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 s  THIRTEENTH   VEAR.  CUMBERLAND,   B. C. WEDNESDAY    JUNE   27   iqo6  'ntnaajm  t  I  Partjc UI ar Peo p I-������ should   knew   that >G rocojies  sold  At The BIG STOKE  are guaranteed to he the very hest food  products obiaiii.ahle,  Our store is loaded down with good   t-hirigs   1,0 >.*tt, Vinotit  everything to satisfy the inner man.  We have some convincing arguments in  ilvo way   of  high  grade food stuffs AT THE RIGHT PRICK. '������������������������'..  Send US a trial Ordef and yoy will a#ree wit,h  hundredH of others that the BIG -STORE is the best place to  buy your  ���������GROCERIES WPUE5-'  Everybody want<* eood  :ruit:andinihi8 re^iectouf  stock will be* found complete during the coming  season.  Strawberries  now coming in,.  Cfownand Masons Fruit Jars  iu all sizes at lowesst pr-ic s  SIMON LEISER & Go hd  Cumberland B.C  f^nrmi      1111   ium  ^."���������"���������1  Death of Mrs  Urquhart  The death occuced at Courtenay  on Wednesday last, of the widowed  mother of Mesa���������  Ale***   and   John  Urquhart of thit place at ihe ripe  old age of 85.   The deceased was a  native of Jnvernes*-. .Scotland.,   and  .canoe to B. C on the   maiden   .trip  of! he Str.   Wellington,   about   23  years ago,   She le.a-v.es three sons.  Mr Alex Urquhart one of the dis-  tricts-most successful and .progress  dve farmers, and Messrs Sokn  and  Haro-ld CJir-quha-r^ and one daughter in Scot loud. 'Cnpt. ID. Urquhart  another son,, died in Victoria som-d"  years    ago,   and   Wm  ; ���������O'.yjuhar.t  another eon, twas drowned while log-  g'iu: in    the   Cuur.enihy   -river  dn  early days.   M.r* Fletcher of -Court-  enay-i>"'a grand d-uurhter and  was  livi-n-i with tht-.fi;.*! lady at the time  of her .lentil"..   The   deceased   .was  he].'] in burn ePt>et-m by all who Mew  he,r, the Jarise (oho..ing at the i'ujo  itjI nt Sand wick   n Saturday feting  proof  of    this      The    pallbejarrre, j  being Mo sis # Mim.deiil, J. Masso*}. |j  TCairn**. W. A   .Via-" thf-wson,  Jos.  M'-.P.'.e.-", W H -Kubo���������Rey Air.M*n-  ziea-ou.4-tec*ting t-lie --envices.  The Sports Committee are pushing i.#ajrs to nn.k<* th<y J)..minim?  J)ay Celeb���������tion a success. Mr G.  W Clinton has arranged I'or a train  ���������jfroni JJiiio-tt. Wiiarl, by which   thc  people cl that place may .'.each Cum  her land Wji.h iui cost,     TJje p������ro*.'  rainrne is aj-pended.at prepent ,un-'  revis*-d,.   The.official U-it "ivilJ'he i-  s,ued hefnn. the .2nd.   *. *. -  FROGhK/jAL^dj^EI  r  vGun $lub .Snoot* {to take place TuoF.dav ,3rd, at J o'clock)  {Foot'JJa-ll, Camp vs Town, 20yeaj> and uuder,   ,  Piretneitfl W,e4. Test,    .-���������'..  jl p-m   Boys Baseball Match, utt-der 16,  jb'ooL IJace, 75 yards, Biys under 15 year--,  Foot Race, 7"> vaids, -Girls, unper, 15 years,  pool Race, 50 yard���������-',, Boys, under 15years,  ;Sack Race, 5,U yard is Boys, under 1*3 years,  Foot Jta.ce, 5(1 yards, Boys ufiW 10yearn,  Foot li������,ce, ,5U yards, G.rl", under 10 yean*,  Foot fitice, 10,0 yd dash, Mens',  Foe Vaulting.,  Foot Race, 4 laps. M<ens.  Foot Knee, 1 lnp, W..-0.������!r.. employees,  ������Foot Hu.ce, 3 legged, fye'*?,,  X)ld Mans Ra,oo, &0 yo&rs,  Mens ftaup,.? ln-pB,  Chine, e KGotRH.ee, J0Q yards,  Japanese Footrace, J lap,  Italian Bowling Match,  Tug of War, 8 men, ,  Foot Ball Match. Married vs Single men,  #25 00  17 00  25 00  10 50  lsi<f2 2nd $100  )miH 2nd $100  1st #2 .'2nd..? 100  1st $2 2nd $100  *st ?1 2nd 75c 3rd 50c  Jet #5 2nd $2 50  1st #5 2nd $2 50:|  1st $7 2nd $5 00  1st #7 Und $6 00  1st $5 2nd $3 00  Js<#;*J 2nd $200  1st $5 2nd M TO  3L**t#S gutli-i CO j  J8tf8 2nd $2 001  $10 00  $24 00  $2200  MASONIC FUNERAL  A noted Chinese Freemason Lim  Qn,e 1-Ji.ng. lies in stale in China-  :owu iiHie awaiting burial, which  ������������������.eremany m\j tajke place next Sun  day. and wi|U be attended qy mem---"  1-herB- or t be=c ra^rfrmtrVufnTFia ~ancl=  Vancouv/r. JB.-nwJs have been engaged, and'the oiH.,quies are expect-  "d to lie vny ii������*-revive, t-lM-d---*eae  ���������^d being of y.riy high ������iiWjiM|r jn ,{  t he order.  LAND SEES  ���������cupied.bv mileage figures. iBepidea  being useiful, these a?,xko capital ad-  vertifliriente., and wath that sol>eme.  and thi. ad carried in the "News'"  theliruiBgood*" and prices wiU be  ���������known far and wide.  A workman .emphwed at the .new  .waterworks dam sustained a fall  frOm the to,p of the st-r.ucture., .d<rop  pjng about20 ft and fuJling aerobe  a log at the bottom, He was  brought down la?t Friday and  placed in the hospital.,-'he is badly  ibruised, bat is doing fairly well.  Miss .Norna Gasteig**r axrived in  town Jast week and -has been exhib-  tdni^iat iPeacey-s .dnug ������'ore, her  wealth ol hea.utifial hair t������> tihe w.������n-  deri;ng public Jt is needless to Pay  that tlie 7'Sutherland Sisters Jiair  Tonic ha.s -had a large sale liita con--  sequence.  Comp]a-Lots.abo,ut cows ^unni-ng  loose at .nigbts'wit-h the ���������igsmal bell!  accoQipanimeri-t have heen made so  frequeuily off late., that Mayor Wil  lard has found it neeessar-y to iseue  a notice to all who thus disregard  the by-law.  Horses running at large are proving a great annoyance a^oiit tlie  h-K-jntal. A few ni-ibAs ago a band  which ha*/e made ?bei<r stamping  ground in that vicinity, got to fight  ing-close to the building, and besides jumping over into the little  gard.-n, one of the animals kioked  against the building so hard and  so noisily that a lady patient  was  Ihe Magnet Cash Store  ���������'r.j$������'i--        I  > -  *. -J.>!V.'-   > L  h  Claje Inspection  uf our Wall Pipers reveals their  ���������greatfiUipenurity. Our New Papers  are sinapJy the perfection otf ,e*cel'-  ience���������also that otw  190.6 fistog TafikiB  ���������is the best..  T. E- BATE  'PL  Tho Unllings property at Comox  Brty h.t8 been secured by Mrs R.  Vans of ij*ii* p|,i0l. j,er tpnder b,e ng  the Idgh'eat, Thn -plnce ^onuinu  Whom tl������0 iicres. Mr H \\w ��������� has  ���������puieMrti-ed pan of the Catholic  chiiLcl) property. n,ear tin' \hxy, the  price paid being v.erv good Mr C.  H. B Potts lui.dled tlie JioJli^s;  property for tlie estate.  ���������V^^ff  SMOKING CONCERT  The concert got up by the Pum*  hrlandJUhe Club Monday evening  for the benefit of Mr J. liowull wuh  well attended, and a good program-  tno mixed in with the fumei-of good  tobuccu and a drop of aomething  good, made a very pleasant evening for everyone present. The  wresiling-Dout'ti were highly appreciated, and the various othtr num ���������  hern were Joudly appiauuoa. am  audien-yB dMrijig tfie ^yening, wllad  for Mr McNatight whose name was  not on the programme, to favour  mith naonff. he at on������-e obliged. and  friiH encored.  Following is the programme.  Selection by band  Qunrtett. Glee Club  Hong, 0 Sea grave  Instrumental, Mctiero Saycrs and  Winnlngham  Song, Mr Gibbons  Wrestling exhibition, A Thornton  ���������fc Robertfoo  Puot, MeMHrs Fochnor & Robertson  Song,F Ramsay  Quartott, GlcoClub  Cornet wlo, H Murdoch  Song, O H Fechner  Wrestlingexhihition, A Thomson^-  F Bates  Duett, Mossrs Hutchinson & Robertson  Song, (by request) J Mcttaught  "'mi    0 im  Vancouver 20-Wm Shearer who I  NOTICE  Person? are hereby notified that  the provi-i.iii-' ,,f the cow by law  must be ulHurvi'd y^pcially rtgard-  ing contiiiiiin 1 In- uniiualii and removing I't'lJsai night or proceedings will be taken against the  owners*  Ho/HMSare included.  W Wiilard, Mayor  Local and   Personal  Mm 4. M Ni vou presented the  happy fati er with a line boy on  NiiiwJ-.y miirnin-/,    loth are doing  WI'll.  A Cliiiiani-.ii'-nip! yed at No 7  wiif. 1 brown ..ff ti,,. !!��������� Nile last week,  He ivtiH endeav.iiing to  lover  the  !  