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 As  S  ���������P a"  V  . <-������"--o-  .-*!.  wf'H  ?  'o  cc-    \   co  A* Jou^nduTj^ov^ed ^rtpeoloUy, to tho Jnt������p������j*t* of Comox District*  The News, Eighteenth Ykar,  ^     CU^IUAND B. CM   TUESDAY, JAN. 17,   iqii  Subscription $i.Lo a Ykar  THE BIG STORE  We %>ant to make 1911 the  best year iri the history  of this Store.  We realise that your interests are ours/  Nothing pleases us more than a satisfied  purcnaser. In order to give satisfaction  we.will endeavor to give you goods of  quality at the cheapest possible prices.  Watson's underwear for women and  Children.    None better.    Few as good.  We have a full range as almoft every pi ice, uon-  shrmkable, and besl finish.    Trices ranging li������m  35c. to ������1.75.  I^ADjItetosfery.^xi.^.^  size, 35c, 56c, aud 6oc per pair  Men's Cashmere Sox. lz������������f������&  heei and toe, 50c. a pair.    (Unequalled for value  aud wear.)  en's underwear. Wc !ruothi"g but  Winning numbers in the  Drawing on Saturday  night are as follows*.  1st prize  2nd  a.  573  850  I THE CORNER STORE !  tobkr Boots and Rubbers;  advance and can save you money.  -We-bought���������  belore the  WE WANT YOUR GROCERY ORDER  Simon Leiser & Co., LtcL  AT    THE  ���������Thc-Magnct-Gash-Storey  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  To all our Friends and  ''t  Patrons we wish  IA Happy New Year.  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir jive.  JWm:. ������ m.r������ ' 1 -1    1 m  Cumberland  #*^*^**vy^*##*^*v#***^^^V*v*^^**^*?*-ir**  It  ���������  to  to  to  ���������  O  to  to  %  to-  to  to  to  ������  I  to  to  Dunsmuir Ave.,  * Cuir������l3e������'lancl������  <*Mi*iB*tt****a^*^^  AROCCHI BROS  1  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener brewing Company's DEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines aud Liquors.  Plocs your Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake   and  Fruit Loaf NOW.  SECOND    STREET  ywj^ii**}***-^^  Oity Council  All the aldermen elect were pre  sent in tlie council chambers and  tuolf tho oath ofoflicoiidininlntored  hy Magistrate AbrnntK on Monday  (vailing, after which a short set"  pjoij was hold. Alderman McLeod in tlio absence of Mayor Hate  was voted to tho chair.  City Clerk McKinnon tendered  hi* resignation, tho bimuo. to tako  effect oii <*>r boforo March Int.  Action on tho resignation wos di-  furrod until noxt mooting.  After tho ���������election and other m-  coutits woro presented and laid on  tb'it tf-d-ilc tn Iim wtntddered -at next  ���������tiivvlhi^, \\)un thi1 su'vrrnl commit  tees will he formed, tho council  adjourned, to meet again at the  call of thu mayor.  "Lyceum Player*" at the Cumberland Hull on Monday and Tii-uh  duy, January 2!lrd and 2 Ith, uu-  per \U\ um*picoii of rho LndioH of  tho Miu'iihecB,  _.,������������������.������-  We arc sure that our now city  council will imiko n record thin  year, both ������������ to attendance and  lin*ine*s.  There are ono thousand v������������j;r. in  Vancouver���������So *ay������ the province.  One of our giddy youngsters ol  the male persuasion recently decided to make a formal offer of  his heart and hand to one of our  representative ladies lo whom he  had been paying attention for a  time He cautiously prefaced  his declaration with a few questions: "Did she love him well  c lottnh to live iu a cottage with  him? Was she a good cook? Did  she think it a wife's dulyto make  home happy? Would she consult his tastes and wishes concerning her associates and pursuit of life? Could, she make  lier own clothes?" The young  lady said that before she answered hi" ^m-.iliuji.-i ,-)lit viuiiul im  ot'sontc negative virtues hlie jioa-  scsse:l. She never drank smoked  or chewed; never stayed out all  nit������ht '"plaviue: billiards; never  lounged on street corners aud  ogled giddy girls; never " stood  in'' with the boys for cigars and  wine Huppers. "Now, she said,  rising indignantly, "I am assured  you do all these things, and yet  you expect all the virtues iu uie,  while you do not possess any  yourself. 1 cau never be your  wife,'' and hlie bowed him out  and left him on the door steps to  silently meditate over his venture  a wiser mam  Y. M. U. 0.  BANQUET  The Youn g Men's Recreation  Club of the Methodist Church  gave a banquet last Friday eve  ning to the members of tne Pleasant Word Circle. Something  over sixty guests were seated at  tables sumptuously spread with  turkey, ham, and potted meat?,  and a full accompaniment of salads, jellies, piesjjeakes, fruit, etc.  The committee who had Ihe responsibility of preparing the  tables did themselves much credit both iti the elaborate preparation aud iu the excellent manner  in which the guests were nerved.  After partaking heartily of tli^  spread, the company was entertained with a programme of  songs, speeches, readings, etc.,  interspersed between the speeches of a debate 011 the iiileresteng  subject, * Resolved that money  exercises a greater influence in  the world than love. Mr. Boycr  led the affiitmativtj supported by  Mr. Peacock und Mr. Golden,  and was opposed by Mr. Jack,  Mr. King and Mr. J. Aston.  11 oth sides brought out some ex.  ccllcnt points, biit thft decision  iii*favor of the affirmative did  uot seem to meet with the approval of the young ladies present.  A very pleasant feature of the  eventtv 'vncthr*   nre^'Mif** o{ IVfr  V>*iiinciimu as  president  ol  Hn  young men's club of the  Presby  teriau church to convey the  fra-  ternal greetings of his  organization.    Our old  iricnl),   ������������������Bob"'  Wilson, also chceted the occasion  with his sunny while nud some  genial good wishes addressed to  the young people    The  singing  of God Save the King closed a  very enjoyable evening, for which  the young people deserve much  credit.  EXTRAORDINARY  ATTRACTION  The management of the  City Ha-has Secured  Something Special  Friday & Saturday  On Friday and Saturday evenings one of* the most gorgeous   I.  Wl.V. masterpieces that has ever  boen shown will be seen at this  popular place of amusement, lu  this stupendous production you  will sec "Old Father Time" with  Inn scythe inscribing the name of  his friends upou the wall, This  picture also has beautiful scenery, superb photography, magnificent costumes, and is n comprehensive plot presented iu a com  pelling manner hy the grant  ensemble of the stars of the mo  tographie world.  The second picture will be UA  Cowboy's   Generosity."     This  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND. WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.O.L., PwaMDENT   .'  ALEXANDER LAIRD, Gene-sal Manager  PAID-UP CAPITAL, $ 10,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $6,000,000  SAVINGS BANJTDEPMTnRERST  Interest at the current rate is allowed on all fleposils of $1 and  upwards in this Department Careful attention is given lo  every account  Small deposits are welcomed.  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons,  withdrawals to be made by any one of,. thorn or by Uv������ sur-  Ift vivor. Full and clear written instructions as to who is to make  the withdrawals should always be given to tlie Bank when  opening accounts of this nature.  CUMBERLAND BHANOH W. T, WHITE, Manogir  '������_ LU..i.JI._l!l "5!  i*m*-.  9ME*  as well as dare-devil riding, arc I ftOl ICK,  seen in this picture, and in the! Mr, Gcorgo CavnUky, fl-raad  end showing that a cowboy, al-j(',,iuf l^rianih of the Grand K������~*  though living the rough streuu~jcauTM,,,nt of B- ������" requeue a  otts life of the plains, away trom |.f" Httendanco'of tlio miimbor* of  civilization, has a heart as well asiu,llon I-*������ilgn Mo. 11 I. O. 0. F.  those at home,  For the comical part of the  program uA Woman's ingratitude'' and also "Soap Bubbles of  Truth'' will be shown.  Hereafter ou Tuesday aud  1'hursdny evenings there will be  in illustrated song snug by one  of the popular young ladies ol  this city.  picture deals with life ou the  western plains, and i.s acted by  the articles of the 'Hison' Stock  Company, of Los Angeles, Cal.  Some very good   horsemanship,  WANTKD-AUwIiorforMiii  to tvihool, mule or foinala,    Untie*  to commenco il miliary .101,1,  Ap  ply "VV.   J.   lliirri-gnn. Keeretnry.  M'into, B. 0.  nd any vii������itiii}{ brother* who may  lie in town, ������Iho auy  m-mnhi-ra of  other ot>enui|iinont������, at. .thu lorigo  meetinjj;, Kriduv cveniiig at 7:110.  Cuaim.i'.k VVuvtk, Secretary.  It. 0. Wilson loft for his homo  in Victoria liy.'-SundayV bout,  Mayor Wntn loft for Victoria on  Saturday last,  Mr. W. Siildall was among tho  niiKMingers liy Saturday's outgoing steamor.  Mrs. C. IL Tnrholl and Mih������  Tarhell L<ft lor Victoria hy Sunday's b'jat.  Mr. dolm Millor left on a hnau  110B8 trip to Vanoouvor hy S������n-  day'H boat,  ,KV/ "~*  Aiiihiilimco ClabH iiuiol" evuvy  W'd*0Kdny ovoning nt   I'M   in  j the ('oinic.l Chamber*,  Vt/llVCIIin'C   I MllCl -filfi -Hf-*!-*.!!  TT O.Jl3"fla *<3   ViB-BtLtl CtH&vvm  Unshrinkable Underwear  For women and children.   The cold weather is now  here in earnest and we guarantee our underwear to keep you Warm in the coldest weather  W hynot keep warm?     A full   range ot all  sizes and prices from 35c. up,  Gaynpbell Bros.  Agents for Campbell and .Fit*Rile Clothiw  ^  m ^iB^iiS^i*a^iitt^-iaiaii^^������d;  iRMRKKKSTORIB!  v\  w^A^mA^m^s^msmimMmFMmA^  THE   NEWS,   CUMBER! AND,   BKITISH   COLUMBIA,  T  The FOURTH  ESTATE  Novelized by  Frederick R. Tooaibs  From the Great Play  of the Same Name by  Joseph Medill Patter-  ���������on and Harriet Ford,  Copyright. 1000  by Joieph Medill  Patterton tnd Harriet Ford.  'HeUl ba anx-  (Continued.)  Nolan dropped his head*1 In*, thought  when his wife had llnlshed bcr tirade.  He paced up and down nervously...  He looked at the clock, then at tho  ���������form wltb its accusing contents, then  at Brand, then at his wife.  "I'll  go  and  telephone Judge  Bartelmy," put lu Dupuy  lous"  The lawyer took himself off.  Brand saw the danger of delay. He  doubted If any man would be able to  ���������successfully withstand the pressure  that Bartelmy and Nolan's family  would he able to bring lo hear on the  owner in another twenty-four hours.  "No, no!" he exclaimed to Nolan.  "You would fall me again. 1 have  tried to prove this judge's guilt to the  people, but I fear 1 have only succeeded in proving It1 to his daughter. A  day's delay would be fatal. 1 know.  At least Bartelmy could get another  jjjmige to Issue an injunction against  us even if he would not dare to do  It himself. And there are other steps  he might take."  His voice rose higher, and he worked  toimself into a frenzy of earnestness.  He Rtood before the little group gathered nround the Ink blnck form and  continued his impassioned words:  "Yon know 1 thought we were going  to be absolute'}- unmuzzled here. Yuu  were ae free man. Poverty couldn't  frighten you, and yon hud seen both  sides of life. You promised to back  me up, no matter what it cost, so loug  as, we printed the iruth, but at lbe  tirst big test you fail me."  Mrs. Nolan was ou the point of becoming hysterical in tier agitation.  ���������__!?Michael._Mh'tiaei>'- she began!___  go home with  intwrer m tne minew.    wuen me any  enme that  I owned my own mine It  was again a case ot ttehi. rtoht. KHJHT,  for the lawlesH claim Juni|������ers threat-  i ened me a hove ground, mid tne mw������  l less floods assailed me below ground.  ! So tn the lite 1 led 1 did not get the  ycpportuuitj*   ,. or eveu become  [ familiar wlin il(,     uportaot questions  j and  tin-  problems  that confront the  , meu gUHl������ tim pottcjr eC newspu-  I pei-s."  |    Nolan   drew   dam  ta   Brand   and  placed hla hand iiffc������tk>Dately on the  i young editor's nboulder.  j    "But you, Wheeler���������you have taught  | me much about those big Issues that I  I did not know, and you have shown to  ! me the high Ideals that should guide  ���������I the uewspaper writer, the uewHpapec  ! editor  and,   Uie   newspaper  owner as  I well.   You are right lul his case."   Uia  | voice rose to majestic heights.   "Wheeler Brand, 1 have iearued from you that  the Advance Is more than a newspaper.   It ls a great; throbbing, potential  force.    It is  the strong arm of the  Klgfat standing against the evil arm of  {he Wrong;    So we must not falter.  We must not delay.    Show the big  thieves up,Wheeler.   Let the story go  to press."  Nolan turued quickly away and hastened out and dowu Into the street.  A warm glow of enthusiasm spread  over the face of Wheeler Brand as he  picked up a bundle of proofs.  "We'll show them up!" be cried exultantly. "We'll show them up, and  we'll put them down!"  CHAPTER XIV.  IRAND and McHenry began  eagerly to inspect the tinai  proofs ot the Bartelmy story.  Two figures suddenly stood  in the doorway ot the composing room.  Ed Dupuy's telephone call was beginning to show results. .Judge Bartelmy  and Judith, ready for a last effort to  prevent the publication of the condemnatory article, quite unobserved,  glanced to where Brand and his associate   editor   were   at  /Work.     "Dou't  her arms outstretched  Brand tried to draw her away.  ".hidith. plenae!" he protested.  'They can't have"��������� She waa by*  tericnl.  "Go to lunch, boys." ordered Brand  to the typesetters,  "We'll uilssr the mall." protested McHenry.  "I don't care.   (Jo to lunch"  The compositors reused work at the  liuotypes and. wondering aud whisper  lug, slowly tiled out.  '"Judith," Brand besought* her. "won't  you"-  ' "Listen to me. Wheeler," she hroke  In. "1 know everything. Kaiher has  told me everything ut>out--hin- guilt  You understand whai It means to me���������  what he ts to me. You must spare  hlui for me!"  "Judith, it's Impossible."  "But It Is the human thing to do.  Oh. forget ..these Ideals. Be Just a  man���������a mau who loves a woman and  protects her. You do love "me, I know.  In spite of everything that you've  done."  "Yes. I love you!" he cried fervently.  "And Wheeler, dear. I've not changed." she told him fondly.   "1 can see  how  right  you  mean'to  be in  what  you are trying to do, but tn this you  are wrong.    Whatever'my father may  have done, his Intentions were nonest.  ;He hnd been Involved by others and  'when he tried Io extricate himself It  ;was   too   late.     They,   uot   he.   were  guilty.   It was for their sukes, not bis  own, that he offered you that money,  bo   you   see   you   ure   wrong     Why,  Wheeler, If you  belonged to me ond  committed   a   crime   1   would  die  to  shield you from tbe penalty."  Brand answered her quickly.  '"That is wroug reasoning."  "No, ho; It te right. That must always be." she cried. "It Is like���������like  a law of life Can't you see that too?  1 belong to you. Yes, 1'belong to you.  and you should shield me. You must  feel toward my father as he were your  own because he is mine. It's not possible that you would do this thing to  STONES AT KITCHENER  ;he declares that marriage  i      spoils good soldiers.  THE PILL *TEC.  K  Some Strange Sidelights on an Uiv*.  usual Occupation.  As all the world knows, tho manufacture of pills is a very profitable  occupation. But the .profits made  would be increased by thousands of  of K. Was Born  In  Ireland, But   P0Ufn<Js y���������^ wf������ ������ not for the fact  , ot rs.  ������������������ I fjmt -in,n(*ire(js 0f SRian traders palm  He   Is   Not   Hibernian   on   Either   0fl spunoua articles on the unsuspect-  Side of the  Family���������Received  His   ing   shopper, says u   writer   in An-  Early Training at Home and Then , "^f combat this evil, firms of world-  Went on the Continent, Where He ��������� wide reputations employ pill 'tecs,  Served in  Franco-Prussian War.    | whose duty it is to bring these dis-  honest traders to book, and  it was  Much has been written of "K.of K." ! while acting as a pill 'tec that I en-  i-  FOR RAIN AND MOTORING  Three   Piece Costume  That'*  the     Smartett    Thing     Out.  pill  Of his silence, liis awe-inspiring bluo   joyed some of the most exciting ex  eves that can flash firo on occu- I 1������������������"���������$ of my life.  Jhe firm for whom I worked manufacture bills which are so 1.1 at ls.  1 l-2d. a box. But, recognizing that  this is rather a high price for poor  "There, mother, you  Sylvester. He's waiting outside for  you. After all, this Is a man's job  ���������we've got here. I am, the head of the  family, and 1 will settle ttifs matter  in my own way," he said sternly.  "You must not attempt further to interfere."  He led ber out of the room.  Brand spoke to McHenry.  "Did you hear, Mac?" ne asked. "Be  won't decide to run it,"  "It's tough, old uiaii-lt's tough!"  "This Is sucb a live thing I don't  aee how I can kill it." the managing  editor said, rubbing his band over the  face of the form.  "That's tbe best tirst page ever made  up In America," said McHenry, with  justifiable professional pride.  Brand was inconsolable.  "I've been working ten yenrs for  JUBt this thing," he said, "something  ������o plain that even children would see  what the big thieves are doing."  "You go home!" Brand suddenly or-  dered McHenry.  "What?" was tho surprised exclamation.  "I said go home!"  Brand's face was beginning to twitch  nervously. He stood lu the middle of  the composing room, under the flood-  lug white glare Irom a sixty-tour cnn-  die power electric light, and clinched  nnd uncllnehed nls hands, not during  to look McHenry squarely In the face.  The night editor begun m guess what  wan passing through iVrmid's mind.  "Yos, but," ho begati to protest���������  Mbut"-  llrhnd cut him short, saying agitatedly.  "I am slill managing editor."  McHenry now realized plainly that  tlio Intensely oiirmmt Itrund luul decided to run the story that very night ro-  gnrdluHs of Nolan's nilitude. It would i  lie im easy mailer, as Nolan, of courso,  would not renin in nt tlio ollleo munli  longer. And McHenry well know tlmt  hiicIi an net would not only bring about  Unind'H dlnchiirgo from tho Advance.  but thnt tt would as well Injure tua  reputation in other newspaper olllces,  whero ohedlonco lo one's superior, ub  In any well regulated orgntilzutlon, in  n man's lirst duty undor all clrcuin-  HtllllCCH.  "Why, mnn," ho exclaimed quosthm-  Ingly, "you'ro surely not going to run  tliln story V"  Before llrtind could give an nnswer  to this last question, oven If tie hnd Intended to do no, Nolan broko in on Uio  pinr,  "Mr.   Nolan,"   began   Brand,   "you  hnvo heard  tho  wholo story of this  miserable affair, both sldim of tt-Biir-  telmy'a nnd  my own, from our ^owii  ii^m.   Wluwv.v dc.'c!!"r <>r evpinnnrlon  Hartolmy gave you I don't know. But, !  ao fnr iih I am concerned, / told you j  tho facts ami tho truth.    Ynu must;  know that by this tlmo.   Vou must bo-1  llovo It.    Therefore  why  do you  or i  how In heaven's namo cnn you host- ,  inte'l" ,  Mlchnct Nolnn's fnco hIioiio with tho I  light of detennluutloh,  "Wheeler, tny boy,'' ho wild, "I hnvo  tillli  THHBW, H'UU������llltlr *7ER TIMI  INKY  FOIW.  como In yet. Walt u few moments,"  whispered tho judge. Tho girl slipped  down the hull into the mnnnglng editor's littlo otlloo, the coign of vnningo  from which sho had previously beon  ablo to henr nil thut look place lu tho  composing room. Hurtelmy proceeded  directly to the form tioforo which tho  two editors wero working, nnd Brand j  saw that he must undergo nnothor un- j  plonitutit encounter boforo tho presses  begun to whirl off Ills story. He  glanced Impatiently ut the clock and  ralHcd his brows i|ueHtloningly to tho  Judgo.  'Mr. Mrnnd, hns Mr. Nolnn beon  buro tonightV" usked Bartelmy,  "Yes."  "Hnvo you resolved Instruction*  nbout HiIb story?"  "Yes,"  "What woro thoso Instructions? I������  tho story to ho printedV"  "1 nm not nt liberty to dl-sonsa wltb  any outside person i|)oconimiitiloiitloiiB  I receive from tho owner, but I wilt  add for your information thnt tho  story will bo on tho prims lu a very  few inlnntoN,"  At llila luteal declaration of Brntid'e  Judith could rostruU tiorsolf no longer.  Hho rushed through tho doorwuy,  ncroRS iho grimy lloor, regardless of  tho Mowing irnIn of her silk gown,  Pr.'ind nibbed the Imelr of hit tinnrt  across his eyes au though (huy woro  deceiving lilm.  "CJotul <5od. It In Judith!" he oxc-lnlm-  ed. Then ho turned to hln nsHlHtnut.  "Horo, Mile, hurry-tnko thin fiwiu  nwny,"  The girl's face and eye* were aglow  with (lie elYiH'ts of lhe uorvniiM stritlll  under   which   ahe   Inborn!   on   that  ���������eyes  ision, and his well-known dislike for  'women.  \ Not long ago he raised a storm of  feminine protest by declaring that "a  soldier married is a soldier spoiled."  By this statement he failed to back up  by the name of a single groat soldier  who was a bachelor. On the other  =hand, ns Miss Dora D'Espaigne Chap-  ttnan pointed out, numbers of famous  generals, from Alexander the Great  upwards to our day, are well known  |������to liave been married men.  Did not Napoleon, who adored his  Creole wife, do his best work during  his Italian campaign, when he was  deeply in love with Josephine and waa  writing her passionate love-letters.  While most great soldiers who  fought so ably in the Indian Mutiny  and the Boer War were married.  Then, again, Kitchener himself is a  soldier's son, and ii his father beforo  him had held the views expressed by  "K. of K." England would lmve been  one uble soldier the less.  "If the oilicers of the army of today are not to marry, where will you  look for tlie olticers of the army of  to-morrow?" asked an officer's wife,  to whom Lord. Kitchener had held  forth on this pet ^subject, thereby, it  is said, reducing1 the great soldier to  silence. *",*."  People have more than once spoken  of Lord Kitchener as au Irishman.    '  But this isn't so.  He was born in the Emerald Isle,  it is true, but his mother ��������� j a daughter of Rev. Dr. Cnevallier, of Aspall,  ana his father wasn't a "Paddy"  either.  When his father, Col. Kitchener, left  the army, he decided to settle in Ireland���������and it was in Gunsborough  Villa, County Kerry, * that this, tne  inos't famous bf his; four sons, was  born, .on June 24th, 1850. He was  christened "Horatio Herbert."  Like a great many other celebrated  men Lord Kitchener never went to a  "public" school.  FirStTdf'a'll'herwas^taught-at-homer  and got very much the same sort of  education that the average little boy  does,    'then he went to Switzerland,  France, and Germany.  After that, at eighteen, he entered  "Woolwich.  At this time his lather, was living  jn Brittany, and the Franco-Prussian  war wus in full swing, This thrilled  young kitchener, and lie joined the  French nrmy, and received his bap-,  tism of fire.  Two years later, at the age of twenty-one, he received his commission in  tne  Royal  Engineers,  Then came many years of obscurity,  and real,nurd work for the young soldier who did his duty quietly and  seemed in no wuy more reniarkablo  than the other young officers with  -���������whom lie came in contact.  But "K. of K," was ambitious; ho  had "grit" and meant to get there,  somehow.  So throughout these long dull  yenrs,w spent chiefly in tho enst in sor-  vey. work and as vice-consul of Anatolia, .Kitchener was hard, at work  studying, for all lie wns worth, both  the Turkish and Arabic languages,  meaning that these should bo stopping stones to success later.  