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 :s^pw*������PpiM^  ���������...,'���������-���������7 j. \ ������  ���������=.:ir_**^5i9oT   *  TWELFTH   YEAR  CUMBERLAND.   B, C,   WEDNESDAY, APRIL  "^  CrtM)  :traw    showing}-  AT THE     BIG STORE.  Summer Dress Goo<*8,   Ladies BLOUSES and Blou������-e  Seta  Ohilrtr-ns Ready-to-wear   Dresses,   Ladies and Misses Sum.  jmer Underwear, Latest NOVELTIES in  Collars, Collarettes  arid Belts.  f     MITcMNERY     I  Local  and Personal  For Ka I so mining, Paper-hanging  Glaring   and    Painting. ,    See  rich'd. McGregor,.  Cumb.eriand Ho'tel.  Social values in Childrens Sailor  Hats,   Ladies Wrapper?.  Silk Parasols, English Prints and Ducks, Ladies and Misses  Embroidered  Hosiery,     Childrens    Silk   and    Mu=lin  Headwear, Curtains   and Curtain  Muslins,   Carpets-  Carpet Squares and ttugs, Linoleums and Oilc)o-hs.  You'll Profit Greatly by buying now before  the assortments are broken.  SI.MQX L.E1*ER ff CO., LTJ.,  No changes will made in lists of  articles to be'competed for by ������he  Public School -Clii'diet- at tbe 24ih  of May Exhibition. Boys will not  be allowed to .compete for prizes in  cooking.   See list on   inside sheet.  Shoiey iBIt^aj-d   Proof Jackets    audi  Pants, s>uairat*.t,e<wi to keep out ihew,et, a  C J. Moore&tCg.  A pedigreed Fox Terrier bitch  will be give*** any person promising  it a good home and kind treatment.  Apply at thie office. ^  Calsimo, the beet sanitary wall  finit-h, in al shades, for sale by C.  H. Tarbell. <  The followwig Ladies are apHrig  as a committee to promote the'-success'of the Chiidi'e^'sEx.hibitioh on  May 24th. Mesd-raeF, Beiicv, Col"  lis, Partridge, Gillespie, T. B**nneti,  ��������� T. Whyte, Anderson, and Miss. Mcj  Knight. , Mergers Carey and Ben-  net will attend to all affaireconnected with boys de-pariiaeni, while the  a hove mentioned ladies will gi'ye all  desired info-mation connected -with  eewing, cooking, etc.  New stock of spring clothing now  in at tbe Big Biore Style, fit and  price right.    See these goods.,;-'  Don't forget the St -Georges''  Church Sale of Work ,an& .Gfrahd;  Concert on April 25th in the.^"Cumberland Hall.  ������ ,v ������ '  Anticipating a scarcity,-of pota  -toes,  a li*tie later,  we $ou������ht in  largidv so a<* co keep our-customers  __n,ppli'-.d���������$l-..-5O.peri--lO011b8..=Nai  pier & Pur indue  Ql YATES STREET-;.-."'VIOTORIA-'B; 0.  Just received, large shipment of  ���������S-A  Mrs John ..W-J^jU.- .  hopie in ���������$&'tfWv&r oh Friday mor  ������������������'$$1^*11^ .0 1  CULTIVATORS,   SETCD D1ULLS,   WHEEL HOES, Etc.  VIUIY LATK-IT IMrftOVSMUNTH  Cult nnd Ben them or *riu> for c-italofjuot" and v*'!0'1*  Telephone 80. .        Sole -Agents forB.O. 1������ 0. D.awer 663  _K|___U_i  DON'T  THINK  it is time to send in  your prder for  Furnishings,  SEED POTATOES:    Only a few  sacks left.    Rose ut tbe North, (2 I  cents lb ) spiei^id cropper, original "  seed cosioo cenis In  Napieriii: Pariridge  Tt e I. 0. 0. F. will hold a meeting tomim-ow night. April 2Utn, lo  in trod ute Mr J. F. Neeland*-,Grand  .\iasiur of 1 ha Lodge, who wii.l arrive  loiuurruw afternoon.  Jf you want a Good Up-to-Dute Suit  ������������������o to C. J. Moore & Co.  We are in receipt of an epistl  t-igned '* Liberal" reque-tini* a communication concerning Poat Oltice  and Customs House officers to bi-  publisbed This l** not within oui  province, and we Mer the writer to  Air Sloan. Moieover, no.c������uimuni  cation is published iu' this paper  utiles* signed by the auihor. not  necessary for publication but as a  guarantee of good faith.  We carry a large and well-assort  ed stock of all kinds .01 fishing rods  and fi-hing tackle. Your inspection  S'licited���������S.  Leiser &  Co.,   Ltd.,  the Jiig Store.  The confirmation of Sunday  Schools and other childten belonging to Trinity Church will take  place on M y 6ih.  50 cents isn't much, yet it will ,  buy a pound of tbe famous Telley j  Tea, the nicest you ever brtwe-l.i  3lbe. for $1.85���������Napier & Partridge  TheEpworth League intend gi- ing  an entertainment during the month  of May for the purpose of purchasing  a magic lantern for the young  people.   Particulars later.  .  'Fancy Vests, no.-.two'alike,'at C.J.  Modte & Co. "'    "   "'    -  WJ10 .kicks the pickets_off__the_  - 1905 -  Wall - Paper  T  JUST ARRIVED AT TAB  The  VASH STORE.  100 Patterns to choose from.  2 Double Rolls for 25cts, upwards,  House Lining, Mixed Funta, 50 Shade** of  AJal-aaunc, Eaarnel , Stauia, Vwuitfc,  kVhitiug. Bruuhea. etc.  T. E. BATE,  DUNSMUJB, AVE,  Cu*_-*.b*-__U__*������  taMPWNMMfi  NOW XS THE BEST TIMU  II KlsK ur<) ������ low 1 01m merely auggostlvo pf ft bout of othorR that aro  ,** "*"       just an titU'douvo i���������  .LINOLEUMS  TY\o best vnlt-o money can \),uy at,,,...,40c, 60c, 7fic sg. ydf  M A T T I N Q S  HollaoU, ^ard'vearinvqualities at,.,,, 15c, JJOo, 85o yd.  GURTAIN8  Nottlrtffbam fcaoe Ourtalne, ������ 1-9 ydi. long,,,,.,$1.86 per pair*  A 8tore  to  Dcpcud upon  eft for  he  morn-  bet  iSpTiiighter Mrs D. Kil^fick  .- T..E. Bate has jnst received 1  ton of  Wall Paper.  Mis* J. Mtvdo'k isei-pecledhnme  from Victoria this week to take a  posinon wi h Messrs RlggsifcWhite.  ��������� Mr Rober Grant Al. P. P. was a  passengnr h me from Victoria last  week. He rprmiined a f*-w da\s in  Nanaimo where he attended the  marring- of his nieco Misp May  Giant Mr Grant expresses himself  an directly tipposed to the ������������������Coal  M'nes Regulation Act", and is of  the opinion that such legislation  would distinctly injure legitimate  industry. ,  Now that the operating room in  the Alexandra Ward of tho Hospital is equipped., the Colliery surgeons  undertake all cases of a serious nature, and the cases of appendiciji-,  all in most critical elayes which  have been operated on, have done  so well that most excellent, proof  has been given that In Drs. Staples,  Gilleppie and Millard, the District]  possesses three medical men socond  to none in the Province', The ciiBe*  BTi������ken of w������re most dangerous, and  the subjoin have all recovered in a  comparatively short time.  Mr Arthur BeattieSeton Anderson will bo united in marriage on  Thursday afternoon to Miw* Mildred  Oh,1stmus. The ci-roroonv will  lake plnco at the residence of Mr J,  S, Harvey, Sand wick. The newly  wedded couple will proceed lo Vio  'oria via Shawnigan for a short  honeymoon and will return hereto  le-dde, Mr Anderson i������ tho young-  e-M con of the late Hon, A. C, Anderson, an old nnd honored pioneer  of B.C. Tho lute Mr Anderson, a  descendant of the Setonp, Earls of  LUliiIeriiiliiie and uouhin ol tho late  ftir Jhiuus ouit'rtiii uiJnuhui Kch������������-  lion fame, died in Viotoria some 18  year* ago, and for u number of  years held ihe position of Inspector  f JT.tr!?.'' '**v! V'-'i   *"i*"',   tbo jirwi-  fences?  '   '"        ���������"' .**" ' -  Small prices bring big  buHnees  ���������we win^ the���������business.     Napier  Partridge.  - 1905 -  wall - Paper  Nesv ClotUiaff just' arrived  at C, ].  Moore &, Co,   . -    ,  The Ladi^sof St.George's Presbif-  terian Church will hold their An-  nu IS tie of Work on April 25th.  Hi^h Tea will be served from  5 o'clock until 7 o'clock, Boston  Baked Beans, Salads, Coffee, etc.  A,very select programme will be  given during the evening, and will  JbcLu'd^__drills musical ami, vocal.  select ion-. etc. There is overy. ihdi*'  -ontii>h that thehall will he crow(g<$.  "that dav. arid evening.    A nunilte^;  , of useful: and orn'awantal articlw  will be 00 sale.        - ,v  -'.'n. i',-v--  J3i&*r%, ~*j*v  Mrs T L. Davis is visiting friends  ^n Nanaimo.  Miss Edith Smith passed a swe-  awful examiniitiun at the V tncover  Nornril School, nnd is n, duly cort!-  ftcated teacher.  Mrs tfoblo Knottfi rrlved here  ov\ Saturday, hy sta-re, f^orft   ^e^  Westminister tn visit, her sinter Miss  Huzay who has been very ill, but  we are pleased to announce is fast  ^covering,  Amnnu la**t week's arrivals were  notified Meisrs Priest, Mine Inspeo-  ter DioK.(J. a. RoH-mn o( the il,  B^ Co^ ttervia'^ Mr. {iugfyiftjt-  0;  other Stores bought Tea in as  large quantities   as    We   do  they would be able to sell you Good  Tea as cheaply as we do.  But what's the use buying big if you  don't sell big���������that's the way the other  fellows look at the matter���������and rightly  too.  The TEA we want you to try is  hhskind wears selling at   35c ft.  It isan INDO-CEYLON BLENDED Tea.  We claim that this Tea is as good as  any Tea���������you'll have to pay 50c for in  other stores, and a trial order will prove  that our claim is based on facts.  lion being now filled by Oapt. Jus.  G'tudin, Miss Christmas is the oldest daughter of the liov, Granville  Chrb-au-tiH of Cumberland,  " Tho ayes of the social herd,  who alunyr obrcrve little things,  nnd generally forna from ihern their  opinions of groat affairs. " Beaoons  NAPIER & PARTRIDGE,  The Beit Store m  r :**  4  \>f  ���������'::���������������  ������������������  '" V  f."-?*  ������������������������������������������-���������'  ���������S-:. ���������  .  A*,. .        *V.. ,-.  'V  h"*-$VV:,:\  PAINFUL   RHEUMATISM  Now tt Is Caused by Bad Blood, and  Why Cured by Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills.  I*Jot many years ago doctors'  Miought rheumatism was only a \ocal  pain caused by cold or wet in ageing  jjoints and muscles. Now they Lnqw :  a_at rheumatism is caused by the,  Wood becoming, tainted with uric':  acid from disordered liver and kid- j  aeys. This acid eats into the vital !  organs. It destroys their vitality, !  ���������sontracts the muscles, stiffens the  joints and irritate?* the nerves. Then  a-okl and wet make every bone groan  irith aching, rheumatism. You blame  ���������th������ weather, but the real cause is  acid in the blood. The stiffness  ���������spreads and tlie pains grow worse  each year until you are a helpless  srripple, tortured day and night. Perhaps the disease may spread to the  Jteart���������and that moans sudden death.  You must not neglect rheumatism���������  2mt you can't cure it with liniments,  -plasters or hot cloths. They cannot  ���������possibly touch the blood. * The only  sure scientific cure is Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, because they actually  aaalvo new blood. They sweep out the  ���������painful acid, loosen the joints, and  inuscles, brace up the nerves, and  ���������strengthen the liver and kidneys for  their work "in casting out impurities.  This is proved by the thousands of  suffering rheumatics Avho have b%en  Blade Avell, and strong by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Mr. T. H. Smith,  iEf Caledonia, Ont., ��������� is . one of these  ���������many witnesses. He says: "For a  aramber of years I was badly troubled  with rheumatism, and was so crip-  pled''iip I could scarcely do any work;  I tried a number of medicine's, but  fthey did not help me. I saw Dr.  Williams'' Pink Pills advertised as a  ���������rare for rheumatism and decided to  try them. Before the third box was  gone I found myself much better. I  continued to use the pills throughout  tho winter and they have completely  eored me. I got so I could work on  the coldest day without a coat and  act feel a twinge of the trouble. I  think every rheumatic sufferer should  ���������promptly take Dr. Williams' < Pink  Pills."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure men  and women who are crippled with  "Suntbago, rheumatism, sciatica, para-  __*sts and even locomotor ataxia, be-  ������ause they actually make new, rich  ���������red blood. The new blood sweeps the  painful, poisonous impurities out of  the system and puts the whole body  "fato-*"*""-Irearlthy stater-^Nothlng~~bTIt"  good rich blood can ' do that���������and  jaothlng can give youT healing blood  ���������Bxcept Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. If  tbe blood is bad the nerves are bad,"  ���������for the nerves feed, on the blood.  'That is the cause of sleeplessness,  nervousness, hysteria, St. Vitus',  ���������stance, neuralgia, and loss of vitality'  Sn men and women. Dr. Williams'  fffBft Pills faithfully used cure these  diseases and other blood disorders  such as anaemia, biliousness, indigestion, heart troubles, backache, kidney trouble and decline. But you  mast get the genuine pills. The  ���������"���������something else just as good" medl-  crino which some dealers try to per-  eraado their customers.to take never  ���������wired anything or Anyone. See that  tin* full name, "Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills for Pale People," Is on the  ���������wrapper around every box..-. If, In  tjonbt write direct to The Dr.' Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont,  and the pills will bo mailed, at 50  ���������cents a box or six boxes for $2,50.  longer means what it, did in tho  Shakespearean time when Romeo's  removal to a place twenty-five miles,  the actual distance between Verona  and Mantua, away from Juliet's  abode, was regarded by both these  ingenuous young lovers as a "banishment" worse than death. Since  then steam and electricity, not to  speak of the Postmaster-General,  have abolished the ocean itself as an  obstacle of distance und brought the  four quarters- of the globe together.  We telephone or "wire" one another  or "throw off a line" at odd moments, not even our own odd moments perhaps, but rather those of  the stenographer or private secretary.  But, you exclaim, are we to assume, that human nature, which underlies all , letters, has changed?  Don't people have as bright ideas today as they did a century ago and  as much literary skill? Of course  they do. Indeed, in the latter respect the average standard is distinctly higher. The difference is simply that this efflorescence of bright  ideas in the present ago takes its legitimate form of published literature.  The Innumerable magazines' and  lighter periodicals which play so conspicuous a part in modern life are  the expression of what formerly  found its restricted outlet in private  correspondence. Pens from which flow  bright and chatty letters are in demand for well paid "copy."  With her graceful gift of expression  and vivacious fancy, who can doubt  that if Mme. De Sovi-rne we're living  to-day she would syndicate her articles, write short stories for the  magazines arid confine her written  communication with her daughter to  half sheet notes and ten word telegrams?���������Mrs.  Frank Leslie.  The Bedo Memorial.  : .The beautifully sculptured Saxon  crosa on the cliff at Rbker, Sunderland, erected t6 'the memory of the  Venerable Bede, "the Father of English Learning," and unveiled recently by the Archbishop of York, is one  of the finest British national memorials erected   in recent    years..     The  LETTER WRITING;  -I' ���������<:  -*���������**���������  ���������W*rmrn-r Art of A-inlnet; Dnyn A-ip-viri to  Hare Lint IIh Vogue���������Mr*. Fi-auk  i.i-nlin'x Vlinru.  "A charming letter!" How-.s'-lclom  ���������nowadays wo hoar'such a spontaneous compliment paid', to an epistle or  4������vo occasion to- pay it ourselves!  TiVlitm wo do, a hundred to ono it Is  cwllwl forth hy either a; favorablo  buHinoss communication or its ��������� opposite polo���������n lovo IbttiT���������two species  of composition in which, of courso,  tho clmi'in for tho' happy individual  uddri'SHcd Is quite Irrespective of lit-  wary merit,  In tho -rood old days boforo, Kow-  3*ii)<! Hill Invented, poata^o stamps,  awl even suljHiKjtiuntly, when thoso  accw-aurioa of Ufa* used to cost any  whoro from threepence, to a shilling  or two, people foil bound to wrlto  ihflr uioiiey'B worth, or perhaps their  correspondent's money's worth whllo  ilwy woro nt it. Cheap postal facili-  Dm have aecoiiipllKliod tho r;utn of  -Iioho seriptory. 'morals which tho  iiurry and fret ������f modern llfo had al-  wady undermined. Separation, tho  ������.-,������nd motivo of correspondence,    no  Lmr's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant  Soap Powder dusted in tbe both, soften*  tbe w er aud disinfects. *      3*9  DODDS '/,  KIDNEY;  //. PI LL5  FENCE WIRE SHOULD NOT BE  TAXED,  The Dominion Government did a  good thing for the farmers of Canada  when it placed certain grades of fence  wire on the free list a few years ago.  Since, t:.en galvanized smooth wire  Nos. 9, 12 and 13, which are most used  in farm fencing, has been kept down  in price to a place which enabled thousands of farmers to replace old unsightly, wasteful, wooden fences witlf  neat, new tyire structures, thereby improving their own property and enhancing the value of the surrounding  neighborhood. Now it transpires that  pressure is being brought to bear upon  the Government to go back to the pld  order of things by impbsing a customs duty on these grades of wire.  