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 TWELFTH   YEAR  CUMBERLAND.   B. C.    WEDNESDAY   AUGUST  i go5  fiW*v**&**fi>t*&^  AT THE BIG STORE  Local  and Personal  Ca-it. li. A  Dillon has U-ken out  11 rs Geo. G rie ve and fa in i 1 y. left  _}ji--���������  m������-rnirm for Vancouver.     Mr  Col ins' family   vvill   occupy their  an auc nun-ei'.- Lie; nee and will j hou>e. Mi?s Katie Siu.triaeeomp-''*  probably hold regular ni..nllily siiu-f- ! nies Mr? Grieve as far a? Naiiaioio  Al   Weic rube's   Clearing    **"aie   he | whoro she will vi.-if .Mends.  wield-u the hammer   for   the   lir.-t I  ;   timo in thisCny.  OIK  And vvill continue until further notice.  Sehsonabfe ^ale of 'Seasonable. Goods.  A3.  Profit or loss cut no figure with us  in closing: out Season goods and  left overs.  See todMilB anil windows for prises etc,  v  t*- -j-v-*-*vwi." ' ���������*:'������������������"���������  9  Sifiion L'eisef' & to  V.  "^^^r^n^s^p*^  ���������:f*df--'  fe^A*tJ,lMl If,  aa*\**J.������tu^r.' jlt-ojuctj  i" '"'���������nri-rniifr'rnwi  Ni  A. i   \ a  0"i   Y&Tcd STREcT,    Vl'JTOnl^, B..':6.  -Cuit l^-jt-ivt-'l lav,;i  ������h.i������mor.t. ���������>"'  ,  ffj?. ������,'*.' _ :  _.' WASH,  CUI.Tl'VATjriS,   SEKO t>aiU,S,   U-KKiCI. UOKi", Etc.-  '���������'������������������!'.RV 1'. VI'IMT v������ti'i:ovnM!-'N'i'.-s.  ('���������-.H'-ind sf'i.-.'iiitiu ������������������>' tvriro fi'������' cnl.al.-j.'uci-' imd prlo-.-s.  PO. D.awor 563  Telephone 82,  Sole Agents i'or B.O.  ��������� ^.���������wn&maen.aym'���������������**+*���������+* *wm  ii4m'-'.-+���������***a'*eh*imv^imK*i������aiv%--'ii-lem  f .        /&.. v'��������� *';i -:.y f\,  ENGLISH OAK GOODS  New in-t-ortineiv   jngt airvod.  ' This Silver mounled Oak Wnr������   in   rich   in appearnne-v-  Siibfttimtiiil in ''luraotfV"- nnd Ave* exce'i'-Hit, wiovici'.  Sutler Dish'-'S���������-ill "���������c-V'-r.tl hM-j*-:. al! '.vilii   Iouhu  .'������jini-p<>r������  colnin iininu.--$3oo. $3 6o Woo e*ioh.  h  Salad Bowl:' h'U-nU-<v)i.> d-.v-ign, price oniuplnlo  with oak    |jj  iindled IC. I'. S������M,vorn.--$7 5o sriJoo tvieh, |������j  Biscuit Barrels- "K'li'v.ied and fl'.ely fine:! im'f f'.M vce   fYin-in'"  ml wiih hi'Ht I'jnn'.iiy Jv IV liooj m und .she ul I'm"  monogram,   $3 5o, #4 5o. $0 co each  i-ICjUCUi     li'   ><lw .'.  Pi  li -���������ni'i ��������� Mtr i   i a.���������- -*  Montparticular People use only  Hudson .Buy Kiour $b.t;0 per barrel.  Napier & Partridge.  Rev. Mr McElmon conduced  services in the Presbyterian Church  on tounday Air .\k:Jfilm���������n was  stationed at Cmox   twenty   years  ago  Probably nothing i' more������atipfae-  tnry ihcn good reliable load --rod ���������  nets. Tite inner man always wants  the. best.- Piu'Uruiur people iind  pwlecl satisfaction in buying ti.-.eir  groceneri At Dine Big tttore.  Mayor Wiliaid and family are  camping, al Koy'-i beach  American Hams and Bacon 18c  per lh.   'is.ipier i\j Partringe.  Mi-js Beatrice Gaudin accompanied  by Master Bob Harvey returned to  'Vicioria on Friday lat-t..  Tht-'fui.eriil of Giovanni Farin-  oni took pmce on iSuuday from ni--  litie iesiUi-ncc in Uuiuii. Thu r������-  inaint������ vve'r,e taken io Trinity Ghuich  where service*-, ware condtieteti by  1'lev, Mr Cnristnias: A large C'Ut-  cour.-e oi liienda 'followed thu cortege to liit* g'rave.  jSiew iSpuusijii 50 per sack. Napier.  & Partridge..  Rev Wm. Hicks, Airs Wilkinson.  Miss Belle Murdoch, Me-j-srs T. L  ]>e_ivnn, G. Kobson", Lf Petike aoa  Ll. P. Uoi.'s were oik ward buuuu  pii^enj.-,ei".-j on Friday morning.  Mrs Cajit. .Footo   and   child   oi  Victoria ni-Q _uests' oi .Mrs   C.   11  Tai boll "       :  ���������M!'^^^lMdrd4s^siiUgUieiM"w4e4-  at J)i-nma/'i l?(i,  TiiO foiAowing lettei'has been  re  ceiveti front The B: U'V Mutual Kne  Liii-ur.tncc Co . oi \ an'Cuuver by Sir  J<>8. Alci'ii-e at Qourtney.  Vancouver, B,-Q;;$\i\y 2-Uh 1905.  Jo.-'epb Mei'iif-'oJi.', tp  C'*:.rt.iu*y,'P vJ.  Dear.,i3ii;.:-���������1 ,ikCxh much pica"iire  in I'.smiiijg y.<)ii.Llic cheque, of tni-  Company for ^llOU.oo lo  aBs-in:.'in  ������������������coverin-.;-yo\\: leconi lo-s by fire.  B** kind eiiou.hu)  sign  the in-  . clo.-ud receipt. amJ-ohligo  Yon'is Faithfully.  John A. Log m. Secy.  Naturally, Mr McPhee is delight-  c I wiih the ])ioiiipliiutio with which  iho hous-e insurance has been paid  by what in virrually a nv-,vv Comjutny,  this beirn^ their heaviu.it io^s ti-us.  far. Of thu $2000 c.-irried by M'  McPht-t!,!itbU0 wan on ihe barn which  wa- saved.  j't'iichimin sjilondid condition for  Preserving at Napier<fc P.rtiidg<s.  ' Mj'sF. Hail and hor fori hatie  farewfiii to her mother, hu- brolnei'  nntl tdt-'ei'H' Mrs Strung and f.nniJy,  nntl Iff I. for lier home in Chicago  hn*.i Friday  The new boll tower in complivod  ; h.i tin; ,iel! ih pi-ohioh.      A   i_i'..a  inipiMvomu'ii on iljcoid o -e      B-  tot; way,   .-as   tin-   Council   ncici.i  wi- el/ in placing tho tower in  tne  .-������������������tiTiti?    Jt wini.tl Ktic-iii that in ca.;y j  of any aciuoiii happ1 ning by   way }  ii i.'nllii-um \iith any   part   ol"   Un  '/  J > r ictairo tho City eonhi bo hind ie*  i   ' .-ponitiiiJe i.ti ilHh'itgi***..  A\      ���������    '���������  ! FORS.'iLE  |; 1 M/hl. plnif-irm "priii",'wapon, m������w  whei'lt", iduifm, diifh itid ciishiohH  newly painted. A good family  wat: on.  1    s-Mu-'Io   hurni'mi,   linnrl  DROWNING       ACCIDENT.  News came Sunday ovoninc of (  the tleath hy drowning of Jos. Fail''  burn, at C^urtn-y It wa--. h'irn  ed i liat the deceased who was quit'-  unable to swim, went into th'  slough near Mr Davis' place ������������������qui|t  perl with a pair uf ''water wings",  made of inflated rubber, t!ie-t*  seem to have slipped from place  after he was in the wnter. nnd he  pank. J. Pollock, seeing his p*"e  dicament, jumped in and dived,  reaching Fairhuin and bringing  him to ihe surface, but being unable  to bring him ashore,'he was finally  forced to let go in order to save  himself, Fairhum sank again, and  though again taken out in a few  miiiutes lime he was found to be  beyond resuscitation, Dr--Millard  working hard to restore animation.  Coroner Abramu was notified and  he and Con. Thompson proceeded  to tho scene. An inquest was held  M-.inday, the verdict being���������accidental death from drowning. Deceased vvas a comparalive stranger  in Courtney, and was working on  Mr I. Davis' ranch. He wasabjut  20 year** oid, and a member of the  Woodmen Lodge. Thefuneial to-.>k  place Mo-nuny atthe Kngiish Chure.h  Cemetery at Sand wick Rev. Mr  Willemar officiating, The pallbearers being Messrs J a-.. Carthew,  O Olesen, F.Tavken, O. H. Fecimer,  Joa. 'Ander'on and Wm. Berklej*.  Relatives of the-deceae'ed reside in  Colorado. huL-lhout-h  a   telegram  The  li  ,*1"ST  AHIUVKD AT THE  m  ier  gash store:  i 10 Patterns to choose from. "^  2 Double liolh for 25a:s, upwards.  "���������I'uno bi'iiug, MtxHd I'tint-*,- 50 Sha'ldi of  A a'nso.uH, R nuiol-:, **iC:ous, Varnish,  "iV*hiti:.g,  BnibliHM.  etc.  T.E..BATE,.  DUNSMUIR AVE, Cumberland  -*M������r-M9������liV  1905 -  ?  8  >aoer  had been <! -.-"p'alched, no answer had  'icf'i rocci-rd '.itvto the t'rnc cf thc  funeral. During hi* t-hurt re-ider-ce  ih Comox iie made many fvier.ds,  and his sad death dime as a severe  bio..",  ;3*^;:*^KMfi^2S<^ .  Mr Massey, of Vancouver, on Saturday p voce.-ded tu Cat.upbel'1 River  in his pretty little gasoline launch,  ���������witha fc:w guesis. Mess? Bruce,"  Humphrey, Hudson, Pil'et and  tShore, to enjoy a few days' fishing.  The pVirty re'timed yesterday, delighted wi Irth ir trip, and loud in  piaiscs of Mr Massey and his boat.  Excellent (--port was enjoyed  ���������M-i-X(-!4-&uiita_im^  per tin.    At the Big Store, to c'.ean  up odd lines.  A son was born to   Mr  and  Mrs  Robt. McNeil on Friday last  *   ���������  ��������� ���������  ���������_-0   1  of of I kinds when in smsim.  ���������wi-*<V-.t>IMu-^i;i������,l--'������-*M-w-V.*'W^  T 1VK ON IT if you can and   you'll   lie  healthier   ir.   Bummer    than    ever  beture  QUR F.<1IIT is always the bout quality  that coinert to town and we can afford lo sell it i". iifonably beemir-e we  handle mi inucn oi it.  t  J^Y I'lvACING YUUU (IHDKH early  with uh for Pre>-i'i-ving Penchri- you  will bo mm t,f getting the best  tpialiiy uf fruit at ihe lowoht price.  . ,,,. ,      ,     Caliuiuo, the be������t saniiary \������.ill  FOH   8ALE:-H������������Wboat,   Cinkov.| /laii j,, U) Auhade., for .alo U C.  built,    UUont   lh-.il,   4   loot   i'OMU, ,lt   ^ir-!(:lii  t'tiiire tiuaui, h������ui uiu-.-> and :ai!, .;!!  i.t liti't '���������';:,;>J ''iu)ili'i''n:    Pi I. *-������!'o;"> :      No ooe uei-d go lial;'-'    lioolVrn  Apply* H* i>b-vCA.N, Uiiiou ii.ty. j oi tManrtis, wuoii  lUoh   wu ���������<.!*..ui  T. K. I'nu* h.i*-. -asi ittcecil   '   i������'������*  oi i1';,.',;-'J"     ���������'',,       "������������������"_.������������������    '-      "..'  WalU-ftPer.. li}* huT) ,1,Uif>   tt, Juli ,u;,s"������  half a hickul, and g.������ud   tt...,.t U. it  t  HI  inrni'mi,   iinnri   made  nen'ly new.  1  li vear ob! cow oui -t'liiul  tc od i $  liil'.kt-r. ' *������  1 fine ids teen ni'-r.th old heifer.  All ut a baMi'in  Union Hay, ll. C.  Need any Fruit jars?  The Canning Si'if-on brings a deniai'd fur ^ealort*  which we ]>rnp:uo(Lfor moniht1 ngo. Wo hell only the nioBt  lilliihle kind  Pints, (')uartp and Half Gallon vines at lowest pnees.  *   '*     i'l.      ,,     ...i.l, ,,.,.> ,1 inv   7ilr<   ner 'be.-  T  iti-i  I!"  li" winner of '!���������.   ''r '!  i J    ill   I it,-������     |i'r'li:l'        f  I'.)'* ,*'t       ���������'.      ��������� '.', !' .'1:  :  't .'    ���������   ' ���������      !  .  V*  ��������� i.il wee till j v,  ���������n i.'������'.     \ i i     '���������*  .V  It  ht'i -���������'', ���������; hL **������ p  (inli wighiin- 5 hi 14 ������������������/.. A pb no  of 'he h-hcliii in ii'id Vir "est .i h on  ������������������xbibitiou in B:g Suite -.'hiiou.  (gfrla*^^*****^^  I MY LADY PEGGY  GOES TO TOWN  By  FRANCES AYMAR MATHEWS  Copyright 1901, by the Bowen-Merrill  Company.  -���������.Lucl! Robin" (the" hussy), ''but you  are a killing- creature. Nay, nay,"  drawing out a few steps, he after her,  from the shade of the trees nnd more  iu the flare of the twinkling globe  lamps. "Nay. tarry here but a moment.  There are the same reasons for your  not ���������accompanying me now that have  prevailed upon me to keep our matters  secret hitherto. I pray you. stir not  from the neighborhood of this wooden  lion���������see?���������until 1 return, which I will  do presently."  "Faith," cries the baronet, "I'll not  budge, my divine Peggy, until you are  once more at my side." And with a  horrid leer through his peepholes he  essays to take Lady Biddy's hand once  more, but she's off, balking him.  Quick as thought she scampered  across to the edge of the orchestra,  where she discovered a group of masks  and among 'em cue whom by the rose  pinned to her bloom colored bodice she  knew to be Lady Diana, and she made  certain that two of the three bloods  near her, canes dangling at their buttonholes, must be Sir Percy and Lord  Kennaston.  "Hist!" exclaims Lady,Biddy, panting partly from speed, partly from the  fright a lady alone might experience in.  running the gantlet of so many macaronis and fops, not to speak of thieve*"  and pickpockets, as perforce was th'.1  case in progressing about Vauxhall.  "What is't, Biddy, for I know you by  your silver heels?" answers Lady Di.  "Mischief, I'll dare be sworn, or it's not  you. Speak your mind. There's none  here but what can keep a secret, and  the whole of us have been a-watching  you .with some one, fie, at the entrance  to the Dark alleys."  "Is Sir Percy here? Is this he?"  whispers Biddy.          Sir Percy bows, for he 13 there,  ���������while the other two gentlemen, inferring from her tone that she seeks a  private ear, instantly withdraw to one  of the boxes for a glass of Burgundy  to refresh their spirits.  "I've news for you of one you're  a-dying for, of Lady Teggy Burgoyne!"  exclaims she triumphantly.  "What! What!" comes' simultaneously from behind each of the masks  she addresses.  "Aye, I'm after learning from whom,  think you?"  "Proceed, madam," says Percy, very  low.  "From him that's supposed to bo her  husband, Sir Robin McTart that mistook me for hor," Biddy titters; "that  she's here tonight hy an appointment  with him, mado by a trusted servant  of hers called 'Mr. Incognito;' sent to  moot Sir Robin before tho shop of M.  Jabot In Holborn, and he's not seen her  ladyship���������I moan Sir Robin's not seen  hor since they wero sojourning in Kent  together, and there's a mystery for you.  And I mado excuses and left him  R-standing by tho Hon, for I could no  longer contain tho news, but must run  back to blra now to extract tho rest of  It. Pray heaven Lady Peggy herself  comes not by and lots out that I was  not sho at all, at all!"  ������������������Heavens!" murmurs Percy under  his breath as Biddy rattles on. "Can  this thing bo? And what does it all  moan?"  Restraining Lndy Biddy, both ho and  Lady Diana endeavor to quiet hor  Abounding spirits nnd to gain from  hor tho detailed account of hor encounter with Sir Uobln, Percy, lu tho  midst of hor voluble tongue and hor  giggling, striving to form somo plan  of action which shall this night bring  matters to tho touch between himself  nnd tlio baronet uiid leave ono or  t'other of 'cm stiff and stark.  Moanilmo Sir Itobln, with Broody  eyes iixod on Lndy Biddy so long as  he can soo hor nnd until sho and hor  companions withdraw Into a box,  stands ns If at ono with tho wooden  Hon. Presently, however, his gnzo Is  diverted hither and yon, not only by  tho playful and engaging remarks of  various young ladles who ehullougo  his mask In the most direct and obliging fiiuhlnn but by n pertain (Itrurn  W'hleh ho beholds moving nbont aimlessly, it would acorn, ami nlono bo>  noath tho dark shadows of tho trcci  toward tin* river,  Thoro If something in this figure's  Ttinhci'it   t>.''wint'b pln-tlri'il ?md  tnitsited  ���������"therefore, tho baronet notes, ono of  Mr. Uriuiiiiiers pnrty-whleh Htrikes  hhn iih familiar, and when presently  tho unknown lifts mask and reveals tho  countenance behind It Sir Robin sidles  up, one eye on tho wooden Hon of his  tryst, howeuT, and, plucking Lady  I'e-ri'.v by the arm, cnys:  "IIo, Mr. Inei^nito'."  Peggy turiiH, and betwixt disgust,  dismay, horror und uuiuta-UH-nt a-malii*.  client,  "���������TU T, *lr, Itobln McTort," lifting  Mi r>\m mnik n frlfh* to ntoniro Ida  companion of un* hkmtity,  "So." returns she. "i ao perceive."  "Oh, Mr. Incognito, what do I not  owe to your being in my lady's employ?  She is indeed here."  Her ladyship, taking this for a question, answers thus, with emphasis:  "Yes; she's here, indeed."  "I have seen her," sighs the little  baronet, leaning his head, just exactly  the height of her ladyship's own, down  on Peggy's shoulder in an excess of  sensibility.  "Have you?" exclaims she, not daring to stir in the embarrassment of believing it possible that the scoundrel  has discovered her identity.  "Oh, yes," sighs Sir Robin; "I have  received a pressure���������nay, two of 'em���������  from her hand. I've kissed her fingers.  I await her return to meet me at the  wooden lion yonder."  "Do you?" says Lady Peggy, mystified beyond everything. "Did she look  as you expected her to?"  "Ah," gasps Sir Robin, "she has not  yet lifted her mask for me to behold  her countenance, but when she returns  I shall beseech her for one glimpse."  "Ah!" returns Peggy, now fully persuaded that some one has been making"  a jest of her companion, but none tho  less disquieted on her own score.  "Hark, ye, Sir Robin," says she, "you  have ever found my counsels wise. Bo  advised by me now. Leave Vauxhall  at once. Lady Peggy Burgoyne is not  safe so long as you tarry here."  The little baronet doughtily, although  trembling, puts his band to his hilt.  "Nay, sir," . continues Teg. "Your  weapon would not avail for her preservation. She leaves town this very night  for Kennaston. Do you the same, nor  risk detection longer here." Her ladyship uses the word advisedly, and has  the satisfaction of seeing Sir Robin  shiver with terror, then steady again  as he reflects that her ladyship's fears  can but be in connection with her own  escapade, since 'tis plain from all he  can spy and eavesdrop not a soul as  yet has missed Sir Percy de Bohun  from bis accustomed haunts.  . "But she swore me she'd be back In  a few moments, Mr. Incognito, and,  'sdeath, sir," perceiving Lady Biddy  emerging from the box and advanciug  toward the lion alone, "there she is!"  Off and away Sir Robin McTart to  Join his fair, while Lady Peggy, screen-  ���������ed-by-the-increasing-shadowsr~for-the-  dripping lamps are one by one by this  dying down in their globes, beholds  one���������she divines not which���������of Beau  Brummel's lady guests courtesying and  greeting the baronet with her finger  tips.  Now my lady's heart's a-thumping  monstrous hard. She beholds, as well  as Sir Robin and his supposed Peggy,  two others. Alas, she knows too well  who they are, u-poeplng out from the  corner of tho box entrance whence  Lady Biddy camo just now and watching her encounter with Sir Robin.  These are Lady Diana and Sir Percy.  Together? Ayo, and a-going to be  "together" for all their lives, sho sadly  thinks, both of thorn, quito forgetting,  save porchanco for a moment's be-  gullement, her vory existence But it  behooves hor, if not for hor own sake,  of which she has come to tho pass of  recking but little, thon for hor father's  and mother's, now to bid farewell forever to disguises, falsehoods, choatlngs,  man's estate and even tho melancholy  chance of seeing tho countenance of Sir  Percy. Sho will off presently and roach  homo as best sho may.  A few minutes more or loss can make  no odds, and 'tls hut too truo that hor  ladyship stood thoro In ambush of the  branches In tho vala hopo that Percy  might lift his mask if but for an instant nnd thus allow hor parting gaze  to rest upon his features,  It Is quito truo thnt mortals, although  In novor such hasto to reach a desired  crisis, still ofttlint'H halt at the threshold of Its attainment. So hor ladyship, with now nothing to hinder her  escape, still stood loaning against an  tittering and a neat snow ot wit m  the manner of plying a gentleman with  questions on a matter about which he  was quite ignorant, on the lady's side;  ardor, impatience, as much daring as  his little spirit permitted, on the gentleman's. Finally he said:  "Mr. Incognito says you start for  Kennaston this very night, my dearest  life.   Is't so?"  "Tell me who is Mr. Incognito," says  she, "and I'll answer you straight."  "He's your paid servant, sworn slave  and the bearer of all tender messages  between us. Now, go you to Kennaston  tonight?"  "As sure as I'm Lady Peggy Burgoyne," returns Biddy. "I start foif  home ere cockcrow."  "I'll follow you posthaste, but," cries  Sir Robin, "loveliest of created beings,  I beseech, I implore, one glimpse of  your angelic cotmteuance before we  part, to meet only when I can claim  you as my own."  "No, no!" exclaims Biddy, restraining  the baronet's hand, which is laid upon  the lutestring of her mask.  "But, divine creature, I insist!" with  one arm seizin-? the buxom Lady Biddy  about the waist, while with the other  he essays to untie the riband which  hides her charms from vioAV.  Then Lady Biddy O'Toole, whose lungs  were of the best, let such a bawl as  rang far up and down the Thames,  causing a score of red stockinged boatmen to leave their wherries and dash  up the gardens, causing every tongue  in Vauxhall to cease clacking, every  glass to jingle to its table, every echo  to resound, every other lady there to  shriek, the musicians to stop, the waiters to drop their trays, each gentleman to draw sword and a vast number of persons of both sexes to shout:  "Watch! Watch! Murder! Thieves!  Highwaymen!" and whatever else beside, while a concourse of people of every  condition at once closed in around Sir  Robin and Lady Biddy, at the outside  rim of which, shivering betwixt terror  and that lively curiosity which overrides even a desire for personal safety,  gaped the now unmasked vicar of  Friskingdean,. unable to find his natural protector and some time pupil in  all this hurly burly.  i"7?rv---,.���������'���������������������������-  Blip knot in ms mass Birmg.  '��������� '"I am Sir Robin McTart!   Who the  devil are you?"  "I am Sir Percy de Bohun!" replied  his opponent, as both masks came off  at the same instant and the two confronted oue another,'staring with four  eyes that fairly popped in their sockets.  'Twoiild be hard to say which of  these two was the m*re astounded, although Sir Percy's amazement had  quite a different flavor from the baronet's abject terror.  "You! Sir Percy de Bohun!" he  quavered, turning ashy pale. "I'll not  believe it!   *Tis a lie!"  "You! Sir Robin McTart!" replied  Percy hotly. "Gentlemen," turning to  his friends, "I pray you bear me out in  this, not to the exclusion of my challenge of this impostor, which holds  good until one or t'other of us sheds  blood, but for the preservation of the  honor of a valiant gentleman who ls  not far off of us now. That this weazen  wretch may meet his dues, for not only  does he masquerade his face, but seeks  to usurp tho character and name of one  whom we all know to be both handsome, brave and courageous."  Percy's blood runs high as he speaks  theses generous words, while every soul  about him stands breathless, staring,  struck dumb with the singularity of  tho episode.  "But I am Sir Robin McTart!" cries  the baronet,  brandishing his  weapon  Let auch o hnvl <tn rnmj far up and  (biK.ii (In, '/'/nuin ,s,  rtnlt, listless but for the enerr-r eye*  fixed on tlie pair In the box entrance.  TIioho presently crossed Into the throng  und, Joining (-thorn of the maskers,  were lost to her vh-w. Rut the baronet  nnd Lndy Biddy laid not been Idle of  their tongues tbli* whl)--.  Much simpering,, uugUug for newt,  CHAPTER XV.  ���������H-EN���������Lady���������Diana-and-rPercy-  quitted the box be, after  conducting her to the care  of Lady Brookwood, strode  off into the Dark alleys, taking with  him not Kennaston, for the hopeless  youth, flouted still by Diana, had gone  a-mooning by the river's bank, but a  company of valiant and merry gentlemen, all raised a bit by the partaking  of the famous Vauxhall punch, and to  them he confided suflicient of his reasons and intentions as made plain their  course to them as his friends, to do  aught and all in their several powers  toward the promoting of a quarrel betwixt him and Sir Robin McTart  whom he would presently point out  to them as they stbuld" stroll, seeming  careless, the length of tho walk.  Thus, arm in arm, Sir Percy, Sir  Wyatt Lovell, his graco of Escombo  and Mr. Jack Chalmers across the path,  swaggering with sticks and tassols  hanging, hats at cock, perfumed with  Venus oil, and most jocund of demeanor, with Boaii Bruinmol behind 'em  spying, waving his little muff and chatting with Lord Wootton and one or  two moro gay sparks, all disporting  themselves carelessly, but hilts eased  for the drawing.  Just as thoy woro noarlng the wooden Hon of Sir Robin's tryst Lady Biddy's shriek assailed their oars, and Sir  Percy, thanking Providence for so opportune an occurronco, which, not to  say that it was In any way premeditated, yot continued to ring out louder and louder oven after Sir Robin had  coasod to pull at hor mask string nnd  stood, hold fast in hor ladyship's stout  grasp, tho vory center of a blazo of  light from footmen's flnmbonux, thoy  nnd tho masses pushing ovory way,  screaming and cursing.  Into tlio thick of this moloo dashed  Sir Percy do Bohun, with his frletids  on either eldo of him,  But a moment Htilllcod for hhn to  wrest tho lady from her assailant nnd  to deliver her over to tho caro of Diana  and tho duchosfi, who carried hor,  swooning (whether with laughter or  emotion 'twould bo dlillcult to sot  down), to tho room.  In another second, taking his silver  fringed gloves from ills pocket ho  threw them Into tho masked faco of  Sir Itobln McTart.  The !'!'.!" '.���������:;reivt "*h������'Vr"l '���������"Mh t*>m-  pr-r it ml v-uthy, which hrnoo now p-nt  tho upper hand of his cowardice, nnd,  believing that Lndy Peggy's oyos woro  upon him, that Sir Percy was nt tho  bottom of tho Thames, and with full  f    ..   |.,..,,.I     1      ,   (I..,*   !,���������   ,.,,., 1,1    ,.������������������   n m-.it.  .        ���������        ......   II   ,;   i,D������      k..,.v      .���������. ���������  ���������  ������������������-       ��������� .4...    J  before tho meeting could bo arranged,  caught tho gloves as Ihey struck and  Hung them back Into their owuor's covered coimtennnco,  "Tnko that, '("dentil!" squeaked Sir  Robin, iviw much tho moro vnllnnt ns  he beheld tho vicar screwing his way  louvird him tbroiii'h the ovcHeil crowd*.  " Unmask mul ahow yourself fur who  you are!" cried Percy, ovory ono of his  companions echoing;  "Unmask! Unmask! Unmask, or  we'll run ye!"  '���������Willingly," irsponrtM the fn������mhlfnff  contlewua from Kent, tugging at th*  Both masks came off at the same instant.  with a will, since there is none to oppose him, and the vicar, now, although  well nigh choked, not above ten yards  distant from him.  "Tut, tut, sir, whoever you are," interposed Lord Escombo, "Your game's  up, and you'd bettor give your lies a  rest."  "Hold!" cries Sir Percy to Robin.  -���������Whoever you are, I challenge you to  fight mo ten minutes henco, yonder in  the open toward the rivor, and thoso  ten minutes my friends nnd I'll spend  in calling tho actual Sir Robin McTart  into your prcsohce and confronting  your impudence with his renllty. Lend  me your lungs, my lords nnd gentlemen. Sir Robin's In call somewhere In  tho gardens, as wo all know."  And with ono accord tho shout wont  up, ringing up and down tho rivor and  far across to tho highway, whoro it  caused tho horse patrol to think that  every highwayman In the kingdom had  broken looso upon Vauxhall and presently brought them roaring, plunging,  swearing, firing, thumping cutlasses  right and loft, into tho midst of the  surging thousands, by this n!! shouting: "Sir Robin McTart! Sir Robin McTart! Sir Robin! Sir Robin I Sir UoLk  in McTart!" at tho top of thoir voices.  But for nil thoir bawling no ono answered, no,one enmo, and but ono of  tho vast throng went.  This was Lndy Peggy, at a loss to  know the mcaulng of tho shouts, not  having boon near enough to tbo scono  of tho encounter to loarn its purport  nnd only now realizing that 'twas herself was sought and meant by tho concerted cry thnt ront tho nlr. Scouting  a new, If unknown, danger, sho followed hor woman's Instinct and In tho  waiting pause that succeeded tho tu-  nmltuous call Peggy fled to tho landing, pressed a handful of shillings, almost hor last, into tho pnhn of tho only  boatman there, Jumped Into tbo wherry  and bade him get lier ns swiftly as ho  could to Quoenhltho stairs, for determined was she, now moro thnn over,  to leavo no traces in her wako and to  return nt all risks to Mr. Brummol's  Iioijbo   for  bor  bmdlo of  woman's  ClOlllCS.  ior a long way down tho Thames  tlio roriuw il cry of tlio Vauxhall crush  rang hi her distracted cars:  "Sir Robin McTart! Sir Robin McTart! Sir Robin! Sir Robin! Whoro  are you'/ Como lorthl fcmow yourself!"  Hut nono other enmo forth, and tho  baronet, Inking such courage ns ho  might through his astonishment at Sir  Percy's being allvo, nnd not forgetting,  even nt tbli point, to nrkuii how much  tho lying assassins had mulcted hhn  of, now, in tho Hi-eond breathless hnlt  of the calling his own name, waved  his weapon and answered it, saying  again:  "I am Sir Kobln McTart!"  "Prove it!" shouted Chalmers, with  t derisive shrug.  "Faith, arid so he-can by me!" exclaimed the panting vicar, as, borne  rather by the surging of the people  than by his slender logs, the tenant of  the cloth was pitched somewhat unceremoniously head first Into his pupil's middle. Sputtering, but yet winning the attention which truth and the  clergy usually and righteously obtain,  the vicar raised-his right hand/and,  laying his left on the baronet's shoulder, he spoke:  "This is Sir Robin McTart of Robins-  wold. Kent I have known him from  his birth; his father before him. Ho  has been my pupil. Who dares use his  name than himself is an impostor and  a thief!"  "What!" and now comes forward Mr.  Brummel with open hand. "And my  old friend," says he, '"sdeath, Mr.  What's-your-name, you were a curate  when we met last, twenty years ago,  but I remember you, sir, at Robins-  wold. So this," surveying the baronet,  "is my old friend's son nnd heir? Of  a truth he favors his sire more than tho  pretty young rapscallion that's been  a-fooling us all for now these four  weeks past; for gentlemen," adds the  Beau, turning to Sir Tercy, " 'tis as  well we confess ourselves to have been  duped. Gad, sir," this sotto voce to  Percy aloue, "I always wondered where  Sir Hector found that handsome lad,  for he was as ugly a gentleman as ever  was wedded to wife."  After the storm thoro came that calm  which is the inevitable successor, save  that iu this case while the noise subsided the wonder grew. Every ono  of Mr. Brummel's company and all of  the rest of the world besides was re-  hearsin-jr his and her own surprise as to  the identity of tho young gentleman  who had for above a month been the  town toast and who bad now disappeared as suddenly as he came. Some  believed him to be Tom Kidde himself,  some a lord out of France, some a  prince of the blood, some the devil,  some an astrologer. There was no  lack of Inventions as to her ladyship's  identity by the time the ten minutes,  of Sir Percy's setting had como to an  end.  He cast an eye about the place looking for Sir Robin, and his veins were  fairly on fire "to know the color of hia  rival's blood and wring from his, he  .hoped,.dying_lips_a.co.nf,csslQmof_w.here__  Lady Peggy was. Presently, not spying bis opponent, he begged Escombe  and Chalmers to have the goodness to  seek him out, settle the spot, ask him  to choose his seconds, call a surgeon,  of whom thero were always a score in  attendance at Vauxhall, ready for just  such affairs, while ho himself swung  down toward the river to look for  Kennaston and give him ono last word  for Peggy should Sir Robin run him  through.  Peg's twin lay on the turf sleeping.  Such are the effects of being nt onco a  poet and a lover, not yet twenty, nnd  quite fagged with wideawake nights  aud days and a fair lady's cruel ca-  pricosi Sir Percy looked at him, smiled  and whispered as ho knelt:  "Dear lad, thou that art my lady's  twin, whon next thou seest hor, sure I  know she'll lay her denr lips on thy  brow, and thoro she'll find this." Percy  kissed the boy as he spoke. ������������������ 'Tls  doubtless more than she'd caro to discover, but It death comes, 'twill oaso  tho blow and charm tho pnln whllo I  remember this message tbat I scud hor  now."  IIo turned away and loft Tog's brother lying thoro to waken at his leisure  When he reached tho walk again, another  clamor  greeted   him   idcutlcal  with its predecessor.  "Sir Robin McTart! Sir Itobln McTart! Sir Robin! Sir Robin! Como  forth of your seclusion! Tho tlmo is  up! Sir Robin, I sny-y-y-y!"  This Sir Robin McTart hnd vanished  ns mysteriously ns tho other ono, and,  though tho entire company made tho  wolkln ring with tho snino cry ovor  ngnln-"Slr Robin McTn'rtt Sir Robin!  Sir Robin! Sir Robin McTart!"-no Sir  .Itobln npponrod or could bo found, and  thoy woro fain bo content, ro'-onforeod  by iho Indies, now woll out of their  swoons and terrors, to finish up tho  night with punch nnd loo in tbo boxes,  all brains much of a tnuddlo with tho  strange adventures und miraculous  disappearances Incident upon Beau  Bruniinol's never to ho forgotten mas-  quorado party at Vauxhall,  i  CHAPTER XVI.  TOT. moment that tho excitement  of tho vicar's Identification had  subsided the baronet, loading  the wormy oat man lu lot*  gate, and tlicu; nuiuiui," Una *md_f  pretext of fetching a hackney coach,  skipped without nnd, hiring ono with  ncouplo of tho horso patrol nt a squeezing price, Jumped hi and mado off for  his Inn nt I'u unco, leaving dim wmiuin  preceptor to shift for himself.  Sir Robin had no mind nt all for  duels with anyone, least of nil with tho  resurrected Sir Percy do Bohun, whom  his guilty conscience suspected to be  fully cognizant of tin; author of h!������  attempted nssnsslnatlon. Terrified with  all this and, If ���������HiSfclble, nunc to by tho  accounts ho had listened to right and  left of ids valorous and most mysterious namesake, tho llttlo gentleman nt  onco made up his mind as to tho course  wisest for bin* to pursue aud forth with  IMit-ut-U,lL^ m msmum kiwi  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  WESTERN CANADIAN EDITORS, ������  A Series of Articles Describing their Lives, their Aims  ������nd their Influence.  