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 TENTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND,    B.,C.   TUESDAY,   APRIL .1-4.  1903.  _? s-  ' * -  t>S^SS_SI_^^^^_������S5Ea^^Q;^__^!KS^_!-^_^a_S:; gaS8S_SS_3^HB_aE13_^S_-S82!^S35  -    ' ' ' '- p.  I /r  . I ������  ���������-9VJ,  ^*-| J'^s, Vvntt nuot Mt 1119 omv  ^"U        /*���������    HNDTfhSCILt  flow petes He Find Her?  W^at is ilje Reason?  Some"Men have nothing- but their  -Clothes to give them tstancling. ' Others  have good' qualities', in . addition' to  th'fcii- Clothes. '-'','>     ,   ,  > 1  THE .FURNISHINGS IN' EITHER. "        -.'���������',,_  'ca'se.are important: > 'J' \*'.;:"'-' ..'.' :;;,-v   v  L."    ':, .:'     'Yj J'"Wh have  ther sort -(of- Furnishings  ���������\ c' . * 4       ,'��������� that" gives ^character to -all  Clothes.  ''rSJMONLISJSEU "fir Co., f./if.  r  %  7-  fc.*__-3&-33K9S--2  ,'teV.^k'. -������������������ '-'���������^?^p*tt4������V������"eS',,Aia������  I  T^5S^^!S^^^^^mili3m^^i^lS0^!m^  :'_rJt]_n!l_r  <V  j:  .lies .&..  61;YATES" STREET,  Kenoui  9  VICTORIA, B, C;  , Just.received-.1 arg-e shipment of  " ���������-   .'"    - ^ j ^_ __' -  CULTIVATORS;   REED DRILLS, ' WHEEL HOES,  Etc ���������  'i       _ VERY  LATEST  IMPBOVEMENTK i  Call;and see them or wn'e for catal->g_*>b and prices.  Telephone 82. .Sole" Agents for B.C. PO. Diawer 563  Whitney  Go-: farttf  _ i*. M^K-wjmgthWaa^j-wBT-ca  *    and kiahy  Carriages  "   The Ftmous Slake. Leaders for 40 years  .   Patents not obtainable on other makes  Pr cas from v-_ 50 to $85  Auti Friction   ^V'heel   Fasteners���������no   nuts   required���������  instantly taken off for oiling.  Whifrney Patent Foot-brake���������acta on both rear wheels  by slight ^res-sure of foot on lever.  Rubber Tire- Wheels,  Enamel  Fiuish���������Green,  Maroon  or 0 tk.  30 New Patterns for 1903   ���������  a fuM carload just in  .Tiiu biation^ ni������������>��������� Pr"1?*, v.ithfull Descriyfcinns, ou application.^  ?  THE  COMPLETE   FURNISHERS.  _of��������� ���������  LATTEST    PATTERNS  T.  Suitings for Gents,  ���������and���������  CostM'es for "Mm,  H. CAREY,  Ladies & Ge.nts Tailor  lye., Gumljerlaiid.  Second hand Furniture Department in basement���������all kinds rc-  p.tired   at   short   notice   at  S. IT.  RUr_>.  Hon'. Judge Harrison was in town  last week.  J. Malirer of Mah'rer & Co., visited Cumberland Wednesday.  Mr H. B. Potts was rather badly  ���������bruised by b s horse falling on him  at Courtenay last week. He is up  and about again, however, little the  worse for wear. . -  A Chinaman was killed at No. 7  tunnei last week, He was stopping  at ins work, when a small lump of  clay fell out of the face, striking  him on the back of ihe neck and  killing him instantly.  j Go and see the Samples of Weill  | /'Paper, and leavp your order for an  j up-to-date liaby Biggie or. (ij-Cart  j at S. H. Ptiggs, Corner Store. ,  COUNCIL   MEETING-,  Present���������Mayor Grant, Aids Bute;  McFadyon, Short'and Kilpatrick <  ,   'Minutes tend and,!adopted.  ,  Accounts���������From, News, ,publiC5h-  inu- Bye-law, $54; ditto'," notice of  Court of Revi-ion, $5; B.C. G'lzetie.  pub'isbing C,ourt,of Revision,'$5;  Cranstan Novelty Co?, 100 dog tags,  $3.14. Referred to Finance Com-  mitice. - '    <    ' j        ,    '  <    Reports���������Clerk informed1 Council  that he had received the per capita  school allowance for three nvmth-;  from T. E. Bank", detailing cdleo-.  tions and work done in March,"and  that he had deepened drain in the  al'ev at the rear of the two  houses  in   the'swamps   belonging  to'   R".'  Grant & Co , as the'sani'tary condition.of t here places was'bad; from '-  R.i Hornn'l, de ailing ,wor'k-,doner,_ori  March.     Ri-ceivrd and'filed.        '   ,  F^om"'Bfa'ss,.'Band, "asking^that  the'hajl  rent  for the  17th;'March''  dance,-he doriated: as t'hey had fail-  e'd to.make' expenses. ,Carried', that'  there be,no chaige made!"    .    \ k ���������  ' Moved Aid. Bate, thaVthe Band'  be, given   ihe- first ^privilege/ot the';  -hall- use'on   their regular -nights."  Carried. *" ,-��������������� ? ���������  ���������Aid'. Bate asked  u^e'of the hall,  -rent free, for the St. Paul's'Ohn ch  feslival, en'loth.,'   Granted.'   -"      %  Deferred ' business.    ?.' ���������>���������  Aid. Kilpatrick wanted to know<  if the Mayor called him to order  last meetinti.   'The answer being in  theVnegative^.' lie" stated4 that; the  "News" had   reported  the meeting  and that he had-been "several times  ^called  to" order."-- .Helwished 'the.  -tii;\t)er "explaiiied,,' as. people" had-  been talking%bbut'it. "'   . ' tvv ,J'~ '"  " The "News" rep rter called atten'������  lion to the fact that the matter had  been  referred   to  in only one place  in the lep-irt. in   which  the Mnvor  had   ruled   that   AVI.   Kilpairick's  request to have names removed from  a petition was out of order, and that  it did not-read'that  the Alderman  himself had been called to-order except in that his request wa> untenable.     There was no suggestion he  had been in any way unruly.  ^ Aid. <Short presented his amendment to the Pound By Law.     In  effect, that horses and cows be allowed at large from 8 a m. to 8 p.m.  and that all cow bells be, removed  whilst these animals were in stables  at night.      Moved to be read fit st  time.   "Seconded  Aid. McFadyeh.  Carried.  New business���������Mr Geo. Stevens,  on behalf of the Water Co.. asued  for grade on Windermere Avenue,  and that stumps be removed on  same street, between 4th aud 5th  streets, so that he might lay water  pipes to supply houses in the  Swamp.  Council could not see their way  to do the work.  Mr Stevens then informed the  Council that a hydrant had been,  pome lime ago, knocked out of place  by a team belonging to Aid. Kilpa- i  trick". It had never been properly |  mended, and asked thai something  he done to put the same in good  cpndiiion.  Aid. Kilpatrick disclaimed all  ���������knowledge of the matter, and Constable Banks said rhe had seen the.  thing happen, and had told the man  that he would have to pa}' for the j  hydrant. It was finally referred to  the Board of Works to have the  work done.  Aid. Bate moved a resolution to  beg Mr Mounce, M.P.P., to make  an effort to get a government grant  of $-500, to extend tlie road fiOni  Japtown to the Lake, so that people  could drive or walk there without  bbin^ obliged to walk on the rail  way, which was rather ,dan������erous.  Aid. Kilpatrick seconded. Carried  Aid. K.ilp-trick brought to'notice  that'the ,Chairnntn of the Board of  Works, Aid. Carthew, had' left the  i. '  town, and the other members did  not care to act without a ohairufan.  Left over-until-next meeting.. Aid/  McFadyen acting pro tem.  Aid. Kilpatrick also .said that  someihingshould, be do^e about a  ca're:aker for the city scales. Iu  many cascf/Constable Banks would  be v\orking when someone would  want a load weighed. It was a loss  of, time fur tho officer to leave his  work and come there, besides having his clothing, soiled with clay  and unfit to pasa i hrouglivthe,public  streets. ,- '   <'  , Aid, Short Jnterjec'.ed the remark  that men working in the mines had  ������������������ tOTpass't-hrough the tov\n in soiled  clothing, and he-)sa\v nothing out  of, the wa'y in'this case. "\ f  . Aid.   KiIjL'atrick "contended < that  "much time was lost. Council should-  *get someone else to do tlie weighing.'1  Constable   Banks���������"' .What's. the  matter with having someone ehe to  -do the work?" . -        ,   ^  / "Aid/ Short" reminded tho officer  that there was1 very-* little p-dice  work in the town, and   that it  was  'necessary that he should do other  work  to make it possible for  the1  Council to keep an officer. '  Aid. Bate thought that Magistrate Abra'ms could attend lo this.  He was always ori hand and in  clo?e proxmity to the scales-.  "Moved Alct. McFad^'en, seconded  Aid." Short," that   he'- be - asked   to  undertake the duty.''''-v *���������  Councils adjourned.    . ��������� --  , -r  ���������   ; ..   - ���������  ' -Telegraphic News.1  a������  m  ^frrrJgrj<''"  DIFFERENCE IN  It isn't altogether the- difference in  surface coloring that should.appeal; -  to  you  in   buying -_' paper.. ' Yo\i\[  shoulcl see that-the'1 quality is in', ;  the body of the paper.-' *      ���������       /��������� ' ' ,,j  The Kindtliat Goes on Easily.  "������������������������*  ,- will probabily Stay on ..    .-.  We sell the sort that insures* satis-' ".-  faction.-     New Designs. - - '   / .     ' '".  >-,v.  MOQREl: .BROS.:  ~'W.'''  iZ  ��������� f  tni  Mr Dunsmuir, in interview, ciaims Mr ' '->/ -W  Baker/did not allow freedom of opinion'--/ '<\s.>^  in -Union mines meeting." Reid-and '  Bickle's amendment against joining W.'~  . F. M. drawitigfroin-him tlie-request that -  "all-against us had better retire." Mr,  Dunsmuir a'so denies the rumour that "  he caused, negocatinns to tie opened for ,  settlement of Extension trouble. ��������� -     < ^ "'  Wym-.uth, April 11 --Over a 30  mile course, 15 to leewaid and 15 to  wihd'.vardj'Sbam.'ock IIL tod.iy'feat  Shamrock 1 bv 17-������min. 20 sec.  Victoria, April 11 -Accordi' g o  advii es received front the Orient, it  is> ex, ected thnt a la rue number of  Chinese will hurry to Canadu* within  the next month to Lund before the  head tax i- increased i oni $100 to  $500 as proposed in the recent legislation introduced at Ottawa.  Victoria, April 13th.���������With an-'  nouncement. of the' Budget speecn  for Wednesday an early cloce of  the season is anticipated, The Government bill enacted against the  employment of Chinese in coal  mines advanced another stug-, Alc-  Innes s'ating that positive assur-  .ance had been ^iiven b\- Laurier to  Prior that if not made inclusive of  Japanese no legi^laiion of ibis  chariicrer wouldlienceforth be disallowed. Hawthon'ithwai'.e  the measure grudged support.  Nanaimo, April 13.���������Mr<= Hanua  was found dead at h r home >ni M -i-  toa Stieet last Fiiday. She ii d  btivix living alone, a..d n-n bei .g  noticed around for some day- the  neighbours went to the nou e fearing something was  wru; g.      Upon  v< * r  t:-  *.-.  HOSPITAL  MEETING.;  PL  gave  investigating she was found i^'ing  on tlie floor She had been dead  for some two or three days. She  leaves 'hreo children, Elizabeth.and  John Gillespie,���������of.Cumberland,! by  former murriage, and Robert Hannah of Ciunberiand. Tlie funeral  took place today.  Condensed "Wires.  . La'dysmith, April u���������Reported that in  the event-of a strike at Union, Mr Dunsmuir contemplates closing the mines for  a considerable time, and will open timber  limits meanwhile.  Victoria, April n-^Beir.g spoken of re  rumour of modification of attitude,, he reiterated thel. he would never recoynize  W.F.M. He would not close mines voluntarily, this would depend on attitude of  men. ''My. own' meiv and I can settle  troubles' between ourselves without interference from outsiders or foreigners."  In Local House.���������In answer to Haw-  thornthwaite. Number of Japanese in  Union; Mines given as 38, Chinese 132.  Whites 566. Rate of wages���������Chinese  and Japs., $1.25 to $1.50, this for 1902.  '; The annual meeting/of the'direc-'-^" v������$|  tors was held'in thV City Hall; last ..l-rjl  "S:-tttrrday.--" ���������Presiden-tAbrams in-'tne-" ^'- :H  * "chair,; iefprred- Ito the1 difficulties-"1 "-"^^-'-w-l  .under,which th'e'^institution"labored, arid the lack of interest t(tken iri -^  the meetings, and hoped that efforts  would be made to clear off the debt- x  and collect money enough' to complete necessary improvements.  . The minu-es of last annual meeting read  and  adopted.1    Auditor's   .  report read,*1 received and,,filed  Secretary's   report" read showing   -  an indebtedness of about $l50>t<i\  Apsil,1903.    Received and filed.  Treasurer   re*d treport,   showing   "'-'  that voluntary  cash  donations lur  year amounted   to only $30.     Received and filed.  Secretary   Hall   moved    vote   of  thanks to Well- Col  Co. for oo.ilfor  '  tbe year, amounting to       tons.^J.,  li. McLean seconded.    Carried.  Moved Geo. Stevens, seconded'J.  B. McLean, vote of thanks ,to the  Medical Council for medical sup- ,  plies. Carried. Moved L.W. Hall,  seconded J. McLean, vote of thanks  to Colliei\y surge on.- for gratuitous  services. Carried. Moved L.W.Hall  .seconded Dr Gillespie, vote of thanks  to trie Editor of ''News" for free  prii\tit.g. Carrn d. Moved J.B. Mc-  Le.iii. seconded Dr Gille-pie, vote of  thankb to Messrs J. L ltoe and J.  B ird, for auditing. Carried. Oil  beha f of the public, moved Jo.111  Thomson, seconded W.B. Anners<m  vote tif thanks 10 outgoing pre-idenc  and d rec.ois.  Election of officers--For Piesident  Jas. Ab.ams .nominated by Dr Gillespie, se orided  by  J. B. McLean.  _NOmination<  cio.-td,      Mr Abranid  ���������  was declared  elec-eu.     For Vice ���������  L.A. Mounce, proposed by J.B. McLean, seconded Dr Gillespie, declared elected; for secret a ry���������-nominated   by J. B.  McLean,  _econded Dr  Gillespie,   L.   W.'... Hall   fur  office,'  elected;   for treasurer���������J. L. Roe,  nominated by Dr. Gillespie, second-  r  j ed J.^. McLean, elected; for direo-   "  tors���������Messrs Geo.   Stevens,   W. B.  Ander.-on,   Rev. Mr Wilkinson, Dr,  Gillespie, and S. H.. Puggs.    Messrs  J. B. McLean and John Thomson,  being nominated declined.'  J. B McLean moved, seconded  by Dr Gillespie, that the Government be urged to appoint two directors, as required by law.    Carried.  Moved, seconded and can ied, that  the annual report be published one  week in the "News."  Meeting   adjourned. 4  MY HEART'S DARLING  BY TV. HEOIBURG.  -'Will  Jaicie  pers in  SQft musk  you have them,  dear?"  held   the   delicate  little -slip-'  ]ier  hand,   and   inhaled   the  perfume.     ''The wise men's  gifts      that  we  hear  of in the Bible  must have smelled like these."  "Take  '" them,"-      said      I-Iortcnse,  "take all,   if it  would,  be any pleasure to you;  they have no longer any  value  for  me      Do   not  shake     your  ���������head,   you   nvist  take  everything.     I  will send     thi-m  over  to  you.      Vou  ���������can   enjoy   them;   they  make  roc'fee!  'badly. ' Papa and I made that jour-  ���������ney just     after I became,  a widow.  He pave me his word of honor,to do-  nothing I should  disapprove  of,, and  -not to gamble any more; and I���������believed him;"       ,     ;  She shrugged   her shoulders.  "You     gim     me too much,    JTor-  tense,"     said    r.ucic,   turningl away.  ,"���������'! have  nothing  for you."  "Yes,  you  can love me!"  They   sat   down   again,   and     were  ���������silent.  "-Would you like to travel with me,  -Lucie?"   .  The  girl  gazed   out   into   the     dis-  ������ -tance.<  "Ah,  travel,  travel!"  she whispered. ���������     ,  '-'If you will���������why should wc stay  ���������here?"  "We   two' together?"   asked   T_ucie,  'breathlessly;   and.   a, lo'ok   of   delight  -���������ehpt out from her eyes and her deli-,,  -cate nostrils  vibrated.  "I-Tave you ever traveled at all?"  ���������asked Frau  von tLoweri. *      ������ "  "Never!      Oh,  yes,   that is; I went  once  for      two  days  with my sister  iind brothers      to Holstein to spend,  /Easter     -with,    my - brother-in-law's,  -���������father; but not on<.thc sea.    Ah! and.  'I long so  to  see  it;  it      has  always,  -been my dream of happiness!"  "Would     you   like  to   travel,     Lu-'  ���������cie?"     ' ' -"' - '<     -���������  1 "I-Iortense! But I can not!" cried  the girl, with a frightened look.  "Do  not speak  of it���������Alfred-���������"  "Whether you stay here or" not, he  -is  never  at     home;   he  might "allow,  ���������you that little (before* you are chained  to  him.  forever." ' ,   '" '  "No, no, I-Iortensc; I will not ask  ���������it of him; it would vex him. Do not  ���������speak of it."  "I will ask him." If he loves you-;  little one���������if he' does not love sel-  .fisHly ho'will  say yes."  "No, please don',t���������please don't! ���������  -���������at least not to-day!" repeated l^ucie,  -her face whitening, for just then slie  "heard his well-known firm tread, and  Alfred entered. Lucie sprung toward-  him 'with more eagerness than was  -her'wont, and seized his arm as if-  -.she had something to ask^ of'him. "  Hortense held1 out her hand to him,.-  ���������and waited for him'to sit dowa". Tie  -sat down opposite-to her, still holding Lucie's hand; an uriusuaMook of  contentment was in his grave face.  ' "Do you know whore C have been.,  __ucie?" he asked.    "Just guess."  "With my grandfather,"  said Hor-  Aense.  "Yes, certainly: _ but the old Indv  .and gentleman are so deep in their  .-game of chess that they scai'cely  --noticed me. But before that, Frau  -Jaroiuio? I think only I.ucie can  -S"uoss."  The girl shook her head, and looked at him hesitatingly.  ' "Ln our future home," said he.  and pressed the little hand before he  let it go. ������������������Everything is now so  ������ar ready that you can come and  survey your kingdom and order  when the furniture is to be placed,  and���������"  there   to-day?  A JlaTiific's   Poem.'  ' Probably the mass of prison poetry  which has been written on spools and  bedposts and scratched on pris\>u walls  Car exceeds that which has found expression on paper, and many a '���������mate,  inglorious -Milton" has begun and finished his poetical career with these  "lost to sight" productions.  There is in existence a short poem,  said to have been . scratched by.- a  maniac on the wall of his cell, which  runs thus': -$-  ��������� Could I with ink the ocean fill,  Were all the world of parchment made;  Were' every rceiT'on earth a quill  . And every man a scribe by trade,  To write the love of God alone'  .' Would drain that ocean dry;  Kor could the: scroll contain the whole,  Thuugh stretched from sky to sky.  .    The   authenticity   of  this   being  the  work of, a mani.-ie has ofteu boon ques-'  tioned because of the beauty of its expression and'its sound reason,,but the  story stands.���������All (ho Year Round. -  At   the  AlHlrixnoii-iil   OilJee.  Agent���������Now, please state what conditions you require on the part of tho  lady.  "Suitor���������A pleasant exterior, 20,000  mark's dowry, domestic training arid OVi  size gloves. . ',','.  Agent���������May I ask why you fix upon  the last named condition?'  Suitor���������Well, you see, a few years  ago I won "six pairs of ladies" gloves,  C>x/x size, in an exhibition lottery, and  you can'ti, expect me 'to throw them  away.���������From tho German.  Saved   by  an   Oirl.  King Robert the Bruce, according to  the well known story, once owed his  safety to a spider. Among tho Tartars of 'central Asia thero is, a belief  that one of their khans or chiefs was  preserved, long years ago, by tho great  horned owl.- lie had hidden in a  thicket to avoid capture by some'enemies.- . By and by his pursuers came to  this spot.  The first thing thoy saw was'an owl  sitting on a bush. What did this mean?  It signified in their e-3-es that this bird  would not rest quietly there if any man  were lying concealed closo by. Therefore they argued that tho' khan could  not be'there, ana so they hurried on  to search for him'elscwhero. At night-'  Calf the khan made'his way'to tho  camp or" his 'men and told them how  he had 'been saved from certain death.'  His story,caused them over afterward  to look* upon the owl with reverence  and - love.'  their cap's  They wore its feathers in  as a pledge of victory.  A  /       1  Toti&'h  Tougl*  Origrinuiii'}*.  "What  is  there  original  about that  novelist's work?" ,,  "''Well,;! answered the"publishcr, f"the  plot isn't"novel, and the treatment isn't  unusual, but the advertisements are all  our own.','  Then   and  Noyv. ,  Once, long- ago, 'twas her delight  To dress-up in a handsome gown.  But now. when he's out.late at night,  ���������i   Ghe likes tc Areas her hubby down.  and a Western Broncd's^hide is the toughest worn by  any animal of his weight    , ��������� '   ���������  "Pinto Shell" Cordovan is tanned 'from his liide by,  the TI.B.K. Co., by their^ own process, without oils  or minerals. Q        ,f ,' '<  Used only in H.B.K. mitts and gloves.  Water, wind, boil, scorch'.and cold proof.  'Never cracks or'hardens, never tears or rip's, always  soft and fie:  :iblc.  B.tt.  ���������lUNb  Sold by all dealers., Sec this trade mark      _������-^? ^v,  '  If your dealer has not got them, write us and send his nnmo.       ,    ^  Every pair branded 'rX������i__to Sl_.������jll," Cordovan by  'Hudson' Ba^'Knitting Go.  30 St. George Street, Montreal.     123 Princess Street, /Winnipeg. ; ' -  Makers ot Warm Clothing, Mitts, Glove3, Underwear, Sox, Moccasins, etc.     101  T'-' -"  A. COLD  RUN ON.  Until  Bt  Develops  into  Pneumonia , or Consumption���������Easy , to  Cure a CoSd if You Use  DR.  CHASES  SYRUP OF LINSEED AMD TURPENTINE.  It is said that, 1 he  This   accounts for     so  being still  with  us.    ������  good  die jroung..  many adults  It  is,easv  to   let  a "cold   run. on.    Vou  may. say   with   others that   you   always  ,-let a cold take care oi itself. ' There id a  danger of following this plan once too  often. At this, season -of the year' the  lungs   seem   to   be- unusually   suscepriblc  1 to, disease, and before i you' suspect it  pneumonia or consumption has seated itself in your system. It is possible you  have tried the cough ��������� 'mixtures which  druggists offer to their customers. Thobe  may   do   well   enough   for   ^.slight   colds.  "tickling in the throat, but they are powerless in the presence of serious disea.-i������.  Dr. Chase's vSyrup of Linseed and Turpentine is -far- more than, a cough -e;n-  edy. It cures the cold as welli as loo----������n'-  ing and easing the 'cough. It tukes -> he  pain out of the bones, and reaches 1 he'  very seat of disease when there is pain  and tightness in the chest. It would  not be too much to say that Dr Chase's,  Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine bus  saved   thousands   of   people      from   pneu  monia aad consumption. . There is not a  village or hamlet in Canada where this  famous family medicine is not recognised  as a most unusually effective cure' for  croup, bronchitis, asthma, coughs and  colds. ' -  Sir. Donald rf!raharw, 45 Callendar St.,  Toronto, states': "My boy, who is six  years -of age, ("is .developing all the  _yni|>toms of [.'.vumonia when, we commenced giving him Dr. Chase's Syrup of  Linseed and Turpentine. It very "quickly "���������  checked" the udvunce of disease, and in, a  few days he wasr.as well as ever, and-.is  now.'going to school' regularly. - 1 hove  now great fnith in this valuable remedy,  and- shu 11   recommend . it   to   my   friends."  Don't take anything said to be "just  as good."- There is no throat "and lung  medicine pist as good as t Dr. Chase s  Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine. fte-  fnember  this   when   buying,   and  insist   on  having Dr.  AH dealers,  Toronto  Chase's;   25   cents   a   bof.le.  or   Edmanson,   Bates   &   Co..  v  asked  have  minutes  e.go.  a place for your work  ho.   added,   "at     the  he   corner   room   which  I  a  must  shell  froi'i  have  "Were   you  of-lorlonsc  "Just, a  few  ������������������already found  .table,   T.ticie,'  window     of   i  looks out  t,ov. ard   the street.  have the carpenter  make you  jCor /lov-or_  thero "'  "The   ho'.if.o   looks   ~o   small  "ohe outside,  tlwit I should r.o'ver  "thought- ��������� "   interrupted     Hortenpe.  1-Je laiij;hed. "it was originally a  .garden       house;   anil   now   it   is   only  ��������� large: enough  for very modest people,  Frau      Jiaronne. I  can  nor,  buy  a  'villa.      r.ut   it   pleasantly      situated,  ��������� and suits us,  and  is our own���������is not  -that so,  Lucie?"/  "Yes," she said, and looked beyond  ;frim  out of  the window.  IJoiaen.se sat quietly in her arm-  ...chair. . "When," she began, "shall  2rou-���������?''���������'    .       ' , .'  Lucie got up and went to the -piano and turned over the,*'sheets of  music. .       ^'  "When  will  we  move   in,   do     you  .���������mean,   Fran   Earonne?     in   the     nu-  .' .tumii,   I think,   when the leaves ���������   beg-in  to  fall."  "Shall you make a wedding journey?'' she continued.  . lie laughed loud and heartily.  "That will not do ior a physician  -������������������who has just .established himself,  x'rati   von  Lowen."  "But formerly you used to travel  xx. good deal?"  she  inquired.  "Not much. Bat I did see a good  ���������deal of my own country and its surroundings."  "Were you in Switzerland?"  He nodded. "Yes, and even in  I.taly. While I was a student I wandered about a little on. my savings,  which were quite considerable. I  have visited the Tuilleries in Paris,  ���������and the Tower in London, and cvon  ���������xvent so far as to wander under the  midnight sun."  "Then you know and can appreciate how  beautiful  the world  is?"  (To  be  Continued.; i  'A   ?.rnnel>aJiiien   Yarn.  Earon Munchausen, when hunting  for deer upon one occasion, encountered  a magnificent animal, but found himself without shot. Speedily gathering  together a handful oi' cherry stones he  loaded his gun with them-and fired-at  the deer, hitting him squarely between  the eyes, not killing him, however. The  deer manag-ovl to escape, but some time  , later ,the baron encountered him again  and was surprised lo see a beautiful  cherry tree growing out of the animal's forehead, covered with blossoms  and fruit.  Would Yon Enjoy Eerfeci Diges=  tive Vigor.  if You Are a  Dyspeptic Try  :t.  Too   I'cnccfsl.  4<Dey is brothers, ain't dey?"  "I guess not.   I never seed 'em  in'."  fight-  Told   Her  Frankly.  Edith���������Tell mo frankly, George, if  you wore a rich man do you think 3*ou  would ask me to marry you7  George���������I don't think it would be  necessary. Edith. In that case you  would probably do the asking!  #t}r}r>or}rttH>r^^  POSITIVELY CURES  Rheumatism  Neuralgia  Backache  Headache  Feetache  All Bodily Aches  AND  The weak and capricious stomach  of the dyspeptic calls for a form of  nourishment that can lie retained,  quickly assimilated,, and that will  afford strength to tlie body. Malt  Breakfast Food fully meets the needs  of the dyspeptic by furnishing elements of nutrition that agree with  weak stomachs. Malt Breakfast Food  gruel is a refreshing and delicious  dish for all suffering dyspeptics. The  use of this appetising gruel for a few-  days will, tone and .strengthen- the  stomach and'-'digestive organs, after  which the patient may commence  with the regular" Malt Breakfast  Food porridge, which will maintain  a natural and healthy appetite.  Thousands of physicians gladly re-  oomnie-nd Malt Breakfast Food; All  Grocers.  $SBS##r>#XH>������i}$  Ho that cannot forgive others  breaks the bridge over which he must  pass himself; for c.\eiy man has need  to   be  forgiven.  Ki^ard's Liniment Cures Garget iu Cows.  The United States has now over  7J- million acres of artificially irrigated   land.    Colorado   and   Califor  nia  alone  have  million acres.  between   them   thro  Man's riches are to "be estimated  rather by the fewness, of his wants,  than the greatness of his possessions.  A man may be an expert at building air castles and not have sense  enough to properly construct a hen  coop.  TTOW i;o CURE HEADACHE.��������� Some  nconle-'sulTcr untold misery day after rlav  with headache. There is rest neither Jav<  or night, until the nerves are all ' un-'  struiiar The cause is generally " a dis-'  ordered stomach...and a. cure can be effected bv using Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills contnininf jMandi-ake and Dandelion jUr Finhiy Work.-Lysander, V. 0..  wi-ites : <,",! find Parmelee's Dills a'"first-  class   article   for  Bilious"- Headache,"  A 'husband, unlike other -flesh,, the  more you roast him', the tougher /he  gets'.     < '   "    ���������'.<������������������ '   ���������������������������  ,- The man who borrows tro'ublo _,is  usually compelled to pay a high interest on the loan'.      a .      ' ,*       ','  If talking politic* sometimes makes  men fight, what -would be the. result  if women were alio v. eel to vote ?  One of the preatcst blessing.", to Parents is Atother Graves' Worm Exterminator, it euectuan./ expels worms and  gh.e.s health, in a matvellous manner to  the' little ,oi\c.  i  . ��������� ,  ExcLtidinu -lOgypt,  and   the   Soudan,  .Britain owns 2,585,000  square, miles  of  Africa,     an  ^ area   equal  to" more  than   fifty- Englands.    and  inhabited  ,by about '15,000,000 people. I   ' .  ' STREET" CAR ACCIDENT.���������}Tr. tThos  Sabin.' su.vsl: ,"iM.v eleven year old hov  had his foo.t b'adlv injured bv "being run  over bv a' car on the Street Hail war!  We at once commenced ^bathing the foot  with Dr. Thomas' Edectric Oil, when the  discoloration' and'.the ' swelling "was removed.- and in nine days he could use his  foot. We always keev a bottle in .the  house   ready for 'anv emergency."  The days when a wom'an's  her fortune, have* passed. *  but cold cash  goes now. - D  face was  Nothing  When you fret and fume at tlie  petty ills of life, remember that the  wheels which go round without  creaking, last  the longest.  Down Sick with ������ Cold  If we cottld only convince you how easily  you could cure a cough or a cold by using  firay's Syrup'  Red Spruce Gum  there would be less pneumonia and consumption.' It will cure your cold as quick-  ��������� ly as you caught it. '  AU Druggists 23 cents.  Germany has or an average 800  orchard trees to' the. square mile. Of  these thcrc-are 332 plum, 251 apple,"  119 pear  and  101- cherry.  ^&3^s^^mmmmwmm^!^i2������i!ffi  We tnaa__e Granfey Rubbers.and Overshoes out.bf  pure new rubber. Can as much be said of any other make?  cost the maker more, But they cost the wearer less, for  one pair does the work of two pairs of ordinary rubbers.  "Granby Rubbers wear like iron;"  The town of Alost. in Belgium, has  sold a picture of liuljens for $303.-  00u. in order to raise money to .buile  a new  church.    Miiiard's Liiinnent Cures Distemper.  Kind words arc the brightest flow-'  ers of earth's existence: they make a  very paradise of the himiWest home  that the 'world can show.  The largest bean-Hekl in- the world  is in Southern California. It covers  1,500 acres, and if. takes.40 tons of  beans to sow it.  This town can boast of a few  ug   men  and quite a  numbei  i'etly cigarette holders.  nice  oi  A now railway is being built from  Damascus to Mecca, for the- use of  Moslem pilgrims, it will run :i,100  miles through a waterle'ss desert.  Two million dollars has ''already  been raised, and the railway was,  commenced   IS   months   ago.  The world's marching orders are :  "On to tile "grave."' but watch .your  track and dodge the stumps.  Friendhip improves happiness and  abates misery, by the doubling of  our joy and dividing of our grief.  Mr. Geo. Jloser, Fairbault, Minnesota, writes: ',JMiitr.1 Sophie Stell-  macher had an open -wound on her  foot, from which she suffered almost  17 years. ThanKs to the continued  use of Ur. August Koonig's ilam-  "bin-g Drops she has now completely  recovcrod, and begs to express lo  you her heartfelt thanks  for it."  Wo attract hearts by the qualities  we display;- we .''retain them by: the  equalities we possess.  K 1'1'iny be only a trifling coin, but- nee-  led it. and. it will fusion its ' fangs, in  your lini������s, tind you will be 'carried to an  untimely grave. In thin country we have  sudden-changes and must expect to havi ,  coughs and, . colds. We cannot avoid  theni, but we can effect a cure by tising  Bickle's Anti-Oonsuniptive Syrup.'- the  medicine that has never been known to  fail in curing' coughs colds.' bronchitis  and all affections of the throat, lungs  and  chest. . ���������  '   The Philippine     Islands  suffer   ler-t  ribly from leprosy.      There are fully  12,000  lepers     now     in  the, various'  islands..  In summer t'he continuous coil  takes up the slack.  In tha -winter season pay3 it back.  Page Wove** Wire Ferace  All fences slacken   in warm weather and  5*    tighten in cold���������except tho Pago bence.  '    Pago spring coil takes up the slack in summer and lets it but in winter. No loose sagging  in summer, no straining or breaking in win-  ter. Common crimped -wire is not spring tempered and if it slackens it stays slackened; if it |  tightens it loosens again worse than ever.    Page wire is tempered to regulate lis own *  tension summer and winter.   00,000 miles of Pago wire fence muse now.  Tho Pago Wire Fence Co., Effiffi^ffffi^^  ROSS <St ROSS, G������**es-al Agents, WINNIPEG, MAN.  I  t  I  1  a-I'l  4  i-ji^^M^T^iin^-ci^XKS.'rfiaf-tr  MEM       " ������������������"���������������������������  ' ���'��
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How the Old Possum Hunter
'   ,      Won His Wife
[Copyright,-1902, by O. B. Warner.]
