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Array v\\r /yr* ���������  v   -JUL 10 1905     S*  /  fP  TWELFTH  YEAR.  CUMBERLAND.   B. C. WEDNESDAY      JULY 5,  JQ05  AT THE BIG STORE  We   are    receiving   Shipments   of  Fruit  by   every boat '  You can depend upon getting only the best fruit  .      from us.  Selected varieties from California and elsewhere.  We follow the. markets closely and-our1 prices are at  all times right.  a-B*a*a*a*B~'a--a*B''a*a'''a'~������  Order Your Preserving  Strawberries   NOW  ii  tmmmar^ammmParwmy1yma~*mm'*~T*'"*9' 1, '"."-.'"'"I i���������*i**rm<amtp���������'+'"*r**T~"^r*ii\v*<f*ir-      ���������w-      ^������������������*'-*^rr*^r'*JMaa'*-awJ*at*a*a*^^  Simon,Leiser k Co. LtD.  COUNCIL   MEETING  Present���������Mavor Wiilard, Aids  Bate, Ta'rlefl, McDinaid, Mcl.fod  and McEadden  Minutee. read and adopted.  Comtiiunicatio.il'*:���������  From Aid. McLeod giving notice  of his intention   u>   introduce   an  amend men 1 to Pound by-law.  Accounts:��������� I  Electric Light-Co. $41 85; Freight!  on fire bell, $16.55; T. E. Banks,  Bread purchased for goal, $2.75;  Mrs Woodh'up, 50 meal is for prisoners, $12,50; En erprise, publishing  24 lines, $3.60; J. Abrams8, Coroner's fee 011 Alex. Martini, $10.00;  li. Hornal, repairing ham ess. $2 50  Referred to Ri nance Committee.  li. Hornal's report fur May and  June read, May, hauled 15b' lOaua  uBiieB. li shifts uijit.t work. lin*  poui.ded 1 nurse, -J uuo, i4" load-"  asnes."   10 sinft-j night vioriv.  Mr Banks reported be iiati order  ed lumotij ior Ueii tower aud hoped  u> have everything   cuwp]e.t*u   un-  fore July  liJlh.  Council adjourned.  Mixed Paints only 10c and 12^0  per tin. At tlie Bi^Sioiv, to clean  up odd lines.  GUN" CLUB.  Wall --Paper  mxm*2e*amaw*MeB  FOR    SALE  Lot 2, Block 14.'Penrith Avenue.  A lull t-ized iot in a desirable location. Termer. Apply E.J.Judd.  iiJ7 Cordova St   Weal   Vancouver.  Local and Personal  ���������i   Our BIG SHOE SALE  will be  continued for two  more  weeks '20  per ceti 1-off     Embrace'the'chance.  JSapier 01 Paruidge  Nicholles & Renouf, Ld.  61 YATES STREET,   VICTORIA, B. O.  Just received largo shipment of  i  <���������**���������.  IIR/OTSF   AQ-H'  ���������^  3-T-r.  CULTIVATORS,   BEAD PUILLS,   WHEEL HOES,��������� Etc.  t. VKI'V  UTI'ST IMIMIOVKMBNTH  Call nnd 8uo tbi'in (>r writo ft.*-catalti-jutiti aiid prionH.  Sole Agents for B.O. F 0. D awor 663  Telephone 82.  ratp  ill  Much to the Careful Houfeekeep  who needs a now  FhO()R  COVERING'  -thnt Will Ln������.k Cor-)'-*-  ���������Wear Well���������  ���������and Not co������t Too M uch~-  Iakanesb  rugs  111  ia Orient il I)c������urnH just dimit nt these requirements perfectly.--WE HAVE  OPENlilJ OU P A CHOICE COLLECTION nf RUG* :  .in l-lenaiiii- Patterns and Color Combinatione.  - - Here are tha S'zes and Prices  and  SQUARES  34 x48m,   $j.35 car.lv  j 4ft x 7ft,    $"4,oo e.tch.  30 x 60 in, $3,on each,  ,-jft x 9ft,     $4,0.) earh,  "8 x 36 in,   750 each.  36 x 7** in. $3 5������> each' , ,     c,.   3ftxljft,  $6.00 each, ; 3ft* 15ft, $7.00 each, j Oftxyft,    $8.00 each.  7f. 6 inh 9ft, $10 each J 9ft x c/t, $13.00 ench j of' * "ft. $16.00 earh.  toft v i-*fi.$������8.ootach j l0 y r4|t $1000 ench .| '3 * '5f-������, $25.00 cadi.  Send along he Size yon want  while the choice, in good,  IC&aZ  ���������vicioKU.ac  Except lor a Hulo dii-phiy of bunt 1 uf il������i������ vow������ fur a f. w days,  ,������r, the glorious fourth   \>n*-oA   off  vtry quietly.  Dr Smith ������nd hit* ii������t*r Mri  Weetwood of Nanaimo, have been  flitting their brother, Mr Geo Smith  Probably nothiiii' i* nn������r*'(,:iti?fac-  V>ty ih ngooi) roll nitlo food prod*  ucti. The inner man always want*  the bent. Particular people find  period iiAliflaciioit in buying tneir  groceries At the Big Htoru.  The ipivn was almost desertecTon  July it-1. the majority of the people  taking advantage of a train to Llie  wiiaif by enjoyinga basket picnic  there and at GariJey's Pi., whit-'  etheis made an excursion into tiie  country.  TEA   To introduce our G-ylon Ten  at 35 cent!* per lb, whilf-t notice tip  . peard in Cumheiiand New?,   it wil1.  'iiesoUiJiir 25 cents lb.   Napier &  Partridge.  Mea-iy 'W Whyte ur.d CMcDcm  aid with  heir families' are camping  for a week nt Oypter .River,  T. E, Baie lias just received  1   ton of  With Paper.  Mis'.-f Chad wick of Nanaimo is  viriiii.}* her Hisb-r Mrs Era tne, and  Mii-i* Gloat-urn is a guest of her uncle  Mr Frew.  Ctilcimo, tho best pnnilary wall  finifh, in a 1 shadens for sale by C.  *H. Tarbell.  Messrs Bryden and Miss Rry'len  returned '.o Victoria on Friday.  For Onrdfin Ho e, Lawn mowers.  Ice'Cream frcez.-rs, Mixed p.iiii's"  and brushes', Wallpaper, Hammocks  I'Tconis Riu'cpic-ts. Finding tackle,  Poultry iiettiiig.Garden too Is 'wheel-  hurrorts. etc. etc. Onto tlieBt-j*Store.  Mr C. Simpxon is vicitinu bis  hrothi-r, Mr B. H. Simp-nn, for n  few days. Luier, tlie liiotlurs will  leave 'ogother for tho Ea������t.  The Newest fad������ in fancy work  Ptootor'H patent Wheel or Squares  for tnitkinu Tenoriffe Lice  ^Stamped Hjr.iu Dnytii's >\oi\ tul-lc  ciivetn T������ be had at The Hig Hti.re.  TleCunibnihti d B'tul will lake  chari-e nf the excursion 10 the New  \\ ont.iiiiisior fair.  A fire alarm wiih Mil tided on  Mon.'lnv oveniiu.', the cnusn beinu 1.  f-IU'h*. explosion in tlie ficiitionot.m  of tin- Mo'hodM btlMHlil       i'l (ii,-  lex tiie, liev N'r Hall and Mr  Fur  bow were lorting tin* power** of  the  n w niaiiic lutH'-rii a ���������'mall quantity ol (���������a*- ������'.������������������������|- " ������>��������� .������������������   v.>  r, ���������:" "  tor nnd wiu- ignited l������y a lamp  atanding 0c.1t, Or Uiilo.-"pieV  liands were .-li^SiOv scorched, Mr  Fuibow ese.piii^ with a sli(-ln bun  on the bend. Fo innately no sorb  ou* ttcuidi-nt ret-ul.id  Mr Frank Hie pi- id P. L. ::. wi'!  party, arrived laM 'tgbl lu siirv y  the 10,01)1) mre b!ick  reserved  by  the Weliiugtou Colliery  (!,.,     The  lai.d ia in the vicinity of thu mines,  Event No. 1--lstprizfi E.Skinnr-r  2nd J. ll.rbury, 3rd Ja.vises* and  Home. Mi Najiier won 2nd prize  in thiseveni but withdrew his naiee  on account of his prize being in 1 Le  event  Event No. 2- 1st T. Hudson, 2nd  L. Pikei, old F. Ramsay, 4th E.  Skinner  Event   No. 3���������Handicap��������� lf-t   T. j  Bate, 2nd R Napier, 3rd E.Skinner,  4ih ParK8 and Jaynes.  Event No. 4���������2->t T. Hudson, 2nd  T, Home, 3rd L. Piket.  Consolation���������1st B. Cameron,  2nd W. II It, 3rd H. Mcphee, tooth  extracted by Dr. Quinlan.  Extra Event���������IstF. Parks,$2.oo  2nd K. Napie-, Roast of Beef, Mc  Kay Bros.   o      ,  Corned and Roast Beef lib tins 7  for $l.oo at Napier & Partridge.  Telegraphic      News  Nanaiino, 4th���������Trouble .between AV.F.  M. and U. M, W. here his rc-iched an  acute si-.}*e. The mint workers said that  they would call out the Brechen men unless the -**uel Company would recognize  them. Webterh Federation today issued  a notice stating that the Federation have  no grievances or laboJ trouble with the  Company at Brechen   and   all   persons  so * This afternoon-the miners voted oa  the question and refused to strike. The  vote ior .'continuing work was 41 to, 7  against  JUST AttUlVKD AT TUB,  The  CASH STORE.  1.03 Patterns to choose from.,   '^JJ  2 Double Roll** for 25ots, upwards.  /{'iusq L'nitu*,   Mixed Pdn's,  50 S:tade������ of  \'at)astiu������r,     Em-nsls  Whiti-.g. Brushes, ete.  Stains,    Varnish,  T.E. BATE,  DUNBMUta AVE, Cumberland  - 1905  -  aper  Victoria, 3rd���������It will be   remembered  .that on her trial trip across the Pacific the  'biK Liner,Minnesota, took on  800 tons,  of Comox co iland Hie same amount of  Black Diamond coal for   lest purposes. V v'vi-hoie YaponesebiUtalion  i{h     ' J  test and the Comox coal steamed 2 knots  per hour faster than on Black D.amand  coal and there was 15 tons' less fuel used  o'er hour. As a result of this a contract  for supplying coal to Hill's bij- liners has  been let to,the ��������� Wellington ������������������Colliery Co  "' Newbtny,, N-< H., 3rd~-Secri-tary ol  -'State" John Hay died this morhin^'.  Victoria, 3rd���������The writ has he-Mi issu-  Ued^r^Jbjrnte^bv-electiin. '.Nomination  day will.be J ulyTs~l^'^iollin^^ay~j uly-  22nd. '  Nanaimo, 4th���������The new pithead, tip.  pie and conveying plant at Northfield  has been completed and 200 tons was  hoisted this morning.  Si Petersburg, -"th���������There, has been  severe fit'luinj- in Manchuria. Gen.  Lincviich re ports lie   has l.nnihilateil a,  The two coals underwent a very thorous'  A LITTLE TEA PLANT.  will produce many  grade.- .of Ten,  The liny leave* "U tho tip of each  Htillkilieof   lireiilei-t  v*iln>'.      Thu  voilligeft leaven   tnalte   the   larcbl  tein".     Ah the \o%\*# Rt'ow darker,  larnor. t'-ugher, the tea  in  ranker,  monger und oho 1 por.  ^ We, encouraue o\iv cu-toiiiorN  lo  use 'he young leaven.  ������H We try to buy only   tho   young  and delicate one*-.  ������|j Our pticuH, grade for grade, are  lower that", vou'll find olnewhere.  Bulk Tea* at 28o to 50o per lb.,  The lle-t Package Torn* ut, regular  priceH.  &'  IPIER & PARTRIDGE, IE FEELS AS  YOUNG AS EVER  ,!MR.   CHESTER   LOOMIS   TOOK  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS.  lArid from a Used up Man he Became  as Smart as a Boy.  Orland, Ont, May 1.���������(Special.)���������  ."Mr. Chester Loomis, an old and respected farmer living in this section,  is spreading broadcast the good news  Ihat Dodd's Kidney Pills are a sure  cure for the Lame Back and Kidney  Disease so common among old people.  . Mr. Loomis says:  "I am 76 years of age and srr.nrt  and active as a boy, and 1 give Dodd's  Kidney Pills all the credit, for it.  "Before I started to use Dodd's Kidney-Pills I was so used up 1 could  hardly ride in a buggy, and 1 could  not do any "\vork of any kind. Everybody thought I would not live long.  Dodd's Kidney Pills are a wonderful  remedy.  The Kidneys of the. young may be  ���������wrong, but the Kidneys of the old  must be wrong. Dodd's Kidney Pills  make all wrong Kidneys right. That is  why they are tlie old folks' greatest  friend.  CANADA AND  SOUTH  AFRICA.  What the Dominion is Shipping to the  Sister Colony���������One  Boat Alono  Took 30,000 Deals.  Tho Cape Argus says it was stated  the other day by a representative of  Messrs. J. Laing Miller & Co., agents  for the Canadian and South African  Joint Steamship Service, that the preferential treatment now accorded by  the South African Colonies to Canadian  .���������-roods waa bound to result in a considerable Impetus being given to the trade  between the two countries.  Messrs. Elder, Dempster & Co.    of  Xlverpool, and Messrs. Furness, Withy  & Co. of London, are carrying on this  service jointly, and, while, owing to the  ���������depression that has reigned so long In  ���������South  Africa,  the  expectations    that  ���������were formed at Its inception have not  ���������yet been realized, there is very good  ground, particularly In view of the pre-  ferential treatment alluded to, for be-  ���������-ilevlng-that-they-will-be-before-long..  .-*Not that, In any case, the tale of uri-  tTUhuted woe is to be told.   On the contrary, the Indications are of excellent  import���������to perpetrate a vile pun.  Half a dozen fine boats are employed  ���������on this service, which is a monthly one.  In the summer they sail from Montreal,  -and in the winter from St. John, New  -'Brunswick, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth  end Durban are their regular ports of  ���������call, while East London, Mossel Bay  and Delagoa Bay are called at if sufficient cargo offers.  The representatives of the local  agents stated that timber, frozen pork,  and poultry, apples, eggs, butter, Cheddar cheese, tinned goods, and cattle are  the principal lines in which Canada as-  itaists In supplying tho wants of South  'Africa.  ,   .To .a large extent the timber Consists  Of poplar planks for building purposes  ... and for cabinet making.   It is interest-  <v7in# to learn that formerly this all camo  'Vta,.New York, and that there is every  -j-tronifloo that in tlmo the whole of the  *������������������ Canadian timber will be forwarded by  ��������� this lino;  It can bo put aboard cheap-  ��������� er-at Montreal than at New York, and  X^irt unites .are practically the same as  those 5f Oid Prince Lino. Ono boat  Alone has brought out as many as 30,-  mt deals, and Johannesburg ia a big  'tju-Jtomor in this line, Tho stagnation  ���������of the building trade has had, naturally,  ttf* c-fToet upon this branch of tho Can-  tad Ian trade.  At present tho average numbor of  ���������cattle brought ovor by each boat Is  about fifty, and there ls every prospect  that this numbor wfll continue to increase. The freight is low, tho cattle  aro mid to glvo every satisfaction,  while audi Ih the excellence) of Iho ar-  ran-joments on bo/trd, that none have  yet boon lost on the voyage,  Most of thoHO rosy-cheeked apples, as  well aa the smaller runHetH, which aro  a prominent feature in our local fruit  whops JuhI now, como from Canadian  orchard.), nnd havo been brought ovor  by tho ships of this line, The Cnna-  dlun dpplo Beacon begins In September,  and only for hoitio two or three months  docs Ua product have tho South African marked to Itsf-lf. For, in addition  to tha South African producer, tha  competition of Australia, Mndorta, etc.,  has to be encountered, And at present  tlio Canadian producer prefers to coma  into tho field only whon It is unoccupied.  These apples nro coming ovor In  largo auanUtleH, and aro much appreciated, in Johannesburg not least. Tha  last vcbhoI of tho lino to orrlvo���������the  ������<-        iii       i .-- i-i   C'"y  X AAt b<\rr*li  tijuiiu^ui      u.i'.in'f   '���������  '    '     *> ������ .v.'  nod 4.ftnn crt���������"*>-*,Home four nr livo varieties* of them being reprosmited. Thoy  como ovor under refrigeration, and ara  landed in mugnlileent condition. Tho  Importing is niotuly dono by two or  thn-o Canadian firms established In  Capo iuwit,  In the matter of tho trade generally,  In connection with tltl������ lino, it Booms  that tho larger portion comet* to Capa  Town and Durban, the Gnrd-n Colony's  port being r-iiinewhtit nlund of Cape  Town, owing to the fact that all Roods  demlm a for Jui.a-n.tjoburtf ko through  It.  roulUy, hi the nliapv of fow!.*, goose,  ���������ducki* anil turkeyn, havo been a con-  ���������ldi������.l>)o Item, Inil. HtrnngHy enough,  of lata tlio supply has fallen off���������pus-  Rlbly thin l.i owing to Australian competition. It l������ expected, however, that  the M������tvi!!e, which is duo on the 28th,  will brlni? a law quantity.  . In (the case of otrea. perhaps. It seems  particularly*"ridiculous that we should  have to look for our supplies to countries many thousands of miles away.  But so It is, and Canada is the latest  recruit to the ranks of our purveyors  tn this direction. The export of Canadian eggs to this country is as yet but  In its infancy, but in the coming season much larger shipments are expected than have been made in the past.  Frozen salmon, by the way, is a delicacy with which Canada supplies us.  Possibly, if tho fact were more widely  known among our housewives, salmon  would be seen on Capo Town dinner  tables more often than is the case at  present.  In regard to flour, there is, as mentioned on that occasion, good ground  for supposing that the trade will reach  to large dimensions. As it is, Its condition ls very satisfactory, although  the largo surplus available for export  from Australia, and the somewhat  cheaper lines that country has to offer  us, must affect the Canadian export to  our shores.  In addition to timber for the building trade, by the way, Canada is now  exporting to us metal ceilings and metal laths.  