That such a change would work injury  to the farming community admits of  no argument. At present, practically  none of the grades of wire on the free  list are manufactured in Canada, so  that any -duty that would be put on  the wire would prove an equal tax  upon the consumer���������the farmer. A  tariff of say 25 per cent, would undoubtedly enhance the cost of fencing fully ten to fifteen cents per rod.  This would mean that the owner of a  medium-sized farm would have to  bear a.n extra tax of fully 5150 to  fence his farm. Were fencing an unimportant matter there would be no  reason for alarm, but with the passing of the old fences, and the increasing attention to. stock raising, new  fencing is p.ii absolute necessity.  In the older parts of the Dominion  the improvement of farm buildings  and' the construction of new fences  have been making very rapid strides  during the past few years, and it  would prove a very., unfortunate matter if a check were given to this much-  needed advance by the imposition of  a tax' that could work no benefit to  the farmer and at the same time hamper the Canadian ��������� manufacturers of  fencing who use wire as a raw mater-  -ial. Rather than hamper farm im-  provementi and demoralize an Industry important to agriculturef by placing wire which, is .now admitted free  of duty on tlie double" list, it would  (be much better to wjpe out the present tariff of 20 per cent, on Nos. 7  and 11, which would enable farmers  to get a stronger style of fence without Increasing the cost.  Anybody can make a Delicious Infusion with  Hoiv in in  CEYLON TEA.   There's no trick about it.   " The  Quality" is there; that's the whole secret.   Black,  Mixed or Natural Green.  Sold Only in Sealed Lead Packets.   By all Grocers.  RECEIVED   HIGHEST   AWARD   AND  GOLD   MEDAL   AT   ST.   LOUIS.  A SMILE  IN  EVERY  DOSE  ,THE, BECK CROSS.  cost was ������4,000, and was defrayed  by a national; subscription inaugurated by a local committee in Sunderland. The cross,'.'.designed by Mr.  Clement Hodges, the architect of the  Caedmon, Hexham, and Itothbyry  crosses,,forms, as it Were, a pictures-  quo history of tho life and art and  learning of tho, north in Bcdo's time;  . The Joy of reeling Rich,  * '-It's' a queer thing, this belonging  "to a club," said a man'who'had just  paid his first, dues. /'But It's flno to  foe,l rich, oven onco in a.While.    ,  "Take*' the simplest thiug in, tho  worUHgoing into the hpuso, All my  llfo I'vo boon usod to fishing ..around  for a latch-key, wriggling out of my  own overcoat and hollering to know  who was home.  "But whon I go into my cluo���������not-  ico 'my club,' I" can say it easily now,  ���������when I go into my club, as I,say,  I don't ovien push open a door. Somo  ono in livery does that and bows as  I stalk past. I am allowed to lift my  hat off, but that's about all. And  everyone says 'Sir' to ino until I  fool as if part of the universe was  mine.  "Samo way if I oat thoro. Toko*  a head waiter and at least ono everyday waitor ovon.to got mo into a  chair. And os for wondering what  we're going to havo for dinner and  if Sunday's roast of boof isn't about  finished���������why, I can havo roast boof  fresh ovory day.  "You can do all that in a fine hotel or restaurant, but you don't got  called by namo unless you'ro moro of  a rounder than I .ant���������and what's  worse is that you'ro not oxpoctpd to  sit around and bo waited on unloss  you'ro spending money when you're  in mich a place.  "Oh, it's groat to feol rich now  and then, and I don't know that it  makos home seem nny worse "���������  P.Mjr.  lev���������*"-, .,-������������������ tlilntr m*n *r* nm���������*-���������*������������������-  I ������r than women, do you? Ho���������Some  mon, but not all. Sho���������well, what  men are smarter? He���������Oh, bachelors.  ���������Sydney Town and Country Journal,  "LittU" J-p������- Hot ������������������ smut.  Most of our maps of AbIr are  drawn to a small scale, nnd, on such  maps, tho Japanese archipelago (Ills  little space. But sho is larger than  I������'M-?land nnd morr* populous. Shf nan.  0,000.000 more -leoplo than France.  Phi- sent six nrmlr-s over tho ������f>n  within six months, every one of which;  was ns big as either army that met  at Waterloo. She has sent to Manchuria twice as many soldiers in ������������������!������  months as England sont to South  Africa la two yeari*   If your little ones are cross, peevish and fretful, give them Baby's  Own Tablets, and they will soon be  Gheerfulj-smiling-and-liappy���������W.o cried,  mothers who use this medicine will  find, there's a smile in every dose.  Mrs. N. Nathieu, Nosbonsing, Ont.,  says: "Before I began using Baby's  Own Tablets my little one was 'always sickly and cried day and night.  But the Tablets have regulated his  stomach and bowels, given him  strength, and he is now good-natured  and growing finely." Mothers need  not be afraid to use this medicine���������it  is guaranteed to contain no opiate pi  harmful drug, and may be given with  perfect safety to a new mo.rn babe.  Sold by all medicine dealers or sent  post paid at 25 cents a box by writ*  ing The Dr. Williams' Medicine Cd.,  -Brockville, Ont.  CURE WAS QUICK  AND PERMANENT  DODD'S     KIDNEY     PILLS     SOON  DROVE AWAY RHEUMATISM  AND DROPSY.  Case of a Windsor Man Who Suffered  Years Before He Discovered the  Right Remedy.  Windsor, Ont., Feb. 13.���������(Special).  ���������How quickly Rheumatism and  Dropsy can be cured -(when the right,  medicine is used is shown in the case  of Mr. Jno. McDonald, a retired farmer living at ISO Langlois Avenue here.  Mr. McDonald says:  "For two years I was troubled with  Rheumatism and Dropsy. My legs  were terribly swollen, and though I  tried many medicines nothing gave  me any relief until I tried Dodd's Kidney Pills. Two boxes ^f them cured  me so completely that, I have, had no  return of the diseases'in years."  Rheumatism and Dropsy are caused  by the poisons disordered Kidneys fail  to strain out of the bloo.d. Cure the  Kidneys with Dodd's Kidney Pills,  and'.the cured Kidneys will remove  the cause of the Rheumatism or Dropsy. Without caus"e there can be no  disease.  Of course It was a woman, who,  when teased about being late for  breakfast, excused herself by saying:  "Why, tho first thing I heard was the  second bell. And then she wondered  why the others laughed.  .-��������� Cucumbers-and melons are "forbidden fruit" to many persons so constituted that the least indulg'ence is followed by attacks of cholera, dysentery, etc. These persons are not aware  that they'can-indulge to their hearts*  content if thoy have on hand a bottle  of Dr. J. D. ICelloggr's Dysentery Cor-,  dial, a medicine that will Rive immediate relief, and is a sure cure for all  summer complaints.  When a girl has nothing else to  worry about she stands in front of the  mirror and looks for wrinkles^  Mlnard's Liniment Carts Colon, eta,  Speak well of "people to a woman  and she- will agree with you and  yawn; speak ill and she will dispute  you and smile. In .the first instance  you bore, ia the secontTyou interest  her.  In an English parish school the  Medical Health Officer had the tonsils  of one hundred girl pupils cut out.  The foreigner wh loves his knife  and I uses it instead of his fist is the  sort-of-a-lien Canada- has-no-use -for;���������  ii  OH! HOW  MY LUNGS  PAINED.  >?  A,bout Christmas time or birthday ���������  time a "man _gets a-good deal of plea- J  sure out of me by the reflection that J  he isgoing toget some of his   money  back in a present.  Despairing  Cry   of   Winnipeg   Lady,  VVriosTlJltiTnate   Recovery- "Was  Brought About Thi*ough .That  Famous Remedy,  aw* Henri Jfllzcar Tascheroau is not  to bo.deprived of any of the homage  due the . position while, he is Governor-General. With Lady Tascheroau  ho attended mass on a recent Sunday  morning. In accordance with instructions given beforehand, Sir Henri  and his wife were each provided with  a high-backed chair and a prie dieu.  The chair a were placed close to the  rails of the sanctuary and in front of  tho congregation. When thetimo  came for sprinkling the congregation  with holy water tho ofilciating priest  tendered it first to Sir Henri and his  wile, at tho same time bowing low.  The incident created considerable  talk among tho congregation, and  makes it quite clear that Sir Henri  Taschoroau is bent upon having ac-  cordod to him air tho homage which  tho Governor-General himself would  bo entitled to rocnivo.  SENSITIVE  "Porter,", s'aid the man. in the first  seat in the crowded smoker, "here's a  dime." '-  "Thank you,( sah. Brush yo' clothes,  "No; that's just what* I don't want  you to do.   You will notice that,my  hat is rather dusty and I don't want  you to grab It off my head and make  an exhibit of it.n  Html* Ai 13-irop*'! Mansoa,  Long before Napoloon's day Kussla  was lookod upon us a' menace to. the  ponce of Europe. It was In tho hope  of humbling hor and earning the  gratitude of nations that tho Corsl-  enn launched forth iu tho campaign  of 1813. Tho MiiHcovito ambition in  tho Far East has long drawn the  full resources of tho nation in that  direction, but should Russia be permanently chocked thore and thrown  back upon SUborla it is scarcely believable that she will fold hor hands  for good. It would be but natural  that she would reconstruct her military and then look for new conquests, possibly on the borders of  Europe.  A OUACBF-UL COURTESY.  The Ogllvlo Flour Mills Company,  Limited, certainly do things in thu  right way, Since their advertisements  of ftoyal Household Flour havo appeared In the nowspapora they have  received thousands of testimonials  from women all ovor Canada who havo  used Royal Household Flour In-their  homo baking. Those kind expressions  of tho superiority of this Flour havo  been entirely voluntary on tho part of  the sender.B, In order to bIiow thoir  appreciation of this courtesy, tho Qjrll-  vle Company have had a vory flno  painting reproduced In all tho original  oolors, and copies suitable for framing are being mailed to each ono who  haB Bent in a testimonial.  It was a graceful way of saying  "thank you," nnd cannot fall to koop  Royal Household Flour in romem-  branoo.  (PRONOUNCED -Sl-ttt&N.  MRS.    MILLER,  63    NOTRE    DAME  ST., WINNIPEG, MAN.:  writes as follows about her precarious  condition boforo usiniv I'SYcllUMO:       <'  I am cortalnly thankful    for    what'  the Dr, Sloeiun "treat muni as embodied'  in PSYCHINia did for mo. '"Somo years  ago I was almost laid  up with weak  lungs,   Oil, how they used to pain, and  my cough was very bad when I would  go out,    My appetite  was  vory  poor,  and my stomach was greatly disordered.   Today I am strong- and well, and  fool'that I'SYCliliMQ has  brought me  porrhanoiU relief.   1 fcol a now woman  now and rim able once moro to attend  my housowork for which I had lost all  Interest,"   Told  In  tho fowor possiblo -  words, thoso are tho facts:    Sufferers  with CourIis, Colds, La Grlppo, Pneu-  mania, Bronchitis, Consumption, Night ���������  Sweats, Chills and Feelings of Depression or Qonoral Weakness or Declino,  uso  PSYCHINB und  nro cured,  many  after older methods or treatment have,  failed,      Pooplo  who  could  afford   a  physician  tnke   PHVCTirNB,   whllo   In  many onsen doctors ndvlRQ P8YCHTNBJ,  Psychlno In for sale by all druggists  at $1.00 por bottle, For further advice  and Information wrlto or call Dr. Slo-  cum, Llmllod, 170 King St. W., Toronto, Can.  TRIAL BOTTLE FREE.  ���������r-  TM 0-Mittft Editor.  YTi  ccjii.'.r* *.*._re ;s 4  lHt.lrt po-������m of n ���������pnthfll** nntur������������, fllr.  I showed it to my mother, and the  actually cried ovor it.  Editor (after reading the poena)--  You say your mother cried?  Younpf Man���������Yes. sir.  JmIitor���������Welt, you go home and  promise your mother never to write  any moro poetry, and I think ike  ���������Id lady will dry her tears,  Sunlight Soap  it a. pure, evenly be.le.nced soap. It me-kes e.  nice, cleansing lather for washing cut glass* giving it 9. brilliancy and sparkle. Sunlight Soap  is best for every cleansing purpose.  Buy Sunlight.  Your money back for any cause of complaint.  1115  Lever Brothers Limited  Toronto  PAGE FENCES Wear Best  THSPMI WMB raNOB OO. IMUTUb VU������i������-B*������ MM* MMml, ft.**-, WlnltW.   M ���������V  y  FAIR REMINISCENCES  HISTORY OF FIRST PROVINCIAL AND  FIRST INDUSTRIAL  It It B8, Year* Age Slnco the First Pi**.  v'taclal. Exhibition Wat Held In Got-  i������rnmtnt House Grounds, Toronto, and  tho  Industrial   Date*   Baolf   to 1897-  Comparati-vo Statement of tho Pro-rim  olal Shows ia Several Cities.  - ,\  The wonderful record-breaking success of this year's Canadian National Exhibition has set grandfather  talking and to appreciative audiences }he recounts his reminiscences of  tha -first Provincial, held in 1846,  fifty-fyght years ago, "when he was  a boy at school."  Of course, year by year, the number \ of those who were present at-the  first\ of these Exhibitions is diminishing, yet oven in Toronto there are  ', a,good many peoplo still Jiving whose  memories easily carry them back to  ���������1846,^ when on October 21st and  S2nd' the first Provincial Exhibition  .'.was held in Toronto, in the grounds  \^lpf ������the old Government House, in fact  ih'the same grounds as surrounds  the fpresent residence on King street  west. Only tho buildings have been  changed since thon, and in those  Which were then existing was extemporized a pavilion, where some ar  tho roots, fruit and lighter exhibits  were placed. The total number of entries was 1,150, whilo the value of  tho prizes awarded wag*- but $1,100.  This tho first Exhibition, as all subsequent ones which took place, was  inaugurated by and held under the  auspices of the Provincial Agricultural Association of Upper Canada.  ,* This association changed its name  some thirty years later to that of  the Agricultural ,and Arts Association.  In the evening of October 21st a  banquet was hold in Government  House, at which some two hundred  people were present. Chief Justice  Robinson being the principal speaker, and "they all felt gay," for tho  debut of the Provincial Exhibition  was a pronounced success.  The managers of the new undertaking had decided that the annual  show should be held each year   in a  or heavy agricultural implements.  The Crystal Palace was on the  grounds (then a portion of the Garrison Common) to the immediate  south of the Lunatic Asylum, the  centre of the "Palace" being in exact line with the dome of the asylum. The corner stone of the building was laid��������� July 15th, 1858, by the  Hon. P. M. Vankoughnet, Minister  of Agriculture.  The Exhibition Was opened in the  last week in September, 1858, , by  His Excellency the Governor-General,  Sir Edmond Walker Head, with very  considerable pomp. It remained open  'or two weeks, this lbnethened    tim������  being a great Innovation on   tho established order of things.  For the twenty years succeeding  1858 tho Exhibitions were held in  the usual*1 rotation, excepting^ in  1875, when the city of Ottawa was  chosen as the place of meeting instead of Kingston. The following is  a comparative statement for that  period:  Different Kind of Bugs  From What He Thought  J  Year.    City.  1859���������Kingston .... .  1800���������Haroilftm   1801���������Loudon   180"���������Toiouto   18G3���������Kingston   186-i���������Hauiilton   1865���������rLondon ...... .  1806���������Toronto  1807���������Kiugstoa  1868���������Hamilton  1800���������London .  1870���������Toronto .  1871���������Kingston  1872���������Hamilton  1873���������London  1874���������Toronto  1875���������Ottawa .... .  1870���������Hamilton ....  1877���������London ......  1878���������-Toronto   ��������� ������ ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������  ��������� ���������������������������    t ��������� t������������������ ���������  too   1 O ������ ��������� I  I *������������������   ���������������������������  Entries.  4,830  7,53^  6,24a  6,319  4,756  6,392 "  7,221  6,279  4,825  6,620  7,649  6,897  6,082  7,714  8,920  8,102  .. 7,318  ..10,011 :  ..10,618  ..11,255  ..,  ...  Prizes.  $ 8,067.50  12,900.00,,  10,188.50  10,722.0(1  9,166.00  10,304.25  11,036.73  . 10,288.50  9,311.50  11,120.00  12,444.70  12,289.50  13,008.00  13,142.00  13,797.00  14,070.00  14.651.00  15,631.50  14,387.00  13,980.00  THR OLD CKTSTAL PALACE.  ���������\. different town, or, rather, should not  "' bo held for two years successively -in  tho same town. Accordingly Hamilton, a placo in ' 1846 of barely 10,-  000 inhabitants, was selected for tho  Exhibition of 1847, It took place on  October Gth and 7th, and was^ graced  by tlio presence of'the then Governor-  General, Lord Elgin.  