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 THIRTEENTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND,   B. C. WEDNESDAY    APRIL  hi^goS  /i  ���������ss*..���������..C  Mens, Youths and 'Zoys S?������T?������g and  Summer <Ck>tl*������3������$������* .Vi plain-ancl f.incy  ���������worsteds anb Dveeds In all ihe latest styles.  Newest des!.7ns in !<������������?��������������� CttHai na and  plain and frilled Curtain /^^o.'i.*;,  Crmi)$ Print all ir. iit-t ������ic������u--csr patterns,  every piece guaranteed Je> ?o:z,sk pj\4 keep its  color. .  All the newest fabrics in SiMM.������,ier  Dress Go^Jttrf.   .  The latest styles fYMaus Sfats .asacl  Caps.  o ������ - . ���������  Every requisite for  House  cleaning, Car-  Pets, Linoleums,   Matting,   Carpet Squares,  Rugs,   Window  Blinds.      Large   stock of  Trunks" V*lisqs and Telescopes always  on  hand..  KW������-  ?r,.  Moimt .Vesuvius .Looks Dangerous  Nanaimo Victorious ,  T^ pgnet Cash Store  SIMONLE1SER  LIMITED  Cumberland  Local and   Personal  Mr O. H. F.v.hner h������   had a -h,e  shine stand placed in   bis   burner  shop for tlUe\oii,veiiieiHo of^JUbiw/ri-  ,er.s.  Mrs J. Leitlvad,' 1-itelv Mr?  N c i Isou has I),'.-., vi-iii.ig relatives h?re. Site will i<m Mr I>nh-.  .end shortly.  M's'Htewe1t, who has been - vibii-  jiog he-1' sister. Mrs" Woodhu,- i-<r  .so^ie months past, lfi last, wj-k  f r le r not, e near Ottawa, (���������'������������������it  w/te acCompatiifMl by her. r.ep tc, j  Mr P. Mcl'j'ohh..  It seems probable that then-- will  ho a road boeseiec .ion in tb.e near  future, tw,o candidates, Messrs  Calhoun an i liecko-isi-dl, are spoken of as likely candidates.  of a; p ..I given*  Unaer_|hepsam.e act Dr Q.uinl;o  was summoned last week, and ���������hi������-  cue was also dismissed on ths  grounds of Ids being a, pioiessioi.al.  man, n being p/e timed that a pro-.  lYs-sion did ma rank a* an occup  ti.ui  San.    Francisco,   Cal.., ���������'. 9���������The  fiercest riots in San Francis o  weit  witnessed last, night at a meeting ot  socialists he.d at Woodwards pavilion as an expression  of sympathy  for President Moyer and   Secretary  Hey woe' of Wesiern Federaion of  Miners who .as'e impiis ntd aud accused of complicity, in the assassination of Gov.  St-eunfiuberfj,  .violes t  speeches weie aiade in which li was  dec la fed ������ha������, "M i -yer'a nd   H ev wood  were tnuoceat ,^.ad tnat if convicted  would not lie&iH,,g'.-d unies������ the et>*  liveU ited Sta--.es army was brought  so ass'.-t in ihe r ex cution.    A pro-  -oes-ion '\v->.sorfto.iiii/,.c:d-headed by   a  bund, a has \\u-  su rtly   made   to  ���������hoii������t a jjLig 1-ear-.ifg -.he i.,.-crlpiion  ���������".;die fons'iiution -oe  damned'1    f.o  says.he   corporation!.'.,   the   police  Oidi-r.-.'d f.ho fhr* to ne pulled down.  ! UiiS'.., as r-tiuccd anu -the riot began  Almosi inwiunlly :here was a show-  er of ;c op iro"f, brick-.} and blocks  of. wo .id hV\ in   all   directions.   A  p.'iuad of tjxtra police 'arrived, they  found themselves confronted   by  a  m uldened crowd-armed wi.h sticks  a:.d stones and forhaif  an   hour  a  lively battle was'in-progress,-police  us.'.'d "cluI'S with tell;11g  effect   and  -Lhiicr.o-ijd-^ia Sia tf-d vicouilv, many  port -i i. e mine's commi'tee which  exn mined the mine a week ago and  oHid the mine eomparitively free  from gas and in a most satisfactory  'condition.  HOSPITAL ANNUAL  MEETIRiJ  NEW SHAFT TO  BE  SUNK  Tt has been g'von out that upon  Mr Duiu-muir'a latat visit &bw;V, a  week ago, be had decided to sink a  shitft ai No. 1 mine some distance  abend of tho present slope entrance.  The work will be commenced at  once.  LICENCE ACT.  Messrs J./Pmcer andO. H. Fech-  ner, the two barbers, V Monte, shoo  maker, and Hugh Mitchell, black*  smith, were oharRod with carrying  on business without licences, under  tho Act Tho defence set up by  Capt Dillon, for tho defendants, on  Monday ovrning, before Messrs Ah-  rams and MeJvnight, was "itat titey  wore not liable to the tux because ol  Vwctuw of lining dependant on the  skill of their hands soleiv fora live-  t"i    ,, l   ,������,| >^r>rr>frirn it wit* a direct  tax on labour, Tho magistrates!  took tho view that under the act they  could not do otherwise than convict  and imposed ft ilnoof ���������l.OO costs U  and licence ;ro, on Me^rs Fra?c-,  Fccb.nr nnd Monte. Mr Mitchell  wan dfanakxtd on account of heirg  twner of his prcmUea and wtm car  ryingon ad induitry. The ftncp  werep������id under proleftt and notice \  The annual meeting and electi"  of ��������� tlicers was held in the City JrL;  last Saturdy Pres Abrams iu chit;  Minutes, treasurer's   and   auditei  repor s read,  sliowiug   instiiutioi  to he in a flouri-hiug -.-���������aie,'  Kiec'  ion of oill ers ihen look place, Hi <.  Mr Hall in chair.  }.V,oi������ulent, Mr Abrams  \yic.e I'resldeiv, h  A. Moutirso  Seoty, F. Oalby  Treas.   J  L. Roc,  Board of Directors, A. McKnigh',  Dr Gille pie, T. Beimolt, M. Mm.-  none J. Weir.  The President, then invited remark-  aud Mr Partridge niotitioned   tha,  Saturday night  w.'ifl inconveui-n;  for business men or there wouldhav  been a larger mooting, and   tuovi-.i  that Tuesday ui���������hl bo adopted    ',' ���������  \\ hyie movivl in amdl,.  that M.(.n-  day night be chosen.   Amendini ��������� :  carried     Voies of Utankb w. re p -  seti to Well. Coll. Co for free   co   ,  to auditors,   phvsioans,   and   o..i  goingolllcers, and meotingadjou:   -  ed,   It had been expected that t-  Ui.xtrict would tins year bo repr :  ontod by one or mi������re directors fn-i,  tlie Valley, but there wore no nom  iualions from there.  Naples. 8'h���������Mount Vesuvius is  a C'dossai luaxier and 'he town of  Boscoval h'S been f rm^d inlo'an-'  other P:.mpei, torrents of -iqu:d tire  .re^omhiinji in the distance se;pelits  with 'giit'.cr.irig and biack scales are  courrviiig in ali direc iontt. ltuo.b-  lit-gs, defoliations and (jarlh tremblings while a pall of smoke that  overhangs o.a king bre.-.thirg difficult. Streams t-.f of lava are res-i-1-  less they snap-like pipe sii-ms,trunks  I of trees ' hundred., y.-ars   old,   and  l  bli.-ht'wi'h their b.eaUi blofom1*  on peach'trees before the trees iheuj  selvc have heei, re clu-d. Every*  wheie iu the vicinity of the volcano  pitifu scenes, are witnessed, women  tearing their h������ir in their grief and  old me-i v.-rying also. T, e loss of  their beloved homes a;fvd .Over 2,000  acres of land under cultivation have  been de-tioyed . by tbe e'uption,  The earthquake shocks are gro.ving  stronger. Each shock is acCompan-  ietl by prolonged detonii tions."  . , o   Close Inspection^.  of our Wall Pnperh 'Tevetiis their  greai supH'iurii.y. Oi r New..Papers  are supply t|e;peifeition .of .e*cdi-  lencf.���������-,a!������p that our  1B0B Ming TscBe  is the-1 est.  ������.������*"���������  0. Y. B. BANQUET  >    u   On     ThnrMliv      eviMiin"     h'-  after        ccnpleon        of      th.  instill.ttion        ceremonies,       ti  Thomson lodge of   Oranco   Votm  Hrifonseutertnitied a go,ally gall. ���������������  iiiii .,f viri or- a' a !;.'.( ",'.-. V.   !','.    '!.  City Hall.   The taiile.H wtre titt'������'  fully  anaig'd,   and    bjiinijlu.i.  Bnpplied with   delicacie������, and   tin  evident p*ina taken t>   make  Hit!  affair a micccm, was rj)ft\t cemmt \ '  ^ero i: j ii r* cl nn bo' h sides,?? tf the  rioters wee arres'ed.  * ���������'  Nun a mo, \Apr 9'b--Acting up-  ii.-r inSMticiions of tlio Government  Thomas Budge, SeclS-.ary "f Board  of Mini rs Kxaoiiners, hat' just com  pleied an exlatn-tive exa-minaiioii  oi No. i ndiiC whiebj^yas recei.tly re  j) or ted on the floor of the Legislature to ot- tuli of gasv'*'--l!he r< port of  Mr Budge end-wsssiu avery' maleri-  al part the I st report of Inspector  Dick a-.d con (bins -Tie previous re-  r1'"1,.?"'"1 ���������": ���������������������������*~~~~"^',i " '""��������� '"'"'  dahlo. The lodge is now about 3)  sp'oii.-, vviih mi.iy applicants ioi  admi.-M.i), iiiid in a town where the  absence of clubs of all kind-,'is coo-  spieiioiis, mis order will without  doubt he a n-.o.-u excel out, thing 'for  ilc yoii.ig male population.  Af'.er pirtukiiig of   (do   supper,  th'ttfolio ��������� ing   ptogrammo  was enact d--  Adores- by Chairman, John Thorn  son  Toast. Ivogaiul Country, God Save  tho Koig  Addr������������������--, i.e.'   Mr Chriiitmaa  llccila.io,,, b" Watson  Song, 6 C.ti  o  It  Adores-, ti-.-y <ir McGillivray  Tua-i, b u  V. B , i)elcgii.te   Alex-  anno  Se.u.'tion. I*, liundi-d and A, Auder-  ;-,ll  S^   ,p,, II'--.  M, tdin^oiaa  Uc'l',  F    B'te  .Mldfi: ���������-, ll^'V   U:' if   : H  I'nrts-, \S < n, Coli, C i and  Cily  by  Mr Mai hews ami iMayor Willurd.  l'resr-, W. I J.  Andei on.  T-.ast. Siblei 'Soi-ioli,-*.  A. K. it A   M.. Alt Abrams  K   ������������f I'-.-lHr   lloiocty  H),i) I'.,   I   ������'-   J.-nr  Woodoott, i������i tiiin ,-pio  L O L , I) 11   M'l'onald  Couio. a, 'o���������'!/<.-, S Calhoun  I  ���������'.     "        I'    -ItTMIll  '     ''       t   i  Toa*'., i.,, i������-  \ln-.-fs Wm Hayman  iii.u .!   .',', M- I., nd  Auhl lj;isu;  '-, li'������  God r^.ivo th-   King  l no i,,iu,iih...i  >. ���������  .i.t; lo   | >'.������i  ,.x ..,.-,,.c i <���������.\r t h-tuks to tbe J-nli<*s  wtio iisFisted to preparing tic  viarnU and arranging tbe table*,  al������������>to those whokiudly lent crock-  fry and glassware.  "^Vancou \'orJ~^~XlHnli3*o~st7ucF  Rivers'Inlet today and   utterly dfi  molished a cannery there.   The lo-s  is $1,000.  ���������o-  ;Nanaimo,9 h���������Nanairaodefeated  tne Ladysmiih champion's yesterday at football, Bcore 2 to 1.  T. E- BATE  A PAREWEUL  A number of friends met at a  danqein the City Hal! last evening  for the purpose of bidding goodbye  to Messrs Alex McNeil and A. Riggs  who 1;ft this- morning for Edmonton. At Caigary. they will be joined by Mr Riggs senior, father of d.H  and A. Riggs. We wish the voyagers good luck,  ���������An-G^od-F-rrid^y-eveningrat-Spnj���������  a lantern exhibit will be given   it  the Mevhodist (Churchy   with new  slides   just    arrived.    Admission  children 10cts,adul s 25ets.  ���������Mr J.ihn Williams was a passenger Ihbi'.oig.ht to���������, p.i.jrohrr?.������.nd,  ac- '  t.ompaniett hv    his   grairi hou  Mr  Granam Wiltamn who will spend  Easter with his parents here.  l'h."i,������;o take notice Mint Mr Napier his tlisposod of his In-  tr-rest in the bn^iiv'ss uow carried on liy the (Irm known as  Napier & Partridge and that all outstanding accounts duo to  ih'isame firm mu������t he settled within the next thirty dnys(HO)  After that date, unless satisfactory arrangementa are made  for all payments then due, same w>;l bo placed for collection.  (SIGN Kin  NAPIER & PARTRIDGE  ,vr '. Croup Oom@s  Silence the Wisdom of Keeping in the House  the Most Effective Cure.  Ir. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine  Blight hoarseness in the evening  Is the only warning of croup.  About midnight the child awakes  coughing ��������� tnat peculiar, metallic  cough called croupy, aud which  strikes terror to the mother's heart.  Then begins the struggle for  breath, and if relief is to be obtained  treatment must be prompt aud effective.  Anyone who has tested Dr. Chase's  Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine as  a cure for croup will not hesitate  to pronounce it an unqualified success.       .  It is wonderfully prompt in loosening the cough, clearing the air passages of the head, and soothing the  ���������axcited nerves.  People who realize the suddenness  ���������with which croup comes on, and the  danger which accompanies it, usually  Steep some of Dr. Chase's Syrup of  ILtnseed and Turpentine in the house  far use in case of emergency.  For   bronchitis,    whooping    cough,  asthma, and every form of throat  ami bronchial trouble, this great  family medicine is a quick and certain cure.  Writes Mrs. George Brown, 71  Harbord St., Toronto: "Our children  have been very subject to croup, and  we have found that Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine has  always brought quick relief. By using it at the first sign of trouble the  disease is checked at once. We always keep thiis remedy in the house,  and, in fact, feel that we, could not  do without it. We also use it for  coughs and colds with excellent results, and recommend it to our  friends."  There are imitations of Dr. Chase's  Syrup of Linseed- and Turpentine.  Be sure you see the portrait and signature of Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous receipt hook author, on the bottle  yoct buy. 25 cents a bottle; family  size, three times as much, CO cents;  at all dealers or Edmanson, Bates &  Co., Toronto.  President Hare** Watche*.  President Hayes was in the habit of  wearing a cheap nickel watch while In  the White House, and much comment  was aroused as to the reason. The  truth was that almost weekly a deputation of western Indians called upon  him, always bringing presents of some  kind to the great father. Of course he  was expected to give something in return, and the object was to find something cheap and at the same time acceptable. Watches were a novelty to  the Indians, and to present a chief  with a watch which the great father  himself had been carrying always impressed him greatly. Having discovered this and not caring to distribute  gold watches or oven silver ones, Mr.,  Hayes hit upon the expedient of buying nickel watches at $30 a dozen and  always made it convenient to have one  with him against an emergency.  -tawr  Advocates  a   Nickel   Coin.  That the government should adopt  nickel as the base for a Canadian  coin was advocated by Prof. W. G.  Miller, Provincial Geologist, at an  address given before the Society of  Chemical Industry.  The speaker not only gave a very  fall description of the cobalt and silver deposits, but also the vast extent of the mineral wealth in Ontario, this province producing one-half  the nickel supply and one-third the  silica supply of the world; and will  he the greatest cobalt producer. The  'Value of metals refined from Sudbury last year was over $12,000,000,  -while the Yukon produced only  $5,000,000 in gold.  Nearly $700,000 will be spent by  ���������he Grand Trunk railway in equipping the Sarnia tunnel with electric  ���������^ower on the third rail system.  Hetty Green, the world's richest  woman,. has been duped by someone  who passed a counterfeit half-dollar  on her, and when a street car conductor refused to take the coin she  had  to get him to trust her.  The Lake Superior Corporation,  Sault St. Marie, Ont., will erect an  open hearth steel plant at a cost of  about  $200,000.  A Risk,  "Why don't you do something philanthropic?"  "I'm afraid to," answered Senator  Sorghum. "If I show that I have any  money beyond my actual needs somebody will be asking where I got it."���������  Washington Star,  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  A despatch from Melilla, Morocco,  announces that the insurgent Moors  recently attacked the Spanish cruiser Infanta Isabel near the Marchica  factory.  Help your children to grow strong  and robust by counteracting anything that causes ill-health. One  great cause of disease in children is  worms. Remove cthem with Mother  Grave's Worm Exterminator. It  never fails.  The Edwardsburg Starch Co., Imperial Starch Co, of Prescott and  Brantford Starch Co. have been syndicated into the "Canada Starch Co."  with a capital   stock of  $2,500,000.  The Duke of Abruzzi, a cousin of  King Victor Emmanuel, has almost  completed arrangements for a voyage of exploration into the heart of  Africa.  Joseph H. Choate, Horace Porter  and Judige' Rose of Arkansas have  been selected as the American delegates to the peace conference at the  Hague.  "SALADA" Ceylon Tea can , now  be had everywhere and within the  reach of every person as it can he  purchased in Gold label at 60c. per  lb., Red label at 50c. Blue label at  40c, Green label at 30c, and Brown  label at 25c per lb., all equally pure  tea, but of course the cheaper  grade are not as fine flavored, not  being grown at as high an elevation  as the expensiv eteas, the latter are  produced at an elevation of 6,000  feet above the sea level.  The publisher of the best Farmer's  paper in the Maritime provinces in  writing to us states:  ��������� "I would say that I do not know  of a medicine that lias stood the test  of time like MINARD'S LINIMENT.  It has been an unfailing remedy in  ���������our���������household���������ever���������since���������I���������can���������re--  member, and has outlived dozens of  would-be competitors and imitators."  The Chinese government has decided that in the settlements opened  in the future in China or Manchuria  the privileges of foreigners shall be  greatly less than in the present treaty ports.  Hr?���������As I sat there alone, -Hilda}  came along and offered me a penny  for my thoughts. She���������The extravagant creature.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Garget   in  Cows.  Jealousy,   fear,    the belittling of  self, tho bhies, and all introspective  forms   of   depression, are the children of worry.  If you are a sufferer from colds ret  a bottle of Dickie's Anti-Consumptive  Syrup and test; Its quallt'ot. It will  J bo found that no prahe b s.r.owed <.,n  It is too high. It loos nil t 1i.it Is  claimed for it , and floe: It thoroughly. Do not take any substitute for  Bickle's Syrup, beenuao It, la tho best,  having stood tho test of years. All  the host dealers soil It.  Sunlight Soap is better than other  soaps, but is- best when used in the  Sunlight way. Buy Sunlight Soap  and follow directions.  An agreement providing for the  establishment of a parcel post between Sweden and the United States  at cheap rates, has been concluded.  Something that Should be Rubbed  In,���������Whenever pain Is felt in the  limbs or back, take Dr. Thomas Ec-  lectric Oil; pour a little In the hand,  nnd applying it to the surface beneath which the pain lies, rub briskly. If the first, application does not  afford relief, which is not usually the  case, koop rubbing. Tho Oil will  gradually penetrate to tho affected  part and relief will come.  THE success of pastry  depends upon the  flour. Bread and pastry  must be more than merely appetising; they must  be wholesome, digestible,  nourishing.  The flour depends  upon the wheat and the  way it is milled.  Household Flour  is  made  from   spring  wheat only.   It is milled  by the newest and best  machinery.   It is purified:  by electricity.  Use it and you  get  bread not only light, crisp  I        and appetising, but also  , wnolesome,digestible and  i nourishing.  You will better your  baking by buying Ogil-'  i vie's   Royal   Household  Flour from your grocer.  OgUvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd.  Montreal.  "Ogilvie's Book for a Cook,"  contains 130 pages of excellent  recipes, some never published be-  XOI      fore.   Your grocer can tell you  how to get it FREE.  The  Hair  Best  Tonic  B53?������^tJoUbl^8idS^H������i^^  newer. It tone* up, invigorate*,  strengthen* the hair-bulbe. The hair  grow* faater, thicker; *top* falling  oat; doe* not split at th* end*.  Tested and tried for half a century.  For ttaf whlik������ri and tnouUoh* w make  MVOX.tS9UA.Wi DTK. It ooUn a rich brown  ���������x ������ ioft Maek.  B. P. HALL * CO.. Nnhna. N. H.  Of Course.  "What do you find the most expensive thing about your new electric?"  ���������<My wtfa. ot <vnirs������."  The Mongolian Prince Tashi Lao,  of Hi, in Turkestan, who purposes to  go to  America- to  travel and study  ,___   ~tf^rH9fj^VurnttuTtr.���������   Nursery furniture should be small,  but it should be light in weight also.  The little bent wood chairs are very  good. They can be lifted and carried  about by very small people, and they  have no angles to bark shins on unawares. Do not overdo the nursery  idea. Let the decorations stop with the  walls. Children tire of Mother Goose  rugs, furniture and china. Fresh whit*  curtains that wash are better than picture muslin.  Wnahing  Water.  Labor and soap may both be saved  in the laundry by the use of soft water,  and even the hardest of water may be  easily softened without the addition of  chemicals. Three or four days before  It is to be used draw sufficient water  for the washing and expose it In tubs,  etc, to the action of the sun and air.  The trouble is only that of a little forethought and Is well repaid.  AILHauhlsAetileA  No vague question need now  haunt the minds of up-to-date women  when home dyeing is necessary.  D Y"0"L"A does the thing���������and  does it better.. Quick, easy economical.  The one package can be used for  every sort of cloth���������wool, silk, cotton and mixed.  Gives  beautiful, even, fast  colors.  " D y-o-l a is better than any other  dye I ever used," says Mrs. G. D.  Murray, Newcastle, N. B. Write to  her, and she'll tellyou more.  Try  D y-o-l a.   At your  druggist'*.  Only, per package,  10c.  amy, ���������.',   ssssssszss       > " ���������  ��������� ,j ',,i  A private company is seeking a  franchise from the city of Calgary  to operate a street railway system.  is a perfect cleaner and will  not injure anything.  Best for all household pur>  poses, Sunlight Soap's super'  iority is most conspicuous in  the washing of clothes.  Common  soaps destroy  iU������   pnintH  nr   varntaheH  surfaces of woodwork and  aake the color out of clothes.  Even the daintiest linen  or lace, or the most delicate  colors may be safely washed  with Sunlight Soap in the  Sunlight way (follow direc*  tions).  Equally good with hard  j   or soft water.  t  I  Tun Canadian Northern rnllwny  company will extend their branch  from Swan River, on which work  was bi!j;ua last, season, fur ftomo  nilltiH westward between the main  line  nnd  the   Prince  Albert  section.  Known to Thousanda,���������Partneleo'H  Vegetable Pllln regulate the motion  of tlio' BoorotlonR, purify I ho blood,  mid   keep  tho Htoiuacli    nnd    bowels  Employees of the department of  public works, Havana, havo begun  tho sprinkling oC oil over tho sixty  miles of road on which tho 200 mile  International autoniobllo rafco will  bo run on Feb. 11,  DELICATE FROM BIRTH.  Tn throo words ��������� "doltoato front  birth"���������-Is expressed a world of anxieties suffered by mothers whoso babies hnvo had a bad start In llfo,  For babies who are ailing, peevish,  cross nnd unable to digest tltolv food  Baby's Own  TablotM  aro Invaluable.  I'reo from deleterious mistier,   Taken   . . .     ,      .    ���������. . ,  iiccordlii'T to direction they will ovor-1 J'loy ������cl    "hnofll    'kQ .,���������Klo,   and  come dyspepsia, eradicate biliousness, and leave the digestive organs  healthy and atrottg lo perform their  functions. Their merits are well  known to thousands who know by  experience how beneficial they aro  in giving tone to the system.  Your money refunded by the dealer  from whom you buy Sunlight Soto If you  find any cauh for complaint  King Edward has sent to Ilonja-  mln M. Jennings, of Casoy county,  Kentucky, a very largo diamond  stud which In Htilil fo havo ooen tho  proporty of Paul Kritgor,  A Sound SI.//,,,!..Ii ,*������Ji-,nt,-i a Clear  Hoatl.���������Tho high pressure of a nervous llfo which business men of the  present day aro constrained to live  mako drauRhtH upon their vitality  hi������-tOy   detriment'*!   to   ttietr   health,  It. Is only by the most, careful treatment that they me nblo to keep  themselves alert nnd active In their  various callings, mnnv of them know  tbo valuo of Pann.doo'n Vogetnhlo  Pills in regtihttltii,' the stomach and  rnHirfinmMv keepi>t<* the bend clear.  &tvor Brotf>srj Limited. Toronto  ������������  ]{epnrt������i compil"<t trim njlleinl  sources show thai dutlnj; the New  Orleans yellow ff"vi>r <-pb|.".n!e of  10nr> there were ia,8rtl known eases,  of which 1,151 proved Intnl.  Mtoard'a Untmcrt Cures Dfphtfierfa,  change cross, peevish children into  smiling- happy babies. Mrs. J. W.  Munroo, Slntnlutti, N. W. T��������� says: ���������  "I havo used Baby's Own Tablets for  two years and would not llko to bo  without thorn. Thoy havo changed  our weak, sickly baby Into a fat,  healthy little girl. T can warmly ro������  commend tho Tablots to other mothers." And mothers havo a guarantee that tho Tablots contain no pols-  onotta "soothing stuff, or harmful  drug. Thoy aro absolutely mfo nnd  always do good.   Sold  by med'clno  by writing tbe T>r. WUUnmn Medicine  Co., TlrockvUlo, Ont,  1 ' ������������������" "���������* ���������mnWf^TTSi-l-:  aratfagyfl  '^00t*^tm^0m^lfel^%j^^Sl^^t^,  WANTED  Active men to take orders for  custom-made clothes, Best commission ever offered, Telegraph  conV for rush order?. Experience  not necessary.  REX TAIL0R1N0 C0.9Limited  TORONTO.  Il Yon Would Seek ��������� Gore la  Lite's Worries end Cerei,  Rtsd the Story Recorded  Here ol Mr. Bryce Allan,  ol Jsnrls, Ont.  TW.lore w.t, T am fu!te* au  stratified to tell you of ray  neuter)' with JWuluo of  yon aro to hoar of it. Last  nil I booamo weak, run down  and nervous through over*  work will worry, wm unfit  for. work, hna.no appetite,  nnd felt as It I had lout all  Ii.tflrathtl!??. J'-W.rv^A  a eorloi of oolrta from nlmnjr-  In* wjntor woathor, and  srrartimlly my Judith bocame  nffoctfld "'  SAVED!  lly my h  I. Itrfod.  ', ana a  WN   U   No   B9I  roniodyaftor  vamedy, ana a mimoer of  dnotoni pre������otibod for mo,  lint got no relief. T bosran  iiNtnif Pnyohlno. After two  inntmn' treatment I rntmlnou  my health und Klmuiftli. I  am Miami n������ a bell today,  mill tf!v������ rnyeliliio nil ttio  iirwtlt.  ItRycR Allan.  .Ttirvte, Out.  What a wonderful word to thoie who, for days perhaps,  haro boon adrift tin tho wide sea.  How eagerly every sunriso thoy have seannnd the horison  tn th������ linpo nf notnn frlnnilty mitt  __ At last the morntnf dawns when their hopes are reallied.  Xhff to lavs> nautili ���������������<Pf  Jaoy ���������bout ami w������v������ but  their parohea toroats can scarce utter a sound.  Will ������h������ ���������lofct IhtnT Yen, look! ���������h������.i4t������M htr  court* and now In a few uomontc all their suirorlng will m  at an end.  And to yon also comes tho glad morn,  Bow ������nflorly you have Bought rolltl but all tn Tain and  now you are almost In doopalr.  Yet for you thero Is ROPE.  Tht light o! knowltdgahurovoalodPtYClllNB.  a sure cure for all Throat and Lung troubles.  Fntnmonlo, Plourtoy. LfOrlppe, Broaehltto. Con-  Numptlan, Lanaltudc, Nlaht-aw������������t������ ana all Wootltia  DI*������m������* can lie eirootually ourod by this wonderful  tonic.  All UrusBlato  PSYCHINE (Pronounced Sl-keam)  Tht Qrealiat ol all Tonlca  Ona Dollar  I  Pro* Trial  S������������U Safety In Paychlna  Dr, T. A. Sloenm. Llmlttd, 171 King St* W������ Toronto, Canada si  When  Sug&.r  Roxe  ������Y EDITH M. DOANE  Copyright, 1305, by  C. H. SutcMfft  f  "Don't forget that the matinee is at  2 o'clock���������not 2:30. Are you sure you  have your ticket?" queried little Mrs.  Blake anxiously. ������  She stood, at tbe top of tho porch  steps bidding her husband goodby, and  her eyes traveled complacently over the  well, groomed figure standing, hat In  hand, on the walk below. "The gray  and black in that suit match your  hair so well!" she said approvingly.  "According to that, I shall soon have  to adopt white flannels," he laughed.  "Yes, here is the ticket, 'Left Center,  G 48, Orchestra.'������  "What? Thought I kissed you goodby," as two children rushed pellmell  from the house and threw themselves  rapturously upon him. Here's another,  then, for good luck. Goodby everybody; see you at 2 o'clock."    \.. .  Mrs. Blake followed the good looking  figure with wifely approval. Perhaps  he would turn around. She half wished  'he would���������Consin Margaret was so often on the lookout from her house opposite. But ho���������he had met Mr. Peene and  was already talking earnestly as they  rounded the corner. Cousin Margaret's  husband always, looked back and waved his hand all the way down, but then  it was a family joke that Cousin Margaret had him iso well trained he dared  not do othervfise. "I am glad I married a-roan!" reflected little Mrs. Blake  thankfully. '*r,  First to the kitchen for a talk with  Kate, then to the two, stores for the  Saturday marketing, so like a lottery  drawing to <*the average" suburbanite.  "He had fresh peas and new potatoes  and spring lamb," said Mrs. Blake, returning with the fine triumph of one  who had burned her financial bridge  and bought not wisely, but too well, but  she found Kate unresponsive.  "Nivver  an   egg  sint  yit,  an*   me  a-waitin' on 'em.since airly marnin' fer  the bakin' of the cake," she muttered  ���������belligerently. ~ ----   little crowd of tense, earnest men paid  scant attention to anything but the  business at hand���������a few words of memorandum hastily jotted down on a  scrap of paper, then out again, hurrying along the busy street; back to the  office, to the same tense absorption, the  same impatient jingle of the telephones,  the messenger boys still scrambling up  the nteps. ;  Blake placed the slips on Matthison's  desk.   "All inv" lie said briefly.  "Good," nodded tbe older man, and  again the tense silence settled upon thf  room broken pnly_by_the whir_of the  maculate children, sent him posthaste  to the telephone. "The Hippodrome!"  be 6houted. "Give this message to the  lady sitting next to G 48���������left center-  orchestra��������� G 48���������left center," he repeated. The rest was lost in the returning shuffle of the messeuger boys.  