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The Cumberland News Jun 28, 1905

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 .YV  TWELFTH  YEAR  3������SS2  ���������    .   , ��������� .    i   i      a ������ |       *J*      "', ".   '   *.'   V I   "    *'     ''     **     '       '   ' '     CUMBERLAND.   B.C. WEDNESDAY     JUNE, 281905  .n.X.  mmmA.  FOR .SA.LE  Lot ������, Block 14. Penrith Avenue.  Ar full tuted lot ia ft desirable ioca*  tion. Tw^iu,.'' Apply B. J. Judd.  317$oriovaSt West Vjgicouver  ���������   ntwti m mmmmmmmmmmmmmaammmmmm  Local and. Personal  Wise Jtull who hae been employed  ai dressmaker by M-wrs Ri;g-i &  Whyte, .tttyvhis morning tor Vau-  c6ii>er.  Mr-- Bacon and family wilt join  jjMi Bacon in Vancouver aho on  ���������J: $riday.  Saturday *4urf^ft will be *  hot-Mr^ Vo mow Saturday  ������hJSkor,fr*^  tiH f9lntrfod^^(>>MTea  at 35 c^ntfl per lb, whilst i&tfoe *$���������  pears in Cunrtwland Newe, it will  he told tor e% cento lb. Napier 4  Partridge.   .  Violent thunder storms occured  Friday night and Saturday evening  ahcl������ good deal of rain fell. Thunder ie father rare h|re, *'  MrC. H. ft PottP ma** with an  accident at Courtney Saturday,  While* fishing above the jpctjon,-  )*de boat capsited, and Mr Pottaw*-*  -obliged to ������winY||pj*"fU-er Running*;  down the hank weearch of his mit*  sing articles, he l|fiejg; the boat hot  Vom up on a1 shoa'J aome distance  y#\cim, and near the bridge, Ms basket floating down tK* stream. He  pwam out and rew^Jed this, nnd  had a hard time reaching shore  again. His rod, reel etc. were lost  but may he recovered.  T. E. Bateha* jnst received I ton ef  Wnll Paper/  Mr Stark, the ion of John Stark  tif Vancouver., ftred, Kidiardtnri. of  fhe Araee Holdeh (tampad?. and a  'mntnaWriehdii������penLaJ5^___JJL.iW  mot last week. living Sunday for  tHp mainland; Trt-aifio ai** taking  ttoir holidayseriiislrig about in Mr  fltaity^>ifttt*> gasolene yacht. Mr.  Rtarll prrifwm returning later with  an auto', the firm bains agents for  a ipak* of than* -vah-etfa. He will  art-end j* frw.daya with the machine  mm'^^mmmmA*      -     .- , ' ,/  , .Si".  ��������� t 1  "If  Nicholles & Renouf, Ld.  61 YATE3 STREET,   VICTORIA, B. O.  Just received large shipment of  ���������������.7a\  TRtOTST  A.GKE  \wks%  CULTIVATORS,  SEED DRILLS,  WHEEL HOES, Etc,  "' VCRY LATKOT IMrKQVRMRNW.  Call and uu them or write for catalogue* and prion-*.  Bole Agents for B.O. P.O. Drawer. 008  Telephone 89  .-.'',  EARKFf  LEADING FABRIC8  ��������������� SILkoHNES "  |������ CRETONNES ������  -��������� TICKINGS "  **TAFFETAS '���������'  -���������8ATINES"  '������������������ BURLAPS "  ������ DIMITIES ������  ������������������DENIMS"  THE FINEST MANSION CAN)  BE.NO MORE THAN  "HOME"  ART   >ft  DRAPERIES  MAKE The MOST UNASSU-j  tylNG ABODE an ATTRAOT-f  JVEartd TASTEFUL HOME.!  nr-��������� '    "  ART iATElNi-FreDoh, Oerniaa a&d EoglUh  nukti ia Dresden, Oatajs and Orel.mnt patttrot,���������  31 inohw wide, PRICK PER YARD^dc to 00c,  DAUrrtY BIHXTXEI-31 laobti wide,-PRICK  PER YD.-8flc 88e,  CHET 1TN159���������Pwnnh and KnjiHih In ohirming  color.   St tn-. **tel������', PKR YARD OOo to 750.  DBtrXKI-PUio, Brooade and Art Denlnn (or in*  ���������jxpmmive Otfttrinfi and  Oixttalna���������i^ In, vide���������  PRICE PER YD OOo end 40o,  AR? TXCStrT������*���������11'''������ Cim-hlcm rtnd  \tteea eovttt  30 Insae* wide-PEK YARD, 85e.  , KAMPLES ON REQUEST ~.  '���������r>'.&������$'.  rSrV-na li^tharan*  BIO SHOE SALE for 2 weeks  ending July 1st- 20 cents off every  dollar.   Napier & Partridge.  It is - rumored that, a number of  "Nanaifuo's largest business houses  will open brauch eatabliahmenta at  Cumberland. D v goods, tailoring  aiid departti|ental storws are spoken  of. this Will, of <������urte mean a  boom in building.  L -���������. Probably nothing ������ more satisfac*  tnry than good reliable food products. Tbe inner man always Witht.*  the beat. Particular people find  perfect eaticfactioh^ in buying their  grooeriea At the Big Store.  Jit-* D, Anthony and family were  pawngersto Nanaimo on Friday.  Mr and Mrs Little and daughter  and tytre ^reeuQarr spent a few days  in CucAb^paid this week Mra  Little ba������J|||<the remainder of her  furniture removed from 'Beaufort'1!  to her Victoria residence, "The  JBighlands".   .  1^f|tennis tournament if in full  awing.. Tbe majority of the play-  e������ ate strictly a ma euri������. To Dr,  Oilleepieisduethe credit of organ  iting this pophlarylub. The young  ladlea o|v^oi< rmve wgVni^  and are playini sev0n day^; In the  week i^^jD>.;iBead^}'fr^p������ci������u*  court*"��������� 'ri"'.'. ������������������'."':��������� - .���������������,  - ���������"���������...������������������.     ,"-       ���������*.-;���������  Tht-iJDoininioh. gunboat Kestrel,  captain Newcombe, and tttntitheries  boat Falcon/ Came into Comok -last  week. ��������� The Kestrel crew, While  there, practired range shoot i"ng q n  theipit.   The fish coramipsioners  ttfm  rytor, and Mr J. Kemp  p&t bv the Govefn-  the  meh^ .���������.,   -^-..-7  ^)Wtert>, and other important ilBh-*  MM ace Ea^Vh SaJ im>n  - 1905 -  ���������Wall * Paper  JUST ARRIVED AT THE  ^ MAGNET  CASH STORE.  100 Patterns to ohoose from.      ^J  2 Double Rolls for 25ots, upwards.  H.mM Lnioi-,* Mi^edPitats, SOShaAeaof:  \!i������')*-������tine. Eiamel', Staiu-i, Varniib,  Whitiug. Urusheu. eto.  T. E. BATE,  PUNSMUItt AYS,  Cumberland  - 1905 -  wall -   aper  ��������� MrS H. Rij-ps was a returning  pat-ringer hv lain nights! train.  Also Mr TTH. Curey, Mrs Carey and  -f amH v, ������������������.��������������������������� ^ __,  ���������nn  .JiiJiL  (&~% ittiihwii  wmm+m  li  ���������,''', I ���������'  i<\  jtri.'.r  Ai.i'jA*;>'  1'  ,;*/'/-*"  Tbt U. a aiherlei lUamer Alba*  troea called in at Union Wharf laat  week (or coal, and left Saturday tor  tht north. She will initall a new  flab station somewhere in Alaska  thfataf-toa. OoSafatda:  roiu.avc  ington. IiiOraik, and Chief Enpineer  Foote,  ' Mu 8trang, with Mri Hall, m  married daughter from Chicago, and  "���������    w*  -gie Strang,     '  t"������pd-fo]BJye p^polute^tirfi^������1i*������������rtlr  money .refunitleili. , tfapfer-'w-Pnl-W  ridce:      '.���������"-'*%$?' x      fit-iwereon board theJN������#������V>.and, Sa  '  The annual f wndav Pclmol -.iVnic  ^**):*m> doubt introduee1<soinM tl������e  .pp.  takes plfu^'pn Saturday at ��������� Union | wjjfm .these waters*, ���������*'"' ���������-   ��������� ' ���������     4  ,Bat.   Triin leaves depot at nine  o'doeki. ���������;.���������'>'  ra|pirr>o, the best sanffsjffft* wa-Vt**  flnif-h.dn all shades, for sale by C.  H. Tarbell.  A !nr?e fine staff was nlneed In  position on Monday evening with  all due ceremonv on the recreation  gronndti. The hand deTfverwi pev  era! , venr- mrirltorlous eeleetinns  which were highly appreciated by  the on lookers .  For Harden Ho������e, Tjflirn rnowera.  Ice Cream fr**ez������������rs, MIxAd paints  sndhwishes,Wallpaner. Hammo*������kt������  Tennis Racquets, Fiohinc tackle,  Poultrv nettlng������Garden tools wheel*  ���������bnrrowi. etc. etc. Go to the Big Store.  Mr and Mrs Dowdall entertained  a number of young people at their  residence on Monday evening, the  occasion was tho celebration of the  ehrlntenlng of their little daughter  Norma Lilian Annie.  FRESH CrtBBRIKS at Napier  k Paftridiw.  Barges Oregon*-and Ba rod a take  7000 tons oonl to Seattle. 5000 tons  for the Jim HIlVs! new steamer Dakota, loading for'China, and 2000  tons for the Minnesota.  Tlie old Willamette, whioh was  wrecked some years ago on Den man,  and afterwards railed by theMoraos.  mado hat flfit trip to Union Wharf,  uuMmh IrbI Sunday, '"ndor the  mm ul the Montnro. She loiided  coal.  OUR PRICK on Groceries ������jo always the lowest when wob-ht and  quality ?������re cnnnidered, Napier A  Partridge.  }Hx Wm. Mlt-jhell at one time  Gov't agent here, has been visiting  his sister Mrs Rohb at (Jnmox, and  Is now on his way to Klondyke.  Tha Neweat fads in fanny., work  Proctor's patent Wheel orSqwaWni  for making Teneriffe Uot.  Stamped scrim Doylies and table  covert To be had at The Big Store.  The marriage of Mr I. Bryden  and Mi** TartaH will b<*������a?e*n.n?f#rf  In Trinity Church, on Thuraday  afternoon. Mi Btyden's father and  brother with Miss Bryden arrived  Mr Jud-<on-^fcPhee reaclied here  from'.MeGin last mmfoMMtogt;.  fo see tfie old hooi������(ea# 0 up >fi  flames. Mr McPhee will return to  (5ollegeinthe Autumn lie having  one more year to complete his medical Htudies. Mr B. Crawford's son  is also expected (torn the E,ast ������ber#>  haii^ab^n.prjMaktJn  studies.  Mr ArthurRenpitoliarrived from  n H'taWvo.lftBtj^fc: and   wi|i  spend a few weeks with his parents  alt-^andwick.  A LITTLE TEA PLANT,  will produce many grade* of Teu,  The tiny leaves on the tip of each  stalk are of greatest value,    The  youngest leaves  make  the rarest  leas.    As the leaves grow darker.  larger, tougher, the tea is ranker,  stronger and cheaper.  ^ We encourage our customers to  une the young leaves.  f We try to buy only  the young  aud delicate opes.  -���������f Our ptIces; grade for grade, are  lower than vnnMI find elsewhere.  Bulk Teas at S5c to 0Oc per lb..  The Be������t Paekugc reus at regular  prices.  If  NAPIER & PARTRIDGE.  *'��������� t  i*  i  'it . ���������!~-.-<.������wiiv?fy3j~yti������,-2  ������6 ������&. j-u-a  ���������a������s.'*^w *������������������  ^ MISS JESSIE ACKEHMANi,."���������  ... -.-. ;.->-.   ��������� -i*���������rr , .>(,..,,.������������������:���������': v  a Woman "WTioaw . F^nift Hi m "Wld*  a* tino World.  I*fls3 Jessto Ackeraan, whose fame  as an apostle of the Women's Chris-  tiaa Temperance union, aa an active  wort-M- la the missionary field of Christianity and as an envoy In,the intx-r-  est ot the International Peace society  is worldwide, has had a most remarkable carreer. As representatlre'' of the  "variooa societies with.iwhich she is  -Sttentlfied Miss Ackentfan has in the  past fifteen years traced around the  globe half a dozen timoa) ������he has been  e^wn coal, silver, diamond and gold  -;'['  -   -'}). V;-n,r" '���������-'   "���������'"���������.' ���������   Y  Folks.miMfeprJze the city dailies with tnelr  'edltoi-lal  views. .        .  With the*!***;boasted circulation and  their  telegraphic neivs.  With their��������� ������������������arllaniciitary speeches and the  same old parly song.  And their so-called brainy essays which are  . ahVays dry und Ion jr.  They may prize the great trade journals or  rho classic magazine,  With its Illustrated stories and the science  lil bet ween-  But tho one 1 hail with gladnesa, which I  long so tor to come.  Is.that  little village  weekly  which they  send me down from home.  '  ' i ���������*"*       ' '      '' >'  'Taint no twenty-pa?������ edition for It hat  but only four.  But tbey breathe the breath of comfort and  I always long for more;  'Taint what folks -yould call artistic, for  at times It's dim and blurred.  But it only,scares to Interest and I make  out every word.  It is- mostly bright and   cheery,    though  sometimes my heart is bled.  As I road a bl,'iclv--.'lned.'notlee...tliat some -  ... old-time friend Is-;dead,  But there's far more "Joy than sorrow ia  ���������  the messages so "sweet.,  Of that  little  village weekly; that away  back' country sheet. ;  ',::il . y7  ..-������������������".V'J''i*t''  ���������-. {"������������������-.���������-;'i-.'-- ���������-��������� '���������>  ������������������ ���������" ^.'K.Jt  ..*  MIS3  ftCKERMAl*.  mi^es.Vin Eur^,^l|x^co, Africa and  '���������! . Australia.   Sii������i'h-Ts;.,w'i'llced. on' the bot-  ;  Vtonf of. the s6;uthe:i;Q /sea' in a 'mail's'  .'���������] -��������� diving suit' aria^'Climbed. the'snowy'  \>   peak of Fujiyama, the sacred mountain.  hf:of .Japan,  with  50',0'Od Japanese pil-  .l;w grubs.   She has been among'the rulers  !    of the civilized world/ana among the,  jJ__l|egradecI _cannibgls of the south sea- is:  lands.    Sj^'-''o''4s^stej^3^n-. nearly STOOlF  stranga beds and add^sed peoples of  nearly 300 different- tribe's: "and:nation-  ������������������ -alltles.       ....   ,   ,. '\sh^'.;^\  :."..���������',���������"-:  ,* ,Miss' Ackerman waa%*j&:$r,d^an.d;'-edu������;  catcd in Bolton', ,but'sp$*fc$'--&M  . of her *yq**ng womanhdo^'in^^Jlalifori-ia.  ���������Her fire-Tpublic- w.pr,k .wa^n'the. iniier-'  ,    Ttesi, of the- Good ���������Templars.'"' jn;' 1888J"at  the,; national convention hei'-l.^ni-.^ew..  fork, (,'.she 'V-ysras, .appointed'5-ah.; "all  'round the .world''' tois'sionary. ' ,'s.lpce"  V   ������jiei* ,sJip-^-B$'"^  ���������"���������'   ehsa^afin'the great moveii^entivicf.,.  '...  'fjfcejjpl.lftlng.0f humapity... ,.'4  ��������� ���������'���������','''  #y  tnan yours today it is simply because  I never, from the hour it was taught  me, have forgotten to give the backward glance as I reached my door.  Tell me now," and she took the^girl's  face in both her hands, "wouldn't it  pay to get up just one minute earlier?"  ���������Youth's Companion.  cor wnom cnese ntos would have Ions!  since become extinct so far ns any  significance they might have formerly  possessed for the Indians./  Lady Bank Cl*rlr������.  Gomes now a contemporary with a  tale about "Lndy Bank Ck'i"l<s',' being employed in several Ktiropean  banks, and advocating thojF 'iittro-;  dtiction  in -Canada.   Surely  etfeO'ono  .knows that-, th,e,re is  already'in    Toronto     a''bank    .employing     several  young  ladies,   pot   as  stenn-rnijihr-rs,.  either,  but  in  regular' clerkships'' of  ���������tho kind hitherto held hy^iuen. Canada does not lag behind in the pro-  session.���������-Toronto  ITcws! ���������  How'-lt fills my heart with gladness as 1  ..open  to peruse, ���������."'.'  Through the brtotly written co),umus of th������  local district news, '���������.,���������".'���������'������������������  There ain't no', b'ig ^lettered lVeadllries' nor  * ���������'.. no colored .������������������'pictiiied show's,'"' ::'."���������*  .Nor. the editor nln.l;4**j-l]*'j for.to.tell folks  : nU'ho- knows',-:.: &,< ',"������������������  -It don't[.take:iip'9iiacp:lj'n telKng-.TChat.:"*^  '... ha.fiBeiied ..o'ftr-th'e sea.' '.'',..���������,.���������...,���������,":,;;  But it tJJpeMp-.of, things- and people of great  ..>.-.��������� >,intori*S't'vtQs'^infi,it 'k& ���������' ���������*������"' -���������.!.*-iv-V.  ������������������ISfiVer filfs'im;*va$% if l-Jmns,^-l#Jwhat  ; c:^4a?^J^n*l^.'eir'j', . ������������������tsi^'x- .  ,Vt.ltj-4Jfl-lffii^.''t)pt^ffiQ" fai-ffliers" all aa-e  I'Si**" w.   .      .  "Wan-lea o Ble --Bar'!."  A newspaper tells the story of a  storekeeper in a country town who,  after twice telling a young man that  he had no "onions," reverted to the  matter after the customer had gone,  "I declare," he said, "I do* know but  what it. was ingans that feller wanted!"  A similar tale is told by a young woman who, being in search of a barrel.to  catch rain water, applied to the village  Innkeeper.. V ,  "Have you a hogshead that I could  b.uy?" she said, with the careful enunciation that she had learned in childhood. ���������������������������.'''  The innkeeper shook his head.  "Not any jSort  of  hogshead ?'���������'. she  asked, " witty','gentle'   persistence.    "I  thought you must have a go'od many."  v;'"I-.-wonder  what set  you  thinking  -'that?.'.rpaid'the landlord, looking as if  t  '-"������������������.  ut  jj\*������r(ls I pan't  I i-i1. :.������������������-���������;:  ���������iNe*\������et. pr.Uitei about foai  "kiiifi^ns" of French  jifohno^, ���������.j,      The -,Baekiva*r'<l Glance." ,,  ' Miss Hey wood tapped at Hazel's bedroom door. "I presurned on being ybvir  godmother' and- came^right* -up," ehe  -called. . ,"'''"*:' " ���������_.. ;..*"������������������ - >..;yi.  ' A mlmit'e' Tatt'r a tea^fftainfe'd^girljs.hv  ���������face poeb'e'il otit, and,.Miss'Ilojf^ibiqd-  was'.-Jrawn inside a room that looked as  If a whirlwind had just passed through  It.    ���������'-:'  "Horrible, isn't It?"   Hazel agreed,,  as MJas Hfjrwigd glanced ,abo*^., "You,  .. v; Bee, I wal late to breakfast' without  ' doing a'thtng to this room., and. then I  ' rushed laffiBto eoiiool, nnd mother left It  A',iill just for a lesson to mo.   And, oh,  ' Ned tyas had that nice Mr. Wilson tip  f;'lnv hit-room, nnd Mr, Wilson knows  ,nthls hi my bedroom, and when I askqfl,'  ,; Nod why ho couldn't havo had 'the'  ���������'., ^'brojtlicrllnoss to close my door ho'sald���������  ' ydb, "tyd sald-ho was so used���������to/'Bee-*:  ���������   J Ins it llko tbls-hb novor th'ou'ghfr'  \And a wet hollow In a pillow which  ' hnd evidently boon doing duty'before  rccolved Has-ol's unhappy face.  ;    "Hazel," aald Miss Hoywood pres-.  '  ently, -'if you'll tjiko orders from m*  i. for sixty Boconds 1*11 tench you ������on������e.  ,*. thing tbat will prevent your ever hhr-  Ing. tills troublo again.   I call It the  ' -bnckw-nrd glnnco,"!     '   , ,  ;'    ITnzol wns Bitting up in surprise.,' '."iv  "Go Btnnd hy tlio door," hognn, Mlity  Iloywood, tift-lng outlier wntcli. .