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 v,---,   ,^m->-;': ''^-^W-^v--:-;   \ '.��������� "A; : ' c" '*-*%������, >>*\V^ V**>1U**- '^"'^K -   .> ' f-  ^--"^ \ ' C  i  *���������'  ?y^������ >'  .���������ji-. ,-,������  ��������� V* ���������  0. c. ������������������y  :/"-:  A Journal Devoted Bspeelallyf to the Interest* of Cornox Diatriot.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B.C;,: TUESDAY, JAN.  31,   :qii  Subscription $1.60 a Year  THE BIG STORE  We have finished   Stocktaking,  and in order to  clean  up   our  stock we will dispose of several  lines at greatly reduced   prices.  On all Rubbers we  offer a Reduction of  20 per cent.  MEN'S SUITS,  O^ERbQATS,  SWEATERS.  LADIES COATS,  SKIRTS, and FURS  We offer these at the lowest  possible prices. These lines spell  " BARGAINS,'' and cannot  last long. The Opportunity  is Yours.*  We Want Your  Grocery Order and  Guarantee Satisfaction.  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Furniture arid Household  SUPPLIES  I THE CORNER STORE  NOTICE.  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  Wallpaper  Paints      J  Varnish  Oils' Etc.  TRY THE:  The Magnet Cash Stored  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  The Corner Store will be holding t  their Stock-taking Sale from the ������  I ist of February. |  REAL *  GENUINE  BARGAINS.  In every department.  S  h  i%  %  J.-N. McLEOD, 2������  Ave.  ���������itmibfn*nd  I  :  %  *  r  THE CANADIAN BANK  - 1 tfi  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  Place your Xmas orders for* Shortbread, Fruit Cake  and  Fruit Loaf NOW.  SECOND    STREE  Petition Turned Down.  The following telegram was received from Mr. Bate uy Mr. P.  P, Harrison:��������� (  Victoria, Jan, 31.���������Letter here  stating aldermen had refused to  sign petition killed iny last chance,  Call it off.  Obituary.  Oity Council  mmmm ���������  The aldormon  were called together '011 Friday evening in the  council chambers tu take into consideration n request from Mr, T.  lfi. Bate, that,the mayors seat be  not declared vacant for a fowdayp,  ho that ho iniglit be ablo to proceed to  Victoria with a petition  from   tho  voters requesting, tlio  government to permit him if po������-  niblo to tako his seat, alno thai tho  council endow his petition.   Tho  council mirfmmoufily  decided   to  grant Mr, Bate, until Thursday of  of this weok, aftor which if Mr.  Bato i������ not successful with tho  trovornniont tho seat  to   bo  de  ClHItKl  VHWtllls. lllXi  It-jUtO*.  that tlio council endorse <Ju} jw-  titiun wag not ontortained, thoy  preferring to remain   neutral   in  ��������� l,��������� ....,������������.���������..       *tf%.    f>    T������      IToi,���������,.,r,.,  fc ������, V    i������fc**^%w* ������ *���������*���������������������,     ������������������#     ���������������   ���������       *..--���������* .- <f ..  ������������������  on Mialf of Mr. Batt, thanked  tho council for tlieir consideration,  Aftor tho council adjourned,  quite an animated tnlk wm* indulged iu by a number of cituoni who  wero present  Burns' Anniversary.  Tho <*Niolitwt* Itabbie Burns,"  passed off on tho evening of the  2r>th inst,, with  the real  -'Hoot  mon"   spirit.   The  local   Scots  with their brothers in tho province,  hnd 11 royal time, a few saw "three  mills in   tlm  eky."   The  locals  celebrated tho Immortal  Poet, in  iu toa-tt, song and story, then concluded by having a dance, which  lasted  uinil day 1 ght,    Evory one  teemed to enjoy  themselves iin-  moiiflly, and nor a few wished the  Scottish Bard had a birthday every  weok.  liiuk  The regular ineoting of tbe  littdios Hospital Auxiliary will bo  hold in the K. of P. Hall, Thursday evening ut 7:JJO.  Victoria, Jan. 28,���������Quito a fleet  of new steamers ia on the way  hero to be added to the coastwise  fleet, the largest being the now C.  P. R. Bteamer '"Princess Mary''  which is expected during tho curly  part of February for service on  the Victoria- Nanaimo- Comox  run to relieve tho steamer "Oity  of Nanaimo/' The Princess Mary  is a twin screw steamer built up  to the high Btandard of tho 0. P.  U. now fleet.  Tlio Canadian Bank of Com-  merce is clearing nito foi the  erection of their now building,  which will bo pushed abend in  spite of wind or weather���������so tuys  Manager White.  -. 4������~    ���������"���������'���������  Mr, U. A, Powell of this city,  will erect a tout in a fow dayK on  tho lot between thu Bonora building, and McPheo's building,  which will Iks usod as a photograph  galhuy. The tent will bo a largo  ono 12x24. We wish Mr, Powell  ovory success in his venture,  The death occurred on Monday ti ight last at the home of his  parents, Mr and Mrs Robert  Grant, 213 Vancouver street, of  William Ray, aged five years,  after a short illness. Mr Grant  was formerly provincial member  for Comox, and the family were  resident.hcre until recently.  The funeral took place Wed  ncsday, January 25th, from the  family residence to Ross Bay  cemetery, >;hore' interment was  made. Tlie chief mourners were  the parents, Mr and Mrs, Grant,  and the brothers and sisters of the  deceased, Charles, James, Robert,  Alliert, Laurence, Stanley. Lillian. Edna, and Jessie, Very Rev  A J Doull conducted the services.  The pallbearers were: Earl Dow-  dail, Desmond Dowdall, Victor  Pauline, George Pauline, Leslie  Beakon aud Tom .lallan.  Following is a list of the floral  offerings: ���������  Pillow:���������Mr aud Mrs Captain  Butler, Victoria.  Crosses:���������Mr Robert McCut-  chcou, Mr and Mrs E E Corbctt,  Mr aud Mr (-korge Ardley, Mrs.  Deacon aud Leslie,  Bertie Jail-  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., tLD., D.C.U, pRESiDtKT  ALEXANPCH LAH10, Gsnwal Manager  PAID4IP CAPITAL $10,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $6,000,000  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of $] and  upwards in this Department Careful attention is given to  every account  Small deposits are welcomed.,  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons.  withdrawals to be made by any one of Ihem or by -r:- $v:-  ... vivor. Full and clear written instnjetions as to who is to r. ���������<��������� k<>  the withdrawals should always be given to the Bank when  opening accounts of this nature.  CUMBEELAND BRAHrOE.......................W. X. WHITS, rinr.^v*  , - ��������� -    * ''���������'.   .             *���������.              .                 ���������         *                     'T .           '''.'*  .���������.������'.'<��������� i.v**jnm.i .,^jmmma**m.jaJUi*.iL~i., ..im n mi u j n j������iijjiiiju)ii__Ei_LJ-iaif*i*uiw s  and, Victoria; Mr and Mrs T, L,; and Desmond Dowdall,  &fr an'!  Ray Union Bay. jMrs   K  Gieldernidstct, Mrapd,  Anchor���������Mr and Mrs J B Rob  inson, Victoria.  Wreaths���������Mr E K r^anon, Mr  and Mr Steve Jones, Mr S Shore  and family, Mr and Mrs Fergu  Mrs C F Gardener, M: a.id "Mr.*  Oliphaut, Mr and Mrs Hayf Mi.*,  Rushworth, Victoria; Miss Lena  Hughes, Nanaimo.  Basket���������Mr and Mrs J Legge,  sou, Miss M Carter, Victoria; Mr Victoria,  and Mrs Harry Austin, Mrs Tun  nicliffe, Mrs Mrs Harper, Mrs  Robinson, Mr Robinson, [Iron  Works], Victoria West; Joe Mad-  dock, Karl Pollock, Tomjalland,  Chas banc, Jack Piercy, Allan  Deacon, Jack Lines. Preston Dav  idson, Russell Pollock, Eric Bcil  by, Miss Annie Jallind, Victoria;  Mr J H, Cameron; Mr. and Mrs.  Richard Ray, Mr. and Mrs. L. A*  Mounce, Cumberland.  Sprays��������� Cnpt Chrisieuson, Mr,  -*-  Mr, and Mrs. 'L,'Mounce arrived homo from Victoria by Ftf -  day's boat.  John MatMiowg arrived h.imo  from Vancouver ..by Friday V 1/jvti.  Mrs S. T, M������rB(leo,' Mm H.  Bryan. R. Grant jr., A. Grant,  Mr. mid Mrfi. C, ���������Gr.'jiit arriv������t)  honiH by SmidayV, boat.  Tlio jjoik;'/.! isi^ned on lu*L������lf of  Mrs and Miw'iv  Dowdall,  EarljT. I'. Bat������, c������iutninod IU() nittmi.  Mrs, <h I'iket U tit������itiug friendn  in Victoria.  Tho Oumox District Dramatic  Club are busy talking to thom-  flelves thon** dnys. Thoy have B������t  thomsolvon tho ta������k of getting thu  ���������'Private Secretary" up for pros-  ���������ntatlon at an early date. Each  of the members bns a faraway  look in their faco. They aro  memorizing their Hne���������������that'* all.  Victoria, Jan. 30.���������Proof of  the existence of a great coal field  the extent of which is yet undeterminable, under Saturua and  Trumbo Islands and contiguous  waters of the Gulf of'Georgia,  has been shown by drilling.  A portion of the lire wall and  chimnoy, fell on the roof of the  Big Store. !������������t week, doing con.  Kidurable damage and causing it  to li'ak badly.  SCj  hs  Watson's Guaranteed  Oi 10111 uii\u.i/iw   Onuvt vvvt**  For women and children.   The cold weather is now  here in earnest and we guarantee our under-  wear to keep you warm in the coldest weather  Why not keep warm?    A full range ot all  sizes and prices from 35c. upf  *������������na, ��������� ��������� 1 ��������� ��������������������������������������������� ���������  >s������s���������sj��������� 111   1    imammMawam  Gajnpbell Bfos.  Agcnfsfor C ampbe Hand Fit-RiteCK������thing  tM  m  _Wi������mmmimmm  ^ /  THE   NEWS,. CUMBERLAND,   BRITISIJ   COLUMBIA.  i ti-  R  e ixiverman  Copyright.  1908,  by tha  NcClure  Comptny.  Copyright.,  1907,190S. by  Stewart  Edward  Whito  s.  s  By  Stewart  Edward White  When a rough, sturdy, man-  mastering lumber driver, boss of  the lawless "river Jacks," starts  out lo win ihe heart and hand of  an arislocrutic young woman of  eastern weuClh and fashion, interesting things are apt to happen. They do happen, as readers of this story will agree. Jack  Orde is the type of man who has  gone into the American wildernesses and reclaimed them from  themselves, from lawbreaking  and debauchery. The brilliant author's descriptions o the battles  between man and nature and  between man and man in the lumber fastnesses of ihe great north-  west set. one's blood a-tingle.  They show that man is superman  when courage swells his heart.  And the vvooing and winning of  Carroll Bishop by Jack Orde  supply captivating romance that  cannot fail to charm.  J V..  Chapter  1  "That sluice ls a good six foot too  high."  "Is that so!" cried the old man excitedly. "Well. I'm giving you all the  law gives you. and that's the natural  flow of the river, and not a thing more  will you get."  Somewhat astonished at this outbreak, the two rivermen stood for a  moment staring at the old mun. Then  a steely glint crept Into Orde's frank  blue eye and the corners of bis mouth  tightened.  .  "We want do trouble with you. Mr.  Reed." said Orde. "But this is the  only dam on the river wth sluices built  up that way. and I do know that we'll  never get those logs out if we don't  get more draw on the water. Good  day."  Followed by the reluctant North, hie  walked away.  Chapter  T  TUK time was the' year 187ii  and the place a bend In the  river above a long pond terminating in a dain. Beyond  this dam and on a flat lower than it  Ctood a two story mill structure. 'A  crew of lumbermen lounged nbout two  fires at the upper end of the pond-:  sidle becausse of the strong adverse j  ���������wiud and the unexpected weakness oi  <he current, whtch had arrested the  progress of their thousands of logs.  -Suddenly���������a-solitary~ figure-appeared  around a river bend. His progress was  jerky and on an uneven Bigzag, according as rhe logs lay, hy leaps, short  runs, brief pauses.- as a riverman goes.  Finally he stepped-ashore just below  the camp, stamped his feet vigorously'{  free of water and approached the  group around the cooking fire.  The newcomer was a man somewhere about thirty years of age,  nquarely built, big of bone, compact io  bulk. His face was burly, Jolly and  ���������reddened rather than tanned by long  exposure. A pnlr of twinkling blue  ���������yes and a humorously quirked mouth  redeemed bis countenance from com*  monplaceness. "Well, boys," he remarked at Inst ln a rollicking big  voice, "I'm glad to see the situation  hasn't spoiled your appetites."  Tom North, in charge of the1 lumber,  men, rose. He and the newcomer, who  was Jack Orde, his principal, sauntered to the water's edge, where they  ������<tood for a minute looking at the logs  nnd the ruffled expanse of water below. "It's a pity that old memsbnek  Imd to put In a mill," wild Orde; "Tho  water was slack enough before, but  now there seems to be no current at  nil."  "Case of wait for the wind," agreed  Tom North, "Old Daly will be red-,  headed, Ho must be about out of logs  ���������t the mill, and I expect Johnson's  drive will be down oil our rear most  any time."  "It's there already. Lot's go tako a  look," suggested Ordo,  They picked their wny around, tho  ���������edge of the pond to the site of tho  new mill,  "fllulco open all right," commented  Orde.  Ordo walked out on the structure  ���������nd looked down on the* smooth water  mulling through,  "Ought to make n draw," he reflected. Then ho laughed.' "Tom, look  here," he called, "Climb down and  take n squint at this."  The sluice. Instead of bedding ift tho  rinturnl channel of the river, hud'hoon  built a good six feot above that lovel;  no that, oven with  the gates wldo  open,''' a "hend"  of six feet wns  retained In tho  slack wntor of tho  pond.  "No wonder wo  ������vs������lM������'t f������et a  drnw," snld Ordo.  "Lor* hunt u p  old W li o ft* - his-  nnmo and hnvo a  powwow."  "Ills  jinuio   Ih  plnln   Heed,"  ei  plained   North.  "Ton hitvm'l luxn "There ho comes  $qiutre," mtil Onle.   now,"  The owner of*tho dam flnpped Into  view n������ n lank and lengthy white hnlr.  ed   Individual  <fr<������s*mod   Itt   loose,   long  clot hou and  wenrlng atop n battered  old phiff rmf.  "You haven't been square." ������Ald  Ord*. "Vou nren't letting us get our  tyg* out."  "How to?" snapped tho owner, bU  thin Up* tightening  13 E next morning dawned clear  and breathless. , As soon- as the  wind died, the logs had begun  to drift sldwly out into the open  water. The surface of the pond was  covered with the scattered timbers  floating idly. After a few moment*  the clank of the bars and ratchet "was  henrd as two of tbe men raised tht*  heavy sluice gate on the dam.  Four more had by this time Joined  the two men who had raised the gate,  and all together, armed with long pike  poles, walked out on the funnel shaped  booms that should concentrate tbe logs  into the chute. .jHere they prodded  forward the few timbers within reach:  and waifed patiently, for more.  Jack Orde wandered'back and forth  'bv'eFThFworkThls" Bands^clasped "be^  "hind his back, a short pipe clinched  between his teeth. To the edge of the  drive he rode the logs, then took to the  bank and strolled down to the dam.  Meeting Tom North's troubled glance,  he grinned broadly..  "Told you we'd, have Johnson on our  necks." he remarked, jerking his thumb  up river toward a rapidly approaching  figure.       '      ',''-..  This soon defined itself as a tall Individual wltb a choleric blue eye.  "What In hades Is the matter here?"  he yelled.   "We're right at your rear,  ror a gooa many who have contracts  to fulfill. And no logs means the mills  must close.' Thousands of men will be"  thrown out of their Jobs, and a" good  many of them will go hungry. And'  with the stream full of the old cutting,  that means'less'to-^do next winter in  the woods���������more men thrown out. Getting out a season's cut with the flood  water is a pretty serious* matter to u  great many people, and if you insist  on holding us up here ift this slack  water the situation will soon become  alarming."  The old man brought to earth the  front legs of his chair with a thump.  ���������"And If the whole kit and' caboodle  of ye starved outright." said he. "it  would but be the fulflllih' of the word  of the prophet who says: 'So will L  send upon you famine and evil beasts,  and they shall bereave thee, and pestilence and blood shall pass through  thee, arid I will bring .the sword upon  thee. 1 tbe L<brd hare spoken It!' And  don't forget that. Ye that make of  God's smilin* land waste places and a  wilderness by your own folly shall ye  perish." ���������*"  Orde whirled on his heel.  The,young man, who sat an interested spectator, arose and joined him.  He was a very slender young man,  with a shrewd, thin face, steel gray  eVes.  "Wait a minute," said the .y-onug  fellow. "Have you any objections to  my hanging around a little to watch  the work? My name is Newmark���������Joseph Newmark. I'm out Itf this country a good deal for my health. This  thing interests me."  "Sure," replied Orde, puzzled. "Look  all you want to.   The scenery's free.'*  "Yes,   But can you put me up?"  "Oh, as far as I'm concerned,"  agreed Orde heartily. "But," with one  of his contagious chuckles, "I'm only  river boss. You'll have to fix it.up  with the doctor���������the cook, I mean," he  explained, as Newmark looked puzzled.  "You'll find him at camp."     .  In the center of the stream the work  had been gradually slowing down to a  standstill with the subsidence of the  first rush of water after the sluice  gate was opened. Tom North, leaning  gracefully against the shaft of a  peavy, looked up eagerly as Orde approached.  "Is it peace or war?"  "War," replied Orde briefly.  "Uy i/pur own folly shall ye pcri.h."  nnd you nln't oven made a start get-  tin' through this dnm! We'll loso the  water next!"  "Keep your shirt on," advised Ordo  "Jf you want those logs pushed nny  fnster. do It yourself."   ���������        '  "If you can't get out logs, why do  you tnke the Job?" roared Johnson. "If  you hnng my drive, blank you, you'll  catch It for dnnnigoHl I tell yon onr  mills need logs, 'imd, wlmt.'fl ���������more,  they're n-goW to git thoin!"  lie departed In a rumble of vltupern.  tion, ��������� ���������  Orde found the old mill owner occu.  pylng n chnlr tilled buck ngnltist the  wall of the building, IIIh milled plug  hnt was thniHt.'iiH u������unl,..woll nwily  froin his high and nnrrow forehond,  He was .whittling n pine stick, whicli  lio held  pointing down  between  hi*  t>|l(S-,lli   ,1,1111,1,     UIIU     lU������'","M,f    .,.,,.,���������,,.  t-ftfy with n ,v<iunt������ fellow ooeujVy'lhi* nnothor chnlr nt his side,  "I want' to tnlk, this mntter over,"  Orde begnn. "We enn't nfford to hnng  up the drive, nnd the wnter Is going  down everv dm* We've got to linvi>  mure waler. I'll tell yon whnt we'll  tin: If you'll let t)������ cut down the new  sill we'll replace It In good slmpo whon  we got all our logs through"  "No. sir!"  "Well, we*l| give ynu something for  tho privilege \W11it do 5*011 Kiln!/ In  fnir?"  "I toll rot) I'll giro ymi your fnftxf  fights and not n cent more," replied  the old mnn,  "Well. Mr Hoed, stop and think whnt  thi* iiicnrm." returned Onto "No log's  moans no lumlwr,   Thst U bankrnptr**,-  A PIONEER NAVIGATOR  LATE CAPTAIN SHEPHERD.vWELL-  KNOWN  AROUND   MONTREAL.  For Sixty Years He Was Engaged In  Marine   Affairs   of   Montreal   and  .,. Was One of the Best Loved Captains on Inland Waters���������Commanded the Lady Simpson, One ol the  First Steam Craft-In Canada.  In tlie death of Captain Shepherd,  one of the best-known arid most high-  ly-esttjeined masters of inland navigation in Canada passed away. Deceased, who was in his usual good health  until quite recently, was stricken with  pneumonia but a short time ago and  the disease soon got beyond the stage  where medical aid could be of any  avail.  The late navigator was born in England in 1824 and he came to Canada  .with his parents-when, he was only  five years of age. For over CD years  he had been actively and prominently  connected with the marine and com-  (To be continued.)  The King's Parliamentary Report.  King George is contemplating the  discontinuance-of-the historic-practice,  of receiving the Prime Minister's  nightiy report of the proceedings in  Parliament, says M.A.P.  This report has hitherto taken the-  form of an autograph letter to the  King from the leader of the House.  It was the 'established etiquette for |  the-Minister, in this missive, to-use  the third person and to address the  Sovereign in the second. Thus Mr,  Gladstone-would- begin his written  communications to Queen Victoria.  "Mr. Gladstone presents his humbl**  duty to your Majesty."  Tho date of the introduction of this  epistolary form is unknown. Mr.  Qrenville's letters to', George III. are  ���������in -trie ordinary form of everyday correspondence',' but twenty years later  Charl(t$ J ames.., Fox , employed the  .phntseOlogy'' which" Mr, Asquith now  follows*. ..".Mr. Fox has the honor of  transmitting to your, Majesty/' etc,  ������������������In d,n'y& gone1 by,, Mr. Balfour could  bests-a towards the end of the sitlihy  .wrltingiin thti Chamber, his.surimiary  for KJng lidward-of tho day's proceedings, Other leaders of the House,  however, such' ns Mr, W. H. Smith,  Lord Randolph Churchill, Sir Michael  Hicks Beucih, and Sir William Har.  court, preferred to compose their  nightly letter.,to Queen Victoria carefully.in their private rooms.  During Sir Henry Campbell-Banner,  mah's illness, King Edward suspended tho practice out of kindly consid.  oration. King Gcorgowill; in futuro,  bii, content to receive the oflicinl report \yhich ie issued to members, and  ho regards tho leader's private- summary as superfluous.  ,, ���������.���������������������������. ��������� ;��������� .  Tho Latest Capture,  Scares and alarums worn!ln the air.  English "spies" had beenarrested in  Gormiuvy; German "spies" had been  arrested in England,        ,.'<  Excitement reigned supremo. Win*  might or might not oceiv nt any moment, No one know how, or whoro,  or when, or why, or whosoever, or  Inasmuch, iih; hut (horo it wim,  As thoy discussed tlio situation at  the club, .lupins rurthei^ ln,'4i p'lper  in hii* hunt),''  ;   "--Annthvr capture I"   lie   screnmed.  "'���������"And they've got tlio right i-iun this  timn!". .',.    .  * 'lit a'Htartlcd group   th,ey ^crowded  round him. .��������� . '   "  "Where?" "What was ho doing?"  "Who wiih HP" "Was ho a German  or English spy P" .     ���������  '���������SpyP \yiio'H (diking nhont spies?"  cried sjuggjnti witlicrlngly, "Spies  nin't anything coinpnrml with this  Htuggortng ncwii!* Why,'our club'**  junt captured  Flysprint,   the  ���������    '      '   '      "       Whs.h:   fu^ljldl   :���������!  LATE CAPT.  SHEPHERD.  mercial life of- Montreal.