One of them en me Inst week when I  wns In Cblcngo," said the cheerful  debtor. "I hnd a money order for  $25, and tho only person who could  Identify mo wn* n mnn to whom 1  owed thirty."���������Yon tli'������ Companion.  Contradlotlng a Pre verb.  "People can't expect to get..something for nothing." nnld tha ready  mnde phlloHophor, \,  "My Inndlord mnnnges It" replied  Mr. Growcher. "Uu makos mo sign  r contract to pny n "full year's rent  whether 1 live m his flat or not."���������  Washington Btnr.  A DUEL IN THE DARK.      j  The Unexpected Happened   When  the |  Englishman Fired. I  Among tbe less uuowu writers ot tbe  nlneteeutb century whs Samuel Itog-  ers. Ue kept open House and frequently entertained Dickens, Macau-  lay, Carlyle and-other celebrities ot  the time. Uogera was a notable wit,  but unfortunately his thrusts were not  always tempered with idnduess. Irving in a letter says: "1 diued tete-a-tete  witb him some time since, and he served up tils mends aa he served up his  bah���������with a squeeze or lemon over  each/ it was very piquant, nut It set  my teeth on edga."  This same cKustle flavor of his wit is  shown In a story tie was fond ot telling to the discredit of French valor.  A.n Englishman and a if ranchman  bttd got into a wordy squabble, which  led to mutual Insults and a challenge.  Nothing could save tbe uouor ot either  ot tbem but a duel.  But duels were not fought to ftllL  Even serious wounds were unpleasant,;  and a mere sxlrat'cu would answer the'  purpose much better. So that the antagonists mlgbt tinve a better chance  of missing otiKV h not tier they repaired  to a dark room.  Ail was In rendlncas. The signal was  given. Tbe Englishman, no less eager  to preserve his toe than hiinselt, groped to the open fireplace. Be pointed  his pistol,up the chimney and lired.  "And, by Jove," lingers was wout to  exclaim, "be brought down tbe itrencn-  manl"���������Xouth's companion.  ���������!���������  Reipeot Por the Aged.  "What's tho mntter, Miss DnUtn*  iionV" nskod tlio vlllngo wng. "You  j hover Inugh nt nny of my JoKps.'*,  1 "I hnvo boon tinigh* now to Innnh  I It tbo old nud docruplt"���������Chicago ttec-  Ird-Hornld.  IY  IS0UITS  ONE TIRED WOMAN AND ONE LITTLE OVEN  You have probably been thero yourself���������perhaps are right now..  Bright women all over Canada aro getting away from thia. They welcome MOONEY'S1 BISCUITS as a most acceptablo substitute fot  their own broad and biscuits. ���������  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  are the crispest, creamiest crackers mado.   Better still, they  are baked in Winnipeg ; right at your very door,     They  corno to you fresh as the product of your own oven.  You can have them in air-tight packages  or sealed tins as you prefer.  FOLLOWED THE DIAGRAM.  The Motoroar Tourists  Rewarded the  Man'Who Oraw It  An amusing practical joke which  was played by a Canadlnn farmer on  a party of motorcar tourists Is described ln Suburban Life. The farmer bad  drawn a diagram'to show the autotno-  bilists how to proceed through the lib*  tie known country.  "For rive uillps." writes the author  of tbe article, "'we followed tbe countryman's diagram and then cau������������ to j  a piece of road which was atrocious.  We climbed over stumps and in aud out  of ruts and gulleys. Urass grew in tbe  middle'Of this 'road,' showing how little it was used. At last we saw ahead  a little bouse just nt the edge of tbe  woods. We felt sure we were off the  rlgbt rond and decided to make Inquiries at the house.  Great was our surprise upon drawing  up in front ot the noiise to find our j  LET  MOONEY  DO IT  Wm  countryman, Dislvl~te~ShdTeverarchil^j  dren out ln tbe middle ot the road to j  meet us. Thpy all looked at tbe car  witb wondering eypa, and tbe smallest  child bung to ripr raotbefs skirts and  bowled with fright Tne otb������T children tied to the house and peeked out  of the window.  "Our friend ttu������ countrymnn said:  'Well, I most run my horse to dpnth to  get here before you did. I wanted tbe  kids to be sure nnd see this critter.  They never Raw one before. I'm much  obliged to you. nnd now if you wnnt  the rlgbt road you'll tin ve to pull back  two miles to the road where you turned In and go straight aneadl'"  Toe Much Toothbrush,  It Ib possible to err in the direction  of a too free use of tbe toothbrush.  "Once a day for three minutes Is silt-  flcieut," writes u dentist ln the Fninily Doctor or London. "Wveu in using'  a toothbrush oiicp a day It Is better  hot to rub It directly scroBs the sur.  face of tha teeth, but to slant It, holding tlio potnt down no tbnt It clenns  the spaces bmwwn the tooth as woll  ns tliu rrotit ot thn teeth ana removes  tbe full force ot the contract rroiu the  teeth, I hnve hnd many putleuta who  have llternlly nibbed the oun mul from  tholr teeth by th*< usceHsive use ot a  brush. The nverngo person usea a  brush too much nnd not toe little, lu  nddltlon to bnln������ cnrefui with the  brush, It In nlno important to no* tbnt  the brlRtlM are soft and not hard.  Tooth powder should bt used only  onco a dny."  Bees and  Hygiene  Bees appear to understand the importance of hygiene. If a snail, ��������� for  example, enters the hive, they at  once kill it and convert its shell into  a tomb by sealing up the mouth of  the shell. If, however,, the shell is  broken or cracked so that it is not air-  tight^the-bees-will���������then- enclose-- the.  whole shell in wax. They use their  wax with great economy, and make a  little go a long way. If two or three  intruders are to be dealt with,- the  wax tombs are made, side by side,  thus; causing each division wall to  answer ..a double, purpose.. Expulsion]  of the intruder is practiced when the  body is not too large, or ..when it can  be dismembered.  CHBSTETt  When going away .from homo, or at  any change of habitat, he in a wise man  who numbers unions his belongings a  hottlo of Dr. il. D. KoUorb's Dysentery  Cordial. Change of food and water in  Home Btran&e placo whore thoro are no  doctors may brine on an attack of dyoon-  tery, Ho thon has a standard 'remedy  at hand with which to cope with the  dlBordor, and forearmed ho can fliiccesa-  fully light tho ailment and subdue it.  A mustard plaster . if mixed with  tlio white of nn egg, will net quite as  well nnd will not blister.  WmWM1'  .1  Rifles  Shoot  Straight and Strong  The name "Winchester" on a rifle barrel is the hall-mark of accurate  and strong shooting. This is due to the excellence of Winchester  barrels, the knowledge and experience embodied in their manufacture  and the care taken in targeting them. Only good guns ever leave  our factory. For results always use Winchester guna for all your  ahooting and Winchester make of ammunition for all your guns.  FREE: Sind niimt and ad.irtst on a postal card lor cur largt tlluitratti catalog-*.  WINCHESTER BEPEATINQ ARM3 CO.,        ���������        NEW HAVEN, CONN.  The rnttlesnnko, beforo he strikes, will  warn; !  The speed  fiend hits you first, then'  blows his horn!  Not E������������lly Caught  Wlfo-1 see you're putting on yonr  I nnw cont it inn Ices my old hnt look  i awfully shnbby, Husband���������Is that so?  j Well, thnt'ii soon mewled. I'll put on  ' my old cont���������H'llugonnu Hlnttor.  Worry poison* tho mind Jimt iin much  to it dendly drug pouioai tba holy tad  Just as surely.  /j>*  \m*m>** jMh  a    ������& E Ms It-   JT  Huvo ynu weak henrt, di/./.y feeling, oppreued  hrealhlns uller meal������P Or do you experience pain  over the Itonrt, eliorlnein of hremth nn fining up-ntain  und (he mnny dintrcmilnrt lymptomu whioli indicate  poor circiiUtion and bad blood? A heart tonic.  ini.iui uiu-. HHly-builder that hoi stood lite tent of  over -10 yeui* ol cute* i*  Dr, Piercedfiolden Medical Discovery  The henrt lu-come* regular a������ clock-work. Jlie red  blood corpincle* nro increuicd in number���������and the  iicrvot in lum are well fed. The nrtcricfere filled  with I'.oiiil rich blood. Thut in why ncrvoim debility,  irrilnhility, (nintinij npnlU, diiappear and are over-  cumr hy llih nlfiTfi'ivet cvfnnt of medicinal motl  put up hy Dr. Pierce without the, uie of alcohol.  A*l������ your neighbor. Many have been cured of  ���������crofuloui eondilinn*. ulcer*, "fc-ver-iore*," white nwellinjjii, etc., by taking  Vr. I'iercc'n Diicovery. Jimr the refreshing and vitalizing Ionic needed for  ������xce������������ive tinue wti*tc, in convale������(enee from fever������ or for nin-dqwn, annsmio,  thin-blondtd people. Slick lo diii ������afc tnd tint remedy and refute all " juit  ��������������� good " kind* offered by (he dealer who i������ tonkins' for n ftiritr rimftt. Norh-  in| will dp you hall ���������* much *,t������iit n* Dr, fierce'* Cohlen Medical Diieovery.  Many Kinds of Knives. I  An extrnordliiury thltiK unout tho  cutlnry trndo l������ th������ viirinty ot Uulves  made. At the Hiiirollt works In 8hi������r-  Held, for liiAinnco, they buvs lO.lXH) rtlf-  foront pnttcrns on ths booltn. They  mako lometlmcn U.000 pnttorns to or*  dor ut on* tlmo, Thn snm������ thing Is  truo of ths Inrjto cutl������sry worlts at So-  llnp.on, In tiormiiny. On* firm hns U,(KH)  pntmrns for Germany alona New onus  nro constantly comluR out. Ths But-  folic works hnvft nvnrnRPrt ten new patterns n w������������clr for two ytsnrs. This Is a  truda thnt will not bo atnndiirdlzrK),  which Is ono renmtu why America ban  fnllrd hitherto to compoto.���������C'nsslor's  llnpzuio.  Ths Important Queitlon.  The new flreinnn wns tclllnn bis wife  ibout Iho tlra.  "It broko out nt mhlDiaht la tht Von  Rlffors' house no tha nvemie," be said,  "and just as wo got there Mlns von  Blffor enme nttimbllnir out of tho  flnmos nnd nrnolie, curryln������ hor littlo  uiete uu vtiu|)|i������-ii up in Uni ~,itim%   i.  wai the bravest Act i ever inw."  "Whnt wns iho wnnrlntt?" Inrjulr*d  the fireman's w|fo.~Olovelnnd Plain  Denier.       "       ' i  Wllllno to Tune it  "John, thnt innn ncit door camo over  here todny nntl offered to tuiaa little  Lucy's plnno."  ������'(lroatl   Did yon let hlra do Itr  "No, dear.    Flo wanted to tost It  wltb an axC'-Dnltlmorw Hun.  ECONOMY IN FEEDING  Good pnsturo is hwp<?1 nnd frngrnnt.  Thimii qunlitics nro ilcnoiont in dry  foods, nnd tlioy nm csKontinl fo on-  sun! thorough .nssimilntion nnd proven! wusto of food, Food not, fully  nHsimilntod soonor or lntor "invpnirs  llm honltli. DuriiiR about twenty-five  yen i'h HorlxiRoum 1ms, without iniliire,  C'fllolontly nnd economicnlly" roplncijd  thoHfs fiflHontiiil qunlitics, unci its regii-  Iin- use with nil elnsM'.K of nnimnls is  iiiIvIkoiI, The cost poi' month for each  liorne, cow, hoove, Iior, or for about  twenty fowls "in not over loo, nnd for  sheep and culvoi* not. ovor f>c per  inoillli I'lu-li, It. in iniiniiftictureil by  the Uonver Mniinfiietiiring Ooinpniiy,  Lliiiltoil, of Cinlt. Ontiirio.  T hnvo grout admiration for thn womnn who enn repel iiiquiHitivononH or]  impoi'tiiionei! witli a Hinglu look.   And j  most, women cnn do it. I  Mlnnrd's  Liniment Curos  Dandruff I  IVIew inliindoi-H priiHp either the;  Imnd or the foot of tlio one thoy wish I  to ������nliUo and rub their faces against]  it, |  ateh<  ">?T?^?^,^*^*���������T^���������^*������^"TT���������""^^I���������?TW?������������������^,?1  Eddy's "Hoyal George" -oniblne Safety, Surety and Sllonco,  In ���������Matches' and aoL, at about 1.00U for 10 cents. There's  nothing "JiiBt aa good,  Pnultleti In Prepirntlnn.���������tlnllko nny i  ottn-r atniiinr.il rritulntor, Pnrmt-lcf'H Vo(?<<-  tabln l'llln nre tho remiU of lonir study  nf vcttrfnhln citmiiniuidH (���������iihtiilnt.ini to  Htlinulntn tlm 'Rtomnnhlo fiinotlonn nntl  ninhitnln tliorn nt. tl.o norninl uonilition.  Vimii-h ot line linvfl prnvnd tholr fnnltloHH  oliftrnotor and PHtnhlishnd tholr oxoollmit.  rnpntntlnn. And tliU reputation thoy  lmvo ntnlnliiliKMl for ynni'H nntl will non-  tlniio to iiinlntttln, for thoRO pIUh tniiHt  tilwnvH ntnnrt lit. thn Imnd of tho Hot of  Ntitlliliml  i)n-|mi:ilioim,  fiinnll ours indientfl thnt a person is|  Rtingy. Large ones show that ho is I  generous,  Mlnnrd'j Llnlmont for sale everywhere  ' liven if it man has good Hpnao, it  doesn't cut much of a figure in a lovo  tiffiiir.  "Wbut do you think nf the eollee-  tion of inventions ynu see at Washington?"  An elderly person is a mighty poor  Judge of a circus.  Old Joe Appleby bnd the reputation  of being tho "homeliest man God ever  mnde," but, one day be met n stranger  who was "homelier" than bo.  "Stranger," quoth Joe, "1 guess I've  got to kill you,"  "Why so?" nsked tlm stranger.  "ileentisii I've nlwnys swore that if  I ever see a homelier man thnn I waa,  I'd kill him on sight.  Tlm slningor shifted bis quid to tlio  other cheek,' anil looked Joe over with  a calculating eyo,  "Wn'al, go ahead," be drawleil. "If  I'm homelier than you bo, I want to  die, s' help mo."  "Doos your wifo always insist on  talking to you when you aro sbav-  ingr  "Not nlwnys. Yon sen, T sometimes  shave when sho is nwny from homo."  Nn fdilld Hhnnhl ho allowed-to snlVor an  litini' liuiii woe inn iWiuu |ii<iiii|Jt i<i,.i ,.,ui  lie ������oi. In a Hlmplo Imt Rtrntur vionoily���������  Mother 0raves' Worm  Kstnrmlnator.  Tills isn't bnd; it's from a Oermnn  funny paper.  "Mi,,,,  Vi].i    yon  vr.nr Vi'iTnnr a   eno-  ...      .......   .....  .  COHH?"  "Glorious! All tlio men bad to wnlk  bomo!"  Specific Statement  "Were you quarrelling with your  wife? When I cninc in I hoard you  talking loud,"  "No. When we're quarrelling sho'n  tliu one that talks,"���������Cleveland  Leader,  \v  CHEW  What do we live for If It ts not to  mnke llfo ihw dllncuit to each other%-*  Oeorjre EUoc  DIXIE tobacco  **^rWm^M.^^!^J!^^mmmmimfmmm.tmmmmm^..  A quick nnd ensy wny to gnther on  the mnchinn is to simply loosen tho  tension, lengthen tbo stitch nml run  a straight seam across tbe goods; then  draw up thn straight thrond until tlio  ilt'niri-tl inline*!* is obtained,  We Americans bave n wny of worry-  ing n man into his grave by abusing  him unfairly nml then telling what a  good man lie wns.  Roiuhiu made nl''1** bottloa ami  drinking gin uses in 79.  It is a fact beyond dispute Mint  one paekot of Wilson's Fly Pads has  killed a bushel of bouse flies. This  is more, than could possibly be caught  on three hundred sheets of sticky  paper, ' ���������        ,  All Druggists, Grocers, nnd Gen-  oral Stores soil Wilson's Vly Tads,  lie suro you get, the genuine Wilson's.  Wiley (with miigazine)���������,Tt says  here Mint n statute milo Is 5,280 feet  and n nautioal mile (1,080 feet, Now,  why aro thoy different, JohnP  Hub Why ���������'S'you kn<v<', m;������ donr,  thnt, things swoil when in tho writer.  ���������Boston TratiBoript,  \V a s h y o u t  h n u d a with  'SNAP' bcioro  and after milking, It cleanses  them thoroughly  and removes all  odors. tlsr> it  on the cow'n  t Xi It t H    wllttU  necessary.  W. N. U., No. 861.  \<  il ' Cl  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ri  i'/  PLAiM'T^K-'viTn PAur^TJ  "The 'Children's Crusade' of 1211."  THE story ot the Children's Crusade  ot  the year of  Our  Lord  1212    is    too   familiar    to    the  reader ot history to need repetition here.   It is one of the saddest pages  In the annals of civilization.   Out of the  thousands of hoys who set out to wrest  the Holy Sepulcher from t'.ie Infidels not  ten ever saw Jerusalem.   Hundreds died  from hunger and exposure In the Journey across the continent before Brir.disl  wag reached.   Those who embarked for  the Holy l^ind were lost at sea or sold  Into slavery to foreign masters. ���������  From    our   twentieth-century    standpoint we suy that there could have been  but one ending to the piteous- farce.  in the same breaih, but with absolute  dissociation    of    the    two'  Ideas,    we  bpeak   proudly   of   ours   as   "the   children's aye."   Some go further and see In  it the "children's millennium," cast  up  against  the  somber background of  the  era of paternal supremacy and parental  discipline.    These  apostles  of  the  new  school    of    family    government    dwell  gloatingly   upon   contrasts   onered   by  tales of the dark ages of the American  home, synchronized with Calvlnlstic theology   and  belief  in   the  damnation  of  unbaptized   infants.    Under  that  patriarchal dispensation parents believed and  helU  for  certain  that  they  were  wiser  than their ottsprlng; that'young minds  und   budding  principles   needed    to   be  trained in order to grow Into the right  shape   and   comeliness;   that   restraint,  guidance and, If need, coercion   entered  Into the workings of the gospel of love  as truly as tenderness and petting. Filial  reverence was more than a name; obe-  _dl_en.ee _ was   accounted   the   first_______ and  " "heaven-ordained���������law" lift lie liom'eT  1 grunt at the outset that there were  occasional abuses of the parental prerogative in that far-back day. Now and  then, a child was punished for disobedience when his error was sheer inadvertence or failure to comprehend the  command. Once in a good many whiles  the wrong boy was whipped. If philosophical, he balanced accounts (1 have  heard lilm do It!) by reckoning up the  limes he deserved the rod and did nol  jet It. If morbid and vindictive, he  treasured the memory and "got back"  nf. his gray-haired father or teacher  - when he was, a man grown. 1 have  ��������� heard him do that, too. But these were  exceptions to the general rule of right  understanding between parent and child  when the latter arrived at years of discretion. ,  Other tlmeB," other manners! The hero  of the twentieth century crusade against  what the teachers of the revised version  of family life condemn as wrongs, outraging the liner sensibilities of child  nature, offers a striking illustration of  n proverb with a new meaning: "Thi.  boy Is father of the man." With what  steadiness of brnin the utter reversal o.f  relative positions has left me I have  etudled tho now system, and nH dls-  pHsstonntely ua pained amazement  would nllow.  According to constitution and bylaws  of the society, for the protection of  children against pnrcntB, teachers and  ethers in authority, every immortal be-  iip has  the  Inalienable, right   to  form  his own character; to act out his native  impulses; to develop his Individuality  along lines of his (alias nature's) selection. Jn a word, as I heard a lecturer  of.the new school express it, "to exercise the divine right of the human creature to possess Itself,"  1 write it down as,an Incontrovertible  fact that the child who has grown up  under the administration of justice tempered and Interfused by love is not  only more dutiful, but more fond than  the boy or girl who has been allowed  to "act out his individuality" and "exercise his God-given Instincts" in his  daily living and hourly thinking.  Let us come down to plain practical  speech.' Do not I, a gray-haired-woman,  and you, my readers, a man of'30, 40  50 years of age. make humiliating confession of folly and Inefficiency, of  lamentable misuse of time and observation and experience if we are not more  capable of deciding what Is right and  what wrong, what is safe and what  dangerous in this world, and what Is  the best preparation for the world that  Is to follow our schooling ln this, than  against symmetrical development.  "It is barbarous to chastise a ehilo,"  we are told by the new-school teachers.  To    curb    his    natural    impulses    and  thwart native  ta6te is  "violence done  to  the  ideals  implanted   In  him  by  a  wise Creator.     To mold Is to mar." If  this be true, the young of the human  species are a notable exception to the  rest of creation.   We prune most carefully and train intelligently vines from,  which   we   hope    to   gather   choicest  grapes;  the nursery of young trees is  not  left  to   flourish -nt  lis  own  sweet  .   will; the dog is trained to the chase;  the ox accustomed  to the yoke before "  he gains   his  full  sl/.e;   the 3-year-old  colt  docs  not   learn  Ills   paces  in  the  untrammeled  freedom of the paddock;  nor���������and herein is mystery and Inconsistency���������do we push the theory of uncontrolled  individuality  and  the  unrestrained operation or natural laws Into  practice In the mental training of our  ,    offspring.    Intellect must be cultivated  by parent's hook or by teaoher'e crook.  As   the   child   gains   In   knowledge  i     acquired from books nnd preceptors,  self-conceit grows apace.    From  the  cradle he has been made the chlefest  personage in the home.   By the time  he discarded skirts for the trousers  which stand with the modern boy for  the    "toga    vlrllis"    of    the    Roman  -Mm  :{We prune most carefully the vines."  m- { ���������*..     Y. llm'',-. ?'.'.'��������� 5  "By -parent's hook or teacher's crook."  the Immature creature who has just  begun the course? I am not fit to bring  up a child if I am not wiser than he  while he is still in his nonage.  You and 1 know life for what it is���������  a battlefield from, dawn to dark, from  start to finish. In what are we wiser  than the fathers and mothers of the  martyred children of the thirteenth  century crusade if we allow untrained  recruits, ignorant of the first principles  of warfare,  to go into It at their own   __charKes?_Sev_en_centurl_es_ago_ the _mls- _  taken "parents of the fanaticalbarurhad"  the excuse of superstitious belief that  the god of battles would interpose to  rout the infidel at the approach of the  boy host. We have not that pitiful  apology for letting our children go unarmed into the thick of the fight.  Write it down as another Incontestable  ., truth, old as time Itself, that what is  learned In youth abides forever. Moreover, that she who falls to inculcate  within the pliant mind the principles of  self-control does . her child grievous  wrong.  "Untaught in youth my heart to tame,  The springs of life were poisoned,"  moaned the most unhappy of Engliih  poets,  I wonder sometimes if it may not bo  Indolence rather than love that makes  the mother (shirk the duty of repressing  the evil and of training, tendril by tendril, the good Imnnlses and worthy desires In her child, The line upon line  nnd precept upon precept are a tedious  task. I cannot -Interpret upon any other  hypothesis, the negligence which produces that nuisance to society nnd  mennco to .future generations ��������� the  spoiled child..  