I* seriously alarme.4~aiv<i 4angeroualy  excited by the commotion,  Miss Belfry, of Vancouver, hap'  lately assumed tne operatorsseat in  t-he telegraph offife, we trumt .she  will find the po?t one to her liking  Miss Sarah Horbury, who so long  occupied the pupiilm,, hap our well  wishes for her future upi������n retirement and oyr thunkn for conscientious and satisfactory nervice,  Two ���������blazing hot days on S-at**r-  day and Sunday wer^ succeeded by  a showei of rain and coolness again  on Monday. Summer is having a  hard light for a living this year.  Benevolence Lodge N������.14K of  P, attended divine ������ervice* on Sunday evening at Grace Methodist  Church. The Knights made a fine  .appen ranee.  Cumberland Woodmen ol iho  World observed JJi-corun-in Day  hjst Sunday. Brother Louis Mar-  rochi's grave was duly deuorgt������dv  lie being the only member of iS+e  Order buried here. The members  marched from thoir Hall lo the cemetery, U-V) band in attendance, and  j,ificr ilwceremony theno, iced drinks  mim disponed, which warn highly  appreciated owing to t-U* heat of the  day.  Mr Lidstone nnd family are making preparation- to movn into thoir  sum wit re*idonce at Limburg's  beach.  Mrs K. Whyte accompanied hy  her daughter .Mrs I) Stevenson and  Miss Inn Whyto, left last Wr-dnes*  day on a trip lb Connecticut,  Mir-s  Notice of Dissolution  NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that  tihe partnership heretofor "subsisting be^  tween us.,.the un-leJsignedas Hotel keepi-  e,rs^ in the Guy of Cuinberlaod,, has been  ifhis day dissolved hy ninituil <3<������nseni, all  debis owtng to the t"*id .partnership are  to be paid iO:E'izabet*h Dwyer and aB  cLiins.a^Rimst t*"se said, partnership are  to be pre^eoitied to Eiiz ibeth Dwyeir, by  whom the'<*an*e will be settled  Idatt-d hi Cumberland, this   <f5ftfc   day  i_afJiune.A-U_i9o6-T-^��������������������������� ������������������������������������-  1   . THOS TAYLOR  ELIZABWW&WYER  Witr.ea:���������Geo ti^ou  M SALE  rope over 1 lie piiib-y neur tho brow,    ���������.   ..-..,..     ,  .,..r���������  uu the tent-ion being  strong,   tho    Jna will also visit for a  month  at    _  II ��������� t\ Wa  Aim Uuu ou into * boat tiit-u imo  h  acho-mer in Knglish Bay from thero  his kidnapper*" and himself sailni  for Everett, two days Inter Sh<*ar������r  escaped He waa formerly a de-  teotiveand 6 years aifo asaisti-d in  rope ran un the I. v������<r,   and   ������wf>n'  disappwarod a wooV ago from horo iv I the, mnn off hi- f.....      Vf������> ft.]| nriout  back, ho was Induced by means of a j 20 f.ei nm...g ������m������ iovk* and other  noto to go to Cambie street  bridge, deb. j* ���������,���������J. r tha u^tfe, and w������ j  Ihore ho was  pinned  and   gii-ig.'d   at IUa huuittn to he Periounlv in.  JU>ei������. rt lnw day- .11 u.o |io pitai  h'W.-ver, set .im .. rights again.  Old "H-ifM- caV\ nt* b������' was culled,  is an oid iiuor ..ml well iiJced hy  all who know him.  Hem*   Riggs &   Whyte have  the capture of Sherman a smu^kr j ,dopt(,ri a n���������w, m" V(,r(imif, wh^  at Furnas. Sherman ewore he wo������^jThfy have |lI-Med ���������,.���������       ,  RtM.even.ytrt  and   ww  J^der io   the wed   sid,   between   here  ami  ps/������y which carrMoBtWduappirg  Cajjrtenay, ahiehliear the  firm'.  9n* * |!fffrtiiir������i������f������t on iho oh\on   pnl   oc-  Konor-' i'a s.  A daughter wai hor it 0 Mr-' H"  ilcln'yrw nee Walker near Konlun  r-sctiitly,  Mr Fred Nunns in" acting Ci'y  Clerk in iihi-eeuce of Ins hi other,  (lis too bid that Kditor School  inaHter BnleH was overlooked, ho is  tho popular olijoe seeker nowadays.  Tto-staek, -fixtureR anci g0od wild  of the Vend,<"me H- .���������<��������� ^.l^rland,,  VUII filmed rtwiia, u> I a goo|  bar trade, whieh <is������i be hlkown te  tlie f-fltNfaWjptt of pu r^aser. A  ���������krge au Wl>&Miquors, etc, on hani  UtKxd reasons for selling. Apply 0*  ���������preuiises.  C.GANNER  OFFICIAL ADMIN 1STKATOK-S  NOTICE.  Jn die Couniy Court of Nanaimo  hoitien at Cumberland, In the  matter of the Estate of Edwari  JioHin^s deceased and in the mat-  ter of (fee pfiScjal Adminisirators'  Act, IJ mod ������6teV day of May, A n  Upon reading the affidavits of Ralph  K. Wilcox and C. H. IJeeyi*r I'otu., it is  ordered ihu William Wesley Wiilard.,  Al)w^J ���������v.'imiiiUiratnr, fur pivt of the  ���������CwM"/ iGouri Uisnict of N'lnaiow -chaM  be Administratni- ot all and &ii*ij-ui.'ir the  goods, chattels at������l credits of Edware*  pollings dccciiscl mtesta'.c and thai  this order is published in the Cumberland News newsj).[ier for one insertion.  H������d, K. 1IAHUI80N, Oo.Or.J.  DOMINION DAY  ���������������������������i.���������,.���������, m���������m~* .K������ ���������    I q *S*ISSS*MSi  Grand  Celebration  CVMBERUANO     B. C.  -July 1r������H, lorv*.  BAHKUAIX  FOOTRACES  FOOTBALL  -������������������-  FOR SALE  Ladiit"Empire' Bicycle,Coaster  brake, good as neot.    Regular i'rict'  $.f������0 00 now $8Q.oo  Af)pl> Cumberland News  tbli U> AAU  !������UTTJN(i H[|OT  THKOWINW HAMMER  HASTE AT XI'WT  fig Prizes Plenty of Fun  ProgrnmmsH Untsjr.  ���������I1*!*I"H tt-tW *;i-i Si-i ieiiy$ > -:i.X>   V*'   ���������"'"  I   ���������  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  iimiiiHiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiji  EBEN HOLDEN  By IRVING BACHELLER  1900.   by    LOTHROP  (Continued irom last wee  k.)  'XrtK*.  ������������������*-,?aaf," lie salct a?* tie eoli'ti'nucd  counting, "1 guess you've enrntit already. Yo'vo studied hard an' tuk tirst  honors, an' yer goin' whore folks aro  purty middliu' i������roud an' haughty. I  want ye t' be a rog'lar liiy.ii stepper,  with a nice, sleek coat. There," be  whispered as lie handed me the money, "'take thet, an' don' ye never tell 'at  1 gi'u it t' ye."  I could not speak for a little while as  I took tho money for thinking of the  many, many things this grand old  man had done for me.  "Do ye think these boots '11 do?" he  asked as he held up to the light the  pair he had taken off in the evening.  ���������'iT-tos***look all right," I said.  "Ain't got no decent squeak t' 'em  now,  an' they  seem  t'  look  kind o*"  clumsy.   How're your'n?" he asked.,,   ,  I got them out from under the pt0i$?  and we inspected them carefully,''deckling  in   the end  they .w.ould^pass  muster.  The steward had made up our berths,  when he came, and lit our room for us.  Our feverish discussion of attire had  carried us far past midnight, when we  decided to go to bed.  "S'pose we mustn't talk t' no strangers there 'n New York," said Uncle  Kb as ho lay down. "I've read 'n the  Tribune how they'll purtond t' be  friends an' then grab yer money an' run  like Sam Hill. If I meet any o' them  fellers they're goin' t' find me purty  middlin' ooor comp'nv."  We were up and ou deck at daylight,  viewing the Palisades. The lonely feeling of an alien hushed us into silence  as we came to the noisy and thicken-  -i -ug-r-i-ve-r-er-a fl-at-the-uppe.i-eud-of-the-  city. Countless window panes were  shining in the morning sunlight. This  thought was in my miud���������that somewhere in the innumerable host on either side was the one dearer to me  than any other. \Ye inquired our way  at the dock and walked to French's hotel, on Printing House square. After  breakfast ..we went and ordered all the  grand new things we had planned to  get. They would not be ready for two  days, and after talking it over we decided to go and make a short call.  Hope, who had been up aiid looking  for us a long time, gave'us a greeting  ko hearty we began to get the llrst  feeling of comfort since landing. Sho  was put out about our having had  breakfast, I remember, and said wo  nniKt: have our things brought there at  once.  "I shall havo to stay at tho hotel  nwliile," I said, thinking of the new  clothes.  "Why," snid Mrs. Fuller, "this girl  has been busy a week fixing your  rooms and planning for you. Wo could,  not hour of your going elsewhere.. It  would bo downright Ingratitudo to  her."  A glow of red came Into the cheeks  of Hope that made me ashamed of my  remark, I thought she looked lovelier  in her. pretty blue morning gown, covering a broad expanse of crinoline,  thnn ever before.  "And you've both got to como ond  lienr me King tonight at the church,"  miul nho, "I wouldn't have agreed to  tslng If I had not thought you were to  bu here."  Wo made ourselves at home, na wo  wore most happy to do, and that afternoon I went downtown to present to  Mr. Greeley the letter that David  Urower had given mo.  ���������his genial views ol me ami government, his hopes, his fears, his mighty  wrath at tlie prospering of cruelty and  injustice.  '"I would like to see Mr. Horace  Greeley," I said rather timidly at the  counter.  "Walk right up those stairs and turn  to the left," said a clerk as he opened  a gate for me.  Ascending, I met a big man coming  down hurriedly and with heavy steps.  We stood dodging each other a ,.u5o-         C1IA1TKH XIX.  ftklf 1 CAME down Nrondwny thnt  |j������[|I J afternoon aboard a bltf whlto  RSSjgl omnibus tliat drifted slowly  laCWgl iu a tldo of many vehicles.  Those days there woro a goodly show  of trees on cither side of that thorough*  fare-elms, with hero and there a willow, a sumach or a mountain iihIi. Tlio  walks wero thronged with hnndsomo  people-dandle**  with  high  hats  and  flmititlrif* n<v.l-*.r>.i nrwl ......������������....* m<h>".  beautiful women, oiiol. oovovbi-r ������  broad circumference of tho pavement,  with a cone of crinoline that swayed  over dainty foot. From Oraeo church  down It wns imtelt of tho same thing  n-f.  toil  ti,,, in,   ..   ... ..,.  ,.....,.,, 1   .!-,.   I-,"..    ���������       ���������.  line. Many of the great building,-, ut  whlto and red saiidntoiii', had then appeared, but tin' Htreot waa largely In  the possession of finii.il shops���������oyster  houses, bookstore* und the like.  Not until I tn-urod the snored templo  of the Tribune ���������! <t I fed a proper wnso  of my own llH!'->ii'������o- Tbere ���������c.'h i!m������  fountain of fill that wisdom which had  been read aloud nnd hoard with rover-  ciico in our household since a time I  (iiuld but dimly remember. There nut  the proD'sft who had given ys so tpu<j)  "Younn man, lake your choice!"  ment with tliat unfortunate'co-ordination of purpose men sometimes encounter when passing each other. Suddenly  the-big-man-stopped-in-the--middle-of-  the stairway and held both of hia  hands above his head,  .'"In God's name, young man," said  he, "take your choice!"  He spoke in a high, squeaky voice  that cut me with the sharpness of its  ���������Irritation. I went ou past him and entered an open door hear the top of the  stairway.  "Is Mr. Horace Greeley in?" I inquired of a young man who sat reading papers.  "Back soon," said he without looklug  up.  "Take a chair."  In a little while I heard the same  heavy foot ascending tho stairway two  steps at a time. Then tho man I had  met came hurriedly Into the room.  "This Is Mr, Greeley," said tho young  mnn who was reading.  Tho n'ont editor turned and looked  at mo through gold rimmed spectacles.  I gave him my letter out of a trembling hand. lie removed It. from tho  onvelopo and hold it oloso to his big.  .kindly, smooth shaven face. There  was a fringe of silky, silver hair,  streaked with yellow, about tho lower  ���������part of his head from tomplo to temple. It also encircled bis throat from  under his collar. Ills cheeks were full  and fair ns a lady's, with rosy spots In  them, and a fow freckles nbout his  noso. Ho laughed as he fliilfliod road-  lug the Icf-'.r.  "Aro you Dnvo Brewer's boy ?" bo  asked In a drawling falsetto, looking ut  ine 3Ut of gray eyes and mulling with  good humor.  "By adoption," I answered.  "IIo was an almighty good rasslor,"  ho said deliberately as ho looked again  at the letter.  "What do you want to doV" ho linked  abruptly.  "Want to work on the Tribune," I  answered.  "Good Lord!" he said. "I can't hire  everybody.  1 tried to think of soino nrgumont,  but v'uit with looking at the groat  man boforo ino nnd answering his  questions and maintaining a decent  show of dignity I had enough to do.  "Do you road tho Tribune?" ho  asked.  "Head It ever since I cau remain*  bor."  "Wlint do you think of tho administration: '  ' Lul oC duUfci. i'.n i-.-.," I it U-* tiered,  smiling, an 1 saw ho recognized his  own phrase. IIo *xt a moment tapping  the desk with his penholder,  "There's so luany liars here In New  "tors.," ho snub '"iiierw ought to be room  for an honest man. How aro tlio  crops?"  "Fnir," t answered. "Itlg crop of  boys every year."  "And now you're trying to find a  lV.lU-t.ct."  he jv!tl:������.r:.-"l.  "Want to have you try thoin." I an-  SV.'K >1,  "Well," said he vory seriously, turning to liU ik'-k, that came up to Ills  chin as lie sat in h'.Io It. "go and wrlto  ino an nrtlele about rats."  . "W-������uM v������u nJvu������'��������� I started to  say, when he Interrupted me.  "The man that gives advice is a bigger fool than the man that takes it,"  he fleered impatiently. "Go and do  your best." ���������  Before he had given me this injunction he had dipped his pen and begun  to write hurriedly. If I' had known  him longer I should have known that  while he had been talking to me that  tireless mind of his had summoned  him to its service. I went out iu high  spirits and sat down a moment on one  of the benches in the little park near  by to think it all over. He was going  to mcasure'-my judgment, my skill as  a writer, my resources. "Rats," I said  to myself thoughtfully. I had read  much about them. They infested the  ships, they overran tho wharfs, they  traversed the sewers. Au inspiration  came to me. 1 started for tho water  front, asking my way every block or  two. Near the East river I met a policeman���������a big, husky, good hearted  Irishman.  "Can you tell me," I said, "who can  give me information about rats?"  "Hats?" he repeated. "What d' ye  ���������wan' t' know about thim?"  "Everything," I said. "They've just  given me a job on the New York Tribune," I added proudly.  He smiled good naturedly. He had  looked through me at a glance.  "Just say 'Tribune,'" he said. "Ye  don't have t' say 'New York Tribune'  here. Come along wi' me."  He took me to a dozen or more of the  dock masters. ,  "Give 'im a lift, my hearty," he said  to the first of them. "He's a green  hand."  I have never forgotten the kindness  of tliat Irishman, whom I came to  know well in good time. Remembering  that day and others, I always greeted  him with a hearty "God bless-the  Irish!" every time I passed him, and  he would answer, "Amen, an* save yer  riverince."  He did not leave me until I was on  my way home loaded with fact and  fable and good dialect with a savor of  the sea in it.  Hope and Uncle Eb were sitting together in his room when I returned.  "Guess I've got a job," I said, trying to be very cool about it.  "A job!" said Hope eagerly as she  rose.   "Where?"  "With Mr. Horace Greeley,-", I an-  "Swered7~Tny~Toice~betraying���������my~"exs"  citement.  "Jerusalem!" said Uncle Eb., "Is it  possible?"  "That's grand!" said Hope. "Tell  ns about it."  Then I told them of my interview  with the great editor and of what I  had done since.  ''Ye done wonderful!" said Uncle Eb,  and Hope showed quite as much pleasure in her own sweet way.  I was for going to my room and be-  ginning to write at once, but Hopo  said it was time to bo getting ready  for dinner.  When wo came down nt half after 8  we were presented to our host and the  guests of the evening���������hnndsomo men  nnd women In full dress���������nnd y*oung  Mr. Livingstone was among them. I  felt rather cheap In my frock coat, although I had thought it grnnd enough  for anybody on tho day of my graduation. Dinner announced, the gentlemen rose nnd offered oscort to tho ladies, nnd Hope nnd Mrs, Fuller relieved our embarrassment by conducting  us to our sents���������women nro so deft in  thoso little difficulties.  (To bo Continued,)  BRITISH LABOR PARTY  DIVIDED INTO FOUR SECTIONS IN  THE NEW PARLIAMENT.  Most Important Is the Labor Representation   Committee   Section,   Which  Numbers 29 Members���������Form tn Exclusive Party In the House and Will \ committee, and are thus nominally out  Decide Upon  Its  Own  Policy ��������� A  jaeSsfs. Jt-ercy Aiaen, *-. MaaaTSOn.  