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SUiiSCttiPTIGN $1.00 A Y.-.A.'t  The Store  of Quality  The Store  Of Quality  THE-B1G STOtLE  Watch this Space  F  -FOR*  XMAS SHOPPING  -VALUES-  An Immense Range of Every  Line to Choose From.  inpin  ^  M!m  ���������^WMMk������Ivli*<U'������ *"���������������. > *?_.;__.;%-  te6.A&&if,l$r'p$.f\ r-.'i;  ','**> .-*���������*��������� rt  SANTA'HAS ARRIVED  THE CORNER STORE  WATCH   THIS   SPACE  ���������FOR���������  CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES  h  mtn^,matuajy**Mr\  Simon Reiser & Co,, Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Cumberland.  Locals.  "WANTED���������Teacherfor Sand  wick school, first or second class.  Salary   $08.00.   Apply   L.   R,  Cliffe, Secretary, Sandwick, B. C.  .FOR SALK-0 young heifers,  just calved, also 2   brood   sows,  Apply Carwithan Ranch, Court*  ���������onay.  S, S. Cowichan will sail 8 p. in.  ���������Saturday; 28rd Dec,   from Van*  *couver. Returning will loavo Coniox tO a.  in,, and Nanaimo at  ������������������Op,m, on Sunday, arriving hack  in Vancouver at 0,80 p. in, Her  trip to Pott Harvey and way  points on Monday, 25th,  will bo  ��������� ciiucollod.  Mr/Samuel MeLood, brother of  Mayor MeLood, is ill at tho Iiob*  pital .'with bronchitis.  i i a      '���������  \V, Merrifield urflved homo  from a visit to Seattle on Sunday.  , .in i        i i      .0i.ipni mi  ii   .  *     Sam Sboro has  sold  out  his  ������nl*ion buainoas on Govornmont  .jbiroot, Victoria,,  Mayor MeLood nrrivod homo  ��������� on Sunday from a business trip to  'Victoria.  -wm *  Rolinrt   Grant    arrived  I from Victoria on Sunday,  l-omi������  Mr. and Mra. J.   R, Johnston,  ^/Sunday's incoming steamer.  A littlo more courtesy shown  Uo visitor*! nt onr public  Jiotpitnl,  'v would he in order, and wry much  ���������rnppreciiitcd.  V  ChUbb-m'* tiiu*) lu^t week, wa**  imr oh account ������if tlm iixu affair  with Mr. D-dl.w, hut for   an   a������  turtle upon Mi's. Uatloi.  if  SUCCESSFUL BANQUET  AND CONCERT  The banquet and concert given  in Grace Methodist Church last  Thursday evening drew quite a  crowded house and was a very  decided success From six o'clock  till nearly eight the crowds  thronged about the well laden  tables, doing justice to the tempting vi'-nds tastily spread before  them, The concert following the  banquet consisted iii the first part  of a merry cantata, "A Trip to  Kurop*," in which the children  performed their parts exceeding  well. Miss Annie Reece gave an  excellent characterization ol an  elderly maiden aunt iu charge of  the party, and little Beatrice  Bickle captured the audience  completely in her role of "Baby."  The second part of the program  opened with an instrumental duet  cleverly rendered by the Misses  Frame. A vocal duet by Miss  Reynolds and Mr, Williams received a hearty eucoro to which  Miss Reynolds responded with  "Killarney." Another encored  number was the recitation by  Miss Edith Bickle. Mr Williams,  of No. 7, delighted the audience  with hi" r*!i'l''K>n *,(   ������������������ Th-*.**. ������  ft/ugs by Ul IkwU, Mi Irish ami  Mr Huckerby, and a recitation  by Miss Ruth Haywood, were  also much appreciated,  Receipts from the bauquet and  concert aud uale of candy in the  intermission netted one hundred  dollars. There was uo sale of  work, the ladies reserving fl*-fa  ior their usual annual bazaar  later iu the season.  Mi>.   Hank*.   Mi.**  Jlry.*m  and  t ^  Mil*1. AlU'tt H������y>vih'd wli<* train*  ed thu children, itiv to 'hi cmi������rntt.  COMMITTEE WORK  ON PROPOSED Y.M.C AI *^'***&Z&  ���������'"��������� Accounts may be op  With TOYS too Numerous  to Mention  TWO VALUABLE  PRIZES  GIVEN AWAY  With every 50 cents purchase from the ist  of December you receive oiie ticket. The  drawing will take place ou New Year's Eve,  Phonk 31      T   E   bate; Cumberland.  A RECORD OF GREAT  ACCOMPLISHMENTS  The social and beneficial spiri'  is a living and vitalizing force iu  the affairs of man. More aud  more are we coming to a realiz  ing-sense that cooperation with  others is essentiel to our welfare  and progress.     Benevouinck,  PROTECTION,  INDUSTRY' AND  brotherly love are the watch-  words of the B.PO.B. It has  thrown off the trammels of older  orders, and to day stands forth a  progressive exponent of those  higher and better things fraternal  orders inculcate.  The B. P. O, II,- was organized*  itt Victoria, B.C. Iu four months  it has grown to a membership of  3,000, with colonies at Victoria,  Kamloops, Ladysmith. Vancouver and Ashcroft, and is now instituting-in Cumberland.  Mr. J.J. B. Smith cau be found  at the Union Hotel and will be  pleased to show letters from  members who speak about our  Order, This Colony will be in-  stituted 011 the 14th day of December, nud all applicants arc  requested to pay the organizer  the initiation fees so that the  meeting can attend lo the business brought before it. All applicants are requested to be present at this meeting, as the  Supreme Organiser will iuaugu-  ���������    a'  vtuuy.  --.j  i*  it\  ���������l������  *5 ,  &  (������  ���������������*  iff  ������  3  \.  It  r*  t������  J  <���������  rt  /  ������  ty  J. N. McLEOD,  Dmttsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L, Pres.oent  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager    _r___l   %  Ht*  t������  CAPITAL'- ^10,000,000 REST, -   $8,000,000  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $1 and  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates.   There is no  ^S;!!tSEr:nsthe wMe-or ���������������* p������rtion ������rf-*.-d.po������i.-..&ll������n  lain i������ua C  Mr, James MoKinnoll, district  deputy for Jho I'Vitternal Ordur of  Kiude* of H. ().. paid Cnmherland  Aerie an olllcial visit on Wedncs-  dav evening tout.  A meeting of the financial  committee of the proposed Y.M.  CA. was held on Tuesday evening in the Council Chambers.  There was a full attendance, Dr.  Gillespie, the president, presiding  The business was to suggest ways  and means for raising a fund  sufficient for the erection of a  suitable building, After full  discussion a list of valuable sug-  gestions was carried, which the  secretary, Dr MacNattghtou, will  submit to a general public meet-  iug to be held in the Council  Chambers ou the rath inst.  A cordial invitation is tendered  to all who are in any way inter  ested.in this very desirable move  meut on behalf of the young men  aud boys of Cumberland and dis*  trict. The committee desires a  full and fair criticism of their  suggestions and any further ideas  and practical improvements will  he heartily welcomed.  Mrs. Fred Hamilton of Truro,  N. 8., Binter of Mr. William lh.  J������ollnii, nrrivod in town on Tuea*  ������lny ovonlng.  A?34  may be opened in the nairWof two or more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor.   A joint account  JftiJlIS?? 7? e*Pen"Iri'������*������W������Wng the ownership of the moner  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  bis wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH   Mr, John Matthews, who for  a number of years has been manager of nil our local mines, and  latterly in part, has resigned his  position, to take effect on December 81st. Mr, Matthews nnd  family willtake up thoir residence  at Vancouver early in January,  Miss Brown entertained a few  of her friends at the Cumberland  Hotel last evening at progressive  whist, A very enjoyable evening was spent, resultiug iu Miss  J. Frame taking ladies' first prize  and Mr. Haggerty gentlemen's  first. Mr. G. Mills captured the  ���������booby' prize, but as he is ���������* only  a young fellow," he was well  enough pleased,  Mrs. Siddall, wlfo of Mr. W. 8.  B. Siddall, who has boon visiting  relative in the Knst for nevcral  month* past, U expected to arrivo  homo shortly.  j t.  BOYSCOUTMOVEIOT  '.. TURNED DOWN MS)  The  mem id.**  Chambers Mom!  orgiuns-fiti  It'        III!*  i'i  Council  i'-   M'M' ?''*.'>  (I!     :"-,.       ;'���������,  brigade. ���������!!'.*,*.-!  )-,,;f ,b,  fiasco. .      A    ', -y,,)i ,-(-    ,.';  Imd hoard sjf the ������������r-.������*..-:-,:!  giitlu'rednt thp i.*\itinj������  OVidmit pIlipOSO   <;'   < N������r  'propoKe<Ut������i,��������� As tl, y  outnumber.'^ the other  votes, no progrufsM conhl  and the Jtev. J.aft'ere  the chair. An interesting debate  was continued for some tium on  the istreet uiitsidii tho ImiMing,  but no oim seemed to bo ,iuv near,  er a sntisfactory solution 'ol the  many perplexing phases of oxlsting  conditions nt its conclusion thun  they Wero at Uio l-eginnlng.  ������������������l-J/,sl'<  ii-.: ���������   ;**  HVsl'l  ������������������:'���������'- uu  Genoral Mnmigur Coulion and  Mrs, Coulsou arrived in town on  Tuesday,  Joseph Hunter, C, E��������� of Vic-  tovia nrnvttl in town on  Sunday.  Mr. Job Jaiiu-.s Hii*.*t������lt Smith,  organizer fur IJ.   I'.O, II,, arrived  from   Vic oria   on   Sunday.    A  colonv <d  the   hImivc order   will  ��������� *      1   -     *  iisiite<i Ttj������oti the tsiiccen* attained,   shortly bu instituted here.  BLANKETS and COMFORTERS  A Large Stock of WOOL BLAMETS in white and grey.  Heavy COMFORTERS for the Winter.  Snowsimk, an ahsolntelv mire wnnl T-tlnnl-ft  yytifin ���������.'���������'' '**i ������������������, -.'-''  *     '  60x86, per pair \     $10.00  CAMi'ii������u<i.'sSiM'.'.'iA!vapurewoolHlauket. white only, with blue and   niuk  borders, 61b, 7II), aud 8II |6( $7> i0)(1    <f 8.00  Island, a heavy grey wool Blanket, at t $3,S0( ^<00 m(> ^ ^  Heavy Wool Comforters, covered with mercerised satecti  < - ,���������,  A new assortment of Ladies Cnllms. Jr.bnt,, u(.],.s nM\ Handkerchiefs now in.  Gapipbcll Bfos.  maam  mmtmmm 'HTE   NFWR.   CTTMP/FRT.ANn    pftrTTSH   COLUMBIA.  A COUP ON  JPOVERTY.  It Was a Plan That Worked to a  Charm.  By   LLpY.D   LOGAN,  I Copyright, ti������0. uy a hum lean Press Asso-  ciaunn.J    .,  "It Is inisoralily irue, nm elit������re, Marie refused positively to follow Antoinette iind myself to town aiid carry  our scarfs, umbrellas and parcels She  suid to lie a maid in u peat family did  not compare with Dei self respect a.s  un Individual." Vlvlenne.de- la ..Vergne  disconsolately threw herself ou the  window seat.  Mine, de la Verjine was looking over  bills  at   the  esi-riiolre.    Without   an  nwcrln** her daughter, she huried her  face in her arms and wept.  "The last rose of Hummer left  blooming alone.'" sang Antoinette, ihe  other daughter, ns she came down the  hall and entered the room.  "It seems," she added pleasantly,  "thut I am the last rose."  She was standing in the doorway.  Neither Vlvienne nor Mme.de la  Verjrne looked-up; so absorbed were  they with their own thoughts.  "Pere is walking the floor in the library." she continued.  "He Is horribly  MADAME    DKAMATK.-At.Ti7    CLABI'Kll    HEU  ..���������:���������.     HANDS.  distrait.  Tip told'me Vlvlonne's jewels  went last night,"  "My jewels!" cried Vlvienne. suddenly aroused and thoroughly alarmed.  Madame lifted her I cur stained face.  "Vivlc'tino's jewels ulso?" she reiterated dismally.  "Also," answered Antoinette bitterly  ���������"also. That Is not the point, Ho  grieves because they are the last things  tie can legitimately take, I um of age.  und my belongings are mine. To  think,' he Rnys. '1 shall be compelled  to steal from my own family!' "  V'lvienue rushed from the room In a  rage.  Antoinette, going to her mother, put  hor arms around her,  "I'd he a help, ma chore,"  "AiitoinoiU1, wlial could you do-you.  tbo daughter of Mnripils Augusto do  Jn Vergno, the grent -granddaughter of  Vlvienne ('asiinveite. who was ono of  the "maids of honor to Marie Antoinette? My whole life has been a sorli'-*  of negations. This Is Just one more.  The tlrst trial was when we lost our  ancestral home In France" Matin mo  nlwnys said "we lost." She would n<*t  acknowledge she lived wiih u gambler.  even though a goutlisnmu. The Utile  pretense was a matter of self respect  ���������The next to go was our villa Jusl out  of New OrleaiiH, Since you were a  woo child we have lived in UiIh orange  grove In Florida, Your fill her always  would piny an n gentleman, losing  thousands at n single game. Oh, these  gnnies, elusive sirens, luring him on to  destruction, poor man! The Sevres  vnso ho cannot touch without my signature; ll tins come down directly  through my family,"  "I don't know whore wo shall live,"  Bile continued. "I have been hi niggling to niiiku respectability dwell  with poverty, and," sho added softly,  "It Is pore poignant tragedy,"  The debonair Augusto do In Vergno  tripped lightly lino tho room, cind in  ���������vhltc <Vh!!v>! <������f (svniiMlo torture and  correctly tailored. Wllh tlio perfect  Biivolr fnl re of a Frenchman lie gently  UIhhoiI his wlfo's forehead, (Jolug over  to tho glass door, ho stepped out on  tho veranda. Willi the uimosi sang  frold ho turned, waving his hand.  "Au rcvolr!" hu called am! piutsed out-  on the shell walk beyond.  Ilo hnd clung, Iron willed, to tho  youth of his mind, though It wuh Indisputably true Hint ago hnd crept pro-  maturely ou hi* face. Aftor a fashion  ho loved his wlfo and daughters. Ho  would have been proud to have given  Ihem every iMlnintiure tbnt had boon  theirs tor generations, Thoy had  ceased to he IntoioHtod In theso  dreams. There was n.uhlug moro fundamentally wearisome thnn his pro-  lenses and talk nbout Ideals without  nny actual accomplishment.  "1 cnn do nomethlng." AntolnellA re*  pea ted. wllh gentle emphasis. "Ma  clicre, wu will 'take count of stock,'  as Marie's husband says sdohi ors  store. We will see. tirst, what our assets are." Antoinette held op her  pretty white hand to coiiut the "assets" on her tiugers as her mother  told them oft.  "Dear heart, our most valuable 'asset' ts our family name, that hardly  has a money value."  "1 am not so sure." mused Antoinette. "There are hordes ot people-  good people, too���������who would give any-  thiiiK to be a guest ai our home, to be  able to speak with familiarity of our  belongings" ,  Antoinette, sitting on nn ottoman at  her mother's feet, clasped her hands  around her knees and thought, wrln-  kliiiK her smooth white brow in perplexity and doubt. She hnd a remarkable aptitude for that kind ot addition known us putting two aud two together.  "IVre has siiid positively that this  house will be the nest thing lo go.  Now, we have many beautiful pieces  of furniture, tutieb bric-a-brac..and china that Is really very good, charming  associations that make the relative  value high. You and 1, dearest, will  go through the house and put a price  on what we would be, willing to sell  and gather them together in the music  room, library and drawing room, mixing them with the things we would  not part with for untold gold. That  will apparently give them a greater  value."  Madame dramatically clasped ber  hands.  "You do not mean we would sell our  belougings to a vulgar mob like com-  ��������� mou tradespeople?" she cried in hor- j  ror.  "No. no! We would give a little "at  home' or 'tea.' very informal. You  could wear your black lace, and the  lace scarf thrown over your-sbauldera  would hide the hole in the back; Vi-  vlenne ber cream colored silk, the one  made out of grandmother's tea gown,  and I tbe violet chiffon with black velvet. .'.**..  , "Then." she continued, "we would  invite a choice few. thirty perhaps,  not"* more. Believe trie, they will slay  every engagement to accept an invitation to the first entertainment given  by the De la Vergnes. See. mother,  using our asset .No. 1, our family  name. After they have been here  some time we will casually remark:'  'We are j*oing back to New Orleans  We are distressed about our collection  of antiques. We are going to board.,  and articles of sucb value we really  Mi1il������l.'it'^-'^---^������^.0UJ^_l)������_!>Lili]no_I^_  dispose of a few, but cannot bear the  thought of just any oue���������unappreciu  five people, as It were���������owning tbem."  Antoinette was so delighted with the  idea she danced all over the room.  Coming back to her mother, she kissed  her ou her forehead.  After much debate and family conferences the "tea" was given, What  wouders. weariness and hope delayed  and anxiety for the welfare of one's  tifcst loved will accomplish In the way  of disintegrating self respect! Punch  was served In the library, ices and  cake In the dining room; on the.veranda were confections and fruit- 'J'ho  guests were congeuiul, delighted, complimented and bought freely; thoy  were also all wealthy. Antoinette saw  tu that.  Kvery woman there took particular  palnx to call Immediately on all hor  best friends.who were not among the  chosen and casually to refer |o "the  othor afternoon at the De la Vergnes'  1 picked up so and so. They would  hardly part with it oven to me, I told  madnme I could not buy It, just to give  it to me, und 1 would leave a fow gold  pieces In the cabinet for one .of the  girls," In variably It was followed by  the remark, "My husband thought II  ru I her high, but I did not, considering  tho associations and so on,"  I Those thirty women wore tho envy  of every pei'son of iiipiiiih in the city,  Thoy ho he mod how thoy, too. could  manage nn Invitation, Not being u  public sale, an Invitation was a ncccs.  nlty.   In iilHiut  two weeks Antoinette  i In hor iiioi hoi's na ine telephoned the  ��������� chosen thirty telling each one to bring  ! ii few friends���������she could trust them,  i she knew-a ml upend anothor afioi'*  1 noon ut tho Chiiteau do Flour.  This lime n dllTercnt costume wns  n mm god for the throe Indies of Dm  i household, Tlio second "ton" wns/ivcn  ii grenier success thnn tlio firm, Ono  dozen of Napoleon's bivukfnxt platen  sold for S'-'iK) and a Forslun rug for  $IMX),  Tho bank account wiih growing  i io mont encouraging proportions.   Tha  | trouble now was tliey had really fow  pieces  left  they  cured  to "Bell.    Tho  ; Sevres vase and boiiio family holrlooimt  inadame refused  to part with.  1    "It Is n miserable shamo.'* wopt An*  j inlnotte, "lifter wo hnvo croalod the de*  | iiiiiiid, established the fad, wo cannot  create the supply."  Un lion rd of clrciiniHtntiec!' Tho noxt  morning Antoinette drove lo tho city  I nlone and unintended nt n very curly  i hour.  i    Arriving nt tho telegraph oilice, An*  : tolnette wired to certain donlors in nn*  tl(|iics, little holes lu tho wall, In New  Orleans lo ship Immediately various  articles ilint she niniiod. Shu knew of  lliese places bccaiibc inany ot lheir  bountiful pIccoN Imd found In thoso  stores a temporary homo.  i    Ko   ovenlH  developed.    