How ho chafed ut tho quiet life and  longed for active service only Lord  Kitchener himself knows, for ho ia  not a man to talk much about himself  and his afc'uirs.  Then camo tlie Egyptian troubles in  1882, and tho young soldier got his  chance, *���������  It hupponod liko this.  Liout. Kitchener, as ho then was,  wus fltntioned' lit Cyprus, but was in  Egypt on leavo when tlio British licet  arrived at Alexandria. Ho nt onco  saw his. chance, tho chance he had'  waited for, und applied for oxtotiRion  of leavo, fooling protty suro all tho  people to pay, they allow retailers to*  dispose of them at four a penny. Thim  has given dishonest traders a finei  opening. Spurious pills are manufactured in canisters of 30,000. -,  The difficulty in detecting the of-j  fenders lies in their reluctance toi  supply an invoice minutely describ-.  ing the, pills, and without this legal'  proceedings would be futile.  Disguised as a barman who had!  just come from a neighboring public-;  house, in shirt-sleeves and apron,;  and hatless, I gave my attention to,  a man who had been working the]  spurious pill dodge in Petticoat Lane|  for three years. In regular visits,,  extending over three weeks, I purchased sponges, tooth-powder, fuller's  earth, scent, face-powder, and a host  of other articles.  Then, one day, when the list of  purchases was a particularly long  one, I asked for twopenny-worth of  my firm's pills, and demanded that  they should be included with the  other goods on the invoice. The ultimate result of my three weeks' perseverance was a fine of ������10 and costs.  Posing as a. ship's steward about  to sail for China, I took a room for  a month in the neighborhood of the  Tidal Basin, and persistently visited  the shop of an alien chemist some  distance away. My story was that  I was buying goods for the ship's  purser, and I gathered, in a large  stock of sardines, ham, tea, jam, and  tinned milk. Every now and then I  usked for twopennyworth of pills, and  I soon discovered hie was selling  spurious articles.  One morning I spent 16s., and then  told tlie tradesman that the purser  had been complaining that the articles were not clearly identified on  the invoices. Having spent so much  money, he was, naturally, anxious to  oblige me..  ���������Laterr\vhen'I-went-withTthe-"officer  to serve the summons���������on which the  man was subsequently heavily fined���������  the outraged chemist vaulted over tho  counter,   with   a    murderous-looking  THREE PIECE COSTUME OF OKAY DIAOONAI*.  The illustration shows ono of the-  smartest motor or rain coats of the  season carried out in steel gray diagonal serge. The skirt is five gored and  closes at the left side and buttons by  the way of an attached girdle to the-  dart fitted blouse, which is fastened beneath the left arm and also across the-  shoulder. i,|  ln addition to the fur lined storm  collar, there is an Eskimo hood witlv  long tabs that fold across the blouse.      "  Young Roosevelts Liva Simply.  . Theodore Uoosevelt, Jr��������� and his wife-  are regarded as au "ideal couple" by  knife in his hand, intent on slitting i ,1,eir California neighbors.  Since their  my throat.    He was overpowered by   wedding they have sought to live quiet-  the policeman. ly and simply ln their horn? in Pacific  It was while   representing   myself   avenue, San Francisco.   Tbey have a  to be n milkman, going from door to | hougc R���������rrouuded by a large garden.  door, thnt another unpleasant incident occurred. In order to play tho  part properly, I had hired a trolley  and u churn ^containing seventeen  gallons of1 now milki'''*.,I had just  emerged from a shop where a man  had indignantly refused to give mo  an invoice for a pennyworth of pills,  when I waa surrounded by a gang of  roughs, who, in consequence of someone hnving given me away, had been  hired to "out"  your own fat her, Think of htm that  way���������your own father; You'll not ro-  erei It. I'll make It up to you with ull  my lovo for nil the rest of lire, W nee|.  ������r, say yon wilt.do wiiui l nsk" 8lu>  broke down cnni|iu-iely nnd sohhed  brokenly, loaning iicionm the toi'in.  "Oh, suy yon will do what I uskl"  Brand  irted  to mine  her,  but uho i timo thiit tho War Officii would not   v,    .,..���������    me.   I sustained two,      . .*.      ,.     ,i,������������������������������������    ���������������������������  black   eyes, n   cut   lip,  a   sprained   el)r,ncles   ,ll(,   "������>m?-* * er  wrist,  lost all  my money,  and saw' usimlly returns from work"a  them empty the seventeen gallons of  new milk down the nearest drain.  The pill 'tec is allowed to take nil  the articles he purchases to throw tho  tradesman off tho scent as perquisites, and thoso regularly avorago  DOs. or ������2 a week. I hnvo enough  tooth-powder to luat me for yeurs.  ������l������oc||   milking   nud   epocli   brenUliiu;  iMrniHl much from you. I hnvo needed . ���������|g|,j ,,���������(,���������.��������� ,,���������,. H���������mM ,������������������,��������� Hh,rt  ���������rmiUK-t with mien n uum n������ you.   i j (,f <\u, Advuiiei>.  hnve led n rough life tor mont of my  roreer    When I r<we io he chnlrmon  nt tin* Street llniiwiiy Worker-*' uuiou  I did ho Hlmply through my rugged-  IIomh nt ciuinicter, my ability to iniiMler  n������M    Then I wii* driven out Into the  World, uu outi ii������t, und hcmine u duy  clung to hlui fri'ir/lcdly,  t'lo lie. continued,)  An Anxious I lm������.  Mr, Broughton, the KiiijIUIi artist,  whilo Hlioteiiing in tho Alpn, wiih ono  day in search of n suitnblo background  nt dark, pino for u picture lio hnd  planned! Hu found nt lust tlio jiroeiHO  Hituntion ho was Rooking, and, bout of  all, thoro hupponod to bo a protty do-  tail in tho figuro of an old woman in  llio foreground.  "1 iiskod tho old lady," Haiti Mr,  Broughton, "to remain sontod until I  had mado a sketch of hor, Bho us-  non toil, but in a fnw iiiomontH* asked  mo bow long 1 nhouid bo. 'Only t\  t|iiartnr of un hour,' 1 an-'worod rons-  .���������mringly.  "Throo minutes or ho later sho again  nnkod niti���������wi* liiuu v>ii'.i luunilot  uii.vk'ly   iJ 1 yhouM W much long"*.  " 'Oh, not long,' I uimworod.  why do you ask ho rinxioimlyp'  " 'Oli, it'u nothing,' sho sadly an-,  s we rod, 'only  I'm bluing on un ant  hill'."   "Vford-of-Qod-Cnrrior."  During liis vittit to tlio American  Nmtlnont Fathor Bernard Viiuglinn  visited tho IroinioiH Indian UoHorvn-  tion, hoing received Into tlio Irjlio hy  Uio chief nnd christened "Hawi'imon-  hnwi," whicli moans "Word-of-dod-  Currier," For yours Father Viuighnn''  Rormortn <m tho sins of 'nocioty hnvo  drawn lnrjje audiencea to hie chapel  ill Uio West End; nnd he, Ih quite us  grout n draw in tlm Enst End,   At ono  "Wheeler, you're  vU  j^ug n������  uwi  thnt picture';1   xhe pleaded  "Take the form uw*,-." ngnln ordered Mnn id, hi* voice iiIiiiomi hilling  him.  "No, no; don't mMul if Wall, wait!"  Klio threw herself over the tnkv lonn.  graiit it to him.  So whnt ho couldn't got by fair  moans ho got by tho aid of it littlo  subterfuge,  With tho help of u nowspnpor cor-  roBpoiidont ho, somohow or other, contrived thnt tho rofuHiil Hhould not  roach him until nftor his stoiimor had  Hiiilod for Cyprus,  Bo thoro ho wns, tho right mnn ln  tho right placo, nt tho right mutuant,  ior ho had nn intimato knowledgo of  tho Arabs, and, thanks to thoso years,  of study, lie could speak thoir language with something llko fluency.  Thon ho applied to Lord Wolacloy  Jor something to do, and got it.  This was tho foundation stono of-  liis fortunes,  From that timo onwards promotion  camo rapidly, v  Alia thiil South Afrirn holpH htm  Hill further nlong the rond to lumo. \  I hit j hard rond somotimoH to travel, but  Lord Kitchener hnd truvolod it alono.  Ilo has nover boon n man to form  ninny friendship, Alono, silent, ho  Iiiih dono his duty and fulilllod his  uu-ly  ambition".  Somcono onco Haid that "Kitchener's" Htrongth lies in his power to'l  crotito,  Givo him material, howovor rough,  and ho will mould and combine and  organize it into tho definite shapes  that ho requires at tho moment.  PerhupH thirt powor Iiiih bi;un tho  hoc rot of his huccohs,  Ainongrtt other thing:!, Lord  Kltch- j  onor is u fatalist, I  , "What  in  to  bo  will  Iw,"  in hi������ j  1 Housekeeping Under Difficulties.  Keeping Iioubo in India seems cheap  until one comos to understand tho conditions. Servants charge almost nothing in comparison with their class in  tho United States. One can got good  cooks for $3 a month and houso mon  for loss, Tho troubio is thnt Uio Englishman has* to hiro (i dozen sorvnnts  in India whoro ho has ono at homo.  Tho casto regulations are such thnt  ouch man will do only ono kiud of  work. Tho man who washes tho dishes  will not mako tho beds, and ho who  miikos tho liodH will not swoop or carry tlio wntor. Tho cook will not act  an scullion, and ho it goos on. If ono  wishes to koop hornon, ho must havo  tx groom to ouch horso, and tb overy  two horses a man to cut grass for  thorn. Every child has its own nurse,  nnd tho result is that ono needs many  servants. Tho servants aro nearly nil  mon, tho women acting only as lndloi*'  ���������maids and sometimes as rtursos, With  tho cthor box tho namo ruloH prevail {  tlio maid who waits upon ono'n wlfo  will do nothing else,  and the chief diversion of the two-  meems to bo in the cultivation of flowers. Every duy Mrs. Uoosevelt mny be-,  ueen in the garden at work. She usually wears a broud, drooping hnt and  gardener's gloves. Armed with clippers and trowels, she passes hours;  wooding rind training the flowers. She  appears in the evening ngaln, thistlme-  drngging garden hose, with which she-  husband  about that  time, and ho follows her to the garden,,  whore ho is permitted to lie a spectator only, Often lie may bo seen sitting-  under a tree reading to his wife as she-  picks flowers for tho table.  Prize Dog at 8how.  Each  yonr  women  nro entering  i������  Inrger number of blooded dogs ut tin*  fashionable open nir dog shows all over  tho country.   Itocently n vory smart  Ix ^W/''    %  M  www  __W_m__ti        i.  ."*   ' V^Jafl  "'*':^^���������  y   *:.j������  ' i������Sk  n*f^  -   ' ���������  fc&?^^H  ���������'  JMW  ������  Wiik                   M  ������rf������5**tpW  L***  \t__WW.  t__^_\W_JjTMJ  W  tm$j_Wvi2_x  MlWS___4  wmk  isKk.,:%  la  f^y fWM  jmmm  m\ :-,  ,; a ���������&&??��������� J  ���������v  ,  !;'W^  |||J!������isaa!^i|p('  ���������' _/'y_  W^A  w *  1 MS            * i   d K  W5X&  Uu-,1.     ,A  k <jlw> '"^W'-Kk-jIj  Hi  im_Vi  'mr-.  A Brilliant Onroor.  Only thirty-seven yearn of ngo, tho  appointment of Mr, J, A. Simon, K.C,  to ho Solicitor-Gonornl of Britain, in  place of Sir Itufiw Isancs, makos him  tho youngo-st man of-modem timon to  hold that appointment. Lord Sol-  homo, who spent twelve years as a  Junior, became Solicitor Crnern! at  forty-nine, tho prosnnt Lord Chnn-  oollor   nt forty-eight, Lord Halnbury j c-Iuhh with her bull terrier Isabel liluo.  Photo by Amerlcnn Presi Amioolntlon.  MIHH  WINTHItOP  AND   IIIt 11   PUIZB   MUIili*  UOO AT MOIUUHTOWN HUOW,  exhibition of dogs was hold at Morris-  town, N. .!., ono of tho woalthloat nml  snuirioHt of Now .luraoy towiiH.  Tlie grontest IntcroBt contored In bull-  do(������ and hull lorrlei' entrlos, and MIhi������  Mary WIntlirop won lirst prize In thin  at fifty, Sir William Hnreourt nt  forty-six, Sir Robert Finlay at fifty-  three, Sir Willlnm IlobHon at fifty-  four, Bir S. T, Evann at forty-sovon,  ti.:-.il Bir IJufu.i l"nncn nt fr-i-ty-ninn.  Son ol u Hnth Congregational minister, Mr, Simon greatly distinguished  himnelf an a student at Edinburgh  and Oxford, nnd wuh eallod to the  Rar in 1800.   Ilo has thun only taken  Many of tho women who attended  tho show exhibited their own dogs In  tlio ring, and thoro who kuun rivalry  for tho rlbboiiH.  A Unique 8uao-������������tlon.  Tb tt true tlmt women hnvo worse-  times deciding tilings thnn mon do? It  often Heoiiis ho,   They do ugoub.u ho  nlovon yen��������� to win one of tho big.', ovoV'wIiich hut or which Hweotlieart or  gest prfoes in' tho legal profomiion.  Bir Edward Carson doolnrod onco  thnt Mr. Rimnn, an n junior eoumol,  wus the ablest ho had over known.  time ho u������od to upend two nights a  week in Coniniorohil UoiuI-JiirI a nln- ���������T''0 j.^ing tho Soudan eampnign  I'lo room on the ground floor, furnish. ^,I)0 boRJul, lliin not to-,oxposa  id with two deal chnirs, n eamn bed- ,������,' * VckiLly in notion.  r,tonH,-nn.l n fow noeessi ion her*, i lu��������������������� Ji^r be killed,''ho answer-  \n the ovctilng, you wouli I ind lum i . * h 'Vonviclion. "When my time  frying bin frugnl luppor. which would * ��������� *1U ��������� alI dlo peacefully In my  probably bo ahurud with nomo budJy ; {^\* l v  nil neigh bof,  Injuetiee.  hmV  which Invllnflon thoy wnnt moHt! Now  some  one suggests  u  novel  hcIkuiio.  Wliy not Htop trying to deelrte which  clinptMiu you wiiui iho most when yiixt  mure In den|inlr before the mllllnor'H*  v....���������   nn,.e. iu*t ,u,i��������� m..ii. mm i gliiHs uml try deciding which one you  yoXT mt\ ?rttiV mntU ������" | wjnt the loustV   ������r gives the thing an-  Frnnk-Hnrold kicked m.. ' 0,"������1, ","Il*,��������� ftn" ^ wl,1('h J"1" cn,������  Nuwe���������Well, go at enee and waih I eliminate eontiletlng ctioleed and the  It off. ' rmtt tliet'H left must anrely be the otftt  Frrtnk���������Whyf   It wain't  m������ what! yot������. wrnt most. At Im������ one woro*������  did HI.. I Qiuls It so  ,������������������ii,������j������teluWte**M.!Wh,*,'������������.������������,*--Vt5I*������*������������������������f ���������*(���������-������'������������������'  *tm-n >,M������'i������*V.W;21tSKiaKKa2llS2. /������  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ni  \  \  STOMACH TORTURE  "FRUIT-A-TIVES" BR0U6HT RELIEF  DANIEL  SAUNDERS  Shoal Lake, Man., June llth, 1010  "For years I was bothered with per-,  sistcnt Dyspepsia and Indigestion, having  severe p.uns after meals and I tried everything tlmt I could get but the pain in my  stomach became no betler.  A druggist recommended "Frnit-a-  tives.'!' I did not g-ivj up* any foods I was  in lhe habit of eating nor stop smoking���������yet  "Fruit-a-tives" has done wonders for me  and I strongly advise' all my friends to  use it." (Signed), Daniel Saunders  "Fruit-a-tives" is sold at COc a box,  ft for $2.51) trial size, 25c. At dealers or  from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa.  FXCIRS1CNS  ������ ASTERN CANADA  Daily during December.      3 months  limit.   Stop over privileges,  via  ST.  PAUL OR  DULUTH, CHICAGO  and  DOCTORS;  FAILED  Kidney Trouble, "Peruna  Cured Me."  &RMW  I     THE LIMITATION SCHEME.  j Lord Robert Cecil's Reform  For the  '     _ Anglican Church.  !    Lord Robert Cecil, who hasQtartled  1 Church of England peoplo by' proposing that in future incumbents should  , hokHStficQ only for a short term of  years, as a kind of probationary por- i  explanation of his schomo for church i Suffered Several Years With  i reform. ,  Lord Robert, who was at his country  I house at Chelwood Gato, asked ino'to  , make it.plain that he had no intention-  to nttack tho clergy, says the writer.  "1 regard them, collectively, as a  most admirable body of men," he  said, "and they havo done and aro  doing, splendid work.    ���������  "In suggesting that an incumbent,  should be appointed for a torm of, say,  five years, 1 do not intend that tho  presentation of tho patron should be  interfered with, or that tlio institution  by the bishop should be abandoned.  "If, however, the clergymen is not  satisfactory for any reason to tho  parish to which he is presented the  bishop should, I think, be empowered  to refuso to institute him.  "In arriving at a decision on this  point, 1 would havo the bishop tako  into consideration any representations  made to him by the parishioners, who  ought to have a church council to  represent them.  "At present there is nothing which  the laity can do to any effect, and that  is why there is, not so much interest  in the church couueils as there ought  to be. . s  "Power to appeal to th������ Archbishop  should also be allowed to the council  in certain cases. Tho bishop might  hold strong views on some ecclesiastical matters, and refuso an institution  which the council thought ought to be  made. ' 1 would, therefore, like to  have an appeal to a higher court  against any abuse of the power.  "On the other hand, the clergyman  should not.bo too much at the mercy  of the people. Avmun might be objectionable to a parish at first through  no fault of his own, but simply because lie tried to do his duty better  tlian his predecessor. In such a cas<?.  a  five  years'  tenure, would  be  sutfi-  WARRANT FOR CONDUCTOR,  Mr. John N.  Watldns, 3133  Shenan do ah  Ave., St. Louis,  Mo.,  writes:  "Among all  the greatly advertised medicines for kidney and bladder trou ble  there ls nothing which  equals Peruna. I suffered  for sev e r a 1  years with this  trouble; spent  hundreds of  dollars on doctors and medicine, and all to  no purpose until I took Peruna.  ,   "One   bottle  did   me   more , ...   ..  good than all Mp- 'Jo"n N- Watkine.  the others put together, as they only | such  poisoned my system. Peruna cured  me. I used It for four months beforo  a complete cure was accomplished, but  am truly grateful to you. The least I  can do in return ls to acknowledge  the merits of Peruna, which I. take  pleasure ln now doing."  Wanted for Stealing Fares and Selling Tickets.  (From Montreal Gazette.)  Judgo Lanctot, at the request of the  crown prosecutor, has issued a bench  warrant for the arrest of E. j3mith, a  former slebping-car conductor in the  employ of the Canadian Pacific railway company, who at one time ran  between Montreal and Vancouver, and  latterly between-Montreal and Toronto.  Early in October information reached the Crown authorities which led up  to Smith's arrest for stealing Sleeping  car fares, and for stculing and selling  railway tickets to various persons in  Montreal and elsewhere. Smith had  a preliminary hearing and wits committed for trial to the Court of King's  Bench, his caso being set for the. 10th.  When called, ho failed to appear,  with the result that his boil was forfeited and a bench warrant issued for  his arrest.  Tho case caused n good deal of in  terest  in   railway  circles,   and  it  is  probable that othor than railway people will become interested,    as   the  names and addrpsses of quite a number of people with whom he has been  'doing business arc known, and it is  'likely that before the matter is finally disposed of several of the hunters  for bargains   in   railway   transportation will be dealt with.  j    "It is really too bad," said a high  j official of the Canadian Pacific, "that  the  travelling  public  should  suggest  A "PERFECT BEAST."  Marquis   ol   Normanby's   Experience  With an Over-Bright Younpstcr.  The Marquis of Normanby, Britain's \  only clerical marquis, who has been ,  having   some   good   sport   fishing   in ���������  Conneraaru, has not only distinguish- ���������  ed himself as a j readier, but, ns is j  well-known, he w������o regarded .by com- ,  petont autnorities as one of the beat |  schoolmasters in t.io countiy.   Of his ;  lifo as a schoolmaster Lord Norman- j  by onco told an excellent story against i  himself.   One day, whilo expounding >  the mysteries of tuo Creation, he nsk- |  ed ono of his pupils if ho could tell |  lain   tlio   diifcronce   between   himself -  and a tiger, meaning, of course, tha  dilfeiencu in the scale of nature,   After some hard thinking tlio boy, who  is now a prominent politician, replied.  "A  tiger,   my  lord,  is an  imperfect  beast; but you are a perfect boast!"  A wealthy lady onco wrote Lord Normanby stating that she intended, to  place her boy under his caro, and concluded  her  letter   by  asking  if  his  lorusnip was particular about the so?  cial position of his pupils and their  parents, as she and tier husband1 desired that their boy should move only  in  the  best  circles. , To  this  highly  interesting  epistle   the   marquis  replied: "Madam, so long as your son  conducts himself well and pays duo  attention to his work, I shall mako  no inquiries as to the antecedents of  his parents." The first Marquis of  iSonnauoy was a statesman and diplomatist in the last century.    Besides  CHILDREN  In disorders and diseases of children drugs  seldom do good and  often do harm.  Careful feeding and  bathing are the babies'  remedies.  Scott's Emulsion  is the food-medicine that  not only nourishes them  most, but also regulates  their digestion. It is a  wonderful tonic for children of all ages. They  rapidly gain weight and  health on small doses,  FOR 8AI.E BY AU, DRUCC^S  dishonesty to    conductors.      If   holding tlie office of Lord Lieutenant  The Double TracK  Route.  Reduced Fares for  Steamship  Passengers.  November  llth  to  December  s31st.  Five months limit.    Write    for    full  particulars and descriptive pamphlet.'  A. E. DUFF,   General"Agent." Passenger "Dept.  ~  Representative for all Steamship Lines  and Cook's Tours.  260 Portage Avp.        -        Winnipeg.  Bladder Trouble,  Mr. C. B. Newhof. 10 Delaware  street, Albany, N. Y., writes:  "Since my advanced age I find that  I have been frequently troubled with  urinary ailments. The bladder seemed  Irritated, and my physician said that  tt was catarrh caused by a^ protracted  cold whicli would be0 difficult to overcome on account of my advanced years.  I took Peruna, hardly daring to believe  that I would be helped, but found to  I  was  twenty years  praise to Peruna."  ago. . I give all  The  Explanation  Neighbor���������"How did. that naughty  littlo toy of yours get hurt?"  Ditto���������-"That good boy of yours hit-  him on the hoad with a brick."  No ono need endure tho agony of  corns with Holloway's Corn Cure at  hand to remove thorn.  It mnkes tho average man unhappy  to soo his wifo working���������for unybody  but himself.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper.  To prevent dolicato ��������� whito fabrics  from becoming yellow whon, packed  nway sprinkle bits of white wax freely among the folilB;    ..;  cient either  to  win the good-will of,v ^relteYthatl JEITb^ to "mend  the people or to prove that the clergy- -  man was not suited to the parish.  "The object of my scheme is prin  cipallyx to provide some remedy  against the" law-breakers, the negligent, incompetent quarrelsome, or infirm aiiiong the clergy.  "There are 12,000 or more incumbents in the Church, and that is too.  large a number to hold complete freehold of office:  "We  do   not  give  such   tenurb   to  any���������other-class of_people-except-the-  judges of the High Courts, and they  are, theoretically, capable of removal  on petition. *  "As to the .situation of a man  whose institution was refused at' the  end of.the five years, it is possible  that he might find.another field for  his labors.  "There ought to be a system of  clergy pensions, so that when, a man  was not instituted through no fault  of his own but because of age or infirmity, ho should be placed beyond  the danger of want.  "The dioceses should be broken up  and rearranged, Thero ought to be a  bishop for every county' and for each  of the great towns. That is not an  extravagant proposal at all, and tho  Church should bo able to pay them  suitable solaries. Wo must havo  cheaper bishops."  