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Array ������,    -51-  \^j' \*y x t  ^x  TENTH   YEAR.  CUTMBERL^BrT-B-.-C.   TUESDAY,   AUG   iS,   1903.  ���������is  V33taaa&38si&83BSEE2g������s&;  ^^^^s^^^^T^-^^^^j^^i^Trm^sssmpjs^y  THE  "|    ,   '     LOCALS, $  V ' ' *' *N*  ;tbe big store  t S "1  ���������OF    ALL���������   '   ���������    '  If!        '  II5- *'  Tor TWO WEEKS commencing*  THURSDAY,   Aosus  h'-  For' Particulars see 'handbills1. ...  4h  UC-  ' F "  .s&jsjB&sszasBmssB&s^  r  w  *'  Nichd lie's  61 "YATES "STR EE"  1 JP <_i tWJ  'JU'  aj-  VK  -.ro-r---*-  ir'-t,"     B".'    C.  Ju_t received large shipmenttoL  >@  4  ". iiR,������:isn  'r~_t-."<.~-  %fo  h ���������  M'  *i  V -  _**"C_ ���������* _ V_/>. rrr-: ������������������-="-'- *    '   ^ ,-"-. .-       _   -<K  ~TJULTTVATOES,   SEED 'DRILLS XlISEL"HOE'S,"Etc  ^      -���������������'���������*���������'    ���������" - ,".'*-'��������� _._.������������������.      j . *     ,   . "   -  ,   --   ������ .        .    - viitiy- j,.v,:*'M.ir-n,i'-0vi:\ii'*vi-i     , .  Call and see them or wrik!_fc������r c-akiloguts and prices.  fcrB.C.       '     P O. Drawer 583  ii,  J-'  Telephone 82.  Sol-3 iigent:  ���������L>ackcen''ijuar_.-sac_>. _*_fT___--r-re������������*-_L"rj-.irr������--i_������-*jtr_^^ rT'^Tt^*nnrrP\nmnfc^.r^rTm^tz,f"ii  i     i   ***>    ���������     ?        "*���������*"*���������������  i.'. > i  #/  ADJUSTABLE  ^,\/"E know -nothing so good for  the n-otiey in the Chair line  10 Patterns of Oak Frames! at  any price you can 'name,  from SiO to ������30.  with Cushions of Denim, Crelone,  Velour. Tapestry or Silk.    .    .    '.  Name ihe pi ice you can afford and we  >\ill Send Samples of Covering, Styles  of Fiame_, etc.  f|0  ?3  IP  FOR WANTS,  consult oinTAdvertis-  '      ing1  Squares  on  inside  pag-e for  sanything' required.  r    Comox-harbour is gay again,  PI.  M S. Grafton bci-.ffin.  - O  * *** '*  Mr Jiime3 Harve^yhas purchased  'Mr J.' Wiliiams' fura, and,has also  securtd tlie Clark' ranch'-adjoining.  Mr  T.   Morgan , arrived   by City  Tuesday, and will conduct the enquiry into the cause'of death of "the  'Cbinrsein the N. . 6 explosion,    .  ' Miss   M. Strang   and-- Miss   E..  Smith, v^ hi!e unsuccessful in pats-'  < -  h.g  the   late   ex m.," nevertheless  made rm.rks far over the required .  number, 700. Their failure'was due  to deficiency'in oneisubjecl only..  Sold by all* leading- merchants��������� -  GrowirFruit Jars. .Thake no other],  wefhave/em, "Magnet-Cash Store. >  ** ��������� * v ���������  Hon. J a si Dunsmuir, with' some  o' hit- family -"and Mr C.-E.'Poolev,  ,,.   anive'd'.Tuesd.iy evening by Thistle  If}   T ,e"young people*of the party proceeded"-to the camping beacti, and  '^���������esrsis Dunsmuir anU'Pooley came  g.s   m here.  v'MissE. Milligan has accepted  a  jiosilion  on the Ross-land teaching_  's'taff, while Mis��������� Bate has been tip-  poiiited liJ'Sou'th (ia:iano, and Miss'  Crawford ot Lomox to Hope.    Miss  lv. Peacey fills  the'j.6_ition  in   our  s-chool here, v;ic.<.ie>l  by'Miss Milli-  gan; vand   Miss TarHell  takes Miss\  Willemar'b former class.   v  Crown'Fruit Jars are 50 percent.,  betiei;,than any.o her jar.   \\ e have  'em.* > Magnet Cash Store. ' ������   .. /,  Reyl'Mr'Glcla'nd, who has offici-''   i *  'aled 'as,"the'rCiuirch' of   Entiland'  ~*      ���������" _ fc-_ ���������       ^  minister 'here for thu past two  years; will pie-ich his farewell sermon next Sunday. He will be the  recipient"of a "presentation,'&c.. in  the City Hall on Monday evening,  August 24th.    ,-  Cuuncil Meeting.���������Present, Aids-  Bate, Daniels, Kilpatrick and Short  1���������Aid  Bate in the chair.     Minutes  read  and  adopted.'    Accounts���������L  \V. iSunns, lock, 506.;  J. Calh"un,  hay, ^9.70; B. Crliwfoid, hay, $14.-  70.     Constable   Banks' report  for  July   read    and   filed.       Hos-pilai  drain.���������aid.  Daniels reported  advising   Council   to   extend    drain  f.uthe'*,   and   to   dig  a cesspool  to  bedrock.    Council adjourned.  The attention of the Government  Agent is respectfully called to the  pressing need of repairs to-the road  "net ween the Comox and RoyV road  near the big swamp. This.- is the  only way by which tlie big hill can  be   avoided, and  am'thing1, like  a  f, Telegraphic'News.  I-adysmiih/ Aug. 14���������A serious  accidt-nt "occurred at' Extension  mines to-day which may result fa->  tiliy. Fiedeiick Chad wick, a miner,  very well known and highly esteemed, was the victim." Pie fell oil" an  emmy car in which he was riding,  and four car went over him,breaking hi- thiah anel sustaining severe  ��������� ' / f  internal injurios. .His,head is also  badly lacerated. ,cHis condition 'is  critical and the physician holds out'  very little'hope of, recovery.     ,    <���������  Vancouver, Aug. 14���������W. Higgins,  the largest,logger on the Mainland,  assigned todaj'. His liabilities are  over <f''20,)000 but his assets aie estimated at over tw.ee that. ,  Esquiuialt, Aug, 14���������Hon. C. E.  Pooley has announced himself as  Conservative1 candidate in this con-'  f stituencv., 4  ���������ft*''' -*  Nanaimo, August 14-^-Because of  despondenc}' owing to--unability to  obtain work, but more probably owing to hallucination that' his life  W'is 'being sought, haunting n brain  alieady somewhat disordered, Er-  <nest Cavellerotook his life yesterday  morning'at the Occidental HoteUby  thcr mo.-t'ingenious preparations to  accomplish his own dosh uctio.i. "Pie  obliiined two lengths -.f rubber tubing, these he"fiued*tugether'attachcd  to a gas jet in the-corrider of'tbe  annex. lie then fastened the tube  with a pieceof string passed around  his neck so that it, could not slip  out of ���������'his mouth when Jie became  nh'conscious Del.bera tely " t urned  the gas on, sat down on a chuir'and.  c iveie'd his head with a irheet closely,  ���������foidttd- to keep the gas in, a"nd t-o  died."   Nothing cwas found   which  ^-^T^ ���������*  _ si  ARRIVED, THIS  '      , WEKK.   ,' ' ,.  Doljs, Baby Rattles, Fancy Shell  Goods, Cup, Stiucpr and Plate, nice  Present from -Mother', Wife,'Sister  "or Friend, "Work Baskets, Baby  Baskets, _ Toy Whips, Hammers,  "Hatchets, Carls ju-t the thing for  boys, Games, Fish'Pond, &c.     ���������  ���������r  (*"  Shaving   Mugs,   Brushes,   Combs  I        , &c,     ,   &c. *  T,E.BAfE,  DUNSMUIR AVE,,'        Cumberland  ���������sr-f I  f r'  g ive anv  ihe  direct clue to the cause of  THE   COMPLETE   FURNISHERS.  LATEST  ���������Of���������    '-. "'������������������.--.-���������'.- ��������� :;."  '^.PATTERN'S  Sultliigs for- Genir  '���������an'd��������� '  .:  Gstomes for,-Ladies.  T H. CAREY,  Ladies & Gents 'Tailor  nnsiEl)iriY8��������� Oumberlaiid  For, Preserving  Jars,   all   sizes.  Rubber Rings foi same, and Sug-.r,  enquire prices at the Big ���������Store;  by  so doing vou can.savefnaonev.  ,    ���������-������������������o���������tPU  < -    **��������� '  We are -A's-eh ts f or^he Ca m pViel 1  Manufacturing Company, Mrntreal  Their Clo!hing is the best manufactured in Canada. Call and see the  sample*. The Corner Store, Stanley  H. Riggs.  rash ' act. ��������� Thought' he was  known to have said he was'befng  haunted by a Negro wnom he got  into an altercation with in Seattle  some time ago. He was well known  here, and was als" a clever musician.  Deceased was 29 years of age. " Plis  brother, John Gaveiiero. Vias killed  at Northfield some years ago.  Nanaimo, Aug. 14���������Tho  inquest  into tlie death   of Ernest Cavallero  was opened today at the Old Court  House aud developed no  new L.cts,  The Jury found that deceased died  by his own hands  while in  a state  of despondency     The fact that the  inquest was held in the Oid Court  Hou.-e  recalls   the  cuiious   coincidence that the murderer (,f the brother  of deceased  had  toq-iaied for  his crime in that very building. The  tragedy  was   one   of   the   most  remarkable in the his ory of the Pro-  Saturday, August 22. Prospects of  the Conservative party in Nanaimo  are thought better, and great con-;  fidence is expressed, that their candidate will be returned. The names  ot Edwaid Quennel and Clive Phil- -'  lips  Wooley are  freely   mentioned  i        t. * ���������* r  ''for nomination. . ,,  ' ���������-  Vancouver, Aug. 14���������Special from ;  White Hoise says that Ruby Creek  is turning out $10 to $15 dailyJper-,  claim.    Over 300 claims have been,*  located and staged on-the new ditr-"*u-.;'J'-  *      -..    ., , -f=,i_, v.     _ ..,_.  gmgs, and the rush shows  no sign1;   ''u'*,,,r<*  *-������;  IV.  ' mi,  of abatrnjj.  -W-fl  ' Nanaimo, August, 14���������JoeLalanV \ '*T \r\  an old Indian' pioneer of this city,\*���������';/"'"^l  was drowned at Seymour Narrows^  yestesday.' He' was a familiar , -  figure on'the streets'here and was  known to every citizen.  Ladysmith,   Aug.   14.���������Arrange-        c<   -i  meius were made here last night to  hold a .Conservative-meeting which,  will he addressed by the Hon. R.E.   o  Green and Mr Wilson. '  San Francisco, Cal, August 15���������  Jeffe'ies -'Cbrb tti fight���������Jefferies  won in 10th round.  10,000  seated  above   the  arena'  pavilion lat-t night representing an  expencliiuie of seating accommodation, aggregating $54,000.     This is  the largest crowd ever a_s*embled at    *-  the ring side in the  United States.  James J. Jefferies. champion heavy  weight,   of  the   world, played   with >''  Jim Corbett  lor   nine rounds, and ,  then Corbett's seconds stopped the  Srength and vigor come of good  food,   duiy  digested,      "Force," a  ���������re.tdv-to-serve   wheat   and "barley  1'  food, adds no burden,  but sustains,  nourishes, 'invigorates.  agnello,   had  gone  to  the Ala.-kau  oiilcl   fields,    leaving    his   wi.'e   in  large load taken from this place to I Nortlifield.   Rumors of herunfaith  Courtnay.      It is  therefore of   the !  fuloesa reftcl,ed hlin������ J^- Cuyclle.o  greatest importance to  the public  that this road be kept in good mpair  instead of being all*.wed to fall into  a state oi neglect as heretofore.  We note that Mr J. Mason offers  a reward' for the detection of fish  dynamiters. This will be of little  use; to stop illegal fish and game  taking, the officers must exert themselves, and  be out early and late.'  vince.     The murdeier, John T,ra-  | fiiillt lo S!lve   lhttir  man fnmi need  name being mention d as ilnUof  the partner of her guilt, m :d and  enraged with jelousy, Tera.ignello  returned home from Alaska. Without announcing h\* coming and  hastening to Northfiuld he found  his wife and Gaveilero. .t.o__th'e*.  Without.warning he stabbed Cavel-  Ters through,the heart.' He then  left for Chemainus where he had  [ walked from, in order to establish  an    alibi.       Cavellero   liv<d   long  o    I  ,FOR SALE,  Cheap, on  easy terms  2 Houses ���������- Apply/T. E. Bate.  They, cannot catch offenders while |  sitting in office chairs.     It is com- j  enough to say who his assailant was  mon report that-besides river .d3*na-  miting, the birds and deer are. being  slaughtered by wholesale, and that  the officials take no steps to prevent  it,  and  also-that the Governments  are   lax  in   making   these officials  perform the duties they are paid for  .irtct which.the public have  a right  t.o expect performed.  but believing him to  be in  Alaska  was  incredulous of his  own  sight.  A iar������-e and enthusiastic meeting  of Conservatives was held here last  nigh t to hear the. add 1 ess by Hon.  R.E. Green, who was warmly received, and gave a rattling address. An agressive campaign lias  bi-en instituted. A decision was  reached   to   nominate a   candidate  less punishment. Tho end came  shortly after the beginning of the  tenth round when J������nVries planted  one of his terrific left swings on  Corbett's stomaeh--Corbf tt dropped  to tiie fioor in gieat agony. Last  night c d em on.-t rated beyond all  doubt that Jefferies stands alone in  his class.  Nanaimo, Aug. 15���������The voters  listr--v$hioh closed last night reached  LJ^Ja 'names.  'Naaj.ai'mo. Liberals of  Newcastle  .met .last. night   and   unanimously  nominated David Murray, popular  working man, as candidate.  London, Aug. 15���������Lord Salisbury  is seriously indisposed. The late  premier is greatly exhausted, and  physicians are in attendance.  'Vancouver,'Aug. 15���������Mr Laduke  is dying, a.result of a runaway ao-*  cid'ent in New Westminster While  out driving one of the horses became frightened and ran away, onb  [Continued on last page. Jl  '���������But   Little  Marie  is  so  delicate,"  lEiRT'S" DARLING ^S-Sra  ; head awa; _..     ������������������,,.������������������  stay hero," she whispered, j I" engaged'myself t  -e care of the child as,   a! thing;   do'not be t  2SY W. HE1MBUBQ.  "She was hero .lust now," lisped  Anne Marie; ''she was sitting there,  and  then  sho ran  away;  I saw her."  "'.'Joes your throat hurt you still?  Did you put on a wet bandage f yesterday? _?o? Then you must have  it tc-day. , .Ask Aunt Lucie to put it  'on for you; little mouse. Your aunt  is going to stay,  is she not?"    '  "Uncle," cried the boy, "the cou-;  sin won't have her at all; she said !  just now that such princesses were/  of no use." ,' ' j  "Our aunt is so nice, so good,-and '  she has cried so!" , j  "Would you, like to have her stav ,  hero?" . ���������      <        ' ���������-;  let me stay!"  '"It would be a dull life in my  house. I thank'you; but no., ,Why  f-hould you give up a position which  suits you'very well?" Ho rose, step-  pi d up to the rack whore his hat and  gun Were'hanging, and put the latter  o\er his shoulder. "But-! thank you  I1 very much," ho said, and whistled  !  for 'his dog. ,-     ' "  , "-I am not giving up my position,"  she "answered.  tie stood still, and looked at her.  "I hope Frau von Howen' has  had  no     disagreement  with  her ' companion.     That    would    be bad for you,  and'iiot, very-    nice    of her ladyship,  "ft'would be ever'so  nice!"  cried \ 'Hint    "*-vas     your ,only excuse in my  possible?  She   turned  her  eyes   again'  to  the, while sheet;  it was     nothing  lments,"  he said, ; eis*0; there it was, clear and plain.  turning hi.j head away. j     '������jry  Darling.���������Yesterday     evening  ���������'I et me stay here," she whispered, j I"engaged myself to Weber. Ask  "no-  "I will take care of the child as,   a! thing;   do'not  be  astonished;   I     can  mother would;     for Mathilda's sake,    not  tell vou  in  writing how  it hap-  A   rifle-bullet  is  travelling  at 'its great- |    'J he' largest   spider     in   tbe   world   has'  est ��������� speed   not   as   it   leaves    the   muzzle,  'been   found   in   Sumatra.''Its   body -is   9  out   at rabqut   ten   feet   in' front' of  znu??.le  the  .   Some   men   take   what   is  in   sight ' anc*  hustle   for   more.  ir.c-bes   in   circumference,  spread 17, inches.  and     its    legs.  A   barber   isn't   necessarily   a   snob   because  he   cut's   an  acquaintance.  "I  pened. As I suppose you can not be  spared just at present, I .will go to  you to-morrow morning early; you  will1'at least ,have a few hours to  spare for me. Yours, Hortense,"  She laid her head on the window-  bench, and put her hands up to her  temples.       She    had no clear percep- ______,_������______________  wo������^rii^ha^Kny1cne04 ^     ^J^���������*���������* "^T ^T^! '*_ F'S ' ^ WOP^ ^ =*'  thing- she had - now lost* everything! ,      . aminations too great a stra������n -ffor the Nerves������X9r. Chase's "'-  ,  Wervo Food. .':''*'  rok-eh ��������� Health;  -  cfoool Life  *i  ll  m  M  m  '*. ���������-���������*  the boy;  "she has been 'inr,Home, and  can  tell  us  all about it." ;  "Bog her    ."to; she will  be glad  to  stay.'" , . !  "You"tell her,  uncle,"   advised  the ���������  boy. ,    ' ' j  He stood up. , <��������� |  "Ah,      my good  lilllc follow!"    lie1  said   bitterly,   '.'that  would   not  help  matters!     Sleep  well,   children."        '   j  "Uncle,  shall 3  give your love    to  , Aunt T-ncie?" asked Anne Marie.  