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 i  V   r  T  ar  .,i  ;AJ^~OM'v^v%"  _J ^^r^L^        X  TENTH   YEAR.  C'JMBE-r  s.i_,  AND,   B. rC: -TUESDAYt-NOV'3.   j9o3.  uj TtpjiriKiMnri������mi  "*" j  i Local   and Persona)  Sold bv al)"icadin? merchants  ���������Crowr. Frui't Jhrfi. 'Tliake no other  Telegraphic News.  Victoria, Oct. 30���������As an explanation of tlie remarkable refusal of  ?-"/  41'-,    i  'Si* ?  #:- ���������  Dry  Goods   Department.  ouumavi ���������atcj4fAcca������mu������  f'   Ederdown Flann -1* in  Pli'in   and" Faficy Colors.  *   " ,'���������>*"'  White Angola and' Swnnsdown Trimming. \ \  '' Blouse ' Lengths,  in.   Satin  .finish,   De!anes,yartd* \A>  .,   ,   7, French,Finnncls;- ,,������-/������   ,rl ,r ,,^'A . yj; <.,?>     .',   ���������'  I'i^BloiisB'Fla-nneletie,-extra wide widths  15c. per.yd.7; a  ���������:V.Children's *Fuf^Boasi,������Fancy Polka*. Jackets'and -*'-  AAA Bobtees.   ~ -.   ��������� ,���������,..-.,  ;]j Ladies' Fancy Umbrella'Shawls.     * ,'     ~        "^''^  v/7*-T^r?:tx^he:Latest:Novel'ties;in;PeariiButtons. .'..:  "7  ���������>'       Stw-tt1  ������  * ,^-"������, -  k'? *&  *V������  t..������ :-  9 -jr* ^*j* L    -���������  ���������Vi  ���������&  ^feitftifev& Rteiioisf^tdl  . ? 61 -YATES SY$EEJ?l\\CTOR\AfBAG)iK    - -  Jtist received large" shipment .of <-*"  ������������������  ������-V i  ^* 't,  ^7E^03N������:V%VA.'(a-S  1 /  ii.  SVs,%  ���������'-*'< '..-^  ^'���������r*   -*.  K  xl  V  J CULTIVATORS,, ^E^D^Dl^F^S^VV'HEEETrOES.^ETC, ���������. I?;, .  A'     ..  f,    7 .^ i very i.atk4t impko.vemknt.s7, '/''     "..,������. 7*:t'7'-!f777 '  ' * A ;A\? t \ ���������* ��������� -';'       -'    ���������" ,     "��������� ���������   ���������-",,' VJ  *r. ^v> 4-  ��������� . ">     '��������� Call and'see theiri or^ write for1 catahiguos'and prices.'*  > ������?..������ 7 *  . ������    r, ��������� '      ?��������� ���������    J-.    -,A     - "'r/-''    '       '������'   ���������.���������*!'   -?T- -- -  Telephone 82.  Sole Agents for B.C.  P O. Diawer'563*-  l /     .     t    ���������"-���������.-*       s  we have 'em.    Magnet' Cash Store I  r^{ Governor to accept .John Hoiif-  _ _ "   l     .    ..   , '        . ^*        7 ....        _..     '  Mrs'LT'A^-Mounce returned from ,  & trip belov/./T.uesday!, ,     '     7 < i;   ,  1    Don't forget to call at the Comox  Bakery and Confectionery for your,  Candy   and" -Cakes,'. ,*or . any little >  thiny that vou may choose., ",  Rev. MrHickR, Archdeacon Scri-  H I   ' r 4  ve'n and'F:D. Liltle'ca'me'on Tuef-'r  day's train.  ," ,    ,- '   "j  ',    You can get Pit'Boots, Overalls,  Pit Cap.i,:&c, atv rock-bottom spiicea  at the CoVner Store.      >���������   ; J      ���������  - -> ,  7r7RtKf, j^nd B. Cieech arrived Tues  day, nioht tt'o atti'ndjthe funeral!of'  their relative J. Slewart/the victim^  ofvcthetl-.ite shooting-disaster.  7 -   )  ^ Have   }Q,u_ inspected .''the   Shot  Grun<^ at the' Big Store -?". ifi-rio't yStjJ  should. do,;soiat onceh^," ux. ���������t--t  i;  ���������.At^'xi   k^������    ft  ' Farmers 'throuiihout the Valley,  are storing up.)the'root crops, and  engaging in the fallploughitig.' Tho  ^various' root-crops^look uiicommbnf  . -     ii',      * 14 .    '' -��������� Ay..  I  ^A  ly well.1,,,.;  A* Ai\l>������lA -*?%  ' tHave 7yotf-seen(,bnr^shorT Eile.ct  'Form Corsets; at* Tifty.cents.- ���������   ^h^"  'samei'qualitv^ is "'"u'-.ually 'sold^a,t,  nearly twice the price.���������Stanley, H.'  ���������*       '     'it -    v     ������ < ' \*  '" Mr< A. VV: Reynolds: the colporteur  'of   the   British  and  Foreign -Bible  Society, Vis in^.lpwn^and jwill visit  the.^homes' during the week in the  interest of the'Society.    '   .   *'���������'+'���������<  ,7-Every person ,who wishes" to,bJiyr:  good goods.cht^p, tmpuld ~yisit-tKe';  ;BigulStore7 ' ,,:>-- -w       '-' ' ^A*-  , 'rA',t.boat JulJ of liberty/men from.  H.M.S. Flora>in going to the,ship  i *  \  ^    'CSTERiVSpOR  PATENT ELASTIC  FELT  v MATTRESS  I  S1S.OO     _^ . sis.op.  V  ���������K.  7k   First'Cost is Last Cost tmd Ocly Coet  WEILER  Arc^sleo^> inducer?���������purer, sweeter  clet-uer,  than any other known mat-  -> tteaa the ���������*hole' world over, bf'm'ist'  marvellonsm^rttB, far exfeeclinq thfi  !>?very befit of hair     In fact to devo-  teed ������)f h ������ir their merits aeem incredu  lous of bdipf  or pack  and ar������rer ���������Xr* \i'^ wyt"e-'/ We"h'avo yet  to see a wor.n-u'it P-ttent E!antic F It  Mat ti ess  Tney will never mat;  t, become1: uniivfen '"or' lumpy  ,rer iff trv oyt7 v' We havo vet  ~��������� SlS.oo-  ISf  NET CASK for Full Sise.. f   [ 'x       ������- it  frAIlj'Sjzes carried in  stock.,   ^Prices  "b'ame������a9   New York   and Montreal \  Victoria, B.C.  r;  HIGH-CLASS   FURNISHINGS.  R\MS' ^FOR  'SALE ^     For  Preserving  Jars,   all   sizes.  Rpbher Rir������gs for t-ame, and Sug.-ir,  enquire prices at the Bipc Store; by  so doing you can save money.  "'-������������������������������������o������������������--���������-"'..'���������  om-- being^tvo'fiill^ib r^ore4vv;ayjJ'  th:vn one.',.j Tbe occupafits managed ^  ;fo.get- ashore ^air-right.   *     * ~-y   ,* r.  ' -Crown rFruit-Jars are 50*pei*cent.  ���������bettei^thairany.p'her jar. \ We'have  'em.    Magnet Ca>.h"Store:'-<?    * '  ,, .CpnstableThompson was. in Comox, Friday,������to' investigate the  'theff'of M'r-B. Craw ford'Ahorse and  buggy, from Courtney on t.the previous evening. It was discovered  that some Bluejackets had taken it  during the concert, and as the turn  'out was afterwards found near Mr  Craw,fo.-d,s"-gate, with the- buggy  broken, it was assumed that they  had driven"td Com'ox Bay and then  ,turned the animal loosdj to find its  way home with the buggy. ^r  Thomhondnfornied the officers cf H.  M.S Flora, and the offenders will-  ibe hunted up. ���������������  Mi^sNash is back from a'business  trip below,1 with samples of Fall  Millinery. "Call and see the latest-  styles.  ��������� Mr H. F. Pullen 'and family bid  farewell to Cumberland, Friday  morning, to live in Victoria.     Mr  ton jis Cabinet Minister for calling  \At-General McPbilHps a damn fool  1 in the Houpe  last session, the fol-  " lowing correspondence explains  itself :��������� "Yi'ctoriaj 23rd,���������Sir, Pre-  if<Lnn r      McBride .' has     just  ' ih-  .formed me that he submitted  my  "name   to'you"'this morning  for a  .member  of. the Executive Council  and that you objected to me beooni--  -ing   a member   of his government'.-  Jfit is not asking]too much 1 would  like to know if I have been told the  rtruth;,' If-it's 't)ie  truth then the  people*off.the  little city of Nelson  , have been,,slipped!in  the face, and  if I will be compelled to leave B.C.'-  ',for,i������ lam unworthy to administer  7a vdepartment -of-   the   Provincial  "GbverhmentpT" am   equally, un--  wortKy'of sitting as a 'oqembec; ()6f  -the legislature.    The people of Nel-  eon ?;have honored me three times  Jby electing' irie Mayor andto the  ^-legislature, but lam aenanued to-'.  t/day., to;hokT my'head up in, thiei  -streer.-^Reepectfully   signed,'-John  Houston.     To   Sir "Henri, Joly De���������  ������I/ortbiniererfVictoria." ,.      *'-  ,  '*To John Houston, E-q., M.P P.,  Nel������on,���������Sir, J -have received your  letter of yesterday enquiring if it's  true  that 1 haVe objected to your  u bet oming a member of the Hon, Mr  7 McBride^s government., -It is true.  T-"objected.on account of the unfortunate incident of last session.when  you 'forgot  what (was   d'uetqjthe^  Legislative Assembly,? aa well as to  jVy!������u'rself;;in' your. re^ponsible,posi-  /ti"on."i-, There was no intention ,on'  ��������� mv part--to ibsult either your "con-,  - snitUeiicy'brVypurfcelf-, to judge (,by>  s your letifc������iyou'"appear jto-tHink.-*. I  considered Tthat^I-'had a^paiutul  duty and   I  performed it.���������I,rarn,  yours-obedient servant,-Henri'J. de  Lotbinere."    '  - Yokohama, Oct. 30.���������;A collision  occurred in the fog today off Hakodate, Japan, between the Russian  steamer Progre'&s, and Tokia Maru.  The latter was sunk, and of the 1404  passengers and crew on board only  56 were saved. i     "    '  Vancouver, Oct. 30.���������A Dawson1  special saye���������Jack Burpee, former-,  ly of New Brunswick, has been arrested for stealing letters from'the  mail  at   Bonanza,   where   he  vvas  assistant post-master.     Over 2,000  letters were found in hispo-secMon,  over 100 registered.   The arreet has  caused a s< nsation in Dawson. The  Yukon River is in a very bad con-  odilion,  canting  the  non-arriv.il of  much freight.    -.Potutoes;/ retail  at  15c/r, dmVmuttbnls $lj'per lb.  .. ���������'.'Another stampede^ has occurred  ' to Alsech,..White Horse. Discoverer  "ITD ���������  ihe ���������  y ii www nw mn  CASH STO'llE.  t> '           "WE    JLEAD     OTEEBS      JTOLilAoVT.  " October - Prices.     ,  Box Toilet S^ap r.. 7"]0c  Scrubbing Brn^hep,    10c  t Cup and Saucer,....... .... .<:. -IQc'  ' Wash-Boards,..' '. .. ."'." 25c 1  Set ^M.P." Sad Irons,:": .7 ..  $1 50c1  Granite Lunch Buckets,.. ....'. ,50c  T & B(Tobacco>(plug )*;..... .... '25c ;  Black Jack Stove.P.olish, 7u., 15c  S. B.. Axes,'.   85c, 90c. 'and! %\ ;'  Hair Brushee,'. .A^[ ;.''. /.\ .v;;'; '25c'  Combs,..,��������� .^.. 5c., 10c and 25c,  'Hand*Saw (Diston'.D),,.-. .r $2 25  ��������� r, 11  fA  ���������>'  i  'rX!  Everything   and ^anything L you  require   "at    Bed    Bock    Prices.  T.E.B1TE,  DUNSMUIR ;AVE.,  , Cumberland';  M>  public meeting last night,  '/but by *   ,  7tlie living  gods,  I will down the;/:  'men. who  have  done   me  dirt-at-^,  Victoria; >Lwill not fight the Con-^-.-  seryatives, but'I will fight'Richard"^ -  ;McBride; R..Green. R.G.Tatlow,A; ;':  E.JMc'Phillips  and_ C;%Wilsorif. / l An  will fight them in the. rank'of the1  party,* and, I cbelieve,Jn.doing,!=o,vI.  will be doing the Conservative party . ������  the best service I know."       ' -   A-   '  x- !&��������� L  "A r"  V' ���������  PA  ^-^ -ft I  ,Ti|  ix4  -AC  ���������tirM  -,-- %-.  I    ������ -    :: ���������������  ���������- HI  An  A'A Condensed.^iresr '-,���������'        '   v;  . Kings-City, lslo.,> Oct. 29th.:���������In ' 7't>7i7^  rain-'Wreck- on.Santa^e road-at - -77-- 77-1  /New-Arch, over 50'kil led,'including I A' 1 V~r?  .Mrs -M.2 A. Bbot'h 7Furbow,. second ^J * * f-*''1*  da'ugbtVr ofrWm.^ Bobw, founderlof , i   *"-%7-\$  -Salvation Army. \* ' ,������.-  ,^.-^ . ,7>^   ^7^^^l  "'Victoria,' Oct, _,2%���������Five-mas'ed '���������  American schopner, Wempe, wreck-*  ed on'Bonilla Point." Crew escaped;  ��������������� Hon Goodeve.rebigns.    Fraser o������-  .Grand Forks succeeds.   *' X  "   '  Vancouver, Nov. 2.���������Plans"have  been   passed   for   construction -of,  floating graving dock,  costing-half  a million dollars.    Will be,built in  spring.  Nov; 2���������A crisis is regarded as  imminent in the East, beiween Japan and ' Russin,' says a London  despatch.  .  New York, Nov. 2nd.���������Fourteen  solid blocks destroyed by fire. Loss  $1,500,000, at Coney Wand.< 500  persons homeless.    Ince'i diary.  ������������f '  r jaumxv^j'nxar-mii'vramtB  Shropshire    Rams  Pure bred, and Hi������h-,<?rade Starlings and Ram Lambs. " Good  Stock at Low Prices.  h  GEO.  HEATHERBELL,  Hornby Island, B.C.  /  -   FOE.   BALE.  One Pure B.n-d Berkshire Pcdiarf-'e'  JBoar, 8 ���������months :oid.--���������A.:U equhap.t,  Courtenay. B.C'.  We sf-il..Force, Malta.Vifa,''.ShrKl-  ded  Wheat  Biscuits,   Grape Nuts7  . and   Po-turns   Cereal    Mixture.���������  Stanley H.''Riggs-''  Ask   your   merchant  for   Black7  Jack Rubber Rings.   We have them  Magnet Cash Store. 7  Just opened   Infants  and  Children'^ Waists, Maids' Corsets, Kid  '..fitting,-,Ei: and A. sur* fit, No. 284^  black; D. and . A._ HabitHip and  ,Nursing^Cpnets,^in all; sizes, from  18 to 32'���������Stanley H. Riggs.      'A.  ."���������;:���������      o���������: :  ' *'  S rength and vigor come of good  food, .duly digested, ;" Force," a  ready-to-serve wheat and barley  food., adds no burden, but sustains,  nourishes,   invigorates.  ���������-���������������������������������������������o'7' ~������������������  FOR SALE, Cheap, on easy terms  2 Houses ���������Apply, T, E, Bate.  r,    ,       ,       t i . j i 'brought in 40oz. of course gold and  Puihn  has for several years acted,: ^V^o   u ll* r������ ��������� ������  as  second   master in   the   publicr'^ggetB. -  .  school here, with credit to himself, j"/   Pittsburg, Oct.30���������Dan McLeod  and with the best of feelings of allt \ oi  Nanaimo,   was   defer.ted  scholars   who came into  his class.  As a master, Mr Pullen will be hard  to surpass, and the "News" joins  Ibis many friends in wishing him-  prosperityin his new home and  sphere of action. It is said he will  take his place as Organizer for the  -Woodmen of,the World.  Honest Value for every dollar is  whatybir get at- tlie Corner Store.  The automatic.'..fi;e-alarm has  been put to medical use b}' a French  inventor. The apparatus is placed  under the arm of a fever patient,  and ring? a bell, summoning nurse  or physician, if. the body temperature reaches the da ng<=������r heat.  >; The celebrated Eley Bros, loaded  shells at the Big Store at right  prices.  m a  wrestling match he.e to-day. Jenkins won the first and third falls  . Nanaimo, Oct. 31.���������The Western  FueKCo. has been rewarded for expensive development work on  southern extremity of No. 1 mine,  by striking seam 10 feet excellent  coal, giving that part workings new  lease of-lifr, and demonstrating in-  exhaustable.resourcesof local mines.  At new "slope, Departure Bay, water  has stopped the work l'or the past  few days, but pumps, have ended  trouble and terminated alarmist  reports in circulation.  Nelson, Oct. 31 -"If the Legislature meets and I get a chance to  vote, I will cast my vote for the  Conservative party,"; said John  Houston, member for this city at a  COUNCIL   MEETING.  Present���������Aids. B-\to. McFadyen,  Short and Daniels. Minu'esof last-  meeting lead and adopted. Accounts���������II. Mitchell, shoeing, &c,  $6 20;' G. Palmer, feed. &������.. $12,75;  G. L. Roe. lumber, $18.59 Referred to Fioanco Committee  Mr A H. Pe.icey, here entered,  and apologised for the non-attendance of the other Trustees. School  matters were informally discussed.  MriPeacey asked that a crossing be  placed at the- Presbyterian Church  for the benefit of the school, also  that some changes be made to gates.  Board of Works look the matter in  hand.      Council  adjourned.  I'.mFi^TWM *JTVW  While at the Bay call at the  Comox Bakery and Confectionery  for first-class Bread, Cakes and  Candy.  The im:?ge3  preceding sleep  are  found  by M. Delage  to be retinal;'  they persist as  retinal "glimmers"  after the eyes are closed, and pass to  the cerebrum only when sleep begins i 1  -   /  JiY HEART'S DARLING  jnr  HKOIBCBO.  'CHAPTER XXVIII.  The next day, which, was Sunday,  Lucie Avent to church. As she was  walking 'through the carriage-road,  Weber joined her;", he had just come  ���������out of the_greenhouses He inquired  -for Hortense, but Lucie had not -yet  ���������seen her.  /'Is she not standing there'   by the  window?"  he asked,  looking  toward  'the house.,  Iaicic turned too, but she  ���������sa!w nothing but the curtains.    They  '���������went on talking quietly together. He  -���������stopped at the entrance  to  tho park:  ���������lie would go back and keep Horlense  ���������company   at   breakfast.      "I'ray     for  ���������us," he said,  trying to jest;   but his  ^expression was1 troubled.  ' "Yes,     from   tthe bottom    of    my  Iheart!" she answered, warmly.  ,   He turned quickly and  returned  by  a. side path.    As he inquired for Hortense at the house, lie received the intelligence  that     znadamc had  ridden  out a few moments before. He shrug-  ged his shoulders and looked at  the  L ara.in just beginning, to fall.  