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 , *:V<- ���������.  ��������� -;,","��������� . ' ���������   . ������      -   f -jv, ������������������'���������/*    ��������� ,.-. -- -  V ' ''���������'" '1   ."-,-���������   .     /-' - ' J-        ,'  '   A  -    ,-    ,   ....  .'��������� ' Tl", a    *���������   ft.-- ,-y-i.f' ���������������������������**  v -;' *-;>".' .-���������*.'-������������������������.. i-.'---".-    r y.... r<-j*<      / ���������  ������'   ������ i i    - t      * jr  v?-\;< ."  CUMB  o  iS.fVK   Be  C.^/  A Journai Devoted Especially, to the interests ot Comox District,  THB NRWS, BXGIETBBN.TH YEAR,  CUMBERLAND  B. CM .TUESDAY, JAN. 24,   1911  Subscription $1.00 a Year.  the BIG  ia<*  5'  a-isa-ins  FOR  ^# * THE CORNER STORE f  '-"������������������",,T   *  STOVES  AND  RANGES  We' finish  stock-taking Jan.     -  31st, and in order to clean    up  our winter lines we are offering  a SPECIAL   PRICE on all,  Clothing, Overcoats,  Hats, Umbrellas,  Sweaters, Blankets,,  and Comforters. Etc. Etc.  These   are   no     moth-eaten  :    goods,   NOTHING   BUT   THE    BEST.  Our stock is too large.   ThisStorTwill be ClosedTUESDAYr^  January 31st owing to Stocktaking.  " ���������'''���������>'..        Tl   ,."    I"    ���������   .' -���������'        ."'   ''       " "   "'.'     ' ' m  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  SXj^SIHS I  furniture aiid Household  SUPPLIES' te*^|*  I.IIH������IIW������IHWI  Wallpaper  Paints  Varnish  Oils' Etc.  TRY THE  The Magnet Cask Store.  To all our Friends and  Patrons we wish  A Happy New Year.  m  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  Dumsmulr Ave.,  Cumberland*  ���������"O,,  DR. WHITE VISITS HERE.  MAROCCHI BROS  1  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OP"  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's DEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  I>hc������ vonr Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake   and  ' .'���������..��������� /Pniit Loaf'NOW.  ;y  l        SECOND    STREET  ������rv*  W J D Braxton, aged 4 j years  a n/itivc of Englaud, died at the  C & V Hospital on Saturday.  The funeral will take place on  W dnesday from T E Banks1 undertaking parlors to Cumberland  cemetery, Rev Laflfcre.officiating.  -o-  Doti't forget that your neighbor though he differn from you  p >ii ically mny be just as honest  111 his convictions as you are, that  this is a free country where free*  dom of opinion is oue of the big.  gest of the broad foundation  stones of our government, and  ttiere would  be an end of that  Constable Stephenson raided an  Italian dance ball ut, tho 'Camp,  curly on Monday morning, and  seized a quantity of boor, otc. .No  arrests'were, made, but summons  ch will bo issued against the part-  ies who were running tho bouse.  Tlio onto will bo tried before  Magistrate A brain 0.  Dominie Komi who was sum-  moned ir. connection with tho  nbove, wafl tried before Magi at rale  Abranis on Tuesday evening, ami  on pleading guilty wiw bonloncud  to a Hue of iJiSiOO or six month* in  jail.  Tlio Development Loaguo hold  it very interesting session on Mon.  diiv r'V.miiKr  witli a   fair rrathui'-  form of-government without it.|    Mrs, Joseph Shaw we regret to  lie-tolerant, therefore, or   rather learn in again seriously, iil.  not tolerant but rational nnd good  natured,   Stand by your convic  tions and let yonr neignhor stand  .      . ���������    ��������� c     .at.,,...,)        Yir-">*��������������� *ac1  by ius ix ������.o uis>j>\).>-^.    *vwwj>vw������..  Argue politics if you will but do ing.   A communication   wiw  ro*  it calmly  and  reasonably,   and ceivo.Hrom Mr. Patterson of the  custom* department, stating that  the department did not   sto   the  necessity of establishing a custom*  iu thia city, ne. we had win nt  Union Buy. The secretary wan  instructed to write tlie depart-  niont, requesting thut tho inspec  tor be sent here to look into the  inatter,  bear this fact in mind that just as  you have made up ypur miu.l un-  al ?rably as to the way iu which  yuu will vote, ninety-nine hundredths or the voting populjitiou  h. s done the same thing.  The many friends of the Rev.  Doctor White, Superintendent of  Methodist   Missions for   B. O,  were   delighted to see  him in  Cumberland again for a few days  The genial doctor is one ot the  most popular men of his calling,  and he was givn but little leisure  during his brief stay in town as  the guest of Mrs. Gillespie. The  '-.Old Timers'* are becoming few  and    proportionately     stronger  grew tlie bonds between those  who remain,   As is well kuown,  Doctor White came as a small  boy wiih the lirst party of Methodist missionaries to B.C., and  it was iu'eresiing to hear him  nud Judge    Abrains    recalling  friends and incidents long vast.  On Sunday  lhe doctor spoke  in theMethodii'tulini'ch morning  and evening, 011  the subject of  mission*.    Monday   evoniug    he  gave un llhmi'iitud lecture on,"By.  ways of British Columbia," taking  Iii* audience with < xeellent views  up the coast 11s fait as Prince ������������������Kit-  pert ami Stewart, then   into   tlio  Okanagim. Valley,   northward  by  stage tu Caribou, and then fur in  to thu heart of llm. mountains in  Ea'ut   Kooteuay.   The   pictures,  most ot   them   photographed   by  Doctor Whyte h'tiiHelf, give a bet-  ior idea of the -uuU-J   u,.t|.<ii'o  c.  our wonderful province   tl������au can  bo obtnliied in any othor way   except actual   travel.   The   light,  foi" ���������'".'!I?c inovplnbiotl  reaHon, wiik  somewhat faulty, but   in spite of  thn*, all present enjoyed tho evening thoroughly.    Tho doctor loft  ua by t*.;i������   morning's train for  Kaiiiiiiuo.  I   J. N. McLEOD,  S is  Dunsmuir Ave*  Cumberland  ENTERTAINMENT.  The Walker Lycouin Co., gave  an entertainment on Monday and  Tuesday evenings in Cumberland  IIall, to fair tiztd audiences. Signor Roinarelli rendered in fine  style, a number of selections 011  the harp, which was one of the  most enjoyable features of the  oven ing. Miss Gladys Noxou ap-  pearod with Mr McRae in two  or three very amusing sketches.  Miss Nixon is graceful and has a  very pleasing presence, lior  enunciation is very good. Mr.  Gordon Irving sang -well, "Ilon-  ntiie Mary of Argyle" and ���������'Kil-  lavney,'' to the accompaniment "of  iho harp, Mr, Irving has a powerful voice, which was heard to  splendid advantage in "'The Stand  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, CViO., LL.D., D.C.L., Pf?ESiDEKT  ALEXANDER LAIRD,. Gemeoau Makagbh-. ��������� -  ������������������������������������   1   >ammma**mmm*-*m  PAID-UP CAPITAL. $ 10,000.000    RESERVE FUND, $6,000,000  SAVINGS BANKMDEPMTKP3T  Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of $1 ard  upwards in this Department Careful .-.ttenlion is ^Jiven to  every account  Small deposits are wekomed  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons.  withdrawals to be made by any one of irom or bv din ������������������������������������,-*  vivor. Full and clear written instructions as to who is o ,r;ako  810 tfie withdrawals should alwap be given to tho Bank when  opening accounts of this nature.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH.  a ai a a a ������������������������������������*���������������������������������'*  ...W. T. WHITE, Manager  .������������������a .j ��������� <������������������  CARD OF THANRS  Associate Genoral Manager II.  To all tho friends whoso syro-' Macklin of Sinmn Lciscr & Co.  | athies were so kindly expressed  in our recent bereavement, we desire to extoud our sincere' thanks.  Andkuw McKnioht  and Family.  Ltd, of Vidoriii, vi6itod Ci<mberland last woe'.-: on 'o,i6!iK-������s.  Mrs. S. T.   Marsden and Mr^,  II. Bryan  loft by Suudiiy's   i>o,jt  I for Vnncouvor.  ard on tbe Braes o' Mar". The  fjiuliesof the Maccabee deserve  much praise in Hecnring the Lyceum Co., couwi of ontoi'lainniont.  and it is in bo Imped that a much  Inrger audience will greet the noxt  performance.  The other day a mnii happened I ��������� t*"~. ~"  to stroll into a store whore they      Mr. John MoMc-vm- ,   o  don't advertiPo, and  was   looking ;l!,������,v^ ^ri^d in -town  ���������  nround among the relies   of  an- t,!iy 'M*1'  ciont days stored   thero, when he  ran across a man who was wanted ou a charge   of   murdor, and  who hud remained   safely hidden  ithere for years. u '  Vft!,-  Tho Fire Brigade will hold  tlieir Annual Ma*quorad Ball on  the evening of March 17th,  Mr.  George Gillespie has re  signed his position with Campbell  Bros., and left by Tuesday's boat  for bis home at Ladysmith.  tmmommm  Mnnagtr A. Id'i.."'.. ,  W'der Wmlca Co., fw... ��������� .  Vancouver.on   by KVuit-v ���������>  IP VOU, WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO TKiC  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  T. E. Hi to arrived from a busi  no������s trip to Victoria by Friday**  boat.  Special meeting of Citizens  League on "Wednosdry evenihg at  8 t'oelock. AH members am re  quested to lu������ ptment. Bn^iue*"*  of iiHp'Uluuee.  Watson's Guaranteed  Unshrinkable Underwear  women .ukI children.   The cole! wrathcr is now  here in earnest and we guarantor our underwear to keep you warm in the coldest weather  \V lynot keep warm?     A*full  range ot all  sizes and prices from 35c up,  i  Gapipbell Bros.  Agents ft������r Campbell and Fit-Rile Clothing  vJTOWUl^' ..N.-..���.���ii_,ri$;^.,, j,. ��,r,. v,~ -,-. ���*-^,^'j"-;-'���^"-'-T'"rrnfVf'wrini^
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THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
f
The FOURTH
ESTATE
Novelized by
Frederick R. Toombs
From the Great Play
ot the Same Nume by
Joseph Medill Patter*
���on and Harriet Ford. "
CMtyrlaht. 1009. by Joseph Medill
Patteraon nnd Harriet Ford.
Ingly In lb. shadow of one or tlie lino- (
type machines.1   -.
"Goodby, .Wheeler,    I am going out
of yo>ir life forever.   1 am sorry It hud
to ond like this���ull our plans, all our
I hopes"���
j    The thought of the happy moments
! that   she   had   spent   wi'h   Wheeler,
ABOLISHING CRIME.
London   Police  Are  Closing  Out   an
Old and Honorable Profession.
Crime ns a profession is declining;
l/omloners aro becoming more tond of
walking    and    more    cnreles.*;    the
'growler" is still making a determin-
IS DEAN OF HIS TRIBE
FREDERIC  VILLI ERS   IS  OLDEST
ACTIVE WAR CORRESPONDENT.
ALL-ROUND SPORTSMAN.
building air castles  for. their  future j ed struggle for life; between -_ and 6 \ Tne Man Who Has Seen More Fight*
when they  would be man and wife. | 'il/"\\,.i*_t!,e burBllir> busy time; nnd j
came over  her.    It  swept dowu  the
wall of reserve and determination with
"(Continued.)
���Muaitn. for Gods sake, don't!"  he
���aid.    *. .���'.   "���     ���
-Xes, yes; you must, you shall!   She
"Fou're dragging her down to your own
i level.*." ,'.' ;'.
was losing all control of herself in her
desperation.
"Judith, listen to trie." he said In--
npiredly. "I'm not the man who loves
you or is loved by you I've no right
ito think of'you or of myself. I'm/an
linstrutnent to an end In lbe history of
ia great God.   Can't you see this thing
-(as I-do??i	
1   "1  can't  reason.    I can't argue.    I
lean only feel."
which she had deemed It necessary to
surround herself. She halted and
gazed ��� steadfastly Into her father's
face.',. Slowly she raised her hands and
pressed thero against her cheeks as
though horror stricken. Then she
turned, rushed Impulsively back to
i Wheeler Brand, and, bending tensely
towara mra, sne searched his strong
young face as best her tear dimmed
eyes would let her. lie returued her
gaie unflinchingly.
Judge Bart el my saw tbe girl's struggle to decide between the fattier who
had dishonored her namo and tlm
lover who meant a life of happiness,
purity, success and Inspiration - He
was wise enough Id tbe ways of tbo
world to know that again was Brand
to prove a victor over him.
The girl stood Immovable a moment
Then she extended her arm toward
her lover. Juditb liartelmy had made
her choice.
The judge's features showed tut little of the storm Into which his emotions had been plunged. His years of
practiced self control had come to
his aid and enabled him to facc'the
ruin of his career and bis life and bis
Dame wilhout the .frenzied demonstration in which'most men In bis position would have Indulged. To tbe
last he was the cool, polished, suave
hypocrite that he had been In the beginning, when those who sought to
loot the public for private gain found
him a willing tool.
"He is right." Unrtelmy said to Judith. "He hus* told you the truth tonight���the absolute truth." He looked
at his watch. "Six hours, did you say,
Mr. Brand?" he usKed.
Mraiid Iind ''gathered Juditb In bis
arms. She sighed contentedly as sho
laid ber hem! upon Dis shoulder
"Yes." he answered ihe Judge.
Judge Bart ei my stood watching'* the
united couple for a momeut before he
turned and, walked away, muttering
as he weuty-Six hours. Oue may
travel'far in these days lu that time."
The great ship heaved aud  lunged,
through the giant seas that swept over
her'bows. out.of the freezing night,out
_o*Ltbe_c��dd_uortJiwijiL J^_^ptu^up_d_
the,! lirst   officer.' . lashed"   to   opposite
ends of the lofty bridge, choked In the
Hying spume of wind liven midocean
Tbe Judge had drawn a few step* I     somewhere a deep toned bell toid of
away from the pair during the scemi, ,ht,   h���,lr   -,��� . ,he   sailors'   accustomed
between  tbeiu.   -lie viewed  with cal-j  flls���i(l���    ^roI,', 80��iewhere out of the
be likes insecure window's bests as a
means of entry.
, Tliese are only a few of the things
which tho average Londoner does not
know and which ho can learn from a
perusal of a primly-bound panorama
of London, just issued under the title
of "Report of the Commissioner of Police Jof the Metropolis for the year
*.l909i,"*?..*' .*; ...
There is one constable now serving
in the force who joined in lt->67. Those
were the "qoni old days" when the
burglar's life was worth living, In
those dnys (to take the record of the
year 1870) there were1Q.G95 felonies "relating to*property when the population was 3,618,992:-and only n tew-
more than half the felons were cau-rht.
Now the police catch 13^32*2 people for
17,982 felonies; and although the.pollution hns doubled ^he.'total amount
secured by "professionals" only advanced from *$39l>,000 to $666,C0Q. while
the amount recovered advanced from
���$93,000 to $214,500.        v,'    .- '      " \�����"������
Tlie return of public vehicles al'ow?
some interesting inferences. Hansom
'-���abs, for instance, have fallen in number from ��� G.69S in 1905 to 3 299 last
year, ami (loots of taxicabs have been
launched to tf.ke their place. Tin ro
were only nineteen taxicabs in- 1905,
but there wero 3,956 last year.
And- yet, in tho midst of all this
turmoil of progress, tho "growler"
somnairbulizes along the streets,
peaceful and undisturbed. Times may
be bad for cabmen, but if so they are \
not reflected in the number of four-
wheelers plying for hire. Ther? wore
3,935 in 1905, and ther�� were 3,263 "last
year.
And as a last word in ha-dihood. forty-one new four-wheeled-cabs were licensed last year.
There is, of course, a notable increase in motor-omnibuses and tram-
cars, and a corresponding decrease in
their horse-drnwn predecessor-; b':t
the most remarkable thing about the
public carriage statistics is this���there
are fewer vehicles in use now than
there were in 1905. In that year there
were 16,585 vehicles on the road. Ln-t
year thero were 15,906, Many of them
are larger, of course, but tl-en the
population has also crown onn id -r*
ably in the same time. So', obviously,
London walks a good deal now
London still goes on its absent
miiuh-d way shedding its posse -sinus
in cabs and omnibuses. The following
table shows the lost articles:���
ing Than Any Other Living Journalist Passed Through Toronto Recently��� Was In Servia For The
Graphic In 1876���War Between Britain and Germany, He Says.
You can find a nian for any old job
on the staff of ai big newspaper���
which is a mere truism for any man
who has ever engaged in that most
interesting   and   most   thankless   of
Sir  Claude .Champion   de Crespigny
Has Done Everything.
Sailor, soldier, big-game hunter,
steeplechase rider, boxer, swimmer,
oarsman, balloonist���there is no man
who can.point to a more wonderful
record as ah all-round sportsman, or
tell of more varied experiences, than
IMPOVERISHED BLOOD
tasks, the feeding of a big press with hopes to follow up. the winning o* the
"copy," says Peter Donovan In Sat- j point-to-point balloon race at Hurl-
urday Night. ingham   this   year   by   carrying   off
But thero is ono small class oi some aviation prizes. He has man-
newspaper reporters who stand alone1��� aged to break more bones in his body
the envy and admiration of all who | without doing himself permanent in-
"scoop" or are "scooped." For theirs I jury than any'other man. His cata-
is the honor, the toil, and the danger I logue of injuries includes, three arm-
A Common and Dangerous
Trouble-You Must Enrich the Blood to
Escape Danger
Anaemia is simply a lack of blood.
Sir Claude Champion^de'Cwsnigry'. jit is one of the most common and at
who, in ."Forty Years of   a   Sports-- the  same  time  most  dangerous  dis-
man's Life" relates the story of his I '-uses with which growing girs suffer
career I It is common because the  blood so- -
It is scarcely an exaggeration' to!often bccorfs ,iniP0���7fid^ tiur��*
say that Sir Claude has done every- j development, when girls are too fre-
thing that can be done in the way ', quenUjr allowed to_over;8tud^ over-
of sport, and even to-day, at the age
of sixty-four, he rides hard . to
hounds, indulges in physical., exercises   with the   zest of   youth,   and
''of the greatest of all "assignments"���
war. .   ",,X, ,T\
While theyvar is on,; the war correspondent is soldier, man-6Metters,
statesman, camper-out, arid business
*',mari--also,' if necessary, liar and
thief. All is fair in,war and war-correspondence. And then, when the war
is over, he comes home and resumes
his old desk in the office, the same
quiet, hard-driven newspaperman that
he was before he went away. To look
at him, one would never for a moment
imagine that he had watched a rush
of Pathans in the hill-country of In-
,dia or had bluffed his way through the
Japanese lines at Port Arthur.
All of which is by way of introduction to the statement that there recently visited Toronto the daddy of all
war correspondents in active service
to-<lay���Frederic Villiers, war artist
'arid  correspondent,  a man  who  has
culatjug satisfaction the battle tliat
his daughter was waging so valiantly
Id bis behalf., and he Iind feit tbut not
even tlie young stole lirund could resist this powerful and Dual appeal of
tbe girl be loved At bis daughter's
lust outcry he drew near to the editor.
"Brand, ure you milium?' he demanded strongly, pointing to the prostrated gtri with his walking stick.
"Human, human. Judge tiari*elmyl"
be exclaimed. "Yon are true to yourself tb the end Ynu bring your daughter here so that by toitunug uiewltb
the sight of her milTerltig you mny es-
cape the penalty ofyour thievery, 1
wus willing she should think me heartless to spare bcr the gniiter pnin of
knowing you iin you are. Bur now you
bring her hero In her Innocence to repeat to me your lies You're degrading bur, drugging her down to your
owu level, Jusl as yon did her mother
before her. If she lets you go on using
her It will be wltb her eyes open."
Judith raised her head ama/.edly.
"What are you sayingV" she asked.
Brand turned to ber and then to tho
Judge,
"Why, lie's lied to you Just ns tio'-a
lied till bis life, tie told you lie wus
trying to shield others He lied, Uo
never shielded uny one but himself,,
Judge Unrtelmy, the power ot men
ilko you must he destroyed. When
Justice in corrupted'the nation rots, if
I keep slli'tii about yon and yonr moth-
oda | become your accomplice; I betray tny trust Just as you linvo betrayed yours."
Unrtcltny raised his hnnd depreent-
Ingly, Brand, however, drew n deep
drouth und went I'l'snlutely on. He
ipoko to both the irli'l and the Judge,
"Judith, If ut lhe cost ot my lite I
?ould spare you this grief I would do
It Kindly. Bui oven Hint would do no
food. You would nlwnys 'despise mo
for falling when mv lent enine nnd nl-
ways uuspiso yourself tor Hnving caused me to full. Can't wm nee yuu tmti I
ore nothing in all thl��f The individual
doe* tu,l cd-ixt, only the cau**, Jutl.t
Uartelmy, Ihat alary yiit-s to pre**," hu
cried, rnlHltig Ills eyes lo ment thoHO of
Judllli's father.
Unrtcltny snw thnt ho hnd played
libi liiHt card It w.m bis highest
trump, but It bnd lulled to win. wnut
Judith could uot do lie suniy, uuOi-x-
the oils!Ing cireuiiisiuiH'es, could not
do, Nolan, the only mun who could
wivo lilm If be would, hnd gone, ho
know not whero.
And u with unv�� |m-w iUu.'. All wilt.
. over. Biirielmy took u slngli' mop toward his daughter.-
���"Brand, tlmt: story Is my obltunry,"
tio unld In low tones.
"Oh, no," wns the response In wtd-
dotted volco. "Men lllto you don't Iin-
Uh thnt wuy. You'll iiiivc about nix
hours, judge, before Hint story Ih read
by the public."
Judith, too, was rrndy to admit thut
her Inst and culmlmuing effort hnd
been lu vnln. Wearied and uiiHtrung,
���ho rnlMiHl herself from the fatal form
depths ot the-vast. groatnug fabric
rumbled the meu ot tne watch who
were now to go on duty to relieve
their storm beaten' fellows.