It is most satisfactory to learn that  the prospects of this line between  South Africa and Canada give most  excellent promise. For that line is another link in the Empire, and one result  of its establishment has been to draw  together in closer relations these two  portions of it.  The fact that the boats are obliged  to leave these shores without cargo is  naturally an unfavorable factor, at the  same time, making smaller the volume  of the trade that would be carried under other conditions, and necessitating  higher rates. The comparative lowness  of the freight rates is possible through  the subsidy paid to the line by the  Canadian Government.  A particular feature of the trade done  through this line is the tendency ex-  hibOfid to increase in the direction of  the refrigerated department. So much  13 this so, that the space originally allotted on these boats to refrigerating  chambers has had largely to bo increased.  DAIRY FARM WISDOM  JOHNNY ON TWINS.  When asked to write a short composition on some interesting experience, Johnny, after much labor, handed his teacher the following: "Twins  is a baby, only it's double. It usually  arrives about 4.37 in the morning  when a fellow is getting in his best  licks sleepin' Twins is accompanied  by excitement and a doctor. When  twins do ennything wrong their mother  can't tell which one to lick, so she  gives it to both of 'em so as to make  sure. We're got twins to our house,  and I'd swap 'em enny day fer a billy  goat or mos' ennything."  No House Grown Stock.  The Buchanan Nursery Co., St. Charles, Man., do not **tow any "house"  stock. All their stock is hardy, field  grown. They have no florist or greenhouse stock. The words "house grown"  in their advertisement In this journal  was a printer's error. It should have  read "home grown."  *��������� .   Dairy cows need to be exercised, but  it is not necessary to set the dog or  even the children on to the cows for an  hour's chase, says a correspondent of  TTaTmHt-nrd'Eiv^  to a covered or open aj-ea of some size  a part of each day will answer. Neither do we believe in turning the dairy  herd out into the cold wind and snow  during the entire day. A large basement, shed or covered yard ls the best  place for exercise lu winter, but cows  will not suffer during most winter  weather If turned into a yard whero  they are protected from the winds by  a stack, trees or buildings for an hour  or two once or twice each day. " ','g ���������  Care of Dairy Vtenslls.'''*-**-���������*  Some people imagine that any kind of  a vessel Is good enough In which to  keep the cream, and If It smells like  liiuburger cheese they will churn it.  *.       "' .,  Poor Cream, Poor Butter.  Poor croam never makes good butter, and poor butter never sells for a  good price.  Separator Advantages.  Tlio principal advantages of the farm  soparator to tlio patrons of tho cream-  cry are lucreased value of skim milk,  saving iu cost of hauling tho dairy  products, less expense In making up  tlio butter, a smaller and loss expensive creamery plaut and a possibility  of bettor butter product���������Farm and  Livo Stock Journal.  Milk Prodneers.  It Is good food; pure, uot too cold,  wator, and warm stables that aro tho  threo groat agents iu milk production,  A Vnlnnblo Hnlf Minnie.  Thirty seconds, only half of a minute,  spout iu brushing tho udder and flanks  of tbo cow Just boforo milking will  keep lots of dirt and its accompanying  bacteria out of the milk pall.-Uoard's  dairyman,  "Wnr-rner'H ("horn Looks.  Waguor, tlio composer, at ono tlmo  became afflicted with headaches and  dotormlncd to havo his hair cut. Ho  accordingly arranged with a harbor to  porform tho operation on a certain day,  That worthy resolved to mnko a good  tiling of It and Informed all his customers of Wagner's Impending saerN  flee. Most of thorn paid him a cortaln  Bum down In advanco to mako Bure of  a lock of tlie groat musician's hair, To  the barber's horror Mmo. Wagnor superintended tho cutting and when It  was over appropriated tho whole of  the c(***ot-*i1 tni-tr1". The Mr**-****, in fie-  npnlr, ennfoaaool thnt he had sold them  many tlmos ovor, whereupon mndara  suggested that hor butchor had hair  vory much like Wagnor's. And tbe  itory goes that that night half Dresden *|pr������t with the jMjteher's hnlr wn-  dor Its pillow.      __  ItefleeliHl  NrlKlitness.  ���������'Why does that congressman nay no  many moro clover things than tho rest  of xi*1"  "IIo is shrowd enough to pick out tho  brightest reporters to Interview him."  In one of our eastern cities a certain family suddenly found themselves  at. the top notch of wealth and prosperity. They then began to seek for  A most excellent master, was engaged  to instruct their only daughter on the  piano. His patience being taxed to  the uttermost, the master complained  to the young woman's mother: "Madam, I cannot teach your daughter  longer." "And why not? Doesn't my  daughter study? I will make her  study." "It ees not zat," persisted the  old man. "I cannot teach her. She  has no talent." "Is that all?" his patroness replied. "I am rich. Here is  my pocketbook. Go over to New York  and buy her some."  A SPRING TONIC.  DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS MAKES  STRENGTH  FOR SUMMER.  Svery man or woman in Canada  needs a tonic medicine at this season  of the year. They must have new  rich blood to build them up to bear  the trying heat of summer. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are the greatest  spring tonic in the whole world.  Every dose makes new, rich blood-  new , vigorous life. They transform  -weak-!���������weary���������anaemic���������girls���������into  healthy, graceful, well-developed women. They make debilitated men  strong, lusty and energetic. They give  worn, despondent women new health  and comfort. They do this every  time���������they cannot fail. After ��������� a  course of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  every man and woman can withstand  the summer's heat free from backache  and headaches, weakness and despond  ency. Mrs. M. A. White, Seal Cove,  Que,, says: "I cannot praise Dr. Williams' Pink Pills foo higjhly. They  have not only made a new person oi  myself, but have been of inestimable  value in my family. I always keep  the pills in my home and the result  is I have uo doctor's bills; nor, have 1  any <l$icate hoys or girls, as the pills  keop them strong and healthy. I constantly recommend the wills to my  friends, and I always hear good words  from those who use them."  Dr. Williams" Pink Pills do not act  upon the bowels; tKey do not bother  with the mere symptoms of disease;  they simply make now rich, red  blood, and thus cure all tho common  ailments of lifo, But you must get  tho genuine with the full namo Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People,  on tho wrapper around each box,  Sold by all dealers everywhere or by  mail at CO cents a box or six boxes for  $2.50 by writing The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  ���������nn-thlne In tlie Stable,  Did you put a fow more windows In  last summor? Sunlight ls tho groat llfo  givor and tho enemy of all dlsoaso  gormu. You cannot woll get too much  of it, Warmth, puro air nnd plouty of  sunlight will mako your food go far.  If you wish your-cattle to do well by  you, you must do woll by them, Work  with naturo and not ngalnst hor. A  good cow may do woll under ndvorso  circumstances, but sho will do vnBtly  bottor If thoy aro favorable���������Malcolm  II. Gardner In Farm nnd Homo.  CAN'T AFFORD ILL HEALTH.  Cure is Cheap at any Price���������Benefit Certain  If You Use  Dil. CHASE'S NERVE  FOOD.  When an old maid bump* ber head  against tbe door In tho dark ebe novor  baa to worry over the way people will  wonder If her husband did Ifc���������Baltl-  wort JUnerlcan,  Give Cows Pare Water.  A point of nearly equal Importance  to tho feed Is to allow the cattle to  havo all of the puro wator thoy wJsh  to drink. Do not compel them to drink  from n tank tbat ia half full of ico. If  tho food is all dry thoy should have  all of tho wator tboy want twico a day.  Got them in tbe habit of drinking before they oro fed thoir grain.  "f!"  *->\'\\  .DODD'S  KIDNEY  jf-i /.    I   ILL *J  '-Mir tl*  Only the wealthy can afford to be  Invalids.  They alone can bear the expense of  constant attendance by doctors and  high-salaried nurses.  Your time ls your capital, and,  wh*rt,her your dally task Is In the  home or abroad, you must make every  day count or prove a burden to yourself and friends.  Weakness ls the greatest source of  Ill-health. Weakness of the blood and  nerves, weakness of action of the  heart, lungs and digestive organs.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is well  suited to the needs of a multitude of  people because it overcomes weakness,  first weakness of the blood and nerves,  and through them the weakness of the  organs of the body.  It may require a dozen or more  boxes of Dr. Chases Nerve Food to  make you strong and well and send  the thrill of health through your  shrivelled arteries and wasted nerves.  Because Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is  a creator of. blood and nerve force  you can be positive that each box  of it is at least doing you some good.  Prove this by noting your increase in  weight as new, firm flesh and tissue  is being added to the body, ���������  Mr.,Leonard Miller, Canboro, Haldi-  uiand Co., Ont., writes:���������"Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food and Kidney-Liver Pills did  wonders for me, as they seemed exactly 3ulted to my case. Before 1  began taking this medicine I could not  do a day's work to save my life. Now  I can work all right and attend to my  business with good courage. This  means a great saving to me, as well  as a pleasure, for I have a two hundred and fifty acre farm and a large  stock to look after.  "Instead of being in misery from  pain and suffering, life is now sweet  to ne, and 1 appreciate good health  as 1 never did before. 1 have said  all that 1 could to my friends and  neighbors in recommendation of DiC  Chase's Remedies, for 1 know that  when they have cured me they will  cure others."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50 cents  a box, at all dealers, or Edmanson,  Bates & Co., Toronto. Portrait and  signature of Dr. A. W. Chase, the  famous receipt book author, are on  every box.  MARTYRS AT THE STEAK.  The gnashing teeth bit hard  On a stern and rib-bound roast,  While boarders 'gainst a dented wall  The leaden biscuit tossed.  And their anxious brows grew dark  As they glanced the table o'er  And recognized, in a chowdered form,  Some things they'd seen before.  What sought they thus afar?  Fresh loaves and tender meat?  The wealth of seas.the spoils of farms?  They sought a bit to eat!  Not as the conqueror comes--���������  They hurried in pellmell,  All hungry-eyed, emaciate, c,  At sound of dinner bell.  -A.ye,-call-lt~what_you���������will,��������� ���������  The city man persisted in banging  away with both barrels long after each  covey flushed was out of gunshot.  "What kind of a shot do you think I'll  make?" he asked his rural companion.  "I should say you would make a fine  long shot." "Why?" "Because you  have missed every bird you have fired  at, but your shots are sure to hit something before they strike the earth. It  might be a bird."  The proudest spirit bows  Before that nameless.shameless thing���������  A city boarding house.  TBE MODERN MOTHER  Children shudder at castor oil, and  with good reason. Castor oil is a relic  of old-time barbarism. Not only is it  repulsive to the taste, but it gripes  and tortures delicate children. Modern mptljors use Baby's Own Tablets,  a gentle laxative which does not gripe;  a comforting mediclno which may be  given to a new-born babe without fear  of harm. These Tablots cure all tho  minor Ills of llttlo ones, and promote  natural sleep and repose, Mrs. R. H.  James, Fenaghyale, Ont., says:���������"I  find great satls?action in the use of  Baby's Own Tablots, and do not know  how I could get along without mem,  They mako children well and Hoop  them well." And you have a guarantee that thero is not ono particle of  opiate or harmful drug in this medicine. Sold by medicine dealers or by  mall at 25 cents a box by writing the  Or. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville,  "Jut  BRING YOUR WHOLE SELF TO  YOUR WORK.  It makes all tho difference In tho  world, In results, whether you como  to your work ovory day with all your  powers ntact, with all your faculties  up to tho standard; whether you como  with tho on tiro" mnn, so that you can  fling your wholo lifo into your task, or  with only a part of youraolf; whether  you do your work an tho giant or as  a pigmy. Most pooplo bring only a  small pnrt of themselves to thoir tasks.  Thoy crlpplo much of thoir ability by  Irregular living, bad habits In outing,  and Injurious food, lack of sloop, dissipation, or somo othor folly. Thoy  do not como to their tasks ovory morning wholo mon; a part of themselves,  and often a largo part, is somewhere  olso, Thoy left thoir onorgy whoro  thoy woro trying to havo a good tlmo,  so that thy bring weakness Instead of  power, Indifference and dullness instead of enthusiasm nnd alortnoss, to  the performance of the most Important  duties of thoir Uvea. Tho man who  comos to his work in the morning un-  rt**j"rf>������hf*.t" tnnp-ii'r! nnd ttottnon *nn not'  do a good, honost day's work, nnrl. If  ho drags rotton days into the year how  can ho expect n sound career or n successful achievement? Good work Is  not. entirely a question of will power;  often this is impaired by a low physical buutUiu. Xuu quality ot u.e work  can not be up to the high-water mark  whon ovory faculty, overy function,  and ovory bit of your ability Is affect-  od by your phynlcnl nnd mental con-  dltlon. You may bo auro that your  woaknosfl, whatever lt������ causo, will appear In your day's work, whotbor It ia  making books or soiling thorn, tench-  ing hcIiooI or Httnlying, singing or  painting, chiseling statues or .digging  tronchea,  M. O. Howo's Jewelry storo at Regina was robbed of $3,000 worth of  diamond** nnd valuables.  Stratford, 4th Aug., 1893.   v  MESSRS. C. C. RICHARDS & CO.  Gentlemen,���������My neighbor's boy 4  years old, fell into a tub of boiling  water and got scalded fearfully. A few  days later his legs swelled to three  times their natural size and broke out  in running sores. His parents could  get_nothing to help him till I recom- v  mended MINARD'S LINIMENT, which, -  after using, two bottles,, completely  cured him, and I know of several other  cases around here almost as remarkable, cured by the same Liniment and  I can truly say I never-handled a medicine which has had as good a sale or  given such universal satisfaction.        ���������<**"  M, HIBERx, General Merchant.  Jacob Riis tells an anecdote of a  young lady who devoted a good deal of  her time to settlement work, and who  was a particular favorite with all the  children. "Why ,do you love Miss  Mary so?" they asked a little lad one  day. "I like hor," he replied, "because  she looks as though she didn't see  the holes In my shoes,"  In Nature's Storehouse There Aro  Cures. ��������� Medical experiments have  shown conclusvely that there are  medicinal virtues * in even ordinary  plants growing up around us which  give them a value that cannot bo estimated. It Is hold by some that Naturo  provides a curo for every disease which  neglect and ignorance have visited  upon man. However, this may be, it  Is woll known that Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, distilled from roots and  herbs, are a sovereign remedy In curing all disorders of tho digestion.  Daisy���������Did Henry knool when he  proposed to you? Nolly���������No, ho made  mo a standing offer.  