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 .'  .,</   '*/  iV''  ''��������� ,-\,  \-.ifcl  ������������������'n-s  ,*������������������'  7*mM  ^ l^  *>skl  ^^sV, '"T  ^ ��������� "T* ^1    ���������  'w.  **<���������������  ���������7*  <w  ov.  This News, Nineteenth Year,.  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  v  I |     _, | I _._.__   I   S    J     I   . ISJ III      ll T ��������� ��������� '   ���������- '   'I   ' I    ���������" -  ' I '      ' '   'I ll-' I I -1|_1- |  CUMBERLAND, B. C,   WEDNESDAY,   DEC 271I1, ;gu  vr ,,  11 ii WW 11 1 anwi^MMsy**.** ..������.������������������������������������������������ s������"4w.,hMU ������^������w������ */. *������^*������<������**  TME BIG STOK.E  The Store  Of Quality  The Store Full of Christmas  Suggestions.  V  Will not give you any trouble  if you visit our Store.  We solve the difficulty.   Space  will not permit us to give a full  list, BUT-  CAU, and SEE for YOURSELF.  <*m%Jb*aa*a Wm**M*ra\t*mj >i*i*������4mm+i%toammm*f]fah*^  ,,       .; ��������� ,    -       -   -,.*    ���������,. .    , ....,,:,.   if    ......     / 1 'm   ,  1 I I-        - . I ^  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  t**Jlt**ma*t->****aMt^tt^  SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A Yli.\)i.  *mam*l''-**1'M-*J^t!XJm*t;-JmtAsim-'*-rj*i,*i,m.Js  ttMtd**'****^**** tftjfeft 6������*������66&**������*** W *66**4  THE CORNER STORE  With TOYS too Numerous  to Mention  TWO VALUABLE  NZES  G YEN AWAY  With every 50 cents purchase from the ist  of December yon receive one ticket. The  drawing will take place on New Year's Eve,  f COmE Efl^Li  I piiokb 31      j   e. Bate, Cumberland'..  XMAS ENTERTAINMENT.  Locals;  NOTICE.  Tho Annual mooting of tho Co-  m������)xComwvative Association will  'ba hold in tho Agricultural Hall,  Courtenny, on Monday, Jany, 8 tli  J012 at 8( p. ni. All Conserv-  alives in tho valley are requested  to attend.  Wm.  Duncan, Secretary.  Wo notice our old friend  John  Pikot in town again,  after an ab  eenco oi1 several months,  HOSPITAL DONATIONS  Miss Browne, matron ot" (lie  C. & U. llosjiitnl, desires to  acknowledge with thanks the  following dohatious for Xmas.���������  Mrs. Woods, Xmas cakes ancj  pudding,  Mr. Clinton, turkey.  J. N. McLeod, turkey.  A. G. Slaughter, turkey.  ��������� Co-Operative Co., turkey.  Big Store, fruit and sweets.  Campbell Bros.,' two hams.  Mrs. P. J ay lies, cake.  0. Young, who was charged before Messrs Shaw and , Willard,  J'fl. P., with being drunk and disorderly and a person oMooso char-,  neter, was sentenced lo two  months hard labor, lio will bo  taken to Nanaimo to serve hie  term.  An undesin'hlc-a colored  wo  man-was  lined    #25   or  months   with   hard   labor,  tine was paid,   She was   a  dent of No. 4 Japtown,  three  The  reel-  i  Harold and Harry Stunt wore  tried before Magistrate A brums  0:1 Tuesday, for assault upon Con-  ji.,w.c vJ^M'". ���������*������*.'"    'is  uinCisttil^C Hi  hie. ilsityon Sunday night, Harold was fined'$50 nnd four months  or in default of paymont six  ni'jiitliH additional, and lluri'v was  (hied.$30 or nix months, They  were also fined $10 each for swear**  ing and using disgusting language  on tlio street*.���������It is in the best  interests of thi**. community that  we lmve 11 mnn I'ke Cniistnbli-.  St-'pluMit-on,  CAIID OK THANKS.  Wc tako  this   opportunity   of  tlimilciiitr our kind friends who assisted us iii our tlmo of trouble.  Jamios B.vnti) anu Family.  The employees oi the Big Store  presented VV- U. Lawrence, the  genial manager, with a very  handsome Masonic emblem on  Xmas Eve, which shows the  cordial relations existing between  ihem, t'ud the esteem iu whicli  he is held  The annual Xmas Tree and  entertainment in connection with  the Sunday School of Grace  Methodist Church was h^ld in  the church on Xmas night. The  church was crowded with parents  aud friends of the children, and  as this is pre eminently the  Children's Day the little ones  had the entire stage and acquitted themselves to the satisfaction  of the audience, who appreciated  tlieir efforts with well merited  applause.  Under the'manipulation of Dr  Gillespie a number of lantern  slides were shown .descriptive of  the Skeena River and the building of the G.T.P. along its banks,  which were much appreciated..  After this the great event of  the evening came, off, vi?..: the  arrival of'���������\Snnta-'and his bear  from the far north, and amid the  frolics of his attendant Santa  proceeded to distribute the numerous presents to the expectant  children.  Obituary.  The ddath took place on Fri  day last, of John, son of Mr. and  Mrs. Jamos Baird, Derwent Avi*.  Tlie doeensed was taken ill whilo  at work at No. 0 mine on Thursday, and died at his ho.iio on the  nhovo   mentioned   day.    Ho was  ��������� tf  22 years 0. ngo on tlio Tuesday  prior to liis death. Tlie funeral  look place on  Sunday   afternoon  from-the family residence to Cum*  borhuin cnniotery, Rov, J. Hood  officiating. Tho Eagles, of which  the deceased was a member attended in a body.  The Hendricks' robbery affair  which was reported iu our h*s>uu  of lust week, ha-J turned out to ho  i fc.kr, no cv.cl: robbery hav;;;^  Uilinii place. Con&Ublu Stephenson nfter thorough investigation  makes tho above Rtatenienr.  ~o-  Tho death took phlco at our  local hospital on Thursday last, of  Sarah A., wifo of J, Wilniehurst,  district superintendent of roads,  The deceased lady was 111 years of  ngo, and leaves beside a husband  four children to mourn her loss.  The funeral took place on Saturday nftornoon' from, the family  residence, Courtenay, to Prosby.  lorian cemetery, Sandwick, Rev  T. Menzies officiating.  i  i-i.  i  ������*������*  ft-  \sV  xi  ft*  To all our Friends and Patrons I  We extend the  Greetings of the Season.        $  1  t  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  CumberUnd  to  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, PRESIDENT   : =_: ALEXANDER=LAIRD,-GENERAt Manages :   CAPITAL, - $10,000,000        REST, -   $8,000,000  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  '���������"of The Canadian Bank"of Conimerce'.will receive "deposits of $1 and  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. There is no  delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small  deposits are welcomed. K734  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to bo  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor.   A jomt acc-.unt  of this kind saves expense in estnblishing- the ownership of the money  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for.  his wife, or for others dqiending upon him, in the event of his death.  CUtVLBEBLAND BRANCH W. T,  WHITE.  Kaaa  CHURCH OK ENGLAND.  Tho Sunday School Christmas  Tree will bo. hold in Cam norland  llall on,���������'Friday 20th inst.fronvS  to 7 p, ni. ���������   .  Mr. W    MerrilMrt   and   Ur.  Montgomery. <>f lite !J'*y*������l   Hun!;.  Vimcimvi'i' uviivi'd Ism*, un    Sim  day from   Vancouver,  A fuoiimii niutuii biuween married and Fiinglo meu was played  ou ClirifJtmafl day, and won liy the  Binglo men by a heoio of 2   to 1,  A return match wna played the  sumo day, which reunited in a vie-  tnrv for ibi" inni-iii-il >>n*ii by n  fscoi'o of.") to 1,  Miss Queenie Ahrams left this  fuoruiuj^   for   Vancouver   afiei j  sjlK-udiuy Xmun with hei patents -  here.  Thn mayoralty contest will in  all probability be between our  proHout mayor and T. ... Hate. A.  petition is in circulation mpiest.  ing Mr. Unto to eomo oii't,  Several names are being men-  tinned a������ possible candidntca for  ���������liuaniitnic iioiiuin, but wiioiiiei  thu gentJonien iiientiinied wi ii en**  ter the civic nrmm to have their  Bins of oinii^iou and cum mission  raked un w<������ nre  iiutible to hiiv.  Victoria defeated Cinuberlaiid  nt football at Victoria on Monday  by a scoro of 4���������1,  (AltU OF THANK*  Wc desire lo take   thin  oppor  tijnity of tlnnil'iug our frinndH for  lheir I;iiidneH:- and t-ympmliy dm**  iiiif "lit' tiim* of tifiiibh*'.  J. Wn.MSHUUSTAN!) FAMILY.  Fire iu Victoria last week destroyed the large skating rink on  Fort street and- four dwelling  houses.  The Presbyterian Sunday School  Entertainment will be held iu the  church on Tuesday evening next.  Jany 2nd, fit 7,80.   Tho Sabbath  school children will bo entertained  to a Ripper commencing at 5 p. in.  Miss Mny Unto of the Union  Uav school will succeed Miss  Agnes Frame as teacher at No, 7  mine at the commencement of the  school term,  IMPORTANT, NOTIOK.  Mr. liert Aston wishes to dt 1 y  the report that he is in any way  connected, with Mr,   P.   iSii>-l*v<.i,  in business.  -������������������  Manager Curtis, of tin* Cit>  Hall Picture Show, lefi. for V.iu-  couvcr this uinrniinr.  Cuinborlnnd Kodgo'No. 20 A.  F. & A. M., will hold their ninth  annual reception and hall at the  Cumberland Hall on Wednenduy  evoi.ing the 27th iiibt,  -fh-  Master Fred h'reenian left I'or  Vancouver this liioruiuj;.  The Angel left .this alhs'i1 . ���������.'.  morning nnd took his flijjnt   f..  Vancouver where he will slay  ior a week, visiting friends mid  have a good time generally.  -���������.... .1.1......:.-   Constable Stephenson and M*.s  Stephonsou loft oy this morning's  boat for Nnnainio. licit took  two or threo prisoners down to do  tlmo at tho provincial gaol,  Mri|?iHtrate Abnuns U  rocovor  ing somewhat slowly troui������V  po*-  vei-o attack of rheiiinntisnt which  has confined him to his homo for  several weekn,  wm  *f*a,  nil  CJLII  r%  r\] ai"  V/Ul  \~****t r\  I   I IC  T T   T  ���������** a. "Z \_,J *������������.���������' %^\ 1    J \m-*  X yg   T ���������  ratrons we vvisn  *  Prosperous New Year  Gapipbcll B|*os.  a  W ���������m  ij  TIIK NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. C.  I>sm TWWWW  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  The  RoHticHJpi  A Romance oi Arizona  By  Novelized From l^lmtind  D������y'������ Melodrama  J������   J������*  JOHN   MURRAY  MILLS MILLER.  and  Copji-lffht, im, by O. NY.  DDllni-  Y  ��������� ���������    ��������� ha.-n Co, ^  tm*t*m -i Mii ���������;: ^.^^^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  [COSHNITI*.]  I^lol* tivmblcil wllli wealtiit'KS. HI-  swollen touguo clove to tbo roof of hi-  mouth, Ills lip*i wero ���������.���������racked nm  l������lm*lcouc*G. BIO of foam flickered  jhoui tho corners of bin moulb. Tin  jjliiro blinded his eyes, which woro hull"  sioKod. At t lines fever wnven swept  oyer Iiliii; u*;r.ln ho bliuddorctl will*  cold.  Sounds of fulling waters filled Iiia \  r, cars. Tho sighing of tho wind through; |  the canyon walls suggested the Uic-  klinj; of feu mains. Rivers flowed be*  ���������fore his eyes through grecu meadows  only to fade Into the desert as he  guzod. .  "Whnt a Jand-whnt a land! It fa (lu*  abode of the god of thirst! He. tempts  men into his valley with the lure of  fc-old nnd saps tlie llfeblood from tholr  bodies drop by drop: Drop by drop I  hem' It fullln/,'. No���������it is wnter I hour!  ' There it ia! How cool it looks!"  Dl'-ft rose and -staggered' toward the  cliff,   In his dellriuiu of thirst he saw  streams of water giiah down tho motm-  tniu side.   Holding out liis arms?, he  . cried, "Saved, saved!"  His hands fell limply hy his sides  ns the illusion faded. He then doubled them into fists and shook them at  the cliff in a last defiance of despair.  "You shan't drive n������e mad!"  He seized his empty canteen, pressing it to his lips.  "No; I drained that two days ago, oi  was It three?" he whispered in panic  as he threw it aside.  Picking up his gnu, he falleringly attempted the ascent. "I won't give up���������  1 won't!" he shouted huskily. "I've  fought* the desert before and conquered. I'll conquer again���������I'll"���������  His will power ebbed with his falling strength. Blindness fell upon hlra.  Oblivion swept over him. He sank,  dying of thirst, ln the Bands of the  desert.  As the buzzards find the dead, so an  Apache crept upon DJcU as he lay pros-.  ���������trateT*^urt~S~ihe��������� lByian~aitDed~uc"  beard footsteps from a draw. He saw  a man approaching the spring. Silently ho fled behind the rocks.  It was Jack. Ho had entered the  lava beds from the east, closely following the man for< whom ho had  searched for so mnny weary months.  Others of the Apaches hnd marked  hltn already. Knowing he would go to  the spring, they waited warily to learn  tf ho were alone. The bund had scattered to surround him at the water  hole.'..... . i' '��������� 'n ,i.  Jack's home and burro, which he had  loft at the head of tho canyou, were  Already ln the Indians' possession.  With him he carried hie rifle nnd a  revolver. A cnnteeu of 'water woo  wlung over his shoulder. The desert  had placed its stump upon hini, turning his clothes gray. The tan of his  fnee was deepened. Lines about his  eyes and mouth showed how -much he  Lad suffered physically nud mentally  in his search for the man he believed  wnn his riticoeHfiful rival In love,  flenching the spring, he looked about  cimtloiisly   before   ho  Inld  down  hln  . When recognition oume he threw.his  arms about tho prostrate form, crying,  "Dick, at last. at. last!"  nts vs-lco was broken with emotion.  The senreh had been so loug, eo weary  and tho ending bo srudrten!   Ue  hnd  found Dick, hut it looked as If he cam*  too Iftte.  (lathering Dick up In hla nnui, ha  raised hini until hhi head rented on  hU knees. Forcing open hie mouth, ha  poured u little water dowu hla throat.  Then with a moistened handkerchief  he wetted templea and wrist*, filowljr  Pick struggled back lo itfe.  "Water���������water���������It's wntor I" ho gasp*  ed, Ntrnggllng fur more of lhe precious  fluid.  "Eatsr," cautioned Jack, "Ouly. %  Utile now���������more when you're stronf������  tr."  "Who 1k it?" cried Dick. Not wait-  lug for .lack (o enlighten him, ho contained: "No ruritler���������you camo in time,  T couldn't huve held out auy longer.  A11 l he^springs arc dry. J figured ou  reaching Clearwater."  Jack helped Dick to his feci. Taking his utrlfsten frleud'a right arm, ht  "/ -���������oil's*. QtYC 11)1-1 wfin'tl*  rlfio. He tugged ut the butt of hiu revolver t������ iun!u������ certain tlmt It -wild bo  pulled fjiili'iilr from Ilie liolsier, TnU-  lng off his hut. In* knelt to drink. He  mulled nud confidently tappM hi* enn-  tecu when lie found ths? Mprlng dry.  He wns raising IiIe cnntreii to It in llpu  wli'-u In*- nplwl DIck'H body.  Jiiijiplrig behind n mil:, he jmllwl hln  r������>vo|\(*r, i'ovf������iTug the Iiihhi������IIiIc* mun. I  It mlcht Ih* n tntp    Ua munii'-d tho I  trail, tin* ellsT. (Up ciiiit.w.   Henr'.ng I  nnd M*tlng nothing, he Allppt-d bin re-  velvet* lilt's hl*i h<<l������ttr nud hurried to  Dick's: nUte.  At flrnt he did not tfcuz-  lilEi������ hltn    The dowrt nnd thlriM had  Hi ought iiiaay ihangin its Iiiy ti'lt-nd'a  im.',:.  He poured o little water down hia throat.  drew It across his shoulders. With his  left arm about liiH waist, Juck led him  to a sent upoii a convenient rock.  "I came by ..''Clearwater yesterday,"  explained���������Jaekr^"It���������is-uothing-������bufc-  mud and alkali."  . "My horso dropped three days ago. I  had to shoot tho pack mule. 1"���������  Dick opened his eyes under tho ministrations of .Tack. Gnaing upwarfljnto  his face, he shouted joyfully:  "Why, "it's ��������� Jack-Jaclf Payson!"  "Didn't you know me, DiekV" asked  Jack sympathetically.  "Not at first. My. eyes went to the  had out yonder In.the glare."  The effort 'lind.'beeu too mueij for  Dick. Ho sank weakly over JacVfl  knees. Jack turned him partly on his  back and let moro water trickle dowu  his throat. Dick clutched madly at  the cauteen, but Jack drew It back  out of bis roach. With hit) handkerchief he moistened lips and neck,  When Dick's (strength rolui'Dccl Jock  helped him to sit up.  "I've been* hunting for you for  months," ho told lilm.  "Hunting for me?" echoed Dick.  "Yes," answered Jack. "I < raced you  through tho Lost Cities, then to Coonoy,  theu up In tlio ��������� Tulnroww. At I'ort  Grunt they put me ou the right trail."  As tho clouds break, revealing tho  blue of tho heavens, bo Diek-������j memory  came back lo him. Ho shrank from  the man ut hie Bide.  "Well?" ho fluked hb ho stared at hln  botrnyor.  Jack gam! fixedly abend. Ho dared  not look Into tho face of lilm ho Imd  wronged bo bitterly.  "She wantn you." ho until In ii volco  void of all emo.tlpn.-  "Who wants i'ric?:!poked Diftk after it  piuise.        ,   ./ I t-^fyfiiiii ,���������  -. "Kcho." '   ���������...."  "Yonr wife?" grlttoil Dick. Ho tfn-  gcred hla ({un n������ he spoke.  Huskily Jack roplkd, "Yea."  Ultter thought!* illlcd tho mind of  one; the other hud schooled hlmaelf to  mnko ntonemont. For tho wrong lie  hud dono Juck wuu ready to offer hln  Itfe. Ho hnd ontlured the fall meiimiro  of hln sufforlngH, The hour of his delivery wnu nt hand. Hard nn It wim to  die lu the mid-glory of manhood, It  Was nisler to end it all Imn* and now  thun to livo unlovod by Kcho, lulled by  Dick, despised by hlmucll'.  "Bhe sent nic. to find you. 'Llrlng lilm  buck lo me.'   That's what uho untd,"  i Jack orled tn hlo agony.  "Your wife���������uho uuld thut?" fullered  Well.  Fiercely In his torture Jack answer,  ed; "Yes, my wife���������my wlfo r-nld It,  'Hi'lnr' lilm tmelf to ine.' "  'TJackV" Dick punned. "Hitok to  wliatlr' he nuked htmueli'. ".Shu'M your  wlfo, Isn't tihoV" lio donustidipil.  "That'll what tho Ihw tzyv," an-  uwori'd Jack.  NVItl: tlie thought of the oven!rig In  ,',,.    ,,milKlt    v.;,.'i,    he    ia;,-,,,.    ,H,\'r.    ,il,U  ������e. suaiTieo ine, yet all the while.you  wer������ (ho nutit the lovcd���������you���������you-'  ������nd lu the eud I foinid it out."  Jack's voice Muk ������lmo������t iuto a whig-  per *a he 'flnlahed hit revelation to  Dick, who raised hli* head nnd cried,  "And, yet ahe bwke ber faith witb  a*"���������  .lack arose in cis misery, ms u&t  was harder than he expected. Dick  was forcing lsiw to tell all without  ���������.'oncenling cveu the omaliest trifle of  hla shame.  "She thoughl���������you were dead. 1 uev-  pr told her otherwise. I Hed to her���������I  lied to her."  "rfho never knew'/" asked Dick joy-  Cully. "The letter"���������  "1 never gave Jl (o hor," answered  Juck simply.  Dick leaped lo his feel, pulling hln  revolver from his holsler. "And I  thought her false to her trust!" He  alined his gun at ruyson's heart. "I  ought to kill you for this!"  Jack spread out his arms and calmly  replied. "I'm ready."  Dick dropped his gun and slipped It  Iuto the holster, with a gesture of despair. '���������Hut It's too late now���������loo late!"  ln his eagerness to tell Dick the way  he had solved the problem Jack spoke  nervously and quickly., "No, it Isn't  loo late. There's one way out of this���������  one way in which 1 can atono for the  wrong I've done you both, and I stand  ready to make that atoneiueur. It is  your right to kill me, but it is better  tbat you go back lo her without my  blood on your hands."  "Go���������buck���������lo her?" questioned Dick  as the meaning of the phrase slowly  dawned upon him.  "Yes,", said Jack, holding out, his  hands. "Go hack with clean hands to  Echo Allen. It Is you slie loves.  There's my horse up yonder. Beyond  there's the pack mule loaded with waler and grub���������pleuty of water. We'll  just change places, that's,all. You  take them and go back to her, and i'ii  slay here."  Dick walked toward the spring, but  tt spell of weakness came over -him,  and he almost sank to the ground.  Jack caught him nud held hiiii up.  "It.would be .-justice,-' muttered Dieic.  as If apologizing for his acceptance of  Jack's renunciation.  Leaning over his shoulder, Jack said:  ���������\Sure, that's it, justice. Just tell her I  tried to work' It out according to my  lighta. Ask her to���������forgive���������to forgive,  that's all." "  Jack took off lii'i cuuteen and threw  lhe strap about Dick'.** neck. As Lauo  weakly staggered toward the mouth of  the canyon, where the horse had been  staked oul, Jack halted him with a request:  "There's another thin***., 1 )*���������#��������� home  ai^cFTTclotuir" BuclTMcKee ThargeoV  ine wiih holding up and killing *01e  Man' Ten-ill for 53.000. Tell Slim  Hoover how you paid me just that  Bum of money."  "I   will,-  and   I'll   fir   tho   nmvdt'r-  where It belongs und then fix the real  murderer."  Jack   stopped   to  ].aue'.s  '-side  nnd,  f  WONDERFUL FURNACES.  Thos������ Ltcattsj jst Niagara Aro Iht H������t-  .    te������t In ths*. Wtrlrf.     y    ,  ".it Niagara Rrc the' hottest furnac������������  tu the world," nsys a writer. "Here  clay Is melted iu vast quantities to  form -tliirclniuia, a metal as prceJauH 0.  few years ago au gold. Hero lime aud  carbon, the most Infusible of all tho  elements, are Joined by tutense heat ih  the curious new and useful compound,  calcium carbide. Here graphite,, the  couili* of the diamond, is made. L'Uos-  phoniK ls mnde in large quantities, aud  carborundum is manufactured. It has  heeu prophet-led thut It is merely a  matter of ttmo hefor������ diamonds will  bo made at Niagara.  "Theso marvelous new things In  science p.nd Invention have boon made  possible hy thii- 'chnlulng' of Niagara  to the wheels of industry. The power  of fulling water ls transformed Into  electricity. Sdcuec has found that tbe  form of energy kuown us electricity'  cau be changed Iuto the vlbriilloii  known ns henr. Accordingly .thou-  6R������da of horse powor are conveyed or  electricity over n coppc* wlro, changed  into heat mid light between the tips of  carbon electrodes and there work wonders.  "It l������j scarcely twenty years since tht  first el-actrical furnaces of practical  utility were constructed, but If the fur-  ���������uficci? today in operation nt Niagara  Falls alouo were combined Into one  they would, one scientist speculates,  make a glow so bright, tlmt It couK' be  Beeu from the moon. Oue furnaco has  been built in which an amount of heat  energy equivalent to 700 horso power  is produced in au nre cavity not larger  than an ordinarywater tumbler."  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  ' stop the? meanest, nasticst. r." .st persistent heidaches In half an  hour or less. We guarar.' *,e tliat they contain no opium,  morphine or other poJ".r.oc** dmgs. 25c. abox at your druggists',  or by mail from ������9  NstlsMsd Draft ���������������4 Cbomicssl Ca. of tasiada. I.tmiud.      .     ������      .      .      HiatraaL  Not Purely Curiosity,  Att-ong the pussenger.s lu one of the  cars of a train' running between  Springfield and Boston was .1 nervous  little old mau who evinced a keen Interest iu n sinister looking person who  took 0 seat beside him.  "How do you do'.*-" said tho nervous  little old mnn to the sinister looking  person. "Now, what might your name  be? Do you live lu Hoston or beyond?"  "What business ls It of yours where  I livo or who 1 iuiiV' growled the  other.  "Strictly speaking. It ain't uone of,  my business," Admitted the old gentle-  mau mildly, "but it's-jest liko this!  I've got tt cousin lu this part of the  state thut I've never seen, und I'vo always thought I might come upon hlrn  somo tlmo ,1ost by asking folk their  name and so on."���������Harper's.  CHEEKY  SWINDLERS.  ...������ nour31 use.  Instead of being obsolete ������Ed simply &u Interesting relic the hourgluus  iu various forms is a twentieth century necessity. For such purposea us  liming, hardening und tempering beats  Iu twist drill manufacture, whore seconds or minutes in lift be ganged accurately, nothing serves like tho hourglass with the right, amount of sand.  Accuracy to fractions of a second can  be obtained much more easily by an  hourglass than by w.ntchlug the hands  of a watch.���������London Graphic.  ���������JV*s.������l������;,>  amm****'  "/ oit'jht lo Hill you Jor Ihhl"  holding out his Imnd, said: "Tlm 11 k  you. I don't allow you can forgive  rnoV  "I don't know thutvl could," coldly  iiufiworod Dick,  "You'd 'bolter be golug."  Again Dick fitiirleil for the horse,  but u now thought cumo to hlui.  ruuslng, lie' HDlil, "B\m cnis'i niurry  again until"���������  "Well?" a^cil Jack, Ills voice wan  full of sinister mean In*?, und bo fingered his gun us ho spoke.  Dick reullsseil nt onco thnt JiivU'm  plan was to ond his life In tho desert  with 11 wvilrcr shot,    y  "You mei'B to"-   Ho uhmhk'i cd.  ������Yo bo Continued).  lWfcb.  Uclm pronounced mnu and wlfo tmrg������  Ing over lilm Dick intiniiureU, "Wlmt  God both Joined logoilior bit no mun  put iHiiinler."  "Tlint'o what the liwil: miju," nn-  uwered Jack. "Hut when hutitlti alono  nre Joined nnd bmirin nvc uwtnidc-r it  enn't po 011 iword na lhe work of Ood."  l-H- bowed hi** lies-! in hiw UdikUi.  "I don't uiidei'fitfind."  flfnbb-sn-lr Jack pumtieil lib nius-  enpe to nick. ,"8bo doemi't lore tuo. I  lb-night I had won lier, bin shs> trtor-  rlnl n-.s with ys.iir lmtice In bcr lifart  W.N.U,   No. 869.  A  flkt-rleh-quiok  Sehemss  That   Wa������  Nipped by Unolo Sair*.  It lu not easy, yet it ls possible, to  comprehend something of the mental  status of the man who buyB a gold  brick or allows ������ gang of green goods  men to flcoco bim. In such cases it In*  merely greed outstripping reasou.  But the limit of human credulity  mucins lo have beeu reached when tha  ���������authorities nt Washington disclosed R  swindling scheiao in which success,  was attaiued by exploiting the alleged  flnoneial embarrassment of no less an  institution than the United States  government. The ewludlers liave  quietly circulated a' report that Uucle  Sam Is so greatly in need of fuuds  that ho is secretly Heating "on im-  mouse Issue of national banknotes."  Hov/ many "come-ons" have been in-  tduccd__to__subsci1be_toiLJ.hL3_)iatl_oua]_  currency thai is to be sold at a discount has not been accurately determined, but tho business would undoubtedly have becomo very profitable,  if the government had not put "a  ���������speedy' stop to It  One may sympathize to a limited er-  tent with the victim of the smooth  and convincing confluence man. Out  the man or woman who cnn be gulled  by miy such absurd gul-rlcb-qulck  BCberue as thi* latest device Is beyond  the limit of credulity. ��������� Cincinnati  Times-Star.  Going Tiircugh tho Panama Canal.  In passing through tho cauul from  the Atlantic to the I'aolDc a ship will  enter a channel with a bottom width  of fiOO feot ssnd follow this for seven,  miles lo Gattin, where it will by threev  lockfl lie lifted eighty-five feot*. to the  level of Lake Oatuu. It will alcana al  full epced through this'lake for n dlstanco of twqnty-four miles to ..Biw,  Obispo, where tt will enter the ClsT������*>  brn cut. It will pans through the cut,'  a dlfltiinco of about nine' mile*-, in a  channel with a bottom width of UOO  feet. At Pedro Miguel it will enter a  lock and be lowered thirty feet te n  email lake, on the other oide of which  it will enter two locka und be loworod  to the sea level, panning out. Into the  Pacific thtrough n channel night ml lea  long with 0. bottom width of 600 fuel;.  A Polystet Preai.  Iu New York city twenty-eight proa*  porous uewipnpon* Are publlahed tu  foreign languagou-Germun, Fronch,  Italian, Bpnnltih. l-ortugueno, Rue������l������n,  Flnniah, llungnrlon, Oroatlini, IJtlm*  rhIru, ftuthf-nlati, Slovenlc, Slovak,  Pollah, BohemlHU, Norwegian, Swotl*  loll. Daniuli, Hollandbh, Iloumiuilaii,  H-algarlnu, Hnrvian, Orcok, Arabic,  Byrlnu, Ai'mculun, ChUieao and Vld<  dWti, be*lden an Aiutrlnn mid a Rwlmi  nowHpupnr publinhed in Oonnnn. In  tbo United Rtaleu tbevo are 4115 periodical:*, printed In forolgu liiuguuijes, Of  tbi-ae tm are dtilllM. 0 IrlwuekHof. lit  eemlweekllei, Kit neekllox, IU ttamb  monthllee uitA 28 nioiitlilt^.-Harouri  Weekly.   ^   A Niw Aniw������l.  A glftantla cnrnlvorou-i ranmuiitl,  littherto uuknnwn, wue dUcevered r*  teutly in Dutch New (inlnen. Thin mi*  itual. fouud uud named by I3iiR,ltiili  liatuwilJulj In the courise of cou������t er,-  plornlloni, liven nt on nlUtudo ef nr*0  * ���������'. , ��������� <        f,    '     '. St..,.        (Vl|.������  ,*..SSUU   Sit   ll   I'.iti-i:   .mC!flJl,\..l   1,1    .1   .....  ef MrcV flr.nvfi*. -rhe gii7.fl(t������,''n������ th'**  bfmt Is Uiiowq, ISBtvlped llko n wtiro,  bul' Its aspect is forouhus. The 11 Dl-  ronl U Uko a tapir and 1������ of n Bpeelo.  itinponed5 to have died out thoujmudi  'tif yt**i.r<> nvi. T'ts tv-firiirMnv teftb <r1ri>  |������ an uppaarauce of extnuu cruoltj'.-  narper'B, *  maimvm *an ���������'������������������mmaatai ma <m> mmma  The Csollte* of Cstr'lluali.  Tho Catholic college of ^nt'dlnatu liat>  now tho siuitllftit WMnbfifnul}) reoavl*  e/I !u ceuiurlt* f.ia ilia cmr.l!������t itx\  poriten ot ItiliH^rt ovor Vnowu. Tlw  M'inltttoaa', li^mbiuslitp !������atvout;', CD''  ty tlio vtcktxt deal a of Cfirdiusl C.avjc  ebtonl It 1st reduced to fcrty-itiB* ll li  tbr������t> nnd a half yrnri* ilnre tiny ct.r&\-  unlH have been ortnted. and It l������ likely  to be 1 year Iff ort 1 ccnilitorj li  ������mH#A  Ju)t Suited.  "There's only one objection lo these,  apartments," sold tho ugent of the  building. "From these two windows  you can't help seeing everything In  Iho dining rooms o? the neighbors 01*  both sides of you."     ������  "What's the rental?" smlltugiy asked  lhe portly dumo who was looking for  a fiat.���������Qhicago Tribune.  SAVE       MQNT.Y  ON  , GASQUNy  Lighting Supplics  . We oan save you  10 o,'o to 20 ojo on  ���������Gasoline. Lighting  Supplies uo mutter vvliRt system  you uee. ��������� Best  quality iusuUgs  aud glasi-ware always in stock. Wo  are tho large-fit  Gasoline Lamp  und Supply house  in Canudiu Write  for new prlco list.  RICE-KNIGHT LIMITED  BOX  487,   REGINA.  SASK  Toronto    :    Montreal    :     Calgary  Our Fine Catalogue  is mailed frco on request. Write for  it if ymf hnvo any notion of a College  Courso. ���������  Central Business College,  Toronto.   ���������  WjI. Shaw, Pros.   K.R. Shaw, See.  ISISASES OF.MEN���������DR.   DEAN.  specialist. C Collego St., Toronto.  Foiled  Suspicious Neighbors-Did your mo.  ther have a rooster for dinner >-je^ler������  nay, f-unny? .  ,'  Soniile.-���������Yes'm.  '   Suspicious Neighbor.���������A    big   one  with black tuil feathers?  Sonnie.���������Dunno. ' Mother didn't  coolt the fcaihors.  Old Gentleman.���������Well, my little  man, how old are you.  Tommy Ruffian.���������My ago varies, sir.  When I'm railway travelling I'm under  twelve, but when I go to fetch the  beer I'm ovtv fourteen."*  What Ails Youl  Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent head-  nohes, coated tongue,. bitter* or bad U������tc in .morning,  ' "heart-burn," belching of fjaa, asid risings'in throat after  stating, storo.-oh gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells,  poor or variable appetite, nsutca at timet and kindred  ���������ymptomB P  If you have auy considerable number of th*  above symptoms yon are Buffering trom bilious*.  ness������ torpid liver with indi_|c������tioo, or dyspepsia.  Dr. Fieroe'N Golden Medical Discovery is mado  up of the most valuable medicinal principles  known to medical science for tbe permanent  ���������jure of suoh Abnormal conditions-. It is a most  efficient liver iurigorator, stomach tonic, bowul  regulator and nerve strenfUiener.  The "Golden Medical Discovery" U not a patent medicine er secret nostrum,  a full list of its ingredients, bcind printed on its bottle-wropper and attested  under oath. A *_lmice st these wilt eliow tbat it contains no alcohol, or horn*  ful habit-forminiii dru^s. It is a fluid extract made with .pure, triple-refined  glycerine, of proper strength, from tho roots of native American medical,  forest plunts,    World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Buffalo, N. V,  Self-Loading Shotgun  12 GAUGE,  MODEL 1911  This  new  Winchester  has  all  the  jfood  points  of other recoil operated shotguns and many distinctive features and improvements beeideB.    Amonjj them are  Nickel steel construction, which grivessurpassing strength and_,  safety; and a reloading system tbat will  handle all safe loads without readjustment.  I.tll tnt tVtr *t ytltf Jtoltr's ������r f.tnj.l. tttr ll'liichttltr Rtpt.t-  iut Att.-is (it,. i\tw Havtn, Uittn,, Itr a itii-nttivt art-alar.  XT WORKS 'WHIT,- WI'MAJJilOADS.  THE TRIUMPH OF COAL OIL!!  A Drllll-tnt While Llfjht like tbe Oacollne HfllU but ob<  t.ilned from the che.ipeat quality of Coal Oil,  ABSOLUTELY   NO   DANGER  Slcintl .mil Hanoi no Lnmpo for'Indoor and Outdoor xiaa  from   100 to   1600 Cnndlepower.  Write  for  Particular*.  THE CANADIAN BLANCHARD LAMP CO,,  H10 Scnrttv St., Regina, 8n������k.  I  i}  "I!  4  f%WWImW-k?pk}^^  iLiicn  uay   pegun,  In haste the sun  ��������� His golden rays ;  iWt  But when he sleeps,  No watch he keeps-  He knows there's  EDDY'S MATCHES THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. C.  d  AFTER  SUFFERING  JEMS  Cored by Lydia E. Pink-  hamTsVegetableCompound  Fox Creek, N.B.���������" I  had pains ln tbe loins  have always  aud a wcalc*  thero, und  often after my  meals m y food  would dlstro me  and causo sore,  ness. Lydia li.*  Pinkham's VoROla-'  bio Compound has  done mo much  good. I am stronger, digestion ia'better, and I can walk  with ambition. I  havo,. encouraged  many mothers of  families to tako it, as it is tho host remedy in the work}. You can publish this  In the papers." ��������� Mrs. Wir.MAM  Bouijque, Pox Creek, N.B., Canada.  The above is only ono of the thou-  Mnds of grateful letters which are  constantly being received by tho  Pinkham Medicino Company of Lynn.  M������B3.,whichprove beyond a doubt that  Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots'and herbs,  actually does cure these obstinate diseases of women after all other means  have failed, and tbat every such suffering woman owes It to herself to at  least give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial before submit*  ting to an operation, or giving up  hopo of recovery.  Mrs., Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass.,  Invites all sick women to write  ber for advice. She has guided  thousands to health and her  ������dviec is free.  Daring Ar.imal Operations  Tho Krcat feat just performed by  ProrpHsor Wooldridgp ar. tho Zoo in  the setting of fractured Jawn of tbo'  famous nlne-yards-long python, is a  reminder' of tho rjuwrkablo progress  made la operating upon animals.  ' There are now unite u number of  pot dogy and cats with artificial oyes  and lefcs; and a short timo apo, a cat  having swallowed a small hatpin, was  placed under-th/.- X-rayc* und, tho pin  .hai'lug been located, was soon skilfully, drawn. Professor Gar, u few-  yeara uro removed the kidney of- u  doc and sowed It lu tho same animal's  neck: and later ho Bowed the, kidney  of r doff In the body of another canine,  Tho experiment waa yulto siicconsful.  Perhapa the ,-ti'catest dontal operation ou record was performed upon an  olephant in tho city of Mexico. The  aching toot-.was twelve in. long  SHUTI  -/Company  "LIMITED  COCKSHUTT PLOWS  Meet with the approval of every Farmer who has  investigated the plowing question THOROUGHLY.  CRICULTURM  IMPLEMENTS  11 Inches In diameter ut tho root. After the auiir.nl hnd been aecurely fastened with chains, the mouth was pried  open, nnd a (-uantlty of cocaine applied  lo deaden tho pnin. When thia was  dono ix hole was bored through the  tooth, and nn Iron bar inserted. Then  a ropn was twisted around tho bar, and  four horses woro attached thereto to  drag 'tho offending molar out.  A. number of scientists in Cuba have  organized a,"bureau of homlciilture,"  wiih tha- object , or, increasing the  length of human life.  ship it-to the flax mills at Winnipeg.  He knew it was not fit i'or seed. -'Ye*1',  the demand for Has seed was so great  thnt tlie price went upto S". a bushel���������  no, cleaning, .uo,.dockage. Many a settler, Ignorant of tho nature of weeds,'  Ignorant of tho curse he was taking  to his farm, bought this flax (?) took  It home and sowed it. $ho majority  of such new homesteaders never grew  flax in their lives. We pity I hose new  and"! PC*! tiers.   Thoy have un wittingly ruin-  He Recited  The fresh man, who was a lanky  youth, sat, in the rear seat. His altitude' was sprawling, nnd lie was cither asleep or seemed about to. go to  sleep.  "Mr. Frapev." said .the' physicist,  sharply "you may recite.*'  FniHcr opened his eyes;, he did. not  change* his somnolent pose,  "Mr. Frascr, what is work.?"  "Nvorythlng  ls  work."  ���������What!    Everything is work?"  "Ytfs. elr."  ��������� "Then I take It that you would liko  (lie class' to believe that this desk is  work?"  "Ves, sir/  wearily; "woodwork.''  Friend���������"What wore your sensations in the wreck?" Victim���������-"Just  th c samo as in football. Three coaches parsed uvqr nic, and then the doctor came."  Horrible Mention  It was aftor tho distribution of prizes at a Sunday School.  "Well, did you get a prize?' asked  Johnny's  motlier.  "No," answered Johnny, "but I got  "horrlblb mention."  "I spent a lot of money on that gal  of mine to bare "ber .learn her.pyro-  graphy, as she sailed .it." "Did she  get on well, wltb it?" "Can't mako a  pie what a wuth puttiu' in yer mouth."  TRTIUMMEEYEREIEDV  GRANULATED EYEUD5 1  MorbwDoem'tSsoayt-SootheiEyePaia  ���������nut* Wi Mama trn tamah. UtaU. Ua, Mt. tl������  ���������Carta* Br* Sato, to AitaxAia Tab*** 2S������, SUM  ���������YE BOOKS AN������ ADVICE FREE BY UAUi  MutiiMsSyvItomaciyCosvChlosvgo  HAD BAD SORE FOUR YEARS  Percy (after the proposal)���������Have  you ever loved before?  Kdlth���������No, Percy! 1 have often admired men���������for tlieir strength, courngo  beauty, intelligence, or something like  that, you know; but with you, Percy,  it 13 all lovo, nothing else.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  'Tvo lost tho baby," shrieked the  niiruo girl.  "Heavens! Why don't you hurry  out arid Bpeak to the policeman?"'  "It's no uho mum. That's what I  was doin' when f lost the baby." ,  Willie.���������"Pa."  Pa���������"Ycb,"  . Wllllo���������"Teacher says we're   hero  to help others."    '���������.���������<������������������,��������� ���������������������������*���������  Pn���������-"Of ��������� cburao wo arc."  Wllllo.���������"Well, what aro- tlio  horo for?"  others  Zam-Buk Was Heated It!  Mrs. Wilson,-110 WIckson - Ave  Toronto, says: "About four years ago  ji'sore "Spot appeared on the right side  of my face. This spot Increased in  size until it became about a half an  inch in* diameter and very painful. 1  went to a doctor but the ointment lie  gave- me did not have-any good effect.  Tlie sore continued to discharge freely,  and was most painful. I had it cauterized, tried poultices and all kinds  of salves, but it wns no Rood, and' I  xi(uiiinucd_,to__snffer_from~IUf or���������four-  years!  - "A sample oL am-Buk was one day  given to me. and, I used it. Although  the quantity was so small it. seemed  tn do me some good, so I .purchased  ix further.supply.  "Each box did me more and  moro good, and, to my delight, before  I had been using Zam-lluk throe weeks  saw that it was going to heal the  sore. In less than a month il was  healed!  '���������[ know a lady in the east of tho  city, whose husband suffered for years  wllh an open sore on his leg. On my  recommendation Zam-Buk was (ried in  that case. The other day, when I saw  lier, she told me that It had healed the  sort*, completely.  "ily daughter, who lives in  Lethbrldge, Alta., has also used Zuin-  Rtilc with the same satisfactory result.  I think It is, beyond all doubt, the finest healing halm known." ,  Such: is the opinion of all persons  who huvo,really, tried Zam-Buk. it is  a mire "euro for eczema, piles, absces--  soH,. riilcorn, sculp 801*08, ringworm,  cuts, burns, scald's, bruises, and all  skin injuries and diactiBOH. ��������� fine,  box, all, druggists and stores, or post  free Trom Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, ror  price. In case of Hkln disease use  also Zam-Buk Soap, 25c. tablet.  s*d theso fields sown to f.ax and weeds  What nro we going to do about it?  Nc*;.hlng more than common I on It a*  wo arc doing now. What Irf (lie Gov-  eminent, going to do about it? Does  the Noxious Weed Act of S*u*kntc.shc-  wan cover sneli' a .transaction.? Now  !,������ the time for action by tho tloverr.-  ment before our \ Irgin fields becouu*  polluted, Most drastic, measures  should l*o taktiii to prevent the siilo  of weed seeds ln any form for any  purpose. Wo believe that the day  will como that tho farmers who'persist in growing weeds, and thus be*  eomo a nionuce lo 1 hoi.r neighbors .who  o.re fighting to keep their fields clean,  wll.be compelled to keep their weed  sods af home. If farmers wlio aro-con-  te.n to i t ii e*c- a crop of weeds wttih I heir  grain wero compelled lo clean thpiv  grain, witli a fanning-, mill, or use th'o  'Economy Grain Cleaner,on threshing  mills, so that tho dl.il would be left  on tlieir own farms, Ihey would soon  change their methods cX fariir:,ng.  They would realized tlmt it did nol  pay to grow weeds.  A Motor From the North  A caterpillar'"motor car, the first of  its kind eveV "designed and built for  use in Alaska 'and t'no frozen north ia  built from the body of a motor car to  lhe order of Charles Dankcrt of  Dandle, Alaska. Dankcrt, who lias  spent twenty years ln the north, plans  to run an' automobile freight over the  snow into Candle thia winter,  Page.���������Please sir, I want to give  notice to leave.  * Old  Gent.���������Tut,  tut!   What's  matter with you boys?    That  mnke four of you I.liave had In  months?  Page���������Well, sir, when   you  pages you must expect leaves.  the  will  two  have  SAVED HERSELF  YEARS OF PAIN  Opening Up New District  . A Canadian Pacific Hallway official  who has just returned from a trip to  the Pacific Coast. states that there  will bo undoubtedly a big rush ot  citlers to, the Windermere Valley uext'  year. This distriot is being rapidly  opened up. Tho Canadian Pacific, it  is slated, will have forty miles of road  into the valley lu Operation next year,  and with these transportation facilities at their command, now settlers  will find tlie district a good one iu  which to .settle. The land of thu Windermere Valley is singularly free from  rock, and is composed of rich fertile  soil, with sufficient timber for the  construction of buildings and for domestic purposes. Water for irrlga-  ion purposes is plentiful and easily obtained and the climate of the valley  ls remarkably free from extremes of  beat aud cold.  