Nicholls, J. Rowlands, and W. P.  Byles. These may be called the "freo  lances" of the Labor party, bound by  no allegiance to group or federation,  ready to support or abstain as their  conscience dictates. And in the same  category must be included the Right  Hon. John Burns.  Lastly are four Labor Independents;  Messrs. R. Bell (re-elected), W. C.  Steadman, J. Ward, and J. H. Wilson.  These have not chosen to sign the constitution   of  the  Labor  representative  side its pale. But they agree with the  policy promulgated by the trades union,  and the first three being strong members of the congress itself their claims  for recognition cannot be Ignored.  Yet they cannot stand aside, and it  Is more than likely some compromise  will be made! and though they will not  subscribe to the hard and fast rules  of the chief group, yet the benefit of  their wisdom will   not  be  lost  when  : the counsels of the Labor representa-  ! tive committee are begun.  |     Thus,  briefly,   the   position   of   tho  ! Labor parties In Parliament   may   be  | summarized.    It ls a new and untried  body-only    fifteen    Labor   members  ! were in the last Parliament���������and tha  eyes of all political England will bo  upon it.     ���������   ,  Algernon Charles Swinburne.  Algernon Charles Swinburne, the  poet, was born in London on April 5,  1837, being the eldest child of Admiral  Charles H. Swinburne, and a grandson  of the third Earl of Ashburnham. His  family has belonged for generations to  Northumberland. His early years Were  spent partly at Caphea'ton In that county and partly at Bonchurch in the Isle  of Wight. The poet was educated at  Eton and Balloil College, whither he  went In January, 1856, but he left the  university without taking a degree. His  pa7tyln"\h^Houserit"wm now "elect \ ^l-L^lL T^^T^. ^!  Its own chairman and whips, and decide its own policy.   Probably it may  on occasions open  its doors to those  members whose policy most nearly co-  Trades Union Program.  The L-abor party in the new British  Parliament is divided into four sections: (1) The Labor representation  committee members, who meet, at the  House of Commons; (2) tho miners'  members; (3jt"the Liberal-Labor members; and (4) a section which must be  classed as Labor Independents, says  The London Express.  By far the most important of these  four is the Labor representation committee section, which will be known officially as the "Labor party." \It numbers 29 members, which is practically  a majority of the whole Labor party.  Out of 59 candidates the following have  been returned: Messrs. J. Keir Hardly,  W. Crooks, D. J. Shackleton, and A.  Henderson (members of the last Parliament), G. N. Barnes, C. W. Bower-  man, R. Clynes, C. Duncan, A. H. GUI,  T. Glover, J. Hodge, W. Hudson, J.  Jenkins, If. W. Jowett, G. D. Kelly,  J. R. MacDonald, J. T. Macpherson, J.  O'Grady, J. Parker, T. P. Richards, G.  H. Roberts, J. Seddon, P. Snowdon, T.  Summerbell, W. Thome, S. Walsh, G.  J. Wardle, A. Wllkie and W. T. Wilson.  These members are pledged by the  constitution of the Labor representation  committee  to  form  an  exclusive  inoides with Its own, and thus strength  en its action by increasing the unity in1  the party. What its exact program will  be is still doubtful; the meetings shortly to be held will decide that. But  those members who are trade unionists  and whose candidature has been endorsed by the Parliamentary committee  of the trades union congress, have certainly a well-defined basis to work upon.  Trade Union Program.  To a great extent this trade union  ^program���������will���������form���������the���������policy���������of~the-  party, as it includes all the vital measures for which Labor has been clamoring, though probably some extensions  of it will have to be made to meet the  needs of the strong Socialist element  end the leaders of the group.  To the trade unionist section of the  Labor representation committee the  trades disputes bill and the workmen's  compensation act amendment are all  In all. and mean much more than the  questions which aro made the chief  planks in other party programs,  No doubt the coming conference will  see an amalgamation of programs; the  Labor   representation   committee,  memorable from the fact that he there  became acquainted with Dante Gabriel  Rossetti, William Morris, and Edward  Burne-Jones, men who were destined  to leave so emphatic a mark upon the  art and literature of their generation.  As one of the wonderful circle that  formed around the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood the poet lived in London, and  even shared for awhile with the Rossetti brothers a house in Cheyne-walk,  Chelsea. Later he had chambers in  Great James street and Guilford street,  Bloomsbury, but a quarter of a century ago, with his friend Mr. Theodore Watts (now Watts-Dunton), he  removed to The Pines, on the edge of  Wimbledon   common,   and   there   the  j poet,������"sTigHt~figure h^s^oi*ig~b~eenrfam-  | lliar to those who dwell In the nelgti-  j borhood, while zealous admirers of his  : poetry ��������� healthy    hero-worshipipers���������-  have wandered about the common near  the house in the hope of getting    a  glimpse of the writer who by general  consent ls the chief living representative of English poetry.  Our Yankee Cousin Abroad.  Grace George, recently returned from  England, tells of a great blow to her  patriotic pride.    She was invited to a  dinner by Lady  , at a magnificent  ������jjg I mansion in Kensington, and was treat-  AN EMPEROR'S TASTE.  It Wn* tlio Ui'Iurl.t of it Common Saying   111   AllNtl'lll,  An anecdote which was current of  Ferdinand 1. of Austria nt ono tlmo  greatly delighted Ids subjects and gave  rlso to a common saying. One mini-  mor day ho wiih hunting In the Syrian  mountains and was overtaken by a  violent thunderstorm. Ho sought refuge In a farmhouse whoso occupants  woro just then at dinner, and his fan-  cy was caught by some smoking dumplings made of conrsu Hour. Ho tasted  thorn, liked them and asked for more,  and when ho got to Vienna, to tho horror of tho royal cooks, ho ordered tha  same dumplings to ho sorvod up dally.  Tha courtiers wore scandalized that  ���������ucb a coarso dish should tlguro on  tbo mouu, and even his physicians to-  tnonstratod against tho uao of such  food.  Tbe omporor had always been tbo  most pliant of men, but ho uow showed tbat be bad a will of his own and  persisted In gratifying bis now fancy.  Flnnlty tbo r.hyaM<MV" ������������������.r*%t"t>>i'*i*t ttv.'t  It wen dnntrerons to hi* lionlth to bt������  llvlnp on dumplings nnd InnlHtod on bis  giving them up. Tbo hitherto docile  sovereign stamped his foot and declared that he would uever sign anotb-  or   nOlf.lol   'J^'-'j.'jlOJ.'t   !f  !;!!)   '"!?*   were  denied blot.  "Kmperor I am," ho shouted, "and  dumplings I will haver-  To proront a stoppnge of the gotem*  mcut machinery oppoidtion was with*  drawn, and his majesty clunir tenaciously to hi* dumplings. Then tbe imperii! t phrnso bc-.-itii* provorbfnl, nnd  thereafter wheu any oue Insisted oa  ffrntlfylni*- a silly whim some one was  ���������uro to say:  "Emperor I tm, and dumpliogt I will  TMTe!"  Independent   Labor   party,   and   trade:  union congress declarations will all be'  thrown Into the melting pot, and thence- j  forth will come something which will  suit all parties,  Both tho, Labor representation committee and trade union congress are in  agreement.���������as naturally befits a child  and Its parent ��������� and the list of measures as given by tho Parliamentary  commlttoo of the latter Include the two  mentioned above, amendments to'tho  truck act, tho factory acts, unemployed  act, educaton act, abolition of Chinese  labor, extension of the housing of the  working classes act, adult suffrage, an  eight-hour working day, and reform of  somo municipal laws,  Miners and  Members.  