Wauli gronny (IIkIioh, pts or pans with  Lever's Dry Si-h-i a jjuwdur. It will remove tho groano with thu greatest case, iifl  Llttlo laiinor���������-iBii't tho Emporor ot  Russia sailed tho Czar, pnpa? Papa���������  Yos, my boy. Llttlo Elinor--Thon, 1  B'poso his kids aro {sardines, ain't thoy  papa?  iMp  OVERALLS and  WORKING MtN'8 GARMENTS  Are Worn by the Best  Workers of our Country.  RAH Rf>Ar������ MPN  AND MFCMAMieS,  FARMERS,  MINERS &  LABORERS  ALL WEAR THEM.  Sold by all Firm Ola ������������������ Store*  Ask for and Insist on getting  ���������KINO OF THE ROAD'  UNION MADE.  ���������  BEST MADE.  Trade Supplied by  R. J. WHITLA & CO��������� LIMITSO.  Winnipeg. (Of  BY CANOE AND DOGS.  PROGRESSIVE FARMERS.  Long Trip to  Hold  Inquest���������Canada's  Magnificent   Distances.  A Journey of 1,750 miles, partly by  canoe and partly by dog train, to investigate a supposed case of murder, ls a  rather uncommon achievement. Members of the Mounted Police recently  made this trip, and regard It as nothing  unusual. The party consisted of Inspector Genereux and Constable Walker of the Mounted Police, and Dr. Bour-  geault of Prince Albert, accompanied  by half-breed canoemen. The Inspector  and his companions left Prince Albert  on August 27, 1904, and reached home  again on January 1, 1905, so that they  were absent altogether 184 days. The  route pursued was:  Miles.  Prince Albert to  Cumberland.... 290!  Cumberland to Pelican Narrows.. 160,  Pelican Narrows to south end of....  Reindeer Lake ...  176  Across the lake    250  Total  878  An Alleged Murder.  Duplicating the above, it gives a total mileage covered of 1,750 miles. The  object of the long and arduous Journey  was to investigate the alleged murder  of Roderick Thomas, who came to hia  death in Hatchet Lake, which is over  600 miles from the south end of Reindeer Lake, Athabasca, where the investigation took place. Thomas was in the  employ of a trader named Macauley,  and on the morning of September 25,  1903, went to look after some nets.  He was never again seen alive. Six  weeks later his employer found Thom-  " as* dead body under the ice. On April  9, 1904,'ihe remains were brought to  the Hudson Bay post at Lac du Bro-  chet, and held there for investigation.  Inspector Genereux was given commissions as Justice of the Peace and Coroner and detailed to conduct an enquiry.  A Long Canoe Trip.  With Constable Walker and Dr.Bour-  geault, he left Prince Albert on August 27, 1904, arid proceeded down the  Saskatchewan to Cumberland. From  there the three men went north by ca  Haw Reaf.den.tf-i of a New Vork Conn-  ty Built Good Roada.  Six or eight years ago, before New  York had a state aid law, there were  some especially good stone roads building in Canandaigua, N. Y., In the midst  of a January thaw, says the Kansas  City Star. A good roads advocate got  a pair of horses and a light buggy and  went on to these farmers' stone roads.  He found that they were hauling two  tons of hay with two ordinary horses  on a common narrow tired wagon. He  said to them:  "How did you get started In this  business of building roads?"  They said:  "We started it ourselves. We  thought we could do something, as our  fields are full of stone, with stone  fences along the road, so we scraped together enough money to buy a rock  crusher, and'we hired an engine to  run it end made arrangements with  the farmers to bring in the stones and  haul back the crushed stones."  They have built in that township  every year until the state aid act was  passed from three to five miles of this j  character of road, and they have donoS  it by direct actual taxation on theii j  own property.   They have petitioned  {the legislature for the privilege of increasing their taxation beyond what  j the  law  allowed,  and  the  result  ls  I that all the farmers in that town are  anxiously waiting for the roads to be  extended into their particular neighborhoods.  "Doesn't this pile up your taxes?"  they were asked.  "Why," one farmer said, "in this  one week, by the advantage of having  these stone roads and getting to market with my hay when it sells at a  good price, my teams have earned, $5  every day, while my neighbors' teams  on the other roads ore eating their  heads off. We could not afford not to  noe, and had to pass 26 portages. Great j have theso roads. We do not care any-  difficulty was experienced in getting  thing about the taxation."  uon as to material. Rubber tires ar������  not injured by the oiled road, as was  claimed at firsthand the surface does  not soften, as asphalt roads do, and is  not so easily cut up by wagon tires.  Indeed, it is said that oiled roads art  the most important discovery in road-  making for dusty countries that has  ever been made. Where these conditions can be met a beautiful road may  be constructed, differing but little In  appearance from an asphaltuin road  and having all its advantages without  any of its drawbacks. At present thert  are about 1,000 miles of these roads is  Oj>U������oxnla.--rOountr*r Life in America,  "   POET OF THE HABITANT.  boatmen all the Indians being away  at their hunting grounds, and much delay was caused. It was not until September 26 that the investigating party  arrived at Lac du .Brochet. There a  Jury was empanelled on September 30,  consisting of two white men and four  half -breeds. The inquest had JoJbiaJftdj.  " journed, owing to the absence of necessary witnesses, and could not be resumed until December 9. The witnesses were nearly all half-breeds of  Indians, and interpreters were necessary. Rev. Father Turquetil was Chip-  weyan interpreter, and Mr. A. M. Mc-  "���������3rmott of the Hudson's Bay Com-  apny, Cree interpreter.  Accidental Death.  Dr. Bourgeault conducted a postmortem examination, but there was nothing to support tho theory of foul play,  and a verdict of accidental drowning  was returned. The journey in had occupied 32 days. Tha' return trip, by  dog train, was made In 25 days. The  weather was intensely cold, and the  Journey very disagreeable. At one  Btage Constable Walker contracted a  bad cold, and spat blood.  Otherwise, the party arrived home in  good shape.  The following extracts from Inspector Gonereux's dairy show tho nature  of the country through which they  passed:  Saskatchewan River, high banks,  poplar and fir trees, heavy timber in  places,  Sturgeon River and Beaver Lake,  limestone bottom on Sturgeon River,  rooky islands on Beaver Lake, birch,  poplar and fir frees,  Churchill River, large fir trees in  places, birch and small poplar.  Reindeer Lake, rocky and sandy islands, south end good-sized poplar and  fir trees, north end, swampy, scrubby  timber, Jack plno, poplar and birch.  Reindoer Lake, north end, A. M. Mc-  Dermott, in chargo of Hudson's Bay  Company's post, known by the company as Lac du Brochi/t Post.  Indians Dying Off.  There are about 850 Chlpwoyan Indians, known as "Caribou Eaters," who  aro decreasing yoarly from scrofula and  consumption, About twenty-flvo Esquimaux trado at tho Company's post,  bringing musk ox, whlto fox, wolf, and  fawn skins; fur plentiful, beaver, otter,  mink, boar, marten, ormlno and fox.  There aro not enough Indians to hunt  the fur. They are by far the.best-oft  Indians I have ever seen,  It Is a wonderful sight to see the  reindoor coming down from tho Barren Lands in tho fall of tho year. I  have seen thorn passing the Hudson's  Bay Company's Post for doys by thousands. They come down and winter In  the Islands In the vicinity of tho post,  going back north to the Barron Lands  In tho latter part of May and beginning  of June, just before the breaking up of  ��������� th*   lets  Hunters Wanted.  North end of Reindeer Lake, known  by the name of "Deer Lake" post, John  Thomas trading for the Hudson's Bay  Company.  Population, all told, 62. Indians not increasing.  Fur plentiful, but  not enougn hunters.   Fish very plentiful, herring,   whitcflsh,   and   trout  Moose and wood deer plentiful.  Pelican Narrows, In charge of Hud-  '  son'o Bay Company's Post, A. A. Hal-  erow In chage of RovllHon Frews' Trading Post.   Fur plentiful and Indians  in good circumstance**,   not requiring  There Is an instance in which the  people took the bull by the horns. But  It is no longer" necessary to do that In  New York state. The state of New  York now pays 50 per cent, the counties 35 per cent and the property own-  ������ers-15-per-cent-of-the-costrof<**improved  roads. The state had appropriated  more than $2,000,000 up to last year.  HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT.  Good Roada Hake Good Farms *****  -   Prospcrona Farmers.  The farmer who opposes a tax for  good roads is .the only man who fights  the Improvement of his own property  when It is done at the expense of the  public. Every dollar expended for the  benefit of tbe public roads is a dollar  expended for tbe Improvement of the  ��������� ooo������ map nr tub south.  farms In tbe vicinity, for good roadi  mako good farms. Very shortsighted  then ls the farmer or any other man  who does not labor for tho improve-  meut of the public highway.  Good roads have always been regard*  ed aa an evidence of a high state of  civilization, and por contra poor roads  just ns strongly demonstrate ft low  state of civilization or at least a deplorable condition of public sentiment;  says a writer in Good Roads Magazine.  MuCh of the pleasuro of living in the  country districts of England and  France is said to arise from tbe fact  tbat the roads In those countries are  kept In such an admirable state.  The paved streets of our cities an  said to be no better than many of ths  country roads in Europe. Fancy the  convenience and happiness of the farmer or tbe country gentleman wbo can  j,o tiQui out* puiiu to another on a  ji-sootb, iidl kept toadl Hi* wmj* art  ways of pleasantness, and his paths  art a delight to every one. This Is thc  one thing lacking In our system of living, and I trust that tbo movement  wiii uui stop uutu me evil is remedied.  -fte-reUttoa ������������ Country noadmaklns*.  Within tbe last live years the California roadmakers have made rapid  advancement from tbe first period,  whoa oil was uaed simply to lay tin  dust, te a second and far more mo-  TfoTi'luT wood dtr plentiful, also ! uk"^ ������������������������ -������������������ which permanent ronrti  whitefish and trout.   Fur consists of; are being constructed with it.   Tin  otter, mink, marten, lynx, wolf, rat, and  ermine.  Cumberland Rouse, Mr. Beiang-er In  charge of Hudson's Bay Company's  Post; Jones Bros.' Trading Post. Fur  ���������imtifat tat mink, marten and otter.  oiled road cost* about 1>������ cents pet  square foot, white anphaltum costs 13  cents, and a powdered granite road ii  nearly twice ai expensive aa the oil  where time it ihe aam* relative situa-  Ideal rhaiei of French-Canadian  Teaiant  Life��������� Dr. Drummond Recently D*II������hU    ,  m Toronto University Audience.  Dr. Drummond    of    Montreal, the  poet of the habitant, has what would  be called in the theatrical world    a  fine stage presence, and the average  student of human nature does not require to be told that he is an   actor  born,   not made.     His   declamatory  powers have a refreshing naturalness,  and his almost every word is fitted  with a gesticulation    which conveys  well nigh as    much meaning   as his  eloquent articulation itself, the whole  leaving no doubt in the minds of the  audience exactly what ho intends   to J  convey.     What the stage   may have  lost is of no account when the gain  to the medical    profession and    the ;  adornment of the world of literature  are taken into consideration.       His  eyes can sparkle with humor or lflbk  sad with pathos with equal facility,  whilst his    writings have   jti literary  charm   iand fascination    which have  made his- name   famous    throughout  a large proportion of  the   civilized  world.   What Charles Dickens was in  his depiction of the life and character of his time,  particularly in   the  humbler strata of,the people, or what  Bret Harte did in the delineation of  tho heathen    Chinese, so to-day-    is  ��������� Dr.   Drummond,    in his'   remarkable  poetic portrayals of the life of    the  Habitant,  which, to the uninitiated,  may be explained ns life among our  neighbors, the French-Canadian peasantry,  whose interesting characteristics it is not necessary to extol hero.  A "Tine Foundation.  The casual observer would not  think for a moment, on either read-  ~ing-his-poems-or~hoaring"hi"s~rettt"al������r  of paying Dr, Drummond the compliment of being an Irishman, but, as a  matter of fact, it was on Erin's fair  isle that he first opened his eyes and,  literally speaking, thoy have been  very much open ever since. If any;  thing pleasantly betrays his nationality it is the keen Hibernian wit  which is such a prominent factor,  and sparkles so brilliantly in so  many of his poetic works. Put then  his Irish humor, his truo sportive instinct���������sports of tho Habitant being  largely dealt with by him���������and his  keen observance of tho life and habits  of our neighbors, and you havo tho  foundation on which is based tho  works which can fairly bo said, not  only to havo immortalized himself,  but those with whom ho has dealt.  Soaring th* Devil.  Dr. Drummond opened his recent recital at Toronto IJnivcrsity of a fine  now poem which he humorously said  would no doubt   bo interesting    inasmuch as it showed how tho devil  was whacked  by  ono  of  tho Habitants, tho moans to tho end being the  smoking out of his Satanic majesty  by the froo use of Canadian tobacco.  It   is an oxqulsito    logondury poom  which bids fair to rank high in the  Doctor's notablo collection.     What  may   bo  called    "Tho pig  sticking  poem"-   throws   somo   excellent side  llghte  on  Fronch-Canadlon  poasant  lifo,  Tho champion pig sticker, who  is   adorod   for his   prowow by tho  wholo   district,     ha*   a   .harming  daughter Roslno, who has captivated  tho affections of quito a number   of  young men, and it becomes a dillicult  question as to who shall claim hor,  Eventually tho point is to bQ decided  if any of thorn can wrest the championship from tho old man.  With duo  regard for offoct    ono of tho young  men succeeds and claims Iloslno, but  tho old Habitant dorivos consolation  from tho fact that tho championship  still   remains In   tho -family,    Tho  story of tho easy catching of "sweet  barbotto" ia told   In flno language,  and with beauty of expression,   and  having In ml ml tho powerful fecundity of Fronch-Cnnadlans Dr, Drum-  mond's poom, which contrasts   them  with tho American woman whoso husband cannot find a scut in tho train  owing to her profit ai on, not of children, but of ao-cullod society novels,  was a source of groat delight to tho  audience,  The Kaitarplac*.  'iho physical ailment"* of nn old  UahiLaui, *Aho at ouo uuiu wus noted  for his great strength, but is now  Jcorcd at by tho boys, find who  would not mind paying so much as  two or three dollars to a doctor to  rog-Jr. his ^i.vi,, utw Mu..uui> uo-  plctod; ond who enn forgot ".May  He," or "Just tako your chance and  try your luck" ? "Johnny ("our*  toau," universally recognized as tho  Doctor's masterpiece, was given by  special request. Johnny wiih onco  "one of tho boys," but tin* way ho  tamed down after his martini*;'* was &  marvel to thoin. 'ihey hml r.-ckonn-J  without hia good, strong-willed wifo,  who so tamed him down that in due  courso he would almost flow off himself in his efforts to rock the Jmby to  sleep. Pr. Dmtnmond'a ljj.itn'ion of  Johnny's lullaby wna a rf.">*r m.in/-  eai effort, and the   piece generally  tuousuu great entnusiasm. Another  great hit Was the visit of the Cham-  bly girl to Montreal to hear Madame  Albani, who is naturally something  of a goddess to the Habitant. The  great singer appears on the stage  with a mere man to sing, of course, a  ��������� duet, an item in the musical world  which is unknown in peasant life.  