passengers would refrain from making conductors steal from the company by offering them facilities and  inducements to do so, it would be  better for them in every way.' We  have the names of a good many men  who have done this, in Montreal and  other places and they include some  pretty prominent men. Morally they  are as guilty, if not more so, than the  ! conductors whom they train to become thieves, and the practice of trying .to .get, this cheap transportation  at the expense of- the' company and  the honesty of the conductors cannot  be too sharply repressed.  "In the present instance it has led  to the ruin of a young man and the  breaking up of his home. While we  are sorry for thoso who suffer by it,  \The irritation gradually subsided, and  lfi*-.urinary difficulties passed away.   I,  have enjbyeu-excellent health now for,the company must stop this business  the past seven months. I enjoy my of stealing fares, and prosecution will  meals, sleep soundly, and am aswell as follow every instance that is discov-  Canadian Pacific  ANNUAL       ,    ,  EASTERN"CANADAT~  EXCURSIONS  Low Round Trip Rates to  ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND     ,  MARITIME PROVINCES  Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, inclusive, good to return within, three  months.  Tickets issued in connection with  Atlantic Steamship will bo-on sale  fiom Nov. 11,   and   limited   to- five  months from date,of issue.  Finest      equipment,    Standard    first  Class and Tourist Sleeping Cors and  Dining Cars on nil Through Trains.  Compartment - Library - Observation  Car on "Imperial Limited."  ered.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  New Maid���������Please, muni, there's a  man nt the door come to collect on  something yez bought on .the., install-  men t -plan,������������������' ���������^���������LJ������������������,-- ������������������  Mistress���������Ask' him' whether it's the  encyclopedia, the phonograph. - the  brass bed, the* piano, .or the sewing-  machine.���������Harper's Bazaar.  SMohhCure  ���������lUokly stops roughs, euro oolda, heala  In* throat and lungs. -  95 cents.  of lrelund in 1835, he was Ambassador  to 1'aris from 1846 to 1852. The  Phippses have been an enterprising as  veil as distinguished family, for ths  second Lord Mulgrave made an attempt to find the northeast passage  in the llacehorse, Nelson being one  of his midshipmen. The Irish Lord  Chancellor, above mentioned, was also  supposed to have been a cousin' ot  Sir William Phipps, inventor of th������  diving bell. Lord Normanby owns  about 8,000 acres, and Mulgrave Castle is one of the finest mansions in  tiie country. The view from the lawn  is so maginficent that it is said that  Dickens literally "danced with ��������� delight" at its beauty. Lady Normanby is a keen gardener and specially  learned in roses and "carnations,  Those who knew Mulgrave Castle will  remember a big rose tree in front of  the house. It is reputed to be tha  best in England.  3TS  Send 19c., name of paper and thii ad. for  ���������ur beautiful Savings Bank and Child'*  Sketch-Book. Back bank contains a  Good I,uck Penny,  SCOTT & BOWNE  128 WalfiaflloB St., W������st, Torooto, ������nt.  Conclusive Evidence'  "The evidence,"    said    the   judge,  "shows that you threw a stono in this  case."  "Sure,"   replied    Mrs, O'Hoolihan,  "and  the  looks  av  the  man  shows  more than that, yer honor.   It shows  that Oi hit him:":  SMahb Gum  mlokly atop* cough*, *mt*m coldv heals  tkm tkrontsad long*. ���������   -   ��������� tlmlk  "John," said his wife, "I have lots  of things to talk to you about."  "That's good," answered Mr.  Spenders; "generally you want to  talk to me about things you haven't  got,"���������Buffalo Express.  "What are you, doing .with the  crutch?"  "Taking it home to my little boy."  What happened,to him "  "While he was bringing home tho  mail a Sunday paper fell on his leg."  ���������Youngstown Telegram.  ���������I  /^~ii<..\iii  // !hftun!ijh:lniLC*y  /fMcurA*':-  'V������ OIN TMENT    ]' ��������� '  y-THi^mMXTyJi'  \-'^kirh,������Z/ .���������������������������������������������  For Skin  Sufferers  If you, or someone dear  to you, have undergone  the itching, burning,  sleep - destroying tor-'  ments of efczema or  other cruel skin eruption and have suffered  from its embarrassing,  unsightly disfigurement ; if you have tried  allmanneroftreatment,  no matter how harsh,  to no avail, and have  all but given up hope  of cure, you can appreciate whnt it means to  thousands of skin-tortured sufferers, from infancy to age, when the  first warm bath with  Cuticura Soap and  gentle application of  Cuticura Ointment  brings instant relief,  permits rest and sleep,  and proves the first  Btep in a speedy and  successful treatment  Precipices In the Himalayas.  Thero is ������������������* one remarkable peculiarity of lhe series of Himalayan ranges  between the Vale of Kashmir and the  Central Asian watershed���������thoy nro  ono after another cut right ucross the  ridges. Tho reason for this is-that'  tho rivers .we're there before the  ranges were formed, and a? by tho  crinkling of tho, earth's crust, the  ranges wore raised, tho rivers cut  gorges through thorn and maintained,  thoir flow,  Nanga Parbnt is part of tho true  and principal Himalayan range, and  its summit rises to tlio stupendous  altitude above boh lovol of SO.OM foot,  Close to its foot, not mon? thnn ton  miles in horizontal distance from tho  poult, the Indus Hows 'through a do.  ���������sort gorge, and hero the height abovo  sea level of tho river hed is not much  above 3.000 foot.  It is easy to ooncoivo from thoso  figures on how vast a scalo nature'^  architecture is horo sot up. I havit  novor boon down this part of tho Indus for{;o, but a friond of .mine, who  was thoro, told mo that tho path  nlong tho side of the gorgo Is in  jiIiicoh perilously narrow and carried  across precipices of such appalling  character tliat nt ono point a servant  of hln, who lout his footing, foil a  milo in vertical height, and wuh, of  course, smashed to atoms.  Ono sido of Nanga Parbnt Rinks to  this gorge by a sorlos of rldgt������H and  ravines���������thnt is tho Chiins side. Tho  othor two sides M tho mountain, for  it is on a triangular huso, aro like  wlno defined hy long valleys, ono o{  which Is filled by tho grout Turshlnij  glacier.  Loaded In 1082��������� Fired tn 1010.  A singular accidont has occurred  at Fort Kaid Huy. Mossrs. I'anoiH  A Co., of Alexandria, purchased  from tho Government somo old cannons, with tho object of molting thorn  down, As thoy woro hoing dismounted n choree, which hnd nnnnrently  boon left in ono of tho cannons sinco  tho event of 1882, wont off with a  torriflo report. A French workman  unstained such 4 terriblo injuries thnt  his lifo h desprfired of, whilo tho son  of Mr, J'nnoill, a youth of 10, was  nlso sorioiisly hurt. Throo nativo  workmen in addition received injuries moro or loss severe, /  As a vermifuge there is nothing so  potent as Mother Graves' Worm Ex-  tnrminator,  and  it can  bo  given  to  3-THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY���������3! ^ most tlolicate ohild without feftr  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"  leaves Winnipeg daily at 22,10k, making connections' at   Toronto   for   all  points East and West thereof.  The "Imporial Limited" leaves Winni  peg daily, nt8,2l)k, nnd the "Atlantic  Express" at 19.00k daily, making con-  noctions  at  Montreal   for- nil  points  East thereof.  Apply  at tho  nenrost  C.P.R.  Agent  for full information  Mothor: "Oil, Hobby, I'm ashamed  of you, I novor told stories when I  was wns a littlo girl."  Bobby: "Whon did you begin, then,  Mummiep"  Weak. Sickly Babies  Make Home Wretched  No home is hnppy where thoro is ft  sick baby. Tho sufferings of tho lit-  I tie one makes tho whole household  wretched, for what motlier* or father  would not rather suffer themselves  thnn to hoo tholr jittlo ono suffer,  But thoro is no ronson for wretched  homes bocouso baby Is ill. Baby'H  Own Tablets will euro nil tho minor  ills of babyhood find childhood! not  only thi't*. but nn oocasionnTdoRo of  tho Tnhlots will keep bnby woll,  Thousands of mothers havo found  happiness through tho Tnhlots making tholr littlo ones woll imd happy,  Among thorn in Mrs, ,0, .0. Boo, of  Georgetown, Ont., wlio writes: "1  onn heartily'recommend Baby's" Own  Tnhlots as a help to the hahy during tho hot summer season, Wo hnvo  used thorn nnd nro much plonsod with  their results." Tho Tnhlots nro sold  by medicino dealers or by mail nt  to cents a box from Iho Dr. Wit-i  limm' Mi.-dJcJjji: CY*., Bri'tlu'Hlc, Out,,  Whon you stnnd on tho doorstop of!  lovo always get past into the hall be  foro you givo tho hollo a ring.  of injury to tho constitution,  "It scorns to mo that our now maid  ought at least to know how to Borvo  wntor, if she was six years with her  Inst  employer."  "Woll, it's not surprising, dear, I  know hor last employer."  A Pill Thnt Proves Its Value.���������  Those of weak stomach will find  strength in Pnrmploo's Vegetable  Bills, hooans-3 thov sorvo to maintni"  tlio healthful notion of tho stomach  nnd tho liver, irregularities in which  aro most distress}���������?, Dyspeptics nro  woll acquainted with them and vnlue  thorn nt- their pronor worth. Thoy  havo afforded relief whon other pro-  nnrniloris havo fnilnd, nnd hnvo of.  footed cures in nilmonts of long  stnndinor whero othor medicines wore  found unavailing.  Whnt Else, Indeed?  At breakfast recently, Andrew Car-  negio indulged in* a pieco of plo, A  diet reformer nrosnnt remonstrated.  "Why, Mr. Carnegie," ho snid, "do  you oat ploP"  "Of courso," replied tho noted phll-  imthrnpist benignly, "what do you do  with UP" "  A Premature Thank-Offering.  Viscount Halifax is himself ejecting  a memorial to King Edward VII., ia  the form of a large cross, outside tho  main__entrance__to__Jhis_deinesrie  Doncaster.    Born  seventy-one years ago, the son of Sir  Charles Wood, who filled nearly every  hign post in the Cabinet except tno  Premiership, Lord Halifax has been,  president of the English Church Un-  ion for' forty-two years, and last year,  it will be remembered, he was presented by the Union with his 'portrait, an address ^from 1,400 subscribers,- and an eighteenth century silver-  gilt chalice. The latter is used ia  his lordship's private chapel at' Hie  kleton. At ono time LorcT Halifax was  kept busy issuing contradictions that  he was about to "go over to Rome."  , Onco however, he had a good laugh  ! over such a ennard, when n Churchman of opposite sympathies was so  delighted to hear of tlie socession that  he sont his vicnr a thnnk offering.  There is no information as to whether  this was returned, ln 18ti(i Lord Halifax worked in London among the oho-  lera sufferors, taking lodgings in tha  City and becoming associated with  Dr. Pusoy. Besides Hickloton HnM,  tho Viscount has another seut in Yorkshire, Uiirrowby,' near fcStninfor.l  Bridge, a delightful-old houso, full of  long, mysterious passages, quaint panelled rooms, and odd corners, and  which has, it is said, a secret apartment. '<  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AMD CHILD.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been'  ustd for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of  MOTHERS   for   their   CH1LDRBN   WHILB  nearj TEETHING,-with-PBRFKCT-SUCCESls.���������IIUI'������������������ the   Metropolis I SOOTHES the CHILD, 80HTEN6 th* OUMS,  * -      ' ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the best remedy for DIARRHCEA,   It U ������o-  solnttly harmless.   Be sure and msk for "Mra  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other  kind.   Twenty-five cents ������ bottle.  DR. WINTERS  Cures all chronic disenses, Write  him. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing.  BOX 216.      NEW YORK CITY.  EVERYTHING IN KNITTED GOODS  Coat Sweaters, Underwear,. Scarfs,  otc,,! for Mon, Women, ond Children,  from 50c. to $10,00. Highest grade  goods at loss than Wholesale Prices.  Mail Order Only, no travellers employed. Send ensh with order, goods  mailed snmo day. Money refunded  if not satisfied. Catalogue'No. 4 now  ready,  STANDARD   MAIL  ORDER  CO.,  62 Bay Street, Toronto.  Minard's Linimont Co,, Limited.  Oontlomt'n.���������LaHt winter I r ceived  gri'iit benefit, from tho nun of M1N-  AUD'S LINIMHNT in a m'voro nt  tack of LnGripno, and I havo f>o-  ijuently proved it to bo vory effective  in cases of Inflammation.  Yours,  W. A, HUTCHINSON.  A Flih Festival.  Thero wero harvest festivals In  many churches, but it wns loft to nn  ancient London' city church to do  ���������omethlng unique. Largo quantities  of fish wrro nmong tho harvest offering* at Bt. Magnus tho Martyr, nenr  London Bridge. Tho church Ib in  immediate proximity to BiIling8>}nto  Visit Market, and this accounted for  the ynuiual nature of the glfti.  ,   D0DDS\  yKiDNEYy  iyjj,*vrl LL*J   ^rS  Mr. Penn���������Thoy say tho streets In  Boston nre frltrhtfuHv errwiVo.-P  Mr. Huhb���������'Jhoy are.   Why, <io you  know, when I tlrst went there 1 could  hardly find my way around. '  "That mtiHt be embarrassing!'"  "It is.    Tlio first week I  wuh tliere  I wanted to got rid of an old cut we  had, nnd my wife got me to take it  !>) the river a milt; nway,"  "And yon,lost tho cat all right?"  "Lost, nothing!   I nov. r would hnve  found my way homo if 1 hadn't lulluw.  ������d tho cat!"���������Vonkers Statesman.  ������"inrTri  H        ... I   .!,������  Farmer (Jile������ (who hns just enshed  a chock)-r-I don't think the money's  right.  Tin" CrtRfifflc* Would you tuiiul  counting it again, air; 1 think you'll  find it correct.  Farmer Giles (having done so)~  )<*, but you b<������ cartful, young man;  ������l������ only jutt right.-Bketch.  A Butler's Meal, With Marqult.  Tho distinction of being England's  oldest niarquis belongs to tlio Marquis of Abergavenny, who hns entor-  od upon liis oighty-ntth yoar. It win j  Lord Boaconsfiold who paid a high tributes to his abilities, and doscribod  him as jjossossing tho romarkablo  qualities of "fiery onorgy and porfoct  s-'lf-control." Throughout his life ho  hns boon n stalwnrt nnd active Conservative Ilo founded tho Constitutional Club, nnd wus tho lirst Grniul  Councillor of tho Primrose Loaguo.  Lord Abergavenny has boon a keon  spoilsman, and at one timo was ond  of tlio best shots in tho country, whila  ho hunted tho Kridge pack for ninny  yours. Tho Novills nro n, fine old fain,  ily, who trace thoir lino back to William tho Conqueror, and claim kinship  with tho Knrl of Warwick, who was  known as the "King-maker." Tlw  venerable Lord Abergavenny is notoi  for his democratic ways, and delights  in joining his employes at a festive  board, Onco ho insisted upon his hut-  lor sitting on his right hand, to that  worthy's perturbation.  Break* Motor Boat Record,  Tho world's ollieinl record for speed  on  wntor  was broken nt tho rocont  motor boat races at Monaco by thn  Puke of WoHtmlnRtor's powerful rnco?  Ursula.   This wonderful racing craft  i i   , ��������� ,.     i  ..,...,*-   .,,,   .������><_.<������/,i,   .->j/.:v'i  Ul  'io  iiuic.i  <IU  hour over * n rour^o about (out mile*  in length. Hho is 60 foot long, nnd hor  powor plant consists of two 400 h.������p,  ���������engines, giving her a total horse-power  of 800.  Important News  FUR   DEALERS  and TRAPPERS  CKI������D PUBS nnd RKINfl direct to  W..MRK who   KNOW   their yolue,  Wo huvo you monoy,   liocauso   wo  KNOW tlio Pur. Market,   and   pay  hlffliDHt   prices   on   liberal   assort-  ments.   Price lint especially arranged  for yonr territory.   It is YOITHR for  tho aHkbm.  Oonvlnco YOUUHEhP by  mnklnB iih a trial shipment.  We pny nil mcproNHnce, charge no  nnmmlHKlnnH; and remit promptly <  LEOPOLD     OA88NER     FUR     OO.  X4 Kast 12lh Ht��������� New York Oity  Capitalised nt t������0,OM.to  /?������=  fi  M,  At a dinner recently at which Mr,  Birrell was dining with some friends,  the conversation turned upon tho re-  puidtion from various standpoints of  Kngiisl' Koaiiorts. Which was tho  most wicked? The thoughtless ono  mentioned Liverpool titvl Bristol.  Whut did Mr. Hirrvfl think? "W'll,"  was the *oft answer, "it nap lv as i  vou say, but, you know, I waa born j  in the ono and represent tho olher."  t  Te Work on Empty Stomachi.  V. M. Butler hnd two coses of  hmtut: this tfti-h, hy name Samuel  Ornham and Edward WnHnfv, pr**'-  iumnbly from Toronto. Their tanks  wero emptied at the lockup for hoing  drunk and incapable, and thoy woro  allowed u������ return to work wllh codti.  ���������Code-rich Star.  Christmas Gifts at  Moderate  Prices  ���������re to be found by the "hundredi"  in our new 132 pntfe Catalogue jutt  Nuiied, Write for a copy it once  ��������� It will nrnvo n tfrenf help In  ReleetlnV nultnht* f\il*.  C, We pay all po������til end delivery  cb*r&tt~tu*r*ntet i������te delivery ���������  and refund the money if you ere  nnt   typrtr't'ttv   ������^������itrn>il    ���������������'!(������-.    )),r  totliil,  WR1TB TO-DAY I'OR  CATALOGUE  R  RYRIE BROS. LIMITED  OUmonU Mir(,iv������rtl������, <J*w*Ure  and llltwimlthi  W-13M3S YONCE ������T.  }t%. Kvitt.  IVe������idd)t.  TCR0WT0  IU������������r Kv������ii,  S*r,.Tre*������tif#r.  W. N. U., No. RSI i,  ������.������KV6mwiwt^������wriW^tt������,i^><w<wrtliWiaLlfAJ  r.  THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRjgglL^M^gH' ..!_  \9*xn -1   \.\'<-r\-   T I'pdav  hv   the  ������>ub isbmg   Company  TliU'|W|R'r  will imt 1������M   i'^f  'ivsivnii-ihU1 fur th" 'loiniitiisol" til'n-  mv, :i.-> mny :i|i[ii-:.v iu it!* eoltunn.-  t'i-niM  tillH* Ul titlli'.  "iliKSDAY,   Jan.   lltli,      l������.H.  cqast la.no district.  Dietrict ot 0<m?t, Uaiwe 2.  TAKE NOTIOK tlmt Edward 0  Town-send. *:ot Vnr.euuv.ir, B. 0 f  {���������entlotnun*; intends io apply'for per-.  miRPfon to jiurnhnso .tho followinu  dosorihod i:md>: tommpneiue uta  po*t planted about 7 milei*. north  aad.S niikn f^t of'the Kouthea-t  corner of CL 3858, thence south < SO  chnin?, 'hence-west 80 chain?,  thenee nonh SOchninn, thonce east  80 chains, to post ut commence*  ������������������want, containing (>40 nores, more or  >������." EDWARD 0 TOWNSKND.  Dated July 27lh, 1910.  l-JOPEttTUHRDIRTUl'TP  Dis-riot nt Hute t  TAK K v tie  tlmi Lx n Klpiim-r Jen1 in-  '    II. ut    .nll'iliv   fi li    i',, iiOCU|>tttioO,l������W-  ri dwouitui. iutoi.iU tn apply for permia-  s  >it> vure.leivii.   ju������ foUnwmt.' desciibed  ii. tg: - L.li. .loi,kiu un's S. E,  c n'tier,  0 iiimench,. at a post planted at ilw  n<iiih eaa*. o-rierot s. gtn-n 1, Township  "it, Iti-noe we t 1(10 ci.ains, theuce north  ���������.'8 uliains, nivri-diir loss tn Georgia LiUo,  iliiime east uUii-ytho Uko shore to Towu-  li v .ino, tinmen miuth 38 chaina more or  1 ��������� n io place tit oniuiiMicemeut containing  540 aurca, mnre or Uaa,  LILLA .BLttLNOll JHNKIHSON,  \Vm. Leslie, Ag������ut.  D.ted June 2!lnl, IMO.  HU PERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKK notion tlmt Sudor* Mae Loen'iti  of Vancouver, 11,1),    uccupatiou |\Vidow,  intoudn io apply fur permis-iou to. pur-  chiu������ ilie foil..wn g d scribed luud-: O in  liHUoing at ut iip't planted  about oue  mile north iiudiO ohmts east of the S. E.  cun'ifcr of.Section'4, Tiwuthip  8,   theiici-  ii' r: Ii 80 cnaint, tlionce east 80 ohi.i s,  tho.ee .until 80 onniii',   theuce west SU  ulttuus luplauiot commencement, coutnu  ing 640 ucros, iumiv . r less, ..)  Scnbfcd ������������n.jiii t KMLV 8.W. corner.  Esbor.iMab Lkeson,  * ., **   Dun Clai'k, Agent.  DnM December lltli, 19lO.  LAND ACT,  Form  No-������.  ,  Form of Notice.  Coast Diutiivt,  Dimuot ot Range 2.  TAKKnotide tlmt Willium Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation Kugiuoer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase tho  following described lnnd*:������������������  Commencing at & put,t plnntod on tbe  beach about oue and a half milea St������utb  t*ti.t from the South li^et. conn r ot O. L.  31)68, theuoe North  eiRbty  (30) etmus,  thenoe Ku>t eighty (80) i-1uii-b, thenou  South (80) uluiua, theuoe We.t (80)  chains, to point of oowinenotineui, continuing six huudred und forty tui������n, more  or Iubh,  WILLIAM LKEK  N������uie ut App.lO-.iuc  Dated June 4th, 1010.  nnriltcist corner of No 6. being four  miles north ol tbe smiths est corner of  N������i, tbence m.rib -So chains, tbence.  -.vest 8o chains, ihence souih So chains  itbence east 8<������ chains to tbe point of  commencement, containing <Ml������ ���������icres>  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4. ������9'o-  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  COAST LAND J) '.STRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICK thut. Frank *W.  Leeson, of Vr.ncouvr, B C, broker,  intends to applyj^r permission to  ...purchase the  followi* g   denoribed  lands:     Commencing, at a   post  planiod about 7 niiltv mirth  and 2  miles"east of iheeouU*. a-st corner id  ���������'CL S358..thence  i orth SO chaina,  thence east 80 chain?, tlionce.* nouth  #6\*.Vi:\inp.*��������� thenco. w������^i SU chains, to  post of comiTiencemei'.i, containing  ',640 ncrf-s, more or.!������-.������..  FRANK'AV LEESON.  Dated July 2TA), 1910     .'��������� ' *:.:   '     ���������  .../"    COAST LAND :l������LSTRIiiT.  Diatrict of Const, R arise 2.  TAKK notick that  llsorga . More,  of Vancouver, B.C', broker, intends  to apply for permtsj-i.i'ii/io purchase  the ioliowingdcscrilieil,tands: Com  ~~i^iiCiIigTra*pMt^l^ir-od���������ahptt t-7-  miles north and 2 tiHec east of the  southeast, comer of Ch 3358,'thence  north 80 chains, ihm're wei������t_ 80  chains, thonce eoinli 80 chains,  thence east 80 chain-* ��������������� poet of  conmienceaieiti, comaining 640  ttcrea, niore or leas, okorob more.  Dated July 27ih, 1910,  BUFEUT L.\^D UWllUCr'  District of Rii|j it,  TAKE NOTICK that  Kiwird  Dyke,  of BitifihamU'n. NY*, cu ch mucin ei <1b to  apply f'ir  peruiinaion to pn.'uiu������u tha fol-  lowniR deserinud IiuhIb:���������C-iuinuueiuuK uc  a p st ptiiiitd *  milo*    went    ot    tho  (outh etiot O'imor otiSio i n -2., lownship  29,'li������n(>a wo ti 80 ohau i,  ill uoo   noiitli  B0 Chilian,  theuce euHt Sil  luiaiiii-, tntuoo  north BU uh.'.tfl to phuu i.i o niiinuusouient,  ... aouui .um 610 nuros.'more or hn*.  ,   Suriliud on pimtED'ti N.K, oorner,  KmvARti Dykk  Dau Clarli, Agout  I)i>t���������d Peoemtier l������th. 1910.  'UU PKKr LAND DISTHICT*  District of Rujiert.  TAKE NOTICE- -that-William. Kend-  rickTa>ker. ������t VnnoouverB.C. manufaotnr  e^ ������Koat, iuttiuds to upply ior permi-aion  to purchime iliji fullowiuK dtsoiibed Inndu:  CominenciiiK nt a poit plaute't. about 1  mile mut of the uorthwent comer of section 18, Towiisnip 9, thenco east 80 ohaius  thftuoH HOiith 80 chain , theuc-i wo^t 80  ehitinn, thenou uortli 80 chsius to plaice of  cummenc bunt, containing G10 ucrtS  moro tii: lew,  Scrhied on po������t WKT'a'N.W. corner,  William Kkndkick Tabker,  Dau Clark, Agent.  Dated D- cellar i9ih, 1910.  IAND ACl\  FormN������. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coiet Diuliict,  D'ritncb of KunRe 2.  TAKE uotice that Veuia Leek ot Vancouver, occupation  S^matcr,  iuteud* to  apply for per������nia������i u to purchaatt the following described lands;���������  Conimeuoing at ������ post planted nt the  North West corner of No. 1, thence Went  fiitfhty (80) chains core or le-a to C. L.  3358, thenco North eighty (80) chains a-  lon������ C, L. 3358, the .co East oghy (80)  ohuins, tbeiacu South eighty (80) cb������iu������,  tu tbe poiut of coniinuiiceineut, coutain-  ing six bundted and foity (iU0) ucie������  more or lesa.  