Blake returned to his desk and seized  the telegram from the first boy. He  shot a quick glance at the contents.  "Five hundred barrels���������Brooks &  Ross���������Kansas City," he jotted down  and handed the memorandum to a contract clerk.  He tore open the next envelope.  "Three hundred " barrels���������Holmes &  Wilson-Duluth"-  "One thousand barrels���������Reed &  Nicol's���������Milwaukee," and bo on through  all the long, hot afternoon, while from  the room outside, above the hum of  voices and clatter of quick steps, came  the insistent clicking of the typewriter.  At 7 o!clock Matthison interrupted  him. "Blake, what do you say to letting the boys go home and entering up  the rest of these contracts ourselves?"  Blake nodded. '  . It was nearly 4 o'clock Sunday morning when little Mrs. Blake jumped suddenly to her feet and gazed at the familiar library with sleepy, startled  eyes. Yes, she remembered now. Tom  had telephoned at 8 o'clock and again  at 11, and through the telephone she  had caught the buzz of voices and  thrilled in sympathy with that irresistible force that sends men forth to  grapple'with the world.  As the little clock struck 4 the first  faint twitter of a bird's call mingled  with a man's firm tread swinging  briskly up the walk.,  She flew to the door���������to the porch-  down the steps���������to be caught and held,  tight in eager, infolding arms. "There  is_ Jio_doubJt_jtJbout_ _tiiat_new ^dining  ATTRACTIVE TRIFLES.  A   Craze   For   White   Fur ��������� Lingerie  Waist Still Samrjt���������Revival of lied.  There is a perfect craze just now for  white fur, be it ermine or the imitation, which is in reality white rabbit.  The genuine thing has reached fabulous price's and is indeed a fur for the  wealthy.  Lingerie waists, baud embroidered  waists of handkerchief linen or batiste, will be worn all winter. There  is nothing particularly new in their  makeup this season except that now  and then a yoke appears and the design and embroidery are never twice  alike.  Shirt waists of plain linen distinctly  tailor made, with plain buttons, plain  tucks, plaii}, sleeves and sometimes finished with a link cuff which buttons  down the inside, are much worn. Ono  of the prettiest waists of the season  comes from Ireland and is" white linen,  heavily embroidered by band.  There is a revival of red for rough  weather   garments,   a   rather   bright  Tinsel ribbons in all colors are the  latest <?paze and are employed very  successfully on hats.  One of the eccentric modes of the  moment is that of dyeing feathers and  furs to match the fabrics with which  they are to be worn.  Perfectly "dear" is the waist of empire green double chiffon seen iu the  cut. Over the bloused portion of the  model is a deep yoke formed of* lattices of ribbon and scallops of lace insertion, caught with velvet bows. The  velvet outlines the entire yoke and  tz������raa the cuffs on the elbow sleeves.  JUDIO CHOLLUiT.  POULTRY RAISING.  The marketing had consumed a good  part of the' morning. It took still lon-  . ger to get the grocer on tbe phone and  placate the belligerent Kate, and Mrs.  Blake had not even begun to dress  when the children emerged from Ellen's hands fairly radiating cleanliness  In their crisp, white pique���������that unwilling concession to ."a treat" in town.  "Ellen, don't let them get soiled,"  cried Mrs. Blake agonizingly, "See that  they get their luncheon avid walk on  slowly to the station. We must make  that next train."  At quartef'to 12 Thomas Blake, junior partner .in the firm of Matthison &  Co., sugar brokers, Wall street, consulted his watch, then closed his desk  with a brisk little snap.  ;, "I think I'll go now, Matthison," he  ���������aid, glancing in nt tho door of the adjoining room. "Only fifteen minutes  more. Besides, I am duo to meet Mrs.  Blako and tlio kids at tlio Hippodrome  at 2 o'clock."  Mr. Matthison, a calm, quiet looking  man, looked up from tho letters ho was  'signing. "Might just as well," ho replied. "Business Is as dead as a doornail.  Wo will all got off by 12."  "Mr. Starbuckle wants to see ono of  tlio firm," Interrupted an office boy laconically.  Blako nodded and entered tho tolo-  phono booth. In a moment ho shot out  of tho booth and Into his partner's office, clever, alert, transformed by the  whirl of abundant llfo that .pulsed  through his veins at tlio sudden demand upon it  ;  "Stnrbucklo has put up tho price of  sugar ton points," ho announced briefly.  Matthison whirled around In uls  chair, "Tho douce ho has!" ha ejaculated,  Blako pulled open his desk. "If you  have any outside orders got thorn  roady," ho said, hurriedly seizing a  memorandum. "I'll telephone those  down," And ho dushud again into tho  booth,  Whon ho camo out the olllco alroady  reflected tlio changed condition of thr  market. Tlio telephones wore ringing,  clerks busily sorted slips of pupor or  hurried from desk to desk, and a half  dozen messenger boys tumbled up the  fteni nnd throiifrh'tho door.  "Got 'em all tn V" queried Matthison.  "All but two. Ho balked at that  throo car order of Mercer & Swift's.  Havo to go down with them, I suppose,"  "Gr������ nbonrt TM1 tend tn tho tuls-  grams."  Every sugar broker In Wall street  wits on tho way to Starbucklo's office.  "That's right, my boy; got 'em till In!"  shouted a jovial fat man with a friendly whack nt Bhtko's back. "What  keeps you down hero, anyway? Supposed you wcro at tho Hippodrome by  tills time."  Blako laughed.   "Thought I'd accept  jour Invitation to sail down tho bay  Instead."  The fnt one chuckled.  Onci������ Insldo Btnrbncklo's office th*  room rug now," he laughed softly. .  She glanced apprehensively across  the street. What would Cousin Margaret say to a home coming at this unseemly hour? Then she drew herself  up proudly and regarded her husband  with happy, tender eyes. He was magnificent, she thought���������transformed with  the exultation of the conqueror. Cousin Margaret could have her hand waving, "Patience" playing, home staying  husband. Thank heaven, she had married a man]"  Ilnrn  Ventilation.  The averago dairy barn is too open.  Its ventilation is continuous and too  profuse, entering through cracks, loose,  111 fitted windows, chutes and otherwise. The modern dairy barn should  be approximately air tight, with*  close fitting doors and windows. The  ceiling should not be more than eight  feet high, for whei> higher than this the  warm air generated by the animals  rises so far above them that they derive but little benefit from it. Foul air  should be removed through flues extending from the floor to the roof, and  fresh air should be supplied through  openings along the side walls next to  the ceiling. In planning a barn for a  given number of cows- it is not so much  a matter of securing a given number  of cubic feet of air for breathing space  as it is to provide sufficient circulation j.  of pure air.  PAUL OF RUSSIA.  Hla Aaaaaiiination Was Like the End-  t luir of Julius Cue������nr.  The 25th of March, 1S01, was the day  on which the Emperor Paul of Russia  was assassinated. Paul had received  some whispers of the plot against his  life and had arranged to leave St Petersburg the following day and go to  Moscow, where he fancied ho might be  safer. On tlio evening of the 25th he  retired to rest at an early hour that ho  might thoroughly rest himself bofore  commencing ills journey. At 11 o'clock  about a scoro of tbe conspirators���������officers holding high rank In tho army���������  appeared at the gate of tho palace, It  was closed, hut tho officers presented  an order, signed by tho emperor himself���������or, riitlior, with a forged signature  attached���������and, Informing the sentinel  that thoy woro called to hold a council  of war with tho cznv, woro admitted.  Tho emperor's aUl-tlo-canip was ono  of the foremost of the conspirators and  went In advance of tho others to Paul's  bedchamber, before the door of which  was a Cossack soldier on guard. "Tho  omporor sloops," said tlio man. "I must  roitHO him, There Is tiro In tho city,"  replied tho treacherous aid. Tho Cossack, soolng others push forward,  shouted out to alarm tho omporor and  Immediately fell, pierced by tlio swords  of tho conspirators, Paul attempted to  bolt tho door, bufcuhol'ng unablo to do  so seized bis sword and turned boldly  on thorn. "What Is your design?" bo  demanded of Count; Plato Zouboff,  "nnd what do these men want who aro  with you?" "We demand your abdication," replied Zouboff, who then road a  formal deed, which had boon previously prepared.  "What! Bo you, who havo boon loaded will, LuiuilL.; by J'..c, turn thun upon your muster?" p-ttd the omporor.  "You nro no longer our master," replied Zouboff. "Tho nation has provided you a successor tn tlio sbapo of your  son Alexander."  MODISH CLOTH GOWN.  shade of red resembling hunting pink.  This color is also a decided feature  in small coatees of cloth worn with  skirts of white check on the golf links.  Secret bracelets���������bracelets that lock  on the'arm and are supposed never to  come off���������are worn as engagement  bracelets. As a matter of fact, they  can be taken off by the insertion into  the lock of a pin point.  The gown illustrated is a charming  combination of cloth and braid.. Tho  double skirt Is elaborately trimmed  with'soutache, and the bodice is strapped and laced In a fascinating fashion  with tho braid.     JUDIO CIIOLLET.  FREAKS OF FASHION.  Separate Cunt* Smart anil Economical���������Guimpe Effect* Still Clilc,  Tho vogue of tho separate coat has  a spoclal feature in its favor in tho fact  that it makes possible tho wearing of  different frocks or skirts underneath.  Now, with a well selected separate  wrap tlio questlou of both street and  evening wear Is solved. Tho homo  toilet can easily bo worn to tho theater  with tho addition of a smart topcoat.  Gulmpo and gulmpo effects aro still  very popular, They nro at onco both  smart and economical. Any of tho  sheer silk or caslnricros is used with  striking effect when acconipiinlod by  a dainty Inee or batiste gtilinpo nnd  perhaps long cuffs of tho snnio ninto-  rlnls.  Laco for cuffs and collars Is generally  backed with chiffon. Tho effect Is quite  TI      .1  1 i.VI,  th!  ::cl  hh  "word,  .nnd  the conspirators, who had not expected  him to show so much courage, drew  hack, with tho exception of a man  named Bntilugson, who urged the others forward, saying:  "If you Infinite, you nro lost."  Then Count Valerian Zouboff Htruea  the fli"if blew,  nnil  the others  qnlekly  followed his example.   As 1'uul still  struggled an officer's sash was passed  around bis nock, and tho llfo was click*  ed out of him, bis last words being:  "And you, too, my Constantinor  A Bntter Frodncer. flj.  The cow Clarion Girl was eighteenth  Jersey in Classes A and B in the dairy  demonstration at the St. Louis world's  fair. Hoard's Dairyman, from which  her portrait was reproduced, says of  this cow:  "Clarion Girl, weighing 754 pounds,  freshened March 15, but there is no rec-  One of the Most Stable Lines of Buss-  >    ness In the World.  The incubator is an important factor in poultry raising. It is a s^ccss,  avers Dr. Richard H. Wood, an-expert  poultry raiser. It has come to stay, anil  the time is not far distant when iz-  will be as necessary upon every fara;  as is"-trie plow, the mower or the separator. It is a.machine the*'operation:  of which is simple. It calls for no hardor heavy manual labor.'A "woman. ^  child or even a crippled or invalid'  member of the household may lean,.,  to operate an incubator easily and suc^-  cessfully.  Hundreds of most-excellent incubators are being made and sold, but they'  are forced to compete with almost as>  many that are inferior and imperfect, -t  if not positively defective. Now, every *  imperfect machine put out is-as'serious damage to the incubator ,busincs&.-  The purchaser of an inferior machine-,,  failing to secure good   results,   sets*  aside his incubator arid informs his",  neighbors that artificial incubation ia'  a failure. On^the other hand, the purchaser of a good machine���������one prdpor*--  ly maae and adapted to its work���������is.-  s������ apt to be pleased with his success- "  that he encourages his   friends   an 3  neighbors to undertake raising chicle  ens with incubators.  No Danger of Overcrowding.  It seems proper to answer the question, asked so frequently, "Is there not  some danger that so many will, embark  in this business !.that it will be overdone and the markets be evercrowdecC'  with poultry and eggs?" Answer: No?  the demand is constantly increasing,,  and more production will be followed!  by increased consumption. As. fast ass  a regular supply can be depended upon tovthe same extent will consumers?,  learn to avail themselves of that sup-  Ply.  Again, not every one who has gone*  Into the poultry "tiusiness will remain-  In it. Many will find it not to their'  liking, while others will not have sufficient energy,, and persistence to leara;  its details. The poultry business :a>-  one of the most stable lines of business in the world to-day. Its products.;  are always in demand in every town*  and city of the world. No prejudice o������'  religion or caste stands in its way;-  Sales are not limited as to locality osr  season.  HOME CIDER MAKING.  JEBSEI COW CLARION GIBIi.  ord of her milk yield back of ApriP21.  The contest at St. Louis ended Oct. 13,  seven months after this* cow's lactation  period commenced, arid at that date  she was giving over thirtyfpiounds of  milk, testing over 5 per cent of butter  fat. Such a cow does no discredit to  her ancestry. Her record for the 120  days was 253.15 pounds of butter at a  food cost of $2G.88-a pound of butter  for less than 11, cents���������and she was  one of those small cows so much derided by some writers."  Clarion Girl is owned by Howard  Wllletts of Now York.  A Convenient Press For Turning Ou*  a Few "Gallon's.  '^Thousrads^rb^Bhrels^f^T)leir'go"to*'  waste every year that .might he made-  Into cider or. vinegar or boiled cider iC  the people owning them only had a*  cider press. A homemade press lika-  that the illustration shows will pay  for itself every year, and when a few-  gallons of cider are wanted any timer  during the winter it can be rnade frorx������  the partly decayed or defective apples*.  Coyrn to Cat Out.  A good many so called "dairy cows"  now going through tbo motions of producing milk in the middlo states and  eastern states could be cut out of the  dairy herds this year with marked  benefit to tho milk business in general  and to tlio producers in particular, says  Farm Progress. These cows make too  little milk, of too low quality and at  too high cost. What milk they do make  nets their owners a loss and by sur-  pluslng tho markets aids to make tho  milk business unprofitable to all who  aro in it.  