The Chambly girl is shocked whfn  tho man is so rude os to start singing firsts, but she is delighted   when  "Madame Albani begins, soon catches  him up, and finishes just as quick ns  he did! There is some pathos admirably blended in the pe-em, and the  I Doctor's    rendition was one   of the  j best of his many fine efforts. De Hell  St. Michel was a grand closing item,.  j and "given with a dramatic effect  largely    reminiscent   of   Sir   Henry  , Irving in The Bells. An old Habitant is in the United States, but the  ! sound of tho old bell haunts him,  and finally he resolvea to go and  live and die within the reach of the  original strains of his childhood  days.  A Very Evident Truth,  Old adages are often right.  For instance, you will find  The dude who dresses "out of sight"  la also "out of mind."  LARGEST OF DIAMONDS.  Brilliant    Just    Discovered  in    South  Africa���������Other Famous Gems.  The South African diamond fields j  have yielded up some remarkable brilliants, but the largest and most valuable of all is the one recently discovered, weighing 3,032 carats, or about a  pound and a. half avoirdupois. It was  insured for $2,500,000 for transportation to London, but its value is placed  at about $5,000,000. A diamond exceeding this in size was found in Brazil  some years ago, but it was a black diamond and was only useful when cut  up into little squares for drill points.  In 1867, two Boer children were playing with some "pretty pebbles." A  poor settler with an Irish name happened along and stopped to admire  their playthings. He borrowed one of  the "pebbles," took it to a mineralogist; learned that it was a diamond;  sold it for a good sum and divided the  proceeds with the Boer who was the  father of the children. The latter, remembering that a certain Kaffir con -  jurer used in his incantations a similar but larger stoneJ_sMd_a.lLJiis_farm  otuiui-s ana soiaiers win be lodged and"  educated, with a view to joining: one  or other of the services.    The site Is  near Dunblane, in Perthshire,, upon a  bracing eminence known as the Haughs  of KIppendavie.   It is an open site of"  34 acres, and commands an extensive  and beautiful view.      The    buildings;,  which are in the   Scottish    Baronial  style, have been provided for by public subscription,    and handed over to  the government for administration. The  estimated    cost    is   ������45,000.    Several'  members of the Royal Family (including the Duke of Connaught (who had'  the plans before him for examination)  and the Princess Louise (Duchess   of  Argyll) have interested themselves   lrt-i  the memorial, which has received considerable support among the Scottish.'"  nobility and gentry.  Work of Skin Muscles.  "The muscles of the skin need training to educate them to contract vig- ���������  orously on the slightest cold," says a  medical writer, "to shut the blood out  of the skin so quickly that the precious-  body heat will not be lost. You notice  that when the skin is cold there is a  "goose skin" appearance. This is due  to the contraction of the little muscles  of the skin. The contraction of the-  muscles compresses the external blooti'  vessels and drives the blood away from  the surface, hardening and thickening;  the skin, which thereby becomes a better non-conductor. Thus the body temperature is maintained.  "It is because of the constant exposure to cold that the Indian's body  is "all face." The skin "of his whole  body, not only that of the face, has-  learned to take care of itself."  Sure.  Mr. Chase Train: "Ugh! It's cold.  Say, do you believe the prophecy that  the earth in the end will be consumed  oy fire?"  Mr. Early Riser: "Cert! "Why, I myself get away with fifteen or twenty-  tons of It In my heater every winter." ;  WOMEN IN BUSINESS.  A Strict Regard For Dticfpllne Pr������-  .   duces the Beat Rexulta.  As a general rule woman becomes efficient in business in proportion as she-  can lay aside the peculiarities and prerogatives of her sex and become to all'  intents and purposes masculine. Thiols not said in mitigation of the obviouf*-  truth'that ln^is^rimj^at^cj^JtactjvJtJs..--���������_.  stock and took the money thus obtained  and bought it, disposing of the gem  soon after for $56,000. This was the  famous Star of South Africa. It was  then the public awoke to the value of  the wealth hidden In the wilds of South  Africa, from which about 98 per cent.  of the diamond output of tho world  now comes.  Next to the diamond Just discovered,  the largest one found in recent times  is the Victoria, which weighs 180 carats and cost the Nizam of Haidarabad  $1,500,000. The celebrated Kohlnoor  was, according to legend, worn some  5,000 years ago by a mythical hero of  Hindustan, and about 1,500 years ago  it passed into the possession of the  rulers of India, It is now among the  crown jewels of Great Britain. It  weighed originally 794 carats, but repeated cuttings have reduced its size  to 102%. Its value ls placed at $600,-  000,  The Orloff, which weighs 194% carats, is In tho Russian royal sceptre, and  is supposed to havo been stolen many  centuries ago from the eye of a Hindoo Idol. Next In slzo to it is the Regent, or Pitt diamond, now in tho Louvre, and valued at $2,500,000. A diamond weighing 280 carats, known as  tho Great Mogul, is said to have been  In the possession of tho Mogul dynasty  of India 300 years ago. Tho Florentlno  diamond belongs to tho Emperor of  Austria, and tho Do Sancy is owned by  an Indian maharajah.  Dr. Bell Describes Bsfflnlsnd.  Tho third largest Island in tho world,  Australia being first and ar'enland second, Baffin land 100,000 years ago, was  covered over with nn Ice-cup two miles  thick, part of tho cap which extended  down to Southern Ontario, Dr. Dell,  director of tho geological survey, described recently to tho National Science Association In Toronto, how tho  molting of this huge load removed tho  tension from tho earth's fuirfaeo, with  tho result that tho land which hnd boon  depressed by tho weight, has boon rising nbovo tho sea level at tho rate of  two feet per century, ond latterly as  rapidly as threo feet. Esquimaux sea  camps, with fish traps net nt high water  mark in tho tlmo or? Christ, aro now  nearly 100 foot nbovo tho sea.  Bafflnland Is bluuk, mountainous and  barren, and black from the. lichen on  tho rooks. But in summer it Is green,  and boasts two lakes thnt mny compare with Ontario, Mndjimek Lake Is  120 mllos long by 40 wide, nnd Netil-  tlng 140 long and 60 brond. Threo  mountain ran tret- t raver**** ���������**���������.*-. no...-,.....  oiagonaliy, varying from B.O00 tn ������,nf������o I  f'': .'V*.'.. 'loo ...tuna u l.uou miles I  long by 350 broad. j  Dr. Dell denrrlbe-1 hi* (Hp to Lake  men in employment tends to unse* woman or in ignorance of the other fact  that in many pursuits tho feminin**  equipment nts its possessor for a finer  type of service than most men can  reach.   But, whenever an employee's1-  relationship to the work becomes coin-*-  plicated with the question of ber sex*..  then there are friction, waste and an������  impairment of availability.  The moment thnt the business of an.*  office or store has to be conducted on *  tho plan of a soiree thero is an end tc  plain speech and quick work.   It ls not ���������  enough that a w'omun can do the same ���������  work as a man; sho must be amenable-  wlthout friction to the same rules, discipline and direct method aa a maa  Otherwise she stands in her own light;  otherwise she will find herself pun  chasing gallantry and palaver at tht  cost of better pay.���������Portland Oregon!-,-  an, ( ,   wiet ana Appendioit'-*  For tho benefit of thoso who fear ap*������*  pendlcltls and aro willing to do anything which will koop them immune*  from disease, Sir Frederick Trovos has  prepared a list of eatables which cannot be taken with safety. Foremost or*  the list Is preserved ginger, that deadliest of sweetmeats, but pineapple,  either fresh or preserved, is equall***  dangerous. Oranges, figs and rasp-  borrics should never bo indulged iri. Ta  still further limit our diet, thero aro a  numbor of things which may not bo*  eaten by thoso who fear typhoid fever.  The oyster hns led to suspicion of all  other shellfish, not only lobntena and-  crnbn, but even shrimps und prawn*-.*  Bmclt and whitebait aro now regarded  with awo rather thnn admiration-on���������*  menu.  Tht* Note the Pla Squeal-id.  Among tho mimical gifts possessed  by Sir Herbert Oakley, tho famou������  onmpojtor, orgniilHt and teacher, was an  ability to toll offhand tho exact pitch  and key of any sound ho happened te  hear. As a boy of fopr years of ago  ho could, without seeing tho l**yH,  namti nny nolo or combination of notor .  played on tho piano.  An anecdote which Illustrates tho  muidnlan's perfect perception of pitch,  is told.  Hir Herbert was staying with hfs old*  friend, tho BlHhop of Colehchtor, at  High Wyeh and ono day heard a pig-  squeak.  "a wharp!" at onoe cried Sir Hertwrt  Some.hio run to thi������ phr,*** e..r\2 C  sharp it waul  thrnnlo Cnae.  yonr wife complained very*  '���������ITns  Madjuack^ which Is 50 miles from" the j I00*"?" ���������������������������! tho doctor.  nenrf-Ht sea water.   Ho hnd a very bad '   "'Ever since wo wero mfirriprt *��������� r*-  wnlk. throe ,m.n ���������..������.-.t,.ft. ;>-ti> >iUt| UM| ( ^^ hiaaaiv wsdlv.  shelter tent, but ho mado somo vain- j  nblo observation*. Ho had pnt-sed  through Hudson Straits eleven times  In tho Inst 25 years, and his accounts  of tho Exquimutix, their habits and  diatoms, and tho bear, deer, musk-ox,  walrus, fore*, u-h.-i'.������������������*, narwhal.i, |.ur-  polscs ami polar bears wero of the  highest lntrrf"<t to tho l.-tr-ye nuHu.ce.  Scots Memorial to Late Queen.  Th������ plans hart- been adopted (and  wurk will bit at-.rt.-d at tho carlitut  possiblo date) of un Intereating #������vt.is  iwmoriij.1 to th.s lute Queen Vctorl.'i.  Th-: niciuuiUl u������..'* tin* form of a  school. In which 200 tons of Scottish  tenttm ot the birr.  The pbrase "the l<-;.Ktl������ of tha law"  owes its origin to tho enormous If-ngtti  of some of the parchment rolls vpoo  which tba ancient sf-ittiff-i of r.mt  lirJtaln were Inscribed. Tbo present  dnv official title** of the "master q! IU.  rolls" Is a reminder of this ancient rat-  ton*. Somo faint Ides of tha bull* edt  the English records may he o-btafimf  from th* fact that a single statvt*. tbe  land tat eommlsiloDers act, pa-***--!  fo tho first yair of thu refga *( Qew������m  IVH measures when unrolled ******  ofaOOfaett      . Jm J 7ff<tJ��CT:^a.vr-rVMi- -tt�����^-
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'I'll, water-pan in most furnaces; is a pleasantry.     It has     S.A
no serious business in tlie work of thc furnace���it is n-.croiy
placed there for .effect, because a water-pan is a gQ/jd thin*,-".
And a waterTj.-i.-ui js an absolute -leceis-hy to your heallh
-md ,c,omfort, but it must be properly placed to radiate
moisture evenly and uniformly throughout the house.
���The water-par*, of the Sunshine. Furnace is the most
:..-iciitincallv arranged water-pan in any furnace in the world.
It does; iho '-.vork a water-pan should, and docs it, well.
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^^Viiuri,'' tihe' said",   with  ti eoptttleiU !   ai-'<\^ou:ui^ _>.r ,..,., v. ���.������., ..,..���	
sniile.  "l.-aui happy' t.��  gay  that' yn.ir i.,B .way ��" ""J, ba:it" !U1,i WIt', >'mlr l,cl
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vilisbed"*'     ' ' "'  '    ' I   proti'stotl the luaulen, with bocomtug tuf-
H   'T"H.IS OON r��lXj> . lily the 'information
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rJVIIE ADVANTAGE  tho puhlic
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m>;  (.Li-;s'ijHiiiiiei.l us  v, hen sindii,<.'
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Vk'iif ��'���) ll,P f'*ce ftf hor visitor. I      Au;,   tlu,   i'rj(,mily   (!a.-kiiess   hid.
' '>'You '���ou.siiier. ^heu." she said, with a   ;   b]iisli tl),u snl|'list;(i Uei- cbet k as shy
ri-Mii;: in!%jQ|i.  >'<hat her udtuctitiou: is  j   spomlwi softly:
|ia\ t- ;i. jiood knov'h iii',t- of iiii- 'Ji'i of
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Subjects Tai*2'lit in 'V.:e (. ours:��.
"liuk'j'ti,   yeg,''   replied   the   priiicipuf. j
"KIh�� ���Ijtis a gn*'i*ttei-in!* of ("i-eok.  I.utin, i
1'fart'J],   Ifnliup  ami   (joi'iniui.   She   hns '
lo'j fjoinctiiini- itt the liij,rli,er iiiatheniat- '
You may call, Etldy."-Chiea-o Tribune.
Tl.olr Second   Sleotlnpr.
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:o-.c.   -inlo-tonhy and  hteriiu.re she  wu ,       ll!i!liimilim an,|   u, p,linuil���|   lu,.  l0
jiasn. .fiut in thft_hne.-^.-aec.S-i���   heart ,   lhiuk.K(1>   nMmivh   ,ho   was   ���' |;(ll���;.:��'
! conversatuit*   iri daitemg and lh.it ,n- ;    ,   fc  .        ,,������,, .���  thl, w<w,,|!lIlk.   t)ll
-ic.ui.ible chic that always distin^i.hes ,   , b      ,  s,;!H(,  W(i|t,.!S n,](-.   |(.
piy  pupils from  others  --he ��s all  that i |in...p,.ne,l that ���.���> -stop-
could be -JpslrjMl.- po I om- nhrht  at  the Sk'.vedunk  hoiH,
4 .lta.lt. pf rjnxtety cropped the mofb- ,   \u,v  mwUw  wUh   .,,.   ;,,;1 ,,,;������:,��� .v>iU1
ci*.   irow, , embari'fiN.diiK to him uuiil y\n< v.ud,
"]    ..id hnpo-l,"  she  snid.  f'lmt   my .  .,0 ,,.,,���,, , ,��� ,U(> m, ��� , ���,
JiiinchU'r mmbt nave beci* tauRlu sfune- ,   D���,,11,i(ltl)I,-
:"l-.i.,s   niefuli   winethinw   tl^at    in   Hid j     ^   ,. ,'���     ,,    ���.���     ..j .,    ,
itn^-vhicl, p .\vifo and a. mother i��.;y I  ,     , ,    ��� ,       ,    ., ,.
m> hefow her, n.iffllt be o^ pom-,' value , ,    , honily  worth in,-.r.;,.i,.-
A (lu-ih of pi'tdo sufCuapd the eo.inte- ,        .,_0hio BtR,, Joul..a!,
���aiinc*.* o? t.l)n prlluipal. j  ;	
Tl'eii,  madara,"  sbe  snid  haiv-hiily. j "~~     Z'~"~"
viiiifttirtiiio-i  atic1  TrJuDiioii'-atrio 'J'ui.cSions-.
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lis- a nice stock io select, irom.
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'/V;'."*;, pi. ^ypi'itiii of true soeinl instinct,
f;b.<)ultl 'film lie inflicted with rliildreti,
v.'.juld over nllow them to interfere with
her career, and, in tlie second place, I
n-.'-'er dreitmed when your diiucliter was
nuiuitted tbat'you intended hor to marry
tny man wjiq pnriiu-] a liviup,"
Her  KUuit  bliiphoo^   and  Impetuously
held out bor baD(l>
"Whut style of house i;<u-n yoi:r F-.ur.
band oxpirt. to liv.il.l. Mi-.i. .**;o(i iic.'.o'i
l.o you favor llie ("othie or tl.,' iia'.ian
"Well, I tlon't know just w.hl'.-l. of
them I like tit'st. ll don't niithc inn-h
differenco io me as Ion*; as it has n.ore
t'ooniH in it tluili the Hlewblttds have a lid
tlio dooi'Unolis are real hrass'. Wo euu
(,'et itlotis williout n Gothic or that Italian tlii'i*.'*, I i'iiohs, iih Ion.- as we have a
IWITOnMATlOVf    W^.-'K:.''VD
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!  who I of i Viioc   '"''' i' j'l.i>ot,iM iiino'.li:- .:;.:o
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I  Coven Million !,,,r. ,oW ir. r��.,t ^ .^nt.i,. TW'i f^fWtWe, ^ >** -^^W^ P��X' 33C* j THE  CUMBERLAND NEW S   | Cunihm&nQ
Issued Every Tuesday.
-W. B. ANDERS'.N,   ,.-       - -       M<il!-
-"b'* columns of The i*> fan's at-- op -i t<. nil
.who wish to express therein, views 6 milliters of public it.ti-rest.
While we do Until.��l<i mrsolvea re "insi-
Ida for the iiU'era'-icgg of cni-reapoudeiut, we
.esarve tb<* i'g**t of deuliaiug to inner''
oitiinuuio-y.ions u*ir.ecesj*".riiy personal.
WEDNESDAY, JULY  7     1905
toiio lj
l. ** _ . ----\"L i     wi
r�� -.   tit.    -��        ^.1 ���     -1"" w ,   /
*~!ot? -v^^^*.^*.   ���* **
Klarnwah, 2:0r>',i. will probably rare
this year.
Cotuieil Chiines. 2:ft71',, is w< 11 lily<?cl
by jc-mrI jutljres fur ihe 2:0S class, pae-
IMus; J. II. I'tKKT, Proprietress.