VERNA LEEK  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  ���������RUPHIfl' LAND DISTRICT  tWsti-icttt Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that Iaabella Monk-  hou������e, of Vancouver'iV B. C, tfeles  ol rk, inten is to apply for permission to  purcluiBB lie lollowuiR (Usoiib<d lands',���������  C������mmenoii*4! at a poat pUnted ac ho north  wes'/<-roti������rof SectiVn 35. Towusliip 20,  thonce aout'i SO olmina, the ice emt SO  elniiia, tbi.iiin north 80 chains, tbence  wwt 80 ;li I* r, to \>lafia of commeiice-  inent, co*jliiinuig(54()������cree,iQOieorleas.  ycrib^doh post iM'aN W. corner.  IIUHBU.A MONKHOOSE,  ' Dan Clark, Agent.  D.ted D^eember 10th.  1910.  RUPKRT LAND Dl^'UlCr  Diitrict of; Rupun.  TAKE ^OTIOB tU'tThoniiW Fred^riok  Tasker,  dt Viincnuv������r, i������.t;., iclograph  oper tjiiiiitniula  to upply  tor  purim*-  ptou to  pnruliJBO' tho foli.>wiii*i denoribod  lnr.dS! -Comnifiiioinj ut li imnt planted lit  tho nonh wo.t ooruor i.f S o i ������n 18, town  ibipO  tliomo south 80 ilinna, the.no  east s������ oh.iiu, ihenco u<)r h ISO ohuiiiH,  ineiice wo������t 80 oluiluH t > p lU'oct noi.-  inoooeiuoii', mmtnmug Oh tiuroa,. mord  or K'Hs,  Soribudon p >-t TV.'h N.W  e'mor.  Thomas'FiiBDitutcit iahkru,  lit., ilia.k, Agout,  DitedDicomlnr lOtli. 1UI0  UUI'BUT USD DISTRICT  Dial net of  lliii|i'rt  TAKK i oii co that D-Ua llrooicB.  of N'anoiumir, 11, CJ., Marvicd  woman,'itt'onila to nyniy lor por-  mlBuion to inuchflfO tie fnllowing  tlcKorihed lautlHt���������Coiumuncirtg at  pnHt planted at I lie iumi Invent cor  nur of Seciion 80, Townahip 9,  thence cam SOcbaitiH, h-mcu ninith  80 cliirni-, ti h co wrr, bO chains,  thuuci' mirth H'l chr.iiih \<> placo of  iijiiiniticDiiiunt coiitui ini; 0*10  hci'i'H more or U'Br*  Scribed on ]������o*l D W  N. W  cor.  DKI.bA IiIHH'KH,  Dun Ulurk, A*;oiit,  1),Um1 necnilvr 17 li,  IW1H.  UUPSIlT LAND  DlSL'UIOr  l^i-inui nt li������ pi-0  TAKK noiicy ihiu II chmoml  ( hurlf Vi h oi S'aiifouvi'r, H, C.  ttr.iker inti'i.il-< iu npi'ly for per  mwion to purt'.li.iie ilt������* fohnwing  lif'cribed hinili-:--C',on nm i-iii^ ivt  ,  -tii.)x, pi inU'd ������i   ]   p >*    i.������i weiiii  ,.' \i.\t IKk, T.nvn -liipD iui.l $vrl-  l Ml,Tuwni-h'p -Ci ih '.rts wivt 40  n.-iiiv. Mifi'V otiiii iU cii.iii.%  Ut������nc������i <vt-i 4i������'driiii-, lu'Oi'ttniuih  B(t K.i.iin*������, ii ���������ui*������' ������������������ui'" -4<> ftMh-ii*  ������ti������To������ nonh 10 chaui.-, *ht-i.- f fn-'  ���������i') rliifi-1������. th< tin* .iiitli Hi'di.tiio" I-  plltCUOf I'OHQl''   M-l-Ont   IMII  -li'lil*1.!  6 JO .crri- t.i-itf or !<���������--:  Hcri'nil i.ri pn������t It������' ti*- N K ������������������������������������r.  lticiiMosn Chahi.w f-m  Ihu Ciin-t. "iu������fiit.  pi-ed D������h*ui -rr lit ������i. U������M������  RUPERT LAND DISTRlOTT"  , -   1)-ti ict ot Rupert.  TA KE NOTICE that I. Kdward Thorn  lev, 11 Vniicouve, B.C., occupation, Trav-  e hJi'. i temlfl to apply tor permtB������i������n to  i-u*ehisH pie foilo*iugdetoribeil lands:  C-mimnohig at a pout plauted nt th.  i orth emt co; ner nt Stotion 12, Towship  21, 'het.ee mstSll ohaina, thence Bnuth  40 obitiiiH thii cu west 45 obninn more or  us. tn 0'or^iu Luko, "thonce wt-iterly  uiohk iioitli hiiom of lake 95 chains, more  or Ub*. towbere H-.iution liue hew* en Sec.  12 and 18 ii'iterat'-eta la'.-e, theunu easi (iu  ouuiiiM nsiire ur lem to place of coiiiinemn  iwiiiit ii.iioi'lb. d mi po-t 80 oh una to N. E.  coruer, H Tbo..ii y, coiituni-g(140aurei*  mora or leu-. EDWARD THORN LEf.  Wm.Ledie, Ajjent.  Dated June 28th, 1910.  iANDACr.  .     ��������� Form No. 9,  .''. * "'.* "~**  Poi in of Notiee.  Coast DiBtrict,  y    District of Range 2.  TAKE notice that'Elauor Leek ot Vancouver, oocupa.ion Married woman, intends to apply for permUeiou to purohae-e  the following desuribed lauds;���������  Coaimencbig at a post planted at tlie  North West coruer of No. 1, thence Nurth  eighty (80) cbaine. thence East (80) chaiu*.  theuoe South eighty (80) ohaina, thenoe  Wost ($0) cbniua, to point of commence-  mentTcSntaining six-'hundied aud foity  aci*������, moie or leea.  ELANOR LEEK  Name ot Applwai.it,  Dated Tone 4th, 1910.  Form of Notice.  Coast Distr'tcL,  District *������f Katme 3.  TAKE NOTICE that Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, ocouoatmn engineer, intends  io apply Kir permission to purchase lbe  following described lands; (^ininenciiiK  at a posl planted at the northeast comer  of Ni>4(beinK three miles nonh of the  io'uiliwesi coiner ot No l) tbence nonh  t$o chains, tbence east -So cluins, thence  south 8o chains, thence west 8o eluins,  to ihe point of cwmrnencetnem. containing six hundred and   torly,  640,  acres,  moreurlesi.      WALTKU LEEK,  Name, of Applicant-  Dnted June.4, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coaat Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Burton Hollaed, ol Vancouver; ooenpation, ao-  loMintaot, intends   to apply for p������r������  miision 00 purchftBa the following de-  notibed lands: ComtaenoinB at a. mi  piloted at tba nortb east coiner of Ko  12,  being four  milei norm and  two  milts west ol the south west ooiuer ot  Mo. 1, thence nortb 80 chains, ttatnee  msi 80 obiiitsi.ttaeuoe south 80 ebains  thenca east 80  chains, to the point ol  o mBienoeuoaot, ooutaluio| 040 acres  mow or !*���������������.  BURTON HOLLAED,  Name oi Applicant.  Dated Jane 7th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Ooast Diitrict, Range S  TAKE   NOTIOE   tbat  John   M..  Sttwart, oi Vancoavar, oceopatiou car  penter, intends to apply for   perroii-1  aion to purchase tbe following deicnb-  ed ' lan0������:���������Goaimeaeiug   at a   p<*tt  planted a������ tha northwum eorner ol No  11, beiug three tnilei nortb and three  miUs^reit oi the southwest oorotr ot  Nol, thence uorth 80 ohaius, tbvnee  west 80 chairs, tlence south 80 chaina  tbence east 80 chaius. to tha point ol  oonmvnaewent, coutaioio(i;*MO aeren,  iuoi* or has. JOHN M.8TEWAKT,  Nam* oi Applicant.  Dated Jnne 6,1910.  KUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Dwtrict of Rupert.  TAKB NOTIOE that William VVnilmnn  Sheppanl, it Vauoouver, B. C, cabinet maker, intoiul-. to apply fnr permission tu tmrbhaSQ the following dtiorilied  iHiidm-Comn oncidk' nt a pjat planted nuu  milo Ment of the Hoiitheattt,/oorner of .See*  tion 24, Township 21, tlieuue norlh 80  ohdnH, tlience wwit* 80 ohaina, thenoe  BOiuhHOolmi :n, thenoe eu t 80 chaina to  place of oonHiwiicouient, oontaiuing 040  iioruf, more or 10 a.  Soribed ou pi *t W W S'b S V��������� corner.  iVlLLtA.ll W.*\0MAN Snai'PAItll,  Dan Olark, Aye.it.  DaUdPoceiulier l������tb, lV)t0.  LAND ACT-  Form No. 9,  Form of notice.  Coast District Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William H,  Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, Ren-  tleman, intends to apply tor permission  to purchase the following dcscribeil  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the nonh east comer of No. 6, beinn  iour miles norlh of ihe south west coiner  of Nu.' 1; thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  theuce west 80 ohatns, to the point of  coinmcncenieul, containing six bundled  and forty acres, more or less,  WILLIAM H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 41b, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No,9.  Form oi Notioo.  Coast Distriot, Range 2  TAKK NOTICE tliat Alex F Bratn-  oer, ol BoHtou, occupation enrioeer,  intends to apply for per mission to pur-  chaan tbe following dtscribed lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted M the  northeast ooiutrol No 12, being lour  miles nortb and two mile* west oi tht  ������ittthw������ st corner ol No 1, th*nee north  80 obaiua, thence east 80 ohaina,  ���������.hencesouth 80 ohaius, tlience went  80 ahaius, to tbe point ol conitneooi-  meui, containing (540 acres, o-ore 01  |������k ALEX F.BREMNER.  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 7,1910.  HUPERT LAND DISTRICT  DUtriot of Hupert,  TAKE NOl'UJR thnt Lillian Rboppnrd,  of . unuuUTi-r, ILO,, married woinau. in.  temlH to apply for poiuitHMuii to jmrohu-o  ihu lollowlng d noiibud UiiuIh;���������C >mmen  omg r. a po������i planted at the h ulli eaat  o'.nnrol Btctinn '21. Township 'Jl, thuuu������i  m rtll 80 chnini, thonce weut 80 eliulns,  tlieniiii Hou'K HOchuiiu, ihonoo emit 80  oh 1 iim t ��������� i'i joo oi uonunatoiiutiiuuiit, u'ou-  tuimm il'lO ii'irei, moru or limn.  Nfl-ibisd uu p at LS'n S.K, corner*  Lll.l.lAH SlIKl'I'Altl),  Da> 01 iik, Aitimt.  Dutfil Deemnbor l!l h, 10,0.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Tbo great Uterine Tonle, and  only wife emiiitual Monthly  lU>tfulntoren which women can  'Mutual Monthly  ' ' o  a  ,fxontsai_\i\.]������!>*������  doiieiul Polrt In tlireo di  ot Nirtngtli-So. t, 81 j No  "0 duirroua utrotioor, \i  Cfljuiu, ift per  "���������-  :Uta,"  1 mtximl  on. ruculi  or ae*t  "   rloe.  nruiialil on, rueulpt of pt^..  .- .. - ������ Fvooj-amiiblot, Aaartw/ TlH  ���������5nifcM������lflHHCB.1T<lfinMT0,(lNT. Vormtrlv fVintttuff  The tli'tnt KiiQlUti,  iirinnia.  Touiw nud InvlffuriueHtliu w liw  iiurvuus ������y#toiu,  imlteii   iiha  HlviXl In old Vi.l������,������. Vurta AVi"  wn IffbUlti/, Mriitnl uml flnitn ll'orry, Jk  'imitirMV, Ht'Xttnl trmltntH*. KihUiuiiih, tS,n 1  ,   * LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form nf No ice.  Coast 1Mb riet Rango2,  TAKE NOTICE th t Kuilieriue Brown,  ui oupntvon  widow, iuieuda  to apply for  p rmisbion to puichase tbe Ldlo-^ing de-  isoridod lauds:   Oi-inin������iicii if  at a pi.31  plai.ted ut tha northi u t oorui-r of  No, 2  (lining two inilois uortb ot tlio aouth wet t  oorner otNu 1) thoiicu i.orth eighty [80)  MuiiuA,   thenco wot  <itfhty  (M0) cliaiiiH.  tbence Bouth eighty (80) olmiiin,  thenee  eiiir oigbty 1601 ohainu, t*i the  point 1 f  commencement, cuutuiuing ������ix hundred  aud forty [640) aerm, moie <>r lesu.  KATI1ER1NE BROWN,  Nuuio uf upplUaut  Dated .Tune 4,1910.        '"    lVn uTo I7.  Form No, O,  tornioi Notice.  Coast DiHtiiut.  .Dlntriotif l*angu No  TAKE NOIICE that Ai.nio Bremnor, of  Bimton, occupation ephiHter, intend* tu apply for pormb-ainn 10 puichnHo iho follow  log desodbed land: Commenoiug uta pout  planted nt the nurthmut coruer of No, i  [being two milm north of tho Hotithwedt*  omrnoir nf No. I) thonoo north eighiy (80)  uhaiuH,  thenoo cant tighty (HO) clniiii",  thouou snuth ciuhty (80]   oliauiH, thenco  we������t oiyhty [80) chains to point of cum*,  iiioicctiieiit, ooiitutniug lix huudroil und  fkjrty (010) aorei, moro or lm-H.  ANNIE RU.KMN13H,  Nnmo of Apphciiiiti  DidudJunei, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form ot Notice.  Coast District.  .  IMsirici of Range 2.  TAKE    OTICE that George'Wha-  ���������|en*foiA-'ancouver,-occupaiion._comracloi  intend1-- to apply for permission to purchase   the   following   described   lands  Commencing at a post planted about nm  mile west from the norlh west corner ol  Mb 2, being twa miles   norlh   and two  miles wcsi of the souih west coiner of No  1; thence north 80 cnains, tbence easl 80  chains, ihence south Uo chains, more or  LAND AOT,  Form No, 9.  Form ot Notice,  Coast Distriot, Runge 2.  TAKE NOTICE tbat Joho Moraw  ic, oi Vanoouyer, occupation construe-  tor. iutbiids to apply for permission  to purchase the lollowiug dtsoritwd  UudBt-Comnoeucingatapost plan������id  at the northeast corne? ol No 14, U*-  iog ti������e miles north aud two n-itte  west oi the southwest ooroer oi No 1,  tbfoco north 80 chains, thenee wett  80 chaics, thunoe south 80 ohaine,  thence east 80 chains, to the point 0?  commencement, coutaiuinit 610 acrts,  more or leas.      JOHN MOUAVIC,  Named Applioant  Dated June 6,1910.  LAND ACT."  Form No 9.  LAND AOT.  Form No. ������. Form of Notice.  Coast Diatriot, Rauge 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Alexander MoFhee  of Vancouver, occupation, earpeuter, intend* to apply for permiavion to purohat*  the following described lands:���������Commune-  ing at at a post planted at the uortli weat  oorner of No. 12, bain g lour mi lea north  and three wile* went uf the south west eu>  ner of No.l, theuoe nortk 80 ohainu,thenoe  weat 80 chains, thence south 80 chaiua,  thenoe eaet 86 chain*, to the point of com*  inuueemest, containing 940 aero*, more or  lew. ALEXANDER McPnEE,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June Gth, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 2.  Coast Diatriot, Range 2.  TAKK NOTICE that Naomi MoPhee,  of Vancouver, occupation, mui ried womnn  iuteudu to apply fur permission to purchase the following described hind*: Com  menciug at a post plunted at the uortb  went oomor ot Nu. 14, being five ii.ilaa  uortb and three milea west if t\\n south  west eoinor <f No. Ij thence north 80  oliuinn, theuce weat 80 eiiaum, thenoo  eouth 80 chains, thenoe eaet 80 uhaiue, tu  the ptiiut of commencement, coutaiii������g  t>40 iiei'eB, more or less-.  NAOMI McPHEE,     .  Name of Applicant,  Dated Juue 6th, 1910.,  Form oi Ni ice.    ,  Ooast Diatriot, Range 2.  TAKB NOTIOE that Joseph Mor-  ivio, of VH.������c������in*������or, occupation ougiu-  - t-r, intends to apply ior prrn vtnon to  uurcbase tbe tollv>wingd������������orH������cd lands:  Commencing at.a poat planted at tht  n^ribeast corner di No 14, leing B*t  ioiW'8 norib and two ovlee west of thi.  Ie-=s to C. L. 3358, thence west, 80 chains  B uthwfHtco������ndrol N< 1, th.nue nortb  LAND ACT,  Fnvm No, 9.  along said licence to point of commencement, containing C40 acres, more or less.  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  .mitttMU, Ufxitni lYNtitttraa. KinUmiiit, tii* i  wilfi-rhaw, uml JCffttHa it/Allium or KetnMfn,  i*ii������K vw.k I-ih ���������'��������� x.*-.-���������'*,   <'"(��������� ������.*niTili-nt-.ii. 1 ,x  wllluuro. fleli by nl' "  pluln pkr. on rooelpt 1  jomerlv WiMiitor)  . .... ..\k. w^J.-s.-"."; -.   "(���������'"������������������Tiiriii'nf.n,t.x  wllluuro. Bottl by nil clruwint* or ihm1i.i1 In  plain pkr. on receipt of jirii*a, AVw 1^1,1" Wit  *n.tim/rtt. Kt\a Wood Modlcln* Oow  " Toronto^ Om-U  11UPKHT LAND DI������*TIU0T  Diitrict of Rupert  TAKE NOTICE   that Adolnide  Enter  iliark    lb������wti,   of    llruokfieirl,   N.   Y,,  iniirrtid wnmau. tutoudi to apply for p.n-  niWiiort to pnrcli y* the folluwuig d������*i*rib'  till*mUi������-Ciiiniiietiuitigata pout pliuifirt  itiiiiitltw������it 0'������r>������r of H olinn 10, Town-  hip 9. thtnre uurtb  Ht) ehaim,,   tlienoi-  ii������tSOwti������in������,   thenee   m-etb  W) elnaiut,  llicn.ri ������#'4 SOo'iiainato pluce of comtueii*  mti'1 cfibtiiiiuiK Otti acnn m'o-r 11* lt-������,  Jkrit������*d m* pi.*  A Ri IV fl W  etir  Ant LAina Kh-i-ku   1.411K Hr'.wm.  lilt ad U-cumber 1'JUi, lli.U-  LAND ACT-  Form No. 9.  Coast Diitrict  District nf H.mge 2,  TAKE NOTICE that Edwin 1������ Brem-  nev, of Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following descrtped laads. Com-  niencing nt a post planted at 111c nuiiln-  eiint corner of No 4 (being tliiee mile;.  north of the southwest corner of No 1)  ihence noith eighty 80 chains, thence  west eighty, 80, cluins, theuce south  eigin>,t<*,-.lu;.;;, thencr'oi':! i-'n-hty 80  chains to point of commencement, con-  titiniiijt fi* hundred und forty [640) acres  more or less,  EDWIN l' HUEMNEH,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June.), lyiu.  ������i,n> .noil������������������������������������������.������������������������������MM������������������WM������������������  LAND ACT.  Form No 9,  Form of Notice.  [ ('oast DHttict,  District ot Range 3.  ! TAKE NOTICE that Helen Slum-  ��������� non, of Hoslon, nccupatinn married wo-  1 wan, intends to anply for permiisum to  ' p������ircb.i*r ihe following dcsrribeJ land<j  1 Coiiiiucniing at a  |h>si planted tx- fbi-  LAND ACT.  .  Form No. 9.  am am a  Form of Noiice.  Coast District Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE thai Robert 15. Ellis  of Vancouver, ncr.up:ition,brnkcr, intends  to apply for permission to purr.htise the  following described lands:   Couinuinting  nt a post plained at iho sonib west corner of No. 10, being u\o milc-t norlh and  two miles west of the south west coiner  nf No. 1, thence uorth 8* chains, Ihence  west 80 chains, thence smith 8w chains,  more or less, thence eai>t   80 clinins, to  point of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or less,  * ROWKkT 11. ELLIS,  Name of Applicant,  Diitcd June 4th, IUIH, _^  LAND ACT,  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District Range ,  TAKE NOTICE that John 0, Armstrong, of Vancouver, occupation, clerk,  intends to apply for permit don to pur  chasu  the following described hinds:���������  Commencing   at a post planted at the  north cast corner of No, it, being three  miles north and two milo*  west of the  south west corner of No. 1', thence north  80 chums, thence west 80 chains, thonce  thence  south 80 chains, ther.ro east  So  chains, tu. the point ot commencement,  containing 640 acres, more or less.  JOHN O. ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applicant,  Dated juue 4kb, i-tUi.  ���������   ���������  ���������  *���������11 r ir*r^^rrni������iarT^Brv~*TM~"*w***M**MM"T**M**^^^*'  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of. Nonce,  Coast District Range a.  TAKK NOTICE that Otttrud* ltd.  land, of Vaoeorwr, occupation, married woman, intends to apply for per  mission to tmrohasa tha following di-  setlbed lands: OommonoluKat a pint  {Unlet! at the north east oorner of Ni.  1, belug thrs.) mil*s north and two  uiiUs weat cf thf H. W errnrr ol Ne  1, tbanoa nortb 80 ohaina, thenee ami  80 cbai'* thHii<������aouth 80 ohaioD,  thrnco west 80 chains, to Ilie point ul  comnoniicemnu, contsinlng (HO aun s,  ratio or !"���������*,  GERTRUDE HOLLAND  r**ir,ti oi AppUoabl.  Dated June if, lUtO.  bO clia-iiis, tlience ea������i 80 ebaiui>.  t .enoo s ,uth 80 ouaiue, lti������nee wtit 81)  ohaiaa, to tbo point of eumnieiiei-  mtut cootiiininB 640 t\?.t**, more or  lesa. ' JOSEPH. MORAVIO,  Name ul Appli-rtot.  Datid Juiif 'V 1910  '\  LAND ACT.  Form No 0  Fr.ru*. ot Notice.  Cosst Diftiiot, lisuge 9.  TAKE NOVIOE tbat William  Maine<, ul Vancouver, oooupition (ore  man,intends to apjlj Ivir pii^i^ioc  tn pttrebaHe tbe followiiiK desucib' d  IkucIb.���������Con.menii u at u pouplauttd  at the uortliont curuor ol No 16, be-  ioB riiz. milea uortb and two mile*  west oi the mulbweft comer ol No 1,  tbenoe north B0 obninii, ttui.ee west  80 chains, thenoe muth BO chuiuf,  thouou t'BBt 80chains, loihv point nf  oommencemeot,ooDtsinini! 040 acrts,  more or lesN. WILLIAM HAlNKB,  Namo ol Applioant.  Dated June U 1010  LAND AOT.  Form No 0,  Form ol Notion,  Coast District, Range 2,  TAKE NO TICK that Qeorgo O,  Pratt, ol Vauoouver, occupation ao*  oouutaut, intends to apply lor permits 00 to purchase tbe billowing de-  Hertiicd landit���������Comomiri. gat a post  plaut'd at thu northeast aoroar ul No.  Oonat District, Range %  "TAKR NOTICB-that-l#wis^.L,anU,.of |  Vai.uouver, oeoupatioo, toretnau, vnttinda  to apply for p> rmitsiou to purebaso . tha  followiub lU-suriboil lands: Ouuuneiieiui>;  at a pust pUntt'd at th������ north ������*'t uoim-r  of No. IG. liking tix iii.Uh ni.rth aud turea  miles went of tbe south w,Bt ci.ruer of Nn  1, theivco r,<ir<h 80 oh������iiu, the ce we-1 80  ohainu, thenee smith  80 chain*,   thenuo  owt80 olmiiix, tn tli*- poiut of coninittno- .  meat, cantaiiivip040 i.orcs, more cr 1ch������.  LKAISJ.UULL,  Ni'Uieof Appliouut,  Da*ed June Oth, 1910.  LAND ACT,  Vorm No. 9.  Form of Notioo.  Count l)intnot, UnnuuS.  TAKli N0TIJ1������ that Alexamlor J. Stew  art, of Vano.iuver, uounpatio.t, oarponti.rt  intondu to apply fot peruiUbion to pur-  eliii-o tbe following dusurlbud Itinda:���������  Coiiiiuenclng at a post planted en the  ub .re ubout 2\ uiiUfi iu a. auvvth ea*.  torly direction from thu floulh wens corner of No. 1, thenco nm th 80 olmiiiK,  tbence eait 80 cluiuH, tlitinoe aiiiitb 80  ohiina tlience wdnt SO cliniitB, to point  of oomtpenooinont, containing (HO, aorea,  Wore or lon������,  AWCXANDKR J, STEWAUT,  NuiiAO ot Appliuant.  Dato Juno fltb, 1010.  LAND ACT.  F^rm No, 0. Form of Not.coi  Coast Dlstriut, lUn-je 12.  TAKK NOTICE  tbat  Kl'Z*b^h Jano  Huilih, of Vancouver, oocnpi������tioii, man led  woman, lutctidR to npply fer purungaiim  to purulm*-e thu following dosuribi.d binds;  Commouclug itt a gust plnntod nt tbe  -._,     ,        , ,        , south east uomer of No. 1, thonoe a.utii  18, buing sin wiles  north and twj. 80chttillH(moro w]m ,0t]mo���������Mi Uj)|(>  milea wast ot tho south weit cornt-  Nu 1, tbuuttu i.ortlt 80 obaltis, tlionce  eaai 80 chains, theuev soutii B0 otiaini-,  tbence west BO ohalti, to tli������nointo  01 mmeueeoieuk, QontaintoK W0 acre*,  mure or lass. OKOUUB 0, PRATT,  Name ol Applicant.  Datod June 0,11)10  SUB8CRIBK FOR TUB NKWH  0NIAONKDOIUUAYKAU.  LAND AOT.  Form No 0.  -mmsi.     ������-���������       ..".:...:  Formed Nolic������,  Coaat DUtriot, Ilanga S.  TAKR NOTIOB thir Da������e FtrBo-  Hon,ol Vsneouyfr,ocaupatloo bntober  \n\tnrXa   tn  appl?  lor prrnilislott  to  onrebsse   tha   lollowinR   dasonbeo  landi:���������Ooa.mancinsat a po<t planU-i  u������sr tba beach at tha srimweai corner  n| No 11, being two tnilss north  and  'hrep wlin weit oi tha southwtst oor-  nr������ of No 1, tbenoe north 80 chains,  thenct w������H BOflhsins, theaoa south  bOekHlm, morv or Im* to shore Una,  tbeuoe     cast    ^0    chains      along  ������hor������ Una If point of commencement,  oottilnlnit 640 sore>. trnra nt lew.  DAVE FRBUUSON,  Name ol Applicant,  1>������t������l J������tn* 6, lUtU  *.n*Biii.ia������*atie������ar * v_.______Tm___________a______________m  IK YOU WANT  GOOD MTU  GIVE US A TUIAL  00 aunt 80 chaiuH iiloii^ iiortluru boiiinla-y  of No, '20, tlienor north 80 ohaina, thenou  west 80 chaini, t<> pmntof uoniineuo^iiiuut,  ooutaininK 010 utiroc, mors or loan.  KL1ZAKRT11 JANK BMIXK,  Name of Applicant.  Datb Juno Oth, 1010,  LAND AOT.  Form No. 0, Form uf Noiioe. |  TAKE NOTIOK thai David Dawson (  Mllur, of Vaucnuvoir, oooupation,  csrpvn-  ter, intends to apply for ptrinlision to pur-  ohuso the following dsiorihed hudst���������Oeuill  meni'ing at a jKwt v**.u'������^ <��������������� "'������������������ '"  etui eorner uf No, I, thenoe north 80 chain(1  thenoe t-ast 80 oh aim, thenee south  Sir  ohftbis theuns west 80 ohaina, to poiut o|  oonnnenOBiiieiit, uoutalaitiK 040 sore  iiiorj  or liai.  DAVID DAW80N JtlLUR  Name of Applicsaj  DaUd Junt Otki, 1-aiO.  FOR SALE���������A   fiv������   routin������.i  liouno on hnlf lot. For further par  fif'iilar.q ftpply nt thia olHco.  FOIt  SALK-Smiiii   Promh,  Tvpewiitei iu   flwul onlcr.   C"  $125.09 will soil for %mM.  A  ply nt thi* otik'v. i>rV������ ���������  ".>', S*) <4T3T  ' APPLICATION FOK STORING WATER  (a.) The plaoe of the proposed reaarvoir  for atorjv^ Ojiuox Lako, B.C  (t.) The tntausby vhich it is propoaed  to store the wnter by a dam. at ouilet uf  Like. ���������-  (ii,) The area of therasorvoir site or  Bites at each foot in dooth above tbo outlet  i 8000 aores.  (v.) Mow is it proponed to acquire the  bind necessary for the purpose By purobaco  ifnteeBSary.  (w.) Approximately-tho number of tore  ���������fe������t inUuded t'i be impound* d 80,000.  (x.) Wnoiher it is proposed to lower the  wuter iu auy natural like or BUudintfbody  of water, aud, it ������<>, than���������  1. Tbo anticipated exteutof tho lowering Not lowered.  i. Tho means proposed to be adopted to  lower and rwrill .".'"','  51. The uuure and character,-in  detail,  of the work* proposed to be ooBbtruot������l to  provide tor tha-dischar������o and penning back  of the wa-or By oonoiete dam witb regu-  htiuu gtiua controlling the ditoharg*.  [Sigoaturf]  Wki.unc.ton Oollibut Company, ML.  W. L Coui.son, General Manag-.T. ^  (P.O. adireaa) Vicorin, B.C.  Jauuaiy ltith, 1011.  WATER NOTICB.  NOTICE is hereby given tbnt an  application will be made under Fart  V. of the "Water Act, 1909,". to ob-  ta*n a license iu iho Diviaiow uf Cuuiux  D.8 res.  (a.) The name of Company in full:  Wellington C Lie y Company,   Limited.  The boa 1 . fll.se Victoria, B.C.  The  capital,    lmw   divided,   ahowinu  am *uuit paid up S-'."00;O0CO divided int..  20,000 nhiiren Of fclui) .UU each fullv'pajd up1  (If for mining purpoBes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b.) The name ot lake, stream or  source (if unnamed, the deecriptlon  in) Putttle g) River.  (c.) Tbe point of diversion: At a  poi t above the (alls on tho Puiiil6d.se  River, Comox Di������triut.  (d.) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second):  670.  (e.) Tbe character ot the   propoaed  woiIm Grueratiug plaid., powirwo he, auci  eleeiiHo wdrks, and. plau a d other mach-  ���������iuery.nnd.eoiivenieucesutceBsary for pro-  duoing powi-r.  (J.) The premises on which the water ie to be used (describe same): On  or ni iho vicinity of the Wfllingt.iii Colli"  eryCo'npany'* Ltd. property nnd hold-  inja in Comox D -tiie.  (g.) The purposes on which the water is to he ued: Ceut-riithi'g eiautnoity,  and'or light, heat,;power, operation of  motor*, engines, and machinery of al. kinds  uud generally tor ih. exercise of all power.*  an l peiyileges of a po ver company uuder  PartIX. of abovo Aot,  (i.) If the water in to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place where tho water ia to ba  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point ot diversion and point of return At a convenient pluee below the  Stonghton F ils in tho vicinity outlet  Brown River, Sections 10 uud 14 Tp,, 9,  Uon.ox District. The point of ivturn is  about 1200 feet lower altitude than the print  tifdh onion.  (J.) Area of Grown land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works:  Nona.   ���������"  (k.) Thia notice was posted on tha  sixteenth day of January, 1911, aud uppl-  caiiott will be mado to the oommisdn..or  on the SSr'd day of February, 1011  (1.) Give tha names and addressee  ot any riparian proprietors or licensee who or whose landa are likely  to be affected-by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet'.  Wcl.hutin i ollioiy Company, Ltd,  Attach    copy, of sucb parts ot the  Company's memorandum ot awocla-  tton ns authorise "be propooed application and work*  (NlKDitiiro)  WKixtwroNOoUiiBinr Company, Ltd,  \V, Ij. Ooolhow, Gonoritl Manager,  (P.O. uildress) I    Viotoria, B.C,  THE  KEWi.:^ C*UmSeBLANI������>   BElfrlSBp COLOMBIA.  COPYRIGHT.  For Sale by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  .      -      FOR   SALE   BY      -      -  Waiworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  X020 Westminster Ave., Vancouver, 5* C.  A cup of,BOVRIL  will drive away that  feeling of lassitude so  common in warm  weather. BOVRIL  gives vigour and tone to  tne entire system.  BOVRIL  NOTICE  Any pweon or |>ersotiB, cutting,  removing or taking   any   blocta,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  Mlonging to tlio Wellington Col-  iery Co'y., oi; from or off tlie lnnd  of tlie said Company, will be pros-  edited to the fujl extent of tlie law,  W. J,. COULSON,  ,   General Manager,  Wellington Colliery Oo,y.  NOTICE. .  Riding on locomotives and rail  aav oar* oi the Union Colliery  Company hy any person jr p������r-  jona���������except tain crew���������i������? strictly  prohibited. Employees 're sub-  ;pc toi'isminsul for allowing sam-  By order  W. L.  COUI<SON,  General Manager.  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  Diatrict of Coast-  TAKE NOTICE that Davidson-  Ward Co., rjtd,, of Vancouver, BO,  lumbermen, intend to apply for per  mianinn to purchase the following  described Unde:���������Commencing at n  pott planted about 10 chaina north  of a stream on the eavt side of Cop-  per Reach, Loughborough Inlet,  about 3 miles from Towey Head,  thence eaat 20 chain?, thence -youth  20 chums, thence we**U 20 chaini-?.  to Loughborough Inlet, thence  norlh along the shore of Loughborough Inlet about 20 chaina to point  of commencement, and containing  40 sicren, more or le-pa,  Davidson-Ward Company, Ltd  Frederic L. Ward, Agent.  Dated September 24lh, 1910.  S.S."LLTHIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particularsappl^to���������-  J. B. HOLIES, Agent  orV  G. Ll. WOOpl1 Master  Phone 44, Comox, Li. C.  NOTICE i������ htroby Igivea that at the  naxl mettin^ of lh* B. ard of License Com,  uiiaiionera for ihe City of Cumberland. 1  intend to Apply (or a renawul of the wholf-  tale liquor liceusa held by 111 f, eituatad ou  lot C, block 15, Cumberland Townait^.  CIALI MUSSHTTI.  Dated thia )5>h d������y ot NuvaruUr, 1010.  MADE SN CANADA  R^^y^^V^^  C. H TARBELL  It la to the advantage  of' every housekeeper'  ; in.. Canada to use them  I Magic Baking Powder.  Olllctt'4 Perfumed Lye.  , Imperial Baking Powder.  , Olllett'a Cream Tartar. I  , Royal Veost Cakcj.  aillett'a Mammoth Blue.  Magic Baking Soda.  Gllletfe Waihlng Crystal.  MADE POR OVER  *0 YEARS  (EitaMlihid 1832).  E. W. G1LLETT CO,, LTD., Toronto, Ont.  {HIGH GRADE STOVES  2 And: all KITCHEN    UTENSILS  * Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  WINTER SCHEDULE.  Elective on and from tlie 3rd,  proximo, the following will bo the  full tcliedule of onr local mail  stcaiiiors;���������City of Nanaimo loaves  Nan .inio at 7 a, 111., on Wednesdays and Friday's and the Queen  City loaves Nauaiino 10 p. m., on  Mxii'days. Ciiy of Nanaimo leaves Coniox at 7 a. in,, on Thursdays and Saturdays. Queen City  ley ves Comox at   1.15   p. in.,  on  Tuesdays.  _____  Notice is hereby yiven ihat an appli-  lalion will be made in the Legislative As  jembly of lhe province of Ilritisli Columbia, at its present session, for an Act   to  incorporate a company with   power to  build, construct, maintain and operate, a  railway of standarl or narrow guage to  be operated by steam, electricity or other  motive power fsr the purpose of carrying  passengers,  logs   and   merchandise, ur  cither, from Harky Day os Port McNeil,  or   some  point between them, or some  olher convenient paint ne.tr theieto, on  the   east   coast of Vancouver Island to  coal H.irbor, on lhe west arinof Quntsino  RUPEUT LAND  DISTRICT  Din rict of Rui^n  TAKE no'ite that Bortn-ir. J;.mtt  Tasl er of Vunoiuver, B. O. occupation Express'' Manrfgcric'eiidd t-.  to npply fc* pe'iirsMoH to purchaeH  the I ll'i'Aiiig ue.-ciiiitvji huult-:���������  Couanei.ci g   at   a   )������������^^   planted  about 110 ch.tiDH Wt'?   of \hr.   b uih  Cd������t come    ot  Seciion  24, Township 21,   the ce   went   SU   ohaius,  thoiice bou>h'80 chains, tl ence ������!UBt  80 chain:?, theitce 1.01 th  80 chains  to placo   if  C"iiunencement,   containing 640 .icies uioie or lu*,*.  Scrihed uu po^t N-jJ V* N.E ccr.  Bktrtham J.vmks Tai-kkk,  Dutevl Deoenjhor,l4th, 1910.  -J.ANL) ItliGlSTHY ACT,"  In the matter of an application for a du-,  plicate cerlilicate of title to an undivided )i of Lot 233, Comox District  and an undivided _ of Lot S,  Block  2, except the east   22   feet   thcteof,  [map 522] Town oi Cumberland.  Notice is hereby   given that it is my  1 ter.tion at the expiration of one itionth  from   the   date of lbe  iisst publication  herfoi b issue a dnplicate certificate  of  title to above above hnds issued to John  W JJryden 0:1 the 20th of JulyJ 1907, and  numbered 14619c.  LandRegistiy Office) S- Y WOOTON,  Victoria, ll.C.       v Re������isirar-Geu������r������  Novembr 2nd, ifito)       of Titles  C(  NOTICB iiherthy givtu that at the ntxt  meeting g{ the Board of Lionise Comrni*-  eiune 8 of the City of Cumberland, I intend to apply for a reiie������Hl of tbe whole-. 1  Mde liqnor li- ou������ held by  in.*,. situated | ^'und- orrl,������ s������-������ie P^u,t 0l1 RuP������rt *Arm -  ������m lot li, block 7, CumLerUnii TowiiMto '"    ""������������������''"'"'", '������������������������������������������"������  FRANK 8CAVAKDO.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Marguerite  Leitch uf Vancouver, B.C.. occupation Saleslady, intends to apply  for permieeipn to, nurchane the following described hinds: -  Commencing at a poBt planted  at the n^rtheactcoriifr of Seciion  34, Township 20. thence west 80  chain0, thence south .80 .chain-*,  thence easi. 80 chain", thence north  80 ch-iins to "place of coujmei cement, containing 640 acres, more  or less.  Scribed on pos*!, M.L.'s N. ,E. cor.  ., Marguiskite i.Krrcn>\i  Dun. Clark, Agent.  Dated December 10th, 14)10.  Dnted thiH 15th dny of N weml>m-  1910  j   FAIRFIELD  |  i��������� STORE :  J. JACK,   Prop.  NOTICE is hire!*}- uiven that at tba  next meeting of ihe Bo<rd of Licouso  Coinmisiicneis of the City ol Cumber,  land, I intend to apply foi a rem will o(  the wholesale liquor license bold by nx*,  situattd i.a lot 0, block 7, Ouuiberl-ud  Towuciio.  ,       ; ;. VICTOR BONORA.  Dated'tliis 15th dny of November, 1910  Quatsino Sound, or to a convenient point  on Quatsino Sound, R.ipert Distiict, Van  en-uter Island, province of British Columbia; with power to construct, acquire, own  The Courtenay Hotel  Every conveniens forgueBte.  The Qential Hotel for Bportimon  No^e. but the Ilest of Wines and Liquors  ���������it the Har.  RATES        REASONABLE  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco,  Vancouver Ice Cream,  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  *  to  to  t  I  to  t_  I  to  to  Dunsmuir Avo.   Cumberland to  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  III] III l"U    .11 ��������� '���������tn".  John Johnston,    Prop  !  Kxtruot from the mumoiunhhm ov ahhooi  ATION OF TUB WKLMKOTUN Coi,MB]|y  COMI'ANV, MM1TKU.  (a) To aoipilnu by purohaie, (jr������nt, leano  ur iu .ny other iniiuuor wator or  riifhiftlu wuter .,''. ,,,,,  |d] To curry on tlio hiuinoeii ef   eloutalu llylitt heat and power mipply.....  [ 1) Tu mauuf kUtuio and nm uh a motive  powor electricity *i*il to uuuuhtiUiu  or iiei^uiru phut, uiaoliiu������ry, tnjyatniut,  ami mitorinlfl ot uvery kind for tho pro-  duouou nud dimrihutloii ul eleotriolty. ,,  t.i nuiier������t������, uio or dUpuae ot aupply or din- .  tril-ut* ������lfptrli>ltv  for UnlltiliR or |  Di'itive powir ond to ootmtruoi, lay'  down,  e������t*blliht   *������������'l ���������"y out  ethlai,  ��������� wiroR,  liuei, aooumulntora,   Inmpi ami  worki.  NOTICE TO THK PUBLIC.  Having built a Urge warelioutao aud mill  at Courtenay, 1 will in fir uro keep on  hand n Htook ot nil Klnil* of Hay, Grain,  nud Feed at lowcnt market niton, A  opoolalty will be mailo n( roller onmliod  feud tor liornii* whieh vlll make a iiivIhk  of imo third in tho co������t ot feoil. Onion  tfivun Uio lonmnter or Uy phono will ho  promptly lilltid, TliiuiUInu you (or your  putr. nnuu In the pant ond solloHlnR a aon  tlnuunoe ot tliu Hiuno on brotulur hntm, 1  hug to run.nln  Vonra to oommnud,  HYRON CRAWFORD.  I. [\l  Dealer in  ALL KINDS OF  i; Fruit, Candy Cigars  : [Cigarettes & Tobacco.  Bonora Block,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Distr/ict of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE that   William  Caldwell, of Lanark, Ont,,  mining  man, intends to ayply for permission to purchase tho following de-  scr.bedjlandp:���������Ciimmencing at a  pout planted ut the northwest oorner  of Lot 490, Carrinuton  Bay,   Say-  w 11 rd District, thence following the  north boundnry of   ot 490 easterly  for   40  chains,   thence  norlh  20  chniiiH, thenco west to the shore line  thonce southwesterly and following  tho chore line to tho point of com-  n.encemeiil, containing less than 80  aew,      William Caldwkll,  Jno, Munaon,iigunt.  Dated ^ov. 28th, 1010,  and maintSin^lmvVs"aiTd"docks"fn'con  neciion there wuh: and to construct, .ic-,  quire, own, darter, equip and muunuin,  steam ;iiid other vessels and boats, and  to operate the same on any navigable  >vaiers; and with all powers xiven by the  "Model Railway Hill;" un wiih such  other pdwersaud privileges usual or incidental to all 01'any of the nforesiid purposes!  BARNARD & ROBERTSON,  Solicitors for the Applicants.  Dated this 1st dav of November, 1910*  RUPKRT. LAN D  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notjpg_ l )jaj_Edna  Fh'j 1 er_  FOR SALENS milch cow*, all  tul)crculo8ia testHil, Guvermncut  yearly records of ench cow given,  also 2 colts and I aged mure, ouo  colt partly broken,  BAVSIDK, I Carter's Ranch]  Union Bay Road,  Spencer of Alum^ia, Cal., married  w.raan, intend* to apply for \ier-  miusion to purdiaee the following  described lands;���������  Commencing at a po������t planted  at the south' wfst corner of Section  2 Towmdup 21, thenee east 80  chains, thenco north 80 chain?,  thence veem. SO chains, thonce fouUv  80 chains to plnce of commencement, containing (540 acres more or  less.  Screed on po-t E F.F.'p S W.oor.  Edna Fisheu Sp������;nckti  Dun Clnrk, Agent.  Dated Decemher HVh, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT.  0    Go  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  fcTAKK NOTICK that William Y, Bmitli,  of Viiiuuuvor, occupitloti, cftrp������nter, In-  tuiuU to upuly (or pormlxiilnn to ptirflliane  the followii g .lenoribud laiNlii���������CominHio-  lng at a pott planted at tlit north eaat oor,  u������r of No. I,tlionoo north 80 ohaiui, thonoe  eaat 80 uludu*, thonoo iouth 80 ohainu,  thmwi want B0 abaini, to point of comur  rnoflment, oontniniug 640 am*, muru ut  law, VYILMAMF. SMITH,  Naineof ApylioAtit,  paled June Oth, 1910,     *  VVeolc-mul Horvloo botwoen Vancouver,  Nnnahiio, Ualon, Coraoi, hy the  Htoil Olydo built twin fioiew  Bteninor "COWlUttAN"  Salllim ns undor���������  Loavoii Vancouver, Batunlny fl p m  Arrives Nanniino, Batunlny 12 p 111  Arrives Union, HuniUy fl a in  Arrlvea Comox, Hmuluy Ham  ltotiiriihiff:-���������  Leaves Comox, Sunday 4 p m  Leaves Uu'o:. riuniky 5pm  Arrlven Kamtimo, Sunday It p in  Ai riven Vnncouvor Monday 7 a ia  fHnff* laavei Union tor Cumberland every Suinluy morning on nrrivnl ot "COW.  10HAN*," mul loaves CumtNirlard Hotel  .U X pin, cenueothig with m������uui ei  1 Ualott.  JOHN McLEODS  POU FIH8T-CLA88  CANDY, KRU1TH,  01(3 A UH dr TOBACCOS  Distiict ot Iluport.  TAKE notice thnt Hurry Patten  Archibald oi Vancouver, B C , om*  gltieer, intends to apply for por mission to purchaso the (following (lc-  ucrihed lands'.���������Comtiienclng at a  \ioti ph.ntoii 4 ohnins north of E M  Looaon's Bouthwest corner,  thenco  north 40 ch'iiiiH, thonoo west 40  oha'np,  thonce eouth   40 ehaim,  thenco onct 40 chains to   placo  of  commencement,    containing   lfiO  ncros, mor or leas,  Scrihed on pont H.P.A.'s B.E. cor.  HaUHY PaTH-JN AllCHIIIALI),  Dnn Clark, agent.  Datod Dec. 1 UK HMO.  SAYWAKI.) LAND DISTRICT,  District of Coast.  TAKE NOTICE that D.ividson.\V.ud  Company, Ltd., of Vancouver, B.C.,   occupation lumbermen, intends to apply for  permission  to lease the followitiR   described lands:���������Commencing ut a poat  planted at a point on Timber Limit No.  30610 on the enst side of Copper Reach,  Li>up,lib(>ioui,rl)  Inlet   about   10 chains  north of a stream on the said e^st side of  of said Copper Reach and < chain canter  ly from the bhorc line of Copper Reach;  thence west 20 clinins, thence south  uo  chains; thence cast 20 chains  more   or  lest to .t point 66 feet cast ot the  shore  \n)<\ of said Ccpper Reach; thence northerly 30 chains, but parallel 10 the shore  line of I.ouKhbornugh Inlet, tn the point  of commencement, and containing 40  acres more or lc*s, including all the fore  shore, tide lands* und lands  covered  by  water within the boundaries thereof.  AL  RED JOHNSON,  Aj?cnt for DavidnonAVurd Co., Ltd.  Dnted October iBih 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.   .  TAKE notice that Haiileo Aehby  of Vancouver, B,C , married wo man  intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described  lands:���������  Commencing at a post plnntod  nt the south oast cornor of Section  3, Township ;21, thence noeth 80  chains, th.hncc wopt 80 chains^  tl'cnooo south 80 chains, thence  enst 80 ohainH to place of commencement, containing 640 acre*  more or lesa       -*1  Scril cd on post, II.A.'h S,E, cor,  Haidkk Arhby  Dnn Clark, Agont.  Dnted Decembor 16th, 1910.  NOTICK ia horeby -givon that on tho Unit  day of Doonnilirr next application wilt >*>  mailn to thn Huparlntondent of Provincial  PnlieOi Vlalorla, for tho ranowal of thn hotel lieenaa to nil liquum by rotull in tlm  I hotitl known a* tb* Port A.ugnvta hntol, ait  I uateil at Comox, 11,C. J. 11 Hoi.mxi.  Dntod Ootobor 11,1010.  SAYWAKI) DISTRICT.  NOTIOK la horoby givon that on <ho flrnt  day of Uft-omlii-r n������it application will bt  mado to thi* Hupurintindatit of Provincial  Polico, Viotoria, for the uiiowal of the hull. I lionnie to aall liquora by retail in tlio  lioUl known a������ the Lnnie I10UI, tituiited it  Como*, it.n. .mr-i-j   I   l,r   n.  IkUii Uctober 11, 1010.  TAKR NOTICK dint elitv ditya ult.-r  Wtsto, T,   rliiirlixi II. Rtrutifj-H.   nf   Wh:i|i"  town, Corter. lelaiul, nuwmilloufr, iii'uml  to apply fnr pi'rmlH'imi to Ionic tlm follow  intfdeoriliod fornHhore:- (������oipinonuhig at  a post plnoeil at tho Hitrti wtttor mark,  alioiit llvn oliiiini nortlii-rly frmn the H,  W. ortrner of tho ff/intloiml H. VV, fpiart-  ar section 3(1, ������>rti7. Island, thence ran-  utui; in a aouthorly direolton f.illnwii-ff tin*  niea'iilor of tho aliourline to a point tmi  chainH koutborly from the wild H. W! enr-  n������r of the friictionul H. W, tpiarti-r miction !W Cortez IhIiiiiiI, and embracing all  the foroihoro therein dowu to low unttr  mark,  PnUd July Snth, 1010.  CHAS   If. HTHANOK.  VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.  Dis net of Snywnrd.  TAKE NOTICK tl U the Norh Puc'-  fir (.limber (Joinpitnv, Limited, of Ilarnet,  U.C,occupation lumber manufacturers,  intends to apply for permission to lc.i**c  the following described foreshore on  Cinnp'.ifill River, cmnnencinK al a posl  pl.inied at the ntu'thciM corner of lot 67,  ���������:lr,r]\i (I. ���������  C"  llif.lii.   iiiuiiK klKhu i-uC  reclion  for about 22 chains tc a siimII  isl.tnd shown on th������ pLn, tbence south'  erly following the short line of lot (>,, and  at a distunce of about 3 chums therefrom  tu a point opposite the noiihei.t   corner  ol lot til*, togelliur with the ar������i covered  bv water which fnruis i1ip eanterly  part  Ijmg between die island *nd   the mainland of snid lot 67 ns shown red on  tin*,  plan attached hereto hut 11 11������ interfere  with the navigation of ihe river.  TliK NOWI I'ACIHC I.UMIII H\C0, Ltd  Au'.x.xNtikit i;iuat.K*o.H, Auua.  D.ituil !5ih Otmher, 1910.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRIOT  Dl������trict of Rupert  TAKErio'loo that Gardiner Al-  iw>nder Bradv Spencnr o( Alameda  Cal., occuporion plumhor, intendd  tn npnly for pormiHcinn to purchpun  thn follbwlhd dopnrihod lond������ :���������  Cnmrninomg nt a pout plrtn������od  nhnut 80 chainn wnBt nf tho couth  ���������nut corner of Section 24, Townshin  21, lhan"o.wf*Ft 80 ohainp. ihcnro  aonih 80 chnini������, thi'neo rant 80  chuinn, 'hence norlh tn south onow  of Wolf LnUix thonoo wentorlv nlnnR  I'outh hIioic to,������������������ vtt-.fr t<m\ of 'nVu,  thenco en������t alori'si north nhoro nhnut  40 rlmlnf. ihence north to ntneo nf  nom'nonfo'ncnt, rnntnininK 401)  itori". moro or leig,  Hcrihed on pnst, G A.H.S.'������ NJ5  oornor.  Gardner Ai.kxandkb BnAi)*/  CJtir������;(*rn  Dnn Clark. Acer.t  Dated DivomW Mth, IfllO.1  "An Ad in the  News  pavs.    Try it.  NOTKT. i������ birt'by plvon that <mi i������ ������  flr������t dm* of Deoomhar nevt uppPo^'hw v 11  luMt-iidet* the Siiporintonilent of I'r-  vlnelnl PnHf������-������ Victoria, fer a renewal <-t  ���������lie hnti������1 le ������������������ F Iquor Ly rein 1  tn th-* hotel k* ��������� wn a������ ib* Malunpina Ht ���������  t'd <itipt (I "t T.ni������', Hfl    Vtttt Tiii'U*  hafadiktuhat It, 1010.  m *^������a^������ttfcU������fl*5imM&t������^������&niMM^^  stustsm  y  A  -^^v&ajzma^^f^,,i,tf_^j.������k&*M~i^^  ,    .>>'..> m    V^    ^Tr m   i ^...y    '"'i I.' i    ^  U������Mt������>MS������  _m%mm  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  IT IS NEWS WORTH  GIVING TOTHE WORLD  HOW   RAVAGES  OF  KIDNEY   DISEASE  ARE CHECKED   IN  QUEBEC.  LONG A MYSTERY.  Mrs.   Julien   Painchaud,     for    seven I  years a sufferer, finds quick relief  and complete cure in  Dodd's Kid-;  ney Pills. !  Yvhitworth, .Temiscou'hta Co., Que.,  (Special).���������Willi the .coming'bf winter the ravages of Kidney Disease are  again Mt in this province, and tlie  fact* that a sure cure is vouched ..for  in this village is news worth giving to  Iho. world.' Mrs. Julien Painchaud is  the person cured and she slates without hesitation that she found her cure i  in Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "For seven years my heart and Kidneys bothered me," .Mrs. Painchaud  states, "I was always tired and nervous. I could not sleep. My limbs  ���������were heavy and 1 had a dragging sensation across tlie loins. -My eyes had  dark circles under*'thom * and were  puffed and swollen. I waH so ill I  could hardly drag myself around to  do my, housework.  "A. neighbor advised live to try  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and I found relief in the first box. Six boxes made  me perfectly well."*;.*". ' '',  li you have any two of Mrs:  Painchaud's symptoms your Kidneys  are diseased. Cure them and guard  against serious, if not fatal' results  by usipg Dodd's 'Kidney; Pills.  Experts Could Not Agree on Material  of a Celebrated Glass Vase.  In the British Museum in London,  on exhibition is tbe Portland vase,  the masterpiece of ancient glasswork.  A chance discovery led to the rescue  of this magnificent urn from tho grave,  where it had lain for hundreds of  years, hidden and unknown. The vase  was  found  early  ion  the  seventeenth  He Did Not Need a Wife  Kansas newspapers are getting a lot \  of pleasure out of.this incident, which I  is said to have actually* happened in J  an eastern Kansas county. A farmer i  received a ' note from a young man '  who had been "going .with" his j  daughter. It read: "Deer Sur: Wood j  like your dauters hand in marriage.  She and me are. in luve. I think 11  needs a wife.   Youi s troply." j  The  fanner  replied by  letter,  say-;  ting: "Friend: Yo'u don't need a wife  century by some laborers,  who, dig- I You need a spelling book!    Get one  A soft answer may not always turn  away wrath, but it saves a lot of time.  Don't-accuse the old hen of working  tlie shell game because the egg is bad.  $100 Reward, $100.  The readers of this paper will be  pleased to dearn that there is at least  one., dreaded disease that science has  oeen able to cure in all its ��������� stages,  and that is Catarrh, Hall's Catarrh  Cure is the only positive cure now  known to the medical fraternity.  