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 mamaaaaamammaa  TWELFTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND.   B. C, FRIDAY        JULY 14, 1905  ������I"������W������������1W*������"������^  AT THE BIG STORE  I2SI  We are now clearing up all our Summer Blouses,  to effect this we are allowing 25 0/0 Discount.  Don't Miss Tlris Opportunity.  Childrens  and Misses  Straw Hats, at Greatly re-  '  duced prices.  3 doz Ladies Fancy Cotton Wrappers, Special values, $1 25.150. 1 75 each.  Ladies white and colored Duck Skirts, $2 50, $3 00 ea  Summer Corsets, All sizes, 75c each  Childrens Pinafores and Ready-to-wear Dresses  20   per cent discount on All White Wear.  ^iffift6  \s^^xr^iu^^^l^^>'  (3  Nicnolies ol Ke  9 *-*���������������  61 YATES STREET^ ViOTOHI-A, B: C.  " Juct received largo eh'ipment of  ~t\ X IHL-O IsT   .A. C3r3������J  ^.Wl1 ; __   ������.  7^3-S  CULTIVATORS,   SKl'TD PRILLS,   WHliEJ. HOKSf Etc.  VKDV  LATBST  JMI'HOVBMIWTA ,; ...  Cull mill soi' I hum or wri't) fur uiittihi-jue-* and priiws.'  Telephone 83, Solo Agents for B.O. PO. Drawer 503  iii nil  1      IH   ���������llfc^J'W"-:*iiiii.ihi:I!IIII! III! it sill  .:?.^si'JHLlUlWr-'-T'r"':'.'!-'.''"*"'"'*'.*j:.,t-''- i< !i i'Mf  mmm   I    liii i!!j!i!ij! !i i tilt I  j  ���������wi.'Taiiiijiiitiii.-iiiii.'iiiiiii^iitiiiiiiTiiiiiialriil:  isi!)! iiiiiiitf iiitfjiiijiiiiw  iijiiii  mm  iiiiilill  who notds a now'     t  FhOOR  ���������thnt Will L������rik Cohv��������� ���������  --Wear 'Well���������  "������������������and No con Too,Much������������������  J-^'ANklSB    RUGS  in Orient il Designs just iknu t'i these rccjiiirnmunls perfectly.--WE HAVK  OPKNKD OU I' A CIIOICK COLLKCTKiN nf RUGj ..nnd SQUARKS  in Plca>ing Patterns ami Color Combinaiions.  - -Here are the 8'zes and Prices -  30 x 60 in, Sa.oo each.  "���������ft x 9ft,     $4.0.1 fij.rlv  18 x 16 m,   7?c each, 24x48111, $1.25 eaclv  36 \ 72 in. $2 511 e;**-'"' -ift n 7fi, $4,00 c.ich.  3ftxiaft,  $6 00ench. I 3ft x 15ft, $7.110each, j ���������'���������ft x 9ft,    $8,00 each.  7I1 ft in x 9ft, $10 each ! gft K yft, $13.00 each j 9ft x '-"i $16.00 ������nrl������.  ���������������*/. a ,���������:.,:.': i....v. ; ,���������-..,-;���������. c.^-,.,,:, J '*v ���������:".. ������-:������'*''������������������������������������>���������  Bend nl^ng vhcHizc vou wnnl   while the choice is good.  Probably nothing i' m'-reni-mi-ii"  tory than Rood reliable ioml prod  ucti. The fnm*r " an nlivuyt" w.>nts  thu best. Partirubir |wo|ilt- find  perleel MtirfftOti'm in buying ti eir  groceries At tbe Ui& t������u*w.  VICIORIVOC  . FOR   SAMi"-Uu.\bo������:,   CliuWr  ! Imi���������������,    i:i unit  keel,   l mot beam,  evil re hoard, imir our*- iind pail, all  in tii-ucla-M umdri-'n:    Prbel'W*  Ap|������������y������ li- i>UNCAN, Union Bay.  Mixvd Piiuti* ��������� nly 10c und 12-Jc  pr tin. At tUc &* Sun't, 'ucicau  up odd lines.  Local  and Personal  Our RIO SHOE SALE -Ail) 'be  continued for two more week*- 20  per rent'off Embrace the elm nee.  Napier & Part lid ye.  Yexiirdav evening the pupils of the Hiph  jSch'-nl entertiiliicd their late Master Mr IJ  II Si-vpson on the eve of his deyari lire from  Cmn'ierland On behalf of th������pch*>lnr������ Miss  McKenzie ptei-eii*ed him with a dressing  cane iv-a token of thiir de*������p r*������*ard and  friendship Mr Simpson made a brief and  afflicting reply ie till pr������r-oiit Tlie rest of  tlie evening was aooot in dancing which was  kept up until a la-e hour Icecream and  cake Wis served dnriim ��������� the intermission  The hall was beautifully deoorated with  flies and flowers Ahuut one hundred  yeui'g follcH were the guests a number coming from 0'inox Mr Simpson's resignation  has been ruceived with regret, as he has  been,a pains t-iW'Qji and vi ry popular member of the teaching staff iri Cumberland  Ladies Summer Underwear, in  Silk Lisle, BaThriggan and fancy  cotton Large assortment At the Big  Store.  Dr Poole, the Dominion Gov*  Geologist, arrived last Wedne.-dav  and ii* regislered at the Cuniberiar.d  He will make a report on the Coal  fields of Vancouver's Island Tin-  Doctor has met many old Nova  Scotian' fjiends while here, he at  one time being a colliery manager  in ihat Country.  New Spuds 10 lb for 25 cents  Napier & Partridge.  Mi.-s R. AnderFon of Victoria ao*  -co 111 pained  by her  niece  Miss  B  Gaudin is visijing Mrs Harvey  al  Sandwick.  Mrs Alex Meilado who -it-sided  ivre some years ago is a guest oi  Mrs B. Meilado and family.  _T_E A Tojnlroduce our Ceylon Te-i  ������t 85 cents per lb, whilst notice ap  pears in Cumberland News,   it will  bo sold' fur 25 cents  lb.   Napier &  Pr.rtriii'je. . .  A sou wns born to Mr and Mr-' Pi.  Grant on Friday last  T. E. P>aie has jnst received  I   ton  of  ���������Wall Paper. .  Bush fires, are ruging al. Litth  River, in the old liiy;.:in;* no'k ngs  Culsimo, the best saviitiirv wnli  nnifli, in ul shades, fur sale hv C.  H. TarUll.  T: e h\\ih wind Stindny carried  the fire from the Blub pi,e in :he  Bwninp to the riibbi,-h uboui the  track, nnd b-r a time the Siwmi.ii  wuH in d.inj|i.er. What few (ire lads  who were in town tliat day quickly  ran the curt down, and after some  trmililiy and sacrifice of tboii Sunday cloihini*, succeeded in exti/j-*-  uiBhii'g iho creeping lerror, Had  the. Sawmill mine, wbh the wind  b owinu us il was, No. 6 shaft build  inland then ihe whole town would  probably have. gone.  For Garden Ho e, Lawn mowers.  Ire Cteuni freezers, Mixed pa in is  and bruubes, Wallpnpor, Hammocks  To .ni������ Racquets, Waning tackle,  Pon 11 rv ������.ol lin/i, Garden jooIm, wheel.  Im rroi\ h. etc. eic. Go to the Big Store.  Messrs Kemp and Sword,   last  week Jibt't'Hti.'d about 80,000 Atlantic  Salmon fry In the Courtney, ab <\\  the junction.   It is hoped the ven  lute will he successful    II  is  nuid  thut   oy-terH   have   heou   planted  somewhere   in   Deep   B.iy by  tho  siutio gt-n lemiuj.   It is most graii  )'yin������ 10 know that the  Dominion  Government is taking an  iuteie-i  in Hie iblieiies of ihe Coast,  The Newest furls in funny  work  Pioi'tor's patent Wncel or SqUiireK  Jiir.iuukiiig TencriftV Unco  .,  Stainpcil scrim 1) >ylles and table  cnveiB 'in be hnd at Tlio Big Store.  Cut w..rms are reported doing  cri-tit rbini-i"!' in tlip Vnllev. Tbe  tv-sts lire (ippoiiTin-nn t?mi\tnumbn:'m  in some parts,  Corned and Roast Beef Ub tins 7  for #1.00 at Napieiife Partridge.  i������. Xj, Uii/niiiu niii������iA������ h) U-.uu oi<  S������v urdav evening, r.ml proceeded to  Cam, bed Uiver Sunday morning,  He will in ike ������ lour of ihe Djmrici  nnd lit v out all new   l'ublio  Work |  p.ojccicd. '  Thai ks 'n Mr Hlonn, tb������ Dominion Government 1 ns voted ^."������,t)IHj  for extra sheet piling at the Court  ney and Tsolnm jum-.ttrn $2,^00  for 11 wharf at Cumi-bell River nnil  |2, 000 fur public uJlicvh iu Cumberland.  S S. Montaro arrived feom Petro-  P'ivlov������ky and other Russian ports  whee she had discharged a cargo  of coal and general . ineichandise  and called at several of the trading  stations in the neighborhood of C p-  per and Behrina'Islands, bringing  furs- valued at $250,000. She loaded 3000 tons of con 1 and sailed Friday evening Jnne3uth'for San Fran  cisco, where she is to load a quan-  ity of flout and other supplies and  pro-eed to Northern Russian ports.  S. S. Camor-un, the new st- el vessel just arrived from the Clyde for  the Union S. S. Co of Vancouver,  c-illed here for Bunker Coal Friday.  She is a very comfortable and com  modions vessel intended for 'he  Northern Briti-h Columbia Coast  trade She is fitted up with all  Uii: latest appaunceo for handling  freight quickly, her passenger accomodation is particulaiy inviting,  and as she is a vessel of considerable  speed 'making 14 knots per hour  easily, she will no doubt get her  full share of the trada .of the Coast.  Capt. Saunders is in command and  ���������uireer Owens will attend to the  business affairs  S. S. Ellerie called in for Bunker  coal on Monday July 3rd, She is  bound for La Boca, Panama, with  a cargo of piles and lumber for the  Panama Canal. The lumber has  been treated by a special preparation to preserve it from the action  of worms at.d other insects which  infuse the waters in the neighbourhood of Panama. ���������  - 1905 -  Wall-Paper  JUST  AKKIVKD AT THB  ?;pv^  ill riU 11L1  CASH STORE  LOO Patterns to choose from.    '^J  2 Double Rolls for 25cts, upwards.  A very sutcessful mee ing was held last  Monday evening for the purpoie of organizing a cricket club. Mr Fred Doherty waa  ,elboted_'Capi*in-a&JiVV*.,B,-Auderson.Seore--  * ary, Tenders were' invited for parapher-  uiilia, Mr T E Bate being successful. The  Boll now uuinbers 36 members ai.d it is  h..ped that play will ba-jiu next week.  Tl'E'-VENTATION.  The mpu.ber*'of Cyrus Royal Arch  Chapter installed their new officers  hist week, and afterwards presented  Mr Geo. Clinton, the retiring F P.  '{ >uso L.Jiing,   Mixed PdutH,  50 Shades of ���������  .Vt'iba-Jtme,     E initial',    Staius,    Varui������hr  Whuisig, Brushea, etc.  T.E. BATE,  DUNSMUIR AVE, Cumberlan.4  ���������������  - 1905 -  Wall - Paper  with a very handsome jewel, in appreciation of the Brother's untiring  efforts iu connection'with the formation, and currying on pf the Chapter So quietly had the affair been  brought about, that the worthy recipient was taken by surprise, and  ~h ad-d ifficu 1 ty4 n-find I n g__w.ords_to._,  express hi8thank8 and appreciation  pof the souvenir.  The old "News Office", in the  'Whitney' Block is being partitioned  off and ������������������enerally fixed np. Half  will be occupied by Mr P. Dunne,  so well known nere in the tailoring  business, and the other half by Mr  C. H. B. Potts, as a law office.  SJ SfopE  A LITTLE TEA PLANT,  will produce many grades of Ten,  The tiny leaves on tho tip of each  stalk are of  greatest value.     The  youngest leaves   make   ihe  rarest  teiiH.     Ah  the leivt-g grow darker,  larger, tougher, the ten is ranker,  stronger and che-ipor.  ^| We encourage our cUHtomorH lo  use the young leaven.  ������| Wo try to buy only   the  young  and delicate ones.  *]{ Our pi ices, grade for grade, are  lower thai, you'll find olsowhere.  Bulk Teai at 26c to 60c per lb..  The Be-t Package Teas at regular  prices.  1  1  NAPIER & PARTRIDGE,  VtaM*������*iM������MIM������Mjft  ~U Goes to Town  FRANCES AYMAR MATHEWS  frurtjtit, I9CL Ir TIM towM-Motrttl Com-dir  "bounds, sirs!" exclaims Mr. Chalmers. "What a life 't must be, though  ���������sleep o' days, wake o' nights, prowling under the branches, barkening for  game from dusk; till dawn, all seasons  the same, one's heart in one's mouth,  till the hoof's heard* and then a masking dash, a brawl, a thrift quick as the  lightning's flash, a corpse or two and  your purse tlie heavier by as many  guineas as the game's had under cover,  and all to the tune of the owl's cry, and  I doubt not for some sweet Maid Marian's sake.'"  "'Slife, hear the boy!" cries Mr.  Brummel. "One would think him sired  by a Jack Sheppard rather than by  the gentlest sir that ever lived. For  your froward tendencies, sir, you shall  pay a penalty."  "Yea, yea, a penalty! A penalty!"  cry they all.  "In what kind?" returns Jack, waving his hat over his head.  "A song!   A song!" they answer.  "Well, then, what say you to 'Lndy  Betty Takes the Air,' since all can join  me in the chorus?"  "Good!"  "Percy," says Jack, "you've a pretty  pipe in your throat Give me the key,  will you? Not too high, you rascal!  I'm not vainglorious at my music. So,  and so���������there," as Percy does as he is  asked.  "When all the May ls deck'd about  With hawthorn bud and blow,  When pinkly shows the heather's tip  And harebells nod a-row,    o  Lady Betty takes the air,  Sing ah fa, la-la-la!  ~    With a rush hat on her hair.  Sing ah fa, la-la-la!"  Peggy is listening to the song. She  hears it well; also the crunch of her  horse's hoofs on the narrow path; also  the crackle of^he fresh twigs as fBey  snap before the advance, and, too, so  sharp are her ears, the sleepy cheep of  some disturbed bird in its nest, and  what else?  What is this curious, stealthy stir  far off and creeping nearer in the  wood?  And, hark! Peggy puts her hand to  her ear to hear a subdued whistle,  sweet, tuneful, underbreath, but patent  to her sense and, too, to Sir Percy's.  Before either can move or, Indeed,  had as yet gathered the impulse of  even self defense, into the midst of  Mr. Chalmers and the rest, with their  chorus, dashes a company of riders in  masks.  A shot, low aimed and merely Intended as a slight warning of what may bo  expected Bhould occasion demand,  strikes the ground at her ladyship's  right.  With remorse and reparation at his  heartstrings���������'tis tho kind of man  who could be but generous to his worst  enemy���������Sir Percy's horse is flung betwixt the supposed Sir Robin aud the  band.  "Good evening, my lords and gentlemen," says the leader in a voice llko a  lute. "I thank you heartily for coming  my way. rurscs and watches, merry  sirs; jewels, trinkets, snuffboxes, If of  gold; pins, fobs, seals���������theso aro all tho  toll I demand, nnd shall be forced to  collect if you show any disposition to  deny."  It might bo wisely argued that whllo  this speech was being mado any gentleman might havo either run tho highwayman through or put an ounce of  lead Into his heart, but tbo fnct of tho  matter wiih each gentleman found himself face to face with another gontlo-  man who held a blunderbuss up to  within three Inches of Ills noso.  My ludy's llrst thought had beon that  Sir Hobln's men had not walled for  the Sunday night to come, but presently bIio roeognlaod tho truth, and, stung  by tho fact that Sir Percy hnd put  himself between hor and dangor, sho  was the only ono of tho wholo company  who stirred In her saddle other than  to do the bidding of Tom Klddo,  While tho rest wore busily engaged  In emptying their treasures sho, making feint to do the mime, Hiiys very low  and tauntingly to Sir Percy:  "Mad I but ono to show tight with mo  I'd ue'er give in to these ������uoiiudruli>."  ���������'As soon dono an hiiIU, Sir Itobln,"  whispers Pony, "No man can sny  I'm his losHor In coiimgol" with which  he wrests bin brlillo from tho blackguard whose hand's upon It, whips out  Ills sword with ono hand, picks out his  pistol with tlto,other, grips bis reins In  Ids teeth nuil strlltea with stool and  shot, both at once.  Peg's his mutch, Imitating him with  such a will ns ki'Ih every pullcinau  of 'em n-shootlng. n-ltinglng nnd a-curs-  liij* Willi nil the iiriim mnl brciuli Ihj'n  got, and sets tho robbers for a Bocoud  to their wits, for they are not usi-d to  nny sort of encounter save one that's  terror stricken and submissive lu tho  opponent.  'Tls a bit Of tneleo quite ta the dark,  sia-fmng ana pbunamg betwixt tne  branches, now a man unhorsed, anon  up again; shots resounding, powder  Hashing, until in about ten minutes or  less the chief makes a.plunge for Sir  Percy, crying out:  "So 'twas you said 'fight.* was't?  Have a care! No man can defy Tom  Kidde and live to tell it!"  "Nay!" shouts her ladyship, with  spurs all inches into the gray's sides,  making him rear as she puts herself  between Percy and the highwayman.  " 'Twas I said 'fight!' "  Whiz!   And a ball intended for Sir  Percy strikes the gray dead under her.  Whiz!   and   her   ball   strikes   Tom  Kidde from his mount.  In less time than it takes to tell it,  Peg was straight in the highwayman's  saddle. He was picked up by two of his  men, bleeding, set before one of 'em and  off. My lords and gentlemen find themselves once more alone in the midst of  Epstowe forest, a-crawling about on  their hands and knees a-gathering up  their spilled guineas and trinkets by  flash-of tinder box.  Sir Percy, trying to explain to thero  who had been the means of. their recovering their valuables and of putting  the desperadoes to flight, cries out:  "I tell you, we owe't all to Sir Robin  here! 'Slife, gentlemen, I'd not have  ventured to think of resistance had it  not been for him. 'Twas he said, close  in my ear, 'Fight!' and, by gad, sirs,  he's lost more'n any of us���������the horse  shot under him!"  "The gray's well lost teaching Tom  Kidde he can't terrify ail the men in  England," answers the Beau from his  sprawling search after his diamond  snuffbox.  "Ho, Sir Robin! Sir Robin! Sir  Robin!" Sir Wyatt shouts it out, and  the rest of the company take it up with  a long, mellow cadence that echoes for  a mile.  "Answer, man, for, by the faith, If  we can't pledge you here in anything  but a lap of May dew out of a primrose leaf, we'll drink you such a bumper an we reach the White Horse as  never was filled before! London '11  toast you at every dinner table in May-  fair. Odzooks, sir, were you the fashion yesterday, what will you be tomorrow?"   This from Escombe:  "Where is Sir Robin?" asks Percy.  "He was beside me not five seconds  'sincerbut-nowr-by-^my-tinderr-nor���������yet-  by the coming dawn, can I descry  him," shading his eyes with his hand  and peering about, for of a truth 'tis  close to 4 o'clock, and, notwithstanding  the heavy clouds, the east begins to  thrill with tho touch of day.  "Robin! Sir Robin! Ho, now! Think  not to play a trick on us and presently  spring from a greenwood tree," says  Wootton.  "Sir Robin," exclaims Percy, loudly,  "I pray you answer and leave not your  friends to imagine evil."  "Tut, tut, 'evil,'" puffs the Beau, rising from his knees. "Evil '11 never happen to him. Zounds, but my legs ache!  He's laughing in his sleeve now hard  by. Robin's not one to court notice or  praise���������ns modest a youth as 1 ever  beheld."  "Worthy of Lndy Peggy Burgoyne  even, I suppose?" says Mr. Chalmers  mischievously as bo adjusts his recovered fob. "I could embrace hlra for the  rendering of mo back my watch, but I  think him n fool to eschew good company nud make homo alone to town."  "Jack," snys Percy low, "I like not  his quitting of us, 'Twas too sudden.  I- bellovo I'll go n-bunting hlra," pulling bis rein as tho cavalcado onco moro  prepared to start,  "Whore?" asks Jack. "Bah! Bo not  such a ninny I Bollke he's off to his  lady to win kisses off hor lips by tho  rehearsal of his prowess. An a man  chooses to (loo mo, I lot hlra. Do you  tho same, Percy. 'Tls a good advlco, I  promise you."  "But suppose thoso dovlls attack him  ngnln when nlono?" snys this ono, not  all reassured, ns ho nnd .Tuck linger a  bit In tho ronr of thoir companions,  "Go to tho dovll!" remarks Mr. Chalmers blithely, "I'm for breakfast at  tlio White Horso and for leaving tho  horo of tho hour to out his where ho  sees tit He's safe enough."  "I've a misgiving," answers Do Bohun, "nnd ho risked his llfo for mlno  tonight. I'll strike off hero to tho west  nnd join you when 111 nd lilm."  "Good luck to you for a fool!" laughs  JncU, putting spurs nnd going on to  tell this nows to tho others.  Tho Instant that Lady Peggy folt  herself In tho highwayman's snddlo sho  knew from long ncquiilntnneo with every colt Bickers hnd bred, raised or  liul.c zlovx .;hc v.'.u ������'.'��������� !h:it h.e\- ���������wWi  had met Ibelr nuilr-h. Ucfovo Hhn hnd  liinc to utter a word, turn her bend or  think, sho felt tho warm flesh undor her  quiver with that recovering impulso  Which horsemen know so well���������that  biic.ik of Uti!,a.tii.v] tiud untamable n.'i-  I uro which lies, however deep hidden,  In every four-foot that breathes anil  Which never fulls lo spurt to the front  When It gets exact ly the right chance,  l'offlsy'* Uglif. nay, by this, weak,  bund, now gave Iho big blnck Its  cbnnco, and with a miort, a toss of lis  head nnd n vlfimH h\v������<1I of Its f-lilor*  It laid back its curs, took tho bit between Its teeth ns If It had boon a moss  of oats nnd reared a length on Its forelegs, when, finding Its rider still on, It  started on a run which her ladyship  had uot th<* tdiyUtisiit puwer tu cheek,  All she could do "was to keep her seat.  Where she was going she knew not.  Where she was she had no smallest  Idea when as the sun looked over tho  long low line of horizon before her  she with a shudder beheld ��������� a gibbet  outlined against the morning sky. The  black gave a lunge that knocked her  feet out of the stirrups (quick in again),  reared, whinnied like a devil and, nose  to ground, now made her rider understand that up to the present she had  done nothing much in the way of speed  or of efforts at emptying the saddle.  Yet her ladyship stuck on. with flying colors,jtoo,, apd no loss of either  All she coidd do was to keen her seat,  wig, nat, weapon or will,, and with  grateful heart she now found herself  being spun across a magnificent park,  where the deer fled before her, it is  true, but at the upper end of which she  saw looming the turrets and towers of  a fine castle.  A  CHAPTER XI.  LTHOUGH Sir Percy had cheerfully foretold for Kennaston  the roseate picture of Lady  Diana's "Yes" crowning the  young poet's somewhat diffident suit  with untold happiness, the fact was  quite other. Her ladyship on the  lay pf~MK~3pmmel''s~^Tty^o"~I"vy"  Dene, having overheard the Hon. Dolly  Tarleton in the library laying six to  four to Lady Biddy O'Toole that their  host's daughter was "only waiting for  the beautiful young poet's asking to  jump into his arms immediately," did  with such sudden change at demeanor  from sweets to sours, languishing eyes  to averted looks, smiles to pouts, corner chats to open flouts, put her lover  into a stato of mind the like of which  ho presently described as. only be  could iu n copy of verses, which the  next night at White's were pronounced  to be, indeed, -'the masterpiece of one  whose heart pants, whose whole being's  but at the beck arid call of her who  wears a smocked petticoat, ogles with  a witching eye nnd should bo vain that  so much genius lays Itself at her feet���������  to wit, Lady D-a W-n."  For, taking immediate fright at his  lady's coldness, Kennaston hnd ordered  a post chnlse from the Brookwood  Arms and without a word of farewell  to Lndy Diana, save that embodied in  an odo, "To Chloe When Uuklnd,"  which hor woman found pinned to her  ladyship's cloak when she was putting  it on hor shoulders tho following morning, had gone to town and Just In time  nt tho White Horso to be hnlod Into  Mr. Brummel's party for breakfast aud  to lenrn of tbo adventure with Tom  Kidde, the valor of Sir Robin McTart  nnd tho absence of that young gontlo-  man, as also Sir Percy, from tho board.  Whon Lndy Diana's woman hooked  hor mlstross* cloak about hor 'twas at  5 o'clock In tho morning, and of the  party at the cnstlo every lady's woman  was performing the srtme ofllco, adding  hood ovor curls and puffs, nnd sticking  tho finest of cumbrlc pocket napkins  Into their mistress' hands by tho half  dozens, for 'twns onslly seen that such  enrly rising could bo for no othor cnuso  than to go forth to butho their ladyships' faces In the May dow-tho  which, when gathered from llttlo  copses and shadowy nooks leforo the  sun hnd yot shono upon't, was warranted to enhance tho benuty which  wns already evident and to create those  charms which, alas, aw occasionally  lucking.  Lndy Diana spelled out her lover's  vows ns bout sho could, tripping from  | door to door and calling her young  companions from their mirrors, huiiu.ug  a tootiuau and u page to huuuuou the  gallants who were to accompany thout  In their expedition, nnd laughing heartily as sho mndo out, more from a footman (hnn fmin Kciinaston's muse, that  he hail betaken himself to town rumor  than longer Incur her dlspleasuro and  hor frowns.  "Blcr.8 mo, font my suitor Is In n flno  pickle! Liu], though, I'm not disposed  to havo theso hussies n-Iaylng six to  four on my lining ready to Jump at bin  offer. Still, I'd rather he'd stopped  over or e|*e that some one must iiiiuih-  Ing wero hero���������for Instance, Kir Itobln  McTart, which Is not to be!"  Then a nipping nt tho doors nnd  laughter from girlish lips, puttering of  heels down the hull nnd staircase, out  to meet tho gentlemen, bowhm aud  complimenting on the terrace, over tho  lawns and through the flower gardens  and past the offices and stables, where  Lord Brookwood, even thus early, was  sunning himself in the yard and talking over county matters with Mr. Biggs,  J. P.  "Where to? Where to?" sings out  his lordship cheerily, with hat in hand,  nnd Mr. Biggs down to the ground before so much beauty, fashion and rank.  "Off to the copse, father," calls back  Diana, "to gather the May dew and  wash our faces. When we come back,  you must tell us all how much more  beautiful we are today than we were  yesterday."  With which lively sally Lady Diana  and the rest of 'em are crossing the hill  and laughing as they pass out of sight  on their two miles' away walk to Arins-  leigh copse.  Lord Brookwood is about to resume  his conversation with Biggs, while the  half dozen grinning stable boys behind  his lordship's back are rubbing their"  fists in the wet turf of a paddock and  smearing their red faces with the dew,  the head groom touching them up with  a lash, when a whinny that sets every  animal in the stalls and out of 'em  a-replying, sets nil the cocks crowing,  hens cackling, chicks peeping, dogs  barking, geese squawking, smites their  startled ears, arid yonder, hilly-o-ho,  sirs, in a cloud of upturned soil, in a  shower of splash from the river, with  a thud on the wooden bridge, a bound  over the stone wall of the kitchen garden, comes a black with nigh, every  tooth in its mouth bared, foaming,  smoking, bloody, rider bent double to  saddle's bow, clinging with legs and  arms.  "Homing Nell and the highwaymani  Tom Kidde! Tom Kidde!"  "Homing Nell!" The shout goes up  from every throat there, from his lordship to the hostlers and boys.  "Tom Kidde!   Toni Kidde!"  "By heaven, sir!" cries the earl, "I  knew Nell 'd come back 6ooner or  later.   Surround him!   Bag him!"  Peggy hears the shouts as the ungovernable steed lunges,,lurches, rears  beneath her spurs and still tightly  gripped reins. She takes in the situation, but not to its full import, until  she now hears the voice of Biggs uplifted.  "j-iora BrooKwood! Lora Brookwoom  Mind her heels, my lord! Mind her  heels!  Leave the taking of theTcuT  purse to me and tbe boys!"  At the word "Brookwood" her ladyship realizes that she is on the domains  of Lady Diana's father and being mistaken for a knight of the road!  The latter, sho felt she could easily  abide and as easily refute, but the  former was more than even her spent  spirit could stand. So, as Biggs, his  lordship, tho grooms, the stable boys  and 'ostlers and helpers all formed  into a ring with whips, canes, stones  and halloos to take her prisoner, sho  plucked up courage from the depths,  and, raising herself in her saddle and  her head in the air, with one superhuman tug at the bridle and prick with  the steels, she mnde to get off aud nwny.  But her ladyship's nerve wns not the  equal of Homing Noll's, nor yet to be  pitted with success against the waving  arms and Jumping legs of a dozen stout  men, With tho final crack of thc head  groom's lash about her heels, with tho  pop in tho nlr nbovo her hnt ot Mr.  Biggs' blunderbuss, caught from tho  hand of ono of tho lads, Homing Nell  was brought to a quivering standstill  and my Lady Peggy to bay in tho stable yard of Brookwood cnstlo.  Peggy* glad of tho use of her lungs  onco moro nnd now nigh bursting with  Inughtor at bolng so glibly mistook for  ono of the most reckless fellows In all  England, took off hor bat, bowed low  and said:  "My Lord Brookwood, 'tls, I believe,  I havo tho honor of addressing?"  "Ho, ho, hoi" Mr. Biggs, from a iur-  ���������ey of tho saddlobow, now bursts out  In triumphant JoyfulnosB.  "Od's blood, my lord, but here's luck,  here's justice, hero's what comes of my  beln' horo when I ami" and Mr, Blggi  new holds aloft upon the point of his  ���������tick tlio black mask of Master Tom  Klddo, which tho roguo had dropped  when ho wns lilt nnd which hnd caught  nnd hung by Its rlbnnd from that moment to this unsoon by Lndy Tog.  "Hlghwnyrannl Illghwnymnnl High-  wnyrann!" yells ovory lung In tbo place,  whllo tho wholo dozon, Including bli  lordship and tho justlco, threaten Lndy  reggy with thoir cudgels, lnshes and  atones.  "I pray yo, my lord, gentlemen and  good follows!" cries alio, remembering  now the entire Wefory of tho imlmnl  ���������tho foet-rrldoa nn rehearsed somo six  hours earlier by Bonn Brummel and  Mr. Vano.  "I am no highwayman."  A groan of derision greets this announcement.  "Nay, but the rather nm T tho vletlm  of Tom Klddo thnn lie himself! Together with a party of my friends, being at midnight last on the return from  a visit to Mr. Jtruminel's seat, Ivy  Dono, wo woro Bot upon by tho rogues  In tho midst of Epstowe forest. I- had  the luck, both good and bad, to put a  ball Into Tom, to get my horso ������hot under mo and to mount the scoundrel'*  stood, tho whioh has brought mo to  your lordship's door, and tlie mnro hor-  ���������elf to where she belongs, It seems."  "A doucod flno story, 'fore George!"  ���������relnlms Biggs, laughing triumphantly.  now holding up two watches, three  rings, a diamond snuffbox, a seal, tw#  magnificent pins and a most splendid  jeweled stomacher high above his head  in the tip of the sunshine.  '"Sdeath!" cried Lord Brookwood,  seizing one of the trinkets and examining it with his spyglass. "What's this?  ���������Percy de Bohun, Christmas, from his-  a ft. mother,' reads his lordship. Then  another, " 'Wyatt Loveil, souvenir of  Italy!' Gad, Biggs," looking her ladyship over where she still sits atop of  the steaming black, "we've got the  cursed blackguard this time. What  else In his saddle pockets, aught?"  Theso Biggs, assisted by the head  groom, ls energetically emptying of a  miscellaneous collection of valuables,  while Lady Tcggy looks on In amazement as yet only flavored with amusement and one more vain regret for her  abandoned petticoats.  "Yes, my lord, these thousands of  pounds' worth," replied the justice,  holding aloft his treasure trove, "and  it'll be a short shrift for the, villain,  I can say that"  ,rHark ye," now says her ladyship aa  she recalls with a not unnatural tremor tho death warrant she had heard  was lying to hand in Mr. Biggs' pocket.  "Lord Brookwood, I am no highwayman. My story is true. I am"��������� The  words stuck in Peggy's throat. She  coughed, tho stable boys tittered; then  the head groom tilted the saddle and  spilled her out of it to the ground. At  a word from Biggs a couple of tlie men  tied her,, hand and foot, with a stout  rop jand a pair of farming reins about  her. wiiddle.  "Now who do you call yourself, my  fine fellow?" says his lordship.  "Sir Robin McTart of Robinswold,  Kent!" cries Peggy, glad to be able to  answer without the lie direct. "And  I demand instant freedom and immunity!" cries she, tortured and quivering  beneath tho rude hands and ruder  gibes of the grooms and 'ostlers.  "Demand away, my pretty buckskin,  With your jeweled hilt," returns Biggs,  stripping the weapon from her thigh,  "your satin breeches and gold laced  waistcoat! 'Tain't no use denyin' you  your speech and your Avill to palaver  on whatever matter you will, for before the clock strikes S you'll .be home  with your father in hades."  "Tut, tut, Mr. Biggs,'' says his lord-  jBhlp...   "Call Mr. 'Frew-en. the ��������� curate.  He's at his studies in the library, we  having sat late over our cards last  night, and let him have h* prayer  book to hand, open at the page for  malefactors after condemnation."  "Go you, Michael," this to one of tho,.  now awestruck lads hanging staring at  Peg over the paddock. "Ask Mr. Frew-  ten to come quickly."  "But this is monstrous, sir!" crlei  hor ladyship,'now thoroughly alarmed  nnd near to losing hor wits betwixt her  "Midcnvors to keep up her man's estate  her contempt of her own frowardness,  her shame nt being thus at the mercy  of her .rival'��������� rent and her actual  terror of Im "on..  "I do bus .,ou, I am an honest  person. My line is true. Is It not but  the justlco due to nny subject of his  mnjesty, bowevor humble, that he  should not be condemned before he ll  tried or even his Identity proven?"  "I'll be sworn, ray lord," exclaims  Biggs, " 'tls a voice and nlr to wheedle  fine ladles out of their stomachers and  chnlns, but not to tempt the law.  Sirrah," he continues, nddresslng himself to her ladyship, who is by this  firmly tied to a post, llko a colt about  to bo broken to harness, " 'tnln't no uso  for you to be Imagining as justice and  his majesty ain't a-dolng their best for  you. Hero havo you been a terror to all  God fearing, law abiding Englishmen  any time thoso half dozen of years.  Haron't you loft the earth strewed  with corpses In your ugly path? Answer mo, sir!" And Mr. Blggs stamp*  bis foot on the ground.  "No, sir," Bhouts Peg, "I ain't and  haven't, and I'm not! 'Slife, my Lord  Brookwood," cries she In a terrible  way, twisting her tied hands together,  "for God's sake, send up to town posthaste and find out Mr. Brummel, Mr,  Vano, Mr. Chnlmors, Lord Escombe,  Sir Lovcll Wynttl"   Mnklnar Tern,  To obtain tea vory aromatic and only  In a small dogreo astringent Infuse 11  for half an hour In a vory small quantity of cold wator and thon add boiling  wator, The cold wator saturates tht  whole texture of tho loaves.  A (innlnt Clock.  A quaint clock onco stood on the*  bridge at Basol, Switzerland, It wal  rdnoo<" thoro to ooinTYiomornto the vlis  tory of the upper town over the lower,  and It had a mask which put out Iti  tongue and rolled It dorlslvoly when  the hour struck,  Tho Wno Moon.  The London Lnncot snys that "onc������  In a blue moon" does not moan never,  but seldom, The last blue moon (a  England was on Dec, 10, 1883. Its col'  or was due to atmospheric condition!.  