T-ucie returned an hour or so later  from church; the breakfast had been  delayed. .Hortense had not yet come  home. At last she-rode into the  ���������eourt-yard. Lucie ,came to meet heron the stairs,  looking anxious.  "Oh,  Hortense,  in this  weather!"  -.Frau i Weber laughed,  butshe    was  ���������trembling with the cold. "I will    be  ���������down  immediately;   please-   do     not  rwait for me." ,; ,  -"Let'-me help' you." = ��������� ,   '_  "No, thank you," sounded back.  'She made a long, wet line on the  'blue carpet as she disappeared  ^through .the door.  'Lucie stayed alone   in th'e     dining-  %oom.     Weber- was *walkihg     up  and  ���������down   in   the  adjoining   room; '  then  ishe heard voices within.  "How  could  you  ride  out. in such  "weather,  Hortensc?" -*<  '"It was a pleasure to me."  *'A great pleasure!'/ said he.    "You  twill be sllJ"  "Do,not    be    vexed."< said a voice  vrvhieh sounded  unexpectedly gentle.  "I am not angry,  only worried."  ���������"I thank you;   but let us como to  "breakfast',"  she said,  and opened the  door into the dining-room. '-   ,  1 .She had still a smile on her lips.  ""<Can'we have something, to    eat?"  fslie asked , Lucie. ,    ,  The  O^ilvie Flour Mills Co., US  ������������mt'  BY ROYAL WARRANT MILLERS TO H. R^ H. THE PRINCE OF WALES  ai  iy  Millinsr  &  Capacity  4  to  *h  fr  (ti  *  MONTREAL.  H'oTAt MIXLS. water power,  Flour     /J '.. "4,500 Hbls.'  GLENORA MILLS, water power, Flour     '. '. f 3,500 UWs.  CITY M1L,������.S, wat������r power.  Corn Products     1     2,000 Bbls.  WINNIPEG.      , , ���������-���������,'���������  WWMrE(S MII.X.S NO. 1. steam. Flour'    \.'.     3.0OO Bbls.  WINNIPEG MILLS NO. 2. steam, Oat Products     /..' '. '.        soo Hblg. .  TOTAL DM������.If CAPACITY    ...... '. '..  12,300 IIbis.  FORT WILLIAM MILLS (under construction)    .., '.     3,000 Bbls.  Head Office:  MONTREAL.  The Company own and operate, in   addition   to? the above mills,   100 elevators,  distributed  throughout '  Manitoba and the Northwest, having a .storage capacity of 3,500,000 bushels, which,  with terminal'elevators-at  Winnipeg and Montreal, - aud including' a 500,000 bushel elevator under construction'at Fort William, give them a  total storage capacity of upwards of 5,500,000 bushels. " -,    ,; ,... , .  ���������,'    ,  C. R. HOSMER, President; Director Can. Pacific Ry. Co.    F. W. THOMPSON, Vice-Pres. and Man, Director:  HON. GEO. A. DRUMMOND ' E. S. CLOUSTON H. M. ALLAN ,  Vice-President Bank of Montreal.  W. A. BLACK,  Gen. Mgr. Bank of Montreal;  . Western    Manager,  Pres. Merchants Bank of; Canada.  Winnipeg.  <?.  '.; - fc  ,  Human  rakes scrape  gother.  verv little  10-  HOUSEHOLD HINTS.  ,   Hon. seldom , pav ,  they are-reputed to  taxes-    0:1  bo  worth.  what  CAUSED BY THE HEAT.  Kasli  on   "Paby'i  ' k'm    Often  Careful   Blotters.  Alarms  'Of,    course; vwe 'have only waited  mademoisel-  ''Grandpapa  a few" 'days  for you."        * 0  "I have a letter from.  '���������Ic."   she  said,   casually.  .-had a faint turn  again  0 -.-ago/! ��������� j,-'.-  'They talked for some time , about  . - "it. >. Weber . said he would write'   to  - a Dr.  Adler  and  a^k 'what he thought  ���������>l it.   ���������   - ' .       ;":  "Please do," said Hortense again)  An that unusually gentle voice.  . jrJbe breakfast passed off more quietly flhari usual. Hortense was not as  fcperverso as ,iwas her wont. Lucie  tried to do many little tilings for her  ^liut she did not appear to notice  '���������them. As they rose, the girl followed her.  "jDear    Hortense,    are  -you warm  ->tio"tt7?    Do put on something.  May I  read to you?"  She declined everything. Lucie went-  to her room, feeling troubled, seated  herself at her work-table, and    went  , on with a cover she was einbroider-  lirxg for  Hortense's   birthday.     There  was a death-like  silence all     around  her;  outside'the rain pattered down;  not a living thing was to be seen in  the  park.        Her   work   fell   into   her  " lap;,   she    laid back    her head     and  ^thought,   not   on   the   past,   she   had  ���������done with   that,   the  threads      were  tbroken.     She  thought  of  the  future;  ashe saw herself .sitting in this    same  "(room,     her  hair     white, v her   brow  wrinkled, her bunches of roses faded,.  grown old  in work,  in care for Ilor-  itcnso and.her house.  'Tlie world might roll  on,   in  storm  und  strife,   in  passion  and  in  happi- [  ,ness: she would  not. feel a   breath  of  dt in her eventless life, with'one day  just  like another.        '  She looked up at the little mirror  standing on the table, and saw her  "blonde hair shining Rho smoothed  5ier, head gently: how long it would  &e before that  became gray!  Just then  whee's  rolled     over     the  ���������gravel  belov%:     and she    could     hear  Iaughim;  and   talking.     What     could  ouch  an  unusual   thing mean?     Vrom  tier window she could not dM in.gwish  .anything,   as   tho  main   building  projected.     Now  the  crunching     of     the  ���������wheel*;  .ceased;     the    carnage      had  stopped-.at   the  dooi;.y    Probably      it  was;. visitors:   if   so   it   would     soon  move away:. -Hortense (lid .not. receive."  any one:'    Tritely, "when   the old Frau  von B��������� had called, announcing that  ���������she; had   known     iJoitten.sfc'si'iuo'ther,,  ���������I-Ierr Vober had  to  receive the    lady  ..alone,   and   excuse   Hortense   on     account of "headache:" ���������  Alt was still again; Lucie took up  fcer work vind embroidered the gay  silks  in  the linen.  .   During-   the summer   months ��������� a  rash  often    appears  0117 the  !ace, .neck Fand  bodies   of   babies and'  small children  which   is   liable" to-alarm   the careful  mother.      It -is  due,to   the  excessive  'heat,    and    while   not    dangerous    is  the cause  of much suffering.   Immediate  relief     is' given , by dusting     the  eruption   libera-lly    with   Babe's   Own  Powder,   which   -may  be  had   at, any  druggist's,  but   to cure the tioivble a  medicine must 'Lo given that   will cool  the blood of 1 ho* little sufferer.  Baby's  Own Tablets will be found a positive  blessing  in,such  cases  and   will  .soon  restore    the  ciearress   and   beautv   of  baby's   skin.\Mrs.'"'Clifton   Cuyier.   of  Kincardine,   Out.,  sajs :   '   *"3Jv  baby  had a rash, break out  on her f-ice and  all  over  her  bod> .   I gave  her medicine,  but   the  eruption  iiever  left her  until I gvive  her   Baby's    Own    Tablets,    and   after   using   them   a   short,  time the  rash enl irolv  disappeared. 1  have also  given her  the Tablets    for  constipation  with the  best of  results:  they   act   gently    but promptly, (and  always  make  baby  qiyet  and restful  I think  the Tablets'a splendid  medicine     for    young    children."    Baby's  Own>   Tablets   may be   had from     all  druggists  at  25 cents    per  box,    and  Baby's    Own    Powder    at   the     same  price.      If you   prefer  10  order direct  they    will   be  sent   postpaid    on  . receipt  of  price  by   tho  Qv.     Williams'-  "MedUrine  Company.  Brockville.  Ont.  One bad t urn  olution for the  deserves  better.  another liev-  Radiurn. when brought iiejr a diamond-in. the .dark, will make it sparkle. Paste diamonds are not so affected.  Japan imported last year SI,471,-  000 worth of watches, four-fifths of  them from-Switzerland.  Bilious?  Dizzy?   Headache?   Pafnj  ick. of your eyes?   It's youi)  j back, of your eyes  liver!    Use Ayer's Pills;  j Gently laxative; all vegetable^'  I Sold for 60 years.         J.O.Ayi  Kwrill.  crOo-  Want your Moustache or beard  a beautiful brown or rich black? Use  GWS DYE  ^"���������im CT8.  tl.  P. RAX& * CO., 9A.SSCA, K. K.  1 Never _ sleep, opposite a window cr  where a strong light will strike the  eyes ou awakening. ' . *  When polishing grates add a Jittle  powdered alum to the black lead, and  you will find it does its work better.  ,If in covering a kitchen, table with  oilcloth a layer of brown paper is put  ,on first it" will< prevent the" oilcloth  cracking and make it-wear three times  as long. 7   '  To  restore polish  to the  surface of  marble make'a paste with oxide of tin  or putty powder and water. ' Rub w<ell  in with a piece of rag. then polish with  clean rag.                     ,<������������������-.,  ��������� To keep mattresses <clean cover them'  with unbleached calico''cases.    Do >the,  same. tov your pillows.    ,The..cases can  be taken off and washed occasionally,  and the'mattress will keep clean for  years..      '-        >__'    >���������     ' ,   X    ' ' K '���������''   ���������.  , For   grease  spots -, on J matting 'use  fuller's  earth.,    Make  it into  a thin*  paste with. water and spread - quickly  over'the spots.    When  dry brush . off  the- loose powder,  and tbe spots will  have disappeared.                 r~  , A  housekeeper claims that gilt picture  frames, ornaments,  etc.,  may  be  made to look as good as new if sponged '  with a mixture made with an ounce of  alum, an ounce of common kitchen salt,  two ounces of purified niter and a gill  of water.  '   "White Hair.  Have you silvery white hair of which  you are justly proud?   The silvery or  snowy head is unusual and should ba  valued at its proper worth.    So called  silver ������������������ or   snow   tresses   are   usually  dusty gray, drab, yellowish white or a  sickly snuff color.    The brunette, as a  rule, makes the handsomest old lady,  as her hair turns white if it changes  with age or from any other cause. The  blond is apt to have tresses/of half a  dozen different shades once the silver  threads    appear    among    the    gold.  Blenches  are  powerless  to  hurry  the  whitening  process.   , The   hairdressers  have not yet discovered  a  process to  bleach. hair  white.     Frequent   shampoos with castile soap and a little soda  in the water will keep the many shad-'  ed hair bright and live looking during  the aggravating transition stage.   Once  it is a good, clear, clean white an invaluable   aid   in   keeping   it   so  is  to  rinse  it after the shampoo  in  bluing  water.     The effect  will   be  the same  as when clothes are blued.    The limp,  yellow hue will give way to a bright,  clean white.  COMPANY,  UNITED    ���������  H. H. Fudger, President.   J. Wood, Manager".  Our Fal 1 and Winter Catal6gite.  .Send 11s,your full,name and address, plainly .written, and. we  will;bte' pleased to send"you in return ������ copy ,of our handsomely (  illustrated Fall'aud9 Winter'Catalogue, just" issued'and now ready  for mailing. No home ,m Canada should be without Simpson's  Catalogue. It is a"text.book, for Canadian ,retail buyers the Dominion over.    It is yours for the asking': >   Write7for it.'  Three^ Mail Order SpeGials.  Ladies' Dollar Gloves for 59c.  The three following bargains--are -reserved -for our Mail Order customers. We have s'ecured a' large quantity of; each1,line, but cannot- guarantee to fill orders received after''October 1st."1903. ,.To !bo positively  sure of  getting >;our share of-them, we',would adviso-ordering at once.  No. 1  until October 1st,  Mail Order Extra , Special Ladies', P.rench  made, - real kid  Swede Gloves, 3  domes, 6had es .  new champagne  (very popular),  modes, .beav rs,  tana, greys' and  blacks; newest  embroidery, n o  be Iter fitting gl r.ye  madoi and-.being  made of real kid  skin,they look and  wear we! 1. Regular  , $1.0) Quality and  much better' than  - most dollar "loves  1903, per pair 59c.  Mail Order- Extra  Special Ladies?  Frenchrmado real'  Kid Gloves, glace  finish, 2 domes,  black -and white  only, eelf, and-  black-,or- white  embroidery.  This glove is made  of genuine kid skin  and will fit, look  and wear as well as  the most expensive  gloves.1 Regular  $1.00Quality. Until October i������t,  1903,per pair 59c  Men's Dollar Gloves for 59c,  Regular $1.C0 Quality.   Until October 1st, 1903, per pair 59c.  Mail Order Eitra  Special, Men's Tan,  Mocho Gloves, with  pure wool-fleeced  lining, i dome faat-  ener,nalf pique sewn.,  This- glove is 'made  by one of the best  Canadian ma ker ,and  is an Al glove in  every   respect.  ADDRESS,  THE  ROBERT  ������ IM DC IIII COMPANY TORONTO, ONT.  UllfirOUHUMITE0   DEPT. N.W.T.  .w-a\&-,S;- tCONTIN UEII.-J  '������*?<;.  Talk.  The normal man. who strikes an av-  -srage between indifferent silence and  "meaningless verbosity, will talk probably one hour, all to Id, each day, which  ������������������would allow him 2.400 words.  . Ovo.rS50.000 women voters will,'it  is; paid, go to the polls at the coming Australian  fedei-ai   elections.  It's worth  Ten ceiits  house of  to dear your  flies and  Easter Is the Sunday which follows  that fourteenth day of the calendar  awon which falls upon or next after  She 21st tiny of March.  s  Fly Pads  will do it.  The  "Just  Alike."  Few people perhaps notice that-all  omnibus wheels are painted yellow,  says the London Chronicle, so that any  wheel may be worn with any bus color;  Every circus ring In7 the world is of  precisely the same diameter, whatever  the size of the auditorium, so that the  rider knows the angle at7 which' he  must lean in San Francisco is the angle of safety in St. Petersburg. Even  the ladder is "standardized." Every  hodman in England knows what he  has'to step when toiling up the builder's ladder, -though he may not know  it is seven inches. The sailor who runs  up the ratlines has twelve inches as a  step, and that makes a run possible,  and the firemen's ladder is crossed  with exact equivalence to the ratline!*.  The" baby  on   its  first  should  weigh  birthday.  20.i   pounds  The   United   States   now   takes  the   world's  crop   of  rubber.  half  It is estimated that half a million  New Yorkers are awake and busy, legitimately  or   otherwise,   all   night.  Onlv  holds  one  medical  student  in  twelve  u   degree  in   arts.  "Hayli   devotes   almost   one-sixth   of  its   ie\eiiue  to  free schools.  Kvei'.v  debt of  ..Frenchman  9150  on  his  is, born   with  shoulders^ -  ., France, spends 35  per .cent/" of   her  resources   on   military   preparations.  A raw potato cut, in half and rubbed on fingers stained with vegetable  paring.will remove the discoloration.  HAS NO  EQUAL  , For  Spavin ������f  RIngbono  Splints,  Curbs,   ,  and kll fornu ������(  Lameness,  bunches or bouf  ' ���������alargtnuct*.  Dr. B. J; Kendall C������,, \ have used -.your. Kendall's Spavin  Cure for 30 years ������niil have found it an infallible remedy.  Please mail me your book at once as 1 have a colt I am now  having trouble with. Vours truly. V- L. JARVIF. Dayton,Texas.  Asa liniment for family use it has no equal. Price SI; Bis:  for S6.AsJc your druneist-for KENDALL'S 8PAV1N  CURE- also " A Treatise on tho Horse."' ihe book free.  or address   . Dr. B. i. Kendall Co., Enosburg Falls, VL  A .Ho si  IT.  "���������Why.  ?lirt  ������������������>?. I'm  g'  arl  to see you  so lively  agai  a.    Von  were quite  lame  wltem I  1;  ������st V  :ct you.'  1  "Oh. y.-.<  .<: I  was aw  fully lame  then.  But th.i't  v.'as   before  I  got a verdict  or"   $5,000  ���������as  iiinst- tile  railway  com-  uauy."  ������������������ _  ������������������    'y  ^ 'li  rfD  TH  ���������'���������������&  ���������5-4?'  $E-  Brother Ga.rdner   Lecturer  on  Spooks.  ,    Dreams- &nd   Thing./-  i/-  Y    fr'on's,",   said    Brother  Gardner'16 th3 members cf  the Limekiln club after the  windows had been opened  io lot tlie smoke'out, "I has bin told  dat Samuel'Shin am-not heuh tonight  bekase  he  met   up wid- a  spook  two  eavenin's a$o"an' de glibst mighty neab  broke his baclc'.  7,"I ,has also ;biu "toldv dat Cartwheel  Johnson was a'fenred tb leave his house  bekase of a dream he, had, an' 'dat Give-'       '   . adam_ .Tone?  am  keepin' mighty  quiet nowadays  be ks-so he has  seen a sigu iu de  heavens dat he  am not Jong fur  dis world,  r "In my time I  has had a heapof  experience wid  Rich things, an' I  am gwino to say(i  a few words to  fyo'. - In de fust  place., am dar  sich^a thing as a  spook? I answer  dat dar is. I bev  seen1 as many as  fo'teen ', ot dem  iii de last' fo'ty  years,     r,  "A. spook am-a  thing all kivered  up ' in   a"  white  sheet an' flbatin'  ,,   around in de darkness.   