- His name  is intimately associated with the'inland navigation:.of this country ansl  he was one of the greM pioneers of  inland navigation oh the Ottawa. By  his energy and enterprise he did muoli  to promote the/interests of the Ottawa valley and eastern Ontario nnl  his line of vessels aidedvery materially in the settlement..arid., building, up  of tlie Ottawa .'valley. He was for  many years president of the Ottawa  River Navigation Co. and commanded  personally from time to time almost  all the big steamers plying between  ^Carillon and_Montreal,_Hjs^firstwCOmi,  mand was the Lady Simpson,'one of  the first steam craft to sail Canadian  waters,  and   the   vessels*.' Prince of  ���������Wales and Sovereign .were, also lone*  under his charge. It ���������was only four  ye&.*.s ago that he retired from sailing  the latter passenger boat. During his  long ye6rs, of ^service no steamer under his command suffered any serious  mishap in snite of the dangerous and  difficult conditions under which he  worked in early-days.  Capt. Shepherd was unmarried, but  he leaves, a large circle of nephews  and nieces, He was a man of most  kindly and genial manner who made  many warm friends among the thousands of people who traveled on his  vessels. He was 86 years of nge,-but  preserved his youthful appearance to  a remarkable degree and no ono who  did not know him intimately would  suspect that he was a man over CO.  Ho inaugurated the Ottawa river navigation service und his name and those  of his boats are indelibly impressed  upon the minds of three generation!*  of Canadians of tho Ottawa valley.  TWO  BUILDERS OF MANITOBA  ���������.���������*__ ���������  Robert   Ironside   and   Thomas   Dun*  can  Were Two Who  Helped.  Two men, who died recently, in the  eastern part of this continent' were  intimately connected with the upbuilding of the Middle West of Canada. The first was Mr Robert Ironside, of Montreal, and the second, Mr.  Thomas Duncanv Canadian Immigration agent at Syracuse, New York.  Mr. Ironside has been called "Canada's Cattle King," and, as the Montreal end of the great cattle exporting  firm of Gordon, Ironside, and Fares,  the title was not inappropriate. Both  Mr. Ironside and Mr, Duncan;;entered  the Manitoba Legislature "in 1892 on  the Liberal side, when Greenway  swept the province with his national  school issue.   Mr. Ironside was an in������  Slement, grain, and cattle dealer from  fanitou, and Mr. Duncan was a  blacksmith from Morden, both towns  being in^ Southern Manitoba. Both  were bigT muscular men, active both  in body and brain, but here tho resemblance ended. Mr. Ironside waa  essentially a man of business, who  apparently like to sit and dream  dreams; and,then plan in tho quiet of  his office for the carrying of thein  out. He was not fond of talking in  public, and seemed to be rather doubt  ful of those who were. Parliamentary life was irksome to him, and  after one Parliamentary term he retired to attend to his own great interests. One' day he said to the  writer: "I hate sitting in this stuffy  ���������chamber listening to talk. *-Pd rather  be out punching steers." That Mr.  Ironside dreamed dreams and punched steers to some purpose is shown  by the- fact that it'was not very long  after that before the business turnover of the firm with which he was  connected was considerably larger  ; than the amount handled by the  ' Treasurer of the Province of Manitoba.  Though he was undoubtedly a.great  business man and a successful one,  yet he always seemed more ready to  listen to what other people had to ?ay  than to give his own views. He had  a curious way of asking apparently  whimsical" questions, but when you  thought them over afterward, you  would see that it was only just his  curious way of looking at life. When  the business of the firm got so larce  'as to,,necessitate s^me^on-e'living in  -Montreal to look after the shipping.  Mr. Ironside^ moved there,' and, Mr.  Gordon remained in Winnipeg to deal  with the ranching end.  Mr. Duncan,was-a man of different  temperament.  When he fir*t appeared  in the House, some of the Opposition  thought  they  would  have some ,'fun  witli ,tl������e .blackRjn'ith*- f rorn.Morden, but  . tli*ey  were badly mistaken.    He had  'Jjiiilt upon his early schooling by diligent reading, and when he came to  7 answer them, they; found that he had  the  classic works of  English  literature, and particularly those of.Scot-  ytish literature, at his command.   Par-  LAYS DOWN HIS WORK  REV. DR. SHAW FORCED BY ILL-  HEALTH TO RETIRE.  Late Principal of Wesleyan College  Montreal, Has Occupied Many Important Posts In Methodist Church-  ���������Was Secretary of the Court er  Appeals of His Denomination'-'  President of Bible Society Also.  Rev. Dr. Shaw, who has been professor' at Wesleyan Theological -College, Montreal, for nearly forty years*  and principal for fourteen years ct  that period, has resigned on account  of advancing years and ill-health. Dr.  Shaw is suffering* from heart trouble  and finds the responsibilities of the  principalship of tho college too much  for him.    He has also retired from  ^ficularly could he quote Burns mo������t  ,!apt!y.;^.IIe#,$eye,loped:, intoya.,, jeajly,  ^speaker, and, while not eloquent, nobody ever doubted that Tom Duncan  meant what lie said,, and this,?no  doubt, had much to do.with his success as the exponent of the advantages of Canada in various immigration fields.    , :  In the death of 'these Southern  Manitobahs Canada loses two good  citizens, who, in their several waya,  did much to build up Canada.  The Two Charlies,  ��������� Among those vi;ho came in contact  with the railwity officials of Canada  thoro nre no better known pair than  "Charlie' 'Macpherson and ^Charlie"  Foster, of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Both men hail from St. John,  N.B., where they did their first work  [or this great railway corporation.  Each in tuny went from St. .John to  Toronto, whero each mndo a "hit."  Mr. Macpherson, went to WinnipoB,  whore he has .repeated.his Toronto  Success, A few years later, Mr. Foster went from Toronto to Vnncouvor.  Now cornea tho announcement thnt  tho passenger traffic of tho West, recently in charge of Mr. Usshor, is  to bo placed wholly under the two  ���������'GhnrlioH," Macpherson will mrinngo  (the lines between Fort William nrid  Revclfltoke, and Foator all traffic \-ve*t  of thnt point,  Urbanity, oourtosy sand good-fellow-  ship- aro tho, qualities, which .. di*������tln-  guish,those two Buc'ceslj'ful officinln.  At tV fliuno lime, ench-- linn shown  hifl .ability'to htiridlo Inrgo businos*?-in  ii largo' way, Tho man with���������"u'rhnnity  does  hot'  nlwayu   hnve   exceptiorinl  BEV.DB. SHAW.  the presidency of the Bible Society,  but will retain Jiis connection with the  Protestant School. Board, of which he  is chairman, until his term of office  expires iu 1913.  Dr. Shaw was bom in Kingston in  1841- and has been in the ministry for  47 years. For 37 years he has been a  professor of the.Wesleyan College and  has 'held many of the leading offices  in the Methodist Church. He���������" wa*  president of tho Montreal Conference -  in 1887 and for 20 -years was secretary  Of the Court of Appfeals, the highest  'judicial body in the church. He wa*  a delegate to all the General Conferences since the union' of 18S3 and had  been a member of the previous General Conference of the Canadian  Methodist Church.  "In educational circles also Dr. Shaw  has-been a prominent figure, being a-  -member-of-the^Gouncil of^Public-In--  struction since 1887 and chairman of  the Protestant Committee since 1900.-.  Principal Shaw's resignation tnko*  effect at once and his. retirement  cause������ deepest regret among the college officials as well as among tiie  students.  London's Theotm.  Somo rrither interesting statistics  hnvo been given lately in Tho London  Daily News about tho number of theatres in that city, and the number of  pooplo they can seat. It nppenra that  thoro are, iri all, fifty-one buildings  where public performances of stage  plnya tnko place'regularly, When full,  thoy will accommodate 00,001 peoplo,  which would reprosent, iji money valuo, over $60,000, Drury' Lnno heads  tho list with $3,900, but it will astonish many people ���������,indeed most���������,,to  hear thnt Drury Lano is not the Inr*/. irn^VlityT"hnd" -Vho"* cnpaoity"'for''m'iion'  -   - A.       ll..������lu..       Ix        t     n.m. ,1 ***. It        I, r\ a. .ml. *.       *l\_ _* t      I      .   ' ���������'*' ��������� _ *       i ��������� r. _  ,f  ���������{  t*l������U|j    (s^uss,  llnoHt  rid "'  ost theatre in London, It. se.ortiB that  tho Lyceum now seiits more pLHjplfi,  but it doon -not roproHont .n������ muVh  'money,' The fifty-one buildings referred to do- not ineludo music lialls or  viirioty thentroH, of which there nro  forty-eight, thoRo roriresontitig. .70,49*3  sontH. TI16 InrgoHtiR tho Colirfpuni,  which enn sent* nearly, 3,000 people;  whllo the Hippodrome liha ncconiuio-  dtitlon lor 2,002,       k,   "J"   '���������'" *    . ' r,  A Dainty Cow,  Tho old fabrication thnt Scotcmnn  "joke wi' doofloulty" l������ all nonnonHO.  Somo of tho newspapers nublished  north of tho Tweed nro ho urimmin'n  ovor with lun thnt it actually over,  flows into the ndvortlcomont pages,  whoro ono would acaroely hope to Ilnd  it. 'To back up this asHortion wo quot-t  tho following ud., which uppetired in  Tho iScotHinnn tho othor day,:  "Woman (nctive) to wash, droHB and  milk cow; also anHift houMwork.  No',  ViJI-i, Ofsifntliilit,  liii,..f,ijV.  Thoro's* olofitdinonH'for you, Wo axxr*- i* or, -"nnd rich."  hnnl work, but whtiii he dnop It* in a  wiilnor, Hnoh of thece mon fulfils-* t|io,  hjgher.conditions, The public hri.- nl-  wnyi* hnd, tho confidence In them  which' is ngain ao clearly exhibited by  the C,P,R. exncutlvo in making'thftio  IntfiBt pi-omotions,  Her Gnin���������His Lois,  "Lndy," siili1! tho fortuwvtollcr*  Khufllliig tho curds for the fifteenth  time, "in addition to thero being  something for tlio ho\i������o; n littlo  money, 11 letter! nnd som/'thing bettor, the Fates decree Hint you will  ylHit foreign lands, tlmt you will  mingle in Iho court life of kings, and  nut'crt!*, nrit) that, .conquering oil  rivals, you will marry tho mnn ol  your choice~-a tall,' dark,' haiidHonu*  gontf of distinguished ancestry���������In  fact,, a peer of tlio* realm,"  "Will ho be yonnBP" queried   the,  fair visitor,', clasping  her hands  together eagerly.  "%,u;^," .fawned  tho  ^f-hino.'WL  Thr Monitsr,  "Miss Pejichkin U very angry with  oung SlurgH.'  youni           "" ' ���������.'  ������������������  t  ten*,' and ho replied iu a jiolitoly  worded note that lio would havo hi.**  secretary ������ort them out nt tho earHe-H  opportunity, hiu filing enhinot for  lovo riilHsives hnvinu boon neglected  whllo ho wns abroad," ������������������  ,   Studied Under Him.  Fnmous Painter (angrily)-T hour,  *lr, that you'ro bfin������ting Unit you  itudied nrt under trior  Nonr Pointer (oalndy)-And so I  diil, nir, so I did. Why, I occupied 11  r. uu under your studio lor nearly u  month.  poso the cows nro manglod nfter thoy  aro washed and drossod nnd thoir  touth carefully polished up with tooth*  brushea.-*-I<������ndori Answers,  Tv,j Njtctbli Drothirs.  Professor  ,lnmos Goikle,  who hns  boon itwnrded tho gold mednl of tho  Royal Scottish Geographical Society,  in recognllinn ol his numerous valuable contributions to geographical re-  seorc.h.. is >n brother of tho   famous |  Sir Arcnibiild Golkie, ono of the mnut I  nccomplisliod  of  nicdern   geologist**/, I  Both hnvo boon Profonsors nf Geology I  in tho rnlvondty of Kdinhnrgh, both  -ire I.LI). * of St. Andrews, both nre  Fellows *nf tho Roynl Asiatic fioeiety,  nnd hr th hnve served on the Qfcologi-  cul Survey.  Fxoitodly, tho (nir visitor clutched  the seer's arm,  "But how,'' she ciCFpd, "am I to get  rid of my present' husbandP"  '  A   Tru" 'GIH   *<*���������   Plrtlen.  In a New Brunswick villngo a town  character who preferred omphnils to  tho verities was a witness in a potty  trial involving an nuger, He positively Identified it ns tho property of the  parties to tho suit.  "But," ftskod tha attorney for tha  other side, "do you swear that you  know this nugorf"  "Yes, sir,"  "How long hnvo you known lit" he  continued.  "I hnvo known thnt auger," mid the  witness, impresfiivcly, "over since It  wus a gimlet."  Royal Pearls.  Her Majesty Queen Mary possesses-  some very lovely Scotch pearls, which  are of a pinkish hue, an,d.are very '.:.  round in shape; Queen'Victoria had  a great love for them, ond possessed  some/beautiful specimens of them., '  Among other beautiful pearl necklaces the Duchess of Portland possesses, sho^ has a string of well-matched Scotch pearls. There is a pathetic;!  story attached to one of her neck-  luces, which \is ot most beautiful  pearls. William Bontirick, the first  Karl ol Portland, showed his devotion  *tb William of ; Ornnge (afterward*  'King William HI.) by incurring the  |, risk of almost certain death from malignant smallpox in order to snve the*,  life of his master, to whom lie was  page of honor. Deeply touched by the  self-abnegation of her husband's faith-  ful servant,, Princess Mnry (ns she-  then wa?) took a string of finest pearls  from hor own neck and handod them  to William Beritinck in tokei) of hor*  grntitudo* Thoso pearls nro 'a price,,  less heirloom iu tho Portland family,,  and tho presont duchess has just the  stately' throat .and nock which shows-  thorn off to' best advantage,  Queen Alexandra hns somo Scotch-  pearls, and 'nlso.\an Irish pearl of  grent; size and flno color, which was*  given to lier by, thq Cduntoss of Dudley,", Krosh water pearls aro obtained  Irony the penrl mussel, nnd consist ot  calcareous concretions formed by certain molluscs, both mnrino nnd freshwater,, River peifVIs nre sometimes-  discovered 'In tlio Ksk nnd tho Conway, but the best home-grown vurio<  ties aro to bo found in Scotland,  . One Thousand Operations.  Mnny people hnvo forgotten thnt  Bir Frederick Treves opernted a few  years ngo on King George V., and has  therefore hud tho unique experience  of performing operations on two-  Kings of Rnglnnd, Ho told King lid-  ward, when the famous operntion of  1002 wns decided on*, that hn would'  give,$60,000 to.escnno thu duty ol performing it, Sir Frederick retired from  practice, becnuso ho was renlly tired  of taking out on' nppendix every  morning. Ho performed tho operation as regularly aa ho hnd his breakfast, and fnr more regularly than he*  hod hid lunch, for ,hfi often] hnd tc  luncji in his enrrmgu as lie vv������*in his  toiiiisj iil ylallH. Bir Frodoriolt, It Is  said, has performed no fewer thnn  1,000 operations for uppondlcltls  without a sinulo death*  aam*****m*mmm*������^mmm**mmm)_mmmmmumama  Butter In 81 lees.  From  time  immnmorlnl   In   Cnni'  bridge, England, the dnlrymon roll  the butter so ns to form n long stick,  weighing n pound,   which   they sell  In slices, ns if it wero snusngo.   In  the mnrkot tho butter merchants do  1 not core to  use iftther   weights  or  I ^onlof<    A Htrnplo glntioe its, Millieient  I for those peoplo accustomed   to the-  1 tintu honored ptuaticu,   A very neat  cut with tlm knife* divides.tho ynrd  into halves, quarters or eighths very  exactly, and it appears that the customer is never given short measure.  * qp������|flM*awMfcsv* ^%.  **; ;_::Lu*f*m'" :* s������.'������.*><*^^^,it.v:-4,..^'.������������si������MMfa>.t.-ir( rtt-rffftiiii���������M*tiiiee������ ,.'.  THE,NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  l/\  __  BRAIN WORKERS  who get^ little' exercise, feel better all round for  an occasional dose of  t-w  "NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives  They tone up the liver, move the bowels gently but freely, cleanse the  system and clear.the brain. A new* pleasant and reliable laxative, prepared  by a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.  25c. a box. If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c. and  we will mail them.  ARTISTS' EMBLEMS.  In Whistler's Butterfly Could Be Found  the Monogram J. W.  The mystic emblem or device ot a  sort   of   Whistlerized   butterfly   was i  ZAM-BUK CURES PILES  Maritime Magistrate's Case.  Sanford,  of Weston,  a  Justice   of   the  Mr.    C.    ]         .._   King's  Co.,   N.S.,  adoDted in the sixties bv tnTeccentric ' ^eaee for the county, and a-Deacon of  adopted in tne sixties l>y tne eccentric . the Baptist church in Berwick, says.  ^q  NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY  OP CANADA. LIMITED, MONTREAL.   2>  V  TANNING AND FUR  DRESSING RECIPES  By An Old Hand.  How to tan, or dress all light fur  skins, such as mink, muskrat, weasel,  fox, fisher, lynx cat, &c,; how to tan  dog skins, sheep skins, wolf skins,  badger, &c, for mats, rugs, robes,  gauntlets, &c; how to dye sheep skin  mats any desired shade; how to remove the grease from furs or fur skins  without wetting the skin, making the  fur as clean and lively as new; how to  clean white fur, such as thibet, angora, white rabbit, &c, making them  as white' and fresh as new; how to  ttan cow and horse hides for coats,  robes, &c; how to make easily and  quickly a good tough leather for repairing harness and general use on  the farm; how to care for hides and  skins that are to be sold, and how to  sell them to get the most money for  them.  Any of the above recipes will be  cent to any address on receipt.of 50  cents, or the booklet complete" for  $2.00. Address:  AN OLD  HAND,  -Box 363, Winnipeg,  Man.  A "Provider" Story  A washerwoman���������so the story goes  ���������got married, and one of her clients  said to her a month or so after the  ceremony:  "Do you get on well with your husband, Mary "  "Oh, yes, ma'am," was the reply.  "Is he a good provider "  "Indeed he is a good provider,  ma'am. He got me four new places  to wash last week."���������New York Tribune.  FXCURSIONS  EASTERN CANADA  Daily during  December.      3 months  limit.   Stop over privileges,  via  ST.  PAUL OR  DULUTH, CHICAGO  and  TRUNK  Cleaning  London  Over 65,840,000 gallons of water  were used last year in washing and  watering the streets of the' city of  London. The quantity of refuse removed from the city by the corporation during the year was 51,821 van  loads taken from the premises and  28,930 loads of sweepings from the  public ways, making a������total of 80,759  loads, or about 263 per working day.  A countryman on a visit to Dublin  wished to buy a watch, and, having  selected one, asked the cost. And being told the price of it, he said it  was too dear.  "But," said the shopman, "I must  charge extra-for the chasing." /  "Well," said the countryman, "how  much will it be if I pay ready cash  and you have no chasing to do?"  Shilohb Gun  CBlokly stops coughs*, CMtam eolda, hcaJe  flk* throat sud lanes. ���������   ���������   ��������� 2A ���������**-  genius James Abbott Whistler, who  changed his uame later to James McNeill Whistler.  Close study wiH reveal that this peculiar scroll Is really a monogram of  J. W. Tbe earliest of the etchings to  bear the butterfly is "Chelsea Wharf"  (1803). but many paintings and etchings after that date are signed "Whistler."  Artists have sometimes signed their  pictures In some distinct form instead  of their names. It generally was done  when the name might suggest some  emblem or symbol.  Thus Hieronymus Cock demarked  two fighting cocks on his panels; Marl-  otto Alhertinelll signed a cross with  two interlaced rings, referring to the  sacerdotal duties to which at one time  of his life be devoted himself; Martin  Rota, a wheel; Pleter de Ryng. a ring  with a diamond; Giovanni Dossi, a  hone; Dei Mazo Martinez, a hammer;  Llonello Spada. a sword.  Sometimes caprice dictated the selection, as when Jacopo de Barberi used  the caduceus. or Mercury rod; Hendrik  de Bles an owl. Lucas Cranach a  crowned serpent. Cornelius Engel-  brechtsen* a peculiar device resembling  a weather vane and Hans Holbein a  skull.  "I liave used ,Zam-Buk" for piles and  found it a splendid remedy. It cured  me."  Mr. Thomas Pearson, of Prince Albert, Sask., writes: "I must thank you  for the benefit I have received from  the use of Zam-Buk. Last summer I  had a fever, which left me with piles.  I started to use Zam-Buk, and found  it gave me relief, so I continued with  it. After using three or four boxes, it  effected a complete cure,"  Zam-Buk will also be found a sure  cure for cold sores, chapped hands,  frost bite, ulcers, eczema, blood-poison,  varicose sores, scalp sores, ringworm,  inflamed patches, babies' eruptions  and chapped places, cuts, burns,  bruises, and skin injuries generally.  All druggists and stores sell at 50c.  box, or post free from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, upon receipt of price. You  are warned against harmful imitations and substitutes. See the registered name "Zam-Buk" on every  package before buying.  Carries On  Woggs���������So young Saphead and his  father are carrying on the business?  Boggs���������Yes. The old man does the  business, while young Saphead does  the carrying on.���������Punch.  HIS GREAT IDEA.  Route  The Double TracK  Reduced Fares for  ���������Steamship Passengers.  November  llth  to  December.   31st.  Five months limit.    Write    for    full  particulars and descriptive pamphlet  A. E. DUFF. .  General Agent, Passenger Dept. ���������  Representative for all Steamship Lines  and Cook's Tours.  260 Portage Ave. Winnipeg.  An-*Irishman at a fair got poked in  the'eye with a stick and took proceedings against the offender.  Said the magistrate: "Come now,  you don't really believe that he meant  to put your eye out?"  "Faith, you're right, this time,"  said Pat,' "for I believe he tried to  put it further in."���������Tit-Bits.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Canadian Pacific  WESTERN  At the present rate of decrease it  will not be long before there is not  left a single horse-drawn omnibus in  the streets of London. The General  Omnibus-compahy-recently-sold"four  hundred horses and expects to dispose  of the rest of'its live motive power at;';  the rate of about one hundred a week.  The automobile is responsible.  Time Has Tested It.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil has been on the market  upwards of thirty years, and in that  time it has proved a blessing to thousands. It is in high favor; throughout  Canada and its excellence has carried  its fame beyond the seas. It has no  equal in the whole list of liniments.  