Tho common phrase Is darkly significant. The child who grows up like a  moral weed la spoiled for. himself nnd  for his1 fellows. The stock mny be so  good that Inherent strength may, In  time, overcome the warp of early  neglect.     The   chances   nre    terribly  W)K  "The dog is trained to the chase."  urchin, he has known himself to be  the master of his mother and his  father's equal. As schoolboy and collegian, he patronizes the authors of  his being as Inferiors. At 4 years' of  age, he struck his mother tn the fact  and kicked his nurse In the stomach  when they tried lo persuade hlrn to  do something opposed to his "untrammeled" Inclination. At 14, he bullies  mother and sisters, and flntly refuses  . o obey his father's "suggestions,"  There aro no commands, In the household run by the.new system, "Moral  suasion Is-tho one and only rule of  faith and conduct. Appeal to the  child's highest Instincts (which  should have crystallized at 14 Into  principles) is the one and only way to  educate him, ethically." ������������������ Disciples of  the now school make much of the  root of "educate." It Is, they explnln,  "oducere ��������� to draw out," and ��������� this  with triumphant emphasis ��������� not to  pour, In, as one might fill an ��������� empty  sack, The end and aim of Instruction  is to bring out what is already In, the  precious little Immortal. Development, and not cramming', is rational  education.  The same, rational system is pursued with regard to religion. Upon  this head there is no peradventure.  A woman held forth to this effoct  the other dny. during four courses ot  a luncheon party.  "I teach my children absolutely nothing of religion and the church," she  proclaimed. "When they ' arrive at  years of discretion, euch must decide  for himself Or for herself what Is true  and what false In matters of this kind.  'Each snail bung to the decision an unbiased mind, free from churchljv'iadl-  tlon and priestly .prejudices.-, have never  forced .upon them the rldlculoUs custom  of -saving prayers.' Such a. travesty  of devotion as It Is! If the good seed  Is cast Into their souls. It will fall Into  virgin  soil."  Whereupon" the oldest woman present  craved leave to t?ll a true story:  "When I was a child, a deep well was  dug I'h my fathers yard. My mother  hud'been'reading of wheat taken from  the hand of an Egyptian mummy whicli  had germinated In warm, rich, soil and  Drought forth, first the blade, then the  ear.. Bhe had a box of the earth brought,  to the top of the well, put it into-a pot-  and took it Itito her greenhouse. A r������*w  hours later she laid a pane of glass over  the pot and set It In the sun. In less  ihan a week tiny green shoots delighted  Iicr eyes. They shot up thick and fast  and soon covered the surface. In due  time there wire blossoms among ruu-  grown leaves."  There she uaused.  "Well?" Inquired the New Woman,  breathlessly. "What were they? How  very, verv interesting! We are Imagining ail manner of oriental plants-  acanthus, asphodel or lotus! Or were  they utter strangers to her?"  "On the contrary"���������slowl. and- im-  pressively'--"there were ragweed, purs-  ley, lamb's quarter and other of our  most vulgar weeds. She accounted for  them by supposing that the Invisible  semis iioatln*: in the- sir had alle-nted  there while the soil was unprotected by  the glass.    You see,  the air Is full ot  them!"  An audacious listener struck ln at this  pojnt:  ' "Moral: If you don't plant good seed,  the bad will sow itself. Is that what  you mean?"  "Something like it. And that I ques-  Hon whether there be such e thing In  this world as "virgin soil.* "  I have called educatlcn of the mind,  while the. mora) faculties are left to  take care ,of themselves, a mystery and  inconsistent. The mystery deepens and  the inconsistency becomes a monstrosity  when the spiritual nature is left to  chance development.  Fathers and mothers:take back seats  in the home, in society, In the church  and in the world at large and give the  Juniors a free rein. ;Wltness our numberless juvenile, junior and young people's v associations separated and kept  ' as sedulously apart .from organization!)  run for like purposes, by men and  women of years and; experience as if  ���������operated���������by*-d!fferent_raees.4���������\VJ.tne8s,_  liso, the preference given to young people's ','movem'ents" . everywhere. The  Twentieth-Century Children's Crusade is  on!.:.,    ������...     ..,.,   ..���������-..;������������������-���������'.'  Slang-maker's have a phrase that applies here as aptly as if it had been  framed expressly for the occasion���������"He  wants the earth!" Nothing short of the  world nnd all that Is therein will satisfy  our rapacious younglings.  Keai Talkers  WHAT do I mean by thv. rr-ur  talkers?. AVhy, the people-  with fresh Ideas, of course,,  and plenty of good wurm words to.  di-sss them In. Facts always yield,  the place of honor, in conversation, to  thoughts about facts; but If a fnlso  note is uttered, down comes the linger pn die key and the man of facts  nesorts hto.tru* dignity. 1 have known  throe of thou,,   men of facts, at least,  who were always formidable, and one  -* 'v>������m ,>,o������ tyrnnnlcnl    Holme*.  THE   HOUSEMOTHERS'   EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  -rallOAVSE of the etiormou*  rC number af latter* tent to  ���������*-* the Exohunpu, I mutt atk  contributor* to limit their communication* to 100 word*, except  in vatt* of formula* or recipe*  which require greater apace, ���������/  uiunt, all nxu .orretpondentt to  huve a allowing in the Corner,  and tf tiij/ requeat in this reapeot  ia complied with it wi'l he poaai-  ble to print maim more letlera.  Afrmtflon li called to the foot  that Marian Norland cannot receive money for patterna, a* the  haa no connection wiih any it-  partment that telle them.  Important Notice  IWTMTB In in* you for thn nddroii ot  "M, It, J," tUnllntta, Tumi.),  HhvIhk neon an Inviillil Mi- yenr*, with  everv wlali gratlnuii. lhave accumulated u,  large supply at liaht llfll.ui uf tliu pupular  ���������oil, anil I slinl! Do Kind to tend a dux of  a,,oTffiril, K. .1)1.1....,, Minn,).  We lmve nvo ur mx upii.mumjiih llko  tho, abovo, Will "M, U. J." favor uh  with her exact address? There Is uu  evident flnw In thut recorded In our  Index. Yot It wim curofully copied from  lior letter,  To tho liberal houIh who hnvo written to ui������ rospccltiiK tho wants of tho  "shut-ins," I would wry thnt not one  of their otters has been laid on tho  liitile, Aa soon ns wo rcei; vo the cov-  pt*ii (virtHinn r>nMi one of lior ministering friends will uo answered. w������> io-  Urct the dr-lnw moro limn they cnn,  Chnrnless Butter  1 have lutJt utif-u at a meeting of. Federation of Women'* .Club* In my city n  ���������Hrniil fur imiklnif cliutnleti butter. You  have publlilivil nu ninny leiiert containing  ,,,.,-vln.i   ,.i,i���������.f.rnlnt,'   Iho   nrneeMi   thai    VOU  may like to hear what one nt Die itim riiiiti  ������Th* on* I miw wn* v.ry ilmple-u iqimni,  heavy tin p������n that look? like a cheap caku  tin, tut laraer, timl iiarfmii*. four incVmij or  more d������f|ici!, MntlB, to ttt till* li, a pnrt of  while mrk nil toweling l.luil plain inrUleh  limit tnwelitiK), which ll** In he bnttom.  ������iv������r lliln li a Mieet of what luoka to be  elmple heavy tilnttlmr imper. 'ilifin ate  ���������lump* In fatten, the** In eenirelv.  