Such  ls   tho  policy  of  tho  largest  section.   The minors aro In a different  category; for, while they aro strongly  trade unionist, thero ore among them  many who could safely sit on tho Liberal benches and not lose political coBte.  Inasmuch/ as thoy havo at the trado j  union congress supported many of thu,  resolutions brought forward, It Is pret-,  ty evident that thoir unionism will como '  first and their Liberalism last. I  Tho minors' momborB aro Messrs, W, I  Abraham, T. Burt, C. Fenwlok, F. Hall,'  J. Johnson, T. Richards, J. Wilson, W.  Brace, 13. Edwards, J. Hnslam, \V.  Johnson, J. Williams and J. Wadsworth,  thirteen In all, forming a very strong  representation of one particular industry.  In the manifesto issued by the executive committee before tho election tho  ���������votes of electors were asked for In  order that the Eight Hours Bill and  en amended mines bill might bo carried through the House, so that this  portion of the Lobar party must have  support for their particular measures  before thoy can work harmoniously  with the newly-ohrlstened Labor party.  Thero Is little doubt but that things  II hit nri"f������np������������r1 en-moHiln"  Iri'li'.n'l   *he  ed after dinner to some rare singing  by a celebrated vocalist. On tho veranda afterwards tho hostess brought  two young debutantes up to the well-  known actress and Introduced them.  ���������Tm Buro you will like each othet,  for thoy aro Americans, too, Miss  George," said the titled lady, as if that  settled the question of the mutual esteem of tho actress and the debutantos.  Miss George, wishing to bo cordial,  greeted them pleasantly and romarked,  with the Intention that tho hostess, as  well as tho girls, should hear her;  "Did you not enjoy tho beautiful  singing In tho dining hall? And the  acoustics were perfect, were thoy not?"  "Yos," said ono of the fellow Americans, with enthusiasm, "those acoustics  were the host I ever ate." ,  Not To Be Soared.  In an old-fashlonod churchyard In  Scotland a pile of skulls and bones had  been turned up in tho process of grave-  dlgglng.  Tho plowmen In a bothy near by offered tho "loon" Ave shillings to go ot  night and remove ono. Tho lad agreed  and started In tho dark.  An ambush had been laid to frighten him. As ho llftod ono skull *, hollow voice called;  "That's mine!"  "A' rlcht," said the lad, laying the  ghastly thing down to lift another.  Again camo from the darkness a voice:  "That's mine!"  '���������Qao awa*, yo haverln Idiot! Ye can-  na hao two skulls."���������Pearson's Weakly.  A Woman's Revenue,  4 traulf uti-iy uf feminine tvrenea  tome* from Vienna. Tin- Count ..nil  Oountess N'upodaim lived happily u-gpth-  ���������r until thu count fell in lovo wltb '.b������  dnuxbter of the local doctor, Cuu-i-tto  Devnjo hy namo, a cliiirnttnn yo.nu/ -th'l  of 18 -rears. Tho ai.tiil deni-rtiil Ids wits  snd eloped with Ciiiiwtto Devnlo,  Ths  I federation has announced that their I y*������������n^������" *jeMano obtained n illnirre  candidates were In full "accord with | ftwl- ,*������rr ������,"-���������"���������������������������������'-��������� **������������������������ ���������������"������ '"-"'f-i  the aspirations and needs of the lobor- Couwtto. livo yours laU-rC.ui.il .\������v  ing classes generally," and would "co- ?���������*"������ *���������*������������������������ Oouutes. Concetto mnrned  operate heartily with other Labor rep-! w ������"-",������K|>������!'-  roHcntatlves."  Ine Lite.-u-.be.  Thirdly, then, the Liberal-Lab������r  members, such as Messrs. Broadhurst,  W, Cremer, A. Richard-ion, H. Vivian,  who at some time or other have been  very actively engaged in trade union  work, or n ������w represent the work of  Labor In aiu-oclation. such as co-operation, es do������*s Mr. Vlvtan.  outside thitr. circle Is still annthT  which circumscribes men who are .*f  Libera! tendf-ncies who h*v* no trmV.  union backing, exoept at the pi������!!���������������,  but whose sympathies He with I.ab.r  ' and Its proposes.   In this t)'vi*lb������ i������-  Tbe former Countess Nspodnnn was  ' mw on hor denthl.i'il    Slio BMiit n n>....  ! sage to the Counte**- Concetto that ������d.s  would like to ������������-i< hor l-ef-ire sin* dl.nl  The couutoH*. 'viMhit.g to humor the  wUhe* of tho djina woman, wont to *���������������������������  tier. The invalid indun] her ��������������� *������*-������"i  sud kiss hor. A* the fresh young fi.it  of ber rlrs! enmr nonr hor own the dying  hiiiiihii rained li-'inir nnd by un olmost  ���������nperhntnan elfrni bit a pier* tb-nti ont  of Cow-eltij ��������� rbi-ok aud ninuJh, tun. fill  been dead with * mntenti-U smile oa  lur features. Cotwetto was df*8irnm|  for life, and her bnstmnd. the tlrale  eount, left ber for a mew U������te.���������Cinvi-s-  atti Eft*jolr*r. p  *v  THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  WESTERN  CANADIAN  EDITORS-SX  A Series of Articles Describ-  ������;     ing their Lives, their Aims  and their Influence.  >  q! O.    IV.    W 7 IN IN. }������  55  S. N. WYNN.  S. N. WYNN.  (Managing  A GAMPBELLTOWN  BUILDER SPEAKS  HE   FOUND   NOTHING  TO   EQUAL  DODD'S  KIDNEY   PILLS   FOR  THEY  CURED1 HIM OF  HIS  TROUouE.  Mr. W. H. Wallace is a Well Man Today, But he was Pretty Bad Before  he got Cured by Dodd's Kidney  Fills.  Campbelltown,'N.B.,April 23 (Special).���������-'"It wns cold started my trouble,"  says Mr. Wallace, of this place. "I  am -nr contractor and builder and my  work causes me to be out and exposed to all weathers so I suppose it  was in that way I got cold. Anyway  it settle:! in my kidneys and made me  pietty sick. 1 got Lumbago in the  back, cramp in the muscles, pains in  tne loins, shortness of breath, a dragging pain at the loins and my urine  was taiclc with' dark sediment. Then  1 knew the kidneys were to blame so  I took Dodd's Kidney Pills and they  soon put me in shape and cured me  so that I have had no trouble with  my kidneys since."  Yorkton  Editor    of    the  Enterprise,  Of a verity the Canadian West is the  .young man's country when the managing editor of a leading newspaper in  an important town, the   centre of   ai  prosperous district is not yet twenty- j  one years of age.   In truth, the young  man who holds such a responsible position competently, and to the    satis- I  faction of a largo list of subscribers,  must be beyond the ordinary in skill, i  .shrewdness,      business     ability,    and  knowledge of men and things.  Mr. S. N. Wynn, of "The Enterprise," a newspaper of more than  passing influence and typographical  ���������appearance, published iu the town of  Yorkton, in the newly, created Province of Saskatchewan, was born November 26, 1885, and although a few  months have yet to pass bof'ore he is  Jegally������������ojitiUcd_to_i:egisterT4us-^.vote  in public affairs, still he exercises con  -adorable voice in matters of general  interest in the Province and district  whore ho has made his home and place  ���������of business.  Ho is a native of the Province of  ���������Ontario, having beon born in the town  of Palmorston.  After obtaining'a good English education at the Public and High schools  of his .native provinco, he began tho  Srinting business sovon years ago as  oviiin the office of tho Tribune news-  .papor of Toronto Junction, where his  lather and family reside.  Tho young novitiate in the art preservative of arts quickly roalizod that  tho day of tho typesetting machine  had arrived in tho publishing business  ���������and ho took every available opportunity to become a skilled and export operator. Whon this was accomplished  ho looked beyond the comparatively  limited opportunities afforded a skilled  ���������operator of a typosotting machine in  tho printing office of an eastern Ontario newspaper and realized tho  ���������chances offered in a country where  lack of years was an advantage rathor  than a drawback, whoro more than  ���������anjwhore olso in tlio wide world was  recognized tho truth of tho saying  that youth must bo sorvod. And Mr.  Wynn camo to Western Canada. Two  .