Tlio   Do   In  ' VorgnoH received tiutlquoH in Iho bnck  door nnd sold Ihom out tho front door.  Kvery othor Tliursdiiy witnessed  crowds of buyers, Kvery one's "dear  friends" wero now Invited. Tho "fow  gold  pieces given  to  tlio dear girls"  ' was a horde sulllclnnt to placo thoin  both In ft convent In Fails tor a yenr,  leaving n "dot" Inrgo enough for an  enviable dowry, which would Insure it  *uccoHsful uinrrlnuo. Poverty hnd  played-' -qtilt** n drnmntlc pnrt In llio  - mim-cosh,  which   waa  really  quite a  I coup.  HOLIDAY-MAKERS IN ENGLAND.  Men  Who  Take   Holidays  and   Men  Who Make Them.  Holiday-makers are not so common -j.  as one is apt, at first blush, tb iiiiag- ���������  ine; for when we mention "holiday- !  makers." it is not "holiday-makers",-.|  we really mean, but "holiday-takers."* |  The men who take holidays, and the j  men who make them are of;a very:)  different order. The former spend the |  greater portion of their, lives endeavvs  bring to make a pleasure of business, '*.  while.*the latter succeed in niakihg a'j  business of pleasure. Vacations, are I  their vocation. .'���������*���������,.��������� y^:]  King among the small company of j  true holiday-makers is Sir Henry  Lunn, whose inclusion among th-i  new knights has caused such general*  satisfaction. For almost twenty yeari  "Dr. Lunii's Tours" have been a feature of-every holiday season, and he7  "has made holidays in the most literal  sense of the words.  "Curiously enough," Sir Henry told  nn interviewer recently. "1 have, dur*'  ing the past few years, entirely reversed the principle on which I worked in the days of the Grindelwald  Conferences, which were, the beginning bf my tourist campaigns. AJy  object then was to bring together people who differed. My object now is  to bring together people who agree.  "But, no matter how careful one  may be, on very rape occasions ona  is bound to find a gooseberry in the  strawbeny basket, cr a strawberry  sunong the gooseberries. 1 recall one  gentleman who got mixed in with a  party of savants with whom I went,  on a .cruise to the Isles of Greece.  Naturally, the talk on this particular  expedition was somewhat learned',  while the places we visited were mai-.i-  ly of academic interest. He stood it,  bravely ior seme days, without a murmur of complaint, till I c tne upou  him standing on the steps of the Museum at Olympia, passing a haudker-  chief across a frenzied brow.  "He regarded me reproachfully for  a minute. " 'Phew!' he exclaimed at,  length. 'It'll take me three good weeks  at  Blackpool to get over this!'  "Quite an unexpected incident happened at the time of Queen Victoria's  Diamond Jubilee. I had chartered  threo steamers���������the Argouaut, Both-  . nic,, and Koh-i-Noor ��������� for the great  Naval Pageant, but on the Monday  before the eventful Saturday discovered that only a handful of people  had applied for places on the last-  named vessel. Almost at the same  moment I learned that Lord Goschen  was encountering great trouble in ar-  ianging for the presence at the review oi all the Colonial troops. I at  once telegraphed, saying:  " 'Can put at your disposal steamer  and  two  special trains  for the con  -veyanco-of-Colonial-troops.-���������,. ,   "Lord Goschen was as glad to avail  himself of my offer as I was to save  what looked like being a serious financial loss, ln this way I helped tho  Government, and the Government  helped me."  One of the most remarkable examples of Sir Henry's enterprise is the  manner in which he has opened up  the different valleys in Switzerland  during t*e winter season. A few years  ago these valleys were all closed iu  winter, and no ski-runner or tobogganer disturbed their virgin snows or  skated on their lakes. To-day, Sir  Henry controls no less than 3,000 beds  in these' Alpine valleys, which are  mainly occupied each winter by members of the famous Public Schools Alpine Sports1 Club, of which the headmaster of Eton is president, and Earl  Roberts and the. Earl of.Lytton aro  vice-presidents. '  MADE IM CANADA^  ROYAL  YEAST  CAKES  Used.in Canadian homes to produce  delicious home-made bread, and a supply is always included!in Sportsmen*'  and Campers'Outfits- Decline  all imitations. They never  give satisfaction and cost Just  aa much.  E. W. CILLETT CO. LTD.  Winnipeg ' Toronto. Ont.     Montreal  Awarded highast Honors at att  M*. ur Expositions.  SU Thr Hm.���������.-r . ,r.n'T  mAi  OIJ  kM0ST PERFECT MADE  t>������T_.  Matrimonial Advertisement  A Kansas newspaper" lecently contained, the following matrimonial ad-  viitisement:  "'A gentleman possessing a large  and elegant "assortment of household  linen' marked with the initials J. li.  which he purchased for his bride  cl.-ct, recently deceased, is desirous,  in order to avoid useless expense, to  .mnke the acquaintance of a young  lasly bearing tne same initials, with a  v.cw to matrimony."  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  "Excuse me, sir," said thp man in  the row behind, "but would you mind  ;islving your wife to remove her hat?  I as*ure you I cannot see a thing on  the stage,"  "I'd like to oblige you, sir, but it's  impossible," snid the man addressed.  "We live out of town, and wo must  get homo to-night."  "What has that got to do with it "  "Why, our train goes 20 minutes  rftcr the end of the performance, and  it tnkes her an hour to put that hat  on." i  Would  Be  Exact  Scribbles���������Quiller te".l> me he has a  great mind to write a book.  Dribbles���������I don't behove it.  Scribbles���������Don't believe whut���������that  he can write a book?  Dribbles���������Oh, he may be able to  write, a book, but 1 don't believe he  lias a great mind.���������-Chicago Daily  News.  The Submerged Tenth  "Pa, what is the submerged tenth?"  "Oh���������er,  it probably  refers  to  the  portion of the fashionable bather that  gets in the water."  Elsie���������(aged seven)���������Ma, I want a  nickel.  Mother���������What for, dear?  Elsie���������I asked Ysillip Jones to piny  we're getting married, and he says  ho won't do it unless 1 have a dowry.  No man or woman should hobble  painfully about because of corns when  so certain a relief is at hand as Hoi-  loway's Corn Cure.  Houston���������How do you suppose the  Egyptians ^managed to get the Pyramids where they are?  Mulberry���������Oh, their congressmen  probably franked them.���������Puck,  Two Years Sickness  in The Average Life  The cheapness of Mother Graves' i  Worm Exterminator puts it within'  reach of all, and it can be got at any -  druggist's. ,  \    Sir Frederick Bridge's story at the  ' city of London school, recently:   "On  one occiision the singers were singing  j an anthem in which the words 'No������f*s  ! have they, but they smell not' occurred. Dr. Wesley, annoyed at the way  j in-which the alios sang the words, re-  : marked tartly: "No; they use them to  sing witli!"  j    -    iMinaid's  Liniment  Cures  Diphtheria  |    He���������No\v"w"o""are'in"the -parkrshnll-  ; wo take a stroll alonsi Lovers' Lane?  . Slie���������1 think I would    prefer    the  j bridal path.  j    A $5 bill ia good only as far as it  'goes.  Much  of This  is Avoided  Wheri the  Blood is  Kept    Rich    With    DR.  CHASE'S  NERVE  FOOD  It is said that the average man"'or  woman wlio reaches seventy years of  age has had two years of sickness or  ten days for euch year.  To-day medical experts are studying  how to avoi4 this and the general  opinion *seems to be that every effort  should be used to keep the blood rich,  red and healthy by using such treatment as Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  There are always plenty of indications to warn you when the blood is  getting weak und watery and the  nerves exhausted.  Vou are "easily tired, both mentally  and bodily, you fell down-hearted and  discouraged, digestion fails you, you  have-headaches- and -become- irritable  and easily annoyed.  In this condition you easily contract  colds, pnuemonia or fever of some  kind and are not able to throw them  off as you would if the blood wore rich  and the body in vigorous health.  I    The food you eat does not build you  I up and  it is  therefore necessary for  ! you to look to such a preparation as  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food to enrich the  blood.  Mrs. S. Storey, 19 Maitland street,  Halifax, N. S., states: "My whole  nervous system was run down, I was  troubled with wakefulness during the  night and frequently suffered with  neuralgic pains in my head. Nothing  that 1 took seemed to be of much benefit to me until I began the use of Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food and under this  treatment my health at once began to  improye. By continuing the use of  the Nerve Food I gradually grew  stronger until at the present time I'  can now say that I am quite- well  again. I now enjoy refreshing sleep  and the pains in my-head have en-  tirely-,disapppared.______________ ,   Dr. Chase's Nerve Food has proven  an enormous benefit, because of its  power to form rich, red blood and  therein* to overcome weakness and  disease. 50 cts. a box, all,dealers or  Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  The Most Human PictureEver Painted  The Trade of Royalty.  No advertisement is more valuable  to iv British tradesman than the  royal warrant which allow* him to  place tho royal arms ovor hia place of  business and describe himself aa "purveyor by appointment to His Majesty  the King."  Each tradesman who has tho royal  custom must send in his bill at the  end of tliu month, It ia compared  with his ledger account kept at Marlborough Houso and if correct is pais  in tlio lirst week of tho month. No  diHcount is asked on any of tho roynl  accounts, a tradesman who receives  tho royal custom is informed that ho  must supply good������ at tho lowest roa-  ftoiniblo prices and thoro is novel1 any  attempt nt bargaining by tho oflleinl  of tlio roynl household, If a tradesman Is thought to be making extortionate elmrgoH ho simply loses tho  royal custom.  Conl is supplied to Marlborough  House by contract, tho contracts being mails:- for three yearn nnd tho contractors paid in equal half yoorly pay.  iiietits. Window (-leaning, carpel, cleaning and chimney nwooplng are all  ' done by contract and the glass frniiuu  of largo pictures arc also kept clean  by contract,  Servnnts' wagei* oro paid monthly,  tho upper servants lwing paid hy  check sent, to each from tho Treasury  or's Department, The King's hccuuiiM  for clothes, cigars, theatres, iit*\vflpn<  jicrs, books and othor personal arti-  cles ure sent to his secretary, not. the  Treasurer, and aro also paid monthly,  King (it'orgn always liko to see theso  nccoiiiils before they aro paid and it  was mice a rule Unit thoy should bo  initialled by him beforo they wero dis-  churgwl,  A Wnt Harvest Relic.  A curious token lias just boon found  nt Burton, inscribed "TuiiHtond and  Happing, 1-J12, One Halfpenny. Payable at the Corporation House," This  was the yonr of the wot harvest, thii  ;,'.,;���������:'1   ..',",-   !:t,'"'"       't   *"ib'"i!    inooa-  suntly all September, October an-f  during most of Novemberj' and on  November '20 farmer* wero carting  hurley, a sharp wind frost prevuilin**,?.  Wheat was Cl shillings a comb, and w  bad was it in quality Unit dough  mnd'-* Irom the flour resembled slime  Kvery Monday morning the overm-s-rs  nnd church wardens met at the parish  eliurclith U������ 'IcvIms luciuis lo ptovido  employment nnd relievo tho starving  l������ or,���������-London Standard.  ii  THE DOCTOR"  A photogravure reproduction ol this great painting, 22x28 inches in size  -the largest photogravure ever printed.  PRICE 25c,  POSTAGE PREPAID  "Tlio original of this groat pointing by T.nko Fildns, hangs in the Tate  Gallery, in London, placed thoro by popular subscription of th'o British pooplo. Novor has brush depicted moro powerfully the expression** of professional amity, maternal grief, fatherly hopolossness or childish helplessness.  It is ri'allyHbxvoll, as figuratively tlw most human of tho worlds great,  works of art.  Newspaper enterprise, backing modorn mechanical progress, makos it  possible to put this work of art into the hands of tho public at this nominal  :cost. ���������������������������  Diet at  100. !  .Tnhn  IV-r^ft, oi������i'd  I Oil yearn, nnil I  mft'A to be the oldest mrin iu Au������. |  tni'iin, dif-d nl CooUimuitslru rretniUy i  He had lived   undor   nix monarch*,  fjsin Goorgo HI. lo Goorge V. |  THE ART STORE PRICE OF THIS  PICTURE WOULD BE $2,50  PICTORIAL PRE88, Box 1868, Wlnnlpog.  Kiifluiii'il Iiml 25 c������i������U for which |)U'atJt* forward  by Hnd mail one copy of plcturu untitled The  Doctor."  Yuurs truly,  Nnmo      Address ��������� JP^^y^^T^^^^^^^^^^r^^^^y^^^^^^^y^^^^^^^^^^'��������� * * *, ���������.���������*  *.'���������     ,C    .'**-,.<*   ^..ti'ai.f���������'*-'-'  M  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  /:.>  FOR YOUR FALL PL9WJN8  GET THE COCKSHUTT.  CmCULTURM  IMPLEMENTS  QUAKER "HOWLERS."  !'M  Have You a Copy  It Is FREE  OUR BEAUTIFUL  CATALOGUE IL-  LUSTRATED -  It is the best exclusively Fur-Catalogue Issued In  Canada. It contains  one hundred illustrations and descriptions  of the latest New York,  London, and Paris styles  In ladles", men's,  misses',  and children's flirs.  Do not fail to write to-day for  a copy of this authentic fashion  book���������sent FREE to any address  on application.  WE ARE THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE  FURRIERS IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE  of This Catalogue?  Write for It To-Day  v  __<  #  We pay all Mall or Express  Charges to your town, no  matter where you may  live, on all purchases  of $100.00 and over  When buying by  .   mail  from this  house you are  protected by  the following  guarantee:.  THB  SELLERS-GOUGH  GUARANTEE  "If en receipt you And that  the furs  for  any .reason  aire not  satisfactory! write your  namo and address on the outside of  the package and t-oturn thorn in ten  days In good condition, stating -why the  goods are  returned, and we will  pay the  transportation   charges   both  ways and  exchange or refund the money in full."  and have reached this position by merit and merit ������Jone. Our styles are exclusive and correct,  and bur immense turnover enables us to give values that are impossible in the ordinary  way of doing business.    We guarantee every fur that bears our label.  FURS EXCLUSIVELY  Our entire capital and time are devoted to the making and selling of  furs. We are spetialists in the truest sense of the word, and, as such,  we can give you greater satisfaction in both quality and style than if  you bought in a general way. Our styles, values, and quality are  exclusively Sellers-Gough. Compare them with what you have been  accustomed to.  Our entire business is manned in every department  by an expert���������nothing is left to chance.  Every fur and fur garment sold in this store is examined personally by a member of the firm  before it is allowed to leave our institution.   This assures you of not only correct style and.  fit, but also correct quality and thorough workmanship.  WESTERN TOURIST TRAFFIC  Mountain Hotels Vastly  Impoved To  Meet Continued   Increase  Yenr by, year the traffic to the  Canadian liocky Mountains is increasing at such a great rate that the  mountain hotels have some trouble  in satisfying all the demand for accommodation during the season. The  Canadian Pacific Railway, is continu-j  ouly improving and adding to its  chain of mountain hotels, but even  with the extra facilities thus afforded the accommodations are taxed to  the uttermost. Every train westward  takes with it a new contingent of  tourists, and it has become the fashionable thing to spend a week or ten  days in the mountains before going  on to the coast.  Banff, being in the centre of the  Canadian National Park, is naturally  one of the favorite stop-over points  for travellers. It is situated* in a district which is most advantageous for  mountain climbing, fishing and other  sports, and, as a result, the G. P. R.'s  hotel at this point is., well patronized.  Recently the C. P. R. made several  new improvements to the hotel, with  the result that it is now more popular than ever. The improvements | . ,  consisted of the addition of two new ' ro)L.to >?,HsieSe Rouen."  wings and a new swimming pool. The  wings are ��������� built in the form of towers and contain sixty bedrooms. They  are, five storeys high, and, like the  rest of the hotel, are of stone and  mill construction. The ground floor  of the new wing is given up ��������� to u  spacious sun parlor while there is a  driveway under the other \ving. From  now on this sun, parlor, will be a  feature of the hotel accommodation,  it is fifty feet square, and on three  sides of it there is a raised dais  reached byAa series of steps, where  the guests may rest while enjoying  the view from the broad windows.  Beyond the dais there is a conservatory where ffowers bloom in great profusion, and the whole parlor is., surrounded by glass walls, giving the  sunlight free access to the room. The  parlor is beautifully finished with  couches and easy-; chairs,' and the! lying off  British' Columbia ceiling is  support-j had. been  Funny Schoolboy Answers Chronicled  I by an  English Journal.  j    "Past and Present,"   the   Friends  j School    Magazine,    publishes    some  I amusing  blunders   wnich* jiave  been  j noted iu examinations at the society's ,  schools.   An undergraduate, many wil.' '  be interested to learu on the authority  j of staid ybuHg students, is (l; a per-  ! sou not up to the mark; (2) a lowei  class of board school.   Other budding  Dr. Johnsons have beeu equally original in the matter ot definitions.  "A circle is the amount taken in by  the line which goes all rouud."  "Parallel straigiu lines, even if produced to eternity, cannot expect tc  meet each other."  "A solid is that which hasn't anj  space under tlie circumference."   ���������  "An autobiography is the life of an  animal written alter it is dead���������as _  moral."  "An abstract noun is one that cannot be heard, seen, touched, ot  smelt"; 'or, to take the pessimistic  view of another, it is "the name ol  something which has no existence, as  goodness."  'An'axis is an imaginary line on  which' the earth is supposed to.take  its daily routine."  "The Pha-i.-fcjiL were people who likt  to show off their goodness by praying  in synonyms."  The following illustrate history as  remembered by the Quaker schoolboy:  "Joan of Arc was a peasant's daughter, dressed in a man's clothes; and  went to fight the English* and wu-  slain, and her soldiers said don't you  think you had better wait till to-nior-  "The Wars of the Roses killed a lot  of the important knights and they  got another start."  "Elizabeth had a better claim to the  throne than Mary, for she had possession nine-tenths of the throne by law."  "Far away on the deep the Spanish  Armada saw the beacon fires twinkling  in endless chain from St. Michael'-  Mt/iint to the Yorkshire Moors,'and  knew that England was ready."  "Charles I. was going to be married  to the Infanta of Spain; he went'to  see her and broke it off at once." '   "'  It. is interesting to be informed.-too,  that '.'Every German goes to school at  an early age, however old he is."  King George's  Little Joke.  King George has always been fond  of a joke, and  he found a rare op-  i portunity'for one once.   His ship wa.  Portsmouth,   and   coalins  rash came out all over my baby's lace nnd  spread until it had totally covered his scalp.  It was irritating and painful, and caused  the little one hours of suffering.; We tried  soaps and powders and salves, but be got  no better. He refuted his food, got quite  thin and worn, and was reduced to a Tory  serious condition. I was advised to try  Zam-Buk, and did so. It was wonderful  how it seemed to cool and ease the child's  burning, painful skin. Zam-Buk from the  very comroencement seemed to go right to  the spot, and the pimples and soresand the  irritation grew less and less. Within a  few weeks my baby's skin was healed  completely. He has now not a trace of  raih, or eruption, or eciema, or burninf  sore. Not only so, but cured of the tormenting skin trouble, he haa improved In  general health."  Zam-Buk ii wld at all iteres and mcdlcIsMjjn.  ion, joe. a box, or posit fre������ from Zam-Buk Co.,  Torpnto, for price, 6boxe������,for $9.50. A certain can  for all ulcjn Hi������t������������n. culi/burni, etc.; and forpfl*"-  3.  ed by a series of arches and columns.  _ ?Jie swimming pool js_situnt6d north  of���������tlie���������hotel"alfd "is~ pTbk"cte"d"by"a  number of awnings. It is I8D * feet  long and 60 feet wide, and is built  entirely of concrete.   There are sixty  ALTERATIONS  REMODELING  We can make your alteration's and remodeling now better and  cheaper than later on in the season, when we have more than we  can attend to.   Write to us for estimate, and do it right away.  WRITE FOR CATALOGUE TO-DAY  The Sellers-Gough Fur Co,, Limited  The Largest Exclusive Furriers in the British Empire  TORONTO MONTREAL  DON'T WAIT  Till Wednesday comes around���������Make sure NOW that you   have one   of  EDDY'S WASHBOARDS  The Boards With the Labor-Saving Cr.mp  No other Woahboard can give you ths lame gonulne oatitfactlon.  Mado In different styles and tlm to suit tho tatton of different people  At all good Grocers,  Iwar-wa  <    About Right  "It ain't do fun bcin' a kid," ob-  florvod u kid bitterly, "You always  hnftor to go lo bed when you ain't,  sloopy, un git up whon you  Toledo Blndo.    ���������  are,  It' In WI������m tn Pr������u������nt nWfli>riMr:MMrnnv  cniisoH load to ditionturH of tliu Htutnnoh  jiiiil tow nrt* fr<*i* from th<*-m. M- Hit* I'm*  manifestation that tho stomach and llvor  ������vro not jiorformliur thoir functions, u  course of Parmoloo'H vonotablo I'ills  ..should liu tried., and it will bo found  that tlm (llireHtlvo organs will npoiidlly  rcHiiiiid healthy notion, Tiaxntlvoa and  sedatives nro ho  hlonilml in   those   iillU  Uui>  iiu uluvk    i<sv,i,.ua,ivm luuis*  1>U ssu vi-  ftwttvo IIH tlity.  Freshet Town  "Whom 11 ru you fromp"  "JMuukvilh)/  "And what sort of a placo Is Plunk*  vlllop"  "Venice of America, ..air. Wo hnvo  about 10 feet of wntor in tho streets  every spring,"���������Louisville Courier-  Journal.  ssssu  Tho Limit  "I know tho champion moan man."  "Who )h ha, nnd what did ho doP"  "Ho hunt IiIh wifo boeautio sho woro  hor wedding ring out   doing**   house-  work!"  taking: plnce.   'In this the  prince, like everyone else on  board  had Jo,tnke���������his_share When-he-had-  finished he looked a pretty, picture,  being coal-dust from the crown ol his  head to the soles of his boots. Ont  of his messmates made ihe lnughina  remark that his grandmother, then  staying at Osborne,, would have something of a shock if she could see him  at the .moment. "By Jove," said, hi-  royal highness, "what a lark! I  have a good mind to let her see ine;"  His brother -officers' -egged him on.  lowered- away -and  j off went the prince, as black as a  j nigger.    By some means or other h  Write to us today for our choice  list of. Agents', Supplies. No outlay  necessaryr They are money makers.  Apply B. C. I. Co., .Ltd., 228 Albert  St.,-Ottawa, Ont.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI.  'Mrs. Wikslow'j SopTtuxo Sykup hat bra ���������  U������l for over SIXTY YKA.R3 by MILLIONS of  MOTHERS (or their '.HUDRSN WH'lt  rBHTHING, vsrithPERF.'"! SUCCSSb ������,  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFlfcNS the OX,MS,  ALLAYS all PAIN CURKS WIND COLIC. ������������������������  ts the bent remedy (or DIARRHOEA. It Is ������������������>  solutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Itr*  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take M a*_al  kind.   Twenty-five cetats a bottle  ������. 1  ���������>���������' I  dressing rooms for guests wishing to  use the pool, these being situated in  a 180-foot building to * the rear oi the  baths.    The  upper'   storey    of    this!  building   is   fitted   up   with   Turkish |,  baths, and there' is underground con-1  noction with the hotel.   In the centre'   of the large pool there   is   a   small [ nnd a" boat was  plunge bath whore sulphur water is'  used.    This smaller pool is 24 by 80  fe?K,   ,, ���������,',., ���������     i managed    to     gain   access    to    the  .Both the.sun parlor and the swim-, grounds   of   Osborne, and   presently  ming  pools  were opened  some  time i the   fomiliar   donkey-chaise   bwiiia  ngo and thoy hnvo been much praised   the lnte Quoon hove in sight.   When  The "Wellington" Hat  for men.   Canadian-made.   Guar-,  anteed best hat value in Canada.  AU sizes and shapes in soft and  stiff felts.     Ask your Dealer, or  write at once to  CHAS..C.   PUNCHARD  & CO.,  Toronto, Ont.  by guests stopping nt the hotel.  If a mnn dies'of.stnvvntion his heirs  nre not apt to quarrel ovor his estate.  Always Serviceable���������MoHt  properties  with  ago.    Not   i I������il  pills Ioho tholr     ao  with  Par-  molcc'fl Vetrotnblo Pllln. Tho pill: mass is  ho compounded that tholr Btrenicth and of-  fcctivemiHH is prosorvod and tho pills oan  bo carried anywhere without (ear of Ioh-  lnu their potenoy, Thia Is a quality that  few pills * possess, Nome pills lose their  power, but not so with Parmolne's. They  will maintain their freshness and potency  for a lonir 'time.  It's the lnnd of the free���������For spins-  tors nnd bachelors,  "������.!..us J'������   Lis.il.itiii   Culva  Cuius,   Etc.  roobo" is  Aggrossive Advertising  : Hearing a noise at midnight in ono  of his. rooms, n gentleman tiptoed to  the'spot; thinking to tnko the burglnr  unawares.-" Slices, however, wns not to  he ���������caught.,napping,, nnd boforo tho  owner, of tho house fully realized what  was happening ho was looking down  tho muzzle of ii revolver.  "you roalizb that you nre nt my  nioroyP" *  "Vos���������k," replied tho house owner,  "And nlso realize that I could shoot  you ��������� (load if I wished r"  Anothor trembling aillrmntivo,  "You did not hour   uio   enter   Uio  houHO?"  "No,"'  "Woll, if you had your windows fitted with one of Wotclium'H now patent  burglar alarms, this wouldn't havo  .happened.- I am .an ngent for tho~-~"  But the owner'of tho houso ,hnd  Hwoonetl.���������Ideas,  Necklace Fancies  One of tho latest fnneles ln nock-  Iiiooh is ono of braided seed pearl deal'  to our grandmothers. Tho lucky girl  who hns such a trotuum* stored nwny  should bring it out nnd send it to tho  jeweller for donning.  Mnny of Hioho hrnldod ponrl collars  nm in the' imitation storum but so  creamy and real-looking iih to prove  vorv popular oRpoolallv with summer  frocks. ���������   ;,-  SEVEN YEARS PAIN  FROM ACUTE NEURALGIA  OUREb  THROUGH   THE   USE  DR. WILLIAMS' PINK  PILLS  OF  Whnt is "snuoe for tho  iiIho hiiuco for tho goslings,  There nro mnny imitations ol Wilson's  Fly  1������iu1b,  hut none  compare  ...111.    41,   ,      ���������    ,-.,!,.   ,     -..! ..!..     I     ., I*    . '  Ho sure you get Wilson's and avoid  dissatisfaction.  Neuralgia is not a disense���������it is  only a symptom. It is ' thu.-surest  sign that your blood is weak, watery and impure, and that your nerves  are literally, ��������� starving. Bad blood  is the ono cnuso���������good, rich, rod  hlood its only curo, Thoro you hnvo  Iho real reason why Dr, Williams  IMnk Pills curo neuralgia, Thoy nro  Iho only medicino that contains, in  correct proportions/the vory elements  needed to* make now, rich, rod blood.  This nlone ronohos thn root of the  trouble, 'soothes the jangled nerves,  nnd drives nwny the nagging, stubbing  pain, and'braces up your .health in  other wnys, Mr, M. llronnnn, an ex-  sergeant of tho 2nd Cheshire Hegi-  ment, now a resident of Winnipeg,  Man,, says: "Whllo serving with my  .regiment in India, on a hill station,  I   contracted   a   severe   cold   which  it got close to him he stopped from  whore he hnd been, concenlod, nnd  approached hor majesty, who gazed  nt the weird apparition in amazement. Then .she mndo a movement  as though- to "call one of her atten-  dents to threw him out of tho plnco,  "Oh, all right. I will gQ if you liko."  snid his, roynl' highness in assumed  dudgebn, "but I must sny that' I don'l  think it is a very kind way.to greet  your loving grandson!" Even"'ths  gravo old Queen was-forced to break  into a smilo as sho recognized tlm  royal sailor, but, from all account*,  ho received rather a severe "dressin*--  down" from hor mojesty when he  joined the royal pnrty nt dinner lnl,i>  in tho dny, ovor the "unsoemlinosa"  of his conduct.  A Gallant Soldier.  Major Harry N. Schciflold, V.C.,  formerly of tno Royal Artillery, is  now a member of the King's Bodyguard of the Honorable Corps of Gen-  tlemon-nt-Arms, in succession to Col.  Charles Cooch, retired upon half-piiy.  Major Sohollleld, who ts now in his  47th year, entered tho Royal Artillery  in 188*1, and uuiued his Victoria Cross  during tho last South 'Africun War  for horoio conduct at Colenso. Ho was  ���������J | ono of tho gallant band who went with  othor oiUcors, including Lieut, the  Hon. V. H. 8. Roberta, uon of Flold  Marshnl Karl Roberts, to bring in thu  guns after tho men ol tho battery had  been shot down hy tho Boer shells,  Major Soliohlold gut his team together, and was able to bring in one of the  only two guns which wero saved.  Whnt It Is That Whs.  A countrywoman remarked to hor  neighbor  during   a  conversation  on  .thiur return from market, "How is it,  Mnry, that you have boon married four  Heat and Cold  He���������I could lovo you till the sun  grows. cold���������and you? ''".'*  Slio���������1 could lovo you until my hus*  band gots hot!  No man or woman should hobble painfully about boeause of corns when so  certain a relief ls at hand us Ilolloway'i  Corn Cure,  If you hnvo hnd tho misfortune to  hum a kettle, it mny bo made smooth  and clenn hy filling it with ashes ami  wator, leaving it for an hour or so,  then washing with olenr water.  Headaches Quit  when tho stomach, liver nnd  bowels aro kupt in tho good  condition in which thoy will  Imj   by   tho    prompt   use   of  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  ttiM flvwywhtr*.  la teiei tl*.  brought on nouto neurnlgin, nt times    V ,0������    V,^',. V Vr lb,,e,i UIU "^ ul  lusting for threo weeks.    I was con-j "^p" handsomer than  A Useful Table  Firkin of butter weighs WI lbs.  Barrel of Hour weighs 100 lbs,  Barrel of |M)ik weighs 200 lbs.  Barrel of nntntocq \vnii������b������ WI Iho  Bnrrel of beef weighs 112 lbs.  Chest of ten weighs 28 lbs.  (Inllon of honey weighs 12 lbs.  Quintal of llsh weighs 100 lbs.  Cord of dry mnplo weighs 2,8(M lbs.  stantly suffering almost every month  in the yenr for over sovon years, tho  pain being sometimes so severe that I  Oi  i my iv im a ,  you  "Aye, to bo sure," returned Mary,  mm,   ������v   .������,.���������  *   *,,.*.\*,.,  it. Surah.    It*w trie  your eye."  ....,J    M>>4������    UI/1.1  mis* hither' in  KEEP IT  HANDY  Matthew Hopkins, witch finder, wns  himself tried by his own tests nnd put  to death ns a wizard. _.    .  Tho doctor stood by the bedside nnd  Minarri'i Liniment Curoi Dlphthirla. Iloulu'11 B^vely down nt the Hick mini.  _-��������� ,  j    "I cannot hide from yon the fact  i|j,|lhitl you ait) very niek," he said.   "Is  there anyone you would liko to seei*"  "Yes," snid the sufferer faintly.  "What is it?"  "Another doctor."���������Judge.  Kvery time a ohil<l pIiows  toy hank it's your ante,  you  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  stop the metnest, n������������tieit, most -f-amtatent hetdanhe* In hill tn  hour or lew. We guarantee that they contain no opium,  morphine or other poisonous drugs. 25e, a box al your drugglaw',  or by mall from 29,  NaiUmI Dmc mJ CUmImI Cm. at Caaai*. Umttat,    .    ���������    ���������    ������    Uaatttaai.  "Are you going to join the new Pro.  grossivo pnrty'f"  "I don't have to. I belong to tho  winners."������������������Baltimore  American,  After marriage a man never admits  that he wan the one who proposed.  ������'j.,);c<3   1   lllfi  tlfiill,  Knglnnd  I seemed  to get no better,  though I spent large sums of money I  for -medical advice    and     medicino.  Then 1 camo to Canada, nnd about a  year ago saw the mlverllsemenl of Dr.   theory is brought  'V-iiininiih    i'niK   i'Uis  in   h   Vuninpeg  paper. Although I had begun to think  my .complaint  was  incurable  I   told  my wifo that I Intended giving tho  I'ills   a   fnir  Iri nl.    I   wns  suffering  from terrible pains when I began taking the  I'ills, but before the second  bnjf  wim   fliil*.li*-sl   th"   p-u'n   begun   to  disappear, and under n further use of j  the Pillx It ilKii/i|si-iir.*sl entirely, nnd i  I hnve not hnd n twinge <������f it during!  the past year.   Only those who hnve)  been afflicted with tin* terrible pniu������i  of neuralgia enn tell whnt. a blessing1  Dr. Willinms'  Pink  IMIIh buv  to mo, and you may be mn  eonstnntlv rceommeml them to other! paused by.   An the cuddy *jiI������������.v| th'it  sufferers,"  j nmbniindiir repeetfully, the gcutltuimn  Thouo Pills nre wld by nil  modi-- ~  cine dealers or by until ot W) cents a  Im* or sit Imxt-* tor 12.50 from The  Dr.  Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Equine Suicide,  Cnn a horsu comma suicide?   Thia  lorwurd through a  e,.U(S,v������.,u   smut)   ,n   til i^UKilns-,     ,'y  luir*d  fell iuto a pond iu the vicinity of the  lkiglioim* Cricket Held, and It was  got out after two hours of strenuous  exertion, A duy or two later the horso  found its way to lliu (.ame pond, and  this timo met wim it* death. Brig,  house people nre inking if tho horsy  wont tlieru pur-nintdy.  The Ambassador'! Trousers,  Harry Vnrdon, the golf champion,  told this otory during <.m������ ot Jn* vi������iu  to the North BerwicK links. "A gen-  tve been tleman was playing at Muitnelburgh,"  ��������� I (shall! ho taid, "when m fnmou* nmtuMadnir  pMMed by. An the cuddy *jil������������.v| thn  ambnusBdar repeetfully, the gciitlunuit  said, 'You kuow the ambassador, do  you?' 'Of courso 1 do,' the lad replied.  'He a a jrett friend ol mine. The***  wt bis trouien I've got on',"  You can never tell, when  ������ born*  la t*������ol������i^ to  develop a Curb, vSplitit,  Spavin, Hmgbone or a  lameness.    Yet it ia bound  to happen   nootier or later.  Atu! you can't afford to keep  him in the bam.' Keep a little of  W. N. U��������� No. IM  tmjmiltmi^mmm ���������*Vv������vfi  *-,������.+���������.,  THE   NEWS,   CtJlfBEBLANt),   BBTTISH   COLUMBIA.  ���������i**********; ���������������*���������***faf^vmarai  Tiie Ciintelaiiil Hews  issued Every   Tuesday by the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  This paper will not hold itself  respoMSiolo for the opinions of others, as may appear in its columns  from time to time.  NOTICE is hereby given tbat, on the  first day of December nevt, application  will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for renewal of tne hofc  tel license to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known as the Hotel Heriot, situate  ar Heriot Bay, in the Province of British Columbia.  H. A. Bull.  Dated 25th, day of October, 1911.  WEDNESDAY, De;.   0.   1911,  NOTICK in hereby given that 30 day  aftsjr date 1 Intend to apply to the H<ro.  Minister ot LantU for a lioenKu to prospect  for coal nod potroloum uudei the fortohore  god under the wator 00 llio lands in and  opposite the following deacrii>o*i lauds aito;  at* iu ltuport DUtrict*.���������Commencing at a  pout pl&n't d on tlio sea 1> aeh at high wn er  mark nt til's mtetseotion of Tec ioua 12 and  18, T .wuship 2, Port MoNeill, Rupert Dj������  trict; tlior.oe north CO ohaine, thonce ������ant  80 ch in<, thenco touth 65 chains, more  or ldd������ to high water mult on aouth si Jo ������l  P-sr. McNo-11 Harbor; thence westerly  Jong alioro to placo of commenoaniont.  (JroiuikM. GiBBa,  IL Priest, agent.  Dated this lst day ot September. 1911.  NOTICE is hereby ������iveu that at the  next meeting of the Board of License  Commissioners of tbe City o| Cumber,  hind, I intend to apply fot a hotol li  conso te sell liquor** by retail in aod upon  the pri'iniues knowa as tho Kinjj George  hoW, Bitiuited on lot 9, blook 7, Cumber  1 nd Towwdte.  VICIOR BONORA.  Dated this 7th dny of Nov., 1911  NOTICE ia hereby given that 30 days  niter date I inteua to apply to the Hon  Miuibter of Lauds for a license to prospeot  for coal nnd petroleum under the foreshore  and under the water on the landi in and  o.juntsite the following described lands situ  ate iu Rupert Diatriot,:��������� Cotnmencl-g at a  pi u ]r-lf!i*ted ou tbe sea beach at high wat������?  