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 /  ,/  (tt  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  s3-fyi)  ThkNrws, Ninktrknth Yrar.  CUMBERLAND   B.'C.t    TUESDAY,   OCT.  17th,  :qii  Sui'.scniS'  mm  The Stope  of Quality  The Stone  Of Quality  , THE BIG STORE  laat*a**milVhlai*aaa>*1a**ait\*+  Shoes that Fit and Stay Fit  livery person- likes their  feet to look nice���������and so  they will as lonjj as your  shoes are new; but you cannot always be buying- new  shoes all the time.  YOU    WON'T    HAVE  TO if vou wear the  SLATER  m  SHOE  It is the Shoe wiih the reputation and combines COM I'ORT  and WKARIKG QUALITIES  with STYLE.  Our stock is Large nnd in'al]  the LATEST STYLUS. . We  don't cur.  'We  i _  how many you try 3|  "on". We"~\vaift you-to" have "$  every sa'isl'action iu both ioni- f,  fort and style. . h  ft o*rf^*i������savvsiij������*������rf^^ $  Simon- Lei set  Dunsmuir Aye.,  Outnberland.  5������  $  Friday's mail by S. S. Cowich-  au will arrive at 12 noon and closo  at 1.2.15 p in. sharp.  "���������i-  FOR SALE���������horso, '.buggy and  harness, cheap; Apply L, A.  Moimay Cumberland, Ll. 0.  FOR SAXE--Two 4-room lion-  pes on Doi'wcnt Avonuo. .Prico  ������1800 for tho twb, Apply K  Aida, tailor, Dnnsmuir, Avonvjo.  Dr. mid Mrs. MneNaughton  arrived homo from Montreal on  Tuesday night of hist week.  MivTl)ool:ald>H. by Sunday's  boat en route forSummerlawl, D.  '(),. Tie will bo absent about' ten  days. ���������..'.''    ..���������.'...,,-.  Mr. L, A. Mouncoarrived home  on Tuesday last from. Vancouver,  ^  _ <jj, __���������  ' Mr. T. Dickie arrived.home last  week i'rom a short visit'toll it fain,  ily in Victoria. ,  .',  * ; ���������o     .  Mi sa Owen wus among the out-  FOR  STOVES  AND *  'THE" CORNER STORE  ook' out  FOB   OUH  ���������GRZLTi:  ft*  {.V  ti-  t  1*  fl*������  (T*  .  v*  0  ft  ^"11  ti_m  niiu^c an  SUPPLIES  Baths,  liavatori.es,  Plumbing &  Plumbing  Supplies  TRY THE .  i_*i.li!j������i  T.E, ������Bate, Cumberland,  _- _ -  t^aa������r������m<n->mza.'jT.aa*mt*m%jai_*mmm������citmwm  m  I-,  merit.  going passengers by  On Sunday last,  ic Cjowielinn  Doctor and Mrs. Gillespie- loft  this week for Victoria and Vaiir  couver. They went as far as Viotorin, by auto, whero tlio doctor  will ship his car to Vancouver.  Alderman Willard arrived home  from Westminster fair on Tuesday  Imii. Comox took liflh jilace iu  the oxliibitw.  A, Oliinnman win*- assaulted ami  robbed of #50 on his way up from  Chinatown on Soturday night by  threo unknown nw.*n. A Chinaman was aiso rohbed ot %'At liy  three of bin countrymen in a storo  in Chinatown the sumo "evening.  ���������-��������������������������� i' 0 .   .  ��������� ���������--.  Poni!',i',b* S'������>������>lwti>  Two (Hues of drunk nnd disordc  ly wero Irjed before Magistrate  Abrams on Monday, ami were  asked to contribute of their b**>Ro  change, ������10   nud   %o   each   with  COP tii.  Cr  LAD  S  t  O  <w  ������.  .)  4.  Si  I  4i  ������  FOR   PAYDAY,  AND  WEEK   FOLLOWING  IP  ft-  *%.  Tf  '���������7-  I  .1-  It  ft-  t  ti*  t  . N. McLEOB,  Dunsmuir Av..  Cumbcrt&nd  ft*  THE CANADIAN BANK'  OF COMMERC  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.^LD., D.C.L, FncaiucNr  A_EXANuER-D\!RprGENCiiAL"MAriXG*=i"i "  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,000  3  -1���������**~  McLeod's ffjojit ten days Ride,  which opened   on   Saturday  hn*1,  WIIH ll {JI'll 11(1 MICC'CIK UK fill    (|S   tl e  lirut day wm������ eoneeriu'd, the store  deiug from the opening hour in  the morniner, until late nt; night,  erow*.li'd with biirgaiu hunters and  bargain ilwlei's. Il wns one of  Ihe buHjeHl scenes that we' hnve  witneMod for many a dny.    The  v/wYnbii"    cfntl1     smrrtnr>-nf(������s-t     1,-s*    ���������  ,.,   1 , ... ,  ijumver   1.  .'������������������Ulf.-I  v" ' i't:  wereeerlniiily kept Imny  waiting  npon the niiiliiludo of eustomci'H,  Many valuable pwenh* were giv.  A musical" progra'uv of unusual  merit was rendered in the Meth:-  odist Church Monday evening-in  'connection with an interesting  debate,, ou woman's suffrage,  Messrs Irish \vcre in their best  form, and the .singing of Mr and  Mrs Williams and Mr Smith, of  Number Seven suburb aud the  instrumental duct, of the Misses  Frame, were musical treats of  Which the audience showed its  appreciation by  hearty encores.  Mr Jlowsej* leading the affirmative in the debate, made a  strung appeal iu the interest nf  lhe ladies; and it was evident  that Mr Jack, on the negative,  was laboring under the handicap  of speaking against his own con  vietious on the questiui, though  he succeeded iu putting up some  pretty strong arguments.' The  part, taken by t.;e two young  ladies, Miss Annie Reese and  Miss Ruth Haywood, in Ihe debate was a depaituie from the  ordinary course of such discussions, which quiU' redeemed it  from the commonplace, Cut  local poet deserves jir.ii.se and we  hope to hear more from him during the winter.  . ..* 11   .1     "11"   . ���������    1  U slsi   tliC .-Mil (sets*   s,.Muii^C iu  nic  weal hei tne iempeiauiie ol   lhe  room left something to be desired,  Death lins oveitakeh another of  thtf pioneer-women of ' Vietoria in  tho person of Lou)bo Annete Sen-  brook, wife,of U. Seabrook, who  died on the 10th inst in the Royal Jubileo Hospital after a lum?  illness, at the ago df'09. 'Docwmfl-  etl,who is survived by hor 'hu������-  Is.uid, his four children, nine  grandchildren, and ' four grent  grandchildren,' all" living. Mrs,  Seabrook, who was 11 daughter of  I.i.   Inf.,   r\���������    y\Jf  the late Di  Holli*  en Jioni'-'ny men -  ber of the Iloyal College of Sur-  geons, London, came to Canada  in 180-1:. and settled in -Viotorin in  1.80'..), remaining hero permanent.  ly with n fow (leciihitiiuil vibils lo  tliu mainland. Three of her chil  dren were present at the deathbed.  Their nniuei are Mrs. 1011 Harrison, wife ��������� it" .Judge Harrison; B,  U. Seabrook, Torsinln; .J, ������I Sen-  brwok' and Mrs. (J. A. Godson,  Vue.oiiver. - Vii'l'iria Ti.ues,  Mr, 1', |\   Ilarj'ison,  barrister,  of this city, is n grandson   of the  iiU'eased lady.  CITY COUNCIL MEETS  THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of*Tb*3'G������t-iadfa*n Batik- o'f Commerce "will receive deposits-of-$i-'and'  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates.    There is ni-������  delay in withdrawing-the whole or any portibn of the deposit-.    Small  deposits are welcomed. A234  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by tlie survivor. A joint account  of this kind saves,expense in establishing' the ownership of the money  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires 'to.-provide for  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH '..'..,. ,.W. T.   WHCTE,  M   tri'g  Aid, Williti'd nsked leavt* to  bring iu a local improvements'by-  law.���������Leave grunted.     -  The"City Olerk was instructed  to notify the provincial secretary,  t!at the government newoi-8 are  eomploted, imd that the city, would  like to have the $4,000 promisci  by tho government  Aid. Hanks a^ked for additiimnl  lights for tlie lower portion '���������������������������*  Dnnsinuii- Avenue,  Chidrnian of lloitnl"of.  \V< ^ :  Mux well reported   work on sowers  progiessing Kitisfactorily,  The emineil n.ljourncd.  The City Council inot in regu-  Inr sesRion on Monday evening,  there being piwont Aldermen  Dunks Willard and Maxwell.  The minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted,-  A communication was received  from T. I), McLean in which he  eompliiined of the dumping of  ashes and,other refuso on his ]-.t  by a noighboiir  and   asked   tlmt  the party he ordered   to   have   it  removed,    Constabiu   Gray    wiil  investigate the mutter.  Accounts:-���������  T. IC. Data 850.25  Kreight,...   C. II. Tnrboll   (Jiiiiiberlan Slublo   Cumberland News.  Kleetric Light (!u   A. McKiniii.m.........  A, lames   A. Kennedy ,  S 00  2S.50  5,00  33. U0  *ll.!10  40.2."  05.75  4.00  Clements' majority according  to ollieial count in 188, The vuio  stands: Clements 1,810, Itossl,02ii"  Orange Voung Unions Masque-  rade bull on 1'Vidny night.  Mr. Albert i'ickard of Texada,  is in town,  ^'������<SM^H__&n&:a  w  I,^dieRf S?p������d|vJn-Wpflir  Hats   fo^fg  Blouses, Etc.  e  i'i  li  B  mma'.an-.mmwnmmtax  * ti-ii-i wn-*n*ii<nT*_-BrnnniiniMirn*nM>wiai_iMiiain������_ii*i-i*iwti THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  _������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������  The  ;Round-Upi  A Romaice of Arizona  Novelized From Edmund  D������y'������ Melodrama *���������> Jo  I By   JOHN   MURRAY   ������od j;  MILLS MILLER.  r   T  J avrrtg-t, MQ8, by a. W. DMlta*.  \ *  , ham Ca ���������  itt*i._.L^.L_m^a..ti*a,ah*.*taa  (Continued.)  CIIAITICH XI,  *��������� S Echo galloped across Uio prnirlo  f\       In the glorious" morning nir  / \ tlio sunshine, the lowing of  -a a** the cuttle on ,tlie hills nnd  the songs; of tlu** birds In tlie trees  along the Sweetwater hud banished all  depressing thoughts, and her mind  flwelt on her love for Jack and the  pleasantness of the lines In which her  life had fallen.  Only one small cloud had appeared  on the horizon. Jack had not shared  with her his confidences In the business of the ranch. He told her he did  not want to worry her with such cares.  True, there were times when he was  deeply abstracted, but in her presence  his moroseness vanished quickly. Carefully as he had tried to hide his secret.  she had, with a woman's intuition,  Been beneath the surface of things aad  realized that something was lacking to  complete her happiness. *  As Echo turned toward home a song  sprang to her lips. Polly spied her far  down the trail.  "Boys, she's coinln'," she shouted  to the meu, who were at the bunk  house awaiting Mrs. Payson's return.  A_ they passed the corral they called  to Jack and Allen to join them in the  living room to prepare for the surprise  for Echo.  Tbe party quickly reassembled.  "Good land." shouted Allen, "get  somethln' to cover the pianny with!"  The punchers rushed in confusion  about the room In a vain search.  "Ain't there a plagued thing we can  cover that pianny with?" cried the demoralized Allen, renewing his appeal.  Polly came to the rescue of the helpless men by plucking a Navajo blanket  from the couch. Tossing one end of It  to Show Low, she motioned to him to  help hold It up before the instrument  like a curtain,  "Stand ln front of It, everybody."  ordered Mrs. Allen, wbo had left her  cake baking and hurried In from the  kitchen. "Polly, spread your skirts���������  you, too, Jim."  Allen ran In front of the piano, hold-  ing.out an Imaginary dress In Imitation of Polly. "Which 1 ain't got  none," he cried.  Parenthesis jumped ln front of the  piano stool, trying vainly to hide It  with his legs.  "Parenthesis, put your legs together," Mrs. Allen cried.  "I can't, ma'am," walled the unfortunate puncher, Uo fell on bis knees  before the stool, spreading out his  waistcoat for ii screen. Mrs. Allen  helped him out with her skirts.  "Steady, everybody!'' shouted Jack.  "Hero she Is!" yelled Sagebrush na  the door opened and the astonished  Echo faced those she loved and liked,  Echo made n pretty picture framed  In the doorway. She wore her riding  habit of olive green, from the hem of  which''peeped her soft boots. Her hut,  broad, picturesque, typical of the  southwest, had slipped backward,  forming a background for her pretty  face. An amused smile played nbout  the corners of her mouth.  "Well, what Is It?" alio smiled in-  qulrlngly,  The group looked nt her sheepishly.  No ono ventured to answer her question.  "What's the matter?" sho resumed.  "You're herded up llko a bunch of  cows In it norther."  Sagebrush begun gravely to explain,  Me got only uh fur ns "This lion? boln'  it birthday" when Echo Interrupted  lilm: "Oli! Then It's a birthday pnrty?"  Once stopped, Sagebrush could not  pet Htarled again. He floored his  thront with more emphasis thun po-  llleiieHH, Striking the iittltudi? of un  orator, wit It ouo hand uprnlsod and  the other on lilt-f hip, ho IioiiiiiumI and  lmwed until bonds of perspiration  trickled from his temples.  Again ho nerved himself for tlio or-  deal.  "Mobbo," ho gMiipod.  Then he opened and closed hln  mouth, froglike, several times, taking  long, gulping brent lis. At last, looking  Helplessly about lilm, he shouted, "Oh,  shucks, you tell her, Jnck!" lie pushed  him toward J*>lio. Jnck restwl his  hnnd on the table and began, "Wo'vo  n surprise fnr vou���������thnt Is, the boys  linte"-  "Whnt Is HV" linked Kcho eagerly.  "You've got to call It blind," broko In  Sagebrush,  "IJness It," cried Fresno.  "A pony rnrt," hazarded Echo.  ' {Mill* ii>,  Wss',     K.lid   S'uuV,    M'V>   ill   iti_  Idea of presenting r.eho with anything  ���������pit wheels,  F.f'ho then guessed, "Hewing machine."  Hiicrebnisli encniiniged hor, "That'll  HC's-Msin* ni(0 H.   r,0 on. go on."  "Well, then, It's n"~  ftagebrush grew more excited. He  Mined mul lowered himself on his lues,  backing toward the piano, "(lo It;  you're geltln' there." he shouted,  "It's tt"-  Again she hesitated, to bo helped on  by Sagebrush with the nsmirnnce:  "fihc'M do It    Flre nwny.   It's n"~  "A"~  "(Jo on,"  Sagebrush In hla enthusiasm backed  too far Into the blanket screen. His  spurs became entangled. To save himself from a fall he threw out his hand  behind him.* They struck the polished  cover of the Instrument, slid off. and  Sagebrush sat down on������the keys with  an unmistakable crash.  "A piano!" cried Echo exultantly.  "Who done that?" demanded Show  Low angrily.  Parenthesis from his place on the  floor looked at the mischief maker In  disgust,  "Sagebrush!" he shouted.  "Givin' the hull thing away," snarled  Fresno.  Show Low,could contain himself no  longer, doing up to Sagebrush, he  shook his list In his face, saying:  "You're the limit, You ought to be  herd In' sheep."  The victim of the accident humbly  replied, "1 couldn't help it,"  Mrs. Allen smoothed out the differences by declaring: "What's the difference? She wouldn't have guessed, not  In a million years. Stand away an'  let her see It."  Fresno swept them nil aside with  the blanket.  "Oh, Isn't It beautiful���������beautiful!"  cried Echo.  "Who���������what���������where"��������� she stammered, glancing from one to tho other,  her eyes finally resting on Jack.  "Not guilty!" he cried. "You'll have,  to thank the boys for this."  With hnppyi!tears welling up ln her  eyes, Echo said: "1 do thnnk them.  J. do, I do. 1 can't tell how delighted  I am. I can't say how much this  menus to me. Oh, 1 thank you! I  say it once, but I feel It a thousand  times," She seised each of the boys  by the hand and shook it heartily.  "Would you like to have another selection?" asked Fresno, relieving tbe  tension of the situation.  "No!" shouted, tiie punchers unanimously. Fresno looked very much  crestfalleu since he considered that  be had made a deep impression by his  iirst effort.  "Mrs. Payson's goin' to hit us out a  tune," unnouueed Sagebrush.     "  Echo seated herself .tit the piano.  Jack leaned against the instrument,  gazing fondly into her eyes as she  raised her face, radftiut with happiness. Allen had taken possession of  the best rocking chair. Mrs. Allen  sat at the table, aud the boys ranged  themselves about the room. Their  faces reflected gratification. They  watched Echo er-rectantly.  Echo played the opening bars of  ';;The Old Folks at Home." Before she  sang Fresno, holding up his right Judex finger, remarked to no one In par-  ucularr"I~washed''tharfiuger;"'-r���������*   The singing deeply affected her little audience. Echo had a sweet, natural voice. She threw her whole soul  into the old ballad. She was so happy  she felt like singing, not lively airs,  but songs about home. Her new home  had become so dear to her at that moment.  Mrs. Allen, as usual, began to cry.  Polly soon followed her example.  There were tears even in "the eyes of  some of the punchers, although they  blinked vigorously to keep them back.  When she repented the chorus Sagebrush said to Fresno, "Ain't that  grent?"  Thnt worthy, however, with the  jealousy of an artist and to hide his  own deeply moved sensibilities, replied, "That nln't so much."  Jnck hnd become completely nbsorb-  ed in tho music.   He and Echo wete  waist and kissed her. "There isn't auy  limit ou my love." he dec-lured.' "I  want you to be happy"���������..  "Don't  you  think   1   am?"  laughed  Echo.   "I'm the  happiest   womnn  on  j earth, Jack, and it's all you.  1 wain to  be more than a wife to you.   1 want to  be a'helpmate, but you won't let me."  A wistful expression crept over  Echo's countenance.'  "Who says so?" he demanded playfully, as If he would puuhjli uny mnn  who dared make such an nceusaiioti.  Echo turned on the stool aiid took  his hnnd. "I know it," she said, witli  emphasis, "You've been -worried nh.out  something fur days and days. Don't  toll me you haven't,"  Jack opened bis lips as if to contradict her, "We women learn to look  beneath tlie surface. "What is. It,  inck?" she.continued.  Jack loosened liis wife's hand clasp  und walked over to the table.  "Nothing. What should I have to  worry about?"   He spoke carelessly,  "The mortgage?" suggested Echo,  "I paid that off last week." explained Jack,  Echo felt deeply hurt that this news  should have been kept from lie,* by  her husband,  "You did, and never told me?" she  chlded. "Where did you get the mou-  ey?" she Inquired.  "Why, I"- Jack halted. He could  not frame an excuse at once nor Invent n new lie to cover his old sin.  Deeper nnd deeper he was gettiug into  the mire of deception.  Echo had arisen from the seat. "It  was over $3,000, wasn't It?" she Insisted,  "Something like that." answered  Jack uoncommlttally.  "Well, where did you get it?" demanded his wife.  "An old debt���������a friend of mine���������I  loaned him the money a long time ago,  and he paid it back���������that's all." "  Jack took a drink of water from the  olla to hide his confusion.  "Whc was it?" persisted Echo. '  "You wouldn't know if I told you.  Now, just stop talking business."  "It isn't fair." declared Echo. "You  share all the good things of life with  me, and 1 want to share some of your  business worries. I want to stand my  share of the bad."  Jack saw he must humor her.  "When the bad comes I'll tell you," he  assured her, patting her band.  "You stand between me and the  world. You're like a great big mountain standing guard over a little tree  in the valley, keeping the cold north  wind from treating It too roughly."  .She_-sighedJ_coutentedly,__!!.But__tbe,  mountain does it all."  Jack looked dowu tenderly at hia  little wife. Her love for lilm moved  him deeply.  "Not at all," he said to her. "The  little tree grows greeu and beautiful.  It casts a welcome, shade about it. and  the heart of the mountain 'is made  glad to its rocky core to know that the  safety of that little tree is lu Its keeping."  