A spook alius  " carries a  club a!n" grits its teeth!    If  yo'  has  bin  downtown  shoo tin'  craps  '    till midnight an' has lost1 de $2 de bid  woman  wanted, fur a ,pair of shoes  keep yo'r eye out fur spooks  as yo"  open de gate. , Look to de right an' de  .   left as yo'' tiptoe, along.,' Yo' hope de  A old woman.'am in bedan' sound asleep  ,    an' dat de spooks hey all gone off to a  1   cake walk," but a'surprise party awaits1  " yo'.    'Bout de'time yo'put yo'r hand  -on de knob of de kitchen doah a spook  rises up from behind an ash bar'l an'  ravings a  club' ag'in de  back  of yo'r  neck, an' de next half hour am all a,  " dreain to yo'. ���������' < 7       , !  :    "I   don't   know   what   dream. Cartwheel Johnson had, but I'ze had .some  ,powerful-warnin's in my time.    s    .  - "Once ,1  dreamed pf walkin'   in de  . .\ road7widt seben brack cats foilerin' ar-  ter mo. an' de next day,I got into a  :"dispute 'wid'Deacon,"Taylor, 'bout  de  BROTHER 'GARDNER.  I don't want to gib Mrs. Shin away,  but I can't hev de discipline of dis  club npsot.  "When I git frew talkin' wid Brudder Shin I ,shall drap in on Brudder  Johnson'1 an' ax him 'bout dat dream  of his dat made him a feared to come  out tonight. He may hev dreamed dat  he was'up-in a balloon or down hV-a  coal mine, but'l reckon he'll be trottin'  up,an' down dc^road at a lively gait  widin ten minutes arter I strike his  house. ' ,^���������4- .,  "As fur Brudder Jones, who has seen'  a sign an' am steppin' around softly.  I "want to ax him what sort of a -sign  it was."        ' r     ���������_v _(_  "It was a red moon, sab!" announced  Brudder Jones'in a.hushed voice.  '   "Au" did yo'"see it at midnight?"  "Yes. sab."        -   .  "An'- ober yo'r, left shoulder?"  "Yes, sab."   ' f ., ,  "An' did a black cat yeowl out at de  same minute?"  "She did, sab:"  '< "Dat's a bad sign,, Brudder Jones���������a  werry bad sign,, It's a sign dat de windows of'dis hall want washin' an' da  stove a coat of blackin? an' dat if yo",  as janitor, don't hev de work all done  befo' de next meetin' of dis club I'll  hev an interview, wid yo' in de anteroom dat will make yo'r heart ache for  a month.  "An' Tzo gwino to say jest a word or  two. to do' rest of yo'. , Dis Limekiln  club am supposed to be composed of  sensible pussonsy  It am de reprosenta  "tive  an'  mouthpiece of- do  GO.000,000  c'ull'd. men in America.    Its members  am  s'posed to hev passed de aige~of  -ghosts an' spooks, dreams an' signs, an'  to  be   lookin'   on   do   serious   side   of  things. ' We ain't stoppin',de wheels^ of  progress bekase a black cat happens to  cross-de road in front of us, an' we  ain't  turnin'   into   chill'en   bekase   we  ���������hear de bray of a mewl ober our left  shoulder.* ;, .-'.'���������  ' "I want no mo' nonsense.    Yo' want  to drap all ghosts an' spooks < an' ,signs  down de .well, an' yo' want to wake'up  in de'mawhin' an' send all yo'r dreams  out of de window.   It's either dat or go.  "De next, member who sees a. spook  or dreams a' dream will find de doahs  locked on him, an' If he hangs around  too long I shall make it my duty to  leave de ,cha'r<an' go out an' make him  see sich' signs dat  his ears won't git  ober feelin'.'cold fur a year to cum. -  "We-will now break dis meetin' in  two an' go home, but I shall foller clus  behind sartin members/an' in case dey  see any-white, crows or - red jnoons  lpafiu' around dey kin look out'fur consequences dat will lift deir heels off de  airth.'\      ������-     '       .<>   ;   "   M. QUAD.  JLiffte Maud. m?anfod .'  Maud and Margery worried the life  out 017 their mother by rumih g away  At h?asi once a week she1 would alarm  tlie neighbors, and a bunt world hi  started 'to find tlie runaways. Usually  they had not gone far, but their mother  was very much frightened overy time  she missed the 'little midgets. She determined to break them of this triple.  Calling them to her room one day. f-he  said: "Now, I have never whipped my  little danghteis. but ii" they run away  again both of them are going to receive  a smart whipping. Now, remember  that the ,next time you are tempted to  leave the yard." '  The two, little sisters looked very  grave and promised never to run away  again. But a few days after they forgot all about their mother's injunction  A. -Picnic Wit  Colle  the  FOOLING  THE  SMOKERS.      j  "What did you do win-:! Miss Kaudid  said she thought jou wrre odd?'!    ,  "Told her Vd gi-t even."���������Cornell  !Widow. -   ' 1  jl v  ������f ,'\.mount of'Periqac  SoltJ,  uut  ,   Only a. Uttle fla.5.ve������l.  ,1,  "Speaking of tobacco consumption,"  said a diligent user of the weed w"io  knows a tew things about the business,  "il" imitation is the sJnc-erost flattery in  everything then Louisiana pcrique tobacco occupies a . singularly enviable  position in the world of mild narcotic  pleasures. The annual production of  the famous brand of tobacco is between  40.000 and 50.000 pounds, the total production of the world-famous vacberies  of St. James .parish. Yet"it is of record,  according 'to the statement of a drummer who w.-is recently in New Orleans,'  Soph���������That was the cleanest same of  ball I ever saw. '  Junior���������What^ame?,    - ���������        t  - Soph���������Why, tbe'Wiiter polo match.���������,  Columbia Jester. ��������� >' ) ���������'  "Another tragedy," said 'the cynic  as shrill shrieks arose from,the ruined  cistern. "I suppose there'is a woman,  at the bottom of it."���������Yale Keeordr   ���������  and raced out of the yard and far clown  the street.    Their mother found them j that his house uses -200.000 pounds of  grim-1 pcrique tobacco a yfhr as an ingredient  talking to a big colored man and gri  ly brought them home. Then slip took  them' into the house, gave them the  switching promised and sat them down  ���������hard in two little chairs in the nursery.  Maud's screams were terrific, ancl. as  'her mother heard them from the' library downstairs 'she said to herself,  ������\VeIl. I guess' ther-. punishment has  made an impression' on those children,  and they won't run away again.", ��������� ���������  Just then there was a , momentary  lull, in Maud's yelling, and,her mother  heard Margery sob out: "Now, Maud,  you just stop crying a minute. I want  to have 'em hear me cry!"���������New York  Times. ,   ".     "���������  o   .    ' ' That Time  Is  Paat..  "A, poor,���������- man," ' remarked Weary  Wraggles from the northeast corner of  the haystack, ."ain't got er chancet 'even  to gether der crums from de rich' man's  table nowadays."  "Dat he ain't,;? replied Tired Tatters  cheerfully," "fer most of der rich men  has got such; bad, digestions dat dey  don't eat nuttin' but milk an' eggs."���������  Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.  Wliy  Solomon  Doubted.        (  .The littlo boy was asked by a Sunday  school" teacher to write  all   be  knew  if  garden of-Eden an' wa3<laid up in bed      ,     x ���������  7 -��������� .-     i ������-���������  fur a a eel- , about Solomon and hand his paper to  .<*+'      Y-r ' j-      \ j her the next  Sunday.    The  following  I  "���������)  'At anodder time I dreamed I was a  black hoss cbasin' a white cow around,  an' it wasn't two days befo' I cum  downwid de mumps an' couldn't git  my mouf open fur ten days.  "Ag'in I dreamed dat'l was a feather  bed, an' dat a cull'd pusson had stole  me off de fence whar I was 'takiu' a  sun bath, an' dat werry night my  dawg died in conwulsions an' de roof  of de wood shed caved in.  n "I has aiso had experience wid  signs. ,  "One night as I was 'bout startin*  out to go up de alley wid a bag on  my arm I saw a star fall from de  heavens. I should hev turned back an'  gone to bed, but I didn't. I, kept on  after dose chickens, an' 'bout de time  I got 'em a policeman got me. an' 1  went up. fur thirty days.  "At anodder time I was gwine along  de' road an' a hunchback asked me  what time it was. It was sich a good  sign dat I invested fo' dollars in a lottery ticket an' lost ebery cent of it.  "Oh. yes. my frens.' I has had heaps  ,an' heaps to do wid spooks an' dreams  an' signs an' ha'nts. an' yo' kin&cum  to me-fur adwice any time. I'll save  yo' de trubble. howeber, by givin' yo'  some adwice right heah an' now.  "On  my  way   home  dis  eavenin'   I  shall drap  into  Samuel  Shin's  cabin  Sunday he handed her a slip of paper  on which was written:  "King Solomon was a great and wise  man. lie had 100 wives. ' After that  he did not believe in God."���������New York  Times.  Unmppprecl&tlve.  of one of the 'pcrique'mixtures' .supplied to tlie smoking public of America.  Where the periquc comes from the  drummer does not know;,but he knows  that his house last year sold perique-  , mixture in volume sufficient to account  for the disposal of four or five times  the entire production of -the genuine  pcrique crop.  "The term 'perique, crop,' however, is  a misnomer/for perique tobacco is not  a natural product, but manufactured.  A. particular' tobacco is grown and then  treated especially, with the result 6?  what is commercially known as perique. The many imitations with which  the public are supplied are, it is said  by experts, virtually the same in quality and flavor,'though not the same as  perique in either the6'original, natural'  leaf nor in process of manipulation into  ���������marketable' ways,' acetic , acid' being  used by some ��������� commercial houses,  whereas the genuine perique is not subjected to the influence of aiv foreign  inatterwhatever."   '  -  - The Actor���������Yes, 1 am to recite Ham-'  let's soliloquy���������     r '        -'  The Critic���������The audience ought to'  sympathize .with you.,. ,    .,   ���������"  Actor���������IIow?  Critic���������Wrhy. it'll be such hard lines''  for both of you.���������Harvard,Lamppdu.  Long Winded Lover���������Ah  mc!    And  'how can I show you all'I have within^  my heart for you? , h ,"  She'(desperately bored;,���������Cut it, out.������������������,  Yale Record.      ' ���������  <-, ,        ,   .   ,  1 ,.  Crusty  Old  Gent, (to 'tramp)���������"What!  Begging'again?    Didn't I give you a������  dime yesterday for a meal?  Tramp  (sarcastically)���������Yes,  I rknow, ,  gov'nor, but I overate, and I want to  get' some   medicine -for  it���������Columbia  Jester. ,   '" ' ��������� .   *    -  v '4  Explained.'  c  Incomplete Luxury.  "You can afford to smoke cigars that  cost a dollar apiece," said the less successful friend.  "That's true," answered Mr. Cumrox  regretfully, "but mother and the girls  insist on my sitting out in the park to  smoke one of 'em the same as if it  wore a pipe."���������Washington Star.  It's   Hid   Moneyi  fP      B1'  "Freddy,, you come back here with  that penny. Mamma told me to give  it to the heathen."  "That's all right. Grade. She called  me a little heathen yesterday."���������San  Francisco Examiner.  "My singing teacher says I must  practice three hours a day."  "Yes, but she didn't say you were to  practice  on   me,  did  she?" ��������� Chicago  American.   ,  . .��������� ,  '  The Gloating'*  Bonney���������Come, now, be frank! What  is there at the beach that is so delight'  ful?  Feldby���������Oh, there's nothing there  that's delightful. The delight comes  when you run up to town and tell the  can't-get-aways what splendid times  you're having.down by the sea.���������Boston Transcript:  The Balkan Crownw.'~  Assassination tempered by abdication  ���������such^has been the fate of most Balkan rulers. Since tbe Balkan peoples  were '-emancipated King,7 Otho of  Greece, - Prince Cuza of Roumania,  ,'Prince Alexander cf Bulgaria. Prince  Alexander Karagcorgevitch and "King  Milan of Servia have been forced to  ^abdicate, while Prince Daiiilo of Montenegro, Prince Michael? King Alexander and Queen Draga of Senua, as  well,as.Kara George, the Servian liberator, have been murdered.'      "   '  In addition ^attempts were made on  the lives of the late Queen Amalia and  King,George kof Greece, as,well as on  the late King Milan "of Servia.  Out of the sixteen Balkan rulers who  have hold sway during the lastcentury  four alone���������two Montenegrins and Mi-  losh Obrenovitcli "I. and the short lived  Milan Obrenovitch II. of Servia���������died  peacefully on their'thrones, while four  are still alive. The remaining eight  were all murdered or expelled, and  even Milosh Obrenovitch, was once  compelled to abdicate temporarily.  - /f  4 it  Vj-l  /jftr*������   tV_;  ^  , ^.^ ^     /gS?  UncomicloacncgR.  "But is there such a thing as an unconsciously pretty girl?"  "Certainly. When a pretty girl  knows everybody knows she's pretty,  of course she's unconscious. Why  shouldn't she be, pray ?"���������Detroit Free  Press.  Envied.  "Alas!" moaned the poet. "I put my  most soulful thoughts on paper, but my  messages fall,,be fore the eyes- of the  unthinking canaille.. They laugh at  everything I write."  "Alas," moaned the humorous poet,  "I wish I had your luck!"���������Judge.  Not Popular.  Miss Prim���������No, I never dance. When  ii man asks a girl to waltz with him  it's just the same as if he were to ask  her, "May I hug you?"  Miss Pert���������Oh. yes! And so they  never ask you to dance.���������Philadelphia  Press.  New  Storie*  About  ihe  Knlvcr.  An anecdote about the kaiser Is reported from Metz. When he was told  nt the railway station that 2,000 girls  in the costume of the country awaited  his arrival he asked the official who notified him of this fact if he must kiss  them all. To the burgomaster he said,  "See that they all become worthy mothers of soldiers." During a ride which  the kaiser made in the neighborhood he  asked his suit if it were-not possible  to find a grasshopper anywhere. After  some search a grasshopper was found,  which was carefully packed in card-  "board at the kaiser's request and sent  ns an imperial present to the regiment  of fusileers of the guard stationed at  Potsdam. The explanation is that this  regiment is popularly known as the  Grasshoppers.  "Jones" tbld^ me  that  horse couldn't,,  lose, and there he is running last."   -  "I guess Jones was holding the dope  sheet upside, down when' he, figured  that out.'.'���������New York Evening Journal.*  /    The   Sen  Willow.  "What have- you got all that green  stuff on your head t for?" 'inquired tho  first mermaid.  "Why, didn't you know of my husband's death?" replied the other.  "These are mj7 'widow's seaweeds."���������  Philadelphia Press.  1 ,i>i  So  Good  Effect* Noticed.  She���������The milliner told me that she  had been down to the dentist's to have  a nerve killed.  He���������Well,  from  the prices she asksv  for hats I should say the dentist must  have killed the wrong one.���������Stray Sto������*  ries.  His  Talent..  "John Henry, I'll thrash you soundly  if I ever catch you telling another  story that isn't true."  /'And yet. ma. I heard you say to-  the minister that I had great iniagination."���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Donbtfnl   Consolation.  "I'm afraid," said Willie Wishingtou,  "that I lack self confidence."  "Cheer up," said Miss Cayeune.  "Perhaps that fact indicates that you  are a. good judge of human nature."���������  Washington Star.  TUen He Stopped the Clock.  May���������Oh, George, papa set the alarm  for 10:30 tonight.  George���������Indeed! Didn't you remark  the other night that the ticking was  monotonous and annoyed you?���������Chelsea Gazette.  Not That Way.  "They say." he remarked, "that grip  can be caught hy kissing."  "That can't be the only way. though,"  she-answered. ."Mother had it last  week, and now father's down with it."  ���������Chicago Record-Herald.  Coverlewa   Carta.  Dubbs���������Chubbs turned prematurely  gray the other morning.  Tubbs���������Why, how did it happen?  