mark a-tbe intersection nf Sccttous 16 and  17, To- nt*hjp 2, Port McKoill, Rupert 1Mb  triot; thenou aortk 80 ohains, tbeuco west  80 oOaine, thence south G2 chains, more or  Ifva to high water mark on south aide of'  Pert McNeill Harborr thenee easterly  tio--;: nborv lias to plaoe of oommeneeinent.  Mama Jank Pkikst,  ������. Prioxt, ngjnt.  Pateod thin 1st day of Sepceinber,  1911.  NOTICE is hereby j;iven that on the  first day of December next .tpplir ttion  will be 11 ado to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police lor a hotel liconse-to  sell liquors by reuil in und upon the  premises known as the New Hotel Heriot, situated ou Lot 42 Subdivision ot  Lots Northeast quarter of Lot 216 Her-  iflt Buy, Saywiud District, Province of  British Columbia.  H. A. Bull.  Dated November 22nd, 1911.  NOTICK is hereby given that  30 days  after date 1 intend to apply, to   the  Hou  Minister of Lands for a lioense to prospeet  fur cy.d ;-n ^petroleum under the foreshore  r.ud undor the water on the laud* in aud  ������! -po ito 'he following tl.scribed lands si*-  u-Ue in Urn Prince Rupert District:���������Coin-  me*-'Ct-'g at a poet planted 6n"tlTe"sea"beach  at high water mark at the intersection of  Sectious 16 and 17, TownBhip 2. Port McNeill Rupert DUtrict; thonce north SO  clump., thence east 80 ohnins, thence -south  73 chain*) more or Igbj to high water mark  un south side of Port McNeill Harbor,  thence westerly along shore line to place oi  osimmencemont.    jRoy Pnnwr,  K. Priest, agent  Dnted thin hit day of ^September, 1-011.  Wm.-mJm ^^���������MIHVsWMiWX''MWKMIMRMnManWMMHNri  NOTICE is hereby givon ihat 30 days  aftor oair; I iutondto apply to the Honour-  nMe the Minister of Lands for a licenso to  projpeet for coal and potnleum under tho  foreHhoro and undor the v. a-.er an the lauds  in und vppopito the following doseribed  Jandu situate in Rupert Distiic';���������Cm-  meaning at a post planted on the sea beach  at high wivtor mark at tho ir.t**-rnootion of  Sietioni Hand 15 Towuship 2, Pnrt Mo*  Nuill ' R'iport Di&triol: Ihence north 55  chain1, H" ro or 1w������h to high' wnter nmrli ou  timTiss'i'tii'iifl-J *���������>( I'sir'i .MsiNs-ill liurhoi;  *���������,:���������,'.-': i'c,l|.s\viis|s !������������������* 1,0:1 b'uaob ;*t, h-t*h  v, i.*������-, ,;.j.:i< j.i.i.uifl tljo lit'.fid of ilio Harbor  t.i s^hec ol con iin.*ne'.mr*nt,  JYanch M. ToitDii'-*-*,  E, PnuHf, utfunt,  Dutod tl.ii 1������ dny of Sopttmbor, 1911.  NOTICE.  m^^aaaammal  NOTICE is Iiereby given   that  application will be  made   to   tbe  Parliament of Caiyida " at the next  Session thereof for   the  coiijtiim  ation of the Charter of theVAN-  COU V ER ISLAND AN D EAST  ERN RAILWAY   COMPANY  and for an extent-dan of   time  for  the commencement  of . construction and completion of   the said  lines of railway authorized to be  constructed by the  Act of  Par  liatnent of Canada passed in the  Session 7-8, Edward 7,  chapter  167 intituled "An Act to incorporate the Vancouver Isjahd-and  Eastern Railway Company," and  by_the_Act_ of the. Parliament of  Canada in tlu Session of 9-10,  Edward 7, chapter 171 intituled  "An Act respecting the Vancouver Island aud, Eastern Railway  Company,"  R, C. Lowk,  Solicitor for Applicants.  VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT  District of Sny ward.  TAR 15 notico that George llonry West of Vancouver, IJ. G(, occupation Fish Merchant, intends  to apply for permission to pur*  chili*" iho follow in i* described  lands: ��������� lAiininiMU'iitju; at a posl  plan led at ilie N, W. cornel' of  ���������Lit,! 0 ' L2M thenee Knsr, along  rli������ survey lino 40 chains, thence  1 vi olmiiis, thence   West 40  il I-,  'hence South  iilonp; the  ,;   ,.-     '*,s i*h- *is>      mi;   c, ii, m(Jij  NOTICE  Tho Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Company wiil apply to lhe  Parliament of Canada at itt* next  semdon for an Act empowering It to  lay eut, construct, acd operate a  railway from a point on the railway, the construction of which is  authorised by eubseotion "A " cf  section 2 of Ohaptor ninety*two of  tho Statutes of Canada for the year  ono thousand nine hundred anu six,  .aI, or near the nor'h fork of Oytuer  river, thonce in a generally north-  westerly dirootion to Hardy Bay on  the west coast cf Vancouver Island  and increasing tho company'v bond  ing powers, and for other purpose*.  W, ,F. SAbsnuitY,������  Secretary E. &, N. Railway Co.  hingle, Thompson���������& BuigesB,  Ottawa Agents.  Datod at Vnncouvor this first day of  November, 1911,  Nei  21  Until further notice lhe Princess Royal will tako tho Nanaimo.  Vancouver run, leaving Nuiiaimo  dully (except Sunday) 7.110 a. in,  Tlm Sunday boat to Vancouver.  Im- Iicmu .'uncoiled for the season,  0-i'i the C.banner is scheduled to  leave N'lnniino I'm Vaiicoiiver on  'sVcilni.-'siliiy mul Friday at 1 p. m,  iii'l Siiturdu;.'  nt,   fi   p.   in.    The  Oiiiiniii'r liM*i been placed   on  the  NOTICE U hereby given that at the  next mectiug of tbo Board ot Licento C6in-  missicmers of the City of Cun.berlai.d, I  intend to npp y for a renewal nf tha hut-  el license held by mo for the Cumberland  Hottl, situated on lot 1, blook li, Cuiuler-  land Townsite. ,  WILLIAM ME11R1FIELD.  Dated this 7th day of Nov., 1911.  Interest You  This is 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, Envelopes, Statements,  Etc., Etc.,���������that . .  Sty? fflumtertonb 5fetu0  [ark fiqmrtmtttf  lyOTIOE is hereby given that-at tho  next meeting of the Board of L'cur.bQ  Commissioners ot the Citv ot Cumber- **.  land, I intend to apply for a renbwnl < t the  wholeaale liquor license held by tno, tit-  uated on lot 12, blook G, CuraberUnd  Townsite. h  JOHN MAROCCHI  Dated thiB 7th day of Nov., 1911,  ^>*������������Q������*������������ii������������������������*li������������*>*>*������*������������������<������  NOTICE is hereby given thut ut tho  next meeting of the Ikmrd of License C..m  misuiotiera of the City of Cumberland, I  iutond to tisply for a renewal of the hot.  cl license held by me the Waverly  Hotel, aituuted ou lot 2, block S, Cumber  laud Townsite.  FRANK DALLOS  Dated this 7th day of N6v., 1911  NOTICE in hereby givuu that at the ntxt  meeting of the Hoasd of Lion so ConimU-  aionoiB of tlio Lity of Cumberland, I in-  tend to apply for a renownl of tho wholesale liquor license held by in,, aituuted  on lot 12, blook 7, Cumberland Townsits*.  FRANK SCAVARDO.  Dated this 7th day of Nov., 1911  Is in a position to execute orders in  the manner specified, have them  ready when promised, an J deliver  Jthem where stated, if desired.  NOTICE i< her. by given th������t at the  next meeting of the Board of License Com  mbsiom-rs of tho City of Cumberland; we  intend to opply for a reuewal t f the hotel lie nso held by vis for the Vei.dome  Hotel, situated ou lot f). block 3, Cumberland Townsite.  WILSON .& BUAMBERO-.  Dated this 7th d*������yot Nov.. 1911.       .  ,  NOTICE is hereby j-jivea that at tho  next meetiug of the Board of License Commissioners for ihe Cny of Cumbeilaud. I  intend to apply for a teuewal of tho wholu-  eale liquor license held hy liv*, situated on  lot G, block 15, Cumberland Tow-obits*.  CIALI MUSnATTI.  Dated this 7th day of Nov,, 1911.  us prove  to You.  NOTICE.  NOTIOE iu1 hereby given to  John H, Olnnvilie, co-owner in  tho Itosrt group of Mineral Chums  Htnntoil 20 mileB from tho month  of Phillips River in tho Nannimo  Miiiinu Divirtion, that hla share of  the expenditure has not hee-n paid,  and that we intend to Mo notiee  with the Mining Recorder of said.  District itceordinp; to Section 25 li,  Chapter IBS of Tho U. O. Mining  Act,  J. (). Ross, Agont.  Lund, B.C. Oct, 7th, 1011.  >������������������������sm>������>������    taf  8AYWAUD LAND DISTHICT.  Distriot ol Haywurd.  TAKK not'eo tlmt Ocor������o Lolooitor IU-  niin-jt ii, of Vancouver, U.O., meobnnle,  intt-mlH to ii|������|������ly for penmwhm toviurolnuc  the following ilonorihHd IuikIh:���������  ('os-itnonni >*r nt n post phtnted at tho  SonthwoMt cornor of lot BB2; thonoo north  . , RO eliuniM. theueo weat 76 thiilim, thonoo  c *)r" C.n.iox nni,!lleaviiiif iNiuiaimo on j south 80 ohnlna, thenoe oa������t 75 chaini. to  uimIuvh nt I p. ')   in.,   ThurHdaynj poiut of oominenoemont, coutuiuiujj uuv  I s'ltl'*-.  . ,llt������,*    II  ....-I 'in T,\  i\.Vl''  r.i. *���������. :������-. i.t-   Ml*  ���������  :nl   M,     1 S-i'.l-  r 1  Is'i. - .1    I'i'* 1 n;  1',                 ',     *   .  i   *v or  if-,   f,  1   v ,ik iin 1'*/.  *;    * * sis'eoi !*��������� 11  * 1 -.'I -,  , - . ���������*.   ..I., i,.'  if Si,*ti(������in 21  0������'*l������*i   'I J, ���������'),'  *,.-    *..,, -ii.-ily (.{',  n- ssr !'���������%������   ,1  ,'yii w.st.M   in.u!:  .,** t'-srs  .*   \r.ll   ll.'ifbnr;  '   , ���������.      ,  i*,-i������ iii y.,1,1  .   ,  ,1    ,.<��������� A   i.  ,. i,.  1, II :i. in, nnd Sutimltty* m 2 n. in,  Ft)It SAU:-~Oliuiee palilii.  iiWOn, Apply }>ii>, J. ft*icv*,-.tit,  Im'I'ii C'������ltn*y[i������, Allt'ii Avenue.  licit**, nm-e or u*Mi.  (IK(*K<1K LkIOCSTKU UlMIHOTOM,  Hohort Humv Cho.tnut, agent.  Ditle.1 MnrohUih Hill  C'liiitiiuriund iv,  tlnius  Works Oo., Ltd.  v ��������� ���������  '.VO i 1 -V, :h b'Te'sy if.vnn tnut ut the  ���������*.,.������������������   i-u'ii;*,'   .if   'he liimrd of Lhu-tiHe  ��������� ,,���������,>r-,..���������,, ,.,. . ,f s|,,, c*\ y f,f cnniitf.).  l:f d, 1 liuin-i-i l> ;*puly for 11  '.ni* .'l of tlii: htiU'i rtit-tniti ii'lsl by iiik  tor tU Nr\v l''.*,,<laml Hotol,"xilnnted on  !'i- (..*������������t hf.lf i.t l-'t 'A, in blocl: 3, (httnbfr**  !*..s| |V������*.i-ir������  JAMM WAT.TKRH.  1    .1 J'.iii7>lidi,y .f Nuv��������� l',������ll  t-.i 1  S   S.  t"i>Vt tc)|.  * ������������ii ,-u,<l t:\usi  At  NOTICB.  Sprinkling    will   he  nl lowed  only two m^lita a week, nomely  TIT'iitSDAV nml FRHJAY. froin  17 to 0 o'clock in the oveiiin^.  I    Leaky taps must ho intended to  i nt onco.  !    Any ehanges or ndditions to ox-  istintf pipiujz must he sanctioned  liy the coii.|tftliy.  11 Ry orilt't'.  L W*. NuKNS. Secretary.  CumherlHiid, R. C5��������� Am. 1st, 1UU.  CEALKD TENDERS mldre^flod to the  ^ nuderoigned, and endor���������od "Ttsiulor  fer Wharf aud two AppmnoheB nt Pih.bo  Utiptrfc, U.C, will bo reot'ivod until 4.(X)  P.M.,on Monday, Soptember 25, 1011,1 r  thu coiiBtruotion of a Wharf nod two  Aiiprouohea nt Prince Kupett, Qtturitntino  St ttion, Dighy iHlnnd, ll.C.  Plntis, nvouilientioa Mid form of eon-  traot can bo ueun nnd fornin of temlur oli  tainotl nt this Department und at the olll.  ceu of U. A. Keofor, Knij, Dutricl EuRhi-  oor, Now VYontminster, ILO., audonnpph  out.on to the PoKtmaitorii at I'rinou Hupert  and Victoria, UO.  ' PerHoiiB toudoi Iiik are notilled tliat tend  ort will not. bo oonHldoied tmloi-0 made un  the printed fonna nupplied, aud slRiud  with their aetniil aljjuatureB} statiiiff thoir  eooupaiionn imd plneon ������f roiilonou. In  lhe cine ef Unit*, tlu hoi it ul hi-piattire, the  nature of tho loonjmtioii and plitoont roai>  doisoo of each meinour ef thu linn mutt be  giv������n,  Kueh tundi-r tnus.t bu iicoomimtiiud by an  aoeopted ohoi)ue on it clurtoft-d bank, pay-  nble to" the order ef Uio Honour������blo the  MibUttr i.-! .A\i W rV.", ������'j������������l ��������������� tun p������r  cent, |10 p.c.) 1 f t\\ix umnttnt of Iho tetidor,  whloh will bo foi foltod if tho p*n*non tenth  Aring dochno to outer Intoaooutraet when  called upon to do *n, or (nl til complete  tho work onii'moted for. - If tho Umder bo  li������V tuwipittti vi.e t������,\>>ju^ .nl. mi (*c������������.";:t,';.  The Dopur'.iiKint ilmH not hind itself te  not'Opt tho lowoit or any tondur.  Hy order, '"���������  H. C. DISSU0CHKR8,  SAYWARD LAND DISTRIT.  ,   . ',  maaaaammmm   "  District of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE tlv.t Willinm  Caldwoll, of Lanark, Ont., mininp  mah, intends to upply for pcrmis  sion to ptirchapo the following described lands:���������Commencing at a  post planted at tho northwest corner  of Lot. 490, CarrSngton Bay, Snywnrd District, thence following the  north boundary of ot 490 easterly  for 40 chains, thenco north 20  ehuins, thonco womt to the shore lino  thence,somhwdsterly and following  the shoro lino to the point of commencement, containing Icsh than 80  acreB,        Wir.MAM CAUMKLb,  Jno, Manson,agent  Doled Fob. 28th, 1911,  SAYWAttD LAND UI8TUJ0T.  Distriot of Sny wind.  TAKK notice that Sidney IIohhiiuih, of  Vaueottvor, H, 0,, niouhanlo, inteiula to  npply for -HirmlflHio)) tstpurohnso iho fob  lowinuf dofoilhctl lands: ���������  Oomtnonohiu nt n pont plnntod at tho  HiiUUiweaij ci'im-i* vi mi -'om, 1)1*1,1*. auulh  SO <;))������in*, LlivutiV ti'o-tSD I'liiiiiiss, Un ueo  uorth B0 ehnitiM, tlionoo u������nl 80 chains, to  plnco cf coinmoncemewt coutninhiR filO  auiOH, more or loan.  Sio-o'v IIjuhman,  Kobiirl, Henry Oiioatunt. tt**(*i,i���������  Datod Mnroh 0th, 1011.  1 iiaiiii fc^>ia>MimM^k^-ftmm���������*������������i**.* m'am**amiam*m*itmmmam**wa*amW_P  COAST LAND D1STR1ST.,  District of Coast.  takk notice Uinl Davidi-on Witrd  .Co,,Xtd..,j.if_LoughboroJnie^oeen-^  pinion lnm!>3rm������n. iniei.d to api-ly,  for ] erniisi-itm to putcliai-e the following descrihed inndi-:' Comhieni*-  ingat a po*t 1 Imii ed on the koimIi  side of Hnidwick Ii-land about 20  chains from shore, thence^ori tlie  east bminriarv line of lt^ate lot,  marked 56 H R JI; ihence north '20  chniuB. thence east 20 ehuins thet.ee.  north 20 onains, thence cusi 30  chains, thence south 40 ehnius,  thence weai50 chains, hack to \) <m  of commencement, containing HO  acres more or les������,  Davidson Wa������dCo.,-Ltd.  P S Ward, agent.  Dated August 10,1911.  Change of advertisements \Vill  uot be received at this office later  than 12 o'clock noon on Tuesdays." ��������� r' ��������� '.; . ; .  SAYWAJU) LAND DISTUICT.  DiHtriot of Siytvard...  TAKE NOTICE that Arthur Rowland  Beat, of Vancouver, B.C., t*-������tmport ogoi.t,  intends to npply for porniiuHion to piu-oluico  .tho fftllowiug described I-iide:--Commencing nt a pout plnntod nt tho Hntilhon-tt cornor ot lor 510, on tho north bon.Hlaiy of  lot-647, thonort north 80 chains, thenco  enst 75 chimin thenoe south 80 ohnins,  thenot-|*woHt 75 olininu to point of commence  mont, oonlniniuK (J00 noreM, moro or Iphh.  AllTllUlt llOWLANl) IJKS'I',  Hobort Honry UlieBtnut, ngont,  Dated Muroh 7th, 1011.  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  Distriot of 8,i >wo rd,  TAKK NOTIoK thiitSiimuollleiiBmim,  of Vntioouvor, B.C., ini-elinnie, inlewiV to  npply for permhulon to puiuhiiHo the fnl  lowing ilcH0;,lbnsl hind.:���������CoinnicnehiR at a  pont plumed nt tho Hotitlmeht eorner uf lob  MOi tlionoo unit )00 olndns, lliuuoe nouth  ���������10olmiiin, thonoo wo������t>75uhahs (moro or  lomii) thenoo north 5 olinniH, thonoo wiHfc  83 ehnius, thonoo north !)5 ohuiiiH 10 puint  of commoncemont, ooutnlniiiK 000 not ok,  more or let's.     Samuki, IIkahman,  Hobevt Henry (Ihoaiiiut, ii|*ont  Datod Mnroh Sth, 1011,  Si'ortttry.  Uvptirtmobt of Tubho Works,  Ottnvui, August 510, 1011.  N������W8p������por������ uill not ho paisl (or lhi������ wl-  vertl.emtnt if thoy liuftrt it without nuthority from th������ Mt.tr m*ut.  IP     VOTT  PRINTING  WANT    OOOD  GO    TO    THB  HAYWAItD LAND DISTttlOT.  I District nf Pny weird,  j   TAKK notico tlut Nnnotto  .loeoph, of  ) Vnncouvor,   ... ('., 8| outer, tnlcnd* to  ���������pply for permlwlon to purolmiio tho fob  lowing dosorilxd inndK*, -  Comni'ticing at .ipcHt plnntod nt the  HoutlioiiHt oornor of lot r������!7������ thence norlh  80cluing, thonce out 80 chainh, thonoe  m*\\\ S() chtin*. thooiv we������ H������ chpinii  to tht*, tint nt notnm > t'omout, c,ii.t������in-  itiK IHO ticie-4 ni'������n* or tom.  Na:ovi'1'I' .Tuhki'U.  NEWS. i'lKST-CUSSWORK  ���������J-ik i. tt ttt.i.1)   ifi.ii 1/   l-'l- 1 t.I'v ! .  District of iiay ward,  TAKK notioe thnt Pruiico* Hrm-Rlmm,  wife of W. If. Brougham, of Vnncouvor,  B.C., Intends to npply; for porminHinn lo  r>virr'Vimir> tho Wlnwln.tf dpnnrihp.d iHnd :���������  CommonoinR at a poat plnntod ill oim lnu  wetstof tho ���������otithemt cornor (f lot 517)  thonoo oast 1'20 olitlnn, thenou iouth <10  ohiinn, thonco west 120 ohtlim, thonoo  north *10 ohainu to point of uoinmonosinunl,  pontnlniiiB 480 aoron, more er K11.  Fll,\M*KH HlKIKOIIAM.  Kolmrt llnnry OliMtmil, n/font  DiUd Mtroh 8th, 1011.  "Woofl-'o I^oaphoAino,  Th* Orcat ItoolMt ftemcilu.  Tonos nnd InvlBorotwUie wlmlo  nnrvou* *������jr������teiii, mukod iww  McJd in old Volm Ottrt* AY/***  Oil", ll'tittitu, ilhntnl frntt Ttrnln Wimrfl. /*���������*������  jw*ni.'sic^, tkxiittl Wtnli*.*!*. l>nU*tnna, H/������r*  vudOirhtM,arui ltyrtt* n/Ahwicor J.iwin*.  I'rltw *l \n,t! ho*. *ly.fiirc.'i. tine v 111 plun-'c, r.x  " " ' "   rurndfllm <n* mnllitl In  Ditod Mnich  Hobort ll,,,,y Chctmt. .ffe������t  fflBX.ftS^#ifW  oh 7th, Ml maittitirt*. rtto Wood Mm  nut  ifm  .ruta-ly ll'wltor.  AVifl jwm* hUt  iMtdlolnoOo.^  .  TorontsTfOnti ^������������������'i's-ki*,;  V<v-r  "1  i*:  MADE IN CANADA  ic  Makes Your EXPENSES Light  Makco Your BISCUITS Light  Makes Your CAKES Light  Makes Your BUNS Light  Makes Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  E. W. CILLETT CO., LTD,  Toronto. Out. *  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH . COUIVBTA.  lif'..  tl  *- 'I  NOTICE is horeby given tint on the lirst  day of Decembrrpuxt application will bo  made to the Superintendent of Provincial  Polioe. Vicioria, for tho renewal of tho ho-  tal license to sell liqaorc by retail in tho  hoteljknown as th* Port Augueta hotel, sit  sated at Ootnox, B.C.   John C. Clarencx  Dated October 3 1911.  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC  Having bu;lt a largo Wniehouseand mil  nt Courtenay, 1 will in fmuro keep on  baud a stock of all kinds ot Hay, Grain,  aud Feed at lowest market rates. A  specialty will be made of roller crushed  feed for horaus which will make a saving  of M������e third in the oo.t of feed. Orders  giveu tho toni3Q8ter or by phone will bo  promptly filled., Thanking you for your  patr<.nniie iu tho past aud soliciting a eou  tinuancoof the stniie oo broader lines, I  beg to retrain  Yours to coinuiaud,  BYRON CRAWFORD.  f303a__������3_BS  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  TheCential Hotel for Sportsmen  *' ���������������  None bui the Best of Wines and' Liquors  at the Har.  rfATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  I JOHN McLEODS  l*  FOR FIRST-CLASS      .  