1  mw  lh* tiuart ot hwm' cmnm  poiire.l  ���������- thia par ��������� ' '���������- '*' ..--.���������..*-  a tlali. .... ..... I',..,..-.;    .. .--- .--  n  n   ffrlttnriilar,   mul   In  Ii-ki   limn   two  "nto mil nan on I"P of the hlotlliur-pai'cr.  Then a tlalit Ud wa������ put on.    It wa* put  ,...  ,.���������   , ,    utter  mnoveil.    Jf una wlahea ll ������������lt������l,  it  (am n ffrlgnrinnr, ana In Ii-ki limn iw  fhlnuU'f the iheet nf yellow, ewe*l MtU*  ������u   tl-MtlVt.nl.     If   ollt)   Willie*   tl   X'lUd,  may bo-worked In,    Of emirac. It may bo  ,shuiji'(l llio. nny other biiif-r.  Tho towulliiK wuh Mituinied with whey,  ll certainly bviita olmrnlngl   1 kriow nnth-  Inir nf It front expfrlcnce: 1 nm only Jelling  you what I tnw,  I hope It may lie of serv-  iue to HOiiin one,  Mrs, A, Y. R (Louisville, Ky.).  I trust I have dcolpliorod your chl-  rogriiphy correctly In describing tho  process of bringing butter out of crenm  without the drudgory of dauher nnd  churn. Your handwriting Im unmbilak-  nhly thnt of an educated woman, but  rather peculiar, nnd I do not like to  gnnsj) at a word In making out rei-lpos  nnd setting down directions for performing any domestic tusk. If 1 have  orroil In what l report of tho nuirv������loim  utensil and tlut tlmo that olaj>������ed bo-  iwoen tlm shutting down of the top and  thn removal of tho yellow, swc������t hut-  tor, pii'iiso im us know, Wo have wnltod  too long and anxlouily for the story to  be roNlKneil to lnnccurncle������ now.  In ciiho you aliould bo Importuned to  supply further particular*, may 1 patm  along your address?  Pickles nnd Snhd Fillings  A������ u Mvur to iiitJ-one of your member*���������  will you reneat the recipe rpr pin money  liloklei, whleli wn* ��������� imbllahwl In the l-3x-  t'hiiime nlinut a year nao? .1 lott mine In  lilekllna tlpi������. 2flu< pi<|H<������ were tlnj/,4 and  ������o well worth the tnublt- of nuttltia; them  tin that I munt huvo Hie, formula aunln.  And would you, hIho. print n wrlei of  aiilad* and of sandwich fllllnn*-tne latter  ewnc'CliiHv? , ,,   ,    ,     .  In return I tend n .'*m������ '������>i������������l * food rake,  ��������� Two-Egff Angel's Pood Cnke  On* cup of granulated turar, 1 cup of  nnur, 1 nip of teiildeii mlllt, 3 ten������|inonful������  of liulflnir nnwder, n nlnoh nf tall,  bel tin. cup tu iiiiir in * Xt.Hf._ii liut Mutci  and lie it tn linlllna t-olnt. Hlft dry Intrre-  Uitiiu roiu il.i.t*,, tutui lit i);i },..������ inllk;  hunt nnd ellr hrltkly, Lattly. ndd iho  heater, white* of ? cua������, loldi-d In Jluhily.  Do not flavor thn uiiuer or sieate the (In*,  Hake In a irindnate ������'V*n, tlihir ai i, hat  or In two layer*. Um- v/lnitever trotting  you fanny,   it I* very ������"���������������.  Mr������   P   f. W, (Ontario, Cnl,>.  t������ tblu th* recltip vnu wnnt?  Old Virginia Pickles  Choosfl ������mnll cucumbers, gherkins,  etc,, for this imirpoHC,  Pack In h ������tono Jar In layers, strewing anlt between these. Cover the top  layer out of sight with salt ond pour In  cold water until th* pickle* are completely submerged. I.ny a small plnte  on top to keep th<v.it tlnwn ami put o.  clean atiirm upon the plate. Leave In  th������ brine for a month, stirring up from  Uie btiuoni every other tl������S'. Tho brine  should be strong enouBh to bt-ar up art  ogg, When you are ready to put up  the pickles, examine thqm carefully to  bo suro all aro sound. If one be soft,  throw It away. Turn off tho wutcr, re-  turn the plcklen to the Jar and cover  with cold 'ratih wnter. Chnngo UiIh  for fresh next day and leave .them In  this for another twenty-four hours,  Now lino u preserve kettle with grapo-  vino leave* und puck In the pickles, ,  strewing powdered alum butweon the  Blrrttn. A bit of tiltini us lni'Ke nn, u  walnut will do for a two-gallon kettle-  fill; Kill with cold water, cover with  Mi-eon vino leaves three dt'cpi cover  with a closely tilting lid Und stotiin  over a vory slow tire for six hoiiiw,  nover allowing tho water to hull, "ha  plckloa Hho'ilcl limn bo of a line grcim.  HomovD tho Iouvoh and lay the iilcklcs  In Ico-ccld wulor. l.diivc ihem to  "chill" whllo you prepare tho vinegar.  Allow to mi kiillon nf liiiMt elder vinegar threo dossoii wholo liluuli peppcrH, as  many wholo cloves, IN wholit allsiilcu  and a tlti/.uii bliuii's of iiincii, Btlr Intu  tho spiced vlnogur a cupful ut sugar and  holl livo minutes, coverod, to Uunp In  tho Htningtli, Drain und wipe the  pickles; puck In a atone crock nnd pour  the scalding vinegar ovor them. Cover  tightly, Two days later, scald th������  Hiilcod vlnognr aifnln and covor the  -,iiuklt-8 with it. rut on the close Ud  nnd leavo for threo day*.. Repeat then,  and a week lutor,  Fit a tight lid upon thn Jar; tio waxed  cloth ovor this and Bet away In a c00'  dry plnce. In two m-nths tney will bo  rlpo. Thoy will keep for yeara, Kvery  month ������,dd a tabliispaonful of sugnr  for ouch gallon, Thia will keep tho  vinegar from sharpening, ,   , ,  This Is tho genuine old Virginia way of  iiuUing up green pice.ni., u >uu wo..!.,  hnve rnlved plfklcs, ndd aprnvs nf caull-  llower, button onlona, siring beans lafi-  <r atrlnglng them) and anything '���������'������*  your fancy suggest*, "  The Juetly celebrated pin money  idcklea (than which there nro nn finer  made and aold) arc put up In this way.  They hnve brought fortune nnd rcputn-  ii ���������...  ���������,;  it,* \,ni���������ii,m\fii ivhrt tbtto imnrov-  i'd'her "one tnleiit.  Aa to nillnga for anndwlchci, thtlr  nnme la legion, I hope you saw the  recipes fir n few of theeo publlahed  In tlio talk upon the aiorlom Fourth.  Fine-Grnlncd Bread  litre It a reelpo for fine-tralned bread.  A  iiii'inbir li'ih iiitki'.l >...w  to u.akti ll.  About i o'clnek In the evening put half a  eitlte of yeant foam to *oak In half a t*������-  cuiiftll of told water.   At * nVlocli |mt Ino  yur ml*lri<- bowl * medlum-tl**4 pfittton  1 level kitchen apoonful nf tall and 1 banning spoonful nf miuiir. Muuh tha patatouii  with the fiUKui- ami wilt, Kill- in n niiart or  warm . (not hoi) water, Heat hard'Tor ft  minute nnd udd the soaked,yemu cnke and  a aunri of Bitted Hour or enough to mnku  a jjodii HpnnKt-.  Cover and net In a warm place overnight.  In Ihu morning ntlii euotiKli Hour to the  tpoiiKo for ii Htlir iI.hikIi mul knead well ior  half nn hour. Tut imek Inlo Die mixing  bowl, which aliould lie a't<ii������ed, eovur ami  net In a Wiirm place until light. This  Hhould he from I'll to !! hour*. When tliu  iloimh it UkIii, lo.d It IlKlilly ami nun ii  over, Cover mid set for another rUlng.  When It In UkIii, fold nnd turn for the  meond lime. Cover for the third time und  net, for the IiimI cluing. When ll it IIkiu.  mold Inl.) lomex end net where they will  double their ,'ilwliml nice In half an hour,  I'm ln(n ihe oven und cover wllh paper for  thirty  inlnutei.   Then Irown.  Tlift inuki-h tour /mull louvet,  It inl.et a inniiir time io mnke bread In  this way Hum In (lie old tiyle, nut uny one  who withes to have tlne-nruliied lireiul will ������  do well in try thin ii'dpe,  Mrs, T. (.'. C iH. Hi, Paul, Minn,),  Wo alwaya set breakfast or luncheon  i-nlls down for the third rising iiMer Ihu  sponge has been added nml lhe dough  hud the preliminary "rnlao."  The product I* line grained and as  light aa a puffbnll.  Ah our Houth Ht, j'ntil member hns It,  thu process tukca longer than the ordinary method, but the reault Is delightful,  Freezing Without he  Following DiIn It the recipe for freeing  cream without Ire, In reply to the i-tnueii  of  ������������������fl.   