IF  SHE. HAD  USED    DODD'S  NEY PILLS FIRST.  KID-  AS GOOD AS A DOCTOR IN THE  HOUSE.  Baby's Own Tablets should be kept  in every homo where there aro little  ones. Tliey arc as good as a, doctor;  arc absolutely safe and can always be  relied upon to drive away any malady  arising from dernngemenls of tbe  stomach or bowels. Concerning them  Mrs.'O. A. Wheeler, Northlands, Sask.,.  says: "1 have found Baby s' Own Tablets an invaluable medicine. I'lite  twenty miles from town and doctor,  so am glad to have' so reliable a medicine at band. 1 consider tbe Tablets  are a real necessity in the home and  shall never be without them. ' They  have kept my baby well and * have  made him a, bonnic baby." The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams'.Medicine Co., Brockville,  iOnt.    '.  Miss Biightlle.���������Oh, Mr. Search,  there's a young lady bore tciiight-I  know-y"oir'wiii-Tiker~.'Ivn*7"Sea1rcli;^"r  feel extremely flattered to find that  you have made such a close study of  my tastes. Ploaso describe her. Miss  Brightlle���������She's worth a million.  "I never yet saw the man who talked like tbe. hor of a story,", said Mrs.  Browcliei".  "Well," replied her husband, "I never saw a woman tha't looked Uko the  pictures in a fashion magazine.''  Mrs. McRea suffered for over two  years, then two boxes of Dodd's  Kidney Pills made a new woman  of her.    -  Previl. Gaspc., Co., Que.���������(Special)  ���������That sbo might liave escaped two  years and seven months of suffering  had she tried Dodd s Kidney Pills' In  the lirst place is tlie firm conviction  of Mrs. John McHea, an old and respected resident of tills place. ��������� And  this is the reason she gives for believing so:  'Tor two years'and sovon months 1  was a sufferer from Kidney Disease  brought on by a strain and a cold,  ily eyes were puffed and swollen,-my  muscles cramped and I suffered from  neuralgia and Rheumatism, ily back  ached and 1 had pains in my joints.  "For two years I was under the doctor's care, but be never seemed' to do  mo any lasting good. Two boxes of  Dodd's Kidney Pills made a new woman of me."  To save yorsclf suffering cure your  Kidneys at tho lirst sign of trouble.  Dodd's Kidney Pills are the one sure  cure.  A   Pleasant   Purgative.���������Parmelee's  .'ogctablo Pills are so compounded as  o operate ou both the stomach   and  ho bowels, so that they act along the  .vholo alimentary and excretory pass-  ,ge.  .They are not drastic hi    their  vork, but  mildly purgative, and the  leasure of taking thorn is "only equaled by tlie qualifying effect tliey pro-  nee.   Compounded truly of vegetable  uhstances  the  curative  qualities  of  .vlilch  were fully tested, they afford  elicf without chance c' Injury,  Improved Cars for Shipping Horses  Tho fifty new horse cars which  were recently put inlo operation by  the Canadian Pacific Railway have become very" popular with shippers ot  horses. The other'day at the Woodbine races ia Toronto an owner of a  big Southern stable wanted to buy one  of tho cars 'outright from the Canadian Pacific. In moving about, from  track to track his horses had to cover  a largo amount of railway milengc  and lie thought that the 0. P. It.'s  cars were the safest and best in whicli  to ship them.  The cars are built with adaptable  sl-alls and collapsable feed * troughs  and are an improvement ou tho ordinary cars used for shipping horses.  ��������� Rounder���������"Wonder  is what wc make it,"  '.Til warrant, it wus  could make it before  who said, 'home  Mrs. Rounder.���������  some man who  3 a.m."  , Warts are unsighrly blemishes,.and  corns are painful growths. Hollo-  way's-corn-Ciire~will~removo~theiu-*^,_  Flrst Typewriter Girl.���������"She's a  pretty quick operator, isn't slie?"  Second Typewriter Girl.���������"Quick? I  should say she was. She hadn't been  on her job two weeks berore she was  engaged to hor boss.  "What a poor young man needs la  a' thrifty, oiKmomiciil wife.". /;Ybu talk  like an animated home journal, "What  a poor man really noedo, Is u rich, liberal wife."  .  Eczema 25 Years  Cured by "Cuticura"  WEEDS���������A WARNING  Tlio following  "Wtoiitfpog Free  self.       ���������  Tito NcrUient  was found guMy  clipping    from  Prosa" csplulne  the  It-  quickly dlop.s coudhain cures colds, heals  tlie throat ssnd lusuf-i -     23 cent*.  Mistress���������lias master Willie eomo  n yet?  .Servant���������I think so, 'tn. 1 haven't  eon hini, but the cat's hidden.  "Doctor," sho asked in pleading  lotion, "do you think it will he necessary for iim to havo an operation?"  "Oh, I hardly think so," he replied.  "Thero! I told my husband it. would  not bo any uso coming to you, My  next door neighbor lia-i a doctor that  prescribed three operations for  during tho past, year.."  hor  We beliovc? MINARD'S LINIMKNT  tho bcin:   ;  Mat him* Foley, Oil City, Out. '  .���������.,,i,.MV.  Norway,  Mo..  harlpH Whooten, Mulgravo, N. S.  .ev, H. 0, Armstrong. Mulgrave, N'.S,  .Morro Landers, .."senior, Pokoiiioiiclio,  ,. N.'i),,."     ,       ...���������,. ...". ,:.  ''nomas Waeson, Slrefllehl,' N. U.  Mmi>, j, n.  "tJHSJid  iTpntrisal  teg like Raw Beth from Knee Down  "1 hivo boon trcatod by doctors for  twonty-flvo years for abndcaso of oczsvTm  on my Icff. Tliojr did tholr Ixint, but fulioii  lo curo It. My own dootor had advised mo  to have my Us cut off, but I nald I would  try the Cutloura Romudlca first, 'ito nald,  they will da uuy Bood.' "At tVili"tlmo'my  ,   kg     ������|W*     PW*.'0J     llllm)     Hill     iiiHIU    mtlll'lt,     j.'tf  foot wm llkfl a pln<*'* of raw flesh and I  bid to walk on crutches.  "I bought ft ������������tsj of Cuticura floap, tx hot  nf Ciitloiiro Olntmont and a bottlo of Cut Imn  Ilcjolvcnt. After tbo lUet two treatments  thsj ���������wolllti*. went down and In tuo montlia'  sums oi Uie Cuuuu:* JU*.'.ii..cuki*> iuj s.k ������u  cured Md the new ikln crown on. Tho doctor  could not bell������vd Ids own tiytcn vtbtrx lio jaw  that Outioura had cured mo and said that ha  ���������woula un������ Outicuro for hjsj own patients.  Jlut for tlio Cuticura lUinnitlca 1 might liuye.  lost my Jlfo. 1 am truly nraterul for tho  wonderful cure thatriutleiinwrouflit and  i' \ highly UMtirn  ���������'���������     trouble*.  1 aywayVrocommend It most IhrIi  nnd economical euro  (Wined) Mrna " " "  tit., Montreal.   (  For mow thnn i������ RitwfttMfln fnl Iriirf, Roup  s������iij Ointment hnvo. affordMl tb* niv-Nlk"*.  end Ointment lmvo affordwl tb* nn  am mont economical treatment for in  sjtcalp humors. Bold tiy dniirgliits ond  tveirjrwhefs**,  Por a liberal Kumt'l** <*>'  i)i>f'e<  I'll |il  with* iw-p. book, Buis.i ���������  Corp.! <U Ooluai&iu Ave,  ..  and  ���������ieilers  t each,  amid to Potter V. A 0.  Uoaton, U. m. K,  W.N.U. No. 869.  Elevator Compatiy  in the provincial police court of aellimig to William ltob-  oi-Ib, of Wanm Manlitoba, a ton of  ������oroonfaifr,B which comtalnod a largo  poreenitago of noxloun weed needfi';  SiunplPH taken from the Blilpmpint  were found to contain largo (|iinntltle������  of Prnneh weed, wild omtii, wild miidt-  aid, bal. immtard, and other nof-luiiH  weed Modi', iigaliiipit whlchMio ngrloul-  tural RodiUt'a nro putting up a ntien-  uons fight.     "   ,-.r.  Tho comiiauy was dofendod by .Tiiin-  os KlHber, iiimI at the I'eijuw'.t o,f W.  II, Hat't.'ufa fw* tbo crown ,\viim aaltcil  to pay llm iiilsiilmiim fliiw o,f $jjr������ and  cfis'.H. Mr. I'Mebcr liletl to oxcuho Iho  cempauy r,:i a tivchiileal polmt of law.  lie malnUiIiieil that the Htatiite rond  that ll wuh nil offniao to offyr iuu*-  loun wct'd soeila fer Kttk*. Tlie Northern ISIevntor Company, ho widd, luul  tiotcffcred tin** alilpniwut for. nail*, but  hini unit It at tbe reomiat of tho pur-  t'luuier who wluhod lo use It for feed.  Iin raid H waa tho habit o,f tlio com-  pitaiy to dwitroy iiorr-cnJajjifl.  . Jlagl&tnitc McMlcke.il could not we  the logic if tin* arftiiinciiit., and 'ho d  thfit IT a I'li'lci* hiwl been flxoil tlu'ti*  wan nn Indication thnt tho uhipment  v.T." l'c':ig iffrrcd fer :���������:*.!.-.  Uobert 0. O'Malley, provincial iinv-  idiiH wfc.il liiHiicctor, who Jul (I the  charge. 4:n!d lio luul received wurd  from Warren of the nhlpmeiv!. being In  the C. N. U. iilnfloil fiero hi aiicltr.,  Ho went l'hero and fmuul u Ion cf (lie  Muff and tnnk p.'itnnlr-Fi which In* pro-  diuicd in court. Tbo offcciso ncciii-  red on June 7���������" ,  Tb tlm Nnrtlicnt ICInvntor Coniprmy  tho only cu'prlt In Munilobii? Arc  Uiero any guilty parllrw tn HiiHkatchoh-  wan?    We v/er.*> nil vised Ia������t niontli  that tliu iiiiiiiHger of an clovator lu  SriBkatchcWii!) had about 1,000 btujltc!*.i  cf flax. It wna very dirty wllh wetxl  itmIm. The fnriiier who i'a'y."d It In  lllld vmux not awarn win u be piiiclni'i-  ed it be teed Ihat It v;*ih polhiU'd wltb  a dozui or moro of tho woml iiovlour.  wi>p<1h, The milliliter of Hie ol<-nifor  kne-w wbtt ho wa������ biiyiiiK, docknl it  hoavlly. some LTs per c<:nt., and paid  {about 91.50 for the flax, Intoinllnu to]  Two seedy looking cluipa met,  "Hollo, lllll! What'H now?' Bald one,  Vou look plnyou out."  "Nothing new, .lack���������nothing but  work,.work, work, work from morning  till night."  "That bo, 1)111? Uow long have you  had this job?"  ';"[' Blurt tomorrow,'' iinswcrcul tlio  weary one.  promise  '  "So?"  "Ilo never mnke-- any  | may not bo ablo to keep.  when lie borrows money from you he  never tells you when he'll pay il back."  'No,  COULD NOTWALK  FROM|������EUMATISM  GIN PILLS STOPPED THE PAIN  Never Fall  "Do you think women would im-  prove polltiCHV"  "Well" replied Mr. (Iroweber, "nfter  llKtcnliK*; to - thu convention on tlio  fiont porch, III nny thin for tlicm:  If ever they i.tait un invoHtlgnUoii  they'll find out Homethlng."  Giving Him the Hook  'Von will cxeiun    me,    mndniiie,*'  Kiild Iltllo HUnkft to Iho fulr'lady at  Iho reception, " hut really  I don't  catch your nauu;." ,  "How funnv," until tho lady, "It'r.  I*lnh."-  HFi UNIVBRSI'TY S'l'., MONTIIEATj.  "Jlist a word of praise for GIN  riLIsS. Aboii't* lif toon moutliH uro, I  could nptyvalk aoriisH iny roopi, ������uf-  forlng severely with Itheumatlsih, f  took OIN,PILLS and became.'...'{julle  well. 'Two ��������� months ��������� uro, I had ltheii-  matlo l'alns with Nournlu'Ia and Dlur-,  rhoea. I resorted to (Jin PIIIh iikuIii  for one wook and became* fltilto woll."  SAM [JUL LONGMOUK.  Horo Is our Btraljrht Riiartinteo, Riven with every box of OIN PILLS. We  know that Oln Pills w'll positively  cure UheumntUun. Sciatica and Lum-  baK0-~us well as I'tilu In tho Hack, Ir-  rltfitod Dladdoi* and weak, olrnined  Kidneys. Wo pledge ourfiolvcH���������the  lai'BOHt wliolcsal.i (Irutf hoiiHO Jn the  HiUIhIi .Kinplre-r-to promptly ' return  your monoy nhoiibl Oln Pills fall to  lilvo mitlufuollor. fiOe, a box, G Tor  $:!,50. Humph) free' if you write National lU'tii; & (Jlii-inlciil Co, of Canadu,  Limited.   l>r*pt..\. U., Toronto.       00  Tho origlnci  Oln Pills made by  National Drugano  Chemical Co. o-  Canada Limited,  Toronto, aro loh  onlv In this bo*  A Thorough Pill���������To clear the stomach and bowels of impurities and ir-  rituuts is necessary when their action is irregular. The pills that will  do this work thoroughly arc Parme-  lee>-Vegetable Pills, which are mild  in action hut mighty in results. Tliey  purRo painlessly and effectively, and  work, a'permanent cure. They can  J)0_jtsed_wUhoiLt_touUjy_ibe.moau_de:.  "licafoly constituted, as there arc no  painful effect.** prcceedinj. lheir  gentle operation.  Lady���������And you  parrot talks ciulic  Dealer���������Rather.,  sold him because  word iu .edgeways,  Life is just one  The first thing Is  and. .the "after" a  Ruarantec that the  a lot.  Ills last mistress  she couldn't get a  thins after another,  generally :i woman,  man.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  ALFALFA MANAGEMENT  This notiee is to advise tlie Trad*  that tlie Foil William and Port Arthur Grain Exchange bin- been forme"?  to promote the handling of Western  Grain at the" Head of tho Lakes.  Full particulars- as to membership,'  etc., addrcsu  THE SECRETARY  Fort William and Port Arthur Grain  Exchange, Fort William.  GRAIN '  Consign your grain to us.   The actual grain you ship gets our personal  attention.   Wo sell on sample and get  high prices.    Write us.  N. M. l'ATEBSON & CO.,  Fort William  .GRAIN  Ship your g'-ain    to    E. R.  WAY-  LAND,'Grain llroker, Fort William.  Highest prices.    References:  Dominion Hank, Fort William.1  $2;  DAY SALARY AND UP���������ALSO  COMMISSION���������for local representatives; either sex; sure money  maker; rapid advancement-, experience unnecessary; spare time accepted; elaborate outfit free; postage  twenty cents. Nichols, Limited, Publishers, Toronto.  AGENTS WANTED  Canvassing agents wanted for all  points in Canada for Thn Coles All  Metal Weather Strip for Doors. Tho  only Strip whicli does the work; Sells  on sight. Ornament to any door. Indestructible. Saves its ' cost many  times annually. Adds to homo comfort. Exclusive territory. Livo men  average from ���������?���������! to $li daily. For particulars write to Coles, OS Lombard  St.. Toronto.  CANADA'S     GREATEST      SCHOOL  M/MT/PEG  ESTABLISHED 1892.  Awarded first prize at World's  pooMlon on its work and methods.  Write for a free cataloguo.   Wo also  glvo Instruction by mall.  A B SORBIN  StUNdoi-������lnfl������nied,iwoUs>niloliiUl,  **������������������-������������������"-*   ��������� ���������������. CuroIJsjlu,  ''I.toi* or fcuy  iltlyf flea sunt  r, undor  l!niKga,---"Ymi novor know what you  cnn do till you try," Wukk'���������������"TIiiiI'h  wrmiR. You never know what ymi cau  In till you nuccccd,*   HrngKH���������"Well,  j.^1 .."I'*'    .������*.������..*.    Ut.Hi.1, H.if,^.,       ,   ;wt,S  thf-n you've wvonc.   Yon ur-vei* know  what you fan do when you ������������������ueccrd.  You only know what you huvo been  ble to do."   ���������  The Queer Araan Tree.  Anionix tho meat remarkable treei*  of tlio world   i.x the   ui'"tan,   which  abound'- in southern Morrocco, but la  .v. iiluiii   .vecs   t u-t��������� i'i isi 11.      A    "lumai  ot nvo.nnr. b*v- i'i citrl'iuvi "('Ottered ap-  poarance, hnf-annc the trees grow singly and far apart. They aro very leafy,  allium exceed '.to f-nt in height, The  brnncbeH Hboot out lioii/.iinlallj. and  iK'Kin a yard above the ground. Hhocp,  fnlltn   .>in|   r'.mnl,    f'"*.|   <>���������"   ������'"*   )"���������""���������  nnd goatii will Htulid on their hind  Iorh to reach tlieiu,, biit Iioibch and  inuleH refuso lo touch them. The  wood la very hard and extremely ukc-  ful to the nullvc!). who niulif char coal  from It.. The fruit, rescmbllm. a largf  olive, Ih used to feed cattle and hIko  f'ir������il.*hcA the prliiclpl) i-.iiiitiiuu.ct  many of the poorer native'-,  VI  Any well drained noil, neither acid  nor strongly alkaline, and eoiilalulng  a fair auppi'y of organic matter, will  grow alfalfa. Any land whicli will  produce a good yield of corn will bo  found ldou.1. Ground upon which water -stands isvnot desirable, ' Only noiiu  whicli have been cropped for a long  term of years are likely to ho acid.  Whom this condition exists;it can bo  cropped by liming. , Alfalfa will grow  on ruther poor laud, but will always  succeed better on the richer lnnd*.  Tli'U'u nhouid bo sufficient plant food  to give the plants a go.od .oUirl. Tlieso  are the ideas advanced by C, W. Pug-  sley'ln Bulletin 120 of tho Nebraska  experiment station at Lincoln, lie  advlBPs fiirmcrs to purchase thfllrsood  from the north or from tho dry lauds  of'tlio northwest, rather than from tlie  south. It Is also recommended that  no soeil be used, by Nebraska 'farmers  which has not. been tinted for purity  and for germination by the government seed laboratory located at Lincoln.   Thia test will bo mado free.  In Nebraska It is customary, to use  about, till, pounds of seed per acre. If  the Bced is good and if the laud Is  properly prepared, tlila ls moro aend  than la mooum-nry. It takes moro Heed  for brondcuatlug than for ���������drilling, j  Some excellent Ktniidit have been obtained by iihIii"' as low as 10 poundH  of Bced to the acre, but In these lu-  Htnnccn conditions wero Ideal. In the  custom part, of Nebraska from Iii to  20 pounds aliould be need; In the dilm'  regloiiH from 10 to lfi pounds whoro  hay la dOHlrcd, and a Ichh amoiiiil  where it Ir to be used for producing  seed.  Where tlio Reed la bioadcaateil the  bent roHiiltH nm obtained whero the  land l������ disced ln such a jjinunor that  tlie- ground l������ left rough prc'vioiis to  tbe noedlnff and then crosB-luirrowpi!  lo cover ihe seeds. Probably the bent  met bod In most places iri to drill, Ord  Inarlly the i-ccd Hhould be placed about  one Inch deep. Lain t'tiiniucr needing  Is recommended for section of lhe  ���������date whero there In plenty of moist-  ure lo give llio plants a coed start al  tiiat Koaiuui of.llio year.  Af������������'������'  lif-   i.lifili.i   li, <.olmllllbl,t..l,  ills..'.  lug of tlm field is HouietlniCH pructlc-  cd. Thla apparently thicken9, the  stand because the dink i-iiu ilit* crowns  of the iiKnlfa plantn and camm Ihcni  Ir, llirow out mine Hhoolt'.   Tlio bene*  )ii. ia liiiiji   IHur.i-.iui    ii.i   t>l������i;..   ,.  ;������i-.n  or I wo. Reportii from tbosie wim have  dlHliml Indleisk- thai If'tbe pnidlco Jti  conllniicd llm pIiiiiIm are ummlly weakened, and ihe plant IcHiuiH'd tlituiiKli  root-rol. The m-ai of tho hi������i*c!uI ul-  nlfa disc which Iiiih -spHu?**- ln*-Uitd of  blaib'H hi probably bcticllebi*. Thcuo  splkca do not cut the crowns, and a  eittyi  . wiiL., ._..  anaaitu or remoTO tuojalr, ts,  w.r.  ..    Jioc -  elni, Uoltro, Wont  " :iwai  oat  if/on "STrUo. Uanufaqtu'riMi only by,  Jfii.Vt.  DralcM. itoni p  .ttnn. I'ft.os tl.i)0  _   _. _.    n������r is  tKioi-dollrsviiii. mil  . lfron wrtto. ilanutac  a������."?.,l57lymansDIil_., Menirc-'  lUUIs   VfTUrs,"������  ,% Bii������in������,  n and inBaiuir.ti������  i'.*r.P'itHo ai dealer*  itopi Pain and  toll you  sUsafiinitshfl liy Htrtlii liulu ������ Wynist Os>., TVIi/ilpsf |  ThtSutUniil !lrii|{������ii.l Uhi*mlal du Wliinl|J������(ftItlstrj.  m*lU*ui*w>ti Uni, Uo, Ltd.. Vanooum.  Well, Well!  THIS !>������ HOME DYE  k1h������������t ANYONE  USB  fp^  I dyed ALL *hett  >W/FERENT KINDS  of Goods  rnlih the SAME t>V������'  I used  DYOLA  K  viikssvii,      **���������**���������+ liiitwwl  OLEAN nnd SIMPLE to Us*.  no (litis.* <������t isiimihs) warss-c nu* r<xits* cmmI*  n... htttmlfil .*,   All...It'.* ti.'if ������,.*,f IS.������(;l.llS ������-*  D.ii.r. ���������>*w:s;<:,>i,.r<:.Msr���������i mdkv l������o..UlSl������,  11.* li.liiisi.ii.lll.liiiJsuii Un., IJii.lli.l, sV|uulr������������la  'Sir." }.ald the n^oiilMH.d l-iiulbuly  a a traveller, who bnd Hint IiIh cup  crwurd for the **ev<.)jth lime, "you  'iriit be very fond of coffee."  "Wp, madam, I am," he replied, 'or  should never have drunk to mncli  water to tet ��������� Mttle."  CHEW,  DIXIE TOBACCO  field Ki'tw all of the benefit of the cuU  tlvatlon, and weed'- uio kllUd.     In  Wcntcni NeliriiKka dlnclnj; with a i;plki������  tooth disv. U prolKibly **ti(HU*ln1iy do-  nl ruble aM It U-ndv in keep tbe Htufaco  of the noil In Kond condition ntid do*  ������.ti's-sj-*i  r*!'.*i'������>li'i[iiif'i' ������*pi.ri������     IVIwr-** nit  old Held of iiH'ilf'i is to I.i* ploWid up  In a yenr or two. It tr- often of nn ad-  vat*!!!**.!' to d'f.' wiih tin ordlenry ittso  Tbo Injured pluntit throw oiit many  libofsts in ati effoit to prr-.luci* t, '.',tnm  i|iinntlly cf ������eed, mid in thlt* way th*  ylold of buy ii <-ulU* nut",dully  lij.  fitt-mifit.   The t\{������.c m."4' Is'- mul <*arljr  In the ri'ilii!" or follow'jik any cultlafis THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,. BKTTISH   COLUMBIA  Tie Ouitoland Hews   i  issued Every   Tuesday by the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  This papor will not hold itself  responsible for the opinions of oth-  osrs, as may appear in its columns  Crom time to th^.       1  WEDNESDAY, Doc. 27.   19U,  NOTICK is hereby given thnt, on the  first duy of December next, application  will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for renewal of the ho  lei license to sell liquor by retail in tbe  botel'known as the Hotel Heriot, situate  ar Heriot,Bay, in the Province of British Columbia.  H. A. lieu..  Dated 251b, <] iy of October, 1911.  NOTICE.  In the Snpromo Court of British  Columbia.  In iho matter   of tho   Estate   of  lTonry Brooke, deceased, and  In the matter of tho "Ollhial Ad-  mi pistra'or's Act."'  NOTICE is   Iiereby  given   that  wier an order   granted   by Hia  Honour C. M.   Barker  dated  the  15th December, 1011, I,   tho nn-  ders-igued was appointed  Administrator of all and lingular the estate of Henry Brooks.  