He  did, not      answer;   he stood   in  tho middle  of the  room,   in the  blue  moonlight,  without* a  suspicion  that  neai;     him     "hot    tears  were quietly  pouring down'a  girl's face,  that J_iJ-j  cie   was   pressing   herself   convulsive- I  ly*; down  to  the  chest,   as   if to   hold '  herself  fast, 'to  prevent  herself  from  going up to ..him  and  asking him    to  forgive her for what she had done.       i  "What     then?"    she   asked  herself;  but she  found no   answer.     And   sho,  looked at him through her tears, and  felt herself so insignificant,  so  wick  eyes  for  your    remaining  away      so  long.    For a visit, as I first supposed, it would'have been rather long."  Lucie  stood  up.,  "You.'clo not understand hrn- matters are, Ccorge," she said, quietly.  "Ilortenjre is a friend to me, and���������  and���������"  "As far as I am concerned/ you can  call her so," he interrupted. "As  long as-she needs you, you will most  likely btay; but some fine day she  will marry, and vou will, be left out  in the co'd'. However, 1 have promised your sister that you shall at  any time find' a refuge here. "Good-  morning." ,.  lie touched  his hat  and .was gone.  A sad smile  came over .Lucie's     pale  face.     She  mounted  the  stairs,    "-put  on  her.j, hat,   and,   taking tlie wreath,]  let   the  house.     She  intended    'going j  to the grave-yard.   ��������� ���������   , -   j  The  little girls    came running     toward her.     She persuaded, them    not '  to  go   with   her';   for  she  could     not  you    really    mean to    stay  I  '9  ed,  and s,o wretched'.  He turned  slowly,   and  walked  out !  of  thc  nursery  door.. ,      -       j  ; ,     "Good-night,"  he  said   again,    and ;  was  gone.     Lmcie  buried  her face  in  ' her hands and sobbed.    All was still ',.  in  the room,  and when  she at     last '  'went  up-to  thc'childrcn's   beds  they I  .vere 'sleeping   sweetly   arid   peaceful- !  i,s;.oak   to   them,   she  felt  so   desolate  and forsaken... ' She began now.- to  havo a burn-rig desire to see . Hor-  tense, to lay her head on her friend's  shoulder,  and  say:  "Xoyv, ] have no longer any one  in. th'e'world but you. 'You arc my  only refuge." ' <  She  felt  as   if  she  had   never  loved  iy- ��������� ' ,    i 1 lor tense  as ,much  as  that  this  mo-  She carefully, lifted  little  Marie up i ment,     when ' the     reality     of  their  in -bed,   and   put  the  bandage  round j friendship had been so openly doubt-  hcr      throat,      then knelt  down  and j ed.  kicked, her .tenderly.     Then  she  went       "She walked through tho wood'with'  over into      hor own  room,   and     sat ' her     cheeks       burning  and   her  head  there by the window a long time.        {  "Come to  supper,"  sounded  in the ,  shrill'voice of the cousin, and a rnird  CHAPTER XX.  The next morning I-Iortense was  seated opposite Lucie in her little  bedroom. The girl had- had coffee  and rolls brought up, but Frau von  Lowen scarcely touched them.' She  sat shivering, a shawl over her  shoulders, and said:  "I-Io,w can you stand it here,    Lucie?" ��������� '  - The girl looked at her    without a.  word.  "And  here?"  Still not a/word' of-what,had just  happened' was mentioned between  them. As * Hortense li'ad alighted  ..from the railway carriage, she said:  ��������� "Do not .begin'now;-1-will tell you  evcrs'thing- in your own room."  So Lucie asked no questions.    Now  she merely answered:     ' <��������� '    '   '  ,  "No; I shall- not remain here." I  -'"Not here?" asked Hortense. "What'  am I to understand by that?    -What  will you do?" t  ,. ,  "That I do npt know yot,*( but    I  shall not stay here."  -  "Then     you    '-will   stay  with     me.  There''   is nothing     else but one   ���������������������������of  these two things to do."  "With'you?" '  , "Yes', Lucie."' Hortense ..-rose ' and  embraced her. "J did not believe you  would come back to me. I thought  that you , ���������would dedicate yourself  fanatically to the children and the  housekeeping here to quiet'your conscience. Alh the better.' I can spare  you less than ever."  | , So, many school girls and school  boys, too, are ��������� pale, languid and run  down'iiv/h-r-a.lth, subject to weak spells  and nwyous headache, and victims of  sleeplessness, that we no longer realize   the  folly   of  developing  the   mind  .  at the-expense ofVne body.  <��������� It is on the mothers ��������� and fathers  that falls the responsibility of looking- after the health of their children,  and to them wc suggest the. wisdom  of having the health of 'their children kept at the highr water, riiark by  using. Dr.   Chase's' Seyv'c  Food.  This great food euro is so gentle  and natural' in action at; to be 'ad-'  jiiJrably suited to the requirements of  children. , The r benefits lo be derived  from its use ar_ certain, and Lasting;,  as it goes .to form new,, red corpuscles in the blood, and create new neryf  force.. .���������" ' ���������' ���������'  . Itfis. T. Daize'l, 21 Charles "street  Kingston. Ont.) states: "My daughter suffered very much with head-  aches, caused no doubt- from over-  study and a run-down 'condition o'  the nervous ,.system. These attackf  of h&jclacho wive very trying cm h->  find'J'noticed that'she. war, grad;i-',il>  growing-  weaker'and  more nervous.  About two months ago I got her a  box of Dr., Chase's Nerve Food, and  since she hasi been using 'this preparation we are more than' pleased with  the r improvement which has been  'made in her health. She' look's one .  hundred per cent, better, her nerves  are steadier, 'she'is not^bothcred with  Headaches and is gradually , increasing in iiesh and weight." '  Mrs. ,R.   .Wareham., _(J7'' Sherbrooke  .street,   Peterboro, ,Ont.,   states : ''"One  of  my   children   has  suffered   a  great  deal   with    rfervous   headaches,,   dizziness   and   sleeplessness,   and,;in   fact, .  was  all  run   down,  pale, and   languid. ���������.  -hese   I roubles  , were 'attributed     lo  over-study and  confine-ment at school,  She   began   using   Dr.   Chase's   Nerve ���������  Pood,   aud   J   can   say that we   have  found     this     treatment      exceedingly.'  helpful.       It Ims relieved  her of head-  ac'rto,   steadied' her   nerve:?,   and   built'  up her system  wonderfully.'' ������������������ W- can  -lee   a   gr-Jat   pangs,' in   her.   as    the .  color   is    returning   to   her   face.-   and  she   is'gaining   u-   fle-Ph   'and  -weight."  Dr.   Chase's  Nerve  Food," 00*'- cents,'  a  box,   U   boxes, for. &L'.riO,   at  all, de-al-  ���������rs, *Di**-Ed*najison,   Bate."*,'&   Co..   Toronto. * , To   protect you   against   imi- *  tations, the portrait   and  signature'  of  Dr. A.   W*.   Chase,   tho famous  receipt-'  'look    author,    are   o;i    ev~---���������   box--'of-  ,his remedies.  <,!  ���������PLANTS THAT CLIMB.  rcouliaritics    of   Tlteir   Leaves    nisd  Their   Modes   o('D!ovciuc������t.������     "   >  It is in the twining plants,  such as  bryony and hop, and the tendril bear-  *'You!     -I suppose you   will marry    ors,,liko vetches, that wo fincLthe high--  soon?" . est development of the climbing habit.  "Some fine claj'-���������yes." '       -, These* plants live under unusual' condi-  "Wcll, then?" ' . tiojis.   In order'to'gain ,tho light they  "Well,   what is that to ,you ��������� to.  ,5ust seek rather limn avoid" overhang-',,'5<- is litis?    Herr Weber will be off over his  'The'  OermiliK Emperor'   has   more   ser-  \'������.nts  in     his     employ,    "than' any   other'"  ltior.at-ch.    Altogether   they 'nuniber^.over  'sOOO,    about   two-thirds' of   them "being  women. <   .  ���������I other    Graves*      Worm    Kxtormiaator  il( e_   not   rocjuiru -the' help   ol*   any  purga-  tivo  medicinu  to ^comi-leto  the  cure,  trial   and  be  convinced.  Give,  , finger knocked at her doo  t She did not answer, and did. not  move. The slippers clacked down  the stairs again; from the hall'came  up the clatter of dishes'and glasses  and the "men's voices. George must  .have come back from the wood.  She listened to a'few words 'spoken  between .them. Then a carriage  drew up from the court-yard ' and  stopped with a snapping oi' whip before     tho      door.     Jlclow   she.heard  erect.    She had to pass  che little sta-    fields   or' in     the     business  house  in  tion. i ,- r ,1 A���������, or hunting,  or somewhere,   you  "Does thc train go as it used to-,-see, I know all about it.' That "is  at five .in tho afternoon, from here?" all-right, and you must go with me,  she asked the official in the tiny sta-    to  the rococo��������� castle,  "Lucie."  tion  house.  'Yes,  fraulein.  'Thank  uch easier to, eliminate thc his-  ing foliage/ and so we find the .vetches, lol'-v r'"om fiction than it'*is to eliminate  ilistend of turning away from the shad-" ^loa fr������m history.     r  ,ow toward.tho light, .like most of their ,       '��������� ; ' '.  neighbors,'boldly  pushing 'up   into   the   . Some, of   the   charity   that   begins,,   at:  center of ai  bush-to burst'into blossom   home  can't got .past  the front  door with-  ahd ,-ainid   its   upper   branches''far   above,011'*- hecoming homesick.  It   sounded   rather   frivolous.      j_nu. ,-.������"-    ...������   _^^_i    ������4.u_-u__   *.���������*    ������������������������,_!  i the yoimg    baroness     seemed " to be    theii- less daring neighbors,  you,"     and    she walked, examining,   as ^she  said'it,   a     little       But it is in the leaves of these plants  along  the   road-��������� toward   the  village, j-silhouette   of   Taicie's   mother    which ( tl_it we find the most remarkable modifications adapting them to a climbing  chairs move, and'parting words were j "���������Vj'1-h  their  songs.  being  spoken.-    J,ucie  did  not-under- i     The'gate  of the church yard stood  stand      them.     She  had   clasped 'her     ".vide    open;       thc  elder-berry  bushes  hards and bent her head.    So he was ! ^"ith  their  fragrant  blossoms     hung  going   that.night!     Now   the  house-'  tlo'.r  shut,   and  tho  carriage  rattled  ovo"' the   pavement;   then   she'heard  it   rolling      over  the  smooth     wood  road,   and  then  all   was  still   within  and      without.     Only   the   old  clock  ���������The  mountain-ash   trees   at  the   side j-sho had taken from tlie-wall,  of therroad-were in full blossom";' the K    "But/ v gracious    'heavens, ' -   Hor-  beauty of late spring was over wood/;' tense!',' -came     from "the  girl's    lips,  and vale, and the larks were soaring     '-what in  the  world   induced you  to  from  the  young  gruin  fields   toward '.engage yourself -to him?"  the    sky,, making       the   air  jubilant        "You ask me  too  much,  child.      I  over thc graves, and a number of  children were palving about among  them.  still swung its pendulum; it seemed  as if its voice were higher than ever,  as if happy that it alone had something to say. and as it struck the  hours, quite indi.'Terent as to whether  it issued in happy.-or wretched oncs,-  thcy' were counted by a sleepless  young creature, and not till toward  morning did her tired eyes close in a  short' sleep.  When Lucie entered the sitting  room the next day, it was with a  resolution   which   the  anguish  of  the  A     gravo-diggcr,     spade  in  hand,  came toward   her.  ���������'Over      there,   fraulein,"   he   said,  "in the new path."  It looked so desolate���������the grave:  clods of earth were on"the new-made'  mound, and thc wreaths were cCl-  ready withered; near it a new grave  was already dug-. There was not a  single     tear     near  it  to   cast  a  cool  shadow over it: the-sun beat down '  relentlessly. The girl laid ITortonr-e's  wreath at the foot of the grave, and  remained standing motionless, looking r.t the bare mound; it seemed as  if she must die of sorrow, and yet  not  a  tear  fell   from  her  eyes.     Was  !~do not know. I can tell you what  happened, but not what I could have  been thinking of."-  She hung the little 'picture upon its  nail again, leaned, against the-bureau  and  folded her arms.  "When .vou left me alone, I lost  'my head," she began; t"that is, I  'got into an inexplicable state of nervousness and excitability, very much  as it was a year ago. I had the,  greatest desire to run over to the  Elbe and throw myself in. I looked  upon you as lost. Down-stairs the  wedding banquet was going' oh,  as you know. Perhaps the chamber-  i maid niav have seen me while I was  so excited. I was lying on1 the carpet, and my hair was in some disorder. Suddenly there was a knock,  and Herr Weber came in. He lifted  me up and persuaded me to sit down  like  a reasonable  person.     And  then  habit.   The leaves,of the_vetches'and  vetchlings   are' pinnate���������they   bear -a  number of opposite*OA*ate leaflets.   Thc  tip of the leaf stalk and the uppermost  pair of pin are are in tho climbing species -changed   into   tendrils���������sensitive,  twining, whip'.ike structures���������which exhibit remarkable' features.   If the slightly curved, extended tendril of a young  leaf of pea or vetch be watched carefully it will be found lhat it is slowly  but    incessantly    moving    round    and  round in a circle.   If the tendril cornea  into contact with  a twig it bends  toward it* and  eventually  takes  several  turns around it.   Even a slight temporary irritation, is sufficient to cause a  bending toward a 113* side.  i/inally the tendril becomes woody  and strong and forms a secure anchor,  cable for the plant. Not only does the  young tendril rotate, but the whole leaf  on which it is borne is in constant motion. The shoot to which the leaf belongs is rotating also, so that the ton-  ���������f������vtN(*������ii_������������rt ir-t-txitAJmraa  .Good Healthy'Action '  is easy to have by taking,this'" ���������  famous old 'remedy���������To look ,.'  well and'keep well, use'.  past, night had,wrung from her. She j it, then, so dreadful���������what she had  would beg her brother-in-law to let i done? She had tried to make rcpar-  her  stay  -with   him   to   take   care     of i ation.     She'had  been  ready  to   give  and   exhimrp.  the.  children.  'She  had   become quieter.  quieter,   and came  \  to   the breakfast-table   where  he  sat  w'jfh  the  caluu'esr;  which   came from  an  honest determination  to do right,  however   difficult.  The house door was wide open;  the summer wind played among the  high trees, and the rays of sunlight  danced on thc heads of the children,  who were sitting on a bench under  the lindens.  .Lucie gave her ham! to hor brother-in-law, tlufi point ed to the children,  and  asked: *  "i"'e, rge, can I be of use to you  ay so, and J will, do all  to carry out your wish-  ! all   her  powers, all her young life,  j for Mathilda's children, and ��������� she  ! had been repulsed.  c!,��������� ,.-ii-,,->  ,~-o.- .n.-     1   xi ���������    I tried   to   compose  myself,   and ' then  fclic walked again through the mam 1 1 ,   .,    .   ,      ,        . -  ���������,���������,������������������������������������   _.-   ..If ���������.      ,,      ������    .    . Ll^lu-, he announced  that he loved mc,  and  'mtr-iuce   01   the   church  yard;   m  her ;  hand        she        held  withered      Lwigs     of  she        had taken  we sat some time opposite 'each ' dl,il is sweeping the air with a compll-  other, as if-we were both dumb. ��������� I cated motion, in the course of which it  had very decidedly asked him to go is almost sure to strike -against some  away, but he did not go; he could stem or twig of the surrounding vego-  not possibly- leave me alone. So not , tation.-  to make myself     too     ridiculous,     I i ���������    of  the  wreaths.  some        half-  cypress     that  from one  When she was  in   Ill  -cs."  :-"hv  C Ui.lj  POV. '.-   :������������������!    1  J'iOK     O  Voice  :;���������;!''���������>! <  ds-O!  'orten.-:..'.  these   1  .-''. nd   ! h. re  ia  Lo.v was a be.-.m.iful wreath of white  '��������� ro-'.e.-*, and on it a dainty visiting-  card .with, a sevm-pointeel coronet  over the name of Hortense von l.ow-  en, nee  Von  J..owen.  'J'he ta 1 man. with a troubled look  .sh'-ok his he::d. aud poured himself  out a. glass  o'* wine.  "JUathikla. a. few days before her  death, engaged a teacher. She is to  come at Johannh"  i-ucie turned_ paler than before; she  sealed herself on, a chair opposite  him. and looked ' at the little girl;  she had turned a footstool upside  down, and "was taking her dolls out  for a drive in it.  "My cousin "will attend to the  housekeeping," he continued. "But  do not trouble yourself about it. In  the hardest time in her illbcss we  got on without you, and we will  now ��������� we must." he added, trying  to look indifferent.  once outside the grave-yard she begin to walk faster. In the street  o' the vi'lairu sho met the old postman: sin- knew him well; he had once  '���������-n.r'-MV'l.v 1 rmuri-.t her the first letter from  her lover.  ������������������ "T h;->vu soir-ethimr for vou here."  hs said; "and this for the '.Herr  Oborfurster. Will you take it with  you? Thank  you  very much."  I.ucie   took   the  letters;     that     for  her was from Hortense.'  "Thank   Cod.   it  is  from  her!"  luv.'.-Iy,     for  a   picture  i.e.-  eyes   that   had   been  ns   all   through    the night  >:..*.      with   (he   despairing  -.ust   di'.*..s   in.   Dresden. < s"5(1-  ^  seemed   as  if  a warm,     true  the'  cortie."   in   its large  she  hand clasped hers���������rshe felt suddenly  so comforted. Would she be vexed  with her?  As she turned into the wood path  she thought she would open the letter; but she changed her mind, -and  hurried on toward' the house.  The cousin, who was taking Mathilda's place, was seated at the upper end of thc table, helping to the  soup'. The master of the house had  not yet arrived, but the young forester apprentices were already standing behind their chairs, as were also  the  children.  Hucie laid the letter at George's  place,  and   flew  upstairs. Once  in  her room, she took off her hat, washed her heated face and hands, and  then drew out the letter. Just one  look before she went down-stairs.  She hastily -tore, the envelope, and unfolded the thick-little slieet.  Then she dropped as if stunned on  the chair at the    window.     Was     it  asked   for   my   hand.        I   believe      I  laughed  aloud:   '.Do  you know     anything  of  me  and     my  family?'      He  looked very    much in    earnest,     and  said-   T love you,  Hortense,' and  nothing in the world could dissuade mc  from  my  purpose.'   As  he  stood     so 1  quietly before me,  and looked at me'" j  so earnestly with   his  blue  eyes.     it  seemed as  if. - some    one   whispered:  'You     will'-be-'hidden    and  shcltel-ed  with   him,   Hortense.'        I      did   not  know anything of him or his. family,  and still it seemed to  me as if some  j  irresistible force drew- mG to him. He  repeated  his   question   again.      From  below    sounded     loud  cheers;     upon  that,  suddenly my  hand  lay  in     his.  Then I wanted, to  withdraw it.  T do  not love you; I acted  on the impulse  of the moment.' He only held''me the  firmer.   *13ut I love you,  Hortense;  I  can   wait.'"    I  wanted   to   speak     to  him about papa;  but it seemed  as  if  my tongue was  paralyzed.     I felt     I  was  a  coward,  but I  let  the; opportunity go.  ''He sat by me for hours, and talked of his brothers, of his mother���������I  do not remember 'what. He opened  the door into the little anteroom  where my maid a.s usual sat and  knitted; he said it was warm. As the  last sounds of the banquet died  away, he took his leave and sent the  maid into me. ,  .coifTrrrrjED.]  <"*finesis ������>f m <.'u������js Wind.  "What the dickens!" has nothing  to do witli 'the novelist.. "It is as  old as Shakespeare, who in the  Merry" Wives of Windsor makes Mrs.-  Page say to Ford, 'I cannot tell  what tho dickens his name is.' And  so the word���������a palpable diminutive  of Dick���������like Wilkins and Hodgkinx  j and Watkins���������came into use as a  j substitute for another and more important .D; As to "play the dickens'  one thinks of Smollct and .'.Humphrey Clinker/ and the immortal scene  in which the lion 'would roar nnd  tear, and play the dickens,' and in  comparatively late times Thomas  P.looro  could   write:���������  T.'Icp thc Goths who played the dick en's  With llwrae and all lier sacred chickens.  _lelft*-n.tioii.  "I feel happy today," said the club  woman. "I haven't a thing in the  world to do, not a club to attend. I'm  going to clean house and have a good  time."- ..       ��������� Iie������ovsi.tii������*r i':i!icy "Denims.  To clean fancy denim or cretonne  ���������soft pillow covers, where soap and  .water cannot be used, 'make a thick  paste of starch and water and cover the soiled and stained surfaces;  l������t it remain till perfectly dry, when  it can be brushed off. Repeat the  operation if the stains have not eh-  ���������"���������ircly- disappeared.  Kissed  Her  TIi-amTb.  Because she kissed her thumb instead of the Testament when being  sworn at a Sunderland- (England) police court a prosecutrix was imprisoned. ________  Sure "rating:.  Miles���������Last night I dreamed that I  Was wealthy.   What's that a sign of ?  Giles���������It's a sign that you awoke  and found vour pipe had gone out  iJThe old. Invariable vlrtp_ "of  _*.akes*U the kin-? cure'jfott  S*ri'ce, 2s5c. and ������Oc,  '?���������'>  'Vl  <1  ,VM  ''.���������  '< >4  t,  ���������IIP  ���������������������������������  ������S*5^^*M<^<^<2><^.:- C ���������:>1'i������&������&&&$������&!  4!i  S'if  m  *%i  m  m  m > '  ���������V  l-v  h   .  i>  V', "���������  ���������i.  ii. - ���������*'.  ���������. -1  Fun   of  the '  ���������. _____ /"  College, Boys  <     Old  Fashioned Onen.  Farmer Jones (in 'Morningslde park)  ���������Say, young feller, .will those there  .steps take you to C'lumbia university?  Student (in.a hurry.)���������Nope, you'lh  have"to walk up.���������Columbia Jester-  Out   of  the  Motzths of 'Bales  this  Wlir Did, He As- Her?  Everett   Fussing���������'Slay  I   have  next dance?  ' ( "   \        "  Alice Gadding���������Yes. You inay.have  it all to yourself .���������Pennsylvania' Punch  Bowl. '  ' A. Mistake In Vaiucs.  ���������   Mr. ,Roy (giving directions)���������Are you  sure you'have it all ,down pat? <  New Grooni���������Me name's Barry, sor.  ���������Princeton Tiger., ���������  "Grandpa." asked small Edna as she  watched the old gentleman feeding the  chickens, "do all hens eat with their  noses?"  "What's patrimony, papa?" asked  little Dot. ' '  "Patrimony, my" dear," replied papa,  "is something inherited from the' fa-  .ther."       ' _     .  "Oh," exclaimed Dot, "then matrimony, must be - something inherited  from,the mother!" ~~  The *SmaU "Boy  .   ^/ind His JVose  [Ho'cv, the   JFojc  S'cttled A  INSTINCT  IS THE TEACHER.'  Dispute :      . r    How   tlie   Voune   of   the   Feathered  j Tribe Arc  I-duc-ited.  One day after thePeacock had been j   "rhere is _ sc..JOol of tue woodSi just  walking about and uttering its shrill    as mucll as there is .��������� churCh of the  cries  to  attract  attention- Oto  its  tail , woods or a pariin___nt of  the woods  take a fling at knowh-dge in her nidi-    feathers ihc Goose waddled  up from ;"  Clarence's entrance to the kindergarten was delayed by a severe cold in the  head. ������ "When  he was   finally able to  ''. '* Home Without n, Mother.  , "What is homo without a mother?" ,  ���������   "An incubator,  I guess."���������Columbia  Jester. "    ���������?  He Can, But���������  ,  clothes,    are     like  postage  "Yes,  stamps."  "Because?"      ' <,;  \  <   "Thp male can't go without them."���������  Cornell Widow. ' ,  -*   , , #    l   Rehearslnsr.  ���������   "He combs hisvhair differently')every  time."  '"Yes, he hasn't learned his part."���������  Yale Record/ . , .  "Mamma." queried the little Kentucky boy, "what was Adam's first  name?"      -''   '  ,'*I-Ie, had only the one, 'dear," she, replied. ���������.   i '  "And did Eve call him Adam?" was  asked. r[  -  - "I suppose so," answered the mother.  "What else could she have called him?"  "Well," replied the little observer,  "she might have'called him 'Colonel.'"  His ���������.imitations.  A,pupil in a village school who had!  been requested to write an essay ,oa  the human body handed in the .following:     ,  ' "The human body consists of the  head, thorax, abdomen and legs. The  head contains the brains in case there  are any. The thorax contains the  heart and lungs, also the liver and  lights.*" The abdomen' contains, the  bowels, of which- there are five���������a, e, i,  oVu and sometimes w and y.. ' The'Iegs  extend from, the abdomen to the floor  and have hinges at the top and middle  to enable a fellow to sit when standing  or to 'stand when sitting."���������Chicago  News.   ���������'. ���������  mentary forms, his mind was still im-  bittcred with 'memories of past sufferings. When the teacher showed him  the/picture-of a man and put a few  simple questions to him concerning the  --five senses, he could not put the painful! thoughts entirely aside. Still- his  answers did credit to' his native intelligence. Ho -said that the mouth  was to eat with, the eyes /to see with  and' the ears to hear with, but when  he came to the nose he fell down.  "And what is that for?" asked ,the  teacher. ,  "To blow.", replied Clarence, and he  couldn't for .the life of him see'why  everybody laughed.���������New York Times.  An Obstinate Cnise.  Easy.  Signor Quellino���������You see, ladies and  - gents, zelion no able to stand ze power of ze eye.   He look seek, eh?  "Can't you make him stop crying?"  ''Nope.   I've kicked him and punched  him till I'm tired, but it don't seem to  dd^no good'."���������San. Francisco ^Examiner.  ,c  Another  Bunko' Game.  "Did you hear,about Deacon Haw  buck falling from  last, week?"  Mr. Johnsing���������My wife says she can  git "two shirts out of a'yard., Do yo'  think dat's posserbul?        , '  Mr. Jackson���������'Deed I do! nI,got fo'  shirts out of a yahd mahseff jes las!  night���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  askedthe neighborhood gossip.,  "No. ,What\was tho cause of it?"  asked the willing listener.     '   ' '  "A "banana skin, "so I have been informed," answered the neighborhood  gossip.   r -   *  '    "Oh, he slipped on'the sidewalk and"  fractured one of .the" commandments,  eh?" queried the party of the second  .part. <��������� 'c'"'  ' "No," replied the information peddler;, "he purchased three green bananas of a train boy for a quarter."���������Chicago News.  ,'  -      r     - .' '  ,     A  Iteclvless  Culprit.  Bertte (banished   for  misbehavior)���������  Don't you .-think  they'll  give  us anything to ea't, Arthur?        r ,  . Arthur���������I   don't  know,   and  I   don't  ���������care.      *'''",  Bertie���������Oh, Arthur! How can you  "talk like that about fruit and cake and  ice cream?���������Puck.  the pond 'nnd said  "I'll  admit' that  more highly colored than mine, but if  I had such a voice on me I should ex-'  pect a violent death at any moment."  "What! You, with your hiss and your  squawk,  dare to criticise my voice?",  replied the Peacock:*  "I'm no nightingale, but my* voice  doesn't set everybody's teeth on edge."  "Nor mine. If it isn't as soft as the  bluebird's, it's at least, as musical as  the robin's. You are simply jealous  of mc.'? '  "I say -your voice is like broken  glass.'? ,  "And^yours is like files."        ,   -*   '  "Ladies," observed the Fox from his  lurking place in a bush, "there seems  to be a dilferenee of-opinion here, and  ��������� it will please me much to act as referee., Please step this way behind the'  hedge and let me hear yotir respective  voices."  Both Goose and Peacock knew that  the Fox was their common enemy and  that-they ran a great risk in approaching him, but such was their '*������������������>.yy ot  eaclrother and each so ardentl> 'aoped  for his favorable opinion that prudence  was cast aside. -   , <(  ' "That is beautiful���������very  beautiful,'' ���������  replied the' Fox after the Peacock ha'd  uttered a few shrieks.   , ,    '\ ���������  "And I can't see/how that could be-  bettered," , he   added 'as   the 'Goose  flapped her wings and cried out. '       *- .  "Didn't I say so?" .exclaimed, the  Peacock:���������  '      - '  "And ,hasn't ho decided in vmy favor?" replied the Goose.,  ��������� "I'm "saying that as far as voices go,"  remarked the Fox as he made ready,  "one of you reminds "me of the bobolink and the other of the nightingale,  but"���������       '* ���������        ''= \,      ,   \  "But what?" they cried in'chorus.  /'But the real question is as to plump:  ness and ^flavor. "Excuse me, will you,  while I break your necks and indulge  in a little dinner!" .   ���������   '  Moral.���������Envy   and, vanity   are' .but  weapons in the hands of an enemy. .  or a Society of United Charities of the ���������  '   ,  - i woods, and no more.   There is nothing  your  feathers  are i in  ^ uealing of animals with  their -  young'that in_the remotest ,way sug-  ,  gests human instruction and discipline.'_  The young of all the wild creatures do  instinclivelyj'What their parents do and"  did. ' They do not have to be otaught;-  they are taught from the -jump, says a  writer in the,Atlantic Monthly.'   The  bird sings at the proper age and builds'  its nest and talces its appropriate food  without any hint at all trpm its-parents.    The  young ducks  take  to  tho  water when hatched' by  a  duck������������������ and,  dive arid stalk insects and, wash'"themselves just as their mothers did. Young  chickens ' and   young   turkeys ��������� understand the various calls and signals of ,  their mother the first time they hear or,.  see them.   At-the first alarm note they  squat; at a call to food they come on <  the first day as on the tenth.   The habits of cleanliness of the nestlings are"  established from the first hour of their  lives.   When a bird comes,to build its  first nest and to rear^its first brood, it  knows how to, proceed as well as it  does years later or as rits' parents 'did  ; before it.    Thc fox is afraid of a trap-  before he has had any experience with  rtv and   the   hare   thumps   upon   the-'  ground  at sight  of an3"thing 'strange������.  and   unusual,   whether*  its   mates   hel  within hearing or not.   No bird teaches  ���������  ���������its,young to fly. , They-,fly instinctively,  when.their wings, afe strong enough.,   ,-,  <_-  . f  But the signor"s eye didn't quell the  baby.���������Chicago News.  Why.   the  Idea!  Mrs. Gossip���������It's shameful the way  papers are filled with details about other people's affairs.  Mrs.   Gusher���������I've often thought so j  too.  vMrs. "Gossip (ten minutes later) ���������  Why, this paper hasn't one word about  the De Smartes' divorce case.  Mrs. Gusher ��������� Why, how absurd!���������  Chelsea (Mass.) Gazette.  Why She Stood.  "Madam," said the conductor to the  plain and somewhat elderly woman  standing up in the street car, "why  don't you ask ono of these men to give  3*ou his seat?"  "Because," she answered, grimly  sarcastic, "I haven't the face to do it."  ���������Chicago Tribune.   ���������  His Inside Information.  A Christian Scientist while walking  in the country came across a small boy  sitting under an apple tree, doubled up  with pain.  "My little man," he said, t'what is the  matter?"  "I ate some green apples." moaned  the boy, "and, oh, how I ache!"  "You don't ache,",answered the follower of Mrs. Eddy. "You' only think  so."  The boy looked iip in astonishment  at such a statement, and then replied,  in a most positive manner:  "That's all right.' You may think so,  but I've got inside information."���������Philadelphia Ledger.  Close Beliinu.  "The best people of this city are behind me!" howled the/candidate for  municipal preferment.' c  "You bet they are!" called out a quiet  man in the audience. "And you'd better" not stop in one place too long or  they'll catch up." ��������� Baltimore American. <���������  ' Gratitude.  . Nip���������Why- are 'you always so nice to  that cross Mrs. Crabbitt? " They' say  she leads her husband a dog's life," and  you act as ,if you admired her. / .- .  1 Tuck���������1" do. Youtsco.she was so.kind  <to me once. , ," ���������  Nip���������Indeed? , ,   ���������  Tuck^Yes. Before, she married Crabbitt she refused me.���������Philadelphia "Bul-  letin.  A Cynic Statesman.  "What did you think of my speech?"  said the aspiring young orator..  ''Not bad," said the cold man of experience.  "I devoted a great deal of thought to  it."  "Yes, that's a mistake young men  are apt to make. You put thoughts  into your speeches instead of telling  the audience stories." ��������� Washington  Star.  Couldn't Pool Him on That.  " Teacher   of   Night  School���������Thomas,*  can youjtell me what a storage battery  is?  . Tommy de Kid������������������Yes'm. It's de pitcher an' ketcher what de cap'n bt-lngs  out when de udder fellers begins to  pile up runs on him.���������Chicago Tribune.  An Unjust Aspersion.  '  "Yes, our society's new president certainly is a busy woman, but they say  she is neglecting her duties as a wife  and mother.".      t  "That is not true. I know for a fact  that she manages to see her family almost every day."���������Brooklyn Life.  Home Testimony.'  "What is it, Bobbie?" asked the Sunday school teacher. -  "That's wrong about man bein' the  noblest work of God."  ,   "Oh,  no,   it isn't.    What  made you  think it was?"  "Well, my ma says she made pa what  he is."���������Chicago Record-Herald.  -Difference  In   Prayers.- ���������������������������"  ��������� Little Alice-always said, heiv prayers,  regularly   before  going' to   bed. r *" One-  night, however, as she .rested her head  on the pillow she remarked, m a{ qv������_-~_  tioning/wsry: /    '      ,  ,' t    ' -,,  ' "Mamma, my prayers  are "so much  longer than the one nurse says in the  morning. <l Can't' I say' hers 'when I'm  "tired?"    * ��������� ���������    (      r       '      '  -.     -"    .-'*.*"  "Does the nurse pray in the morn-,,  jng?" asked the mother witli a puzzled  "look.    .      :������ ���������     ' '     '    ; ' .  "Yes," said Alice sweetly.   "Shessays,  'Lord, have I  got to get up?'"    ,','*' r  '>,"������l  Liszt at Seventy-fire. ' -  Even at seventy-five- Liszt was-a1*pi- y,  anist whose/1 powers '-lay beyond* the '���������-,  pale to which_sober,language or calm'l'V  criticism'Dcould reach or be applied:'1 'r ���������**"'-";  Enough that its greatest charm seemed./^ ������������������" -  to me to lie'in a perfectly divine touch-',' - ;>,.  and.in a tone more remarkable'for ex-^'- S'f-S,  quisitely'musical quality than -volume -������.^.'-..  or dynamic force aided by, a technique" "'" Yf  still incomparably brilliant and superb, , <\t  ���������Hermann Klein in Century.      , ,,  a V ** *V I  Will Find, Out Later.  "Pardon me, madam," said the uni-,  formed man at the door. "I have to  look at the gas meter."  "I am not aware,' sir," frostily answered the young wife, "that there is  anything wrong with our gas.meter."���������  Rochester Union.  Force of Ilstbit.  "Are .vou the man." she sadly asked,  "who sells the mouument'S?"  "I am." ho replied.  "Well. I want to see about getting  one for my husband. Could I have it  sent out. and if it.doesn't ..fit would you  take it hack?"���������Chicago Record-Herald.  IUs Xew Horse.  "Seen Ezry's now horse?" asked ono  citizen of another.  "I have," was tho reply.  "Well, what does he look like?" asked  the questioner impatiently.  "Well, he looks." said the other man  slowly, "as if Ezry had taken him for  an old debt."���������Boston Christian Register.  Hard to  Decide.  Freddie ��������� What's this box of stuff  mamma sent home?     *���������-..  Cpbwigger���������I don't know; my boy,  whether it's a,'new kind of breakfast  food or stuffing for her sofa cushions.���������  Philadelphia Ledger. ���������.-    .   '  A  Fastidious  Eater.  Chimmie ��������� What kinder pie do you  like best?  Mag���������Oh, I dunno: pumpkin, I guess.  Chimmie���������Aw, I don't like pumpkin;  it musses up yer ears so!���������Smart Set.  Tlie Wisdom  of It.  , "Silence in a man always gives him  a reputation for wisdom."  "Very properly. It. indicates that the  man has wisdom enough to know when  to keep his mouth. shut.".���������Baltimore  Herald.  One Exception.  "Seeing is believing, you know,'' remarked the man with -the ingrown  quotation habit.  "Not always." replied the fussy person. "I see you frequently, but f seldom believe j'ou." ��������� Cleveland Plain  Dealer.  His Good Xatnrcd Way.  De Broune���������Is Fitz-Greane good na������  lured? '.'���������'���������'���������  Van' Schmidt���������Good natured? Good  natured? Well. I should say so! Why.  he laughs at his own jokes.���������Nov/ Orleans Times-Deinofrat.  ' Wot'In   Evidence.  . May���������Miss Passay has been quite.111.  Is she likely to recover?  Fay���������She thinks so. She says she  has 'youth on her side.  May ���������Vvell. if she has it must be on  the     inside.  Tlie  Difference.  "I don't intend to be married until I  am over thirty."  "And I don't intend to be over thirty  until I am married."���������Town Topics.  :��������� ���������"-���������'���������'���������''p:' every night of the  .vjto C'l-iicerp. in Bolivia, while  '������������������y'ihe sun is hot enough to  ...... lI'lSll.  Wretch.  Jim ��������� That   man   destroyed   al-    my  married happiness.  Jam ���������What!     You   don't   mean  say���������  "  "I do.    He married the cook."���������Baltimore,, Herald.  to  He   Threw   Himself  Down.  "Do you think I covered the ground?"  asked the lawyer when he had concluded,his presentation of the case.  "Well," said his client, "I think you  covered as much of it as your size  would permit."���������Brooklyn Eagle.  ^An Irish Duel.  The" annals of the Emerald Isle bristle with incidents of dueling in which  Irish humor, if not at all times Irish  bravery, is conspicuous. On one occasion Sir'Jonah Barrington fought a  duel with a barrister named MeNally.  The latter had one leg shorter than the  other and because it was his habit  when in a hurry to take two thumping  stops with the short leg to bring up tho  space made by the long one ho was  nicknamed "One Pound Two." McNal-  Iy could get no one of his bar to fight  him, and so he challenged Barrington.  who good naturedly exchanged shots  I in the Phoenix park.  The baronet hit his opponent in the  I braces, then called the "gallows," and  j feared  he had killed him.    When the  1 result  was   made   known,  one  of  the  seconds   shouted.   "Mac,   you   are   the  only rogue I ever knew who was saved  by the gallows." ���������������������������..'.  Too  lUueli  For  Time.  Mrs. Newriche "(who would like the  count for a son-in-law)���������It's true that  Count d'Ed Brouck is inclined to be a  little���������er���������wild, but he'll settle down,  youknow." Time works wonders.  Gotrox���������So it does, but I never yet-  heard of it being In the miracle business.���������Brooklyn Life. o  Greed's   Reward.  Blacky���������I want���������  lioolced 'Ahead.  interesting     sermons  ��������� some���������  you  "What  preach!" , .    ���������   .-.  "Yes. The time I should have been  in a theological seminary I spent sowing my wild oats."���������Life.  An Amusing-; Compliment.  Adelaide sat gazing very intently at  the gold filling in her aunt's front teeth  and suddenly exclaimed:  "Oh. auntie! I wish 1 had copper  toed teeth like yours.'"-  An.   Ancient   Penny.  Dated 1707 and weighing an ounce  a copper penny has been turned up  by the plow at Breckles, Norfolk,  England. _���������  .    Wntux*nl  Gsls.  The origin of natural gas is the action of water upon aluminium carbide  by which methane is evolved.  Couldn't Help Saying- It.  "Dearest," asked the confiding girl,  after her usual manner, "am I really  your first and only love?"  "No, darling," said the yonng druggist, "but you are something just as  good. "������������������Indianapolis Journal.  .���������*-  ���������"too!"     /  ���������Chicago News.  Our  Domestics.  "Pa." said little Willie, who had been  reading a cigar store advertisement,  "what's imported and domestic?"  "A servant girl," replied pa promptly.���������Philadelphia Press.  Her Frlen'lH.  Maud���������I saw Bertie Wei Ion at a  drugstore the other day inquiring for  skin food.  Mabel���������Poor girl! What she need3 is  DUtcy.���������Chicago Tribune.  nttm ������������*s������f (���������������������������(*.*j,,*"**'-���������**-*- ( u,<r,^H<^^^^ntU^-fc*i*fc.ii--r--iK~M������rt#������.-*ai  ,_-w__*w������������i������M������w^s������^-^*'a^^  1  sf&rtr*tr*zz  *L i- n ���������^i-^^_������:iiit_M*._a'*na:!gvg������*������_^eq-_ja  ���������j---��������� ���������-W-������f^-l_*ft--F  asaazssaseseo^ta  C/ H. 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Leaves   Nanaimo   Fridav,   2 p.m.,   one  week   for   Ganges,    next   week   for  Ladysmith.  Leaves Ganges or Ladysmith Saturday, 7  a.m., for Victoria and wav ports.  VA_-?COUVSH-_J"AT\!AI1VIO "KOT7TE  S. ������       '-JOAN."  Sails from Nanaimo 7 a.m. daily excepi  Sundays.  Sails from Vancouver after arrival of C.  P.R.' Train No. 1. daily except Sundays, at 1 p.m.  TIME TABLE   EFFECTIVE  JUNE 1st,  1903    ���������  VICTORIA TO WELLINGTON.  No. _���������Daily. No. 4- Suui'ay  A.M V M.  De   9 00    Victoria 1) ���������  4.00.  '-    02S    '..;Coldstream    "    4 28  .'��������������� 10.24..  .Koonig'a.,..   ...   "5 21  " 1100 Duhcau'-il     "    5.55  i'-sr' i' si.'  " 12 40  . .Nanaimo.......   "    0 41  Ar 12 So...     Weilingten . Ar.  l-.'Sl  WELLI WJ    _*   TO   yiCTOKIA.  No. 1���������Dail No. 3^$unday  A. at. A.M.     .  De.    8 00 .Wellington    De. 4 00  "    S20.. Nanaimo ..'.   "    4 15  " 10 02....... .Duncan's    ���������'    5.55  "   10.42  '".ICoenig's    "    (5 SO  " 1! 38    Coldstream    "    7 27  Ar 12 00    ... Victoria. . . . Ar 7 55  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tickets en sale, good over rail and sle.imer  lines, at two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains ar.d steamers for Excursions, and reduced rites for parties may  he arranged for on application to the  Traffic Manager.  The Company reserves the right to  change without previous notice..si earn ers  sailing dates and hours of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  all Stations, good forgoing Journey Saturday and Sunday, returning nut later  than Monday.  Geo. L. Courtney,  Traffic Manager.  MUNICIPALITY OF     :*  THE CIT_! OF  CUMBERLAND.  THE POUND  BY-LAW.C  Tho Municipal Council of the Corpor-  ���������   ation of the  City of Juruberland,  enacts as follows :���������  1. At such place oi piaeeaas shall be designated oy 'he'Council tiom time to.time a  Cu.y Pound uiay he ehtahlislied aud shaii be  maintained as bucb by the Coryoration of  the City of Cumberland.  2, The Council may rrom time to time  appoint a Pound-keeper at auch Salary or  remuneration as it may decide aud appropriate out oi the annual revenue.  3.'The City Treasurer shall furnish the  Pouud-keeper with a book iu which the  Pound-keeper shall enter a desciiption of  every auinial impounded by him, with the  name of tlie peroou who took or sent the  same to be impounded, the day and hour ou  which the auimal came into his chaige as  Pound-keeper, the day and hour on which  the same was redeemed, discharged, or  otherwise dealt with or disposed ot, tbe  name of the person and the amount  paid by the ��������� person redeeming the animal,  or, if sold, the name of the purchaser, the  amount that w as paid for the animal, and  the amount, of the expense thereon, and the  balance, if arsy, rs-maiuiug over the above,  the pen.dcy aliov/auce and expense;:, aud to  whom the same has been paid, which balance, if any, shall, prior to making the return to the auditor, be paid over to the City  Treasuier.  4. The Pound-keeper shall at the end of  the month make a return to the City Clerk,  in writing, oompiisany the above information aud any other information he or thi-  cloik may deem necessary, which return  ahu.l, if requited, be verilied by statutory  declaration of  the Pound-keeper.  -,'��������� 5. The Pound-keeper thallpay over to the  City Tre.tsurtr all inouey received by him  onue in every moui.h, or oftener, if instruct:  ed so to do, and shall at fill times produce  hia hooka for the inspection of any member  of the Council, or the Auditor or the Treas-'  nrer, when requested to do ao,  ' G. No horse, asa, mule, ox, bull, cow,'  cattle, swine, hog, sheep, goat er dog (except doge, registered as hereinafter mentioned) shall be permitted 10 run at large or  trespass iu the city at any tiin-., or to graze,  brou'se, or feed upon any of tin-- streets,  squares, lanes, parks, alleys, or public  place* of the City, or upon a<iy unfenced  lots or unfenced land vviihui the city limits,  under the following penalties^against the  owners, or ki.eyer , or persons having charge  of the same, viy,:���������  For each ox, horse, mule, ass, bull,  cow, or other cattle.      S3 00  For e;.-oh swine, hog, sheep,  or goat  or other animal        1  00  For each dog           0 50  7. If auy of the animals mentioned in  section G of this By-law {except .logs registered as hereinafter mentioned) are found at  large or trespassing within the limits of the  City of Cumberland, or grazing, brousing,  or ieeding upon any of  the streeta, squares.  lanes, parks, alleys, t  : public places of the  ^,-'~  - said Citj, or upon any ui-ft-need lots or laud - Jfc"-  with'.n the City limits, n shailbc/taken by   ,  the Pound-keeper or his as-iistant aud driv-    .  en, ltd,  or carried to'   the City Pound   and  be chtre impounded, and it shail be the duty  ��������� of  the  Pound-keeper  so to  impound such  animals.  S. Any person or pei sons who find any of  the animals mentioned iu section G- of this  By law, running, at large or trespassing  withm the City liruirs in contravention of  this By -Law may drive, lead, or carry the  aiiii/'.al to t ie said Pound, ..nd it shall be the  duiy of the Pound kc-t-per to receive and  impound the same, and piy for���������-  Horse, mule, bull,  cow, or        *"     '  -     other cattle     $2 50  Each   swine,    hog.    sheep, '  goat, or other animal. ...       50  Each dog       -   50  9. It shall be the duty of all officers and  constables of the police force of the said  city, whenever they see or meet any of the  animals mentioned within section, 6 of this  By-Law tunning at large or trespassing  within the city limits in contravention' of  this By-Law or whenever their attention is  directed by any person to any such animal  running at large or trespassing as aforesaid,  t > immediately take charge of such animal,  and drive, lead, or carry, or cau-e the same  to be driven, led, or carried to the Pound.  10. The Pound-keeper shall daily furnish  all animals impounded in the City Pouad  with good and sufficient food, water, shelter, and attenchxuee and for so domg shall  demand and receive from th-* respective  owners of such animals or from the keepers  or persons iu whose charge the animals  ought to he, for she uce of the Corporation,  the following allowance over and above the  fees for impounding,  namely:���������  For each horse, ass, mule, hull,  cow or  other cattle, $'l.oo per day.  For each swine, hog, sheep, or goat, or  ether animal, 50cts. per day.  For eachdog _5ots. per day.  11. If the owner of any animal impounded, or any other person entitled to redeem  the same, shall appear and claim siich animal at any time before the sale thereof, it  shall be the duty of the Pound-keeper or his ,  assistant, to deliver up the same on receiving the amount in full of the penalty, and  the allowauce and the expenses chargeable \  for each and every animal, and in addition  thereto if the animal redeemed is a dog. the  annual tax therefor.  12. When the Pouud-keeper is aware of  the name and address of the owner of any  animal,lmj'ounried ho shall, wiihiu 24 hours;  of the impcuui-ing, cause a letter or pose  card to be sent, to such owner with a notification of 3iich impounding.  13 It shall be the duty of the Pound-  keepcr, or his Assistant, before making delivery ot any animal so inq o nded, before  salt', or on payment; of, surplus money after  sale, to obtain from the person or pi-rsous  claiii.irig he same, his, her or tht-ir'name or  nan*!;:- and residence, and to enter the same  iu a book, together w th thc date whtu ������,ueh  animal was ia,pounded, a.-ri the d-ve when  t.i o same was sold or redeemed as tho c.-sfs t  may be,  **.���������'-���������]  ��������� tHi  I  ���������-J:]  V'TiV  m  V8I  >i  ���������an -,'
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'    THE -CUMBERLAND   NEWS
Issued Svery Tuesday.