���������fears ago ho wont to Yorkton which  no shrewdly boliovod would givo lilm  an opportunity of ndvancomont beyond  thi manipulation of a typosotting machine.  A progrossivo town, tlio market*  placo of nn oxtomsivo and splendid agricultural district which was becoming  rapidly settled by ontorprising and in������  teflinjent farmers, Yorkton gave ovory  opportunity for tlio growth and ex-  pamion of a woll-coiiduotod local news-  fiapor, and for a largo and lucrative  so-printing business.  A year ago, one year nftor his connection with tho paper, Mr, Wynn was  appointed managing oditor of tlio  YtH'ton Enterpnso, which is considered ono of tlio most successful and  ono of the liveliest nowspnpers of  tho country press of tlio Canadian  "Weit, and hns slnco nddod 160 names  to the subscription list, which lias now  pamed tlio 1,000 mark and is still in-  crsaslng. Tho Yorkton Enterprise Is  not only a brightly writton weokly news-  papor covoring tho news of a woll-sot*  tied, prosperous district, but has in  connection with it a woll-oquipped job-  printing establishment whero, largely  through modorn   mncliinory and   tho  modern ideas of tho managing oditor,  -.t    '     ���������   -1 ��������� i ���������   ��������� ?  tl.IV1   i*   HiJ)u    w.u   I'.uv.aa.   i.tu.iufe,..!    vi  fill the drpnrtrrtf>r*t*i. the Id^nert. rlnns  work of a well-appointed provincial  printing offico is turned out to supply  the glowing neods of one of tho most  nregrossivo     sections     of     Western  ANOTHER NEW  WESTERN INDUSTRY  A 4,000 Barrel  Flour Mill  Just Com  pleted at St. Boniface,  Winnipeg.  The Western Canada Flour Mills  Co., Ltd., are justly proud of their  magnificent plant now rapidly approaching completion. The initial  capacity will be 4,000 bbls., and also  provision has been made for increasing to a large extent as their business expands. The mill and warehouse are of brick and concrete  while all interior work is of approved  mill construction of the latest design  i_ime and uiover.  Various explanations have been offered for the soil condition known as  "clover sickness," or the failure of  soils otherwise productive to produce  good crops of clover, and it is doubtless true that various causes do contribute to this result. But that in  many cases it may be due simply to  an acid condition of the soil, which  can be readily corrected by the judicious application of lime, is very  clearly shown in experiments recently  reported by C. E. Thome of tho Ohio  station, and the character of the  growth of clover furnishes a good  means of determining whether lime is  needed.  CHILDHOOD'S  PERILS.  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Highest Award at St. Louis 1904.  anr*-*ss-Bji  E-nperial   bVI-apIo Syrup  AI v-^ wyes   Satlsfaotory  iur dealer for Imperial Maple Syrup.   Do not allow him to substitute  an Inferior artlole beoause it ia cheaper.  |BJBSSJBSS������jB*BJSJJBSSSjB^  San Marino, the smallest republic  in the world, will soon be without voters if its rate of emigration keeps up.  "Perfectly Trustworthy" is the  ��������� character, of Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup, It can be used with the  utmost confidence that it will do what  is claimed for it. It is sure in its effects, as the use of it will clearly demonstrate and can be relied upon to  drive a cold out of the system more  effectively than any other medicine,  Try it and he convinced that it i������ what  it is claimed to be.  and this fact coupled with a high  class Are protection service, not excelled In America, will give the com-  pnny the benefit of the lowest possible Insurance. The Btorago elevator Is of cement tank construction  and together with the working house  will have a capacity of 500,000 bushels which is likely to be doubled at  nt an enrly dr.to. Tho working Kouso  Is equipped with everything possible  to mako it tho most comploto and up-  to-date milling elevator In the country. Power for the entire system  will bo obtained from the Lnc du  Bonnott Power Co, The working  houso bolne* In operation for tho past  month whllo tho company expect to  hnvo tho entire plant running at an  early date  RHEUMATISM    AND    PARALYSIS.  Mlnard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Tho doath Ihir occurred of C'itp',tln  of tho battle of Allwnl, fought on Jan-  .liuiii's l-'ullur, tho last JJrltibh survivor  uiiry US, 1N-Ifi.  Their Complete Home Cure,  Post Free to Readers of This Pape  for Limited Period Only.  A   handsome   Illustrated   treatise,  giving full description of Rheumatism  and Paralysis, with instructions for a  ��������� complete home  cure, describing tho  ,most   successful   treatment   in   the  .world, recommended by the Ministry  'and endorsed by medical mon.   This  highly instructive book was written by  W. H, Vono,   a   gentleman   who has  mado a speclnl study of theso diseases,  Tho preface ls by a graduate of the  . University of Wurtuburg.   Send postal  to-day and you will receive tho book  ' freo by return.���������Address,  Tho Vono  Drug Company, 24 King Street Wost,  Toronto,  Military TiTomnontiron'n consider-  nblo scale, nro holm? nrgnivl/.nd nl Durban to HiipproSH tho roboIIIoiiH Zulu  tribes,  Don't Get Wet!  TOWER'S SLICKERS  will keep you dry as  nothing else will, because  they are the product of  the best materials and  seventy years' experience in manufacturing.  ���������*t0WQ*S    A. J. TOWER CO.  f tajfeg^sfi   Boston, U.S.A.  TOWEB CANADIAN 00,, Ltd.  Toronto, Ou.  Ml  Keep Your Liver  Working. It's a lazy organ and  needs to be stimulated occasionally,  or it shirks its function. That coated tongue, sallow" complexion, sickf  headache and pain under the shoulder blade are caused by an indolent  liver. Liven it up by staking a short  course of  Beeehams  Pills  Sold Everywhere.     Ia boxes 25 cents.  HORSEMEN, READ THI8.  J havo usod MINAUD'S LINIMI1NT  In my Hinhli'H for ovor a your, and con-  Kl.lor it tho VKIIY HI8BT for horso  tloHh l win ko(��������� mid would Htrontfly ro-  commend It to all horHomon.  urco. iiortiii,  l.Ivory Stables, Quebec, 05 to 10a Ann  81 root.  8  inada.  "I believe It to be the moit effective  remedy fer the Stomach and Nerves in  Ids market," Is what Annlo Patterson, ol  lackvllle, N.R., anya ot South Aiwrlenrj  Nervine,   for,   she says. La Orlppn and  She complications which follower) It left  ier aext to dead with Indigestion, Dyspepsia, ana General Nervous Shattering.  It curod lisr.���������iM  fow OavH f.n-n. wn** ompl������'Hv>ii for :">''  yearn ns a eloei'mnkor, diirlntT which  period ho mado moro than r������,ooo clock--.  Awful typsrjtnoo with Heart Dliease.  --Mr. L. J. Law, Toronto. Can,, wrlteat  3   wa,iu"? ,"oro,y trouWod with Jisart  ���������-"ft?V$S*fi ZM S!?-,1* for.J8 montn*  iSJ.'f **<*wn *P b,<- J"������"t I smother, After  taklnt one doss of Dr. Agnew'a Heart  Cure.T retired and slept soundly,  x"������3  turoeWV h" nai r*  Where Ten Is fiat INipulnr.  If you call for ton at n restaurant In  Cam wis tho proprietor will actul to thc  nouroHt drug storo for It and oxproNH  a iH-ijrot that you nro 111. Thc native  Vencs-uoJnn regard.- tea as a niont unpleasant bovoi-iiKo and to bo used only  tnodtclrinlly. It la not kopt In nny of  tho hotolH, and whon It U espuuially  ordorod tho oiinJJty U Hlmply aboiultm-  hlo-for all tho world llko u doso of  bt-Ul.il,  MARTYRDOM DESCRIBED  Kingston Man Tells How He Suffered  and How He Was Released.  "For years a mar  tyr," is how Chas.  H. Powell, of 105  Raglan Street, King  ston, begins his  story. . "A martyr  to chronic constipation, but now 1 am  free from it and all  through the use of  Dr. Leonhardt's Antl-  Pill.  "I was induced to try Antl-PIll by  reading the testimony of some ono  who had been cured of constipation by  it. I had siitr*red for elghteeu years  and had taken tons of stuff recommended as cures but which made me  woj'so rather than better. Doctors  told me there was no cure for me. Dr.  Leonhardt's Anti-Plll cured me."  