--Wo'll  BiippoHO.;i you   aro, Btiirtlng  down  to  broaltfiiBt, but ns you roach the door  you jfJvo. ono buck ward glnnco to make  euro that your room looks nR you'd like  ,���������to hnvo Jt If the person whoso opinion'  you vnlUo Jnoat woro to pass tho door.  To desc������Fpe. some  ���������:".', I Vcciij'tlv'-. jewelled  But ������������sl"e that,  V ,fi'T^*e and got lidPwpod, !���������  .!Po^..rue.icr';pple  Samimft .Tohuson  and tho  ., peon* "old wiclo-.V;M6dd. /���������*  .'���������.^(l^aTt-wake no lenginiy comment on some  -". ^ VSh'J-ftH-head potentate,   . '  BufeTlt 'telia me Taylocr's filly is a-striklng  ' "'   ' ^quite a pait,     ������������������ ���������     ���������    ��������� ^  "That tlieif"baseball team Is beating nearly  ,.; "**$���������?���������.j every thin'? In .sltrht,        -   :  :  ��������� ���������   v"���������*  *Pimi. the' Kcv'reiid   Simmong   lectured ''in  the Baptist Church last' night.''  ,.  ���������It don't deal.'wLth wordy matters wWcli  ..,'professors call ..'profound, .,. >jljr-..-.  ^.utJt_toIls'LmeJtocJ^LJr*lKll*  V-oi 'liiiaDd -.peirglng 'round,  ..'���������'.'  That-Uriah r.-att has traded off his team  . . ���������', w't'r Cyrus Howe,    > ���������'" '-,-'<  '     ������������������ '  ; Andv"that'. Uncle Silas. IIanjblln.V,|old   ,vhls  ;���������''     ���������   famous Jersey cow,     r'  :%-.     :\.  .���������Telis me Sarah Smith is better,**that sho  ���������!���������-.* ���������-.' sat up yesterday, . "���������-���������    ''   .'���������  "'That  a welcome  Kttle stranger came' to  .,.', Tliomns O.unn's to stay,.'       ���������'".   -'���������  ;Thnt Joe' Bowers bad built a silo, and. Bill  ���������' ��������� '������������������". ,Jones had roofed his shed,,        ���������     r  ��������� That':'!t?*e widow Westbrook's    boy ' enmo  ���������'" ,-; ���������������������������" bb"me, the one t&e thought wis'dead.  Folks mny prize the rlty dallies with thelf  , >���������   essays and reviews, ���������  With  their ��������� parl.nnjefitnry  comments and  ,,-."'   '��������� their latest for-fgn news,  .'oka fpr,.me, well I renil at 'em and t[o grasp  '".'���������������������������������������������"���������.'S'tlielr meaning try, ''.       ���������,  VB'iJt when comes that,''way-back   weekly*  J then I put the dflille-s by  For it brinRH to tne glad tidings of tbe  '-���������'      villhge I love ao,     (  And It seems Just riinning over'with ths  , things I want to know,  It's a Utile l>ennTOf'9uiisli',.n������ oa life's dark  ���������    '     and trackless sen  ..That away back eoiihtiy pnper which they  ''������������������'.    send-flrom botne to me.  ;. ./             ���������Crawf%. 0, Slackv Montreal.  . ':"��������� ���������������������������"    . ''-���������'������������������)* ������������������       ,  ...INDIANS MIX WjlTjH WHITES.  In TIt������ Gener������tloi.������ Two Raots "VT111 Be  i'used  Together-.,  ,, Mr. j Cockshutt, Brantford, gave  .'���������otrio linteresting-, information about  our /Indian, Wards in The Houso bt,  ComnjonS'tJip othor day. Ho aasurod  tho i-Ipuso that tho money voted fqr  -tlio < Mohawk, Unstitwto had been  wisely and well oxpqjfjdod, and If all  tho monoy voted for Indian oducai  tlon.ha'd boon as w^ll (pxpoudod no  fault'could; bo tfouna ;'-wlth tho ad������  mlriistrattbh. of tho 'lurid. With ro-  Brwt  dians'  foi*ta, Mr. iv'oclvShutMrcgar  satisfactory-.- As to w future of tho  Indian raco, '.Mr. CcSkshiitt was $i  tho opinion tliat thoifelx Nfitlons will  ultimately bodomo ayBorboo* Into-wio  .; he.considered,her deinptdedV' "1 haven'  '''\fp'' a siiigle tyog fo.i|;^eu years buck,  ^.nd wh^i,|.;did keep,'ein f never had  any cailto'r'th'eir heads."     'v  It was-.the youug woman's turn to  look horrified. "'"   V|  "Oh,, I- don't know anything about  hogs' i-hea.cls!" she said esfitedly. "I  want-inai"'h6gshead, an ola molasses  ho'gslje^'d'P,1' something." -|,  .-���������.'The'-lanciiprd looked at heic', and light  dawned at hist. ���������  "I believe1 you mean you want a  hugshud," ' be said, smiling broadly.  "You  step this,: way - and'.'take your  Rural Delivery  anil Good Roarla.  Announcement" .was   recently   made  from Washington.; .that the executive  department of'thegovernmeut does not  propose to allow the extension of the  ,tural^frjee^dejim*y. in localities where  the inhabitants' are indifferent to the  work,of-improving the condition of the  public'roadways.   The service has-bje"-.,  come'so pppuiar that the policy qfLiEe  ������������������ government is to increase It wherever,  the people?themselves shovy a disposi-'  tion to make conditions favorable to.;  the proper V maintenance df it.    Tho  rural < free dellveiy carriers "are ...taking-  up the question'in earnest' and, dt var>:*  ous meetings which have^een recently .held declared themselves emphatically in favor of doing all in their power  to secure the improvement of roads!  In aV bulletin* recently issued by the  Michigan experiment station John Mi-  ehels, instructor in dairying, department of agriculture, says of the care  of dairy utensils:  A room for the purpose of washing  the dairy utensils is a very important  part of the equipment. It should be  provided with shelves, some good  washing substance, as sal soda, hot  and cold water and if possible steam.  The shelves should be placed near a  largo window where the tinware is exposed to the disinfecting action of the  sunlight The cleaning of dairy utensils is best conducted as follows:  First, rinse with warm or perhaps  preferably cold water. Never ruse boiling or hot water at first 'oivjthe milk  will become cemented to the*, utensil.  Second, scrub with moderately hot  water containing some sal soda. The  washing'Should be done with,^brushes  rather tbaji1.cloth because, the;bristles  enter into any crevices present which  the clotli'-'canhot possibly reach. Furthermore, it is ver-f difficult to keep  the dloth clean. Third, scald thoroughly with steam or hot water after  rinsing out the water in which the/sal;  soda . was, :use.d. -After scalding the  utensils should be inverted on the  shelves 'without wiping and allowed to  remain in thJ^piade until ready to use.  This will .leaVe. the./v-e^sels in ,a practically sterile cdnditiqiC Fourth, if it  is' possible to'' ttii-n tne" inside of the  vessels to the sun',in a place where  there is nq dust,, then .it is desirable to  expose the utensils during the day to  the strong germicidal action of the direct sun's rays. >���������  In washing strainers or cloths used  for straining.care should be-exercised  in placing these in boiling water a few  minutes after thorough cleaning. From  the boiling water they are spread out  to dry in a clean and dustless place.  '  LINGERIE NOVEtTlES^I  TUe Crui of tbe Moment Is For Tints*  Cnder-rear.  The craze of the moment for lingerie  de luxe is shown in beautiful and  dainty clear white French lawn worked with patterns of the simplest description. The finest hand stitchery ia>  used in making up the garments.  Every woman likes dainty lingerie. A  little patience in stitchery and the following of French designs solve ths*  problem of cost at once.  A charming simple nightgown is*  mado of lawn with a square or round  Tlie Sanitary Mille Pail.  The,sanitary milk pail here reproduced from bulletin No. 22 of the Michigan  experiment  station  is  provided  with a spout which permitsTeady-emp������-  tying, and it will also be noticed that it  Inistratlora. of tho (und. With ro-  pctitaitbo progress*��������� do by tho In������  ans'.ajB a.result ol'ipducatlonal of'  rts, Mr, CocJvsliuttJregardod it   ai  Canadia������v, "P-tlph^ Jfi'J'jto blood'"*' il  "hdw bo complotoiy Iflfuflod Into  tho  raco that thoro aro comparatively  fow of-pyro Indian blood loft. With*  ���������Jn prob4tH������A' tliroo ganpratJpns, or five  at tho.'moBt, tho pwiwsa of abwifpr*  tion will havo boon ipoinplotp4 a,t*the"  rato It J������ now profeedlnff. Yourtjjf Jn������  diana^.who wore etlucatod ,'at . the*  Mohawk; InBtltuto, fiaye",boon,. ��������� vory  8ucct'ssful( and ho ml-jiitlonod by way  of llhilHtroitfBn BovoKhl who occupy  important positions ��������� in comuiprti'il  and othor wnlka of IWo, Tho re-uu������oi(  tho adoption of tho' rrovlncidl.-'fran**.  "You boo eevoral thlnga to do���������.don't  ��������� 'Lni������r.    \ I iu 'r'tf'T  -.n*)  vim ���������,i rnnvA i,,uf ������,,0 ,������ini,.������ ���������������   cMw -���������fttl h������on to doprivo tha Indiana  ni?  EiU you have just oue mluuto to   0, tbo s|x NatlonBf *,n coromo'n- wlth  thnao of othor   trlbos, of   tht fran������  yon?  vmi you  do thorn in.  "Now, ready, begin J I'ick up Wat  nightdtobti irow tlio riuor uiul hunt; it  on Its hook. Take the sllppcra from  tho bed nnd those shoes from the mid-  Good Rond* and IIo tela. .  In spite pf the fact that thls>.country,  has the worst roads of any., ch*ills*ed  country, the automobile.ia ftaking,rapid progress in its use, says Qood.Roada  Magazine. Road improvement Is going  on, but at a pace we hope- to see accelerated in the near future. With more  good roads there will be more good hotels to tako enro of the people who go  out from the cities In automobiles' and  other conveyances for the purpose of  securing fresh air ond enjoying the  beauties of nature. Hotels,'sin turn,  must necessarily purchase the products  of the farm, thus helping In'the distribution of wealth, of which the farmer  comes in for bis share.       -���������.:   . ..        A  clilfio. Tnie ho regurdpd ns a stop m  tho wrung auvctiuii, ���������iii.i.-.uiin.ii an the  Indiana worn to bo nfl.vancod Inclvlll*  ration largely by pfaring upon thorn  Ulo of tho room and put them in tho tho full responsibility of citizenship,  elospt. Goodl Stint.h that towel from Thoy should ���������oelglviyn tho franchise,  tho bark of tho elmlr nnd lien*c It on   ^"'i ttii-iiuu-ili l*c \<������a ���������*>  tho rack. Lay thoso gloves and dan-  Rllng ribbons and that collar Inside the  drawer and closo nil the drawers.  Quick, p]oi\ne\ Take that tnnglod nuisi  of bf'ilclothlng and turn It smoothly  over the font of the tied. Lay the'nil-  Jowa on thnt chair by tho window and  throw up Ui* window. Guodl II.i/.ul  Mamton, you did all that io one minute:"  "you Btri-tohrd It," laughed narel,  brenthle������s with tho race.  "Hot one second," denied Mlas lley-  WCHMt   "���������lid   tf   W������t   rnom   Xmt,l*m  ������I.IU������  tion to ask for that to-day, thai  ehould b������ the -������4doal kopt In vlow,  No nntlon In tho world had pre*  greased mora rapidly than tho Six  Nations, who a century and a halt  ago were in a wild and savago stato.  At tho Mohawk InKlitutfl ti'rhnkal  end manual Instruction wore embraced in tho cu.Tiinjiiu*i>, ..ml, lluil, v.������j������  tha only praciicnf- nnd c(Tec|rfv������'mo-  thod of hnpartintf ftducntion. -Although pngan Tit'** woro pr*Ptl<*d to  % very limited extofit upon tha reserve, Jt waa largely the retuit ef  tho demand*   of whlto vfnitorf.   1������"l  Old Tims Dentlntrr-  In the early days of dentistry a hlckc-  ry plug was put Into tho cavity to fljl  tlio spaco whero a tooth ought to be.  This plug had to bo gently pounded Into  Ita desired pos'tlon. Old Judgo rock-  bam was somewhat addicted to strong  language, and' when tho dentist began  bis work th'o 'judgo Indulged In some  classic comuvrtit As tho tupping of the.  plus continued ho throw all dignity to  .tbo four wtride\of hcuvon, nnd btf* Inn-  jr'nago became decidedly "moro forcible  tlmfi elegant." Whon, however, ho arose  (rora tho chhlr, after what soomod to  him an Interminable period'of agony,  ho pulled out all tho stops In bis vocabulary for a grand climax. Tho lmpros-'  llop on his listener Booms to havo boon  Jeep and lasting. As tho judge pnssod  mt, tho dentist grimly remarked to a  waiting pntlent:  f'AVnsn't It beautiful? It wasn't really  lecoaftnry to poi*i'htl* half so long, but I  Sid so enjoy his Inflection that I almost  t/uuHMca thu iui.nu,> |iiu��������� iiiiw. i,,!!;.ti.j.  Woudci'Su} coiiiisnini) of 'l.in^un^O ths  xxiaa husr'-Katiouul Magazine.  .  *..,W  A* fhe rtiture,  Vfo firm* ���������������n"TH,*()n*J.(fi*> mnWe a pM������  And-llvo.li* styli*. but, oh, memiwhiit  We're gtnd cmmitli to get th������ cash  To buy pluln hi.*-!..  Matter, of Experience,  *l don't like a sleeping car berth;  It la an c\n<o und <v*infined,"  "Hr-oms roomy to me.   I wal raised  In n !!.t."  Head Vork.  "I'i hor husband a collngi-' man?"  "Vi'������; he took a complete eight weeke*  couix* in ��������� barber college,*'  SANITARY MILK PAIIi.  is covered with n cap during the process'of,.milking. Tho cap is shown at  tho right. The ring nt tho left fastens  "the sfralner, which should consist of a  double layer of ch'fcoseclotb inclosing a  layer of absorbent cotton. The purpose of tho cotton is to retain flno hairs  and any particles of dirt thnt are hot  .dissolved by tho-milk. It should bo  jrenewed nt each milking, Tho value  of n partially closed pall ls evidenced  iby the reduced surface, which has a  tendency to keep out many of tho mi-  >cro organisms which would otherwise  drop into tho pall during milking. To  Illustrate',-a half'closed top would havo  tho effect of reducing tho contamination from this sourco about 50 per cent.  It is woll to sny Jn this connection  that thero aro many objections to tho  so called sanitary milk pall. It without  doubt reduces tho contamination whon  tbo contamination occurs, but when  cleanliness Is rigorously practiced no  doubt tbo disadvantages exceed tho  boneflts. Ilowovcr, ninny of our boat  dairymen uso It contlnunlly. ' -  Tim Dnlrr Cow'-* Food,  ' Wltb a vlow to getting tho most out  of'iho dairy cow a good, Bonslblo ays-  torn must bo followed In feeding, Trop-  or feeding must begin with'tho cnlf  and continue right through hor llfo, If  tho cnlf ls not a promising ono 'ft Is bottor to dispose of her and devoto the  attention to othors. If sho Is worth  rearlug for tbo dairy she la worth all  tbo attention tbat can bo bestowed upon bor. Tbat is tbo theory we must go  on,  Tho calf should bo growing steadily  ���������o tbnt nt two yenrs sho Is ready to  begin her llfo work. If allowed to go  beyouU Una pi-nutl aim .wu u������v ii.o  (ooii \ii\tsu to live io lay on tui. Thl3  is uot desirable. Tho dairyman must  flght against this continually.  ���������       ,i i.        i  Tlio al. ������������������iMvmo<!���������������*���������,  Tho sum I lent i.ti.tuinu. i.i u.u liiiuou  Islo Is tbo flhrowmoiiBo. This Is not  ���������only tho smallest llrltlsh mammal, but,  with tho exception of ono othor of tho  Namo genus, tbo smallest Iu Europe  Tbo harvest wouso is sometimes  thought to be even smaller, but the  length of fta bend and body is ofton  two and oiifiiuU' iudu'*, vshllu lh.it  of tho leaser shrew Is rarely more than  two Inches. Tlie tail iiK-nuur'-s about  ono and one-third Inches, aud Its tcctb  aro so extremely small tliat a lens If  reoulrod to defect tbem  ��������� A PKETT** SHIKT WAIST.  (������������������*'- .-���������   '  lawn or, lace collar cut in,points.. Collars admit of a good deal of variety,  for they may be of/the' same fabric;  as the-'nightgown itself, or they mayt'''  be composed of lace, embroidery or laco- -{  and   ribbon   insertion   with   cuffs   to>  match.'  Here m'jiny of the sale remnants will prove itSQful.  v-. For. practical.everyday- wear lingerle-  of fine French linen, hand embroider-"  ed and buttonhole stitched, is excel-  '  lent.     "���������''������������������''..���������  The  manufacturers  of  shoes  have*  added one article to the list that could  be bought and included in a costume,*  of "one color/'   Only a few seasons  ago it was considered ultra fashionable,  to ,have  slippers   for  evening  wear  -mutch���������the*^go>v-ns���������w-l-th���������whieh-j-they*^-  ' were, worn,   ana   colored   shoes   for-  street wear were almost unheard ofV  Now in any high class shoe store one-  can buy white, champagne color, tan,,  brown,   blue,   green,   red  and  violet,  colored shoes in several shades,, the-  most fashionable tones being in evidence.    To be sure,, there are soma-  women who have their shoes dyed to*  order, but as a rule they can be secured in almost any color.   Huge sliver'  or gilt eyelets Are made In laced shoes,,  and fancy buttons are quito a feature-  In the buttoned models.  Herewith illustrated is an attractive  shirt waist mado with a V shaped,  yoke outlined with brain.  judio ohollet;.  The Brooklyn Bridge.  Electricity says that tho BrookIy������  bridge ls now reaching a period In it������  history whon tho paramount question-  of danger overrides all other cousldera- -  tlons, nnd the structure must bo rebuilt to Insure public confidence and''  safety.   Its rate of deterioration has  been $1,000,000 a year, which tho engineering  exports  have  attributed  to-  overstrain and electrolysis^ Overstrain*  perhaps was to havo been expected of  the only direct connecting link between the two grofit cities, but electrolysis as a causo of destruction of so noble a structuro represents a cortalsi  knowing heedlessness on the part or  trolloy companies, whoso experience*-  should hnvo culled for somo provision-  on their part ngalnst such disastrous  consoquences, Tho journal thinks that  bettor moans ought to bo taken to prevent similar destruction of tbo now  brldgo farther up tho rivor.  