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 TWELFTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND.   B, C.    WEDNESDAY   AUGUST j6,   1905  ^fOR\K^\  AT THE BIG STORE  Local and Personal  A3S 3STTJ.AJL  And will continue until further notice,  ���������   * '   . '  Seasonable *ale of Seasonable  Profit or loss cut no, figure with us  in closing out 'Season goods and  left overs.  & tolills aM wlndowB ftr prices etc..  inibn Leiser k C������. I   'a  .|-^p**-*i������-****%C*-^^  lis-asursr-M; ***euM.iwisx*stMmMV*, -i\tnt Mr z.wirnim(ummeaxiBHz**-tott*Jqlrsn  a 11  I*  **$  rl V.  61"YAfi-S'STREET,' VICTORIA, B, C.  Juot receivwd liu**.;.* shipment of  fl*@.  ,hhl  i;*H,OTT   -A.Q-ID  T**.  ^<^  CULTIVATORS,   SEED T>������ILLS,   WHEEL itOKS*  Etc.  VKUT  l.A'i'lM'  lMl>'UWl*M-**HTS.  Call ;������n:l k.'i", oiom or writu tor C!;i,.'nlo(*ueij w<l prict'8,  Telephone 82,  Sola Agonts for U.O  i M*tmo*M*n*r*iv**rm  THRIFT   is   a    VIRTUE  You cun Mvve monev on your pure ha1"*' --not by buying a  chnup ititjcle���������that Heldom pnyH���������liu by getting n k-ooU one  ���������that't* nu inv'.-B'in������mi which will ro urn you interest,    Now  A Good   XVriuyer '  power* his the double virtue of hi-ing u  Labor and   a Mane a  Stiver  wmiiiiii,< d "������ y  rollers, $6 50.  fjioc Sjiiii...  - t-uv, ..vidf*    Tho*  Univcrful " wringer  ������������������i'l, n in eh rolit-vv, $^ tio, wiin ii tin.i  Thu " ISurt'kit " wriivriM'--, >u- oiiuinni il-* ������������������  1 !rt -I'l JW; 12 in.$r>,on; M in $7 oo; ltliu, $H.5o  Peaches'in,splendid condition for  Preserving at Napier & Partridges.  The Public Seh ols opened oi.  Moi:day with hiir attendance, ino*-!  of tin; pupil.-- have not, return d  from camping.  ��������� American Hams and Bacon 18c  per lb.   Napier <& Partridge.  Mr ami Mrs D. Kilpa trick and  family vi-iled the Lewis &, Clark  Fair whiiron their vacation They  wert- passenges home last week.  Probably nothing i*- more satisfactory th.*u good reliable iood prod-  uci's.   Tho inner man always wants  ��������� the best. Particular people find  pwrlect satisfaction in buying their  groceries At"the Big tetore. .  The old fire bell has been hung  in the 'belfry-oi the Public School  where it-will do duly in calling the  youngs:ers to School, h\ regard to  sound it now has the 'iui van takeover tlie new fire bell.  Mixed Paints only 10c and 12^0  per tin. At the Big Store, to o.ean  up udd lines.  Mr Grani'sgaBolvne launch 'Li)y',  was .launched, on Saiuruuy, and  Sunday was spent in tiia.s lo Comox.,  Courtney anue;sewt)eie, ihe oraii,  behaving beautifully. A slight  break d'lwa however, uetcibiluitd a  lay up and the i-rukeu part was re  moved and brought, lo Cumberland  fur repairs.  Calsimo, the besi sanitary wall  fin hit, in ail shades,* for sale by C.  il. Tarbeil.  Mrs Wm. Matthewson  wlio has  been ill, tool*, atei'ious uirn lor  U.c  worst on fcuuday nigui,.    J)r. biaplec  "V\ljTit-uuWTr-^i-oiitiay-40-COuSUil._VV,Ull_  Dr.  JUiJatd.  New Spuas $1.25 per sack, Napier  oi 1'i.i'iim^e.  Sutuiuuy, Mr John Biydon, uith  a p.aiy oi kiends, wei.t iu ������������i*ow  Kuck in lii-j  iauiicu  on   a'.sa'luinn  nshiug   expeui ion.'" "\ioytl   t\>un'  w���������b eiip-iyed, ��������� about 5U   Brut   bang,  captureu.  Alo.������i particular People use qply  iiuuKin i<,.y ji'iour ifu.ou per uarrei,  Najjiei'iii 1'aiuu.tge.  A loo.haii match, between lucul  ai.U ii,-. x\i. S. i^eria tt*aiii>., nue.  Uecu ari'anycU lor iuxi aaluiuay up  hen.*.  T. E. llaie has just received i ton ot  Wail i-aper.  iialea will send all his   boyB   to  Finance .Mininter Carey  to  ue  re  f.ea'ed inr die toimiig leiin.     Look  oua niuilieisl  Mr il ii. Napier is in Cumox  haviug had an auuCk oi nervous  ���������jiOf-i'uiiuu, and been ordered pcr-  K-Cl ([Uiel aUU il'teUum JiwUi Mltsl-  imsf oarci by his physician.��������� i'ti->  inany ii'.eiiu.' nopo lot hid speedy  recuvery.  Audiew Thomson accepts Tho-.  Coiiiiis oilwi l.ir ������ wre.-Ui.ig mulish  piovi'im^ iho irinuur laiioa iui ihu  j_,.i to .tcvipi-*.  Kmroii UiifitiiKiu.ANii Nkwh  is... ii..>ii'_, ii.uiu no ii Mi* Hiuliou, 1 iUi-  ti.ii piu o> nu^i tlut, i will iu., itiiu lo, a y  a ...juii' ut) lu ������.'H),'.  li -tiKlLALVl>, Nuuiaiino B.O.  A PECULIAR iGSIOSiT.  F.idny night, Mr   llottiii),   had  J oecui-ion to open a can  ni chloriilo  I' of li c, and the lid being tjiihl, Home  ! force win tiec-'i'iiry   to effeot  this  o1 jeel,  iiud when  the lid  linally  came <ff, it soonicd as thtiuph it little irivs hud formml ins-ado tho can,  a**part of the contiMiv- lb.*w violently  out, en lining   uum,,!'..   ������.v .    .... !  nenr'y liHnduu', h������m.   Mv to *" r*^*'*  onj coiuiitiou an the result,  upon heatn  x'iden! hut wtts net lucky enough to  catch sight ot-the quarry.  Panther���������*��������� havo hten pieniiful in  tbe vicin'iiy oi :heWharf this summer,it being no! long since two  whelps were killed by F. Curran,  the aniinal--���������ihree in all. (he  mother and her family--being firsi  seen by some eSiildren out berry  picking.  IMPR0TEISKT8 AT  ufiioa WHAL  Mr J. Blar.d with a force of men,  is busy preparing for the new machine shops and car sheds at tbe  .Wharf. The main building will  be L shaped, 80 feet each way, besides other auxiliary buildings and  will'be fitted up in up to date style  so that all needed work and repairs  may be done without the delay and  expense of shipping below as heretofore.  H  aoer  JUST  ARRIVED AT THE  A daughter was born to������ Mr and  Mrs Win McLellan at the U. and  C. hospital on the 9th.'  Tha pavilion dance on Friday  evening last went up in wind.   ��������� o .���������:���������_  Death of MISS E. PEACH  It will be with sincere regret that  the many   friends in   Cumberland  will learn of the deuthof Mi-s Ellen  "Peacy~which~oecur-rtd*-a-t-Pvegina^-  The deceased lady had been an invalid for i.;any years and bore her  in-ensa g-fferlng wiih Christian  patience. She .eft here two years  ago with lu-r sinter Mis** 11. p������_���������Cy  in ihe hope mat a change of oHmnie  'J ''.V o- IK-1*   i '  ' oauh sroiits."-  UO Patterns to choose from. ���������      /���������  ye  2 Douhle tlolls for iocs, upward-*  '-{tu-iu L'iitajj,   Vim-jd p dnta,   50 ���������>*)*-.lo* ot '  Aa'vjuCia^,     ISifuol'.,    Soiiiid,    Varnish,  Whining, BruahcH. etc.  T. E. BATE,  DUNSMUIR    VB,  Cumberland  1905 _  a.  er  would restore tier ..health, but in  vain, the sad end came on July 31st.  Miss Peacy was loved and respected  by all who had the pleasure of know ���������  ing her, and was a true type of an  upright good woman. Her bro! hers  and sisters have the *-incer--st sympathy of everyone in their hereav-  .<������miMit.  The fact of speaking���������.he   tru H~"  intentiqually,and even to the injury  of-ec if���������is lefga branch than a'���������blossom of nitit's   hioral   strength' of  character.     Truth alone   ivoundp.  liiohtor.  MOW that Cool l):iyi  und   Chilly   Evening!' lire   approaching we would reiuiiid you that   wc   have   just  opened up our  I*  h  Warm Wool Underwear  Sweaters, Heavy Tweed Shirts, Blankets,  Hosiery, Sox, and last but not least,  A Complete Assortment of  Hats and Caps  For Ladies, Misses, Men and Boys  11 the.   Latest   and most   Up-To-Date   Styles.  i ?i  -I  .xw**"!   _,  :P/S-*;V ^"f,,J ^v M '���������J"-" <*>.��������������� t\ "��������� -.- ���������_*. -������k_m1-_ : ���������*  (T\n vri t  V.. Kj V' * < ������- ��������� ���������  ^' F F/nNC. i f >ri W   C. <.;������������., in rcf'JMMK'-- In d>.d  A!-1-.  i.nd  Present���������May������������i'  ^ ���������''���������' '>,  itute,    Mci.-t ti.sid,    Mrl.i.u.i  MoKadden.  Min-,1 -h reid and uuopiud.  CVut   "������<", 'i..It-.���������  Ltjllcrfjoui Moal intllH^oticnor \  C. t:������i.  <<; uii.ii.i. , ii< ��������� ��������� nM��������� iii,,.��������� i.u i ,  Kc.ieivcd ami o' ���������'.  j.c a.-1 ir.,:;* r >,, Ti.n y,   W.t.culver, in reffr������ncu to drainage.  Council udiuuriied.  A droj) in Pric", Five Hoses.  E.aU'fhy and ilintsou i*uv i'luu.  ii >w only ijl.d'i per sack, Napier  iV P.rtr'nigti.  The noon train to Union  Wharf  "j;i-.: ' vt.i.\\'\ 'V'vt-i'' li'.ver lllid the j  In.i-l tan along ii. 'r.ich uh.-ul < t i  ti.t-.uginef.n'a mi!-* ir more, finally j  tinninu off into the luu**ii a iiuicj  ibis sith' of the wn.nn rmd C5r.-.fsii������g  near Lairdn.   T I!ud-son *������:.uud up J  ---."."���������"*������������������-" if  ; ���������#������������������*  MY LADY PEGGY  GOES TO TOWN  By  FRANCES AYMAR MATHEWS  Copyright 1901, by the Bowen-Merrill  Company.  ������t proves a narmiess, peaceful, ir  somewhat devious neighborhood, where  ga occasional rabbit scurries over the  dry leaves of last autumn's falling, and  where a large company of rooks are  holding a caucus, but 'tis interminable,  and Peggy's legs are not of steel, it  seems, but of that lusty flesh and blood  and bone which, when made to do dul.  fasting now theso twenty hours, begin  to give out Her head, too, spins, the  knot of her cravat seems to choke her  aa 6he loosens it, the weight of the  bundle appears like twenty stone at  the least about her waist, and sho cuts  the bedcord and lets it drop, just for a  few moments' ease, she tells herself, as  at last the other side of the forest is  gained and she beholds a wide stretch  of downs and naught but the elusive  tower of the distant castle appearing  farther away even than at first  ���������What common can this be?  Once again sho shades her bloodshot  eyes and stares up at the sky. In crossing the woods she must have struck  mistakenly to tho west Tho sun is  nearing the set, and Peggy now knows  she has come to Farnham heath where,  report has it, some of tbe boldest cutthroats in the country rule the roost  Shall she start to cross it? Kennaston village lies only ten miles on  t'other side of It That will-o'-the-wisp  tower, that castlo yonder, yes, 'tis  home! And she such a dullard as not  to have mistrusted it before!  She will push on. Why not? What  has she, forsooth, to tempt any thief,  unless he took her for ransom.  Well, let him, since Percy de Bohun  at thiB very moment in all likelihood  kneels at the feet of Lady Diana. If  highwaymen want to bear her off, why  should she complain? And just then  the tinkle of the little brook at the  wayside beckons in her ladyship's ear,  -the~c������sde4owor"app���������ars_to-be"danciag-  up and down against the sky, tha two  stark trees yonder on the heath are  surely turning somersaults, the bundle  drags all forgotten at her heels and  presently lies In the tall grasses which  sho threaded on her way to tbe brook.  Her head swam; ten thousand blunderbusses seemed to be firing off insldo of  it She pulled off her wig and threw it  far from be*?. She unbuttoned her coat  and waistcoat and drew brr cloak in a  twist about her. She staggered, caught  at an eldei. It swayed with her to tha  water as she fell swooning with her  thirsty lips just In touch of tho sparkling bubbles, her wan face shining tn  tho glint of sunshine, tho whole round  world and all tho men and women In It  quite forgot, even her sword, unbuckled with tho bedcord, now lay glinting its jewels in tho sedges half a dozen rods away.  A pair of robins eyed ber from tbo  bushes, a boo swerved and swung  above her mouth, tho minnows darted  next hor chock, but my lady did not  wake for any or nil of thoso, Sho lay  there motionless until tho sun had gone  down and all tho sweet scents and  drowsy sounds and whirs and flutters  of twilight had cotae up; until a flno  coach wltb four horses and two postilions came prancing and pawing at  r great rato of speed out of the wood  to the houth; until a llttlo weazened  lino gentleman, who bad dozed In bis  bod until long past noon for fear of  encountering a certain other gentle-  man, had risen leisurely, dined wltb  relish, sot out from the Queon and  Artichoke only after being assured that  the othor gentloman had gono off on a  mined horse back to Garret lano In  tho hopos of obtaining a Btiltablo  mount, which somo was not to bo had  short of tho ton mllo return; until tho  Dttlo gentleman, then, thrusting his  faoo out of his conch window as tho  vohldo eamo to a sudden standstill,  spoke.  "Is this tbo heath?" ho asks, wltb  Winking oyos and a uhlvor.  "Yes, Sir Robin, Farnham heath, sir,"  answers one of the postilions,  "Your pleasure, Mr Robin?" asks  the second man respectfully, quieting  bis horses.  "Well," returns tho llttlo bnronct, "If  you think wo can gitllop across faster  until Uium.' urn us am hi ovi-rtuau ua, l  fcuj,   {/,'va.v-aJ,    li  ������Vi{"���������     Uv   ^liiiKi-M  back over his shoulder.  To tell (ho truth, tho gentleman from  Kent considered himself as betwixt  two very Impending tires, and 'tis safe  to say ito an-iiaiHt hir i'vrvy Uo Uo-  bun's possibility at his back us much,  if not more, than ho did tho robbers In  front of him.  'WW In the best condition, sir,"  returned tlio roan, "und tlfty minutes  ou^ht to take u.) out of is!! l.uiwica of  danger,"  "l;������('������.--," rep!it,i t'.t' tiwiHt.-i, iiguiu  easting no nppn-twmslvo ey������ to tbo  rear, "tlwy might ck>*o tn m us from  behind."  "No fear, strr Hies tho lackey. "Dur  pintols nro loaded runl co-eke.1. With  ���������roiir own rnnW-r. i������i������tok-������ bim* tiny- blur*.  derbuss, Sir Robin, we should"���������  "What's that?" exclaims the second  man, eyes bulging, as with the handle  ' of his whip he points to the fallen figure by the brookside.  "Zounds!" cries the first, rising In  his seat to peer.  "'Sdeath!" squeaks Sir Robin, pulling down the coach sash. "On with ye,  you devils! On, I say!" thumping impatiently on the pane with his signet  ring.  "No fear, sir; no fear, Sir Robin I"  ���������"���������-.claims the second man. jumping to  the ground and inspecting her ladyship, "It's only a corp."  "Are you sure?" opening the doo*  cautiously.   "Sure?"  "Aye, Sir Robin, a quality corp, Bir.  Mayhap shot down by them vagabones  out of tbe heath. Had I best see if  there's any life left in the young,gentleman, sir?"  Sir Robin descends from his coach,  a pistol in one hand, a drawn rapier in  the other.  "Keep an eye on the lookout, James,"  he whispers to the postilion, who remains in his seat, and the baronet  minces in and out of the tall grasses,  shaking the dew daintily from his  sprawling feet, until he gains the spot,  where his man kneels above the prostrate form.  "Ugh!" says he, turning aside his  head in a species of disgust. "I never  could abide the sight of the dead."  'Twas the very first time in his life  he'd ever had a chance to behold such.  "He ain't quite cold yet, Sir Robin,"  says the postilion. "There's a flicker to  his eyelids, sir.  Look!"  The baronet looks. Out of his hands  tumble rapier and pistol.  '"Slife!" he cries, down on his knees,  feeling at her ladyship's pulse, pulling  his flask from his pocket and trying  vainly to pour the liquor between the  firmly shut lips.  As he tries, the little gentleman's  wits work nimbly, which they could do  on occasions, and,-not stopping even to  wonder at his discovery, only to accept instantly as a fact that his lady  had been struck down while pursuing  him, he is so overjoyed at the beauty,  sentiment and opportuneness of the  adventure as to be scarce able to restrain his elation, even in the face of a  serious swoon.  "Into the coach at once, James," he  -saysrraising-ber-ladyshlp's-bead-him*-  self; "Your gentlest endeavors and a  guinea apiece to you," nodding to the  other as between them they carry the  limp form to the coach, "if you bring  me to Kennaston castle before curfew."  "Never fear, Sir Robin. If the young  gentleman only holds out for a single  hour, I swear, sir, In tho teeth of all  the highwaymen in tbe kingdom, we'll  have you there."  "Tut, tut," says Sir Robin, smiling,  no longer restraining an expression of  bis happiness and triumph, as he  makes ready the rugs and cushions  within to receive' the burden James,  for tho moment, bears alone.  "Tls no young gentleman, you  roguea 'Tls my Lady Peggy Bur-  goyno, my bride that is to be. Walt a  moment, Thomas, whllo I spread this  Bhawl; and, James, look you sharp behind us, for there's a gentleman In  pursuit of this lady would kill me on  sight if be can."  Jv''4^-M*ut_S.*--  Thrusting the bit of paper Into Ms   coacn.  .~'-*vi.-.-i'>..*'.[."  waistcoat Percy gasps and gazes. He  beholds Sir Robin and his man lifting  a limp and slender form, ill defined,  'tis true, in its swathe of camlet cloak,  into the coach; he beholds a head of  dark, short hair, a face of ashen pallor,  and in two seconds more, before he  can rush back and leap into his saddle,  motioning Grigson to do'the same, the  coach containing Sir Robin and his  prize is dashing as fast as whip, spur,  sixteen thoroughbred legs and a backing up of wholesome terror can urge  it over the bleak and grewsome waste  of Farnham heath.  "'Slife, Grigson, man!" cries Percy,  digging steel into the poor roan's flanks  till they spurt blood In a stream. "We  must overtake 'em, unhorse 'em, spill  out the wretch inside. I'll into the  coach then to protect the lody; you  mount the leader and gallop us over  the heath for your life."  "Trust me, Sir Percy,** answers Grigson from a length behind his master.  "God grant, sir, that the roan drop not  out of the race and leave us but ono  Baddle betwixt you and me, sir."  "Poor beast!" says Percy, pricking  her hard and striking her shoulder  with the flat of his rapier. "She'll dio  and in a good cause if she gain me tho  goal."  And all the while they're speaking,  flash and crack go the whips of Sir  Robin's postilions, and Sir Robin's  splendid beasts cover the ground with  a swing and a will that keeps the coach  rocking, but yet awakens not Lady  Peggy, whose dark cropped head reposes on the crooked shoulder' of Sir  Robin, while her white eyelids remain  sealed and no quiver of returning consciousness thrills about her drawn and  bloodless lips.  "Gad!" exclaims Percy, as he beholds  the vehicle swinging and spinning farther and farther from him and as  Grigson's black now is up nose and  nose with his own expiring mare.  "Gad, girl," bending his lips to the  roan's laid back ear, "go on! Help me  to save herl To reach herl Go on, I  say!"  As if the faithful creature comprehended  her  master's  entreaty,   with  A  path  open  CHAPTER XVIII.  thlB very moment two horsemen, sorry mounted enough, especially the master, aro rounding tho turn of tbe woodland  and about to emergo upon tbo  next tbo heath. Ho who rides  tho lamo roan has his eyos bent upon  the ground, a thousand sad and conflicting thoughts crowding his brain, as  'tls impossiblo oven to urgo bis hurt  stood, and a jog trot Is all that can bo  got out of ber over ugaln. Garret luno  bad sent him away only with bis own  again.  "Sir Percy, wltb submission, sir,"  exclaims Grigson, "this bo Farnham  heath, sir, and 'pon my life, sir," jumping from his saddle and darting to the  grassy side of tho way, "a ropier, SJr  Percy!" picking It up and dragging  with It tlio straggling bedcord and Its  appending bundle.  Percy looped to tho ground and  seized tho weapon.  "Grigson," cried be, "there's boon  foul work hereabouts. This la tho  sword of a gentleman I know, or my  name's not Percy do BohunJ Ho Is a  scurry follow, and my enemy, but If  be has fallen among thieves, by the  heaven above us, I'll roscuo him, even  If 'tls to punish bim later according to  uj> uwu wuii   xukf tuu rupit-i.'  .l.i ].������,- hu...J.i it WJ������ Ut hi* u>uu Lli<i  bedcord from the Queen and Artichoke, being a full century old, gives  entirely away, and my Lady Peggy's  duds, long tall of dark hair, pins, noo-  Uit<M, whutovur t-ihe natt-ie, tall, scatter,  topsy turvy to tho ground, ond at tho  vory somo moment Percy sees boforo  him, as In a neat among tho eedges and  ferns of tho marshy brookland, the  wig that hor ladyship had flung off and  a scrap of tumbled paper oddreswod t>  himself, flapping, spliced on a thlsttn  toil, nour It T!iuittli-i>l- tick, ho 1* iiUmt  to read It whon tirigson, wbo has gono  on afoot 6 few stepn, starts baefe, nnd.  reckless of alt things, seizes bis master's arm and drags bim to tbo turn of  tho road.  -fti������. pw-fc-vi nutt r4w������wi*������     ..  "Mercy I Mercy, Mr. Highwayman t"  tbat not uncommon last flash of superhuman strength that inheres in, man  and' beast alike, tho roau raised ber  fine bead In tbo air, pricked her ears,  stretched out ber nock, gathered herself up with a twitch of her nerves tbat  thrilled to her rider's heart, and off, as  In ber host days, whon sho could distance tbe fleetest mount In tbo county;  off, wltb tbe whirl and whir of thoso  coach wheels beckoning to ber; off,  with tbat pair of Btralnlng eyes, thoso  parted lips, blessing her as she began  to gala on Sir Itobla, Began tof Nay,  'twus uil a mutter of boglunlutt and  ending In a brcatb, Boforo tbo postilions, amid their own clatter and  calling, had caught hint of tho pursuit  tho roan was up with tbo windows,  out of which tho approhenslvo llttlo  baronot was peering. His scream of  torror ���������"Hlghwaymonl Fastorl On,  lads, onl A hundred pounds if we outrun 'em! On!"~-wai their flrst advertisement of danger.  Rut while tho two were drawing  their bangers from their belts Sir  Percy, with a swerving dash, pulled  tho roan on ber hind legs directly in  front of tlie galloping loaders. 'Twas  but an Interposition of Providence  (coupled with vory excellent cool headed horsemanship) that he was nut then  und there dispatched Into tlio horeaftor.  Tho leaders plunged, grinding tho  wtJix-ieiB with iiieir uinu ma-la, uiu  H_������.������.i<.,��������� .ci, but,;, uf <���������* h<.a(/, .���������>..,...t.\!���������rt  lu tho fine front glass and cuttlug Sir  Robin across tho Up, but not so much  as waking his burden from ber death-  llko sleep.  "iiowu with ye!" cries bir ������'eri\v, a j  platol in each hand, as Grigson rides  up with onotbor brace to ro-onforco  tils master, putting a band as well to  tbo quieting of tho coach horses.  "Aye, aye, slrl Bnt spare our lives,  and well cfo your bidding** cry Sir  Robin's lackeys, leaping to the gmund.  "WtA,. not u uiout UitwUt u.n >uur  honor, on our llfo!'*  ���������I wfint no gmfltn, nor guineas cfl-  Uwt," says Torcy, now leaving bis  man to cover tbo steeds ond tho postilion*, white be Jumps elf the roan's  bu<k ni-4 ���������ttrinii-* <*> thtt ������Mo of tha  To wrest the door from the feeble  clutch of the shrieking little gentleman  from Kent, to open It. seize him. stopping his frantic and craven cries with  a thrust of a pocket napkin in his  mouth, to haul him out and send him  spinning over the turf with his gold  and silver scattering from purse and  pockets is with Sir Percy the work of  a very few seconds.  "Mercy! Mercy. Mr. Highwayman!"  whimpers the baronet cringing on his  knees as Grigson lifts himself up on  the off leader's back and Percy props  tbe swooning figure within the coach.  "'Slife, sir, whoever you are, raise  your eyes! I am Sir Percy de Bohun,  at your service any time three hours  hence."  Sir Robin glances up, his crooked little legs now bowing more into an arc  than before as he hears the dread  name of his rival.  Clapping band to hilt, however, be  stands up,  "Sir," says be, pushed into a valiance  he has no smallest sympathy with solely from fear that Lady Peggy may  have open ears by this time. "Sir, that  lady is my affianced. I command you,  quit her and leave us to pursue our  journey in peace. D'ye hear, sir?" Sir  Robin brandishes his weapon, now re-  enforced by the approach of his servants. "I'll stick you where you stand,  sir!" shouts McTart, prancing a bit  nearer and actually touching Percy's  shoulder with the point of his weapon  ���������be it remembered De Bohun's back  was toward him as be leaned into the  coach arranging the cushions.  "Will you?" says Sir Percy coolly,  turning and  seizing the  llttlo'man's  blade and administering therewith to  its owner a smart box on his out; flapping ^ears. "Had I time to waste,"  adds Percy, now jumping into the  coach, "I'd leave your Carcass here.  Put up your pistol, sir," says he, aiming his own straight at Sir Robin's  now uuwigged pate, "or you'll be cold  inside a second. On with you, Grigson!" calls master to man. "Life and  death are in this matter. If tho four  beasts and you, too, drop at the finish,  get us to Kennaston faster than the  wind travels."  Even while he speaks he watches the  still wrhite face so near him, with his  finger on his trigger, Sir Robin dis-  Cre������tly~b^kIHg~TwTiyTM"TeMin"grthT  air with noisy and impotent curses;  then a plunge, a long, resounding call  ;from Grigson; the two lackeys agog at  finding themselves alive, Sir Robin's  coach starts on as if the evil one himself were in its wake.  Percy does not draw Peggy to bim;  he lays ber back among the pillows; he  bathes ber head and lips and hands  wltb liquor from his flask; be holds tho  slender fingers in his palm, as, amid  awful terror lest his lady die, ho is  'racked with consternation and wonder  nt the present outcome, nnd In bis distraught mind endeavors to patch and  pleco out the strango network of tho  mystery now beginning to solve Itself  before bis eyes.  As he prays God to spare her, If not  for him for somo better man, a shrill,  weird sound smites his car.  Tercy throws back his head ond listens. 'Tls the long roan neighing for  the last time back on Farnham heath,  where Sir Robin, picking up his monoy,  dejected, shivering like an aspen (slnco  ho would rako hades with a nail to secure a ha'penny and fairly weeps at  the sixpences ho can't recover), presently and ruefully, ono of his mou bohlnd  him, pillion fashion, t'other running at  his side, turns back to Tooting on top  of Grigson's black, bis fox tooth chattering In bis wldo mouth as ho congratulates himself on his second and  miraculous cscapo from tho famous Sir  Percy da, Bohun.  ��������� . ���������  Saved Money,  ���������"Has your husband had any lues  with tho races?"  "Yes," answered yonng Mrs. Tnrklns  "Ho has boon fooling III all tho wceli  and couldn't go out to tbo track."  OUT IN THE AIR.  Jes* glttln' out in the air's a boon,  Jes' g-ittin" out in the air,  When the peace o' God in the mornln*  time  Lies roun' you everywhere,  An' the breath o' the flowers an' grass  is like  An incense an' a prayer.  The smell an* the feel an' the sense o*  , things,  Tho song, the shine an' the hue  Seem to sort o* git in a feller's soul  An' to wash it clean an' new.  Tou feel like you 'uz a part o' them  An' they 'uz a part o' you.  i  They ain't no use o* misery i  An' they ain't no use o' wrong;  They're  both Jes'   discords,  an'   they  don't  To the skeem o' things belong.  Git your soul in tune with the world an*  God,  An' life grows like a song.  The hills an' the trees to htm on high  Sing one eternal psalm;  The great wide reaches o' earth an' sky  Are'filled with a nameless calm,  An' the scent an' freshness out o' the  fields  Breathe ovor the soul a balm.  Tho cup o' blessin' overflows;  They's gladness enough to spare  To every creetur beneath the sun-  Why rob yourself of a share?  Go, drink your fill in the mornin' time  By glttin' out in the air.  ���������J. A. Edgerton.  Smallpox, or viiriola, was not known  to tlio Romans boforo tho sixth contury.  Loprosy is ns different from It ns palsy  is from St. Vitus' duneo. What Is tills  awful disease? Something endemic  chronic, mallgnunt, with cutnnooua  lesion, It Is a scabloun affliction of a  dreadful character, attacking natlow  negligent of cleanliness and tho doeon-  ��������� elos of llfo. All that Franco and England gained by ongnglng Jn tho cm-  sndos was leprosy, and of'nll that they  took leprosy was tho only thing that  iciuuiuua   uiu,   uiuu.     tn uK..c_i  v....v...  ' '-wry man hborlhg under tlie ("hr-nnr  ��������� was Imprisoned like a thief or o robber.  Moth boles and tho mildew on wall*  woro bol loved to bo tho effects of lop  rosy.  MR. SIFTON'S CAREER.  Sketch of the Life of a Man in th������  Public Eye.  The Hon. Clifford Sifton, Irish by descent, was born in the township ot  London, Ont., on March 10, 1861, tha  son of John W. Sifton, formerly speaker of the Manitoba Legislative Assembly, and his wife, Catharine Watkins.  Educated at the high school of London, at tho Boys' College, Dundas, and  Victoria University, Cobourg, he graduated B. A. and Prince of Wales medalist, in 1880, and was called to the  Manitoba bar in 11582. Removing from  Winnipeg to Brandcm, where he commenced the practice of his profession,  he became city solicitor and solicitor  to the Western Judicial Board, and in  1895 was created Queen's counsel by  Lord Aberdeen.  In 1888 he entered the Manitoba Leg-  .islative���������Assembly���������as���������member���������for���������  North Brandon, and joined the Green-  way administration on May 14, ,1891,  as Attorney-General and Minister ot  Education. During his tenure of office he codified the law relating to civil  procedure in Manitoba and conducted  the negotiations with the Dominion  Government on the Manitoba school  tuestlon. He Was one of the representatives of the Province at the Ottawa  Reform convention of June, 1893, being  elected a vice-chairman, acted���������as Premier durihg Mr. Greenway's illness in  1895, and in Juno of the latter year introduced In the Legislature the reso--  lution refusing to carry out the Dominion Government's order of council for  the restoration of separate school privileges to tho Catholics of Manitoba. In  February, 189G, ho introduced the resolutions protesting against the passags  of Parliament of tho Manitoba remedial bill and In March was appointed  a commissioner to meet in conferenco  with the Dominion delegates to dlcusa  the school question.  On November 17, 1896, Mr. Sifton  retired from the Manitoba Government  and entered Sir Wilfrid Lauder's administration as Minister of the Interior and Superintendent General of Indian affairs. In the same month he was  returned for Brandon by acclamation  on the vacation of the seat by D'alton  McCarthy and in tlie autumn of 1897  personally inspected the various Inlets  to tho Yukon region. On his return  Mr, Sifton visited Washington and negotiated the arrangement made with  the United States Government for tha  froer passage of Canadian goods Into  the Yukon. Ho acted as agent of tho  British Government before the Alaska  Boundary tribunal in 1903 and throughout his o metal career has devoted spa-*  ctal attention to Increasing Immigration  to Canada. Mr. Sifton was re-elected  member for Brandon In 1900 and again  at tho lost Dominion elections. He Is  a vlco-presldont of the Dominion Educational ABBOdatlon and a member of  the Mothodlst Church. Mr. Sifton was  married In August, 1884, to Elizabeth  Arma, daughter of II, T. Burrows, ot  Ottawa, In politics ho Is a "life-long  liberal"  Wanted Urging.  "Are you going to marry Harry?"  "Not unless he shows more Interest  Ho has only askod mo three times, and  I have known him a year."  The Ralrth-Midert Kami*.  