-Bags- - .-.--,, <LWL
Clothing  (men's)     4.G20.
Clothing (women's)   4,3-:5
Miscellaneous   articles   ... 17.351
Jewelry    '  1.6'd
Opera  glasses    ,-������- "M
Purses'..    ��������� 3,133
Rugs
323
Sticks *     ;���..'.'������������' 1,481
Umbrellas       25,0r4
Watches ' :        '289
bones smashed when hunting, three
ribs which he cracked when steeple-
shasinsr and one which must bo put
down to a cab accident, one finger
which a horse broke for him, and two
fingers which he broke on another
man.
Sir Claude began life as a sailor
with "Charlie" Beresford. They
were fellow-cadets on the training-
ship Britannia in the beginning of I
the sixties. "I cannot say," writes
Sir Claude, "that in those days our
now perhaps foremost and certainly
widely' popular sailor gave any clear
indications'of the greatness'to which
he was to attain by and by. But 1
do recollect that he. was then, as
always, a spirited and plucky fellow.
Like1 Marcus, and myself, too, I
rather fancy he has been in���well,
in two or three 'mills' since those
days.-
"Charlie Beresford," he continues,
"though full of good nature is bad to
rub up the wrong way. Once he .was
driving a drag with severnl ladies in
it home from some races���I forget
where. Two or three offensive fellows in a dog-cart shot1 peas at the
ladies. Charley bided his time
Presently" it came. He managed verv
skilfully to lock 'the wheel of*- his
coach in that of the" dog-cart. Then,
sublimely regardless of remonstrances, he bore doggedly to the
right till the dog-cart was precipitated with its occupants into a deep
ditch. Charley drove on as though
nothing had happened."  ���
There is a rather good story, too,
told of Lord Glasgow, and how he
was prevented from blackballing a
candidate for membership of the
Jockey Club. Two. blackballs were
sufficient to kill a candidate; and, as
"it^WiS-l'!kno*wh~th'at_,Generai~Peel~an''d"
Lofd Glasgow intended to blackball
the candidate, telegrams ' were sent
to them on the day of the election
summoning them to Newmarket on
urgent business. The trick was suc-
seeir-more fighting thanprobably any j^cessful; and, the /general; ���nnd;.,phiB\
other'1 man alive. , | lordship   returned   to find   the   man
It was in the lobby of the Queen's j tliey  did not  like'a   member of  the
FREDERICK VILLIERS.
.vork and suffer from a lack of exercise. It is dangerous because of the-
itealthinesB of its approach, often be-
,ng well developed before its presence-
is recognized, and because of its tendency "to grow so steadily worse if not.
promptly checked, that it may run
into consumption.
The value of the tonic treatment
with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills shouldl
be known to every mother in the
land. .These Pills make new, riclt
blood, tone the organs and nerves,,
bring a glow of health to pale, sallow cheeks, and drive awny the weakness, headaches, faintness, heart pal-
.Hation and loss of energy so noticeable in young girls who aVe suffering
from anaemia. To all such Dr. Williams' Pink Pills arc nn actual' life-
saver. Miss Mabel McTavish, Prince-
Albert, Sask., snys: "ln my case I
can only say that life had lost its.
magic; all work-was a trial, and even
pleasure only a ta.-:k. When 1 went
up a flight of stjirs I was ready tc'
drop from sheer weakness, and I had
begun to think that life would be a
continued burden. But all this is
now changed, thanks to Dr. Williams''
Pink Pills. These weie recommended
tome, and after .taking them for about,
a month I found my health renewed.
I could sleep better, my appetite returned, and I, was so strong and well
that house work was no longer a bur-'-
den to me. My sifter seemed to be*-
going the same way lust summer; and
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were at once-
sent for, and two boxes made her as.
well as ever. Dr. Williams' Pink.
Pills are now the prized, medicine in;
our ho'me, and doctor bills have beeni"
tower since we discovered the virtues-
of this great medicine.!'
���--, Sold by all, medicine dealers or
sent by mail at 50 cents a Box or
six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
the; king and football
Hotel' the other day that I saw him���
a broad-shouldered, ruddy-faced man,
with something of military precision
Total   ....'    05,375
Twenty-eight thousand nnd sixty-
two of theso articles were restored to
their owners. The rest, utter three
months, went to the drivers or conductors who found them. One man wa-
rewarded with tho sum of ��93 15s. for
his find, another received ��50 9s, 5d,
Now Post For Sailor Prince.
It was fenred that when Prince
Louis of Bnttenburg retired from the
command* of   tho   Atlantic   fleet   ha
would bo compelled to remain on the j ^"'..'V1^"1''U""":��J'   x",i0,�� "�� ���',""
half-pay list for   somo   considernhle . S*1'"!1'1 Afghanistan,   Ho win
time, since no suitable vacancy seem- ' with Ber08f��"l on the Condor in IBM
ed likely to present itself.   It is now
understood tlmt Admiral Sir Wilin-.it
club.
"We    were    not    above   practicnl
jokes in those days," says Sir Claude;
in  his  carriage and  stride. ' Looked i "but for a  -baulked   practical   joke
as if he might be a retired colonel,   A | ���
handsome man, too, wth picturesquely
upturned    moustache    and    pointed
beard
Here is something, of Villiers' record
as a correspondent. He ��� started his
career, as a* reporter of battles, whether with pencil or pen, in Servia in
1876, as stnted above. Then he served
with the Russians during the wnr with
commend me to one which wns to
have been played by tho officers in
the 4th HussarB, umongst whom wns
my   friend, Wilson T .   The   trio
conceived the brilliant idea of posting down to the West of England and
visiting tho house of a certain gentleman, well disguised( as bum-
bailiffs. Their scheme' need not
have miscarried, had it not been dis-
Turkey, being present nt Plevna nti-l   do8cd to a ,ourth pnrty   who wire(l
all the important battles olilhat bit-   d        to th intended victim Wlirning
terly fought contest.   In 1878 he snw1 -���       - -                                    h
**....    J.     .*. H_.    -.      i ���    '     *' i> -l J _A '>'������  ��� TT.        ..     .  _
"Sli hour*, dot ynu unit. M*   lirmidt"
Anil  .-.niiicu Ht'iv (lnwii  m the Hlllv-
������rum, I't'iimig null n guuiit"fiu-i'ii, hollow i\vi'il mu ii my nn Ilie sntrron titled
velvet etiKliiuiiH ot u narrow conch ut
the side ot n umiriitiiN stuieroom.   He
wns tull,v drcHHcd in spite ol the lute-
iichh of the hour uml ot the tun thnt
he wuh sleeping--juki iih he hud been
tho night beforo,   lie tunned um'UHlly,
Soini'iliiii'H  he  thrust   his  liiindH out
convulsively uh though to want olT a
thraiiiuiuig (inngcr,   He ih'kiiii to tullt
Incoherently,    Tlie ship rolled, und n
tray coiitulnlng dishes uml an evening
muni (liul hud gout1 untimrhcd crushed
to the lloor,   "The prw��. the printing
prcHH-hiw started," he muttered (lift-
jolnti'dlyas tlm sound of the breaking
dlHlum   petmtnited   Iuto   tun   weurled
liniln.    IIIh  Iih nil  liinflni'tlvpiy crept
umler one of the ciihIhoiih    It grasped
uml lor a momt'iii (uuimii! ��itti ,i biiiu
Ktocl  object,  which  It drew   weakly
ftirt It���ii  revolver    Tho Hhock of tlio
cold   sti'Pl   roiiHetl   tbe  sleeper.     Hi>
opened IiIh eyes mul gnzed fusi-lnntodly
��l the  un��Uu��������-i.l iil Tf-iUh.    Wltb a
cry of terror m> reluxed his tliigi'i'H,
uml iho object dropped to the lloor.
He grim nod the uroun of u lost soul In
the ungulHli of un never ceiiMlng torture,   ju�� turned his fnce to the wall
nml tried In vnln lo close (tla eyes In
���Hll'Cp.
Judgment hnd been pronounced In
the ciimp (it "JL'liiiK IIAUTKUIY
VKIIHUHTIII9 IMSOI'LR. WHICH I, lilt
j BItANU AND TUB ADVANCI:."
!        *' THE END.
I (To he colli Mined.)
Fawkiss is about to relinquish his posi
tion as command-in-chief ut Devon-
:>ort owing to failing health, and thnt
,io' will bo succeeded by Princo Louis,
This would bo an extremely suitnblo
arrangement, nnd would keep ono of
the cleverest .of our ndmirnls on the
active list, Prince Louis is extremely
popular throughout tho fl<*et, and is
one of the most capable nnvnl lender*
wo possess at tho present time,
Princo Louis is of a very inventive
disposition, and hns introduced many
littlo contrivances into our ships of
war that tend to ensure smoother ami
easier working. It is generally under
stood in well-informed circles thn'
Prince Louis will bo the successor to
Sir W. H. May when the hitter's term
of appointment as commnmlor-in
chief of*tlio Homo fleet comes to nu
und.
Pronunciation of Names.
Ktuillys in pronounced Knowlesij
Cockhurn���-Cohurti i St, Logor���SoWn-
gor; Colquhoon���-Colioon; Cho|mou,|.
ley���Chunily; and Majoribnnkn���
MnrehhiinkH. It mny nlno ho useful
to know thnt Talbot is pronounced
Tallhut; Bulwor���l-tullor; Cowpor���
Cooper; WpinyHR---Woom'-sj H rough nm
���Broom; Ilawnidcn���Harden; Ciron-
coster���SIssiKter; Grosvenor ��� Grovo-
Bcnuchamp ��� Bpocham.
at the famous siege of Alexandria, nnd
��lso was present at the battle ol Tel-
el-Kebir. In 1884 he was in the Eastern Soudan, and wont to Khartoum
with the relief expedition. He was
with the Servian army invading Bul-'
gnria, and then after trips to Burma
and Canada went through the Chino-
Japanese war, being present at several
ha,ttlos, and at the takinff' of Port Arthur. In 1897 ho was with tho Greek
army in tho war with Turkey. In
1898 he joined tho army of the Sirdnr
and was at Orndurman. Ho then
wont through tho Boor War up to tho
ocoupntion of Protoria. Tho war between ItusBia and Japan was his next
campaign, and ho was present at tho
siege oi Port Arthur for the second
time, His Wit hit of activo sorvico
was with tho Spanish army in Morocco
in tho rocont conflict with tho liiff**--
whero, hy tho wny, ho was vory noarly
potted by somo sniping tribosmen.
"Tho  noroplnno  and the dirigible
him that three notorious London
cracksmen wore shortly going to visit
hia house. The polico wore put on
their guard, und directly tho conspirators appeared they were 'run
in,' despite ull remonstrances and
show of indignation. In durnnce vile,
too, were they kept for several hours,
until they were ublo to provo themselves throe cnvnlry officers."
The Into Sir'John Astley, Jrnown
to his intimute friends as "Mate,"
was nn mvotorato practical'*'joker,
and played a good ono on Sir Clnudo
himself while tho latter was indulging in an nfter-dinner snooze, "The
Mute" could not resiBt tho .temptation of painting mo a moustache with
ii burnt champagne cork, My son
and n triond, who woro presont, permitted it with, perhaps, somo misgiving, They would certainly hnve
ullowed no olher mnn than Sir John
Astlcy to take the liberty.
in the art of war," ho says, "In my
time there havo boon many ohnngos.
and I expect far gronter development***
in tho lurnr future. I hopo that whon
the gront clash cornea 1 shall bo iu
active sorvico."
"What clash do you moanP"
"Tho conflict for uupronmey botwoon
England and Gormany. It seems to
mo to bo inovitiiblo, Germany has
beon preparing lor it for a long timo,
nor; nnd Bonuchamp - Bpocham, | but England is unprepared, It Is only
Thoro nro, likewise, many othor namo* i tho other day that England had to
quite as dillicuH to utter rhetorically, | back down absolutely in tho mntter
hut time and space will not permit of I of Bosnia and HorMgovina. When
thoir being doultwith at present. No I Austria showod.her intontlon.of tnlting
wonder foreigners consider tho Eng-
A Clergyman's Ghost Story,
,    .      , ,,  .,��� ,    A ghost story wan told by Rev. ...
aro hound lo mako a groat differoiioo  Singleton, D.D., in a sermon dolivurod
nt tlio Boston hiirvont foutivul, Dr,
Binglcton hcliovos thnt unguis mlnirt-
tor t<i pooplo, and that thoy aro reluctant Vo spoilk of tholr experience;*,
Ono mnn, however, hud spoken to him
nbout an uilvonturo of the kind, Ho
was a olorgymnn, nnd had ocemdou
to drivo down a lonely mountain side,
Tho night was pitch-dark. Ho could
scarcely see, and when he camo to a
hnd part of tlio rond ho distinctly felt
a hand that took tho horse's rein, and
drow it to ono sldo of tho road, Ho
wont on a tow yards, nnd tho roin bo-
camo loose. Tho next dny, when ho
camo back, what happenedP A treo
had fallen ovor that spot, nnd it ho
would have been da'-Mv
His Interest In "Soccer" Is Rousing
Game to  Greater Activity.
Association football had its innings-
in Canada in the eighties and nineties.
Then rugby stepped in and took the
public fancy.    After twenty years of
obtourity-association-or-soccer-seem*	
to be again gaining ground in this
country, and a national tournament
.was recently held in Toronto, at which
a team from Calgary won the honors.
It is interesting in this connection
to.-,,noteyhat,.King'Gco.rgo.-is Uikijig a.
'gf6at/frit'ere'st��-in'"Bkso'eiiftion -'football
in Great Britain., A��writer in Si.A.P.
says:
"King George has become patron*
of botli of the amateur and -.profes-.
sionnl football associations, and there-
can be no doubt -that tho national ,
game will benefit largely in the future from his Majesty's support and
personal attendance. .
"Last season King George suddenly evinced an interest in association
football, and nowadays his Majesty
never misses an important Service
football match, whether army or navy.
Whenever possible, ho takes the-
youug princes, who aro all most enthusiastic footballers.
"It was amusing to watch them nt
n recent nrmy and navy match nt
Slnmford Bridge on tho ground of
the Chelsea Club. . Tho Princo ol
Wales, who is destined for the army,
applauded excitedly when tho soldier*
scored tho lirst goal, and Prince Albert, who is. to enter ���tho navy, wa9
'���qunlly. delighted when tho soldiers
scored.
"iiio King has evidently taken ft, v
fancy to the .association gntne, which,
lio had not aeon prior to his visit .to*
Iho .England, vl Scotlnnd International at tno Crystal Palace, and thera
is just a possibility that ho may
attend tho cup final this season, Hi*
visit to tho "soccer" international
was mado in response to tho representations of nn ordinary correspondent,
who pointed out that "soccer followers would bo delighted if ho woro to-
honor a representative match wito
his prorjonott.
���In his younger days tho King piny-
od football a good deal, nnd no had
gono out of his way to oncourago hi*
sons' .Interest In tho gnmo. Btill, hois fonder, perhaps*of cricket, to whicii
ho was very devoted ut school uud
uollogo,",
thnt wan to besmirch the n.-iine arid ,
Mm* father tUui had been iter nource of !
pride.    Hho itosmhI over toward  her | tlm weather is plt-iisuM uml puu nwny
father, who stood Hiltrnt and despair-  wmu'thing for u rainy dny,
Wine, U th.- unn ".'ho gct.-.bM'-T wh"n
thouo principalities ovor, the Turk'i
ii* la,��u����o'��o .lillicuu ��,,��,��r,j. i S-fe-df SU^u-S '" i "- ��'^��*
[iifferent to tho way in which *����oy - J/i^'SRViBlimtl wa* foreed to withdraw
nro spelt. ^______ and Austria got tho provincos,   Am
���0.;r<��nrt|int of Pont.   .,, ,       ,.     ,
Lord Co.oridgo is a doscondnnt of��tucto'ol Gormany. Tho Kaiser was | ����t��� witli ju ^a,1'^',,^^^
Rnmnol Tnyior Coloriclgiv. tlio gront j ready to go tei war to support AustriaV jkln, tho t,uok. h ni��y�� go a
Sarinn "poet critic and o^nvW. | elaims, and hut wm, jjiat ho moan goto of *Wry ����� ^ ;��gnf'"^S
His fut hor wns tlm famous Lord Chief when ho stated on his rocont visit ��"" ;.'.,, ', ' ti' 8i(i0 (lj t|,n mM
Simtlio. whilo   his grandfather,   Sir * Vimum that ho had boon Jo   i J n^  ,p ;d ..timi, Sb "trapp^l In
���lolm Tny or Coleridge, guiiiod n re-, of Austria In hor timo oi need, t io  '��"''" u ' .i..., tho*hi����d. nntl thoro
'l.Zmn\a ix  King's Bench judge ' friond   n jl��nlf.n armor.   So kngland   ]^   n �� JXomHI  tho^Pnn-for it
hi' I'.rst peer to jirnctUM- ns K.C. ut) stepped hack whim Mio miw ny mih- , ji ^^
Ths Mighty Mite.
"Tsn't T/mdon tho most densely
populated area you hnvo over soonP"
"Not by a jump I You ought to soo
mo just nftor I hnvo been rummaging
around ln my chicken house."
Clever Dullness,
"What sort of a buBlnusB man i��
GrowiP"
"Very olovor. Ho can oven fjot full
orico for hU stuff from hit* friends."
A Rare Oheek.
  �������  �� .��� t , .. A'; Guy'H Hospital, London, te a pn-
tho  reason  tor  tho  withdrawal  was ! tiont   or whom n now ehoek is being
'nothin" moro nor lw thnn tho ntti-' provided.   After nn operation ho wai
a^SS!%!_^_f_^!^___.
p
Th
the Bnr'niid tho first poor to become  tiTlty, nUiipugh  it was an oxcol'lont j eomplolo,
n judge, Lord Coh'ridge at one lime
represented the Attercliffo Division of
Bhellleld in Pnrli'iment.
The Largest Cemetery.
At   Rookwood,    Atiftrnlin.   in   tlu
Inrgont c.tnt*tory in Hie world.   It cov.
era ovor 2,000 acrci,
ehuni'o Ui bring the struggle between j
tho two countries to n head, ling- !
land would hnvo boon fiuro of tho sup
Close.
.   ,   Wo know n mnn who Bays that tho
port ol all tlm Slavonic races in her i closer vou try to got to a Bostonian
opposition to Teulonio ngKression. But ��� the moro diotimt tho latter becomes,
Kngland wasn't roa<ly and CSorrmuiy I but wo do not holiovo it, Wo did busl*
wfts~that's nil. But it's bound U> \ nem witli n BoMoninn onco, and ho
come some timo or other���nnd mix/ I ' xvtin oven flo.��or thnn wo woro, ana
bo thoro to ��oo," - [that te tfolng wmio.