Ah dealers or Tho Wllson-Fyle Co.,  Limited, Niagara Falls, Ont. 602  WHY ?  SHOULD YOU BE CONTENTED TO USE A  CHEAP;  FLAVORLESS  TEA, WHEN YOU CAN  BUY  GOLD STANDARD TEAS  "GUARANTEED THE  BEST"  IN A CLEAN   AND  AIR-  PROOF   LEAD   PACKET  AT 35, 40 & 50c per  tb  WHY?  Ask    your    Grocer    for  GOLD STANDARD TEAS  Chas. H. Powell  Th<������ thwon   of   l������<������nn)  tUIIO   Of  $ir>,onn,(>ii|i.  lum  ,-i   for-  Mlnanfi Liniment Cure* Burnt, eto.  Four thousand printers h������v*������ e*on������������  out on strike in Parts for a nine hour  dny.  Uo Not noluy.���������Whon throiiRh do.  Mill-,.,. I       ,l\,,,..���������!!,.,,       ,,,..������..,,, ; ,  HndK lis way into tlto blood, tho prlmo  cotisl location ia to get Iho poison out.  as rapidly and thoroughly as pon,sihle.  I Way may nionn dlsustor, Pariuo-  loo'** Vo������i*t������blt' J������j,.h will bo f.i.iinl a  moat valuable** and ofToolive modlclno  to ;ik'.-iH Hi.������ rnfrn-lff u-lfb. Thoy n,,v.  vr tail. Tln*y ko at once lo iho neat  ff tin. triuiiih' jiiuI war); n p"i-m,-in'-n������  MII'i'.  Viuttmt* in tho com ho of t ti������? proposal railway from Eaat Oi*|m> to con-  nwl with tho Hl������M������rlnn milway Invnlvo  an increase in mileage from 4,fKK> to  *,<**��������� miles.  FOR  Over a Quarter of a Century  wo havo successfully treated nervous  diseases caused by Drink and Drugs,  600,000 cures Is our record. We  speak truly and say that failure to  obtain a ouro by the Koeley Treatment Is a failure of tho man and not  our methods,   Sond for facts,  Addross In confidence  THE KEELEY CURE  133 Osborne 8t., Winnipeg.  M4.Tror.t- Is a cake of soap  dyea to any desired color or shade.  Pam out the world over for brilliant,  fast, clean, economical, easy, ssfe dyetaf  at home, At superior to thc old fashlonM  "powder"dyes as gold Is to brass.  Maypole Soap  toe for Colors���������isc for Blnck. All dealers  or'H.L. Bbnbuict & Co,, Montreal.  ���������smar  An Ancient Irish Tune,  It Is authenticated thnt tho music of  tho hour of "Tho Uliickl'Ird," played nl  Major Andre's oxeoutlon, wns writton  by Dr. G. W. Walter, orcanlst of  Georjjo Washington university. Ths  tuns Im an undent Irish one.  Iiitrnr Sirup.  Sugar sirup Is mudo by boiling grann-  luted sugar with half the .luautity-  mwisiired by cupfuls���������of cold wi.ti-r fot  "������n ni in .no*, cooiinrr beforo It is used  Warrior Woes.���������Through d.imn, enld  and exposure many a bravo mUlhr who  kft bis na'hc Itvi-rtti a������ i.i' u������ man  could bo to fight for n country's honor,  has been "Invalided bomt-t" Ik-c-iukc of  tl.������ vulture ot tha li������ttl������ Rmim.l ��������� l'i,. um-  fcl.Kill,       UUUt.t     .������.1.\-4 1VI*U    *U,,   ...,.���������>,������������������-     >.^l������  will absolutely cur* ovory run; ot Hhoum-  stUm In existence.   Relief In ulx hours.  Kept tlit tt-tiers.  "I learned tho kouio of lovo once,"  slffh.-������l tho youti;; man In the bli;.*  waiHicoat,  ",-*;,/." u.sLcd h'..J I'huut.  ���������'V'es; through a scIicmjI of correspondence.   I took ten lessons."  "And did yoo ronhm nnytblnpr  "Only that I wns a lobster. 8h������kept  tho letters and sued me for breach of  ^wUiUnV'-DcUuH. Tubviuo.  wnen rtemitting by Kost, use  Dominion Express Money Orders  and Foreign Cheques  The Best and Cheapest  8ystem   of   Sending   Money   to   any  Place In the World.  Absolutely Safe  Purchaser Is Rlvon a receipt, and It  ordor or cheque Is LOST or DE9-  Tltm'lW, tho amount will bo promptly UBPUNDnsi). No red tapo. For  tun Ini'oriiintlou aud ratos call on  Local ngonts.  Aftaehed to nny Osrmont Is a  Qua. t.nU������   w(  GOOD MATERIAL  0000 WORKMANSHIP  ���������nd Good Wearing Qualltltf  When Buying 6 VCR ALLS,  PANTS, VCSTS, SMOCKS,  or  WORKWOMEN'S SHIRTS  See that .each sri/els bears ���������  ���������1 Ilka abof  label  >ove  laslst en Getting  "Kino of tho Rood" Brantf  And Take ne Other  IVIRYOAHiKNTOUAHANTCia  W   N   U   No.   Hi 1 ���������������������������������*.m>wu,-m,-* v���������,^.m..*c������i*ttJH^J.-^^fit|.J.i ���������,..���������  swmsmsmsm  g***3**"-LJ'T---^- ���������*���������  yjrtW-a������jv,wiTO.-VV.f������y  jWi^i^feMD^JMtTSl eOM^lMA,  ������t a Low Price,  Wholesale and Betail.  Sweet and Clean --in 'i'y  ������0;lbs...........;...  ..,,.,$2,65  JP.Lt    Ml  "No. $ Japtown, Cumberland B .0  Vi-.".- ' ���������--'--       ForCANDIES  Novej/fjes,   Pictures,  Frames and cleaning  of frames.  P,   HUNDEN  Cumberland  L. IL.,1-1'1'  JVIoproci*! gros,  DREAD. Gakea and Pies .deliyer-  ed \laily to any part of City.  you, 8TQCK or   Grocerjes  C H.. TARBELL,  Hi���������'$h Grade stoyes  and all Kitchen Baquirements  gPQRTSMENS GOODS  ���������*..���������������.*,'.���������   ...        tx'j'ErilEWCE, ���������  TRADE MARKi"*  DE8IQW3,  COPYRIGHTS  Slo  Anyone nendlnir n ul-etcu <ind description nmy  cult, ;'y twoertaln, froo, w).ot"i���������' an invention la  Srobablf patoiitnblo., Commun.eationa strictly  :mndontl<U. Olctoat iwency-iorsecurliiiriMtonta  la Atncriua.   Wn have a Waslii-ij-ton ofllco.  f'atenti takon through Munn &Co. roots!****  filial notice In tbe  SCIENTIFIC HfflERlUAN,  oa on Vavsnts Hunt froo.VXtJoioM  MUNN   A/CO..  861 Bvoddna). N������������w York*  Goto  JOHN McLKODS  FOR FIRST-CLASH  CANDY, FRUITH.  CrOARH & TOBACCOS.  HARNESS  11 W1LLAUD Is prepared to  V* ' HU any Orders for Fine or  Heavy Huruem, at short uo ice.  WILLARD BLOfK,      Cumberland,  inrENOINEERINOAfiB  Mining Journal  NOW IN ITS mh YEAR  Thu Sibling ratnlnc periodical ot  tho world, with the stronsost editorial  ������lnJT ot any t������.inii.i;nl publication.  Unlisi-ftriil.iTi  *.% ftft ft y^nr (Itirlud-  Ing U. H^.'nnvllHn, Momnnn posi*������K<������.  HftmiiH c<i|iy tree. Houtl tor Doo*  ("aUilog.ii',  rri.ijO'.TioM ecui's  BOS Ptnrt Street. Now Vork  AfUYTLrZ TOO SOON.  ���������i���������   Wlty   -th*   Old   Man   Objected  to  th*  Hanging.  As the stage drove into Dawson lo  the anterallroad days we notice*-! the  body of a man hanging from the limb  of a tree near the hotel, but no oDe expressed surprise or asked questions. It  was an hour after our arrival when a  little old man came along on foot and  began making a fuss about the hanging. He said so much and said if in  such loud tones that the man who had  bossed the job finally turned on bim  ���������with:  "See yere, old man, what's all this  row about anyway?"  "About that banging1."* shouted tbe  old man.  ���������'Wo/il, didn't the kuss steal a boss?'  "He did, and it was my boss too."  ���������"And you wanted him hung, of  course?"  "Of course I did."  "And isn't he up thar In tiptop shape  and accordm to Hoyle?"  *rHe are, but you was too blamed sudden about It You didn't give him time  enough."  "Didn't we give him ten mlnlt? to  prepare his soul?"  "I reckon you did, s)ut he took them  "lull ten mlnits askln the Lord to forgive his sins and wae swung off before  be could tell whar be had hid the boss  rjtway." M. Quap.  Game Dock.  Game duck of all sorts should be  roasted quickly in a not oven and are  considered best whet, very rare. The  blood should always follow tbe knife  when earring the breast ot a duck. It  ls not possible to limit the roasting of  a duck*-to any number of minutes; iu  depends entirely upon the temperature  of the oven. If a y. .ie duck is being  roasted for men, it should be much  rarer than when it is to be eateu by  women.  Tbe Happy Family.  The proprietor of a German menagerie keeps caged together a lion, a tiger, a wolf and a lamb, which he labels "The Happy Family." When  asked confidentially how long theso  animals had lived together, he au  swered:  "Ten months; but the lamb has to be  renewed  occasionally."  A Theatrical Influence.  "���������*W"aat ls your objection to these  pure, wholesome d*>wa on tho farm  dramas?"  "They exerdsa a demoralizing influence on me," said the man with the  heavy mustache and expensive clothes.  "But they are commended as a moral  Influence."  "Thoy don't work that way wltb me.  