Dubbs���������They were collecting ashes in  his block.���������New York Herald.  "SEBEN. BRACK CATS FOLLERIN' WE."  fur a little chat, an' if-1 find he hasn't  got sense 'nuff in his head to know dat  de spook dat fetched him,a whack was  his old woman, den he won't be a member of -clis club ober two days, longer.  His  Estimate  of  Himself.  Clara���������Pa, George says he isn't half  Sood enough to be my husband.  Father���������Humph! He talked to me  as if he was plenty good enough to  have me for a father-in-law.���������Detroit  Free Press.  To detect salicylic acid in food add  a little tincture of iron to the food on  which tlie acid is supposed to be. and  if it is there the iron will cause it to '  Sure  Thine.  Hobo Charley ��������� Say, loidy, if dat  dawg &ites me he dies.   See?  Lady���������I believe you. I don't see how  he could ever recover from it���������Baltimore American. -  Showing: the  Way.  "Whose little boy is this, I wonder?"  asked the old gentleman.  "There is two-ways you could find  out," said the small boy.  "How so, my son?"  "You might guess, or you might in-  Reptilen and Water.  A Viennese naturalist. M. Werner,  has been investigating the sense perceptions of reptiles and amphibians  and has arrived at some unexpected  results. After examination of 186 individual animals be has come to the  conclusion that these creatures have  some power of finding water not possessed by human beings. They seemed  capable" of going direct to a body of  water of the existence of which they  would, it appeared, have no ordinary  means of knowing. According lo M.  Werner, the sight of the reptiJia is like  that of fish���������distinctly limited to near  objects���������while their sense of bearing  is very poor. ;  Cnrativc   Treatment.  "Your father used lo say he couldn't  afford the trouble and expense of keeping a pony for you. How did you cure  him of that idea?"  "I just kept on nagging him."���������Chicago Tribune.  Wouldn't   Warm   Up.    ,  "It was really chilly or> the porch  last evening," she said.  "What was the matter?" asked ber  dearest friend. "Wouldn't he pror-  pose?"���������Chicago Post  turn violet.  j qui:'?," replied the small boy.  Can't   Charge  Too   Much.  In Hungary the prices of veterinary  medicines are fixed by the ministry of  agriculture.  Hard   Sauce   For  Ptnldingrn.  Cream half a cup of butter until  light and white,' then stir in gradually  the same weight of pulverized sugar.  Make up in tho form of a pyramid and  grate nutmeg over it For rice or cabinet puddings.  Can't  Alvrajris  DraTT  a. I*rir.e-.  vMrs.'Quizzy���������Being an heiress, I pren  j sume you had your pick of the-men?   .  Mrs. Bloitt���������Yes, and, I regret to sayK  I   picked   the   wrong   one.���������Baltimore*  American.  Beautifying the city by setting  out  trees ancl  shrubs  is  one of  the  good  I works of the Woman's Health Protective association of Galveston, Tex.  Dis<ic:a.nile<l.  "Why, what's the matter. Bridget?"  "Your    husband    says,    ma'am," my  cooking   reminds    him   too   much   of  vours."���������Life.  Pride.     j;' '.  "Whar is you goin' wif dat fishin'  pole?" >��������� ''  "I's gwine fishin'."  "What you gwine fishin' fob?"  "You doesn' speck me to sit down an'  loaf all day whaii all dose gossipy people kin see me an' not look like I was  doin' sumfirv, docs yer?"���������Washington  r C.  H. TARBELL.  s  r '  c i i  j  High Grade Stoves  ���������  and all Kitchen Requirements  SPORTSMENS C400DS .  & GENERAL HARDWARE  JOHNMcLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS      ,  C^NPY, FRUITS,  CIGARS &' TOBACCOS.  TAIAKA & HAKAbO,  DK.VLERS , IN  BRANTFORD   '.  ,    . ...MASSEY HARRIS,  '   and other High-grade Wheels.  Wheel: and Bro Repsirii������  NEATLY & PROMPTLY DONE.  Makers of tbe celebrated  Solar Ray ���������  Acetylene   -:-   Machines  3rd St.,    Cmnteland  Mainr Cigar Factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEST  ON  EARTH.  -CUBAN   BLOSSOM"  c     A   UNION MADE C1UAR  FROM   THL���������  ��������� Cuban Oigar Factory  Iffaunfactured by  P   GABLE & CO., NANAIMO, B.C.  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Donald  McKay.  r  Prime Meats, ,r    '  'Vegetables &   Fruits   x  flg^*    In Season.  DAILY DELIVERY.  WaVeriy   Hotel  First- Class Accommodation  .. 7-at Reasonable Kates ...      '  i  mm f  BEST  OF WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PBOPR'EroR.  The Pionepr Watchmaker,  Jeweler and Opt-cian  Eyes, Tested Free..  When in Cumberland  STAY  AT THE....... 1..  ��������� ' VENDOME.'.  *2T   All Gonvkniences vob Guksts.  The Bah is Suppuki> wira        (    ,  Best Liquors and Cigars  ' , .Of 4    '  R. S. K0BK3TSON.  Morro'cfyi Bros.,  BAKERS  ���������  it'  (T3REAI), Cakes and Pie" delivered  daily to"any part of City.  Fur/ .to^tc ov' 4  (}rorerjeH  pRUITS,  Candies,    "���������  ���������  PIPES, Cigars,  Tobaccos.  AND NOVELTIES; AT_        -V  ���������Mi.s ���������.' WA-LKEB^  ���������    '    7   (Whitney Block.)  You have the money,' I _ha\e the  Goods, now I wV'iit ihe -minify, and  you wan������ tne Got ds so come and  see what bargains you carp get'.-,  All the Latest MAGAZINES '  and  FAPEliS  on hand .  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MAKA,HO  no  od rie tor.  s. s. v,City of Nanaimo:*  Leaves Victoria Tuesday. 6 a.m., for Na-  ���������     naimo,   calling  at   Mus,yraves, Vesuvius, Ciofton. Kuper, and Thetis ���������  Islands (one week) Fulford, Ganges,  and Fetnwood (following week).  Leaves  Nana,mo  Tuesday,   5   p.m ,  for  , Comox, connecting with s,s. Joan ati  Nana'ino.  Leaves   Comox Wednesday,   8 a.m., for  N.maimo    direct,   .connecting  train lor Victoria  Leaves N.maimo Thursday,  7 a.m ,  Comox and wav ports.  Leave= Coinox  Friday,   7 a.m., foil's aim o and way ports.  Leaves   Nanaimo   Friday,   2 p.m.,  week   for   Ganges,   next   week  Ladvsmith.  LeavesGanges or Ladysmith Saturday, 7  a.m., for Victoria and wav ports.  VANCOUVER-NANAIMO ROUTE  S. S  -JOAN."  Sails from Nanaimo 7 a.m. 'daily except  Sundavs.  Sails from Vancouver after arrival of C.  P.R. Train No. 1. daily except Sundays, at 1 p m.  with  ,  for  Na-.  one  for  TIME TABLE   EFFECTIVE  JUNE 1st,  1903.  VICTORIA TO WELLINGTON.  No. 2- Daily. No. 4- Sunday  A M  De. 9 00 Victori-a   '*    9.28   Coldstream  Y M.  11  Vp  Hard-Burned and ordinary Bricks. .  Tire: Bricks,   ...     ....   Pressed and OrJinary.  Bruin  T'des���������r    ...     ...    sin., 4111., and 6in  Fire Backing of all kinds to order.  ���������< in.-24   "11.00     ���������  JP..A1.  ',' 12 40  .  Ar 12 85..  "WELIil^C?  No. .1���������Uail  A.M.  De.' 8.00.-   ������<    8.20 .  " 10 02   " 10.42   ������' 11.-3S   Ar 12.06.  .Koeuig'a.  Duncan's..  Nanaimo..  Well ing ten .  4.00  4 28  5 2)  5.55  11  0.41  7.37  ���������li-'' TO viotobia:  No. 3���������Sunday  ��������� ���������'���������'.' -     A.M. .   .  De. 4 00  "4 15  " 5.55  " ���������'(> 30  " 7.27  Ar 7 55  tOBT-OsTICK  ADDlitSt  3B-    oTji^csErt^Xj^-isriD b-o  . . .Wellington. .  .. .Nauaimo.'...  . . .Duncan's. .._.  . . .Koenig's   . . 7C')ldsi.rcam..  .. .Victoria.....  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tickets on sale, good ovei rail and ste..tmer  lines, :U two and one-half cents perortile.  Special trains and steamers for F.xcur-  sions,nnd reduced rites for parties may  !>e arranged for on application to the  Traffic Manager.  The Company reserves the right to  change without previous notice, steamers  sailing dates and hours of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  all Stations, good for going lourney Saturday and Sunday, returning nut later  than Monday.  Geo. L. Courtney,  Traffic Manager.  MUNICIPALITY, OF      ���������  THE CITY,,OF  CUMBERLAND. '  THE POUND BY-LAW.  The Municipal Council of the .Corporation of the City of Jumberland,  enacts as follows :���������  1. At such place or places aa shall be designated Dy : he Council trom tune to time a  City Pound may be established and shall be  maintained as such by the Corporation ot  the City of Cumberland.  2. The Council may; from time to time  appoint a Pound-keeper at such salary or  remuneration as it may decide and appropriate out of the annual'revenue.  3., The City Treasurer shall furnish tht  Pound-keeper with a book in which the  Poimd-kteper shall enter a  description ,ot  -every autmal impounded by him, wnh tin  name o^ u.e person who took' or tent tht  same to be impounded,'the day and hour on  which the animal came into' his charge at  Pouu<������-keeper, the day and hour on whic>  the bame was redeemed, discharged, oi  otherwise dealc ,with or-disposed ot, the  name of the person and the amount  paid by the pei&un redeeming the animal,  or, if cold, the name of the'purchaser, tht  amount that v* as paid for the animal, ano  the'amount of ihe expense theret-ii, and the  balance, if any, remaining over the above,  the penalty allowance and expense*, and to  whom che same h*s t������een paid, winch balance, if any, shall, prior to making tho^re-  turn to the auditor, be paid over to the City  Treasurer.  i 4. The Pound-keeper shall at the end of  the month make a return to the City Clerk.  in writing, comprising the above information and "any other information he or the  cle-k mav deem necc.-sary, which return  shall, if required, be verified by statutory  declaration of  the Pound keeper.  5. The Pound-keeper eha 11 pay over to the  City Treasurer all money received by him  onoe in every month, or oftener, ifiustruct-  6(1 -so to do, and shall at all times produce  his book.s lur the inspection ol" any member  of che Council, or the Auditor or the Treasurer, when it quested to do so.  6. No horse, ass, mule, ox, bull, cow,  cav-t-le, swine, hojj, sheep, goat or dog (except dugs registered as hereinafter mentioned) shall be permitted to run at large or  trespass in the'city at any time, or to graze,  brouse, 'Or feed upon any of th* streets,  squares,' lanefl,' parks, alley*, or public  places of the City, or upon a'-ymiienced  lots or uufenced land within tho city limits,  under the following penalties agaiii3t the  owners, or k������ epor , or persona having charge  of the same, viz:���������  For each ox, horse, mule, ass, bull, ���������  cow, or other cattle '������������������������������������. *** ������9  ���������For each swine, hog, sheep,  or goat  ,        or other animal ��������� - - ���������*��������� .'"  For each dog  0 oO  7. If any of the animals mentioned in  section (i'of this By-law (except'-oga registered as hereinafter mentioned) are found at  large or trespassing within the limits of the  City of Cumberland, or grazing, broking,  or feeding upon auy of  the streets, bquares,  Iaues^parks,' alleys,- ; ��������� public places of the  '-aid'Ciii'i, or upon any u^f need lots or land ,  witlrn the City limits, it shall be r.aken hy  the Pound-keeper or his assistant and driven, led, or carried to the City Pound and  be there impoundeo, and "it, shalbbe the duty  of the Pound;keeper so to impound*such  animals. ,    .  S Auy person or persons who find 'any of  the animals mentioned in' aectiot. (i of this  By law, running at large o.- trtspu.isi- ;|  within the City limits in contravention of  this.By-Law may-drive, Lead, <or carry -ihe  annual to tne said Pound,, -nd ic,sh*lU>e the  duty of the Pound keeper .to receive and  impound the same, and p������y for���������  Horse, mule, bull, cow, or  other cattle 7   .?2 50  Each7 swine,    hog,    s>heep,  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  citv, whenever they see or meet any of the  a*)imals mentioned within section' 6 of this  By-Law tunning, at large or trespassit>g  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,  tn immediately take charge of smh animal,  and drive, lead, or carry, or cau-e the same  to be driven, led, or carried tb the Pound.  10. The Pound-keeper shall daily furuL-h  all animals impounded in the City Pound  with good and sufficient food, watpr, shelter, aud attendance and for so doufg ahell  demand and receive from th respective  owners of such animals or from the keep'eis  or persona in who������e charge the animals  ought to he, for the use of the Corporation,  the followine allowance over and above the  fees for impounding, namely:���������  For each horse, ass, mule, bull,  cow or  other cattle, $l.oo per day.  - Foi each swine, hog, sheep, or goat, or  other animal, 50cts. per day.  For each dog 25ots.-per day.     .  11. If the owner of any animal impounded, or any other peraoii'leiititled 'to redeem  the same, shall appear-and'-claim -such animal at any time'; before, the ���������:s'ttle7.-ihereof,Hfc  shall be the "duty of the Pound-keeper or his  assistant, to deliver up .the same ;bn receiving the amount in. full of the penalty, and  the allowance and the expeuses chargeable  for each aud every, aiiimal, and iu addition  thereto if the animal redeemed is a dog, th������  annual .tax therefor. ./',..'���������.������������������'.'  12. When the Pound-keeper ia aware of  the liame and address of the owner ot tiny  animal impounded he shall, vv v-hi-i 24 hourj-  of the impounr'n-.g, eausm a letter or--rpoac  card to be sent to such owner with a notification of such impounding.  13 It shall'be������������������ the duty of the Pound-  keept-r, or hia Assistant, before making delivery of any animal so impo nck-d, before  sale, or on payment of surplus money after  t������al������, to obtain from ihe person or persoua  claio.iti'u 'be .-rirne, "his, her or their name or  namf^ fjnd ro.-ide,:ce, a.d to .--atei' rhf same  in a bonk. t'^e+liTW th the iiate wht.u-&uch  animal was iinpuui.ded. and the date when  <��������� c same was sold or redeemed as the ousa  may be.  "H THIS   CUMBERLAND   NEWS  Issued Every  Tuesday.   '  W. U. A'NDEl^ON,   '--     "      -    '   ������3DrTOK'  17/  ���������'HfiNH'8 SUE8SMIS,  3009 Westminster Road  The'colnuius of The News are, o]-������������n to all  who wish torexpresn therein views o '' matter ��������� <>f public iuttrest. >  While we do not hold ourselves  re ������������������ ->n<3i-  ble for the utterances of correspondenc.������, we'  .reserve   the r i������ht   of   declining   to   inser*-  tiiirnunio.i, im-s u   necessarily p< r-'/nal.  TUESDAY,   NOV.    3. 190^  m  9  '.")  uxx  tf)  ft  :l<t. It wo peisou' shall appear to cUim  such animals ������r animal so impounded, within thiee days after '.lie" same may have ben  impounded, or if the person claiming such  animal shall retuae or nei^lccc to pay the  ' penalty ' and   the   allowance   and ' expenses  -���������   charueable thereon, it shall be  the  duty of  the'Ponnd-Ueerjer to give at least live days .  notice of the bale thereof.    ' '  15. Such vnctii-e shall -contain a general,  description of  the  animal   or  auunals  impounded,   and shall, be pouted up  ir: some  '    ; conspic-ious place at the Pound,' where the  .      same shall  have.been "impounded, and also  at the City Hall. '     -  ' * 1G If at the expiration of the<tune tpeci-  fied in the said notice, no person'-shall appear to claim the animal, or arMnals thtr iu-  '    specified  aud leferred to,   or .f, any pera ;n  - shall appear to claim the same, but shall.re-  fuae or neglect to,'.pay the^ penalty and  the  "  .allowance,   and th������  expenses ^accrued  and  chaiged oilVuch animal or7"animals;   it shall  be'lawtul to sell'th'e same;, aha ,the  animal  '  or'animals shall be bfferpd to public-cl������iu,.e-  . -tition and sold to the hi^hesu bidder by,the  '. ' Ponud-f.eeper at the City,Pound.  17. If the animal be ahorse,   ass, mule,  -'ox, A\\\\, iow, oi other'cattle, it shall be a-'.-  j'7 vc'tised in a^newspaper at least.three' da/a  '/ l^lore such sale.'   A <A\ "''   A     " -       Y'-'  - 'i' '"lk'If,-after  the  sale of, auy animal^ aa  .ato'resaid, ' the  purchaser. does not irnmech-  A ;ately,.,pay'the'price, thereof,   the >vPourid-  ' kV'eppV mav forthwith -cause the animal tt>  be* resold, 'aud, to continue to do until the  "price is paid;    i^    ,'-'   5 i %' '~.< >��������� - ', >.    *  19.  