CHllforiili-'-j CltiiK-tlo 11*1 It*.  Climate In California Is not dotermlB*  ed by tho distance north and south*  but by the dlstnnco east nnd west, ilti<  tude and distance from tlie coast 8������  California'* climatic belts are officially known ������������������ mouutaln, valley a������J  coastal.        i, CUMBERLAND, B. G.  m i������������.������'.������i.������.i  m/*������w������*|j*fiis*-M i mm. ujiluj notable stock, his father (who was the  IAMMaLIMV PffiWA ! librarian of the Regina court house)  wMmMn*ey*ej.jw    IWW* ��������� haying gerTed throughout the Indian  mm*mi''M^*m'mm*yy**avae^mmaeataaawm mutiny, and marching under Have-  lock to the relief of Lucknow in 1858.  'The family came right out from Scotland to the Territories in 1882. Editor  McAra was then a lioy of but six  years old, having been born in Edin-  boro, October 17, 3.576. Brandon was  then the "Farthest West," at least as  far as railway transportation was concerned, and, starting afresh from this  Ultima Thule, Editor McAra, accompanied bis veteran father on the  long tramp over the prairies to Regina by ox-team. The elder McAra  was a good judge of what constituted  good farm land, for he decided to locate in the now famous Last Mountain  district/where he took up a homestead.  After the patent had been acquired  ���������In 1886���������the family removed to Regina, the new capiUl of the Territories, and at once the ruture editor  started to secure a position in public  life. When a boy of nine he was appointed as page to the old Northwest  Council, and, in the hours when not  engaged in these official duties, he  carried papers  round the  streets of  Western Canadian Editors  A Seiies of Articles Describ- j  ing their Lives, their Aims  and their Influence.  No. 33.  JAMES McARA  Si  JAMES McARA  Proprietor and  Editor of the  Indian  Head  Vidette.  "Wherever there's money to be  made," says an ill-natured English  proverb, "there* you'll find a Scotchman." Certain it is that the extension and strength of the British Em-  pire are both largely due to the in  bred colonizing inst"inSt~5f~tlre*'raen-of"  -"Old Caledonia. And, usually, they  make money at the same time as they  lengthen the cords and strengthen the  stakes of the little Island Kingdom.  They succeed where a less hardy and  determined race would inevitably fail,  which perhaps accounts for the envious comments^passed upon them by  people who lack their distinguishing  qualities. The Canadaian West owes  very much to its Scotch pioneers.  The first white men to perceive its  possibilities in either trade or agriculture were the Scottish employees  of the Hudson's Bay Company. And,  when the days o������ the fur trade had  passed, and the days of permanent  settlement were come, it was largely  tho descendants of Scotch Ontario  pioneers, from the counties of Huron  and Bruce, that undertook the work.  From before the days of Lord Selkirk  to the present, the work ot the sons  of the broom and heather for the development of Western Canada is writ  largo and deep over the country's  history.  In the realm of journalism, a large  proportion of tho publishers of Western Canada are either Scotch by birth  or extraction, and, It ls almost unnecessary to add, are among the most  successful in the profession. One of  the most striking examples of this ls  Mr. James McAra, proprietor and editor of the Indian Head Vidette, Hois  as yot not thirty years of ngo, and has  beon engaged In newspaper work for  only seven years, but In that tlmo ho  has built up ono of the most profitable  and ono of the biggest newspaper  businesses In the Territories, and  nmdo himself and his newspaper a  power throughout a vast extent of  country. This ls a buccosb that other  Western publishers hi\.ve duplicated,  th'-ough but fow to so remarkable a  dogree.  Mr. McAra Is closely Identified with  many of tho historic events of Western Canadian history,   Ho comes of  ft  Ayers  Your doctor will tell you that  thin, pale, weak, nervous children become strong and well  by taking Ayer's SawapaHHa. |  Small doses, for a few daya. |  Sarsaparilla  The change Ij vtrj prompt  ���������nd very marked. Ask your  doctor why It Is. He has our  formula and will explain.  Regina. It is his boast that he was  the pioneer newsboy of the Territories, and the first to sell the Regina  Leader on the streets.  From page to clerk was a natural  step, and before Lieutenant-Governor  Dewdney left he secured for him a  junior clerkship in the Lieutenant-  Governor's office. He acted in this  capacity ��������� during the whole of Hon.  Joseph Royal's term, as Lieutenant-  Governor, and also through Hon. C. H.  Mackintosh's term of office, the last  three years of which he was His  Honor's private secretary. During  the absence of Mr. Mackintosh in Europe Mr. McAra ��������� was private secretary to his deputy, Hon. Justice  Richards, and, on the appointment of  Hon. M. C. Cameron to the office, he  acted for a few months in a similar  capacity, resigning to take up newspaper work in August, 1897.  The Vidette was bought by Mr.  James McAra and his two brothers for  the sum of $1,000 $200 being paid  bought by Mr. McAra and his two  brothers for $1,000, $200 being paid  for the subscription list. It was printed on an old-fashioned job press, and  the heavy pedalling of this antiquated  machine is one of the editor's most  painful memories. The plant occupied a room in the building built by  Lord Brassey in the days of bonanza  T"armin^!lt~rmiiSn~Hea1i-=the-site-now-  occupied by- the present postoffice.  Soon the partners bought a five-column Washington quarto, and for the  new installation none,was so thankful as Editor Jim, whose leg muscles  had by this time become abnormally  developed by the clumsy job press.  At the time of its purchase by the  ���������McAra boys the circulation of the  Vidette was 200. Today it is 1,650. It  is an eight-page seven-column quarto,  all home-printed, and one of the beat  edited, best printed, and most ably  conducted weeklies in Western Canada. It employs five men and three  girls, and hopes soon to instal a battery of monolines. The advertising  patronage of the Vidette is large. It  is the paper's boast that it carries  more general mercantile advertising  than any country weekly In the Territories, the average for 1904 being  42 columns an Issue. Mr. McAra, furthermore ,is the pioneer of the flat  rate in the Territories, the scale being  $1 an Inch per month. In connection  with the paper Is one of the best job  plants in the Northwest, and this department shows Indications of con-  tlrtued and rapid growth,  .  The Vidette is well housed in. Its  own handsome home, a fine frame  building 25x50 feet, ot two stories and  a stone basement, which Is utilized as  the pressroom. A gas engine supplies power for nil the machinery, In  eluding the job presses and paper cut  tor, while in the news and Job rooms  above are to be found the most modern faces of job and advertising type.  Mr. McAra started aB one-third proprietor of the Vidette with but $300 In  cash. After a few months he bought  out the Interests of his two brothers,  and tho present position of the paper  is altogether tho result of his enorgy  and ability.  Politically, the Vidette Is a strong  supporter ot tho Conservative policy,  and its editorials aro among those  most largely watched for hy tho exchange editors of the big city dallies,  as showing tho trend of Conservative  thought In tho West, But even more  Important, from many points ofvlow,  Is tho lino the Vidette has taken  municipally, For the present pro-  eminence ot Indian Head among nearby towns its cttluens have much to  thank tho aggressive campaign for  local Improvement that ls ono of the  distinguishing features of tho Vidette  under Mr. McAra'* management.  If a man's wife is a  good baker, nothing  but the best flour is good enough for her. There can be  no greater extravagance than the use of inferior flour. ;  Winchester Springs, Feb. 27th, 05. v  "I read about Royal Household Flour which is purified by eledricity. I also read about the woman paying  freight 25 miles before she would be without it. Royal  Household was not sold in our town, I was asking about  it and my grocer told me to wait a day or two and he.  would get some, and I am glad I did so. My wife is a  good baker and made good bread out of other flours, but  what she has now made out of Royal Household is so far  riead that I would be willing to pay freight fifty miles  instead of twenty-five, rather than go without it. There  is no flour 'just as good' as Royal Household/*  (Signed)  JOHN HENDERSON.  Now, is there a s;tigle woman in the whole country who, after reading what  Mr. Henderson says, will not at once send for the Royal Household recipes and give  Royal Household Flour a trial.    Mention this paper and address  THE OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS CO., LIMITED,  MONTREAL;  A bachelor farmer apfiKle paSfTliiF  prime, finding himself liard up, thought  the best thing he could do would be to  marry a neighbor of his, who was reported to have some bawbees. Meeting with no obstacles to his wooing he  soon got married. One of the first  purchases he made with part of her  money was a horse. When he brought  it home he called out his wife to see  it. After admiring it she said: "Well,  Sam, if it hadna been for my siller it  wadna been here." "Jenny," Sam replied, "if it hadna been for yer siller  ye wadna been here yerse'I."  **M7 HEART WAS THUMPINO MY LIFE  OUT," Is the wny Mrp. H. H. WriRht, of Brock-  rllle, Ont., ili'SfiiboB lioi-xutTerliiKN from smotliflrlnB.  flutt������rliiR nnd palpitation. Af'er trying many ronie  dloH without bunoflt, nix bo'tlcia of Di\ Aenew s Curo  for tho Ilenrt rostored her to perfect ho"Jth. Tlio  flr-xt iloxo ������nvo slniOMt lnnt������jit relief, nnd in a dny  ���������ufforini; consoil nltogother.���������61  "Why did you accept Jack's Invitation to go for a ride In his new auto?"  "I didn't have my walking skirt on."  Ask for Mlnard's and Take no Other,  Miss Fleymo���������Oh. Mr. Nocoyne, how  lovely of you to bring rao these beautiful roses. How sweet they are���������and  how fresh! I do believe there is a llttlo dew on them yot! Mr. Nocoyne���������'  W-well  to-raor  0HIO"CWSDl:lNE"ENCrNES"  STATIONARY AND PORTABLE  Iron Lathes, 8-10-12 ft.; Planes; Bolt  Cutters; Band Saw; Column Shapera;  Wood Lathes; Surface Planes; Steam  Engines and Boilers; Blacksmiths'  Tools; Elevator Machinery; Threshers' Belting.  Two 4-h.p. Gasoline Engines, 2nd hand.  BURRIDCE-C00PER CO., LIT.  152 Henry Ave., East, Winnipeg  this? You look as if you'd been in a  railroad wreck. They say that a fellow knocked you down and walloped  you as if you'd been a nine-year-old  boy. Where did your jiu-jitsu come  in?" "It would have been all right,  and I could have given him a punch  that would have made him as helpless  as a child,' but confound the luck, he  wouldn't stand still till I could pick  out the right spot,"  ���������-REGULAR PRACTITIONER - NO RESULT"-Mr������, Annlo O. Oliortnnt, ;of Whitby, wn������  for moiithn ii rlionmiiti������ victim, but South Amorlciin  Rlioumiitlu Ouro cliiimioil tlio nonu from "<le������pnlr''  to "joy." Hhu Biiym "1 mtlloroil untold iiiUory from  rhnumatliim���������ilaoton' modlolno ili.1 ino no nood-two  oHlon of South Amorlciin Jlliotiniiitin Ouro oureil mo  ���������"i-oJIef tvto hoarn attor tho Umt. do������o,"-M  - - ���������- *���������-   - -----    ,    Manager���������You do not inject enough  11, yos���������there Is; but I'll pay it, contempt, spite and venom into that  tow. \ word.   Actress���������I can   do   no hotter  Manager���������Nonsense! Speak It just  as you spy "plush" when you meet a  rival In an imitation sealskin.  fl.M b *wM1������.  ktUju������tUtf  for  knwifll,  IM.,  The Children  ENQLI8H yPAVIN LINIMENT.  Removes all hard, soft or calloused  mmps and blemishes from horses, blood  spavla, curbs, splints, ringbone sween-  ey, stifles, sprains, sore and swollon  throat, coughs, etc. ������f,ive y50 hy use  of one botle. Warranted the most won>  derful Blemish Curo over known.  ".Tlmpson ls an awful liar."  "What niakos you think so?"  "Ho doscrlbed a duel ho onco saw."  "Woll, that's possible."  "I know, but look here.  Ho said that  one of tho principals was nearsighted  and demanded a handicap.     Bo  they  llxod it  by   having the   other follow  stand six paces nearer to him than he  did to tho othor fellow!"  wSa^mT^^pa^w%yr*w^raa������  r. Our* the** with a\yr'* PHI*-.  HOW'S THIS?  Wt ntltr On* Haaij**! D*ll������n JUwr.nl for mi earn  ol Cnutrti vb������t o������������t������������t 4w wti*4 k> }}������������'. CnUrrYi  Curt' r. J. 01RKEY * CO., TftliWU. O.  \v������. tht uB4������nln*4, km>-*��������������������� V. 3. Cataatjer  Ik* Inn Aft**-* rtitn, ������������������������ Mir** "*(������** **������*1*-"* ������*���������������������  or������bl������ i������ ���������II bfill-MM VlMMtiMI,  m4 ftni-MPltlll  dUl������ to carry out ������������r ���������bK������������tl������n������ io������dt by tall Bra.  W4U)!N'J. Xnou** k MA-VfrN.  HUttottMUV i"4������������������.il>, T:!t!-.  O  H������ll"������Cr-Uri-h Oor������i*(*>������������������ IttUruIly. tellr-i 41-  rml> ���������������*>������ In* kloof) uiaiiMiii ���������uttjuMi of tat  mum. T������'tiwonl������Ui tuml (dm. Pric*. tSo. par bat-  tU   Mali by ������ll Druuiiiw.  T������K������ lUII't J"������mily Pllli forcomtlpiiioi,  "Bomohow .~.g pictur ot Martha  don't look natoral to me," mused Uncle  Ooshall Hemlock, aa ho surveyed his  wife's new photoiraph. "Somethln' l>  wrong nbout It, sure. H-ni-m! Whut  kin it bo? Oh, I seo now. She's got  her mouth abet,"  WNU No ������3������  Bo popular ls Bickle's Anti-Consump-  tlvo Syrup as a medicine In tho treatment ot coldB and coughB or ailments  of tho throat, duo to exposure, to  draughts, or sudden changes of tern  TTse Lover's Dry poap fn ���������j-jwder) to  wash woolens and fluuucli*,���������-you'll like  it 33  Tho Stout Artist (coinplacontly)���������I  had a splendid compliment, pnld to my  picture in tho "it. A." Tho Thin Artist (mildly curious)���������Oh? Tho Stout  Artist���������Yos. A man and his wife were  looking at my "Storm at Sea," and sho  said, "Como away, iny dear,' that picture makes mo fool quite 111."  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  is pleasant to tako; sure.and effectual  In destroying worms. Many havo tried  It with best results.  It was In a   Chestnut   street   Ico  croamory.   Tho waitress ran over tho  list of llavors glibly, and after duo de-  .   ...   .. liberation tho young lady decided upon  neraturo, that druggists and all deal-j f^rry ico.   "Thought   you   woro so  MLLED,,SUDDENLY  ''.     WITH        V':;..,   ,  UVEHAL IHObSAND.'OTMF.f**;  WILSON'S k  FLY PAD SI  RTS  U.Mir't Pit <mr* tor KnOt-wr tat  '   il������frwt'aiiilHli������oft|yii"M"Mb*al  ���������ru-iM*  iiomm nnd knipiuli in Xu*>p#  klli.lrnfairnf tloin li tli.ohly������         li runty, mil It unw uvil by th������ lMt(  tnd Am.nm. It I, i-onndnlUAf  m������wtin������ii(liHl to tho udlktod. If yM  ���������iiir.irfii.nl  Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus' Dance,  nrhfiYA ctilldri'iinrmUtlTM UMtiUn, nrktinwi frkn" UU  II ���������t'Ttk'wl, 1IIKH HUH n run A KKKK I'M ai, Iiottui mi ti*  ll.  It will In nuit by mull  ���������irti|������)4.    It  Iim   ctii-wt  M-iiorn ������v������ry liUii* ilio Im  f������U������l.  Wli.n writing m.ntlnn  thli iM-wr, hhI (,'ivu mil  ulilri-ti. For t������l, by nJI Ui-mwt-ti,   Co���������lW  CURED  TH������Lleblg<  iKligAt,W.,Tor*nto.  pale grocn and tho old roso ls horrJblo,  It grates on my nerves. Hut. cherry la  just tho thing���������thoy huvo a, beautiful  Hhudo of cherry hero." "Oh!" said tho  young num.  BETTKR WITHOUT A STOMACH (h������n with  ono thut'i Jjint n rnnMnnt ''hurt"   'o It.   Dr, Vo������  Hluii'n riii(iit|>|,lti *7ol'l<it������ ntliiiuliito* tlio dlgtwtlr* ������f  g������n������. l.i t ono enjoy thn goo' thing* of lift ������a<l lt������v(  no!)������'! <if*������i<t������i rarry th������m with yuti in your v*tt pock.  ��������� r to lu u b������i, M i*uti.-W  ers In patent medicines aeop suppiiesj fond of pjstBclilo,  tniirmi*rua nor umiu  ou htiilU to luuet tiiu   ikuiuud,   U la j cuiuiiituiuu a*. *������uou us Ihuy ivc-rc frtl  pleasant to   take,   and tho uso of It    gunrnntees freedom   from throat and  lung disease.  i inouKia you tiuti uii^u Iwo^uu^ iu,  tho art of Jlu-jltsu?"   "I havo.   I'm  an expert at Jt,"  "How doea It happen  then, that you aro all battered up like  ulono. "Lovo It," sho replied. "Why  cherry Ico, then?" ho inquired. "Th-ay  havo pistachio���������I'll call tho Rlrl and  (ihanp-o It,"   Sho reached across and  ���������\,'���������:: -l  }',l'.:   wrf"*   '"'  ho  ftirtro]   tn rin  on the table, "Don't you know I can't  eat pistachio In thla old roso gown?"  sho whispered.  "Tho vory Idea of tho  A young clergyman, doing his holt-  llit>     hllO|l'IHlrt    IU    tl    .