Know Your Cotvii,  Many a man whp Is selling milk or  cream or making butter remains.In  perpetual Ignorance of what each cow  Is doing, And so It often happens that  while koiiio in tlio huril would uiiiko  a profit, It Is onion up by those that  make only loss, There Is no certain  way In the dairy but to keep a careful  ntul constant record of what each cow  docs, it la not hard to do, ho far as  milk Is concerned, A scale nnd a pencil nnd paper In tbo bant aro all that  Is needed.  Tho Odor of Hllnffo.  Rllngo will not taint cream or milk  provided It Is so preserved thnt It docs  not spoil. Tito, cows should bo fed  only ns tniHi an they will consume, nnd  this feeding must bo done directly  nftor milking, Good slhigo properly  handled mokes tho best of ml'k and  ero������m.~F.irm Provrrolm.  Hail PlfirortHl Milk.  j     iu  in,)   ui'uuuii   Uifii;  j.-,  nut  iin in;  .  ullMiC    ill!    VJUlU'JJ    .ti     iiiC    j,. J'i  ���������������������������   '.   ��������� n'    "'  I "off" mill;, or milk that goes bad nnd  j gets off flavor, and thnt tt the cotton  j cloth straluor, used over nnd over, cold  ! water washed too often and seeded  j with liiH'iulnm and oilier LimuuUKwwuft,  I until It Is ho yellow with contamination  I thnt tt blind doctor would dlngnoso It  J as Jniindlco In tho chronic htuge.-Jobn  Gould, Ohio.  Luniiti oun;.\' waist.  rs transparent, and thoro Is no hint of  baroness, or of that unfinished look  that Always prevails when tho chlffou  Is omitted.  Clean Iliittfr.  Pld you ever think thnt when croam  comt'H to tho tup It bring* all tho Impurities thnt woro Jn tho milk up wltli  It? That being so, nobody can keep  Impurities out of butter when they get  that far, so If wo want dean butter wt  mast keep tho milk pure.  homkmapk euHcu riM'ss.  cutting away the decayed parts. From  ten to twelve 'gallons of .cider may bw  made of an evening or rainy half day,  aays au Ohio Farmer correspondent  In giving directions as follows;  Most of the material may be picked  up around the far:::, probably with tho*  exception of the screw. A carpenter'!*  bench Iron, screw should bo used. >  plank 2 by 12 Inches and J2 'foot long;  Is needed for the .proas frame, SnSr  off two pieces four feet long and two*  pieces two foot long, cut a gain four  Inches front the end of each long ploco-  atid halt an inch deep and an wide a������  the thickness of the short pieces; thon-  spike the four together. For tho cheosa  crib get two hoops made of heavy hoojv  Iron, with holes punched nhotit nn.  Inch ami a half apart, and fill thon*  with HtavoH about, two foot long nnd  an Inch and a quarter wide, and with  small nails or screws fasten tho staves-  ItiHldo tho hoops, leaving thorn a quar-  '          ���������     i              i.i   ...-ii    .,   r..w.  U.t   ui  mi   ������������������....  ������������������! >   ......    ...,   VH'ein ������n rr'tf>h"M<f onnduH the elder  A bole should be tiered tn tbe cover  half an Inch deep for the end of tht*  Hcrcw to work In, otherwise it mlt;ht  Hllp to ono Mldo and bond or possible  break It,  Tho Hen to Keep.  Tho early hatched pulleta nnd wer  one-year-old hctiH are the most profitable to keen. Old hens and the lat������  hatched pullets will not prove profit***  lile as oirir producers the oorniai: winter, hut thoy will bo In nno u,-n>ntlox''  for heavy laying as neon n������ spring  opetiH, If nit would kei-p itic-e iitei*  well before them and retain only early  hatched pullets and early hens for it  profitable egg yield during the wlntw  thoro would bo less disappointment.���������-'  Country Gentleman. 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Dietetic nnonoy VurseourlnKpiitontB  In Aniti'icn., Wu liavo a Wnsliinatou office.  l ,n<mts tiwun tlirounU Muun & Co. rewire  upwind notice lu tbo  SCIENTIFIC HfrlERICAN,  Nuntfroo.  Address  MUNN   &   CO.,  961 iho.iUwn>, New York,  JOHN McL'EODS  FOR F.TRRT-CLAMS  (JAN'DV, FRIflTH,  (W1ARH it TOKACC08.  in    .in..���������  ��������� I ������������������������ H"..F   mi ������;���������  HARNESS  \l      V I [.LA HI > ti urupiti'Qil to  ** ���������   till any Onhirii for Fino or  Jlt;a.j' Kiu.jc.Hi, at nhert iiu tt)<i.  W.I.UIIIJ BUV'K,      Cumberland,  ^"���������������������������''���������^^���������"������������������'���������^���������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������MWiMiMaai^w  For Kahomiriing, Pape<������hunglng  /������������������ ���������-      ."! 'fi      *-���������������     >t r;... Oi3������?  . ..    1,0  ..-, . .uwHi,  t '*"TT- " ..   d Hot'1'.  <*������������������������. ���������������.*,������r,.������   .������������������ #������**>������**  f  ������WM*imii nii[iiin|iiwri^iiM>i^i  MiwiNo Journal  ������ ���������'���������"���������'       "I  Mil    ���������>������������������������������-������������������  t  NOW. IN  ' lf>l������    U.<l������������������  IN ITS I9lh YEAR  Thn laallrtif mining jwrlodtoal nf  the world, with the strong ������t editorial  ttntt t>l any t^hniosl publtcatk n.  t I      *u Hcrtjitlon If.oO ft year tlncltnl-  I f    <������"��������� II. H���������0������rindt*lt, MrtltMR ,   .lt*������i> .  iti.tiniry U%>, Hen������l (of p^w.  | ;     .������'i.j'un.  t flJIJi 1TJ0N tifflflt  *a������ p, ,r} ������,-,r,t(t v^n- Vnr*  mmmmmmmmmmmwvmmmmmmm  A PULI/ JA- TUB ol?.  Thoy were brothers���������canto into tho  vorld the same .day. toe earne hour, &n4  in like manner, they appeared before  the tent of Pedro iiongiuan, a showman,  *rho traveled from village to village with  htR troop of acrobats, jatrgler������ and train  *d lions.  ' What can you do?" he asked.  "Anything requiring skill and agility."  d,MAh!  that  is saying  a great deal,  an you giye me an evidence of your  ability?"  The words were scarcely spoken when  they made a perilous leap over his head,  turned a double somersault, and landed  in smiljng precision before him, Podro  was delighted; the engagement was  soon concluded at a ver.v BiiutU weekly  stipend, the brothers Baying: "Pay us  what you ploaBe; you must decide that."  From the advei.it of those two tra  tnown (for no oue know their real names  -rthey simply styled  themselves Dick  arid Dock) good fortune seemed to smilo  on this traveling show.  In truth, it was impossible to imagine  anything more graceful und daring than  these young acrobats, whether suspended from tho trapeze, flying through th<  air, or leaping and vaulting in the most  wonderful manner���������they seemed as oiw  body animated by one will; then with  incomparable grace thoy would light 6t������  their feet, and, hand in hand, recein  the plaudits of the delighted crowd,  while golden louis, bouquets and billets-  doux, thrown by dainty hands, would  lull in the sawdust ring! But these perfumed billets never had the honor of  being opened���������not even thoir seals  broken���������for Dick and Dock seemed utterly oblivious to blondes or brunettes,  and when not in tho arena, wore always  itudying their profession or practicing  now feats of strength and agility.  0 Nevertheless, they were good comrades with Joannot, the clown; with the  cannon-ball man aud with the colossal  fat woman, who was no other than  madame Pedro herself. Amid all this  adulta'tion only ono person seemed indifferent to their attractions and that  was Nita, the only daughter of Pedro,  the most exquisite little darling you can  imagine in her rose-colored gauze,  spangled with gold; she looked like soma  aerial creature Hying round -.he ring,  leaping through the hoops of paper.  Fresh as a rose and changeful as a  butterfly, she mockingly teased tha  brothers, sometimes running after Dick,  sometimes leaping on the trapese behind  Dock, Very cold and correct thoy  pilently received her coquetries, neve?  #howihg thp least familiarity to the  daughter of their patron.  Time rolled on, and gold rolled Into  the coffers of Pedra. He was growing  ~richrand-Qften-wonderpd-at-the-iudi������-  ference of Dick and Dock, who bad  never asked for an increase of salary.  This mercenary Spaniard, Pedro, could  understand why a man would toil for  profit or position, but to work for little  or noting \v;v:- unnatural���������thero must bo  ���������omething behind it.  Suddemy a thought atruok him, They  were striving to establish a reputation,  and would then sot up a business for  themselves. He must retain them  valuable assistants by a bond not easily  broken. "I will give thorn my daught  or Nita. Sapriste! she can only marry  one of them; which shall it bo'/ Dick i;  ���������tronger than Dock, but Dock ia more  agile and graceful."  Thon Pedro took a decided resolution  Wid laid his dilemma before the brothers  "Which one of you will marry my lit  tloNita?"  Dick and Dook exchanged looks, then  one of them said: "In ten days wo will  answer you."��������� "Ah, yes," confirmed the  othor; "in ten days,"  "That's all right," Mid Pedro. "After  tho balloon asconsioni I understand,"  Pedro had arranged with an aeronaut  for a balloon ascension, a trapeze to bo  attached to tho car, oti1 which tho brothers would perform thoir wonderful foats  five hundred meters tibovo the earth,  Naturally, they wished to wait until  aftor this perilous advontitra hoforo they  could decide.  Hhnt up in a court thoy daily practised  those dangerous uxorcisi's which woro to  augment their renown and tho pocket-  VooJrof their ninployor,  The day of tho exhibition arrived���������*,  perfect soa of facH's���������tlio baloon on tho  centre swaying liko a bird trying her  wings, WiM shouts of enthusiasm an  Nita appeared In hor gohl-Bptinglod cos  turno. dexterously driving tho chariot  containing the two brothers, She was  more bountiful and coijuattish thau ovor  in hor rosn-colorod Kiiuzo--pnrhap8 in  contrast to Dick and Dock, who woro  dressed In blaok volvot, lightly touched  with silver Inco- -rather a funeral costume for such a fontivo occasion, but  probably ohomm hocuuuo they would he  morn clearly outlined on tho bright bluo  dky,  Loaning to tho ground, tho brothoro  griicofully Mitlitto tho crowd; thon, turn*  lug to .Nita, they knuol bwforo hor and  gracefully kiss hor lmu<V-������Omothiug  Vhnv had never dn'in before,  fhe iteroiiant tuouittfi hia oar, follow-  ������<) by tlio two brave .ni;inli,itH, "Irt  hor looait!" A iiiouivat'.-i ailuuoo���������th'-'M  dttAfeiiinif Hlimitrf ol mithushwm an tho  balloon cleave!, the air.  Two young and ifnuvful forms climb  through tho euv'biire of i h������ car and ap-  '-"��������� ,,..,,     il.., '!���������(      '..            ., 1  |    |<v'.t������    nj<"������.   ...      ���������������..,   ��������� *M...   ,,.....i.   |M4  MiMtcltv wen* Tunrvlmi*     Witb folded  arms they stand faeniK each oth������r, vory  pain but vory determined; a slight motion Ot the hlp.s ina::it,iiiip thoir wjulli  bvimu.   Kick was ttit^ first to Mpoak.  "You lovo Nitiv ?"  "Yon, aud you���������"  iiiiiti tun ,k'������'������ v.,k.ii,ut nnti iui U|<. '  "And I will not." luinworert Dock.  "Thon fato imint duoldo���������tho anrvivor  will taku hor."  Thoy stou Imtik tlei length of tha trti  jjoio���������a kuifo i-la ind in their right  handii���������and in bittot anguish gtvzo upou  wh vithor, utt tIj ',:ttrot'j ;������ yf th" wind  that swayed the tv<\im\ hack and forth,  of tliA yawtihiif gulf belnw, Then, with  panting breutii and Kluaming pi **������, they  rush upon ouch other, utill elmging to  the bar tb&t bonds in n with thoir weight j  A frightful struggle trnmio*; i:\um ttf-r  choerfrom tho admiriug crowd, Nit*  Wildly applauding with th������ other*,  rr=  MJ. HENRY'S  Nurseries, Greenhouses  and    eedhoiises.  Vanqouv.er B. C.  W  lui.vtpM*y\nv\ &%i*r  X  HufttlqtiarterK Utt Pacific Coast  Grown garden, flower and field  SEEDS  -New crop now iv. and an  tast in  our Un-enhciiseH     A*k yttur mer  chant for tii**ro,in sealed packages.  If he d������>������*Hii't himdic tlncii we will  mail  50 Assorted fie Packages of V^e-  tttblo un>. Fl w^r Sfuil-,;('"ur uwu McloC'  Hon) aiiitahle for Hi' (ianiuns  For $100  SPECIAL PRICES ON YOUK BULK  SEEPS  B..C. GROWN FRUIT A\TD  ORN\ME.\T\L TREES  Now ready for Spring ship-nent.  Exlra nice stock of 2 & 3 year  Apple Tiew @ $20 00 per 100  ��������� "    @      $18000 (.or, 1,000  ^laynard Plum, $1 00 each  Jtalian Prune, 2 vr,fine, $25 per 100  Sugar Ptune, 2 yr. fine, $30 per 100  Full hst of other stock at regular prices  ���������   jr. ���������--. '���������  No expense, loos or delay of fumigation or  inspection Let ������ie price your but befoie  plaoiug your order  Greenhouse plauts, Floral Work, Bee Sup  plies, Fruit.'.Paolvagea,  Fertilizein etc  Catalogue   Free.  M. J. HKIsHY  3010 ^Westminster Road  Vancouver Jl. C  When In ('ourtenay Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Every conv������:r������ien',e for guee'e.   ��������� ~*-7 1���������-"-������������������~���������     '  The Centtal Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the Best of Wines and; Liquors  at tho Uar.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,     Prop  ��������� ��������� * t *  WILLIAMS BROS  iverv Stable  Teamki'iu.'R and Draymen    '.  SlNCIl.K   ANIV  DOUH! 1'    HIC*.      |  you 'Hire.    All Ordkiis    :  Promptly   Attrndk**) to    ;  Third St,, Cumberland.B.c!  When in Cumberland  i     L -������ !��������������������������� ..i.ii������...m..iii lu���������.I...I.W..I��������� i <m   i i^^ii      n  BTAT AT THU   VESDOME.  iar   Ali. Oonviujiknorh rim Gunsw,  TlwlUll IM SlJI'l'I.IKIi WITH  Best Liquors and CJKars  0 O:\NNKH  0001)0 OOOOOOOOOOCV K)f  Livery  reaming  0     I am prepared   to " C  ������    furnish Stylish Rigs g  O     -mm\ flo T������Hinincf Ht O  5    reasonable rates. x  g D. KILPATRlCK g  5 CUMHKKUANU 3  f 0 OOOOOOOOOoOOOOOQ  FOR   PRESENTATION  PURPOSES.  STBRUNG SILVER TEA SBT  QUADRUPLE SILVER PLATED TEA and COFFEE SETS  L'ABINETS lor TABLE 8IL-  VEK  SOLID GOLD WATCHES  v   LADIES and   GEN IS   WEST-  MlNSiERCHIAUNGCLOCKS  SOLID     GOLD    HEADED  CANES  Decent; Surpassed nowhere  Prices lower th/itj eluewher  Inecripiio-n Engraving free and at  eliori notice ~~~mmm**mWmW  P.   STODOART,  Watchmaker   and  Jeweller,  WaVerly H������tel  First-Clase Aocommodation  ....at Reasonable Bates...  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PKOPR1ETOR.  INTERKSTOix        .INSTRUCTIVE-  "CORRECT   ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT."  A Monthly Magawnk Okvutxd to thk  U8K OK  liNSUSU  JoKKi-UiNK l'ttWOli Bakkh,  Kdiuw.  Partial Content* for this Tffontto.  Course in Bapljuh for the Befinnw.  t'otu-Nfi in. Huglisli fur th<!   \<lT������!i*.d P������pH.  How to lncreasf Oae'n Vo,i;uuUt7.  Tbe Art of Ot������uv������wnti������a.  Sboisid sud Would:   How to Use Ann.  PninuoaiatiauH (Lfentury Ditot������*uary).  