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The Cumberland News Apr 26, 1906

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Array p*wr XirfriAAty-  t  THIRTEENTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND.   B.  THURSO \Y    APKML 26      igo6.  *  Your Inspection  Invited  of the Nz\n Goods  Shown at the Big Store this wesK.  Ladies, Mifses and Childrens lleitdy-to'-wear waBh garments  in the latest styles.  Ladies Linen, Crash and Duck Skins, exclusive Ktyles  Boys,Lawn, Duck and Linen BIoupps  Boy? Buster Brown and Russian Blouse Suits (fa?tool rs)  An Entire New Stock of__M_aBBJR_,  Ladies, Misses and Childrens Whitewear at  Popular Prices.  SAN FRANCISCO  RELIE  CONCER  r  0.  SIMON LE1S  LIMITED^  m * ,       * "  B.C.  Local and ! Personal  I  r  <  Mr Anton Ionian, who whiF^Io  the Vancouver Ho^itaWome tune  apo'for treatment oi'-bReye?, i������tm-  proving   -Mr Toman,   nome -AciirB  tt^i.hadonHeyeii.ju^ bya pov-  der.flasli atvlfariy t hi- y^r.   the  othe.wiM5truckhya-rockp!irtu",e,  WW* rely that he w.a> quite blind  font time,  Kiiiv or never $5.00'Bale f������T#������ 00  until mxt Tuesday������t Fricke*  HARDWARE SPECIALTIES  for spring ai'the. B'fc Wiore- li-hmg  tackh', Hammocks, IVnniB racqu-'iB  and llulla*- Uwu'mowers,. Garden  reele, Garden hose, Garden to is,  J_a������n sprinkle, b, Pnl'-T nettug  "floreen doors, Window blind*-, Wui|  pnper, Paint* and brushes,  We carry--arge stocks of thene  line*/, at lowest pi ice������. Your i>->  ronage solicited  S. Uisor & Co.  PROCASTINATION STEALS  TIME  as we know, but it also steals nood  looks if you put of uning Seven  Kistei's Hair Grower and Sculp  Cleaner when your hair is coming  out The drat of these articles in-  vigoratw the roots of weak falling  hair and promotes a now growth.  The Scalp Cleaner dissolves and  banishes every portion of dandruff  leaving thu scalp coat, moist and  healthy,  Next Sunday evening Mr Mo-  Naufcht will ������ii'R ft nolo in St  Georges Prosbyteriun Church,  Photographs at reduced rateu $5  sale for -Rot), until next Tuesday  at Frickes, , 1  .,..,.,.-> />rs   it r  THiid UiitoJ-ivv k^u ������'*1 .i....  OLdJuliVhJlij  Ib a charming woman with  abundant tiefiset. Comparatively  lew wow^-vvl vvitli th!-- Wn hy  nature, but recollect, Seven Sutherland Si-ter,t Hair Grower and  Scalp Cleaner will confer It. Of  course, you havo teen the ei.tera ?  Everv hai, and ihuuaantW !*���������������������������  have noted with wnvy their rwlund-  ant trwwi i-lowy ������������d ���������<>'��������� *��������� fl������k<  silk, Fvery lady may thus beaut  ||y her head, if ������he will.  A Chin-man last Friday ni-ji  apparently went insane and took y  ������������������4ie~^o'*dfjrwhw  the .following eveniuj-, when he  returned���������quite cured,  Mrs 10. Walker hits heard fro/.i  her pon in S'.-m Fi,ancisct>--all we I.  Mr Tar bell vested ay go'  a wi c-  t from his *-on G> orj-e from S.an ford.  Teiej.rram was filed on 18th.  Mi F Raiu'������av':'has also ��������� lienur  from hi* parents,''who ��������� are-sat*";  Aihen Edwards who left here I'm  San F.unoisa* after the disaster,  has arrived safely, MrSllain-*ay'������  telegram mentioning the facf, he  beaoing a letter from Frank Ram-  s; stabbing case  A fracas occuicd Tuesday niftht  in Chinatawn iu which one Chinaman'Bl������ bed ain ther in th<\ aim,  levering tho main artery. T.������  wounded man walktd fup to tlo  (ioetots office, bitted inn profusly end  very netiriy .ttccunibed before J)r,  Staples reached him. TiiOat-Biiiltii.i  wns la:er at rested by Con. Banks  and special Con. Hudson,  BOAT   RACE  A sailing match botweon K. Fm -  burn's "Thistle", J, WaikdV  ���������'Defender'* and H, Aitken's  "Columbia" took place on the liiKe  Buudav, the course being triunguj > .���������  from tho boat houses to around >  snug near the outlets, thence up ii<n  lake (0 lUe Bluifs, thence U������ek .>-  starting point, 11 mlhs in all, tlu-  "Columbia" won eitsily, but as thu-  is only considered .1 tiial race u hot  time ������������ promised  later,   when  tin  lJUIiln Hill Ot  iii.^ix   uj������ w.  u..l   ������.,  1H 111 lliiUii.     Hie    yvtuu    Wttt*    \m:  li-jduat-d hallliiig and the day  war  rumy.o iiervvia- many more wou)<  hnvi' wv,it������������������������ed th** I'itec.    lli.s wo  Blup tie Muyvr and the Council ���������-  Nob Hill kindly jjranlwl theuao 0:  the City pavilion on the   Hill   fo  the aouoiu datiou of spectators,  1 O.O. K. Concert and dance u  night  On account of illness, the New-  in ��������� day late tuia week.  A Public meeting was held at the  call of the Mayor iu the City H.d]  00 ���������yaturday evening 'to coiifjider  he q 1 tti n of (iKsit-iiog in sin- .S;mi.  Fraiicisco relief func\ iSo explanations were neces.-a ry as. ih������ mec-t-  ing was acquainted wi.ih the condition of., affairs cheated. by the  awful disaster that had overtaken  and destroyed thai city.  L..AV. Kunnp and J. A. Bate*  were respectively nominated for  Secretary but declined. On'inotio.i  Rev W. L.o-hl-jy lld'U was ajipoini-  eu Secretary prutem.  It'was announced by Mr Clinton  thai ibeOddf-'il-Jw.--. intended to df-  voeihir p o.-ei-d- of thei* foi.h'com  inii conct-r-s to tjo> R������lief Fund,so as  U)j,ive ihe Fund a good send off.  Mr John M at 1 hews sui-t'esied  tliiit a cuffiii'iiuw! 'he'formed a* onqe  to i'-rtk*.' np sun:-eripiioits.  The,laie.--f r<jp;iri-as to tile state  of "fj -j-'S in Fn^i'o wns handed by  'Mr Clinton to the chairman and  read.  M ved hy Mr W, B. , Anderson  set-onued by Mi* Jonn Matthews,  inal^i cuoscripiion. List be, now  opfueii, can it d  Moved, by -Nir J'.din Matthews,  ���������seeninicd by T E. Banks that Mr  Liinion ik;1 as Tieat-urer, carried,  in Ot'ti.-t-iaii/g io act Mr Cifntou  ur, ed "hxi the work, shouicl be'd-^e  The Lrdies Aid of Grace Ghurr h's  bazaar and concert held Tuesday  and evening was largely patronized j  and a most enjoyable time was  8pen 1 by all a Mending. The child-  ien'.-.ph.y was very clevtfrly.jpiit on  .-(lid ni'^ch admied. MrMcN.ugh:  and others eontrii'Uied to ihe pro  gramme, Miss ��������� Haggart of Union  Wharf, anew performer in Cumberland was heard for.The firsl time  in two piano forte selec ions.  The total estimated lwg-*   in   pro  petty-throughout thesta"eof California  io   the  late, disr.s er   totals  413,1': 0.000, lives los ,  8274,   probably far shor- Of: ctu.il   liveloti.  Harry McLean f 11 bust nij-ht and  broke his collar but.e.  The "fc������r.t-Cs.h Stat-  ��������� ��������� vi 1 <jk 1 y and. CwUipietTd'Telore'BaL-  urday t.ext  Tne following gentlemen were ap-  pointed on tiiec-.tniuiiite'* to collect  sub-crip!ions���������Robert Giant, John  Matthews. John ��������� Benniu, Tlus  Bickie, Joe Crosetli, Ma roe li Ma'g  rione,-t���������Maiis-on, T E. Banks, L,  \V. Nuniis, A MuKn ght.Cleo. Uob-  ertsoi).  Joe Crocfttti and Marct'lli Mag-  none unde loe.k lo canvass the  Italians, etc, Thos. Biokl'eand T. E.  Banks taucL an -..oliector-j for the  Chinese and Japanese, It. Grant  offered to ca vussthe Valley, ac~  ooiupauied by W. Wiilard, Manson  to act for Union Wharf.  It was sngges-ed by Mr McKnight  that collectors go in pair.*!, concurred in hy lit:* meeting, and committee to 11 ran-_e accordingly.  The I'olinwin;' amounts were sub-  ecrilM-id in n e nieetin-'.  \V, B. Aiidms n       $0.00  L, \V. Nii.,m* $2.50  GuoCl.nion ?10 00  John Mai 1 hows  Ruben tun ni  Monday  Thus Hi- kic  A  McKnight  Mo. d.iy  David Ponies  DllVld Neilisi.  A, .SouMiiviiiu  W. Wiij.'trd  pa* . Monduy  .('.bo Ki- le /  J. A   Br.-'"-  K.P-hM  T. K. Hanks  paid dnrintr \\<<:>k  Ti-,,. ,...  $0.00  $.'0.00 10 be paid  $20.oo  $10,00 to be paid  $5 00  $5 00  $000  $0,00   to    bo  ���������flOoo  #.V>o  ljt'l.00  $"i,Oo     tO     be  l in < enniinillee I'eiHiest-  I     1  ..   t   .      -. ,-.,'...<!    u ii h    dntiHetit..  Icopir..' oi    'lu   -; .b.vripih'ii   l.isi.  '1*1  I The .-fcie.i, 1, \ ������.<<<" ' ���������--'... to nt; ;>.y  J ������> many i> ]��������������� uilo-,, i-.opies 8B need-  t oil.  { M'������v.:d *������v .fohn Muitliewp,second  ! ed by Mr Clmi-m that meeting  j Stand iuljouiii-d till Krltlny iuxi,  ,������! K.H0,   t-ubject   to   hci.>:;    e.a)lA  earlier by the Mayor, hUmll H   be  found "mm.fB.-..i>', C'li.t'l.  Meeting adjourneil  ! ������  ill  Co  I*"  Co  D  Co  ^  S!^^  O  <*  ^'^K  ������^  ^  a-  Close;Inspection  of our Wall .Papers   reveals   their  great sup.-purity.    Onr New Pnperd  are sitnpjy the perfet-Uon of excel-  ience���������aho that pur  1908 Mies Tackle  is 1 he ' est.  "tjeTbate  ->' .. ���������-  -t   Dui! Evenings.  ��������� Are Banished  AA/'HEN YOU OWN   A  Colombia  -Graphophone  It Will Pkuvide" *  T'KJSBEST MUSIC  THE i< UN NlEST SONGS  THE MOST LAUGHABLE  S TORIES  JUGirr AT YOUlt OWN  FI11ESXDB, AT  ���������  ���������  ��������� ���������  A .SiOliKRATKX'BHT"       WTlTlVFOir  CATAUWUfc Oil CALL   AT       ^  ! FLETCHER BROS.  r$       VIOTOKIA, NA.NA.IMO  ��������� VANCOUVER  ?   vSolc Ajjeittw For  B. C.  ^������������������^���������������������������^^���������������������������������������������������������������''���������������������������������������������^  *mii**,w0*^������*������-<-<** '  April, 16th, 1906.  IMoaso take notieii that Mr Napi'-r mis di-posed of his in-  leruHi in Hie hti-iiit^s now carri<d on hy the firm known AS  Napier* I'ai'tridi'n aud Unit all owniu- accounts duo to  t!,flh������n������.nrinni������iHt������)������ wailed wiihin tho  next  ten doyn (10)  M'Utr that date, unhv������ .������������������atr-fio,:ory aMain/t'inoniH   are   made  fnr all pmnm.ta thon tfuo, muic u'w! or placed f..r collection.  (SIGN KD)  * '.'������������������'"���������> .''������������������'':.-  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  By IRVING BACHELLER  ?X*    Copyright.   1300.    by    LOTHROP   PUBLISHING    COMPANY  (4-H'^*M'**H,*''������,HK*,****w *tA-4.^**������H'*������-*J������**H������  +jf ,|. .-. .. j.������������������j������^4>.H-,M"M-*K-'4-H',i' 't- 't' t '*' 't' 'l' "->' 'k'V'vv v t '*' 'l' 'I1 'I* "������' '> 'H'  Continued from last week.  F.est of all at school I'enjoyed the  "compositions." I had many thoughts,  such as they were, and some facility of  expression, I doubt not, for a child.  Many chronicles of the countryside  came off my pen. sketches of odd events  and characters there in Faraway. These  were read to the assembled household.  Elizabeth Brower would sit looking  gravely down at me as I stood by her  knees reading in those days of my  early boyhood. Uncle Eb listened with  his head turned curiously,"as if his ear  were cocked for coons. Sometimes he  and David Brower would slap their:  knees and laugh heartily, whereat my  foster mother woulfl give them a quick  glance and shake her head, for she  was always fearful of tlie day when  she should see in her children the birth  of vanity and sought to put it off as far  as might be. Sometimes she would  cover her mouth to hide a smile and  when I had finished look warningly at  the rest and say it was good for a little boy. Her praise never went fur-,  ther, and, indeed, all those people hated  flattery as they did the devil and  frowned upon conceit. She said that  ������������������ when the love of flattery got hold of  one he would lie to gain it.  I can see this slender, blue eyed woman as I write. She is walking up and  down beside her spinning wheel. I can  hear the dreary buz-z-z-z of the spindle  as she feeds it with the fleecy ropes.  That loud crescendo echoes in the still  house of memory. I can hear her singing as she steps forward and slows the  wheel and swings the cradle with her  foot:  "0*i the other side of Jordan, -���������""  In' the sweet.fields of Eden, i"'"  WHeTe~t"he"tree~bTH'fS"tSTB15BHilH'g    "  There is rest for you."  She lays her hand to the spokes again,  and the roar of the spindle drowns her  voice.       .  All day. from the breakfast hour to  supper time, I have b'lhrd the dismal  sound of the spinning' as she walked  the floor, content toeing of rest, but  laever taking it.  Her home was alniost a .miracle Oi  neatness. She could work with no  peace of mind until trie house had been  swept and dusted. A flyspeck ou the  window was enough to cloftd her day.  She went to town with David now and  then���������not of toner than once a quarter���������  and came back ill anil exhausted. If  sho sat In a store waiting for David  while he went, to mill or smithy her Imagination gave her no cost. That dirt  abhorring mind of berrt would begin to  clean tho windows, and when that was  finished it would sweep tlfe floor and  dust the counters. In due course It  would lower the big chandelier and  take out all the lamps and wash the  chimneys with soap and water and rub  thorn till they 'shone. Then If David  had not como It would put In the rest  jf Its time on the woodwork. With all  her cleaning I urn sure tho good woman kept her soul spotless. Elizabeth  brower believed la goodness and tho  love of God and know no fear, Uncle  Kb used to say that wherever Elizabeth  Brower went hereafter It would havo to  be clean and comfortable.  "lop'*'** lovo of music .won beenm������ a  piisHltm. Young Mr, Livingstone, "a  city chap" we met ut a church concert,  en mo over to visit us. ills oiithunluHin  for her voice gave u������ all great hope of  It. David Brower wild ho would take  hor away to the big city \^en hIio wiih  older. They soon decided to need hor  in September to the big school In irillts-  borough.  "NIio'h got V he a lady," wild David  Brower as ho drew her Into his lap tlio  day wo had all discussed 1ho matter.  "She'H lenrnt everything In the 'rlthmo-  tic an' geography an' Hpeller. I want  lier V learn Honiothln' more uelontlfle."  "Now you're lallvlu'," said Uncle Kb.  ���������'There'!* lots o" thlngn ye can't learn by  cljihoriii'. Nutliin'H loo good for Hope."  "I'd'llko t' know what you men expect of her anyway," tin id Elizabeth  !'*���������'>���������*��������� '���������"  ���������������A, i n-v, otmdinr" ������-'\l'" T'-ieln V.h  MWe want a f-Uek coat, a kind o* n top-  py head an' u lot o' ginger, tvi't when  wo hitch N-r t" tho nolo bltuo by wo  ���������han't bi- '.-limned o' her,"  laughing.  '".\n' then she Khali have the  bout hariicsi m ihe market."  Hope did i, ���������! seem to comprehend all  the rtlHtle im i tphon* Unit had l-eeu up-  tnllW to lji'l". A look of puzzled amuse-  tt**** *������<*'��������� tin >* her fin"', aril Hun ������li������  rr.z r.v-., '.'".. *������'. ;���������������.:*���������'-., her hair  fstre.'ii-ili.'-:  fi-n ii under In r while sun-  bonnet.  "Never see secli n beauty! Beats iho  world," mild Undo Kb In ������ whisper,  whereat both David *od ElUabc-tb  ���������kwk tLe*r leads.  "Lord o' mercy! Don't let tier'know  It" Elisabeth answered in a low tone.  "She's beginning to have"���������  .lust then Hope came by us leading  her pet 111!.' that had been born within  the month. Immediately Mrs. Brower  changed the subject.  "To have what?" David inquired as  Boon as the girl was out of hearing.  "Suspicions," said Elizabeth mournfully. "Spends a good deal of her time  at the looking glass. I think the other  girls tell her, and then that young Livingstone has been turning her head."  "Turning her head!" he exclaimed.  ���������Turning her head," she answered.  "He sat here the other day and deliberately told her that he had. never seen  such a complexion and such lovely  Lair." ������������������..���������'  Elizabeth Brower mocked his accent  with a show of contempt that feebly  echoed my own emotions.  "That's the way o' city folks, mother," said David.  "It's a bad way," she answered. "I  do not think he ought to come here.  Hope's a child yet, and we mustn't let  her get notions."  "I'll tell him not t* come any more,"  said David as he and Uncle Eb rose to  go to their work.  "I'm 'fraid she ought not to go away  to school for a year yet," said Elizabeth, a troubled look in her face.  "Pshaw, mother! Ye can't keep her  under yer wing allwus," said he.  "Well, David, you know she is very  young and uncommonly"��������� She hesitated.  "Han'some," said he. "We might as  well own up if she is our child."  "If she goes away," continued Eliza-  beth. "some of us ought t' go with her."  '-College!" 1 excraimed incredulously,  "Yes, an' thet's another secret," said  he. "*I tol' David Brower what I  thought o' your writing thet essay on  bugs in pertickler���������an' I tol' 'im what  people were sayin' o' your work in  school."  "What d* he say?" I asked.  "Said Hope had tol' him all about it���������  that she was as proud o' you as she was  uv her curls, an' I believe it. 'Well,'  says I, 'y' oughter sen' that boy t' college.' 'Goin' to,' says he. 'He'll go t'  the 'cademy this fall if he wants to.  Then he can go t' college soon's he's  ready.' Threw up my hat an' shouted,  I was that glad."  As he spoke the old man's face kindled with enthusiasm. In me he had one  who understood him, who saw truth iu  PARALYSIS YIELDS TO  DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS  Then Uncle Eb and David went to  their work in the fields and I to my  own task. That very evening they began to talk of renting the farm and going to town with the children.  I had a stent of cording wood that  day  and finished it before 2"o'clock.  Then I got my pole of mountain ash,  made hook and line ready, dug some  worms and went fishing.   I cared not  so much for the fishing as for the solitude of the  woods.    I had a bit of  thinking to do.    In the thick timber  there was a place where Tinkle brook  began to hurry nnd break into murmurs on a pebble bar as If its feet were  tickled,   A few. more stops and it burst  Into a peal of laughter that lasted half  the year as  It tumbled  over narrow  shelves  of  rock  Into  a  foamy  pool,  Many a day  I had sat fishing four  hours nt the little fall under a birch  tree among the brakes nnd moss.   No  ray of sunlight ever got to the dark  watei below me���������the lair of many a  big fish thnt had yielded to tho temptation of my bait.   Hero I lay in the cool  shade whllo a singular sort of heart  sickness came over me.   A wild partridge was beating his gong In the near  woods nil the afternoon.   The sound of  tho wator seemed to break lu the tree  tops and fall back upon me.   I had lain  there thinking an hour or more when  I caught tho jar of approaching footsteps.   Looking up, J saw Jed Fcary  coming through  tho bushes,  polo.In  band.  "Fl-"hln'������" he asked.  "Only thinking." I answered.  ���������'Couldn't |h> lu bettor brit*lnoH������," fmld  ho as he nut down beside me,  Moro Ihnn ouee he hud bowi tny <���������  Jtier confessor, and I wan glad he had  come.  "In love?" he asked, "No boy ever  thinks unless lie's In lovo."  "Iu trouble," snid I.  'vHiuuo thing," he nnswornl, lighting  hit* pipe,   "Love Is troiiblo with a bit of  jjugnr In U-the sweetest trouble a man  cun have.   What's tlio matter?"  "It's a great newt," I said; "I have  never told It.   I am in love."  "Know It," he said, pulling at his  pipe nnd -milling In a kindly wny. "Now  let'a put In the trouble.  "She does not, love mo," I answered,  "(Jlnd of It," he remarked,   "I've got  H bt-CU't k   U'u ."<-  "Wh,d:i n.-.'-r." : ;..,������������������:,������_.  "Wouldn't toll anybody else for th������  world, my boy," he ^ld; "lt'������ between  you an' trie,"  "Between yon nn' me," I repented.  V>(*ll,       Ut!   *.!">,       .IUII U)   |(   tUUt,  ������������������That's no ������('(i. s, ��������� i answered, much  eiubiirrasHod,  "Sen, It In," In- Im-Mod: "you're  ������riiurt enough ar." ye can have matt  anything In this world if yt������ take the  .;���������:.". Miid. Y<'���������-��������������������������� _-.���������<.."vu f lx a great  big strapping fellow, but you're only���������  mai.'.-Ii i  "'J'hut'-* nil." I said mournfully.  *"Y������-'n* n������ |������lg a fix,I to j.-"' falling 10  love ai I'd I.e. Yc'ro too young on*  I'm too old, 1 ������ny to you, wait. i"������'Tt  j-oi tv *.'������ t c-eutav'  "FisHn' ?" he asked.  Bis thought," music in his vei'se, a noble  simplicity in his soul.   I took his hand  in mine and thanked him heartily. Then  we rose and came away together.  "Remember," he said as we parted at  the corner, "there's a way laid out fer  you. In God's time it will lead^to  every good thing you desire. Don't  jump over the fence. Don't try t' pass  any milestun 'fore ye've come to it."  Don't mope. Keep yer head cool with  philosophy, yer feet warm with travel  an' don't worry 'bout yer heart. It  won't turn t' stun if ye do keep it  -awhile.���������All-w-us-h&v-enough-6f4t-about  ye t' do business with.   Goodby!"  TO BE CONTINUED.  AFTER SEVERAL DOCTORS HAD PRONOUNCED  THE CASE HOPELESS.  Convincing  Patient  Proof That Cure Was Permanent���������in Five Years  the  Has Had no Relapse���������Facts in a Remarkable Case  Substantiated by Sworn Statements.  Great   Family   Fortunes   of  America.  The great fortunes that have sprung'  up so amazingly in this country during  recent decades to-day, in the opinion  of many serious thinkers, constitute  a menace to our national well-being,  says Cleveland Mouott, in writing oi  "The Shameful Misuse of Wealth."  in "Success Magazine." Without  these great fortunes tnoro..would be  no reign of luxury in America, no  Haunting of feasts ami fancies, no  riot of extravagance; with them wo  may expect all the evils that  have in previous civilisations attoncl-  ed upon enormous riches, And many'  of those evils as we have already seen,  are actually with us.  It is admitted that wo aro tho richest people tlio world has over  seen. The vaunted wealth of Ouosus  is estimated at only eight million dollars, but there are seventy American  estates that average thirty-live millions each. As showing tho rapid  growth of individual fortunes in this  country there is interest in a list_ of  rich men, priiii-'d in 1855 according  to which Now York City at that time  boasted only twenty-eight millionaires  And a pamphlet published some years  earlier says that in 38-15 Philadelphia  could only show ten estates valued nt  a million or more, tlio richest being  that of Stephen tjirnrd, which reached  seven millions. In contrast to which,  in 18D2 there were over two hundred  millionaires  in   I'hiladclphia.  As to New York City, the number  ec il*. millionaire.-, ucciu-ding to best  information, is over two thousand,  while the number of million-lire-* in  I It, t'li'ted States is at least five  thou-and or half tho total number in  the world, There is one family aloiio,  at th<< head ol which .stands tlio richest and most powerful man in the  world. ,)nl n l*. Itockefeller, and the  wealth of ths family is estimated ut  a thousand mitliuii dollars, a Mini so  huge that iIn. human mind (piite fails  to -.-rasp it, ii Kiun so huge that if at  the birth of Christ Mr. HoeUHellor  had begun making ii dollar it minute  and bad let all these dollars lU'cuinii-  litto day and night for all these centuries. Ii'i would not yet, in TIKHI, have  anuisM-d a thousand million dollars.  And if Mr, llockcleller should to-day  turn  this wealth  into gold  coin  and  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro not a  patent medicine, but tho prescription  of a physician, placed ou sale, with  full directions for use under a trade  murk that is a guarantee of their  genuineness to every purchaser. They  contain' no stimulant, opiate or narcotic, and while they have cured  thousands have never injured anybody '���������; To show that cures affected  by this remedy are really permanent  and lasting we recently investigated  tho case of Mr. Frank A. Moans, of  Reedsville, Mifflin County, Pa. Mr.  Means has been- an elder in��������� the  Ree.dsville Presbyterian church for  many years, has served three years  as county commissioner and as school  director for nine years, lie was afflicted with creeping ���������.-.aralysis, losing  tho entire uso of the lower half of his  body, and for a year was a helpless  invalid, confined to his bod with no  power or feeling in either leg, and  physicians had given him up as hopeless. Mr. "Means -was cured by Dr.  Willaims' Pink Pills and his testimonial was printed five years ago as  follows:,  "I had the i. rip for "four winters  and as a result my nerves broke  down. I lost the entire use of the  lower half of my body. My stomach,  liver; kidneys, heart and head were  never affected, but the paralyzed condition of the lower part of the body  affecte1 my bladder and bowels. For  a whole year I lay in bed perfectly  helpless with no power in either limb  and tho feeling gone so that I  couldn't feel a pin run into my legs  at all. I couldn't turn over in bed  without help. To move mo a pulley  was rigged up on the ceiling and a  wUndlass on the floor.  During two years of my affliction  I- .n|8| six diffe ent doctors, but none  ofIppem gave me any relief. A specialist- from Philadelphia treated me  .for"three months, but he was of no  benefit to mo. These doctors gave  me up and said it was only a question of a few weeks with me as noth-  more could be done. After the  physicians had given me up, a friend  sent me a pamphlet containing  statements of two men who had-"boon  afflicted something like, me and who  had been cured by the use of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, I began taking  them at once and although my improvement was slow it was certain.  Now I can walk most of tho time  without a cane and ovorybo'y around  hero thinks it is .a miracle that 1 can  get about as 1 do. Your pills have  certainly been a God-send to mo.  Within the last threo years 1 have  answered dozens of letters from invalids who had heard of my case and  who asked ino if it was true that I  had been curod by Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. ., I havo told thorn all that  this romody. curod me an* 1 am glad  of this opportunity of telling about  my case so that others may find relief as I havo done,"  Signed, F. A. MIOANS.  SubNcribod and sworn to boforo mo  this 17th day of April, 1901.  ALBERT S, (JIMiONKY,  Notary  Public.  Ono day recently Mr. Moans was  visited at his haiulsomo    homo over  looking the valley of Honey Creek,  near Koodsville, where lie made the  following statement:  "Before I began taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills 1 had been treated  for a long time by my home doctor  who pronounced my trouble creeping  paralysis. I always believed that to  be hiy trouble and. I do yet believe  so. I had also spn'at five weeks in  the University Hospital in Philadelphia without the treatment benefiting m������ and had returned home to  die. I began raking jyr, "Williams''  Pink Pills in 1897, but did not givo  a statement of my case for pnujii���������^iou  until I was sure that I was cured.  After returning ifcom the. hospital I  did not take any other medicine for  my trouble and 1 owe it to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and to them alone  that I am able to bo about to-day.  Since my cure, as related ��������� in ' my  statement of April 17, 1901, I. have-  never sufferod any relapse nojr had  occasion to employ a physician except  for minor troubles such as coughs,  colds, etc. I endorse Dr. Williams1'  Pink Pills as fully and heartily today as I did five years ago."  Signed, FRA.tK A. MEANS.  Subscribed and sworn to before me*  this 22nd day of January, 1906.  JACOB KOHLER,  Justice of the Peace.  Justice Kohler, of Reedsville, before whom the above affidavit was*  made, voluntarily gave, and signed'  the following statement:  "I have personally known Mr.  Frank A. Means for the past forty-  five years and know that, any statement he makes is entirely reliable. I  personally visited him when ho was  confined to bed and utterly helpless,.  I now see him daily; and know him  to be in as good health as most men  of his age."  Signed, JACOB KOHLER.  Mr.   Daniel  W.   Reynolds,  postmas-  ter at Reedsville, P  had  received many  parts  of the  country  Means'    marvellous  cheerfully  added  his  a., stated that he  inquiries from  all'  concerning  Mr.  cure, and ��������� he-  confirmation,   of  the truth as follows:  "I certify ..that the facts stated in-  the testimonial of Mr. Frank A.  Means are absolutely true, "I- knew  him when he was unable to move and*  I seo him every day now on tho*  streets and in  my oifice."  Signed,    DANIEL W. REYNOLDS.  Here is evidence that must convince the most skeptical. But because many of the-eureR accomplished  by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro so  marvellous as to challenge belief, tho  following offer i������  me'V:  $5000 REWARD-The Dr, Williams-  Medicine Company will pay the Bum  of Five Thousand Dollars for proof of  fraud on Its part In the publication of  the foregoing testimonial.  No siufoi-er from paralysis, locomotor ataxia, St. Vitus' dance or any  of tho lesser nervous disorders can  afford to no longer neglect to try Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, the great blood  builder and nerve tonic. Sold by all  druggists or sent by -noil on receipt  of price, 50 cents per box ; six boxes  for $2.50,  icine Co.,  by the Dr  Brockville  Williams' Med-  Ont.  WHY NAME IS NOW  PRINCE RUPERT  rand  Trunk    Pacific    Management  Explain How Name was  Selected.  ' * ��������� * f i   f'\l!'.\<!:i      tl<-   "-'Vl.td       CUT'-       !if'V'v-'  ihe border three time* a*- nuir-b gold  as would then remain in tho United  iShiies, Nor would lie cany it liiin-  {���������>������" 111������-_ weight of it would be  seven  hundred und  fiflv  self,  olie   I Ilii'tMUH  tons.    And  it   tie    Inii'tt-ct  it  buck* ul  porters, eiich    ma  hi* own weight  in nolid go|  poiiniNl. it would refpiire twi'iity-thri'-n"  tlioii-.iwl men to move it.      And    if  tln-v   ivull.td   ten   leet apart   tho lino  ti't-in  would  reach  fortv-four miles  Tho Grand Trunk Pacific has given  out tlie following explanation of it:.  reasons for accepliug Prince Rupert  ns tho title of its terminal on the  Pacific.  "Ah the result of the publication  by tho company throughi-iil Canada  of its offer of a price of $250 to the  person who would suggest a name  that would bo selected lo" the city  which will be established at tho western terminus of the company's Irnns-  conlinental railway on the Pacific  const, upwards of twelve thousand  nanieH wore received, the majority ol  which complied with the conclitioiis nt  tho contest. It was the desire of tho  company, ns explained in the notice  of competition, thnt tho name chosen  n number of other*-"  In inns in  British  Thi-.v    .'-.tiiblUht'd  this    im-  on    t he | siioiiui  o<������    tmpiitiuiuii.-.,  ..mi    nuiv    ^  .1  nun -u-uid oci-upy lilU'Cii hours in  p-i--ing it uiven point. Nntte of which  t-Hves any neen nit o������ the daily niter-  cst on fhi* lottniio, which intercut, if  pj.id in gold vi ������>uhl to*-uii������*- the  strength of seven men to carry it, for  it would weigh a    iiiottmimt    pound*.  ������ bearing jubi-uld bo npproprinU'ly significant of  d ("siiy 1/iO Canada, and moro especially til the  northwest and British Columbia, in  the fiitiiro development ������l which Ihe  railway is to take so large a part,  With thiH end in view, therefore, the  KUggeMlnllK   Mlhtiiitted   bine   been   l.tH-  fully reviewed, and tho name, Prince  Rupert,   bun   been   heleeUu,   it     Itiivi'.,!,,  been Mug-gented by Mm Lieu nor Mac-  dnnnhl. of Wif-nipc!..  "Under the term* of the   eom|wti-  ._, _     t   tion that the muncu do not   contain  Sijt-l ut* thfc aches of ������ liniita faiiiily.  more th������n thre* fjlUblc*, nor eiceed  ton letters, tho name suggested which  complied with the conditions, and most  nearly resembled that selected, war*  Port Rupert, suggested by Mrs, John  Oriiio, of Houiiechero, Out,, and by  Mr. R. Kirkwood, Copper Cliff, Out.  As a gainst Port Rupert, however.  