Catarrh being a constitutional disease  requires a constitutional treatment.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the hlood  and mucous surfaces of the system,  thereby destroying thp, foundation of  the disease, and giving the patient  strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature ingoing ils  work. The proprietors have so much  faith in its curative powers that they  offer , One Hundred Dollars for any  case that it fails to cure. Send for  list of testimonials.    Address:  J..-. J. CHENEY: & Co., Toledo, 0.  ���������Sold*-;by--dTUi?gistsr*"75cr������������������^���������'t���������~~  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ...  Tf you. are not prepared to diet don't  attempt to live on lovev, ; '!."  The foolish girl sighs to be the first  in a man's life; the wise one seeksto  be the last.   -��������� *  fulokly Htopa coueha, cares colds, heal*  Ore throat and limes. ������������������ ��������� .   -25 eanta.  It's cheaper to be married.'*than to  be engaged. .  Tn .the game of hearts,    when   in  doubt, always lead diamonds.  gin'g on a hillock in tlie neighborhood  of Koine, broke ,into a large vault.  On further examination it revealed  a suite of three sepulchral chambers.  In the largest room they found a finely sculptured sarcophagus, which.contained the beautiful vase. It was full  of ashes, but it bore no inscription as  to tlie remains it held, nor' has the  mystery ever been solved whicli  shrouds its origin.  and study it a year.   Then write me  again,"���������Kansas City Journal.  "Madam, if you had a child to weep  over," suggested the lawyer, "the alimony  might be bigger."  "But I have none."  "At least you have a dog?"  "Alas, no."  Then   there's  nothing  else  to  do.  nal.  The vase was deposited in the Bar- i^,0'11 haye��������� tor take tho"rubber plant  berini Palace, where it remained until |��������������� court- -Louisville Cornier- Jour-  1770, when the representative of tlie  Barberini family, a Roman princess,  ivas forced to part with it. to pay her  gambling debts. The vase changed  hands twice, then, it was disposed of  to the Duchess of Portland, but with  such secrecy that her own family waa  not aware of the transaction until after hor death.  At the sale'of the Duchess of Portland's collection it-was purchased by  her son, the :third"Duke of Portland,  ior the sum of $5,145, and it was deposited in the museum bj his successor. The vase was wantonly smashed  in pieces'by a������ drunken visitor, but  the fragments were, however, joined  together, but the* bottom, with its  mysterious figure in Phrygian cap,  was not replaced.  The material of: this case was long  almost as great a puzzle as the story  it illustrates. Breval refers to it as  "the famous vase of chaledony"; Mis-  son calls it ���������an 'agate; Bartoli a sardonyx; while Caylus and others correctly decided that it was made of  glass. The blue body was first formed,  and, while still red hot, coated over as  far as tlie bas reliefs were intended  to reach with semiopaque white glass,  the delicate figures being afterwards  cut down to the blue ground in the  same manner as with real cameos.  _     Jm.  ���������'...     t^___m  ������     *.       i>  '    j       ���������*���������'   ���������   **-���������      ���������'���������'      --       - '    -      -       * ���������      *- '    "    "���������     u      "^     ���������*-������������������������  P6S^9*������N������������-S^C^  RS:*W.\SJ  YEAST CAKES  MOST PERFECT MADE  We know and .users of Royal Yeast Cakes" know that these  are the best goods of the kind in the World. Bread made with  Royal Yeast will keep moist and fresh longer than that made with  any other.   Do not experiment���������there is no other "just as good."  E. W OILLETT CO. LTD. Toronto, Cnt.  Awarded highest honor* at all Expositions.  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For sale by all druggists.  India's Races Outnumber Those on the  American Hemisphere.  Hindustan has more nations than  the continent of Europe, aud more  races than you will find on the hemisphere of tne Americas, livery locality  has its own tribes and peculiar castes,  and here and there are peoples of  whom the world knows nothing, writes  Frank U. Carpenter,  Thenre is one great class known as  jungle people. Ihey live in the woods  about as savage as the na-  the Congo.    They believe in  Cures  INFLUENZA  CATARRHAL FEVER  PINK EYE  EPIZOOTIC  DISTEMPER  CHRONIC COUGHS  Booklet "Distemper; Causes, Cure and Prevention," FREE.   All draff*  gists, harness dealer's.  $1 and 50c a bottle.  $11 and $6 a dozen.   Dlstrlb-  utors-ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.  8POHH MEDICAL CO.,Goshen,Indiana, U.S. A.  Complicated  It seems that the Pullman- company  New One' on  Him  Visitor  (at  public  library)���������I  sup-  has decided that upper berths shall pose that when some sensational  be lower. The natural effect of this novel happens to make a hit you have  will   be   that   lower   berths   will   be  calls for it ad -nausem?  He���������"Let me kneel in the dust at  your feet, and tell you how much I  adore you." * *  She���������"I beg your pardon, sir, but  there is no dust on our carpets."  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  NERVE AGONIES  All Nervous Diseases Cured  by Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills.;  Nerves that nre over-worked or  ���������weak quickly. indicate their, distress  by pain. That pnin may be neuralgia or inflamed nerves, uHiially affecting tho head, but often Iho spine  mul limbs, It may bo nervous dyspepsia, easily stinted by Worry, excitement or weakness. It may he St.  Vitus dunce, a common affliction  among children, or neurasthenia, a  condition of gononil nervous exhiiun-  tion accompanied hy nou'to melancholy, Worst of nil thn pain may  signnl Uio curly -stages of paralysis  or nervous decay, All those, disorders signify Hint lhe hungry nerves  nro. clamoring foi' nourishment in tho  form of good, rich blond. The numerous cures of the above mimed norv-  oiiH diseases and weakness in both  mixi'.k by Dr, Williams' Pink I'ills,  nro iiocountod for by the fuel, that  thcH" I'ills ndually* inakii new, rich  blood and so supply tlm starved  nerves wiih the vital elements need.  tn) lo strengthen them. Mr, Win. 0.  Jones, Westmonil, Man,, snys: "A  fow yeiiis hko it was tny mirtfortuno  to suffer from nervous debility,  brought nbout through a severe til-  tnck of In grippe or influenza, When  the flrnt effects were felt I used'to  wains up in the middle of nIccm troiuh-  ling like a leaf, and in n hath of  cold perspiration. Imtor Mm trim-  ble grew no had thnt I Keiireoly got  tx wink of sleep, nnd would Urn  nbout in bed, growing ho weak that  I feared for my lifo. A doctor wuh  palled in. nnd then nnothor, liut  without, iiviuy i iii-cuiiie mon* and  more b-iw ylntr-d, nnd without nny  npimrent reason -would huvo (Its of  crying. While in this condition, a  nervous wivrk, n pamphlet was  given mc telling what Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills had done for others, and  V       '    i ��������� ,      I . * , I      . ,    .    I  1      Wi-'llilinlil      .*������     fit if      lll.-ill      i>      lit, II,  By the tinm I had finished a few,  Vioxch I b'gan to get some sleep, mid  t.hiH greatly cncniirnged nn-. Then my  strength begun' to relnrn, my nerves  ������row .steadier and in n few weeks  more Twos feeling iik well as ever I  dhl in my llfo, and you mny be sure  I will always gratefully rcoojiiiiinnil  T)r, Williams' Pink Pilln to every one  hick or ailing, m Ihey icnturfii mi-  in health and -Hlrcugtli after nil other  nii'dlcini'H bnd failed."  You can get thc������o Pillu from nny  medicine, dealer or by mail at WI  flont������ a box or ������ix Iioxoh for $'2.50  from The Dr. VV illiams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Out.  Telephone Girl's Record. ,  For a period of six years, which  terminated ������only a day* or two ago,  Farnham, Surrey, -England, possessed  the paragon of telephone operators, a  girl who never made mistakes or lost  ner temper. She was not the only operator'at the Farnham Exchange, bul  the knowledge that she might be the  one who would answer a ,call made' the  use of the telephone one of the pleasures of life instead of one of its wor-  ries to subscribers in-the district, says  The LbndM"T)aily KTailfT-"        "   But there is gloom, among the telephone users of Farnham, for the girl  has got married���������to a young man who  used to listen to her voice over the  telephone wires.  Miss Lilla Patrick was the opera*  tor's name���������she is Mrs. Lefevre now  ���������and just, before a her wedding the  Farnham telephone; subscribers te*  membered that never once during the  whole six years she had presided over  the plugs and lines of" the Farnham  Exchange had a. single complaint been  made against her. This was a record  not to be passed over lightly, so th������  Farnham subscribers subscribed  again, this time for Miss Lilla Patrick, and presented her with'-$35 and  their good wishes for a happy married  life. She received in addition many  other separate wedding presents from  telephone users.  "We shall never see her like again,"  said the subscribers who headed the  list,'in a tone of regret. "Sho always  spoko politely, was obliging and courteous, did her best, was quick in getting numbers, never cut you off too  soon, never put you on the wrong  number, never snapped at you, would  ring when your number was on, and,  finally, slie had a charming voice."  Tho manager of the Farnham Exchange speaks thus inypraiso of Miss  Patrick: "Her record in tho sorvico  of tho company wns unsullied. Never  was a mark nindo against hor, She  was a wondorful operator."     /  ��������� , To tho Scraphcapl  'When His Majesty's battleship  Dreadnought was Inunchcd in February, 1000, -ono had tho feeling tliat  linality hnd surely been reached in  tho mutter of navul construction; but  tlio navies of thu world havo been making giant Htridon      r 8inco.  First caino gi ..or Dreadnoughts,  and then Dreadnought cruisers, lioitdh  eon scouts, and Tribal deslroyerri, on  tiroly turbine-drivon, followed by  great Hteps in tho uso of oil-fuel,    *  And in tho past fow wooka Bovoral  HlnrUing niiuouncoments havo' been  nut forward. Within a low days wo  had talk of motor-drivon baUlusli'lpi-i,  and a report of a coining mnull do-  Htroycr, of u height only SO Inchon  abovo tho wator, and with only two  guns, but of such powor and rapidity  of lire that tho monoy nj>unt on Droud*  noughts imd supor-Droiidnoughtti  might as woll havo boon thrown iuto  tho sea, The guns aro to bo of 17  inch bora, aud will flro a weight of  D.HVi'J jHiiindrt,  Nor must wo forgot thn baUloship  cruiser Lion, launched only thu other  day. .Sho is Ui be moro powerful than  tl.o most powerful Dreadnought, and  faster than tlio fastest destroyer, iho  ���������St. Viu-v'c-ul, Iho lui'H.iil Dri'nt\iiuiii;hl  now in coininiaslon, bus only 19,260  loiiH diHphioomont, un against tho  Lion's 2U,:iG0 tons,  The Madhl'i Lamp.  A most intororituig rolio ol tlio bnttlo  of Omdurimiu and of tho destruction  of tlio tomb of tho Muhdi Iiiih just  been duiKJHitod in tho Museimi of tho  Uoyal lliilUid Sorvico Iimtitution in |  Whiteluill)    TIiIh id tho netunl  glim������ |  "See here, my dear sir! Didn't I  tell you* not to drink with your  menls?"  "But, doctor, be reasonable. 1  have to eat some time."  Often what appear to be the most  trivial occurrences in life prove to be  the most momentous. "Many are disposed to regard a cold as' a slight-  thing, deserving of little consideration,, and this neglect often results in  most serious ailments entailing years  of sufferinir. Drive out colds arid  coughs -*with--Bickle-s- - Anti-Consumptive Synn\ the recognized remedy for  all affections of the throat and lungs.  Some excuses   are   so   thin that a  blind man can see through them.  If money didn't make the mare go  doubtless it would get the horse laugh.  Minard's  Liniment   Cures   Garget   in  .   Cows.  "I know," said little Tommy, "why  people laugh in their sleeves."  "Why?" asked his father. "Because  that's where the funny-bono is,"  A Cure for Rheumatism.���������A painful  and persistent form of rheumatism is  caused by impurities in the blood, the  result of defective action of tho liver  and kidneys. The blood becomes  tainted by the introduction of uric  acid, which causes much pnin in the  tissues and in'th'o joints. Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills'are known to have effected many remarkable cures, and  their, use is strongly recommended,  A trial of them will convince anyone  of their value,  Mritf Dresser was looking over the  grocer's bill.  "How many pounds are there in a  pack, Henry f" sho asked.  Her husband looked   up  newspaper,  '.'Aro you trying to figure out tho  weight of your latest coiffure, my  dear?" he aslccd.  number 8,000,000 or 9.000,000. They  live in all sorts of ways, feeding largely on wild herbs and fruits, ana dwelling in caves or temporary shacks,  which they leave when they seek a  new location.  In the eastern Himalayas are the  Nagas, the descendants of the ancient  snake worshippers. They are -head  hunters and uow and then raid the  lowlands. In southern India are the  Yanadis, who have round huts made  of brushwood, and who support themselves on jungle fruits and wild honey.  They are as shy as our Negritos and  will run at the sight of a white man.  The upper Himalayas are spotted  with non-Aryan tribes, whose ancestors were thrust back by our ancestors  over 3,000 years ago, but who still exist. , There are; hill men in - Assam  who have no method of telling distances, but who measure.the length of  a journey by the-amount of ���������������������������betel leaf  they can cnew on the way. There are  tnbes who r;aint_ their faces' like our  1indians~ralid"'many- "who"tatt6o"and  deform , themselves in various, ways  The 2\iagas stretch the lobes "of the ear  and pierce it in such a ^ay that :t  forms a ring of flesh three or four  iiiciies in diameter. They also spin  the ear so that it looks like a great  lump of flesh.  These Nagas aro Mongols and number in all about 162,000. The largest  of their tribes is the Angami, who [  have lately come under British subjection". The Angami, believe ' tm...  were the first people on earth, anu  say that they sprang from the dew.  Tliey call the earth their only ma&tei,  and worship it. Their homes are villages .surrounded by stockades and  guarded by thorn bushes and nettles.  Tliey come into them through sunken  paths, tho entrances being protected  by doors. Each tribe has its chief,  and the people have a blood brotherhood, like somo of the African tribes,  Another of tlie Naga divisions is  known as the Aos. Those people were  once notorious slave holders, and tney  sacrificed the'slaves whicli they cdughi  "in war. Another is the Somas, who  until recently wero head hunters and  did not scnolo to entertain guests  aud slay them when off guard.  higher than the higher berths, and  the higher berth's will be lower than  lower berths. This is too complicated  for us, but maybe the reader caii understand it.���������Toronto- Star. |  Attendant���������Ad what? Oh, yes, I  think I remember. We've had one or  two calls for. it, but it's rather commonplace, don't you think?���������Chicago  Tribune.  For   Frost   Bites   and   Chilblains.���������  Chilblains come from undue exposure to slush and cold, and frost-bite  from the icy winds of winter. In the  treatment of either there is no better  preparation than Dr. Thomas'' Eclec-  tric Oil, as it counteracts the inflammation and relieves the pain. , The  action of the oil is instantaneous and  its application  is extremely simple.  If you owe any man a grudge pay  it and get it off your mind.  Shi/ohb Cum  auiokly atava coughs, enras raids, aaala  tfaxaat'aaA, lamia.  Rivers���������Why do you say positively  that a man can't do wrong by marrying a widow?  Waters���������Why,    it's    plain    enough^,  that if  a man marries  a widow  he  don't marry a miss!  Your Time  Is Not Yours  It Belongs to Thoso Dopendlng on  You, For Their Snkos Prosorvo  Health ond Strength,  You never thought of it jiiHt thic  way beforo. While not. feeling woll  you havo neglected to tnko active  means of restoring health, thinking  all tho timo that, you woro tho only  ono to Hiiffor by delay,  Not ho,   For who among   uh   has  Official   Ignorance.  , Ono of tho. best of the many stone*  from hls'ot English official ignornnco of the  colonics .is recalled by P. A. Silburn  in "The Govornonco of Empire," Lord  iPalmerston was forming-a new Ministry arid in a'preliminary counoil wa?  arranging its composition. Ho had  filled up all tho portfolios with the  exception of tho Colonial Office, First  tone nnmo and thon nnothor was suggested and thrown aside At lnflt ho  inid to Sir Arthur Helps: "I suppose  I must tako tho thing myself, Como  (upstairs with mo and show mo whoro  thooo plaeos are on tho ma pa."  That Cold Room  on the side of the house where  winter blasts strike hardest always  has a lower temperature than tne  rest of the house There.are.times-  when it is necessary to raise the  temperature quickly or to keep the  temperature up for a long period.  That can't be done by the regular  method of heating without great  trouble and overheating the rest of  the house. The only reliable  method of heating such a room  alone by other means is to use a  Perfection  ������A^      SMOKEU>t      ^A ^  Ahtolattfy tmokeku mi tiorlea  which con be kept at ful! or low heat for a short or longtime.  Four quarts of oil will give a slowing heat for nine hours,  without smoke or smell. ,.  An indicator always shows the amount of oil In the font.  Filler-cap does not screw on; but is put in like a cork In a bottle,  and is attached by a chain and cannot get lost.  An automatic-locking flame spreader prevents the  wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to  remove and drop back so that it can be cleaned in an instant.  The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, and can be unscrewed  In an instant for re wield ng. Finished in Japan or nickel, strong, durable, well-  made, built for service, and yet light and ornamental.   Has a cool handle.  Dtalin Butrywkm.  If tot tt yatri, vHlt for dtttrliHiu drailm  ttikt nttrttt e/iscy t/tkt  Tlic Imperial OU Company,  ���������     *       ��������� UmltML  '*  Author's First Success.  Wlco many anothor young author,  Mr, W. K. Morris is attracting much  attention, begun his literary earner by  sending a story to Tho Oornhill Mngn-  Jno. Tho utory wns at onco accepted,  . .        ,. ...     find this HueeoHfl dotormlnod Mr, Nor-  not Bomoono depending on him for riB to nbn,ulon a legal caroor, for  comfort, happiness or tho means of which he wn������ orlsnally Inlondod, mi  livelhoodP ' try literature,   To-dny ho h one of  When you lio awako nightfl, worry Britain'n most popular novolists,  oyer littlo things got norvoim and Ir- "Matrimony," his last, bolng, in tho  ritablu, have md goslion and hend-, <)plnion 0f',nftny, tho host ntory ho  achoH, you mny be sure the nervous ������;or wrot0i Mr, Norria livoH ln a  system is becoming exhnuHted, , nonutiful houso at Torquay with hi*  Timo is not yours to delay. >ou dnughtor, who Is his constant coinpau-  must, call a halt to tlm wanting pro. Son������ Hu Hi,tor u ^jy Uny,,^.  corh, Otherwise you will have a rudu  awakening some day, when prostrations,  paralysis., or locomotor ataxia  lli)������ tuu In)*'     Tui   ,-uUu ih  iht;  iiuluial  imd  inpvltnhlo  rpsults    of    noplontnd  norvouH diHOOHos. I patched  to ' tbo livory "stablo to try  You cnn rostoro   thn   norvous syg. i {o dlgcovor w)���������it j-uid happened.  Tlio  Too Lnto.  Aftor tho guostti had waited for hnlf  an liour in u UuiUhuu chuuh Lr '.[,.  brldo lo nrrlvo lupwnijprft woro di������.  I    ' . , ,        ���������������������������   1      ���������* ,M.I/,t.i]*i  tern hy ming Dr. A. W,, Chnso fl Nerve iiVorymlu,   mudo to understand  Food.   Ili'lng composed   of   Natures  . 0 ^j omittod to solid a cairrlag  most potent norvp. riHtornlivpn, it can-',     houso, acknowledged that all  ���������\,l   '.ill   io   h no.l*   ''f>i!.     V.r.f-h   dono *  must of necessity bring you nearer tu  health, Htrongth and vigor.  Mr, William Brimlon, Vletonn St.,  Htrnthroy Ont., writes:���������"lloforo us-  ing  Dr,  A.  VV. Chime's Norvn  Food  thnt  o to  tho  ^Xm1''l;,n.^d,VrP(rinnd' wl.'lto ' "*   ������,,rV0U8   ������Y*U,,n   *VPmH]   tt������   un  hintiirn,_wmpo,-jo������l_ ot rod  nnd  whito , ���������,;���������������������������_   T ftnllf,|   noi   ���������,���������������������������   |���������w, n,  strung.  iJilllllO   ivoi^d  viU ..  in manly fashion, but whon thoy nug.  gostod that ho should proceed to remedy tho delay ho failed to soo thoir  ^"What'll bo tho uso o' fotchin' 'or  w." ho argued.  Tho sorvico '11 ba  , gln������B. which "wiw found iiftijsing ������^r |,������������������,H'itPl hnndu ami feet w  tho tomb on that ovontful dny in tho I"1'' n-'-u'  ���������  ! early part of .Sephunl  ' him.il bison in tho jklssch  Lnncors, who, it may bo reineiiibeiod,  .-,...���������   - - - ; niiix'llto.  linnUM find  leet were    en  lUlu\_ty IV ,lh   i   v digeslion wns poor   and   I   li  "r,(    ru .',": j"!'<h,g of the. liniL  The. ai-.a 1  ._ could   notf h1im?j\ had no, Jwf 0VBr,���������������Undon Olobo  'imd'  IUX  Kid  j.iincers wno, ii mny wu niinfiiiijoi-mi, i j,^  fl(j   mfl    mi\   j   continued  until   1  Uwk part in the famouyehurg;., mid iti llM1| flltl,n twfinlv.four hnxiN.      This  W, N, U��������� No. 87.2.  diaoHlroua offee^.of'tho repoittod sholh | Mnt   ft ho%  6 \MXn (or $a.f,o, nt nil  iiiff by tho mil HowiUor 1-iold ArH(lonIfiTB   or Ednmnson, Tlntca & Co.,  I tUIorjr. I Toronto.  Accftfartttif Discharge of a Pun.  A capital pun may arise by pure  accident, as recorded in Bucko ���������  "Hook of Table Talk";  "A Mr. Alexander Gun was ills-  missed from a pout In tho customs of  Edinburgh for circulating somo fnl*a  minor Tlio flismfswl In mid ��������������� hnve  boon thus noted \n tho customs book  at tho tlmo, "A. Gnn discharged for  waking a (aluo rojjott.  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  Wi ars   everywhera with the   standard goods,  Piper and Matches are our specialties.   Let ut  knew your wants���������we'll do the rest.  TheE.B.EddyGo.Ltd  HULL, CANADA  TCEB li PER88E, LIMITED, Agents, Winnipeg, Oalcary, Edmonton,  Regina, Fort Willium and Port Arthur.  I  If Yon are Not at Your Best  don't worry nbout it ���������there'i no good in worry.    Get better!  * Jf your Btnmiiph tr. wronrr. your liver and bowels inactive���������your  nerves ure sure to be on edge and, your blood impure.    Be  cheerful and hopeful,  As they have helped in thousands of cases,  BEECHAM'S POLS  will help yon nnd will give your system the natural help It needs,  A few doses will make a great difference 1a your feelings and your  looks. They will help you all along th������lin���������������to t clear head,  free from aches-to bright eyea���������to healthy active organs. Thia  sure, quick and   tonic   family remedy  will help  Nature  to  Restore Your Full Vigor  mmim *������y**W**tmmvm*>m1W*'  wi*'y^f*>**'*i- ***-������:  fr'iWtt* ** ��������� ������* *tt -t * apl) tt ** ***!