If it were double the price it would be  a cheap.liniment.  SINGLE FARE  Plus $2.00 for the  Round Trip   ���������   ���������  From all stations in Ontario, Port  Arthur and West,: Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alborta to  VANCOUVER  VICTORIA and  WESTMINSTER  Tickets on mile December 15, 10 and  17, 1010; January 20, 21, 29, and 23,  nnd February 14, 15 and 10, 1011 j  flood to return within three months  from date of im-me,  Apply to nearest C. P. Ily. agont  for full information.  Renl  Unkind  Sho had boon making a noisn on the  piano for twenty consecutive minutes.  ���������'Shall I open thn windowr" nuked  the young man In the parlor ucomi.  "What forP" hIu* inquired.  "Why���������er���������Ho you oiin Ret,the air,"  Ito replied.  A good honi'Ht remedy for Khnumn-  tlmi, Neuralgia and (tore throat in  Hnmlin'n Wizard Oil. Nothing will ho  quickly drive out all pain and iiillam-  inntion,  The Tin Plated Tomato and the Moral  That Goes With It.  A good theory that won't work isn't  half as good as a poor one tbat will.  Twenty years ago a *young man just  out of college had a great idea. He  was going to tin plate tomatoes. There  was to be no more troublesome paling  and cooking and canning to preserve  tomatoes throughout winters. ^It would  be necessary ouly to drop a nice ripe  tomato into bis tinning solution and it  would come out coated witb tin and  would keep f<*>r twenty years, ln fact,  there wasn't any reason why it should  not keep forever! The young inventor  figured,,it would cost him 50 cents a  gallon to make this tinning solution.  It surely would sell for $2 a gallon.  Every one eats tomatoes���������that is. nearly every one. Everybody would eat  them if they could always have a nice  tin plated tomato lying around. He  ought to sell a million gallons a year.  That would he a profit of a million and  a half dol��������� Well, no tin plated tomatoes are on the market yet, and the  -man-who invented.themis still-making,  only $15 a week.  The moral of this is that whenever  you hear of a great idea that is going  to reform or uplift the world make  sure that it Is not of the tin plated  tomato brand.���������Chicago Tribune.  They. Cleanse While They Cure.���������  The vegetable compounds of which  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are composed, mainly dandelion and mandrake, clear the stomach and intestines of deleterious matter and restore  the deranged organs to healthful action. Hence they are the best remedy for indigestion available to-day.  A trial of them will establish the  truth of this assertion and do more  to convince the ailing than anything  that can be written of these pills.  Lady Guest���������"What do you do in  case of fire?"  Clerk (ringing bell)���������"One moment,  madam." (To bellboy): "Set the hotel on fire for this lady!"���������Life.  Shilohh Gun  aalekly atope coughs, enree oolda, heala  la throat and  luujta. ���������   ���������   ��������� u cent*.  The time you can depend upon a  wonVan is when you are sick or in  trouble.  When a man retires from a political  office it is usually with the assistance  of his constituents.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  An iconoclastis a _man__who knocks  "ouT "peF theories" "into- thV'middle "of  next week.  Plantt Have Memorlei  Tho mif-itli'toc* hhiHhod for nhiunn  Au it hung uhovo the. door,  When thn innldon told her damn <  Bho had never been kit-mod lioforo,  -���������vNS.vv'-y-.  __Uf______m^_m_-_W-----------K---.m.--m---------f _--_-i^-_[_,m_���������_lB_m___���������ima  xji, PILLS ���������^  11  ���������  ,-r ,  "Will you always..bo true?" nsked  the broker's suspicious daughter,  when young Sportleigh had thrown  himself at her feet and begged for her  hand.  "As true ns steel!" he cried.  "Common or preferred?" she inquired, still suspicious.���������Chicago News.  $100 Reward, $100.  The roadors*. of thia paper will he  pleased to learn that there is ot least  one dreaded disease that science has  ooon able to cure in all its stages,  and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  Cure is the only positive cure now  known to the medical fraternity.  Catarrh being a constitutional disease  requires tx constitutional treatment,  Hall's Catarrh Cure is takon internally, noting directly upon the blood  and mucous surfaces of.the system,  thereby destroying Iho foundation of  the disease, nnd giving tho patient  strength by building up tho constitution and assisting naturo in doing its  work, The prpprlntow have so much  faith in its ourativo powers that they  offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any  (mnu that it failis to cure, Send for  .list of tcHtimonlnlH,   Address:  P. .T. CHUNKY k Co., Toledo, O,  Sold by druu-gifitH, 7r>o.  Tnko HaII-h Family Pllln for oonHti-  pation.  "Papa," iihIih Ihe littlo hoy, "why  do they way a woman in netting hor  cap for a man when who wiiiiIh to  marry lilmP" "Bocuuho, my Hon," ex������  pin Jim the father, Hoftly, "If she  8etn her bonnet for lilm ahe known  blame well the price of it will Hcaro  him to death,"���������Judge,  A certain "country minister wna one  day vi-jlllng Homo hf tho church mom-  hem, among whom was an old gossiping woman, who wan nlwnyH complaining of something, No sooner hnd  hb Hnt down than hIhj began with her  grumbling,  "Hut," Biiid thn ininlntor, "I don't  son whnt vou nre nlwny������ orumblihi*'  at, Kor IriHtiinco, your potatoes are  (lie in-lit I iifive uvur auxin iu tlio village,"  "Ah," ropllod    the   woman,   "hut  whar'H the bad onen for thn plgsP"  ., ,,._  A "TVimr*t������nt * sehnnhnn'nm hnd been  telling her pupiln wonmthing nbout  George Wnidilnglon, and finally sho  iiHlti'd*.  "Can anyone now tell mo which  Washington wini-a great general or a  great admiral P"  The small hou of a flRhnrman raided  Ii'ih hand, nnd she ������������������ignullod him Uj  npealc,  "lie, wiu a great gi'iu'.rul," nald the  hoy. "I mu'ii a picture of.him crowing the Delaware, and no great admiral would put out from, shore  ntandlng up in a ������klff."-Kvory.  body'i Mugnilno.  A Lottery Romance.  A few years ago. as the date for the  drawing of the annual Christmas lottery at Madrid was approaching, a poor  mechanic, of Corttuna was awakened  three consecutive nights by tbe number 125.8(11). apparently spoken In bis  ear. So Impressed was he by the repetition of the Incident that he wrote  dowu the number and jocularly said  to his,wife, "That number will win  the lirst prize, hi the great lottery."  "Then why don't you buy the ticket?"  his wife answered jokingly as sbo  looked nt the figures. "Why, see, If  you ndd them together tbey just come  to my age. 1 shall be thirty-one on  Christmas dny." The ticket, after much  trouble, was found (It hnd been rejected a fow minutes earlier by n wealthy  citizen of Comnniu and bought, and  before many days had passed the me-  cluiulc and Ills wife wero mnde Jnbl-  luut by the new** thnt the ticket had  won the lirst prize of ������200,000.-Lon-  dou Globo.  Pills of Attested Value.���������Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are the result of careful-study of "the properties of certain  roots and herbs, and the action of  such as sedatives ,and laxatives on the  digestive apparatus. _ The success the  compounders have met with attests  the vnlue of their work. Those Pills  havo been recognised for many years  as the best cleanser of the system  that can be got. Their excellence  was recognized from the first and  they grow more popular daily.  1 Your Future  Eat, drink and be merry today, for  tomorrow you may, diet.���������The Chap-  paral, ���������-**"������������������'  The Red 8hlrt.  Tho origin of the'"rod shlrf'-worn  ns n blouse by English women In the  HlxtlcH, when Oiirlbnldl was a popular  Idol throughout Grout Hrltaln-is milil*  den Ily curious, When tho celebrated  llllbtistor was warring In tlio South  American republic-* ho wiih anxious to  obtain a dlmlnctlvo nnd, above nil,  economical mil form for his followers,  Ho learned that n local dry goods  store had tin Immense "job lot" of  these giirmeniH, worn l&, tbo "Bain-  deroH." or cattle ulnughterom, of llio  groat South Anioi'lcun cities. Tho "bar*  gain mile" nppculi'd eloquently to tho  leader's pin-m*, and lio led hiu men to  victory In tho bu idlers' shirts, whicli  nro now iho accepted emblem of Uio  "rlHorgomiuiito" uf Uultod Jtuly.-Lou-  don Globe,  ECZEMA AND WHAT  IS DONE TO CURE IT  Desperate,Efforts, Disheartening  Failures and Final Success.  A Little Tamperanca Tragedy,  "Don't drink uny more, John, Ifou'vo  got too much nlrendy."  "No, 1 haven't."  "Yen, you havo, nnd you'll ho drunk  ngnln,"  "Aw, whnt do you wnut to worry  r\br\\\t tlmt ftir'i   lt'rs m- thnt- bit* Hi*'  headache next morning,"  "I know, .John, but It'n mo thnt hns  tho henrlnoho nil tho tlmo."���������Now York  Tlmos,  Tht Price of Love.  Kays nn advertisement In the Ivomlon  KxprcsH: "Mnry-Wnltod throo hours  nt appointed spot until questioned by  misplcioiiH policeman. If thin is tho  prlco of lovo It Is too lienvy n ono for  mo to pny,  Fnrowoll,  1'ottn,"  Tlmt and Patfanoa, *  No rond In too lenrr for lilm who nd-  vnurc-i slowly nnd doei not hurry, nnd  no nttnlnnient in beyond hln reach who  equips hlmneir with pnUonco to achlovt  lt.������"Ln Uruyer<J.  Eczema la a tkla affliction to which men  and women alike are eubject, from the lint  to tho last day of their existence, Jt may  occur an a itlnglo tiny ipot, appcarlns and  disappearing with each change in general  health* or present only at certain seasons;  at tho other extreme, tho wholo body may  bo Involved ln a torturing- eruption. The  latter condition may gradually arise through  the noglect or Improper treatment of lessor  troubles or an apparently healthy ikln may,  In a single day, becomo a mass of eczema,  Dut whatever tlio form of tho affection, the  distressing Itclilnj/, btirnlnir, scaling and  (trusting, tlio serious disfigurement and tlio  constant dread that the eczema will become  chronic, make a speedy curo tho aim of every  mifferor, Unfortunately, such a curo 1������ not  always readily obtained. The most (skilled  physician Is often it a loss and even hospitals  are forced to discharge the patient as Incur-  able. Then a wide variety of remedies are  resorted to, many perfectly harmless and  equally lirifrtctire, others so offi>ii**lve to  every lenso that, were It not for tliefellef  tliey are supposed to afford, no person of  refinement would tolerate them for an liiNtant.  To such sufferers, discouraged by reijcalnd  failures of even theso hereto methods, the  Instunt relief afforded by tho first Imth with  Cuticura Boap and gentle, application of  Cuticura Ointment li almost Incredible, Tliey  strip the Itching and burning at once, multo  ���������lecp rmiJill-lo mil, In most ratti, point to  a speedy cure, Bo pure and sweet are Cuticura  Hoap and Ointment and so free from every  iiihstnnce of a disagreeable or harmful nature  that thoy can he moil without hesitation on  the youngest Infant or .tendcrest Mn, No-  lidos, they are mont uconomkal, n Mui.ln sset  being often sufficient for the treatment of  even tlm severest cases, y  In- proof of tlio ofllcocy of the Cuticura  1m-iii(.siis-������ U will Lio t-ltuugll lu <|tis*li! in ii* ������  f.lnt'ln letter, fr������m Mrt, V.dwiirrt Netmlni������,  11 Lutmlug llloclc. Watertown, N.V,*. "lour  years ego I suffered with a tcrrllilo rrw*nia.  being a mass of sores from licud to Ivt l und  for six months confined to my lied, During  that tlmo I ftufTcrod contlmiul toilure from  Itching and burning. After being |-|vi-n up  H ;*:)��������� A Kl:.:, 1 tviit l-.l.M; V i* ''**" "*'���������  After tlio first hath with Ciitlcura 8<>ii|i nml  application of Ctitlcurn Ointment I enjoyed  tlio flrst good sleep during my entire IIIiick*.  I n|so used Cuticura Hesolvent nml the imil-  tnent was continued for three weeks, At Ihe  end of that time 1 was entlrrly cured nnd  have felt no III effects since, I would ml vim  any person itifferlng from any form of Mn  trouble tu try the Cutlcum Hemwll-ai, ft������ I  know what they did for me."  fntlrur* Roup, Ointment, Tievolvent end  Pills are sold by <iru|lcU-t������ everywhere. I'otter  Drug At Chem. Corp., tolt props,, lioiton,  Mass, Mailed free, on request, latest S'.'-puge  Cuticura Mock, a guide to the ijmifj and i.o-  nomk-tl treatment of skin and scalp utleo  Uotu, from infancy to ait.  HOP WENT FAR AFIELD.  Then the Quarry Was Found Right at  His Own Door.  Almost  every   farmer   up  north   is  personally   acquainted   with  atJeast  ond or two deer, and  -sometimes ho  doesn't have to go beyond  his own  apple orchard to get a shot at one. '  Jealous "city fellers"   havo   accused '������������������  certain farmers of keeping a deer un- j  der lock and key and leading it out ;  early in the morning of the first div |  of the open season for execution. Cer-  tai*n it is that many deei are shot by r  moonlight before the  season is half I  an hour old.  Hop Wheeler lived in a spot where  the woods came down almost to hi.-*  back door until three years ago, when  most of the timber on the hill was cut  away.  Hop had a.brand-new high-power  rifle that would bore a hole through a  good-sized maple tree. He practiced  shooting with it at a target until he  was sure that he could hit a deer at  300 yards. All that was necessary  then was to find the deer.  The season opened on a Monday, aa  it always does, and Hop \\*as up two  hours before dawn, polishing his gun  and stowing away doughnuts and  hard-boiled eggs in a knapsack. At  5 o'clock he hit the trail for a place  where deer are usually plentiful. Other hunters were in th,e woods before  him, and occasionally he heard the  crack of a rifle not very far away.  Before the day was over he passed  several hunting camps and saw the  carcasses of freshly killed deer hanging by the doors. The successful hunters were usually celebrating their good  luck, and Hop was often invited to  wet his whistle before he moved along.  But not a living deer did Hop see.  Once he heard' a scurrying of hoofs  in the dry leaves, but when -he ran  ahead and peered through the bushes  that blocked his path there was not an  animal in sight. He could hear the  rapid diminuendo of the pattering  hoof-beats far down a ravine.  He slept in tho barn of an abandoned farmhouse that night, and at  daylight he was up and stalking  throueh the woods again. But the  second day brought no better luck  than the first. It was one of those  gorgeous days of early Indian summer, when the declining sun shed--  his last warm rays on tbe hillsides  of the north, which Jack Frost on hi?  southward march has painted yellow  and brown and flaming scarlet. But  Hop had no eyes for the beauties of  nature. He was tired and sore. He  came out on a mountain road early  in the afternoon, threw down the gun.  bit off a fresh chew of tobacco and  uttered one word, the one most expressive of his feelings.  He was through. A farmer came  rattling along in a buckboard and offered him a ride. He accepted with  a grunt of thanks and jumped in.  There was something with hoofs nnd  "a" ii tier s~strapped "oTT 15eh i hd'"~t KeHTeaTT  but Hon pretended not to see it. The  farmed knew well enough what the  hunter's feelings were and was laughing at him without uttering a sound  or moving a muscle ,of his solemn  face. They talked about many things,  but the subject of deer was never men-  tioned, They shook hands as they  parted, and the farmer wished his passenger good luck,  "I wonder if he meant anything particular by that," said Hop to himself,  as he buttoned his rifle under his  cont and started for home.  The sun was just' sotting when Hop  reached his shack. He hung his gun  up over the door, kicked the oat out  of the, house, and loudly demanded  his ,supper. There wns something in  tbe tone of his voice thnt warned liis  wifo not to nsy uny questions about  his two dnys' hunt. She plnced the  supper on the tnble nnd Hop sat down  to ent it, Ho was just raising his first  forkful to his mouth when���������bang! A  firearm wan discharged outside- the  house,  "Whnt in thunder wus that?"; snid  Hop, jumping to his feet.  Ho opened tho back door nnd looked flut. Tliere, over the -fence, almost  in his own yard, wns a wounded deer  on tho ground I It wns a splendid  buck with large, sprending antlers. A  hunter, knife in hand, was running  up to cut its thront.  Hop retreated into the house and  gave the door a nlnm that almost  jarred it from its hingon.  "Well, I'll be tarred nnd feather-  od," ho groaned, "il that nin't rubbin'  it in!"  This  is the trademark which  is found on  every bottle  of the .genuine  Scott's Emulsion  the standard Cod Liver  Oil preparation of the  world. Nothing equals  it to build up the weak  and wasted bodies of  young and old.  FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS  Send 10c., name of paper and this ad. for  our beautiful Savings Bank and Child's  Sketch-Hook.. Each bank contains a  Good Luck Penny,  SCOTT & BOWNE  126 Wellington St., West, Tomato, Ort.  Danger of a Square Deal  The political boss of a small western city drove his buckboard nt top  speed down  the  main street on  the  morning of an election.  "Hey, Johnnie!" he yelled to hia  son, "git down in the fourth .,ward  quick! There's people down there  votLn' as they blame please!"  DR. WINTERS  Cures all chronic diseases. Write  him. His valuable advice vill  cost you nothing.  BOX 215.      NEW YORK CITY.  Awarded First Prire at World's Exposition od  iti Work and  Methods���������  Catalogue Free.   Address.  WINNIPEG BUSINESS COLLEGE.  Cot. Portage *������������ A Kort 8t, Winnipeg  REST ARO HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothinsi Svkup hat bees  used for oyer SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of  MOTHERS f<*r their CHILDREN WHILB  TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCBSn. It  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOHTEN8 the QUH6  4LLAY8 all PAIN -. CURES WIND COLIC, and  to the beat remedy for DIAKKHCBA. It U ao*  ���������ohitely harmless. Be ture and ack for "Mra  Wintlow'i Soothing Syrup," and take no other  kind.   Twenty-fiva ccatt * bottle,  EVERYTHING IN KNITTED GOODS  Coat Sweaters, Underwear, Scarfs,  etc., for Men, Women, and Children,  from 50c. to $10.00. Highest grade  goods at less than Wholesale Prices.  Mail Order Only, no travellers, employed. Send cash,with order, goods  mailed same day. Money refunded  if not satisfied. Catalogue No. 4 now  ready. !  STANDARD  MAIL ORDER  CO.,  62 Bay Street, Toronto,  I  Rich and Costly Furs  THB COSTLIEST TORS come from your  part of the COUNTRY. Ship THEM to  the BEST FUR MARKET ind KIOHT WE  HOUSE. By shipping DIRECT to ui you  receive fir better PRICES thin you have  obtained eliewhrre, bouuie we tell direct to  theminuftctureriof IIIOH GRADE FUBS, *  A trill ihlpment will CONVINCE you,  A ipeclilly arranged price Hit for your  Territory will be milled upon requeit, We  pny ill cxpretiage.entree no conunluloni,  and remit promptly.  LEOPOLD GASSNER FUR CO.  Rt Kaitlttth HI, Capital- ������... .������. M  ���������w York Oily   Iind >i ������Z50,sWO.uO  The Retort Diplomatic.  On the morning aftor the Drum-  mond-Artliiibii������kii election, Bir Wilfrid  Laurier was asked what ho thought of  the Hituntion. Hiu reply wnu chnrac-  toriHtie:  "The Government him received a  blow, of courxo, but it rthould not bo  exaggerated,  "I fool very much llko Abraham Lincoln did on llio occiiBion of jiiKt mieh  n rovorHO. Ilo wiih iiBked by a friend  what ho thought ol it, jiiRt iih you auk  now, Lincoln replied, 'I feel like tho  littlo boy who hurt bin too���������too Horo  to laugh and too big to cry,'  "The ttluirijo Unit Laurier ImH been  'hoist by bin own petard' in untrue.  Lnurior linn never lined IiIh Influence  with Kronehs-Cnnudiimn ngniiiHt Kng-  liF'.i-CiitiadianH or over dono anything  hut try to prevent racial prejudice in  Canada,"  He Wns Eligible.  "Somo men-hoar B(������n������iekneHR woll,"  sanbl tbo rsiinlnin ot nn Atbmtlc lltinr  "I look n Livorpoolian to ('aniidii I  JiiHt iiiontb, itii'i the pour follow did  lmvo a time--sieli fnun Un* linst dny  to thn hist. Hut bo boro It woll, nnd  whon wo roiiehod Father I'oint ho  Hiiid to mo:  " ���������Ctiptiiin. T think 1*11 in, Mrniirht  b/if-lt with you,'  " 'VVhyr*' 8iiid T. 'I thought you  woro going to mnko un extensive,  tourP'  " 'No. I think I'll go hack now,'  ho miid, gulping a������ it nasty swell  lifted our bow. 'I ueo by your rnto  curd tlntt you carry "returned i-nm.  tioh" ut half lure.",r  The Woman Alive  to her own best Intercuts,���������n. noon  as there is need, will help her whole  system witb the tonic action of  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  AI women should read the ipeelel  directions wltb every bon.  M4 Hvirywhare. la ttatai Ua.  Overlooked,  Farm-pro have boon wt buiy pullln������  tlieir turnips thnt thoy haven't pulled  ta a bnjj yot to us.���������llaiTiiton Itovlmw,  0Wf   Oj^wA/  TotvvLtjbrrtourt)  iV  Dominion Express  Money Orders and  Fofsijjn Dfuft*  FAYAOLC  All  OVC*  VHE  If (tut at 4*f*.*i In tha walla a  rafuntJ will ha ������i*am*tly arrantaav  er a naw arilar laiuai without  _ further ehtrte. _  TRAVELERS' OMIQUI8 ISSUED  Monoy aunt by T������ls������waph anil  Ottbl* to all Prlnoipal Oltlot  ;  Aimnslje l������������������WJ In all  C.I'.U, Stall***  V  W, N. U��������� No. 821  ������������������.!  m_mmtmm  _mmlm THE   NEWS,' CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH' COblTMmA,  bf.y  J  ,1SU    *    I  Tiiu  ������!���������.'?:���������������      IVcS-iav   hv  ilio  Uhtog   Oo nap any  .iuji.t  -Mil ii-ii  Iml'l   'UsSflf!  ���������jiun-iblwl'sii' i|i<* 'Spiiiimtsuf ulti-  ;, n* nniy u|)]h������,.i' in i.a dolmiMit*  ������-II   llilll'  l<) tilllt'.  'l   wi ii an.! iiiii i   ���������   nfiVi ���������j'i   iiii "   .'   ISaJmrninTT^ iai^? "^^ !..~r*^"7  'll'KSDAV, jVy.'.!M������t,      M I  if  WA'TKR NOTICE.  NOTIOK Ib hsroby Rjven that aa  application will be mnde under Part  V. of the "Wnter Act, 1909," to eb-  tiin n liociiHi* iii t u* S y-������,n������i l/ivi,j ������ uf  VI������t*riB Water DyM.t  a, The name ot Com, any in full The  C'-'Pba'l.lti hIVstC iiipn v,-Limited.  Tho head -sfflco- Oiliw < Ml.r.ittiv & Rob  orw.ii, ,"ilt 1*' r Hi , Veil H,G.  Tho capital, how divided, showlm*;  aniouut paid u��������� $.50,000 oivi -o i mio 6M  tilinrei* "uf IIOO.OU ta li, Am ut������s (.aid up  840,000.  (If for mining purposes) Free Mln������  er's Certificate No.,.,,   (b) Tho namo of the lake, stream  or Bourco (if unnamed, the doscrip-  tson i������-0������iii|.bi*l LiU*-', \     oui'������. Ulti'i'i-  (c.) The point of diversion; About  The tas't iii Casitp������������������ u L  (d.) The quantity of water applied  lor (In cubic feet per second) 4wcm-  tc feet.  (e.) The character of the proposed  worku dun) iihd  lu >;i- j;a  (f.) The premises on which the water is-T^to boused (dooeilbe earns): In  Jit H *in-j paint on the li������ I a (uj- the l>aufc  of the (.'iimpbttll River, .niicut oue hnlf mil.  'beloif Campbull Rive* F,i I*.  (g.) The purposes .for which the  watur i* i   no omul *.>���������'��������������������������� r   ��������� ', ���������> oh  (h.) If for Irrigation describe the  land intended to be Irrigated, givinu  acreage ,   ,..���������,,,   None,  (I) "if the water is to be used for  power or minlnj*** purposes describe  the placo whero the wnter is to be  ���������returned to nomo natural channel,  and tho difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return: The water is t'i hf r- n-ii'*d t-> th-*  Campbell Kivor it a p int nbout ouo mil*  below the Campbell Hi���������** Fills and *he  d'll������*ii o in al i'udo will '��������������� nh������nt 800 ft.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended to  "bo occupied by the proposed works:  -A'mJ_8jOAg_tJ^ ^   the  for (in cubic   feet   por   second)  IIO-Mir.   t   i  (e.) Tho character of tho proposed  W    *i������ dwui U ;.i.t������Uiyo|������i08  (f.) The prerniseB on which tho water is to be u#ed" (describe Bamo)  Ad  *nie pisiu >;ii the lnnd uimn tho bauk  uf t ������Ofcnipb l:--rivi-������ ..bon. s,nu htdf mil*  bel ,w't'iiui"i*b#li river VAby.  (g.) The  purposes for  which   tho  ,'��������� 'i������ Ut bo n ed: power in i> B -.  (b) If for   irrigation describe   the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  ac.reu^e,,,.,....���������..,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,.*,...... ������,���������������������,.������������������  None.  (1.) If tbe water( is to bo used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place where tho water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return: Thi wafer iiti ho ifliUiiitU to *ie  um sti>ilriver Hi ������*miiit atmiit in.)   mil  below t ������������������* G-tmpli l| iLw FslU nml tbo d f  fere, e in ilt'-i'di- wil' Im about 8������li fett,  (j.)Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by tho proposed works'  nb nL:.!2(J������o hi.  (k.) This notice was posted on tho  uiailun dtij ut J .utui), 11)11, it sit nppsis.ii>  turn wbl b s ii,nii������ tu tiiu CoruniiHS o,iur * n  tho i ��������� eniy-forrUi day of Fubrtmrj,  1011,  (1,) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licenses who or whose lands are likely to  be effected by tbo proposed works,  either above or below the outlet*.  I' r Hi ish Atr.cn un.-Ttmb������r Oo,, ijid.,  of Viekhia, ll.C; Worth Pneiflo Lnmb .  C *,, Lt *; of Vancouver, B V: V. Ci'dal y  of vJnioHKo. Jliinoi������| lntet nxtiiiml Timber  Co., of Vancouver, 11,0, Esquimalt & Ni -  naimo Haiiwiy Gompmy,  Attoch copy of Biich parts of tbo  Company's memorandum of association ns authorize the proposed application and works,  a, T e cuus ruction or operation of wot k*  or thu itupi ly or utilization ot wiuui- uudo  t*n������''*W������������r A;Ut, 1009,"  b. To apply for anil obtain undor th  proviBiows ui tm "W������tt*r Aor, IUIM)," or ti  |jiircha������u or O'htrwino m quirt waior rocmd  or switeiH Jiceiists .->,.-.  Tins Oami'bbm. Rivbk Po\vi:nci)Mi'A,sy  LiMi'i'cn-U. H.-.iluin*i,*W. \Vii:Ji������������e<.i*i.������ii,  Diiuutsiie,  T 0* addiwss Box Iii, Vmcoim, 13,0.  =  Sale Continues Unabated in out* ne������i> quarters  toto doors east of the Post Offiee, in Booiling  Riley Building, Dunsmuir Avenue.  Selling  out  balance of the Model Clothing Co.'s high-grade stock of Men's,  Boys', and Children's CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, HATS,  BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC., at less than cost oi  the raw material.  Come -with the Crowds,  let Nothing Keep you away.  A Chaaoe of a Lifetime Stares You iii the Face.  Below we quote only a few ot the many hundreds.ol Bargains to be found here:  (It.)Tbls notico was p--8ted on  teoo 11 day ol January, 1011,     fl a ������ lie  tion will be made to the Commia-  ������io ������r on thu twonty-lou, t ��������� ������y 11 i'ubru-  liy, 1011.  1.) Givo tho names nnd addresses  of any riparian proprietors or lieun-  aecs who or whoso landi? oro likely to  bo affected by the proposed works,  cither above or below the outlet:  The or-nfii, he-liritiab A*ii*rci Timber  Cd,, h*(\. of Vlo otiit, B ������,. N<������r*h l^oifio  L umber Co,, Wil,, uf Vsiiufu* er, JI.O.j P.  ( ulohy, uf tihirt'iora, Illiiini -. Internatloti  a Tinibnr Co,, nt Vuno-ii n**, 15 O.  Attach copy of such pnrtn ol the  Compnny'H memorandum of association hb imthorizo the proposed op>  plication and worlcu.  (*-| Tho uniitruotlim n funraUnn cf  w rk r t'te supply' rutilii'.Htlon of wat-tr  lj'iiiu,;iio"W.tPi*Act, ���������!#.)"  (!i) To npi'ly fer iitx] t<x ld'> uml������*r tbe  jirnvlHlims nl Iho* -"Wiiti-r A ' IP'slO," nr to  pmobns'i ������r ii liiiiwlie uc jisir- *--H'pr rmi-  nnlH or wi'ttr Hn li^'H,  TlIK CaMI'IU'.U, "iVKIt Ps/V.'KR COMrANY,  1,1 Ml TUI),  (i, If. liiiMi.: W.WHl'n-f.Orlme,  I'.O  nddrri-a V,t)x 7'.M .Dirooton.  ViftUivi, U.C.  APIMJOATION  FOR   STOR-  J.N0- WATH;R,  Thn plnue ������f tl'������ |i������������������>ow"l r'sorrolr for  tlorinu wn'tr Ciiui|������iiwll Utui, Vanoouvor  Inlninl.  (0 Tlm tM'tm 1 y wMch !t in iiropowd to  titorti thn v-'H*Ki> i(������m m\   an Uiu Kites.  {v] Uo ��������������� il Iii pr<������|������o*i������d tu trquii't the  hmi ii(i'iis������snv i i- tn* ]/iiri'<iH<* by pttroliaiw  tin I s,x||s*sijir|s'soil,  w,   AmnOKitiinwly the m*Mib������r nf tore  fattt Inren l*< I lo  o iotii*" n a-\ "JO 31(1 igri  font Tl" ������:iim|.i.i 11 -*i 1������ a*s-r Cs���������������Ud,  tl, f!  ll-inr.W '.''nlUgtttrltnif  Dr  i ru  I'O. -s!,|f.s   i  M (731 "   ������ rln, H,C.  APPLIOAT ON POUSTO.lHJa VV'Al'Kii  h, lh* plooM of thd proptwwl re;*������ivoi (< i  stoiin^; U^iJC!- C^in-ibtill ]j������ke, VsJiiuouv'i  UliiDi.  t, The mtiitt s by which it is pro^o td to  ���������to e tho w**i������r: Dam uud .S \i,.i gttis  v. Ko.v tt im pi*nn,mrt ts-Jtcsjuiro ilu huct  amfin ary for the puryoii-: Uy puruiiuso and  ssxpr-iis-mrion.������������������ .-������������������,��������� ^  ��������������� , ripprtix'tnntaly the numbtr of nun  |oit iuts-mlod to lie ioi|)onnded 10,7o-J uu.t  >eot.  Tun i-Axvnr.itt iuvkr i������dwku c;o,, j/imithu  O, 11 Hutu*, VV VVrtlJitco ih ime, \)\iVi.fnn  P.O, uddrosb-    Box 724, Victuriu, ii.V.  Clothing Department.  $15,000 Worth of Cloth-  ing Butchered.  Fine* Stutfi of Moii'i*   or   Youths'  Clothes, worth $7. DO, now   82 ������8  Suit of Mon'a or Youth'* Clothes  or OvitcoiU, worth  to   ,$12.50,  now 4.98  Ovi-rcoatu or Suit?, Motlcl's priftu  S10, Sulvn^o price    now $0.S8  SIS Overconts and Woi'SU'd Siitti*,  hniidredu of thum inoluded, and  money back for garHH-nts iv-  tiinied Now 9,98  Overfoatfi and Suits that soil tnwy  Nvhurc at $20, our prico  10,89  Men's Fine  ltoots,  worth   $3 50,  1'ow $1,65  Boys Ovcrcoais, worth up to $5,50  Now   |i,89  Nobbv .Suits in line materials, worth up , Tit-s, worth 2Sc    Now   .  $6; now....,  $2-89 j 24 xbn. Overalls, worth 75c  1/AND AOC  Porn No i>.  'Form of Notice,'.  Gout* DlHlrlct, Range 2.  TAKB  HOriCE that Gforge 0.  Pratt, of Vftncouvpr, tccupfttion   ao*  couotant, iotnide to npply lor  per  roliB od to -jurohait- tbe fnllowiD*; <-)������*���������  atribrd land*:���������Ooiainrmi gat apnM  planttd at lhe oortueuHt ���������,oriJ������r ol N 1  1(5, bulog  six o)il������M   north mid iw<  wiles went ul tbetoi'bwentooriirr oi  No 1, thuDce imrtli 80 ohttii.u. ti>������rr(-  tfhi 8Usbalt*i ihfl'ii-������otJtt)8n cl nine,  (benue -aodi 8U obnir^n, to tliu poiut o.  81 mmenc-emtdi;, m st-tinin-r 040 itdriif,  imruorleuH. QUO ROB 0,1'B^IT,  N*4QisH Ol A-JpliOUttt.  l)m������H Juno (1,1D10  Children* Suits worth   $j: now...,98c  Men !������and Boys I'ants worth up to .In.50  Now...-. ���������...-.* 79*-'  Ovwrconts and WursUnl or Sill*;  Mixed Twned Soils, pwrftictly  tnilortid, It Bemw a pity to Bull  thoin so low, Worth #25.  now11.48  Suits for best dregs tvoai*, finoi������t  hand hand rniloring throughout  Woi'ii to $30.    Onr priwi  11.88 AND 14.98  Furnishings, Etc.  100 Men's and Boys' Shirts, worth 75c,  and $1: now,, 29c,  Men's .Shirts,'whiic nnd fincy pntierng  price $1 to $2,    Now .'.- 79c  Men's Fleeced Ribbed Underwear, worth  to Si.   Now 39c.  Men's Hose, svorth 25c. Now    5c.  Men's and Ladies' handkerchiefs, hemstitched, worth to 15c    Now 3c   5C  Now.... 29c  100 dcz Ties? worth 50c to 75c Now 17c  Men',. Wool Socks, worth 50c. Now 19c  Men's Silk Embroidered Suspender**,  worth' to 35c    SiiiviiKC price 12c  Mf n's Fine Raincoats find Overcoat***,  worth to $12.1.0, now $5.48  Muu'h Hose, worth 2>*>o,   Salvage pricu Tio,  Men's wool hoeo. worth fn }Ji5i*,    uuvt lOo.  Moil's BtroiiB work amrts, worth  $1.50,  ISulVfltfO Klllo IJlilit* UwD  Mnil's bonvy wool top ahirtB, worth $2,,r)C,  Salvage Kule priou  Wis  Meli'ij bert work ahirta andtinnnel vbirU nn  earth, worth to $1, Snip prluo.,. 3t������o  Men'* long oil akin ooa'vn, worth &3.50  $ul������ i"rice , ,. .81.23  Hat Department.  Hat*!, soft and stiff, worth $2   Now 6Sr.  lh-' line'of Hats, worth up to $3.5s) Now  . $1,79  Men's soft and stiff Hats, worth up to $3  Now 980  Hoys Hats, worlh $1 Now 29c  Caps, 30c and 50c values,   Nww.... 14c  Men,s    Hoools,   worth    4,50  Now 2,35  Men's and Ladies' Doots.   worth $2,50;  S tie  Price 98c.  Bov's Shoes   worth   $1;  now 12c.  Men's High-Top   Doots,   worth   np   to  $7*5" ;'    ' $3 48  Men's Oxfords,   worth   $3; now   $1,48  Mens iiuo hoots, worth 8.DO;.  Now $1,05  M������ii8 hoots, worth to 4.40;  Now $lZ.'m  Men? boots, aetuol worth 1.50  Mow 98c  Ladio**) hoots, worth 2.20: now 08c  Kovh sHoi'B, worth 2,00; now (iUc  75 do;*. Gloves, 5OC to $1,50 values;  Now 35c  Selling out THE MODEL CLOTHING  COMANY'SIiSTOGK.  Dunsmuir Ave, two doors east of the Post Office,  STORE OPEN TILL 6  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  '.������������������'���������������������������;  WATI5R NOTIOB,  MCW.1I5 lit  heroby flvon that an  i*>,pplifii*.Mi'������> w'll lie mnde imd������r Put  V, nt the "W/tti-r M, ims* to  ob-  i-' si 'i !'    si,(        ),,0 i',,u,���������, Ulv������*(-.������ ut Vlti  to ii W        I).   Hf.  (n) The rt" in nt CotnpMif in full:  'j.    i,,",i|,'<   jkt.s r in^nr'<im in>.Ud  t'l,.* ii.miu -iiijiii Oi-Hmi i liuriinrd <A  v 'in,, , 'iii's-tH   y,i������.r , ii.'-.  TK"! cni*ilt������l, hov dlvidei!, nbKtwlnir  .1   ' r   ! . ' l  ll.ii  imn -M*  .     i" i    ,,'   nJttiW lol'.lll    :i!,lf<������llit,    p*������|ll      Ui  (II for tr'.'ilri'; j*tir'i-'K,i|i1' .r*a Mln-  cr'H i.'crtirct.in, Ho   (').) Tb", ���������nm m of the* Ir'h, f.trtirm  ������ir isotrco l( i.s n-.tn.-.l, \$,o AftKcrlp**  ���������fi'in i.i U-i|.i'r ''nu^lmli < ft   ,   v    i;   vs r  lrtts'l'i  (r���������) The point M dlverM'ft! At thi  ((������.* o'TT ui* ���������"      !������*> '���������������    .  (H Tt������ iiTjitity of wat������r ������rpn������^,  LAND ACT.  Korm'No. 9.  l'orm of Notice,  Const JJUtnci KitnKC s,  TAKJfiNOTK B������h������K4f������trHdi������H������iJ.  Und, ol Vftfnoniiri tucupml in,. nmi-  rhd wiifinio, fmonn-H to upply lor p������-r  mlcfiinn to puronn* 'hp (oIIowIhk ih-  Hcrlhptl Ikridm OimMiit'i-tiliiB hi n oom  1 Ino led At the norlh r-aat crxrn.r of Ni  11,  bcinK thr������Hmilti os-r'li iuii-1   tui  mild w������������t ol MioH, VV, ccrmr i,f N<,  1, (heoofl north HO obiiinf, th������itOf> nrai  HO flu-sir,*   thciioflfloutn  H'l ohnini>.  '.Iirtco ai'tiltV chfi<nn, lo tin* poll t ol  ooronKinorment, (lontritiliiK !'*]() ut-rur,  moN nr bat,  (IKttTttUDR HOI UNI)  NMne tf Appllcunt,  l)it*d June 4th, IK 10,  tf i*m^_mmmmm*Waiimaamma_mi^i*af'a*aiaiimaia.m*mamva*mimmmiMiaaammt  UND ACT,  Form No 0,  Form on Km-tan.  Ooi������t Ulntdct, UnnRP 3,  TAKK NOTIOB ther l)*������n K.r������ii.  <*ntitQl V������r.oouf������,r,(if'*fl������pall(i������ biMtthfr  iutendi  to apply tot spormU^Inn  lo  fiiirehMf   thn   lnllowiiiR   6.tttlb.il  sKlls's-,���������ClHI,lll*l,v.ll,|> 11' it \><i���������-',- \i\i*U'.l \  ijfar ll" Vrneh ������t lh������ t-fii-i-swpct-. cntnor  nl No 11, hHee two milflH norlh nnd  fhi������r -wllm wtut n( thn umiUiwinr nor-  .nr id (in 1. ibnni- north 80 oliitin-',  thrnecwei 80 ohM <������, tbonwa torn).  Mil nlii.ln*, mmii (** l*M tn nbnm lira,  ilnnet st'iot OH olmiin tUniu  *hi<ni Mr-it u nnlnt ol cominut cimcut,  .l'lfilliliiui! I'4'l ������mt, rrnr* nr  \t>l)f,  1JAVB l''R������MUr.ONf  Numti oi AiiplU'ttut.  D^frul hniii 6, HMD  4,ata*.m-       **'���������*   *    ���������    a*t  4������**l|sV������i������^M*������rN*^i,i^������������M,������|WM*.*^������*#  IK VOU WaNI'  BGOD PRISTHB  (iJVJT VH A TKUl  LAND AC P.  Form No,!),  Form of Notleo,  ���������Cojol DlHlrlct,  1) ril.nou of Kudko 2,  TAKK iiotii'O that Vornu Look of Vnji-  oouvui', ouuupulion b|jiiistoi', iiiteijd.1 in  apply i'or pm-uilxsl n to purclmuu tliu following dimoribi'd IiiiiUh;  Comm ,nclnt* ut ������ r-mt plimlod nt ihu  Nurth Want oiirtioi* nt No. 1, thenco Wot  Wffhty (80) iiti'ii ii 0 oiu or lo h tn (J. h.  8WH, tlionoo Ns'itli oiKluy (8:1) ohriiuB 1*-,  Ioiik 0, L,'11358, tlio on Hunt oglny (80)  oliiiltm, tliummHouth oiqility (HO) cliniu-*,  ti tlio point of eomrnoi.t'oiiu'i.t, usiiitiiu*  lin/hix h-.ttiilicd mvl forty (tilO) tum*  niui'u or Iosh,  VKRNA LKK1C  Numosif Applioant.  Dutod .lnno'Uli, 1010,  '���������wmwmwewmw *iiiii***wiwiwww**i*w**i***-*^^  I AND AOT,  KsirniNo l),  Foi in ol Notleo,  (.'oiut DUiriut,  DiHtriot of UiiDKO 2.  TAKR imtluij tlmt HUnor Lo������lt of Vnn-.  oouvcr, comiimilou Mitn-lml uouwtn, in-  t'-iulu to upply (or permUnlni) to niroliam  tliu following d worl hed Intids:���������  (.'(iinni(*ncli������itnpoiit plnnted nt tlm  North VV(!Ht (umtorof No, I, thonoo Norlli  oiy-hty (B0) clnuin, tlionoo Kant (BO) uhniim  tlinri'M dotith (iljihly (HO) uhainn, tliuuue  U'uhi |!<U) oh'tinn, to point of comnuinoi1'  mont, (loiitiiliil-iK hU liuiuliod itiidfoily  itoi'fH, moio ur lima.  KUNOIl hViVX  Nnmo or Applioant,  Dnto'lJiitiiiVli him,  ���������rcoiM^nMrjimhTiiTur-**--  DlHtrlotof llu|s(>it.  TAKK notioo that Win Kltmnor .InnMii.  ^,;*,f4s! .i.Uf.'iifx'1'r, )������ <",, is^<ni<ntlMi,i.is,}.  rind womiuii inttinili tmiuiily fur purine.  Himi t'������pttrohniio -iiui followmt/tlsNOilhi'd  liiiiiihi-L, Vi, Jonklnioti'H H, K. o*rni'r,  (Jmnmnncl w nt ������ pont pin ,t������d nt Uio  nurlli ciifit corii'-r of Scfiil'.n ], TownMlilp  ���������il, ilii'iidu v,(is,t I GO ol nls������-, l������liii* en iiijitii  ���������M (jhnlriti, iYn.r<-nr Inn; l'<^ni',iin J.���������<��������� 0,  tli iiui* oiint nil" ll tin* lulls- m di'ii tn TiM\n-  ���������lip in , thi'iiO'i Hi'itth iW sliiiioH mi,ru   r  l*< ��������� Ul .illlHstif (MllllsOllCU iil-Ut QOll flilllll','  HO tituvn nt*r<r������' r lw������.  uitix mutton smmmwt,  LAND ACT-  i'orni No. 9,  Vorm nt notice.  Coast Diitrict Ksin^e 2,  TAKE NOTICE tlu*,t   William   H.  Whalcn, of N'micouver, occup.uion, gen-  tlcmiin, intentla to  apply for permission  ���������to  purchase   the   follow inn   detcrihed  lundM Commencing; at a post planted nl  the north eimt corner of No, 6,  hfiinit  lour milc-i luirili of 1 lies south west corner  of N". r, thence nortli 80 clialns,  thence  cant  80 chniiiH, theme  south 80 chuiti-i,  tlience west 80 ohnins, to tlie  point  of  commencement, conuinintj six Unndred  itnd forty acrm, more or Ichs,  WILLIAM  II, WMALKN,  Name of Applicant,  Daictl lnne 4th, igto,  LAND ACT.  Form  No, P.  jh Form of Notloc  CoiihI UlHlrLit,  DUtriut Of Kiinno i!,  TAKI' natiue lliat Willi.m Look, of  VftiHimiVfl-viais-tpillion IfiitUmr, intmide  to npply for pnrnn-iilon to pit roll into tho  following ilimorllml IiukI*: ���������  OommmioltiK nt a \mt plnnteil mi Iho  beftuli nhutuoiie iiniln half ml Ion Nmitlt  Kut from thoHoutli K4������ls eoniVr of -U, I.,,  a;j.W thunun North v-^bly (BO) oiniiiM,  thonoii H.������t ������il|{lny (HO) clinnn, tlicnnis  South.(HO) ohiiuM, lilionufl Uot (80)  ulllililH, In pnlnt tit co-isniiinoiniim', con-  tniuiiiK nix luindrt.il mul forty uiu oh, moro  or linn).  WTMiTAM fiRMK  LAND AOT.  Tortn No, \),  Form 0! Notice,  OiM'f-t District, Runrc 2.  TAKB JKOI'IOB that John Morav-  ic, of VnntMtn'irr,ocoupmioii couviruu*  tor fnti ndfl to apply f(������r p������rtiiie������ii>n  to - nroliii������*o tho I fnllowi.��������� f. d'aoril,orl  lni)di<i*Cotr*ini(uicing t,t, a pout, pUnt'd  at tbe nortli������������Bt oiy'ot*r ol No 14, Iji-  iof.: iiui no I It h nortli and twooileh  went of tbo iiooit!WH)if, ootot-r ol No J,  U)i.*neo norlli MOt'liHttiH. tPfiino went  80 chaitiH, t)r>noo touth 80 obniim,  thonoo eait 80 oluine, to tbr* p,dnt of  o- inmeDoeriflt'iJt, coutinniiM' 040 KerH,  nnoro or )ei<.      JOHN ,N 0'B*\VIO,  Namo ol Appltciuit,  naledJiiDsVe, 11110 ;���������  LAND ACT.  I* orm N 0. 9,  Form of Notice.  Count District,  DiHtrict of Range 2.  TAKK. NOTICE thnt Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, inteiuU  10 npply for pern.iNhion bt purchase the  following iloHcnhed Inndsj Comnicncinjr  nt a pom planted at the northenot corner  ������f No 4 (belnd thi'co miles north of the  ������ontlnM**it corner of No 1) thence north  80 clmlnMhence enit 80 chaini, thence  ������otith 80 rhaim, thence went 80 chains,  to the point of commencement  contain*  inp -six hundred md   Inriy, - 640, rtcreii,  more or lem.      WALITCU LKEK,  Nnmo of Applicant'*  Dnl*dJuno-ltli, 1010,  N nisi of Ai'p.iomt'  TAN"  A^T  D ti-aJuuvilsUH, I9IU  sis;*  TAKB   NOTICK!   thaf J-hn   M,  Strwnrt, ol Vmier-tmiT, f^ntipnelnn enr  ���������Ion tori-frludp tlsfi (r������lh'wi|io dcrorih'  (Ml  1*nr*hj���������-fioirmiMisTing  at ������  ro-H  tiUnled nl thn nortlun��������������������� enr'w-r rd N  ij, hln-/ t1 rcc n*Hr������ rmrlh nnl tluci*  n,|'������n wr-i' olM'f ���������ss-'iit'M^oi*' C'trnfir n'  Nn 1. ili'-ni-iMicrtl* W ebtiiw, if'-net  ivi-Ht h'n-i* *'> *, *'' i" !t' M-t'iit. tn t-' 11 "ii  tlsi.tni ii-ii-i 80 nhrti-iN, to ih������ ri**nl 0'  porrin-'iii*i>uis-n������ i'cii'm'i I1 vf-W " iff,  rtiftnrUw, JOHN M H'l SWART,  ...    1 .,1      ,., ��������� N������mo of Appilo*ti������  W0,.J^)io,,if',it.,D(UdJin)(,M���������lM#  l'.irm Nn. 0. Form of Notlw,  j Oi..8������t DUtriot, Xtntiya Q,  TAKK NOTT.CK thai David Piwunn  Mllur. of Vftticoiivoi-, openpiitinn, onrpfn-  t������r, ifitiiiiilH to npply forppnniMnifin to \>nr.  olmisfl tlu������ fnlliiwiti? ilecorlbpd lnnilri~(Js>iM  n ai i-bm nt n, r*'������-t plnntml n't thn ncntli  s'nwt.mtrnor of No, J, -tlipno-n north R0 tilni'n*  thf'Kip ma* 80 ntn-n-������, thenee roii������h SO  cH:il"isitl*"Mr(i um fiO olnilio*. to point nl  i) ni'isii'tti" tm uc, crmtttinirn;  (HO note  mnr������  fsf I Hf,1'  l'AVIO UAWtON MI1.UH  Namo of Arpliemit,  |i������iH}.Jm!o(UH, HHO,  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9, Form of Notico,  CtiiiHt DUtriot, Uatigo'U.  TAKB NOTICK that Aloxeodur MoPhto  of Vunonuvur, o-joupiitrion, cm punt nr, iu-  taiiiU to up'dy for pu*mi*t^ion 10 purulinuo  tho followirjf{ tlmonhud liaulri:���������Oumnisjiio-  hitf ut at a pout 'pliuiti-d ut tho r.ortli wtitt  oomur ut' Nn. Vi, bwiiy, lour units nt-rtli  uud throu uiilust wodL ol the wmh trout cor-  uorof No.l, tliuiii'C norti,' 80 obniiiii,tli(iUco.  went 80 bhuirif, tht ueo in-utli 80 olmiim,  thenco oiut 80 wliaiiu, to iho poinc uf uom-  iiiciiiKjiiioiiL, uontiiiiiion 0*10 ttoro", moro <*���������*>-  Isjh,, AUfXANIHiUJIolMIEK,.  N111111) o( Applicant,  DttuU mio Oh, ) 9 JO,  LAND ACT.  Foi n. No. a,,  CeiMt Uiiitristt, Km)),'*) 'i,  TAKK NOTICJW lb it Nnonii MelMioe,  of Vnncoiivoi, tiooupaliou, nmiried woniitn  iiitonilii to upply foi* perinlhHloii to pur-  oliiiNo tho following ilturirlbcd liutih: Com  itieiioliiK nt u pokl plunteil ui thu north  \vi*dt oonitir of Nn. 1*1, boinw ilvu iniluu  north und thrno iiiiltH Hunt if tint noutU  wont oomor nf No. 1, tlienca nurth 80  oImIiik, tlionoo wot 80 uliititni, thonco  south HO clinliih, tli'tnoe ettHt 80 uliiilnf, to  the point of onmim-iicoinunt; oontui I 1;  040 iiomi, moro or loac  NAOftH MoPHBE,  Nnmo of Applioant.  Dutod JnnofHh, 1010, ���������     ������������������  cqast und district.  UitiLik'ii xH (Jxmtt RiUino 2.  TAKIC NOTIOK.1 Iml Wilwhnl 0  TowiHen.il o( Vimcouvui', IJ G i  nentiomiin, inlnnrlM lo npply for por*  minofnn to nnrolinKo thn frillowln'r  (U'Kcrlhotl Inndt't Cnimnt'iioltiR ut a  posit plnntod nhot-tt 7 nilloa' north  nnil 2 ������v)II������h mitA of tlu **'ot|th(*n*'l  corner of (ih ilH.r)8( llienot- Hiuith HO  cliaiiiH, 'hence wont 80 ohitliiH,  thenco north HO oim inn, tinmen enct  80ihiiirii, 10 \*oH n. commence'  iriftit, iontalnln������ 040 novow, tnonuir  i.**,   KPWAH1)O TOWNHWNP,  I)aleiU.j)y27U), IflJU.  -.mm-ftM-.*, #**������,  ���������i.i,.t^'^M������-m^__m_'_m--__-__.^i eUMSERLAND,  APPLICATION MMt SEORlStt WAIKU  (������ ) The plnco of the prepo-Md reservoir  for otoriog Comox Latsp, I5.C.  O) The means hy vhieh it-la proposod  to store tho wntor by a tUnr* at outlet <'f  Liko..       "'','"  (u,) Tbo arpanf the nwervoir aita or  elk** at eauh foot in deoth above the outlet  8000 acre*!,  (v.) H.w is H proved to acquire (be  limit uecemsry for tbe purpose By parcbue  if 11*0668 wy.  (v.) Approximately the nunilxr of acre  lev, iut*oded t������Iw hnpinudrd 8t),()i)0,  (x.) W������i������tlier iti������ proposal to lower the  wnter iu any ontumi l������lte or BUwliugbwIy  of wtttor, nod, if no, th -I**���������  l./l'no Mttfeipatwl tytoutof Ihe lowei-  i������i5 Not lo*vor������*l.  i. Tiie nmiut proposed to be adopted to  low er and rt till   8, Th<s suture and ounrnofer, in detail,  of the woiltst proptrtad to bo coDNtroeted>lo  provide for tlio iliBcharuo bmI punniug bnck  ef tbo wft'or jly fconcrete d������m with rtigu-  Uting gntcs controlling tho discharge.  [ci gauture]  WKUI/INd'I'ON 0oi,UKKV<*OMl'ANY,   I/I'l).,  W. h CJooi.ho.s-, Gonerul Maimer.  (P.O. nd ,rvM������) Viotorin, li C.  Jnmwy lOlh, 1911.  WATIBB NOTIOB.  NOTICH is hcrohy given that an  application will he made tinder Part  V. of the "Water Act, 190V to ob-  tti'ii a [junta* in ihu   U.vi-sio.1   uf   0 ntsix  J.).H P 05,  (u.) The nnmo of Company In lull;  \V������ll.ujfc n Us lliery Ucmpt-iy,   Luaucd,  Thi he 11 - ill ta Volorin, H.C.  