A,   M,"   (New   Voik  cllj).  Thia In the preamble to lhe formula  publlahed a few weeks ago In the Kx-  change, In reply to the query signed  "("' A M " It need nnt be reiterated  now, The number who favors us with-  it add!':  If ���������'('. A. M." fbould try thi*, will the  liiinlly upon what turn** the nun with It7  Klpeclally whin iltecl the ueld.liat upon ilia  ulto.Mm ii.mcJ:  If 1 dared take up any more nmer I  thould like io at* a lew uuetiloua (or my-  eelf of the helpiul KiehiiriKe, hut I huve  already exc*ecied the' inu-wonl limit.  Mlh,   a.   A,   '..   \.\* ti*....   ...   ^|.  Thank ynu for noilclnu; titt- menilon  of the hundred-word limit! A������ 1 read  the line, 1 glume gronnlngly at a pile  of letters on my desk, some of which  are live and six pngen long; most of  which nre Inter^stlrnt ninl would be  helpful if I hnd room for them within  ������<tir confines.  Uk* yourself, I should Ike to hear  from eoirn'laiiiy who tine I ������ i ihe fiei"*-  lag-without.lee lerlpe, The hot weather Justin** the hop*- that !t will be  tried noon, ani) !������������' mor'1 tiiw tut- ioi.iHc-  mother. All the children nnd each and  every John loves Ice cream, If this  plan works, the labor of making If Is  induced to n minimum.  Raisin Pie  "Mrs, Ii, V, Mel!," iihUm tor n raisin  plo recipe,   I think Hil* may tult hen  Two cuiia oi I'leiined raitlns, 1 cup of  tintar. 1-3 of n ciiir.u v.m-Kar, i. i!-3 <;itp������  of waler, cooked loKilher until lhe r.iIMn*  ate i Hiiut.e.l. 'I'heii thicken wllh ������  lnble������|ioonrill of I'ornttnreli and mid it  beaten eaa and n teimp������ionful of cinnamon,  Itnko In two oruttt,  I'leiri! till o.e Kiiioe lime If there In tUIV-  ihlng liiirinltil In toeosi iih mere h< In toffee. 1 nm deliberation whether or not 1  thai. Klie it t������ my slvyem-ohi l.oy, lie Im  very fond of It,  A CQNKTANT UKAllKIt (Wnverly. In).  Cocoa contains no poisonous olonicnts,  It la, however, lather a "heavy" drink  for a young child on necoiini of the lurgu  proportion of oil found In th������ mil. A  lighter and yet nourishing iiiepiiriiiloii  la what la sometimes calfed "shells."  This, made with plenty nf milk minimi  hurt tho boy If drunk In modorallon,  It la likely to make him cross If It becomes hln constant drink. .Milk Is tho  only liquid that may he relied upon a*  itlmoliitoly safe for so. young a child.  Thnnk you for lhe raisin pie, "Mrs.  ft. C. McC." will appreciate your kind-  ly otllces,  Again the Schools  T am tnrry that ! offended any reader of  the ICijelmnite. for I n-e Hint t mltKed the  point X wltlteil to make,          At thlnat are now. Ihe nubile hehoolt are  (iinnll enileget, wllh ���������chool* ,"f.,<,Jl."|c....rtL1.',"  my renders shure it "with trie. Thoy  will recollect the lively .'passiige-ut-urmn  wllh Die Philadelphia*member to which  It refers, and nppie.'lnio with me. ilio  excnllent temper of her reply lo tho  hlstor-mmnber who misunderstood her  meaning,  Dampfnoodeln  sirinii noii������Hi't, wim icniion m '">���������������" > ,",  tory and languaaet, n i-hem.cal. lahoratorv  it  cariitntei't tfiop   --���������'-������������������ ���������"���������"���������"<   ���������������"������>������.   ,  .    lewlnn-  *ehon ,   nubile  t���������,.,,n<il nnil ,1nv miruprv The lden of n,  liineh counter ������reiiieii to me, " if.������- iiio;*, it  vou will eardnn me fnr mivlna no. The re-  mill of -.��������� y i��������� itc lo do ��������������� v������i>.,',in*, i. ,....,'...)   n by nottelna the arniluiitet,  Not one nf ihem la tilled for any om-  thlna. All hnve n tniatterln* of dniieni of  thlnat Ihey cannot line, at they di. not )(���������*���������"������'  enou������h' abotit them tn pm them Into prat--  tie*.   They have rrammeii Mr "fount*."  I um nfrnld thlt letter l������ lon*er than ynu  nllow nm t nhnuld like (o (ell vou Ihat I  rind a nine aiMte nt i.������.i.������; ti������������i��������������� ���������>"���������������������������  "(he other half." ineiinlna idujorrai* and  bloated hondhnltler*. I eilnnoi-e-for Ihe Aim  lime In my  life!    Ilemr mv areiu ainuu-  For t sin one of (hone who muti mak* a  llttbi money do a sn-m mnny thmjtt, nt It  the erne  wllh  the  "I.ady  From  I'hlltdel-  ������������������D?VMK   VAN   WI.N'Ut.K"   (While   I'UInt,  N.  V,>.  \S'ho������e ohnrmiiiKly Kood-rernpered letter haa lain itMtie altogether ten loug  for mv llk'ner, It '* sound enough to  kt-iii I'Vi-u liiiigi'i', lnu  "  wish  i'i hnvo  In leeponte to a reiiueKt for tbe Herman  iIIhIi, the name of which In n Krlevoue ttum-  lillna-hloi-k tn KiiRllhli-vi.t-nltlna hoinwmoth-  ��������� ela. I liielnie a recipe for the favorllv.  Mulii Into niiindii, uliout an Invli thick  uud lour Irichea lonu. elnnainon or lOffee  kuehen.' utter It It Iluht. Het tn rite, and  when Ihey are lluhl nsnlri, have remiy In a  deep frying pitn Inid healed u������ for doiiKh-  nuts. I'tiiir Inlo lhe hud half a pint nf  win in water', holl up. und ilrop lu I tie  noodle*, 'lhe pun thould have n very Uulil  cover, Kit thin on iin toon ne lhe n<i������<l)r*  are In and lei Ihnn fry until ynu can tell  hy lhe MHind tlmi lhe wnter lint cooked  away. Then the iit.odien rue done, Take  Ihem op; pm imn colander und tprlnkle  with laiwdered tusar.  1 always take ilie pan front Ihe lire Im-  fore adding the hot wnier, im It it likely  in make lhe |nrd iimtler, Thlt th.ne, I tel  Hie pan back nn the rnriKe und diop in my  dough,  1 nope I have made (hln plnin and not  too Ioiik. Mi*. .!. II.  W, < I'.r ii   III,).  ThP recipe is clear and conclau. Wo  thnnk you for It. Hut, why uihl tbo  waler? There Is doiilitb'i'H an excellent reason for doing It, fur onr tier-  mnn cook docs nothing nt random.  Only, 1 should like tit know why It  goes In.  And lmw do you know by listening to  Iho bubble nnd hiss of Die pan when  the water hns evnpnrntedt  Thlrdly~How cnn It evaporate when  Ihe (op Is lightly rinsed? Will you  write to us again and explain these  point*?  l/������V|/A'.l   i lif   d.it'i',:',''j  I iuii tlmke lurid* itllh "J, It IV* of  nrroiiiniimn. I'a��������� at I nm almoti In thd  ���������am* l*x������t wllh h.r. m.vw Dm mv Ineoma  It tlf.tily, illhouah tiiiall.  I am feedliiK iiiM-c noun peoplr and three  hiowIiik children upon an average Meekly  ���������;������l*iiilUure of  $',.   nn.l  thank  Uml  Dial   IhUI  kln.llv tend me ihe iiddrftii i.f "J. II. P."  I have maaatlnet the mat like to have. It  will l,e a pleatgre to ff.rwar.l U������m (.'������ her.  We ire liimkworiiit, and i.tttn tUnl our-  flvet tn nlher lhlnt������ In order io huv intit-  xlnet und tmnka.      I., tt   M   iHarvey, m,>.  We huve paaaed along the addreaa of  our Oermnntown member io no tunny  of her well-wlsbeta and friend* that  the ronii be well-tiipiillnl wllh m.ign-  linns by now. H yln- tuive need of more,  will she lei me know, und receive tht  n.l.lr*������u  of   '���������!.    II    M '"��������� t liWMlim 'ii'I'taUO.' i ^f.������w������iw������. mg.  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISlft COLUMBIA  m*mf (*HNWfiWlntMi-|- ��������� mn 1 mini  if  <5  BLANKETS  AND  COMFORTERS  ^Vjute and Qrey  {Jlanket  Flannelette,Sheets  fill sines.  Wool and Down Comforters, Pillows and  Pillow Cases. We can supply everything  to make yonr bed comfortable, A full  Stock, qf Furniture always on hand-  (���������'���������WI.  