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The young man awoke and with a cry  of terror grasped a chandelier that  came up through the plastered floor,  "They all do it," cried the host, with |  a laugh, "every man of them grabs  that chandelier lost he should fall up  to the ceiling."���������Argonaut.  last a year-old baby nearly a month, and four bottles over three months,  and will make the baby  strong and well and will  lay the foundation for a  healthy, robust boy or  girl.  .-  POR SALS BY AIX DRUGGISTS  *AM0'^%r''  rt.-itP  Send 10c., name of paper and thii ad. for  our beautiful Savings Bank and Child's Sketch-  Book. Each bank coutains aGood iuck  Penny.  SCOTT & BOWNE  US Wcllinatoa Mr*et. Weat      Tonmte, Oat  The Cook���������Sure,'an' ye don't mane  to tell me ye think it's bad luck to  break a mirror?  The New Maid (earnestly)���������Ay  don't tank it���������Ay know it!  The Cook���������Glory he! An' how do  ye know it?  The Maid���������Every time I break one  I lbsp my job.  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Lord Kitchener said he well remembered the difficulty of the problem how best to evolve, out of the  ruins left by the Dervishes, "a practical reconstruction of Khartoum on  sanitary lines. First, careful consideration had to be given to the susceptibilities of a naturally uneducated  foreign population, to whose conservative minds most modern regulations were repugnant. No trouble of  J1n*ny_kind__had._however._arisen.__and_  the natives had agreed to the propositions, and there was no doubt  that the reasonable regulations enforced meant increased length of life  and increased prosperity. Those who  knew Khartoum in the old days  would recognize that a revolution had  been effected.  The old Khartoum was an African  pesthouse in which every tropical  disease thrived and ran rampant.  Last year there were only eleven  cases of malaria in a population of  50,000. He did not think such results  had been achie.ved in any other British dependency, and jthey were a  proof of t!he thorough efficiency of the  country.   y  Mr. McLean's papermentioned that  in 1899,/the year _ after tlm culmination of the Nile campaign, the revenue for the" whole of the Soudan  wns estimated at only,.$40,000,'which  showed a state of, destitution for a  country nearly as Jargo as Europe,  When this wris compared with the  present revenue of; over $5,000,000,  the progress made' was apparent.  Municipal steam tramways were running in Khartoum from the central  to outside districts. It was anticipated that the city would ultimately  extend to the west and,to the south,  and, as this was Government land,  it seemed assured that the extensions  would be made in accordance with  the existing system of planning. A  suburb might also bo built at Burri  to tho eust of the waterworks.  Stick To It!  Henry Ide, appointed the governor-  general of the Philippine Islands by  President Roosevelt, has what he calls  a one-rule course of conduct for -a  successful life.   It reads like this:  -  "If you make a good resolution-  stick to it.  "If you have a good thought���������stick  to it.  "If you have a worthy friendship-  stick to it. "  "If you have tin ambition���������stick to'  it. 1  "If you have a hard task���������stick  to it. -  "If you have a good book���������stick to  it. ' ' ��������� '  "If you want more friends���������stick to  it.  "If you have anything to do���������stick  to it." '    ���������  Which, when they are all summed,  get into the one small sentence:  "Stick to it."  "Kind sir," said the weary wayfarer, "I have' lost nearly "everything  ���������money, friends, self-respect. There  is but one thing that has not deserted  me." "Poor man!" said the sympathetic listener, "here is a tanner.  And that one thing-is?" "My thirst,"  replied the weary traveller as he  moved quickly away.  BAD BLOOD   is the direct and inevitable result  of irregular or constipated bowels  and clogged-up kidneys and skin.  The undigested food' and other  waste matter which is allowed to  accumulate poisons the blood and "  the whole system. Dr. Morse's  Indian' Root Pills act directly on  the bowels, regulating them���������on  the kidneys, giving them ease and  -strength���������to���������properiy--filter^the~'  blood���������and on the skin, opening  up the pores. For pure blood and  good health take  DR. MORSE'S  INDIAN     ROOT    PILLS  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs. Winslow's Sootiuno Svxwr ha* beta  until for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of  MOTHERS, for their CHILDREN WHILE  TKliTHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS*.. It  -SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS,  1LLAYS all PAIN: CURES WIND COLIC, and  fa the beat remedy for DIARRHOiA. It'll ao*  BOlntely harmles*. Be mrc and able for "Mra  Winslow'a Soothing Syrup," and take no other  kind.   Twenty-five cent* e.bottl*.  Cold-Sores  Are your hands chapped, cracked  or sore? Have you "cold crackn"  which open and bleed when the skin  ia drawn tight? Have you a cold  sore, frost bite, chilblains, or a "raw"  place, which at tlmea makes it agony  for you to go about your household  duties ? If so, Zam-Buk will give you  relief, and will heal the frost-damaged  skin. Anoint the sore places at night,  Zam-Buk's rich healing essences will  sink into the wounds, end the'smarting; and will heal quickly.  Mrs. Ycllen, of Portland, Bayb : "My  hands were so sore aud'cracked that it  was agony to put1 them near water.  When I aid, so they would smart and  burn as if I had scalded them., 1 teemed  quite unable to get relief from anything  I put on-them until T trie,1 Zam-Buk,  and it succeeded when all else had  failed. It cloned the big cracks, gave  me ease, Boothed the inflammation, and  in a very short time healed my handa."  Zam-Biik alia curet thafing, rathu, winter  eczema, villi, utc*ri,/ettering iota, tort lieaili  andbantt, atmeetni, yiiiipUt, ring-worm, etc.,  cut*, burnt, bruitet,. lealdi, tpraint. 0/ all  druggitti and tlortt, or pu.t fru from the 2am- I  Buk Co., Toronto.   Price tOe a box.  am Buk  EVERYTHING IN KNITTED GOODS  Coat Sweaters, Underwear, Scarfs,  etc., for Men, Women, and Children,  from 50c. to $.10.00. Highest grade,  goods at less than Wholesale Prices.  Mail Order Only, no travellers employed. Send cash with order, goods  mailed same day. Money .refunded  if not satisfied. Catalogue No.'4 now  ready.  STANDARD   MAIL  ORDER  CO.,  52  Bay Street, Toronto.  LAMENESS from a Bone  Bone, Splint, Curb, -Side  lar trouble canto* (topped with  ipavtn,' KIM  ' .ne or tliuW  ^BSOKBINE  Fnll directtou* In pampklet frith each  bottle. S2.00 a bottle at dealer* or delivered.  Hor*e Book 9 D fr������*. ���������  AilSUUHINU, JR., for mankind, II  a bottle, remave* Painful Swelling*, Xn-  ��������� larged Qlaod*. Goitre. Wen*, Brolie*. Vari  OoaeValn*,; Varieottll**, Old Bore), Allay* Pals,  W. F. YOUNG, P.O. F., 137 Temnle St.. SorWMd, Miw.  LYBilU. I1I1I., Hen-li-Ml, CutSUn l|*������(h..  AIM  TIIK  am  DR, WINTERS  Cures all chronic diseases. Write  him. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing,"���������'..-  BOX 216.      NEW YORK CITY.  This Feeding Floor  Could   Be  Built   in The   Fall  and it would help greatly to preserve the condition  of your live stock in the Spring.  Every farmer knows that in the Spring of the  year liis barnyard is almost bottomless. The live  stock mire clown into the mud and almost float  around���������greatly to the detrinwnt of their physical  condition.  By building; a Concrete feeding floor in  the vnrd, tills trouble h ilnni* nwav with  ������  A Vt*f.tWnrr floor of comparatively small  area and built this Kail, would pay for itself next  year. Concrete is the only material that can be  used in this way at a moderate cost,  Will you ask for your copy of the book which wc  have prepared for yon���������"What the Farmer Can Do  With Concrete"? It's free���������and, take our word for  it, you'll find it one of the most interesting pieces of such-literature you ever  r<;ad. And profitalk, luw-~Ui.au.ic it  will save you money.  Ask for a Copy of This Booklet  !'  )f To������Day  A Po.fal Will Mrlni  It   Prbnyllf  Canada Cement Co.,  Ltmlt.d  81.00 Natleual Ilaak llulldlni, MONTMUI,  Tried Himself.  Orillia recently had tho unusual  spoctnelo of a magistrate trying n caso  against himfolf. Moreover, after hearing the evidence, the polico magistrate dismissed tho charge,  Whon court opened on Friday morning, tho  first  caso  called   was  that,  against -"George II. Clark, for allow,  ing his clog to he at liberty without  a muzzle,"   The ohargo was laid by  Constable Georgo Reeve, who was acting .as day constablo in tho nhseneo 1  of Chief Ttoid, on his holidays.   Tho!  police magistrate, who evidently hnd  an easy conscience, pleaded not guil-1  ty.   Threo wltnoHnos, Mossrs,  ,1.   I),  Knox, A, Clark and C.  Bt  Howott, I  wero called  by Constablo Iteovo  In i  support of his ohargo, but all three '  disavowed any knowlndgo as to whe-1  thor or not  Mr.  Clarke's dog had j  boon wearing a muzzle on tho doy !  mentioned in tho charge,   His Worship thereupon dismissed tho cobo, re. |  marking thot ho had dono his best to ;  comply with tho regulations as to muzzling, and if his dog had over got  abroad unmuzzled, it was through accident.   Mossrs. Knox and Howott jo-1  citlnrly 'no|rnd,,'Whot   nb'nil   <Hin**"������ '  foes," hut tho polico magistrate retort.  ud tlmt he certainly was not going  to pay them.   Aud so ended a caxo  unique in tho annals ol Orillia court  records, *    1  Mafesty of the  Law. I  Uho Mriico polico lorco is a "mnro-or-;  Iobs"    proportion,    Ono    Thursday,  morning rocontly wo hadn't any. at  noon wo had threo, and nt night, when  tho mor drunk was to get his suppor,  tho throo ntnlwarts marched up to tho  Jail with a dlnnor enn full of dnintioi  for the prisoner.   The namo not was  repeated tho noxt morning at break*,  ,fast time nnd nijnln nt 10 a.m., when  fthe priRoncr wnr brought forth to his  Iota.   Oh, thoso noble, fenrlcss threo, j  l*nd a poor helpless, repentant drunk  -Algomn Advocate.  Moss hnt, been foreod to wake im  Impression upon hard nfffY hy ex.  plotting a dynamlto cartridge upon H-  Beaatiful Presents  Exclusive and handsome designs In allmwart make  worth*/ and lasting presents,  The renowned trade mark  184] ROGERS BROS.  ob apoans, forks, knives, or  fancy serving pieces guarantees lhe best silver plate.  SiletrTlau thatWears"  Bul Ir* nil, ihiti, atlltit,  ilciiiititipti  MEMDEN   DOITS CO.  ������Ol������ IT I.WiDIKO ntl-MUl  (.tollar Bag, $1.00  /j/*KniS Collnr Haft would mike o  V������y mo������t practical and attractive  Christmas Gift (or any nun, <[. It  is made of  fine brown moroeco  ��������� ..'......, \,���������*\f tuL,. ������it������,, !t*> it,*,.*:.  draw itrinfs ������nd taueli, and hold*  12 collars,  CATALOGUR II  will be lent free upon request. It  oootains 132 ntjes of illustrations  of Jewelry, Silverware, etc., re*  produced in colon,  RYRiE BROS. LIMITED  BIammhI Marehanti, Jtwalara  ami >llv*r*mllh*  EASTERN CANADA  Daily during December.      3 months  limit.   Stop over privileges,  via  ST. PAUL OR DULUTH, CHICAGO  and  cam-  TRIM*  The Doable Track Route.  Reduced FarcH for  Steamship Passengers.  Novembor llth  to December   81st,  Five months limit,   Write   for   full  particulars and descriptive pamphlet.  A. E. DUFF,  General Agent, Paasengor Dent.  Representative for all Steamship Linea  and Cook'H Toum.  ���������200 Portnge Ave,     ".       Winnipeg,  134-138-131 Y0MCI IT.  TORONTO  Ji*. ItmiR,  1'rotldent.  If4W������r Ttvmm.  Hec-trta*.  Canadian Pacific  ANNUAL  EASTERN   CANADA  EXCURSIONS  Low Round Trip Rates te  ONTARIO, QUEBEO AND  MARITIME PROVINCES  TIckclH on mile Dec. 1 to Dee! .11, in-  cliiHive, good to return within three  months,  Tickets   iHHucd   in   connection   with  V!;,: !!-   f'!.,:-...!,:-.    vi1'   1,    -Vi*  rale  fiom Nov. li,   and   limited   in   i\v*  montliH from dale ol iskub.  Finest     equipment.    Standard    first  Cl������sn und Tourist Sleeping Curs nnd  Dining Car* on all Through Trains.  Compartment ��������� Library ��������� Olincrvation  i* <.r   ,      ���������   i   i I*    ���������.    -i ii  3-TIIROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY-3  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"  lenveii Winnipp|( daily nt 22.10k, mnk.  ing connections   nt   Toronto   for   all  point* Flint and \V������'**t thereof.  The "Imperial Limited" haves Winn!  pejf daily ut S.Kit, ami the "Atlantic  Express" at 10.00k daily, making con������  nections nt Montreal  for nil points  Hast thereof,  Apply  nt  the  nenreit  C.P.R.  Agent  for full Information  W. N. U��������� Nd. m.  0 jfj-' \ ���������K^-"^"^"-.^^  m_^Zm_mm!3S5,  l|W->a^i*^������B*^^^^^^SM-!iii^w ���������,������^iiy������ititii)alDrrt!)ia*i;g  mi   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   13RI.TISH   COLUMBiA.      '  1  fe 8������:<iiiBPiaii41'BWs  iss'iet1,   tiVefv   Ti-c-sdav  bv  tbe  for (in cubic   feet   per   second)  30 -.iibc f .-t  (e.) The character ot the proposed  GornJ-X     &     <". am b*8F land   -w rks dam a-m Biuicts gates.  "Ub: tshing    Compa oy.   |  *if-) Ths premison on which the water is to be eaftd (describe -same)  ,      I'lii, ;_w   will a.k hold   itst-lf^ omep,iu ������ath,lo������ldu1o,Bt^Lauk  '   * ��������� ,    iuft o Oampb It river u bout, ono halt uuU  C^pon -:ble For I lit- opinions ot oili-  ^loW Uampbai ,ivor Fallc.  ������!������������������>, ix-i may apptwr in * its -columns i yg ^ The purposes for which   tha  *-.-.-..u Lii:i������ lo- |   .*^ i������i" be u:ea: power ^vn b.S-  (h) If for,  irrigation describe   the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  '.ii      1, fTC  Tl ��������� KSDAY, ' Ju...  24th,      1^11,   acreage.  WATER NOTIOB.  NOTICE is   horehy given that   an  amplication will ho made under Part' returned to  \. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain r. ,;c���������uHe infix.) S yw-m-d. UivUh-n  of  Vict riu W������ter bi-iriot.  a.   The namo of Cora; a^y in full  Tha  ���������0   ��������� *i>boil Kivor Powt r C inpHuy, Limited.  The hoad <iffico-Oflice nf B .rnur.l & Rob  fere u e in altitude will be about 300 feet,  ei*s-u, 51-1 F r Si , Vi������t..'*'.. B.C. (j.)Area of Grown land intended to  The capital,   how divided, showing be occupied by the proposed works?  None  (i.) If the waterfis to be used for  power or mining purpoBes describe  the place where the. water is to be  some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return: Tha water ii t-r' be returned to il e  ��������� imi:i'iili 'iver Ht a point about one niil>  ImjIow the C rapbuli river Palls ������nd tbo.dit  Last Day  To-morrow and Rig-  Thursday the l������anufv  Day, Sale positively  ends Thursday, Jan 26.  at 6 p.m.  P  Last Call  Sale positively Ends  To-morrow, Big Thurs  day, The Banner Day.  Door open at 9 A.. M.  amount paid m; 8-50,000 uivi.-e i m-o 5<)0  shtircH of 8100.00 ta U. Aiu.uns i aid up  $40,000. "...*.'       ���������      /  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b) The name bf the lake, stream  or source (it unnamed, the description ik��������� Cami-beU L*'*���������>���������, X.     oiivei- islHiiil  (c.) The point of diversion: About  Tha fo t nt C5auni-ii.il L*.  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second) W cud  lc feet.   ..*,'.     y    ()  /  (e.) The character of tho proposed  works iUi;i ai.d   lav.v. ������<���������. ���������  {[.) The premises on wiiich the water is to be* usod,(describe same): In  > a m p ht i!>i tlw '~.Uii a oag '.he ba.uk  if tbeCompbell Itiver, ufsi.ut one r.alf mile  below Campbell Rive- Pad >.  (g.) The   purposes Jor which    the  -rater ';��������� t > !������e used p-*w r     ������������������ <>f*   *  Ch.) If for Irrigation describe    the  Ab nt 320 ac ee*  (k,) This notice was posted on the  eighth day of J..nu*ry,.i9il, tiud application will bj made to tuo Commissi ouur ������n  tho tw-ency-fourth day of February,  19U.  (1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licenses who or whose lands are likely to  be effected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet;  T* c B i ish Au.erijan Timbar Oo., Ud.,  ofVietoiia, B.C; North Pacific Lumbi  C ���������-., Lt', of Vancouver, B C: P. Cndahy.  ���������otyhicago, Illinois; International 'Timber  Co., of V&ocouver, B.C, Esqniin&lt & N*-  naimo Railway Compauy.  Attach copy of mich parts of the  Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works, .a  a. X ftcoua motion or oieratioa of works  or tha supply or utilization of water nndei  the >-x\'_.,t Ait, 1909."  h.   To apply for and obtain under ilu  land intended to be irrigated, giving j provisions- f tue "Water Act, 1909," or to  aceage     j purthaae or o.herwit>ea<quire water reeoid'  None.  (i) If the water is to be used for  power nr mining purposes describe  the place whoro the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  ani the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of re-  **urn: Theater is to be iv n ned to,, -he  - Campbell P-Ave^at.a^Mias^i*!)^^  below the Campbell River Falls and abe  diii.- . i* m .aUiiude will bs about 300 ft.  {].) Ar<sA of Crown lnnd intended to  \ie occ upied by tho proposed works:  A''   if :'"l' .���������<::<���������>;. ;   "    .       n  (k.JThiir notice was posted on the  bcco 11 my     January, 1911,   -.. d api/.ic  tion'will be    mado to the  CommiB-  uo er'-n '.he t*������.nty-:ouiti. '.-*-? i f i-'ebra-  mj, 191'.  1.) Q..- the namps and addresses  ot any (ipariau proprietors or licen-  rtf-B who or whoso lr.nc'3 am likely to  hi .v.������cted by .the -proposed works,  ���������p-tthei ajove ur below the outlet:  T.i������. iirif n, h������ 'British" Am riei Timlier  O >. L'd , f f Victo:u. B ������).. Nonh P.-.oirio  T    , i.cr������Jo,. LtiV *f Virnji-ii'.or.R.C; P.  ul.ii,, i.i i'rite,i(*o IUir.r.i : Tiitcrniition  a Tiiiilitir (j., <if Vcncj-u er. H C.  Attach copy of such parts 6f the  Company's nrnmornndum of pssocia-  ti':n ns autliorlKfi the proposed application and works.  (nl Tne (MruLiuotum o; operation of  w> rk ���������������!��������� tiifi ciipply'' r utili/ntiou of \ta. r  ������i.������e..';tHj"W.torAi-t, 1909"  (1)1 To npr.ly fdcnnd ohi>i'i nnd-pr the  provisions of tho "Wntnr \-K 1909," or to  purohiiHi- or (I'ho-wi'o pcniiirn wn'or reo-  or.-ti .*<r wvtiii* lie ni'*i.  Thb Oami'iu:i;i, Pivcn Powun company,  ���������i. l,!M!TlCr>.  O. M.Biuii": W.\Viil'i\i'..'Grimo,  P.O  minion hox TH Diieutom,  Vintoii'i,  li.C.  AIM'LIUATION   FOR   STORING WATER.  or wa'.era licenses  The Campbkll'.-Rivsk Powbb;compasy.  Limited; O. H. Barns,*W..'Wallace Grim*,  D.ie*.*tmi.  P  O- addreai: Box 724 Victoria, B.C,  npnrviiir for  Vfttmouve'  A.PPLICAT ONFORSTORING WATER  u, Th������ place of the proposed resei voi f<*r  sto in^: U|^pei;Cam**jbeULake, Voncouvu  'IT-f^^���������T^-"^^^    ������������������   ��������� t. T.he.mettii's'hy which ib is projiO-ed ti  sto e tue water: Dam and Stiveo gates  v. How it is yiopobod ti Jioquire ilicla.iO  nei-es ary for the yu. poie: liy puruhaseau<  gxj.ii".'t������i in^i'.iii  ������?;���������' rtpproximataly the number of acn  joat tutouded to be impounded 19,75:2 acn  ���������ot.   -       "'  THB CAMPBELL 8IVEU POWBR CO., LIMITED  G. H BuniH, W Wallace Grime, Diroam>  P.O. kddress:    Box 724, Viotoria, B.U.  LAND AOT.  Form No 9,  Form of Notice,  Ooait Distriot, Range S.  TAKE  NOIICE that George  0.  Pratt, of Vancouver, occupation  an-  eountant, intrnd-s to apply for   per  mien uo to purobaie the following de-  rt-nhi'd land*:���������Oommrnii gat a pom  planted at the nortbeait corner ol No,  Itt, being  nir milei  north nud two  milea west ol tbe eouth weit oornpr o!  