Taking her iu his arms, he kissed  her again and again.  "Kissing again!" shouted Polly from  the doorway. "Say, will you two uev-  er settle dowu to business? There's  Bud Lnne nu' a bunch of others Just  como into the corral. Maybe they  want you, Jack."  Juck excused himself, As he stepped out on the piazza he asked Polly,  "Shall 1 send Bud In?"'  "Let him come ln if ho wnuts to,  I'm not Beiidln' for him,"   Polly spitefully turned up her nose at him.   Jack  laughed as ho closed the door.  (To ha continued,)  "/ want 1/ou to lie >ut\)}i\i."  oblivious to surroundings, Ills nrm  hnd slipped nbout IiIh wife's wnlst,  und she gazed fondly Inlo his face,  Sagebrush was the lirst to notice tholr  attitude. On his calling ths* attention  of the Iio.vh to tholr happiness these  quietly tiptoed from the room, puiiy  ���������MUliniiil (o Alrn. AJU'ii uinl fs/'L.tml  the boys, Josephine invoke Jim ns If  from a drenm and led hlrn slowly out.  lenvlng the yunw couplo In nn earthly  pnrndlse of mnrrled love,  V.'!;.-.*: !",-!:- !!.'*!"!*'*'! "���������'"* !'ir'v**J !���������-  mirprl-M- to Hud themselVfR alone.  "Wns It ns bud uh that?" she naively  nsked Jack.  "What?"  "Why, they've nil left us,"  Jnck Inughod softly. "So they have,  I forgot the,) w-.'1'c here," he wittl. low-Ring fondly down at his wife,  Echo begun lo play quietly nnothor  bnlliiil. "I've always wanted u plnno,"  "lie Hii'.d.  "You'd have found one her* waiting  If I'd only known It," lie chlded.  "You've riven tin* so inus-lj nlrendy,"  J "lie murmured, "I've been a big ex.  pense to you."  Jack ngnln slipped his nrm about Imr  BREATH  OF  A  WOLF.  tiara'* a Persian Remedy If a Ben*  Sticks In Your Throat.  A now and Ingenious remedy for a  bono ln the throat'will be found In an  nccount of a Persian pilgrimage published under tho tltlo of "Tho Glory  of tho Slila World." The doctor was  Mlran Sndlk Khan, chief physician of  the vnkll ul mulk:  "The patient wus brought In on tho  verge of dentil, and when his condition hnd been described the learned  physician stroked his long board nnd  cxclulmod: 'By Allah! This case would  bo hopeless except for uie. whoso perception Is phenomenal, Tho causo of  this man's state Is u bone lodged In  tho throat so 'Irmly that no efforts  nvnll to dislodge It. Tbereforo either  tho man must quickly dio or tho bone  must be dissolved, nud by whnt agency? TluitikH be to Allah, 1 nm n phy  slclnn nnd a Kermnnl nnd hnvo observed thut wolves, who live on rnw  ment nnd honed, novor suffer nny  calamity such ns thnt of the pntlent.  Therefore It Is clear to me that the  breath of n wolf dissolves bonus and  thnt If one breathes down the thront  nf n pntlent tho bono will be dissolved,'  "Infinite are the marvels of Allah,  for when n wolf belonging io n buffoon was brought in nnd breathed on  the piUH'iit suddenly a (il of choking  ensued und the none, dissolved with  out doubt by the hrenth of iho wolf  wn������ loosened und extracted."  PUTTING THINGS IN BOOKS.  A Habit Once Condemned  Ic Shown  to Have Some Merit.  "1 onc<j had u prejudice against a,  habit indulged in by some otherwise  ���������sensible people���������the baby of putting  tilings in books," suys the-writer, of a  charming- article in oThe Atlantic  Monthly. '"1 mean pressed flowers,  Christmas curds, locks of hair, kodak  'pictures, and all bucli, * tokens ��������� and  trinkets, 1 could give logical reasons  for my disapproval,  "'Ihus 1 argued, and like Horatio,  did in i>art uoiievo. iiut now 1 come  as a sutner to repentance. It seems  U> me that i snail not merely look  Y-.-itu approval upou tho habit I for-  nier'.y uisliked, but tlmi i my sell shall  some day go to my treasure-boxes and  transfer tlieir precious contents to  books 1 may never again open,  "My chunge of heart camo in this  wise. A dear friend, dying, bequeathed to me her small library. 1 wondered when 1 lirst touched the volumes  U 1 should ever be ab.e to regard them  us mere books, or to read tno gayest  of them without sadness. Tbe loved  namo wus written in a delicate, old-  fushioned hand on overy inside cover,  but sun more sadly reuundiul were  the mementoes nna keepsakes lying  between the pages; for my friend had  put tilings in books, lu* nearly, every  volume l found pressed..,'��������� Howexs,. remembrance card's, or the notes and  questions of the student and teacher,  all reminding ine of the friend who  was gone. And yet, when I came upon pieces ot lnce, solt curls of a  baby's hair, strips of yellow ribbon���������  lier favorite color���������1 felt that 1 could  hear her speak and see her smile  again. 1 welcomed all the little keepsakes;'for in no other way would my  frieud have left me so much of herself.  "One evening I took from among  these gift books, the translation of the  Iliad, wishing to rest my mind and  perhaps learn a new thing. Idly turning the, leaves,' I dislodged, two folded  letters, slightly yellowed by time. 1  opened them���������and what to me then  were the grievous woes of heroes, the  schemes of gods and goddesses?"  The two letters were from A. Bron-  son Alcott ana John U. Whittier, the  poet.  "No more of Hector and Achilles  that evening! Here was metal more  attractive. All my arguments against  the habit of putting things in books  were doubly proved���������and then forgotten. What matter if iny * attention was  distracted; and poor old Homer was  neglected. What matter if the two letters had been lost in the Iliad for  perhaps a .quarter of a century? It  was not. for me to object on that  score, since there the letters lay, in  my hands. I saw that I could not  -maintain my miserable little _ pre ju-_  dice against a**habit capable of bringing me such delight. I was ready'to  accept the wlfole system; nay, even to  adopt it. Perhaps an unconditional  surrender was not required as my pen-  nnce; I admit it-was very illogical, lor  ���������probably I shall never again.find such  lire' treasures-,*.between" tae leaves of  any book, Dut there is a blessed state  of "mind when one throws logic to the  wind and gives allegiance to a cause  right ..from* the henrt; and I was in  that  state of  mind.  "Yet in spite of my own conversion  1 shall attempt no proselytising. Thi?  habit of putting things in books is  admirable only in those who practice  it unconsciously and indiscriminately.  Commonness would rob it of nil its  delicacy nnd charm, I would not  wish to see it become a fad, or the  cornerstone of a'sect. Hut for me there  is no escape. The message is written,  'Enough has been said; the thing is  to do.' I have just found two four-  leal clovers, and 1 go to place ono of  them in my newest couk of "Hamlet"  and the other in the Iliad, with the  two fine old letters."  A MARTYR TO HEADACHES?  DW53_i____?c___  25c, a Box at your dru*jg*ist*������.  vlll make life comfortable for vou afaln.  They relieve the worst headache in 30 mlnutea or lesa.  Nation*] Drua ami C-stmical Camatmr at C*awU. Uml.ti,      *���������      ������      ���������  31  PLAYED AJHELL GAME.  A Parliamentary Joke by a New South  Wales Solon.  Australia once had a great public  Joke, which was piuyed openly tn the  New South Wales state parliament by  a member who afterward becamo attorney jienerni.  A bill bud been introduced to protect native flowers rioin ruthless destruction. The bonora ble member uprose aud sympathized. He Informed  the Introducer of therblll���������a aotuewtint  pompous ttciitlemnu���������thnt he heartily  approved. But why these Invidious  distinctions? The bill protected-aud  be quoted all tbe botanical names lu  the bill.  But why were other flowers equally  deserving neglected* Why were���������aud  here be reeled off a long Hat of tbe  Latin names for cockles, mussels, oys*  iters, etc*���������why' were these uweet flowers to be blighted In their bloom by  being plucked by any**-prowliuff excursionist who wanted something In bis  buttonhole?  Tlie introducer of the bill promptly  offered to extend the list to Include  these. So half the shellflRh on the  const. Including the periwinkle, were  added to tbe flowers worthy of protection.  The offlclnls of the house discovered  the hoax next dny and set It rlgbt.  But the joke was too good to be fcept  quiet, and all Australia chuckled at  the expense of the pompous legislator.  ���������London Answers.  Must Pay Balance.  "Wnko up, cull," snys the burglar,  shaking tho man by the shoulder.  ' The mnn wukea up���������and jumps up  too. * y,  ,  "Wha-what do you wn-want?    he  asks, ������  "I wont, troo dis house las' wock nn  got $10 an' n bum gold wiikih," explained Uio burerlnr, "an' de pnpors  Raid dat you snid your loss wns $100  an' joolry to do amount o' $500 or  *l������U0."  ",Yo.ycsP"  "Well, make good, sport. Me pard-  ner dat was wntchin' on de, outside  Hindi! me cough up do difference bo-  twecn whnt I cot nn' what you snid  1 got, Now you've got to mnko good.  You can't bunt mo dat way,"  Chow Ton In Slam.  Tn Sinm Ihey oliew lea in place of  lobnoco, Tliey cull it mleng. It is in  a plug, liko ciu'wiiig toUncs^o, nnd 1ms  a vlllainou* smell, duo to tlie fermon.  tntlon it. has undergone. The Ion  thnt the Slnmosa employ for chewing purposes is n vory conrso, rank  plant, It iH gathered like ordinary  ten, but the leaves, after hoing com**  proceed into plii(*s, are buried for 1ft  days. They ferment during burial  and on their resurrection aro vory,  very frngrnnt, indood. The Siamese  boatmen chow ten, the 'riclishnw men  chew it nnd even the litterateurs  chew it. They say it miikos them  work bettor.  A Queer Crsw,  At an hostelry at llelvedero, in Kent,  a strnngo friendship has gradually  grown between a sjainiel. a terrier, h  black kitten, and a bantam cock, nil  of which sleep together each night in  the name leiinel and an* gKinl liiuui*  throughout the dny.  Too True.  ������������������nriclgot, I fi*! so ill I wish you  would not go out to-day. Couldn't you  let what you nre going for jum *u  well to-morrow?"  "Faith an' Oi can to-morrow oi  fcittty Jti*y. I vsui* i^uiu' out U> gi-X ww  aW A tUttt Ull),"  A Wonderful Dress.  Tn the South African pageant at  Cupa Town a wonderful dross was  worn by one of the performers. According to Thn Cnpo Argus, Miss  TWinnn woro n flowered brocade dress  '.vl.'ir!; V*r Unci! imoe<3treu������ broutrht  to the Cape from Holland in 17-40.  exactly 170 yoiirs ugo,  Whsn Dining Out  ���������Topi"  "V.a, my ann"  ������������������Whni, is nn imim������������i������ ������wi������*imerr  "Why, he's tn*-* una who lixnnllr hss  to pny the rheri* for, ihe dinners, my  j boy."~Ynnkers Htniestnan.  DON'T MIND BIG NOISES.  But Slight. Rustling 8oundi Make Giraffes   I remblr With Pear.  Among the curious characteristics ot  the giraffe is Ua utrtxnge Indifference  to loud noises hs contrasted with its  peculiar "scarlness" with reference to  slight sounds. Noisy sounds, like that  of a man walking near in hobnailed  boots, the giraffe does not appear to  notice, hut muni id It be approached by  h woman whose skirts give ont liut  the slightest rustle the sound thereof  causes the giraffe to start up with  pricked ears aud eyes distended lu  fear.  ���������oairials-of-a-zootoglcal-lnstltutlon,-  sltuated near-n cnnai. tell of a curious  Instance of this |se<*tillnrltj of giraffes.  After a terrible explosion, of gunpowder on n barge on the ca mil the Keep  ers were astonished to observe that  the giraffes took little notice of tbe  tremendous I* blast <' They Jumped to  their teet but almost nt, once lay  dovlu Hguln when they found that  uothlng extraordinary hnd happened  In their ineloxure. But were a keeper  at night to creep along outside that  iiicl-Miire in his siocklng fet������t the queer  henstx would exhibit sucli terror thut  one would imagine them nbout to dash  themselves in terror against the fences  -Wii'iiffes fear the lurking toe, and a  big hHiig scares tneui hardly nt all. To  them the faint, rustling mitind Is a to  ken ot the greatest dunger In thnt  respect tbey lire like deer.-New York  Press,  GROW OWN TABLE DAINTIES.  Eviry Farm, No Matter What Its SUe,  Should Have a Kitchen Garden.  Perhaps the most characteristic feature of our northern and eastern furui*  Is the home vegetable garden, say*  W. II, Beattle. assistant horticulturist,  bureau of piunt Industry. lOA'ii where*  no orchard has been planted, and  where the ornamental surroundings uf  the home, have been neglected, a fairly  well kept garden In which are grown  a number of the staple kinds of vegetables Is generally to be found. In  many cases the principal Interest In  tho garden ls manifested by the women of the household and much of the  necessary care ls given by them. A  small portion of tho garden inclosure  is generally devoted to the cultivation  of flowers, nnd a number of medicinal  plants are Invariably present.    ������ ~  Throughout the newer parts of the  country oue finds that the condition*  governing the maintenance and use of  the vegetable, gurdeu are somewhat  different, and. while a number of vegetable crops may be grown somewhere-  bu the fiirm. there la wuntiug that distinction so characteristic of the, typlcai}  New England kitchen garden.  It would be Impossible to make ao  accurate estimate of the value of crop*  grown lu the kitchen gardens of Ununited States, but from careful ob-  servntlon the stntement can safely be  made that n well kept garden wilt  yield a return 'ten to flteen times  greater than would the same area mid  location if devoted to general.-farm*  crops. A half acre devoted to the-  various kinds of garden crops will  easily supply a family with $100 worth*  of vegetables during the year, whiltr  the average return for farm crops I*  considerably less than oneteiuh of  this amount.    A  bountiful supply of  Many Things Different In Holland.  Holland is io uie on* of the most interesting countries in Kuro'iKs, writes  Utnirge ll. Sims Apart trom the excitement of uavlim m Uo a bit of  Blondln, wllh the edge of n canal for  your tight rope, nl intervals of n few  minutes Hit day long, the Dutch themselves lurtiisn you never, ending study,  1 love to see the little ,l)uteh boy of  six smoking nls clay plpt* or,his cigar  ns he clings lo lus miumnn's skirt.  There Is something ni once novel and  startling In ntHling Dutch cheese nnd  n peuiij' bun placed lu front of every  guest nt the breiiutnsi inble. In n  lnnd where n pnoile cmnpiiij.v is a  MnutnciiiipplJ ninl iionrlj* every house  of rest n urn I Inn iuiiiihiiii'ph thnt tho  thirsty traveler onn there obtain "Tnp-  pnrlj, Wlltici'lJ nnd Sieinp," mere Is always something to amuso you.  vegetables close at hand where tliey"  may  be secured at a few  moments'  notice   is  of   even   more  Importance  than the mere money value.  Fresh vegetables from the home*  garden nre not subjected to exposure*  on the mnrkets or In transportation  aud are not liable to become Inffected  In any way. Many of tbe products of  the garden lose their eharncterlstlc*  flavor when not used within a few o  hours nfter gathering. By means of  the home gurdeu the production of the*  vegetable supply for the fnmily Is*  directly under control, and In many,  cases Is the only way whereby clcun,  fresh produce may be secured.  The home vegetnble garden la worthy of lucreused attention, nnd ������  greater number and variety of crop*  should be included ln the cardeu.  The���������. question of proximity to the  house or other buildings Is of grout importance when locating a garden. !u  old bomestends the garden wns generally located directly adjacent to the  house, requiring but a few steps from  tho kitchen to reach the extreme pni't*  of the garden. The work of oaring for1  a garden Is usually done nt spnro-  times, nnd for this renson nlone tho-  locution should be nenr the dwelling.'  In cuse the site cIiohcu fotHhe gui'den  slihuld become iniAultnblp for nny  cntisp, It Is not a difficult mntter ta  chnngo the locution. Mnny persons  prefer to plnn the gnrden lu a different  location every live or six yenrs.  Agreed.  ���������Td glvo nnythitig nlmost If I had  Mrs. Toner's snvoir fnlre."  ' "I think* It much moro patriotic to  own  nn  Amorionn  mnto cnr."-Blr-  minghiiiu A go-Humid.  Pishing Luck,  "llnvt nny nick on your Ashing  trlp7"  "Yes. Counting those tlmt got awny  nnd ihnwe we tnrpw hni'k, we nlmost  got seven.''-Detroit Free Press.  Her Crltlolsm,  "T wish Frltx would write his flgures  plainer I enn'i possibly toll from his  letter whether It Is l.ddO or 10.CHHJ  giuwssa thnt nu wends iuu."���������Fllegeudo  Blatter  Like Unto It.  "Lovp thy neighbor ns thysolf and  nlso Plop tnlltlng nbout yourself now  nnd thon nnd sny a fow kind word*  about blm.-Norfollc Ledger Dlspntch.'  Natural Class.  "Tho mttn who make**- mich nn all*  gntlon ngnlnst mo Is a reptile."  "Well, nnturnlly ho la aa allogator,**  ���������Baltlmoro American.  Ignorance In tbo prltnnry eourco ot  nil misery and vlco.-Oousln.  Thi������ eonee������������inn������ of th# weak art tbt  concessions of tear.-Hitrks*.  W. N. U��������� No. 164,  fir, Pierce's Favorite Prescription  l������ (lie be������t oi ell medicines for Ihe cure ol dlteises,  dliorderi ond weaknesses peculiar to women. It is the  only preparation of its kind devised by a refularly iradu-  sted phyiioion���������an experienced and skilled specialist in  the divesiei of women.  It Is a safe medlclnei in any condition of the system.  THE ONE REMRDY which contains no alcohol  and no injurious lialilt-foriuln* drugs and whloh  creates nn oraviatf for sucb stimulants.  THE ONE REMEDY so |ood tbat Its matters  ara not nfrnld to print its every ingredient on  ������������������oh outilde bottle >wrapper and attest to tha  truthfulneai of  tha tarn a ������m\*r oath.  It Is sold by medlolne dealers everywhere, snd any dealer who h������*n't it cin  get it. Don't lake a substitute ol unknown composition (or this medicine, or  snown composition. No counterfeit is ss good as lhe genuine and the drugglsr  who ityi lomething else Is "just at good as Dr. I'ierce't" is either miitsken  or ii trying to deceive you Ior his own selfish benefit. Such a man is not to b������  trusted. He is trifling with your roott priceless posseesion-your liesllh���������  ���������may be your tiCe iUtU.   Stt that jou f<f what you mi fir. ^   I  M  _MI__ i(*f>  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Hun  Company  LIMITED  The Name "COCKSHUTT" Stands For all  That is Good in,Plows and. Agricultural  Implements  CRICULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS  Well, Weill  JTHISlta HOME DYE  dl?"* ANYONE  can use  I dyed ALL these  ^DIFFERENT KINDS   *"'      of Goods  pssr" mm fhe SAME oVe.  ,r^ lused  DVOLA  [0N_M���������ALIK1NDS"<H  CLEAN and SIMPLE to Use.  NO ch.nco of tiling the WRONG Dye (or thu Goods)  one Ism to color.'' All colon (rum your UruuKlssl or  Dealer, FREE Color Cars! and STORY Uooklet it,  Tho Johnkon-Klchardton Co., Limited, Montreal,  A N?