Oi.rrwt Eii({li>h in   ne.��������� ;1 -i*  7CJ"frepETi5_t{fi.h iu t...-'S������)ki������L  WhattuJSny .ud Wlwt Nm m ������������y  Course in LeUrr-Writing and PunotuaMoa.  Alphafce ic list ul AblirevitttiimV.  BiiKinaBs Englwh tor the ifcuuMM Mnu  Oiiiiipoiiihl Word'.   Ho������ fn Writo Them.  Studies iu Knylmii Liieruturw.  $1 a Year.  Send 10c for garopje copy  COliKEn' EM5I.I-II, Evanston. III.  BYM CfiAffOfiD  COURTENAY. B,C���������  jjREEDER of    olstein Cattle, Chen*  . tcr VUiie J'iks,,   Karretl I'lyijiput  Ruck*. $c.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES.  "I ������������pp<������������> fhv.frh.fb In r������<or mm f'*f  ridvs m trouiBtitk'k 'i"  -BrtK>mMtick? Wh*t >������* rw������t Hlw  ti4*+ a ���������" ������rp������ ��������� ������w������ii*r;w-<Hiica.*w Rec  ������rd Herald. ^'"  ���������TIjU potato is only half Hob*. m>  dear.-" Mbl Ij* vrwntlf.  '"IVn only wn hatf ������** it. u������y io?������,"  fth* ksKmI affpctiuuat*'ljr.-Tll-UlU.  MAKING NfciVS.  B������IT Arthur BrUbn������* On*t 9������orr0 a  Bl������ Beat For Hl������ Vmper.  "The laymno who '* unuwiMtt!nt������*d witk  aownpnper nit'thoils niu.r be inttwiitcd ia  knuwiiif just how one kopji about rnulln*  a l������iwe ������f n������������w*.v Kara Alien Smijtu' o  Al)ii'b������',������ .Mutrasiiif. "Tb������< bt-nt ll!n>t:-ii-  iiou uf tola, pvrbnpn. ia Arthur UrUliMir't  ArrungfBiriit for John I.. Sullivan tn Sit  before tb* Princ* of Wah-a. At thl* timo  Mr. BrUbunc r w London corri'apon !������������m  (or thr New York Sun. It should b<> un<  .deratood that the competition anmnx the  I^ondoa rt*pri>a������utativ<>a In Ju������t aa ke< ti Aa  thoug% thrjr-n-ere acrvlng their wph.u'.*  pappr* oa Pnrk row, and, thoitiru living  In an atmoaphpr* of Ips������ aKKtrsaire jotir  finliom, tnt^r n������������rer for a monn'iit forget  thfir American educittion. In this thakv  Mr. Briabanp waa. nctuated by no ot bar  juotivp tbns to triumph over hia riraVi  with a letritimato beat, and be found tit  great American bruiser but too glad ta  second tbe idea on the percentage of freo  advertisement. The, Suu umn worked  quietly, quickly and ao sucopxafully that  Che night for the performance came with*  out any one knowing of it excepting tha  Prince, hia friends and the member* o|  the faahionablt club that sheltered tha  twelve foot ring.  "At tbe moment whei������ the referee sref>  ped out to announce tbe fighters tha  prince's , equerry dieeorered that ther*  was present an antitled pernon, und. what  was more deplorable, a newapaper mnh.  Aa the result of this discorery Mr. I)r!������>  bane waa ordered t������ leave the club instantly.  "'But,'.he objected, 1 am responcihie  (or the whole thing. You are not g .hif  to put me out?' ,.  '"The equerry would not bear.him. and  Mr. Brisbane, desperate and angry, pay-  ad hia laat card. '.Well, John.' he aad,  turning to where the champion atonj t*-  lag with one hutre pickled puw. 'I've ������ot  to go.   What'II you do?*  "That's what I'll do.' replied the  champion of the world, plckhlg up bis  Mint and glaring xnragvly at the equerry.  'If that young feller goea, ihea I'll ga.  nnderatau'?' And the ainllea>'e was dia-  mayed to a<>������> the tighter and reporte*  atoindon the rin^ide. It would not dt,  JbjU>^te^,Jtit,di^iiipJiit__bia_r������>rai,highii������*e^  B������i^disgracefully, and the eqm-rry ������iji|  Mr. Brlabane finally j-ompnunlwd by t ���������  latter promising to write tbe a*v#uat only  for the American preaA, The Bun o(  course bod a great beat Beat day. an<< er.  ery aewapaper la Amerlea and f!n.,iiTid  quoted the aneeilote of J������>b������ f* Ktillirait'a  reieptwti by Albert Edward.  "Mr. Nu llran'a apeeck at tbat perlnd  Bad extreme limitations, and when introduced to a distinguished ptraoB be luva-  rislily uwd the same set phr������ne. To t������i������  Prince of Wales, after shaking hands, h������  obierred with dignity and cheerfntneast  ���������Priner. I'm glad tn meet fott. T?a ������(t������������  beard of you,'"  JSMOh  tu  "CUBAN    BLOSSOM',  A  UNION MAUKCIttAU  ROM   THK-  Cuban Cigar Factory  M. J. BOOTH, Proprvttov,  **rz  Union  :  II otel  SAMTTBL   O     DsA/VTS,     T?si6#nxaL<s  KngllNh 4 il.BUUTON alwayi on tap j aU, rt.e fanioun MfLW'AUKBK  DRKRS���������Aiihenaw, lUJjianiaii, Hohllti, Aa, ^OW OUKY BlABtl>���������,  HUOTUH WHI8KY,        Beat Win*! and liquor* of aji kiiuU.  Tho Boarding and Lodging D purtnwut, under the immediate tuneriutendwoe nf Mm  Dttvid. Hill lw fotirtd KiiMt uLs������i in evwy rcnp������et.  ���������w '��������� i im ������������������ m  RATES,  ��������� ��������� ti  $i oo par day upWnrdt.  CampbelFs : BAKERY  ��������� Vino Selection of OAKB8 alwaya on hatwl.  FBEBH BREAD ������vry day.  Orders for SPECIAL 0AO28 promptly attended to  Dunsmuir Avenue,  Cumberland,  Cure a Cold  i  Take Laxative Bromo Ojiinine ������������m*.^ &JL~^  htmtoy.  dgnttort.  pOKs3Si������ si  (���������  w&  y  '* ' '^T^T- fr > "'H '  V")l "  THK CUMBKRLAhD NEW8  W. B. ANDBRBCK,    -  (������������������������������������������������������eBBHBSBMH^B  Mgr  ���������BRt  Tae eolotaaa of Tmb Nbw* we open to ail  ���������������e wish to express therein riewa o mal-  ttrs of pnblic interest.  Waile we da not hold oartaleee re ->nsi-  ''la for the atteraueea of oorreapoudenu, we  aaerve  ������be right   of  declining to laser  omoittuteatiitiia unnMMssrily personal.  WEDNESDAY-.-    Ajril 11     J906.  fa  Kspmalt I l.anaimo fij  8. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  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The HUDSON S BAY CO,  Sole Agents for 9, C.  ..'%'>��������������� ^iSitXStS^IUSIietxiSiil^  .������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������*������������������*****���������������������������*���������***������������������*���������***������������������****������������������#*  ���������������.*  ���������������������������������  *.���������>���������''  '*���������'  ��������� ���������>���������'  ������������������������  -���������#���������  v*������<  ��������� *������������������  -���������,#:  IRVING  II  Continued from last week.  CHAPTER IX.  TIE fifth Rummer was passing  since we came down Paradise  road���������the dog, I'ncle Eh and  1. Times innumerable I had  heard my good old friend toll the story  of our coining west until Its every incident was familiar to me us the alphabet. Else I fear my youthful memory  would have served me poorly for a  chronicle of my childhood so exact and  so extended as this I have written.  , Uncle Eb's hair was white now. and  the voices of the swift and the panther  bad grown mild and tremulous and unsatisfactory and even absurd. Time  bad tamed the monsters of that imaginary wilderness, and 1 had begun to  lose my respect for them. Kut one fear"  bad remained with me as I grew older  ���������the fear of the ni;;ht man. Every  boy and girl in tbe valley trembled at  the mention of him. Many a time I  had held awake in the late evening to  bear'the men talk of him before they  went asleep���������Uncle Eb and Tip Taylor.  I remember a night when Tip said in  a low, awesome tone that he was a  ghost. The word carried into my soul  the first thought of its great and fearful mystery.  "Years and years ago," said he,  "there was a boy by the name of Nehe-  miah Brower.-. .An' he killed another  boy once by accident au' run away an'  was drownded."  "DrowndedT said Uncle Eb.  "How?"  "In the ocean!" the first answered,  gaping.    "Went away  off round the  jjyj^rid.lanLthey_;got a letter that said he  was. drownded on his way to Van Die-  man's Land."  "To Van Dieman's Land!"  "Yes, an' some say the night man ia  the ghost o' the one he killed."  I remember waking that night and  hearing excited whispers at the window near my bed. It was very dark in  the room, and at first I could not tell  who was there.  "Don't you see him?" Tip whispered.  "Where?" I heard Uncle Eb ask.  "  "Under  the   pine   trees.     See   him  move."  At that time I wits tip nt the window  myself and could plainly see the darts  figure of a man standing under the little pine below us,  "The night man, I guess," said Uncle  Eb. "Tint he won't do no bavin. Let  biiu alone.   He's goin' away now,"  Wo. saw li'lm disappear behind the  trees, and then we got back into our  beds again. I covered my head with  the bedclothes and said a small prayer  for the poor night man.  And in tills atmosphere of mystery  and adventure among the plain folk of  Faraway, .whose care of me when I  was iu great need and whoso love of  mo always I count among tho priceless  treasure* of Qod'n providence-, my  childhood passed. And the day oniric  near when I was to begin to piny my  poor part In the world.  It; wits ;i time of now thins*, thnt  winter when I hiiw tho end of my fifteenth year. Then I began to enjoy tho  finer humorst nf life in Faraway, lo seo  wiih understanding nnd by <Jml"ii grace  to feel.  The laud of play nnd fear and fablo  was now far behind tne, and I had bo-  gun lo fei'l the Infinite In the ancient  forest, ill the eveiia.slillg bills, In tho  deep nf heaven, in all the ways of men.  Hope Brower was now near woman  grown, She had a boa til,v of face and  form that wan the la Ik of tho country-  eide. I have 1 raveled far and nomj  many a fair face, but nevei' ono more  to tuy eye. I have heard iiien say Htm  was like a girl out of it Hfory book  those days,  Lute years Humethiiig had coino between tin, Long ngn wo hud fallen out  of 1'iieh other's ennlhleiice, mid ever  since she had Kootni'il to hIiuii inc. I  begun to play with hoys und she with  '.'.;'.. .     .'.   '!'.'..'    ���������       '"' '" ���������' ' ���������  *"������  of bet* liomtfy and acetic each other of  the sweet dlsurraeo of love,  But I must hasten to those ovenlft In  Faraway   that   shaped   our  destinies.  i      '   '',   ' , r .,' ..  . ii     ,.:..',*  wliou 1 bad tin' privilege or encortlnft  Hope to the s.. hii.i! lyeeuw, where tbo  argument uf ,ie,| Koar.v, p.iot of th������  bills, tired m.'. Mini with nit ambit1 -  that ban remni;,e,i with me always.  Uncle Kb sii.; .ited that I ask II  to go Willi me.  whiskers."  "How's that?" I inquired.  "Be scairt t' death," he answered,  " fore they've bed time t' start. Ye  want t' stop right up t' the rack jes' if  ye'd bought an' paid fer yerself an'  was proud o' yer bargain."  I took his advice, and when I found  Hope alone in the parlor I came and  asked her, very awkwardly as I now  remember, to go with me.  She looked at me, blushing, and said  she would ask her mother.    .  And she did, and we walked to the  schoolhouse together that evening, her  hand holding my arm timidly, the most  serious pair that ever struggled with  the problem of deportment on such an  occasion. I was oppressed with a heavy  sense of responsibility in every word I  uttered. ;  Ann Jane Foster, known as "Scooter  Jane," for her rapid walk and stiff carriage, mot us at the corners on her way  to the schoolhouse,  "Big turnout. I guess," said she. "Jed  Fcary an,', Squire Town is comin' over  from Jiugleville an' all tbe big guns '11  be there. I love t' hear Je?l Fcary speak.  He's so tec-bin'."  Ann Jane was always looking around  for some event likely to touch her feelings. She went to every funeral in  Faraway, and when sorrow was scarce  in her own vicinity journeyed far in  quest of it.  "Wouldn't wonder 'f tbe fur flew  when they git t' goin'," she remarked,  and then hurried on, her head erect, her  body motionless, her legs flying. Such  energy as she gave to0the pursuit of  mourning I have never seen equaled in  "any,*other-fonn~of-dissipationT  a   'ichouliii.'isloi',  fur   lil:.i   dl.hiHIr  that if Mose Tupper had had the  "makin' uv himself he'd oughter done  it more careful." o    ;  I remember not much of the speech  he made, but the picture of him as he,  rose on tiptoe and swung his arms like j  a man fighting bees and his drawling  tones are as familiar as the things of  yesterday.  'Gentlemen an' ladies," said he presently, "let me show you a pictnr'. It  is the drunkard's child. It is hungry,  an' there ain't no food in its home. The  child is poorer 'n a straw fed boss.  'Tain't bed a thing t' eat since day before yistiddy, Fictur' it to yourselves  as it couie3 cryiu' to its mother an'  Bays:  TO BE CONTINUED.  THE RUSSIAN ULIGANI  F'*  ORDER OF LAWBREAKERS BRED  FROM CONDITIONS OF ANARCHY^  FOR FARMERS' BOYS.  "I'ratiee t'!"ti' i", fn Jii'i'," tn> sri'-l,  '..',' any you'd be ,;lad of the plci.^tiru  o' her company,"  Hi  The schoolhouse was nearly full of  people when we came in. The big boys  were wrestling in the yard. Men were  lounging on the rude seats inside idly  discussing crops and cattle and lapsing  into silence frequently that bore tho  signs both of expectancy and reflection.  Young men and young women sat together on one side of the house whispering and giggling. Alone among them  was the big and eccentric granddaughter of Mrs. Bisuette, who was always  Slapping some youngster for impertl-  ���������ncneo. Jed Faary and Squire Town sat  together behind a pile of books, both  looking very serious. Tbe long hair  and beard of tho old poet wore now  white and his form bent with ago. He  eamo over and spoke to us and took a  curl of Hope's hair in his stiffened lingers and hold It to the lamplight.  "What silky gold!" he whispered,  " 'S a skein o' fate, my dear girl!"  Suddenly the schoolteacher rapped  on the desk and bade us come to order,  and Hansom Walker was called to the  chair.  "Tliet there is talent Jn Faraway  township," lie said, having reluctantly  come to the pint form, "and talent of  tho very highest order, no one can  deny who has ever attended a lycenni  at the Howard schoolhouse. 1 see evidences of talent In every face before  me. And I wisli 'lo ask what, are the  two grout: talents of the Yankee-lal-  enls that made our forefathers famous)  tho world over? I pause for an answer,"  '    He  bad  once  been  and   that   nci.aiunteil  stylo.  "Wlint are the two great talents nf  the Yankee?" lie repealed, nix hands  clasped hi'l'uro bint.  "Iioiighuuts an' pie,"'Raid I'uele Kb,  who mil In n far corner,  "Nu. sir," Mr. Walker answered.  ���������'There's some hev a talent fer sawlii'  Wood, bill we d'tn't entiltt that, It's  war an' Hpeal.ln' liny are the two  great talents of the Yankee. Hut his  greatest talent Is (lie gift o' gab. f.'lvo  him a chance I' bilk It over with his  enemy, an' he'll lick 'itti without a fight.  An' when his enemy Is another Yankee.  -���������why, they belli ait Hekcd, jest as It  Was In the ease or the man thnt sold  jiio Jlglitnln' rods,    lie was sorry ho  lllllie    U   IIIK'lt      i    ���������e '.!���������"     ���������>.���������������������������    '���������   It \w .?M :. ' ��������� ' ' 1b!" 1-'.!