S. T. TYNDALE.  Editor and Proprietor of the Roland  News.  The Roland News is almost an old  timer, judged by the standard of a  country in which full grown enterprises of all kinds, mercantile, manufacturing, financial and journalistic,  spring up mature overnight. It will  celebrate Its seventh birthday this  year. That a newspaper is published  at all in a place like Roland never  ceases to be a cause of wonderment to  a newspaper man familiar with the  conditions governing publication in  older communities. It has but two or  JJiEaeJmndr.e.d_residfints. and is fairly  typical of scores of other settlements  in the west. The railway station was  its nucleus. When it was known that  trains would stop there, instantly the  town began to grow. A general store  was erected���������the pioneer of the town's  trade. Then came, in due and proper  "Western order, a blacksmith shop, a  harness store, two or three implement  sheds, more general stores, a couple  "stopping houses," bakery and a boot  and shoe store. Some of these were  duplicated, but the places of business  In such a town rarely run over the  dozen, and very seldom exceed a  score. For any sane person, other  than a millionaire who ran a paper  for pleasure, as other millionaires run  race horses or maintain yachts, to  think of conducting a newspaper in  such a place as a straight business  enterprise, would be to stand self-  convicted of business lunacy. That is,  elsewhere than in the Canadian West.  The West has always been a law unto  Itself, and In no department of activity is this more true than in the newspaper field, of that kind of commercial courage that lu some respects is  akin to that of the gambler, whose  creed is "never venture, never win,"  tho men of the West offer countless  examples, and it speaks volumes for  the country that in the overwhelming  majority of casos in which energy and  prudence aro combined with daring  that tho man of courage wins out.  It was so In the case of the ltoland  News. Other papers, published in n  community of similar size, but of different disposition, would inevitably  havo died. With all the apparent  chances dead against It, tho News not  only survived, but flourished. Tho  controlling factors In tho sltuntlon  wore,���������tho energy of Us proprietors  but, more thnn all, the loynl support  of tbo pooplo of tho district. Tho  Roland News, in tho printed matter it  Issues regarding itself, describes itself as "a live paper, published in a  live town." The brief sentence epitomizes the facts. Roland is one ot the  most energetic, prosperous and progressive little places anywhere In tbo  West. It has some decided natural  advantages, in the character of the  country by which it is surrounded.  The Roland, Myrtle and Rosebank districts have no superiors in Manitoba  as agricultural settlements. Every  quarter section Is occupied; the soil  Is" of the most fertile, the farmers  among the most industrious and up-  to-date to be found anywhere. Naturally, therefore, they were "well-fixed,  and, also naturally the business of the  Roland merchants reflected their prosperity. Altogether, the district acquired a reputation far outside its own  boundaries, as among the very best of  the many thriving farming communities to be found in Manitoba.  The Roland merchauts, however,  had more than good businesses. They  had the public spirit and what, in a  bigger place would be called civic  pride. They recognized the value of  and were willing to pay for publicity  ���������publicity for their village, for tha  securing of desirable improvements,  publicity for their businesses, and  publicity for their district. So, when  It was proposed to establish a newspaper in Roland, the plan met with  general and enthusiastic approval and  support. And so, seven years since  the News appeared. "Wise guys"  shook their heads, and predicted that  the plant would be for sale at a sacrifice in a few months. How could it  live? Who was there to support it?  These and similar questions were  asked, but the News, thanks to its  friends, fooled the prophets, and continued in a career of ever increasing  prosperity. The West is a country, as  has often been said, in which all signs  fail, and the News has but served to  give another illustration of that old  truth.  At present the News is owned by  the firm of Duncan & Tyndale. The  counterfeit presentment of the junior  member of the firm appears at the had  of this article. Like most Western  editors, he is but a young man, lacking a year of being thirty years old.  He is a Barrie boy, having been born  there in 1876. The year he was of age  he came west, locating at Roland. He  is not a newspaper man by training,  and his success in journalistic work  is another Indication that the ordinary  rules governing pre-eminence in any  line of activity apply automatically to  newspaper work. Success in news-  I)ai^r^om^is^I6TerrreTi-largely-by~in--  dustry and    business    sense.    These  Judge Sylvester Dana, who was for  some years Judge of the Police Cou*>t  in Concord, N. H., always eudeavored  to smooth over any little difference between persons brought before him.  On one occasion the charge was for  a technical assault, and it came out  in the course of the evidence that the  parties were neighbors and had been  on the best of terms for some yeaajB.  "U is a great pity," said the Judge,  "that, old friends, as you - seem to  have been, should appear before me  in such a way. Surely this is a case  which might be settled out of court?"  "It can't be done, Judge," answered  the plaintiff, moodily. "I thought of  that myself, but the cur won't fight.'  There's no Plea that will Sell Tea like Superior  "Cup Draw."  irt  ENGLISH aPAVIN LINIMENT.  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Until he undertook newspaper work,  he had been identified with many enterprises in Roland, and the manner  in which he conducted these was the  surest guarantee of the continuance  of the News successful career, since  his indetifi cation therewith.  THEY ARE NOT, VIOLENT IN ACTION.���������Some persons, when they wish  to cleanse the stomach, resort to Epsom and other purgative salts. These  are speedy in their action, but serve  no permanent .good. Their use _pro-  ducs incipient chills, and if persisted"  in they injure the stomach. Nor do  they act upon the intestines in a beneficial way. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  answer all purposes in this respect,  and have no superior.  You can hardly find ��������� home  without Its Ayer's Cherry  Pectoral. Parents know what  U docs for children: breaks  Cherry  Pectoral  up a cold in t single night,  wards oi? bronchitis, pi cvaus  pneumonia. Physicians advise parents to keep it on hand.  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ACNEW'S OINTMENT CURES PILES  -Itching, Blooding nnd Blind Pllen. Comfort in  one application. It euros in three to six ulghta. It  cures nil skin diseases in young nnd old. A remedy  beyond compare, and it never fulls.  35 oenti.���������63  A  CASKET OF  PEARLS."**1*-.   V��������� RW������  rini>iip|ilnTitlil������tn wikiIiI provo ii uniitt nolnoii to tlio  dUliwirtenml ilyai<<>|itl������ If ho would but twt tlmlr  polMKiv, TJiny'rit vnritublii uihiihIii prwnntlnn vim  taontlnu of atmnwh ilixnrildrN, by niillni< niul ntlinu.  IntlttR illHiixtloii-IU) of thokii html th "puiii'lsi" |i\ a  bor, nnil tlit'.v iw> X oonti. ftwowuion'ltfd by moat  ���������nilnont ph)������l<M' i.  Cl.  Avttr't Pint greatly aid tha Charry  V&oterat tn fervsilnc up ft ������oi*/,  Mrs. Jones���������How do yb\\iMtio\ your  now servant, Mrs. Bro*W]';Mrs.  Brown���������Well, Mary Is not much of a  success from a practical point of view,  but thon Bho's so affabloi yaw know!  To bo sure, I havo to do nearly all the  work mysolf, but I don't mind; tho  main thing Is to have a person In one's  kitchen who doesn't feel above the  family.  AN END TO BILIOUS HEADACHE.  ���������Biliousness, which ls caused by excessive bllo in the stomach, has a  marked effect upon tho nerves, and often manifests itself by severe headache. Thin is Urn iu-j.i dlUi'vubltm  headache ono can have. Thero are  hendnchos from cold, from fever, and  from other oausos, but tho most excruciating of nil is tho bilious   head-  <>'*v     V ", 1  ..',. V"-"���������"���������.I."'-. r>ni.. ,,.111  euro it���������euro It almost Immediately.  It will disappear as soon as tho Pills  operate. Thoro is nothing surer in tho  treatment of bilious headache,  Columbus had just evolved his theory, .uut," they asked, "why are you  so certain; how do you know it Isn't  flat?" "Ah, my friends," he answered,  with a wink, "love makes the ��������� world  go round." Crushed by.his logic, they  were fain to acknowledge the corn.  Beally useful, beside* be-  ing attractive. Silver-plat-  ed Steel Knife. Victoria  ailrar Fork and Spoon, la  fancy-lined box.  Sent postpaid   for  24*nt  rStamp-Bnd'30'Biue Ribbon   Coupons, or for 15 Coupona  and 15 cents,  Send name and address for free  Premium List, with 4 pages  selected Recipes.  BILE RIBBON, Dept. R, Winnipeg.  Western Canada's Great Industrial Exhibition  Mlnard's Liniment used by Physicians  "Pa," said little Willie, who had  been reading a treatise on phrenology,  "what is a bump of destructiveness?"  "Why-���������qr���������a railroad collision. I suppose."  A SOOTHING OIL���������To throw oil upon the troubled water** means to sub-  duo to calmness the most boisterous  sea. To apply Dr. Thomas* Eclectric  Oil to tho troubled body when ' it Is.  racked with pain moans speedy sub".'  j ligation of tho most rofractory oh^  monts. It cures pain, heals bruises,  takes the fire from burns, and as a  general household medicine is useful  In many aliments.   It Is worth much.  Ask for Mlnard's and take no other,  Soveral doctors woro talking about  insomnia and Its various treatments.  Captain Evan P. Howell of Atlanta,  (ln��������� usod to toll a slor, said ono of  tho medical men, about a friend of  his, a Judgo Blnck, who had an Infallible euro for insomnia. Captain Howell  WINNIPEG  JULY 20���������28, 1905  in Prizes and Attractions  1 '���������'������. ��������� v  Reduced Pares on all Railways.  8even Days Racing.  F.W.  If  7>  Prize Lists and Attractions Programs  Mailed on Application.  esldent     E. J .HUGHES, Sec-Treas.  used to quoto the Judgo about in  this fashion: "Whonovah I go to bod  and can't sloop, suh.,1 simply got up  and tnko a drink of whlskoy, Thon I  go back to hod, suh, and nftah a  while, If 1 am still wakeful, I got up  and take ivnoahah drink of whiskey.  If that doesn't havo tho desired-   ef  fect, suh, I got ui) once more and  take anotihah drink of whlskoy, I  Hoop repeating this treatment at intervals, suh, and after I've had six or  seven 1 don't give a continental wheth-  ah 1 got to sleep or not."  Mlnard'a Liniment Lumborman'aFrlend  Sho���������Is a tolophono girl's occupation  a proft-salon or a hublnu.s������? ih,���������,  Nolther; it's a calling.  Keep Mlnard's Liniment In the house.  W   IM   VJ   |Mo 93ft  . 1 ���������������..������; '��������� ���������  Free Gifts of Toilet Soaps  eTawaamamwammamWavmawmamWaVamwaamwama^  Vwe vWNfjrOHT SOAP and ������AVF. THE COUPONS.  The Coupona are the same ns cash because they can be exchanged for Toilet  Soaps for which you have to pay out money every week. '.  ;  Useri of SUNLIGHT and CHEERFUL SOAPS can gef their TOILET     " "���������  SOAPS for nothing.  Ask your grocer for paiticulars or write us for Premium List  A gift is of little value if it consists of something you have no use for.  In exchange for Sunlight Soap Coupons you can get something you need and  use every day.  LEVER BROTHERS  LIMITED, TORONTO, CANADA.  warn 4^-UiMaafc-am-t*i-nirinini)r ���������      ��������� ��������������� '��������� *���������'"'   ' in' .1   ... .  Illlli       ��������� l\naWeWeaW*mV������*aam  mametaeamtamat  __tnaiiii utm a  Kootenay  Steel  Burns Coal, Coke  or Wood  Two sets of grates are  supplied with every  Kootenay Ranee���������one for cool ond the other for coke or wood���������  af-i the- flues are wide and deep, with no square corners, so that  (nt os_Mi ond soot produced by soft fuels cannot clog; up the  fc-o-ofc* tal draft passages.  TbiS feature of the Kootenay Range is a decided success.  The grata are so easily changed that a hoy can perform  thc operation.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.   Booklet free.  McCIary*  London,     Toronto.     Montreal,     Winnipeg,  Vancouver,      St. Joim, N.B.  Nanainx"*-, 29'h���������The hoys em-  ployed at the Hamilton Powder  Works struck lodav because a China  man was Buhstiiuied lor one of the  boys who was obliged to lay off  thrcutfhill health, they also de-  nianded his* nt-eh-i pay.  Yio'o> i-i, 29th���������The \\\ Hln^lon  Colliery Co. fecrivid woid today  ihat the Ci 1 tunn -"tearncr Uernian-  us his I ice 1. chit-teed hy tlu- W'es ���������  em Fiu*l Co , inking the place t.f  the Tiic-dor The Ch>������nianicus  lak< ������������������ a t ju-ju oi (J,.r)(iO tons of coal  ami will arrive tomorrow.  A  llnnRry   IManiclnn.  During: ih������' sii'jn' ol I.iid.VNiuith nn oi  tlc������'r who wiiM oruanizSiiK a niiirrn tt  kt'cp up his men's chft'tfuint'ss hoair  nt a Kcrjrotnit in ih������������ Cordons who was  said to hi* u pert'oriiicr. IIo found' tl-.'-  Kaitl sitcom nt und asked him to con  iriluiU' Ids t*ervices.  Tl't* ,scr*it'tti;t was sorry, but said he  "couliln'i."  '"Why." said the officer, "you do pla.*  soiiietliirij!;, don't your"  "1 did, sir."  "Well, what's your Instrument7"  "The bones, sir-but I've ate em!"  O. ia.   TAREBLL    sole agent  Telegraphic     News  Nanaimo, 29th���������Reported this  morning that the mines of the  W.  F. Co. will he re-opened on Tuesday  momirjg next and that the members  of ihe \V. F. M. will go to vork.  There is a fe ling thnt if the AV. F.  M. break the dead lock, the members  -of-the=U ������-M, JALmiLfoJlowJJieinto_  the mines. Altogether 800 men  may return during the next few  weekj. Neither the men or the Co  will make any statement wiih respect to the report. It is generally  believed the report is true.  New York, 29th���������A. Sato a member of the Japane������e Peace Cora mission said today regarding the attitude of the Japanese towards  armistice. "The Japanese are perfectly willing to agree to a armistice after the credential* of both  committees have been examined and  verified". (  Victoria, 29th���������C. H, Gibbons,  charged with attempting to kill J.  G. McCready, was acquitted and  discharged from oii!-"'o<ly today.  St Petersburg, 29th���������The tone of  the Russian press grows more war  like as the peace conference draws  ni������ih, and the Govt, nu all Hides1 is  urged to resi>t humiliating ilemaud-"  evi n at the co--t of continuing the  war.  Victoria, 29th���������The result of the  Teachers Examination are now  available.  Complete results for Cumberland  cen re, Intermediate grade, maximum marks 1,500:���������Win. Hairi-  son,9f)6; Ethel Short,915; Kath-  rine McArdle 8c8; Madge Carwi'h-  an, 843; Francis Smith, 790.  ���������NTTnrb*jr-of-6a-nd-id-t������-teB-6-pasiei.l~5-._  Junior Grade, Maximum marks,  ,401):���������Jas. Gran*, 898; Vina Mc-  Kenzie, 850; Ruby Short, 848; Chart  Smith, 827: Harpur Nixon, 813;  Elsie Collie, 778; Ethel Abr.un*.  77:-!; E.hel Dowd.ll, 749.  Number of Candidates 9   passed 8.  Tokio, 29th���������In anticipation   of  the   Japanese   bombardment,   the  commandant of the  fortrtss has issued rules for the protection of p o  perty and is preparing i'or a seige.  Berlin, 29th���������The South Cameron Co,, whose leader.-? and their  guards came into conflict with  French soldiers on the frontier of  Frei.ch Congo over the question  whether the territory is French <r  German. Ileporif to the Foreign  oflite sny that in the fighting three  Germans vvere killed and one  Frenchman, The incident i* like  lv to lead to serious Iiiten-utionnl  complicati i.s.  Short Coal  Mining Course  TTHIS CONTAINS ��������� nly thc'information  neoeRBary to quidity persons to pans  th.-} Mtiie For������n<au'.s.Ex animations. It requires less work and less tiuir than the  complete course, yet those that finish it will  have a good knowledge of the art of mining  Subjects Taught in the ( ou*rse.  "ATithtiretier���������������������������-���������-������������������������������������^______   Meusuration and Trigonometric Function's.  