In case"of the sale of' ahv impounded]  -' ani >-al Vr, animals,   thebaic1' Pouud-keeper  ; ' ah ill retain out <-r the-proceeoj, of   the ��������� -file  :', ^fiuflicieutito^pay the aniouuvof lt.hc pfei^yy  '" "and the allowance and all .expenses cnai^t-  .. /able by ..him on account of' the  aaid'auima.1  - ~ or animals.-     ,     ,    :.���������7'* -< v       i"-  -> \20.  No   person 7or   person-*-,shalb IivppU  *   ' open, ' or, in   any manner . Anectly  or   u>i<  -' d-re -tly.'aid1 or' a-,aist    in ���������* brea-ing7,optn  ' the   Pound,  ..or ^ha'l   "take. or 7 let   ahy  - animal ,or ,amm Is   theieout,   without   the  '_ *��������� consent'   of'" 'the '_ Pound-keeper^    ,    Each  and every pcr'aon -vho'shall hiU< :<'!���������, dp'ay t-f\  obstruct   ariv'-peisbn  or pt-r on* engag^l in  i -dr.'vi'ig,' leading, or.carryina to :the  Po-vud^  - _  anv"animal or-mimals U.n������io to be i'upound- -  ,   -  ej'nnrler the provisions of this 13y la-v *ha>.V  f.-r each and everytoffence,,_Us liable' to  the  ;'    peualty hereinafter^nieuubiled.  " ."'  21.. If any dog impounded,ns^aforesaid 'is  ^rlot redeemed > ".thin seven days ���������after  such  7    im. on ding it t-hall be'lawtul for the Pound  keeper to kill it in some'merciful manner.   k  22. Eveiy person who>'pays the aunu il_  tax tor a dog as mentioned m the Ri venue  1 By-law; shill thereupon be entitled to hu������--c  [ uch dog regiateretl, numbered, au.l descub-  iftjn a book to be kept for this pnvpo������f ������t  tho otuoe of the City Tieahurer, >and 'to re-  ceiv,- a motal badge or tag st imped with the  year for w'-dch the tax is paid, au the uum-  i)e.. ..r thrj rt'gis������tvacton, and in case any dog  o shall be found at large withi-- the MunictT  pali y at <ur, iime wicn������������ut oUJj ���������*. baclg -. fi  ta^ as aforesaid such dog shall, \,c dpr-r-v"1 to  I. af. -a'Kf wiihm the meauiii^ of Liau t 6  o  this By-law.  ���������. 23   In the event of a dog being impound  ed ������-id the owner proviug.to the s:i*j ��������� <cioi  of ii,-. feuud-keeper or the Ci ) 1'n.a tn-ei  ihi*-. the annual tax had b������������eii paid and .tht  ni.tal badjf <>.- t"g hud been removed be'on  thu '.mp'iiiiid'nu <>t the dog, >t 'h.-ll be law  fill for 'he Pmfnd-keeper to ivle-nc such d<io  fro'tn the Pound ������it%ouce and enrcr the- p-ir  tioular-i in hi" book. > >  *  24.   It s1,all "be .lawful   for  the   Pound-  keeper, or hit. a<-������is'ai.t,,or othc-i p'Miont a  af ���������re������aiU, t-.o Mnvound   anv d������><_/��������� 'iMi-nins;   a'  large in the City and not ��������� wearing  a  metal  brioii-i   or   'ag   in   auct'iH-mc-1  " un tl������o .a^L,  preceding section of thi- By-law.  25    No person shad keep  or  harbor   any"  dot   r-vh c  .inirtnl   which   *--*'**ii������r*   . rls-,  turbi< i-l'e quiet of Any p������rson, oi ..ny d. g or  k other animal which endangers the  safety of  any per-.on l>y luting or other., i.-te.  26 No hese or horses shall bo Mi untied  wifhin rhe city limits. unles3 no i������r tnt. control of the owner or peisou iu ch;.rge.  27. Every person convicted of -m. infraction of any provision of this Uyhuv shn.ll  forf it and pay therefore a penalbi nov'ti-  ce<-d:- g fif>3r .i. liars.  28. 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Apply  NEWS OFFICE. ,   \~.  mwrMnumw  iMHwa^mu"*'"'"""*  ���������BumnHwn  ������ C������0������CSC������ C������0������������C������0������OtS>0������0������09  VJiKlCK  c o e ������  By _EQTt!VVELL   BROWN  CopurUjht. ISO?,, by T. C. 3IcCU;rt  He was always so drunk, or had just  been drunk, or was in a fair way to become drunk, that she never hud cared  to go near him. It occurred to lier that  this, was an exceptional case.  She slid from the stool with ihe stick  of type in her hand, dodging between  the rows of case**, until sho chme to the  ions, narrow shelf where were ink and  ^ J roHer. and struck off a proof.  SIMPLE USHER FOLK  THE   NEWFOUNDLANDERS   ARE  ���������    ' ILY   IMPOSED   UPON.  EAS-  ' He���������She said,  "Ah,' but I'm, sure I:  shall look much older when I'm, forty." j  She���������Huh!   She   means   she'll' look  much   older when  she   admits  she  is  forty. , |  .EMERSON'S  PROSE  STYLE.  ������0������OOC������0������0������C������SO������CftO������060������0$  Pecos Bill lay on the floor cur^ig'a  broken arm. Downstairs in'the dince  hall musicians were twanging their  fiddles. The sound came through the  beards to the,boy. He was a tall, sun  browned young fellow.' His blue shirt  was stained, and his boots were dusty.,  On ihe floor by him was his coat rolled  up'for a pillow.  . The door opened, and Maria came in.  , She was a small girl. Her eyes were as  dark as her hair, and her skin was of a  rich olive color. She lighted a candle.  '��������� "I've been trying to get up1 to see you  all day, Bill, but I couldn't. Where  were you shotT'  "In the arm," growled Tocos Bill,  "and it's stiff as, thunder."  "It's your right one, too," said Maria.  "No matter; my .left's just as good.  But I've got to get it' fixed somehow,  and then' I've got to go away. When  that sheriff's convention finds out.I'm  here the crowd '11 tear .the town down  to get me."   '  ', Maria, bared the  boy's  broken  arm.  ' disclosing a round, 'purple wound, cut a'  bandage from her petticoat 'and bound  'it.    ' ' .'  "I don't see how ai little thing like  ' that  queered  me  sa,"   said   Bill.    "It  made me sick all over."    t  "Now fix my gun,'/ said Pecos Bill.  He passed it to her. "I suppose the  crowd's all here by this time," he add-  ,ed while he watched her fill tlie chambers of the six shooter with cartridges.  "Curse 'em,', why couldn't they go some  place else!" he growled. "It wasn't my  fault anyway.   Graham was cheating.  convention story, when Maria touched  his grimy pIopvo nnd smil'-d at him.  "Please read this to me. Tommy," she  bf^ged. i  Tommv   tool:   the   proof.     vlis   eves  roiled wondoringly.    '^1 want :o  Iiv.ru  to read, and I���������want you to teach mi1.'  she   explained.      His   face   brightened  under the ink.     He gulped twice  anq  read:  "The morning session was adjourned  at VI o'clock, with twenty-six delegate'--  present. Bill Sopes of. San Antonio,  president of the convention, made the  announcement that a reward of ���������i-.'iOC  i had been offered for -the arrest of IV  cos Bill"���������  "Bias rnia," said Maria.  ���������"a well, known and prominent citj  zen of this-place,  for the shooting or'  Harvey   Graham   near  Sheriff  and he'd killed me(sure if I hadn't got  the drop on him first." ���������  Maria clicked the gun playfully.  "You'd 'been all right eef you hadn't'  got shot,"cske said..  "Guess I ain't any good any more,"  whined the boy. "Confound those sheriffs. I wish they'd hold their convention in Jericho." ��������� ,'  Maria-left the candle,.on the floor and j  opened'the door. Tlie crowd in the ;  dance hall .below was. singing. There i  were loud laughs and the noise of boot- '  ed men lining up at the bar. Sho crept  down "the stairs.   ,       \ X A\  ,   The dance hall was crowded.   Dark !  Sope.s'  city some weeks ago. Our fellow  i townsman is not now in El Paso, al-  thpugh there was a rumor,, on the  streets tliis morning that he was seen1  here'early yesterday morning and that  lie was engaged in a slight ditficulty  with a stranger in a Utah .street dance  hall."  "Dias niia," cried Maria.  '.'There," said' Tommy. He looked  curiously at the girl. who\swayed from  side loside.   She'grasped his tirm.  "They must be thrown off the track!  i Do you understand?   Oh, Tommy, you  will   help  me!    Help   me  before they  come back from: lunch.   You must set  eet up as I tell you."  Tommy followed her meekly and  climbed upon' her " stool., "Word, has  just reached us," dictated the girl, lay-  ing'her hand on the man's inky sleeve.  Tommy swallowed hard and picked at  the type.  A Pathetic and Tragic Incident That  "Illiiistrates tlie Atiitn.cle of the ,"Uj������- i  per"    Classes���������The   Hardy   Courage ,  of tlze,Outporters. - '       '   ' j  "St. John's, N. F., lives by its fish- '���������  1 eries; -nothing worth while is produced ;  ! there, but, according to the unsophisti- j  cated  stranger,  there is   a noisy  and j  vituperative wrangling o%"er the wealth (  that comes down from'the coasts," says !  a writer in the-World's Work.   "There  tare some few factories, to be sure,, but  they are too ingeniously  managed by  half.   For instance, a certain brand of  tobacco,   made at St.  John's and  exclusively   consumed   by   fishermen,   is'  sold in the French island ofvSt'. Pierre ;  for half what it costs tlie Newfound- i  land   'bay noddie,'   and the  manufac- I  turers pay $15,000 yearly to the pro- j  prietor  of  a  rival   concern  to  induce !  him to keep his plant shut down.    At |  St. John's, too, is the aristocracy of 'the  colony���������merchants,    middlemen,    lawyers,   physicians,   officeholders, -tricky  and   abusive   politicians   and   colonial  knights (the visitor may observe on a  signboard above a little  corner store.  'Sir Thomas Morburn, Grocer.    Cheap  Hi.s   Title.  "How did he get his title of colonel?"  "He/got it to  distinguish  him 'from  his   wife's   firsj   husband,  who' was  a  captain, and his wife's second husband,  who wi?1: a major."���������Exchange.  All   fjv:i   >  pan n-iir'y  Ouii'i'iJaiJ.  spi'ak'or only   wants  to' become   an   evil  Too   Realistic.     ' " j  "There lived in my town." said a Con-,j  necticut   man,   "a   poor,   half   witted  man  who   made  a   kind of   mania of j  his religion.   He used to go every aft- !  ernoon to a lonely field, and, kneeling |  there' behind a bank of earth, he-would J  pray at tho top of his lungs for thirty [  or forty minutes at a time.    Some of  us   boys  would   follow   him   now  and  ,then,   hide  on   the  other  side  of  the  mound and listen to him with wonderment. , .   ,    <  ���������   "One afternoon he prayed about his  sins. ' He vowed that ho was tho wick-  Held. to  Be  I^aelii^s  In  the   Quality  of Writers.   Called  masters.  What  shall   be   said' of   Emerson's  prose?   , Was   Matthew   Arnold   right  when, as an' experienced critic calmly  judging   the   'favorite   author   of   his  youth, he denied that, the  "Essays,"  the lectures and '���������English Traits" formed a body of prose of sufficient merit  to entitle' Emerson to be, ranked as a  j great man of letters?   'It seems as if  an op-! t^e time had come for Emerson's coun-  doer.- i trymen frankly to accept, this verdidt,  I Because of' deficiencies, both of s'tyle  j and   of   romance,   Emerson   does   not  ��������� j belong to the small' class of tho great  masters of prose.,   His ��������� style,, despite  the .fact that'"Nature" and many ot*  the essays, contain pages of eloquent,  prose almost equal, in power and beauty'to noble poetry, was nearly "always  that of the lecturer or preacher rather  than that of the.-writer.    He too frequently, lost the note of'distinction and  was content if he satisfied his far from  exigent audiences.   ,In  diction,  to be  sure, he was,a conscious and consummate master, and ,it, need scarcely be  said that few( writers"have surpassed  him in the ability to compose,' a preg-  ,    ^ .,,   ^ ,    -, . , <i nant sentence. .But. as is generally ad-,  edest man that had.ever been created, , mmed and ag- 5s ghown b    liis prac.  He declared that  he  deserved  death. | tice. of, piecing his no{es together, ��������� he   ,      . . . ^e *f ������������ed l,b0 Lord lo' Put an eud *P ��������� was rarely able to evolve a paragraph, *  Teas'). - There>is neither sympathy nor j ^m by toppling over the embankment    much raore a whole e       - in a m^  terly or even in a workmanlike fashion. ���������  It may'1 be  granted  that critics  have  mercy for the fisherman here, though j on him then and there  there is a most enthusiastic reception | "Tlie ringleader of our crowd was up  for "what-he takes from tlie sea. He is i near the top,of the, mound, and' at this  regarded, as. legitimate prey, is most J pointrhe shoved down on the kneeling  marvelously lied to before election and I man a great load of loose soil. Instant-  abused, ridiculed and reviled after- { Ijr the poor fellow sprang to his feet  ward.   But through It all he preserves   and ran away home. ���������     .',   .  " 'It's an 'awful world, this.' he said  ���������"that .Pecos  Plume's    ranch.  Bill   is  in   hiding   at  about   twenty   miles  ���������from El Taso.   He was seen there this  morning   and   was���������and  was   slightly  .wounded in the arm."  "Eet'll   sound   natural   to .say   he's  wounded," she explained.  Tommy, wagged  his head. ' "You're  a smart,one," he said.  , "Tommy, listen.    I want you to put  that in the paper right after the con- :  ventiori.   And don't-tell, Tommy."  "It'll cost me my job,"- said Tommy,  ������������������.... ��������� , ��������� , s with a husky voice; "but. Maria. I will  !^.������._   S^.!J1"L_?iS L   r!:!!^? ! ~U you will give me a kiss." j  Maria   put   up   her   lips   without   a j  a humble faith in 'all those set in au  thority over him.' , , ^ ,  "A doctor' of the outports���������the incident is related because, though it may  appear an extraordinary case, it ,yet  aptly indicates what .has for years  been the attitude of the 'upper' classes  toward the fishermen, without whom  Newfoundland would lie waste and  deserted, .the shame of the fair earth���������  a doctor of the outports was once called to a little white cottage where  three children lay sick of, diphtheria.  He was the family physician���������that is  to say, the fisherman paid him so  much by the year for medical attendance. But the injection of antitoxin  is a 'surgical operation' and therefore  not provided for by the annual fee. ,  "'This,' said the doctor, 'will cost  j you $2 an injection, John.' ��������� < ��������� ,  ��������� " 'Oh, iss, zur!' was the ready reply.'  | 'I'll pay. you, zur.   Go on, zur.' -  ,to a  friend; later.    'You can't say. a7  thing  in'fun but what it's  taken  in  earnest."-' , "-  >  .    . ,>���������   C* r.  The  Worm  Turns. '^  They were almost ready to start^nnd,  like a' good husband. Mr. Smoker waited patiently for, his wife to put the tin-'  ishing, touches to her toilet. She was  adjusting her hat and took a hat pin  from1 a big cushion. Suddenly she exclaimed: 7 ,  "I think it's a shame!" '' ,  "Yes, my dear."' nervously assented  Mr.' Smoker.  "I mean the way these writers say  that women sharpen lead pencils and  open cans with their husbands' razors."  '"Yes, my dear." ' ,  "Yes.''   Now, I never do such tilings,  with  your- razor,  and I. don't- believe  overemphasized his*lack of coherence,  that there is more logical .unity, in his  ,essays than appears on first reading,-  that "English < Trait's" and the, later,  yolumes are far from' being mere  \ strings, of- "orphic  sayings," .but .the  any, woman does as the writers allege.  " 'But you know my * rule, John���������no J i iooked.=at your razor once when I hid  pay,' no work.   I can't break it for you,' { a box of sardines to open, but it was so  you'know, or I'd have to break-it for   Shnrp ancl so wabbly in tbe" ha mile that  Mexican  girls  from  across  the  river,  cowboys   abd   gamblers, danced    and  chatted ��������� or   patronized   the   games ��������� of i  chance. ' Three   grave   looking  fiddlers {  played on a platform.   Across one side  of the long room was the bar.  Bob  Cowan,  who  ran'the   El   Paso  Daily Maverick and was reputed to be j'-  the ,best judge of stock and liquor in  west Texas, and who was pointed out  to strangers as "El IJaso's next mayor,"  bought Maria a bottle of St. Louis beer,  imported at great expense, and later  ��������� danced with her, to the admiration of  all. Maria, whirling over the slippery  floor, frequently glanced at the ragged  rafters cobwebbed overhead.  "Know that fellow," - asked Cowan,  pointing to a tall, loose jointed man.  "Most prominent man in' Texas today,  bar none. Sheriff, empire builder, he is.  