������������r In  our sons they wmi!d be talked to death  by our diiiiehtei's. Ladles and gentle*  men, It gives me pleasure t' nay that  the best. Hpnnlti'in lu Caraway township  ��������� ���������  > ���������'    ���������   .. ..������.,.,i-  llUHl lilillU mil-   k    ��������������� ...v. ....,/���������--��������� ���������  Question:  "'Hiwilvort, That  intemperance ban  A Cheap "Wireless" Telegraph System  For Them ,to Try.  A "wireless" telegraphy system can  be made to work on a distance of a  mile or two, without the use of elaborate apparatus, says "Amateur Work."  At the sending end there need be only  a simple key, a few dry cells, and a  1-2 inch spark coil. At tbe receiving  end there must be a-telephone receiver,  a stock of' carbon, a few steel needles,  etc. Wire, supported on porcelain knobs  from the top of the house to the first,  floor, will suffice for aerial wire, and  for the ground plate drive several long  iron rods into tbe moist earth and connect them together at the tops. The  key may be bought at a telegraph supply house for about thirty cents, and  Is catalogued as a "strap key." In conjunction with the coil Leyden jars are  used, these being made with two glass  tumblers instead of one larger jar. The  coil, key and wiring are connected; one  side of the spark gap is connected to  the aerial, and the other side to the  earth; and it will then be possible to  radiate enough energy into the air and  earth to send distinct messages from  one end of the village to the other. The  receiver consists of a tripod of three  needles, with a coil of finest copper  wire connected to the top and connected also to the aerial binding post. This  tripod rests on a small slab or block  of carbon, having a smooth surface,  and connected to the earth. A weak  dry cell and a telephone receiver are  connected to bridge the tripod and carbon. A choke coil, consisting, of a small  bundle of iron wires, covered with a  Social and Political Status From  Which Discontent and Disorder  Have Sprung���������The Underworld of  the Czar's Immense Empire and  Its Strange Characters-^UIIgahL  Kill Strangers Who Show Any,  Curiosity.  to* punish the murderers, He found  thjkt they were well known, but the  chief refused to act. "What can I do?",  said he "Four of my predecessors  ihave been killed by bombs in six  months. I want to live." Three weeks  .later a bomb was thrown at him, and  ' he was killed after all.  A strange state of affairs exists in  Poland on account of the political  and social unrest, Few pay taxes or  rent, and landlords who ask for dispossess notices cannot get them served.  The Czar's manifesto providing for  a national assembly in Russia has excited speculation on the question  whether the establishment of 3uch an  Institution will mean the beginnlngof  a new and better era in that Empire.  It is said that corruption and Eraft  have reached their limit among the Official classes and that the Government  Is no longer able to prevent open denunciation of the autocracy and its  INMATES OF MOSCOW R00KKUIES.  methods, for opponents of the existing  regime are so numerous that the police despair of the task of arresting  and punishing them.. The conditions of  anarchy existing have given rise to a  new order of malcontents .and violators of law known as the Uligani.  These the people in general fear more  than they do the police or the Cos  sacks or other agents of the autocracy,  hundred���������tur.ns-of~-nne-=co:v,e������edjmagnek1JrjL^^  wire, is connected between the battery (to the security of life and of property,  and the telephone receiver.    The  de-   and the police in many   places   ar������  vice greatly improves the signals. The  messages come in long and short distinct buzzes, according to the length  of time the sending key is depressed.  Any code may be used. This outfit  seldom gets out of order, and will operate regardless of temperature and  other weather conditions, if. constructed in a neat manner. It does not require a relay, sounders, decoherers,  and other expensive devices. Improvements, as they suggest themselves, may readily be applied at small  cost.  BABY  RAMBLER  ROSE.  Drawing   From   Photograph   Showing  Exact Size In Life.  This is an exact life sl'/.o cut of the  smallest rose which has been achieved  by tho florist's art. Ins appropriate  name is "Baby Rambler," and in every  way It takes first place anions tho diminutive sped iia of floriculture.^ It  seldom kphvh to a height greater than  three iliehea, and tile bl'manm moUHUfeH  but half nn Inch In diameter. J. 0.  Viuitthitii of Chicago |h tho possessor of  this new spceleH uf rose,  tan war.'  Tupper to open  i iiviiMiiii, had n  with a thin and  V   '���������(" ���������      In   i������lI'  ll -' eineil lo me n very dubious thin  tu ii i. I looked thoughtful und tunn>  re! ;:i 1!;<������ f :������<���������<������.  ��������� ���������<;,,,,,.,., ,  .in." )\r> I'AfiflrMtfwl, "thp hoy  tLfta   it aid o'  wuutcu '11 ttey������������ ���������*"���������*  caused more misery i  "I call upon .Mi*'  for the iilllrnuillvi',"  ������[,..,,..      ,V1:.,     .���������"-'������    I  most  unlovely  face,  i ��������� .-  -M. . <���������  lug hint (cal.trcs Jiaiurc had been gen-  orutjs fo a fault, lie had a lai'ire rod  nose and a mouth vastly too big for  ntiy proper use. It wan a mouth fairti-  loilej for odd paying*. He wan wHI to  do aud bia.tcl nfton that b������ w.������i������ a  #e!f muds uitp.   Undo Kb used to i������������  Trees For tho Farm.  The linden  or biiHuwoml  \h a noblo  ������v������.i nnii  r>Hu||i> irtvui'iv   Tbf  Amevlenn.  I Tllln niiierleanu, In better than the Ku'  I iiipcau f*pecit;fl.    It luiH nbiimlnut, now-  j ers  in .inly whlt-li are full of honey,  V.eth  Anwlejui and Kuropc'Ui beeches  nro desirable for rural homen.'    They  | are of apreadlng habit   mid   excellent  -��������� " > '       ii.     . i   ... ....  j .smnewhat dlilleulty to c������tnhli������h. The  horse ehectnut is a shapely tree and  hin-i.h a dene*] itli.'idc, It h not advisable in plant ton mnr buildings, an tho  thick fulliigo may interfere with pro-  per sanitation. The tulip tree nnd thu  <> !-' ��������� ' r :<. .������ ar ' hlr.h!.'.' Inf^fc-'tln;'  The foliage ot both Is good, and tho  ft,'".-������������������'������������������ -,f He fiii-tn.-r a'*'- n)iine!atit  and .'!e.'uy. Plant lather late In the  Hprlng, xtoek fruin four to fix feet high  beings i-edeep d. If the wood dies to  the i-inind the tlr.it winter, which  hoint'thiMM happen*, the young ulioot*  imiat bo thinned out as they appear, to  l.aottlt  U������u futlt.aUoU ut ^ iiluin.1  ilUUl  powerless to suppress them.  It is said that Emperor Nicholas  II. lives more than ever in terror and  Is subject to frequent .fits of depression. He is now. in residence^at Peter-  hof, where mantraps have been laid  about the grounds, while the palace  fence bristles with burglar alarms  and ingenious electric contrivances.  The palace itself is alive with soldiers,  police, spies and secret service agents,  the duty of the last being to report  on the doings of the others,  The characters of the underworld  known as the Ullganl are the work-  less and homeless, the tramps and  outcasts, who have now become a  threat to public order because of their  number and the organization for  criminal purposes which they have effected. Thoy live in tho rookeries of  the large cities and also congregate,  Btrango to say, in the cemeteries.  A native of Russia who is now a  citizen of another country not long  ago returned to the country of his  birth. The first thing ho did was to  visit his aged mother, the next to  search for tho grave of his father. On  entering tho cemetery ho saw men  moving about as if they ware at home.  Ho asked an old gravodlgger who they  wero and was going to speak to them.  "For the Lord's sake, aro you tired  of your life?" exclaimed tho old man.  "Those are tho Uligani. They live  hero, tho place is theirs, and thoy will  kill you if you show any curiosity,"  It is at tho cemeteries tho Ullganl  meet.to plan thoir robborles and murders, and from theso placoa thoy go  forth in groups to ftUilU tho evil pur-  poaoB upon whleh thoy dotormlno In  council, Thn Russlan-tillou mentioned had a friend who was tho pro-  prlolorof a cloth factory In which ho  employed over ftOO men. Ho had never  bud a (putrrel with bis employes, but  ono day ho received a visit from throo  dirty, unkontpi, Insolent men drcsned  In bltto blouses and carrying short  sticks, who made n demand on him  for fiOO rubles, to ho paid boforo 10  o'clock tlio next morning, "Who aro  you?" nuked tlio manufacturer. "I  know tho roproHontittivoa of tho Soolnl  Democratic party nnd tho Cltizen'a  l'l'olociivn AkbouIiuIoh, but you ropro-  .   There is many a slip betwixt th������  engagement and tho wedding.  A   MOTHER'S   DUTY.  * - ��������� a i    i  She Should Carefully Guard the-  Health of Her Growing Daughter  ��������� Her Future Happiness Depends  Upon the Change from Girlhood  to  Womanhood.  Every mother should watch with  with the greatest cure the health of  her growing daughter. She is a girl  (tOfiflay���������to-morrow a woman. Tho  happy health of womanhood depends  upon this vital change from girlhood. .  When nature makes.. n,ew demands  upon her blood supply, you must  build up her blood with Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. Her system is' unequal  to that strain if her back aches, if  she is pale or thin, dull-eyed and  languid. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  win give her new, rich red blood and  tide her over the crisis. ,Dr. Wtt-; -  Hams' Pink Pills will make her,, de- .  velopment perfect and regular���������they  will make her.a strong, happy,graceful woman. , Miss Enerine yilandre  St. Germain, QueM isttys: "While attending school'"my hei!;.h bwui to  give way. 1 suffered from headaches  and dizziness, my appetite left, me  and 1 grew pale as a corpse. Asthe  doctors did not help me any my  father got me a supply, of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Before I had used  two boxes there was an improvement  and when I. had taken half .a dozen  I was again in perfect health. I be-'  lieve.. all weak girls will ,find a new  health if they take Dr. Williams' '  Pink Pills." ,      o   .  ./.'Thousands   of   growing   girls,   and  thousands of women owe health and  happiness    to    Dr.    Williams'    Pink  Pills.   They keep the blood rich and'.,  pure    and    regular.,..  They    banish  headaches .and   sideaches  and  backaches, and they bring the rosy glow  of perfect health to /.pnlo and' fallow., ������������������  cheeks.   But you must get  the/ gen- ���������  -u in e-wi th���������t-h e~f ul 1���������nam e~Dlr���������W-il-rJ  Hams'  Pink   Pills  for Pale  People,"  on  the  wrapper around      each ^box.  Sold by all" medicine-dealers or-sent,  by mail at 50-'cents'a    box-   or   six  boxes for $2..o0 . by'���������writing. The. Dr.  Williams'   Medicine   Co.,   Brockville,  Ont. ,     . ...���������/���������'������������������  HOW TIIK W.IOAXI fll.KKr,  sent neither, nnd I'll not give up  mutiny to any ono walking In from tho  fitrt'ot," That nfiernoon ho called hln  employes' fni'r'rher and Inquired It  tho demands cuino from thorn.      .������?  "N'o, lltlln father," ������f.ld thn ^WHf.  men; "we have no quarrel with the������.  TIioho men wore Ullganl. Don't pay,"  The next day ho rofused to pay the  m������������n������'y, and that night h������������ was murdered in bfs bod Ills friend who tells  tho utory called on the chief of police  to au������ if suuiuUIuk coujd uot be douo  "    ~      A Scotch Collie S"t������ry  A story of a Scotch collie is cuu'&nt.'-  on the Derbyshire border, according to  thfe"Dundee Advertiser. A farmer In  the Peak district, having pu.diased a  small flock of sheep in tho lowlands,  drove the flock the whole way from  Scotland to his, farm in Derbysbiro  with the aid of a collie dog which was  lent to him by the Scotch farmer from  whom he purchased the sheep. ��������� "When  you get to your home with the sheep,"  said the Scotchman, "let the dog iill  his belly;��������� then tell him to go home."  Tho Derbyshire man duly arrived at  bis farm with tho sheep and was so  pleased.with the coilie dog and Its performance that he decided to keep it a  few days boforo sending It back. One  day he was away from home during  the wholo of the day, and on returning  In tho evening ho found that the Scotch  collie was missing and also the dock of  sheep. In a few days tidings came  that tho dog hud arrived nt his Scotch  borne and had brought the sbcup back  with him.  Cnrrler I'Iucciiih tu mi KcIIunc,  Carrier pigeons released during }ho  recent eclipse of the nun in Kurop'o*  Noonied much puzzled'by ilm diirkiicSH,  Some of them started off In n direction  dlroclly opposite to (hat in which  thoir cot lay., , jy-liwi,' .ltmv������y������r, tho  eclipse had, nenrU' cojued, ulhor pigeons took ,t)ie,ri>.;iit���������tlii.'ect[oJl tit(onet\  Tho (light oi'mworai' "of '"t'ho "lilrdH was  most eccentric,' TlK'ytivfcl'ah'condod to'  a groat height atultht'ii doHeoiulod on  tho roofh, to mount again soon afterward, describing lingo curyfn In sptico,  alternating with extraordinary /.ig'/.aga  aud dlazy phuigcH,  Tbnndoi'Nlornifl are not popularly  mtpjiosod lo bo good for tho wild (low*  ers ou ii Hprlng buinua,  CowfdlpN make a . hiinilnomo Inblo  decoration when boiled with Halt porlc  and couibiued with borseradlHli.  When In denM* to-v -tn wbeMtn- ihr.y  nro toatb-dooln or mushrooms hoiiiI  thpiu to your creditor.  For nemo men homo In n placn whoro  /��������� "    -' * >   'i      i ..'iii..    i ,,  tutu.)   in.in.   .������������������>,,    >.,.iv.   u   >������������������������.*  wv   uww  him uncomfortable.  Dili? WiiNiiiwr.  Natives of Morocco think lliat Euro-  potum and Atiierleiiun aru dirty. Tho  liiiblt to which they object N that of  washing tbo hand* or fttco lit n Imala  and, MMl more, taking a bath where tho  water in not niuuiuu. The cleaner the  bather becomcH, they my, tlio dirtier  the water lie in washing with must  tiecen������nrlly become. And eventually  the bather steps forth as cleansed  from water which In no longer clean.  f0"m to  CUMBERLAND NEWS Cash or Cure  Cumberland, B. C.  I WESTERN CANADIAN   EDITORS  t  T  A Series of Articles Describing their Lives, their Alma  and their influence.  44.  R. L. RICHARDSON.  <{tf+~*~*������tt���������"*..*������:+~i'.a������*'.*~������������*������i>���������>.:'9'.������.Q  If Shiloh's Consumption Cure fails to cure  your Cold or Cough, you get back all you  paid (or it.    You are suie of a Cure or  the Cash.  If it wasn't a sure cure, this offer would  not be made.  Can anything be faiier ?  If you have a Cold, Cough, or any disease  of the Throat, Lungs or Air Passages, try  ���������SHILOH  25c. per bottle.    