Tbo staid, dignified and homely bald-  hooded eagle, tlio glorious emblem ot  tlio American republic, cantos but once  and lives with his ono mato until ho of  uf?.** dies If left n vrMnwr���������ewn n  young widower���������tho t.aldtieadod oagle  never muf^i o^ifu. He remains nk������n������*  and <llwitm������oliil<t (n Um uwt ou the  rocky crng or in the branches of n tall  plno that formed hl������ domicile while bli  mat������ wns alive. No other female esgle  can tern-it him to foraifce bis dlscon-  mlsitc M*%-  Mors Thrilling Exercise.  ������������������How did von enmo to develop sueh  wonderful muscles ��������� raising dumb  bells T  "No, lifting a mortgago."  Take s Hint*!-  !f|j# j^rt.n ft>f.!r -HnW ffnrmmfn flnff  And turn to summor powers,  fo cut your winter whiskers oft  And blossom with the flowers.  Knew Their Value.  "A penny for your thoughts, Mr.  Blank."  'Woolly, Hiss Bright, I don't want  to rob you.*       Strength,  "Natirrany i strong man requires  strong food."  "Limburgetl"   j . he oiBESura mi  OUfttMRLAND, B. C.  ��������� WESTERN  CANADIAN  EDITORS  ���������    ���������  ���������1  ���������'  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  :  ���������  j  ��������� W. F. KERR. ���������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a-*-*  A Series of Articles Describing  their Lives, their Aims and  Their Influence.  37.  W. F. KERR.  Managing Editor of the Reglna Leader  from England to see which local paper, ��������� The dinner proceedings of a certain  could first get out the news, the fastest) Reading family were interrupted the  compositors being always put at thatj other day by the father detectng his  work. Another of Mr. Kerr's family, littleN daughter in the act of taking  an uncle, after whom he was named, meat into her fingers. This depar-  was also a newspaper man, being edi-t ture from good manners brought forth  tor of the Jackson City (Michigan) ��������� quite a lecture from the parent. "If  Citizen during the American Civil war. I we were among strangers," he   con  cluded, impressively, "I would have to'  say that I found you in the woods and  that you were brought up by a monkey." The little one listened attentively, and then, after a pause, said:  HAVE YOU ECZEMA 7-Hnre Tox> any rtln  disease or eruptions t Are yon subject to chaffing or  scalding ? Dr.Agnew's Ointment prevents and cure8  any and all ot these, and cures Itching, Bleeding and  Blind Piles besides. One application brings relief  tn ten minutes, and cases cured In three to aiz  night*.  36c**nt-.-71  These sketches of Western Canadian  editors have demonstrated, if nothing  else, that this is a country in which,  as Shakespeare said, "Youth must be .  served."   It is essentially a country ofi long   absence   from Regina, made it  young men,   Indeeu, in   perhaps   no necessary    for   him to    depute    his  given several important special assignments, one of which was to accompany the Prince of Wales across  the continent'in his Canadian tour,  Mr. Kerr was the youngest of the con-  respondents accompanying the royal  party.  In February of 1902 the Increasing  political duties of Mr. Walter Scott,,  M. P. for Assiniboia West, and the  editor of the Regina Leader, and his'  Grayce���������Cholly Smythe told me a  scandalous story in the conservatory  last night. Gladys���������And did you  blush? Grayce���������What was the use?  We were in the dark.  It was thus no doubt inevitable that  the Mr. Kerr should drift into the  world of journalism. From his earliest  boyhood the smell of printers' ink and  the rush and hustle of a   newspaper  office had attractions for him. Whil������| -_.t_ier, are you a monkey?"  still at school his amusement used to  be, not so much in sports, though In  out of door life few men take a keener or mo^e healthy interest, but in  setting type and running a small hand  press.  Mr. Kerr is a Huron boy, having  been born in Goderich in October,  187C. He was educated at St Thomas public schools, -.aving in the interval been at Grand Rapids (Mich.)  and Ottawa, with his parents. After  completing school, he entered the  C. P. R. telegraph service at Ottawa,  and for two seasons was detailed in  the House of Commons branch office,  where he naturally became acquainted  With the most prominent men in Canadian journalism and politics. In 1898  on the contest of the Free Press passing from Mr. W. F. Luxton, Mr. A. J.  Magum was selected by the management as its editor. Mr. iuagum was  the doyen of the Otcawa Press gallery,  and when he began the selection of  the staff for. the new regime, among  others he selected was Mr. Kerr, in  whom he had detected the promise of  higher possibilities in the faithful djs  charge of his duttes as a telegraph  messenger. It was in October, 1898,  that Mr. Kerr joined the Free Press  staff, as the assistant and secretary  to the editor in, chief. Towards the  end of his period   of   service   with  Every Step We Take   ���������   Every Move We Make  '���������'  IS WITH  THE ONE  END  IN  VIEW    TO  SERVE THE   PUBLIC   WELU  *i>  CEYLON  TEA  IS INCOMPARABLE     IN QUALITY AND VALUE, AND 13  ALWAYS  RELIABLE.  Sold only in Sealed Lead Packets 40c, 50c, 60c. per lb.    By All Grocers.  HIGHEST AWARD ST. LOUIS, 1904.  Western Canada's Great Industrial Exhibition  ....  To Prevent is better Than to Repent.���������A little medicine in the shape  of the wonderful pellets which are  known as Parmelee's Vegetable Pills ,i  administered at the proper time and  with the directons adherred to often  prevent a serious attack of sickness  and save money which would go to  the doctor. In all irregularities of  the digestive organs they are an invaluable corrective and by,cleansing  the blood they clear the skin of Imperfections.  "I bet I get into more trouble than  any man in this state," volunteered  the young fellow who had come in and  ordered a Scotch highball. "Nothing  in the trouble line overlooks me. Why,  I'd be afraid to   marry "   "What,  Western Canada's great daily, he wasl ain't you married!" ejaculated the red-  nosed, elderly party who was hover  ing over the gratis lunch', ��������� "Boy, you  don't know what trouble is." .  WINNIPEG  JULY 20--28, 1905  $50,000 in Prizes and Attractions  Reduced Fares on all Railways.  Seven Days Racing.  young ineu,    iuuccu, m    ymuaya    -.������.��������� ������������������j , ���������I,        .������������������--*- ���������  other country in the world can the-] work of managing the paper, and, in  same be said with an equal degree ofi looking for a man to act in his stead,  .........     ~-   -���������   ....   -ju���������������������������   hither-! his choice fell on Mr. Kerr.   In addi-  . MINARD'S LINIMENT is the only  Liniment asked for at my store and  the only one we keep for sale.  All the people use it. ,  HARLIN FULTON.  Pleasant Bay, C. B.  truth.     Of   all   the   editors  J:o^_dealt_JRlth_lS-this_series  of   ar  ticles, the proportion who have attained middle age is insignificant, and the  great majority of them have been men  whose extreme youth, when considered In conjunction with the responsible  ���������positions they occupy, and the respect  they deservedly receive from those  who know them, gives one accustomed to always associate responsibility  with age a severe, shock.  Mr. W. F. Kerr, secretary-treasurer  of the Leader Times Co., and managing editor of the Regina Leader, Is a  typical instance of how western conditions encourage industry and ability.  Three years ago he was appointed  editor of the most influential weekly  paper in the Northwest Territories,  and at that time he was only twenty-  six years of age. Eight years before  that ho had been a C. IVII. telegraph  messenger boy. The wide arch be^  tween the two positions Mr. Kerr had  tion to his duties as managing editor;  T}rTMn^MMrT~M^'I^f~l"3~^W~~^  secretary-treasurer of the Leader-  Times Company, the concern which  owns both the Regina Leader and the  Moose Jaw Times.  As is well known, the Leader is,  with three exceptions, the oldest of  the Territorial papers, its seniors being the Saskatchewan Herald, pub-  Used at Battleford; the Edmonton  Bulletin, the paper of which Hon.  Frank Oliver is proprietor, and the  MacLeod Gazette. The Leader was  started by Nicholas Flood Davin and  the C. P. R��������� in reality for the purpose  booming the Regina town site and  was subsequently purchased by Mr.  Walter Scott. Under his management and that of his deputy, Mr.  Kerr, it has attained a still stronger  hold on the confidence of the people  of the Territories. It is now engaged in the erection of a new home, that  8panned"b/''hIs'oVn"7fforts"and"ta be the most up-to-date newspaper  ents, favored of course, by the oppor- building in the new province of Sas-  tunlties offered him in the wider field, ltatchewan, and outrival that of any  tho west afforded. Tho bare facts as! office in Canada in a town of no great-  stated, constitute the highest authen- er population than Regina. It will  tication, both of Mr. Kerr's capacities cons at of three stories and a base-  and abilities, and of the possibilities went, and   without   equipment, will  !  children:    Henry   VIII.   was   brave,  Mm Lists and Attractions Pr������f rams  Mailed en Application.  F. W. DREWRY. President     R. J. HUfiflES, Sec-Treas.  HALUS  VEGETABLE SICILIAN  A high-class preparation for the hair.   Keeps the hair soft and  glossy and prevents splitting at the ends.  Cures dandruff and  always restores color to gray hair.  ���������ttisrjsasL??"*  Eddie���������Uncle Isaac is going to   be  The following are gleaned from the aw������ul11y -*-:   S^-S^V* H^ fd������  definitions givjn by   English   school, ������������ *���������I ?^TA^l'������C*^  corpulent and cruel, he was frequently! at) save aim'  married to a widow, had an ulcer on  said so, and I guess he knows what  of self help and self advancement pos  slble In western Canada.  Thoro must bo something In hereditary bias towards certain llfo callings,  for Mr, Kerr,���������William Franklin Kerr  is tho full name���������comes from a family of whom several members were  newspaper men. His grandfather,  Dawson Kerr, i'oiihdod ono of the Jlrst  papers In By town, Canada Wost, now  tho city of Ottawa, It was known ns  tho Ottawa Valley Advocate Mr.  Kerr'a father, Dawson Kerr, worked  cost ?25,000.  As a newspaper man Mr. Kerr is ad  mltted by all to be one of the most  able In tlio west. Neither in his writing nor In his personal characteristics  does he display any of that flashy  brilliancy which, especially among  journalists, often passes for talent.  His qualifications aro of tho solid and  enduring vanlety, strong , common  sonso, n levelhondness that no excitement can sweep oif Its foot, a steady  devotion to lilgh pnrsonal and nrofos  his leg, and great decision of charao  ter. The climate of Bombay is such  that its inhabitants have to live elsewhere. Etc. is a sign used to make  believe more than you do. The equator is a menagerie lion; running round  the centre of the earth. The zebra is  like a horse, only striped, and used to  illustrate the letter Z. A vacuum is  nothing shut up in a box.  Ask for Mlnard's and Take no Other  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, Cuban Itch on human or animals, cured  In 30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary  Lotion, It never fails.. At all druggists.  .,A man In Central Kansas, according to the Kansas City Journal, had  trouble with his wife and more trou  ble with his mother-in-law, The wife  died, On the day of the funeral the  undertaker started to ptit the man into the same hack with his mother-in-  law. Tho man balked. "I won't ride  with her." said ho. "But you must,"  replied the undertaker, "Tho other  hacks are all full." "Well, if I must I  will," said the man, but It will take  away all tho pleasure of tho trip."  An Englishman was asking for In  formation about the state of education in an Irish county. "Can they all  read and write?" "Troth they can,  every, mother's son of them." "Have  you no ignoramuses among you?"  "Niver a one." "Do you know the  meaning of the word ignoramus?" "I  do.'- "What is it?" "A shtranger like  yerself."  on the Advocate for some years ns a "-������naj Ideals, niodenu,on of utterance  compositor, It. being his spoclnl duty combined with fearlessness of thought,  during tho Crimean war to sot   the  mattor pertaining to that Btriigglo.  This was boforo tho days of tho Atlantic cable, and thoro was fierce rivalry  after tho arrival   of a   mail   packet  ers  Sometimes the hair is not  properly nourished. It suffers  for food, starves. Then, it  fill* out, turn* prftmsftiwly  gray.  Ayer's Hair Vigor is a  Hair Vigor  hair food. It feeds, nourishes.  Tho hair stops falling, grows  long and heavy, and all dandruff disappears.  MMiMntie^^^ f mm _^^^2____________i  Poor Hair  considerable talent in organization  and a high degree of executive ability. -Ho Is as yet young, and tho possibilities of his future may best bo  moasttrod by tho accomplishment of  his past. His friends���������of whom ho  has hosts, without as far as is known,  a single enemy���������confidently predict  for him that he will bo a figure to bo  reconod wltb In both the thought and  tlio action ot the new province of  Saskatchewan,  As might be gathored from his newspaper affiliations, Mr. Kerr Is a staunch  Liberal, one of the founders of   ths  ble public speaker, and In request on  that account In all campaigns.  RHBUMATI8M WILL SUCCUMB to South  American Jlliounmtlo Oiiro boc-nuxo It gao* rluht to  tbo lent of tlio trouble una rciuovon tlio oiiiiho, Man/  ���������o-obIJoJ ourot but deaden pain tP-upor-irllyonly, to  h������vo It return -t.Mn nltli duiiblud vlolcnco, Nut no  with thli uront rumorty. It Pr-ullc-itm froo* tho ������-,*���������  torn tho I tut ventluo of tho iIUwino mid lu euro, aro  pMin������uont.-'"4  "A dollar   In a   savings   bank   Is  worth two "   "In a poker game?"  "No, In about thirty-throe years."���������  .Mlnard's  Friend.  Liniment   Lumberman's  ^Overalls  /' J.^F' "-������������������____;������������������*���������*���������--��������������������������� -������������������-.-  -5 MOCKSt-OHIRTS  &���������������������������*TheBestT"*rtMaoe -  I!  If it is a Question of Warmth use  E. B. EDDY'S  BUILDING PAPER  It Retains Meat and Keeps Out Cold.  Write for Samples and Prices.  TEES  &  PERSSE,    Limited,   Agents,   Winnipeg.  "Mamma," said ������ woe pet, "they  sang 'I want to be an nngel!' this  morning and I sang with them,"  "Why, Nellie," exclaimed mamma,  ' could you keep tlmo with the rest?"  v-...-.-. ���������������*--,.. t I-..-...-1 /������������!������   -.���������������   th*- "J suess I could,"   she   proudly an-  S?g w������en-.^������%i^ "woy- - -*-* fthefld o������ them  west.   Ho Is an nttracalvo and ford- ,_,rt_f ,,��������� M,���������'    ��������� ,!,,.���������..���������i, ,i  'most nil tho way, through.'  Deafness Cannot be Cured  l>r Ifw'-tl ���������pplle.llpni, m tht*- e������nt*ot r������������rh th* dl*--  tion ot tne* ������������r, th������n li  ���������������'  A rnmbllna ������min<i, or inv  i-n It Mfinttrrir clowwl !)wif.  turn mm in-j������roiwH*.n;tt ma  rottorftd ui It* normal con'  ���������Mlri  *>m*d Dortldtiorthiieur, Thero I, onljr ono iu to  ror������ <f*������rn������n.,������BJ ik.t l.br <_>���������nltt*tion,J **m-"������l!***������,  IMnrn-MM la enowdU; ,������n mMnwd. rtm-ilt on of th������  mucotw lining of tlio Hiiitwhlin tulio, Wh������o tnw  luliy It InfltMBd rnn hnvo n, -fnmhlfnii .niimt, or I  inM 11 t,i������������ rutin.  