Aa MoKINNON McPhee Block, Cumberland  I M,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  TAILQJl  MADE     .SUITS  FKOM   ������20.00   TO $35.o'o,  Cl.HANINQ    ANP  PRESSING  DONE AT  Reasonable' Prices,  Phone 52  Cumberland B.G,  \\ is no part or our in tent-ion to  inert'use the bunion or the cnn bar-  rftssnjcnt of any body' of offloittls  in referring occasionally to condition** whicli call for attention and  remedy, ^specially would we he  sl'jvi* in uttering anything that  might look like hasty criticism of  that longsiifiVriugsind little appreciate;! body of pnhlio servants, the  city school board. Their service  is gratuitous and their responsibilities in a community such as ours  by up means light. It is always  easier-���������>q much easier--to ci-iti  cise than ta da tilings, and there  are always so many contingencies  unknown to the public which  limit the possibilities of the ser?  vice which the Board would other?  w joe be only too glad to render,  ihat it is with much hesitancy  we venture to draw their attention to conditions whjph ' are  brought prominently to the at-  tentic.il of the community just  now. A year ago some fourteen  hundred dollars was paid for the  installation of two furnaces in the  'aii1d~nq*douht  ficiio'or- bulletin g;  both the Board and the teaching  .siatY hoped th,4t t]ieir troubles  were at an end so far as maintain,  iug a comfortable temperature ;n  i he school room during the winter  mouths is concerned. Cerraii*ly  the tax-paying community had.  reason to believe from the prige  paid th^t an efficient heating apparatus had. at last been provided,.  Ls it auy wonder, then, that when  with the first cold snap in November aJi the_ childfei' are suffering, and some of the classes dismissed, becauso of the qqH������  people begin to ask how it is?  On inquiry, we learn that one of  I hose new furnaces is out of com  mission altogether, awaiting new  partti, and ihut stoves have again  been installed in the rooms y\\t$]\  vyore to be heated by 'ti and h\v-r  ther we t\re to]d (lint tlie poms  in which the stoves \\t\ve been  put up a,.j;aiu ure the "only ones  whioh have been anything   like  ���������v.h*(riiu-iv heatp4 tUutag 'the  riH*..'v-i o<ild '^ap; that, iu fact,  ilu.- < (hei jVvmiu! is worse than  u.-ieU-.v;, ;.ino. it dot's nol give  Sufficient hi.;it, yet prevents  stoves from being put up iu the  rest of ihe rooms. There is some-  thin jj seriously wroiij;. Either  the furnaces were no^oed, which  we do not believe to be ihe case;  or else they wen*'badly instiled;  or ihey have no-t been properly  Attended lo. The public is not  \ucliut-d lo pay iourteeu hu nil red  dollars either for useless rubbish,  or I'or epparatus not properly  uitulc u,se of, to say nothing ol  the lowered elliciency ol the  teaoliir������������������������ s"*IT and th" CNposnre  ot'!!������- ��������� i:������!(irt :.. tlr old ioiv-,*.������.  i'.'_       '*.. ac ���������* ������������������'  '.i.eh a ta:'..:: as  We congratulate our local contemporary on its recent editorial  referring to our correspondents,  Nilap find Democratus. We  have never seen anything jn that  papey anywhere approaching  such a high standard of literary  style before. We say deliberate;  ly "in that paper," because it  does strike us that we have seen  something very, very similar in  a voluipe qf standard literature,  barring, to be sure, the substitut*  ion of the names "Kiloc*' and  '���������Democrat us," and the inadveru  ant mistake' made in copying of  substituting a plural for a 'singular verb with a singular subject  This grammatical error, however  does not sufficiently conceal the  source' qf the excerpt tQ warre.it  the ueglect qf quotation marks,  which must have been either for?  gotten by the editor or overlooked by the compositor. But then  mistakes will happen in the best  regulated, families, even including the News, office; and. we qou-  gratulate the Islander.ou its. discriminating  Pffijmnamj**,****.'!******^ *>**"#l*tB***^>1**^^  MAROCCHI BROS    &  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  ' "ommy's Bicycle S  |4, J4akanishi, P*op;  ���������^GENERAL REP-AIRING, OF-, ;  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc., Etc.  Plumbing Done,  Bicycles for Sale  >    and Hire.  P.O. Box 360  Local agent for  Cleveland, Massey-Hanis  . and perfect bicycle??.  ry taste  in the selection of its'editqrial  Over two inpnths ago fqur  thousand dollars was .promised  this, city by the provincial govern;  mout lo assist in the oun.it rnptiun  of aewers. Tins amount was to  bo forthcoming as s,oon as work  waa underway, which is now nearly if not quite two immths, An  will bp seen-in report of Council's  proceedings,' nearly three thqu-  sand/df this amount has, alreudy  been expended, ami still nq sign  pf thp money. Those ..employed  on the sewej- have not received  any wages since die work; begun,  this not being the fault of the  city, it not havjng the neees-  tiury to pay for pipe, freight and  Wages. The inspector who pa������spd  pn thegovernment portion qf the  sewi'f muu'ly two, weeks ago, Btitf-  ed that ho would report, and was  Miro that a, cheque for the amount  I'l'omised'would be forwarded in a  tew days. We lmve no doubt  but thai tlio city will get the  money���������but \vht5ii*.'  fc-corotiiry Carey of the School  Mouydj announces the completion  ���������<f the program for \\m night  iil'iMjus to hu held ill th������ puhjio  t'chuol. Class meetings will hu  held on iMoudnv. Tuesday, Thins  day nnd Saturday  evenings froin  7 to ')  o'clock  on  the following  subjects; ���������  Mining, steam engineering, and  mai'hine coiiRtructiun ou Tuesday  aud Satui'ilay evenings  taught by  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Gqmpany's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds qf  Wines and Liquqrs.  SECOND   STREET  a^^^mt������a^t0amt*jtiiaaaa*nt^*ma^ ,)w<l^l%<<^MS<������vtV������%cn������v^������������j'  AVhoover   we    may   elect - ior  mayor at tlie   forthcoming;   civic  a ������������������������*  el-jiciQ-i*,   will     bi   .of     little  use unless he i-3 hacked   by   good  aldermen who will attend to Imsi  ness. If they feel   that  they can't  o-iye the time that is required of  them for civic affairs, then let them  not offer, wh don't want them,  We are not pledged to anyone,  but are prepuved tq back, the best  men and do our little all to1 elect  them.  Public Hall, Courtenay,  Wednesday, Nov. 22nd,  At 8 V. M-  Cumberland Hall,  Thursday, Nov. 23rd,  ' At 8 p.M  Until further notice the Princess Hoyal will take tho Nanaiuior  Vancouver run, leaving J^-maimo  daily (except Sunday) 7.30 a. m.  The Sundiiy boat to . Vancouver,  lias been cancelled for the season,  and the Channel* is  scheduled   to  'lwiV'e~NanaihTo_lVii"^aT!c^iVeirlju  Wednesday and Friday at 1 p. m.  and Saturday at   5   p.   in.    The  Ch.inuer has been placed on the  CoinoN run,-leaving Nanaimo oil  Tuedays at 1 p. n ni��������� Thursdays  at 3 a. m, and Saturdays at 2 a. in,  Telephone 7-0 @  ������)������������������������������������ ' k  *y+M</m*t*la^^  If you want Cheapest and Best patyouise���������  K. ABE& Co,  No, 5 Jap4NF.se ToWn.  Fjue Groceries, Dry Goods,  Candy, Fruits, Etc., Etc.  I have 3 fine Baths, complete, white enamelled ware, good quality, cost ������45.00 each,  Now $35.00 each  -> '.  W*A*<WW>t^  .#llllllllllllllllllillllll!lilll!lil!llll!