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Array ./y  .//,  .*������������������-. /  /  %_  ���������-*���������  '.- -*..*-  THE  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Nineteenth,-Year.  CUMBERLAND! B, C.    WEDNESDAY,   NOV. 8th,  ;9_i  Subscription $1.00 a Year  The .Store  I      of Quality  The Store  Of Quality  THEBIGSTORJE  This Store Only      STANFEELD'S      Sole Agents  UNSHRINKABLE UNDERWEAR  For FALL and WINTER  There is- no finer grade of underwear  made than StanfieJd's. The name stands  for Quality and Wear.  In the make of garments Quality stands first.  This brand of underwear is the best  that skilled labor can make. It is a  combination of the finest combed wool  and silk, and gives warmth and wear  without being bulky and uncomfortable.  They are unshrinkable   Sec yoa gctit���������  Every Size  The Label is a Guarantee  -It will Stand the-Test���������  Prices Lowest  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  UP-TO-DATE TOWN  The Cuimtlian Western Lumber  Go's headquarters at Creech's  Prairie, Sandwick, is developing  into quite a town, there being nlrendy thirteen cottages witli all  tho modern improvements, hotel,  elnb.oilieef*, pofc-tofHco, wash-house,  m:*ehino shop and a large,��������� roundhouse." A large "sawmill will bo  erected in the Bjiring,  Locals.  Friday's mail by S. S. Cowich-  nn will arrive at 12 noon and close  at 12.15 p m. sharp.  -.FOB SALE���������lioivo; buggy and  harness, cheap -Apply. L, A,  ��������� Monnee, Cumberland, B. 0.  FOR SALE���������Two 4-room hou*  ses on   Dorwont A(v(Mino.   Price  SlilOO for tho   two,'.-Apply   K  Aula, tailor, .Dunsmuir Avonuo.  , Dr. Korr, , dentist, will visit  Union Hay Oct 25th, to 28th,  Comox, Oct. 80 th, to Nov, 2nd,  Courtenay, Nov.- 2nd, to lOtli,  Cumborland, 10th, to 20th.  FOR  STOVES  AND    .  RANGES  Furniture and Household  SUPPLIES  Baths,  liavatories,  i  Plumbing &  Plumbing  Supplies  5 THECORNER STORE  Look outroR our  tarnvv_s_   VUsW      GREAT  v*>l  TRY THE  T.E. Bate, Cumberland;  -J**'  LOST���������Brass top of auto radi  iitor,    Return toll. Grant Br.  AV, Lawrence, manager of the  Dig Store, arrived home from a  business trip to Vancouver ou  Sunday,  W, J. Goard, the piano tuner,  arrived in town this week.  PHONOGRAPH,Edison Home  ������ ��������� and sixty records, for sale,  cheap.   Apply this office.'  I.1'  /  Until further uotico the Prin-  copr Uoyal will take tho Nnnnimo-  Vancouvor run, leaving Nanaimo  daily (oxcopt Sunday) IM a, m.  The Sunday boat to Vancouver,  has boon oan col liul tor tho season,  and the Charmer is scheduled to  leave Niuiaimo for Vancouver on  Wednesday and Friday at 1 p. in,  it I id vist.UU-.Uy   <iv    0    ji.    sU.     1 tic  Charmer has boon placed on the  Comox run, leaving Nanaimo on  Tueilays at .1 p. p. m,, Thursday*-  nt 0 a. m, and Saturdays nt 2 a, in,  Principal lloyor oi our public  school, arrived homo from. Vic  torin on Sunday,  Miss Minnie Horbury nrrivod  homo on Saturday last, trout a  visit to Nanaimo an Vancouver.  Air, T. Bickle returned froin a  short visit to Victoria by Sunday'.*  boat,  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Hi  The output of coal from local  mire**" for the month of October,  wim IH,M'5 tons,  ��������� ���������tu  MuvomMcLi'O'l left on a oiia*  jiuma trjp to Vancouver on Sattir-  day,  Thonnnunl Snlcnf Work In nld  of tho Vicarago Fund, will bo  hold on Tnordny, Nov, 21st.  Concert in tho evening.  Miss Trim tor, of Viotorin, nr-  rivod in town last week, and is  Iho guest of Uev, B. C. and Mrs,  Freeman,  United Mine Workers of Amor,  ion org'inlzi'd u brunch' of that or-  ���������lor in Cumberland Hull on Sunday nfieinooii with a meuil������er-  chip of ii'*"iir ono hundred nud  titty, Temporary otlicers wore  elected.  INDUCTION SERVICE  On Thursday evening last the  Presbytery of Victoria met in St.  George's church, the occasion  being the induction of' Rev J.  Hood, late of Sumnierlaud, B.C.  Rev T, Menzies, as ��������� moderator,  occupied the chair, and the Rev.  Robertson of! Nanaimo, preached  the induction sermon. After the  sermon the moderator read the  charges to the minister. Rev. C  E Kidd, of Union Bay, addressed  the congregation, the leading  point in his address being the  "power ot intercessory prayer."  Rev Robertson theu addressed  the minister.  At the close of the induction  service Mr. D R MacDouald, ou  behalf of St, George's congregation, presented, the Rev. Thos,  Menzies with a morris chair, as a  token of appreciation of the con-  .gregation for his services during  the recent and former vacancies.  The congregation then withdrew to the basement, where the  Indies had provided au ample  supply of those delicacies for  which they arc noted,  Speeches, congratulatory, historical and reminiscent, were  indulged iu, a full account of  which would be impossible here.  Revs. Lafiere and Freeman  \vr*rr* nrespnt nnd nrcnnipd sent'*  on the platform.  The congregation is to be congratulated on securing the services of Rev si Hood as'pAstor. *,.  Mr, and Mi*h. N, MoT{arhine, of  Nauaiino, arrived by Saturday's  bon., and nro the guests of Mrs,  D, Pi kot.  ummer  FOR   PAY-DAY,  AND  WEEK   FOLLOWING  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE   _SjR_EDMUND WALKER. C.V.Q.. LL.D.. D.C.L., PREsmrM-r   ALEXANDER "LAIRD," General Manager  REST,  CAPITAL, . $10,000,000  $8,000,000  PAINFUL ACCIDENT  A shocking accident, occurred  about two o'clock Monday afternoon by which two little children  of Mr Joe Horbury were very  seriously injured. Little five-  year-old Ben and his younger  sister, Beth, had gone to the  coal shed to get a little pail ot  coal for the house, "helping  mother." Mrs Horbury, in ihe  house, heard a loud explosion,  and rushing out iu alarm, met  her children tottering toward her  bleeding profusely from many  severe cuts aud bruises on their  bodies and limbs. 'Dr Gillespie,  was "summoned immediately, but  found Beth was so prostrated  from loss of blood and shock that  lie could uot determine at once  the extent of her injuries. We  are glad Jo report that she is  much better today, and that  Ben's wounds, though painful,  arc .comparatively 'superficial.  After the accident pieces of a  small tin un were found .scattered  about the coal bin, nud similar  bits of tin were taken from some  of Ben's wounds. Fragments of  detonating caps were also found,  nud it is surmised that the child  ten must have struck a tin containing some ol those caps that iu  some Inexplicable way had been  covered in tlie con),  of THe Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $r ancl  upwards, on which interest is' allowed at current rates. There is no  delay ,in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit; Small  deposits are welcomed. A234  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any oue of the number or by the survivor. A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing- tbe 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. ������.  UMBERLAND BRANCH W. T." WHITE,   Mm-������������������-;������������������.'  COURTENAY PARADE     ���������~~"  On Sunday last the Courtenay  L.O.L., No. 1859, met at their  hall in Courtenay and formed in  line at 1.45 p.m., for their annual  parade to Divine service. This  year the lodge visited the Presby  tcrian church, Sandwick, where  Ihey listened to a very interesting  and instructive sermon'by Rev.  Thos. Menzies. A few of the  members of Cumberland h.Q.lt.  participated, nmonsfc whom wi-re  Messrs W. Willard, J), R. Mac-  Donald and Alex, Armstrong.  Oiainsboro, Georgia, Nov, ml*.  ���������Old Bill Miner, "the notorious  train robber, wlio; with Tom  "Monro escnped from u (,i.,j-!,*i:i  convict ���������camp some \wi.vl;.-, .-au,  .was captured in a box cm* at .t.  Olnir today, Moon.-, who a^u-fr.  ed arrest waa shot dead.  am  mn  Benefit to N<*. H Football Team  by Cumberland Hall Moving  Picture Company on Weil hum I ay  evening,  The ladies of the W. C. T. U.  held a parlor-meeting at the home  of Mrs, il. Bryan, iu the Willard  Block, this afternoon, at which a  large representation of the members were present.  Night classes at the public  .school, under Mr A 1.5 Boycr, will.  meet Mondays and Thursdays, at  7 p.m. Classes uuder Mr. Robt.  Henderson will meet Tuesdays  and Saturdays at the same hour.  Students are especially requested  to be present on Thursday nigh',  art the organisation of the work  under Mr Dover will be arranged.  MV nre are iiiloiincd by a union  man tlmt two ' hundred and foil v.  six joined lhe 'union on i-'ini.h'v,  not one hundivd ami iil|y ns ,su;i-*l  eU'wiwre in this pa pur. Thi-*1.  iiiinibi'r in addition in iin* mini-  her of union im*n -ilrrady in imvi:  total* about four hundred,  nmirn "ii^nTiwirffii 1111 himiwiffiiimiiiiwiMiwiimiiwp'imb,my 1 unimi 1 h ��������� .jibi.ii'u   ' .1  . _r*'_r\_i*_.  Malta, Nov, I.��������� Peri-iihtant ru-  mors are iu circnlauon that tin;  Italian-1 have HufTvind a grunt ro  vi'ivo at Tripoli. It in rumored  that tho Turk** and Anilw ru-entcr-  il tho t<������wn ami that great fi'augh  toi followed.  0   R#  m  OVERCOATS  -aml-  FANCY  VESTS  ^__  im  Bn?j! *% 41*  hIVlll  a  ggS J  ^3  A nice  r.-uij-c  ol   Men's   1 mt;    I'.iiIisimI  ClnllisTi in rt.-ivy Isliir* ,-ii-s<1 blar!; .Si:r-,;ch f'M  I'.ill  W-ci*;l)|H .11 $|8,I.(I   tO   .f.Jj.01)*  lleavj* T-tetti ,,nt|  Ci-.iv.iiitjiut  Ovcir.siais  wuh "I'tcoto" t.fill.trs, ai $12.50 tujis'.tm.  Cisim:    Ml    and    Mt*    Off     .iinpk'l l(s|   '.lit*  C!ain|i1*i*ll   Mf*������.   C"ti���������  Ud,,  maslt-iss mr-^mi*  (.'lisiliin^*,  I Wn,iM.MWi>W -mtt.  Gajnpbell THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The  ilRound=Up;|  A Romance of Arizona  ;: By  Novelized Prom Edmund  Day's Melodrama  ���������>  Jm  JOHN   MURRAY  MILLS MILLER  and  ^  C*pyrl������ht, 190S,  by Q,  W. Dlllln-j.  , ham Co.  -A__2.LJ___l_.SAti9i-m*4i*\a\*t'.*>m'i_  (Continued.)  ���������'CIIAPTEK VIII.  Ucv. Samuel Price wa  representative of tlu* Chris  tian nrmy In Pinal county. Ariz  nt tin- lime of our story. H  was Ion*,'*irid Junk, narrow In tht'chem  ���������with sloping shoulders. Even Jiff o:  tbe plains could not eriidicnte th  Bcholstrly drix>|>. Mis trousers wcr  black. nntl they bugged at the knew  When riding his trousers would worl  np about his calves, showing u wiil  expanse of whits? socks. For com fnr  _e wore nn alpaca cont. which hun,  loo Re l'y nhout  bim. 'nud'for the  dignity of his  profession the  only boiled shirt  in the county,  with a frayed  collar nnd white  string tie.  The Kev. Mr.  F!rice was liked  by the settlers.  He never interfered with what  they considered  their relaxations.  and he hud the  ���������saving grace of  humor.  The guests were  performing a  scalp dnn ce  about the table  when he entered  the room. For a  tomtom Parenthesis  was beat-  J-_������-.  'I'Uii Rev. Utitiftut  Price.  Ing a bucket wit (i a gourd and emfttini  strange cries with each thump. Tli-  noise and shouts confused the'.minis  ter. As he was blundering among tlv  dancers they fell upon him with war  whoops. slappingTITim on'the back ai������  "Your what course?" asUed Slim.  "M,y sermon?!' answered the parson.  "Well, I should say yes," replied the  sheriff,'-greatly . relieved to think that  j he was once more out of deep water.  1 "It  was  nbout some  Shorthorn  that  '.jumped the home'corral"'to maverick  j around  loose  iu  the  alfalfa  with  a  j bunch of wild ones."  j-   The explanation was too much for  i Mr. Price.   Great student of the Bible  | that he bad been, here was one lesson  which he had not studied.   As told by  Slim, he could not recall any text or  series of texts from which he might-  have drawn similes titted for h'13 cowboy congregation, when he had one.  "Iteully, 1"��������� he began.  Slim, however, was uot to be inter-  rupted. If be stopped he uever could  begin again, he felt. Waving to the  preacher to be silent, he continued bis  description. "When his wad was gone  the bunch ������brew him down, an' be had  to hike for the sagebrush an' feed with  the hogs ou husks an' sech like winter  fodder.'' ,  Tbe minister caught the word  "husks." Slim was repeating bis own  version of the parable of the prodigal  sou. ���������' ���������'  .  "Husks? Oh, the prodigaP son!"  Bmiled Price.  "That's him," Slim sighed, with relief. "This here feed uot bein* up to  grade, Prod he 'lows he'd pull his  freight back home, square himself  with the old man an' start a new  deal"-  ���������i; Sagebrush was deeply interested iu  the story, Its charm had attracted  him, as it had scholars, and outcasts  alike since first told 2,000 years ago on  the plains of old Judea.  "Did he stand for it?" he interrupted.  "He sure did," eloquently replied  Slim, who was surprised and delighted  with the great impression he was making with bis experience at church. ��������� "Oh,  he was a game old buck, he was. Why,  the minute he sighted that there prodigious sou a-limpiu' across the mesa  he run right out' an' fell on his neck"���������  "An* broke it," cried Fresno, -slapping  Sagebrush with his hat in his delight  at getting at the climax of the story  before Slim reached it. ,  The narrator cast a glance of bu-  preme disgust at the laughing puncher.  "No," he shouted; "he hugged him.  Then be called iu the neighbors, barbecued a yearlin' calf an' give a barn  dance, with fireworks iu the evenin'."  "That's all right in books," observed  Sagebrush, "but if I'd made a break  like that when 1 was a kid  my old  man would 'a' fell on my neck for fair."  "That was a good story, parson.   It's  iTikM  "Why. darn it." shouted Slim, shaking his fist at the unfortunate Sage-,  brush, "you can't let the bride an'  groom hop the home ranch without-  chuckin* rice at 'em. It's bad-medi  cine." :.  "Ain't he disgustin'!" interrupted  Fresno: ���������/.-. ;  ..,.- -���������' .        : ,   yy  "What does, .rice mean, anyhow?"  asked the bewildered Sagebrush. '������������������'.';  "It means soinetliiu' about wishln'  'em good luck, health, wealth an' prosperity an' all that sort of thing. It's a  sign an' symbol of joy," rattled off  Slim. .;-.���������. ,   ,.  "Well, now, ain't there more joy in  corn thau in rice?" triumphantly asked  Sagebrush. ',  Slim jerked open the top of the bag  while Sagebrush stood by helplessly.  "Well, the darned idiot!" he muttered  as he peered iuto it. "If he ain't gone  an' got It on the ear!" he continued as  he pulled a big ear. out.  "AH the better." chuckled Sagebrush. "We'll chuck 'em joy ln  bunches."  "Don't you know that If you hit the  bride with a club like this you'll put  her plumb out?" cried Slim.  S'lgchrush was not cast down, however. Always resourceful, he suggested, "We'll shell some fer the bride,  but we'll baud Jack his iu bunches."  The idea appealing to the.punchers,  each grabbed an ear of corn. Some  brandished, the ears' like clubs; others  aimed them like revolvers.  "I'll keep this one," said Slim, picking out^ au uuusually large ear. "It's  a 44. I'll get one of, the greasers to  shell some fer the bride."  The bride was arrayed in her wed-  iug gown. Mrs. Allen was ready for  a fresh burst of weeping. The girls  had assembled in the large room in  which the ceremony was to be performed. Polly acted as herald for the  cowboys. Appearing in the doorway,  she commanded, "Say, you folks come  on an' get seated!"  Slim stood beside Polly as the boys  marched past him. His general admonition was, "The first oue of you  Shorthorns that makes a break I'm go-  in' to bend a gun over your head!"  The guests grinned cheerfully as  they marched past the couple.  "There's, a heap of wickedness in  that  bunch,"  remarked   Slim   piously  WAS A GREAT GAMBLER  LATE DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE  LOST FORTUNES AT CARDS.  LOCKED ROOMS.  English Noblewoman Who Died a Few  Days Ago Was One of the Most  Celebrated Society Belles of the  Last Century and Her Affairs Were | .ber is supposed to have been, centur-  ' ���������..��������������������������� .   in     arm      * Vii������    _nnolS r.y...    nf    ������     ...i ...    I_ ....  Mysterious Chambers In Old English  Noblemen's Homes. , .  Perhaps the most famous locked  room in the world is at Glands Castle,  the old home of the Earls of Strath-  more. In this rambling tlio there is  supposed to be a secret chamber, access to which is known only to the  Earl of Strathmore, the heirrappareut,  and the factor. That mysterious cham-  Matters of Current Gossip���������Said to  Have Lost $2,000,000 In Gaming.  crushing his straw hat over his ears.  Slim was tlie t'rst to recognize tlv  minister. He dashed into the grouj  and. swinging several aside.1 cried t.  the others to desist.  "Pardon me, but do I intrude upon 1  acalp dunceV" smilingly asked the par  ���������on.  ���������1 "You-sure have, Mr. Price." laughct  Slim. "We hain't got to the scalphi  part yet. but we're fix In' to dance of  Payson'H scalp tonight."  Peering at hini with neurslghte*  eyes, Mr. Price extended his hand, say  ing. "Ah, Mr. Hoover, our sheriff, li  It not?"'  Slim wrung the parson's hand untl  the preacher winced. Hiding his dis*  comfort, he slowly straightened oir  his Angers with a painful grin. SI In  bad not noticed that he had hurt tin  part-son by the heartInesH of his greet  lng. With a gesture he lined up tin  ���������cowboys for Introduction.  "Yes, sir, the boys cnl) mc Sllni be  eause I ain't." Pointing to the linn  one In tlie group, he exclaimed, "Tlili  in, Parent hesis."  Mr, Price looked at the awkwardl.*.  bowing cowboy In niniizeincnt.. The  name was 11 pu/./.le to hlrn, He con It!  not grasp the application. "The cdlttu  of the Kicker." explained Slim, "culled  him that because of his legs belli' bull I  tlmt way," Mr. Price was forced tc  amlle In spite of his nft'orts to be pis  lite. The etlltivr luul grimpcd the iiiohI  ftrllilng fcaiurc of (lie piini'lier's phys  leal cliiiriicti'i'lslli*'* for 11 label.  PnriMitlit'KlH bfitiiii'd mi lhe minister  "I wan Itoni ".ii lissfss'bus-U," he rnpllns|  "That fellow ihei-e wllh a front toot'  Ih HIiow liiixv," begun Slim. Htieulclti  lllce 11 let'liirci* In a frniik show. "Th  one without 11 front tooth Iw Fresno, 1  Cnllfornln |������i*oiIih*i, TIiIh hmo t-hu,  with llio wuler iltih Imlr Ih SagcbrtiK'  ("hnrlcy, It iiiiiIicn lilm soro when ytn  cull lilm plain Chnrles,"  "Chnrley hi'ln' 11 Chink iinint'." hup  plniiitMitnd Itk owner.  Kllcnti' fell over the group, for tin**  dld not know what hum ihe propc.  thing to do iii'Xl. A minister wiih tt  Ik* rnspneted mul not to bt* niiiili* out  tit? (hem. He inil-tt Inke Hie leijil It  flu* cnnverMiitlon, Mr, Price wiih ir  n loan to Isogln, lie luul. not rccoverm  fully from the roughness of IiIh wel  Tome', ro Slim tool; the lend ngnln.  "I henrd you preach mien up lo l*'lor  tnce," ho iimiouuecd, to the profound  "latouilHliniont of IiIh hoiirorM,  ���������indeed," polimiy n-Hpssii'is/t' .Us,  Vtiw, UiiHim ih. liiii'lliy ft niMxtg  ���������ny furl lier obxerviitloii. He feu red to  fail into f'tn" trap. 'I'h'' answers imitU*  liy the I10.VH tlltl not seem-It- tit |inr*  tlenliirly well with what ho expeeted  T*s  swinUI imt iruike out wlii'ihiT lliu Iwyi* I i.���������r"r(,|,  BtraigEt7~^Fr"ir?"^s1k"*SI"u;Slinr~as-a  wave of doubt swept over him.  "It's gospel truth," auswered the  minister. "Do you know the moral of  the story V"  "Sure." replied Slim. With a confidence born of deep self assurance, Slim  launched the answer, "Dou't be u fatted calf."  At first his hearers did not grasp the  full force of the misapplication of the  parable. Mr. Price could not refrain  from laughing. The others joined wltb  him when tho humor of the reply  dawned upon them. Polntlug scornfully at the fat sheriff, they shouted gleefully, while Slim blushed through hln  tan.  "Now, If you'll kindly show me  where"��������� began Mr. Price.  "Sure. All the liquor's In the kitchen," said Sagebrush, expanding with  hospitality.  Slim pushed Sagebrush back into hiu  chair, and Parenthesis tapped the minister on the shoulder to distract his at  tcntloii.  "Thanks. I meant to ask for a place  to change tny clothed,"  "Suro you mustn't mind Sagebrush  there," apologized Parenthesis. "Ho'8  alius makin' breaks. Let ino toto your  war bag.   Walk this way."  "Good day. gentlemen," smiled Mr.  Price. "When you are up my way I  trust you will honor my church with  your iireflence'-nddlng after a pause-  "wlthout waiting to lone un election  lift."  Tho entrance of a grouser to rellll  gliiHHes diverted the attention of the  init'HtH until the most Important function for them wiih performed. With  "Hom-h!" ninl "IIitiVn to the bride!"  they'drunk the toast, s'llin, as major  (lointi of the ft'iiMt, felt It Incumbent  upon hlniHt'lf to keep the others In or-  ilnr. Turning angrily upon Siignhriisli,  lie wild. "Why did ytui tell the slty  pilot where the liquor wiih''"  "J wiih Just iryln' to tio the rl������hf  llilnir." iiiiHwerntl Siigt'hniHli tlelliiiitly.  "KiiiIiiiitiinhIii' iim nil like Ilinl. You  ought to know Hint pniNium don't hit  up thn giiHolinn���������In public," scolded  Hllm,  Siigehntsli muttcrc/l sulkily, "I iirm  herded with piinmic noiu'.'"  Piirenttit'HiH tllplomiitli'iilly avoided  nny further controversy by culling;  "They're gnttln' rmrty, .Urn's got ,Tnok  lu the back room trylu* tt������ cheer him  up.   Hoys, Is everything rently for the  ui 'tn way?"  "Sagebrush, tlltl you get tnut new if'  li-'lUsillls'di .S.'ilil,  "Thiil's so~I forgot, I fouldu't put  no rice, though. Dawson didn't hnve  none."  Without   telling  what   Im  tlltl   got,  r.*.*;   ry.,.,   si...   ������...'���������><.   ,,,  ttif.  The Dowager Duchess of Devonshire, whose death in London the other day was a result of the excessive  heat, was a remarkable woman���������such  a woman as is more often found in  romantic novels tuaninreal life. She  wius 76-years old, but her photographs,  by which she was known the world  over, make her appear much younger.  She was but a child when with her  German father, Count d'Altou of Hanover, she came to England, largely  because the Prince Consort, Albert,  husband of Victoria, was a derman.  As Countess Louise "d'Anhalt she was  presented at court at the age of 17.  She was then noted for her beauty  and vivacity and was immediately  surrounded by. noble, and princely  suitors. From am^ng them she chose  Lord:,Mandeyine, who three years later became I)uke of Manchester. The  duke was a rakei a gambler and a  spendthrift and it was through him  that the beautiful duchess became enamored of the gaining table.  She was only 18 years old when she  became the mother of a son who. at  23, married Consuelo Lynaja, who later became Ducnetis of lViancnester, and  'mother of the present duke. Her other  children are. Lord Charles Montagu,  the widowed Duchess of.Hamilton, the  Countess of Gosford and Lady Alice  Stanley, the wife of the eldest son of  Lord Stanley, of Preston, at one time  .Governor-General" of Canada.  ic j ago, the repository of a gri in family scandal, the nature of which could  j only be 'vhispered, evenin those wild  ''days. . '"        . ';*''������������������'���������       <'.'>'.-  There is in Poulton Old Hall a mysteriously'locked room which has uever  beeu opened except by a representative of the Green family. The hall  and its lands have sometimes been  let, but the Green family have always  retained possession of this mysterious  room, which is supposed to contain  several relics and other family treasures. It is said that the last tenant,  a'.prominent Mersey shipowner, would  have given them an increased rent for  it if he could have had access to it  or could have cleared away the mysterious contents, but the owners refused to give up; possession, and so  the tenant left.  . There is a y.ery similar tradition at  Nether Hall, the Cumberland seat of'  the.Senhouse family. Here, as at Gla-  'mis Castle, the position of the secret  chamber is known only to the heir-,  at-law and the family,solicitor. The  room, it is understood, has no window,  and up till ntfw has not been located  by anyone not iii; possession of the  key to the mystery.  A tragic interest attaches to the  ruins of Minster Lovel House, in Oxfordshire. While it was tenanted by  a farmer a concealed vault was discovered, and in it was the perfect  skeleton of Lord Lovel, seated at a  table on which was lying an open  prayer-book. There were some jars  and barrels which had contained food,  EMBROIDERED  GOWN.  A Pretty Study In Blue and  White For Afternoon Wear.  J  . ,,������������������������������������ .     ���������_      ,     ,      i,suflicient,   no   doubt,   to   last  some  Among the swarm of suitors for her | ^^ fa 't> thfl .wanfl'op having ������allea  into the hands of King Henry Vll.,  the prisoner was unable to regain his  hand when she was the Countess  Louise was the young Marquis ol  Hartington. She looked, on him with  favor, but he was slow, in proposing  .^>.  '���������If he ain't gone an' got it on the earl"  to the girl.   Tossing a. flower to him as  she darted away, she cried. "You ain'fcijt  none too good yourself. Slim!"  "Ain't she a: likely filly V" .mused the  lovesick sheriff. "If,there's anybody  that could make me good-it's her. I'm  all in. If ever 1 get the liervo all at  once, duru me If I dou't ask lier right  out!"  But Slim's courage oo/.ed as quickly  as It had risen, and, with a sigh, he ...,���������,...  followed his companions to the wed-   nn<i L������������l Miuideville. more impetuoue  LATE DUCHKSS OF DKVONSHlHB.  ding.  (To lie continued),  EUROPE SETTLING DOWN.  Not Getting Any Quieter, but the Land  le 8lowly Binning.  Geologist** have ot line years come  to the coiiflUHitm tlmt the entire ecu-  tral Kuro|ieiin plain, which extends  from aoiiftiweHteni Knince through tho  Low CoiiiiiriKs mill north (leriunny to  tho Itiiu.iau Uulttc provinces, Is slowly  aliikltiK-  Tbe lowest section of this great  coastal region lu tbnt part of Holland  whleb lies from llftei>*ii to twenty feet  below sen level and Iiiih to be protected  by Immense cliuns find dlkw ugiilnst  the danger of bnliig Niibmnrgeti  A Dutch nnglnnHr ninnetl Ten Cnte  ban Htutllntl tuts subject, imd hu deals  wltb Holliiiid'H danger nt length In Da  Ingniiletir. 11 Dtitcti tecluilcnl finpt-r.  Ills Investigations go buck _.(XK) years,  nnd his coiiflunioii Is Hint tho Dutch  coastal sinks night Inches In 11 century.  This does nut Mnnm very alarming,  but evury lift In counts In n country  which lies iiutiiriilly so low ns tlit*  Dutch coastal provinces, Ktmldns, thnru  Is 110 justlllcnliun for assuming tlmt  tbu Hottiliid down process will nlwnys  bu regular, mid n sndilnii siihslilniicii  ���������would be n very grave unit tor Imlnod.  'Jen Onto proves his iisscrilotis by  poiiiiliiB to thn sit un Hon of romitttin of  Jtomiin sutt.lnmoiiiH tn Ibo Low Coun-  trios, which lit/ ciilculiiies must now  Ilu from livo to fifteen feet below tholr  original level,'...Thoy. wero built sonm  sixteen centuries ngo,  A further imllrnMou of tho lowerlnif  of Hollfliid'n levt'l la th������ tact thnt tha  low hills or mounds to which na Into  ns tliu middle nges peoplo nnd their  csttb ',;-'.C'J tc f.i>" f������r smfs-si-jf sit flood  tttnt������s would not. now afford tho nuces*  ���������arj* protection.  liberty. The discovery* clearsid up a  mystery which had- surrounded hia  fate for nearly two centuries.  Man and Hie Way*.  "The boldest grafter 1 ever knew."  says a friend, "was a Bummer resort  hotel man with whom 1 became involved last August. 1 spent three  days at hia joint and couldn't stand it  any longer. When I called for my bill  I sa.J very severely.  " 'I think you advertised magnificent scenery up here?'  " 'Yes, fir. 1 did.*  " '\\ ith good fishing?'  " 'Good fishing too.'  _-_���������.*_* D,  iire-air-aiicUno- mosquitoes ?__  won her hand. But Hnrtington was  so badly smitten that he remained sin- j  giu for many years and as time went  by he kept so close to the hem of the  duchess' gown that society marveled  and gossiped, The two were rarely  separated .and their friendship was  pointed to as the ideal plntonio affection of the century. Hartington was  a statesman una became famous as tae  right hand man of Gladstone.  in 1890, after a mnrried life of nearly  forty years, the Duke of Manchester  died. The Duke of Devonshire passed  away ut about the same time and  Hartington succeeded to tlie title and  to tho enormous fortune, Shortly nfter  tnis thu widowed Duchess of Manchester and thu new Duke of Devonshire,  whose wife hud ulso passed away, were  married. Thus were the middle-aged  friends���������lovers in youtn���������united and  Louise became "tho double duchess."  But the Duchess of Devonshire nev*  cr abandoned tiie habits she hud uc-  ("���������illred ns Duchess of Manchester, She  could not coiicjuer lier passion for  gambling. Slie was 11 muster of bridge  wnist and It is suid thoro wus no better player in Ktiglnml, but she used  to say slie wus 'us unlucky ut cunb  iw lucky in love." During the punt  decinlc it is fairly estimated slie lost  $<.!,')<>i),0<'0 in hunt oitKli ut cards und  nt tlie men truck. Luckily, the fortune ol the Duke of Devonshire wus  large cmjii^li to stand the stntiu.  h-.'r full ilium* nntl titles were; Ilnr  Grace the Hig.it Hon, Louise Frederic,-  Augtiste d'Amm Cavendish, Ducliess  of l'evon*)iln\ Mnrchloiinss of Hurt-  iugtoii, Ctiuiitcss of Devonshire, Countess ot Burlington, Countess d'Anhalt  of Hanover, Lady Cuvendihli of Hard-  wick, Lady Cavendish of Knlgliley,  Lady of Grace ol St. John of Jerusalem,  " 'Thut'B the way my advertisement  read, sir.. Vou quote correctly."  " 'No - ies, no malaria, airy rooms,  unsurpassed table, etc.?'  "'Exactly.- Is there anything  wrong?'  " 'Is there anything wrongP Where  is the.scenery?'  ���������-"'.,'  " 'There isn't any.'  " 'Where are the fish?'  " 'I never knew of a fish being  caught in these parts.'  " 'The flies are fierce, and the mosquitoes are still worse, aren't theyP  And your rooms are etuffy.'and your  table i'   rotten.'  ���������"You're right.'  "'Then you udmit you lied about  the place?'  " 'Oh, is that what you've been  trying to get atP Why didn't you say  go in the first place? 8ure I lied, I'd  have admitted thut ft hall an hour  ago if you'd mentioned it and saved  you a lot of talk. I'm the biggest liar  In these parts, Your bill for the  three days will be $10.76. Come again  next season  Too Pereonal,  Constable Casey hud ordered a pair  ol shoos at Uosenbrig'i store and was  about to try one of them on when the  clerk reached, lor it and deftly sprinkled some Frunoh chalk iu it to ease  the forthcoming strain. When he  handed buck the constnblo throw *t  on the floor, pulled on his own shoe  and started out.   .  The proprietor had noted tht scene.  "What s the matter, Mr. Casey?" he  panted as he caught up with him.  ������������������Was the clerk sassy or unything?"  For a moment Casey glared ut him  in almost speechless anger, then ob*  served with icy dignity, "If 1 can't  conin into a place to thry on a pair uv  shoes wldout bavin' chloride av lime  put in thim bclorehund I'll thrado  somewhere ilse,"  KHBHOIDKRBD GOWN.  A handsome gown for afternoon  wear is shown here. The tunic of  chiffon opens like a coat over an un-  dersllp of gray cblfl'oii over blue sillc  The two deep bunds below are embroidered, not beaded. The deep collar of soft, lustrous silk ls fastened at  the side with a smart rosette. The  hat Is of blue straw adorned with  ���������sprays of white hyacinth. The checked  parasol of blue nnd white has a band  of plain white with black velvet bands  and black velvet dots. '  CROSS  STITCH*  Seme, Hints For Making Thia 6implt>  Yet Effectivo Embroidery.  Cross stitching may be done on canvas of several different degrees of  fineness of mesh, a fact which is full  of meaning for the worker who wishes  to lessen or lncrense a pattern without harming the symmetry of tho design. ,  The stitches must, of course, bo  counted on the material Itself and o_  the printed pattern, but by making  due allowance for greater or less  coarseness iu the canvas the above effects can be obtained.  A blunt pointed rug needle and mercerized cotton, which cnn bo doubled  When tho pattern demands it. aro the-  best implements to employ.  Of course n great deal of tbo attractiveness of this work depends*  upon the color effects, duo to tho color  of the canvas und tbo thread. In general quaint chintz-like shades nro best  ���������dull reds, blues and greens, such as  those used for Bulgurlnn embroidery.  It Is easy' and charming work for a  long Hummer afternoon on tbo porch  or in the hammock under tho trues.  CHIPPENDALE REVIVAL  Popularity of Last Century Model* afc  English Court Its Excuse.  Chippendale furniture in enjoying  qttlto n revival of favor, together wltb  many other artistic fnds of tho reign  of tlio (Jenrges. King George V, of *  Bnslnnd is Keenly Interested In anything thnt concerns ills predecessors,  mid Windsor cnstle, which ls tbo favorite resldtuifo of tho roynl couplo-,  contnlns some flno specimens of tin*-  handiwork of tho great CMftamaa  were Joking with hlui or whether their j  replies   wore   unconscious   humor  011  their part.  "Yep*, I hwt nn election lmt tin' Imd  to ua t������������ '-hiirtli," answered Hllm In nl)  uerloUHiit'MM.  Thn cowboys laughed, nnd Mr. Price  luniely replied. "'Mi, >���������*>*'. 1 nee."  "It was 11 good show." sontlmii'd  Mint, d*>l!ig hi* ������***! i������ appear at ease.  The fruntl-* correct Ions of his cuinpan*  Inna only iniuln fslats titusntlnr iiUsut the  irwire. "l.XfUM- un:" hf njMsbgl-M-1. "I  iu**.uti thnt f ���������������������������ijo-s'.r' If."  ������������������iw you retail I Im t-ub'it-t of my  sjHtHOurse," tii.tulti'd Mr. I'rlifn, (.-omltig  lis) lllS tUiNtslUUt.il.  "I told you not to Ict hint have nny-  thing lo do with It." said Fresno,  '���������hiring nt his follow workers. Hitch  wnii silent, its the accuHutlnii wns general, ii nd none had been tjikcii Into  the confttst'iK e t,f HiiKt-bniAh and Fresno when nrningnmeiits worn being  muds*, for the feast, ritsno had to  blnmt' some onn, hmvnvnr. Ily this  Hmc HisgflsriiHh bad rnturnniJ, currying  n bug,  "Wbut did ynu iti-t'i" utiki'd Kllm.  "r<sn\." rcplbs! KngeltrtHh laconlcnl.  )y  "Ain't he Iho darndt'st:" Show  I������nw fxprcsKi'd the dlHgunt which thp  others showed.  A Hsrdtntd Criminal.  Home 'inner nliurgns um nroiight from  tfme its Minn tu the polite cssiiiih tu con  CfCtlon wild ftiiwv inn) Dili |������i'i'snrvu*  t������on, but that brought ugiilnst 11 collier  lit Cocknrtut'Uth, IJuginiid. siviiih to l������������  I'liltpn'. The mini wus chui-gnil with  disturbing sulmoii mi their xpuvniini*  tiwls ny walking up mid down the rlvei  bunks.   High Prlnarl Parma.  Thf prices .Nt"*. VitrKfix |<������y for smr*  dnn milk make fni'inln'm under glnss-  "liili'lislvi-" I'iriiiliig-lirotltnble, even  uu ground worib us luncii ns yiU.usj  an acrtt, '   IfiHutots.  f.lks* rhnlern. iiiitu-iifii. tt Is snld, al*  wuya travels I mm ������'<ts-i its wtmt  Qllbsrt and Sullivan.  Qiientiotm have often been nuked it 11  to the rcnl caiiise ol tiie uitferencu bv.-  twnnti fiillinrt and Hullivan at ono  time, and many erroneous statfiueuu  iiuVti ben ni.s-.ii; .in tht-- mj),.<-4-', Tin*  trutli Is very (simple and commonplace.  Gilbert objected to thu proposal ol  Mr. O'Oyley Carte to include tliu sum  of $7,600 lor refurnishing the front oi  the Havoy Theatre iu the preliiiiitiary  expenses ol tne jmnluiiU'ii ol in������  Gondoliers," Sullivan did not support  him in the way he thought he should,  and for a time a coolness between  thctn resulted. It was, however, ul-  ways a mutter of tho greatest natis*  (action (0 Gilbert that ho and Sullivan  wute the bet of friend"! ngnln b������*fors-  tho latter died,���������Westminster (juy.ettc.  Fears of Ohlldren.  Dr. G. Stanley Hull has collected  facts regarding the fears of children.  These fnars nro generally created by  parents or servants, He lound that  1,701 children hud 0.460 fears, the  lending ones being tho fear of light-  nlti: and thunder, reptiles, strangers,  dark, death, domestic animals, dis-  enst?, wild iiiilmnlN, mice, ruts, rob-  hers, high wind, etc, A few of those  fears nre rntifinul. In one plnco children were found who dreaded the end  of the world���������a fear created by adult  l->iiching,  A Jolt For Whlttlsr.  When Whistler, tho famous. Artist,  mopped iisio isii CfclliJ., i.,vu;.U*y '."in  tin* JmidWd l-emmo very much interested in hint. Ho felt that he hnd "a  somebody" in his house. Whistler  noted hU host's concerned interest.  "And who do you supposo 1 inn?" ho  asked at length.  ���������������������������/���������V.;, I *a..\ mmmtily r.ay, "Ir," mi*  the reply, "but I should fancy you  wus trom the tannic 'nll������!"  Niw������st Slot Machine.  Thn "triiituimi't^r" is the l������ti������������t. If  you mrn on ������ tritin nnd you are .curious to know how fust you nre going,  you put a penny ill the -dot and the  hand on a dial informs ymi, H. \V\  I'ltshte, uu Kiiutiiliuiim, it the g-iti-  iui who thought of  his idea,  The  Widow's  Chance,  "Why is it thut a widow's chance to  Kt*t married i* always so much better  than  thnt  nl   11  **irl  wln^ has  never  tin-ted matrimonial bliss)*"  "A widow's chnitci' isn't uny belter,  Blie merely knows how to tuku advantage of it."   <  Oh, You Munehausa't-I  MrtrKss���������ll.f/Hs. Imn irsim-d his oat to  bring liii ���������������ljpi*fr.  PrarlfM���������Thnt it nothing, s know a  writer ou horticulture "ho has trained  Cutworms to sharpen his lead Diuelli.  ORIPFK-MTiATs-e PnAHI.  The chnlr IHumrated here la ft hnntV  tome yet typical s|iw*liin'ii of Chippendale style, showing the ilglittinsM nntl  prncis yt>t strt-nu'lh of lh������������ si.vlo. Tin*  framework Is of tniihogitny. The  fqtinrt** chnlr until Is opliislssinri'il ln>'  tspn-tiry,  Tlm  rnprndiicilfiiis  of  Chtppendnle*  i workmniittitp   nrv   so   nccuriiie   nnd  '. pfllnstiiklHti ttutt nlttimiuh most of nw  winnot afford rent old Chlppi>ndnli> fur-  j nlinre. thf>������������* Itnltnflons. espeelslly Iti  the form of ritiHra, are mot btyoad thf  aaau* of most. 0  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ft../  FROST & WOOD BINDER  The Binder of Merit.    A Sure Tyer,  Force Feed El&v&tor. y  CRICULTURAL  iiMPLEMENTS  Toronto Type Foundry Co.v Ltd.  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada  We Carry in Stock Cylinder Presses, job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our Stock.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  the West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.     :     :  m*%msS_mm-mmSman^  Order  From  Nearest  Branch  Ontario   Veterinary   College  TEMPERANCE    STREET, TORONTO.  Affiliated with the; University of Toronto, and under the control'of  the Department .of Agriculture of Ontario. . Infirmary for Sick  Animals, at the College.  COLLEGE ' RE-OPENS    OCTOBER 2nd, ' 1911.  N.  B.-���������Calendar on Application.  E.   A(.   A.   GRANGE,   V.S.,   M.S ,    Principal.  /  CLOTHES' INSURANCE���������A paid-up "policy '  against the ordinary troubles of Wash-day--is yours if  you use one of     '"  EDDY'S WASHBOARDS  THE BOARDS WITH THE LABOR-SAVING CRIMP  'l Substitution doesn't  pay���������it means  to  you loss  of  confidence and to the Grocer loss of 'a,.customer. There  "lrcTio~WasliboarHF"*'jusf. as   goodUT"as   EdHy'sT^ ~"~  coming from- the United States. Hence  although, the British exporter can now  send-his goods of this class 'free .of  duty, he, no longer finds? himself in a  favored position as compared with his  American rival. il{ is ain', open business question to pay a duty arid have  one's rival pay a still higher one, then  to find oneself, placed on a footing of  absolute"equality. It is true that the  bulk of natural products imported into Canada come from the United  States but it is an error to suppose  that there is no such import to our  market from Great Britain. The statistics given by the Canadian government show an import of natural products from the United States but it is  nn error to suppose that there is no  such import to our market from Grent  Britain. The statistics given by the  Canadian government show an' import of natural products from the  United States included under the first  schedule of the reciprocity compact  for the year 1910 of the vnlue of $32,-  913,823. But the imports of this class  from the United Kingdom for the  same year amounted to $6,394,638.   \  Moreover there. is another part of  the Reciprocity Compact which lowers  duties in favor of the United States  and the twelve favored nations without entirely removing them.  In this case the British duty stays  exactly where it is, or if the proposed  reciprocal rate is lower, it is brought  down to that level. In these cases  therefore the preferential advantage  is either considerably lessened or even  disappears altogether".  An Order  "Won't you please give me an order?" pleaded the persistent commercial traveller.  "Certainly," replied the crusty proprietor.   "Get out!"���������Tit-Bits.  C.P. R. WILL EXPORT COAL  To  Cause Enough  "You think slie will marry again?"  "I  Consider it probable.    Her late  husband  left  some  tobacco coupons,  but not enough to got anything with."  "-Washington Herald.  Always -spread cornmeal out on  paper to. dry thoroughly before putting it away.  Never wrap steel or silver in a woollen cloth. Use the softest tissue  paper.  To remove Ily specks from varnished surfaces, use equal parts of water  nnd skim milk,, warmed.  Mr.-Jotiri  Tyrrell  ScrateyiM  IlorelkM  "It wiw In tho Ittttor ond of tho  your 11)0-1 tlmt a niuty itoh onmit  lliroui-li my Hkln, and I flcrutohed it  until 1 torn Iht) Hettli, I tried his vera I  ���������oiiitmi'iilM lo no firoot. I went to a  nkln hotpltul. Thoy advlsicd mo to  j.0 to tln������ ��������������������������� Hospital, hut I ro-  iuhihI, 1 oould not Hlcep with tho  comt'ut Itch. I wan thai wny until  on o about tlm month of January,  Ono ay I olmiioml to soo In tht* paper*  n oa ������ lilm mln<������, but I -mvo it no  .crimes', At Innt I nald, I will try  thi Outioura Itnmodlm.' With tho  Jlr<; wtwh and Cuticura Ointment I  tuxl, 1 found tholr erects,    I Rot  l . .    -> , i    o * .       i . .t  tn law than ono wook t ho skin wan all  riuut, sim! si>il no truces- uiu-r it. i  li'ivo not had a return of Hit* namo  nine", and I nlmll alwaya praiso tho  Cutit-uia fteuiedim oh Ix'iiis*, tho  jnuaiu of my euro."  (HIipiotH JoriN1 Tvnnitu,,  I,  j        >>..      ,f..._    I      I.    :   .    t       TJV.,    ....    .       1  In a further huter Mr. Tyrrs'll add*-  "Th������ tlrnt appt'uraiico of my ������Uln  ocznma wiw a Iniinlni. Itch which I  ton) and left my hotly, lam and nrm������  ono maun of store*. It canns-d Hltvp-  Im* niir,litH, but now I can tflivp iw  ���������woll as ovor,"  (utkure.  Soap and Ointment  at* ������oid by slruvflit* av+rr**tmta. .Mitt l������nirr  a <"*M������m, Cnrp., Halo I'mpst, IVHfsi, Mm  Uatlrtl tr*K Ciukmra toik oa ikln sitvuw,  BRITISH CONNECTIONS  Would Free Trade With United States  Hurt Preference?  An Oil for All Men���������The sailor, the  soldier, the fisherman, the lumberman,  the out-door laborer and all who nre exposed to injury and the elements will find  jn Dr. Thomas' Eoleetric Oil a true nnd  faithful friend. To ease pain, relieve  rheumatism, it has no equal. Therefore,  it, should have a place in all home medicines and those taken on a journey.  Maud���������Charley is so poetical. When  I accepted him he felt like an immigrant entering a new world."  Ethel���������"Well, wasn't he just landed?"���������Boston Transcript.  Wilson's Fly Pads are sold by practically all Druggists, Grocers and Gen-  ernl Stores throughout Canada. 'They  kill many times more flies than any  other article.  Agitated ' Old Gent-Quick! My  daughter is overboard! Save her and  she shall be your wife!  Base.Person���������Wait till a wave rolls  over and I can see her face!���������Puck.,,  the    United    States���������Extensions  Being Built on Lines  It is stated that theCanadian Pacific Hailway is preparing to market immense shipments of coal in tlie United  Stays in the near future. The C. P.  K. is expending huge sums of money  in rushing to completion extensions  from the Pacific Coast and the Northern boundary of the United States to  its productive.. coal deposits in the  Rocky mountains. The C. P. R. lines  already come within striking distance  of the international boundary at several points and witli tlie other extensions that are now being built the  Rocky Mountain coal mines will be in  active competition with United States  mines for tlie trade of ., the Pacific  northwest. An idea of the enormous  expenditure involved in the building  of those new western lines by the C.  P. R. can be had from the statement  thnt altogether construction work is  being gone on with op over one( thousand miles of new line. Most of* the.se  extensions are being built as feeders  from the country north of or parallel  to the line, but are also a goodly number of miles of track .which is stretching down toward the boundary line,  and they afford excellent opportunities for the building up by the C.  PR. of a flourishing trade in Canadian Rocky Mountain coal with the  United States."  SUMMER MONTHS FATAL  TO SMALL CHILDREN  The summer months" are the hardest of the year on small children.  Cholera infantum, diarrhoea, dysentery and stomach troubles are all  common at this time and many a  precious life is snuffed out after only  a few hours illness. As a safeguard  mothers should keep Baby's Own  Tablets in the house." An occasional  dose of..'.thf**. Tablets jvill prevent  stomach and bowel troubles, or if the  trouble comes on suddenly will bring  the little one through safely. Mrs.  Larry DeGrace, ��������� Mizonette," N. B.,  writes: "Last summer my baby suffered greatly from her stomach and  bowels and nothing helped her till I  began giving her Baby's Own Tab-  lots. They regulated her bowels,  sweetened her-stomaich. and now. she  is,a big, healthy, happy child. The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by mail* at 25 cents a box from  The    Dr.    Williamsll.-Medieine__Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Paris  is  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  Hard Times Ahead  Mrs.   Knicker���������"They  say  crazy over fringe."  Knicker���������"Well, I'll wear it on, my  -trousers if you get any more dresses."  -New York Sun.  A great many people believe that if  any measure of Free Trade be adopted with tlie. United States, the only  natural result of Unit policy would be  British Preference, which has existed  between Canada, nnd Grent Britain  for the past thirteen years.  In 1898 a preference of a reduction  of duties to* the extent of 25 per cent,  was extended by Canada to the  United Kingdom, nnd in the year 1900  this preference was increased from  25 to ,'W>a por cent. The existing  Cnnadinn Tariff (thiit of 1907), while it  doos hot everywhere grant, a preferential duty of exactly .'I3X per cent.,  has- a schedule of duties which vary  from article to article, but in whicli  the general principle of tlie reduction  of .duty hy-.one-third,-' in favor of  Grent Britain has been observed.  This system since its establishment  hns met' with universal approval. It  was supposed to carry with it the assertion tliat, henceforth the Dominion  of Cimiida proposed to unite ittjelf in  special trade relations witli the British  Isles, and to cut itself free from nny  entangling alliances, in the commercial sense, with countries outside of  the British Umpire. Preference in  fact, wns looked upon ns tho .negation  of Reciprocity,  Tlie system met with general approval for tlie ronson tliat its ceo-  noiiiie basis wim perfectly sound, H  wiih felt on nil sides thnt tlie time was  still far distant, when the Dominion  nnd Grent Britain eouUI he on terms  of nbKoluto free trade with one another, Ctinndn could not afford to  dispense with its manufacturing and  industrial system, which had been  built up witli ho much pains nud effort, nml in the gt'iiernl prosperity of  our count ry. In iih much iih the cohIh  of iiiiinufiieture, owing to low wanes,  ure very much Iomh in Grout Britain  thnn tliey are in CiiiiikIm, it wiih felt  to he unfair to nsk the Ciiiniillan man-  iifncturer to stand in competition, on  oven terms, with the British produce)'  wIioho hu^lness could he curried on at  n very much lower cost. Tlm safeguarding of home industries therefore,  nntl the creation of what could proper,  ly be culled n nnlional Hvsteni wiih  recognized ns the cardinal principle  of Onnntllnn trade policy.  If this policy is not houikI, then the  onmier ft tn itniifi nwny u*'lh thn bolser  The reciprocity compact   would   certainly have tins t-li-'t'l, nnti it tfui preferential system under which we have  now been  trading for thirteen yenr**  | hits been n national error, Reciprocity  j may he welcomed as u first step in  another direction     Hot,    if    on    the  j other hand,  the  Preferential .System  ! rests upon tx sound, national, nnd iin-  ! nerinl   hinds,   then,   the   Retiiprocity  I Compact can only he regarded nn a  I dangerous interference with'one of the  | mnin supports of onr prompt imperial  I system.  i '.Ihere can he but little doubt as to  'the facts of the question. In the first  . pliu'e, ths* l's-t'ipits,'il,v compact ittlioitn  i practically the whole range of natural  I Wsidnrtfl free of duty, both from the  I United States ninl Gteat Britain,  j into the Citnndian market. Until now  t a duty had to be paid on ini-sorts of  j thi*i clnM fiom Gfs'nt Britain, but a  5 itill hinUi:- duly w>u .ku-I uu impotLt  ,."What is the period at which a woman thinks more of dress than anything #lse?" "The time between infancy and old nge."���������Toledo Blade.  "Did you manage to rnise 'anything  worth eating." "I'think so," replied  the amnteur gnrdner. "The cutworms  nnd ceterpillars all thought well of  it."-Washngton Star.  Lady of the House���������"T .know that  your charnoter lias been blackened,"  Applicant.���������"Yes, ma'am; that's where  my lust, missus spilt the ink on it.' ���������  Baltimore American.  \ Short Story,  "How long does your husband expect to he in New York?",  "Oh, not long, He only took S500  with hini."���������Chicago Ilecord-Herold.  Minard's Liniment cures garget in cows  Phrenologist���������"Dear me, your bump  of destruetiveness is very large.' Are  you a soldier?"  Customer���������"No; I'm a chauffeur!"  ���������Sydney Bulletin.  WHAT'S INA NAME?  Qntr Cognomens Bestowed o.t Equine  Aristocracy.  !   A man can change his name when  | he grows up, if an unkind parent has  I weighted   him   with   something   like  "Gatacre Majuba Buller," ab at least  one child  was christened during the  Boor War.   But a horse! Well, a horse  can, only kick, but hig name sticks.  The  appearance  of  a  blue-blooded  baby foal on this earthly sphere immediately sets sportsmen thinking out  u suitable name.   The ideal name is,  l of course,   a  clever  combination, of  (those of the*  sire  and dam, a name  I that will  automatically   indicate  the  ' youngster's pedigree. :'  I Many horses get their names in  quitt) a haphazard way. For instance,  One Away was so called because the  son of t ���������) owner-had a habit of calling this expression out. loudly every  time, he gave a miss at billiards! ,  Many owners, too, have a craze for  alterative names, and these generally find favor with the public. Among  tiiein may b<* recalled Tommy Tittle-.-  mouse, the last mount of the most  famous of all, jockeys,- Fred" Archer,  '1 anu there were tnose well-known  horses, Pretty Polly and Blink Bonpy.  Some years ago, everyone was talking about Lord Abingdon's Pot-8-O's,  a horse which, won a nui..ber of races,  and was sire of two Derby winners.  Lord Abingdon offered tine day,  when on a visit to his trainer, one of  the stable-boys five shilling*; 'if he  could spell the name Potatoes���������which  he had previously fixed upon���������correctly. The boy was puzzled for a minute, but, taking a piece of chalk, he  scrawled on the corn-bin "Pot-8-O's,"  which so amused his lordship that he  altered his own spelling to suit the'  stable-boy's, as well aa giving him  the five fallings for his ingenuity.  Quarrelsome lovers may take ?, tip  from the naming of Iteconciliatioh,  whose sire and dam, wer? Love Wisely  and Sulks! Another c4everly-named  horse was Chestnut Sunday, by Bush-  ey Park and May Race. It will be  recalled that May is tho time for the  Londoner's visit1 to, see the gorgeous  chestnuts in flower in Bushey Park.  Mr, John Corlett, , the well-known  newspaper owner, christened one of  Ins horses Let Go the Painter. The  sire was Velasquez, named after the  great Spanish painter, ftnd the dam  was Torpedo; so an aptst name could  hardly have been chosen.  His late Majesty King Edward VIL  was very particular abtrut the christening of his horses. That famous  horse, Diamond Jubilee, -was so named  at the express wish of Qneen Alexandra, in com*^. moration t-f the jubilee  of Queen \ ictoria. King Edward's  first Derby winner, Persimmon, received its-'name lya simple combination of those of _ii sire And dam, St.  Simon and Perdita II.  The late Duke of Devonshire was  -responsible���������for��������� a���������clever���������-name���������when-  he chose Burgundy, out of lsinglass-  Burgoriet. Caruso���������the horse, not the  einger���������was a colt, whose parents were  St, Frusquin and Melba.  But nowadays horses ".et.nartes that  they need not, as a rule, be 'ashamed  of. In the past, .hQ.wevef, the most  ridipulous names were foisted upon  the long-suffering animals., Here I Go  with My Eye Out was an vixtraordin-  ary one familiar to race-goers of a past  generation. Doncaster, whi������h won the  Derby, was the sire of Bend Or. Be-  fore he carried off the classic race, he  had the extraordinary and ridiculous  name of All Heart and No Peel.  ZAM-BUK CURES SUNBURN  Neglect of a sunburn on face, arm  or neck often leads to the after .growth  of skin which is freckled or- coarse;  and this is particularly distressing'to  ladies. Timely application of Zam-  Buk and regular use of Zam-Buk Soap  will prevent this. "Zam-Buk is a herb-  l al balm, which sootht-s and cools the  " burned skin, and assists nt/lure to replace the damaged"' tissue with soft,  velvety skin. Zam-Buk Soap is specially made for tender skins.-  Zam-Buk is also good for stings-  scratches, heat sores, blisters on  hands or feet, and all skin injuries.  Applied to these it quickly, stops the  smarting, and ensures quick healing.  As it is free from animal fat, and mineral coloring matter, it is particularly suited to tbe delicate skin of babies  suffering from heat rashes, chafed  places, etc. Sold everywhere by Druggists and store-keepers. Zam-Buk 50c.  box. ',Zam-Buk Soap 25c. tablet, or  box of 3 for 70c. *  Write to'us today for our choice  list of Agents' Supplies. No outlay  necessary, They are 'niohey makers.  Apply B. C. I. Co.. Ltd., 228 Albert  St., Ottawa, Ont.  REST ARD HEALTH TO ISTKEt AND Mill.  'Mks. Winslow's Soothino Svnur has 1mm  tstd for over SIXTY YKARS by MILLIONS of  MOTHERS (or their '-.HILDRHN WPHji  TKKTHING, with PKRFI't SUCCESS ������  SOOTHHS the CHILD, SOFT HNS the GWS.  ALLAYS all PAIN . CURES WIND COLIC, suil  U the best remedy lor DIARKHOJA. It Is ���������������������������  solutely hsrraless. Be sure and ask (or "Mnss  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take so MktH  fcina.   Twenty-five cents a bottle  .Mrs, Idler-'-Let's see! Wasn't  tiiere some scandal concerning that  Broiidheud girl?"'  Mrs. Chatter���������"Oh, yes! don't you  recollect? She married for love!"���������  Puck.  Arabian desert dwellers shake hands  eight times when they meet,  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as thssy etinnot rest*  tha seat o( tho dlaomo, Catitrrh Is a blood or constitutional disomy and In order to cure It you must tttks  htcriml rcmotlTM. Hull's Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally, wid nets directly upon tlio blood and nuiooui  mrtaoM, Hall's Catarrh Curo Is not a quack ms-dl-  tin,,, It was prescribed by ono ol tbo biat pltyslclnnj  In this country for years and Is a renular prestrlptlon.  It H comiMMsed of tho bm tonics known, combined  with the beat blood ptiriArrs, aotlnit dlrMly on ths  mucous iiirfsces. Tho perfect combination of ths  two Insjrs-dlsnts Is what produces such wonderful rs>  tulU In curing catarrh. Hend for testimonials, rri>������.  _ I**. J. OH15NI5Y ic CO., Props., Totodo, ft  Ri,.- by Drumttils, prlco 7Ac,  Tak* Hall's Family puis lor ooasUpauoo.  The Kidneys  Wear Out  But Many Peoplo of Advanced Years  Have Learped How to Keep Those  Organs Honlthy by Using  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  The kidneys nre often, thn tlrst or*  mniH of the hotly to cnime trouhli*.  Thi'irt work of llltering the blood is  greatly iiicreimed by ������������������xcchhIv'* eating  or by the uho of highly Heiisoncd foods  and alcoholic, drinks.  As advanced age comes on mont  |ieo|il(s suffer more or less from tie-  riingeinentf. of the kitlncyn. With  some then* are years of pains and  aehi'H, with others Uright's disease in  ssotin developed nntl tlie end comes  quickly.  Fortiiiiatf-ly n. great many have  learned about Dr. CIihho's Kitl'icy and  Liver Pills, ninl are enabled by their  use to keep the kidneys healthy and  ;.._'!���������.���������  This- medicine is entirely different  from ordinary kidney treat ment*, ami  invigorates the action of tint liver and  Isowi'ls*. To thin combined action H  attributed its remarkable riicccks.  Mr,  Hiehard    Preston, of Osborne,  T.i,,,!.���������,,,,    r.<\,si.ly     f*mt       *>*rlt(>a - "1  want lo testify to tits' wonderful curative properties of Dr. A, W. Ohase't  Kidney ami Liver Pills. Seventeen  yearn ago I began the line of thin  medicine, when my bnck wan so bail  to sdoop or rise was torture to inc.  The kidncyx were in bad condition.  tint  thi*8<*  pill* entirely  fres'il  n f  hack pains. I have wot] them ever  nihi-s-, wlts-iis-vs-v Uu', kidney* wuuM g''t  out of order, uinl now, at eighty yean,  am well ami hearty, thanks to thi.-*  medicine."  Dr. A, W. riia-*"'* Ki'lney nm\ T.iv.-r  Pills, one pill a done, 26 cent*1 u box,  nt all dealer**, or JMmaiit-on, Bates A  Mr. Willis���������"But why don't, you  take your bank-book in to havo it balanced?"  Mrs. Willis���������V'T don't want that  Rtioppy-looking cashier to know how  much money I've got in there!"--  Puck.  Aged Bride and Groom.  Remarkable scenes were witnessed  nt Chatham a few days ago, when a  sprightly couple whose toVil years  wore 174 went to the altar. The bride-  (���������room was William Hennen <94), and,  tla1 bride, Fanny Wadhams ,'BO). Im-  iiumse crowds. assembled ti������ sen the  pair, and the vehicular traffic wns  brought to a standstill. The wedding  wna tho culmination of a wdrkhouao  roiuance, for the couple left the Med-  wny Union to f-et married on the  strength of their old ace pensions.  