Tho'amount awarded in prizes was  $2,400;, thoro being 1,000 entries, a  large increase in both, and every ono,  or noarly every ono was happy.  In 1848 Cobourg was tho place of  mooting, the prize list being $2,300,  a slight decreaso on the preceding  year, a circumstance which did not  daunt tho managers In tho least, for  [thoro' was no diminution of consequence in the number of entries  which'wore 1,500,! whllo tho quality  , of tho exhibits, especially In livo  stock, was more than, maintained.  In 1849, 1850 and 1851, the Exhibition was hold in Kingston, Niagara and Drockvillo mspoctivoly, tho  entries and prizes bo?ng'  1840���������1,420 , ..92.80O.OO  18(50���������1,038 .... , ...,,.  .. 8,400,00  1851���������1.40(1 3,2.3.75  In 1852 tho Exhibition was again  hold in Toronto, and was an un/quall-  * fled success, tho entries more than  doubling thoso of tho precodlng  year, while the prlr.es offered were  11,700 groator.  It took placo on Soptembcr 21st,  22nd, SUrd and 2-iUi,, in .liu Holds  which then existed north of Simcoo  ���������treot, at that tltno above Queen,  known ��������������� William etroct, The Pros*  bytorlan Church near Simcoo stroet  ' stands Almost on tho spot whoro thu  principal entrance tn the fair grounds  was, The amount rf. prizos In 1852  was $4,0X8, the number of entries bo*  ing 8,048.  From   the years 185a until   1857  the  Exhibitions   woro hold as   follows:  ������. Year,   Cities, Bntrlos,     Prises,  1858���������Hamilton ...������ .... ������,8_0      95,203.25  1854-London 2,033       0,427.50  1855-Cobo\irjr 8,077       Q_.I41.70  18B���������������Klngsftn .... ������,701       000.50  } 1857-Brantf ord 4.S87       8.180.09  vAs will be scon, the "Fair," for so  It was generally -described, had not  &\) -Muut* hl^Auy yivutim, ������-ut mvre  wv������ 'avery pro*r*pct of a jbUII xuoro  successful future.  After the Exhibition of 1887 In  Brentford, It was docldod by the  Provincial Agricultural   Association  that tho Exhibition should therr-nftr-r  be held alternately in the following  cities, namely, Toronto, Kingston,  Hamilton and London, they being regarded as well situated in tho east*  - em, western and northwestern portions of the province to suit tha  tonvenlonce to turn of all exhibit-  trs,  In accordance with this Idea Toronto was chosen for the Exhibition  of 1858, and what was known as tht  Crystal Palace, erected for tho hous-  ftt-r of exhibits other than live ���������������������������*���������������������������������*  These figures speak for   themselves  and do .not call for any special com-,  meht.  ���������'���������".' ������������������',' ;   '"''.'���������' '  The Exhibition" of 1860 is noted  for the fact that it was honored by  a visit on September 17th from H.  K. H. the Prince of Wales, his present Majesty, King Edward VII., who  was then making his celebrated Canadian tour. In 1862, when the Exhibition was again in Toronto, it  was opened by H. E. Lord Mohck,  the then Governor-General.  * An incident in the history of the  function of 1������66 was that the regular Imperial troops, then stationed  in Toronto, were admitted as visitors "in squads or companies of not  more than.100 men at a time."  Lord Lisgar,    who succeeded   Lord  Monck as Governor-General, was present at tho Exhibition   of 1871   in!  Kingston, and was heartily received, '  making a very pleasant speech.  In 1878, which was, so far as Toj-  --ronto"is-_concern"e"d7"th6_-last__year~ of  the Provincial Exhibition, Lord Duf-  ferin was present and from the platform in the grounds delivered his  valedictory address to the people of  Canada, it containing this famous  sentence, ofttimes' since quoted,  "Love your country, believe in her,  honor her, work for her, livo for her,  die for her;'!  "The reason why;������������������ I cannot tell,"  quoting the old rhyme, but the fact  remains that though the Exhibition  of 1878 was held in Toronto, tho  people of that city woro by no means  satisfied. They thought that as tlio  capital of tho province they ought  not to bo sidetracked for threo years;,  they, had built good, permanent buildings since 1874, adding to thom year  by year and thoy expressed their  opinion most unequivocally that if  the Agricultural and' Arts Association could not see thoir way to como  to Toronto oftcner than once in four  years and hold their Exhibition,  woll, anothor association must bo or-j  gnnisiod.'     ,;".'"'.. , ���������     |  ���������Accordingly the Industrial Exhibition, now known as tho Canadian  National Exhibition, was ushered into existence,1 '��������������������������� |  Tho first Industrial Exhibition was  in succession to tho Provincial Exhl-,  bition, held In Toronto in tho   pro-j  sent grounds,    on   September    1st,'  3870, continuing open until "'September 19th. It was vlsltod during that;  time by H.It.H. tho Princess Loulso, ;  wifo of tho   thon Govornor-Gonoral,  the Marquis of Lor no, now the Duko  of Argyll, and provod a great   succoss.  The city was en fete during this  royal visit, a ball hoing glvon, attended by over f>00 guests in tho Pavilion In the Allan Gardons, at which  tho Princess and tho Governor-General wore prosent. H.It.H. danced  quadrilles with Lioutonant-Govornor  tho Hon. D, A. Macdonald, with  Commodore A, It. Dos woll, It.O.Y,  0��������� and Sonator Macphorson, thon  before leaving tho ball indulgod in a  polka -'played in fast time" with  Captain XIarbord, A.D.O, Aftorwords  dancing was resumed, thoro bolng  nineteen dances on tho program,  "tho witching waits" being tho most  prominent.  Besides these galtles there was a  military rovlow on the Garrison  Common in which the Q. O. It., tho  Victoria Rifles, of Montreal, tho 10th  Royals, 18th, 42nd and 40th Regiments took part,    Needless to  say  HifHinnt-rfe i-wr**. j-rpfi'mt,  Such was the -opening, Jimf, a quarter of a century since, of tha Industrial Exhibition, Its history since Is  known to nearly all of us.  Professor���������Which Is tho most doll,  cate of tho senses? Pf*pll--Tho touch.  Professor-Prove It Pupil-Whon you  sit on a pin, yon can't seo It, you can't  hear It, you can't tnsto It, but It's  there,         llt.t<ef������1. '  Miss Joyce���������Yes, .Trick end I aro to  become partners for life. Miss Menns-  And you will be tht senior partner.  Bin nice|  BIRDS AND INSECTS^  A Presentment of the Fruit Grower',  Case Against the Birda.  ���������We have actually listed 8,500 species  of; insects from New Jersey, and at  least 500 more will be found, but of  these less than 10 per cent are in any  ���������way injurious to the agriculturist./ Of  the injurious species none of our scales  is food subject for birds, and few of  our injurious plant lice.  Now, a bW is not beneficial to the  agriculturist merely because it eats  insects���������in fact, its habits may be such,  that it is really injurious. To be of  direct benefit to the fruit grower a  bird must feed upon insects .that cause  him injury. An excellent example of  this type is the American cuckoo,  which feeds by preference upon tent  caterpillars, fall web worms and other  hairy larvae. This bird is not a fruit  eater at any time; hence its benefits  are positive, and it deserves every  possible encouragement.  Many insectivorous birds are indiscriminate feeders. They take anything  that comes in their way, aud some of  them eat more beneficial and harmless  species than of those that are harmful.  In fact, this must be so if we consider  the small number of really injurious  forms in proportion to the whole number.  ��������� ���������'��������� '"���������""'"  As a matter of actual fact, is the,  grower of tree fruits actually beholden  to birds in any way and could he not  do entirely without them?  Not a bird tackles the San Jose or  pernicious scale or any of the other  fruit scales. I know of none that eats  apple lice, peach or other root lice pr  grape leaf hoppers. There is no bird  that gets effectively at the peach borer, none that digs out the round head  apple borer, none that gets at the  sinuate pear borer, none that takes the  pear psylla, none that eats curculios  enough to save a plum crop and none  tbat exercises any effective control  over the codling moth. Now, here we  havo most of our chief orchard pests,  and if every bird were given an abso-  -lutely-freejhand-and-if-~ea"ch~did*"its"  best the fruit grower would yet be apt  to lose fruit or tree, or both, according  to the species of insect involved. ;  In other words, no matter how many  birds are in an orchard, the fruit grower would yet have to spray just exactly .as he does now, and were every  bird removed he would not have to  spray much, if any more.  The robin is especially mentioned  here because this bird has become so  numerous and so bold in our state >*  that it is now a veritable pest,to,,the  fruit growers All kinds of small fruits  aro taken, beginning with strawberries and cherries in spring and ending  with grapes in the.fall. Thousands  upon' thousands of dollars' loss was  caused by thera in the summer of  1903. It is fair to question what benefit they rendered in return,  Th^. answer is positive. To the hortl-  caltitr^they rehdQred';,nono at all. ^:In  tho ohtji'd list ofirisec'ts found in robin;  stoma'ch/s there is none that ia a ronl  orchard .post, arid thero' are nono thnt  feed upon-small fruits that could riot  havo boon much more choaply con.  trolled by the horticulturist hnfl thoy  occurred1 'hi/troublesome numbers.  I would not' for a moment suggost  any general relaxing of tlio protection  now accorded toL any bird, but it is fair  to ronllJio that ns some of tho protoctod  birds mako no return for tlio fruits'  they dostroy tbo fruit grower should  bo allowed to protect bis property, but  no more. Thoro should bo no opening  that would allow of wanton dostruc-  tlon.-Dr, John B, Smith, Entomologist  of tbo Now Jersey Experiment Station,  Boforo tbo State Horticultural Society.  A Mean nntilinnd,  "I think old KrooziiB has tho queer-  est way of teasing his wife 1 over  beard of,"  "I thought ho wan fond of her."  "Ho is, but bo likes to got a Joke on  hor. You know sho Is sensitive about  ber ago, Woll, ho has lot everybody  know that whon thoy wero married ho  gavo hor a magnificent necklace of diamonds, each diamond representing a  year of hor age, nnd ho adds ono to  the string ovory tlmo sho has n birthday. Imagine how tho poor woman is  torn, between her desiro to display the  nocklnco and tho fear thnt when sho  wears it everybody will be counting  the -iluwouds,"  ONES h.ad shyly, but admiringly,  watched the two young women  as they rustled into the car and  took the seat in front of him. They  were so sweet, so charmingly sweet  and dainty, that he unconsciously  sighed and then consciously sighed  again, because they had' not the pleasure of his acquaintance. But suddenly a shock thrilled through him, a torturing, agonizing shock, us when one's  dentist drills into a nerve.  "I haven't a single bug this year,"  the girl next the window was saying  proudly. "I've looked and looked, and  I can't find a single one,"  "Oh, I have millions!" said the other  girl despondently; "1 don't believe I  ever had half as many before in all  my life."  Jones grew red clear to the tips of  his ears.  "Haven't you done anything for  them?" asked, the one next the. window.  "Yes, I've washed and powdered and  powdered and washed and done everything, but they just seem to thrive on  it," replied the other despairingly. "I  don't believe I'll ever get rid of .the  horrid.things."  Jones grew redder and fidgeted frantically as a terrific itch developed suddenly in the small of his back.  "Have you used tobacco?" asked the  one next the" window suggestively.  v "Pounds and' bushels of 'it," replied  the other hopelessly. ,  '".'���������And I thought it was. that old reprobate over there who made this car so  rank," murmured Jones,..with.an apologetic look at the old laborer across the  aiaie. '���������  "Well, you'll have to do ��������� something  for them," declared the one next the  Window, signaling for the-far to stop,  "or you'll be eaten up alive by them."  "I know it," replied the other, as they  rose, "and I've a notion to burn up  every rosebush in the yard and start  all over again." ';  "Whew!" muttered Jones, mopping  the sweat from his brow. "I seem'to  be- a bigger fool every day."���������Pittsburg Post.  Sold Atralu.   ���������  Tbe horso, a very handsome animal,  -hadijust-changed-handSi :   "I do not see any fault in him,"  boasted the proud buyer.    ,      .  "No, and I can assure you that he  will never see any, in. you,'" remarked  the foxy salesman, pocketing tbe fat  roll.  It was not until the.horse had walked into a post on his'way out of the  ring that the'buyer realized the truth  of this remark.~Cincinnatl Commercial  Tribune.  CHEESE COOKERY.  ���������i -i  A Well Enrned Medal,  "Miss Goodley, I understand, "-took  music lessons at the conservatory.  She's got a gold medal too."  "Yes.'' r:  "And yet when I was at her house  she positively refusod. to play for rao.  Said sho had given it up." ';'���������  "Yes, that's what sho got, tho medal  for. The neighbors gave it to her."���������  Catholic Standard and Times,  Clilniininn'a Ilr-ny Dee.  A Chinaman was asked to write in  nn album nnd, wisning to do so in English, gave tho following version of  "How Doth tho Little Busy Boo:"  How doth tho initio sting fly  Employ each sixty minutes all the day?  Go ploke'o lip atlns" fly julco  From flowers just sot-busted I  , ���������London Tit-Bits.  Her War of Looltlnu at It.  ! "I shouldn't think it was worth while  to call on Mrs. Jones when you spent  only flftoon minutes'there."  "Well, you /soo avo both talked nil  tbo time, so that made It equal to half  an bour,,,r^S,ow York Trlbuue,  nd     i',  i         ' The Difference,  , "Tbo difference liotwoon tlio soxos  Is discretion," snid the professor.*  "Ob, donr, nol",oxpostuIntod tlio woman of the world. "You,moan *lndifr  forenco.'"���������Town Topics.  Toachlnoss,  There Is a dlsonso called "touchiness," a disease which, In splto of Its  innocent name, Is one of tbo gravest  sources of restlessness In tho world.  'Touchiness, whon It becomes chronic,  Is a morbid condition of tho Inward  disposition, It is self lovo Inflamed  to tbe scute point. Tbo euro is to shift  tho yoke to somo othor place; to let  moo and things toncb us through some  now a lid perhaps as yet unused part  of onr nature; to become meek nnd  lowly in heart while the old nature Is  becoming numb from want ot use.-  Bxcbaoge.  Diet For Consmnptlvea,  You hnvp to-ont at a sanitarium for  consumptives, hungry or not.. Tlioro  nro no big gorges to overwork tho  stomneh,'b,ut there are six monls a day  of moderate size. Some pntlonts can  eat full monls and then swallow thirty-six raw oggs a day. Tho aim ot tlio  treatment in theso snnltnrln Is to got  the sick man to drink threo quarts of  milk .nnd c.t .. 4^.:<.u ia it ���������,*������������������������������ u day  In mlflltlrm to his regular meals ot #Uu-  plo food.  And you must eat meat and plenty  of it. Don't cut tho fat off, Tlio cow  got most of tbo good out of tho lean Jn  her ll^lli^i. Tu*. fat in ������l*iit win uu  you good. All tbat thoro is to cod  liver oil that makes It worth whllo Is  that it is a fat easy to assimilate. Bacon fat Is nearly as easy to digest sod  about COO times as easy to take,  Fruits nnd snlnrls you mny ont merely to amuse yourself and pass the  flmr, Hut you nro wns Hug atoiuiwu  rooui on (bora. Milk, eggs, meat and  hard breads for you if yon nro to get  well, Not a great deal at n time, but  often.-Everybody's Magnsine.  ���������*^������>S--HCSSB_SBBSMK--|  Some Pleasing PoaaibtUtlea For Ordinary and Impromptu Repiu-ta-  It is not every cook who avails herself of the possibilities in connection  with the cooking of cheese. With somo  a Welsh rabbit, with perhaps a cbeesa  souffle, constitutes their entire, effortu  in this direction.   As a matter of fact������  dishes in which cheese forms the principal ingredjent are exceedingly mi-'  merous, while in addition  "to * theWe  there are a great many others which'-'  are much improved in richness, flavor \  and nourishing properties by the add!-   ,  tion oka sprinkling of grated cheese.  Iii this connection the following* is a  hint worth taking: Always, grate at  once any pieces of-dry cheese' which"  may be left over and keep tiieni, in a  well corked, bottle for use when requlr-v '  ed, for if thrown aside and left uncovered the pieces become musty arid '���������"  useless. ���������      *��������� "  Many soups are improved by the ad-,  dition of a sprinkling of cheese. Caulk  flower also is much more savory if"-a..  little cheese is added to the sauce,  while cold boiled   potatoes   may. be  transformed into   a   very  nourishing  and appetizing dish as follows: Put a  layer of thinly sliced potatoes 'into a  fireproof dish, season with salt and ���������.  