No 1 tbence north 80 ohaice, tt ������nef  ���������HrtB1, 80 ohniPH, thence iouth 80 ohaina,  tbence went 80 ohaiui, to tliu point ol  o._mmeiH'eroeut, containitif 04,0 acre*,,  uiciie or letB, G������ORGB 0, PRATT,  Name ol Applicant  Dmed Juno 6,1010  Tlio placo of tho, piopoHtd  ������%orit>(*; water Cinnpholl Lait  T������lftnil.  [tj Thi n������an������ hy which It in proponed to  ���������toro tho vutwr dam an   hIiihh* K*iti's,  (v] lio* It in p,oini"i'd to M'ipui-n tho  1 .ml ii'**.i.i.i;i,' I. r t,V���������. j.itn.i.Mf. by iii;r(.!li!������K������  Wid ' ������j r')));i,it!(.i,, j  ���������it.    ,\\i\iii\\b)i'ili'b; tin, nun,Imi'  of  .i.vm \  .'inl'Ult;l|.i. ! i.i I ,: ������.'i i   ,i,,-!   '.'','.',,', mn;'  foi't.  'IIioUhiiiijiIipI  ii ���������������������������       *i r On,,Ltd.  it-, H. nuni*, W WalUoo fWinrt  liHrhi rf.  PO. I'hlr.'  ;  Pi 7'-M V- ������������������ <r������n, It V  WATF3U NOTfCM.  NOTTOK  Ih   hereby pven tlmt   nn  application will he luaite i.iuiur fait  V. ot tho "Water Act, WW," to  ob-  1 .-I i I.u mv im Uui IJiuiiux Uivi   n ol VlO  to in W't-r ni*<'rlo*f,  lit)      i. life   t.  ������lll&    ui    <.\>X\,-iv.mt      '.'C.      l",\\'  Tm������ Cr ipboll Itiver iiinitri'rinnany.Ltd  Iho hend uCJiiei Ollk-n-*   f I'.arnard A-  )'   e.-iuui, 5UFo>t H- , V oior- , I������.t3.  The eitpltal, how divided, ehowlnn  t -mt i������nid uf i. -ilSioii, ��������� i.i.t������it imo rid)  Hiiiirn   ol (JllW oacir,   nmiiiinl   p;ii-i    U  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9,  Form of Nonce.  Coitsi Uisuia IUdkc 3.  TAKK iNO'UCK tbM Oertmdf Hoi  Und, of Vancouver) (ocupn'ion, trw**  rlcil womun, iniendN to apply lor per*  mimion to i>h ron tue the following d<-  DRiihed Uniis; Oommenolua: ut a poet  1111 n 1 cd nt tbo north eeet corner of N������.  11,  U'inK three niili'n uorth nnd  two  milmi went of Hie B, W, corrrr of N*v  I, tliHuco north BO oheiu*, thnn^i' ������eit  tiO I'lmii.i   thence aouth  HO oh-Mur,  ' (i?i.e������ wi'* l HO rhttlim, m tbu pcint of  ���������  ifiifPiiMUCiiiit, iiontainiiiK W> ncri'H,  mote 01 Ih'������  <;ijp.TiiruB noiuwi)  iHaaif  1 Applicant,  l).-.ted Jum> 4th, 1910.  I, 11 ��������� * -  LAND AOT,  Form No 0.  Form on Nntioe.  Of the Tnternaiional Sklvage Co.'s record breaking, history making, merchandise event, The entire  stock thrown on the'market for less than the cost of landing the goods in Cumberland. Come here  with the crowds to-morrow, Big Thursday, the Banner pay, when the doors open at 9 a.m., and marvel at your dollar doing tlie work here of B to 5 dollars spent elsewhere. Remember the balance of  stock must and will behold to-morrow and Thursday, the last day. ^"No reasonable offer will  be refused.  Clothing, Furnishings, Hats,   Boots and Shoes Almost  Given Away.  815.000 Worth of'Ct'oth-  ing Butchered.  Fine Suns of ISileii'b   or ,;Yuutins'  Clothey worth ������7.50, now  2.98  Clothes  $12.50,  Suit of Men's or Youth's  of Overcoat, worth   to  now 4.98, ,  Overcoats or Suits, Model's price  ������15, S.ilvaro price  6.88  $18 Overcoats and Worsted Suits,  hundredr; of tlieiu included, and  nioiii'v buck for garments return f,d  j^^-g-gg-   Ovci'oojus iind Suits. tliat poll every.  .   where at, ������20, our price  10.89   ;.,  ll')(*)i*=,   worth   $^.50,  $1.65  Overcoats and Worsted or Silk  Mixed Tweed Suits, perfectly  tailored. It set-ins a pity to sell  them so low, Worth $25.  now11,48  Suits for best dreps wear, finest  hand hand tailoring throughout  Worfh to $30.    Our price  Men,s  Now  11.88 AND 14.98  Uooots,   worUi    4.50  2 3S  Men's Fine  Now  .100. Men's and Hoys' Shirts, worth 75c.  and $1: now ��������� ��������� .29c.  Men's Shirts, whiie ;m<l f incy  patlems  price $1 to $2.    Now 79c.  Men's Fleeced Fibbed Underwear, wcrth  -~-1S>JJ^���������SJ_-\Iij_:aj_^_- ._a ��������� -_���������-_- - - -39c-  Men's Hose, .vculi 25c. Now   Ti.~~i.^ci"  Men's ;ind Ladies'h.indherchiets,  hem-  siitrhed, wonh to 15c    Now 3c  Men's,'SilkL Embroidered    Suspenders'  worth to 35c    Saiv'i^e price,. 12c  ' Men's Fine��������� Raincoms  and  Overcoats,  worth to $12,1,0, now     ' . $5.48  Ties, worth 2,Sc    Now     5c  24dot Overalls, worth 75c Now... .29c  loo dcz Ties, worth 50c to 75c Now 17c  Men1! Wool Socks, worth 511c. Now 19c  Hars, soft and stiff, worth $2 Now 63c  llig line-of Hats, worth up to $3.50 Now  .    ���������  ...-' $1*79  Men's soft and stiff Hats, worth up to $3  Now. 980  Boys Hats* wonh $1 Now 29c  Caps,' 30c and 50c values     Nuw.... 14c  Men s and Boys l'anls worth ut> to $1.50  Now 7QL  Boys Overcoats, worth up to $5.50  Now   $1.89  Nobby Suits in fine materials, worth  up  $6; now. $2.89  tDhilclrens Suits worth   $3: 110W....9SC  ' Men's and Ladies' Boots',   worth  $2.50;  . S-ilij   Price '.; 98c;  ~156v!s*Shoes":L\vortlr~$ip-riowT7-.".-.-ri-2c.-  Men's High-Top   Boots,   worth   np  to  $7.50 $348  Men's Uxfbrds,  worth.   $3;  now   $1.48  ,75 do/..  Gloves,   5^c    to   $1,50  values;  Now ' '��������� .,'-..     ,. 35c  The Final  To-morrow  at* The International  Salvage Oo.'s Great  Clothing Sale. Hurry,  hurry, don't delay' act  qnicklp, sale ends on  Thursday, at 6 p in.  The International  Salvage Company*  Selling out lbe MODEL BLOTTO OO.IPM'8 STOCK  DUNSMUIR A VK. two doors.east of Nkws office.  STORE OPEN TILL 6   P.M.   ' CUMBERLAND,. B.C  Winding up  To-morrow    and    1  Thursday, at 6 p.m.  Big.  DQCtfS OPEN  9 A, M.  Come with the cro\yds,  fssssnt  SHSSff!  Onitt Dintriot, Kiinir������ 1.  TAKK NOTICE thtr Uavo VnVo  t-on.of V������������mounrf oeoup������tion butcher j mmt, contiiiiiiiiK ������it huiuliort nml foity  ni.ndu lo ipplr/or p*rmt������l.io to mvt,miiiWIm.  LA.ND ACT.  Form No. 0,  Form of Notice.  Coaot Dietrict,  IVdtriot of IUiiko 2.  TAKK notioo that Vornn Look of Vnn-  oouvor, dooupntiou Spinstur, uiteudo to  upply for pon������in*?ii.n to purobiiuu tho foU  IowIhb deaorihed IiuhIh; ���������  Commouclna ut u pout plnntod ut tho  North WfiBt oornor nf No. 1, thonco \Vi.*>t  'fliKhty (80)oluiuH n.iM-o i*r lo-a to C. L.  8H68, thouc-u Nti'tii oiKlry(8!������ clininu a*  lontr 0, L. JI8S8, tiiH.ct i:.tnt onlry (WIJ  olmiiin, tlionon So ith eighty (HU) nu am,  ti tho poiut of uiiiiiuiiint).iio,,t, (Miiliiu"  fun nix h milled nn.l torty (OKI) uou-*  moro or lo������a.  VKUNA LKKK  N.nio utApplluimt.  D������tnd Juno Uli, 1010.  ttmmmmtimmmmmmm������tmmmmimmmmm*mimmiimmmmmimm  IANDA0T.  K<������rniNo 0,  Win of Nnlieo,  C'oniit Diulriot,  liitstriot ol' Huiiuo *i  TAKR notioo ilmt Klannr Loolt of Vui*  couver, oootipntion Murriod woiunn, in-  UDili to npply (or por mi union to iiiiruha������o  th������ filJowlnu donorihcil IiumIh:���������  Comliiencinn at ri pnHt plitutml nt Iho  North Wont cornor of No. I, thenou North  oitthty (60) ohainr. tlmnco Knit (KO) uhuuis  thoncoHotittntit'hty f,t*.xi) tnviun, i'ii.-.u*u  Wont l������0) ohiiin*. l������ l������wi-t *'l *,-in..iutiii:  LAND ACT-  Form No. 9,  Kor.n of notice.  Coast District Kitn������e 2.  TAKli NOTlCJvthht William, H.  Whaliin. of X'ancouv'er, occupation, gentleman, intends to ,ipply for permission  to'''jii'irchase the follow ing described  lanils: Commencing at n post planted at  tiie north oast corner of No, 6, heini?  kmr"milcs north of the south west corner  of N.', r, theiicu north 80 chains, thonce  east 80 chains, theme south 80 chuinc,  throcc west 80 ohains, to the point of  comiiicncemem, contuinini,' nix liniitU'ed  and forty ai-ies, more or loss.  WILLIAM II. WMAI.liN,  Name of Applicant,  Dated |uiu!41Ii,"iqio.  <f,0m.  Vita Min-  (3f for ������:   nc jmrpoiwn  *r'1 CVrttflcnt* Nn   f1!.) Ths r*iim������ of the fafr.a, atntxixx  or source 'If nnn������m������J, th������ dtirrtp-  fi������ ft u Upper caui*.h*ll l.������������*. v ������.r *t. r  1.1.ml  (e.) Ths n*Mn. of dlvwlon; At, th������  tto������������'ofU������'t������* I***' '���������'   ���������  td.) Tlie tnvitity ot wUU ������PPlf������������  imreliMii lh������ IoMowIuk dinorlbed  Uniln���������Oomttunoliigiit a pout plattti  o������ur Ihi l*e������oh Rk Ui������ lomwmwk tin our  nl No 11, hfloir two mllat north tend  ihtef ������llt������ wtit ol tbt louthwfHt oor*  i������oi ol No l,th������nco north 80 chain*,  Mimich writ HOohfinf, thouoa lontl.  HUchhini, rr.or* f r h n to ihort lino,  M.rrort fait HO shftlna nlong  f.hor������ linn f*> r,r,\i)i ol comnu'rron.cot,  .-"iMiiiiilii-y HO new, trtxi* nr Im,  i>avk ntnou^oN,  Vlama tl Apnllotiit.  lUt-A 3nnt 6,1U1U  ���������y������Wmmw**--maj*mm**m*ammm*m-ma**am*m*mm-^  IV VOU WAST  BCODEiraNB  GIVE UK A TIUAL  KCjANUU mjkic  Naiutiof Applioant,  l)ato<f Juna 4th   UUJFKTTnrrMTlM^THlW  District ol Hnjuiit.  TAKE luAico that I.illa lOlounor J*n������ in-  nun, of v'Miwmv^r, It. C ufioupiitioti.iimr-  riml wrtinnii, Intonda tu apply fnr purin m'  nioii to puri'liftdo I bv tolhiwnii/ lUitcrilii-d  InmUt-U K. Jonkinion'* S.K, c Thur,  Oiiiiiiiipriuiit-a ut * pout pin tu! nt 'lio  north oiut corner fif.Si'oii������n 1, TowiiHhio  31, tiiciic* w������*t 100 ohnli������, the co iinrtli  tMuhnion,   imreor le#������ tiil.or^iiij-i 0,  a_at*a*_a4_maa%m**u m**-a.*���������*>*-,-���������  LAND AW.  Form  No. ll.  Komi of Notiiii'.  (Joiiht'Dinlrlut,  I liiitrit'.t. ol Kimee 3.  i'AKI*: notiiii thut Willi.m heiik, nf  ViiiHiiM.vo'.iiuiiupiilloii KiiHiiiimr, lntiiinl������  to it|i|ily for poriiiieHioii to pnrohiiHO tho  followiu������lUworilmd lmid������!--  CoimiUMiuini; nt a p.ut plnnto'1 on tho  hfnoli ai.Diit ono nnd 11 Imlf inlloi H011II1  l{iht from tho Houth Ku������t cororr of ti, li.  :i!l5H thonoo Nnrtn oiKiity (80| olninH,  tl-iouoo Ki������t niiihty (80) I'luii'fl. thenou  ���������South (bo) ointiijN, tiiDioo >vu I i'iH)  oluiiim, In poiui uf i,m iiiiiiinO'iuiH'', run-  tiiiniiJtl *.* hundred und forty anion, moro  or h������������-  WILUAM LRKK  N mo of Aiipuuiic  DaUd June 4th, 1 UIO,  hn* 'M,  LAND AOT.  Form No. 1).  Form ol Notico,  Ootit DUtriot, Hunge 2.  TAKB NOTIOE that John Mornv-,  lo, of Y������Deoiitftr,oaoup*tiou const motor, hitbndi to ������pply tor purinineion  to pnrchaio tbo lollowifjg d^onbml  InodBi-Cominflnologtta poet pluntal  at the north-wet ooroerol No Id, bring fl*e tuilci north and two nilt-w  wost of tb������ nouth wept oornor of No 1,  'hence north ������0cbnioi, thenoo worn  80ohajiH, thonoe iouth 811 ohniun,  tbonoo tuit80oH������in8,to tbo punt ol  0 mmeocement, couuuiinc 040 i-ortu,  inoro or Wu,     JOUN b OUAVIU,  N������m8 0l Applionur,  Dnted Juno fi, 1010,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District of UniiKC 3,  TAKK NOTICK that Waller Look, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  10 opply for permission t.i purchase the  following described landuj CommencmK  at n pout planted at the northeast corner  of Nr>4(beinK three miles'north of the  Hiiulliwest corner of No 1) thence north  lio chains, thence cast 80 chains, thence  ������outh 80 chiiin"., thenco west 80 oh.iini,  lo the point of enmmennement  contain-  ���������.r.dvcd i"'f   iririyr.   (yin.  txt-rf.a,  ev\.      WW.TYM I.F.RK,  Name of Applicant*  l.l^,   :.ia .,  mi'.-i'i: or  p������nt,������r. iutondu to uppW for p������rmi<  fion tor',"c',������������'ii th" follri-wlna ilficrih-  i������| )(ifiilB;������-*t'.on'nH'm,ii<yi ������' *��������� tort  pUntrd i������r tho northwuH- enr^fr r������f N"  11. Iirioir f rnc ii,ili*������ i.or.h nml three  mi'n wmi nf lh* Hoot1,****' onroir n'  , . N(, I, iltrnr* north HO ehelr������. (Innai  tliMico fliVtiiioi K thn Uie N^iimiii fowii' >������-������! BU ohn'������ ���������, t������ ������*������.������������������������������ kmi'1' M) c' ���������ior  *inp iin**. thw������oe m.uth AH chniniiini.ro ������r  \tl-t tO pIlUMof OolllOWIIOitliOUl con Jiiniiij;  fett> uou-*, u^irofr I������m.  WIXA KLKAN0K JRHKTK������ON,  Wm. Utal'u*, .\n lit.  D.UidJuno23M,l'J!Q.  TAKK   NOHOW   thnt   J  8trwirf.nl \N,,.nn������������r,o^iMmt|onciu  M^^'^/vinomiv./, ncoiip������tion,  oarp.n  UND AOT.  iwr������wyrwr.sK.i.'.v  Form No. li. itVin <>f  Oi.Rwt l)li,trlot( H������HBfl3.  TAKK NOTTCK tint Tiavlil   iHxvmn  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,. Form of Notioo.  Count Diatriot, Itan(|e il.  TAKB NOTlOli) that AloxMidor MoPhco.  of Viuioonvor, oooupution, oarpentor, ia-  tondn to it|>"jly for piriuiHKion to pnrchuNO  tlio following ildkoi'ihud Iambi!���������CoMainono-  iii������ Ht ut n. pout pluuti tl ut tlio uorth. woht ,  oornor of No. 13, boiiiR four iiiIIuh n< rth  nml tliroo uiilo4 wont of tlm >>0'4th wput oornor of No.l, thonoo norti* 80 ohuinH.ihuioo.  wnut SOohuinr, ilinnoo irnutli 80, olmfuu,  thonoo oiibt 80 vUiiin������i to llio. point of 00m-  tuouuoiiioDC, oiiiitiiliiniH it'll) boi'oh, moro or  low.       .   ALIJXANDKU iluI'llKK,  N(iiiiu of A ppli'oniit.  Ditod Juno dii, 1010, t  timmm_Mmmmm^mmmW*xm*ammmmmm  LAND ACT.  Konn No. 3.  Const Dintriiit. Hihiko 2,  TAKI'I NOTIOK tlut Nnoinl Mol'ho..,  of Viini.oiivoi', oooiiputiou, mairicd wi,iiii������n ,  inlomli to apply for'p������nnl*niiin to, pur-  oh imo tho fulliiwing iluioribcd liimli*: Coin  lllOIMlllIK nt 11 pout pllllllftll ut tint iiortli  w-cit uoiniir of No. 11, hi)ln(( flvo milim  nrntli uml throo in lien went if thu i-mith  woHtomnor of No. I, thenoo liui'th 80  oliuini-i, tlionoo wuy; 80 ciiniiiH, thonoo  eouth HO oluiiim, tlionoo oiiHt 80 onaluv, to  tho point of oiiiniiH moment, oontuii \i\\  ll'li) iKii'i'd, morn or Inns"' ;;   '  NAOMI MoPHKFj  Iliwiaif Aj'i'H^nt.  i>*t������aj������wciii,J!������io.  theno *n*-������r 8H ch������i������i������. in ������!���������'��������� rolri nf  (���������riiin**nc������l������i������-o''. rrrliiMt \* vf.in ���������������xm*.  M,.ir urlc������������. ������������<>">������ MP1RWART.  Nunc ������)( Applioant.  ' X)*\.\\ J on* d, UU'',  ������������r, iiitiniilH to npply for pprmhslnn to pnr-  .il..|K������ iU followhitt deporlhed l������lt������1*M���������0-������m  na ��������������� U(j st ������ pn"t pHlitwl ������t tho sflitli  i-if<t ,;ornf-r 'if Nn. 1 Hifnca north 80 chftin*  tli.-ii|.������i ink! 80 oU'ti*, thtnea rowth 80  tiba\*>a lba;A> *tu 80 chain*,  to point nf  coast land distriot.  Dietrict oi Coawt "Kiin^n 2.  TAKB NuTIOKthiit Ejlwi.nl U  TovniHond nf Vtuusoiivor,1 U. O *  gnnllcmnn, Intondu to applv for por-  mii������i������fon to purolmco tho following  ilcicrlliod laml'*: Cnnnnmioinn nt n  I ton plnntod nhotil 7 iiiil<'H north  mul 2 milon chuI of tin *>ouilica-l  cornor of Oh fWfiK, thoiiccHouth HO  chniiiH, 'hr'hfu wont 80 clmiiip,  ... thonco nonhSOolmln**. Ihetico oai������t  o.M.wr.r.o.������,t, contaminB fi40aci������ ������"���������'��������� j so ������1min������, io   poM   nt  coit.ir.euco-  tT'M<"  mvidwau'ro!! Wii.ua     in"'"1' for,,������'"inR m ���������������"'������'. mwmtit  [*% -it Jun* Oth, 1010,  Dated July 27th, UUU.  I  -ZtowL*,*    _��������� k  r**m**_m.at___ COPYRIGHT.  AP.kC.C9  'PLICATION FOR STOKING WATER  |(s ) The plaoo of the proposed resarvoir  ��������� Bioring Comox Lake, B.C.  t(t.) The means by vhich it  is proposed  [ store ths water  by a dam at   outlet   tf  .Ice.  L(u,) The area of the reservoir   site  or  leu at each Toot in dcotlfabove tho outlet  [00 acres.  (v.) How is it proposed to acquire the  inl uecessaty for the puipose By purohaso  JitoesBary.  ((*.) Approximately the numbor of aore  jit iutendod 11 be imp-mud' d 80,000.  Ix.) Wnether it ia proposed to lower the  [tor iu uny natural hke or atj.n<iiuabody  |������liter, and, if so, th.*n���������  [i. Tno antioipaled extent of the lowei-  h Not lowered.  li. The mean** proposod to bo adopted to  (war and n-till ��������� ������������������  I'i. Themiureaudohnraoter, in dotnil,  I the worka proposed to be coDutruOced lo  Vvide for the diHcharue ai d penning l'������ck  [tlie water By conoiete dam with regu-  [ing gates controlling the disohaige.  |[S-guatiirc]  Ii:i.LINQTON  Ooi.I.TERY f'OMPANY,   LtI).,  W. L Coui.so.v, General Muua^r.  (P.O. ud Tegs) Vioioria, B C.  J'miaiy l-Slti, 1911.  <���������> ��������� ���������  WATER NOTICE.  (NOTICE is    horeby given that   an  Implication "will be made under Part  of the "Water Act, 1909," to ob-  ii a ioeuau lu ihe DiVlBio* if C-uiux  IMS r 0*-,.  I (a.) Tho name of Company in full:  'ollmgt u C lllo.'y Company.   Limi-od,  ITlwhtut -iUjo Vetera, B.C.  The  capital,    hu\v   divided,   ahowine  LoHiit paid up '82 PUO.OOUO divided iut  |),000 4mieH of i'loO 00 each fullv p.-ijd up  (If for mining purposes) Free Min-  Ir's Certificate No   (b.) The name of lake, strosm or  burce (if unnamed, the description  \ Puntlo. gs River,  (c.) Tho point of drrcrBioii: At a  \o\ t above tho fa.ls on the PmiJodi.i-  kivor, Omnox Di-.trio1'.  (d.) The quantity of water applied  or (in cubic feet per second):  67o.  (e.) The character of the propoeed  J'orkt*: (ronerati y, plm t pow-T wo-kn, ami  Jlectric works, and plau" a d other maeb-  aery and cnnvi nieuoes m.ueanary for pro-  liiioina; pow������ r.  (f.) The premises on -which the vn-  l;er,lfl__to^bo_-,used J ^escribe jsaina )y On  In- iu the vuinitv nf tne \V llingt-m i ohi-  lry Company'* Lid. pr-pc-ry and hold-  |a<* jn Comox D -ti'io-..  (g.) Th������ purposes on'which the water is to he ued: G������ut.rotiii|i oieotnci..)-,  Imd :or light, boat, |owor, operation of  |*aotoru, engines, and in ohinery ufal kinds  jnd generally for ih. oxeroite of all power*  inl priyilegos of ������ po \er co npany uuder  TartIX. of idiovo Aot. ,  (I.) If the water is to be used for  Iiower or mining purposes deBcrlbo  The place wfocre tho water is to   be  Jcturned to     some natural channel,  Ind tho difference In nltitudo between  loint of    diversion and point of r������-  jirn    At a. convenient  pluo-J   lioiow   tnu  Itoo-ahton FaIU  in tho vionity   nutlet  frown River, Sections 10 and i'i Ti)*, <>,  Linox DiHtriot.     Tlio point of ivturum  limiii 200 feet lower.altitude than the point  ' divo^ioa. ��������� ��������� ..  (j.) Area of Crown land intondod to  le oecupiod by the  proposod worka:  loiiO',  (k.) This notice wqb posted on tho  |<toontli day of January, lllll, and *.ppl-  Lioti will bo made to tho ooramis-iioi.or  li tho t!8rd day of Fobrunry, 1011 at the Nar.  1(1.)"Give the names and addreaflos RATES  If.any riparian proprietors pr   llc-  Iibob who or whose lands are likely  lo be affected by the proposed works,  Ither above or below the outlet!   **s  li hini, tui mllloiy Company. Ud   ,  J Attach    copy, of such parti of the  lompnny'o memorandum of aenocla-  Ion as autliorlw> ��������� be propoeed tpplt-  Itlon and work*  JllflMl'l'O)  ���������IvkllinutonOom-imuy Company, Ltd.  \V, Ij. Coulhon, Oonoral Mmiauor.  i,0, mldrcis) Viotiirln, U.C.  jtruot front the mkmohindum ok ahhoih-  ation or 'rill', WlM'.IMCITON IjOI.MICIIY  COMPANY, 1.1 M ITU I),  (ii) To aoijtiino by purpliaw, (jrant, lfiano  iu.ny othor muuiior ,. wator or  llliiiitii water    il| To oerry on tho bu������inoM of   ������oUio lidlit, heat and power aupp'y   |, ] To manufjotiiro aU'l uso as a inotivo  wer U.������tilody and to lumufactiiro  noqiilro  phut, maohluery,  ripparatun,  id nutorhdH of ������������er/ kind for the pro-  wjiliiii mul ilinuiouliuu ui i,.iiii������i )������.\y . ������������������  gtiiwud1; u������l i'r dhipoi'P of tmppW or div.*-  Iliuto *'!��������� otriolty  for llvlitiiiff or  ptive povrt r and to ooiiHtruoi, lay  )wn, eit������bli������h, nnd carry out oal*lnn,  haH, Hugh, nuouniuhitorii, lilinpn nud  orlirt.  TH������   NEWJI,   GUMBERLANI).,  -BRtTISH COtUMfc^.  /ff  For Sale by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo. 6. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -      FOR   SALE   BY      -      -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  LM  j.020 Westminster Ave., Vancouver, Be C.  Summer months we BOVRIL  months. AcnpoSBOVfaiL  with a biscuit gives ell  necessary nutriment, when  meat is not rdtshed.  