AU     parties    having    claims  against the osiate of tho   said  do-  ceasod nre   reqiKsted   to   furnish  particulars of the same on or  be-  f.ire tho 10th day of January, 19_2>  and all parties indebted to the wild  eitate aro requested   to  pay  such  indebtedness to mo f'-rthwith.  Geo. Thomson,  Official Administrator.  Dated at Nanaimo, B. C. this loth  dav of December, A, D. 1911.  *��������� *  TENDERS.  In the matter of  Henry   Brooks,  deceased.  TENDERS for tho purchase of  the South East part of  froclional  North East quarter of   Sec.   20,  ���������fro\vnslsip-9.-Qomox-District_,o.ou-_-  NOTIORiaheiohy aivou that at tic  noxt meeting ot the Boanl ot Lieeuse  Comuiis-.ieuora of tbo City ol Cumber,  land, 1 intend to apply foi a hotel li'  cense to soil liquors by retail iu and upon  ihe premises knowo as tbe King Georgo  hottl, eitunted un lot v, blouk 7, Cumber  liul Towunite.  VICTOR BONORA.  Dated Una 7th duy of Nov.. 1911  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  application will be made to the  Parliament of Canada at the next  Session thereof for the continu  ation of the Charter of theVAN-  COU V ER ISLAND AND EAST  ERN RAILWAY COMPANY  and for nn extension of lime for  the commencement of construction and completion of the said  lines of railway authorized to be  constructed by the Act of Par  liament of Canada passed in the  Session 7-8, Edward 7, chapter  1G7 intituled k,Aii Act to incorporate the Vancouver Island and  Eastern Railway Company,-' and  by the Act of the Parliament of  .Canad_i_in_jJi>_Sess^m of_ 9-10,  taining 20 acres, will be  received  Edward 7, chapter,  171   intituled  NOTICE is hereby given ihat on the  first day of December nc\t application  will be made to the Superintendent of  l'rovinci.il Police for a hotel liconsc 10  sell liquors by retail in nnd upon lhe  premises know 11 as the New Hotel Heriot, situated on Lot 42 Subdivision ol  Lots Northeast quarter of Lot 216 Heriot Bay, Saywatd District, Province of  British Columbii.  H. A. BUI.I-  Dated November *������2Qd, iqii.  by the undersigned np to the 20tl  day of January 1<)12.  Geo. Thomson,  Official Administrator.  Nanaimo. B. C,, Dec. loth, 1VJ11.  NOTICE in henby given ihut; HO days  ufttr dato I iuteud tu apply to tho llonoui-  uhlo tbo Miuistor of Lands- for 11 licciibe to  proi-poet for ceil and petroleum under the  lureslioro aud under ilie u n*or oh ths .lauds  iu and opposite tho fullnwing ' doxribed',  1-ands situate in Rupert Diuti ie1.;���������fVm-  mouoing at a post planted on tho sea beach  at hij.li water mark at tbo iutoi'8oetion of  S-Jtiond Maud I'i TowuBbip 2, Port Mo-  Nnill Hnport" District*, thenoo north 55'  clmiin mere or Ihsb to high water nvirk on  tlio north side of P.irt MoNoill 'Harbor-  thonco following the Bon bonoh tit Irrjh  wator mark around tlie head of tho Harbor  to pluoeof coriinu'iiooinoiit,  Fl'ANCUH M, ToitDivric,  li, Pries-, nf(Qnt.  D^ted thlt 1st day of Sop'embers 191L  V lOTOHlA ��������� LAND DISTRICT  District of Snywurd.  TAUKnotice tlmt George Henry West of Vaiu'ouvtM', H. C 00  c'tipiitifm Fit*h  Mei'chimt, intond**;  to apply  for permission  to pnr.  i*linn<*   the   following     described  Viiids:--~OoiniiH'iii'iiii_- at   a   post  planted nt, the N.  W.  corner of  Lot 11). 1,2811 fheuce Kast   along  l'ie survey Iiiii! *10 el mini-,  thence  North Hi) chains, tlienci-   West 40  chniii.*-,  thenee South  along tbe  luko shore 20 chains, and contaiti  ing 80 iii'i'i*:-'.  CiHOUGi: lll'.NKY Whst,  Applii'iint.  Dated November 2 l>t, UUl.  "An Act respecting the Vancouver Island and   Eastern  Railway  s>  Company,"  R. C.'Lowk,  Solicitor for Applicants.  N'OPCK is hereby |>irai that -jnd.iys  ilici (lite I uitciv! to npply to the Honor  ,'ibU* Minister of 1/nuls fori, license to  ruo*-i)('ci fur coal ami potiulcimi under tlm  f.uisliore iiiul umler the ".witer on the  lands in ..lid op-intuc thi* Imfow iii*^ ou-j  scribed lands situate in Rupeit District:  ������������������-ComimncinK a*, a post planted mi iho  sc.i bisirb at blub water mark at tlu* in-  tCrrt(.'tM������.l Is) !Mi illlll*. 14  ,iiis'i   ij,     i\>#,1,,-  ship "j, Port McNeill Kupcrt District;  tbence nurth 55 ebains'mniv or less to  hi^h w.������u*r mark on iV.e nonh side of Port  McNeill II ai bor; Ihence easterly islon**  sh*������re line to i.U'.'isciiioii of Sci lion-. _ *  and 24. Toivnibip ., tbiiu 11 miuiIh i'.y 6'i  r' . ������������������!), 'Hots* <>r ff.< ut Iniii nat* 1 in.uk  or. Miutli si*.his nf Pun Ms Ncill  il.iibor;  NOTICE  The Esqnimalt Si Nanaimo Rail-  way Company wiil apply to the  Parliament of Canada at its* nexi  Bastion for an Act empowering It to  lay out, construct, and operate a  railway from a point on the rail  way, the construction of which is  authorised by subsection "A" of  section 2 of Chapter ninety two of  tlie Statutes of Onnaili for the yoar  one thousand nine hundred and six,  aLor hear the nor'h fork of Oyster  river, thence in n generally north-  westerly direction to Hardy Bay on  the west const of Vancouver Island  nnd ir.crotising tbe company'-** bond  ingpo\vtrF,and for other purpo*es.  W. P. ��������� SsU-snuuv,  Secretary K. & N. Hallway Co.  F'ing'iO, Tip inpson & Huigess,  Oltnwa Agents.  Dated at Vancouver this first day of  Novtimbor, 1911,  Until further notice tlie Princess Uoytil will take the Nanniiuo-  Vancouver run, leaving Nanuitno  daily (except Sunday) 7.BO n, in.  The Suntlay boat to Vancouver,  ha* boon cancelled for tbe season,  and the Charmer is scbeilnlcd to  leave Niitinimo" for Vancouver on  \Vedn9s1l11y and Friday at 1 p, in,  and Saturday nt   5   p.   m,   The  Oliitrmi'i' hue been placed   on tbe  Comox run, leaving Xmiaimo on  Tin-days at 1 p. p  m., Tbursdnys  I ut !1 a. ui, und Saturday*** at 2 n, in.  FOIl SALK~CI������oicc    Dahlia  Bulbs,   Apply Mrs,   J,  Stewnrt,  tu'l'li Cottngii, Aiinn A'lV.i.iiv.  NOTIOK in horoby Kiven that nt tbe  next ini'sttiiiK of ilio Una nl of Li_*n������<i  Comm'^ii num ot tbo Ci y of Cumber  land, I Inieiid ti ������p)!y fnr a  ri*now������l of the hotsl beenio bill by me  f'U' ihe Nuv KnalaiiJIIolol, (���������i'nnts-J on  This  *  Interest You  This i s not a professor's lecture on  Astrology. It is merely an intimation to the public who use printing  of any kind���������Posters, Circulars, Billheads, Business or Visiting Cards,  Letterheads; Rnv^opes^St^tenieots,  Etc, Etc,���������that  ���������Stye (totttmrktth ������3>tU0  ^artami  NOTIOB 11 Ion by eiven thst at tha  next, meeting of the Hoard ut License Com-  missiojors of tbe City of Cuo.berbu il, I  ntend to app y for a, reuewal < t tb������ hi;t- .  ol license hold by mo for ihe .Cumborlanil -  Hottl,.situated on lot 1, blook (������, Cumberland Townsite. ���������  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.     .  Dated this 7th dny of Nov.. J911. ���������  ' l__v. , '  NOTICE ia hereby given thii at tho  next ni*.cling of the Boaid nf L'ojut,������  CommiBSioucru of tbo Oity of Cuinb r-  land, I intond to apj ly fur a reiitwul 11 Use  wholesalo liquor liounae beld l>y mOs 1 limited on lut 12, blook 0, Cumberl*nd  Townsite. '  \:JOHN iMAROCOUI    ���������  Dated this 7th day ot Nov., 1011.  NOTIOB  is hereby givon that, at iho  next ir.eet.ng ot tbe Board of Lico.BO O >m   ���������  missionors of the Oi.ty of C'umbjri������nd( I.  iislcxul to a .ply f������r a rono*al of tho'.but*  el license bold by mo        tbo   Wayorly .  llo'el, situated ou bit 2, block 8, GuralH-r  land Townsite.  FRANK Ds\LLOS  <-  Dated ibis 7tb day of Nov., 1911   . ���������'  NOTIOE is herehy g'.ven that at iba text  mco.ing ot the Doa.d-iif Lio*.nso CommU-  Biono:8 of tbo ti'.y of Cumberland, I intend to npply for a r.*no������vnl of iho whole- ���������  salo litpior liocnao held by m;, situ.ted  on lot 12, blook 7, Oumberlaud TowiiMto.*'1  FRANK. SCAVARD0.  Dated tliia 7th day of Nov., 1011-  , NOTICE i������ ber>by given that at tbb  next meetings f tho.lJoard ot Lic.'.nseCom '  mis-Hii.m.rs of iho City of Cumberland, we.,,,  intend to npply f^r a lencwal l{ tbe hotel lie- uro held by ua for iho Vei.dmno  Hotol, situated on lot 5 block 3, Cnmbei-  land Towi.site.  WILSON &'BR AM BER-?.  Dati'd this 7tb d iy of Nov.. 1011.  Is in a .position to execute orders in  the manner specified, have them  ready, when promised, an J deliver  them where stated, if desired.  Let  rove  NOTIlE ia hereby.Igivea ih*t at the  next meeting of tbe Board of License Commissioner!) for iho Ci-y <..f Cuiibcrland. I  intend to npply for a lenoHiilcf the .-Abol -  aale'liqnor license litld 1 y m *, situ a ted on  lot C, bloc'i 15, Cuusbei land Townsite.  CIALI SlUSSATTI.  D*tcd1hw7ihd.yi.f N.w��������� 1911.  NOTICE.  J.OTI0E is hereby givoii to  John H, (ilmiville, co-owiior in  tljo Hubs grmip of Minernl Chums  (���������itimtoil 20 miles from tho mouth  of Phillips Uivor in tho Niumimo  Mining Division, than his shnro of  tho o.xpondituro 1ms not been puiil,  iiml thnt wo Intoiul to tilo mitieo  with the Mining Recorder of said  District according to Section 2") B,  Olmptor 1B.5 or Tho 1). CJ. Mining  Act.  J. (). Uoss, Agont.  Luml, 13. C. Oct. 7th, 1.011.  m*��������������������������������� ������������������������������.������'������������������������������������������' ������>������������������> a..  BAYWAKD KAN I) DHTIUOT.  Dlutrict of Saywnrtl.  TAKK not eo that fiaor������o Lclcortor Ili-  minKt n, of Vmienuvir, H.U., meqliiiiiiii,  intinilH In apply (or ppnuiHPinn touiroluwo  the follnwiiiK deacrlbod laudu:���������  Con.nu'uci K at a pout plautod at the  South wo������t corner of lnt(fi52j tboioo iiortb  SO ebHirm. Uuiioe went *7fi tbuliiH, tlnniee  Hisiitb HO olmiiifi, tlionoo cmst 75 clininu, to  point ot eomimncemont, containioB (500  i   ...  ISt/tl", <<������������������'  ������������������������ f     '������   tlflMVI*'. liWUKHTBU HlMINllTON,  Hoberl llemv Ciu<auu(, a*.vut.  Dated MmobUih Hill  Ctuithorhmd k Unioi! VVntor  V*l Vtn.ii V/u.s  r  . 1  NOTICE.  Sprinkling will bo allowed  only two nights n weok. noinoly  Tt/eSDAVwml FHIDAV. from  7 to ll o'clock in tho uvoniug.  I������faky taps must In* n.liui������k-d U>  at onco.  Any chnngos or Additions to existing piping m'l'Si', I hi s-nnetioned  , ,    . ,    , tfco oa-st Imlf of bit a, in bkekil, Cuiuhjr  llirr.fs! west* i'v aUnv.; <-ht*'t* hiu* to ji'iini \\m,\ fownjje,  ������f(.immem*mrr.t.   Xtn.xsu A. I.Mim. j '   ' "     JAMK8 WALTKR8.  I���������. l-i'iest, -i|>eni J!,_.,.,- tWi 7l|, ,l,,y of Nov., 1011.  t^led ihu im day of .Stisicaiber, fjit.l ,      ,       -  S   -^r..v:-:mm~-.~:t:-..:,.r^rr..^.^^^=^-^=^^ I |������y  till!   eOllijMlfiy.  mm. ���������.--- ��������� _- I J.*1j(||n.,!.   |ni|jJ      ,)V    R   ^    ^^^^ l',y     Or,l.*l'.  All A(.1   III   tlie    N lavs I������������ will *.r.ivi. ������t \'i u���������w. nml v\tm. I* W. XtJNNS. Seerotary  at Vll'i \k uu *lwrp. |C������nulMuluinl, H. CM Aug. lai, I'JU  C BALKD TENDKttS adilrMAOil to the  P undiirsigneil, nnd eiulor oil "TsnJoi'  tor Wharf and two Approaches at r.i.co  Uupirt, r.O., will bo reoityoil u. til -MIO  P.M.,on Monday, Soptombor 25, 1011, fr  tho construction of a Wharf and two  AuurosoltoH ut I'rinoo Rupeit, (Juuratilino  Ststl.n, Dlghy Inland, 0.0.  Plana, Byooilioiition anil form of con-  lr*ot onn bo iioen and formi ol tender uh  Uincil at thiH Dopaitmoal und at tuo olJL  ce������of'O.A. Ktscfur, Kaq, Dmtiiut Ku������b.-  oor, No* Wo,lmli������Btcr, H.U., aud in iippli  cat on to tho Puiitiiiaalorii at, I'rlucc Ruptrt  oml V'corU, 11 0.  Pcrnoi.H toiulO' lu������ aro notilleil that tond  ir< will cos Im coiuliL'icd imlo a miulo on  thfprli.tod fim inn supplied, ft'-d BlRiitd  with ibiir M'tiuil i-igiiuturi'Bi Hlotinn thoir  oooupmionii Hint p'.ituon of ri������l'lenoo, Tn  the ume of firm-, tb ��������� wo uni uiijiittturc, tbo  imluni of tho-'Oontimi'ii ami pliioaof real-  du^co of each mcmt><r of tlio Iirm mut bo  givtui,  Kaeh tondir mu, t bo niooni|miiied by an  nceoploil ol'dpio * n a oluriornl bsiih, payable to tlmordur of tho Honounibla thn  Ml .liter of I'uh ij W-tUh, ei-iia! to ton pt r  cant (10 p.o.) it ttio uinount ol tha tender,  whioh will lio foifoi'iiii ii uioiio.hou lossii-  (irinff <l*-l ������'(i tu ei.ti!r ititui* wuluol wlv-i  cal od upon to do mi, or f ������il t������������ eoiuplcto  tho nork ci nwaoioii (or. If the te������.*l������r 1**  not ftcooploil dio o������.o<iuo will bo rotumed.  ���������rin* lii.pr.r'.moi'st tbifcH not Mild i noli lo  accept tho low������������t or any tondir.  ]ly orsler,  It. 0. UESU00I1KU8,  SiOKUry.  D.partmtnt of Public Wt/rkB,  OUnwn, AuRiiHtSfl, 1011.  SAYWARD LAND DISTUIT.  mwa+aatattaam  District of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE thnt' William  Caldwell, of lannrk, Out., mining  man, intonda to apply for perinis  sion lo purohnfo'tho following ,flo-  scribed lande:--Ci)mraencing at a  post pinnted at lhe northwept comer  of Lot 400, Carrinulon liny, Snywnrd District. Ihence following the  north bouruiiry of ot 490e.-8lorly  for 40 (ihi.iiu thenco north 20  chainp, thonco woat lo the Bhoro lino  thonco fouthwd������lcrly nml foi low inn  ,1 ho Bhoro lino io tho point of com-  n.oncenu'iil, conliiininglt'PB ihnn 80  acrot".      Wibi.iAM Caldwf.i,!.,  Jno, Mitneori.ngonl  Dniod Fob. 28lh, 1011,  COAST LAND DISTU1ST.  District of Const..  TAKK noth-e llittl DnviiUoi Ward  Co,, Ltd., of Lougbboro Inlei, oreu-  pution lumbarmeii. inlend to a*M*ly  for--pernii8!riiJii4o~pu^hiii������^iJieJaL_w  lowingdeBcribed"land-: Commoner  iiigal a post ihui-ed on the touth  side of Haidwick I'-la'nd  about 20"  clinins  from  ehi-re, thenee on Ilie  ea*t   boundary   line   of- lea^e .lot-  marked 5G H il M; tl.ence north 20  chiiins. thence cast 20 cliaint* rhenco*  north   20' onains,   ihence ens'. SO  chains*,   thf-nce  bouIIi   4.0 iliiuni*,  ihence weel 50 chains, back to r 1 (*<i  of oommencenient, containing U0  acres more or leso,  Davidson Waud Co. Ltd.  FS Ward, agent.  Dated August 16, 1911.   ������������������������������������".'.:������������������.  ������������������^���������flWWiWWWWMWiMsMMaaMBWWMMMJ���������IssWlM11 li I ���������M������������������WW  ���������.Change of'advertisements will  not be' received at this oilice later  than 12 o'clock noon   on   Tues  days.  :>i  HAY WAUD 1.AKD DISTHICT.  DiHtriot of Snyivnul.  TAKK m.tleo that Sidney Uoasmun, of  Vancouver, U. C, nmthanie, lutenil** lo  apply for, pormlRHlon 11 purehnBo iho fol-  lowiiifl; dofC' iboil IiiihIb: ���������  OdimnonciiiK at n pont plautud at the  uoulhwoat eoruTot lot C(i2| lljonco aouth  80 chaini, thonco wo^t 80 uhiilii**. tlunco  norlh 80 ohnim, tlionoo eiat r>u tiliuii", ts  plnco of eoinnionoumunii uoataiuiiig MO  ncroii, moro cr loan.  SiiiNiiv Hkahm.in,  Huberts llonry Ononimit, ngo .L.  n,tn,lMr.Ti*h<������h, 1011.  SAYVVAUD LAND DISTHICT.  *������Ulrlct of Pnywa <1.  TAKBaotico tlut Nanotto   Josoph, of  V������noouvor,   lb ('., 8juiRt������r, liilemU to  apply for permUnlun to purohimo tho fol-  N*wflp������p>-ri v������ ill not bo pild for thi* ad- -owing doaoribul Imuli-; -  J3AYVVARD LAND DISTHICT.'   .  D'Htriot of fcS sywaril.  TAKE NOTICK thut A<th..r  Rowland-.  Bout, of.Venoouvor, U.C, tronspors flRnt,  intonda to apply for permitwioii lo pnroliase  tho following ileaciiboilliiulB:���������Commei c-  nig at a pout phintoil nt the HimUiunHt cor-  nor of In 510, oi iho north bmuulnry of  1 n 5-17, tlionoo noith 80 ohaira,   thenco  oa*t 75'ohn'itia  tbence enutli 80 oliiiimv  thonoi|wCBl 75 eluiinu to point of omnmuitoe  mont, conluinit)|f 000 aero*, moro or Iobs.  Aarmm KowiiAM) I'iwt,  Robert llmiryOlicBtnul agon������.  "Diteil MiToh'VUi, 1011.  M^MM|MMMMWM������I^WWMW*MMMMM������W������W������M^sll������Ml������Wl1MIPIllllWs sjinslw ******  SAYWAK!) LAND DISTRICT.  DiHtriot ottSrtywnrJ, -'..'  TAKI-) NOTIoB tliat Snm������ol llPiiBmnn,  of Vancouver, IM),, miehiu io, iutoiiila to  apply for pfimimion to puiehriHo iho fol  lowii k duHOsilbod laud*;���������Cominniuing Mt a  p������*Ht plomol nt tbo nouIIpi oil oornor i.f lot  Mb thonco enit 100 oluiiim, thonco Mivh  ���������10 clininu, thonco wo.1 Tnobaii u (mora or  lonii;) tlicneo norlh 5 obuiiiH, tliouco wmt  83 ohnimi, tho* ci i orth HO chiiiim to pol* t  of (mmmonci'iuont, cnnlninjiiK GOO aoio**,  moro or lis-n,      Samimci. IIkakma^,  Hoboit llonry Ohoitnut, utont.  DAtod Mnroh ,8th, 1011.  I  '\,i\  .'-*|  Vi  ���������'/il  ���������w  $a  M  vuiti.ciuciit if fbfiy In-r i lit without nntb  ority fr< m the LMunmuil  pays.    Try it-  IP   you  PRINTING  WANT    GOOD  CO    TO   THE  NEWS. 1'IUST-CI.ASS WORK  SAYWARD LAND DIHTRIOT.  District of Sny ward.  TAKRnotioi that Pruncon Hr.nffhom,  wifo of Wi V, llroiiRlmn*, of Vnnoouver,  U.O., IntaiulB to npply for lirrmimiim to  pnrohnao tho following dosorihed Ihiul-:���������  Coinmenoincr nt a punt plnntod *10 oluiiim  ive.'-'t '*' ff-i- "iMitho nt, pnrnnr cf lot ti47:  thence en������l 1*20 oln iim, theiici nouth '10  ohsinA, thenoo wmt 120 cluinH, thonoo  north *I0 obnins tn point of eoa.inmioi mont,  coiitiiiniiia 480 noi oh, more or Una.  FlIANOKH llltOUOHAM.  Uobort Henry Chpatnut, ngent  Dated Mtroh 8th, 1011.  ___ ���������  Wood'o Phonplio&ino,.  The Orrnt Ilnoliah Jltmttly.  Tonr*sui(UnvlBor������uvithav.lior^  ncrvoiii ry.U-.n\, Ki:ikcn nsiw  llU-xltn ordVolnn. Onr,'H 2itr#*  Comih'neinB nt apoul plnntod nt thi-i  SoutheJist cornor uf lot ���������'���������17; tbence north  80 cliilr-p, thc-ico omt W) ebninn, thenoo  nouth SO chnin*, thenee wen 8l obni"������  lo tho p jlnt ot oomm   * ono l, c ...t,lu. {cvt ,M,Uii������ m^u ���������mt iir������tn. worn, to  iug CUl ante* mere or Im*. |k������������i-'iis*v. Bexital \vaikiieii. I'mUtloiin, ������jx r*  " ��������� , ���������tmUrrhiMiiintlKif^ati/MiuiBtn< hrcfimrt.  N^'I'lTl* iln-m-it, iSlortllpnphm.sslxi'orl.'s.  Oiiowmptuiuio.j.x  rttmu..i ii.ii. u ni.. ������ii..i������  ......s   will cm*.  HoM liyaH itrumUMtsr nnUM lu  Hohcrt lli'iiiy Ohtitnit, ������������������.ent   v)aln ,lk��������� 00 Me(,W 0f prlco, AVio tmm- hut  (ktftil Mnroh 7tli. 1011. vvtiledfrcr,  Th������ WoorJ MedlBlnv Oo.  "i'i,  ���������\a  1;  ill'  ���������*t- \  'if iADE IH CANADA  *kco Your EXPENSES Ught  Likes Youjf BISCUITS USht  lakea Your CAKES Light  {takes Your BUNS Light  jfakssi Your LABOR Light  6RDE^0������M YOUR   gggjjS  E.W.Ci!XETTCO.,LTD.  Toronto, Ont.  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH. COLUMBIA,  Mfmiiiiw ���������  '**C- ���������  .1&-  'jua&yiS.  NOTICE is hereby given lint on the first  vhsy of Deoemhrr \m xi application will be  mado to lhe Superintendent of Provincial  Polico. Victoria,, for tho renewal of the ho-  til "lioerse "to's^ll liquor* by retail iu the  hotoljknown as the Port Augusta hi.tel. sit  lated at Qomox, B.C.   John C. Clauknok  Dated October 3'1911.  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC  Having built a large v, mebonso and mil  at,Coiir..tnay, 1 will io fu uro keep on  hind a stock of aH kiads of Hay, Oraiu,  nrid Feed ut lowest mntket rates. A  "specialty will be made of ro-ler crushed  feed for horsis wbioh vill make a s.ving  of eno third in thu cod of feod. Orders  (,'iven tbo toifmster or ly phono I*.ill bo  promptly filled. Thnt king you for your  patr,ur.Re iu tho ���������*i'staml soliciting auon  tinuanco of ibe same on broach r lnub, 1  beg to remain  Yours to command,  BYRON CRAWFORD.  pc Cburtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests,  io Cential Hotel for Sportsmen  |lc but thft'-Best of Wines and Liquors  de liar,  RATES .       REASONABLE  m-of  J_"tL_ '- T"  John Johnston,   Prop  l)HN McLEODS  Kt FIKST-CLAKS  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  ��������� YOU WANT  GOOD PMHTIHB  '.   GIVE US A TRIAL  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Nanaimo Union Pay- Comox - IUhtt*-*.  Sailiug as under���������  Twin-screw aieaimr ���������COWICIIAN"  L'iivt;8 Vancouver Thu^day 0 p.m.  ��������� An ive Union ((or Cumberland^ Friday  morning  'A.-rives C.nvix Friday niJiirng   _  Reluming'  Lv    Comox  Frid y \ '*��������� tn  " Ui.ion Bay       "   5   "  ���������' N-iualn-.o 11 p.m.  Loaves Vnncouvor, Saturday 8 p m  Arrives N.nuimo,  Saturday 12 p rti"  Arrives Union, Sunday 6am  [ior (JumberlniHll  Arrivee Comox,   Sunday 8am  Reunvii!-**:���������  Leaves Comox. Sunday -1 p m  LoaVcs Ud;').i Sunday 5 _> in  L������vve-������ N'liiaimo, Sunday 11 p.m.  [Subject io chuugo without icic]  ^J^^r4r=!t������r,  &tQ������wn>r*^,vi>-'.>*T'^^yT������antt**i*i������iitsJ  The splendid appearance  of a 'Tit-rite*; suit is the  result of the careful, honest  way in which it is made.  R handsome outward appearance is of no value, unless it  has the sterling material underneath to back it up.  It is the care taken in this  particular that makes the "Fit-  rite" a good suit all through.  The hidden parts are given the  same attention the surface receives. It retains its shape because the shape and-jstyle are  built right into it.  Look over a "Fit-rite" suit  and examine the quality, of the  material and tailoring. It is an honest effort  tosupplu good clothes at a reasonable price.  Eilho'--cts'lBllho et'ordor send ������s ������ pott card feeorin_ j our  name and address, end wo'll glvo you n copy of <tho Fit-  rilo Style Forecast," cantalninu the latest newo of fsuhioa  tcndcncic-. for tho coming Fall and Winter.  