Prince llimerl constitute*' tlie full  name of tlnii illustrious explorer, but  it exceeds the conditions ul tin., competition by two letters. On account of  its soleHii'ii, therefore, ������nd with the  desire to accord fair treat-incut lo all,  the company have awarded the full  a mm*, ut of the print* offered, W>0, to  each of (he two who suggested thu  uaiiie which has been adopted.  "As Mi.ss .Miicdoiiitld says, i( wiih  in the year 107(1 that King Charles II  ol Flightud gi aided a charter to  Prince Rupert mid  to trade with the  .North America,  trading pints throughout  niense country, Irom the Atlantic tf>  tho Pacilic, including Alaska, which  territory from that time and for morn  than a century inter was known iih  "Rupert's Lund." In this way  fhorefnre, the Maine whir-h lm������t l.een  chosen tor the new city, which will bo  MtuttU'vi a mm l unity tunes mjiiUi ol  the southern extremity oi Alaska, in  e������mnested with tie oldest words of  tho history of Canada, and particularly of the western portion thereof, and  I'iute at tins time, after tlie centiiiii'S  that have passed, that it should again  be prominently identified with thu  iiiarcji^progrevs which is wending il*  way ncVt^*. this woMem empire in tho  count motion of the dniiid Trunk IV  ci!!-.' railv, .������>. 1 'r {\������.i.u!i.,:, in I In.  broadest sense -/it is redolent of tho  y.i I .V;itl:y,< i 'J'--,'": i'-nie. and lb tt-  isji Coinmbia, Mnd, beyond this i( >>���������������*  the name nf one of those fearle** miiih  of Britain who came and coiupiiTed  this new laud which is our proud  heritage."  I ** m :,* ���������������& .*������--.���������  : ������������V ifcji u* f *  !  I  r  r  ^  t  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  WESTERN CANADIAN EDITORS  A iSeries of Articles Describing their Lives, their Aims  arid their influence.  47  GEORGE   HARPER.  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a eonitant care ia  Fall and Winter weather. They -will  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh'i  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it has done foi so many ? It is said  to be the only reliable remedy for all  diseases of the air passages in children.  It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take. It is guaranteed to cure or your money  is returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  and alt dealers in medicine sell 3,4  SHILOH  This remedy should be in every household.  | An application has been made by  the Japanese government to the British general medical council asking it  to recognize the degrees of Japanese  medical practitioners in various parts  of the British empire. It is in the  Straits Settlements that the Japanese  doctors particularly wish leave to  practice at present.  Japan has decided to reduce the a *-  my and navy expenditure by 2,500,-  00*0.  Eight warships will    be    added    to  the North Sea force.  " -*��������� GEORGE HARPER. "~"  Edilbf and Proprietor of the Standard,  Carman, Manitoba.  When a man has stood the wear  and tear of the newspaper business  for over thirty years and still retains  virility, and love of sport, sufficient  iin his make-up to annually hunt tho  hounding buck over the    prairie    or  ���������follow ..the squawking wild goose to  ���������its lair, according to the statutes in  such cases made and provided, there is  a case of cause and effect somewhere  in the problem. (  It  may  be    that    the    satisfaction  . Which the miming of a successful  provincial newspaper in Western  Canada -gives Mr. George Harper, editor aud proprietor of  the Carman    Standard, enables    luni  -fr,_fbllow joyously aiul'succesgfully the  trail of the sandhTU stag, or rt? maybe that the sound of the ������������������honk-honk"  of tho wavy is a change from the  clatter of tho. printing press and rel-  lioves the nerves of a newspaperman  .conducting an enterprising country  ijp.,_)or and a largo job, printing establishment.  whatever may be the cause and  whatever may bo tho effect in such a  problem is a matter of indifference,  for the editor of the Carman Stan-  ���������dard is ctreH known and his many  iriends iu the province of Manitoba  ���������are''not worried aa to whether a first-  ���������class ..newspaperman naturally becomes n sportsftian or tlio lover of  irod and gun becomes necessarily a  good angler for business or a tireless  pursuer of a political opnouont. As u  matter of fact, tlio combination is unusual and Mr, Harper is an exception  ���������to tho general Irulo.  Ifc was in tho order of things that  Mr. Harper should havo boon born in  the oovnty of Huron, tho birthplace  or' many prominent Canadian nows-  ,-papormon of tho provincial press. Ho  was born in Godarich.    When ho was  , sovon years old his father with his  .family removed, to tho city of I-Jani-  ilton and under tho circumstances it  is to bo supposed that tho future editor of the 'nnniiu Staiiuaru leit it a  .duty to go with thorn. Educated  in ITiimilton, ho at an early ago developed a taste for printer's ink, in  -oompariM'ii with winch the ur.Mi'e  of tho man"i'aI ing tiger fur bn-  man blood is a passing fancy. Ho  ���������entered tho printing business in tho  ollico of the Hamilton Spectator where  ho lonrnod his trade as a compositor  mid for thirty yours worked eitner m  that oflit'o or tho cilice of its rival,  tho Hun.ilton "111������ ���������.-������. The now,spa per  olficcH of tho two well conducted,  -clover Hamilton papers woro good  hchooU of bright, ii|i-tn-<laii' journal-  i'li-i anil there is evidence of the bngbt-  -loss of tho (Spectator and t.io solidity of tho Times in tho Carman Htttii-  dard of to-day.    Thirty years    train  a man whose only holidays are a few  weeks'fishing an" shooting every yecr.  Mr. Harper didn't respond to the  call of the West until 1893. Western Manitoba hadn't developed sufficiently before that time. The shooting  excellent though it might bo was not  sufficient to lure Mr. Harper from  the shadow of the Hamilton mountain  and tho charm of a newspaper situation dominated by John Robson Cameron until an opportunity came to  buy out the Carman Standard. Mr.  Harper bought it. There, are-..several  reasons that would lead one"to believe  that Mr. Harper has not- regretted  his western move in 1893. 'rhe  town of Carman has> doubled in population since his taking charge of its  princin-il paper. Air. harper probably does not claim any particular  credit for himself as to this any further than the fact* that a bright,  newsy newspaper and an up-to-date  job-printing office are not supposed  to "be-drawbacks to a town's growth  and prosperity..  The Carman Standard is conducted  oil iiidepefideht lines politically. Mr.  Harper is himself a Liberal-Conservative and in the stress of political war  when the battle wages fiercely all  along tho fighting line it is not to be  wondered at if an occasional article  in the Carman Standard would lead  the casual reader to believe that Mr.  Harper is giving his political predilections an outing. Political opponents  have, however, little, or no reason to  cavil at the political attitude of the  Carman Standard. Straightforward  and fair, Mr. Harper is as much a  sportsman in the political field as in  the field of sport. He shoots on the  wing and when the political flight is  past disdains to.,fire at a sitting bird.  Ah enthusiastic sportsman by field  lnl"T!7Mm7~MTr*Hm,per-is-na��������� capital-  shot with the riflo or fowling piece  and devotee tha major portions of a  ncwspaperm-iii'S few holidays to hunting and fishing trips ,and is looked  upon as one of the most successful  lovers of the rod and. gun in western  Canada. Ho occasionally goeS far  afield and has just returned from' a  successful sporting trip to tlio Okan-  agan Valley, the sportsman's paradise of British Columbia.        ,  Somo day when tho stress of life in  Carman becomes too strenuous and  tho rewards of a long, faithful and  fearless newspaper career aro evident  in a magnificent bank account. Mr..  Harper may make his lodgo in tho  happy .hunting grounds of tho Okan-  agan Valley. In tho meantime ho  will edit the Carman Standard, run a  first-class job-printing ofiico and bo  satisfied with tho clucks, gooso and  prairie chicken in tho neighborhood of  Carman.  Mr. Harnor is married. His wife  was Miss, RursoII, of L random Ho  has a family of ono son, William J.  Harper, in tho office of J. W. Lord,  Insurance Maimgor, itiiuiipog, and  ono daughter.  Enjoy Life  Good health makes good nature. If everyone had a sound  stomach there would be,no pessimists in the world. Do noH  allow a weak stomach or a bad  liver to rob you of the joy of  living.   Take  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  ������pd the world laughs with you,  *: No need then for rose-colored  glasses. Beecham's Pills start  health vibrations to all parts of  the body, while putting a ruddy  " tint on lips and cheeks. There's  health in every box. Health for  every man, woman and child.  Beecham's Pills  Show How  , Sold Everywhere.    In boxes 25 ceht3.  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NBMM__MflMMMHm_M^^  ������0O������4  tt  ��������� '  If it is a Question of Warmth use  E. B. EDDYS  BUILDING PAPER  It Retains Heat and Keeps Out Cold.  Write for Samples and Prices  TEEif & PERSSE, Limited, Agents, W_������r_ipeg.  '���������������������������9<* <$_"<-*���������)<  I  -<.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Some time ago I had a bad attack  , of Quinzy which laid me up for two  vre&M aiid cost a lot of money.  Finding the lump again forming in  my throat I bathed freely with  MINARD'S LINIMENT, and saturating a cloth with tlie liniment left it  on all night.  Next   morning  the   swelling   was  gon'e and I attributed the warding off  of an attack of Quinzy to the free use  of MINARD'S LINIMENT.  St. John. G.F.WORDEN.  Is It Your  OwnHair?  Do you pin your hit to your  own hair? Can't do It?  Haven't enough hair? It mutt  be you do not know Ayer's  lUk Vigor! Here's as Intro  duction! May the acquaintance result In a heavy growth  of rich,thick.glossy hair! And  we know you'll never be gray.  _**���������****'____ StfrBtw  It tn Mm* vtD������ Ml  JL  If Sib vwaxttcwi.  Tho Victoria government 31/2' pel'  cout loan of ������1(1,000,000 sterling, has  boon floated in London.  THE POSTMASTER  TELLS HIS SECRET  HIS HEALTH MAINLY DUE TO THE  USE OP DODD'S KIDNEY  PILLS.  Postmaster  Lee   Looks   Ten    Years  Younger   Than    His   8evonty-8ix  Years and He Gives the Credit to  the Great Canadian Kidney Remedy.  Tn hind nl m\ t'linihcrhiiiil    Co., N'.lh  Foby.   II)  (Spociiii/.- Horatio .1.   Loo,  poHtmiiHtor hero, in now in bin seventy-sixth year, hut no bright nnd heal-  thy does ho look and m energetic \������  ho in  his movements thnt ho would  im.'t'ly piiRN for ten yours younger,  "How do I k������op young looking,"  the jmstmnHtor snyn, "Woll I uttril*.  utc it largely to my good health and  my health is mainly duo to tho uso of  P,cod's  Kidney Pills.  "1 first lonrnod tho viiluo of thin  Kidney Rcnutfj somo years ago. _ 1  was then s--fToriiig from Kidney Pis*  oast, My loot and logs swelled nnd  I had to rise eight or ten times in thu  night bw'iiUMi tit' urinary troubles.  Sit boxen of Dodd's Kidney Pills re-  stolen my iM-itim m inm lii-iv ui-u I  ll.H.;   Hoed   i)u;hi   iA   i'.'lr-T-'l';   ' Wr>.  "To anyone afflicted with Kidney  Trotihlo I say .^odd's Kidney Pills  nro nil right.' Try thorn nnd you will  he stiro to find a benefit,"  Bed-ridden 15 Years,��������� "If anybody  wants a written gunrantofl from mo per-  snnnlly ns to mv wonderful euro from  rheumatism by South American "thcum-  atic Cure r will bo tho iriail-Utst woman  in tho world to kIvo it," say*- Mrs. John  Beaumont, of Elom. "X had desiialrcd  of recovery up to tho tlmn of tnl'lnsr thls  wonderful romody.   It curod completely."  We  SiitoaysAsks  "Are *your bowels rwuarP^JrTT  '/"% 7*        kftdws that daUy acMon  of  tbe  Uf bowe|s |s absolutely essential to  *' health. Then Veep your liver active  and your bowels regular by taking  small laxative doses of Ayer's Pills.  We h������vt as Mcrets 1  W������ *������.llik j, o. at** a*  IMIMWl'm--iL'iLlMW?BMM--Mtt^  The stutist, iii l,ontion uuviscs securing l-rosidont Roosevelt's aid in the  Moroccan conference.  Kxtensivo ��������� iniprovemoiHs    will    bo  mnde in Quebec harbor.  The Lord Advocate of Scotland ro-  fusi'H to proseciilrt tho crofters of  liana lslnnd,  llehrides.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  The ffarmsworths, tlw London jour'  .iialists.  nil! manufacture    j>ul-������    and  \>������[H-r in Newfoundland,  Tho Kronch ministry of war has or-  d*r������ti  nnolher  )*-h*mky  dirityblM Wl-  jloon for defence- purposoa  Ono trial of Molhor Graves' Worm  Exterminator will convince you that  It has no equal as a worm medicine.  Uuy a hottlo und seo If It does not  plcajjo you. j  Kriuilv Wood, a Syracuse barber,,  has found live Bhhrea of Roll Tele-!  phone Htoclc which cosl him $5 l.w r.-!  ty-two year8 ago.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  A Monition milling suit bus cloved  with 7,000,000 words of evidenco.  A Cure for Uhoiimnttam.���������Tho Intrusion of uric acid Into tho blood  vohhoIh Ir a fruitful causo of rheumatic pains, This JrroRiiIarlty Is owing to n doranffod nnd unhonlthy condition of tho llvor. Anyono Btihlort  to this painful affection will find a  romody In Parmoleo's Vegetable  PIUh. Their notion upon tho hldnoys  Is pronoiineflcl nnd most honoflclnl,  and by restoring hoalthy nrtlnn they  correct fmpitrltlos of tho blood,  pf;;V'--   ,"''-'*���������,*'    fn'-nv   ���������1,������r������   m-i|n������i    of   Qf  Pftul nnd Minneapolis.  Cracker  Charm  There is  all th������ difference iri"  the world  between  eating biscuits and  biscuit eating. One  may eat a biscuit and not taste  it, but when you think of biscuit eating you think instantly of  Mooney's Perfection  Cream Sodas  Crisp, delicious and tasty.  Absolutely and distinctly  wperior to any other make.  Say "Mooney'i" toyourgrooer.  I    Frank Campbell, a prisoner In tho  iNobrasl'iv Btnto gaol wins $2������ out) In  ttho St.    Louis    Exposition   mi-t-HHijig  contest.  Where  Doctors do  a ore* 1 - Phvslolnns  no loiiifur consider It entm-lnrr to "nuncio  iry"   In   recommending   In   pnii'tl--������   ho  I mprltnrlnus! a   romody   for   ImllRf-stlon,  I Ainm-lcnn Norvlno.   Thny rcslUu that It  . it,  ,i  .-.,���������,���������   i;t   ������i,|,,4l������i.������;   ,,t   ;���������.   ,'.'    .',   ���������   !   .'.'���������(!  nnd n '<nrn nnd pr-rmrm^nt riii-o for dls*  enM'i of tho stomach.    It will ouro you.  ���������CO    A loss of ipao.uuO.liUU is (jonfi-ontiiig  l('|iic(i"i) |iork pnekcr"*.  WHY   NOT JNSIST  ON  HAVING   THE   BEST   f  GOLD STANDARD TEA  18  "GUARANTEED THE BEST"  YOU TAKE NO CHANCE8  ON UNCERTAIN   QUALITY.  35 40 and 60 cents per lb,  One pound and half pound  lead packets. 3 lb. & 5 lb, i'.nt  am  Recent events  may    koep    foreign  troops in China.  A syiKlieato has paid $:i,000,0(X) for  Long Branch, near New York,  Germany is preparing to meet a  possiblo tiirtfF witr hy importing large  "diipmoiits  of  Rrnin.  Mlnard's  Liniment Cures  Garget  In  Cows.  Tho custom" duty mi ������.>ig;tr ha������ ln-,-n  reduced to *i00 milris at Rio Jaiicito.  I Tho Northern Navigation roriipnnv  uf Sarnia fms 'ojt'cd a W)(*>������ h'i-l.r)  grain clovator.  iiiiiltu-ii  icuHitiuiiiniti    have    6v_u  coiiduiiuicd   to  dcuth   ut   Li bun.  Professor    von    Rohring,      Rorlin,  eliiiins to hnvi'i discovered a cure for  (ieni-rnl Tifpoffs assns-da wjih f-en-  tenccil at Mo.scow to five ycar.s im-  prisomiioiit,  Sunlight Sonp Is bettor than othor  HoapH, but i.s beat. \\U*n um-\\ in <hJ  SimllRht   way,   Buy   Sunlight-  Soap  ���������uul fvillow diu'cllaiiii,  The biitth-hip S-itlTri'ii hns n-turn*-*!  to Toulon ni'hT a cn!li*ion with a wih-  tiinriiin bout  W   IM U   Mo 173 'I'lIK   MKWS,   eUMBEKLAXl),   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  JAPANESE  ut a Low Price,  Wholesale and H.et:.ul.  