I.i-*t������k.i  iti*h "In-B   W11 wil| ������lv������  (tltion. hetrl  put of U  bat nn I  ���������ml  an. hotting\... ,  ut of ton nro <-hu*������<1  will bo dMtroy^tororerV nlni-'it������o������  ... RuiHdJ, 1; CtUrrh. which It nothing  nmeil i-onitlllon of Iho mucou. .orftco..  ��������� ������������������. ��������� ������lro Qm n������inilrft4 ikillart for ������n������ owopf  noiifn������M 'c-ni-wiTl)������ o|t������rrlii thtt rnnnot [m vani by  -TtU *fall'ia|*mllV Pll'l. for oonitlpttlo*.  The Wlfo���������Doctor, can you do any  thing for my husband? Tho Doctor���������  What Is the matter Worrying about  money." "Oh. I can relieve him ot  thnt, all right."  Ksep Mlnard's Liniment In tht Houst  PROTECT YOUR fOOO  WILSON'S  FLY PADS  KILL THEM ALL 4  AVOfQ   POO*���������!MITATIONJ| J  ���������i   i.         1 '     i*������������     mk  wmwsemmxi���������-jmlkshmmsm  WNU No  S37  Whon linen looks like cotton after washing  that is the result of poor soap.  Sunlight Soap  is & pure, scientifically made soap, which  washes linens perfectly white without tho  least discoloration or injury to the fabric.  Equally mood with hard or soft water.  BuySunliflht  Your money refunded if you find cause for  complaint* , ��������� . ...:^r... v        "������j  Ltvar Srothsrs Limited ...jtwsa  Kootenay  Steel  Range  VENTILATED  OVEN  The health of a  family depends greatly  upon the hygienic nature  of  the cooking.  The oven in the Kootenay Range is ventilated,  and every dish baked in it is entirely free from  the effects of pent-up cooking gases.  A perfectly ventilated oven is one of the most  important features of a range, and yet it is given  very little attention by most makers, and none  whatever in most of the cheaply gotten-up ranges  now offered to the public.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.   Booklet free.  McChry\  Toronto,  Montreal,        Winnipeg,        Vancouver  St. John, N. B.  C .11. Tarbell  Sole  Agent  Seattle, 11th���������Arrivals from the  Orient say that the peace conference  will have nothing to do with the  present inactivity in Manchnria  Fighting is to continue. When it  begins it will be a fight to the finish  Oyama this time proposes to wipe  tbe Russian army out of existence.  "We don't figure upon defeat" said  "Se^-TphTriDa^5Ier~~Who arrived"  ���������from Tokio today. When be gets  ready to fight be will go ahead.  It will probably be the last big bat-*  tleof the war It will be the last  strike and Oyama intend? to make  it so complete that there will be no  thing left of the Russians. He  knows that Linevi'ch is a good  tighter, the best Russia has, 10 more  crafty and shrewd therefore he ie  nut taking any chances. When he  doe*} open fire it will be the end of  the enemy. Russia's defeats in the  past have been due to their officers  who are not properly trained and  educated. Oyama is Lincvitch's  equal on the field of buttle as you  will find out when the fuht is ov-r  Oyama has good reason for not  fighting now. He ia getting reiidy,  When he is ready he will go ahead,  There will he no armistice  Tokio, tltb���������If Ik < fiically an-  nounced at the imperial army headquarters that 118 Russian ollioer**  and   men .su:rendered  at  Norora,  Sakhalien Island, on Aug 8th.  Shanghai, 11th -The boycott of  U. S. trade has spread far beyond  the anticipations of its early supporters in fact the boycott is spreading like wild fire. The official publication of President Roosevelt's  mesfage insuring to Chinese travel-  -lers-and-students-admission-to���������the-  IJ. S   has been without effect.  Portsmouth, 11th���������The Russian  reply is already practi ally completed and will be handed by M. Wilte  to Faron Komura tomorrow morning.  The imperial navy department  has announced the successful floating of the three million dollar Russian cruiser Variag, yesterday afternoon. The Variag and Rusi-ian  gun boat Koriez were sunk by th ���������  Japanese in the harbor of Chemulpo  on Feb. Oth 1904.  Lid/iiipuae, Man., 15th���������Nothing  but petty skirmishos has occured  recently along the frontier The  Japanese several times on approach  of Russian reconnoitring parties  left the shelter of their brestworks  unarmed and throwing up their  cups shouted "Pence! Pence j" The  Cossackk reply with volleys and  continue thuir recommitui-eH  London,  llih������������������ Parliament   was  pjoroiiiu-d   this   morning   after a  chequered pession which  will  long  be remembered for 1 he unprecedented number of votes -efcn.su re and  ac'ions for -tdjournment nv������ve with  a view to the embarrassment of the  GoverimiHit.  Portsmouth, N. H 11th���������Reim  bursement'for *>xt**'U*aes sustained  in th** pros-ecu:ion of the war and  the cession of ihe Island of Sak  hali-'ii consti ui-w tbe main features  of the peace coiuii'u>ii8. The word  indemnity is tunefully avoided the  term being einplnyed being "ii-im-  bursemem*' f.r theco.-t of war No  sum is fixed the amount bt*u������<_ distinctly omi led from mutual adjustment between tin* lwo countries  aftei the Japanese expendi ure has  been asceilained These are the  two all impo lant conditions and  these which the Russian p'-mipo-  tentiares find absolutely unaocept*  able.  Slip* of the Pen.  MI am open to conviction," mild th������  burfrlar, and he was rljrlit. Eight year*  anrl six months wus tin* sen ton eo.  There Is a deal of tiriiiK at random, but  It Is nhva.vi* some one j������lse who jf-'ts hit.  A man who rent*- says a six story recommendation usually Koes with a tw-..  story house.  When a youuR man calls on a girl .and  the old folks immediately leave the parlor, it is safe to propose.���������Lou An*-clei  U-iBld.  Mrs. Crlmsonbcak���������Have you got ���������  real, live j-oat at your loilge, John?  Mr. Crimsonlienk���������Why, no, dear. It'i  only a dummy���������a stuffed alTuir.  "Why. don't you know that It's nirain-***  the law to have any l-oxus butter iu yon?  possession?"���������Yonkers Statesman.  .SMOKE.  INTERESTING  INSTRUCTIVE  "CUBAN   BLOSSOM"  4 union j,t.\nrccir..\R  FROM   THE���������  Cuban Cigar Factory  M. J. BOOTH, Proprietor,  WANAlAlO, B.C.  BYRON    CRAWFORD  COURTENAY, B.C.,  DREEDER of Holstein Cattle, Ches-  *D ter White Pigs,, Barred Plymouth  Rock:-,, &c.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES.  An Offer  ITo All  THE  Wonderful Nort&west  FREE  SOUVENIR  Om, Jormom of Mlnoe-  MdMrii "Tlj������KorthwMi  fonl-thti tht mttut wm-  itWlltlii. i*4 f know vl no  mt(itIn* to thornu|hljr  Cci������*Mlenl to tiplolt iht  wiKi'ltn of thtt rtgtoa u  Tm������ Womu't Work."  IW    THE   ������fflr  )'S  FREE  SOUVENIR  i"\y: vH^i>������#*mk  Mauk Twain wrlirti  "Two tt'iyi ovtiAit ������ml  Thu Wnm.it'H Wohic U������  not yot rn-.-hr-d me. I'uy  male- ������ rote ttt thlt I  ihotila r-ilier not ti.vt to  renori to violence."  THE BIG SPECIAL AUGUST NUMBER OF  THE WORLD'S WORK  will detcribt tlit intivcitiut ii--vciu|iii,--i*( ������������),! tic 1-.: i'-vJM''.1':':- c( il.r  frtat Northwwt, No other ws-ciiu-n of our country prc-cnts Mich a dminatlc  ���������lory ol tchltvemrnt and progr������������i at that of the Northwett, from the expedition ol Lf wit and Clark to the great centennial at Portland, Tub Wom.o's  Work will picture and dweribe if* p,imx ini|iii������trie������--mini������ir, fnmiinp,  1limH������rtnjr .net fuliinfr- |t������ -i������W"������ nnd jn-nid-" tM rmnmrTri* wiih thf F.nxt: it'i  nJIraailt at home; itt eminent men. Jlf fillet, thin Rieaf nt ngn-riiic will dr m. nl)?  The Lewis and Qark Exposition at Portland  with maps, photograph* and deicriptive articlct, It will lie a ne<e������*nry  guide and handbook to everyone who visits the Exposition, the W������i  ���������ouvtnir for thoaa who eannot go.  THE WORLDS WORK  item* It* Innnlratton from the tame In lomltahle spirit of pror*e������t thit hst  Uantlorm*! tha Nofihweat Iron* a wilderntsi to a gi*-ai civnu-d tin-nie.  Each month It detcrihes tht vital things in the world't life and tin- mm  who are doing thrm.   It it a hltut-y ������I our own time-��������� ������������������ifn-fMy illuMrMi������������������(  Bvet-r Family In thaNortl:%m\ ?WW Rwd TlW. WORLD'S WORK  Cfft IT C   1 ������������������' '*������������!!'���������������- n������*r fi lh* ,V,-rrt(. f-( ���������'m,,|������nU������������';jrr''lfi'--<-iii'<i-i.' il t' irl..,-^,  PKlr    -tr������'������r ��������� 1 'ij ���������!������ Hm.������+ ItuKi   f   ���������*.,.  , r,.*t-,'  ������������������ I U t>M IVr# irf cb������������ik. r..���������.  tn-IRn o-ir if-1'-' ' ftr *fttlt * ���������.!*������*! *** r-' ������������������������������������-r s���������,i'.' f.rn.   ittnllmtUI pt;*������.  (KMIIiCOAY. HOC & COMPANY. ?: ' 7 Ea*a Mlh Si., New Yotk  Paid   Men  To every man, and woman too,  who ia strngglini* along againot ad-  Vfrsity, arriving to iiake the best  ( f an uncongenial position a> d a  poor salar,\, tie InttrnatioualCor-  respondent S -hools, the atrnding  and achievements of which ������re  l-nowii a<id honoured everywhere,  inaktia this offer:-If you will indicate by a 111 irk like this X on  the coupon M'iw, whioh ocotipa-  yoii prefer, tlio I. 0. S. will at  its own expense and without  obli|?a ion on your par , show  you how il i> not only possible,  hut uotuully fiicy for ynu to enter that oucnpn ion, not as a poor-  ly puid��������� approiiiuie, but with all  the qnalili -triotis tieuubsary to  command u iti>or\ ������al iry,  Hn ve von enough curiosity  to itKk HOW?  International Correspondence  Schools, Scranton Pa,  Box 249 Victoria, B. 0.  I'leiiMU explain, without further   obli-i  tion on my port  how 1 oan qualify  for 11 lurgcr salary in the pnni.  tion bufon* whioli  I   luivo  marked X  Bookkeeper  S jno(*raphor  Ail. Writer  Show oaril writi-r  Window Tiim'r,  Muuh, DrtuiijlitVii  OrnAin, Designer  llliiNiitttnr  Civil Hurviee  (Jlii'inuit  'lVxtilo Mill Hupt  Kiooltii-iiMi  Kiwi. Kiigiiwor  NOTICE.  I lep to ii fi-im tie yvllictha  nn and after January 1st, 1904, nay  business will be strictly cash, by so  doing I can give my Patrons better  satisfaction.  T. H. CAREY, Tailor.  THE ADVANTAGE the public  has in purchasing where they  live i** they see the article and are  not disappointed as when sending  away.  P. Stoddart,  Watchmaker    and    Jeweler,  sells goods���������at Eastern Prices and  br.s a nice stock to select from.  EVERYTHING in SOLID-GOLD  Ail purchan"- i-ngr v������d  ,... hee of charge ....  P.   STODDART,  Duksmuiu Avk.* Cumberland.  ::ii  Telephone Buginui*!  Kluu  Light'x .Snpi  MboIiuij,    Kngiii-'t 1  ���������Sui vi'yor  S ati'iii'y Hiii(iiit!ei  Civil K igiiifoi  Biiildintt Coiitmu'r.  Ardiitco'l Dra'mai  A-ohiti'<Jt  ������Striiot'l. Mnginoiii  Mrulgu KugliiKei  Koruiniin I'lumbi'i  Muting   Kiif-inaoi.  :       WILLIAMS BROS.       .  iLiverv Stablei  ���������   Tkampj'khh and Dkaymkn   ;  ;    .BlNOI-B  AND   DoiHtLK   HIGB     '.  I     F(1K   HlHB.      Al-1-   OKDKRB     ���������  ;    Phomptly   Attknded  to,   *  i Third St., Cumberland,B.C.  When in Cmnberland  STAY AT THE   VKMtOME.  W    AM. COSVI'.NIKKOIW   VOIl  QuiWTH,  Tlinll.llt IH Spi'|*l,||*ti WITH  Best Liquors aVid Oi^ars  R. S. KOKKsrSOK.  'CORRECT ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT.''  A Moniuly Magazine Dkvot**d to the  Uj-k of Enolisw.  Joski-'iin-* Truck B^keb, Editor.  Partial Contents for thia Month.  Course in English for the Bef-inner.  Course in English for the Advanced Pupil.  How to Increase One's Vocabulary.  The Art of CohversH'-'    . "     .  Should and Would:   How to Use them.  Pronunciations (Ce   u������y Dictionary)  Correct English iu ,,e dome.  Correct English in the Suhwl'.  What to Say aud What. Not to Say  Courae in Letter-Writing and Punctuation,  Alphabetic list of Abbreviations.  Business English for the Business Mai,  Unbound Word:   How to Write Them.  Studies in English Literature.  $1 a Year. Send 10c for sample copy  ('OKHECT ENGLISH. Evahstnn  III  TENDERS.  Be Mortgage Sale of Property  hereinafter mentioned  .TENDERS will be received by theunder-  signed  up to one o'clock p.m., Saturday,  lebrnary 1 th    1905   for the purcha.eol  the West half of North West quarter of  Section Ten.  and the West half   ot   the  feouthiW������t quarter of Section Seventeen,  Homby Island,  Nanaimo District, locally  known as "C.T. Mitchell's Place."  The undersigned does not bind himself to  accept any tender.  C.N. WESTWOOD, Mortgagee.  22 King's Road, Victoria, BC.  HIETI, DILLON, J.P.  NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,  REAL ESTATE INSURANCE AGENT,  COMMISSIONER SUPREME COURT BO  Rents received, debts collected,  iTarms valued,     Deeds registered.  Deeds,  Wills, Mining Papers, &c, drawn.  OFFICE'S,    CUMBERLAND, B.C  " Ici on Parle Praucais."  For CANDIES  NoviiLTiKb,  Pictures,  Frames and cleaning  o  f fn  ames.  D.   HUNDEN-  Cumberland  ooooo ooooooooooouor  I Livery [  8       AlsTD        g  O I am pre pared to  q furnish Stylish Kigs  O and do Teaming at  q     reasonable rates.  g D. KILPATRlCK  O CUMHEKLANI) Q  ������ o oooooooooooooooo  o  o  o  o  o  o  tFW'^ippEJ'.CO..  .    THE    ^l^tOLD ^^AsSf^KfeprHOUSE   BUYING  33sENOINEERINOdiS  Mining Journal  NOW IN ITS 391b YEAR  Tho loftitlni mining porlodtoiil of  tho worl<������, with tho ���������troninwt o-litorlal  Ntuff ot any tt-oluil-'t.! publlunlion.  niibacri-iUMll ^.IMI ft *-u<M -."���������'"���������  Inn U. H��������� tianmtlan, Moxtoaiti tM>HWK������)���������  H������m|>l������ e<>py ttvo, Uon<l for I*o"k  ('-iUlngiio.  f-nnLiCATfOM ornrir  108 Pttrt ������tr���������t, N������w York  -.'���������iV'-.,'  ��������� mm*; - i,  ?;lHid:ES SENW DEERSKINS.  WHIT E  I'ib'p \r>nl ci  rAND  mm i*;_  THE CUMBERLAND "NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  W. n. ANDEBSCN,    - -      MgE  The columns of The News are open to all  who Winn to expreaa therein views o * mat'  tern of public interest.  While we do nut hold ourselves re ��������� onsi-  hie for the utterances of correspondent, we  eierve the right of declining to inser**  ommunications unnecessarily personal.  ���������*>- -��������� -���������!.-.  II      ��������� ��������� ������������������ ,    ' ._,   |.       .1 I .,       I  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16 1905  Kspmait & Nanaimo Ry  s. s. "Oity of. Nanaimo.'  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling at  North Saanich  Cowichan Bay, Maple Bay and Croftbn  when freight oi passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Tuesday, e p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  "      Comox and way ports.  Leave*- Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  S'lils from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, cdling at Crofton, Maple  Bay, Cowichan Bay and North Saanich when freight or passengers offer  North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions permit.  ������<-' ^~mm  VANCOUVER-NANAIMO ROUTE  S.S.... "JOAN"  Sails from Nanaimo 7 a.m. daily except  Sundays;  ;_S.ail-*-.lVo|n V-tncouver alter arrival of C  l'.R. Ir.iiii rio, 1. UaTTTeTvljTr'SuTT^  days,, at 1 pin.       '  TIME TABLE' EFFECTIVE  APRIL  tilth,   1005.  VICTORIA TO WELLINGTON.  No, 2-Daily. No. 4-Riui' 11  a. n i- ��������� t.  Z>e,9Q0 ...Victoria.  ...... De 3.00  ���������������   9.28, .Coldstroam  ���������'   3 28  ���������' 10,2-1., Kouii({'H.   .  ... '���������   4.2-1  ���������' 11.00. Duuoau'i*,,,...    ������������������   5.00  P.M. I* M,  ���������- 12 35.. .Nanaimo  "   0 42  Ar 12.53,. WeiliUj-ten Ar. 0 5.'.  WBLU..UW V  TO VICTORIA.  No. 1���������Dail N>i 3���������Huudtt)  A.M, A.M.  