Hfliinen** is the last of the o'd postboys, and the townspeople of Cliatham  presented the old -jentleman 'witli n  linintl new frock suit.and overcoat,  unci the ladies of tin town ripj-ed tho  bride out in a beautiful .wedding-  ((own. A local '"weler provided the  ���������viuldinf. ring. Aftnr the ctirenlony an  lip-to-date motor ear was requisition-  oil arid Mr. and Mrs. Hennttti were  Miiveyed in ntyle to the cosj apart-  niontH which tlvir kind fellow-towns-  [oik had provided in readiness for  thorn.  The Dowels Mint Aot Henlthlly-.���������In moHt  allnu'iHH tin* IIi'HI euro of Hits inndii-al  mun In tn Hint that llio IsowcIh urn opttti  nntl fully iivrfortniiiK their fiiunt|i>iiH.  PnrninlniiH VtsKtitiililts PIIIh are ho twin*  IioiiikIimI thnt certain InurtstllniitH In tlicm  net on the howt'lH Hsslt'ly uinl they urn this  very IiuhI tiit-itlt'iiit* nvatlalilt* to pi-uslm-i'  hcaltliv ni'tlnn of Hits liowttlit, IiiiIcimI,  tliere Ih ne titlier Hpeoitht his xiTvici'tilili* In  Ut't>iilinr tlit* (tlifiiMUvss oruuiirt in lieultli*  ful notion,  The Test  "Des yo' helleh dat. .Iim .lohnitoii iiiii  really converted?"  " 'Deed 1 sloes, Tse bin vi.titin'  bis house fo' tl" hist free months, an'  dey hin-n't luul a mouthful of chle-  kt.'ii."~('liriHtinn  Advocate,  Poll tax existed unintiK the ancient  IJoninns. It was first levied in Kni*-  Inntl in l.W) and ooeaaioneil the Wat  Tyler rebellion,  A Compliment For Hlrrt.  She wns ftiirhtoen nnd v������ry *hy, and  (he never had been in the city be-  lorn. There wim no one at, tho sta-  linn to meet her, and who looked  iiliiiiit. timidly for n eah. Her rtiother  hud told her to take a hansom. 8h"  illil not lies? any hansom nor tlii urn*  know tli Kt the eahhio*. wont a )lvery  nil lheir own, She did not ������ee a.  HleiMiinn, either, wo she ajipronch-  i'i a youth who wiih -stum!inn r.n the  I'omer of the street with her Imdifill  <|l|l'l*-tlOll.  "Please," ������he beKiin, "are ftttt a  lllltlHOIII   niiin?"  Thf youth rrti-^l bin hand nnd  twiri*! his iiitiiMtnelit' ini/nttiatlmrly,  niiillni* with doprofiitiiit! nsMiir.ption  ol motlnnfy.  "I   mn  so consisleretl," he  replied.  In   1810.  Th" piMjImist- "S"onf'.iind ft AftU-  nlii, tht1* wtdl'it fro?." up, we can't Iind  s* 111110'% -'iiiiitii ���������-, '.T'lVisiuiiti urt  liluitt   guiie,   nntl   it   win   It*'   II   We.'k  !or<* we t'tiii R"t ii path ������thows'li>i!  Ihr*stitfti to town!  The Optimist���������Ch'vr utt, Nehcndnhl  ,Iiih1 think tliat it li'ni-lrs'd venrn frnt*i  ikiw, w)i������n our I'r'-'i'-.'rr-iH'r.-ui.-'t'hi)-  Iren Invt������ ttrnwn up tn be uoviljjtH,  Iranintist* mil urtUU, they wil; pis'-  tlny-i   as   the   "-{iwd   old  ture thi'tst.'  Iliiif*."  A 8ur������ Cure.  "1 jsnt. Imt.* .t in us ,*���������'.!. k, ���������������-.������ j;  Ins ariiuiul th" kitt*!i**n, slon't y������������ti5-  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  8c  CO.,  Toronto, Ont.  ABSORB  INE.  ���������Will reduce Inflames!,  ���������trained,  swollen Tendons,  Ligaments,,  Muscles or Uralses, Cure the  Lameness antl_ stop _pain_ from, si  "Spltot, BWe KbrfeTofBone Spavin,''  tio blister, no balr gone. Uorso can ba  used,   r* a battle doUverod.   Ucscrlbf  our s������se for spet-ial lostructlons sTsna  ��������� Book iJ E free.   .,     ,   _ *   .  ABSORB1NK, JK.S the llnlmont for mankl-ftO.  Boducos strained, torn llgamonts, cnlarROd glands,  ���������reins or mnscloa-heals nlcera-allaTa puln. KMO  11.00 a bottlo at dealers or delivered.   _  W. F. YOUHC. PJJ.F.. 137 Lymant-Bldg., Monlrtal, Cs������  Al������o sMrnlsshed by Martin Hole & Wynne Co., Wlnnlpm t  The Natioii.il Ornjf and Cliuisiicnl Co,, Wimil|������;_ & Calvary t  snd HeuJersoB Bros. (-o. Ltd., Vtucouyer,  She Was Wise  "Why do you insist on asking that  young mnn to sing?"  "Because,"   replied   Miss  Cayenne,,  "when he's singing he isn't trying to  converse."���������Washington Star.  If ono bo troubled with iorns and wartn,  ho will find in Hollowny'H Corn Cure nn  application that will entirely relievo suf-  ferine.  He (hotly)���������"Are you trying to  make a fool of me?"  She (coldly)���������"I really do not seo  the necessity of such effort on my  part."���������Baltimore American.  Place a box of lime iii tho closet in  which jiiiiis, preserves, etc., are stored  nway. It will prevent mold gathering  oit the fruit.  rt  "\\Y!!. I  ->*i:: pu'. .1 ���������' -*> *<j tint  ol thim,*-  in inv  f.-uiuly."  "lleavi'ii*!    How   <i;d   ymi   tnanii������*  It?"  "i'v'Tv hi������"i������sy hu-*b-tiis| tthows hil  lues* in tb** kitt-h*'*! I hiirisl hini eith.'r  \i* coal pail nt l.:e .i������!i p.iu m Isulh."  FREE  ADVICE  TO WOMEN  WomBn Biifforiiipf from any form of  IHiiohh uro InvlUiu to promptly com*  niunltiutii with Mrs. I'lnkhiim at Lynn,  MiiHH, All lottorHitrn rotieivnd, oponwi,  roiul and answered by women. A wo.  man can fronly tallc  of hn'r prlvati) IIU  miHH to a woman;  thliri has tx'en vn.  tuhllHhed this coil-  fldtuicrt hetwAon  Airs. J'inkhatn and  tho wo mon of  America which btxa  ntiver Iweii broken.  Never bm slit* pub-  led n toHtlmonlii) or used a letter  without tho writ Mm coiiH������iit of tho  wrltor, and nover has th������ Company  sillrssi'isst   flsoBi'   i-������ot\t\i|i.,stpt|   W><tr������*rq    t(l  Rot out of thoir poitHttHHiott, an the  Inii'ilrt'dtt ol tliiiiitiiimiB ol titeiu iu  their tlltirt wlllaLtest.  Out of the vast volume of experience  which Mrs. IMnkhnm him to draw  from, It Is moro than pom-lbb* that shm  li'iu (Titnis,! tl,o vr.rw Vs,,,-n*l,^il~s������ Tii>t*ilet1  iii your case. ,ShA'n������kH nothiim: in rn-  turn itxt'e|)t your Rood will, and her  advlt'tt tutu helped thousandi*, Surt'ly  any woman, rich or poor, Hhould ha  Klad to tako advantage of this gencr-  oim olTorof aKtilstaiit'e. AtldrenH Mm.  I'inkham, caro of Lydia K, Pinkham  Medlcliw Co., Lynn, Muiw.  ***vt������ry woman ourclit to linva  Lytltir, I.. IMiikhum'H HO-puc������  Tnxt ItiKtk. It In not ix book for  general distribution, ai it la too  ���������B-rMmidve. It is frfe and only  obtainable by nmlL . Write ttttf  It today.  ^mra-WBn���������������Mfc������������.������������������������������si THE   NEWS, " CUMBERLAND,   KKTTIST-T   COLOMBIA.  Tlie CuitolaM"Hew8   I  issued  Every   Tuesday  by   the  Como*   &   Cutr-befland  Publishing, Company.  Tiiis ]iap"i* will not hold itself  re-'pons: bio tor the opinions ol' oth-  aty as may appear in Us columns  trout time to time.  TPES'UAY, Ktivenihor.  7.1911  ^'JTlOlv i:i hertsby (-'.vsju that 30 day*  aft-1-.;������t-.*l ii.Ii'ikI to opply to tlio H u,  Mu*ss*i'i o: Ltmilti for u lit-tji*8t* to prtai-ioot  i .r <hil aud petroieauu uesiei* th* foreshore  a .'l uiuier tho ���������.vkU*,- on Iho lauds* in aud  oppost'to itie fo '��������� lowing iloucri.ed lautUs tra  uuiii Hupert Uiaiist���������Coinmoncing .,t tt  pool ���������j'ati';* d (vi tuts ������������a bach at high wattr  m������.tk ��������� t ih-t intssrSfuLiovi of Ti-ciona 12 <v-d  J.:*., T vnshi-s'.', l'.*rt McNeill, Hupert Din  ts-lot* tbonua uorth 00 ohaint, tlwuco eaut  MO ������h via <, thenco south (15 ot*i>iuH, -uioro  or ie<h to hitjli wator tiitiik ua south siio ml  P.r; MoNodl Uiif'bor;. theuce wesUrly  .'lut*;T s.iore to plaw of comnu*uor.ment.  Geoiu**" M. Giim.*,  E. Priest, a-j-oot.  Dated thiR 1st d������y of September, 1911.  ']>0::iOUiahe������by given that, 30 days  after dato 1 intend to ayp'y to the Hou,  MiiiUtttt- of Lands for a licenso to yroapeot  tor coul and (.otroleam under tho fofeahore  and under tho wattir on tho lands in and  oyuoaito the foliowintf'dtweribed lauds situ  ate in Rupert Diatriot,:���������Cu/nmatiei. gat a  p, b j .danted oa tho uoa beach at high wat r  ���������__tuk ac tho inroraeotiou of Seotions 18 acd  17, T6.viiship"s, Port MoNeill, Eu_ei*i-Dis  tnst; theu-je nortk SO ch<du-<, thence weat  30'cOaius,-thence south G2ch*tius, more or  hvi ts.'iiif.li water mirk on sioji'.h side of  i'ax-y JilcSoill HttflK-oc W***5** ������wwly  ulttig j!^r*X������V'*������ *Ai\a*<,t tSsBtiljiwec.iieu'.  T" Maria'Jan i* Pkiiim*, '.  ���������'"    E. Piiejt, agent.  DaU;er3 thib lst day of Sopc-ainuer,   1911.  NOTIOE i-J hereby given that 30 daya  after date I intend to apply to the Hon  tVl ioieter of Lauda for a lieenfitj to pronpct t  for coal i __'petroleura,under tho foreshore  aud uuder tho water on tho lands iu and  opposite the following'd<. scribed lmdt sh-  uate in the Pritn-e"K.uport District:���������Com-  mfftic'tig at a postpl-v.it'sd ou tho sea Web  -r������Vhifl4i-v^al������r-Uia.di_at___Lffii'Li'Bfictiiib.ot  SEALED TENDERS adtU't'ssfd to the  under,igneil, mut ers o-s-d'-'Tender  for Wharf at. Surf Inlet. K.C," wi l-ho re  ceived at thia i-fiico until 4.00 P.M., on  'l^es-1 ay, September 26, 1911 for the cot*.  stiuction of ii Pile Whinf tt Surf Inlet,  riinoess Royal Island. Coast DUtiict, B.C.  Phiusj^psjciflohtion-. aul f..nn of J con*  triiol can h--> seen aiid f inns cf tons'er cb-  taiuid at thia Depa tiaent, and at ilio ������������lfi  ccs of O. A, K'.efei-, l.a_., Diatiiot Kngii -  oer, New Wtst'tiius.er.li O , nntl on f_ivY-  oatts.u to the Poat mas ter at Piincti Rupoit  aud Viotoria, KO.,  Por:o������s tcmleiing aro no.itiod that tsittl-  ers will -not ho ut nsiderco Uuh:Minatlo on  the printed form**- supplied," and H'-jntd  with t'teir actual Hip-tiivurdj, tilting th ii  i cc������| utious and plseea >f lusidt* .o. In  the caso of fi'itin, tho autual Hijjnuture, the  mturo of the occupation, and placu f  rosldouoo of uaeh tn-ember of tho. firm nmat  bo'f'ivQo.  EiixAi tender must bo aoa. mpaniotl by ������������������������  aooe-.ted eheip.ioou a t-harter';'i hank, pay  able io Ihu ord.r of the Hou- urablt* the  MinJHtor of Public Worsts-, equal io t.n pur  oent (10 p.o.) of th* amount of t-.ndet,  whoh will be.forfeitvd if tho pen-oii tv-.nt.t-  erittg deoliuo.t.''entor into a eoutn*ct wheu  called upon to do so, or fail to cotnnltt  the coutraot, Ii the tender bo i.ot acoip.-  ed tl-o ohequo will bo returned.  Tno DepHitiueu'.d es not bind  hut If io  aooept the lowett or any'tens^er.   .  1 By ordor,  11 O DESHOOHERS,  ^ eoieta)y:  Department of Public VVoik*,  O.tawa, A-ugiut 28 1911.  Ntw-papera will not be pais! for thi* ail-  venijcuieut if tbey iiwert it with ut p.uUi-  o.ity ffcm tie Dopaitmetit,  , NOTICE ii her.by given that at the ;  next, meeting of the Board of Lieens-o Coni-  tniayiouorg of tho City of I'nivberlii' d, I  ntcpd 'o app y for a ronewal if tin? ht.t-  ol license hold by me for ilio Cumberland  HotU, situated on lot 1, block ti, Cumberland TowusitQ.  WILLIAM MEIIUIFIELD.  Dated tlie 7th day of Nov., 1911.  Sections lb' and 17, Township 2, Porfc-Mc-  Noill Rupert. Diitrict; thouce noith SO  chaiua, tnence orbb 80 chains, thenco souVii  75 cbiviuH mora ov los-i to high water mark.  on Bjudt aide of Port MoNeill lUrbor,-  thenco westerly al- ng shorn line ti������ placo of  commenoen.ent,    -jjRoy Piiikst,  R, Pri.ist, nff&i.t  r.,tod f.liv l.it .l:iy i,f"jSop ember, 15711.  NOTICE u hereby given tnat on��������� tbe  first day of Djcsiuiber ns-xt appliodti n will  bo mude to the Saporii.toi.dont of Provi���������-���������  oial Police, Vio-oria, for the renewal of tin  hotel bccn.o to sell Hqiiois by retail m tlie  hotel known aa the Helton hooel, situaten  at Uniou Bay, B.C. Fu.iSEii & Ihsuoi*.  Datod Octo'erS.-d. 1911.  NOTICE is hereby giv..n that ou the  tii-st day of Oeoa'mlier'moct application will  1)0 made to ilu* Suporittteudent of Provincial  4-oHo*?yV4etorl:-iJor.J;ho^  tel license to Bell liqnora by retail in the  hotel kuewuaathu Riverside hotel, Bituatftd  at Courtenay, B.C. 0. H. Feciinek.  ��������� .'D .led Ootoher 3, 1911.  This is not a professor's lecture on ,  Astrology. It is merely an intimation to the public who use printing  of anv kind���������Posters, Circulars, Bill-  heads, Business or Visiting Cares,  Letterheads, Fnvelopes, Statements,  Etc., Etc.,���������that  NOTICE ii hf.rebv givonthitat. tho  next meeting of-.*.tho-'Boaid of L'.ouubg  Commissioi.t rs <>f the Citv of Camb-. r-  lniul, I intend t;������ apply ft*ru renewnl t f tbo  wroloKiile liquor lic-'ii'te hold ly mo, tit-  unteiV on lot 12, blook 6, CpinberWd  Fuwnsito. *',������������������'���������  JOHN MAROCOUI  Dutod 'h:s 7th day of Nov,, 1������U.  NOTIQB ia hereby given tbut at the  next mbutsng of tho Board i.f Lieosao 0 in  missionon- of tho City of Cuinb.'r'anii, I  itstond t" ix- ply for a rolio-*al of the hut-  o'l 1 ooiifo held by niw tho Waverly  Ilo el, situated ou 1 it 2, block 11, Cumlnr  hind IWuBito.  FUANK DALLOS  Dnted thia 7th day of Nov., 1911  NOTICE its hereby giv.n that at llm next  iisfcomg of tlio IJnii'd of LiO'.iiao Coinmu-  siouo!8 ot the Ci y of Cuinberhuitl, I intend to lipply for a i*s.no>vnl of tho wholo-.,  sale liquor licenso held by in , situated  ou lot 12, b'.ook 7, Cuinbirlami Towii'wtsj.  FRANK SCAVARUO.  Dated tbis 7th day ot Nov.  1911  'NOTtCRii her. by tfiveit that nt tbo  next, iTieetiiR' f the Board uf License Com  tuissions-ra of tbo City of Gnmb'erinnd, we  iutond to'apply for a lotiewal1-. f the hotol lie nno held by ua for thi Ves dtinio  Hotel, situated on lot 5 Llook 3, Cumbe:-  lnnd Tovi.sitd.  WILSON & BRAMBERO.  Dcted.thia7thd.sy of Nov.  1911.  **'i4rt*>tt*tnma������*rt**'Tl i*."sf amn^t"\a*-ni^.rai  NOTICE ia hereby sjivon ihat 30 day*  after daie 1 intend i;o applv to tho Honourable the Mitiiutor oi Lauda for a lieenao to  profpott for coal aud potroloum under lhe  fort-'tnoro ai-.d uii.'ei' thn wn.or ou tht- Ui'.de  in ti'nd epptmite the f.sll'wtng oo-torthed  ln.nd'1 idtimto in Hupert Dtbt.ie j���������Cin-  incaciti|_ at a -.-lost plan'.ed on tbo m-.H boaeh  nt high water mark at thi ii,*tvr*:ooiio_ of  Ssctionsi M anil lo Towiujliip 2, Port .Mo-  Nuill Rupert Dihttict: ihence north C5  chain*, iu. i-; or Una to hifth vttiUr m.trk on  tii'> noi's-h Hide of Psir**. .McNeill llarl-o.-**  tn.'oit; followii-g tbo no* boneh ������,t hgh  tvj'6' uia-k ursjvitid thu hand of tho Harbor  5,ii (.daeo of lifi'tinif.nccinitiit,.  i'l'A'tt'is M. Toium*****",  K   Pnwi,-, iig.int.  Pitted tl it Ut day of Sc.p,rwlic.r, 1011.  NOTICf, is hovtiby j-iven'thnt 30 days  after t.l ite I inteiul lo apply to the Honor  able Mii.'bti*'' of Land's, for a lii.finsc to  pro'-.pect lor coal and petroleum under  the lure-Lore mv). niidci' ilv water on the  l.ir.il1* in it in I oops'iite the' following ties  i.iibi,i| I'tinls tinuatcin Kupcit n;slriv'i!-~  Coinni'.'iit.'iii)* iu a pott plaii'etl on the  se.i bv������uL at hi-;h w.ittir null: .it this in**  terrei.iinu nl'Ss-t-iloii:. 12 aisd 1,*, 'lowii-  ���������.hit* .'. Vf-.x Mi:Neill Reptji'i 'Di-.trict;  ilu in:i? iisi.tli hu s:haiiis, ihence wc.t lo  rhuiii.1 moil'* or I'**.-; in hi)*h water iniiik  viii Lt-dy'i: I'Diiitj thmiet* wrsusily alouu  shop.! Inisj to iiKurscction of Svetions 2,1  ami 2.|, 'IVi\ti.t,hi|) 2, ibeine sinitherK  dm f.h.ii.,. --ore orlesi Ui lii^h wait:i-iii,ii-|*  *;-) '.'ii.ti -nle, of I'O't MrNt.'ill Ilirbm*,  tncut: iii.-i-ly alonu "lions line in p.'int  .1; .unit. 1'". Pi' 11 ' 1.  i * i.i i i-.' .iav vit Sqnein'.-'t, p;i i  NOTICE s is hereby giveu tha? at the  next meetiug '.f Iho 'Board t? License  CpnutiisBipneru ot the City of Cun.b r-  1-ivi, I h.tond to apply for a '.nu.s'er 0  Uio wholesvde liquor lioei.ue held 1 y mv.  ou lot 3, blo������k 2, to block 15, let 6, Cuiu-  bisrlan'd ToM-nate.  CIALI MUSSATTO,  '  Dut..d thia 9th day of August, 1910  NOTIOK in hereby jfiveu that on tbo  flr**1. day ot December next application \\\'\  ho i������..do to tho Siiporiutoudeut 't Proviu-  oiul Pi.lioe, Vi..ttiiin, for theronowulof Uu  hotel licedae- to n 11 liquvrt by totailh the  hotel kinAvn as tho Wih.on hotel, eituated  at Uuioa Buy, B.C.,  John Humi'aiucy, iu.  Dated Ooti.b.'i 3, 1911.  Is in a position to execute orders in  the manner specified, have them  ready when promised, an J deliver  them where stated, if desired.  NOITt'E ia heroby Igivon that at tho  next uieetiug of 'he Board of Liuerise C0111-  uiist-iouei*������ for ibo Ci y if Cutuhciland. I  iivteild to ai'ply for a ronewal of tbe wind--  sale liqnor license held by ..in*, .Hunted ou  lot G, block 15, 'Cumberland Townsite.  CIALI MUS.sss-TTI.--"  Dated this 7th dy t.f Nov., 1911.  NOTIOK in hereby givou tbat on tho  llrHtd.yof Doooinberu'xt appt'oatlm will  hu made lo thu Sviporu teudaut' of I'ro-  vinciil Polio-, Vio.uriii, I'-.-r a I'si^ewal uf  lhe h t������l liooniio to Hull l.tj isir-s by lOtail  in tin* holol kuown hb tho Kllc lotol, situ-  at.wl at Cosh. ���������_, B.C.      John Martim.  1') tied Oottsbur-'J,'I'Jl'..  NOTICB iw benchy |*iv������ti Hut en ilu  th-ht i.lny of Dvic'iiibeniuxl appli. ation wdl  bu undo to tho Huperliitoridoatof I'rovin-  tis.d l'silko Victs'iiu, for i\ lencwitl s;f tliu  hotel liottiHO ti) nell llqiiors hy rot nil iu  tlio lioti'sl luts) ui an tho Willows llisicl ni ���������  uul.ua  uU'ainpb.U It ver, H. 0.  /l'lUIIslN* IIANNKN.  I).i������ed0ototior3, l'JII,  . ,.-. Lsfrehv >;i"eii lb:*t __; - -11 ��������� > --  itii.-ntl lo :t| ,i!; ti tin, lii)iit#.-  .'.ble'M'lns'.fi'vi Liimt Itn .. hen.-..!   to  ,.,.,., ;' ! ...s-s'l rv's'   i.-.isim sinrlin' ||.|.  .fit  .!���������'  Ylf:  i-.sr  KOl'ICI' iii ln*ri)ly given thst on tho  Iih, duy of Ii.ti lribti* nsxr ap|ilii;iitioii wil  .si 1,inlo t.ivho Supeiiiiiumloiil if Prtivin*  t'i-v: Polit! f..r tlm rniitovitl of tbe hotel Ii-  v.. line t' h. II liqii ru by lob-til iii tlio hale,  tiui-W'i in*, Un* WmsdlniH .s-s.|ipin(f I'liion,  1,., tu. nr.t. Oynto** llivt-r, in the provinoo of  !i<i i b Oolninbia, Anmik Wuonmi'i,  l)ii.t.'d Oeislii*. .'1, \'J\,  .'iOl'ICK i*t lu-ieby ffivt'ii IihI on tliu  fir J. ilsy "I I'lHjniiilinr next niiplientionj.t ill  In-, iiimln tn tliu .Sii|,e.iiiii:iiilvnl ot I'rtivin-  t i.t n-  V i'i,. ..vi'im ml His. (  l.tiisii in .nd iippn:.'i.' tin- luilo-.in;.: th*.  '..cnbe.l Und-i -jiHiats* in Rni)*:rt li'siiis-i:  ��������� (.'.oiiiius nciiH! ut is piiM pl.ip.ifd mi ilie  ..'������������������> Li-ri. *i hieh w.t-ifr ni.'tik at tin*, in-  u-rsiiction ot'Set'ions 14 ami 15, i'owis-  ship j, I'sirt MtN'-dl Kupcit Di-s'.i'i't;  ih'.-nce norlh ;_ olimn:. 1111 i*��������� * 1 b'-'. tn  lii|.-,h M..-iK-.i' in.tilt on t'.ii-iV'i h* ub* o' I'on  Mt-i\t:ill Hitihor; ilif.i*.*-o t'l-neny hl..i.,:  Ssis'ie 'sit,.-. '.., i -.1-.! .'��������� ".". 1 i ���������'��������� --'" --i- ���������* !  ani ?. 1 Towushi|) *, iheei.t! sotnnc.'sy <">'.  1 tlllll I'olil'l-,   ������ lei/Osi >, lw 1. ,  ii.i..,d v.! I'-.t*  {...(ei luciii-- I * -''ill   'i-jii  !'���������' by  ii*t-el   m  ilii'hitt'l U itiwsi iih the Union huh'l, fdt-  tiitti) i.t  Uisi'tt. Hr.     ^amuki, C, lUvia.  Unit d tlm ilrd day of October, 1911  cli i'li-i i'iup: nt ir-.' in  Oil v..i'ii.I ',1'Oi's: of i'isrl  U; -Iii.*"* wtivlsrl'y :s! .li:  of t    w>, v\i-.'��������� 'sti'-i.t     I'  in-.:  -���������i  .s  w. 1'.e 1   in  Nciil   liiirl  1:  -it -  -t.i;  ill!  I,   1 .  N'Jl'CK. ih iis-ieiiy i;i\tPii its at ou Us.  Hiu duy , f DsciiiliDi- in-xt itp|.|ii)i|.inii v.ill  h.i isuislo t'i tn tlm Sit|n rii.toiideiit nf I'ri*-  viiioi.d I'l'lit's*. \ iti'.tiiii., ft.ii a reiiewsl of  tii,- ii'i'i'l h: s.|i:ii* lo 'i'ii iis|iis>iH by rutii'l  in tlm hotel toiiiwii iih t.heOiiiiil'.-iiuy hotel  .lIll.l'.U '���������   I'.I  t    llllsfi Is.t, is.!'.  .llill>'   li.  JtlllSSION ,  Si if.I Oettsber'.I, l'.HI.  1-.U-.  ���������I"!|.  't|*'lt]l**l;  ill.Dll-  '���������ts-u'ii,   is.  i'..-.    i".  II I'  si!  t   I      'Hli I  ;yy 11,t lit  1.  Hns  s.li'i   :-ils.i|.  < ������.   )!'s;;   S5s,  NOTICIS is   lioveliy  givon  John  H,  Glanvilli!, co-ownur  tho lto*4s pi'oitp of Mincriil ClniviiB  fitmituil 20mileB from tho mouth  of iMiillipn Rivor.,in tho Nanaimo  Mining Division, tliav/'lil.