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Array y  /���������^' - ' 'V-*    '-.  /**  /*"  -A*^  \  THE  NEWS.  J A, 3. C-  A Journal QOvoted E������pecl������Uiy, to the Interests of. Comox  District.  The News, Nineteenth Year.  ���������cumb������ri,and; b. a,  Wednesday, .nov. 22���������d, -'931  The Store  of Quality  The Store  ���������     Of Quality  THE BIG STORE  kaaPify-mata.  WAIT for  -OUR���������  BIG SALE  Subscription $1.00 a Yea  r  ���������BEGINNING  Saturday, Nov. 18  FOR TEN DAYS  WONDERFUL BARGAINS  IN EXCHandTg VERY LINE  eta^-my**  *f**^tamM-*fV*>t***^  Simon Leiser & C<x, Ltd.  Dunsmulr Ave., Cumberland.  Furniture%ttd Household  SUPPLIES  Baths,  liavatori^lL  Plumbing |c  Plumbing j  Supplies  TRY; THE  Locals.  * Special Ten* Days Sale at The  Big Store beginning pay-day.  This is a splendid opportunity to  secure bargains, us thi** immense  stock will lie slaughtered for tlmt  time.  CENSUS RETURNS  The Special Salo nt tlio Big  Store given everyone nn opportunity o������ seeming high grade  merchandise at prices never he-  fore offeicd in this vicinity.  Dr. Kerr, dentist,   ie  nt  tlio  Cumberland Hotel,  FOUN0���������OnoolIno launch on  heach near Cnrtliow's, Comox.  Launch hus red hull, wliito house  with green trimmings. Apply J.  Carthow, Oouiox,  R. Horiial loft for Vancouver  on Friday lust, nnd returned ou  Sunday, lie brought throe horses  back with him.  Tho Jewel Box is n vory appro*  piiatonnd suggestive name which  onr enterprising young towns*  man, Mr. Cf. A. Aston, moro fain*  iliarlv known na "nort," hi'... Mv-  it  en his*, neat and aUuictim jewellery store. The handsome plate  glass show window recently put  | fn is is really nttrnctivo, Wo eon.  igr.'itulale Bert ou tho richness nnd  ���������astoofhis (Hspliiv. That Bert  is yot living iu the joys of   single  I'blossodnos, hut thinking, thinking,  ���������may have something to do ������������������ith  ('the attractiveness of his   display.  rf Mr. K. W. Mnrfln.of tho firm of  ['Hick* 6c Lovick, denier* in pianos  |j;i;i'l mmdeal hihtriimi'jitj', nrrivod  I in'own Inst evening' from   Tie-  [ton":., and will remain a fow days.  Ottawa, Nov. 1-i-,���������The census  bureau '.yesterday, published the  following figures for incorporated cities, towns and villages ih  British Columbia:  :Goino.\.Atlin.��������� Cumberland,  1237; Prince Jiupert, -4-184; Al-  lierni, 851.  Kontenay���������Fornic, 1287; Fort  Steele, 270; Nelson (exclusive Of  suburbs). 4503; Rosslund, 2827;  Cranbrook, 2305; Trail, 141)0;  Slocaii, 181>; New Michel, 002;  Old Michel, 1515; Kovelstoke,  3010; Nhktfup. 347, Golden, U32;  Hosmcr, 30UJ.  JJunainio��������� Ksqnimnlr, 4001;  Nanaimo, 8305; Ladysmith (including South Oyster), 3205.  New "Westminster���������Now West.  minster, 13,304; Stovcston, UOO;  Chllliwack, 1057.  ���������Victoria,���������Vtetoria, 31,020.  Yale* Cnri boo���������Gnnnd Forks,  .1577; Phoenix, 1512; Endorby,  835, Armstrong, 810; Knmloops,  3772, Kelowann, 1003; Vernon,  2071.  , Vancouver���������Vancouver, 100,883  Nortli Vancouver, 7781; South  Vrtiicumor, hi,i)41', Foint ttrny,  4am  it r\ * i o������  WANTED-A girl at  Thoni.  I, ..... ������������������.     i, ���������������>  in nir Avenue.  ^ Mrs, Dt Piket arrived home on  Thursday last from a visit to Vie  torin,  DEVELPMENT WORK  Vancouver, Nov.14,���������The Canadian Collieries Limited   will expend 31.000,000 in   new  equipment   and   other   improvements  (luring the next twelvo.niontlis in  its -Cumberland coalfield on Vancouver Island.'  Work is now un  dor way.   Messrs Grant Smith 6a  Go. have jr.st been awarded a contract for developing a water p^w-  er for running tho mines and run.  ning the mines and operating tho  company's railroad   froin   Cumberland to Union, Bay.   It is propose J to  develop   21,000 'horsepower hydraulically. fifty per cent  of which will bo mechanically developed, leaving the remainder in  reserve for future s requirements,  Tho firm has 150   men   at   work  there. ,  W. L, Coiilson, general manager of tho Dunmnuir Collieries,  which aro now controlled by  Messrs McKotiiriu ifc Maun, is now  here, lie stated that the sinking  nf a 800 foot shaft iu tlie Cum-  ltorlnud field has just been started.  Iu six weeks employment will bo  given to about 150 additional mon  ������nd the pay roll thoro will he in-  creased to an additional 500 within twelve months, Tho develop'  monts uow underway, will open  up n new coal mine which will  bo connected with the emnpiiny'w  railway by a proposed seven mile  spur, construction of which will  be undertaken shortly,   This  THE CORNFR STnpp I  GREAT  Annual  Sale  t  r*.  t  m  I  %  t  tt  ���������������  t  w  m  ������  8  r%  I  r*  POK   PAY-DAY, AND  WEEK  FOLLOWING  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  %  ft  THE CANADIAN BANK  _pm_rwm        mmmm * 1 *  T.E. Bate/Cumberland.  >ro-  Over $100,000 was pid out  fur wagt'S this pay. Win nays  Cnmk'rlnnd is not proi-pi-rom**?  I-r.    Gillespie   arrived   liomo  from Vaneouvor liy Sunday's boat  ^���������������������������..u'tuu   of    hii))������'j*<vHm������iitft   will  cost about #700.000.  Mr, Coulsou states that the  company's relatione with its'in.  uors aro of tho most cordial char-  net-*)', nud that the total output in  tlm Cumberland and Kxteuaion  fields has reached net ween 3,600  and 1,000 tons daily, au iueroAse  ofovertoil pur cent during thi*  pant yeaa. The demand however  fit ill exceeds * tho unnply. The  production will bo vastly inereas*  ed with lhe big iinpvovoir.ent**  uow undor way.  ANGLICAN CONCERT  Tho concert last evening in the  Cumberland Hall   following   the  bazaar and tea under the auspices  of the Anglican church  was  well  attended.    The program was pleasingly varied, and contained   some  excellent numbers.    Miss    Rey-  nolds'. rendition of "My Rosary"  brought\i, well merited encore, as  did also her duet with Mr. Hates,  '���������The Gipsy   Maid."   Tho Irish  Brothersand Mr. Smith received  well deserved   appreciation,   and  also Mr. Bell's   violin   solo,  and  Mr, Kanisay'i   recitation, ''���������How  the Snakes   woro Banished from  Ireland,"    Mi'. Bates'solo, "Sing  Mo to Sloop," wai given  iu  his  own     inimitable    stylo    which  brought  down tho house.    Mr,  Mr, Jluckorhy gavo nn^ld   favor*  ite in good form, and  Mr.  I.owis  1'enderod   "The    Village   Blnck.  smith'' in pleasing style    A solo  was also given hy Mr. Young, and  a male quartette of full measure,  "Jesus, Saviour Pilot Me," was  illustrated with some  interesting  viows thrown upon   the  screon.  Thoso minilu-i'H, u'ith some humorous moving pictures   furnished n  vory enjoyable evening.  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L.L.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000 REST, -   $8,000,000  THE.SAVINGS BANX DEPARTMENT.  of The. Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $r and  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 ire welcomed. a 234  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 the money:  after death, and is especially useful when a man. desires to provide for  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death,  CPMBEBLANp BBANOH.  '. ��������� W. T.  WHITE,   Maang  CHORAL UNIONCONCERTI   ^knowupgms.^ ���������  Mr, -Andrew Williamson takes  this opportunity ef thanking thoro,  who so generously- subscribed toward tho handsome donation oi  money for his bwienV  Cumberland Choral Union's  first concert, in 'Cumberland Hull  on Sunday evening was decidedly  'rand biicccss, A large audience was present, who seemed to  enjoy evory number of the excellent program. His Worship the  Mayor acted m chairman, and  came through that trying ordeal  with flying colors. The Union  is to bo congratulated on lhe success of its initial effort, which  augui'H well for tho future The  collection ai noun led #40,00.  We think tlmt so/nothing might  at least be dono to the stage portion of tho hall to make it a lit  tie more attractive looking, for as  it is uow, it looks like a yawning  chasm. Wo are badly in need of  a new hall,���������-What's tho matter  with tho Eagles.  Ladies Aid I-Janrjnet and Cun-  cert, Thursday, November .JOih,  Cantata, ''A Trip to'Kiuope" and  musical variety.    Don't miss it-  ���������-���������������������<������-  Andrew Williamson, who wns  so furiously inj ii rod somo months  ago'by tho explosion of of dynamite caps, arrived home from  Vancouver on Saturday, whero he  has been undergoing- treatment  for his eye, which is somewhat  improved.  Owing to iiic.rea&o of hu-diier.H,  extendiv������ improvements are underway at tho Cumberland Cafe.  j '    ****. i  Wf^^^^  W Jm>        WI       W   V      tam  tmm**aim~i. ������ji*������.< ��������� >^^ (  ****** mmmmf\ I ^| P^ JJJJJ^    I    J*"J>      i**\^jr|_i      C___x L ^J IVI P^C   1 Z-m_f    j     J���������T ff"^1 ������^y  A Large Stock of WOOL BLANKETS in white and grey.  Heavy C0MF0ETJHR8 for the Winter.  '    $10.00  #8.00  Sxo\vsuoi{, an absolutely pure wool Blanket, white with blue and pink hordeis,  6ox<%, per pair   ...   CAMi'luaiAsSl-KCiAL, n pure wool Ulanket. white only, with blue aud   pink  borders, 6lh, 7m, and 8 Ih , .1*6, $7. and  ISf.AN'n, n heavy grey wool Blanket, nt v;;,.5o, v.;,*.-it uin: *m.m^  Heavy *Vool Conil'otieri-i, covered with mercerised sateen jj.5S5.uo  A new iisNomiicut oi Ladies Colhu.s Jnljots, Heirs nnd Hnndkerchicfsnow in.  mimaammfmmmtmmmmaaammm  Gapipbell Bros.  ..-JU  m. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  m������MM������������M������MM ������������������������������  The  |Round=Upj  A Romaics of Arizona  o  Novrllred From Edmund  Day's Melodrama J������ J������  By   JOHN   MURRAY   and %  MILLS MILLER.  Oaprrtjrht, fax, by a, W. DUUn*. *__  ham Ca  (Continued.)  ���������  Dick Lane bad planned to shield  I3cho by'���������writing to Jack Pnyson. letting lilm break lhe news of his .return,  Pate would have it that she would not  know*, until too late of his escape. A'  letter sent directly to her might have  prevented much unhapplncss nnd many  heartaches. Not till months later, when  happbiess had returned, did Jack real--  Ize that his one great mistake was  made by not telling Echo of Dick's*  tescue.  Both Dick and Echo might have had  a change of heart when they met  again. Echo was young. Dick had  ���������wandered far. Both had lost touch  With common interests. Jack Payson  had entered her life ns a factor: He  was eager and Impetuous. Dick was  settled and world worn by hardship  and much physical suffering. Now'  Jack was at the altar racked with men  tal torture, while Dick waited In the  garden, for his traitorous friend. The  innocent cause of tbe tragedy was  sweetly and calmly replying to the  questions of the marriage ritual, while  Jack was looking, as Allen said to  himself, "darned squeamish."  "According to these words, it is the  will of God that nothing shall sever  the marriage bond." were the, words  that fell��������� upoif Allen's ears as he stooped to look in the window at the wedding party.  "The sky pilot's takiu' a long time  to make the hitch. Darned if I  couldn't hitch up a twenty, mule team  in the time that he's takin' to get them  two to the pole." said Allen, speaking  to himself. \  Dick had grown impatient at Jack's  absence and wandered back from the  garden to the front of the house. Spying Allen, he greeted him with. '*Hell,o,  Uncle Jim."  "That's my name," answered Allen  -snspiciously-r-"butTl-ainit-uucle-to-eve**y-  Btranger that comes along,"  "I'm no stranger," laughed Dick  "you know me.'"  "Do I?" replied Allen unconvinced  "Who are you?"  "The poor orphan you took from an  asylum and made a man of���������Dick  Lane."  "Dick Lane!" repented the astonished  ranchman. "Come back from the dead!"  "No; I'm not dead yet." answered  Dick, holding out his hand, which Allen gingerly grasped as if he expected  te find It thin air. "I wasn't killed. I  have beeu In the hospital for a long  time.   1 wrote Jack.   Ho knows."  "My God!" Allen cried. -"Jack  knows���������youvwroto to him���������he Uuows!"  Over and over he repeated the astonishing news which had been broken to  lilm so suddenly. Here was a man.  as If bnck from the dead, standing In  hla own dooryard. telling lilm that  Jack knew he was alive. No word  had been told him. What would Echo  nay? This, then, explained .luck's  Btrnngo request and his distress.  "And Echo?" Dick questioned, glancing toward the house,  "Echo!" The name aroused Allen.  He Raw at once that ho must act definitely and quickly. Echo must nol  ueo Dick now. It was too Into. The  secret of his return on tho wedding  day must be known only to tho three  men,  "Look horo.  Dick." ho coirminiulort  "Yon   mustn't lot  her see you.    She  mustn't know you lire alive."  Dick was growing confused over the  mystery which was being thrown  about Echo Allen. Klrst Jack hnd  '.old lilm he must wnlt to see her, nnd  now her fut hor tells him ho must never  bop her ngnln or let her know thnt he  Is nllve. Ills strength wns being overtaxed by nil this cms-Inn nnd delay.  "Dick." snld Allen, with deep synv  pnthy, laying liis hiiiid upon the mini's  shoulder, "she's my daughter, nn' I  wnnt. her life to be happy. Can't you  ������oo?     Don't   you   underHlniidV     She  Ihlnks you're dead,"  "What arc ynu snylng?" cried Dick,  trying to fnthom tlio riddle.  "You've come buck ton late, Dlclt,"  ���������ndly explained Allen.  "Ton late!" echoed Dick. "There's  ���������omethlng buck  of nil  this.    I'll see  her now,"  He Htnrled lo enter (he door, but  Alton roHtrnlnrd lilm. "You cnii't go  In!" he shouted to the excited mnn nnd  rmntie,! lilm down the uto.iH. It was  nn onsy tusk for lilm, for Dick wns too  weak to offer much resistance, "No,  you won't," he gently told lilm. IIIh  heart bled for tlie poor fellow, whom  ha loved nlmost iih n son. but Eeho't*  happiness was nt strike, nnd fxplnna  Uou* toi.iiS i-tiun* uiw-t. Muc* iu vuv-  phiulzo his earnestness thnn to trull*  cnn*  intention   to  shoot,   he  Inld  nn  hand on the butt of his revolver, say  lng. "Not If I have to kill you."  Dick begun to realize Hint whntevei  wnn wrong was of (he greatest consequence,   It wns n shock to hlui lo have  his oldest, his best friend In the west  treat him In this fashion.  ���������'Jim!" he cried In IiIh anguish.  "Vou've got to go back  where yoc  come  from.  Iilck."  Hternly niiHwereiJ  the ranchman.   "If ever you loved mj  dnuglil'-r. now'-t your chance to provi  ll.    She taunt never know you're Uv  lo* "-  "Uut"-  ���������lt's a whole lot I'm askin' of you  Dick," continued Allen. "But if you  love her, as I think you do. It may be  a drop of comfort In your heart tc  know that by doln' this great thing fei  her yo<U be makin* her life better an'  happier."  "1 do love her," cried Dick passionately, "but there must be some reason.  Tell me."  Allen held up his hand to warn Dlch  to be silent.   He beckoned lilm to fol-  low him.    Slowly  he led him to tli<  door nnd. partly opening It. motioned j  him to listen.  "Forasmuch as John Payson ani  Echo Allen have consented togotfior Id  holy wedlock." were tho words thai  fell upon his ears.  As the doomed man stands motion  less before his judges and hoars hit  "Not if I have to kill yotu"  death sentence read without a tremor  ofttimes thinking of some trifle, sc  Dick stood for a moment. At first b������  did not fully realize what it all meant  Then the full depth of his betrayal  flooded him. "What?" he cried. "Pay  son!"   Allen held him back.  Again the minister's voice fell upon  their ears, repeating the solemn words  "And have declared the same befor<  God and in the presence of these witnesses, I pronounce them husband and  wife. What God hath joined togethei  let no man put asunder."  Dick, shaken and hurt, slowly sant  to his knees, covering his face with his  hands. A dry sob shook his frame  Here was the end of all his hopes,  here the sad reward for years of toi!  and waiting.  "Now you know why you can't staj  here," said Allen, his' tones full ol  pity-  "Now I know."  ���������piclr*sTaT?geWd"to^  ed .blindly away from the house.  ; "Dick." cried Allen in a broken voice,  "forgive   me.    She's   my   child!    Sk<  loves him now!"  The betrayed friend took bis band  without looking at him. In vain ...be  tried to hide his deep emotion. "I  know," he* faltered. "I'll never trouble her.   I'll go away never to return."  "Whcre'II you go?" asked Allen.  "Back where I came from���������hack into  the (V.isert. Into the land of dead  things. .Goodby!"  As he1 wrung the ranchman's band  and turned to walk out of the life ol  bis,old comrades and the woman be  loved be heard the minister.- repent:  "Tbe blessing of the Almighty Fat hei  rest uppn and abide with you now and  forovermorc.  Amen,"  "Evermore, Amen!" faltered Dick,  bidding a Inst mule farewell to Allen,  Tho old ranchman watched him  qulotly as lie mounted his horse and  rode clown the trull,       .  Ills reverie was Interrupted by the  bursts of laughter of the wedding  guests and the cries of Fresno: "Kiss  the bride. Slim!   Kiss the bride!"  tne wagon brought It Over from,Florence station little work was done about  the place. The Instrument had been  unpacked and placed In the livlug room.  In Echo's.absence. -Mrs. Allen, Polly  and Jim rode over to be present nt the.j  presentation. The donors gathered "in-,  the living room to admire the gift,  which shone bravely under the energetic polishing of Mrs., Allen.  "That's aii elegant instrument," wna  her observation ns she flicked an imaginary speck of dust from the case,  Polly opened the lid. saying, "Just  what Echo wanted."  Jim cocked his head as If he were  examining a now., piuro pony.  "Sent all the way np'to Kansas City i  fer It, chV"  "That's r'Tlit, Uucle Jim!" chorused  the punchers.  "Now the room's complete." announced Polly, "Echo's made a big  change around here." The group  grn.vely followed Polly's approving  glances.  "That she has." assented Mrs. Allen  "Looked like a barn when Jack was a  bachelor. This certainly Is the finest  kind of a birthday present you all  could have thought of."  "Josephine '11 cVy in a minute, boys."'  chuckled Allen.  '���������You bosh up!" snapped his wife,  glaring at the grinning ranchman.  Sagebrush poured o'l on the roughening waters by changing the conver  sation. Speaking as if making a dare,  ho challenged. "What I .want to kuo.w-  ls, is there anybody here present as cau  rasslo a tune out. of tliat there box?"  No one came'forward.  "Ain't there none of. you boys that  can play on a pianny?" be demanded.  "I've played on the big square one  down at the-Lone SUr." gravely, piped  up Show Low.  "What did you play?" asked the inquisitive Polly. ..".  "Poker," answered Show Low seriously, his face showing no trace of  burner.      ,  "Poker!" Polly repeated, in disgust-,.  "That's all thoy  ever plays on it."  explained Show Low indignantly.  ,.-"  (To be-continued). ���������  NOBLE ROLLING STONES  BRITISH     PEERS     WHO     HAVE  KNOCKED ABOUT A BIT.  (.'HAPTEN X.  FIVE weeks had*"passed sfnen the  1'i.iiTliigo of Ho ho** mid Jack. On  i'or return from the honeymoon  Iti the littlo hunllng cabin In  tho Tortilla range the young wife sot  to work, and already great changes  had been mnde In the ranch house on  the Sweetwater. Uooiiih wore rcpa*  pored and pahlted. The big center  room was altered Into n cozy living  room, On tlio long, low window, giving nn outlook on fields of n I fulfil, com  and the silver ribbons of the Irrigation  ditches, dnliity muslin ciirnilui*' now  bung, Potted geriuiluniH filled the sill,  iind In the unused fircpliice Echo hnd  placed a Jnr, of foriw. A clock* tlcl'in.t  on tlio iniinielpiece added (o ilieclieei-  fulness and lionilness of the house, Oi  the walls horns of mountain "beep atu!  antlers of antelope and deer nlternnteil  with tho mounted bonds of puma and  j binV.'t'i, iliioiv^ii iin- \,\.\'i\ Y.itvtiw*!!  j one eiuight n glimpse of tho nrms of n  windmill nnd the outbuildings of ttif  home ranch. Navnjo blanket* wore  scattered over the doors nnd sents.  Echo hnd taken Ihe souvenir* of the  hunt nml trail wh/cb JiicU'had collected and, with n womim'M touch nf re  fliicnient, Iind iiK'rf tlit-tn foi* decorative effects. She bnd in inUh. im-fle  the room her very own. The grace  nnd charm of her personality wore  Rtnmpod upon the environment.  The men of the ranch fairly worship  rd Echo. Sending to Kansas City,  they purehnned n plnno for her ns n  birthday gift.   On the morning when  GOLD FOrVJEWELERS.  Most of the Raw Material It Bought  From the Government. ' "7.'  Jewelers derive "their .gold supply  from various sources, such as old jew  elry. banks and refineries, but the  greater part of the raw gold used by  the manufacturer comes from tbe government ''*..':'.'  From the reflner.������the gold comes to/',  "the factory irTth^fo1fm^f~BWtoiaa"br~  granules. The refineries employ the  waste of the jewelry shops and by  burning off the material portions nnd  subjecting the result to certain, processes recover much gold that otherwise would be lost to the trade.  For many years there was a steady  drain on the gold coin in circulation,  caused by tbe use of the coin by jew  elers in search of raw material. The  fact that our government turned out a  coin that after passing through .the  assay office was of twenty-two carat  fineness, only two grains below the  pure gold standard, and bnd also been  worked over, the silver and copper  forming the alloy having been mixed  thoroughly In the gold before the coin  was minted, mnde the gold coin pur  ticulnrly attractive to tlie jeweler  The manufacturer experienced no trou  ble when tbe gold coin was used, ln  nsmueh as the alloy always had been  combined witb tho metal, and all that  was necessary for the commercial  utilization of the coin wns to nlloy tt  sufficiently to bring tbe gold down to  the point required; also, from the jeweler's viewpoint, a lot of time and difficulty wns saved. Inasmuch us this  scheme did nwny with much bookkeeping and rendered unnecessary tho tying up of considerable n mourns of  money ln the purehnso of rnw mate ���������  rial to bo held ns stock. Lnter. however, the government made up the  pure gold in brick or bar form, nnd It  Is ln thnt shnpe the greater bulk ot  the supply Is now derived.  Thnnsnnds of dollars puss between  the bunk.*- and the manufacturing Jew  ���������elorH every yenr In the forms of bars  of gold, tiie banks handling these for  the benefit of their clients,- Tho bricks  vnrr In value uoflordlng to, weight from  $200 to $n00 und como with l'ie gov  eminent assay office stamp ns a guar  ���������nteo of purity and ttneneHs.-Now  York Press.  Lord Hardwicke.Has Mined In Many  Parts of the World and Has Escaped Death, In Several Forms���������Lord  Lyveden Has Been Actor, Steward  and Gardener���������Earl of Egmont  Was Seaman Before the Mast.  Open a British peerage-book-where  you will, nnd you can scarcely fail to  iind'a page that does not contain at  least one "rolling-stone," in whoso  veins'is an adventurous strain which  ha.-' carried him . through many  stronge adventures before he subsided into the dignity of the- aristocrat or the, wearer of a coronet. Indeed, you "will find several' of them  wearing their coronets find helping to  mako. our laws to-day  APR0MISIN8 SHOT.  Cadet   Hagarty   Has   Twice   Headed  -ist  of  Canadians.  Cadet Lieut. D. G&*.*r Hagarty. wb.������  has twice distinguishvl him-elf as the  best shot sent by Canada to the boys'  Bisley in London, Eaglaud, is a native of Toronto.  He is a son of Principal E. W. Hng-  arty, of the Harbord.Colegiate ln*ti-  tute. Born August 9," 1894, hn is now  ouiy 17 years of age.  He yr.-?d the High/School entrance  examination when twelve years oi age.  Owing to his physique he was enrolled  in the Harbord Cadats at the age ol  thirteen, and early distinguished him-  selt as a good shot at-the 'iorutito  Armories, in the summer ol 190^, -n  the Canadian Rifle League competition, he made the score ou the  strength ol which he was selected u-  one of t .vo cadets to represent Canada  tor the irst time at .taa noys' Bisky  ou Empire Day,1 May 24, 11)09, being  then only fourteen years-of age. On  tout occasion his mother accompanied  him, and was the first woman to be  DAINTY TRIFLES.  Novel Desserts That Appeal Alike  to Children and Paterfamilias.  USES  OF  ICE  CREAM  CONE,  afterwards receiving a handsome pre;  ent, consisting  of a case oi  French  cut  glass.  Irom  Lord  Roberts  as   a  recoguitiou ol  her" patriotism  iu  accompanying the lad to Englu.ua.  He got, seventh place in the grand  aggregate competition for the Tru-oess  pi Wales' gold medal.- ',;  He bas twice captained in Canada  Lord Roberts' team at Ottawa lor uoys  under  sixteen  years of age.  At the boys' Bisley of lull he captained the Canada A team wbo so -Jis-  unguished; themselves iu the "kiiutik-  out" coutest with the best cadets in  England, Australia and South. Africa,  and won the team aggregate ior the  meeting., He carried ob a** prizes  three gc'J inedals, a match ritie and  a tidy little sum of money.  lie is six feet in height, is a clever  Rugby and hockey player, aud also  excels ou the violin, being instructed  in the latter by another distinguished  Harbord graduate, Mr. Frank Hal-  bhaus, the representative ot Canada  at Coronation m the 220, yards' race.  Progress  In   Edmonton.  The Edmonton Journal wants to  know wnat is tne matter with holding a national exhibition iu Edmonton, say in the year 1914. This sug-;  gestiou is thrown out apropos of recent, vast, cnanges which have been  taking place iu the capital city oil  Alberta. Edmonton is oue of the west-1  eru,.'.oiues which has become, morej  than"a jumping-off place for-get-rich-i  quic;ii investors. People have begun to-  go lo Edmonton, to see Edmonton,',  jditi-as they stop off for a few days in'  Quebec, iViwutreal and Toronto. Next-  year, two oi the largest bodies which,  annually convene in Canada, .will ho I'i,  Woodpile   and   Discipline.  The All Snint.*. troop of '(.couts ai  Calgary, who went into camp recent*  ly, linn ndopled nn entirely origlnnl  method of disciplines. It should appeal to moft 9cotitm.i*ters nnd big  tmopn of scouts, In then* unlo#s  discipline h Hrlctly .enforced, rough*  i*ou*-o of the w.orct ������ort will dc-volon.  The Western method will nip it In  tho bud.' The All Saints troop.* will  not1 hnve a ._ninrdhoiisev but n woodpile, which is far more effective, A  r>/irH^n of the ������ennt,<. will each dnv  he dotnehod for polico duty. They  will hove to re.iort nil cuica of die-  obedience. These will bo brought  before tho commander-in-chief nwl  -.putoncu being piu-Hcd puni-Owm-nt  will bo worked mitson tho woodpile.  No more ouleient method of dUc-ip-  line c/in bo ���������.uggostod thnn hard work  und the woodpile ii tho, poor of work  machines.   i  His Ont Good Trait.  Jonen���������vVhom-V'-r, I borrow money 1  try to borrow It from.u peHulinmu  ilrowH-\Vhr<V  .lonen-A p-'t-Hlml-ir npror ������*x|w-ctn to  gut It back.���������Now'XcniotiU l*t������*e Lmiico.  To MsWe tne Hot-tes Go,  Ltf> w**m* thi* m**������r"j'  To rmiK* iho hom-* an,        v  lei ������'* joy nm������. toy honey.  When you went to o������������ ������o.  An' (kuppmvti U ilu'i you  jjefortf you areem or -mw  -Atlsniu ConstttutloB.  /^l^'^'^ I   m-^.-mammTiS..  KS^IV  ihnn the present Lord Hardw:cke--  earl, viscount and baron. "When,"  he says, "as a young irian of twenty,  four, I left England'for a Tasmaninn  mine, I had no more idea that I  should ever succeed to a title than  the average working man."  In ]894j this' peer-to-be was plying  his pick in a silver-lead mine in  Tasmania; a year-later he was busy,  pesreing-out claims in the West Aush,  tralia goldfie.lds. From Australia lift  wandered all over the world .on his  roundabout way to the gold mines ot  South Africa'."' ��������� ���������'.-..  "For ten years," . his lordship recalls, "I worked like a nigger, on  wages which once sank as low as 5s.  a day. I could, tell you of long night!  shifts underground, at a temperature,]  of 95 degrees,- when there were 42  degrees of frost up : above; and of  more than one escape from a violent  death."  Courtenay Robert Percy, third (and  present) Lord Lyveden, can look  back on a; career even more adven-,  turous, before the House of Lords  opened its doors to give him welcome.'  The son of a country parson, he was  a private in the Royal Artillery before, most youth., of his class have  left Eton. Throwing off his uniform,  he, had a spellas strolling, actor before launching on the singular and  varied career which led him by devious ways to his coronet.  Among the many roles he- played  during these wandering years were  those of ship-steward, ship-caterer,  and* market-gardener. In one menial  post or another he Toamed all over!  the earth; on one memorable day  narrowly escaping drowning, only  to-have-a���������still-narrower���������-escape.Ji������.ari:  hour later, from falling masonry'  shattered by an earthquake.  Only last year another famous  "rolling-stone" disappeared from tho  roll qf peers in the person of Augustus Arthur, Earl of Egmont, viscount  and, threefold baron, who, five-and-  twenty years before he came to his  unexpected earldom, was working as  a common seaman before the mast,  thus following in the footsteps of the  late Earl of Aberdeen, who was washed overboard to his death before he  even began to think of claiming his  titles.  Wearying of the high seas the  future Earl of Egmont came to London and put on a fireman's helmet  for a time, before finding a snug  berth as keeper of Chelsea Town Hall.  A spell of work in a Cheshire saltmine was followed by a trip to South  Africa, from which he was summoned to his titles and his,thousands of  acres in Sussex nnd Ireland.  Lord George Drummorid, heir' to  the Perth earldom, some forty yenrs  ago turned liis bnck on Englnnd nnd  shipped as a stevedore, mid played  in succession the unnristocrntic pnrtH  of porter, packer, and night-gateman  on a railway, before ill-health .put  nn end1 to his' activities; and, it is  said, he owed his support- for soma  timo before his death to his wife's  busy nnd devoted needle.  Thus, as wo turn over-the.'-leaves  of the peerage, Ihe strango panorama  of rom'nnoo passes before our eyes,  We seo Lord Leitrim's brother nnd  heir stoking his way across tho Atlnntic to herd cows, as the present  Earl of Caithness is snid to have done  before hini, on his Borriedalo rnnch.  "I wns tired of London society," this  heir to the Lcitrim earldom said before starting, "I have found thnt it  is nil artificial and unreal. So I  hnvo decided thnt, if T .stuck to London, .drawing-rooms my lifo would  ferment into tnore froth like those of  thn> nobility around mn."  Other scones in our panorama exhibit a brother of tho Earl of IT arc-  wood in his showmnn's vim, presenting liis "nutomntic pictunm" to gii.**  ing crowds of rustics nt country fairs*,  the lato Earl o! Seafield toiling nt his  hedging and ditching on, New Zen-'  land forms; mv I/ord Fairfax plying  liis pen at a nnnkor's desk in Now  York; tho Into Earl of Tlnehnn pocketing his modest fees as jockey j and  tho fourth Karl of Wilton IniHking it  on the bench nt Brighton, whllo,tho  fnmily solicitor wns on ' his way to  announce that he, hnd succeeded to  an curl's coronet nnd a sent in tho  Houso of Peers,  Something the Girls at a Luncheon  Party Pronounced "���������Perfectly Wonderful"���������Try Serving lo* Cream With  Apple Pie.  Freezers of the smallest sire have  made it the work of a few momenta  to prepare a pint of cream or of custard for freenlng.  This renders .tt possible to combine  the frozen tidbit with other dessert*  during the warm weather to the great  improvement of tbe latter.  To the children the little Inverted  cone of vanilla cream surmounting a  their gatherings in Edmonton ��������� the  Canadian Medical Association and the!  Presbyieriaji General Assembly. What:  is helping along this touriat and con-'  veutioii trek to Edmonton, is the rail-1  way-boom taking place there, By'this,  time next year tne G.T.P. will be well,  into the mountains, perhaps tapping:  tne 'Peace Kiver country, where the:  CN.lt. expects W��������� have Bl,anded. ,Tti,n-  road,to Atnabasca Landing should be  in touch with the waterways of tiie!  nurui. Also, at the same date, it is,  possible that the C.P.R. will have run'  .is tirst train into the city, and linked'  up Edmonton with Stiathcoua.���������  oiuiauiuu Courier;  JDUOHTM OAKS.  baked apple or ������ saucer of berries Is  luxury exemplified, and even paterfamilias will smile upon the novelty.  Tbe cream or water Ice is so easy to  do that Lizzie or Bridget will not object to the slight additional trouble il  her own portion is carefully reserved  for her.  Besides the fruit desserts just mentioned a cone of cream ln vanilla ot  other flavor is extremely good oo  many, kinds of pudding.  Ou brown betty, bread, fruit tapioc������  and even rice pudding it is highly preferable to fresh cream or sauce, tc  most minds, and is not more indigestible. _ .' ���������"; ,,     '      "    '���������*,���������  At ia girl's luncheon the other day  chocolate  layer cake  was served as> ���������  dessert with a spoonful of coffee Ice  cream on ench portion, and the young  guests were delighted with It  The improvement which a tablespoonful of ice cream makes in a portion of pie needs no mention here, and  to many palates muskmelon is never  quite so delicious as when tilled with  -tha.t-of-vauUla_flavor,_but_fjMv___house^  keepers perhaps are aware how mucbi  a small quantity of water Ice adds to>  a Balpicon of fruit served ln glasses,  whatever the flavoring employed for  the fruit mixture.  Duchess cake, prettily decorated. Is*  mighty good for a summer dessert.  To make,, the cake trim n cake round,  cut it in "two"spread with butter icing and place together. Decorate witto  ���������white frosting, angelica and cherries.  "Charloy" Show.  One of the really unique personalities among Canadian writers poesed  awuy^ a lew,weeks ago in the person  ot Charles Lewis Shaw of Winnipeg.  Although ior several yeara past, Air.  toinivv had -confined himself to un*  lium-drum existence of a lawyer iu  tne cubital of Manitoba, there wus a  turn- wnen he was well knowu in the  east, lu his youth, his adventurour*  spirit made him seek the uncertain'  career ol a war correspondent, and  ne journeyed up the Nile with the  relief expedition to Khartoum. Hi*  won his tu'ine chiefly by writing about  Alriea, und he made extensive usi-.v  ol his material collected iu the Dark  Continent..  Before going to tho west, "Charlie".  Shaw wnu connected for some time  with a Toronto daily. It was frequently said he was a magazine writer rather than a newspaper man, and he ud-'  mittud tho charge. He wna in the;  habit of saying with regard to that  description of his work: "I have nuvci.  