I  HAD been present at three or'four
m.arriages  among  mountain  people, and one evening as we were
���'returning home from such an incident I asked the old possum hunter if
.   '     he jumped  the broomstick as a  mar-
"< ,      riiige ceremony.
"Reckon  I  did,"  he replied,  with a
laugh, "though it was purty hard work
���   fur me to do it on that occasion.    Yes,
jumpin' the broomstick is jest the same
.     ,       ,      as it\yo' had yo'r preacher' marry yo'.
|j',    , The trouble in ray case was Unit I had
n fout on hand befo''the jumpin' look
>'    place.   Let's sit down yere iind sihoke,
'.   -and I'll tell yo'about it."
��� - Three minutes later, when he had a
, fresh filled pipe to draw on, he threw a
e'tono into the thicket lb /scare a whip-
poorwill away and began:
"One dayrwhen I was a young feller
of  twenty-two  I   seen  a   gal   over  ou
-.    t'other side of the mounting that jest
.filled the bill.   I juned up to her aud
was'talkin'  'bout.  b'ars,<and   wildcats.
and gich< when her mother steps in and
aez:      * (
(. "'Stranger, mebbe yo' are wan tin' to
take my gal away fur a wife?' .   ���    >
'T ".'I'm   reckonin'   to-consider  that,,I
-'would.' I replies.
".VThen I'll blow.the horn fur her pop
;     ' to cum outer the,'woods  and  tell yo'
' " what is what!''���       J --'
l!"   ' , *   "She blow*ed and blowed, and birpe-
'.''  by the old man appeared.   lie-was a.
powerful man, and he didn't look good
natured. His name was Babbit, and
arter lcokin' ine over ho sez:
" 'Stranger,  it's got to" be a  mighty
.good man  who takes  my  darter Sue
away" fur his wife.   IIow fur kin anybody h'ar yo' holler?'-
" 'Two  miles" if  the  wind  is  right.'
��� sez 1.
'' 'And about yo'r jumpin'?'
" 'It's clus on to eight feet when I
don't slip.'
" 'Ilev yo' ever dun-any clinibin'?'
"'l'hcv.  I've climbed the tallest tree
in   sight   of   these   yere   Cumberland
" mountings.'
" 'And the' number of b'ars.and wildcats what yo've slain?' he goes on,
scorn in' to want to pick a furse with
" 'They'd purty nigh (ill yo'r cabin,'
soz I. feelin' a leetle riled at tbe way
he spoke. ���
'��� 'Well,' sea he arter- stop pin' to consider a bit, 'nobody kin take that gal
away jest bekase he kin'hoot or climb
.or kill varmints. He's got to lay me on
my back in a fa'r ('out. I'll gin yo' a
week to thiuk it over. If yo' want the
gal, yo' must cum back and tackle me.
and- I'm tollin' yo' I'm a bad critter as
long as I've get one foot on the airlh.'
;'I went away fecliu' sort of cast
down,"' said Zeb, "but the mo' I
thought of it tho mo' I wanted that
gal Sue fur toy wife. That night I
uaade up my mind that I'd try fur lier,,
and next da}- I wont back to ber cabin.
Her pop was Thar aud walkiu' around
and feelin'.'powerful.;peart...and as soon
as be catches sight of me lie comes up
iind s:>ftly sok:
" 'Do i   understand  that -yo'r cognomen is White?'
.   "'It alius has bin.' says I. ,'
"'Zeb White of Coon Cove?'    ���
'"The same/
""Has   bad   seven   fights   with   b'ars .
and  men and come out on top every
."������""-Bout seven, sah, but I didn't cut
no notches on a stick to keep tally.
I've come oyer to lay yo' on yo'r back
and take Sue away.'
" 'Then may the Lawd be praised,'
he says as he lifts up his hands, 'fur
I'm jest fur a riot. The fust thing
yo've'got to do is to lay me on my
back, and I' tell yo'T shan't strike nor
kick nor bite, but 1 warn yo' that I
shall slam yo' down on the airth in a
way to jar the hull stait of Tennessee.'
"Thar was a el'ar space in front of
his cabin," said the old man, "and
when the gal and her mother had cum
outdoahs we threw off our coats and
begun bizness. 1 was accounted a
powerful hand on a wrassle, but that
man was also a powerful critter, and
I reckoned I'd liev to hey help from
the Lawd to gain the victory. It was
10 o'clock in the rnawnin' when we
begun, and the clock was jest strikin'
1 when'I flopped him on his back. That
spot of ground looked as if fo'ty hawgs
had bin rootin' it up fur a week, and
we was so beat out-we could hardly
speak. Mo' than twenty times in them
three hours that critter, had me almost
dun fur, but I'd send up a sort of prayer and git a new hold, and at last I
fetched him. When ho -was able to
.talk, he riz up and took my hand and
new ,
" " 'Stranger, it was a far wrasse'., ana
.I've'' oin flopped. I wouldn't "a", believed yo' could 'hev dun it. but yo"
did, and I'm sayin' yo' ar' a puny ��ood
man. I-Iowsuinover. it ain't ovrr'yit.
Yo've got to lick mo to git Sue. and 1
know yo' kin never do it. We'll take
three days to rest up. and then yo' kin
"cum back and tackle me.'''
"And did you go?" I asked as the old
man made' a long pause.
"Fur suah," he replied. "I. was
mighty bore and lame, but I< knowed he
���wou'ld be as bad'off. Besides, {hat gal
Sue had hooted fur me when I (lopped
her pop. and I knowed by that she
was with ine and'would' hope fur me
to conic out on top. In three days I
went back to hev it out." Tho critter
was a-lookin' fur me .and glad to see
me. A b'ar had'killed ono of his hawgs
c the day befo', and he was b'ilin'ovor
with madness nnd-hankerin' fur a row.
When I walks up to him, he grins with
delight and se'z: "       '
' " 'Zob White, yo' laid ine on my back
t'other day, but I reckon the Lawd
helped yo'. lie can't help yo' in this
yore foul which1 ar'��� about to occur.
"Yo* will be a licked man in two hoots
and a holler.- I'm gwine to hang oh to
myself and not 'quite kill yo', but yo'll
be crippled furdifc when it's over. Let
the wimon como put and see'the fout.'
'"How's it to be?' sez l.'   '        ���
r'  '"A fa'r foul.' sez he., 'Nor.throwiri''
rocks nor lhittin'   with clubs. , Whoop!
' Cock-a-doodle-do!' ('
"Waal, we went at it,", said Zeb as
.he,hitched around in his seat, aud his
eyes "flashed. :rSuc,and lier maw was
out thar, as befo', and the gal gimme
a'smile'as I went in.- It^was a rough
and tumble font. , I' jest knowed I'd
got to do my level best-or'go under,
and I didn't lose no chances. That
fout lasted mighty nigh two hours, and-
two or three times I was almost on the
p'int of lettip' go.* ' Bimeby, howsum-
ever, I seen that Babbit was gittin'
��� tired -out, " aud tho gal clapped her
hands and sicked rho oh.", -Ten uainits
arter.that I had,him .whopped.; -That
1 wasn't no mistake about, it,*- bekase he
riz .up and sez' to me:
"'Zeb  White,   I'm  a whopped -'man,'
and that gal is yo'rs.   I didn't believe
. thar was a critter on these mountains
as could make mo hoot, but yo've dun
it, and now,when do.yo" want the'gal?'
*' " 'Right uow. I reckon,' says I.
" 'Ain't it purty sudden?'
" 'Not so vcrj', bein' as'she's ready to
" 'Then, maw, bring out the broomstick and let 'em jump over it,' and if
they want to be married by a preacher
they kin do it sum other time!'"
"And you took the girl home?" I
"Sartinly," replied Zeb. ��"Yes,. sah,
took her right home with me, with her
feather bed on my back, and she's out
thar in the kitchen makiu' mince pics
this minit. As I was sayin', these yere
marriages of today don't amount to
shucks. When yo' luv a gal and hev to
lick her ole pop to git her, then yo'
know she's wuth the gitlin'."
highway in' front of my house. Both
will have their friends on hand. I can't
say 'which hoss will beat, but I'm purty sartin' that somebody '11 want this
tombstone at about five.times what it
costs me. Yes, sah, when I got to
thinkin' about the race and Joe and
Jim it jest struck me to take time by
the forelock and''buy 'that gravestone,
and if the hoss race don't come off and
nobody is killed I'll lay it aside ag'in a
camp meetin' or a buskin' bee."
CortKoicntions. i
."Why does Mrs. Waddington appear
in only half mourning for her husband?"
"Well, I suppose she'thinks that's all
"she's really entitled to.   You know, t'he
lady who got  a  divorce  from   him  in
South Dakota is still living."���Chicago
, ,    '.        ���   Tlie   licanttful.
Whon th'o shovel's' merry chorus
Rings upon the frozen ground,    ,
We are moved to cogitation
On a subject most profound.    "���
For the snow, though white, is uselrss.
And we wish' with all our roul ' ,
Wc wero handling:, black and grimy,
.   lJirly, sooty lumps of coal.
- - . ���Nw York Timp��.
Little Boy Bine timl  Hlx Tin Soldier.
He stood on the lid of the nursery stove,
Brave little soldier of lead.
Carelessly left there by Little Boy Blue
, As he noisily trudged to bi>d.
< ��� ' j.
He was dressed ln a suit of the brightest
, red, ,
And he wore'an expansive-smile. f
,And   he  thought   to   himself,   with   a   sol-
c -dier's pride, <���        ' .     .
(."They've put me on guard for awhile!'.'
. r
The   lid   glowed . red   from   the scorching"
Of-the terrible rflames-below,
And'the soldier, sighed as his coat .peeled
'     ''Off,   -,.'", - ��� "   ���   ,
For.he,hadn't-another,,you know!
Then   he lo3t his smile and  his 'eyebrow.
'   .-    too, t.        ���       ,   '
And he, thrilled with a vague dismay
As   his  gun   curled   up.-with   the   ternbU
Heat; '* '
Vet he would not run away.'
- Little Boy Blue when the morning,came
Searched for the soldier in red,'
fEu^all he foupd on the nursery stova
,V.'as a shiipeless lu'mD of )*��adj    . u
'/'    '
1 �� Wooden1 I*i,etnre  VriitncR.     ,
Wooden pictur^fraines, whether oak.��
walnut'or any'", o'ther" polished woodv
may be greatly, '*uhproved in appearance by' being rubbed with<-a mixture'
of turpentine and linseed oil. The proportion is one tablespootiful of turpen-
dne'to three of l'iiiseedoil. Apply with
a small piece, of dry- cloth or flannel
aiid rub until quite dry. ��� ,   ' ?
> A' small brush, plenty of soap and
hot water are the only things you ever
need for sparkling glassware.    \
To cl .151 plaster of paris ornaments,
cover them with'a thick layer of starch
and let-it dry.    llemove  with  a stiff !
- ln putting up a picture melding the j
best effect is produced by placing'it on i
, a line with the tops of the doors and
windows.     , '     , - i
Every housekeeper should inspect her
kitchen and butler's panrry' towels at
least every few days to see that rthey '.
are wholesome, clean and well aired,     j
Whore space is limited the triangular !
clothes hamper about as tall as a ticker
basket, which fits .nicely into the corner
of   a���,room,  is   likcl3r  to till a  special
want,   i ���        <   .       ' '
, Mice dislike camphor and advantage ,
should be taken of this fact, for a few J
pennies spent on camphor will soon-rid ���
the cupboards of. a house ��� of the de- j
structive little intruders. ��The method is j
,simply to scatter camphor on the \
���i'^^FSr LittLe
Ifovr  to  Make  n  Hok Doll Tltnt  Can
,   . Be Dressed n��d Undressed.
A rag baby is a thing of beauty to a
very little girl, arid.it is much more sat-
| isfactory than the more fragile things
that she gets as she grows up. The reason little girls discard rag dolls is be-
'cause as soon as they get big enough
to dress and  undress their dolly they;
! want one that can be so cared for, an<3L,
' as the rag dplls from time immemorial
have been made 5 with their clothes
sewed on, they Jiavo been discarded for
j those that1 could be clothed in chemise,
petticoats, skirts, aprons and-'s\��,ists. ,
But' here is a  rag doll  that can b��
made-by any little girl that can sew,
and the doll  may  be dressed aud undressed.
Cut a pattern in strong, unbleached
j muslin twice, like F.ig. 1. and for the
arms like Fig. 2.' Stitch the two.No. l's
A   Truly   Jtestful   I'lnce.
Tho bedroom, though, primarily a
place where one may sleep and wake re-, j
freshed, is also a place to dream in by
day as well as ,by night���a place sacred
to oneself, where one may go.' "the
world' forgetting, "and- by the world
forgot." Make",if cleanly, artistically
comfortable,'as the Japanese do. All
things'usefuh they inake as decorative
as. possible, but for mere 'ornament
.nothing, is added except, if possible,
'flowers, arranged as,gracefully as they
grow in-the'fields.
<  Their   custom   w'ill   bear   consideration, for by this method the utmost sim- '
plicity,  neatness 'and  repose  are   possible.'   Have the furniture as light as -
possible both 'in weight���and color, allow
no  piece''of  furniture'a   place  in-the
bedroom that is too bulky to be moved "(
each week for sleeping.    Send the cur-'
tains'to the wash often enough to keep
them spotless.   P��an5sb.'everything from
this room of rest and pcace'-.tha't docs
not materially add to the'necessity of
your toilet or your comfort.    Then, and j
then only, will your ideal of a beautiful, restful bedroom be reached.
i together with' a  narrow,  strong seam'
j and then turn right1 side out, leaving
a place near the' waist for the inser-'
tion of the stiifling.    Stuff the legs and
Home,   Sweet  ITonie.