--. yhnro of  tho oxjiontiituro hns not hoon paid,  nml tlmt wn intoml  to  liio' mitioo  with tho Mininfj;   Reeorili'i' of snid  Distriot ru*i'or<lino; toSeolion 'lo 11,  Olmptor 195 of Tlio 15. (3. Mining  Ad.  J, 0. Hohs, A front.  I'dim', JVC. Oct. 7tii, 1011,  SAYWAH'O LAND DISI'UIC'J.'.  UinLnct of .Suyvt-iii-i'.  TAKI*. in t oo thu'. <'i(!iirj.*n I.eieeHtei* \\\-  uiiiil'l 'il, of Vi.nen'ivi-r, H.tJ., iiit'iiihiinlii,  ind ndii to npply tor perinihsiisii tn puraliasii)  ihu fi.llowli,-,; tlitHt-.rib'ul luudi,;  I'tfi nii'iiei (.; nt it poHti phti.t.jd ut the  South wont t'l'iiii'i' "f lot '".ri-i the.iou nol'lh  hi) elt.niiH, tlis-iite wi-4 7.*> ihuinis, tlionoo  Hulltll Ht) uluiiiill, thin-itii (iiini 75 I'.luiilivt, tn  point  nf uoininencenuint,  eontiunliiK O'.Hl  tls'tPH. Illo'lt (is* ll'HH.  OKOJIUK liKIOICfl'I'.l!   Kl.MIMtlTON, ,  Jisib.-cl, llc.iv C';('ijjiO, itjpnt.  UiLlotl March Oi������i l'JM  i ��������� nr        ii.    in  mini     i   _ it*ii���������!,_,  imi,amttmaaammmmami$  Cuttiliorhiiitl tfe Union VVutcr  Works do.,  Mil.  NOTICK.  Sprinkling will ho nllowcd  only i\vt> nights tt wook, noitn-lv  T1!^;SDAY und FRIDAY. I'roiii  7 to tl o'clock in llio ovcniii-',  M'lll'Y *,!lv'1 "l,ls'   hi' ll.tt'ildoti tn  nt onco,  Any I'l'-'in^*''.* "i' inlslitisiii'i lu civ  i i-tinjr pijii'i;,'; nni-t   hi*   i-:,i.s-iio'h"'I  Ity tht*  '-(!n.;*!iiiy.  | I'.y   "1'ih'i*.  I.. \V. Xcnnj;. Si'i-i'i-titrv,  iC'i'',.,������.,i'luii'l,r.. *'., An.-. 1,-y I'jil.  CBALKl) TKNDBU8 nddrufepod to tin*  ���������^ uiids.'i'ssit'iKHl, uml endor ed "Ti ndvir  for Whiff imd two Appr* nulin* lit r-i'cn  Itiipu't, I.C., will bo rcut-ivwl instil ���������t.OO  P M.,t)ii Monday, Soputmhur 'J,ri, 11)11, f-r  tlm oi.nutriiotiou of n Wlmi'f and two  ��������� Aiiprottolitttj nt Princo Kupuit, Qiutruiitino  .Stsii.si), Di(Jf:y Inliintl, d.C,  IMiiim, upooitioulion nud Curin of oon-  ti'mt Oitn bu iiisju nntl foruii of ti'mlor o'i  toiiu'd nt ths Dopjitiiiont ii mt ut* thn ntli-  (���������uu of U. A, lu-ufor, Uaq , Ihiitiiot K. |*i .-  oor, Nu* VVo-lnil'isttur, H.C, itiuli-n lipid  out on to thu l't.HtmuutorH af I'i ino-j Hup. 11  uinl V'O'oriti, 11 0.  I't-iKoiii* tiiniloiini* nro notillutl Ibit'. li'iid  ith will io. Iiuooimiduii:d milo h iniidn mi  tin* printoil (n.ina Hiippliot'f. ui d Hintn.il  Wsth ilnii* isoMinl il(jiiHivii*t(i', HltitmB tlimr  O'.'OlipUllsillll lllitl p'IICOis III   1-Ut.itiOI on.       In  (lit' ouo of linn*', th isiiuitl *.i-,������iiui.urt', thn  nultiio of llioiooiipiitp'ii mul pi mum if n������hi-  thn oo i f (iimh imunDi-r of tlio llvm mu-t ht  glVi'll,  KjiiIi tiiiith r iim t, ho iii'Diiiniiuiiioil hy nn  iK'i.'optnd tihtiipm 11, a oh.inori-tl huiilc, [my-  iiln.ii to tin.'ordor of tbo lloiitiuv.ddsj llm  Mi iticr if l-iibllj W-'rliH, oipu-.l to uu per  cont (10 p.o.) sf li o Miiouut of tho lomkr,  WlllCll Wliiiio I'wliuiin.l if l!iC p-l't'."''' <���������'"������������������  criuK sis.,I i,������ii;t.*.tn*ln!(i',ictml,,.sotwlion  cal oil is[mii In ilo so, o,' fnl tn  (-omploti*  tlm v'ork cv.n1 rnoiotl for.   I f tho Un dor In*  not iwooplud iho u|iot|ilo will hn returned,  Tlm Dopur'.mont 'h"-!n not hind iitolf to  noio'it tlio lmvimt or uny Iuuum.  Hy (irsli-r,  ll.C DMSllOOHKIW,"  SforiUiy.  l.h purlins i.t of Tuliho WorltH,  Ot'iuvn, A ii Kind'.!���������>, 10U.  SAYWARD LAND DISTRI T.  District of Snywurd,  TAKK NOTIO-K lint NViUinm  Ouldwell, of 1 nnark, Ont., mining  man, intonda in npply Uxr pisrinia  sion to purchiiMi tho following do-  scribed lniicifi-rCniriJwoncing at tx  post planted at tin* northwest oornor  of Lot '190, Carrin-jton Jhiv, Sayward District, ihonco following the  north boundary of ov d'JO o.������Btoily  for 40 ohainH, tlionoo norlh (2l)  chnin-*, thonoo \voi*t lo Iho shoto line  tlionoo tiiiuilivtoHii'i'ly and fo.lowin������  tloshoro ltnii to tho point of ootvi-  n.onconu'nl, oomuining Iohi* thnn 80  acrop,       WihhUM Cai.dwi'.i.i..  Jno. Mnntoii,ngont  Dutod Fob, 28111,11)11,  SAYWAUU I���������\ND DUS'l HliM'.  DlmrlotofSnywnul.  TAKE in.tiiit! that Sislncy Iloiuuunti, of  I'nni-ouvin*. H, ('.. imuliltnit!, inteiidn tn  apply-for |ii>ruoHHimi t'lpurolm-'o Useful-  liiwint* doFO'lhcd liuulio���������  (lulunioiu'iiin; lit a pout plii't'il nt Hit*.  Hmithwost corner of lot Ti'sji lliunon nouth  W) ohiilim, tliuiico wo t SO oliniiH. tin nou  nisrlli hil tiliiiuiti, I'sioiss^ i.���������'i '-0 ..-l.a-.'.i -, t *  liint**.! u{ o iiiiii.oiiw-'i t))l cniOjuttin},' (\f(f  iitnoB, moro cr Uat.  SlIiNV.V 11 i:\smav,  Rsibi'i't llbnry Clioatnut, agont.  I)..tod Mnroh Oth, 11)11.  KAYWA1U) LAND DISTRICT.  DiMrictof Sny wio tl,  TAKE notli'o thnt Nunutto   .loBoph, of  Vinimiuvor,   H. <'., 8|inst������r, Intondrt (o  npply fnr poruiinfii u tn puroliiiHo tho  fnl-  COAST LAND DLSTULST.  District of Coast.  take NOTO ic tlv.it DavitUotrWard  Co., Ltd., of Lough born Inlet, peou-  piraon lumbermen, in'end io aci ly   |  Jpjd-'ermit't-itui _lo poiciia:-e the fid-  {  lowing d.r>-cril*erl'' iandTT~ConmTfiny"  iugat'a poBt. i Uirod on the sonb  side of Hatdwick Inland' about 20  clviiop  from  t-hon*, thenee on too  easl    boiinttarv   linp   of  len-"f> lot  mnrkod oG II II W ; tlience north 20  chnijtR. theneeca,-'t 20 eliaiti*j t'bpi co  north   20  onnin**,   thenco ������������������ns'oO-  chaini-',   'hi nee   fouth  40 ehnin'-*,  thenee wesi 50 clinins, back to j.*l -v*.  of oommentenioiit, containing KO ,|  icrcs more or los**,  Davidson WahdCo. Lto.  FS Ward, agent,  Dated August 10,1011.  llfllUMWH��������� IMUlllMlllWllllTMnl IIIIUI IIIIIH   * IHirfl 1   Change of advertisements-will 1  uot be received at this office Inter |  than 12 o'clock noon   on   Tn.es  days.  SAYWARD LAND D1STIMCT.  District ot S.'ywnrd.  TAKE NOTICE tint Arthur Howlmid  Buut, of Vcnotiuvtir, B.C., t'*iiiin]iori- kK'-i t,  iuloiulH to npply tor pi'i-niinfdou lo pnrohit-. o  tho fidlowin** (loBuribi'd hiniifl;������������������Coirimeno-  iug nt n pout planted at tlio BindlietiHt oornor of lo' 510, on thu north  bou.idaiy of  lot f)l7, tboiuii-s noi tli 80 ohaiim,   thenco  eiint 75 chunm   thenoe mmth 80 olutiim,  tlioi.cJweHtTs'ioliiiiiiH to pnint of oomnit'i uo  nimit, contriiiiiui,' (500 iiert'M, moro or Icbh.  AllTIIUIt RllWUNl) IJiwt,  Hohorfc llnnry I'lii'iittnit, ugonli.  .Dated Mnroh 7th, 101.1.  SAYWAKl) LAND DISTRICT.     V  DiHtriot of H.iywnrd,  TAKE N0T1_K Ihut Mnninul lleimiiian,  of Vancouver, IU),, nisohitnii*, Intniitlii to1  apply for ps-imi'Hism 'o pinchiiBu tlio fol  lotvi' irdeco-lliti'l liiiiibj-L'oinmtniitiip nti a  p< Ht piiinitvl ������t tho Hinitli'vwt Dnrner i.f lot  5501 tlionoo oiut 100 nhisiiiH, tlionoo hi.inh|  ���������KIclutiiiH, tlimioti wo.t 75i!|inii h (moro or  ittHh-,) thi'iiao n*ii*ili 5 o'liuim, tlui'K'o \vt*nt  K5 oliuiiiM, tnoi oo i.nrih !).*> tiliniuu lo point  of unuiiiuMiui'niQiit, uontiilniiix (1U0 no.oa,  moru or loi.is.      B.imui'.i, Hiiakmav.  Hohtnt llnnry Clliemnut, n-ent  Dutod Mnroh Bl.1i, 1011.  Niv/Hpspinh vill nut hsi luul fur this inl    luwiii); dtv.uu't'o.d 'und*i*,  vs-uli iiitifiitif they insert it withnut imth-  onn hvin uu* D*p r nu ut.  lh"    VOU    WANT    (\(ff)\)  I K1NTIXG    CO    TO    TIIK  NT 1'AVS. VI n ST-CLAHS \\"t)RK  (.'iimiii'iioinK nt :x pont itluntod ut tin*  SnuthtiiiKt, onrner tsf hit TslTi tlituce norlli  KOcit'siisH, thoico mn: Ht) chiiiim, thiiiitin  i-uiilh SO rlniiii4. tin"."*'. v.i"������i.  M'i c.h.'inH  t" tiiu p-)hil "f  t'oiiuii ��������� i-s.'iiuntt,   t'sii.ttiu*  i|l-J Olll  i.l'lf'l' ID' I'f HI' h"*!-..  N.-.1'nt fi'" ittit',;*,'ii  lloti.trfc 11 sr-ti*;- Oln stunt,   <;n i',  WM Matcli 7tl', I'.'U  BAY WARD LAND DISTHICT.  District of Snywnrd,  1 Alvi1, iio'ius  thai   Fs.... ui,. V.i ��������� i ���������''���������;���������'''..,  wif_ nl! \V. T, lh'i4ij,'b,'iis',   of Vmicrsi'Vcr,'  11,C, intoiidii tn ii|>'dy for perinii'tsioii to  punrhitHO tho followingdoHOrlhstl |,nd  CouiliieilciiiK ut a pufst pllliltotl 40 chni\**|  wtintnf tho aotithoiHt forner if lot til7t  thonoo on* t I'iU (.-Ji'tiiin, IIh-iioj sis.u.ti   ou  cliulntt, tlionoo wiiKt; 120 cliiipR,   Ihoiiftol  noith *10 oliuinfltopolntdf ooiriimno mont,)]  coutiiiniiiu *180 not en, moio or 1 m.  YV..XSI'V.H UllOltllllAM.  Hubert Henry ClicHtinil, nReiilij  Dated Miuph htli, UH I,  The ilirnt 1'nulhh ](,-mi-ilr\  'lontmumllnvlKorniflHtliuwlsnli'  imrvmw nyntoin, ruulci*.* m <f  ill.Xltn OUl Vs'litn. f'ur,:-, .\< r>'  ow. U-'iUlIu, M'nl'il nud hntiii. ll'nri'V h��������� ���������-���������  pn ti, i,'nr a, St'intitl l/i-iiktirtt, iCin'n-iltnn, .'��������� " ���������'���������  i,\iii.iiri-l, i,i,uiiil Kp-i-lt tit ilHu.'tn.,* I'.rn.' ..it���������'���������  IVIct* *I p-u-li'V, itsi'i.rf's,   (.:'<! ������tll(i)nt-:.   wilts ni",   .''���������)! t 1-ynlf ilrii'r.-'l.r.t hi* i'1-ill.it I ���������������*. J|  lilidn ;slt|f. nn rcceli't, ft ih-I'-h.  .\em juiw %Ui  tnnHtil.iiX'-. *i>o iVood MoUlolno Oo._ , i  v/ori.i-i'u Iluti..*wr| Torant/vCni*: THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITTPTI   COLUMBIA.  r  Makea Your EXPENSES Usht  Makea Your BISCUITS Light  Makes Your CAKES Light  Makes Your DUNS Light,  Makes Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  ^ K.W.c:i.LETTCO.,LTD.  Ttsj-otto, Oust  NOTICK is li-uiby pi von ihit nn the lirst  day of Duoetnlin-JniX" npplioatton .will he  made to the sS'ipftriiitentlrnt of Pritviitcial  Police. Yieioru, ft.i* tlio renewal of th** hotel lico* so to Rs'll t'tptniss by retail iu tho  hot*! lnno in as r,hs> Port Autprtti, li.U-l. wit  uatt-d at Oisi'nox, B.C. .Ions C. Ci.-UtEXOi*  . Dated October 3 1911.  ,  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC:  ITiviu'ts bud't a l.o-_o v,inchonrjo aud mil  lit; Conrwnsy, 1 will in fti-uro keep on  hind a sioblc.i'f all kinds ot Hay, Ordo,  nnd Feed at lowest mm kot latoa, A  Hpeoisilty will be uiado of ro'ler crushed  feed fs.r hors-.t*'which"will mtx'.e a -R/viii*.  of oifc'third in tht* co������t of feed.' .Ortlors  given tho torimHter. or by.; phono will ,bo  promptly tillod. Tluuddn-* you for your  patrt-muo in tho pnal and oo)ioirin/< tv con  tiiiumoo of \liv nnmo on broader 1uk-h,1  bog to nn.aii)  Yours to command,    0  DVRON-CRAWFbUD.  n?  *JSJBaa***g*MBBam*^ ^aa-re*- ;���������_-.*-.;  tKP^'ftmsa������wro������nmw������^^  'Ktv  ^  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  ThoContial Hotel for Sportsmen  None, but tho Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Par.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS.  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  IF YOU WANl1  GOOD PMHTIE  GIVE US A TRIAL  n*t^Ktt_a^^i.-3ixz_xjvt*ir-v,'imnrtmar*.^ irt*  -N*M**M**'S-*i'*''i-S'^  o  c  o  u  a  z  ������  <  "3)  E  i  4'  C  ti  '���������*!  I  u  O  O  ���������aC  N-/."     o  CO   U  CD      .  UNION S. S. CO., of B.C. Ltd  Nanaimo Union Pay- Comox - Cami'ubli,  Kivki* lUlUTI",  Siiiliu-������ im utdoi"���������  Twiii-Hci-nw 8toimit.r ���������OOW1011AN"  ... Leaves Vatuouvcr Tlium-lay G p. in.  ��������� Arrive Uni-'u  (for Cumi' e lund) Friday  mor niit tf,  AvnveB.C-mox Friday morning  Arrivo Cuii-Amll River bVuluy mint  Rutui'i-.iug  Lv    Com"*'   Frid.-y 4 () tu  v  " Union-Hay-      "   5   "   ,  ���������' NanitlniO midnight  Loaves Vaisoonvoi*, Saturday-*8 . m  An-ivoi* -N'siutimo,  Siituntay 12 p-tu  .Arrives Uniosi,-Suiid������y O'n m  [fOt I'lllllbtsl-UlJi:] ���������  Arrives Ui mox,   Sunday 8 a pi    .  Hot u rtsinjf:'���������  Leaves Coimix. ^tiiidiiy *.l p m  , Luiivoh-Usi'-)., fc"vinUiiyND  LuVvost N-iuaiino, Siindny ui'di-jht  [Subjooi* o cliiiimo without i O'.iot]  ������ni_i^w������f,rwa'*s������-*v-������������_������������iiT-A'i^_sw������t_������aji������a������ni  ^_^^S'-W_\^^  P      j/'mf      "*���������   'l._lf_I(r_*ir  The  ...Never.  Failing.Blues  ':. and Blacks  Whatever color fashion decrees to be tl^e proper thing to  wear, there are alwaijs men  who prefer the standard blues  and blacks, and theu are always  in good taste.  But ln no other suit Is it so necessary to have a smart, well made appearance, or to have the quality of th_  cloth and workmanship so good.  " Flt-rlte " suits In blues and blacks  are ln color, texture cud design, garments that appeal to the well dressed  man. They have all the qualities of  fit and make that distinguish the " Flt-  rlte" brand throughout  R "Flt-rlte" label oil a blue or  black suit is a guarantee of real value.  Either call at iho ntoro or send tun post ctuxl bearing  your ntsm������ ond iitldreso, nnd we'll p.ivo you s> copy of tho  Fst-rito Stylo Forecast," containing this litest rscwo of  fashion tcodencissa tor the coraiiiii Fall and Winter.  CAMPBELL BEOS  DuiKsmuiv Ave., Cu'!ib-.*.'1'U,<J,  D.O.  jUjsgggij**^^  L_*_|'���������_wm������a������jut^^  I  -j_Rj__^_m-jH*K������/ii_?^__-':iaiK������_  iTrr:vsi"rsi2������!Qiwis������i!sr"riJK-rr������wisvsasi  'ml  rt  a-  ���������U)  ��������� ��������� a--4  Ui  U  _    ^  : s  W S  >  4_  cd  3 m  in   T3  u  O  h  6  rt  QJ..  0/3  <  c   ������ o-  I  0  ht^^^MM    The purest and  i (S|^iffifV>t made in  CCPVR  A  /rtiarfi.     s^_^jf5:H^"j'"^N  i bestJIJHliR^and  Cumberland.  HERCULES Stump Pullers  i,  Walworth=Rolston Co.  m  1020 Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B������ C.  :*K'vz::)mUm'^���������<z;!*z-2mZ,  ^������I<sHuH'sf 'W'^tM"M'4"M'P'M'f *51  IS  ������  i! hfr  To. SeDte  r 23;  U. ���������{.������ j_ li y    ImJA     i/o aa ������*        aa  f^fe'vtlfi!   Ull September 23 to ix'rry n^ross  M.'M***1,ki  autjiu Vr*i*aPi at,r>rtm-am>ivi\i^t.->tja  '.'f1���������  Dealer iu  ALL KINDS OF  4| Fruit, rndy igars  Cigarettes & Tobacco.  mJ  llonora IMock,  .'JUMHKRLAND, 11,0.  $ ;<. z.itfi'x  ���������*/ ������-i. iif. V li.  ,i-t t. Mit.tt.1^1. ������������<Mu.ilb m-ti *w ,M  in Cfl������nf)a outside tho city oi' Van-  eouver, fer %&������.  General rjlocti-siio ftojtsirta ������1  ma follow inlcn^'giU'Iy-U*o mo^ea of cacL. party,  WiVi" ������''i.*'������ip-������.s;.������R������,/t^vnTW*ii-i'V',,'-'',,1",l*^,rw'-^������T'"V.'*  is indispensable in the  car..p, and for all  impromptu nieals.  AddalhtleBOVRlL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  RUPERT LAND DISTHICT  Dis rict ot Knport.  TAKI*. not ce That Fnflora Muo L-proi,  of Vanot.uvy, H. U, (Ct*ii| ntion Widow,  i touu^ ts> i.piiy fs-r ���������_���������<-"l- ��������� i.s i n t., pur-  Pii'ise tlio fi.ll.swit p tl ������t;til)-sl Im cl : ()��������� in  m noiisi^ nl ;>l n p >s-t plnntoil al*������>������t.c n. s*  mile noith and iO ciinu s tuit of the ^. E,  corner of iSccMitii 4, T-wn.liip 8, thfucs-  iii.rth 80 ontiin*-, thonoo uisc 80 clui.s,  tltO"C0 tjoutii 80 unaiti-, t'.iei co wcsl 81J  cl.ains to plat*.-.* oi coiiiinciicoiiitiut, oontuu  ���������ii)/;' GiO-itci-eH.-m-ri*. ir-ls-ts. .-  i    Scribed ' npet F.ML'h S.W. comer,  j Kn'dijii.v.Mae Lkhkon*,  ! D ii UUik. AROit.  Dnts-J Docoiiil*or 11 Hi, 10"*.  \l  O  i.  P  ft  FAIRFIELD  STORE Z  J. JACK,   Pr.or.  I  I  ���������4  A)  I  J     A Fine Assortment of    %  ���������I    "the Choicest Candies,      ������  Fruits and Tobncco,"      \*  ��������� TaX  Vancouver Ice Cream,    th  t ~ t  ������ nuneniuir Ave.  Cumhurlnnd fl>  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  /,T^77_n*������ Tlioffroiit Ulcilno Tonic, nnd  SwRTrStfilP rtf"*ly  Bfl(ia  oil'uctiml Monthly  'v'i s l^aud'lOiriilnUirnn wlilcli wonv.'ti cn.i  K tw-^^i/V-r clojsuitit.  Fultl in lliri-ii tlttrioiij  r/i tfSw'Si i*t fti-itiwth-No. I, ?l l No. f,  Ir vSV'**'   JS lUtkifitii>s Btrtmirtii, ijt; Ko. !*,  I-" S**_r*'      "T f������r *Ji������**������Ji*>l' c.tstu-s, 85 per box.  \f    <m.mmJ  t-:oM liy ull drmrowtu, or tu .(  y     fr      rrf|inlil   on   mcrlnk of prloa  /      ^Si.     Vrttij jiiiraplilot. Atitln-Hiit THIJ  G������tl������IIU)Ulltfl 00..T03DST0. Qlir. iloruurlu WinULU  u  t  fl  [I  I  f  fl  0  w  tl  CO  2  ?!  H ������ *S   $  i) W ^     fi  p: ������ a   Jl  ^ *-   g ���������"  S W li    *5 +���������'  *-* ������������    g* S  ������ o j2   8 &  S s. & .a, r-  .a -   H     S   fe'  *���������   "g s S  j ti **   j_ a  m ii  w    *5   A  ������ji-.*s  j. ������ _%  **  ?  ���������3 **������  I*  p,  0  13  U  ,  <D  Im  O  O  t>  ***    w  /.  o  H  C '_d    o  l>      Ul  i*  tu) >**  Q  K ? id M  ������ a t *  M -fl P* ���������������  I r! B    ���������  NOTICK  Any piM-Boii in pcivtins, (.'iillinu'.  I'omuviiig oi* tul'iiijj; any hlnckn,  timlioi'iH' \vooil,oTnny diw.i'iptiodn  .H'loiigin^ to tlm Wellington Col-  iioi'Y Co'v.. or from or olTtliolim.]  of tlio iiliii Coniniiny, or luiyon.'  tipping rubbish of any tlescripti'm  anywhere upon tlit* I'.oinpiiuj'H  land will hn prorsiiftiiU'il to tlm full  u.\li ill ol. tii*.: lii'.V,  w. L."c()i;jiSox,  (���������lOlllU'lll  MllllllglM',  Wellington Colliery Co.y,  EUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Dint rict of Rupert  TAKE'notlcH tlmt Gardiner Al-  rtxn.iH*Jev Brady Sppn.cer!of Ahiineda  Oal., occnpnrioi',I'lumhor, inlendH  io npply fur pormiB-'ion lo purchaso  the following dct'tuibed liwid--:--  Commcricing nt u post pbtntod  about 30 ohnins weet of iho ������ou'h  east 'cornor nf Suc.'/mn 24, TownBhip  21, ihonco west 80 ���������chaini*. thonco  south 80 chninr., ihuneo en fit 80  chaiiih, (horice north to bouiH nibie  of Wolf Luke, thenco weHtorly liloni;  Wtiih Klioro to" \v������**r tuitl of lako,  thonco eiiPl aion-; north shon; nhoui,  40 chainf, ilu-nou north to place of  cornn.oncotiiiMit., con tr. ini u-jj; 4l)0  :^.crt-^ moro or \nn.  Sciihiuloti pofl',(l A.B.S.'s N.K.  oornor.  Gaudnur Ai.kxandhh Bhaov  Sl'ENCKH,  Dnn Clnrk, AjjoiH  Datod De.omht'f Mih, 1910.  IIUI'KHT IsANHDIHTHICT  f>htlii.*l til' I'liptMt  TAKB NOl'ICl*: lli.it ilamoH llrniMinvv,  oC .Hiiii orin, I'luriilit, uiirpunitT, iittcii.1n  to iiisply fur |)t-i-iiiiiwitni ti iMiraliiiiu Um  folloWll!','  tlllHI'l'llli'il   IlllH'rfl-CDIllllls'nO IH'  itt ii pii������l ('Inn nl - iiitltt- Wi'ft uf tint S,K,  eoriiTOi iSttui n'2-1, lowiiHliiji 20, MtPtim*  norlh -10 eli ��������� i h, lli'iio-* ������vnt Si) olini.'it,  Ihtiu-i rmiili   IH t'lmii-H,   ilintis-o met Hi)  Cll-SHIM   tn   pIllHC    s-f OOil.llKsllCWlHIIll,   (||||.  Ulni k 820  hotch muro nr Icnu.  .Scribotl on jn.rt. *.) ll'rt s, J'., i*m-sj.r,  J,',mi:s UllAIWIlAW,  Dun (lltrl:, aj-unt.  DiitcilDsomiibcr I0t.li, HHO,  UUPKUT LAND l>I>TUK!l.\,  Di.'sln'c   t)t l\: pi'i-:  TAKE   :^Ori(K    tltii  A.lcliiiilo   Ei-tor  Oiai*k    ilr.wvi,   of   BiMolifie.-cl    N.   Y.,  mnvried woman. itUtiud.i to fci'ply f< r por-  misBion to purclmao the f jllowmjg tl'-Bfinb-  ed land*:���������Commune n*' at ���������*, post plimttd  at soutliwofit conicr of S.. o'.itm  \9, Tiiwn-  nhip 5), thonra uisrfch   SO  oliniiit,,   tiionco  eatit 80 ohainp,   tlionce   nonth   80  chain!-,  thence west 80 ohn-imi to placo of coiiimeiri-  mont contftlnhig (3i0 noron lnoie or lorn.  Saribod ou poat A.E.C.'IVk S.W. onr  Aonr.AlDK KSTMIl L'li.XHK llllOWN.  Dan Cltti-li, rtgoiif,  Du*c<l December 19th, lft 10.  nxnvnitmwv  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice I hnt Richmond  Chnrlon Bir-B of Vancouver, 'li.C,  Broker intend.**- to apply for per  million to purchnpo the following  described lnndp*.���������Commencing at  ii post plnntod nt ^ post, botweon  Section ISk, Township 9, and Itccl-  ion 111, Township 20, thonco west 40  chnin?. thonco nouth 40 clininB,  thonco woat *I0 chnin'*, thonoo ?outh  80 oluiint*; 11.onco enst 40 chniim,  ihonoti north 40 chnir.3, ihmicft on Bt  '10 chnini', llit-m*'- norlli 80 chain? to  pincoof comnioiKoiiioiit, conlniuing  640 ncroH iiioro or lcnn:  Scrllioil or, potit UCIV.-1 NKoor.  Richmond Ciiaulmr Uih-i.  Dim Clnrk, ii^cnt.  Dated Doeonihor ll)������li, 1910,  Kuricitr LAND   DIS I'll I OT  I). j v'''t 'if    It nm.rl  TAKK i.'