Gases Met with in Coal Mines.  Mine Ventilation. ,,  Economic Geology of Coal. '  IV'iKDecting   lor   Coal   and    Location    of  Oyeninj-s  Shafts, Slopes and Drift*.  Meihtio"-* of Worki*)1* Coal Mines.  Mine Surveying.  Mine Machinery.  THE ivtkknationat;  CORUtSVONDENr-R   SCUOQL -  SUliANTON, I-A.  . SMOKE ..  "CUBAN   BLOSSOM".  A UNION MADF.CKIU*  FROM   THE���������  Cuban Ciger Factory  M. J. BOOTH, Proprietor,  XANAIMO, li.O.  BYROI    ORAWIOSD,  COURTENAY, B.C,  DREEDER of Holstein Cattle, Chester White l'ij"S���������   lhirrcd Plymouth  Rocks, &c.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES.  NOTICE.  I 1 co toi* ft mi il e * vl lictha  fMi and after January 1st, 1904. my  b Hmess will be strictly cash, by eo  doinj* 1 ea.it ������'ive my Patrons better  B.tisl'action.  T. H. CAREY, Tailor.  1"HE ADVANTAGE  the public  has in purchasing where they  live v< they see ihe article and  are  not disappointed as when st-ndiii'*  awav.  P. Stoddart,  Watchmaker    and     Jeweler,  selle goods^at Eastern Prices and  h1*." a nice stock to select from.  EVERYTHING in SOLID GOLD  All purchi-t-" engraved  .... tree of charge ....  P.. STOOD ART,  Dtjnsmtjik .Avk., Cumberland.  wwi ���������*���������*>���������* nw iwwrr i _���������-<-��������������� **wmw.^r������y%-v  rm-ww-Mtt***  INFORMATION   WANTED  As to ihe where.thotits nf C R Pistler,  who left Vancouver about io months at*o  for Cumberland. Any particulars regarding same will be yratefullv received hy  his uucle, Rudo'i'h Disller,, f.are of RS  Robertson, Cuniberl.inrl, bC,  THE  Wonderful NortllWCSt  FREE  SOUVENIR  "*��������� iyfjawamaa hum*  em amrrhn Werthweat  ���������M-teee Cht MMIMI po������>  eWfl������.aa4l **** dee  ftajraaUe to tkarMifnl*-  e-mtien-i r������ rtfilolt Um  +Kmtj at xhia niter- M  LW    THE   nm  ,MMU  S9K?  FREE  SOUVENIR  M**k Twain wHimi  "Tee Any* ov#idu������ .nd  Tm Wfj������i,i)'t- Wwiite Im  not y������< r-!rh������* m������. Pray  n������V������ ������ time (il thin I  ihotild rmlur not li.ve to  iwento vUiltnM."  THE BIG SPEOAL AUGUST NUMBER OF  THE WOPXDfS WORK  wfll dtrtcribe the iiiorv������lwti������ devclopiM-nt n-v' iSf ������*���������������*��������� <*in-<-������lrilllttM of the  frwi Nu������hwe������t. No ftlhei ������������clhm gf our enniiti-y pri������tti������m������ tniclt a dr-.inuoc  ���������loiyof wtilcvt-ment 111(1 pi-njriw-* mtlluttof flit! Noriliwtnt, ftnn the ���������y^pnUi-  tlrtn of Ltwli ind Clark to jhoir-sntci'iitfrin'ttl mi i'orUuml. Thv. vvontu'j  Wot* rill picture nnd tlaw.ibe It! invent industiu.'s>���������nitubir;, Ittimiui''!"  t������fflr>bct?eg art I Ulilivi" Im nti***������nn4 nr^-ile; itn ci'iu.oert't: v/itli tlif P-nut; itM  Flllro������tIi*i<h������-nMi;it������i!i������)lnentmcn. hf*������iitw,tiii������Riein,iu(iu_i;n,^I.; !   .-''..  The Lewis and dark Exposition at PortUnd  ���������������W������ nwpi, jihitofimphi and <l������*i:iii>tlve nrticles, It will lie ������ utjceinsrj*  fuHt ������nrl handbook to eve;yon������ who viiin tho Eicpt.siiioii, the best  Muttitlr (er thoae who cannot go.  THE WORLD'S WORK  dnrnt fo ln������ptratl'tn from the *<ama Indomitable rpitit of prpfjrem that hni  traii-ft-tin--<i th������ NMrthre!*! rrom a -ivll-ctuws to a Rreaf -riv-li?*--! fit-tph*-.  Bach month It derrlbw th������ vital thinga in thewotbtS lid- .i.il tl-.������. in*ii  who are doing thetn. It la ��������� hietory of our own time���������iiiperhly llluiiiiaieil.  Bvrrr fam&y to theN������rbweat ShooW Read THE WORLDS WCKK  PREE  Chance to Join i������ t'lnb ThntV/m  Slake n.ntl Siivo Mon<*-y for I^om.  Bverybody fihottld join tlto llutnnl LtttTttry Mu  Slake nnd Save Mon<*-y for "Von  _. Jrybody fihottld join tbo llutnnl Llt-TOt, .....  Bio Oluo ol AmorlcA.. Thoro lo nothing uloo llko it  Mtywboro, itooRti* almonthotutifftoinlnAi)d tiiu  bDunlltnltfrlvnanrowouilBMiil, Iict'rtliloi you vo  purislnwe lioulcBiuiitporloilloaln. mutloond rnunli'.'-.l  Instruments at mmcial out prfova, It Bccurourt'  ducml rutos ntmnny notola. ItftnnworaouoiUottii  freo ot oUiirito, It oitora noholitrghljia o������<l vftliu.-  bio PtjRh prwoo tomembom. it matntnlni oliilt  raome In many oltloR (or lUmAmbprB. In ntlilltton,  evnry innmbor rnootvoi* tlto ollloiiu ntttimtlno entU  tlod ������ J'v'rrf Jtfontb'' oj-ulillontlon In ft plsus by  Itivir.Inoli-tJlnt-flpluooa of higholiwiii vocal itnilln-  atrttntentat munlotfull ilio* enoli month wltliotit.  oxtru oitnrRot Tielocea In one war In all. VOU  0\N"OCTjM.j5������TI*������fllSB"KKl*lTS K0B AL-  MOST NOTUINO.       .       .   .       .    _  iho full riwly momlwnihlpfeo l������OnnTtolliir for  wlxlcli you not all aliovo, and yon inny-ivll!>������  :       WILLIAMS BROS.        :  iLiverv Stable!  ��������� TkAMBTKIIS AND   DilAYMKN     '���������  '.     SlKGLl"  AND   DOUIJLK   RIFI     |  ��������� fok Hikk.    All OnnKits   '.  !      PrtOMPTIA'    Al'THNDEl)    TO.     '  t  '. Third St.. Cumberland, B C.  nUMXHMWUWMM  ia CumberlantL  STAY AT THE   YEN HOME.  <W   Am, C'onvknjknokh j-oh GuiwrH.  TiikBau r.s Sui'i'i.iKi, with  Beit Liquors and Cigars  u. a. uoiiKsrsoN.  INTERESTING __ INSTRUCTS  "CORRECT ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT."  A Monthly Magazine Devoted< to the  Usk av English.  JosKrniSK Truck Bakkh, Editor.  Pp.rtial Contents for this Tttontlx.  Courne ia Eugh-.li for the Beginner.  CouftB in English for tho Advitnoed Pupil  How to Increase One'* Vocabulary  The A't of 0���������nv,.rv������ :  Sin.ti Id and WonM'i   H ><v tti Um them.  L lonuuci.itioijB (Ceulury Dictionary)  Curn-ot Kt.gltHh in tb������ dotiio.  C'.rrtct E gli,hm tl.w .vlhKil'.  W hut to Say and What. Not to Say  (\iuree iu LeUtrAVriting and Punctuation.  Alphttln-ttc list of Ahl.reviitii.iim.  Business English for tho BmineiMj Man.  Uiniiound Word:   How to Write Them.  Stuatea m Eugliah Literature.  $1 a Year.  Send 10c for sample copy  laialigiilJgM^J^H,' Evanston, III.  TENDERS..  Re Mortgage Sale of Property  hereinafter mentioned  , TENDERS will b, reeved hy theundor-  signed  up to one o'clock p.m., Saturday,.  K-brnary ]Uh    1905    f���������r the   mrchasoof  th,  Wet halt of North WW, <jlIarter of  Sc-Jhou   l������n,   and  the   Wit*r,   half   ot   tho  Sour-h VV.sfc quarter of Set.-tioa Seventeen,  Horuby Island,   Nanaimo District,   locidly  knov n as ''0. T. Mitoh.ll**- Place "���������  Ihe undetstgned does not biud himself to  accept any tender.  O.N. WKSTWOOD, Mortgagee.  22 K'ng'a Road, Victoria, BC.  MY 1, DiaSuI  NOTARY PUBLIC. CONVEYANCER^  REAL ESTATE INSURANCE AGENT,  COMMISSIONER SUPREME COURT BC  Renin received,  debts   collected^-  l>eed'B registered.  iTurms vstlued,  De d.-., Wills, Mtninc PapiT.-.,  &o., diawu.  OFFICES,    CV ��������� BERLAND, B.G  "Ici on Parle  Erancuis."  For c^l^lMi^  N UVELTIEb,    Pl.CTUKEsT  Pramks and  cleaning'  of frames:  D.   HUN DEN  Lumbt-iland  ���������OOOOO U( ;UUOO������')WOOOO(>0  o o  eamin  O 1 am  prepared   to O  9 furnish Stylish Rigs ������  O nntl do Teaming at O  9t������ reasonable rates. ������  O D. KILPATRiCK      O  ������ CUMHEULANl) ������  S o oooooooooooooooo  avnw nny ilwe *������'lthln thri-s niontlni it }'i>u  worittouoionnd pi tj-iiup������1������*liiirbiMiU. if ymi  ilort'5enro to^poinT $l,on,.nonrl ��������������� contH for tlirou  month* membomhlp, .ftohoiiy can afford to nm  till* offui* liy, You will BDt.yonrmonoy buck In  tamo many tln>f'������oviir, Tullpartloulni.* will no  nont froo of ohtinte, but U you pro wino you will  ������ond hi yonr iwiuhh tor ���������memhonhtp with tho  propr-r fi">at������*"c"<. Tlio 115ow. tbrno monthi mom������  bcrnlilp oitcr will noon oliimun. Wrlto nj onco ad;  arennlnriyonp lettorond enotoMng ������1.00. for .full  yiin i"n itimnbenliip or tweutyUvo eunt* for tttfno  H2E>iGINEERINGda  Mining journal  NOW IN ITS 39lli YBAR  Th" lixvllnn rnlntnK pi'rlndlcal of  !.!... .. **11, "'l**' "l|* ulronpiwt Hltorlitl  idtttt of any toohnionl puhll"aUini,  HubHorlt)tlon $.1.00 ft yi'ur (incltnl-  ir������i; U.H.,UftMatll'������i, "iltult'-in puM������|*n),  Htiro^lo oopy ttuo. fcleiul for Do'ilt  C'atalnKue.  1'BW.ICATfON WriOK  BOB Pcnrl Street, New YorU  ..    !*���������>.���������.*..    |W|...#. .*������".  !������'������/ re*   Uxl Ul %.M |yar|trn#.r afvhl> ������ n.  M'^v���������"'^*���������^vl���������*'''���������'^,,^���������',)���������^^���������l,���������*,**tt'''���������v,* fV *wi "'**'  ht tn-tii" i *MM, I Wl.������i Cr.���������������-������<. ������|il W Mill ft*, id n'Miry-i, >i-������  ��������� ti������*f������������i>!/twister ���������#(*<* f������*f.   DtmiM ������ ffnwl   v.in ������������������������ ������>������ '  . v.i������| I ��������������� I  4������Bl|r.������ tilti 1+V.I.  DOUBUOAV, PAOE 4k COMPANY. I3M37 taat Wth St., New York  v ���������**������  Cure a Cold in  7B/BEKJ1BSR  Take  Laxative Bromo Quinine T������Mets.  ��������� " mc������ui������.      Tfcus ftignature,  Seven MBBon kowt uM In ^ut  &&*������  Curat Grip  bTwoDtyi.  on every  bOKe 256. THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  IsBued Every Tuesday.  W. B. ANDERSON,    -      - -      MOR  The columns of The Nkws are open to all  who wish to express therein views o - matters of puhlic iuttreat.  While we do n������t hold onr_elv<*is re ��������� -msi-  ble for tho utteraucea of correspondence, we  tidervis   the right   of   declining to inser  oitiiuuuioation.'* unnecessarily personal.  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2 1905  Itepmait & Nanaimo ly  uk  kz-  J*W  -w  84*  s. s> "Oity of Nanaimo.'  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling <u North Saanich  Cowichan Bay, Maple Bay and Crofton  when freight 01 passengers offer.  Leaves Nana.mo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, calling at Crofton, Maple  Bay, Cowichan Bay and North Saanich when freight or passengers offer  North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions  permit.  VANCOUVER - NAIM AI SCO ROUTE  S. 8.     ** JOAN "  Sails.from Nanaimo 7 a.m. daily except  ��������� Sundavs'.'  Sat-   irom 'V in<.ovi-<-y at ev arrival nf C.  "~~T3TRTJl1ra'in-~N*'.-i..-dati,uexcei-'t Sun  days, at t p in.  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  AfrUL  t:Uh,    1905.  VICTORIA TO WELLINGTON.  No. 2- Daily.  A.M.  De. 9 00 ...Victoria.  ������   9,_S, Coltlstroitiu  4- So n'1 ay  r M.  ...Da 3.00  ���������.~ - .. ���������������   328  " 10.'_4......   ..ICotnig's "*���������   4.24  v 11.00. Duucan't*......    "   5.UU  P.M.'. I'M.  " 12:15.. ,Nanaim<  ���������*   0 42  Ar 12.33.. Wii:i;uy,t(tu Ar. 1} 5b  WlELLItfTr 'fc   TO VIGTOIIIA.  No, l���������Dail No,"3.-S'indtt>-  A.M.        ( A.M.  De,   8.UO....'...,Wellin**ton.,-,.. De. 8 0  '���������   8.20  Nauaitu ,  "   ������ 15  10.0.' In-, luu'u   *���������   5.00  " 10.42     Iv .wutg*    "   5 30  ������������ 11.3)8  ChU^i'-ih   ������������������   0.H2  Ar 12 00 Viotoria  Ar 7.00  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tir-  kets on sale, u<iod ovet rail anil stoat..et  lines, at two and one-hulf cents per mile.  Special trains and iiteamers for Excursions, and icducerl rues for parties may  be nrmn(-ed foi on application to the  Traffic Man'ij*er.  'Ihe Company reserves the riy;hi to  chiinmc without ftrevuuis nniicc, steamers  willing limes and houvc of sailing.  Itxcurmon Tickets on .-liile Irom nnd to  all Stations", Knott lor ���������nin������ jmnney S,u-  tiiday and Sunday, rcuuniny not later  than Mondav,  Geo. L. Couutnky,  Triillic M tinnier,  NOTICE,  Hilling on locomotives and   rail  way cirs of  the   Union   Colliery  Company liy any \wwrx   >r  per  Bona���������except train crew���������-if strictly  prohibited,   Employees  art* sub-  Wot Ho di|mi.Hal tor allowing name  JFj;.\N'n? Vt  T.itti.k  Manager.  NOTICE.  NOTICK 18 HBRKBY GIVEN ihat up  ilication will bfl mutlu tothf Logteliifivo  A������wml������ly of th* Province of British Ool -  otnhla at iu n������*t ���������*������������������!'������������ '������"' an Aot extending the time for the oommencoment of thu  cnnitructlon of th������ Company'i������ Unit of r������il-  wu** ������~<1 for the expj ������Ut������r*" th"reon, of ten  per cent ������������������( the amount nf the oapitnl mni  ���������rV-lueiDg the Mnuuut ol tho oapital ami jmr-  n.ittiog the Company to a-netmot tho rait-  w������y in eeotion*.  Dated the 34th January, 1005.  BARNAUL ft ROOKfW,  Sohettota lot tbe ApplioeuU.  CumbEPiaitrJ  Hotel ���������  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET,  CUMBERLAND  B. C.  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland be sure  and stay at tho Cumberland ;  Hotel, B'irst-Class Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and Public Hall  Run in Connection with  Hotel  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  3010 Westminster Road  HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds, now in  stock and tested as to vitality. Wholesale and retail.  Thousands of Fruit and  ������   Ornamental Trees..   ..  RHODODENDRONS,   ROSES,   GREEN  HOUSE AND HARD1T PLANTS  for Spring Planting  ���������FERTILIZERS- -  BEE   HIVES   and    SUPPLIES  Green house full of Plants, Cut Flowers  Floral Work. Catalogues free, or  call and examine stock.  EASTERN PRICES OR LESS.  M. J. HENRY.  VANCOUVER, B.C  Xjoiroclii Bros,"  COW**-*'  DREAD. CiiKes -H-d Pie--delivered daily to any part of City.  rou-sTooKop - Groceries  E,  EMDE,  fl������ Kept UrniMt Medtolne.  Jfn a Scotch villago. where a young  Oootor had lately started practice, a  tvorl-man had the misfortune to get hia  finger hruised bad'y In one of the mills.  A doctor was sent for, and on properly-''  dressing the finyer tbe man nearly  fainted. Ho was asked If be would  take a little spirits to revive him.  **Mon," he exclaimed; with feeling,  "that wild Just I)*-" the very life o' ine!"  The doctor gave him a good glass,  which he.greedily swallowed, ond on  recovering his breach his first words  were, "Well, doctor. I ken unco' little  a boot yer skill, hut. mou, ye keep grand  medicine."  Care For H let-on pit.  Hiccough usually attacks persons of  nervous temperament and young chit  dren who have overloaded the stom  ech. It may also be Induced by eating  foods which have beeu too highly sea  soned.  The moBt useful remedy nnd perhapt-  the most Inoffensive and the best con  slsts in sucking a piec������* of sugar which  has previously been steeped in vinvgui  or drinking a spoouful of good vinegar  in which some sugar has been (lis  Bolved.  If this is not nt once successful, a  second spoonful is certain to be so.  Union   s     Hotel  S_5_.'M:*cj"Er1   O      3D_5_"VIS,    Peopbietoe  English 4 x BURTON always on tap; also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Aohetiser, Bohamian, Schlitz, &c. "OLD GREY BKARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boardiug and Lodging Department, under the immediate -superintendence uf Mas  Davis, will be found First class in every respect.  RATES,  $1 oo p������*r day upward*  Campbell's .-BAKERY  A Fine Selection of CAKES  always   on  hand.  FBESH BREAD every day.  Orders for SPECIAL CAKES promptly attended to.  Dunsmuir Avenue,  Cuffloerlaiiu,  Co,  NANAIMO, B.C  The yearly return of ihe Bock Beer season is   of interest to the  brewer as well as the public, and the  -&&e-R~F8RH9e4-  Will again show that special care h-ia been taken iu Ihe manufacture of the superior  article.    The Uuinn Brewing Oo.'h Buck has boon breweed for a number of montha  aud stoied iu their famouH cellars until it has reached the proper age, and is now  ON DRAUGHT AT ALL HOTELS.  warn  fomwmmw&Mtmu-aaim  ��������� POINTE  ^  IN REGARD TO THE  ������  B������,l>  a  trnmM j&  PUIlLKrtCD ON THC LTl, hilO ������OTH 01' I.I.OH IV.1NIH  P';:������IIb^ No. 1- I'l Is ti put -ly VVf.U'-n iVnimll'in  ������������������;,;!iciillvritl -y.'jicr for Weatern  i.'.iniitdi  .1 .-riitcir n.iti Su.vkiiKtt  Potntcr No. 2���������H to l<i ������������������'.������������������. w  II prinK-d, will c.lccd,' ���������.r<.������l!  JlltintN-.twl,   relinlilt',  "Ji-^'-reii.-.v: :i A i'i-i rleiii.  P������h3"er Ko. U���������iW ti-"i-M it'.-���������.: Hl.rii.-l.ly r:n>ilt iu n.lvi.   v   .-j 11 *.l !>"���������']> ip.-r U vruiii'rlly  iM^cutitlniir .1 at i.-.;t>ir,'i:i'iii r > .hi   \>     ������������������ > -t < -���������-... ������������������ -v I,  Pointer Nil. 4--'i'!l'2  Ko:''-V c- t  J.'ini-.c- iv, ll,.- ojl.y u,,i <'-'ui .1  |iit). .  jirlutdl ill  C'lT'il.'l  U'-St ul'  l,ll.C! M;Ji'.-|i(.