been able to make out whether or not  it is a compliment. Some people say.  it to me, and 1 feel that, 1 am u pug  above my job, whilo others say it iv  that I carry away an, ituiirossion thnt/  1 am earning my salary under lul������e  pretences,"���������Saturday Night.  I  A GIRL'S ROOM.  fi Humoring n Lunatic.  Some years ngo a very \v������uUhy mnn  in England got it into his hend thnt  he hod lost nil his money. To pnc'.fy  him his sons told him thnt they hnd  unved the remnnnls of the estate arid  WI.-10. iiiiin   lu   w'iVr    ,..|t.   i in|iiu;<iin nt,  as n clerk. At $7,50 tl week ho worked ns happy iih n nr;noo for,tho lat-t  twenty yenn* of liis life, , \Yhcn ho  died his estate amounted to nenrly  $16,000,00(1.  BrownlhR't Addreei.  Curious   missives   nre , frequently  gent to   tin! 11 ru wiling Hull   at>.-\Vnl-  worth, London, a  "Letters   addressed  to  Browning Ilnll,  E*q., liave come  'Fellow-  He Will Bo, Misted.  Uriah Wilson, the voternn'from Len*  nox-Addlngton, has delivered his swan  song in Pnrliumunt after twenty-rlve.'  ycurs' continuous Bervlco. When the,  electors of thu Kastern Ontario constituency come to mark 'their ballot*  in a few weeks' time the name of Wilson will be missing therefrom, Uriah  goes back to his shoe (tore in Nnpu-'  noil, He wns lor many years the chief  expert of the Opposition ou the c\\m*-  tion of immigration. Kneh session he  contributed much time and attention  to this, und his views and suggestion*  always received consideration by thf  Government.  But aftor bis-twonty-livu  yeura M-cul, under UK' ieuuerntup ol  Sir .1. A. Mar-dr.nri'ld, Bir John Abbott,  Sir John Tliompson, Sir Mitokenziu1  Howell, Sir Charles Tuppcr and Mr.  Jt, h, Borden, ���������.lie deserve* the i-o-ii-  he is seeking. Tlm new I'arlinmeuv  will Hci-iii stiangc for a tlmo without  1 . ' l -       , (        IT.   ���������       t .'  li I v:    ilnll,..itk    |iiiiw.vvi  utday Night.  mi     Vik.Afc..  The Thieo'Sasslon Parliament,  1 The Piirliaiui'iii, which lias just  been dissolved, was rciiiurkiiblo tor  the few changes which tool; place in  the membership ol the House. There  was only one death, that ol Dr. Ilurr,  of Dufferin, and only thren bye-elec-  tions. These wen* iu UiUierin, whdru  John A. Best replaced Ur. Burr* in  North Ksnex, where Oliver Wileux *ue-  ceudud   Uou.   ...   F.   Sutliurlliiid, up.  j lo us." records n writer   in _._, _(.  i ship," whilst on one or two occniions J ���������pointed to tlie bench; nud in Drum*  ; some cstlmnbK' folk, hopelessly ob-i mond und Arthiibn������kH. where Mr.  I livious of the flight of time, have dn.j Loui������ Laverimc apjHiiutcd to thu Sen-  luiunii-d "thu pti-scut uddiLSi of Mi. j ate, wusi ivpiucud Uy iit. Gilbert, lit,  Ilobert Browning." j t-oualist.  ���������fl  Should Be a ''Homey Looking," Cozy  Apartment.  A girl cnn len rn nothing tioore uaeful  than the simple trick of nnvlug her  own room beautiful, attractive and  clean. It Is not always possible, to  have flno furniture, but one can bave  n "homey looking" room.. One thing  is absolutely necessary, a room must  be clean. A few pictures, clean bedspreads, pretty linen dresser pieces  and chnlr cushions are necessary.  Cover tho trunk (If kept in tho room!  .with a cretonne cover, and have a  scrap basket to hold littlo odds and  ends, wblcb must be burned. On the  table hnvo well selected books and  magazines. Keep gay postal curds lull nont postnl enrd book. Do not deco*  rnto the walls with them. for. pretty ns  mnny nre, they hoou hang crooked nnd  make n room look untidy. Hnve n  place for shoes, for If anything innkcB  n room upset It Is n pair of tan shoe*  lying pigeontoed under tho bod nnd  another pair of black ones under tbo*  dresser. Keep,.the closet In' order ei*  thnt when tho door,la opouod yo*i.will  not bo ashamed to hnvo any one see  bow you keep yonr clothes, If you  put thing nwny ns you use tlicm you  can hnvo n room llko this. Hnve one  palm or fern gruco your room, and it  it dies get u uow ono.  Getting Rid of Pllei,  "Wo do not ww screens In our cp*  por windows, yot nro never trouble!  wltb files nnd only oopnslotinlly by u  mosquito," said a careful housekeeper.  "Por an hour each morning the windows und shutters nre opened wide tor  air and mm, but very crnrly, tho room*  nro put In ordor. Thin moans thut nil  dust Ih carefully removed nnd that all  crockery Is dry and perfectly cleun.-.  Then tho blinds are closed and tho  curtains partially drawn, leaving tha  rf-An* rtorlf nnd i������i\n\ and nweot���������not nf  nil nttrnctivo to Men, On retiring w������  laiivo-1 tho shutters 'closed nml uho  candles for light, bocnuse thoy glvo  Hiullcli'iit light without dimming mucti  hont or uttrnctlng Insects. I have nev-  or been troubled with mot Iih In roonm  so treated. I keep nil the houso rather dark during Intense hent, as It U  cool, nnd refreshing nftor the lint glnro  outMlde, hut lipvornl,tltrio������ each week.I  let In plenty of siuiHhlni* to dispel any  possible' dnmi'ineHM, nnd there to un  nbiindiinei.. or fr-Nli nfr nt nil tlmen.''  The ttfaefr V������tlv������f Runrf,  Fashion has brought bnck Into being;  , tho uso of the t rtnrtor I rich blnck vol*  j vet Imnd nroun'',''(no top of die l������c������  collar.    It In orniuuentod, with tiny  slid** of ent siool or brilliants.  Theso  cnn bo bought rendy to wenr In tho  French Jewelry dopirtmento ot tbt  Urio tbopg.  . ;���������������  i-  if it  m  i mm ii iiniiilff&^L^ Iri ift  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  a "  HUTT  Company  LIMITED  FOUR POPULAR PLOWS:  JEWEL  HIGH-LIFT GANG,  JEWEL HIGH-LIFT SULKEY GANG,  BEAVER    HIGH-LIFT  GANG,  EMPIRE CHIEF  WALKING GANG,  CRICULTURAL  /"_���������������������������>������������������-���������.>'*...:-.���������"  IMPLEMENT  V .  " . ,-'.;.v   -..  ^   ._��������� __rt-.- *'-\^������j������--i>*isv .-'- ���������:__ .  FEEDING A WARSHIP.  Have You a Copy  It Is FREE  OUR BEAUTIFUL  CATALOGUE IU  LU8TRATED-  rtl������th������b������������t exclusively Fur Ga-  taloKu* Issued In  Canada. 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This, assures you of not only correct style and  fit, but also correct quality and thorough workmanship.  ALTERATIONS  REMODELING  We can make your alterations and remodeling now better and  cheaper than later on in the season, when we have more than we  can attend to.   Write to us for estimate, and do it right away.  WRITE FOR CATALOGUE TO-DAY  The Sellers-Gough Fur Co., Limited  The Largest Exclusive Furriers in the British Empire  TORONTO MONTREAL  Save ono or two turkey wings..Thoy  nre the host brushes in tho world to,  use. around a stove, and splendid for  swooping closet shelves. Weight the  wing tip with iron until it dries.  A ploanniit niodlolno for ohlldron Is  Mothor flravcw' Worm Kxtorniinator, and  thero Is liotlilnir bottor for driving worms  from tho system.  Admire a womnn nnd she will  miro your *good tnsto.  ad*  Mlnard's Llnlmont for salo everywhere  Ever notice thnt a train is nearly  always lato. when you are early?  It wns a smnll hoy who snid: "A  Boft aunt, nir, tiirnoth away wrath."  Tho most convenient nnd cheapest  of all disinfectants to uso in tbe cellar  is quicklime. It'may he placed in  dishes, in bins or cupboards, or scattered iooso in dark, damp comers,  Vory many norsoiiH dio annually from  onolora and Ulndrnd.munnior oomplalntH,  who miijhti havo boon saved if proper  romodioii had boon muni. If nttaakoti, do  not delay In irnttlim a bottlo of Dr. J. D.  KoIIork'h Dynontory Cordial, tho modioino  thnt novor fallH to oll'oot a onro, Thoso  who havo liHod it say It ants promptly,  and thorouijlily guhdm-H tho pain and disease.  When tho skin, burns and is harsh  to the touch it does not need water.  It should bo cleansed with cold crenm  and wiped with a soft cloth, then  sponged with a mild solution of  benzoin and alcohol.  His Nonchalent Debut In tbe British  House of Lords.  ; On one,occasion a gentlemanly appearing individual walked boldly up,  Jthe steps of St. Stephen's, London^  ���������passed the various officials, turned  into the House of Lords passage and  dn a self-possessed manner entered the  robing room.   *  ��������� "Lord Normanby's robes."  The attendants looked surprised.  ��������� "But, my lord"���������he began.  . "I know it's absurd," said the  stranger, "but my tailor cannot finish  my robes in time, and I must attend  jthis sitting. Lord Normanby was so.  .kind as to offeT���������You understand?"  ; "Oh, certainly, my lord," responded  tthe, rober.  1 The crimson and ermine was rto-,  'duced and donned, and the pseudo  'peer strolled into the house, where a  ifew peers were waiting, administered,  |a series of affable nods.right and left'  ���������and - finally took his, place on the  'woolsack.  , For full thirty seconds he sat there,  while those present tried to collect  .their faculties. Then he slowly arose  and, remarking to the clerk, "How,  . stupid of , me���������I now remember I  ihave an appointment elsewhere," retired from the chamber. In the robing room he remarked, "Thank Lord  Normanby and tell his ��������� lofdsmp I  have just recalled a pressing appointment with the king."  "Yes, my lord. What name?" ������  "What name?" echoed the other, in  assumed astonishment. "What name?  Really, my good fellow, you must be  careful���������very careful. It does not do  to forget yourselt in this assembly-  But 1 will overlook your slip this  time.   Good morning." "'  That evening it was known at the  Beefsteak Club that Banister, the  actoii had.won a bet of $250."  ���������''- '���������' -��������� ���������-        "B"  Liked Colored Shirts.  ... *  "Whether King George will ever be  the leader of fashion that his father  was   time   alone   can, tell,"   gravely  states a publication devoted to styles  in men's clothing.  "King Edward was  known to have the largest wardrobe  of  any  monarch in the  world.    He  kept in readiness about 200 suits of  :one kind or another, as many shirts  for various occasions a*d upward of  100 hats and caps.   About 50 of these  suits  were  removed  each year from  Jhe___active__lMs  and became perquisites of his two valets. V  "Six thousand'dollars was figured  as an estimate^pf the value of his regular wardrobe, but in this amount  his numerous uniforms were the most  extravagant consideration. He was  honorary colonel of more than 30 regi-  'iijents and thus required about 100  uniforms ready for use at any moment.  "It is interesting to know that he  did not pay the high prices for his  general apparel that might be supposed. A pair of trousers cost him from  $10 to $15; lounge suits $50 and evening clothes $75. The society men of  ito-day often pay much more for similar garments.  ' "The late King's taste in dress was  not so much that of the exquisite as  that, of a smartly attired man. To  ���������wear what was most becoming was  |his interpretation of the art of being  Iwell dressed. Englishmen at one time  jwere extremely conservative in regard to their clothing and woro very  islow to ndopt any radical change in  istylo. Colored shirts, tan shoes, tho  iAipine hat and numerous other accessories did not go in England until  sanctioned by the lato King Edward."  The Stress and Strain of the Stoker's  - Calling.  "Pull speed ahead! Shake her up!"  ihouts the navigating lieutenant ou  the bridge of the battleship. The listener hears the "ding-dong" of the  engine-room telegraph-bell as the indicator is swung over to the extreme  point of the dial; the engineer below  pulls a huge lever, and opens the  throttle-valve to admit more steam to  the engine, and the vessel lashes the  sea into an angry-foam as its propellers thrust it, forward through the  waves,   .    - ���������������������������;,:  That is the outward and visible part  of the exeoution of the order, but deep  down in the hull of the ship, perhaps  below the water-line, there are souh  to whom the command is quite as  significant, and upon whom the officer  is dependent, for the extra speed he  requires,  Working in white duck trousers, often stripped to the waist, the stokers  perspire freely as they trim, the coal,  Dank the fires, and generally arrange  for the replenishing ol the energy'  whloh the ocean greyhound is expending. ��������� :.,..  The temperature is high���������well above  that of which we have been complaining during the recent drought; the  working space is necessarily confined,  and the hard, manual labor is intensified by the action of the bending required for the work.  The engineers and shipbuilders have  carried out their contract, the artificers have tendea and kept every pan  of the mighty machine in perfect order, but it depends upon the stoking  to popduce the speed from the vessel  whion it was intended she should attain.  His Majesty King George, popularized, himself among the stoker ratings  of the service when, on his trip to  Oanada, he went below and joined the  men making up the fires of the Indomitable, and there is no doubt that  His Majesty realised in practical fash*  ion the value of the work carried on,  unseen on deck, at all the battle practices and manoeuvres. '  The stoker is subject to many and  great dangers, as ��������� illustrated by the  recent accident on the torpedo-boat  destroyer Kangaroo when off Beachy  Head on July 21et. The vessel waa  carrying out speed trials, the engines  being urged to their utmost capacity,  when a stgam-pipe burst. The acoi-  dent-was such as might occur to any  boiler, marine or otherwise, the power!  of superheated steam being ao tremendous that the slightest undetected  blow-hole or flaw in a pipe may develop into a split under pressure at  any time, and the inevitable result ia  a deadly rush of steam from the fracture  There was a pressure of 200 pounds,  to the square inch in the boilers whon  the "catastroph"e"6c"curred.  FALL  Skin Sores  When troubled with fall  rashes,eczema, or any skin  disease apply Zam-Buk:  Surprising how quickly it eases  the smarting end stinging I Also  cures cuti, burnt, soros end piles.  Z&m-Bulc is medefrom pure herbs! eiiencei. Noenimelfats���������no  mineral poisons. Finest heeler I  Drufjuti and Sttm BiarpaKari.  am-Buk  WANTED ,��������� Representatives, either  sex, locally,': on goods necessary as  bread; salary two dollars per day and-  commission; experience unnecessary.  J. L. Nichols & Co., Limited, Toronto.  The "Wellington" Hat  for men. Canadian-made. Guaranteed best hat value in Canada.  All sizes and shapes in soft and  stiff felts. Ask your Dealer, or  write at once to  CHAS.  C.   PUNCHARD  & CO.,  Toronto, Ont.  ���������IEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD,  -.I-u.'Winslow's' Booth ino Svacr hu ben  sed for over SIXTY YBARS by MrXWONtt o*  JOTHBR8 for their -rail,DREN WHILH  TKHTHING, with PBRFI'C 6UCCE8������. It  S0OTHE8 the CHIU), SOHtUNS the O0M1  AU.AYS all PAIN: CURBU WIND COUC. axm  ia the belt remedy for DIARRHOEA. It la ao.  solutely hnrrnlenn. Be ������ure nod uk for "Mr*  Winslow'n Soothing Sytup," and take no oUttf  kind.   Twenty-five centa a bottle.  What Kroat wrong Hhould be righted  next? We Bhould have ut "least two  grinding at onoo.  No onn would listen lo you talk if  he didn't know it wiih bis turn next.  Sold in all pvjrts of the World.  Canada's Modi Brilliant Representative.  It has proved its superiority over scores  of other makes, and has won popularity  solely on its merits.  It's good for your shoes. ������  THE P. F. DALLEY CO., Limited,  HAMILTON, Ont.,   BUFFALO, N. Y.   end  LONDON, En*  hov/'s This?  ���������fla offnr Ono triiniiri'il Dollars Rpwnrfl im ut,  um ol Catarrh tliat cannot bo ourciJ by t-sll'  ntnrrli Curo.   ,  "  i.OIII-INKVACO, 'loiriK   i  Wo, tho iinilomliinod, huvo known V, J, (,'hi'ii*>  or tho lunt 15 yearn, uiid bcllovo hlrn .lorfcctly Imn  (ruble In nil Imalm-wi trniinaotloii" muI llrniiu-mlly  ^blo to carry out any obilvatlonu matlu by hln firm.  WAMIINQ, KIN'NAN A MAIIVIN,  Wlioloattln Drunr-lfiln, Toledo 0  ..fill's Catarrh   Curo   to   takon   Internally   ai'llnu  Itrontty upon tlm blood and mucous surtaci'S o' tlm  lysinrn.   Titiitlmonliils sent trco,   I'rlce 75 ctnli *���������  lottln, Hold by all nrimiilsts,  '1'ako Hall's 1'amllv IMUs (or conuli;-������inn  >aa������aJ  Snid Mr. Bullion to hia intended  aon-in-law:  "Have you fixed up tho date for the  weddim,' vol, young manP"  "That, rcnliml thu tactful young  man, "T. slut 11 leave entirely lo Mary."  "And what kind of an affair it it  going to he? Do you want it done in  Htyle, or would you prefer it to lie it  quiet nhowp"  The young man eonnidered for a moment,   Then ho Hiiid:  "1 think, nir, I Hhould leavo that entirely to Mm. Bullion,"  "Um! And what is tho amount of  your income?" ���������  "Oh, Unit, nir," aiiHworeil the pleasant young fellow, "I���������T leave that entirely to you, Mr. Bullion,"  Comfort For tho Dyspeptic-Thorn Ih no  nllmo.it an 1inrn������Hlnr" n ti ri rvlinimtlw' na  tlyHpopsln. wliidh ariHOH from (Inffotivu notion of Inr* ntomncVt ?u\d Uvov, nnd Iho  victim of It In to bo pitted. Yot lio mm  Ilinl roady rnliof In Piirmoloo'ri VoRotnlili*  l'lllt*. ft prcpnriitlon tlmt Iioh ontal>H������hc*cl  ItM'ir liy ytmrH of t-ffootlvn iihii. Tlmro arc  dIIIm Unit nro widely iiilvortlnod no tlio  BioafPHt. ovor oompoandod, hut not ono of  tlicm can rank in voluo with 1'u.rinnlri-H.  Novel Randwiehei* for afternoon ton.  are made by mixing eronm cIiopho and  shredded aalmon ntftilt. Tho mixture  is spread on salt wafers, hot toast or  thin buttered slice.- of rye bread.   1;������������������  Th.