Try a little BOVRIL ia your  canned meats.  , NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any block*,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  belonging to the Wellington Col-  n'ery Co'y., or from or off the land  uf the snid Company, will be prosecuted to the full extent of tne law.  AV. L. COULSON,  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  NOTICE.  Riding on ln-eomotives and   rail  -VRV cari-s of-  the   Union   -Holliery  Company, i>y any  person   or   per-  ,'������.)n-s~:-sx.cept tuin ciow���������k- strictly  proh������u������tod.    fJmpioyees   Te  sub-  *>t; to dismissal for allowing  sam-  liy ordor  W. L.   COULSON,  Ciener.'il Manager.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Gardiner Alexander Bradv Spencer of Alameda  Cal., deenporion plumber, intends  to apply for permission to purchase  the followinc; depcribed lands*:���������  Commencing at a poet planted  about 30 chains west of the eouth  eaat corner of Section 24, Township  21, thence weet 80 chains, thence  iouth 80 chains, thenee east 80  chains, thence north to south ?ooie  of Wolf Lake, thence westerly along  south chore to we������r end of lake,  thence eapt along north shore about  40 chain?, thence north to place of  commencement, containing 400  acres more or lees. *  Scribed on pos', G A B.S.'������ N.E.  corner.  Gardner Ai.rkakdeb Brady  Spencer.  -   Dan Clark. Agent  Dated December 14th, 1910.  RUPEET UND DISTRICT  Dtei ict of Rupert.  ! TAKK notice that Endora Mae L������������son  of Vancouver, U. O.   occupation |lYi.lo**-,  iintends to npp[y for pei'mia-ion to purchase the followirg d-ecribed lendi: Ci m  mtnciDH at at a p >t planted about od������-  milo north anil 48 chaius east of the 8. K.  corner ot Seciou 4, T^wnthip 8, theuo*  uor.h 80 clinins, thence eimt 80 chuine,  - thonco wiutn 80 cuiiins   thence -aest 80  chaiiii to plnco o commencement, contiin  msr 6'10 acres, m*Vm Tx- L-bb.  Scribed nn pot EML't S-VV. corner.  Endora \M\Ti Lkeson,  i).in CUik, Agent.  DaW Decomber llth, "1910.  RUP3KT LAND DISTRICT  Distriot of Rupert  TAKE  >OriCE    fiat  AHelaide  Ester  Clark    Biwn,   of   Brookfie-d,   N.   Y.,  marrinl womau. iuteuds to apply f'-r iwr-  misuioii to p'irchiuie the followMig df-nrib-  ed l.ini^N:���������Commoucmg at a post planted  at aouthwest cornar of Si otion 19, Town-  phi p 9, tbsnre north   80 chains,   tlience  eait 80 chain*,   thence   south   80  chains,  thenct weat 80 chnint to place of cowtnen-  ment containing C40 aores mure or lot*.  Scrihed on poat A.K.CBV S.W. cor  Adelaide Kstkk (Jlauk Bbow.v.  Dated Decemher 19th. 1(110.  C. H TARBELL  ��������� ttanm 'fm.m^tc.\a:rm_a _ox___\_i  HIGH GkADK STOVES  And, all  KITCHEN  CHEWAILY-PURE  Canadian Government tcsto  chow we have tho purest,  and highest strength goods.  Gillett's Is used by the  best Bakers and Catorcro  everywhere.   Costs no  more than tho Inferior  adulterated kinds.  I E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD. [,  Toronto, Ont  The  Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests,  ThoOontial Hotel for, Sportsman  None but tho lient of Wines and Liquors  REASONABLE  iportsmeniJGoodi  and  General Hardware  ������*������^)>^^I^W^|l*l������^|**������*W^������i^W^������*l  1   FAIRFIELD  I  = STORE Zlf  J. JACK,   Prop. |  A Fine Assortment of %  the Choicest Candies, ������  Fruits and Tobacco, S  Vancouver Ice Cream, ���������*  *;:;-;     ;-|  nsmvtir Aye.  (Jumberlnnd ���������*  RUPBKT UN IJ DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE, notiee tlmt John Henry  Kerrineh Rich ard non, of Viincon  ver, B. C, occupation Steamboat  Steward, intends to apply for per-  mission to purchase the following  described lands:���������Commencing at  a post planted about. 40 chuins  nonh of tlie southwest corner of  Section 3, Township 21, thence west  SO chains, thence south 80 chains,  thenoe e:ist 80 chain-?, thenoe norfli  SO chains to _p_jjce_ -^ cormmnce  ment eonlaining 640 acres more o-  lees.  J. H. K. R's N. E corner.  John Hknuy Keiihinsh Riciiarti-  son.  Dan Clark, At>ent.  Dated December 16th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  ��������� District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Richmond  Charles Bics of Vancouver, B. C,  Broker intends to apply for per  mi������sion to purchase the following  described lands:���������Commencing at  a post planted nt i post between  Section 181c, Township 9, and Section 13, Township 20, thsnee west 40  chains, theuce south 40 chains,  tln-nce west 40 chain-*, thence south  80 chains; thence east 40 chains.  thence north 40 chains, thence eaat  40chains, thence nortli 80chains to  place of commencement, continuing  640 ucres more or lesp:  Scribed on post RCBV N E cor.  Richmond CHAiaEs Biss.  Dan Clark, agent.  Dated December I9ih, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Dia'rictof Rupert  TAKE no������k.e that Ber irum Ja:net  Taiker of Vancouver, li. C. occu-  patiun Expreis Manager intends t<������  to'aupls for peim-Rrion to puichas*  the , fi Hawing dercriluHl IkikIs:���������  Commeuciiig ai a p< st j>:H;ted  *bou: lit) chains wee vi ihu .- uih  east coruei of Setiiou 24, Tuwn-  ship2i, the.ee went 80 uhainst  thence eou'h 80 chains, tlience east  80 chains, thenoe north 80 chains  to place uf commencement, con*  tainiug 640 acres more or les-j.  Soribed mi ^o3t NjJ T's N.E cor.  Bbwtkam Jamks Ta-kkk,  Dated December 14ih, 1910.  ���������+**m,mm m ma^a* mo-mam-mam >o������������#������������������������<fc<M>,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE noiice that Marguerite  Leitch ������f Vancouver, BC��������� occupation Saipslady, intend0 tu apply  for penuiec-iou to purchase the fol-  lowinj; descrih6u Unus: -,  C-immeccinn -.1 a post plante:!  at the northeast corr.-r oi St-cion  34, Township 20. xh.:,.-������ wo..'. 3C  chainp, ihence ������*^-*-.ih ���������><��������� i[i:.in*,  thonoe eaai SO chain", Jienco r-o:*i;i  80 chains to piace of t".iniii<:rice-  ment, contAinmg Cr40 A-rt-' taor^.  or less.  Scribed .in pi>-i,-M.';..'-. '���������-' T -���������  Margukkii^ :.i :ic*:.-  Dated Deci'nihe: lb-.:  /f:  a^mmimm* ww������������**i**������*a>������������������ a  RUPERT LAND   DISTRICT  District of Ruqert  TAKE notice, that Delia Brooks,  of Vancouver, B. C, Married  woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:���������Commencing at  pupt plained at the northwest cor  utr of Section 30, Township 9.  thence en-at 80 chains, thence south  nu.  WTUC.  80 chaiiis","thcrice~\vppt MT~cKaini",  thence north' 80 chains to place of  com.nencement     containing    640  acres moro, or less  Scribed on Post D. ,B'; N. W  cor.  DfiMiA. BH0OK8,  Dan Clark, Agont.  Dnted Decomber 17th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Ed pa P!^.-t  Spencer of Alaraeiln, Ca!., m;*rri':rl  woman, intends to apply for per-  mission io pur<'har-e tlin following  described ]iind.<���������:������������������  Comment-ing at a po'if. planted  at the pooth west corner of Section  2 Township 21, thence ea6t 80  chains, thence north 80 chaini-',  ��������� hence west 80 chains, thence Bouth  80 chains to ylac-e of comnr.wiic*"-  ment, containing (540 acres more or  less.  Scribed on p'nrt;E F.F.'s S W.cor.  Edna Fisher Sr^NCER  Dnn Clnrk, Agent.  Dated December. 16th, 1910  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  John Johnston,    Prop  ,���������-������������������~~.  .i-f  NOTICE TO THK PUBLIC.'  Having built n Urge wnrolioitno and mill  at Conrtonny, 1 will in fu'iiro keep., on  limul a stoolc nf ull liindi of Hay, Grain,  nnd l'V'i'd at lowcnt noitrlcnt riitoH. A  iipcoinlty will Im mndo nl rollor crushed  food fur lio rum wli Ulli Mill mnko a miviiiK  of iiiih tbirr* io th������ oo-������t nt fcoil. Onlom  ������iv������n tlio toinnHtcr or by photia will bo  I^omptly lilliid. TlianUluK you for your  pnlr nn������u iu tlio pimt nnd iiolloiilu^ a non  tiiiiiHUooof tlmHiiino on bmidor luiou, I  beg *������ romata  Yonrfl tooAiniiiiiiid,  HYRON CIIAWPOUD.  I  Dealer iu  ALT. KINDS OF  Fruit, Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco.;;  Bonora Block,  CUMBERLAND, B.C,  KUPERT LAND DISTitlCT  District of Rupert  TAKE NOTICE tbat James Jlradihaw,  of Eamuria, Floridu, cn.pomer, iutume  tu npply for iKtimiBgiou to purohaue thu  following described laiu'B:���������Comnunons,'  at a pout ularufd 2 milo* weut ut tho S.E.  ooruur ot Seoti. u '24, lownsbip 20, t,h������nov  nurth 40 oh dim, tlu-noti west 80 obau b,  thenou south 40 clinins, thenoe on-t 80  chains to plnce of ouiiiniuDcenient, oon  taluiuu U20  acres moro nr lean.  Sorlbod on poat "J B'b S.K. uorijjr,  James Uiudhh aw,  Dau CUrk,"agent.  Dated Dooeinbnr 19th, 1U10.  RUPERT LAND DHTIIIOT  Distriot ot Rupert..  TAKR NOTIOK that Ohmles Juduon  Minor, of Ouuciioo, N.Y., lotirod farmer, intends to npply for permission to  purohaee tht toilomim duNeiibed IiiihIn;  O.JUmeioinj?nt a pont plnntod 2 ini'CB  west ni tbo H VV uorner of Booliou 24, Town  Hhip 20, tbenoe nortii 80 phuinn, thouoo  east 80 clminn, theueo south b0 ohnins,  thonuo wont 80 ohnins, to plnco of caiim-  t^eiiu'iit, 0untuliiin������ 040 nurtm, moro or  l9H. CJIAUI/KS Judhon MlNICU  Sur.hod on poet OJAl's H\V o/riier  Dun Clurii, A������ont.  DatfdD, o.-mbor 19-U, HIio  UUPUHT L\N1) DISIIUGT  District of Rupert;  TAKK NOTIOK  tbat   Kdward  Dyke,  ni lMugbninlon. NY, m, clunaD^n'endBto  apply for  penuiHBiou to puiotioia tho following drsoribed landb:���������CuniiiiouoiniiK at  a pi fit pinned 2' miles    west    of    tbe  ���������south east coi unr of *t ciion 24, Township  ���������20, ihenoo W8it 80 oiinini-*,  tlionco   uoutii  HO oliaiua,  thonce cunt 80   chanu, thtuoo  north 80 oh i'.ds tn pluoo of oommouseiuout,  oontaiuing 61U aorns, more or hsa.  ^tiriUd on post ED'a'N.K, oornor,  KrnvAHi) IJykk,  Dau Clark, Agont.  Dated Decembor 19tb, 1910,  JTAKK NOTIOK that Willinni V, Hinilh,  Vanoouvor, oooupatlon, inrpontor, in.  Ind* to apply (or yarniiMlnn to purohaao  le followii g .luioribod Uinhi-Cniiiini no-  [g at a pnal pUnti-it al' Im imctli unat, our.  Ir of No. I. tlieuoo north 80 oliabia, tlionoo  itt BOuUitiK, Uhhioo iouth M0 olmui',  i������nco weat 80 ohalna, to point ol oonm ���������  [loometit, coutaining 040 acrei, mor* or  |m. WILLIAM P.SMITH,  Name nt Appltaut.  hf������<\Jm*Mtli>t0.  UNION S, S. CO,, of U.C Ud  WgoImiiuI , Horvioa  botwoon Vinioonvor,  Nnnalmo, Union, Comox, by tbo  ntonl Olydn built twin nnnw  Btoiiirior "COWIOIIAN"  Hnillnu na nudor���������  Lnnvrr, V*ner������iiv<ir. Hntnrdnv H t in  ArrivoH Nanaimo, Haturdny. I'i ^in  Arrives Union, Hiinduy (I a in  Arriviip Comox,  Sunday 8 a m  Koturnlng:���������  Lonves ("oinox, ^unilny 4 p m  I^avoa U-q'cu Hunilay 5 i������ in  ArrlvDa Numinio, Siinilri'y 11 p m  Airi-vea Vanoimvor Monday 7 a ro  BUHt* U������vci Union for Cuinhnrliwl *v-  ���������ry flumlny morning on arrival of "COW-  ICHANj" nntl loaves CumOArlnml Hotol  it 1 p nt, conneotiiitf witli tttitm n  Union.  JOHN McLEODS  ICOR I'JKST-tJLAHS  0ANDY. KIU/ITH,  iJKlAUH * TORA0CO8  UUPHtyTLANI) DISTHICT  District ft Hupi it.  TAKE NOTJOK that (Unrgo Olrtim L-..  rooquo MilW, o( V'lincouvi r, H.C, innoh-  anioiii ont/iiii-or, iuteuilH to upply for ptrmm  sion to pinoHiiHft tlio followi.itf du'oribod  landa:���������Ooiiiinouolmg at n pott pi nn till ono  mile oiut of tho i o������ihw est oornor of H<otion 18, Township 0, tbouue euat 80 obntna,  thenco nor b 40 oluina, llm co wr.it 8n  oh ul n h, thenco south 40 uh.ilim to plnoo  of oointiiouconii'iit, ooutittuli'U !)20 aoiMH,  uioiq or lea**.  Horilmd on pout OOLM'a HW eorbi-r.  O-KOIUIH (JlltTUH LAH'lCgUB MlWI.l'U.   ������  D.ui i-i.irl>, A)i0ut.  Diitoil Diuembur !20ih, 1010         HUPBRT LANU DISTKUJT.  RUPERT LAND IjLSTHICT  Dintiiotof Rupert.  TAK U NOTICK tbit Thomaa Predorlck  Tusker, 61 Vnncouvor, IJ.O., telegraph  operiter, Intends to apply tor pennia-  siuD to ourohuso tho following denoribod  lands:-Commariolng at a i>������������t plnntod at  tho north wo.t ooruor ot 8* o.lou 18, J'o*vu  t-hip 0, thonce south 80 chains, fcheiua  euat bti oil im-, ihonoo  uoi'ih 80 oliuinw,  tliuiioo weat 80 oniiinH tn paco < t oo.n-  inoiiuoinent, oontainii'g OlU noros, mord  or less,  tforihodon poat TFP'a N.W c irnor.  Thomas Fiikiikuick 1'ahkku,  \)mi Clark, Agont.  D,itul Dit'Oinbtr tOth, 1'JIO  TAKE notice.that HaiOee A*tihy "  of Vancouver1, B.C , married woman,  intend* to apply tor ptrmi'eion  to  purchase the   following lie-cnbed  iandji:���������;  Commencing at a po?t plnn'.ed  at thesomh en-jt corner of ���������c'octi,n  3, Township 21r- thence no"-ib ������0  chainp, thence wept 80 n)-: :~p,  thenoee eouth 80 chairs, -h-we.  eaat 80 chains to plac-^ of c-ir  tnencemont, con uining 640 ucres  more or less  Scrihed on poBt, IT.A.'h S.K, cor  HaIIiKK AhHHY  Dnn Clark, Agent.  D ited December 16th, 1010.  Gooik'g Cotton Root Compound;  Thn (iront UleHno Tonlr, and  eafo cirw-tual Moutlilf  Uanlulor on which women can  Ibi  lluiW!5*.*lJ!?JLW^l,iKLwP'��������� ^  itepeiul, HolillD tbruo ikneet  pt btHm(rtlirNo. i. It i {fo. -Z  10duifri*ij*4.������ti'OiiB<ir,.*|0| Np. H,  far MpooUl.innaof^ U por  Hold by all drumliitii, or  jiropaid o]t reoolpt of (  ae^  ��������� * -^ PamWdotT Audroja  ^MilWHIHtfiO,.TOIIONTO,ljNT. tlortncrlyWi  0  I  ������  (0  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rujjort,  TAKE NOTICE that Lillian Shcppnrd,  of VioooUTur, B, C, married womau. in-  toodfl to apply for pormifiNlon to purehaie  tbo following di-Horibod linvifl:���������O-Miimen  oin������ at a poii plnntod at tbo floutb cant  bi'Tinr of St-oMon 24,��������� Townahip 21, tlu'i>cu  north 80 ohaina, thenoe weat 80 eliniun,  thenoe Bouth 80 chnin *, thonoo nnnt 81)  ohuiiiH tn pluoo of commmciiceinebt, ci'-n-  tnitinu 010 noiOH, moro or loan.  fio-ib'id on punt LS'b H,K. corner*  Lll/MAN lSllBI>rARD.  Dan Clark, A^ov.t.  Dutrd Pcomber lHtb, 1010.  RUPERT LAND DISTHICT  Diatriot of Ruptrt.  TAKK NOTIOIHhat WlUiam Wadman  Shoppard, of   Vauoouvor,    ll.C,   oil.-  loot loakor, Intend" to an^ly  foi   p(,*-iji>t;  aion tn purooaHB fho following; <h������������������ ri u-i',  landnj-ComirenoJil-sf a*, n p'Rt piuij -d  milo weat uf thcaonMioaai oi*rnr.i  ������������������   --  Mon 21, Townhlp 21,   lliom+.   ���������   ''.    ���������*'-  oh ina, thenoe wcit. ������0 oim.r.f,.,. I, ���������>���������'������������������:  aouth 80 ohai'i, tboi.c ��������� ;i ' '  piano of WHiimmiCOi m:.i,   *   '     '*    '*������  uoim more or o n.  Boriboil on ,i ���������( W V Sh ������t:,   i ,,.,,;���������  VfIhUKU W.UiMAJf P',',11 I ' I'.ii,  InnClnrl,, Ai,������u.  Dot-il T'oonnhor lBtli, 1010.  NOI'lUI'l ia horoby uivnn that on tlio tinl  dny nf Douoinbrr nut appliuutlun will bo  mado to tlio Bnporintandont of I'rovinoial  Polifin. Vioioiiu, for Uih ronowal of llio ho.  til lioimau to hi-11 |ii|uimh hy rot ail in thn  hotol known mi tho Port Auftii*<tit hotel, lit  imtoil at Comov, H.C. J. II Hoi.muhi  Dated Ootobor 11, ll������10.  ���������   <  ������������Maaa>HMaMiMaMiH>MiaMiHM������itMaMif  NOTICK Uluroby glvun tbat on Iho tlmt  day of Urflomher u-sxt applioation will be  tnailc to thu MupuriiiUnibmt ot I'rnvti ol������l  Potion, Viotoila, fer the rouowal of the hotol lioenwi Ui null li^uora by ratail iu thi,  hotel kuown an tho Loruo hotel, iltuutcd at  t'omtk, It.*' imwir. M Ourrit.  THUif October 11, IP 10.  DiHtriot ot Hnport,  TAK id notice that Harry I'ntton  Arohih'uld of Vnncouver, U O, nn-  ���������ahieor, intonda to apply for iinrmia-  nion io purnhiiHO Iho following ilo  cnrihwl land-s;���������-(hunnmnolnK nt   a  pirn; plMitoil *l chainB norllyif 10 M  hoocon'rt Houthwout cornor,  tlionci'  north <10 chnin.', thenee went  40  oha'nfi   thonce  iouth   40 cliuiiu,  ihence niift 40 ehnini to  plate  o������  coninienicmeiii,    containing    KiO  aori'b, imn oi Iom,  Bcriln'd on put IM'.A.'uS.K ror  IlAitrtv I'attkn Arciiiiiaui,  D.m Clnrk, ������^nt.  Dated Duo   Iltb, 1010.  <  ���������M  c  i  'J  WJPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Dlatrict of Rupct.  TAKE NOTICE   that William Koid  rlek Tanker, of V'anoouvcr <J.c\ mauufa������,inr  era i^ent, mtiiiirla to npply 'o nt-nni mon  to purobniu thu fullowlnf; diuu'lhed bind :  CommenoInK nt a  pint pliintel about 1;  mlla Miatof tlm nor'hwnatcorner of hoik-  lion IH, Towim ipO, tlii-nootaaiUOobiilnN,  thanof Minth 8') 'l.ai������ ,  !hoi,C'*  ������������������������'������ 8lh  ���������dtatnM, 'heocn nor o 8u .'hi a to (lnco of1'  comiiiononmnn,   ouitmnini;   i ���������'/   turn,  mon- ff low.  Htirl'-eloo P'^t WKT'a N.W. corner,,  William Kknduick '1'aikek,  Dun Claik, Agent,  Ddtfil D etcher HI h, 1010.  BUIT.RT LAN'Ii WSTIilCC  llmtriottf Ruiert.  TAKK NOTICK that laabolU Manb-  hou-e,    of J Vanoouvor.   II. O,.    itleo  ohrk. Intend* to apply for p rmialon to,  nurohtwe 'be fohowuiB tfacillnd 'and;���������  C<*mM������t]Ciiin at a poat planned a- he t.. r h  ���������vicateiontr of ������ect- n 35. T< 7 ahip S>������,  thn.ctaaiitli 80 eiiaina   the oa oat *M  rb In*, tb no.'   north HO fllnlnw,   th-lifO  weat Milil f,ui |.Jaij������ ot   cowmu.oox  in*.l. (DM talnlntf (MOiorfd moit o* lena,  Hcrlbdou ������a*t tM'aN VV. corner.  laAIUlXA Monktiouik,  DnnCldrk, Agtft.  I>t^lt>.oemUt ICth, 10IO  4  >mW*HHhl4*44**4HH44������% nhiii  tSSSSw^SSS^LASi^SSm  J^l*jXtm\^aai_bflti_M_VSame_1!a_fHT*_-.^ ���������.^..������f..,iwffl n r.i*l,*>-iri.i.*.lr-n,.i������r,iriri  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  If You Want to be Sure of Quality  Buy  ALWAYS LOOK FOR THIS  TRADE  MARK  Medicinal and Toilet Preparations  You  certainly take no chancgs when W A-OWU-CO.  you buy any toilet article or medicinal  preparation which biars the name NA-  DRU-CO and this trade mark;.  At toon a* you tee "NA-DRU-CO"  you can be abtolutely certain that th������  article it the very belt.  The National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited, has spent thousands of dollars In perfecting this  line of over 125 NA-DRU-CO preparations.  1    The formula: are tbe best known to medical science.  The purity and strength of the ingredients are assured by rigid tests.  The compounding is done by expert chemists, who are thoroughly  qualified for a work so vital to your health.  Knowing that everything has been done to make them right, we  guarantee, positively and unreservedly, each and every NA-DRU-CO  preparation. If you find any one unsatisfactory we want you'to return, it  to the druggist from whom you bought it and he will refund your money.  Ask your physician or druggist all about the NA-DRU-CO line. They  are men of standing in your community, worthy ofiyour confidence, and  in position to tell you, for we will furnish to any member of either profession, on request, a full list of the ingredients in any NA-DRU-CO  preparation. .-���������'.������������������  NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets  Cure sour stomach���������heartburn���������flatulsnco  ������������������Indljostion���������chronic dyspepsia.  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafer.  -   Stop a headache Ir. 30 minutes.  Contain no harmful drug.  NA-DRU-CO Talcum Powder  3 kinds-Violet -Rose-Flesh Color.  Gems of refreshment and refinement.  NA-DRU-CO     Laxatives  Act without any discomfort.  Increased doses not needed.  NA-DRU-CO   Baby   Tablet*  Relieve Baby's Ills.   Especially  valuable during teething.  NA-DRU-CO   Tooth   Paste  Cleanses throughout���������prevents decay  ���������makes the teeth beautifully white.  National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited  Wholesale Branches at:  Halifax���������St. J������ha���������Montreal���������Ottawa���������Kingston���������T������roat���������������Hamilton  London���������Winnipeg���������-Re������inm���������Calgary���������Nelion���������Vanc������u������or���������Victoria.  