CANDY, FRUITS,  .   CIGARS & TOBACCOS  IF YOU WANT  600D PRIFMB  GIVE US A TRIAL  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Namaimq-Uniox Bay- Comox - Raotk.  Sailing as under���������  Twin-screw steamer "COWICHAN"  LeaveB Vaacouver Thuruday G p.m.  Arrivo Uuiou  (for Cumberland) Friday  UK.rniutf  Ainvea C-smox Friday morning  Returning'  Lv    Comox  Friday 4pm  " Uuiou Hay       "   5 , ".  "��������� Nanaimo 11 p.m.  Leaves Vaucouyer, Saturday 8pm  * Arrives Nunuiuio, Saturday 12 p m  ;..- Arrives Umou, Sunday 6 a m  .- ''       " *���������'���������'    [for Cumberland]  Arrives Comox,   .-Sunday Sam  Keturuiug:���������  Leaves Co-nnx. Sunday 4pm  Leaves U>i'*>.. Sunday 5 p m  Lsives Nu.mimo, Sunday 11 p.m  [*5(ibjeot.to ubttU'jjo without i.ot*iu������]  An  Outward  Sign of Inward  The splendid appearance  of a "Fit-rite" suit is the  result of the careful, honest  way in which it is made.  R handsome out\7ard 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 stgle are  built right into ity  Look over a "Fit-rite" suit  and examine the quality of the  material and tailoring. It is an honest effort  to supply good clothes at a reasonable price.  Either call at tho store or (end ui a pott card bearing jour  namo ahd'addrcec, and we'll glvo you a copy of the     Fit-  ' rite Style Foracaat," containing tho latest news of fashion  * ntendenelea for the coming Fall and Winter.  ,---.-. ")-. . ���������       ���������  CAMPBELL BROS.  DUNSMUIR AVa -      CUMBERLAND.  ���������__'  t&  *****>  <FZ>.  w.  r**ffX\  M  m  "i  ���������H*^^HHHi*W^44HH^'WrWHHi  1  C  0  u  0  ������  (fl  d  <  ���������  I  o-  O  ������������������������*  CD  11 us������  CO  </.  0)  on  |JLh  h3*  . C.  ��������� a  ���������c  tn  a   **���������*���������**������  lfi  'Jl  E  o  u  9a  V  j 4-J  <     4-1  "- tr,  V/W  "rt  W  DEIFK  The purest, and best^BEER, rand  made in Cumberland.  HERCULES Stump Pullers  ���������      -      FOB   SALE   BY      -      -  Walworth-Rolston Go.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vanqouver, B. C.  .-^u^t_ma.^vr.'^r_f_r^_vmtm^^  3    c_   & ������  i  s)|'s|"l"|"l-i-MHI'4^H''>il"<'l''l"l';l''I>i'l"W  cu  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  \  Ilie 'Vancouver Daily Province  t_wmiammamnM  rtfi  <sa  for  r 2  ������������������  p.  u  &i  L  ta  ������������������>) o-t.  ''V ti. . f*'  Dealer in  ALL KINDS OF  Fruit, endy igars  igarcttcs & Tobacco.;  Bottom Block,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  <,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I  FAIRFIELD  SSI'S     mm .-^ l-fr.   f~,    wr%   *r**������  %   mm mmm. O    I   lilvti  J,. JACK,  Puoi'.  AVo will mail.Tho-Daily Province  ���������till'September''23 to w acWross  .iu'Canada o^sjdo the city of Vani  couver, for 25-^.  General Sleotiena Septon&������r 21  Take advantage of our Bplondid News'--.tevice;  and follow-intolHgcntly tlie moves of each party,    i  '..*'���������* o I  .,������������������.nO��������� i|ll������IWI|WIWMWIf>l')'WJ".l|II'.������msi*l������|s|W*f "***"*  r-  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu- meals;  Add a little BOVRIL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the differenc-e.  \}0 VRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  67  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District'ot Hnport.  .'_TAKEnot!c������ that Fndora Mne Leeson  ot Vancouver, B. (J,    < ccn*.;(ition f,Widow,  i'temls t������> npi)|y' l'ur per.s.is'i.ni to piir-  chnso the foils.wng d fcciibil Imd : Cs ru  menutug at ut a p.jbt planted   about   om-  mile north nndio cluiu s ������ai*t of the S. E.  comer of Seo'iou 4, T wuthip  8,   thm-ic*  uiTili_80^!l,iiiiis,_tlioncB_fiia.s;_80__chijiLS,-  therce nouth 80 ouiii!].,   therce west  SU  ohniiiR to place oi comraenceinent, couttm  iuur 010 acres, tnsra or lens.  ���������   Soribod ssn po t EML|a S.W. corner.  E.vjwra Mae Lkk'sox,  . JUmi Olai \x, Agent.  Dated Docemlier llth, 19t������.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE nolle* that Gardiner Alexander Brndy Spencer of Alameda  Cal., ocenporion plumber, inlendf  ip apply for permi������uiontopurcha������e  the following doscriliod lundu���������  '.Commencing at u post plrtiited  ftliiout 30 chains west of jhe ������ou'.h  east corner of Section 24, Townnliip  2i, thence west 80 oliniiiP. thence  b6uiIi 80 chainp, thenee east 80  cfiniris, ihence north to couth wore  of \\'olf Lake, thenco woslorly aloriR  HpUtli phoro to wour end of lake,  thenco eaPtiilong north Bliore about  40'-nhalns, thence north to place of  'cbmme'ncornrtnt, oontuining 400  acre* moro or Iopb.  ' Scribod on pop), G.A.B.S.'s N.K.  corner.  .Gardner Alexandra Brady  Spencrr.  Dun Clnrk, Agont  Dated Dojombor 14th, 1010.  RUPERT. LAND DI-TRICT  *;. *  .,       -���������'D'Btric-t of Rrpori),  'J'TAKE   JVOflCR   'that   Af'olnide  Ester  Clark    Br.wn,   of   Rrnokfieid.   N.  Y���������  married womnn. iutonda .to apply fer per-  miaiion.to pnrclime tha fpllowsbg dr scribed landu;������������������ Csinimano ng at a poet planted  at ���������oufhwswt conor of S'-o'loti' IS, Tsswn-  ehip 0, thoii,-o north   80  ohnin*,,   thence  oast 80 ohftinf,   tlienco   muth   80 chains,  thi-nosJ west 80 ohnins to plnco of common-"  .ment containing 010 oorca more or Ie?u,  8oribed on poet A.K.C.IVs S.W. oor  Anxi.AiDB Khtur C'i.ark iJRnw.v. >  Dan Clark, ng&nr,  DniodDpoomberlOth.miO.  wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.mmmmmmamammmmnmmmmmmm  UP   EI.IT. LANl*i DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE noiice that Beitrpm James  Tuuker of VaticouVt-r, li.'t'.  occupation Express Manager iniend*Vi  to apply for peimispion lo puiouat-H  ihe   full   a ing  described   landt,:���������  Co iff fi1    ci irg~at~aT,^r(jpt"pl an i ed���������  abo'*   110 chains wee' of ihe  e u������h  ea    comer of' Section  24,-Town-  'V '    ',  ship 21, ihence .wont 80 chainp,  tbence i-outh 80 chain?, thence east  80 ch.'iinp, tlience noith 80 chains  to placo uf 'commencement, oon-  lainiig 640 utiles moro or ]������������������<.  Sciibed mi po.t N*B J Ts N.E;   ���������  Betrtram Jamks* Ta^kbh,  Dun Olaikyfejuent .  Datod Decembor 14th, 1910.  A Fine Assortment'of  Fruits and Tobacco,  Vancouver Ice Cream,  4) Dunsmuir Avo.   Cumberland  Cook's Cottoo Root Compound;  Th������i Btoat Utorlno Tonte, aod  --���������--"--lo eltbctufti Monthly  irj)*n.whle!i woinen mo  .only aafo  jUwulAtoro  dopomU Bold In tluvo dtsflToon  tit tfrymflth-Nn, .1. III Ko. ft  "OrtPirniodat-ronBerj.sfat Hp.������,  10 ill  m  10 rtPimiod at-ronwr, |3t No. a  for a-wlftS.cawoa, Miwr M������  Bold liy rHt tlniomiita, or w*  pre nu Iti ������n. MJOcint or prhw  Wk  NOTICE  Atiyporson or porflons,.cutting,  roiiuiviiig or taking any block",  thn Imp or wood, of any doscpiptiodn'  wlonging to tlio Wellington Col-  iopy Co'y-, ovfrom op off tlio land  of tlio Hiiid (Jompnny,- or iinyoiu-*  tipping rubbish of any description  niH'whorn ��������� iipnn thr������ fruit fin iiv-u  l;ui*l will hi* pi-OsM'(������ntc*il to thn fnl!  oxtont of tlio law,  W. L. COULSON,  Gonopiil Miinngop,  Wolliiigton Colliery Co,y.  UUPKUT UND DISTRICT  Dmtriot af Rnpert  TAKB NOTICE thut.lamoH llradnliaw,  of Kmiorla, Florida, carpenter, iiitcnflfl  to niiply for ponniBHlon topuroba������fl th������  following dewiriliml Intu'a:���������Commmoinw  at n poiit planud '2 milo** went of tho H.K.  oormrof fciooiin 2*1, township 20, thenot*  north 40 oli I ������, Hi'non   went 80 oliai'.s,  tliono'i Bon'h 40 olialim,   tlionoo nut 80  olikinn'to plnop tsf conimenoemont, con-  taiul,'K 3'20 aorcB moro or Iobm.  Seriboil on pout J H'h H.K, uurnjr,  J a mbh HiunaiiAW,  Dau (Ihrk, agont.  nato.lD.combnrimii.lOlO.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Difttrict of Rupert        *  TAKE notice Ihut' Richmond  dharleu Biss of.. Vancouver, B, C,  Broker intend8 lo apply for per  mission to* piirchftce the following  describod *'liahdi������':��������� Comrhchciiifj, at  a post planted at i pout botwoen  Section 18k, Townnhip 9, and Sect*  ion 18, Township 20, tlunco wpit 40  chainp, thonco pouth 40 chains,  tlunco west 40 chainp, thenco muth  80 chainp; thence east 40 chuiim,  thonco' north 40 chainp, Oienre onpt  ���������lOchftlni?, tbence north 80 ohnins to  pinco of commomomont, containing  640 acrpH moro or Ippp:  Bcribod on popt IICBVN K cor.  lllOHMOND GhAUI.KP  BlfiH,  Dan Clark, aRont.  Dated Doconibor 19h, 1910,  RUPJ5RT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rnpert  TAKE noiice Ihat Marynorito  Leitch of Vancouver, B.C.," occupation SnlfulftsHy, intnids lo apply  ior penniPtioii io piuchnro tiie jut-  lowing,described l.tncU: -  Commciicinp at. a post pinned  I at tho n^rth fctict cctrm-r of Socuoi**  .34, Township 20. .thencti west, 80  chaina, thonco POitth SO thaiu.-,  thonco oaet 80 choii;*-, ihonoe norlli  80 chains to "place of con<mov.ee-  niont, containing 640 Rcrc?, woro  or lo������������.  Scribod**n rtcirt, M.L.'s N, K, c.'ir,  MAUfldKltlT'E'. I.r.lVCH;        ,  Dart. Clink, A Rent.  Palod Decembor KHh.iUlO.  i���������*���������������������������������������i aWtm ������������������������* m  /    X. ���������'Fp-������M������mphtot. a*1iIkwi������ Tub  tkluHilBtflllllOtL.TOHNTft.flNI. IJormefluWO.iUitl  8UBSCUID15 FOR THK NEWS  ONLV ONK DOLLAR A VKAU.  NOTICE.  Hiding on locomotivoB and rail  way caii- of tho Union Oollicry  Company by any purnon nr j^r������  ion������~~t*xcept tain cruw-~i,,;.strictly  prohibited. Kuipioyeua ftv tub*  WAo tUnmwul for itllowirid ������aiii-  liy order  *   W. 1..  COULSON,  General Manager.  UUVKHT LAND   DIKTUIOT  Din'not of  Ruqi-rt  'TAKRim������|w that D-lla Brooke  ol   Vtincuuvo'.    B, *   C,   Married  ^.r,i);,j.s>!    jt.   i>).(|j   In   .n^si'v    ti,v   yynr*  miwdnn to purchp^o Ibo folliiwinp:  described l,nulH:-Coniin������*ncing at  poal planted al Ibo northwcpt cor  nor of Section J10, Towntdi'p 9.  tbeuco eaht HOpbiiinc, llwurn ������ontli  SOchnitiV, tl-o'sco wval M) I'lininP,  thenct- tiorib HU chain* tn i l-i'i* oi  (Mirt ijonccttii'iit contui ii |i '140  aor������*p moro or h.*  Hmhfil on Po-t l> !'.������  N. W  cor.  Dki.i.a Hiioikh,  I)������;i Clark, Anon I.  D.icd December 17th, 1910.  UUPBBT LAND DISTHICT  DioMofc of Hnpi-rts.  TAKK NOTIOK thnt Kdward Dylco,  nf Diruliamtoi. NY. oooclim������n,intesidn to  (tp|i)y for p-MnnUrtioa to puruhaito tha fob  Iowuir dcierll-odi limdB!���������Cotrimonfliniiff at  a \)<nt planted 2 miloi weat of tlm  konth onnt oornor of 8������otion 21, TownRhip  20, tlionoo woil 80 oliulnH, tlmnco louln  HOclmini, Uidaoooaat 81) ohaina, thtnot*  norlli SO el-ainn to plaoo ofooinmpuaiment,  contuinina (Mil aorns, more or l������ai.  0���������IK������,1   pv, nriti  VT>'��������� V !**    ..,.������������������������  ���������     ������ f . ������������������ .  yf,     X.. ������.    i-i,������|,    ***./    U    ������'ii*|    V'   **������>���������*  nnwAni-t Dvkh,  Dnn Olark, A(?,oi������t.  DatcilDooomUrllUli, 11)10.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice thai Edrr. Fi.-d-or  Sponcor of Alpmod.-i, Cal., ma tried.  woman, intondu io apply tor per*  minion to purchapo tno following  dopcrihod land*:���������  Commencing at a popt planted  at lb������ houth w������'Kt cornor of Section  2 Township- 21, thenco cant 80  chainp, thenco north 80 chnin-',  thonco weal 80 chainp, iho nco pouth  80 chains to plnc^- of c on uro noo-  mont, unntaining 1140 acres more or  1 AflCt  Scribod on pnn K.K.K.'p S W.oor.  KdNA  FlPHKlt SP"NCKll  Dan Cluilr, Agent.  Dated December Ifith, 1010.  O. H TARBELL    {  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  District of Riip'-rt.  TAKR notice tbat ITnidoo Art by  ** .i , ...  ASlwsHs.s i, tt,\j , \,,,\, I ,l\, -t,\;\,i-���������',\  _ a i iu mi  {HIGH GRADE STOVES>������������������,  An������l till  KITCHEN . UTENhlLB  Sportsmens Goods  General Hardware  ' V  V).    1  intondu to apply for pi-rmi������*������ion to  I jpurchuro tho   following dorenbed  *I ilondp: ���������  ommencingnt a   prat planted  ho pouih on*' rnrnor of {���������Velio-*'  !1, Towni'bip 21, tlkt'oco no-'b   ..  chainp,   thnce   wopI    80 cbaiiip,  lliMt'iwti   pouth 80 cbaiiip.   ibcttn*  eaot 80 chaini-   l������   plac?   ol  ct*m  jmoncemflMt, contaminp, <������40 jk?ci������  niortii or loPd  Hcrilod on \*t**i. IU> K.V., c(ir.  ll^im'F Apiwv  ��������� Dan Clark, Aguut.  , Dali-d Decomltor JGtb, 1910.  matmgm_m*___________m_m__m_m  tarn '    ,'"''*, \; ���������>    ' ' ,x ��������� - <--' '   *>'''  '     * \ -.,-?' i-**,-  *  "'-,':'-'c^,.  \v" '--SV ' f^'W".*".?'"  y'T-'.'-f. '-,.!{{   ^ '.;.';'y^^..r^'A>t\:''v-^.f "'1  ���������.'**'.    ������'"������        ,     * r   .'������ -t '      ,A   il^.A.   -'      . , *��������� ' .      -.'��������� .���������-*-*?>.>it. ���������"     * - ',   - 'A- X , f    ������.**- ������-,   ** ���������    I  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  SCOTTISH ABSTINENCE.  A lifetime of disfigurement and suffering often,  results from improper  treatment of tlio skin or#  neglect of simple skin affections, j Cuticura Soap,  assisted, by .Cuticura  Ointment, affords the  purestj -swedtost and most  economical method of  caring for tbe complexion,  preventing minor eruptions from becoming  chronic, and speedily dispelling severe eczemas and  other torturing humors,  itchings and -irritations,  from, infancy to age.  Cutleum Soup and Ointment are sold by  drusruju everywbero.   Potter Drug ft Cbcm..  'Corp., Sola Propj.. Uoston, Msoa.    Mulled Irce,  CuUoura Book oa tha care of sltin und scull).  um  ���������mm  r-'tt.!:  Izii.^l  -lawti  ij.,,i<'  /"��������� J/  IU<_jJ  -���������-tfrnl  ,f9m  Even  Iih. Millyuns (engaging valet)��������� I  warn yon that frequently 1 am exceedingly ill-tempered and gruff,  Valet (cheerfully)���������That's all right,  so am 1.���������Sacred Heart lleview.  Scottish    Minister    Protests    Against  Alfred Austin's Story.  A.i angry Scottish clergyman has  written to ���������i-.o London'.Times in pro*  test against a slander upou the Scotch  nation incorporated by Mr, Alfred  Austin in .us Autobiography. Mr. Austin once went to Irvine to unveil a  statue of Robert Burns,  He writes:  Ou my arrival 1 spout the evening  with the local authorities, and at the  supper or early -dinner to which they  treated .rue as a guest, 1 fear they must  have thouglit me a poor creature, unless they were** familiar'with Southern  ways���������for 1 drunk -sparingly, according to my custom, wnile they, to my  amazement, tossed off glass after glass  of whisky neat, remaining just as sober as when we sat dowu,  The minister of Irvine, as one of the  few survivors of that memorable occasion, makes effective denial, and  'leaves little doubt as to who is" the  better literary craftsman of the twu  men. "Mr, Austin was entertained  by the late Provost Breckenridge, nol  to 'supper or early dinner'���������what u  strange '-".���������inversion!.��������� but to dinuei  somewhat after eight o'clock.. 1 do  not know what Mr.-Austin drank." I  was hot so rude us'to note, but 1 taki-  his, word. Will he take mine? It i?  hot, and in my experience it nevei  has been, the habit of tlie 'local authorities' to 'toss off glass after ghu.-*  of whisky-*' It certainly was not the  c'ase that night. Further, uiose hardy  drinkers���������according to Mr. Austin-  would "not have the hardihood to drink  whisky 'neat.' There, is one part ol  his story true���������they, were 'just as sober as before we, sat down.' So they  were, for an obvious reason: they  happened to be well-bred men. Mr.  Austin is, perhaps, as ignorant ot  .Northern ways-as he supposes us to  be of Southern. Was he surprised that  we were not all dressed jn kilts? We  have had evidently 'a duel' amang u.->  makin' ��������� not, takin' -- notes, and now  that he has printed them, they must,  if they are all like this sample, be a  monument of poetic inventive genius."  i   111  An Oil That Is Prized Everywhere.���������Dr.  Thomas' 'Eolectric Oil was put upon the  market without, any flourish over thirty  years ago. It was put up to meet the  vinniH of a small section, but as soon as  Uh merits became'known it had ii, whole  ������ontinont for a field, and it is now known  swul prized throughout this hemisphere.  There is nothing equal-to it,  Wine stains on 'tabic-linen are removed hy sprinkling, thorn with salt,-  moistening witli hot water and then  pour boiling wntor through the stain  until it.-.disappears.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper,  Mrs, Cunt well���������The junkman would  not buy tlio.se tilings wo sorted out.  Cnnt.wo.il���������Thon lot us bo. charitable,  Iny dear, nnd givo Ihem to tlio poor,  Tlie Flies th<>t nre now in your  liftchen and dining-room. were, proh-  nbly feasting on hoiiio indescribable  nnfit.ino.RR loss than an hour ago, and  itr n single fly often' enrriej- many  tshouPiinds of disease, germs attached  *io its hairy body, it is tho duty of  ftvory housekeeper to assist in exterminating this worst enemy of the  human race. Wilson's Fly Pads kill  flies in huoIi immense quantities ns  vrtmiot, be approached by any oihor  fly killer. /  ������ (_i ���������  Mny���������1. wonder lio\<rChoIly miiiinges  fo Iteet' Unit wisle-briinmed straw on,  in n wind liko this? ���������  Fny���������Vncinitn pressure.  It's the united effort*1 of little Ihings  thnt mnke big trouble*.  King's  Sons  Commoners.  The announcement that when the  proper time comes it is the intention  of the King to revive for his younger  sons dukedoms, such as those of Kent,  Sussex, and Gloucester, which ar?  connected with the royal family, and  that the Dukedom of Kent has, in  fact, been chosen already for Prince  Albert, brings home the fact that as  the children of a peer have no special  advantage so neither have, the younge*-  children^'pf_ the��������� K i ng_hi_mself, _ JThe  King's wife, his 'eldest son, his eldest  daughter, and his eldest's son's wile  all have social advantages by law.  His other children have no special  status unless their father thinks good  to raise them to the peerage.  As the law of England knows no  classes of men except peers and commoners, it follows that the younger  dii Idrcu of the King ��������� the eldest is  born Duke of Cornwall���������are in strictness of speech commoners, unless they  are personally raised to the peerage.  