When hi CuiDberlatuU-e  Sure ,     lj;n.m>y u .,���,���,.���,,,., ���, ,,;���,. ...   ,
ami stay   ut   the   Cumlionand i y.. thinks hishlv or his sti'.lo -n Worth-   j     "You oupht to m-a irootl boy "
Utile),   Kivyt-ClasB   Accomoda- ! ler. by Adv.Ttiser, out of the dam of   j     "Yes hat if I was a Vootl i^VW*
��� '      ' ti... <r.-n..f e,,.i���i wim i n't-wiv   inw britihl. 1 atli. ���-lull'
,  -"�����
C. E. Ilasey has made arran^etnents
to have Kn.-ip MeCiiriy '���aiu-init-.-n the
trotter .lufm .\i]<iti ���'���<���'. this in ,!.������<>;*.
.Carney  II. .-De-mare;-: V>t" i UisheuV N.
HIh  Lot  Not  a  Hnpny  One.
First Rouiiiisin.'in���t'ajse.v. tttot nrtv
polaceina!) is inwus errouml wtiin than-
is ainiy ihrouble.
Second Roundsman- Faith, he's oi>
Sops n  FMsii-.lytintn.-'e  In  It.
tion for transient a ml pcrman-
. the great Snnol.
( Mr. A. .). Welch advises us that ho
cut -boarders.                                   ! will  givo n  big  siupiner  ineetiiiy at
Sample Rooms and   Public Hall I Oakley park cimri.mati. -luiy 1-4- Not
p less than $22,000 in purses will be dis-
wouldn't 'i-n.v how bright 1 aui."-lmii
��oa.H>iis .News.
Wave ply Hotel
First-Class AccomtnocLtioii
,. ..at Reasonable Bates ...
^j��   v
Run in Connection with  Hotel   ! .tribute** anionc winners
s. .s. ''Oity of- Nanaimo.'
Saii& fr.pm Victoria Tiiesriay, 7 .a.m., for
Nanaimo, calling ot North Saanich
���Cowichan Bay, Maple Bay and Crofton
when, freight or passengers offer.
Leayes Nana,mo Tuesday, c p.m., for
Union Hay and Comox.
Leaves Com.ox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for
Union "Jay and Nanaimo.
"Leaves' Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for
Comox and way ports.
���Leaves: Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.
{nils from Nanaimo Friday, t p.m., for
Victoria, calling at Crofton, Maple
Bay, Cowichan Bay and North Saanich when freight or passengers offer
JSIorth  Saanich  when tide and weather
.   .conditions   permit.
"���-*���������      S. S.     "JOAN/"
Satis from Nanaimo j a.m. daily except
llattj's from $1.00 to $2.00 per day
.��-*-M*-*-*Mmfc>--*'jjj-^^ uemm*pm^uvsaMtmamnrwmemem
mun wmmi
3010 Westminster Road
9. ���       MM $
�� - MM *
Garden, Field And Flower Seeds, now in
sto'.:k and tested as to vitality. Wholesale aiid retail.
Thousands of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees..   ..
English 4 x BURTON' tilwaya on tap ; also, the rammi.-i MI LWTURKIC
BEI'JR.-"���Anlietisfe.', Beheu-iia^ Schii'z, &o. " OLD GREY Bl-VSRU"
SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all lands.
. The Boarding aud Lodging D-purfcinent, under che l-'itttedtaie supfrini'sud'ujjcu ��f Mas-
Davis, will hi; fiiunii First cla!*-i iu cycry resspt-ut.
jartxruxjom^an^xsmrspitv -**unw*t*
Imtliki jyam-.tmum liiWi1.**iJi****Ml'**lj
for Spring -Planting-
.BEti   HIVES   and    SUPPLIES
Green-house full 'of Plants, Cut Flowers
Floral Work. Catalogues free, or
call and examine stock.
M. J. HENRY.   ���':
i    nn ii i in    mini r . i ititi ii nrrrrrri i     i tt'tthm i n 11 m r i ni^nn ma mm
A Fine Selection of CAKES   always   on  hand.
FRESH BREAD, every day.
Orders for SPECIAL CAKES promptly attended to.
tosiiiir Avenue,
Sails from Vancouver after arrival of C.
P.R. Train No. I. dail Vexcupf Sundays, at I p ni."
iAPRIL   13th,    1905.
jNo, 2-Daily. No. 4-Sun a.-
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Si cM'-cor1!*.,:! v..to, frAsa. u.8.**. My Lady Peggy  Goes to Town  FRANCES AYMAR MATHEWS  ..ftwrlflt 190b Ir n* Bowt-HMerrtn Coanm  "Farfcwell" sir, and' look you keep  close indoors nnd risk no quarrel with  Sir Percy de Bohun,"  "Farewell, Bir," watching her ladyship turn down the street as he turns  up. "Gad's life! 'Twas well he happened when he did and not earlier to  eavesdrop my bargain with the wharf  rats! 'Sdeath! Bisk no quarrel with  Sir Tercy! Not so long as there's  guineas left to buy corpses witb!"  And the little gentleman trots over to  Pimlico, tolerably well pleased with  bis evening's work, there, however, to  be greeted with the reading of more  newspapers, including tbat one which  had earlier In the day so entertained  Beau Brummel and his familiars.  Not for n moment did the baronet  mistrust or have a suspicion other than  that his fame had caused him to be  made the subject of such a pack of  pretty stories as was then the custom  of the press, as now, regarding any  gentleman of position and gallantry.  Sir Robin's vanity easily swallowed  the dose, and he even slapped his thigh  and laughed his little dice-rattle laugh  as he reflected how safe he really was  with never a challenge or a brawl to  his cowardly credit since he got his  first flogging at Eton.  He actually mffcitbed over bis prospective wooing and assured winning of  Lady Peggy and felt a calm satisfaction in the knowledge that the one  rival he feared would so soon be beyond the reach of ladies' smiles or  tears. No qualms came to disturb his  genial enjoyment of purposed assassination. In those days to kill was  nearer men's tempers than it is today.  'Twas with blackguard and man of  honor alike the first redress for even  "ttTrpw^nroTt^  difference of method ouly that the gallant blade fought out his quarrel on  the open field, while the craven bought  a hireling's dagger to do it in the dark.  Meantime my lady, by as direct a  route as she can fathom out of the labyrinth of ber ignorance and her distracted state of mind, makes back to Peter's  Court with her parcel of duds still under ber arm.  She enters, mounts the staircase,  seeks her room, closes the door and  sits down.  '"Tis now not to be doubted," she  says to herself, "but that the devil's  at the helm of my ship and that I am  to be a man for the rest of my llfo.  'Sdeath! as dad says. I'll stop over till  Sunday night's o'er past, and aa surely  as my name's Peggy Burgoyne I'll foil  that llttlo dastardly gront of a baronet's plot to murder him that I once  Moved. Bah!" cries she half aloud.  "What's the use of mincing matters  that's true? Him that I love! Even If  he's dying for Lady Diana and going to  be her husband Instead of mine! 'Consents!' " murmurs she, flinging herself  on the bed iu a flood of tempestuous  tears.  In vain regretting sho now too fully  realized that her own willful words,  her jealousy, her falsehoods, her deceits, woro tho solo causes for Sir  Robin's terror and theroforo for tho  abominnblo scheme which ho had just  concocted.  Presently sho arose, tossed tho bundle once moro buck into its hiding place  made frailest woman into man's equal  for courage.  To Lady Peggy there seemed a divine compensation in the fact that it  had come to her to save the very one  whom by her lies and willfulness she  alone had Been the means of endangering.  CHAPTER X.  THIS young gentleman now stood  looking from a window of his  uncle's house upon all the dewy  leafing beauty of the park at  May.   His brow was knit, his lips tight  shut, his hand amid his ruffles clinched.  At the table sat Kennaston, inky fingered, scribbling; eyes now rolling to  the ceiling, now roving hither and yon.  "Ah!" sighs this one.   "If the critics  do not find this canto to their taste  may I be hanged!"  "You're like to go to court to the devil, I'm thinking, then, dear lad," speaks  De Bohun over his shoulder.  "Fame! Fame!" cries the young poet, pushing back in his chair, wig awry  Tlie two men's hands meet.  and quill poised in air.   "I'll hunt thee  to my dying hour, and if thou escap'st  me then 'twill all  be Lady  Diana's  fault."  __J|Hffi"isjUiat3JLa^  ever, but small ring of Interest in his  voice.  "Oh!" exclaimed Peg's twin. "The  minx mocks me! 'Tis Monday, kindness and all smiles, to wake on Tuesday for indifference; pouts on Wednesday; lure-me-ons o' Thursday; forget-  fulness for Friday; radiance for Saturday, and all a-jumble, sweets and  frowns, showers, sunshine, what you  will��������� and will not ���������for my Sunday  fare."  Percy sighs and smiles.       -  "Percy, sometimes I think Diana does  love you."  "No, sir, never! We're like brother  and sister, nothing else, save my uncle's absurd, obstinate (now cured)  whim since childhood to match his heir  with Brookwood's heiress. Odzooks!  Ken, you're llko every other swuln that  ever sighed���������always looking for a rival  to be jealous of. Lady Di cares for  you. An you doubted It before, 'tis  time to take up hope, since you are asked to Brookwood for a visit, and go  popping off tonight, with me left homo  to think alono on Peggy."  "Zounds, sir, 'tis not you only that's  thinking of her!" cries the young mnn,  rising and crossing to the Are. "But  what would you? If I call out tho bellman, publish hor disappearance In tho  newspapers, got word to my fntner  and my mother���������what comes oft all  but scandal and like a* not dad an  apoplexy and my lady mother a set  of fits and a deathbed!"  "Ken, I'm a fool ever to stop Inside  of doors or to ccaso pacing streets,  and set to pacing up and down the, hnuntlng Inn���������, ���������hndowlng Sir Robin  floor as she'd seen her twlu do at home  when lio was looking high and low for  * rhyme.  'Twos weightier matters kept Peg  moving for an hour or more, and, quick  ���������pinning as woro hor heart and tcrapor,  ber brnln boro a moro even bnlanco.  First sho hnd thought to warn Percy  by a letter unsigned, tho which ah*  know he'd pitch Into tho lire nnd think  no moro nbout. Then that t-Jhe'd wrlto  ono to Kennaston Imploring lilm to  keep Percy from the pier Suudiiy night  or any other. This alio soon recognized  would havo the fnto of t'other. Then  'twas to contrive some plan to fetch  hhn to UIchiiioiHl, WiiulHor, nny placo  clso for Sunday; but to this arose tha  objection that the blackguards cheated  vi uuu any or piuc-j vit-uiu not itui lu  XV till  1.';,....  ll.-'..   pi'ji   ,���������>���������....������.' ui.<i.,     At  tho lust hor ludyshlp's shrewd common sense nnd Indomitable pluck plainly showed hpr thero was hut ono ant*  plan out of tho danger, nnd this must  uu iu yu iiviMil tu t.iu mut annuity  night nnd thero concealed, armed,  uwalt tho coming of tho cutthroats  from their den, and from the n-nr put n  ���������hot Into each at ono and the ������uniu moment.  rvniM iho r?o ft?  Her ladyship had muscles of steel,  Co ucrv..';!. ;u the flue hulk." of !.-. r tl.iy  coii.pivlii'lHh'tJ them; u* bravo mid loyal  a hoi.rt ns ever beat In any breast, j.-'*-*!  faith In (Sod, for oil her frowanhionn,  and that species of love burning within  her tor Bir IXrcy do liohuu which hai  McTart until I And her."  "Fie, sir, If she's gono off with Sir  Robin McTart, 'tls, I promise you, with  a wedding ring on her finger and not  clso. An sho loves him, what's to bo  Bit Id or dono if he's her lawful lord?"  "Naught. I myself went down to  Koniuiston yesterday. I said nothing  to you Ken," ho adds, noting tho other's surprised and reproachful start  with a band upon his junior's shoulder.  "1 thought I'd not Interrupt the epic  and your frenzies about Lady VI with  Uiy troubles."  "Well, whnt news of Peg? Any?"  asks her twin anxiously.  "None. I saw Chockey nnd only got  fret** hev ""'V.rvt f"*'.'!"*''v. \\'\\ the- re"'.  th*** n-*������urnneo thnt h^r ml<ttre*--" "mid  gone up to London. 'Of her own froo  will?' I asked. 'Yes, Sir Percy.' snid  sho. 'AloneV I Inquired, 'No, Sir Per-  oy," wns her answer, nor could I force,  f���������t���������i.'������������������  ... i..M. it,-, ^..l.. , ������..���������������,  ......  further confidence. Sho did beg of me,  however, seek out her ladyship, if I  could, nnd find bow sho fared."  ������������������("nd's life, sir! Sho hns eloped, 'Tls  clear as crystal."  "One thing more I nsl*o.l Chock: "find  her ludynbl|> money in her purse?  *T,'ttvl,-   Sir Percy,' crh-il  *)it,  'f!}f������0 I  know ot: "  "Two hundred pounds!" repents Peg's  twin In oniaseiiiout. " 'Tl* sure more'u  she ever snw before In our lives put to-  SPihcr.   Ob, the girl's tatcly wedded,  But a ������** tliuta U tU tMU'i bUluKv sfr> f*T*D<-! ������ *mW"  ������������������sirr says Percy, sitting at the table,  with his head low in his hands, "the.  blackguard's won her from me."  "I fear so, sir." The two men's hands  meet and grasp in the silent fashion  of their sex, ofttimes more eloquent  than any words e'er speeched.  "Would I had made a hole in bis  heart that night in Lark lane!" cried  Sir Percy next.  "Sir Robin's nimble, sir, and knows  a trick or two' with steel as well as  dice."  "Aye, a gallant every inch. 'Tis for  that I hate bim all tbe more, nnd yet,  Ken, sometimes, lad, when I've been  a-starlng at him from afar, I've caught  something lu his countenance resembling Peg, and it's made me halt like  a chit at provoking of him further."  Kennaston nods. "Aye, I've remarked it, but held my peace, Percy, for  'tis said man and wife often grow to  look alike, and I doubt not sometimes  begin after the same pattern."  Sir Percy sighs again, turns up the  room with drooped lids, In silence getting that grip upon his soul which noblest natures insist on with themselves  even in crises like this. 'Tis a bitter  battle.  "Kennaston," says he, very quiet and  offhand, "I'm thinking I'll go to tho  colonies���������to Virginia."  Kennaston turns off, with tears in his  eyes.  "Mostly," says he brokenly, "were  not Peggy my twin I'd be in ripe mood  for a-cursing of her! When, Percy?"  asks he after a pause.  "As soon as may be," is the-reply.  "I've the promise of a commission by  my uncle's influence. Come, come, lad  o' my heart," laughs he through his  own misty eyes. "The wind's not in  my ship's sails yet I promised Mr.  Brummel for bis expedition to Ivy  Dene for the morrow, and I'll hardly  be ready in all points to get under way  before you're back in town from your  visit to Brookwood, whence I foresee  you'll fly with Diana's 'yes' betwixt  her kiss on your cheek."  'Twas now Mr. Brummel's famous  and long talked about party to Ivy  Dene this very next day that dawned.  Now, her ladyship had vowedto herself that, come what might, she would  avoid this, even did fate keep her in  London. 'Twas no part of her pro-  grajgme,^lthjgiugh_i^^^  well as any sporting squire, to make  for her future any such memory as riding a horse astride for thirty miles out  and back in tbe company a half score  of gentlemen must furnish, yet so Is  each of us rather the creature of circumstance than will that the hour appointed found Peg mounted on a gray  with blood In his veins and a-pecing  down Piccadilly to the White Horse  beside Beau Brummel'8 bay.  