Tliu capital, h ,w divides .1, tbowini*  i tn >Mit i������.iil ui) 8"; itiO.OOOO divided into  2 1,000ohinoiof 8100 OOi'-ich fnllv p-tidtip  (If for mining purpose*) Free Mii-  <er'p Certificate No   (b.) The namo of lake, stream or  pourc* (if unnamed, the description  It) PsjntUisigs lttver,  (c.) The point of diversion: At a  poi-1 uhofo tlio faiiB on the Vnn ioslt-t*  River, Cwnos Di-trio***.  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for Un cubic feet per socond);  IS7<\  (e.) The charactor of the   proposed  works-: Generating plat t. powir ������*-o k������, um  elfctrio workf, and ptituf a tl other ii.aeh-  ii'ory nndconviuuiuoes utct-mtary for pru-  dh*oin-; oowtr,  (f.) The promisee on which the wator is to be used (describe same): On  or iu )ho vuinitv of tne Wdiingt m Colliery Oo-npany'-t Ltd. pr*>ptny nnd   hold-  _,ittii.iu Com/ix,_D_ttrio_*!._���������   (g.) Ths purposes on which the wa-  W ts to be u ed: (jgutrati m oieutnclty,  aud or lifi-hr, heat, {.ower, o*pcr**tion of  motor*, eiiHU.-o-t, and m-Ginnery ffal kiudH  und goiwrully for tin e.teroivo of all p������\vei>  am priyilegei of u yo 'ar co upituy under  l'uytIX. of above Aot.  (i.) If the water is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place whore the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the diilcrenco tn nltitudo between  point ol diversion and point ol return At a couvumeHl pluco Mow tut-  ���������Stooghton Fsdlti in tbo v/oiriity t.utlvt  Uro wn Itiver, Sootionn 10 nml L<i Tp., 0,  O'tiitov Diitrict. The point of roturu ������  nbout 200 feet lower alutudu khan the point  of di, 0'hioti,  (j.) Area of Crown land Intended to  ho occupied by the proposed works:  None,;    ''. v  ��������� .- ���������'  (k.) This notice wan posted on the  sixteenth day of January, 1011, uud ������p*il-  ca'im will ho made to the) omn iiif������*ioi.oi'  on the ,28rtl day uf February, 1011  (1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licensee who or whose lands are likely  to be affected by tho propoaed works,  -either above or bolow the outlot;".,  tVs Jil������j t iu t, olliory Oomp.������ny, Ltd.  Attach    copy, of ouch parts of the  Oornpnny'o memorandum of Inaaocla-  tkm nu authorize 'te proposed application nnd works  (Sl/jn^t i o)  WiauNnTON Ooj.i.tkiiy Oomi'avv, Ltd  W, L. OotJi.HON, Oenoiul MaiiitKei',  (l������.0, n������Jdroi*������)         VloUrb, H.C.  Kjcuuo** from the mkmoiianihim ov ahhooi-  *TIONOl* Till! WBLMNHTOM OoM.IIMtY  i.omiunv, mwmi.  {.) To aoijniiio hy puroluie, grant, leavo  or In ��������� ny other ninunor w titer or  riijhisIt wntor  ,   |t]J Tn carry on tho huiiuus-i of   oUutJlu li^lit, hunt und power supply   (. j Tn ma.iufnoturo tud use an u molivo  pnuor khotiloiiy, and totniiiufaotnre  or uoi[tiiro plint, machinery, apparatus,  and muteilisilti of every kind for the pro-  (litcuoii Nttd diitrlbntioit of oliotricity, .,  t * t'Hiiiinit'!, uuo or dhpoHo of uupply or df������-  tribiittf il vtrioity ,, ,.for liulitirKor  motive powi'r,,,., ,aud to ooimtruot, lay  iiiiw-ii, ctiljii-h, uii-i csiiiy out ualjiim,  wiioH, liuoK, aooumulntois, )iiiripn nml  worst.  m ������#������������������^w#������������#' a*m. mmmmmmmmm mmm  Ml ARY. NO'ilt'K that Willium F. Sinitn,  of Vnuuotivur, ovoupation, enrptutvr, in-  tondu to upply fnr pormlmilon to purohuM*  tho foliouii g ilostiirihtid UutUi���������Oomintnio*  inn at it punt plautt tl at the north mnt oor.  nor of Nn, 1, thence north SO ohaius, thonoo  nut 80 ohainu, thouoe aouth 80 olmiu*,  llniion wtiit 80 ohnim, to pmnt of uuiinii*  /���������ncftiH'iit, ciiiiinii-tlnjj 040 itertin, nioro ur  leai. WILLIAM F.SMITH,  Name of Applioant.  Dale.l Juno Oth, 1010,  ISH   COLUMBm  For Sale by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -      FOB   SALE  BY      -      m  Walworth-Rolston Co.  w  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B. C.  BOVRIL renovate*  the blood and builds up  muscle and nerve. It is  good for children,  athletes and invalids-  good for all.  RUPERT LAUD DISTRICT  ^)iSJkt ol Rnpert,  TAKE notiee that Fndora Mse _*m*v  ofVaocuuver, B.C.   occupation|\Vidow,  intend* to appjy for permia^ion to por-  chnoe tbe foltowii-g d-ecrib-d l������ud������: O. m  lueuoiUK nt. at a p 11 plnnted  about oue  mile nortli and 40 clinins east of Uie -S. E.  coruer of Socion 4. T.>wuidiip 6,  thenc*-  uitiIi 80oLuiii*, tbence r.-ts*: 80 uhuirp,  ��������� tlionce ������onth 80 cltnin*.   t'lonco vrc������t Si)  obainx toplnoeo1 con.menceumut, couttiu  i������K 040 acrott, tu>r������ < r Una.  Scribed <������n pot P,ML*������ S.W. corner.  EndoraMak Lekkos,  D,������nCLik, AgMt.  Dated December llth, 1910.  ^a  6  B  0  ���������f  >  fl  o  e  88* i  <*a 1  >-t>i*   3  5 ������<������  SO ft  iss  - 5 2T  S : i*?  53    tt  ti  1 6 S  a *i at  . ������>  *i  fi  mt   \Z  tu V  ��������� I  m-t      >-  5   o  5.2  I)       m  ���������5 9  ii  ������������������������   2  ���������>   *  ������ ���������?  fft f  ?   u>  ti f n  jj ,e ������<  K   ���������*. ������  *    I -.  I m  *G   '���������" li  .sad,  "5.K '-Z*  = a 5  m .  S. 2  sa  ������  u  a  it  3  s  *a  *!>  x  a  I?  ���������8  tt  a  O  o  NOTICE  Any person or parson*, cutting,  romoviiig or taking any lilocke,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  jalonging to tlio Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land  of tlie suid Company, will 1������������ prosecuted to tlie full extent of the law.  AV. )i. COirLSON,  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  ao  w  I I.I.IJWUJL  ^M&DEHCAHAB&W  (.  T3U_K_____lU  |      THE KINO  " THAT PLEASES  THE PEOPLE    I  ,wy 12. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.  :  'fi/l    ' .'Toronto, Ont.- '   ''lY^  ......j :*.-j-������iiV.>.������������,��������������� Ai ���������i&K.jfMmitir-i'^Si&.ii.wijv.s  Tlie Courtenay Hotel  Every conveniens for guests.  Tho Oential Hotel for Bporteraon  None but the Host of Winusand, Liquon  at the liar.  HATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  ���������M������<M.lt������W<H������������l������.|i.lUf���������������W������MM������liMliHI,.l������l]l|������  NOTIOB TO THE I'UHLIC.  Ilnvinu bnlH ������ lar*-o vriiiolionuo ninl mill  a'. (7onrLenay, 1 will in fir uro keep on  li>ih<l a Block of nil ���������klnoV of Uny, flr.iln,  nntl Vuctl at lowest naitrlict rrttos, A  HIMJolnlly will lw roiulo of roller cmul-wl  foi-tl for'liowMwliioli vlll mn'tt* ft H-tviiif,'  of mio tliirii In the eo*ti of ft>otl, Onloro  Riven tlio toiimnttr or l������y phono will bo  promptly lllloH. Tlmnltln-f you for yoiir  patr>niii(u In tho pimt nntl (tolloliitiK u oon  tiniitnuoof tin* nnmo on brouler lino*, I  bt'u to re'-'iiln  Vonmioeoinniiiiuli  BYRON CRAWPOKD.  KOTKJE.  Rid i up on I nco mo lives and rail  ���������*i������.v cjir������ of trie Union Colliery  C?<*!iipany l>y nny peruon'jr )t������;r-  ���������������.������iiu���������except inincrow���������ii.strictly'  erolt;uited. Enipioyeen to 3itb-  ���������'C to i.ixmiMjhl for allowing;  minV  Uv order V  W. L.  COULSON,  General Manager.  CH TARBELL  >^iwwwwwp������*wm������WTwiw)iij*i*i*i*ii*<ipii*ii  HiHGRMSTwis  And all KITCHEN   .UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  | FAIRFIELD |  lH STORE ���������if  % J. JACK,   r������oi\  W tarn am m \mtmi w.wwnw fm  5| A Fine Assortment of ^  A) the Choicest Candies, xp  4-     Fruits and Tobacco *>  $ Vancouver Ice Cream. ?t������  ������ l)un������m\iir Ave.   Cumberland <���������)>.  ���������niirmirin 11 111 m, imi s mmi������ ������������������m mmmu ix__-_  UNION S, S. CO., of B.C. Ltd  VV������ok-onil nervine  hotweou Vnnonuvor,  Nnnni'iio, Union, Comox, by tho  Btuttl Olydo built twin *omw  ntoiim������r "COWIUIIAN"  Hiiilltiflf nn undoi'���������  Lonvoa Vancotsvor, Sntnrdnv fl \. ni  Aiilvcu Nsiniiimo, fjiilun'ny la p m  ArHvrm Union, Huntliiy if n in  Arrlvtm Coniox-,  huntliiy 8 a ni  HoniroiiiR:���������  Lmvw Comox. "tindiiy 4pm  LeivoH Unio.i Huntliiy fi p m  Arrive* Ni.iuiuio, Siimlny 11 p m  Airi������"fl VoDcoiivor Moinluy 7 n m  HliiW" lenveii Union f<������r Cnuibpilnn'1 t^v-  ���������ry Bunilny moniing on arrival of "COW-  10I1AN}" mul leuvt-n Oumcerliii.tl Hotol  kt 1 pm, eonnccliiitf witb ittnui tt  Union,  ���������  Dealer itt  ALL KINDS OF  Fruit, Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco.  Hon ova IMock,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.     v  RUPBUT LAND DISTRICT  District ol Rupert  TAKE notice that Gardiner Alexander Bradv Spencer of Alameda  Oal,, ocenpnrion plumber, intends  to apply for permiH-non to purchase  tbe follbwintr deecribed landh:���������  OotnmAucing at a post planted  ftl'out 30 chains weat of the eouth  east corner of Section 24, Township  21, thenco west 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thenee east 80  cluiiii-?. ihence north lohoutb ?ooie  of Wolf Lake, thence westerly alone  south f<hore to we^r end of lake,  Ihence ea������t along north chore about  40 ehain'p, thence norlh to place of  commencement, oontuining 400  acres moreorlefa.  Scribed on pos:, G A B.S.'������ N.E.  corner.  Gardner Albxanpeb Bkady  Spencer.  Dim Clark. Agent  Dated De-ember 14th, 1910.  IIUPBRT LAND DIHTRIOT  District of Rn]>ert  TAKK  ������"OriCB    thnt  Artolnide  Estor  Cark    Br������.wu,   of    Brookfieid,   N.   Y..  mnrriitl wonma. intend-* tn spply f*r permission tn pnrchuae tbe follows! (; deiril-  ������<1 liijuls:���������Conimenotng ������t a i*o������t pUntt-d  At louthurect cortarof Section  IV, Tonn-  chipO then.-e north   80 chnin���������������   tli^uct  eattSOcliaw*,   thence   so-uth   80  chaini*,  tht net went 80 c'leifli tn placo of comouiu-  luent 0'inUining GtO aoret tn^re or ft*a.  Soridetl on post A.G.C.B't S.W. cor  AllEI.AtOR KtiTEll O'LAItK BnOW.V.  Dn'od D'cen.bor 19th. 11110.  RUPBitT" LAND DISTRICT"  Dis'iictof Kupt-rt  TAKE notiee that BeitrrmJsmei*'  Tuel>er .s{ Vhkchivit, b. C. occu*  pation ������ipre������*<* Man-iger intends to  to app.yior puim'^inn to purciiaw  ihe / il i'w itj- de.-erH-t'd IniiiU;���������  Coihiueit'ci. ji nt u pc*������t planted  about llOvh f.iiu w������*b of ih.< i������ uih  etiwt come oi .Section 'M, Toft-n-  *shi{t21, ibe cu \u**<, SO chaini-*,  tkiijjceyou-h 80 eltaine, tl f-nce e������st  80 clIitilM:, tlitiiee t.orth 80 chuifiS  io jj.oco . f c tiiiTifnceiueiit, con-  tainiii{; K40^utei< iiu>:e or 1.5-h.>  SCiilit-.i ��������� r- ,o>i X-JJ Vi> X.l*.' cor,  JiETnTRAU Jamks Ta-keh,  Dated Dfctmlier l^tl,, 1910.  ft  RUPERT LaNIi DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notire that John Henry  Kerrinnli Rich'irdaon, ������>f Vancou"  ver, B. C, occupation S'.eainbont  Steward, intends to apply for per-  fi)isS*5ion to purchase tho following  (depcrilied lands:--Commencing nt  a poet planted about 40 clinins  north ot the -southwest corner of  Section 3, Township 21, ihence wetst  80 chajoK, thence south 80 chnini',  thence east, 80 chain**!, thenre norfii  80 chainJ. lo plnce of romntfnee  ment '-ordaining 640 acres more o-  lt*������Sr ~ =   J. H. K. R'8 N E corner.  John Henry Kkkmnsii Richardson.  Dan Clark, A'^ent.  Dwted December 16th, 1910.  ������S>������ ������������������������������������������������ ���������������.  HUPEKT LAND DISTHICT  Diatriot of Rupert  TAKE NO HUE tbat James llratULaw.  ot Emtio! ia, FloritU, unrpuuter,  iuujuiB  tu upply for ptrniisniou tsi -jurcliflsc Iho  follovviug de3cnbea lnui's:���������t'oiutntucmi;  itt a pont pluui������tl 2 niilest wt<������c of tho N.E,  uuruer ot .Sooiis u '24, township 20,' flitnce  nisrlh40 clisiuH, tli'iuto   wnst 80 chai* b,  tin noo hoii'Ii i0 oliuins,   tlienuo ot*-t 80  cliauio tn plaoo <if uiiiiiiiitiiL'c-meiit, oon-  taitii'i-r 'A'J.0  no rep ukto or lean,  Scribud oo poHt J li'a &.K, cm-tur,  Jamkh Bhauhhaw,  Uim Clu-lt, agont.  Dnted Decemb������r lOtli, 1010,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Richmond  Charles Bim of Vancouver, B. C,  Brok* r intends) to apply for per  inwion to purchase the following  de?cnbed landi<:���������Commencing at  a popt planted nt i post between  gerti'tn 18k, Town*hip 9, and Section J 3, Township 20, tlience weet 40  chuim?, tbence pouth 40 chaini?,  tht-ncfc west 40 chaini;, ihence eouth  80 cliainn; thenre east 40 ciinin**,  th^nto north 40 chainp, iheuc- eaot  40 cha ink, thence north 80 chain? to  pmce of comment*-en.ent, coniaiuing  640 ncr**s more or Job-*:  Scriltod on post HC13V N E cor.  , Richmond Cha KM*:? Hiss.  Dan Clnrk, a^ent.  Dated December 19i1j. 1910.  ���������ja**:  i :*  a ill.  RUPURT LAND DISTRICT  District of Hupert  TAKE  noiice   ;hal   Mu:  Leitch t.f Voncouvri,  15 '*:  patinji Sakflady, iutendp **>'��������� ���������,,,..  for permieiioi: k> purv-har*- tt t   :-*  lowing d������������crrSMi i.:i-.un:  ���������  C-iinirie:icii*:������ at a pop! }Jar.;t*,;  at the f.'***rtii <-'?.(������������������( conit r ���������'���������f Hecion  34, Townui.i,, '20. thence we-^t 8'"1*  chains?, 'thence pomh 80 chair.*,  thence east. .SO i*hai::������, t hunce north  80 chaisiss to pi:ice oi commencement, containing (540 acres, more  or lew*.  Scribed on post, M.L.'n N. E. cor.  '   Marguerite leitchi  Dun. Clark, Agent.  Dated Decembor ltJih, 1910.  RUPISRTLAND   DISTRICT  District of Ruqert  TAKE notice that Delia Brook*,  of   Vancouver.    B.    C,   Married  woman,'intend* to apply  fur permission to purchase  the following  deHcribed lands:���������Commencing at  pi<sL plained nt the   northwest cor  inr of  Spction    30,  Township  9.  ihence unbt SO.chaine, thence wouth  SO cliaiiitt, ttien-ce  weet M) chain������,  theuce tiorthSO chains to-plaoe-of  eom.aencement    containing    640  acres more or lees  Scribed on Post J). B'- N: W  cor.  Dki.t.a Brook-**!,  Dan Clark, Ageut.  Dated December 17th, 1910.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR KI1IST.CLABH  CANDY, FfUJlTH,  CJKJAIIH A TOftACCOH  I-iO'l'lCK itt liuifby gut a iimt on tlm tint  tl.',V ft Vwtiiiibir tu\i .vp-iliw'aCiim VrilJ li������  nittiltt to Hit* Siipurliittiiitlfiit of Provincial  Politie. Victoria, (or thu rsnowiil ol tint ho������  till HcHimu to aril litpiont by rnlnil in thti  hottil Icmnvii Hsu tin** T.irt Aup(u������t* \x\\*\, nit  imttsil nt Ooinoy, M,C, J. U ||(ti,.wi*,i,  Dated Oetobor 11, 1010.  __*.___..___._. .���������.,. ..,   . _____*__________._.._. f..^ _._ ���������| ��������� | tmmm lw> m, mm mi | m | w |H  NOTIOB U litroby given tlniton theflrkt  diy nf IWiiiW noxt ipplieiitlnii will 1������  niftdlt tn (lis- Kup������rint<ntlcttt til Prtivii.ci������l  l-olioo, Viofoiift, furtlm renowtl of tho lio-  Ul li.tniitu to null liijuort by rnuil in tlie  liotcl known u thoLorui hotfl, litnnted at  Com it. l\,o 1.011V.UC8 M C;,!rr������.  D������t������i' October 11, 10IO,  RUPBUT LAND DISTRICT  District nf Rupert.  TAKK NOTICE tli������t Oiwilee JutlBon  Miner, cf *U������ne������ei>Y N.V., iotir������tl tann-  ti-, iniondfl to apply for pttrimnHioii to  puioliiiiO tiiu follosvini; cImi-c-*.ibent lamb;  CjiuiiOicii.fj ui a post pluntoil 2 uiium  weflt.oi tint S W ooruor of Section Iil, T.iwn  t-iiipSt), thenco m.rti 80 cbni'S, tbouue  ctiHt 8t> diiniH tbenoo Huuib 80 ohiiino,  tbouuu went 80 oliitinu, tn place of cjiiiiii*  o ���������.'tinitnt, o.-intniuintr OW toroit, moro <ir  ltMt. ClIAUMtt! JlIIWON MlNKIt  8-;r,b.iiJ ou pont CIM'tt SV\' o mier  Dtn CIhi'k, Afient.  DnifilDcmbor 11)������hi I IHU  KUPJHITLANDDIHTHIOT  Di������trit.*t nf Hn-Jii't.  TAKE NOTICK thut O������or������o CirttiH Lv  roonno'Mlllwr, of >'iiiieitu\* r, U.0��������� in������ili~  nniciilon.ini'or,iiito"ilH to npply for p-crmm  uiim to pinohiiHO tho fssllotvi tf-knorihoil  liindu:���������(Jon inmol t������'nr, n ji i������l|������l*inful ono  unlti miiti, ol tin) urlli - i'Ht cm nor af Suit-  inn IH, Tovtiniiip IV tliontie fiitt 80 nlinin������,  iliO'iconor li 40 tj||i,iun, tho c*o wtjtHt)  cliiiliiH, thonco r,nmli *l(.l i'h,Iim to plum*  nl uouiiiioiicenidit, co.iliuiiii'i,' IJ'Jl) -.oitif,  ino e or Ioh .  ijorihetl oi pnHfcC'Ol.M'n HW unrbir.  UiioniiicCiuTi.'H l.AH'H'gi'i'* Mn.i.rn,  JJtn Oiarl., .\*j*flnt,  Diituil l)u,oinl)cr20ili, 10U>_ [   ttUPBHT LAND DIWTU10T,  DiBtrict ot Rupert,  TAKB notice tlmt Hurry Pulton  Arnhibtild nf Vntifnnv������������r. U C t on.  ti'.noftr, intentlf tn nj.ply f-t^r jsi-nnln  uinn io purcltiifio llio foilowln-i; de  ���������foribed Innde;���������Cotuiuiii.cing nt a  post plitinuil 4 chninH north nf IC M  I r\An)>.*','  .,-',,,. X,,,.. ti     .. ,.       ,1     i  '���������-������������������    >v>l.slS,W.V     V^.Sitl,       vt.v,..-',  north 40,chninH, thence  went  40  clm'np,  thonco  Bnmh   40 chnlm,  tlionce enct *I0 ehuina to   plate  of  ooinmenromcn*.    conttiining    IBO  pert'?, mor or U-ma.  Scribed on pnt H.P.A.'sB K cor  Hahry PATrKN Anrinn.vj.n,  Dim Chik, flftut,  Dutod Doj  llth, 1010,  ItUPEKT LiMiD DlSfltlCf  DiHtriot of Rupert.  TAKE NOTIUK tbnt  Klwunl  Djke,  of ,l-Sjugl>aH>ton. HY. io. cl.iuao,in'<.*, dn to  apply, i'or pcrminulou to pu/oliwe tho fol-  lowinj} dusorilied lundf*:���������Cs���������ininuuciuiiK <**  iipiHtplinctd 2   niiloit    wt-nt    ot    thu  South eimt ooini'i* of S Osk'ii 2., Tnwnhhip  20, ih onoo we t b0 cnum-*,   rU>-nou    boutl)  HO chili no,  tltetico emt 80  ohftim, t;itu������ti  north 80 ch.'itie tophcti <ifoiiiiitnoi>3uuuiiit,  uuntuiuin^ (MOaers'H, inoru or l������8t.  tJuribetl on pout ED'h N.K, corner.  KUWAKI) Dvkk,  'Dim'Clark, Ajent.  Dnted Dereailmr I9lh, 1010.  ^~7lUl������ltFLAND 1481 Rid*  Dibit lot of Itupurt,  TAKE NOTICIC lli������t.Thomai Prc*tl������riclt  Tnitkor, t5t Viincoiiver, U.C., lelOKtaph  opentor, int'iiitln to upply for pe<iui������������  Riuti to LiirohiiHO tue fsJliowing dtBoribotl  IiukIh:���������Cnniiuoncing itt n |>o������t pNutod ut  the north wo*t ouruot* <<f S o lou 18, l'o*n  vliip 0, thoiit-o Hi'uth 80 cbuinn, tttnui.*  I'lmt HO v\i inn, thenoe uor'li 80 chain**,  t hut.co womI 80 chiiinn to p ncutf oim,-  uiosit!0iii(������nt, ootituiiiiig (UU nuroB, moro  or Ii'ivh,  Scribed on p-ti-t 'i KP'r N.W e*rnor.  TlIOMAH VllKIIKIUCK J'A8KKIt,  l),tn Olatk, Aaont,  Dttetl Dicninbttr 1l)tli, HMO  Mk'g Cotton Root Compound  Vivi moat Utorlre Tonle, mul  mily unto aifiivntol Monthly  Itosmlatoron whtch woiiidd cmi  twpentl, ti'M In thr������*������ itrgrtm  or tstrt'tt/rth-No, 1, $t; No, )L  10 dt^rr-i t*H at*������jncor. #a j Jde.%  _ _, Koe immplilotv A'd������lre������ijir~fiii|  fi������M4fM������MtlltlO..TonaHro.t5������IT. iturwak/Wiiiaivn  1  0  0,  .  It  y  ������  <  O  O  cu  sz  CO  no  c  a  00  * ama  Ui  ������ ^aW I*)  arm  \  IL  ml  C  y  0  u  tn  r  Of)  <  s^PHMH^  tf,  tf)  c  "E  S  ***4  _<  U  (V     ������  Q-mt       [Jmi  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  DiBtrict o? Rupt;rt  TAKE nn.'ice that Edra Fibber-  Spencer of Alsrucfln, Cal., married  wiiman. intends to apply for per-  roijBion to ptirthaee the following  dencrii'Ptl l.-ittr!?:���������  Coirrrionring at a pout pb*in������e<l  at the rooth w������*.������t corner of Serf ion  2 Town-hip 21, thenre east 80  chains, thenoe , north 80, chain*,  thence wesv 80 chaini", thence fouth  80 chain? lo pi a re of commencement, containing 040 acres more or-  lens:  Scribed nn p(wa EF.F.'pS W.cor.  2l>KA  FlSUEIt SpFNCEB  Dim Clm-k. Agent.  Dated Deeemhar 16th, 1910.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  .Diptric>>-of Rupt-rt.  TAKE notio* that HaiJeo Aehby  of-VancouvervR;G-rroarrie.'l wornan'-  iutendK to apjtly inr pmni-pion   to  purchase tbe   followir.f*  tle-cribed  'lmid������:~ '  CommenciriR at a post p].inie/l  a' the tfOiuh en*'- corner of Pectkn  3, Township 21. thence noeth 30  chain*?, thence wept SO ciniirm,  thenoee south 80 chains, thenre  c.'ist 80 .chain*, tsi placo of ci<m  menciiment, con uining 640 acreB  more or leps'  Hcrihed on pout. II. A.V S.E. cor.  II.AIt-KK Afhby  D������i, Clnrk, Agent.  Dtted Decemher JOtli. 1910.  Itl/PBRT LAND DISTRICT  Diutrii-t of ltmiort.  , TAKE NOTICE thnt Liilbu Sbeppnrd.  of \ unooUT<-r, B.C.. (narriud wouinn iu-  t������utli< to at'ply, for p-.-rmitfsti***3 to pt!r'*ha*io  iho fnllowiiiK cl-iwribod lands;���������Cs'iumcn  fsitiR  nt a t.o.i plant *<i s<t Ihfc "tH'Mb . ������;������t*t  cnur of B'-o'ion ii, lowoiihip 'JI, th*-iio������  tiorth H(l chwiin*".'  tbence wt*������t 80 olifiicp,  thenc*} Hou*h 80 ohuin,*,   :beinvt i*������int R0  obsifn? t<> plnco of <*otni*nuieiic..ni'*-i.t, cw*.  tais ii)^ itiiiu.ro*, iti"i>'ir ii'tof.  Sc--.'ottloupi-8- IA'������ *i,Vi oi.T'.i-i'-  .-  L.l-ua'.i iny'ii-.x'i'V  Dar, ri.il:. A,,'t-t.  P.-ittd December I3.b, l,A  rupert urti)viisri<i\*:;  Difctrict sit Riipii:**,  TAK13 NOIiOBtliu*. V/iiiiuirt'-CiUrmin  Slieppnnl, ' f - Vniirouvtjr, U. C-, <JV'<-*  inel issitker, iutood*' t������ .tjijily fc-r ptsn.-.i.i.  hion ti pmo'iHfli 1-ho foPoAiiifl; ci'-si* 'fid  Uiuls*: Ooiniiioncith: .ua p -m. pi ii-*'���������������������������<) "n**  in Ilu wai. s,i'tli" s-'outlitsjiit ossnifr rf ,"���������"������������������  tionCi,, To������-n*bjp 21, Ihorstw worlb Hi  cb'iisH, tlitsrsfo v-s'tit ������0 ob.'iijis, tbtnco  ���������otithfifiolmi h, tlniicrt oiut 80 4;*inn t������v  pbti-i* of coimiuiicoDieut, ooiit,iiniiig 610  noriv, more <.r oh,  Hcribodfl-i psssl-W'W'.S'fl S tt. tn-nm.  Wiu.iaw W\pm in SitrrtAj-p,  Dim Ciiui,, Ag������i\t,  Uat-tl roov-wher 13th, JD10.  RLM'j-i-1.! MN:>n*.vrnicT  Dinttttt of V.iiven,  TAKK NOTICE shut William Kood-  rial* T������������kiir. of-V������ocnuv������'r Jt.O, mmiut������',������iir  ar* iiyoiit, indn flu t*> npply to ��������� t>*rmi n-ni  lo ]iuri'hn*f ilw fs'll.-wi* k tli������oiilwl bind i  t.'o niM'ooii 2, nt _ pmt nlontoi ohonj j  milo mtit of tin* uonhwtM cornrr of H*-.--  ti'-n in, T'tw������������ ip9, ������������������ii-nt,tu-������������tW>cb.iin������  t * nics* Hollth 80 'Imi , thenc wt**t fid  clinin', hutc noi li 60 ib*i n fsplMnuif  \.*umnii*roinntiit,   cm tniniiitf  C40   ucrH,  liiort' in- I0M.  Rfri <*.i���������'in pn<t w KT> N.W, ot-rucr,,  ^ T���������l.l,xH HtftiUiuLh '1'Aaattii  Put ri*rlc, AkOl't.  0nt".in<oi������b������rl0h, in 10.  KUPKRTlANDnwrWOl'  l������n������tHot<( It ii. art  TAKKNOHCK  (hut  buhelU Monk.  lout,    nf   v������usjs.ivf<r,  n, r,     t\,.*  ol>U, intern!**1 tn nvily f^r pTm-������.*aiori to  i.iirolinK������ .In* tVtl.ow i,j  **s< ib tl i������'d*i���������  (/���������sii.rnilioiin/ ht i pM. pUiinsi' ii   In    , ,,  *vp������. it'-nt-r cf v'it  it s'tf*. Tiis.'.* -,:.'p 'in.  th������ o������unlit*! 