-'' - Very   Convenient.  '
A very" convenient article to have in
the'house is a smooth, strong slick
about forty inches .long, with a deep
notch'in ono end.' With'this pictures
may be lifted by .the wires from their
hooks, cleaned and replaced without
the ti-oubie of climbing up aud down a
s tenia dder. .	
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Jn.it   tlie   Size.
The silver moon pooped up behind
the hills of Lake Roland.
"What is the height of your ambition?" she asked, more to break the monotony than anything else.      ,
���'Oh, about 5 feet 2 inches," be replied, gazing into,hor dark eyes.
The cards are out.'
A   Pjii-ntlos;.
I'll flee from my besetting Bin; t
I'll.bar my bonce about;       ,
Then,   when   my   sin   comes  knocking
"My sin will find me out!"
.   Tlie   Timid  Youns?   Lady.
It is one of-the unfortunate features
of our social life that young persons
are not allowed to act in 'a simple and
natural manner. The young woman is
expected to be very reserved, and to
disclaim any special interest in young
men,'under penalty of ' being called
"forward" or/"bold," and", of being
thought to' be trying to attract attention.- Iirall cases it is1 the much-better
way to be, outspoken and frank, rather
than so shy 'as to appear awkward and j
head^v/ith cotton ' and the. body with J
hair or, excelsior.    -Kext  sew; up 'the-
j arm patterns,' stuff them with cottfon -:
and sew them on, and the framework' "
of dolly-is complete. ~0 '.,'.'
The'painting of the' face1" should be
done .w-'ith 'water- color'paints, and youv-
must'have'brown, ocher yello_w,' black, _
blue,'vermilion and white.   Sketch the ���
��� features with a pencil "and-then put^on'f
| light brown   hair,   mixing  brown  and .
j' oclier paints." .The eyebrows should be",
brown and the "eyes blue.   Use .the ver-
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be misunderstood.
' No man who is worth knoAving would
respect a .lady less for a straightforward, frank invitation to call. There
are many very silly ideas in the world,
but the most silly of all is that which
some semibrainless men get into their
heads,when they fancy that all of the'
girls are running after them. Such
vanity is an indication of ,very little
milion   for   tho  lips   and   mixed with
i white for the cheeks.
be a fiae face.   '
The result will
A   Siaim   Custom.
When a personage of high rank dies
in Siani, the king helps bathe the body
and prepare it for cremation and filially lights the funeral pyre.
Eoht "Way  Oct.
She's sent mc a "bid"  to her wedding,
And I. when I think of my debts,
Am glad that I've something to send her��� ���
It's cheap.    1 shall send my "regrets."
���Boston Herald.
<��� ( Two   Opinions.
"Oh, I'm sure she isn't as old as sho
"Perhaps not, but I'm sure she & oluer
than she thinks she looks."-
"Hadn't   you   better  go   home,   old
man?    Your  wife  will   be   expecting
"That's just what's worrying
Chicago American. .
Tlve   Foa-eloclc   oi Time,
The Kentucky farmer had overtaken
me on the highway and offered me a
lift, and as we drove on I noticed that
he had a tombstone in his wagon., I
asked if death had invaded his family,
and he replied:
"Oh, ho.    I bought the stone at auction.   It isn't lettered, you see."
.   "You thought it would be handy to
have around the house, ehV"
"I know it will. I'm only takin' time
by the forelock by about two weeks."
"Is something going to happen in
two weeks?" ���*
"For suah. Joe Davis and Jim Scott
are goin' to have a hoss race on the
Eat a Good  15rem..in.-si..
Statistics show that the lougr^i lived
people have generally been those who
.made breakfast the principal-meal .of
the day. '
For some  reason or other we  oflei
'rend that some man or other tins "dis
appeared  suddenly."    It would be  re
tuurkable  to  read- of  one  who disappeared gradually...
V/lint  to   Ent.
* The ideal diet is not one to which every person should conform without
deviation, but one from which every
one may select such proportions of tho
natural food elements as nature requires.
The following table may be of scrv-
'ice to those homomakers .who believe
their highest mission is to devote themselves to the furthering of human happiness by creating healthy conditions
physically and mentally:
Food Substances Rich In Nitrogen.���
Cheese, beans', peas. eggs, meats, mill:.
Starch.���Rice, wheat, ctrn, oats, barley, rye. beans, peas, potatoes.
Fat.���Cheese, meats, eggs, milk, corn,
oats, -wheat, rye, barley.
Sugar.���Molasses, sirups, fruit, preserves. ���
Salts. Ai-id.s.- Flavors. ��� Vegetables,
fruits, green radishes, condiments.
A  Good .Game.
Any number of boys and girls may
play this game. It- requires no preparation, but the wits of the players,
must be bright and alert to make it- i*.
The leader asks each player in turn
what he planted in his garden, and the
player may name any article he chooses, but the thing that "came up" must
be some plant that has a connection
with the article. .The answers .cannot,
therefore, always be given instantly,
as a little thought may be necessary
to make the- answer good. That, however, will make the game all the mora
Here are a few answers that shovf?
how the game should be played:
"1 planted some steps, and they came
up hops."
"I planted a ball, and it came up a
rubber plant"
"I planted a calendar, and it came
up dates."
"I planted a watch, and it came up
a four o'clock."
Too  Much,   of  It.
Tcter���Your wite u&co ^rtrem.ely good
language. ;
Totter���Yes,    and   lots   of   it.
His   Hnrvcrt.
lie's old;~no longer people bow;
He's haggard, wan and needy;
In youth he "sowed his wild oats;" now
In age he's looking "seedy."
Fivttt   Scientific   Society.
The first scientific society was established by Dr. 'Franklin.
. French   0:u��tiiiiereK.
The cantinieres form a,rank which i3
peculiar to the French army. Each
regiment has a woman attendant who
is a sort of nurse and consoler, to the
young soldiers especially. She is often
married to a soldier of the regiment.
Greenery   For   tlie  Table-
A pretty bit of greenery can be had
for the dining room table by getting a
small open willow basket (a school
child's lunch, basket will do nicely),
line it with florist's moss, liil with rich
loam and plant in it the curly leafed
variety of cress seed. Keep it on a
sunny shelf, turning it daily to make it
even all round, and tlie basket will
soon become a mass of feathery green.
When the basket gets dry, it is plunged
into a pan of tepid water. Keep it
evenly trimmed, the prunings helping
to. garnish a dish or furnish a dainty
salad.���Good Housekeeping.
The   aiiid   on   Your  STclrt.
To remove mud splashes from soft
dress material leave until thoroughly
dry, then rub gently with a dry corncob, it will not roughen the goods as
a.brush does. Lake or'sea sand will
freshen velvet and remove the dust.
Apply fine sand quite freely, then
brush until none remains, always
brushing the pile the wrong way.
Hi*   Success.
"Is Jinks successful iu a chauffeur?"
"Well, I  should say  so.    Why, he's
been  arrested eight times in the last
two weeks."
IIott   GirnXTen   Are   Cniiftht.
The Somalis, a tribe of hunters living in thy eastern part of southern Africa, capture the young giraffe by
means of the lasso. Sometimes this is
used from the back of a horse, but
more often tbe Somalis lie in ambush
for the animals, and then: carefully
waiting   for a   favorable chance,  they
that they cannot run or stray far away
and iu a. few days become - perfectly
tame and docile, though always timid
and sby. They are readily sold to dealers in wild animals, 'always on tho
lookout to fulfill commissions, from the
owners of some menagerie, circus or
zoological garden.���F. It.
cast the nooses over their heads,
young  creatures are   then  hobbled
The   Molted   Coin.
Place the coin in half a walnut shell
and fill the shell with a mixture of
three parts of dry, powdered niter, one
part of flour of sulphur and a little
sawdust, well sifted. Light it, and
when the mixture is melted it will be
seen that the coin is also melted, the ���
shell not having sustained any injury..
Morccvu   Wyiaeu.
The  women   of  Morocco' never celebrate their birihdays. and few of thorn
know their ages.	
I��nt   niii  Foot  In   It.
She���You    never    gamble,   do   you��
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Ar 7,00  z&f/ztsi&^szzgsgaQ^^  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tickets on sale, good over rail and steamer  lines, at two and one-half cents per iniie.  Special trains and steamers for F.xcuf-  sions,and reduced rites for parties may  be arranged for on application to the  Traffic Manager.  The Company, reserves the right to  change without previous notice,steamers  sailing dates and hours of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale, from   and  to  ail Stations, good Saturday and Sunday.  Gbo. ��������� L.'Courtney,  Traffic Manager.  The Municipal. Council of the .Corporation of ihe City of Cumberland,  enacts as follows :��������� ~  1. At such place <>v places as shall be designated by ihe (Jouucil lrom time to.tiuiea  City P- uud may be established and shall be  maintained as such by the Ooryoraiiou of  'tue City of Cuinbe'i laud.   ' " ;  2. "The "Council may from'time to time  appoiut a Poniii'.-k-. eper at such sclary or  remuneration as it may rii'Cide aud ayyropri-  ate out of tl,e anuual reveuui:.  3. The City Truadiuor-shall furnish .the  . Poui d-keepx.r   w'l'-h  a   book -iu   which 'the .  " PoUi.d-keepir shall tuter u'dt criptiou ol  every auiui.ti liiipt.ui.tkd by turn, vvith thu-.  UdUie of tt.ot.'Cro-'U v, ho tyokr or fceut the  same to be impounded^ ti.e i.'a^ aud hour oil  which the ai.i;iici.i cttiue luto Jus ctiarge as  Puiuir'-kcepei-, t,tK- way i,uu hour on wniuh  ihe hume was redb. meii, uitcliarged, or  otherwise dealt ������iiti iii' di.poaed (������t, the  uame of tlie poi.-.on1"'" aim the hluount  pain by the peiaou rodibiuing the animal,  or, it sold, the uame of Che purchaser, thi;  amoui,t that was p .id "lot the animal, and  the aa.ouDT of ine expense therein, aud tfiu  balame,>if auy, r< maitjiiiji ovu- rhu "above,  the pi nalc^' aiio-.vauct' ar-.'d expens-ec, and to  whom the same has been paid, winch balance, it'any, shall, prior u> making the re-'  turn to in.- auditor, be paid over to the O'ty  Treasurer.  4. The Pound-keeper shall at the end of  the month make a return 10 the City Clerk.  iii writing, comprising the above information and any other information he or the.  cle>k may deem necessary, which- return  sha 1, if required, bs venlieci by statutory  declaration of- the Pound-keeper.  5. The Pound-keeper ah'1II pay over to the  City Treasurer all mone\ received by him  once in every moiiih, or oft.ener, if instruct  ed so to do, and shall at ."ill timers product!  his books for the inspection of any member  <.f cbe Council, or the Auditor or ihe Treas  urer, wneu itqutstcd to do so. /  6. No horse. as3, mule, ox, bull, cow,  cattle, swine, hog, sheep, goat or dog (except dogs registered as hereinafter mentioned) shall be-permitted to run at large 01  trespass in the city at auy time, or to grtrze,  brouse, or feed upon any of th������ streets,  .squares, lanes, parks, alleys, or public  places of the City, or upon a<-y unfeuceu  lots or unfenced land within the city I'nuth,  under the following penalties against the  owners, or keeper , or persons having charge  of the same, viz:���������  For each ox, horse, mule, ass, bull,  cow, or other cattle  ..    S3 00  For each swine, hog, sheep,  or goat  or other animal...;.... ...       1  00  For each dog     0 50  7. If any of the animals mentioned in  section (5 of this By-law (except dogs registered ah hereinafter mentioned) are'found at  large or truypaasing within the limits of tlie  City of Cumberland, or grazing, brou.drig,  or feeding upon any of the street*, tquarcs  lanes, parks, alleys, public places of the  said Citi', or upo-i any ui.-f������nc:ed lots or Jancl  v/ith'.u the City limits, it snail'be taken by  the Pound-keeper or his aasistau! a:.d driven, le.d, or carried to the City Pound and  be there iuipouudeci,-and it i-.had be the duty r  of the Pound keeper so to impound such  unitnul?.  S Any person or persons who find any of  the a:j'!(;als mensioued in section (5 of thih  By l-iw, rnnnintc at large <>,- Erusp^HSin-.  with'n the City T'miits iu contravention 01  th's Bv-L-uv in;iy drive, bad. or carry the  animal to the said I'mvid, ��������� rid it shall beth  duty of the Pound, kfceper to.'receive ano  impoui;d 'he uamt,  a.nd pty for���������  hHoi'ec. mu'e,' bull,  cow, or  other cattle' v      $2  Each   swinp,.. hog.    ^h'cep,  goat, or other animal.. ,  Each dog ....... 1   30  50  50  9." It shall be the duty of all officers and  constables of   the  po'iue  force  of   the said  city,' whenever they tee or meet any of 'the  animals mentioned withiu section 6 of this  By-Law running at large, or trespassing  within the city limits iu contravention of  this By Law or wheuever their attention is  directed by any person to, any such animal'.  I running at l.rg^or trespassing.as aforesaid,-  to immediately take charge of sui h animal,  and drive, load, or carry, or caute the sauio  to be driven, led, or carried to the Pound.  f'   10.  The Pound-keeper shall daily fiirnish  "all   animals  impounded  iu the City-Pou'od'  with  good  and   sufficient feod, wate*, she!-'  ter,   aiid;atrendaoc.-  ai-d for yo doing shall  demand'and   receive' from  the   respective  owners of such animals or from the keepers  ���������or   p-.rsous   iu   whose charge   the' 'animals  ought, tu be. Ujt the use of/the Corporation; '  the fuijouinu dllow.auce over and above the  -tecs lor imp >uii'i;a^,   rian'u-ly:--    '.    . ",'  For each hoise, ������<s>. mule, bull, 'cow or  -other oafle,  Sl'.o.o per day. '  ,    For lachswiu.--, hog, sheep,' or goat,"or  'i-Lher animal,  50uts. per day.-  For each.dot' Hocts. per day.  11    If Lht" owner of any animal impound-,  ' ed, or auy other person entitled ��������� to   redeem  the s -me, 1 haii app--������;r and claim   sucli ani-  ,mal atj auy time before the  sale   ihoieof,  it",  shall be the cii.ty of the Pound-keeper or his  assistant, to deliver up the same ou  leceiv-  ing the amount iri fc'.l of ihe   penalty,   and  the ullowat ee   and  the expenses cr.ar������eable  foreajhaud  evt-ry auimai.  and in-audition  therein if rhe animal redeemed" s a doy   tbe '  annual'tax therefor.  12. When the found-keeper is awiue of  the name aud addrc-ss of the owner of'any  animal impounded he shall, wi'hb- 24 hours  of the impi undine, cause a letter < or post  card to be sent to such owner with a notification of such impounding.  13 It'shall be the duty of the Pound-  keeper, or his Assistant, beforo making delivery of auy animal so impounded, before  sale, or ou payment of surplus money after  .-ale, to obtain from the person or persons  claiming ihe same, his, her or their name or  nampR and residence, and to enter the same  in a book, together wth the date when such  animal was impounded.' and thedate when"  u o same was sold or redeemed as the case  may be.  14. If ho person shall appear to claim  such animals or animal so impouuded, within three days afterthe same may have been  impounded, or if the person claiming such  animal shall refupe or neglect to pay the -  penalty and the allowance and expenses  chargeable thereon, it shall be the du',y of  the Pound-keener to give at' least five days  notice of the tale thereof.  