DUNSMUIR AYE. CUMBHKL-AN  &  h  -a t  *_____^[__pgs3i__^_s^MK^__l^^^__S!55  fmX^&MX^mmVaJ&mK-}^  ECSBSSKBrnaaa  "t^^^^^i--H'4"4''H^wH-i''H:*li  I***  O  O  Q  Ltfl  \m  \i  QJ.  mC  c/)  CU  -a  ,  'mm'  ... i .  .a  *  If)  ���������  . mm  ���������**>  til  Ul  E  4->  E  0  U  ��������� c  <  ��������� M  DRINK  The purest and b.-stjBK&R^and  nuide iu Cumberland.     ���������  is indispensable in the  camp, and (or all  impromptu meals'.  Add a lttle BOVRIL  <.  i*.  ���������1  i ���������  ID  4ml  ���������Cm  ���������4���������"  If,  *   ������   (3 1  im  rt  b/D  C  u  a  ...  o  &  m  ft  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      FOR   SALE   BY      -      -  Walworth=Rols,ton Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B������ C.  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  ���������*- -���������sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  RUPEKT LAND DISTRICT  Dis-iicLof Knpui't.  TAKE not co 'hut Kndora Mi*0"L**obon  0^ Vauouiivtr, H.-l'. (-cou;aton Widow,  i teadsj t������ rt]>|-[y f-r pcr..-i<-.i. n ti> pur-  chase ibe'f������li.-\v..g il fcuillj si in d : O m  ni'Dciog ut bt n p b1 phinlod uliont ������>. e  mile noith and iO oh-.m b . a.-1 of tho S. ID.  comer of Scoi-m 4, T w.sship 8, thunos-  ns nil 80 oli ui n**, theuce fas'. RO elici p,  tlior-ce soiif" 80 o:iaiu-, tlience we&t SO  chninn to placo ot cou.m'-'iiottuieut, cont .in  in a 610 acres,- w������--ro nr-lnsR. *���������   Scribed ������n po t EMI/u S.W. corner.  Exdora Mae Lekon,  "i).ii Cluik, Ago-1.-,  Dnted Docembor llth, lilif. ,     ,  fl'"  [\  f-''\  1 lA*.  n>ae  ���������^ .   -J .'  ^ '; ���������  Daily Ppovlnce  To- Sopte^  ������er 23,  Si  p.  Dealer in    *���������  AIJv KINDS OP  Fruit, ?ndy igars ;;  igarcttcs & Tobacco.!;  Ilouora lUock,  OUMHERLAND, D.O.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  FAIRFIELD  STORE  J. JACK,   l'noi\  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Gandlea,  Unlit"- nnd  Tobncco.  Vancouver lec Cream,  Diinnnniir Avo.  Cumberlnnd *  Cooii'a Cotton Root Compound  Tho BroAt Ut������rlna Ton|e( hij<1  only wifo em-Htual Monthly  il_l������iniliitor_c**i whloji women civft  .-.\*  A per bo*.  in, or no >t  , ut utlcti  rmJ THI  181  >r  ^r^c!'  n <���������>   Vi   AVo will .ir^iil Tbo 3>aily Province  hli^QS     till September 23 to any ad^ros-J  'Jm^.s.sw . m Canada ontsirUrlhe city or \ nn-  couvcr, for 3&������.  x a,  mv-  ��������� General Elcctic-ns SoptoiaJwE1.21  Take a'dvautoge of our Splendid Hews Jtorcco  and follov/ intelligently the moves cf each party. ^  ^m^mmjm^^mmfmmr^m^  ���������immS-ZS  dopoml. Bolrtflnthrgo "^SP^gJ  liwrw* utroiisror. WI Np'������ *  or tat)t;fo,\mm, "*��������� ��������� *-*"  told liy nil oniHL- _, .  proiiftld on riwMisi, ot  l_rt3o iiampiilott lililj  Jor"      '  NOTICK  s      - mmm " ���������   "n.  Any person or porfions, tin tt ing,  rbmoving or takiiij/ any lilnckf,  timbor or 'wood, ill'iiny di'tforijitioiln  .itilpnging to tlio Wellington Col-  iory Co'y., or from or off tliohuul  of tlio said Company, or nnyom*  tip]iing rubbish of any description  anywhero upon (lie company'h  land will bo proiHicntoil to Um full  oxumiI of tin- IHW.  W. 11. COliLfciOiV,  Gun oral Mnnngor,  Wellington Col 1 iory, Co,y.  JffOTIOE. .  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District oi Rupert  TAKB no-Ice tlmt Gardiner Alexander Brady Spencer of Alumeda  (Jul., ocenporion plumber, intend*-  '0 n-jn��������� 1 y for permisMon to purchase  tho followinij defcrihed lunch :���������  Csinnri'-ncing ut u post planted  nbout 30 chains west of tho eou'h  easl corner of Section 24, TownBhip  21, Ihence west 80 cliaint. thoneo  south 80 chainp, thenco east 80  chains, thence north to oouth fooio  nf Wolf Lako. thenou weMorly along  houlh. (���������horo to wo?r end of lake,  I homo eapt along north shore nbout  40 ohainp, thonoo north to place of  com11 or.co'ns.nt, containing 400  acreK moro or Icph.  Sciibedon pos',G A.B.S.'s N.K.  corner.  t Gardhkr Ai.wxandes Brady  Spenckr,  ,. Dnn Clnrk, Agent  Dated Docembor 14th, 1010.  'HUPFsHTI, AND DISTRICT  Dutrlot of Hnport  TAKB NOriOEtliutsTumoH Hriiiliiliriw,  of Kiiioiia, 1'lorliU,.onrpoiiler, intrin'n  ^ a|sply for poriiiimilcm to puruhit������o. th*  following (luBcriliml liim's:���������Uoiiiniinoii!?  it ii juisit -ilun'ii.1 2 mile- wnnt of llio ������,R  onroVr-of Sooii n 's!4, lowiinhip lio, tluncn*  nurth 40 c!������ I tx, tli noa   wsflt hO oliai !H.  tlu'iHus BO'lili *<0 iilmliiH,   lhoiu'0.ixiff, 80  cliaiiiH to pliice cf uoii.iiwiini'iiieiil, con-  mini ������ 820 nori'B nviro or km.  Soribml on poirt, .1 IVhS.K. (iji'^r,  Jamiw UltAOmiAW,  Dim Clark, agon*-.  Dntoil piocrobor 10th, 1010.  RUPBUT LAND-Dl^THICC  ,'*, DiBirio!iof.I.i'p������rA  TAKE AOTICB fiat Adolnida Ester  Dark Br-wii, of 'llr.iol.fwid N. Y.,  nihrritd- wonniu. intondu to apply f- r p.ar-  missioa to parch smu tho {.illowsrif,' di--.p..-ib-  edlaudu:���������C'lintnpiic.ng at a post pl.inti'ri  ut southwfi������ti con or of S o'i.ni 10, Township 9, thoni-o uorth 80 or-niiv-,,. tiicjicn  oABt 80 ohaiur, thonco south SU chains,  linnet weet 80 chisins tn placo ofcomir.on-  ment oontuining 010 ncios more or le*s.  Scribed on rout A.IS.C.B'hS.W. cor  Ad'EI.AIOH KSTKK ('l.AKIC UltfAVX.  .Dan (Ilarlt, ngwi',  Da'cd Di'con.bor 19ih', Hi 10.  Us'   13RT  LAND  D1STB ICT  District of Kupert  TAKE no������i������ o that Unit rem Jume*?  T'lskcr < E V'luc'uvi-r, U. tl.   occupation Express-? Miiniigor inlends t*>  lo apply foi peinvssion to puich'as^  ile   foil   i\'um  d esc riled   huuls*:���������  Comn1    cirg   at   a   [CPt   ])lnii1c*d  abo1* ��������� UO chaiiiH wi-s  of lhe  b ulh  e.r^ToTno7"~o{~S^ion~2^To"vrh~~  ship,21,   thenen   west   80   chaini*,  tl.caco south 80 chain?, thfnce easl  80 ciiuinp, thenee i.oith  80 chains  io placo   ������f   ornmcncenioiit,   con-  i������iuii g 6*10 ucres -more oi Ioav? .  ifcsibcd.oti pOsiN-JlJ,] I'sN.!!';  IlKTurnAM Ja;u's TA'-Kjy:.  D.i u Clai*l*i.''ii*v.ra  Date.! Diceinhor Hih, IDIO.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Hupert  TAKE notioo that Richmond  Charloa IHe-t* of Vnncouvor, J>. C,  Broker intends lo apply for per  mi"Bion to purchaeo the fohowing  described landK:- Condncucing at  n poul planted nt | prut bulwoon  eject', n 18k, Townrliip !), and Koct*  ion I.'i, Townchip 20, ih^nco weel. -10  chiiinc thcriro Knnh '10 chnipp,  tlunco weet 40olniin?, thenoo south  80 ohaine; thenco ohm 'IU chains,  thenco norlh 40 chainp, thenco enM  ���������10 chains, thenco norlh 80 chainp to  pinco of coinmoiH oinont, containing  640 acres moro or Ichu  Scribe ion pout HCHV N Rror.'  lllCHMONI) I'llAUI.IW   BlBH.  Dan (Jlarlc, agent.  Dated Dccomk-r lflth, 1910,  RU PERT LAND DISTRICT     "  ' Diotrict qf RnpuL  TAKE notice Unit _ Murui oi ilo  Leitch of Vancouvtr, J'-i.C . occu-  piitiun .Suliflttdy, intend.*' lo apply  for permie.'iion to piirclm.-o tlio following depciihed l.ii.d?: -  Commo.'cioj������ at a pout planted  at tho north c-apt corner of Sec ion  34, TownBhip 20. thence wo-t 80  chain**, thenco pouth B0 I'hainp,  thonco on'it 80 chain", ihonco north  80 chaiim lo place of commencement, containing G40 pcres, moio  or loss.  Scribed on post*, M.l./e N. E cor.  sMABflui-.urn*: i.nircn-  Dan. Clink, -Agent.  laled December lOlh, 1010.  atm-*mm-mmmm*mam������tmammmaa  /       >i. _. ICfoo liampnioti A'liir-j"i������i  QfiWllWWtMlOOJ0MNT0.WT. UomerlyWin  sunscunnfi kou the news  ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YRAK.  Hiding on looom<)livon and rail  n-iiy narfl of tho Union Oolllory  Company hy any porpon .ir yt-r-  ioiih ��������� except tuin cre\i'--i,, Hlriclly  prohi'Ucd, EmployocH rrt- nib-  iec tofJihinippiil for allowing Ham-  11V ordiiir  W. h. COUI-SON,  General Miiiumcr.  RUl'KRTLAND   DISTRICT  Dtn'n-'t   of   Rnrji'i't    *  TAKK i'.o'Icp iiml IV-Ha ^r-M-hi*.  of   Viinconvo",    B.    C,   ^,arrlod  woman, in end** to app'y  fir por-  minion lo pnrchr-o tho following  popt planted at tho i.orlhw<*Ht tor  ner of Seciioti B0, Toivn������hip U,  tluti.co oiiht 80 ohainp, Ihonco ponth  SOcbahiP, lloi en wepl H) clminp,  Ihenc-,* north S'l obnlnp io 11 n-.n of  cam ni'iicoiricnt contiii Jig 040  acrey moro or lrp^  Sciibedon Po t D li1, N'. W  fnr-  J)i:i,i,.\ Hiiookp,  Dun Clnrk, Agont.  \),Un\ Docembor 17th, I'.UO.  HUPRRT LNND DISTHICT'  Ditstrlct of HnpiTt.  TAKJ'2 NOTIOK Hint K.lnwr.1 D.vko,  of Dii Rlinnilow. NY. oonolininn,iotoi.iln lo  apply for por.nliiHiim lo purohan������i tho fol-  lowiiif: (loicrlbod lnniln:���������Commonsiiiug nt  n pi*lili plnntod 2 inilon wept of" llm  uoiitii ciihI uomtr of is-sotiou 'i-f, Tovnhhip  ���������20, ilmiieo ivont 80 chainii, thenco houtfi  HOclmtnu, thenoo oaut HO olmiiin, tlunco  north 80 elminH to plnco ofoomineii'-iiiiont,  loutiiiiilu"- (U(J acrfin, more or Iuuh,  Soiiboil on poHt KD'b N.K, corner,  KnwAiuiDvKi!.  Dnn Olorlc, AKOiit.  I'll!      I'llf)  rupert land district  District of Rnpert  TAKE notioo that Edna Kinhcr  Spend*-; ot AUmoda, Cal., matricd  woman, intondu to apply, for por-  minion to"piirchiifo Iho following  described land?:--  Commencing at a post phinted  nt tho f*otilh,Ws'Ht oornor of Suction  2 Town-hip. 21, thenco oail 80  chainp, thenco north 80 chainp,  U.oivo worn. 80 clinins, thence i-onth  SO chnli.p to plan- of coinmonoe-  mont, cimlainin^ (1*10 acre** mom m  l*00f>.  Sni'.bod ou pout E.K.K.'c 8 ^V',cor.  Kdna   ElSHICIl sS'.HNCKU  Dnn Clnrk, AjjUnt,  Dated DcH'cmhor 10th, 1910.  I    C. H TARBELL  I  ������������isM������imiwMjw--������Mr*4WWM������wMr*������M** t^ammm *-**'���������*  RUPERT r,ANIV DISTHICT  District of P.npert,  TAKE notice lliat JlnideoAphhy  of Vniioouvoi, 11,C , married woman  intfiuli to apply ior permimion to  piuf*haf-> tbo follnwinir de'erlhi'd  lniiilf: ���������  Cunimoiicingnt a popt plnntod  nt the iMi'h ins corner of Pectlon  IVTownHiip 21, thenco noelh 80  chilirp, thence went 80 clninp,  llciiore ponih 80 tba'i'p, 'beniw  on pi !;0 oluiiip to |iluo.i ol ei. m-  ii,mk������������������ ���������mn si, eontiUiiiii'- fi-10 nctoH  more nr lean  !    t-ciile.l on poM, II A.V S.E. .:or.  j JIaipki*: Apiipv  m.    j*.      ^        .   ov' Dan Clnr!:, Accnts  {HIGH GRADE STOVES}  } Mid nil XITCHKN ..UTENSIIUS f  Sportsmens Goods  mul  General Hardware *  ������1.J^3������St-  -fm������J.lm\������m-mlU-������CXttm* ������  4  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, IS. C.  BACRACHE!  Suffered Over A'ine Months, Nothing  Rclkvtd.Me Until I Took 1'K-Ji U- .V...  Mra. Joseph Laoollo, 121 Olonorn Ave,  Ottawa, Knst, Ontario; ('aiuidn, writes :  "I suffered with back&chc and headache for ovoi|nlno months ami nothliipr  relieved mo until I took Voruuu. This  medicino la by far bottor t linn nny other  modielno for those troublei.. A few bottles relieved mo of iny miserable, ltitl.-  tloiid, half-alivo condition."  ALFALFA   GOOD   FOR   HOGS   AND  HORSES  For tlio ���������.���������.coil of iito iiir-ii.a, animals  auiat jo-ii'i' i un <m ih*,- iu> d when it  It  Is   frozen   imr   when   i:   soft   and j  nuiiMy.    To heart  on  iiii'iili'a  crowns  ;is to destiny them Jn mist Instances.  i Theret'oH\ lis mvoh :������s ������ li:ii'd frec/o  comes, nil Mock should In* taken a-  way  from ilu* iilfulfu  Vit-lds and  the  ! gilt' M   looked.  Anlraiilss imi><f  net  li" penult tod to  gimw tt  {no close.    A  Miiall field of  |a.fa!f:i thrown imo n larpe (.-.rnss pasture will soon by dcMioyed without  affording a stout amount of foe<l, bo  wius<! otoel; will hardly out any other  thin**; wlK.n limy can set aifalfa., nnd  It will havo no chance to --row at nil.  Grazing Pigs on Alfalfa  Alfalfa is tlio natural food for swine  The pregnant sow oa alfalfa pasture  lioncrully needs no kmiJh at nil, nt  most a trifle of eoin should she be In  thin condition when turned1 to pas-  t uro. Pigs .barn firm sow**! pasturing on  alfalfa aro nana ly fine and strong.  After they eoioo-lhc sow needs a little more sraiii than before, Tho llt-  Ko piss "enjoy the sw.oct, tender herbage and tlirivi) on It, but thoy too  should lmvo a daily allowance of  [,-raln.  Thin ia not absolutely necessary, as  rlchlng your fields with nitroffonous  foods for wheat crops, and tlieii thresh  o;l imd fed as tx fattening food also  diinltiR tlie winter. In fact ono may  Improve bis Impoverished ami rundown farm by growing nuaierous nit-  i rosriu-ous and wecd-kllllug crops,'ami  at, the same tlmo raise ait army of  ho;rs am] s-eeur������ tlio benefit of * tlio  liiali prices now hoing: pnld for bacon  hogs, namoly, 0 CENTS PEll POUND  LIVlil W13IGIIT.  Ouly a Tew days apto the P. Hums  Co., of Cnlfinry, AJtn., ahippeil from the  province of Ontario, 1.400 for tliedn  own business in Albe-r'.n. Albertn I  couldn't supply, no.r could Baskntc.be-1  wan beKin to holp satisfy tho demand |  of tho pork packers of tho wast. The!  raisin';* of bacon hofts is a (location j  worthy of consideration and Iiors will \  bo a payliiR proposition too, for tlu*  rest ten years.  NO BURNED BREAD  on mnny liofv ranches In-the south no  lufnlia  Suspicion  "That new Bales-man ihfnlia' he  knows ns much about oiir, business as  \ do," said llio head or Ilie firm.  "Well," replied the Junior part nor,  "MnybO'ho does. He told me confidently thut ho would'nt think of eating  -nine of the things we are putting on  tliu market."  A TALK  ON  RHEUMATISM  TELLING   HOW    TO    CURE    THIS  PAINFUL MALADY  This article is for the man or woman who suffers from rehunuitlsm  who wants to bo cured, not merely relieved���������but. actually'cured. Tlie most  u. rheumatic sufferer can hope for In  rubbing something-on the tender, ach-  In-*; Joints, is a little relief. No lotion  or liniment over did or ever can make  a.enrol The rheumatic poison is rooted in- the blood. Therefore rheumatism can only bo cured when the poisonous add is driven out of the blood.  That s why nibbing and liniments and  outward applications are no good���������  they can't, reach the cause In the  blood. Any doctor will tell you this  Is true. K you want something'''that  will go ri gilt to tho root of the trouble  in the blood every time, take Dr. Wil-'  Hams' Pink PIHs. They make . new',  rich blood wnich drives eut the  poisonous acid and cures rheumatism  to stay cured. This is a solemn truth  which has been proved In thousands  of cases, and the following is a striking instance. Mrs; W. II. Elnor, Sar-  nla, Ont., says: "_ feel it my duty to  recommend nr. Williams' Pink Pills  us they completely cured mo, of rheumatism after I had been almost an invalid for three years. I doctored with  two skilled doctors ami took electric  treatment, but without benefit. On  going to a third doctor he recommend-'  ml mineral baths as the only thing  that would help ino; After, taking this  treatment for some tlmo I felt that I  was renlly growing worse Instead of  better, and I begun to think that  there was no cure for me and that I  was doomed to ho a helpless sufferer. For some months I discontinued  nil treatment and then I wns advised  to try Dr. Willinms' Pink Pills. After  taking a few boxes I could notice a  distinct improvement, and I continued  ���������taking t.he Pills for several-months  when Ihe cure was complete. That Is  soiiii! two years ago nml I have ever  HhK'i- been perfectly free from tlie trouble. I would ' therefore advise anyone  afflicted with rheumatism to take Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, us they cerluin-  \y. mado n remarkable euro In my  case."  The!'"* pills are sold by nil medicino  dealers nr may bo had by mnll nt 50  cents a box or six boxes for $2.fi0  from Tim IM: Wllllaimi' Medicino Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  grain la produced or. fed in'.winter or  siimmer, "on y alfalfa bay dry In win--j  ter and alfalfa pasture in summer, j  but tho pigs are often sold to farmers  in tho'coim belt to bo fattened. It la  economy to feed corn on alfalfa pasture. Alfalfa alone is too one-sided  a ration; it. ts loo rich in protein, and  too poor in starch and fat. It builds,  tlio big lean hogs -unless- com is  added, but tho amouh-t of corn should  bo very, much less thim Is needed on  6'thor pastures. ',. '���������"'" ,'','."'���������  i. It has, been found by experiment  that pigs pastured throughout the sum  mer on alfalfa with a light feeding .of  corn gaitved Iti! pounds of pork per  acre, this was after deducting the probable gain from tlie corn.'. Another  lot qf fattening hogs were fed all tho  corn they would eat, and still another  on all tlie corn and dry alfalfa they  wou'd eat. The lot having alfalfa hay  made a gain of 8<J8 pounds of pork  per ton of alfalfa hay.  Pasture for Horses  On tho ranches along the Sacra-  meivlo and San Joaquin Valleys in  California, llio size and ��������� quality .of the  thorough-bred and standard bred horses and colts running on alfalfa pasture in summer and wi'ntering'om alfalfa bay is astonishing. - There'. is  such an al.ninda.nce of fesb and bono-  formiag, material in alfalfa that colts  develop naturally and to- their, utmost  whon Ted upon it. No ill results what  ever,have been observed from depasturing alfalfa horses, though they  should noil be put on it too early i.u.the  spring nor when too hungry.  C.P.R. On Vancouver Island '  The,extension Of the Esquimau and  Nanalnio. Railway on Vancouver Island to. Alberni, Is renrly finished,  only n, fow mil-j-i of billasting remaining to be done.   The new Hue'will be  iin operation by November 1.  Alberni has an ideal. Bltuntlon, being over thirty miles inland on the  Western Coast of the Island, but having an ample depth of water for the  f largest ships to navigate without auy  'difficulty,  Ono of the singular things about the  [construction of this line was that  when the builders were making a  smnli cutting through n hill in Alberni, near the wharf, tliey struck n  fine senm of coal, sonic of which will  probably supply the Canadian Pacific  Hallway Company's steamships with  fuel for-'sonic time to como ns It is  of a fine grade aud,'thero. aro thousands of tons of It in sight. -  NO SCORCHED BISCUITS  No need to apologize to family or guest when  MOONEY does it.     MOONEY'S BISCUITS aro  always right ��������� every biscuit inspected before it ia.  packed���������and they arc as fresh as the product of your  own oven. ���������      '  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  *mam*mamatmiii        ������   w >ssis������isis���������������^^������wmws     ���������.   nw ���������������������������mi ���������    ii       i maammaammaa        m ���������m*~���������a>**m^ma**mmmma  SODA BISCUITS  are the great favorites for every day use.  They arc made in the big sanitary factory ia  ,.-.''''.'" Winnipeg and come to you in air-tight packages or  in sealed tins as-you prefci1.  *1  'if  "What did you'do.when you. met the  train robber face- to fate?'' "I explained that I had been interviewed  by the ticket, seller, the ruggage carriers, tlie dining-car waiters, and the  .sleeping-car porters and borrowed n  dollar from him.".  In the treatment of summer -complaints, the most ��������� effective remedy  that can be used is Dr. J. I). Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial, It is a standard  I reparation, and many people employ  J; in preference to other preparations.  It. is a highly concentrated medicine  and its sedative and curative qualities  are beyond .question.*' It has been a  nonuhir medicine for many years and  thousands can attest its superior qua-  i. i-'.'s i.i (iw,. >,.. ing O>soutcry and  kindred complaints.  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  |_^-that.Cbntain-Mercury,~-������������������  "Ven, ho had some troubio with his  eyoH," said tho colobrnled ocotillat.  "Every timo he started lo rend he  would read double," "Poor fellow!"  remarked hto sympathetic, person. "I  mippose that Interfered with his holding a good position?" "Not. at, all,  The gas company gavo lilm n lucrative  Job reading gus motors."  the highest type of  womanhood,  Scott'  Emulsion  1>J)C  ut  i-i lac  hi^uuol  dilutive food.  The nourishing and  curative elements in  ScoU-'h Emulsion are so  perfectly combined that  all (bftbicB, children nnd  aduka) .nre equally benefitted and built up,  aa mercury will surely destro;* thp Bouse ot smell  anil completely ilfiranw tlio whole ;��������� eystem whoa  cttterlim it tliroiish tho mucous; nurraissi. ��������� Such  nrtlc'.M Ehoulil never bo used exeept on prescriptions roni reputisblo pliyalclans, aa the damano they  will do k ten {old lo tliu Rood you cnn poisslbly derive Irom tlicm. Hall's Catarrli Cure,'manufactured  by F. .1. Cheney <fc Co., Toledo. (>.. contains no mer-  ���������:ury. and Is taken Internally, actinic dlrcctlj- upon  the blood and mucous surfaces, of tlm ������ystem. In  buylna Hall's Cnturrli Cure tio sure you set the  Kenulnc. It. is taken Internally and made In Toledo.  Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Testimonials free.  Bold by Dnnrilsts.   Price, "5c. |>er bottle.  .Take Hall's Family mils tor constipation.  v    Unimportant.  "Charley, dear" said young Mrs. Tor.  kins, "the cook we took without a  recommendation, has left ns."  '"I--suppose," was-"the weary reply,  "tliat is ;becausc . we are among the  things she didn t"consider of sufficient  value to take with her."  RlreiimatlsirTTT^euralglir "iind "Sore  Throat will not live" nnder tlie-same  roof; with. Ilamllns Wizard Oil, -the  .-���������'orld's best-liniment for the relief of  all pain.  Lionel Barrytnore, a brother of'Kth-  cl, had a very smnli part in a. play  not very long ago, and realized that  his ..acting:'did not have much to do  with the progress of the piece.  "Lionel," said a friend to him one  night after tho performance. "I  thought you had a part In tliat play."  "I rjnivo," said Barryinore.  "Thnt ii funny," commented the  friend,   "I didn't see you at all."     '  "Well," cxplninod tho actor, "you  must havo winked during the perform*  nnco."  Visitor���������"Whnt is that awful yelling?" Resident.���������"Oh, there's a dentist, next door, it's probably somebody  getting a tooth out." Visitor���������"No,  not next door. I mean In the flat, ovor head.;,' Resident���������"Oli, , thats  probably Newed's bnby gettiu*. a tooth  i-n!"   ".,   ��������� ���������  DOIT  j*t~-  ^������<  f^er  ���������'LET MOONEY  DO IT"  ^*&r<  H. H. NIGHTINGALE  STOCKBROKER  Investment    and    Loans    Negotiated.  33 ME LINDA ST., TORONTO  "THE WELLINGTON HAT"  for men. Canadian-made. Quar**  anteei* best hnt value in Canada.  til sizes and shapes iu soft -and  stiff felts.   .Ask your Dealer,    or  "vvi"ite~-at"Oiiet*rto"��������� ~  CHAS.   C.   PUNCHARD.    &     CO..  Toronto, Ont.  nulcMj- atopti coudbm. ciire.i cold.*;, Iiealsr  tks) tbroisl nisil luniis  tie sure to gat SCOTT'S  it's the Standard and tilwayt  tha httt.  25, conl...  RAISING  HOGS  Bacon lio,.','* nre us good as gold t.no.vj  tlayH. Why? Simply becnimo tho do-  luand far exceedfi tho supply. Tho  explanation for this state of affairs  ���������secms to be the fact Unit ho nuuiy .settlors are coining Into tho country and  Ln fliioh largo numbers, that tho Cnn-  adlnn fariner.'i aro not keeping pace  with them in their demand for bacon  and other cured pork,  All tho new roM .em wnnt chiefly  especially while travelling, bacon .md  liainH or milt pork to take with iIkiim  upon their journeys neross tho noun-  try whllo HCC'lil!*:*: or nettling upon  tlieir now honierfteads. Macon iih *i  meat wovlnlon Ih the iimlnslny of  their larder. It cun bo packed nwny  enslly, win bo kepi longer than any  fresh nu'iitii, l������ readily mndo up Into  a niisu',, nud In fuel in the hiiii<ll:*H,t  mwiit that the traveller oan carry a-  long wllh him on hln trips;,  Thim, then, is bncon und pork other  whso cured, In tho greatOHt denunul  as a nu'iit coiiftltue-nl of tho fond supply of the newcomer, Thun will (lull inniiil upon eureil pork be t'endlly  on tho l,ncronar* so long ns tho Rtrtfniusi  of Immk'niiils eontlnue to pour Into  tin* conn try,  Tho  funner  of  wofit has hlthorto  tent Ion only to tli  Live sioek linn no  Mon t i lilm ut nil,  plainly   Kct.n   In   lhe  pluyeil-out fiivniii tlnu  iui.v    iii    i.: J   : .mu].i i ii  pvnvlni'i*  The renieily iniistil. Iki live stock ruln-  |.ng. Tin* kei'pliig of live stock ineniis  lhe i-rowli!'. nf i'eilih r crop;;, uinl from  t.lilii fact iiltinij will the ].'.iii,;1 he  brniighl iu omul iiguln Into n fertile,  ';������������������,:'!!! ���������'!' ��������� :-r:d !.'"::!'!." ��������� ���������:!!:!,;",  While on ti In are ,\ piiiiitnble nnd vnl-  np-ble chiM oT live mock to riilm*. Ihey  tnke 'o.iy.ifi- In e/"''ini; to innturtty and  tiiniliiK'  liito  nieiiey.  Hoi'h, on tlie other liiiinl, are more  ."���������anlly ki*|il, turn Into ineney iiiiieker,  will (.nl irosit iniythliig cl'l'r'i'od to ihem  in Ilu* w-i.v ol l'i..nl ami iii<> grein' un;.i-  Minard's liniment for sale everywhere.  "You'ro going to marry sister, ain't  yon?" her littlo brother inquired.  The young man blushed. "I���������I ���������don't  know," he replied. "That's funny,  said the terriblo infant. "Pa linr, looked you up in the rule books, nm ban  found out all about your grandfathers,  nnd fllBter hns b.egun her shopping,  eimme a nickel,"won't-you?"  f������ls..sV BURNS���������^O'Ai'"0IL-'',kr'ibsfnt-i,l-.Ii,llil..  LsiiistSitnt*** ciij |t> or olcctrlclty. Illmple,  nolsiuli>*iH. oiiorlMS, c'.e������n, siisfe, money-tsar.  J_lni,  CSuMttnteetl. Wrlto sifssrett ofllce for  Joalnloine M and leoru ho\7 to ret s\u  Alndillii Mniitlu l.nims 1 ItKi:,  isaAfiFNT^ ''���������,l* ������*"* ��������������������������� <**<>  'Jg HHshlllw on money Imck euavRntce,  notont>r������turiii������l.!itauuy[wldt*)lnoneliour  Nawsoni Hold lit In 10 calls. Oilmen sold II  lis HiUts, Helis Itswlt. Needed tueveirylioms).  lour !Sisssl>������>>ms Jlisriior ilt������ ollirr Imnpi.  ICoiiiplHldliiie for homes, stores,etc. Aist  Irnr oiii'lltiorsilssicncy proiiositlon.  IiiAxnB um* ro. ������f ah., Vo., ������t|,i��������� 127  Winnipeg, Canada.  It, is rather a novel phin that the  provincial government of Ontario has  hit. upon for increasing tho number  of country fairs and nssuring the con-  tlmmnco of the niinio. This Is in < Inform of what may bo* termed. .insur-.  ansio against rnlny weather..- The government, -doea not assumo lo provide  fair weather, but it" does onsure, tlie  fair ngninst loss becaimo. of iiiclent-  ency, as if Iho rooolptt* nre out down  by reason of rnliv the gOverninent is  to mnke an appropriation to bring tlie  rocolpts up to tlio avertige of tho two  preceding yours.  ,     , A Good Start  "Yon may joke about, women's conventions, but I think women nro pretty wise,, Now, my wifo-a club appointed a 'committee to-study economy in  dross," '  "Woll."    y ,.  "Tliey  utui'led  out by  going  musical comedy,"  to a  In Dread of  Something  You can Scarcely Tell What���������It May  Be    Hyoterln,   Insanity,  Nervous Colhpne.  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  The'Oil for the Athlete.���������In' rubbing down, tho uthelete cnn ilnd nothing liner than Dr. Thoniu''' Electric  Oil.... it renders the muscles and Kin*  ivwh pliable, tnkes the soreness out  of thorn nnd Htrongthona tliouv for  striiliiH that may be put upon them,  It,stands pre-eminent for litis purposo,  and athletes who for yours hnvo hqpn  using it cnn testify lo its vnlue ns a  lnbrlciiut.  When tho lu-i'voiiti system brenkH  down you livo in const nnt dread of  Bomotliliur terriblo nbout  to liuppen.  Phyulcnl fiuffcing ounnot bo compared to the mentnl ugonlcH of this  norvnim wroolc who fount that his  mind may glvo wny or thu. Ills body  mny bo purnlyzoil,  In  this condition you must, suffer  alono for frlondn ennnot iniilorninnil  or Hympath'.i*o with you.   'Thoy tell  you to choor up or thnt it Ih only Inland the resu t In -Rgluutlon.       ;  riiii-iluwn    null    vou'cun only throw off thia d.?pret,-  hie im evident Iuion when tho norvo cbIIh nro rcHlor-  'Miinitohu  nntl   Ilu  paid iiololy bin at  ���������* ruining of wIumt,  been u eonnlili'va,  |n.|illi||    dl     lliu  II1"'   Kl  riinr.r  ny iruiker.H  nut fii-lshi I,  ur i.,*'ii.n or  past ured i  cured  and  IMiiyod-  11 I'll, r.i | u  ill;.! Imnvi  may ho  to them  from a fieit nick in II;* winter tJme.  Hoot si mny be crown  ami ntc-eil for  1.1;cm nnil ful aho jis n v Inter fi.ml.  Fl.'Od iciii mny b"> grown, Uum en-  lu every  icrju'cl,  ay h. ; iu i, in nil';  O'ltH    l.liM-.l,   illlll  1    til 'MI.       Alfllll'll  i.liieki'il   anil  fed  ii'.'mrn oy hiicii tieuiuieiii us or.  ';���������. Merve Foeil. Yoir.' dl,*Tt*:il.h*e  hj'rKmh bim failed to supply proper  noinl.'ihmoiit to tlio narves and you  are compelled to eoclc ������Id fiom other  aout'ccH.  It will luko some pn Hence nnd pcr-  [. . .-.'.'. !r.*t t!:: *.'.��������� !: :.:> v.'.-.y  by which you enn ho ccriuiuly rontoro  'ibnith nnd vigor us by the use of [ir,  Clmno'ii Nerve Food.  The best time io restore the nervous syatc-,-; In long before such n erl-  ilonl condition M reached. Such' syni-  litoms na slooplCKHiiCGs, lieiidiu'hen.  iierviiuii InillgeHllon, miiHCuliir weak-  iii--3ii, loss of energy, I'nlliiru of liiem-  i ry unii power of concentration, Ir  illubility mul ilhicourngeiut'iit tell nf u  fiilluri* of tho nervous tiystem unit  warn you of the approach of i-eiiini.-.  trouble.  Or. (Ihntse'?. Nerve Food fill rrnts i������  box, fi bo\C!*."f(.r f'-'.r.ft; all de.ilei:, or  I'Mnifinrfi*),  llnten, .t Co., Toronio.  "Does your husluiiul over louo his  tompoj'?" "Not nny more. Me lost  it. permanently about two yenrs nftor  our inarrlitge."   ���������,  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff,  Conductor.-���������"Seo horo, don't you  know bettor dun ter pull dut strap  in dor middle',- You'll ring both bolls."  hit���������"Fnith.nnd I know thot in* woll  iih yorself. lint It's both ends of Iho  cut* 1 wnnt tor Flop,"  Diamonds front Sufla.r  It can be slnteil with perfect truth  thnt ���������������.'lump nf augur muy bo turned  Into dlamondn. N,ot all Iho ntihslniicci'  of BUgar of eoui'so, will enter Into the  composition of tho geni, but only the  carbon that 1,1 contains, Sugar consists of carbon united with oxygen  iind hydrogen.  The carbon cnn be cnslly Bcpiirnlod  out, nnd in certain experlinculs for  tlio production of diamonds, tlio sugar  c'U'bon hus been employed. The dlit-  monils so 'proiluueil, were, of course,  very siunll nnil dcHtltiite of comnier-  clal vnlue, lint still thoy were real  iM'.un<Mi').\ *in't th'* '���������lion\|("il vf-i'iilt neh-  lovod would ho no grcnt Intrinsically If ihey were iih. Inrgo uh Uio Koh-t-  nur.  The hope linr. often beei) held out  thnt nn tniprovemenl In the process  of rnnnurncturlng diamonds may bo af-  l feci oil whereby the necessity of dis-  |coltlng tho carbon In molten iron may  bo (llaixyiHoil with, nnd tho rcijulreil  eomblnntlon of grent prossiiro with  great heat may be brought nbout by  mi mo such operation as rit|iico'/.li:g the  eui'bon between red hot metnl plutes.  USING THE BIPLANE AS A TOURING CAR  One tii. mc most remarkable feats  i.ii the history of the aeroplane was tlie  recent flight of Harry Is'. Atwootl from  St. I.ouis to New York. The trip was  without mishap; almost without incident: on one* occasion only waa the  aviator obliged to alight sooner than  wits expected, some babbiting having  to ho renewed. The other repairs  were of a trill'n?.*.* nature**! The madi-  lno was oiled jlikI ,some' giisollne was  poured in il: Atwood seiited. himself,  aud the biplane soared into tbo aj*;-  llko a bird, and did not alight mitll the.  next arianged-for eU)iu)i'n������liihuiij_warJ  reached. The aviator tsML-* us that b'rfj  some of the f.Ig,ht,s ho fell, liko golivg'  to sleep. On otheis lie >;iiy>v that most  of the time he kept, his hands in his  pockets, or road a time-table���������"tho  airr was like a pool." The trip ought,  to glvo us a new.idea of the aeroplane.  It. helps briny It, out of the circus class  iumI puts it beside the train and the  steam boat.  .  The Touring Aeroplane.  The record smashing was a moro  Ino'dout '���������'' Atwootl flew 1,2155 ��������� miles  in 1.2 days.' Air 'ordinary byoiciliat.  might have mado better tlmo, bat Atwootl wa.s Jioi trying' to boat spce-d (records. As a matter of fact, he w������.s  ouly on tlio wiiifi- 28 hour������ 12 minutes,  so Uui*t liis avorago timo was about 45  miles an hour. There is no reason to  doubt tliat lio coukl have made tho  Journey ki a couple of days had --peod  been his object.������������������ Atwood wanted to  provo thai tho iiorophino couhl bo used much ;:������ tho automobile is uschI for  tondmg purpoiHt.'i. llcforo ha started  his coiii'ao wn������ mappC'd out. Ilo do-  cided to fly ������o many nillfs and then  stop nt a certain city for dinuer or  lunch, to .proceed.,' aiwl rouchlrig,nu-  o,tht',r, city at .siiclr ii. (Iim1, havo iun-  other meal, mul remain for -t.ho uh.ht.  Tills is llio sort of pi'ograninio tliat  tests tlio reUubl'lty of niaoliliu.',-!, whether thoy n.vo automobile* nr aero*  plnhCH. 'jMiIh is tlk) test that'Atwood  luis so .successfully eiiicrgod from.  Fifteen Years History  .  It was In May, ISJXi. Mint Profcwtioi*  Isuugloy fl.iit deanonslratod to a jecv  iug public that a heavier than nlr-md-  chl.no was feiiBlble., Not until :100!I  was any intorcst ni'.i'nlfi.*r.tcd In tho experiment of the Wright UroUiors, noil  then only when Wilbur Wright had ro  nialnt'd Im tho nir for 50 f-fcoutls. Two  years later tho hoIoiico hud advance-d  to a po'ait whei*o Wright wii.s nble to  travel 21 miles nnd a fraction In let's  Minn t'.ii inlnutea, This worlds record  roinnlnoil for a long time, and It Is only n couplo of yoam ngo that Paulluui  wim ablo to aRtountl tho world liy u  f tgbt of 81 miles, i'ho noxt day I.ath-  an few M inllen, anil 21 bourn litter  Faiiuun niadc It, 112 nnd won fiiuio by  staying tlio air throe hours. liiwt  year many new records wero mndo,  nnd ,hI III'moro havo gono Uown by Iho  hou rd in mi.  To Cross the Ocean  araham-Whlto, iho Hn������ll������l������ aviator,  pmdlctu that aoj-oplrmort will noon  (mosh tho ocean, Ilo drcanw of nir-  shipM a thoui'iiivil fool in length, built  to cany 1,000 paEsoagcrfl from New  Vork to .London In n slnglo day. Nobody will dtwo any thnt his vision l������  iinponslblo, CHpoeially. ttlmoo Atwood  1hi.ii shown that an ueroplano cnn bo  used aluioHt llko an automobile or a  powor boat.   Tho Twentieth Century  -   i. i   i.  I    .     .       i'i-*      -    ��������� , i  i,3   U.vs.'l^    lu   lif   liutinl   ii)    i nl..i.i.t   ...ui  the   fly .ttrr   mno.hlito.���������Mnll   and   Vim-  pi re.  mn  "ALWAYS SAFE AND s������Rr  Icelandic River,Matt., Sept. a&tls. 1910  Dr. B. J. Kundam, Co.  Deac Sin���������Wilt you pleaic raall lo  my Aildrestit a copy of your "Treatiiw.'  , on__tlie_irors___?__.t Imve-beea-u*! ii"^  KcnduU'1 Spavin Cure cudstlwirys found  It safe nnd sttre. Marino ltrleiu.  That tellfe the wlioie star*/, and it I.i  the experience tlsat hundresl* of tliou-  Kinds liave had In the pait^o years, and  it'st (lie experience you will liave���������"It i.i  tlie ouly Mire remedy"���������  For Spavin. Ringbone, Corb, SpllnS,  Swelling and All Laotnesi  SoM br Draisssjti~s)1.00 a Dottle, C  boltjei for Js."*--. Keeis' it on linud  always*, lie ready for the emergeacy.  Keudall'* sttopn the jwln, Martu the  circulation, peuetratesand removeathe  caute of the disorders. AiU for a fres-  copy of "A TreatUe ou the Horse." If  not at dealers*, t*s rite to��������� 62  .  DR. I. J. KINDHLCO,. KatUir, rails, VI.  "��������������� '  .. '"���������'���������w^gaWMWPWlHsMal  Babys  Own Soap  Best for Rih)\ best for yon  Avoid sub������Units.  ���������  Albert Soaps lul. Mfn��������� Montreal,  Try "Albert"  Talc-Violet  Scented and  antiasptk.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  JMUH.M'tNH-uOW'H 801-TIIIHll WVIUH- tlllll b������t_  uAetl for over HlXTV VHAUHliy MIM.IONH ol  MO'l'lIUUH for lheir l'.llIl/)������HN WHIMt.  THM'HINO, Willi I'KIU'UCT HUCCKSS. It  BOOTHKB tlii' CIUT.1). Ptll'TI'.NS [lie liOMtt.  AIst.AVUnlM'AlNi CORl'.rt WINUOOUC. milt  In tlit bent remedy fsir.JUAKKIItflA. , It l������ a\y  noliiloly harinlrmi, ll* mire und ij.hU for "Mra.  WltiHlow'ii Hoolliluir-Oyriiii," nnd tulie uo other  Itliid. '1'wciilyfiveceiiti.a Isotile,  4  "flow Ir your duiiHhtpr KettliiK oa  with hoi* mul^i(^.',, "Woll, it Isn't pro-  por for ino to compliment my own Rlrl,  but Hovonil of the nolKhboru told tno  thnt thoy 'often Htny nwnlie nt nlirht  llHtonlnn; to hor plnying, bo oho mttnt  j:o protty ifood.  T.'.i.h,'.,  wrlto your  Ham my.-  .r, Hmlth,  Mn roll."  ������������������"rluiniity, why ilu you  iim mo H. Smith, ���������Mnrehor?'  ��������� -"\Vliy, '.'���������nr;*** p.'i wrltei- hln  Timlor.    I    w.'iu    born    iu  Mother'** Ciravoa' Worm Extcrmlmv  tor will drive worniH from the nys-  torn without, Injury to tlio child,   ho-  fi^ifin tin neijon* icbJI" fnllv effeetlvo  is mild.  I   "Aro  full'."  I     "1)011'  j IDIISh'.'ll  tliln  you ehoHinut    hunting  I. have to.   1 no to nil Uie lHW  COII'.l.llil'i."  Secret of Lono Life  The truo Hoerot of lioiilth und Ion*  l'fo Hen In vory elmplo HiIiikk: Don't  worry.   Don't ovoront.   Don't ntnrvo.  FiohIi ulr duy nnd nltfht.   Sloop and  niHt iihiimliintly.   Buend Ie.r.i r.ei'vons  energy rneh dny nnd iiluht.   Do choor-  'ful.    "Worl: like a man, but don't be  'worked lo dentil."   Avoid pat-Mkin nnd  excitement,    Aimocluto  with  healthy  people,   irbnlth !������ eontiiKloiiH nn well  1111 diflcaije.   Don't carry   Um   wholo  world on your Bhoiildorii, far le������������ tho  unlvc-ri-c.   Nover despnlr.   "IsO������t hopp  \U a fntnl dlaense."  PURIFIED HIS BLOOD  Dr. MoriC* Indian Root Pills  Healod Mr. Wllnon's Soroa  Whrn the scweM of the hody���������liowcltt,  kidnevB und Ain. ducta--Kct clogijeil up.  the blood rjulckly become!) Impure nnd  f reriiiciitlv Bores break out over t he body.  'l'l,o \'*nif"ifi tifisl tli'-n- ft'i Mr llWinnl  Wilson,'who liven near London, Out.,  iiHiiui, is i" piuiiy Kic liiooU. lia  wiitt's: .  "I'or roiue time I hail been In n low,  deprcMeil condition, My appetite left  ine nud I soon began to suffer front indl-  Edition, Ouite a number of mnall wuc������  nud blolchM lonned all ovt-r my Hkm, I  tried medicine for the hlood ttnd used  mnny klndu of ointment9, but without  satisfactory resulti. What was wanted  wan d thorough cleansing of the blood,  nud I looked tihout.lit vr.lti for some medicine that would nccompUsh llilji,  At li't Dr. Mmiie'n Indian Hoot PJlIi  were brought to my notice, and they on  one of the mott wonderful medlclnei I  have ever known. My blood wan putU  fled In % yerr etiort time, aorei heeled up.  my IndlgeiiUon vanlsheq. they nlwayi  have n place in my home and nre looked.  upon a* the family remedy."  Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills cleansa  the system thoroughly. Bold by all  iU-jl(iiiil U.'scuUj*. ft  m  ] )  TIIE NEWS.' CUMTJEPT,A-VD. B. 0  TUSSLED WITH A TUNA  MONTREAL MAN HAS OAPfURED  A FABULOUS FISH.  SPEEDING UP.  i, K. L. Roes, Son of the Dominion  Coal Magnate Took In With Rod  ���������nd Line Last Summer th������ Largest  Flth Ever Caught In Canadian  Waters���������He Did tho Trick Trom a  1   Rowboat ������t s hat.  * Thero havo been toll fish atories before now. This one, which ia entirely  true, concerns probably tho tallest  fish ever caught by hook and lino in  any sea oi tha known world.  Tho  capture  wan  pulled  off  last  August, down in 8t. Ann's Ray.   And  It. was .a tuna eight feet long, weight  BOO pounds, that, ior four and n half  hours was -chased by Mr. J. K. L.  Ross, of Montreal, aided by "Captain  Bill" of his sailing yacht, and for a  good part of tho timo dragged the  rowboat and tlio fishermen with Mr.  Jtoss nt tho cml ol the line, and tho  boat heading wherever the tuna had !  a mind to*go.- This sounds liko minia- |  ture whalo fishing.   But the story is ,  absolutely   true;   and   it  has   takeu j  years to bring it about. !  "So Jack's landed his tuna at last!"  ���������aid a friend of tho sportsman when  ho heard of it. "Well, well I By Jove I  Ho's been after that son ol a gun for  years; at it lust summer when I was  idown there.  Glad to hear iti"  Nover beforo was a Cape Breton  tuna.caught with hook and line. This  cummer Mr. Roes landed a 400-pound-  .er with a harpoon, after nineteen  bourn of a struggle.   But he yearned  MIGHT HAVE BE������NS.  When a Torpedo Boat Destroyer Shows  , Her Paces.  .The thought of troubio at sea is always! apparent.. Certain British Gov-"  ernmi*nt yards havo received imperative orders to speed-up, though'glib  politicians profess peace and love  with much open-hcartcdncss and more  politeness. .  Behind theso grey docks there's a  olanging and ringing; sweating smiths  and riveters hurrying ceaselessly;  great cranes-swing in weird swoops;*  whilst yonder u gaunt, automatic coaler riUtiPs alongside a long cruiser in  a never-ceasing urn, blackening tho  very atmosphere, .  From thu great workfliopa behind  comes a hurried thud! thudl of  mighty hammers; dull red flames  spurt up, lighting all crimson; for  while men talk oi peace, we think of  war���������red war,  H is tho grey of evening; almost'  from the dockstdo spreads the vast  jpneo of tho open sea.  The great gates slowly open. Now ix-  bell clangs worningly; a tug.lets forth  a fihrill hoot. - A crowd ol mcohanios,  blue-garbed, are clustered on a long,  dark destroyer���������a dirty, grey moniiter,  as yet unpainted, with but ono dwarl  matt, but many heavy funnels-.. High  in the bows, low in the stem,,she is  a vessel of clever linos, but a wicked,  vicious shupe iu the gloaming.  A great throbbing, a dull, heavy  hoot irom tho long, rakish mass, an-  swered by lhe whipper-snapper call of  the tug. Then an expert in naval  uniform leaps lightly over her greasy,  rusty plates, and joins the group of  engineers on her throbbing deots,  Slowly she moves, wispa of thin, light,  oily vapor, trailing behind. .  And now comes the first real tost.  Gradually the throbbing - hum. grows  louder. It is almost deafening, the  water churned a creamy whit*. Down  below, in her stifling depths, her keen,  engineers watch every vital place���������  hor great, whirling shafts, her ingenious hydraulio casings, her steam  gauges. <.