AH dealers guarantee it.  Swell Dressers.  A Government rescript has been la-  sued permitting those teachers in the  grammar schools of Mecklenburg-  Schwerin who rank as professors to  wear on state occasions a brilliant uniform. This consists of a bright blue  coat with crimson collar and cuffs, embroidered with gold. The trousers are  white, with a broad gold stripe down  the sides. On his head the Mecklenburg schoolmaster will wear a cocked  hat, with the cockade in the colors' of  the grand duchy, from which a gold  tassel will depend. Finally, as a finishing touch, he will carry a rapier with  a gold hilt. Should the professor be  of noble birth or extraction he may  The  Absolute   Purity  wear in addition a pair of heavy gold t Japan.  Ceylon Natural GREEN Tea is daily converting thousands of drinkers of the artificially colored teas of  R.  L.   RICHARDSON.  ,     Editor-in-Chief Winnipeg  Daily  Tribune.  While publicity and popularity are  the strong points of. a newspaper,  It is one of the contradictions of  journalism that the men directing  and controlling a power of such  world-wide influence are sometimes  men of whom the public knows, not  even the names. Who knows anything of the personality of the editor  ���������f tne London Times or Telegraph,  or Daily News? < And of the great  American papers, those in which  the editors-in-chief are outstanding  are few indeed. In Canada, as in  Britain and the United States, per-  sonal journalism, with some consid-  erable exceptions, does" HoTWpe"Sr~tO"  tihrive. Tii Austria, in Germany, in  Spain and Mexico and particularly  tn France, the popularity of a newspaper is dependent to a much greater  extent than in Anglo-Saxon countries  on the writer than on the matter  written. . In Paris, the first thing  loblced at by a newspaper reader is  the signature at the foot of the article. It it be that of a man recognized  as an authority on the topic of which  the article treats, tho reader says:  "Let us see what So-and-So has to  say." The French capital haB thus  often been called the "City of the  Signed Article," and the title marks  one of the characteristic differences  between the ideals of French as distinguished  from  British journalism.  The traditions of newspaperdom in  Anglo-Saxon countries���������though within the past decade strong personalizing forces havo been at work���������are  rH toward the anonymity of journal-  lam. It Jb nn axiom in almost every  office that tha paper, and not the  writer, is to have all the credit of  good work done on and for It. The  subordination of tho Individual to the  Hfljier Is tho fundamental principle  In almost every newspaper on this  8td������ of the Atlantic  Tho exceptions ~ nnd, within the  part few years, tho exceptions are  ���������otable���������havo only mucin the rulo  tho more marked. Tn ovory Reparation thoro lmvo boon ono or two outstanding men who nro a porsonnl n������  well n������ n journalistic power, Groo-  loy nnd Pnna In tho past gonorntlon  of Amorlnnn nowRnnpor mon, nnd  TTcmrst nnd Wnttorsnn In this, nnd,  In Cnnndlnn jniirnnlhrn nnotvm  Brown, nt oneo rlfin lo (bo mind ns  won nf wtieh pertonnl fmvo thnt tfinlr  nwwsnnpors aro, not ro much com-  rwnrcbil onlonirtsrifi nr nv������n pnlltlonl  InflnencoB, ns tho ontrrrowtn nnd *x-  proflslnn of a commanding public  ���������orsonnlUy.  Tn proftont Onurtdlnn lotirnnllnm no  wowflpnpor nmn west, of T.nko Supnr-  lor hns boon more In tbo public oytt  either nu a Journnllst or a politician  to a greater oxtont tbnn U. I* Rich-  ardann of tho oily of Wlnnlpog, editor-  ln-clilof nnd manager of tbo Tribune  newspaper. Mr. Richardson occupies  a unique nnd original position Ir. tho  Journalistic and political life of Western Canada, His friend* and nip-  porters, and thoy aro many, vigorously contend that ho Is a devoted, fear-  --"DODD'S '/  ^KIDNEY ^  W^W,  less advocate of the cause of the  people of the west, a sturdy champion of the constitutional rights, a believer in the present opportunities  and the great future of this country,  and one who would not permit party  affiliations at any time to interfere  with what he conscientiously believed  was just and to the advantage of  western Canada, His enemies, and  they are not few. dispute these high  claims of Mr. Richardson's friends.  Howbeit, there is no, difference, of  opinion as to his abilities as a journalist, his thorough understanding of  public questions and his strength as  a publicist, largely through his strong  personality, unquestioned ability and  strength of purpose, he has made the  Tribune newspaper since the first  number a factor in Western Canadian life.  In the full vigor of virile manhood  Robert Lome Richardson is in his  journalistic and political advocacy  characteristically western in his  forcefulness and 'energy. His strenuous manner, the outcome of his  strength of purpose and untiring energy is evident in every phase of his  business and political career and it  is not surprising in life's battle if he  gives as well as receives hard  knocks.  Mr. Richardson was born at Bald-  erson, a little village in the county  of Lanark in Ontario of English and  Scottish descent, in the year 1860, the  son of Joseph Richardson and Harriet Thompson, his wife. His paternal grandfather, Thomas Richardson,  was one of the early pioneers of the  old Bathurst district as that part of  Ontario was called. His maternal  grandfather fought under Nelson at  Trafalgar which may account to  Some extent for the fighting blood  very evident in the make-up of the  grandson descendent. Educated at  ���������trjB���������p,ublio_schaoiuof_hls_native--plac,e._  he remained on his father's farm until 1876 when he joined the staff of  the Montreal Star with which he remained until 1879 when he became  one of the editorial staff of the Toronto Globe remaining with that paper until 1882.  The Canadian we3t with its manifold opportunities to the young and  ambitious was beginning that development which has continued with  such magnitude to the present time  and Mr. Richardson recognized his  chance. He came to Winnipeg in  1882." He was associated with J. H.  Preston, now M.P.P. in th������ Ontario  legislative assembly, of Brantford,  Ontario, in the publication of the  Daily Sun in Winnipeg from 1885 to  1889, when with D. L. Mclntyre he  obtained contol of the paper which  he continued to publish'as the Tribune, an Independent newspaper of  Influence and ability carried on along  lines prompted politically by the convictions of Mr. Richardson himself.  A powerful and convincing public  speaker Mr. Richardson entered public life in 1806 defeating Hon. Robert  Rogers, now minister of public works  in tho Manitoba government in a  contest for the representation of Lis-  gar in the House of Commons and in  tho same general election stumped  tho province effectually on bohalf ot  tho Liberal policy of tho tlmo.  Differing with the loaders of the  Libornl party as to Its policy he in  1000 was opposed by a nominee of  Hint party in Lisgnr but, wits victorious by flvo timos his previous majority.  While Mr. Richardson has the gift.  of making sincere political friends,  bo nlflo hns tho qualities thnt ninko  bitter political enemies nnd In 11)01  bo was tho only member against  whom tlio petition to unseat was  pressed. Unsoatod, owing to the  unltod actions of both political parties us Is contended by Mr, Richardson's friends, ho was defeated in 1902  in tho consequent byo-oloctlon by the  presence of a third candidate In tlio  contest, placed thoro to further his  posslblo defeat. Mr. Richardson,  however, carried ovory BnRllah speak*  Ing district In tho constituency.  During Mr. Richardson's term as  member of parliament he took a pro-  mlnent position In the dobatos and  was a recognised authority on Western subjects that came boforo tho  house. An ardent believer In Provincial rights particularly as rogarda education he hrn ttik^rt Ptmn?; "mure!  nnd a rirnmtnntit. nnafMhn In tha controversies and elections in which  that has been the lssuo and his paper,  Tho Tribune, has boon tho loading  journalistic advocate of that course  In tho west.  Mr. itioiiartiBon takes much inter-  est In rifle shooting and has boon a  mombor of the council of tho Dominion Rifle Association. He Is a  Presbyterian In religion and married  In 1885 Clara J., daughter of tho Into  Ira Mallory of Mnllorytown, Ontario,  epaulets. The Mecklenburg teachers  are said to be the worst %aid in Germany.  THE CAUSE  WOMAN'S TROUBLE  Is Diseased Kidneys and the Cure  is Dodd's Kidney Pills,  Wonderful Cure of Mrs. James Kin-  sella, Who Slept In a Chair for Two  Summers���������What She  Says of It.  St. Malachie, Que., Feb. 5.���������(Special) ��������� A cure of great interest to  women has attracted the attention  of those interested in medical matters in this neighborhood. Mrs.  James Kinsella, wife of a well-known  citizen, had suffered from a complication of troubles for about two  years. She had a pain in the right  hip, in the back and was obliged to  pass water every fifteen minutes in  a burning, itching sort of way.  She could not sleep at night and  had to sit up in a chair for two summers.  Dodd's Kidney Pills cured her.  Mrs. Kinsella speaking of her cure  says: "After the first box of Dodd's  Kidney Pills I felt much better.  Then I got more and they done me  a world of good. I have never slept  in the chair since I used Dodd's Kidney Piils.  Woman's health defends on her  kidneys. Nine-tenths of the so-called  female complaints are caused by uric acid in the blood. Cure your kidneys with Dodd's Kidney Pills and  you can have no uric acid in the  blood.  Lead Packets Only.  Grocers.  40c, 50c, and 60c per lb.  Highest Award St. Louis,  1904.  At  all  Thoroughbred Seeds ,t Great West  Perfect development.     We are many  times  over tbe largest  growers   of   Manitoba   grown Vegetable Seed.  SEED GRAIN���������We   distribute the seed throughout the  West  for "The Orange Judd Farmer,",   in The  Great Million   Dollar    ���������.������  Contest.   We  Know, we  Have, we Do what we say. Catalog free  THE STEELE  BRIGGS SEED CO.,   Limited  WINNIPEG, MAN.  221  Market St.  at  L  Imperial   ���������Vflaplo  Syrup  Always   Satisfactory  Ask your dealer foe Imperial Maple Syrup.  Do not allow him to substitute  an inferior article because it ia cheaper.  If it is a Question of Warmth use  E. B. EDDY'S  BUILDING PAPER  i       ���������  It Retains Heat and Keeps Out Cold.  Write for Samples and Prices  TEES & PERSSE, Limited, Agents, Winnipeg.  '   Old  Military  "Justice."  ~When"^Mmittsr"was~^surrendered���������to-  Henry" IV. clemency was promised to  the population if six of, the leading defenders were "given up to justice."  These, six were surrendered, and four  of them were beheaded.  The Declaration of War.  Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden was,  It is said, the first to dispense with the  regular declaration of war. Frederick  the Great made no declaration of war  before his invasion of Silesia, the act of  aggression which brought on the seven  years' war.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  Heredity Mysteries,  "If there is much virtue in the doctrine of Inherited qualities, why is  there such a vast difference, as wo see  In a multitude of instances, between  brothers or between sisters?" said an  observer of men and things. "Yean  ago I began to mnlco a study of this,  matter, and I have a book at home  filled with cases bearing on fraternal  disparities. I Know of a learned jurist,  and a most excellent man from every  point of view, who has a brother in the  penitentiary, I knew of a family of six  brothors, threo of whom wore men of  tbe highest Boclal and business standing, while tho other threo wore knaves  and vagabonds, outcasts from society.  Thoy bad tho same father and mother,  the same moral and intellectual training. Whence the difference? I know of  two sisters, ono of whom is nu angel  nnd the othor a totally depraved creature Inherited qualities often exist  and are Influential in tbe formation of  character, but tho law of their trans-  miHBlon 1������ wholly uncertain."  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������s  FOR INDIGESTION  dfetr������i^fter~eTWini^r"dKdnieB57"that  heavy feeling, wind and pains in  the stomach and furred tongue, take  Beecham's  Pills  before you retire to rest. They  start the gastric juices, assist the  stomach to dispose of the food, encourage good, appetite, sound digestion and make you feel life is  worth living.  Sold Everywhere.     In boxes 25 cents.  Mv Hair is  ExtraLona  Feed your hair; nourish It;  give it something to live on.  Then it will stop fulling, nnd  will grow long and heavy.  Ayer's Hair Vigor Is the only  hair-food you can buy. For  60 years it has been doing  just what we claim it will do.  It will not disappoint you.  " Mr hslr oiss to hs vsry ihort, Vat sfttr  niliis Aysr'j Hslr Vltur ��������� ihort tint* It bsftn  tn ktow, sad now It K fourtssn tnehsi lapg.  TliU i������������mi s iptsnmd rssnlt t������ms������fMM>sfi)|  utmost without siw I sirV'-Miu.J.a.lnriiC  Colorado ftprlnfs, Colo,  Tbo Pennsylvania mil mad will  conduct further experiment!! thin  y.^ir with stool t|t>8 to iifttTinlno  thoir merits as compared with wooden ties. I  Sn?8yTc?sf5������pe^^  Alia manumatursrt of  ijers  SARSAPARIIU  WIIJ.  CUtBPV PtCTMUL.  BffiXHMlff  PERFECTION  jf''- MOONEY BISCUIT A CANDY, CO  I ' STKATTdRD    CANADA  To His  Pleased Customers  The wise grocer studies  his customers���������knows their  likes and dislikes���������knows  that his best trade want  Mooney's Perfection  Cream Sodas  He lets them know that  he has their favorite biscuits  ���������and sees that they are not  asked to buy something "just  as good," which is NOT  as good.  Orocert who want to plsus rhsJf  pttroni slwsyi have Moonsy't Pw  ftotion Cretm Soda*   In thtir  hyglsnle ptefctft*���������������lMlght  sod motttutfproof.  stop i-r  FIvftry drink of llquo* tnken, forces  the heart beyond the natural boat,  ft fiino mimm kidnov and llv������r  troubles. Nerve exhaustion Is one  ot tho atlmenti brought ou by ������veu  n.odarate drinking. Stop at once the  use of liquor. If it inconveniences  you to do this It Is proof poiitlvs  that you have the disease of lnebrt  el* uad ."."^fl rnodfen! *������ip Trtw  Hook for the best aid. The Ketley  Cure has restored half a million  pooplo back to health, prosporltj  and happiness. Wrlto today for evidence and we will prove our claims  Address, in confidence,  THE KBELtY IN8TITUTI  13S Oiborne 8t, Winnipeg.  