little cayenne,and cover with a layer  of grated cheese.   Then add another  ���������layer of potatoes, and so oh untilall  are used..  Pour over all a cupful of  white sauce (rnade' with a cupful of  milk thickened with a teaspoonful of  flour and a small piece of butter) and  an egg, although the egg may be omitted if. it is not required so rich. Sprinkle the top with crumbs and bake ia "  the oven for thirty or forty minutes.  Those who have a fondness for  Welsh rabbit made in a chafing dish  for supper, but who fancy that, it  makes their dreams too exciting,  should study the first of the recipes  given below. It is a. recent one, great-,  ly in vogue at chafing, dish , suppers;  and should prove much more digestible  than the usual variety.  Cheese Cream (For the Chafing Dish), ,-*  ���������Soak a cupful of breadcrumbs,in a ..  cupful of milk.   Put a cupful of sliced ''  cheese into the chafing dish." When it  has melted add to-it-the 6oaked crumbs ;m  and stir till ail'are'hot and well-blend-...  ^d.JjThen_stand-the-chafet-In-th0T-hotr*:  .water pan,  which should be partly  full of boiling water,   Add a beaten ���������  egg, a tablespoonful of worchestershira  sauce, a little salt and a pi^ch of cay-,  enne.   When quite hot serye'on toast  This dish, as before'mentioned,"Is a  great favorite at impromptu supper  parties. :       -.'���������-.'  Cheese Patties.'���������Cut out some rounds >  of bread about one and a half to two^  inches 'in.',.thickness.   With ��������� a, smaller',  cutter remove a round about an inch  in; depth from the middle, thus leaving  a jittle'case.  Fry both the case and tbe  piece'removed,'which is to-form the  lid, in deep fat to a golden, brown and  drain on  soft paper,  or brush the  cases with melted butter and brown la  a quick oven.  At serving time fill with,  tho' following  mixture,   reheat   and  serve quickly: For the filling, boll half  a cupful of water and two tablespodn-  fuls of butter; add to It four ounces of  grated cheese and sensoh with a pinch  of cayeuuo peppor.   Stand the suueis--  pan Ih boiling water nnd stir in tlieS  beaten yolk of an egg and hnlf a cupful of flhe breadcrumbs.  Fill the bread  cases and take euro to serve very hot,,  as, Indeed, all cheese dishes should be  served. ; '     ���������'. '.  Ginger pear'Con-tervo,  Ginger pear conserve is often used  as n dessert; to bo serVod with thin  wafers,, or It Is. liked for Sunday evening suppors or a luncheon. It Is best  to put It awny In stnnll sized glasses,  ns It is used in smnll quantities. Table  Talk tolls how 'to'mnko it, ns follows:  Wipe eight pounds of tho hnrd penrs,  peel nnd cut In small "chips" with a  sharp knife, Put into tbo preserving  kettlo, with six pounds of granulated  sugar, a quarter of a pound of green  Canton glngor which bus boon scraped  and grated and tho Juleo and grated  rinds of threo largo loitions. Boll slowly three or four hours, or until all If  thick and transparent  - Any kind of fall penr will do If it Is  still hard and crisp. This quantity,  make's about'twelve jolly glasses full.  A Vtefnl Savfl-eatlon.  ��������� When removing n pie or cake' from  tbe oven after it Is linked, If It does  not como out easily wring a cloth out  Of cold water, fold and lay It on the  kltrdifn tnblo- W thn ht* pin art th!s  for a few moments, nnd tho content*  ore removod smooth nnd entire without tbe slightest difficulty, remarks ���������  correspondent In Good Housekeeping,  ������������������All!" sho snid, with a sigh of relief,  as tbo flumes licked up the Inst bit of  wbnt had onco been her happy home,  "that old Itlhlo with tho dnto ot wy  birth In it is gone, anyway,"  A rtenerf������n������ Tip,  ScotRtnan (t<> puru-r, who bus been  shout twenty mluiitoH looking after his  luggngol-Mnii, 1 cotinof-dr-r ye'vo be>n  verm oblueglti'. Wull ye tak' a pinch  o' snuff? **o*        ,  -���������#*���������  ***���������  V������ ������������ "W .-.-,  .-     (-1TJ1\-       t -' '  24th   OF   MAY  f>K0WB&s & PfcAirrs tM Pors o& Boxes.  (Boys Mad Girl.)  Any potted plant a* faohsia, ger-ufom,  frtwgoalam, Rom (named), primrot*.  Bouquet o( Wild Flowers. Bonqaet of  Gsc4ee Flowers. Colleotioa ol Native  Fer as in pots or boxM. Colleotioa of Exotic Ferui la pott or boxes.  VaoBTABlM���������Boys and Girls.  12 B_dUhe������, 4 roots Lettuoe, 1 banoh  0-������*v 12 Onioni, I banoh Pt-rrtey. Rwh  oo-apetitoi' to have three oat of this list,  Coowmo I)BPAaTMBK'r--<>irl8 only  Juo*f oi White Bread made with yeaat, not  y.-u-t cakwi, Loaf Brown Bread, Sponge  Cako, Roll Jelly Cake, Layer Cake, 6 Gin-  ..cr. Snaps, 6 Plain Cookies, small Fruit  Hake, 0 ������mall Tarts���������any tort of preserve  o: illy, 4 Potetoef boiled ia skins; Sample  of mix-d Some-mada Candy.  Sbwjno, Vvkis and Fancy,  (Girls only)  Kitohen Apron, 4 Samples of Button-holes,  Clothespin Bag, Kettle Holder, Marino  Stocking or soak darned, Wool Sock or  Stocking darned, Sofa Pillow of any sort  hot embroidered, Doiley embroidered, Toilet Cover���������any stitch as outline, Hooka-  back darning, Hemstitched Handkerchief.  Beat Dressed Doll, to be competed for by  little girls under eight only,  Sfboul Prizes  will be awarded for Girls Best Colleotioa ot  Everything, Boys Best Colleotioa, Best  Handwriting���������boy or girl, Best Loaf of  Brown Bread, best 6 Button holes, best  Darning on Stocking of any sort.  Art Djcpartment���������Boys and Girls  Drawing in Pencil, Ink, Crayon, Sepia,  sad Water Colors���������any subject.  (Boys only, of any age),  Wood-carving, plain and ornamental j  Maps, oolored,  >aOTOOaA?KT  (Sohcol Boys and Girls, age not limited)  -���������Port������Us;_Xandsoap^_Cumberland and  Comox scenery, ~"���������"~������������������~~"~������~  In Need ������l Mafler,  Dakota Judge- Broncho Hill. I dwlil-**  ye killed the Chinuiuan in cold blood ami  Bn-js ye $1.  Broncho Bill���������-Wot, fine we a dollar  ler er Chink't  Dakota Judge���������-Yes, I know It's a little  high, but the court needa the moiiey.-  Baltimore World.  Parents and frienda intending to offer  prizes will please leave their name with  ���������secretary Carey and Mr Bennett as soon as  convenient a* it is the intention to publish  ,i������.  I4j    i - ���������  Rule* to be strictly obfervedi--  1, All plain sewing to be hand-work  t, Cultivated flowers in bouquet:*' will u>  lie rt-coKuized untet-s growu iu exhibitor  garden  3, Auy chilil   exhibiting another pernonV  work, cooking, plautH, vugutablei', pioturt..,  to, a������ their * xhilu', will bo debarred frou  Motiving any prize  ��������� ��������� e  ,    Ble Bui of Bappllea.  Nlsoa- What a well informed mnu  your frit-nd Wt-derly isl lit* i-au talk iu  tflliKcotly oa any subject.  HlxoU"Naturally, HI* twin son* have  jtiHt   graduated   from  cNlegv.���������CbicuKu  THOSE BRIGHT TOTS.  Some Goo4 Thing:* Cnlleil From the  Talk of YonnffBtcre.  Small Bobby, who hud Wtt used to re-  ���������i-!vitn: the toy* and cost off i'lotlK*i- of  hi*- older brother, one diiy reniarkt'd.  "M-umno, If brollier Tom tilioiild die after  iif Kt'ti* married, will I have to parry hi*  widow?"    Tommy, aged 6, went nsblng the other  day after his mother had told him nut to.  The ni'st morning one of his little plity-  m������tt*s nfk'ed If he cau-tht ntiyiliinj*-.  "Not until 1 gut home," was Tommy'.  slguilicunt reply.   . .  ,  "Now. children.*' said the Sunday  school superintendent, addressing the juvenile class, "I want yon to be perfeoily  .still���������ho still tnii*. you can hoar a pin  ���������drop.". For.a moment silence reigned nu-  pvonii'; thon a small urchin excleanii'd,  "Let 'or drop, tvister."  A<t-t*-*t������n   Ball-,  Here are a few "'bulls'' that have  be������'n perpetrated from time to time in  the AuHtro-HmiKurinn parliament:  "Ont* most inijidftatit point of tn<* agricultural (im-stlon Is the uitiintenanee  of the breed of lionac-a to wbk-h I have  the lionoi to b-'loii'"."  "\\> ur������* here for the weal and woe  of our cottstitu*-ntt*."  "(iiHitlpim-u. ' coat'lder this qnt-t-tlon'  tn the Unlit of u'dark future."  "The <*���������>���������** of the law wftt*lis heavily  on our pn'si* u������|dt*liitioti."  '���������TIuti*. gentletiu-n. It* tht* over t-hang-  Ing point of which the opposition has  inude.n bdbityhorse."  "ThlH taunt In the name old sen ser  pent which ror yt-nrt* and years bus  liueu xrounliiR lu this iisst-mlily,"  "I wonder," queried small Edith, "why  a sponge In full of holes?"  "Bt'cauue," replied ber 8-year-old brother, with an nir of'superior knowledge* "if  It wnxu't for the holes people wouldn't  know it was a sponge."  Incident* -n American Hlt-tory.  A iravelei- who litis Just rcuunwd  from n visit to Mtitiinztis wiyt- thai he  visited El ('uiiibre. a short dlstnnee  from the city, und tln-re wiih reinimied  of-., un incldeut in American history  with which he wan entirely 'unfamiliar  and which he is wllllnj*; to bet not one  American Ur a hundred know** any-  thiit*r about. He refers to the fact that  a vice president of the United States  took the oh ill of office there, being authorized to do ko by spet'inl act of con-"  gresK. El Cuinbre tueuus "I he summit"  and It was here that William ituftis  Kijttt. vice1 president with Franklin  Pierce, dylny: of consumption, was  sworn into office March 'M, lii">3.  Mnmle, aged 4. upon her return from a  visit to her grandparents In the country  was asked how she enjoyed her visit.  "Oh. pretty well," she replied, "but I'd  like the country much better if it was  here lu town."   "Mamma," said 5-year-old Margie,  "may 1 go and have my picture taken?"  "No, dear," replied the mother, "I  hardly think It Is necessary."  "vreB," continued Margie. "I think you  might let me go and have a tooth pulled,  anyway"    Bald s teacher to a small pupil. "Wll-  lie,' if a bad little boy should, hurt youj  would you forgive him?"  ~"Yc^,fiT;"~repl!ed-Willi������J-4ilf-he_c<>ul4,  ran faster than me."���������Chicago News.  That Mcnnewt Man.  Telegraphic News  St Petersbuig, 13th���������Th- Mliw-  ing is a complete and official lint of  the Baltic H'et now in the Par  East under Roji-stvensky '.���������Battle  ehipB, Kniaz, Souvnroff, Boidlno,  Alexander 3id nud Osliahiu, Armored cruUre, Dinuitri, Doitekoi,  and Admiral Nukhimoff  Under   Admiral   Vtdkerpami���������  BattUiBhips, Si-woi, Veliky and Nn  varian,   Protected cruinern, Almaz,  Svietlana and Jemichug.  Under Riwirovuky*��������� Crubere,  Olen und Uuinr, Auxiliary oruU-  ei>, Kion nnd Duipoi.  Under ^obn^.iitoff:���������Pat. Ships,  Kmporor NiuholaH, Admiral Qukha-  o^, Bevdavin andOfuiner, Manolbak  With tee 1-hlpn there are 12 torpedo boats and dottroyerp,  Vloloria, 18th--An Ottawarpeci-  al ������aya the new U, ds N. R. bill  Mai introduced in the houee at Ottawa. Thin i" agreeable to a\\ parties. It lixoH tbe amount ol ihe no-  curitioi nt 180,000 per mile (or the  actual lenRtli ot the road. It per  mils of arrangement for a ir&iihfei  b'dnstmnde with the 0. P. ii but  nothing ie lo bo permitted to inter-  Lw. with tl'������������ rij-htH now exiaiii**,  the Trovinco and Company belnji  in the name ponition a������ present,  London 18th���������Tho correspondent  ������t  Labium, tff the  nor he*B' of  Tokio, 18th~Tbe Navy Drpt. h  yrejiarir,!_ to nuk i������rid������ra for raiiltig  ft-.tl the rale of lutikan warshi'iS at  Port Arthur  Nanaimo. 13th���������Geo. \ViUUmn,  Manager of local Bank of Commerce  for pa������t 15 yean, been tnuiM^ued  to tdmilat petition *t Bault fit*  Mario,  '"/      v  Farmer Smallweed���������Ah, Wnllnool Aa  how's my little city uc*->ht>w? Coma to  Visit bis old Uncle Ulrain. eh?  .   SMOKE..  "CUBAN   BLOSSOM"  A  UNION MADE CH'.AR  FROM'THR���������  Cuban Ciger Factory  M. J. BOOTH, Proprietor,  XANA1MO, B.O.  BYM    OBiYtmUD,  COl'RTENAY, BC,  HREEDER nf Holstein Cattle, Chester White Pixs,,   Barred Plymouth  Rocks, &c.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES.  NOTICE.  I lop to ii ft im lie \v. . "a  nn nnd after J nuury 1st, 1904, my  buHii-st- will.be strictly cash,"by eo  doin-' I can give my Patrons better  satisfaction.  T. H.CAREY, Tailor.  Short Coal  Mining Course  "PHIS CONTAINS only tbe 'information  ucc n'MU-** to qu dity pert-urn-, to pass  thi Mine���������F>)n:i-.a������'n Kxatniuationn.," I-. required leas.-work aniV leua time than the  .Mihplete oour.e, yet those that finish it will  h*ve a good kn������������wledge ol the art of mining.  Subjects Taught in the Course.  Arithmetic  VletiHuration and Trigonometric FunctiouB.  -.t-ra-e-LML-j with in Coa. Miubb .  Mint; VentiWinn". ~"     ^   E ������������������ n mil* Geolouy of Coal,  I'roepectiuK   for  C ial   and   Location    of  Opem>i*s.  -'.liatttr, Slopes and Drifts.  Method" ,of Working: Coal Mines.  Mine Surveying,;,  Miue Maohitiery.  ���������   ..   THE r'TRKNATIONAT. ���������  00ltB't>,P',-KDVNr,B   MUOCL  SCRANTON, PA. f  JHE ADVANTAGE tbe public  ^;b?s in purchasing wher-e tbey  live i-Hl-hey see the article and are  ���������not disappointed ae when sending  ttwav.  P. Stoddart,  Watchmaker    and /Jeweler,  sells goodp^at Eastern Prices and  hasja nice stock to select from.  EVERYTHING in SOLID GOLD  _All_p_ui_cbas-*e engraved  .... fren nf" cburiie ..  P.  STODDART,"  Dunsmuih Ave., . Cumberland.  INFORMATION ; WANTED  As io tht* ;i''h''Tf������,ihniits of C P Thistle*-.  ������ho left Vancouver about io m nth- ino  for Cumbenanu. Any particular- ve^ard-  intr same will be gnitefullv received by  his uncle, Rudolph Uistler, care of R S  Robertson,- Cumberland, BC,  7 2 PIECES OF  FREE  itoOluboeli  "Wrtl, th������w'i  4lom rountl here,  keup 'urn ott !��������� by  totR of bwtrn an U-  an tbo only wny w������- ouo  workln the bell rlugerl  hnttoe to Join A. Club'  1UD  Thfl  raorlpA..  ko.lt  :aU,������a anil.ll-iyft Hon-'  bodyiboyla  lo.Araa  iro, It a   iltBlvei^., _���������    purpn-M booki -Mid pojlod lotHi, muUo aud inuslciil  o-ildjolntbeHuhiatXlFeranr Mu.  BonttU.RlveiarQwondertulTnarablQi you to  dpo*-lodloat������j muids aud nt  leoureiro.  frw  bleoMhpr  roomitnm  iTOl  anroTileTfofftVmmlMN, Ii  ember wcelvM tuo official maj-i  an-wowmieiitorii  "��������� "���������       Md Vftllltt-  talniolul)  a addition,  . .jelf .Inolttiflni" ��������� pfooM of lilah-oluM voeal an-l In.  itrumt-nul muifoifull ilio* each month without  <_Ktr>_pn_-,ri_-r7fJplWiJn o**������y**-������rln all.  \OU  "row" wo-rwHIi  mouiha if you  ������i������������*i. If you  -   Torlhrco  '  pamt  wjii  i ������������*>  tatm>  wftBt to dd������o and Bot your dollar toweu, Ii  don'toare toip������n-T |ijp. ������������*nd noonti Tor I  month!momttriBlp/Moliodr can afford to  ihlio������r by. Voti will get yourmonar bat  p offer wllUoon ebanje, write at onoa ad;  SB your ii-iter ana vrTotoUng ������t,00_for Jfiill  nVmbwiWpor iwent-f-ttvawnu for tiuoe  A^m  aut  nbat-a It. You Veep tbe bell r\xx%\x\  food an plenty an tbe critter* won't git  ftt---'Chtcafo Kewa.  0������ly ��������� l,ltfl������ fll������t-������f Te������n������erat-ir������.  "Veil," b������ wild, "I eipf-tt'd a warm  welcome."  "And -too didn't pH Itr  "I ������t>t a hot r-H^ptlon."  "Oh. wt-ll," wa������ the contollng com*  ���������tent. "It'a on������"f ��������� matter ot defm*.'*���������  Cblctfo E-mU  mmmtmmmmmmtmmmmmm  Wmpeuee Tee ���������������������!���������  JortflfttotB nfeo bad IwuNd Into tiM  water tt mn % wm trm Uimim m  I  \mmm  N<w In Its S*IS Ymt  The lt������dt''!: mhin-r pirlo-Hiii of the  world. wHh the utroncM idltoilal itaff  olanyioelinkalr.'Wtcition.    ,  Stihr-rlptlcti 50,00 a ymr (Including  VJ, f>.. C������,*"������!,"n' Moxlcan port**-:*.)  Th^    |-*.rii>,'A_ ������--il  PAane CoMT  MlHKH In..   . i.'i'-:������������������".   _      .  ,   }tivl- wpU, froil. C������n4 (or Hooa  C������lu!-.:T'������.  e ���������  :       WILLIAMS BROS,        :  ��������� e  Liverv Stable  ��������� -5 ���������  ��������� TkAMSTKHS AND..DlUYMteN     ���������  ��������� '  ; Single and Douruk ric"^ :  '. fok Hiue. All Ordeus ���������  ;   Fhompti-y  Attended to.   ;  ��������� ' ' , *  : Third St, Cumberland,B.C.  When in MbpM  STAY AT THE   VENDOME.  Mr    AU CoSVfNTKNOW FOK  OURNTH.  TltK BAH 18 aui'Pl.lRD WITH  Best Liquors and Cigars  R, 8, ROBKf-TSON.  INTERESTING      . INSTRU0T1VE  "CORRECT ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT.':  A Monthly Maoazisr I)kvoted to thb  Use of English.        "  Jo-tBVHiNE Truck bAKfc.K, Editor.  Partial Conten a for this Month.  Cuur-eju Gnf-ltuh f-.>r the Beginner, ".  ("our*f io K iglish for th-s A������lvauc������d Pupil,.  How t������ Inurea--' One'* Vocabulary.  The Ait ot Conversation.  .Should mui Woul*l:   H. w to Use th*m.  I'liuiuni-ntto���������- (C'-"t������.    r> -*'itinary).  Curreui English in the Home,  <J ri-fUl Kdgluli in the Sch<jol.  What tu S&y and What, Not, to Say.  ("nu*-s'������ in L-ttW'r VVr>im uotuatioa.  Alphabftiu l<at of Abbreviation!,  huvaienf English for uu> hu������iu-.tt8 Man,  (Joui-jouiia Word:   liow lo Write lUem,  S'.UUit������ in Eugli.v|i Ltn-rature.  $1 a Year   Bend 10c for sample copy  rOK'KECT VMim, Evanston, WI  "-"  i   ���������������-���������--������-���������  TENDBRS.  Ke Mortgage Snle ot i'roperty  hereinafti r mentioned  TENDERS will bi- reeeiv-'il by the under*  signed up to one i.'dook p m, Satmday,  tibruiir. Uth, 1905, fur the purchase of  the West half of North Wes*. quarter ot  Section T������n, and th������ Wts-- half ot the  South W, at quarry of Sec ion Seventeen,.  Hornby l.sland. Nanaimo District, locally  known as ������O.T. Mitch Mi's PI nee,"  The undeisi-iued does not bind himself to  accept any teuHir.  C.N. WESTWOOD, Mortgagee.  22 K ng'a Road, Victoria, BC.  HIE! A, DILIiOH, J.P.  NOTARY PUBLIC. CONVEYANCER,  REAL ESTATE INSURANCE AOENT,  COMMISSIONER SUPREME COURT BO  Rent> received, d^Hs collected,  Farms valued,     Deeds register**dv  De d", Wills, Mining Papers, &c, drawn.  OFFICES,    CUMBERLAND, B.O  "Ici on Pa.le Fiancaiu."  For CANDIES  -N-0 V-E-I-rTI-E-S r���������BlCr-U-RES,__  Frames and cleaning  of frames-.   .  D.   HUNDEN  Cumberland.  emmmmmmmm**emmmmmmmmi^*mm������mm*mmmmmmmm*mmm^m*mm*mmB-  ooooo onooooooooouor  I Livery j  teaming  .0 I am prepared   to O  g furnish Stylish Rigs ������  O and do Tenming at O  ^ reasonable rates. ������  O D. KlLPATRlCK     O  ������ CUMUGRLAND ������  ������ o oooooooooooooooo  LSI.   1077,  v^;M.V.lVf-.tLLAN '  '''"':'^^':;W6.0L CO.  T>HE,!'.B1G'   OLO-ES TAB LI $ HELD   HOUiiEl   HUYINf.  TltK EBOiMr-������iiiM-*i nnd Mimih * lovattAi,   JiJ  .. aolUoaiw-.y, l������-.'������Ygi-; m  HIDES SENECA^DEERSKINS.  r.xi������ o rut"H s FHDQ  imi>o Bli' r s#-.r.,vJnO  '.    ,.-,' '/oo-_i/   iifi..*;-T   AVt. Nonni  MlNNEAr*'0.Lt!>w';;;t '" '���������'+;[ *     '-���������-*���������.���������������-....������. *,.. 4*1 INN t, sot A  wniTt';Vq -AKir.TF-T 9-J^ ci^-LA'^'A.uh i\!.r.i'i'0';i i i>  ���������>mii'" U J Ami-''vl. I;i(6i' Witiiis ,AnU sum a<ai*n t-5  THE CUMBERED NEWS  laauad ���������������*���������** .Taoda*.  w. a. anobbs^' * '.;;-���������     ���������   MQR  ....   ^^^^MMMM-^-_____gjgMB-tC38-Br<^,<l|l'1'lt^^  wW^htoe,Pre������^r*.iuvWw.o.������.t.  Lac*.  *. r.|M   of   ���������*^V"B  "wKDSBSDAY, APRIL 19. 19U5  Kspmait & Manaiifl Rs  CiimhBPlajnd  Hotel"^,,���������-fc  COR; DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND    SECOND     STREET,  CUMBERLAND  B. C.  Mrs. J. H. Pikkt, ProprietreaB.  When in Cumberland be 9ure  and stay at the Cumberland  Hotel, First-ClasB  Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and Public Hall  Run in Connection with Hotel  Rates from $1.00 to 12.00 per day  Evils ot  Politic!.  ' '  RIith*?rn���������Dur old friend, Colonel Beet-  tmd, Is another instance of tne strenuoaa  life of politic*.  Blathers- Bow** that?  Blithers���������He sued ah opposition party  paper for printing a caricature of him,  and the jury derided'that the picture flattered the colond.-Ohio State Journal.  What H* Probably Heard.  *As I passed your hou������* last even-  tar." he said, **I thought 1 heard an au-  fel singing.'*  "Ves," she answered idly, Ml was at  the theater last evening. Ber cousin,  however, and her twin babies were at  onr boos* visiting the cook."���������Stray  Btorlea.  Union  Itntmetfa.  Most houspkeeper*- have wondered what  the white powder covering the nutmeg i3.  An old spice dealer Is authority that as  soon as the nutmeg in gathered it is rolled  , in a Hme made from burned oyster shells  In order to prevent its destruction by the  weevil, and it is this dust that remains  upon it.  Mace. Is one of tbe outer coverings of  the nutmeg and is> preferred by many  cooks because of Its color.  Considerate.  '���������The portions of slenk are rather small  this morning,'' said Mrs. Starvem apologetically.   "I'm sorry"���������  "I think it's very considerste of yon,"  replied Mr. Starboard "since it'i so very  tAUfh.'-.  WaVerly -Hotel  Firat-Ciass Accommodation  .. ..at Seasonable Bates...  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  Hotel  H1ETS  s. s. "City of Nanaifno.  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 ��������������������������������������������� for  Nunaitno, calling at  North Saanich  Cowich.in Bay, Maple Bay and Crofton  when freight or passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.in., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m, for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  S-tils from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria,   culling at Crofton,   Maple  '" ���������;��������� Bay, Cotvichan Bay and  North Saan  ich when freight or passengers offer  North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions permit.  VANCOUVER-NANAIMO BOUTS.  8. S.     ���������'JOAN."  Satis from Nanaiino 7 %.m: daily except  Sundays.  Sails from Vancouver after arrival of C   P...R.JI>ajn_No. t. daily except Sun-  3010 Westminster Road  HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds, now in  1 sto-k and tested as to vitality. Whole-  I sale and retail.  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees..   ..  SAMVB   C.   JDJL^Tl.^,    FROPE.IETOS  RHODODENDRONS,  ROSES,, QfcLKEN-  HOUSE AND HARDY PLANTS  for Sprang Planting  BEE  ���������FERTILIZERS -  HIVES   and    SUPPLIES  English 4 x BURTON always on Up; also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS-Anhenser, Bohemian, Sohlite, &c, " OLD GRSY BEARD "  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquor** of a* kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence of Mas  Davis, will be found First claa* in every respeut.  BATES,..       ....       .... $1.00 per day upwards.  Campbells' : BAKERY.  A Fine Selection of CAKES  always  on hand.  FBESH BBEAD every day.  Orders for SPECIAL OAKES promptly attended to.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS.  CIGARS <fc TOBACCOS.  HARNESS  iir   WILLARD is prepared to  * ^ ���������    fill any Orders for Fine or  Heavy Harness, at short notioe.  Dunsnmir Avenue,  Cumkrlaiiil,  Green house full of Plants, Cut Flowers  Floral Work. Catalogues free, or  cull and examine stock.  EASTERN PRICES OR LESS.  M. J. HENRY,  VANCOUVER, B.C  Jvlorroclu Bros  \  days, at I p<������-  TIMETABLE  EFFECTIVE  OCrOBKK 5th, 1904.  VICTORIA TO WELLINGTON.  N,, *-Duly. No. .-Sun-a*  A.M. *'  De.900... Victoria *������8 301'  <������   9,28 Coldstream ...."' * 2b  ��������������� \Q.'H. Knenig'B " 4"2J  <��������� jiOO Dimoaa'a     *' ������00  ������.*". r"'  ������������������ 12.35.. .Nanaimo  **   8*2  Ar 12.53.. W-iurfleo Ar. 6 6.'.  WELLIW1  1������   TO VICTORIA.  No. 1-Ds.l N, 3-������uud������>  A. M A.M,  De.   ������.00 Wellington...  Ds. 3 0  .������   8.20 Nsuainw  '-SI"  10.02.. Dw-can's  *'   5*0''  ���������1 io.42     RV-enig"*" "   ������ -"������������������  a \\ 38     Coldstream  "   6-82  to 1206.!.. ...Victoria  Ar 7.0U  UNION BREWING Co,  *       NANAIMO,   B.C.  The yearly return of the Bock Beer season is  of interest to the  brewer at? well as the public, and the  WiLMRD BLOCK,     Cumberland.  Nanaimo Cigar Factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEST  ON  EARTH.  Maunfactured by  P. GABLE & CO., NANAIMO, B.C.  C. H. TARBELL.  DREAD. Cakes and Pies deliver-  ed daily to any part oi City.  FULL STO'MCOF  Groceries  Will again show that special care has been taken in the manufacture of the superior  article.   The Union Brewing Co.'s Book has hem breweed for a number of months  and stored in their franou* cellars until it has reached the proper age, and is now  ON BRAUOHT AT ALL HOTELS.  High Grade Stoves  and all Kitchen Requirement*  E, EMDE  ���������x*  SPORTSMENS GOODS  & GENERAL HARDWARE",  Thousand Mile and Commutation Ti<-  Wet* on sale, *-'>od ovei rail and ste;tt���������ei  lines, -it two and one-half cents per mile,  Special trains and steamers for Excur.  f-jons, nnd 1 educed rues for parties muy  be a nailed fur on application to the  Traffic. Manager,  The Coiii|.iimy reserves the ri������;bt to  change without previous notice, dteftnterti  vailing date* and hours; ut tniling.  Excursion Tickets on .vale from And to  all Smtionti, good ftYty-lng jour^-Sitt-  urdity und Sunday^fduriiliig nut later  than Mondav.       w  GeQ.L, COURTNBY,  Traffic Manage  ���������������������������  NOTIOE, n|  Riding on looomotivei������*nd n������ R  way oars 0! the  Unii>������������ ^Ulcry  Oompmy Hy ������ny penpn or tjf  ioni--exoet>t tmin crew-w *t-fw������3  prohibited,   Kmwioywi ������w tjfr  leot to dUiniiial lor mII^^|������hb*  VmH&h P W������'*  Manager.  KtmCB M HBKKBY 0IVW tli������liP  issImWyat th.Pr^lnoe of Bnt_* Ool-  K theImt torlht������������������mwotmt������������������r tht  Z!7������ml ������f the emeaBt of the etDtwl ���������������������  BARWAKP > WQ,������WL  golis������������of������f>f>h������AWllfil<i  I  I  I  POINTERS  IN H-EOARD TO THC  NOR'-WEST  B  1  I  1  1  i  I  ���������  ���������  ^UttliHtO ON THI,BTH'****���������-���������*TM et "������OH MONTH  Pointer No. 1-U l������ a ptireljr Wesleni C-iri.lInn AgrlcnKurnl Paper for Western  Pointer Nell-������������'^ -,������ Uht.tratcd, reH������Me,  Pni.fr No a-Ft������'tcvMm ar5"s r frthwb in n-V-nnce. nnd the nnprr l.i promptly  Pointer No. 8   wu   ������ ���������    ������     ^    ���������    ���������,.���������,, u      ,, -e,,|i.-...-wciL  Pointer No. t-TheKor'-Wc-.t Fanner Is t e oit.y a.rleiiliuisl Mpa- printed in  Pointer No. |A^^^^^ ������������ M.altoh. nnd the N.W.T,  Pointer No. ^\W^^lV^^^e -th many dollsrs to euM  snhsc"' bur.  Pointer No. 7-Morslty It Is above reprnnch,  I  I  r  1  1  1  K  I  t  HOLY TRINIT YCHURCH  SERVICES.  Holy Communion every Sunday at 8 prru.  ���������first Sunday in the month, il am,,  Morning service, 11 a.m.; Sunday,  School, 2.30 p.m.; Evening service,  7 p.m.; Choir Practice every Friday  at 7,30 p.m. ,  F. G. Christmas Pastor.  From Now to December 31,1905, for $1.00  1nclu<*l'i(t1i������m*vnlltc������nt',i������*lftlNniM  Numlwrivi.l Un ImIiiik a i<9"4 lr<������,  Tlit������i)im'ry������uMinlitli������tiv<iaiiumki<iri  )'���������u will r ������������������������!,tt. Hub,, r|li������ uuw.  8������m|)l* copy will fret u|*on itquNt  ADDEEH8  THE NOR'-WEST FARMER, Limited,  P. O. Box tS10, WINNIPEG, MAN.  JJHHHBB ��������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������iaii^w"'>K  liRisncs.. nnii.,,.1  . stents taken tbrotmh  ���������KWlalnotlootnths  Cumberland  -MnvmaMsaaaaiBaaaB-si  WANTED  MEN AND WOMEN in this county  and adjoining territories to represent  antUdverttie an old enublinhed butinesi  hou������ nf solid finnnci'tl tundinir. Salary  to man $si weakly, to women $12 to Sig  wtckfy with Expe-nwt advanced each  Monday by check direct from hendquart-  tn. Hnrte and buggy fumithed whan  necmaryi posittnn parmanent.  Addre** llkjw Bma. tt Ca, Dtpt A.  lionmi BWg. < Ch^go, 111.  sntabla.  v ,.���������tWII.M  Patents take  lunotlooiu.--  80IEHTIFI0 AMERICAN,  biwrtlfallrlllmtratsd. lamtt ������-r������������������  fpyiolentltlo journal, #Mkly,t������rmi.  ir.&O ���������<*< month!    Hponlmon eopina..  BOOK ON t'ATSNTt* tout Ires. AtUraM  andl  ���������������*  X  i SKf&t,������i,?o������?;io!:  ii  J   ���������������������������,f".������H-*������Ht.OoM,T PAn.tam-������,b������  nrt abaft tatm-M1-* *>���������*-"  1 udirilliMp'U'wMil'Nu  !������4  ObUiwble in PackoU alio in bulk,      The belt talon in the mark*.  LOCAL AOKNTS-CuMwnuHD,  COUBTBNAY,  MoncrB Napier & Pahtridok.  Mfwra J. McPhrr & Son.  1 aa,1--   TOOb<  t.o. twx������o������t  ���������Mtooi-tf J taaa, Maaa-tt-t. fc  -**>..���������-- *   THE HUDSON'S BAY CO.,  DISTRIBUTING AGENTS, VICTORIA. B.C.  ���������jSi-*4*' CANADA AT ST, LOUIS  WHAT SHE SHOWS AT THE WORLD'S  j        FAIR AND HOW SHE DOES IT.  ���������xhiblto of th* Dominlou Are Excellent  and They Are Properly Pluplayed-  llany Grand Prlies, Gold, Silver and  Bronxe Medals Carried Off by the Product*  of tbe   Noithern  Half  of North  |     America.  Canadians may well be proud of  the showing made by their country  in the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, writes the special correspondent of Tho Toronto Telegram. Not  In the matter of prizes alone, although Canadian exhibits are carrying ou* grand prizes and gold, silver  and broaize medals galore; but the  displays made by the Dominion are  St credit to the country, and no single  American State or foreign country  receives more prominence, taking tho  exhibits as a whole, than does Canada.. This is due not so much to the  favor of tho Exposition Company as  to the efforts of Mr. William Hutchinson, the Canadian Commissioner,  and his staff. Canada has a building  of her own on the grounds, and every one is made welcome there. The  Canadian "exhibits' in'the various departments are large, well selected,  and prominently and skilfully displayed. Moreover, a frank campaign  of education is,.carriedr on with immigration as the avowed object, and  that it is not without, fruit is shown  by the'fact that'{wo...hundred and  fifty applications haveV already been  made for farms at' the "Canadian  Commissioner's office. The Canadian  policy at St. Louis ' is to show  people how good a place Canada is  to live in; prize getting ia a secondary consideration.  Canadian Gold.  The feature of Canada's mining exhibit���������the feature at least which  ���������tops the crowd���������is- the vault with  f50,000 worth of coarse gold'; in., it;  little trays of dully gleaming dust  and nuggets, in the brilliantly light-  ad interior of a vault, or. rather,  model building, composed | of glittering' crystals and myriad 'samples  of Canada's ores���������gold, copoer, iron,  lead,   nickel,    graphite, - manganese,  tietroleum, talc, brick clay,    cement,  Imestone, cobalt,   platinum,    silver,  sine, asbestos, coal, corundum,   gyp-  rum, mica, salt, Blate, granite,   fire  clay,   felspar,    chromite,   and   ahtK  ____nony.���������__^���������~���������-.���������~^~������������������������������������������������������ -*  The exhibit is an extensive one,  covering 10,000 square feet. It -is  the largest made by any' country in  the Mines and Metallurgy;" building,  ���������which is quite appropriate, seeing  that Canada supplies 85 per cent, of  the world's production of corundum,  90 per cent, of the asbestos, and 50  per cent, of the world's nickel output.��������� ���������; ���������'.''��������� ������������������:  The asbestos display is, next to  that of gold, tho most attractive in  the exhibit,v samples being brought  together in the form of a dome,  lighted from within.  In the mining exhibit Canada won  two grand prizes, twenty-six gold  medals, 29 ailver medals and fourteen bronze medals.  Canada's, mineral production last  year was worth $63,226,510.  When It Comet to I'loturc*.  In art Canada does not shine conspicuously at tho World's Fair. Tho  atatemont is .made candidly, and no  offence nood lib taken. Canada's exhibition of paintings does her no discredit, and has received justly, much  favorablo .comment at tho Exposition; but-the exhibit does not proclaim Canada a .loader, of the na-  tiona in the art of pictures-making.  Tho pictures then-solves aro good;  many of tlicm aret'familiar to To-  rontoiilanb from O.S.A. exhibitions,  but, as might bo oxpoctod, the young  aatldp, busy jn clearing her forests,  ��������� getting population, making G,, T. P.  bargalna, and oponlng up her territory has not had tlmo to develop  picture painters who outshine the  masters of Croat Britain or of  Europe.  Canada'! art exhibit ia In tho British section, in tho art building. The  pictures, thorofore, cannot escape  being measured by tho hi ghost standards, tho British pictures bolng declared by aomo oxporta to bo tho fin-  tat in the building. Tho Canadian  pictures occupy four rooms, tho exhibit bolng comparatively small in  thli respoct; nor is the wall space by  any 'moans crowded, Portraits aro  prominent in, tho.soloctlon., Thorearo  soma typical laridscopcs and soa-  ���������capeg, and a fow pure picturoa of  Canadian llfo, such aa Mr, Crulck-  ���������hanka' "Breaking tha Road In Win-  Ur.'t  \ '���������  fpleadld Fertst Showing,  Canada'a timber rosourcoa are em-  phaslzod in no uncortaln manner at  tht World's Fair. Thore are two aopa-  rata and complete exhibit*, the m-������  by itaeif in a spoclal pavilion in the  **>������_��������� jo( the Canada building, the other In tha Foroetry, Flah and Game  building, where It endures, and endures wall, comparison with tho  similar exhibits of American States,  TVwe l������ but or*s exhibit q! v.voJa  Which txcolls Caunda's, and that Is  la tht Philippine quarter, The magnificent Filipino furniture woods aro  thert shown in all thoir splendor of  alze and flnonoaa of grain, from tho  log state to the finished product���������  great polished tables worth (some)  king's ransoms. This part of tht  Philippine forestry t-vhlbit excclla Canada, a> It excclls the rest of the  world, simply because tn tht Phil in.  ���������iMf, and no place else in tha world,  do such furnrture wooas grow.  But Canada has pulp, pulp for the  world for ages, pulp such as no other land can, supply, The million and  a half square miles of black spruce  that form one of Canada's greatest  assets are not to be forgotten. Canada has, in the display of commercial woods, an exhibit that is absolutely unique, a twenty-five foot pyramid of pulpwood, with panels show-  Ug the wood cut into strips, the  . rood shredded, and the sheets of the  final product.  A "Wonderful ������������������Rot-tic Brlr'g-e."  There is als0 a "rustic bridge," fifty feet high and covering eiehty feet  In Its double span. This is composed  of samples of tbe 8,070 kinds of  wood Canada produces. A Yankee  schoolmarm queried this -statement  the other day, arguing that it could  not be correct, since the United  States, with greater variety of climate, has not that number of woods;  but tlie catalogue of the Department  of Agriculture, Ottawa, with every  variety tabulated, convinced her.  The excellence of Canada's woods  for furniture purposes���������the oak, the  birch, the cherry, the walnut, the ash  ���������-ia shown by many beautifully grained .and highly polished samples. Iii  the'davilion in the rear of the Canadian building Canadian timDer  may be seen, from the log to the  finished piece of furniture. Some good  sections of big trees are shown here,  and also planks, boards and timbers.  There Are Eleven Bean.  ��������� Closely associated with forestry  are fish and game. The Canadian exhibit in this respect is excellent, the  Government's own display being helped by that of tho Grand Trunk, and  the special exhibit of the Intercolonial, both railways bidding, and neither in vain, for a share of American  hunting and tourist traffic. Tlie fish  shown,/are "whoppqrs," the birds  splendid specimens, and the eleven-  Canadian bears���������from Little Tiny t0  Old Rough Bruin, in all the varieties  of black, brown, white and grizzly-  are certainly the finest animals ever  exhibited.  ^The Government gets a grand prize  and a bronze medal for its forestry  exhibit, and; the grand prize, silver  medal and bronze medal in its"���������'��������� exhibit of fish and game. The Grand  Trunk gets two gold medals, and  the Intercolonial one.  Canada and Her Fruit.'  It is perhaps as big a surprise to  the dverage Canadian as it is to the  average American to find Canada  making a neck and neck race with  California in tho fruit exhibit's; these  _two_.competitors-~leading~all-other3r  Some World's Fair visitors cannot  comprehend how the Lady of the  Snows ,can rival the southern State  in, fruit production; but Canada "is  there with the g0ods."N There are  two odors that greet the nostrils  when you enter the Horticultural  building, the odor of apples and the  odor of oranges. Canada is not very  strong in the orange line, but she  has allcomers beaten ja apples; and  her peaches, pears, plums, grapes and  small fruits are no mean companions  for king apple.;' "u  There are some two hundred plates  of apples on exhibition, and more  than half'of these are apples that  were put, in cold storage in.;';'1902,,  Whon the Fair opened in 'May,fresh  Canadian apples were, of coursoi nonexistent, so ninety-four varieties ol  1902 cold storage apples woro  shown, As tho season advanced this  year's fruit began to come in. In October the exhibit had 'three hundred,  cases of 1902 apples in reserve, so  that the display proves both tho native excellence and the superior  keeping qualities of Canadian fruit.  Product* of the rami,  "; Canada pf course shines in hor agricultural exhibit, Tho display in tho  Palaco of Agriculture is ono of which  every Canadian may woll bo proud.  Its chief featuro is a huge pagoda of  grain, adorned with paintings of Canadian livo stock and flanked by  Pyramids showing exhibits of baking  powdor, tobacco, chooso, whiskey, alo,  honey, mapla sugar, biscuits and button Maplo sugar and maple syrup are  vory proporly given groat prominence, part of tho exhibit being a  model sugar bush, with trees, snow-  covered ground, sugar camp, etc., all  in miniature, showing on ono sldo tha  old way and on tho othor tho modern  mothod of "sugaring." Every province In Canada produces maple sugar and maplo syrup, and Queboo  yiolds half tho world's supply. Canada produces 18,000,000 pounds of  sugar annually nnd the Canadian  product gets ths bost price; and only ton por cent, of tht maple sugar  trees aro tappod,  Such information at this is distributed gonorously by means of tab-  lots; Indood vigorous advertising is  manifest in all tho Canadian exhibits, tht policy of tht Canadian Commissioner, Mr, Hutchinson, bolng in  advance of that of all tht American  States'in that respect.  Canada'! great wheat bolt, 1,800  hi ������00 imivu wide, with  " acrr-fl for cultivation,  Is given due nromlnonct. United  Statosors also have their tyes opened by tht Canadian tobacco exhibit,  with tho information that tobacco is  igrown In Canada 850 miles north r>f  the American tobacco rone,  Magnificont apoclmons of potatoes,  mangel wortaels, turnips, parsnips,  boots, carrota, etc, art displayed on  a central table In tht Canadian section, after tht manntr of Canadian  fall fairs.  sine ot xmpenan5m."������ on tne.-rur-  thering of the Imperialistic spirit he  based our only chance of becoming  a great people. Canadians, he said,,  should realize their part in public'affairs, and not leave the conduct of  the country entirely to professional  politicians. This was necessary if fret  representation and the freedom of the  ballot box were to be maintained.  To avoid Americanizing; influences  Imperialism and Canadianism should  be preached through the medium of  the press, the church, the schools,  and in the House of Representatives,  .An Imperial Press Bureau; in-London,  Eng., was also advocated, by which  the interchange throughout the' Brit-j  ish Empire of newspaper editorials  fostering Imperialistic sentiments  might be eflocted.  Present day Imperialism, continued  the speaker, was not a mere self-satisfying jingoism; it was a vital force  necessary to human progress and national entity. .Religion, commerce,  travel, education, invention, science  and literature were a continual reproach to'the separatioriist. The little Englander, tho little Irelander  and the little Canadian were the op-  posers of this spirit. They were behind the times 0f the 18th century,  to say nothing of the twentieth.  INNER SIDE OF THE EYE  APPARATUS    FOR    PHOTOGRAPHING  . BACKGROUND OF ONE'S OPTICS.  Between Two Fires.  Severe Mother���������"You naughty boy I  How dare you tell such stories?  Aren't you ashamed of yourself for  being a little liar?"  Injured    Son ��������� "Well,    mother;   it  ain't my fault.     Father gave me   a  awful thrashing the other    day    for  having spoken the truth."  . Mother���������"What do you mean?"  Son���������"Why, when I told you that  father had cor������ne home quite drunk  the night before!"  Dirt and Filth.  There is a vast difference between  dirt and filth. There is nothing more  wholesome for chickens or human beings than good, clean.earth. Filth,  on the other hand, is the poultry-  man's worst enemy and is the fruitful cause of about all the ills poultry  is heir to.���������Poultrv Herald.  Dr. Thorner, of Berlin, li Now Able to  Dlagnoee Eye Diseases from the Apparent Condition of tho Background of  ,the Bye'i Interior-It ���������is Pog-r.ble to  Distinguish Healthy Eyes Readily From  Diseased Ones.  Dr. Walther Thorner, of the University Eye-Clink: at the Royal  Charity in Berlin, has devised an apparatus by means of which it has   become possible to obtain good photo-'  graphs of ths background of tho eye.  This result, though long desired   by  oculists, has hitherto been found impossible.   Dr, Thorner has, however,  accomplished this important step in  the treatment of eye diseases.     His  contrivance  constitutes   a   material  improvement of the ophthalmoscope,  invented by Helmholz in 1850, which  admits of looking at only the background of   the eyes.     Owing to its  peculiar construction it has been impossible heretofore to photograph the  interior or back of .the eye.   It is   a  matter of great difliculty to  illumi-  ���������     MJRO-7ITO OF TUB KT������. y   v  nate "the interior* sufficiently to, take).  a serviceable picture, and even' If  jtrong. sources 'of light were used tha  exposure would last too long, rendering necessary a fixation of the eye,  which-in,!turn would cause serious in- ,  convenience- to the patient.  Dr. Thorner first succeeded in bb-  taining phojogranhs of : tho eyes   of '  cats, but the. *��������� interior of the jhuman ���������"-  eye being intich    darker it ��������� required .  many    improvements ������������������   before    good  photographs   of *She   same could   be  taken.   The changes proved perfectly,  satisfactory.' With' a soft light   tho  eye is first, so focussed that its bach;  yields, a clear imago on   the photo-'  graphic plate.- The plate put in, the  camera itself   is opened" by   pressure'  on a special   lever, and a flashlight  composition is ignited by means   of  an'electric spark, generated in a storage battery.   The background of the  eye is lighted^up for a moment   sufficiently to produce a good image on  the plate.  It impossible to distinguish healthy  eyes readily from diseased ;6nesjrth'e  eye of a short-sighted' person being,  for instance, characterized t by a peculiar ring around tho sunliko, illuminated centre. Oculists will now be  enabled to watch the progress of eye  disease's' or. disorders' step by Bte'ri.  The' apparatus also permits of taking a-picture of any separate part of  the interior of the eye.   ��������� , .  "    i  Much Prom Little. ''  Although the doctor cured'him  Wicli a homeopathic pill.  Hg subsequently'llooi'ecl him ��������� ���������'  With an allopathic bill.  ??4r--\  Pretty Near the Truth.    .v   .  "No, I don't think much of a man  who usps a'perfume.' Do ybuV"   *' '  "No, indeed. Usually he isn't Worth  a scent." :   .. .  -."**i������A.BA*rn8  PHOTOORAFHIKG  A Query. ������  I'm very modest���������would not hint' ' j  At any merit in my versf.  ���������, ^l  But when I see the things they print j  JL sadly ask, "Can mine be worse?" j  tt  r.-llcs Jw"w hi  171 ,nnn ,rvAft  Vraetteal Imperialism.  Mr. William Wilfred Campbell of  Ottawa addressed tho Empire Club  In Torgnip rtoontly oo tbf "practical  BREED UP" YOUR GRAIN AND'BANISH WEED'S  WITH  A  Chatham Fanninq Mill  Let us show you  the way to 40-  bushel wheat and a  weedless  farm, the  CHATHAM  FANNING   MILL  way. Pay us when  it pays for itself,  Nov. 1st, 1905.  Let us double the  value of-your farm-  and multiply your  bank account by  two, with a  (CHATHAM  FANNING   MILL  Pay   us  Nov.   1st,  1905.  in  The farmer's life is a constant battle with the weeds.   A farm gets better and better or worse and.worse j if the weeds are not ,'  defeated they soon bury farm and farmer under their parasitic le|*ions.   Mid the struggle with the weed** still another struggle goes,*-  on, the fight against grainless stalks and shrivelled, shrunken grain.   Like begets like and' every grain stalk is bound, if breeding '  be'neglected, to have many undeveloped, shrunken or unfertile grains thereon.   If they.are planted what happens ?���������more grain  stalks of the same kind spring up, the pollen from'lheir sickly tips fertilizes other healthy tips and begfcts a grain field lull of barren  .stalks taking just as much nourishment from the soil as actual grain bearers.   Likewise,' the w^eds appear, no effort, being made to , ���������  rid the seed grain of their foul presence, and they have increased a hundredfold. ; \,;.V"!i  ,)'  '.,'  The problem is clear i you as a practical man, know these troubles as grim realities arid you should plan to stpp^tlfeini, Z.et  us show you liow you can do it with a t    -" / ���������' , ' r     *' '*f'^  CHATHAM FANNINQ Mll|,  your land will become freer'and freer of wefedsvtintil the farm Is clear of them: let usshowtypll r  W;;  how each year your land will become freer'and freer of wcjedsvuntil the farm Is clear of them: let us show*J;pll how you can get  fancy prices for every bushel of your grain for SCCdi how yoifr'farm can be made to yield 40 bushels of No. d ha>d wheat to the acre.  Til 6 ���������llRt)llllll Ftlllllinff Mill is the Worker of these fatni wonders, It is a seed Separator that riefsyour harvest of all" foul ��������� ���������  weed-seeds, pigeon weed, cockle, mustard and especially wild oats, It turns foul weed-seeds'itnd cracked,'imperfect.{jr-ins from money- ,  takers id money-makeri for you feed them to stock for profit instead of replanting them to renew their soil-exhausting growth and ,  labor loss, ���������''��������� ��������� ;':',.. ������������������!',' '"'���������  The Chatham Fanning Mill is a Seed Grader that delivers to you, pure as virgin gold, the large, full, plump ������nd perfect grains ���������  that sell at top prices or, if sown, will bring forth from your land other1 harvests more perfect still. ;���������'        ,     .   ��������� ' ���������.  No farm pays just because It happens so to do.   It takes brains to win.   Weeding with a hoe Is a heart-breaking task, the  cultivator is, but little better s why not get rid of that pest of weeds altogether when a Chatham Fannin-jMill makes it such an easy  matter ?   Some weed plants carry as many as 375,000 seeds on a single stalk 1 thmk*what.that means it they are replanted.   There  is hardly any market for low grade grain,   Let a quantity of cockle, mustard or wild oats creep into your/product and down goes  your grade while down goes your price.   If you sow uniform, perfect (i������di" It Will all ripen attne same time* there will be no loss  from harvesting short, immature, unripe grain-heads, and practically the whole ,crop wlllirade No. t.   pid*tyle mills hardly did. ���������  more than separate grain from chaff, light and heavy gralnf were mpie or less mixed andfoul weed seeds ever present.  To plant.  such seed meant rapid crop degeneration and a weed-exhausted soil* iThe only Fanning Mill that ejeins and grades with abiO''  lute accuracy and perfection every seed or grain .that grows on eatitfli the CjUtham. , '    ,    ,      '  IT SEPARATES OATSFROM WHEAT BETTER AND FASTER THAN ANY MACHINE MAD#     .  There are many other fanning mills but the Chatham Is the superior of them ill, : ;'  'It has an automatic device which keepi ihe screens and riddles free from clogging 1 Ut hns 17 (.teens,' insuring a wide range  or work and accurate adaptability to the particular work at hand 1 It ha* both side and end shake 1 a'screw feed insures regularity  and its automatic bagging device is the greatest labor saver on any mill made. ���������   ���������'  ''  IT IS EASY RUNNING, QUICK ACTION, AND CLEANS ,40 to 60 BUSHELS OF GRAIN PER HOUR  Repairs, which art rarely neededrift cheap, always en )i|n'4. wd, easy tp get, The  Chatham Fanning Mill has been a prlte winner whereVershoVn. TheMtnltoba  wheat that won the Grand Prlie at tha Parii Exposition of-teofia'nd .tMfeld medal  at Charleston, S.C., 190*, was cleaned with a Canadian Chatham-Fanning Mill,  The price grains from Oregon and Colorado tt St. Louis Wo;ld't.pair .were cleaned,  by a Chatham Fanning Mill. Ovtr l������o,ooo are in me, every one1 giving unqualified  satisfaction, Mills, sold In tt6f etVbCttaf to-day, u goeeV'u ever. The Chatham  Fanning Mill ii etooJuiely ejn#m}fa fiw-year*, ,,Th������M art a f������w of the  mtew why the Cbathaa- PdiiilM. JIHI i* UlUi 4luwi.au/ othw ������������������������ iM4������lc. Ti������e .  Chatham Mill oaya for Ittelf hefer��������� ymfrmy ������������i th������* suvtajj on ������,i* ������������*rf������ of j-*tmti for  one year pays fer It. We will-sell you a Chatham Fannin* Mill and yon nnsd  ���������el par mm aiat w tl mw Koraaiber, 1M#.  Wkleh shall H b������-*HH rem "brtad n ���������, (at em (f M bfwd.lt 4������w������" t WjBm,������f_** ���������������"���������������������  who kttps Buying naw farrai and bupfdlng \������\%M hm\jt wlU na be the unfortunaui who worries  about tho wort mm ' Von muit -ioeids. Ttt Chaiham*Fannlng Mill points lb* wiy to b������n������ tlmis.  