|ip  %  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  application will be made to the  Parliaiueiit of Canada at the next  Session thereof for the continuation .of the Charter of theVAN-  COIT V \. RISr, A N D A N D K AST  nUKl ltA^WAir .COMPANY  and'fqi' un extensian of time for  the cuuiiiieneenieiit of construe-  tion and completion of the said  lines of railway anthoi'iz,ed to, ho  constructed by the Act of -Par  lianient of C'tnada panned in the  Session 7-8,, l^dward 7, cliapter  107 intituled "An Act to incorporate the Vancouver Island and  Eastern Hallway Company," and  i������y the Act of tho 1-urlianieiit: of  Ciiiiiubi in Ilu Session uf JI-1.0,  Kdward 7, chapter .171 intituled  **/\n Act respecting the Vancouver Island and Eastern Uni I way  Company,"  K, C. howic,  Solicitor for Aiiplieants.  ..NOTIOK  Tin- I'wjuiniiiit t.'ij Niiiiniiiio Hnil-  way t'umpany wiil apply to ihe  PntTniment nf ('nnndii nt i'H n������'xi  HfiHi-ion for 1111 Act ompowe ing It in  MR.  WiLLLoCHjlAlSfK,   [second  Harry Lauder] Famous  Scotch Comedian.  Bonnie   Wee  Agues Wallace, 18  years old} Youngest Piper ���������  in the World.  Miss Katie Stewart,   Song   and  Dance Comedienne.  Mr. G   H. Larrigan, Flute and  Piccolo soloist���������[Wee Geordie,  formerly of Nanaimo.  Mr. Geo. Burton,   Impersonator  Mr. G. Ii. Acllain, Pianist. ���������  High-class Specialties and,,' Two  Screaming Scotch Absurdiiies:  ������������������McCjusky's Troubles" and  MMcGresQr's in Glesca,"  DUNSMU1R AVEMUE  CUMBERLAND,  PRICES?     75c. 50C, 25C  FOR SALK���������Choice Dm hi in  Ihilbs. Apply Mrs, J. Stewart,  Foni Cottage, Allen Avenue.  ^fOTIi JO i8 haruliy g vou tnut nt tlio  next, menting cf iho Boa nl of '-Lloeii-jH  ConniiiMonoiB ������f tho Ui y of Cumber-  liind, 1 iiituml t>> ' 't'l'1)' <(ir 11  renn-Vttl of Iho luitu] IiooiifO h. 1>1 by 1110  for ilio NiwKiikIiukI Hole), bUwiU'i.1 ow  tlio oiii-t liulr <.f lo 10, in bli.uk a, Oitmiii-r-  llillil I'owi oilo,  JAMK8 WAI/l'^UH.  Da-uil thiH7ih dny of Nov., Mill,  hUVUlAXWUI  ���������iiliiiiiiw ��������� 11 mm  =V. BOfiO^fl  UUholesale Oeal^.p in WINES, IilQUOR & BEE$  F. 0. BOX 48S  PHONE 20...,  CUMBERLAND  lav   oul, count met, iit.d ti|*ornin 11  Air. IC. Ui'ii.iunjuii;   general - miid. , Tn\\wnv (TOm ��������� ,ir,i���������, on  ,|,0  ?���������i|  JHi'ts, readingt writing  and  arith-  NOTICK h hereby kivon lliat, on tlio  first iluy of December ne\t, apjiHcitiori  will In? mnde to llm SnpcnniLMulcnt of  I'ri'vincinl I'olir.e fnr renewal uf'tne lm-  lel license to sell liqiini' liy rel.iil in the  hotel knoivn ns the Hotel Heriot, situitle  nr Heriot ll.iy, in the Province of Ibit-  \h\\ Coiumbi.i.  II. A. Uuix.  Dated 2jth, tl iy of October, ion.  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 belter than  poultry, il'they, are rightly managed. Begin  With the little'fellows and feed them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of bone meal, wheat,  oats, corn aud othor grain, cut and blended in  the right proportion to make them thrive nnd  grow,   For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.  UUAUCIl JN in.OlIIl AND.FEED:  * .  -,'tt.w i.:,1 r*. ,.il-i*%,-K-fi,  SECOND-HAND AUTOS FOR SALE  ih  :     'ill;1   '    :.f"   liilOUghtilU  :..;ii<!ii.^ Iioin noru\u<4 till  vv.eiu;;i., any wt'.fhcr J-'tinvui  iu CuinlA'ii.ttid. Tf they do iuxt  i\ 1.-. lor uu: iio;wd t<> ui\o\v why  *������������������>' >'u] '1" "v,' ���������}���������; i\. . defeat.  Wt wodld be '2,1'A'f to ; iibli.-b ar.y  C':������j<'.iii..Uf/j; vihicii thy iJo:ird  \my nave to tnnb-.  niittic. fiiiijrht by   Principal   lioyor  ui' the public  M'.llool   on   Monday  ������������������ i���������,! Tl. nr.:il<r,' |M*i<������iiiiii-.'  , o ���������  jPiipiln aro li'nucrituil to enroll  as HtHy hh possible ua that they  .u::y procure lljc hoiielif* qf the  I'Ktiipltt.tt; course. If the altcmh  mice uairant;-', it   i*  intcudcil  lo  N0TU1K iHlimoty olvrxn   Hint,   nt,  tlm  way, ihi'con-uriictltm of which   i.-- j���������>������** ������������������������'Mhk ������>f die HoiH of biccrnw  :iuthnri->d hv  MihM'Olioit'������'A "   ���������f I ComniiihionerH of Iho City of C'u nbor.  ,,   .{.,1   .,..���������.,,.,       " 1  lnnd,  I intond to iiiiply for   n   hotel  II  Hcctinn 2 of Chapter iiiucty two o' "  thft Ktr������tiilf>a nf <f!fiTi*nl 1 fnr lhr������vi������ir  onn tlHiuuaiid nine buiidrcd and t-ix.  *  ut or mwr th* nor'h fork of Oycier  ,'ivcr, thence in ;i pononil y" nonh  ivcttiorly dirceiioii tn ll.uily Mny un  lilt' wt-41 ffiMB?. nf V������f;cnin'<T l->lrii 1! "     XO VICE i, hei-.-h'/ r;ircn fli u   on die  nntl iucrcuoii'U theiMinuaniV hoi.tl | lirsuhiy nf December next  .ippliratinn  eeiino tn Bill liquor* by retail in nmt -ipon  hottl, mtiinti ������1 tin lot H, block 7, Cumber  Illlll TimliHilii.  vioroit noNOfiA,  Dnleil Uiiu 7tli dny ef ^������v.. 1011  C.t|.il-.UO tUll'C t.'.!lnww';i   ft.M' II   |H,l i<i<l ��������� j,ji; ,Ul\.:i fp   (Hill  llir   OtllOr tUll-llO.Cr. ! *'���������> ,ui ������"t������'lt* l,<    i^":    Wllp'-IHtUuitU-.ia   ol  Ol  live   lilttlltllH,.     So     \fy     ICgtlllll'  \V. V. Halfiiuuv,  1'iovintiul I'nlico for a hotel   license to I  One 4-oyliiulcr UU1CK,  complete with top, glass  front,, speedometer,  electric side and tail  lamps, and acetylene  headlights. ^-^  'Pridlc.    ...       -fODU  One car same as   above,  with head, side nnd tail  lamps, genera   <fl������7CA  lor. etc.  Price   ������J)lt)U  Oue a-cyliuder Dmck, 30  29 lip'" generator lamps  toji wiud'Shicld, (&**ica  etc, only -fiOU  One Kord enr, 3������seatei\  complele aud iu good  order, with fine &_t_t\f_  tires, only.... $0UU  One air-cooled Franklin,  complete wiih windshield, head, side and  tail lamps, p;cncrator,  etc. This is a .f-cylin.  der 15 hp."car, *-������ca  only.... ., ip/OU  One Rover 6 hp, a-pass-  ciigercar, battery and  magneto ignition, tires  in hue order, car iu  splendid shape, g������ jaa  only   <P<WU  iT..!-;;.-.- v.ll li, S. Jj.Couich.  -in v. ii! arrivo at 1!J luum ftiid clone  ,.t Jv.ia n, n\f ihiirn.  iiwmlivw a good amount ul work !       SccMnrv K. ,t N. KnUiriy Co, Ivt." 'T"* ^ T m!  V T *"������ I  ^111 Iia j^oite .-.ver this   wu.rer.    It; P-i.������c>. Tb mj. <><; A Hxvwi*.       \ veA xl ���������������.���������,.. s..u-.<l, i������ the i-r.������vie������^i {';  C^II  i:i id o inlcnilt-d   to   put   on    the; 0*������awn   Acei-li*. ;r������f M.-oti It <*nliMT-������������i 1'  W<������*k iu Mich a ir.atuier th.it   Luili j |).,t,.,t ..\ Vniiettuvei this fir-i day (i - i'homas ItU'i.i.v.  bhlftM will. (*et the {\\\\ belielih (        No. cf.r.,b.-rv \'.)l,\v j D.UC-l D.'oUct   )nl, up U  THOS. PL! M LEY,  Victoria, B.C  Office ano Storm 710 YATES ST..  GARAC.K. 727 JOHNSON ST.. ,  '���������If you pel i' at l'limley's it's au. rioht.1'  p B -WiUn Hwjmirinjj  \\mmmmi^Sk rVwl'lTll'i jiu-SOltwwSL  Jf  I  Capital $6,J?00,000. Reserve $7,f200,0C0  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.  I DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  I OVER   THE    WORLD. ..  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACpOUNTS & inieresi  I   ut highest Current Rates allowed on 0*posits of $1 ai.d upwards.  I CUMBERLAND, B. C, Branch, Open Daily,  I      > TJNIOST WHARF, B. C,   Sub-Erach,- Open Thursdays  I D. M* iVlORRISONj^Mahager.  1 COURTENAY,   B.C,    Branch,    Open Daily.  I WM. HOFP, Manogep,        ��������� 1   ]|  %iliii:iiiiiiiiuiii!ii!ii!Uii!U!iiiii:ii^ )|  P. Philupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC .  CONVEY A: N'CNG  4  'A

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