15. Such notice shall contain a general  description of the animal or animals impounded, and'sho.ll be posted up ic some  conspicuous place at the Pound, where the  same shall have-been impounded, and also  at the City Hall.  16. If at the expiration of the time specified in the said notice, no person shall appear to claim the-animal or animals therein  soecified and referred to, or if any person  shall appear to claim; the same, but shall refuse or neglect 'to p. y the penalty and the  allowance, and tho expenses accrued and  charged on such animal or animals; it shall  be lawful to seil the same,  and   the   animal  . or annuals shall be offered to public eompe-  riuon.aud sold to the highest bidder by the  Pound-keeper a,t the City .Pound.  17. If the animal be  a. horse,   ass,  mule,  x, bull, cow, or other cattle, it shall be ad- ~  vertised.in a newspaper at least three  days  , before fiich sale.  IS. If, after the sale of any animal,as  aforesaid,/the purchaser does cot immediately pay ihe price thereof, the Pound-  ' k������!i-por iimi fdv hv/i'.h cause, .the animal to  *>e resold, and ,0 ci-i>t:uiie to do until the  ,trice is paid.  19. In oaee of the .sn'ft of anv impounded ���������  .-ni-'ial or animals; the said P'uia.'-keei-er >���������  ���������r:!l r'-tain or r of the proceeds ;of   th?   s;;]e  .uffieifciit to'pny tr-������ .awi.oujut.'of the pen-uty  and the allowance and 'a;T 'expenses! charge-  tble by -him ou account,of. the said animal  >r animals.  20. iN'n   person   or   persons  shall   brp:vk  opeo,   or   in   any manner  directly   or   in-  I  M  1  ���������'I  If  1  W  1  <,      '    I  . '��������� '-(I  ,t|ii  L  <-���������   'if  ���������I  im  iw  I     ������:  1 a  11  1 m  I  I  is  Jl  i.H  MP  -i i  v   '������'  '   .1*  ���������S  til  I  ram rf  'THE..CUMBERLAND   NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  W. B. ANDEHSON,       -    '-     '-        EDITOR  "* The columns or The News art. open to all  who wish to express therein views o matters of public iuti rest. '     t' - - ,  White wo do u-'t hold ourselves   re    insi-  ble for the uttetances of correspoudeUi..-, we  Reserve   the r-ght   of   declining   to  insert  o.n.naaiea. .ions unnecessarily ^-ursonal.  TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1903  *XWI.t1*i+1.t'- f+l*  *imsvnt*m*r-w  I .,.  directly'aid or assist . in bieaking opeu  the 'Pound, or ^a!lt take or lot ' any  aninul   or   aninr Is ' thereout,   without   the  '    -consent    of    the    Pound-keeper. Ketch  and every persou'who shall hinder, de'ay or  "obstruct, any person or peicous engaged m  dnviug, leading, or carrying to? the Pontd  auy aniuial or animals liable to be impound-  7 ed under the provisions of this I3y liwj-hall,  . for'eich and e'ver.y offence, he liable to ihe  pei.alty .liereiuafu-i  mentioned.  '        21. If auj'dog impounded as aforesaid is  not redeemed within seven days   af er  such  ���������  impou ding it ������hnll be lawful for-tiie Pound  keeper to kill it in some.merciful 'manner.  22. Every porson" who  pays   the  annual  tax for a dog as mentioned iu   the R. veuue  '<   By-lawj shall thereupon be entitled to have  such dog registered, numbered, and describ-  '     ed in'a book to he kept for   this  purpose at  - the office of the City Treasurer, and .to> receive a'metal badge or tag sUmped "with the  '��������� 'year foi"which the tax is paid, ami the num-  * ber of the registration. caud b. case any dog  shall be found at laige within the Municipality .it anv-Unie without such a badfie   or  , tag as aforesaid such"dog shrfll' be deemed to  'be'at large wiihm'the meaning of L'lau-e 6-  '     of this."-By-law.-        /    s     '    -   -  " ,     23   In the event of a dog being impound  e    and the owner proving to the satiaUc-ion  '<   of' the Pt-iiud'- keeper or'the Cky Tieasurer  that hm annual (ax had been paid' aud   the  v nietai-hadge or eg had been removed befoie  ������ the impounding of,the dog, it sdiai! be   lawful for "the Pound-keeper to release such dog  "��������� from the Pound -it once'and enter   tho   particulars in his book.  ' < '24. It' shall be-lawful for the Pound-  -. keijp'r, or his assistant, or other persons as  ' afi resaid, to imuound any dog running at  " tlaro;o'in the City and uot. wearing a 'metal'  biidtje -or tat^ in accordance with the .'aat  L  /preceding se: turn of this By law.  25 ; No person "shall.keep   or   harbor-auy  dog (irintiT  animal .which   habitua.ly dis-"  iurba the quien of any person,"- or any dogvor  other'auiuidl _ which sndangi rs the .satety'of  - anv person by biting or otherwise.  26- No hoise or horses shall be b ft'untied  within the city limits, unless under,the control ��������� f (he otii-er or peisou iu charge.  'i������jJ t '���������"'���������.  *    ,    27.   Every Ders^n convisWd <������f an   infrac-  - tio-i'of any provision'of   this. Bylaw   shell  's forfeit and pay "therefore  a penalty not exr  tceediug rif;y dollars.  28. 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Da'ed at Victoria,  B.C.,   December 1st,,  1902. -     '  CHARLES H..LUGRIN;  Solicit r for Applicants.  ���������f\  ���������v.l-''! I  V      *    _  ^ e  ��������� ���������  VT.  flies of any Pattern Tied to Order.  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Cumberland, B.C  Office   Hours :���������8 a.m. till 5 p.m.; Saturdays, 8 to  12.  BSBEasB^aBBEBiaaflag^^  Fancy Inlaying in wood and metal.  French Polishing.  Apply  NEWS OFFICE. ���������CMMMVMM  >**������������������������������**G8*<������^W������<S>������4&<*9  t , -  n  By LESLIE JAMES  f    Copyright, 1901,, by _i. S. liichai-dson  (9  ���������������  ���������  traigbt limbed," bright  eyed  children j ro_n"pretty soon, air" he'll miss mo if  apcr about  as  sbe  knew she  never    l al"'t j������ my cot-    Au   Nurse Po^P11  .    .- it-ill   livino- mtr  lirnnfT  nn'  lnillr    nn' +nf>vo  Tt was the big doctor who found her,  misshapen   and   suffering,   in   her   fa-  , ther's   gloomy  shop.    In   spite  of   its  noise   and   dust,   Jinny   preferred  the  shop to the'tiny  back room,  because  the customers spoke kindl;? to her and  '-���������    made her forget the ache iu her, back.  When 'they gave her candy enough to  start a make believe shop on the-nar-  row window ledge, she sold it for pins  -   to the children in the dingy court, just  because   she   loyed, tp   watch   these  stra  caper  '    could, c ���������  ' -  When the big doctor brought her'to  tbe hospital, he said to Nurse Towcll:  .-   "I'll leave Jinny under your special  ',   care, Miss Powell.    I am greatly intcr-  , ested in her case.    The expense is being met by ono perfectly able to do it,  and she is to want for nothing."  And thus were, the gates of an earthly paradise opened'to Jinny of Borden's  courts   First there .was the cunning little room, all hor own, with pictures on  '    the wall,, and the whitest of iron beds  with shiny knobs on each corner, and  a bright red wrapper, woolly and soft,  *    .with   knit   slippers   'to 'match.    Then  came the pretty young ladies of the  . Flower '.mission   with   their   nodding  blossoms   and   occasional   glasses   of  '   quivering jelly.  Sometimes tho big doc-  ''"   tor's, nieces   brought .'their-'dolls   and  >< spent an hour-at Jinny's bedside/and  happy Jinny was permitted to held as  long as she liked the marvelous Flqr-  ette, who' could walk and talk like a  real baby and whose dresses really and  truly came from Paris.  But in Jinny's mind all these things  v "faded   into   insignificance   when   compared- with the big doctor and Nurse  Powell.   These two formed a joint di-.  vinity before which Jinny burned 1he  sweet   incense   of   childish   devotion.  Nurse  Powell  had  obeyed,; the  physician's generous-instructions to the let-  1   ter���������at first from-a sense of duty arid  -later because she learned to love the  . patient little sufferer. '    ������ '  ,-.'-. And the big doc-tor? Even NursekPow-  ell, who kneAv.his deep interest in^his  , iwork, wondered at the attention he lav-  ' ish'ed on-this denizen of the slums.- Of-  ., ten "when  his  rounds in   the hospital t  '(were over and, he had time'to spare he  ",would come back to Jinny's room for a  chat, and Jinny, her-great black eyes  '   Bet in a face of ivory whiteness, would  smile happily frouKone to the other, the  ,big doctor who1 ordered medicine that  eased the pain in   her back and the  nurse whose gentle hand could smooth  '   away wrinkles in  her fcrehead.wb.cn  the pain was at its worst.  Sometimes when they sat thus Jinny  ,was vaguely conscious'that tho big doctor was talking to her, but looking at;  Nurse Powell.4 But'Jinny did not know,  how, years before, when the big doctor,  fresh'from the medical school, had been  house physician in the city hospital, he-  had met a-sweel faced "probe" doing  her first night duty in his ward. The  head nurse had looked scornfully at the  Blender figure and the trembling hands,  but the young house physician had  said: "Give her time. She'll get her  bearings after a bit."  Nurse Powell had been grateful for  his cheerful encouragement and the  many kindnesses which lightened her  burden during that first awful year in'  the big wards, but when he asked for  something more than gratitude she  could not give.it. - Now head of the  nurses' staff at a sanitarium, she sometimes grew a-weary and wished she  had learned to lovo the big doctor whose  brown eyes seemed still to follow her at  her duties. Then her heart would say:  "No, no! Ilis work would always come  first, and I would be second. Besides,  I wonder if ho has a heart! When I  see him undertaking those horrible operations without tii������ quiver of an cye-  ' lash, I think be has no feeling."  And so this nurse, who could unflinchingly assist at the same operations  ������������������waited inconsistently for love to come  into her life, a love that would be all  tenderness and thoughtftilncss. a thing  apart from the scenes of suffering in  .which she moved.  It was one afternoon when Jinny had  been almost a ���������yaw at the hospital. In  the morning the big doctor had said:  "I've changed the medicine again, Miss  Powelli I don't like that rise in temperature. If you note a tendency toward  coma during the afternoon, send for me  at once."  , But Nurse Powell did not have to  send for him. He came of his own accord, just as the afternoon drew to a  close. Jinny had been sleeping restlessly, and when she opened her-eyes  with an expression of weariness that  had not been there since she came to  the hospital the big doctor and Nurse  Powell were sitting on either side of  her little bed. At the foot lay a gayly  illustrated copy of Mother Goose's  rhymes, which Nurse Powell had been  reading aloud before kindly sleep came  to the small sufferer. Now Jinny  pointed to it with a wan smile.  "I've   had   the   funniest   dream!     I  went to Mother Goose's land, way, way  off, an' she was such a funny ole wom-  i an. an' she, was right glad, to see me!  : An' she says, 'liittl^ girl, would you  , like to stay with me awhile?' An' I  ! says. 'I'm obliged to you, ma'am, but I  ' can't stay long.' An' then she brings  out the puniest dress, purtier than my  red wrapper, an' she says, 'Little girl,  would you like, to wear that?' An'  when I see the little stick all tied with  ribbons I knewr it were little Bopeep's  dress, an' I put it on an' chased them  sheep all roun'the field, an' it never  hurt my back a bit. An' I tried on lots  ���������iv cloii.es.-Little Miss Muffett's ruffled  bonnet, an'. Mary. .Mary Quite-Contrary's' big hat, an' tho Queen of  Heart's long train, an' Mother' Goose,  she says, 'Ain't you,bavin' a good time,  little girl ?' '   . ,  "An' I eays: 'Yes, ma'am, thankee,  'ma'am, but'- I guess I'd better be  a-goin'.    You see, my big doctor '11 be'  will bring my bread an' milk, an' there  won't be any little ������irl there to eat it.'-  An' then Mother' Goose -she says, 'All  right, little girl; jus' jump oh my  broomstick, ,an' we'll bo down there in  a jiffy.' An' here I am, an' I'm glad,  fur the bed feels so cumfy,' an', sure  enough, my big doctor is here."    ,   ,  The great black eyes (glowed 'wondrous bright as they met "the big doctor's gaze, and he spoke very gently  while he stroked lier hand, now thin  and transparent.'  "Does your back ache after your long  ride on the broomstick, Jinny?"  "Oh, no! The ache's all gone. There  ain't been any'acheall day." ^_ ,_  , The big doctor looked acrosssthe bed  at Nurse Powell, but she was gazing  steadily through Lhc, open window?"' And  something .bright and clear, like diamonds, shone-on her. long lashes.i ,    '  A weak, piping voice raised again:   '  "No, I ain't achin' any place'today,  only I'm dreadful tired. ��������� An' every  ��������� once in awhile you an','Nurse Powell  go a-slippin' an' a-slippin" away from  me, an* then I feel like. I was a-slippin'  too.' I wisht Nurse Powell would sing.  Then p'haps I'd . go to sleep again." , '���������  Nurse Powell's quivering' lips tried  to form the'notes of the nursery song  Jinny, loved best; "but something rose  in her throat and choked tho melody. >'  "I "wisht���������you'd sing���������that���������sleepy  song."  The tired voice' trailed off into silence, but not before the heavy eyes  were raised appcalingly to those of tho  white,capped nurse.  ' 'The big doctor seemed to rouse'himself as from a-dream. He leaned over  and clasped Jinny's nerveless baud in  his great, ��������� warm one r.and .'then in ' a  clear tenor voice began to( sing:  "Sweet and low; sweet and low,  Wind of the western sea."  The music floated over the cot, past  .Nurse Powell, through the open door  and down the corridor to the ward,  where other sufferers heard and marveled, and over the face of Jinny stole'  an expression of infinite peace..  In that distant Avard men who bad  been battling with death turned their  faces toward U.\c sinking sun and felt  that even amid pain it was good just  to live, and in Jinny's little room all  was silent. Nurse Powell was kneeling beside the bed, her face Jridden in  the pillow. The little hand she still  held was strangely limp aud pulseless.  Then*a strong arm raised her to her  feet, and she looked straight into the  soft brown ej'es that had followed her  ail these j'cars patiently, steadfastly.  "Gertrude:"  "Henry!"  Later, when she raised her head, she  turned from him to the quiet figure on  tho cot.  "I almost wish she knew���������she loved  us both so well:"  And the big doctor 'whispered gently, "I think she did know, even before you did."  Tlie   Changed   Grizzly.  There are numerous reliable statements of grizzly bears having attacked  men, but nowadays the grizzly uoeu  not seek out bib human victims, as  there are credible statements that his  forefathers used to do. Neither does  he lie in wait and, pouncing upon a  hunter, tear him into bloody shreds iu  delighted fiendi:shne.ss, as the old time  stories used to���������- tell- The, change in  the grizzly's disposition is likened by  veteran hunter!:; to the change in the  character of the white cousin of tho  grizzly, the polar bear of the arctics.  When the stations for the Hudson's.  Bay company wore established, the  diaries of the men there often referred  to the fright of attack by polar bears.  