THCTRAOEOFTrlE GREAT WEST  Ouarnntee  of  GOOD  MATERIAL  GOOD WORKMANSHIP  and Good Wenrlng Qualities  Than Wj,0��������� QUyinQ OVFRJI LL������,  PANTS, VESTS, SMOCKS,  or  WORKWOMEN'S SHIRTS  ���������en that eooh nrtlola bears a  label Hkn above  Insist on Dotting  "King of tho Road" Brand  And Take no Other  ChionKo clmrrht-K. Hvl������ bmii,- niul EVERVGARMENTQUARANT������������0  clulm hnvo joined in it iwihh ftic������r*tInpj |   to orKtml'/.K n  crusaik: injalnut crime. -:::������������������ !---��������� - -  In thai dty. |       W   N   U   No  B7I ,*������3*i*������N^rS5.'SKK3EKK^  ^i^suK^aaft*^.  ffl^i?  >i". .iifiiiiwyn  ^g^ygf^fiiyi^^sg  for Early Spring Sewing  We have received our  ���������i ������ ���������        ' ,  first shipment of  Lawns, Nainsook, Organdies, Persian Lawn,  Tucked Nainsook,   Colored Dimities,  Embroideries, LaceMHover Lace  Sever Embroideries,  These goods  are direct from the   old  country arid are ������i beautifuS lot.  CALL AND SEE THEM.  'i  FR  i  ford a higher edueid.j.on, should be  able to send their ehi'd'en /to a  ,. t< wn which can, affud a higlr  | j school, unie/ii as-j =;iid, they are'wil-  | j lin������ to pav a large fee for the privi  leuecif retaining.that School heie.  W hv should ihe genemi working  public be asked to pay for   th s   ?.  audience that laughed themselves  into a good humor while watching  the antics of Uncle J>>sh Whiteomb  in,Boston. The specialty in"roduc  ed in tin- firsiac was more than  plea.siiiii M ��������� (.���������Jerjild.iia.ro.ourt sang  himself into the-ood graces of the  ���������audienc while ! he recitation by Mr  Morrb Kos'er held his listoneis spell  hound till the climax Miss Florence Pringle rendered a very catchy  1 it.;lo song and i>i eived her *bnre of  the hoteur hut win -n (Uncle Josh)  Mr Prinyle san^ '��������� Sl.i-ldi.fi eid^r  through a f-traw " he i.-nundi! down  the house ();, a whole I, e piec: is  tnr.ny from beginning ;o end. On  account of the- Company ly'tig 'If  this week Mr Pringlc h is decided o  stay in Cumberland iill Fri '.-ly and  havo red'.iced the p-'eeof admission  to 50e f'T all reserved seats and 15c  for children, reserved seats for s.aie  at the Drug store. On Monday  night Mr Pringle and Co. were seen  in the laughable Farce-Comedy. A  Foxy Tramp. .The piece is running  over with comedy arid evei'3rone  went away well satisfied th-.t they  had comedy galore. .On Tee-day  night Viotori'h Sardou-'s masterpiece "Fedora1', z rVe treat for the  Cumberland peo^-I.c Jliss Lansinp;-  Rowan as Fedora was seen at. her  1 e--t. Those who saw her a- C.-  mi lie were not dis ipi ointed, as she  is without doubt the best we haw  ever st en. Mr Harry Fahrney and [  the rest of ihe Company was all  that was expected. Wednesday  nieht the    heau'iful    Melu-Dram,',  arfkof Carfada  Cftpital (paid up),...'  $3,000,000  ; 3,437,162  ......36,373,576  T,,TS. KF.\TNY.  iVusmiwr. E. L. PRASR Ghn.hkal, Managhs  Reserve Fun d     Undivided Profits -.���������'.....'   BRANCJi-1. .A t\ CUMBERLAND, "  Savings Bank Department;:-- Dcuf.",-:his .f ������[ ai-1 upwards received ��������� Iu teres!; d-  lo������-e.i ac curi-t'i>fc r iu., ������������������(utttie-indi-'t t.v-U'i: tv-'j'i year on 30th June nnd 31afc December.  Drafts on all uoiiit.ij i'cuiilit'. d'ut aoid. '  Ii P. WILSON, Manager.  OKFiCK HOURS   10 to 3;    Saturday 10  o 12; open   Pay Nights 7.p-m, to 9p.m  liii ii i mnii miiif    n   ih    - ~i rip i ���������; ���������   i--H--T-   inr'fsnr min   ��������� > i i nnnin iiiwsr  TT*���������*' *  fy'-f  b;-   i   ��������� ���������, *      ii      Now For S a'e  lushing  i acKie  Cheap  a. l'a.H/(3-si'St6ok: of-  mm  Rods,  ReeJ.s, Lines, Casts, Flies, Fly books  a lot move than   was ordered.  To Get "Rid ol? These Goods they will be sold  cneap 1'oj Casli for ihe next Ten Days.  mtmtmt-Brjj^ku^-ZiiiiitiVAiax^. a  T. D.. McLean, P,onweatchmaker  Cumberland- B. G  Positively tine L,east  : Time I  ��������� o-  CAMPBELL'S  BmBEBBmaEfflB3������ES3ESS������  Before Orderm  HARNESS  So far a������ ha vino; r.o leave home to ''^.V Sweet lie.-n". a heart, story <i  get this education goes, it cms lit-  ,llt figure, for even if this fduen'ion  was at tamed here the g/aduaies  must leave upon completou of lheir  siudie^; for outside of tripling, there  i-i^n^e+itptejHii-wiHrhT'rfrfnT^hTn^rrrrg-  m:.n or woman beginning liie, Iii.--  e things emh as bookeeping and  ihe like are done by Hohoo'masters  who are as a rule, iinportid, and  the very studpnis liey teach, ae  thus debarred from any soui\ e nf  wage earning to wh.-ch their attain men I,.-; as his.1 h school pupils t-'n-  titlcv. them.    Tlierehire, Hide s   the  YOUR ��������� ���������  ,    ,-      ���������   .  SlNfiLE ! I'^ention IB to seek worir ;U, the,Co  today.    Thur.-day nitihi Mr Pringle  has d-ecid.c-id lo ^ive the   people   of-  .Cumtierhvnd a rare  treat.'   the  biil  that, .'.toks ^is 'heir he.idiiner. '���������\y.>  man aaaiust Woman'1,   a  melo-'clra-.';  ���������m-a-ek-a-l-h o.ld^he-i>.U,e!,!.Ltc) .i.i_oi_t,he~  audience from the rise  of -.he  c,u-  taiii on the firsf act lib it goe- down  on the Ins!.    This will   be the fare  well .perjormii! ce  of  the   Lansing  Row. mi Frins.'h-Cotnpjiny here   and  a'd a lar^e hou.ie is assured to give  this tab died Company a farewei.l.  Bea t .5 f n r ' !��������� h u iv d a \ 11 u h',  will .be  ousale. Wednesdav afiemopn.  Fiv'cketlie photogapher will    be j  here for !w>i    <veeks   loii������er   before  lea  in������ B C. for Califoinia.     xVyai.l  you selves uf  his   services   .on    bis  last vi. it to you.  CUiVlB^RLAND  book's G������tlm Root Compotisd.  /*������?L_~ The only stii'i-j elTuotuul monthly  :lraP?5gi*5*\ meclizine mi M'hich women c;m  I^C'^fe-.^it dopciid. Soid i' sri dowers ot  I^WiW/SM cnBPP,?lp'-rl^>x; No. 2, 10 de-  Wtr(^-     "\   grces stronpor for Special  fli/*        <T   tins- a, $3 per box.  Sold, by all  '-���������XmW S     di������uf/(ti.sts. Ask tor Ooolr's Cofc-  con'-ftoo! Conipou.id; take no  wiU^'llitis.. . ���������>,.  Vh������ OoqV T^ioriioinfi f;n..     \vinOaor._elctttrio.  m  Choicest Meats  Suauliert at l-fiw-t^t Market J?rwj^i;  Vegetables.'?  A   GiHiii  Varioky  wiH   alwsyp Lis  .. 'fa/'.  in  t'-t(>i'4i ;:    -[h\> a *iifi.'lj-' o/  >resh Fish  "V.'.iS    !i-   <)���������)   'yi\\>..''f'.vrjTV    WtQ;\xtvy*ls3  Y������('.'.��������� jjau'Liiiajje is oui-ihuliy uivn.iid    aL.d  .vll ordirs \\i)! ,b������ p.'-ii.'i'.isulj <i'."irv*r<iA.  ���������0<^^^'f>^4^^4><S'-N>^^v^4<M>'*  v-    P'   O'.  .vlfttV(.-i|0^(k'".^O"lil  PROIMUETOR^.  CALL ANU CET  MY    PRICES  X.C. MOUNTING,      Sjo.oo  DAVIS HAKI.) RU HliEH   $i q <>o  ���������   NICKEL MOUNTING $15 00  '.   SOLID NICKEL $21) no  GENUINE RUMhEK   $zo 00  Plaoo yowr ordei ctlrly and avi id tho rnnh  Jf ynn purijhiiHt ouu ol tho ahovo until und  aj[ter ������5������AJHJ ���������* ^flt'o U any <U foot, I ain prc-  yared'lo (nako it good.  lie ies, a hep inner must leave here  in order ro get empb.yiuent., aiv.l a  low months sooner can make but  little difl'crem e,  CITY  -o-  FA(J ENDS  rr  Wesley Willard.  %W|;-M>*'-Ml'rai8l:!l'ra  It has be^n s������id, regarding our  ���������last woftk'n iMi[������gostion on School retrenchment, that the High School  will never ho given up We are  plen������bd ���������p hear ibis, and will bo  gU4 to publish any unrestimi from  those who say this as to how ihe  extra mouny is lo he raised. If  tnoto who .-cud their children for  High School "lueaiioii utcwillitiv  OP CUMBERLAND  COU������T OF   REVSSICN  'iu |' fen ol"    a v  : 1: mi  to pay a  ,v.n.i|, ���������' , u ... ..".. r-i -i-m-.!..  in in-1, v������ i! i'v. . il, \ , H.t ;.i:ii,'d aiii, i-i,  or else, the publie*ehnii! stall Uiiisi.  bo reduced, and ii;t; icmaii-il^  cbtH������eH increa'-od l>y dividing tip  thoseubolMiril. H is cenuinly a  nice tiling to have a High School  in our midst it \a also a nice   thins:  j,\j <j    .   .,    .. ���������    . .        who Kuepo a inuUi.    i.ui     u inn    Uv  cannot buy hrvad for his children,  ruiikfl hh 11 criminal and those who  lit''    I'll   '1 .!    M|,   '!     ������i������     ��������� .it;'  tii'.'it vup;-'i!'i, tiirur. IIv !���������:  White    i1 !- p'uiiit.    o  ���������  Motor 1 ;u .    Iii a to-a 11   ;  In order to in.-uro   a   respectful  honriiit' from the world it. is some- j  Units m.'oonfcsiiry   to   puscera money  (but few bruins), for the-possession  of wealth is now.-dais regarded   as  prima facie evidence thajb a man   iii  well worth listening to.    Abuiyy as  I lie symbt/j of t ucccss lutti acipiired  much of the civility of a  i-tiper no-  cial sovereign who cm do no wwni>.  Ilisswny in n i-oiiniry   hie.kinjr  tlm  teni|.wrinn-i  lluenee of an hereditar"  .U'ici..uciacy i.-,   nf   coirse,   doudly  potent over Iho.-e md'ortuiiatu mor  in win 111 the iie-diuet of   snob-  i';   coii-vnititl,   v\hich   would  seem 'o prove l.|i;ii   Initial, f 1UJ(, lli(1y  r'-'1 *'"d   ������������������'������������������������������      11.!' fi'j-in    of   tiov  1 1''.". i    u i-i ...in    iioiih! cmicei'ii  1 iieju-tdvi--1 . iii..i| ; wnn j ;��������� tr;.-vnce,  Special niteichi is   behind   every  kli-d 01 a ii ran     tiraii.   cun   nnvti'  ��������� H' til   roie.rlily    siaiuoed    .lilt    f.uiil  special privs^.;..,, lU-, a<.oli. In-d.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  that tlie Anii.mr sitliif'/of lie Court  of Revision for tho.,puip,MP of hearing all comphMiits a<;aiiirl the As-  se. sment for t-ieyear 190,6, as made  by toe AsHW-qr of the City of Cum-  berhml, B.C., wi!) bo held in the  Council Ch..tuber, City Hall, on  Moiub.y 1 he oOihday of April, 19U0  at y (I'eloek. p-m.  L W. NHNNS, Cry Clerk.  Cumberland B.C., April -1, I'dOtl,  ������25  All'MICIPALITV OK Til 1C  CJTV 01' CUM1IKRLANI).  Notice To Dog Owners.  Owners of do^s who have not  paid the tax for tho pvoseiit' yeir,  on or eelore the I'Oili day of April,  Ilex'., will he vproceeded a^ainsi with  out a I'uri her notice.  11 v Order of Cuineil.  L\V. NUMNS, City Clerk,  Cumberland  B.C.!. March 'MM, l!>iHi  EGGS VRONLiyrvqA'Sim STOCK  A chain u 10 ^i:t the jjrciiii'-l e^y  pro  duein,... fmvl'. knuv ii.   One dolLr   for   IJ  fe-'s fioiii Hroivn I en hum Ih'iK rreiiled  homo   people     think   US    II    Calf I   ,\ith n Ti- ,m inr^HT, m-ovm! nf, at    New  walks; and if ;> n.:m wabbles in bin ' Vork';'> ne  4>  Ou I Evenings  Ar^ Banished   f  WHEW yOU OWN   A  fk  raphophons  0  It VVIj.l rnovini:'.  THKB.-JST MUSIC  THa i'iJNJI -io ;' liONOS  THE MOS ri,-v tJOrH ABLE      ^  Si OKI liii" f  lUUH'l' AT VOell.OWN'. Kl'lMWrilB,  .VI'      '^  A  .VIOUISK V'l'i-: ('O.ST. .VltlTIi KO������      ^  (O.'l'Ai,i)ii|f 1.; 01: CAM,   AT X,  VIOil'OKlA,  NANA-IuiO (/. ,  ��������� VajMOOIJViiK. % [  Y    S������le AeC!!(;! F'::f   B.C <T> ���������'  ������j* ���������'���������' ^  <to  "���������wrt*"*' w* m  A Guaranteed Cure'.'������<?'*���������'   pijes.  Itching, Un-.ii, lilt w,.,g or iVoM'pdiUfj  '���������'iii-':. I)".ggi-ts rernuii tji,an������v ': ^i-'-ifO  OlNI'MENC f ..Is kioui". it 'v i'luc!, ���������!���������' mae  ar of how !���������>;.������ itiio linjr, ia .(i -"14 i.lc./������,  iviiv.i' apclioaiNvu tjh'w'ii ,.in ii".1 rest,, 5 <j.  if I'Qiu-' MiVffiHt hns A ifcaffii'i 50c in ���������'���������������..��������� p*.  ii.n'1 o w.U ho ti.r-'-.'HVid pust-j,aiit hyp }<  ������������������Imii-ii'ti Co., S-    LsJUie,"'M<>.  Nars-uimo 3������ Oi.  "^    tJ-HM#*rt  tal,-  ber  When you ilsn yiui'll  tnifB hall  toe fun if   you   dmi'i   u,-������   proper  tticlilo iu������d a. rclhtbie u t.l.  Every auglur will iind a complete  At The BIG STORE  M���������*MlffNS4MW*<tfMUf, SfrHftMiWH  thou, lit be ������������������ ��������� ii������-!���������  irou^lt  ic,  Applv to -  Mrs C. II. Roe, Couricnay,  ltli..!i-    !  H'lc at 'I,  >\,-e       tl:  ll'r    i'-M'  -I  poop!1  1 .  . w: .  -O  ..h|.  Ill-rial d  n  Iheir el-!'.'  very ������������������%<���������>������������������  by poiilie  those children *o work in help kc u  tho not b i.jug     Nice city r:o.jij,(|f.  tbiB.   The lew who are able to nf  1 1.1  vdi-  -e.,.ni:,-  1        .      <  1   ildi'iiee  in     |.i,i  "Ameii!'' hn.al.-  j   \'Oi'if|;:'OUh   e>,  !   di'OW I   I ill! V������,,{  l-'Kii^\ a fl ���������5  I'l.u'f urn ittuuii cuu-  iiian   who   !-hout.^  l  and of ten,���������;���������{;    hi.K  ICNUtlO  .i.iV%oi. an  ellwi'l  ol (.o.i.-eiclicu.  to  I o  ������~i XVII'AMY.  The  l������fiiij*le Co     e"n ed  their   011.1  we.--"-i   i-...;.';i...'i.i,n hi    on    Saturday  i(>:e   and   apiircciistive  t'i t 1  T.-uder*', for the removal of tin;  outhouses nnd the buildiii!'' nf a  iimv   one   on   tne   Buhlic    School  e.ruitmi"', win  in> leecived up ���������(> |'ioo;!  April l'iih. I'or particular.-   upply  to  SKCT'Y SCHOOL BOARD  ATT1IE   Blti ST()llK-AlnrKo  (ii>nsij,'iimcnt of Chiidrenn Ready  Mrtde Dii'kh-w, in Miifdii)", Bio;uo,  Duckt--, anil Briotd, in nil thu new-  e<1, siylm. Also iv hii^o ufinor;inept  of (JhildrenV Undeivvenr.  Simon )ji'i������er ������t Co Ltd.  Qu.-iTtrr recti'm 1 GO .ere.-' of   fine  bind, easily ulwjir.d, in one  of   ihe  from poi'-l oliice.  App'y at Hue nOico.  ���������Wllil HsisstHir'iiiil' sMI I   SI i in n     i  ii n    i urn l>       ||||i      l     >l   _ijS|sJisl"nisslJi  iii iin 10oth   Imporinl l*.-)dn.   Duck  iSj^ga,  fc'oK, ti/xuii, MLfiO pur niitii������ff  jilVi}' to J   su-rf-a, iii. in ..vunuu  Oinnburiaiul,  X&) u:x.X.j"^i "<yiS"'"jS) ������^.^i36JC  | UriT achaiico io iihow you thftt,  J we a1 \vnyn pletive our cunl'ornwfl  by Hiipplyinj.' t.^em with the BK8T  i\iE,\T8 nt the lowM iimrke't  priecH. A trial order vvilj oon?irice  you,  THE  CITY  Meat   Market,  W, W. MeKAT, Proprlotor,  NOTlGfB.  Any percon or petvoim found cut*  tin;; or removiii)! timber from LotH  15, 2d and the Honih 22 ncroB of  tho Enmtimial Js \V. .}. Sec 30 inul  Fraeioniil S W | of Sec m (07 Ac)  of Townt'hip XI. Neicon District,  will he promeuh'd ticeordinn to law  CHANT tv, MOUNCB.  CumburhtnU J.m, 9ih 1������0G.  I  Our new Spring ytoc.k of up-to-  dfiie������h������������e- i- now in, Tho larjjwt  iind ben :i������fnir tnent of footwertr in  thu Ihturiet.     S. l.fi*er tV; Co Ltd.  UANOE  Jjlvnry Sutuaday niglit in Cumber-  liii'd Hull from 8 p m to 12. Any  mm dcr-ifini; tuition apply to T.  Burrm, New Knglnnd Hotel.  The. ureal Knylinh Hcmedy,  A l>n*ltlve������/���������(��������������������� for ������JJ form* of  * -,,-. w ,���������i* Mutual Woalmoss, Msnul <������b4  imdiisasuAftnit Drainvforrr,EmUiion*,8pm  twttarrhaea, Impattnev, Kflfcota of Atmsa or  K*w;to ell of which, IoimI to C^nmnuHloo,  iQflrmity,' rtwuintty ami An curly crave, Tfrlco*  It pot t>Hir.. ������i* li������r,W. Qm will pieuas, six via  ��������� ui������. Hol<lbyftIl������lrumri������Uor nwilul in nlsln  i cka ft < m rmsi ut of vtko. Wrji������rot ftimphlot,  ,   "h������ Wood M������ri)oln������ Co.. Winder, OnWtOw

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