W.' B. ANDERSON,       -' -     <-    ' I0DTTOK
The columns of The News are op��--> to.all
who wish* to" express therein views o matter,     '��� otiblie interest.     ,
While/we do not hold ourselves re in si-
ble for the utterances of correspondent, we
reserve tho r gnt of declining to inser*'
ommanica ion-; -vnecessarily w-rsonal.
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TUESDAY', 'AUG: 18.
1908
���>_._no*�� _,..��_������.
14. Ir mo  person   shall  appear   to   claim
such animalb or animal so impounded, with-
��� , ' in three days after the same may have be._n
impound?.*}, or if the persou/claimiug. such
animal thai I refuse or neglect to pay the
penalty   and  the   allowance   and   f;xpeiifc."s
' chareeable"thereon, it shall be the duty of
the'Pound-keeper to give,at'least live duys
notice of the sale thereof.
15. Such  notice shall "contain a  general
'���        description of  the   animal  or .animals  impounded, '-and shall  be posted ,'up 'u: some
' conspicuous place at the Pound, where the
same 8hail have been impounded, aud also
at the City Hall.        P
1G ' If at the expiration of the twne'speci-
"    fiecl in the said notice, no per-on  shall - appear to claim the animal 'or animals therein
soecified  and i of erred' to,   or if  any person
'    -shall appi-ar to claim the sainiy hut shall ref
��� , fuse or neglect to p<iy 'the , penalty and   the ���
'allowance,   and the  expenses   accrued' and
charged on such animal or ann'i.als;, it shall
''���    ,,be lawful to sell the1 same, and   the  animal
or aninials^shall be offered to public compe-
��� ' '  tition aud sold'to the hignea'c bicUiur by the
Pouacl-keeper at the City Pound.  ,
- ]     17. If'the animal be1 a' horse,   ass, "mulf.
: * ,   ox, bull, cow/or other cattle, it shall be a.;��
��� .   vertised ina newspaper al least three  da ��� s
' .before such sale/ ,,_ '    .    ">   ���    7 r
''"       ; 18. If,-after   the-sale of  any auimal as
" < .aforesaid, "\the purchaser does not immedi- ���
���t 'ately pay-the price-'thereof,   the   Pountl-
'.""'" keeper  mav forthwith   cause the'animal to_
"    J5_** resolil,   aud 7�� continue to do until the"
.   ; price is paid.,   e '
.��� *-(, - ^ ���    (  ,-
���"'..   ",.19.', In'case of. the sale of any impounded
* an'i'nal, or auiinals,   the 'said   Pound- keeper
'    ,,shdl'retain out'ot the proceeds of, the   hale
'     'sufricient to pay the amount; of the  penally
' ���   andithe allowance and 'all-expenses cbarge-
- able'by him on-account of  thc  said animal
of am ma's.' �� ���   ,
.    .,    " i   ~     "* .   . ' ,
- *'20. _To . pers m <��� or   pei sons  shall   br-aK
/ i t eii,, or,'*'in   any'manner'directly  or   m."
. ���   ���dir- Vly' aid  <!r  a-M_c    iu   t��r��.ai.u��g   op-.-n
-   .the   Pound," < or   shall * ��� tak.i*>   or   Irw,  any
*,;    *aui;n_l   or" aunu Is  therfont,'   without   n-.c
consent', of"   tho    Pound.-kcepor. Each
and every person who shall Vim.'<-*-, d^'ay o>
'    .obstruct   auy person   or persona erjg-��gf-d v
Vlr'ving, leading, Qr carrym_ to   the   Pomul
' -.. auy.animal or apimaU-UixhW-to he impound
- '    edundfir^tbe *ii-ovi*ions of this By "law.shal", '
-���;   - f"i* e*ich an'd evcy offence, bo liable vto the
penalty hereinat'eer meubioned.
���',.-. 21'. If any dog-iuipounded.as��afoVetaid if-0
not redeemed within.sev^en day-   after, biicl'
" c   im;j6ui ding it'.--hall'be lawlul foi t -e Pound ..
keeper to kill it in'some-merciful manner.
22. Eveiy person  who  pays-the annu.il
tax for a dog as mentioned *-n   iL.ht* R- v.euue
By-law] sh-iU't'ifroupon be entitled to have
such dog registered, numben d, .and di'scrilied in a book co be kept for  this purpose at
the office of the City Tieasurer, .and to ���������.-
ceive a metal badge or tag stamped with the
,       year for which Use t.ix isp.dd, an-i tbe number oi tin1 registration, aud in case any'dog
shall be found at 'large within the Mumci-   I
paihy .it any tune withont'suoh a badgo  or   '
ta . as afore-*aid stiuh dog shall be ckermd to   |
b   at 'aige within the meaning u�� Clause 6   '
o   this By-law.
23 -In th0 event of a dog being impound
ed and the owner proving to the a���<*.i>*..ictioi'
of ttie Pound-keeper or   the  Oir\ T'ea&urei
that the annual lax had been pud   arid   the
m  ��i. i-u.d.'<- or r  g hid be.-n reini-veu be oti
* the nuyiiuiiim: <-l the do)1, it shail be   lawful for the Pound-keeper to role ���->(*'siuh il^g
fr-im tlie Pound nr once and enter  tne   p.i
ticular- in his hook.
2-i-.  It  si all  be   lawful  for the   Pou.id
keeper, or lii*_ .'(���-i'-'-ai t,   or other ppr.son*. ���
af iresaid. t-- "t-i onnd   aiw doa   runtiiu^   h
large in the City and not   wearing   a   met 1
hurl).���*<.���   in'    -������I'.',   s.i   acc'T'-iauce   i-nh tne >ait
preceding leitiou of this By-law.
25 No |i��i?mi ^h-ill keep or i-iai-^or ;>ny
dog <>r 'tti r i>.ii:i:i:il wlucn iiabi\,ua ly n.s-
tuibs the quiet of .mvpi-rsBii, or i\u.y d"g or
othftiauini_l which ccilong'i-i the hatoly of
any ptraon. by i?amg or oilier��ti&e.
2G   No hmsp or horses shall be left, untied
wiihin The city limits, unless undi-r she con-
1 troi nf die owi.er or person in c'*wge.
27. Kvery uersou convioted of an infraction of any provision of this By-law shall
foi f-*t and pay therefore a penalty not cx-
ceod.i-g fifty dollars.
2-S. A dog shall bo deemed to be at large
���within the memiing of the provisions of this
By-law when not .iccompanied by or under
the control of the owner or person in charge
.29. This By-law may be cited as the City
.Pound By-Jaw, 1902, to coma into eft'cc
the 1st day of Mar-cn, 1903.
Read for the first time 20th day of October, 1902. -   .,
Head for the second time the 6th day of
November, 1902.
Read the third time the  8th  day of  December,   1902.
Re-considered and finally passed the 30th
- day of December, 1902.
WESLEY WILLARD,.
, Mayor.
'''���"'���    L. W. NUrTNS,
City Clerk.
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NEWS OFFICE. ___������J���������-l .!_������*..    ���������IMg,vt������^  I  M  i  _������-���������_���������-���������-������..-<  I'* *  If '  r  i  MRS. DOLBY'S  TALUS ���������  The Deacon Looks Over tire Family  Almanac and Says Nothing  ^i-4"t-**^--i������i������i- ���������*.���������������������..  -���������>������-������~������-������-.i-������..*..������..%  [CopyrJstit, 1903, by John R. Haskins.]  _'E__CON DOLBY had pulled off  his boots, with a grunt of satisfaction as each boot came off,  and taken  a  seat in the  big  rocking chair and begun to  feel  thai  there was no place  like home, when  Mrs. Dolby suspended her sewing for a  ,mbment to.lOok up and ask:  "Deacon Dolby, what do you think ot  a man fifty years old and supposed tc  he a good man who will swear?"  The deacon felt a chill go up his back,  and he picked up a family almanac  lying on the table and pretended to be  much interested in its- contents while  wondering if he could  be  the guilty  man- :      0 ������  "It' was last fall," continued Mrs.  Dolby, "and I only heard of it the qth-  , er day, but it's just "the same as if it  happened this forenoon. You was sit-  ' ting'on the .'fence by the barn when a  tin peddler came along the road and  stopped to talk with' you., I don't know  what sort of story- he told you, but all  at once you started to laugh, yoii threw  up your arms and your feet to haw,  haw, haw, and you went over * backward into the barnyard. As soon as  you found that your neck wasn't broken you got up and used language. It  was awful language. 'It was such Ian-'  guage that the Widow Skinner shivered" as she heard it, and the tin peddler whipped up his horse and drove  on.'I-want'to know what you've got to  say about it. Some wives'would have  left the house without asking a ���������question, but I'm willing to hear 'youv ex  cuses."      . - ',  The deacon didn't have any. ��������� He re  .membered that October morning ��������� perfectly well. The'.tin peddler .had'  stopped to fell him the latest joke, and  it was so funny that a fall backward j  had been the'result. Just what, ho said  after getting up was not so .clear, bul  he believed that he had done justice to  the occasion. Mrs. Dolby waited .wo  minutes for his answer, but she waited  in vain. There was an increase of .severity in her tones as she continued:  "One..night four weeks ago you came  in from the barn all .doubled up and  said you had colic. I thought it very  queer that anybody should'have colic  in winter, but I gave you popper sass  and-other things and put you to bed,  and you got over it. I let it go -at colic,  and you never told me different, but I  .have the truth at last. 'I just got it today from Mr. Simpkins' hired man.  Deacon Dolby, you deceived your wife!  You went behind the cow and twisted  her tail to make her move np, and she  kicked you in the stomach with both  feet to once. Why didn't you say so  when you came into the house? I  know why, because, as you lay on the  stable floor, you yelled for the hired  j the ice to show off. You hadn't skated  1 a rod before your feet went up, and  1 you struck on your head. I ain'-i. saj'ing  that was any crime, but there _���������*���������_ over  thirty people who will make oath that  after you went down you swore like a  pirate and offered to lick any one there  with a hand tied behind you. Deacon,  are you going to beg my pardon and  promise never to do so again?"  The deacon's hand instinctively went  up .-to the'spot* where the bump had  i-.one business for ten days, but he  made no reply. Had he started o*ut to  do so he would .simply have mi_ed  things up, as his recollection was not  clear as lo what happened after,he got'  the skates on. 'Mrs. Dolby kept her  eyes on the'back of his head while the  old clock ticked a hundred times, and  there, were tears in her eyes as she  shook her head and mused:  . *'I knew that no saw,log had rolled  over him* and made that bump. And  last week.' only last Tuesday,' he came  home with his clothes almost torn off  him and his face all scratched up and  ���������hinted around that one, of Mr. Jacobs'  'steers had chased him through the  woods.. He was so lai������:e that I milked  the cow arid 'brought in the wood my-  FROM DARKNESS TO DAWN  Something  About the Attractions at  "Winnipeg   ������*air. .  the  self that night, and I kept asking' him  if I shouldn't make him tea and toast.  He never hinted that it was anything  else but a steer,, but Mrs. Barber was  here this afternoon and told me all  about it. He tried to slide down Golden hill on a, board, and he run into a  lot of blackberry'.bushcs and a troetop.  It was ten minutes before he could say  anything, and then���������and then''���������  The deacon .waited,   with  his  hear!  beating at its normal rate.  ���������'Anil  then he ,got up and whooped '  and hollered arid-jumped up and down  and���������and"���������  There was a long minute of-silence.,  and .then   the   deacon   slowly   looked  around and found Mrs. Dolby nodding  in sleep. He turned to his almanac and  read on for five' minutes and then got  up and laid his hand on her shoulder  and said:   ,.  "Wake up.  It's time to go to bed."  "Wh-what did he do after he whooped  and hollered?" she sleepily queried.  "Nothing, I guess." v  "But,there was moi-e of it!  Mrs. Barber said he���������lie"���������  But the deacon led her to the bed-'  room door and then turned to wind up  the dockland see the cat was put out1  doors.   There was a grin on his face  and he felt that he had'got off easy.  -. '      M..QUAD.   .  Interfering:  Witli  Business.  ir,/~'fJP'"f-(<-  a-siP-i-  Mrs. Woola���������Tommy, you mustn't  bother Rhino with that banana. I want  him to hold still while I finish my ironing.���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  One  on  Bad  Bill.  Amber Pete���������The boys played a good  one on Bad Bill the ather day. They  bet him there was a chap over at Eagle  Eye that he couldn't make throw up  his hands.  Bowler Ben���������Waal, did Bad Bill win?  Amber Pete���������No. When he got over  there, he found the chap was an armless wonder in a side show.���������Chicago  News.  The spectacular display and scena  which is to be one of the attractions  at the Winnipeg- Fair this year is to  be of a most finished and artistic  character and something which has  never yet been seen in the open, consisting as it does of a very "beautiful  transformation scene, such as forms  pari, of the pantomimes-produced in  New York and London, England.  Sir Augustus Harris ��������� made these  sec-nes on. a scale of magnificence  which won for them world-wide fame  anil the Exhibition board this year  is emulating ��������� the late distinguished  London  manager.  , "From Darkness to Dawn"' .consists of six scenes, each .being most  beautifully and 'artistically evolved  from the preceding. The curtain'rises  on a scone representing rocky cliffs.  Ilemons of darkness are seen standing on- the rocky heights. They unfold their bat-like wings while flames  burst forth from the rocks. This  scone, which is illuminated by an intense red light is then transformed  into what is called "The Palace of'  Jtarkness," in which ,' eight large  dragons with fire spouting 'from'  their jaws crawl among the rocks'.  Ten demons clothed in orange are  grouped around the cave, in the'centre of which 'is the throne of the  Prince of Darkness.      ��������� ���������  The- curtain of 'this scene is ' drawn  aside and behind it is seen another  curtain' representing, a dark blue  night sky with moon and twinkling  stars. The Prince of Darkness sinks  from sight while all the demons lumen d greet, himi with flapping of their  wings. , -.   -  The next scene is entitled "The  Flower Jungle," and' represents ,'a  dark green jungle covered with giant  flowers.' The 'flowers ,unfold and  show' within "the spirit of each flower,  a maiden dressed in beautifully tinted garments.   * (  This curtain is then drawn aside  iind the Butterfly scene is introduced  which shows eight butterflies (girls)  hovering over the flowers. The gaudy  bin terflics unfold , their wings, while  Hreworks arise' from all corners of,  ihc stage.. . '_       ..   ,        .-  "The Break of Dawn," which is thc  title ,of the next scene shows thc 'interior* of a Palace richly decorated.  Slowly \ six shells arise from the  ground in each of which is^ a girl  dressed in 'a rich .garment of silver  white.' This scene, which is artistic-  aJl-j'lit in light yellow, leads up to  1 lid "Dawn," which ��������� represents the  outer terrace of the shell palace. On  a raised dias is a throne on which  site the Goddess of Light surrounded  "ny her maidens, who hold in their  hands staves on which revolve elective  stars.      The  f-'-fH-jH-f^M.J^H^  I ARIZONA        I  KICKLETS  f  narrow escape though,, as several admirers followed us over two miles and!  wasted a great deal.of ammunition.  T    The   Latest   News   From  Giyea-  *' dam , Gulch  ���������**^i*^H>2H.','������}H'''������������^  ' [Copyright, 1903, by C. B. Lewis.]" ,  E learn' that George Baker,  formerly of this town, was  hung in New Mexico two or  three weeks ago'.. He more  than deserved'it, .for we are well acquainted with George and his doings.  The story that we had imported a  toothbrush from Chicago and were-  putting it to daily use called a big  crowd in front of -the Kicker office the  other night, but after a brief oration'  from us it peacefully dispersed. We  have enemies, and they start all sorts  of stories, but those who know us know  that we take no chances' by trying to  jump things a hundred years ahead. r  M. QUAD.    ,  .There aro 350 miles of mountains between us and the editor of the Utah  Banner. Therefore he'calls us a liar  and a scoundrel. r���������  " We must" say that we .don't" think  much of our city marshal. Of the seven cowboys who opened fire on him  the other night he let five- get away  unwounded: I-Ie must, do better than  that to hold his job.  His  Own Barber.''  -  "What do'you put on your face after  shaving?" asked the man who smelled  of bay rum. ;  ."Court plaster usually," replied.the  nervous chap gloomily;��������� Cincinnati  Commercial Tribune. ,  ,  , Our esteemed fellow townsman, John  Dorkin, called our esteemed fellow  townsman, Henry/Trayers, n liar the  other day,  and - between ��������� the  two  of  Secret of  Succcmn.  ��������� Green���������What are you doing now?  Brown���������Running a grocery.  Green���������Making a success of it? "  Brown���������Well, yes���������in a small weigh.  ���������Chicago News.     '  ' Hi_() Good Tnste. ���������  She���������Your dog was trying to bite me,  sir. ,, , '    * < _'   '���������  He (touching his hat)���������Yes, madam.  He has a sweet tooth.���������Yonkers Statesman. -  A Welcome  Guest.  Howde do. Miss Crocus!  Whah you been so'long*?    ' '���������  -- You's dressed up_ mighty han'some  . An'^a-lookin' well an' strong1.   ,'  Mighty glad to'see you; ,   '.  ��������� Waited many a 'day', , '���������  \Wishin' you'd git stahted  A-visitin'������ dis way.' ��������� " -    ' '  Ws had a heap of trebles;  :   Res' youse'f an' hearTle news.  It'-s like ole times to see you,". ',   ,  >  An'- you drives away de blues.-  We'll staht de "birds a-singin',-.  ���������r   'An' we'll bring de sunshincin, .  .'Cause we sho'ly 'predates it    .'  * When you comes a-visitin'. .    '  ������������������Washing-ton Evening; Star.  BETWEEN THE  TWO OF  THEM THEY  MANAGED, TO KIIiL A DOG.  them they managed to kill a dog and  scare a Chinaman into fits. These little affairs would be humorous if they  did not disgrace the community in  which they take place.    .. t * .  There has 'been only one marriage  celebrated in' Giveadam Gulch since  last September, and even in that the  bride was so homely that no,one kissed  her. We predict a matrimonial boom  in the spring, however. ~  Beef  trust prices  haven't  bothered  our people  much.     When  they  want  beef, "they ride out and kill it, and if  sun  lights  up  the j the trust gets in the way it turns out  Proof Positive. ������������������  First Heiress���������But you are quite sure  the count loves you.  , -    , *   o  Second Heiress���������Of course I am.   He  said if I would .marry him he'd let me -  keep half of my own money.���������Chicago  News.  (  'Often the   Way.  The man constantly complained. *  , "Why is, it," they asked, "that he to"  unable to cure his indigestion?"    ,     '  -  "Because," replied the one who knew,  "he is too busy' getting it."���������Chicago  Post. .'������������������".-  c I a tangible.   -  As   little   Robert  was   leaving   hia  auntie's she said:   .  "Give mamma my regards.",  , "Well, where are they ?" inquired tb������  little fellow.���������Little Chronicle.,  "tot; we^t behind the cow and twtsted  her tail to make iiek move up."  man to get the pitchfork and knock  the cow's head off, and your language  drove the man out of the barn on the  run."  Mrs. Dolby had slightly exaggerated,  but the deacon set his jaw as he remembered the occasion. He also indulged in a grim smile as ho recalled  a little performance in the stable next  day, but he didn't think it best to'enter  into any wordy explanations. He simply increased his interest in the almanac and tried to forget that ho was not  alone.  "It wasn't over two weeks ago,"' resumed Mrs. Dolby, "that you went over  to the sawmill to see about some lumber.   When you  came  home, I  spoke  about the way you was wearing your  "hat, but you didn't say nothing.   That  night I found a bump on'your head as  big as a hen's egg. No wonder you had  to cock, your hat over on one ear.   I've  waited and waited for you to explain  how   you   got   that   bump,   but   you  haven't done so.   I know how it was��������� [  heard all about it yesterday, and I can  tell   you   that   some   wives   wouldn't  stand it a minute.   "When you went to  the mill, you found a lot of folks skating on tlie pond.   Old as you are, with  3*our knees as stiff as gate hinges, you  borrowed a pair of skates and went on  Variety.  Benedict���������I've only been married  since last October.  lionpeck���������I suppose you've been married long enough to realize that the  wife always wants to wear the trousers ?  Benedict���������Not always. Every now  and then sho wants a new dress to  wear.���������Philadelphia Press.  to be bad for the trust.  ?Ie   r_ne*iv.  Teacher���������What do you  know about  the stars. Willie? '  Willie���������They're married.  Teacher���������Married?   Who says so?  Willie���������My ma.  Teacher���������How does she know?  Willie���������'Cause they stay out all night  like pa does.���������Comfort.  "Charley., dear," said young Mrs.  Torkins, "baby has the colic. Isn't it  lucky?"  "Lucky?"  "Yes. I'm sure it's too young to be  operated on for appendicitis."���������Washington Star.  Aeronaatieal.  "Pa, what's the difference between a  balloon and ant airship?"  "Why, my son. a balloon goes straight  up, but nobody can tell where an airship is going until the earth bumps into it"���������New York Herald.  Butterflies.  New kinds of living butterflies can  be produced from existing forms by  greatb** increasing or decreasing the  temperature of the place where the  butterflies are kept. A difference in  coloring and even in form has thus  been obtained.  back of the scene and demons of  darkness, flowers, butterflies and  shell maidens all make their bow to  the  goddess.  There is no delay between the spectacle and the fireworks for a magnificent silver curtain of fireworks descends in front of the spectacle and  a gorgeous display of hreworks follows, concluding the evening's entertainment.  Thc arrangements for the Winnipeg  Industrial exhibition are being rapidly pushed toward completion and the  prospects for a successful and record-breaking fair are very promising.  The programme of horse-races is a  1 iberal one, and the prizes offered  should secure keen competition. The  entries arc coining in thick and fast,  the Winnipeg Fair now having conic  to be recognized as one 'of the events  of the west. The Exhibition board  have received letters from all parts  telling of the great interest which is  taken in the fair and many of our,  cousins from the South have signified  their intention of competing at this  year's carnival.  The purses this year are of a liber,'; 1 character. The Citizens' Purse  for tlie . 1-|���������mile ..dash is scheduled], for  the-second day, and is worth $1,200.  .The Free-for-A.il trot or pace is down  for the fifth' day and the prize is a  purse of $2,500 for mile heats, tho  best three in five.  The     attractions     programme   this  \ ear will beat anything that has vet j pour out  his  l..p,,n seen   in  the capital  of the Prai-, di(ln-t cost an:  rie    Province,    ft     is    not  vet   quite    ,,    .  completed,   but  thc following list will \ *--*---scen ���������* ���������������������  The move to start a public library io  this town was a failure. This'was not  because we are lacking in literary interest as a community, but rather, because ������the patent medicine men pour  about a ton of family almanacs into  the place every three months. There  isn't much left to read in this world  after you get through with a family  almanac.  We had to threaten to shoot Stimp-  son, the gunsmith, to induce him to advertise in the Kicker last week, and he  now admits that he sold $250 worth of  goods on a three dollar ad. We seldom  make a mistake about such things.  A Spring:  Habit.  Spring weather lovely woman send������  Out looking for a flat,  Although the family Intends '  To stay where it is "at."  'To move is farthest from her mind;  She doesn't want to rent;  Although, of course, if she should find  A dream she might consent.  She wanders up and down the street  In sunshine and in shower, -  Climbs stairways with her weary feet,  And all through habit's power.  Oh, who will run the microbe down  And its proud spirit crush  That makes the ladies roam the town  In rain and shine and slush ?  ���������Chicago News.  Proof Eiioogh.   ,  "I say, Carleton, do they have very  high proof whisky out your way?"  "Do they? Why, man, they run automobiles with-it instead of alcohol."���������  Boston Herald.  How He Placated Her.  Maisio���������The diamond in this engagement ring is awfully small.  Morton���������I told the jeweler it was for  ulai~ contract.    In  a ' tlie sn3a1Iest hand in the city.���������Indian-  As postmaster we desire to engage  a man to carry the mails between this j  town and Big Bend until the work is j  given  out  by  re;  spirit of fairness, we would state that  the route is infested with bears and  wolves and road agents and that the  man who makes two trips will come  out better than we think for.-  apolis Journal.  At a  meeting of the Hellso rangers  held   last  Tuesday   evening  we   were  unanimously re-elected captain, and it j  was resolved that in case of war every J  member   of   the   organization   should  blood as freely as if it  any more than kerosene oil.  '   Hasten the pour!  Si*riu,T.  Folks on muddy crossings-  Slip. Klip, slip!  'Women making dresses-  Snip, snip, snip!  College boys class yelling���������  Tip, yip, yip!  Some one beating carpets���������  Blip, blip, blip!  Mutual Astonislinient.  fho\\ (ho quality of the attractions  which will be provided'��������� for the patrons of  the fair :  Whirling the loop. Lockhart's elephants, Webb's seals, marvellous seal  .higglers: the Three Livingstone's,  lady si nd gentlemen acrobats: Colc-  njin's dog and cat circus:'the Piccolo Midgets, musical and acrobatic  comedians: the Salvaggis, lady and  gent, whirlwind dancers; Decryon.  wonderful performing horse; Hickey  & Nelson, lady and gent, gt'otesque  q't nod inns.'  Applications for midway features  at the Fair have been more numer-  o.ws than ever before, and this.-feature of the exhibition promises to be  i/io.st interesting.  A South African cable announces a  25 per cent, differential tariff in favor of Canada, as against the United  States,  to  take effect  June 1.  '.'. We don't believe there is another  town in the United States as free from j  gossip as ours. If every married worn- ���������  an in Giveadam Gulch should elope tomorrow or it should become known  that every married man was a bigamist, society would simply drink a highball and dismiss the matter from its  thoughts.  We rather admire the editor of the  Blue Grass Herald for stigmatizing us j  as  a   jackass,   egotist,   blowhard   and j  numskull.    He wouldn't do it unless  he had faith in his legs, and we like a  man with faith.  Tuesday  evening  last we delivered      Teacher ��������� Why,  our celebrated lecture on  Christopher pr*se{-(.  Columbus to  a large  and  intellectual      Willy���������So'm   I.  audience at Lone .Tack and got out of UcV   m-m   wid  one   _an_i__New  YorK  town without being  shot.    It was  a journal.  Bur*"  I thought  I  could  4  vis  "PJ  f  I  J  '������������������   "-I  ���������-'���������V.l  1  ?1  m  ffl  i  'I  ���������*'���������*' (  ���������'���������Vt  1  ?';_  tSf.1  1  ._,___-., .(I &  fHm*m**mm&&*m  It  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS. ''COLtlflGWOOD IS    ��������� (  ;\WITH THE REST;  FIGURES A3;UT LONDON.  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  America    now  among  standi      occona  -continents in  Jewisii   population.  She has  1.100,000,' while'Asia  has   but  3oS,000.  -Remarkable   Cure, of   a   Citizen  by Dodd's  Kidney   Pills.  .Dear Sirs,���������Within tin- past year 1  1-jiow of throe fatty tumors ^n the head  having been removed by the application  oi" MINARD'S LIXiilENT without any  Ktsi'jiical operation, -and there, is no in-  -dication   of a.   return  C.Vl'.r.   W.   A    l'lTT.  *   Clifton,   -V 13. , Grndola 'ferry.  t Canada's forestsi arc equal to supplying the world with wood-pulp ,for 8-LO  "���������/furs,, on a basis oi a million and a half  tons of pulp a year.  ��������� Choi (.'ru, morbus, cram;-_ and kindred  complaints unnuullv inane their aupeai,-  n'fci) at tin.' same time as tlie hot weather; grepn fruit, cucumbers.��������� melons, etc,,  unci many persons ii.ro debarred from cat-  lntr tlie.se temptimr"iruits, but they need  not abstain if ,lhey iiave Dr. K olio "���������(������������������'a  ���������Jivscnterv Cordial, antl take a few drops  us w ���������ter. Jt- cuica tlie cramps, aud chol-  ���������ora in a. remarkable maimer, and is sure  to, check every disturbance 'of the bowels.  Valentine Fisher's Terrible Sciatic Fains  Speedily Vanis'ieu Before the Great  Kidney Komotly/  ,    Colling-wocd,   'June     "^.���������(.Special.)���������  Every city,  townVand village in  Canada is repeating remarkable cures  by  Dodd's Kidney  Pills  and  Collingwood  is   not   behind   the   rest.,     There   are  scores of  people here  who have used  -.-tho���������gr^at   Kidney  Remedy   and   who  i are, not   slow   to   tell   of   the  splendid  J results.  Valentine  Fisher, -well-known  , in the town and surrounding country,  | is one of them. < <���������  "I was troubled with kidney disease for 13 years," Mr. Fisher says  ' in telling of his cure. "It developed  into sciatica,' which located in ;my  side, so that I could not walk with-  , out a cane. J. had to use hypodermic  injections of morphine to ease the  pain.  "I tried different medical men and  medicines with no good results till I  was persuaued to try Dodd's Kidney  Pills. Three boxes effected a> perfect cure. I can ,recommend Dodd's  Kidney Pills to all who aro suffering  ' from rheumatism or any other' forfn  ��������� of kidney disease." *  ���������An 'inch   ur   ram   means   that   101   tons'  of  water have fallen upcnr every     at re of  soil - .  1 i:j*r<'t,iiii-*-   &t_li>*ic!>   vf   the Houses 2nd  i'c-ople in 1)j������ \i oj-I.i's IjArgL-st City  ���������:_���������������������*my t!Uh������i.  t  Another   ponderous   volume,   iss ie<\  by     the     London (  County    Council  3_aglcs   have   been' noticed   flyinp;  at     a  height    of   6.000   feet,      and     storks   and.  Jju/zurds  at'2,000 feet. , A   lark  will   rise  tc.   the  same height,   and'so   will    crous  As   a  rule,   however,   birds  do   not  fly  at-  4i  p.renter height   than   l.uOO"   feet.   -  When  a married   woman elopes  with an-  t_ll  .Mi,  iiiiie:-'woman's  husbond  it'sNhurd   to  -���������.st,,  who   is   entitled 'to   sy'ma.i.tliv.'.  'to  . (j      Deafness Cannot Be Cured  "by local amplications., ' as** thuy cannot  reach ihe <.libea._c.-d portion of tl-e ear.  There is only <jii<j wu ���������,',-<��������� cute deafness,  .���������and   that  is   by  conhtitutioiial     ieme(l;-s.  ' Deafness, is caused by an inQamo.1 cou-  ���������dition uf the mucous Jinuifr oi tt-c l_i/_-  fuchian Tube. 'When this i,ube p.ets m-  Uamed you have a rumbling sound or nn-  perieet hearing, and when it ib entirely  <-losed dealucsb is the result, and unless  the inflammation c.hi be_- taken out aud  'this tube ro.sto.ee! to itt, normal condition, hearinc, will be dehtroied lor over ���������  nine cu--e-5 '������������������jl of ten ,a;t-jCnuacd by ca  tarrh. which is nothing' bati an nulamed  c-undition   of tlie mucous  surfaces.  ' We *.\ ill 'give Ono Hundred Dollars, for  any cv.st- oi Deafness, (caused bv -cata.*i n )  that cannot be cured "by Hall's" Catarih  Cure.    Send   lor  circulars,,  tree.  Address,   F    J   * CilKXJ-Y   <t.Co.,   Toledo.   O.*  ,     Sold   by  clryngibtt,,  7.jc.  TJoJl'ti  Pam'ily  Pills  are'the  bes>r.  <  The   never-faiiinft-    nie-licine    JTollouav's  'Com    Cu;c,    icnioves   all   l.incls   of   corns*  \. arts*      etc:   even   "die   most   dj moult     to  ���������������������������move  c-uniot- vsithsta:.d   this  rojiiedy.'-r, ' i  The wise mi-sionuiy secureth an ap-  po.utmcnt among the ve,.',ct_nan type of  heathen.. " '  " .  KinardV Linimeist is used hy Physicians.,  T.hc   average   age   of  died  last year was  72.  . It docs not benefit a  h< j']-ens to be on the  headed   the   wronp-   way  millionaires  man  righ t  much  road,  if  he  but  KiHara's Liaiaient Lifiahennan's rrieed.  Love  A'of   Kcee<i.i-ii'y   to   Exlsieacc.  , Any man or any woman may, contrary to received opinio:-, live io ripe  ago without loving or hemjc loverl in  the romantic sense. We are no more  predestined to romantic love than we  are to the smallpox or auy other disease.  '  Viiiofyar.  Vinegar is all right for strong stomachs���������if it really is vinegar and not an  acicL of some kind.  ���������WMPWurw rK-tf-Vx-* IV ���������������������������������������*������������������t.-ic���������r~rt*\H-^WT---*-r  "rt**r-** i*vhfww<  LADY AGENTS WANTED  uii!^!.  licwn 'v.lial.  is  known   of    the  i"������.'oi lii'a ^reatcit   city  lo   the end    oi  iiaich;  llJ0:2.     The metropolis    within   the * aiiminJsira1.i\e     < ouiity       ui  i.oudoii  contiiiijc-a   then   .07],, cd    inhabited  hou.ses.   i;i   \v'hich   thcr_ dwili  r.;>.'i6,511  men,   v. omtru,     and      children.     Of grektcsi   moment, in    th-'.,e  figures  is   the jiopi'.lalion   per  hoi.h*.-,  aud iu tins respect the return is  ci.s-  appointing.        Jn . 1 ������*.**���������_    the  auuibiM  was 7.74 per  honsu:   in  j*-*01   it  \\ a_  7.'.,'.'".     Apparently   the putjple  are ii,-  crcising "  more rapidly   than  habitations   are   proviaed.     The   inclusU iai  workers     of     London   and   of   hug.-1  towns  generally   form     about _   om:-  f.-'ijrth      oi    the   whole.      In   London  llu-y  aggj'cgate  3,UJ .'3,077,    of  wu������j!-;  rather  ies-s   thah   three-fourths���������7-K-i,-  ���������-���������O'v���������were males.  Despite,its   huge   population,   London  is  healthier  than  any  other     o  the  cle*. en   large,   towns   in   iin-jlund,  except   West 1-Iani, Bristol and i',i uu-  lor.'l.    Jt had  a  great er lnortalit.v  in  tho past ten years  than Amsterdam,  'Lnib-'i-Is,     .Copenhag-en,     t>tookh_i:.;.  and l>('i-lj'n, but healthier than Pari.-',,  St..   Puiersburg,   Vienna',     and'      Mc\v  York.    Akin to  these lucts  are those'  relating to the   housing ui the working     classes.     A  continual-all?] i���������ct'-  m.*iit oi  the'population, is"goii 0    oh  by  ex'tension ,of railV^ays  a.id    .,:i'olic  woiLs,  and with  this process  hie, ai-  conunodation  provided   barely    keeps  pace.    The (bounty-Council has spoilt*  i_'*l,'l 'IS,315  in   clearing 'uuw iiole_omy  <irc\'s.     and     '   electing        dwellings.  Schemes  earned -out  by > the   Council  and  the  late  Board  of )Vorks     Lave  jirovidod   dwellings, for Ul,6-1*''.     pci-  ivoiiderful | sons., '        , '.  ,      liHimatpJy     ai-'sociatcd    with  theoe.  [ ,    ' ! 'natters is'llie sub*ect cl locoiitotion,  or  ;i   ffirl   ha*������ ing [ in   which   a state  of   U ...������������������'.-ilToii    .pre-  a  fjying-pon    in | va.Ls,   owing   to      the, extension       <>f  tramway  lines   and   the  adoption    o'l  electric   power.       The  pit-sent  report  anticipates   that   hoi ore   WQ-\     ]' th_    .       j Council will own,  in  addition to any  cuu-ie k"owledce if you ; new tramway' or light railways that  it   may   constructi itself,, a   total    ol  WSi    miles.'"     During i901 a gross   . .��������� j nroiit 'u'as  earned   on   tlie  iiietfopdi,-  geL   between     a_  dog' and     his    *an   traniwaj s   oi   ������*_US,'?l>7  between a  man   and "ins  hobhv   ' tW1'   passengers ,hy   tramears  nt'mi  , -   ' ��������� '*    Shored     ?>37,7UQ,V,2G;   by  the   General  Seep JMiaard's Lisiiment In the Sonse.      I P"-"1'*"5 Company 20j.oin.222,'and   '        ��������� by tho Koad Car  Company,   _7,_09,-  .":i7;     All Icinds   of  locomotion  show  an i������crease������* -"  Jn some respects the least satisfactory .of "these  returns   arc   those'  relating "to  crime.     On  tihe whole,    of-  . - fpnscs    against   the   law   "ha\o*   con-  j sideral-ly diminished' during'- the last  ton years,  but  drunkenness is a not-&  , able     exception,   the  ligtuvs  showing  -j an almobt continuous  increase   since  ���������  L090."    Prosecutions ha\o risen 11 cm  , 337   per   100.000   population   to   8 U5'  ! ���������over    o0 per cent.     "'Crime in the  metropolis   is  somewhat  higher than  in   the  country  generally,   but    much  l(*sa  than  in some  of the other large  towns���������Manchester     and     Liverpool, j  . ''or  example." '  i Silently and almost unobserved,  i the wealth of London, as shown by  lis rateable value, is always growing. It has almost- exactly doubled  in the last twenty years. In 1871  th? value for rating purposes was  .C"t9,963,2S">; in 3S91 it was ������39,-  769,039. Of this amazing increment  nea'-ly ,_12,C09,O00 was due to new  buildings and o\er <CS,000,000, to  increased values. Thc gross rateable  values at this moment must be about  ������50,000,000, out ot which a local  revenue is miscd year by year of  more than ������11,000,000.'���������London  Telegraph.  I"Ud   ar.ycnr-  ci er  her   picture   tal-len  - jtci   hund.  ��������� hear  with  A.sk for Minard's and take'eo other.  Jt  is^ ca-sy tto  are   not   ashamed t to   conicfs  mice  Kover  bono,   oi  .'our   i-nor-  WJ*gbBM-_B_^!ffl������^^  Ijurmg-|  m^mmHKZttzxsxsissm  ARE    Y-O-kJ.    BUI'LDINO?''  Contented  vo-.-ry.  rlaboi  the  grave      oi  f__E5  ���������fiBO  Kven   pn    ^enipt-,       clipboard  i uicli  food  for* thought.  contains  I'.-ejudice      roosts      en  v bich  facts   are  ban-ccf  a*- perch    .from  1-,  is   both  fashionable   and   safe to kick  man   when   he is  down.  I     The- total  ot present paid  to  the  British      royal   family     is   ������709,000   a   year  rJhi.s   includes   annuities   and   th '  o-'   loyal  palaces  and   parks.  upkeep  USE EDPY^S  .   IMPERVIOUS SHEATHENa ' -  " THE BEST 2,UILI1ING PAPEH iHADB.  I* In very __u������b ���������tron-^er and tillcker than any ,*ot"l_eir . (tarred or bjilldln������)  pap*r- It is lmp.ervlouii to wind, keeps out oold,<keeps in lieat, carrl������s no smeli  or o������or, absorbs no moisture, iinparts no tast* ".or flavor to . anything' with  which It comes in contact. It is largely used not only for sh������otinjs-\ houses, hut  tor lining cold storage buildings, refrigerators, dairies,, crt-axderie-,.. and all  places where the object is to keep an eren and uniform temperature,. and at  ���������ha same time aToldlng dampness. ' ->  ' 'x   i ��������� _  Writ* onr Agents, TBB8 * FKBSSE, Winnipeg,-tor samples."    "r"  : IE:. _a. EDDY OO., Limited; HUUb.  >1  , --t I  V1* i ", -  ._.*-  't&u^  r*fiT ALL-WAYS.<TEADY '^i  SKIRT   il'PfOHTli R  A  L<Cl.T   AOJUSVCP   -j������J(  -*%p?_N$_r!  *m  &  Oest SeHlnjj Skirl Supporter and Waist A<J)**3ter  ���������ver fntrodiiced.    Sells at sight.    Good profit.  v  Spud ������~ ������������������"���������its for sample  and  terms  to  a������>ni*s  BRUSH & CO., Dept.  W. TORONTO.  Monltey   Shine-.  Monkeys have a keen sense of humor, wliich enables them to relish a  joke. -It is not to be supposed that  they care -whether the fun .is at the  expense of one ot their own species or  of ours. Their jokes are necessarily  practical.  THE AVERAGE BABY.  The average baby is a g-ood baby���������  cheerful,   smiling   and   bright.     When  he is cross and fretful it is because he  is   unwell  and  he   is   taking-  the   only  means  he  has  to let  everybody .know-  he does not feel rig-lit.    When baby is  cross, restless and sleepless don't dose  him  with "soothing"  stuffs  which   always   contain   poisons.     Baby's     Own  Tablets are what is needed to put the  little one right.    Give a cross bauy an  occasional Tablet and see how quickly  he  will  be transformed into a bright,  smiling,  cooing, happy child.    He will  sleep at night, and the mother will get  her  rest   too.     You   have  a  guarantee  that Baby's Own Tablets  contain  not  one particle of opiate or, harmful drug.  In  all  the  minor ailments  from  birth  up   to   ten   or   twelve   years   there   is  nothing to, equal    the    Tablets.     Mrs.  W.   B.  Anderson.  Goulais  River,  Ont.,  says :     "My little boy was very cross  and  fretful  and  we  got no  rest  with  him until we began using Baby's Own  Tablets.     Since   then   baby  rests   well  and..he is now a fat, healthy boy."  You can get the Tablets from any  druggist, or they will be sent by mail  at 2-j cents a box by writing direct to  the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  Thc vecoul for _i>eotl in lailw.iy coii-  stii*ttion has been achieved on the Bol-  iichistan railway, which was pushed  ncross a. treeless plain at X*- milts a  day.  GOOD HEALTH.  Boat Tt C:ui  FJe Ol)t-iiiie<l nnd lluxr It Can  He .Preserved. ,  The Bishop of Norwich has revealed his abilities in quite a new light.  "If any lady here wants a lesson in  simple cookery, how to make flapjacks or cook bacon, lot them come  to me and I will teach them," was  thc offer made amid applause by his  lordship at a parochial gathering* on  Tuesday. "It has bivn. said of a  certain King that he was lit to be a  King  because     he   had     blacked     his-    own   boots,"     continued   the  Bishop,  " ' "and,  taking that reasoning,     [   am  A bo til   L7:l, U00   persons    are   employed    more fit to  be a Bishop  than anyone  :n  thc postal ser\i.;e of the  United King-   here. I  will tell you  why.  Because   T  (iou-' . have     cobbled    my    own boots    and.  *  ' mended .my own breeches."  How to  Preserve X.e-ive.s  nnil PIiuKh.  To preserve leaves and other parts of  plants' properly they should be placed  between sheets of blotting paper, and  the papers should be changed once a  day for two or three days. They  should be dried as rapidly as possible  by passing a warm flatiron over the  paper each time the change is made.  They should be kept under moderate  pressiire at first, and to insure even  pressing it will be 'well-to place a stiff  piece of cardboard or strawboard at  intervals between the sheets. When  the drying appears to be well advanced,  the pressure on the specimens may be  increased.  Europe's liarK-ust Churclies.  The largest churches in ISurope will  contain the following numbers: St. Peter's, Rome, 54.000;. Milan cathedral,  37.000: St. Taul's. London, 25,000; St.  Sophia's, Constantinople, 23,000; Notre  Dame. Paris. 2.1.000; Pisa cathedral,  13,000; St. Mark's, Venice, 7,000.  "Dyspepsia or Indiuostion is occasioned  l.y want of action of the billinry ducts,  loss of vitality in the stomach to secrete  tlie gastric im'ces. without -which riines-  tiun cannot uo on: also heinjr the principal cause of ' I lead ache. Parmelee's  '%''.���������<��������� etn-ble Pills taken before *roin_ to  hod. for a. while, never fail to uive relief and of?ecl a curt*. 0.1r. F. Vv. Ash-  down. Aslulown. Out., writes : "I'anne-  lui-'s "Pill'.; arc Inkinir the lead nirainst  ten other makes   which  J   have in stock."  Over  .'50. ships  are kept  in  constant use  laying   and   repairing   ocean   cables.  Ail   the  gold   coin   at   present   is   use  the  world   weighs   less  than   900   tons.  , I-Iis ."Lordship ir/iado these confessions in the course of a vigorous  speech., in whit*1- he maintained that  happiness, was an internal joy depending on i'-'-.crnal feeling. Someone in tlie hail .suggested the.t income might k������,vc something io vdo  with the matter. Then the Bishop  declared, in reply, that he had lived  a poorer lifo- --'-inn any of his hearers.  He had known, when a missionary,  what it was to sleep upon the  ground for months at a stretch without even a blanket to lie upon. "I  honestly believe," said the Bishop,  "that none of you have led a life  of greater hardship."  Cnriou-   Rent.  At Broughton. near Brigg, in Lincolnshire. England, some lands are held by  ; the following tenure: "Every year on  Palm Sunday a person from Broughton  .' enters the church porch at Caister hav-  t ing  a   green  silk  purse   containing 2  : shillings and a penny tied up at the  ,' end of a cart whip,  which  he cracks  _,, ,. ,    ,. _    _     ���������        __    ' three   times  in   the   porch   and   stays  The   satisfaction  of ^ having  the  thcre until the second lcsson begins.  Washing   done   early   in   the  day,   Then he enters the church and cracks  and  well done,   belongs  to   every  the whip asain- final-y depositing the.  _ r.    ' i- ���������__ c ��������� Purse and contents."  user of Sunlight Soap. _ob  i   The   health   of  the   whole 'body  de- '  pencis upon the blood and nerves. The  blood  must be rich and  pure,  and the  nerves   vigorous   and   strong.     There- !  fore a medicine that makes new blood |  and    strengthens   the   nerves   reaches  the root oi* many serious diseases.    Dr.  William's Pink Pills  will  do  this,  and j  this   is   the   secret   of.   their   wonderful ,  power  to conquer disease.    Thousands  of ^ases���������n any of  them  in your  own  neighborhood���������have proved     that    Dr.  "Williams' Pink Pills will cure rheuma- j  tism,   sciatica,   partial     paralysis,     St. I  Vitus'     dance,     nervous    and - bilious !  headache,   heart  trouble,     indigestion, j  neuralgia and the ailments that render  the lives of so many  -.\ornen a source '  of misery.    "Mr. Jas. Adames, Brandon, I  Man.,  says :    '"Bciore I began  the use '  of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills my health !  was much shattered with rhuematisrn,  nervous   depression   and   sleeplessness.  For  fully  a year I  rarely got  a  good '  night'_  sleep.  I gave the  pills a thorough trial and can now truthfully cay  I could not wish for better health."  What Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have  done for others they will surely do  for you, but you should be careful to  get the genuine with the fall name.  "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale  People." on' the wrapper round each  box. Sold by all medicine dealers or  senc by mail at 50c. per box or six  boxes for $2.;"i0, by writing to the Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  =w>t  <y  'TlldL t  STEAMERS   ���������  Huronic,  United Empire  cM.ona.rch,L cMajestic  OlSTBQUND  SAHLIftGS  Leave   DULUTH, 8  p. m_ Tuesdays  and  Fridays.  ��������� Leave PORT ARTHUR, Wednesdays, 12 noon, and Saturdays, at 12  noon and 2 p. m.  Passengers and X.ag_a_e from C. N. and C  P. Ry. western points landed direct at steamer  dock, at Port Arthur.  