De,   8.00 Wellington Do. 3 0<f  ���������l   8.20........Naiittiiiii������,...... ���������������������������' 3 15  1002... Pm.oiiu'  .. '*���������    5:0*i  ������������������ 10.42.     ICoenig*  "   5 30  " 11.38........ColiUir-oin  "   0.32  Ar 12,00 ..Victoria  Ar 7.00  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tn ���������  kets on sale, good ovet rati and glean-ei  lines, at two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excur  sions, and reduced rues for parties may  be arranged foi on application to the  Traffic Manager.  'Ihe Company reserves the right to  change without previous noiice,.siearners  sailing dates and hours of sailing,  Kxeubum Tickets on .Sale tnnii and to  all SiHt^, good lor going journey Sat-  iirda^aj^'������Suntlay, reiurning not later  titan Monday.  (iKO. L, COUKTNKV,  'ltejj[)p Manrt������er.  NOT^0������'i>'  RiilHrg on loeoinotlvca nnd   rail  way enrr of  tlie  Union  Colliiary  Company by any peruon  .tr ]#r  jwna*���������except train orow���������i* strictly  Mohlbitetl.    EmptoyeoB  are sub-  ywt to diBwtanitl for allowing satm-  By order  J^'rancv O  Lmi.h  Manager.  NOTICE.  NOTICK IS HBKKUV 0*VBrf tha ������P-  pllutflon will be made tm the teguhitive  AsMinhly of tha ?ntvlnot- nf> Britmh 43b)-  umbfc at it* na������t Milton, fuv an Aofc ������at<md<>  ing tha time for tha ooinmeiioomtnt o{ the  cnawtvustlnn ������l th* (���������'���������mpamy's Una ar nil-  way and for tha t apanditure thereon, of ten  fer ������writ of the ain-tunt of the oapital and  f��������� d using tht amount ol the -iipttak and per-  ���������nttting tha Company t������ a������ Mlruot tha rail.  ���������ay in ���������action-*.  UJU U������ 24ia Janaary, Wfc  KAftNAl^ 4 aUXlBRS,  St-Umtaia foi tba Ayplioanta.  (  Cumberland  Hotel  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET.  CUMBERLAND   B. C.  Mrs. J. H.'Piket, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland be sure  and stay at the Cumberland j  Hotel, First-Class Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and Public Hall  Run in Connection with Hotel  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  HENRY'S MS1RIES,  3010 Westminster Road  HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds, now in  sto-jk and tested as to vitality. Wholesale and retail. '  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees..  RHODODENDRONS, ROSES, GREEN  HOUSE AND HARDY PLANTS  for Spring Planting  ���������FERTILIZERS -  BEE   HIVES   and    SUPPLIES  Green house full of Plants, Cut Flowers  Floral Work. Catalogues free, or  call and examine stock.  EASTERN PRICES OR LESS.  M.J. HENRY.  VANCOUVER, B.C  a-aaaa-**-aaa������B--_----a--a________H_______M__ipa-M  _*b^:k::ej:r,s  DREAD. Canes and Pie** delivered daily to any pari of City.  TOM,stoiikof". Groyne*  E,  E  vv i"*r  -<���������  6  H  W  m  H  ft  COj  00  I  01  p  <  CO  CA  <  It  Lii  J  <  CO  o  CO  LU  1  5  >  o  3rd St,    OmMnii  EGOS FOR HATCHING.  From I'ure-blfind Stock.     Smi'le Comb  I' While   I.ft������horn   Wyckoflf strain -   the  ureatest lavers 111 An'wri \   I*', _ . ?'���������<"'  per 15,  A few *eIerterl(*Oi kerc-ll h*r *-ile  j" price  it-S*** each.    Api-������������. J<>'.���������������������  j-   1������-  Miller, Little River I'outirv Vards, Co  [���������rnnx.   Mailorders nttrrided lo.  HROWN   LEGHORN   BGI'.S   FOR  HATCH INC - l*Mt-������.������,inneiv~-$5  p*r  htrn-1n*-������l for incubitoM, 7|*rti. per set-  tinn - S J* DoifooN, Cuurtcnay.  Joiiviuu  llU  Wurahip.  The mn.voi-nl cliuir of a eertnio towx.  #rae oi-eiipit-d li.v a m-niIonian of jjioul  f*u*'roRi(.v. Airionp the ii|i-ilicaiits who  soi'.Kht rt'lii-f from him diiiiu*; his tenure  of ofliee wns n well known loenl el.nrao-  ter, who asked ltie loan of u few poiiuda  to buy a. donkey und cart and _et up in  the rag and bone business.  "Well, f im." said the mayor, "if 1 give  jrou this uiouoy how are you Koing to pay  me?'*  This was a poser for Tim. but a thought  ���������truck him, and he blurted out;  "Well, yer wort* hi p. if ye are kind  enough to give.nie the money I'll tell yer  what I'll do��������� I'll name the donkey afte?  rer worahip."���������Tit-Bits.  Coat of Hat-vr-ntlng- Wheat.  The expense of harrestinjj n thousand  aeros of wheat is not more than $G0C  This amount is exclusive, of course, ot  the planting. The plowing of a field costs  $1 per acre. If the wheat raiser \������  wealthy, he will purchase a stoum plow  and do the work of plowing himself, tlm  saving one of the biggest items of expense. To drill the wheat in the ground  costs 10 cents per acre, while seed costs  about 50 cents a bushel, three pecks being  used for each acre.  Union  Hotel  S-&.^flT7Bz-    C      IDJ5_.*VI3, T.PEOpa.iBTos  SJSJ . 4 X BUllT0N alway8 on tap 5 also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEkRv-Anheuser, Bohemian, Schlirz, &c. " OLD GREY BEARD "  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence-of Mas'  Davis, will be found First clasi iu every respeut.  RATES,  il 00 per day upwards.  ell's : BAKERY  A Fine Selection of CAKES  always   on  hand.  FBESH BREAD every day.  Orders for SPECIAL CAKES promptly attended to.  Bujisiuir Afenue,  Oumberlancl.  UNION BREWING Co,  NANAIMO, B.C  The yearly return of the Bock Beer season is   of interest to the  brewer ai-well as the public, and the  UNION BOGK BEER FOR 1904  Will again show that speoial care has been taken in tha manufacture of the superior  artirle.    The Union Brewiiif- Co. 's Bock has been brew-ted for a number of months  and stored in their; famoua cellars until it has reached the proper age, and ia now  ON DRAUGHT AT ALL HO I'ELS.  ���������  I  I  M&UmaWlM'mlMMMm  POINTERS  IN REGARD TO THE  NOR'-WEST  51  PUDIKHID ON THC ������TH ������HO JOTH OF CACH MONTH  Pointer No, J-II In a purely "-Ve.slt-ni Ciiridlni.- .\i:riciiHiirnl Tajmr for WMleni  Cttii.-iOhii /*��������� ini.*i������ n:.it MtckiiKU.  m  1  ���������  ���������  ���������  Pointer No. 2-U Ls lirg", ^ II primed, wAl t.  pv j*ivHs ve (mil fenrtem*.  Pointer No. 3���������Iu U".'i. h hvc B'.rlcily cnsli in i\ 'nu  wi.!l  ItliiKtrniwl,  rt'lluhk-,  r  , ii'ut U-" -"M'i-i- in proniiitly  i.i.-conil'tin il ������L '.-xpiialum u  ,,;n      ;      11. ��������� it - ���������".- ���������- i        'til,  Pointer No. 4���������"'"J N-n-'-\l.'i: t I'anni.T Is V.: u\.,} :i,,rir-,iliii.;,|  )ii|i. ;��������� prlliU'il in  C i.nda w st <->l" (,;k<: : upci'l ,r,  Pointer No. 8���������U lwi������ mere pu.i-1 in irlvum-e ni''scrIU<*rs lu Mimitotiii mnl Hie N.W.'l',  than I'lloi'u r l.ii'in |/;i|)i iHconil, in ;.  Pointer No. 8���������It*' ������'i "reHtioiw ami i.ifoiiiiiitioii ���������ie wwlli itiniij* dollttrH to em.-li  hiiIixc" b.M-,  Pointer No. 7���������"Morally it 1h nliove reprnnch,  From Now to December 31, 1005, (or $1.  Incluill >ittli*iimi.'iil"rciitii|KH(iitNiiiiii|  Niimln.-r mi I im- Im ii.e i' i ������j- | Ir it,  -rll8M>Hlll'r,V'llll>l>l|it,tlliJIII"ll'11111111**1  y.m wHIncvu-i.  Hiiln.ill'fliinH,  8,*iiii|'lu ci,|iy mil fion u|������iil i������"U������i������,  Anna-nia  THE NOR'-WEST FARMER, Limited,  P. O. Box iat0. WINNIPEG, MAN.  I  I  I  blrttifniihle in J'aokfttn nbo in hulk,      Tho bent Vftlun in the murkot.  LOCAL ACJRNT������-ritMnKHf..\vi**,-   -  CotWTK.MAY,     -    ���������  ��������� M������������cr������ NxiMKn &. Vxurmmv,.  ��������� M*-ehr. J. McPukk & Scvs.  THE HUDSON'S BAY CO.,  WbTKlUUTlKli AUKSTS, VICTORIA, B.C.  WaVeiiy H������tel  First-Class Accommodatioc  .. ..at Reasonable Bates ...  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  n)*  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-f-MSS  CANDY, FRT/ITH.  OICiARH.'-fc TOBACCOS.  \ t       WILLARD is prepared to  *     ���������    fill any Orders foi Fine or  Heavy Harness, at short notice.  WUAAKU BWCK,      Cumberland.  anaiui] Cigar Factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEST   ::   ON    ::   EARTH.  Maunfactured by  P. OABiE ft CO., NAHAIMO, 8.0  High Grade Stoves  and all Kitc&en Requirements  SPORTSMENS OOODS  ".'.  &.GK.\J0IU.. HARDWARE '  HOLY   TRINITY CHURCH  SERVICES.  Holy Communion every .Sunday at 8 pm,  ���������tirsi Sunday in the inonili, n am.,  ��������� Morning service, 11 a.m.; Sunday,  School, 2.30 p.m.; Evening service,  7 p.m.; Choir 1'ractice every Friday  at 7 30 p.m.  F, G. Chkistmas  l-astor  TRADE M/-RKO*  PtfitCN:*,  OOP-/RJOHIO Aft  111117  mm  My  'iita  vvriniuiild   <K  Anmnononrtln-; n nkntoi  'ml uniutriiiilim m  ���������irot-Hliljr imtoiitftnU*.   OninmiiiitiMitinni t-lrlial  ctiDlUluntlul, 0lil(wt aHHiior ...i-wwiirlniri-'it'Uil  In America.   W<i Imvo ������ Wn>-)<imtitm ufll<t>,  I'liiimtii tiikcn tiirouKh Aiunn dr Co. ruculra  80IENTIFI0 h^ERICAN,  baantlfiiljy illimtintod, Xntamt elroul-itlon of  anriwlBi'tlHc'journiil.wiii'kir, tnnn--W.no 11 ycarj  WI.A0 *ix iiHiutlu    ypMiii-.n c������-,|(.k mid lUifO  IluuK os l-A-n-NTf num. free. AUilrom  f/UNN   Hit   CO.,  {1***1 UWMt'VH   n������������������- V_rU.  A    GOOD    CUllE  I'D 'i in, i-Hi-ni.vu'''-'A Mi'; -)������m I-,.' t ���������',���������,'������������������ r-.t'-i-  ���������,(.|>'ri'irfrnrtiiiv*u-fiti*ttli������ iiinm<.iiiit)iltf������''(iu, ������^i.v..  t. ul ������.U:'Ji. ���������.'.���������.(,  .Utlee I'latola ^hotiiuna  ������l> 1, (l.oi,ul|"i[ 1 l.iti. 1'i.im.f.' im, r.  T. Ill lilt f. I'l VINS.M.i  nil ., I,,,,I,,., ,,1 l���������.  li.,y s.*>,������ t-  . Mi'i������li������.-a<i.iiiii' y���������"'<���������..-n* 1 ir:/.-irli(,'������t.i'lli*'" ���������������������������!<���������  i,,,.i.,ii wli������M-  ml ..-i,1!, ������l Iii,;,i.ln,i Ui I. ft,t,clUi|i������.'  iih.-l.ily liml'll.liii I.  F > n. Ii A R M 6  t ���������-. v r. \* s  ��������� ������, ... Iiv ft.1 ..-   ',,  ,: 11.,i;.*"*i':<r II .   ���������  .1, l������..,-.l.  l,-li������ .1,  I.*   >IJ 1,1   A )..\ 'I .  '��������� . 'II    , ,l|l   yt    .,11.  ��������� ������,|il \H ,i,.|,( >���������u I, ,'.' y-i.  t.     ,������i.y   tl'it   I..1.I'-  nur������-j ���������������������'!. u  1:' ,. .... ���������.':.'. i,������ l,.r V ������ni.!!������,!������-j ul !U',-Vn '.������. H  "IVi'Cis*.'- <'.A.ti t-f TOO/  K>       r. o ;������������������.���������.: u'������������������* HEMATIC PAINS  SJRtVEN OUT OF THE SYSTEM BY  DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS.  THE NEW NITRO CULTURE,  "My life was absolutely made mis-'  erahle by rheumatism, "says Mr. Geo.  W. Hilpert, of West River, Sheet Har-  hoT, N...S. "I am employed every  spring as a riven driver, and in conse-  n-oeace' am exposed to all sorts of  ���������weather and exposure in the cold water. A few years ago while engaged  at my work 1 was seized with tbe most  acute pains in my back and joints, I  ���������became almost a cripple and could  ���������scarcely move about. 1 had medical  aid, but it did not help me. Then I  fce-gan taking a remedy alleged to be  a cure for rheumatism and 1 used ten  dollars''worth, but derived absolutely  sao benefit. The constant suffering 1  ts-as in began to tell on my hitherto  ���������strong constitution and 1 became so  ttadly run down that I despaired of ever being in good health again. Then  a friend called my attention to Dr.  "Williams' Pink Pills, and although  somewhat sceptical 1 decided to try  fihem. I had only used a few boxes  wien I began to feel better, and after  ,'. had used something over a dozen  feoxes I was again in good health. Every twinge of the trouble had left me,  aatl although I have been subject to  nrvueh exposure since, 1 have not had  a twinge of the old pain. I can honestly say that Dr. Williams Pink Pills  "-cured me after other expensive treat-  Bneat had failed."  Jtlieumatism was rooted in Mr. Hil-  'B**5T-t's blood. The cold, and the wet  " 3"3(J the exposure only started the  pain going. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  enred because hey drove the poisonous uric acid out of the blood and fill-  <&d the veins with that new, rich blood  fefcat no disease can resist. These pills  -aetnally make new blood, and that Is  *arhy they cure common ailments like  ir2seamatism, sciatica, lumbago, anae-  ���������eala, indigestion, headaches and backaches, kidney and liver troubles such  ass neuralgia, St. Vitus dance and  ���������gmralysis. And it is this same way  "ifeat they cure the irregularities and  secret troubles of women and grow-  feg- girls. No other medicine c-Sh do  ���������silas, and ailing people will save money and speedily get good health by  taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills at  ffisnce. But you must get the genuine  with the full name, Dr. Williams' Pink  JSSls for Pale People, on he wrapper  atroimd each box. Sold by all medicine  ~^&fsrs-oT~seist'W~^^i^i^o^emts~s  hox or six boxes for $2.50, by writing  teo Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  raolle, Ont.  Remarkable Effects of Inoculation Upon Garden Peas,  The short vine (fourteen inches high)  was cut from the row of vines nof  treated with the culture. It wa* the  best vine among those untreated.  The tall vine (three feet high) was  cut from a row that was treated with  the culture of nitrogen gathering germs.  This sample fairly represents the  growth of all the rows thus treated..  The rows were four feet apart, and  the distance between the two plants  was about   seven feet.     If'"you- recall  "How is it business has so much Increased in your side show?" asked the  nam -with the main tent. "I started  S&e living skeleton smoking cigar  -sites,** replied .ae manager. "Well,  'ftfttt what is there in that to draw the  aisople?" "Why, you see, every moth-| the barn,  osr torings her boy in and points out  Wlq terrible example."  BEST ���������ffSriXOCULATED PEA VI.VH.  BUST IXOCULATKD MA. VI*B.  that the seed was the Dwarf Alaska,  the large vine will seem rather remarkable, I think. The nodules are particularly well worth observing.  On July 8 I made the first picking  from the plot On fifty-three untreated  vines, taken as they came, I found  102 pods; on fifty-three treated vines,  taken as they came In the next row, I  found 856 pods. The first picking well  nigh stripped the untreated row. The  treated vines yielded three mora pickings.  Vines first appeared above tho ground  on May 17, and they had reached a  height of from two to three inches on  June 1. Tbe plot was then of uniform  appearance as to the thrift of the vines.  On June 1,1 watered all the vines in the  plot except one row with a solution or  culture of those germs made according  to accompanying directions and raked  fine dry soil over tha ground thus  moistened. After th*t date all the rows  were "cultivated en'ongh to keep tho eur>  face soil fine and frea of weeda and  Crass and all treated alllta ia every  particular.  No fertilizer of any kind was applied  to any of the rows at any. time before  or after planting. The Quality of tha  soil is unlfarm .throughout the plot The  soil Itself could have had no influence  in producing the extraordinary difference In vine growth shown herewith.-���������  JohnR JSpears, Northwood, N* J, in  "Report~to^~trie~'UnitFd'~St2LteW  meat of Agriculture,  Admiral "Bob" Evans in a recent]  conversation with a group of officers*  threw a great whiie light upon one of  the methods at least by which the  Japanese have attained that splendid  adaptability to European and American ways. "When I commanded the  New York some years ago," he said,  "I had a Jap servant with whom I  was especially well pl'gased. He was  prompt, remarkably, quick to learn,  and took such a deep interest In everything that- sometimes, just to amuse  myself, I devoted not a little attention  to explaining things that he appeared  not to understand. A good waiter, too,  he was. .