Rllit IWU hnnP'T������nlUM nitl *f Wl������<l" ���������-* ������l tit <rh:U iIjm- j.vjffi-.-.-t- fej:;:i: .**_.;* r**i*<i *���������*'*���������  whoro tad far* "aformoiiot in foamJ, yoa caanoC'sflord ������ safiu. Tbe book U frsa, sand far It  u^oy, A-Moulcardwilldo. 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J WESTERN  CANADIAN  EDITORS |  ���������  ���������  *  ���������  ���������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a********  A Series of Articles Describing:  their Lives, their Aims and -  Their Influence. ���������  ���������    ���������. ���������  No. ,21. J  DR. J. H. C. WILLOUGHBY   ���������  V;  DR; J. H. C. WILLOUGHBY  Editor of the Saskatoon  Phenix.  Newspaper work, to? be well done,  demand the exercise of qualities  many and various. The ability to  write is, of course, a sine qus non,  but keenness of observation, rapidity  of judgment, a good general knowledge of a wide range of subjects, and  intellectual sympathy and versatility  are even more necessary elements to  success. When these are combined  with sound business sense, and .their  happy possessor gets into journalism,  his success is a foregone conclusion.  Men who are fortunate enough to pos-  -- sess~t-hese-gifts-w.illrJn_all_probabilk  ty, succeed in whatever activity they  elect to devote their energies, but in  no department will these qualities be  more speedily recognized, or more  quickly rewarded, than in the newspaper business. It is the very essence  and spirit ol! journalism that, in spite  of itself, it proclaims in every issue  the character of the forces controlling  it. No newspaper can "run a bluff,"  at least for long. Its errors, both of  judgment arid of fact, are patent and  apparent to all who read. And the  converse Is equally true. " When a paper is sound, sane, and moderate in  its views, reliable in its statements of  fact, and vigorous and enterprising in  its securing of news, It is rewarded  by a public confidence that is its  most valuable asset. By its readers  it is spoken of with an esteem almost  amounting to affection. Its opinions  are regarded as though .they were the  very oracles of the gods, and tho competitor that would seek to usurp Its  place in popular favor will have "a  hard row to hoe."' What the Toronto  Globe was to tho Ontario Grit In the  time of George Brown���������what the Free  Press was to every Manltoban In the  days of W. F. Luxton���������that will any  paper be In tho territory in which It  circulates, If it represents and embodies, as did they, certain well defined ideas or standards. But behind  thoBO Ideas and standards, In the case  of every newspaper that over occupied a position of pre-eminence, was  a personality, of which the paper was  but the reflection. The man is always  greater than the editor.  Among the Western Canadian .papers that occupy a position that in  somo sort corresponds with that indicated above Is tho Saskatoon Phenix,  It comoH easily within the half dozen  newspapers In the Northwost Territories. In some respects It Is one of  the most reniarkablo papors published In tho West, Its growth, both in  size and circulation, has been phenomenal. In thin respect it corresponds with tho town in which it is  published, Five yours ago Saskatoon  was hardly big enough to be dignified  . even by tbo title of a way station. Th������  original towu wits on tho opposite  Bide of the river���������it la now given a  nam������ "ftll to Itself" and called Nut-  ana. Tho railway station was moved  across tbe Saskatchewan, and houses  and stores were ferried over, or now  ones built, to koep the roundhouse,  the dopot and the water tank company. But till 1808 or 1809 Saskatoon  was as dead as Queon Anno. With  those yours tnoio cuiuuiouc-u iuv iu-  Row ol pvpuhUon Into tho Cnnndlnn  West that has boon ono of tho most  reniarkablo movements of modern  times, and tho deserted prairies along  the line/ of the Prlnco Albert branch  br-r-nn to bo dotted with farms and  diapered with fields. And Snshntoon  became ono of the Meccas for Immigrants from tho onds of tho earth, It  was nt onco a rallying point and a  distributing point for nowly arrived  settlers from the Canadian East,  from Britain and Europe, and from tho  United States. It In doubtful If a  town In America of equal permanent!  population did an much busings* n������j  was done by the Saskatoon merchants j  in their wooden shacks. And, day af-;  tor day, for moro than a hundred miles f  In every direction, east to the Quill i  -���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**������������������������������������������������������������*������������������*'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������****������*������������������-��������� ��������� i*r.v.t  Lake country, and west towards Ed  montoa, driving their stock ahead of  them, and walking beside their waggons loaded with the lumber for the  building of the new home, the stove,  the most necessary house equipment,  and with a plow and harrow to start  the tilling of the fertile prairie, the  new settlers struck out for their homesteads, and started in to develop the  country tributary to Saskatoon. The  town grew like Jonah's gourd, and in  two seasons became one of the most  Important in the Territories.  In this, its formative period, Saskatoon was fortunate that it had among  its citizens farsighted, level-headed,  enterprising men. They recognized  the necessity for a newspaper, and  they founded one���������-the Phenix. Its  founder, proprietor and editor was  Leonard Norman, formerly of the  Moosejaw Times. He it was, in conjunction with some of the more promi-  La grippe, pneumonia, and influ- i  enza often leave a nasty cough  when they're gone.  It is a dangerous thing to neglect,  Cure it with  Shiloh's  Consumption  Cure ar*  The cure that is guaranteed by  ,   your druggist.  Prices: ; S. C. "Wells'* Co. 809  25c. 50c $1,  "LeRoy.N.Y.,Toroi.to.Can.  nent citizens, who snaped the policy  of the paper, which for two years he  controlled, until. ill-health compelled  him to relinquish the task at which he  had succeeded so well, and sell out to  the company of which the principal  stockholder, promoter and moving  spirit was Dr. Willoughby.  Mr. Norman recognized that one  good newspaper was much to be pre-  ferrpd to two or more poor ones.  Knowing that on politics men could  never agree, he decided that the'  Phenix' politics should be���������Saskatoon  Political policies were judged accord  ing or not as they made for the welfare and development of the Northwest Territories in * general, and the  Saskatoon district in particular. The  men who established the Phenix knew  exactly what they wanted, and set to  work to make the newspaper realize  their_desft-es^ The utmost diligence  "was used"to"secure" capable corfe"  spondents throughout all the large  territory in which, .the town desired  to be regarded as the business centre,  The local news was aimed;-tp be their  oughly and brightly covered" And, politically, the paper was to grind no  body's axe, and to pull the chestnuts  of no party out of the fire;. The local  Board of Trade had much more to do  with determlnlg the tone and direction of its editorial utterances than  had any party leader or any party association. Thus the Phenix was laid  down on unusual, and on broad lines  It had clearly defined- for itself a  sphere o������ usefulness and activity, and  a policy which, if adhered to, could  hardly fail to make it a newspaper of  paramount influence in the territory  In which it circulated.  Nothing Is more certain than that  the Phenix has adhered to the policy  it laid down for itself at the time of  Its establishment, nor that, by so doing, It has achieved one of the notable successes of western journalism.  Outside one or two others, no territorial newspaper, is more carefully  read by the editors of the big dallies  than the Phenix. It contains all the  news of its big district, and It is always put together In a readable,  workmanlike manner. Its editorial  comment is temperate in tone, and  welgthy in proportion to Its moderation. Its typography loaves nothing  to be desired, for every issue Is brightly printed. The confidence and pride  of the Saskatoon business men in  their paper Is attested by tho many  columns they take each week to toll  of tho business news of thoir stores.  Mechanically, tho Phenix is an excellent paper���������a credit to western-jour  nallsm In general, to the staff that  gets It out, and to tho supply house���������  the Toronto Type Foundry Company  --which furnished tho material.  Tho Phenix is owned by a com-  Avers  Feed your hair; nourish it;  give it something to live on.  Then It will stop falling, and  will grow long and heavy.  Aycr's Hair* Vigor Is the only  Hair Vigor  hair food you can buy. For 60  years it has been doing lust  what wo claim it will do. It  will not disappoint you.  olmn.rWitbT.ui-rny h������ir'"  ""*  lias. J. U. Villa, OolMMeSpHags.Oota.  /. C. ATJtR. CO.  fop - l*w������H, Mm������  ft m������tirttfi*.  M^gjMltjJj  Short Hair  pany, one of the principal shareholders being the managing director and  the controlling spirit of the, concern,  Dr. John Henry Charles Willoughby.  His is the personality of which the  paper is a reflection. He it was that  in the first place set the metes and  bounds of its policy, and it has been  he that has seen to it that the Phenix  from week to, week travelled oh the  course he had marked out for it. Dr.  Willoughby is even more interesting  than his paper. He has all the personal qualities noted at the beginning  of this sketch, and, naturally, his  popularity in and about Saskatoon is  unbounded. Furthermore, he is a  notable and picturesque figure in the  life of the Territories. He came to  Saskatoon when it was nothing more  than a. name on the map, twenty-one  years ago, in 18S3. He was then hardly more than a boy, being twenty-three  years of age, haying been bom at Co-  bourg, Ont., in''61. In the interval  he had been educated at Peterborough Collegiate Institute, at Upper  Canada College and at Victoria University, had graduated in medicine  with the M.D.C.M. degrees, and had  taken post-graduate courses at both  London and Edinburgh.  In 1SS5 there broke out the Metis  rebellion in the Northwest, and  througout the whole of it. Dr. Wii-  loughby served as surgeon and purveyor-general. He it was who sent  the despatch to the Government, intimating that the half breeds were arming. Dr. Willoughby was the first  prisoner captured by Riel, and on his  escape his knowledge of the country  caused 'him to be selected as despatch bearer by General Middleton  to telegraph-head at Clark's Crossing  after the fair of Batoche.  In 1887���������years before the Renaissance of Saskatoon���������Dr. Willoughby  removed to Regina, where he at once  took a prominent place in the life of  the Territorial capital. He was for  six years in the council, and in 1S92  was elected mayor. He was always,  during the whole term of his residence  in Regina, one of the most active  members of the Board of Trade. For  fourteen years he has been a justice  of the peace.  In 1900 Dr. Wiillougby returned to  Saskatoon. He owned one half of the  town site, and was appointed agent  for the trustees of the other half.  With the wonderfully rapid development of the town, his real estate interests kept him pretty fully occupied.  However, he finds time to superintend  a fine farm, in additon to his editorial  and financial duties.' He had 500  acres under cultivation last season,  and owns onelbf^he^fiiiesL.PUEei.bred.  'Ayrshire herds in the Dominion.  Combining these multi-phased interests with his medical work, and to  do them all well, it will be seen that  Dr. Willoughby is no sluggard. In  point of fact, he combines with attractive personal qualities a power of  organization, a breadth of view, a  range of knowledge, and a systematic  industry that mark him as one of the  most forceful figures in' the life of the  Territories. He is not by training or  inclination an editor: yet by bringing  to editorial .wark a well-thought-out  policy, and those qualities and attainments that liave. made him successful  In medicine jmd finance, he has  achieved one of the most conspicuous newspaper successes in the West.  That such should be the case is a tribute to the opportunities offered by  journalism in the rapidly growing  West, and an Indication of the sterling judgment and ability of one who  has so well turned those opportunities  to account.  \  ���������Jnat   the   TIiIiik Tlmt'u  Wnntctl.���������A  pill that acts upon tho stomach and  yot Is so compounded that certain in-  BTOdlonts of It preserve thoir power to  act upon tho Intestinal canals, so as  to clear them of oxcrota, the roten-  tion of which cannot bo but hurtful,  wus long- looked for by tlio medical  profession.. It was found In Parmiiloo's  Vegotablo Pills, which aro the roHUlt  of much expert study, and nro sclontl-  flcaiiy prepared as a laxative and an  alternative In ono.  It takes two mako a quarrel, hut  three can make it easier, whon the  third party Is a mother-in-law.  MiuTl'i Uaineit Cirei DjptiirU  Those two deslrablo qualification*1,  pleasant to the timto und ut tlio sumo  time orroctual, aro to bo found in Mo-  thor QravoH, worm Exterminator.  Chlldron like it.  In tho prosont war Russia haB won  many glorious vlctorios. Tho trouble  Is that thoy never last through two  editions.  MESSRS. C. C. RICHARDS & CO.  Gents,���������After   suffering   for seven  years with inflammatory rheumatism  bo bad that I was eleven months confined to my room, and for two years  i could not dress myself without help,  ryour agent gave mo u bottlo of MIN-  *.T>rva t TVfMfT-VT 1n "M?.*', I*"1?   r.r.t!  nuked mo to try It, whlr-h T did! nnd'  was so well pleased with tho results,  *I procured moro.   Five bottles completely cured me, and I have had no  return   of   the   pain   for   olghtocn i  months.   Tho  above  facts  nro well  uuurtu   to   i*������uk>uuu>   ta i.us tmtM'.u  and neighborhood.  Yours gratefully, A. DAIItT.  8t. Timothoe, Quo., 10th May, '09.  The New Way  to make Bread  Send for the " Royal Household ������������������ Recipes���������  they cost nothing���������and may mean better  bread���������better pastry���������better baking generally for the rest of your life���������think of what  that would mean to your' family. If you  have never used the new Royal Household  Flour, there is a delightful surprise for you iu  the first batch of bread you bake with it-  just send a postal card for the recipes.  Naniamo, B.C., Nov. 2.<jtli, 1904.  I have been mutiny bread for nearly  twent-five years,  aim Royal Household  l-'lour is the best I have had for either  Ereatl or Pastry  (Signed)       MRS. ROBT. ADAM.  THE  OQILVIE FLOUR  MILLS  COMPANY,  LTD.  MONTREAL.  i!  J  Mliiard's liniment Cores Diitenper.  Laugh and your husband will laugh  with you, weep and. b.e will go to the  club.'  Tliey Cleanse the System Thoroughly.���������Parmalee's Vegetable Pills clear  the stomach and bowels of bilious matter, cause the excretory' vessels to  throw off impurities from the blood  Into the: bowels, and expel the deleterious mass, from the bowels. They  do this without pain or inconvenience  to the patient, ��������� who speedily realizes  their good offices as soon as they,begin to take effect. They have strong  recommendations from all kinds of  people.  Warts disappear under the daily  application of a drop of Muriatic acid.  When applying be careful not to touch  the surroundingskin. Tbe acid will  caiisePtlie "wafts "to" turn black "and  drop out.  It Im ���������an Officer of the liim of Health.  ���������When called in to attend a disturbance it searches out the hiding-place  oif pain, and, like an officer of the  peace, lays hands upon it and says: "I  arrest" you,": Resistance is useless, as  the law of health imposes a sentence  of perpetual banlshmnt upon pain, and  Dr, Thomas'1 Eclectric Oil was origi-  Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil was originated to enforce that sentence,  /  $100 Reward, $100.  The render of this paper will be p'eased to  louru that there is at leasr. one dreaded diseass  that scionco tins been nbleto cure in nil its  stiiRes, and Unit is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  'Cure is the only positive curonowknow to ths  in ed i on 1 f rn to r������ f fcy. < nt-irr ��������� holni? 11 constitutional dieonpa, require-1 it constitutional treatment, Hall's Catarrh'euro is taken internal.  