������>->������      luu.    ,..),..'. i  swill ."lore, netted nt the hooV <\opnrt-  ment for Carolyn Wells' new collection  of parodies hy woll known writers.  "Havo you 'A Parody Anthology' ?*'  ho inquired of tho young saleswoman.  "! iliinl' we hnve," -tho replied, glancing at his clerical garb. Turning to  [Wither clerk sho asked: "Have wo got  'A Parody on Theology' ?"  PAGE FENCES Wear Best  TNI FAOt WIRI PrnMOaX PO. UMITIO. VmXkmwIUm f**mfm SMlml. ti. J������ka* VlMlytf.    9 v^:,��������� ;;*XT\   |������f    rs>   StfT'S-^   ������Z,',^*WK   BkP"������  '���������-���������'���������*."' .,:,:,[;',"i   Mu      '*3tf      SsG    at     Q*Ai*������S3ltS?i>*x      W&A     **  ' ���������* ��������� '��������� *'  -     *WL   JZkUH      ,������iv    fcl'V   'ft*       ^V'"^   Lw.j  V" .Vr������   >**? "Kg  ^m  mu  ���������burns coal, coke* or wood .with equal facility.  Flues, grates, fire-pot and feed-doors, are  specially constructed to burn 'any kind of fuel, and  a special wood grate is always supplied.  Sold by all  enterprising dealers.   Write for booklet.  a\MCl  on:  Toronto, 'Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver. St. John, N. B.  J-  ;r������-    '"X'.A.IRIEEILiXj*    sole agent  JINGLES AND JESTS.  A Danger.  A man should very careful bi> 'n vhat he lays ta  life,  Be especially guarded in addressin| his dear wife,  For he may make a mistake, and a orm will succeed the calm  It by chance he calls her Gertie when her name  is Mary Aud.  The Motive.  "Do you write because of Inspiration?" asked the idealistic young worn-  a.i.  "Not   usually,"   answered   the   cold  looking uian^"ltiTTinrijl7Tnsr^ngeTsT  "As a rule, I write because of the expiration of the time for .which the rent  has been paid."  Persistent Gamblers.  Tn gambling the Filipinos are the  most persistent race on earth. As soon  as n servant or day laborer pets a small  stake lit* stops work and gambles to get  rich quick. Monte and cockflgliting  are the choice methods. If successful  at play, the Filipino never works more.  If bt- loses everything, lie will do uuy-  thing to regain his losses.  Jnpaneup   Archers.  In Japan.archers test their arrows by  balancing them on the nails of the sec  How It Looked.  AVife^-I've got so that I don't care if  you are not at home more. I have resources of my own,  Husband���������You don't mean to say you  have learned to quarrel with yourself.  -Life.  A Mattel Speller,  A teacher whose spelling's unique  Thuu wrote uov/v \he "day������ of the wiqut:"  The first lie spelt, "Sonday,"  The second day, "Munday,"  AM now a new teacher they riqut.  Maktn-r It Clenr.  Edltor���������I'in afraid your story would  not appeal to our readers. o  Author���������Well, couldn't you run la a  tew explanatory Illustrations?  Never tell a man that he has made a  fool of himself. If be knows it, he will  get angry-and he will get angry also  if be doesn't know it.  Be natural. A poor diamond is bet  ter than a good lraluUoa.-Costou Her  Aid.  on"d~iui^~fITlFd~fluWrT^f_tliF"lFft~tiTnrc!~  nnd rapidly twirling them by the feath  ered end with the lingers of the right  hand, If the arrow makes a whirling  sound, it is crooked and must he  Btraightened.  aii   tiiiwrestitifr Kxperlmer.t,  The Mirror" and Farmer says: We  hnve an experiment in progress in winch  uve spayed heifers are being fed atrainst  five open heifers and both lots against  five steers, tlie entire fifteen head boini* ���������  all of the same age, raised on the same  farm, sired by the same bull, and all  from the same kind of cows. The object of the experiment is to determine  not only the cost of producing beef  under these conditions, but the quality  of the "beef as woll.  A Heiiutll'ul SwiH* ('iiHtoin,  A Swiss mother believes that her child  will have bad dreams unless it is crooned  to sluep. And so, bending low over the  drowsy little one's couch, she sing*1  aiv^huig songs of green pastures and  stul waters until the little one has  hjwithed itself peacefully into tho land  ot iNoil.  A Ki-iil Tuff of War.      "  At West Lynn, Mass., a locomotive  was coupled to a large electric engine,  and power was applied to them in opposite directions. For some time neither  gamed an inch, but finally, with the aid  of sand thrown on the track, the loco-  DiOtive came oft viotorloua,  CTotTis   or-   Clot lien.  One tear UK many strange usr-s and  uilsnfj.es or things nt country inns,-but  let us hope that tlie following experience related by a friend of. mine as  having happened to himself is a rare  one: He had gone to bed in an Irish  inn. bidding the landlady to have him  called at 8. At n however, next morn-  ing. slu knocked'at his door.  "Ye've to git up." she snid.  "What o'clock is it 7"  "Six. suit."  "<���������<> away, 1 am not going to get up  til! 8."  Af 7 she roappeared. "Indade. and  ye must git up now. it's 7." Finding  him uiiai.ived at her next return, she  said: "(!it up. there's u sweet gintlc  man. There's two coiiniiercial gintle  men waiting for their'break fast, and i  c:in*t lay the cloth till 1 have yer honor's top sheet."  With  All  My  Worldly  Comls.  A minister whose tirst parish was in  the backwoods of the west some years  ago snys that he once married a very  seedy looking bridegroom to a buxom  girl of perhaps twenty years. The ceremony was performed in the log cabin  home of the bride's parents, and there  were many guests present. When the  bridegroom repented the words, "With  all my Wor'dly goods I thee endow," a  tall, lank fellow with a huge tobacco  cud in his bulging cheek drawled out  nasally:  "Thar goes Hank's b'lll terrier, by  guml"  . SMOKE ..  "CUBAN   BLOSSOM "  a union mapkcicar  From "the---  Cuban Cigar Factory  INTERESTING  INSTRUCTIVE  THE  Wonderful I  FREE  SOUVENIR  WWlMUIW  TOE   ������"CB I  can  FREE  SOUVENIR  Oo*. John******** of Minna,  ���������ota M)'������i " The North*em  furnl-htf the j-rtatmit not-,  albllllle*, and f know oi no  manual!*.* aa thoroughly  competent la njiloii ihe  wiiiiri^ra of tills region M  'inn y/tisijiV V.'<���������.������������,."  ���������  .^.  MOtuiiWr-vr;  it)'^,/fi''**m,:x���������y'rJ���������<"0,iK<'^���������  lk!Mn������MWnti;'i.iiiR^iwi������rn,.������'  TOM BIG SPECIAX AUGUST  THE WORLD'S WORK  Mark Twain write-i  "Two iliive Mrifcin.'  mnl  Tllll Wihi|.|i'������ V.'iiUK hoi  not yet 11tu'luM ro-, I'i������y  run'ie ������ <*"������ '���������' tlil" 1  should iiuIht ii'it li.ivs to  iciK.rt t</ vioiVtii.c."  NUMBER C  'C   tn..I i  ,;������   ,i< ,1 . >|.ii.. ...   ,. . .   i..v   \ .. ..   j   .  T .,,.(..!. .n  i,t rvT ci-i'int''.' HtV'.'lUt'  I' Ji:,i���������   ,f il.,.  liu-li si ���������I'.'-uuii'T  <\l nm! pro/rt"is tn thnt of tin' Nrti-tlnvest, irom thr ������������������x,u:iii-  (Vtu    .-'Knur  t������'<vt|  Niir*'  ;   r" ��������� * r;'"  ���������iuft .'I j.' >s.   ^  , (,'lnrk to thc j-reut rciitcr.ni.il ������' I'orii'tinl.   Thi "\Vnitt.i*'!i j^Yi  .'oi'.ii^viil 'iiniiii* iiitd iJi*M.'ii'.ie in I'.'-iit iiiiiun,/!.-:,i���������������������������inini ij-, /.ciiiii);., ft' j  lun IwriiiK and li.liinp;; iti cities uml pi'-mil-;; Ih coi-iiiii-ri i: iviili iIm I'.isf.ii;, ��������� jV j  lttllro**(U .it Imin^: ii-eniiii*T,i ini-ii. I'ti-.iVts, tli'iiii't.'ii in;ig;i/iiic w���������!'! ilcsi i'ilic My. j  The Lewis and Clark Expoi'tian at Portland pt.:  with mnc*, photrtjrraphi and ili-xal'itive flriM������s,   It ������iil ey. a neu'us-nry Vf'.l  guide urn! liaiiilli.inli to i>ver*-oiie who visi-n thu lixi'o..iikiit, the hcul te^,-  touvenlr for tlunf who ennnot i*o. *tv j  #   , THE WORLD'S WORK  <!rfti*������������ iru i!in|tiratuiti fu/iii iIk n.iinc iuiloiriiinblc sj-Lit of prrtV".'* that ha     ., (>  trancforiniril the Niirthwent from a wiUlernemt to a Kraal civiliied nnpiifi. i'i  t.it'll UMiiitti it Ji-...,ilii.'   the vil.il tllii.^ji it', tlie -v.itI l'������ lif- .-i".| iho nifn Mj>.  '.���������������������������.���������*��������� .in. d>,\i,,i tii*m,   li in a liltmry ot cur own :l.in.--���������.iipriiilf j!]i;.i':: .' ,*,' j  rJ*   hvtrv r/imlly In fie NoHliw������t Shooli Hear! Tl-Ui WORLD'S WCPX &J)  TZrit'fZ   "t'-������i^.it't������Ci.<i-m..(t|^N,ifih������������iM<im'-*r('.U������^St������ii)l������������ i ��������� ��������� i'������ it ��������� !���������' m ' uf'������. y,:']  i'* 1      \Ll1    '" "'   ��������� '��������� 'v " -'������������������'���������"i "-H-'    1:  ���������'"'��������� I **������������������������*** "' -I ���������t't ������������l tnt' ... fli.lif.-., .'.it.- '.'.*���������.. I  L'iJI ������������������������-������������������������   ,,,.(). lttttQ |n , ml..,, ���������������,.���������.,|*r ,,ftl.l������ rrt|i-f.   IJT-Jfi in ������ (*M*   ii<lii(r tut Kit romr tft '  Mit *��������������� ������f itw.ul ntnttetlt w������*<l������ir<il V nh������������������ V >,ii������rfVMk   Mi-Ml -i. I.'i  fi.|.������r. ' "* '  D0I1BLEDAY. PAGE i, COMPANY. 133.137 Cart lofh St., New York  %l  Short Coal  Mining Course  "pHIS CONTAINS i. uly the 'iiiforinatioii  nee -ssary to quulity persona to pass  th<* Mine For^niaa'ii.Exaiiiinationa. It requires less work an������l less time: tha.ii thu  euii.plete oourse, yet thowe that finish it wili  have a good kuo'Wledge of the art of mining  Subjects Taught in the Course.  Arithmetic.  MensurauoM  ������ni:LTi ijiOi.uihe:! ;c Fn  ot mi'.  -&s������er-Met*������vvih~in-'3'.i(iT--5������kiitibT ���������'��������� .  Mine Ventilmiou','  Eisonomie Geology-of Coal.  fro8pectiug   for   Coal   aud    Location    of  Openings.  -;hst'tt', Slopes aud Drifts,  Method-i of Working Coal Mines.  Mine Sinvi-yiny.  Mine Machinery.  THE INTKhNATION'.:.'-  CORRESlMi^])! Ni'v'   srillJOL  SCRANrON, Vk,  M. J. BOOTH, Proprietor,  NANAIMO, li.C.  BlBOlf    CRAWFORD,  COURTENAY, B.C,  gREEDER of Holstein Cattle, Chester White Pif*s���������   Barred Plymouth  Rocks, &c.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES.  NOTICE.  I 1 ec loiifom ilc ]vl]ict)a  on nnd after Junuary 1st, 1904, my  business will be strictly cash, by so  doing I ran giv,e my Patrons belter  satisfaction.  T. H. CAREY, Tailor.  ���������pHE ADVANTAGE  the puhlic  has in purchasing where tlioy  live is they see the article and are  not disappointed as when sending  awav.  Pv Stoddarty  Watchmaker    and     Jeweler,  sells goods'.'at Eastern Prices and  h<".;' a nice slock to select from.  EVERY']'}.*ING ..in SOLID GOLD  "CORRECT  ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT."  A Monthly Magazine Dkvotkd to the  Usk ok English.  Josephine Truck Baker, Editor.  Partial Conten'B for this "Month.  Course iu En������ln.h fur the Bei^iuuer.  Cour.se in English fur the Advanced Pupil,  How to Increase One's Vocabulary,  The Art of Coiivei-Kaiion,  Should aud Would:   How to Use thc-in.  Pronunciations (Century Dictionary),  Correct Enylihli in the Home.  C.-rreet V, gliih in the ijchool.  Wliat to Say mid What. 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Fnrms valued,     Deeds registered; I  De ds,  W 11a,  Mining Papers,'Ac, drawn,!  OFFICES,   -.CUMBERLAND, B.C'  'Uo.   Ol;   Pir-t!    Fl"flilC!l!������.'  All piiichases engraved  ..,-. free of charge ....  P.  STODDART,  Dunsmuir Avk,,  Cumberland.  ���������*.tr������-.H*������������-.-.'*-4ji vjmiwmvum.mrwGm'mni  INFORMATION    WANTED  As lo the wh-re.ilii'iits of GR Distler,  who left Vancoavei" about io months aj-o  for Cumberlfitvi. Any particulars ve-.>ard-  mn S'in*iC will ho ynitefullv received hy  his uncle, Rudolph Distler, (.are of R S  Robertson, Cimibeiiind, HC.  WILLIAMS BROS.        :  llverv Stable;  ���������! t  ; Tkam.si'kpr And Dkaymkn ;  : Single, and Double Rica :  ���������    for Hire.    All Orders   '.  ��������� . ������  ! Promptly Attended to, ���������  .' Third St.  Cumberland, B C.  *1!*ltfflH\>-iIVI  ������������������*khd*M.k-������<nalM������-M<.u>U]rt<inHwi  xuy^jiA^xxms^  Novelties, ..Pictures,  es and  cl  oi frames.  Frames and  ckanine-  ���������   CS        Js.  D.   HUNDEN  Cumberland  ooooo o������ jooooo-vooouor  o  Clinnoo tu Join n, rinto That IVItl  Mitke an A fluve Woney for "ffoo. .  BvorylwayHlioitldjo'ntlio.Miuuril Wtcrary llv<  BloCluuoC Amorlea.. Thero Is niHUIinteliio lllto it,  anywberq. ItcosWalmoHtiiotliiiyjjtojolunml Uio  bonelltH It rIvoh aro woudorful, itonahlos you to  puroU/iM* liooJ-flniul poriodJortls, niusloonil niusief.i  fnatruuicnts at Rnnoial out prfoe*. II uoouron roil upod rtitos at miiuy li otoli.. It aiiHwi*rii qiimtlonn  froa of chiir������o. H oi*Tor������ ooUoiarililps ami valua-  bio ciwh prlisoH to.tnemborB. It -matntalti* oluli  rooms In ninny ottJpgforltgmPmhor'i. In ntlmtUw,  ovory iiii*iiiliopreu(*lvi'ii tliooilloliilmaBiiBliiofiiitl-  tlort ������������������ .Ev'rjf Montk"aniiblloatlonfu n.olaRRby  ItHcIMnuiuilInpt flploceiot IiIbIi olunn voool mnl lie  Htriimentnl mu������lo(fnll (liM- oaoh month wlthmi'.  nxtraolinr'ioi w dIhoon In orm Wfir In til. VOU  OAN 01 T ALT-OF THESIS BBlWlTa V0.3, Ah-  MpSTNOTHlNO. ���������������������������������������*��������� ������-irt ������*.  ttOHTNOTJUNO.    llio full yonrly raombftr������hlp feo li������ OnwDnllnr fnr  wnioh yoit unt nil abovo, nnd you niiiyivitii.  ilnuviin-"time vvUblii thr4>a nmndu- if yon  wiiiittoao9otiinlct'tyi>ii������'Uoliiirliiioi', if ynu  '��������� it SIi-rSP������ ���������* "' "   *" *'~ "  When in Cumberlan  STAY AT THE   VEMHOME.  <2T    Al.L CONVKNIK.N'DKH  VOU   GUV.STH,  Tin; Bar is Sui-I'Lind with  Bi.t Liquors and Cij;ars   ��������� " e  R. S. liOJIJ-WI'SON.  0 I am  prepared   to O  g furnish .Stylish Rigs ������  O and do Teaming at O  ^ reasonable rates. ������  C D, K1LPATRJCK      3  q Cumhkrlandq  ������ O OOOGOOOOOcjOOOOO(')  ilnuviin-" time within thr4-a nmndu- if yon  wiiiittoaoaotiinlct'tyKiU'Uoliiirliiioi', if ynu  don't ouro to upomT |i,0p. Bond 11.1 cunt* for tlirro  nioiitlH nii'muoi-Hlilp. 'Kolioctycun afford to rnuii  tlilnoitor by. You will got your money buck In  vulno nmny time*ovor, "Pull partlmilnrt will Imi  hoiit froo of oliarKO, but) It ynu pro "vIho ynu ���������will  t-wKl in your rniuont f^r inemunnihip with tno  prnpri)- fcoatonoo. ThoSHotH.tliKiotnontnimoin*  yi   mv^vai,. tjrtmah v Mvmoti7.-tm  *Wam**mmmamWiamm*maaaaaaaam  rminlnfryoiir Inttor anil finolmlng tMK) for full  oui-'ii iiK'iubornlilpor iwoutyilvo oouu for throe  voxiKam  SasENOINEERINOflB  MfiNHNO JOURNAL  *\tm*manmam wmmram- tr**>* -*<*m, ..������������������������-*  NOW IN ITS 39th VUAR  The lowhr-fi rlnln**" j^rlullcnl .f  tbo world, with tin* Htrnm-iu-t ulltorliil  htnff fifiiiij'l<'iiluiioft| iiubllmitli'ii.  Siib.Hi'rltiflon JB.OO a yonr (liu'lml-  OllK II, 8,, CailliUlilil. .t|ilM������������Ul |it.MHvi.|.  K,iiii|il������i c������\>i" true, ijiHul fur linuk  < 'ataluyuu,  1'1'III.ICATlllN filTiri-  505 P*nrl Streuf, New York  To Cure a Cold m One Day  Take Laxative firomo Quinimo Tablets. ^ #%&  stvw Mmk������ bom *om ta pmt ia aowun.      This signature, *& StTjCyr  Cor������tCrit������  In Two Duy*,  en every  box. 25c* '//  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday,  W. B. ANDRRSCN,   .-      - -      Mgk  The columns of The News are ope*i to all  who wish to express therein views o ma I-  tern of public interest.''  While we do nut hold ourselves re   tnai-  hie for the utterances of correspondent, we  eserve  the rght   of   declining  to inser  ommumcations unnecessarily personal.  WEDNESDAY, JULY 13   1905  Kspimait I taaimo M  Cumberland  Hotel  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND, SECOND STREET.  CUMBERLAND  B. C.  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland be sure  and stay at ij)t* Cumberland  Hotel, B'irst-Gjftss Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and Public Hall  Run in Connection with  Hotel  -\  sirs, "Oity of Nanaimo.'  Sail:? from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling at   North  Saanich  Cowichan Bay, Maple Bay and Crofton  when freight or passengers offer.  Leaves Nana.mo Tuesday, 5  p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.mM/or  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and w;iy ports.  S.'iils from Nanaimo Friday, ���������*���������  p.m., for  Victoria,   culling at Crofton,    Maple  Bay, Co-.vich.in Bay and  North, S.tan-  ich when freight or passengers offer-  North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions  permit.   ������������������  VANCOUVER-NAliAiatO |W3,UTE  .    S. S      ������������������J0AK>\%-"-  Sails from Nanaimo 7 a.m. daily except  Sundays.  Sails from V7mann^*ratreT*^iTrival-of���������Gr-j  P.R.Train No. 1. daily except Sundays, at 1 p in,  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  HENRY'S NURSERIES,  3010 Westminster Road  HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED  (jjtrden. Field and Flower Seeds, now in  Mook and tested as to vitality. Wholesale afl'd reiaih  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental'Trees?   ..  TIMETABLE  EFFECTIVE  APRIL   13th,   1905.  VICTORIA .TO WELLINGTON.  