Bill Sopes of San Antone, president of  the sheriff's convention."  Maria danced and' sang and enjoyed  herself with the others until the sun  came up. She danced often with Bill  Sopes. her eyes shining, her loosened  black hair falling around her face, and  her white teeth glistening between her  parted lips.  "Who's the girl?" asked Sopes, lounging up to Cowan.  Cowan glanced down the long room.  Maria stood binding up her hair.  "Oh," said Cowan, "that's Maria;  Mexican girl. She's a typesetter on our  paper.  Ain't she a Jim Dandy?"'  "She is," said Sopes.  At 7 o'clock Maria climbed upon her j  stool at her case in the dingy office of  the Maverick and  began to  set  tyi>e  busily.  She could not read English, but  ehe knew the alphabet.  At noon Cowan wrote the story ..of  the sheriffs' convention, then in session  in El Paso, and dealt the "takes" to Maria and the other girls. Maria clicked  the type merrily until suddenly she saw  the only two printed words she knew���������  Pecos Bill. She found the big capital  P with a haze before ber eyes. Then  she found the small letters, and the big  word, and  Tommy  kissed her on  tho  mouth. ���������  Sho toiled through the afternoon, tortured by a< thousand fears,' until at last  Tommy, mallet in hand, pounded down  i. the   last  form  and   carried   it  to   the  half the coast.''   '  '"Oh, aye! > 'Tis .all right,   I wants  un cured.   I'll pay you when I sells me  fact seems to .remain that-the prose  style' of, Emerson . from first- to last  la'cks .the firmness, .ihe compass, ,the  precision,-' the flexibility;, the individuality-we demand of the prose .writers  whom we, denominate masters.���������Professor .Trent in Bookman.'*' -. ���������-/      ���������������- -���������  MIGHTY TREES OF SIERRA.  i fish.'  " 'But you know my rule, John���������cash  down.'  "The fisherman had but $4, no more.  Nor could he obtain any more, though  the doctor gave him ample time.   I am  I was afraid tb use it. Besides, when  I want to sharpen a pencil awl have no  knife I nibble a point on, it." '   ,   ;  "Yes, my dear."  "But if the writers wish to put something true in the paper? why don't they  go for the men who use  their'wives' i. extremes of heat in summer or depths  I press.     The  little   machine    rumbled,  i and the damp, sticky papers came out. ' | sure that he loved his children dearly,  Maria washed,   wound her  mantilla  j around her head, seized a paper  and  went straight to Pecos Bill. i  -"Find the end of the convention and  tell me what you see," panted Maria.      |  Pecos Bill  spread the sheet on tlie  rough floor and. easing himself on one  elbow, read down tho column.   The fire  of   knowledge   flashed   into   his  eyes  but, unfortunately, he had no more  than $4, and there was no other doctor  for fifty miles up and down the-coast.  " 'Four dollars,' said the doctor, 'two  children. Which ones shall it be,  John?'   ���������  "Which ones?   Why, of course, after  hat pins for pipe cleaners?   vUgh, you  nasty brutes!"  Mr.  Smoker forgot to say "Yes, my  dear."  John  "Wesley**   Slirevrldli  Wife. >  One of, his biographers declares' that -  If ho had searched the whole kingdom  the   evangelist   John   Wesley    would  hardlv have found a woman more un- ,  all, the doctor bad himself to make the suit.,ble tuan she whom i,e married. I  choice.    John couldn't.   So the doctor ��������� ghe difl not evon contine hovSo.if to her !  'Why. I ain't out to Plume's," he cried.'1 chose the  'handiest' ones.    The other   tongue in her attacks.   More than once  She knelt down by the boy and put  her arms around, his neck.   "I put that  I in the paper," she cried, "to lead 'em  off. send 'em out to' the ranch, so I can  get you away."  |     He crawled to his feet painfully.  His  eyes were bright, and the blood was in  his cheek.  j     "Get down, can't you?" snarled the  j girl.  "Don't you know they'll see you?"  ! She looked captiously out of a window.  Many  bearded  men were lounging on  one died.'  " 'Well,' said John, unresentfully, the  day after the funeral. 'I s'pose a doctor have a right t' be paid for what he  does. But,' much puzzled, ' 'tis kind q'  queer!'  "The Newfoundland outporters are  hardy, courageous, boldly adventurous,  simple lived. God fearing, warm hearted���������a physically splendid race of men.  Cowards and weaklings have for four  hundred  years  been   the  unfit  of  the  1 she laid violent hands on him. "Jack,'  said John Hampson to his son, "I was  once on the' point of committing  murder. It was when I was in the  north of Ireland and I went into a  room and found Mrs. Wesley foaming  with fury. Her husband was on the  floor, where she had been trailing him  by tho hair of his head, and she herself was still holding in her hand ven-1  arable locks which she had plucked out  bv the Voots.1   I felt." continued Hamp-  the porch of a saloon across the street, i P[������ce; they occur, of course, in the besj/ s^n >vho waS a ���������iant of a man, though  A rider dashed up to the group -syaving  ; a newspaper over his head. The crowd  listened while he read to them from the  saddle. Then the men juuipad for their  horses.   Maria went out.  When she came back she beckoned to,  Bill.    He   followed   her  down   a   side  stair.  He drank and went out.. In front  of the dance hall was a horse. The street  was deserted.   Pecos Bill was climbing  painfully   into   the  saddle  when   Bob  Cowan,'a'crumpled copy of the Maverick in his hand, dashed up the street on  horseback.   His face was red with anger.   Bill's gun was In his belt.   Maria  drew it out and pointed it at Cowan.      j  "Get down off that horse." sho said,    j  Cowan dismounted, fuming with rage. :  "Somebody's sent the whole town away  regulated families, but do not long survive, for exposure kills oft' the weaklings, and iu the midst of many dangers the cowards lose their lives. Children learn to sail a punt at six or seven  years old. and at every age they are encouraged to play at the highly dangerous game (called copying) of prancing  about on floating ice. The skill acquired in leaping from one sinking  block to another- would make the  trumpeted river driver look like a  blundering child. As men, they know  their punts as intlmateJy as a cowboy  knows his horse, and they will say of  their boats in a gale, 'I thought'she'd  not live through it t'day,' with the  same unconcern that a cowboy might  not one of Wesley's warmest friends���������  "I felt as though I could have knocked  the soul out of her."���������Everybody's  Magazine.  Moorish   Baths.  In Spain, while the Moors were in the  ascendency, luxurious hot baths were  established. They were used in connection with tho religious rites of Islam. The Islamites were required to  bathe frequently. The manner'of  bathing was as follows:  After undressing, the bather is wrap-  of  cold  In  winter,   says  the  Century  Magazine. , '  Every condition has been favorable  to unexampled exuberance of growth  not only of the largest trees, but of all  manner of undergrowth, vine, shrub,  and brake. A huge tree falls., decays  and is yellowed with thick moss. Immediately scores of young firs and cedars spring up along the top of it���������the  first chance of a bare^spct in the wood.  Old burned stumps, gathering soil in  their hollow interiors, are nurseries for  colonies of -young trees, some strong  individual. finally- shouldering out the  others, growing larger.'"and. as the  mother stump drops away, sending its  roots downward,into the earth through  the disintegrating textures until It in  time becomes a great tree.  pe(  :! in a woolen coat, sandals are put-  capital B with the other small letters.  and set them  up  mechanically,   faint i meddled with my paper I'd break his  on "a wild'goose chase.   If I knew who ! mo that time.'  The race is truly hardy  and   courageous.     It  was   John, Butt,  on and he walks to the hot bath.   After  a ..thorough'hot'bath all  parts of the  body are rubbed.   The soles of the feet  say of his horse.,'He  nearly throwed j ttrc rubbed with yumice stone, then the  body is anointed with oil and sprinkled  with fear.  The two words were near the end of  the take. She finished it, thrusting the  remaining bits of type savagely into  their places and clinging by the heels  of her slippers to the rung of the stool.  Lunch time arrived. The girls filed out,  followed by Bob Cowan, puffing at a  black cigar.  Tommy reaiained. Tommy was foreman. He set heads, read proof, helped  Cowan to "make up" tlie paper every  day, and. when the proper time came,  locked the forms and carried them to  the press on his shoulder. Maria remembered a report, once current, that  Tommy was in love with her, but she  bad   never   considered   bim   seriously.'  said Maria.   "Throw up  neck."  "I did eet,  your hands."  Cowan stood by the horse, with both  arms   raised   above' his   head  grasped the bridle and swung herself  into the saddle.   "Hand me your gun,"  she commanded, still covering Cowan.  He gave his six shooter to the girl.  "Now," she said, "everything ees all  right."  "I'll get you for this. Bill," stormed  Cowan, "and you. too. Maria."  "Just so it ain't now," laughed Pecos  Bill, "I don't care."  Before them, through tho straggling  town. Iv.y the road to Mexico and matrimony.  with a broken collar bone and a split  forehead to show for it, who survived  two wild, snowy nights and a day on a  twenty foot ice pan, over which for  Maria maiiy hours broke great seas, heavy  with jagged fragments of ice, and it  was a reckless Green bay skipper who  let the wind blow the masts out of his  schooner rather than reef her, because  he had been told that his crew thought  him 'nervous'���������a mad sort of courage,  to be sure, but proof positive for all  time that he was no coward."  Already There.  She���������I heard you complimenting her  upon her girlish appearance. What did  she. say?  with perfumed powders. ,  When the Moors were driven out of  ^pain the first thing the people did was  to destroy the Moorish t)ath houses.  This was done because of religious  prejudice against the Moors.  Going Upstair*.  Don't bend over double when ascending a flight of stairs. Give the lungs  full   play,  for   you    need   plenty   of  breath.           ..  WIio  ICnoTvs   Tills  Mant  "Oh, he is a born debater!" said one  friend to another the other day. "There  ia nothing he likes better than an argument. He won't even eat anything  that agrees with him."-���������London Tit-  1 Cits.  Women's   Strewsr*h   In  Tears.  The weakest woman in all the world  is armed with one weapon against  which man's pride and strength are  powerless. Her tears will win when  everything else has failed. A woman's'  tears move hor own tender sex as well  as the sterner masculine brutes. - Old  and young yield to their potential  spell, and when the, woman happens to  be pretty there is no' telling what will  follow when her bright eyes grow  misty with these messengers from a  wounded heart It is folly to attempt  to stand out against a woman's tears.  They have caused revolutions. They  have made and unmade, many a great _  cause. They can be met in only one  way ��������� unconditional ' surrender.���������Exchange.     ���������   Placing  Him   Risrht. '  As a northern express drew up at a  station in the early morning for a few  minutes' wait, a pleasant looking gentleman stepped out on the platform,  and, inhaling the i'resh air, enthusiastically observed to the guard:  "Isn't this invigorating?"  "No, sir; it is Normanton," said the  conscientious employee.  The pleasant looking gentleman retired.��������� Londo^Telegrapl^^  Absence.  "We are here today," said the solemn  looking man with a thin neck and a collar three sizes too large for him, "and  gone tomorrow."  "That's right," agreed the dyspeptic  looking man with the ivory black cigar, "and when Ave get back six months  later some of our best friends want to  know where wo've'^.tifj^en for the last  two weeks.''���������Puck!,  ~M  'Greatest In Siace of All  Creations of  the  Livlnjf  World.  During all  the  ages'nature  has fa-  rored!'th'e growth of forests on the Pa- ���������  cific" mountains, providing thepeculiar ���������  conditions iwhich make them far different from,-'greater in size, more luxuriant, than any other iri-the" world.    Of  all-tW creations  of. the living world,  none is so .great in, size, so majestic'.in;'  presence,' as the  mighty  trees of -the^  Sierra and the Cascades.   For here the ,  air   is������'always_ fertile   with --moisture;5/  clouds blown in from the Pacific ocean <  rest-among the mountain summits, even  crowning the tops of the-trees themselves, and-hero  discharge their rain.  The soil is deep and spongy, with centuries of decomposing vegetable matter,  furnishing    an    unequaled    nurturing  place for vegetation, and there are no  m  <*  ran a
i*itJwinrr-~* inirr iniwiii>iwm.g
Shearing- Process  Not Used  In  Shetland  on   Pure  Bred  Animals. '
The pure bred sheep in Shetland are
Till   Dodd's  Kidney Pills   Drove
Away  His  Rheumatism.
.not shorn,  but plucked.    The  process   j,tory  of w. J. Dixon, has net the Rainy   * ho   is   to-day  recognised   as.
takes place generally in June, ��� when
the fleece is '���ripe"'aud the silky wool
can be pulled off without pain.    '
This is, called "rooing" and is much
less damaging to the young fiber than
clipping with' shears. The wool when
thus handled retains its peculiar softness, so that any one of experience can
tell whether tlie material of a knitted
article has been plucked or shorn. It
ripens first upon the neck and shoulders, so that sheep half pulled resemble
in some sort1 a poodle that is clipped.
We must suppose that harsher handling prevailed at one time,-for we read
that in 1G1G5 the Scottish privy council
spoke of the custom as still kept up "In
some remote and uncivil places," and
James I. wrote to tell them^that it had
been put down in Ireland'under penalty of a fine. Upon this they passed an
act on March IT, ,1616, deploring ,the
destruction of sheep thus caused and
imposing similar fines on those who
should persist in the practice.
Xcw   Metal   Whu-h    lit    >Ior��   V. ond.jrfuj
Than . adium Is I'ai.llv tli��  iiiMinverv
of tlie  faiiiuiu Mm��>.  Cnfiv.
Polonium, the >.ftw inetr.l which
lias been exploited .u a senis of most
interesting expeiim'mts by t':ofessor
���\V. Markwell before the,chem.ital con-
giess in Berlin, js really the discovery of Mine. Curie, ono 01 the most
learned  women' in the world and  one
Celery is an acknowledged r.erve
tonic, and is more and n:o>-e used in
medicinal prescription^
Klver Settlement Talking.
Barwick   P.O.,   Aug.   31.���(Special)
���Among the settlers here the "cure of
William John Dixon of Rheumatism
is causing, much-talk. The story of
tho cute, as told by Mr. Dixon him-
sell,   is  as  follows : , '
������Dining the summer-��� of 1901, I had'
an attack ol''Typhoid Fever, and 'after I got oyer it Rheumatism set in.
tho truly great pioneers, of clicuiia-
try. Married 10 a Frenchman, sluTis
a Pole by birth, and it was patriotism that led her to give to her new
discovery the name  polonium.
Scientists as vol undei stand too
little of the mai'Visloiib properties-
01 ��.liis new element, to \ontmo iiiu.o
than vague predictions '01 what
spheres of future usefulness it inav
fill,   but'it'is  not immobable that it
"*'->  o,d��"- to r*\Kf with  ru-,siir  ihe ar
tention   'must  be     rendered     so   ;irt
that iu/sees ideas just afe the y; o t,ev:
bodies.        i' '
A s>ortho-n null bus 3>eon sold at
the scow of the JJorthuruberJand Ag-
Agricultural Society in Englajid for
despatch  to   Vmerica for Si.500.
; Th.*---* iro SOO Chme.~e students in
the colleges of Japan, and 500 more
are to J>e sent.
Tefl of a Run-down System and   Exhausted Nerves���Strength
,  ,        Conies With the Use of Or. Chase's Nerve Food.
 -   ' ��� V
The Tropic Home.    '
White men's homes in India, the
West Indies, west Africa and other'
parts of the tropics to which civiliza-
< tion, has penetrated are usually run on
.- the principle of having as much air
and as little furniture as possible.