-ell, finally he dsappeared.  "Some time later, when on the European station, I made a call on a Jap  battleship lying in the harbor of Mar  sailles. The captain met us at the  gangway and escorted us to his cabin.  As we were seated he suddenly turn  ed, threw off his hat, and whipped a  napkin over his arm. "The captain  would drink?' he said in a tone I remembered. "'Kato!' I cried, jumping  to my feet. " 'The same,' he said,  bowing. 'Captain Kato of the Mikado's  navy.'"  TORPID LIVER INDIGESTION  The Most Common Ills of Life and How They  Are Cured By  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  A Tone for the Debilitated.���������Par-  melee's Vegetable Pills by acting mildly but thoroughly on the secretions of  the,body are a valuable tonic, stimulating the lagging organs to healthful  action and restoring them to full  vigor. They can be taken in graduated doses and so used that they can  be discontinued at any time without  return of th-\ailnients which they were  used to allayV  Slow passage of the food through  the intestines, where the most difficult part of indigestion takes place, is  the usual cause of indigestion.  As a result of this delay, the food  ferments and the digestive organs are  filled with gas, giving rise to such  symptoms as belching of wind, rising  of sour taste In the mouth, smothering  sensations in the chest, pains about  the heart, heart palptation, headache  and dizziness.  To overcome these distressing symptoms the liver must be awakened to  action by the use of such a medicine  as Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  Once the liver is active there is a  good flow of bile, which as nature's  own cathartic, quickens the pace of  the food through the intestines, removes tho foul impurities, and restores  good digestion and the regular action  of the bowels.  Stomach medicines are of no avail  In this, the most serious form of indigestion. Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills bring prompt   relief   and   cure  thoroughly because of their direct and  specific action on the ljver.  Mr. Duncan McPherson; Content,  Alta.' writes:���������"I was for many  years troubled with indigestion and  headache and derived no benefit fijom  the many remedies used. A friend advised me to try Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills and after taking four boxes the result is that I am once more in  the full enjoyment of good health." '  Mrs. J. C. Johnston, Carman, Man'.,  writes:���������"I have been a great sufferer ,  from kidney trouble, and have used  Dr. Chase's Kidney Liver. Pills with  very marked benefit, i cannot say too  much for this medicine, as \i seemed  to be the only treatment that suited  my case."  Because they positively cure the  most common and frequent; ills'* of  life Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pill arp  invaluable as a family medicine. One  pill a dose, 25 cents a box, at all dealers or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto. Portrait and signature of Dr. A.  W. Chase, the famous receipt book author, on every box.  li is good for Man and Beast.���������Not,1  miiy is Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil of;  iteroinparable value in the household,'  'JSMit the farmer and stockman will find  An Easy Soil Teat  Tha following shows how simple ft Is  to 46 aome things "when you know  how," A writer in Country Life In  America tells that an experiment atat*  tion official was going over a farm  with the owner when thoy came to a  cmwflshy piece of land just back of  The very weeds looked yellow and nnhealthfuL  "I am inclined to thrnk>" remarked  the agriculturist "that this land l������ too  acid for productivtyv "We can d*ter-  mlne this In a moment."  Taking a blue place of paper from his  pocket, ha stooped and dipped the paper into soma of the sotl water that  was standing In a cow traolt   To the  HE'S ONLY ONE  0UT0F SCORES  BUT DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS MADE  HIM A NEW MAN.  Richard Quirk Doctored for a Dozen  Years and Thought his Case Incurable ��������� Dodd's Kidney Pills  Cured  him.  Fortune Harbor, Nfld., June 12.���������  (Special).���������Scores of people in this  neighborhood are living proofs that  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure all Kidney  ailments from Backache to Bright's  Disease. Among the most remarkable  cures is that of Mr. Richard Quirk,  and he gves the story of it to thejmb-  M very serviceable in the farm yard  atm? on tho cattle range, often saving! owner's astonishment tha blue paper  ttSi������ -services of a veterinary surgeon.  .3b injuries to stock and in cases of  tmngh and pains it can be used with  jgwid effect.  i(n eccentric farmer near Highland,  IKkb., was married tho other night.  "Mo you," said the preacher, "take  ftftSs* woman to bo your wooded, wife,  "ko fovo and to cherish in sickness and  to**! Mi, for bell or, I'or worse, for rich  ot for poor, until dentil do you part'.'"  Toeio was nn awkward pause. Then  uu> lu.Mfgi'ooiii finally replied:  "Thfltu's tlio calculations."  ISO SPECIALISTS ON THE OASE.-tn tho  'i-Kl-mry rim of ntrilli-nl inm-lli'ii n urnntor numlior  ilW.a tl������U lliivu li-ciili-rl niiin* of rlirnnlu <1>-hiio'>mIu nnd  iJii.r������ fallnl tu i-iii'h-hut Dr, Von Hl/m'������ l'|ji('ii|i|)lo  'JVX'IIWs IflO in 11 lux nt :'" rent* eOHti llnvo inildu UlO  wi-j������, Klvlnu nlicf In mm iluy. Tlmim lit t lu "upo.  i'i.'.lito"  liuvn priii 1,n t'lu.lr mil  merit.���������72  changed to a red color as soon as it  was Immersed.  "There," said the agriculturist, -"we  have our proof. This is Just a piece of  litmus paper. For 5 cents you can buy  a similar piece at any drug utoro, Its  change of color shows that the land is  sour. Crops cannot thrive on sour land  any more than children can thrive on  sour milk."  lie as follows  "I suffered for over twenty years  from Lumbago and Kidney Disease,  and at intervals was totally unable to  work. After! ten or twelve years of  doctors' treatment, I had made up my  mind that my complaint was Incurable. Reading of cures by Dodd's Kidney Pills tempted me to try them. I  did so with little faith, but to my  great surprise I had not taken more  than half a box before I felt relief,  and after the use of seven or eight  boxes, I was fully cured and a new  man.  "Yes, Dodd's Kidney Pills cured my  Lumbago and Kidney Disease, and the  best of it is I have stayed oured."  iP  sf'S   ' '  *-*-"-*5  S5k  .BPtQ^^O^RP  GOLD STANDARD TEA  GUARANTEED   THE   BEST.  Ask your grocer for a pound of the Red Label.   If. it pleases you it will cost  you 40 cents.    If it does not he has our instructions to refund   your mone**.  If your dealer does hot handle Gold Standard Teas, send   us his name and  address and we will mall you a free sample; packed by =  CODVILLE & CO., Winnipeg.  "The colonel takes a little canter every morning after breakfast." "Yes,  and a little decanter every evening after dinner." ,  "It's bad enough for you to come  home intoxicated," said Mrs. Lusch-  man, "but why so late?" "Vvell, you  shoe, m' dear, my frien's foolishly  shent mo home by meshenger boy."  "Aro you a I'nvelwnorV" iiskotl tho  'Ji.ty at. th<- door. "I ho, muni," ro-  Ii'.m'i thu Irani]). "Mow long havo you  inuri (n   i.IiIh   coiiiiii'y'.'"   "()'   t'lrty  :������v,*r������, muni. I'lilriy   yi'itrs!   And  >.mi\'l fnll< nny hotter <..itn you do?"  "������������������SVr-ll, I hain't Iind n chniu'**, mum,  "SV-r seo, I've Intel a ull'o nearly nil tlio(  ttaio, mum!"  .'l^nt���������l camo In do]Ivor your book  "ws '"How to I'lay the Hatio." Lady���������  lint 1 didn't order any mich book.  Ai-ont (consulting Ills nlte-book)-���������  .H.wo you a noxt-donr neighbor named  Ji/non?   Lady Ye;r,    Is It   for   hor?  Ar."<>nt���������No, Blio ordered It for you.  I)OI>|)S  :<-/, PILLS  Sowing the Hardier Vegetable*.  If tha weather is normal and tha  ground can bo fitted, almost all vegetables of tha hardier sort���������such as cabbages, beots, celery, lettuce, peas, pars*  nips, aplnach, radishes, turnips, potatoes, onions and parsley���������may be sown  by tho middle of April in the garden.  Aborting Ewes,  Bad hay, spoiled hay, moldy hay���������  theso are the most common causes of  abortion among ewoa ut this time of  the year. Immcdlato change to louad  food will atop tha trouble*,  A Veteran and a Hera,  William Stonehousi*, of St Cathar-  lnon, Ont, who Is about 70 yearn of  Pgo, was recently presented with a  medal by tho Royal Canadian Humana  Socloty for promptnoHa nnd courniro  dlHpiayod on tho night of November  8rd last, In rescuing Charles ClirlHtmaa  from drowning In tho Welland Canal  at Allanburg. Mr, Stonehouso was employed on a Government scow, and  happenod to boo Christmas fall overboard from the stonmsr Parent. Without a moment's hesitation, tho old gentleman Jumped Into tho water, and  succeeded In Raving tho drowning man.  It was a night of pitch darkness, and  Mr. StonohJUHo took hia Ufa tn hia  handi *"rif"ft Vi*> fi***'1!'*' M������ j*,#rH**ni������ Inap  Into tha ice-cold wator. Mr. Stone-  house Is a veteran of '66 and la ���������  highly-esteemed citizen of St,  arincj.  "Mary." said Mr. Mlgglesworth,  "we've simply got to cut down. We're  living away beyond our means. Wny,  my lncomo Isn't half as much as our  expenditures." "Dear mo," replied his  wife, "that's funny, isn't It? But ns  long as Ave can spend twice ns much  as you get, nucl not have to borrow,  what's tho uso changing?"  20 YEARS  OF VILE CATARRH.-Clas. 0.  Brown, Journalist, of Dnluth, Minn., writes:" I have  been a sufferer from Throat and Nasal Catarrh for  over SO years, during which time my head has been  stopped up and my condition truly miserable. Within IS minutes after uslns Dr, Agnow'a Catarrhal Powder I obtained relief. Three bottles havo almost, if  not entirely, cured me." 60c.���������73  ting a bottle of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial, the medicine that  never fails to effect a cure. Those  who have used it say it acts promptly.  .and-*^or-oughly-subdues_tJie_paiii_an(l_,  disease. ;  "Why, Mrs. Mussel, says the neighbor who has dropped over for a moment, I see your husband has hired a  man to dig the garden. He is such an  advocate of exercise that I should  think he would do the work himself."  "He would," explains Airs. Mussel,  "but by the time tie goes through his  physical culture exercises in the  morning he is too tired to do any other work."  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT.  Removes all hard, soft or calloused  lumps and blemishes from horses, blood  spavin, curbs, splints, ringbone, Sweeney, stifles, sprains, sore and swollen  throat, coughs, etc. Save $50 by the  uso of one bottle. Warranted the most  wonderful Blemish Curo ever known.  Is there anything more ., annoying  than having your corn stepped upon?  Is there anything more delightful than  gettng rid of it? Holloway's Corn  Cure will do it. Try it and be convinced.  Use Lever's Dry Soap (a powder) to  wash woolens and flannels,���������you'll'like  it.          ' 32  The Wife���������Doctor, can you do anything for my nusband? The Doctor���������  What is the matter? Worrying about  money." "Oh. I can relieve him of  that, all right."  Mlnard's Liniment Used by Physicians  Mary Ann Rellly and Patrick Rollly  of County Cork woro a devoted couple. Mary, dying, pledged her husband to havo tho following carved on  her tombstone! "Her lies Mary Ann  Rollly, a good wife, waiting for her  Husband." Twonty-tmo years, lutur  Patrick, being himself about to die, ordered that tho following addition bo  cut upon tho stono: "Horo is Patrick  at last," Pat's gracoless son was not  HiitlHliod. Ho had long yearned for  his lndoiitunco. Ho had carved Ho-  low thu two previous Inscriptions  this:   "Lata as usual."  A MOTHER'S PRAISE  Tha Audttnoa Tittered,  lhla aiory ia luiU oi m nicv uid retti-  dent of Toronto who lost week addressed A cIohh of young women at an educational Institution, and who advised  them to go in for the active life. "Oo  out and do i"om-*ithlng, bo something,"  he exolaimr-d; "become flahera of men."  and ho w.ttderul why the audlanu* Uttered.  A Poaitive Proof,  you  aure   that   Percy Dally  In evory part of Canada you will find  mothers who speak In tho highest  pralso of Baby's Own Tablets, Among  theso Is Mrs. Jas, H, Konklo, Beams-  vlllo, Ontnri.o" who says:���������"I havo  used Baby's Own Tablets for over  three yeura nnd 1 would not bo with  out them. They havo dono moro for  uti vimmvu iuuu uuy u-vdi<.iuu i 1-atu  c-vfj- ui-n*.   My little girl, now   four  catti?!ycnra ������-*" wna a-wa-yfl troublod with  'indigestion nnd constipation, and although othor medicines bolped hor  temporarily, Baby's Own Tablots wore  lt.hr* ttilnf tinoflod to euro hnr. I nlmrt  ���������javftj^o Tablots to my baby from  tlmo to lime since she was two days  old, nnd thoy alwayB worked llko a  3barm, Sho Is now two yearn old and  1 moro healthy child would bo hard  to And. Tho Tablets aro certainly a  llfp-i-mvor." Th-iso Tablet's ouro nil  minor ailments of children. Thoy con*  tnln nn pnlnnnlnff ftoothlrtK stuff, nnd  thoro Is no* dangor of giving an over-  dosa as thoro li with liquid medicine,  3o-a by all druggists or sent by malt  Ordinary black Ink has Just been  discovered to be ti sovereign remedy  for scalds. It bids fair to become a  cure-all, as It has long been known  bo.- as a powerful Irritant, a llrst-  class sedative for tho removal of  freckles from reputations, while as a  boosting tonic it stands unrivaled.  Vory many persons dlo annually  from cholera nnd kindred summer  complaints, who might have been  saved If proper rontedlos had boon  used.   If attacked do not delay lit get-  DR. F. W.E. BURNHAM  SURGEON  373 Broadway, Winnipeg.  Specialist in Surgical Di>  seases and Gynecology.  ____��������� ������____���������____. * tlnble't Fit eiiM for T*p!!<*|)ir nnil  ..^���������T^tT* WndMo������ff������otlonil������thnonly������uci!oii������fol  ������������������   H   ���������   "*|___ r-iiiimly, ami Is uow \im\ liy tlm bust  __���������   ���������   ���������   -T*al phyilcUui ftiid )iii-)>ltul- In Huron.  ���������      ���������   ���������   *9_r nnd  Amer-in.    It li ooinl'leiitl.lly  m nii-nimn-'iiasil to tli������ ������nuctuil. H you  sulTcr from  Epllepty, Flta, St. Vitus' Danoo,  Brim re onllilrmnrrnUtlviii tlmt, ilo 10, or know a frlsiul thnt  ll UllllotMl, TURN RKNII KUH A 1'lir.R TlllAI. lluTTU UUdtry  it. It will tit imit t>r mull  preps!'. It Mi eurnl  wIiits sTsr-nblii. sUsUiu  ( Wl'il,  Wlion writing muntlnn  till! |>M"ri imkI ft1"1 t'Hi  tUdrrm,  I'or snlo lir fill ilruj-irliti,  I      Tht LlebigCo,. 179 King St. W., Toronto.  It a ritr.ii tiuai. HUTO.R una try  CURED  ���������Am  "���������SposttRo. Why. at tht dinner iMtlf'" ������-*nts a box by writing the Dr,  night ho offered to dlvtdo his Uut dya-! ^���������������������������lauu������' MoUlcIuo Co., DrockvUlo  dads!* tablet with ma." ������yttt    ~--���������������  The Electrical Flour Patents Co.  PAID UP CAPITAL $260,000  Incorporated   Undor   tho  Laws   of   tho  Domlnloii  of  Oanada  Owners of ������������������  AL80P PATENTS  BRADLEY & LOVEJOY PATENT8  WERNER PATENT8  ANDREWS FATC.NTS  MeOOUGALi. HAItNTtt  For the Dominion of Cansdi.  Having purchased all the valid basic patents for  the Electrical Purification ot Fiour, we hereby advise  that any unauthorized users of the electrical flour  purifying processes in Canada, will be prosecuted,  Application for the rights to use the process for the  purification of flour by electricity should be addressed to  ma BLBCTR1CAL  FLOUR PATENTS CO.  18 Youvltle Pisco, Montreal. V23BSZ2SGA  .WORLD  MISS HELEN A. KNOWLTON.  