No, 2-Daily  A.M  IK 900   ������   9.'28  ���������r  No. 4-Snn'i a\  1' M.  .Victoria Da. 3 0(1  .Coldstream ....���������������   3W  " 10.24...;.  ..���������Kotui'-'ts " 4.'24.  " 11.00. Dmicau't?     " 5.00  r M. v M.  " 12.15,, .Nftiiaini'i  M 0 42  Ar 12.53.. W('iliugten...... Ar, 05V  WT3LLI HV*   h   SO VICTORIA.  No, I���������Ddil Ni ll -tsui-iiny  A.M. A.M,  Do.   8.00 ..WeiliiiKton....  De. I) 0  '���������('   8."20    N���������niiiin.i   "   3,Io  10 02 Dihoiiu'h   ������������������   5.00  " 10.42 K.eiiig'-i ���������������   5!U>  ��������������� 11,38  CildHin-imi  "   0.82  Arl200 Victoria  Ar 7.00  Thousand Mile and Comnuitiiiion Tickets 01*1 &r\le, good ova nul :ii"l ste u,.ei  lines, nt two .ind one-half cents pei mil'*.  Special trains and steuinevs fov Excursions, and ttducerl rue* for parlies may  he arranged f'ti on application io ihe  1'rnfifii: MiinitKer.  'I lie Company reserves the risjht io  change '���������without previous noiice.s earners  ' nailing times nnd hours ol sailin-*.  Kxamsmn Tickeiii oi������ .vale from unci to  all Siationa, good lov goinK journey Saturday und Sunday, rcuiniing not later  than Moiulav,  Geo. L. Couutnrv,  Tntllic Manner.  RHODODENDRONS,   ROSES,   GREEN  HOUSE AND HARDY PLANTS  for Spring Planting  ���������FERTILIZERS- -  BEE   HIVES   and   SUPPLIES  Green house full of-Plants, Cut Flowers  Floral Work. Catalogues free, or  call and.examine stock.  EASTERN PRICES OR LE^S.  M. J. HENRY.  VANCOUVER, B.C  ���������U-'MMj*-������j'MMH----'������jOT-^^  ���������BAKBBS;..  s-'S'^j-?^  QREAD. Cai-es and Pie-" delivered daily to any part of City.  F(ii������������T(rKOP _ GroterkH  ���������E.  EMDE,  NOTICE,  Hiding on locomotives and   rail  way oiitb of  the  Union  Colliery  Company by any  pornon   ir  \wv  8ouB-~-excoj.it train crew���������is strictly  prohibited.    Employees  are sublet toiliBWuemil tor allowing tsmnv  liy ord������r  JFhancih 1)   LtTTi.K  Mana-iwi",  mm*  NOTICK IS HRUKIIY OIVRN that ap  plication will Ik. 11 nuin to tti������ LefliftliUive  Atimnhly of tho Vrovitioo of B-itwti 0<>l-  uui'iia at it* next BiJiit'iii for u������u Aot nxtuiul-  in)* tho timo far thu enmmonoament ol thu  ooimtruoiion of the Uomp������ny'M lino ot mil-  way nii'l for thu exii-'i'liture thr-roo-i, of ton  yer cent ol the miioiint of tho cupit.nl ami  rctluoiiift the nmount of tlio o������piul And per-  nntti������ig tho Co iipuny to ounitruot tha railway m ���������notion-*.  l>Attid tha24ih .Unitary, 10)5.  BARN AUD k ttOOERH,  SoHoiCor* for th������ Apuiiutoia,  (5  H  W  DO  H  %  00  H1*  w  a*  P  0  <  <  v.  5i  ui  <  CO  o  ll  CO  LU  1  o  >  o  S  l*n I nod  Him  to  l.cnre.  Ronhivtif* 1 lit* iit'.-ivv tni������i'<ll.'in snvs  ht������ jii'is.a rousiii'4 i-erepiUiirt������viji-y\vtii*i,e.  lie su>*s it piiinec' liiui to leave the last  town.  roiiipdlan��������� Von hot It pninPd him! I  unili'isuuiu tlify '"ode liiui out on a keen  edy������U rail.  Terrll������le   Infant*.  In counting life'8 worrle������  ���������  ���������Tis little things tell.  All girls with small brothers  Know this very well,  ���������Philadelphia North American.  A  StnrtHftR 'I>l(-Kram.  Ten Rlrla in a composition class wpre  told to write a telegram ancli as woulil  be suitable to send homo In case of a  railway accident while traveling. One  of the girls wrote:  D������nr Papa-Mamma la killed. 1 ana la  toe refreshment room.  XIni#ifB   ;  Comparison.  She���������Was Nellie prompt in accepting  his proposal?  He���������Well, 1 understand there wasn't  any government contract busluesa  about It  In the  World of Graft.  It happens too oft  That a poach among womea  Throws herself away  On. a green persimmon.  Hotel  WaVerly <H oteF  First-Class Accommodation.  .... at Reasonable Rates ...  BEST OF" WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  S^.lVl*U*Elj     O IDA/VIS,      l?2T.OF^.IETOEl  English 4 x BURTON always on tap ; also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anhenaer, Bohemian, Sohiitz, &e. " OLD GREY 'BKAK.U "  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of ell kinds.  The Boarding "and Lodging Department, uudor the immediate superiuteudence of Mas  Davis, will be found First class iu every respeot.  BATES,  $1 00 per day upwards.  Campbell's : BAKERY  A Fine Selection of CAKES  always  on hand.  FRESH BR33AD every day.  Orders for SPECIAL CAKES promptly attended to.  Dujismnir Avgm  Oumberland.  UNION BREWING Co,  NANAIMO, B.C  The yearly return of ihe Bock Beer season is   of interest to. the  Jbrewer as well as the public, and the  UNION BOCK BEER. POR 1904  Will again show that Bpooial care has bepn ta'-on "rv tho *T(****ifn.f>Mi'-o of the superior  article.    Tho Uuion Browing Co.'u Bock haa been breweed for a number of months  and stored iu thoir famous cellars until it has reached the proper age, and is now  ON DRAUGHT AT ALL HOfELS.  Ks^ioaiui^siji^yyuMi^^  'A POINTERS  H  IN REGARD TO THE  1 a "i tf. s 0' * ������-*.! n  Fuqusniro on thi; 6th and ������oth or r.nen noNrii  |fe^>#'?v'l  a  8S  IB  III  Po'.nlcr No. t���������lX >** * purely Wes-teni C-ir.illon A>;riu-ii]tiiriiJ Taper for Wistum  ("aiiml'-ii .*':riii'.-i.s r:hI 1'i.i.cknur..  Po.lnte? No. 2���������lt in 'a-i'i-,: \\ il pilule..!, vi.ll cllttJ, well  lllustmiwl, rcliuble,  1> r *;; I '.-:-..>> j \*������s ir������ -... T (VhvUm*.  PoltiScr No. 3���������I'.,-" n.i-i..R ii"e inric.ly cush in n.l'-nn.'t., unil 1111.> jv<]>.������)��������� is promptly  '';>euil(;; in i'l nl'.'spiuiJ'uii u'-nh      j   "' u. i i' '.-,->i u      'vl,  Pointer No. 4���������'"be Nov'-WO'-l j-'ui-inei' i.-> it: i/.i.y .i,,u'.v.ili.ii.nl \\.\> ���������' ���������irliik-il in  Crpi'ii wMitof l,'i.;e wn-eii ;-,  VolnSyr No. S���������Il nns oif-re p-.n-l in iu-v:iiire Hiii'Kcrilioi>: i.i.',;...iiiol<.i laul thu N.W.T.  i'vm ell oi'ii-r l-.v-.n orpi-isc'.iinbiiii I.  Pit'tt'CJ.' No. <(-��������� -"< -i'i   'i-i'ioiim (iirI iiii'oiin.uiuii ,.,u worth Hitioy dollars to eiteh  lilllii.i''     b'.'!\  PoIiltftV No. '/--'..Imuliy il ih above iTpi'o:ic':.  F"'c-:n Now to December-31������ 1905, for $1.00  Annnusfl  THE NOR'-WKST' FARIMEH, LIutJK <!,  P.O. Box 1310, WINNIPEG. MAN.  t  I  I  I  i  b  t  l.iwl'ii   :-l.-iini'nliii-''iitni.ii.'liilXinii������  .v.iuiJ- ,'.       i:.   I".i > i> i.i). | I'ri e.  1 im I uull. I ynwil l,l!i'llll"il'I.IIIUI*U  y ii will r ���������it. .������������������   H.iliv rll������i'.uH'.  8.ini|ilc ci |iy ������tmt (tee. U|jhii r������������u������tl.  E  ��������� HBHHHHHHHWBHBil!B������^^M^*itf  3rd St���������    OumbBilawi  EOG8FOU HATCHING.  Krnin l-iiri!-l)|oj������r| Stock,     .Single Comb  vVlute   Uiihom   Wyc'toli  Hii.un - tii������  i*reite������t la\������r-4 in Amern -Ekks, $i.on  per 15.   A lew lelectedi oikcrelit ���������������>��������� ������.������l������*  price $1.50 ench.���������Applv, John j.  K.  Sillier, Little River  I'miltry V.*r;l*., Co  mox,   M.i'l oflers u'tcurtci *o,  11ROWN    LKdHORX    F.r.������W   FOR  '(ATOf/.V I'li'-tiifi^-r- -Ij f)frr  hundred for im-uhiior**, 7>it*>. per setting.-S F Douson, Couttcnay  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FlUST-CLASS  "    CANDY. FFUfITS.  (JI(-lARS'tfe TOBACCOS.  HARNESS  Uf    WILLARD is prepared to  * * '���������    fill any Orders f������* Fine or  Heavy  Hariies-J,  at short notice.  WiLLARli. BL-VK,      Cumberland.  mm*mmm*aatamwaaaamtaawaaaamamam*aaaaamaay*emmamawaeuemaaa^  t  hmm Cigar factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEST  ON    ::   EARTH.  AEautifactured by  P. GABLE & OO., NANAIMO, B.O.  High Grade Stoves  and all Kitchen Requirements  SPOBTSMENS GOODS  ;& GENFAIAL HARDWARE1  holy trinity church  services:  Holy Communion every Sunday at 8 pm.  ���������hist Sun nay in the monih, 11 an ,  Morninj* service, li a.ni.; bu. da ,  School, 2.3U p.m.; Evening sei\ .c ,  7 p.m.;   Choir Practice every Ki- ay  ffiSliiit 7 3U !-���������'���������������  F. G. Chkistmas  I'asior,  TRADE MARK a*  DB810N3,  COPVRIOHTO &0  Anyone utiwllnir ������ Rkotni: mill (Inurlptlon m-iy  jjulckly tuiPiirt.iln, riun, wlu>tl:.. .'ill Invoni Ion Is  |irohiili|y imtoiiliiiilo. ('miiiminici.UoiiN Mrtctljr  piininientliil, Oliliwi, nBOiutj"..iru'ciirlriKPtttoritij  In Anu'rlOii,    Wi- Iiuvi'  11 Wiixliiiiiitnh ulllcn,  I'ntonia tnken tliroujiti Muun 4 (.'0. rouolT*  ���������*.ouli������l notion in tlio  SCIENTIFIC ^ERICflK,  bMmlfii)!*- il]imti������to,l, hreimt olrcul-itlon of  iwf t-uleiitltio .loiinml, wookly, tprmnM.fii) 11 yeatt  fl,nUnix moiiliiM    *-|ii'i-ln,i'ii coiilni ami UAMiJ  ^UNN   A   CO.,  3������U iF.'o.i.l'-. s   v...v Vftrk,  ������  ^'���������^rmtmiit  ������������������$m^m&^:$  WM      U,... '"*"1"'  &:  ' 1 ������������������������ !*i-b'*������������������������������������������������������ ������"'"'R S1KVMNS  ��������� ',���������*:' ��������� . ������������������ . H '���������'��������� V." ������ in il tiiini'ini;  \ it ������������������������n your I'Kiue   y.il r,������,ui������ii; iut.;in.i v..-  ' S'irit'.'fr'Tn.t "*"; JiHtiraOHS.   How cm  yi 1- 1. ly I.i iiiiu Hi-'. w������i'i wins*' ������..wuiui6 ������  \ S , '.-    Z   V    K   W . 3 P  A...) <r 'ii'l'11 ������"l nr  ,1  si I 111 i.i-f frv'.n.f..  ���������!<.. 'I  Oh(fifn������l������le in Packet* nli.o in hulk.       Tho bent valufl in tlio market.  LOCAL AGENTS-Pf-Mitr-M im.,.  COUHTKNAV,     -  Mft-"t*ri* Napjku A Pautbiimjb  M<m<r>jJ. McPiikk & Hon.  THE HUDSON'S BAY CO.,  DlSTltlUUnNii AtiKNTS, VICTORFA, RO  \  MM I'.K i. vr tl.l|> .;!���������  ������."!   ri"; HU   ;   tf   ��������� .i'l I  III -H ������l'.������l    I  ���������   !',('.    *  "ll C.V.Vi H.- !������������������ ������*... ."���������������������    I". >"lii.| Vtt4.li>'!  |������>//.1'>  '.(���������    -f .,'���������.'   '���������      .  I   ���������'     ���������>       ..-.'>���������    ���������!���������'���������'   ���������        .  ���������M-.tll.     lt|J.,li,    ���������.   I.I      ���������     .....:.������������������..     il"������J|.,    ,  iHni 11 ffiiu t iH������t������t������e fi t j  in-* (���������������i.<,;<;i(,i.*iif.i' 1  M I Vl.'liil'-'.i " ]  \<; HU ll*;i.iiuki'M*'"' ' I  l|, ���������.      t       :>' Mt'1  .1,    < '��������� 11  1.4 : !'.'��������� ���������"������ ...--tl**!,;! 1  J.5T*3*.>3Ai:.HAW700LOO.  !'. ... I../    '     *.!  CHlCOPte PtslLi, MAS!*. XJ.Q.A  mm&>��������� '"-J-.V.  ".*���������#  the r/vivie: of  IS RAPIDLY  BECOMING   UNfiVERSAL  SLACK OR NATURAL GREEN.    SOLD ONLY IN SEALED LEAD PACKETS.   25c, 30c, 40c, 50c, 60c PER LB.    BY ALL GROCERS.  Highest Award   S-b.  uis, 1904.  When Doctors Failed,  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Brought New  Health and Strength.  From The Post, Thorold, Ont.  Mr. Reuben Lindsay, a fruit grower  at Ridgeville, Ont., is one of the best  known men in tnat section, having  lived in the village or its vicinity all  Ms life. All Mr. Lindsay's neighbors  know that about a year ago his condition of health was very serious. To  use his own words he "began to go to  pieces���������was all wasting away." When  a reporter of the Thorold Post called  on Mr. Lindsay recently he found him  again enjoying the best of health, and  when asked-what had wrought his  cure, he replied very emphatically  "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills; they did  i'or me what medical treatment and  other medicines failed to do. In the  spring of 1903," continued Mr. Lindsay  "I grew so weak that I could hardly  v move about. My appetite completely  failed me, and I seemed to be wasting  away to a mere shadow. I grew so  weak that I could not work, and could  ���������scarcely look after my horses without  resting. I doctored with two or three  good physicians, but got no permanent  benefit. In fact they seemed, doubtful  as to what my trouble was. One said  liver trouble, another kidney disease;  but whatever the trouble was it was  rapidly using me up. A neighbor who  had used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills with  benefit, advised me to try them, but I  felt somewhat skeptical. However, I  was finally induced to try them, and  "before I had finished the second box,  1 could note an improvement; I continued using    the    pills    until I had  J,aImn���������som_e.l-,^  again enjoying robust health���������in fact  I have no hesitation in saying that I  believe DrV Williams' Pink Pills saved  my lfe. Remembering my former unbelief in Oese pills. I gladly give this  "testimonial, in the hope that it may  induce some other sufferer to try this  great, health-giving medicine." Other  ailing people will speedily iind new  health and strength through a fair use  use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, Every  dose sends new, rich, red blood coursing through the veins, and that is the  reason these pills cure anaemia, neuralgia, Indigestion, kidney and liver  ���������.noiubles, rheumatsm, and all other diseases having their origin in poor or  "watery blood���������including tho special  ailments that make the lives of so many  ���������snowing girls and women of all ages  ���������anteeruble Seo that, the full namo  "Dr. Williams'' Pink Pills for Palo People," is printed on the wrapper around  each box. If in doubt, you can get the  pills by mall at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 by writing the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co,, Brockville, Ont.  includes the cost of making."   "And  a longer coat?" I gasped.   "One reaching to a lady's ankles would require,  say   eighty   skins,   that is forty-four  thousand dollars," he    replied rather  matterof-fact.   "And you sell coats at  such prices?" I continued in amazement.   "We sell this kind of sable as  ' fast as we can get it.   The best skins  , are   very   scarce."   "And a muff?" I  asked, meekly, "just a muff."    "five  . skins," said he, "twenty-seven hundred  . and fifty dollars.   There's one in the  show case."   And  a   boa?   A   little  jboa?"    "Four skins at least, that is  ; twenty-two.   hundred   dollars."   Here  ; then evidently I erred not on the side  of exaggeration but of understatement;  I put down thirty thousand dollars as  j the maximum yearly sum that a fow  I New York wonien spend on dress, in-  I eluding everything,    whereas    nearly  fifty thousand  dollars may be spent  simply for a fur   coat   with boa and  muff!"  FIFTY THOUS. .ND DOLLARS FOR A  FUR OUTFIT.  From "Tlio Shameful Misuse of  Wenlth," by Cleveland Moffctt,  In "Success Mil gnu I ne," "] find  ���������llial. six thousand dollars for a  sablo cont is only a fair price, In fact  it Ls a very low price for a cont of flno  sable. As witness this talk Hint I had  the othor day wllli New York's leading  furrier, "Cnn you show mo a good  sablo coalV" I inquired, "ItiiHHiun  Willie?" he iii'keil, "Yen," hmIiI 1, "somo.  tiling espeelnlly filie,~Hliy llbollt six  thousand dollars," Ho smiled, "Wo  .niivnft miyiliiiiK made up Ihat I would  ���������nail eHiR.'.liilly line, We huvo u minor  short conl of nil her light skhiH, mod'  oruu> quality, thin will com. Ion Dions-  ami <loIltn%" "Ten thousand dollars-"  j exclaimed. "Then wliiu would n  .���������good ooi.it com?" IIo continued to  snillo and produced a numbor of flno  wkliLS, Hie  rem  Iniperliil  wililo, very  dark with Hilver Hghis pi n yl n ���������* Ui rough  tlio Kol't fur. And ho showed mo tho  prlco murks, livo liiuidrod nnd fifty  dollars n skin, about ten dollars a  Bijiiuio Inch. i'IiIh Ls tlio boHt Siberian Hiihlu," he went on. "A coat of  modornto length, sny thirty Inchon, re-  qtilron sixty skins nnd���������" "Sixty tlmos  livo hundred nnd fifty," I miirmurod.  ���������Thirl y-throo thousand dollars, which  LITTLE LIVES LOST.  The annual report of the Registrar-  General for Ontario shows that in  that province alone, out of every one  thousand children born one hundred  and eleven die before they reach the  age of one year, and in every province  of the Dominion there is the same appalling loss of precious little lives annually. Most of these deaths are due  to disorders of the stomach or bowels,  and most of these little lives could be  saved if mothers kept always at hand  a simple remedy to give the little one  Ot the first sign of trouble. Such a  medicine is Baby's Own Tablets, which  .Gures-Gonstipat-ionj-diarrhoear-indiges-  tion, simple fevers, teething troubles,  worms and other minor ailments,  which, if not treated promptly become  most serious. And the mother has a  positive guarantee that these-Tablets  contain no poisonous opiate or harmful  drug. They are equally good for the  new born baby or the well grown child.  Thousands of mothers say Baby's  Own Tablets have saved the lives of  their little ones. You can get the  Tablets from any druggist or by mail  at 25 cents a box by writing the Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  LEW WALLACE'S UNWRITTEN  NOVEL.  