Sweet and Clean 'jn-   iiy  jBolbs        2.65  M     PC'S**   *:'ii *  [MX  ' fte* ���������?������* Sty. "i y  No. 5 Japtown, Cumberland 3.0V  For CANDIES  Novelties,   Pictures,  Frames and  cleanmg  of frames.  D. -HUNDi������N  Cumberland  Morroclji Bros,  D^EAD. Canes and Pies'delivcr-  v-     ed daily to any part of City.  FULL STOOK OF        /T.,,..,,, ���������*,,,,  Q. H. TAR BELL,  ���������  High Grade stoves  jand all Kitchen Requirements  & GENERAL HARDWARE  ��������� o  ���������  jmP TRADE --SAUK3*  Pr* "3ESSCM8,  . ' CCPVRICHTriS &o  AnyoneBfl/idtnK n ultetol-. nwUtosfli'iption ninv  quit ilynaourtRin, froo, \vlictl,���������- in Invention k,  probably pntcntiiblG.   (>iiiimun<cui.lonR strictly  confidential, Oldest wnoy iufKoonrliiK imtouta  In AniCiioa.   Wo linvo n Wnsliitmton oflioo,  Pntents taken through Muim & Co. itcoivi)  t&eclul xiotloo In tlio  'SOIENTIFIO' ^sViERSOA^,  AddlCBU  MUNN   &   CO.,  301 Miomiwin, N-'u- York.  ���������i9  V  JOHN McLEODS  fOR FiriMT-fiLA^S  CANDY, KltilJTS.  CICARS ,fc TiMSACCOS.  HARM  r**-  n____H_t it  WuA Lu Jimk.1  It       U'lLI.AKD in  prepim-d to  '    tfll i*11y Oi,l<n������ fni Kmo of  Heavy  lUrni-iiH,  at  t-li.trt; no hi'i.  WiLIAKI) HLOi'K,      Cumberland  IfW  ibEnoinebrino������eb  MlfNlINO tJOUKNAL  ..���������..���������.-  NOW IN ITS .19th YEAR  Tho lo*idln������ rnlnhi/j |ir>rj(.iiif������i ,,r  iitdff'ita!iVt','-liiil"n'l i>iiW|.vi,'i���������n." *"*  '���������������"���������'���������'**' >'', n'l. ,i;;,co ������������������'. ;-i'ir (I .i'I-.h'.-  Inn I', i>��������� Chiidiiinn, M,-*t'.:un j,,Mt i; ������������������.  Hami.l > ������:<������������������>������������������ froo,  Hi-iul fur Ijouk  1M-HMI-ATIO-- ori-ji���������!{  *05 Prnrl Strict, JV-w York-  A Qua aitorJ Cur.r   l >r    Pil-*s.  It,-hhii*.   It't'fl,    Ult    " '.;    ,,.    ,  Jf yon, ���������<ii-vff-<-*. ��������������� *��������� 't ,t ������������������������:>,'  and it wdl Ik- fi.t. * <���������>��������� ������-r  fcledioiuet'j., Jh  Li-utti, Ma.  The Breeder's Ga gette.-gives the foi-  ���������owing advice for lidding a pasture ot  wire grass:, The grass iu question ia  an annual, and then-tore it dies at the  end of the season. Sow, what must be  done is to start some stron-j, growing  perennial grass on the same laud, so  Vhat. when the wire grass dies in the  fall the other grass wUl remain ou the  ground. No do-?bt the first, year I here  would be some pi.-iws'where the wire  grass -rould grow more rapidly than  the other, nnd it nn;.*lit even smother it  out here and there, but In a yaw or t**s o  of this treatment the annual must disappear. A good i'liiss to use for this  purpose Is smooth brome prass (Rromni*  inermis), of which so much has been  written in recent years. It would'Tor  this purpose be n pood plan To sow a  little Kentucky blue prass with the  brome grass, .aa the latter is so very  tenacious and spreading when it once  is firmly rooted In the soil. It will hi-  necessary to break the sod somewhat  In order to give the seeds of these  grasses an opportunity to. get theii  roots started into .the soil. Do not be  afraid of too heavy seeding. It pays  to give ihe ground plenty of seed.  Summer Fodder.  Cows should have good care from  the beginning to the end of the year  and every day of it. says Massachusetts Farmer. Only by so doing can  best results be obtained. If the cow  be allowed to get very poor for want  of proi^*r food or care, she will not recover fr������.-m it and be worth as much  throughout tlie entire year. In the  Bprlug loinake from three to four differ  ent plantings of fodder corn from one  to three weeks apart, chiefly for the  benefit of my cows during the summer  and fall mouths. My hops and b or feu  come io for a share, aud. rightly fed,  they will enjoy it and be greatly ben ������  filed thereby.  He   Won   th������   Vounj^sleif.  The Rev. Dr. Mackenzie of San Fr$s  Cisco was once calling on a new pa  rishioner who had a "limb" of a hoy  .Sho__J*_ttl_J.ij_yJ^^  '"Willie;" she said to her hopeful, "pass  Dr. Mackenzie a potato."  Willie seized the potato between  thumb and finger, and "before,bis moth"  er could utter a horrified remonstnine-1  fie had tossed it across the table and  "'���������uaj'cly into the good man's lap.  ".Tud-'ment'!" cried Willie.  "One strike!" quoted the quick W'l  ted clergyman.  "Willie, leave the table!" stormed Ills  mother.  "Madam." sold the minister, "do no-,  judge him harshly. See how bennitifm  |y he put the sphere over the piati''  And from that, time there wasn't ���������������  more earnest worker in all the big Sun  day Bt'liool than chat same Willie,  ENRY'S  v  Nurseries. Greenhouses  and Seed houses.  Vancouver   B. C.  Headquarter*-- for Pacific Coast  Grown garden, flower and field  -New crop now i������* mid on  lest in  our Ci* oiihcuses     Ai-k  your mcr  chaii for 'hem, in seaied puikages,  If he d'-et-ti't handle  lluiu we   will  mail  50 Assorted 5c Packages of Ve^e-  tabio bin! tl v.'tr Si tn., ( ar owit'at-lec-  tion) hi i.;d-U- tin  HO l'u< etw  For $1 00  SPECIAL PRICES ON YOUR BULK  SEEDS  B.O. GROWN FRUIT AND  om -MENTAL TREES  Now ready for Spring shipment.  Extra nice; stock of 2& 3 year  Apple Treee @ $20 0.0 per 100  "   @      $18000 pay 1,000  Mavnard Plum, $100 each  J tafian Prune, 2 vr, fine, $25. per 100  Sugar Plune, 2 yr. fine, $30 per 100  Full hst of other stock at regular prices  i- Ho expense, loos op delay of fumigatiou or  insiiHjtton i������t me -jri-?^ your I nt before  p'sc'ig your  or^er  Greenhouse plants, Floral Wpik^Bee Sup  plies, 'Fiuit P;i,;ka:.--s.   l<Vrtiliz������!rn ero  CatsaSoewe   Free.  M. J. HENRY  3010 "Westiuii.ster Road  \'aii(ou*i'er !������������������������������  FOB    PRESENTATION  PURPOSES.  STERLING SILVER TEA SET  -QUADRUPLE .SILVER PLATED TEA and COFFEE SETS  CABINETS for TABLE SILVER  SOLID GOLD WATCHES  LADIES and   GEN IS   WEST-  M1N S'i ER CHLV ING CLOCKS  SOLID     (^OLD     HEADED  CANES  Desipus Surpa.-ised nowhere  Prices lower than elsewher  Inscription Engiaviug free and  at  short noiioe.  STODDART.  Watchjrialcer   an<J   Jeweller,  ������������������-���������*---���������-���������-���������������������������-���������- .--���������--..*������������������'       I        tj     HI ...Ml-,-.-,..       .-     ���������-,.,        .       ,>lf)  WaVerly Hotel  Firsti-Cl������������s Accomtnodatipm  .. ..at Reasonable Bates...  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  PROl'RiETOR.  miifiiryiwiiiiii���������iimniiim'B'. nrsi  INTERESTING  HS'STRUCTIVl.  When In Courtenay Stay. At  Ihe Coiirtenay Hotel  Eyc-ry convenience for giies's.  The Cential Hot 1 for ".iyortsmen  None but tbe Best of Wines and   Liquors  at   the   Bar.  am   <war.w!������.in.������i  BeatMi-np,  The MeM-.--.ua* in CaMi'ornla bad ������4  Inj-veiiioim metliod oi? trapi������ia,y bcare  I'l.-rorc the advent of tlie Yankee.  broti.'."ht modern firearms Into tbe re-  ft'lira. A 1'iiece of' meat was milled l������  the stout horlwni'.nl limb of an oau  tr*.*'.'. b'rom a llnib live or kU feet above  ������. rope was f-iinponded, to the cna of  wbleb ti '.ai'Ke tstone wiih made fast no  that it biini: about six Inches above and  a trille nearer ;ho trunk than tho meat  *n tlie lower limb.  When a bear tnnollcil the moat from  Bfar. ho would climb ii"> tlio tree and  tuako Ida way to tho bait. In doing  jo ho would push tho utoco pendulum  to one Hide, Just aa he was about to  fasten his teeth In tho meat tho stono  would Hwiny back and Iuiiik liiH head.  Thai would arouse tlio linger of tho  beiii', and lie would i;ivo the Htoni' ll  ttyvi-ep of his paw which would hcihJ  ll s\viii,v;lri;; farlber out. Tlio consi������������  tini-tieo was a burder Imii-.t mid moro  hii,-j;i-t. The more lie Ntriiel" tlio Htoiio  tlie harder he wi.n'd be Ml in rettii'il  until from fiTneiiai:" aiiKer he would  bii'i* Imh eiiiilbai und attack (lie pendu-  him \Vith ai; h.s vlj.yor. One |iowcrt'ilI  -weep, then :\w,\\ and bruin would ba  iiuulded out oi the tree to the rocks  tielow. where disabled by his I'll 11, !l0  ���������v<."iiii be ni , in- inerey of" thorn* WHO  ���������-el 'In- ir.-ip \> i.iMii'ver lliey chciBO to  "like him.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,     Prop  WILLI A MS BROS,  TlJAMbTKKS AND   DltAYMKN '.  SfNdbK ANP   Douni K  inn ;  FOii    Hl.'fN,      Abb   OltDKRfi ',  PltO.MI'TLY    AV'������>WJ)K'i'   TO ���������  i, , ���������  TJiird St., Cumberland, B C.  Wlien in CnnMani  STAT AT THE   VExnoJH/2.  W     AM, t'ONVKNII'NOBH   "'Oil   tlUK!*'|������>  'CORRECT   ENGLISH-  HOW TO US������ IT.1  A  Montmlt Macuirk  Davori-D  to th*:  JosKpiUNE Tr-tok Bakmi, Editor.  Partial Contents for this Moyth.  Course iii-Bugli-li for tin- 1^ , i,i;.<i-.  (.'oars,- in IjJii^jiwIi fur the .-iUv_ti4H,d Pupil  How tn Inorwirii Oiu'h Vooabalary.  The A."., of.. Ciiu������Kr-Ki.-iim.  (HOJNEY AS A FOOL*.  ft If jot Great  Value *���������*���������'���������* M,c������|efwB  and Hlcbly Na-trltioa-i.  Starch aud sugar when eate*a ,and<*9  go a digestive change before they arp  assimilated. Iu honey this change haf  been made to a ^considerable extent by  the bees. Jt is easy of assimilation and  concentrated #nd furnishes the sam������  eleineut of nutrition as sugar and)  starch���������imparts warmth and energy.  As a medicine honey has great value  and many uses. It is excellent In most  lung and throat affections and is oftea  .used with great benefit In olace ot cod  fiver oil. Occasionally there is a person  with whom it does not agree, but most  people can learn to n,se it with beneficial results. Children, who have more  natural appetites, generally prefer It Ut  butter. Honey is laxative and sedative,  and in disease^ of the bladder and kid*  neys it 1b an excellent remedy. It has  much the same effect as wine or stimulants, without the Injurious effects, and  Is unequaled In mead and harvest  drinks. As an external application It  is irritating when clear and soothing  when diluted. In many places it 1$  much appreciat-ed as a remedy fo*  croup and colds. In preserving fruil  tbe formic acid It contains makes a better preservative than sugur sirup, and  it Is also used in cooking and confectionery.  In early times. Jt Is said. Palestine  flowed with mill* aud boney. but we  have'far more of both today than the  people of any ago ever bad. Homry  does not Injure the teeth as candies do.  -Healtb. \      '  E. C, Bnide  Bicyolas and Supplies.  SiKiuld aad Would:    JJow to Ut-e tt'-m.  [���������'���������HKuriDC���������i.lrioi.h (CV-.^^y L>i-j-ioiiai-y>.  Uorreot Bnyluh in die .-t,nn<..  O KYect B gM-h in .tht Suh.v������l.  VVluit tn t*f&y ,iui V\'b:it N-'  io Say  Couttse in |_e.i.- r-Writjng and Puactuatioii  AIphtthKio l<st. of Alili>-i*vi-*.'ji.������������  HU"Ui���������N������b Kuyli-.ii for 'Im i"o.������*6.-nw_ Ma;,  O.'myoiiud Word:    ifow to Write Them.  fcuiilivi" in En^bsli Li'.crainii-.  Local  Agent   for  Comox  District for  Clevel'ind  MiL>suy-11 arris  Brantfofd  $J. a Year   Send 10c for sample copy  r'OhiiJiCT iuV_l, II, Mansion, lli.  Biaon mmu  COl'RTENAY. IU!,  1  ^J?Kf:i)ER of    olstein Cattle, Chev  tir White l-'ij-s,,   liara-tl IMymout  -incks, #lc.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMMW P[UCK8.,  PtirferY    ~- ~^  ���������'R"-tli"i.)|t!f������  ,  Impenal  Bicycle's.  Fairbanks - H������or������e  Q-asol^ne  'JacH of -all Traces' eugiu<B  Second litr-tid Wheels  for sale.  '-   vi*-^BSr*W������������**^-"*-*"*OMB������������-������i������������������������������������������������������B--������BBBW-**  .   . r  Acetylene Supplies  Bicycje huc| ge;ientl  Repairing ol   Suwing  Machines,      Fishing  Rods, Guns etc.  Si-insori" ground, Sawt-^mu  roetl and lilod  Key .nd Pijic lining  ���������"        ' --j. ���������.".   3rd St, Cumberland  ������1  A>V^Wt<VyV^YA^A^AA<^  Tuk JSau i.*i Sia'i'i.ii-ai with  Best Liquors and Clears  C (iAN'NNR  O' )()f )0 OtlOOOOOOOOOi /Of  T".i- !i:,i.d\  . u.iic-h <U   iiiriitnij..  It    W,. Mill    Im  ii ul liilnif. If Iii mi?  ���������inhlic   --1'iiiiul  i-i/tir>fH   in   lieni!������iii   tfl  , ...  ,,    ,;���������'   ll.,.,,  mil i.'.rn* inul, alter uu,     .   ...   .i   im,,.-   nun-   ond   H  1,1 I'.ll    liiiil':..   ii  i.S .1   niiint UIJ,l'<linl'wl'tlll.'l������  tlii."������' ;,:vl (!��������� i  ' ;      ;| !,v, on the wledf.,  tbe bdit and iirn-t lnstliiK work that l������)  ni'i' 'iii|i'islie(| in urn i-niiHH from a  hit-,,ii,v ii|itnieiiiiuii oi nil one'H liem on-  erviehi ti*. n nublt' imipdHe. mcetliur with  houe.-t and pa'i.Mii oifert the emergen-  eb k ii ml voMiUiiiui of dally life nnrt  heldiiiu true b- the middle coui'MO,  which iihsiires Kuen-KS without bring-  ':.,: : ��������� ! . !;,. A \\.w d piiipusf to do  well Unit which urn' Icik to do will In  lin- < ;,,i  Im in.   m'.'H'ih tn   iiioie pi-l'liia-  'jctil villi-** to the werid at biruo ami to  Tin1 imi-.i'i-ni b d !i|iud tb'M tu-blevi'ii' Ho  i'.!."jii������* tbiiu fiinse which are even  wi,;'! v iM-'nwid upon Ihe bfnw of  i, ,.    .,,' living iiuiiHi-if uf nn nnusiwl  < ,.     IJ.������������   U>   Hit   Uollol IIIIK    lllMlKJII  A3SXJD  o  o  w  c  0  amm  I :*n*i   t>rcti;tr������,<l    in  furnish Stylish Rigs "������  and do T������;aming at C  reasonable rales. ������  I). KILI'ATRiCK      j  o ()(.)(-c;oo(i()OoOOoooo  llcal������sa  ���������SAMTOL   O     p^-VIS,     r-PiOB^ejs  KnijlM* 4 x UUltTON uiwayi. on tap ,    ���������!.���������, .ho f���������mm,H M|LWAUKKK  Ti.u n.mrdinK ������n,l L,hIk���������.m I) mumut) muit)r thu ,ll)lll(jllil4.u Wllavilitwihaitu u  Uiivin, will b��������� f.iiiuci Kiiht wlttMs in uvury raniwut.  HATES,  oo per day urpwrtwli,  W'1  s : BAKERY  FUE3H BREAD e.vevy day.  Ordors tor SPECIAL OAEXJ-i promptly attwndod bo.  Dunsmuir Avenue,  Cumberland.  klywDtvi,  To Cure a Cold in One Day  ������1  I  ifi  I  ni  w \
Ibmied Evefay TueMias/.
W, B.'AJffDttRICN,"   -     -     -      Mm
TJ-e ��oluuins of T*ajK News -we open to all
���too wish to express therein views o matters of public interest.
While we dr> not hold ourselves re -on*
ble tor the utterances of "correspondent, we
erarve   the right   af  deolining to insert
omuiaoioatlons uoneoeeaarily personal,
WEDNESDAY,    April 25    J906
Kspimait I Kanaimo Rj
6. s. 'City of Nanaimo.'
���VICTO-BI-S. - COMOX       "Rp-CTTE
Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for
Nanaimo, calling at   North Saanich
Cowichap Bay,   Maple Bay, Crofton,
I��uper aud Thetis Islands when freight
or passengers offer.
Leaves Niimv'.mo Tuesday, *;  p.m., for
Union Bay and porno*--.
Leaya* Comox Wednesday, 8 a.in,, for
.Union Bay and JsJanalmo.
L��*ves Nnnnimp Thursday, f ���*.��)., for
Comox a_vd way ports.
J_e��yes Comox Friday, 7 a.rrt., for Nanaimo and way ports.
Sails from Nanaimo Friday, %  v.tyit, for
Victoria, calling at Kuper and Theua
Jsfands, Crofton, Maple Hay, Cowlch-
an   .Bay an-d   North   .Staptch   when
,-'  fre.i(*ht and  passengers ofifer
��JorUi  S��.anich ".hen tide and weather
condition1-  permit.
VANpomnsii,- nanaimo.- lady
S. 8.     "JOAN."
Sails frQtr" Mauaimo for V.incouvr:
rfaily, except Saturdays and Sundavs. 7
.', 5aHs from  Nanairno for   Vancouver.
JS-Vn-da*"*, a' j8 a,m.
Sails frmp N'a-i.iimo f<>i Lad/smith,
Fridays and Saturdays at 5.3m'"mii,
S^ils from 'Lady-smith 6>r Nanaimo,
S.ulb from Vancouver for Nannim.
daily, except Saturdays and hund-iy* iii
I.30 p.tp,
Sails from Vancouver for Nxnaimn,
Saturdays ai 2.30 p.m. x
OCTOBER  21st   11)05,
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Ait. ARTIST  OF  r-i-c>>"v_.
R^ianrk-tblR' flaring- nnil Ci-olne-t* i
an  AJoirif  Act-I .rn(.
Tlu architect Violfet le Due was on.
day on the Se'nvnraenbet'g v. I;: * - ���-.-��� ���:
ti I sight of about O.Olii) feet, .-.-eoiupji
nieJ by Baptise tbe guide, win
marched In front. The two men w<>r<
attaened to iwu.ii <xber by a rosy. ���'.. )-
Usual in Alpine mountain*-i*"'"im;.