-  A sharp ring. She slides forward;  wharves, landing-stage, everything  slip past. Though hardly a strip ol  while shows under her sharp bows,  yot a hugo liner, plowing th? channel  into great whito waves, and belching  heavy clouds of smoke, is left as if  standing..  H':i* funnels vomit great waves of  trembling, light vapor; her long body  ciouch.es in tho seas. You can almost  feci the roar of lifo within-her as Hho  ionps along. Insect-like figures on her  decks stagger againBt the cyclone of  Bolf-oreated wiua. A great wave now  rises astern, against which. a white-  winged yacht, almost, submerged iii-  tin*- WRke, struggles gamely.  The horizon now is veritably grey,  THE SIUNT PdcR.-  IIQOE8T FISH SVKR CAUGHT WITB HOOK  AND LIKE IN CAKADA.  to do tho trick witli an ordinary  ���������sportsman's outfit; and ho did it--1  irom a rowboat.  Many lamoua fishermen have tried  for the Gape Breton tuna. Last maimer Col, Gonn, of California, and Mr,  V, G. Allalo, an Englishman, both  of whom are wearers of the well-known  bluo button from the Tuna Club ol  California, tried for thia' trophy in  Cape .Breton waters. Tho.Canadian  tuna waa too much for them. It remained lor the first Capo Breton tuna  ever caught without a harpoon to bo  landed by Jack Ross, of Montreal.  Mr. Rose is a son of Mr, James  Ross, ol tuo Dominion Coal Oo, Tim  ���������Roes summer homo is on Bt. Anne's  Bay. Tho Rons yachts aro known In  . all tho eastern waters. The nume o'  'Robs is well-known to almost evory,  man, woman and child in the Marl,  lime Provinces. But thero never'wit*  'a financial or industrial coup pulled  off by tlio Roms dan in Eastern Can.  aaa >iuiw so i-i'iihiinonui un this dur.  ing capture of an eight-foot, 500-pound  -tuna, caught with hook and lino from  a rowboat by J. K. L. Row-laet Aug.  ust. It was tho biggest sporting event  of tho season. The bare recital of tho  (acts sound liko a fable, If Mr. Rots  oould rolntfl his sonaaUons during that  four and a hall hours when he tut-  ���������aled with tho tuna in St. Ann's Bay,  it would mako one grand chapter tn  tho Utoraturo oi real Canadian sport,  A Geographical Possibility,  BoiontltUs asbort, that addition*!  iBlnnds nro now forming In the China  Boa to tlio nnuthward, extending toward Australia, It is u notable fact  that nil tho continents of this onrth  extend to a point nt the southern extremity with the exception nf'Austra-  lit. Australia tapers soutliwnrd beneath Iho surfuco of tho sea. Who  ean nny but that Australia "will sorm*  day becomo tho southern point oi  motlier largo continent, with ihu  Philippines and Borneo forming tbo  IrunkP  b1 ik*It.   tm  "*i������?  iT'ev   iiik!   mvstic.  Straight into tho . wide horizon-line, a  Uueiung_ black shape, she races.  " "And Jas" tho 'twihkliiTg"'^8taitr"shovr  through ' the mistiness above faintly  you see her reflected as a dull, yellow  giow in the sky, always going_on and  on.  Will she be wanted? Will she bo  in timeP You do not know; but, aa a  friendly navy man says, "'She can lick  nnything st running; so when sho  gets' pn tho job, things will hum."  The Word "Crowd."  Do you know how many words in  the English language mean "crowd"!'  To a foreigner, anxious to master  iho language, it was explained that n  crowd of ships is termed a fleet, while  a floct oi sheep ia called u flock, Further, a flock of girls ia called a bavy,  a bevy of wolves is called a pack,  a pack of thieves Ib called a gang,"  a gang of angels Is called a liost,  ana a host of porpoises is called a  shoal, nnd a shoal of buffaloes is called a herd, and a herd of children is  called a troop, and a troop of partridges ia called a .covey, nnd a covoy  of beauties is called a galaxy, and a  galaxy ot ruffians is called a horde,  and a ...horde- of rubbish is called a  heap, and a heap of oxen ia called n  drove, and a drove of blackguards is  called a mob, and a mob of whales is  o.illod a school, and a school oi worshippers is called a congregation,  nn<l a oongregntloji of engineors is call.  ud a corps, una a corua uf robbers u  called a band, and a band of bees in  called a swarm, and a swarm of people k oalled a crowd,  V       The Highest Mountain.  A ehort time ago a scientist holiday  making in Asia mado a private and  individual exploraton of the mountain  region of North Kashmir, India.   Ho  iviiinKU w'ui a tUoiy ol uavtug seen a'  mountain,  which  he made of such  great height with the simple mean's  ol cinai.iuiuii ul, iiu* dispubiil tniiv no  deemed it wise to reduce the. tigure������  , b������foro announcing his discovery, The  accuracy of his figures aro unexpectedly about to be hcieutilionlly tented.  Mriilsh and Russian geologists, huvi/  jdoeided to unite In taking tho ordlu-  |,aiiQn nurvoys in tho Pamirs, and n*  I tho mounain mentioned lies in this  I region'mid will bo subjected to solon-  I titio measurements, It will soon be  kuowit whether Uio private explorer  lias really found tho highest mountain1  in tho world, ���������  Immigration Increases.  Thero were 212.P54 imniigrsnt set-  tiers nrrivod in Cannda during tho  drat flvo monthi* of tho ourront flionl  rear April 1st to Bopt. lst. of whom  Ul.021 arrived at ocean ports, nnd  J1,H<*fl wore* from thn United State*!,  those figures show an increase of 18  per cent,, us otiiiiyaivd -.villi Li.c ,.6-.  fires for ihe corresponding months of  ast fiscal year.  During August thero were 80,115 nr-  ilvals, including 17,011) from thst  Btat*i, as against 114,777 for Aiigunl  Ust year, oi wnom to.iiaj woi������ now  lhe States,  ������il mini i imwiiiiiMi Hum-sun n mmammmf  Who Introduced It?  ' The distinction Is claimed (or the  Dnko ol Bucoleugh, who recently cel*������.  brn"vl hln .-ichtMh birthday, mid he  Introduced tlio cigarette. Into English  tooimy, hu Jvoru Umiifttii, tht* utike  Was aUn*h<>d Ia the "spwrlal mission  el Lord Grnnvlllo to attend Ihe coronation of Alexander II. In XNA, Cigarette smoking was thev* habitual In  Bt. Petersburg, but had nnt made Iti  way Into l^ndon. Lord Dalkeith lu������  koduccd It  An Emergency Role.  It was tho rocont railway etriko  which iv as nutpoiuane ior tno following incident! i\lr, Justice Grantham,  who had broken his ourney at Now-,  cmstb*.  had !iin  luggage  carried  'or  lilm by a Newoostlo solicitor copped  ... .���������     ��������� ���������     i...,......  i. "i, ,.i  "thn porter" ft Up, and tho latter re-  [marked, "This is my first tip to-day,  land 1 am glad it is from one of His  Majesty's judges. Then he rained his  I'uau, mid uio judg* ritooghunid' him.  I "wnnt, are you doing heref" he ok-  C!ii!.-T".      "I    ������*"'    br*t*    tit   bl>lp    JT!!.  my lord," was tho reply.  Humble People Who Narrowly Mine*1.  Being Monarch*.  * Whenever royal'blood is recognii'.'.'-c-  it is treated with universal .respect'  Nevertheless,., it. is   an   ludisputabl-  fact that there arc. in Gi^at Britaii ���������  to-dpy, literally thousands of person-  with royal blood in their voina wli*  occupy humblo and, in many* casi'-*  menial.positions. . And it is quite rca  sonable to assumo that, there are ii  the slums and workhouses maiiy*inm  "and women who might be loading per,  sons at Cbiirt.   . .      *       ���������   .    ,  ! .It has actually beon ascertained tliat  there uro no .fewer than 11,723 person.-  'living who can be proved to be dircci  descendants of lleury VII., our monarch in 1485.  Using, theso figures as the basis for  ,a simple mathematical calculation, we  arrive at tho astounding -conclusion  .'that, Irom tho death of Homy VII. tithe present day, there must ���������have been  living at least 30,735 persons directly  descended from tho King.  . lt'is quite.easy to follow the menus  "by which tlie "family" has become so  (numerous, and thoro is no need to  wrestle witli complex genealogical ta-  'blos.^ Henry VII. had two duuglitars,  the older ol whom married James IV.  ,'of Scotland, becoming thereby this  'grandmother of Mary tjueeu of Scots.  .Tho younger daughter, Mary Tudor,  'married, in the first instance, Loui;-  XII. of France, ,   .  Tho marriage, had been entered up.  on against her will, aud, immediately  on  regaining, her, freedom,, she cou-,  .traded a second marriage with Chariest  Uraudon, Duku of Suffolk.  Tho descendants of Mary Tud������-r  number, ut the present day, some 10,-  000 persons in a direct lino, and by  an extraordinary string of ciroum-  (.stances have kept, almost entirely dis-  'tioct. from those of her elder sister,  'Margaret.  '  ' ��������� From tho latter sprang tho Stuart.--,  who later occupied tlie Uirono, aflu  to her ail Ihu crowned bonds of Eu  rope, except those ot a tew small  (Senii-civihzed states,, can trnco their  ���������descent. From this it.will bo seen  tliat all European.monarchs uro related.  When Que^n Elisabeth successfully  revoked tho will of Henry VIII. there  were two daughters of Mary Tudor liv-  ing, who each married a nobleman.  Their children also married into other  noble families, and that, is how the  ���������wido diffusion, of royal blood was  started.  ��������� Although many of tbo deeoemlants  of Mary Tudor occupy, as has.been  stated, 'moro or less titling position!*,  there are a great number who are  scattered'amongst the-very humblest  positions iu life. The record of how  .some ol these.have como down in tht  ���������world ��������� remains. ���������    ,  ���������  ��������� Sir Richard Moore, after a stormy  .and adventurous career, spent the latr  'ter part oi his life in the humble cu--  '_racit"y~of"a*-ttuTikeyr"'-^ ' r  A similar, though perhaps slightly  moro congenial fntc, wns that of Lord  Kingsland, who earned his living as  a waiter. On hia death he left*no  heir, aud his family then came to nn  end.- - ,..._.  The claim of a certain email shopkeeper, in Mile End to be regarded us  a descendant of Mary Tudor is quite  valid; and at different times it has  biM>n ascertained that a customs ofllcor, a toll-gate keeper," and iv butoher  wero indisputably direct descendants},  Who OwiW Them?  It is1 not perhaps generally known  that on opinion expressed, half humorously,.by Lord 8alve*en at tho opening of tho Now, Gallery-in tho' Scot-  tisn exhibition in Glasgow with regard  to the ownership ol tho Orkney and  Shetland Islands is fortified by, very,  high, authority. His lordship, apeak-  ing as a lawyer, hi-not suro whether  tho islands do, not belong to Norway,  ii prepared to'pay the money for  which'they wero pledged, witb interest, for threo hundred years, would  bo;entitled to redeem' tftjm. As a  mailer ol fact, plenipotentiaries assembled at Uroda in 1089 (a couple of  centuries after the island** had come  jnto the possession of tho Scottish  orown) decided not only that tlio right  of redemption' had not thon been bur-  rod, by tho Inpso of time, but that it  was impresoribftblc. Tho islands woro  pledged in H(S8, so that interest Is duu  for nearly four and a half centuries.  Daring Animal Operations.  The grcnt foat just performed by  Prof. Wooldridge at the Zoo in setting.  thn Jracturod jaws of tho famous nlmi.  ���������rords-long python is a reminder ol  ilv: remarkable progress made ln operating upon animals.  Perhaps the- gruatoiit denial operation on record was performed upon  an" olephant in tha city of Moxico.  The acning tooth was 111 incJios Icng  an<l ,H Incnes in diameter at tho root.  Aftor tho aniinnl had beon securely  fastened with chains, his mouth wai  prised'cpon, and a quantity of eocalno  applied Ui tlcudon tlm pain. Whon  this was dono, a hole was bored  through tha tooth, and an imii'bnv  inserted. Then a ropo was twisted  nround tlio bar, and four horses woro  attached thereto to drag tho oflend-  ing mo'ar out.  The Word "Geod-Bye.  In tho changes that liavo como In  our Ittngungo wo havu eomctlme*  crowded a wholo seiiionc-j Into a sin-  glo word. Our word lor foruwul! In  ono of these'. In Shnkojtpeare'a tlmo.  ono said to his friends at ynrtlinr.  mii-iit     l^v     ...      ^  I., 1. ...ii     ......    .,.,,   haviV'rllppMl it rrioro nod moro till  now it has como to bo simply "goodbye," lint It is surely ploniiant to ro-  member when wo bid our friend*  good-bye thut wn nro saying to them  in good old Saxon phrase, "God bu  ii'ith vou."  IREUriu LuoK.NG UP.  Lord Howard de Waldtn Hates Company and' Haj a Dread cf Women.  The'-Marquis o! Qneentberry, who  recently left England for a more varied life in America,- is riot lhe only  peer who refuses to tread the path of  modern'dalliauce in- fashionable ^drawing-rooms.   More than his equal in  point oi ��������� wilful personality' is  Lord  Howard de Wnlden, who is-so tacitu-u  thnt ho is sometimes known- as tho  silent peer.   One of tho richest men  in England, Lord Howard de Wald'en  is also ono of tho loneliest and most  erratic.   His disliko of company is  generally accounted for by the Tact  that ho is tlio most eligible bachelor  in  Britain,  aud  being  a confirmed  Benedick,'he has to keep out of tho  wny  ol  title-hunting  mammas   with  marriageable daughters.   Fond of  all  sorts ot sport, tins stubborn naehcloi  takes his pleasures in a variety ot-  ways that ar������ not always associated  with tho pastimes of a baron.    For  nearly two years* ho was engaged Su  costly llt'gation with Mr. Samuel Lews'*, u lurge retail storekeeper, and one  ,-'������ the biggest tenants on his London  estate. Tho quarrel turned on Iho ob-  Henri** laws governing tho holding of  urban land, and tho ca?o filled columns of the newspapers in ihe early  Ipnrt ol this yoar.   It had all tho thc-  atneal intcroit of a' tussle between  ���������uristoeiuey and democracy, and per-  (laps that waa why Lord Howard <!���������'  SVnlden'kept 11)0 legal proceeslings going fer such'a'long timo, for lie Is  intensely interested   in   tlie theatro,  and has financial'interests in more  than ono London playhouse.   At tho  present time he is taking an active  iutorobt   in tho Hay-market Theatre,  und   in   his   newly-acquired   Welsh  homo ia cod&ldering a bunch of new  play* Irom aspiring dramatist-.*, known  and unknown.   He is also author of  a play 'm blank verse entitled "I.aur-  al," which \v:is produced at the Playhouse Theatre in May, 11)08. and ran  lor two nignts only.   In athletics hia  chief pursuit is fencing, and- he is as  expert with ihe sword as any man in  England.   And ho is as well known in  tho race truck, as he is in tho fencing  gymnaaium',  for  ho  hns had  horses  running iu nearly all tha big races  since 300'i.    The  tilent peer  ia  the  only prominent member' oi his ordir  who did not, indulge in a little amateur ?*M*ll-bi:Klirig during tho constitutional iirugglo be'tw&en the House*  of Commons-and tho House of Lords.,  Although tho founder of his line took  K leii-lir**; part in discovering the Gunpowder Plot; and his grandfather W'*9  a distinguished diplomatist; he has  uho wn no inclination whatever to bo a  ���������politician poor, though lio has very  definitG-vit-ws on public affairs.  Salt Lakes  In  Britain.  Tin* existence of salt" lakes and  descils in Britain in -ore-glacial times  Vas-stiited_by__W^W.^attsL professor,  flf geology to the'Imperial Collego of"  ���������Science, at the- Royal Institution, to  ibo shown by tha ''peculiar geological  .features of Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire. It. wiib by far tho . oldest  lanclaeuvm known in Britain. To-day  where tho marl had been swept away  jhy denuding agent!?, the rocks pro-  'truded in peak's, and in some cases  tho rocks were . harder .than,, steel.  Tho rcMunblftneo of tho scenery to  deserts in Arabia, ho ������aid. went tf,  show that in tho pre-glaoiul period  thero must havo beon deserts in  Britain occupied by &alt ae.****. As ft  further proof ��������� of Iho existence of  deserts ages   ago,   ho   '.ml'icnted   by  Schools Which Are*Laying Deeply the  Baeis of Economic Success.  "1 camo across ;i few weeks ago ore  of the 'most delightful scenes |>osii-  ble," writer a woman who hns boon  traveling extensively in Ireland.  "Driving througu lovely pnrK-liKc.  country in tho north of Ireland, L'  came to an old country mansion, with  beautifully woodod grounds *>lopitig  down to the rivor, and in tho sun*  abino hundreds of daffodils wero danc-"  iug and sparkling, and everywhere  about tho place busy, happy girk hur-  Tying to and fro, chattering or singing.*  Here is the explanation.  The. Department, of Agriculture and.  Technical    Instruction    for    lrciand  (known not by this slumbrous tit!",  (but, as tho Department.) bought this  country mansion nnd turniM it into a  training collego for \\union, trainius.  them not only iu di-mi'siic cciinomy.  but  ln  Eevcrol    branches    oi    farm  ���������work, such as milking, dairy work,  /tbo caro ot poultry, pis*, etc.  lnstnui  'of attempting to loach a number of  6iris how to "make laei* -- at which  they will probably earn only $1.-5 a  ���������week liven when trained, und havo to  neglect  homo  work���������they   nr������  trailing girls to do their own hoifla and  farm work, nnd as one consequence  tho export of butter and eggp is going  up by leaps and bounds, and the effect  i^n tlie home lifo will snerdily be seo::.  ' -*'Mo--t of' thero  domestic   training  'college?, of which-there aro several,  larc intended to train farmers' wives  ���������and  daughters ior, their own home  iife, but m some teacher* are trained,  fin otherB  servants,   and  ono  at all  .".vents is more esptcially intended bu*  'hotter educated girls, sn������l is only open  Ito thoso who havo parsed the usuul.  'school* or  oolks/c ��������� examination!)  fcuc-  cc&isfully.   Tho nsloniiiiing   thing in  the lowncss of tho ieon.   They vary-  slightly, but as a rule excellent board,'-  lcaging and instruction are given ioi"  a littlo more than  J15 tho session,  which la3ts  nbout  ten  weeks,  three  sessions makiiig the college \ear. Tho  length of training varies, not only according to the.   pupils   abilities,   bu*.  according to her future career,   fioiiis.  K>i the colleges admit duy pupils fro.\  'otlwrs muke a small charge; in sonie  gardening.is taught, in addition to the  other , subjects,   and  in   all,  though  utilitarian     instruction     nece.-r-ariiy  holds the chief place, the literary side  in not lost sight of, ������nd no effort is  spared lo keep high ideals, in view.  - "The Department   has   also   established technical   schools   throughout  Ii eland, In thew* the classes are open  alike to man and women. The largest  and ftnotn in Ireland is that in Belfast, where thero are close upon 600  'students of both sexes, and .ill stges  irom 1*1 .to 15 upward.   In connection  with all the t'chools and colic*-*:* there  are numerous  scholarships open  by  competitive examination, and giving  'freajlnstruction���������(and-oIten-inainson-.  ance) in whatever subject iho scholar may wtsn to specialist1.  There ���������������<?  also itinerant instructors, both male  Vicl female, who go about the country  districts holding agricultural, domestic or other classes."  IS ONLY TWENTY-ONE  BUT  -JOHN   REDMOND'S   DAUGH-  TER IS A DRAMATIST.  Great Irish Lender's Ability Shows Up  In the Rising Generation When  His Daughter Writes a Successful  Sketch and Has Been Engaged tx>  Produce ������ Complets Play For o  London Theatre.  . The literary ability of .lohn Redmond, leader of tha Irish Nationalists  in the British Parliament, has descended Ui hia daughter, a prettv  young woman who is only 21 years old".  Somt. timo ngo a sketch written by hoi  and   entitled   "Falsely   Trui"   wai  MISS   nKUMOXl),  produced at the Palaco Theatre, London, and proved such a succrsB tha'.  the. manager ha? engaged her io vrit-**  a play for his thealre. Tho honor Is  on" which any playwright might frcP.  covet and those wno Know Miss lied-  mond arc sanguine that i-hc will acquit herself creditably and produce a  wiirk caleiiliited to enhance her fnme.  \,  peati:  llenn  A Bishop's House.  Tha official residence of the Bish-  iijps ol Oxford, to which .Sec Dr. 6oro  'lias been recently appointed i-- a most  iuftocesible place, and the late bishop.  .Dr. Stubbs, was most desirous of sr-15- .  ing It and moving into Oxford.   The   -to h-Jo got.rid of a' that weary, windy,  "Ecclesiastical Commissions, howaver,   wiistefu' trash sff yer stomach." ' "  The Old and the  New.  .  Lord Rosebery excused himself from  making a long speech at a celebration of the quincentenary of St. Andrew's University in Dundoe, by men-,  tiomisj. that ho had listened to !>������*���������  tween 80 and 100 speeches, and iv-  .ting a story told to him by' Sir  y OampbelMUnnerman during a  former visit to tho city.  "Sir Henry Campbcll-B.-innernian  iti... to me, 'Did you ever hear tin*  story ������)f the old minister and flie  young minifcter?' stated Lord .Rosebery.  "1 nold 'No.'   He s.aid:  " 'There was a young minister wlio  thought he v,**is'very eloquent, and  "WhTTTjair-rerj��������� ambitious:���������Thc-young���������  mini-tor ni>ked the old niinii*tor t**  come and hear him preach a magnificent sermon.  " 'When ihey returned to the vestry ho waited expectantly for K<uit?  cpiiipliment from the old minister,,  which did, not come. The old minister sat. with beetling blows, lookinj*  rt liim���������ihofio beetling hrowu for^  which Dundee and its neighborhood'  ore famous*-. At Inst tho old minister  did break silence, and -.aid, "Ah,  mon. ye must.be a prood mon the day  in  wh\.m  most, of  tlio ecclesiastical  meaiVa\7si'ide7"t'ho''smoorhne39 of u  property iu Kngland is vested, rcfuv  Mlushreoms VVant Much ftaomi  An Illustration of th������������  nnuirkHblo  lifting powor of mushroomi has occurred at IlrUtol, Kuglond.  aii unpiiHii iiaiciiKisi/ tn the St,  Judo's district recently began to bulge  upwards, nnd soon afterwards tno  heavy mass split Ul ttvtul planus,  -i*Th������ causo of the upheaval was  found to bo growing mushrooms, of  which some two pounds were gathered  from a small space beneath the pave-  uieui.  Referm In Egypt,  Reforms In Hgypt and tho Levant  havo improved tno publio administration, developed national resources ond  uplifted the people, exciting private  ���������?nterprisi������, stlmulatlna local energy  and advancing morality.  King a Prebendary,  It may nut bo generally known thnt  f i King Is a Welsh prebendary. Il*i  is a Prebendary ol 8t. David's Catbc  dra), Pembrokirshlre, and, as nucli,  l������ entitUd to sin annual ealary ot iti.  mihiber of the rooks in Charnwood  Forest, Their polish, he EiiUl, could  only havo boen produced by the  action of the wind drifting sand  (against, them. From vastly ancient  'days'--tho marl bad preserved tha  ���������original rooky'landscape...  Stopping Women's Gossip.  "Too fast���������too ..jumbled; can't..tell  what thoy aro driving at.. Nothing  liko Ilia ordered core and clear arlicu-  lation of my young days." Such was  -tho comment ol Bir Talton SyUes, the  rootogcnnriiui, who recently paid his  isceond vltit to tho Houso of Com-  moils, on Purlianientnrff mothods end  milliners of to-dny. i.!Y Tatton paid  ibis flwt visit to St, .Stopben's In 1842.  whiin the Commons sat* in tho Panned  Chamber, botwoen the burning of tha  old House and tho building of tho  new. Sir Tatton is a man who prides  'himself on. his eccentricities. When,  some years ago, hn built now cottages  on his ostalo, ho forbade tho tenant*  ia uso the front doors because he  objected ��������� to the ��������� women gossiping in  jiublio. Ilo nlao discoimigmi his cot-  ;tagsr.������t growing flowers in their front  gardens, declaring that Uio epsee is  better ououpiod by cubbagei..  Origin ol Scotland's Einblom.  . Tho origin of tho lh!*llc as tbe na-  itlonul-badgH o! Scotland Is thus given by tradition: When the Danei in-  Vndicl Scotlnnd it was deemed imwny.  liko to Httii������;k tha enemy by night,  inalend ������il m pitched battle liy day |  >bul on one occasion the invaden  \rlcd a uigUl aU-vck. lu order to ������m.'  Ivent their tramp being heard they  {marched barefooted and tlmy had inc.  'cccded lu creeping cloro up to tho,  SooltUh forci>a unobierved, when one  of them stepped on a thistle and uttered a orv of pain. Tho alarm wss  given and tlm iiitiick was beaten off,  Out of gratitude tho thlstlo was adopted us the ���������Insignia o Bcotlend.  Wist Saw.  AuibiMiislor -lames Ihyce.wai talk-  1HR at a ti-JCpliylk ui WivsiilsU;���������;.';  about tbe abulitlon ol "birching' at  Kton, the famous Hngliih school. ���������  *-"l nm glad,' Mr, Bnco aald, "llial.  Kton boys will be no longer blivhad.  T nnt afraid that ������ou..a cf tho masters  jof Jltou hnv.vhltneiti', t'eiieveu tuo  'itrongly In Ihe apothegm,, 'A puyli s  leslremlly is a teacher's" opportunity'."  (     - *am*mmpmmt*a*Mmm*immJtma**a'a������* amm n'W*  A Clever Trio,  Tha recent appointment <jf fir.  TOdgeway at WsUu ol Salisbury u-  calls Iho faol that he is one ol three  ,ckwi brother*., Out cf tt.������������e Is the  'present nishop of ChlohaaUr, ind another Is 8tr Josaph West Rldgeway,  wli > hns held important diplomats  oflloes and liy been Goveruor of  Cftykub.  ed. nft^r their kind, to sanction po  eminently _ reasonably tx proceeding,  and insisted that tha bialiop-imut redd o. at Ouddeudon ���������Palaoe���������as tho place  is named-1-a3 his predecessors had  done. Whereupon Dr. Stiibbs, wh<)  was not only a. very learned, but uho  a vory wise and witty man, gave vent  to'his disappointment in ft most  amusing poem, oomparing-himself to  Alexander Selkirk, one itau/.a of  wnicn runsi  "X am out of. tho reneh of the rail,  I must tako nil my journey, nlone,  There Isn't a horso within hall,  I'm obliged to keep four of my. owl i  Tho lads, who look after each beast  My Hat with Indifference see,  They don't leem to caro in the leact  For my Gaiters, or Apron, or Me."  New Lord-ln-Waltlng.  Lord Willingdon, a new Loid-in-  Waiting*to tho King in succe^don t.i  Lord .Colehrook, C.V.O., who hn*  Iieen nmiuinted Captain of the Honorable Corns of (kiiUemitu-nt-Arrn-y  ,wus foruinrly a well-known and popu.'  lor member of tlio Hou������,o of Comiuona  wlien lie wss Mr. I'"re������mati Thoma*,  end reprcfcented (list Hnitlnga ami  then Hodmin, in Cornwall. Ho wa*  for flftfflii years in tbe Busccx Artil-  lary Militia, is a-major of tin* Sussex  y-somnniy, and was uide-da-cninji to  Esrl Jlrasitsy while governor of Victoria, For a vory brief pcrlwl lie  aoti-d an a Junior Lord of tha Treasury, and IflHt year wnsi rHlswl to tba  peerage.  !Lady WiUiiigdoii. whom h������ married  in IhW, 1*, thu yr.ungert dnughter of  'fieri Rrusst'y, \  Mall to Yukon,  After tha first of .Octobur, rentiii,-  tions wero placed on the Iind <>f mail  to tlio Yukon, lo bo fcout onwurd fr*^iu  White Hor e. This is owing to tiie  doting of navlgnli'iii. All li-ttrr.i,  postcards, slngk-wranped iiewhpapcafl,  '        ���������     .,'      I . 'IT     I   ,.      I    ,,..,..,. I  , I  l,^..,.>l.v...������,     .,,.,,      .....      . ���������    ��������� ���������   ���������  Lut r,s"wl'*--m-,''*rt-, *)x>\ ri^rl.'sd'.eals *'-,ii  to iiswfdnalers for trade In bulk, boois-  Hiid mercliaiu i������.o, circular*, pattuniii  end samplra im* vxcliu'/'d. 'lhe )*.ii-  oi!s may bo ofiil to Whit.* lL������ri������ by  mail, U> be transformd tberu to thn  I'*'.".;:** ".-���������������������>������"������������������'<' ������.'i.l '^'i* fii'i.nri'isetit  will trsnsfsif tli''in to the!i! ,|uin.ij*|.  ing agencies lln-re, but assumo no  resv'^dbUlly,  Tl ii     - .. i ii Sim ij -if -i-i. r 1���������'  Literary Habits,  One of tho slowcu literary worl.tti  Js Mr. ���������!. W- Tlar'-r,-, m!"s likni In *')<���������������  .for two hours u dny und no iikiv.  Wr. .Tr*rorne K. ,l'*r.!in<i wsirls wbut  ho f*>t*ls I'hf ft. Mr W, \V. Jacoi-4  consld*r������ ITiM wini* ii|ulti������ tx K<������<id  day's work, \-;nli* Mr, Kraui*f������;rt  Moore writis n book at a spr.nt, and  then goes tor a tong hoiidav.  Tha Tallest Temb In England.   .  ' Near tbo well-known seaport of  /���������jouthnniptoii, England, there is a re-  mn.rl-.ablo edifice Known as Petersen's  singular becnusa it marks the buryi:*g  placo ol a. certain John Petersen, a  wealthy tca-pJaJilcr. The man an-  iwui's to have been ralhcrnu eccentric  individual, and In order to prove to  tht world hl-s belief in conerote as a  buildiug material,' set about the con-  sti'iiotion of lids great toWer. Thf;  building took many yearB to c-impleli*,  but is-enfirt-ly of concrete, and by the  time tho ftna) layers had.boen plac:<l  had reached an altitude of more thon  f������ii) feet. It ia'abum Jorty yi*ar������ am*  .the tower tvas ereetes.1, and its pm-  <ut condition' is certainly a justification of the faith of tho builder. As  lif..', beeu indicated, Petersen loft In-  f-.tnii'tions that his body hhouid be  placed undor the tower, and-this was  accord iugly cairicd out. Another de-  '..:i':> tnat tno onamher at the Biunrnit  rihiTiilsl contain a light was defeated  Ly the Jinn stand which Trinity  |slou������e*. 'lliu llghlhousc anthoritv, tool  mi ibo rnatt'.*.r. Such an illumination.  v.c-.ild hnvo been visible for mll*i  out nt fi-a, and would naturally have  proved very misleading to tailors.���������  ricl-Jiiiiiic American.  '. Chairman el Liverpool Oemtnlttee.  ' Lundoncri well remember Mr. Tom  (Maun, chairman of lhe strike cuin-  JtviHtci* st Liverpool, for it whs the  great dock sWlko ol ISS-S which first  hrcugbt him Into prominence. In fact,  he thiow hlmaelf into the work oi  urganlr.ntlou with ho much energy and  rnthuainsin tliat on tlie day of vie  t.>ry lio was elected preiWcnl of th'  Docktr**' Union. Here is his autobl.i-  graphy In br'.rt up to the age of 21."  Worked on farm from nge of nitio to,  s'inu'ii; ilnwii lnliiii (iii.l i4i pit-biuili.  eleven fo'fourteen} served kvcii yours  ���������niigiiH-friiig In Uirinliigbtinij s*tfli*(t*  In f.'itvjfsri )W77. Ultiirniis'ly Mr. .iiain*  went, in Am-triilia, Ills Iri'iinis gav*  him thiii.: vcurs to be bad; iipiit. JL*  "trttick  it    for nine, nnd iif* iijI  st:;i;sv Inc. i.iuc ni.n i^-i'ii   ,..;<.!..  Huxley on M������n,  I'r J. Iluylf'-t- onco ' wrots* t.i Mrs.  W. K. Clifford' about men, "J'li*>y an-  vc-ry ���������justn* dnlmiiis ������������������ n mlalure ul  Ik-vm- tietvistisnei's, niv ������tuliboriiii'*4i  nml <"'iini'! niiuK'i*, wit ri ������n isugn imn.  bing about uiicxiK'etedly like tbo apple  iu tin* |'i;jm.*t, ii ml wlit-n iliry can d������  r-ifit'tjy, iin they please they aro very  iiHnl \*i driv������."  Caravans Hie Hebby.  Mr .hiiU.C" five f-njs tbtie i������ iiot'.i.  ing ���������������,<> rt'S'Iul to the brain and body  hi is i.nia.ur. hsilidai* II ir.varlably  ������������pi*t:-Jj4 pan sj| tho Lr.iig Waiinri its  ,r������ ctravim without a sing!* ������ervatit.  iWiiit ins ti������wu'<<fttik;<-ig, ������a>bijig-u|^  tii>i iif<J-inaU(iiit. THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  i.-.^. trnvaammaammTmi  ->   I  ������-.,V������T**Ji������-M    UtlU  XMAS GIFTS  XMAS GIFTS  63  What gift could you imagine more sensible, or  more to be appreciated than a nice piece of Furniture. There is always something appropriate to  give, aud it is an ever constant reminder of the  Our-������  giver.  China CaMnots range fiom  rreesora and Stands from.  Itookera from.   .  Extension Tab.QB tr m....,  Couohoaf.om ..,,.....  ...  Sideboards from   Dolls,  Toys,   Etc.,   Ktc.,  ...?....$18 to 385  ...,.....$15 to $50  .......$ 1  to $8.50  ,.......,$10 to $25   $Q   to $30  ... ,$aoto$eo  on show next week.  ^imswismi  : WATCH   FOR  THE  BIG  SIGN  A. McKIHlTON McPhee Block, Cumberland  . - - o  s-aaraciwMuwu^ -  =t|  (?)������������������<jX3><sxs:  ���������^tI   ^SXsXsX&SXsXs)������^ C&sXSxSXSXsXSS'^^  m.   nif\. ���������,,  PASHICMABLG   TAILOR  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  taij.or made   suits  FROM   ������20.00   TO ������35,00,  Gleaning  and Pressing  DONE AT  Reasonable Prices.  I!=:  Phone 52  Cumberland B.C,  Happy New Year  This year it was "Merry  Christ mas" all around. Fat  turkey, with the usual sundries,  furnished the inner man delight,  the social spirit was given play  in many ways, and in "fact the  day was a happy anniversary.  Anything like a. full account of  the social happenings of the day  and evening cannot be given.  Time aud space forbids; but  never was the day more universally observed in our ci ty.  As we are about fo let go of  the old year we realise that to  most of us it has been a kind  year.���������to a few the dark side hrs  been turned, to others the sunny  side.    We must not forget that  , upon the homes of some of our  readers,siuce last Christmastide  a   shadow has fallen,   and  the  'mantle of sorrow has wrapped  the inmates in its sombre folds.  Other homes are like the empty  ueststhathang on^tlie withered  bough���������desolate because the life  jj*ms***t*j&**^*#&^^ N^^M*������������^v>������^fr*&������*y%y  ; MAROCCHI ;;6r6s  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Tommy's Bicycle Shop  ��������� * ��������� ���������     - //'*  H. N&kanishi, P^op.  *iH"FH-'H,i,'H'riV'H,*H,4'  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������   '  icycles, Sowing Machines;  Guns, Etc.. Etc,  Plumbing Done.  __n  and song went out with the birds.  _Ne\v homes have been made������������������  new lies formed and old ones  seveded, but inour onward march  it is not well to stop to measure  the load each one carries. No  life is either all Sunshine or all  storm, If the new year brings  prosperity, let us rejoice; if adversity, let us be brave. Let us  be thankful that "our lines have  fallen in pleasant places; that -'it  is as well with ns as it is," and  use our utmost endeavors to make  this a happy year. Let us" quick  ly turn over the sad page and  look at the bright picture thut  aw.'ils us. Let us quickly pene  trate nny cloud that may float  o'er onr pathway uud view at  len-jfli the beautiful, silver lining  beyond.  S.  S. Oowioliiui will Mil 8 p. m,  Saturday, 2ih'd Dee,, from Van.  oouv'-i', Hetiiniiiii; will leave Comox 10 a. in., and Niuniimo nt  (5 p. in, on Siimi'tv, arriving buck  in Viitic isvnr ut Si.80 j������. in, Her  trip to Pm! Hurvov ami wny  jH.iii.iH on Mondny. l2sr)tli, will ho  ciUK'-'lled,  WANTKn���������Twidmr foi-Suml  wick nclinsil, first or Hoeoinl t*\iw,  S,i)u*y   SHS.OO,    Apply    L,   U,  Clifl'f, Secretary, Sand wick, B. I.!.  The Ladies' Aid  The old church  bell  had   long  been cracked; ������  Its call was but a groan;  It seetn'd to sound a funeral knell  With every broken tone.  -'We need a bell,' the  brethren  '   said,  '���������But taxe3 must be paid:  We have no money we cau spare-  Just ask the Ladies' Aid." '  The shingles on the roof were old,  The rain came down in rills;  The brethren slowly shook their  heads  And spoke of "monthly bills."  The chairman of the board arose  And said, "I am afraid  That we shall have to lay the case  Before the Ladies' Aid."  The carpet had beeu patched and  patched     ,  Till quite beyoad repair,  Aud  through the aisles aud .bu  ���������        the steps  The boards showed hard aud  bare. ,    '"  "It is too bad!"' the brethren said;  "An effort must be made  To raise an interest on the  part  Of members of the Aid,"  Bicycles for Salo  and Hire*  P.O. Box 360  Local agent for  Cleveland, Massey-Hanis  aud Perfect bicycles.  Telephone 7-0  .Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines aud Liquors.  SECONDr STREET  IaafmM)^^^*^*^*^iifl^a^ammta^il*f^*-*aaMaaayfamMi a)A&*aj0maa^*ifmfa\tt9ma\mmKa*am\  was be-  The-preach er 's"stipel  hind;  The poor man blushed to meet  The grocer and the butcher as  They passed him on the street:  But nobly spoke the brethren then  "Pastor, you shall be paid!  We'll call upon lhe treasurer  Or our good Ladies'Aid.  ���������'Ah," said the men!���������������������������lhe way lo  heaven  Is long and hard aud steep;  With slopes of ease on either side  The path Mis hard to keep.  We  cannot   climb the heights  alone;  Our hearts are sore dismayed;  We ne'er shall get to Heaven at all  Wi-hout the Ladies' Aid!"  ���������Christian Endeavor World.  Xmas Presents  A Stock of over  to Select From  Xmas Presents  INGS, DIAMONDS,  WATCHES, FOBS, PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVERWARE,   LOCKETS, BROOCHES.  BERT  ASTON  -T-HE-JEWEI^BOX-  yA^*^������**^*^AAA*^^^^*WW/|i^WWVWWq  If you want Cheapest and Best patronise���������  K. ABE & Co.  No, 5 Japanese Town.  Fine Groceries, Dry Goods,  Candy, Fruits, Etc., Etc.  I have 3 fine Baths, complete, white enamelled ware, good quality, cost ������45.00 each,  Now $35.00 each  SAAAA^ATWWVWVVW'W^  Js\Mllll!l!llllll!!!l>llllllls1liU)t!ll!lllllllllim  " *~ ~" Reaorve $7,200,000  Capital $0,200,000.  Next to Tarbell's Store.  1   The Royal Bank of Canada,  ������    1 DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  1 OVER   THE    WORLD.  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  I at highest Current Hates allowed on iHpoHts of $1 and upwards.  I CUMBERLAND, B. C, Bionch, Open Daily.    .  I UNION WHARF, B. 0,,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays  g D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  I COURTENAY,   B. C,    Branch,   Open Daily.  j WM. HOFP, Manager.  %IIIIIUI������IIIRaillHltlllllllllll|llllllllllUllllli!llll!i!!llllllll!lUlltllllllUH  hleii Vs. Single  FOR SALE���������40-two months'  old pigs. ii\. er.eh. Apply Robert  Sollnu, liovndy Island.  WANTED���������Teacher for Min-  to soli'io!.    S.'tl-ify    $(15,    Apply  A. Siimiuvilii',  \>.C.  WANTED  Diiti-  Box I Ciimlvrlnnd  ..?>....  \!  UC i'ii  1 i.'iii'in.'i' ior _w-1  t'l (*.!'. |'l'������*tl('<'     till*  .,    ' ,������     .... ')'!'������������������  ���������'. ���������f.-vno. ;-i ������u������.������t ny, (.htmjcrliuid,  Norinc,  ". !i' -,nnui,l tin*,''' nj nf tlie Co-  ln<-.\' Ci'-.;irU'iy A*������.* Delation Ltd.,  will bu liei'l in t'.u Ajj-i'icuhui'iil  Had, Courtenay, <"\- Thm>:d.U',  Jmiiinry l&tli, J'.Hil af' H p. i���������.  Wil.   l'O.N'CAN,  Sccrfilwv.  Singles Win by Score of 2 to 1  The above tenuis met at the Y  in an exhibition game on Xmas  Day. The weather was fine, aud  l-.'iig before the game about 100  anxious spectators lined the  ropes. To keep the crowd in  H'ood humor the second eleven of  the Cumberland baud 'played a  few selection1*,"which were much  appreciated. At 10.30 a.m, the  married men tool; the field, led  by their stalwart captain, Ellis  RugeiH, followed a few seconds  Utter hy the unmarried men, who  looked a fine team. Referee Sttt-  tie soon had the teams lined up  nud Ihe game started, the married men facing a strong sun. In  the first minute Richards looked  like scoring, but his shot went  over. ,',Thcyoungsters, however,  were soon at the other end. nnd,  wnt 11 well plucut tM-i'ir uus.se-1 a  jn'.uid clinnr'--. Shortly before  hri'l'-'iuH* the y'>*'m*yl'i'!' :;:*i>!���������."-,],  a fine pa;*:-'. iVnni )'.i;*y'i In- ,'-.>'  I,.' , .:.v.:l ' '!,. I.::..., ,u...  was piajing a great game. No  iiunf sores.  After a brief rcst the play was  resumed, The married men set  to gamely aud clever play 011 the  part of Orr (OW Jock) brought  the scores level. After this the  game became one of the fastest  ever seen on the Island.   Niehol-  !IIIIIHilUlnlllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIUUIin!llllllllllll|IUIIII!llttllllilllll!lllllllll%  Anxious lo succeed? To start in business for  yourself, at present impossible lor lack of  capital ?    If so, young man, will you entrust  lhe sum of 83 cents a day for a limited period  to the care of Western Canaiu, and let  her work for you to give you the start you  are looking for, Our great Combination  Town Lot. Offer will stand the \t.ictest investigation, Mail a.Postcard-and DO  IT NOW!  Da r ORDki. courtenay, b.c.  V/fllKiHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIlllllU  attendance, he was^soou able to  resume.  1  ff  Fifteen minutes from  time Freer scored 11 -atlicr doubtful goal. The old fellows claimed  off-side, but the referee thought  otherwise. Time aud again Richards, who was playing the game  of hi* life, came near scoring,  and it was only the clever goalkeeper. Micky Williamson, who  kept him from finding the net . .  The finish came with no further scoring,  aajnammamiawVatitfWaxaaam^  MOVING ?  Pianos and  1; URN 1. TU UK  i'leiglii, Wood a iii I Coal Hauled  "IDEMEIW.  Cumberland Hall  Thursday, Dec. 28  C. I������. WALKER Presents  And Company  In Friusley Sheridan's Brilliant  i Comedy  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir avenue  cum erland,  ���������aincs_n_*an_____M  V. BOflO^A.  LUholesale Dealer in WljMES, LIQUOR & BEEl?  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spring in the history of Comox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to Jhe supply. Nothing pays better than  poultry, if they are rightly managed. Begin  with the little fellows and fied them CHICK  FOOD, which is a ���������mixture of bone meal, wheat,  oats, corn'nnd othor guaiu, cut nud blended in  the right proportion to make them thrive nnd  grow,    For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.  DliALER IN FLOUR AND FEND,  I  R. HORNAL PHONIC 5 7  Windermere Ave.  OUDUkS .TAKUN  l-'OR NUT   C0AI.  Tlie following arc the winning  numbers iu the drawing  which  took place nt T. I), McLean's ou  Saturday night  last:���������is',   305,  .'on wns laid out, but afu*r being l Mrs  .Merrifield, 2nd.   2r\\\  3rd,  attended to by the  Cumberland iU.   The winning numhei in the  ��������� 1  auibulauce corj������s,   which was tu drawing for the pillow is 52.  *,i.ii.K's'.Uii .jceiiie )i,(piipnji-r*i  HaiuLome Cosutues  Reserved vSc*ats on .������ale at A, H.  1'eacey's Drug Store:  Reserved seats:���������81.00 and 75c,  Geneial admission, 50c,  ! CUMBERLAND   CAFE-  JACK k RICHARDS  IV'pri'-tov������\  From one-tenth to on������-fifth cenli pet  mite eovert tlie cm! ol oprnttag a  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  HOTOr.  CYCLE  Th*������ll������nlOr������yl'������llew  Thii mwhino is nlwayi mdv lot a  hurry-unlriporapleMuro mn. Will do  the road work of 3 liorui. No eipeoie  when Idle. We -would like lo (sill you  , more about the attaint iport in tha  world.   Come in and vn ut,  THOS. PIJWtCY,  DrAUP*      Victoria. B.C.  ������������������If you gel i  ai I'.uukV.s a s ALL UltillT."  PH -Wo Do KopRirirur  ._fm.mmlm_mm MSJIMBMsl  iODbMIMII  m  j  wm  mm

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