WESTBOUND SAILINGS  Leave SARNIA, 3 p. m., Mondays  Wednesdays and Fridays upon arrival of Grand Trunk Railway, trains  from East, which land passeng-ers and  baggage at steamer dock.  For further information, folder-, etc., apply���������  FRED. P. BELCHER  Northwestern A sent.  339 Main Street, Winnipeg.  miii)   to    ?mve  abilitv 'to   us"  HIONEY   SAVED   and   pain   rc-lioved   by  thf loaditi'*-      house-hold      remedy,     Dr. .  Thomas' T-'clocfric Oil���������a smiill fiunntity  f'f which usiu'Jly suffices.' to euro.a couiih,  heal r sore, cut. bruise or sorain. re-  lit-vo lnmhaco. rheumatism, neuraliria, ex-  ' coriated  nipples or  inflamed  breast. -----  ISSUED EVERY TUBS DAY.  ubacription .' $2 oo a year,  M. j-S. Hn&erson. Bfcitov.  _2T Advertisers wtio want their ad  changed,    should   get    copy in   by j  . 9 a.m. day "before issue.  hit'  The Editor will not be responsible for the  views, Eentiments, or auy errors of composition of letter correspondents.  l< '  Ii!     '-  Job Work Strictly C. O. D.  Transient Ads Cash in Advance.  t   ,  Ourfiiend of high ideals, D.Mill.,  - ' the SociaUpt leader (?) and agila-  "   , tor of, Cumberland, has, we are,informed, written -'a  letier- lo Seattle^  '.   Socialist!--  asking for aid to- make  ->,   up  the $200 deposit munt-y neces-,  eary befoie a candidate can be nominated'    for''legislative''   honor.-:,'  While it is -true that many strong  points- of    advantage   have   been  gained through the wisdom of trust-  ing   to the   judgment of one man,^  yet experience teaches that it is impolitic for the individual to tiust lo  \ his. judgment at ;all times without  , consulting the judgment of others.  In a few weeks, time the electors of  . Comox will,be called upon to select  '''n  candidate  to represent their dis-'  trict in the forth coniing'Provincial  election.**.      It is a matter of greMt  importance and should monopolize  the alien tion of every man who has  ������������������<   the welfare of the district at heart".  o  '^The  most skeptical must surely be  ��������� -convinced -of. the' c?ying '' need   of *  more repressive measures in deal- '  - i'ng with   suc-.h -individuals- who are  dissatisfied'witli the station in   life'  wherein  it������ has pleased Providence  - te place them. -There should be no  compromise with this specimen of  the genus homo which boldly advocates, the usurpation of political  power by the workers,- urging them ���������  to strike at the ballot box to ac  compiibh their end.-, assuring them  that by so doing they would be enabled to claim '"the full product, of  their%toil," and uiteily ignoie the  rights of superior ability to just'y  ciBim.a commensurate reward, and  would also deny to invested capital  Its legitimate returns, thus favoring  confiscation. It is imperative th;it  the  electors of  this district stand  c  i  firmly shoulder to shoulder in  selectii g suitable candidates for  office, who can be depended upon to  assist in giving our district an honest administration.  ,  , Wires���������coutd. from first, page,  of the limj5 parted  and the wheels  came in  contact  with  a telegraph'  pole,   Mr   Laduke  was  ihr.-wh out  on his In-ad  o'n .tlie  road  and   was'  ijiken   ti" the hospital  in  a   dying  condi ion.  Nanaimo, Aug. 15���������At the  min-<  ers   meeting   on  Saturday evening  the ballot.,was counted on the question of,seceding from the W.F.of M.  on   account   of   its   socialistic ten-���������  dencies, and readiness in declaring,  sympathetic strikes   -resulted in fa^.  vour of Nanaiino miners remaining  with that organization, by 105 majority,   the   total   vote polled   was  only" 309. , This is not con?ideied  at all 'satisfactory, as it ia claimed  oniv about one third of the miners  voted, but sufficient  to   t-.huw   that  anyi hii;g but harmony exisl.s.  ' i-  /Fred   Chad wick," who   was   run  over by a loaded uain in Extension  '. '  mine on' Friday, last is reported  to  -   -     ,, '    '  be doing well, and  hopes are now  he;d out that lie will ultimately re-  cover in spue of his,severe injuries.  i t >  .   Nan-.imo, -Augti.-t 17���������Las; night  Kirko Mita, a Jap, entered a  shack  in the outskirts of ihe cit}- with" the"  object of 'killing all the inmates of  "4. '  which, there were four. In the outer  apartment slept two men wht.se  . skulls he split, o'pen with a cloubfe-  bladed axe. He then proceeded to  the inner apartment" where woman  slept, but she taki g warning escaped through ihe window, ilusb-uid  about,  to   follow   but   cry/ of   their  child caused him to turn back. The  .'   r ' ���������  muiderer being thus f lied m getting  ���������.     <    ,  the woman with whom he was mad-'  ly in love swore the man to secrecy  respecting his idt-.ntificalion, then  made for'the bush. He was after  - wards captured -by 'constable- Plodg-  son and lodged in jail here and is  now pending trial  Ask your 'merchant for Black  Jack liubbor Rings. We have them  Magnet Cash Store.  LETTER TO THE EDITOR.  Miss Annie Wler formerly of this  city was united in marriage at Victoria to Rev. Mr Forsyth, a Presbyterian minister.  Leave your . measure for your  Spring Suit at' the Corner'-Store--,  hundreds of samples lo olmose from  Fit. finish and material guaranteed  ���������S tan ley H. Kiggs.  Mrs J, B. McLean and family are  enjoying a holiday ai. Abbotsford.  On Tuesday, July 7th, at the  ancient Parish Church of Llanding-  at, was duly solemnized the wedding of Mr Win. David Bowen, of  Trcbanos. near Swansea, and Miss  Jane Thomas, of Green Hall, Llandovery, the youngest daughter of  ill" late Mr and Mra John Thomas,  of Cwmydw, near this town. The  bride and her family being well  known in the district, the interesting event was the signal for a gi-ocl*  deal of rejoicing. The official ing  clergymen  v\ere the  Rev. Ebenezer  Jones, M A. (Vicar); the Rev Grut-  fydd Evans. B.D. (curate), and the  Rev. S. B. Williams, M.A., curate  of St. Peter's, LI a nelly, nephew of.  the bride. Mr Bowen is well known  to many people.here, having worked in 'he mines some years ago, and  latterly made money in  Klondyke.  RhniTOTi Ca.MRERr/Ai-D Xe'.vs. , j  '    In the la-*S is-sau,   butc������i_   '*-s c<nisi,_iime-it   j  to   the   sewi-r,   of   _i au  ihiii-vahim  li'-Mnry   \  uon.tchc'ipl,  "Truth" ;.n ahi-r*iv<-- a..d iyiuy, |  attack   was  l'la-ii;   ou  air' ii.   VViuijii.jjhaui   j  bemuse lie  though'"! proper ���������"������������������ -.coepl. a teu-  tiered   apo,'iiit,���������ie:ic    as   eiectri_sl   ei-j-uu-t-r  wiih   the  Wellington Cullin-y Co., ao their  No. 4 nunc.   ,  i,..anil not Mi" Wiu'iii-ghiiu,  ought to havo h__������ tho one Stubj'tsc-tec! to tlie  iu-uihng roi'iaik*- ot ltiuhards, Hutchiiis-m,  Halliday & Ou.,-bct!,iu.ie it -ua 1 ,\vhi> c.'im-  ���������mittetl, the" uiipariiouable sin -of   accepting  the written rubi^uatioiis ot". Sautn ������*ih<1 ;iui-  i   nsr,   the   tsleocrMat   eii_i__cr.* ao. that time  e'mphiyed by I ho (Juuipa'uy. ������������������-.id in doiny; so'  the f tot th.������.t competent'men  <*ou!d have to  be got iu their pl'tces wa* m'ado clear to me.  It  was   ihoref������iie, my cUity'lo   at ouce  nee  ab.'Ut  having  their   placo_ fi 1-jd by omnpe-  teut men.     How far 1 auccjeucieil in doing ao  is made patent by ihe faot' that _ver<. thing  is running  along  smoothly; more sihoothly  in fao., than wan the oa-,e   furmerly.      I  am  happy to .-ay Unit Lhe Company have had no  cause to  i egret tlie changes that have been  made.  -   .   .   '   <"'  I  herewiih' cuclcc the  original resigna  tions  tendered   hy Smith  and-.Turner,  and  accepted on ������>oh���������lf of the Wei. Col. Co.  by  me, and ask you to Kindly give them puhli-  cation.     Thanking you in anticipation of a  Utile'space in the "Ntswn "���������[ am,   yours  tiulv,      * AsDituw McKnioht,  c  .To tlie Wellington < 'olliery, Co., Ltd.  I hereby give you 24 hours notice to leave  your employ.       . ���������    - -  Sgd.,       Thomas TuR-srai. /  "   .        James Smi'I'ii.  , s -rai#������  Jim Dumps was father of a lass  Who,* by her brightness, led her  class.     < '    ' fi  The teacher asked Miss -|  Dumps the question:  '*- How  can  you  best  assist  digestion?"  "By' eating .''Force.'",    When  ,    '   told to him,  This story tickled " Sunnyjini."  Tho Kcady-to-Serve Cereal  the A-B-C  ef good health.  , , Boy,Big and Healthy.  "My,littlo boy wan.very sick,and would  not tako'any nourishment. <1 got. a rac'-ao������  of ' Jb'oree' and fed him on it, nnd am pleased  to sa) he is thriving. I will now put him beside any boy of his age, as ho is big and  healthy. All I feed him on is ' Force' , ,,  "Alits.-. J. 'Likulky Kebnb."  "W���������8  .y  V-.rt   lit 9 Vf&������fA.*������    t������ fA     fvifl   ������S&    IG**r   ^^     *^*_SW     *'*  _l -ai1 - &r% m *$&> M &m %  Air   Dry  ������.r     .System.*  O   r   facilities   foi   Siorins    Pensln-.b-ie   Articles,   are -liow  c    i ii dele.     5   K^gK    Butler,-    Game,'  ^onl'-md    J^eais   |>i  kintis bibred -at   Uea&onable -li*  ^s^__^_!_^^sEss^^,^  CALL AMD INSPECT OUR  STOCK OF FRESH  P  mm,If %j>md w&M ma,^  fl_ '���������"  , Editor TSTj_ws,���������In reply, to a civil ,in-  qaiiy, ashing tor an aeeouuting of expuns'es  incurred in taking Mr Jo.-*. Davies to Jubilee  Hospital,' Mr Bautr' has published a s(an*-  nieut which ia either flippant and meaning*  leo.", or which shoxs that he in a rascal 'o  rpetiil money that was raised for a charitable purpose,'-at such a pl.icj a-s T.h������*'ic3.--voy.  Now,- Mr E'ntor, if- Mr H-iuer will not ulib  lish an iteirn/,i-,d account which an h'oncs'o  man would be, only too proud to do, wi-, the  Medical 'Board, will be pleased to furnish  one for hi in. *���������.'-.        - - -<*'-,���������  The Medical Board was asked by Mr  Bauer for a pass lo Victoria aud   return,  al-  *. i  leging that as Mra Davies was unable to go  h-jrself that the doctor'wished him i(Bauer) '  to take her has.*-anti there. Th s pass was  granted, and we find that i'Jr B-.uer incurred -.he following expanses���������Meata on boat.,  $2.25; bid. (Mr Davies) 75c���������total, ������0.00.  Mrs Davies paid all her own expenses in  Victoria and on return boat to Cumberland,  and it is a question whether Mr Bauer paid  the ambulance or not, sas Mrs Davies met  Mr Day, the Chairm.m of the Board ot  Directors of J ubilee Hospital, en r.>tue to  Nanaimo, on the steamer, who told hti* that  the ambulance would be on hand at Victoria, without expense. The facts of the  case are thus���������Mr Bauer was drunk on the  boat and required no state-room for himself  and was of no use whatever in helpir g to  ������et Mr Davies to the hospital, and eonlcm't  {���������ive a detailed statement if he wished s-o to  do, and we leave the public to judge what  manner of man he is to be encrusted with  relief funds, aud in the future any person  requiring relief will do well.in seeing that  Mr Bauer and his like are nob connected  directly with securing the same, for we are  ceroaiu that a generous public does un; desire monies collected for -a worthy-object  should be f-peut at a resort like the "Savoy"  instead of (������������������lyi.ng it.over to tho person for  whom it wai;  lu.o ided.  In conclusiou, Mr Editor, there ara other  facts in'this case which we have not time to  mention, but as the yearly meeting of the  employees of the Wei. Col. Co. is drawing  near the committee are in a position to explain more fully and in detail everything in connection with the unsivoury  record   Mr Bauer   has  made   for himself in  this case.  Signed,        Medical Boakd,  *n: WARD"will be paid for information 'leading to' thc   cpn-"^  ������������������sjJilW���������'  .viclion of persons appropriating or destroying our.iteer Kegs'  W������J_UiU_UH_*fV. DWWOK^Mtf U*SQKWK������  UNION  BREWING -CO.*, Lm .������������������  * 1 1  ��������� 1 v  Phone -27.  ,. DUNSMUIR STREET        ', , <       P. 0. Drawer    45  1 ������������������ \ 1  1 ���������* ' i ' '  f 4 f,'^ j        ,   ** ,  m  Bl  ���������y. _3  _.    ^I# f.    ?4 U i* -j j__a **������ h  ^' ���������  For' Orchard,   Field   and i  j-arm,  "Highest Gr.idcs, .-Tiest. resulip ol>iaincrl fr'o-.n 1 heir n-c.     Adapted to ���������ill  -    Soils.    Bi.Ntii.blo f.",r,;ill Cro|)s. ">    -  ANALYSIS    AVAILABILITY &  SOLUBILITY strictly guaranteed.-  Government   Anai.ypip   of  Standard   Brands   kifo'.vs   them   to   be  above pick crnt ofrphant food claimed.  StAND'AKD    FOIIMULAE  . ' ,' '  Brand "A" ���������For Grass,   Hay,   Grain,   Truck and General Farminy  15rand "13"���������For Oichards,  Berries, j'otaiocs, Roois, Hops or any crop where *.'  Polash'is lafoely needed.  Brand "C"���������For Crops on Peaty Soils, Clovers,   Pease,    Beans   or   wherever  Nitrogen is not waniiny.  We also carry a complete slock of   Muriate   of   Potash.    Sulphate .of   Potash,-  Kciinite, Superphosphate, Thomas  Phosphate and Nitrate   of   Soda.  TKmxaiBn'^znesBiiTSBTf'TJirtMamaxBmi  For Pi ices, Pamphlet and Testimonials address  Viet or i(&, Chemical Co.,  VICTORIA,   B.C.  ���������J  sti&z^sEmsmms^&^mmm^fflm  ^ccrcs*xi,*.*Bi ���������>*-*������������������ TMVt vrr^ncx *������'  ���������*_.irv������a."wts'r.'M  JUST OPENED AT THE  OOBISTBE;     t      S .T O K; El  STANLEY H.  RIGGS.  '���������__���������!  Everv person who wishes tobuy  good goods cheap, should   visit the  ������>:g  Store.  Mrs Mathews went to Vancouver  Friday, accompanying Miss Lois  Matthew- who, was married yesterday.  IN THE  COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO, '  Holden at Cumberland  t.  ��������� In the mailers  of Wong Chang,   Chong-  Chi, Wong Yu, Kuan Sung alias Mali  Coon Chung, Mah. Lee, Lung Lick  alias Ling Lak, Cluing- Bing alias Yung  " ". Bing How, Quong Gun Nun alias  Qiuin Don, Mali Cluing, Mah See,  Chong Lung, Quan Tan alias Mah  Quan Dow, Tun Ko, Chung Kin alias  Jung Bow Bing, and Cheung Wing  Pluck alias Jung Deb Bing, all deceased, and  In the matter of the Official Administrators Act,  NOTICE  IS   HEREBY   GIVEN   that  ��������� by, 15 several orders, each bearing date  the 12th day of August, 1903, made by  His Honor, Eli Harrison. Judge of the  County Cduft of 'Nanaimo, m the matter  of each of the above named persons de-,  ceased, I have been appointed Official  Administrator  of   all   and   singular  the  a.������f_awcc>g=ii"a-<-^  mm  A Large and com- l  HTH   (,1i  ple'.e  Stock at  the I.Jjxu   U.  10 percent Discbunt for Cash  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  To Cure a Cold in Qn.k Day take  j Laxative Bronio . Quinine  Tablets,  All  druggists  refund the money if  it fails to cure.    E. W. Grove's sig-  j nature is on each box.    25c.  52--    u 1 03  tm^n- jki**__-ij *-uy*>*uj_nt*r-*9Mst-*?'������*oac������v^-'t^^^ '  Among'the arrivals by Tuesday's  steamer were Judge Harrison, Mr  and Mrs Bas-, Mr Harvey, Mrs  Butler and Miss Morrison ..f Victoria, who will visit friends' at  goods, chatties and credits of each of the j Comox, Mrs Field and -two sons  above-named persons deceased intestate,   j  froin   Honolulu-   who will be glhsis  of Mrs Field'--, brothers Messrs Geo.  and   J. Roe,  Miss   L. AD;atus,  and  Dated this iSth day of August, 1903.  H. P. COLLIS,  Official Administrator for part of  County Court District of Nanaimo  Mr   B.  Crer.ch   a former resident of  Cumberland-  ''���������V*l

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