40  LIFE IN SINGAPORE.  TANNING AND FUR  DRESSING RECIPES  By An Old Hand.  How to tan or dress all ligbt fur  skins, such as mink, muskrat. weiiacl,  fox, fisher, lynx cat, &c.; how to tan  dog skins, sheep skins, wolf skins,  badger, &c, for mats, rugs, robes,  gauntlets, &c\; how to dye sheep skin  mats any desired shade; how to remove the grease from furs or fur skins  without wetting the skin, making the  _fur as el can and lively jiynew; how to  clean "white "furi" subtT as-"thibetyaW"  gora, -white rabbit, &c., making them  as white and fresh as new; how to  ttan cow and horse hides for coats,  robes, &c.; how to make easily and  quickly a good tough leather for repairing harness and general'use on  tho farm; how to care for hides and  skins that are to be sold, and how to  sell them to get the most money for  them.  Any of the nbove recipes will be  Bent to any address on receipt of 50  cents, or the booklet complete for  $2.00. Address;  AN OLD  HAND,  Box 363, Winnipeg,  Man.  It's easier to get a< bad reputation  than it is to keep a good one.  The Kidneys  Wear Out  But Many Peoplo of Advancod Yoars  Have Learned How to Keep Theso  Organs  Healthy by Using  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER   PILLS  The kidnoys nro often the flrHl, organs of the body to ciuwo -troubio.  Tlieir work of filtering the blood is  greatly iueraisod by oxcohmvo outing  or by use of highly seiiHonwl foods  and alcoholic drinks.  As advanced nge conies on most  people suffi-r uinii! or less from derangements of the kldneyH, With  some then, nro yearn uf pniim nnd  achoH, wiih others llri|,'liti'n tlmeiine is  poori devi'l'iped and lite end conies  quickly,  Fortunately a grent ninny have  learned nlmiit Dr. C'Iiiikc's Kidney and  Liver PIIIh, imd nre enabled hy their  uho <*o keep the kidneys hoiillhy nnd  ���������active.  Thin medicine is cnlin'ly different  from ordinary kidney treatment's and  invigiiiiiti-s the net inn of the liver and  bowels, To this combined ncUoii is  attributed   Its  reiniii'ltiible HiieecH-,  Mr. Kiclniril I'rcKlon, Ohhorne,  I.nfribton County, (hit., write*;**-"|  wnnt to (entity lo Ilie wonderful e.iirn-  five properties of Dr, A. \V, ('Iuihc'h  Kidney nnd I.iver Pills, Hevenleen  yearn ngo I begun the line of thin  medicine, when my buck wim ho bnd  that to titonp or rise was torture to  me. Tlm kidneys were in bnd condi;.  tion, but theso pills entirely freed ine  of hack niiiiiH. I have used them over  since, whenever the kidney-s would  fret out ol order, and now, nt eighty  ;*i>ir" iii*ii "'ell nnil hourly fhnnlrn to  thin grnnd medicine."  Dr. A. SV. Until*Tn Kidney nml l.ivoi  Pills, one pill a dune, 2f������ ceiilfi a box,  nt nil denlern, or KdriuniHon, Itnles A,  Co., Toronto,  Kven llifiuch n mini think* lhe world  ol n woman, In- should remember tliat  there nre others.  - .Why?  "Why should the spirit of mortal  be proud P" quoted the impassioned  orator.  Then he paused a moment to let it  take effect.  "Well," spoke up a half-intoxicated  man in the audience, "I'll be the  goat.   Why should it?"���������Exchange.  $100 Reward, $100.  The readers of this paper will be  pleased to learn that there is at least  one dreaded disease that science has  oeeri"able to"T2ure~Tin"air^ts "stages;  nnd that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  Cure is the only positive cure now  known to the medical fraternity.  Catarrh being a constitutional disease  requires a constitutional treatment.  Hall's Catarrh' Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the nlood  and mucous surfaces of the system,  thereby destroying the foundation of  the disease, and giving the patient  strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its  work. The proprietors have,so much  fnith in its curative powers that they  offer One Hundred Dollars for ar-.y  case that it fails to cure. Send for  list of testimonials. Address:  F. J. CHENEY  & Co., Toledo, O.  , Sold by druggists, 75c,  ' Tnko Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  Mr. Brown���������"Look here, Mrs.  Brown, someone hns been to my cup-  hoard ngnin, and there is half a. bottle of whiskey gone. Now, mark mo,  I won't have it!"  Mrs, Brown���������"You're quite right.  Mr. Brown; you won't have it, for I  gave- it to nm this afternoon to take  home to poor, dear pa."  TELLS fSFPUBUC  THE REASON WHY  QUEBEC MAN CURED BY DODD'8  KIDNEY  PILLS  Of Rheumatism, Gravol and Dlnbetes  says ho wants othor aufforors to  havo tho behfiflt of his experience.  liousseau Mills, Pot'tnouff Co., Quo.,  (8pifclnl):~"Ti!ll the public Dodd'H  Kidneys Pills ourod me of Oravel,  Uheuiniitisiii nnd Dinhuk'H." These  nre the wonlH of Seraphim Carpentior,  of this pliioc.  "For ten years I suffered," Mr, Onr-  ni'iiller continues, "���������Then 1 henrd of  Dodd's Kidney I'ills and decided to  try tlieiu, Almost' from the lirst thoy  relieved me and now nil my (Inivol,  Diiilieti'S and HheuiniitiHin hnvo entirely left me,  "I want others to know what cured  Die, becauso I (lo not want thoin to  suffer iih I havo suffered."  Tljeiu iim thousands of just such  living proofs in Canada thnt Dodd's  Kidney Pills always cure Kidney 1Mb-  ensii. If you take the diseiise enrly  they will cure, it easily nnd quickly  nnd you will bo saved much sufferiiiR.  If you have neglected it and let it  reach Its moro dangerous singes, such  ..* G������������>.'.. D;������Ui..-. .,:��������� B.Ll.l', IM.s  <".\i.r>, lVvbVn Kidney Tills will cure tt.  They never fail.  Avoiding Ptrjury  Patience���������"And was the judgi* considerate?"  j        l'l.Klll'.V.-   '     y\:i^ ,     i\\:    <������-,<,',*,������     ...v,     ki.y  iage before he swore ine."  "Let good digestion wait on appetite, and health on bothl"  Tbey will If you tako SiUKeareAR-s  NftDRut^pip^Btets  They correct stomach disorders, auiM dif*;eslloa, and make life wonh  living ������c������ln (or th* victim ot dyj,p������p<>la. EOc. a box. K your druggist hu  not stocked them yet, send us COc. and we will mall them. 35  Ntlianal Dr������������ anil ChtmU.I Comvanr at Canada. limited.      .      Meel/tftL  Cosmopolitan Medley of People on tht  Streets All Day Long.  ln his article on.Singapore, in.Harper's Magazine, W. J. Aylward gives  a picture of the varied life of tho city.  He says: '.'It was late in the afternoon  when we reached the mouth of the  river, the hour when everybody that  is anybody is out driving on the Esplanade, and every one who is not ia  there to see. Along the broad, tree-  shaded river the fascinating show  trots by, and one cannot but admire  the genius of the people who made it  possible in this little peninsula for  which John Bull gave the whole island of Java to the Dutch, and where  but a generation or two ago Lord  Cavenagh found but a few pirate huts.  "Across the road, with your back to  the sea, you cnn easily imagine yourself at i������ large week-end party in England, thi a broad smooth lawn which  vear< of c\_e. l it -oaved to crow  Mn alien soil, scant-clad figures work  hard at socker, cricket and rounders.  Women in fluffy white and Paris hats  sit languidly in wicker chairs, attended by native servants who keep guard  over blond babies, while their mistresses watch tho game. Through a  rich, dark curtain of hei\yy���������foliage n  pocket edition of an English cathedral peers and raises its delicate spire  against a flaming sky.  -"Under the/tree-shaded road, between the lawn and water, a parade of  nations,; goes" on���������brown men; - black  men, yellow men and white; Hindoo,  Malay, Japanese, and Kling, awheel or  afoot, with here and there in the  motley, gaudily costumed throng the  snowy garb of tlie helrneted master  mind". Next to him in importance are  the Chinese men of wealth, the real  merchant prince? of Singapore, who  give a fairly good idea of how a Chinese can rise if given a chance. On  the seat of the most fashionable dogcart one goes by, behind a high-stepping, docked sorrel driven by a Bengali lad in livery, with a duplicate  footman gravely enjoys his daily drive  and chat with his son just home from  Oxford. '  "Following him, a sober equipage  contains an English mother with three  marriageable daughters; then a high-  caste Hindoo in his low carriage reclines on rich cushions, his crinkly  white frock and silver buttons sett-ins;  off magnificently his dark, bearded  face, crowned with fathoms and fathoms of soft, white stuff in a carefully  laid turban; a skittish horse, with aa  officer in the Lincoln-green uniform  of the Sherwood Foresters at the ribbons, his bull pup beside him aud a  little baboon in barefooted livery sitting astern; a shabby gharry and a  Portuguese priest; a rickshaw with a  Chinese woman in flowing blue? surrounded by her little- brood; a barouche full of French girls ��������� all pass  through a chattering throng of Tamil-  -men-in - skirts, -with Jittle_A*������ivet,_.ejn.._  broidered skullcaps on their heads;  turbaned Klings in loincloths; savage-  looking Javanese, a Manchu lady in  yellow silk limps pitifully on hobbled  feet after the musical slink of her  lord and- master's wooden clogs; Beu-  galese, Mohammedan, and Parsees."   *  High Power Microscopy.  There has been exhibited before tho  Royal Society of London a form ol  microscope, the invention of Prof.  Gordon, by means of which enormous  magnification of an object can, it is  stated, be attained without the blemishes due to optical causes that formerly marred such images, says Harper's Weekly, .  We may suppose that the enlarged  image of an object is received from a  microscope lens upon a ground-glass  focusing screon, and that then anoth-  cd microscope is employed still further  to enlarge the imago so formed. Thia'  is, of courijo, quite feasible, but tho  grain of the glass would bo magnified  together with the imago and would  vitiate the result. Prof. Gordon usea  a translucent screon of tho finest possible texture, and he causes it to bo  kept in continual motion while tho  object is being viewed or photographed. By this means the grain of the  screen is eliminated and tho greatly  magnified image of tho object alono  seen. Specimens magnified to the extent of ton thousand dinmctors wero  shown as proof of the etliciicy of tho  method adopted.  Jenny Llnd's Charm.  Tho anniversary of the death of  Jenny Lind calls to mind a most lovable nnd charming personality. Tho  Infirmary at Norwich, named nftor  hor, "Tho Jenny Lind Infirmary,"  wns founded flfty-oight yonr* ngo by  hor. Bho wns ono of tho sweetest  singers that "ovor poured upon tho  world a flood of harmony," and  nmong othor of thn great men of hor  timo who approcintod hor at her  right valuo wiih Mendelsohn, who  said of hor,,f "Sho Ih ns great nn art-  I tit an ovor lived, nnd tho grontoat I  hn\u known," For n, lonn timo uho  livo*d in Kensington, nt Clnlrvillo  Grovo, in a protty ono-storiod cottngo,  ovor which grew n (Ino magnolia. A  critic wroto of hor, after sho hnd fung  for Bomo years in grand oporn, thnt if  sho hod not been tho grontont singor  in the world, sho would hnvo boon tho  greater actress."  i  Coleridge ai Convoriatlonalltt,  Coleridge waa n prodigious talker,  nnd hiu lluency nnd eloquence in dis*  ciiRHion soon brought his follow d������������i  haters to a stntutHtiil. huwtiru Irving  uucu ciinip)Hiiii:d to u Iflloxv guest nt  Mr. GillmnnV.  "Cnn you ovor got n word in with  Coleridge?"  "No," was tho reply; "nor do l\  t-.vi-r wish to." i  There ift n stniy tn um-niiueh imt**  tonholing Hnzlitt in the Grovo nnd*  subjecting him to a strenm of eloquence. Tlio hitter was pressed for'  time, hut waited till IiIh pntinneo ho.  enmo exhausted; then ho out off tho'  button nnd find, lenving Colcridgo to1  discourse to it nt leisure.  LnM of Fnrrrii After All.  Tlie total area of Knglnnd, Scotlnnil,,  jtnd Wales is 50,214,IM ncroa, exclud-i  ing water, and tho totnl under crop  this year hn* boon 32,144.005 aores'  (oiclusivft of 12.M4.22fl ncrjs of motm-l  tain and heath lind used for fratinj).  The New Wizard of the Soo.  William Charles Franz of the Soo���������  is a new name in Canada; and Franz  at the Canadian Soo is a remarkable  man. Recently a gathering of notable  public men, both Canadian and English, did honor to Mr. Franz in a  banquet at the city that was founded  by Clergue the wizard; the city that  now has 15,000 people, seven- thousand of whom are employed in the  consolidated works of the Lake Superior Corporation, financed by British  capital.  Mr. Franz is the general manager oi  the works; which in their astonishing  variety and range of output aro among  the marvels of modern Canada. Tho !  wizard era of F. H. Clergue who,  looking for cheap water power, discovered the great plexus of raw materials that makes the Soo the most  remarkable industrial small city in  Canada, was followed by a series of  lapses and reorganizations; later by  a great fire. But the Soo works of  1910 are greater even than were  dreamed of in the days of Clergue.  Mr. Franz is the most powerful man  in tho Canadian Soo. When a youth  he1*had a dog, a rooster and a gun;  also a pocketful of rusty nails. He  is now manager of a corporation  whose property is valued at $35,000,  'ooo.':.'.*.'  Montreal Woman Cured of  Stubborn, Itching Eczema  Roses For Colds.  The rose as a preventive of colds is  a new idea demonstrated at the London Medical Exhibition, which opened  at the 'Horticultural Hall recently. A  Brighton firm of manufacturing chemists has taken the essence of the lovely  dark-red rose called "Duke of Edinburgh," and combined it, in tablet  form, with the antiseptic formalin,  claiming that one of these tablets  taken in the morning will ensure  against catching cold for the rest of  the day.     Wanted a Long Engagement.  "Do you believe in long engagements?" he asked after she had consented to be his.  "Yes, ��������� dearest,",   she   replied.    "I  have always thought it. was such a  1 mistake for two people to rush into  matrimony  before   they   learned   to  really know each other."  "Well, about how long would you  wish the engagement to be?"  "Let me see. Would you think it  was too long if we didn't get married until a week from next Thursday?"     ''  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  "She told me that he had written  thirty-one    sonnets       extolling    her  charms."  "Gracious!   Did she marry him?"  "Mercy, no!   She married a corner  trrocer."���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Every skin sufferer should read vhat  Miss Mary A. Bentley, 93 University St,  Montreal, writes of her seven years of  eczema, how she could not sleep or put  her hands in water, how she tried all manner of treatment and even a hospital, but  grew worse, and how she found prompt  relief and final cure in Cuticura Soap and  Cuticura Ointment  "Some nine years ago I noticed small  pimples breaking out on the back of my  hands. They became very irritating, and  gradually became worse, so that I could  not sleep at night I consulted a physician,  who treated me a long time, but it got  worse, and I could not put my hands in  water. I was treated at the hospital, and  it was just the same. I was told that it  was a very bad case of eczema. Well, I  just kept on using everything that I could  for nearly eight years, until I was advised  to try Cuticura Ointment I did so and  I found after a few applications and by  bandaging my hands well up that the  burning sensations were disappearing. I  could sleep well, and did not have any  itching during the night. I began after a  while to use Cuticura Soap for a wash for.  them, and I think by using the Cuticura  Soap and Ointment J was much benefited.  " I stuck to the Cuticura treatment, and  thought if I could use other remedies for  over seven years with no result, and after  only having a few applications and finding  ease from Cuticura Ointment, 1 thought it  deserved a fair trial with a severe and  stubborn case. I used the Cuticura Ointment and Soap for nearly six months and  I am glad to say that I have hands as clear  as anyone. I honestly Mieve if all sufferers of eczema would just stop paying  doctors' bills and treat themselves with  the Cuticura Remedies, they would not  regret it  "It is my wish that you publish this  letter to all the world, and if anyone doubts  it, let them write me."  (Signed) Miss Mary A. Bentley,  93 University Street, Montreal  Sept. 14, 1910.  Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold  by druggists everywhere. No other treatment for, the skin is so economical, agreeable and speedily effective. Send to the  Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., sole props.,  Boston, U. S. A., for the latest Cuticura  book, giving full directions for treating  skin and scalp troubles, from pimples and  dandruff to eczema and ulcers.    *  Shipping Fever  Influenza, pink eye, epizootic, distemper and ail nose and throat diseases oared, and all others, no inuHer bow "exposed," kept from having  any of these diseases with SPOHN'S LIQUID DISTEMPER CURE.  Three to six doses often cure a case. One oO-eent bottle guaranteed to  do so. Best thine* for brood marcs. Acts on the blood. 60c and Jl a  bottle. $G and $11 a dozen bottles. DrupRiKtB and harness shops.  DistrlbtUors-ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.  SI'OHN MEDICAL CO.. Chemists, Goshea, Indiana, V. S. A.  The Gloomy Broker  Mayor Reyburn, of Philadelphia,'  told at a recent Republican banquet  a story about hard times. .  "There was a broker," he said,  "whom our last panic hit veiy hard.  As the broker waited for his train one  evening in the corridor of Broad  Street station, a friend approached  and said:  "Well, did you have a good day  to-day?"  '"The poor broker frowned.  .".'Rotten,' he replied. 'Everything  I sold went up. Everything I bought  went down. Thank goodness,' he  added, 'none of these things can go  sideways.' "  Thousands of mothers can testify to  th? _yirtu������ of Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator," because" "tliey "Know  from experience how useful it is.  anlokly atota concha, ewes colds, heato  &��������� throat and luata. ���������  ���������  ���������. 85 oaata.  Doctor (to his cook,, who is just  leaving)���������"Sarah, I am'sorry, but I  can only give you a very indifferent  character."  Sarah���������"Well, sir, never mind.  Just write it like you do your prescriptions." j  Somehow the average" woman is always harping on the shortcomings of  other women. -. - -   .  For Asthma and Catarrh.���������It is one  >f the chief recommendations vof Dr,  Thomas' Eclectric Oil that it can bo  used internally with as much success  as it can outwardly. Sufferers from  a thma and catarrh will find that the  Oil when used according to directions  will give 'immediate relief. Many suf-  'erers from these ailments have found  rolief in the Oil and havo sent testimonials,:  Women rarely' know what a contempt thoy have for society until they  find themselves cut by it.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  Which bores you moro���������listening to  people's troubles or their jokes?   ���������  A married man's conscience doesn't  worry him much until his wife begins  to sit up and take notice.  "Penury"  Daughter���������"What is penury, mamma?"  Author's wife���������"Penury, my dear, is  what your father doesn't earn by his  pen!"  SMhhbGure  fateUy atopa ooutfka. tmraa eolda, heals  ma' thront sad lnne*. ���������   .   ��������� u aamta.  Husband of Three Months���������"Do you  believe a wife is justified in taking  money from her husband's pockets?"  Husband of experience���������"Certainly, if he is so careless as to leave  money in his pockets."  