r  She Ia the Only Woman Lawyer In  tbe State of Maine.  One of the most remarkable young  women in Maine is Miss Helen A.  Knowlton of Rowland, who was born  tn that city on April 1, 1874, and who  has the distinction of being the only fe-  male lawyer in the state. Admitted to  the Knox county bar In 1899 after special legislation had granted that privilege to her sex, she has acquitted herself well In the practice of law.  Miss Knowlton is not a woman suffragist. She has selected a profession  Which is perhaps closer than any other  ders in the matter of climbing stairs.  One cannot twist or bend over or do  any of the other hideous things women  usually do upon a flight of stairs���������with  a basket of eggs upon her head.  These rules are the best of a new  system of beauty culture which has  become popular of late.  The Cobbler  And Societu  For the Pantry.  Every good housekeeper takes par-  donnble pride in her neatly arranged  kitchen, storeroom and pantries. For  such, labeled jars or glass cans and  wide mouthed bottles whose contents  are easily noted havo almost entirely  supplanted tho old time paper bags  aud boxes whose contents have such  an unfortunate habit of sifting out at  inopportune times or else defying  identification until much valuable time  has been wasted. Now comes a new  contrivance made in three different  sizes of heavy glass, with cone shaped  tops and sliding valves, so that food,  such as coffee, salt, Indian meal, tapioca, etc., can be drawn off the same as  water from a faucet when the jar is Inverted. Wall or shelf brackets coma  wit*-, ���������*--������������ lorn no that tbo holder** mav  De attached to the woodwork m tne  kitchen or fastened under the shelves  in the pantry. They are put up Inverted, so that all the housekeeper has to  do is to hold the sugar bowl or measuring cup under, turn the knob and the  food runs out.  I HU Old Friend Mr. Dinkman Advises  Him to Get Into It For  Business' Sake.  S  OME day vhen I don't haf no cobbling to do und belief I shall  bring up In der poorhouse my  old frend  Dinkman comes in  und says:  "Hans, I tell you vhat vhas der matter. You don't make society enough.  Society means peesness. Der more society der more peesness. If you entertain society in der eavenings society  brings you shoes to mend by daylight."  "But how can I be society?" I says.  "Shust ash easy ash grease. Do you  know vhat some phonographs vhas?'!  "Seems to me I hear aboud her, but I  dunno. Does she safe 10 per cent in  fuel?"  "No, no. She vhas some machine like  a corn sheller. You speak into der hop-  Miss HEX-EN A. KNOWLTON.  to politics, but she has very firm ideas  as to the part women should play in  affairs of state.  "If men cannot properly govern the  people, what can they do?",she asks.  "There is other work which cannot be.  performed by men that women must  do."  Thus far In the practice of law Miss  Knowlton has shown that she Is not an  attorney In name onjy. It had been her  intention when admitted to devote her-  Belf principally to probate matters, but  ber sphere soon broadened into general  court practice.  i Miss Knowlton has an aversion to  criminal cases, although she would not  ���������brink from fulfilling the obligations  Imposed upon her when she took the  oath of a lawyer.  "I would not undertake to defend a  criminal knowing him to be guilty,"  she said. "If I were not positive of tbe  guilt I should consider it my duty to  defend the client to tbe best of my  ability."  Miss Knowlton occupies a high position in social circles and Is accounted  one of tho most brilliant members of  tbo leading woman's club In Rockland.  ���������Boston Globe.  Cnltnary Secrets*  Many a good roust is sacrificed and  many a nutritive and palatable steal:  Is wasted from want of skill in its  preparation,  i A variety of nice dlsbos may bo made  from vory ordinary materials with a  llttlo Ingenuity and no groat expenditure, which may vary most agreeably  tbo menu for tbo wook.  i It Is vory necessary to proportion the  quantity of wator to tbe amount ot  meat In soup ranking. A scant quart  of wator to a pound of meat is a good  rule, and for a rich soup still loss wator may bo used.  * If possiblo, soup should bo prepared  entirely from fresh lean meat, or If  a loftovor from a roast In used a good  ���������leod ploco of raw moat should bo usod  with it.  i Cold bam Ii somotimos usod for  wlilto soups,  Long, slow and steady boiling Is a  necessity, and It should bo so regulated tbat tbo soup pot will not ro������  qulro replenishing. If additional wator  Is addod soo that it Is boiling bot or  tbo soup will be spoiled. Remember,  If meat la bollod too fast it toughens  and will not exudo Its juloo.  Ttlasliroom- an Gratin.  Cut the stems from a half pound of  mushrooms and put them aside to use  in a stew or soup. Wash the mushrooms, after stemming them, in cold  water to free them from dust, strip the  skin from them, cut them in quarters  and lay them in an earthen baking  dish. "When all the mushrooms are in  pour over them enough rich cream to  just come up to their level, put in a  few pats of butter, season well with  salt and freshly ground black pepper,  cover the whole with fine breadcrumbs, then sift over the top a little  grated Parmesan cheese. Stand the  dish in rather a quick oven and let tho  mushrooms bake till a rich brown over  the surface. Then serve as an accompaniment to broiled chicken ox Just  as an entree for dinner.  Kitchen Glove*.  ^_Be^yery^_car,eful���������abo.ut���������the_range..  Many burns are entirely unnecessary.  Make a practice of working as much  as you can in a pair of old gloves when  you are at the stove. Let the gloves  be met by a pair of washable oversleeves, so that there is no bare arm  or hand to be spattered by frying lard.  Don't be absentminded enough to lift  a hot pan without a cloth in your hand.  Don't handle things in a clumsy or  hurried manner and thus invite burns.  The same should be borne in mind  when you are handling a knlfo. A little deftness, a little calmness, and you  avoid tbe cut tbat flurry would have  caused.  Improving the Face,  A face cream at night and a soft  bathing every day In water made  milky with tincture of benzoin will improve tbe worst complexions, Benzoin  tends to draw tbe mouths of those  wretched little pores together and Is  altogether harmless. Hundreds of women use just thoso simple remedies patiently, habitually, and are perfectly  satisfied with tbo result. If you are addicted to warm watov uso tho benzoin  face bath warm, but a cold dasb after  the usual morning face bath will give  color and brightness to the skin.  "l SHOW Y0TJ HOW SEE WOKKS."  per, und your woice comes back to you.  I haf^one at my house, und if y.ouvhjll  To Clean tlie Hands*  To clean much soiled bands do not go  to work roughly with brush and soda  water, but loosen tbo dirt by rubbing  tho bands well with sweet oil or even  lard or dripping. Then wipe off tho  grease as much as possiblo wltb a ploco  of soft papor or old rag and wash the  bands with warm water and soap.  Thoy will soon bo cloan whon treated  thus and without damaging tho skin.  For varnish stains uso methylated spirit boforo applying soup and water.  flow to Acquire Pale*  YVd yevi ever try V..: Utile  uelenee trick of wiill-ln**- nlorijr with nrt  Imaginary star upon your chest and nn  Imaginary basket of oggs upon your  bond', I know of no bottor way to ac-  qulro porfoct poso than this.   Simply  f n tv>v  vlwjf  ���������tin   f>fn t������   ���������������>������*������������������ '>���������������   O. a   r> ���������**.������������������ > */���������. ������������������*   > 0  your chest Is a real, scintillating thing,  and you will find yourself carrying  your shoulders llko a military man  bont upon exhibiting bis gold buttons.  !Thoy say that a desire to display bis  gold buttons, after all, has moro to do  with tho West faint cadet'* perfect  ���������r-nrrlncft tban any othr-r ono tblmr  non.e-_.ado Dozea,  Covorlng boxos with chlnta and  French cottons Is tbe fancy work of  tho day. Tho smooth surfacod box Is  bought from tbo factory and covorod  with stitches and gluo. Somo people  prefer starch paste to any other method, Tho dainty woman lias anywhere  from two to twolvo of thoso In hor living room. Thoy bold everything��������� veils,  gloves, ribbons, visiting cards, Invitations, amateur photographs and manicure implomont*.  Violet Toilet Vlacitar,  Nothing is moro essential oo tho  toilet table than a good tollot vinegar,  and an excellent one of violot consists  of two ounces of extract of wvMla,  ... v._,������U.J V*  uu wuuwv Wi  U-lvu   w������-  parade, ono and a half ounces tincture  of orris root and ono and threo-elghths  ounccs triple esseneo ot rose and one-  half pint of white wino vlnegae,  Why Mnrrlaara Deellne-a,  I do not think tbo state of matrimony  Is bold In such hlirh wtwm na It wns.  When you ore about to nit down re-   Women nro making then-solves too  member that you still carry that bos  kot of eggs upon your bead, and you  ���������wltl find yountvlf sinking gently and  irrnrefally Into yonr chair tnMc.id of  ���������f-ftnt Imneblmr Into It The- wirm* Wtl*  LU uf mental arlonr-o will work won-  cheap. They will go anywhere with their  male acquaintances, and, as a rule,  girls who associate Intimately with a  variety of moo do not become tbe  wives of any of tbo������# moo,���������Helen  Mathers In Lamo.  gff. a leetle party I vhill bring her oop  und we shall haf more fun ash seven  goats und a monkey. You can inwite  ten peoples, nnd dot vhill be society.  Go und speak to your wife aboud her."  I talk mlt my "wife for half an hour,  und she says it vhas all right After  washing und ironing all day und minding der dog und der baby she likes society In der eavenings. Dot pleases Mr.  Dinkman, und dev next night he vhas  on hand mlt his wife und phonograph,  und I haf eight more peoples. After we  haf some beer und lec cream und speak  a leetle politics Mr. Dinkman stands  oop und says:  "Ladles und shentlemen, dls party  vhas glfen by Hans und his wife to be  : in society und haf more shoes to cobble. She vhas a phonograph party, und  vhen she vhas oafer Hans vhill surely  be In der swim."  Dot makes mo und my wife und  eaferybody else feel good, und Mr.  Dinkman stands out some more llko a  leotlo mans und explains dot machine.  It vhas one of der greatest things on  earth. She vhas bigger dan Napoleon  or Christopher Columbus. If der Spanish haf dot machine at Manila, Dewey  vhas gone In two minutes, If Blanco  haf him at Havana, we shall not take  Cuba in ono hoonered years. Dinkman  makes It all so nice dot if ho asks me  to iqnd bim two dollar till next week  I shall cheerfully do so. Vhen be doan't  speak any more be says:  "Wo shall now listen to dot song of  'Der Sweot By and By' ash sung by  my friend Hans* a few days ago, I  llko to haf eaferbody keep still und  shed somo tears,"  Ho stands back, und dor macliino  goos off, and In ten seconds my hair  stands oop, Dot wolco vhas shust llko  my wolco, though It sings somo songs  I noffor hoard. It vhas all about how  I mot some young wotnans by dor  moonlight und dor elder mill und how  my heart vhas break Ing If sbo doan't  fly avbay mlt mo, Und vhen dot song  ends oop It makes mo say dot my old  womans vhas cross eyed and red beaded und I like her to full down a woll,  Eaferbody looks at me und can't mako  bim out, und dor old womans snyg sho  vhill soo mo later about dot moonlight  peesness. I tries to stop Mr. Dinkman  by1 winking und slinking my head, but  ho goos ahead shust der same und  ������uy������;  "lYe ahull u^tw l^U-u to auovlder  song by dot sumo fk-rman cobblor  whoso wolco you nil know so well und  who vbns llko somo nightingale Sho  vhas a song culled -Doso narbor  i-muta Vims Liurniii-j,' unii if anybody  vhas crying vhen she vhas finished it  vhas all right und a grout compliment  to our frend.  Now listen."  Dot machine goon again, nnd dot  song vbns all about an old sport who  put hi* last dcillar on ti Kiir.u* of poker  nnd though be liHd throe ������wi bo vbas  bluffed out !>> u uniit* i...l������������..!.) ������i \n\\t of  ten spots. Enferybody turn* und looks  at mo again, nnd my wife vbns crying und says It vha.** better If I Iinng  myself In der wood shed. I can't soo  bow be vbas, und I wave my band at  Dtuku.uu to t������U*i* U-r, but U only  smiies una says:  "Maybe dot singing vhas enough  for one eavenings, ash it seems to haf  made eaferbody werry sad und tearful. I shall now let dot phonograph  speak to you, und you vhill recognize  der well known woice of our friend  who likes to get into society und cut  a dash.   Hear vot he says."  Und dot speaking almost knocks me  out.    Dot machine yells und whoops  und   swears   like   some   pirates.     It  makes me call names on myself; It  makes me swear on my old womans  and der preacher, unci it makes me  ������������������uv dot my good frend Carl Schmidt  vhas a gay old sport, a masher uud a  bilker; it makes mc pitch into Peter  Littlefield  und call him  a thief;  it  makes me say dot Henry Klienfeldt  stole cows; it yells ondt dot all womans vhas gossips und liars und dot all  men ought to be in state prison.  I feel dot I like to be a t'ousand  miles avhay und hit Diukman mit a  club. But der baddest vhas still to  come. Der machine winds oop by  saying dot Sing Sing vhas my home  und dot I don't care for nobody nor  nottings so long ash I can get all der  whisky  I  like to drink.-   1  vhas  so  mad I like to go oafer und kick it all  to pieces, DUt my old friend Schmidt  steps oop to me und says:  "Hans,  you   vhill   sit  down   some  more und keep a leetle strll.   If you  vhas some villains in disguise, und it  seems like you vhas, it vhas time der  pooblic knows about her.   1 haf known  you feefteen year, uud  I  belief you  vhas a sober, hardworking mans, but  it seems I vhas deceived.   I like to go  out und get a policeinans and haf you  ' sent to shail."     ,  Und den Dinkman puts in und says  he hears me speak a poem into dot  machine at 12 o'clock at night, vhen  I should be home und in bed mit my  wife. Dot poem vhas called "BihgeD  on der Rhine," und he says I haf tears  in my eyes ash I speak him. He likes  eaferbody to listen vhile dot machine  goes ahead. Maybe I vhas hot sooch  a bad mans dot I cannot be reformed.  Vhell, dot machine goes along, und  I tell you I vhas like fainting avbay  in my chair. ; It vhas sooch awful language dot eaferbody turns pale und  stands oop, und vhen I calls out to  stop her Carl Schmidt stands oop und  wafes his hand to me und says:  __^Cobbler,~I���������demand���������dot���������you-keep  quiet.   Now dot I see vhat a villains  v)  Humor and Philosophy  By DUNCAN M. SMITH  1  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  A baby in the house is apt to be  screaming delight.  Usually a pointed question is one  that points in the  wrong direction.  It Is curious  how much more  quickly a foolish  Idea will spread  than a sensible  one.  ******  Some men, when their wives are .extremely frigid, immediately suspect  that they themselves will soon be Im  hot water.  Some people are so proud of having  a secret to keep that they go around  boasting about it to every one the*}*  know.  Some women's idea of sympathy aM  a good time is helping another wotnam  cry. '���������  Some people are so cheerful and hap*-  py that they put the professional trots-  ble makers out of business.  