The great American novel, according to the late Lew Wallace, was "Mur-  vale Eastman," by Tourgee���������a book of  fifteen years ago. It has a sub-title,  "Christian Socialist," and is a story  that few people have read, as it was  issued by a small publishing house.'  General Wallace thought this title detracted from its interest, as people  might imagine it a life of a socialist  leader or a treatise on socialism. General Wallace himself had in mind an  American novel. He once said that it  was his intention to write this story  after he had completed his memoira  His theme was the striving of Americans to accomplish wonderful things  in an incredibly short time. His hero  was to be a restless American who  lived for a few years in Europe, then  in Australia, in Africa, and in South  America, and who, finally, after years  of wandering, returns to his own country only to start again upon his journey, never satisfied, never happy, the  spirit of an Indian within him , and  the childlike desire to see new scenes.  In each of these countries his hero  have been suggestive of "The Wander-  have been suggestive of "The Wandering Jew," with the element of rligious  controvrsy eliminated.  TBEY MADE THIS  COUPLE HAPPY.  OODD'S KIDNEY PILLS DOING GOOD  WORK AROUND PORT ARTHUR.  Mr. Dick Souvey and Wife Both Had  Kidney Troubles, and the Great Canadian Kidney Remedy Cured Them.  Port Arthur, Ont, May 8.���������(Special)  ���������That Dodd's Kidney Pills cure the  Kidney ills of men and women alike  has been proved time and again in this  neighborhood, but it is only occasionally they get a chance to do double  work in the same house. This has  happened in the case of Mr. and Mrs.  Dick Souvey, a farmer and his wife,  living about seven miles from here.  In an interview Mr. Souvey said: "My  Wife and myself have used Dodd's Kidney Pills, and have found them a big  benefit to our health. We had La  Grippe two winters and were exposed  to much frost and cold. Our sleep  was broken on account of urinary  trubles and pain in the Kiuneys. We  each_.took_sixJ)oxes_of_no.ddlc_Kidney-  Pills and now enjoy good health."  The fond father was partaking of  his morning meal when he missed a  piece of toast. "I shall have to keep  my eyes on my toast after this," he  said, looking quizzically at his little  girl, who sat beside him. "If you keep  'oo eyes on 'oo toast, daddy," she said  very emphatically, "I'll eat 'em."  The following telephone conversation is reported to have been heard  between a certain well.known young  financier and a society woman whose  functions are   considered   somewhat  boring:    "Is this Mr.  ?"   "Yes."  "This is Mrs.  .   Won't you give  us the pleasure of your company nt  dinner on Monday?"   "I'm sorry Mrs.   , but I havo an   engagement for  Monday." "Can you come Tuesday,  then?" "Why, It is most unfortunate,  but I havo a partial engagement for  Tuesday also." "Well, how about  Wednesday?" "Oh, hang It! I'll como  Monday."  A Magic Pill.--Dyspepsia is a foe  with which men are constantly grappling but cannot exterminate. Subdued, and to all appearances vanquished in one, it makes its appearance in  another direction. In many the digestive apparatus Is as delicate as the  mechanism of a watch or scientific instrument in which even a breath of air  will make a variation. With such persons disorders of the stomach ensue  from the most trivial causes and cause  suffering, To these Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are recommended as mild  and suro.  Tho   Do in on   Dyspepsia.���������Tn oldon  times it was a popular belief that demons moved invisibly through tho ambient nlr, seeking lo on tor Into men  nnd troublo thorn.   At tho present day  tho domon, dyspepsia, Is at largo ln[  Iho sumo way, Rooking habitation In j  l hopo who by enrelesR or unwise living !  Invito lilm,   And once ho enters a man I  It is difficult lo dislodge lilm.   Ho Unit |  finds   himself   ho   poHHUHsod   should,  know thnt a vnllnnt friend to do bnttlo  for lilm with the unseen I'oo Is Purine-  loo's Vegetithlo Pills, which uro ovor  ready for Iho trial.  DODD'S'  ��������� % I  aSJajM y/i L_   I    '/*  ���������'i{ PILLS  li'',!.'-\\\\^n|SF/  III Tl*"  RACING DOE8 NOT IMPROVE  HOR8EFLE9H.  Tho met* horso Is a tool of tho grime  Just us Ivory .chips uro tools of tho  gumo of faro. Would ivory-chip carving, and tho consequent fnro ganio, Improve tho bred of olophnnts? Is racing, with Its felon corollaries of murder and lurcony, women disgraced and  nion destroyed, tho ono lono hopo of  Iho horso? With Us horsos llko groy-  hounds, good only for a mllo, docs it  produce tlioso draught animals that  Komi Uonliour painted,' Did it give us  tlio cob, ui Un* ctirriiiiic, ui thc slow  horso? Cuttle ami hogs havo boon  enrrlod In thoir culture to ox-  tromost heights. And yot whon and  whoro   woro   Durhamb or Berkshlres  ,...,.    ,|H       TV.       InjMi'nvn       ll;o       V< !''"'���������'?    of  homes!   After this solemn assuranco  ���������writ In tho law It Is���������ono Is propnred  to hoar that tho famous gooso and turkey ruco, run on tho Brighton road a  century and a third ago. was proposed  by Mr. BcrKloy and nrrnngod by Col-  onei with a punuwo <>f improving the  brood of those contending fowls, and  ; nut, us hi:;'-).')"    .':tiplin.;".;, to rob the  I Prince of Wiilcs of   fifteen thousand  I giilnons.   Some thief, ,-nught stealing  i tho communion service, or tho candle-  Htlcku from the altar, will yet explain  I that he does it to Improve bit soul!  WHERE TRUE HEROISM IS FOUND  Professor William James, of Harvard University, relates that, upon a  certain journey, he was questioning  heroism of llfo was passing out of  human socioty; and that, at the vory  moment, ho looked from tho car window nnd suddenly got sight of a numbor ot'workman porfornilng somo task  on tho dizzy ledgo of an Iron construction nl, a goat height. This at onco  brought to his mind a sonso of the  everyday bravery of men in ovoryday  occupiillnns. It (liiRhed upon him, on  tho Instant, that tho truo heroism of  llfo In found not only on tho duy of  battlo nnd In desperate udvouturos,  but also In building ovory bridge, or  In thu ordinary day-by-day service of  tho world, whether of tho sailor upon  his dock, the brakonuin upon his train,  tho lumberman upon his raft, or whatever olso' men are at work. "As I  tuvbliQ to this unldoullzod heroic llfo  around mo," ho says, "tho scales soom-  KIDNEY CELLS  DESTROYED.  By Repeated Attacks of Disease���������Surprising Results  Obtained by the Use of  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PELLS.  Because it io sometimes a slow and  lingering malady, people are prone to  overlook the destructive tendencies ot  kidney disease.  They forget that the wasting process brings about a change in the  cellular tissue which practically renders the kidneys useless as filtering  organs.  Continued paleness and loss of  flesh, pains in the back and loins, dry,  harsh skin, severe headaches and backaches; scanty, highly colored urine;  painful, scalding urination; stomach  troubles and irregular oowels are  among the symptoms of kidney disease.  As a cause of downright suffering  few diseases are to betcompared with  kidney disease, and the results are  frequently fatal, the end coming suddenly and unexpectedly. ,  By their direct and wonderfully  prompt action on tho kidneys, Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills call a  quick halt to the advance of kidney  disease.  By their combined action on kidneys, liver and bowels, they prove effective in complicated cases in which  ordinary kidney medicines bring little  or no relief.  Mr. W. Smith, Port Dalhousie, Ont,  writes: "For some years I was afflicted with kidney disease and gravel in  its most severe form, having often a  stoppage of water accompanied by the  most dreadful agony. As the disease  wore on me I became reduced in flesh  and I passed sleepless nights. No  doctor was able to do much for me and  I used many medicines without obtaining more than temporary relief. My  attention was directed to Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills, and by using this  treatment the disease was eradicated  from my system in less than six  months. I have gained in weight,  sleep well and feel better than I have  for twenty years. These pills have  fully restored me to good and'perfect  health."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills have  thoroughly proven their genuine indisputable merit, and you can use them  knowing of a certainty that you will  receive all the benefit that would bo  derived from the attention of the most  skillful physician. One pill a dose, 25  cents a box, at all dealers, or Edman.-  son, Bates & Co. Toronto.  ed to fall from my eyes, and a wave  of sympathy greater than I had ever  before felt with the common life of  common men began to fill my soul."  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  HE  THOUGHT   HE  STOPPED  THE  PAPER.  An acquaintance met Horace Greeley  one day, and said: "Mr. Greeley. I've  stopped your paper." "Have you?"  said the editor. "Well, that's too  bad." And he went his way. The next  morning Mr. Greeley met his subscriber again,' and said: "I thought you had  stopped the Tribune." "So I did."  "Then there, must be some mistake,"  said Mr. Greeley, " for I just came  from the office and the presses were  running, the clerks were as busy as  ever, the compositors were hard at  work, and the business was "going on  ���������the-same-as-yesterday-and-t-he-d'ay-be"*  fore." "Oh," ejaculated the subscriber, "I didn't mean that I had stopped  the paper; I stopped only my copy of  it, because I didn't like your editorials." "Pshaw!" retorted Mr. Greeley.  "It wasn't worth taking up my time to  tell me such a trifle,as that. My dear  sir," if you expect to control the utterance of the 'Tribune' by the purchase  of one copy a day, or if you think to  Iind any newspaper or magazine worth  reading that will never, express convictions at right angles with your own,  you are doomed to disappointment."  C C. RICHARDS & CO.  Dear Sirs,���������Your MINARD'S LINIMENT is our remedy for sore throat,  colds and all ordinary ailments.  It never fails to relieve and cure  promptly.  CHARLES WHOOTEN.  Port Mulgrave.  Accosted Party���������Aren't you ashamed  to beg for ten cents? Woary Willy-  Yes, sir; when I sees deso college presidents hoggin' for millions It makes  mo feci llko an amateur.  THE PRESIDENT A SLAVE TO OATARRH  -11, T. Biiinplo, pronlilont of Siiniplu'ii Inntulniciit  Company, WnnliliiRtnii, Pn,, wrlti-m For yonr*I wiih  ntlllrtml with Cliroiilo Outnrrh. llnmmllo* nnil trmt-  in mit liy fiponliillM.* only kuvo mo tnmponiry roller  until 1 wim Imlutioil to try Mr, A|intiw,������ Ontiirrlmi  l'owilur.   It uiivo ulmoKt Innlimt roliof.   SO f-outt-.-'Q  "Hallo, Pat, I hear your dog is  (load?" "Ho Is." "Was It a lap dog?"  "Yos; It would lap anything." "What  did It dlo of?" "It died of a Tuesday."  "I moan how did It die?" "It died on  Its back," "I moan, how did tho dog  moot Its doath?" "it didn't moot Its  (loath. Its doath ovortoolc it." "I  want to' know what was tho com-  liluint?"   "No   complaint.   Kvoryauo  for miles round appeared to be satisfied:" "I wish to know how did it  occur?" "The dog was not a cur; he  was a thoroughbred animal,", "Tell me  what disease did the dog die of?" "He  went to fight a circular saw." "What  was the result?" "The dog only lasted  one round."  Minard's Liniment Lumberman'sFriend  A Woodstock special says:���������The  Hon. James Sutherland, minister of  public works in the federal administration, died here on Wednesday afternoon. Mr, Sutherland has been seriously ill for some time past, but nevertheless, the sudden crisis took his family and friends by surprise. He was  born in Wentworth county In July,  1S49. He was first elected to the house  of commons in 1880 for North Oxford  and has represented that constituency  ever since. He was appointed minister  of public works in November, 1902.  Mr. Sutherland was a Presbyterian  and unmarried. Mr. Hyman .of London, Ont., is acting minister.  Here is an essay on babies by an  English board school boy: "Babys are  little red things without bones nor  teeth. Thoy havo various sisos, but  just after thoy are borned thoy are  called bypeds; their bonos aro grlsle.  They aro two sects, male and fomalo,  and are also very fat. Whon vory  young they do not havo much hair.  They are always asleep only whon crying. Women and girls go silly ovor  babys, and kiss them all ovor and say  silly things. That's why girls have  dolls when thoy haven't any little  brothors. Everybody 'as to bo a baby  first.   That's all I know about babys."  "Why, good morning, llarUer; let mo  congratulate you." "On what?" "On  your maiTingo." "Why, 1 am not married." "But, num. you told mo several  weeks ago that you woro seriously  Ihlnklng of matrimony." "That's just  it. 1 thought seriously of It and do-  elded to remain single. Thoso that  marry do so without thinking."  Keep Mlnard's Liniment In tho house.  Free Gifts of Toilet Soaps  Use tSUNLIQHT AOAP and SAVH, THE COUPONS.  The Coupons are the same as cash because they can be exchanged for Toilet  Soaps for which you have to pay out money every week.  Users of SUNLIGHT and CHEERFUL SOAPS ran get their TOTT.ET  SOAPS for nothing.  Ask your grocer for paitlculars 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  me everyday.  ' tooo  LEVER BROTHERS  LIMITED, TORONTO, CANADA.  i%  w.  i  Pi-  I  5?  I  I  39.  V  Always a Good Friend.���������In health  and happiness we need no friends but  when pain and prostration come we  look for friendly aid from sympathetic v  hands. These hands can serve us no  better than in rubbing in Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil, for when the Oil is in  the pain is out. It has brought relief  to thousands who without it would be  indeed friendless.  Mr.    Headstall��������� That    horse    you ' - ���������  bought yesterday is a vicious looking  animal.    Is he kind?    Mr. Cropper-  Kind?   I should think so.   Why, when  ���������he-oame-oub- of��������� the-stable-he-stood������������������v-  upon his hind legs and tried to em-      *v  brace me. yi "'��������� msrmm  COURAGE  THAT  WON  ......By Frank H. Sweet  CopuriQht, 190k, by Frank H. Sweet  Judge Pauls went down the office  steps briskly, his face, which a few  moments before had been creased into  a frown, now beaming with the satisfaction of duty well done. He had forbidden* the new doctor, who had no  prospects and no faculty for money  making, to visit his house any more.  From what he knew of Edith and what [  be had seen In tho young doctor's eyes  he felt that he need apprehend no  further trouble, and the affair had not  gone far enough for either of the young  people to suffer any heartache.  Dr. Phil was standing in front of an  open window in bis office, his hands  thrust deep into his pockets, gazing out  at the judge as he crossed the street  and passed on through the field opposite toward the river, probably to see  if the'swollen torrent was doing any  damage to his lands. Then, with the  same strong, self contained look which  the judge had seen and, against his  will, admired, the young doctor turned  back into his office.  There was no despondency in his"  clear gray eyes, no weakening of bis  square chin. He had fought his way  from almost absolute ignorance at  twelve in the depths of a coal mine  through various situations to one school  after another, through college and medical school and hospital practice, until  now he -was here in an office of bis  own waiting for the first patient.  There was a large back region of  farm and mountain people here, and  once he could gain their confidence it  ���������would offer him such a field as he loved, a life of bard, continuous work,  ���������with much of it in long journeyings  under the open sky. The horror pf his  early boyhood in tbe black depths of  the mine could never lenye him; to be  in the open air was to be in God's own  world. The matter of recompense in  money never troubled him.  As he turned from the window a man  came hurrying across a field from "the  direction of the river.    Reaching the  TEH ANIMAL SEEMED TO  THINS XT VOOZi*  HARDY TO X-BOOUED.     '  opposite fonco, bo vaulted over without seeking the gate and ran straight  to Dr. Phil's ofllco.  "Hollo, doctor!" ho called sharply.  ���������Toil got a tolophouo?'*  "Yob."  "Woll, you call down to Dr. Potors  at tlio Ferry road an' toll lilm to hurry  to Dan St His' houso, on t'othor Bide tho  rlv-or���������toll lilm Lonesome valley, Dan  jost hollorod across to mo an' said his  wlfo'd cut horsolf with an ax, bad,  an' they was UolUlu' buck tho bloodlu'  woll's thoy could, The brldgo lg down  to tho Forry road."  "But It's noarly twenty miles to tbo  Ferry bridge. It will take Dr. Potors  hours to roach her."  "Can't help that. No man could get  across tbe rivor this aide the brldgo, an'  Dr. Peters Is the nearest You'd have  to go forty mllos."  Dr. Pbll was hurriedly gathorlng up  Swuc ILInja from his tnblo.  "There's the bvnnr-h thnt run** Into  tho rivor from tho mountains," ha called ovor bis shoulder. "Aftor this  freshet It must bo a torrent, as dangerous as tlie river Itsolf. Dr. Peters  vviulsl ucver cross It.  He lo too old."  The man's countenance fell. "That's  so," bo admitted, "I'd forgot all about  tbo branch. I s'pose It's Jost tear In'  now. Woll, I'll bollor back to Dan an'  tell bim a doctor'll bo ovor jost as  noon's the water goes down a little  an' tbat tboy must do tbe best tbey  cnn."  " You'll do nothing of the sort llur-  ry round to tbe stablo behind tbe office and bring my horse. You'll find  tlie bridle banging oa a peg. Never  mind a saddle; that will bt too much  weight."  *But wbf *'���������*-  "Hurry, 1 tell youi" thundered Dr.  Phil. "The woman may be bleeding  to death. I'll be ready by the time  you are back."  When the man appeared Dr. Phil  was at the corner of the office, and he  threw himself Instantly > upon the  horse's back.  "You can't go"��������� the man tried to  say, but Dr. Phil did not hear bim. He  was tearing across the street, and  when they came to the fence the horse  took it at a bound; A few mlnutei  later they were at the river.  Sfiveral men were working Im th*  edge of the water, trying to rescue  lumber and other floating wreckage  from the torrent. Judge Pauls was  standing on the bank watching them.  As the horse dashed down the bank  the men threw up their hands warn-  ingly.  "You can't cross here!" one of them,  yelled.   "It's sure death!"  "A woman's on the other side dying,"  was Dr. Phil's only answer.  He did not even attempt to check  the horse, but plunged into the water  at full speed.  This horse was the only piece of  property that Dr. Phil owned, and he  una,oeen aDie to mane tne purcnase  because the ugliness and viciousness  and small size of the animal had made  the price very low. But the horse was  apparently afraid of nothing in the  world and had strong staying powers,  aud these, were qualities which soon  convinced the young doctor that he had  obtained the Very animal he needed  without regard to price.  However, with that rushing, roaring  torrent before him, the animal seemed  to think it foolhardy to proceed; for  before he had gone a dozen feet from  shore he tried to turn and swim back.  But now the firm, masterful hand of  the rider was controlling his bead, the  calm, inflexible voice was sounding encouragingly in his ears, and after a few  ineffectual attempts to turn the horse  directed his gaze toward the opposite  shore and did what Dr. Phil was doing  ���������his best.  But' no living thing could stem or  cross that mad rush of water, and this  Dr. Phil well knew. He must reach  the other side, but he was not foolhardy.        :* r  The torrent was winding in Its course.  Dr. Phil's gaze had swept keenly from  "b'ank-to-bankrthen-he-forced-his-h6rse������  into a current which approached the  opposite shore nearly a half mile down.  To the horrified spectators it looked as  though they were being swept away,  powerless to help themselves, as, indeed, they were for the time being. All  Dr. Phil dfd was to guide the horse,  and all the horse could do was to keep  them abovo water. But as the current  approached its nearest point to the other shore, not more than ten feet distant, Dr. Phil suddenly slipped into  the water, with his hand twisted in  the horse's mane, and in that position,  freed from his weight and with the  strong right arm assisting by quick,  powerful strokes, the horse threw himself forward with a desperate effort  which brought his feet upon the bottom. A few minutes later they emerged  from the water and staggered up the  bank.  Dr. Phil did not hesitate. Lonesome  valley was two miles away, and he  could reach it more quickly on foot  than he could on tbo horse in Its present exhausted condition. So he turned  the animal loose; perhaps he could recover bim again when be returned.  Ho found the woman weak from loss  of blood and lack of proper attention.  Another hour's delay might have been  fatal. He remained with hor two days,  until she was out of danger, and then  roturned to tho river. Contrary to bis  expectation, be found the horse grazing  quietly within a fow rods of whoro b������  had left bim, and tho animal greeted  bim wltb an unmistakable whinny of  plensuro nnd rollof. Porbaps tho common dangor In tho rivor and the manner of escape bad won tbo horso's respect and dopondonco; possibly tho animal was already becoming fond of bim,  Dr. Phil bad not received a fee for Ills  services, but the family's gratltudo and  tbe way tbo horse trotted toward bim.  whinnying, woro enough, and be ro-  croBBod tlio rivor wltb buoyant heart.  In his desk bo found a letter which  road:  ��������� My Dear Dootor-I was a little hasty  tha other day. and I reullzod It when I  ���������aw you crowing tho river. Will you  overlook It by taking dinner with iih Sunday? HENRY PAULS.  angels. The sorry truth of the matter  is that slaves under Mohammedan rule  are much better off than they ever  were under the rule of white men in  America and elsewhere."  The Permanent Novel.  "The novel that has inherent and  permanent value that will secure for it  a place in literature," said a well  known author a few days ago, "rarely  exceeds an edition of ten or fifteen  thousand copies, and moro often the  limit is 5,000, while the one that is  ephemeral, but catches the public fancy, may have a sale of fifty or a hundred thousand. Books of the latter class  put money into the pockets of both author and publisher, but it does not  come from the most discriminating  readers. Of the class in question the  field is limited, and, while they establish the reputation and permanent value of the really literary production,  they are not included in the clientele of  the author who is willing to sacrifice  quality and style to Increase his revenues from royalties. The novel that attains a wide but brief popularity does  not anneal to thp Ut.o*-arv Haas."  XTHE BORROWING HABIT. .  Humor <mb Philosophy  By DUNCAN M. SMITH  Copyright, 1904. by Duncan M. Smith.  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  -4  , In spite of the Don't Worry clubs all  the ijcople worry some of the time, and  some of the people worry all of the  time.  A mnn isn't funny when he wo. ..a  hard at it.  DAINTINESS.  -,������������������/  a Very  It Id a. Very Easy One nnd  Bad One to Acquire.  An article Is written in one of tbe recently published magazines explaining  how the editor of that magazine has  been puzzled by a girl who wrote him  a letter asking what to do about a debt  that was due her from a friend. The  friend asked the girl to buy her a pair  of gloves during a. visit to a distant  city. The glove? were bought, cost $3  and were sent by an early mail. The  friend responded, said the gloves were  received, fitted nicely and then wrote of  other things. When the purchaser returned the friend called, again expressed her approval of the gloves, but made  no inquiry concerning the price and  never after mentioned the subject. The  girl wished to know whether she ought  to forget that money, which she could  not afford to lose, or speak of the matter to the friend, who was a wealthy  girl, able to pay, but who might cease  considering the girl a friend after being  "dunned" for a debt. The editor gave  the matter up, stating that it rested  wholly on the question of which it  JWauldJ>.eJb!.ettejr^^  the friend. The girl gave it up and lost  the money, but kept her friend. There  are too many girls and women of this  style who easily forget their debts. The  editor heard of a" girl who had plenty  of money, but who always had a habit  of "being short of change" and borrowing right and left among her friends.  The debts were never paid and the  bills were never presented, though  the friends said things about her lack  of honesty when she was not near to  hear. It ls a very easy matter to borrow of one's friends, but a very bad  habit to acquire. Having borrowed,  however, the least one can do is to repay promptly.���������Brockton Times.  Children are i*:-i-  I tative   and   soiii..  i times tell l"?s. aui:  their parents- wonder bow they ever  learned it.  Some men's heads are so swelled thai  it is a shame to have to crowd theminto a two dollar hat  Some people are Jolly because they  can't help it  Job would hardly have succeeded in  making a record if he had lived In a  flat  The man who never argues, simply  lays down the law.  A bachelor Is a misanthrope who  prefers a state of lone cupidity to i  state of cupid's own-ity.  The Quality Tbnt Develops the Great-  eat Chnriu In Woman,  If any woman in the world were allowed three wishes she would nine  chances to one demand beauty, wealth  and cleverness. In this order are the  good things of life valued by a woman.  She would rather have a pretty face  than anything else in the world- Next  to that she wants the money; wherewith to dress up to that pretty face,  and, finally, for no reason in particular,  she would like n little brains thrown  in, just enough to make her clever at  repartee and ablo to say nice things  when they are needed and able to understand learned things when they are  said.  Yet no amount of money Jn the  world, no beautiful face, no cleverness,  can make up for a lack of daintiness.  Daintiness is the quality Which in s,  man's eyes distinguishes a woman from  the other sex and from all others of her  own sex It is the quality which gives  her charm .of manner, of voice and of  appearance. tl ;  The most beautiful face In the world  Is not, attractive to a man if it is surrounded by a mass of frouseled hair  and wears a coarse expression. The  cleverest speech that ever fell from a  woman's lips would not interest a masculine listener or rouse his admiration  if it were full of coarse phrases. No  gown that was loud in color, bold in  cut or untidy about the edges ever  charmed a m.an, no matter if it were  worth Its Weight in gold.  "Daintiness is not something to be  relegated to' our maiden aunts. It is  not to be" confounded with primness  ' and rosemary. It is the secret of feminine charm. 'The moment a w*om"an  loses her daintiness she loses, her identity. She is no longer a woman, and,  not.being a man, she is a nonentity.���������  New York Press.  THE TACTFUL WOMAN.  tln-rea of tbe Orient.  "In Zanzibar and Pemba slaves are  very slow to take advantago of tho regulations that give ttiera the right io  claim their fieudoiu," says a liuvdcr,  "Tbey realize that bo loug as thoy aro  well used their position Is superior to  that of tbt man whose freedom Is bis  sole asset I havo found tho aamo attitude In north Africa. From Morocco  to Tripoli one sees most of tbe slavos  well content and nourishing. The famino, tbe locusts, tbe drought and ths  tax collector have no torror for thorn.  Work keeps them hoaltby, tbey have  enough to eat and drink, and the futurs  has no meaning at all. There is promotion, there ure coiifiilonUiil mUtilous  to governors and friends that elovate ������  ���������lave, if only in the eyes of bis fellows,  and there Is always a chance of manumission when the owner dies and  wishes to have some good deeds recorded lo tho book* of U'am a re-curding  lino Is Always Able to Smooth Hot  i    Path Through Life.  If there ls one thing more than another which serves to make one's pathway along this "vale of tears" a bit  smoother it ls the possession of tact  Call it scheming, hypocrisy, what you  will, it is a priceless possession which  Will bring large dividends, payable on  presentation.  In tbo bustle and bustle of this twentieth century, when, as some ono has  ���������aid, "if one stops to tie bis shoestrings he Is left behind," It is tbe tactful person who ls going to get most out  of life.  Tbs woman wbo understands bor  own possibilities and limitations so  well that she knows Just when and  wbero to supplement ber own capabilities by using those of others and wbo  sees tbt limitations of others and  makes up for tbelr lack wltb her own  rosourcos baa, after all, only borself to  thank for any success slit may obtain.  Tbo tactful woman knows tbat sbt  cannot afford to "cut" oven hor "dearest oaemy;" tbat sho must lot many llttlo tilings pass by and smile and smile.  Sbo cultivates tht art of ranking people think she likes thorn and Is Interested wbert slit might find a ready excuse for bolng bored.���������Now York Mall,  A gentleman is one who gives up hia  seat as cheerfully to a woman as to a  lady. -."  If golf were not fashionable it would  bjuworlc. '        _V  In the Country.  When the rattle of the reaper  Waken the echo of the hill, ���������������  Rousing me, an idle sleeper,  Down behind the old sawmill,  Lazily I turn me over  On my bed of fragrant clover.  Seems to me, our country cousins  Don't appreciate the tunes  That the birda, by tens and dozens,  Warble through the leafy Junes.  Very simple is the reason,  They art grubbing all the season.  Not for me the rasp and rattle;  Of the reaper In the wheat.,  I had rather watch the cattle  Of the fragrant clover eat  Rather He here, cool and lazy,  Than to labor till I'm crazy.  Draughts of perfume, sweet as honey,  Loose are lying round up here,  But the hired man���������It's funny-  Says he'd rather havo some beer;  Says the stuff that nature mixes  Isn't what the barkecp Axes.  SOILED CARPETS.  How Ther May Be Cleaned and The if  Colors Brightened.  Carpets which have grown dirty,  have lost their color and have become  dull and old: looking can be nicely renovated in the following manner: Cut up  .Into-Kery,small.,p.ie_ces_ab,oiiJ;.JLnj3*mce_  of soap and make it into a lather with  a pint of boiling water; then add another quart of water and an ounce of  borax,   '  Put this mixture on the range and  bring���������lt to1 a boil; then remove it, and  when it.is quite cool add an ounce of  alcohol; one,-of..ammonia and half an  oi*,nce,of glycerin. Do but a small portion of the carpet at a time, and renovate it by wetting a clean flannel cloth  lh' the above mixture nnd rubbing ia  vigorously until the spots are removed  and the color brought back. Another  "way to bring the colors out may be  used, and it may be accomplished in  the ordinary sweeping If salt or dried  tea loaves or a mixture of both be  thickly sprinkled on the carpet an hour  before tho sweeping is begun. Uso a  good, stiff broom when sweeping, and  the whole appearance of tho carpet will  bo marvelously Improved.  DRESS HINT3.  Always fold a skirt tbe right side out  for packing, for thus only can you Insure Its smootbnoss,  Wear nothing which will attract attention by its coukpkuoutui**, <^uict  elogance ls always Indicative of a refined taste,  It Is wiser,' both tor economy and  comfort, to wear alternately two pairs  of shoes rather than to wear one pair  all tbe tlmo.  Spnco In a crowdod closet can be  saved by using tbe patent bangers  made for men's trousers, tho little metal  strip holding a dross skirt smoothly  across tlie front breadth.  "Pun are ono Item of dress that Im-  prove with weailng," said tbe head of  a large wholesale establishment "The  more tbe warmth from tho wearer's  body gets through the fur tbe betto*.  as this keeps the skin soft and pliable  tad adds to tbe luster of tbe nap."  Did You Ever?  Did you ever wake up in the-morning with a start under tho impression  that you bad overslept yourself, jump  up and on looking at your watch discover tliat It was a half hour earlier  than usual and then crawl back for  a little nap?  It ls Just like finding money. You  bad expected tbat you would have to  Jump Into your clothes, hurry through  your breakfast and run to catch the  train, and you find instead that you  have time for one moro dream and tnon  sufficient time to tie yonr necktie and  leisurely discuss tho coffee and rolls.  Few Joys are equal to this. Meeting  an old friend or discovering a stray  dime In the pocket of an old vest cannot match It  You strotch yourself thoroughly, lay  out plans for tho duy and whon tho  half hour has about oxpirod you slowly arise and look at your watch again  and find tbat It has stopped and that  according to Its count you still have  that half hour.  Drink Whit You Can.  "Drink deep at knowledge's fount or not  at ell."  Buch  sayings  always make  one  cry  "Enough."  For one should take a drink, however  small,  ���������o It's enough on which te hang a  bluff.  w'ortf* Vfould Fail,  "How does it feel to be disappointed  lo lover  "Ever run over by a railroad train  nnd then have some one come aud rub  salt on tbe sort placesV"  "No."  "No use trying to tell you.*  No Thought e! the Future,  Ht praised her hands, for they were fair}  He i!i.i r..\ Ut*"*v. h������ <!M not care.  So to discover illd not try  If they timid frame a pie.  TOILET TIPS.  Pure almond oil will not hurt the  most delicate skin.  Salt water acts as a tonic on tho skin.  Gently spatted on the face, it will help  mako the cuticle firm.  