Whon Kins; Edward Wrft������e,  Whatovor writing King EdwaroT  finds It necessary to do himself is done  lu a j quick, hurried stylo of penmanship, which in ltsolf is a suggestion  of tho quantity of work bo has to perform. The king Is most particular that  all bis lottoro and papers shall be ������r-  ranged and filed, according to era excellent system wlilch Is largely his own-  Invoutlo^, nntl ho novor koops any of  tbom afjw tlio necessity for doing eo>  has ce'abcd. It Is nu Instance of his'  mnjosty's roluctnuoo to accumulate*  "rubbish" as woll as bis strict rogard  for secrecy tutu every ujuiu.uk ���������..������<  ���������.���������ouCcuiu uf a lui'uc wuiiLv ���������/w'/t-"' b..->.',. t  arc taken churgo of by bis private m-,-  retary, who is personally r<-s������pon������it������l������r-  for seeing tbat they nro burned, Utr  smokes hard whllo ho Is engaged uu  business matters n������d invariably bus a������  box of cigars aud another of cigarettes-  at bis elbow,  It If a curious fact that flics wilt not'  pass through netting, oven though the  meuhes ho quito large, unless there la ���������  nnnroo ot light, an from a window *o#  hlnd Jt. Thus In rooms with wlndowt  only on one side a not over tho window  will absolutely keep the flies out, although Ui* meshes of the uet may bean Inch apart  -t -  ^   .^MWv 1  i  !#  W  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  Weak, Tired People  NEED NEW BLOOD IN SPRING TO  BRING HEALTH AND STRENGTH.  Spring blood is bad blood. It ls  clogged with impurities that make  themselves felt In many ways, such as  pimples and eruptions, poor digestion,  occasional headaches, twinges ot  rheumatism, a lasy feeling in the  morning, and a strong deBire to avoid  exertion. Soinotlmee the nerves are  unstrung, you feel dull and depressed,  and your strength is slipping away.  You can only bo put right by enriching the blood and driving out the  impurities. Purgatives won't do this  ���������they only make you weaker. What  you need is a tonic, and the best  tonic that medical science has yet  discovered is Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. These pills actually make new,  rich, red blood, brace the nerves and  bring health and energy to weak, despondent and easily tired men and  women. Mrs. Chas. Blackburn,  Aylesford Station, N.S., says: "For  the past ten years Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills is the only medicine 1 have taken  when I found I needed medicine. Last  spring I was feeling poorly, was weak,  easily tired and depressed. 1 got three  boxes of Dr." Williams' Pink Pills and  they made me feel like a new person.  They are the best medicine I know of  when the blood is'out of condition."  If you need a medicine this spring���������  and there are few people who do not  ���������take a few boxes of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, and you will find an improved appetite and new health and  strength such as no other medicine  can give you. There is no disease of  the blood these pills will not cure,  simply because thoy make.the new,  rich blood that drives' disease from  the system. The genuine Pink Pills  have the full name, "Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for Pale People," on the  wrapper around each box. Sold by  all medicine dealers or by mail at 50  cents a box or six boxes for $2.50 by  writing the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Coughing ia an outward sign of  inward disease.  Cure the disease with  Shiloh's  Consumption  Cure T^1"-  and the cough will step.  Try  it  to-night.    If  it doesn't  benefit you,  we'll give your,  money back.  Prices: S. C, Wklls & Co. 807  25c. 50c. fl   LeRoy, N. Y��������� Toronto, Can.  and Henry James' 'Golden Bowl.' "I  can give you the Iliad and the Odyssey  but I don't think .there is an English  translation of Henry James' 'Golden  Bowl," replied the clerk."  "Now," chortled the amateur Sherlock Holmes to his lady partner, "it is  easy to see that gentleman yonder is  not married." "Pray, how can you  tell?" "By his neglected air; his  frowsy appearance. No woman would  let 0. man go about like that. His coat  lacks .two buttons, you perceive, and  he is not brushed." "Still," said the  lady, "he is married." "You know him,  then?"   "I am his, wife!"  Whiting���������Since my son has been at  college the things he has learned are  perfectly marvellous. Biting���������I've no  doubt of it, but I wouldn't worry. He'll  forget them all after a few years.  The following dialogue was overheard in a drug store: Druggist (to  little, girl customer)���������Did you say  pills,'miss? Little Girl���������Yes sir,  please. Druggist���������Antibilious? Little  Girl���������No, sir, but uncle is.  -���������1905-INDUSTRIAl^E^HIBITIONr���������  With purses totaling ?13,060, the  card of races for the Winnipeg Industrial Exhibition, running from Ju^y  20 to 27,-offers' sufficient openings to  fk'it all classes of entries. In many of  the running events special favor is  shown horses bredin Manitoba, me  Territories and British Columbia in  the way of weight, an extra 5 lbs. allowance being made in several of the  races.  In the trotting events too there are  many chances for good money. The  classes range from the free-for-all, up  to the 2.35 trot or 2.40 pace, with purses ranging from $1200 down to $400.  ���������There are twelve of these events, any  one of which should prove a strong  drawing card for Manitoba horses  have proved their nettle too often to  take a second place anywhere. Then  again provision has been made for  three extra races at $200 each the conditions of which have boon left till the  entries start to come in, so that the  events may be made to fit in to tho  best advantage with the character of  the entries.  The Dominion Industrial milo handicap, with a purse of $900 in Bight  should provo a strong factor, and tho  second free-for-all, which In reality is  what tho special race of July 27  amounts to, gives a splendid opening  to owners of fast ones, wuo.do not  cure to send their horses against the  cracks. It is a full bill, and an interesting ono. Tho cards aro now In tho  hands of tho prlntors and copies may  be had on application to the secretary  of tho Exhibition board.  "I hnvo dlscovorod a now humorist,"  Bald John Kondrlck Bangs nt luncheon  fhe other duy. "1 went into a book  shop In Forty-socond street last 8ut.ur-  tion of Homer's Iliad and tho Odyssoy  Mlnard's Liniment for aalo everywhere  "iWBrsT������rn������raBjBe*STn  9  ers  Impure blood always shows  somewhere. If the skin, then  bolls, pimples, rashes. If the  nerve*, then neiirttfla, R������rv-  oumens, depression.   If the  Sarsaparilla  ftomeph, then dyfpepefe,  biliousness, loss or appetite.  Your doctor knows the  remedy, used for 60 years.  ���������* {Utmrnli  ~" Vet wm  Ui wit |  "tt aw..��������� ... . _ _..  M. C ixjauLBH., "t-ennum, Ta.  WfcB& r mzMSf.  partaaX wr������c  mhIUiwim  MrM-M-rUtt  for  Imjpurg Blood  WHEN BABY SMILES  When baby smiles mother knows he  ls well and happy. When he is cross,  ailing and fretful,: she gives him  Baby's Own Tablets, and finds that  there's a smile in every dose. These  Tablets cure all little ailments of  childhood, such as indigestion, colic,  constipation, diarrhoea, worms and  simple fevers'. They make teething  easy, and promote natural sleep and  repose, arid are guaranteed not to  TontalH"~one7~parrticle~-of~���������opiate���������-or  poisonous soothing stuff. Mrs. Robt.  Dean, Tisdale, N.W.T., says:���������"I find  Baby's Own Tablets a perfect medicine for little ones, and always keep  them in the house." You can get  the Tablets from your medicine dealer  or by mail at 25 cents a box by writing the Dr,, Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Ltu-nilerlnfl- Fine Doilien.  Laundering fine linen doilies Is attended with some difficulty, especially  ������vhen the doilies are fringed. Combing  iut the fringe after Ironing results disastrously in a very short time if the  linen is really fine. A clever woman  ilscqvored this method, wbich, after  ill, may not be now. Great discoveries  leldom are. After rinsing the dollies  ;hey are floated one by one in a dish of  jlean, cool water. When the fringes are  perfectly smooth and flexible, slip a  piece of mnnlla paper or blotting paper  -nder tho doily and lift the whole  thing out of tho water. Let tho dolly  Jry on tho paper, and tho fringe will  need very little combing.  rcrfumlnnr Clotliln*-**,  Queon Alexandra's lacos, linens and  illks nro perfumed by n method which  ilmost uny woman can copy. The  lrnwors In which thoy aro kept aro  Inert with white paper strewn with  ,'oso petals. On this Is placed a layer of  tho fabrics to bo scented, ovor that a  nyor of roso loaves, ninl so on In alter-  in tion until tho drawer In filled. Over  ill n shoot of tissue pnner Is spread. At  he end of twenty-four hours ovory-  lilng In tho drawer will huvo a dolicatt  lorfumo,  Dr. W. H. Wiley, chief of the Bureau of Chemistry of the Department  of Agriculture, was asked the other  day by a reporter why he did not investigate rouge. "Rouge," the reporter said, "may be very harmful,  very poisonous, sir. Don't you think  that it requires investigation?" Dr.  Wiley smiled. "No," he answered, "I  can't say I do. If rouge were poisonous unnumbered women would have  died of it long ago. "By the way, I'll  tell you a queer thing about rouge. It  is something I came upon one day in  a pharmacy, and I think it illustrates  an odd phase of human nature. "A  young girl was buying a pot Of rouge  and I heard hor murmur to the clerk:  "You guarantee that this will not rub  off?" "I do indeed," the clerk answered. "This! like all our rouges, is warranted to stand the hardest kiss of investigation that any of your women  friends will try on it."  CATARRH AND COLDS RELIEVED IN   10  TO eOMIMUTFS.-Ono short puff of the brenth  thronch tho blower supplied with ench bottle of Dr,  Ariipws Catarrhal Powder dlfFus-ea thin powd������rovoi  tho surface of thn nnss.1 pnvnuoi. Pninloss nnd do-  lii-htful to us). It relieves instiintly, nnd Herman-  ently cures <-������tnrrh, liny fever, colds, headache, sore  throat, tonsillitis and deafness,   GO cents.���������U  Doctor���������I don't think it is anything  very serious, but you will have to stay  in bed at least two weeks. Patient���������  Say, doctor, do you know that this is  a four-dollar-a-day hotel? Doctor-  Yes; I'm a friend of the proprietor.  Double Strength.    Finest Aroma.    Absolutely Pure.  Parents buy Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator because they.know it is  a safe medicine for their children and  an effectual expeller of. worms.  Mr. Goodfellow���������The sight of an old  schoolmate is���������er���������well, it might be  called both meat and drink. Mrs.  Goodfellow���������Yes, that's what you  men usually do in the circumstances.  Mr. Goodfellow���������Eh? Mrs. Goodfellow���������Meet and drink.  THE GOVERNORS WIFE A  PRISONER.-  Mrs. Z. A. Van Luvon Is the wife of the governor  of the county jail, Napuree, Ont., was n grent suffer,  ���������rlfrqtn rlioumntwm. When tho best doctors in th*  community and "Hpec-ialists" faPed to help hor, she  burioa her sceptism of proprietary remedies and  purchased South American Rheumatic Oure. 4 bot-  tlM oured her.���������42  "Say," asked the wrathful patron  over the 'phone, "what do you mean  by this item of overtime in your bill?  You didn't put in any overtime on my  work." "Yes I did," soothingly replied  the plumber. "You kept me waiting  ten minutes that evening while you  told me what you thought of ihe "for  putting in.a full day on.a two hours'  job."  HORSEMEN, READ THIS.  I have used MINARD'S LINIMENT  in my stable for over a year, and- consider it the VERY BEST for horse  flesh I can get, and would strongly  recommend it to all horsemen.  GEO. HOUGH.,  Livery Stabies, Quebec.  95 to 103 Ann St.  Customer���������You said you'd finish  that job if you had to stay up all night  to do it. Dealer (snappishly)���������Well,  I didn't have to stay up all night. This  is a free country.  RUNNING. SORES), tniMininnm* nt ncglort, nr  had blood, have ii nevt-r-fnlllni* I'lt'ni Iii Dr, Ariiow's  Ointment. Will lion.1 ths most stubborn cases.  Soothes Irritation almost Inntnntly nftnr first applies,  tion, It relievos all Ifo-hliiR and luirnlnu skin ills-  uttuoi In ii duy,   Tt cures pilot In H ton nights,-89  The Tea which received the Highest Award at the  St. Louis Exposition, 1904. Sold only in Sealed  Lead Packets.    25c, 30c, 40c, 50c, 60c. per pound.  By All Grocers.  "OHIO GASOLINE ENGINES"  STATIONARY AND PORTABLE  Iron Lathes, 8-10-12 ft.; Planes; Bolt  Cutters; Band Saw; Column Shapers;  Wood Lathes; Surface Planes; Steam  Engines and Boilers; Blacksmiths'  Tools; Elevator Machinery; Threshers' Belting.  Two 4-h.p. Gasoline Engines, 2nd hand.  BURRIDGE-GOOPER CO., LfD.  152 Henry Ave., East, Winnipeg  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Brown���������Did I ever tell you the story  about the dirty window, Green? Green  ���������No; tell it to me. Brows,���������It's no  use���������you couldn't see through it.,  STOP THE PAIN BUT OESTHOY THE  STOMACH.���������This is midly too often the case. 80  many nauseous nostrums purporting to cure, in the  end do the patient immensely more harm than good.  Dr. Von Stan's Prneapple Tablets are a purely vegetable pepsin preparation, as harmless as milk. One  alter eating prevents any disorder of the digestive  orguns. 60 In a box, 35 cents.���������40  A country editor was appointed  through some misapprehension or  other to the city editorship of a leading daily. The first day of his appointment a fierce fire swept the town���������a  fire, let us say, like that which devastated Baltimore last winter. The managing editor sent for the new city editor and asked him what arrangements  he had made for reporting the fire  fully and accurately. "Why," said the  new man, "I've made none."* "None,"  said the managing editor. "Good  gracious, nian> why none?" "What's  toe^j^j)rin^n^g_any^iti^_aboiut a fire  Tike this?" ^aid~tnT^ity^dll"6rr���������"Tt's"  such a big fire that everybody in town  will go to see it for himself."  1,I������Ur'������ Kit euro fur Epilepar and  lrimlrnl affivtiona Is tt.ao.-ily Hiccouful  n.inwljr. Mid i������ now o������m1 l/j- Hid bint  ]>nvncwi,8 anil *.������j)>itels in Kurort*  auJ America. It Is r.������iill*eiittallf  recomnwuiloU to Uo afflicted. If you  suiter ftwn  Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus' Dance,  or liiwo children or reklirei tliat da to, or know a friend (bat  la llltllcted, TURK S*N������ FOE A FREK TRIAL BOTIXg aud trf  It. It will bo sent by mail  prepaid. It hu cured  where ever; thing elaehu  UUtd.  When Trrltlns mention  thli paper, and givn full  address.   Kor sale by All dmzgisti.  TheLiebigCo., 179 King 5t. W., Toronto-  I*.   A rJU-,1-,   .-.rUAJj   U������lUi4 -MiU bry  CURED  A Carefully Prepared Pill.���������Much  time and attention were expended in  the experimenting witih the ingredients that enter into the composition  of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills before  they were brought to the state in which  they were first offered to the public.  \vhatever other pills may be, Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are the result of  much expert study, and all persons  suffering from dyspepsia or disordered  liver and kidneys may confidently accept them as being what they are represented to be.  Wlfklns���������I believe that dog of mine  knows as much as I do. Bifklns���������  Huh! I've seen smarter dogs than  that,  Z!fl the> ������������������rMparllla by kerning the)  iM-wsfs i-tgultr with AyVr-t >nit,  Cren.n Clieene,  To mnko dollclous cream choose after  an English dairy roclpo tnko a quart of  Bwoot milk, adding a cupful of croam  if a rich choeHo Ih doslrocl, and add ���������  few drops of liquid rennet. Thli ron-  not may bo bad la little tabloids also.  Place tbe milk in ��������� warm corner for  twenty-four hours. Throw In a little  salt and itlr woll. Wring out in Ice  water a napkin or linen cloth and put  the cheese in it, tying up tightly. Hang  this up to drain. Change tho napkins  at olgbt and leave hanging. Tbe cheese  li ready to tat io twenty-four hours,  " .���������v.iT"������-������l ���������  OMlllnir Attention.       ' j","  The trump ot tiin.o it truK.rul,  For It's ever plainly ihowlrtg        "  '  That famous mnn themiolvei It If  Who do the louden blnwln*.  Thai JTatUr'al Bath.  The domestic ingenuity of the  man In this story from a London  magncine may suggest somothlng to  economical Canadian householders.  He entered ft hardware store and  asked the price or the small bath-  tube In tho window,  "Two sownty-hvo.**  "Who'v!" r-vl-iihiod the'eiistom������r,  "I guess until prices come dowa  we'll have to go on washing baby he  th* coal scuttle!'������  "When a barrister of only a few  months' experience," said a lawyer, "I  had occasion to examine-a negro wit  neRB, I was getting along fairly well  until I asked the n'ogro what was his  occupation. "Ise a:carponter, sah," ho  said. "What kind o a carpenter?" 