It seems as if it would be lots of  fun to be a fool if one only knew that  one was a fool and could take advantage of It  Dead men tell no tales. Neither d������  live ones, for that matter, either. <  Nobody is quite so important as th������  man who Is bringing home his first bottle of soothing sirup.   *  you vhas I wonder dot you don't cut  your wife's throat some night; Keep  it oop, Mr. Dinkman. Let us know der  worst about dls mans."  Und Dinkman vhas so tickled dot he  can't stand still. Dot phonograph makes  me sing und swear some more, und It  makes fun of all my friends und says  I shall run avhay from my wife next  week. It sings und swears und whoops  und yells, und by and by it calls out to  all der peoples in a loud voice:  "Hello, you crowd of Dutch duffers!  How you vbas? I like to see how  you would all look in some dime museums!"  Mit dot eaferybody shuraps oop to  go avhay, und my old womans falls  down und wants to die right off. My  friend Dinkman likes to go avhay rait  der rest, but I catch him by her neck  und say:  "My frend, I vhill now speak some  more into dot phonograph. Sho vhns  a wonderful machine. You vhas a  shoker, und dot machine vbas a shoker,  Ha, ha, ha!"  "How you mean?" nays Dinkman.  "I mean dot I vhas somo shoker, too,  nnd I now glf you nnodder song. She  vhas called 'How Dinkman Goes Outdoors,' und I show you how sho  works.''  Und I tako dot shoker by hor neck  again und slam bim around und bang  him oop till ho yells for mercy und  says he vhas sorry und vhill noffor bo  funny again.  Ho tolls all dor peoples dot It vhas  only somo shokos, but nobody bol loves  bim, und dot night my wlfo vbns fainting avhay most all dor time. It vhas  awful bad for mo, I doan't get Into  Homo society, und I doan't haf somo  shoos to mend next day, und Carl  Schmidt says I lose tny reputation und  bring up in stato prison for dor rost of  my days, M, QUAD,  Never criticise a woman's singing tut  a stranger.   You may be speaking t������  ber husband.  ��������� ������������������ ',  When a man hasn't anything to eat  for a long time he naturally swallowa  his pride.  Back to the WilcJwooi  Tha sweet bird calla  Fall on tho ear,  And Bprlng enthralls  The gladsome year.  ..w*$*i  * ���������:���������������  i*  ������������������i'l  t.  Out from the blue  A longing' thrills  And whispers to  The happy hills.  The hills reply  With tender sheen,   /;'  And foreBts fly :*tt  Their banners green.  In secret nooka  Anemones  "With modest looka  Nod to tho Di-eeia,  Mantnl Effort,  "It Is stated," wo obsorvo to tho bald-  headed mnn, "thnt tho hair of mental  workers falls out sooner than that of  mon in other lines of endeavor.   Is  your profession ono of groat mental   purposo of squaring bis bill."  "Wftke-'rol/ln bold  Smllos to his queea  IWIth heart of gold  In doep ravine.        t  i  Tho wlldwoods call  My bouI, and I���������  'A wllllnjr thrall-     '  Mako swift reply,  ft ���������  'i ���������  A  1  .-.������,���������  1  i  She Knew Him, " ~������::>**  '-Horrlblo mistake Jobson made, n������  wroto a burning declaration of lovo ta  tlio girl that ho adores and then la*  closed It in an envelopo that he bad addressed to his laundress in which hn  had intended to send a noto standlug  hor oft for another month."  "How is ho going to got out of Itt  I presumo sho accepted him by the  next mall."  "No; tbat Is tho humiliating part  Sho denounced hi in as a cheap lonfco  attoinptlng to marry hor for tho sols  effort?'  "It cortalnly Is," ho replies. "I compose the glowing advertisements of  hair tonlcs."--.IU(la'o.  Tht-re'a ilie Han.  Dromer���������If I could only acquire a  nlcii jilh; of money I wouldn't do a  thing but travol,  Rkeiner���������Ye**, but mnvbe thr- fiollee  wouldn't do a thing but stop you.���������  Catholic Standard and Times.  Don't speak with all tbe muscles of  the face. It Is very charming nnd enp-  tlvutlng to bo deeply, deadly In car-  neat, but fnclnl jrrlmnee-* form cre.i������������"������  which in time become wrinkles.  Form a habit of throwing off before  going to bed at night all the car��������� nnd  nnxlctlca of the day: everything wWrh  can possibly cans* roenfnf wear and  fear or deprive you of rest.  A Hilarious Time.  Different pooplo havo different Ideas  few would ennftlder It nn ���������w<<o|'M*, nf  unmixed happiness If they had a time*  IIIco the ono described by tho woman,  who In telling of a visit to a friend  whom sho had not soon for yearn said:  "T tirnl the tiet-t tl������������n of *������������������'- ':.'���������.    V,*������*  ���������at aud cried all day."  The Difference,  When plant jro wrowr wo enII It tuck   "  And swear tho fut���������n 5ia\*o cut un <1 >u������3|  When they go rlaht wo cull It pluck  And char������������ U u <,,.i ',i_^ii.i������4 i,e���������4  Poor M-nl  "I understand Jenkn Is completely,  under the domination of his wife."  "Yos; lio Is tho moat downtrodden  man I ever taw. She even make* hint,  lie down In a ditch while the trims bit  ���������whiskers with the lawn mower.**  * ���������"..,'  "w.,.-  "������.*-_-������-W T 'I  ^w,r������*-   ,l *^^  _r   ���������/ gVTURDAY,   July 22nd.  ���������EO^ T IVLISS IT  sfiTaDRlDS Of RIHAITo  ���������WboS^'HjgrtheMB^.  Tfte Gf-reai? Enqljsh Itcmedy.  A positive cure for all forms 08  ,_���������_,_, _. __,^_ Sexual Weakness, Mental and  BRt-OBJ-AND AM_ft Brain Worry, Emissions, Spermatorrhoea: 'Mpoftm/t' Sffeota ox Abuse or  Excess;- aft pi Which lead to Consumption,  infltttdtr; Insanityfcpd.an early grave. Price  W pttf me., sl* for $5. Ono will please, six will  carei ^old by all druggists or mailed in plain  packafteon rfeeef pt'of price. Write for Pamphlet.  Vhe W<JQd Medicine Co., Windsor, Ontario,  a-i^-iHaiH^L_-,ti'kIl;u'\.:...>Il:'lr.   ��������� rf111  j    n   urtni I'ns  -���������' n Junl.iiri'i Pi -������������������'--���������  ��������� ������������������  ���������-  1 ', yelled to resign hi,- feat iu the B. C-  \ L:-gisL-ture    There is a Ftrong j)re  >C. ^U*U_iJttWiJ*i*lfc-_JB_C������-l  When in future school teachers  .apply for positions in Cimiberland  BqhpplB.it would be,well ii 'hny intimate to the Board that they are  willing to dp the work at reduced  -fa la ti ga, JjLj"y_!_ikl^^  '-iidice ii; Canada against a uir.n  ���������������������������jukiing two . office-**. A pniciieul  politician like Mr Mclunuh won d  not sacrifice his-* whole fuiure. by  taking advantage ci the law a- it  now stands. The man who doe?  it is usually regarded a a no hing  better than a i*a venous office seeker.  better to stipulate''that"each appli  carjt state :' what salary expected ?.'  ^h^n thpse who have in addition to  |their teapherB qualifications, a good  paying- frafle, could well aff-rd to  jpiit t|}.$ Balary 'way down to bed  "rock. $c>w a fafhionable tailor say  pou'$ at pn-rje open a plate glass  ft.*pt. h^np out his shingle and  plothg the fashionable youth of the  to^rn in first ptyss style���������at a, Utile  }e83 than his pornpetitor v\ho has  speut years in building up a business. ' At tho same lime he could  ypry wejl appopt a liule lesp salary  than the other fellow cr young \vo-  rnan who holds professional etiquet  te in esteem and who ban principle  enough to uphold it. Bui talk not  of this in Cumberland 1 Let overy-  one whoexpectf to teach, look up-  pn that profession %& a atop-'*up, a  means of gathering lpcre, a Ixmu-,-*  graft for the tsitcce^sfal carrying on  of the busiuei's-eH oi drygood.-j.uewK-  papere, groceries, candy and peanut  atandfl, boots and eltoos, undertaking even, Every!bing go(.*������ in tbo  free and untamed West.  LECKIE BOOTS 'till a Ion-,  H.l'p.lt want, and ih:it want is He!  '(���������>��������� B'Ots for th<- same nv-ney'.  The Logger, tlv Pi*n--t-ector, the  .mm* -vh wo-ks out o'door? will  rinfl.iii.'.eALLLKA'!'HERhootF  he best that money can buy.  Every  pair have   1  e   Trade!  Mark stamped on the sole. ,  All dealers.  No Better Lager Brewed In America.  The Oldest Established Brewery in British Columbia.  offices    Victoria B- G*  -B_aMSSi_^as^MaiMBMMi,aaiSMiB������wiMBilBsaii***siiliB������awiawi������ mw ai_aiai>i���������m mi n inaia   ���������  a   i i ��������� iinanr   ��������� iTTrnTTiiTaiirfTpnu-rrrroriir-rniiii nimajanini-an|i  oyal Baqk of Canada  Capital (paid up), ,.....$3,000,000  Reserve Fund     ,.,  .3,000,000  Undivided Profits     308,743  T, E. KENNY, Presidknt. K L. PKASE, Qeneiul MAXAQBt  I Wholesale By  f. L10KII  j8��������� Ltd  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department.:���������Deposes of $1 and upwards received;   Interest allowed ���������c current rates, compouude-l twitte each year on 30t-h June and 31st December.  Drafts ou all poiuts bought and sold.'  ' A. W.HYNDM AN, Manager.  OFFICE HOURS' 10 to 3;    Saturday ]0 to 12; open   Pay Nights 7 p.m. to 9p.m  ���������es.cuwtu������aa-������a  zvww>-*cam-i*!)m&tmxunttu  GO TO  VANCOUVER B;,C.  tok's Cottoss Roof Compound.  ,-n.        The only safe effectual monthly  jsas������g?\. medicine on which women can  ������#;-*-  A coward ia worse than a cup of  Btick with  lime in it: a villanous  coward,   A plague of all cowards.  ������i i-, im     i  ���������    n .,  King Henry ���������! Act 2.  It ia said that the onco indepond-  ont Knterprino is f-enouHly thinking  of flopping fince lln* o'oeiioi, of  Mr  Manuon.   ThoHUppqrt(?)tboy gave  Ait ken was pimply an nur< dueuoit  to what the ttnci^oiio nnd valiant  Bait intends to decide upon  doin_; j  in the future,   li* it tine   ho  onco |  fought that a comfortable job in j  thn 1-iUflt Ollicti or   Utistotiis   j^-pi. |  would bo pint ti'rlit foi' him, or ban |  he hie wpfith'-r <-ye on it m-vwav in I  pane Mr HJoun ia appoin'ttl Govern-  ��������� ..   r r>   r* ��������������� 1  Ufc    ,i.    ^#.      \. .  ,  Telegraphic      News  Portsmouth, N. H., loth���������It  seems lo be talk among the -*!t;ich������  that there will be no general battie  "in"Al"arnTlrni1ir~wTTilB���������peare-i-ret-ot-i---  at.ons aieoti. Oyiuna i.- known to  be prepared to strike the moment  they fail and there may be. more or  le>:ts akirmishin'* and outpost 'en-  gagernetits while the tr> oi ,s are getting in posiiion but i: ia ndmitied  that if either Oypma or LinevUcb  should delibHratt'ly bring on a gen  engagement which might, cost. 100,  000 lives hit* conn try would be ac-  cused of b,id fait It in the n-'gotia-  lions here and would ineviiably  lose prestige in the ey. sof the world  Purli-tnoiiih, 15th-���������Arlichs one,  two and three in the peace, ne^oti  atior.H have been agreed to and d-s-  posed of. It U exp c ed the rup ure  will come today when clause 5, tin*  cession of (Sakhalien cooius before  the cotniui**sioii.  Victoria, 15th���������Pi of. Lowe of  California is here for the purpo-eof ���������  investigating iheHuitubiliiy of Vnn-  coitver I-laii'l oo til for-a new coke  nu.kiiig p oces-i and definite 3iep'.\  havo heei) tit Den',, town rds the con*  (inet.in-: ol' fuch tents on p.aiaienl  i-eiile.  1 "oft Art 11u ���������', 15r. h Tne J-i p:i nose  to dine have riosed over 7U  Vi.'siHel:-!  wiiich vvei'i! nauk by tlie  Russian-'.  New York. Hi-h���������The Patcr^on  poliuf frU'-iraUi-'i a ivuU laid plot to  blow Up.tHpe-i.l llMpl tn*:tr Kirlj,;������>-  wood N. J. on which I*roi-ident  i oosevelt was returning frmn Chuu  laqiia.   (Trying lo co|*y llusain)  Fusnn, 15������h���������A ,InpiuiesH brigade  drove in the Hu^iaiie today near  Kiukiit, it lltiHBiiiu** weie killed  and 11 captured.   o .���������  Tbe ateatn yncht Thi-'ilo iirriveii  at Union Wharf ���������.������������������'-��������� U-t'diiy m'Hniiig  with the Hon..J an, Duii'iYiui!', Bryan  Drake, Mi I,i..t!e and1 .\|i-if*������ Mar-  (lui'k ami l.inlo and Mis l^reiMiiun  on board. Tin*- ladi"s were triins**  h'H'u! to y,vr> ('(il!i,-''<! nip at Camp  IVmilii vvlitii*^ lh",v will  vi-ii,  tor  a  time      .Nlv i'.ii.Malar   ami   .p.tity  :   ,    :     '"'       ii'   im,.,..." ���������i,  *,  prees s'tron'ge'r for Special  Cns''R, *S per fcox. Sold by all  drumrists. Ask for Coolc's Cotton Root Compound; take no  v< substitute, ���������  The COOlt Wladicine Co.i      Windsor, Ontario.  ^  I Do You Want  <?>  ���������  We Can Save  Money For You I  ������ WRIT ill AT .ODDS  4> "fT**"  10.  trlctcoet Krosf  I     93 GOVT   STREET  |Vi6torK  CUMBERLAND  eat market  Choicest Meats  Kii|.j-lii.-d at Lot-rent Market l-riceH  Vegetables  A   Oioiit  V'/irioty will   alwuy-jb-;  in Mtook ;   iUho a aup-jly of  Fresh Fish  ivill lio on Mule ovrry Woiluruday  Your itturonnge Ih oordiully invited,  and  all ordorti will be promptly dclivoroil.  The TAILOR  for your next Suit ol clothes.  ������������������Look  at these Prices ������������������  Pants    $3.00 up  Suits   $13.00 up  Overcoats $12.50 up  Style ,  Fit and Workm.inship  Guaranteed.  QAV1S. BLOCK.  J  IS JkZ_,L "772 ���������A.S'EIZ  UBT a chance >o show \ou that  we ai w ay a ple-i**e our customers  by supplying them with the BE'6T  MKATS nt (he lowe-t market,  pvici'!'.-   A tiiai i>rd������r will couvu.es  THE   01TY  Mior^alGominin,;  i:ape**-bapr/ins  'Glazing   and,,   Painting.       bee  'flffoH'D. McGregor,  ���������Cumberland Hotel.  c*7KGirTwnnwwi'n^aBBciCJi[i������*sj,'S^  'TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  T���������!< LAXXTI'VB liKOMO QUININE 'IV..  It-ts       A I ililij.'-aist'i l-r-l'u:-(l   liie li;  tn:V 'f   il  luil,. ������<i uiwe,        E \V. Grove'u sij.'ua'i.urn is  ou anon bi<x,    25j.  ffLS^**r2??-5K-t-^'i":*_K.-'-"-.-ii^^  Ju,-t reeei'v-xl ai, (J, li...>Tsfrht-ll's ^  fine t*-?8n tmenl of new flies* .tor  trout fi-'bimr.    >  A G'ia-ante_.l Qar^ for  Piles:  Ituliinjj;, Blind, Blci;*Un;.i or Prutrmii'd  P li'-i. U;-i:ji.gifit.-, itiluiid moii������y i: VP.rA-}  OlNiCMEN T I'.til' '���������<> our" '������������.,-, mic, no iim������  tn.- of Ii.av I tiM ->'uii'Hu-j- in  6 in hi d-tya.  PlrO^ lijlj/llfllll'l." .';:> I>;I I-   |.-������'IV "  |'!������t,.       ������0of  If yoiiv iin'i���������(i:nt, 1,,^1,'tii, si-nit 50o i> ,s;.iiii'pt*  au'l ir, wUl In* t'(.ir������.-)icdf''i until������������������pani bj Piiiii-  Mudi-iim Cu,,'M,   Louis, Mn.  l-Jonsp Lining  and    Wall    Paprr    at  Cliunn Inhn'a.  I'   ;       '  mm  ������������������it !s5  m /% W.%>% w fp\ !;.'  ���������������  ���������..s  1905- September 27 to October 7 -1905  Under the auspices of the Royal Agricultural and  I ndustrtyl      Society   *lViM*<>^'>nM'-WOi  JJcPhee&Son  iniOlMtlKTOUS.  mmnrw���������\iii*Bvmnn>Mfu������mK'i*.'i*.uiummHnmmmBi*  FOR PRESENTATION  PURPOSES.  SOLID  GOLD WATCHKS  sold!) (101,1) CANKrt  IH'.KrVINt; CASKS  StuptMidous and compi'ehenstve array of Exhibits re-  pi'esc'.iuiiur the 'resources of all Canada,  HIN JMtlZRSd  & Attractions  Kttlurged grouiubt, new, hitndsiune und   opici >us building'",  S!t-.'inn'i* C'l-iu-i  \\ iiiti i ;iii* i .;,i;in',  ���������-.i-i- u< le-iiltvl  .Mill  >     '   .   ..   I,.,!,,,,      I'    r   I  ,:ih"   ii.it  "ii b'-iiiker  '. iiiilli'iii ti  ���������' ���������' "i'i  ,,  .      i  t-'nimi  |  lilihNli  MliV I'.li,.  of  I  All!-  ���������*i 'ii l\  ���������n/.ii' i-i CourtU'V  n:|-  iii'i-ii   'ilipu.iil, il  I U'l. i'.i  . i- ;tv< .'  '���������  ! ; il; ii   1 1-  I      A11 i i  ���������r  During the Sloun (.���������Msvpnicu !Uf<'  could not i-iiiy eno'i;',h t,>, \tl* party  but now that he i' b-ii:^:   p:j '    l'iy  'l������ Ci.y   '.'*���������  fUtl   a   pl||,-|'   in.   i.-,    ;].;- J,l  ;���������.*��������� -.\. ��������� ti...- '.     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