Many inherit weak lungs, and at  disease usually assails, the weakest  point, those persons are continually  "xposed to attacks of cold and --pulmonary disturbances. The speedy use  of Bickle's - Anti-Gonsumptive Syrup  will be. found a preventive and a protection, strengthening the organs so  that they are not so liable to.derangement from' exposure or abrupt atmospheric changes. Bickle's Syrup is  cheap and good.  "Ma," snid Bobby, "you told me to  count, 100 every time I got angry."  "Yes, Bobby."  "Well, I've got up to 60, an' I'm  getting madder all tho timo."  Client (fliitering tho office of a newly  -Hedge'd ."Yorkshire solicitor)���������"My  next door neighbor has spitefully  built a fence close to my dining-  room window, thus darkening the  room.   What cun I do?"  Lawyer���������"Try lighting the gns."  Minard's  Llnlmont  Cures  Gnrgot  In  i'*".,,      . Cow������,...  "It's awfully late," he remarked to  his'friend, after a long whist bout at  tho club, "What will you say to  your wifo?" "Oh, I shan't say much,  you know," woh tho roply, '"Good-  morning, donr,' or something of that  ���������wt.   She'll sny tho rest,"  It Is n Llvor PI 11,���������Many of tho nil-  innnts that mnn has to conl ond with  hnvfi their origin in a disordered  liver, whloh in a delicate organ, peculiarly BUHCoptlhle to tho disturb,  ���������mens thnt eomo from irregular hnbits  <?r'*lnnk of onrn in outing nnd drink-  'ng. This nocouiHn for tho gront many  livnr regulator now proNKod on tho ni-  tontlon of sufferers. Of tbi-txo thoro Ih  nonn superior to Pnrmoleo'H Vogo-  tnblo PIIIh, Thoir oporntlon though  gentle Ih effective, and tho moRt doll-  onto oan uko thoin.  A swell bnkor who attended tho  church choir prnetico wns aRkod by  thn precentor to sing ovor a htnvx solo,  Getting a littlo oxoltod, ho mado a  f it Iho start, then cnlled out: "I'vo loHt  my doh!" whon nno of his mates  crlod: 'Mnmio, you've loft your dough  in tho bakehouse,"  l was uurt'il of terrible lumbago by  MINARD'S UNlMKNT.  IWiV. WM. BROWN.  I wns cured of n hnd onso of oarncho  by MINARD'S MNIMKNT.  Mltfl. fl. KAUI.BAOK.  I  was ourod of wnnsitivo lungs by  MINARD'S LINIMKNT.  MRS. S. MASTERS.  Somo men can cook up excuses for  thcMMclve* oven for being in politics,  Tho recording nngol hasn't timo to  mako a noto of your good intentions.  W. N, U��������� No. 823.  mum  WHITI,  mm  Tlie Rayo Lamp Is a high spade lamp, sold at a low price.  Thor������ u-d Union th������t ooit lunro, ������ut thor* U no twitUr Umn mafta at any  print, OnintruotBii ot mild brim; nickel pl������Ud������������������Mil? kept oleixn; a*  or lament tn my -room Is any liome. There U nothing known to the ar������  of lwnp-mnVIng Chut pm mid to the r������lue of the BAYO Ump m ������Iluht-  gWlnn ilotloe, K-rftrv lUnler everywhere. If not kt youri, write furde-  ���������orlnllte olroiikr to the ne*vert vow** of  Tbe Imperial Oil Company, Limited,  /_,  W/NCmSTER  FACTORY   LOADED   SMOKELESS  POWDER    SHOTGUN    SHELLS  Good shells in your sun mean a good bag  in the field or a good score at the trap.  Winchester "Leader" and "Repeater"  Smokeless Powder Shells are good shells.  Always sure-fire, always giving an even  spread of shot and good penetration, their  great superiority is testified to by sportsmen who use Winchester Factory Loaded  Shells in  preference to  any other make.  ALL   DEALERS  KEEP THEM  TZ*.  l������'������'P������������ !T ftfiairft tin  11(11.11   II     WlliiU     IV  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  Wt art   everywhere with tht   standard noodi.  Paper and Matche������ art our tpecialtltii.   Ut ut  kntw ytur wantt���������wt'll do tht rttt,  TheE.B.EddyCo.ltd;j^rL  HULL, CANADA fy*W~^������^m  TEE8 It l������E088E, LIMITED, Aatntt, Winnipeg Oitr.ary, Edmanton,  /     Rtglnt, Port William and Port Arthur. ii>  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Wh&t ShaJl We Do  ____mm_. I���������> ^^* ^* ___WaT \.%im      '  with the English Spear ow 1  would get any harvest from them. They  drive away songbirds and build nests  just where It moves them, without regard to housewifely neatness and quiet.  A noisy, quarrelsome race they are!  What evil senlus inspired the idea or  bringing them over the Atlantic 1 do  not know. J do know that, inside or  twenty years, they will be recogniaea  as a public evil." ,.���������������������������  The growl was deeper and the frown  darker when 1 mischievously pointed  outoto him miniature chalets in every  tree,' bearing the name of a Iirm of enterprising hatters. They were pretty  imitations of the Swiss cottage, even tp  the chimneys and mock-tiles on the roor  They were put there by the consent  of the municipal -authorities, with hospitable and advertising Intent; and every  chalet had its tenants. The sparrows  had been then domesticated with us two  years, and the original immigrants nap  presumably so far recovered from their  surprise at the reception accorded them  as to take all .they could get as. their  rights.  (in which respect, I remark en  passant, thev, are not unlike certain  other imported residents of this free  and enlightened land,)  That was the tone of press and people  with regard to our feathered visitors  forty years agone. I take leave to copy  from an editorial of recent date, relative  to the place he holds now- In our estima  tion  Tr  "Sparrow and  "The feathered Ishinaelites."  F  | ORTY-ODD years ago a mighty  plague of caterpillars fell upon ���������  that fairest of American shade  trees,- the pride oftcity parks and  of private domain���������the elm. Holmes puts  Into ii single stanza the national affection for It:  Tho broad Elm. sole mistress ot the plain,.  Whose circling shadow speaks a century's  reign,  Wreathes in the clouds her regal diadem���������*  A forest waving on a single stem.  It was but natural that throughout  the country the depredation of the Ignoble invader should arouse universal  distress. Foresters and gardeners took  counsel together and sent dismayed-dispatches to scientitic congresses, praying  for Information that would save the  glorious "em-press" from impending destruction. ��������� Branches were shorn of  leaves; park promenades and the finest  streets ln the middle and eastern states  were defiled by the droppings from the  humiliated boughs.    Smeke of sulphur   and_ppisonous__spraylfrom_spo_ut!ng_en-_,  glnes did not abate  the  nuisance one  whit.  In the darkest* hour of the visitation  a well-meaning (but it is now evident  an ill-advised) horticulturist laid before  the authorities that.had the matter un-.  der consideration the plan of Importing  what we call' "English sparrows'."*' It  Is too late to change the name now,  ">ut I believe that lie came to us from  "Germany. This was what a learned'nat-  urallat told me one summer morning  as we stood together at the window of  u drawing roo.ii ln an eastern city, overlooking a line park shaded by noble  elms, From the house next to thnt in  which wo were emerged an elderly man,  one of the richest of the city fathers,  with a bag of mixed grain In his hand.  He tiptoed gingerly to the sidewalk, not  to frighten the creatures he would benev  lit,-and began tossing handfuls of grain  to tho sidewalk and Into, the gutters,  where chirped and fluttered perhaps a  dozen sparrows. In a minute fifty were  about his feet, pecking greedily at the  food (and incidentally at each other),  looking like u shower of brown lonvcs  -Afrom tho molaiicholy trees overhend.  "He does that every morning,"  snld  I, smiling. "You see that thoy know and  expect him.  And he Is one of hundreds..'  ��������������������������� Our ixipora call upon all good citizens  to follow his oxamplo. An editorial In  one of the papers last night set forth  the humanity of caring for the 'adopted  deliverers' of the city. 'It Is only shaking the taiblooloth out of the front window aftor each meal,' It,, wont on to  Bay, "and tho protty creatures are fod.' "  My companion growled and frowned.  "The day Is coming when they will  see the folly and the mischiefs of it all!  1 lived in Germany ten years, and I-  know the wretches! They are the ruin  of fields and "the curse of orchards.  Cherry trees and vines bearing small  fruits have to be covered with nets In  Germany  and  England,   If  the  owners  he editorial is headed  Scale."  "There Is a commercial as well as  a sentimental riason for war upon the  English sparrow The pest ls largely  responsible for tho prevalence and  spread of the San Jose scale, which ha;  made fruit culture an industry besev,  with difficulties.  "The scale will disappear as soon as  our native birds are induced to come  back to our orchards. The sparrow,  on account of his grain diet, is worthless as a destroyer of the pest; on account of, his natural pugnacity, he  drives the birds away from the tree3  thev would   otherwise  keep clean.  "This theory is of value if it shall induce farmers to attempt the extermination of the sparrow. He' banishes our  songbirds from their former haunts; he  is destructive to all crops of the smaller  grains, and It Is an established fact that  a  "In a minute fifty were about his feet."  "I pointed out to him mininturo chalets."  lie is never a meat-eater when he can  set anything else to feed upon. A natural lover of the city, the English sparrow has taken to���������and taken!���������the farms,  through a love of adventure and a.spirit  of conquest almost human in its intensity. Troublesome ns he Is at present, his-fecundity .and the ratio of his  increase bring hini, every year, more and  more into standing as a problem. The  sooner steps are taken for his extermination the easier will be a fight that  must come,, and that will be a hard one  whenever it is commenced,  "So far as cities are concerned, they,  too, must soon deal with our Imported  pest, which disturbs their peace and  besmirches their streets and buildings,  as well as capturing their parks."  Every count In the Indictment will be  sustained by those who have made the  subject of our paper a study. Ten years  ago wo were assured by tho then superintendent of th? public parks of which  Chicago Is Justly proud that the sparrows had driven the native songbirds  from the trees arid shrubs set out by the  city, anil ln which the right of the songsters had beon scrupulously guarded until thlB foreign foe took possession. In  Boston the police have had orders to  break up the spurrowfi' nests in tho  spring to prevent the eggs from hatching. Mon, detailed for the purpose.'as  for warfare against iv public enemy, go  through tho famous,Common with long  mat our native warblers detect, by instinct, tlie neighborhood of cats. I have  seen enough In the country homes of  acquaintances arid friends to confirm  this. One devoted lover of the feline  ���������tribe lamented to me, not long ago,  that her grounds,' which used to ba  vocal* with'bird-music, were silent now,  even in June.  In the next breath, but unconscious"  of any possible connection between the  topics, she boasted that she had not  less than fourteen cats about the place,  und was hoping to raise the number to  twenty. , '���������  The instinct of self-preservation is not  needed to convince tho innocent vocalists  that tho imported sparrow is their natural enemy. The intruder ls a fighter  from the shell up. Ho waits for no pretext for a quarrel,. It is enough to know  that another and. better bird is in possession oi the precincts he means to own.  He dragis baby robins, thrushes, song-  sparrows ami mocking birds from tho  nests and slays them in the sight of the  agonized parents, lie is a born lighter,  and his bonk and claws are against birds  of every other species than his own.  He keeps himself ln practice by family  squabbles, to tho infinite annoyance of  those who dwell within heuring of the  ��������� endless frays.  Our southern editor speaks of his love  of conquest  as  "almost   human  ln  its  intensity,"    It  has a smack ot cruelty  that is barbarous.   He is the feathered  lshmaellte of wood and farm and township.   In the city, as we have seen, formal   edicts   have  been   passed   against  him.    ln one southern capital a  measure for poisoning the sparrows at wholesale was laid before the common council at a winter meeting.   For, be it remembered, our lshmaellte has all seasons for his  own.    He disdains to migrate  when tho rest of the birds wing  their way to milder climes.   He merely  doubles the  thickness of  his undergarments  and   defitis  the   frost  and snow.  The   proposed   measure   looking   to  the  thinning ot\the barbaric  horde was tu  strew poisoned grain upon roofs and in  yards.   Do.nestic quadrupeds would not  eat iu It  was argued, and other birds  had gone'eouthward for the season. The  motion was lost by tbe votes of u few  tender-hearted freeholders, who thought  the scheme a Violation of the laws forbidding cruelty to animals, .and becauso  others represented that pigeons���������likewise  flll-the-year-round residents���������would suffer with the guilty.  It was reserved for the same city to  discover and proclaim the fact that the  lshmaellte is edible. Furthermore, .that  he is no mean article ct diet. I am personally indebted for tie information to  a fine old southern gentle iian, who haa  a local reputation as "a bit of an epicure," and,.whose hospitality Is proverbial. When I exclaimed at the bare  suggestion, he smiled indulgently:  "The idea was not, at first, pleasant  to me. Yet why not? He is not a  grub-devourer like the robin; nor does  lie eat his weight in beetles twice a day  as the catbird and mocking bird will do.  I had a tame mocking bird once, and I  paid the little negroes to catch june-  bugs for him. He averaged ninety a  day. The sparrow would die before he  would touch, carrion. He Is graminivorous, and, moreover, a cleanly 'beastic,  taking a *bath ".whenever he can find  water. He is/always fat, and I assure  vou, upon the word of one who has  ��������� eaten and .enjoyed him,, a toothsome  morsel. It;.came to my ears from 'u  source I could not doubt that at certain  popular restaurants sparrows are served  up under the name of 'reedbirds,' and ln  tlie season  for our famous  'sora,' that  IMPORTANT NOTICE  nmOAVSE of the enormous  J< nitnilmr of letter* tent to  *-* the Hxchanpe, I must ask  oontrlbutors to limit'their communication* to 100 words, vxnept  in cases of formula* or reoipe*  which require ortftter luace. I  want nil my correspondents to  have a showing in the Oorner,  and if my request tn this reaped  is complied with it will be possible to print many more letter*, ���������  Pulling Up Plums  Wtlth ymi kindly let mo hnvo roolnns  ^.r.'ii.iJ.llnK.mi Jilnniii In.Hoino Qtln  vmnl.   .  Iljnjn  In   lil'M  Imt Kir nml .nliiin   prowirvn.   hut  Uo  for milling im iilnniM hi nomo other   wuy,1 liltnJelly rig, tiimti?, Wo lmvo  tuiinlllloii of iliiifn nml should lilm to mm  Iljnjii  In   vadium wnys,   I   lmvo  himrd  of  not know nxaiilly how to moimyo tlinmi.  Mm. UV. H. (ZiuiimvllW. Ky,).  Horo aro my roolpea for putting up  both tho conserves you nnmo, 1 four  thoy mnv hit ton Into fnr uho UiIh son-  hou. ultlmugli l mipply them ut tny  vnrllimi opportunity. You may huvo  llipin for noxt yoarj  rium Butter  Wash tho fruit and put it frto tlio kottlo without wiping  off  tlio  molaturo,  which will tirovont thorn from burning  boforo tho oltlus break, Co vor nnd cooic  wentlv until tlm plums uro soft anil  broken. Huh through tho ooliinilor lo  tree the pulp frnm skins and stones and  return tlm pulp and Julco to the llro.  Have rondv tliroe-inmrtors of a pound  of augur for vvt-ry puuuu oi raw uiuuiu.  nriil lo the cnntnntn of thn kettm unit  lioli down to n .smooth piutii,  Put up boiling hot In pa tout fruit Jars,  wai ami ki!0|i In a cool, dark placo.  Preserved Plums  Wash and wipe tho plums and prlok  each throo tlmos with a fork to lecop It  f,.,,<n   l.n.'iVlnif   nri>mi'ihi������.p1y,      .M1r.|i.   in  every pound ut fruit a pound of tiumr  ami a cupful of oold wulor Cook sugar  unit wator in n clour syrup; lot It got ft  littlo mow limn blond warm and put In  tho plums, If tlio syrup ho too hut tlio  skins will burst. Jltlng to a guntln boll  ���������ml koop tills up for twonty ntlnutinj  tfter It bogliiii, With a perforated skim-  ���������nor dip out thn fruit carefully and*  uirciut mum broad platters to cool,  ���������Jleanwhllo l>o)l  tho syrup  until qulto  thick, sklmmlriK off tho rising scum; put  In tho plums and lot thoin get vory hot.  Hnvo fruit Jars, tops and covers ready,  1111 with th* fruit nnd cover to tho brim  with tho boiling syrup. Soul nnd wrap  ln thick pallors to preserve the color.  Thoy muko a pretty and palatable pro-  norvo.        '  Canned Rhubarb  Kindly toll n,ti If there is imy ,wn.v of  putting up ihtibnrb for tho winter without  sugar? I., A, (MlnniMipolls, Minn,).  I know several housemothers who can  rhubarb by tho cold-wiitcr process, Having onion It six months after It wns  imnnml tluiH, nnd found it wood, I durn  offer tho roelpoi  Canned Rhubarb Without Sugar  and Without Hoat  Bornpo tlio stalks carefully and rut  Into inch luimtlis, Braid tlm cans nnd  tops, with llio rubbers, and put thoin  Into a iloop holli'i' of cold wntor. Fill tho  ".iin with tlm fruit (still undor wntor);  mako suro each Is brimming full nr  wutor ami chip on llio rubbers and tons  without, llfllng tho Jars Into tho ttlr.  It Is host In do nil thin undor a faucet  Tunning wllh cold fresh wat*r, Wipe  tho Jars; wrap each In thick pit por ami  sat in it cool cftlliir or cloitot,  Tho philosophy of the -operation In  that tho ulr Is excluded ami no germs  nro (ixtmltlod from tho outer at maw-  phoro. Wntor bnotorla would soom to  bo coiiipai'itllviily Iuhocuoum to tho fruit.  ' Smtis  From a \tiw and highly Intorostlnpr  letter, .rtclui1.r.!' with r. ',-,'A*t * fi-ewi the  Mxohango for no fault  nxoopt Iho uo-  fUlvill ul hiwtii, 1 t.viivicl U .-iVOU-llMl  , Will yuu lihully puhllHli rcoliwii fur (ei'il-  Ins, preimrliiff and t'nnklnir innllsi uls<������ ffr*  wa-urelilnn, preferably from Kn>ncli. croolo  or Italian imm.im,  I ylold lo tlio temptation nf trnn-  seiiblnir n  tiny  bit  of  lU'-'orlptloir nf  fllmnto   mul   ������1rv   In   hor   liotni'   on   thi>  J'ficiflo const j  ���������Tlio foul arc imimlly IiIrJi, titniiierltiK tlm  limit.   j������t  t'suslnu   littU   iliunimrm,    Th������  old ''goimrnl liiiiiiiillty" In unknown luno.  Tlm ���������lji||i������������iir������Min" nml thn "lniy-liltm,"  wllh tho (lolnr-fliicks nt iiinnr>t, nro imynml  iloncrlptlAh or roproiludlon nf imn or hniBli.  anil nro llm mlmlnttlmi nml tlm ilniipiilr ot  pont ami ]inlnt<ir,  (3HACI3 I),  (1'nolflo (lrovf, Oil,),  A  Premiliwontun  with   whom   I   unci:  boardod  stawcil   snails  ns  onn  would  make on oyster stow. First thoy wero  brought to a boll nnd this wuh kept  up livo minutes; then hot milk wus  added, with a roux of llour nnd button,  popper and salt to taste, anil aftor a  mlniito'sboll tho stew was sorvod hot.  A.lumrdoil lUisHlnn nobleman who was  In tho south of ���������France for his health  iicvcnireil bowlfuls dally of tho "co-  qullles," by the advice of a specialist  In tiiboraiiliir affections, I tried dlll-  gi'iiily nut to look ut hint whhe ho wu.i  Hum employed,  This li absolutely tho cxtont of my  kn'bwlodsu of tlio brunch of culinary  Hi'lt'tifo of which you would know more.  Hut Hlimo "Iob coqtillles" nro a favorite  artlolo of diet with thousands of opl-  euros, nml wo have noeompllMhod oroolo  cooks among our rodders, mny wo not  hope for the coveted ronlposV Ami do  not forgot tho sea urchins. Nor that wo  arc cntochlziul as to the foedlnir of tlio  siuiIIh, ,  To KillFlies  t mu n.ilil Hint you huve iturlmr tlm  hiunuu-r ihiIiIIkIii'iI a formula for a mmum  tu In* put Into tho einelih nt woodwork anil  Hours thnt will ilemroy llli������ nml vvrmln.  