-, hi-iKhto-.it hl������h school Rirl In  OhlciiKo, it is said, knows how to  cook.   Tlmn she in bright.  Not Popular Even Thera.  Winston Churchill, writes an Eng-  lishmari, Is certainly not a popular  man. He was an unpopular boy at  school; ho was unpopular in the  army j he is unpopular in tho House  :of Commons. But he is a good lighter  .and a hard hitter and can carry a  'political mooting as fow othor Parliamentarians can to-day.  ! A story is told illustrating Ohur*  ichill's unpopularity which, while un*  itruo on the faco of it, nevertheless  icoiiveys a good deal of truth. The  .Boono is laid at tho dinner table at  iWindsor Castle, Churchill is present  ;(ifl Minister in attendance on the  tang. During a luJl in tho convnrsa*  [tion tho'Home Seorotary la overboard  isaylng to tlio lady bosido him*.  ��������� "Of courso I know I'm awfully un*  ,popu.irr. this is about tho only place  flail thnt I'm asked to,"  j Whereupon His Majoaty, leaning  iorward, interjected, "Commanded,  'Mr, Churchill, commanded,"  When you pny out n dollar, do you  growl in a way indicating tlmt you aro  in love with it?  That is a poor way.  W. N. U., No. 882.  Thnckoray't Memory.  ! It wna not only his monoy that  :Thnckoray gave to boys; ho was al*  jwnyB willing to devoto his time to  ,amusing them. Ho would take them  to tho pantomime, and ho would  glvo them a dinner first, Ono ono  :ocoaBion ho took Herman Merivalo,  'than a lad, to dinner at tho Garriclt  cluh, Yours later Merivalo >jiskod thu  .gronb man if ho remembered having  ,uon������ so. "Wny, oi uournu," sum  .Thackeray j-r-'*J'*>t!y; "and, whnt Ir*  moro, I remember I gave you hoef.  steak and apricot omelet," The  young man was delighted that his  host should recollect oven tho dotails  of tho entertainment and expressed  iim hhimiiii-iitiii. Yes," Mtid Time-  orny, twinkling, "I ulways gavo boya  boofsUtak and liprieot omelet." i:  Ths English Husband,  j   A poor woman In a London parish  'was consulting mo in connection with  lln*r doiiitintic trouble!*., and tht-io was  somo doubt as to whether her mar-  .rial, wiui a legal one, inasmuch aa her  {"husbund" (as sho had just discovered)  appeared to havo a wifo living  ,irom whom he had separated.   Tbo  swottum's pttthetle inquiry wu������, "If be  la not my husband, what right has he  to knock me ������bout?"**-A CltTgyumn,  In London Spectator.  two" metr  were/killed outright, and four others  seriously injured before their comrades  could effect a rescue.  The escaping cloud of steam was via-  iblo from Beachy Head, four and a  half miles irom the destroyer.  8tokers do not join the service a*  boys, like seamen; they are reoruitcd-  between the ages ol 18 and 23 years  (25 in special oases) from able-bodied,  mon who dan pass the physical tests  and standards.  They sign on ior either a period of  twelve years as "continuous" stokers,  or as "spooial sorvioe" stokers for flvo  years with tho active fleet and seven  with tho Eoyal.Floot Reserve.  A Vegetable   "Admirable   Crlchton."  Probably the most useful tree In  tho world is tho cocoanut palm, ovory  portion oi which is put to good uso,  Tho trunk is used for building  houses, for making furniture ond  farm implements and countless other  articles. Hollowed out, it makes u  canoe. Its leaves are used for thatching, loaf-stalks ior paddles and fishing lines, The blossoms in bud make  riroserves and pickles, bosidos sorving  as a staple vegetable.  From' tho pith of tho trunk ia do-  rived a kind of sago, hnd from tho  flowers sugar and vinognr. Tho rlpo  cocoanut is a valuable article of diet.  Tho whito kernel produces a delicious  crenm, a good' substitute for milk;  whilo tho oil is used as a lubricant  for soap and candle-making. It is  also irppllod to counteract tho stings  of scorpions. /The refuso of tho oil,  or oilcake, is' valuable as food for  animals and poultry, and us fortlliwr  for tho soil. From tho shell, drinking cups, spoons, lamps, firewood,  and evon tooth-powders aro obtainoil,  Tho husk supplies flbro for mnttresnus  and. cushions, brushes, nnd mats,  ropes, cable-nets, and oven tbo bur*  noss for bullocks. Tho web sustaining the foot-stalks la mado into  Btralnors and torches,  Tho treo nlso acts as n conductor  In protecting houses from lightning.  INUtl.  NuU, at a rule, contain littlo water,  much fnt, nro rich In protein und luivi  been regurded iih more or lutm (mil*  t'cstlblo. Tbo liHllgt-stiblllty In nuti  ts said to bo largely duo to lnmifllclont  iiiiiHtlenilon and to thu fact that they  nro often eaten when not neoded, hi  after a hearty men I or Into nt nlcht.  GREENER'S A/w-  EMPIRE GUN $63  A British Made���������British proved Ham-  merless Gun possesses all the Greener  features���������hard hitting, far shooting  lasting wear, simplicity, and strength,  will last a Generation.  Send'a'postal for descriptive booklet  U. I.       ., ,  W.-'W. "GREENER  63, 65  Beaver .Hall: Hill  MONTREAL, P. Q.  A  TREATISE  on the  Horse-  FREE!  We offer you   .  thin boolc that telUyou 1  ���������11  nbout home dli-l  eases and how to cure  them. Call for it at  your local druggist or write us.  KENDALL'S  SPAVIN CURE  It ttinliwW", Jt cunt Bpt*ln. Curb, Bpllnl, I  'Million* or any otlxr Uinenwu, milckly inr] uftlr  ���������t mur.ll ixwiim. lUiul wlir.* I*o.O������JI������M.ofKnntf  mora, Out,, nyi i "I uud your H|i������vln Curt on ������  mint thit lu't Hlnil>on������,������ul tt ourtd bim ln  fuiir whIii, unit".  nil Mr. Frank Pr������ieh,t*t nituiebt, Qut.  ���������nitMi     "I'ltut Mud rot_y������uf  TiliitWt Trutlu on tkt nurw. ,  I 1i������y������ uwJ thi*������ iioUittotyour  Mpivlu Uur't tbU ttuon wllh |  iittl tucetii tud And It-������  turt curt far Sptrlii.Hprilni  knd nil Uniii of  hrntttl.  Keudnll'i Hpn-Hn  Ourt It told tt U* ,  unlfonn pri't   of |  ���������1,00 r. (Mttlt, or  a IjoIUm for #ioo.  If you ennnot itt It  or our fftt boolt nt  yonr  lanti   iraiftit,  4IUHANCB        wrlUtti.  M.I.J.KrNDULCOBMNY  Eonlwrf filli, Vfrrninl. VS.*.  To preserve ninUiiiR covering on any  lloor and keep it perfectly  -military,  ������o over it tlrst with a damp cloth, let.,  ilrv thoroughly,  nnd then glvo it i.  thin coat of varnish,  Mlnnrd'i  Liniment curei burns, Me.  Would ynu rather hnvo the ������ym*  pntby of the under dog, or the wueeesg  of the flop: on top?  \\/l% />aP%  v,  **y%4*  JL, lilt llm  Of the pain which mnny women experience with every  month It make* the fientleneii and klndneis nlweyi miooi*  nted with womenhood ������eem to be almonl ��������� mirtele.  While In fjenerul no woman rebeli ������|(ilniit whet ilie re.  (d������rdH or a natural neceonlty there ii no woman who would  tut ilsJIy '���������* If*' 1-1,1', Ma recurring period n( pnin.  Dr. Pierce'a Pavorlta Preaerlptlon make*  weak woman atroni nntl alek women  well, and dlvea them freedom trom pain.  It eatabllahea retfutarlty, atibdtiea tntlam*  mutton, heal* ulceration and iiirea te*  mala weaknea*.  Sick v*omer������ are invited to comult ui  by fetter, frtt.  All correipondenee itriotly private and ineredly eon*  fiderirlal.     Write without  lear ami without fee tn World'* Dlipenmry Med*  ioal Atiooltttion, U. V. Pierce, M, D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.  If you want a book that telle all about woman'i dlieeiei, and how to cure  them at borne, aend SO one-cent ilampi to pay coil of wrapping and mailing  tnly, and we will tend you a frit copy of Dr. Pleree'e great thouiand*paie  Uluttrated Common Sent* Medloil AtiviMr ���������reviled, up-to-date edition, la  htndiome Frtoeh cloth binding.  ���������--.������i-r������,"*'w>������'(n*������������*' mwm
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Gomox   &   Cumber/land
Publishing   Company.
This paper. will not hold itself
rosjionsible.foi* the opinions oi oth-
hi'-j, as.imiy appear in its columns
trom time to time.
.NOTICE is hereby given that, on the I ^|lFf^-^f
first day of December next, application j -*"
will he made   tc the   Superintendent   of! .-a
Provincial Police for renewal of the bo | **���'
tel license to sell liquor by retail in the -,
hotel known as the Hotel Heriot, situate j j
ar Heriot Hay, in the Province   of   British Columbia.
H. A. BUM..
Dated 251b, diy.of October. 1911.
���WEDNESDAY, Xov.  22.1911,
NOTICE is hereby given that 30 day->
after dat<* I intend to apply to the H'-rj.
Miumt.��i- ot Lands for a license to prospect
for coal aud petroleum uurier tbo foreshore
and'under the water on the lands in and
opposite the following deacri'-e-J landas'te
atrt-ia Rupert District:���Commencing ..t 11
post ptari'td oc. tbo son btaeh at hi,-" wa cr
������niKik bt'th.* mteisection of T��c ions 12 ami
13, T--wnahii- '2, Tort iloNdll, Rupert Dia
trict; r.henoe north 60 chains, thenco eatst
80 oh'Un'i, thenco south G3 ��� cbiiins, wore,
ur loss t.-> high water murk ou south si*le ��f
Per. McNedl Harbor; theuce westerly
ulonjj dbore to place of commencement,
Geokob M, Gibus,
K. Priest, agent.
Dated thia 1st day of September, 1911.
NOTICE is hereby given that, at the
next meeting of tbe Board of License
Comtn.si-ie-jors of tho City of Cuiiber.
land, I intend fo up.'ly fioi n hotel li
cease, to soli liquors by retail iu aad upon
the. pi-emUes known as lb�� King George
hot-1, sitiifitcd on lot 9, block 7, Cumber
hnd Townpite.
Dated thia 7th day of Nov., 1911
NOTICE h herrby given that at tho
next meeting of Lhe Board id Licente Commissioners of the City of Ciin.borlard, I
nteml to app.y for a*' renewal of the* hi.t-
el license hold by me for ihe Cumberland
Hottl, tntuated^on lot 1, block li, Cum' er-
land To.vusito.
Dated this 7th dny of Nov.. 1911. ���
NOTICK in hereby giveu that 30 days
after duto I iuteud to apply to the Hon
Miubtev of Landa for a license to prospect
fur coal and petroleum under the foreshore
and under the water on the lands in and
o.'Ijk'hUo the following described lands situ
ate in Eiupert Distriot,:���Curnmenci/g at a
ppH'_i>i.'ii'.ted ou tl*e sea beaoh at high wat-.r
tzu:k ht the iuiersi-otioa of Scctious IC aud
I'i, To .ntfl.ip ���>, Port McNeil!, Rupert Dis
tri..tj theuce uortJc 80 chains, theuce west
Hi) cOaiii3, thence south 62 chains, more or
l-��3 to high water matk on south side of
.Port McNeill Harborr thence easterly
!-.io:ig shore lino to place ot cnmmeneeuieu1.
MIrta Jane Piuksx,
E. Priest, agent.
Dareed thin lt*t day of September,  1911.
NOTICE ia.hereby given that 30 days
uft-.r dale I.intend to apply .to the Hou
Al ini/.ter of Lands for a license- to prospect
for coai -ni'petroleum under the foreshore
uud uuder the water on the lands in and
"..poiito the. following d scribed land-* su-
uv;t; in the Prince Rupert District:���Com-
meuc'ng at a post planted on the sea beach
NOTICE is hereby-p-iven that on the
first,dny of December next application'
.vill be made to the Superintendent of
Piovim "ml Police for a hotel licence to
sell liquurs by retail in and upon the pre
mises known as the Palmier Hotel, situ-
���ited at,; Baynes Sound, in the Province
of British Columbia.
Thomas Ripley.
Dated October  3rd, 1911.
NOTICK is hereby given   tliat
application will be  made   to   tlie
Parliament of Canada   at the next
Session thereof for   the  eontinn
ation of tho Charter of tlie VAN-.
and for un extendi an of   time   for
the commencement   of   construction aiid completion of   the said
lines of railway authorized to be
constructed by the   Act of   Par
liament of "C'-mada passed in the
Session   7-8, Edward 7,   chapter
1.07 intituled '"An"Act to incorporate the Vancouver Island and
Eastern Railway Company," and
by the Act of the Parliament oi
Canada in tho Session of  D-10,
Edward 7, chapter   171  intituled
This is not a-professor's lecture on
Astvdloev.      If is merely an intlma-
. o j i. **
tion to the public who use printing
of. any kind���Posters, Circulars, Billheads, Business, or Visiting Cards.
Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements,
Etc., Etc.,���that
NOTICE ia hereby* given" that at the
uext nit-etiug of the Board of LUwufg
Comtni8sioi.tr!" of the Citv of dumb r-
lnnd, I intend to apply for a renewal 1 f tho
wholesale liquor license held by mo, .titillated on lot 12, block C, Cumberlmd
Dated th:3 7th day of Nov., 1911.
NOTIOK is hereby given tliat at *bo
next n-eet-ng of tbo Board of l.icoi so C in.
misnionei-H of the City of Ciimb'Tlnnd, I
ii.tond to 11 ply for it rone-* id of the lu��t-
el bceiiFe hold by mo llio   Waverly
Ho el, siliiated ou lit 2, block 51, Cnmb-r
land To��nsite.
Dated this 7th day of Nov., 1911
NOTICE is hereby % wn tint ;it the lux'fc
nice ii)�� of ibo Road of Lie nr-e Oominta-
Bjono b of the Li-y of Cumberland, 1 intend to apply for a i-Miie-wil of tbo wholesale liquor li -euse held by ' m., sitn-.tod
on lot VI, block 7, Cumberland Tow.isita.
Dated tl-.is 7th d.vy of Nov.   1911
NOTICE i- her. by Riven that at - tbo
next mecth.Rof tho board of License Com
mi.-Bb-n -rs of tho City nl Cumberland, tve
intend to ripply for u lcue-wal ��� f tho hotel lie nse beld by us for tha Vei d-uno
Llotol, situatod 00 lot f> block 3, Cumberland To .vi.site.
Dnted this 7th d tv of Nov.  1911.
Sections 1(3 and 17, Township 2, Port Me
Neitl Rupert District; thence, noith 80
cIi-uue, theuce east-8.0, chains, thenoo south
7.o chain*- mora or les< to high water maik
on Kuu'.h side of Port McNeill Harbor,
thence westerly along shore line to place of
oommencoment.    JRoy Piuust,
E. PrioRt, ajjent
Dited this lot day of {Sepleaiber, 1911.
twiMMum 11 11 (Mraiiiw*��� nT<iifiniiii im
NOTICE in heroby given iltat 30 days
after (iaie I iuteud to apply to tho Honourable the Minister of Lands for a license to
pror-yoet fur coal and petroleum under the
fore'/lioro and rinder the wn'or on tho lauds
in i>nd nppoHitfl tho following dononbed
lands silunte in Rupert Distiioij���Oi.m-
rnu'.tciug nt a post planted on tho tu-a beach
nt high water mark at th.i ioterseotion of
Siosio'i.s 1-1 and 15 ToWtitthip 2, Port Mc-
Nuill Rupert Diotriot: tiieiien north 55
chains moro or 1��hh to hi^b wator mark on
tlio north flido of I'ort MoNeill Harbor;
tlionee follorvirj the foa beach at high
water mark lummd tbe hcai' of tho Harbor
to pluoo of oiiii-iinoneomont,
Fi'Aseis M. ToiiDiri'i:,
V,. l-ni'8-, iiftimt,
Dated tM* Ihc day of Sup unbor, 1911,
NOTICI.*', is hcreiiy _;iv��-n"ih;U ]odays
after d.'itc 1 inteiul to cpply to ib't Honor
able Miniilcr of I...nl-' I'ov ,i liumse to
]>n>sp(.-r;t for coal ami pcirnl-.'Uin under
llii'lorosbort' -ind tindc-t thi< wnter on tbe
lands in and ���'."������'osiie ilie followinn des^
enheil 'amis, Miu'im in i'upmi I J..-.1 io.*'���������-���
(Aiininc.ncin.,'   at \ \w>\ \,\,u,:ui\ on lhe
"An Act respecting the Vancouver Isltm<l and Eastern .Railway
..    ' R. C.XowE,
Solicitor for Applicants.
The Eaquimalt it Nanaimo Railway Company wiil apply to the
Parliamentof Canada at its n��*xi
session for an Act empoweving-it 10
lay out{ construct, nr,d operate 11
railway from a-point on the mil
way, the construction of which U
authorisod by subsection "A " of
section 2 of Chapter ninety-two o(
the Statutes of Cumuli for the yenr
one thousand nine hundred and hix,
at or near the nor'h fork of Cynter
I'iver, tlience in a genernly north-
W(.r?tcr]y direct ion tu Hardy Bay on
the west coast of Vancouver It-lund
and incroHMng tho cump.ni,> 'h bot:d
injj; power,*-*, and for othor purpo e**,
\V. K. SALf-mntY,
fcieoretary' K. it N. Hailway Co,
i''iri|;'.(��, Thon|.>fon .& Bin get-S,
Ottawa Af-eutp.
i >,i led nt Vnnc'ui vor this Hri-t dny of
Niu-ember, 1911,
?<*a 1 lent 11 :it !m.;'.i wnU'f ni.il; ,,1   the  in-; ��.
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Oli , 1 ' :iml 1 ., 'I'uivn-
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tbe. 1 c \v.;-l   to
I..-.SS     '   ;    vlll       a1   I    111,111.
I 'm.-iii.-.   *-,> .iii-ily ,ilui>j.'
I:l>i'l.lil''l     l      11 lioiv,   2.,
-n .j 2.  ti'i'ii' i* M-iitli'M-'-,'
Until furli'ier notice ilie I'rin.
(M-s.s lioyal will take' tho Niuiaiiiiu.
\' iiMt*.. mi ver iiiii, li.iivinp- Nauaiino
ilaiiy (i'.\(!t*[)l; Sunday) 7,}i() n, in,
Tin1 Siindiiy hottl In 'Vancouver,
I,a- Iuhjii raiiccllod I'm' tlio i-U'iihou,
,!���,,; inl ihe (.iuinnor {* scIiimIiiIciI to
��� li'" 10 point:; |,-tive N.iiiuiiuo I'or   Vitllcniivoi*   nn
''        '.Vi-diioMlitv :uiil  Friday nt I. p. m,
">lf - ', *    ' ������
,,i!in Mutiidny  ut    u    p,    111.    Tin-1
iv ,< ,ii.���1 y. :.-���*! r!-.-',iin'i'hni' l-iu'ii pliifcil   nn   the
lv ���" '" li"11 "'���< '-funy. : mi. h.'iiA'inn;   NimniiiKi   on
��� |)   111.,   Tlitii'HilayK
li v.ii'-i mail
:*      .,
1.. I'M
lll'l'   ll.-ll
'111 n:���: : ini,
i'llHllllVf-  nl    I
Is in a position .to execute orders iri
the manner specified, have them
ready when, promised, an J deliver
them where stated, if desired.
NO'LK E is hereby iuiven that at the
ni^ct meeting of ha R"anl of License Com-
nuBfci')uerj for iho Ci'y if Cu ubeilmd. I
iuteud to i��p\i'y torn ieneual of tho wbol--
biile lienor lieotise held ly m**, fiiiuated on
lot 0. bloc!* 15, Cumheiland foniiMitj.
Duted this. 7th d-y if N -v., 1911.
M tt  tn   ninl SMtiii'diiv :>l
ti. in.
ll    ,,-f, l'|��|io.,uc
���ii  i il,(
' ill-    |m!o',', ,i|j-    ill.-
itu;itc i-i Unpen !) ,\ti'i 1:
-uiuiiti' .'h:iiik   ;i'. fi 1 a,! pii;iue'l on t'i", nun,.,
, 1      ���,! , 1.      .1,,.   ;,.   !
���1 uv.;ii(iti 01 ';'���<. Ions 14 uud   I j,
��� it*
���r.-.'t   McNeill    Unpen
I >I.V.I
tb' net,* n.'tih j5 i'ii;.'"*,-, -noi1: or  less   to
bi'^li v ;i ������' ��� m ok ..ii 1'-ii n,ii> it sid' J I'mi
t.l...\'ei|;  lilllhor;   ..V-Hil-   l*,i>tl*rlj    .ilili"
S'l'liv  lllll*.    to   ilii.'l ���.'< tin ,   'i '.'il ��� ."i      .! ,
���md ?. 1 Township 2, thence soutlntriy is!