1  asked, "They calls me a Jack-leg car-  pontor." "What is a jack-log carpenter?" "Ho ls a carpenter who is not  a fiist-olnss carpenter, sah." "Well,  explain fully what you umlorstand a  Jack-log carpenter to bo," I Insisted.  "Uohb," salt! the witness, "1 docltiro I  dunno bow to 'spliiln any mo', 'cept  to Hiiy It am Jost tho sumo dlfforonco  'twixt you and a fuat-cltiBs luwyor,"  To Know Ih to Provont-,���������If tho minors who work in cold .'wator most of  tho day would rub their foot and logs  with Dr. Thomas' Kcloctric Oil thoy  would escape muscular rhoumatlsm  and rondor their nothor limbs proof  ngalnst tho ill effects of exposure to  tho cold. Those sotting out for mining  regions would do well to provide them-  boIvob with a supply before starting.  Tho greater the Irritation In the  throat tho moro distressing the cough  becomes. Coughing Is tho effort of  Nature to oxpel this irritating substance from tho air passages. Bickle's  Anti-Consumptive Syrup will heal the  lnllanied parts, which exude mucous,  and restore them to a healthy state,  the cough disappearing under tho cur-  atlvo effects of the mediclno. It is  pleasant to tho tasto, and the prlco,  25 cents, ls within the roach of all.  Senator W. A. Hlsborg was talking  In tho Capitol at Albany about a cer  tain legislative defeat. "They took  their defeat with resignation," he said.  "It was, you see, softened and made  palatable for them. I believe in that  I, believe in tempering victory with  mercy always." Senator Elsberg  smiled. "I admire heartily," he said,  "the kindness of the Troy girl who re  fused the civil engineer's offer of marriage. "The engineer, on being refused, groaned aloud. "Martha, he  said, make it easier for me to bear."  He opened and shut his mouth convulsively. Great beads stood on his  brow. His features were distorted  with anguish. He gnawed his mous?.  ���������taoher--^Gan't-you-Mar-t-ha~he-groan--  ed; "can't you make it easier for me?"  "Yes, George," said the young woman.  "I snore dreadfully."  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT.  Removes all hard, soft or calloused  lumps and blemishes from horses, blood  spavin, curbs, splints, ringbone Sweeney, stifles, sprains, sore and swollen  throat, coughs, etc. ������*Jave ?50 by use  of one botle. Warranted the most wonderful Blemish Cure ever known,  Ethel���������Where did you learn such  beautiful love talk, Willie? Your pa  and ma don't seem so lovin'. Willie-  No, but we kept a pretty maid.  A Successful Medicine.���������Everyone  wishes to be successful in any undertaking In which he may engage. It is  therefore, extremely gratifying to the  proprietors of Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills to know that their efforts to compound a medicine which would prove  a blessing to mankind havo boon successful beyond their expectations. The'  endorsatlon of these Pills by tho public Is a guarantee that tho pill has  been produced which will fulfil everything claimed for it.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  Applicant���������I soo you advertised for  a floorwalker, sir. Manager���������Yos.  Havo you hud any experience In that  lino? Applicant���������Two pairs of twins,  sir.  Sunlight Soap  reduces wash day drudrfery and increases  your leisure time. It is an easy, quick,  cleansing- soap that makes your clothes pure  *������d white without the least injury.   Hard or  ff*$Aft{?r wiU do aad y������u don * K*ve to boil  the Clothes.  Buy Sunlight.  Your grocer is instructed to refund your  money if you are not satisfied, IU)8  A gontloman whoso noso had boon  lost was Invited to tea. "My dear,"  said tho good lady of the house to her  llttlo daughter, "I want you to be vory  particular and to mako no remarks  about *Mr.   J '������   num*,"    (jiiiUitiitd  around tho table, every thing was going  woll; tho child pooped nbout. looked  rather puzzled nnd at last startled tho  table: "Ma, why did you toll mo to say  ;;-'jtl.!;;" ;i!;j.;i't Vv T " ���������',"������������������"��������������� *'  hasn't got any."  Mlnard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia,  Levjr Drathars Limited  Toronto  K   -$k  WNU No ISO  PAGE FENCES Wear Best  THB PMI WIM PINO! OO. UM.TU. Valkwf Ota, Tmata, atMnal, ta, Ma. VUuImt.   m fefl-*-'-  *"���������**������ <v *.    "  .Boilles Tnr������������-a  to Sto������e���������  .Human bodies buried in limestone  /countries are often turned to solid stone  by the limewater which penetrates the  graves. In other soils there are elements which sometimes so embalm the  buried dead as to preserve form and  features unchanged. Many .���������such cases  are uu record, li Libert Bui".)"-"* body wax  .f.'isltitenvd in 1M1 ~i to Ik* removed to a  new u.n.b. To the .sunir.si' of -ill liis  t'rieiiils the feiiiures -weiy i'ound to I it'i s perl'ect usnt luH'i.il. Wln'ii ilit* body  of .John ii;..ii|Kleii, t'*,c(f'amyii������ lOniilisli  pntrioi and leader, wa.-* disinterred b.v  l.ur.i Niig.'i.l '21)0 years nl'ier l-uri'tl. ilit-  1'inin and IViitures'\veiv us .l.ii'liiinpe.i  its if the eorpse liiui l.eeii rel-eiilly una  iu the grave!  . SMOKE .  "CUBAN   BLOSSOM"  A UNION MADE CIGAR ,  j-  FROM   THIL--  Cuban Gigar Factory  .l-Tntf-l Clerk (to Colonel .Cutter of  KeiiliH'l***.- Will you b,ave a pitcher of  water sent to your rooicV  The Colonel--Water! .Great gnus,  ain't there auy iire eseapeS-  Tho jroodneps in us impresses those  .nriiunil us for their good, since good is  always stronger than evil.���������Ladies'  Home J.ouni.il.  M. j. BOOTH, Proprietor,  A* AN AIM 0, B.C.  BYRON    COTFORD,  COURTENAY, BO,  DREEDER  of Ilolstein Cattle, Chester White l'igs,,   Barred Plymouth  Rock.*,, <X:c.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES.  If you board, loo!* c.i the .bright side.  ���������Nothing is bettor for tlie system than  prunes.���������Atchison I'lobe.        ������  O- iEi.   TABEELIj,  C^yi\y  SOLE AQEMT/  .       ������������������������Wa^������-W������-'*������*������l I ,       |    | HI      . I I 111,  TeiegraphiG     Nevys  London, 22nd���������The Manchrriari  correspondent of the Daily Telegraph cables particulars of what he  ^h.^r.'i(;te*rize8 a.8 the jnost ,br,utjj>l  ^is-yel^-qgients of the war ,tp ,(Jat:e  ^6 d^cla^s th^t pn B.unday a, band  $fCossacks rni>de an atta.ck ,i,n force  jQn a Japanese field hospital .where-  Japanese soldiers and pon combat-  frfllp taick,   The .Cosf-ijCks disregarded Jtije red cross signal  yl.ieh wajs  pr,o*^i*aenJ,ly ,dispiay,e,d   and   ftre.d  ���������aeyer^l yolleys "pf rifle gullets at  ^lose range.'    The Cossacks then  (Charged the h,9.Bp|t.al enclosure put-  jflg jt(9 the .bay.on.et and s.words' till  ^e jnip^tes, $ome of the Hujisians  djepopuptpd and thrust-thefr sj-yord**  $oj*y*.) the threats of  the Japanese  spldicsrs almost dppa pita ting  them,  ptj-ters wer.e disemboweled, tl*e mcene  $y$f- likfj a slaughter house.   Twentv  ���������aojdiers j**ere $a}zBri prjsqiiers after  ���������yhich the possapks ijred the camp  b^rf-fn"?  .eyefytjiing.   Qyarpti has  B(er*t a prptpsj. to Lineyitch ai.d hat  t\\e jjapapepe soldiprp in  the field  ���������threaten re-pfisul.  St "Petprpbtirg, 22rtd~Thfi com-  fujssjon apppuUetj to jnyostigate  flip papitjjlatipi) pf Port Arthur  firifiB tjiat tl)6 -a* render of tlie fort  ress was justitiable.  Ekatouuo3lay, Southern Russia,  22nd���������50.0 persons w.er.o killed in  an explosion of fire .d,-nap at the  Ivan colliery Ksartsisk belonging  to the Russian Dontz Co.  St Petersburg, 22nd--T!he p,t*blic  beiievethatagre.it. battle in Man-  churia.is no*rt- beginning aii,d official despatche0 from both sides bear  ���������jOilLlheJrlea that the Japs have eon.'  n*.'need their main advance* The  "Japs are pusbing.forward in force  their front no*y stretching from  Sing Lung ,Ch,uan to Yaomapass ,on  on the Bifandarin rpaxJ. If negotiations for an armistice are on fob1  they must bear immediate fruit in  order to prever-t a battle perhaps  greater io its casualties .than that  of Mukden.  Ladysmith, 22nd���������If the present  demand for coal continues, tlie Wei  hngto'n Colliery Co. will put on a  thiid t-hift in >��������������� fe\y days emyloyin.  a nol her 250. The Co is now taking out over 1200 ions a day. Tne  new steel bridge across Nanaimp  river is completed and on Saturday  next tlie first coal train vvill run  over. Tlu* short ljno from Lnd>-  sivii'h to Extension, the use of the  new road will reduce tJ>������ time he  tvve.Hi'tho two points by 1.5 minuti-"*'  and will do awav with the necpi-si y  of using I'Xir.i engines to push train'-'  over ihfr-  THE  NOTICE.  I he-.' to iif.im lie yvillictl a  on and after January 1st, 1904, my  business'will be strictly cush, by so  doing I can give my Patrons better  sntisf action.  T. H. CAREY, Tailor.  Short Coal  Mining Course  "PHIS CONTAINS . nly the'information  neof8sary to qualify persons to yass  the Mine Foremaa'a Exajiiinutious. It requires leas work auiri less time than the  complete course, yet those that finish it will  have a good kuowltdge of tlie art of mining.  Subjects Taugh<fc i*a t.iie Cop.rse.  Arithmetic.  Mcnsuratioa aud Trigonometric Pim,c,tb*J8,  J3b������e.aJVLe_t witli in Coai iVlui.es.  Mine Veutila-.ion. ~~        ~        "^  Economic Geology of Coal.  Prosjjecting   ior   Coal   and   Lacatiiip    of ;j  'Openings.  Shafts, Slopes and Drifts.  Me-hua* of Working Coal Mines,  Mine Surveying.  Mine Machinery.  rpi-lE ADVANTAGE  the public  has in purchasing where they  live i- ihey see the article aiid are  not disappointed as  when sending  away.  P. Stoddart,.  j?  Watchmaker    and     Jeweler,  sells goods^'at Eastern Prices and  hf.s|'a nice stock to select from.  EVERYTHING in SOLID GOLD  filk putcltH.-e*- engraved  .;.. free <-f charge ....  P.   STODDAItT,  Ds'iK^i-JUt Avio.,   ,       Cumberland.  wrixarem 9*i,**a%.r*smfiw*v*nm**H^ mmmnwarrmammmttm' mm  THE INTERNATIONAL *  CORRJiS^ONDKNCK   NCIIOOI  SCRANTON, 1JA. t  INFORMATION    WANTED  As to Hie v I-ir-rP-'-'inuts of C R Distler,  who left Vfini-oi.iv.*'; about io months ,aj*o  for Ciiniherlfiorl. Any |.iai'ticuU.rs regarding 's;nne will he -jraiefullv received by  his uncle, Rii'lo^h Distler, '.are of R S  Robertson, CiJiuberltrul, BC.  J,  POUVENIR  4..,-   ���������-,..      '��������� - ���������     '.: -���������>���������   ���������      .   ���������  Ooy. JoNHBOMat Mlnne-  lotn iPty-ti ���������' Ttie NortliwtH  fi.ml������h������i tli-f ffrtrnti!*. no-.  ���������Ibllitlo'i iinii I know oi no  in������k<i������|u)* to ilioiom-iil/  CoiiilWtunt' io eK|i!ult llie  wonder* tit thin ref-lon M  3,'mt Woifna'i* Wokk,"  PCTT  THE  Vi-l  i.-i^'m   ���������. riib <������������������������...  ...  t_jf.ii.<>..V.i\->'J.iui\f\. ,.jn,  V^n ���������.u,.iTJgU������..  J/'}$,  mmxmimngr.mmaai at" i  FREE  SOUVENIR  Mahk Twain wrlic-1  "Two H.iyd  dvi-idnt'  inii^  Thk V.'oni i/i\ WuiiK linn  tinl yul rcHflieil lllfc.    I'i'-.'/  maliB ������ tii-iie i'l Ihi-" I  -.liimlil 1-,-iiln-r UM I...V6 to  roviri to violence."  ET MUSIC  Chnno-*- to.-loln a <?inl������ Tliat Will  !Wul:o nud Nuva Klonoy I'on* "Voii.  Evorybocly (ilioiild jojn tho Mutnnl Literary Miv  gloClubof AmoHoa. Tl.firolsnntlilnnolHo lllto It  nny-vbei'o. It costs almoHfeiiothlut/tu join and tho  boiwfttHItkIvphnro���������vondorful, itonniiioN you to  nnrolinso liouknanilp-irlod loalB, inuitouiul tmislci.l  Instrumoiiw nt mwcii.l out prlW'g, II booui'oh ro  duriut rntuB ntmimy hotols. Itanswors nuoHt'.or.n  froo of chnrRo, H offrirs BolioIfirslilDH OTiilvnlna-  Uloonsh prteu to membr-rn. it nialntalim oluii  rooms In m nny ol Hon for Its nil-inborn, in nililltlnn,  ovi'ryii*oiiiliorri.c������'lT''i������tUooniclMniai?ii"'.lDiiriitl-  ito-t" J-ly'rv J������r������i.|l.������'ariiililloii������onii. noiansliy  Itnolf ,l.it'luillti������ tt nleoeg of liiui. oIuhh voonl nnil In-  Rtriiincnmi niuslo<rult Hlfin' cmol. month wltlinut,  (.'Xtriv oluirKi*. 73 iili'oos In ono yonr In nil. VOU  C1A.N OJ''T AlA.OF TUKSJ* J-iiSfuyiTS KOll ALMOST NOTHING,  ���������i Ho f i.ll yuiirly momlii-rililp foo In OnoDollnr f or  ilrti  wnn  ���������Ion'   ....,-.     .  moi.tlKiiuimborHl.lp. Nolmilyonn nffinrd to im*i������  ' ���������-"--' -   "  ��������� -111 ������it your money bunk  WILUAMS BROS.       .:  very Stable  - T;i"���������*;-M&j"'J':;*;^ and Diiaymkn    ;  .' S^xii.;': .a'i> Douiiuo Rre"-". ., '.  > vou  lluu-:.    Am, Oi{iii'"i"H    ���������  t .                                     ���������         ���������  t PiMWi'TiiY   Attkndku  to.   .;  t ���������  : Third St,, Cumberland,B.C.  Wm iB CiiffilierlaM  STAY AT THJ3f   VEN HOME.  INTKKKSTING __  INSTRUCTIVE  "GORREGT   E NGI3H-  HOW TO USE IT."  A Mo.sntiA* Maciazi.nk  Dkvoxeb  to the  USK  OF   lLVGLfSH  Joseph ink Truck Bake-i, Editor.  Partial Contetrs for tiiis Konth.  Coun������e iu Kii;ili;..li f, r the Bey inner.  Course ii. |i:,,gli������ii fur tlie  Advauecd Pupil,  How to l.icri.'U������i! Oin /ri Vooi.'.buk'.ry.  The Art ol Cnnvei-Miiiiim,  Sinnilil unit Would:    How to Use thorn. >  ViDiiunoiiitioiiN (tVntiii-*,- i)iotii>ii;u-y).  t'lirriiot Hiifjliftli it. tun  I'Io.iih,  (/��������� rwot 10 glitvh in the Suliool.  What to Say .mil What. Not to Say.  ('ourst! in Liaur-U'iituiij; ami i'uuotuiitiou,  AlptiahtstKi list of Alihroviai.ii.ii8.  Ku.-i.k:������.s Knglisli for ilm Ktisiueau Man.  t'oiii-Miiiiui Wrtnl.-    llo>v lo Writo Titer**.  "Studies in English Liieratu.e.  $1 a Year.   Send 10c for sample copy  ���������rORKECT ENGLISH, Evanston, 111.  TENDERS.  Ke IVtortgage Sale of Property  hereinafter mentioned  TENDERS will b,- received by the under-  |g|        nV,:!\  ������"������ ,,,<J,ook !'������������., Saturday,  the V\e-s hair of North West quarter ol  S,,t,on, re���������, and the V\\st. half of ihe  NmM. W,st quarter of Sootion Seventc-on,  H������-.ihy lshtud, Nanaimo District, locaJiv  known as "O.T. Mitchell's Place " y  Ihe undo,signed does not biud-liimuelf to  accept auy tender.  O.N. WESHVOOD, Mortgagee.  22 King's Road, Victoria, BC.  -**"���������"'-"���������-~ liiui wir*. J -iriimijLit--  HlMIi.DILLOI.J.P,  N OTA P. Y PU HLIO. CON V E Y ANC1?R,  REAL ESTATE INSURANCE AGENT,  COMMISSIONER SUPREME COUftT 150  Rents received, dt-liis collected,  i'.irms vali.cd,    . Deeda registered,  Do d.-,  W lis, Mining ft.pi m,  &c., drawu.  OFFICES,    CUMBERLAND, B.O  "lei on  Paile   Fniuoais.";  For CANDIES  Novelties,   Pictures,  F rames and  cleaning  of frames.  ���������s  D.   H.UNDE  Cumber la ncf,  m  THE BIG SPECIAL AUGUST' NUMBER OF  THR \VOPL!:>'S WORK  75"'.!   I. "'i-viV" fVir iiiirvr'i*"i'i il"d, '������ii 1 iu :i������ii" tlir vimt iiniul^ilitiM of tht  f.T������H " !'i-'ll ',*'i'st      N1-'   >���������' - ' ��������� ���������'���������'i-"i i.i .-iij-I'Mi.ntiv iiH'M-r..   ���������:   n ;i i -i. ...  ;,(o,"v -;' ., -h' -'.i-iiii-' ; ;<: -   j -,.     .-     i   n ,.. ���������-,    .- Nni-Ci,-...  ui.11 ,1 y.-,..,'..���������,'.      .   .. "    -   ��������� ���������'    ' -      *''    -   '.  \'y   ,U\,     -iili    |l|, ,  ,, .:    ,-.! -V    ��������� ,   '������������������     v ���������   (,      ,,l    -     ': ...''���������      ',      ;,-,i 1 .  luiiilitrinj; ttii.l lisiiiii;;; iii ti':,:. ..lal |u 1 ;      .. c ii"iu-'ri ������������������ " > ��������� -  (-���������llronilkuchui.if, .ih������-iiiiitciiii.ii..i, i*������.-Vi.,-,,.,,.VH ,.,  The Lewis and Gark Exposition at Portland  with ma|in, pliofni^rfliili*. nn<^l ���������ilc*rrit>iivc nfiii-lc*.. It wi'! h������ a rrccusriry  guide nnd h-miltinok to cvr-rynne who visit* the Exj-oniiion, llie li.*>i  ������ouvenir for tlio������e who iMnnnt jto.  Tim WORLD'S WORrC  drawn It* Innpiration Iron? ,:,e Hiine Jn.loniii."jlil** sfiiru .if propri-*** thnt b.-n 1^  tiJJji.*(.H..n>l llie Ni.i:!.,' c.C .;io;.t   ' wi'il-""-" '.o a in-it .i\ i!i >r.! i n,|-.ii.\ f'  Ji-tfll liioufli It ilt'M libc* the vit.tJ (liiiij'i in thf witrld'r- life :i*"l f*���������<��������� ii,r . tj"  who urc (loini*; them.   It it a liiit uy of our own li.w - tiiufi! Iv il!ii'iir...'il '���������.  Ewry Fjimlly In ihe Northm--.! .>l.o������ld Rrad THE VO^LD'5 VCR),   -V",  rripp   T>.������'���������������.)ii������ul 1 ..v....    1,, ;: n),���������������i N���������mV*i ������������������ d- r',- : i , li- ���������  i���������< ���������   ��������� * . ) ��������� !��������� - - M' ���������'  "T-iy lr^ Jr*   .4,.ll,,,.,i iw ,ii.i.     ,   1     .*.    . r. >������i ,i,i,   ���������.>:������.'���������...., .>   nnil for  Wila offer hy, Vou wl):         - ������it j-niir money bunk in  vul.io many ttmfnovor, .Pull iinrtluulnr* will nm  Kiint froo nf olinrne, but If you are wIbo you will  muni In yonr r������iiiin������t for jiiomlmmiilp ivHJi tlio  i)ri))ii<r fee nKinro. Tl.oilSow, tUfiminoiithnmom/  ucrjslil-ioif.twill Hnono)tot������m>. wrltontunou ml-  dreni'iiiffyniir l������(t<ir utxl <'ii(ilnniu������ f 1,00 for full  y-ini-'tiiiH'iiibOMiJluor iwe.u*i"llv.u uui.tii Cor tlirtio  ni-D-iciJArjj LIlim.AU Y jtrvSa-Qfijjpn  M   Am, Convi'.ww.wb riu Ouiw'iu  Tin-Haimh .Si.ii'I'i.ibi* w-rii  Bes.t Liquors and Cij-ars  ,)0 ooooooooooouor.  o  ma   b  Pj mm,  }am V  WS  O     I am  prep.1 red   to  ������     furnish Stylish Rigs  O  C  o  O     nnd do 1 earning at  ^     reasonable rates.  C D. KILPATKiCK  o  g 0 OOOOOOOOO0OOOOO0  0  0  o  Cum 1 ikklani) 0  ���������-tW������V.t������M     *f-t,  IS*.'  h  .      i.