Dim nr thn tnirroillonl* wn* a quart of  Hi'i-iiHono, If yiiu ooulij lot ine hnvo It I  Hliniih) Im vory sriili'fiil, I wluli to K������t  rlil ut h,imi lluiu,  flBDHfllO I., (Piittorson, Oldn,),  Your informant was mistaken, I lmve  never licit rd of the mlxturo you spook  of, Tlm Inventor should reap n fortune  from tlio sales thereof and would bo  rich lu llm Ki'iitlUiile of housewives far  and near,  If rentiers know of the priceless preparation, llioy will obllKO tlm Kxchunijo  ���������in n ������'hnlc bv c i-i him mi 11'ot I in- d\������ ..o^t-M  10 US. ' ,;  Swi'lbreiiil Ciillcls  Kindly puIiIInIi a rcclpo for nwi'i'lbrenil  eiitkiH, nml till how ninny cutlittH mio  pnlr of (weetdreniu will mnke.  11,  11,   (Owynodil, VaX  Uliiiicli a, pair of Hweethreails by lay-  i���������h m ,,-.\,i,,,,*, >,,*.,i, ,u,.i ihiuk.uk; ii' ���������*  boll. Throw tliern then Into leo-eold water and leave until thoy nro cold and  Miff, Mlnco very line, Make n roux of  a tablespoonful of butter and a scant  Hpoonful of Hour nnd stir this Into a  half-eupfiil of whlto soup otook made  from von! or ohlekon. Now stir In thn  minced sweetbreads nnd conk for ono  minute, Add tho heiiton yolks nf two  etr������n; Hike Instantly from the lire nml  turn upon a platter to cool,   When cold  and stiff, form Into cutlets with tho  hands, patting Into shape; roll In beaten  egg, then In .cracker crumbs, and BOt  upon tho Ice for nn hour or moro beforo frying In hot fat. Drain In a  eolandor and servo at once,  UnlosB unusually largo, ftvts or six  cutlets may bo made from a pair of  Bwootbroads. At tho present market  prices they uro an .expensive luxury.  Hard Sctip  l Incloiu my teulpe for mnklim hard  soup, whloh 1 liavi* iiiiuio inr I'ony year*, ll  novor fulls;  . ono bui-luit of wnter, & pounds of fnt, 1  box of eonoemniti'd lyo, lloll nil uiKotlior  until It In tlilek ami ropy llko iiioIiihnus  i-niHly, Thin lulu's iilmut two hoiirs, It must  hu liolloit In nn Inm kuiilv, Tho lyo will  ent tliruimh imy oihoi* nieinl. 1 iliiinpin u  Wooilou tub, ronr Into it the sniili, i'iivoi' ll  nml lot It sliimj milII next ilny, Then I out  It into Ini'se cnkeM ami siiii'iul It out to dry.  It will not Im "riiie" iimler ilirco mnntlts,  Honp mnilo hy tiilM rei'lpn will limit nml Is  tho vnry best I ever unci for thn luumlry,  i.'nrn must ho lulu ii not tu full Into the put  Whllo the sollli Is In imildns. It would In'  mire ilonth, Watch It closely whi'ii It linslns  to holl,  ' t m*iii\ this In with best wlnlif'H for you  uml tlm ICxohmiKi'.  #Mrs. V. (UuilsvUlo, Ky.),  Wo lmvo been told by othor housemothers that soup must bo beaten up ns  ���������ilie whips P8gn, in order to make It  (loat. A veteran housekeeper, who has  had forty yours' experience In soap-  maklng, hero tolls a different story,  lior rcclpo Is simple and well put togothor. I huvo a memory ot seeing soup  made hnlf a cont ury ago without otlmr  Ingredients than thoso she enumerates,  Hut our lyo wuu homemiule, the drip-  j.!;.*,;, fi*..ii. tl... "..,!,'.<���������;,<!" m! ���������,.-i. .;  rudo framo of sticks outside tlm buck  IJiilkll    .Juwl,     til,-    plinllHt   Ul    till!   .bf  ,mentlo Industry was often white ami  mado a dellclotiHly smooth lather, but  It did not float!  Mint and Tomato IV'tne  1. T lihnnld llVi> tn ������ft n reeti,n fur i-x-  liiioilriu: Hi" tliivnr Irom until,  :'. And ouo for mnUliiK tumnto wlm>,  Mrs, J. 1������, (Jntni'Stown. 0,).  1, Mlnco llm mint very llit������ nnd put  through your vegetable press. Then tio  up In a oheesoelotli bag and ������abject to a  vory heavy pressure,  Ir you wish to use It as a medicine,  chop tbo mint nnd steep In while whl*ky  or In good brand v.  '4, Itororred. tho beveruii'i fn not  kuown to mc.  "Alcu ko tliroiiuli tlm Coininoii with Ioiik jioltm."  poles lo tear down the tmstH wboruver  they are espied, In a New Jersey luwn  It was found necessary to tour down llm  bountiful innntlo nf Ivy from " church  beciiiiHO the chirping und slirleltlug (if  the mulilltido ot sparrows which luul  built In llm leafy covert were a sorbins  dlsturbiiiicti to the worshlpem I'uiiiig  service.  Tl...   ,>.i,. f',.'   tii,:.:   A...    .dlt.r-i!   ������������������.;   !.  Virginia paper testify to tlm ilisosiuein  ill \l hti.il in- I.-. Il.-l.i_ Ii,t ll" i liii.ilh.  ���������This same eilltnrlal usHertu plainly that  Im Is useluss uh an lusui'l ilexliiiyi'i*.  Wo who reeolleet why he was brought  to our shores know Unit lie iiiuile mo  Iltllo Imadwiiy In llm iloHtriiitluii of tlm  ciitorplllars tlmt we!ihad to rely upnii  the natural wtunlv eiiiistlliitlnii nf nur  ���������'einiuutiM'' tu rise ,iimvn uu- nijiiin-*  tntllctcn by thn tlnv destroyers. Tlie  plague was gradually abated without  the aid of the sparrows, who notoriously  noglot'tod the duty which wns their only  excuse for being un thin Hide nf tbe  wnter, t suppose the worms removed  to some olher region and changed llmlr  diet. Certain It Is that we lmvo not to  thank our grain-lover tor getting rid nf  them.  J nm credibly Informed by iiaturalfnta  tbey often appear under that guise,  Those wbo have been Imposed upon by  these nllti'in Hint they did not suspect  (lie client when eating tliern. They aio  every uhlt us savni'.v, uud uh plump and  tender, um niok wim not s,ii'|ii'lseil  when my wlf-e lironclieil the subject of  a Hlianovv pie. It triumphed that Chios  luul oi'teii ciitim tlm bird, and, us sho  ..'������'���������  ��������� .',,.' ������������������ ���������'������������������>.>��������� ;'..j ���������������������������' .������"''.  .���������,  Hpecliible   uh   the   snowbirds  our   boys  ll.ip  li,   In   molr  III  v, 1'iit',.    tin   wi:  hud  tlii- pie! I have eaten lnrk ).|i>h In  l^ngliiiul nml robin jiles In Ainei'len, nnd  we <1 clde.t th.. nparrow pasty to be ns  good In every way, The birds were ni  fnt ns butter, tmuler, and lu ilnvur   us  dellcnii.  uh  any  broiling clil.-kcii.  ,,������*i   ,,     . .. ,   ...   ... ,  Hint they liiinu nhiiiif stables ami inn-  nine imupsl lliu wnnt of your barn������  ynrd fowl, who Is encoiirugeil to Ire-  utmnt llm vicinity that be may pick  out the M'cds from the unfra grant,  beaiiw? Iti' Is the farmer's friend. Tho  sparrow might tie the same, If Im would  eonllim hliiiNiilf to legltlmnte bimbmss.  As It Is, bu Ih ii plintli-iil nrob. and must  go!''  ;t1 |5?���������?**n^^5w5!  .>'iTWf^**^*w,-*^.*>o *-\mJi  &������i  |5  THE NEWS, CUMBE11LAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA*.  ^QO)MWJU(ra  4  1*1  THE FURNITURE STORE  m-^--**.,*m **s*������*(������������#w   At+*-\\     H-mawarw*tf\_mA.t *���������.-���������      . * - -turn (.'.Vl       ������������������WMI1||I II        > Hi   MHI 'IWHIWj^JMH tUUi^J... i���������U  *-������->������������������***<���������.'tTv-tj-*s������*������ (w. if<BT*^^**'W'vijH'������w-p*Mwi������w^^<*"w^������*w-*Jw������������������fc������K������tiwii immiinwaww*m%*amamam*Ma**amm*wmj  To ali our Friends and Customers GREETING    .  VYishing you all  //  miwi-jii wumwh ffnawiiwiriMnaha  Mel  lice Jilock, Cumberland, R. C.  B* Cloutier*  I  Genera! Blacksmith  Horeoehocins a Specialty,  Third Av������., CvNtb������rtand  WATBR NOTICK.  Cumberland City Council  Statement for the Year 1910,  KBCKU'TS.  Cash balance   brought forward  forward from 1909 $������������������  333 90  Dog tax ...... .... i. 7700  Drain account....... 15 00  Hall account........ 298 50  Police court.......-... 533 00  Real estate tax..".... 3099 75  Road tax  C62 00  Scales....  18 50  Scavenger  1345 30  Trade licenses  3097 50  Watchman  881 50  Sundries band hall rent 6. 00  LIABILITIES,  Sewer loan-unpaid,...$1000 00  Overdraft    on    Royal  Bank ....   ........ 2000 00  ���������3  ���������v  Total $10357 95  Bxi'ENDlTIlKK  Advertising accoiui'  Fuel ....   Drain account���������(Sewer by law $80.50) ..  Tool account   Dog tags   Salaries:-���������  W, McLennan....  J R Gray      960 00  W Urown       720 00  ���������C Krattsej       267 00  J Abrams       300 00  A, McKinn-Ju  $360.00  Extra grant 1909 25.00��������� 385 00  Election account:���������  "Two^lectionsT."  52 05  M.50  234 20  19 72  ' 3 35  1020 00  Total...   .... ...... $3000 00  Certified as correct.  J. T. E.Pai.mek,  City Auditor for 1910,  FINANCIAL STATEMENT  Following if? the statement of  expenditure for Public aud High  Schools for year ending Dec. 3rd  1910:���������  Teachers Salaries .... $6500 00  Janitor....     480 00  Scavenger       60 00  Heading Furnace    1600 00  New Desks     171 00  Repairs   Printing   and  Sundries    460 00  Total Expenditure $927j 50  Respecfttlly submitted  T. H. Cauky, Secretary.  Certified correct Jan. 9th, ri.  J. T. E. Palmku,  City Auditor.  Locals.  79-40  3315  34 00  9 00  13 3������  Fire, protection account  Road tax���������refund   Ileal estate��������� refund..  Hall account   Health account:��������� Dr.  McNaughton 125.00  AH Peacey . .40.90��������� 165 90  Scavenger account.--���������  Cumberland News  *   *   t   t    t   a   e   a    t   t   *     fy      *'| i,J\J i  K Abe.....    1600  C H Tarbell   31,70���������   52 70 ,  Isolation   hospital���������A  E McQuarrie......     163V40  Incorporation account  P P Harrison.....,       66 00  Oilice account        79 65  Police court nccount:-  Witnesses'  expense  ���������    ........... $15 00  W Me Lett nan 30 30  rPllarmsou 4.7 50���������   92 80  D r r,KWf"(l en ti '.ty w i 11 --a t C 0 ti r r  tenay from Feby. lut, until Feb.  10th ami after ihat date ut Cumberland.  LOST���������A piMivl brooch, on Sin  day morning' last. Finder pleum  return to Miss Lucas, at the  Stow  3ig  Mr. and Mrs. L,  Momioe ."loft  ny Soturday's boat for Victoria.  ������������������-���������"���������"���������'��������� *  11, Grant sr.,  0. 'Grant,   A.  Grant and R, Grant ;jr. Mt for  Victoria last week, summoned  thora through tho serious illness  young Ray Grant.  L-iau account.   Sehooljaccount   Trades license account  refund.... .���������        25 00  Light and te pairs,,....    466 90 "v  Scale inspector   Sidewalk account....  Interest account   Stable ac'.'ouul:--  11 Crnwi'orcUnS 46  ���������H IJ Ward..   61 95  Campbell lir't* 19 70  fcundries ..    71  14-  Tho Indies of the W. (5,  T. U���������  1000 00 held 11 public mooting in the  City  2696 20 Tf)V|| i(ii������t Tnoiiday evening,  when  M'H. Livingsloiie, of Toronto, delivered tut    interesting   address,  Tho next day a meeting "for ladies  only" was hold  iu  tho Prosbyte  riiui church, undor tho samo tins  Ipicoe,    During hor visit Mrs, Mv.  ingrttonu made a very favorable im-  predion on nil who met her.  4 00  68 60  279 45  COMMUNICATIONS.  ��������� !<������������������ ��������� ���������   a ,nQmn*.,im_t^mmmmm,aiw  Editor Nuws:~W>11 you  kindly allow ine through the medium of your paper to endeavor  to place before the citizens what  appears to ine to be the salient  points of our late contest.for the  mayor's chair, without any refer  ence to parties or party leeling.  It goes without doubt that no  honorable man will wish for a  moment is take the position of  mayor directly he finds that he  is not legally qualified. Whatever his private aspirations might  be he would view the matter Irom  tue city's point of view entirely,  asking himself what * position  would his action place the ciiy  in legally, and what responsibilities would it incur if he were  found disqualified by law.  As I understand it every vote  he gave, every cheque or contract  he signed would be illegal and  might bring on the city grave  consequences and monetary loss  This was illustrated not so long  siuce in Vicroria wheu the action  of its mayors had to be legalised  by the government to save the  city from some considerable loss  aud inconvenience. Besides the  siatute provides tliat anyone sit-  -ti.ng,or_.aciing unless ���������pxQperltv  qualified is suojeet to a heavy fine  every time he sits or acts.  That being so it appears that if  disqualification is proved the ouly  course open is to hold auo'her  election, ascertaining clearly that  tlie person or persons nominated  are legally eligible without doubt  because to be the means of bring  iug on another election entails  unnecessary extra expense upou  the city's funds, iu addition to  loss ot time and annoyance to the  electors.  If in the present case the qualification is found to be illegal It  is undoubtedly a most unfortunate aud regrettable' position all  round and one that should have  beer, guarded against. Still at  whatever cost steps must be taken  to prove that whoever is elected  shall be legally qualified to sit  and act as mayor.  'Joski'h Shaw.  381 25  Sundi tea v���������k 'Max well  clearing    Dimsiunir  Ave fcijo 00  P P llnimon   50 00  IiiBumuu- pie-  niiuiu j6 50  J)iH'.a*i<.ii a.)L'.i  ,  Mcy luiid.,.    i", 00  0  'U 'l,ubell    ri <S'S  T E Uaur ..    10 ������1  X> Wan of ii.<\  siii'.nliipa'i'.'n    10 00  IiaL.i'.v ;; h.iiul.   ..  390  13  381 41  t iAu\...   . ,,,.  , ,$;  J357 95  :\.--a >'. 1 .1.  KSTiMAfliM   VAI.UKS,  Citv bniUlinu!������ut������d lu'.ivtf ^000 00  Ontral school  Wit.  .it. 1.  1   11 (.  nun   v.  I')  ��������� . #������ ������*.������     ti .  i������w''.p<������l   W/.-,;uil .*.   ullt  I^'.i.inon iiOf>|.it������l. *. ���������  T(Mlll      . ... ���������  JU'ul cMOK' airi..i'H,,,  ������k'nv<*".*.v ,'t   ���������' i.������  iul> i'tli.l'-U "Cft'.i]) V;,  Eiwcr ; 'j.eitn hnid..  10000 00  11-00 "'.I  250 00  2,-",'.) 00  5<<o <jxi  SAYWARD UNI) DISTRIOT.  DiHtriot of Count  "TAKB NOTIOK tlmi Diividwori-  Wind I'u., Lid,, of Viiiii'uiiv^r, JKJ,  lumbnnn������n, )ni<;tid lo ixy\Av lor nur  mi'-iiuii lo punihiiHu thu I'nDowing  de������(nil)fd luiid������f:���������OuinnvMicin-y; ut a  post 1 '.Muted iiboct 10 cluiiiift ncrth  uf a ���������.ir(,iiin on Ihi' .������< nidi* of Cup*  \it't Hono'j, 1,0'ubborntjtfh Inlet,  hI'OUI '6 mlhin from Totvoy Ib-nd,  'lionctieftijt"vJ0cbvliti'������ 1 hei co -uuih  2tJciiAlnN, thmH'*v went '*0 ulinini-,  ������.'������ Louj(lihoroupli Inlet, tlipocp  uurih rtlot'ni tliwHhor.- of Lounltbor'  oti-jjli Inlet ttlKuH 'iOi-l'iiinj to |iuim  nf omiinienwnient nr.d contuinStig  40 iifln*i������, morfl or b'������n  J)AVJIW>N  .S'lxUf) COiVll'ANV, i,W  Fredorio L Wurd, A|jum,  Omul ficpicnibui 2-lth, 1010.  HOUSE FOR SALK-A seven  roomed house, with a large hwu1-  meiit, plastered, good stable ami  outbuildings, largo conservatory,  hot water coiuiectioiiH, A good  buy for 1)11200.    Apply this office.  Notjck is iierc'))' ���������Mven tliat ar, appli-  cition wijl be irade muter l'i������fl V. of (lie  Wnter At i, 1909, to obtain ,x license in  di" Coniox or Nooika Division of Victoria Water Disiric1-.  ""(a) Tlift name of die company in full:  Tiie Campbell Kivor Power Company,  Limited-  'Die bead office Offices of Ilarnaril &  Robcrison, 5I4 I'ort St, Victoria, I) C  Tli? capital, bow divided, showing,  amount piid up; $50,000 c'ivuled into 500  shares of $100 each; amount paid up:���������  $40,000.  [}.) The n������me of the lake, stream or  soiree [if unname*!, the description is]���������  Uuitlos Lake, Vancouver Island.  (cl The point of diversion I'-oot of Hut  leu Lake.  (d) The"quantity of water applied for  in cubic feet per second 1 ^5 cubic feel.  "'"���������(c) The character ol the pioposed works  dam and sluice gutes,  (f.) The premises on which the water  is to be used describe same: At some  point along the bank of ihe Campbell  River about one half mile below Campbell river Falls.  ; (g) The purposes for which the water  is to be used; Power purposes,  (hi If for irrigation describe the land  intended to be irrigated; giving acreage:  Not tobe*u$ed>'foi: irrigation,  (i) If the water is tc be used for power  oi' mining ^purposes describe the place  where the water is to be returned to some  n-tural channel, and ihe. difference in altitude between point of diversion and  pomi ot return: The waier is to be ic-  turned to the Campbell rivur at a point  about one mile below the Campbell river  Falls and the difference in altitude will  be about 300 feet.  (j) Area of Crown lands intended to be  occupied by the proposed works: About  321) acres.  (k) This not;ce was posted on the seventh day of January, 1911, and apylica-  non will be made on the tweniy-lourth  day of February, 1911,  (I) Give the names and addresses of  any riparian proprietors or licensees who  or whose lands a:c likely, to be affected  by the proposed works either above or  below ihe outlet: Tlie Crown, Ksquiin.tlt  & Nanaimo Railway Co, The British  American Timber Co., Ltd., of Viciona,  U.C, lJ Cud*hy, of Chicago, Illinois, In-  ���������ernational Timber Co,, of Vaoccuver,  UC, Nortli Hacific Lumber Co; Ltd, o-  Vancouver, UC.  ���������AtUch,������op^^  pauy's memorandum of association as  authorize tbe proposed application and  work*.  (a)'Ihe construction or operation 01  works or the supply or utilization ol  waier under the '.'Water Act, 1909,"  (b) To apply for and obtain under ihe  provisions of lhe."Water Act 1909," or to  purchase or otherwise acquire water records or water licenses.  Th'k Camimiiim. Rtvjjit J'owkii Com-  panv, Limitkd.  Gil  Burns- W Wai.mceC.kimi-:  *_.-������������������' Directors.  'iV 0 Address)    Box 724, Victoria, 1) C  APPLICATION " FOR      SIORINC,  WATEK.  * i ..Tha place of the   proposed reservoir  for storing Umtles Luke, Vancouver Island,  t The mcaus oy which it i* oroposfd  to store ihe water; Dam and smicc gales  v How it is proposed 10 acquire lhe  land neccsnary for the purpose;1 IW purchase and expropriation.  w Approximately tVie number of acre  feet to be impounded: 84,000 aci* ftci.  THKCAMIIKU. lilVKK I'OWKR COMPANY  LlMITKl),  0 H. Burns       W Wm'mcv, Ckimk  Directors.  [P O Addressl    Bos 724, Victoria. B C  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE at  LacW and Gentlemen's Suits Made v.o Order  from S20 to ������35   t All/Work First Class  I       Perfect Pit Guaranteed.        |  Merchant  K, AID A  LADIES' TitfUUt-MADECOSTUMKS A SPEC1ALTV  SUITS CDROE TO   ORDEH A^D  lfi RNY STYL*E VOU OI1SH.  PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED.,  Prices Prom $20 tc* $40.  TKIIff"*"'"* ���������*aTa*m_______a_____*____B  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  ^S������!ll!!l������  I Capital $5,000,000,  Eeserve $5,700,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER THE WORLD,  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  |   iit highest Current Kates allowed on DqiOBits of $1 and upwards.  | CXTMBERLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily.  | CGTJRTENAy,   ������,C, jBub-Branch,   Open Tuesdoys and  | FRIDAYS.  1 UNION WHARF, B. C.',   Snb-Brach, OpenTburedaye.  a  g H. F. MONTGOMERY, Manaffer.  %mmfxm*,ammmaimmf.^^  WINTJSR SCimUULK,  Efttjctlve on ami from tlm dial,  pn.Niino, tlm following will lie tho  lull ffilii'diilc ol' our local limil  sfi'niiiorH;���������City of Nauaiino Iouvck  Nan imo at 7 n, in., on WhiIiicb.  (iayn und Friday'������ and tlio (}\um\  Ciiy It'iivcH Naiiniiiio it) p. in., on  MoVdiiya, Ci'y of Nitiiaiii'.o Iwiv-  uh C"iuox at 7 ii. ni,, on Tliinv-  iIhv*^ mid SittiirdiivH,   Quoon Citv  wauMiw*!*^  SPATES  The TAILOR.  ���������IMW������nt"*������M������HHI  CLEANING, I'RHSSING  and KlCl'AIRIXC  WMW������l������*������������bM������*i������MI  L*adie������������Work  a Specialty.  P. Philupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTA  Y   PUBLIC  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CONVEYANCING  CUMBERLAND,  M. BOHORfc  iwamrwanut t v*%nt  *vUmmmta*amu_va\a4 aaatnn-MM  aiholesole Dealci* in WlfiES, LtlQUOR & BEEft  m-~Mi*m*a\.*m.mA*rtm*+.   ,m*  v. o, ro?: 140  PHoara 20..,.  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