���hi 11 ninrc 01 I'<���* to !'i|_;li n.itct   mi,ul-
,.r, -,i.-|f)i ii ne ol '-,,!��� ,,|<:,-;-:!n   Harbor:
l.'l'l II   tl'l tlioi'
S.-\I<M ���C'uoii'c    Diihlin
Xpply Mi'H,   .1.   Stewart,
.\ lien Avenue.
NOTTCl-v U ltereby given to
John II, Glanvillo, co-owner in
tho Itosi- group of Mineral Claims-
Htiiatod 20 mik'H from the mouth
of Phillips Uiver in the. Nanaimo
Miniiitl Division, that his sliaro of
tho oxpiMidilnro lma not heon paid,
und llitit we intond to liio notice
with l lie Alining .Recorder of .said
District nccoi'tliiin; to Section 2o 15,
Ohnplor 1!'53 of Tho 15. 0. Mining
J.   O. liOHS, AjTOlit.
Idind, 1:5. C Oct. 7th, IV) 1.1.
DiHtrifit. of Huy wn nl,
TAKK not en Unit (tonrijo LuieoHlor Ki-
niin(,'ton, of Viiiuiimvc'r, H.U., iiieebunie,
inl' ikIh to ii|*,,ly ��'*��r ]n*rii*i'jni<��. topiiroluiK'
tbofi'llowinf,' de'teribml liuulu:	
Cos nii'iiei u ut 11 ]utHt plutited ut Ilie
South wont flui'iiiT of lot fi'i'l; Ilie ice norlli
KO -'Iimin*, theuce went l!i ilnnn'-, thenoe
fiotitl) MO uliuiiiH, llionmi eiiHl, 1i"i ('Iiiu'iih, tn
point ot Doiniiiuiicoiiient,  eoiiluiniiii,'<10()
Keren, ino m ii' I'-f-i-s
il:   ,;..i. I.i M-i  ���!'':): I'.i .ir;i:-i'i".',
Uobci't Ibvii v (Mit'.tiiut., iij^i-nt.
Dltte.l Mn.ch IMi   I'.ill
N'!T; 'K iri Iiereby |,';voii tmil at. tlm
next, li.ct-liim el' iim lloiii'd of Liei-iii'it
'" r.'.i!'.;-; i -ttn-.n n|' t.lm I'i y nf ('unibcr
l;i* I I ii-neu'i I > ip'iiv lor 11
rnne-.vfil of thu Imtul Iii'diimo 1ii*ld by nic
[ni .uu Ni w, Kii(;bit��l lliilel, hitnub-d on
II, in blcclc il, Oiniiiiei-
Oillilherhiliil i*e   I'liimt \V!ttt*r
Works Co.,  J.ul.
t|i.'|UI* ���'���1.".I
(���( i n -i    ��� ">i
.. 1.
hou. it i.- ti ji. in
1! '.,l> \   l,,u. i>
1.  1 ,. 1 ... ,., , ,
tl'i-e,->t hull' 1
;');>; I'.iv ' 1.iic
,1 C
Mx\\v..< v.'Ai.Tr.i:?;,
v ��� f *���������������, I'M!
Sprinkliii'j will he nl In veil
only two ni.i'ht** a week, n<>im-]y
'n','*,.SI)AV'an.l I'MMDAV. rn.n,
7 in '������ o'clock iti tin* eveiiiiio,
Leaky tap** mnt-t   lie u.tenileil tuivuiti cvn<nt if tbey in 1 it it witb mt itulh
nj (inee,' ority iivni tin* D pr niml.
Any I'hniipes or leMitiiiti:. to ev !.��..���*.���-.��.���..��..����������.-.-.-.�����*���������
CBALHD TENDISIH (iddrowetl to tbo
-' uiiil-'rrigi-.ed, mul endor ed "Ti ruler
for Wbiifund two AppriiioheH ut V.'i ee
lUipirt, ll.C, will be ri.'Ceived in'til LOO
l'.MMtin Monday, Soptoiiiber 'Jo, MM I, f r
thu ooimtritotuin of a Whiuf uud iwo
Appronolios at I'rinoo Hupoit, Quarantine
Stoti'-n, Di'fy leiluinl, |3,(J,
1'lann, r-veeitieiition nm], form of eon-
triet enn be ini-,i nud fornnof tender o'��
thined ut thu l.ioi'nitnuuit mid tit tlio ullb
eeaolD.A. Keofor, Waij, J.)mtii<.t Knjjli.-
eer, Nmv Wotnibititer, U.O., mul ni np|,b
eul on tn tlm LWiimHlniVi at I'tinui. Rupi rt
uinl V'() oriit. .1! 0.
IViflonH teuii().in[-nrunetilled tlmt tend
i.m will 1.00 bu eonslihucd unle.H mndo on
the priiituil In tn.-i Httpplieil, ai.d muii'-d
with ilnir i.etiiiili*l-jii.iiiiri*H; ��tiit'ii|{ ilimi
oumipiiiiuiiH mul iiiueen of isci'iohoi1, In
Ihu ouo .of Iirm*, lb no mil li^/mturc, Ilie
untitle of tboioeiipau Hi nnd pliieuol' real-
iiiii.ee of unci) meiiibi r of tlm nrm miet be
I'/ieli tuiidi r mn t bo luemiipaniod by 1111
iiceopted ul ei|ii(i on 11 iiliiiien.il hunk, pay
iiliii) to tin'onlor of thn llonotii'ihlu tlm
Mi 1.liter (f I'uli in W '1'I(k, oi'iii'l te ten |ul'
I'm \     i'i ..1     fit,,    ... ..il   I-
1 I,:,,.. 1,0 j j. l .y ��� ,   .11   ....../-1.. I  * ,   . ...    U :.i\   I ,
-..!;L-1:  Will 1 i- f���ufihcl if tb-> vi-'io.. tciK1-
eriuj,' duil i.e lo c.Iit Into a I'outrni'l, whon
inl o-l I'l'iin to do oi, or fnl tu eomph'te
tho wuriv n- n rui!t(>,l lor, If tie tei.de** ne
not Ituiepli'd the oliisjuti wil) Im lebirnud,
1 ill'  I 'l'| i.H ,1.11:; 11- .Stl, r> oul. iiu.'i    1  i>i>ii   i'i
iici 0|t the low����t or any leiulir,
Ily ni'ilur,"
|)��p;irlitii'iit nl 1'iilibe Worhu,
tn'n.> 11, ;,11,1.1 ht '.i\, I'.ill.
District of Snywnrd.
TAKE N0TJCI3 th-.t William
Cul'.lwtill, of I'linurk, Ont., minino
man., intent!.*! to. apply for ponnis
hion to 'lurchuj-o the folliiwiny (ic
scribed lniide;-��� Comivicncin-^ nt a
post pii-inieil ol the northwept corner
of Lot -\%, Giirrini.ioiv liny, Say-
wit nl Dinirict. thenco followiiig I lie
north houtuhtry of ot d'.lO CiPlcly
for <I0 chains, theueo norlh 20
ohaina, thoiici) wc.-! to t.hei'horc line
thonce K'OiiihwcHterly a nil fo'lowinj.
iboelioro lino to llio point of com-
n.o'icGincnl, coninining les? tiittn SO
acrop,      William Caldvvkll,
Jno. ;\lnm;oti,nRont
Oaiotl Feb, 28th, 11)11,'
miamma*f%m*mammi*w'i***m mm ,w*mmimtami**t-a ,* tim>ta.*it*-a*-*a.^*ma**m 1 ��iwnwi>n
Dlntriot of Sny ward.
TAKK ii'itioo that Sidney Ifortmiuin, of
Vniiuonvor, II ('., iMiuliutiie, intend-i tu
npply fnr pi'rin'HHioii t ipnrclnwu 1 lie fob
luwitiu (luce I bed Iambi:���
Onnfineneiiu. nt n pout, plifitud at the
ivnitliwoHt eoi'iif'i' of lot fJM. thwiicu mtiit.1i
HO ohiitiM, lliei.ee we* t SU clniiu-i,  lie nee
lllll til Oil ulllllllH, l.lll'lUVJ imm(. Cm/ eiui.ii,-,   (. 1
plnno cf eiiiiiiiieneeiuent   eoutiiiuiiii,' (III)
ncroH, moro (,r Iuhh,
SlUNKV lll-.th.MAS,
l'olii-l, llent'v (imiitinit, n��ei I.
(J.il.e.lMiii'uli!itli, 11)11.
Distiict of Const.
TAKE .\*0Tl(Klh:ll David'Otl Witrd "
Co., Ltd., uf Loiiybboro Inlet, oeen-
pju-ion --]t!mb;,r.m''-t!.'---i.t):ci-.d,to__iu t-Ly._,
for��* ornii^.-iott lo jniicliiis-e the fol-
lowiiif; dt'S'crit'od iantL: Commei.'o-
ioff at a po-:t ilun ed on the s-oeih
side of ITiitdwit'l* l.-lnnd about '20
ch'iinp from idiore, thence on toe
east liii.iitiC.arv line qf L-tt-e lot
marked o60H 11 'M ; I'licnrt* north 20
chainp. thence ea>*t 20 ehaiiif theice
north 20 onaini, thenc0 e-ist 80
chains', ''dnneo f-onth 40 eliaim*, ���
ihence wesi 50 chit ins; hack to j 1 .en
of commencement, containing 110
acres more or less
Davidson Waud Co.. Ltd.
F S Ward, agent.
Dated August. 10, 191L
Change of .'tclvertiscmeviis will
uot be received at this oilice 'later
than 13 o'clock noon on Tuesdays.
U Btnet of y.ywnrd.
TAKK NOTICE thnt A. tin r   Howlupd
Bout, of Vftiooitver, U.C, trnnnport. n^��i t,
intondfl to npply for purmiBnion to pitroliiice
thu I'ollowliig doHi'iibi'dliiiilfi:-���Coininei c-
iug nt 11 v��ft plnntod at the HoulbwiHl (0r-
nor of bv Bill, ou tbo north   boundary of
lot ii'17, tboaoi>, noi-lh 80 ohiibiB,   thenoo
eiHt 7S cImiuh. thence nouth 80 ohuiiie,
tboiO'jweH' 75ohitlii8 to point of oonnnei eo
mont, ooiitiiinii'',' 000 ihji-om, moro or lcwi,
Ait'i'tnnt Kowlami linsT,
Holiui't llonry Oliestimt agont'.
Dated Mnroh 7th, 1011.
Diutriot of Siiywurd.
TAKR NOrioM tbiitSinivtolIleiiHiiinn,
of Vancouver, H,(>,, UHOhuiio, intcndM to
npply for ppim'tHlou to jmiioIiuho tho fol
lowing ileHOiibod liind'i���Conimtiuiiii-* ut ft
pi-fit pin noil at tbo nonth'vi'tt cornor of lot
5150,'Jilioiiononit ICO ulinjnn, Ibonen Homb
4(| ehiiiiin, thnneo \\*o��l. 75olmbiH (moro er
Jos>.'i) thenee m.rih 0 chains, tbouco wi-Hb
K5 ehniiiH, tlteneu 1 ortli !15 obniuH to pobt;
of (���nirmioiinninnnt" onnlalniii�� (10(1 iiooh,
morn or lu, h,      iSamuiji, IIkahman.
llohnit llonry OlieHiinit, u|.ont
Datod Miu-eh Nth, 11)11.
I DNli-iot, of Siiywii'd.
j    TAKK niitlee tlntl Nnnolte   .lopopb, of
i Viincii'iver,   H. (\, Hpmi-ter, inteiidn lo
npply b i-pi:i'iui(.'iii|) lo piii-eliin-ii thu  ful-
Niwi'inp'-t" ��i!l 'eit ho p.itll for ihit ml- imvjmj d,^,...}!..,! i���.tilrt.
Coiiini nein(j ut ���*. pnul idui'lel nt Hu-
SoutboiiHt corner nf lot. JVI7. thence north
HO tifii.ii h, thit'ioit east SO ehiiin*-, iIiuihh)
Dv,u ,  '      '<!)���.���    ���*,
An A<! in ilv.
'.myi..    Try il.
1 >��� in;; jillilii.i
i! mn
>y.   .-.'ilicliolU'i, 1
III'    CO!l.'
N i'\\v:.
!l'l   \"ili
,'- n;n;|
I ;-|>. t> nl
i\   S. .v\  t 'iim ii
���'��' I'.ioii ;ii:ij'c!i
',.   oidi r
IF    \*>V
! :-:!N 1 i.m'i
until Ml ub.-diM.  tho'ieo tvt'tt  H) f\tv\i\n'./Q
I*        <���' "'I'll ill..* p.!|,t. i.f   I- .il.-lf   i-.-i ���������;!,    l* .1.1 :.U     '  X '
(  *
1   III'.
I .j \i, in, ���"���harp,
. u. (i. An-,. i,-. 1 in.'i. NbAVvS, likst-cla:-;;.; wokk
ic- nv iv;-!-!."".
N.\M-.i-lbr .bi"i:i'if.
Kutji-ri Ib-iny Clnblunt, '','0 ',
1't.tet MmoU "lli, IWll '
District, of Snywnrd.
TAKK liotip.i* tbnt Fnoiee'i Hr'U'Rhnin,
wifo of VV, F. UroiiKhat'.*, nf Vauoouver,
II.<b, Inti-mlt-tn ripply for permirHion to
pinebni'O llio'following (lenerihcd |.nd :���
i,'    1       '       '        ...'-'    .iiiii*
wo-,tof tlinK-oiitbn'Ht corner if lit 5.171
thonoo oait lt!U olnliiH, tiienen nouth -10
eliftiiiH, thc-iuti wont 120 uli'iii'H, tlienoa
north 10 clininitn poiut of entnmoiio ment-,
eoiitiibiltiu 180 noiort, 111010 or liii.
Fit.iN'T." Iliioccn.i'r.
Uoburl Henry (.'hi-ntuiit, riKent
Daluil Muni',1 Kfli, till I.
"Wood'ci PhMphoAlnop
Thn tlrutt K-uiUfU   H-wciltri
TuiKiii mul lnvl.-(i)iiu<.'i:tiu ivliolu
VjjivtUiVOlltl  KVHlOIII,    iiiuln.M    11.ov
��''*-")i:.--MMrt old Voini, t'n����������� A.ti*.
1,if, II hil it 11, Mi'i'lul nn.l lUiii,'. li'iii-t-i,   it ...
Pl>lli,flll'/f, Si'.-imlffi'iii'i'iit-ni,, I'nifsnii.'iiK, 1: ��� 1:
l'tiil,irrliii'il,nitil Hfi ,-t * 11/ Jim i.trn' l:rf> fit.
IMi-o-ft p,*t'Jiov, ely.fi.r&i. H"<) vlUplcn.!,-. .x
wlilriivi'.   f-iiitl liy nil <Ii'i|ffi*i.i-i."i or iiiii I )��� 11 In
plulii plii', on iTi'i-liit nf pi-ln*.   AV1/1 pitn, ��� !,IU
'iit'iili'ii/iii-, Thovtfdotl MckIIOii* Oo,
���i/iirm/trtu Ivimlmr) Toronto,Qnt��
wmmmm h   ��d%�� M_SBM9a.,tSSS&'.aa .-oats*-
I  V
RCaiea Yoar EXPENSES Lish.
Makea Your BISCUITS Light
Hi Makes Your CAKES Light   -*p*r.---q
r.2a!��3YourpUX3 1iEht      g^1
P.I-kes Your LABOR Li~hfc
*-_��> ClOCER.
f;   '$\ e.w.c:llettco..ltd.
fffi^ Toronto. Out.
The Courtenay Hotel
���Every' convenience for guests.
Tbo Centidl Hotel for Sportsmen
[,    None but the Best of Wines and Liquors
at ihe I tor.
o,    RATES
John Johnston,   Prop
m PitfSTINfl
NOTICE Is horc-by given th it on the lirst
d.iy of Decpinlirr'nixt "pulication will br
uiado to the S'lperinteinlnit of Pi-oviniiai
Police. Vi.j*'oria, for the r��-nowjil of the hotol jicenM to soil li(|'iora hy rt'.uil i.i tn<
hotel.'kuo-*-ii as tin? Port Aiicu-t.i hi.tel. &i
jitid at Omiiox, H.t'.   .lonx C. CiiAM'.vci.
Dated Oetoher 3 ]011.
Hiving ba lc ��������� Jaryo m a> ehouso and mil
nt CcmrlHuy, 1 will in firuro keep oi
hind a slock of all kinds of Hay, Cir.dn
:ind Feed nt lowest n*ntket nice'*. /.
specially will bo mado rf roller crusbei!
t'cod for bors ��wbio'i vill male a Rnviti*.-
of eno third iu the co.i of fio.l. Ordort
l-.iviiu the tonmst-r or hy phono vill bi
pnnni>��ly filled. Ttiaiikiii:,'you for joui
p.itr..nii'40'iu tbe pnatnud so'ioi.inj; noon
tiiimnooof the sji:ue on braider linen,!
beg to roiijiiu .
Yonrs'to command,
UNION S, S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd
Nana'imo-Uxion Haw Co'm'ox - Route.
,,'������'        Sailing na under���
-   Twin-scruw sfeuma- '-OOWICIIAiS'"
L'-nves VaiKOuvor Thursday G [j.iu.
; Arrive, Uui.ui  (for Ctl-nberliindJ  Fridiiy
, mor'rituy   -   ,
A-nves O-'inox Frid.iy morubi-j -- ,
���   ,   ��� Returning
Lv     Comox  Friduy 4 u tu
" Union Hay      ���������   5 ."''���.,
'���' NaiiftluiO' 11 p.iu:
Leaves Vxrcouver, Saturday 8 [ m
Arrives N.^nidmo,  Ratui-i'iiy,12 [j iu
Arrives pniOii, iSuuday U-it in
[-'or l/iunlk-rUuu;.
Arrivce Uumox, -..Sunduy 8 a-m
., ���    Ke-.tii-iiie*,*:���
Leaves Comox, ^nndiiy .t p m
La.ives Un'-*..  tiuudny 5 ���.> ni
.. ���   Leivea N iiiaitno, ."Sniidiiy It pju    ,'
[Stilijeut, o uiiuii.;o wuhou; i.O'.ict]
y**a3g*aga_asgcia��gg^*g.^^ ���-.- -jj-~_ _��
)?j''j-   site
hence,  but  now ���
right awaxj ?
And' then do you
want to see what
they look like before you buy them ?
Then come in and we will show you our     ������* �����
Fall and Winter styles in "Fit-rite" tailor-   :<S3 *'
ed clothes.    You can see just what the
pattern of the cloth you select looks like
as a suit, and rjou can assure yourself that it is '���
a satisfactory fit before leaving the store. ^m?m~^'-\mm
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veloped in its highest form, guarantees uou. a well-     ^^#111
made suitof clothes, perfect in fit, and made according
to the newest style ideas.
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Either call ct the etore or-.Gend us n post card boonnu your namo nnd ad.
01 di��3s, nnd we'll (jive you a copy of lhe "Fit-rite Stylo Forecast." contnininu
the latuat news of fechion tendencies for the coming Fall aad Winter.