* In- i!.:*i !)*'lbt 1'.vm.'.:������  of   Viinc'-uvtt . II,    ('.,    *'iiri'ii.-(]  vvuiiiii'i, iii (mil.- iti iipp'.y  f 'i* pur  RUI'KI'T LA'KI.) DISTRICT  I"���������'riot tif  UiipiTt.  TAKI*' NOTIOK thiit IMwanl  J)ylin,  ol' llii i.'liiniiton. NY, oon(ihmrin,iii't>i.ilH lo  iilU'ly f������r j-ermiHuion tt> ptirohaHii tlm IVtl-  k.winn (Iddcriliod lumln:���������(Jtm-iinorijinn/r nt  ,i p wt pUnttjil _  miloi    wont   of    tlie  '.-until oiiitt uornor of .Suction 21, To^iiHliip  :'0, ihonco wnnt 80 (slininii,  thenco   Houtii  HO olminH,  thouoo oaHt 80  ohainu, t.uiien  north 80 clulnH to plnco of oominonaimunr,  touti.iiiinn GKlanrtiH, moro or louu.  Stjriliod ou pont EU'is N.K, corner,  Kdwauii Dvkk,  Dim Clark, Ajont  D.lUll  >)CVUSS|IIU1  iOi.ii,   l LIIO,  U PERT  LAND   DISTRICT  District.ui Rupert  TAKE noiitc that Boitrr-m Jame?  TusliPr nf Vaoc'iuvt-r, li. C.   occupation Expro'** Manner inu-nds t-t  to apply-for peiiTi'p.-ion to purchas-o  iho   fs.l)   ���������.iny   de.-cril.fd   lands:���������  Com ii*    cing   at   a   ptsi   jiiauteti  alio*    J10 cluios \\t-s  of ihe  _ mh  ~f-x " coFTitT?^[''Sc^io^'^'fl-T<7\vr"  ship 21,   ihcncj   wont   80   chaini?,  tlicce i-ouih 80 chain?, tl^er.ce eiist  80 ciiitin?, thenoe north"���������%& ch't?r*a  to ji ace   t f   ciiijMii'ni-omiiTit.   oon-  t ni nil r G-IU oci c-p irioro'or'h.'SJ.  .Soiibed i-u po^l N-jH J T'i- NM,';   ���������  JiKTJtTUAM .lAMUS  T.\'KK,*',  Dins  Chuky!v.<jei'it  Dated Dect-ml.or Mil). UM0.  ���������**-**>���������**��������� ������'Osii������m, tmmamammimm^a ^*mmt m ���������������������������������_> ������.-w������a> ^,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rnp-irl.  TAKK noticn that Jslarpnerite  Leitch ni Vnncouvor, B.C., occupation Haleplady, intends to apply  for pormieiiion to nurchai-o lhe following descrihfid l.todfi: -  Commencing at a pout plnnJcd  I at the lvirth f-ai't otini'-r of Pfto.iion  34, TownBhip 20, thenoe we-tl 80  chainc, tlionce nonth SO i hainp,  thonco on-M. 80 chair,**, thonoo norlh  SO chairm lo place of commer.co-  mont, containing 6-10 acre?, moio  or lePH.  ��������� Scribed on popr, M.L.'s N. ](] cor.  sMaUOUKKITJ-".  I.KITCHi  Dan. Clark, Aj.ont.  Oalod Docomhor Kith, 1910.  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Ruport  TAKK notion thai Edna Fishor  Sponcer of Alnniotl-i, Cub, married  womnn, intond'' to apply ft i por*  minion lo piinliat'o thn following  do'crihed In ndp:--  Oonimoncing at ri po*L p1-inter!  at iho fionlh wont cornor nf i?t*oiion  2 Town*hip 21, thonoo cant 80  c.brini", thenoo n-vlli SO cliaiiiH,  tlionoo wot-i SO t-'n.-iiiv.', thenoo Hintli  SO ohnins In plnco cf on in me noi -  moot, t-onlainin^ (140 acroH moro or  Iohh .  8nr.l'C������J on pout K.K.F.'h S \V.oor.  Edna FihiiKii .Sp^nctr  Dan t'lrtik, Agunt.  Dntod December Hiih, 1010.  ua>������M������ mmm..wiim, ..������������������.���������..���������������  UnpFRT 1 AV' DFTPTPT  l)i*llls,t sjf lillpri I.  PAKE notleo thai Hindoo Achhy  I of Vancouver, B,C , nmrr'od woman  W K '7.  -a  _  tn  W  f-i  ���������4  A  9*ay*_mmm mmfmm* rw -yjmwr^r w^t*���������** mw imaai m* iw-wiin i *  SUUHCUibE KOIl THE NEWS  ONLV ONE DOLLAR A VEAR.  NOTIUE,  Itidiiif!, on locomolivoH and rail  ivav enrf* of tho Union nolliory  CoTnpany by ,*niy porsor, or p*-r-  nHi.-i--.'.\i*i-pt inii, c,ii\v--i,- hie icily  proh,l,'tod.    Eniplcyi't';**   -ro  -oib-  ������������������������������������{��������� t'l ulMllic'Sul  fot* Illil'Willji   hi* inilv nr'li'i  W,  L,  COUhKON,  (Iciicial Manager.  posl planted at llio rorihwcH cor  tn-r of SM'-ticn 110, Tov, m-h-p H.  thonco cnr-l K(l clutin*', I Iicik v mHiIIi  S() cha11ic, i1 f on xvif, H> i'1-aiin*,  ibtt.iv i .-,:"!-, ^;'l c.!-:'ir<" '������������������ ��������� I -"* "f  (von 0"i.i*oiiiciti     cnistiii  i  l*     H10  ;tt" t'n inn' re   '. s-  i-.i-nlit'il on i'ti.-t D   1.'- N. \V   cor.  IMI.I.A   I'l.-Of'K1*,  Dan Clarl;, Aiiout,  I).i.'d Doe.mbcr 17th. 1010.  " Tr 'to  > itotiuii t i:r, u,u , nut 11 "it wtimHii  O. H TARBELL      $ jinti-nds lo apply (or pormi^ion to  immfmfm~mmmff..:.....f.ff..m.mmmim      * ''O '''I' *t'"0      t h f-        tl ,1 I , UV I I, rv      , 11\! ~r\ ]-,,.,,-)  i  uiiHsion ic piiroli;"!*  Un f"llo\viii|.'   4  .i. ....;), i   !  ���������  i   ���������    .'' -.   -     s I %  S      l.*mm*.it������ t*,>*mmmmi*.m���������mm*vm.mv*mim*mMfm \    j Jft,|/lu.  JHIfiH (iRADlF STflVFSy!' ^^^u^ .- \mt Pinn<p.i  ������uiiiiu mmvh 3iuvLa-j Um,,,^,,,!,,,,,,,, oorll|ir of ^^  Awl nil  XITCMKN. UTENSII-H *l ,'���������'<. Towiiclup 21.  thenar   i.odi    ,(\  ���������������������������������������������-. l   olniii.p,   tl'.Mifc   wt'fi    M) ul'niin-,  ,"      f* . p       i       5   thorn/so   'on'li  <'()  rlnli-*,   iIis-tip  jPOUSmCnS llOOUS     it H'nPl SO chnini*   I.)   plnco   ol "P. n*.  ������ ' liti-i cc'vc ".,   co::'--,.nii.|*,  010  ;.f,  ,,n" *o    r,;ois* or li**--  I General'Hardware j| ':,n'ih"'"nr"n;!liV,A1;';   '  tfSHN^^^O-^-^^6 Dnl(,(1 Dccc-mliot'^ili.'iilO.""  I THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Children Often Need *'������.������������v^-but you cannot be too  careful -what you give them.   Harsh  purgatives Injure the bowels and pave the way for  life-Jong*, troubles.   The new  evacuant in __���������-������������������_-������.w-   __m ������_ ,,  does the work most  effectively without Irritating the bowels  or causing any discomfort.   The children like them for they taste  like candy.   One, of the most popular of  the NA-DRU-CO preparations.  25c. ������ box.   If your drueeis! hu not yelstodcod tham, tend 25c and wo will mall tham. 20 |  N������lionaJ Drug nnd Chcniicstl Company of Cansuiss, LintlUssi,       .       .       MossU-aal,  Boys   and  Girls  We arc- offering FREE this fully  guaranteed Watch, a beautiful-French  Doll, twenty inches tall, a ladaes'  leather Hand Bag, or a beautiful gold-  plated Bracelet, for selling only $4.00  worth of our beautiful Picture Poat  Cards at 8 for 10c. '  . AK you have to do is to write for  cards, and we will send them to you,  and when you have sold them we will  semd you post paid any premium you  want, or if you write us we will send  you������ our illustrated premium circular  showing ���������you want we give FREE.  Our aim is to please every boy and  girl, because wo want you to advertise us by telling your little playmates  what nice premiums we give, and tell  them what you earned so easily.  ART, PREMIUM    COMPANY  79 ADELAIDE ST., EAST.,  Dept. Ill, Toronto, Ont.  Canada's  Reliable   Premium   House.  Self-Educated  "But don't you think you could  -learn-to-love-me?���������-he-inquired-of-tlie^  beautiful heiress.  "Pa always said I was hard k>  learn," she replied tantiilizingly.  "But I ani not a book," he protested. -   ,-'  "Oh, I (���������|m--TQad you all right," she  answer  ., I (*|m--rQa  irexl./,  Australia'- haa prohibited the cxpor-  tation ol,,the plumage, skins or eggs  of native birds.  Powdered pumice applied with wash  leather will remove fingermarks from  books,  In our large, cities life values sink  as rent values rise.  Figures may not lie, but sometimes  a shoe dealer uses thnni to deceive,  An Easy Pill to Tnko.���������Sortie pcrfmnn  have ropiiBniuii'.e t.o nilln lutciuim* of their  nauseating; taste. I'armnloc'B Voprctnblo  Pills an* ho iit'opai-i'd iin to mako tlwm  nprreenlilo to tlit* most faHtidioiiH, Tho  most delicate en.n lal'.o thorn without, fool-  ine thn revulsion Hint, followH tho tiililnir  of ordinary pills. This Ih ono reason for  the popularity 'if those oololiralod pills,  hut, tho mnin rertRon is thoir liiuli ton-leal  quality uh a inodiuino for tlio Htomiuili.  Discolored china baking dishes can  be mini" as clean as new hy rubbing  thoin witli whiting,  Massachusetts   colonists  drink teii, in 1719.  begun   to  Hi. Kins  and went  been me fiiKhioniible in 11)20  tint of style in 1700.  Turks dross thoir hands upon tlieir  breasts nnd bow to the persons saluted,  Minard's Linimnnt Ciirtts Diphtheria.  The prt'iilcst sliippiiur port for wlit'at  in Houth America is a town in Ari*i'ii-  1ina, 1'nliin Hliiiicn.  Rnnv <i( tho li'iii'ls in .Inpan furnish  a /resli Isnilhlii'ii.-h every morning five  lo each ff .their guests.  The only I'limpi-nii country which  Iiuh a hiwi*r di'iitli iii to llum I'higliiiiil  is Norway.  Administration of-an milli in indie-  ial ..proceedings was introduced into  England by the Saxons in IKHI.  The oldest htiilding in America is n  Pieshyli'iiiiM church at Southampton,  L, I, It was begun in 1707 and ilodi-  on tod ns a church in 17(18.  F0RG0T_H!S ORGAN.  So Fitkirt* Had ��������� Little Talk With tha  Customs Inspector.  Filklns had Just returned from a six  mouths' tour of thu cuuilnent. uud ols  trunks aud boxes wore uumeroua. Wltb  considerable anxious care lie had prepared his declaration, but wueu be  saw the eagle eyed Inspector plunge  Into bis work a wave of fear spread  over lilm. Could'be by auy possibility have forgotten anything? Aud ft  so-uud it was brought to light would  be have lo suiter the puiu and humiliation of arrest? Uupidly be ran over  In bis mind the dutiable objects that  he remembered buvlug beurd tbat others bad brought in���������clothing, objects  of art. books, bric-a-brac, jewels, musical instruments���������ah. bis heart stood  still���������musical instruments���������pianos, violins, flutes, organs���������  Wltb beating heart he approached  tbe Inspector.       >  "Is there any duty on organs?" be  asked in a trembling voice.  "There is," said the inspector, fixing  a cold, steely eye upon him.  "Then," said Filkins. "I desire to  withdraw my declaration for a moment."  "What for?" demanded the inspector. ���������, ,       t,-*.'  "I wish to amend it.'' said Filklns.  "I've had my nose repaired and made  over on the other side, and I'd bate to  have that organ seized because I'd  overlooked it"���������Harper's Weekly.  PUTTING AWAY CLOTHING.  How to Cars For Winter Garments to  Avoid Moths.  Every spot that is not clean ia inviting to the flying, moth, where its  eggs may be safely deposited and  hatched in due time. So the first necessity ia to have such spots thoroughly cleaned���������this even if the whole garment need not be washed.  For heavy, cloth coats and wraps a  good beating, airing and sunning, with  careful attention to soiled spots, will  I usually be quite sufficient, Then, if  #each is placed inside a bag made of  stout muslin and with a drawstring  in the top, there is little risk,  Among furs sealskin is exempt from  the ravages of moths. Good brushing  and a care in cleaning out the,dust  and ridding the fur of any lumpy  places, with a day of sunning and airing, suffice. The furs are then ready  to be placed in bags and hung where  they will not be crushed.  Underwear that has any wool in it  must be taken care of also. A clean  trujjik, with tar paper lining the bottom and sides and a piece to lay over  . after "-packing, is" perhaps the best for  such things, as it is easy to look them  over two or threo times during the  summer, airins and sunning. Indeed,  this-precaution should, be taken with  all wools, furs and clothing. Select a  bright, day, take everything out and  hang on lines, beating and brushing  and looking over carefully.  Blankets should be washed, and for  that purpose it is better to take a  warm and cloudless day that they may  have all the sweetness of the sun  stored in their folds. If put away  quite dry and clean moths will not  trouble blankets at all.  Dress skirts should be- carefully  cleaned, brushed until every' particle  of dust is out and also hung in long,  slender bags. If this is not possible  try to fold only once and place tissue  paper in the folds. Coats and wraps  should not be folded. Two may be  in*losed in the same bag and hung  from the same hook, but hung they  should be.  ���������' Ostrich feathers', fur trimmings, caps  and gloves, small shawls and all the  troublesome little things must be  clean. Then orris and sandalwood  powdered in sacVts will keep out  moths just as well as camphor and  moth balls. '      > ������������������ >  ?0*-.  S^?l  c/*--  ������o������=^  .  Wi  MOONEY'S ��������� bISCUITS  ARE     THINNE  A STARTLING BILL  Five Thousand Reis For Two Meals In  a Brazilian Hotel.  Hotels are few and ill conducted in  tbe Brazilian coast towns, altbougU  an occasional good one is met with.  Americans who patronize a Brazilian  hotel or restaurant for the first time  are generally treated to a surprise  when the bill is presented. Two  young sailors had "dinner one day nf  Pernambuco. and, to tbelr horror, the  bill wus 5,000 reis.  They nearly fainted and would have  fled without attempting to settle; but,  there being no chance ot escape, they  clubbed together all the mouey tbey  had, about $12, and humbly offered It  lo the proprietor. Instead of havtnp*  them thrown into jail, he laughed and  explained that their bill in American  foin was $2.50..  He furthermore explained tbat the  basis of Brazilian currency Is an Imaginary coin called a -*ois, 1.000 of  which make a mllrels. Everythinff  ls counted in reis, and the figures have  a very imposing sound���������200 reis for a  ride on ii street cur, 100 reis for having your boots blacked, a million reis  for a house, and ro on. It is a silly  system, but the Brazilians seem tu  think It perfection,--I5xchange.  Etiquette  For  Husbands.  The model husband should learn  Esperanto. It contains no swear  words.  The husband of a woman with a  mission should not drink more than  just enough to produce semi-oblivion.  The husband of a lady doctor  should not boast of what "we" know!  He doesn't know anything; his wife  knows it all. . .  i*���������The-husband-of-a-suffragette-orator���������  should, if possible, be born deaf and  dumb.    If  he  hasn't  this.. virtue . he  should  assume  it.  The husband of a schoolteacher  should never stay out late at night  without bringing home a written ex-  cuse in the morning.  The husband of the landlady of a  select - boarding house should efface  himself as much as. possible. The  guests will be more reconciled to their  own condition of they believe he is  worse off than they are,. He should  never "answer back" to his wife, as  such conduct hag a tendency to tempt  the boarders to do likewise. Abovu  all (else, he should avoid being fat,  for'that might lead them to suspect  that he was getting "bites" between  meals. Hia role should be that of the  clinging vine, pure and simple���������especially simple.  3toppod the Stealing,  The Rev. Joseph Ersklno of Edinburgh at ono time In his life lost baud-  licrchlef after handkerchief. He found  on Investigation Hint It was on Sunday these losses occurred, and accord*  Uigly Mrs. lOrskine sewed his handlcer-  chief In the tall pocket of bis coat  "Noo," said sho��������� "noo lat ua soo  what wtill happen."  Mr. Ernkliio. wltb the sowed In hand-  kercniet, passed dowu tho aisle ot tbo  church thai morning, as usual, to tin-  ootid to'the (iulpU,iiliut as ho Nulled hy  tho amen corner ho felt n geutlo tug  behind, a dollcato nibble among hid  coaitJillH. 'I'liorcupon ho turned on tho  disappointed old woman In the corner  and nald, wllh a triumphant smilo:  "No' the day, honuat wuintiu; uo' tbo  day." _______���������_  Window Leaves.  Mix species ol plants Ihat possesa  window leaves have been discovered  In Houth Africa. They aro all atom-  loan HiicoiilontH, anil lhe egg alinped  loaves aro linbivhlcd In Iho ground,  only tho apices remaining visible.  Tho vlslblo part of lliu leaves la Hut  or fionvox on rIto nurfiico iiml colorless, ho that the light "iiii |u>n������'truco  It and roach tho Interior of the leaf  below, which la green on the Itmldo.  Wllh Uio exception of llio blunt up*1*  no part of tho lonf la ponnonblo to tho  light, being surrounded by tho soil In  which It la burled.  iMmm. n������ war   . V  WCdH  mm cotr I  Mnny peoplo stifTer Irom wetik hearts, They irtuy enperi-  ence sltottiii'SiH of breath on exertion, pain over (lie heart,  or tli/./.y Icclind*., oppressed brentl-on*. after meaU or their  cvch become blurred, their heart U not snflioiently utronjf  to pump blond to the extremities end they have cold hands  ������.-.J'.:..', ..ii* ji.v-!.*" .;;*p;*?!'" I>"c<i..--s. of ,������'r<sU*>f-i'<t hi,soil niinnlv  to the Ntomiiclt. A heart tonic and alterative should he ukt*:t  which has, no bad ttlter-elTect. Such it Dr. Pierce'* (''olden  Medical Di-ioisvcry, which oontaliin no dangcrou** narcotics  nor alcohol,  Ths ln|_reilltntf, as sttesteil umlrr ostli.sre Stnne runt tColllninnla Canatlan-  th), lliissiilfssot (.Sjntiilnarl.i CViii,irf������'n*i/ii).(lt)lite-i Si-al root lllytlraiitli C*ni������t*������fl.  j/������), ("sieeii't rout (stlllhism Sylvatlca). tlfack Chsrrybsrk tl'rumn Vlrglnlana),  M-Hi-tnil-i- rout tl'iirloptiylhiiti I'rltattiin), with triple rrllnul _lyc<rln(, prepared  In a uUiitlllg liitinr.slciry tn is way tliat no UnttiUlil auil.1 Inilwte,  This tonic contains no ali-oltol to shrink up the red hlood corpuscles; hut, on  the other iuinit, it mcrcii-u-H tlieir iiiuiii-er and tltuy liccoiitc tottti-J and hcult!i).  It helps the human system in tlio contitant in an u (act ure of rich, red hluisd. I.  help*, the stomach to aniimtlntc or take up the proper elements (rum the food,  thereby helping digestion and curing dyspepsia, lieiirt-burn and many unotn-  (ortatile symptoms, stops esnet.sive tissue waste in convalescence from levers;  for the run-down, antemio, thin-lilooded people, tho " I)iso>very " is refreshini  ���������nd vltali7.in|, .Stick to this safe sod sane remedy, and refuse all " just as|uod  medicines olTet-cd by the druitijln who is loolciniJ Inr a fttrf\*r profit. Nofliin<  hut Dr. Pierce's (inlden Mcdicsl Discovery will do you hall as much ijbod.  The Head on the Dosk.  Two famous tragedies���������the suicide  of Crown Prince Rudolph and the assassination of his mother, Empress  i.li*Mil>eth-~nrn rocorde.1 in the annals  of the Austrian house of Hapsburg,  Now a third tragedy, not so sensu-  tionnl perJiap-s, but none the less n>-  markahle, occupies the aged emperor's thoughts, '���������  Count Seofried, who married Prin-  eons Rli'/.tihetli of Bavaria, a grand-  daughter of Francis Joseph, and who  has a fine castle near Salzburg, was  overawed one day recently to see u  girl's head roll off his desk as he sat  down to work. The police wore called In immediately.  The sumo day the hendless body nf  a young woman was found on the  railway which runs past tho cuhMo.  All sorts of horrible rumors tilled  the neighborhood, but the theory accepted is that tlm count's dog carried  tliu head to the placo where it wns  found,,.  Anarchist oratortt declare that tlm  reigning house is under a spell.  "Bird of the Devil."  The Arabs of Algeria had no need  of a word fnr tho aeroplane in thnlr  vocabulary until the Altjeriiiii aviit-  tor Horviet* alisjhted one afternoon  last September near an Arab encamp*-  ment whon he ran out of riihoIIiio,  Within a few minutes 200 men, women  and nhildreii were gathered nround  his ''ptiiiratut* at a n-sriectful distaiicn,  Th������y hsneeted it at long range, nnd  thets .oils".'" of thiMii gave the nanii* by  which it was lo known among tliern.'  It's n bird of the devil I" When a "no  hor**" whl'oii" had reached the aviator  and supplied Ills aeroplane with "tu-  seni-e," as the French nay, the "bird  o* f.i.. J'-vil" il-r ft. t-. .-rr^in-*.  The Rub.  "Thouo fairy tales nre quite pnolie,"  "Tliey are *"������, Mah'*],     How would  you like to be Jnund asleep by a haiul-  some prince, as was the sleeping beau-  :)'"  "It  would   be  very  romantic  if I  t'oiild   bo   stir*  of   not  being asleep  with my mouth upon,"  A  Discoura-jod  Fighter.  "He isn't so much ol a lighter an he  ,1     l,|     Is  "No.    You si's', he was  at |i'ii-t that's what h  "Well?"  "Well,  he  found  him."  .���������ays  wit i  sanl."  That makes thorn neater, crssper, daintier, more appetizing,'  The one biscuit good enough to tako the place of your own baking,'  ,'''..  Fresh as the biscuits from your own. oven;  Think what tliat means! Freedom from a broiling kitchen���������leisure on the porch  or in tho parlor.   Time to do the little knick-knacks that have been neglected.  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  .   ,.     ��������� . ���������    ���������        '    ,       ��������� Hi  Are the creamiest, crispest crackers made.  They are baked in the big sanitary factory in Winnipeg���������  right at your very door.  Use MOONEY'S and  bo  sure  of  a  biscuit   that  is  absolutely fresh; a biscuit that will satisfy the family,  In tempting packages or sealed tins  as you prefer.  i /'LET MOONEY DO IT"  He  Was  Too   Particular  Lord Talbot De vMalahide ��������� was  talking in New York about the thoroughness of the customs investiga-  .tions. , ��������� ��������� " -  "The smuggler," he said, "is bound  to be. detected if.lie tries his little  ���������g-aine^iii���������y-ouiL.mati;opoiis..__TlieJsm.ugs.  gler's precautions against detection at.  this port a re ..as vain and. ludicrous "as  the precautions of tlie dreaming Irishman. ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� "  "An Irishman, you know, once  dreamed that he, was visiting the late  Queen Victoria.  " 'Will you have a drink?' the queen  said to him.  ���������' "'I will,' said the Irishman, ��������� 'drop  of Irish, of course, hot by preference,  your majesty.'  "So the queen put on the kettle, but  when the wnter boiled tl'i noise  awoke the dreamer.  " 'St. Patrick," said he. 'I'll take  it cold next time.' "���������New York Sun.  Protect the child from the ravages of  worms by ttHJnpr Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, It is it. standard remedy,  and years of use have enhanced its reputation.  Tho Solocitous Employer  The porter of a famous Syracuse  hotel being attacked by illness-* while  on duty, liis kind employer sent him  upstairs to bed and called a physician,  When the doctor caine down, after  having attended his patient, the pro-  prietor accosted him,-  "Well, doctor, how did you find  him?" he asked.  "He's coming down with the  grippe," was the doctor's reply,  "If lie docs, I'll send him back to  lied, I wanii'd him not to lug any  more baggage today!" ��������� Women's  Home Companion.  M1NAU1V8 I.INIMKNT CO., Tsimited.  flentleinen,���������I have used MINAKD'S  Tsi NI MM NT on iny vessel and in my  family for yeara, and for the overy  day ills and accidents of life I consider il lias no equal. '  I would not start on a voyage without it, if it eoHt n dollar a bottle,  CAPT. V. ... DW8.TAHWN.  S. "Storke," St. Andre, Kanioijh'iiska.  Appleford  Counter  The best equipped factory for pro- |  during Counter Check Books  in Canada.  ^Capacity  r������etory  ���������nd Oft-less:  Hamilton;  ont.  Check  Book  Company,  Limited.  Zft 'firtfi    Counter  OU,UVU Check Books  =   per Day.  We are supplying the Largest users of Counter Check  Books in Canada, with our  "IMPERIAL BOOKS."  APPLEFORD COUNTER  CHECK BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED.  (Not In th������ Trust.)  Ws want publUhtrs to act a* am agents In all Manitoba, Sask^tchewast,  AlbtM-ta and British Columbia towns  Writs ua for conditions and pricaa  Adiiiiiiil Hiclihnrii once had a Chinese servant named Chow, whom he  brought with Iiini from the Knal..   One  )..., ii,...  I....I  ..,,..,.,:...,:���������,, i��������� ,.,. i,, ���������  e  broilghi, wim nun trom mi' j'.iihi..   wno  dny Chow attkcil ^icniiitwlon lo go lo a  funeral.  "All I'iuiht," said the Admiral. Then  lie iidili'il: "I suppose you will put a  lot of food and sweetmeats 'on his  grave, as tliey do in China?"  "Alice same China," Chow replied.  "Now,  Chow,"  continued  tho  Ail**  lllll'lli, when sisi >otl think Un; .!��������� ,.>1  Chin-iiii'ii) 9'ill eonie up to out, the  food you leave on his grave?"  "Alice siime-. time Melicim man  collies up Ui siiielleo flowers you leave  on his grave," an-wered Chow, ur*  haiiely.���������rittslnirg Lender.  Pa'������ Vlow of It  The fashion papera say there is to  Im iiioi'i* fullneHS in aklrta. This may  bo very interesting to mother, but  what father wiuiIh to hco is more of a  fullness iu his trousers poeketa.  i always look,   es  .'���������.*������������������ Mr t'oii * "in' wno I'oulsl wliip him  C.P.R. WESTERN SHOPS  KEEN RIVALRY AMONG WESTERN  CITIES-BIDDING  BRISK  For C. P. R; Shops���������No Decision Given Out Yet, Port Arthur and Fort  William Mado a Joint Offer, but  Sir William Whyto says it is Impossible to Locate Thore���������Close race  botwoen Calgary and Modlcino Hat.  Winnipeg.���������The con lest anion*, west-  ern cities as to which will soouru the  proposed new shops of the Ciinadiiin  hieilie Hailway still noon merrily on.  Tlie C, l.������, .11. is heiiiK besieged with  letters and telejjrniiis from parties in-  tert'stod and there ia much rivalry  iiiiioii),' various centres as to*whicli  will land the coveted shops, No soon-  ei'.does one municipality como up witli  'i bi|" offer thnn its non rent competitor  (*oes it ono bettor and ho thn biddinK  is qui to brisk. Hucontly local ofllciiils  wore approached to ueo if tliey could  Rive any information that would allay  the MiHpi'DHi! hut, they luul nothing to  mnke public othor than that tho *nat-  ti'r was under consideration and that  a decision would soon be rendered.  From Iht! dlstnncc If looka as  though the mutter rested between Cal-  Kiiry ami Medicine Hat. The citiea  of I'ort Arthur nnd Kort Willium mado  a joint hid for the shops, but Sir  William Whvte, the Vico-ProHideiit  of the C. I', U. HtateH Unit it would ho  impossible to make iidvoiitii-*-oou������ usa  of a location ciihIi of Alberta, as by tlio  time tho shops nre built the company  will lmve ready for tliom about 800  loeoniotivcH In 'its territory between  the mountains nntl the western Mani-  tobtt boundary Sir William, dhl not  turn thn Tsiiko Superior citicH down  without a ray of Iuipe Iiowom i, u* lu:  stntt'il that ho coiiHldercd thn company's terminal point at. the head of  the lakes, an ideal spot for car build-  Inir shops nnd intimated that the coin-  nanv ntitrht soon be open to discuss  the idea of lorntinj. onr works there.  With Port Arthur and Fort William  out of the rutuilnir either Onlfpiry or  Medicine Hnt will probably ������ot tho  shops, llassano had hopes that their  bait of cheap water-power niiitht prove  effective, hnt thf* C, P, Tt, will nrob-  nbly want to locate in ouo of the  lamer centre*.  First Weight  , The Marketer���������"Aren't you wasting  a good deal of tliat a teak in trimmim*  it?"  The Butcher���������"No, ma'am; I weighed it lirst,"-Toledo Bladu,  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  l'siiixland has the honor of first making cruelty to animals, a distinct subject of public attention by legislation  enacted in 18*10.  Dr. J, n. Kollo-tm's Dysentery Cordial Is  (tonipounriod specially to comhnt dysentery, cholera inorlnis uinl nil Inllam*  iniitory tllsortlttrs that clianno of food or  water may hiH up in tlin Htnmncli and in-  ttistini'R, 'J'hoHO ooniplniiits are morn eom>  mon In summer thnn in winter, but thoy  are not oonfliiml to tlio wnrm months, ns  untitle laxniiHH of tlio bowels mnv soho a  mnn nt any time. Htieli n suirorer will  Iiml spot'tty nsllof In this Cordial.  Democritiis was the lirst who taught,  in 42rt 11, C, thnt the milky wny con-  aisteei   of  n   confused   nuiltitude     of  stars.  Dr. (', Clordon Hewitt, Dominion  Kntoniologist, snys in referenee to the*  infant iin death rata from intestinal  elisoasos and dlarrhopii spread by tha  houso fly, he believes thnt. th'o so-  culled liarniless fly iH yearly cnuslni.  lhe (lentil of thousnnds of iiifanta, as  well as spreading the gonna of typhoid  fever, Wilson's Fly Pads nre the only  thing that will rid your house of theso  pt'sts,  ��������� To prevent lawmiits three pence-  milkers were nppninteil for each Pennsylvania county in NW.1.  Tn 1515 TiOO persons were burned at  flenova, Switzerland, ns witches,  ammmmmami ��������� ��������� "**���������-*��������� mm,      *.,*.+���������  Vail  r.cvr*,* hr-'ir  1   mnrt   bt\f\������t  thot  l\t������ wifo shines hia shoes .  I  C M E- \twi  Some Have Done That.  "What"* the best v-ny l<*������ i-'ie(-<>e,|������"  "fli'gin enrlv nnd <_fi yourself nss'd  j lo tho Idea thot you are a Dig thing."  DIXIE tobacco  W. N. U., No. 853.  The collector of thn "wages of sin"  is never turned away empty handed.  AFTER doing up the  ���������^"chores" use "SNAP"  to remove the dirt and the  Biuella from your handa.  Many a college hov, through witli  coniiiienceinent, is still hunting a job  ami wishing he'd tn-ver ooinuitiiced,  Tt's not po hard to be Ts*.i**niinhly  sick if you don't have to be nursed by  any of your relatives. lit4  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  TO USE PRESSED  FLOWERS  THE place cara ls one ot the factors ln luncheons and birthday  parties with which we musi  -reckon these days. The drawn  varieties ure always attractive, but  In the season of (lowers there ls excellent opportunity to use tlio forms  that nnture hus already colored for  you. "Why not make pressed (lowers  do the work of decorating placo  cards? It Is an excellent Idea, so  easy that a little boy or girl can enjoy  the work.     The  results speak for  ���������Ml  I  I  FRESH air and sunshine! Give  them to the chlklten, please!  And while you are helping, the  little ones to store up health and  ���������trength, let there be happiness also.  If children are to be kept out of doors,  their playroom also should be moved  there. Oh, it Is not any trouble. If It  Is too much trouble to make your little  boy or girl happy, you have, no right to  have one,  Not every family can spend a vacation at the seashore, but the' seashore  can be brought to the home, In every  city" or town sand Is used for building  purposes, Order a load of sand to bo  dumped In your yard. Do not have It  on the ground, for tho rain and the  wind will make It disappear, but have  father or brother or "Uncle Dick build  a sandbox. A floor of boards Is sur-  Tounded by a fence one foot high. Into  Hits box the sand can bo put and kept.  Equip this homonindo seashore with  shovels, buckets, tin plates for baking  days, anil lot tbo kiddles play. There  will bo ho need of mother fearing that  the little one has strayed away. If you  havo noticed how children lovo to play  for hours In tho dirt, yon will see tho  sensible sldo of a sand pile,  Without toll and troubio let thoro bo  bubble parties,   Each child should hnvo  his own pipe ami tho bowls should lio  of  tho  unbreakable kind,  purchasable  nt any  toy department.   A  few drops  of   glycerin   added   to   the   soapai'itls  will mnko tlut bubbles last leaner.   If  tho  wntor  bo   hard   In   your   district,  thereby refusing to grow soapy, (-often It  with a plnc'ii "of borax.   Hubbies aniiiHO  ohlldron for hours*.   Novor mind nbout  their spilling    tho   wator   over   tholr  drosses,    It    will    not    hurt,    nosldos  nmiislng boys and girls, bubble blowing  Is an...excellent developer for the lungi*.  Tho swing on the ground I* a safe ami  ���������popular .ornament for lhe outdoor playroom..   It Is Inexpensive  nnd nm for  years.    It. develops  iho  arm  nnil   Ion;  muscles, for thn swing Is moved by tho  feot and   helped  along  by   the  nrins,  Put It In a shady spot, plnco your Iltllo  one In II anil lot tho old ent die as mnny  times as It wishes,   No broken bones  will   result,    .lust  n   hint   for  dnddyi  Keep the Joints of  Ibis safe toy  well  olletl, and once a year give the swing  a coat of paint,  If your yard bo long, kite Hying In  recommended, The bird kilos, aro attractive for Iltllo ohlldron, ln foot,  i! anything unusual will generally keep  tlio youngstor occupied, The running  thnt to necessary is a iiniiiiiii is������,- u %, i >  ior Iht- </)-']il, -mil ���������'���������lion he cm run fer  a purpose! It Is doubly bonetlclnl, This  amusement Is suggested for windy days.  Tho children will Iinv* to be Instructed  nn to the holding nnd ruining of kites,  but thoy uro apt pupils. Do not draw  any line between Vtie play lor Kirn*, .usu  troys. Tliere Is no reason why little  girls should not Ily kites. Hex should  he disregarded In choosing tho children's piny.  Did you ever wish to own a pony, n  donUoy or a goat? Of course you did  If possible, let your youngster* hnve it  trusty -steed. K.tlls .in* not i-vcr fr*-  quent, and oh, the Joy of riding horse-  back or driving one's own exptfus  Witktinl IiiMUt upon klistlttrts* misl no  overwork. The association with uri'malx  results ln a humane treatment.- This  kindness can be encouraged by the parent in little talks, Any cruelly-should  be checked ot once; continued, cruelty  should be punished by depriving the boy  of his pet. He will soon develop a consideration that will be reflected In his  treatment of persons.  The summer will pass all too quickly  for the children and pleasantly for the  mothers If the outdoor playroom be  equipped with toys and amusements  that reflect good sense, Do not buy an  expensive toy automobile when you can  give the toys that will'not'break, that  do not "become'tiresome and that can  be shared with 'others,'  'And watch your child nt play! It Is  the IIEAIj child that you see then., Any  cruelty, sellishness, dishonesty comes to  the surface when he Is lost In,piny, It  Is thon that the Influence of the parent  can be brought to shape the plastic  mind and'to direct forces of child-  nature away from tho evil and toward  the good.  ���������F  ������������������.R6M the cochineal insect we gain  not only scarlet, but also carmine,  crimson  and  purple lakes.  Sepia comes from the cuttlefish, being  the fluid It discharges to make the water around it opaque when It ls ait-  tacked.  Tho camel glvee Indian yellow, while  Ivory chips are the source of Ivory black  and bono black. '   ���������  Prussian'blue Is made by fusing horses'  hoofs with.Impure potassium carbonate.  Prusslc acid la formed tn the process.  Blue-black, Is the charcoal of tho vino  stalk.., Turkey red le made from tho  madder plant; gamboge, from the yellow  sap of a tree In. 91am; raw sienna is a  natural earth found near Sienna and  burnt umber Is an earth from Umbrla.  ' Ultramarine Is made from lapls-lazull  nnd tho real article Is naturally very  expensive. Chinese whlto ls zinc, scarlet ls iodine of mercury and vermilion Is tho quicksilver ore known ns  cinnabar.  The Fly  \f\J come froi_?" Is a��������� frequent  ������ ������      and despairing question.  How do fl'.sis get inn the house?  They may come down the chimneys,  If the fireplaces have tipping dampers.  These should be lightly closed in fly-  time. An appreciable falling off ln their  number will be the result.  If the chimneys have not the tipping  damper, *a screen such as is used for a,  window can be fitted into the fireplace;  or, easier still, a bundle of pnper may  be stuffed up tne chimney,  Either method Is successful, and no  trouble Is too great to get rid of these  summer pests.  m1  Down Pillows  ���������.HOSE   who   have   been   troubled  by the sifting through of down  -*-    In pillows   will be glad to learn  of the  following:  Iron the muslin interlining on the  wrong side with a hot iron which  has been well rubbed In beeswax.  Tho wax will act like varnish on the  smooth surface, and thus prevent the  down from sifting through,  To Clean Corduroy  ' OW many mothers have worried  over the problem of cleaning  baby's white corduroy coat satisfactorily and without having recourse  to  the professional cleaners!  The garment may be cleaned as often  ae necessary If the following directions  are carefully observed:  Shave very thinly a bar of some pure  white soap; add, with two tablespoonfuls of kerosene, to about half a pall of  waiter.  Boll this mixture until it is reduced  one-quarter. Use a small portion of  this nnd plenty of wnter to cleanse the  garment. When sufficiently cleansed,  hold the garment spread out as much  us possible while you rinse It up and  down In clear wnter repeatedly. Ho  careful to have'lhe nap running-up,  When the pile Is raised, hang In the  same position to dry. lie careful not to  wring or otherwise touch the garment.  It should be fastened to the line with  ordinary clothespins.  If by some oversight tho nnp becomes  flattened, wait unlll tho piece Is thoroughly dry. when a brisk rubbing with  a hand broom will obvlato the trouble.  \Ant a y^MMEii Coat?  Women Who Travel  ONLY one man ln  twenty  and  one  woman ln a hundred   know   how-  to pack a trunk neatly and compactly.  One would learn a good deal In watching a. packer who travel1* with an actress. She knows all the best and newest wrinkles in the art and can get  three times the amount of clothing Into  a given space that tho ordinary woman  does.  At the bottom of the trunk she places  the dainty, delicate lingeries, folded na  smoothly ai is In the power of liuuiars,  hands, and held by two narrow bands*,  of elastic. Stockings nre not tied up in,  a knot nnd stuffed Into the comers, but  are folded once and laid between stiff'  cards, which are tied with tapes,  Boxes, are eschewed enthely, and for  thPin are substituted pahs of caids lis/  nil sizes, wllh tapes for tying.  Mountains of mnnillu tissue paper and  huge piles of newspapers are used.  A lnyer of clothes Is laid smoothly in  the trunk Next comes a sheet of clean  linen and over this a newspaper. This  i������ an Inipoitant Item. Newspaper In  crisp and stilt enough to resist hard  jolting. The sleeves of every gown aro  bundled out with tissue paper, as are,  til) satin sllpptiis. ���������  All handsome gowns have their own  linen sllpH.  On top of the packed trunk Is spreaU  a truy of newspapers. ���������  Into the heart of the trunk Just abcvut  the lingerie go all breakablt'H aftor tlvey  have been securely corked���������from liliu-k-  iug bottles to cold-nrouin Jars. Tlie soft  stuff Hikes the Jar of tho jolts away*  and liquids nm, In eonsequenco, per-  li't-lly HCeiiii*.  A wiill-|iai'ki'd mink Is u Joy not very  v.t-11 known 1st ilu.* average traveler,  who aiilvss at lur destination often-  limes wllh hur nioHt-cliirlHlied gowim  In a bad coiitlllliui, anil sick nl heart In  t-onHei|iieni*e. The art Is nut hard to  learn und Ih surely worth Die effort.  w  H  AVIO you a long or tlirce-auarter  length winter coat thnt hits out'  worn   lining  ., t ��������� ...-. ���������  Unrtnent heou'itse  rubbed edges?  And nro yon In need of n knockabout  coat for tool Miromtr evening**-, rainy  days or to take with you on your vacation trip?  ,, *    i s.     .  l     .  .     ���������.\.......     t       ,. , .       f . ..  with very little trouble and a fow hours'  time you enn make the desired garment  yourself,  First of nil. brush and shnke the garment thoroughly, ridding It of ns much  dust as possible; then carefully clean all  spots with a n,illl.rti������Ii dipped In warm  water to whim .1 utile <siuinou'a tuts  been added nnd In which nome good  white soap has been  dissolved,  The best way to slo turn )* to inv the  ���������sollesl portion over a heavy Mws-I folded  to several thicknesses, so thnt It will  absorb all tho water, nnd scrub the cloth  until the spots ill<trsr>P*������r.  