Tbe guide "jac" p*/',s<-d over *-.
prevasse, bin" ''Mien M Vioilct le r��'i-
attempted to croi-s ir ,'c f-i.|i>d avl rel:
Into the abyss. The guhJe tried to puis
him out. but Instead be f >und bimselt
gradually tlwpn'hu-i
The arcbitect pert-el v-'*^ f\i>it hi**'-orr-
paniiiti. If be pivsis-ed ii tlit; i;1.e>upi
t�� save him. vv.nid su-Hy i.-i*_n- .-is
fate, and' {k* jwkeA if Lianti<w bud r
"A cyir* and jej-ild-vu ' -?-as the as*
������Then." said V*<-.Mm. le bur quiet';;
"I eball cut jtiu? rope."
He did so and fell, but a blo'-k ot
Ice thirty fe*t lower do\yn stuped hi*-
descent. When Haptjstf* *-a*w U';.-> ;.������*.*���
that for a time the danger wiih lessee
cd, he v/ent in search of help *.iad re
turned with four stout peasant**. Ten*-?
hour;-! afterward Viollet'le. Due vvts ej-
In spite of his perilous position tho
ruling passion was _-"roug wJtte the *����
1st, for, although be was alom-e-t, covered with icicles from th*- ��Vipi>ing vva-
ter, he had contrived to funKe draw-tugs
of tho novel effects he *.v_s abl��j t��
A   Costly   FltiRer.
A Dresden paper relargji an -Jj^ustng
tnecdote. An old gontienito^. t ocaj.
her of tbe landtag, lately -sligbtlj hurt
tiia finger. Not troubling tu go to hia
doctor, he asked" a ajed'cai ������.���.���I'esgue
what he ought to do anu wa.s told to
fclve W-s finger a "soap bath." On tht
following day he was m��c!a surprises
\o recslve from his friaisd ���* uote for
''ouidical consultation; the'amount Ifl
K> t.aea spoils to eiother col'eag��*?,
a lawyer, complaining. His legnl
fj-iend said It was strange conduct;
but. sbo*dd it come to a legal question^
he would be obliged to pay and bad
be'*er do bo at once.' The day after
.tk,<*.-<d(]' gentleman's astonishment"t^us"
stil.' greater on receiving from thia
friend 0 note claiming 10 marks fop
������legal advice."
Quite angry, he appealed to the com-
tufssion. a body which settles all personal disputes of the members of the
landtag What was Ida disgust -wlwq
the .'(unmlsslon found that he had behaved badl.v In refusing Just demands
and condemned him to make amend'}
by paying the llnp of a basket of ehura-
pagiif! The linger, which was mean-
time perfectly healed,  twd cost hho
m^ ts^ W IB      ��wb m m mm
S' , U! i -. |<   <     % "3
Canton  I;. One or tlio Oldt-mt Cllle��
In 4liv VVoial,
Canton, the capital of the province
of Kwangtung. has a population of
about ,_J.OIMJ,000 and Is one of tlie oldest
cities In the world, and until the port
of Hongkoug was opened it was the
export city of the em;;!m Its old
walls and fortifications, wltb their old
m tn ��*��� gy s.;
:alt%\ \Pki-*��
iff* *���'.*
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V,*- W^' �� Si? &.
Compiled by the Agricultural Editors
of the Family Ileraid and Waekly
Star of M'ontn- 1,   a", the request
of      Ei.adr'-ids       of    leaders.
IT   CAK  5sIi  KAD   FS��K_S
Th'= n-"o t :.'<'!,�����:pletd Fai mers'
Hanobock aiu: Vo-erinai yGuide
ever i:ii-i;cd. Pimply and piac
ticai in.'.tViV.riiVn of The greatest
vaiu;; to cvvji y \A>'mer
Thrt-e huh.weH and fify-eight
sulvyeci /'c.ooi; v/iih,- ev *y ofve of
inrci-esi ,:..nd ma My oi' ii-\em iitus
Our '-'Special   Offer
W����� oil.:vu full yenr'.s riibsc.riptior.
:��' the Cumblklaxd Nkws, a' full
yea.'g -tii'scu;   i.'n n>   thac   yr(**itf-st'
The drink.of strong men and healUiv women
Is The Bect
Bottled oj- in   f *��rrel.s,
The UKiK ERrft'lNG Ca,
-<*><!>���':t>$\��>&$^"P-^5>$'-'i'-y !>'�����>^:>'*>'^ 4' ���-'^- '<'- *'�� ?'-?:'^ ��� '*^*-f -<V?- *y^<?x<><5><^x^ <
r|rtwi*����w--*p-t��tc-ai��-*'30**,*r.fc^^ ���-r^-a-.-wur*.-.
LBTCT-aCS. 1KSS7WJJ***.   J* ���d^_*,'��.rt
Gen's5 Buiiri hm(1 IV-idys' Ta.i!nretl- Co��iulu;> neatly iinished
in Lat��s' i ishioni-'.    Ci.;irge.s Kight.
���DU.-i3'MUI..R    AVEHUH.
Curnherland |
Hotel ���'���"a ���!
AND     SECOND     S'i'UKET, ',
.' cum^erVanp  13.'0. '
Mrs. J. H. Pikct, i.'roi.ii'ieireas. :
VVlieii in-'Cuniboriaud be  sure  :
;;   and slay'.. ui,   dn-  Cinuji^rlaiid
Hotel,   Kirr'r-Ohiss ' .Aec-otii^d'a-'
DUoi! t'cu; l-ansiem at.d usT^iaiv- >
:a��wj:***'T��x*��fsrr33X-3tBr^ cirweaa
and Adventure
Ashore and Afloat
ind \S *.-*-.k 1'y Si.itJ, 1.1 ������'   iliu.'trea!,   ii.t-
'dtiaii'ig    'tbeir    beuuui.Ui    picture,
' QuV.eii Alex..mlrn.. Her Crlrai.dciiiitl
ten aim d ^'\ noil a i.r.py , f  "The
�������� tqic-i?-.   Aiaiiuji!   and   Veien-ary I Rn-tes tr< m $1.00 to $2.00  per   day
liiiicli--'-, ai]  for $i 00       A  sample
cop)' oi tic- p., tire and b ,ok can be
���������""ii ai 1 bli-, tdliee
ent !.)i'-iiru(j.ra. ���" .'������.-'     !
Sample-R'oOiVis arid   r uobc HiU'l j
Run in Connection  wiih   Hotel-* !
���oatw -^��i��^w-3MW3tt*a_>��TO^n�����_^*v^
iU'Jfij      111.      u    iuU    Uh��
Cunibei icuid      B.  C.
���I-H-j-r ���;MI"H-li'-M--p' -'fh ���:��� -W-Jr-H-J*-
ora firfiilif:!. irfi.idi! <*<<>,( ���*;�����;.-/;''. JF,./."r,/, /
J ,-i'K.'/,v;i'-|-,
7/f/ i'l ".',:y;i
I'll.'    -I.S'l|i.'l'!,
gun'", are all now obKulete und entirely j i-utorri>w<i,irnti.ty)\ch>j>fAi>i;K or k:rr.<i.nt.
neglected, renminbi)"   only or   uuam-��� ���uii;c!i!,f: sVii'.f'iv'."''.^/'^^^���';.'];.(-,'' -'r :i1i1^bJ.iblii
Ko. 1���lMil Nn 3 --muiI; y
Dei.  8.00 VVulllouton...  De. 3 0-
<��   8,20., Nuinhim..  "   3 I-
10.04...MfDutioiii'H. ..,.,��� ���. "   B'��11
����� 10,42 Knunlg'-i'...  ...... "   f> S��
i< 11,88 Cohlnu��ittiii  M   ��.;2
Arl8Q4>-M ...Viotbri�� ,.. Ar 7,00
Tlmuiand Mile and ConunuMiio"") Tir-
Icotti ��n mlc, uoad ��voi rail and atcaiuCi
Kn��i, at two ;md one-half cents per mile,
gpa.inl trains and Meamcn for Excur
-toni, ond reduced rue* for parties may
be HrranRcd foi on application to the
Dint J'nss. Anew At Victoria.
,  , .   .     ii-^   ,���:..!,���  ���
i tie   "wOlMI-iMl*/   lt.-it.M_i   li.w   ..��.,.   >
(ShHUH-' willh-'ut p'cvk'Us ii'-iict, .���'������-.��� ,nitr
l��ihng dates and hours of bailing-
Ex��ui��ion "I ickets on .ShI- from and to
.ill Station*, ��ood for n<��in�� jmirnt-y S.it- |
I *   .      I- ,.       ,    ,i',.w<     ,11 ,1     t'lll-t   I
UlVlfl)       k,.V��         k��-/l         V>
U>an Mondav.
J, W. TROOV, Gen. Hup. B.C. Oomi Sur
O h. tOUllTNRY, l��Ut Frt. k Paw. A*
Hiding on locomotivett and   rail
way curt of tbe  Union iVdliwy
Compiuy y>y ��ny l*^>*on  .*r  i��er
font�����cept train crew���in ntrictly
Bfohfhilwl.    Rmi��myw��  are tub-
I0et tridlfmLtsfil for allowing Haute
By of<t��r
Fimmov 1>< LrrrLB
nionti) of departed ujj<-b. They liuvo
never |*p&n cf sorvlct- o:;eopt ��:: wiirn-
lny oil daiiKOP to an invadiij"*; foe ��,:.;!
no doubt laid tlio desired effect until
tlio last lialf eentury
Canton Is eald to he absolutely nnd
tliormiKlily CIiIiiv'ho, nnd tliere Ih no
otuer elly In tin* cm pi re tlinf, la more so.
1 liew It p.vMtH today, with lr�� iniirnw
Btreeta, Ita oUV teniplen, Ub wealth. lt_
oxtieiiic' puvc-riy and its *iiTiil',;ui/
cotiHtriietod ImlldliigR, und when umi
conslderM the linblts and i-uftonis of lia
peoiile und their ticlilevcmeiUK In U10
tn'.H 80 diiirai't-rlBtlc of that nniniiy,
ttH nuelent history so reKplenUeut ei n-
turlcB ago, uiiIchh timt history Ih ii fa-
bio, and ��eeH I here now ho much (hut
Ih filthy and reptiRiiaut to common decency and 'olvlllx.ntlou tlio present
itnte of tlu> country iieedt* but to b<��
Been to tie condemned.
No fttrnnger Ih respected or miff from
Insult within lta limits uiiIohx ho baa
olflelttl or military bearing or Ih in
euro of a trusty guide- one of their own
countrymen, armed Willi plenary lifeline and power.
"CUBAN    ni.OS.SOM','
a On;on-.to,\ ui' cioak
Cuban C��ge: Factory
M". J. 3Wn, :?:-.y.,*,iv.-fc-}r.
^   If you like to read o? jhe experiences of
p  Bi*g'l��r's, shooters aiid campers or yachting;
i\  or it you are interested in country-life.ask
I   yaur newsdealer for forest and Stfeftm.
S  or write for free specimen copy, or send.
I  twenty-five cents for lour weeks' trial trip.
Forest and Stream Is a large illustnued
weekly journal, which contains thefotlowlof
i (**frt<; Bag and Gun.    . Natural History,
_ StfA nnd Kiver Fishing,   Yachlinjf,
I ThnSpirlsmnnTourist, C*_.i\oein_;
J  Fliftfl and Trap, Kannel.
|j Wf- send Irco our catalogue ot the best books
\  on outdoor life and recreation.
ii     346 b'roadwuy, Now V-irk C fy.
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a   I     yr % W'-*Xv*;CrT-^v
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fek's Cotton Root Compouni
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���jiii^v _   ---,uniy  P,uo  ciioLLuol Monthly
fYt a.i '-' V W'l'>t won winch women can
**   , i, "   1    H'ld in threo dosmr"
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a��w^*:��'<niir.u*uc*M��_B~m v-u-\��-.
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PrlPiuIly roi���� In Kennielty, I80U,
In tl��oso miirfera ot prlndpte not a
u .nd    iuii)   i.iiii'i   iu   |/.
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��iood between those who saw llfe'H du   ;
tv differently.   A nelelilinr to the riuht
Of a little homo culled one oveiiln-.' on
Iii* no)|��lHior to Ihe left    lie UiwHfl Ihs
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pirentH.       ii
-1 limy nc seo you iu*nin   Tonii*!" I
(in 10 Join .\lfir 'nn," hi- Mill '
The  lies!   wi-nt  to his  titflo  wnrd-
p'd)e,   ifHik   tlurci nin   liii*   utvaic'i-it,
f'.ru**t  n   pli- i   lnff��   Mm*   ffr-Vif  nvl
throw It over tin- nnn of  ni�� voi*\.
I' itli  wire  l'"-r "'""��   ''"���''   "���, *"r  '    '[
pioiietied.   Tin* ii'n|��iruf aiit'ii.pi'-d t...
r--twro It   "No" wiid tin donor-"i!'>.
yon ��nk���� thin -wat  Vour puili Is to 1 ���<*
ont ot prtvntion: t��*sl<iet4. I won't mnii    * T'T   f5
It   Tomorrow on'iiiinsi I stan iintth tf     , Mk   P 1"*'^-
culfst  My u��r',f,'rn"nf ���'��"'���'��� "'������������'���^���*.   .; ML ri rV ?������ -fjjjjfc
to ipnir, anil piMol* too,  V��>u who no
sooili may flml m>ltlu*r  Ond Ulest* .sou,
uli-ml   May ���**������> rvtmn t<�� tnf*{ ataio." 1
-JiYtolt Uait���� 1"vvj,i�� U<utUU��.
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,>.jt<., h^-iitis fv>r ��i. C, >*#**&&mmm:X��aBs%ixfti
-��i***is&w!*��* 'zixex *��� si^a.-.'s
Switzerland has adopted mid-European time, the true local time for
Berne being just half an hour later.
The result of putting the �� working
hours 30 minutes earlier 'in the day
has had such an effect on the consumption of gas that the gas company
has been demanding a return to the
old system.
Clothes washed by Sunlight  Soap
are cleaner and whiter than if washed
in any other way.
Chemicals in soap may remove the
dirt but always injure the fabric.
Sunlight ��oap will not injure
h*    the most dainty lace or  the
hands that use it, because it is
absolutely pure and contains no
injurious chemicals.
Sunlight Soap should always
be used as directed. No boiling
or hard rubbing is necessary.
Sunlight Soap is better than
other soap, but is best when
used in the Sunlight way.
Equally good with hard or
soft water
-fc-*�� flftft REWARD will be prr.id
���4'-��:iv/,--'V to uny person who
proves that Sunlight Soap contains
any injurious chemicals or any form
of adulteration.
Lever Brothers Limited, Torotit*
Like Tearing the Heart Strings.���" It
is not within the conception of man to
measure, -my Ri-oat sufferings from heart
disease. For years I endured almost
constant cutting and tr-aring pains about
mv heart, and many a time would have
welcomed death. Dr. Agnew's Cure for
the Heart has worked a vorttable miracle."��� Thos.   Hicks",   Perth,  Ont.���59
The state department at Washington is becoming alarmed over the
Chinese boycott.
Free scholarships at Harvard for
Chinese students have been suggested.
It is easier to prevent than it is to
cure. Inflammation of the, lungs is
the companion of neglected colds
and once it finds a lodgement in the
system it is difficult to deal .with.
Treatment with Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup will eradicate the
cold and prevent inflammation from
setting in. It costs little, and is as
satisfactory as it is surprising in its
Lady Mary Hamilton's engas"---
mc-nt to the Marquis of Graham" is
quite popular in Scotland.
-���' Ranchers  of   Okanagan   Valley   Will
.Exterminate Wild Herds.
-'Tlie  ranching districts    about    the
'���   Okanagan Lake In tlie interior of the
province of British^ Columbia are con-
'   fronted .with a grave difficulty in con-
���  .aection  with .the wild horses in  that
- cEBction : of the country.    These  anim-
-vaJs (have    come    from,   ranch    horses
���V which'-in---earlier times  got  separated
f: from the main herds.    These are now
"jpronounced.to.be untamable.      There
���are hundreds of them, the winters in
that part of the province    being    so
<mikl  that the  animals  have  no  difficulty in  picking their    living  on  tht
'-".ETihey have been a source of    trou-
f>b\o to the ranchers,, as the   herds    of
'tame animals  aro    constantly    being
��� >drav*r>.. imm   by    these    wild    horses.
5B'r<ii*vi. time, to time there  have    been
agitation  in  favor of the    exte.rmina-
���*_ioh of -tho' wild herds    and    various
,   jpla'ns huvo been suggested.
'^A '.Tew source of   danger lias    now
'"arisen,  and    it' will    likely    lead    to
'-'(V. deeriie going forth  that all  these
'iflfl bands shall'bo killed of.    Within
fche  past; season thero  has    been     an
'��� outlM-fak  of  glanders in  that part  of
Vdvs provinoc and some o"    the    most
Lollion is undoubtedly leading the
world iti fi-e matter of woraett's'clubs.
Twenty-one" -years ago there was not
a single institution of the kind; now*
there are thirty, with a total membership of over 20,000. There are also several mixed clubs of which trie
women members number about 1,000.
���The London .Woman at Home.
,valuable of tlie breeding'horses on the
ranches  have  been  shot by    order  of
fche Dominion inspectors.    Dr. Tomlie,
one of the'tio inspectors, who has hud
_s|;(*od /yjiportiiiiitics^to study the ques-
���cmti 'in that, district, hns come to the
atmc-lii si on that in order to make sure
v',if the    eradication    of    tlie    disease,
fcliero will    have   to   bo    war   waged
<*t{*>.inst tho wild horses.
'^''ffii'vw'vvrrmiont of. tlio province luu
aiilin npproached on tlio   subject, mid
,4-,i!l 6-.t. notion  a niovonieiit in this di-
"rection. iui in the best interests of the
''"**v.vl,. raisers of the province.      Price
^���'Binon,   meiiiber  for    the    Okanagan
���"district, will introduce a bill into the
/legislature dealing with  tlie iptestion,
.���.i.i��d  the aim  will be to wipe out the
���wild Iiord.-i and thus save Ihe valuable
���stock i'or which tlio districts aro    be-
/romiug s'�� fiinious.