*, -Jendalls  pavin  8������ve trie differ*  eace between the  cost   of  R   gotsd  horse aud 11.00���������Use  ��������� bottle of  cont of  Kcudoll'i Spavla Cure,  You caa cure a Spavis, Spllut,  -RlafDone, Bony Growth or Lameness,  with It. like Ihouoands have done, Read  th������������e letter* ��������� they will prove tbat  Keudall'e ii  The One Safe. Reliable Core.  Oaaeil, Ont., Dec 14th, UH.  PIsmu* itni m. your TrwU.. vn tke Horn.   I  h������r������ 1k������ii ssilag y������sir Spavin Curt 9>r a nunstor  "  tt r������rt with jowl mr������H, htvissit during that  rtlns, cured a Spavin on a toIsmIsI. hsirse and  have   alto   tsMtaWsferulao-,   hwkIIIism,    .to. ���������  affeetlraljr. Olirlatlaa Beudor, A-  - W. W. luunrii, Coattat, >lt������.,wrltn.| Julrlitti.lllO;',  *'I hart M������ad jraur Spuria Cure R)f xeara, and .  hare coinnlettlx nsiril Kuot K���������t lis my held ut  '-cattlfl, atstl S|>lltttaass4 Sisavlnann hniNNi... I flstd  that it cures wherarer It Is faithfully appllrd,"  No need to Worry nliout ybur horse'if  you have a bottle of Kendall's Spavin  Cure on haad for emergency.    Get a  "boHle"from"yourdrugBiBt'at'once^"I>on't*'  take a substitute: The great book,  "Treatise on ihe Hortc," free, of drug-  fists, or write to jjjiA  Dr. B. J. Kendall la., Entsborg Falls, Vt  Silvor Pine Healing OH  *mmmmwammmmam*mammm*m^mmmaa^mammmmm������ammmmmi^m  Healed a Barb-Wire Cut  without leaving a scratch  ��������� )���������  Mnn. Katk McCranr, or Mow.  wuv, Man., writes:  "Flense send me n bottle ol  jrour Silver Pine Healing Oil. ������������������ I,  had a colt cut Inst winter with  barb wire���������I used half a bottle nnd  It healed up and didn't leava n  wralclt. Now I liaveanoMiercolt'  ihat tin!) Rot cut that I calculate  ;o heal with what is left, butT  would lilto lo hnve you tsend me  another bottlo if I should happen  to need it, for I think I could not  .jet on without it,"  For all kinds of wounds,  bruises, burns and sores  on animals or human  beings, Silver Fine Healing Oil is ft quick, safe and  wonderful healer, Keep a  bottle on Imnd for times of  ipeed, In'25-1., 60c. and $1,00 bottles, at  your dealer's or from the  UtsrnclliBsl Hock Fsod Ca..LinlliiTirulilCi-i  LAUGHTER.  a ***  How It Has Been  Dafinad  and Seme  Folks Who Never Tried It  What, 18 laufjuterv An American hu-  morlst litis nil led It "uu undignified  widening of tlit* uuniun uioutli, accptn-  panied by ������ noise resembling ������ cough  lu the effort to uvold swullowlng a  chestnut."  '.'La lighter." *sn,v������ Prof-essor Sir  Charles Hell, "Is a convulsive action of  the dluphrugm. In this state the person draws n rull breath and throws It  out lu interrupted short ond audible  caclilnnntlonH. Tlila convulsion of the  diaphragm is tin*.principal part ot the  physical mnnlftnttiitlon* of Inughter.  "liut there ure several accessories,  especially the sharp vocal utterance  arising from the violent tension of the  larynx nnd the expression of the features, this being a more Intense form  ot the smilo. In extreme cases the  eyes nre moistened by tho effusion  from the liiclii-ytnul glands."  Tliere are some people wbo cannot  laugh, who are wholly unable to enjoy  either the phyalcul or the mental luxury of a laugh. Thus it was said of  William 111. that he was utterly at n  loss to understand what could be got  out of laughter except loss of -dignity.  There are many persons in history  who have been, according to common  report, -inenpa ble of laughter. Queen  Mary i��������� John Knox, Kobesplerre and  M alike arc examples. The Iron Duke  .bimseif'rarely,*.-if ever, went beyond a  gruuu-Strand Magazine.  SECONDJIGHT.  An Apparition That Was ��������� Messengar  of Death.  Tbo third Lord 'luinpletown used lo  tell of an extraordinary and really nu  tbentlc case of second jilght. 11 n*  brother, Henry Upton, the see-nid via  count, was with his regiment aliroiitl  when he and severnl- brother otlleerH  buw nu old fileud wearing trouswry  and Rlili't only-pass through the mess  room, to another room from which  tliere wan uo outlet. Tbey followed  nud saw nobody, aud the sentry persisted tbnt no person had entered.  Henry Upton wrote to his brut ber,  nfterwurd third viscount, to request  him to^o to their1 friend's lodgings in  London und Und out whnt he was doing ut such and such an hour on a certain dny. The brother In London compiled und found, that tbelr friend had  died, but not on the day he had beeu  seen nbroud.  Later the landlady was asked oh  onib ������s to tbe dnte and hour of death  and whether bo hnd died In a white  shirt with a blue check.   After some  His Memory Failed Him  "Do you remember our drat meeting?" alio nskud, ��������� "No," ho replied,  "I haven't tlio slightest rocolloetion  ���������o������ It." "Oh, yo������!. How ntupid of mo.  I remembor now that you woro soiiho-  Iosh under your cnr."~Chicago Ko-  cord-Hornld.  Ilo sum of your ability ns a fighter  before yountlnek it mini who in non re  proof,  STRENUQUSTMUSIC.  A Story Thev Tell of Strauss' Ability  as a Conductor.  "The late Thomas Wentworth Hig-  giniion." snld^ a. Harvard Instructor,  "loved music, but not the extremely  technical music of Klcbnrd Strauss,  Ravel and others of that type.  vConcernini? Strauss and his banging, '"crashing music, Colonel Hlggin*  son used to tell n story.  "He said that Strauss went one summer on a hunting trip in the mountains. It chanced that on a certain  afternoon a - terrific' thuhderstoirm descended on the hunting party. Amid  earsplltring thunder and blinding light-  -nlug..Hnitd-deiiiges.o������.raln_whippediby���������  a roiirlng * wiud. the huntsmen all  Bought shelter.  "Where, though, was Strauss?        '  "Three friends set out in alarm to  look for bim. -They feared tha'VIn the  wild chaos oWhe storm he had fallen  down a precipice. After a long while  they found him. Tliey found bim do-  lug���������whnt do ynu suppose?  "Stnuiss stood bareheaded on the  -summit *of a lofty crag. The lightning played about hip in vivid violet  flashes; the ruin deluped him; the  thunder rolled nnd rumbled nround  him; thp roaring wind flapped his coat-  tails about his hend. and the musician.  a ramrod In his hnnd.'was busily engaged on his high crng In conducting  the thunderstorm!"-Washington Star  demur she confessed that her lodger i things" to "wear  A  Bright  Boy  In most regular lilies of work the  old bunds usually try to play some  joke on each new boy tbnt starts in at  tlie business. That bunk clerks are  no exception to this rule was indicut-  ed by a joke, played on tlie now  "junior" ia u bank in' Collingwood,  says na eastern exchange,    " ,  The youngster was sent out to a  merchant to collect two dollars on a  draft, ."and he got back to tho bunk  with two.American' silver dollars.  "Where did you    got   thoso   ciirt-  ���������wheels?" tusked the eoHcction - "clerk, j  "Don't you know that, they're worth j  only forty-eight cents ench?"  , The bpy looked badly scared.  "Better tnke. tbem to the accountant," suid the collection clerk. "But  I guess lie can't do anything for you,"'  "No, only worth forty-eight cents  ench,''' snid the accountant..  The boy wns still, more'frightened so  be. took the big silvor pieces home, intending to turn in two bills if lie could  persuade his father to let him have  tho bills.,  Next /morning the "youngster turned  in two Cnnndinn bills. He had a big  parcel under his arm, and he proudly  exhibited to the clerks a grent collection   of   ties,    stockings,   and other  THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.  In Pitt's Day ths Speaker Kept Him  self Stimulated With Porter.  The speaker of the Kngllsh House of  commons  Holds  an  enviable  position  today, but It was not until oompiiiu-  tlvely modern times that the speaker  ceased to be 0 partisan, nor was nls  position   alwnya  one   of   Its   present  dignity.   In the time oMMtt ihe speaker was accustomed to solace himself  with 'a draft of porter:  Like sad Prometheus fastened to the rook.  In vain ho looks for pity to thu clock.  In vain tho effects ot strengthening porter.  tries ��������� -     -a  And nods to Belamy for fresh, supplies.  Manners were somewhat looser ln  those days/than they.are now. Pitt  himself on oue occasion showed signs  of a too copious libation to the gods,  aud this gave rise to the celebrated  couplet:  I'cnnnot see the speaker, Hat.   Can youT  What!   Cannot see the speaker?  1 see twov  It ls snld thnt on one occasion Mr.  Dlsrnell arrived' nt the house some-  whnt "tinder the influence" and was so  ���������Indiscreet as to nttnek Mr. Gladstone,  theu prime minister, upou some point  6f foreign policy. Mr. Gladstone replied wltherlngly that "the right bon*  orable gentleman evidently has .sources  of Inspiration from which her majesty's  ministers ure debarred."���������ArgouauU-.,  did.not die when she brst stated, out  on the day'when his friends had seen  him pirtts through the muss room.  it seems the date or demise bnd  been fnlslUed "on account'.lot his pension, wblcb was almost all bin family  bnd to depend upon. And he died in  a white shirt with n blue cheek; bis  landlady having lent one of her husband's to bim on the morning of his  death.���������London Court .ibnruui.  SHE WANTED LIGHT.  Wanted���������Two Good Murderers.  Some curious letters passed between  Garrlck nnd n mini named Stone. Tbe  latter wus employed to get recruits for  the low purts of the drama, nnd one  night he wrote to Garrlck, "Sir, the  bishop of Winchester is getting dr'uub  at tho Bear and swears he will noi  piny tonight"  At tirst sight this seems peculiar con  duct for n bishop, but It should be explained that the eommunleation ouly  refers to the mnn engaged to tnke that  character In the piny of "Henry VIII,"  On another occnslon <inrrlek wrote  to Stono: "If yon enn get me two good  murderers I will pay you handsomely,  particularly the spouting fellow whe  keeps the apple stiill on Tower hill  The cut In his fan* Is Just the thing  Pick me up nn iilderinnn or two foi  'Richard' if you enn, and I huvo uo ub  Jcotlou to treat with you for n comely  mayor."  And 8o Sho,Had tho Windows Fixed  Exactly to Her Taste.  The architectural feature of the  new bouse that caused a decided domestic rupture was the windows. The  man was In favor of medium sized  windows, with small panes to match  the rest of the house, but his wife insisted upon enormous sheets ot plate  glass. , ������������������  "You '.nre',awny all day and do not  know whet lier I can see my hn nd De-  fore me at noontime or not." she said;  "but 1 am in the bouse most ot the  time and must'; nave, plenty of light  ���������and-suiishliie." ������������������-~-���������<-���������*���������-  So tbey tiad big windows: Before  tbe carpenter left she ordered inside  shutters put up. The family's tirst  ulgbt In their uew nonie was" celebrated by adjusting two sets or window shades, one wtilte. the other dark  green, which served as n background  for two pnlrs of curtain*-, one of silk,  the other of lnce. On the third day  the man helped bis wife to hang additional sash curtains, and on the fourth  day he found a man tinkering wltb the  outside of the window ledge.  "He Is Just getting rpudy to put up  the awnings." she explained.  Her litis band looked at the shutters,  the two shades, the two curtains nnd  the sash eunalns nnd the iirrnnge  ments for the awnings at each win  dow, and thnn he laughed, but sne  courtl not understand way.���������New York  Times.  Say," he said wifri, a'smile. "I  put it good one over on that storekeeper down the line. I got him to give  me two dollars' worth,, of stuff for  those old cart-wheels."  Revive the Jaded Condition. ��������� When  energy flags and the Scares of business  become irksome; when tho whole systnm  is out' of sorts nnd there is Reneral depression, try Parmelee's Vegetable Pills.  Thoy will regulate tho action of a do-,  ranged stomach and a disordered liver,  and make "you feel liko a new man. No  one need suffer a day from debilitated  digestion when so simple and effective a  pill can be got at any drug store,  "Tnlk nbout rnilronds bein' a bless-  in'," snid Brother Dickey, "ctes look  at de loads an' londs er watermelons  dey're hnulin' out de stnte, ter dem  folks 'way up north what never done*,  nuthin' to desnrvo sicb "n dispensation ["���������Atlanta Constitution.  He���������"Just bnck from the mountains?   Wns there any game there?"  She���������"Game? I should snys so!  We plnved golf nil ,day' and bridge  half the night."���������Judge.-  Minard's   Liniment  cures  burns,   etc.  "How'd you like to sign with me for  Jlf(^s_game|^inquired_ the. ypungjnnn,  "I'm agreeable?'." replied" the girl";"  '"where's your diamond?"���������Louisville  Courier-Journal.  AN HOUR OF_THRILLS.  Shooting   the   Rapids   of   tha   Hodtu  Rivor, In Japan.  The rapids on the Uod**.u river near  Kyoto must fill even the most blase of  tourists with excitement. A 'trnlri*..ffom>i  Kyoto climbs slowly und painfully upward until finally It deposits its pixtr  sengers at a quaint little siding.  l-Yom here, soys the Wide World  Magazine, one goes'to the river bank  and embarks in n rude,,flat bottomed  boat; which Is pushed out by four men  into tbe middle of a broad river, reed  edged and sleepy.  For a few tnlimtes one glides dreamily along: theu. rounding n curve, one  suddenly hears the. roar of water; and  the boat tears down a rapid, just missing the rocks on each side. ,The high  bunks race past, death appears Imminent, and ihen. with one mad swirl, tt  Is nil over and the boat Is on tbe quiet,  'unruffled stream once more.  This happens again and again for  about nn hour. At tirst one's whole  mind Is tilled with rhe conviction that  an accident must happen., lint gradually comes a delicious feeling ot safety  as one notes the marvelous skill, these  men show in piloting tlie'boat, through  ������the seething rapids and one ls able to  appreciate the-beautyortlie scene.   MA01STRA"  CURED I  PILES  ECZEMA  I On* of tha Utait prominent footle men to tpaak highly In Zam  Buk*i favour is Mr. C. E. Sanford  of Wostoa, King's Co.. N.S. Mr.  Sanford it a Justice of tho Pom*  for tha Cottnty, and & member of tho  Board of School Commiisionocs.  He is also Deacon of the Baptist Church  in Berwick. Indsod it -would bo difficult  to find a mah more widely known and  more highly respocted, Hure is his  opinion of Zatn-Buk. He says:��������� '  . "I never, used anything thai ga-vs me  such satisfaction as Zuui-Buk, I had *  pitch-os" Kojtoina on my an kit whicli bad  boon th'jre for orer 20 yoara. Sometimes  also the diaoaae would broak out on my  (shoulders. ],h*\d applied rarous ointments and'tried nil sorts of things to  obtain a cure, but in vain,   Z im-Buk, nn  highly- naUwfaeiorj- and cured the ailment  "I hare also used Zam-Buk for itching  piles, and- it hns ourod them completely  alsjo. < I take comfort ln helping my brother  men, and it tho publlcati *n of my opinion  otbor sulforer.i to try it, I should be plful  For the rollef of snifertng catinod by Piles or  Skin Diseases I kao.f ot nothing toeot__  Zam-Buk." ' ^*  ^_m-Buk ssures *ilo������r������, alxceejet, blood-polaon,  rlnx-wtx-m.  fsssUrv-sj or runninif sKsres, bui l.g,  ulr *     * .....  SIM  irloi  varlooist ulKra, attl, rheum, pr_ri������ lu-h, cut������,  * "  ' sto,  burin, Unilnes), b������by"������ oorcs,  DOo box, druettUU siiditores.  Purely (tcrbal,  Refute Uulutlous.  Superfluous Vsrblagt.  It was Sunday evening .and likewise  tils first call. Hhe was entertaining  hlrn nt the plnno, and he was not fond  of music. Uf couiw she comdu't ne  exfH'ctwl to know that, poor girl; She  wns not particularly accomplished, nut  she didn't know what else io do. and  he hadn't suggested anything. So shi������  played on and on, occasionally skip-,  plug n tew imrs that ������|ih dldn t remember and trusting to luck, Klmuly  Irom sheer weariness and to multe  conversation she turned to hltn and  said:  "l-npn thinks It Is wicked for me tn  piny the plnno on Sunday,"  "Papa Is certiilnly right," he rpplled  wonrlly, "Hut why duos he���������cr-Hped*  ty Sunday V"  It is perhnps needless to record thnt  ho was never again invited to tbnt lit*  tio llnu-l'lilliiuuipiiin Ledger.  If you hnve. loved a maid nnd she  Hns given you the sack  Just, love another girl nnd she  Will want to have you back.  ��������� '. ���������Judge!  Only the uninformed endure tho npfonv  of corns. The -knowing ones apply JIol-  loways' Corn Cure and get relief,  Was Expecting Trouble  I though there would be trouble  when you discovered thnt those two  poker players were in collusion."  "Yes,",,replied threo-finger Sum. "It  looked dangerous till they explnined  'that* they weren't cheating, but were  merely operating under a gentleman's  agreement."���������Washington Star.  Nell���������"I do wish men 'wouldn't go  put between the, acta so often."  DrII���������"I wish thoy wouldn't come in  between drinks so often,"���������Toledo  Blade.    *  Corn should he cultivated frequently, but, not with tho snmo razor one  shaves with.  You Can See  How It Heals  No Question or Doubt as to the Healing Power of  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  Lucien  Benaparta and Wellington.  Luclen, whom 1 bad never seen before ills nrrlval In ICnjglniirt. ns he was  lu disgrace \^stb the emperor, was nald  to be* at least as able as his brother  and to have more decision of ehnrac-  ter. > 1 have heard It said that It was  he who saved .Napoleon on the 18th  Brumalre, and, In tact, I* hnd henrd  him greatly prnised. My actual tiiieet-  Iiik witb him, as often happens, did  not come up to my expectations. He  seemed to me crluplnR: In his ninnnera  and false In his look. He Is like  Nnpoleon In the outward shape of his  features���������not at All In expression.. I  suw hlra last yenr, nt a concert at tho  lJuchesse de Canl7,7,aro's, beg her to  introduce him to the Ouko of Wellington, wbo was present. 1 snw htm  crosB the room nnd come up bowltiR  nnd scraping to be presented to the  victor of Waterloo, whose reception  was ns cold ns sucb baseness deserved.  -From Memoirs of Duchesse do Dlno.  am-Buk  Good For You  . You can't have a clear brain,  active   muscles   and   firm  .nerves, if your_bowels are  sluggish; but seeTwliat a help"  to you ^ivill be a few doses of  BEECHAMS  PILLS  aau Bv-trjrwbsro.  lafcuaeSM  CANADA'S     GREATEST      SCHOOL  5iioe Polish  Pleases everybody.  Is used by men, women and children in  all parts of the World. Thero is a reason.  Its superiority over other kinds.  Contains nothing injurious to leather, but  gives a hard, brilliant and lasfting polish.  It is good for your shoes.  THE F. F. DALLEY CO.. Limited,  10  HAMILTON. Out.,   BUFFALO. N. V. tnd   LONDON, En*.  Absinth.  Dr. fl. Oercod ot Lnusnnn** In a ������p������������  clnl contribution to the Alllnnco Ten)*  pornnee AlmniiiiP points out tbnt the  nbHlntb liquor, which Is now prohibited In three Ktirupvnn countries-hob  Blum, Hollnnrt nnd Hwltaerlnnd-owni  Ut poi'tillnTr noxiousness to the fact  tbnt It Is propared with severnl en-  Bciicos, amoiiK them wormwood, which  have mnrked totlc properties. Added  to the action of tho nleohol m stroim  nbslnth contnlnt (W per rent) tliwo  oHsenees hnvo n most dnleterlons effect on the ornntilsms, ospeclnlly on  tho nervous system. Br en ������mnll doses  provok* n irrent Irrltnbllltv, which  mny enslly lend henry drinkers ta  crime, Kpllepsy is more qnh'Kly il������*-  voloped niiionii nbsliitb drinkers thnn  nmonR the drinkers of the commoner  kinds of nlc<iiJollc llqiioro. - Dundeu  Advortlsur.  