She could not with Sir Robin's murderous pact in her perpetual view,  make up her mind to omit a company  that should Include Sir Percy.  It seemed to ber that any day spent  by him out of her sight might prove  fatal; that Sir Robin's hirelings might  conceive It better to their purpose to  put an end to their intended victim before tbo Sunday. So, aching with an  insane but not unnatural Impulse to  pull rein and confess all; burning with  shame to remember 'twas, of Lndy  Diana's sweetheart she was thinking;  mortified beyond belief every time her  saddle grazed her breoehes; Intent lest  nn unsuspected sword should flush  from the hedgerows, the sheepeots  or the shadows  of Epstowe forest  TubM* rhov traveraed oo their wiv  n������w  Lady Peggy, wishing amidst all this  tbat sho had never como to town, yet  contrived to display a very cheerful  mien, to luugh as loud as sho dared,  keeping her high notes cautiously to  herself, as sbe had In her speech ever  slnco the night as Sir Robin, sho had  made her first appearance in Lark lano  ���������to join In jest, quip, prank, such as a  gay cavalcade of Jovial gentlemen were  then wont to Indulge In.  Such wero some of the strange vicissitudes Incident to being that most  amazingly delicious compound, a willful and withal truo hearted woman.  As Mr. Brummel had planned, they  halted for refreshment nt tho Morry  Rabbit at Market Ossory and left, after  a gflmo of bowls on tho groen, to pur-  Btio their way. Percy lingered a bit In  tbo rear. Truth to tell, his reflections  woro nono of tho gayest, nnd tho pros-  enco of the supposed Sir Robin McTart  nnd tlio conclusion, which, together  with Ken, ho hnd been forced to reach,  that Lndy Peggy hnd run off with tho  bnroiiot, did not by any means consplro  to the lightening of his spirits. As ho  watched his presumed rival, hoard tho  ringing luugii, tho brilliant Jest noted  the uivJwa air uini tbuUKbt uf this i  cavalier as Lndy Peggy's lord bis  choler knew no bounds, and Jt appeared  to hhn that come what might, bo must  Invent enme of quarrel and oue or tho  oilier ot em be leit cold on tho Held.     i  "Why," a thousand times hs asked  himself, "this mystery regarding her  mnrrlnge? Why not have wedded Sir  Robin from her father's home and wltb  ber father's blessing, since," Sir Percy  reluctantly julnuurti, "no fault could  bo found with ho fine a young gentle-  in,in, mnl IiIh font.no be knew to be  considerable." j  He wus aware that ber ladyship was  roniuutle to it d-'gn-e, and be could but  decide that thu predilection bad caused  ber to elope and to preserve tbe matter  In a wrapping of itcrjrcj tot * Utn*:  no aonox even now from her retirement looking forward to tbe hour when  she should emerge as Lady McTart!  Sir Percy grated bis teeth together  and struck his spurs so deep that his  horse gave a plunge which brought bim  up neck and neck with the gray of the  supposed baronet and the black of Mr.  Chalmers.  "To the rescue, Sir Percy!" cried this  one jocularly. "Your assistance I beg,  and the loan of your wits in our argument."  "With all my heart!" answers Percy,  scenting a possible chance to worst his  rival even in a battle of words. "What's  the subject?"  "A truce to 't!" exclaims the Beau,  with an expressive shake of hia head  at Mr. Chalmers, who, however, seldom  notes any obstacle to the pleasure of  his present moment.  "No truce at all, Mr. Brummel," answers he gayly.  "'Tls"���������  "'Tis nothing whatever, Sir Percy,"  interrupts Lord Escombe, putting his  band on Chalmers' rein, and adding in  an undertone: "Gadzooks, man, hold  your peace! The matter's like tow and  tinder betwixt Percy and McTart!"  *��������� 'Pon my soul, gentlemen," now cries  Percy, "I insist upon Jack's being allowed to proceed with hfs remarks. If  he wants my counsels, they're his.  Come, sir, speak."  " 'Tis but this," says Mr. Chalmers.  "I say to Sir Robin that since the  world's busy with rumors of his secret  marriage to Lady Peggy Burgoyne,  since as I learn by my man, who had  it at the gate of the very best authority���������gad, sirs, 'tis a fact, even if we  don't relish it, the gist of our gossip  comes from below stairs, up���������that  Lady Peggy is from home, ber father  believing her in Kent at her godmother's"���������Mr. Chalmers smiles���������"her mother being in York, believing her safe it  Kennaston, I say, my lords and gentl*  men, it behooves Sir Robin confide th������  matter to his best friends and give  them chances to congratulate him and  the lady. Have I the right of't Percy-  yes or no?"  Percy is silent for a moment It seems  to him a desecration of tbe sweet modest and womanly girl he has so Ions  adored thus to hear even her name,  much less a discussion of her most private matters, made into mirthful sub-  -j ect-on-a-morning's-r ide.���������~���������j���������^������������������  His anger, too, is great that the man  whose name is coupled with here has  not already put a stop to such a conversation, even were it at the point of  the sword.  Shall he here and now so reply to Mr.  Chalmers as shall breed an instant retort from Sir Robin and a challenge on  the spot? The wild thought even flashes  through bis brain that Sir Robin might  be left dead on the ground and that  some time in the dim future he might  win Peggy back to himself.  But, with a tightening rein, he checks  himself as well as bis horse as bo answers;  "Mr, Chalmers, tbe lady you name ll  ono whom I honor most deeply, nnd It  seems to me if she hns seen fit to go  Into seclusion or to marry secretly that,  while I may wish It had been in open  church, I must continue to respect her  preferences until sho elects to chnngo  them," with which, breaking the llttlo  pnuse of silence which follows, Sir  Percy gallops ahead, joining Mr. Brummel, who has put himself quickly out  of tho commotion be bad foreseen as  likely to arrive,  Menntlmo it mny be correctly Imagined that her ladyship, with all hor sex's  exqulslto ingenuity at plaguing Itself  whenever It possibly can, hnd seized  upon thoso words of Sir Percy's most  easily twisted luto a means of self to*  ture,  "I wish It had been In open church!"  instantly stuck Itself In hor thoughts  boside "consents," tho two forming just  tbat species of flagellation which ladles  so situated In mind are wont to inflict  upon themselves.  Tho supposed Sir Robin from this on  until tho arrival of tho party at Ivy  Dene been mo taciturn, even mo roso,  and not a syllabic could be got from  him In answer to tho wildest gibes,  Her eyes Jut out upon Sir Percy, who  now kept to tho foro with his host, my  Lndy Poggy, on the keen lookout for  tho possible assassin, and to tho tuno  of "consents" and Its running mate, "I  would It bod boon Jn open church I"  put In a very dolorous twenty miles,  but on dismounting at Sir, Drummers  dooibtep sho endeavored to lufuso a  llttlo joyousness Into ber looks and  speech.  Thi-* nftornnnn "���������*������������������**��������� ���������**ii"i*t i������ hid '*.**������������������*������������������*  planned. The country conk's dinner  was voted n perfect success. A gnm������  of cards was in order after tho repast,  a tilt at pontics, o wager on the question of tea Jn tho colonies, Lndy Peggy  trrtrt ���������Sff Perot? Xreenlnir   hv ftm oo.um of  each, well apart In all theso encounters,  and at 12 o'clock, just ns the moon was  rising behind a bank of splendid star  fringed clouds. Mr. Brummel and bis  guests sot forth on their homeward  rond.  The beauty of the night was such a������  nnnthon and rants Its own mantle of  peace over even those unquiet spirits  which mny be abroad.  Tim earalcade had left <ho highway  some distance behind; tbe mnon ���������*���������������  fast bolng overtaken by tbe cloadi  whence sbe bad aa hour or more &ga  Whiz l and her ball strikes Tom KWtlo.  emerged; tne aews ren tnick. and the  scent of the hawthorn was sweet In the  air as they plunged into Epstowe forest  "Ah, gentlemen," cried out Mr. Brummel, snapping his whip, "what a night  for Tom Kidde and his merry men!  The skies dark, the moon playing bide  and seek, fifteen watches and purses  and as many rings, pins and seals between us as you left not at Ivy Dene  with, my cook Elizabeth!"  "Ha, ha, ha! No fears of Tom Kidde,  an he knows our caliber, jumping out  upon us!" laughs Lord Wootton.  " 'Slife, sir, he's the sort of highwayman to jump out on the best mettle  that strides horseflesh or carries gold.  The young devil's afraid of nothing  tbat breathes, and has been the terror  of travelers now these three or four  years gone," says Vane.  "He's not above one and twenty,  smooth faced as a girl, those say  who've caught a glimpse of him under  his mask; dresses like a macaroni, voiced like a choir singer and nimble as an  Indian monkey."  "Frequents he this neighborhood?"  queries Lady Peggy, who at the mention of the word "highwayman" has  tightened her rein, clapped-a. hand on  her holster aud felt her heart thump as   she involuntarily connects it with possible danger to Percy.  "That be does," said Mr. Chalmers.  "His den or one of 'em's somewhere in  the depths of Epstowe, and no one can  *: tell when or where he's like to turn up  next"  "When did he turn up last?" says Sir  Wyatt, laughing.  "1 can tell you," returns Vane,  '"Twas nbout Candlemas. I was down  at home on a visit from town when the  news came, almost frightening my  mother out of her wits nnd setting tbo  maids n-shiverlng like so many popples in a storm. Tom Kidde had pounced on Lord Brookwood not a mile from  his own gates, lifted him off his mount  in the politest fnshlon Imaginable, rifled his lordship's pockets, appropriated his weapons and ridden off. on bis  victim's horRe, leaving his lordship tied  to a tree at the roadside, where he was  found by Biggs, the J. P., the next  morning, n-bellowlng and a-cursing like  n wild bull."  A hearty laugh greets Mr. Vane's description.  "Yes, but that ain't nil of t, my lord*  nnd gentlemen," continues he,  "By no moans," cries Beau Brummel,  out of bis fit of hilarity. "1 recall now  thnt I rotlo over from Lnnrlston castle,  where I was visiting, that very morning and heard tho adventure from  Brookwood himself. I fancy be bad  tbe laugh, or will havo It some day, on  Tom or some of his men, for the stolen  mare was none othor than bis lord*  ship's famous Homing Nell."  "Is It possible!" exclaims Sir Percy.  "The mare that's been taken off a hundred miles, let loose, and finds ber wny  home again; the maro that's boon sold  and ridden fifty miles nwny, nnd then,  when sho felt a band nt her mouth sho  could master, has taken the bit between  Iter tooth, and tbe ono In tbo saddlo't  only sometimes been able fo keep his  sent and lot hor tnko bim straight back  whence she came?"  "The very same Homing Nell. Brookwood's suro of her getting back sooner  or later," wiys tho Beau.  "They'll never catch Tom, thong"!"  cries Escombe.  "If thoy do." remarks Vano, "ho'll  linng not two hours after he's bagged,  Ills death warrant's been lying Hlgtied  In Mr. Biggs' pocketbook any tlmo this  iweiveuioutb, and there's still a gibltot  standing on the hill abovo Brook-Arms-  lolgh village/"   "faereil Lntlfblrilri."  Among tho Insects that i-aii he claimed as friends of llie market grower  probably nono ore moro useful tlmo  tbo ladybirds, It Is said that In  mediaeval times this Insect wns sacred  to tho virgin, benco its popular name.  'Although tu theso prosaic times wt  mny," says tho Fruttuvinvcr. "have gut  ovor tbe superstition regarding the In-  sect's k;r:uUh<>* *o fm ut* I lie virgin  is concern**!, for tho good tbey do tbey  should be sacred to i very market grow-  er. Perhaps tho most beautiful of all  the family is tho eighteen spotted lady-  bird that Linnaeus named CoccinelJe,  (.ctudccIWtVUutUU. TK OJOEKUNB NHS  CUMBERLAND, B. C."  ���������������������������������������������H**i**-������^ ���������������������������������*���������������>���������������>������>*>  WESTERN CANADIAN fciHTOKS  A series of articles desv, Ibing  their lives, their aims and  their Influence.  32.  MR. NEIL FOX.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-I  I  Those whom neglected coughs  have killed were once as healthy  and robust as you. Don't follow  in their paths of neglect.   Take  Shiloh's  Consumption  Cure T5niCLung  now.    It is guaranteed to  It has cured many thous-  right  cure,  ands.  Prices:  25c. 50c. $1  S. C. "Wells A Co. 308  LeRoy. N. Y.. Torouto, Can.  iti  later a company was formed which  took control and gave the publication  another name, The "Monitor," the  former proprietor, Mr. Galbraith, going to the coast. Mr. Fox still continued in the capacity of foreman  through all the changes of management. When the town developed to a  sufficient degree to merit the inauguration of a second paper, the subject of  this sketch severed his connection  with the Monitor, and in partnership  with Rev. PI. J. Borthwick, began the  publication of the Morden Herald.  This publication was continued with  fair success for about four years, and  showed to advantage the long experience of its mechanical management.  After nine years' absence at the coast  Mr. Galbraith returned and amalga-j  mated the Herald and Monitor into the'  YOUR HABITUAL EXPRESSION  What kind of an expression do you  wear habitually?   Is it sour, morose,'  repellent?   Is it a mean, stingy, con-j  temptible. uncharitable, intolerant expression?  Do you wear the expression!  of a bulldog, a grasping, greedy, nun-.  gry expression,   which   indicates   an:  avaricious nature?   Do you go about j  among your employees with a thundercloud   expression,    with a melancholy, despondent,   hopeless   look on  your face, or do you wear the sunshine  expression which radiates good cheer  and hope, which indicates a feeling of  good will   and   of   helpfulness?   Do  people smile and look happier when  you approach them, or do they shrink  from you and feel a chilly goose-flesh  sensation come over them as they see  you approach?   It makes all the difference in the world to you and to those  whom you influence,iwhat kind of an'  expression you wear.  TRIED   FOR  ITS Ll  IN MILLIONS OF TEAPOTS DAILY   AND  LENCE."  PRONOUNCED "PAR EXCEL-  The   \A/orlcTs  >fo  Sold only in sealed lead packets.   25c, 30c, 40c, 50c, 60c. a pound.  Grocers.   Highest Award St. Louis, 1904.  By all  Speechless And Paralyzed.--"*: had vnlvul-tr  dlfeaRO of the heart," writes Mrs. J. S. Gootle, of  Truro, N. S. "I suffered terribly nnd wns often  speechlens and partially paralyzed. One dose of Dr.  