When massaging to plump the orms  and throat, uso cocoa butter, It is better ond cheaper tliun cold cream,  Rose wator, eight ounces, and tine-  turo of bonsoln, two drams,-mako ont  of the best skin'tonics and wbltcnors.  Almond meal cleanses tho faco and  leaves it in a Hinootii condition. Mix a  small quantity with roso water and  massage the wholo faco wltb this, afterward rinsing off with topld water.  Hair can bo curled constantly on the  Iron without injury, providing tho iron  Is not too hot. If tlio hair Ih woll curled Immediately after shampooing the  curl will remain in longer, tho ordinary  bood of hair retaining It for a week.  Women Bli on ia Walk Vore.  Doctors who huvo closely studied the  matter unhesitatingly assert that walk-  lug is tlie best eierclKo a woman can  engage la- for tho development of her  physical charms. Tho woman who ls  In tho Imblt of taking a car ride every  tlmo sho wishes to travel a few liuu-  drcd yards Is tho one who bus a bad  complexion and complains of growing  Stout,   biiv wui u-ti you mm uer op me  Uvuuica Lur Ulel iioil iai iVi-i ....: ..,c>.'-  malic; thut sbocuuuot wttlk-poslilvely  must not do so, If yon are among the  numbor, take a walk every dny, give  up tho car habit unions you hnvo some  real riding to uo or tune i������ nu otgeci  and every day walk a llttlo farther.  An excellent thing Is exwdHP, nnd if  you do not And walking ngrei-s with  you, then take to the gymnasium. After you hnvo tried nil tho Indoor physical exercises try the o-.i'.i ������:r ones.  Wouldn't Mind Her.  The Tlnln Uirl-~I never allow men to  kins me.  The i-rrtty One-I wl*a I could find  some men ot thn* *ort  M|������,r,l,  j Casey���������'Tls hard lurk about Kearney,  i 01 hear ho lifld to hnve hU li-g out off  jbectiuno tlio nnl'lo nn' iho kniK-. Can.  [tidy���������Ay, the doeihorn dwl<l������*d that to  ! save the whole Kg they'd have to cut  ' off part if It s*B-.,iSrH4'-i .>vi���������������'r "���������.I'll* ���������������    i '      *���������  -*4 We Sell FLOUR.  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  " Electric Process "  FIVE ROSES  '��������� Patent Process ���������'  l-tmainTrntrTin  Oiir Prices the Lowest,  Do Not Take a Cheap or Inferior  Flour when you can get these Two Standard  FJours at the Same Pr'oe.    ;   ;    ;    ;    ;  t        r  '.      >  ���������PEEDS OF AlaX, KIN IDS  Piggs& Whyte.  We note that in the letter**, Supt.  Jlobison to T. H, C*rey, and T- H.  Carey to W. B Anderson, re t-chooi  uiai-tpr ftalsit going into tho newspaper hufinet-S, the. word** occur  '���������Itm-tee** have no jurUdipUoq" ap  pliwl tn t, aoherp nnderiBking other  'wotsi. With al d e deference lo he  wii-dom of the writar.-, we must beg  leavetodiB.igr.e with them on this  pbint. Sohool masu-rs are encaged  tp 4p cprtftin specific work. Trustees are elected hy the public, to see  that thJB work is carried out in the  interest1* of the public���������who pay  (he School rnat-tera. And those  &r unties have jurisdiction over those  teacher**, to insist that they shall  dp that work and no other      If  tftey ha?e~not, th"en"f|le~WhT)"i"r*Bys-  tem is a farpe, and it School mas'erB  are allowed to gp, into other biiKi-  neps they ere-jie ft fripiioii with the  public, which in a short time will  pause a feeling of contempt and die  truist of the. whole educational pys-  tem, a growing idea that there ie a  graft in the service, and incidentally  this antagonistic feeling will surely  enporjopasa   and   fwuJIow   up  the  poftrds of trustees.   That the Gpv-  prnraeiu pf the country JP fully a-  live to this contingency, is shewn  hy their etript and explicit instruct  ions to all civil servants to indulge  in no side iw-uea under pain of in-  Ptant  dismissal.    They   will not  stand iu the criiicii-ud and held  in  disrepu e because a servant of the  public, no matter how  papular, is  y,reedy ������t*o������*>?h tqatten*pi to tqHke  two   livings.     Most   corporations  and even private employtes follow  tne same course, and insist that em  ployees must cjeyple their time."  to  the duties ihey t\peengaged for.  Tn  the case of Sonnpl boards, it is different, why, j< if hard io nee, n������;d  ihe namrul in fort-mo of any  thinl*-  jug port-on, is that ihey are either  afraid to iiifisl upuu exolui-ive r-er  yice, or that they are partial, and  in either ense, they are  not acting  in the best jnV rests of the puhlic.  They pannot be)   In this diwtrict,  llwre are several pen-on-*1 who have  through hard work, and tnuoh expense, obtained oertiflcule-j as teacher.   Some of thexe  havp repented  ly applied fur positions in the school  here, and have never ye* succeeded.  They are competent, or the Normal  Sohool is at fault, and they would  tie glad to get the work, at' the go  inn -"alarics, without dahhlin-r in  tino:ho** pursun's menu* of livelihood  So much for tlio "No jurisdiction"  hut Mr H'.'ii'oiary ���������J.trt.y htm uot <a-  piuiiiod wity U'U;-.-' ruim y wn.-. pro  liii-ied iu iuIviuicu no ."t'ourity for  a  lo;in--wc have ul'.-i-ady  '.old   what  that loan ivw for,  OHANUi'MC :.** ensue bhatk.in.  There wsi a considerable con-  ciurse of people ii Cumberland dui-  tnp the ceiotirnnno u\ tne |'4ui oi  July, a 1through the weather  wih  not in in merriest mood.   &lv ���������"������������������>'  before 12 o'cluck the gentle rain  begin to full causing a number of  the* sweater not to take the shortest  e/ay hmpe uf they had nil donned <  their Sunday he-tt in endeavoring j  IQ show their visitors Uiai Ciiuiitvr- j  Und  Indie*   know  how to  dr������w.  Cucuberlmid  is not a prohibition  town-   But we doubt very   uuiih i  ^���������'������������������jcrief ftuftr)e(iitt������i w'tH'h f-Miic-iy-**  !  themselves to be set upon oa hiuj,  eminence for sobriety  a���������d ���������.g,,.eral  j moral e5.-elence,ciuld  cD*-dUc;l  a  ' ^,e,"������,:������" 7?d e*- er ain a  gatlier-  n* w.th lujjuie that cou.J offend  hen.p.st  F������nsuive  upon  ihe ,ub  eat  of propnetv,    Mtt,,y" faiuiiar  laces ue.enou������:ecl among tin poi^u  came from iNanaimo, among others  Mr     and      Mrs      AI.e      j-j-u������-  Mr W. Allsopp, MiweH Warnirt and  oth.rs inr,tje illuming, the (iu���������  Club Shoot look place at u,eir  grounds, and at the sui, tim,, u,������  Oreraen-s compeiti-ms were pulled  oft in town after whicn iho U,������  bah game took place. At I u Ul  f^O^gewejijH   walk  nruceeueu  band, and finally drew up a\ ,h���������  reo.eation grounu,, w,TeiB. the  customary addre^es were given,  the speakers r,ein��������� tl), K--v MrUoU  owitn,     ihii program n.e of" ,-poru*  was then proceeiied wiih, aim oar-  r������ngtheuuplea,antn,ss,:f lv������.  flpnalM ,h0WHrit;   Hn  e��������� .    ������  ble afternoon was the result.     The  Ghul0^1^'^ ���������P������^yt.ri������i!  ara i j, f01^00^ ������ refr������;h..������Hn  ar;u ieeo.eam b,o:h, which was  iH'-geiy  patronized;   vvnile   Me^re  soit drinks, frui,  0andy  a, d  -  o.ream.at their siail.  ^ ^'.y Hull, merry coupes  kept  ������l'-''������dnnne until a late h.,ur.   At  he Cumberland Hail the spi.rt.sifs  Za 1 T VI"��������� lhe ���������������*M"g  wt'insloadufexpursioniais, pul,  ^asleit tons own devices and gai-  Thefollouinyisthe 1'st of piiiij  winners;-- ������  W'tXW, 1m.No. 1 team, Cmi.be.lai.il,  88 2-5 .oo, 2.������,i, No'li  teem OuiuUrUad,  d* I fl,  Biue R,ll, Cu.���������her|au,i, j0j udysmjih, a.  BoynFiMRaoe, 1������ yr-.; l.t  J   Walkers  2nd H Sum.  %sKo������UU������.,i(jyri,,lltn0inil Mftg,  non������, \������.h|o lUrriHuni  Hiiiiihiii,  I Milu Footraop, l������t Utile G-iod, 5}iul W.  1 M 1������ Hiayoh- ltnoii, Ut \V. Hunter, ������,nl  Kilpl. Juhnsaii.  100 y.1:.  Ffoiri.ro. |ht ���������- "������������������"-.������������������������������������ii-o.i,  i������i���������l  --   'iMMld,  I' .    ���������  t'J    ���������   \     ).  "V    1'iUjM' nilU''.   ,A i. Al������;.;.iOltu.     ill."  A    IVII 111 li)-,  j|   'li'll;  I'" >���������)rI .!.<���������'.   1 ,(,    !���������'...    -.,,.,      ..   ,1    '���������-  l.'-!-illl  ^L;>0. I   1'W.nui.-, 1st, li,   \\'..\kir���������   y���������l  4     . ....  ''      ,   ' \ I > ' I      . !! 1 ��������� ' ��������� . .  -   '" ' J '       '   i   * *<���������'<���������,     It'     ��������������� .    Hi,iliui.  Su.l Jw IM.c . '  Hif-n Jump, lm F������ri(iitirtn, 2 nl T 11 u l������rm  I nut*! Firntmc-,   l-tt   P^rgunou,   l!..il ",  Omul,  ivitC   VuM.t,.U������i,   ������������^   '������������'   I.ICH.J,   ������i���������,i   i" ,lMU.  ������nn.  Sack H-������ce, Ut A.  CluUon������r,  Sail   VV.  Piercy.  li milu Hicycl.) lUuo,   1st Jiluiion,   2nd  Hu.itnr,  N������*j*<fl������ fhr������3.-ufin({-jintHst, lit H.   Onmer-  on, '2������d W Wslkor.  JA|W,UUC ILcyvti: ItlCU,   I  (,   T.U.UU,   'J.J.l  \oen  W. 0. 0.1. uRtt'layMs I0A  y������t  (uotr-wt*,  W t'h*������n<.i.������-r,'2...I VV%|t������������r.  IbOyd. Ki������nr������c*. I������ Fftrtf-Mtw, SM-ie-  TllJ.  ILF-GEIK BI  1"  FOR    BOYS  ���������is a grt.'ni    Boot'  for   thalf  y " hartnn sfc-.trU'il H    son    oij  ) o.i rs.  It i* nvult- of ail leather  Mel tht: bt;si of-findings,  to stand hard knocks.  Yet it is'a graceful Boot.  >o. as Boys   Boots go  just as well made and ol  .is    honest   leather   as ourd  Mens Boots.  Tell   your   shoe    dealer]  that   you    want     " THEl  LECKIE    BOOT"   and!  [look for   the    trade   mark  \on the sole.  MANUFACTURED  BY  J.L?OIIE,Cfl,)Ltu,I  VANCOUVER B.C.  H-unuier throwiu-j, 1,3.1., 1st - Killeeu,  108ft 4ins; 2-iii T Huilou, 95ft 7ii..s,  Putting the shot,* 1711),'1st Hudson, 34ft  4ins, 2nd Kiileeo, 33ft; 8in.   ,  Football, 2 goalu sach, Ladysmith and  Ouuibtrlaud. An t-xt.a 10 iniuuteM play  each way did not chaiige the result aud the  game thus etandu a. draw.  GUKCLUaSPOOT.   l-it.Eyint^LE,Butt,45_Q3,;J:uu^44!_hoDr  Juo K<nbur>, JaH Kiln Win, VV It Houlr, Napier it Partriili-e and T E  Bate's pri^o,  ���������2-irt E'trnt-H McPheo. $5.40; Jno Rast-  oi., $2 70; T Huda-.n, $1 35.   ,  3i-d Kvent-Ohiw;  Mtrtin,    W  Adam.-*,  J  Vaudeu, 0 H Ft-chuer, ordur on ihe Sec-'ty  of >S.Lmr- > $20 <ii>.  ;.'4*li Evii.il. R Eiiiton, $5 70:   T    E Bale  S'2 85; K. It N.-jii-r, $1 40,  Jiiuk Kaiihit Eveui���������t'his Martia.  WRESTLING.  At tli������ wreHllunj tournament in the evon-  iUi* A ThompHon and A Ohal|..i������er ^aeh  wou a fall in "m pr liminaries, aud fh-oigu  G-iay ea-xly diteauul ���������' Terrihle Teddy " in  tho main eveuf, winni.ia; both fullo in a  short tinn-, 'hi li������������������*��������� with ITalf NijUiiii uud  Suitors ou Imdy u-. 7 miuuto-i the next with  llainmerlock u> 4 -mu, Teddy wub in time  ti' catuh ihe oi m iiig trnin,  A CralXlCNGK.  I hereby ufl'-i' in inrow Ouur.e  Gruy   of  CuiiibeiUi.il t\i um in I Iviur, oiitob aa o-ituh  jhii, for a Bido lut, til $50 unit 75%   of   gate  I'-'Qinpti*  RALPli JOHNSON, Na.mimo, UT  WEDDING.  A (jiilnt wediliii|* wail niiliuiuiized nt Mr  J. Umiuii-'*- hoiimi on Weiliie������il<.y ftveninn,  the uoiitraouug pirliea bmiii- Mr Win Mm-  uhiiII and Minn M. lieimn*. Mr ii Wliyto  ���������Kitin*- ('romiiHiiuui in d ,Minu M |j W-'hytn of  NiuiHiiio um Biiileiiimud, ihe H������������������' l^-nlly  ll'ill olfioiiiti ii/. Tim httppy ijiiuwit, ���������'������ ii  favni iton in Cumberland, will re-uilo at Union liiy, o>r yirit* with them thu bent wihIuh  of Mo.i* many friemlH,  For Kalsomining, 'Paper-hanging  Glazing  and    Painting,      See  RICH'  I'D. McGREfiOR,  Cumberland Hotol.  GO  TO  ,'AREY  The  TAILOR  lor vour next. Suit o{ clothes. |   Look  ������t thoso Pr.oo������ ������������������  IVi.ts   *;l.0() up  Sui'.t-   1)11 a 00 up  ts ������     *i.") *n   ...  Style ,  Fit and Workmanship  Guiiirantced.  DAVIS   BLOCK.  TO CURE A OOU> IN ONE DAY.  T.������k LAXaTIVK imOMOQITlNISK T.H*  hu Al diufijl-t<( r������it������. d tne oi'������ii������v I it  fniU tn cute, K. W. Cirjve'ii ������i gnat ure it  nu t!*k-h lust,   23a.  Hni.tr l.i������ing .ind    W*tH    l*a|t������r   at  *'tl<:������;������   I'll**")'*.  No Better Lager Bre.ved In Aniericn.  The Oldesi Ksmhiisliwl Brewery in,British Cnlumbin,  offices    Victoria R. (;  i ;���������"��������� *rmi in i ��������� *" i ii ��������� '"1 m&%^t*i:\*i4im&*#m*t  Royal Barfk-of Carjada  Capital (paid up) $3,000,000  Reserve Fund    ,  V. .V,.......3,000,000  ��������� Undivided Profits     308,743  T. E.KENNY. PuKsiuBST. E. h. PEASE, GknbiUl Manaok .  BRANCH. AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department j-.-Depo't-itu of ������1 anil upA-ar Is reoeived ;   Interest al-  l������.*ed ao curie.:ic ratos, compounded twine each year on 30.h Juno and 31st December  Drafte o>. all pi-tuts bought and sold.  A. -W. HYNDMAN, Manager.  OFPIOE HOURS   10 to 3;    Saturday 1������ to 12; open   Pay Nights 7 p.m. to 9.pm  COAL MINKS JtEGULATION ACT.  NOTICE   Of   EXAMINATIONS.  VjOTlCE IS HEREBY- GIVEN, that  J ^ Ej*.iiinMaiiou������ will buheld for'2ii<i and  'dr ��������� Olnns 'Vert tie-res of (Joinpeu-n-.-. uiid< r  ihe Pr.ivisi' n, of ih������ "' ("onl .Vlinus llguhi:  tiiiu Act " uu thb 19>h ami 20r,li da-,n -if  July, 19U5. coii.inenoiug at ihe hour of 9.30  o'clock in the F���������irenoou.  The Exauiinatiiius will be held at'Pm-nie,  Nanaiiiio aiid Ciiinhti'land...  Toe au1 .jj-el.s Mil] be as 'fo'l-iws: ���������  "*>Et*tJN|l  (.'LASS IVVNUllMTES.,  ���������Viii.iuv; Act mill Special Rules.  Mine 'Uinsseu  Veir.il.ii.'.n.  ��������� (ieuttrai Work.  ; Third Ci^ssCAKiirPATiw    .  Mi.iiii'' Ait ai'-1 Wiieui.il Rules.'  IvJ 111 *. (J-i-nis and l-'e.u-.ral ���������Work,.  Appliea.i'iii must b������ undo.to thii uuder-  Mii>iir'''-'acQ'<<iiipa.iiei.l by th������ir.sstalu*i.ry fee,  UM   fllii".' .'���������!-.-  . l*y an ii-jpliiwiir for Second Claw  -Exam-  in iiidii,      ���������'      <rl(),i'0        '.,.  Hy im applicaiHiit f'T Third OUau Exam-  ii'it1 ion, j$j 00  The appliDnt.io.il* nui-H 'ie aoconipauiid by  T.itiiiiion'ttl** oi' Coi'iilirtil O'Vpios thyujol',  (A) If it < an-iida'-o f'M Seo.mil Clus*, tha'  lie lian had al l-a.-.t live yi-ars expe.ieiioe i.i  orivb"������n ihe oi'iioiicil wrijing of a ���������0"������1  Mine, ih) ll iiCamlidate for Third Oi'a s,  tint tin ha li >������l a b������ mti three joari1. txpi-i-i  euce in or tibiiui. tin-, pnuitical working of a  0"id Mine, ���������"  BYOHDEnoKTHR POARD  June Utl. 10115  FjiANOW ti Shki'IIKud, S. ori'Ury  Naiiinmu B.O.  jy i������  nW������l������������n���������HI���������i     ���������������������������'��������������������������������� i������������ I��������� HHIMHIWIMil  INTHKOO"NTY COURT OF NANAI-  MO, HOUiKNAT������!lIMHKU.\ND. IN  THE   MA ITER   OF   THOMAS  NKKLAXOS.     bkCKASKI),  A d In Thu Matter of tno  OrTlUlAl.AI'MINI  STRATORH'AUI'.  D.itrd 2ht d.y of Juno A   D, 10O.T,  Upon readin ��������� tho afliduvila of Wosloy  Will I'd and il.u death edi tdloato of the dn-  ci-HKoii ThoniUM Neelaiuls, it ih ordered, that  Wen't-y W ilurd, Oiliui/il AilnniiiHti' tor for  put of th" (Jiuiiitv ('nun Dim riot of Nanaimo, nl*aH hn Ailinini-Mitnr of alUi-d iiii(-u-  liil  till' |>noibi, ullllliobi ll'l'l tl'l'dllH of 'J'llOili.  um Nnt|iindti, ilnenawBil iulOMlate, n'nl Unit  thi*-������rdcr i* jiolili'li'd in'.h������ t'vMRHiii.Arvii  Nn\V.-l iir.wi*pii|i������-r for one i'iw rtinii.  (rl$d)      K HARRISON Co (3 J  0 II Hwivor-l'iiiU, .Solioiior for Olliuinl Ad-  ii.iniHti'iitnr.  . IS   ^.J^Zj   "WTB   ^LSiS:  JUriT n rli;1 iice o sIkhv. you that  . we always (ilease oi*r cussIohj.-ts'  hv pufi|tiyii*<: tbe'm with ihe BEST  MEATS ut the. ..lowec't murkefc  jiricc-j. A irini nrd-jr .vill cotivincei  you. -  arket,-  '-ie   3  \V. W. McKAY, Pioprietoir  Jii<t ri'f|*ivrt'l in, 0. II. T-irin-jT.-" i  fir.i! n-is ' tainn'   of  'neiv  Hii.*>   ior'  ���������lU>W 'IT hill:.'.  A j 11 "i i: j ! I,  iu.* j f.)* r Piles  Itching, li'iinl, llleediuj- or F'i"li'inlii |"  Pl-<, I) ��������� ij.'(='i.t3 refill.d inoiit-y i: I'AZ >  OiNTMEN l' luilc hi curr. any cas������, un in ii;  ter o'li w 1 .ii[������. .���������tin. Iirij!, in (1 in J4 day:'.  b'li-ai. up, ben���������.i-.i.t"^c o-. o jsc u.:.I re-'. G.i.-.  If you i'rui.'^i.ti; iia.sn't it send o()c i>��������� st.i :.|isi  ni'*i it ������ d> lie (oi-H-iifilod poHt-ijaid by I'.i.is  Mi-ib.iue Co., St. Loiiim,  Mo,  mMnainvtKtL\wuKt.^^u������mnm.������rtmanvm  CUiVIBERLAiMD  -���������-���������Q-  Choicest Meats  ���������.Supplied at LowuMt Murkot Prim a  Vegetables  A   (in.it  Variety vvill   alwnys bo  iu .��������� i.���������.������������������ k ;   also a supply of  Fresh Fish  will be on Sulo 1'Vi.ry Weilnrsday  Your pafronitgu is ooiilially iiivlteil, Riid  nil orders will bo promptly delivered.  JJcPhee&Son  I'ROI'RIKTOUH.  lmm^m������mfmmmmmm.  ���������V^Z-'Ar^^VSWW^^VW^^  Fashionabie Tailor  will open in a low city's tint j in tho  WH1TNKY    HLOCK  A Full Lino of L-Uosi Goods to choose from  RfSive Your Ordern.  Dunsmuir Avenue  Cumberland, B.C.  V*V*WV*SW������*WVV>rV>*/*^^

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