A Quaint Inscription,  An old ehurchynrd nenr London It  fnraotis fnf the inscriptions on Ut  tombstones There is one on the me-  morlnl of Hiissnnnh nnrfotd. died 1IW2,  iffed ton yenrt tnd thirteen we-tut  Tilt concliidliiB Hunt bctirnth the skull  nnd crossbonea ou her monument nre:  H*r  slots   wss  short,   har  thrssd   wss  sqtilotly spunn,  Orawns out  and  flutt, got  hssven.  hat  works was don**.  Thlt world to har was but a traua-d plar  ebaa earns and saw't. AlaUk't and ******  away.  An Anolsnt Rain Qauge. (  Tbe credit of lnventin������ the rnln  pintipe hns nlwnys been given to Cnn-  telll, n cotitem|iornry of (Jalllet, who  made one In KWI), 'but tho director of  the Korenn meteorological observn^  tory, Dr, Y, Wnda, has shown thnt It  Is duo to n Korean king. The latter,  King Sejo, In the your 1412 caused nn  Instrument of brouzo to bo constructed to raensure the rnln, nnd It In set  nut ln tbe historical records of Koren  tirnt thin was a vnno llfteen Inches  deep nud seven Inches in dlntneior,  plii'.*od upon a plllnr. An esnmplo of  tblt wm plnced In  tho olmorvntory,  fell tho ottl-  dnls were instructed to tmmsure the  height nnd to mnko It known to tho  king, Other Instrument*-) were distributed ta tbo provinces iind enntons, nnd  tlio result b of the observations' uni do  wero sent t/> couru-KnowiwIjto.  iSTASUSftED tBMT  Awarded first prize at World's Ex-  poeUlon on Its work and methoda.  W/*lto for a free catologue. ,Wo aJ-sc  "fiivo instruction by rnalL  The "Wellington" Hat  for men. Cnnnclian-nuicle. Guar-  nnteod boHt hat vnlue.in Oannda,  All Hizes unci slihpus in soft and  stiff felts, Ask your Dealer, or  write at onca to' *' >  CHAS. C. PUNCHARD & CO.,  Toronto, Ont.  To people who lmvo used internal  treatment in nn effort to cure eeznnia  It in almost beyond belief whnt bene- j    d       ,, t|       ���������J0     ,  lit can be obtained by n few applied-  Uoiih of this Hootliititf, lienlinn ointment.  It is Holdoni Hint tlie oiiuho of eczema cnn be tli'teniiiiieil, but one  thiiiK Ih certain, the itchiiiff must be  stopped nnd Uio Bores lienled up,  These results nnuwt'Ui'cd by tho uho  of Dr. A. W. Chase's Ointment, Tlie  itoliiii|i! is n.'linvetl nlniost instniiUy,  and you will be Kunirised nt the heal-  lng' whicli will ttilto place overnight,  A llitlo pntioncn nml pnrsisti'iit  trentnieiit witli Dr, Ohnse's OintniiHit,  will give, you morn practical, and definite results thnn a wliolu lot of dosing  with intornnl medicines. You cnn see  how thn Ointment heiils. The other is  guesswork,.  Mr, Oon. Peterson, South Hay, Ont,,  writes; "T wish to communicate to  you tlie grent benefit, 1 received from  using Dr, A. VV, Dnnso s Ointment.  Vor y/nu-.i I !,uf.i:i't-,} will) .*������ riri-nf skin  disease on my hend, n cort of eezenui.  I tried four doctors, giving each n fnir  trial, but got no better,, Iu fact, tlio  disease spread to my left arm,  "I saw Dr. Chase's Ointment ndver-  tiseil nvid lii-giii) Usiing iv, i's-isi.iis-ui,  use of this trentment lins entirely cured ine, nnd I give you a stnteinetit of  my case with pleasure, ns I hopo  thereby lo induce some other sufferer i  to trv tho namo   Dr,   Chnsn's   Oiut-1 Like a Man,  ment," 1    "Did nnwklnt tnke hit punUhniMit  H-'cnuie    this .ointment, hns  mnde; ifo- ��������� mnn?" nslcrvl Lollerliy.  its  world-wide  reputation  by  curing j    ..y,,,,  hot  ���������- tM������  inttghed   Dttbb*  the   most   severe   unit   lonu-Hlnndlng, ,p,_,,    ,,m   hollered   nnd  yelled  nnd  eases of ecr.e.m. nnd piles  J ������'> r*''-")! Uho<| strong Inngung* to beat crcntion,"  why you should overlook its scores ol,     ..���������_������������������,.; tt.  "b. ���������  uses In the relief of itching and irri-   -Unrpert Weekly.  Queer Anatomy.  Ourlout Ideas about nnniomy prevail  In the press. It was stilted tho other  dny thnt n mmi was "shot In the ticket  ofllcn," Another paper says n mnn wns  "allot In tho suburbs." "lie kissed tier  pnsslonntoly upon her reappearance,"  "Bhe whipped hlrn upon hor return,"  "He kissed her buck," "Mr. Jones  walked In upon her Invitation." "Hho  nonted herself upon his entering," "Wo  thought she nnt down upon her bclnn  ,.���������s.,.,is>   sins...    ������,i���������,...l   ,,,������.-���������   I>|,<   .I,,,-,.,...  i.,tl,tu, .titit   mn.H.J   >l|'o,������   U..I   UI.J....  ture."  A Rtgular Hamlet Playar,  "Did you evor piny In 'Unmlet?'"  hiqulrod n thentrlcnl monngcr of a rt-  cent neoulsltion to nls compnny.  ������������������Bvert" exclnlmed the newcomer.  "Why, I've plnyed in evory hnmlet of  Oront nritnlnl"-l.ondon Tlt-Hltt.  REST ARO HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD..,  Mkh, Winslow's Hoo-tiuno Sviud* hs������ lieta  sued lor over 8IXTY YRAIWhy MIUvlONU ol  MOTHUKS jor their -.vIM.UKKN W1IIUI  TKKTIIINO, with VKKVI'l ������UCCf������ftn, 11  SOOTHKrt the CKII.U, SOnHNS the G0W8.  AI,I,AVH all PAW CUUKH WINIJ COLIC, ami  It tlie bett remedy for DUKIUHKA, It Is so  ���������otutety hsmiless, lie sure snd suit for " Mrs  Winslow's Hoothlng Syrup," snd take no otliss  kltxl-   Twenty-Q*t csrai������ s boll**  "Trying to loniti to Ily often proves  fntn], doesn't it? Vep,   our   cat  oiiiiglit n young Him now  this morning,"���������Houston Daily Post.  It li In Dsmnnd.���������Ho Krimt Ih the dn-  mn nil for llr, Thninns' Knlontrlo Oil thnt  n lnr������is fnetory Is kept contlnimlly busy  in nil lnu nml lisittlliiR ll. To hn In do*  ninnd hIiowh popular nwrQelntlon of,, this  proparnlloii, wlilnh Htnnds nt the linitil of  proprietary cuiapiiiiiiilii ns thu lendlnit  Oil In the mnrkist, nnd It In irimnrnUv  ndmitlml thai it is itcHervliw of tlio lend.  Taking more of tlie dootor's advleo  and less of his medicine might help  some.  tntion of the skin.  Dr. A. \V. Chnse's Ointmeiit. CO  cents n box, nt nil denier*, or Kdmnn-  uon, Iktes _ Co.. Limited. Toronto.  Mlnard's  Llnlmont rellovns neurulglt  Women mny not keep score!������ woll,  hul. don't forget Unit men sit in most  of tho execiitivn sessions,   ������������������' "-������������������������.'. im, .' '    '."i  DODD'S -\  IDNEY2  &,pius -  Never mind wbert you work, XM  your cart bt for tba worr* l'M������V-  Hpurtton.  W, N. U��������� No. IM, Tlie tatatal Hews   j  issued Kvery   Tuesday  by  the'  Publishing   Company.  This paper will not hold itself  responsible lor the opinions of oth-  * ������rs, us may appear in its columns  Sroiii time to time.  THK   NEWS,   C aMBERI,.A N D._ \*R IT*? *L J?^5*���������^  mm  TTTE8DA Y,   October 17.. 1������U*,  NOTICK in hereby given-that'80 day*  aft*sr <iist** I ii ts-.nd to apply  to   thu   H n,  Mfh.sti-r oi Land* tor u'lk'sjeB*.** to prs*s*-**l;s,*ot.  f.srV'*! turn petrolsium umler tho forvshore  Hud under the wattv on tbe lnudu iu   aud  oppos'tei tha fo Wing desuri ail 1:ii itaaibu  atw iu Uuper. Disii-jti���������Commenointf  11.  post plftir.td on tuu sen b-aeh athit-n wn tr  murk at ths tnWs**otiou ofTVo ios.u 12 ad  13, T >v!isliiii'2, P-srt McNeill, Rup������rt Dis  trlcti thenco,north 00 chains, tlience end  HO ohaius>, ������������������ihence i-outh C5 chuinn, more  or lovs to high w.itor uui*k on south Bide ai  F.,rc  McNeil   Hurbor;. thfinca   v,e*t������rly  isIour hhoru to pUca of cssiumsuotuiou*.  tiKoHoi* M. GiKiii,  E. I'rieat, spoilt.  Dated this 1st dny of Ssi|,toiuli������r, 1011.  NOl.iOK is hereby given  tlut .110-days  alter dnte I iutoud to npp'y xo  the   Hun  Mi-iidtor of Lnndt) fs>r a liuen������e to proHueut  f.������i oonl and petroleum under the foi -eBh'-re  and under thu water on tho  iaiuU in   and  opposite tho foliosviuR described lauds situ  ate iu Rupert District,:��������� *Co.t.iri<-.,������i -,'tit n  ps-a ^hinted ou the son"bouoh \t high wat r  mark at the infceruuotion of,Soet!0*m 10 Htid  17, 'i'o'suiihip'2, Port MoNeill,"lluiert L)is  trict; theuce uortk 80 ohainu, theuce vent  80 oOaiiu, theuoc south G'J ohaius, mon*.  or  l,i*a io lii|{h wator mark oa eouth   sido   of  I'ort   MoNeill   llarbo r   thtsuoe   ea-'erly  ulong shore hue to pluoe of omnia nee ten*.  MAKIA JANR PlUKHT,  E. Priest, ogon*.  Da^cl tbis Intday of September,   1911.  SEALED TENDERS address.*.! to the  .unslers-igued, a no du o a .1 ������������������'Toniler  fur Wharf i,t Surf Inlo*-. H.C," v,i 1 ha ro  oeivisd at tbia . ffio* until 4.00 P.M., on  Tu'es'-'hy, September 2C, 1911 for the oon-  Btinotion of a Pie Whn-f at  Surf  Inlet,   I Princess Royal Island. Qo-tst Dints iot, B.C.  Piuns>,������*peoifloitio*n nnd f-nn off contract can bo seen and f inn's ������*f teni'er <*b-  tniui d at tilts Depa tment. and nt tlie nth"  o-8 of G. A, Kscfcr, Eq., Diatriot Kind'������������������-  ei>r, New WiBtmius or,B C , mid mi s-p.'-l������-  eutn n to the PssHtiuR. tor ut l'liuou Rupoit  ;.u������t .Viu'oria, B.C.,  Per ona tendeiinK are no ilied that tuid*  ��������� rs will ns t be o. nsidereo unless made on  'ho printed forms suppliod,*! and H'gnd  with tWeir notuul niguaturoH, ct.tiug th ii  ��������� ocu-jutlons and placea sf icbIi'o 0s3, In  tho cane of /it me, the nctuitl Htgmuuri', the  natuio of the oooupition, and plnco I  resideuee of tuch mombtr of the iii m must  bo given.  En h ti-ndiir mubt bo ueo mpu.ied by un  icci'i-teil cheq 'Oou a r.hnrcered bunk, pay  able to thu ordsr of tbo Hous.uriible tin-  Minister of 1'ublio Work*, equal ;o t'n p**>  cent (10 p.c.) s>f thi nmouut of tude*,  wh ch will be forfeits d if the pernm te,.cl-  aring s-k-oline t������������������ ei tor into a cuntn.ct. wlu-u  oull-.d upou lo do ro, or fail to uoiiiplit  ���������.he eoi.tr.iCt, If Uio leuder bq*��������� ot aoo p ���������  od the obequo wil! be returned.    ,  ��������� ,  Tne Dopii-tnien d* es uot biud itself io  icuirpt the lowes.tor uuj tender,  liy older,  It C DESROUHEUS, '  ,,    *'    l*'eo;etai*j:  Department <>f Publio Work -,  ' Oitawn, AnRUit 28 1911.  NewHpnpera will'not be pui.l for thi- n*!-  vor:ia, mont if tney insert it with-.ut uulh-  o ity tis m ti o Depaitment,  loss of Quality is j      THEIR MONEY  our Slogan.     j |jo,o00 must be raised in the next  nxr, wu������_ra������������SW������w������W���������mmmmmm-  The evidence is all  before you,  Progressive People, Get Busy!  ^.MavMnt,,.wmmniiv.ii"m>  A  o>  i    fl  ������  ^  _  . N'jl'IOE is-hereby *s,'ivcu.thit 30 days  ni'tvr iliiio I intend to npply to t'ie Hou.  iV'i iuiBtci* of'Lands for a license to pr-svpet-t  for coal n i uctr**leuih under thefsireslxirc-  and under the wi,ter on the lamli in end  eppo.-.ito 'be luiiow ng de ribed l-.nd ^ hi -  uate |n Iho Prime R,>*ipei*t. D'strict:���������C������>tis-  *raeiic-t*f������ at a pout pUnted on the sea lH-acb  ���������at-high-v.ater~iiJ!������r.k_at_the_mt^js*^l>njif  Seotion������ 16 and 17, T .wuship,2. Poit Mc  Neill Rupert Di.trict; thtuce noith 801  ch,\nis, theuce east 80 uhainn, llnaiou couth  li1! ohains more or Iob*. tr< high w*it������r insttk  on Bxiulv 2ide uf Port McNeill I-I^r'aor,  tlunco wcs'prly ,--,1 ng shore liise tn place of  oomraoncen.enti    JRoy Pkikst,  ���������'*.. E. Piieel, liRei t  D.tod this I at dny </f JSep eniber, 1911.  NOTIt'E i.- herehy given tuut on the  tiryt day of Djceuiber usxt upplicuti u will  be uiude to the S.iporirjtiudeut of Piovis.  einl-Polio*.*, Vic*oi*i������, for the reuovi-ulof iht  howl he u e to sell liquots hy retail lit the  borel kuown sa the Nels-on bo-el, situates  at Union Bay, B.C. Fa.iSEii & Bisnoi*.  Dated Otoi-er 3.J, 1911.  NOTRE is hereby.givi-ii th ,'t on the  tirst day of December next <ipplic&Uou wi:-.'  be mnde to tbe Superiuteudeut of Prtsvinoial  -Polief'*rV:ietoi'i-Tj-for-the-renevval-of^the.ho-  tel liceu-e to Hell 'liquors by retail.'in th>-  hotol kuewu as the Riverside hotel, sitinUn  at Courtenay, B,0> O. ti. Pkchsew.  1") ted Octobers, 1911.  UMUt_icsc.YMiewm*'������nem  ra<  NOTIOK ia hereby givon ihat 30  ilnys  afi-.ir oalsi I intend t������ apply to the Honom-  Rlilii tlu Minister nf LaiulH for i*  li-Ji-ntiO  to  p*������os������|;������i*.t, fer conl and peUs leuni undor lhe  fDp-aliore iiml under iho mi'er on llir l.vudu  in nnil isppoHito Iho fs-llo-rtin^ ile.oril.-cd  lands situnto in  llupert Diattio;���������(J> m-  menciug at a pnat planted on the si.a beach  at hi^li svutor m'irk ut tha iut'-rs-Giuion of  SiDMon-i Hind 15 TovMinhip % Port Mc-  Null   Rupp.i't   Dintriut:   theuce nortli 55  chains in ro or ls**ja to hi-jh w-Ktor m-irk on  "tho nnnh Bidn nf  Pnvi   MuNuiU   Harbor;  !.*",mish  I'nUoHiiK   ti.e.  son beach at hi(jh  *.*������*'*).* Hunk areniid tlie si*ud nt i\\* Harbor  to *. lnoo of eeirinii'tioomout,  Fi'ASOi*! M, ToiiDiyKK,  K. Pnt-sc, agimt,  Dutod tils* liit diy of Sup tmhnr, 1911,  NOTICE s -i������-hereby feiwu that at the  next mMim*,' ������f the Ikiard nf; Liceiuo  Coiun>issiou>rs of tho City vl Cun.b r-  1. n,l, I ii tond to apply fer n inn sfcr o  the wholeBislo liquor lioei.s'e held '���������>* nn*  on lot I!, block 2, to block 15, IstO, (. um-  berlaed Towne u\  OIALI MUSSAITO.  Dut.d thin 9th day of August, 1010  r.i������.BUm :s.r. jkvimvwi"  NOTIOE in horeby k'ivod that on the  11ml cUy of December uext applicutism wil  bo m.������de ui the Snperii*.teu<luut sf Provii-  uinl Psslice, Vi,tori:i, for theronewulof tli-  lintel lice ;Hs) to s 11 liqivrs by io*:uilii, tlie  hot'il kiis.wn nn tlie Wil*-on hotel, * muled  at Uuiuu Uny, ll.O,   John IIumiuwcy, Ju,  Dund Oot.ib-M 3, 1911,  ,������������������muMwrnuvsi-vu  ������>  iisumawmi'���������'..������.������i���������uniiai  FREE  To the first ,15  people--   j ^j ft     | ^       | v ^  men or women-euierm-j;-  the store a 'valuable prize  Will be given,FREE. "..QUMBEBLAND  ___\\tV. ������^>  ������-   a   mJ  Timwrf. ������wftim,iM������w  j.������v������B.T������.������nTiiAS������  mtftixmirmf^xmt,  To tlie  men or  FREE  fit,si   i<r>  1  women-  ;.le-  c-nu-rin^  \    th*o store a valuable prize  I   will be given VKKE.  NOTICE is hereby nivenjjthnt 30 days  nfim (hite, I itiieiul 10 applv to the Honor  i.'.'.'-f Mini ���������ii- cf I���������ini!s fiv a li'.nnse In  ) ri, pn 1 {ci cmii1 nud pc*uiiU*um under  ���������'s*** |sii-(*.!,nr<: ���������iwl itkht Um,vv; 11 fjr on 'he  l\,  iv hi .mil o >|������*"> n'.i; th*.;   fnllovv'nji   tics  Mi.i.in*. .is IUi|.i������r. 'J'.iti'i..':  NOTICK i.i heielsy givon that on the  ti,-Bt d -y of Docoiiibt-r next! ipp-.'catl *n will  be mado to tlie Supcrii.toudniit of Pro-  viiioi.il Polios, Vio orin, f i'n rit.ewal ot  tho h> t*l liconso toaell bq i<������ri by ���������ovail  iu the hotol known na tho Klk I otnl, aitu-  ated nt (Join x, U.U.     John Martin.  0.tmlOotsjl������.T8, lOi:.  NOl'IOB is l-.eiiby  ������iv.'n  tint, on th-  flrnt ijiiiy of IWwIjuvnoxt applt- alio,' wll  m nisulo to tlui Siiporlnti'iidontof Piwvin  ' ; '���������       y ' i'i,d I'ssliu* Viobsiiii, for n ruimwiil i.f tin-  ':,'u"'1''l|,*m>*   ilt ;i "!l1  l"a"lv',j" Uu"il,uu*llicel).-e (oiii-ll   llMu..i'������ hy rolnli   111  -u di ,..:!. i,X bi^l. *.iU-,i- U....I; ai   ll������*.  .r,  ; t|)(l |m),o| u ,H (|h, m[om ||o d ���������, .  '   ' '" "<^<��������� '���������'��������� IM'   '.V   lll"'������' I ontoo   hl,(!,ui>|ih U II vor. U. V.,  THliUN*. IIAKNr.N.  D.i'.KlOsMobai'ii, I'.ill.  '.in, 1  '"l's  ,  I'-si-i   M,.*Ne,ill    ku;*,i*.i*i.    I'l'Mi-is-i; ;  i!s, .ice, iiin-ili t-in (,-lia'ui^,  tlir'nce. wuht   )<���������]  rliHiii. niovu or !.;:<���������; in hieh   unUT  iu\\i\-.\  . on l.t-(l������i'. I'nuii; thenco   v\ra'i:tly ,ilnii|!  Hbisi'c Imn to iiHiiit-ivcii'in of S* r.tions .,\  and  34,  'J'oivn^ship n, tln'iir.e souiheiiv  f)8 ihiiiiH nvni! or low 10 ln*,'li waitiisii'iil-  on sont li side nf I'ort   McNeill   llii'l."ii|  thence imsslftrly .ilor-,; ulioic line to point  fif coiMtilftiiiTinelU. V., I'ltlKS'l.  D.iteK ibis t*������i day nf Scpteii't-rr, V)\ 1  N.M'IUK iu  h-roly ������l.-nn tint 01.   tho  t'n.t iuy nf lino 111111 r otxr iipphuntlon wil  '���������is 11 mio tn'he, SSii|ii}i-iii'������milon6 nt' Pi'oviu*  i*i'i Polio��������� i'���������r 1110 i'hiiowhI of tie lioul li-  s..ri,ni, t, h II lirjii'-nt hy rot^il In the h >te,  kiii>*,v,i iih 'Ik- Wonilhiw Supping Plaoo,  *r,lii< uu', Oyster Kiver, in ihs* pruvlnou ul'  .    jtl'i i'h Ciilini)bin.     An'niii Woouhl'i*.'  w 1    MtucilOculm. !1, 1011  NOTli;F. i*������ hcreh;. vwv.u th������i 31 ���������.!,- *.  afar dttc I intend to apply lo lhe Honor  nbl* Mniistor ot Lunds for i*. licenHc  to  .,... *....*.*��������� *-"���������'  ...im.rn.vm, frmirni^m.  \itn,.\ii',i'X imi i.^'ti *is" j'*���������'���������'*  ,',,ir*,i)ss|(*   ,-,.i������l    Ui)*.k*i'    thi  landu in *ml uppoMiu 1-hc f.ulowiii'j dp-j  scnbeilliinds -.hutc in nuj.ci'l il-.trb-i: |  ��������� Cousin, ii.iia:   fit ;i P"M plnnied <-n iIh* j  (���������'   .', 'll' .-!  ll".'    In-  '  ��������� NO I'I (J!'! in hereby kIvoh .lml-on tho  llrd. d. v .si Uueoiiilior iioxui|i|ilit*iitioi|sM|i  "w iniuii' tsi t-lu- Supnilnttituluiit "f I'rovin-  NOT1CE.  NOTICE is   Iiereby  givoii   to  iJoliti  H,  (.ilaiiville,  co-owner in  tho Kous group of Mineral Claims'  Htinitei.1 2U niileB from tlio muiilli  of, Phillips River in lhe, Nntmiino  Mjnino Divisiun, thn,'. hln share of  tlio ox pond it uro litus not boon paid,  nnd thut we intond  lo  liio  nut ice  with lhe [Mining  llecorder of said  Uistriut nconi'.din^ lu Seidion ������o I!,  l./liii|i:or 185 uf Thu li. 15. Aliu ii;r  Ac,  J   0. Koss, Afjront.  ht,iii',Ti. (M)oi. 7t'u, Lllll,  HAYWAHfl U-\NU JJIsl'UICT.  Dinti'et of Siiy������iii'sl,  TAKK not on thii'. tlnormi l.niooHtir Iti-  iiiilKt li, of V siioimvir, H.O., inoohniiie,  intftulH luiipi Is* to pii'nilHBini'tiipuroliii.e  tlm fi'llowinsj- disHurilxiil lutidu:���������*  ''(i' iivncl it at n poat' jilnnteil at tlie  ���������SoivhwiMb (!s;ini'i' ef lot fiii'i; Ihonco i"ilh  t',0 el)iiiii������, tin in o wnnt 7") iIiiiiiib, thenee  Houth Hi) olmiiin, Mimum ouii. 75 ehiiiii*. to  point nt GO'iinvmaitiiKMit. eoiitiiinhm ^  m\wmm*niT*i*rtoa~-.r\tii**'.Hr\fir^--~~^^^  BAY WARD LAND JUST  IUT  Diji'i'iu1. of Snywnrd,  TAKE .NOTIOK ih-n .-.Willium  Ool iwell, of I iinnilv. Out , ininin*.'  man,, intend** :u 1'iiply lor iietmin  Hion to jitirclin^n tl o followii.j; ou'  scrihed luiiiU;���������Cnn,iMonciii!,'. ;it n  liost (hinted,!!! ilie nori|.WK<t i orner  of Lot '100. Uiirriii-'jon Mnv, Snywnrd I'lifdl'icl. thcec.ii l',illo������iiii! tin*  north liiiiiMiLry of o* IDO c.h'.o. ly  fur *I0 elm ins, ilioin-u nurth 2D  (din inc, i lioiicii'miHi lo the f I io* o line  ihonce Mini In* e*J|i ily m i| -|is |u\\ iu);  i! ti fli on lioe i,i ilu* |inint of com-  n.e'icctlieiil, co'iiiiiliii-jji \v.r thnn SI)  nerop,,     Wii.biAM C Ai.nwi-'.bi..  .ho.  Mn ik oii, iii.',oiil  ^;r!;r!h,!oinr'lCilo������/vioU������i..JnrHr...