Many a navigator in the arctic seas has  been clawed and chewed to death by  polar bears. But for nearly a century  the polar bear has not been regarded  as so very fierce, and nowadays it is  looked upon as a cowardly beast. Association with armed men has modified the polar bear's-disposition.���������Outing.    ���������         ^^   r>re:������lcir.??r  It   Gently.  Editor���������Mtv Plumduff, you must  make a little change in your column  tomorrow morning. Tt takes up too  much space.  Cut it down by one-half.  Mr. Plumduff���������Yes, sir.  "Then the other half won't need any-  special heading.   Remove the heading."  "Yes, sir."  "And it needn't be spaced out. Run  it close and in small tvDe."  "Yes, sir." '   .  ,,  "That will make it take up about a  l:hird of a column.":  ���������"Yes, sir.", '  "And then it can go in'^any part of  the paper wherever there's room for  it?" '',  "Yes.'sir."  "And if there isn't room it can be  left out?" , '    . ������  " "Y-yes, sir." .   "    '  "And���������it hardly seems���������er���������worth  while to keep it going.'does.it?"  "N-no; sir:"  "You're right,. Mr. Plumduff! ���������Your  resignation is accepted."  LITTLE'WILLIE'S  HEARING.  CHANGE^  Ci'ONs   Pnrposci,,  The young man in the guise of an  old farmer' was consulting his particular girl, who was doing' the fortune  ���������tolling act at the charity bazaar, and  each had penetrated the other's disguise.      . . .'  "You love a fair maiden," she said,  ,inspecting his  palm, ,"wbo  will   give,  you a severe jolt when you propose to  her."   '  "Good heavens!"- he exclaimed, quickly recovering himself.' "Then she will  accept me!"--Chicajro Tribune. 1  'are  Daisy   Is   Complimented.  "These siring,beans," said she, "t  heavenly."  "Ah.-', mam'selle,"   said- the restaura-,  tour, "that is indeed praise, for who but  y.n angel would know heavenly beans?"  ���������What"to Eat.     , ' -  '' Brutal. i ''  She���������He's very much in love with his  wife.'   He says  if  she  should  die he,,  doesn't, know what he'd do. < ,���������  , He���������What's the- matter? Hasn't he  got money enough to'bury her?���������Ohio  State Journal.   ���������  ' :    -    ,  Ye-es.  - "Well, goodby.   I'll see you at church  on Sunday."."-    .  "Yo-cs,1 if my new gown, is ready in  time."���������Louisville Times..  >  '  A  High 'Roller.,  Crawford���������What saved  old Rocksey  from the'disgrace of dying rich?  ,  , Crabshaw���������His son-in-law.���������New York  Times.  i^OMETIl-ES w>n  T am playin*  with  j$K    ' so.no fellers" "at ,1 kriov/s' ,  \>ri& Jly r.j-ci she comes to call'me, 'cause  she wants me,  I surpose,  An"   t!:cn   she calls in   this way:   VYVJllie'.  '   ,    Willie, dear!    Willee-e-ee!"    -  An'   you d    be   supprised   to  ^noiice   how  < dr__ul deef 1 be.  An" the fellers 'at  are playin' they keeps  'raos' orlul still,  W'ile they tell me. jus' in whispers. "Your  ma is caliin", liill,*'   "        .. '' ^  But my hearin' don't sr'it better, so fur as  'I can'see,' ' ,  -Wile my. ma stan's there a-callin': "Wil-  A    ,'   lie!    Willie, dear! ' Willee-e-ee!"  An' soon "my ma she'gives it up an* says,"  "Well, I allow  It's mighty cur'us w'ere that boy has got  to anyhow,"-  An' then I keep' on playin' jus* tlie way. 1  <   did before;  I  know  if  she   was  wantin'   much   she'd  call to me some more,'  An" purty soon she comes ag'ln an' says:,  "Willie!   Willce-e-'ce!"  But   then  'my' heurin's   jus'   as   hard   as  ' w'at it usetur bu.    , ���������        ,  If u. feller has good judgment an* uses ,it  ' '     that way, ., ��������� . a  He can almbs' allers manage to, git con-(  sid'ble play.  But jus' w'ile I am playin", an' prob'ly I  am "it,"  They's somothin' diffrent happens, an'  I  'have to up an' ait, '  ,  Per my pa comes to the door,way, an' he  Interrup's our glee; f  He'jus'    says,    "William, Henry!"     But  that's enough-fer me.    ,  You'd be supprised to notice how quickly  I can hear-       '> {, i       '< '      >  W'en my pa ,says,  "William Henry!" but  never, "Willie, dear!"  Fer,  though ,my hearln's middlln*  bad to  ,    hear the voice o'f ma,   -  It's   apt, to  show  improvement  w'en   tho  . caliin' comes from 'pa. ' '  *  ���������New York Times,  '_ used to hold her in his arms;  .   Her head upon his shoulder,  And ne'er get weary in the least'  J>7or care how much his coat was creased.  Or so he fondly told her.  Now when he has to hold their child  '  He nearly falls to pieces,, ,   '  And many are'the sighs he draws, ,  And vmuch he frets around be'eause  fiis coat is filled with creases.  ���������Chicago Ttecord-Herald.  Soft   Soap.  When  Tlins   Estimated.  "Pa, w���������hat's an illustrious man?"  "A,dead  one,  generally." ���������Chicago  Eecord-Herald.        "          <---���������'  j,      > ���������. _  ,;       i    Plant   Insect*.'  One of the best remedies for scale in-  ' sects   on   plants,   such   as "oleanders,  roses', etc., is a mixture of white helle-  ��������� bore.powder, and dissolved soap, thor--  oughly rubbed on.   Repeat in a week or  twoJ -  0 ~ ; ..  SSieen  and   Ilain.  ,  In Australian regions where the annual rainfall does not exceed ten inches a square mile of land will support  only eight or nine sheep. .In Buenos  Ayres, with thirty-four inches of rainj  a square mile supports 2.5G0 sheep.  Retribution.  Upon the man who breaks the law  The law gets back with, vim, ���������  For when he's paid his lawyer's bill  The law has broken him.  .l-'fr������-j  n^ropentt Book In Jayntiesie.  Th-1 fir.-i European book that ever ap-  ���������^���������', ���������    .'��������� :v the Japanese language was a  '���������ii'- 1,'nuii of Heine'* German songs,  o  Tlie   Secret  of  It!  To   be   up  with   tho   lark  is   quite  easily  done;  More easy the more  A  fellow   refrains   from  going  out   upon  one  The evening before.  Always  tlie  Way.  Jaggles���������Are these relatives of yours  near or distant?  Waggles���������The ones who have any  money   are  very   djstanr.  Their  Views,  'Twixt realist and poet  The difference we ken;  One likes to see the sun set.  The other one the hen.  ' Color Line, In Culture.      , ,  '   A certain officer brought home with  him  from  South Africa .an intelligent,  but illiterate Kaffir as servant.    ^   .'.  One day recent ly asrhe was reading  a book the colonel caught Pete peeping  over his'shoulders and asked him what  he -wanted?   - ' &    "      '���������',���������'���������  "I wants ter ask j-er a queskarn, sir."  'c"well, what is it?" ' , '"'-'��������� ���������.'/  ' "I has seen folks reading books and  de like, an' I jess wants ter know  which; is it yer, reads���������de white or'.'de  black?"���������London Answers.      \  V  Uncle���������Here's a penny for you, Bobby; -Now, what do you say?,   -  .'   Bobby���������I  say  you're  a 'wonder,  old  man.���������New York Evening-Journal.  A  Grand.   Sweet  Soup;. 4  ��������� A good" old German lady who keeps  native wine and some chicken's in a  .suburb was waiting on a guest when  one or two hens set up a cackling of  such vehemence that it suggested to  the stranger dire disaster���������cither already happened or impending���������in the  chicken park. Immediately the big  rooster 'took up the refrain and in his  hoarse bass and inexcusable falsetto���������  "malady and not melody"���������made mofe  rumpus'than all of the other fowls put  together.  "What in the world is the matter  with those chickens, frau?" asked the  visitor.  "Ach! De schicken, she haf de eggk  laid, an' venn sho an eggk haf laid de  rooster he bin so glat he help,her sing."  ���������Philadelphia Times'.  I.'',. Acid   L,ove. '' \     ; ���������  <���������'-,  - Miss ������ Uppanote ��������� Ye's, I ani going  abroad to complete my niusical .educar  tion. '       J - ���������      ,  '  ��������� ^Irs. Synnex���������Oh, that Avill be sonice,  dear! '     -,��������� k , > ,���������  Miss ; Uppanote���������And when I' come  back��������� ,- ��������� ���������  r Mrs. Synnex���������But is it positively necessary ..that you come' back, you poor,  foolish darling?���������Boston Evening-Transcript. u ' . -���������   : i -  IVone  to   Spare. i,   '  "Tacoma speaks up ,and- says she is  not suffering for sweet - girls' for  brides."       ,' ,, -   -  "Well,  there, is one thing1 sure,'and  "that is that none of-tho other citics'is-  suffcring  from   am overplus."��������� Clevo-���������  land Plain Dealer.-,   .    ' -'   .  ' -'"   c'"  . Circumstances .Alter'/Cases.  Toss���������Do you believe,in long,engagements?*     I '       '".'���������'      '_   -"'  Jess���������It'depends.   ���������       '"' -\; ^  ' , -, /'.  Tess���������Depends upon what?'   -f ��������� ."  -Jess���������Upon how much-money-he's got  to spend on you.���������Philadelphia Tress'.'  CoJil-len.s  Desperation.  Mrs. Do Freeze���������Why, Egbert,,surely  you  aren't going to  make  ice cream!'  The house is freezing cold now.  Egbert���������That 5 just it. I'm going to  see if I can get a.s hot over it as I used  to last summer.���������Chicago News.  Certainly  Xot.  '���������Poverty is not disgrace."  "Still   that   is   no   reason   why   one  hould seek to be poor."  ���������rle. -   No  C'omimrXaon.  First Boy���������My mamma belongs to one  of the first families.     :  Second Boy���������Pooh! That's nothing.  Mine belongs to one of the last families. ________  SniKined  Up. t,  Dorothy���������So Mabel is engaged to  Cholly! Now, what on earth does she  see in him? '  Margaret���������Her last chance, probably.  ���������Judge. .'  Tlie  Saddest TliJns  of All.  "What, in your opinion, is the worst  thing about death?"   c ,,'-���������'  "Generally it is the thing they give  out as having been the dead man's favorite poem."  Ad   Interim.  '���������Johnny." '  .  "What, dad?"  f'I'vo been thinkin' 'bout how you can  put in your time to best advantage."  "Yes, dad."  "Is the corn all in an' the potatoes  dug?"  "Yep."  ."The winter wheat sowed an' the apples barr'led?"  "Yep."  4'Then I don't see why you shouldn't  go to town for a couple o' months  ���������'tween now an' Christmas an' git you a  college degree. There ain't much else  to do."���������Newark News.  Unlucky  Opal.'  Nell���������I know a girl,.who accepted aiv  opal as an engagement ring. (  Belle���������How unlucky! v  Nell���������Yes, wasn't it? She found out  afterward that it was only an imitation.���������Philadelphia llecord.  More  Approi>riti.tc.  Sympathetic Caller���������What class are  you in at school,.Bobby?   .���������-  Young Hopeful���������I "used to be in the  A grammar, but since I bad the'hives  I've been put back into the B class.���������  Ohio State Journal.  Wanted to Forget It.  She ��������� Those souvenir performances  aro a good idea. They give one some  thing lo remember the play by.  He���������But I think, as a rule. I'd prefei  having something to forget it by.-  Brooklyn Life.  A Merciful Provision.  That talent's oft unrecognized  Is nature's kindly rule  To save the dream  Of self csteein' _;  To many a hopeful fooL       ���������  . <  With  Good   Reason.  She���������Now that we are to be married  we must begin to save. Promise me you  will do nothing you cannot afford.  He���������But in that case I would have to  break off the engagement.  ;  Very Likely the  Case.  "As I recall it, when men were making, a fierce crusade against women  wearing their hats in theaters the  women"refused to take them off."  "They did."  "And then, after awhile, they took  tliem off."  "They did."        .  "I wonder why?"  "Just because there was no satisfaction , in wearing them after the men  stopped protesting."���������Chicago Post.   ,  Carefnl.  "There's one thing- I admire about  you," - said. the frank friend. "You  carved out your own. fortunes and yet  you never brag about being a self made  man."  "No," answered Mr. Meekton, "I  shouldn't think of suggesting that Henrietta wasn't entitled to all the credit!"  ���������Washington Star.  Jnst the Other Way,  "He looks'as prosperous as a trust  ���������promoter.    Is that his line?"  "Oh, no.- Quite the contrary."  "What do you mean by that?"  "I-Io doesn't promote trust, he limits  it.  He's the credit man of a big wholesale house,''���������Brooklyn Eagle.  His   Only   Ref������i������re.  The Parson���������Your wife, sir, is trying  to run my church.  WiLherby��������� If that is really the case,  the only thing for you to do is to join  my poker club.���������Harper's Bazar.  SI  m  m  M  " M  >Tot   So   Dependent.  Mr. Johnsing���������If I should kiss yo',  Miss Vanilla, would yo' caii fob assistance?  Miss Vanilla���������'Sistance! Do yo' think  Ah need any 'sistance to receive one  stingy little kiss?���������Chicago News.  -'1  Si  ml  I  I  M_  m  ill  m  1  ���������w  f  ii  i  I  m  m  W  m  III!  IM'l  m  fit  ^d  I  h_  ______  ���������r'->ih-$ri*'*?syv?'"i (,0  THE CUMBERLAND' ��������� NEWS.  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  IT IS' THE TRUSTED FRIEND  OF71_11UONS.    '���������  Men  And  Women of All   Ranks  of Society Point to,  Paiiie's; Celery Compound  n"As  Their Resetter ' From  /"' sease and Death.  Di-  WHY THEY  MARRIED.  tr  f  It  >f ���������  -  4 *  'f  *i  V  J. 1  I  >-.  W>     .  , Millions on this' North Ame-rie_.ii  continent know that Paine's Celery  Compound "makes sick people well."  Paine's Celery Compound is to-day  the popular medicine in the wealthy  and humbler homes of our vast country. The 'press has given this wonder-working prescription more note,  prominence and praise than has ever  been given to any oilier remedy," and  physicians ot' all schools prescribe it  daily. ,        -n '<"_',  Panic's Celery' Compound - has become popular -and. trusted because  its'results exceed its promises. It is  victorious-over sickness and disease.  It offers hope and cheer to those  pronounced incurable by physicians;  . it saves such from the grave'. 'It is  'the one medicine, unfailing and fill-  powerful that' promptly brings 'Hrue  joy and gladness to hopeless victims  and their ��������� anxious .relatives and  friends.       ' ' ���������  >  ��������� It "is' well to rein ember that one'or  two bottles of Paine's Celerjj Compound will, in the maj'ori'y of cases,'  banish tired feelings, t weary and  clouded 'ljrain, headache, 'debility,  constipation, nervousness and sleeplessness, >which,,f if- allowed to run unchecked, give rise, t.o serious'ailments  and diseases. if you are rundown,  over-worked, , have defective digestion and1- poor circulation, you will  obtain blessed , results from- this  grand system-building medicine. "F)ach  dose,carries new Life to all the weak  and torpid organs  of the body.  Reasons  of  tlie  Chronic  Cranlcs   F"o?  fSntuviasK Into Wedlock.  Postal cards having been sent out  to married men with the inquiry "Why  did you- marry?" ,a largo number of  responses came' to hand, from which  the following are selected:  /'That's what, I have been tryiug.for  eleven j-ears. to find out.���������X.'" ' '  "Married to get even with ,her mother, but never have.���������AY." .  "Because Sarah told me that five  other young men had proposed to her.  "Tbe^ father thought eight' years'  eourtiu' was almost long enough.���������B."  "Please don't rstlv me up.