80 r nilln   Ibo vo o it  HO**  ������!i ir.i, tn t.o*   ijnitn rt������i t'lmtiiM,  tlvrn'is  'imii Htv.h I ������. i' , luw of   comni"t!CO"  in������������ i  m. fnl ii I nf; i'i .bots> uinmo. low*  Hsiih il o,i n ct   .M'n *! >V. ������,������n ������r.  f*A\m.iA MoM'iiotatf,  Dim ������ lhik, Am, t.  D t������"l f).c������'<������.h-r PUb,   ll������IO  ������l''l*HwW'^'44''l'4f-f'*f,*l*H*f-l**H*'ft ���������'..-������������������#���������������������������  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  In Dread  of  Piles  Many Believe That Nothing Short of  the Surgeon's Knife Will Effect  Cure.   They Do Not Know  Dr. Chase's Ointment.  The  agony  caused  by  the  intense  SHIP WITH A HISTORY.  TO HAVE GREAT PARK  j BRITISH COLUMBIA PLANS HUQE-J  PUBLIC PLAYGROUND.  The Old Pandora Is Now to Become!  y-.'jt Yacht.' '  "A fine ��������� shipi-. for   buccariff'ne  or] j  for   missionary   work."     With   this  comment Mr. T.  W.-'Tamplin introduced   the Pandora to  the notice  of  a select company   nt the   Baltic Ex-lj During the Past Summer Hon  change ^ale-room recently.   The auction particulars spoke of her as an  itching, the depressing and debility*- ,jwiv .������barkent[ne.._do.,btwa the,  ing effect on the -system,   tho-  drendj ������g������J^smIhS? <louhtl������,������ tne!  lest   a   surgical   operation   might   be j 9omn speuing-  necossary���������these are the things which  make piles or hemorrhoids so distressing  The doctors have been recommending surgical' operations l's tba only  cure. But the. surgical operation with  all its dangers and expense and pnin,  does not usually effect a lasting cure.  Mnnv a ease hns been cured by Dr,  Chase's Ointment after the surgical  operation luul failed. Here is a case  which doctors gave up.  Mr. ,1. Mawer, Roden, Mnn., writes:  "Dr. Chase's Ointment i.s a wonderful,  preparation! * I had itching piles for  over six years, and though I tried  two doctors' proscriptions and used  nianv other preparations, could not  obtain much benefit: Thn doctor told  me tliere was no cure for mei and that  I would have to undergo an operation.  "I bought a box of Dr, Chase's  Ointment and was completely cured  in one week. As this was six months  ago and there has hcen no return of  the old trouble, I believe that the  cure is a permanent one."  One thing certain, Dr. Chase's Ointment will bring you relief from the  dreadful itching and burning almost  as soon as applied.  To make the cure thorough and lasting it is only necessary for you to  keep up the treatment regularly and  persistently. Don't be satisfied with  relief. Dr. Chase's Ointment will  cure completely if you will do your  part. GO cents a box, at all dealers,  or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  and told something,  but not a tithe, of her history! ;  "The Pandora was built in the royal  dockyard at Pembroke as far bnck as  1867, By the" ^calendar she should  have been scrapned long since. But  being built of oak arid teak, fastened  with copper fit for coining, and  sheathed with yellow metal she has  resisted the forces of decay, the  fierce buffetings of the sea, and the  Price  Ellison Has Been Exploring a  Tract ot Land In the Heart of  Vancouver Island for a Provincial  Reserve ��������� Crown Mountain Will  Be Its Chief Glory.  A new public play  ,'-ground, , comprising  and   pleasure-  approximately  three hundred square   miles  of   the  wildest and most majestic mountain,  lake and   river   scenery   in Canada,  _. _ ,_._   has just been set apart for the use  persistent sawing   and ' squeezing of! j ������nd ^benefit * of -.future ��������� generations by  Arctic ice. -i*v-. ,>_:*:.i. n.i.....,.,.  r. ,  Huggs���������"What time is it?"  Muggs���������"I do'n't'know."  Huggs���������"Isn't your watch going?'  Muggs���������"Worse, it's gone!"  '  SMoMGun  ���������nlokiy steps coughs, cures colds, heals  throat and   Innga.  25 centa.  Every boy has a chance to make a  name for himself���������if his father isn't  too rich. ���������������������������.., ���������  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget   in  Cows.  Many a man who puts his money in  a mine comes out minus.  Insomnia usually troubles tlie wife  of a man who talks in his sleep.  Would Not be Without   Baby's Own-Tablets  Mothers having once used Baby's  Own Tablets ,for their little ones  would not. be without them. These  Tablets ore a never failing remedy  or the little ills such as constipation, colic, worms, colds, etc., that  afflict so many little ones. And then,  too, they can he given with absolute  safety to,the youngest child for they  are sold under the guarantee,��������� of a  Government analyst to contain no  opiate or other harmful drug. Concerning them Mrs. Chas, Wliatley,  Peterboro, Ont., writes: "I have  used Baby's Own Tablets for my little girl nnd have found, them to be  of great value. Others to whom I  have recommended the Tablets,say  they would not he, without them."  Sold by medicine, dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont,  The Pandora   was   launched   as   a  gunboat, and,was known for a while  as the Newport.    She is just under  150 feet   in   length,   and her   jrrossl  measurement   is 339 tons.    She   wast  present at the opening of the Suesl  Canal,    being    then    a    brand-now,  swagger little   ship.   Iti was   as  thei|  Pandora that she was destined to bej  subsequently   known   almost  all   the|*  world over in the capacity of jwi ex-]i  ploration ship, or as a vessel engaged!  in long and sometimes unusual yacht-;  ing cruises.    Once more   this   tickle!  craft   changed   her   name.     Captainl  Wiggins   called   her  the. ���������lVt"yv*'**nil  when he employed her in the famous;  voyages to   the   Kara( Sea,   and,, tha,  rivers  of   Northern   Siberia.    But  it|  was as the Pandora that she at ������n|  earlier   period   explored   the   Arctic,:  and shed   fame , on Sir Allen Young;  and bis gallant comrades.   Three or  four ivoyages, it is said, she made to*  the Ptilar seas.   On one occasion she!  was lifted 9 feet above the ice, but  slv cm down attain unharmed.  It was the Pandora which surveyed the Straits of Magellan, and thus  made avnilnhle for a huge fleet cf  modem steamers tbis short cut from  Atlantic to Pacific. When in later  years she was used as a yacht =he  numbered among her owners.Mr. Andrew Coats, of Paisley, Scotland. Still:  later she was acquired by Mr, T.i  ��������� Cnradoc Kerry, and made an expedi->  tion to the lonely isle of Tristan <tt\  'Cunhn. With it all she was rrcently  declared to be as good ns "ver she  was by a Scottish shi'ibuilder whoi  surveyed her. Somebody with an eya1  on her copper fastenings is ���������oni***' to  have offered $15,000 for her for breaking-tip purposes, but this proved to*  be the startinc-nrice at the auction,  and she was ultimately knocked down,  for,$20,000 to Mr. Buckley. It is reported that she will be em "loved aa  a yacht, Evidently the Pandora's*  career is hot?ended,' and perhaps the  world may yet hear of her as earning  fresh laurels. She can do eight-*'*' -���������.���������3  under steam___and eleven if the uiy  ~bbuglit"Wind~i3"-alsp pressed"lnto"ber  service. " v  A man's table manners may depend  on the layout before him.  It, isn't half ns hard to huy a man  ns it is to keep him bought.  Mothers can onsiiy know when their  children are troubled with worms, nnd  they lose no time in applying the best  of remedies���������Mother Graven' Worm  Exterminator,  Never judge a man's fondness for  cabbage by the cigars he gives,you.  Who Knows London? 0   '  Scotland Yard, is in.a fajr -way to  It doesn't break into   the   Nonndnl  class until it becomes talked about,  OLD PROSPECTOR  TELLSJS STORY  HIS   REAL   TROUBLES   STARTED  WHEN  RHEUMATISM  GOT HIM  Plasters, Ointments nnd Sulphur wero  Alike   Useless,   but   Dodd's  Kidney  Pill* Mado a Now Mnn of Him.  Princeton, B.C, (Special).--All over  Canada people 11 m telling of tlu* grout  work Dodd's Kidney Pills are- doing,  nnd even in the Iloeky mountain fnst-  jK-Kiieb where nature hide* her iiiim*-*,  men nre telling of cures made nnd  suffering relieved by the great Ciinii-  dinn Kidney remedy, Wm. Murray,  sixty-years old, who has trnmpoil  tho frontier as a lumber jack, rancher, prospector, miner, hunter and  trapper, und who has friends all over  n    ' 1      ��������� r    it ������',������������������.���������  ��������� nir* of hnrduhtp and dtuwr bu can  tell, but his first real trouble oiiuiit  ���������when rhcutiiiitimii dunned him,  "I slipped tin the ino'inlainniilo nnd  si rained my kidney-*, anil then my  troubles nil seemed tn -hei, in al, otiee,  T   I,.,,} -li-    nil       IX,���������      ��������� ���������.,������nl,,.n -      ,-f  I,umbai.'o, Sciatica,    Neuralgia,    Din-  heteg, lirop-ty, imd Ili-iglit,'n DiteaHt*,"  Mr. Murray Htntci*,  "Then I broke out in 11 terrible rash  making itself supremely "ridiculous  over the manner in which it ouestinns  applicants for licenses to drive taxi-  cabs. Here, for instance, are a few,  enquiries that it is,vouched for hnve;  recently been addressed to these  mem  How would you take a frire from'the  Microscopical Society offices to the  headquarters of tho' Toxophilite Society, giving the names of streets, etc.,  0:1 the quickest route?  Similarly from the -German .Hospital to-the Italian 'Hospital? ���������"'*..  From Huston Square Station (Gowor  street) to the Cafe Royal?  From Holford Square to Lloyd  Square? (next door.)  From tho Caledonian Club to  Queen's Club?  From tho Notional Libera! Club to  the Cobdon Club? (which bus moved  its nddross/several times lately.)  From tho Zoological Gardens to Pad-  di net-on Recreation Ground?  From Campden Hill Square to  Wostmin.sl.er Club? (a raro name for  St. Stephen's Club.)  From   Westminster   Abbey   to   the  Collegiate Church of St, Peter, West-  ,minster? (one nnd the samo place.)  No wonder that tho cab conij unic-*-  p-s- complaining of tho ftnrdty of  qualified drivers I  All About It.  To npprceintc fully this scrnp of  dialogue quoted from London Punch  ono should see tho two odd characters engaged In it, Apparently . they  piirt.xl siitisllod, ono thnt, ho had imparted somo real information, tho othor that ha had rocoived some. Suid  one man:  "D'you rocolloo' old wot's 'I* namer  " Mm v.'ith tho collar?"  "Aye!"  "Wot nbaht 'lm?"  " '[>) 'nd to go down"���������jerk of tha  head���������"you know, Thoy givi* 'im wot  you cull it���������Uidn't art uil ll, I don't  think!"  "Kuolyl"  " 'Adn't you  'onrd. thcnP"  "I did 'ear Boiimllnli, but uo do-  tails, not aforo uow,"  England'! New������paptr Tax.  On June 15, IHi5, Kinjlitnd'* newspaper stamp duty was iiiiolnsliod, aud  thu reign of the cheap daily began.  This "tux on knowledge" was flr-si inputted in 171'.} and wan made mobt lever e by tho act of 1820, which lined  it ut tt' cunts a client, with d7 cent*  ,     , s I. , ��������� ��������� ft  WU������^ U,l KIVS, iim ������ *-������ ������������.-',, **<-. Ib. . Itii  Whii'" resluced thit duty to n penny in  1WW, but when tho Oriinonn war broke  out nnil every ono wanted tho uew������  uvcn a penny duty waa found to bo  intolerable. Uh ropuiil ih culled tl*o  Magna Churta ul the BritUh pre-aa.  th.*, British Columbia Government in  what is, to be known as the Provincial National Park Reserve, in the  heart of the Vancouver Island Alps.  The park surrounds- Buttle Lake,  unfiled after its discoverer, a California prospector of very early days,  who was the first to penetrate the  interior of Vancouver,, Island; and  constitutes a veritable wonderland of  mountain peaks and glaciers, tumultuous waterfalls, gem-like ; lakes and  sombre forests.  It had never been explored until  the present 'summer, when Hon.  Price Ellison, then Minister of Crown  Lands, in person ���������headed a party to  penetrate its fastnesses and incidentally to conquer hoary-headed Crown  Mountain, the monarch of the Island  Alps. The party was .. a remarkable  one in that it, included the daughter  of the Colonial Minister, Miss Myra  King Ellison, who, though but seventeen years of age and'girlishly slight,  succeeded in keeping pace with the  hardiest frontiersmen of the expedition, and insisted upon carrying her  own fifty-pound "pack" during the-  whole ascent of Crown Mountain,  which it was hor proud privilege to  christen in foaming wine'as'"Ellison*  Peak." Myra river, lake and falls,,  discovered in the course of the expedition's researches, are named in  honor of this dauntless little lady,  ��������� the first of her sex to have invaded  the maze of mountains found in the  Vancouver Island interior.  The special report of the expedition was laid before the Government  of British Columbia by Hon. Mr.  Ellison just prior to his departure for  England, where he is now visiting, it  being his first return to his^ native  land since he left it thirty-five years  ago, with the. determination' to build  up a fortune* in the new western  world. In this ambition he,has succeeded as well as he has in provincial politics, being rated yto-day  among British Columbia's millionaires, and the proprietor of one of  the largest and most admiredestates  in Western Canada. Retiring from.  the-administration-of-the-DepartTTierit'*-  of Public Lands, he became Minister  of Finance and Agriculture only u  few weeks ago.  At the meeting of Parliament at  Victoria, provision will be made* for  the construction of' roads arid trails  into the new Provincial Park, while  tain���������nlso that the maximum altitude of the Vancouver Island Alps,  will be found to considerably exceed  8,000 feet. The surveyors describe the  country generally as rougher, wilder  nnd more picturesque than anywhere  in the Selkirk?, where the mountains  tower to heights of 12,000 feet and  upwards.  Throughout tl*e new Provincial  Park signs of wapiti (Great American  Elk), of black bear, of wolves, and  of red deer were everywhere in evidence. A fair proportion of ptarmigan grouse and other feather gamo  is also reported; while every lake and  stream teems with trout. Mountain  goats, sheep and chamois are to be  introduced in the "park at a near date.  At no place were any signs of  aboriginal residence of , visitation  encountered, the interior of Vancouver Island in its northern reaches  having been shunned, from time immemorial by the native races, either  through superstitious fear of the  "���������'Massache Ikta"���������the Evil Spirit of  the red man���������or, a more practical explanation, because the Pacific Coast  Indian cares not to fare far from his  canoe, and has in him no germ of.the  enthusiasm of the mountaineer.  FOR  PINK EYE  DISTEMPER J  CATARRHAL ITVER  AND ALL NOSE  AND  THROAT DISEASES  Cures tho sick and acts as a preventative for others. Liquid Riven on  the tonmie. Safe for brood mures and all others. Best kidney romedy;  60 cents a bottlo; W.00 tlio dozen. Sold by all druRftlsts and harueaa  houws.   DlstrlbntorB-ALL WHOLESALE DltUQaiSTS.  SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. ChemiiU. Goihen, Ind., 0. S. A.  On Saying Grace ,1 The  Only  Requirement  I own that I am disposed to snV'   Hospital Physician���������Which ward do  grace upon twenty other occasions in you wish to be taken to?   A pay ward  the course of the'day besides my din- or a-���������    y   .'    '      .  ner.    I want a form of setting out     Moloney���������Iny of��������� thnn,  Doc, thots  upon a pleasant walk, for a moonlight safely for Redmond,  ramble, for a friendly meeting of a  solved problem:   Why have: we none  for books, those ��������� spiritual repasts���������a .���������  grace  before Milton,  a grace before  I Shakespeare,   a   devotional   exercise  proper to be said before reading the  Faerie' Queene?���������Charles Lamb.   ,.  A REMARKABLE COACH.  Harry Griffith Has a Genius for Getting Rugby Material.  If anyone will dispute the statement that the greatest athletic coach  in Canada is Mr. .Harry-Griffith, of  the 'Varsity Rugby team, no one  will, deny that, he is a remarkable  personality. Mr. G-riffith differs almost completely from the traditional  idea of a coach. As he wanders along  "the side-lines enveloped in his overcoat, he strikes the average-onlooker  as being slightly undersized, and his  manner is so unassertive that one  wonders how it ever becomes com-  manding. As a, matter of fact, he  Tioes no't pet-resulTs^by sliouling"~af   bGure  ���������uiokly *\eee ooufhs, aane eatoa. h������U������  2m tkraataad Inac*. ���������   ���������   ��������� ���������������������������������������������<*���������  "I tell vou I -must have some  money!" .'roared the King "of Mari-  tana,  who    \\'as��������� .in    sore    financial  within reach of all.  It isn't easy for a woman to look natural wheiv she is having her picture  taken., a " '.,  Corns   cripple  the   feet  and   make  walking a torture, yet sure relief in ,       the shape of Holloway's Corn* Cure* is I straits. "Somebody will have to cough  -���������   -   " up."  "Alas!" sighed tlie guardian of the  treasury, who was formerly the court  jester, "all our coffers are empty."  Minard's  Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  Everybody would like to be good if  there, was any cheerful company to  keep it in.  It's the natural bravery of a widow  that makes her want to take another  chance.  The Music Baton,  Musical bittotu wero drt-t used in  England about Vi'M, but it v.*. not  .,  , ,   ��������� ,   ,       1 1    ,, until  about twelve yean liitor that  that Hprend nil over rny hotlv nnd kep ; t}     b [m ,  mo  in  torturti,    I  tried  nil  Korl������ of 1 Tlirtll ��������� ���������������,���������,���������, W1,���������i,^,"t 1,,,  lininientH and ointineiits nnd took his 1-(  jilitir ciKiiig'n to *iiirt. 11 little IiiisIi-h of  my own.   liut it, was all no uni**,   Then  I tri-'tl Ihidd':-, Kiihiey  cnn say in tliey mad,  Hie."  Pill.', and all r  a new man of  W. N. U��������� No, 824  Then a German conductor by mln������  orm obtained hiicIi wonderful raanfU  from IiIh orchui-Jtra that other ii thought  there must be manic in this llttla  wand, and thoy woro quick to u**  one. Up to thii timo, aa indeed, mas  bo seen in many up to dato orch������itrsi,  tho time is kept by tho first violinist  , or tho man at th* Diana.  Canadian Northern surveyors are now  investigating the possibility of carry-  ng the railway to the new .wonderland in the immediate future.  .The investigations   made   by Hon.  Mr,  Ellison and his assistants have  disclosed many new and interesting  facts  in  connection   with   tho   little  known Vancouver Island Alps, one of  which is   that   there   exist,   in   all  probability, other and higher peaks  than Crown Mountain, in the vicinity of the Provincial Park, to tempt  the. skill, the daring and the endurance of   new generations   of   mountaineers;  while  another is that the  Park  boundaries  extend fully  seven  miles   further   northerly   than   had  beon supposed.   The park ia described by Col. W. ,J. H. Holmes, C.E.,  P.L.S., who made a careful triangu-  lation survey of Buttle Lake and the  surrounding areas,  as   "situnted   in  the shape of a right-angled triangle,  with its   north-westerly   apex   some  fow miles to the south of the fiftieth  parallel, nnd about 28 miles from the  east const of Vancouver Island,    It  then follows the boundary lino of tho  Esquimau and Nanaimo Railway reserve    for    forty-four    miles    southeasterly,   thonce   turning   dun   west  until met by a perpendicular dropped  from tho   north-western   apex.   This  enclosed urea contains   between   270  nnd .300 square miles of mountains,  glaciers,   lak"s   and   livers.    Ilultlo  Lako  itself is  eighteen  and  a  half  miles long, and (at a maximum) one  mile wide, its   shores  and   hillsides  covered with fir and cedar, gradually  giving     nlace     to     sharply-pointed  masses of rock towering to heights of  from 4,000 to 8,000 feet, covered   on  tlieir northern faces   wiih   perpetual  snows.   To the cast of the Lake, the  Albert Kdward and Alexandria ranges  dominate the scene."  "Thn view from Crown Mountain,"  snys Hon. Mr, Ellison's olllcial report, "is n'glorious ono of tho Victoria peaks dominating all the surrounding countrv. One of these,  King George Peak, rises for 3,000 foot  with sheer walls on all sides, and  tho wholo leaning over to Iho north nt  A surprising angle. To tho north-  Almost beneath���������fed hy tho living  snows of Crown Mountain, is nn unfathomable eriierald-groen lake entirely shut in on three sides by tlio  horseshoe conformation of Crown  Mountain, thl-s lako being thn snurco  01 Auiiiiis rivt*r, w������icii winds nway  io fht lifrfh tbrouyh u (ls-i(,-)j- j.*t-  dented forest, landscape, until It din-  appears behind 11 long range of mountains in the middle dihtiinec. In tlio  background, crowning thin range,  appear the ,������riow-ctivere<l mountains  to ilu* I'ldiM! \.-uiuiiiiiin niaiiilaiiii,  between Knight's and Jtute Inlet.  To tlio oast, through 11 gap between  Myra nnd Flanagan Mountains, a  long valley opens out, containing  lower Campbell Lake and tho sen-  board nround Capo Mudgo. To the  ennfh, (lie eye niff-H :i never-ending  Htiecension of peak* and glaciers  stretching lo the horlloii,"  There can be no doubt in the opinion of Hon. Mr. Klliion ami the pro-  fesulnnnl members of the party, that  Mount Fliiniigan has heretofore been  generally mistaken for Crown Moun������  I was cured of painful   Goitre   by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  BAYARD McMULLIN.  Chatham, Out.  I  was cured    of   Inflammation by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS. W. A. JOHNSON.  Walsh, Ont.  I was cured of Facial Neuralgia by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  J. II. BAILEY.  ���������Parkdale.-Onti   .Brag about a girl to her female  friends if you would, discover her  faults. '     -  his men, but goes about his- work  with quiet earnestness, studying the  team scientifically and adopting the  sahrie means of strengthening its  weak points. It speaks, volumes for  his bearing that, even after a. whole  season on the playing field as one "of  the boys, he is still "Mr. Griffith" to  all of them. The figure of Mr. Griffith will linger in the memories of  those who have seen him on the  side-Unes long after more conspicuous and noisy coaches are forgotten.  He invariably carries a cane, and his  Eipe is his constant companion. It  as been said that Mr. Griffith has  only one way of showing excitement ���������-.  ���������anybody watching him notices thnt  he is pulling hard and fast at his  little  smoker,  His success as a coach has been  almost abnormal, When he taught,  at Ridley College, the St. Catharines  preparatory school had the greatest"  team of its history, and when ho  came to Toronto ho began immediately to manufacture winning teams  nt the University. He has won the  Intercolleginto and Dominion championships, and this year annexed the  Yates Cup, accomplishing tho feat  for the first time in the history of  tlie Intercollegiate League. This  record is a triumph for brain and  personality. ,  During one of tho games at Rose-  dale this season, a representative of  an Eastern college was spanking of  , th'o wonderful showing of tho 'Varsity  tenrn. "You seem to hnvo struck a  regular mine of Rugby material," ho  said, "and judging from your new  players, it is not yet showing any  signs of running out,"  "Oh, it is not so much the material," snid a Toronto enthusiast, pointing to where Mr. Griffith wns puflitnp  his pipo on the side-lines, "the important thing is to have that littlo  man put liis stamp on it."  Their Favorite Songs.  Since such nn interest hns been  taken In tho mntter of n national  song, it has boon considered wise to  entor upon (ho subject of favorite  melodies with prominent Cnniidinns  and find nut their preference.   ���������  Sir Wilfrid Laurier declares his  fondness for nautical songs and never  tires of "A Life on tho Ocean Wave"  and "A Sailor's Life for Mc."  Mr, Henri Ilournssn, on the contrary, has no fondness for songs,of  the ocean anil prefers tho simple  melody of "My Country, 'Tis of  Tlice/  Mr. F, D. Monk has a liking for  the sentimental and is deeply affect-  , ,.    Ivj 1 ,,���������     \l.,l    I    I,...    ti. ,,,.,.1    .m,  the lady in the en������o beln**! that ancient damsel known hb tho Conservative Party.  Mr, R. L. Borden Is afflicted with  11 ffindness for gentle lyrics nnd prefers lullabies lo any other kind of  ,-nr.\*,)t, "J>"������?; V" i'i .q!-*r-" ?!';!!:.o.*"  is his favorite song.    !  Sir James Whitney scorns the  lighter lays nnd professes to indulge  in such outbursts as "Let Me Llko a  Soldier Fall," and "Hold tlie Fort."-  Courier,  More people would take cahnoes if  they could put them back in case they  didn't turn out right.  One way to remain happily married  is to cut out your relatives who are  afflicted with the butt-in habit.  Sudden transition from hot to cold  temperature, exposure to rain, sitting  in a draught, unseasonable substitution of light for heavy clothing, are  fruitful causes of colds and the resultant cough so perilous to persons qf  weak lungs. Among the. many medicines for bronchial disorders so aris-  .ingi_UiMaoaJionsTibetter,_than,BickleX-  ���������\nti-Consuniptivn Syrup. Try it and  become convinced.   Price 25 cents. ,  ;- '-Easier  Miss Smith���������Now, Madge, tell me,  which would you rather be���������pretty or  good ?  Madge (promptly)���������I would gather  be pretty, Miss Smith; I can easily  be good whenever I like to try.���������  Pivnrsh'  Vou Can Work Near a Window  in winter when you have a Perfection Oil Heater. It is a portable  radiator which can be moved to  any part of a room, or to any room  in a house.  When you have a  ^RFECTIO]  ^ Smokeum        '  n^^'iBi ^1 _\!  Abtaloteb molttUu taut oiorUtt  ���������* you do not have to work close to the  \ stove, which is usually far from the  window. You can work where you  wish, and be warm. You can work on  dull winter days in the full llcht near  the window, without being chilled to  the bone. s  The Perfection Oil Heater quickly  gives heat, and with one filling of the  font burns steadily for nine hours, without smoke or smell, An  indicator always shows the amount of oil In the font.. I ne nuer-  cap, put in like a cork in a bottle, is attached by a chain. This  heater has a cool handle and a damper top.  The Perfection Oil Heater has an atttonwMc-locWiHI  flame spreader, which prevents the wick from belna turned  high enough to smoke, and Is easy to remove and drop������ back,.so  the wick can be quickly cleaned. The burner body or gil ery  cannot become wedged and can be unscrewec^ lii an tenant for  rewlcklng. the Perfection 01 Heater f finished In Japan or  nickel, Is strong, durable, well-made, built for service, ana1 yet  light and ornamental.  Dtaltn Evttyufitrt. t/**l *l 9**^*i_**. ftj amWiyma t  vni.        t       fc ^# mam* *itacy of Ik*  Chopitleki.  When a China mnn filn rlco h#  places Ibo howl doso to tils )lp������ and,  giving tho cliopRtlcka a rotation move*  ment, ftcndi a menrly current of cm In  down bin caoplia-jui-.  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  Ws������ ������r������   avtty-Hfi.t* f*')Xb tb������   %Ui*,d4fJ t^J*.  P������p������r and M������tch������������ ar* our iptclaltlM.   Lit ui  kn������w .aur wtnU���������w������MI do the mi.  TheE.B.EddyCo.Ltd  HULL, CANADA  Ttta li PERaSI, LIMITED, Agonti. Wlnnlp������������,P������|j������rv, Edmonton,  T"������ * ranB" fj,,),,,, Fort wrilUm and Part Arthur. ,\  <H>  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  CHOOSINCanB  A WHITER    upon     physiognom'*  says: "In choosing acquaintance  or  friend,  look  lilm squarely- In  .the   eye.    If  he   have  a  shifty,  uneasy   or   sinister   look,   discard   all  thoug-hts of intimacy."  We may adapt and apply the bit of  sage advice to lhe subject now in hand.  In selecting your fish, look at the eyes.  If they are sunken, dull and glazed,- tlio ���������  chances are against his illness for  further acquaintanceship. If the gills  (which we may take as representatives  of the human handshake; are Hubby  and dejected and slightly viscid, scoro  another point ag-alnst him. Finally. If  the odor of the body be decidedly  "fishy." dismiss all ideas of purchase of  that partlQulai*__speclnien_ oi_the_- flnnv.  - trlbeT ~J""'" "*   "      "       '"  A lively correspondent in this number  of the Housemothers' Exchange tolls  us how practicable is absolute f.-eedo.u  from the atoressald odor, If-proper pro-  cautions be used. Her sketch, of tho,  sequel of the Ashing excursions made  in company with,her "John" is tantallj-'.  lng to the housemother who must depend upon her ownjjudgtnent in the so-  lection of marketed fish, or be helpless  In tho hands of the vender.  Elsewhere, I have dropped a warning  word upon this last head: "Now thnt.  tlsh and oysters are bedded In ice until  the wiliest connoisseur may be mistaken in their age, it behooves tlio  housemother to know, nrst of all, that  she is dealing with a man,-with it conscience as free from re*proaoh as Hho  would have her halibut, salmon nml  oysters." (Complete Cook Book, page 5.)  Thrice blessed Is the, woman whoso  husband or son Is a practiced disciple of  dear old Iznak Walton! If she ���������cnn,���������persuade him to stop nt the Huh market on  his way downtown and choose tho fish  for dinner, she Is pretty suro to be  secure from Imposition with regard to  lhe quality of the purchnso. It Ih qulto.  as certain, I may remark, that ho will  pay more for the fish than she would,  John Is seldom "strong" upon economy  where lilfl table is concerned, This 'ptivou  the way for another cnutlonnry remark,  and o-iio I would envphiislze with nil my  mlffht: Tlicro Bhould, ho no pccoml  quality of fish!  Llko eggii, it should,bo ilrst rate, nml  altogether froo from suspicion, or It  should not bo nt all, so fnr as our domestic caterer Is concerned,  Have I ever told In the Kxchango, or  hero, of a visit I pnld to the Ghetto Iii  Jerusalem, under tho convoy of a nntlvo  resident missionary? It was a 'muggy,  misty aftornoon, but n crowd of men  nnd women had (-fathered nbout n iniui  who wns shouting, volubly from Ills  stand on a bnrrol In a tongue mi-  known to my enrs, Tho Interpreter  explained:  "He ln selling spoiled fish at a penny  per pound!"  Being comparatively unlearned in the,  minor niceties of the Kngllsh language,  he used a ranker word  than  "spoiled"  to* describe the quality of the wares.  "And these people really eat them!"  I cried.  "But, yes, madam! Why not? They  are  too  poor to be  nice."  Returning gratefully to American  markets and cold storage, 1 counsel discretion ln tlie selection of species in  purchasing fish. Certain kinds, suffer  less in the process ot nrtllicial preservation than others. Salmon, cod and  halibt't, with other? of the (lnn-lleshe:l  varie'les, may be carried over safely into  a later season, and deceive the wiliest  of the above-mentioned connoisseurs.  Whereas,   to   eat  shad   and   their  con-  Fishing John's wife has told us  how wisely her husband guarded his  "catch" against putrefaction. If  cleaned thoroughly, -washed and then  wiped perfectly dry with a clean and  sterilized , cloth. it Is measure-  ably secured against the germ-laden  air until you can pack it down In ice.  Do not be afraid to lay it directly  upon the ice. 'It will not suffer by the  contact. Do not take it out of the  domestic cold storage until you are  ready to cook it. Should other antiseptic agency be necessary to preserve it, on account of extremely hot  weather, wrap charcoal In paper and  put Inside of and about tlie fish.   Spare  geners-.after "the-harvest ~is   passed-is���������no pains to~h~old~lt at n~low_and even  .,-......_     ������.-i   .-       temperature.    If,  in  cooking fish,  the  'smell stealing from, tiie kitchen  / through the house betrays unequivocally* the Identity of the food to be  served presently, the flsh Is not perfectly fresh. I have often remarked  upon this fact during ti residence of  forty summers in the lake country of  New Jersey. Pickerel, bass and perch  . caught in the lovely lakelet which  washes the foot of my lawn, and  dressed and cooked within,- it .few-  hours after/leaving' the water, are  absolutely non-committal as to their  nature, while on the lire. We might  be frying chicken, or broiling squabs,'  Instead of preparing flsh for dinner.  to tempt ptomaine poisoning. Not a  winter passes without bunging us  lamentable proof of this, yet shad holds  nn .honorable place upon liotel and restaurant bills of fare for eix months of  thQ year.  Study, then, the right spasons for your  flsh.,* When  yowr conscientious vender  '������������������ttells vou that the kind you want.Is'"'out...  of the market," take his word for.it and  "choose something else.  In declaring tlmt. there should 'be no  second qunllty of: fish, I refer to tlie  condition and not -to the species. Cod  may be as good in its way as the aristocratic salmon, if both are fresh and  ���������sound. '���������'Smelts .are..as ' respectable as  ���������A trout, although costing half as much.  With  regard    to    the   much-vaunted  (Wholesomeness    of    llsh, .urged;  upon-  our   consideration   by . dietitians   who  war .-��������� against    too   much    meat-eating,  may I drop a doubting word?   Is'lnh Is  no  more  nutritious  nnd digestible   for  -   everybody thnn nre nuts, which are just,  now ti good second to It;   A woman to  whom   nil   kinds . of/ shellfish   nre   nn  , ncilvo   poison,*    niw  who    approaches  overy   variety   of   t'!*o   plscnlo-y  genus  with  caution,   quoted  to  m������  tho other  dav a proverb 1 hnt] not henrd before:  "The Englishman's'fl?h is th'o Frenchman's polsson (poison)," : - ��������� .*,  ���������Thero Is a deep meaning In the play  upon words, Do not insist thnt \n*oy  one food shall agree with evory constitution. If you And, nfter repented  trials, that the llsh tho rest*of tho fnm-  lly relishes nnd (1Ib,,;kIs comfortably Is  veritable "poison" to you, do no further  violence to nnture ln persisting In eating It.  'When you cnn tllffost It with ns  , much suttsfactlon ns you Iind In ont-  'Ing; It, adopt it as a, .substitute for  mont, and rejoice in 'the knowledge  tliat, by reason of a plentiful'supply  of phosphntos, It innkes exeollent  norvo and brain food,  Always proBiipporlnjr thnt It Is not  robbed of ovory virtue by Ion**** Icbcp-  Inff and Improper* cookery.  Baked Pickerel Wiith Cream Gravy  After cleaning the flsh, go all over  tt within and without with a mixture  of melted butter and lemon juice.  Lay upon tho grating of your covered  roaster; pour In a cupful of .boiling  water from tho teakettle, taking care  it does not touch the flsh, and bake  twelve minutes to the pound, keeping it covered except when you ,11ft  the cover to bnnto it every llft.oen  minutes with butter and wator from  the dripping- pan below, Lift gently  to a hot-wator dish and keep .|y>t  while you prepare the sauco. Strain  the liquid from the pan and mix  ���������with a cupful of rich milk (hnlf  cream If you enn get it) which has  boen scnldod with the addition of  a -pinch of soda to prevent curdling.  Thicken with. a roiix of a heaping  tablespoonful of buttor cooked with  a rounded spoonful of flour to a  smooth panto, Ron son with salt, pap-  rlHa nnd minced parsley, Bring to a  holl; pour over the tlsh and re-cover  fnr threo minutes to lot It soak Into  tho flesh,   Servo.    -  Salmon and trout are delicious cooked  thus, also bluonsh,.  Baked  SpanJsh Mnekerel  Clonn and propnre the flub 'without  splitting up  tho  back,   as  you   would  do were it to be broiled. Lay in a  chilled dish and pour ovor it a '"marinade'' of salad oil and lemon juice in  equal parts. Set * back upon ' the ice  for half an hour.:. Cover the grating  of your roaster with very thin slices  of,fat salt pork and lay the flsh upon  these, the skin down. Pour half a  cupful of boiling .water into the lower  pan, replace the cover and cook in a  steady oven for fully, half an hour If  the fish be large. Baste' three times  from the dripping pan. - Transfer toa  hot-water dish and, keep hot while  the sauce is in" making. .<��������� Thicken the  gravy in the. pan with flour wet up  in cold water; cook a minute and  stir in a cupful of rich tomato sauce.  Boil up and pour half overjtlie*_flsh,  the-Test~in"to"7a���������gravs******* bost~Ga*riiish  the flsh -with the,bacon. :���������' *"  The' 'ordinary mackerel may be  cooked in the same way; likewise,  the plebeian haddock. The pork adds  richness and flavor to, thn dish beyond what those who have eaten  these flsh cooked ��������� in the. usual way  can imagine,   . *i  Halibut or Cod Steak a la  Creole  .  , Marinade, as directed in the last  recipe, leaving It in the oil and lemon  juice for an hour. Lay it, without  wiping, upon the grating of the covered roaster and bake fifteen minutes  before you,baste it .with the prepared  sauce;   ���������������������������  Sauce, for the. Above  Strain a cupfulof stewed tomatoes  while hot, running'through the colander to got out all the lumps. Season with pepper, onion juice, a littlo  sugar and celery, salt, Thicken-with  a roux of butter ,c6oked'with flour,  adding,, Ayhen It comes to a boll, a  sweet pepper which has-been seeded,  parboiled and winced flno. , Cook flvo  m nutOH move,, Basle.the steak twice  with this whllo lt���������ls linkiii-?, Reserve  the rest of the sauce until you hnVo  dished the*..steak. Sift, then, gratod  Pnrmosnn cheese over It; pour the tomato snuce over this, a spoonful at  a time, not to wash off the chooBe,  und serve.  Boiled CodflflU  Lny the piece of flsh  selected  for  ��������� boiling in salt and water for half nn  hour.   Take It from the. briny bath;  wipe, dry and sew up In a square Of  white mosquito notling fitted, to tho  shape of tho cod.   Ifavo enough boll-  Ing wator in an enameled kettle to  cover tho flsh nn Inch deep, add a scant  ���������, m-f-cup of vinegar and cook steadily  ten minutes to. the pound,    ,  Monntlmo, mako your notice.  Egg Satice for the Above  jMnkp a roux of a big tnhlospoonful  of.���������buttor and  a rounded spoonful of  flour, cooking together to the bubbling  .boll, Then, stir In a cupful of scalding milk to which you hnvo nddetl a  pinch of soda whllo hontlng, Cook  for ono minute nnd Btlr In a hnrd-  bollod egg,-chopped exceeding lino, nml  ft   mlnuto   Inter   a   rnw  egg,   whipped  3%&*~ J&dbrm+ft&p s%ai&  j^m^a&f^&*<&*fa  very   light,   nnd   benton   In   gradually  le*������t It rnbvht curdle.  Tnko up ilio flsh. unwrap It from tho  swnthlni,H and lay upon n hot nluttor,  Wnsh over quickly with n tablosp'oon-  itil of (nittcr and pour Over it a fow  hpoonfuls hf the imiep, sending tho rout  to table in n stnic'isoat.  THE   H0USEMOTHERS'   EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  _r_\KOAVHI. of thr enormoiu  #J ntiutlw of tetters tent lo the  Kxchttiitie, I mutt tmk contributor* to limit thoir communication* to one hundred words, except in canrs of formula* or reo-  ipet tchlch require grcalnr space,  / want all mw canw.jion</i-iiM to  hav* a thawing in the Oorntr,  and if mv rcQuctt In thin retpeot  it complied with, it will bo possible to print many more letter*,  Pork Cake  IHAVM n mnnll  truait for a boy baby  wlin  haii  'inn  rupturod,   which  In at  tliu mirvliu nt Dm Kxi-huiiuc  I nlYnr,  Inn, ,i  mil ill l.nit of i'lK������r liniiilii,  which "'imn tine mny wnnt tn urns In funny  word.   Tnimi nml IsiiihIn mnv Iin mint liy  mnll If It I* iltilreil to do thin.  "Mm. 0. 0," (Detroit, Mlali.) o������lt������ for a  rt*t>lr\,>    ff\y*  Pork Cako  lllll',    llsl.lllll    111    Ut    litlt    \liilH.    l'lls)|l|litl|  flim; I pint nf hot wittsr, t cup of wn.  Iitmiisi, I cuim of ii nit ii r, ; imiius nf Hour, 3  (���������napnnnfultt t,f moiIii, 2 pouniln nf I'lirrunln,  )    poilllll   Of   DUlt.tllll   IIIUlllH,    t   IlilUlllIlt III  iri'iltsil Vnlondn rnlKlnti, >'< tinunil nf ell-  ron,"ithroild<sil lltn*: 1 itsniiiisinnftil t.f i>ln������  nnmon, 1 tnnHpnmifut oneh of pnwilisisiil  ittnvi,*. nllsmlp's nnil  i*utmi*if.  1  noiits trim Us wnm  tlit* mi'iiitii'i   Irmii  petrbli wnnlit  Mm. ,T, 1,. n, (l*(tlntln������, Ill.l  TIioko tfho would n rait ihiMnsolvcit ot  ���������Ither of tho proffered glftn will pluniio  send to me for tlio ntldroKs of tho donor,  Sie recipe for pork cake miisf bo in������nnt  r a hnrvcist home supper, or for ti  very large family, ''Seven cups of flour  Hhould uutlto a ponderous cnlio,. Of  course, too cook liiny'iliy'ltlo tlio.tiniuiil-  tlos nt plotiHiiro, keopllig tho proportions  Just.  Lettuce Salad  You link It willed Is'iiui'n In pnintnlile.  Wlmn you tine ynuim, temlvr lt'ttuco tram  your own sniilfn ynu will IDtn It, 1 tun  mirn, I "liri'il h lurit'i liowirtil nf It nml  s-iit up iln'oc or fnur young onlontt with H.  TIhmi I Hirlnkln It with unit, pepiier tttisl  Himitr. Cut two or ilitim thin ullcutt of  liiii-iin Ir.tn miMill |ilsii:isn-i,r nail Iiuiii mny  lit* usieil, Kr.v It lifown, "J'tilto nut llio  Imroii uml nl.nki) It lliicumli tho lettueo,  Add lliros* tiilili'uiioonfiiin of vlru-nnr tu the  mt left In tlio pan, nnd pour tlilit nvur  tliu iultui-s', toMlnu It un wt'll with a nilvtir  furk. t\ I'l'Mrn cuir mnv no Into tlio vine-,  uur, liut It in tint nut Imii, or It will etinlli*,  I'ltlM ms In si niunt lit) fjiti;n at onoo li������t|irt>,  this bitrun i'rt'li/io <*owi(Uliit������-N,  This l������ tlm (ilil-fstililoned rpclpo for !������!���������  tys.-u milml, unci populnr with fiinnui* folic,  Men uHiinlly like It, uud l think you will  cun)lsli*r it veil worth u Irlttl,  If tin* wumiui who Inis Imi limit wllh  rimiNnl pie will uie ihu liciii<*n hrku with  two IbvpI tnliltitspiHinfulii nf mimir to rneh  ; :,.'.     .'   f:s.'���������   :,.!"���������   ,.;,;   X :.',.,    '.:   !:; j; .... 1  *inti*ly slow oven until It In "*et"-nr until  :s ilh'i-r lut'i' MinU ������������->(, n vim lull, tin-  mliiille will fonio out rl^r.n���������nbo will n������ver  full,    T'������o miK'lt luwnr nml too Umif cook-  Iiui  mnlte w������ti*rv pumnril,  nnd  If It litilte  w'll  ������lr������ up In  IIIH" hltl'irlts nnil m'oli ^o uio.  t,-o  fum   tt,������   liittnm  rnift  Tint rlnlsl wny Ih nu uliimli! If ynu know  tin* few ti'lntn IIvit I wsin Icr It tnnU n'tt  tlv������ ypiim  tn   iHdrn   It.    Th"   i*sisit*iril  mny  . ini'tr.   f lllti" ������ tin ��������� niii'li nf ������mll In mlns."  *    AnolhtT   eontrllnitnr   iihIih   <if   troiittiient  f- i-vtor,  j cnn*iilted nn nittvnuith wllh rt'Bnril  In Hii*h Iretitircnt In tlm f"im* nf mv IS.  yfftr-olil slnusfhtor, who wn. HirmitHied  vltts (h^ iIIwr**, Jto dn������ trfittnit ||isr axic  rt.Mfully, nnil ������'������i *r������ rnnll'iont of a tit*r������  ticnsT,*. cure. If" mvi������ ln������wn-,,r. nmt n \.  ntictuary to txnat * cane m nmn tii tlio  goiter lit tli'Vtilopod. .Old, cattun do not yield  lo tliu trvnitniint. * *' ���������      *  h, W, W, (Wlllemon, H. P.).  Cream of Tartar for Stains  Kindly tell ine how to tnktt noma tmlX  isinliiH out ur n wliltu diiiw, i Muvii tt l<itl  It'iiion Jiileu nmlimlt to nn nvnll, Tho  Kown In tli In immllt) nnd new,  A HlSAUKlt jfl.au AiiboIoh, Cnl.),  If you lmvo beon Ioiik n rontlor you  must hnvo soon divers wnys for ox-  trautliiR stains, If you will wot thoso  and nib Into thorn all the nronni of tartar they will hold, then hold them tnut  In tho stoiirn or it bollln������ kottlo for live  minutes, renewing; tho ilowder twice and  kei'pitiK tho kottlo nt it hnrtl boll, yon  win fiuio them porcoptlbly, Thon lay In  ���������thf. hot Hiinnhlno. keeping the spots wot  wllh n Hiroiiir solution of cream of-tnr-  tnr nil duy, Vou may wash out what Is  left,of thi'.-'UKly stain."    ,  Salad Dressing That Will  Keep for Months  1.  Neat nn t*sir well with two tnhlntponn-  tu.M   ,,,   ������s,isal   uml   rt   pili,,ll  itt   |.all,     t.ii.llil  half tx tfMponntul of onniHiitrch nnd two-  !);JjJ* vt a u-at^Miilu) ut ii,u..i*t\l nlili  n little wntor until you hnvo ������ (smooth  Itostf. Work I hini toKtther In a tfuouii,  tint! when thoy nro ���������nmotli nil up tlm cup  with vlfi������jtar. Htlr nnil \mmt nil tnKetlirr  with Ihe ftttr nml mtarnr*, mid htlf n ciii'-  ful of wiiter nml n Inrtte lump of imitcr,  nr If ynu prt'fpr, n tnliltinponful of ollvn  <i||      Kt Ir   over   the   flre   ifndllv   until   It  li������������    !.,i���������,l,i    <.(.������    lli.ii'UIV,  Wln-n i'ills) put Into Jolly sluin-i nnd  tsi't In tlio ri-frltrtsrntor,  WIimi yuu wlili to tice It, If |t itsemti too  ihlik, iliin with ������wi>ft or *sur orfiim,   l'������������  In   unnslwlrlfii   of   nn.sr   Itltnt,     Vou   may  tjoulile r,r troiilo tlm niiatiiltlc nt idenmirii  It will V*eii,  S. I n������ver tm* butter In tny onkin-  ,ln������t Inr I w Ith ii Ti'nrli of Mlt, I hnvo  Die reputation or making nloo vaYea, Um,  ��������� i'.,J_?in\i^? t(2 *, .W0 without liiltln������  frosh inndwleltos,  .,_'*,'ln\ tl\ v' ,J'" in ,h0"e "n"' ������"���������������������������"'  i'uSI-R V'.   "uV������  f.or  "<*���������*   s,,l,s   Vfl,>'  v^S' niSni's.vvl. ?, '������V"'rH .r������t  "���������������������������  "how  ���������  IW !&.".. a^ *������ ������������rtrit.ownIMn.  ri;in?,lr���������iiT0",i; rt'������y'������nn������l������������ In tlio snlnd  roolpo wlin it Hllver umiuii uml cook In  KMiilitiwara or In ulumlmim. '  Jib v,f* .wli'ohi'nd for tlm unndwInhM,  with tho bt'otit btttwtcn .tint Inittiirnd sllcois.  ,       .       , It.  I',  (CIllcilK'U.  A vIvooIoub contributor, cwmo of  whoso "bits" nro rntht*)-* stnrtllntr. All  .will ropny ono for ron dl,iff them, I ������m  a trlllo dubious as to tho mibsUtutlon or  lard for butter In tho liner quality of  cukos, It may bo woll unouKh for irln-  tfurhrontl, and -thu, donniiir t'ltissw of  coftklmr: i do not. think I would relliih  It In pound or Milt i*.lke,"or In any variety that calls for. a cupful of butter  to bo creamed with two cups of sugnr.  I am afraid I *liould detect tho "lardy"  flavor.  1 wish somo candid nnil cap������hlo cook  would try It, and report the rettult to utj.  What a dlfforoncn In our Rroccr's lillls  wrsiild   fn11n������v   tV.o   "iri'itf   cf ���������tsi-  s*nlisiH-  tuto In ull our homtitl  // Fisherman's Wife  i t. Toll tho people who piece (liilltf <������ xm  tho cuffi uf diHcuhli-ii HiilrtH, 'ttny e������.nt������ln  mtvorttl tlilcKtii'issM ond, nn many men do not  ww otiff* eonnlnntly, tliey ore iih ttssosl (in  tmw whisii tho tthlrln ore- tvuni ��������� ---i*-    _ ..  ?    Mv   himliirsn   nnt   I   lil;n   uliort   ni-lilnir *  tlIiih   111   (Cillipllliy.     Jli'liiri,   hi,   ���������*���������!   nut   tsif  Ininie ���������'Joliti'1 rleniw tin* rtnli and wriipi  enrh ono aopnrniely In tlik'k paper, MilltiK  In tlm imin-r ������t tlie I'llKi'n H,i thnt ii'i nil'  enn K������t nt the nan. M'lien wis n-t liom*  Iho n������h nro put Into thn Itrlji % thim writl"  Ifd i (i, tins) loft ih������rii until wc nr.* i ndy  f'i o ������k tlii'in. ft'sntetlme* roini* ssf f In  Itjft thnrt* untou������li������*l nvn or tltrt'i* 'fnya*  Tit** linvor l> iff tint* to tlss* Imt n* on l'j������  day It wus cniiiiht, arid llitiv Im puMilvely  no odor or inHto of Huh In tlio Icobox, or  In sith'.i' run] tlmt |h ktspt llii'l'ss, 'i'Ihi lUliy  umuli ilmsn not pniiotnttii this (inI<c-r.  If tlio cnti'ii Im vin'y miiihII, wo put tlio  bundle r.r HhIi In tlu������ Img with h eontnltiH  our olothna, Tlioro In nol the li*n������t huk-  Bi-Hiloii of tUli whi'ii the liitif l������ is|is'ti<-il.  Am you Hiiro y,iiir nioniorv lit n't i'iiIIIhk?  You Inld tin n-sino linn* nkh Hint Mr, Noinlila  Ih liurliiil In t'linusiii. I h.-lli-vs* ilinl he ll'it  niiKuiK tin, liin-kNliIre IiIIIh, nn,| thnt llm  widow ncruliN lil.i loiuliMtoria nirlnlKlitlv In  olieillciiioo tn a dylnx iMiminnud-porhnpa ������e-  oninpnnlod by n thront Unit thi* iinu- di*-,  purlissl will "wnlk" If II In* iifKlt'Kteil. At  nny rulo, tho p.ior nvsirwrointlit woman luut  tt I'liniici, to cnn tint ll wera lu tin* eom������ tt-ry.  t.'an you iivjilnlii whv u nm ri will wi-rk nil  hla sIiij-h without s*nin|i|iilnlnK that.hla om-  ployor itima not Int'.ii* him lo hln homo,  mul hln alainr or ditUKlit'T, wli'-n nlilnsi thn  ti'ltiW of ii womnn wlin d,,i<si hniist w.srW,  Invnrlnlily irriinililcn thnt ah' l������ n t nl-  liiwod to apiind linr li'luiri) time In thn no-  fp'iy of her "MftiUm"?  A,  It, M.  (t'lili'iiKO).   .  Our vivacious member- ha������ hor aay  niinnt tho "ntnall or luruo kltehon t|Utut*  lion," but It nniHt perforco wait for  luck of room until inter, lie*1 huk-  Kontlnn nn to tho bent wny of keojiliiK  Imii fltn In woll with llio HiiliP'ot of ������n-  tluy'n fiinilll-ir talk.  'Mio fpis>iy with which tho ������es*'t������on nf  lior oplntlo Hivtui horn oIohok opoiin up  a Immcli of tlio in.ilil and iiiIhIiomh  proliloin, Thn fat*t Klin netu down cannot ho controverted, Nellltur bill Itr.  footmnn nor itn-nleiier feoln annrlcvcti  Unit hlH employer tlooa not trent him  un ji  hooIiiI   0'iiiul.    Hi'  iiiiilnt.iliiH   IiIh  ......     '....,.    Vv       ,,,      i",,,,,"     tlii^il,*      S1,A\,||V. illlll.  Ho Ih iih rt'Mpoclnhlo nt a mnn titiil a  elllnou iim tho ponton who imyn Jitit  wiikiih, I'lnch linn hln nplioro, und If ho  1111 It coiiMclontloiutly, Im honored nooord-  l-nyly  by rlfrht-mlnilml i>wiplo.  MiiHt we, then, admit what cntigtle  ������tudotitn of human -nutiiro anNort nr> nn  axlom--thne ono or wornnn'H ohlef drnw-  1micI<h In HfH |h thnt aho Iaokn a rloltt  boiiho of proporllun? Think It ovor, dear  iiitiiiDi'i'i., nml lot iin huvo your vlowi  on tho mutter,  Loan of Ch.iir  Wl'l It In; fiiiml������|csiit with the ritlin of  tlm HxrliiiiiKii in mnv tho lui'iiii.cin to look  up it whtMlwl chili- for it iioor lio>V if  It cumuli hr c.lv"ti lo hltn, i-.tminl It h������ n  listtn of whlrh tins vory lioat' (tiro will Im  inki'ii whllo In* \in.������ ll? ll������ Iiiin tisi'ii m-vin  uionlllK In tin* hiutpltttl. Hisvcml of hln  vliotusH nri| InokKii, nmniiK Ihom lilt nrniN  nur; hiu )nw. lie will he out turn, hut la  not ulsls* to wnlk. Ilu hIksuM ho tuknn tivry  dny lu tin* tiaik for iioiiiii Wstoka in unlur m  attemitheu Mm for il m-rnnd vlult to thn  l.imnlliil im tiiolitiiinl thnt mny iitvo hlrn  tlio lino ul lilts li'Kit.aui) iitiua, Ills' wlilsiwi'd  iiniilivr li iilioox'i lienrltirolton. H!i������ pannot  iiiT'.nl to liny him a ehitlr; nil the money  Hlui onn atinpe ti>K������tltar, fnuat ������o for Ima.  pltnj i*������pi>rs������i'|i. trim I'liao' In tiTilhly aad,  f-uf->our hli: fmnllv lulu u*7  Mr������, II. 1������. tfhlcniro).  Wo iitioly nilmlttilpponlH llko thin, for  lt|i|( oi  run u',    mil If nur I'lilenuu co-  workint will tula* hold of ihiu matter  ti'itl ropon upon It, | imi mii'o Unit tho  ������������,,,������, i,,,i *.,., j,i,,,,Ui.U, ti tiif i,n.im nl  thu atop tut' corroi'llv rt*t>orioi1 horo,  ;,'n,!i s.isl tn: quicK l't'������poiins: flsim uiitor  motluTK. It Ih, hi tin* frlontlly wrltor  mii,vh, "a tt'irliily hiuI cm**."  Calb Lily ninl Pomegranates  1, Whnt will romovo enlln Illy kin In* T  ::. Its iin 11' uny way or cooklnif inmf^rnn-  MAIIflAHMT V.  (I.iih Antjulea,. r������l,),  1. Honk nil iiIh!IiI In lop|i.*rt*tl iivlk. Next  morning, rliiHo In clour wator and kty  In tho mun, wottlilK .hourly with- lemon  Julio,   Thon w'tali In thn uwtial wny,  2. I hnvo ni-vm hoiitil ot a rooltio for  eooklnif p<ime������[iinnti-i, Tln*v nro n it'on.  Ic������l fruit, ,\Vii npponl for tlio formula,  to onr far nouthave-item mumbvi'i. ^T^*?"^W^rfl  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA^,  THE FURNITURE STORE  ni  SPECIAL SALE  g| OP  Linoleums and Catpeb Squares  during the month of February/  t  Inlaid Linoleums, regular price 9x.io. now   8SC a square yard  Printed Linoleums, regular 65c. now 50C. a sq,   yd,  20 Carpc squares, ranging from ������10 to 830 each at'20  per cent discount.  Lace Cur.aius at bargain prices.  A Full Stock of all kinds of Furniture  B. Cloutier,  General Blacksmith  A. McKINNON  Mcl-hee Work, Cumberland, B. C,  _mma-maamma_mml   JBwBMaciiiaii���������1 Ja*mamtaamw*m*m_i  As will be seen by a telegram  WATER NOTICfc.  Horaeohooiag- a Specialty.  Tltlrd Ave., CHootoerland  MtfMttltlMSMMMKf  in our colums,   Mr.  T. E. Bate  has failed to make good at Victoria, and is consequently  down  aud out, which  will  necessitate  another election for the mayor's  chair.    It is to be regretted from  a business point of view, if from  no other, that such is 1 lie case, as  it will entail considerable expenditure of money and loss of time,  which the city cau  ill -afford,���������,  especially the former.     In this  coming election ht uy keep pri*  vote'dislikes, out of the matter,  aud all join together for the public good, but now ''that- fight is in  the air we would not be surprised  to see a hot time at ihe next contest.  locals.  *: _*  ���������  Dr. Kerr, dentist, will at Court  tenay from Feby, 1st, until Feb.  10th and nftor thut date at Cumberland.  -o--  LOST-���������A pearl brooch, on Sun  day morning':last. Finder please  return to Miss Lucas, at the Big  Store.  FOR SALE���������A live roomed  house oh half jot. For further particulars apply at this ofKeto.  WANTED���������Girl desires situation as nurse for children or  generally useful.���������Apply this  office.  Victoria, Jan 29.���������-A delegation of coal mine operators waited upon the Premier this morning to discuss the question of  rescue work in thecollieries,and  other amendments which they  think should be made to the Coal  *      ���������*���������'  ������������������' **   ;-,. .'  Mines Regulations Act. The  deputai ion consisted pf Mr James  Ashworth, general manager of  the Crowds Nest Pass Goal Co.,  ~Mr"S~Stcckettrhiauagei��������� of���������the  Hosmer mines,, and chairman of  tha Western Coal Operators Association; and Mr T Graham,  manager of the Western Fuel Co.  Their chiet request was that the  government should encourage an  oxygen manufacturing plant iii  the province in order that oxygen  for the rescue apparatus may be  cheaply aud easily procurable,  instead of having to be brought  from Pittsburg, Pa., with sometimes very serious delay, If this  can uot be done they asked that  a central supply station be installed. The Premier promised  to give the matter full consideration.     Another request  made i  FOR ! SALE-^Smith Premier  Typewritei in good* order. Cost  $i25.09 will sell fur $50.00. Apply at this office! >  HOUSE FOR SALE���������A seven  roomed house, with a large basement, plastered, good stable and  outbuildings; large conservatoi y,  hot water..'"connections. A good  buy for % 1200.    Apply this office.  ==tQST��������� Ou"Sunday=hight-be-  tween Presbyterian church am!  Dave Walker's residence, Camp,  a gold watch. Finder please leave  at this, office.  COMMUNICATIONS.  ��������������� - -      Mr. Editor-���������Does it not appear to you that the enclosed ex*  erpt from an address recently delivered in a certain municipal  district of the province might be  be studied with advantage here  in Cumberland? I have substituted the word '-Cumberland''  for the name oi the locality iii  which the address was given in  order that the remarks of the  speaker might posses a more personal interest for your readers,'  *' It is not houses or real estate  or hotels or banks or pavements  or churches or climate that make  or ruin a place���������it is people-  citizens.  "The good citizen will be endowed with prophetic optimism.  The pessimistic citizen will dishonor his community with his  speech and deeds alike. Every  organization in town is caricatured by ���������.him. The council *jor  school trustees board is elected,  and instead of helping them  make an ideal community,"he  talks in tones of contempt. Already the council and school  board of 1911 have received contempt without even haying a  chance of earning the gratitude  of those they seek to serve. This  is a suicidal policy on the part of  citizens and drives good men  from seeking public honor in  civic, prvincial and national  politics. Citizens, they are YOUR  council, YOUR school board; and  it simply means in tlie final an  lvsis that YOU are being sneered  at,"  }Jli: Fml Jepson, of Nanaimo,  representing tlie Singer Sewing  Machine Compuny was hi town  last week.  Victoria, January 30.���������Gunner  Thos Allen, convicted of the mur  der of Captain Peter EUistou,  will not be hanged on Feb, 2,  nor until some future indefinite  date, if at all. Mr. G. F. Davie  solicitor, will take the case to the  supreme court of Canada,     No  was'that iluTpower oVeToaing the *tice of his inteutiou t0 aWeal tl,e  a*     a W ���������  ,_ ill    \ j    ... _     *-l. .. A   a.  mine in case of apprehended dam  age should be left to the chief  inspector, and not to the inspector on the ground. To this the  gpovenuneut replied that if the  mine is in a dangerous condition  tlie man on the ground is the  man who ought to know about  it, and it is a matier that cau't  wait,  A man who was ul'riii't of thun  dor crawled into 11 hollow log iw a  plat','} of ,-iiil'ety during a thunder  storm, Tho th undue mHod and  tho ni iu piiui'i'd down in 'torrents,  and tho old h������g begun lo uwcll itp  till the piioi- fellow was wodgud in  K) tight Unit thiit ho could not gel  out, All Iii* p-utfisiu** lieguii pufi-  ������iiif> hui'ni'n hi 111, 8ii(|i,lfii!y h������ re*  iiieiuhet'ttil liu'hadn't pah1 hi* now*  paper HiibcrriptiiMi, and he foil ho  mi ml I tlmt ho wiw   uli|t<   to   hack  case will be served upon tho Attorney ��������� General immediately.  This action is allowed under the  criminal code, section 1623, when  ever there is a dissenting judgment has been handed dowu by  the court of appeals. The notice  to the attorney-general acts a������ a  stay of execution of the sentence  until after the appeal has been  heard by the Supreme Court,  WINTER SCUKI>UU������.  NflVftMvn on uinl frniu, tlm  Aril,  tl-'Xiiiio, list I'tjiiovi iii^ ,\iSt Im tiii-  lll I tclicrlnic til onr IikmI inuil  hVi'iHiitti,!''1������������������ 'i'y of Niinitimo lunvi-s  Nun iiiunii 1 a. in,,. on WedneH-  diiyn ninl iriihiy'H iiml the Queen  City l.iwna Naniiiiiin 10 jt. in,, mi  MuimIh)> Ci'y ol Nm ninio leuv.  es Oomox ut 7 11. in,, on Thur������-  diiyu and S.'turilHi>. Qiic-hii Oity  U-yvoi Coiiiex at Lift p. in., on  t'u^Hys.  Comox & Union Hospital  Auxiliary.  Ualunce Sheet from September,  1909, to December, 1910:  UHCHll'TS.  Halance in hnnd from old  Auxiliary $ 56 83  Members' lees  187 10  hospital Saturday -1909 220 75  Proceeds irom bull game 12 50  Hospital Saturday -1910 295 65  Hank Interest  2 40  Total ""hns 33  KXPNNWTUUR,  Printing ond stationery,, $ 23 00  Furnishings for hospital 154 05  Heddiug   liUH'll 1  * t ���������   #  ��������� ������ t     * * a  t   a a a *  CJ rockery,   cutlery   and  hardware   Garments for patients and  Flannelette  ftalar.ee in hand  "The first duty of the citizen  in Cumberland'is to be a public  man,   not   in the sense that he  holds a public office, but iii  the  sense that he does his duty as a  citizen.    The im-anest person iii  Cumberland,   and  probably the  biggest hypocrite, is the man  or  woman   who    derives     honor,  wealth, circumstances from the  community and is unwilliug to  give back one copper of his money, one hour of his time, one effort of his thought. The meanest  meu   of  earth are in the same  cla$s as those citizens of Cumber |  land who do riot fail to reap every  advantage this town offers,  but  absolutely decline to render any  service in return.   The men who  will not even take the trouble to  vote, who will not see to it that  their local government is at least  supported, with dignity, who content themselves in pouring contempt upon those who attempt to  do the work that they negleet,and  bring into disrepute the locality  which they themselves ought to  maice honorable���������they are of the  mean aud the base who, as Dante  scornfully said, 'Were for them  selves alone,'  "Citizens of Cumberland. I be������  seech you, be not mean members  of a promising community, -but  be citizens of a goodly town." -X  Notice is heieby given that an application wijl be made under Pari V. of the  Water Aci������ 19119, to obtain a license in  thf Comox or Nooika Division of Victoria Water District.  {tx) The name of the company in full:  The Campbell River Power Company.  Limited-  The hf.id office Offices of JJarnard &  Robertson, 514 Fort St, Victoria, 11 C  The capital, how divided, showing  amount piid up; $50,000 divided into 500  shares of $ioo each; a-nount paid up:���������  $40,000.  (li) Tlie name of the lake, stream or  source [if unnamed, the description is]���������  Huttles Lake, Vancouver Islnnd.  (c) The point of diversion I*oot of But  lea Lake.  (d) The quantity of water applied for  in cubic feet per second  125 cubic feet.  (e) The character ol the proposed works  dam and sluice gates.      V  (f.) The premises on! which the water  is to be used describe same: At some  point along the bank of the Campbell  River about one half mtle below Camp*  bell river Falls.  (g) The purposes for which the -water  is to be used; Power purposes.     ."-���������  (h) If for irrigation describ* the land  intended to be irrigated; giving acreage:  Not to be used fot* irrigation,  (i) If the water is tc be used for power  or mining purposes describe the place  where the wnter is to be returned to some  11 tural channel, und the difference in altitude between point of diversion and  point of -return: The water is to be returned to the Campbell river at .1 point  about one mile below the Campbell river  Falls and lhe difference in altitude will  be about 300 feet.  (j) Area of Crown lands intended to be  occupied by the proposed works: About  320 acres. ��������� . ��������� 0 '*���������  (k) This notice was posted on the seventh day of 'January, iqu, and apylica-  tion will be made on the twenty-fourth  day of February, .1911,  (I) Give the names and addresses of  any riparian proprietors or licensees who  of whose lands are likely to be affected  by the proposed works either above or  below the outlet: The Crown, Esquimalt  & Nanaimo Railway Co., The British  'American Timber Co., Ltd., of Victoria,  H.C, P CudPihy, of Chicago, Illinois, In-  | '.ernattonal Timber Co., of Vaoccuver,  B.C, Nortli Hacific Lumber Co; ltd, ol  Vancouver, BC.  Attach copy of such parts of the Com  pany's  memorandum*., bf association as  authoiize the proposed  applicatian  and  "wofUs7  CUMBERLAND TAILOR |  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made to ^rdcr  ��������� from 820 to 335    All Work First Class,  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  1 m  K. A1DA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOli-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS (MM TO   Ol*DER fl^D  IN flNV STYIiB YOO CUISHj  P ERECT TIT GUARANTEED.  Prices Trom $20 tp $40.  CUMBERLAND,   -  - .  B. C;  AtiiniihiiiuiutinniiiiiHiHttiiiiiyiiNUNsu v><  Capital $5,000,000. Beserve $5,700,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED  IN  ANY CUIiKENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER THE WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at highest Current Rates allowed on DepopitB of $1 and upwards.  CUMBERLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily.  COUETENAY,  B. C, .Bab-Brwich,   Open Tuendays and  FRIDAYS. I  UNION WHABF. B.C.,   Bub-Brach, Opon Thursday.,        1  H. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager. J  p. phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  (a) The construction or operation oi  works or the supply or 'itilization of  water under the i'Water Act, 1909,"  (bj To apply for and obtain under the  provisions of the "Water Act 1909," or to  purchase or otherwise acquire water re-  cords osr.witter lioenses.  The Camphkll River Powf.r  Com-  j'.vny, Limited.     .  GH Burns    ,,    W Wallace Grime  Directors;  (P 0 Address)    Uox.724,.Victoria, B.C.  APPLICATION'" FOR "STORING  ,        WATER,: *..'.;���������:���������'.���������;  s T he place of the proposed reservoir  for storing Umtles Lake, Vuncouver Island.  t The means oy which it it proposed  to store t e water: Dnm and suiice gates  v How it is proposed to acquire ihe  land neccsnary for the purposes By purchase and expropriation.  w Approximately the munb������*r of acre  feet to be impounded: 84,000 acre feet,  Tub Cami'ikll Rivku Power Company  Limited,  G H Burns        W Wallace Grime  ��������� Direciors.  f P 0 Address]    Box 724, Victoria, B C.  NOTA  Y   PUBLIC  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CONVEYANCING  CUMBERLAND,  ftii   ���������  ��������� t 1  t  17T   40  58 Ho  81 so  18 40  268 38  T0t.1l   9775 23  Audited and correct,  JT.U. PAI.MKR.  Jnutiuvy 5������t<, lyu.  FINANCIAL STATEMENT  Following i.s the statement of  expenditure for Public and Hi^h  Schools for yenr ending Dec. 3rd  ioio:~-  Teachers vSnlnrics .... $6500 00  Janitor    480 00  Scavenger       60 00  Heating Furnace    1600 00  New Desks    171 00  Repairs   Printing  and  Sundries    460 00  SPATES  The TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  L������acHo������' Work  a Specialty*  Total Kx pen dl ture.. ..8*9*271 50  Re.specfully submitted  T; H. Caukv, Secretary,  Certified correct Jan. 9th, ri.  J. T. E. Palmkr.  City Auditor.  Several nninoB nro mctitionod nn  poB&iblo candidatoB for tho mayor'B  clinli*. Wlioevwr thoy mny ho,  tlmy nmy be bepropurfd" to liavu  tlxiir past, ))n,w������nt nml fiitur*.*  rnketl np privately if not publie-  An oxchim^o truly Riiys: "Thti  meiinoHt and mont di^picHblu clinr*  iictcr iu any community in that  man whoiseuvioua of othora pros-  pi'onpority and Ih alwiiy* liearl  Hpeaking in a eontimiptuoiis iiiiui*  ihm* of hia noiphborw   and   fellow  eitizoiiH,"  :V. BOHOHR:  Ulholesale Dealen in WlflES, UIQUOR fit BEE^  P. 0, BOX 146  PHONE 80....  CUMBERLAND  I NEED MONEY  ���������AND���������  YOTJ  WANT   CHEAP  FEED  So to Hiiit ub both diiriiijj; thu .holidays I will  Bell thu wmhiuder.bfiiiy  STCOK   AT   COST,  Thin is your opportunity   to save 10 por cent  on yonr feed bill and lav   in a Biipplv for tho  cold days of January,    I)ou't forpot thu pi ao  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.C  DKAJ.EU IN FLOUR AND.'I'EKI.)  T. K. Batu l������ft lor Victoria by  Siuiv!i������)'f> bortJ."' Tutu" will ''ucvei  sny dio whilo thoro ir a shot in  tlm lockor,"  The (Ittnt ]t>i(iU������l* JUmttta.  Timr-i nnil InviifoMUMU'it wlitilo  iiervtjtj* Hl'dttini, uii>U������it������ itt w  lllcvlln old Vi)\r)*.Uii*"* A'.-i'i'-  #11*1 wtiflftir, Strnhtl oml Ih'nln Wlirru, I)  potutf-iii-ili NNfunl M'titliiint, JtmUaUma. Hp,  ,yuilM*rhtta,ond Jlffctta/Jlriutor Atc.mti**.  I-Mcofl por Un*, nrxforl-l. Ono will (iIuiiimi. t.i  win euro. Holt! by all *8mir������i������U|.or ihaIIi-ii in  rtltiln |tkm on rnwint, of iiric������*x Ntiti iiiwIW  iformrlii mnctoti T**ront������, Out.  ^  AUTOMOBILES  $750.00 to $5000.00  WE SELL  RUSSEL,  SILENT-KNIGHT,  DAIMLER,  OVERLAND,  HUPM09ILE,  and BRUSH  AUTOMOBILES.  SUNDRIESall kinds  BI0Y0LE8 and  SUPPUES  THOS.PL1MLEY,  OrncE and STORK 1208 LANCLEY ST..\/,r,������.riDi A     ta f>  i.������.nr*>*}7.IQHNBOM6T��������� VIUIUfXlA,    r3tV-������  I  aixn.\ai,'727 JOHNSON ST.,  c   Z  iai__m_i_*____Z%Sla}^^  *^4'^^^'*i'*^i',tf*"Bt,w**''"'' * *  ^^My^.J,. tmmamam_________a_ma___a_a____

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