-itBU.il ly lilt <k ., ,.r -. .1   I      ������������������>���������������������������       <~t  'i' 1 1   'l-J   ��������� -. n������ .''if .0 ��������� 'iu...  "���������  |��������� ij fi'.lrA in > i,,-.-1., .1 if 1 -f ,-<|i.(ii j* *i   .������������>������ * i> ���������������������������    -'-1114i1.fi,.  our 'i'������'HI i fiV-rirf .hl������ w>ii.Vrii, V, f.1 r������f N..������, ti trtf.   M*..'l i; i-,< \ &,*<���������  rm mill  ������������������������   't'-w   *|,r'iii   >  lit v   "?   ������������!(������   "'i"!'!!'!!    .������'  ������' '     i^������i    h.iim!  ���������������   I������1.W-*        i'l''������.''    <i   *������>���������-   j  ������|-^i- /f,  V-L        DOUBLEDAY, PAOh t, x uhlMVil. 'SWA? C������������������ Vnh St.. ,N������w York      JH;3  li  :  \  <  >,  Cl .-H.I-'.-��������� no:, oiri'l  flC"* p.'ni'l ."-treet, New Vork  ^r-a^n-^.^n-  To Cure a Cold in One Day  Take Laxative Bromo ^minine Tabieis.^ pv&  Seven MBBon bo** sold In part 12 months. JUih Hkiialur������, ^-* /*&?n  Omr%* Or t*>  In Two Day*.  oa every  bo*. 35c. THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Iss-ued Ecery Tuecday.  ������  VV. B. ANDERSON,    ������������������      - -       Mfili.  The columns of THK News are ope*, to all  who wUh to express therein viewa o mat-  ters of puhlic interest.  While we do not hold ourselves re "nasi-  Me for the utterances of correspondent, we  eserve the rght ef declining to inser*-  oininunicK-tionu uaaoaessajrily personal.  WBONEBl'AV. JUNE 28   19113  Kspiiait I iNanaiiiii) Rj  Cumberland  Hotel  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET.  CUMBERLAND  B. C.  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland lie sure  and stay at the Cumberland  a!  Hotel,  First-Class   Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and  Public Hall  Run in Connection with  Hotel  S> s."r;.ty of Nanarmo.1  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 .t.m., for  Nanaimo, calling  ,������t   North  Saanich  Cowichiui Bay, Maple Hay and Crofton  when freight or passengers offer.  JLeayes Nanaimo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  .Union l>ay and Comox.  ���������Leayes Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  ���������Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, Calling at Crofton, Maple  Bay, Cowichan Bay and North Saanich when freight or passengers offer  Morel? Saanich  when tide and weather  conditions   permit.  "STANCOUVER - N AN AI MO ROUTE.  ���������';���������'''       S.'.S      '-.lOaN "  fiiyls1 from N.inainio 7 a-"*- daily except  .Sundays. "  _^ailsJjw)_\Mncoiner iil'r-r arrival 'of C.  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  HEET'S lUBSEKDS,  3010 Westminster Road  HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds,, now in  sto;k and tested as to-vitality. Wholesale and retail.  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees..   V.  RHODODENDRONS,..'ROSJ5S, GREEN  HOUSE AND HARD 1* PLANTS  for Spring Planting  . I'.R. Trai.* NoTTTTfaTI/except 'Sufp-  tdays, ai. 1 p.m.   ��������� '       -. ��������� ���������;,  ��������� *  TIME TABLE   EFPKCl'lVE  ALTllL   13.h,    1905.  VICTORIA TO WELLINGTON.  No. 2-Daily. No. 4-Rim a;.  A.M I'M.  De 9 00 .Victoria Da. 3,OH  w   9. '28 .'..Coldstream .... ** 3 2b  " 10.i.4.....   ..Kntuiig's " 4.2-i  >' 11 00 Dunmu's     '* 5,00  "... J' M I'll,  ���������FERTILIZERS- -  BEE   HIVES   and    SUPPLIES  Green house full of Plants, Cut Flowers  Floral Work. Catalogues free, or  call and examine stock.       G,-,  EASTERN PRICES OR LESS.  M. J. HENRY.  VANCOUVER, B.C  ^aJS***3g"fs.-^;^^  DREAD. Cai-cs ond Pies delivered daily to nny pari oi City.  KILL STOOK OP  Gr or erica  ������������������' 1-2'XS.,  Ar 12.53.  .Nati aimo.  (i 42  Weil ugU-u Ar. li.")"'  WELLI W!   1>   SO VICTORIA.  $*���������"<>.  l-f-|>.tll Ni   3- fuiu.iaj  A. M A.M.  J)e.   8.00 Wolliiij-ton D������. 8 0  ������������������   8.20,   N.miiiun   "   3 In  J.0 02... Du'ii.tu'u  "   fi.Ou  '/ 10.42 K..euig,<t "   6 3(i  " 11.38  CiliUirenm  "   0.32  Af 12 O.'l Viotoria.  Ar 7.00  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tickets on sale, good ovi-t rail and stc,u..et  lines, at <\vo ami one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Kxcur-  sions, and ruduced rues for parties may  be ai"n/,iij,iH| fm on' application 10 the  17,;UT*������", Maj*ayer.  'I lie Company reserves the ris;lu lo  chin*Miff without previous ijotiu.-, .sicmers  sailing,ilaies and houi".i ol sailing.  JCxci'Uion Tickets on .Sale Irom and to  all Stations, j-nn������l lor goiiij- journey Saturday and Siiiiclity, reiiiniing not Jaier  tliiiii Mondav,  liKO. L. COUUTNKY,  TrniHc Mana������er.  EMDE,  NOTICE.  Hiding on locomotives and rail  way earn of tlie Union Colliery  Company by any person .ir per  BOi������������A--oxci,.pt irain orew���������-it- Hirietly  pi'oiiil.ited. Enipioyoet' are sub-  loot todiBmitfHiil for allowing Bame  ijy ordur  JJi������'HA)������i:|-* li   hunt.  Mummer.  Qj  H  W  1  H  &-!  #���������<  ������  h  0  0  H  M  0  4  **   Q  CO  P  ���������-:  c  v.  <  <  te  <  ir-  <  p  0  LU  -J  <  CO  o  U.  CO  LU  1  o  >���������  o  ���������MM-  NOTIOE,  NOTICK IS IIKRKHY OJVKN thnt ap.  pltt'ttlon will bo .iiitd.i to th������ J^un-lutivx  Awnn.lily of thu PriiviMuN of Br.tiHl. Cul-  umltla at lu m-xt ii'������������l"n fur ���������>>> Aot extern.!-  Ing tit.) time for ttio oo.tiii.unt'a n*mt of ilm  ron-itrijotion of tlio Cntnpany'i lino ol railway aud lor tho fxpmi.hturu thiroon, i.i tt..  per nout of the amount of tho capital an.I  rt-'1u<.ii.j- the amuuot ol tiiu m-oitai nntl p������ i-  iniltiug the Cnutyany to d'OUmot iho railway in Nftiont,  paUul tlit 24th .Jam-nry, Ifl0.*������.  IURNAHD 4 ROflKUH,  "-iplictt^rf lot the A^pl.-^uu.  Wtin.  II   Wn������.  Nwvoii- Lndy .as a large bird flies  hi't'orc Un''vessel!���������Oh. captain, is that  an oiupnV  Matter ut Fact Captain���������No, madam.  That'is,a sea jjuJl.  VVlint   She  Monnt.  "Your shell-like- ears,  have they been  ��������� v pierced?"'  ��������� I'd ask with kind Intent,  i**?*������; only bored."' the maid replied,  2 V^sder what she meant?  11  Ono or Omums' Joiion.  Just for a joke DiHiias once addressed a letter to "the greatest poet In I'sir-  Is."   The postofflce sedt it to  Lamar  tine,  the idol of sentimental  rentiers.  He hesitated to open it and toois it to  Victor  Huso,  who protested  that  his  brother bard had far too bumble an  opinion of himself. After some convi r  ���������".atiou  they  aj^repd  to decide  by   lot  which of the two should open the en  vclope.   The lot tell to Victor  Hnuo.  who, taking out the letter, ivntl. "My.  de:ir Alfred." It was wri'tefl iv Alfred  <le Musset  First-Class Accommodation.  .. ..at Reasonoble Rates ...  REST OK WINES'&-LIQUORS,  S. SHORE,  PKOPKIKTOR.  UnioiB  SJL.n^E-u-'Br,    d      ID^w"VI3,    PP.op*3,:sro'B  English i x BURTON always 0.1 tap ; also, the .'anions MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anhenaer, Bi.hutnian, Sohiitz, &c. " OLD GREY BKAUU "  SCOTOH WHISKY. Best Wmes and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence if Man  Davis, will he found First class in every respect.  RATES,  $1 00 per day upwards.  Campbells' : BAKERY  A Fine Selection of CAKES   always   on  hand.  FRESH BREAD every day.  Orders for SPECIAL CAKES promptly attended to.  Dunsnrair.iVBniie.  Cuitalaiiii  UNION BREWING Co,  NANAIMO, B.C  The yearly return uf the Bock Beer'season is   of interest to the  brewer as well .as the public, and the  UNION BOCK BEER POR 1904  Will again show that special rare has Vprt fatten ir. the roaniifftoMirn nf jihn mmprinr  artit-lo.    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"Suffered for Years before she found  Quick Relief In the Great Canadian  Kidney Remedy.  St. Rose du Degele, Temlscouta Co.,  -Que., April 24.���������(Special)���������Suffering  ���������women all over Canada will read with  "feelings of interest and relief the ex-  ���������perienee of Dame Amudee Bradette of  this place,  "It gives me pleasure to he able to  tell," says Dame Bradette, "that I am  cured of all the ills I suffered for a  number of years. I found in Dodd's  Kidney Pills Quick relief from all  pains. I only had to take one box to  bring back my health, and in five  months 1 have had no return oi my  trouble."  Those troubles known only to women always spring from disordered  Kidneys. The female organs are entirely dependent on the Kidneys.  Dodd's Kidney Pills never fail to cure  the kidneys. That is why they always  ibring health, slength and cheerfulness to weak, run-down, suffering wo-  tnen.  POLLY'S  CAREER  By Izola. Forrester  Copyright, 1B0U, by Izola Forrester  "If you would only speak to her,  Murray, it might do some good. Her  father and I have tried our level best  to discover a glimmer of ambition or  -talent in her, and she hasn't an atom  ������������������of either.   She's nothing but a girl."  Mrs. Allan's hands fell on tbe wide,  arms of her rocker with despairing expressiveness. The colonel nodded his  (head soberly and sympathetically, as  '������������������befitted the solemnity of the moment.  _^-SheIs_6till_Yjery_yjD.ung  "She's the youngest of all. Bess is  thirty, Louise nearly twenty-five and  Florence is twenty-one. But look at  -them! Each one is established in her  ���������chosen profession and winning sue-  ���������cess."  The colonel was silent. Remember.  Ing some of Bess' poems, Louise's pa.  two-year-old jack���������married!  "But it's absurd, Sarah. Jack's a  man. It's different. One expects such  ideas iu a girl's head, the same as a  taste for ice cream or rose color or  matinees. But Jack is ambitious and  talented and well started in his profession now. By Jove, I'm proud of the  boy���������I am indeed. He's a fine fellow.  Takes after his dad. But married?"  The colonel leaned back his head and  took another laugh.  "Why, if the young rascal even suggested such a thing I'd fire him back to  . college or send him down to the mines  to work off an attack of romance on  tbe brain."  "And yet you censure me for desiring  something better for Polly than mere  marriage." Mrs. Allan's tone was aggrieved. "I thought surely that you  ���������would understand and sympathize with  me, Murray, and your Influence might  possibly direct Polly into making some  sort of a choice."  "Wait a minute." The colonel rose  from his deep chair near the fire. There  wns the slam of the front door and the  sound of quick, light steps in the hall.  "Come and get warm before you go  home, Jack," called a voice. "There's a  fire here in the study."  The long, dark green portieres parted,  and Polly stood in the doorway, tall,  blithely youthful and pink as a rosebud  where the wind had teased the color to  her face. There were snowflakes clinging to her big brown hat and to her  furs, but she was merry eyed and happy, suspiciously happy, the two in the  6tudy thought.  "Hello, dad." Jack's face looked over  her shoulder. "Awful glad you're here.  We've been for a trot along the drive,  Polly andl."  "I thought that you were upstairs  studying with Bess, Polly," said Mrs.  Allan, "but as long as you are here you  may come in. The colonel and I have  been talking of your career."  Polly drew off her long brown fur  stole and trailed it meditatively along  the edge of the rug at her feet. The  colonel coughed and realized that be  was expected to speak on tne sud* ecc.  He beamed down upon Polly paternally. He had always liked Polly somewhat better, privately, than Cousin  Sarah's more talented daughters.  "Of course you are too young to���������  to understand your own capabilities  and���������er���������and any lurking talents which  ������������������TIUT'H JUST WIIAT I DO FEl'L, OOLONKL  IUUjTWBLIp-A Ul'EOUtj riUCUHjEOXION."    |  tients and Florence's coplos of old mas  tors, ho did not foul thnt cither alllrma-  .tion or denial wan cnllod for.  "And nt eighteen thoy had oil doclfl-  ������ed doflnltoly what tlioy wanted to make  of tlionisoivcs, wlillo rolly-Mvrray  Hnrtwoll, when I nuked Polly this  morning If sho bad even the vugue������t  tort of id Inclination toward nny occupation in the world, what do you tup-  pone ih* said? Sho told mt thut ih������  hopod torn* day to bo the motbor of ai  many charming daughters ������������������ I bad*  ���������nd If tbey wero half au much worry  an mine were ibe thought iho would  have eccupatlon enough. Murray, are  wow Imij-hlnff nt mol"  " Th*. colonel loaned bli bead back and  laughed heartily in spite of tbe accuB-  tag, reproachful attire of Mri. Allan'i  ayeglami.  ���������-���������It'i just like Polly to say tbat," b������  cxp!nln������d. "And hv .Tore. I believe  ���������he meini it too. If I were a little  jrounger-tay thirty ycars-I'd have ���������  try myielf and encourage her In be?  choion career. By Jove, I would Indeed, Couiln Sarali! Polly'a a mighty  ���������pretty, level bendod lltUe gtrl, and I'll  vU>e bound abe'a a good cook."  "If It were Jaek'n career tbat waa at  otflke you wouldn't turu a eerioui problem of tbli kind Into a Joke. What If  bU only ambition In life were to be  aarrltdr mm   ,  Tbe colonel's tat* aobered auddonly  At tbe thought Jack-debonair, twenty-  you may possess^"FoUyTbut "you-must"  not give up or be discouraged. Some  of the great geniuses of the, world only  discovered their gifts at middle age."  "Well, it's a pity somo of them  didn't die young," said Jack cheerfully.  The colonel Ignored the Interruption  and looked at Polly. He felt the approving attention oi Mrs. Allan's eyeglasses.  "But If you can consider the question  of a career or should feel any special  predilection"���������  "That's it." Polly nodded her bead  until the snowflakes scattered in raindrops from her hat. "That's just what  I do feel, Colonel Hartwell���������a special  predilection."  "For what, In the name of sense, Polly Allan?" Mrs. Allan leaned forward  In amazement.  "For Jack." Polly smiled assuredly,  and slipped bor hand Into the ono that  sought it. "He's going to bo tho object  of my career."  There was a tense silence. Tbo colonel stared frowningly at Mrs. Allan,  and Mrs. Allan looked back at him  with conflicting sensations. Tho paramount ono was a small but solid sense  of amused satisfaction lu tho colonel's  utter discomfiture.  _ "Shall It be collegd'or tho mines, Murray?" sho asked.  The colonel squared hia shoulders.  Ho hnd mot honorable defeat boforo  und could face it llko a soldier and a  gentleman,  "Neither, madam, neither, Seeing, as  It Is, Polly nnd hor career aro nt stake,  I glvo my consent und wish hor all success,"  Jnck stretched out his dlsongaged  hnnd.  "You blossod old tlndl" ho said, ond  the colonol had tho honors of war,  A Very Funny Joke,  "Tho bond of our firm Iind it trying  exporlonco ono Fourth of July," said a  commercial   man,   "IIo  thought   he  would piny a funny joko on bis family,  to a day or so before tho holiday be  bought one of thoso candy boxes made  In Imitation of a caption flrocrncker.  He secreted this in the pantry, where  ho thought It would bo snfo.  j    "But his llttlo son, nbout olght years  ' old, dlm*ovorotl the flrocrnclcor and also  j discovered that It was filled wltb can*  J>.    Uu lic'i'tAi. tiiuiactf lu iu* Cuit>,<-i..4  ussd il/*.'i!3y, flj)t*ih*������ the box empty, he  - mado way with it and substituted a  1 ronl cannon cracker.  I   "Fourth of July enme nnd tbe bead  1 of tho family, smiling hroiully, came  i doO u.-naiia iiwii plated Witt 'uii, ui>.<..������������������������������������-  I er In tho middle of tho breakfast tnblo.  I Then, rognrdloss of his wlfo's cxpostu-  i Intlonn, ho touched a mutch to tho fUHe,  never thinking but whnt It was the  enndy box on tho tnblo.  1    "Ilfi non nnd holr nntntoly vanlnhof\  \ from tho scene about tills time. In  about thirty seconds thero wns nn o*r-  i plosion Unit wrecked n once happy  tiroi'.i-fnst table, nnd ono hour later tho  n-orHt npnnUed boy In Potrolt hnd sob-  bingly confessed to an Irnte father why  tlio Joke bad fAlJed."-Mllwaukee Sen-  . Unci.  CANADA IN tHE ARCTIC.  Row Canadian Exnlorara Ylaltad Frankl'i  GraT������yard���������***lotur������i of tha Narth���������  Tha Neptnue Expedition.  Tucked away In a slender blue-book  is a twenty-one page narrative of u  really remarkable piece of Arctic exploration. Mr. A. P. Low sailed  from Halifax in tho Neptune on  August 22, 1903, and entered that  harbor again on October 11, 1U04.  His expedition had been absent for a  year and fifty-one days. Hie ship  had steamed 10,900 miles, and of  this l.bOO was ice-mileage, probably  the best season's ice work on record.  He had gone very far north, visiting  Ellesmera Land and the "scene of disaster to many famous Arctic expeditions. He had to his credit a mileage  of surveys amounting to over 2,000,  and a long list of geological and natural history discoveries. Under  most circumstances such an expedition would receive profuse notice.  Mr. Low came and went most modestly, and the tale is told with great  brevity in his official report to the  Minister of Marine and Fisheries.  "At eleven o'clock, on the morning  of the 15th (of August), we dropped  anchor in Erebus harbor, at Beecliy  Island, near the southwest end of  North Devon. This is one .of tho  most interesting places in the Arctics. Here Franklin wintered for the  last time, before passing, with his  ships tho Erebus and Terror, to tho  westward; where finally all perished,  on the shore of King Williams island; or, in the attempt to reach  civilization, to the southward. Here  also established tho headquarters, of  all the Franklin relief expeditions  sent out for years afterwards in  search of his missing ships. After  fifty years, numerous traces remain  of these expeditions; the frame of  a large storehouse stands on a  shingle terrace, a few yards from the  western shore of the harbor, and  close under the hill forming the point.  Inside, and in rows outside the building,, are many casks of provisions,  including peas, flour, oatmeal and  cheese, all destroyed by the weather.  Scattered about are hundreds of tins;  which one* contained the in-famous  Goldner Patent rations, supposed to  have been one of the direct causes of  the loss of the ill-fated expedition.  Remnants of clothing and (many leather "boot soles also were.seen, together with a two-wheeled cart of Admiralty pattern. On the beach, be-  .low,_are_the~wrecks_of������a-lar.go_Eloop_  and a life-boat, left by the relief expeditions. Both have been badly  broken by the ice; and portions of  tbo mahogany planking of the lifeboat were taken for souvenirs. On a  small terrace, immediateljji behind the  house, is a wooden cenotaph erected  to tho memory of Franklin and his  crews; and lying along side is tho  large marble slab sent there by American citizens; and left by McClin-  tock in 1858; who attached a brass  plate to it. We raised the slab and  photographed it; and again laid a it,  inscription downward, alongside tho  wooden monument. Should a cruiser again visit this memorable spot,  material for a solid- foundation for  this slab should bo taken as it cannot bo erected In tho strong winds  that blow thero without some such  precaution.  "About half a milo in roar of tho  houso, on a desolate plain, are five  graves containing tho remains of  somo of Franklin's companions who  died here, and somo of tho members  of the reliof expeditions. Leave wae  given to as many of the crew ax possiblo to land hero; but tho ico coming out of tho inner bay forced us  to leave before tho graves, could be  photographed. Wo brought away the  cart."  Yot anothor picture of those dreary  regions may bo given:  "Capo Sabine was reached at one  o'clock on the morning o( tho 11th,  and tho heavy bumping in crossing  was but a forotasto to the oxcitoment  of that day. Tho ship was Btoppod  behind a small islnnd, just south of  the Capo, whoro, accompaniod by the  captain and tho doctor, I landed on  tho rock griinlU) shore, about hall a  mile south of Parry's last head-  quartors. Wo walked ovor to hia  houHo, which was originally tho dock-  houso of tho Windwiu'd, Closo to it  is another small houso, built of  rough lumber, tho residence of the  Stein party. Both are vory small,  nnd the surroundings droary, while  tho amount of decaying, walrus blub-  bor, scattered about, rendered the  rocks sllppory and tbe air slimy, A  fow bodies of dead Eskimos, wrap-  pod in musk-ox skins, were covered  with small piles of rock, within a  fow yards of tho houses, and must  have proven ploasant company during tho dreary wintor, A couple of  photographs wero taken, and a copy  of tho proclamation,  taking formal  j/n.i.-,,->i_,isiuu oi  *^iiCJ>JJtJVJu'������ laiuud,  nwa  t.'ifkr-d en tho InrtJrio of the house.  "Wo then rot-nrned to tho boat, and  found that during, our absent a  heavy floe somo milos in extent bad  como in, and had forced the ship to  l**nvi������ for -unffty. The ire wnn tnnt  closing on tho shore, and we bad a  narrow escape from being caught  between It and the land, but finally  roachod the ship in safoty. All night  ice was forming between the pans,  ihowing the first signs of tbe coming  wlnt.'-r.  "We now steamed southward, across  'he bay to Capo Ilcracholl; when  about half way across tho ship struck  violently upon the summit of a  ���������harp rock, but luckily had way  enough to carry her ovor without  sanjrini*-. Several ice|*irgs were close  alongside,   and a    soundina    taken  IS YOUR LIVER TO BLAME ?  Here are the Symptoms which Tell of a Congested  Liver and Indicate the Weed of  BR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PfiLLS.  Tha tongue is coated, the appetite  is impaired, digestion is deranged,  the bowels are constipated, and there  ar������ feelings of fullness and soreness  about the liver.  You may have headache and dizziness, pains in the limbs, feverishness,  yellowness of the eye and skin, depression of spirits, and irritability of temper.  So great is the influence of the liver  on the other organs of the body, that  onco it is deranged, the whole system  seems to be upset.  There are no means by which you  can so quickly and certainly obtain  relief from torpid, sluggish liver action as by the use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.;  One pill at bedtime, and the result  is a thorough cleansing of the filtering and excretory ^systems, and new  vigor and regularity for liver, kidneys  and bowels.  No family medicine has been more  extensively used in Canada than Dr.  Chaso's Kidney-Liver Pills, and none  has such a reputation for reliability  and certainty of action.  Enliven the action of the liver by  this well-known treatment, and you  ensure good digestion and regular  action of the bowels���������the foundation  of good health. ���������  Mr. Roger Clancy, farmer, Chep-  stowe, Bruce County, Ont., states : ���������  "I have used Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills, and would say that  there is no medicine that equals them  as a cure for stomach troubles, biliousness, torpid liver andc headache. I  was troubled a great deal with these  ailments before using Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, and they have proven  wonderfully successful in my case.  "I would not think of being without  a box of these pills in the house and  whenever I feel any symptoms of these  disorders I take one of these pills,  and they set me all right again. I can  strongly recommend Dr. Chase's Kid-  ney-Liver Pills for the troubles mentioned above."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 25 cents a box, at all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.; "Tor-'  | onto.    The portrait and signature' of  [Dr. A. W. Chasr, the famous receipt  book author, are on every box.  within a hundred yards, gave seventy  'athoms of water. An,inspection was  immediately itiade, but no apparent  damage could be found, beyond an  ���������ixtra amount of water to be pumped,  ".he keel appearing to havo taken all  the blows.  "We landed at Cape Herschell,  ivhere we hoisted the Canadian flag;  read the proclamation taking formal  possession of Ellesmore Island and  idjacent islands, in the name of the  f������ing��������� for the Dominion; and a copy  Of tho proclamation was deposited in  t, larg* cairn, on the extreme point  sf the cap*.*-*-  To Get a Stand of Clover.  Dr. I. A. Thayer, of Lawrence county, Pa., has given the subject of growing clover more than ordinary consideration and has so far solved it that  he is reasonably sure of a good stand  every year. He lays down Just four  -rules-as-f ollows ���������  First.���������Fill the soil with humus;  Second.���������Remove the stagnant water.  Third.���������Apply lime to the soil where  needed.  Fourth.���������Sow the seed on a good,  well prepared seed bed and give It the  same chance you do any other good  crop.  From some years' practical experience I feel sure that this will bring us  success. It is unreasonable to expect  a good set ef clover when we sow it  into a hard, unprepared seed bed already occupied with one, two or three  crops.���������National Stockman.  The Strawberry Bed.  Strawberry plants should be set as  early in the spring as possible so they  will get a good start, eays J. L. Herbst  in American Agriculturist. Place the  rows of the new bed three and a half  feet apart and set plants one and a half  to two feet apart in the row. Plants can  be set with a spado or dibble, care being taken to have the crown of the  plant on a level with tho surface of the  earth, If the soil is Inclined to bo dry  it ls a good plan to wet tho roots while  sotting and Arm tho soil well about  them with the foot. In the fall the  bed should be covered with straw,  cornstalks or any coarse litter that ls  not filled with weed seeds.  emtmm^ammmmmmmTmmmmammmmmmmmammam  Silage for Sheep.  As to the relative effects of silage  and roots on tho milk flow, the experiments at the Wisconsin station wore  without very decided results. At Now  York Cornell station this feature was  studied more fully. As between mangel wurzola and oorn silage, tho lambs  sucking the ewos fod roots mado  slightly better gains than those Bucking ewes fed silage, although tho ullage  appeared to be a cheaper ration. As  between boots and corn silage, tho  lambs of the ewos fed silago mndo  slightly tho larger gain In weight. Thoso  results show but a meagre dlfforenco in  the feeding valuo of those foods,  The Colt's Feet.  When the colt is growing, the hoofs  Rhould be looked to occasionally to sse  If thoy do not require ���������rlmmlp-*'.  BAR TO PROGRESS.  Conffreefinait    Drnirnlaw    eax    Bad  Roads and Tbelr Improvement.  Congressman Brownlow of Tennessee, author of tbo famous Brownlow  bill, writing In Collier's Weekly, says:  "nonnMerlnir the country as a whole  our roods nro disgracefully and deplorably bad. Thoy are a bar to tbt financial, social, educational and religious  progress of tbe agricultural claasei  which tboy affect directly and a source  of 1r.������m to ovory other class which they  affect Indirectly.  Tbo first groat step toward tbt correct solution of tbo rond problem Is a  recognition of tho fact tbat road improvement li not wholly a local question. Tbe rural population have a lar*  gor lntorost In good roads than any othor dnss, nnd thoy will doubtless always bo found willing to pay tbt larger part of tbo oxponse.  "But tbt condition of tht road affects  tht prosperity of tbt whole community.  It is tbereforo a proper subject for  stsrt and national legislation."  Uott a German Baby Ia Bwauaea.  Of all housewives in Europe probably the German is the hardest wouked,  and of all European mothers the German practices most completely the art  of swathing and padding her baby and  of putting it on tlie shelf. The German  baby is swaddled in a long, narrow pillow, which is made to meet completely  round him, being tucked up over his  feet and turned under his solemn chin.  Three bands of gay blue ribbons are  then passed round the whole bundle  and tied in large, florid bows about  where his chest, his waist and bis ankles may be supposed to be.  In this guise he can be deposited as  an ornament either on the sumptuous  best bed or on the kitchen dresser or  on the drawing room table. How fond  tlie Germans are of this presentment of  baby may be guessed from the fact  JthatJt_flgur.esJat'gely in their picture  books, among their dolls and even in  the bakers' shops at Easter time, made  of dough and covered with sugar, to be  devoured by greedy live babies.���������  Strand Magazine.  Look* After the Cent*.  A simple illustration will show the  care that is taken of ceifts by oue of  the big banks of Chicago. Stamped  postal cards aro not used, nnd not ono  of tho thousands of routine letters that  are written every day is stamped or  sealed until the wholo routine, rnall of  tho day ia assembled in the nhernoon,  Then all tho cards and letters to one  correspondent aro put in a single envelope, and, except for letters from the  ofllcors nnd tho like, tho bank comes as  near ns possible to get its entire mall  carried at 2 cents an ounco or a cent  for every postal card instead of often  paying 2 cents for a quarter of nn  ounce, as it would havo to do If every  communication woro sealed and stamp-  od separately. This llttlo matter of  getting full valuo ont of a two cent  stamp makes a saving of from $25 to  $130 a day .-World's Work.  Lead IMpo to Kt>*������i> Hnxor Sharp.  "Load plpo will koop, your razor  Bharp," conlldod tho garrulous barber.  "Got a short ploco of tho smallest,  spftost load pipe your plumber has In  stock, and koop it handy whon you aro  stropping tho razor,  "Tho schomo is to rub tho strop with  tho pipe. It works best with a plain  leather strop. Apply tho plpo, Just aa  you would strop tho razor, to tho un-  llulshod sido of tho leather. Strop your  razor on that side, wind up with a fow,  passes on tho llulshod sldo of the strop  nnd you will hnvo a first class odgo oo  tho tool. I novor took tbo troublo to  got n scientific explanation of tlio virtues of loud plpo as nn nld to whetting,,  but it is all to tho good in thut rospoct,"  me rrapRira,  A now civilization is holding up now,  nnd better prizos, but be wbo would  win must have a better equipment  and a flnor training than tbt past required, If tbt prizos aro groator than  ever bofort tbe preparation also must  be greater. He only wbo ls prepared  tit bis chance can bopt to succeed.  ooim's  KIDNEY  Mi  i.  PILLS . "��������� il*-  WjW  -.;.������i.'',:  li> -v  V Lady Peggy was soon made aware  that this festivity was solely in her  honor and succumbed to it as cheer  fully as she might  God keep her!  All the while staring  ait.the ribbon of her twin's wig, a-long-  fng to cast her arms about his neck  and pray him cover her up in bis wrap-  rascal  and  fetch  her  home,  vowing  the'dl run away from/em all the next  minute.   But where?   How?   Which  way could it be done so that; capture,  idiscoveiy;and humiliation would, not  follow?: Peggy could contrive rjometh-  od, and .the girl was literally terrified  both at the prospect'before her and by1:  the realization that, easy as it had  "been to Jump into man's attire, it '.was  well nigh Impossible to get out' of it  again.   Should she on returning to Peter's Court.lay off her satin suit, wig  and rapier, and resume her Levantine'  gown,  hood,  petticoats,  patches  and  . reticule,, haw*, and-of what hour qf-the  ..day or night'could she in safety leqiye  the mansion and find her- way  uh-  '. suspected to the King's Arms and the'  coach?   'Twould be out of the ques-'  tion.   Servants were up and about at  all  hours?-- and were  a woman seen  emerging from her room, what piece of  scandal- 'would .not the next day ring  from one end of the town to. t'other!, .  With "consents" tattooing in' her  ibrain, my lady recklessly put ail the  heart there was left in her -into the  present moment, lost a hundred pounds'  to Escombe with a fine grace, won fivei  : hundred with no rdbre ado, laughed,  drank a little wine, went home with  her host at 4 ia tbe>fmorning and fell  lieavily asleep.   .'_  At 2 of the afternoo'n the Beau usually  hejd" an informal leyee-attended hy ,the  ^moJfTrdtedTf"the"bu"ck^and"macaroni3  Of the town���������vastly entertaining half  hotfr$, wherein, whiltf'soundly abusing  the n^Wsphp&s for-their being stuffed  With lies, the- cqrhpaqy still e&geTly: de-  , ybured every, scrap or gossip ti*ey; con-  tainfed;%here the^moiint of fifiz>,tow-  er|i*g  abpve  Lady   This'  brow'was  measured and scanned, the better''ap-  ,pearance "of Lady That Inf" the 'v-n'e'w  ,!-"''ftfBhJi^i^ gown discussed, and the hor-  , f/n rid aspect, of th(?ffEion. Mlss-So-iand-so's'  ' jtoupep .aj*d.,he** general resemblance to  a' mait.'sack tiedcin tho middle talked  ,;j rdyer. ''Ihis couplet and thnt comedy  'jWJBi*������it6rn to pieces;-by as many pretty  ���������"wits as chanced tp,be present, while  W^'Tepjpersdresged his masters wig in a  ,*������������ ,eb|ner and a footman'and a negro page  ,'  h0ded chocolate round in silver trays.  .'������������������vTh^/������BQ(iu,'.,hln*self reclined on his  ',,,great bedstead with its fine tester, a  half*' domett'of' pillows richly laced nt  /��������� hlfl'bead������j)a flowered, gown about his  V ��������� ��������� thouUiei's, hlsr.nightcap on, a coverlet  ,, embroidered by tho Chinese over hln*,  '"his^snuiXbox at band, reading aloud  ,^v from.,..tbe damp and freshly arrived  printw'bilst Sir'Wyatt, Lord Escombo,'  '"'Mr. Jack Chalmers nnd n dozen more  .sat. br< stood, cup In fingers, 'twlxt Up  . ..and. saucer, barkening, eager, to tho  '' ,v how's."'  -    VfTls by this on tho tip of ovory  tonfguo In town that thero occurred last  night at Lndy B~d's rout an encountor  (tho second within ��������� a^ so'ennight) betwixt Sir'P���������y do B~n and a certain  young gentleman from Kent, whoso  hnndsonio face, genteel manners and  dashing behavior hnvo conspired to  placo him in so brlof a tlmo nt tlie very  height of fA'vor in society and moro  especially In tho eyes of Lndy ft���������a  W-n, It hnd boon, supposed thnt the  affair recounted In theso pages ns" hav-  ing taken placo id'tho chamber's of  Lord K-n of K--n ,wns on, account  solely of tho nboVo mentioned ndornblo  young scion of a noble houso. Wo aro  In a position to nssuro tho world of  minion tnat sucn is not tno case ana  tbat both tlio unfortunate disputes betwixt tbes6 two gallants aro to bo laid  to tbe door of1 Lady- P���������y B-o, slates*.]  