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of tho r-iiid Coniojiny, or Anyone
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Di.-tricl of Rupert
TAKE' noiliw thiit Gardiner Al-
t-x;t l j tl (- r B ro c3 y S pe i* oor of Altmiecl'i
{)&]., oecnpnrion plum hor, intonclH
:o npply for ponniivinn to purchiise
the following doi-'f.rilioVl lunch:-���
Cutnint-.-iuiing nt a poet 'planted
hIhiiH IH) chains wo.il of tho *-oti'h
oast eorner of Si.c'.inn 24, 'rownfhip
21, thenco want 80 chniiiH. thenee
i*oui li 80 chains, (hence ens I' 80
chainp, thcneo north io south <oote
of W'olf Lnlai Uionen womerly ulona
i*ou!h Hliore to \v��.*-r,er��ii of lake,
t heiH-o fiiHt along norlh shore uhoul
-10 chain,*-, thence north to place of
eoinineriperiii-iit, conlniniiig -lu'O
acrt .*- more or lern.
Soiihcd on po.f.G A.B.S.'s N.K.
(iakowku Alk.\'AM)i-:b .BitAnv
Dan Ohtvk. Aj.*ent
Divleil Do-'onibor Mil', li)ll).
ii'-rUt 80 cnaiiii-*, tbon6o: <aso 80 clmi s,
tliot.co tout'* 80 li'iiiius   ttiei clv west-. St)
cl.ains to pltictot coairacnceineut, cotitiiu
iii/T.610 i*oi*es,'m:.r<* fv lcca.-
Scribed .�� pot E.ML's S.W. comer.
.,.'   Esj'uka Mae Lki-so.v, :,-:
Du Chik, Agont.
Dated December lltli,.!!)'��.
FiuUs aud Tobacco,
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hiv.,| :\V] bi*y,vi- t <��� '*id! li. l);,; [j.M
eMciit of the lnu-,
W. It, COl'LSON,
(."��eiieral Manager,
Welliiiiituji Colliery Co,y.
D'Htrie* of ilrporJ
TAKE  NOTICK    t'mt  Ac-'otaido  Entor
O'iirk    Jir-.v'i,    of    Jinioldienl    K.   Y,,
married wcmiiiu. itiletiiln to apply f< i* P'*'-
miasibu.to parr.lniue tho f.illowMif. d*.f-'t'-ili-
eil li'ttds:���Comiitrnciiijf at a post planted
at Boutlnvflot con or of S. odou   lfi,  Township I),' thouoo north   80  chain*,,   t'i onoo
onnt SO olmiiip,   thonco    nottth   80   chains,
thence, west SO ohninH to plaoo of coniiiieii���
ment containing 040 noi-oii more or Ios.r.
Soiil'od on 'post A.K.CIVm S.W. our
.Daii'Clark, Jig-iir,
Da'ed Drcoiiibtir 19th, lfi 10.
District of Rupert
UjPERT  LAND      I.]^r]( T    -
:, Dislrioiof Rupert       :
TAKE notice 'that Ije-trrm Jame?
Tusker of V'-iocuivvt, li. ,C.   occii-
patiun Express Manager intt-nds to
to apply for p.o.tnvBt-ioiv to pnrchoso
���i+ie-s-f-ffl !���,*,-! n g���dec ri herj���lF.rdT:"=s~"
Conor    ein-j;   at   a   post   planted
abor   110 chains wes. of the  p u'.h
ea    eorner  of Section  24,  Tcnvti-
ship 21,   thenco   vve.it  .80' chains,
thoiiec you'll! 80 chain'., thenee east.'
80 chain?, tlience north. 80  chains
lo place, if  Ciiirmu'iifement.   cot*-
lainiipfi'K) acre? more or let's.
���Sciibed'/on pwt Ni'l) J. f s N.ii;   ;
, Bktutjwm Jaji'hs' T.\��KJ;;|t,
;.:l)an Ol-wk.-'fe^ent
Dale;! Decemher 14��li, 1910.   '.'*���
District of Rnpert
TAKE notice tlv.it Marguerite
Leitch of Vaneonvi-.r, B.C.. ocen-
'pillion S'tl('.!��lady, iiiieiHl** to apply
for pennietfioii to porcha.-o de lul-
Mo\ving (U'jtcriheV) liuuh":
Cuinnietic-inp nt. a  poi*t. phinlei!
I at the north t-ai-l corn* r of ,���*.'�����:ion
TAK1Q   notice   that   Rir.hmonrl \U, Townahip 20, thencti we.-t  80
r.i'Hiijc on loeonioii'.t-.-.'tnd   mil
Duirint of I'upait
TAKE NO PICE t|,,,,,.;.,.!,>��� UnkIhIhiw,
of Mmioriii, Klotiiln, cm pont it, intnii'ii
m in ply foi* p.;i'iiiinNi<iii I.i litireliii-o lii-
folliAViii.; <1 i.j:i! i* 11 un i Ihiii'm:-���Comiui ni* tit'
it a po*! plinv. il ���_' iinlo-i w-'ht of tl.o S,|-:,
ecru* r nf 8oo i n'2*1, towimliip tin, tlinni-.i.
i-i-rlii -ID (li I h. Ilr iiit.i wi-Ht SO (ilmi h.
iliciH-,' KO'iih Ml eliuiiia, tliciH-i* out tie
cljauia tn plum* <,f yiiii.iiiciiL'i-riioiit, u<ug
mini c ll'-'o  iKM'i'ii iiinru or li'HH,
.������(trilmil on po.t ���! JVh S.(���:, (Mr-i..r1-
il AMMS UllAHKHAW,       ������'     ,
Onn ,(.'l.trlc, itj-cnt,
niil.'.l D.i-i'inljiM- I'.ill,, I'.UD,
V t* -M,' ���*.')���   '    ��. ������     ,      ���    I ..��� * " i     ���!���
* i ���    .   i.i.i    i.   , ., 11      I'l.H  iniii
1^!' rut of I!i!(|eit
TAlvl'i tio ji*,-. unit Di-il.i Ht.-iokn,
of Vnnt'i nv<> -. 11, ,(!., v��ni,:il
V��i:u.,��ii, in f,,,, - in npp-y i r infr-
joi'-i'tn In porch:* ���(��� tl e j. I !..\vi ti*_*
th't-eiilici) 1 iim!*-: tloiniiii'-i cit.j: a!
post phititi-tl al ilu* t.o.-iliwri t i or
n<r ot" SH'U*>n lit), Towti-iii'p !).
llit-i'.-.I ii.'i , -ii \ riiii i ;i��, i', M-i i ir -i ini \,
CharleB ,}..*���* cf Vancouver,  .11, C,
Broker inlonda lo apply   for   per
minion to purchnpe the following
described Jnnds*:���-Coir/nioncl'ny nt
a post.plitnled nt i   post,   bulwcon
fjeiifpni 18k, Town-*hip 9, nnd .Sent
ion Iii, Township 20, tlu*nce went 40
chain",  thenee  nouth   40 chainp,
tinner wont  10 chain,;, thonco south
SO chain."; thenco etist  'IU   ehjiii.fi.
thenee norlli 10 elm it'!', iliciut* ca.-t
���10chain'', thenee noith SOehnint' lo
pmenof eoinnioncenteiit, eontaiuinp
6j() ncre.s more or ](',->���;
Hcrihod on porM WAV a N E cor.
liieir.\toNi�� I'hait i,i;*' Hi.-^,
D.tn ClitVIc, Mj,'cnt.
Dated December 1!) h, 1!H().   ������. :.'���
i) ������jti(*i( or Ktipwf,
' TJIKK NOTIOK tliat fllwirrl Dilie,
<������!'''Itii-j-'liamtcn, NY. uo-ic^mnti.iiit mUUi
M<f'h' i"r p��r:niHHinn to-fau-eliM"!* tli" f"'"
; Iciwiui: (Inscrlliod lantln:���C'dmiiitmuiiiiit; nt
ityp'-ftt plinitoil il milOH \v��-Ht ot tin'
South eimt ooruor of Hcctimi j!-l, Tn-.vui-hif���
'.'fl, tltt'iico wont 80 clininu, tlimieo Hmttii
HO cliniiiH, tlionoo ntiHt fl() olmiitN, t'��t!ioo
north 80 oli'iittH tn phoo of comiiifmsoaii'iit,
cmit.iiininc 'till incr.,.   ���ii.,;.- ,... \ ��� ���.,
.Sariboil on pont KD'h N.P, cornnr.
'M'WAIII' l��VI(K,
l^iin Clark, Atfont,
Puled :').icoml)nr IOiIi. IJtlO.
nt-tMrntKiMMiiu. *j*Mammm*a*mMmmmmmmmmm
clmiti-*, thenoo i*otii/i 80 fh.'.in.s
thence east SO eluii(;*������, thenoe ooVth
SOchaint* lo phov of eoihmov.t*'
mont, cont a in tng 6-it) acre'), moro
or let's. ,
Scrihed on post", M.L.'s N. E.cor.
AJahoukkite i.r.i'l'eiii
Dan . t/ini k, A^cnt.
Dated Decemher Hhh, 11)10.
RiirEirr land '-'������-������jiict
District of 11 u| -rt
TAKE notice that VAr-ix   Fi*-)--
S|*encer of Alnnoii'i, (lul., ip;;pi,
H'otnan, intr-ndt*  to ap-ly Uu-  {���!-,���
mi^'Mon to piiri-have  tlm roUr.rt ,,'-���,
(l(!H*rilicd Intidf.: ���
Cnniiiieni-in,! ul a lio-it, p'-tn''"l
lit the f-n.nh wt1.--' , ���: ��� '.-��� ���' :-'; .'*li..r.
2 Town-lop '21, 'hi mi ra'f.f .'.'���'
ehain.--,    thi-iH'c   un.!!.   St)  epi.in-.
lliiM'Cc  '.'.'.'-��  SO .���;;   ' f-,-',,]���: ��� MUit !:
8li ehr;   :* to  j! i.     . i ' .��� m.,h-. ���-, ,\ ���
iitent, containii,;: tiiu :iCi* -, o.Mie jt
Scr*1'-''* on pr.-n l-M'.r.'.i ,S '.'-.".i-n,.
Ejl.V.V   f[-l!KIV     "rt'KI'fli
Dan ( in��!(. Au'iil .
].',itii! Di.. eroticr join, il'nu,
District of Rupert.
ivjiv .:.ii-;i   i.f   the
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***                           v   ;            Tr of \ aiii-.ouver, H,C, ninrrnd womnn
C. H  TARBE:LL      i iotnidn to apply ior perui'^ion   to
�����..... m...,mm,m .rnm.mmm..     1 \Wi-)UXHX      tilO        fo!|OWillJ<     (JO* Of! Ill'll
amtaaiuatt** ���   Htj.**tmKm,,<t* ������ a* -***-> * mmaiawama*f*m**amm   V |  i.,.],..
IHIGH (iRADE STOVBf ^>��r,�����:,l;r,n &'^!
J A1..1 ;.:i KITCHKN    UTKNSil.s/ '������, T'-wncliip '21. thenee  no*'h    S
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M?s Cotton Root Corr.pounA
���/Tkt*T\m0, *rho crruit Ulcrlno Tonli", ii.nl ,   *��.-���,
^���"f-^P^l^nly ��"���*���> cil'octtml Monttily !   ?T?7W
'/v i^vT_K^i.lUKiilitlurrin*.'hUiH\vriiiiiiii(��ui j   *-* ��� *
'". a rtf&C~*r 'lopttiKl. f;"l<l In U'",<-��> Ammo-.
In, i>J}mV\ fit Hmi��*tl.-No. l. if. iio. Jj,
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V   vT pl^'^lpf^^  ONLYONEDm.LAUAVKAh.   j
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Company hy :iny p(*r.*ni. ... >r p-r-
i.uif . xc-pi i.-iii, en v. i, .-Irictly
l}iol*��"'Uni.     LiiipO'V-.-i   're   "tib-
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I Genera! Hardware }', s,i'"1 "'"ii.,.';,,;;,:���',',, THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,.
Do you realize ��� that to" go
through life tortured and
disfigured by itching, burning, scaly and crusted eczemas, or other skin arid
scalp humors is unnecessary? For more than a generation, warm baths with
Cuticura Soap
And gentle applications of
Cuticura Ointment have
proved successful in the
most distressing cases, of
infants, children and adults,
when all else had failed.
AHhouRh Cuticura Snap and Ointment aro sold
by druuKlHtu and dealers evBrywhorc, a liberal
lamplc ot each, with 32-pago booklet on treatment
of skin nnd hair, will bo nent, posWree, on application to "Cuticura," Dopt. OM, Boston, U. B. A.
"I have'decided," said the poet, "to
become a philosophical anarchist."
'Oh, very well," his wife wearily replied. 'Anything for a change from
what you are."���Chicago Record-Herald.    ' -.,,���'
Ask any doctor arid he will tell you
that eczema is caused by impurities
"in the blood; that nothing can cure it
tha does not reach the blood���tliat
salves and outward applications aro
worthless and a waste of money,^ The_
reason why Dr. )VTrTiarns,���Pniir~Pillsj'
have always been so successful in cur.
ing this most.annoying trouble is bc-f
cause they act directly on the blood,'
reaching the root of the trouble and j
driving out. all impurities. They
Danish eczema, salt rheum, and unsightly pimples and eruptions, relieve
the irritation and itching and giyn
perfect health. Mrs. A. Puling, of
Milestone, Sask., says: "T was afflicted with a blood and skin disease
which lhe doctor called eczema, but
which did nol yield in the least to
his treatment. 1 was covered with
flores and in very bad shape, A frjend
advised me to take Dr, Williams' Pink
Pills and after using eight, or nine
boxes 1 was completely cured, T enn
strongly recommend the Pills to anyone suffering from that trouble."
A niedicino that, can make, new, red
���blood, will cure not only skin, .{rouble,'
but-nlso anaemia, rheumatism'.,, neuralgia, iniligestion and a, host nf'Other
troubles simply because these, troubles
are Ilie result, of hud blood. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills make new hlood and
under their use" blood and nerve
troubles disappear, Sold by all medicine dealers or by mail at, fid cents a
box or six boxes for $2.fin from The
Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brook-
villo, Ont,
When a woman likes to wait on n,
man, that settles it; she loves hint.
People novr bneomo so old that it
does not, hurl- Ihem to he. scolded,
neciulsl'o on tl<o Form,- Kvery farmer
nnil iturl'-riitHf'i' nlirii'li" lu'i'p ii. Hiipiily nf
I)v. TViotiuiH' l''"lp(it.i*|i! Oil on li nnil, not,
���wly iih a rciulv romody fnr IIIh in tlie
family, liut Iiwiiiiho it Ih ii hnrw anil
cattle  riii'illi-'ini*  <��f  urent   ixitenr.y.    An n
Hllt'Stltllt'-   f"f   iweet    f-ll    for   linrai'H   mill
cut tio  nfl'i'i'tfil  liv  cnllr   It   fnr  Hiii'tuiHHeii
'UiiytliiiiK Hint ciin be iiiltiiiiilHloi'oil,
Pink up a pin Ilial lies crosswise in
your pathway and you will have good
fori nm'.
A publication ih'voti'd to the inler-
osls of janitors would be ralher lint,
Sore Thront is no trilling niliiieii!.
II, mnv earry iliseuse gerniH lo any
pnrt of the body through the food you
eat. When ymi fi*e| sore throat coming on, use Hamlin's Wizard tlii,
A nun*.nuiking nwicliine was patented In Knglan.l in 178*1.
Most peorde nil ns though Ihey were
fntlening themselves for market,
You can't make a  compliment hlg
enough to suit, Bonn* people,
Northern  Ontario    Mine   Has
markable System.,
Place in a mining camp tx modern
department storu completely equipped with telephone service and automobile delivery and selling hydraulic
energy over the-counter in hundred
pound packages, and the city bred
man may get a fair idea of what a
power plant means to an industrial
community 1,000 miles from its coal
supply. Up in Northern Ontario
such power as this is more of a miracle than a brick flat with steam heat
and porcelain tubs, ' for the miner
can exist without a bath, hut he
can't uncover pay . rock without
power to drive the drills tha* do it.
When the prec of coal <n Northern
Ontario ..began to eat into the ore
profits the miners harnessed the
Montreal river for power.
Ragged Chutes, the point where
the. miners located their plant, is a
natural water pow��r in itself. It is
ten miles from Cobalt. Here the
river for about 1.000 yards whirls
down a thirty-fix"' foot grade and for
four seasons in the year is a boiling,
tossing torrent.
The theory n? pi noticed was to
drop, this ru ruing tide down a 300
foot shaft near the top of the rapids,
then to catch the air bubble, as they
rose from the water, racing through
a subterranean chamber toward a
tail shaft lending up again to the
bed of the river 1,000 feet downstream. "��� ,
Building this power plant wns
nbout one hundred times more of a.
proposition than its originators foresaw., First the low masonry dam
was completed, tiGO feet across the
river, the waterways thus erected
having a capacity of 1,200, cubic feet
per second. , Immediately above the
dam; in the centre of a large concrete basin, two eight-foot steel
shafts, each containing sixty-six
pipes fourteen inches in diameter,
were sunk to a depth of������..150'.feet. A
thousand ^feet downstream the other
shaft was sunk into the rocky bed,
and then in three shifts, and working day and night, the miners chopped a subterranean chamber connecting the two shafts'at the upper end
of the rapids with the single one at
the lower. The^ eut this great underground raceway twenty-two feet wide
along its entire length, twenty-six
and a half feet high at the bottom of
the shafts and forty-two feet high in
the central i-art of the tunnel. The
whole undertaking was hazardous to
an extreme, but neither officers nor
men will admit it. It was all in the
day's work with them. Moreover, the
camp at Cobalt had begun to taunt
them, and they were going io finish
the job or "bust."
Across the ridges above the hole;
IvHeT-eH.rle f1Tpi*ds roared-"gangs���of"
timber jacks in the meanwhile chopped a path straight through the
shrub toward Cobalt. Swamps, where
men sunk to their armpits, were filled in with rock and timber, and before work on the power plant was
completed they had laid1 seven miles
of corduroy road for the big steel
pipe lint���this twenty inch lap welded pipe line of German steel, which
was to carry the air eventually and
was laid in sections as it arrived,
the various loops and feeders ranging from twelve   to three   inches   in
diamoter. /
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Trade  With  Britain.
John Bain, Imperial trade cor-
respondent for Ottawa, recently issued a report on the external, trade
of the United Kingdom as it affects
Canada for the six months ending
June ao.
The total values of tho merchan-
dizo imported into tho United Kingdom from Canada, and exported from
the United Kingdom to Canada, during tho first six months of each of
the years 1010 and 1911, were as
Tho figures given being in pounds
starling���Imports into 'hu United
Kingdom from Canada, 1910, 10,509,-
000;  191', 8,481,000.
Exports from the United Kingdom
to Canada, of United Kingdom produce 1910, O.fil 1,000; 1011, 0,40*1,000;
of foreign and colonial produce, 1910,
1,4.19,000; 1011, 1,478,000.