Die proMMil outbreak of glanders in
'..hat part of the provineo is ascribi'd
VD the britigi'iK i11 ��' stuck from tlio
-irairic, section of the Dominion I.-,
':),-i::,'!- vvlio luivo como iii there to
r,,'.'ttl,', A determined I'll'ort "will be
.itudi- in order tn stamp out the dis-
,';ise. und Nave tlio reputation 1" hi by
-die hor>" riisors of the district lot
'.viiig ihe best  of slock.
The baby that cries' half the night
does net cry for nothing. It cries because it is not well, and the chances
are the trouble is due to some derangement of the stomach or bowels,
which would be speedily reliercd if a
dose of Baby's Own Tablets were giv-
children: sleep soundly ami naturally,
because they remove ili�� cause of
crossness and'"'wakefulness'.. They are
a blessing to the little one, and bring
relief to tlie tired, worried mother.
.Mrs. A. C. AlMwitt. Hudson1"'--- Heights,
Que., says: "I have found Baby's
Own Tablets a splendid medmine for
stomach and liotrel' troubles', from
which my littl'tt one was troubled.'
Thanks to the relfef tho Tablets;; have
given my baby now steeps quictfy and
naturally, and is in the best, of
health." And tho- Tablet'.- are absolutely safe���they 'always- do good���
they cannot possibly do harm,, Thei,-
will cure the ailnuuits. of a new-born
baby or a well-grown child. Sold by
druggists or sent by mail i>A- "25 cents
a box by writing the Dr, 'Williams.'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Owl.
Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, Cuban Itch on Human or animals cured
in 30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary
Lotion. It never fails. At all druggists.
Emil Zerkowit;* has written a. book
dealing with American commerce
from the Hungarian point of view.
He travelled 16,000 miles collecting
Mlnard's   Unit-rent   Cures  Oi_teitiper.
King Edward will receive a deputation from the United States" Hte'e'I
The TVTnnf ]-0Bi "Watpv Aril.Power company, which supplies Wostmo'tint, wifrV
water lias entered a suit for $50,00$
against the Montreal Herald for articles '-printed alleging that the water
baused .he typhoid epidemic
We offer Ono Hundred Dtottars Reward Tar mly
rnse of Catarrh t*nt cnnnol be core' by HltlFs Cat
arrh Cm-e.   V. JV OHENKY <fc CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the underHisaied, hnve- known F. .T.  011��hb7
Pjir the lust 15 yoar��r nnd lielie-Mhimperrectl*/ heon
ofsib-le in all bush-*��� triinsnc-Mons and finnKdl��llj
alia- to varry. out unv obliKiitlonR-inndo by hi8'S,*��;
Waldsso, .KlNNMf A Maiivin,
WSmloanle DTU���glNtn, Toletls;- O.'
HmH's Cntnrrh Onro- Is taken ititerunlly, ncttn*
dli-ei-tly upon the hlooit ind ruueoua marfaoos of th��
nyidei-a. Tjwtimoniiils ?��ut free, Prico 76o. ytt
J^mtlle.    Sold by nil  Dr.i����UtH.
TuUe- HbI1"�� Family PUlti tor uon��ti?atIon.
Absolnteiy white flour makes the mosi:
beautiful white bread���the kind we all like.
But white bread is not necessarily pure
because it is white. To be pure if must be
made from purified rlour.
There is only one method of making
flour absolutely pure, and that is by electricity. No-impurity can withstand the
searching, purifying work of this electrical
The electrkal method is employed by
every big mill ill the United States.
In Canada the only flour purified by
electricity is
Royal Household Flour
therefore it is the only flour  tha��-6-rabe:
considered as absolutely pure.
Say "Ogilvie's Royal   Household^' to
Expui'iments wiflh kitew on th*
Mediterranean have* shown that over-
a large surface of t'-J\? wate-s' the tem-
peraturr-c and the rapfdtty of air move-
j meats declfne steati% in iwtjiportlon
to tho aTiitodo,
Mount  Vesuvius",
tion at Naples,
Is  agatiin" ia eru*?-
An aero club balloon, eirassed the.:
BnslisU cha-mel to Frai6ce> iu foun
Dye the
One Short Putt Clears the H'end,��� Dopbi
your lioacl nebp? Have yon )>nin-* over
your cyeB? 's the, breath -.dTi'-m-lvi'?'
TheRft aro norlaln Ryn-tptonis of c'nturih.
Dr. Akiiow'h Cntarrbal Powder will euro
moat nt unborn cases In a murvi-lloiiHiy
Hht.irt tltno. If you've bail' *""ti.lnrrli a
wi'olt It's n B\ii���� rnrc, Xt it's of tlfty
yaara' standln�� it's iust us ���.���I'lYotlve,-���57
Russia will ask China for tradlns
concosHlons and perniis_ion for railway construction.
Tho O or man omporor will return
Kiiik Ailuii-tu'H viwil in tloruuiuy.
11,-iron !\lii"*.m von
ein, is to bo Gorman
SohlvnW"', *uu-
ambassador to
And Anyone Can Use Iron, As It Is Combined
With Other Ingredients In
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.
The sara��" package ofDY'-O^LA
can bo usod for   silk,   vool,   action
mixed, "matorisls, otc.
It's a. new and better dye.
Absolutory fast colovs���rich, and
bountiful i
"DY-O-LA dyes moro and b-ottor
than any other dye I haver ever uspd,"
writes Mrs, J. Wobb, M-11I' Rlvor;.P.ia.I.
No poiBona or acids lit DT-O-LA-
tTso wltli- common salt���-and common
Easy na washlncr. Raina directions
apply to fvcry colour. (Ho careful
about illschorfilriR tho oliV colour).
At tho ilruKgbit's. Iii.-rist oil got-
tin* DY-O-T-A.
One pnck^'?o InatinacI of throe. Price
10^ '
Tbo moat curious vogatoblo- 3n tho
world Is th.j trulflo, slnco It lm* neither   rools,   ,-itoiii,   llowowir loavw, nor
I booiIs.   In ,M)iiu) pnrta   rlbKS and pigs
1 aro trniuod to dig for It tho iraltnalfl
bolng gul-Jod by tliolr kcivso oil smoll,
Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Limited.
"Ogilvle's Book for a Cook," contau-ns 130
pages of excellent recipes, some never before
published. Your grocer can tell you feow to
jjet it FREE. 2
Comiaeraiting ��a the washy colors
of British, postage stamps, the Pall
Mall Ga&efclte ex.'SQsses a wish' that
the Bri^sU govoruraent would use
j "such exoolJent dJiWs ;u3 aro ia use in
'America and other countries, whose
stamps are- a plet'owe to looHs at,- So*
stead of tfeing.au eyesore, like   o-uv
'.jj ^it.__ij
A Good Name Is to be Paired.���
There have been imitations of Dr;
Thomas' Eclectric OH whicli' may
lave been injurious 'ctt Its good' name;,
tint If so, tne irijmy has only booiv
temporary. GoodnesB must itl'ways'
como to tho-front and' throw intb' the'
fthadow that" which is worthless. Sr>'
it has boon with Eclectric Oil; no imitation can maintain' Itself against
tlio genuine articlo,
Aiiiiiuniii or liloodlomsiusss U indicat-
fbr-.   mitm
t   ���
nn*  frorpiont.
iy  tiiiind m gill* mid young women.
Otln-r ,>yniploirii arc deftoient nppo-
titf, inipiurod digestim, irritable torn-
-vr      '.uttii'HH  ol     breiilli,     di/./.iiieNS.
JidhMiin,    lioadur.lie,    easily    faitgupd
'���depii-hMiui and iltNpondoii'-y,
Tbo libiml in larking ill tlio life niw-
laiiiiu;-  power wliieli  U neeewuiry    to
lh(j prop.'i* working of *lie bodily or-
.51, !   .'iti mil'' bo rc*ilori'd bv tbo
use ol  t   ut, iih iiuv ipmlilied pby-iKmil
'II  ��.-!!      ,.i
.'int.  it ,',  al'iM' 1 .miiioI   In- laU'-n  in-
*���-, 11     weiikeiit'd    htniiincli        In     Dr.
vucli a
Ni-rvo Food  iion  ii coin' tio-d
��� I'lill     IH'IVO      ll' lillrttiV' IU
iv,tiv a* t�� lie f-tMly iiHsitnilated
nerves,  slmrpens    tlio    nnpetite
aidK digestion, ho that hob is iiiiso nt-
���   1 ~      ���    ���  ���    .  it ,,    full     nroii'i-*n-
mint  from  the fond  tnken    into    tlio
On account of   those two   ways 111
which  Dr.  t iniho's .Verve    Food    v>
richt'H tho blood and btuldn   up   tbe
system,   ��������   >s   beyond   doubt   the   ilio-<t
etfoctivo  ireiuintuit   lot   .n����*.n,..v	
similar waMing uiseimo that wjih ever
compounded. Note your incnuM- iu
weight while lining it.
Mr. Albert Sunnier, billow lluueb,
SiihU,, writes: "1 received ��..e two
Hoxes of Dr, C'liuse'H Nerve K"od
wliiell I (M'ieied liiitll >oil iiiidii....
found it to be mi excellent medicine,
tt IlilH proven 11 sp'H-ieiid i ��e.it n.> .,'.
(or bentiaclie and a run down *>*.ti-in
a ml I have recotiiuu-mhd it to imuiv
!)r,  C'lireto's  Nerve  K��hm1,  M    c'-ntm'
Impurities In tho Blood.--\Vho\x the
action of the kidneys houompfj Impaired, InipurltlPB In tho blood art"* almost,
atiro to follow, and general dorango
mont o( tho system oiwtros.     Farm-
oIoo'h V'oKotablo Pills   will   regulate-
tho Iciiinoya so that thoy will ninln-
tain healthy  action ami pnivont thtv
comiiilleatlons   which cortntnly com��
wlicu mere is uuiaiigeineiii. ol im:��t
..'..io..���,.���    uinuu.-i.      \:t    n  rr-rlorntl'fP
theso pills aro in tho first rnnlt.
11 (feet
i-enreity of snow will
tbe pulp Rtiply along
tho    81.
A'band of women will banish glove-?
from thoir outfits at fh**nIonabh**Brlt-
li*rt seasldo renorts tliti* year.
..MJ-i-iajl    ^��l,J__^���^^^^^___!___J__^i___���a_^      <.."�����&
��� " Psyciune " is a wondorful   '-*
tonic.    It contains   medicinal
-element* not found In any of tho
patent medicines.     "I-syciunb"
Is a regular practicing physician'*
formula.   A tonic for weak people,
for men of business worries, for th��
tired mother, tlie pale, languid
I      girl,  Young girls just budding Into
womanhood 1 elderly people who   ,
feel that weakness duo to old aga    .
a*ri Xt n rpmpdv they cannot do *,'
���without.   It restores vitality, ere-   |
atcs rich, new blood, removes all* '
impurities, strengthens tho nerves.J
If you need a trial ask druggist for
lliiiH    ;t flu id
, !.vin.f��t    t'i
mto 'ii" IiIikkI uud
And   notro th.in  this Dr     ("!uim��'h
>*ervo Food, tli   m\h tU act tun ou tht-
What Is undoubtedly tho largost
polloeilon of picture poHtnl canfs In
the world Is tho properly of tho
Prince of Wnlos* eldest son, Tho
collection Includes cards from every
fountrv In tho worM, nntUs now -arrowing almost too bulky for convenient
hnndlincr thero holnf? moro than
1ft OftO cartlH,
If the world were blrrtlir-ss ft na*nr-
nllst dPctarp-". man couM not Inhabit
It, after nine yenrs* time, In uplte of
a box, <"- hrm^ for "r'i.������<��, at ;.H d'-.d-|f(J-j ,nr, sr��ra"i-s" and polwvni tbnt eonM
.*!-������, or K'bft.in^n Hr��*---' .V IV. Kir-'j,^ mwifxrtnrf* for thP ifpstmctlon
onto, Tho iNir tin it wad .siyiiatui. <��f'0f |n��ecta. Tlio Inseda and tings
Dr A. W. Clin��io, tlio fmnous receipt {would simply ont all tho orehartlf and
buyk author, are ou iivctj l-x. [crops by Oiat Unao
Evorv (It-ink of llciwor taken, forces- the
heart beyond tho natural beat, It also
causes kidney nnd liver troubles, Nervo
exhnustlcn-Is one of tli��'ailments brought
on by ev*n moderate drinking. Stop at
onco tlio use of liquor. If It Inconveniences you to do this it Is" proof positive
that vou havo the dlseaso of Inebriety
and heed medical help., Then seek for
the best aid. The Kealey Cure has restored hair a million people bivek to
health, prosperity and happiness. Wrlto
to-day for evidence and we will prove
oin-  claims.    Address   In   confidence,
133 Osborne St., Winnipeg,
Did you receive pay for
that horse killed, or wheat
burned last fall ? If not
The Manitoba Claims Adjusters
6id   Aslulown   Block,
#ui Dwcam-ow muM-FtcE trim.
OR T. A. ���tOCVSS, ttmftte-
fft Kins tt��W.  T��rtntSNOWMK��
Atttehtd^te ���n** Qarmtnt Is ���
Qunmntee of
and Rood Wearing Qualities
Whon Buying OV&NALl��f
Sm that.
Insist en Qaltlng
^Klng of tho Road" Brand
And Takn no Othnr
i>1�� baara ���
All nritinh ship owner)* nro   boing
*i��k.'<i lo - o ujKTi��t��i iii tho ttav��l man-
tMUi.'.i't.i uf thu (Let.