-������HloU  ' "    "      '"     " H.ilii'fl, lleiiv Hi'iiMiilH, UK nl.  Itntivi Mmuli:hii mil  ll'till llnOllnl- is H'.-ll    il'|U   I.-,  if,   U tui    Us  ihohs'tel Itnowii iu the Union Imbd, Hi������  UHts.' nt   Uni <ii, 15 '���������',      SaNI'I'.I. t.\ l.������AVJs.  Diiud Uii'.lrd iisiy i.f Ocl.ehs.1*, 1011  i,  li:r.;ci;l|(.*a(ifSi>(.'.iiUlS I.) Hivi   I S    'I own  ship '.*., I'oi'l  -Nt-ill   Uu  in, i  , l.OTK'KiH h.ioby  Riven tlmi on thi-  l')i.,.iiui i j tlm dMy *. I li'wmbiir imxi npi*>lttittt'<������ will  ll|f'IK4'   IIM'tll   -i;   I'llMlll.-i   111    1*1.'   Of    ll.'-iS  l|i,{li s'Tilef oiaik nil tlsie nor h *:iilc. ol I'ort  M*:Nr.ill lla'ihr.i'i Usi'iii'.e (-iiMi-ily   iilnin.;  'jil>'*:   llllH     111   |,|.s-| il-i.O.s.i   s.i   :���������).-��������� I.;; ',     ,'. i  ,-i.rd 'M     ou-ii bio :*, Du.-*,i'ii ;iy  hs-i!y   (,..  i ' i;-i-. i;- *.irs* *���������( li- '. hi   -i',-ii   n:iti*i   t, ,i t k  (".    nD, ������������������:*..-1. ot I'ort Mi Weill  '!arlioi;  t!i -      "is,,",.;li    is ,s,; *ili"*e h.ie -'. ..iniii  i,      ',.       :.,',i -.*.,, ���������. i.mi "  Ui i bu iiuuie I-.- U������ the iSuisi-l'inliiiidoiit (,f I'r -  ���������,'iueinl I'oliniN \ lotoiiu, for������ ieiiew.1 nf  lb- lnii.il I fi'tHle 10 'I'll iispl'iiH liy tela I  \u |,|:., In't., I k'.iiwii iirith'.-i.;ssil(l*iui*,' ll Uil  .rlsii.it.*'. sii ' s urtiv a**, li,i',  ,1'iii.s U, .hsiiSiTo?:,  I).������i������d 1'iMib -���������*. 1**11 -  Cnmhoi'hiiiil tSi Union VVatcv  !:vv.-:  lid  p.  Try it.  ilio.Mi ii in'otlts'i'  ,'.   ,i|v '.'-si'1 -.-\i xm  l..i.���������s.        r>.������:tt'l,  1'  , 1'ir ii.u-i;:' i'ii .  Nitniiitiio, il- ('.  NOTICK.  Spi'Inklinj;    will   l������n   ulloweil  ntily two nio'lit*^  a  wool*,   noin ly  TUESDAY iinil^ Kill MAY.  fi   I 7 vo !��������� o'oloels in the evoiiiio.  |     Leuky tnpi* niliht   lie ii.leiuloil 'o  -.. | ut onco,  Anv *('hmt|ioH or iiddiiioiis to <*n  i^iiii-r' pipiu;;, miui   1 niii't'oue I  i*i*.|iii>', iiis-iil   'in , in  11������*  cuinpioiy,  .1. \'.T:u.r, ���������   ...*.���������'.' 1'^   "���������'''��������� '  'cKALBl)TKNDRlis' mlilrcmoil tn tlm  ,*-< uinlsT ijjued, '.ml ondor ml ''T'1 ndr  for Wbniliuid two Appr iiuIh-b nt 1* i on  Rup-rt., i.(.'.,. will bo n-oi'ivod irtil *l,(,(l  P sM.,(in Ninndii). Sop'uiiihi i- 'J5, 11)11, f- r  .tlm O'SiiHlnuitiiin of n VVIiiui nint twi.  ,A|-iproiu)lii-H ut rritii.'!) Hit-nut, (iiuiu,,tino  Stii.n, I.������i(_ y IhIiui'I, ll.U.  V iuih, H| ouiliontion uud   f nn ot   con-  tr .nt oun bo oon nnd furuvi oi tciido* o s  t'.inul al ih b l)������|ji,itinoi,t i.nd uc Um iih-  ociMo tJ, A, Keol'iir, Khi|,  D.-iiiici 1*1 ui -  oui'i 'Nsl'si V\o Inii ������u.r, IVC, ami i n iiyi, I  oat, iin tsi iim 1'iiK1 iiiiniiui'ii ul, I'i liio-. I\'i|nil  'iiui V i! onn  H 0, ,  t\.IHOiiHtU,slll! ill������ lid llotiliOll lllll'*-   l-'lsd  iV* wll i o In; CiHiHid'Hil lino H nindo *Mi  the p'-ii'toil in tin nii|iplii'i , u il Hi|{in.(l  W'lh ill, i> iii't'Hil .i^s-ii.iun h; h|ul ii������ tliKil  o'niimd'siiH .mil |s.ii(!H,i ot ri.i euii', In  lhe i.*ifu of linn-, Ui uo u ,I ii|-,niviiii', tin  n.iltiKi ol' tlio i cjurii i n mul pliiou of leui-  lit).I'll > I'tliich UIO'. D r ot tliu nrm uu. I III;  gIVs-ll,  Knoh ti'inls I' mil I hn iii������"iii|)iiiii(,iil by nn  i.O'iupU'd oi t'ljiii* n a iihii,oii (I tinnk, pa>-  lili!u in Hi, order oi I io llniiuiir slili 111'  Mi iiitr i-f I'nh Ij W rliu, oipiivl leii'iipsi'  s ei.t IIO u.!*,). f),' e ..inoiuil nl tlm LtinUr,  whioli will Im fiiilni nl it ihu iiooiin unii-  erinir ilu-1 i e tu o. lei' imn ii i-uiit|-u.'l*Ai.oit  l;lll O'l l*p  II III llO -0, Os'  1 ill    l"S    IMIIIiilllll*  I tlm uiu K o ll niti'O'i inr.    If lnu li* th.*r i-i  i liut iiit'oplt'il lio nl (ii)iin wil Itu I'l'liirnnl.  'I'ii,' Misisiii'-nieiir, linen nol I'insl i noil to  liotiii I iho lowrht nr ui'l louder,  Hy orlir,  It, V, HKsllOUllKIW,  S.iu* tu j*.  Dutod Foli. 28ih, M)U,  atm->**i ���������lata*'**.!  ��������� I tW*'M, Mt * t M ' ��������������������� "���������"^  SAYWAlli) InM)  DIS'lllli.T,  |i -pnr'iii itct I'.ibho Wii'liH,  1,1 II .Ul, As.sJlHt, Vil.  I'.Hl. . .   .  ������twHi> |.ut> * i'.l ii"!. iw !������*������������������> '"��������������� ������hi  ���������������������������������-  1'HviludoHeriid  ninl.;  Diwlriot of Sny wind'  TAKK nitiue Unit si nicy llo'nnnvni, of  I'liin-oiivur. II I'., n.iv hiin'c, i'sieml** tn  lipidy far pi rnvHHirin t s puvohiiHO iho fol-  Inwini,' den* ilicil lii'isnu -  Oiinnnonei'n/ nt n poul pin I'd ������t Die  Hs'tlDovoHt e'lnirr of lot lislj; 'h--.iiisj mnlli  WI elmiiiR, thix-ce. ue t SO iihnin-, th line  iini'th HO (ilmiiiij, tliiiiKw o,ifl, S-.) uim li-, t, ,  lilnei. of li iininfiiifliuiiiut oini'itiiiiuj,' till)  iiuriiH, tnoro ������r In",  SlIlNKV lllWHMAN,  Ibsli ri Henry Cli.nmmit. njjt* t,  T) 1. 1 >!:::������������������!! !"!i, mil  ""hAYW A IU) L ANI> MSTli 1 OT.'  lii-drii'lof Mnywtr'il.  ���������TAKK notice Mml Nnnntln   .lornnli nf  Visiioo ver,   !>,<'..  H|iiii*ts'i*,  heenilH In  ������<ppiy fi-r periiilsi i n I" isiiriduiHi* llm;; fis'.  SAYWAlli) LAND l)l,STh.f.0T.  I) Bluet of H jwnrd,  TAKK NOTICE Unit A ih; r   llovlmd  lli;it, nf Vhiu'niiver, 1),D.. ti'iitmpor hk   t,  iiil'emlB to apply-f.ii'penninoinn to pure ii- o  Dm f llowi.iu doseril) iIIhii'b:���������t-uniiiio, o-  iii-j! iu n i;iii-t phinled nl tho Hiiitlicimt sor-  nurol'lo 5iG, on iIm ninth   boii.iihi-y ot  1 i* fi'17, thon.oi mi. In 80 ohuirs,   thenco  cn-t 7'") (hil n   tlu-nos   Btiuth HO tslm'inp,  tint' o*J������i.'H' 75 oliiiiiiH In p-'intof onii.niei oo  iiiinit, unioiiinii.B 1100 uoi-ci, itini'ti i-r Icnn.  AllTllUll Honvi.ano I l-.-ci",.  Ililiijl'l Ib'iiry Uhi*hlni t  ii),ion''.  D.iUhI Mm-c.7Di, I'.Dl,  ,,+t*,.,4t*.nimrl������imwii*~**>w*m tit _*,������.., m# .mt-m*������i*"'it*m*_a.athn***'ii*.t,ti-rma f������v������,  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  I liul I inl, of S sv wi I'd,  TAKK, NOi'L.K tlmt.Si m *el llenmnnn,  of Vaneo vci*. II.'\; in ohn iu, iiitei.iln to  npply tor p un idim ���������������> ptnehiiHii dio 'ol  loud Kdeini ihii'l Ininl :-('oiiiliiuieii n ctii  |i nl p ii -'ot nt, tlm mill Ih <i'l oni'iiers I lob  ri5(h llieiiu) eiut 1(1(1 iihssjiM, Ihei en ks u \\  ���������II) oluiiim, lluiiiei) wo t7(i*j|iiiii ii (tiiorn or  iim-*llliuikio ii"i' h 5 o iciiH, lliom-i) went  sSsl (''lining, tho 0" i unli !15 nhiiicH 'o )<oi t  of n'iiinuoi,(!i>nieiil, uoi-.tididbK (H'HI no e<t,  IllOlllOf lll.H. SAMUKIi UliAHMAN,  Iloiicit ilutiry lilies mil, ii,t!iit  Dutod Mnroh Klh, 1011.  I  I  M���������li t.i���������.ii' irtliej iu nto will.wt ii. Do  oistj. Ir in oi' 1> P r iii'1''  j i    Hln  I   is.  VOU  WANT   r,i)f)\)  (Uf     T'i)    Tlllt;  iii:i'  |��������� W, Nijnns.  ���������,-i*llll*l  'CiiiulH*iiitlid,15.C, Alio, Iny J  !������K l\'TI\'  -vKW'S, F1KST-CI.ASS WORK  Li.i:������jai^_lM.,i  ..,_ ,���������.-..,........... ^....~.  ___*________*__  ������������������_������_���������_������������������_������������������  H_M_M_M_HII_M_l_l_a_l  i'���������ml,i..|iriin������ iit-Moi't plntlod nt the  S. .illimiNlo.iriiei'if !"l *rD'-. Muwie north  WI en.inn, the ni enH HO chiiins, thonoe  fonth SII clniii)'. l.lioneo vom t'T.) i.-lr inn  1,s Hn-inlnt of  I'.sioiii" lii'iinit.  n.iut.in-  sill/ I'lO .''.'III-1 Ml' I" "r ,,,";1-  X.',*..-rrn* .!.*'."'i*o.  Knbcrt. Iloiey Ciii>ttnit, ���������������i'ii'.  i'iit...l Mjiis'Ii TU*, V,)!l  SAYWARD'KANI) DISTHICT.'  DiPlrict of Biivwni'd,  TAKK. not.ios. (hut Pi'tiuinx llrii'Khiitn,  wifo of \V, V, Uroniihuiv, nf ViiiioiiLViir,  U.U., int'iit'lH tn apply for pflrinn.fion to  pinehiiM) the followinK (lohorihcd 1 -ml :���������  ���������IJonnniMiiiinK i������t n pni-t plnnU'il '1(1 olmiiin  ivvt';.f tl:;* fJ'.i! !"* "t o"i'i'("v * (' 'l-st. M7j  thenuo oa*t l'20 oluiim, tnenoi mnitli .10  ehisiiiH, thenou wont 120 i-hum, thinuo  norlh 40 i*luiiii<* to point i'f boo mm ii incut,  contiii'iiiij -'HO no en, mo-e tu 1 Mr,  FlIANCI',^ 'IhlOI'Oll.UI.  H'.li rt Henry Dli'ht ilt, rujent  DUel Mum:*, Slh, MHI.  "Wood'o PhoBphoAino,  "Vol  tlrtnl  Kiifillxh   Jtrntritii,  . iiiich mul 'nvlKorno'ntlio wlmio  ii'irvunii fyNtoin,  iimksjH   imw  " " old Vol  " "   "Ms. ���������iilln  iiliin, C'w.'o A'-'cr-  oiii llrbllltH, Mr nt nl nnil Unilii Wonu, Jkn-  piiiin.'iwji, liCXliill tlt'tlkllCHlt, li'Militlllllli, /;,'������)'���������  initiorrliii'ii,iiiiil J'Wivtn vl'.illuiKi-oi- Ji.hcii.-ii'h.  JVI-'O-ft pcrh sv *lv I'ssrf.'i. Duett PI fili'iiMe t:.k  wilt cure. W.slil tiv nil (Irnt'ifiHW or in.iils*il in  pliiln pliif. r,n iveislpt of pvl'-i*. (Venn pitin- Itht,  iit.illnlj'fi.'.   ThisWo'irJ Morttclno Co. made IN CANADA  I^alcc* Your EXPENSES Light  Makoi Your BISCUITS light  Makea Your CAKES Light  Makea Your BUNS Light  ' Malta* Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  A   E*W.CiU.ETTCO..LTD,  /ffl\ Toronto, Ont  7m  NOTICK ia hoiebv given lh it on the first  slay of Deceiiibrr mxt* application will bo  made to the Superintendent of Puiviixial  Police, Vioiorin, for tho ri'iiewnl of tin* ho-  tel lioai.-SB to 8- U liqunrs. by retnil in tno  hotel lii*0',*s*ii as th������ Poit Aui.Mi.-ta hsitel. hit  uated at Oomox, ll.C. .Ions C Clakknci"  V Dated Ootober 3 1911.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ((SI-  I   'l. 1.1    iV.f't:!.  ,._l_l >JU.   The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenionoe for gueBta.  Tho Centi al Hotel for Sportsmen  None bul the. Best of Wines and Liquors  .it the Har.  I  RATES REASONABLE  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.  Having'built* a largo wniehnuBO and mil,  ntCourunay, 1 will ir future keep ou  hnnd a Btoclc of sill kinds of Hay, Gr*iu,  mid Feed at lowest n'aiket nitoa, , A  epfoinliy will be made of roller ohiRliecl  feed for horBs a which will nmVp.ft anvin-cr  pf eno third iu the oo������t of ft-o.l. Onion-  Ijm*-. the tenmeU-r or by phono *i:l bo  promptly filled. .* Thiinkin*{ yon for your  pitr-nunc* iu tho \)\*_t ami oolici'inj,' tiuon  tiiiuunoo of llm Minn* on brouiU-r linea, 1  beg to rou.ui.t  Youra toeonininiiil,  BYRON CRAWFORD.  ra_?jSH������m������EW|������kB_wrw3������K ���������.-t^r~7szizriiz\<i-!&  v_xsiii!__������ii������xi.  John Johnston,   Prep  [JOHN McLEODS  [FOR FIKST-'JLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,.  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  UNION S. S. CO.. of K.C. Ltd  Nanaimo-Union Pay- Comox - Caiii*iihi.l  Hivku Kootr,  SnilinK as undor-���������  Twin.iiort.wVoniiit.r "COW1C1IAN"  L'IIVlb Vauiouvor Tlniiwluy G p.m.  Arrive Uoini  (lor CilinbtiiluiulJ  Fii.Uy  nisirnio^  A TsVoh 0-m,x Friday nioririift  Arrivo Campbell Kivur lM-Jay ntion  ���������Reluming  Lv    Coniox  Frut-y i \i in v  . ���������< Urnou Hay       "   5   "  ���������' Nauaiino midnight  Loaves Vsi.oouve', Saturday 8 p m  Arrives Nsiinimo, Salunlny 12 p ni  Arrives Union, Miud&y 0 a m  *[!Or i unil)cl'l,U)c*l  Arrives (J^mox,   vSuiu'.iiy 8 a m  lleturiiinw':���������  LiMives Coniiix. Sunday -i p in  Lanvun Ut!'*).' MiniJay 5 i.) in  Ltiivo.j Nisuiiiiio, fiiindny midiifbt-  [.Sui'juot io-ciiAiiiiu without i oiic-.t]  IF YOU WANT  GIVE US A TRIAL  m tt_r..*Mmm^MV  i*-^'H^*^''l"M*l"l,4'4-4'^4^W*,4,,,i,,l'������  *5  0  0  u  (!)  ri  <  0.  o  o  Q  Q.)  i-r"  CD  rt  <-*���������  '   lfi  u  4.-)  rt  Wt  ���������w  0.  4-*  . c  -00  . bO  c ���������.  ���������   **mt  r--J  1~.  ���������I  m  u  Q  Service  Words, t)ut a  ������������������si ���������' ���������     ���������-������������������    i   il wi in      I'H  Service of Works  A service the custom tailor  with his'limited' facilities cannot give you ��������� "Fit-rite"  |   tailored  clothes,   designed  nnd  made bu experts in  their individual lines of work.  Evarj portion of the garments receives  mostcareful attention. They are designed  to fit real men. not ideal models. It would  ���������bo''d'vo?y exceptional man indeed who could  riot find a perfect fit in the "Fit-rite" line.  ThGstules are the creations of the foremost dGsigners in the business. Just now  the styles lean  towards the English  models, and our suits in this line are  cmong the handsomest garments seen  ��������� on the ..streets.'-.-''.yfr \  Either cr'I b^ tho itoro or ������cnd ua a pifl c^ boerlnu jrour '  namo nnd tddryx, and wo'ltijivsj you n copy uf mil   Fll-' ������������������  rit j Ssyio F,>roc*uit,''������ cotitfclma ��������� (He l������tort nuwi of luhioa  toadenciuj for ti,o eomuill Fail euJ Wisiicr.  GAMFBELL BEOS.  DUNSMUIR AVE;,*-   CUMBERLAND, IJ.C,  ' " '   ��������� ' ���������*. :.-.t f    ".'-'    ���������,.; ... >;  l_^s^.is^'!A':i-A- ��������� ���������',a.',-.:'M1.1, ' .^.i-MK-rsrrr!.' 'v.rar:  .~-|rvx^ifatVitiff,'Ji-Ati;iiia*gBgrrTr~ iWm im n 11  * nnfivni  ,f. tUg,'. ."aJH'If.- .*���������' ��������� 1.H.BH.11;?.!  rK=r=isasr;!J  DRINK  Tlie purest and best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  COPYRIGHT.  AP.B'C  "  he UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, BX.  cu  Cmmi [ij  fmmmrn^ |M**^  ������ 2  2 n  "���������i0*  0  0  ���������4  HERCULES Stump  ' ,.- :    -      FOR   SALS /BY      -     .'-;  Walworth-Rolston Go.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave., Vandouver. B������ C.  ���������** -w .Mima titiitt_,_i;-ti;__i)iiv_-ai_zrx^  i^  \if  011', for  Oirer-  yaacoaver Pally Proviic  To Sep bomber 28, ff^JS  .. .. -..'___UI  Y/c.will mail The Daily Province  tiill Sept'pmlioi' 23 to any nd<!ros3  in On unci a ontsido the city of Ytiu-  couvct, for 25#."  Goiioral Klcofclena".Gep^oaaabor 21  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  -AaaalifiteBOVRlt���������  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  6;  KUPKKT LAND DISTRICT  l'is rid of Uiii>t)it.  TAKE uot ci-. <hnt Kurfon Mne L������p?oh  of Vaiioi,,ii\'i'r, H. U, s cciij'iit on Widow,  i toisilis t.s u\)\i\y fi.r (j(*r i*i'ii t.i pur-  chnsii the fs'its.wirf,' d. i-cv- ib .1 Imd : 0 in  ms-nuiiiK at i.t a pi'i-t pliui'teil ui-out. ot������  nlilaiijirth nnd 40 6>>tii. s sa. t of ih������������.S. E.  corner of Se-jins. 4, T wm-hiii 8, Iheiioi-  ns rli 80 i*.'*ains Uiuncs ������*nt4 80 t-.h i\- e,  tlioi^jco font) 80 chiiii.i.-. tbeicp weet MJ  rcFaiinrTo^liwb'TF'cOii.ini-ndoiuuut, ooiTtva  iiifr (5J0 aore'M, inurM .rl.-nH. '���������".,'  'Soi*ibed.<*n;iiu.t.E>V.lL'<i S.W, corner.  KnburaMak Leesox,,  '���������'���������.������������������' ���������'*''-'.       )) iiCU.k, Age t.  Dntnd Dofonil.er llth, 19'i  ,I)mlcr in  ALL KINDS OV  Fruit, i ndy igars  ! Cigarettes & Tobacco.;!  * Hoiicua lilock,  CUM11ERLANI), B.C.  ''M.+4H.1H4) <>���������������������������'>������������������������������������������������������������������������  I   FAIRFIELD  |  : STORE Hit  J. JAC%   Pj;or. t  A Vine Assor'.iueut of    %  he Choicest Caudles,      j*  Fruits nnd Tobncco       v_  Vancouver Ice Lrenui,    ^  i  41 OiiPHitiviir Ave,   (Jun.'ti'il.ind <J  i*W*^*J4-}-'.-.*'.**-','V'-VV-J  Coot's Cotton Root Compound;  Tb������ cront Utcrino Tonl^, nml  only unfo cllni-uuil Monllily  l-Uwili.U)ron\vhti:|tv-oiiHino.in  doptiul. fioldln tlirpo rtnirrooa  ttt Hli-onjith-No. I. ft J ������o. &  io dtimx-ii Htronnror, ^i; wp. ������,  ror ������<|vsfllnl raw.H, *S p^r uns.  HoM tiy nil rirninrl'*Mi, or to.t  aad fottow Intciligeiilly tli.o moves of ea<?!i party.  *r<s*ayr-^--T*?^?'',i'*iirir-iTi^TC%'nTnry*i>^^  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT.'  Dintrict of Unpert ,.  TAKE nolle*1' Ihut Gimlinpr Al-  t-xai-ii-Hr Bnitly S|ii'iuior of Aliitneda  0al., ooenpnriui* plumber, intonda  'o iipiily.for iwn'iii* inn to pnrchnse  the following' d<Wril>C(i limdr:���������  Cntmtvncinn at a pout plnntod  about 30 chniiiH whhI nf iho <-nu b  onut cornor of Sw.',l(in 24, Townpbip  21, thonce west 80 chainp. ihonco  south 80 ohnins, thenco oust 80  ohiiiiic, ihence north to south ������onio  of Wolf Luk-1 thenco:wpmorly nloom  Bpuili Hhor������ to1 wwr fin! ������)f lako,  thonco eitet ulon*a north whoro about  40 chaini*, thenoo north to*place of  com'ijenco'nniit, ..contitiniug 4tK)  acr^ moio or h-fu,  Scrilitul on pon', G.A.B.S.'e- N,K.  ooritor,  CiAIlDNKlt. Al.KXAXDKB' BrADV  Spknckh,  Dim Clnrk. A-ucnl  Dalctl r)e,omht)r Mill, 1010.  '*r.;ut,pKk,r..i;AND'.ui~Tind.T  Dmtrio of It pure  TAKE 7 0IICK that Aiio.'nirie "Entor  C'ark ������Bmwii, of Br..ok������������id N, Y.,*  married woninii. iulondd to npply f< r pur-  miBijion to purcluBo the followuiR dtsciih-  ed laiii'.ti*,���������C'liiinonong at a pOHt liliUitnil  at louthweiit cori or of S'o'inn 1!>, Town-  ahij) 9,"thence north 80 ohnins, theuce  oubt 80 chainis, thonco ������nuth 80 chains,  thenc* wcit 80 ohiinu to plnco of oommen--  menl oontnlnlug 010 aorew more or lem.  Scribed on post A.K.C.B>S.W. cor  AniaAIOK liB'l'ICH ''i.ark Prow.v,  JJatj Olark, n(j������ii',  Di^oil December 19th, 111 10.  UPE11T  LAND   DISTRIOT  District uf Rupert  TAKE notiiotlmt IkMtrrm Jnme*?  T/i^ker if VaisCiuv. r, 15.  (.;.   occupation Expre*:'; Muimgur iou-ndj to  to iipply for perni'f-iiin lo |iiuolun������  ibe   f'.ll   %ing   <!e.-criled   hinds:���������  ConiiY*';,,ci.HR   at   u   j.i st   planted  "aFo     i ro~ciriiu"*;t;T*~6~of 'flur~B"uTl~  oa   ,cori,oi-  of  So*.-tioa  24,  Township 21,   ihence   w'ohi   SO   chain*?,  tlic.icd Vou ih 80 cl.uitiH, tlienco east  80 cliiiiiir,..thence noi.tb  80 chains  lo p aco   *f  csstirrnt'i'Homont.  oon-  Inini't (J 640 nnce niore or 1*-***-^.  .Scribed on post N-j-B J T'������ N.li.  .'liKTKTIUM JAWfcS  Ta K>:������,  lJ.ui I'laik/ifyunt  Datod Dt-cemlior 14th, 1010.  ^  0  'mWlb\  )f___\  om  0k  w  _pK$  P.  1  0  fl  >  n  0  _  ���������A  w  E  u *   ������'  wS a  U> < 2  ... a _|  S3 u- "a  !_ U'a*  "��������� tA ������  s������ e  ������91  J0  1'  ���������5  lift  J rt  ;**  3   a' I  M"  rt ���������x'  O   u't-  H   i^  5 ������  B  I  ������ _  n ������|  -*i   ������*  i- "3  it  B!  la      ,,  ft.*  i r3  M  ������  Ul   *  o  .      NOTICE  Any poi'Hoii or powjiin, cuttiiif.*:,  roiiioving or titl<iiiij; any IiIucKh,  tiiiibui- or \voo<l������ nTiiny cU������t������crijitimln  .joloiigiiijj; to tlio Wellington Colliery CVy., or from or off tho lnnd  of tlio rtitid Ooinniiny, or unyoiii'  tipping rubbish of any description  nny where upon ilie coin pan)1 h  If,,.] will hr prrU-cui*'!! to the fnll  tiMolit of td*.*) bixx,  W. ].. COl-'LSOX,  (���������tnnorMl Mitnii^or,  Wellington Colliory Co,y,  JIUPKUT UND WNTUIi T  Dietrict nf Hiipoit  TAKK NO I'K'K lint .liuiK'f* UradHliiMv.  of, Kiiiioria, Klori'liii oiirpnnur,  intsiis'fl  to npply for piiniilKHi'Hi to piirolincti tin*  foUowiutf (luiicrt'iiii! |ini(<������:-Comiii**noiw  nt n po������t pliiti'iil i! ni'ii"* wi'iit, of tl������ M.K.  ooi"cr nl Hoii'i n H InwiiHliip 2", tnenm*  nurth 40 uIi'Ih, tlc-iio-i   wkbi 8D ohai-h,  tlii'hbi'iti.'POiilh 40, olnliiH,   tliemn 0'i-t 80  clivnn to *plnw ori'ini iiii-iiiH'itioiit, con-  taini'K M_0  imri'H |ii������ro or lean,  honboil on |������ **t si It'u N.K, Osinur,  .Iamiw Hiiahwuw,  I iiui OI������is(, tt|*f*li'.  Baled I).coinbor llltli, 1010.  