ly, actinic dirMlv upon tho blood and mucous  surfaces of the system, Uierbv destroying tht  foundation of thu di^ons-o, and alvlntt the pat*  lent strength by building up the coustittn ion  and assistiiif*- nature in doing Its work, The  proprietors lmv������ so mm-h faith in its curat'-*  powers thnt they offer One Hundred Dollars  for any nnpo that it fails to cure. Send for.list  of testimonials.  Address F. J. CHENEY. Toledo, Ohio.  constipation  Bold Ik nil Dru-Mrists, Ida  Tako Hall's Family Fill* for  DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR MONEY  ���������a Sastarn and Southern Grown Nursery stock  that will not grow, but write for our ontiiloffu*  of hardy Apples, Craba, I'luniH, Cherries,  Gooseberries, Raspberries, Currants, Strawberries. Roses, Ornamental Shrubs and Trees  Hed.eand windbreak Tree*, Porrmilal Plantt,  ete, Trees thnt will vrow In Maiutob- aod  the Territories     Address  BUOHANAN'ri NCRSKRIK'8  Ht. Ch.ifl'8, Man,  ! J-iJ  Rtifllnn officers uwc������ar thnt they ������nw j  rorpoffo rtnrtfs nmon-r iho NrffMh fish-'  Uig   boats   they lately nttneked.    Hi  would nnt ho -tnrprtvlm** If ibev ������nw '���������  sea Hcrpetn*.  llftvo    you   trittl    Ifollow-ijr'i- Corn ,  Curef   It ho������ no eauiil Tor removlm*  th*������n������    trmiblftnn*m������    excr*t-e'������ri**������w,    n������<  many hav������ te������tin������4 who havt utt* It,!  Superfluous Hair  lamav������4 by tha Naw Prlnalf It  3)&3IUracfa  Ik U betUr than ���������lactrleUy, baaMtt  II doaa not soar or product a naw growlav  Btttor than X-ray. beoaus* II deai ������������������!  barn, aoav or paralyit tba tisiuat nidar  tht ikla. Bitter than dapllatoriai, b������.  oauM il II aol polionouii thtrafora,  il will not causa blood poisoning, ������r  produc* tiiama, whloh il io eommtti  with depilatories, and don not bratk  oif thi hair, thiriby inorauing Im  growth,  Bliolrolyili, Xriyordtpllatorlaiara  offarad 70a oa tbi bar* word of ibt  -*-M������*������i ������ n A w>������**inf������-������l"������iT*fe t> II  MIRACLE ii nob. It ii tha only math������d  which li IndorMd by phyiioiaai, tar*  gaoni, dermatologist*, medical jo-ii-Mli  and prominent tnagacinia.  DE MIRACLE will be mailed to aar  address, sealed in plain wrapper lor if.  "tour money t-aua wanouvuueniioa a������������  (aili (0 do all that if olairoed for il.  Our booklet ��������� tht moil oomplil*  traitisaon Huperfluoui Hairavarjpab-  Uibad-containlng tha ttatimoniafi of  aimatouiphysioiaai and lurgaooiaad  thoaa of bundradi el othare���������will ba  ���������aal tree, ia plain, naiad aaralopa,  upoa request. Writa for II It-day ta  DB MIRACLE CHEMICAL CO., U  Qvmr fJTMlf W-mt, TOtOVTO, ft  fiSnrtlMPtWSSttr  TORONTO, ONT.  The Best Family Medicine.  The best, surest, safest and  most reliable remedy for alt  Liver, Stomach and Bowel  troubles. You will save doctor's bills, sickness and suffer.  ing if you always have and uso  Beecham's  Pills  Sold Everv-where.     In boxes fS cents.  Cordovan  UiedinH.B.K.MitU,GIOTBJ  and MoccAiini���������tough u whal*  bone, flexible, toft, pliable, icorcsv  froof, wlnd-proot boll-proofs  crack-proof, taar.proof, rlp-prooii  cold-prooi; almoit wear-proof���������  cartainly the graatait leathef  erer vied is mini and |1otm>  Like buckskin il li tanned  without oil, ttnllkt budukb it If  not poroufi it ii wind-proof���������will  outwear three buckikioi,  -1*111 to" Mitti and Giorei  nerer crack or harden, nerer get  aodden, are alwuyi warm, pliable.  10ft and cornforttbli.  Sold at all daalen but natar witrV  out thU brand:���������  n.B.K.  BRAND  BUD30N BAYTNinUia CO..  ���������eatfreej  Wtaalfeg   Dewteo 1  AsV   M   U   Mo HO .-4...  jjwst^ytiiii-'r*!*1 :..'-V-"*s s'r*"-%-- ���������->--���������������������������'- --������������������-������������������-������������������ ������������������-'!���������������������������������������������--.."���������������������������-���������--���������''���������������������������*>'  ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY,  j^a^s'eription $2 oo a year,  .K iiV.'.i li ���������      -  ������������������ - i    ' ���������  W. 38. Su&erson. fl&Q.r.  *3T Advertisers who want their ad  cnaugeti,   should  eet   copy in  by  f a.m. iav before i88ue.    l  The-Editor w.ijll not be responsible-far the  flews, seatimeots, or any errors of composition of letter correspondents.  ^bb"Wbrk" Strictly C.O. ������>:  -franaient Ads Cash, in Advance.  ThemoBt productive industries' in  ���������on r pr oyi n ce a re a g r i c nh u r e, m i ni n g.  fishing, and lumLering. \\\' should  take knowledge of the fact that agr,i-  .culture is far and .awav the most  iroporlant of these. We have Ihe  *oil, tihe-.climate, and all the other  natural aoce-'sorie'',   We have also  I        it  ���������; ���������   :u ci    -      ' \   i,   .,    . ,  theIbeat .market for farm ond garden  ���������products, and ye,t we import moat  ���������Of the vegetables that we con&ume,  and even aome farmers tend their  .-���������  .*.  ������>..������������������    ~. ������������������ ���������      ���������      i  rgood money awav for hay and oats  If" after a fair triaj, on scientific j  principles, it is found that, it does  hot pay to farm, the land should be  put to some other euitablo use.  perhaps sheep farming would he  more profitable. Mutton raised in  Comox has a reputation for excellent 'quality and agreeable flavor.  In any event there is no reason why  ���������this bjuisnecs should not be made to  pay Iha-ndRornely. Toere is a fortune in store for the man who has  th,e* means, the energy and the ability t<o atari a sheep farm on a oom- ;  jparatively large scale in Comox.      ���������  ft is curious yet true, thatso many j  ���������apple will' give   *   truthful and  Mrs Cairns' brother, Mr A. McDon  aid, who was   killed   by   an  .Ernst  bound f-eight, while pr> secuting lr,s  duties us road   boss of Ute   section. |  From appearances, it would  seem '  thai the deceased had alighted'fruui  his velucipede to examine the track  and while fo engaged, had been tun  down by the train.   The velocipede  was found uninjured on the  track.  The late Mr McDonald   was   well  known in ihe district, formerly own  ing the iarm on Den man Isd. now  belonging to Nakano Bros., but has  for tho last 20 vears served as ro-id  master Jor the C. P. II.   He lea.v*>  a wife to mourn his tragic ^n.ding,  who lives in   Vancouver where  the  funeral took p'ace, Mrs Gajjrnt* n -  main ing over f..r the last functions.  At the Big Store you will tin 1   New Designs in 'Wall  Paper.     We can helw you  make your house ohe<*rfiil and pretty ao u  very little outlay. '  A large afsortment ot ^  different design's in wall paper to choose from |  At all prices from l"Qc. per roll tip to almost 3  any price.  NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN that f  1 the umlernoted have made auapplica-  tion foi* a   Hotel License under the  pi-Ovisious of  the'Statutes in that  behalf :���������  Moses  0. Ireland,  Valdt-z 1-lund.  Bold  Point    Hotel,  ^ery decided opinion on public  ���������questions and affairs connected  \wHn the management oi public  Intuitions ���������?* confidentially " but  when the occasion arrives for them  to give expression to these convict-,  ions publicly, they have not backbone enough to do so. A. man or  woman who knows when affairs are  piBimanaged in any public service  ������r/inatitut-iim and can produce evidence enough to prove it, but who  fears to provoke the wrath of a fa-  yored few is a coward. The person  who speaks manfully for what is  *Hgh.t is not wlways shoved to the  wall.   Eight in the end prevail.  it    ,     i . ��������� ���������  The Board of Licence C.-mumsionevs will  meet to consider the above Application <������u  Wednesday, the 3rd day of ' May, lfW-5.  at the Court-house, Uouiox, at the hour ot  2 p m.,  JOHN THOMSON,  '*"' Chiel Ltctuce Inspector,  , Comox Licence District.  Cumberland, B.C.,  April-17 th 1905.  At the Big Store, this week spevci-  al sale of Black Kid Gloves. Regu -  _l__r_p_rices $I.oo and  $1.25.     8ale  price 50c pr,only.  telegraphic  News  ~���������r���������f ' ���������  ^yjiile tho deferring of Railway  Trgialatioxs w,as a  disappointment  \o qaany-. ancj has dashed the hopes  ���������^fftll. Premier,  Mc Bride's reason,  that he would haye no more paper  jailroacJB, is a good one, and should I  -cpajmend itself to the pepple.   Had '  ^ny bona fide prpposiiion to con-  ������tr,uot, under condjtions favounvblo  jo the country been advanced, it  would undoubtedly have been taken  ���������jpby the Government.  I'1 'J....   ' ��������������������������� .J ���������     ������������������'   ������������������ ���������   IJ  DEATH OV ANDREW McDONALD  ��������� ��������� I      I...  1        , I , , . !  NROBE'S  j, '��������������� i  Roat^master Mc Donald, of the 0,  f, Jt. ,WttBkilled at Valeon Priday,  ���������r^piil lib. by feeing run oyer by a  Tbe utatement regarding this sad  occurrence given out by tho C, P.  IjL, is aB followr.  ���������*��������� Wo regra iGnnuounce thnddfitli  of Roadmantor  Alex.   Mc   Donald.  He wan uoing eaatun  **    ' . -. *��������� ... i...  W* il ������������������������,       II   -������ v.      ...  v'-ltit'i',������.'  le  i i  ���������.'   T1  bridge, about sir jniles v,'c>t of Y>lr,  at 12:55 today.' He han bw-n cm-  ployed on the' Pacific division over  ainpft the road whs opened. "  r Ktr. Mc Donald has for year* re������  sided on Hornby street, where bin  widow now Uvea.   World, Vun.  MrTbos CnirnH returned last  week Irom Spcnco'jj Bridge, wlmre  ho and MrA'Calrno hut] jjnn* upon  woeipt of the news of the death of  ru ���������. *(��������� ������������������> ��������� ������ ��������� . ���������������   ���������������. ......  Pari", 18th���������-The dsspatch from  Saif-on announcing thai admiral  Dejonquiere*} the French naval commander at Saigon is .proceeding to  Kamranh Bay and the departure of  a vessel of stores combine to indicate  tha.t the Russian rendezvous is probably in or near Kamranh Bay or  -shelteringalong the coast of Annam  St Petersburg, 1:8th���������Vice arlmi  ral Rojestvensky with a portion of  his squadron has oeen sighted off  Hong Kong sailing northeast.  Tokio, 18th���������Tho Navy department today declared the Sugara  straits a zone of defence with the  usual maritime restrictions.  London, 18th���������The cot respond  ent a������ Tokio of the Standard snyb  that a fifib domestic loan of $50,  000,000 has been eaticfuctorily arranged in the same terms as the  fourth domi-stic loan.  Fort Defiance, Martinique, 18th  ���������Today ashes and atones were  thrown from Mount Pele^ accom-  panyed at night by a white cloud  emitted from a point pouth of ihe  mnin orator. There was ahn an intermittent and loud rumbling.  Tokio 19th���������DIuouBBinp tho question of the presence of tho Russian  nquadron at Kamranh Pay, The  Jiji Shimpo declares that the use of  the Island of Madagascar whs a  breach of neutrality. If the uso of  Kamranh Hay is continued the pa-  I Hi r e a v ti Japan must n-f-anl it an-  nortrality completely i^ntired ami  'Ami will ihA bo ohli^t-il   to   u^pect I  S   if.H tU'lltVitlUV        \ lOlhliOllH   Ol    II*. li-   i  ���������.I'uiily iu d;sl'.i'it porta o,n������ not. *rn-  p irtant but whon e\w������ to the ^cti������e  of war it in an inipossibillty.  l.oiiiiuii, ioui" Tin; LuuJn_u i.;w;;,  \x\tt. papers keenly discuHB the neutrality question, for the moat part  in a strong pro Japanese strain,  The Daily MhU'** correspondent at  sJiuuup-'irc ?\.vet>   i������    furtbi-r   report  from the North German Lloyd stea-  mw Pin?, Heinrich that on Friday  the Russian cruisere Diuiitri, Don-  skoi and' Rion were scouting outside the Bay Nvhile a tug was seen  bringing colliers alongside and the  ���������warships were coaling and "that  many boats were transferring provisions to Russian vessels.  FOB   SALE  BUFF OUPINQTON EGGS for Setting  83.00 per settiug.     Prize Birds scoring 9S  -p(>iiits-atlN*u'iUno_Aud^j^O������^a1~jtlpply,  T. rAinsY. .Cumberland, '   --���������-,-.  -������������������B-BBMB--B^HBvwMa-a-BMB-a-aaaH__i__a-Baa*a������������_B-i--Bna-^^  A Guaranteed -C-ure for PU.es  Itohing,  Blind,  Bleeding or Protruding \  P.lci,     Druggists refund money it PAZO '  OINI'MJSNT faih to eure any ya*e, no n>u.  toi of how Iou'k 8liu������diii(-, in .6 to }& 4^i'?<  Firm application give������ chbo and rest'    5i>u'.  *  If your cnit,gi8t hasn't it .t'l-ud 50c iiibUiii|ih  and it will be forwaided post-paid by Paiia  Medioiu^ t\,\, rii   Louim, Mo.  iiJW IS THS Ml!  -OUR SPRING GOODS Are Now  Ready. This opportunity of ours gives you ev������ry enooui age-  meiit in matchless values for choice dressers. ONE DOLLAR  gc-es as far as two, You may lake the occasion in either of  two ways���������make it  ' PR MAKE IT A QUALITY GAINING OPPORTUNITY  *      AND PURCHASE YOUR GOODS AT.   b:  WESDOME BLOCK, ' CUMBERLAND.  w_-M---m'M--S*^^  KOBgatwtmm  Seeds,  Sei-dH,   for early aprh-.(_ sowing.  We have now a full liuo.    Special mites for J  large qnaiitities, at the.B'B Store, Cumberland.  Are you drinking our 35c special  blend Ceylon tea? if not you are  not in line, for must people are.-���������-  Napier & Partridge.  EGGS FOR HATCHING,  From Pure-blood Stock. Single Coinb  White '-.egbom Wy.ck.off strain-��������� tl*e  .greatest laver* in Aincric.i--Et-{.s, gn,oo  per 15. A few selected CockerelU for sale  price $1.50 each.-Apply, Jv������rhn J>^"  Miller, Little River Poultrv Yards, Comox.   Mail orders attended to,  ^oyal Bartk of Cariada  Capital (paid up), .". ���������'. $8,000,000  ���������Reserve ffund. 3,000,000  Undivided Profit*,     302,743  T. fj! pNNY, FaiMTOWT. *��������������� Ij- l'������ASB.- QmmM Mahaoi -    " BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Bavingfl Ba^nk D>ipart������ienti---Dep<������i������8of ������l ������'ul upwards rfloelvodj-Jntere.il arr  lowiulai' current rataij (Ki.nprtuiidijil swi������* ouoli year on 30wh Juno and 31������*, D������o������nboat  ' R.E.WALKER, MamaOBr.  OFFICE KOP'RR 1Q *o ^J    Saturday 10 to 12; open   Pin Nights' 7 p.m. to ������ 0^  . _^  ^������������������-.���������^���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������lB*a--'-a__a_____*laM>^^  NOTICE IS HEREUV GIVEN* that  it is my intention to apply to the Licence  Commissioners for Comox District, on  the 15th of June, next, for the  transfer'of the Hotel Licence of the  Riverside Hotel situate nt Conrtewty B,C  from myself to Andrew Charles Hummer  Thomas Foster, Applicant.  Dated at Cumberland B.C. this 18th day  of April I9������S  -..  ���������������������������  q ,. '  CUMBERLAND     GUN  CLUB SHOOT  The fallowing in the wiore of the  Gnu Club  members  on   Monday  Aj.ril 17tb,15 birds, t tritpB.  T. Hate  1  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Choicest Meat$ ,  Supplied at Lowei-t Mwlcpt Priooa  Vegetables  A  Groat Variety will  always ho  lu Htoi'l- ;   til ho a mipply of  Fresh Fish  will bu on Siilo oviry Wpdnwidoy  IS  . JLZJL*   "7*^23   JLSK  [ T UST a chance to show you that  , J    we n) wnys please our cui"tomei������  U'.ulflor.  I'.-M.-i  ,R ii.  vVulkci.  H Mc Vim  R Napier  O Kechier  F Parks  F Partridge  8 Bhore  ,T Bruce  lo  11  9  s  (5  11  o  iu  8  0  10  7  ������������������������������������ a* ���������  Your patronage is uonlinlly tiiyltod, and  all ordurH will bo promptly dollvt-rod.  JJcPhee&Son  PROl'lilBTOHS,  Just received in 0, H, Tarto-lPf������,  flno asH'irtinent 0! nevy flies I'or  trout ti-'hinu.  M������-i>i������������>y,������.*,l-tmwvil>|l*N -avriNHt*-!*)  ������MiNM*i������i|-tM'ii wiHMarwiw  B ROW N   L KG H[< >K N   Kfri i $   VO K  ��������� by appplyinu them with the BE8T  MEATS at the lowe������t raaAet  pricoa,   A trial order will convince  ypu.  THE  CITY  Meat   Market,  W. W. MoKAY, Proprietor,  wwsui.uexwMotineiMfeKiaWBWRawewewewewe  Fletcher Bros.,  " "    1       I. L.I. ,      ' _      ,/  , I, > I v-.il!  li:.,  ���������i f .. ;.v vS ��������� 1 mi"*   -?*'���������������-v  in'-r si-'t-  i? K DtMWnN, t'onncnay  Out'of tin: lcadi- ������ ffiittirHH  on  Tuerdav night will be   the   Milk  Maid- drill.  TO ctmio A GOLD m ONiJ tiAY,  TaU LAXA.TIVK HUOMU (jUIiWli 1'ati.  1,   . ,      .,,  ! ''   '���������      ' '    "* fin d     iii- !">'-Ili-V if  it,  (nilfl to tnivo.   "* R. W, Gr.ivu'd *ii(|4tatior(- U  ,-,n ono'1 1:<i;;,   S5o,  tmmrm  Wall   Paper,   at  House Lining and  Chcup John's,        *  <limt nniveil,  timt   ci'tisi.'.'.-min'.,   Kmly  Ilone Sfied Poca'oe-i a**, the Pig S'.trn.  6 Roses Hun-j-arian Flour. $ 1 '75  Sack.  Nttutor APttrtridge.  ,.*,,.,.    ,    . *f. .  timiotti in j.iitfn-tf'iiuo  PIANOS  AND.  ORGANS  The   olobratod   OwuuTtn   Hbitxiiuii  Mr-*<M*i.������wiFV and Wb.mamh pianoi   From  $000 up,   TKRM9T0 8UIT   T  R, BATE,  Xioeal Ag������ni  /

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