|-,  Pol'itcr P'O. Ci-It Itrs tn-'v.' viiil in u iv uu-init i-.ci'|I-pis in Mimiloluiiiiiit tlteMA'.'.T.  tllltll IlljOlIlM  l.ir-IS | HJI'-ISCI1: il'llH   ..  Voluton' No.fl'���������f'n tut "m'kUoiih ititil* itiroi'tuaiMi i.ii* woi'th tunny riollnrit to ench  It'-hsp- 'Vi*'.-.  Pointer No, 7"���������-\Jorstl.y it Is nhove re|mwch,  Ftoei Now to Kleccmbcr 31, 190S, for $1.00  lllClllill 'irthi' ll!l).|llli.7'lll!linn|.llNlll.ll  Nuiiiiii ' im l ii. ��������� ii>. in '< i'' i'i 11'' ���������*���������  'I tinv.-.ffYy"/t ���������wwUttxtm' t.'Litm.^ii  y..u will r .vi.^.   H.ili> ili'u u..v.  Hmuplo uupy tout frcu u|mit tcmiiMit,  AMOtUSH  TIEE NOR'-WEST FARMER, Limited,  P.O. Dox 1310, WINNIPEG, MAN.  r  UOHHIlllUHniflDHHEIBHnniMWI^^PIIftt  3rd St,   Cumberland  BG08FO11 HATCHING.  From I'ore-ljlood Slock, .Single Comb  vVhue L������Rliorn W>'ckolT Htrain ��������� ihe  greatest In^cr-t in Amerci���������Ekks. S1.00  per 15. A few <elrrt ed V.n<kcre\U for sale  price $1.50 ench.���������Apply, John J. H,  Miller, l.itilf Rit-<>r Poulirv Yards, Co  tnox,   Mail orders attended 10.  UROWN LEGHORN KCi;*? FOR  HATCHlNC-Piuc-winner^fs jnsr  hundred for inciibitor*, 75<:f". per let-  tinjj ���������S V UoitoON, Courtenay  Obtainalile in Pucketti aUo in bulk.      Tho bentvalu* in the market,  LOCAL AGKN'TS-OPMnEiirj-Nn,*   ���������   ��������� Mow* Naviku A Paiitriwir.  CODUTKNAY,    -    ���������    ���������  MfMri J. MoPlIKK A .^'N.  THE HUDSON'S BAY CO.,  DI8TUIBUTING AGENTS, VICTORIA, B.C.  First-Class Accommodation  .. ..at BeBSOn&ble Rates ...  ���������MM���������.    " i)  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  I'  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST*0LAS8  CANDY, FRUITH.  CIGAUH" & TOBACCOS.  HARNESS  \ it   WILLARD is prepared to  * * "    till any Orders for Fine or  Heavy Harness, at short uotloe.  WiliARD BLOCK.      Cumberland..  anaimo Cigar factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEST   ::   ON   ;.-   EAKTH.   .  Mauofactured by  P   GABLE & CO., NANAIMO, B.C  G. H. TARBELL,  High Grade Stoves  and all Kitchen Requirements  SPOBTSMENS GOODS  <fe GmKUAL HARDWARE  HOLY  TRINITY CHURCH.  SERVICES,  " ��������� ->-  Holy Communion evpry Sunday at 8 pm.  ���������lirsi Sunday in the momh, u am.,  Moruiny service, n a.m.; ounday,  School, 2,30 p.m.; Eveinuy service,  7 p.m.; Choir Practice every Friday  _J3jJ*at 7 3������ P-m-  F, G. Chkistmas I'a-iot"  TRADR MARKS*  PKMCttS,  0OPYRI0HT8 *0  quiuklyiuwurtiiln, fruo, wliottt. _n nivuiii.nii is  (irobulily pnto'itnblo. C''iiimiirii<*oHmt������ ntrlctlr  ciiiirliioiitliil, Olilnnt rmoiioy ...rHcciirliiui^it'Uit*  in Amorloft,   Wn Imvo.tt Wnstiiliutnu titlliirt,  PrttunU tnVton tlirou������b Muuu * Co. roceJTt  HHiolal tiotloo In tlio  SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN,  rUfnMu   III..-.*--.*-*      ���������--���������  tVIUMN   A   CO.,  3HI ������r������.i������lv.,n  ^������������������w Vr.rh.  * -'���������Li ..  VEN  7?*  11 '��������� ������ J! _bU wlii-n ut.ina RTT.VENS  AKMfc���������l.ittiii������U. I'.h-I.yti *ml tiitugliiK  il-iwnyour (���������nii'i, All ri'|ii;*'ti fimrm vir������  ii;r������ ������f) rm'xxliet) 11 our Iimm.i Un* i.f  sifir, Pisnicj ������iid 8Hi)Tbim8, Uo������wn  I ^   P.   V    F.   N % S ?  ).'n I'.-n't, ������n'l In  il.t 00 iwr |''<������:ikm. If  yuu t..iui,..l o���������i������,i> in.  sti'Vi:**, ������������tiit|Mti*  icrt, ������������;^m {.mimlil  V!Cl<'������nUlo������t������rtfof  m������ t������������i������,������)il������>i������������t������i  $TI vlirJli U.kirtf  > h ^������r,������ii(* ������.),������������,*'  ������>UIIUan������il.t**ioii itwt������<  In/,   tLimunlilxfl, <">  liltll<l">ll.'fM'>'MU������l||ll  * ������ ,'.   It. ''-> ������.  "li'Cy.i Mi IfiKW���������U-m-wmml i������-*r*J������t  l������,i������i.i i.r mtt*, 1 ������t v 1,1 k.wp >t,,jKii*-.������<.i:.i:"..itl y>������i  fco������������������|t,   .1, >i���������.r li. k ���������������������������������*��������������� i*������������������tuk'������. I'tfjoj.   '     J.;4t:tn..      Z-~.-~���������  I. STEVJIS AS������3 AK0TC3L ���������0.  P.o.o&JC4oai  OHIOOPte fALLt, MAM. U.I.A. WEAK LUNGS.  MADE    SOUND    AND    STRONG BY  DR. WILLIAMS PINK PILLS  If your blood is weak, if it is poor  and watery, a touch of cold or iniiu-  snza will settle iu your lungs and tho  ipparently harmless cough of to-day  will become the racking consumptive's cough of to-morrow. Weak  blood is an open invitation for consumption to lay upon you the hand of  death. The only way to avoid consumption and to strengthen and brace  the whole system is by enriching your  blood and strengthening your lungs  with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. They  make new, rich, war-.n blood. They  add resisting power to the lungs.  They have saved scopes from a  consumptive's grave���������not after the  lungs are hopelessly diseased, but  where taken when the cough first attacks the enfeebled system. Here is  positive proof. Mrs. Harry Stead, St.  Catherines, Ont., says: "A few yeans  ago 1 was attacked with lung trouble,  and the doctor, after treating me for  a time, thought 1 was going into consumption. 1 grew pale and emaciated,  had no appetite, was troubled with a  hackng cough, and I felt that i. was  fast gong towards the grave. Neither the doctor's medicine hor other  medicine that I took seemed to help  me. Then a good friend urged me to  take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. By the  time I had used four boxes it was  plain that they were helping me. 1  began to recover my appetite, and in  other ways felt better. 1 took sixi  boxes more, and was as well as ever,  and had gained in weight. I believe  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills saved me  from a consumptives grave, and I  , feel very grateful."  Now Dr. Williams' Pink Pills build  np the strength in just one way���������  they actually make new blood. That  is all they do, but they do it well.  They don't bother with mene symptoms. They won't cure any disease  that isn't caused by bad blood. But  then, nearly all common diseases  spring from that one cause���������anaemia,  Indigeston, biliotvjaess, headaches,  uideaches, backaches, kidney trouble,  ^ lumbago, rheumatism, sciatica, nqu*  ' tralgia, nervousness,; general weakness and the special secret ailments  that growing girls and women do not  like to talk about even to their doctors. But you must get the genuine  _yitK the full name, "Dn Williams'  "^inrrmr"foi*���������PairTeTopre7'^Tfr~tre"  "svrapper around each box. If In  doubt send the price���������50 cents a box  or S2.50 for six boxes, to the Dr. Williams' Medcne Co., Brockvlle, Ont,  and get the pill by mail postpaid.  When Mark Twain lived in Hartford,  Conn., he was on intimate terms with  the Rev. Joseph H. Twitchell. One day  Mr. Twitchell sauntered over to his  friend's house and said: "Mark, come  and take a walk with me." "Oh, no.  Joo; I haven't time," sold the great  humorist. "Well, now," said the dominie, "you come to hear me preach  ������very Sunday and you say you believe  ���������what 1 read out of the biolo is truo;  It I could prove to you from the Bible  that you ought to walk with me would  y<ou go?" "Yes, of course," said Mr.  Twain, "but It Isn't in there." "Yes,  it is," said the minister, "for tho Biblo  says, 'And whosoever shall compel  thee to go a rollo, go with him twain.,  and Mark went,  sleight-o*- hand tricks. No use talking," with a reminiscent smile, "that  man did some wonderful things; all  tricks, mebbe, though when he tookj  a baby's hoot out o' old Miss Haskin.s j  pocket that wouldn't have a child]  within gunshot of her, it did look as j  though there was something more in j  it. "By 'n' by he asked if some man j  wouldn't come up on the platform, j  Our Ruth nudged her father, and said,;  'You go,' and Ezry went. The man.  took yards an dyards of ribbon out if j  Ezry's pockets, and more handker-j  chiefs from round his neck than there;  ever was at one time ih the store at j  the Corners, Ezry never turned a>  hair. You'd have supposed that he:  g:?w crops of handkercniefs under his ���������  coat collar regular. I guess it kind!  o* nettled the man to see him take itj  as calm as old Tilly, and pretty soon j  he just put on steam and took three  rabbitts and a hen out of Ezry's j  beard, one after another.. "Folks just j  hollered, and for a minute I thought i  Ezi>* was going to pieces. But he)  didn't, as I told you. " 'Well, well,' he!  said, looking at the rabbits and thei  hen. 'I've kind o' suspected they was j  there for some time back.'" '  Thomas Edison the great inventor,  is very fond of children. While on a;  visit to New York recently he was  endeavorng to amuse the six-year-old  son of his host, when the youngster  asked him to draw an engine for  him. Mr. Edison, promptly set to  work, and, thinking it would please  the child to have an elaborate design,  he added a couple of extra smokestacks and several imaginary parts.  When the plan was complete the hoy  took it and eyed it critically, then he  turned to the inventor with disapproval n every feature. "You don't  know much about engnes, do you?" he  said with infantine frankness. "Engines may have been that way in  your time, but they've changed a  whole lot since then."  ANTISEPTIC AND HEALING  There are Scores of Ways in Which Every  Family Finds Use For  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT.  THERE IS NOW A  MASS OF PROOF  THAT LUMBAGO IS ALWAYS CURED BY DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS.  Use Lever's Dry Soap (a pjwder) to  wash woolens and flannels,���������you'll like  it. 32  ���������iii-Give���������you-a-nickeL?JL.said_MlssJla  Style. "Oh, no! I never dispense promiscuous alms. Why do you not obtain employment?" "Please, mum,"  was the timid reply. "I have "a small  baby and people won't be bothered hy  a woman with a child." "Then, you  absurd creature, why not leave the  child at home with its nurse?"  MESSRS. C. C. RICHARDS & CO.  (tents,-���������I havo usod your MINARD'S  LINIMENT In my family and also in  my stables for years and consider   It  the best mertlchio obtainable,  Yours truly  ALFRED ROCJJAV,  i-roprotor Roxton Pond Hotel aud  Livery Stablos.  ,., ttoxlou Pond, July <1, 1001.  Ezry Halnos hnd a reputation for  rooliiof*. I-Jvt'ii hit" wil'o, who hnd lived  wllli hhn i'or thlrty-Miroo yearn, Bitiil  silio hnd ncvi.'i' Hcieii him put out or  lluslrnlcil. "Havo you ovor soon him  '.-tlml'i-ii, .Mi'K. llitlncsY" tiio iiiiiilsioii  .'jsl'ed. Inti-i'i'Sii'tlly. "Well, yes," nil-  .���������milled MrH. IIulnoH, "I'vo noon him  :t lltle mile rnilletl onco, That was  Inst month nt iho county fair, nntl I  ������������������itM lo iiiyw'll',��������� for it minute only,���������  'Kzry, Isn't tho mnn he used to bo.'  Then I i'iiw ihni I wns wron**. "I  guess ft, won't (lu tiny harm to toll  vim about It," Airs. IIulnoH continued,  with friendly inllectloii. "Vou may 08  well Idiow ihe Ins nn' outs of your  ���������eongro-'iiiloii IIi-hI ns hist." "It wns  nt the f-rninty f;ilr, ns I just, snid, nnd  i)zitj,'��������� and 1 went Into ono of thoso  alili'-s-liowH where a num wits   (Joins  The proprietors of two rival livery-  stables, situated alongside each other in a busy street, have been having  a lively advertising duel lately. The  other week one of them stuck up on  his office window- a long strip of paper, bearing the words:���������"Our horses  need no whip to make them go." This  bit of sarcasm naturally caused some  amusement at the expense of the rival  proprietor, but in "less than an hour  he tui'ned the tables hy pasting the  following retort on his own window: ���������  "True.   The wind blows them along!"  Some persons have periodical attacks of Canadian cholera, dysentery  or diarrhoea, and have to use great  precautions to avoid the disease.  Change of water, cooking, and green  fruit, is sure to bring on the attacks.  To such persons we would rpconimend  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial  as being the best medicine in the market for all summer complaints. If a  few drops are taken in water when  the symptoms are noticed no further  trouble will be experienced.  Safety for Children  Mothers should never give their  little ones a medclne that they do not  know to he absolutely safe and harmless. All so-called soothing medicines  contain poisonous opiates that stupefy tho helpless little one without curing its ailments. Baby's Own Tablets  Is the only medicine for Infants and  young children that gives the mother  a positive guarantee that it contains  no opiate or harmful drug. Milton L.  Hersey, S.Sc, (McGlll University),  has analyzed these Tablets and says:  "I hereby certify that I have made a  careful analysis of Baby's Own Tablets, which I personally purchased in  a drug store In Montreal, and said  analysis has failed to detect tho pros-  enco of any opiate or narcotic in  them." This means that mothers can  give their llttlo ones theso Tablets  with an nssuimnco that thoy will do  good���������that, thoy cannot possibly do  hnrm, Tho Tablets euro Indigestion,  colic, constipation, diarrhoea, simple  fever, toothing troubles,and all minor  nllmonlH. Sold by druggists everywhere or sent by 111 all nt 25 cents a  box by writing the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co,, Brockvillo, Ont.  Quebec Man Cured His Kidneys With  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and his Lumbago vanished.  Quebec, P. Q., May 29���������(Special).���������  John Ball, a bricklayer, residing at 57  Little Champlaiu street, this city, has  added his statement to the great mass  of proof that lumbago is caused by disordered Kidneys, aud consequently easily cured by Dodd's Kidney Pills. Mr.  Ball says:  "I was troubled with Lumbago for  two years. I could not work. I had  to get up at night to urinate so often  that my nest was broken. I read of  cures by Dodd's Kidney Pills and made  up my mind to try them. After trie  first box I could feel and see a change.  Three boxes cured me completely."  Lumbago, like Rheumatism, is caused by uric acid in the blood. Uric acid  cannot stay in the blood if the Kidneys  are working right. Dodd's Kidney Pills  make the Kidneys work right.  Hui'/il Adorer  (baslil'tilly)-���������You did  not  go to   Mllllo    Meadow's lmrly,  Don't you like klsslu' giuiiosV Pretty  .Maid���������No, I    don't.     Rural Adorer  (wwiklyj���������Wliy   don't    you? Pretty  Mnltl  l(!ii(!niirii','lngly)~-'Ciuiso there's  ho many iookin' on.  Are you a suiTorcr with corns? If  you are, gt!t n holtlQ of TJollowny's  Corn uro. It has novor boon known  to fail.  Mrs. (iwilllnniH (of Iho Hat. nbovo)-*-  Your children woko mo up nt 5 o'clock  ihls morning with I heir nolso, and I  didn't, go tn sleep ngiiln. Mrs. Sllint���������  Did thoy? Tho darlings! Thoy nro so  fniiof nro?  .',">'K  Daisys  ftfoiEY  f^i-'PI LLS v  ������'Anr-TC5  .Mrs. n-J  -:���������)''  rou    hnvo  worked awfully hard trying to find  work? Trnmn���������Not very���������only about  im hard ns I'd work If I should Had  wor,k, ma'am.  Big Mennonito School for Altonn.  Altonn, Man.���������Representatives from  Grotnit, Winkler, Plum Couloo and  Hosenfeld nsHomhleil horo In tho annual mooting of tho Mennonito Educational Inntltuto nKsoclntlon and dls-  oiiHSH-ii iii*- >M-ii'.iie of Urn iniiUUitton.  It was finally decided upon after   n  lively  tli-li.iif.  in t-tuiic a modem $20,-  (10(1 institute ni Altonn, tho ellreton* tc  ho empowered io proceed Immediately  with tho hulldinpr. Tho votes wero  Altonn, 17K, (Jretnn, lf.1, Winkler, 117.  Of the III voters ''75 were represented.  DUAL PURPOSE COWS.  Wot Suited to the Needs of the Eastern Dairy Farmers.  Very little has been done by our agricultural institutions in New York for  the improvement of live stock, says  H. E. Cook in Rural New Yorker. That  there-is���������an���������opportunit'y���������no-one���������w-ill-  qucstion. I was recently discussing  the animal husbandry needs with Dean  Bailey of . the state college, who is  deeply interested in laying the foundation right. He purposes to act and is  desirous of getting into the closest  touch with the breeders of the commonwealth to know their sentiments.  The question arises whether or not  our state should become interested in  beef production. There is no more  misleading fallacy connected with the  farm, none which has led moro men  astray than the effort to breed an nui-  mnl for both milk and beef. Occasionally such a one is found, and then  begins a chase to reproduce another.  