Carpets, rugs; cushions, hangings and
portieres, are   banished.     Tables  and
��� chairs are made of light wickerwork,
bamboo or cane. The floors are polished With cocoa nut husks until they
��� become as. slippery as a good dancing
floor. Indeed,'they are,used for that
purpose nearly every evening In any
settlement where there is society. A
ball in the.tropics requires no preparation. After dinner it is only necessary
to move .the light furniture to one corner of the spacious ^room,'send somebody to-the piano and start dancing.
The* ballroom-is practically In, th��
open air, for wooden "jalousies" form
. most of the wall space Vnd are-opened
like Venetian blinds to let in the cool
, night breezes     ' "
-Potted palms, ferns, etc.. are out of
Vlaee around a fireplace.
1  had pains  in mv  back and m my   ^   ^ foU'nd .,Q ,^rrouu Uic present
ngnt hip so bad that I had to use<a    functions   of   the  so   called   Roentgen
stick .to walk and had no comfort in
sleeping.        t t
*/i could scarcely "dress myself 1 for
nearly two months, and for three or
four weeks ,1 could not lace my right
shoe or put my right leg on my left
���'��� .Jly ^brother advised me to try
Dodd's Kidney Pills, and after taking three boxes, I began to walk, do
my work and lace up my shoes. And
the bestir it is, I have had no rheumatism'since."
Dodd's Kidney  Pills take  the,uric
acid out of the iblood and the rheumatism goes with.it.,'     '    '
' Life is a riddle that every mother's
son" of us must ffhc up.
, TWO years r< Abed.���For eight yenrs
I suffered as no one ever did with rheumatism ; for two years Ii Iay''in bed;
could not so much us feed myself. A
friend recommended South American
j Rheumatic Cure. After three doMJs I
could sit up. To-day I am as stronjr as
ever I was."���Mrs. John Cook. 287 Clinton  street,  Toronto ���2
. .     . . .
It's 'easier   for   the  average,    youth
to raise a rO'w-than a moustache
Removes all hard, soft or calloused
lumps and blemishes frorn^ horses. hlo5d
spavin, curbs, splints,, ringbone, aweeney.
stifles, sprains; cures _so*e and swoollen
throat, coughs, etc Safe S50 by1 the
use of one bottle. Warranted the most
wonderful Blemish Cftro ever known.
, Sold  bv all  drucjjists.,    ���" ,    X,
, For ten years the average yield of
corn in Jowa has been approximately, :-3.j bushels to the acre.
��� Catarrh .Cannot be .Cured .
with LOCAL'1 APPLICATIONS, as 1 they
cannot, reach 'the seat . of the disease.
Catarrh "is* a Mood or" constitutional, dis-
ease, and in order -to cure it vou must
take internal remedies Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the vblood and mucous surfaces.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.' It was prescribed bv one of the
best physicians in this country .for voars
and is a regular prescription ���* It is composed of tho .best tonics known combined with the best blood purifieis. acting1
directly on the mucous surfaces. The
perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such uondeiful results in cm ing- Catarrh. Send for testimonials free r> .
B*. J. CHENEY & CO . props Toledo.O
Sold byodruggists, price 75c
Hall's   Family   Pills   are   the   best. '
Catarrh'for. twenty years and
cured in avfew days.-Hon.' oeoige
James, of Kcranton. Pa-. ,sav : "Tha'se
been a martyr to^ Catarrh for twentv
years, constant "hawking, dropping in the
throat and pain in the head, .very offensive brearh" 1 tried Dr Agnew's Catarrhal Powder The Grst application
gave instant relief After using a few-
bottles   T   was  cured.    50  cents���X.
Of the children of "school age .'n
Russia 17,000,000 are receiving no
Even  a
isn't alv/avs
There never was .and nei er will be a
universal panacea, in one remedy, for all
ilis to which flesh -is heir���the verv nature of- many curatives being such that
were the j^erms of other and diUerentU
seated diseases rooted in the s\stem of
tlie patient���what, would relieve one ill
.in.turn would aggravate the other We
^have however, in Quinine Wine, when
obtainable m sound: unadulterated state.-
a remedy for many and gnevousr ills Bv
Its gradual and mdicious use the frailest
systems are led into\ convalescence and
strength; bv the influence which Quinine
exerts on nature's own restoratives It
relieves the droooing spirits 01 those
with whom a chronic state of morbid
despondency and lack of intereot in life
:s a disease, and by , tranquili/.ing the
nerves, ^disposes to sound and lelreshing
. nleep���imparls, vigor to the action of the
blood, which being stimulated, courses
through the veins. strengthemn"- the
healthy animal functions of the svstem.
thoreby making activity a necessary result, strengthening the frame and giving
life to the disestive organs, which naturally demand increased substance���result
���"iiprovcd appetite. Northron & Lyman'
of Toronto. hn\e given to the public
their Superior Quinine Wine at the usual
rate. and. guaged bv the opinions of
scientists, the wine annroaches nearest
pertection of anv m the market AH
druggists sell  it.
it    meant   death
Slire�� ���Mrs. lam^s, McKim, of Dunnvillo,
Ont , says of her'almost miraculous cure
from heart disease by Dr. A<:new's Cure
for the Heart : "Until J began taking
this remedy I despaired of mv life I hod
heait failure and extreme prostration
One dose gave me quick relief and one
bottle cured me The sufferings of years
were  dispelled  like magic."���3
The importation 'of American pork
products is no longer prohibited b%
Parmelee's Vegetable 'Pills aie compounded for, use in any climate, and they will
bo found to preserve their powers m anv
latitude In fever and ague they act upon the secretions and neutralize the poison which has found its wav into the
blood. Thev correct the impurities which
find entrance into the system through
drinking water or food and if used as a
preventative levees  are  avoided
of1 X rays lar more powerfully and
without the cumbrous apparatus now
essential  to  their ifse.
Jn a much higlu-r degree  even  than
radium  it possesses  the property   of
shining in the dark,  and, although.it
is known  that actual particles,  infin-
ilusimally . small, aiv being shot out
from   it  continually���a fact which is
proved by 'magnetic experiments���this
strange substance,, does not seem   to
exhaust  itself  nor' lose  its   luminous
powers 'with     the passage of   tir.w.
Hero, 'therefore, is' a hint   at   Ico; ��� of
the future possibility' of a   conc-i ant
and    brilliant-' ilh'minant- gene: ��.aed
.without heat or combustion.  t
.   Polonium' is   more   valuable' than
radium, and Professor, Currie himself,
who  has  a .chemically pure specimen1
of radium not   larger  thanc. a'  buckshot    and, 1 weighing  ^ less  than  half
a    grain, " would    not    sell    it    for
#20,000.'     Strangely     enough,       the
substance   from* which  these precious
grains of  polonium are retracted    is
pitchblende,   a   sort  of  1 yproduct  of
a Bohemian Teniae operated    by     the
Austrian Government,  t As 'Professor
and   Mine.     Curie    were,.enterprising
enough-to, ob��ain control of all of it
that' was in sight^before others knew
its  rare    possibilities,   there  is  little
polonium  to bo' had   even   in Europe;
except through'.thein. *;-'    *
Radium     also is .the discovery,    of-
Mine.' Curie.     What" radium  will"' do
she herself'believes ooloniunvwill do
to a* far 'gr a^er degree. .If, ,as Drv
London," a" German scientist, is* reported ,to have said'in-^Borlin, lie has
proved by experiments^.that- rays re-,
fleeted from radium enable tho blind
lo see-more or'Jess clearly," then radium and, polonium ,may yet-bo destined'to work veritable modern miracles. ' .   ^ ���  r ���
'< Two   i <unpHm��uts,
When the present King of Portugal
was-1 a youth of'seventeen ��he visited
London, and there,mot Sir' Edwin
Landseer. Being very fond' of natural history, the young Kine was delighted to meet the great animal
painter, and said so.
King Carlos , spoke English verv
well1, says the ' author of' "Some
Eighteenth Century Men of Letters,"
but like all persons who havo learned
a language by grammar and idiction-
ary, he used words in an equivocal
sense. ' ,    *
"1 am so glad to make vour acquaintance, Sir Landseer!" he said,
with much enthusiasm. '"I am so
fond of beasts!'"
Landseer accepted the compliment
as it was intended, and always pro-,
tested that with one exception it was
the greatest lie had ever received.
The "exception" came from -a dog-
seller who was walking alonsr a London street with a terrier under his
his arm. Landseer, as always,' was
attracted, by -the bright littlo face.
"His ears are not cropped," he observed.
"No, sir," .replied the do*>-seller.
"Landseer says ears ought not to be
cropped."     "  c
To many people peculiar spells of
dizziness and weakness are a source
Of almost daily annoyance and distress. Some see'flashes of light before them, and tiecome' blind and
dazzled ;, others experience severe
attacks of headache. ' Tlie .cause is
exhaustion of the nervous system
and deficiency in, the quality and
quantity of blood. In all such cases
Dr.. Chase's'^ Nerve Food , is'the most,
certain as> well as the most thorough
cure obtainable. -(
Mrs. Symons, " 42 St. Clair street,
Belleville, Ont.,' , states : "' Some
weeks ago 1 began a course of treatment With,Dr. Chase's, Nerve Food.
..and found' it a verys satisfactory
medicine. I was formerly troubled
with nervous exhaustion and a weak.
'fluttering heart. Whenever " my heart
bothered me 1 would have spells of
weakness and di/ziness, which were
very distressing. By means'of this
treatment my nerves have become
strom��, and tho Action of the .heart
seems to ho ���eculor. I can
excel I
���>" I have used 'four boxes> of Dr.,
Chase's Nerve Food, and found
them an excellent medicine. I was
troubled more or less - for nineteen
years with severe headaches, which
made me useless as far as > accom-.
pli.sh.ing my_work was concerned.
"The nerve food seemed to' build
me up generally, and so ^mde a
thorough, euro of my old trouble. I
would not think of being without
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food', in .tho
house, and would strongly .recommend anyone suffering as I did, to
give it atrial. It succeeded'in my
case - after a great many remedies
had failed."
To the thousands of women who
are victims of nervous headache
this letter'should prove of inestimable value.* ,If they will but follow .
the advice^ ot'- Mrs. Clancy they can
be certain of great and lasting
benefit. -��� ' ' . '    'A
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. 50 cents a
box.   at   all   dealers,    or   Edma'nson/
recom- j Bates' &   Co.,   Toronto.   <  To  protect
'Dr.'Chase'*;'Nerve Food  as an j you -against  imitations,   the portrait
enf-iuedicine " * '   -1   '     | and   signature, of.   Dr.   A. ' W.-. Chaiie; '
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street,   IMci borough,  Ont.,  states :���  on every box.     A      -        ,    '   '
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In the public eye and in everybpdies
mtmth. Always reliable���popular everywhere;
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The Itiforma Medica states thcit
with 69 pulse-beatsj to too minute
the blood flows a dista.ice of sewn
miles .111  hour.
1'oths   will   not  come   neat
s]>rinkled  with   turpentine.
.Don't .;blame the hen
bad. It. was all .right
. s p oris i b i I i t.y en d ed.
if  tlii'  egg   is
when -her1 re-
Miflard's linimeat Cures Diphtheria.
A  woman's tears
vine ing  arguments.
are her most con-
Wc have no hesitation in suyine thnt
Dr. Jv D. J-leilocrif's Oysuntcry Cordial is
.without doubt the best medicine ever introduced, for dysentery, diarrhoea, -cholera and afl summer complaints, sea sickness, etc. It prom-otly c:i^:e.s relief unci
never fails to elfect a positive cure.
Mothers .should never be without, a bottle   when   their   children   u��re   teethinjr.-
.    Russia
has   57   warships   at      Port
Minard's Liniment Ctsreg Garget In Cows.
A woman's idea of anticipation is to
pack her trunk two weeks before she
expects to start on a trip.���Atchison
A'Swan's  Wine.
A swan can break a man's leg by a
blow with its wing.
liRrjsrest Fresh  "VVnter Fish.
The vaca marina is the largest of
fresh water fish. It weighs up to 1,200
pounds. It is found only in the Amazon and Orinoco.
I'AClC ���Prospectors and others pointr
into the mining repfions where doctors lire few and druer stoics not nt nil
should provide them.seUes with a supnlv
of Tlr.y'rhoiiia.s' Electric Oil. It will bfi-
sef the effects of exriosure. reduce sprains
and- when taken internally will .prevent
rind cure colds and sore throat, and os
a -lubricant-will keep the muscles in trood
The man who wants the earth is
the very one the earth can get along
Hiuard's Linimeat Cares Distemper.
Somehow- 'the things we imagine
would make us perfectly happy arc
always possessed by others.
A Wonderful Child.
The     most  precocious  ihdd  known
to history,  one whose .->tory lias been
well authenticated, was  born in   the
German   city     of Lubeck 3S2   years
ago.      At    the    age   af   10    ra'mths,
Christian ITeineckor could repeat any
word that was said to hhn;  when 12
months    old     he knew   bv  hoai t the
principal events  nairated m  the Fon-
laleuch,  and     in his second year   he
learned to repeat the greater part of
the  Old  and Now Testaments,  in  hi.s
third  year  he seems to ��� Jitive   Known
rather   inore   history   and   urography,
than    'an   average  Cabinet   Minister,
and -before- he was four  he was well
read  in church history aud, theology.'
it was'.at tin's tender age ihat.Christian  went to  the  Court  of  Denmark,'
where he', was. hailed as a .wonder. On
his return home writing lessons coon-
menced,    but  this  ordeal     was     too
much for him,  and at  the ago of 4��
years   lie     died.    'It,is   said   that ho
showed   but   little  uneasiness   at    tho
approach of death. '
Heart Disease
Dr. Agnew's Heart Cure is the
:.  Mystic Remedy.
This remarkable preparation tcives perfect relief in 30 minutes in all cases ol
organic or sympathetic heart disease and
speedily effects a cure. It is a manic
remedy for palpitation, shortness of
breath, smothering spells, pain in left
side and all symptoms of a diseased
heart. It also strengthens the nerves
and cures stomach disorders. Sold by
all druggists. 3
Dr, Agnew's Liver Pills are the best,40doses 18c
Butter is an excellent thing for a
bruise on u child's face ii the skin is
not  bio ken
Beets  are  fattening,   because of
sugar  thev contain.
Results from common soaps:
eczema, coarse hands, ragged
clothes,  shrunken    flannels.
Aak for tbe Octagon for *3i
A  :' CoujjlJinir- l'laiit."
Recently botanists have been giving special attention to the ''coughing bean,',' and tell some very interesting things about it. ������ It is a-native of warm and moist tropical
countries, and objects most emphatically to dust. When any 'particle of
dust, settles on the branching pores
in.the leaves of the plant anci chokes
them, a gas accumulates inside, and
when it gains sufficient pressure there
comes an.explosion with a sound exactly like coughing and the dust is
blown from its lodgment. And what
is stranger still, the plant flushes a
vivid red through this spasmodic effort.       ...-..'
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
quiets tickling throats, hacking coughs, pain in the lungs.
It  relieves congestion, sub-
dues inflammation. It heals,
strengthens. Your doctor will
explain this to you. He knows
all about this cough medicine.
"Ve lia-re us��d Ayer's Cherry Pectoral In
our family for ti rear* for throat and Xvjas
troubles, and -we think no medietas equals H."
��Cks. A. Pokeeov, Appleton, Mian.
AH droggtot*.
Hoard's Linimeat Cores Colds, eta.
Fortunate is the man whose friends
are all  good aud ins enemie-s all b-ad.
I was  cured  of     Acute     Broncnitis
-     J.   M.   CAMPBELL.'
Bav  of Islands.
I    was    Cured    of  Facial  Neuialgia
Springhill,  N.S.
I was    Cured of    Chronic Rheumatism   bv  MINARD'S   LINIMENT.
Albert  Co.,  N.B.
A   man  talks
"Aomaa talks
to  amuse  others  aud
to amuse herself.
Hotco oi   the circus
verv niau a show.
manager: Give
.irsT thp: thing- that\s w.vstf.d
���A i'lU that acts upon the stomach, and
ye'- i-> so cornpounded that certain in-
jrredients of it preserve their power to
net upon the intestinal canals, -so as to-
clear them of excreta, the retention- of
which cannot but be hurtful., was lonsr
looked for by the medical" profession, ft
���.vuK found in Varinelee's \"etjetable Pills,
which are the result of much expert,
study, and are scientifically prepared as
a   laxative and  an  alternative in  one.
Self-possession is   nine ���points  with
the. lawyer.
Lever's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant Soap Powder is better than
other powders, as it is both, soap
and  disinfectant.
men arc in
is   a   vicp   to   which     lY'V--
a position  to plead.giulty
Cn.*. I^jwell.   Mass.
IO��� Twmr*"-""iti*"T,��"i
Germany's new meat inspection
laws have 'reduced the amount of
moat   imported by  half.
!     The-   colonies   of    the     world
��� one-third of its population.