*l V������ r*  ������'-^������#U*^f������������*P^������*^^^ THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  /*-  BRIDE FOR BEAK POT  OLD SURVEYOh TLllS OF AN EXPERIENCE WITH  INDIANS.  //     ^r  least, upon returning to my tent to  find that wretched old russet-colored  chaperone had missed ber count and  . forgotten the dusky daughter who np-  j peared to be perfectly satisfied with  j the proceedings.  My  young   interpreter,  A WANING SUGAR INDUSTRY,  DEVOTED TO PILLOWS.  New Zealand Expert Finds It Dying n  British Guiana and West Indies *  Any -fenr of comjjetition with th*  --���������    ���������    , .   in  broken'sugar growers of British Guiana ani,  j English, punctuated  by  many  grins,   the West Indies may be dismissed b������;  (informed me that marriage contracts   the  planters  of  Louisiana.    So  snid!  Ernest \V. Ludwig, an expert sugai I  For  The Women of Rising Sun's Household '-. ]n ^nt particular tribe were often en-  . ������-_A\*.    ������.,_..-,j-_ L/:*._u._  A���������_* j tered into through the medium of somo  chemist of Wellington, New Zealand  <Came^>to Admire His Kitchen Ap-'  paratus, and Finally He Found  Himself Minus a Bean Kettle But  Richer by On������ Dusky Damsel���������The  Lady Seemed Pleased.  Shortly after that notorious warrior,  "Sitting Bull," had ceased from annoying our American neighbors, various armed bands of his people, called  by courtesy' "war parties," wandered  north ������f the imaginary line to try and  worry unsuspecting survey parties, or  particularly any loose "tenderfoot"  that might happen along on thg"plains.  I remember upon one occasion being in charge of a small party, running a trial line for the C.P.R. survey  across the Souris plains, says a writer  in The Toronto Weekly Star. We were  delayed by a big storm, almost a hurricane, south of Moose Mountain. I  awoke with the sense of some subtle  odor which was not there when I  turned in. A thick mist in my tent  was finally attributable to a tall,  handsome savage squatted ou his  hunkers, calmly waiting for me to,  wake up. The bouquet came partly  from a huge pipe of "kinn-i-ki-nick,"  that vile concoction made of willow  bark, and partly from the noble warrior behind the pipe, who was industriously fouling the atmosphere while  I was wrapt in the slumber of guileless innocence.   ���������'  It didn't take long to sing out for  nn interpreter and have the aboriginal  nuisance removed outside, before  granting an audience to so distinguished a visitor. The picturesque scoundrel turned out to be "Sitting Bull's"  right bower, and rejoiced in the name  ef "Rising Sun." His wardrobe consisted of an elaborately tattooed chest  and a bandolier of Winchester cartridges. The handsome vagabond was  en a little excursion up north in Canadian ���������erritory, accompanied by a band  of about seventy or eighty ragamuffins, with "their squaW9 and dusky  progeny, seeking what they might devour.  My camp was in disorder after the  gale, tents blown to smithereens,  horses stampeded, etc., etc. With the  aid of a Sarcee interpreter he informed, me that my presence (in my own  .country) was not only undesirable  to his Majesty, but decidedly objectionable. He advanced the old well-  worn Indian argument that I would  scare the game away and thus present Jiini_undJiUJnbe^om_imUdng  in honest "living. A'fter pointing out  ' to this child of nature that he really  belonged to Uncle Sam, and-was trespassing on my bailiwick, I did the  usual thing, and after the pow-wow  introduced him to a generous breakfast which would .have puzzled the*  digestion of nn ostrich. He ate every  thing in sight, 1 then made hini a  present of much flour, sugar, ten, and  tobacco tift'a ponce offering, and told  him, through the interpreter, that I  was closely related to the "Gmit  White Mother" (Victorian era), who  possessed more red-coated soldiers  than his dog did fleas, arid would no;*  hesitate to blow him off the map if  ho wasn't good. With these cheerful  * Bsurances; I bid him good-bye, saying, as a parting shot, that I hoped  nev-f*r to seo,his,ugly mug again.  Twas congratulated by the grinning  half-breeds upon my diplomatic manner of dealing with the noblo chief-  tain; but, alas I for all-human calcu-  :��������� lation, whon it conies to dealing with  the wandering Nomad of the plains.  Tho next morning at dawn I awoke  lo Ilnd tho noble snvago onco ihoro  Hquntted at my feot. This,,time I wns  Indeed annoyed, but discretion triumphed, and winding for the inter-  pretor, I at first denounced him n? nn  unwnshed, linnd-paintcd impostor,  telling him that ho had broken our  snored contract by daring to show his  forbidding oountonnoo. again ��������� I also  remnrkod with mi air of assumed dignity befitting ono so closely related  to tho, royal family thnt tho "Grent  Whito Mothor" would bo greatly dis-  tressed nt the wayward milliners of  hor rod-skinned .children, and would  probably -disinherit tho wholo bunch,,  otc. ,  " ," ....  ThiH npooeh, bolng interpreted to  him with any amount of half-breed  embroidery, iteoniod to hnvo a Booth*  ing effect, but nfter thinking it* carefully over, tho noble warrior emitted  a sullen grunt, and told the interpreter to toll inn that ho ton camo of  a proud and haughty raco, and wnu  not nenrly bucIi ii rotter nn T hnd de.  jiicted. Ho didn't want any favors at  my hands and what wnu moro wouldn't accept thoin, in fact, ho didn't  ndmiro my stylo anyway, and much  preferred his own. All ho Bought wiih  permission to bring tho Indies of hla  Worn Into my camp, thnt they might  gnzo upon tlio olnasic fonturcH of thu  OnueiiRinn oro wo departed,  Thin being grunted, thnt same afternoon a loud jingling of spurs; mixed  with suppressed glgf-fUnK. announced  tho arrival of tha fomalo element In  old "Rising Bun's" entourage. Talk  nbout fominino curiosity, they could  give their fairor sistorH curds and  Hpndes and thon boat them nt their  U\\il    fc'tiitlC.        1'itj*'    J.wlivd    t-.v!.'    i,ij.>t..I  into everything*, chattered continuous.  ly; asked' all Bfirts of "fool" question*,  nnd I expect mnny of,tho younger  damsels had never gazed upon the fair  features of a whllo man before,  They wore pnrtloulurly Interested In  Die rulh.'.'iri' o"'irtt>j'".T!t, i.'!*! nlffr h'-  ing fed hung about -tho cook's toutH  examining ovory detail. A peculiarly  beautiful boan pot strucki tho fnney  of an old fnt ohnpnrono, who camo  over to my tent, ncconipnnied hy her  Blxtcon-ycar-olil daughter, nttlrod in  oho singlo garment, generally advor-  tiflod liy tho department Hlores in  "whitowoar." In thia particular cam  It might havo liwu quilu truo origin-  After manlfeRtlng much nnxloty  nnd making runny violent gosticuhi-  tlonB (tho old horror had her daughter In ono hand nnd the bonn pot in  tho other), I guve my consent to anything (or a quiet life, and at sundown they depnrtcd, bean pot nnd all.  ' Imagine my, well, counturnatlou, at  such miserable wedding present, and  \ in my case even a measly bean pot  ���������would be considered quite legal.  Here 1 was hooked up for life to a  dark bay damsel whom I had never  seen before, whose language I didn't  understand, and to whose family I  had not even been introduced, and  what was more embarrassing, the  chief engineer was expected to arrive  any clay. What a predicament for a  modest, innocent, unassuming church  member to find himself in. There was  my wild, unkempt, picturesque bride-  let, the untaught daughter oi a savage  race of warriors, coyly enjoying every  i moment of my consternation, while I  could only explain.the awkward situation through an interpreter. *  This gentleman was immediately despatched to the Indian camp, and  brought back with him a brother of  but moro recently of Demerara,  Mr. Ludwig has just arrived, aftd'1  a tour of the West Indies, where hy  looked over the sugar situation tbor  Dughly, investigating sugar conditions ,  methods and prospects with an eye t������ -  settling down on some of the' islands.  After deliberation he decided to come-  to Louisiana,  where ho believes tilt-  greatest opportunities are to be found.  " Mr. Ludwig is charmed with New"  Orleans und commented on the activ-'  ity' apparent  in the streets.  "Is all America like this?" he ask-,  ed. "It is different from what one  finds in England.  "Much of it I know comes from youri  sugar traffic, and of course that inter-'  ests me directly. You people are so  progressive. Even the little that I  have been able to see of the means  you employ to get results show won-  One  Day   Should   Bo  Set  Aside  Their Cleaning.  "A   whole   day   for   the   pillows!"  gasps the busy housewife, altogether  FRASER 0' GUYSB0R0.  How the Big Man Befriended a Can*  dian Boy  In  Boston.  The   late   Hon.   Duncan   Cameron  Fraser,  Lieutenant-Governor of Nova  unwilling to lavish so much time, ou i Scotia, and formerly member for Guys-  one article out of a houseful, but pil- I h0���������' in tlie House of Commons, who  lows are precious in the11 estimation of   d4ied. "saintly, was the hero of many  the careful householder, and eight or ^nes whlch, fiad ��������� fthered around  .   .,. . .,    .   ".w������>ul "l ! his name and bis picturesque person-  ten hours spent upou tbe family supply , ality in the c^e of his lengthy and  the maiden, who was theu returned j derful advances over those method3  to   the   paternal   "teepee,"   with  my '  compliments and regrets.  DANCES OUT WEST.  Englishwoman Describes Her Impressions For Her Countrywomen.  An Englishwoman in the Canadian  West, Gertrude Laird, has written  some of her experiences for The London Mail, and we quote what she has  to say about a rural dance, and the  advice she offers other Englishwomen  who emigrate to the wheat country.  "Dancing ii," she says, "a great resource. The first dance 1 went to was  for young people only. The girls all  arrived first and sat in a row along  the wall, and at a given moment the  young men- burst in, marched past the  girls, and .shook hands with each,  with the remark: "Pleased to see  you." We then began to dan*e, solemnly and slowly; no romping or hop  waltzes at these dances. Most of the  men wore boots, none had gloves, and  only one had a dress suit. The cos-  turiies of the girls were varied, ^but  all very short, tweed suits being' apparently considered suitable. 1 was  the only one in a low dress. I soon  saw the wisdom of a short skirt; the  floor was thick in dust, and my long  skirt swept it up like a motor car.  Halfway through the dance, the girl?  once more resumed their seats and  thg young men vanished, reappearing  with stacks ���������of huge plates' and massive cups, baskets packed with large  sandwiches with the crusts ou, and <i  varied~assortment-of-cake.-~ A--plate-  and a cup were deposited on your  lap, and you took as much sandwich,  cake, and coffee as you Were likely to  consume. Ther*e are also card parties  innumerable during the winter evenings, when one sits and plays euchre  for hours in boiling hot rooms (80 degrees is considered a pleasant temperature for houses, but I know many  of them were upon 100 degrees). I  wore my thinnest summer garments  the whole winter, and was often too  warm then.  "Do not he too insular to conform  to custom. Never start eating at table  until everybody is helped; always .-.put  on your best clothes if you wnut to go  out to post a letter or get a pound of  tea; wear your rubbers an every possible occasion; drink tea with your  dinner, learn the proper way to oat  Indian corn, and do not brag about  tho Old Country.  "In fact, keeping humor paramount,  learn to.combine tlie many excellent  points of" Canadian lifo with the refinement'and" homeliness of England,  thon Mnglishwomen will mnke a great  mark in Canada, and will cense to*he  lookod upon, as they too often nro  nowadays, ns so many curiosities."  1 cne finds in many other sugar growing countries. In Guiana, for instance, they are behind the times  wofully One thing only they have  there that you have not here. I mean  the Hindu labor. It is amazing what  the planters of Demerara have beeu  able to accomplish by the aid of the  coolie. The negro was tried, but ha  would not do the work. He will not  stand the long hours, the steady and  continuous labor that the coolie will.  Also he demands more money for what  he does. But with the Hindu, who  has come'into Guiana in great numbers, that is not the case. The Hinda  of the second, or at the most the  third, generation is an almost different race from his immigrant forefathers.  "But even with the introduction of  the Hindu and the advantage he has  been to the sugar planter there British Guiana is passing as a producer of  tugar.  "The West Indies also from what  I saw of them are in a bad way. In  the Barbados, where 1 spent a couple  of months, I found pretty much thd  same condition of things that exist  iu Guiaaa. The negro, with hi3 indolence and his numerical superiority  there, is killing any chances the  islands might have of ultimately becoming a lactor in the sugar production of the world. Of course 1 bar  Cuba when I speak of the islands,  bne is in a class by herself.  "Certainyl unless they adopt rati-  cally different means, copying the advanced methods 3t you Americans,  there_is_no_hope_���������for���������them.__Japai),,  however, is coming to the fore. Iu  her Formosa colony she is trying .o  raise, sugar and meeting with some  success. In time I believe that she  will accomplish much."  of pillows once u year will prove auy  thing but a waste of time.  They require beating with a rattan  varied career as lawyer, judge x and  politician. A giant in stature, standing well over six feet in height and  SUCH  A  PRETTY  GOWN.  Worn by Miss De Sousa  In    "The    Commuter*."  beater, which will neither cut the seam I broad in proportion, he had a heart  nor wear the ticking, but tf done on a  dry. windy day. will clear out almost  .   Leopard Hunting In City,  'Oh,-you fraternities! What larking  Ib committed for thy fame!  In mid afternoon recently a curious  parado passed down Yongo street from  liloor, turning enst on Wilton avenue,  Toronto; tho subsequent proceedings  being of no further interest,  A quartette of sheepish-looking young  mon accompanied'a very small, shabby wagon, on which a leopard's skin  was decked out on a broom handle to  givo it form, Ono young chap wonr-  iug a toy fireman's hat led,,tugging at  a string whicli was tied to tlio leopard's nock, Flanking tho boast, was  ono follow will) a youngster's silvered military holmot, wearing whito  duck trousers and carrying a tm  sword. Opposite him was nnothor with  u straw hnt and carrying a largo Bait  sprinkler,  Ton pacoa in tho roar mnrched tho  fourth man, with a red soldier's helmet and whito punts, with a military  rillo. At tho end of ovory block ho  would glvo a stentorian command to  "halt," and then, going down on ono  lenoo, he would tako earoful aim nnd  shout "bang." Whereupon tho others  wuuld unset tlio cart, and ho with tho  salt would scatter somo on tho beliefs  tail. After which tho wagon would bo  righted nud tho procession resume its  way, accompanied by a parcel of in-  tores tod sumll boys,  The gentleman  who   conceived tho  outfit Hiiouhl writo the book for "Tho  t, ii.-ii  l,i u.l,   hi,   Lum  Praise for Britain.  Tho , German explorer, Dr. -Carl  Peters, is telling his numerous friends  all about his latest discoveries in  boutn Africa, Germany has to thamt  this' resolute man for most of her  liast African possessions. He also  claims to be the pioneer of the movement for the increase of the German  navy, und the author of the Anglo-  German agreement of 18110. For somo  years he lived in England with his  uncle, Carl ��������� Engel, tne��������� well-known  composer,-.'and he has stated tliat "the  foundation ot German Jiast Afriu  was practically the consequence of,  impressions .1 received in England,",  At ouo timo the doctor had strong  anti-English views, but now he is a  staunch admirer of England und its  people. He declares Ihut we ure "a  iiuuon of statesmen ���������i the greatest  since'tho I-vomuns."  ��������� ��������� Foreign critics nave������������������ complained of  English pride, "But if over prido wa*  justified in any peoplo known to history." ho says, "it is justified iu Ui.  English, 'lo understand what Great  Jiiitain lnu .juo tot humanity, a man  ought to wu.iUor through tlio forests  of British Columbia and, tho gold  lieldn of South Africa, to visit the  banks of tho Ganges and the cataracts of tho Nile. How small appears  all tho Komans did compureu with  tno work dono by tlio Angio-fcSuxoiH  ou this earth I"  jtUfcjU.i   Iiih.-i.   IU  *������������������'*.-*-���������  Plonty of tlio Wood.  KdHox County tobacco crop this sen*  boh will likely smash nil records both  ns to ylold nnd prices paid for yield.  Despite the backward cprina tho crop i  is a bumper one. as excellent weather  this full iiaved tho ultuntioh. Tho 1009  prieon ruiiKod from 8 to 0 cents por  pound! 1010 prices will bo from 18 to  20 enntB a pound, which is probably  tho hljrh wnter mnrlc in prices in Ontario for this product,  F.rt.u'X ami Kent sugar boot crop is  another big buccohb.  Tho Coronation Saltcellar!.  Visitors to the Tower of umdon  may possibly recall tno beautifiu gold  saltcellars which com-titum u iuiiuro  ot tno I'ugiilm of thu crown hi lliu Jewel House, These havo bouu used ul tno  ooronulioii banquets ever since tno  reign ot Charles 1.  During the lato king's reign an in-  toreiiting old print was discovered at  Vvimisur (Jastie, showing tno design  of thoHo coronation fcaacellars, uiw  tioiii tiim it wns very oviueut Unit for  tno iiiHt 20U yours tno aiiiiouitui's hud  boon used in un inverted position. It  seems tliat tno uuthonties were deceived by tiiu fuel that ouch of tno  collars in question had what woro  takeu to bo toot, but winch, In roulity,  wero nothing inoro than ours attached  to tlio upper nm. Behoving thorn to  bo foot, tne ofllcials had not only turned the Hiilteollars upside dowu, but.  tliey luul inserted a small silver bowl  iu ouch ef tlio hollow oiidS,  I King Kdward, whoso personul im  1 forest In nil ninllor" of drMtii! wim  well known, win most interested iu  the discovery, uud nl oue-u sent direction to the Tower comiiiiindiug that  tho uiistako of eonturios should bu  recti lied.  PILLOWS REQUIRE BEATING.  as much of the collected dust (and  wiih it a fair supply of germsi as the  most modern vacuum process.  Scrubbing is resorted to when old  ticking covers have been removed and  are still strong and firm enough for  continued use. With a uund brush a  liberal supply of soapy lather is rubbed into the tickiug, which is spread  out upon a table, preferably out of  doors, and which later is scrubbed  with force and then rinsed through  several cold, clear waters and sunned  to the point of absolute dryness.  Pillows themselves may, according  to the latest authority, be treated-similarly with the exception of the complete rinse, for it is well to remember  that there are feathers within and that  it is well therefore to use more semi-  dry lather and less rinse water, adding  a fair quantity of ammonia for cleansing purposes. Pillows thus treated are  hung in the open air and the-hottest  sun to dry day after day until their  feathers are dry without a shadow of  a _dojubt__   ���������  '___  Cork dust Is a clean filling for the  couch pillow, as are also old letters  torn into smal.1 bits. Bran and sawdust are too heavy, while excelsior and  hair are too hard. Rose leaves aro  a delight and balsam pine needles  stand in a class by themselves.  Fun In the Homo.  Whatever your lot in life, keep joy  with you, says Orison Swett Marden  in Success Magazine. It is a great  healer. Sorrow, worry, jealousy, envy,  bad temper, create friction and grind  awny the delicate human machinery so  that the brain loses its cuuniug.  Half the misery In the world would  be avoided if the people would mnko  n business of having plenty of fun at  home Instead of running everywhere  and soul which matched his herculean  j frame.   He was a Scot of the Scot,  filled alike with the pride of race and  ! the gift o' the gab, and his oratory  I was in equally great demand at Liberal campaign meetings and banquet*  of the St. Andrew's Society and the  Sons of Scotland. ,  One of the best tales concerninq  him had its locale at a political meeting in his native province. The future Lieutenant-Governor was striking  the sentimental chord, and was dilating on his boyhood days to an audience largely composed of his fellow-  Scots. ���������  "Gentlemen," he said, "I do not  know, whether you will believe me or  not, but it is nevertheless a fact that  at school I was only punished once  by the teacher���������and that was for telling the truth."  "Weflly, Tuncan," came the quick  i retort in the high-pitched tones of an  aged   and  shrewd   Heelan'  mon,  "it  cured ye a' richt."  Another anecdote which showed th-3  innate kindliness and generosity of  Mr. Fraser concealed under a bluff  exterior was contributed several year?  ago by a Toronto newspaperman to  the annual program issued by the Toronto Press Club. Under the caption-,  "A Nova Scotia Angel in Disguise,"  the story runs:  In the days before telephones were  in use in the United States to the extent that they are now, a Canadian  newspaperman was stranded in the  good old city of Boston. After several  days of the strenuous life without the j  wherewithal to support his strenuos  ity, he managed to get same space j  work on the "old Journal. He "mado  good" in a fashion, and was congratulating himself that the days of park  benches for sleeping places and a  tightening of his waist band for meal.'  were over. But the first night, or  rather early in the morning, the city  editor called him across to his desk  and said:  "Take a bcrdic and go out to Brook  line, call on Mr. Blank at such and  such an address, and ask hini whethe-  it is true that his wife has left his  house and entered action for divorc1  Don't come back without the stor-,  and-bring-the-photos of- the-principah-  with you."  The Canadian, who had not lost all  sense of decency, and who still retained his belief that a newspaperman  might be a gentleman and that beiny  a reporter was not synonymous with  being n cad. felt his breath come in  gasps at the very idea. He was about  to protest, when the city odhor wn.-  ealled tii the chiefs annctum, and thi1  chance was lost. He had to go at tin:  assignment, or quit.  It was a difficult choice. A man  with an empty pocket has sometimes-  to pocket his pride in lieu of some  thing else wherewith to fill it, and  hunger won. lhe'day. Accordingly the  Canadian started out. He went ovs*-  to tho Tremont House in search of 'i  berdic, and was feeling just aoout n.-'  miserable as any self-respecting ��������� mar-  could,' when he was hailed by a choerv  voice of Gaelic accent: "Hullo, what  else In search of it. ���������������������������,.,      ...   m,     /-,    i o  "Now for Uest and Fun."   "No Bush   nro you doing Jicro?    The Uod Sn  ness Troubles Allowed nore." These  are good home building motinpH..  When you have hnd u perplexing  dny, when things hnvo goue wrong  with you, nnd you go homo at night  exhnuRtod, discouraged, blue, lnstcnd  of making your homo miserable by  going over your troubles and trlnls,  just bury them; Instead of dragging  them homp and making yourself nnd  your family unhappy with them and  wpolllng I he whole evening, Just lock  everything that is dlsngrecablo in your  ofllce.  