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  Dipt riot of Iluport  TAKE   notice   tlmt   Richmond  Charlt'B BifP cf Vancouver,  IJ. C,  Broker intends to npply   for   por  mwion to purchai������e th������ following  described Inndi*:���������Commencing at  ������ poat plnntod nt i  poat   buiwontt  c-octi'iti 18k, Townahip 9, nnd Sect  ton 13, Township 20, th*������ncewoBt 40  chain*,  thonco  touih  40 chain)*,  thonco \ve*������t 40 chnin*, thonoo routh  80 chain*; thence'enul   40   ohttinn  thonco north 40 chaini-, ihence e������H  40 rhniHf, thence north 80clmim** to  Piaco of oommoiiconiciit, coiitniu'ing  640 ncrei* moro or Iokh;   -'  trcrihed on pimi RCIiV N K cor.  Uli'llMONI) OlIMtl.KH   IllftM  Dun Olark, a^nt.  Dnted I)������cemher 1������ h, HMO.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT     '  DiBtrict of Unpen  TAKE nniice thnt Mnrpueri������e  Li'itch rif Vnncouvi',1, H 0 , oocu**  pntimi SiilipJi-wly, in'.ondi* tn npply  (or periiiifiuion to nurchnfo tlio fol-  lowinu (loncrihed l.nnb: -  C imine' ring at n pool pliinted  nt tho ti'-irth tapt corm r of Beoiou  IU, Township 20, thonco wo*t 80  chain*, thonoo nouth 80 'liHiiin,  thonco onfii 80ohnin������, ihonco north  80 clininu to, plnco of conimei:oo-  ment, containing 6-10 ncre������<, moro  or lens*-.  Scrihwl jn po?f, M.L.'b N. K, cor.  MAROUKHITr. I.K1TCH-  Dnu   Cln������'k, k^ttnl,  Dutod Docombor 10th, 1������10.  Kt'1'  o ������r  "si  B_   s -*���������     >2  Of    . ,        _   -  h < P    <n  - ! _   S  t'Ki a"  fi. _ -Jt    |  -i   ���������  V  r*'  W sz in  en  W  s  (4  NUT1C2.  7      prniiaJil  on  rcwilpt, of wipe,  /       -*<.     rrci** piunplilof,. Aildnmnj THd  W������MlOI(ltHI (50-TonONTO, OUT. {formerly mi.dwH  MlllSCUii.E KOIt THE NEWS  ONLV ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.  I? id in),' on locomotivsK nnd mil  way earn of tho Union <"*olliory  Company by nny poi>oti -������r per-  son���������������axeept Inin omw-��������� i,; Hiricily  prohibited. Eitifiloy.'on' 'rt* ytib-  ioc to������IiH������nip������fil for itliowiun mm*  Hy order  W. L.  COULSON,  (ifiieval Malinger.  *"IM' 1,1X11   liNlHtllT  D\i'r'i't  h'   ItoijsTt  TAKE i.i- i.'������ iiml D Ma Uiooks  of   V.1HO' tivtr.   R,    C.    v..rricfl  woman, iti otub to npp y  f -r por-  ���������  ���������*   * ' * fit*  ,.,\.u-i���������. :,i -ni''"!.'* c   i.t.'   ! !    tv,';-���������.  described   1 HitlHi-CnllUlH t ei|i(l   pt  p iff | blond nl Ihe   i.orilswcs-t ior  lii*r.i*f   Hi'i'ii'ilt    111),   Ton loil.;p   0.  11 km cm met HU illiiilo". tliisi ro nouth  80 elm 1.", t* oi ('������ **"   -^ ���������"'iniiip,  thenco iinrih 8-1 iilmiit** "��������� 11 co of  cim r.i'i ooMifiit    cniilni  is������     (itt'  no rep moio ��������������������������������� li-c*  Sciibi'il on l'o*.i I)  IP- N. W  ror.  \)m,\.\ Rhookp,  Dun Clnrk, Atout.  D.ud po(HUibcrl7th, VM.  UUPKUT LAND DISTUIOT  psitiHrt of Itnpi'rt',  TAKK NOTICK tlmt Kslw������rd Drko,  of Bii'uhnmloi, NY, conolimiu.iii'-iiulH to  npply for parmiHitlon to purchim tha fob  Iowihk ilmeriliod )undn'.���������Coiinnait.'iniiff ut  a p nt planted 2 miloi wont, nf tlm  routli onnt oorncr of Srctisn 21, Tovnihin  V������0, ������h������nc������ wflut 80 ohnlnn, tlmnoa iouth  K0 ohnim, thenoo o&st (V) ohtinn, thine*  north 80 oluloa to plnco of oommousiment,  i ontiininK (UU torn**!, more nr hut.  Boiibod on pout KD'i N.K, corner,  KnwAiin flvKw,  Dan Clnrk, Ageot,  VaUil UtMHilMt lllih, UlW.  RUPERT LAND   DISTRICT  Difltrict of Rupert  TAKE notioo thn Edna, FUhor  Spencer of Al������n*e<h, Cnl., ninrric-rl  womnn, intondn to ������������������������������������ply for per**  uii^--ioi> io purohnfo tb������ follor.ini?  ilo-orilipd landp:���������  Commonoin-R nt n po������t planted  at tho houth wohi oon or of .Section  2 Township 21, tlienro on������t 80  rhnitm, thonco iinMli 80 chsjn-w,  tborco wopi 80 ohninp, iliononi-outh  80 chaiuh to plfiio of oominoroi-  tueni, ijoniiiininn (110 ocron nun" nr  Iomp ,  ,   So,rt,lf'(J on post E.K.K.V S W'.cor.  Edna Fiphdh Mpf.v<*rn  Dun I'I"--k. .Afji-nt.  Dutod Dooemhor IHib. I01O.  | sVV^VtW\/>]i^l������/VlWAn  r\    ii   T-nnnri   i *J  o. ii   i miiuLLl  am*mm*a*}*t**t a,,i**m*m -a, a--  ,*������ *���������**'  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami nil X1TCHKN -i UTENSIL&  Sportsmcns Goods  General Hardware  f*m#**m***������a**/\**imt*+mmmi^*.t  IWVVfWV I.ASD MPTKTOT  Dinltiut of ftupert.  TAKE notiri'th'it llnidop Achhy  of Vntu:ottvor, H,0 ,mmriid womnn  ���������   i,., i. i    ������, ,.i... r ..  ., ~..-'.f,:,.,i   . f  ..... .,-.*. .,.. .., ,..,, t       .,,.   '.,  pti'ohiro tho   fnl low it j* doiiiiiod  IntiiU*: -  ('���������nnil onoino ni   *   \x^n  )i|nn'od  Mtiho i-ouih onn corner of F**ctir-rt  3, Townpbip 21, thonco noith   r*Q  c|i.tttT������,    th*n<*7"   *ovi������f    Syl) chnitiff,  thonooi*   pouth 80 chn'.t.,   theme  Ofttll Rf)  Cliwillisi.    to    pl'WU!*     ul    C.i.tli-  meticj'tnoni, containing 6*10 neroH  ntoro or lew*  ,    Scribod on [>*-t, H.A.'p H.E, cnr.  i Uaii.kk Apiirv  Dan Clark, Agent.  1)4W-d Pwwmlicr ICth. 1910. ;-������-_--i.l\--i:-. -if:.-..:.if  A.AAA,- :������������������<?:-'ifS  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  H.-H. NIGHTINGALE  STOCKBROKER  Investment    and'   Loans    Negotiated  33 MELINDA ST., TORONTO  Would Be Just Lovely-  Mr. Crawford���������"The   onlj'   way for  mc to a void, those'puynjjOiits i* tu put  everything 1 own in yourj'name."  Mrs.   Crawford���������"Won't  it  bo,  just  lovely for ino to have all Unit monoy  to spend ?"-~.Iudpo.     '   " ������������������  A local doctor onco sent his man  with a box of pills to a patient, and a  lunripor ���������conl'liininn'six livo pullets to  ho loft at tho house of a friend.  Unluckily the messenger'bungli'd over  his errand, and took the hamper to  tbo patient and the pills to his muster's friend. Imagine the consternation of the patient on receiving 'along  with the fowls tho following prescription :  "Two of these to be swallowed every  half-hour."  Young Hopeful���������''Father, what is a  traitor in politics?"  Veteran Politician���������"<A traitor is a  man who leaves our party and goes  over to tlie other one.'1'  Young Hoi-w' i"' : -'ell. then, what  is.,������ man who leaves his party and  comes over to yours?"*  Veteran Politician���������"A convert, my  son."  Oarterhall.  NM. .,  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������While in the country  Inst summer I wus badly bitten by  mosquitoes, so badly that I thought I  would be disfigured for a couplo of  weeks. I . was" advised .to try your  Liniment to allay the irritation, and  did so. Tiie effect was more than I  expected, a,few applications completely curing the irritation and, preventing the, bites from becoming sore.  MTXAHD'sS LINJMNNT is also o good  article to. keep-off. tho mosquitoes.  Yours truly,  W. A.  V. R.  "Miss Giggles has not a particle of  fact." "What's she done?" "The  other evening, whon. she was nsked by  Mr. .Juggles, who is notorious for not  paying his debts, for a song,'she went  promptly to the piano and sang,  '.'Trust Him Not."���������Baltimore 'American.  HUNTED   BY   A  WALRUS.  The Big Bull Got Qu'te Sociable Before He Waa Done For.  In Geonto Uorup'a -"A Tenderfoot  With l'eury" appears nn exciting Incident of walrus hunting. During a  raid upon a tierd of tlfty walrus usleop  on n pun "it was blowing some, nnd  the choppy waves made, the shooting  look na If thp fjuus hud spiral barrels."  Tho ineffective target practice produced these, balr raising developments a  few seconds luter: "Suddenly a giant  bull rose out of.the water just along  side of Woshnrltonpsl. He threw his  harpoon, but ns the barb enrae off he  might ns woll have heaved a lend pencil.  Tho walrus gave ti derisive grunt, dived, mid u second later shot out of the  water on the other old������. deluged us  (vith liquid nnd camo down slap bang  on the gunwale of the bout opposite  mo.  "Hy this time Wesharkotipsl was  high tn the nir and out for nn altitude  record. Instead or throwing his harpoon ho threw his soul Into his yells  ond Just spat In the brute's face. The  other huskies wore trying to tinek water or tilt him over tho head with the  oars, nearly sldeswtplng me and lucl-  doutally .short' circuiting their cussing  at Wesharkotipsi, the walrus and everything ts general.  "All this time the walrus was sitting  alongside or me, asking If there were  any more at home like WeshnrkoupsL  It was easier to pull hHwhiskers or  smash his mug with my tlst than  shoot, it 1 hold tbe gun to my shoulder the muzzle would stick beyond nls  head, so. tiring trom the blp, l gave  bliu tho entente cordlale."  In the causes of infant mortality  cholera inoi-hus fiuuroB . freiiuontly, and  it mny be said that complaints of the  bowels, are (ri'eat doRtroyors of child life.  If all'.mothers would avail themselves-of  so effective a remedy as Dr. J'.-*'D.- Kellogg's r)vn������ntery Oordinl manv a littlo  one could be naved. This Cordial can be  given with safety_to_tiic_smallest chilrl,-  _as_tlvffre_il~iio*^ff3uri'n\rs_8UbHt"alfeo-"'i',i~*'it'r"  GETTING_THE FACTS.  Hit Soeond Story Probably Differed  From the First One.  Long experience as a consulting attorney bas given Mr. Mooricy a Judicial habit of mind. He never accepts  tho facts at pur value, but always  lends those facts into the rear office  aud drops nold lu iheir eyes. The other day a friend rushed Hi, warm and  red. ���������     r  ".���������"Moonoy," said the friend excitedly,  "I've been Insulted, liinks just met  me nnd culled me all sorts of names.  We've bad trouble over that partition  matter, you know. He said 1 was a  pettifogger and a thief and a scoundrel and a perjurer and a wire haired  thug."      . .  "Um!" said Mr. Mooney, sitting farther down In bis chair and looking at  the speaker over his glasses. "Uml  And what do you propose to do about  -itr- ���������~���������,      ..   .-������������������-^~���������~-  '��������� "Does your 'automobile go faster:  than your neighbor's?" "No," replied j  Mr. Chuggihs., "But (my danger "sip;-j  nol'.' makes a much more disagreeable j  noise than his."���������Washington Star,'���������...   j  Mlnard's   Liniment  Cures   Dandruff  "Any old legends connected - with |  this place?" "Yes, there's a legend I  that the hotel used to be good once!  upon a time. That's what brought mcj  horo,"--Louisville Courier-Journal.  How's This? !  Wo offer One Hundred Hollars Reward  for any case of Catarrh that cannot be  cured by Hall's Ontn-rrh Cure.  F, ,T. mtl'lNHY *. Co., Toledo, O,  We, the undersicue'l, have known V. ,1.  Chenev for the Inst, (lfiecu vrnr.i, and lie-  Hove him perfectly honorable* I������i nil business transactions nnd financially able  carry out any obligations 'mado by hifl  firm.  WAMHN'O,  KIN NAN  ft MAttVIN,  Wholesale Hi'iigglfltH, Toledo, 0.  Hnll's f'ntnrrh ft ure is taken internally,  noting directly upon tho blood nml mucous  HiirfnecH of tlio system. 'IVstimonhilH sent,  free, Prlco 75 cunts per bottle, flold liy  all Hruiricists,  Tako Hairs Fninily Pills for constipation.  "What do I propose to do about it?  Why. 1 was so astounded at the moment that I could make no reply at^  all. But, now that 1 have somewhat  recovered myself, 1 have determined  to go down to.Hinks' ofllce and knock  ids block off.'I'll beat him to a quivering froth."  "Um!" snld Mr. Mooney, slipping  down a notch. "Uml So would 1 If  nny one called me tbe names that  Hln Its called you. But before you go  suppose you sit down with me for a  moment."  The ludignnnt friend took a chair.  "Now," unld Mooney, danglhig his  eyeglasses, "whnt are tlio facts in the  caseV"���������Cincinnati Times-Star.  THE  OLD   LIBERTY  BELL.  History of This Relic of the Revolutionary  Patriots.  Overvigoroiis ringing ot the old Liberty; bell many years ago ou the occasion of tbe I'l'leliriii.iou of the Declaration of independence was what put  the crack In It and forever destroyed  Its resonant ton***. It was cast by Pass  & Stow in Philadelphia and hung In  tue Peltry ot ilie uow Historic state-  house In lower Chestnut street early In  June. 1753. tl contains 2.1M0 pounds  of metal. ,  Near the top of the bell were oast  the words "Proclaim.;*Liberty Throughout All the Lauu into All tue inhabitants Thereof." Prophetic of its destiny, this gave It the uame Liberty  bell.  "Do these city hoarders of yours  make themselves at home?" nuked tho  / neighbor.' "Nope," replied Farmer  Oorntosse],, "Porno o' theni would  never think of nelin' the way they do  if they wns in tlieir own Iioihoh."--  Wnshinglon Slur.  Eczema Always  Burning and Itching  No Caste In Snores.  Tho eniiBo and curo ot snoring concern nil classes, snys the London  Cbrotilolo. Wo hnvo record thnt both  tho house of lords nnd the workhouse  have suffered from it. There wus a  former Duke of Norfolk who fell Into  tho hnblt of stooping audibly in tho  lords, nnd It happened that he was  hard nt It on one occasion whon a bill  concerning tho parish of *Ureat Snoring, In Norfolk, enmo boforo tbo houso.  Tho ronr of laughter with which iho  bill's title wns greeted awakened the  duke nnd relieved his follow poors. At  tbo other end of tho social ucnlo wi������  luive tlio poor, law commission minority's commendation of the. iugeiiloiiH  workhotiHO muster who divided tho old  men ot night so that tho snorers and  tho deaf mon slept In ono ward uud  tho rest iu another.  When the British army marched on ;  j Philadelphia in 1777 the bell wns taken down ny patriots and carried off in  the night to Allentowu in'order that  it might not fall Into the hands of the  enemy. Iu 1781 Itwus returned to the  tower of the stateliouse.  For more than half a hundred years  thereafter the hell was ruug and honored on Independence day every year  before the crack appeared in It. An  effort was made to restore Its toue by  sawing the ornek wider, but this proved of no avail. The bell was finally  removed from tbe tower to n lower  Btory of the stntehouse and used ouly  on. extraordinary,' occasions. Subsequently It* was rigged up ou its original timbers in the vestibule. In 181)3  it was exhibited at the Columbian exposition in Chicago.  Mr. N.  Out Ifuy.  Used Box of Cuticura Ointment and  It Completely Disappeared,  "I lmvo miffiTiv! from nrwmri for two yearn.  Ttie trouble bruan on oim arm whero there  sppiuiri'd a red Knot of about ft flvo-nnnt win".'  sad it siwuyit luus-iicii, mi trio time itcninir  nntl tiiirT'.ltii*. Tbe lir-.l (In;*:! 1 itliln't earn,  but swing tlmt tt R������in������d In nImi, I tried  ������������������ Ulutmont and ointmnnt, but both  without xtii-vrtif,. It w������i always burning und  Itching. Having wnn In tlio nowHp*i|n*r tbo  idvartlnf-mcnt of tin: <.'minim Knini*rtli*n, I  tried a tit tin, und i,r*eIr!K thut It lininuvril,  Aft������r havlne uss������d on* boi, my wneimi com-  pltMdy illsttiipKaM'd. Tho Putltura Oliitminit  iliotili bo kept in t-vfty hoiim," (HlirnissJ)  N. Outlfuy, Marl/ivllle, Quo., Jan. 14, lull.  I Johnnie Knew.  A toucher tu un uptown school wns  i giving her smnli charges a lesson in  I politeness the oilier dny.  |    "Now, whon." mild sho. "Bhould you  I sny 'KxciiNo ino, pli'iisoV' "  Thero wim n moment\q sllouoo. thou  n very smnli boy put up hiu hnnd.  "Woll, .lobiiiili-7"  ���������Tloimo. ii iii 'ii ui. yon should sny 'Excuse ino, plenso,' when you 8tn*o**o nt  tli* tnblo nml don't turn nwny your  hend quick enough."���������Cleveland l'lulu  Dealer,  Fiih and Brain,  Tlio nnylng Mint Hull In llio host brnln  food   comes   of   nn   old   long  tongiio  wliidbng yenrs ngo nnylng* "Thought  Is  impossible   without   phosphorous."  So n Swiss chemist, knowing thnt fish  ,i    i    ,      i   ,. .,     ,.,,   * .     .. i  ^,l,l..,l,li.ti     |,���������u,i|,���������,",n,.i,     (,.,..     ,,iy    ������.������.'������,  two totjether. noil broniMit forth a nnylng Unit will never die.  Shakespeare ae an Actor.  Shakespeare onco played the ghost  in his own' "Hamlet." A younger  brother of the driituntlst in describing  tho event said that he wore "a long  bcurd and appeared ho weak and  drooping nnd iinnblo to wnlk that ho  wiis forced to be supported and car-  rled by nnothor person to a table, ut  which ho wus seated among some  com puny,"  In "As You Llko It" Avon'n bnrd  assumed the role of Adam, tbe old  Horvnnt, lu whom wns represented  "the constant service of tho untlipie  world" and who wns "not for tho  fashions of these times."  Parnoun Gretna Green.  (!rotnn (ireen, Scotland, became famous for Its eoli'briitlon of Irregular  mnrrlages. l-'or mnny years tho aver-  ago number wns not). Tho ceremony  consisted only of nn admission, beforo  witness, by the couplo that tliey were  husband nnd wife, this being snlllcletit  to constitute n valid marrlngn. After  this the iifllclnlliig functionary (for  mn uy years a blacksmith', together  with two wltneasL'S, slgut'd tliu mar-  rlngo cortlllcuto.  C. P. R. Report  A. glance at "the report of the Canadian Pacific Railway for the year ending June 30tll, 1911, shows how rapidly  this railway is covering Canada with  its network of steel rails. The report  of the road for "the year .1910 puts the  actual C. P. R. mileage at 10,270,6,  and, the mileage, under construction at  471.4,miles. This year's report shows  that, the actual mileage of" the Company has advanced to 10,480.9 miles  and'.''.that it has 983.3 miles of new  track under construction. This means  that the C. P. K. li'As under construction almost three miles of track for  every working day in the year.  While.most of the-new track is, of  course, being laid west of Winnipeg,  there, are also a number of new extensions being built in Eastern Canada. The new grain route from Victoria Harbor to Bothany, being the  largest of these extensions under con-  sTrucfion. In; Western Canada, the"  Saskatchewan. Division of the road  will-construct the greatest amount of  new track. Here the C. P. R. has  under construction 525.5 miles; distrih.  uted" ns follows: Moos-o Jaw, southwesterly. 35 miles; Outlook to Kerrobert, 102.4 miles; Kerrobert, northeast 25 miles,; Forward, westerly 46  miles; Estevan to Forward, 55 miles;  Craven to Bulyea, 21 miles; Regina to  Colonsny, 133.1 miles; Swift Current,  southeast ,45 miles.; Wilkie to Anglia,  31 miles; Wilkie, northwest 32 miles.  On the Alberta Division, construction work is going on os follows;  Irricima, east 36.7 miles; Bassnno to  junction, with Kininvie, northwest  35.5 miles; Swift Current,, northwest  35 miles; Carmnngay to Aldersyde,  50,3 miles; Galloway to Waldo, 13,4  miles j: Castor, oast .60 miles.  Didn't Want Much  The Uneiiiployod-~*'An' don't y.eza  want to hire a man to work nround  the house P"  Tlie1' Housekeopor-���������"No, there's not  enough work to keep n man busy.".  The Unnni])loyod--"Suro, it takes  darn little work to keep me busy."���������  Toledo Blade.  mm Li  Eddy's "Royal George" -ombine Safety, Surety and Silence  in Matches and sell at about. 1,000 for 10 cents. There's  nothing "just as good.  What Me Wanted.  Tho doctor stood nt tho bodnldo nnd  looked gravely down at tho luvulld.  "I ennnot hide from you the fact that  you uro very III," ho said.   "Is thero  uny ono you would llko to sooV"  "Vos," snld thu hull'oror fnintly.  ��������� ���������'Who toil v"  ,    "Anothor doctor."  "Hns lio done anything sinco ho  wont' to the legislature?" "You hot  he hns, He. Iuih mado a record."  "Funny 1 hadn't heard of it," "You  will. He solicited a bribe yesterday  nnd there was a dictnphone concenloil  in tho room."���������Houston Daily Post.  Gentlemen (savagely to hairdresser)  --"Yoil villiun! That stuff you* warranted to do nwny with tho bald  patches I hnd hns takon ovory hair  off my head!"  Hairdresser���������"Well, it. has done  away with the bald patches; your  luMid's bald all over now!"  Ho���������"Did you ever try tlio nhsont  treatment. Miss Oussie?'  She <brightonitm)--"No1 hut T  should love to, Can't you give ino a  trial of it, now?"���������Baltimore Amorican.  It is easier to look thonghful tlnm it  is to deliver tho thoughts,  Mail For The Mtirphys  A freckle-faced girl stopped at" the  post oilice and yelled out: "Anything  for* the Murphys?"  "No, there is not," said the postmaster.     ,  "Anything for Jane Murphy?"  "Nothing,"      -  "Anything for Ann Murphy?"  "No." y  "Anything'for Tom Murphy?"  "No,"  "Anything for Bob Murphy?"  "Not a bit,"  "Anything for Jerry Murphy."  "Nothing at all."  "Anything for Lize.Murphy?"  "No, noi- Pat, Murphy, nor Denis  Murphy, nor Peter Murphy, nor- Paul  Murphy, nor John, Jack nor Jim  Murphy,. i,ipr an*y Murphy, dead, living, unborn, native or foreign, civilized, savage or barbarous, male or female, black or white, franchised or  disfranchised,' ' noturnl. or otherwise.  ���������No', there is positively nothing, jointly, severally, now and forever."  The girl lokod at tho, postmaster in  astonishment, nnd said; "Ploaso seo it  tliere is anything' for Clarence  Murphy."    ,   .  ,   ,  Fdr your own Kiike, don't wait until  it 'happens, It, may ho a hendnohe,  tnothocho, earache, or some nainful  accident. Humlins Wizard* Oil will  curo it,   Got a bottle now.  Maud���������"Did Alico sny anything  about mo during her call yesterday?"  Hthel-"Oh, no; she's n nice girl, if  she can't speak well pf any one she  snys nothing at all,"���������Boston Trans-  script.  HoomrnixMl ns tlio lendieir wnoelflo for  ���������Mo iI'skimotion of wormN, Mot'ior Ornvi'B'  Worm Kxtermhintor hns - proved ��������������� boon to  mitTorlnir ohlldron overywhero, It seldom  fulls,  "1 four that T have "not, gathered sufficient evidence to convince the court  of my client's insanity." "Perhaps  tho court, will regard his employment  of you ns evidence,"���������Houston Post,  UUCKS   ^'1  n(?   you   a  nn that fit-  far and 'at  Whon  tho  Ducks  are    cnllin-?    you  want a but  will shoot  ������ tr (inn,       tho  ' ORBBNBU     system     of'  ������r������U,eJ.bor.lnR beat all' the  World's  best   mnkerH   at  the   Great   London   Gun  trials and  Is to-day  tho  only -method, .guarantee-  tntr an 80 por cont. pnt-  Jmttnpr as  well   as  even  distribution   nnd   Is   but  one of tho nmny  unique     features  for     which     tho  ORRENKH   OTJN  ^   IS   FAMOUS.  iSond  now  for new Canadian  list  (U, ���������!) and free booklet "The House'of,  Greenor."  W. W. Greener, 63 & 65 Beaw Hall  Hill, Montreal,-P.' Q.  A Corroctlon  "Did you sny I wiw halt wittod."  "No,   I Hnid- you would be if you  had jtiHt a little -more intelligence,"���������*  Now York Kvening World,  Hopo For the Ohronlc Dyipoptlc���������  Through lack of consideration of thn  body's needs many porsonH allow disorders of the dlKOHtivo appariituH to en-  duro until tliey bonomn chronic, filling  days and nlghtH with HutTorlnir, To theso  n courRO of I'lirmeloo's Vcgetablo IMUs Ir  loconitnoiidod ns a suro nnd woody wny  to rogaln hnalt.li. Theso pills nro specially compounded to combat dyspepsia nnd  thn mnny Ills tlint follow in Its train, and  thoy aro HiieooHnful nlwnys.  Cook, did you stay long in your last  place?" "I never stays 'nowhere long  enough to he discharged, l's ono of  tlioHo tireless cookers."���������Judgo.  Mlnard's Llnhtient for inle everywhere  "Joni'Hhy says ho is going to got  damages for that assault ou him."  "Good hen ven a I Does ho want uny  more than hu got?"��������� Baltimore Amort,  can,  se  s  8ho Knew All Right.  "You don t know what that's a pie-  turn of, toimnyV" svilit Mr������ I iwptm������ In  n tone of reproof. "Von ought to read  your undent nlfdory moro. That Is  the teiiiplo of Dimili ut Kmplnisis,"���������  Chicago Tribuuo,  A Generation of Success  For mori! ilinri a r'ssfu-ilnn Colli lira Soup  and Ciuis-urit (Mniimnt hnvo nirnrdiil the  *'iccilli'( t trifl mint M-onomls-nl IrciAlini lit fur  llfhlni*. tsurrilnii. hs-uI)* hlui M/i'ilInu ������>l:li> ind  icalp humorn, of yimnt; ������n<l old, A Kini*le  ���������nt l* titUti niflVli-ni, Hold by dniKuUu  and drain* cvi-ry*iVT<\ > or a lltioul miii|s1o  of Cuticura Rotp tnd Otntmunt, ix*t-fr<'������  ������lth S2-p, l>ook on ikln rmptlonn, M*nd to  IVstttr Tlmt A CY.tnt. Corp., vtl*. i>roi*., M  OoJumbui Arc. notion. U. 8. _,  I Usually tha Cm*.  Tho husband may uv \*,.\i of bis own  I housp, but ni* wife usually cnnceiiis  { the fact trout IiIh UiiowiedKu until lu������  i force I h nbout IL-sSL  Umin I'oot-Uls-  petrh.  i "*  Tba bout preparation for the future  la ths> pr*>������4>nt well seen to, tba Hat  duty wen dono. -  No ChittruotlAn,  In tho courmj or a trial nt Wator-  bury, Conn., tbo I'xiinilnor was tryui������  to get tbo topography ot tbo country  nnd tho relative Hltuntion of obJoctH.  'J'ho wltntiw wa������ 'iiHki>d, "Wblcb way  I doos tlio road run past your houso'/"  Tho roply wuh. "Both ways, your  honor, up nod dowu^-Caso und Com-  maul.   ,        ,f  Touching Him.  ri*ltor-I now your hti**ibnntl Jn the  crowd In town today. In fact, ho was  no clono that I could hnvo touched  him HoatMi*���������That's Btrnnc*. A.t  homo he Is so closo tbat nobody can  touch bim!  W. N. U��������� No. 864.  DominiotiSecuritiesGrpo]  RATO!  OMITED.  capital paid up, f,i.ono.noo nrir.wr niNO, *roo,cioo  C*l.l,ll.l..,i   1901  HEAD   OFFICE:    20    KING   STREET   EAST.   TORONTO  Otticara:  HON.'f'EO. A.  COX  E.  ������. WOOD   -      -  O. A.  MORROW  ���������     ���������     President  VlCE-PRIIBIPENT  -  VlCU-PMEOIbeNT  E, R. PEACOCK  W. O. HO DOE IN 9  J. A.  PRASER  ��������� General manaoir  Manaoem  ��������� ������     ���������      skcnktanv  MONTREAL   BRANCH  CANADA   UIFE    DUIUOINO  E.    C.    NO������������WO������TMV,   MANACtr.a  LONDON, Ena., BRANCH  67   CORNHIUL,   LONDON,   C.C.  H.   O.   WALLACE ��������� ��������� MANAHKn  Canadian Government, Municipal and Corporation Bonds  ^    'I  ������,i (tf  THE   NEWS; CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  >���������<���������"#  w]_ooks am  on  The Sneeze Wood Tree  IN SOUTH AFRICA, prlncipuiiy In  Natal, grows a remarkable tree,  which Is known as thv: sneeze  wood tree. It ls so called because  w'lion It la being sawed the flno pow-  il_>t->      si.,'viiwr      fl-iim       tllil       UMlllil       li nic      na  i\T  ' ������*^-**f\.--*"  *������������������������������������������>        mmm^^mm_������*"���������V          fm ������ ��������������� _Plmm_"^%Imm_tm_^m^*-_    ___. *m_m 'Hioho  trues aie  valuabl'e,  however,  %          #_^   I/        J       ���������      I A     I      A I #         \ f^k I tar work that must last a long time,  %        #_T         Iff                   ������          I           I            If             If     ^1 as   ihey   nre   nover   attacked   by   in-  %     Im          Ift                  i           I            I            11            il       \ sects.   This is been use Us wood Is ex-  \ /__^_a  11                _ta_a I           I            I %_   __Wt         1 tromoly Isim-i- to the taste, by which  VJk J^/JET-L X lwl   I J.K-u ^,,s uw,iir ,wci" ",,d  /"~                                                                       '_Ml^^-^Mni|��������� It would be carious v    nave a'nat-  /   ������������������_Hl|HHH_H_B_M'?'w^r,"9VH^^^^^^^^H8DH  TV  /  ���������������������������N&s  ar  :&A"id^^$.  '-' '"��������� sw  i&s>f  sii  m  W'  iy  ssM;  *^&������  i&MMSi  M  l/'^V*  ^v  .**:  ��������� f  .v*  ;-j*v  ���������^*-  *#  '%i*V*  "������ *  "d*  .*>  afij?,  %v'.5s ^  a\\>  |I,,_S������  W\'!������  birds.  It would be carious v nave a naturalist's explanation of a possible  connection between I'hls hi-tenuis  and tbe tree's sneeza-produeinfr ni-.r.li-*  tlOH.  To Clean a Carafe  EVICHY housekeeper who owns a cut-  glass carafe has been up against  the proposition of cleaning out the  deposit on the inside. Hot water, besides belns- extremely, bad for the glass,  ls of .little avail, even If It be very-  soapy. Here  ls u process  which takes  ,. but a few moments and Is very satis-'  factory. Place in the bottle a teaspoonful^ of hydrochloric acid or spirits of  salts; 'manipulate the bottle so that  every portion of it shall be thoroughly-  rinsed, rhe deposit, no matter how  hardened, will be removed Immediately.  -^When  the carafe has been thoroughly  . cleaned,  rinse  well  in  clear  water.  V\  /���������**������������������  y>;  ��������� _������*S  -VJ-*������-ij3  *^_y-*  .^gg^m-teX  DO YOU ever take your pet books  with you on your vacation? If  you are familiar wltb the usu.il  summer library at hotels, on-  trains or, boats, you will realize the joy of  havingyoun.pwn editions of your beloved  writers with you when .you ,<feel In-  epired to read. 1* know several friends  who would as soon leave home their  eoap as their books. It's a gocd habit  to form, one of the beneficial kind, and  one that you will be glad is yours.  Now, there are several suggestions for  as useful, And. by the way, did you  ever try to make a wooden bookrack?  It's easy if you have wood and hinges  Your finely bound book should be protected during its vacation; that is, If  you expect to be generous and lend It  to any friends.  So you mast provide a leather cover  for It. Many varieties are at your disposal. The greens, tans, grays, In ooze  and ordinary leather, are exquisite,  especially when decorated with colors  or when showing tooled and illuminated  -**���������.*  ��������� V  :v������  \  \  books, our best friends. You will wish  tso pack them, and the bottom of the  trunk i.s the beet place. Do not place  them  where  any  screws  or  nails  will  "coine^ln-confact-with'   iWmT"Tn"Tlie"  quick  handling of  baggage,  nails have  r'ft habit of appearing at unexpected  places and leaving ugly, disfiguring  marks on books. If this danger be  possible, wrap your books in paper or  cloth.  While packing them, place in the collapsible bookrack. It can be placed  on your room table and ls delightfully  convenient as a holder. The wooden  or brass forms  are decorative as well  designs. They are removable and can  be transferred from one favorite to  another. Then there are covers that are  made of denim, linen, moire silk. These  "aT'e""iiTade"~ji"ist~*Tas'���������you- u&ed ~to ���������cover -  your schoolbooks with gingham or calico. They *���������''��������� are stitched up separately  and are large enough to allow an easy  adjustment  and  removal.  If your books are to spend their vacation with you at a very watery or  loggy resort, this fact must be recognized and the subsequent destruction  overcome. Even night fogs are harmful to bindings, and continual exposure  will warp the covers, destroy the gilt  edges and  affect the pages.    Did you  ever think of an oilcloth cover? Buy  white oilcloth, preferably plain, cut it  in oblong to fit your books, turn over  the edges and sew on each book, using  very strong thread. It has saved many  an old muster from a watery grave.  For the seagoing traveler this is a valuable suggestion.  Thsa~llne drawings"~afe"hlnts���������"fo"r~'  your own decoration of book or magazine covers, The Egyptian scarab is  particularly effective In orange and  yellows mixed with tan on brown  ooze leathers. You can buy a plain  cover and add this tn watercolors or  stencil dyes. It can be placed at the  top or .in the center of the cover,  Your initials can be placed In the  oval body, if you wish. TKis design  is also workable on linen. Blues and  greens with a touch of gold are beautiful on tan, gray or green denim or  CLEANING THE GAS  2kx>K cover  linen. Here is a chance for embroidering. The main lines can be done in  thread, the rest filled in with dyes or  watercolors.  Tho decorative tree affords a different kind of motif for the cover. Follow the same method as that suggest-  _ed_abo_ve.__Any_ color.can_be_������prnbined_  with green on the background, which  is most effectual when of a neutral  shade.  In the decorative ship we have a de-  **C'  >^\  Blgn appropriate for tho yaaht's library, the gift to bo preuontod to the  travolei abroad, or tbo story thnt sings  of tho sen It can be made effective in  brown nnd yellow, black and red,  blnck nnd gold Anv* touch of biil-  llant color iu good to enny out this  fioo, donning ti (Hitment,  Theso designs can bo tiaced from  the impel to the touu Uho cat bon  pnper botwoen this Bluet and the nui-  teilnl nnd draw ovor the lino, di awing with n firm Htiolcn The foirn wll!  bo transferred to tho book cot or  "We get no good by being uniiPtier*-  ous, even to a book," hii>h Mrs Hrown-  ing, Hero in Ninety a practical and  profltnblo wny to Bhow your appreciation,  Oi2c2q222 -for a \mh*v Jfczp  Uf*\OOK\m with jrnn Ih qiil<*lt nnil  I . onBy, but the odor from tho  v-/ rniigo Ih horrible," wiih tho coin-  plillnt I bonrd from n woman not mnny  dnya njro, Knowing full well that thoro  nhouid be no unplenannt odor from ono  of tho modern (tiih fitovoB, I mudo a fow  InqnlrleH and illnraverod thnt hIio who  mndo tho oomplnlnt hnd boon tidlnir hor  rnngo for a yonr without ever giving It  ix thorough cleaning.  No wondor It Hmellcdl Any ntovo  would nnu'll where duHt and itroaae had  been nllnwod to collnct nnd Hooroh wh������n  tho heat wns applied, I folt morry thnt  Dio hoti������������>lfs*>oivnr lived who wim nn imtldv  thnt Hhe nllowed bor rnnno to get to  the "nmolly ' miito when it ih Btich un  ������*n������y matter to keep it clonn. A little  tlmo, a littlo euro each day nro all that  !������ required, with a thorniiBh elaanlntr  onco In evory two montha,  Aftor th������ men! haw Mien tiriennrprt nnd  whllo tbo Iron parts aro jitJII hot. rub  them ovor wltb nn old ������oft cloth thnt  will ntiHort) any grunge,  Pull out tho long (hallow r>nn thnt tliu  In directly under the humor* nml wipe  KrenHo or wntor nooti from thnt. If the  broiler hfti been med, be nuro to wimh  it with hot suilit, not ncKtcctliiK the pan  underneath tbnt olio. Ilriuh nut the  oven after u.ilwr It; and If tho Julcci  from fruit pic* have bubbled over and  .burned on  the oven'i bottom, scrape  mm  BEFORE CHANGING YOUR  POSITION  tht������ aff -with a hroad-bta/M knife.  Whon giving tho rnngo n, thorough  overhnijllnir. remove every pnrt that can  lie rnmnvfsfl . tV. lUl.i tlio nlntn wsirmer.  oven rack*, patm, broiler, etc���������nnd briinh  fiv*ry particle of it imt nwny with a miff  bnmh, Wltb a cloth dampened nHuhtly  with keronenc oil wipe off nil parts of  the rnn������n to remove nny groine or dirt  Unit mny cviidn the brimh. With n hatpin clean tho hole* tbroimh which tho  Kim i-mi**i|i'*h and carefully clean tbn  metal around tho Kan Mop*,  Ilrut-h nut the oven, und If neexcii-uy  wn������li it out. Cknn ench Hcparute port  tiiorotiBbly wllh the oily cloth and apply  JE&27CIV& 2fmrwJ<2'r<372dJid'  Hove blncklnu with a briwh for that  purpimi', When thin ban dilusl, pnhnli  bright with another noft cloth and put  back lulu place tltum* plccca yuu huvs**  removed.  If  thia  plan  be  followed,   you  will  nover have cnimo to comi'tn'n of any  uiipit-aimiit osliir ,������r 1 .-���������,11u [i,.,,, >v,ur i,,s-.  ran Re.  I.lite any ut In* r Impls-'ovnt finptoy^.,) in  )iou������'lM-t"jsIin;, tlu* r.-itiKf iiiuist tse kept  clean to give the boHt r***-ultH.  WHKN n ftlrl ln'comoH iIIhhiiIIh-  llisd with her work, His* tlm  thliiK rb,, thlnltH of diiltiit Ih  tu get niiiillH-r poHltlssii���������llint Ih tin*  chief thought. Mow, wIuti* nnd when  iloi'H not ciiici- Into it. Hut huiitliiK  for work Ih 111< ��������� ��������� irylim tn Uml thu  nnrlli iinle, Kvery dny you think  you will have It nml then iiiihUht  day hoi'H by nml ynu ni'is tin iii'iirer  tho Holutlon nf the I'ldilln thnn bu-  fini*.  I hco thnt Homo poiiplrs llilnli It better for li Klrl to kivij up inr worn, il  Jl j.*. ),<,( ,',,(,.���������!.��������� 1,1} ;i.'jsl 1" i  cIhiiicch nf ndvunrcmi'iit lis* nh������w nr  very f.ir npart; hut It I* uulli* evident tlmt thn people who Hunk hsi  were either burn wltb n Hick wlHb-  Isrirui lucked under their chin, it mold  Hpi'Niti'Ui Uieir iMisuttiH nr tney ns>si  bad to bunt fur nometliinjr u> dn,  It Ih miire thnn i*vldem thnt tliey do  mil know huw pi'ifi'uily rburmiiiK it  Ih to walk miuureH to nave ,'s cenlH,  to toll upHtiiii'H nr tnivi'l up uml ilowu  In ejevatorH that mnku your In-uit  fairly jump nut wh.*n tliey ntnrt,  isissi thin, in all llki-Utiiiiiil, Hit .ii.il  wait iHiywIierts from livu mlnuteH to  li'uire,  To every tnlvcrtlHcnii'iit tiin������*risil In  a paper, mu)- |nr u Mi'IiiikiiipIkt anil  typewriter or bookkeeper, tliern will  bn on tlie nveniite fifty anawora, poh������  Hlbly leHH, probably moro,- Very often  )u iniHWi-r In finmi- (jl'JWlllK I's'spii'l't fur a  Htenonriiplii*r, lo whloh ymi huvo hnd  u iinpieHi tu enn, when* n full-  IIciIki'iI, I'xps'ils'iiii'sl pi'i'Hun Ih waiits-il,  yuu will Uml Hint thsy p'llsl ilirli- iiif.t  W a ws-ek ninl ceein nminted thnt  ynu hIiouIiI want more,  Miiyb,, ll Ih Home nnn'iiw-iiiIihW ,1  mini ' who wIhIu'h to Iiii|U'i*hh ynu  with bin Keiis'l'imlty when lis* tsflln  ynu In* pulil IiIh Inst Htetnsgiii|iber 118  li ws-eh, l^is iss/| iiii.si i ,��������� ������us .<. .," T....I  Iii' ';��������� ,i ih,!: tn ssffi-v *."si tb-it much  If yun |iet Jin, ynu will In* fortunate,  nml (ben lmve to wnlt two yearn for  ���������niulliir . iliillar. l.'pi'ii Invi ntlK.itlnn,  you   Will   Ilinl    Mini     your    pledi'iewioi*  wiih vVeH nn III .vi-urn, hint Iis'imi with  . ��������� .> ,   , .  I,SHI      ������<>|       ���������l,>,t.',       ....     ���������   ..       ,        ������������������  all prnbniilHty ils-Hs-rvid u ureni deal  mure than hIi������* rei'elvi-d,  Winn yun luive decided tliat your  work In im Ioniser tu your liking; when  ynu nre punitive that there li tin cbuni.-t*  to milks' more money and you fi*el eon-  llsleiit yiii are worth more, ilnu and  only I).i h think sit K.viiiK U|i , .\m \,\*.\-  lino, fiernemlier yuu know aomethlnic  nf ���������Ati.ii von ars* dulnit. tint nothing at  .ill uf wisisl ynu Vis,siiil Ls, t-k|,<-i IsU tu ,1 i  In a Muiiifi' ps^ltlnii. I "j nnt pimp  frvim llm frying pan into tlio lite,   *"*  mam  _i  m  is������_s_^:t_s������Wrty:i_m������,   _a| mt+m. Hi, rt^,J��.Mi.i .Mtj***m~t*Jmy_ *~i^,at,-&_iit
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Cumberland B.C.