There is nothing to hinder a King's  son, not being a peer, from voting at  iin election, or from being elected to  the House of 'Commons; and if he  committed- a crime he would be tried,  not by the House of Peer3 or the  Court of the High Lord Steward, but  by a common jury.  Mere precedence and titles have  nothing to do with the matter, though  probably,- a good deal of confusion  arises from the modern fnshiqn of calling all the children of , the King  "Princes" or "Princesses."  WM \  MOO1  ?**.,  '"i  ���������"'..rt)'.      ��������� *���������������������������  .,'K\iM������������*rv  LESS TIME IN THE KITCHEN  MORE TIME IN THE JllONT ROOM   IIMIIIII   n*MlljLll������MWil1   ������������������1111    ������������������   M    I IH W������������������   I      I   IM ��������� I    !!��������� ���������  ���������That's your reward if you let MOONEY'S BISCUITS tako*  th& place of tho bread and biscuits you bake yourself,  You'll find MOONEY'S a delightful substitute for your own  best efforts���������the family will liko them.   Becauso  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  ���������como to you straight from the oven in tho big Winnipeg factory,'  . They liave that freshness and crispness only to be found in a  newly made biscuit. No other biscuit can come to your tabla aa  fresh from the oven as MOONEY'S.  Get the big packago or the sealed tin-  both of them damp proof, dust proof,  dirt proof���������aud  t  "LET MOONEY DO IT"  ���������  \  s  Kv������ten,  h,.t.,im    (,ripPl������.d    n���������,|, ^ uf|,������������ bed ������nd 6nn������/'lMac_k-Kye(  No Ability  to Digest Food  NERVOUS SYSTEM SO EXHAUST-  ED THAT yiTAL ORGANS ARE  FEEBLE IN ACTION  Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food  Thf* -diKi'Mivc syntom U a wonderful  piece nf inadiiiuiry, but p'owVr is ne-  crsenry U> make it effective.  In litis onm* tin* potver in lhe nerve  force coiilaiiii-tl in Ilie body, and, if  tin* nerve  "five   *������y������t(*ni   lieeomen    orini  tu*.,.  ������������������ ���������   .,,tt,.,.!,,..    r ������������������.,,,   -],..iy  r-rrvnim lifMidnehcH, neuriilirle pnitm,  Om.y ivpdlis* wi'-ikm1** and diseonr-  iiHi'iiient, ,,( ,  8tr'*nV'lh i*rtnn<t 1>^' r^^rtined from  fh'r������ fsfsnsl yen f*nt >,n lonu na digesflon  in mi imperfect, but vmi tuin be roslor-  ,���������������    Vvv'  ftf'    fl,,,.,'       \���������r,.,.    l,*,,,���������f     ���������, ,.|,i,, X.  fontains  in enndensod. pill  form  tlioi  wry <-lciiHnt*i of niitiirc which go to  forni new mrvr* force.  Owrwoth, wo'rry, anxiely ntisl ex-  fcsisive ineiitiiJ effort exhnii*-.! tb.'j  ni'rvotix \vt-tein nl ii treiiinidiMi*-. rah*,1  rtnd repitir nin.-t I,,- nim.t>< before .-sums'j  ������\������.-*isUiii jMnii <,j (i)^,,l|st. H,.js |Mi |)r#,  Ohn:'f-*K N'stvp l*'(������id inviaorntes |||<>)  ���������."...TVs. v.!iiv:h i-.,j,ii,.I ;;���������. .Iijn-������iivi*l  fluid.-.. *iw|.jN*ii,- Hn Ji|,|i, nt.*, i- slitrlii.i  Iy Inxntivf-, so n- t��������� encitiirnn,. tjie ne.'  iifitt   fl   tits*   I.Ms.l,     juisl     ������tl.-nt;l|u.||S|  %-vfty urtt.m t,\ lh,- |,<���������lv I  Ymi cnn uw- tin, tr.*nlins-nt f.-s-liim!  ���������.���������f-ihtm tli:,i fv.-ty ������!<���������������������������.-  is <h������nii von:  -tt Vrf *  A Triflins Incident.  An Irishman wont into a barber  shop, and thu unsteady gait with  which he approached the chair showed  that he had been imbibing.oi tho produce of the stirl. He wanted his hair  out, and while the barber was getting  him ready went off into' a sleep. Hit)  head kept bobbing from one.side to  the othor, and at length tho barber  in making a mup cut off tho lower  part of liis ear. The barber gasped,  then jumped about and howled, and a  crowd of neighbors ruHhed in. Finally the demonstration became so groat  that it began to attract the attention  of the man in tho chair, and he opened one eye and said, "Wh-wlm-at'-* the  mntter wid ye?,?"  "Good Lord!" said tho barber. "I've  cut off tlie whole lower part of yuur  ear."  "Havo ye? Ah, thin, go on wid yer  business,   It was too long anyhow I"  Gave Him Sntlifactlon.  Once, whilo stopping nt n country  Inn, Stephen Incledoh, nn eminent  English tenor of other dny*, quarrel-*  ed during tlio evening with on nrmy  ollicer, He imagined he hnd closed  tho controversy ny going off to bed,  but tlio ollicer, left downstairs to  brood over hi* wrong*, thought other-  wise. Making his wav to Inelodoit'n  bedroom, hu found 'he dinger fast  asleep. Waking him, tho ofllcor demanded satisfaction. "HntUfnction?"  murmured  Inclodon, sleepily. "Woll,  She  Laughed  "Wise men hesitate���������only fools are  certain/' he observed, in the courseof  a conversation with his tender spouse.  "I don't know about that," she said,  testily.  "Well. I am certain of it!" he exclaimed.  And for a long time he was puzzled  to understand why she burst out  laughing at him.���������Smart Set.  "The "cheapness of "Mother G raves'-Worm  Extorminator puts it within reach of all,  and it can be got at any druggist's.  "Are these boys over there going to  engage in  belligerent activities?"  "No'm; they're going to scrap."���������  Baltimore American.  THE LIFE-LINE.  Minard's Liniment cures garget in cows  Ordinary white chalk such as is  used in the; school room for blackboard  work is invaluable as a household  remedy for removing spots from white  clothes and shoes,  Through indiscretion in eating green  fruit In summer many children become  subject to cholera morbis caused by irritating acids that act violently on tho  lining of the intestines. Painn and  dangerous purgings ensue, and the delicate system ot the child suffers under tho  drain. In such cases the safost nnd surost  medicine is Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial. It will ..check tho inflammation  and siivo tho child's life, ,.  "Justnsee how high thnt ship i.s out  of tho water, Alfred!   Why, is t,hnt?'<  "Why, don't you understand, dear,  that sometimes the water's low?"  Susan" in hi* best stylo, "Thoro,"  he Hind, lying down again, "my sing-  '.UH n! thai .mux hu.-, u'lYfii -;i.it!,w  tion to thousands," and turned over  and went to sleep again.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  trlltt LOCAL APPLICATIONS, tui they cannot resell  th������ teat o( the dlioMe. CMarth Is a blood or consth  tutloiul dIncase, nnd In ordor to cure It you mint tuk������  Intcrnul remedies, null's Catarrh Curo Is Ukcn In,  hsmalljr, anil acta dlroctly upon tho blood and mucous  mrfaoos, Hall's Catarrh Curo Is not a quack mtdl-  tine. It wan proscribed by onn ot ths bent physicians  lit this country fnr yours and Is a regular prescription.  tt li wmiHMMl ot tlm bent tonics known, combined  with the hex blood purlflcra, noting directly on ths  mucous surfaces, The perfect combination of ths  two ingriHllenu Is what produces such wonderful reditu In eurlng catarrh, Hend for testimonials, rr������4.-  "_   -.*'��������� J* CHEWItY * CO., Prop*, Toledo, a  IK..* by Druggists, pries T8o.  Take lliari Kamuy puis lor ooostlpauos*,     ,  Knicker���������My wlfo is always prais-  in" the inch she rejected for me.  Bockcr���������Novor mind; sho will prai.se  you to her neeond husband.  Thin is to certify tlmt 1 huve lined  MlNAJ-iD'S MNFMKNT in my family  for yent'H,, and ponnlder it the bent  liniment on the market. 1 lmve  found it excellent for hormi (lenh .  (Signed),  W. S. PINKO.  ������������������Woodlands." Mlddleton, N.S.  "Maggot Curs."  Following upon the mnny attempts  u������ imii si vain mi uiiuiuiupiuiu, Uiu  "tiMKKot curs;" U being experimented  with at Hhipton, and uko, on a moro  HiubitiouH Hcule, ut Denholme. A  wciudeu buildititf at nomo dintanco from  the town, ownwl by Me������*in, Clark &  Co,, mag-jut breeder*, In tho hcciio of  flic tr:.-i! Tlis* vi.m* it thnt the pitient  tn us* I, inhale thy nmmoiiln-llke fumet  uiv.'ii s.ff bv myriad* nf main-fit-*. The  "<*urt*" iii li.'ing tf^tt.I by a coupl������ of  lillltl-J.  (Ircen, blue, lavender, nnnline reds,  j-mtj'-V- *!'.*.d j-inl: :-!-/"*.1'1 '**- "A'\1-.-,<i in  filntn water���������two nuneoH to a tub.  HliU'k, Kray and dark bluo should  nouk in HtronK Halted water.  2   DODD'S \  %,' -PILLS ^  i ,      .  Why He P*hd.  Wife���������Wretch! Slmw me thnt letter.  !fusbanil--\V!inl *t\U-t'r  Wi���������������������Tli.it on.** hi yiiur hnnd.    ft**  from a woman, I c-m m-e Xy the writ-  om.** ^-.'.1, ,n\,l .,-nu iu.,.',  ti-y ni>iiii(r your ifK*ri-iii4������* in weiitlit,      , , . .        TV. Hin.se'M  X.-rv^  Fo.nl   .in tcntti   '"��������������� "r,tl V*'" t^rimf p������|e when you)  ���������;* ht,x, ������ Ifixfn for S'l-W. nt nil tltmh-tt,   "������ 'V     i   v      i.      .  .     ���������  w FAmmkm, fUlo* A ���������->., Limit^l.t _, "a,b*wl7 V*,i her* U '*'  It*lo^l  Tcromo. ' dmsmaker������ btll. _  W. N. U., No. ISO  Work of the Rocket Brigade on British  Coast.  ���������There is little uoubt that His Majesty's action iu instituting a . new  medal to be awarded to members ot  Volunteer Life Saving Brigades foi  long service will uu greatly appreciated  throughout the  kingdom. o  The Royal National Lifeboat lnsti-  -tution--can-clahu-thc saving-oM9,39-i.  ���������lives from shipwrecks since the year  1824, an average of nearly 570 per annum, which speaks volumes tor the  work of the lifeDoats round our coasts.  But wrecks often take place in parts  where it is impossible for a lifeboat  to render aid on account of rocks, or  the coast may be composed of a, continuous line of cliffs; trom which no  boat could be  launched.  ln such cases a rocket brigade is requisitioned, and tneir method of life-  saving is most- ���������*������������������*   When the local coastguinds���������who usually direct tne wonixiig of a rocket  party���������are appriseU of u. wreck, they  call the, brigiiue together���������generally by  tno tiring oi a; rocKet���������and they proceed to urag their apparatus overland  on a small wagon to uie point nearest  the stranded vessel. To aid them in  their work ut nig.it a "wreck-light,"  ib* provided. Tins is composed of a  number of small oaxes'*similar to condensed milk tins containing inflammable material, tnu boxes being ligiit-  ly fastened to each.other end to end.  The whole is hung up and lighted  from the bottom; each bjx bums away  br.illiantly, tnun ignites the one ubove  it, and falls to the ground, so that the  light is maintained, and does not become blurred by uny carbonized or  waste matter.  A rocket is placed on the tripod  firing stand, a line being attached to  the stick of tno rocket. Each line ii  kept stowed careiuiiy in a box "flaked' round a numuer of pins to prevent  it becoming untangled in transit,  When ready,,for tiring, however, the  lid* of the box is taken off, and the  pins withdrawn, leaving the line in u  convenient form for running out.  The rocuei ,ia now carefully pointed  towards the "wreck, allowance being  made for wind, dlstanco, etc,; theu a  light is applied to tne fuse, a shower  ot sparks, springs from its tail, and it  Hies off on its errand of mercy, carrying the line.  If the rocket Is well placed it will  carry one end of the line across the  deck of the stranded vessel, ond, the  other end bjitig h*h on shore, it con*  iii'Otlon Is established; hut the ditll-  cultloH of firing in n plo may necos-  sltnte the discharging of several rockets before this step is accomplished.  Too people nil i.u* wreck haul tne  line in, and tlie rescuers will attach to  their end a hnwsi*r--thnt Is, a heavy  ropo, on which the "broeches-buoy"  will be fiuspendeu, and an "eiuilesn  whip," thu latter being a long length  of rope running through u block, the  ends of the rope iK'iug joined together  su us to form a large ring. A small  tag attache..! t.i the hawser gives directions, in three languages, for the work-  \Vh"N the rnrksM-lit*'" i������ VtntilM  aboard tho wreck, tho crow of tho lat-  rer, acting on the instructions on tho  tag, will fasten the hawser around  tho funnel, mai-t, or some superstructure on the vessel us high above tho  ,1,1- "SI I        s ,        I.    I I .       .     II  tail on the block of the endless whip  a little below the hawser.  The men on shorn now mako their  end of the hawser fast, -stretching It  as tightly as possible, raising it above  the level of the sea to prevent anyone  being drajnjsHl through the surf. A  largo tripod is pruvided for beaches  or low shores- to nxlm the hawser about  ten i*-*-*i irom the ground.  What is known u.i tho "breeches-  buoy*- U an orJinary lifebelt with *  pair of large canvas breccnes Attached.  Thi* is *Mt������|,vin!f,l from the hawser  J on a tritvel.ng wheel, and can now be  i pulle*l lo ami frutrt this wreck by the  i*rHiW������������ "whipi  If tbe p**ople on tho ������tr������nded ship  appear to be exhausted or tumble to  understand what they should da, onu  of the rfiou.* party will go out ia tht  buov  to  USUI Ui������r������.  A Woman's Way  Crabshaw���������If you insist on this new  gown, I'll have to get it, on credit.  Mrs. Crabshaw���������As long as it's going to be charged, dear, 1 may. as well  get a more expensive one.  Hippo���������Goodness! What a queer-  looking apartment-house! Why,.there  are two air shafts!  - Monk (janitor)���������They are not air  shafts^sir. Jl'hoseari^thejuites_occu-  pied'by the "giraffes."  Still  Looking  Agent���������Here, madam, is a book that  will tell you how to manage a husband.  Woman���������But, my dear man, what I  want is a book that will tell me how'  lo get- one, and I'll manage him all  right. ,  Silk  stockings  wero  first worn  by  King Henry No. 2 of France in 1547.  And here it. is 1911_and jv^haven^  "worn "our first pair"yet."  Woman's Ills  Many women suffer needlessly from girlhood to womanhood and from motherhood to old ntfe���������with backache,  dizziness or heatlaohe. She becomes broken-down, sleepless, nervous, irritable nnd feels tired from morning to  night. When pains nnd aches rack the womanly system at  frequent intervals, ask your neighbor about  ���������   Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription  This Prescription haa, tor over QOy-ars, been  curing delicate, weak, pain-wracked women,  by the hundreds of thousands nnd this too in  "" the privacy ot their homes without their hav  IM to submit to Indelicate tjueatlonlnia and  dtlenslvely repugnant examinations.  Siok women are invited to consult in confidence by letter frtt. Address  World's Dispensary Medical Ass'n, R.V. Pieroe, M. D., Pres't, Buffalo, N. Y,  Da. Pibrob's Gbbat Family Doctor Book, The People's Common Sense  Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date edition���������1000 pages, answers in  Plain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married)  ought to know about. Sent free to any address on receipt of SO one-cent  stamps to cover cost of wrapping and mailing only, in French cloth binding.  For Health and Economy  Eat more Bread  TEN cents wil! feed'an ordinary family a day  on first class bread.   This does not mean  ordinary bread.   l?or there is an important  difference between ordinary bread and first class  bread.  It isn't a difference of looks or methods of  making or baking. It is a difference of nutrition,  food value, healthfulness. And this food value  depends on the flour used." For there is a wide  difference between flours.  If all /lour were the best flour, then all bresd, properly made,  would be good bread,    But nil flour U not first clwi bec������u������ all  ���������   wheat il not first claw.    Wiie������, you Know, varies in jju/m/ j^  ^* nimost a much ������* *ppi<;* or puu;>j-a j (Jicic ne at mny diJTcroit  gradei of wheat si tliere are grudei of butter���������or wool.  And every difference In g������de rer>fe������ents an actual difference in nourlihlng  value, food eleinenti, wholeioroeneii.    Tlour made from a low grade of1  wheat U by no means io healthful u flour made from lilfili grade wheat,  Now the wheat that ������f������������ into  Ofjilvie's Royal Household Flour  u of the very hlgheit grade. It con-  laliu the lichen ponible percentage  ef nutritive value. The makeri of  "l\C>YAt. HOUSEHOLD" main-  tain expewive labcratoriei and baUng  departmenti where iltilled men sclent-  Ificslly analyse each day'i milling.  None but lhe very beit Red Fyfe  wheat���������rich (a nutrition and  MthfuIpeM.-.-can r������������. Prtf  thii reawn bread made from  ilOYAL HOUSEHOLD  FLOUR eentaini the max-  Inram  of food  ���������*!������>������ and  furnishes the maximum of energy and  itrength, And for thi same return  "ROYALHaUSliHOLD" makea  the fineit pie*, cakei, blicuiti.mulfini,  rolls, and p������try of ill lundi. It ii  the one flour that a houiewife ihould  uie In order to have her household  baking itrktly firit clan.  ���������  "tattttfi t*ak tat a Catk" *fxh  US ratm tf Paetpat thst havt  baan MlaA and IHl������4 will ha **M  tita ta your s44r*aa If you rrumtk*  th*Mm������elyouriU*ii������r. 133  TViHI������vl������n������������'lflIlaC*.llrt������el  Montrul. Posl Vm*m,Wltmim, ��������� : ** ���������������.     -,  '--'  *        '������������������  , ' V y  V      I  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  r^-  A MAKTYR TO HEADACHES?  IJfBBuSSS^^SASR S  25c, a Box at your druggist's,  will make life comfortable for you agam.  They relieve the worst headache In 30 minutes or less.  NatloMi Drue ami Cbtmicsi Company of Cuoads. Limited,      ���������      ���������  3t  Moati*aL  AT THE OUTSET  Young married couples should start their,house-keeping  careers    aright.      Remember, . Mrs.    Juno-Bride,    that  EDDY'S INDURATED WARE  is the BEST on the market.   Also that  Eddy's "SILENT" Matches  are absolutely safe and harmless.  MATCHES,  PAPER  (of all descriptions),  WOODENWARE,  PAILS,  TUBS AND WASHBOARDS.  a*  Gentle Hint  "I suppose you don't show much  parti ti lily?" remarked the new patron  in the lunch room, "ln other words,  you wait on a guest regardless of  what he looks like?"  "Yes," laughed the pretty waitress,  "but-���������er���������1 wait on him with much  more celerity if he looks as if he is  going to be liberal."  UNSIGHTLY  COMPLEXIONS*  The constant use of Cuticura Soap,  ���������assisted by Cuticura Ointment, for  toilet, bath and nursery purposes, not  only preserves, purifies and beautifies  the skin, scalp, hair and hands, but  prevents inflammation, irritation and  clogging of the pores, the common  cause of pimples, black-heads, redness  and roughness, yellow, oily, mothy  and other unwholesome conditions of  the complexion and skin. All who de-  light in a clear skin, soft "white hands,  a clean wholesome scalp and live  glossy hiiir, will find Cuticura Soap  and Ointment most successful in realizing every expectation.  "Would you," he asked, "care to  live to he a hundred years old?"  "Not if -anybody knew it," she replied.  Little Johnny���������"Sav, mister?"  Mister-"Will?"  Little Johnny���������"Who crossed your  eyes instead of dotting them?"  LACK OF PURE BLOOD  The Cause of Most Illness-  The Cure, Enrich the  Blood Supply.  1 Any illness caused by lack of blood  will be benefited and cured by a  course of treatment with Dr. \\!iU  lams' Pink Pills. These Pills increase the red matter in the blood  and enable it to carry to every organ  and tissue an increased supply of  oxygen, the great supporter of all  organic life,, Thia has been proved  by cures in thousands of cases not  only in Canada but in all parts of  tho world,' xuore people to-day owe  health und happiness to Ur, Williams' Pink Pills than to any other  medicine, One of thoso is Mr, .lames  Starr, of Galahad, Alta., who says:'  "A few yours ago I became ill and  very weak. Some days 1 would have  a hot dry fever and on others would  be bathed in a cold sweat. 1 grew  weaker and weaker until 1* could do  no kind of work and wns finally coil-  fined to my bod. 1 tried several doctors, who cost me considerable  money, but did me no good, as I  was still getting weaker and weaker,  1 asked the lust doctor who attended  me to tell ino frankly if ho could  curt? nje, and ho told ino tny case was  ho complicated -that he did not think  ho could help tne, I told him I had  hoard n grunt deal nl>o,ut Ur. Williams' Pink Pills and uskod if he  thought, they would help me, His  reply wiih: "Well, they won't do you  any. harm and they nniy help you."  I Hunt for it hnlf dozen boxes nt once  and begun hiking thorn. After taking three boxes there was tio doubt  they, were helping me, uud 1 continued using them for some time longer,  with the result thnt 1 am now as  strong and hearty nnd can do ns good  a day's work ns nny mnn in my  neighborhood,"  Those IMIIh aro sold by nil nietli-  clno dealers or mny be hnd hy tnnil  nt 60 eenls n box or six boxes for  $2.60 from The Dr. Willinms' Medicino Go,, llroekville, Out.  Tourist���������"1 suppose travellers often  fall over this cliff,  (Initio���������"Nieii, nien Horrj never  ���������more than once."  ���������Tii', whnt is tx dentist?"  "A dentin!, tny son, is u mnn who  uhoh other people's teeth to feed hini.  self."  Only  Lost Two  "Doctor, how many times have you  operated for appendicitis?"  '"Oh, at least fifty times. I should  say,"  "And how many cases have you  lost?"  "Only two. One of them went into  bankruptcy and the other died without leading a dollar."  On the notice board of a church  near Manchester the other doy the following announcements appeared together: A potato pie supper will be'  held on Saturday evening. Subject  for Sunday evening, "A Night of  Agony."  It   Is  Wise  to   Prevent   Disorder.���������  Many causes lead to disorders of the  stomach and few are free from them.  At the first manifestation that the  stomach and liver are not performing  their functions, a course of Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills should be tried, and it  will be found that the digestive organs  will speedily resume healthy action.  Laxatives and sedatives are so blended in these pills thnt no other preparation could he so effective as they.  Yet one exception we recall���������  No'man approves a shortcake small.  ���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Man wants but little here below���������  At least, the old saw tells us so���������  He���������"Perhaps your father objects  "tb""m"e""~on' account-of~"nTy"'shof tcoin���������  ings?"     ,    (  She���������"No; I think it is on account  of your late-stayings."  ,      THE LOST CHANNjEL  H������w   a    Picturesque   Spot    in    th*  Thousand islands Was Named.  Few of the visitors to the Thousand Islands realize how many historical associations this region possesses.- It has always,been the boundary line between-nations, and every  creat war in the history of America *  | haa seen some large or small tragedy  enacted near its waters.  in the year 1760 two armed vessels, the Onondaga and the Mohawk,  with 1.000 mon on board, under the  command of Gen. Jeffrey (Lord Am?  herst), sot out from. Oswego, N.Y..  intent on capturing Montreal.  "  Just as the expedition was entering-the St. Lawrence a lookout on;  the Onondaga saw a bateau filled  with soldiers putting out from an  island and heading down the river.  Judging at once that, they wero  French scouts, \ tho two invading  ships gave chase, hoping to capture  tho bateau.  After going several miles the  bateau suddenly veered, at a point  where three hilla extend into the  river, -and ran down a narrow channel between a large island and several smaller ones. It then passed out  into a large bay, beyond which could  bo seen another and a larger channel  extending among the islands. Knowing that the channels between, these  islands are usually very deep, the  Onondaga continued the pursuit.  \Vlien in the middle of the channel  tlie vessel was suddenly- attacked  from all sides hy the Indians and  French hidden on tho surrounding  islands. The decks were swept with  musketry and arrows. The guns were  trained on the islands, and the attacking party was soon forced to  escape, in canoes. Coxswain Terry  and his crew were ordered to lower  a boat and to bear a message to the  captain of the Mohawk, telling him  to.tuTn back into the main channel.  Another boat was then lowered to  seek but a passageway and, a deep  channel being found, the"*"Onondaga  dropped down stream below ^he-  thickest group of islands and awaited  the return of Terry and his crew, As  they did not'return Ensign Barry was  ordered to lower the cutter and  search for them. He returned after  some hours, hnving found no trace  of the boat. He had been .bewildered by the intricate channels and  numerous island* and had not been  able to find the channel through  which the Onondaga passed. It was  thought probable that Terry and his  crew had boarded the Mohawk, but  the officers of that 'vessel reported  that the message had been delivered  and that the bout had started to return to the Onondaga. Tho eoxs-  .wiiin-and^-his~cre-w���������worG_never_heaiid,  from, and were undoubtedly captured  or killed. Ensit-n Barry named the  scene of the fight the Lost Channel,  which name it has since borne.     ������������������  He���������"Is this a permanent engagement?"'  She���������"I hope not. I should like to  get married some .time,"  Strand Man���������My wife wants to  name our bnby Theodore Roosevelt,  iPieadilly���������How do you stand on the  Egyptian  question?  ThiB is to certify that I have used  MINARD'S LINIMENT in my family  for yenrs, and consider it the best  liniment on the market. I have  found it excellent for horse flesh. * ���������, ���������  *    '   (Signed)  W. S. PINEO.  "Woodlands," Micldleton. N.S.  Why Ho Didn't  "He knows nil the host people in  town." "Why doesn't he iissoeinte  with them, then?" "They know him."  ���������Cleveland Lender,  He���������Going to marry the rich Jnck  HammondP Why, 1 thouglit ho hud  thrown all his monoy to tlio dogs.  She���������So he did; hut they turned out  to l>u retrievers.���������M, A, P,   ,  Always Serviceable���������-Most pills lose  their properties with ago. Not so with  htrmoloo's Vegetable Pills, The pill  iniiHH Is so compounded that their  strength nnd,effectiveness is preserved  nnd the pills cnn he curried"uuywlie.ru  without fear of losing their potency.  This is a 'quality Ihut fow pllln possess, Nome pills lose their power, hut  nut so witli l'ltrmoloe's, They .will  niniiiliiiu their freshness nud potency  for a long Hmc,  Saving His Feelings  The Olllee Boy  (to pond-dent lndy  artist, who calls six times it week)���������  The editor's still engaged,  The Lndy Aitist-'I'ell him it doesn't  mutter.   I don't wnnt to marry hini,  Tho Olllee Boy-I 'nvon't tho 'nrt  to toll 'im tlmt, ruins. He's 'ad several disappointments tu-dny. Try uud  look in ngiiin next your,���������Tho Sketch.  Wc guarantee the  absolute purity of   ���������  the tobaccos used in  the manufacture of  Cigarettes.  ^#^^_  m ��������������� "ttmwtm wmnlWi  LDfcErmAFlKE  _ _^m_,*fmmt ...  I0|  Art Treasures In Fredericton.  That very keen gentleman, J.  Furves Carter, English artist, has  sprung another sensation. Lust autumn, it will be remembered, ho rummaged through an old lumber room  at Laval. University, and told . tho  academicians that their storehouse  was the greatest an gallery in Canada, alleging that it contained, for  instance, Ruben's Fruit Garland, also  a Gainsborough, a Sulvatdr Rosa, and  a Poussin. While a great many peo-  ��������� pie agreed with Mr. Carter, some  thought that clever copies had barn-  foozled him. In fact, the Laval Collection is a mystery yet; no one has  been able to quite decide as to the  individual meritsof tho two million  dollars- worth of art treasures in the  'quaint Quebec Collego, Mr. Purves  Carter bus given it up, though not  his hobby of dialling up rare pictures,  He'has migrnteti elsewhere, lately to  Now Brunswick. Tho othor day ho  journeyed to Fredericton, In tho  Council Chamber of tho Government  building, four courtly figures huvo for  yours' looked down benignly from  thoir gilt frames. Who 41iey aro every  high-school boy can tell: King  George of Tea Party fame, Queen  Charlotte, Glenig, Scottish earl, and  His Excellency, tho Enrl of Sheffield.  ; As to who painted these pictures,  , well, no ono in Fredericton hns boen  j nhlo" to recollect,-  i    Connoisseur    PurvoR   Carter    has  j come out with his explanation,   Ar*  ' riving from Boston in St. .Inhn   the  I other night, ho said that the paint-  I ings of King Georgo UI. and Queen  i Charlotte were no less than the work  1 of   Sir  -loHhtia   Reynolds',   that  the  ' (llenig   one   was done   by Gruhiun,  famous Scottish artist, and thut John  Jloppnor, U.A., was   roflpousihlo   fur  the portrait of tho Earl of Sholllold.  Took ths Wrong Out.  I    When anyone shakes hands with thn  Premier, snys Tho Toronto Mail nnd  I Kmpiro correspondent who ha* accent-  j pnnied Sir Wilfrid Laurier to tlio  j West, ho nt onoo onqulres the nnmo  I nnd then makes somo remark or com.  I mont designed to ploimo tlio voter or  i Ids wife, If the namo Ts Mrs, .lone.*-,  I lie insists that it must bo MIhh .Ioiioh,  ! and if the nationality of the speaker  I is bt'truyed hy tho namo that fact in  I noi/,od upon to ndvanttiRo, but now  nnd then the most wily politician  ' intikes a mistake. At Selkirk the oth*  I it atleriHioii tiiu iruiiiicr Man iu iim*  1 Ji'llh- uml bad ng hy] hnnd nnd *,i win-  i ning smile fnr everybody, As he was  I driving off somo voter grasp-ad his  i Jin ml ontliiihiiihtii'iilly.  "What is the nnmo?"  "Bulliviin." ,_  \������ii,  ><-:.-i,  ;sij,   Jiuilu'l ..nisi.     I   i|i*v,.*.  not forgotten your name,   It ia a flno  old Scotch nnmo."  "To hell with the Scotch," responded tho voter.  Mrs, M. Btrrttt,  <o������ Montii St,  Motm������������l, Myi:  "A horrid  rash came out all over my baby's lace and  spread until it had totally covered his scalp.  It was irritating and painful, and caused  the little one hours of suffering. We tried  soaps and powders and salves, but he got  no better. He refused his food, got quite  thin and worn, and was reduced to a very  serious condition, I was advised to try  Zam-Buk, and did sa It was wonderful  how it seemed to cool and ease the child's  burning, painful skin. Zam-Buk from the  very commencement teemed to go right to  the spot, and the pimples and sores and the  irritation grew less and lest. Within a  few weeks my baby's skin was healed  completely. He has now not a trace of  rash, or eruption, or eczema, or burning  sore. Not only so, but cured of the tormenting skin trouble,-he has improved in  general health."  Zam-Buk li told at all itorM and mtdlelua Tendon, 50c. a boa, sr pott free from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, for price,������ boxei fnr $1. jo. A cariatn cun  JnnilUlcliidiMa'fS, cuti, burnt, ate, andforpllaa.  There Were Other Reasons  At the Lawyers club the' conversation turned' on ihe rebukes that the  judges have sometimes administered  to lawyers. Martin W- Littleton said:  , "You know that some trial judges  fare as badly at tlie hands "of lawyers  as lawyers fare ; at the hands of trial  judges. Down in .Texas there was a  trial judge we will call Jones in  a county we will call Mexico, because  neither of those, names is at all like  the original. The supreme court, reviewing a decision of Judge Jones  paid him a compliment in the following words:  "This case," said the. learned upper  counsel, "is an-appeal from a decision  made by Judge Jones, but there are  other reasons why the oilicial should  be sustained."  "The cotirt then went on and gave  the other reasons," but Judge Jones  wounded-in-his-amour'-properj��������� novcr-  forgot that first sentence." ��������� New  York Herald.  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that  Contain Mercury,  us mercury will surely desiroy the'  sense of smell and completely uerange  tne whole-system wiu.ii, en.enng it  iiii'ougn tlie mucous surtaxes. 6uclt  urdcies sliou.d never be used except  oil, prescriptions from reputable pny-  siciuus, as tue uiunuge tus.y will uo is  ten told to*"the goud yuu.can possibly  derive from tlieiu. Hall's tJutarrti  Cure, .manufactured by F." J. Uueney  ta Co.,- loic'uO, O., contains no mercury; and is taken imurniulyi- acting  directly upon the bLod and mucous  surfuces of the system. In buying  Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you gut  the genuine, It is taken internuuy  and made in Toledo, Uhio, by F. J  Cheney & Co,   'J eatiinonials free.  Sold by . druggists. Price, 75c pei  bottle.  'Juke Hall's Fumily Pills for constipation,  Mother���������"There were, two apples 111  the cupboard, tommy,'iind now tnere  is only one.   How's'that!'"  'loiiitny (who sees no*way out of it)  ���������"Well, mn, it was so dark in there 1  didn't see the other."  Through indiscretion in eating  green fruit in summer mnny children  iioeoinu suhject to cholera morbus  caused by irritating' acids that act violently on the lining ut the intestines.  I'nins and dangerous- purgings ensue  und the delicate system of the child  suffers under tho drain. .,. In rfiich  cusus the safest and surest medicine  is Dr. .1, D. Kellogg'a Dysentery Cor-;  j ilinl.   It will cheek the inlliiinination  land save the child's life.  I    The class wns being questioned on  ��������� the eui'diiiiil points of the eoiiipiiss.  !   "If I turn in ������������������the oust ami look nt  tlio rising sun whnt is behind moh"  ,,   Hoy���������"Vor shudder."  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc  Tho Rut���������A dingle  "A mil    A rut!" Horeiiined    Brother  .Iim  As wild ho prnnei'd nbout the door.  "Ol, wheroP   Oh, wherep" thn Hist'em  cried    *  "Why, right in Kilty's pompadour."  -81. NieholiiH.  Ditlcrsdorf "Iloro come two evil-  looking nisenls.   1 shouldn't wonder if  1 wo woro hold up,"  I    Holri7���������-"I'm nl'rnlil  an     ltv thn h\*.  !hero's thnt, dollar you lent tne this  lllsillilllK.'  ^ .    ������n* if   j Down to 27 Banks.  With the consolidation of the Union  Bank of Halifax nnd tho Roynl, nnd  the liquidation of the flovorelgn Tlnnk,  the number of banks doing buslnc**  ! In Cnnndn is reduced to twenty-������ov������n.  Of these fourteen have their hend of-  I flco in Ontario, nine in Quebec, two in  i Novn Scotia, one in Now Brunswick.  i Four of these havo p������ld up capital  \ \m than tt million,- all thu reit ovar  1 that amount,  ^ KIP N EY  Wl\\\>y.   ". JC^'  MTHE THIRD PARTY."  'i       ______  Hon. Peter Mitchell Was a Bohemian  of a Long' Disappeared School.  ^ The last of the series of disastrous  fires whicli have pursued the .career  of The Montreal Herald is respou.-ible  for some interesting reminiscences  by Mr. Lutton, the veteran Quebec  journalist, who for years has eontri-  buted a weekly page of comment to  that model among weekly newspapers,  Tho News and liastem Townships Advocate of St. Johns, Quebec. Particularly interesting are Mr. Lutton's  references to Hon. Peter Mitchell.  M.P., one of Tho Herald's famous editors, who used to be described as "Tho  Third Party." OI Mitchell the writer  says: ..'.'*.*���������,..  '"'Upon tho scene, then, entered the  late 'Sir' Peter Mitchell, on Beaver  Hall Hill, where The Herald, phoenixlike, rose from its ashes.  "Now, if over tho truo Bohemian  walked this planet, he did so in ths  person of the 'Hon. Peter.'  "When one thinks of tho spaciousness of the man; his charming sense  of irresponsibility; hia happy indifference "to overdue notes; his child-like  insistence upon joy as his inheritance;  his profound and careless ignoranco  of the duties of management; his ingenuous delight in the notion that he  was moulding public opinion while ho.  was, in reality, playing the dashing  role of boulevardier; his slap-dash  editorials which warned the wicked  Conservatives at Ottawa that fwe had  our eye on them,' after the manner  of.the 'Skibereen Eagle,' which'warn-  ed the Emperor of-Russia 'that it was  watching hi3 conduct,' or fulsomely  bespattered what the "Hon. Peter"  called the o 'McShane-Mercier administration,' then reigning at Quebec  (save the mark!)���������when one thinks of  these aspects and attitudes, he can  only regret the passing of so gay, so  delightful a figure, for which a more  strenuous generation is not inclined  to find a place. , -���������  "To see 'Sir Peter* sallying forth,  say, in the winter, enveloped from  head to foot in his seal coat;.to note  him the cynosure of the general regard at the St. Lawrence Hall, where  the local politicians used to congregate; to observe the entiro delight of  the large creature in life, in the passing moment, in clinking his glass/  smoking his cigar, throwing off cor-,  ruscations of wit in the careless moment, while the paper came out or  did not come out���������was to observe as  charming and inconsequent a creature as ever made for the general  optimism and gayety."  Land Turtle.  There is one little denizen of the  marsh world that makes his slow way ���������  quite unmolested amongst the prowl- j  ing food-seekers of the drowned lands. '  ,,Seience_has_ f astened_ a_,loug,,_Latin���������  name to th'is fearless,little chap, hut  the barefoot, freckled" boy calls him  "mud-turtle."   .  He is found along the causeway*  and waterways of the warm, dark water and muck bottoms. At the slightest sound he pitches 'forward and  hides himself with lightning-like contortions in the friendly water weeds  and, if you stand quietly by and  watch; you will, ere long, see him  swim to the surface, protude his littlo  snake-like head on its leathery, wrinkled neck and watch you from bright,  yellow-rimmed eyes,  He is a curious, good-natured, even  a friendly little creature.  His shell house, which he carries on  his back, is beautifully marked with  varying shades of grey and brown,  slashed with fleets of deep vermilion.  Should hungry mink or gliding  marsh snako appear, he has simply  to draw in his head, legs and short,  spiky-like tail and bo immune from  danger. That shell, with its sharp,  corrugated edges, makes the turtle too  indigestible a ino'nl for hungry wom-  per, mink or marsh-coon to relish,  And so the harmless littlo land-  turtle, who is (irstrcousin to the  ferocious snapping turtle, commonly  called "moss buck" by tho boy of tho  freckles, lives out his days. Ho grows  vory slowly and outlives almost any  othor denis-cn of tho marsh or water,  Through the long summer days ho  suns himself on bog or log nnd when  the cold weather comes lio burrows  deep in thn muck and sleeps out tho  long winter,  A Story of D. McNIcholl.  Mr. T. C. Irving, of Hradstrents'  agency, Toronto, is a famous collector  of anecdotes and personalia. He hns  lately been in the West and accord ing  to Tho Vanoouvor Sunsit hns beon  telling the following Btorios of Mr.  1). MoNioholl, vieo-prosidont of the  C.I'.U.:  "Horo is tho first. A well-known  general mniiager id a big Cnnndinn  bank, tried to collect a bill from the  C.IMl. Whether the bill wns tx just one  or not mutters little for the purpose*  of this story. Anywny the genorul-  manager became oxnsperntod with the  C'.IMl. and wrote a eaustie letter to  Mr. MoNieholl in which ho said if  tho bill wore not paid instatitor ho  would instruct every brunch of hi*  bank not to u*e, the C.l\y. passenger  trains when nvoiduhlo, not to uso  CI'.H, telegraphs, nur C.I'.U, ������ixproH������  lines, nor anything with a C.I'.U. label on it,  "Mr. McNiohoH'H reply was brief  and to the point. Ho said if the gun-  orul-ninnngor carried out his thront ho  nni.,,1 i,,.!,.,,,. [ ������. vi;y 1 ii,;..!-.���������}'-.- 11 >,'.c  Cl*T(. to mfuno nny hunk bills bearing the Inhel of that pnrtiouliir bank.  When the gonernl-miinngor got that  letter he "concluded he hnd pin veil the  wrong enrd with Mr, MoNioholl. Whnt  would happen to nny bunk whose hills  ������������������, ,        v .!. ::;.-!!.;'*.-.*^o    r"fss<-'������������    1-'-   ''"*  C.I'.U.'can bo easily imagined. Any-  wnv the bunk never boycotted the  C.l'.U."  TORTURED FOR SEVEN YEARS  "FRUIT-MIVES" HER SALMTIOI  MADAM JO������tPM U-DKTTst  No. in GeorRe St., Sorel, Que.  "For seven years I suflered from  womb disease aud dreadful torturinr  ]uins, and I had constant Dyspepsia ana  Chronic Constipation���������Uie latter so bad  that sometimes I went ten days without  action of the bowels. Six different doctors treated tne and for a year I was in  bed, constantly facing death, Then  xay husband coixed tne to try "Fruit-  a-tives " and this medicine, and nothing  oLse, cured me and saved my life."  (Signed) Mme. JOSEPH URHTTB.  50c. box���������6 for J3.50���������or trial bo* ..  tic���������at dealers or from  Fruit-a-tive* '  1,iuiitesl, <*">���������'"<������������������������  A Wonderful Breed  Seymour���������"1 hear you have evolved  a wonderful breed of laying hens?"  Ashley���������"You bet   .1    huve!    They  don't need roosts."  Seymour���������"Don't need roosts?"  Ashley���������"No,   sir;    they're    laying  night and day."  An Oil That is Prized Everywher.  Dr? -Thomas'- Eclectric Oil was put  upon the': market without any flourish  over thirty years ago. It was put up  to meet the wants of a small section,  but as soon as its merits became  known;it had a whole continent for a  field, and it is now known and prized  throughout this hemisphere. There ia  nothing equal to it.  ��������� -_���������������    ti  In Vancouver they have auto scav  enger wagons, and it is said they do  not leavo uny worse smell t behind  them than the swell auto broughams.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Garget   In  Cows.  He looked in a store window and  snw, "Hats reduced." "Heavens!"  said he to himself. "What was their  original size?"  Your Druggist Will Tell You  Murine,,Ey_e Remedy relieves���������Sors,  Eyes, Strengthens Weak Eyes,  Doesn't" Smart,' Soothes Eve Pain,  and sells for 50c. Try Murine in  Your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes for  Scaly Eyelids and Granulation. 1  Undoubtedly Bad  , Mary Mild���������Wouldn't you coll her  a���������uh, doubtful character?"  Carrie Cnustique���������Not unless you  wanted to give her'the benefit of the  doubt.���������Smart Set.  TELKWA, B.C.  On main line of Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, in midst of rich  agricultural and mining district.  Lots from $100 up. Write for full  particulars,  NORTH COAST LAND CO'Y, Ltd.,  410-11-12 Winch Building,  Vancouver, B.C,  London Office, 6 Old Jewry  Weak Women  should heed such warnings as head*  achty nervousness, backache, de������  pression and weariness and fortify  the system with" the aid of  ���������old Everywhere,        In Boies ������n ceat*  Buy The Best  when you buy fable iIfvtr  for your home. Qualify  and beauty art bolh  aimed by cftooilnsj  HMJROGERS BROS.  ware. Made fn iht beaWejf Ulplt  plait, litnct Its popular till*  "Silfir Platt that Wmi"  fit till, Yin**/ tlltit dlikn,  tit., itt ilinpitf  MstRIDEN BRITACO.  ���������  BOLD  UV   UUPIHQ  DIIALIRI  I    Send Your Money    I  I BY  EXPRESS GO.  Money  Ordon  nnd  Foreign  DrnfU  Freemnn the Hlitorlnn.  Tt wan nn English bishop who, whon  the hintnrinn ]-r.t)mnn hnd worn out  his pntienee with hiu rudenons, Intro-  durwi hlrn to n wnltins audlenco an  "the dUtinguinhed scholar thnt no admirably doicrlbod nnd illuitratog tht  unvngery of our nnceaton."  A Beottlih Bupentitutlon.  In Scotland  bringing  *, flowerint  hnxx*hiirn InWi tho nouie foretolli a  death ln the family.  'I'I... ehis<Min,!t    sjiifi.sit  nnd   mrwt  convenient wny to remit, money  to any pnrt of the world.  Rate*   for     Domestic     Motley  Orders.  $IV nnd under , H.oontu  over    fi to $10 fl contn  i,vs*r   li to   ISO 10 cents  over  .'10 to   Wi lfi cents  ,,Money scut by Telegraph utld  Cable to nil principal cities,  Traveller**' Cheque* liiued.  Agencies In nil C.P.R, Stntlon*.  W. N. U��������� No. BOB. THE NEWSi-bUMBERLAMD. BRITISH COLUMBIA  Y'X. - -  *--���������'-*.. ���������  ,.*.,.  THE FURNITURE STORE  OS  XMAS GIFTS XMAS GIFTS  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, audit is an ever constant reminder of the  giver.    Our���������  China Cabinets range from* ....... .$18 to $35  rres&etB and Stands from.. ...$15 to $60  Rockers from  ... .....$ 1   to $8.50  "Extension Tab es lr.m $10.to $25  Couches f.om .................... .$8   to $20 '  Sideboards from ,$U0to$5O  Dolls,  Toys,   Etc.,   Ktc, on show next week.  aam*maaammmmm_m__mma-mm  WATCH   FOR THE  BIG SIGN  A. MoKINKTON McPhee Block, Cumberland  N.  HIRANO,  FASHION ABLE   TAILOR  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  , TAILOIt MADE    SUITS  FROM   ������20.00  TO ������35i00i  Cleaning   and Pressing  DONE AT  Reasonable Prices.  Phone 52  Cumberland S.C.  M  (a)  rtfi  M  W  Valley Notes.  (From our own correspondent.)  Mr. ll" F, Loggie, of Loggie &  MeLood, the gmiial manager bf  tlie corner store, l������ft by Sunday-s  boat on {-."business trip lo Van*,  con ver.  Tlie SS. 0*car after discharging  a'cut-go bf freight at the local  wlnirf, cleared for the ' mainland  iin'd way ports at high tide   Sun  day.  With buildings in course ol  construction aggregating the sum  of upwards of ,SIS,000, Courtoiiay  compares favourably in building  permit-"*-, with'-any town ' on the  Island twice its size.  A business mens' club is being  organized by Mr. Frank Cameron.  If the response to the Hiovement  is any criterion ot success, the  future of the club is assured. A  few more in Courtenay with the  huscling abilities of., the organizer,'  would be more than an asset to  the town. y  The calendars say December,  and yet all indications point to  Jut.e. Possibly the bachelors of  Courtenay so soon to become bone  diets jappreciate the 6imny* clime  _ofiGahfor.nia,all^_the_niore-aWhis  season of the year wheii compared  with" our 'inclement weather. For  one, two, nay three, the day of execution draws perilously near.  The Story of a false Alarm  'Courtenay. was the scene of  some excitement last Wednesday  evening,;- when a young couple  from Cumberland who woro out  merely for an innocent' ''joy ride,"  Were held up by a crowd of high-  binders on the supposition that a  second elopement was ttiking  place, and jumping at any excuse  for a celebration, the crowd showered with rice, old shoos and con  fei ti, the occupants of tlie car, who  , barely-managed to' escape ns far  as the Club Cafe, followed persii.  tently through tho mud and slush  1>y tine of Courtenay's must prom  itirtg young lusiiiess men. Upon  'discerning tlie rpi'ugees destination, this miscreant immediately  telephoned headquarters for further reinforcements, Hio upon  arrival crowded onco more around  the couple, wliowored congratulations, Bang that old favourite  ���������'Papa's Pants will soon iif, Willie," stung the bridegroom for  several rounds, and to cut a long  story short, amid tho din of tin  cau* half full of rocks tied to tho  roar axle, the car was llnally nl.  lowed to depiirt onco more for  Cum berland,  D  D  io  PENDLETON FRONTIER  CELEBRATION  Manager Curtis has secured tbe  films of the Pendleton, Eastern  Oregon, Frontier Celebration, in  three reels, held in that city, last  fall. Never in."the history of  frontier celebrations has such an  array of cowboys and girls been  gathered together, all the crack-  riders of the 'Bison Stock Co.,'  as well as all the crack riders of  the w'orldi participating in this  grand jubilee. Thousands of the  wildest ponies have been herded  together, and some of the most  dare-devil horseback riding ever  seen anywhere will be witnessed  here. The pictures" were taken  by the Harbeck Co., of-Seattle,  and are considered a masterpiece  of art. Owing to the immense  crowds which will attend these  performances the show will start  promptly at 6.3O aud continue  until late in the evening.  DANTE'S INFERNO.  On Saturday December  16th,  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS&   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Local agent for  Cleveland, Massey-Harris  and Perfect bicvcles.  Agents for Pilsener Hrewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  NOTIOB,  To Canadian Order of Heavers  aud Independent Older of  Lions:--  The Supreme Executive Council nave decided lo allow all men  who have signed application  .forms of the above orders to iruns  fer to the B.P.O.il. upon giving  their receipts, which will be" no.  eepted as cash, to their lace value,  and that the said men will pay  the difference to the organizer  until llic ,suni j.o paid equals $5.  Witiius.-eth my hand (his3rd day  of .December. 1911  ,.; A. SiiUTTUjwoit'ni, Sup. Sec,  The Vancouver Wand Nursery  Co. regret tliat owing 10 the rccon't  lieiivy fulls of rtliow. tliey |ui\e lieen  uiialili'. l.j iintk" 1 licir liill delivery  a* early as promised, They lit mo  to Iiiimj tlieir full shipment inmiu  ii* ������ v.t'ok ������>)' s-m.  A wxl will hrmg any tiling, in  oui l.iiii (1>>1 yi.. ni.iy tot pi i/o by  this-; (ieiivi-ry.  "���������'���������<��������� \ nt.( nt oi o������.,tl  from   local  '���������ii."* for tho.iiionth of No vein bur  wa������ UU,l7t) tons.  another grand feature in two  reels will be shown at the City  Hall entitled ''Daute's Inferno.''  Never in all ancient history has  man been able to give so, vivid a  description of our future home as  Dante does in his 4���������Inferno."  Fiom an artistic point of view  the ���������Burning of Rome/ 'The Last  Days of Pompeii,' or the 'Fall of  Troy,' falls into pale insignificance when compared with this  wonderful piece of, art, Think  of it ! The cast includes 1500  people displaying unparalelled  direction and presenting a scene  which will live forever in the  memories of those witnessing it.  The photography is perfect and  the stereoscopic effect brings out  the characters so that they appear  to be living breathing beings,  Special provision will be made  to hrndle the euorinous crowds,  uud the entertainment will start  ai 6.00 o'clock sharp and continue until 10.30 iu the evening.   a      ���������--  Egg Laying Contest  ���������������������������������������������������   M-mi-a.mm*mmmnMm*,m_miima  International Egg Laying Contest under the auspices of the  llritish Columbia Poultry Association, Vancouver Exhibition  Hoard aud the provincial Govern-  ment.  First   monthly    record,  Oct:  aoth to Nov; 20th:���������  Class ist -   Eggs laid  Pen 2,"White Leghorns.... 3a  "3.  11  0  ...���������Io  "23,  tr  H  ....17  "  4,  (i  it  ....is  >' io-  .i  ll  ....15  "    K,  0  tl  .... 10  ������������A  it  11  .... 9  " 14.  0  It  .... 0  " 5.  t<  H  ....  3  "   10,  i.  it  ....  3  " n,  0  U  ....   1  Twelve pens have not started  to lay yet,  Cbsi. II. Kfyft'S laid  Pen 40, Silver Laced Wy~  audottcs       35  ������'��������� 34, White Wyiitidot'es      "8  ���������* 33, Rhode* Is], R-hIm    . 7  " 35, 1 la nod Rocks         1  " 37,     '���������       ������������������               1  " 39, Hull'Orpingtons ..       1  Ten pens have not laid yet.  iif  Xmas Presents  A Stock of over  to Select From  Xmas Presents  INGS, DIAMONDS,  WATCHES, FOBS, PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVERWARE,   LOCKETS, BROOCHES.  :-*.-������  BERT  ASTON  THE JEWEL BOX  _ -       .  Tommy's Bicycle Shop  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc.. Etc.  Plumbing Done.  Bicycles for Sale  and Hire.  P.O. Box 360 Telephone 7.0  ���������> / .  If you want Cheapest and Best patronise���������  K. ABE & Co.  No, 5"Japanksg 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    .*/  *  ^mittuiiaiim^  1 Capital $6,200,000. * Reserve $7,200,000  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.  -N-EXT-TO~J:ARHEIiIrS-ST0REr-  jPlllllllllllUIIUUnilllUIUHUlM  DRAFTS- ISSUED   IN  ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER   THE   WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  CUMBERLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily.  UNION WHARF, B.C.,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays  D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  COURTENAY,   B.C,    Branch,    Open Daily.  WM. HOFPs Manager.  ttiniiiiuiiiiiffiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir avenue  CUMBERLAND,  Anxious to succeed ? To start in business for  yourself, at present impossible for lack of  capital ?   If so, young many will you entrust  the sum of 83 cents a day for a limited period  to the care of Western Canada, and let  her work for you to give you the start you  are looking for. Our great Combination  Town Lot Offer will stand the strictest, investigation. Mail, a Postcard-and DO  IT NOW! '  DFORDF  COURTENAY, B.C.  DRAWING  For every dollar purchase,  (with the exception of books and  magazines) in my store from now  until Xmas Eve, a ticket will be  given, entitling tlie purchaser to  one drawing for the following list  of prizes:*���������  ist prize; Oue cut glass Decau  ter Set.  2nd prize: Klectric table lamp.  3rd prize: One eight-day clock  cathedral-gong strike,  ist prize, value #28 00; 2nd  prize, value $17.00; 3rd prize,  value ������9 00,  Drawing will take place ou  Saturday evening, December 231  at eight o'clock.  Tickets will also be ou saie ix r  uuother of those beautiful sofa  cushions.   Tickets, 25 cents.  (Viinnx coal area in plnced iv  000 square miles and a plmllai-  thickness to Nauaiino, giving its  ^Hit-mis ns 1,1.5'3,0110,000 Umn  ���������No fear of find slioi-tngo in this  part ul' the world. ������  Mr. I*. Hiu/gi-riy. ropW'setittag  tin* (ti'h. Kli'frhiM' Miimu Co., is at  iJm������ Cii/wbei'laml  Hotel,  OOAL COAL COAL  Wo regret that owing to the  heavy fall of snow of tho pnst two  weeks, wo wero unable to iiiI orders for coal as promptly a.s wo  would havo wMiod. Wo would  rcquost that all ordurs for conl be  plact'il at once, so as to asbiiri*  prompt dolivory,  CuMnnnr.ANr) Livkuv Staiiums  CUUITIKR it   KlRKIIKIDK,     Pl'OpS  "CUMBERLAND"  ���������-���������CAPE-  fswiwuwimiiim  Under new management this  popular place of refreshment  ia bihlg IciiuV.tuil   .uiu  tll-  huged   to   accomodate  the  increasing  number  of   its  pa irons,  JACK & RiCriARDS  I'rwpriotorfl,  PliniJONOTICKr���������"  A Court of H.i'virfion to mv'm*  tin* votiM'fl list for the, ycav 1012  ���������.rill ho held in tho Council Clnim-  lici'R on Mnndiiv cvcidng, Dec.  lltli, 1011 M1"H '..'clock,  A. McK.vns.n. City Ch-rk.  Citv Mnll, Dec. 4th 1011.  'V. ��������� B0|SLO^fl=  Olholcsale Dealer in WINES, LIQUOR & BEEf*  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20,...  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spring in the histoiy of Comox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to the supply. Nothing pays belter than  poultrv, if they are rightly managed. Begin  with the little-Yellows' and feed them CHICK  POOD, which is a mixture of hone meal, wheat,  oats, corn and other grain, cut and blended in  the right proportion to make them thrive and  grow,   For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,   V - Courtenay, B.  DKALEH IN FLOtJtt AND FEED.  Ten Miles for a Cent  Vrnm n**.l*n\\\ tn nn* f.M, ������������������������*)��������� *���������*  milo covert iho coil ol operatinp; a  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  MOTORCYCLE  TM ���������*'���������(,������ Or������y r.llow  Tliii machine Ii alwayi ready let a  1,-iiyvuxiip ut a jsittstuic tun. Witt 6o  the ioaa work ol 5 horiet. No txpenio  when idle. We would like lo tell you  more about tlie greateri iport io the  world.  Come io end tee ui.  THOS. PLIMLEY,  DFA'.firB VICTORIA. B.C.  I  ^  ������'If you j^v.l 1   at I'llinicji'.s  p g -.Wo Do Ijopalrinjr  It s MC Uu.llT.  H  4?


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