Just resolVp thnt your homo, shall ho  n plnco for bright pictured nnd plons-  nnt memories, kindly feelings townru  everybody and. ns Mr. Roosevelt snys,  "n corking good time" generally. If  you do this you will be surprised to  siio how your vocation or business  wrinkles will bo Ironed out In the  morning nnd how t|io crooked things  will bo straightened,  Dniebftllltlfl,  Ho*, hnmihiill grlpa was nhown by a .    recent jhsuo of Tho Brandon Weekly I wn8 abruptly terminated by a high  A Hniiif1 In the Air,  In 1803 ft balloon of 200,000 cubic  feet capacity was constructed at  Paris. It was named tho Giant nnd  was intended hi show tho groat possibilities of tho air. The car uttuched  consisted of n small two-story Iioubo,  fitted with evory modern comfort, lavatories (lining-room, bedroom, kitchen,  parlor, otc. Thirteen piiBsongorii roail������������  tho iir*t ascent, but the jouruey wh*.  of only four hours' duration, Tho hi'l  nscont wns for seventeen hours and  Domestic Girl It Happy.  Tho girl whose sphere Is set In domesticity enn (Ind its keen n sntlsfnc-  tion In doing hop work to the vory best  of her ublllty ns can her slstor who  nchlovos college honors or famo In  tlio llterniy world. Indood. thero Ih  something pccullaiiy satisfying and  fine nnd uonltliy nbout work with the  hands, because, for ono thing, It Is  generally ficrvlce for others.  Again, tho grent mnHs of womon  must Inevitably (hid* their scope In domestic life, nnd every girl, whntovcr  her social portion mny he, would ho  tho better for two yeum' thorough  (I'lilnlnrr In hononwtfoi-T-, <-Miyn tlio Phil  adelphln Inuiilrer. Therefore, if you  nro going through your "hopnlonH  phase," try good honest housework ns  nn antidote. Work hard wlih.your  hands uml at the samo time cultivate  u cheerful HpM'lt nml an Interested  hubit ot mind.  OF   tYXm    KXRQVJSSTTB    OTOVC   *RADED  UAtrVE SATIN.  Thlft dzlfcirefK' model is charming  either for a simple evening dress or fot  a house frock and is developed from  marquisette in a lovely shade of rose  bung over shaded mauve satin. The  skirt is slightly gathered from a normal waist line and weighted st- the bottom with au embroidered band picked  out in rose, mauve shades and dull  gold thread. About the low, round  neck and short sleeves of the peasant  waist is a like bauding in a narrow  width.   Tbe crushed belt is of mauve  "satin.  The gowu Is worn by M}ss De Sousa  in "The Commuter," one of the sue-!  cessful New York plays of the season.  New Curtain Materials.  As colonial aud mission furnishings  are those approved Just now, the window draperies that accompany them  are of a simple nnture���������expensive material may he used, but the effect must  be that of simplicity; otherwise there1  is n Jarring note. For these colonial  rooms the sash curtain coming eveu  with the window ledge is used.  The designs in the cut will give tho  housow|fe seeking for curtains an excellent idea of what is uew in this line.  The 'fillet design at the top .of the'illustration* Is n, decided novelty. Swims  and birds are the unique features of  mnritan (for such hb proved'to bo)  wus n burly Nova Scotinn politician,  well known all over tho Dominion for  tho strength of his voice, and now  occupying'the highest plnee in the gift  of the crown in his native province,  Tho reporter told his story���������how he  had outrun the constable, how ho Ind  been stranded, and flnnlly tho (lis  ngrceablo assignment which ho .luul  been givon,  "Come hero, youngster," snid the  Novn Scotian, and he took the lad by  tho arm, "You aro not going to Brook  lino to-night or any other night on.,  such a mission You aro going to sleep  right in this hotel, and you are goine  to havo a good mippor. Leave it to  mo to nttond to that city editor."  And they went in togothor. Tho re.  porter went down to tho restaurant nnd  filled himself**with Boston chicken pin;  the politician wont nwny to return  half an hour lator with tho remark,  "Here's the prico of your day's work  That Jiick-in-ofllce won't ask a Cana  dian hoy to proatituto himself again  in a hurry,"  Thon they hnd a drink and went  to bod, tho boy to dreum of nn angei  in human form,.six feet or moro high.  Ho uwoko in the morning to find his  Good Snmnritnn gone and a ticket for  Montreal ;iv.|iiting him in an envelope.  Working Knowlodgo.  Although the joke is on himself, n  prominent Mrnntford, Ont., manufacturer conHiih-rod this one too good  to keep, lie nnd a mnn who In hend  nf another Bin ni ford industry spent  the Huiiuner on the continent,' and  while in Italy they decided to tako  in Grand Opera.  They were fi'f'ling nt peace with  tho world and hnppy in It, ho while  lht-,V hhould ii.ivi- hi.-i-ii hi Ijdiii, i vi i,v-  body eluo'in th������*> iiudlcnee to precorve  absolute silence, they curried on quite  a conversation. Their feeling of good  fellowship taking in moro than them-  solves, the one who tells this incident  turned lo the Italian in the next scat  uiiu,    Yiiui   t\   <..><���������    U.i   .���������������������������.��������������������� tit.*,   <*.   vviii  verHiition, asked, "Do you speak  KimlishP"  The Italian's answer promptly  elose:| the conversation. He said,  "Yes, I know very good IJnglish.  Shut up!"  Cow Dutted In.  On Monday morning nlxml 2 fiVloek  RuthvenltoB were awakened by n crivdi  fiin  NKWUHT   nitSIUNS    IK  OIJ1IT4TN  TI'.HUI.M,  UA-  Sun. On tho front nngn wns a double ; Wjnd, which whon tho balloon doBcend*  column bunding, "The Cubs Lost j*,), dragged tho littlo Iioubo bumplug  Agnin To-day." On tho next page i over tho around. Iho remrins of ikit  wiu tm item telling of n cyclone strife- { uiHnt of thu ulr *kn fur u long thu*  ing tho Islnnd of Cuhn, and the nrtiolo exhibited in tho Cryital Patow in  wai headed, "Groat Cyclono Visited ' Undon,  A Phon������ Incident.  A housekeeper In New Vork phoned  to the moat market, "Hnvo ysu any  IIvoi4 this morning'/"  "I hope, ho." en mo tbo re������pon������e, w'th  n cheery liingh which was not like Uio  buff Iter's,  ther Inquired. i      fliH   lho   ,lOUSl,   frmn   wh|ph   lhB  "Well, some peoplo call me tlmt, hut i ������������������;������������������, (,nfM< mm{o a q���������irk got-out-of  ! I nm really Dr. So-aiid-so," cuuie the ' v,m|, and on going outside found thnt  Inimlilnflf reply. n wandering cow bad got her horn*  j    As tlm womnn recognized thp nnmo I -fastened in n Inrgo creeping vino nnd  of one of the most fnmniis surgeons In ! in trying to fren hornelf hnd Rmnnhed  * town, she gnspiil nn npology nml nur?- In the whole front of tho window.���������  i ously rung up "Central" agalti. Windsor Uoeord.  ill'm  tithi^il,     it   follil:.-,   ill    rtUljir,   )\li|,V  or beige, Is forty-eight fnelivs wide uml  f������r> rnnis n ynrd.  A not her pntiern In It h It net slmiilnles  leiiildl glims, nud this rrlntigulnr mesh  ivi'iii's very woll���������a wonderfully good  fnhrlo for Hie low prlco of "n cents a  yard,  A touch of color and wnrmth U up-  pm-lnietl In cold woatlwu* nt the win-  (low. ninl In no way cnn this tmn-ii ho  better lived thun wllh rhe i-olnri'd  scrim cuiiiiln. Tho Illustration, shows  n lliiral design wllh gold, hrowils, reds,  green* or hliic* |ircdomlinitliig, Thero  Im s Inirilcr ������>n i������iieh side. This mute-  rlui may Uc jiir.i J.nsiv) for '22 ecu'.*,*  I ii id uud Is goud value. ���������^^^SSSSI  ..**"-"��������� -.-.^-.v*.*. -.���������  .,,*."., tjaii.'.-,"*.  '',,$ ,%yi.V*.*,'  ���������"���������������-..-yv ;������w  if*.  f*:ss,,ft(*.(,v-!fe.'icS*.(;i.;'.      i rw&amwWW^^ l  ,?m*!*>^'-n**mmtitam**tMi  MM.***.  . - *m^ t~-������~^.v������1Vrm'*m*i(^Mm^W-'iW*^ ������i**_+*+m.-+^  r w  ���������r   ^������>miu^*w *������ *a*������j*+* ���������������' ��������� **"^Jr>_^?T^|!^  -,,.,a ^..,,,,^w^w*^ CUMBERLAND   f>  riMTURE STORE     1 .^2^1���������^L=2==-=���������'i��������� |  =-^====~���������������H JTHURSBAY, Jan.l9th, at 10 a.m., for 7 days only It  ro ail our Friends and Custom-"1  ers GREETING  Wishing you all  S. ISAKA. PROPRIETOR PHONE 21  A. MoKINNON  Mcl'hee Work, Cumberland, B. C.  ^8^ flWnRslWMHW       phi.    Cumberland City Council  Statement for the YeaT 1910,  rkckiits.  Cash balance   brought forward  forward from 1909 $ 333 90  Dog tax k 77 00  Drain account  15 00  Hall account  298 50  Police court  523 00  Real estate tax  3099 75  Road tax  662 00  Scales  18 50  Scavenger  1345 3������  Trade licenses  3097 50  Watchman  88i 50  Sundries ban&jiall rent 6 00  i  LIABILITIES,  Sewer loan-unpaid... -Siooo 00  Overdraft    on    Royal  Bank  2000 00  Total $10357 95  KXJ'KNIHTUKK  Advertising accounr..$     5205  Fuel *������������������-        H 50  Drain account��������� (Sewer by law $80.50),..      234 20  Tool account         19 72  Dog tagu  3 25  Salaries:���������  W McLennan     1020 00  JRGray       96000  \V Brown      720 00  CKranscJ  ' 267 00  J Abrams      ,30������ 00  =A~McKinuL)jLj36aoo_..,, ,   Extra grant 1909 25.00��������� 385 00  Election account:--   *  Two elections '* ... 79 4������  Fire protection account       33 15  Road tax���������refund         34 ������������  Real estate��������� refund...  .     9 00  Hall account,..         13 3������  Health account:���������Dr.  McNaugluon 125.00  A H Peaccy - .40.90��������� 165 90  Scavenger account.���������  Cumberland News    $ ^,00  K Abe     1600  Total ������3000 00  Certified as correct.  J.T. E. Palmer,  City Auditor for 191 o,  FINANCIAL STATEMENT  Following is the statement of  expenditure for Public and llijjh  Schools for ytar ending Dec. 3rd  1910:���������  Teachers Salaries ....$6500 00  Janitor     480 00  Scavenger       60 00  Heafing Furnace    1600 00  New Desks...     171 00  Repairs   Printing   aud  Sundries    460 00  Of the Model Clothing Co/s Entire  $23,500 Stock at 27c. on the Dollar.  By the International Salvage Co., tho World's Greatest Bargain Givers, and  will he placed on sale in the Building of Spates' Tailoring; Shop on  j . Dunsmuir Ave., 2 doors east of Cumberland News Office.  I The Model Clothing Co., one of Vancouver's leading, popular and re-  1    liable outfitters, who were com pellet! tn vacate their building, nnd  with no -available location to be hnd. they were foteed out of  business and were compelled to accept our ridiculously  low cai������h offer of 27 cents on the dollar for the en-  liro stock,    Nearly 15 per cent of this stock is  till brand new, and bought for this   season's  bushie-xs without their 'krowledge that they  would lie placed in this predicament.  The entire stock will now be offered to the public by  the International Salvage Co., at sensationally  low pricis ihat will bewilder and amaze  the  most skeptical. Overcoats will be sold for the  mere cost of tlie linings. Suits for the cost of  pants. Furnishings at the cost of yardage, and  boots at mere cost of labor.  It is positively the boldest and most daring attack on prices ever at  tempted on the face of the earth.    This Great Selling Out  Sale positively o j tens rain or shine on  -..  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made to orfcr  from S20 to ������35    All Work First Class  Total Expenditure $9271 50  Respecfully submitted  T. H. Cakky. Secretary.  Certified correct Jan. 9th, ri.'  J. T. E. Palm Kit,  City Auditor.  (���������)  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.        I  ������ ������  '  k^    A IH A     Merchant     *  IV rWLJrA     tailor  ������������������1 n���������    ���������.,..,-���������   ,.T.    ,,.,.,,. 1, ���������| .11-1   ���������-,. T-- ���������!������  LADLES1 TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OiflDE TO   ORDEH W*>  lfi ANY STYliB YOU UUSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $%Q to $40.  Sale positively o^ns rain or shine on . CUMBERLAND, -       - B. C.  Thursday, January 19, at 10 A.M. for 7 days only $*v**s*w*v^^ vs*sw^*M*^^  $15-000 Worth Of Cloth- Joo Men's and Boys' Shirts, worth 75c.   *������*lll^i������'iii������i"������������l������MI*                  \  D    +   U A and $1: now 29c. " "" s  ing   DtltCnered. Men's Sbirts, white and fmcy patterns  Fine Suits of Men's   or   Youths'      Pr'������* $' t������ $2-   Now .' 79c.  f^ntlu.c  wnvtt, <*\1 ������iO   imw Men's Fleeced Fibbed Underwear, wcrth  Uothet, \*oitii$7.oU, now* U)$1   Nmv 39c  2 98 Mer.'s Hose, .vcith 25c. Now   .,,,,, ;c.  ,.   .     ������,,    ,          ..     ', ,    n,   , Men's .ind Ladies' handkerchiefs, liein-  Suit of Men's or 1 outh't. Clothes     siiiched, ������<>nh to 15c    Now 3c  or Overcoat, worth   to   $12. oO, Men's Silk   Enibromcred    Suspetidcrs.  now 4 98 wonh t0 W'    Jiaiv^e Pr,ce '2C  M .        ������   ..     \,    , ., .       Ties, worth 2Sc   .Now     5c  Overcoat* or feint*. Model s   pnee 24 dpz overalls, worth 75c   Now.... 29c  ������15, Salvage price Un) dczTies, worth 50c to 75c  Now 17c j  "  - .��������� I  Capital $5,000,000  Be������erve $5,700,000  6.88  berla  Tt jroeK without 'Buying,   that   it  will be a success,  it u I'EitFTT^ms nuur"  District ������������f Kuperi  TAKE notice that John  Henry  Kerriueh Richardson, of Viuicon j  ������ver,B. C,  rccupiition S emubniit  K Abe     1000 iver.li. CJ.,  rccupiiuon o eniuiw  C H Tarbell    31.70���������   5a 70jStewardt intenda to apply for pi  Isolation   hospital���������A Imisrion to purcluiBe lbe follow!  66 00  79 65  92 80  68 60  *79 45  'UIU'    IVM **a*m,t*mm*-m _. m-  K Mc(^uarrie 163 40  Incorporation account  PP Harrison......  Oilice account.......  Police curt account:-  Witnesses'  exi.en.se  .......  ... $15 00  W McLennan 30 30  J'IMlarrrison 47 50  Loan account........    1000 00  Kchooljaccuuiit.......    2696 20'  Trades license account  refund...,,,...,..       _w __  Light and repairs,'....    466 901 ion.  Scale inspector ...... 4 001  Sidewalk; account....  Interest account.....  Htable &c:ount*.���������  Vi Crawford $13^ 46  tt li Ward.. Oi %  CnujpbeliJir'a 19 71)  fciumlritis .. 71 14��������� a8i 25  Sundries:���������A Maxwell  clearing     Dmismuir  Ave #130 uo  P V Harrison   50 00  Iu.'itiranee pie-  niimn    ...    46 50  |)i>u.i ion 24th  iWiiy I uud.,,    2r* 00  C   11 Tui bel)    22 55  T K IJutc ..    to $)  Uuion of H.C.  inunidpaiii'sj    10 00  Suiuities���������    95 5i'��������� 390 12  JJalanve in hand....       3������l 41  inr      .   I e  'ta Hats, soft and stiff, worth $2    Now 03c  SIS Overcoats and ^ orPted bints ^ q{ jlat$_ wonh up (0 ^ N<nv   w  j     |miwjmjs 0( t\wm iadu'led, nnd      h  $[.79  The   Fire    Brigade  will   lioHi     money back  for  gauuents   re- Men's soft and stiff Hals, wonh up 10 $3  tliii7AmmarMfl^iFn������T^5iUrimpThnwd ~~~^ ~ "'^TZ ?or  , 1, Vi, ,������,., nOW  998 Boys Hats, wonh $1 Now -9'  the evening of March I ith.           \                 HOW ������.������o ^^    ^      ^  _ ������                   Ovwoats and .Suit*, ihut Fell e\e:y *>*            hMUs wwrth up l0 S(,5<)  Pythian Sisters  da.ice in Cum- 1    wliere at S'iO, our price N||W 79J  -rlaiid UalL Tuesday, Fab. M������h. j                         10.89 lioys Overcoats, w..nh up to $j.5������ N������������  lailoiwl.    'H Wiruta ������ p������tV to sell ChiUlrc'ns SohB tt.orth   $3: now... .98c}  them so low. Wovlh $~o. Men's and Ladies' iJoois.   wonh $2.50;!  HOW 11.48 Sale Price &'��������� i  Suits for best   tin-.*   wuar,   finest   Bay's Shoes  worth   $1;  now. 69c  Lid 1.M...I tHiloring thmiiglwut Mc* Hfoh-Top   Hoots,   wonh   nu   to  WorMi to $30.    Our price $7.50 J-'A  .������������ Men's Uxfbrds,   worth   S3!  ������ow  *'-4������>i  11.88 AND 14.98 Glov(iS<  jflc    t0  s,.5��������� valu^jj  Now ^'c!  Men.s (13oootB,   worth    4'5������  Sow  The Royal Bank of Canada.  I DRAFTS ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY. PAYABLE ALL g.  I -OVER THE, WORLD. |  j SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest J  1 at higbest Current Hates allowed on 1/ejioaits of $1 and upwards. ������  % CUMBERLAND, B. C, Branch, Opon Daily. jf  1 COUB-TENAY,   B.C, ^Sulb-Brancli,   Open  -Tuesdays and j|  I FRIDAYS. I  a ITNION WHABF, B, C,    fiub-Brach, Open Thursdays  I      ��������� trim P- MONTGOMERY, M������r������aj������er.  %{iitian!i)ffiiuiaimsnwt^Kii^  P7PH 1CLIPPS~H ARRISON  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBUC CONVEYANC.NG  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  mispion to purcluiBe tbe following  described lands:--Commencing at  a post planted about 40 chuins  north ot the Hnwbweat corner of  Seciion8,-Townahip21, tbence went  80 cbain������, thence' fouib 80 cdiainp,  thenco eiiHt 80 cbidnt, thonce notfli  80 cluiin������ tu p) ti ce of corn iih nco  trient containing 010 ncre������i more o"  h'iB.  ,       J. H. K. It's N E corner.  25 OoU0,,N ^ENHY   KKItldNHJt   IilCIIAUli-  .iMwnwnfl  tMfii ������rnuH������i������vK������.TiwKtrTAwnwvMKaraf knuwnuattxAtm  Men's Fine   I''''"'5*  worth   $3 5������������* e  .,  335 NO*'* _MmmZLml\  u^mmmfmmmmMM*,.*m.w������������������n rwiwrii w������mii I  ^j__^uo*..*f.mim*m.m.m  The International Salvage   Company,  The World's Greatest Bargain Givers  Selling out Ilie MODEL CLOTHISB OOMPiSn STOCK  DUNSM UIR A VIt, two doors east ot Nkws office.  STORE OPEN EVENINGS CuMliliKLAND,  B.C.  LUholesale Ocalcn in WlflES, bl^OOR fit BHE1R  ' miM ���������unMW V IT.WP7BBWBM������limIJUKI.  P. 0. T^OX 146  PHONE 20;...  CUMBERLAND  ���������BBmnw""  nornwa  urn.'mmm-mm���������  I  Dun Clark, Acant.  T>i.<c'd December lOih, iui().  -RUPERT LAND-DWTUIH'  District of Uupoi t  TAKE NOriCE that Aarm UmiUlmw,  ot Kmijoiltt, Florida cniwuiir, inuwa  tn ii|jply for |H-ifiiirt������uiit tv> purohtKe Uim  following (k'kcnbtjil lum-V,���������Comm. tic nir  nt a pn������t ulnn 1 tl 'i muoi w^t o( thu ii,l,.  Ui'l'ltll'lH WltOtl  II V.4, lOlVMMllip %),   thilUQf  n.-rth 40 ch I m, tb mn  \vtnt nn dim m,  tiKiitit- bouiIi 40 clminii,   iIumiw fli.t HO  climiui t'i pliiw ������.f wniiiy.iiiji.'eiiu'ur, oun*  uinb'tf ttZO iuire-H titoro or lii������x.  Ncrihoit on (Mint J 1-t'n ti, I'), corn /r,  Jamiw Hiuuwi.uv,  omiCUrli, ii������ori*.  DutCkl LKaiubT l'Jtl., IUJO  B. Cloutier,  General Blacksmith  K. fi T.,.i  i'liir" '  ������������������'���������������������������t.^.  Horieihoclnc: a Opeclulty,  Third Avc.t CiiiHberlam!  ]B999m������m^m^mawem9emi  M������i������������������W������������������������l������������!**'*  i _  *      "    50       H  _tm 'mm. __aaaa_\m  SPATES  The TAILOR.  mmm-Mmmawmmm*m99ma*u*m<a**i"amm*wmmimmmwm  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  lwndl������������' Work  ti Specialty*  I NEED MONET  -AND���������  YOU   WAHPT   CHEAP  FEED, ,,  So to suit hk both (luring lbe holidays i; will  (roll tho renininder of my  8TCOK   AT   COST.  Tbis is your opportunity   to suvo 10 jum1 cent  on your feed bill nnd lay   in a Kiipply for tlio  cold diiyn of .Iiuiuury,    .hoi'i't'foruot iho place  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   -  iiourtchay, B.C  DKAJdCll IN mXHUl AND I'Elil).  ... , i  I.;Iji  .S10J57 95  ti"  KUPKUT LAND DlKlMUC't'  DUrletif Hopert.  TA1CK WTOTIUK tliH Oinik'B Jiiilwm  Miner, ut U-tuttwu,   N.Y.,   t������t-i������(|;������a in-  *r,i������t������ndi t������ ������pply for |w������ini������winii  tu,   0 *.'   w-     '****  ���������yuwii-Mt tho tollxnaiuu U.������ifilln;it iiiKtli Q     ro       rn  (!jw������.eool������tfMt ��������������� |J0������t Plaajwia mihwj ^     P_  wort of tbn MV ioiiuir������ylfH*ii''u:i!, i..i������������.   \i% i,       <, ���������  t.ilV'M,   Ibi'MCO   n<lt,BUl.h,l'lA,   UiMi������������������     jfl  ^*        -s       -n4  H-HtW)   dllllU',  tllMMW   HuUlllHO  (jhllillH.I    tV^ ���������-{        t*J  Ujcocij wwt 80 oniiiiH, t'������ plw!������ <������r ooiuin-  ������-i vLMiit-nt. ������.utaii an.' (JlU.������trt������.,i|M������re or  \V't, K IIAItl-KKiTUDWiN MlWUU  A3;U- T.^J.  ........     ,���������������������������   |>|tU IW*.                              UI*lll.ll'.'M'l'lt".l   iiii.-ii.������  U������T'.M ATKD   VAl.t IW. ������r b))(l on poJ|l c,j ^^ HVl ��������� ������������������, r    ,, ^  Cils'uniUlii^^anvi iui^-v ^uw>u oo ....   Jf!!,11^^���������'  '.    .     ,1                    ,..������.������#������ my Untittll) c-m'ior IU II. 1010,  Central svho<d  roooo 00  I;iie hall iV iippiirom.-i 1000 00  ��������� *,!c    . 2511 00  i-frvt, wy/,011 .v eait 250 00  .   ..| IPOII  iin.spjf:-;. . . , f,00 0<������  8  5������ s'S  ������  ,������-������.^������'������^m������'  JlUl'BRniANPDWTHIOl'  DiHtriot������f Hiipfcit.  j-     TAKE N< TH I. lli������mtorge CSrtiu U  ,^,ew>iu<or,iuteMilH 10imAyturvitmw     H   ^  i Vn    4J14000 OO   wui ut ,m c .,���������*o the   f -Mfixn .'.^t.nnr.1^1      ^    S^  ,-.     ..    i....i..Ji1 n.i <���������! 11/ Ut 11 ln.pt UUdtiU   I'll' I     m. -*  i,������ -A rM?.a* aii'-aif'..  ;*;i/,:CJ .n  Al .v i'ui.!  l.'twer pi)"*3u������i b*ud..      277 52  5  s  t*t mm r  3     W       <J  fn.a_  0  CO  ������ o 0  m     y 14000 00 WM ,��������� ,m c .,���������*o the 1-Mwi }r-'������������������;"!;''"'"I ^ ^  atif-ars.,        S71  141 In ���������*<���������;-0������iim-i c-l-ig *t ������ |������*t pU������l* J."m.- 0 ^  /r  m!   tt'1-fiwt ni ti.H.oithM'ntcomer ������- Ktv g Ja  "i;l>'��������������� " ' 2l K,,\ "., IH,Tow hhi������i'.h theucecntt������ivbnU-. P "S  ,... fi r.M. fit 31   25    Im .-��������������������������������������������������������� Ii 40cli i". llio Ci*   v. t  HU ������J  *. .���������_  ... 1..1...1... <i...������.!  uuuili 40 1 HiriHti) nlnw (D  Total.... ?   9<������i 71  ���������     |U)    If Ml'    II    *������v  v..    >���������������������������     ...--..       ... .  ������lmi������n, tio. w>  H������.uih 40 i\nwnto\Ami\ ������  .���������r wiHiiiMr. cuiHtuv c*������.*Mit������-i������4f -ia' uu' ; r������  "^irj.i'n ' lion* COI *V> 8W H..r>������ -.      I H  ,1                         riKMUH (Jurrrii.a������"'-r'K "'!���������������''��������������� rr  1)mi   ...ri., .l,.t* .1. ������}  XoUl a*>C������ ,IM9"������ 7',l>������^^.������rul-r-.'0h, 1910. ������  '/)     '""-IT r  H- ��������� tana' Ml  ���������   "1 II  I e !  O t  ������ 0  When wo caw a report from  Dinhy, N, 8M  in ' tho  Toronto  ���������'NiniV ol'StRt iriHt., Ktntiiitf tliat  a uuin had hirt ������1<nil f.ninlii'(l "in a  lotiuly npot." wo decided that, tint  man man wan not only Hurioindy  injured, but nlno biild-heudod, bul  vi hull nc:;t day'r T'H>nto onbilvi''  ftliKinl in ilu illaiihlloii   new?  thut I J  a Polock wiiBKliot '������ in tli" IWeiuti!  fpinrtur,'* and hIhu   iu   its   Vmf  Willlnin di'upalcliM tbat a Dn#'  wns stubbed '*ili tlie -t'oai limr.k rv\  tion,'* our ideas   nf nntiti.iuv be-  en,iie hnzy, and we bikini to wnu-  der If it. f'otihl   pi������ni-ibly  he   tlie  f������mnn������iaf  that   wan    out,    Wil|  Hotrie tine''put uh wiH-u,,V���������Owt'ti ��������� fe't.  Bound ���������'lieiald'; # | 31  ^wiiiHWia fcMj*ii!WM<*a*w������iiimii ������.- ������������������   .  ^750.00 to #5000.00  WE SELL  RUSSEL,  SILENT-KNIQHT,  DAIMLER,  OVERLAND,  HUPfVIO^iLE,  and BRUSH  AUTOMOBILES.  8UNDRIESall kinds  BICYCLES and  SUPPLES  THOS. PLIMLEY,  Dr. Ke.r, dentil, v.iU n.i Com. J ^    owctAN08TO������iao8J.ANaLEY ������T������V|CTORIA������  B.C    M  tHH.iV fro... l-eby. 1-1.   until   K������h.    tal    cahaob. 727 JOHNSON ST.. r__ijmxJ9  0 l J_ >   lAm.  *-\       0     10thithd alter tlmt date at Cum. j ^S*,-.  ^^      u   [builand, '    ^������*  k -Sap1 AukII *4Hi)<wi"in'f ts iTi j  '���������**'

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