mmy's Bicycle Shop
H* jHak&hishi, Pmp.
We are informed that a petition
was in.circulation some time ago
and signed by a large number of
our citizens requesting the city
council to permit the running of
a sporting house���or house-of
prostitution���whichever you like
to cull it, in this city. The
reasons raven foi this was lliat it
��� -     I A
would greatly add to the prospei-
1 i y oi our city'.    In fact, our city
could   not prosper nud lake its
: place among the go-a-head cities
wi-hout ilijs great necessity. This
petition, if intended, never reach
ed   the   council; but we would
like to have seen it presented  to
that body, aud witnessed rhe  re
cep'ion it aud those presenting it
would   have  received from that
respectable body  of men.      We
are also informed that our forthcoming civic election is  to  have
this as a plank in die platform-of
some* of  the aspirants for civic
honors.   It" this is so, it is"up to
��� : Iiq decent people of this city   to
be on the alert, and by their votes
stUle for all time this abominable
 r-nncl-fi 1-t-h y���proposi ticuv���H- our
prospeiity depends upon the run*
niug of such places then let us do
without-such prosperity.
Ll wo can't hO decent,  let us be
'.,;-, -fiiH'.eii1. -is we can.' . -..     , '���"
WliiU ifi the reason,- that  only a
1   ''cry   suial!   percentage    of-' llio
'high .cliool feos have   been   collected for tho past yenr?    Has the
ciiy J its of iiiQtiey for school pur
pi)S,\s?    If \ou heard the   timttor
���   ,   * ��� -" t'.    -
di:-ciirio(^l at   Uie   council   hoard,
yi.U would think otherwise;'*. In
J..'(��_ tht' city paid ovor ami above
tin' gi/veniiiient grant, "about six
hundred dallui's, now ii litis mick.
od nearly if not qui to tho twinity-
five hum!rod dollar murk,''with a
fuii'-*proinisu of it still soaring upward, A remedy nnlut bu found
lor thi3 iti'.-.re'i.v.'l bcjliool e.xpundi
;iii'o or tho * it.y will i>o broU* and
��' O
havs' Ui lhi'';\v up us elifiVu*!' nnd
i it, thoirsivui'iunuut, run the suhools
' or giv) ns ii larger grunt for tlmt
purpose. Thi�� is uo idle tule, it
i>:'a fact,
yi m-'Vinij*;.
11 tick
\\kx-s   n
us  iii'Mpie  who urn  oor.
���jm;  iioiiij   turn  dt'aei'vc*,"
 c _
A nii'ii ifiii'i to  bliiinc if ho Ins
veil hair, but he is if his wifo has.
Cs)i'i'tt'ii!iy i-*. to   lmvu   u   lii^h
Civ!*" cleetjonh are not" far  dm-
1 nn -Uiim*- out vour 1111*11,
Two teams representing the
"best, talent in town played an
exhibition game on Saturday���
"Hospital Day," and a good
game resulted in a win for the
Maroonsj the score, being i goal
to nil.  ���   -
The Clack and Whites won
the toss and had lhe advantage of
the hill. The Maionis were -the
first to become dangerous, Booth
man and Harrison carrying the
ball to Clark's vicinity. The
defense cleared and the3game resolved itself into a battle between
the Blacks and Whites'" defence
and the Maroon's front rank. The
Maroons were the first..-.lo. rcoi ,
Carney accepting a pass fiom
Harrison gave Clark no chance.
The first half ended without any
further scoring. Iu the second
half the Maroons continued to
have the pull' but could not add
to their score,   -t
The Maroons were the Fetter
balanced team and deserved their
win. The goalkeeper was scldoni
tested but appeared to be shaky.
Strang at back played a safe
game' and should ,abou*i make
good in' the League team. Tlie
halves played a steady game and
had the opposing forwards iu
baud. The forwards are a
splendid quintette aud should
make good against any defense
in. B.C/' Iu Saturday's game the
right wings were inclined to be
selfish, forgetting that the forward rank was composed of five
men instead of two. For the
Blacks and Whites, Clark in goal
was iu great form and had all
kinds, of shots to deal with the
.backs, nines aud Campbell liave
strength and speed but arc' inclined lo be rash. The halfbacks were Mie best part of the
team and will not stand much
improvement. Of the lorwards
i) it was the pick and should have
a trial iu better company. Atrial
game will be played on Sunday
and the team lo play Nanaimo
and Victoria will lie picked fn in
ihe teams engaged..,
Mr J. I��� Brown, representing
Cumin viand Football Club, at-
I'liik-d a nii'e'ingheld iu Victoria
on ilie 9U1 inst., to organise the
B. C. league, Mr, Con, Jone ,
president, brought up the ques-
s ion tf expenses, and after con-
sideial le discussion he advised
Cumberland's repre,*-eiilntive to
withdiaw his npplif ntion, Mill,own refused io withdraw the
application, hut staled that as a
g*^-*^*^*^^ fcK?*Vrf^V^*^��tltf>**Jw^
Agents.for Pilseti'eV.Ii.r.e.w;iiig.Company\"4';B.IU*CR
Wholesale Dealers * in all Kinds "of     .      . ��� t A
Wines and Liq.uors.
Miss Hazel Park?, eldost daughter of Mr. and Mrb. Frank Parks,'
was united iu marriage to Mr.
Geo. Bertram on Tuesday evening
Oct. 17th,- Kov, 13. C.Fn:einaii
'      STRENGTH.
Italian standing army���14,000
officers, 225,000 men.
Italian naval force���31,000 men
Italian navy (commissioned,
built or building)���To battleships.
9 armoured cruisers and gunboats,.
3(3 destroyers, 30 fi.st class torpedo boats-and 22-.submarine-*;.
Turkish, army- 1,000;.00G matin seven, army .corps.
Turkish navy���9 const defence
ironclads, 5 protected cruiferV; 0
torpe-'lo vessels, 1 gunboat,* 21
torpedo- destroyers; 27.-' torpedo
boats and*'2' submarines, ���'���
Turkirih.naval force���31,000 officers, 9,000   lllll. I'i 1103.
Tho Italian, navy ranks fifth in
world.    '
R)It SALE -Olioicc Dunlin
Bulbs. Apply'Mrs; ,]. Stewart,
Kern Cultagy Allen Avenue.
FOUND'-A bunch of keys
Apply-tHis ollieo."
licintzmsn Piano for Sale.
TENQURS will, lie received :it the
ofiU-enlAV Wesley Williml, Cunibci land,
M.C., until Oi'iobot iki, IQ11, lor tlve pur-
chase of .t Hemlzman lJiano, The piano
is nlmost nevi tt'id in first class cuiul lion
am! can he seen al iho home of Miss
McDonald, Coiiion, li.C,
Lowest or any lender, nol necessarily
accepted.       W. \\\ WILLARD,
Official Administrator,
Cumberland, li C, Sept, lath, iqii,
The SS "Joan" will sail"as
Leave Viclotia Tuesday. 7 00
a.m., for 'Nauaiino, Union and
Leave Coniox Wednesday 8.00
a.m., for Union, Nanaimo ami
Leave. Vancouver Thursday,
9.0011,111., for Nanaituo, Union
nnd Comox.
Leave Coniox Friday, S.ooa.in
A reward of $20 is offered for
information that will lead to the
conviction of the.party or parties
who removed a rudder, gasoline
tank, and some pipe fittings irom
my boat which is lying^ou the
beach near Roy's.
Thos. E. IUtk.'
Cumberland, B.C., Oct, 3rd, '11,
NOTICE is hereby *.*iven th.iton il*c
first clay of December ion, application
will be made to the Superintendent of
Provincial Po'icp, for a renewal of the
whj!e*.ale l-qaor license up in the piem-,
ises known n_ Lot 24, Subsection :, Nelson District.
.Dated October 3rd, 1911.
Local, agent for
Cleveland, Massey-Harris
and Perfect bicvcles.
I Bicycles, Sewing Machines,
Guns, Etc., Etc.
Plumbing Done.
Bicycles for Sale
and Hire.
P.O. Box 360 Telephone 7-0 ��
If yoiv want Cheapest and Best pa'ronise��� -,.
:':,::���-.%. ABE.&'Co.:
No. 5 Japankse Town.
.   Fine Groceries, Dry Goods,   ��� . -.������"
':_'���      f:' Candy, Fruits, Etc., Etc.
���..-':   ,.."���-.       ��� 1 ,'      * ."*'"������-        ...'*.
1 have 3 fine Baths, complete, white enam-
n.   elled ware, o'ood quality,-, cost ^45.00. each,
���Now $35.00 easff
.__.C_l.ian g e.ol, ad v e_rt_i sen i_ej:4 s_\yil I
not be received at this office later
riKin i2 o'clock noon   on   Trie's-
'TAKE NOTIOE that the pnrt-
nership existing bet ween U. Horual and A. Maxwell in conucction
with the Star lyy-vy.Suble iu the
City of Ouiuhoi'hin/L lias been dissolved as of the 15 day of Septenv-
ber.:   '
. A11 debts d n'Ktho fi nn up to
and including Septcenibor loth,'
1911 are the joint property of It.
H'oriml and A. ' Maxwell and the
j? 11 u if) "may be pui'lto A Maxwell
who is authorized to givo receipts
for. the same.        .* '.*'*. '
All debts contracted by the
Ifrm up to and including tlio above
mentioned date must bu presented
within thirty days to A. Maxwell
who will satisfy tho samo, on my
- It, Ilornnl will imt bo responci-
blo for any debts contracted iii
connection with tho said Livery
Stable business on nnd nftor tho
15th, day of Sopiomboi'19L1.
IgUuiaiucL- ins   iiiiui  wc,|iini   play 1 "J' i;iii>.'u,  is.m.uss.u  .,.���.,    . .*������
A'UW.-. wl���.  WW,   lo   ..���HslllJlH-irl.���. three f-asss.s.wav ���o���y"^   y ^        ;
iTiiAii ki<! 11 il   iiv i-,iiiimtf> 1 i(i 1 home.      twas agreci   t',�� accent' r _  v      ��� tt .*
. uigiit 1^ci.n.ij   an   ihjih^h 1 to '   yj.oo ii.ui,, fuf Nauaiino,   Umcn;
ivi�� iliidr lHiiiii'n-tu thn Rcorotai'y|(inil')ei]lin('s clll,'>'' ��11-'  !t-'aM��L; j and Comox.
,���������,'<> Orimny  Stnubn
1 p'.i
I'fd'.-r 1
ill ��� lo
npi'.'y i'iui'1).    it. is  in*
11.1 t'-lll'.ll :,l I'lHIIOUe, bjniiiug
l,i>     l')'i'M|ll,
������si;.)!'- I",! t!
.1 ;
Distiict of Const.
takk notick 1 hnt Diwirbon Ward
Co,, Lid., uf Lotigiiboro Inlet, oreii-
paiiou lumlionniiii. into��*��� r 1 to apply
for 1 o.-niis.-inn lo pnicluiMi ibo fol
l(/��vin-",'dwcril*osl land*-: Couiiiihiio
inpint a po��l. 1 l*iur,od on llm **ooih
m|i1o of H111 (Iwick Inland about 20
chiiiiiH fromfhore,'tbont'c on tho
flint bonndiirv lino of lou'o lot
marked Tifl II 11 M; tlfonr.o north 20
chniiiH, ihenceein-l 20ehaiiiHtlmiico
north 20 onnins ihonco oust }J0
chniiiH, Uiinco Houth *I0 olmiiin,-
ilieiK'O wo9i50 chnitip, bnclc to phioi��
of comnif*nw'iiioul, oont-iiiuiip( 1C0
icros more or les*"-*,
Oavimhon WaiihOo. Ltd.-
K S Ward, a^ont
Dut.(I A'iC-iHl UK UM1,
|  Capital $6,200,0OO. Reserve $7,200,000    _
I   The Royal Bank of Canada. "I
1*'   ...,- *-.*���������: ^���������* vio
!���'" OVER   THE    WORLD. ' i
| .at highest  Current Rates uiiuwi-d on IJepos-ite of $1 and. upwards.**, I
g CUMBERLAND, B.C., Branch, Open Daily |
| UNION WHARF. B. C,   Sub-Erach, Open Thutsdays |
| D. M. MORRISON,, Manager. ��� ' J
| COURTENAY,   H   C ,    Bi anch,    Open Daily.    . |
1 VV. HOPFj'Maneger. 1
___ _ra_ .D_,-_�����_,���^__lJ_______.
1  P. Phillipps Harrison
Dunsmuir avenue
*�� tiuauau.,- .���nsJD,'wWwu4��
XUhoiesale Dcaletr in WlNES, LiIQUOR Bt. BEEF^
P. 0. BOX 482
PHONE 20....
This is t)ic first spring in the history of Comox
District that the local demand for eggs has been
equal to the supply. Nothing pays better than
poultrv, if they are rightly managed, Begin,
with tlie little fellows and feed them CHICK
POOD, which is a mixture.of hone lmiol, wheat, ,
oats, com and othur grain, cut and blended in
the right proportion to make them thrive and
grow,    Kor sale by   ,
B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.
yfMnumv.'oaian'-'t BtOT��t��:��trBannBif if\wefeaa ^jxa^trmim.
ftiysm___i___aa__ VuV EtOtuLX
One 4-cyliuder. IlJJICK,
complete with top, glass
front, speedoiuc t er,
electric side and tail
lamps, aud acetylene
head lights. tQti(f
Piiee,    ...      fO��W
One rnr Rnmo t\s nbovo,
with head, side aud tail
NOnCKii  luruliy Kivon   llmt ou llio
llr-tt dny of I)p(2(Miil)ori)Oxt oiu'lio*'1' '���> W*H
, ,,. ,  ...   ,���,,,,    ,  ' .,.'  ''"������    ''nM*.*^t    (il    tivs     Ic-im*,-    vi'/    i      ..onyi- Qfiinriy  Stiiul*iv      !*>.k   l,r> innils-, ts*.   tlio   Simprirtlnmlr-nt' nf   Vro.
..     it i*. lii'MVMtrv tlmt' Vaii(j|uuvci', Victoria, Lailvsntith, i;i.in,, for Union,   Nanaimo, and I vinoinl l'oli<>> Viotorin, f-.r u nmcwnl nf
M^iaimMMKlCuii'.betla.id.    Mr. i Victoria. |t|,e hotdlo^toH llli��,nor*l,y roinil
Jones will di.n.iU-a n*i 0|   (,0|rlj jf.,|.B|iu��M ��t I.n.v\ 11.0.   Fi.hi.Thuun
AU-Icils lo the winning toam, NOMCK is h��*...l.y ��iven limi mi th.'     J)al(Ml M..,>t-��.l��..r S.f, 101
,,,      ,      I r ul) ilny nl Novfinhcr   lot I, ;iiii-I iniinn ,
,                                                '  ' ' - i*.ill Im made to   ilu: Supennte.iilimt ni'
thoir first i'T.ime at   N ni.-umo on i ,,,.,.������,,, n,���;.... t���r ,i, ,���,��� ,i A\
lamps, genera
tor, etc. P
SS $750
. >
ll     4,1.
ll .li!''
llliill     I:
,'lt   if
t.'iiinbi-ilaHd   ti*.ii��i   will   pi:
NOTIOK in liiro'iy Rivnn lliat on Mifi flr��t
i Hi,
utw parb'uiR'Ut   ��ili   In*
"alico ''or the despatch oi bitsi
!���'���"����� ou November i^tb,
,,,v'*  ������'���"!��� ���"    ���" " " ' ""   rivi.*nii.;,tl ['oil---.', Tir tlv-'ni'.-uir   il  ;i  li       *""���" '"   r"
Sunday, V)'\\ ilist.. and the SfC-i,rr(se U�� -lhe suk- nf liquor i��y wimletale  ,Uy, "f "Tl" ","Xt ,,;,I),;,'*l;on,l *'"    '!'
s-u j .u   isiuLawiLsiuMuij,^,!] ( i j I'olico, Viclon*. firllie ruius-idlof Uiotin-
ins' ! ^ ����^��"�� 6i, ��>n the oni.er ul Union      ^^ ;o u]. nM i(( ^
 O  li*"a Ahu;   h,reel*'  f-������"'��''y.   t-'"'"*  UttS kowo .,u,c-l.whAM,.i�����at��,Ul
One 2-cylinder Huick, 20
29 hp*., generator lamps
top wind-shield,'|j
etc., onlv ..,
One l*orcV car, 3-seateiy
complete and iu f^ood'
order, with fine dj/TAA
tires, only.... -fOUU
One air-cooled Franklin,
complete with windshield, head, side and
toil lonipq, ���rvencrntor
o��o. T\\fo is n yoyliiy"
dor 15 hp. C;.r, <t����7CA
only tpi-Ov
Oue Rover 6 lip, 2-pass-
finyfi* rnr, battery and
magneto ignition, tires
iu fine order, car in,
splendid shape, _j_\(\f\
only    f4UU
'���If you get i< at l'limley's it's am. night."
V 8 ~Wi�� Do RopaJrine
Colii. (^ini]><'��<l>l, ol"   Cianti-iiiij,
{,i in town plying l>ls vocation.
! I)ijti*ict
j I!i:nkv U0DOSKINS6N, Applicant.
>   lj.wUm��0UudAyofOct. t-itt.
'Ciliti'x, I'.r' >���*"->,;k.vi*k ,M Ct.trrH.
l)*Ud Ootobor 3, 11)11.
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