Aehew's Cure for tlie Heart gave mc relief, and before I finished one bottle I was nble to go about. Today I nm n well woman."���������43  Ayers Pills  Vegetable, liver pills. That  is what they are. They cure  constipation, biliousness,  sick-headache.  J.C.ATerCo..  Lowell, Khi,  Want your moustache or beard  a beautiful trown or rich tlacli? use  BUCKINGHAM'S DYE  ������������������wax ������a.,oi sscoauxs oa a. t. auxa co.Kiimu.x-fc  Mr. Moses���������Dot is a lucky guy, that  Ed. Dunkart. He hits the races every j  time; he is coining money. Mr. Levy  ���������So! How he does it? Mr. Moses���������,  Vy, vhen that feller first began to play  the races he would lose the first day  and win the next, so   now   he plays  MR. NEIL FOX.  Manager of The Morden Empire.  Morden Chronicle, Mr. Fox once morei ever)r other day.  taking his position as foreman with :  his old employer, in which capacity ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT. ���������  he served with satisfactory results Removes all hard, soft or calloused  till about two years ago, when he mmps and blemishes from horses, blood  bought a controling interest in the spavin, curbs, splints, ringbone sween*  Morden Empire, and took upon him-Vey, stifles, sprains, sore and swollen  self the management. Under his con-: throat, coughs, etc. H&ye ������50 by use  trol the Empire has prospered in every j of one botle. Warranted tlie most won-  department. It is now acknowledged derful Blemish Cure ever known,  to be one of the best made up and| *  ���������~���������-������������������-  Among the western newspaper men  whose lives are being reviewed in this  series of articles Is one who, for long  experience and close connection with  the printing and publishing business  in the west can be classed among the  oldest. We refer to Mr. Neil Fox,  manager of the Morden Empire.  ��������� Mr. Pox was born in the town of  Clinton,, Huron Co., Ontario, about 45  years* ago, and after attending" the public school till he was 13 years of age,  was taken as "devil" on the New-Era.  -Mr^Holmesr-the-proprietor,_took_thfe  new acquisition to the staff in hand to  show him the duties he was to perform, and the apprentice, upon seeing  the comps. sticking type, thought he  vf&s up against something that for him  waa unaccomplishable. However, as  time passed, that which appeared to  be impossible became easy and the  New-Era dovll became the fastest and  most efficient compositor In the office,  In fact his reputation tor speed was,  widely known.  In the. spring of 1880 Mr. Fox could  not resist the temptations of the west.  Being offered a position he came to  Nelson, which at that time was the  prominent judicial centre of Southern  Manitoba, and took the foremanship  of the Mountaineer, published by Mr.  J. F, Galbraith. In those days it required a man who was able to do more  than stick type to be a printer. He  was required to have unlimited Ingenuity, as there were no typo founderles  at hand to supply all the wants of the  trade, All kinds of devices had to  bo resorted to. Cases were made by  boring auger hole** In spuares of thick  plank, and whon any display line out  of the ordinary was desired a piece  of board and a jack-knife had to fill  the bill. Many of the oddities that  helped to equip the office at that time  are still kept as relics, Before resorting to the home manufacture of such  at the present time, most so-called up-  to-date printers would be apt to throw  up the job,  When tho Pembina branch of the  C.P.lt. was built Morden sprang up  and camo into prominence with great  rapidity. Nelson, without nny hope of  railway facilities, was at Us end, and  all places of business were transferred  to tho new town. Ono of tho first to  mako the move was the public educator, tho nnmo of which wa8 then chang-  od to tho Manitoba News.  Somo yoarB  printed weeklies in the province, and  the product of the job department is  second to none. Mr. Fox never made  any attempt at editorial work, but  confined his efforts to local reporting  and the mechanical department, In  which capacities he is most proficient.  The Empire always contains everything of local interest and is much appreciated by its numerous readers.  Apart from business Mr. Fox has  always been a leader in all that aided  In developing the town, and bringing  it into its present place of prominence.  Jn-sociaLand_mu3ical_cirjcles .his value  is and always has been inestimable.  He is prominent in church work, and  highly respected by all.  If it is a Question of Warmth use  EB. EDDY'S  BUILDING PAPER  It Retains  Heat and Keeps Out Cold.  Prof. John Dewey tells the following  story to illustrate the futility of cer-j  tain present-day educational methods)  when applied,to the affairs of practical,  relied on your cooking by inviting a  said he, "where   they   teach boys to  swim without    any    water.    All the  motions necessary for swimming are  taught scientifically and correctly.   I  asked one of the graduates what he  did when he got into the"water.   "He  replied laconically, 'Sunk.'"  Write for Samples and Prices.  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Speaker Cannon's all but indecipherable handwriting   got   Congressman  Cushman Into a mess a few days ago.  CatiiollVs\inde7Veln-otectlon*or������e! Th������ Washington Representative got a  United States flag is 22,127,354.   Of note from the Speaker, but was unable  Where can I get some of Holloway's  Corn Cure?   I was entirely cured of  i my corns by tills remedy and I wish  I some more of it for my friends.   So  writes Mr. J. W. Brown, Chicago.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  rararar*rr������r-aa--aHr-M^  Auersl  those 7,058,099 are in the Philippines;  1,578,802 in Cuba, 1,000,000 in Porto  Ulco and 32,000 in tho Sandwich  Islands, It would obviously be misleading to Include tho Roman Catholics  of tho dependencies in a consideration  of the comparative strength of the religious denominations In tlio United  States. Eliminating thorn altogether,  the Roman Catholics of tho country  still number 12,402,793, whllo the next  largest church body, tho Methodists,  liavo 0,250,71)8 members. Tho Baptism  follow wu.. 5,160,815, then came tlio  Lutherans, with 1,789,700; tlio Presbyterians, with 1,097,097; tlio Episcopalians, with 807,922; tho Congregational Ists, with 007,951; tho Unitarians,  with 71,00u; tho Christian Scientists,  with 00,022.  If your blood Is thin ond im- k  pure, you are miserable all the \  time. Il 2* pure, rich blood :  that Invigorates, strcnfilbens, B  refreshes. You certainly know  Sarsaparilla  the medicine that brings good  health to the home, the only  medicine tested and tried for  60 years. A doctor's medicine.  *ana\  X em ray Jlft, mtvaen itmXX, to A  ^.Jtmaatltti. Ui* th* m������t wiHt<"-*rft.f t"  UM It th* eetlAJat Mrrwinni. Mi eorj li  mraaXxl.  for<  #, 6. AT*������1|00.,  UtmlX,  . M>m.,  Poor Health  to make out more than two or three  words. Then he showed it to several  friends, and between them they road  It all but the last threo words, In do-  spiilr ho called on Mr. Cannon and  told him of the difficulty. Said the  Speaker; "You showed this letter to  flevoral people, you Bay?" "Oh, yos,  Mr. Speaker; I tried every way to road  It boforo troubling you about tlio matter. Nono of us could mako out tho  last throe words, though," "Why,"  said Mr. Cannon, "tho Inst threo words  woro 'personal and confidential,' you  chump."  It Has Many Offices.���������Boforo the  Gorman soldier starts on a long march  ho rubs his foot with tallow, for his  first enro Is to koop his foot In good  condition.     If   ho   know   that   Dr.  ���������,u    ,,,,., .   . ��������� ,   ,��������� Thomas'   Eclootrlc   Oil would be of  Tho d scrlmlnatlon against Ontario muc��������� bottor ���������orv,C(J n0 wouW throw  a funny Incident occurred In one of  tho primary grades of the Lewlsburg  public schools. The first class in arithmetic was reciting; the teacher was  p'tn.etM.a ami ka*pw*l������ In JBhtom  tiiiS Ai������������rtc������. It Is eonfldsotUll-j"  recommended to the afflicted. If rw  suffer ftwn  Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus' Dance,  SYhaVe ehlMnmnrretottfos\UUlaX>^^**������^to*  it ������micted, THiur inn ran a ran "f������ui "*4nrut w toll,  it wml* sent t������r snail    prepaid.    It  k������   eund  where sTtrythiog ths hM  felled.  "Vhon writing ra.ntlon  CURED  this paper, and err* fuU  address. For ss.?sT>j-sll druggtet*.  -r-iTUs MeblgCo.-47*Ki������-*5t-=W-, TWItt"*-*,  you rather have, a quart or a pint of  ice cream?" The pupil, not knowing,  made a guess, and answered: "Why,  a pint, of course." "Why," objected  the teacher, hopelessly, "a pint is less  than a quart." "I know it," he quickly  responded, "I don't like ice cream."  ITCHINC,  BURNING,    SlklN    DISEASES  CURED FOR THIRTY-FIVE CENT8.-Ur. A*  nan'K Ointment relieves in one duy, and oure* T*t>  tar. Suit lihuuin, Scald Head, Kozema, Barber'sItok,  Uli'UrH, lilolchoa nndall eruptions of ths skin. It If  Hnothinu unci qulotinij and act* lilt* m&slolln.th*our*  ot all baby bumors. 85o.���������Cl  Jenks���������You seem to be in good  humor. What's the joke? Markley���������  Didn't you hear about our doctor?  Jenks���������No, what is it? Markley���������He's  sick.  Mlnard's Liniment.Cures Burns, eto.  "You enjoy a classical composition  more after you have heard It a few  times." "I don't know," answered Mr.  Cumrox, "whether I enjoy it or whether I got used to It and don't notice it  so much."  Teacher (with outline map���������What  country Js this?    Class���������(Dense  sll-  dolng hor best to mako a llttlo fellow , ence.) Teacher���������Como, can't any of  understand the difference between you remember? It is the shape of a  tho measurements of a quart and a boot. Bright Boy���������I remember now.  pint. At last the teacher said, hope-) ill's Italy, the place where the boot-  fully:   "Now, Johnny,   which   would j blacks como from.  farmers by tho railroads was discussed  in tho houso of commons.  Whllo moro prevalent In winter,  whon sudden changos Jn tho weather  try tho strongest constitutions, colds  nnd coughs and ailments ot the throat  may eome \r\ tin" rn^noti, *.t tVto flrot  sIrM nf ������l<>rani*-efrifmt, nun Bickle's Antl-  Consumptive Syrup. Instant rollef  will bo experienced, and uso ot tbe  modlclne until the cold disappears will  protect tho lunga from attack. For  unyono with throat or chest weakness  it cuuuot be tturpas-teu,  away his tallow and pack a fow bottles of tho Oil In his knapsack. Thoro  is nothing llko it.  MlnarcTi Llnlmtnt for sale everywhere  "Oh, mother," sobbed tho young  brido. "I've discovered that John  doesn't trust mel" "Why, my child,  what has ho done?" "Woll. you know, j  I coukud my first dinner for him today." "Yes���������and he showed how ho  lift-; "TUtii'u U a school lu Chicago,",  friend to dine." "So 1 thought. Uut  oh, mother"���������tho sobs broko out  nfrosh���������"the man ho invited was a  doctor!"  A' r"*nTi'*������r wr������������i Hvf>n r*v****ntlv In Phil  adolphla to Lawrence Townsond, tho  American minister to Uuigiuiu. Mr.  Townsond talked at this dinner about  his experience abroad. Among other  things, ho said: "In Belgium, as n  rulo, when English is spoken to you it  th  UX'vUtiuU', feUMiiail.     .N'vio   uUvi   UivU,  though, you come upon some very  curious mistakes. "I attended a music-  alo ono day at nn lOnglish woman's  apartment, An admirable amateur on  tho violin was tho guest of honor. Tho  Your clothes will last twice as Ion*?; and look better,  too, if washed only with  Sunlight Soap  It washes coarse things easiest because it is a  Eowerful cleanser, arid is best for fine things  ecause it is perfectly pure and will not irvJure  them. Equally good with hard or soft water.  No scrubbing, no boiling,  Try Sunlight.  Vou may havo  your monoy  back if you  are not satisfied.  L*v*r Brothr-ra Limlt������d  Toronto  1109  Lft*aUv������ doui of Ay������r_     .,  ftltht ft-MtV AM Vm isV������������p.Ulll������, 1  PAGE "ACME" NETTING  W   IM   U   No S31  lt**f������s������ roll, ������ tee* hl������h._������...._t4.TS  180*f������Mt roll, g teei. n*.-h  5.&0  180*foQt tell. 0 tee* ralgb. .���������.������. f .89  r������T^t-*rfu^-rti*4M.   %mmet Xeae old rtyl*. Of loe**dd������*J������rer������-*. fteJletudt,  TNI r-AOt WIRE CINOl OO. LIMITID ���������������  V-tiknrTtllo,     Hootrerti.     Yoronto,     Wtnntyoa,     tAU-ioUu. .���������sasam&RSB***  *\  WE Se  ROYAL  Electric .Process "  FIVE ROSES  ��������� Patent Process "  Our Prices the Lowest.  Po Not Take a Cheap or inferior  Flour when you .can get these Two .Standard  flours at the Saas.o price.    :    :    :    :    :    ���������    ���������  PBBPSOIi' A.X.L ag-Ilsi IDS  ^mmm  FOR    BOYS  5 is a oreat    Bypl   for   i^t]  g " baruui scary,":**"    spi*   ,pl|  yours;  It i.*, made qf  a'JJ feather  ���������uid the   lx-st  of findings,  i io stand .hard rjnoc^.  Yet it is a graceful Boot,  uo. as Boys Boots go  just, as well made and ofj  as" .honest icatjber. as .our)  Men's Boots.  Tell   your   shoe   dealer  that   vou    want     "THE  LECKIE    BOOT"   and1  j look for   th-a   trade   njarkj  on the sole..  Victoria PEOE  No Better Lager Brewed In America.  The Oldest Established Brewery in British Columbia,  offices    Victoria ft. C5  r  F\oual Batik of7 Canada  Undivided .Profits ������������������.������������������������������������     908,74-5  K. L. PEAS*}, G-snrkal Manaob <���������  T. E. KENNY, Pkesidbnt.  ���������;0 B. Xtn&er^pn. /li>pv.  .'���������"'' 4-^e?,,"b5,*5~'S ^fh-0 **ya*at theii ad  ���������Vaa*ag9tt, si-tould get copy tn hy  0 a.nj.. d*.y loot'orp issu������.  Tbe *Edit,o*r will not be responaihlie fgr the  v iawa, .e.ent|n),ept.a, or auy errors of c.omposi-  ' fciou onetter correspondents.  f ob %ork Strictly <\0. D.  V. ��������� aasiont. Ads Cash in Advance.  iHiJlJid) JS**<VERY WED^ESV'AY.  5t*.*9Scripx,io-2.. 7TT7VTTT7TT$S~oo-aryeaT?���������  w* --.* irrtyAjatdHmameaxumavaamaVkmtmmmwamaMam^  . FASHIOKABLE WEDDING  *=������������������ | down the Great Lakes to .Quebec,  j fi"' m i.here to }\\i\ Prd-noisco to vi?it-  ; relatives, undnii tlie way home will  jiro.bahl v take in the Lewis & Clarke  Fair.  The     .bride's    travelling    dress  \vas -in exceedingly   becoming costume of fc-jjjre green   tufted canvas  .cloth, wita vest of white clo'h u-ipa  nnd with pale green nnd  pink  ap-  pli������.j,uc, and white silk toque  iriiu-  imu with pale green foliage.    