M*  IM U No vl  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  THEIR WEDDING  DAY  ���������i]     ��������� ��������� .____ "  By NELLIE CRAVEY GILLMORE  Impelled by some -whimsical notion,  the girl turned abruptly and discarded  the neat blue walking suit she had just  donned for a heap of billowy, lustrous  apparel that lay spread out Over the  bed. Afterward she contemplated her  reflection critically in the oval mirror  of her dressing table, noting the details with some curiosity.  No, her three years' absence on another continent had made very little  difference beyond, perhaps, Intensifying each feature a mere trifle. The sun  tints of her hair had deepened to a  more metallic gold, the blue of her eyes  to misty violet, and her mouth, red,  finely lined, drooped a bare fraction at  the corners���������that was all.  With a final wistful glance at the  straight young figure in its white silken  loveliness, she turned and ran down the  stairs as fast as she could, pinning her  hat on as she went  Half an hour's brisk walking brought  her to the entrance of the park, A few  minutes later she found herself completely hemmed in by an unfamiliar  wilderness of trees and brambles. She  paused and looked about her desperately. On either side was a formidable  tangle of thorny hedge, with mass upon  mass of Impenetrable shrubbery everywhere ahead. Three years had made a  material difference in things at least,  she reflected.  After a moment's rest on one of the  benches she got up again, more than  ever determined on her quest. At the  end of a harassing hour she stood on  familiar ground at last, a tumult of  emotions surging all through her being  as recollections crowded up thick and  fast.  ' There was the same old log upon  which they had sat on that eventful  day���������the day, the very hour of their  betrothal���������now crumbling to decay, but  the very same nevertheless.  JLjfting her; skirts,  all  sagged  and  limp with dew, she picked her was  with" a startled movement. Not twenty feet away, just visible through the  Interlaced foliage, a man was striding  rapidly toward her. The girl had just  time to gather her skirts and slip noiselessly behind a screen of bamboo.  Despite its nonchalance, Gordon's  careless swing had a decided purpose j  behind it. He came directly up to the j  crumbling old log and stood looking ���������  down upon its crusty surface with an |  inscrutable expression iu his keen gray.:  eyes. '       !!  Presently he, too, stooped and scan- j  tied closer? along a certain line on th������ J  side Of the log.   lu aa t...... . c������ |  lit up only to cloud swiftly, while ;.  look of pain made his clean, clc-ir feu.  tures look almost sharp, lie sat down  and dropped his face iu his hands with  a sort of hopelessness too entire for  expression. After a little he lifted bis  head wearily and stared straight ahead  of him at nothing at all. Then, all at  once, he started, paled and jumped to  his feet, every nerve quivering. On the  soft turf exactly in front of him were  footprints���������a woman's footprints! And  a bit further on lay a tiny scrap of  lace, vaguely exhalant of a subtle odor  ���������������������������ner ravorxte perfume.  Gordon stooped quickly and possessed himself of the handkerchief. In one  corner were the initials he already expected  to see there.   He  crushed it j  against his lips with a passionate rush i  of tenderness, and a wonderful light  came into his eyes. "Dearest of all wo- j  men," he mused radiantly, "I shall go '  to the ends of creation to find you if it,  takes me all the eternities to do it!"      |  The girl held her hands tightly over j  her heart, lest Gordon should hear its  turbulent throbbing. Her teeth, caught  unconsciously over her lip, left a clean  row of pink indentations for a long  time afterward.  As he turned to come past her she  shrank back a bit and hor foot slipped  fatally. The next moment Gordon was  bending over her, and hi*- breath, coming in little quick jerks, lifted the fine  hair from ber temples In tiny gold  wisps.  "I���������I'm afraid it's going to be serious,  Dick. I don't believe I can walk a bit"  Quite involuntarily she had reverted to  the old familiar title.  The world seemed to stop revolving  for a minute. Then Gordon slipped a  firm, strong arm about her and drew  her toward him.   "I am going to carry  CAUSES GF FOREIGN FLAVORS.  \  OORDON SUPPBP  A  STJ������O������0 AHM ABOUT  HUH AND DUJ5W BEIt TOWAltD BIM,  carefully to the souud end of It and  sat down, catching her breath in a  little spasm of relief, In tho diuliincw  a coyote's cry sounded distinctly, nnd  a wbolo army of minor ecbofes tbrougwJ  in Its wnkc.  Tho pink gray of early morning fiung  on enchanting roslucss over everything,  nnd tho air won suddenly vocal with  tho matutinal chirping of thousands of  birds.  Presently the girl got up and begun  to search along tho sldo of tho log for  something. Sho cuwo to It at last,  Any ono looking at her just then could  Irnvo detected that from tho mini Is-  thknble signs of emotion all at onto  visible on her face. Quick tours sprung  to hor eyes as she looked and splashed  unheeded on her Interlocked bunds,  "It. G��������� 13. it., June, '(ffi-Jmie, '05."  Tbe letters, roughly curved with a  ���������finotn-.tknlff'. wpre a trifle eaten nwny  at tho edjres, but perfectly legible still.  "Our wedding day," she murmured  ���������oftly, touching tbo crude Inscription  with a tender, tremulous finger. "Dick,  Dick���������If wo only hadn't 1" For a moment -ho fi������tt ft������ t'lowrh ������hr were rolnu  to choke. The memory of past bitter-  ness-thelr quarrel, estrangement and  final separation-tome upon her suffocatingly, overwhelmingly. Then, with  a swift access of pride. *he threw bach  ber head, tbe mist drying away from  her eyes and leaving them h������Jf hard,  half rerretfnl. brlirtit n������ Rtnrs. For a  full minute *hc utoud there, tall and  straight. Immovable as a statue; then  she bent suddenly and laid ber cbevk  ���������gainst tbe rough skle of the log.  | Almost oo tn* Instant tit* sharp snap-  l������f������s; <& ������ twie hrontcht fc������-r upright,  you," he said.  "But it's too far. You could never In  the world get me home"���������  "Less than a quarter of a mile from  here is St. Luke's"-  She laughed a little unsteadily, trying to smother the catch of pain in her  throat  "Mr. Applegate Is there right how. I  saw bim as I came along," he continued. ,        ,   .      '.";'',,  "But I dislike to trouble any one  with"���������  "The reverend gentleman will not, I  assure you, object to being troubled in  this way. He likes it. You see, It  rather helps him to eke out an existence. Besides, it wouldn't be precisely  fair, would it, to cheat the old fellow  out of his legitimate fee?"  Tho girl averted her head suddenly  and did not speak, but Gordon took  heart of her silence and, bending,  touched her blood burnt cheeks with  his lips. "You haven't forgotten what  day this is, Emily?"  "I haven't forgotten," sho responded  In a little tremulous whisper, "It Is���������  our wedding day."  And so It was, ,  Pontage Stomp Gam,  When you lick a postage stamp yon  need not fear that tlio gum Is something unclean. Postal gum Is tbo best  quality on tbo face of tlio earth, It Is  doriv-d from dextrin, a product secured in tho process of making starch from  potatoes, corn and tho cassava root,  Tho starch from thoso vegetables is  treated by roasting at a temperature  of about 110 degrees ut tho first stugo,  causing It to turn luto dextrin. Fur-  thor changes mako postal gum, and If  tlio changes wore carried to tho limit  tho result would bo grnpo sugar or glucose. Tho host postal gum is that which  contains the least nnconvoitcd starch  and llttlo glueoi-o, Whon tho material  for making gum reaches tho bureau of  engraving and printing It looks much  llko flour except In color. It conies in  sacks ot 200 pounds each, and every  consignment tram tho contractors is  carefully Inspected boforo using. It Is  subjected to microscopical examination  and to chemical analysis, and all this is  Mlowod by a practical'te������t.-Kuusaa  <5uy Star.   <yamrnilioiorrt  Little Edith hud n habit,  li.ilni  tv.������J   It.,.*,  Known, to mako It fcrlet, ts "munslfg**  Everything she had.  Llttlo Edith thotmht her mamma  Iw-on*-il!*t***nt noli'"��������� !  Biild tho pn-aled sprite.  ���������N������w OrUur***. Ti*t*-***-D>n*.ocrat  Tli* Spoil. ������f War.  Benevolent Old Lady (to little boy In  ttroeO-Wby, why, llttlo boy, bow did  yon trrr tpt "mil a Muck eye?  Small Hoy���������Me and Sammy Jones  trn������i f)_*t������t!n' fnr * sppla In school, an'  he amu$hed mo.  Benevolent Old Lady-Dear, dear!  And which glutton got the applet  Snail Boy���������Teacher, ma'am,���������Bar-  pWi Wttkly.  VANITY'S VISIONS.  Why They Appear   In   Butter���������Fishl-  ness F-*om Rusty Cans.  Frequently complaints reach creameries that their butter is "off flavor,"  and generally with such a notice  comes the request for instructions for  disposal. There is very often plenty of  reason for such complaints, and if  those engaged in creameries would  look for the causes, they may not be  disappointed after a close examination of the milk cans in which their  milk supply is delivered. It has often  been observed that the cans in which  milk Is sent to the creamery aro  covered with rust, some coated with  slime and decayed milk, and others  bearing evidence of neglect by the  presence of the curd of sour milk adhering to the crevice between tho  sides and bottom. In all such cases���������  and these, we have some reason to  believe, are many���������the milk cannot  fail to get badly tainted before they  reach the creamery. Quite a number  of wooden vessels are seen conveying  milk to creameries, and it is well  known that1 many of these vessels aro  rarely scalded and thoroughly cleaned.  Most creamery managers know tho  conditions under which milk cans aro  kept at the farms, and we are aware  that suflicient care is not generally  observed in cleaning either the cans  or keeping them in a clean place to  aerate after being scalded. One common complaint that appears to be  directly traced to the use of rusty cans  and utensils is fishiness in butter.  There may be many other causes  for this trouble, but the fact that it  has been traced to the use of old and  rusty utensils should.be suflicient for  us to remove such a likely source of  danger from our creameries. Most of  the tinned utensils used in connection  with milk, both at the farm and at the  creamery, are not made of tin, but of  steel plates tinned both sides. In somo  cases, notably cheap tinware, the tinning is lightly put on, and the metal  rust comes through quickly, or the  tin wears off, leaving the iron or steel  sheets bare. These rust rapidly, more  especially under the influence of tho  acid of milk, which sets up a chemical  reaction land produces in milk or  cream a flavor that resembles rather  closely the fishy flavors so often heard  of in butter. Some cans used in this  condition get eaten with rust, and,  with the indifferent cleaning they too  often receive, become a fruitful source  of contamination to pure milk.  ,  Tallowy flavors have of late years  become unusually common. There Is  little-doubt-but-that-their���������origin���������is  largely traced to unclean milk; and  this in turn, comes either from dirty  cans or from milk kept in dirty surroundings, or very often from both.  During the autumn season complaints of the nature referred to appear to be more frequent, than at other  times of tho year. I!-, may be owing to  less care being given to the milk supply and the cleaning of cans���������consequent on the pressure of harvesting  operations. Other causes would seem  to play a part���������viz., stale raiik,'creameries working three or four days each  week, when they should receive milk  at least on able surroundings and under unfavorable conditions in anticipation of a rise in prices. Tho use of  impure starter, even in butermllk that  is not perfectly clean and containing  only desirable lactic germs, would  readily cause the presence of Injurious  flavors in butter.  It is an easy matter to find many  causes for tho presence of fishy, tallowy and other flavors, but If creameries would persist In putting such  simple rules as the following Into  practice, they wculd find that the list  of complaints would be rare:  1, All milks received to be fresh  clean and untainted.  2, All milk cans used in delivering  tinned steel with no traces of rust, dirt  or decayed milk Inside of them. Tho  execution of this rule would necessitate a very close examination of each  can, and In a short time the Influence  of such regular examination should be  manifest In milk of Improved quality.  3, All the utensils used in tbo  creamery to bo absolutely clean, tinware froo from rust and dirt, and tho  atmosphoro of tbe dairy clean and  dry.  Only puro culture starters In good  condition to bo usod for ripening  cream.  Every creamery manager knows tha  groat Importance of tho fulfilment of  thoso conditions, and If ho applies  blmsolf to put thorn In force ho may  expect that hia eronmory can rank  high among thoso that turn out non������  but tho choicest butter, and realize  for It tho highest obtainable prices.���������  Irish Homestead.  Double Winged 8nowplow.  I send a representation of a Bnow-  plow usod about here. Farmers usually  uso a plow with only on������ wing, but wo  uso tho double winged plow, so as to  clear tho rond at ono passage and not  dolay teams hauling In wood or oro. Of  rwo Attractive Hat Model* ��������� RlBfean !  Work a Smart Trilaminar.  A charming hat is to be seen in a '  fashionable millinery shop of reseda I  chiffon velvet with a jam pot crown. J  The trimming of shaded chenille is  caught up at the back, forming a cache- j  peigue, together with two full ostrich ;  feathers shading off to almost cream j  color. Another pretty model is of gray j  velvet with high crown. The brim ���������  turns up at one side with plumes of a  darker shade, and the crown is swath- j  ed in thickly folded chiffon.  Ribbon work is  very much in de  mand this season. It is applied to laces !  both wide and narrow, to motifs of fine J  muslin and lace let into boleros and '  coatees of Irish lace and even in kid  belts���������in,fact, on everything on which  there Is a possibility of introducing it.  Gold and silver laces, ribbons and laces  Some Breezu  Kicker Items  What   Has  Been   Going   on   In   uSbj  Neighborhood of Givea-  dam Gulch.  IT  Is generally believed   In  Grass*-  Valley that the city clerk of that:  town, who has be-on missing for  threo weeks, has  been devoured:-,  by a bear, as he was last seen ia the-  compauy of one.  We learn that a man from Indian**-),  Is about to start a paper at Tine Hilt-  where six different editors have beeos  shot or run out within two years.   Wsj-  congratulate him  on   being either aa  fool or a brave man.  The party who came along the street:  at midnight the other "night and hurtatQ  a rock through our bedroom wir_do***r  -G0WK-O"*"~BEOAD0IiOTHj ~ ���������  represent the newest form of adornment for the neck of both day and  evening gowns.  Women who do not like the full,  puffy sleeves that stick out from the  shoulders and who at the same time do  not find tlie sloping shoulder effect becoming ore grateful for the little epaulets that are so much worn. On many  of the pretty lace blouses little frills of  lace from a plastron of embroidery top  the sleeves. The dress of cloth, top,  has a shaped piece of embroidered velvet or silk, or from the collar itself will  start an ornamentation that widens  out and, falling over the arms, is there  edged with a frill of lace or a silk  fringe.  The walking gown scon in the Illustration is of London smoke broadcloth.  The double skirt is trimmed with  stitched bonds. Over the white cloth  waistcoat Is an emplecement of gay  cloth fancifully cut, forming a pretty  finish to tbe bloused bodice.  JUDIO   CHOLLBT.  STB I/IMPKB  OFF  WITHOUT XiXAYBte SXB*  CARD.  In the postofflce must have been stru  stranger In town. We were out of baB  and had put a bullet into one of Mas  legs before he had got his mouth pnclte-  "efed up To la^lT^HFlImp^^tt~wrtK-~  out leaving his card.  We haven't' said anything lately regarding our ambition to bo the nexft"  president of the United States, bui *������*���������������������������������  are keeping up a lot of thinking *_E'.  the time and shall be In evidence wbtara  the time comes. Nothing is too talis,  for us.  TO A NEW V,  We have been postmaster of tha***  town for almost three years and haT������  been working hard all thnt time, aaE  yet it was only tlio other day that w-������  got the windows of the old t<uHdins_r  clean enough to see through and found*  a clean spot on tho floor. Uncle Suco  Is industrious, but not proud.  Clenn, crisp, Innocent V,  Fresh from tho mint,  Sent forth In this hard world  To do your stint,  It makes mo rather sad  To H(io you go,  For soon your namo will ba  "Tainted," I know.  You'll pnsf* through divers ways  And crooked deals,  And wh-kocl nvarl'-o  Will dog your heels.  Likely enough 'twill be  Your WKtclicd fa to  With "irraft" bftsmlrchta" notes to  ASHOClUtB.  You may ho h������Id In noma  Trust ptrato'H thrall  Till there Ih loft you no ������  Honor ut oil.  Thon you'll bo 0Htrucl_ed  Ily peop'-j Rood;  ConUomiifd for others' sins,  MiHumlei-Btood,  You could not oven ba        (  Given nwny  For -service with the Just;  Vou'd huvo to stay  With outcast cash, und ail  Your dnyu bo upent  Umlf-r a tuin. dexplta  Your kuuiJ lutein.  i r^nvptr ������--rii"fi.nw  courso th������ number of teams attached  depends on tho snowfall. One toam  will clour tho road after a fall of eight  to ten Inches. This is a good machlno  and doea good work says a correspondent writing from the provlnca of Quo-  bee to Unrnl New Yorker.  A nt *h������ Wa������ PRnlatiM.  ������������������Mfimrn-i, did  you in-rr tlirt wbrn  you wore a Rlrir  "Yes, my dear, I did once."  "And were you punished for HY'  "It ltd to my tnarrlag* with your ft*  Ihtr.-'-La Itlra.  , Reason Enough.  i     ''F'-ef-rtirviv -*fir������ thnt ������t-������ Trmlr* lltra  I his prfindfntlipr on hia mothor'i- f*ld>."  I    "I didn't know tbo old gentleman had  i that much money.'*  I * million,  !       IjlllllOllH WlCO  vwi������ lull .wm ������������.u.    L^U  ( In life he beenmo exifedmgly stout,  ' and his features grew  Hubby.   Only  when Interested In convermukm did lis  ,' uhow indications of tin* bright intellect  i that conceived and carried out the  ! ficc:af"'t hh'tnrfr-it uw-"- r>vt>r proflnmf  by the unaided labor of one man.  four Umjm a  tear,  1 The-.'* are only four day** ������������ach year In  wlth-h sun and ck* k time eiactiy corra*  ���������pond. They *r*> April 15, Jan* 14  fept, I and Dk. *t  Mr. George H. Sheaver, tbe populmr  gunsmith of Roso Valley, denies there  bJs wife has eloped, as stated In orwr  Issue last week.  All right, George.  VK'.  you succeeded In heading her off, that.'  Is your good luck, ond wo congrntnlatae-  you.  Our Informant probably tool* tl>m> ���������  will for tho deed.  Old Jim Howson, who was caught to  a snowslido near Dog Creek last wl*>  tor and held fast for four days, bns Iitr  vented and Is now milking uso of fifty-  slx uo\V cuss words, nono of which ������m ���������  less tlmn four Inches long.   It takes ������~  calamity to mako somo men do the-Iev  best.  A keg of printer's Ink which was oiy  ; Its way to us from Chicago wns stolen  i from the freight Iiuiihu nt Lone Jacfc  : the other day by half breed Iudiu"u-#>  | and eaten up for iuoIuhhos. TltH***-  ; were five persons In tho plot, nnd allt  j of them huvo gone up Into the hills to  \ take a vacation mid rest up after theta*  ! arduous labors.  | As mayor and poHfiniiMer of t!������>  ; town we imiHt now nnd then take m  bluff In order to maintain our dignity,,  but us plain Jliu HcIIno we own o iuut������-  whlrli can beat anything in the m-������*  on it half mile track, and we'll bit im  It.  Fifty bushels of onions eam# Jrcf-**  town yesterday uloug with fouxtHju  barrels of whlnky, nnd for th* mxz  two weeks our mi net um will he kepx  ���������ocii-'U iikuiii-U Mi* genei'ul pubiic.  Atif  Ui ,C       Mil ,|J.,. I*       tin'..,���������;,       tiiu       MJt>t< i*  UiiM take his chain i- uf being nhu -j������  the bead.  "You ar������ old, Futh. r William," tt.c yc^rr*,  man *al<],  "And your linlr Jin* hecem* ntf w>,.;:������**  You  wers  sixty  ua birthday,  *--.������.', *������ *  you'is not Ural  Da you think ut your ������������������������ *t'*������ <&:**  rlghtr  4������ 1n  Kttilnf.  Cjrer-Ivlsiiliig ������ girl oo the- tfc������*fa 3������  a sign of friendship.  flyer-A ml kissing bar oa tbt tooi-tti  If t iffo of oartf. 'rtm rmAvs, cxjmberlaw.. bkitish Columbia,  for Early Spring Sewing  We have received our  first shipment"of  Lawns, NainsooR, Organdies, Persian Lawn,  Tucked Nainsook,   Colored Dimities,  Embroideries, Lace, ASIover Lace  Allover Embroideries, etc.  These goods  are direct from the   old  ������oyntry nnd are a beautiful lot.  CALL AND SEE THEM.  Camp  , u-t-=������������v> ������-������������������������������������������rmmmjamm"' ���������  5c.  LOAF.  Tarts & Turnovers  to the top", etc, usually  emanate--,  from i ho*=e estimable gentlemen who  ; on public occasions are wont to h���������kl  j forth f]..qu.--,t.!y on Mie dimity  of  j labor".    V\'iih all due deference  to  j-such persons  il. would seem  to the  j lii'm-eMid .simple minded individual  that   the    education    workingmen  need is not. the kind that will make  i hem despise manual labor and d*.-  --pis- manual labor and  ���������desire   to  become a h."orhei"B oi  wen It h   rather  =~tb aR=**rod wee-i^bu .t-^te-fei^d���������i4+a4=  Winced Steak S>&s on Saturdays,  3frt IS������-  DUNSMUiP AVENUE.  J  Before Ordering  HARNESS  YOUli  .SINGLE  CALL AND GET  MY    PRICES  X. C. MOUNTING,       $10,00  DAVIS HAKJ) RUMMER   $1500  NICKEL MOUNTING $15 00  SO LIP NICKIvL$2ooo  GENUINE HUMMER   $20 00  Plaoe your order early ami avoid tlio rush  \\ you ���������jurphuft'i onp ol tlio abovn Hota and  j-itpr tilling it tfipre is iiilY dufeot, I am **ro-  pared to roake it good,  Wesley Wiilard.  CORRESPOND SNCE  Sir  Th-   active  puMic   interest   in  School h.��������� i< 1 muiiicip;;! affair.-" taken  by M'vernl < onu-ibutors to your last  spne shows* what   bus   long   been  lackirg ainoiii- r������.te j*,iyera  in  this  town ,-ind surely irie.ins  tlieaxpres-  pion 0   a hi<di   public   conscience  The idea suggested i>v  "'.Citizen" is  one 1 ha' hits fo- months past   been  sngges'ed by other lending citizens,  'o dispense with the servites   -f   a  city constable. V which   is   really <������  silicone-call   for    lenders   fo-    all  pi-Mi."'work,���������let  Mr   Horna!   at -  tend to police duty with power   to  appoint a special in urgent cases, he  also attending to small matters like  weighing of hay, ringing curfew, etc  It seems a shameful waste of public  money that the towruvill continue  to em ply a man rt $900.oo a year to  worksite or two hours a��������� week.   This  money could be well spent in assist  in-.' the High School, inetead of   as  now compelling parents to pay  the  exobifan' sum   of  $2   per   pupil  monthly to help   nnntain  the   institution.    If such a condition of af  faireia allowed lo c^ust our wot thy  Council��������� will   succeed   in   driv.ni������  some of t ur most valuable residents  ii5tn the town  and will  he  a  constant detriment to  prospective  set  tiers.    My advice to  the  rate-'������ay-  ers is, if 'hey \\\A\ to see ihe High  S:h- ol retained to make a long pull  a strong null, aud a pull all toge'h  er in   the   iiitavepts   of   the   High  School    The   programme  .; which  h-*t? hicu suggt^ted must appear  to  everyone as based upon plain   1 om-  rnoii sense and a   ihornu'f-h   k:.ow-  bdyeof the net5'1.** -'"id   rcquirmenti*'  iiLiiieoitv.'  Of children who at ten d  \oyal Barfkof Carjada  Capital "paid up), $3,000,000  Reserve Fund ..   .3,437,162  Undivided Profits, 36,873,576  T. E. KENNY,  Pui'-hluxt. ' K. L. PEASE. Gbiwibai, Mawaob  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department:���������Deposits of $1 aud upwards raoeived-   Interest allowed at current rates, oompoo-vded twioe eaeli year on 30th Juno and 31st December.  Drafts on all points bought and sold,  H P. WILSON, Managua  OFFICE HOURS   10 to. 3;    Saturday  10 to 12; open   Pay Night* 7 p.m. to 9p.m  _A. LARGE STOCK OF'  Fishing Tackle   0NcheIpae  Rods,  R;x!>;, Lines, Casts, Flies, Fly books  a lot;.no:"e than- was-ordered.  To Get Rid of These  Goods they will be aold  oueap fo.i Cash for the next Ten Days.  wiil give them widom to so re.en-  eraie the world that those wh.~- come  after up will elect of their own free  will lo become workingmen instead  of ''rnamental parasites o������ sociely.  In slum, the education of working  men should lend to-v-u'd* the reali,  zation of "the dignity of labor", and  not toward the realign ion of the  pontic! ideals of lat te:-day exponenis  of material success.  The'man who accepts a "lip"  from another iniin furnishes just  one more argument niminst the presumption that all men are created  equal.  The groat; Uterrno Tonic, and  J^fr-- i> only safe eit'octuM Monthly  (ItogalaLor ou which women oan  depend. Sold iu threw degrees  of Btrcnj?th���������No. h ������1; No. 2,  10 deprci.-s stronger, $3; No. 3,  for eno-jial cases, $5 per bos.  Bold by all druggists, or seat)  Prepaid on receipt of price.  Froo pamphlet. Addresa: THE;  CMKMEDlOINBCO.jQFtOtilTO, OWT. tivrrwlyWindsgl  t>.t_a-atfc.������.l** ���������, Mini?,;  the High School there an- per ha [is  parent!* of 4 families wno can afford  to pay t he monthly fee, nnd it, seems  nio-t, unjust tha' the Council futile sake of pure sentiment i,u keening an idh* man walki- g the streets  wi i puni-h the children who desire  a higher cuuea'ion by- not re'rench  ing in a very necessary din-cti r.  We hope m hear from Mayor Wiilard ou ibis vital ipnestion. Public  iuteres born of pui/.'c kiiowletlge of  civiciifi'nirs i-" .ill that, 's heces-'aiy  f >r th'- pri per ih velopmcnl of a sue*  cc8 ful nmuicip il ,-ysieiii,  Rat-j \)ttytif  '3   A t^VS^tAV\M.iik9f  The G-rrnt JSnfiliih, Jfcvrrdy.  'J'onos and invi.'t ���������������������������������������������.'..es'tlu't w���������\miv>  iiorvuua -nyste! ..^ i:'H.iU'.:ri sv:".v  Blood in old "Vein.-'. Om'vsJVti*-  ous Debility, Me.ntul and Brum Worry, J)cn-  'jwndency, tiexuul Wcdkiwis, hUrd-vdms, tipct-  ���������matorrham, and Effects of Abuse or Jixcnaen.  Piico $1 per box. six for ������5. One williilcas.-. yb:  will euro. Sold by .-ill lirn-g-K-iety-'ir.iiiaili.'t in  plain pkur. on receipt of priec. J\< rj pumpMct;  -Tiwritt'd-frc<',T-JT"TS-WooeS-?,3������_"*a4������3-So*���������������������������  (formerly Windsor) TyfOKto, Ont,  FOR  i>i -iLL  CUMBERLAND  eat Market  Choicest Meats  Supplied at JL/owu-nt MlM-het frjegs  Vegetables  A   Great  Variety  will   alwayii l)-3  in st'iok ;   al,so a WjTp'y of  F'resh Fish  will  be on Sale ev������ry Wchv/Mdw-j?  Yonr pati-tii.Hgt),ih uoidially invited   and  -.11 ordr ri. v.j)I  In* !)*-.->':-))f.ly.'ielh-ejrud. ���������  -M-^U^m  tvicrneem"  ljuavt'er fp tion IHO .icres of fine  hn:d, eupily clear:d. in 0; e of ihe  be i par.-of ("omox Valley, -h mile  from post oflioe ������  Apply a'1 this *i(licfi.  'PT-umsiKTORS.**  _-������W^iiWiipi������i-������W-VfMi  .-uawuss-v-.-ij  VJOTIC)"; IH IIKREI'Y GIVEN' that  4-^ V> days from date I intend to apply  to tlit' Hon. Chief Commismncr of  MncUnnrl Works for 11 tweniyi-iinu (31)  year lease ol tliefollnwitu: (.Icserilnul land  \gr the pippose of Oy-tf-r culture, com-  niencnij' at a pout phnied >>n ilic'liaster-  Jy shorn oi V'oi) PiMiop'- C������itk, Ciiitc*,  Ishind, ihpiu'a followinn the sliori" line  around he.ul of creek to a point .ipposiie  fliiti.'ll poil thenr**: lo place of < oniiii'.oin;  *j)eol, eijcloiiiiK 300 urri-s, more or less.  JOHN (UJNAItKf'N.  t*AUvortiiierowho want th'irad  ���������|.i,(\nifed- nbould ������������t copy in by  9 %>xt\. 4ay liotoro ii-sue.  Tha Kditor wilt not liu roN|inin*il)lo for the  iriflwi, Nfltitiment*, or any orruru <������f w-iiiimai-  ^ion of InM.r ������orri"������|mndf-ntH.  ca.' 36. anDc^oiwSo^  fob Wor!-. fitriutly C. O. D.  Trannlont, Adu Omih in Arivanno.  IHSUKD KVKHV WKIiNKSIiAV.  Subscription.....  $y 00a yo ar  The tlreitdfijl catastrophe at  San  Francisco brings to mi ml  old pro-  dictionB, nearly forucitioii, 'li.it iliai,  poilitii'i of I he state was   subject   Ir.  earthquake     Mr I)    V,'.   !'I;g_iiis,  the veteran   journalist c������f Victoria,  wntosiiii account of the liSilSiremoi  which, nhile not of such long dur  ivtion as the Inst, wan evreiuely intense \\\m\   woul 1   have,   had    ll"  building of that day bivn at all like  the present, < r the  popu'iition    >-o  hu'^e, probuh'y resulted in a similar  lofi-nf lifeimd propeny,    Old J'aciv  lie ('oast vesid-'iits reiiieinlier iho rc-  solutiuiis formed uflur  thai   (pinko  Ihit' none but low wooden buildings  be creeled in San Krai cisco in un  iii;i;������ation of similar     vt������itiilion������  (irtidiially, lie hi.is of |.eo) hi were  ill ivetl, coidi Id im iv a- re-* a red atid  skyHerpjiers ������riv i-n etui in phif'of  'nw biiil.ling-    a 11 igh'y evoiiitioii!  01 ni'iil-  (!umbeilani\, \\. C.  April 23 UiOO  10.1  NeWH  Sir  v.-  tl.  n-.-i  U1.1  n"  ,t  A gmxl ���������ili|"t������li������������i> i* -11 li only in  jKifnr ��������������� it ������eaeh u-' h'������>v liKlo im-  know of ul! 1 e������ i- to know. It  M lathfr h'-r.i|ilt;i'.pj; <* tlsc nan  who i.*   'hi-,        "   '  chitectnre, fin- destroyeil othi-iH nnd  va������l atnoiints ot valuable chattels,  in many eases impoHsiblo tn replace  Many people lnumino thnt Han  Kninciflco is no more, at IcaBt on  theohlio'e. Tikingin view (lie  iincoiKjuerable enifrnri-ie of the  \oi-Mf  n"0. If bnvn������vvr, il is ������������ifi������  lt������iferrinn to (he letters  regarding Rchool   funds   lately   ap-  pditriug >n Ihe Nr.ws   I Ihink  thai  good point" have been taken by the  advocates of both   nit'thud!-   of   re  trenching.   Since tliose   have   ap  pea red however, 1 hear that most of  Iho parents of   children   attending  High School have agreed to pay $2  per month, and that   it   ban   been  stated by   tho  irusteei*   limt   llna  amount would hnve  only  between  .$'200 and ijW.U) io bn made up by (he  Cily,    N '\v Mr ICdilor, it -ecina to  me tha  there can he 110 disoussion  on this   point,    If   I  under-tniul  aright, the High School   ib   not   a  coiiipulf-ory i'hafge on the city, and  oou-eijueiitly, it h no: iu the power  of tlie eivie iiutliorites to devote any  of llie p'lblie money to 1 bal nrciin::i  Then foic. t!.e iii:ui:iui  11   tiitti't    be  .'ITII.     .1.1     '.,.ti|������|i| ..     ..pi'-i'li'       of       ( 11|-  i    ���������      -         ' 1 I   ,      !������,, 1 1!.,    ...  1.  I' ������������������''���������-     -    ���������   ������������������'  u> 111 other uimuihori/ed  oApeudit  viree.    It would be uimn ncuci  ii a  1'iiblic  School fund   were   crenled  anrl kept up solely tor putiito pur*  \)oHbtl.  Your? otc Tax  EGOS FROMIMI'OHTKD STOCK  MUNICII'ALI IT OK THE  CJTYOl-  CUM HER LAND.  Notice To hi Owners.  Ownc*' of. dogs wi.o huvo not  paid iht! >ax fo'" the present voir,  ou or before the 30th day of April,  ne"ti, will be proceeded against with  ou 111 t'u. (her ii nice.  Hv Order of Council.  L.W. NI-NN-**, Oitv Clerk,  Cumberland 11.C. March Bl?t, 11)00 j  GEORGE B. MARTIN'"  rtAHRlSIVR ANi.bOLlCITuft  Canadian Bank of Commerce 'Btdg,  Nanaimo Bo O.  w"^������w  CITY OF CUMliKKLAND  COURT OF   REVISION  (bit k fit ���������.? ccti.-:'.ten������'v in liu- unit- j to as-nme iluil rebvii'dinK will com- I     A chance to ���������,<���������: the m't-ati-.t e������<K Pro"  ������������������lay of Hf-.' unit:, t Ium.v  thai   the j ���������������������'���������������������<' M ������������������.w.xW n-h������ ���������- of  tbo  heal | "l -������������������������������������' |,,"'";- ""���������' "���������  ' ���������'���������- :'luI:"'   ''"   -���������������  ������ .     1  : 1     1    1 -i . (tr,.u nr. ������..,!.I   a.���������i o,,, ftii���������    ������i.������������������ .i   I ������run* fvouii liiown l.e^l|fim   Hen-* mated  (  u'it'iit a lvic������* ta nvliuii] t!nllr������n ' nfi-are com, anii tn������> city, thotmlt jr..  7 , I        i I    M, : *itt        .        ,    .        .mi i .1 41 ",i.u luii.iICi, iCurtd'/j at   .New  ami     wutKinc   men   tu   ' |,.',   a- ��������� p"hap' b il' in a ������liftcreut atyle to I ,,���������,.,. .'  pducfMon'*    -su  tb  t'J  ���������:>������  in... :>r)v,  rtiH  iw* bi-tt������T   fb'tn    fV.-r.  Vork .--li iw.  Ai  't.,i:  tn  ,..,<..  NOTIC 15.IS IIK������KHY C1IVKN  thai the Anuuai siitioj" of the Court,  of liev'i.d Ul for Me p M'j.os of h'-ar-  iiig all coui|ilamt ' I'vaini-'-l ihe As-  scHiiienl for I'leyear liuiii, as maoe  by the A**-es>or of tlie < ;>> i( ���������������������������  iieri ,ntt, .l������.C, wi'l be :<:V.! io iho  Council Ch^uiber, Cii*,1 Hall, on  Mo,ahiy theJiOMidiyof April, 100(1  at 8 o'clock, p-m.  I. W'.NUNNH, City Clerk,  Cumberland 1UV, April 1,11)0(1.  a25  OKi'IClAI. AHMIN'ISTKATtJK'S  iNu'l U'i..  li,   'ti ;  ('-������������������ ij?l��������� >,���������  ' 'omi * ol   I'v-'in-iinio  !'<ri! mi  ,|i   ('iiMihei"I.-��������� i-��������� I       !tV die  ���������.".-'���������il - ol  (,eoi -i     (I'lt'ihnist    -it--  -    _    '       '      "    .    .      ,   11-,-.  M  '���������' I    *���������    I .   '    -, '.      \,-l     ,|;.t,.,|  \K\\ ihiy  oi Aoril,   M>, tonO.  1'j   -,  ,,.,,!',.-,   ,tH. ,'>',(.,,.;i. ,,f  W'Uli-mi  \\'e-.|i'\' Wiilard ami t;,e d'-alh ctaTiliciu*  of die i3e<*i'a.-.c(| (/i.-or^'e Q icilmr.it   it ii  UIWlllW      tilt,       llllli.lifl       . ,v.    .t_, ....,..-,  olin lal ailniinistiat' ^J. far part ,ol the  Cmiiuv Court DistiiqW N^tiainio hliall  be AdmiiiihtMioi ot .ifl and '-"iiiKUl.tr die  ^oiuls, chaucls and crediis of (iti.irj{ts  Oirdlnn>t uei.ci-.eil uiiesta.c and (hat  thi* order e* piibliiliel in th<������ ('timln-r-  |,uul Ncrt's iitw.������pi[icr lor "lit; insertipn,  S.d.  K   1! \ltl.lsON, liii.trp.J.  KOIl SAI.K cl..,upa ladies bicycle  nearly n������ ������j coanter hmktt  Apply ul lids ollicc.  3^5   -A-X-l-i   "WTS   -5-S5S:  JUST a chance '0 show you that  we always plwi'se our ctwibotn**,!'"}  by supplying them with the BEST  MKAlS at tin- lowest ninrket.  pricoB. A iiiai oudc-r will oonvinoe  you.  THE   OITY  Meat   Market,  W. W, McKAY, Proprietor.  NOTIQE.  Any person or persona found cut-  tin.i or icmovinc timber from LotH  l.r>,'JO and ihe south 22 acr������H of  the Fi'KOt.ional N? W. ^. Sec 80 ami  Kracioeai S W -jof Sec 80 (������7 Ac)  of Township XL Nelmin District,  will bo proHecuted nccojiUng to law  GRANT & M0UNCK.  Cumberland Jan, Olh 1WO0,  DANCE  Kvcry H.ttu.ulny nit'ht in Cumber*  land Hall from 8 p m to 12. Any  one tle.-lriiin tuition   apply   to   T.  V'-.HM-.' Nt,m"   Ti"n-������l,������r,,|    MmIhI  A Guaranteed Cure  for   Piles,  Hahing,  Mliurt,  lllcmling or Protrtidino;  > ' .���������.--������*������������,*?  _..i-.,        >. i ������������������������������..���������������������������������   ���������>.....-.   i.,u���������V4    ,<   i-i*. J  OIN r\IKN l' titili to cure any t-aiu, no mM  tor of how Imif- utimdimr, in 0 to U dtyt.  Fire* application givoi cue ������uil rant, ftOo,  If your diuggitt hain't iUond fiOa iiiiUinpt  fitirt It will l������ fnrwt-rrlod p<i*t-p������id by Parit  MoHiome Co., St' Loaii, Mo,  TO 0TJH18 A OOl,������ IN ONE BAY,  T4k LAX All VK >il*t>MO yillNINK T������b,  IttU. All droggi*ti retuwl the nwni^y if it  (tin* to otrra. K. W. Orove'* ���������igmtart i|  a eaod box.   9t>e,


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