to Lord K-n. Report hntb it that hor''  ladyship is In London*, rumor contradicts report and avers that yio fair  one has not stirred from home.'"Tbo  Issue ls awaited wltb luterpst, as tho  .VerbuUu*  ueeuuul of uu  uuaUtytifltd.  elopement may ho looked for nt nn;rj  moment,   Bafo to say the vivacious  Lady P���������y B-o, whom, tbo town bath  nover bad tbo ploasurb of beholding,  bas succeeded in, stirring Mny fair to  Its depths and Una Imnu Um *.aui>c already of ft very- pretty pair of quarrclt  between two young gentlemen of tbo  first quality."  " 'BHfeP cried Beau Brummel "Who,  bow, tbe devil's Ladyp���������y?"  "By tho dragon himself, I never  beard that Kennaston bad a sister/'  suld Lord Wootton and Mr. Vnno nt  once.  "Yes!" exclaims Sir Wyatt, tapping  bis forobead roeollectlvoly. "I do recall that Sir Robin McTart, the nlgbt  we were at Kennnston's chambers, en-.  teicd with tbe presentation, of t tetter  ***     ' - ���������"���������^IrjrT**   '*.������"   "  ot introduction rrom 'Lady Peggy Burgoyne to ber brother.' and, 'sdeath,  'twas, I believe, she about whom they  fought too."  "Ha! 'Tls not only Lady Di, then,  that's at the bottom of their quarrel  after all,"; says Mr. Brummel reflectively.  "Where is the fair one?" asks Escombe.  "Who knows that?"  "Faith, no one. Stop! Sir Robin must  know, since 'tis for her he unsheathes  twice in a week!" cries the host  "Where is he?" ,  "Bring him in."  "Send for Sir Robin!" ls the cry of  the company.  "Zooks, sirs, but our reputations as  gallants are broken up an we've- not  seen her of whom the prints speak  thus,", says the Beau, adding at once:  "Tempers, my compliments to Sir Rob-  near to ffgntlng sir rercy omy last  night and did fight him in Lark lane  oa Thursday last, ain't .known to you?"  "Is she in London?" pipes the Beau,  pinching the little black till he squeaks  again.  "That I cannot tell," responds her  ladyship. "I do know she's not in Kent,  and she's not at Kennaston castle.  'Slife, sirs," adds she, "I pray your  consideration. Guess what you will.  This matter of Lady Peggy sticks me  closer than you dream, and I'd give  my lifo to know her safe at home with  her mother."  Silence ensues. The disappointed fifteen get them back to the Beau's bedside to talk over this latest development as to the mysterious Lady Peggy.  S  "McTart I  McTartl   Up with you I"  in ��������� McTart,, and.,beg of him to join ua  for,attheleast,a few moments. I know  he's 'averse'.'to early- rising, but pray  iniorpi him: to; "skip across in his dressing-Vgowibyahd.! slippers and nightcap;  ���������we've no ladies hereabout to ogle bim."0  The which message, being/conveyed  to .my Lady. Peggy a-sltting by-the  pul led out chest . of drawers mournfully contemplating her long "shorn  'tnSseTTwTth^  such a fever of sorrow as well nigh  chokes her utterance.  "Say to Mr. Brummel I'm asleep,  Tempers, and crave to know his pleasure; the answer to which I'll send as  faithfully as Morpheus will permit by  you for Mercury. Off with you!" And  her ladyship softly stroked her locks  and for the thousandth time went  planning her escape. ,  Peals of laughter, rattling of rapiers,  click of heels, and now:  "Rat-a-tat-tat-tat-tatl" on the door.  "McTart!    McTart!    Up with you  from betwixt coverlets aiid into your  Persian quilt!"  "Out with ye, Sir Robin, or, sir, we'll  in, the fifteen of us, and rout you up  from Morpheus' arms!"  "Come, Sir Robin, dally no longer  with sweet sleep. Up, sir, and bethink  you of beauty spelled with a P-e-g-g-yl"  shouts Sir Wyatt, chorused by the rest.  At first clap of voices Peggy stuck  hor hair back into tbe drawer, jumped  up and stood, band upon tho dressing  tabic, hor expression llko nothing else  nflo much as that of a fawn caught in a  .thicket,  , "'Sdentht Gentlemen, I pray of you,  a few momonts' grace!" cries she, trembling from tbo knees down, for 'tis  quito of the temper of tho manners of  tho day that In a second moro tho  wholo company should batter down tho  mahogany and burst in.  "Throo-nnd-tblrty, nn you llko, Sir  Robin!" says Escombo, who is soberer  than the rest.  "Glvo us tho whereabouts of Lady  Peggy Burgoyne," shouts Mr. Chalmers, "and wo'11 troublo you no moro  'til doomsday!"  "Lndy Peggy BurgoyneP  "Lndy Peggy Burgoyne!"  "Whoro's Lndy Poggy Burgoyner  "Whore's Lady Poggy Burgoyne?"  "Whoro is tho fnlr ono'for whom you  nnd Sir Porcy do Bohun havo fought  with blades nnd tonguos twico uow  slnco this day last week?"  ./'Lndy Toggy Burgoynol" cried tboy  in hot concert, joined. In most lustily by  tho Beau from his bed across tho corridor nnd nccompnnlcd by tbo pounding  of fifteen, rapier points on tho parquot  and thirty fists on tho woodwork as  well aa the demoniacal screams of tho  | Beau's llttlo nogro and tbo parrot on  bis wrist.  "Tell us where alto lnl" came high  staccato last from Sir Wyatt's exhausted lips.;  "My-leMJir.tnd gontlomen," answers  bor ladyship,-standing closo to the door  enveloped from* top to toe in a sheet  ovor her nlgbtrall, "would I could!"  Thoro was a ring of heartfelt truth In  tbo reply, and Its uttbraneo was succeeded by a second's surprised pnuso,  Tbe young bucks regarded oacb other  With shrugs, purged mouths nntl Interrogation points bristling In thoir eyes.  Mr. Chalmers, recovered of his surprise soonor than tbo others, snys:  "Do you mean to sny. Sir Itobln, that  tbo whereabouts of tho lndy with whose  namo the prints and tbo coffee bousos  are ringing., tor. whose >ako you camo  CHAPTER IX.  HE herself falls Into such an immediate flood of tears as shakes  ber well, and then up she rises  from her depths, and with all the  courage of her race and blood she vows  that, come another sunset, she will  quit Peter's Court as if for a walk and  never return; that in small clothes,  since it must be, she will Journey back  to -Kennaston castle and risk all tho  discomfiture and disgrace her doing so  may bring upon her.  In point of fact my Lady Peggy was  at that state of mind when it seemed to  'her no degradation or humiliation, no  sorrow that could be visited upon her,  would be too much punishment or  enough for the sins without number  she had committed since the luckless  day she took the coach for town.  When she emerged from her room for  dinner, 'twas to learn that Mr. Brummel had been summoned hastily to St  James' on so importaqtan affair as to  initiate his royal highness into the  mysteries of the new tie of Sir Robin's  pwn invention, and tbat he trusted in  this audkmce to obtain permission to  fetch Sir Robin to the palace and present him within a few days to several  august personages," etc;, ....,=-  Her ladyship'therefore dined alone,,  scantily .too.' Food choked; lier, 'wine  burned\her throat and,- to speak truth,,  she was heartily glad not to have,to-  drink it, for her ladyship was ah abstemious young lady and believed milki  Bohea and Pekoe the beverages .i'or'ber  sex, to the exclusion of any stronger.  At twilight, having made" her duds  and���������her���������tressesiup^into-a���������rep.utahleij  enough parcel, Lady3?eggy, ih a suit pif  claret velvet, leaving jill,the rest of her  man's attire hanging"'in the presses, j  sauntered carelessly 'out of the house,  declining the footman's offer of a chair  or even a hackney chalse'-or a page to  carry her parcel, and setoff at a swinging pace across the square and toward  the river. It was her jnte]ntipn,'..by way  of frustrating any atietfipts' ajTtracirig  ber which might be set afooti|the<dis*  covery of her flight";once madf, to so*  double on. her, own tracks and/jto' keek  out such unimnglned and ^unlikely  streets to traverse,, as must puzsle both  bellman, watch and redblrd -alike, as  well as her acquaintances. ;\ ,,;'/:;���������  She swaggered along toward' St.  Stephen's, where a coach containing  quality was occasionally met even now,  then down Horseferry road almost to  the river's banks; then along Jack-  nnnpeB row, with little idea of |ue"eut-  throat locality sho was haunting; back  again toward better neighborhoods, then  a lurch to the Thnmcs rankl&g into;  Farthing alley and Little Boy yacdy.at  the end of which she found herself,; at  the old Dove pior,  Peg stood still, her heart beating  both with hor quick walk and at th^������  strangeness of all that surrounded bow  She bad no fear, becauso her arm was  stout, ber aim sure, pistols at ber belt  and a good sword at ber side, anil she  was perfectly ignorant of nn������ tiarm  hero to be found greater thanvat tbo  door of Beau Brummel's bouse.  Thc dark dwellings of the yard-;]  frowned at ono nnotbor, with not an/  el! of sky to share botween 'em at their  roofs; the sign of tho Tbrcp' Cups  swung nnd creaked In tho slow^breeze}  the river, black and growsomo, lapped  at tho foot of the stono pile against-  which sho loaned. On tbo river tho  tired bargemen rested nt thoir oars,  and 'tbe. d$ of the wntor bird was tho  only Boj.iud-'thnt struck upon hor oar.  Poggy was casting about in her mind  whothor to ontor the inn nnd inquire  hor, rond to'the King's Arm's in tho  Strand and hns just turned to do so  when in tho envornous doorway of ono  of the gaunt looking tenement." sho bo-  hold tbroo figures, Tho faces of two  wore townrd her, nnd hy tho light of  tho fish oil Intnp swinging nt tho noxt  door tavern sho behold them, ho sinister and forbidding s\n <*> enna* hor to  bnlt for ri f������pn<*<������ nnd thon, nvorcomlng  ber drond, to pursuo hor pnth, but  slowly and by croHsIng tho yard.  As sho did so hor weapon caught In  ber hocl, nnd nn sho bont to dlsongngo  It a voice f'pc.'il.'Ing In low, mufllot!  tones arrested her gnlt  It wns tho volco of Sir Roblb McTart, snyings  "If I mako It JO guineas nploee on the  spot, you swonr to lenvo bim cold on  tho pier yonder como Bundny night or  to tie a stone about his throat and  throw him Into iho rivor?"  "Aye, aye," gruntH ono of Hie two  companions of this most valorous pv-  tlomun. "'K's bnlwnys 'ulUIn' 'ere-  nbouts o' Sunday nights."  Lndy IVggy, with mch n pull strlmr  of terror nt her honrf jis aho never htitl  betore, dra^ys_ciosef to tlie wall of the  tenement before which 6he has halted  and creeps nearer to the portal wherein  these cavaliers are quartered.  "Let it be 5 guineas apiece tonight"  squeaks the baronet, "and the remainder when the business is done?"  "The deuce take you with your 'when  the business Is done!'" mutters the  other. "We's doin' your job for yoU  for little enough.' 'Tain't every one  as 'd hundertake the funeral of a  heart's heir like Sir Percy de Bohun."  Her ladyship's like uow to fall in a  swoon, but not she; only leans she a  bit against the bricks, her bosom heaving, her eyes dilating, her lips bitten in  until they are almost bleeding.  "Hush-h-h! No names, you varlets!"  Interrupts Sir Robin.  "Hey?"  responds tbe other.    "The  ���������walls ain't got no hears, and if they  ���������'ad wot I'm sayin's the cussld truth,  eh, Bloksey?"  Bloksey grunts.  "The town '11 be afire when it's out  that a gallant like 'im that's heir to  Lord Gower's been done fer, and then,  my fine gentleman, who's to pay for't  if we's caught and If we 'appens to be  seen by any one when we're a-doin' of  your job? No; money all down now or  Sir Percy lives as long as 'e Jikes/for  us!". ��������� ';;' j'.'.-  'Peg's hand is upon the hilt of her  sword.  ..Shall she spring and run Sir Robin  through? V  .Shall she hide,; and buy the rascals  o'jt at a higher price than he has,paid?  But no sooner do these thoughts rush  through her brain than the Utter impossibility of compassing the one or of  performing, the other undetected, if  even with her life, and she so at the  mercy of these cutthroats, comes to  steady her, and she realizes that her  only part is to get away as fast as sbe  may and unseen if she can.  Meantime Sir Robin  concludes his  bargain with the two desperadoes, and  as they withdraw into their haunt and  he .turns onf-hls .h������ej he espiesVLady  ��������� Peggy- rounding the; ..corner with1 her  ;;bundle under her arta. , The little bar-:  onfet "With a sidelong glance ;at the ball-  ,way to make sure-iris' men are/out of  sight darts to ^e'opppsitefside of the  courtoh tiptoe and then, putting hands  'to;mouth, calls across softly but clearly  4'nkvatqne half of joy, half anger:      .'  ^*^r,���������Intipgpitt!���������Mr.-Incognlto!���������Hjo!-  "tsay^Incogriiip!''., "';:>v-.',.-        /;  Peg stops,-, i?bbrt. 'Twere wiser per-:  haps to ;t*^to discover^whatVhad put  Sir-^pbi^McTart^up'to .the murder., .  ,:,r"By jgad,, sir," cries; this one, -making  a d������sh/nb*vf oyer, to Peg's side of the  way, "liere-..have I - scoured the town  for day 'and, night, and' no trace'of you  anywherer- 'Incognito' me no more, sir!  "Who Sfeyo^, sir?   I'll stand no more  t A������i  <P  >(  sucbtr'i%ir|&'eriseI"y;vSIr Robin's valor's  yU.based' on the  knowledge  ; tbat^lfe^biade to be unsheathed to  ; bis''n^rjt!^e:���������y|���������ould:.and1��������� would shout for  hisi"hVejldgs'.'"to the;, rescue. V  o'Tjw,as ,tl^e.first and only time in his  llfe-thati^'was,ever known to urgo or  even hint a quarrel In propria persona.  '���������'���������"I'll 'incognito' you td the end of the  chapter, Sir1. Robin McTart," answers  Llady Peggy, 'clapplng':linnd.-tb' hilt  ," "V|ry well, sir;, ,ver;| well," says, the  baronet, reflecting that another'corpso  ..might cost him .IQ1 guineas moiV'.ero  !ibe were done with  It,  and besides  |* yearning for tlie!, news of bit^A'dy  wbich be thinks h^ mny glennii "I'va  small .stomach' for fighting any man.--  Religion doesn't teach us that lesson,  but'tis a scurvy trick'you've played  mejlslr."  "In what way, str? Out with It!" ro  piles Peggy,  "You', sir, sent mo to Kennaston  a-seeking Lady Peggy Burgoyue, sir.  She was from homo,' and jiot a word  elso could I buy or wring out "of her  servant's cursed mouth. Thon I bled  to Kent, believing, from your fiuo messages to mo from bor ladyship, that  sho must bo thero at her godmother's.  No, sir, sho was not, nor cpuld nnyono  toll but that sho was at Kennaston  castle for all they know. Back In town  posthnsto I seek Lark In no, whoro hor  brother lodges, so I hnd hoard, only to  lonrn that ho has gono to stop with Sin,  Porcy do Bohun in Charlotte strcot."  "Woil, you sought bim tbere?" Jn-  quires Peg, qulverlug with supprossod  'oxeltemoirt.  "I did not, slrl" replies Sir Robin,  with oiiiphnsls, t  'Thank heavcnl" snys his companion  fervently, nh exclamation which mny  do doublo duty nnd Is woll tnken by  the, little gentjemnn from Kent  ''No, sir. l'ou do not suppose, sir,  that I'm a-going to risk a llfo that's  Uimr to Lady t'cguy ul Ujo hitmia ui a  dppiiig bI..nice uod bUic kill like Sir  Percy, do you?"  "Ah, Sir Robin!" quoth hor ladyship.  "If you know whnt n consolation It  would bo to Lndy Peggy to hear of  your unwiiiiiigiiuai- io h uuu id your  precious person In such company  'twould oaso your mind and heart"  "Look youl" whispers Sir Itobln,  plucking at Peg's slcevo. "But toll me  whero she Is, This uiystory's killing  me. How fares sho? Po*** sho pliif*  for mo? And Is this truo?" With  hliiikliii; hand* Sir Uoblu tuk.-s from  his pocket n copy of n print of the day  previous nnd, unfolding, rends to tho  astonished Peg the following paragraphs:  " 'Town's talk ls all for tbe very pret  ty quarrCl 'bfowixt Bir P���������y 'de B-  andthe gallant and handsome Sir  K-n McT-t of Kent. 'Tis all over  Mayfair and far beyond that the cause  of the dispute is the lovely but mysterious Lady P���������y R���������e!' "  " 'Slife!" interrupts Peg. catching at  straws*. "You now perceive. Sir Robin,  why 'tis that hep ladyship,must keep  l'(*r, wljoreaboutsV^v secret, even," 6he  ittltls wit'i sentimental deflection, "from  you: Trust mo; sir. as you would trust  her and he guided by tny couusel!"  Sir Robin nods vigorously, fluttering    '  Ids sheet with anxious fingers. "Listen,  sir, listen to this further."   He reads  on: " 'Sir T���������y de B���������n has sworn by all  that's sacred, so 'tis said, to stick Sir  R���������n McT���������t to the death, and serious  consequences are feared.'"  "Ah!" cries Lady Peggy, overjoyed  to hear anything that may serve to  keep the little baronet aud Sir Percy  from meeting. " 'Tis a gentleman of  his word, I promise you. Better get  back at once to Roblnswold and let  London and Sir Percy gallop to the.  deyil an they see, fit!" - * .  ;VNay," replies; the one,.addressed;  "Not I, Sir Incognito. It is not forAa  McTart to. turn, his back on danger,  but'the rather," and here by the ,fish  oil 'gleam the little gentleman's squint  eyes leer cunningly up into her ladyship's .fftce, ;"the rather," continues he,  glancing -Vcautiously around, "takt ,  measures taproteetmyselfs''  ���������  "Very commenduble of you, Sir Robin, by my faith,", cries Peggy, although  she shudders, now linking her arm in,  her compauioii's-a'nd assuming an air  of easy confidence,-byjtbe which she  hopes to ensnare him^into a complete  revelation of his plans!  "Since yougo armed and are, I doubt  not, a master'ih' the''art of self defense,  what have you to: fear from Sir Percy .  de Bohun?" , ;';V  "True," responds the baronet wlthi'a''  reservation to himself and no mind stall to  proceed'-"i&ny  further with his,. ,���������'  revelations.   "Gad, sir!   