Ayer's   PIWs   great!/   aid   recovery,
Buroly  w&*table,  gently  laxative.
Florida's    orange
ci'oo  is  estimated  at
and       pineapple
\w. rva. \j. No. &��.%.����,.
The United States government Fish
commission   will   raise   green  turtles. ^^*Wl_k  ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY.  Ubsoriptiou $2,oo a yenr.  Wi. 36. anoerfion, B&itot  ^TAdvertiocrswiw vaat their tid  ohan?eo, sliould ������o������ copy in by  9 a.m. dav .b6i'ore idsiui.  Tho Editor will not hi responsible for th*  views, oenuRicii te, or any errors of composi-  1 ^ e       *  tion of letter corredpoiideuts.  1 Job' Work Strictly 0. O. D.  Transient Ads Cash, in Advance.  escapes from death by phdoting have I Smith,' L. "Mounce and G. Willard."]  been reported  of Jale���������one hunter j The1 hearse   wa.s   filled   big!)   with  firing   at  a   bird,  was  horrified-to     floral tokens of sympathy fronj the  hear a scream, and to seethe figure ( following   friend=:-���������  A$Li   W&&&1&  .Air. Dry;,  Accidents with-f-'uns. are becorn-  ing-ao  frequent   in   the    Province  that many,are wishing to see some  " law enayted/whicb may tend to minimize tlie danger to person? whose  - vocation of who^e Wnieb may lead  , them in woodland places. Sofiequent  are     thene   onus -.jitios '  becoming,  which in most casf-8 cost a life, that  prudent  people  begin   to shun the  wootls,''where ,p-eace"is supposed to  reign,' an veritable death traps.   As  a part preventive, it has'been suggested that a he.jvy licence be plac-  ed on aii guns carried in the field.  O        , . , 4,  4        ^^ i  T.his, it is arguod, would closer mai.y  , from shooting, and those would be  a ones who know comparatively little  of lire arms. We ,have long be  lieved in the licence &y&tem, hut not  a heavy one. , This, instead of keep-'  ing undesirables - from handling  fire arms "vv.buld  yimpiy keep out  people-'- who  could   not   afford   the  **"       '.'     * ,       '    >    *���������  licence, while" many who aie quite-  ignorajnt of  the working of a pun,  i 't, ' i     '��������� *  and explosive?-', would,' were iheyin  ��������� ���������> ���������        .���������.���������������' ' ���������' ���������  a position pecuniarily to do" so, take-  out a������;.licencerand'"go. on witn the1'  work bfVeiijdangering^the lives .of 4  ��������� their tfeilow-creaturos.>    It   would7  ' perhaps'tliehv be betier.jto,<impose a"'  licence* of "moderate amount, but'let  it be compulsory iliat the applicant  pass tt; short examination Sdtibfac-  tory to'iht issuing officer tnat ne in  fit  jmd   qualified1 to  be  entrusu-d  a*  4 with fire arms, and *T.hekonly iiecos-:  sity for thoJicence fee.would ,be to  provide funds for the payment t'f  the officers so engaged. Farmers  a- d orohardists could be exempted  from the,tax, while sbnoang on  iheir-own land, thus enabling them  to protect their crops without restrictions. Tf licencing nould  h.ve the effect oi ler-teuing the  dangor, no right, - miaded man,  who loves sport for its own j-ako,  -si-ould object to the system, ai*d  r^her than incur the fearful risks  -which make a, w^lk in places where  hunters (?) are a nighimare, let us  have the licence and make the gun  imbecile stay at home. This is not  intended as alluding in any way t)  .the unfortunate actors in the 1mte  distressing tragedies which havo  stirred the feelings of tbe community to the core. Tho.=e people have  the earnest commiseration of all,  and may be, for aught we kn-.������w, all  have been Well' versed in gun handling. Accidents will happen. .There.  .will be accidents enough and to  spare under any system of restriction, but any step towards rniimui  zing the danger'of7those accidents,  will be a'booh, and should be hailed with joy. We noti e that the  verdict of the coroner's jury in the  last, sad ca.-e, recommended greater  care in the use of fire arms, en account of inexperienced people  handling guns; also, they recommend that the minor law be strictly  Enforced,   To both these suggestions  let us all say " Aye."    Several near  of an Indian boy rise in front of  him. He rushed over, and examined the ia'd. io find him uutoivhed,  but-with a'pari of his coat't'or'n  away by the charge. In this cef-e  r it wotiid seem 'hat the bo}' had  been conce������led before the shot, by  gr\ss or other obstruction, and ' so  the L-liooter cannot well lie blamed.  .Another cas<< is reported from hL'h-  er up tlie Settlement, in which two  pe< pie, driving along the road, had  two charges of shot pass so close to  thoir heads that they cried out in  alarm, to prevent further shuts frjm  being fired. Speaking of minors  carrying-arms, from,all .sides come  , reports of the law,being fiagiantly  disregaided,  '221cal. missiies make  the air'merry at Comox Wharf and '  ' )"  Seclement, where more infants are  said to be allowed by culpable par-  ents, to handle  the little weapons.  It is said to be unsafe to walk about  Nob Hill'for this reason.* -Up -here  in Cumberland, kids of'all ages and  sorts and conditions carry giws to  ���������thewt-.ods, and about the'environs  of the t6'wn:'rAir' cuns'are as com'1  rmonasJ'dirt, land though these ate  thought by. many to be, harmless,  ,tht-y are "not.'so. by anv qipiuic, as  one young lad; who.frad^a lip pieic-  .ed/Jby-a wire nail fired from one of  - themican t'estifv..v-These guns will.  impel "a buckshot.-with force enough  "fo'^ierce a bird "at 20 feet,  and so  '   !1>9'   ' , '   ' -_:.''' , ' ���������  'We-!dahgeroii8JtO' man. '^Let, the  f-;^7^v ,      . ���������     i-:',:c  ..'4VV,-  ��������� "  tjury.'s suwgestibti .be followed- and  V- -���������     '*' , ' '      Us    -4      ������ -,-      r-'-r        ' ".      _s  ^let  all,, minors; with..fir,e>;arms ��������� be  Vou'ndedup. f<i ,;-77 '/' J'      ;  j       Messrs and Mesdarpes���������Dcidall, An-  j  derson, Piket, B.ite,  Robenson, Gibson,  j JKiI'j urick,   Fraser   Abrams,    Matthews,  Kad, Grieves, Mcliadn, Thianson/Ciecch  White,   McLean, Winn'n^li.un, Segrave,  Cessioid, CoJii6., Moigau, Grant, Davis,-  Hnrvey, Bell, Hoi bun-, and Mib^c Be|_K  iiamsay, Shoie, E.id,   M.istei^  Abrams,  W'lilanl,   the   Public  School and Trinitv  Sunday   School   children,  Mr  and   Mis  Bridges   and fnnily,   and   Mr  and   Mrs  Creech of Comox     While from Victoria  .,emblems   were   sent   from   Mr and Mrs  , Cassy.   Mr'and  Mrs Wjide, .Messrs, b.  and R. K, Creech, .ind Mr Dempster and  '-Mr   W.   R.   Creech   and   family of Van  couver.  Our   facilities   foi    Storing   Perishable   Articles   are   now  complete.        Eggs,    Butter,   dame,   Fowl   and   Meats   of  -knids^Stored at   Lleaoonabie   Kates '. ��������� ���������  J  REWARD*wi'l bo paid'in- iniorm?ition loading to  the >con-  yi.ciioh of persons appropiiatihg or'aeptruririg our Beer Kegs,  KJXxai^mT^atjMcryamaiW'trAS^nu.^oBrx  Ph.one    27.  ION -BREWING C;0.,Ltd.-  "DTJHSrfiniR STBSET   " v    P. 0. Drawer    45  1     <<     ,.>   t-,'  ���������       A'-   V  FXJNSPvAIi.  :r'j.  The funeral of the hte James  Stewart'took place last WednescV'-y.  Service was held in Trinity,Church,  - here,' Ven-. -Archdeacon Striven ofll-  ciating, and the large cortege, then-  womikI it's 'way tb Sandwick, wjiere  the remains were interred in the  Presbyterian Cemetery. Numerous  handsome floral offerings covered  the polished oak caeket, and many  relatives,-. asY welllvas'vsvmpathising  friends, gathered**t,Here and listened  to the solemn\;words of;:the bmial  service, read by L'he Archdeacon. ,T-  Mr  Edwards   lia'd'charge-of the  funeral. *        -   '  The School Trustees  generously  gn.ntecl a half holiday .on' Wednesday, to enable the pupils to attend  the  funeral  of  their la'te lamented--  school uiato, Jas. Stewart, jr.     tle'v.  Mr Mirienei, who was in- atiendance  at the home of the deceaped, held a  short- service, simple, but solemnly  impressive. After which, the beautiful   service  for  the dead was  conducted' at Trinity'Church   by  the  Ven. Archdeacon Scriven, who paid'  a   fitting tribute to the memory of  the dead lad, who had been a member of  his Suuday School, and ex-  pressed . in   a ;personal manner the  sorrow caused in the community at?  the loss of one of British Columbia's  most promising. .sons; - The service  concluded  by (ithe .singing ..of tthe  by pins ���������- "On    the   7Resurrectioh-  Morning," 7" Lead^Kindly Lights"  arid ���������'."���������" '1 he'--'strife "is o"or,- the baUle ���������  done."     After the benediction the  solemn proebs.-ion, we tided  tin way'  -to  the cemetery  at Sandwick, and .;  all   that v/as mortal of  poor  Toby .  Stewart was reverently  laid   away  in   a   veritable   mouud   of  flowers.  The following school mates acted as  pill-bearers i-^Masters   A.  and   J.  Gr.nt,   S, Abrams,  A. Denton,  C.  CAUD    OF   THANES.  Mr and Mrs J. Stewart.be'g lo tender  .their sincere thanks to their friends for  their  acts  and expressions   of sympithy '  /in connection with the death'of their late  beloved son, J. Stewart.     Thev .Uso  de-  1 -5ire 'to  express the'ir-specia! gratitude'to  ''Ven. Archdeacon Scriven for coming'1 to  Cumbeiland in nme> for the funeral ser-  vices,-and to Miss Ramsayi lor umdenak-  ing the work of arringing iietails'on the  sad: occasion   thus voluntanly  relieving  ��������� heart broken parents from these, dunes.  .."���������"IJ'lSf'^ilSSiHaNBWBaB"  ���������' -.   f    . v    ' - X    ������������������  : Letter to the;editor.  it -     .  , - *       <-  Editor Oumherland News,        , '   ���������  Sir,���������In answer to my' corres-  obndence in your last-issue < eon--  cerninff private school work'carried,  nh in a public school building, Mr  B". R. Simpson states that��������� it is  nothing' unusual in our modern  schools to "have a k;ndergai ten in  the public school* building,' &c.  '���������Will iVIr Simpson kindly mention  'the schools in British Columbia in  wnich teachers are'allowed"the use  I   '       < 4  'of rooms free of charge,' to conduct  private classes-in cither French,  ni.isic,  kindergarten  or  any othet  ^,^"������>,.t ' 1,J' *       - ^4,  class, besides the one in Cum,ber-  ;la'nd? planting that.two "or thiee  pupils sare susceptible to Ihe, clasp  of music at the afternoon p.eriorm-  aTices, these pupils are compelled to  ' pay-a" tuition fee"of $1 a mouth in  a^dvarce for instruction received at  the   High   school.      Is  it.fair that  t7        4 V  t'heyVhould not be allowed e'v^ry  ..opportunity of availing themselves  of ' this instiuction, wiihout bemg  annoyed b}' tlie constant };ractice  of'scales and .'exercises in the adjoining room? Let us trust that  the School Trustees will do their  duty in this matter.  7 - Anoihkr Parent.'  MWMIM wnaMMBoawu������sa������  ,  - i        ������'"  The Comox Bakery-a-.d Confectionery ha& a large consignment of  the Finest Candy- up this boat.  Call and seu them.  "JHMWHMJIftlWBIlHUMu^  W  'y  "'CXE1,  ������j00^.3Li.i; XI^^Ei^Slsi'  As the icsuit'of'a wide and careful study of the statistics of.cancer  in Europe and Acnerica, Dr. Alfred  Wolff, an eniment physician has  reached the con'clusion', that cancer  is most common'in thickly wooded  and well watered districts, also that  the cases of mortality are higher  where boer a-id cider is largely consumed. His lesearches also indicate  that cancer is contagious, and that  race and beu-dity have les.s to do  with the disease than environments  and habit.  Land Registry Aot.  ''���������': IN THE MATTER' of an application  fora duplicate of the Certificate of Title  to Lot Three (3) Block One (1) of Section  One (1) (Map 241) Comox District.  XT OTICE is hereby given that it is my  ; intention at the expiration   of one  month from the rirst publication hereof,  iu is3ue a duplicate of the Certificate of  Title to the above land issued to John  Leahy' on ths 20th day of November  1891 j and numbered'13018a;  S. Y. WO OTTO N,  Registrar-General.  Land Registry Office, Victoria, B.C.  j   13th October,  ^03.  o  ...I  Negative" Plates, and Films Developed. ���������      ���������  ���������j       - *' . << ��������� ������'  .."���������*"'  Photo   Printing-   done   on'7Develop vg -��������� and-,  "'"   P." o'.  Papers.   *' , '      ''-'���������"  Photo'Supplies^ of* all kinds.;.  ���������.���������������������������>; '���������  'i"<  t ������  **  ���������'0*-*  **  MST*  Use of Dark Room for Amateurs  ^^^    ��������� f - \t . 1 ���������  4  r* /  f v  ���������ne:ws publishing -coa  '.If-  -���������^$5S^fe>X'3������:  o'  NOTICE IS .HERE 13Y GIVEN', that  a Court of Revision niid" Appeal," under  the piovisions of the Assessment Act, for  the Coinox Assessment District, will b.e  helcf at "the" 'Court" "Tlousc,' Cumberland,  on the 28th October, 1903, at1 two o'clock j  in the afternoon.  ,. r> ,    JOHN.BAIRD, Assessor.  Cumberland,.1October 14, 1903. .^  St. -Ann'* .SCHOOL*  QUAMICHAN,-.  B.'C.'   ."   ���������'     ,-  A Boaiding'School for girls,  with de-1-  partment tor oiph.ms, pleasantly iQca.ted-  at   thiee   miles   fiOin    Duncans   Station:  Primary and Pieparatpry "English Couise. >-  Competent   Instructors   for1"   Piano' and,  Needle-work,    Cutting and Fitting also  taught. * Board and Tuition, $9" a month.  For particulars, address��������� ,  .SISTER' SUPERIOR,  Tzouhalem P. O.  v'������  NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN that  m Sixty days after date I intend to make  application to the Lands and Works Department to, purchase the following described parcel, of Jand;���������siinated,about_ l^ajf  a mile horn the town of Hazelton, Sk'eena  River, commencing at'a post planted at  the North West corner of Lot No' 34  '(thirty-four), thence North forty chains  alonj; the Eastern boundary of the Hazel-  ion Indian Reserve, thence East 40  chains, thence South 40 chains, to the  Noith East corner of Lot 34, thence  West 40 chains  to point of commence  ment.  '   ��������� ������������������      . R. S. Sargent. .  Dated 26th September, 1903..  A Spanief DOG���������Owner may have same  by identifying, and paying for this advertisement.    Apply, this Office.  kuiuuua toMMXii iuMumg������jmw  STRAYED  On my premises, near Courtney, 5 Hogs.  Owner can have same by paying damages and expenses.  John A. Munro.  ^nrr���������!^7i>������- 1 m mi������������������ mi��������� immiimi ���������>ihti htmmi '"^���������  WANTED employment at Gardening  or. can take the."management; of a farm  by a competent. man,, with .over' thirty  years experience in some of the best Hor-'  ticultural and Agricultural establishments  in Europe. Orchard Fruit Trees a specialty. Can be well recommended.���������Address,. " Agricolo." Cumberland News.  The widow of the late Mr Luigi Mar-  rochVj begs 'to''-acknowledge the receipt of  cheque .on Bank of Commerce foi- one  'thousand dollars from the Canadian  Order of Woodmen of the World. Mrs  Marrocbi .heartily thanks-.the officers of  the Local and Head Camps for the.  prompt and kind manner in which they  settled claims finder the policy issued by  them to her husband.  ���������OY��������� ' '  LATE3T       PATTERNS  Mings' for Bents,  ���������^-and���������  Costumes for Ladies. -  T H CAREY,  Ladies'& Gestts Tailor  Dpsmuir'ATB., GnmliBrlaiid.  A   mu 11 it Ion  AND  Eley's liOaded Shells.  Shells Loaded, to order.  A larg-e and complete stock of Eifie  Ammunition at  The   BIG  STORE  j  Simon"Leise������*'���������;& Co., Ltd.  '       '     '    CUMRERJ7AND:  Tc^ Cure a Cold in Onk Day take  Laxal.iv-H Brorno -Qninirie Tablets*  ��������� All druggists'refund the moiiey if  it fails U\ cure. E. VV. Grove's signature is on 'each box.    25c.  62b    14 1 03


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