Now wllh 11 sharp pair of pointed  Hclsxtoi'S rip out tlm lilting, taking caro  not to snip or cut the cloth.  Next tho Interlining mum he removed.  This will not bo at nil difficult to do, as  you will tint) It Is only bunted In and  i-aught down tight nt tho shoulder ant*  usi'termm seaou.  It Is now lime to remove nil hasting  thicinl*. Then,, vou will find en until lu  tbe seams, nr.ititul ihu artnhtiln and  the edges of the coat.  Hhould the seisms tiy> "whipped" with  white or light-colored thread, take this  not nml trim the ,sli-e., of the i-l.itls  evenly, leaving one inch on both sates  uf the seams.  Ovrrnm tho nrmhnlwi with a strong  thread the color of the cloth and catch  the under edge of tin* collar down firmly.  Hind till the seam* and raw *ilgc* with  Inch-wide taffeta team binding or with  t'trl*,-,.*, of n.utu turned in .a '���������!���������*��������� -diw" .\XX'1  sewed with ;i neat ovs r-nnil-o'<-' r sstltch.  Face the back i.f thf* ti (It where tbe  collar Join* the coat, with a I.u t,f ss.itin  or h piece ut s-lis.h.  It will he tis-fwsnry to use a wider  binding for the iirmholos; and be sure  tn ut>w thlss wltb Miroiti/ thread, so It  will not easily rip out.  i.rv __vt������rsii sin.itl ssi-tsUsi* ,iiw..i,.'  tin- hi-iii of the cut t*' pri-'cut ll frnm  blowing open In a high wind, and also  to hold It In shape,  I'res* well, using a damp cloih between  ttts������ Iron nnil the emit, nnil visor old winter flint Is rtitii-eris-il into it lightweight  tstitnms'r garment t||������nl will be a Joy to  ymi on numerous occasions,  By tho way, that oh] silk lining cnn  be washed and Ironed on the wrung sli'i"  and laid aside for uho its facings, hat  llnlmw and all "oris of mid things. Tl*,c  i.'nl ii.'sr',r..i.s*. Xi,.', t .111 !>f .iU'Uf.l fs.r  padding, fevered with calico or glng-  h.iai. It in-iks-.*' ������*.>!������������������������.)!! hul-1'n* for li-f  saucepan* and Jrsiii*",  Spots on Linen  -1IKN your table Ilium or lino  sloDlcii become stained or  spotted with unyililu������ that  will not oitsilly wash out, he suro to  ri'iiiovi* tlitt Hpnt bsii'oi'o Mi-mtlng tbo  linen to the laiunlry.  Ils-i-iy anil li-tilt stains ran lis' re-  movi'sl vs*ry easily by liolillnn tho  cloth tightly over tin* top of a bowl  nnd pouring bulling witter very slowly through the mark until It dlsiip-  pears.  Halt iliiitipencd with lemon Juice laid  on tbe sptU mul subjes'tet) lo the hot  ���������������rt   ...ttt  ,.i,i,i,,vi.  tn|r   unnl"  fi-nsit' HsiiMI  11 Oris* of the liiiislest stains to tu'ltu  out ot Hln' linen is luul iiiisoi- is-, uiu  loud tit an tniiellliie pencil. Great u.uo  n>ti������j l������ tnki'ii to dean thin klttsl of r\  spot oi* your llns*n will be ruliu'tl,  Under tics clrcuiiiHti'-ces touch water  1 ,,-i, ; ������..������.t  .Mix l<>.'i*-thi'i- ' tubles'ptiisriliils of  pi-mxlsle of hydrogen und ' table-  spvMtruts of clear wotst. Lay tho  soiled spot on an obi plnco of linen  folded to sevs-ral thicknesses or over  several tblcknessssss of whits* blotting  paper und with 11 clean spoiIKu "r  bit of clean Ilium sop the upsst with  the mUiui-s- and lay tt In tint direct  r.v>������ ������,f tin' t"tn.  Itepe.Tt this prni'isss until the spot  sllsiippfnts and allow It to r**mults In  lilt.'    Hill.     ..I.U'i    .1     tl.t*    1,il .!>.!.> ..    ..     liUUl  Mlillft.  s* tptrfn F������"*f>'gi-tt   ������qam  __���������__  _���������  t_mt_t____*t  la^iBlgliiaMHMtHMHHMaMi  ^^^^^m^aiim-B-^mmmmm THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  THE FURNITURE STORE  BLANKETS  AND  COMFORTERS  White and Grey  Blanket  Flannelette Sheets  all sizes,  Wool and Down Comforters, Pillows and  Pillow Cases. We can supply everything  to make your bed comfortable. A full  stock of-Furniture always on hand.  M  HIRANO,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  Ladies' & Genti.kmen's  tailor made   suits  FKOM   ������20.00   TO ������35,00,  Cleaning  and Pressing  done at  Reasonable "Prices.  Phone 52  Cumberland 8.C,  _*t  Tommy's Bicycle Shop  Ji. flakanishi, Pfop.  'HwM,'H,'i''M,'fr'M,i**t'i'  ���������GENERAL, REPAIRING OF���������  Bicycjes, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc., Etc.  Plumbing Done.  Jg***m*y*tai-*>#ra*ifitii*^ SPV-^^aM^v^^rf^^rfSi/y*!^  MAROGGHI BROS  A. McKIlTOGN McPhee Block, Cumberland  THE REBUKES'FROM. EARL  GREY  (Toronto Globe)  No more significant' words on  llii^ Canadian situation, none more  t imely or iuov*3 autliorit. tive, liave  been-spoken either in Canuda t r  in BHtain than t o rebukes to the  jiuifoes oii both fides of the At-  Ian tie uttbred by Earl Grey at the  banquot of the Royal Colonial Ir.-  Ktitute in London the other night,  The occasion was notable, The  audience -represented both lhe  Government, and the peoplo of  Britain. The event was the re-  cog-nition of the expiry of Earl  Grey's term of office as'Governor-  General., of Canada.  Ou such an occasion and in su^h  distinguished presence Earl Grey  rebukedjn no indistinct or rouild-  abqut tonus tlie arrant nonsense  talked by leading Tory  politicians  ���������and leading Tory newspapers, both  iu England and in CanarJa.  Straight into the faces of,those  triid'ucers. offilHTToyiuty oT~CanT  iidians this Imperial statesman,  who has just been relieved from  the silence which hedges/about  the ofrico he held, flings the frankest ���������denial of their untrue arid un-  worthy   calumnies';    "With   the  ' shadow of the governorship still  upon me, ���������' he declared, "I can say  with the greatest confidence that,  with the exception of an occasional  crank here or there, it is impossible to find an aunexalionist  throughout the whole of Canada,  ..'"In justice to Sir Wilfrid  Laurier, my affection and ml miration for that distinguished statesman requires me lo say that lie  niid.his government were actuated  by no anexation sentiment in the  policy thoy adopted. Sir Wilfrid  Laurier was fully persuaded that  his policy, if adopted would  strengthen both Canada and the  Crown. To secure tlio free entry  i'or product-* of tlio farm and fish  erics into a protected market of  nearly one hundred millions bv  the piireliasu of reciprocal adinifi-  sion to lhe products from the  I'nittd Stai.es.aud by trilling re-  due-ion of diiltes on ngriciilliiriil  implements, which have been cu-  ei'tielicnllv demanded   by  imrienl.  O *' J o  Hi nil interests, appeared to Sir  Wilfrid to be an economic lulvau  tngo which ho was bound to ac  copt for his country when lhe unexpected opportunity placed it  within his reach. It was certain-  ly iu no sciu-tj a jK-licy of dislike  lo a closer connection witli the  mot her country.  COMMUNICATIONS.  Editor News:���������In reading  tliat really good strong book, '-Sir  Richard Calimidy," by Lucas  Maletj I came across the following, which, after reading your  last issue, J feel sure you will  appreciate and endorse, and  which the majority of your subscribers will also, I feel sure,  enjoy: "He was content as is  so many another Englishman, to,  be a dumb aud practical philosopher���������for whicli those who have  lived with philosophers of the  eloquent sort will unquestionably  give thanks,., knowing, to their  sorrow, -how often handsome  speech is but the cloak to hide  incapacity of honest doing!"'  ..Welshman.-.'  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Bicycles for Sale  and Hire.  Local agent for  Cleveland. Massey-Harris  and Perfect bicvcles.  P.O.  Box 360  (Srv*  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Vt/holesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  SfV*'*^^M������M^>*������^M^>^������^***'  Editor News:���������       ''������������������[ '"'���������'���������  The Conservative party in British Columbia has been iti power  :a_sufficieut length of'tiiiie* to call  for mature criticism.- The character of the local house of parliament, as .is well known, is almost  comprised solely by one party;  and owing to this it has sunk  below the consideration of  thoughtful minds. Tlie members  could   either   pass bills, ���������*  shoot  --  Lliipptnl  1 u'atou-- aii'i   1 mil  the j'CMtaiii'rtiitoii   isintiinlttv.  at  .Soinethiiij; anived   in town to  ibiv. tlmi  we  ciiii    very   well   do  wil hunt���������Snow.  craps," drink ''high balls," or  dance the "Can-can," and no one  would take notice, it is against  the best interests of a county or  province for the party in power  to have too large a majority; slip  shod measures are passed, and  happy-go-lucky laws are put. on  the statute books; besides, the  moral tone of the members sink  to a low level. The members  think they can do anything with  impunity. They imagine there  is no limit to the patience of the  public, and that the public exchequer exists solely for them  selves and, their bushwhackers.  Take the mental calibre of the  Mouse from the premier down,  and they fall away below what  would be expected. There is iio  statesman in the lot; they are a  lot of men who have been sue  cessful owing to advancing prices  of their holdings, and not because  they liave any brains. Their  knowledge of the thought, ideals  and aspiiations of the world  is practically nil. They are purse  full,���������but brain and soul empty  nonentities, and their work  shows it.  We are supposed to have a  man represent us in this district,  I have watched the sayings and  doing of this individual, and I  have come to the conclusion we  have a lemon. His speeches, if  such they can be called, I have  gone over with a fine tooth comb  Pnper shipped us from Gdgary  on Sept'-niber I5ih, Iiiih not reach  ed ll-* Yd, C'liiM'ipiciilly we xsviv  oli]'"<'l ts. 11 c iin\ tlii'i's- m 'lit*  line.it paper \v������- could lay our  IihikIh on ft.r tlii-* ir-stie.  Mrs T.  hmiu'   l.'i'f  i).  \* Cl*  Mel^ftti   arrived  :   from   Dcmmnn  Maud, win id hi' J1 as bore epen-  d;t<*_< i: fiorti--)- of i!u* tsiiiimicr and  fail nt her sittninjci* <������������������>>'t ������������������<_������������������<  ... i  1...  St.   ..  would lead me to believe that he  has an original idea, or-;the ves  tigeofan ideal. His vocabulary  would shame a high school boy.  He reminds me of a story J once  heard of a man who ������:eui hi.*; .sou  the,holidays with a note to the  effect that he had shaken the  napkin at all four corners and  found nothing. Our representative has 'done an awful lot of  napkin shaking on the floor ot  the House, but he could not perform the old sleiglit-of-hand.trick  bf producing ,an average sized  jack rabbit, or a hair to show that  he had a bunny that might have  got away from. him.  I do not know whether he feels  it as bad as we do. He has a  little time left yet wherein he  might, with the aid of a course  -   .1    ' .    0       .       ..���������' ' '  d  iii Scranton School on " How to  do the impossible,'' in 24 lessons  he might, I say, produce something���������if  it   should   only  be a  FOUND-A   bunch   of   key.  Apply this office.  white elephant. I would recommend ������ him to secure the book  "Magic made Easy," as imder-  studv to the foregoing.���������Niloc.  FOR SALE���������Choice Dahlia  ihilbt-', . Apply Mre, J. Stewart,  Fern' Cottage, Allen Avenue.  NOTICE.  * NOTICE is Iiereby givon that  application will be made to the  Parliament of.Canada ut the next  Session thereof for tho con tin 11  atioh of the Charter of the-VAN-  COU V ER ISLAND AN \) EAST  KRM KAILWAY COMPANY  und I'or an extensiau of time for  the commencement of construction and completion of the said  line������ of rail wny authorized to be  eoiiKtrnctod'by the Act of Pur  liameiit. of 0'iiiada passed in the  Session 7-8, Edward 7, chapter  107 intituled "An Act to incorporate tho'Vancouver Island and  Eastern Railway Company," and  liy tho Act of the Priiiiainent of  Cmiiahi iu tlu Session of (J-10,  Edward 7, chapter 171 intituled  uAn Act respecting the Vuneoii-  vol'Island and Eastern .Railway  Company,"  R, 0, I.owic,  Solicitor for Applicant!*.  NOTICE  The Euijuimiilt it Nanaimo Railway Company wiil apply to the  Parliament of Canada at iin noxt  uoas.ir,n fnr 1111 '\,t, (Mnpoweririf* ll, 10  lay out, construct., nr,d ('jmrtvtf. n  railway from a point on tha rail  way, the conMruction of which i.*  authori**fid Uv t-ulwction "A " of  ,-���������c;;..i:i 2 cl Ch-yJ-j*' airo'y ���������.���������vo *--���������  tlio .Statutes of Ca nail* for the year  ono thouHand nine bund red and fix,  ul or near tliu nor'h fork of Oyster  s-ivcr, ihfince in a (���������eiiornliy north  . j wL-fHorlv direction to Hurdv Hayo".  tlit** went count of Vancouver Is* la ml  and iiiCrcnHnp thec*irn\><*inj> V bond  FOUND���������A rug, which can be  had bv describing it and  proving ownership, and paying  for this advertisement. Apply  this office.  ���������"'' '   '" ' "    n      -- .'      ���������������������������-��������������������������� 1       1  NOTICE.  IN the mutter of the Qlllchl Atlmintstra-  t.'i-'d Aoo-stitl Amendin_r Acta, imi  In tho mutter of  I    (nl jo I nowu as J.)  Mori, tl. OsjusO'l itste^ta-e,  TAKE NOTICE by onlor of His Htiior  Judge Barker, of the Couty Court of Nanaimo, marie on the '2nd day of N.**vt-mbi-r,  1911, at Cnmbtirland Uegittry, the 'nailer-,  signed was'upp-iiute-l admini-itrnior of all  and siiigiilur the t s-.a e ������f the ab.-ve naned  decease I. All cluina anainst the BUiti  estate must ba pr.speily verilied and'.pi-u-  aeuted to the undersigned withiu 30 daju  ft'oni the date hereof.  Official Admis'.i trator.  Cuinbdrlaud, B.C., November G, 1911.  ( NOTICE is' heretiy g'veii that nt the  itexfc iheetiuf. of ilio Board of LioeuBs  Comra'is.iionei8 of tho Ci y of Cumber-  latid, I jnientl t* apply for a  renewal of tho hotel iict-n.se'heM by me  for tho Ntw Enjfliiisd Hotel, situated on  the en������t half sf Jot 3, in'blnck 3, CuiiiDer-  iiind.rows.Bito, "' . '  JAMES WALTERS.  Da'.ed this 7-h dny of Nov., 1911.  Telephone 7.0  If you want Cheapest and Best paironise���������  K. ABE & Co.  No, 5 Japanksk Town,  Fine Groceries, Dry Goods,  Caudv, Fruits, Etc.  Etc.  I have 3 fine Baths, complete, white enamelled ware, good quality, cost $45.00 each,  Now $35.00 each  J*>\llllllllllll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!l!!ll!ll!ill!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!ll ty.  I  Capital $6,200,000. Heserve $7,200,OCO 1  I   The Royal Bank of Canada, 1  I DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   AM, f  1 OVER   THE    WORLD. ������������������ I  _ _  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS it interest f  1   at highest Current Ilu leu allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards. |  | CUMBERLAND, B. C., Bianch, Open Daily |  | UNION WHARF, B. C,   Sub-Brath, Open Thursdays I  | D. M. MORRISON, iyianagei-������ |  | COURTENAY,   B.C,    Branch,    Open Daily. 1  1 WM. HOFF, Manager. . j  %A!llll!Ulillllllllllllltlllllll!llllll!!l!lllllll!lllillM  ��������� NOTICE is hereby ftiven that, on the  first day of December ncc:, application,  will be ���������mnde to ihfi Superintendent of  I'vsjviuciiil I'u lice for renewal of tne hotel-license to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known as lhe Hotel Heriot, situntc  ar Heriot IJ.iy, in the Province of Urit-  ish Coiumbisi.  H.A. BuLls.  Dated 251I1, cl iy of October, 1911.  NOTICE ii herehy ������ivou that on Uio  flrnt clny of Deootubor noxt npplio��������������� ion will  lie nindo t*i tbo Siiperintoialenl; of I'm*  vinoiul I'oliosj Viotorin, for a itim-wnl nf  tho hotol l'OsnBc to Bell Hqnorn hy rotnil  in tho hotol known uh llio Malijppinn Ho.  tol, Bitiuitsd nt Liinil, B.O.   Fubd Thuun  Dutod S--i,toiiibor 28, 1011.  NOTIOK in heroby givon thaton tho first  tluy of Uecomhur noxt application will Im  mado to tho Suporiiitondont of l'rovinoinl  Police, Viotorin, fer tho renewal of tlio ho-  to] liouimo to Mall liquom hy retail in the  hotel known nn tho JVtruo hotel, situated nt  Oomox, 11.0, 1'i.oiiknoi* M Orari'K.  Dsitud October!������, 1011,  NOTICE is hereby kivcii thnt on the  ���������first day of December 1911, application  will be mnde 10 the Superintendent of  Provincial Policf*, for a renewal of tbe  wlulc>alc h(|iior licenso upon the premises known as f.ol 24, Sul^ection 1, Nelson Dislrict,  ,   ,     P11.RKNKU lliticwiNO Company,  U.itecl October 3rd, 1911,  ���������SOTICK ih hcrchv-dv*fn that on the  first dny of Oeceinher iu*xt application  will he niiids! 10 lhe Superintendent nf  Provim i.il I'olicfi for n hotel li(,*eii<i(* lo  sell li(|iisirs by rBinil in and upon ihe pre  mi.ius Knrwn a*, me 1'aiiincr hou-.i, miu-  tied .it Uaynes Sound, in lhe Province  of Jlntish Columbi.ii'  Thomas Kipi.icy.  Dated October  3rd, 1911.  FVPhil.ljpps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANC NG  Dunsmuir avenue  CUMBERLAND,  iMrnrtT-rrr Tnr���������" ������������������������-  *a_muumwT3iia__i������-___:������wiumair,m**a_ u  =V.  BO^lO^fl:  CUholesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUOR & BEE**  P, 0. BOX 488  PHONE 29....  CUMBERLAND  This is tlie first spring in the history of Comox  District lliat the local demand for eggs has been  equal to tlie supply. Nothing pnys better than  poultry, if they are Tightly managed. Hejjin  with the little'fellows nud' feed them CHICK  FOOD, which is ������i mixture of bone meal, wheat,  oats, com and othor grain, cut nud blended in  the right proportion to make them thrive mid  grow,    I'or sale by  I  i  A. B. CRAWFORD,  DBA LEU IN  -   - Courtenay, B.  LOUR AND FEED.  MaoiaiisxiiaisiiJBitw  ff  tnwiisjsjuijniw-iwi *ffiwt������������B������������MK^|%y������^  "5_  iMJ^mm^^mttmn thmaamiamaamwii? ftrrr* " ���������-..������������������*���������  SECOND.HAND AUTOS FOR SALE  ^  One 4-cyliuder Iil'ICK,  complete with top, glass  front, speedome t e r,  electric side and tail  lamps,   and   acetylene  ir'OsfsA  fUt/tf  head lights.  Price.  to a famous college, with a. letter,. , ,      ..  .   ,, , ,,_*<!     , ins powtr*, nnd for ollior pur|������o?o������.  to the proiessor, au old fm-nd  of     n '       w  fi,  (Sws|l���������uv  his, asking him to push his son |       ^^ ^ \, N ^       C()  aloug, statinss that the boy   Iwdf hj    ,P| n, m[,.������������������ A, ttmptv0t  talent but hid it in   a   napkin, j 0������������������W(, Apentt-.  The professor tested the boy  in , J);l((.(* ���������t y,,, un-r thi* Dr-i tiny c,\  all subjects and sent liim home at'       Nu.ctiibcr, It'll,  NO TICK in herehy given that on lhe  iuli day'������( November I'jif, npj������lirrul*>n  will be made 10 the .Sii|ieriiilend-*iit nf  Provincial Polirr, for the ������rani of a ll-  tirnsc for the suit* of liquor by wholesale  in and up'-n ihe prcmiscH known as Lot  zd, titSctiiin61, on the corner ol Union  ..ml Al'i'i* Siitets, C'lurti-n.i-.'. Con*tt\  tiisirict  lll-NHV HolKiSKINSnN, AlU-'ic.iill.  U.-ttcd thi-, (tth, day of Ocl. 1911.  One car same as above,  with head, side aud tail  lumps, yenera gtnr.fs  lor, etc. Price   ������j>^U  One 2.cylinder Duick, 20  29 hp., generator lamps  top wind-shield, <������*���������*���������������a  etc,, only, ������p/t)U  Oue Potd car, 3-seater,  complete and in good  order, with fine a/aa  tires, only.... JpOUU  One air-cooled Frmikliu,  coniplete with windshield, head, side and  tail lamps, generator,  etc. This is n .|-cylin.  der 15 hp, car,  only  f  One Rover 6 lip, 2-pnss-  euger ear, battery aud  magneto ignition, tires  in fine order, car in  splendid shape,  only   ;' $400  THOS. PLIMLEY,  VICTORIA, B.C  OPFICE AND STORE 730 YATES ST..  GAWAOE. 727 JOHNSON ST..  '���������If you get i' at Plimley's it's all kicht."  P *3 ��������� Wn "Do Wnpfftirinij  ���������hi _iiiiii���������mmamaK*������������������������:natiwtmrw^������sj_T������}iw*mm*ammm*mmm  WIf_Zr_T_a___.M. 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