The American Is a natural gambler.  It makes but llttlo difference what  the game may be, provided only that  there is uncertainty in Its makeup.  The dual purpose cow, as seen from  a western point of view, is a speculation puro and simple, and I hope thoro  will bo no such Ideal at our state college.  What wo do need, however, Is a  greater number of 10,000 pound 8.5  per cent cows or 7,000 pound 5 per  cent cows. There ls a placo for both.  In the milk markets tho bulk of tho  trade will only pny for tho low grade  milk. Wo do not need moro broods or  moro crosses. It is humiliating that  this country has not produced a brood  of dairy cows, Wo havo tried hnrd  to mako a breed of tho dual purpose  cow, but as sho never reproduced herself In anything llko tho same form  wo could not mnko a success. But It  seems to mo wo would appear to tho  onlooklnjj dnlry world to much better  ndvnntngo to take tho Jerseys and  Guernseys for hljrli Rritdo milk nnd  tlio Ayrshlrcs anil Hohitolns for low  gi'iido mlllt and Improvo them,  Wo hnvo already quite passed the  necessity of Importation of Ayrshire  and Holstoln stock, and ns soon us wo  loam that the Channel Island cows  must have Channel island temperature  and environment wo slmll cense importing from thnt favored land, I  firmly bellevo that our newly organ!"!-  oil state college should alienate Itself  from western sentiment and custom  so far as It pertains to livo stock interests. Z know It is wonderfully  fncir-itintl-np to hrnr-d nnd hnndlo tho  tm*ooth hoof beauties, but Is not tho  machinery that can produce ten to  twonty times Its own weight of milk  annually but a more complex and  wonderful mechanism, requiring moro  gonhiy to develop nnd ultlll to feed?  Wo have In tho east conditions peculiar In many respects thnt cannot  bo changed. It Is thoreforo a problem to moot them and organize for  dovolopuiont upon our own linos,  T.mnllr nenieiUtt],  Auntlo (to small niece who Is not by  any menus tho pink of pcrfccUou)-Oli,  Mllly, how naughty you are! Your nice,  good little sister nnd brother can never  be so bad. MHIf (sauclly)-But I can  iood teach them.  Dr. Chase's Ointment Is so pure and  clean, so remarkably soothing and  healing and leaves tho skin so soft,  smooth and clear that it soon becomes  a pleasure to use it.  Though best known because of its  extraordinary control of tho most torturing itching skin diseases, such as  eczema, salt rheum, psoriasis and tetter, it should not be forgotten that Dr.  Chase's Ointment will not injure the  most delicate skin, but is in reality a  skin beautifier of great value.  Dr. Chase's Ointment is used with  splendid results as a cure for:  Chilblains and frostbites.  Chapped hands and face.  Sore and inflamed eyelids.  Poisoned skin. '     ���������  Scald head and baby eczema.  Sore feet and toes.  Pimples and blackheads.  Rough, red skin.  Hives and Insect bites.  Barber's itch.  Scalds and burns.  Itching peculiar to women.  Ringworms and plnworma. ~'���������'  Old sores and bed sores.  Especially where there is small children scarcely a week passes in which  Dr. Chase's Ointment would not prove  useful.  Mrs. F. Clark, Belmont, Man., writes:!  ,���������My baby had eczema on her ear.  (The sore was very bad and nothing  seemed to do her much* good. Hearing of the wonderful cure Dr. Chase's  Ointment was making, we sent for  some, and after the third application  the sore began to heal. I am glad to  say that it is quite well now. and we  give the credit to Dr. Chase's Oint-  meut. We cannot recommend this  preparation too highly."  By noting the cures reported from  time to time in this paper you will  find that Dr. Chase's Ointment is ono  of the greatest healing preparations  known to science, frequently curing  eczema and psoriasis when all other  means have failed.  Sixty cents a box at all dealers, or  Edmanson, Bates & Co.. Toronto.  Nat Osborne, said Henry R. Rogers, [  the Standard Oil magnate and copper  king,, used to blow the organ in tlie  brick church. He had quite an idea of  his own importance, and was always  proud of his job. I asked him once:  "How much salary do you get, Mr.  Osborne, for your work?" Nat- looked  up, solemnly, and said Wiui dignity:  "Twelve hundred dollars." "What!"  said I, "������1,200?" "Yes," said Nat.  "That's big pay," said I. "Pretty  fair," said Nat, "but that's for 100  years."  DR. ACNEW'S CATARRHAL POWDER.-  Rev. W, H. Main, pnstor ol the Baptist Emaneul  Church, Buffalo, gives strong testimony for and is a  firm believer in Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal Powder, Ho  has tried many kinds of remedios without avail. "After using Dr, Dgnow'g Catarrhul Powder I was benefited at once," are his words. It in a wonderful remedy. 50 cents.  65  "What? Pell down stairs! How  did it happen? "Why, you see, I  started to go down, and my wife said:  WILSON'S  FLY PADS  WILL CLEAR THEM OUT  BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES  'Be careful, John!' And I'm not the  man to be dictated to by any woman,  so down I went.'"  !>%'��������� Fit cure for Epilepsy aid  kliiitreda/roctloruls thaouly auccouful  remwto. and Is now used by tho buss  ptivslcUns and lioipluls tn Kurop*  .nil America. It in conttdentt-llf  rei-omnsotKl'd ta ths aftllcted. If y������o  miller from  Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus' Dance,  or bare children or rolaUrns that do so, or know a Mend that  ls aflltoted. thkk SKKD FOR A FRK TRIAL BOTTLE and try  it.   It will 1������ sent by mall  prepaid.     It   has   cured  where eT������rythlhg-elan has  fsJInl.  Whrn writing mention  this paper, and glvo full   ,  address,   for sste by all drwtrlsts.   TbeLlebls-Co., i79 Kins:St. W., Toronto.  OVERALLS  and  Working Men's  Garments.  UNION MADE.  All Your  Friends���������Farmen,   Miners,  Railroad Men and Mechanics  Wear Them.  ASK FOR AND INSIST ON GETTING  King of the ROAD  BRAND.  Chatham Incubators Hatch Spring  Eggs into Fall Dollars.  Mr.y and June nro the bent month, to itnrt la. June hatched chicks grow llko waodi during  tht early uumiii������r and nmiy ot the rleke ol the bu*lne������������ ue avoided if you start now,  Kvory chicle you can mature  anil market in October is ���������worth  fiOonnU, If not moro. Tho noxt throo  monUiB aro tho right ouch lu which  to got stiirtud in the chloUon-rnUIne-  buHinetm. Thoro'H good nionuy in it  ami tbo women folUn and ehlldren  can do nil tlio work that t*ocdi- to bo  dono In about ona-half hour daily.  Tho way to walto poultry pay ti  to pot "iii'tillor" chl'ilts of uniform  kUo and weight rondy for tho mar-  kot whon prices aro highest, ami tho  only way thin nan bo dono ii with a  ft (rood Incubator. Tho ono that l������  ���������uro and novor-falllna ta tho CHATHAM. IfthociiifUfortlJothocliJuJc  li turo to bo hatched o very Uxno by a.  No Cash to Pay  Until Fall, ID05.  than Incubator  go rmro are wo of reiulU that wo take ebanosi en yonr rooooM befora w������ gtfconr  mono/ for tho machine,  Wo will ship yon a Chatham Incubator, freight prepaid,  ond giro yon two years to vuy for It* Nothing to par until  November, 1005.  Tho Chatham Jnoubator payi for Itself avert  ha'.dt, ������i.J U -ou fc-ot ������Uu_a now, wliiitU ten  ���������hould, tho Juno hatched ohlcki will hare a ma*.  ket value of Wo. eaoh by Ootober, thui enabling  jrooto pay for the Incubator without niloff one  cent of money not earned by the maeblne Itself.  Our hiiautlfnl and r*nmT>!*t������ book. "How tn  Make Money Out of Chleke," tells tho whele itory,  No poultry rataor can afford to be without It. It's  111IE. Bond for It NOW.  THE MANSON CAMPBELL CO,, llmltid  Dept.35 CHATHAM ONT.  Dfitrihtitln-i' Wiir*#rioii-HH at! Montri***.!. Qn#���������  teto waste* ^Now w-w-ur,  F-uUif U������ Ml CUIU.uj. Out., and DuUott, Mich.  AXae Manafaetarere or the ftunevi Ckslksm  ramnlas BUU* sad CkatlMW ram twlea.  Messes Campbell  11 DRINKS OF THE WOULD  MANY AND WIERD ARE   CONCOCTIONS OF THE DRINKERS.  Emil Necalre Has "Listed" 843 American Drinks, But There Are 11,754  Which Have Never Been Served  I In the United States���������Characterise  j tics of the Beverages of Many  j    Peoples���������Ten Drops a "Jag."  Emil Necalre, "mixologist," for 32  years the most famous bartender in  New Orleans, has compiled a book in  which he sets forth the drinks of the  world.  The American who has run the gamut from sloe gin high balls to poets'  dreams, imbibed everything from a  Tom Collins to a Bourbon with a dash  of bitters, is merely an amateur drink  compared with the array of drinks  that are served to the nations of the  world.  Necalre has listed 843 American  drinks���������or naturalized drinks���������that  are worthy of place in his book,  whereas he has an array of 11,754 mixed and straight drinks that, so far as he  can find out, have never been served in  the United States.  Every Drink Except Two  Injurious.  To add to the value of the compilation���������which has taken ' twenty-six  years of work and research, of correspondence with governments, with  travelers, with bartenders in other  countries���������Necalre adds a note in  which ho says that every one of the  drinks he describes is injurious to a  greater or lesser degree and each one  aids in the degeneration of the  peoples who use them���������except, possibly, a fermentation of goat's milk  found in northern Siberia and a wild  honey fermentation discovered in central Australia. The others������������������ he declares are positively harmful to the  drinker and, to support his argument  he records seventeen races cf men  among whom alcoholic beverages are  unknown and proves, to his own satisfaction at least, that these peoples are  the happiest and healthiest on earth.  The compilation of drinks is a remarkable one. Necalre awards to the  Russians the doubtful honor of being  tne greatest drunkards and the most  cosmopolitan drunkards, and to the  Swedes the distinction of having in-  J^^ented-the-'m'ost-driiilcs-=;-:anid^the-besl;-  " tasting drinks. He declares the drinks  of the German (that1 is the native  drinks) are the most healthful, andhe  declares brandy the worst drink, outclassing whisky, beer, or wine In extent of evil and in results.  ,*.     Russia a Nation of Drunkards.  m Atnca, cauea aoanu waie, wuiuu,  like cider, or an Indian, is good only  for a few days. The bananas, whole,  are placed in a hole in the ground  lined with green leaves and tramped.  Then water is added, the hole covered  and left for a few days, when hay is  mixed into it. Then it is placed in a  wooden trough and water is added and  the mass stirred. The Hquid drips into  pans, and, for twenty-four hours is  delleions, then it ferments and be������  comes a rival of the famous "dynamite" of London slums, made of ether,  mixed with wine or beer.  "Mubisi." which is tho Uganda  drink, is declared worse than the bino  of the Philippines, which the natives  have learned to mix with gins.  "Tho Bulgarians," says the bartender, "would make ideal customers.  They drink light sour wines, mixed  with waters. At festivals they drink  freely but never fight, row, quarrel, or  sing.  "The queerest drunks In the world  are participated in by the Korlaks  and the Kamchatkans of northeast  Siberia. Whole tribes numbering  hundreds of men and women, get  drunk and stay drunk weeks at a time  on the fly mushroom. They need no  mixing of drinks. Either to eat tho  fungus or to drink the water In which  l"- mav bet boilod means one e-loriou**!  round ot pleasure ior a wecK or mure, j  Vodka in a Dozen Ways.  "The Buriats of Siberia acquire  their passionate love of drinking from  the Russians. They drink from the  cradle���������vodka, diluted in a dozen  ways. They drink also fermented  goats' milk, something like kumyss,  which they mix with intoxicants. The  children smoke at G years and drink  before that.  "One drink, which has been imported into England as a medicine, is the  famous drink from the root of the  pepper tree, made by the Fijians and  used at their great festivals, where  everyone gets 'soused.' This drink is  hot and not unlike the red pepper and  celery drinks found among Spanish  Americans. It is sold as a stomach  tonic in England. Tne Fijians also;  have a wine from a vegetable like the  tomato, and a bread fruit drink."  The cordials, open a new line. The  most delicious is the Yorkshire Violet,  made from the crushed flower, homo  brewed. It is mixed with liquors and  holds the delicious flavor of the flower.  The cordial brewed from wild honey  in Abyssinia is also delicious. The  Abyssinians make the best mead in  the world from barley and wild honey.  Xhey���������livelgn_the  other s_ide__of the  coucneu. *ins cuctmioeia cuuiam n  pungent juice, which discharges its-elf  into the eye of its opponent, and the  smarting sensation which results ls  hard to bear. The dainty grass of  Parnassus is beautiful but dishonest.  It is a ijog herb, has glossy green  leaves and pure white b'qssoms and is  supposed to b8 the poet's flower. Its  milk white flowers are lovely, yet  they are decei\ers. The drops of  honey which bees and  insects  l-l������ART  OF  MONTROSE.  Ill  they see inside tho petals are solid,  glassy imitations of honey, which fool  the bees, which are lured in this way  that they may carry off the pollen to  other blossoms and are held fast until they die.  It  May   Be   Lying   in   Some  Canadian  Attic���������Story of Its Wanderings and  Disappearance.  The Duke of Montrose, who recently  arrived In the United States'on a visit  of tome duration, writes the Marqulsi  de Fontenoy, in The New York Tribune, is anxious to discover the where-  fancy i abouts of the heart of the most tua-  no true Kcotcn Oranam wno would not  gladly contribute toward the recovery  of the heart of Montrose, and to the  bringing about of Us finding a final  resting place on Scottish soil after all  its extraordinary wanderings and vicissitudes.  Fine  Cut  Facts.  The average amount of illness In  human life is estimated at nine days  out of the year.  It ls strange that in Asia and Africa  where grass will not grow, the most  beautiful flowers and shrubs flourish  to perfection.  One of the books of etiquette published during the fourteenth century  advised the man of fashion to wash  his hands every day and bis  "almost as often!"  face  JINGLES AND JESTS.  Early, while I'm still asleep,  The sun arranges things for me.  It takes the chill all off the air  And lights the day so I can see.  It beams upon me all day long,  And when at last It sinks away  It hustles round the other side  To be in time for me next day.  ���������Lipplncott's Magazine.  Declined.  Ted���������It was a case of love at first  sight with him.  Ned���������How was it with the girl?  Ted���������From tho answer she gave him  she must have had second sight.���������Tom  Watson's Magazine.  Chlrpolite.  Teacher���������I am sorry to say, Johnny,  your hands do uot look very clean.  Johnny���������My mother says folks don't  notice such things; if they do, they  don't speak of 'em.���������Boston Transcript.  "Russia," says Necalre, "is the  greatest drinking country in the world.  The Russians drink more violent  spirits than any other nation, and they  have a greater assortment of drinks,  despite the fact that vodka supplies  the place of wine, beer, whisky and  brandy with the great mass of the  populaton.  "But the Russians must yield to the  Georgians ���������- their dependents ��������� in  amount drunk per capita. The Georgian ls never sober from birth to  death and manages to keep in this  condition on wines. Men and women  aro always befuddled, caused mainly  by a mixture of ether with light  wines."  Iceland follows as a nation of drunkards. They drink everything known,  importing from Sweden and from  America and England. Fermented  vinegar, sweetened with sirup, with a  dash of brandy, Is ono of the favorite  drinks. Tho Icelanders havo a drink  concocted from tho glands of the  whale that is terrific In Its effect, although only ten drops aro usod In a  glass of swoot wino or awootonod  wator.  Tho most delicious drink, which tho  Now Orleans "mixologist" awards the  prlzo, ovon ovor his beloved abslntho,  wns sent to Jilm In a bottlo by a cor.  respondent who found It in central  Australia, wbcro It was used by tho  natlvos who darod try It���������having no  koylinloR to find, Tho drink la mado  of wild honey, mixed with peppermint  gum���������"just add wator and servo," The  tnsto, ho tloclnros, boats anything ho  ovor found with tlio wild tang of tho  honoy accenting tho delicious flavor  of tho gum.  