The exports to Canada wero thun
nbout tbj* same in valuo as last year,
but tho Imports from Canada were,
lowor l.y two millions sterling, of,
which nearly one nnd one-half millions were due to diminished import*
of wheat. Britain's wheat imports
from Cjinndn were ��3,825,000 in tho
first six months last year, whilo they
were only ��2,422,000, Bacon anil
hams, however, show im incronsit
from ��095,000 to ��1,027,000.   **
With high-sounding sentiments i\
political orator can clutch all the people some nf the time and some ot tliu
people all the time, but ho can't catch
all the people all tho timo.
Lloydininsti-r, Sask., which is a. Burr
colony, furnished im example of how
an orator's best auutimont may bu
turnod against him. Lloydminster'n
population is chiefly English, mul
Homo of tho men thero have had thu
well-known English habit ol heckling
A prominent orator aroused considerable enthusiasm by rounding out hia
speech with tint oft-quoted statement
of Sir John A. Muodi'iiiUu���' A Umuli
fiuhji-ct J tw'.*> Im ru,- a BfilD- -iubject
I  will die."
Applause greeted tho statement, but,
when the clapping had ceased, a liecli-
lor caused a laugh at the orator's xm-
pense by saying, "That's all very well,
out wiiui. are you going Vu uu m um
"You  are  very    foolish    Mary,  to,)
think oof getting married. If you will
give up the idea I will raise your
wages a dollar a week." Huh! a dollar a week? That's a fine argument
ag'inst marriage'��� ��� four dollars a
month alimony."���Judge.
Be Warned
by Headache
It Tells  of  Serious   Derangements  of
the Liver and Kidneys
You can stop a headache with pow-
erful drugs. But it is not. generally J
wise to do so.
A headache almost "always warns
you of derangements of the digestive
system, the liver, kidneys or bowels.
Awaken the liver to healthful action by the use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, and you not only free
yourself, of headache, but remove the
cause, which will soon lead to more
dangerous results than headache.
Invigorate, the action of the kidneys
by this treatment and you take away
the dangers of Bright's disease as well
as free yourself of headache.
Pains, arc the result of poison in
the system and whether you have
headache, backache or aching limbs,
you can be almost, sure of relief and
cure when you cleanse and regulate
the vital organs by the use- of Dr.
Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.
They are wonderfully prompt, as
well as definite, and thorough in action. You can depend upon thorn,
no matter how long-standing or complicated your case, so long as the
cause is the sluggish, torpid condi-
tionof the liver and kidneys.
If you don't feel like risking 25
cents for a box, write for a free sample, A trial will convince you of
their merits. One pill n dose; 25
cents a box; nil, dealers or Edman-
8on, Bates & Co.,1 Limited, Toronto.
He was a commercial traveller of
the more flashy typo and had just fin-
ished tolling a. startling story of liis
newly made acquaintance, of tlie railway 'carriage,
"That reminds mn of ono of tho
Munchausen's yarns," remarked the
victim, for wnnt of something bettor
fo say.
"Munchausen!   Who is linP"
"Why, don't you know about him?
He is'the. most colossal example of
mendaeily that civilization has produced."
A brief, painful silence ensued,
which was broken hy tlie traveller in
a tone that was nlmost timid.
"Excuse me," ho snid, "if T seem
inquisitive,, but would you mind tell-
ing nio what houso ho travels for."���
Pittsburg Lender,
Tf you hate a disagreeable hut honest and necessary task, perform it,
and hate It nfterwnrds.
For regulating tha
bowels, invigorating
the   kidneys   and
alkring up the lazy
W. N. U,, No. B02,
Veteran Is Gone,
Tho old door in High Park, Toronto,
is dead.
Old ago carried him off, but tlio
mirks authoritim- are not just certain
how old he is. He hai* boloimed to
that city  fur  11 ymuH,
The olil fellow had been iu ill-henlth
for two years past. Ho had a (Ino
set of honit*. and a deep bellow, that
used to make the High Park woon-j ��>)���
sound during tho autumn days, whun
he would miikii desperate efforts to
break out of Ida iv-utid.-Toronto Star.
Dr. Morse's
Root Pills
have proved for over
half a century, in
every quarter of the
world, absolutely safe
ond most effective.
25c, a bo*
��� <*.
Hudson   Bay    l-toute    Forests    Hav*
Suffered Seyerely.
In the summer ot V-0 the Forestry
Branch of tlie Depar* nent of the In-;
terior 9ent out a sue/ey party to ex-!
amine the country though which the
Hudson Bay Railway is o run, lor,
the purpose of asoet .aining whether
ties for the railway c* u'ld be obtained'
along the Hue or whei her they wouldj
have to be brought f.-om a distance.!
The leader of the par y was Mr. J. Hi
Dicksou, B.S.A., B.S,l'\, assistant in.--
spector of forest reserves, aud the
Government has justf published a re(
port of his investigati ma.;. Mr. Dick-,
son was accompanies by three Held'
assistants and five otl ers.
Starting at The P\is, on the Sas-1
katchewan River, tha party traversed|
tho country around M! tishto Lake, the
tern, wliu its many lake expansions!
(including Wekusko take), Pakwa (o.rj
Pakwa iii) i.ake, Setting aud Split/
lakes, and in-.": i^ison i..ver system,;
including Cross and : Sipiwesk lakes,1
Wintering and Landing Lakes. The]'
return journey was t.ade by way ot;
the Miuago (or Pint) lliver. Some!
two huudred and thii'ty-tive miles oil
the line of the proposed route of thej
railway was thus covered. '.  ���
The method adopted, wu- to run lines*
at intervals of three Lo six miles, the]
compass '--sing used to give the direc-!
tion. The men worked singly, and;
an' average day's work was lour to,
si: miles and return, neid glasses'
were carried, and were often used to
get an idea of the country tliat could]
not be reached on foot.
Mr, Dickson reports that the sizablej
timber ia coutined almost eiu.xciy to'
tne water-courses. Spruce is, generally speaking, the only timber thut, is
found .m.jiu etir*'*"h for saw-timber or
railway ties. The poplar, birch and'
jack pine aro invariably too short,
spindly, liinby and crooked for uuy use
save fuel or pulpwood. Very, very
few live tamarack, trees are to be
had; the rust have been Killed by,
bark beetles. \
Tho total number of ties available
in tho district covered is estimated!
at about 380.U00. which, at 3,000 ties,
to tho mile, would be sullicient for
about half the distance covered. Ot
saw-timber thero are about nine' and.
a half million leet, Eor pile timber!
the deud tamarack and the largest of
the close-grained black spruce couldj
bo used. There is a very largo supply of fuel wood avnilnble, and there
iwill also bo a large supply of pulp-1
wood, but much of the timber is ust
yet too small oven for that. i
Thu destruction of timber In this,
distriot, whoro lumbermen 'have never,
|.*unotrnted, is tremendous, Fire and
insects are responsible for this espe-!
oially tho former. Practically every
part of tho eight thousand square1
miles covered by tho survey partyj
has boon visited by two groat, general
flroa.'ono eighty yoars ago, tho other.
forty, In quiti* a number of places the,
lire had evidently leaped lakes u mil;**
or more in width. Often a llro livoni
'all winter in tho dry moss and break**
out again in tho spring following,      ,
Baric beetlos havo also dono un im
oaloulablo amount of damago. They
havo killed practically all tho tama-
rack and aro now nt work on tho ina-
kure Horucu.
Aftor tho trees havo boon iciuoa
by tho booties a wind-storm (nnd aej
voro windstorms aro very froquont iu
tho region) overthrows tho fallen
trees and tho mnss of dobris whioh
forms Ir IpinltM by tx Uphtnini** flash:
So a sovoro flro starts and may burn
over many miles oi country,
Tho protection of tho timber of tho!
region from flro in a tremondoua prob-
loin. Extension of tho patrol is Htig-j
gostod, but In a country so largo ami
praotlnally uninhnbited It would bo a
task of great dilliculty to check a llro,
if onoo it got started, bo tho ranger
ovor so ollleiont. As to starting fire*,,
Mr. Dickson cotiflidow tho Indians-
moro careful than whito mon, and far
moro so than tho half-broods.
So far as Investigated, tho rnto ol
growth of trees in the region is very
alow, A poriod of ono hundred yenri*
will produce whlto snruoa of a dia-'
motor of eight to twelve inches, pap-'
Inr of eight to ten Inches, blnck spruce1
of four or live inches. It is tho cold,
wet soil of tho muskeg which is largo-'
ly to blnmo tor the slow growth, tho1
cuntry being so level thnt good nnt-;
urnl drftinngD cannot bo i-Mured,���
Canadian. Coutary. .   .    -���-    *
CLOTHES' INSURANCE���A, paid-up ���-.".policy:.'
against the ordinary troubles of Wash-day���-is yours if
you use one of
Substitution doesn't  pay���it means  to  you loss  of
confidence and to the Grocer loss of a customer.' There
You Know the Signs
of biliousness���the oilt-of-sorts feeling, headache, dull eyes,
dizziness, bad taste, sallow skin, sick stomach. Get rid of these
as soon as they show and you will be happier and feel nil the
better. You can do this easily and prevent return of the troubles.
are a natural, snfo and reliable corrective. A few small doses of
Beecham's Pills will provo their valuo to you-���they will tone up your
system, remove tho sijtns of biliousness, help you out of stomach nml liver
disorders, keep your kidneys nctive and your, bowels regular. Tried and
always effective, Beecham's Pills aro tho family remedy which always
Should be on Hand
Prepured only by Thomai Beeclum, St. Helens, L��nc��ihlre, EniUntl.
Sold everywhere In Cinedt end U. S. Amerloi.  ! n boxce 35 centi^
Too Raro to Bo True
"What is there particularly curious
nbout thii* old watch you have labelled 'vory rare'?" inquired tho man in
tlio jowollor's. shop.
"That watch," Haiti tho jeweller,
belonged to Alexander the Grent, and
wits taken from him whon ho died on
tlie Isle of St. Helena."
"Grout Scott I"
������CurloiiH, oh I"
"GnriouH! Why, man, thero were
no wntebttH in tho days of Alexander
tlio Great."
"I know. That's what irjukes it bo
"Bosidps, Alexander tho Groat did
not die on St, Helena."
"Ho didn't?" Then thnt makes it
more raro than ovor, Give it mn, 1
must lock it in my lire-proof Biifol"
Mlnard's Llnlmont rollovon neuralgia
JuRKlitiR is recommended as good
exorcise, for nervous folks.
Tho avoriiKo mini's judgment ifi so
poor that ho runa a riHlc,ovory tlmo
ho uses it.
The Do��t Llvor Pill.���Tho notion of tlio
livnr Ih nattily dlnarranitod., A , Hiirttlnn.
nhlll, liniltio oxpoHunt to tho oloinoiitH,
ovor-lndiilKimon In somo favorlto food, ox-
t'i'HH iii drlnkliiK, aro a fow of iho naitHOH.
Ililt, whatever may lie tlio oiujho, Par-
moleo's Vuitotalilo Vlllf* can bo ro led mien
iih tho lioHt (loi'i'fiotlvo that onn ho talion.
Ttio.' oro Um Inmllnn* llvor pills and tlioy
havo no superiors antontr ��>���>��������� I'rejmni-
Keep tanks in bottles. Tt riivob.opening boxen to (Ind a particular kind.
A man looks almost rn* wrotohed at
it, ..v.ptioii ii.s a -roni'in lonln whon
travelling in a covered wagon.
"I "suppose you hate to see your
daughter marry," snid tho young
"Yes, I do," admitted tho father.
"Hor niothor has mnde'It a point to
bo mighty swoot tempered while this
courtship was going on."���Washington Horuld.
Mlnard's  Liniment Cures Dandruff
In dnciding thnt Ohineso sausage la
not bologna, tho customs officials discreetly refrained from saying what it
ronlly is,���Chicago News,
Corns canim union milToritifc, lint llol-
loway's Com Ouro olrors a spoody, suro,
and satisfactory rollof.
In this country wo nlwnys livo well
in the prosont nnd diot calamity lor
tho future,
Millard's Liniment On,, Limited,
l^'iir Sirs,���I had n Blooding Tumor
on my fnco for a long timo and tried
a number of roniodioa without nny
good results. I. was advised to try
MINARD'S LTNIMI'INT, and aftor us.
ing several bottles it mndo a comnlotn
ouro, nnd it hoalod all up and disappeared altogether.
Bolloislo Station, Kings Co., N. B,
Rnpt. 17. .1004.
Earl of fliillsbury was tho orlginnl
user of tho ennon in wnrfaro, and tho
wn<* tho HM KniTlifllimnn killed by a
amnion ball,
"Let good digestion wait on appetite, and health on bolhf"
Thoy will tf you take Shaicmwam-
Thoy correct stomach disorders, assist digestion, fnd make lifo worth
living af!>ln tar the victim of dyspepsia, 50o. a box, If your druggist hu
not stocked them yet, send us SOo, and we will mall them. 36
m       NatWaal Druf ��ml O-etMUal C��M��Mr at CutaJ*. Umll��J,     ���     Mantraa!
J %i  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Mary, Mary, quite contrary.  How   does   your   garden   grow?  Sliver bells and cockleshells  And pretty maids all in a row.  THE nursery' rhyme brings to mind ,  a delielously cool , garden with  trim piths, box-bordered, rows  of clipped shrubbery, primroses, hollyhocks and over In a"shaded corner a  bed of lilles-of-the-valley. v  Those valley lilies were., the "silver  bells": and ringing the circular flower  beds were Hie "cockleshells"���������all white .���������  arid glistening In the sunlight, with their  opal pink lips' giving a delicate1 color  touch to the neatly clipped greensward  Cockleshells were a favorite decoration for garden paths In our great-  grandmothers' times. The pretty custom  has entirely died out with the Introduction of modern methods In landscape gardening; but even if'.they be  old-fashioned, the pure white shells even  yet make attractive accessories to the ������������������-  home garden. If you have stored away  in a forgotten corner of your woodshed  or cellar any of -these old-fashioned  shells, now is the time to bring them,  forth, give them a scrubbing till they  gleam with their natural purity andde-  vote. one spot In your garden to the  flowers so loved by your ancestors, , A  very attractive garden ornament can be  made by the use of a'wire basket (Died  with earth and moss In which a broad-  leafed palm or semitropioal plant-grows.  Surround   the  basket  with   your  dis-  carded cockleshells by drilling a small  hole in the lip and wiring It. to the  basket.  The   picture   illustrates   how   this   Is  done and how ornamental It is.  The   liardy   cannasare  splendid   for  decorative plants, Plant the bulbs early  " in, the spring in the center, of a round  bed.   They grow to a good height, some--  times reach lng seven or eight feet, and t  i the bloom Is bright scarlet or yellow.  Combined with the, deep green leaves,  this makes a thick clump of greenery.  The rockery, too, Is acquaint and pretty  adjunct to tho home garden, As tho  ���������name Implies, It Is a mound or circular  wall built of stones and eitherncovered  with   mosses  and  trailing   vines   with  ���������; email flowering plants peeping out between the crevlcee, or as a base for  larger plants, In the illustration la a  low wall of stones built around a tank  where water plants grow.  *mXheJ23 0x2 <3 xiii^ mbashelir  Flat boards top the wall and on these  are arranged potted ferns and small  varieties of palms.  The cockleshells are also used In this  rockery ae an added decoration,  For the plazsw or from the rafters of j  the summer house one can liave baskets-|'  of .trailing vines or fine flowers. .' ,\  The picture shows a hanging basket  that can easily be made at.home simply by nailing small pieces of rough'  wood, which have been selected for their  uniform   thickness   and   cut   an   even  length, in log-cabin fashion.   It is hung  ;by four wires, one. from each corner,  In the center' is placed a pot of  maidenhair -fern.   '.'���������' / '  English ivy is perhaps the best of the  vine variety of decorative plants.  Though of slow growth, It pays to  plant it, forfwhen grown over a stone  wall or up the sides of a bride or stone  house It cannot be surpassed for beauty.  The accompanying 'Illustration' shows'-,',  a  garden  wall  of gray  stone  covered  with this beautiful Ivy.   the gate is of  , wrought Iron with a fancy grilled ,  The dull,gray stones and deep waxy  green leaves make sharp contrast to  the dull iron.  Any one rof these suggestions can be    ,  followed by the homemaker to beautify  the garden*.   ��������� ..'.,'���������-..  Washing Lace Yokes  HAV-E-you-a-whlte-lacer-net-or-eni-������������������  broidery yoke in one of your  frocks ,- that has become soiled  about the neck, and are you wondering  how to clean it without hurting the  material of the gown? If the lace is  washable, it Is an easy matter; if not,,  more care will" have to be taken.  If you cannot-use water on the yoke,  try  cleaning it  with  gasoline; ������������������but  be  sure you are In the open air while do-*  , lng so, keeping away from an uncovered flame.  Fill a bowl half full of the liquid and  dip the yoke In, allowing it to soak- for  a few minutes, Then gently press the  soiled parts between the palms or rub  them lightly with the fingertips until  all the dirt disappears. Hang it in the  air to dry and free from the gasoline  odor,  .Pure white soap and water are the  best cleansers.  If you cannot remove the yoke from  the gown/ lay Jt on a thickly folded  turkish; towel and scrub the soiled portions with warm water and soap and  .rinsejn__clear,jwater._ You will flnd-the  dirt is absorbed by the toweling, leaving the lace perfectly clean.  It Is best 'to remove the yoke if possible, A very good way to have wash  dresses made is to have the white yokes  and cuffs sewed in by hand, so that  they can easily be taken out.  After this is done, baste-the yoke securely and smoothly to a piece of old  white muslin. This will keep it in  shape and prevent stretching when it is  washed. If it is badly stained with perspiration, wash in warm, sudsy water  in which a few drops of ammonia have  been.dissolved; rinse in clear water and  lay very wet in the direct rays of tho  sun to dry and bleach. When dry,  dampen again slightly and Iron on the-  wrong side while It is still on the muslin.        .  Remove bastings and your yoke will  be ln perfect shape to put back In the  gown. By this method thero Is no danger of hurting the material of the gown.  ��������� BuM cfsfoz&s  to look for It In various pawnshops, If  it Is disposed of In another city than  whoro vou live, It cnn more readily bo  traced if you know th*'*.number.  