A fellow like -  that"-jclutchin^t; the newspaper stuck  among his;fuurl1esv "ain't to be\trusted-  as long as/h^js abp.ye:\the groun'd.1 -I" ������������������'  swear, sir, 1 fear toi walk abroad,'and'    ���������  hold myself housed at my inn in -Pirnr  lico close, hpt;daring; to show my. facte;,  AVrufBan that's  publiclyVprinted ������s'  seekih' life^fctffck me'blithe back lit.7* .  the dark anie gpjt tlie chance." 'i-1  _^N,ay,ihay;iSir^RjObii    fof her sweetheart; "he's not that sortF^  of/a gentleman.1 'But look you, keep-  close; freqUept neither club, coffee nor  chocolate house nor .rout nor drum; Cfc  chew Vauxhall, Richm'ond,^nd the playhouse or any' likely place where bucks  gather, for, trust me, sir,; an"you do  meet Sir jP9Jpy,;' there Ml be the deuce to  pay, and his blade's his obedient slave."*  iPoor'Peg! She has not oniy to protect Percy or his life, but as'^efbre, to  preYfent^ ah*/, discovery Vof her usurpation of"tJieMlttie baronet's name.  "Curse him I. I fear him not!" re-  spondsl;<#is'' 6ne, his itching fingers  twisting ab.O'it the empty purse In hit  pocket ; ;-'V ���������?"'' ,'.;'���������'";.:  "But of her ladyship,'- Sir Go-between?"', adds he presently as they  emerge upon the broader and better  lighted road. /"Pon my life, but to so  find tpysclf thVhefo of a romantic passion with|!the lady; secluded' In a mystery, n nolileihnn thirsting for my blood,  a nameless gentleman playing Mercury,  betwixt me nr)djjmy.fair, 'tis amazing,  sir, prodigious amazing!" Sir Robin  struts aud takes snuff very comfortably slnco,be'' has got out of a very dangerous en vlrdhmeht  Peg's soul sickens within ber as sbt  listens to hint;   '  "Tell me now, how fares she?"  "Not so wejlj" answers she.  "you've'seen her?"  "Not L". \  "Are.iike tb?"  "NoV'sIh",.".!  "You enn convey meflsnges to ber by  somo fond way she's planned to get  bor news of me, eh?"  "i can, Sir Robin."  "Sir, wboovor you are, for pity's sakt  tell mo whoro Is she!"  "Not far. sir."  "Gad, sir, to touch bor hand, ber  ,cheekt.-.l'ou',ce Jn.Ji.er. sure confldcnceT  Siio does favor me?. Slip will not give ,  me hopes, sir, to turn around and break  my benrtby marrying'of another?"  "Lndy Peggy Ml never marry any  mnn, Sir Robin, I'm of the opinion, so  I'd not glvo that for your chances!" answers she.  "Think you sbo over enrod for Sir  Percy?" nsks ho.  "Sir, who onii fathom n woman's  heart? 'Tls deeper thnn iho son���������so  deep, inethlnkt*, ofttliut-s she lu-raelf  Uo!.!" '.'.;t t!'.:.t n!iirv������vi** thin /-nti eni-ntl  It. Rlr Hnhl'n ! ti.ke my lf>fiv-> of ynn.n  "Hold, hold, sir; not so fast! Whore  next may I encounter yool"  "That must be as tior ladyship ���������nys/*  answers Peggy,   "Your Inn's In l*ln>  II   ..v'l"  "Yes, tho PurtU'd Hen; not far off  Buttersea brldue."  lC0J1TI*U*r*D.]  \V  V-  _^_,  Stocks-Bent's fnlluro Is regnrded at  a very bud out: Mihi-ck���������How so?  Wtocks ��������� With his opportunities bt  sMould have fulh'l for at loam twice  tho amount,  A man has plenty of friends when bt  docHii't need them. a- tjm<stm>i&&$i,oif t*.      jKjast. ���������������.".*���������* ;*itt  *    ,*>i  s*5W������^a>f>^>������s!������>s������s o-t\- "rmm  mfksmm  *r*ii-.m-  41  ft  WE Sell FLOUR,  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  " Electric Process ���������'  FIVE ROSES  " Patent Process '*  Our Prices the Lowest.  Do N<>t Take a Cheap or Inferior  Flour when you can get these Two Stundard  Floursatthe Same Price.    :   :    :    :    *.    :    ���������  ALECKIEBOOTi  FOR PROSPECTORS  AND MINERS.  k I W       f 1, 127  m,f:.  ���������PBEIIDS OF J^.XjJ.1 1SZXTX DS  to. S. HnSctuoH. Itar-  af^mu&iitmm4*���������*i���������~.*���������*-���������*     "        .Tin     i"    '      ������������������<���������  cr Advertiser8 who want their ad  e banged, should get copy in by  9 a.m. dav before issue.  The Editor will aot be responsible for the  views, sentiment*, or any errors of compost-  Hon of letter correspondents.  lob Work Strictly C. 0. P.  Transient Ads Cash in Advance.  ''"���������ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY.  $2 oo a year,  Subscription..,,,..,.  ���������:' . .    ...-il'S^ ���������  -The splendid qualities of the Jap  aneee seamen require no praise.  The Russian seamen have achieved  a melaucholy record oi incapacity,  It is men that win battles, not machinery, preparation and discipline,  rather than heedless bravery. What  it Uu*qI Japan now has been true  bl Bnglano;in tbe past, England's  naval successes have been due to  ���������Ofie'spirit and resources of .her seaman rathor- than to the number and  strength of her battleships.  It men generally had  poroeption  enough to see the light and wrong  in a given dispute, and the moral,  courage to declare firmly for the  right and against the wrong, there  would be lew talk of arbitration,  because less need of that recourse.  Therp can he no arbitration between  right and wrong; one or other must  surrender.   Public conscience often  iftsos to be dead; and publio oor*  rttp^ion in danger ol becoming a  national hubit.   The great need of  ��������� totality ii that public honesty  should become a rational habit,  and 4t will if the people back up  leaders ot the fight for deoenoy and  fuirplay.   Aldermen and legislators  m-ve been corrupt because men with  awney made it their interest to be.  They are not oorrupt when prose*  outing attorneys, courts and people  make it dearly their inteiest not to  Uo,   Human nature it weak; that  is why some men are so easily in*  toxiontod by the possession of a little  brief power.  ��������� ��������� ���������  A German paper regrets the re*  cunt victory of Togo on the ground  *      -   '-   -       - ��������� -   -     ������* .- -     ...     il...  Telegraphic     News  G*an.������hu Pass, 27th���������Vague;, de-!  sp.itches reaching here through the |  official paper edited for the army  make the conditions under which  the proposed peace is to he reached  indifferently uuderstood, Although  Gene. Linevitch and: Kuropatkin  express conviction th at Russia is  drifting towards: peace no action  looking to an armisticij bat yet \mn  "takenf."~ Pn^tte^c^tiraTy^W^o^v  manderg appear tbr^g^ei /-thaW at \  the time when the armyVmiis'retfc'ft-  ed its maximum strength it is like:-  ly to be deprived of victory. Numerous small bodies of Japanese  scouts have appeared in the regions  of either Russian flank and it is  feared that they are intended to  screen tbe turning operations of tbe  Japanese as before the battle of  Mukden  Locje,, 27th���������This place is under  martial law .   .-^���������v       ,  .  Lodz, 27 th~A patroi was fired  upon yesterday from behind a wal).  The Cossacks charged *fld killed 12  persons including 7 \-wbrnen, 's>w  wounded 50 on 8ftturdkp^92 wel(e'  killed outright and three times'iHWt  number wore wounded. Traffic is  suspended. No news papers are allowed to publish.  St Petersburg, 28th���������It is rumored that Gen. Kuropatkih has been  killed end 7000 Russian* have.beer  cut of by Gen. Nogis army. '  GUN OLUB.  Grand Anuual Trap Shoottng  Contest under tbe auspices of the  Cumberland. Gun Club,        ,(....  Blue Rock Traps and Target?  will be used. Entrance fees to defray expense*}. No entries allowed  after last squad hai commenced firing.  Shoot to commence on Saturday,  lei July at 10 a*m  Kvent No 1. Open President's  Pritv- (K. P.. Napier,) $Yno. 2nd  Price, C H Tarbell, 100 loaded shells  8rd Priie, 8 Shore, value $2,5o  10 Birdi, unknown angles, tw'o  barrels, kill with first barrel io  count 8 points, kill with second bar  rel to count 2 pis Butt of gun on  hip until "Pull" is called. Fee 26c.  Event No. 2, Open Vice Pres.  Prise, T Bate. 100 loaded shells.  2nd Prise, PStoddart, watch charm  value $2.50 3rd Priie, Campbell  II.,.., C������U, value* %2 4Ui Tri*, O  U Fcohoor, value U 50  10 birds known angles    Fee 25c  Event No P, Grand  Handicap,  Solid leathery ,u. iiijmi'^'"oi  .Prospectors' Boot*--; made   wiih  outside; ouUiitei".*",   water   pioof  chrome jgrain le)-, best veal kip  V vamp and full bellows tongue  , to the top; a broad toe last wih  double sole and slip, "Klondike  feyeletf^and hot������ksr"Praeticallv  indestructible!''.. For hiiie by all  [ good, dealers. >.-...���������  '       /   ****,  ���������MANUFACTURED    BY���������  gOHB, Co,, Ltd  yANQUVER B. C  TENDERS.  J.  Tenders will be received till the 25th < f  June for pliCing new black-boards in the  Cuniberland Public Sohool. "  "Lowest or any tender  not neeevsarily accepted,       ...   For particular*), Apply,  """^-TrH^OAREYT������������������~=  Tenders will be received till 25th of June  for Painting two rooms in the  Cumberland  Publio Sohool.    ^Lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.   For particular* apply  % H. CAREY, Seo.  >li'>'"-G--  $0TICE.  Applications Soy the privilege of run  ning.a Refreshment Stall on the Recreation (.rounds on the 12th of July, will be  received by    J  ���������;-;.:   ^.WILLARU.Treas.  lu the i*tatter of the "Muuioipali-  ie������ Incorporation Act" snd in the  ������������������, mstter ol the extension ot the liin-  , its of the City nf Cumberland,  Publio Notice ia httreby given that the  Corporation of the City of Cumberland  have uuiie formal application to the Lieutenant Governor in Counoil for an extension  of the limits ol the municipality ho'as to include within stud oorporatH limits the following property i���������that, is to Hay, Bloolc 1,  Lot (I) end Block H Lot* (1).,(2), (8), and  li) aocordiug tu t-hti certified plau o( Elijah  Priest. a Provincial Land Surveyor, and being a SuIhOIvUiou of Part of tot 21, Nel-  'ion District, Provii'ioe of "driti������h Columbia,  ' ��������� The said liUiVia luly tiled tu the  Laud  Registry CMtoi, Vi-jtpriaB.O.  i   '    Dated at Cumberland &0.   this   10th  day of May 1908,  LAWKKNOr- W. NUNN8, City Clerk.  ; ;��������� ���������,        WESLEY WILLARD, Msy..r  PHOENIX  BEER  No Better Lager Brewed In America.  The Oldest Established Brewery in British Columbia.  ������������������������������������������.,   *-������������������   ���������-��������� i    i ���������"���������-'���������'"������������������'    '     ���������'   r ���������'"���������'    "      ' ���������"   **��������� " ���������     ������������������������    ���������������������������������������������h-ii,i   ii    .������������������������������������xiium    miiin     nw.^    uii    it.  offices    Victoria B- G-  Royal Barfk of Clrfada  thftt.itropreBoulsadtrtaater to the    lat Pri/������, Rto A* Whyti*. vmwii"  ii- white only so far as he hat hww  bled ho by hi* autocnvjcmiuterit.  Ir. no '"''.iVr inwn of H. C. m-h;'.!  tlie-f-eoplw tolornto the action of me  Majof and Council allowiug the  (Ufrp) Trustees to advance pnblic  .$mmy to bonus a privme^raierprise  tonductedbya school nutter, K  * by-law hat been parced pefnittinit  fhem to dose, then it should be  made pnblfe, U -aot, ii to lime that  new members with tome idea ot  wbat ie honest end oonsdeotioue  ���������Kr>������*M K������������1*Mlarl *n mimeA *U*   ������lMt  ill..   tVi/,C,4������ u,! .:���������������,������',  > i'..t|i.,���������.'.,  ,lt������] I'rize, T Isink-", box oigarti vul-  ue. U r)������������ Hit Pri*-*, K fiiil!<������������, vah  .i.i -H \'Jt i'i bitd������ known uncles  Kn'ritnce 50oT'  Kvcnt y������: I, o'i.iii Capt'p i'riw  J Bruce, Uuph %'l oo 2nd Prixe,  Marrocui tiion, value* *l dni I'tiio  D K W*lnr.������be, pair lmiiei ^tippers  vslue li 4tb fine, W McKay, h\h  Roast      6 duubU birds    Fee 35c.  Event No 5, Consolation Prizes  U\ Pris*, ������>r Quinlan, Tooth  ex-  . trnctedliT������(Aoosptaneeoompiileory  9(>d Prise, 8 Ulser & Go value $260  Ird Prise,McPhr*A8oo value 1260  'I ���������.'���������',���������  OOAL MINES REGULATION AOT.  NOTICE   Of   EXAMINATIONS.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tbat  KxrtminttioBi will be held, (off 2nd and  8n1 Class Oertfloetei of Compettaiiy under  tbt P;ovisloni of the " Coil Mlneti Regulation Aot "onthe lOtband flOtb -daysf of  Jolyr 190BJ,?oommeneing,������t the hour of -9.80  o'efpok ia the Forsnooi) :  The: Bx������mioaU->ai Will be held at *������raie,  Nanifmp abd OunrborUnd.  The^u^eotatwiU be ss followu-  \$KCi������n C>*Ae������iCAVi)ii)AT*M.  MiaW AoVend Speoial Rules.  MiueO-Mees,  OeaeSlWorlc.      ,  Thikp (hmCattotiKTm  Mining Aot end Speoial Rules,,  Mi..* name!.iii.il G.-U'iittl Work.  "ipnl'rHoiis must Im.'made,to tho undnr-  si|{ii'.������rt aot-'umpauieil hy; their *tatwtory fee,  a-. i-.H.iw'.i���������  Hy an npplic������������iit for.Kenond Olitsa Kxaw-  inntiou,   '        ���������j'IO.VO  B.\ an applioati.it (nr !j.'hirtW31n������s .Kkhih-  lo-ul.r, -" *oM,\  I'hft .ippiicatiom must J>e ac.io.t)i)ani������ul by  T^it''.r������i������ri|^ .-if   I".1. li/;*-������l    ('npipfvili  fr'-t  (A) Jf m l.'fiii.li.i'.ti. for K-'Oftti.t {%\w, t\ it  bt has had at lew live yesri exps-rienoa '���������'  or ebm-i tin preetieal wwkbg of a Coal  ^iieT^(B) 11 eCsodidau for Third Cla������a,  that ho has bad at leaet threo years expert*  ���������em io or about the praotioti working of a  (W Uiu*.  BV OHDBR OP THR BOARD  ���������law Ut* 1901  Ibaboi H 8bwbmd, geewlary  Capital (paid up),.,  Reserve Fund . .  Undivided Profits,,  T. K. KENNY, Presidext.  E.  $3,000,000    .3,000,000  .......    308,743  L. PEASE, Gkneiul Manaor :  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department .--Deposits of $1 and upwards reoeived;   Ioterest allowed at current rates, compounded twioe eaoh year on 30th June and 31st December.  Drafts on all point* bought and sold.  A. W. HYNDMAN, Manager.  OFFICE HOURS   10 to 3j    Saturday 10 to 12; open  Pay Nights 7 p.m. to 9.pm .  An Offer  |To All  jPoorly  To everv man, and woman too,  who in struggling ".long against ad-  versiry, Htriving to make the b"8t  of an uncongenial p .sition and a  poor salary, the International Correspondence Schmilu, the strnding  aud achievements of which are  know., aud honoured everywhere,  make., this offer:- If you will indicate by a mark like this X on  the coupon lelow, wh.bh oooupa-  you prefer, the I. C 8. wi.l at  its own expense and without  oblitjatioD ouyour part, show  you ho* it i������ uot ouly possible,  but aotually easy for you to enter that occupation, not as a poorly paid apprentice but with all  the qualilkatious neoessary to  command a good salary,  Have you enough curiosity  to auk HOW?  A  Fair  Trial  IS  JLUL* "WE  jlsk:  UST-a chance to show you that  we a J way a plea9e our customers-  by supplying them with t$b BEST  MEATS at the lowest?, market  prices. A trial order will convince  you.  THE   CITY  '        .     . ���������   , 'i  Meat   Market,  W. W. McKAY, Proprietor.  Fletcher  brbs.,  Dealers in High-grade  <  hi.,  AND  jlnternational Correspondence  Schools, Scranton Pa.  Box 249 Victoria, B. 0.  Please explain, without further obligation on my part, how 1 can qualify  for a larger salary In the po������i>  tion before whioh  I   huve  marked X   :  Bookkeeper-  8 enngrapher  Ad. Writer  8how oard writer  Window Trim'r,  Moon, Draughted  Omam, Desiguer  Illustrator  Civil Service  Chi-mist  Textile Mill Supt  Kleotrioian  Kleo. Riigineor '  i   i  Telephone Engluoer  Kleo Light's Eiupt  Meohan, Engineer  Sntveyor  Statiou'y Engineer  Civil Engineer  Building Contrao'r  Arohiteo'l Dra'uiuu  Arohiteot  atruot'l. Knglneer  ���������Bridge    Engineer  Foreman Plumbi-r  Mining  Engineer  ORGANS  The    celebrated    Gkiuiahd   Hkint/Sia*!,  Mknuklshoiin and WiiIuamh pianos   From  $300 up.   TERMS TO SUIT.....  T. E. BATE,  Local Agent.  Name.  ,\,  Just received at C, H. TarbeirB a  fine assortment of new flies for  trout fishing*-... "  TO CORE A COLD IN ONE BAY.  Tak LAXAT1VK HHO MO QUININE Tab*  lets. All druggists refund the money if it  fails to oure. E, W. Grove's signature if  oo eaoh box,   25o,  Mr E. Q. Ekins local represent active will be in Cumberland! nbout  July 12th, when he will offer a ppeo-  ial discount to all who enroll.  House Lining nnd  ChcHp John's.  Wall   Paper  at  GOTO  The TAILOR  for your n<-.vt Suit ot clothes.  * ��������� ,t  ���������-took  at theue Pricee--���������  I'-int'-    ���������rt.OO lip  Suitii    iflJltli) Up  ��������� h'erconti*- *r li*h() up  Style, Pit unci Workmanship  .Guaranteed.  DAVIS   BLOOK.  Ladies Bummer Underwear, in  Silk Lisle, Balbriggan and fanoy  cotton Large assortment At the Big  Store. (   -1   i  ���������  i   A Guaranteed Cure for Piles,  Itohing, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding!  Pies,    Uruggi-ti"refund money if PAZO  OINTMENT fails to oure any oase, no mat  tec of how long standing, in 0 to 14 days.  First application gives erne and reel. IJOo,  If vour dint/Bint hasn't it send 50o in stamp*  and it will be forwm-.led post-paid by Paris  Meiiic.ue Co., ������Si.   Ix.ns, Mu,  CUIVIBERUA.'D  Meat Market  Choicest Meats  ���������Supplied at Lowest Afarka)"- Price*  Vegetables  A  flreat Variety will  always bo  . in stock ;   also a supply of  Fresh, Fish          will- bo on Sale ever-j* Wodaaeda*  ���������' ;'. y" '���������'���������   " - o - ���������"���������  Vnnr patronsgft is eordfully fnvffed, and  all orders will be promptly delivered.  s:rTr^KMB������aai 11 Mr-ouaa *. QAn


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