Mis/a-  Tari.tili, until   recently a teach- r in  the Junior clept. of the Public school  has  b.ejjri extremely  popular,  and  evidence of tnis-uas been shuvyn by  "fbe-nTTFlTfa^^  I MANUFACTURED, BY  ILICKS, Cn��������� M|  VANCOUVER B.C,  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND  ������avinrn Bank Department;i~Depoaite of $1 and upwards received -   Intenat al,  CXt curreat rates, compouuded twice each year ou 30th June aud Slat December.  Drafts on all pointa bought aud Bold. A. W. HYtfDMAN,  MANAGER,,  OFFICE HOURS   10 to 3;    Saturday 10" to 12; open  Pay Nights 7 p.m. to 9.pm  ��������� r t--.-r,Tnm! .~.* rmam  Tlie elite oi Cumberland attended  the wedding of Mis* EL G. Tarbell  pltlest daughter of Mr and  Mrs C  p. Tarbell, and Mr 1, Bryden ("on  pf Mr Bryden of Head Street, Vic-  ���������.?���������'?.v on Thursday last.   The o^ie-  :..,���������'   y tuok pl.ipe at Trinity Church  ,t .3 oMock, the i-acred edifice being  't.'iged  fpr I ha ot-enpion  by  the  .. imp** of the poniriu.ling parties,  ihe cliiV'nlng toilelt.cs of the ladies  ooviUibuting t-olor and  animation  to a very ehr.mv.ru*  pifiHiri",    Th������  ceremony  wus performed  hy  fi-ev,  (aranvilie ChriBimiiB.  iVl t)ie altar the groom wns wait-  in<$  supported  by   his friend   Mr  vioas-Kapier,   Mr Geo, Tarbeil and  Mr D. Gollis performed the duties  of  usher.   Tin*   lovely  hride   was  simply but daintily jhivvi,.Vi iu while  chiffon cloth o--:-r ��������� ' ;'   ������������������"'���������"������������������*-. ..;iv  trim mod with veal  net vvll, wit): o:-.\'.\o-. !-,i  ni the colu'Uu,. '.*'h'..''-i|i'!'i il ui. \\i\:.e\  oi unite roses. f.'iin '-iqns an l -.sparnj-'is  i :.*n.     The h|yi>U'siriuids wet! Mihsc-s M.  Tarbell, JCIsie tJnlli'j and Slort.ih-,- .Sin-ilcr,  each, iitdre"! in white ������������������iink-ks slk Uiminetl  with silk applique and chiffon und  lace, wearing largo white nilk  nnd  tulle hate in CluuloMoCorduy Hiylc,  also lmndpnine tuniuniH.' and p.'atl  prqacftnt   brooches, souvenir   keep-  eak-ib frem the groom.   To the bride  Mr    JJjrydens    present    was     a  c\t^ti[iQnd sunbt-rflt.   Mrs   Tarbell,  thf������    bride's     lyiother,    wort   a  Bintvrt costume of black voile over  blftck silk: triirimo') with while laco.  Anion'.*, the guests woro noiio.ed  -���������--������������������      i     i   I....,      weeding gifts   given '-her"  CujfMisutANp  Mr and Mrs Peacoy, 0<'t gjass pickbdish;  Mai'ioa Poitoty, Ciuuit bieUin auu aui.ai' be ���������  M. P. D. MdLeau, Hau'isume brouz.- Vivse;  Mr-, ai.d Alias Hill, Va'uef Airs VV. B. Aude.  i:<--. ;U.'I l"'>ru-  l   1    ...,.-,   :.:    '���������  i  ������o;i, Cut tflusi* aud siiver vinaigrette; Alary  S. Audfeiaun, HaukdC of tea  roans;   Air aud  MiaL. Mounce, Silver cream aud taigar nut-,  Alias iVJouu-ju, Salad bowl* J*lev Air aud Mrs  OhrJHtmuH, Hand paiuted uaUd plats; A}..'  aud Airs  CvjjJji,   X.lvtr   iiiouograiii   phuio.  fraiiK'} Miaa aod'Alanter-t'olliii,   Silvor  suit  etsliura; Mn-ic". fjollia, VVaier  colur;    Miss  Turbell's jr, pu-jtla, hilvor coil'eu apouits; Mr  Ttt-'lie'll, iStoul latolio.j rangu; i\L(r. aud Miba  Tiirbcll, S Ivor loaapoDna; Alts.-, liato, Uliina  ouico [;lat,c; cjciimil Wtull, SilvurUoa." iwn; Air  uud'Alra Hoc, .Suit celmrs; VVoug Knong,  J iide .tout, bracelet; Iraiio and M.u ion Mtmiico  Uurnuti cushion covin'*: iWrw J . Puckerid-io,  Silvor buticu boat; Mr and Mra  PilUbury,  liautl paiuted china wall pliii.uea  and dov-  Iti); ,vlr and Alia Higga, Uak tea tabloj Alitu  Aill-ll!I>.i,   II,���������.!.!<���������. ll'IAlJo Ll.''l! O.II>il.1l'U'j R.   R.J������,-,-  i   iVi.'i r, ���������'-.',;ii   "���������'ir.i.l iiituiic   '- da1-'   '.;J./,<'k;   .vli1   '  I '     , ,"       . " . i  i  tu'-.l Is ���������'i'-   *< -ri. i ������������������ - I'i.-',-" nn !;Mi ,- tiii.'ilit'iiiierti'i;  j  |   Ui  -U,,i   Mis ���������'���������*.' ���������������������������.>! i-'v -S i"...t'   ll  il    :<liui.   iii f I   j  tu. U; Mr ���������������!'. .Mr-i linn, v-'lni toil, iSium pin-to,  frtti.iti) Mr-.vud All'i.   Mat.tl.iiw.-,,   Minlior v.i  pean ami -.{ Id  ii'iuru jjlitiHt'-^- JJr u.i.i  Men  Uilkmpi.*,   .Silver  <jruii.lt   t|*vy   and tiouOj-.  Mort������iu Itij-j-i* ri U'liyto, A Iiau.ia.ituo  ci.n.u  ljoiU'ooiii|'-ct;.MiaT.nlitill, A nuul ������lil I'Vuticli  gut tililtl-il tino;   Ml-.hUa Uutl-i, l./Ut   yUu.i iuic  wull; M ������ K, K. KidiKkju of Vavcotivcr, Au  o ii It ninl t-ilvtu* mcul tray,  Mr and M u J li ������iij(������:ai, silver aultcejlura,  I'OMtlX  Mouhi'h Wm, and .), Uitjuhart, Hun boa  banket; Mian laa Uii|Ulutrti Kmb t.ible covnr  and photo, Minn i.iour^U) U.i|uliiut, Otuiia  wih<M Mriit.d iVh'H 4.   Ui(i������hai't, Silver  iyuion'J- w>u   fc*"6"-*'   "* * -  i and nliina biHotiit jurj Kov Mr and MraWtl-  >JrBH I'. tiollm who looked  very | ,0lllir( |.,UIU1.U. Ah������nA\lUom-ir. &--i- tai.lc  handsome in hhtok ������iU  laco <'wr j 6(IV(n, (Ulll vhnlu. ^mmn uuaj, wuuur  vltite t}--\*.\n\ M'S ;T- I'-ne!^ Idii'i '"> (  The policy of  the Government,  and   the   unwritten   law in   iheir  Ciyi Service, has been that all per?  soup receiving an  adequate salar*/  for their seivices out of  the Publip  Treasury must not engage in  any  WWll^FW"b'tisiTrTOB-fvT-lh e-pq f-  pose of gain under penalty of j|ia-  missal.    Joseph Martin, wh������n j?re.f  mier. went further, and to make assurance doubly sure,   notified by  circular letter, every perron engaged  in  the service, that dismissal  would at once follow any infraction  of this rule.    Whether School masters were or were  uot served with  this circular, we are unable to say,  bill if not, then no doubt Joe thought  the the Boards of the different school  dhtricif- wniild rortainly   hnve the  {rood -ei.so tu uu-ist, upon a  Bimilar  observance,, aud resent any fUj'jjfBt--  ion from him.   It peemp, howeye ,  hat for onc\ Joe was antray in his  e-iiimiito of human nature, and the  cun--('(pietice." nf this is>, that in time  to come, vac will lie confronted by a  i"t;iU: nf ���������������? ii""  .-omewhat like   the  GO TO  CAR  The TAILOR  for your next Suit ot clothes.  _���������Look  at these Prices ���������  Pants   $3.00 up  Suits   $1300 up  Overcoats $12.50 up  Style , 'Pit and Workmanship  Guaranteed.  PAV1S   BLOCK.  A  Fair  Trial  IS ALL "77E' JLQX;'  TUST a chance to show you that  J we a? ways pleaae our customers  by supplying them with the. BEST  MEATS at th.- lowe-t market  prices.    Atrial order will convince  you.  follnV/iu;:.-  l.ir. i'mi-.r  tv, ,i Scnool mu-iter Doe  'Hea-whlir". Maliave got  a noro Lhumu and wanth ' "<" to -"eo  phe.  Tt'itchor. 'After school I'll see her'  BHide" bother ihoHchoolP  Tho Bohnolmnbtor'nilo,, ������������������yes nir,  fit and cut  gnaninteetl,  Call  after  t-oliool honri*, at- 1 h"Ve to run now  and !iiw*nd to thnt tioublaronie ������f-  f.iir". and so on, with the druggist,  iho lawyer, the drygoods merchant,  iho grocer, tne saddler, thu bu������cher.  Driving tho legitimate trade*- man  out of Ir.iniiiei-s by reanon of unfair  compotion, and clutching nt  the  j).;l!ar God with mind-- full of every  thing but tho profesaion for  which  they are paid ii Haiary to follow.  For Kalsorriining. .Paper-hanging  G|aging   and    Painting       See  RIGH'D. McGregor,  Cumberland Hotel.  \n tlje matter of the "MnnicipaU-  its luuorporatiou Act" anil iu the  matter uf tlie extension ot the 1 m-  itu of tlie City of Cumberland,  i'ltblb Jitifcice in hor.'by   f-iven thnt  tho  Ci>rp'i;'ation of tho   Guy   of   OumUoiUnd  UiU'H ij.iiilc fornml ������p*)liuiition to  thu Linn-  tiMiant (jtwuninr in C'Hiiioil for an execuainu  of the liu.Ua of thc ...uuicipality ho aa to in-  ol.ido wilhin naiil oorporat*. limitu the following property:��������� hu* i* ni wny,  Hlock 1,  V't(D and Hluok ll   Lots  (1), (2), (8), nnd  {|) iiooovdin-j- to tti������ oortiliijd plan ol Klijah  l-iicht, a l'rovi.iciitl Land .Survuyor, aud bo  'iug a 8uli-Dii iaiim of I'art of L it 21,   Nelson Dii'trioc, Provinot* ot Hr.tisli Columbia.  'j lie M-tiil 'il.iu in iuly   liled   iu the  Laud  Ivv-yi^t-ry Olliui., Vi.'.uu'ia |J,C,  Dutcil nt CuMibi'j'l.ind B.O.    this   10th  vUy id.Miiy I .;()">,  LA W J11', S ���������; K W, ri C N N*", C it v Clerk.  WKSLKY WILLiVHD, Mayor.  THE   C I T Y  Meat   Mz^  W.W. McKAY, Proi*rietor.   .  FJetcH^r bros.,  Dealers m High-grado  PIANOS  AND  ORGANS  o  Tho    cdebrttod    Gkiuiaud   IIkintzmax,  MKNtn',i.HSoiiN uud VVili.iamh pinnoa r  From  $300 up.   TKRMSTO SUIT.....  T. E. BATE,  Local Agent.  Jut*t received at C. H. Tarbell'h t\  fine ttRHortmont ot new flies for  trout li-diing,  TO 0*0RE A COLD IN ONE DAY.  Tak LAXATIVK IUIOMO QUININE Tub.  lota, All ilinggiHtH refund thu inoiiev il it  fails tn cure E. VV. Grovu'a aignuture it  ou eaoh box,   25o,  jilitck^ros^i.'vinvilk'. Mrs 1. Mounce  in ������������������reuin ci'*-pe de olui.e vrnd hicii;  Mr.-) Co. >. C'Jl'\uy in w'MV'  Whiv 'jiu'.ii,.   '���������:.-.   >���������!:--  ,'ii'k .'nd  in-, Wliito tain. 'ttnhi'-iii'Uiroil cK-iH-iiun;  Mi'H  Jlni'Vuy, I'jiintud h-utinii' vuill |Miiol  Vk'I'o.'IA  ��������� .M-M  I"  ���������III  Mi-. (���������'. -.tn Hilt .iritivii iri-|>ooii  Now PotntoftH. 171b for 50 cents  at Napier & lJiirtrid-*e.   o- -  ; ,, . . Irl.iiim: n! (he  mom*   niH;.n>  . -. i- .���������������������������   .-;.-,..-.' will  hi. idven   In   the  ( " ,, .....I      ,\i.    'I'l-.tiri'-iii* v  'ft,-      1.   ,- ',-. v.-  COAL MINIM KBOULcVriON ACT.  NOTICE   Of   EXAMINATIONS.  NOTIOR IS HKUKUY QIVKN, that  B-dtiuunitintu will be liul.l fur tied u.itl  !lr i Chum Cert liu.tos of Competuimv under  th������ Provn-i.-in of iht* " Con) Minos Itegultt-  tion Act "on the )(Mi and 20^b duyH of  July, 100A, t-nimnonoing Ht tho hour of 0.30  o'clock in thu rVironoon,  L'ho Kxaniiuiitiona wil) be held at Fi'rnio,  K'.nioiiiu ami Ciiiiili.rliiiiil,  The ���������ubJ.'ciM nill b<* us folbw������( ���������  Skcusd Vij.ki Canihiiatk������.  Mtiiinu Act und Hpooiul Hulei.  Mine OitHHiig  Vtutilitinii.  (k'no-al Work,  T<l,������t,/<'*,.V,M<.'AKptlMTK.1  Mniii.i' Aft Jiut. .i|H'oi.i,t luuf������.  House Lining and  Cheap John's.  Wall   Paper   at  Ladies Summer Underwear, in  Silk Lisle, Bull-rigg-in And fancy  cotton Largo assortment At the Big:  Store,  A 3j\r-ait������3i Gurefor  Pilet.  Itching, Mind, Blooding or Protruding  P I---I, PrtiggiHU refund money if PAZO  OIN I'MKNT fail* to oure any oaie, no mat  tor of It-iw l.i.i* Nt'iii-lmg, in 0 tu 14 day a,  F.rat itpoliciJii... g. w������.i- e^ao and icat. 600.  If youi' liiiiut-'Ht h Mu'titiend SOo initampi  and it will ho torwviilod post-paid by ParU  Melt niu On,, S'   Iviuii, Mo,   It.  .1  . I  i Mini'. ��������� .i,i 111'  lets, r-yim,  ,.-    ii  r,>i',.'-'iH,  ,  ,   -.   (.J.   sc  ������- vV<*������*"  , .vhu'll  At  I d U l ll-h liDlVLt.  Hill link's  pr-i-luc' is'.:l.aii'������|>i������'������p,"-������i,,,:,ft";l  tor ihe uerHiiioii) bt wt-di'iujt iu;-iy  drovt* to ������������������Syriru.'a Oi-Maj-n", il������-  bridJH y,iiii'uud uvu^*, xn-.t.  the b n-i'nl and ar*b,;ic l!������ral d������������t*  ������r.vtionH hnd I cm - ^ ������������������' ��������� ������������������; >������/  -.,, ,.:i V"- V"' IW'Y-    A ������������������������������������ii-.-chM  i . i.. [ .,'.,-, ��������� .in sun Wit*4 I'liiuy-ul,  V.i. --..in- J-Jv ."aa('ii-'M> <'in**'i.il.������x  whiteaii-liiii'-* p������m**������i������i������-I inajil������-uiMir  fern. Mr nivi Mr*- iWy-icu \d'. li.-  day fur a '������������������Hiircly hoiicymiKm  f-jjit. to Kl William, by rai!f thiuce  ,...d j>- . pets; Mr ulnl Ml* I. I-   j  pui'.HiK jut; M'1-.t.   (.ml ; i * hiirueu,  .if-  |t   IIV.M   ���������ll'"       >l  ; ., ! -,', ttuil. k u  |     iu.il   ��������� l!    111   >'t-|J  ,   |:cj (.V.-Uio'iiili  htl.u. .tu.) ij.i  I     (���������',-.- 'UM',      Sll'.'.-.r  M.W.WO.  Ji-i'.i;;..'  .     IVili.   \l ���������-  .*U>1     ...  ! Mr **.d ������'*������ Kirk,  (   JUiU    V'..  :.<���������',!.     ������'-��������� ������������������"-.{    M'"   '���������'���������������    Ml"   ''���������  U,.u������su.ui', ������ v-vf t n n-irvi'-e; ������'" ������������������ *-l M 4  U'tbin t'T^utiir, Sil������*>'j- |������������,nMtr cm tots;  uii-. Iliiniitit.ir tri.l w������ Hrntnln.V. Hmb.int-  er������������i}M." ***d Mrs Uur-.'U|<l'������uh ���������������< ol 3 ������jliv������  dlinos  i��������� m-.i,,iit'f of iho Epw.trlh  L.-'itt*u*- tor mt* <<-���������*���������.��������� "* ������������������*��������� i-ini'i'''  Hi-liDoJ.   No a������lroi������t*on feo will  bo  *���������-������-,���������.- t:.������jH. i.wi Mm j     },\ri\ u, McLean has been con������  vi,-,   Sir   it  and  Lviy  , (.( (_ {   ?/( ^   rf)t,m f���������r   a   f���������w   (]rtyB  KlJ,;,^^!.^M1!|,.' ,!���������"' i *���������'������������������ ������ thrertt������.ne<I ..Muck of .if.|ien-  ^eeumdxalie,-. ma \ dicius.    lHiring  III- iUm-n   Mr   K.  H tm- tv ha* attended to the ollice  I J  > thli lee.  It-v Mr  M:IjkkI <>f Vancouver  I eonducteti   V>ivUm Swvicc iu J3t.  (L.tt^es Preibytrrifin Ohuech  on  uiuli- to thi* ������*><'< r-  Uiiir trumtory  f������".  /% "jj ^> t i < c������ t.', > > 1   -*   I'.U-  Bimii-..  act- 'njj.t  ���������' d   .  UM   lull l������*l"  i'y an ttj-phwu.r, f.n .���������"noond CJIas-n Kxaiu-  UlrtUllll, *l;..,   ���������.,'  My mt appliia-mit i������r 1'! ird CLa4 Kn tm-  ii'iiiioo, *;.*> 00  The a|'p!iuitii>uti .mut In. aogonpinifiil by  Tt--|timoiiiaU or   C'l.till'd   oopm,   ilt..u*������l,  (A)   J'n t'lindida't! fni tfi'c.uHl <:h������t������,   that  he haa had at lt*a*t livu y������������ra i*xpt-ii������t.o ��������� in  or abiittt Uii' wruo i-i il w.if^'.t.^   i.f  it,   C-nl  Mme,   (H)   U a C*t.d������il������t������ f.n Third Cia-������,  that lip b*������.-i l������.td .*,'. L..'t Ui.' c j t ir*.  t xy-n  rucfl it. orabuut, tho prac,..������i Wxtkin^  ul a  C al Mto������.  ������Y OUDKR OF TUB BOA.RO  Jui..- 14 n 1'.'->.'.  PftAsru H itHRPiiKMit, Srowtary  Nauatmo H,V,  \  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Ohoir-.pst Meats  Supplied at Lowttat Market Prion  Vegetables  A  Great Variety will  alwaya b*  in atouk i  alio a aupply of  Fresh Fish  will lw nn Sale every Wednesday  ���������       o- ��������� " ���������  Your patronage ia cotdially Invited, and  alt order* will be promptly delivered.  J.McPhee&Son  rKOPittaTORS,


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