Dutch Drinking Is Unheslthful.  "Tho Dutch," declares tho boo&o historian, "aro, perhaps, tho most un-  healthful drtnkoi'H In tho world. Thoy  drink huge quantities of rum and gin,  and this, on top of a dlot of smoked  cols, hard boiled cgo-fl, and picked  cucumbers, with much smoking, Is not  conducive to good dlgo-dlnn." l-orlinps  not���������yet the writer says tho Dutch do  bottor on It than thoy do when thoy  attempt to fight Anicrlcnn whisky.  Tho old warning, "Don't mix   your  drinks," appears from   a   perusal   of  Vc ''*", !'."������������������''���������'  '''M">'*  tn   nnnt,. tn  ^niMnnn  rtq  well nt* Individual*!. TTn cHor numerous Instances of nations ilgunttivoly  "going under tho tnblo" on forulun  drinks that could absorb unknown  quantities) of thoir homo "boozo without booomlnfffijijinleafed," ns ho pootl-  C<*>li>   "rttlt.CI*   it, jm\i   .....ji..........    u.v,  nn oxnmplo.    Thoy   swallowed   tlio  honey-poppormint   decoction   In   Immense quantities,   but   wont   nil   to J  plocos uudor mead from Now  South  .Wales,  "Berbers, In northern Afrlen, have  Ir-arnod tliia Icuto:*..'' ho writer1. "Thijr  drink groat quantities of delicious  home ma.Io win'*-, nv-lc from f-rrtpeq,  hut refuse and bocoino true IMoham-  modnns when offorod foreign drinks.  Thoy drink a mixture of sour wino  with fermented goats' milk which li  said to tasto belter than if sounds."  Knockout Drops In Africa.  Ono of tho Krx-.ti'-ol d.tuka  N'ecalie  found was among tho Uganda natives  earth, so, perhaps, everything is backward there���������at least the temperance  cranks rave about the drinking of milk  and coffee, and forbid it by law, and  the lips of any native who smokes are  cut Offi  ' The Admiralty islanders know  nothing of intoxicating drinks. The  nearest they come to them is a cocoa-  nut milk mixture, served in carved  tortoise shells, heauti'ully mounted on  trldacna shells. The contrast is furnished by the Apono tribe In French  Congo, which uses huge quantities of  palm wine. These people drink, quarrel and fight, and give huge banquets,  at which everybody "gets a beautiful  bun on." The palm wine is mado by  cutting the leaf stem3 of tho palm  trees and catching tho drippings,  which are allowed to ferment. Tho  native squeezes limo juice into the  wine, making a kind of rlcky.  "The tribes of India," writes tho  bar keep historian, "all drink." There  are 172 different drinks given In tho  British reports besides thoso Imported.  Ten Drops Means "Jag."  "Tho most deadly drink on earth  thnt ls used commonly as a beveraga  ls isltshlmlyana, usod in Natal. It is  sixty-two times as strong as any  known alcohol and ten drops means  a "jag."  "Tho Todas���������tho supposed Jews of  upper India���������drink neat brandy out of  mugs and the Samoyedos, in Siberia,  swallow brandy by half pints. Tho  Moors, whoso national drink ls tea,  mako a delicious brandy from figs and  wines from grapes and datos���������all being mildly Intoxicating. Opium Is  .Hided to some of tho drinks, Tho  natives of Now Guinea, since civilization arrived, havo learned to make  bovoragos from yams and sugar cane  and mix the sugar cano drink with a  cordial mado from tho flower like the  honoy suckle,  Tho Katos of India aro all drunkards, making an excellent palm wine,  Tho IshogoH, in -French Congo, make  a fomented drink from palm sop  nnd excellent plunialn wino, Tho  Mongols drink grapo wines and  brandy mado from fruits nnd mix  tho brandy with forniontod camels'  milk. Tho Now Caledonians, besides  thoir native wines, aro addicted to  Kroiieh drinks, especially abslntho.  Tho Moros In the Philippines drink  hlno and palm wino, Thero nro fifty*  tliroo dlfforoiit kinds of mlllot drinks  known In Africa and nil or most of  them nro mixed   with   honey,   palm  ov  Mtvifii   f(-.riffet>Inf{nr\a  '"i no host uso of drink I have  found," concludes tlio imriomk'r, "is  nf tho elousiiio, imida by thu Nlam*  Nlnms In equatorial Afrlea. This la  malted Into an Intoxlcntlng boor nnd  used to drive dovll'i and goblin* away  Di-iiitlNxed.  Said a muscular Moslem of Muscat  To his cat, "Cat, you can't catch a musk-  rat."  And when It is plain   .Ihat-a-cat-canit-obtaiiu-  ous of all his ancestors, James Graham,  Marquis of Montrose, which, regarded  as the talisman of his family, disappeared   in   France  at   Bouloj;*",   after  the   most    extraordinary   vicissitudes,  about one hundred years ago, and is believed to be hidden away at the present  moment in  some private collection of  eurios,   relics  and  bric-a-brac  In  the  United States or Canada, still inclosed  in that wonderful little steel case made  of the  blade  of  the great Montrose's  sword.    The  Marquis of  Montrose,  It  may  be  remembered,    after    fighting  bravely for King Charles I., was taken  prisoner by the forces of Parliament,  sentenced  to   death  and  executed    at  Edinburgh in 1650 under circumstances  of great indignhy.    The    body,    after  hanging   three   hours   to   the   gallows,  was quartered, in accordance with the  sentence,  the  head being set  upon    &  spike at Tolbooth, while the limbs were  dispersed In various parts of the kingdom,  tho arms  being sent  to  Dundee  and  to  Aberdeen,  where    they    were  nailed  up against  the principal    city  pates.     The  dismembered   trunk   waaj  inclosed in a "little short chest"    and  buried on the Boroughmuir, which was  the   usual   place  of' execution   and   of  burial of the worst criminals, a place  of evil reputation, little sought by day  and much shunned by night.  The  Heart   Removed.  Montrose  before  his  death  had  bequeathed   his   heart   to  his  niece    'by  marriage,  Lady  Napier,   to   whom   he  was passionately devoted.   On the night  after the execution Lady Napier caused  the trunk  to  be  dug up and  the  heart to be removed and brought to her  by trusted and devoted adherents. She  then had it embalmed and inclosed in  a little steel  case made  of the blade  of her  hero's  sword,  and  placed  the  caso in a fine gold filigree box, which  had  belonged  to  her  husband's  kinsman, John Napier, the invenfrr of the  logarithms.    Shortly before her death  Lady Napier despatched the casket to  the son of the Marquis and his  successor, who was living in exile in Hol-  In some way or other, probably  Inclusive Affection.  He loved her for herself alone.  But he would not have loved the same  Had he not known her fortune was  Deposited in her own name.  The most costly royal yacht In existence belongs to the King of Siam.  Itefliilng- It,  Jenkins-Mr. Gokling of your city ia  quite wealthy, I'm told. Did he make  all his money himself? Miss Backbay  (of Boston)-Oh. no! Most of it was a���������  er���������limbacy from his father.���������Exchange.  In a Glns-4 Ifonse.  Tom���������Didn't Grace's father call yon  down for staying so late? Dick���������No;  he didn't find it out till I was leaving.  He was just coming in as I was going  out.  THE LIME-OIL MIXTURE.  One  For  A muskrat at Muscat cat must scat  ���������Brooklyn Life,  Two of Them.  "I don't see how you could enjoy an  argument with him on tbat subject  You don't know anything about it."  "I know, but I discovered that he  knew less."���������Philadelphia Press.  honey-  That Fateful Day,  Freddie���������How long does the  moon last, lad?  Cobwlgger���������Until a fellow's wife  learns not to be afraid of him.���������Tom  Watson's Magazine.  An Intereiittna* Point,  If boauty's just akin deep  Wo must confess  We'd like to know the depth  Of ugUnei*.  ���������Philadelphia Press.  Point of Vlevr.  Edyth���������I understand your fiance ls a  man of no family.  Mayine���������Well, that's better than  marrying a widower with ten children,  ���������"-Chicago News.  In the Car,  Pretty Spring has entered;  Standing- now li she.  Winter roads hlo paper,  Feigning not to see.  -New fork Times,  The Cruel Friend,  The Widow-Qh, I wish Jack wart  .till a! I vol  Tha Frlond-Can't you let ths poor  follow rest In poaco ?���������Tarrytown (N. Y.)  News.  That's the Thing,  "A word to tha wise is sufficient"  Is a saying we've frequently nitre*  Out what we need now li a mentor  To tell us Just what li that word.  -Philadelphia Ledger.  Ihnttlnsr Him Off,  Touchly-I say, old man, I've got *  food short story to toll you,  Wlserly-Novor mind about It. I'm  <bort myself today,-Dotrolt Trlbunt,  Wo Auk Too Mnen,  We're most exacting cadi, ws men���������  An Inconsistent crow.  We tske a fellow's word and then  JExpevi be'II keep It too.  -Baltimore News.  ��������� t    *-.**'-    W i*������-  French explorer one quart of olcuslno  and can guarantee It to sorvo the pUr-  pOSO.  Aftfin-intotf  T"n������������.  Him���������Miss Powdorlv certainly has a  torely frosh complexion.  Hor���������No wondor, Her father owm  three drug stores.���������Boston Herald,  The Hm-lnn* rionnft  "fnlco.  Boms people write nulti merrllf  About tho prices hlrrh  Upon iprlnu hats, which, verily,  They do not have to buy.  -Chlcaso Trlbuns.  8elf-Protectlrio Plants.  Plants protect themselves much the' ���������������l������*������*������ ��������������������� Wont, i������t*t still Hope*  f*n*\it* in* liiyei-iH. nun of ih������ uw*- nf, "Do you expect to mo\* th!������ spring!"  tho movemonts of tho sensitive plant! "I sipect to, yes, but hope my wlfs)  in iu i'iis;iii������-u iuu..i,(l���������. A wijLac-,' may doeitls to grant me tt mptlsvs."���������  somo, browalns fivnturo romltjB near. Chicago Iteoord-Horald.  land  through robbery, the heart was lost,  and all hope of recovering it had long  i~"7eErn~giTen^pr"Whxrn~a���������frfeTrd-ot~the-  Graham family recognized the gold filigree box inclosing the steel case in a  curiosity shop in The Hague. He purchased the relic at once and returned  it, not to Lord Montrose, but to Lord  Napier.  Stolen In India.  On the death of the fifth Lord Napier it passed into the keeping of his  only surviving daughter, Hester, afterward Mrs. Johnston, whose husband  was a commodore of the Royal navy.  While on a voyage out to India with  his wife and her possessions on board  tho commodore's ship became engaged  In a fight with a French man-of-war,  and during the course of the encounter  a splinter struck the, casket, shattering  the gold filigree box containing tho  heart, but fortunately leaving the steel  casket intact. In India Mrs. Johnston  caused a clover goldsmith to construct  a gold filigree box In tho place of the  one destroyed, and this in turn was  placed in a silver urn, on tho outside of  which was engraved In two native dialects a short account of Montrose's  lifo and death. Tho urn soon camo  to bo regarded by tho natives as something uncanny, and the report spread  that it was a talisman. Boforo long  tho urn and Its contents wero stolen  and for a long time could not bo traced, Ultimately evidence was procured  tending to show that the relic had been  sold for n largo sum of money to a  powerful chief In tho neighborhood of  Madura,  In Return For s Life.  Tears wont by, and ono day Mrs.  Johnston's son happened whllo out  shooting to Have tho llfo of tho child  of this Madura chief from death by  laying; low a tiger with a timely bullet  just as It was about to spring. Tho  chief, In truo Oriental fashion, offend  to glvo young JohmHon anything he  might chooso to ai-k, and Johnston  naturally availed himself of tho opportunity to beg for tho restoration  of tho urn containing the heart of  Montrose. Tho chief readily compiled  with his request, and, It may bo added, wan later on put to death by tho  English for rebellion ngalnut tho Nabob of Arcoi, after having In vain  sought Immunity by relating his surrender of tins Montrose relic. The  Johnston family returned to Europe In  I7'.������'j, and, pastdng through Franco on  llnir wny to EiiKlntid, were urrusied  by tho revolutionary Government! nt  Boulogne-, not before*, however, they  had time to lntru.it the silver urn, with  It.i Inclostires, lo an Engll.ihwomnn  living there, who proml*it-d to keep li  Vtdi'.-ni   until   If   pnnl.l   .���������'ifVIt,  tin   rrmv ,v.  ed to London. Unfortunately the woman in iim-tutim dtt-d noon nturwtuu,  and tho Johnwion family, cm the r> ���������-  tora'km of fnee, w������t-, tmrtbl* te> lit d  any truco of tho silver urn and of tne  heart  of the   Newer   Preparations  Spraying the San Jose Scale.  A mixture which I have  not used,  but which is highly recommended by  Professor C. P. Close, horticulturist to  the Delaware station, is a combination  of kerosene and "limoid."    Limoid is  a finely  ground,   "carefully hydrated,  pure   magnesium   lime,"    very    light,  without grit and smooth to the touch.  It seems to absorb and combine with  kerosene into an even, thin paste.   Tho  directions are: Pour the kerosene into  a barrel, and for each gallon stir in  four pounds  of limoid,    keeping    tho  mixture in motion until it forms a thin,  sloppy mass.   In case a little kerosene  separates  out sprinkle  a  little    mora  limoid to absorb it.    To this add water in quantity equal to the kerosene,  stir it vigorously to get it well mixed,  then add as much water as ls needed  to obtain the  desired, percentage and  pump the mixture back into itself to  form a thorough emulsion.   "It is then  a smooth mixture which flows'as freely as water through a vermorel or other nozzle provided it is well agitated  and no "foreign matter gets in."  Thiskerosene-limoid, reduced so that  it contained 20 and 25 per cent, kerosene, ha*' been used effectively against  TdoYmaW'Sc'aTes iirnslarcll and early  April without injury to, trees of any  kind. It has been used, reduced to 10  per cent, kerosene, as a summer wash,  which killed "all crawling young ones,  a few old ones and a very largo proportion of intermediate sizes." Crude  oil cannot be used, as it forms sticky  clots when water is added to the limoid  combination.  To the summer wash containing 10  per cent, kerosene one quart of rosin  soap in twenty-five gallons of mixture  added greatly to Its effectivenes*. Rosin soap is mado by dissolving five  ounces of rosin In ono quart of kerosene and one ounce of hard soap in one  quart of water. Combine the twoo mixtures and churn with a pump about  five minutes until a smooth white  emulsion ls formed. The kerosene and  rosin and soap and water solutions  can be made up as stock and combined  as needed.  This mixture ls worth a careful trial.  It ls much cheaper than tho soluble  oils, and In my opinion tho oils aro the  most reliable of all tho Bcnlo killers.  They get through or under even the  most resistant forms and pentrate  Into crovlcos and through pubescence  that bars all other substances. Nothing other than oil will reach the Insects  which dovelop at tho tips of the twigs  and got upon tho young apple and pear  fruit, and It li claimed for the 10 por  cent korosono limoid and rosin mixture  that it will cure just that condition;  which so directly nffooli tho value of  the crop.���������Dr. John B, Smith, New Jor-  sej-.  LAYERING THE VINE.  Ons of the Easiest Wsyi of Multiply*  Ing Some of the Woody Plants.  There ls hardly any onn whose homo  domain la so small that ho may not at  least sit under his own vino, not to  mention the fig ireo, which is by no  mosns sn impossibility even at the  north,   Tho ilmploit way to Install a  It ls pfraid to touch a plant which sol  evidently In occupied by spirits. Tho  squirting cucumber of tbo Mediterranean alarms goats nnd cattle by ���������!!*���������  chare-Ins; Its ripo fruits oxple-slvcly in  their faces tbe moment the item 1s!  Cans* For CrnlKode,  tton't brood upon your troubles,  Bat think of those y-vj've ml"  my net being Kurcpdilrln  ������r ��������� Russian noveiut   r  Tho search wan taken up by tho late  Duke of M������intro.f(*, nnd lias been pro-  m-cuti'd with a good deal of vIk"������" by  the pi-.-m.-nt Duke, evi-ry.hlng tending l">  tiliow that the telle Iwh found ItH way  to this country. It N jm.-t-iblc that  thr> '-.'!<*<*���������- o'-'t '">���������* f������.-.-rt 'H"jvw.{ ft  M-parut'-ly;  but titer, can bo no ml*-  !'i!;i. ������))ii,i!*- ||j|. )!'!).. ������if,./.| e\i'.-et /���������,���������.���������*  about U,e f.'.i.-r <��������� .;., '.;. t of Indian pi W  Tho pr*--*ent nuk** of Me-ntroH������ would  !'   give a larrfe r; in lo re-cover the txh,-,  which baa  fiiot-ih. d  iho    UK-mo    f"t  Komo of the int. t i-eh-brated   noveli,  t uud Bhoul.1 he not ho abl* to furiii--b  ythe. full amount  r- 't������:fr-dt httnav.tr   f-r  he Is not rich on Uukcs Bo���������4h.vro Is  1.4YKR or oiurs v*:*R rucni NEW GROWTH.  \lue Ot   * Cv,'rt-   V������l.<..������ vi   tin    M-il'e  ������-   t\J  get them from a good local ���������ii-j-.ery-  mnn. But iny that yon h<.'-.> nn ;o������eom-  rnodattng neighbor with good fruit or  that you alre-ody have a niee vIt*.* your-  ������flf riTol Wfint in rif/v  ��������������������������� '���������   ������':   >     r .-,.  fow things easier. I-ayrlng la on-* nf  the simplest of horilf-iltur.l operations. Its story In tf>!d ������o plainly by  the accompanying nm.* ;���������!:��������� t< h that, explanation Is fllmo.it una .-e.-t-ary.  Ltyerlng ihould bo d<*n-** In early  spring! A cane or shoof rf tho r r-\ lfn-  year's Growth c.r wood U Mr. idted  along the jp-ound nnd huri.-d tli'vim-h-  out He entlrs length in a t\;���������.''..������  trench or it may bo covered In c.itmn  places, leaving th������ r'tinltilnu jortl-.r*  expoied. Roots will b.t put forth at in  tervals and branches thrown tip. hnur  th* vllis msy b������ cut Vtwm������ th***f  brtnehei, leaving n nomb*r cf fjid>j������  {(anient Plants. !Sl$&_3&!|iSSS^^ j ^^^^^^^^'^^^s^^sssis^  ������ ip  hi  -'���������S-il-tJ/  1)  g  LT'-UI  V7Tvl  ppnmq I  _������������������������������*mm>*i���������-��������� j^fc^���������wjwu**---! >-iT-tv-f>-h       i-tiii(WfW������.>-wi nntfuittna       *trT������-^*-M*j(*ii*������ii-w****������������*-������--������-^w������*^������������a  ������������������* *������i****i-i������ pw���������*���������!ii���������rnanint wwwhw-jwear     ^umrgMt^h������nawi>am������s *m������ mwif       N0���������4   imnnwiiiireii ne - - -nimr  P ,. 1 ||QU'.LL not    have  an |  ���������|| j |  t| other wore! to   say    re  % ! i ' 1-J R'ardincr the   time ~ vftur  ^  : ftooots last "i!   the next  pair  I. j *you buv are  M | |f      I In-, 'ootwear is   endinol  *'��������� i vi ,< .    ���������* v        -     ^  ������   i "frre nn>unKM!t    ht eastern-y  vi  i y ������������������ a-Jt:    bvV)is     every     ci;sy.^  K* ' -s .' hc'V ;tre stricilv    we:;!crn if  tv   i   y .      t i i        ���������   i������  t&f  I'Sii.aue !.)y men   -wno   .Km-Wifi  ������ i '1* i- ��������� IS  ������H : U vvosu-ru coiiuition.s ��������� iromf-  n \ v.ars of experience. 'in<:!&  S i i������*  a manufacture boots to meet  r\>   ��������� W  $ ; w these conditions.  tj  ' l\     -w ���������      ��������� ��������� ���������        r  *$���������  j y     Yotr size is  waning  lor!  ll- 1 1 V'ou .at your dealer's  0    ! k ���������  t\ *    ���������    *  _���������"!*'   I  p *f    T "*���������*? ft "fTTlil       ft "T j "i   j  l3#f^-������89^^ !  ft0'   aJ-!-'���������*-**-���������" *     ^-"5   ^'"'m  ^���������wil! &a4 -flLi  IlfJ  SATURDAY,   July-2and.  "DOIS T VMIISS IT  HUNDREDS 0! BUMS'!  No Better Lager Brewed In America.  The Oldest EfUnhlisliPd Brewer)* in British Columbia,  offices    Victoria \?>. Q.  -jti iiii"wirnii wnrn -������ii**riiTsi*ss������r.Mssfiii-*  yal Baijk of Carjada  Capital (paid up) $3,000,000  Reserve Fund "   .3,000,000  Undivided Profits,     302 743  T. E. KENNY; I'himiuicxt. k. L. PEASU, (Jkneual Manaob-  Schoolmaster Bale i* afraid to in  'Volve himself in a political cot-tro-  ���������versy to 1 o.s 1 g as he' ia paid-by ihe  .city to own aud manage a p tper.  If one-word from hi*? so culled Liberal -sheet'would have paved Ailkea  he dared not say it. Mr Fate has  iplaced him-eli in a rather curious  position. He nai?t not allow hiru-  ���������eelf liberty of speech when politico  ���������are concerned, but wou d he be  averse to receiving a little Liberal  gob printhi" if it were offered him  iOr would that betray him?  Cook's .Cottoa Roof- -Compound.  Tlio/Hily safe effectual monthly  ~o-  ���������SUCCESSFUL   CANDIDATES  -It-imisl be extremely -gratifying  to the parents of th;- children who  passed the Senior and Junior grade  teachers examinations in such a  highly satisfactory manner. Stjver  al who made a reuiarkably higit  ipercentag������ having had but one term  ���������under Mr Simpson'-- tuition. The  gold medal presi*n:ed by Mr E.  .Shortwill be awarded to Master W  Harrison, head of tlie Senior grade,  while Master Jim Grant will ho tno  possessor-of the silver medal to be  igiven.by Mr Stoddart.  Victoria, 29th���������The result of tlu-<  Teachers Examination are now  .available.  Complete result)-; for Cumbcr'nr.d  cen re, Intermediate  grade,   maximum marks  l,oOt):���������Wm.   II ,n'i-  i������on, 9fitt;   Ethel Short, 915;   Kath-  rine MeArdie 8uB; Mau-.e Carts Mian, 848; Krnnfi'" Smttii, T!.)0,  iNuiuhiM" nf Citadiii.r-e.-j 0 p.i^.-'ed   5.  Junior Crude,   Maximim- mark������,  44')l): ��������� J a-, (ir-i*.*, !-:9;i;    Vinn Me-  Konm; 8.50; Ruby ������lmrt,S-i������; Chau  ���������Praith, 827:   Hiirpur   Nixon,   Sl.S;  Ehie Collin, 778-;   Ethel  Abr.ims  778; Eihel Dowdnll, 719,  JST umber of Candida ion I) pasoed 8.  Telegraphic     News  MANUFACTURERS  a  li&MM^i ���������*���������<M per box; No. 2, 10 rio-  Vfi;iVv- \ Kreea sfcronuor for Special  S^r*        Zf   Cpsi-s, ,?3 pnr box.  Sold hy oil  druggists. Ask for Cook's Cotton Koot. Compound; tako no  substitute.  Ths Cook Medicine Co.,      Windsor, Ontario.  , 1    VANCO-UV������K B.C.  1 t\  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  .���������Savings Bank Department t���������DepoHtts of $1 and npivar,/s received,-   Iaterest al-  lo.vori m currti it rates, coinpouiuled twioo each yoar ou 30ch Juue aud 31st December.  Drafts ou all ptmita bought and sold.  A. W. HYNDMAN,.Manager..  QFPTOK HOURS   10 to 3;    Saturday  10 to J2; open   Pay Nights 7 p.m. to 9.pm  iHieaA^vtTmaetamevit'tamtxxiK iiniiWi Mtr������mw-rer**WM7������tit-*wr-a(M*_^^ '^     ���������     ' -    GO  TO  ������ H. A, BILLON.  .LICENCED  AUCTIONEER   and  VALUATOR.  itS'ALL ORDEUcj PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.  CUMBERLAND  B. 0.  irwriiiiriiwrrrrTriratPirTtwrsrHiniai-nrrw if  oaj-turtid in d-'.sperafe lighting  "TV77*hrrnxiTni"n^rJnr^ltT^  Tiitj:,itu!-6ian i"!.reiigth w.-.**- '),00ii in-.  fan fry while our column? were 2; 000  ptrong. The cty vva.*> oapiiuoi; after a di'f-pera e battluiti whicli hayn  i.et-" were usod. At 3 p m our  iio-py ru^hod into tne���������io������,ii.cinfus ���������  ed sireul fi<"biih������ Vtniuicd until y in  the mornii.'", the eiuitny fird m disorder. Thu whole of ISakhuJiyu istl  is now subdued.  Thc ChineiO Cemotery prcsenie  (jUl.t! a ll'lin appoaraiicti isi.io'" tne  LMW leuuo was luiiR and paiiilcu.  1 uv liiuinifi oi 1 In..- tk'jiariou .������i_iuw  oi![.'..,'i;i:a in cluar.iig tliu unUeruui-ili  iiii'i;' autl na\ u aiMi nut'!!, a paf.j,o.u������,  vv  piauorui.  |!'S     To every rmn, ami woman tno, |,^  kj who is stri-ggling n]ong aj-iiii.at ad- lis  #tJ  veraity, sUivins* to -inthe  the l>e������^ {fS  ������j|   < f an (tooongi-iiial position   a cl a **--  ill   P'������t halar; , 1! 0 Iih> ruii.iojinl t'or������  m  rpspondctitiit >S-.hoolf", tho st*-*n������Iii 54  M and tu-iHiA'cmttiiW   of   which '.'ire Wj  k^ !-rtowii it 11. I ortori"-���������'(! every \vV:..'rf, O  |ff ''iij-ilccs tiib ������������������<&���������::��������� li vou w'll v^ii ������f  g*-/   c.ttc by a marl*   lt'<o   this   X   on Jaj  "M   the ''i-tirwr bflov, which  00c :-)a- W&  $$ von -it 1 .'for. -hot   0.   S.   vi'l   fi-i. M  %\ its own txpouue ai:d,"without pM  |?1 oblujaiO'i on. your par , .-how m.  **   ymi ho.'- i'   !    not   only |iommMc, M  f"1  hm iiet.r.])   ri'.y for you   1.0 ou ��������� If  lur tbat iii-o.^ii*' 'on, mi' as a poor- |;v  m,  lv f'lid  ftp .iv'; i<;c>���������   hue  vll.lt  all tV  M  vim   rprtlilii'iifioiiH    .���������HMi'Minry   to ;S]  P|  ouiiiH.-.'i'l ,v c Ii.'al������ry. " ra  h4    IJ.ivcvnip'ioiiohcuriosity _;*/  v..j  ������,.������ mooiiw. ..u.u a   pa-.;o,ta   1  U . "nT)W? J |*_  ii'A-  imie w.t.s lorn.urly a  rougn !. f| llJ ,l"v 1]l'" r  r.  1  The TAILOR  for your next Suit o( cloches.   Look   at these Prices   Pants   $3.00 np  Suit?   $13.00 up  Overcoats $12.50 up  }    T t*tJ,-_>1������B  *U4U  IS   _S-.t_X_ .'"WTE   ASS  JUST a chanr-i'  0 ehow you tliat'  J     we a1 *���������;,<���������;}",- ,-i- -ase our ouslomera  by supplying them'wiih ihe BEST  Style,   Fit and Workmanship 1 iV,hATS    at   the   low������n   market  Guaranteed. ! Vn���������'    A ,"'jili ^^-i<i convince  m  DAVIS   BLOCK.  .Nii> ,Ai������:c Avouald wari tho v/iunor  ������.)f t*l'.' . i.KJi- j   tit ivOi- iJ'i '. l.-luil UJi iil..'o  j)UI' .'.' U Vi,- I ������������������ lo I I'I.' (;.i>   O. U.v.jtKi-jl vlol'l  'I'no tUittV'.i0 .A.",'.1. 4,i.'i..i- !'���������, ino   Oul'*  nor Car'n -'DiOi\, ,11 (j p a,    1 ..oecuty.  .Mr It. .Short lea vet' ihis niorinng  to j in ind I'liini y in Viiiioouvui".  Ik is> willi frincwo ifyiiit that his  hoals oi mends bid J^i.n laiUWell.  Mr ft hurt inth buou an honoured,  and hi^.ily lu.-peeieil eiuzeii ui  Cunibe.t'luii.1 lur ui.ocu you ������ and ib  now l-etil'lii}* I'm in rtCuVu biiBineriw  iilu iOt.-lij.iy it Wt-li ile.ft;i'Ved ro'dt.  Intornalioritd Correspon/Jence|  ���������!      Srhiols, Scranton Pa.  Bor. {349  Victoria, I!. 0.  tl)o Ycu Wsrntz  ! A PIANO?.!  Y ^.ffi������rs**or������:������tew������������������._._ ^  t    We Can Save    i \ omryw-uiuro^r ���������   . ���������  -*'������������������* T-       a/       & ! n--'''"vv'' "���������' ,v':,! !"lg'iu {iu> J* fl������y*������  X ivionev  ror  You ���������*> i f."''^^"-^....^..^,t-^a-,1,.(.������v.. ^  T **    j  n-.Vi.nt -.Hii-.-jf.-tl-iiuii't, it-sii'i.-'nOo I'lt-Uini)  you  "^ U   C      r*S *  T* \r  W. W. HTcKAY, Proprietor. ���������  K3rra,-*i'������^\ww***e,io^  Jn.st receivtd ih G. H. TarlM-irti -4  flno ass ii'tmeiu  of   now  lYtw   for  trout h���������,'-ri"-.  A Gua^nteeJ  J j*j f j *   Piles.  Itcliiit-i    '.iiV 1!,   lituutl -.���������,��������� or   Prntii'i-ing  PiIi-h,     biiyyibts rorniiji nioacy ii PA2������;|-  ���������Jt)  ���������}>  ^ T-n-|   ,^,    i  a|u| j, n. ., ,,e ,orvv;U(i,^ |K):st.lJlU(|  j     j^'j  it uMiTOir f s'-' "*"  ���������6> <'.  iFletcher JLfrosi  i>  $     93 GOVT   STREET     |  Ifloioria,  B, Or <>  -O-������������������  Wo arc in reeipt of a noat and in-  Htnu-tive pii,ni|ili! t  n-eued   by  o;-  Nannimn, 31 nt���������E.vnrjximil ions  for Mino Miinn./;tirs cenilie.'iuv held  nt F'TnifljCnmberliiridiviul Naniiiiiiu  on July 20'h re.sulix ol* whi, h havu  ���������jiHt ho.cn iiiadti known. ii(iiilo>\iiijj;  ������M (,ucc������--Hful cantliduteK,  Alex   Shaw,  Kx'eiiHinn;   Win   ,   . ,,-,.���������..,���������  Jonpj.. ivi.dv,miii.;.fa^. Finhiy^o.,, ! < ]f ������' ' :,,,,, (" *\u"> ������!^'J:'"i"K  E.-rni." J. H. Wvii", |.'Vri,i,.; tiuv. Lhu Jjanl1 ''"-l'"^ ������������������'���������'��������� ll ;������'"������  Il.,ed, Norlhlield: Jln-.-li Cilfepi., I ">���������������!������ ,n������-..iu il.nl |,u 1 ol-h ���������en,i,i;y  Ctuub.-rh.nd; A. H-rninv,   Ken'i,,. : lJlu" "^'"'f ^'������ ',"'V, km, he���������r.r  mm.:, 1 /M,. I      l^rnm lh- Imiiihjio.i Aii'cictil'uriil  ; 11, r l t> 1.1 ,-, 1   ..  A.  Wiinle.  Fcniie;   10.   Hrvrlyn, ,���������,,,.,,,,.  IT.'   .,,,;        r    m    ���������      ,      1.1        ���������    .   r    ,"..n,       I    I,      i i ���������  I' .1 .' I."  1'otll 11 V   Mis  I  J'ernle, .), M'lr^aii, J1 ��������� i iih-; J. v.i;-|i-   |    '  by.  Eomio; T   MttiiiiHiiie,  Kcruic; j ,,  ! -^���������l.itii.uu'iiL al.-o ���������i'c bu<lti,),,;���������(   i\o,  ���������;',     N' < >  w. ''' ���������:'ii::'" i*' ul?it L)u-i<., and *N;j,  C. Cathpod. J-'endt.-; Jului   ij.hljc,  ("tltvtlm, |,i,.,l i  .... i I ,i   :t: ,;t  r.f !  i-UJ.I \'  ���������ah, v..in.i.'->le lio'ij.;.  i:nt|    ii'iiiii    ;i,r  1\.) '..    !    .        . ' I    I'r'OV    A".   D ".I        l^tU-lin   ll'n.'i -I,.. I  tUu*������������ -'1k  '-*1 ^icwuu oi   tun  .inn , , . ,  pftltBSH ttfiny  isui.w    Ui:.rr,'iiU';   oi '      '! ,:'' Vi''"'��������� ������- v.l-v el !  Iij(* tiuUT j..-i ;.'iic.t,n,,i'j of   V"4a:i.i ���������."<���������  tin  a <k  ��������� t . u        ,i;iy  Will iiik'������ st������',ps   io  with (niim-rtii a'lii  ��������� ii1- liiv:is,.ir, <.\- :hch(. j'l'cit- ������������������-.���������.  V   "'   '    ���������''"',-   A->-    l-'v'lV l"l������   ������:���������  i ��������� i. i .  i  ��������� ���������    to.;  i    . ��������� ;o    .(,.(���������  l; ���������  1:..  ;"    t  i. j .  IMI'.'v I',  'loklO,    i Ht       1.4.    .l,-ip,,:-..;.    i,:iv,.  Cipt'i'i"! th-' ���������>:;?;������������������     '  '      !.-..���������   t  hili-  V:  I  I'   ��������� '���������'.   .  oi   cm  !i  a.!    ,i  t- I'a v.\. lug . ni- iii.*- iati.������  4'iUl.     <><vr I'O'I A������')i'   1 ilif.i :.���������  r>0'  ������'v,,,y' ���������;"������',s i���������'!-.... i 'vt,c'������- ,������������������ ,ni-  l"'-'"'  '      ���������������������������".   i- .o  .. :1. .ui-: J.ir,_. -:j  ���������_*vn ��������� ...  i'li'ftiio tixiilniti, wi*bom  furfitur   ntili}* j|  lion in: my pur-,   how 1 cm  qini.il*,'    u  fi.ir-u I'.ii'p/ir n\l^v> in  tin-.  i">*i.        M  tiiui l'nfoi-1! which   I   havu  iiiiiil'f-d X    :    :    :    :  liiX'kUoopor Tclopliuiii' KuiMi-npi  S oii'i^iayliiir Klin.)   l/_h,-'i* .**Mi|)t  Ail, Writer Moohau.    Knyinoi.i  Show cant -tvrihir Sm vi yor  Window Tiim'r, S'.i^i'Hi'y l'l'ij-iiii-ei  Mueli, DiauKlitii'si       < 'iy.il    K ij(iiu.:i." |  Di'i.itiii, UuBij^ucr Buililiiij- iJo.iU'au'i ]  lllii'iiratnr Arohiiou'l Dra'iiiiin  Civil '���������'I'l'vici' Ain'.ili'iit  Chciiimt Sj'iitit'l. K'nj'iKHir  'IVylilij Mill .Stipt l!rt.l_u Hiigiiictn  K citrii'iat* Knrmii'tti   I'IhhiIk'i  KUio. K- (jtiimor       Mini'i-"   Knfiimiei.  *<   Mill!   W'-'Y   *4" "'.' U' '' Jl       Tl:r llr Ot. h'.>,(,l!,;}>. /,', .m;ht.  jft\-\i f-V -"*/   A tio.if We euro for nllfortu-i c<  ' '-I.;'-, -,'.va������ Imkiii-i ,.\Vi.thii.v,.:i, l.tuauil; ml  juV.i'i. i-,i.i aj ir.u Hriiiii V', 0' i"/, J-'nwHionn, >>;,('''���������  v.-,'.'.���������/���������.",/(,' i, //������,in'i''ir//. I'-.'l'ci.tij tif Ai.nso or  ;, ... ; ll iii vlili'h li.i .1 n*. Ctinsuiiiiiilon,  '.-" ' .'I; , I'.'it'!* ���������; nn.t nil c.'rlv : Hi.vi; I't-lt'i  ".' ii- i- |ii.-"., :,lr;''oVr.'i.   dim will plniu.i.", i--.K nvJII  c.     ���������     .   ,!,( |,y   it (it'll;   !.'-,"* <"' In."ll< it ill {il.ii'lt  .-.;��������� ������������������1tiji-<-Vvi)itiil'!.-i'ii'U. Wrii!!ii>'|i*i'iti->lii':t.  < 'II A Ni < r, t')i'" Hi m"*'i ,s j:.^ni.  TO <,'*:������ovt   it   MAY  ."OYriMM.  .v, .,ri'..i, of CiHii'i" i,i, t', ('tr*  ;i i  :   t.-i.   !)������������������   ������������������������������������Il.l-.l    by   A   !������.'   ir'    l!."!l  'l   r':li..'i:    I.,: liill���������''   ll. ���������     j     will  ,  <," -���������>'���������!���������> ihito.     Tlmnki"-' a il  .'���������   .- li"' . t'A'.v kind   p.-!i"'taf i!  .,,; u.y .....v n: ('"!!'  .;  A. hit \s.  ':..���������������������������>������* t! c. Ju'v vsti,��������� iw,v  (HA*������'���������*;-  ltl-4.i������ir������'-4Si(i-Mr������-|   0h^Mrnr������i|HW1|WI(Ml4Mun.^|Jb������'SrVI������^  CU.VlSERLAND  Meat market  ���������������������������������  Choicest Meats  Suiiplitnl ut Ijtiwest Murk ot Priws  ForKalsomlning. 'Paper-hanging i Vegetables  Gb-zins   and    Pamtinp.      Soe '  RiCH'D. McGregor,  Cumberland Hotel.  ft ������*mmryrm ������������������ ��������� ewumeux-jetm** ms-vtarpsssw wsus-Biwi-ri'-Bii jsibm itussty-f  TO CWtE A 00LD IN ONE DAY  T.tlt LAX'ATIVK HHOMOAJUININK Tul������-  It'fH     All flni/.:'.'i-������*.i riifiiml tun iii.iiihv if it  lnil< to ont'd,       K. W, (Ii-iivii'h Hifjiiatiiri* iu  rm fliioli lir>"c,   '.'do,  lloiisc Linini* and    Wall    Paper-  at  Cheap Julia's.  A   (in-lit Variety will   always be  iu stock j   ttluo u flupply of  Fresh Fish  will Im on Sale ovtiry Wodnflnday  ��������� -o������������������  Your patronngH is cdrdiiilly iuvited; and  all orders will lie promptly dolivorud.  J. McPhee'& Son  l-KOl-KIKTOKS.  !  ��������� ...I.  W���������1���������������W������KU������MUa'.IIHMI,  ^ArVwVV������AVVV*i>Vi^*>A<V^^ ^^*w^AAAA*MtAA>\^^A^VS  n ,Os������j?v-;i?!ii^",r  ^j *- 9  M^Vr'-tmur 'ikw--i;'  Fashionable  riT"       f  GI  I'm.'"   c*j���������< n< 1   i'"i the.  WHITNIVV    J-1LO.CK  A  Full Li'iu (*.|. i/tf.t-:-",!. Ufifv!': to choose Irom  Ji*>H"������w Yw<r  fhuh'TH*  * >������������#^.,������m* *. p������,l -.������. ,..* * . ..... im.#m-,*.n  DniK.;vUii,  Ci.-Tibrrfancf, B C-  Vi^V^^-^A^V-t^W^AMAA^-iAA^^M^-M^^^^^WMMW^W


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