���������.T.','      *  "Because 1 did not have the experl-,  once I have, now.���������G."  "That's the same question my  friends ask, me.-G. II."     '     ,    ' .���������  "I wanted a companion of the opposite sex. P. S.���������She is still opposite.������������������  A." ,    ,  "Because it is just my, luck.���������P. J."  "I yearned,for company. We now  have it all the time.���������Karl." <��������� '  ��������� -"Have'exhausted all the figures in  the arithmetic to figure out an answer  to your question. Between .multiplication and division in {he family and distraction in addition, the answer is  hard to arrive at.���������Old Man." ' ',  "I married to get the best wife in the  world?���������Simon.'' < ...  "Because'I asked her if she'd have  me.    She said  she would. ' She's ��������� got'  me.���������Blivins."���������Detroit Free Press.  TROUBLES OF  an Eimm  Were,   Easily    Disposed  '      Do.dd's Kidney Pilis.  of  w.  Inflamiria-  as,    Cuied  T -  J?  vThe barber  who  rents, the'barbrfr's  shop  at the  Waldorf  Astor   hotel   in  ���������ATow  York,   pays   S-7,000'a year,  -for  so; doing. '--,_',  t      ^  '     MCJ>'V_������,'i_;^-_*"[Hlvl'S *?    ,  ; ' ' t ,        '    '    ' ���������  We   offer   One  Hundred   Dollars   Reward  lor any  case  of   Catarrh  that "cannot  t>3  cured   by  ITall's> Catarrh '��������� Cure.       . , ,   ���������  .P.   J.   Cheney,&  Co.,   Props.    Toledo, fO  We the" undersiuned. have known F. J  Cheney-pfor the last 15 years. > and be-  Weve him oerfectly honorable' in all business' transactions and financially able to  carry out- any obligations made' by their  firm. , .     *  West   & Truax,   Wholesale  Drucrprists,   Toledo.   O.  Waldincr,   Kitman    &    Marvin.    Wholesale  Drucffitvts,   Toledo,   O.  Hnll's   Catarrh   Cure  is   taken   internally,   actinpr   directly   upon   the   blood   and  mucous   sui faces   of   the   sytem.     Price  V5o   per   bottle.'    Sold   bv   all   Dru^crists  Testimonials free.  'Hall's- Family   Tills  'are   the   best.  Milk is now reduced to a powder  by 'a new Swedish invention Five  quarts of skim milk yield one pound  of   powder.  I   was   cured  suffer ine.    15  LINIMENT.  Tv, o  Risers,  I was Cured  doctors failed,  MENT.'  Antigonish.  of     lame   back,   .u'lpi-  \ ears    by    MI NAPT)' S  KOBERT PCS3.  N S  of   Diphtheria.     ,i f t������-r  by   MTNARD'R   LIXI-  JOHN A.  FOREV.  ,  T3ie  Cawse  of  Geysers.    -  , Bunsen has explained the periodical  eruption of geysers in such a' satisfactory manner that doubt is no- longer,  possible.. A cavern filled with water lies-  deep in, the earth Sunder the geyser, and  the water in, this" cavern is heated by  the earth's internal heat far above'212  degrees, since there is a heavy, hydrostatic pressure upon it arising from the  weight of water in the passage or natural standpipe that leads from the subterranean chamber to the surface of  the earth.   ' '    t -     ���������   '      '*  After a time the temperature, of, the  water below,rises,-so that steam is given off in spite of tho pressure, and the  column in. tlie exit tube is gradually,  forced upward. The release of pressure  and tbe disturbance of the water then  cause the contents of the subterranean  chamber to flash into steam'and,expel  the contents of the exit vpipe violently.  These eruptions'may Jalso be provoked'  by throwing stones or clods of turMnto  tbe basin' of the geyser. The 'water in  the. cavern below is disturbed by this  means.;     ' '' . "   -  C5 '      v v>  A   _ove   Potion. ,i  '' , One of-the-leading sources of income  to the old herbalist was thercorapound-  ihg of love powders for despondent  swains, and heartsick maidens." If a  rpowder would not bring the desired relief, various juices of roots and herbs  were mingled in a potion and -sold as  tlie love phial. Here is an old, recipe:  "Mistletoe berries (not exceeding nine  in number) are steeped  mixtures of wine, bee,  honey. ' ''  "This taken on an empty stomach be  G. Craars-, o? Drexlon, luid  tory   jr.Utu mutism,   ami    -1  'Slick and sUleau.  Dresden, < Ont., Feb. 16.���������(Special)  ���������"Dodd's _I-idne5'' Pills cured me  slick and clean of, the Rheumatism,"  says V.7. G. Cragg, ex-reeve of this  town. "It was -(tho Inflainniatory  Rhoumatism Lhad: and I thiuic  ,Dodd's Kidney Pili_ are as line, a  jenit'dy for that as I want. I am as  sound as a hell now, as,far as Vti.'ui-  matism is concerned."   , ( '  .' Th'isjs Idr. Cragg's experience, and  it is the same as many others: 'i'oo-  prlou'Renerally hero'are learning, that  Rheumatism is simply a result of  Kidney Disease���������that if thu kidneys  do not do their clutyo* and take ui'ic  acid from Ihe blood, it crystal izes at  tho muscles and '(joints and cau.-jes  those tortures too- many pcopleknow  too well. . '  "I had^becn troubled with Inflammatory llheum'ati.sin^for,eight years,'  continues the 'ex-reeve.^ "I could  scarcely get^around to do my 'duties  in rnycstoreV T I ^ried doctors and  medicines' ' without getting' r ��������� v benefit till I heard ol Dodd's -viclney  cure  itself. ' l    <  pletely.'",      ��������� -  Cure the kidneys with,-Dodd's Kidney Pills axid your Rheumatism will  ���������������������������"cu re''itself.     u ; 1   ?    .    *"  No .fewer, than  2,45 L  soldiers  invalided  during 'tlie recent war  account   of  defective teeth.  v ere  on  OUE OLD FRIENDS  J c  Ever .True and DnfaHuig Are Ths  ' 'DIA'MON  in  an   equal  vinegar  and  I wns Cured of contraction of  clcs  by  MINARD'S   LINIMENT  MRS    RAtM-fEL   SAUNDERS.  >   Dalhousie.  i'is-  fore going to bed Avill cause dreams of  youi' future destiny (provided you re-  tiro before 12 o'clock) either on Christ-  mas eve or on the iirst and third of a  new moon." Perhaps as a lingering  remnant of this absurdity there is a  current notion in some parts of the  ��������� world today that a whole mince pie  ,eaten at midnight will cause the reappearance of long departed friends, not  to mention the family physician and  the more interested members of the  household.  Old friends who az'e ever ready,and  able to help us in oui" time'of-need  a.re'indeed true 'friends  Diamond . Dyes" are the old " home  friends* of our Canadian people, and  have proved blessmg.s in thousands  of homes. When "the heart craved  for a', new dress, skirt, blouse, jacket,  opera shawl, fresh, bright ribbons or  feathers ^at times when economy had  to be observed, 'the" Diamond Dyes  quickly transfoimed old and* faded  garments and materials into ' new  creations, thus saving a large amount -of������money in,the homo'. If you  would have the best results in'.your  dyeing work, always ^use the Diamond Dyes.  Send your, address to the Wells ���������  Richardson Co., 200 Mountain St.,  Montreal. 'P.Q., and you will be supplied .-with new Dye | Book, 4.5 dyed  samples and artistic' designs of the  Diamond Dye Mat and Hug patterns.  Ymm lYSONEY  BAGS. IF TTCU DO NOT LIKE  'SYRUP  ROSE &^LAFLAfflME^SELL.Ne.AGENTS, MONTREAL.*-'  W������g_Sv_*__g__*-^^  ARE--   VOU    B-ui'L-blNb^'  U -  <:r  a  1 r 1-  IF   S=i _������  BiSE EillBY^S  -l-WPERVIOlis SHEATMSNG  IS  '     -    -THE _���������ST'B_JLDS?^_ PAPER fti'ADE.  It Is   cerv niuch sti-ons-������*r,ii\ncl tJiiclccr   tlwn an^-otTaor   (tarred or  biilldinsr)  paper. .It ts,impervious to -wind, ke^ps out ooltl, keeps In heat, carried no ������mell  or o������1or, j������b8orl>H wo luolsttire, ,linpart_ ' do    taM������ ' or_ .flavor   to   juiytlilngr   Trit_*  which, it comes in contnet.   It l_t largely nsetl not only for sheeting- house*, but  tor lining cold   btoracrfj   bulltiinRP,   refrijrcrnSora,   daii-lms,   croamerle.,   ana  ������ll  fdaces where thr> object 1������ to lre������p an even   and   nulforzn   temperatur*.   snd  at  h������ ������flme Cinae avoiding tlampnet*. ,<���������- *'  ' "iVrite onr Agents, TKE8 _ F32KSSE, Wlnnlpejr, for Barr.ples. ,    r4   "'  '   ,THE  E. B. EDDYCOJ, Umltod, HUL.9-.  *_Ti������awmlwrtMr.r,Tff^^  "Al  A>  '^r  .1  Coke runs 48 to 30 bushels to the  ton; hard coal measures only -id to  3S  bushels1 to  the same weight.  DON'T SPOIL IT.  v^w- /ifHt/_ (&?i)nJCi'?v&  ,i_ ->_>  >*^i  Usq Weils, Richardson & Co/s  Improved Baiter Color.  .    FLORIST  ^OSMAN  NURSERYMAN  The steamship f'cisia crossed the  Atlantic in ISoG in ,9 days 1 hour  45 minutes, and hold the record for  a period  of no less' than  ton vea.f..  The eggs of iire-filies arc luminous;  but the''young insects have no li_,ht-  givmg powers until thev are able to  fly,  Tlie Flow of Milk  will be increased  '<&-$.  IK  5__C<_w#  AVhy go to alt the  trouble of .teeping  co ws a nd get o n 1 y  about half the milk  they should produce.  Dick's  Biood  Pofifisr  strengthens the digestion and invigorates the whole system so that  the nutriment is all drawn from the  food. It takes' just the same trouble to. care for a cow when she  gives three quarts as when she  gives a pail. Dick's Blood Purifier  will pay back its cost with good  interest in a few weeks.  50 cents a package.  Leemsua, Mi!es __ Co., Agents,  nOFTREAL.  A Metnornble Ride.  The most memorable ride in English  history was that of Sir Arthur Owen,  which placed the Hanoverian dynasty  on the throne of Great Britain. The  act of settlement by which in 1701  pari ia m put elected tho house of Hanover to the British throne was passed  by only one vote, and this casting vote  was given by Sir Arthur Owen, the  member of parliament for Pembrokeshire. He arrived at Westminster,  dusty and travel worn, only just in  time to record bis vote, having ridden  with furious haste from Wales for the  purpose on relays of horses kept at all  (lie posting houses along the route. To  that ride Britain owes its Georgian  era; hence its Queen Victoria and her  descendants.  Don't spoil the rich, puro cream  that you have gathered lor buttwr-  making by using- ��������� common and mi-  pure butter color when you do your  churning.  Wells, Richardson ��������� Co.'s Imptov-  ed Butter Color" will give your better the natural golden June tint at  this time of the year, and it nevur  fades from the butter. Do not accept and use vile and worthless substitutes. At all tunes insist upon  getting the kind that makes m i/e  butter. Sold by all druggists and  general   dealers.  Ff\  1LGGUL.  FOR  EELEY  Correspondence  Strictb-  Confldential.  /URE  ^IM^   KE  Drunken ness,  Drug Using.  Oyer   800,000  Cures.  KEELEY  INSTITUTE,  133 O-*t������or_0   Street,  AVlnnlpejf.  A Fersian ambassador has la'.elv  been appointed to the court of  Athens,   the  first  for 2.393  years.  Only those who linvp h:ul experience  can tell the torture corns cause. Pain  with your boots on pain with them oil���������  piiin nurhL and rlav ��������� but. iclief is sine  to   iho.se, who   use Hclloway's  Lorn  Cure.  "Toiiinto."  What is the earliest instance of the  occurrence of the word tomato in any  European language? The first 1 have  iu my notebook. is the reference to  '���������Americanoruin tumatle," made by  Guillandinus in his "De Papyro," a  commentary oh parts of Pliny, 1572,  page 90. Later (page 91) he says, "De-  nique tumatle ex Themistitan, recen-  tiores fere poihum aureum, et poinum  amoris nuncupant." showing that both  the Aztec name tomatl and the popular  "lov^ apple" were already in use. "The-  mistitan," 1 may add, is probably a  misprint for Thenustitaa���������i. e., Te-  ho.chtitlan        synonym   for  Mexico.  Heroic  Remedies.  "They claim that peritonitis is a  cure for appendicitis."  "I suppose that's on the same principle that beheading is a sure cure for  squintiug."-  No great characters are formed in  this world without suffering and self-  denial.  New hats arc responsible'in a great  measure   for   large  congregations.  ..Marriage"is like other troubles.  People have a good time while getting int������ It.  T-   H.   R-ETCALFE   &   CO.  G?*aiu and Oomm'ssion  Merchants.  Highest prices paid for wheat, oats,  barley or tfax in cp.ilots Wire or write  me for prices before sell inc. _ibera*  advances made on consignments and  handled on commission. Licensed and  bonded  P.  O.  Box,   550,  Winnipeg,  Man.  PE HALCYON DOT SPRINGS  Arrowr    ___*������*<_,     Ei.O.  Theas  miraculous   sprlnffs.  Minister to a mind diseased.  Pluck from the memory a rooted sorrow:  Raze    out ..the     written,   troubles   of   the  brain.  And  with, sweet oblivious antidotes  Cleanse   the   stuffed  bosom  ot   tho.4.  per-  1      ilous   stufls  Which weifjh  heavily upon Kidney,  Liver.  and  Stomach.  Therefore, all ye who sutler���������Give physic to the dojfs; have none ot It, but  come and be cured at'  The Halcyon Mot Springs Sanitarium, BX  TERMS���������815   to  <18  per  week. -  THE   MAKUFACTURERS   OF  GARSME F'iA.O  sto(d:_ fcpoo  TO   EN'COURAmE   ITS   USE   are  fiiving the  following: prizes for competition at  the  Winnipeg Exhibition of 1003.  ]n Ireland there  ow.s, as compared  widowers.  are   211,000   wid-  with   only  SS.OuO  Minard's Liniment. Cures Colds, ete.  it  is better  tb think without. talk-  than   to   talk   without   thinking.  Unless the soap you  use, has this brand and  is this shape you are  not getting; the best.  _s_ fo? tlac Octagon B&?  223  Tlie .proprietors of JL'armelee's Pills arc  constn'ntlv receivim; letters similar to  the followinsr. which explains itself. Mr.  John A. .Beam, Waterloo. Ont.. writes :  "I never used, any,'medicine- that can  eruial Parmeiee's Pills for Dysnepsia. or  Liver and Kitlnev Complaints. The  exnerienced after usintr them was wonderful. As a safe family medicine Par-  melee's -Vofretable ��������� Pill'i can be��������� sriven in  all   cases   requiring  a  cathartic.  $175 m 00LIB  At ^V^Ilnipe)Jf  Exhibition.  FIRST  PRIZE  For the  or trrade,  l������.)0':-i. fed  in   Rold.  Heaviest Calf, any pure breed,  born after the 1st January,  on  Carnefac Stock I''ood.  S.100  A  man     itching  for  bus3T  scratching.  fame  is   kept  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  It  is  voursef ��������� that  makes   the  mis  takes and  blunders.  the other fellow makes the  SECOND. V1UZK.  For   the    .-'Second   Heaviest      CaM.   any  pure   breed,   or   j+rade.   born   after ��������� tst ' ot  ���������fcnuiiry,   1903.   fed   oir Carnefac    Sfock  Pood.  *50  in croki.  ��������� THIRD  PRIZE.  For the Third Heaviest Calf, any pure  breed, or ^rade, born after 1st of January, 1903.. fed on Carnefac Stock Food  i'.~o   in frold. ������������������-.-.'.  CONDITIONS ":  Only   one   entry   will ,be   allowed    from  relief   each    Farmer   or   Stockman',    and    stock  n.ust   be   exhibited   at   the   Winnijiepr   Ex-  hil-ition.  Evidence munt be nroducedat the time  of exhibition to show that the animals  wf-rc   fed  on  Carnefac  Stock Food.  ("..rnefai; has proven a decided success,  biimrinsv into , condition and fattenincr  uiic-ru other foods fail. Send for leaflet.  f,ri\ in.r the views of veterinarians as to  '���������he merits of Carnefac. They all spewk  hiirhly   of  it.  YUV  6ARNEFAG FOR   YOUrt STOCIC,  w.  You  Lever's Y-Z ("Wise Head) Disinfectant  Soan J'owder is a boon to any homo. It  disinfects  and cleanses  at  the "same  timet.  G. DougSas, rftanufacturePf  Princess Street, Winnipeg.  can obtain it from your dealer.  Vfcvf  ������������������������_.  B-?.    SNIc*.    _5.J_. ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY.  Subscription : .. :$2.oo a year,  m' _5. Hn&erson. Boitor.  IP YOU ARE AT YOUR WIT'S  SUIT YOU" TRY -  '  END TO GET A TEA TO,''JUST  - .T2T Advertisers who. want their ad  changed, should get copy In by  9 a.m.'day'before issup:  The Editor will not be responsible for the  views, sentiments, or any errors of composition of letter correspondents.  Job Work Strictly C. O. D.        , ,  Transient Ads Cash in Advance.  ,The fourth pension of the Legislature was .opened on  Thursday, 3rd  inst.      We give a summary of the  Lieutenant Governor's .speech:���������In  V -' the opining paragraph His Honor  says   there  is 'much   cause   to   be  thankful     iu   the   fact ttbat   His'  o' .Majesty , King   Edward   VII   has  been fully restored to health,, and ia  , \      pleased lhat his First Minister had  , the honor.of  being present, at  the  coronation.,   Some of .-the leading  industries of the Prpvincefthavebeen  /,    beriouoly hindered by reason of disputes between  employers  of labor  and employees, - and*wiin a view to  - obviating and settling  these .industrial differences in the future,' a conciliatory measure will I e introduced  ''''  Tue'c- untrv is congratulated on the  fi'CLthat enquiries respecting settlement in the Province are largely on  the   ihciease,  and the demand for  our   lumber  and fruit  has greatly  added to'the prosperity of the^e industries.      Measures will  be iniro-  duced for dealing with  lands in   a  ���������  '   manner,that will encourage immi-  I      gration of farmers and fruit growers.  Provision   will be'1'made by survey  or reconnaibsa   ce, for the Inure ac-'  .-curate    delimitation    and     belter."  knowledge*"of tlisiricts available f r'<  settlement and development.     Tee  outlook for r-iiiway construction in  c ^ the Province is promising, and Bills  will be submitted for giving aid  in  that direction.    Amendments ' will.  bvi made to ihe Assessment-.Act to  improve  the method  of collecting:  Legislation' will   be  introduced   to  readjui-t the present system of taxation of rnetallife.ous mines, and to  amend the Coai  Mines Regulation  Act.    A measure will be introduced  for 'the  adjustment   of   claims   of  'p oneer settlers on lands within the  Ksquimalt   and    Nanaimo    Company's land   belt.     A   Bill   is now  before   the House of Commons of  Canada increasing the head tax on  Chinese fiom $100 to $500. being in  ��������� accordance' with  the  recommenda-  l'   tions  made by the Legislature and  the reiire?entativf<s of tbe Province,  . which His Honor hopes will become  law.    The Acts of last session disallowed, by the  Dominion  Govern-  ment wilbbetubmitied for re-enact- ���������  ment. v,  Reports from several departments  were laid upon the table. Mr Oliver  protested against the adjournment  of the "House, until Monday, and  referred to charges against Ministers  which had been made on the hust--  is'.gs during the recent, by-elections.  He was promptly calied. to order 1>3'  Mr Speaker, and after a short  struggle with himself, subsided.  __T O 'T I O _H]  P<OR    Hardware,   Tools of all  kinds,   Paints,, etc,  Crockery  s       and  Glassware,    Wall   Paper,  Window  Shades,  etc., etc.  and everything >ou   have   been    in   the   habit   of  getting   at  the   "Magnet"    ' ���������..'���������''.'  . GO-TO THE BIG STORE.      .,  MCK1 _CMW* J'nflWW *:  ment will be all right, if itJs carried out, but of course to pioperly enforce  it,   the Council omust have a  man on night duty for that purpose,'  else the.law will be a dead letter. It  is presumed they have decided on  this however.    Regarding the imro-,  duction of the by-law itfelf,  it  has  been said that the late .Council were  hasty   in   introducing it".      [tfhas  also been said that the ''News'' was.  advocating'the  passage of  the Aot/  overst rough".    Injustice to the late  Council, and in. our own- explanation,  though we'still  think, as we'  always did, that  the By-law is a"  necessary one, we ��������� must in form'the  pubiic  that  the'writing-up'of  the  cow evil in these'.'columns was, not  because we did approve of an enactment, but because sundry and various    influential    residents' ' made  peiiodical complaints of  the nuisance, and   urged   us.to   write'the  mat ter.up, so that the autnoiities |  would take steps to abate the  nuisance.    S ime of these compi.iinau.s  are even now,in the new Council,'to  wit,   Aldermen Bate, Cirlhew and  McFadyen,     These gentlemen all  suffered  by  having   property -destroyed   ly, breachy  animals,   aud  v(-ry   properly- complaiutd, i-f- the  f..ct. '    ���������- '  k.  OF,P.  SOCIAL.  " The'.brethren.-of F.C. & B. cele  bra ted the opening' of thtir new  Ca'stie Hall'last'week with a little j  social evening in the new quarters.  A'few friends were present, besides  the members of the Order and theii  fan.iliet, and after a nice supper, a  short programme was lendered of  songs, music, and address-Co. wind;  ing up with a short dance, 'just, to  try if the floor was s'olid. We .regret  that want of space compels us to  omit the programme, but no doubt  the brethren will have other littl-j  evenings in the future, and opportunity will present itself,for a more  ex'ende.1 notice, for the}7 are ones  who know how to treat their visito s  in style. Good luck to them in  their new hall.  nnd valet���������prepared to return to the shin.  Wishing to have a shine before   st'-mint-,  he'asked for the blaokie,' this   personage  bciiif" an unknown quantity  in   Cumber-'  .land, the yap was   promptly fil'ccl by Mi-  Mr Call urn's bar-tender, who  finished his ,  Nn. 12 off in good style.     <'H.m"rmich ?"  "Ko:ty��������� cents,   please"     fs'nt   that   too  high?   Not for, ChieMEnginecr���������we alius  clrirye'em 2o rls. afoot   here.    And   so  i he depar'-etl^fter complaining; bitterly of  ��������� the hotel charges for his   suite   of rooms  and board, \\hi_h   was   very unbec'omiiif>  on the part of a chief,,especially when the  ship's  sport,   Hrockman,   w.is 'doini>, the  pilot and valet act for him/ The next day  who  should   step   on   tho scene, but Mr  , Richardson, alive and hearty,   and   with -  out any dove   embellishments  whatever,  "hut,-what!  .vho?!!! which'is'the fellow who was here yesterday?    Oh! that  '  is Mr Dalton,  actinq   3rd   for'the  trip,"  and then we all  adjourned   to   the water  filter.                -    .  and    b'y    Paying ' Cash    get   what, you want   10  per cent,  cheaper than you couid at the Magnet.  T&T    WE ARE CLOSING OUT  THE' MAGNET.''      '   '  r ���������     ,< ' . "  - <��������� '     '  SIMON. LEISER & CO'.,.  -.'   'Gumberljiricl    -I  nirtr"ir-T������rifnrr_ri-i 1 ������������������ ���������M( .���������  r������������te<WM&*  A i r   Dry  System..  o  C     Dpi  r   facilities   foi .Soring   Perishable   Articles   are  now  nplete.       '-Eggs,   Butter,   Game,   Fowl   and    Meats   of     ������ ,'-    ���������  kinds Stored at   Reasonable   Hates  ' i)  1   JJl  i  '. <  ��������� NOTICE.    ���������     :  ��������� Respecting Timdsr Licences. ,  NOTICE is iierebv given, pursuant to  the provisions'of Section 50 of the "Land  Act," that'in future no special .licences to  cut timber1 on Crown lands will be granted or renewed untjl aftei the applicants  have hr-.d the. limits'surveyed by a duly  qualified Provincial Land Surveyor to the  satisfaction of the Lands and Works Department, r '." -  - W. C. WELLS,  Chief.Commissioner of Lands  - '   v     . and /Works.      ,f       '   -  L':in"ds,'& Woiks Department, "'  Victoria", B.C., 26, March. 19-^3.  ;fi_5HiNq:V..--:  WAHDwiil be paid for informiition leading" to' the   con-  ,   -    ��������� < ' ' t\  yiction of.persons.appro'pt'iating or destroying our"Jieer-Kegs ', -      |  :���������. '  U N ION   BREVVI N G' CO.,;. Ltd.'. '.."':- ���������  P.* 0. Diawer   '45   r,-j--"-i|  Phone    27.,'  DUNSIVEUIR ,STJRE"i_T'  ^S^^Sa^S^^^^SmSM^SS^MSS^^m^M  wzf>m  ESS  J^' v-  'a isABki a a a ff  ���������������������������;: 4  M STOBI  A Large and coin  plete  Stock at  the  10 per cent Discount for Cash  Simon Leiser 8l Co., Ltd.  ���������j8 If. ������ % tt % '0 si i %? ���������   ' S52 fl.Eiirif  1 *%$ f - I 1 I 1 4& III j$        ��������� i   ii  For Orchard,   Field   and  Farm,        r    .    '     '   II  Highest Grades.    Best results obtained from their"iu*e. .' Ada'pted to all- '        4  -*   ��������� Soils.   -Suitable for all Crops.  , "   ,  '    \\ ''���������,  ��������� ,|J  'ANALYSIS  .AVAILABILITY .&; SOLUBILITY strictly -guarantesd.'"'  , GOVEBMMJ.NT     ANALYSIS '  OF" STAKDABD    BliANDS-' SirOWS-   TI1EM  -TO : BE  above per'cent'of Plant Food  claimed.'" - . _.'.  '     Standard /Formulae , "   ���������-      '       >-!       "       -   '  > ^''  _ ... ~__.,*.        _'-     ������������������������'    _, ��������� ��������� _ r,\ ''.^.      j-.   "��������� - ,      .-, r.  T-ljR-ANfr"A"-rFor Grass,"'Hay,   Qr'ainrTruck and*General,Farming , - "'"    '  Brand "ii"���������For Oichards,   Berries; Potatoes.  Roots���������Hops or anv crop'where  4'otash   is 'ar^ely needed.   - ,     - '      .  ' Hrand "C"���������For Crops pirPeaiy Soils, Clovers,   Pease,    Beans-01',''wherever'  'Nitrogen' is not-.vv.'in'.iiiy  We  also'carry a" complete stock-of'   Muriate  of   Potash.'   Sulphate   of   Potash  ' Koiniie, Supeiphosphciie. Thomas Phosphatu and Nit rate-  of   Soda.'   ' ', '  For P.ke.-, P ^upnioi  aid  Testimonials"adtlrei-s  Victoria   Chemical Co.y,Ltd."  .31 12 02 , VICTORIA,   B.C.  As will be  spen, the long talked  of amendment tothePmind By-law  has been   presented to   tbe Council I  and  read first time.    Tbe amend-  The  Wonderful   Adventures  of.  an  Engineer  When it was known last week that the  Chief Engineer of the str. " Wellington"  was in town, many old friends hastened  to the Cumberland lo welcome him, .but  instead of the Richardson (fra Scotland  tac) they had known here was a very self-  possessed little man \vTth much ,yokl valve  packing and shirt front. Among others  the Doctor had arrived, in response to an  urgent summons* fo attend the 'Chief  Engineer in his 100m," at the hotel  After treating' his imaginary ailment, the  Doctor enquired wh.it had happened Mr  Ri_hardson. The new incumbent could  not tell him, " there had been a row uf  some kind,'' he did not know what was  the matter, said in such a way that pei.ple  began to think poor Richardson was  dead, killed while on duly at his post,  probably, ami steps were taken to get  subscriptions among his many friends to  purcnase a 1 Memorial stone, covered with  cloves and angels. Well, the new Chief,  after swelling it around for a couple of  days���������he'had engaged a suite for himself  ft?   s,  XM*xi**.mLrnrmi*zMt.>.~^a>x*MM���������f}}vt^v.v^ tu    ;iimiiiii 11, r t&5g-_-a������-a_^5sao^  A Complete Stoc    in all Lines.  Iron Beds,    Springs,    Top Mat treses,    Box Mattresses,     Washing   1  Machines,    Bedroom Sets.   Bed Lounges, . Couches,    Table? m  (all kii.ds).    Kitchen Cupboard.--,    Kitchen Treasures. -      i .   Do not buv without getting our prices.      WTe can save you  money    on    anything    you    ma\     want    in    these   lines.  -cj_s  cr V-3   s.<������>  J I-IEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, tbe loth day of June, a.d., 1903, at the hour of  10 a.m , at the Court-house, Cumberland^ I shall offer for Sale by Public Auction the Mineral  Claims in the list hereinafter set out, of thd persons in said list hereinafter set out, of which Crown  Grant* have been issued, for all Unpaid Taxes accrued, due and payable on the 30th day of luue,  1902, or accrued, due and payable at any 30th day of June, subsequent.to the date of the issue of the  C own Grants, and remaining unpaid at the 31st day of December, 19t02, and for -the expenses of  advertising this notice.   ��������� _ ��������� '  If the Taxes and Expenses of advertising, as set out in said, list, are not paid to me on or before  the day of sale, the Claims may be.sold to the highest bidder, and a conveyance executed to the purchaser of all right and iuiorestm said Claims legal!}' alienated by the Crown lyy the Crown Grants  thereof. -  l *  In tbe event of tbeic being no purchaser, or if tbe price offered shall not be sufficient to pay the  taxes and expenses of adver.ising, the land shall absolutely revert to the Province and the Crown  Grants thereof shall be de-'ined void. '    " '  LIST    ABOVE    MENTIONED.  STANLEY H. RISES,      Corner Store  Namk ok Person.  D  kscuiption of Claim.  3  c  0  V  -A  Expenses  Advertising  TOTAL  Chaune  Mining Co,  White Pine,  L -t 21U, Thnrlc.w Ialaud,  4(i-93  ICl'CS  ���������?5S  75  SO 75  859 50  Dougla> Pine Miuing Co., L d.  Douglas Pine  11   07]          tt             <t  31  02  11  24  (JO  0 75  24 75  <������                 <<                 >t  Gold Exchange,  i<   27-        "            ''  14-7(i  <(  11  25  0 75  12 00  it                           tt                          <c  Coue Fracn,  ".   273,       "  ���������52  ��������� <  ���������  75-  0 75  1 50  Nash,  Martin  Or-ainpio-,  "   27U.  Fanny Bay,  22 05  (<  0  75  0 75  6 50  Whaleri, William  Coiiiinou wealth,  "   277.        "     ��������� '���������.  2U-S5  "      ;  21  00  0 75  21 75  De Beck, Bauer & McKiimon  Jennie B,  "   278,  Phillips Ann,  42 53  1  32  25  0 75  33 00  te          .'���������������������������������(  Julie,  tt     o-JQ              tt            n  38' S4  Cl  20  25  0 75  30 00  Bauer,  W, A.  Euid,  ���������'   2S0,  40 ��������� 25  tt  35  25  0 75  3(5 00  . <        <<  > Stella,  "   281,         "   .v"  25 60  ���������������  10  50  0 70  20 25  tt        <<         .  Blucher,  "   28S,  Frederick _vriri,  49 ��������� 22  It  37  .50  0 75  38 25  cc        ct  ' Wellington,  "   289,  48 ��������� 73  tt  3(5  75  .. 0 75  . 37 50  tt        tt  Waterloo,  "   200,  ,      "             "  37 ��������� 09  tt  2S  50  0 75  - 29 25  <t         tt  Contact fracn,  ���������������   326,         "             *'  '75  St  J'O  ' 0 75  1 50  CulVn, James         ���������  Copper Kn._,  " lS3i3,  Malaapinalnlet-,  45-14  11  25  00  0 75  25 75  De Bt'ck, George W.  Copper .Chief,  " 1S34,  45-55  If  25  00  -0 75  25/5  IvlacKiuucu, John M.  rJHie Jiit:ket,  " j 8:'?.,  39 0.-5  11  20  00  0 75  20 75  11                  tt  Silv>rr Kiny,  :< IS'W,           "  44 ��������� 21  II  9->  5(J  .'() 75  23 25  v������                                    tt  Theud i.-ii.i,  '' 1_3?,  44 ���������  . c  22  (;0  0 75  22 75  Furgu.on, Robert Chas.  Annie Laurie,  ''"   3S(5,- Philiip������ Ann,  51 "(55  cr  13  00  0 75  ��������� 3 75  tc                        <:  Tsi?,  "   3Sfi.         ���������'   ;     "  45-23'  ti  11  50  0 75  12 vo  tt                  n  Riv-Jiside,  <(   ^37          "        "  45-7.1  (1  .11  50  0. 75  12 25  Cuba Silver Mining Co.  Snamioek,  "   41(3. Loi'ghboro' Inle  ; 34���������11  CI  8  75  0 75  I  9 50  Dated at Cumberland this 13th day of April,  1903.  JOHN" BAIRD, Assessor,  Comox Assessment District,  Cumberland Post Office.  -������������������a  i  'iif,  "���������J  (L  4*1  I  id  1  _>__


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