Stylos. In watch cases aro. many and  varlod, I There, Is no particular stylo  which Is moro correct than anothor for  tlio practical woman, unloss It bo tho  perfectly'pin-In gold caso with thf monogram ongrnved In the oeulro,  'Many ensos uro sot with Jewels, Theso  aro protty but expensive; but because  tlio wutoh cruse linn several diamonds  sot In It, It doos not follow Unit the  movement in tho host, Whon buying a  wntoh lie suro you select a good reliable  movement.   '  The boflt way fnr.a woman to curry  lior wiitelt In attached to a long chnin  about hor nook. A plain gold chain ru*  ono -tot with small Jewels nt Intcrviils  Is tlio fnvorlln, Another good way I*- to  hnvo tho tlmoplot'o w\ In a bria'i'U.*!,  either of gold or of a flno leather .strap  Hint fits about tho wrist,  This latter way Is most convenient for  travelers,  Never, undor any olreuuiRtanooH, wear  HAT is a irlrl to  do when sue has  left school? Thar  ���������is-a-problem-that���������*--  h a s    confronted  me three tlmtrs In  my life, once for  myself,   once   tor  each   of  my   two  daughters; and  I  huvo      learned  through sorrow the wisdom that I now  pass on to ethers.  When,-.' as a girl of 17, I left the convent-school   where   I  hud   been   educated, there was no question as to my  re.uninlhg home,  as all  glri.s ilkl  then;  that was slnipJy taken for grunted.  Ono doulslon, however, did ha\o to  bo made Should I learn housework  under my mother's supervision, ' or  should I nimpl.v Join tho social life ot  our littlo plu.ee, and become a pretty  butterfly until son,ie man clipped my  wings? 1 was rather a domestic  (���������mature, and looked forward to tho  pleasant little duties of our big, comfortable home; but mother wus ilia  social loader nf the town, and It was  o. life of frivolity that she chose foir  mo,  Of course, I  foil In lovo and eloped*,  with   a   poor   inan���������that   ml|jht   havo.  boon oxpoo.tod. It took years of grinding poverty lo loach me the rudiments  of tho art  which'now beenine  of so���������  .much Importance, to,me, and which I  could  so  easily   havo  learned   In   the,  old   days.     1   dou-i-mlno'd,   whon   my  ilaiilVhl.orH   wore ' finished   with   tholr-  fU'lioolliw,  that  tlioy should learn  by  llClll't     llfl     tilO      |l!'l*H*l|l)i.'B     Of      llOUHl!-  luuiping.  Klniii'lio, Iho older, \vns a studious  Child, a lovor of books and plcturi'S,  whOHii Ki'lioniwni'k wiih a real plout-.urn  to hor. When ulie lo't >iJ������vli school, I  did mil waul her to go tu college; but  ���������her fnllioi- nvoi'.-iiU-il mo, ,<mt ilu* wont,  ���������Hho won IiIkIi hoimrs thero. ami ns hor  hoiiIoi* yivir mwod H,h cIomo .sho w.i'i  nlt'ornil a position on n niii.tnviliio n.-i  piililbhon'H reader, Hho wiih wild to  take It, but  I put my foot  dsiwn.  w  About Babies  'III'.N bnby goes out In his go-  cart or perambulator grout caro  should bo taken In lifting tho  1'iirriiiK*' gently over curbstones, and  whon Hilton on country roadw smooth  ones illiquid )rt> clinHi'ii,  It In nxtromoly hiutl on tho child to  hnvo Its oarrlngo jolted���������and ofton ro-  Htilts In serious Injury to Uh health,  your watch pinned to yonr jilotiHe by 't  jnwolod or any other kind of a pin.  Thin stylo wiih Introduced several  ytvira ago and hn<< boon continued by  sorno pooplo; hut It Is not good form  und never wns,  Did you ovor son a man woarlng his  wnloh pinned to his collar? No; nun  lmvo bettor huiiho tluiti lo Invllo pickpockets and UiIovuh to -match It from  w  Why Wnlk the PloorP  rlll'lN sending your Miinli son or  ���������laughter to tin* "Lund uf Nod"  . . lay hlrn Hut on I*Ih little bnck  in the crib, novor lilm with a light, -.oft  quilt and leavo hltn lo full i.Mli*op,  Young mothers Hhould never begin tho  practice of pacing tlm floor with baby  or rocking to coax sleep to his llulu  oyos,  For surely tlio hour will como when  you., will .Im physically unable to do no  and troivbli* will follow,  I  Mffe^jZW*Al?/Q?7//S? S&Z/Sr*  Ospy jfte niim2)ei?i  Xhe 2>nsceJerjs teller ttentte blow������  WHAT caro wo nhouid tnko of our  watch-that friendly littlo hi-  '*' ftrumont which, untlrlnifly night  nnd Hay, -records the pausing nf thn  <lny������, ,tho hours, the mliiutoH nnd second*,   ,  fleldniri do owners nf watches renllan  the Imiiortnnoo of keeping tlio works  ���������loon anil ptrfeotly guarded from shocks  or fliiddnn Jnrs, Ilo careful not lo drop  your watch, und dn not lot It dnnglo by  ft Ionic chnlii about tho nocli where It  will bo nnt to knock against anything,  Aftor you havo boon fho possessor of  n chronometer for any length of Hum,  you aro brought lo sudden rnnllisatlon  of the-valuo of your iltllo timepiece If  It Iri broken or yon loso It, One way to  Insure Its vnfo roturn If lost Is to wrlto  your nnrne nnd nddronri on a pleco of  thin rleu prtper with India Ink nnd puitto  It Into thn buck of thn caso, nftor earn-  fully mittlnu- tho paper to lit tlio lid  perfectly,  l.   Iflvory wntcli that Is made Is num-  horpd In two places,  The i'iiho iiuinbiM'ti will bit found  Htnmpod In tho Inside cast) noxt tho  movement   or works.   The movomont  numlior Is Htnmpod on ono of tho smooth  plncos of gold directly Irisldo tho onsu  and covering pnrt of thu works,  It Is woll to copy belli those iiiimborH  and keep them In a hiifi pine**. If your  wntoh Is utolfln, you can then nlwnys  recover It from n pawnshop, 'f tho thief  HliouM iliMpoHe ut It in this wny, by  Hoiiilltig The wntch'H nuinbiM' to the police stiit^n, \vh(re oHIcorM will bo told  thoir persons, ,   '  Mnlte a niriiilli'eh/imnbi pocket to fit  your wntoh; or sow. tho littlo chamois  oiiho In which thn wntoh i-iuno to you  from tho Jeweler 'InMdo ihe belt of  your Nklrl and slip It Into thnt, Wlnh a  long chnlii attached, which Is around  your nook, Uikih will be hiiiiiII ebaiice nf  y'Mir losing this valuable 11 tt lu time-  hlooo,  Tho Fat Dahy  V IR not n^cosBtirlly a sign of Kood  lien lib when n bnby lu musslve and  oiits enormously,  l'lihlo.) nf this type 'should hr; fed moderately  and  kept  In  the open air an  much as imssililc,  When   ..inr'iri    vfT'lif'*.   fv,,,^..   rori^ri,..  nil. mipflrlliioiis clotliJr.K and onoourngo  tbem ti.������ Kick and .-.Uftdi and, us aooii  lis lhe Htrotiglh of their legH will penult,  help Uieiii lo i-tnml and walk.  Complexions  DAniC-IMTUWD peoplo are fifty  IIiiioh an iiincii Inellned t" Insanity  an light-haired one,-'. Nearly ovory  piilkinl In nn liuane nHyltiin ih ii bru-  nilttn. 'Phn avorngc Ih shown by tho rfl-  liort of an lOngllsh asylum, which  shows Hint out of llift Inniatos only four  aro blondes nnd only one In red haired,  Horn at Inst Is consolation for tho rod-  benduil,  Tho explanation of all thi* has novor  been nnVrml; but It may be tlmt bru-  nellfiH nro Ion*' phlegmatic thnn blondes,  iind iiHire MiiKcoptlblo to nve-"   ���������" "iiimU  S^W  ��������� -*#������*ff!Hi#*������--j������w*-������>*������'i  ���������>*ikii������i*Sil������j>aS*i������i  *'t*t������,**i*'2___jji''f_l i V  "������  THE NE\V$, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA:  * ���������^are������*-MH������w������}i-. y  ~  -'timm'mmm'Jmm^lf   '   '  S3  THE FURNITURE STORE  BLANKETS  AND  COMFORTERS  White and Grey  Blanket.  Flannelette Sheets,  all sizes. '.''  Wool and Down Comforters, Pillows and  liillow Cases. We can supply everything  to make your bed comfortable. A full  stock of Furniture always on hand.  N, HIRANO,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  IvADIKS',  &   GENTLEMEN'S  TAILOR  MADE     SUITS  FBOM*���������������2O.00   TO ������35,00,  ("leaning'  and Pressing  DONE AT *    .  Reasonable Prices.  Phone 52  Cumberland 8.0.  I      A. MoKIHNON McPhee Block, Cumberland  ��������� ������������������- i*x^r^jj*xpj&zxmti!. i!b^.-7-w������KKwatsaal   mmmmmmma  mBWam  hi  Victoria visited Cumberland  on Sunday aud engaged No. 5  Thistles in a B.C. League game.  The day was anything but au  ideal oueJor football, the rain  ? -'oni^ng down in torrents all day.  In spite of Ihe inclement- weather  a large crowd turned out to witness the game.  Victoria had out a strongele\>  en, while the Thistles made"two  changes from the team that was  picked to play. Tom "Hinds-had  to. cry oft,' not having recovered  from his accident at Nanaimo���������  Jack Williams taking his. place.  Carney taking the place of Dai'gie  who was indisposed.  ; Victoria* won the toss, and de- J  "ieiided   the   lower goal.      The  Thistles were the first, to become  dangerous,  Adams   and Carney  tailing to convert easy  chances.-  A foul against Victoria just outside   the   dreaded   area  looked  dangerous for; the" visitors,   but  ~W Li 11 er" c 1 eirrHl^lnl���������TiTTCsT~*,~TlTe~  'Thistles were not to be   denied,  however;   aud   kept    hovering  around Duggan's charge.    They  were awarded a  penalty   which  Boothman failed to convert.  The visitors now began to'li'ave  a say in the game, and Wil!<ie  was unlucky1 with a shot, which  Clark just scraped away.  . The Thistles again took the  game in hand and Adams had  hard lines with a shot which  struck the uprights and bounded  back into play. The same player  had the honor ol opening the  score a few minutes later, the ball  coming out to him: from a scrimmage close in, aud placed it'over  the heads of several players out  of the Victoria  keeper's  reach.  The first half ended without  the score being added to, On  phiy the locals should have  crossed over with a. three-goal  lend, but the forwards failed to  take advantage of the clmuces  offered I hem.  On resuming, Victoria kept  Strang aud Hinds busy, but they  proved ei pi ������1 10 the occasion.  Wilkie, nt outside right, was in  great form, and kept McLean  and Minds cm the hop. Booth-  man put the Thistles i\vo up,  beating Dnggnn with ,1 beauty,  The .same player made it three  np a few minutes later. Victoria  changed tlHi' front rank, Wilkie  coining coming to centre and  Muir going lo outside right.  This change met with success,  Clark failing to clear a shot from  the left, Wilkie eluding the backs  b^u Ci.uk ciose iu, Victoria  kept up 'he pressure and looked  like reducing the leeway, but the  inside men falling back assisted  the d'-lcnrt* in find 'lheir fee1'  again. Piay was again carried to  the Vicioiia end. where Carnery  made ihe game safe by making  by inai-ing the tally four. .The  play.*!.' woe feeling ilu-cOccIs of  the hi aw ground and fast 1*711111-.  and Uie play blackened off,  Time was called without the  score being 1. ided to.  ']'���������'���������'��������� iora! nn is to be ton-  ��������� ���������������������������' i-< <) '.������:> i'r-:*' v. in, ns Vic-  "   : ���������  'Uc of '!i������.' hv.it, if -.k.< Mm.  best, team, that has ever visited  Cumberland, . When a team includes such players as Millerp  who had the honor of playing  for Scotland against England  three years ago, and Wilkie, of  the St. Bernards, a player who  would shine in any first-class  team; Whittaker, of Manchester  City, and such players of, B. C.  repute as Scotty Harl.ey, Muir,  Newlauds, and ,Duggan,','. they  will take some beating. Wilkie  and Jl iller were the stays of the  teai'ij, and lovers of the game in  Cumberland wi[l not forget them  for a long time   "  Of the home team Cairns,  Adams and Boothman deserve  especial mention. They were  the backbone of the team, .andjiii  their position's have few equals in  B.'C. The team, as a whole,  played a great game, but we  think, (vvithout mentioning any  individual) that the selecting  committee could improve , on  some weak spots.  "WeeVVattie" won  the fancy  IMt,*���������gLv^jr^to__th.e__p la,y.ei*_w-l 10  scored the first goal.  ���������Nauaimo will visit Cumberland on Sunday first, when it is  hoped the boys will repeat the  dose���������and more of it.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  11 Tommy's Bicycle Shop i  N" Nakanishi, Pitop.  ��������� *  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc.. Etc,  Plumbing Done.  Bicycles for Sale  and Hire.  P.O. Box 360  Local agent for  Cleveland, Massey-Harris  and Perfect bicycles.  Telephone 7.0  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.       f  SECOND  ''*      -.-,'. -fi'  h\    illnAiA*   h������   ���������������������������       mmik    ^   B_.~-m-^i  STREET  COMMUNICATIONS.  , Editor News:���������Cumberland  got a Governor-General's bronze  medal every year but 190S, although three pupils passed the  entrance examinations that year,  and since that year 15 .medals  have been donated annually. ,"  Trail got one these medals in  1906, wheu only one pupil passed  the examinations. Kaslo also  got n medal iu 1906 when only  three passed, It will thus be  ������������������0011 that Cumberland was treated  unfairly by hnving the medal  taken nway that oue year.  There are other 39 medals  wanted for school districts that  were fairly entitled to them during the past six years; but did  not get them, The publication  of these facts may help Mr. Mail-  son to get justice for Cumberland  at the next session of the Legislature,  Xmas Presents  A Stock of over  to Select From  Xmas Presents  WATCHES,   FOBS, -PENDANTS,  chain^ bracelets, silver-  ware; lockets; brooches.  .���������:;\mfLmmmm*mm&  BERT  ASTON  XHE-JEWEL-BOX  Dunsmuir Ave,,  ������������������'��������� Nkxt/to Tarbku/s Store.  Lelhbridge, Nov. 16th���������The  coal miners of District 16 United Mine ."Workers'- of America,  who have been on strike since  the end of March, will return to  work Monday-morning, Nov. 20,  at 7 o'clock. This statement is  definite and accurate and can be  relied on to the letter. This  'statement was made last evening  by an officer of the union in high  standing, Later iu t..e day the  executive will meet President  Lewis Stockett of the Operators'  Association, and will officially  inform him of the action of the  miners. Orders will then be  given for the opening of the  mines on Monday morning, at  which time all miners who have  been Out 011 strike will be ordered to report for work. The un  official vote is as follows:  Eor   Against  Lethbrulge 129  Hemic. 407  Blah more  33  Passburg  35'  llillcrest  .119  Lille   .... 47  28  48  4  ip  M  23  Tho funeral of Iho lato John  Green wny, who mot liiu death ho  tnigiuiilly nt Coiirtoimy, will tako  plnco indny lVum tho rouiilonce of  hiu piuoiits, Cedar District,Nauaiino.  ThoiH* wlio had tlio pleasure of  attending Mr.   0,  Jl.  Fochnor's  birthd'.y celebration at Co arte nay  on Tliiiii-diiy ttvyniiijr JHbt,  report  having a grand timo, ���������"Fccli"  troatod thorn liko a princo,���������Who  over ex pee tot I any other kind nf  tiumtme-nt from that ������������������prince, of  good 1'i'llown?"  Methodist   Church  LADIES   AID  BANQUET and CONCERT  If you want Cheapest and Best patronise���������  K.ABE& Co.  No. 5 Japanese Town,  Fine Groceries, Dry Goods,  ...'������������������> ,     Candy, Fruits, Etc., Etc.        ,  "    ��������� -.' 1'      ,    .'   ���������'.    ���������'/ ���������:.'���������    ���������       ���������       "' ' '  I have 3 fine'Baths, complete, white enamelled ware, good quality, cost $45.00 each,  Now $35.00 each  ��������� '" ��������� - f-     ���������       ���������'���������'..���������       ..-.������������������'.   ���������     ��������� ���������.     '���������..  ^*>*>/am*\/afi/^^  ^iiniiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiia  I Capitol $6,200,000. Reserve $7,200,000  I; The Royal Bank of Canada.  I DRAFTS'   ISSUED   IN  ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  ' OVER   THE    WORLD.    ������ >   . r: '  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid lo HAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  I   at 'highest Current Rales allowed on Wppc-sits of $1 and upwards.  CUMBERLAND, B. C., Branch, Open Daily.  UNION WHARF, B.C.,   Sub-Brach, Open Thuredftye  /D.M.MORRISON, Manager. |  COURTENAY,   B.C,    Branch,   Open Daily. ������  ' WM. HOFF, Manager. ������  %iiiiiiiiiiiiiy_iiiiiiiiiiuiuii^  maammamwmmm-aeMKmmMma^^^mmim^^  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Public Hall, Courtenay,  Wednesday, Nov. 22nd,  At 8 i>. Ar.  Cumberland Hall,.  Thursday, Nov. 23rd,  At 8 p.m.  Mk. Will Lochuanh. [second  Harry Lauder] Famous  Scotch Comedian.  Bonnie  Wee Agnes Wallace, 18  years old] Youngest Piper  in the World,  Miss Katie Stewart,  Sung   and  Dance Comedienne.  Mr. G. H, Larrignu, Flute and  Piccolo soloist-- [Wee Geordie,  ' formerly pf Nanaimo.  Mr, Geo. Hurton,  Impersonator  Mr. G. H. Adlani, Pianist.  High-class Specialties nnd Two  Screaming Scotch Absurdities:  "McClusky's Troubles" and  "McGreeor's in filesrn."  PRICES:     75C50d.25C,  CUMBERLAND  ������������������CAFE   A picture of Karl Grey's medal j  is given above.   The only difle'r-! ThtlfSday,   NOV. 30  ence between the silver and  the' ^ ,, a     'p n t n  h rouge medals is the ma'cii'il of ( -'tlltriul *r\      I   K 1 J  which ihey are made.  J. K. Muih  ,T0 la-ROPh"  Under new management this  popular place of refreshment  is being renovated and enlarged lo accomodate the  increasing number of its  patrons.  JACK & RICHARDS  IV'pnntoi'H,  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  =v. Bbjib^fe  CU holes ale Dealer in WINES, LIQUOR & BEEFJ  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spring in the history of Comox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to the supply, Nothing pays better than  poultry, if they are rightly managed. Begin  with the little'fellows nnd 'feed them CHICK  FOOD, which is n mixture of hone meal; wheat,  onts, corn and other grain, cut and blended iu  the right"proportion to .make tlieiu' thrive and  grow.   'For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,    ���������   - Courtenay, B.  ,      IJKAI.Klt IN |.*I.OUIt AND VEKll.  IT  ;e  !*f\mmamffy  II  J-  1  Ten Miles for a Cent  Fron one-ienlh ta one-fifth ccnti pet  mile mven ih������ co������t ol operttiog ������  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  MOTORCYCLE  Th.6ll.ntQr.yP.llew  Thu maeliine it alwayi ready (or a  hurryunlriporBpleaiuraruB. Will do  His road work ol 3 horwt. No expenia  wktnidle. Wn would like to tall you  mora about llio grealeit iport in tha  world.   Como in and ������e ui.  THOS. PIIMIfY,  Dealers     Victoria. B.C.  S  \  n  ������  r  M  ������������������If you get i' at l'iimle)'s it's au. kksht  P 8 ���������Wo Do Hopalrirjr  i'  %  >.


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