You see, I was once a confidence man,  and I can't see a stage full of happy  haymakers without wanting to pet  around to the stage door after tha  show an/1 sell them gold bricks."-*  Washington star.  M.J.HENRY'S  urs.eries. Greenhouses  and Seecihouses.  Vancouver  B. C.  ���������Headquarter'* for Pacific Coast  Grown garden, flower and field  SEEDS  Neve crop now i'i and on  teet in  our GreenhiMit-es.     Awk your mer  chant for them, in.pealed package**',  if he doef-n't handle Jbem we will  mail  50 Assorted 5c Packages of Vegetable am' Flower Sum!.-, (>.ir uwn saltso  tion) Btiublo for B (' Gai-iiuus  For $100  SPECIAL PRICES ON YOUR HULK  SEEDS  B.C.GROWN FRUIT AND  ORN.vMENTAL TREES  Now ready for Spring ship'iient.  Exi?ra nice Btock of 2 & 3 year  Apple Treep @      .   $20 00 per 100  "    @      $180 00 per 1 .'JOO  Muynard Plum, $10.0 each  Jtalian Prune, 2 yr,fine, $25 per 100  Sugar Ptune, 2 yr. fine, $30 per 100  Full list of other slock at regular prices  No expense, loss or delay of fumigation or  inspection Let me price your 1st before  pluoiug your  order  Greenhouse plants, Floral Work. Bee Sup  ���������jlietj, Fruit Pa������kag*..*s, Fertilizers etc  Catalogue   Free.  M. J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Road  "Vancouver B. C  When In Courtenay Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenie!i**e for gnetits.  The Centtal How-1 for Sportsmen  None but the Best of Wines -ind' Liquors  at  tho, Bar.  lu������m H-������*'������rj*  Hotel Clerk (to Colonel Cutter of  Kentucky)-Will you bave a pitcher of  water sent to your rooraV  The Colonel-Water! Great gnus,  Ain't tbere auy lire escapeV  The goodness In up Imprcr-so-. thot*e  around un for their good. Hiiii-i- p-uil is*  always stronger tlitji) evi|.-Lii4io������"'  fcluuic* Journal.  If you board. Inolt < i the hrlsht sl'lo.  Nothinj* In lienor I'or u.e nyssicu. limn  prunes.���������Atcbt.soii.������'loin1,  "ni'iM. n.Mlrn,-,  Now that tlni Hi-auuer excurrtlori tva.i  nearly ovor anil tliey could nee the lights  of tho city (laiieiui* on tho wuters tht.  ���������ffiiniir mnn urrew HcriuiiH,  "I should like," ho ������nid, "to pursue tho  sC'ijiHiiiitiiiHi.! wu liavu Iii'k'uu in ������o casual  ��������� way on thin bout, and >vith your per-  u.iHhioii 1 snail veuture to call uihhj you  It your home."  "But I tlou't even know you.' winie,"  protested tbo maiden, with bet'oiufutf diffidence,  '���������My mime," he replied, "Is Eddy."  And the i iundly darlitii' im hid tht  MiihIi that HiilVimcil her ch.uk us she ru-  spondud softlyi  "You mny cull, JSildy/'-Cblcago Trib-  uuo. ^___���������_____  Their -eonnd H<-otlB--r,  When Miss BwanKi-r met Mr. Snp-  beilde at the w-nsl.li', nl.u tluui^lit |n> \>aa  it inlllloiiulro, and hu tjcrtaltti'd her to  til int. so, aHliou-di ho wiih n luiml.lo  clerk lu a bond ut thu SlnvciVtiik. On  her return Iiouh* >-'>iiii' weeks uflnr IiIn  departure It ������o liappeuod that kIih nti>i>-  1 .1   .1   .      -,!      .1...     VI.,.,      !,,,!.      I,     I     I  ... I,     w"v.      ...^.������������.     .. -  Xter nu'i'tlrnr with Vr "���������*ut*.b*"l*U- wrnt  rery einbiirras.dni? to him until hIh- naiil,  "Oh. you dldu't till mu you wuro u hotel  propriuti.r."  "No." h<������ ������old nlrlly. "I own several  tintul:-  over  the  country,  but   1    .idii'i.  Ul.I.It    ttM'"������     "V  '*!���������'    ...I.O..     V>WltU    .IIUWUUU  *B."-Olilo fStaf .loiiiinil.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,     Prop  I"      WILLIAMS BROS.        :  iLiverv Stable  ��������� .    ���������   /   ���������  '     TEAMftl'KRS AND   DltAYMEN     '���������  ��������� >  ;     BlNGLK  AND   DoURlK   KIC     ;  .'      FOK   HlJIK.      A.LL   ObDEJW"     '  ��������� PHOMI'TLY    ATTEKDE'i)   TO      *  ��������� *  : Third St., Cumberland,BC!  When in CMberiaiifl  STAY AT THE.,,  VEMiOl  IS.  Sft    All Oonvkniknokh nut Ouwrs,  Thk.Hauls StU'ruiiui wrru  Best Liquors and Cij;ars  0 QANNKR  OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOuOO  o  0  c  0  o  o  0  c  0  Livery  iLIsTID  c  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  c  t-fc W *\*M ������tjb"j������������lii dh *nmr (Zx  0     I nm  prepared   to     C  3     furnish Htyli.sh Rigs  C  c  kmw  A Qu*trartt'!'!'i Curt*   (or    Pil-jo.  Itct.mn. Blind, B!f"Hsi|j* ������r 1'r.itrmbnp  Vdp*, ll'iiggistn r������fu(i*l uiuuty i. IW'-IU  OINTMENT Ml* to cur* ������������.y uu������, n������ n.*t  VW ttf how loan ������U.i ling, in li lo M .Iijvn.  First ������r*pJ������e*tinn i*i������������������ ������������������*��������������� *r������d i������������t. f"  If yottf dtuggi������tbwm"t������������-n*t W*e i"-' ���������  tnd It will \* l������rw*rd������d pmt-p*id by P*.i.  K^l-s.-w ������o;! gr tooi'i Mo  I.Kylnir I'lnns.  "Wlint ������tyle ������t Ihiiixi' dot's yonr bus  ft-ind  t'lpovt  to  }������';".>,  .Mcm.  Nooriu-Jie?  hu \iiii favor th.1 duthic or thu luiliuo  I'i ll.lls.o.'lM't'.'"  "V'.-ll,   I   don't   know  Jusi   whl'-h  of  lll-'l.l    I    IIKI'    il.-nl.      ll    d.Jll'l    lull!,,'    Iii.hU  liftfieiicti tu ii.t* tt.i lo.."* si it tins iiinr**  it'>u.. in il i.;.in the r.b-.v.ilnti* Imvo mil  f!i" iloniLiiolis a..' rt'lil liens-.. W������ t'j.ri  tiloiiu wi.li.iil h (lotl.it oi that lull  ��������� ������������������' '* '"-. I K'.t- J*'". ������'* bi������j-������ n-������ nt* Iii.:i������i������ a  .. . f - ti attic firiitht-d off nnd * Turk  'sU toi.i-r."���������Chicago Itecord-tlunld*  W HIIU  UU   i Ul.llll.'   tit        v-  q     reasonable rales. *  g D. KlLPATKlCK      0  O CUMHKKLANU Q  3 oooooooonnononnoo  mmtfmwatwmfl'Wtmm  FOR PRESENTATION  PURPOSES.  STERLING SILVER TEA SET  QUADRUPLE SILVER PLAT-  ED TEA and COFFEE SETS  CABINETS for TABLE SILVER  ,   SOLID GOLD WATCHES  LADIES and   GENTS   WEST-  M1 NSt ER CHLV ING CLOCKS  SOLID     GOLD    HEADED  CANES  Design!' Surpa-������8wl nowhere  Prices lower thai* elsevvher  Inscription Engraving freejtnd  at  P    STODDART.  "Watchmaker   antj  Jeweller,  WaVerly <Hotel  First-Class Accommodation  .... at Reasonable Bates ...  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  , S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  A. 'Wise mteWe *-jf-aorance.  *Why is it that ao few people aeer*  j_nxiot.-s to talk to Mr. Ca 7higton? Ho  seems very well in fftrmed.''  "That's just the difficult**.," answered  Miss DHnpletou. *'H*'b one of those  dreadful men who know enough to co**rect  your mistakes when you quote the c.Assies and who don't know e-'f ugh uot to do  It."  INTERESTING        INSTRUCTIVE  "CORRECT   ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT."  A Monthly Mauazine  D/.votkd to 'fitii  * Dsk or Ksglish.  JosBPHiNB Truck Bakkk, Editor.  Partial Contents for this Montn.  Course iu En^lidh fur the ll L-mtn-r.  Course in Euglish for thu Advanced Pupil  How to Incrnasi One'8 Vocabulary.  The Ait of Couvernation.  Sh.mid and Would:    How '���������'��������� Use. th.-m.  PronlinomtloiiM (Ctntury  Dictionary),  .JJorrtiOt Enitiig.h_ui_.Jie do.iim.  Her Idea _* It.  "Charley,, dear." said young, Mrs. Toiv  tins. "I wish you would save up youl  money and buy a yacht."  "What forr  "We need.so many things for the table.  And winning races seems such a cheap  way to get Bilverware." ��������� Washiugtoo  Star.   The Int������ril*T������ni Typo.  "Look here!" cried the foreman.  ���������'Aren't there any 'n's' In your t-.-.se?  You've used W for -n's' all through this  ���������take.'   How's that?"  "I dod't dow," replied the compositor^  "udless It's because I've a cold l.l th������  tteed."���������Catholic Standard and Tim.-s.  From a Safe Dlstnnce.  ������������������Why. Georgie. you didn't call on papa  a. you positively promised you would!"  "No, dear, I���������I am going t-to notify  him a little later."  "How?"  "B-y-y wireless telegraph."-Clevetand  Tiain Dealer.  In a Prenslns* Itoomu  "Wouldn't you like to play the part ot  Cifrarette. in 'Under Two Kings'/' " asked  the "ftrii old wouitin."  "Oh. yes. I'd love lo," replied the bob.-  breite. "The critics would lie no apt to  puff me. ymi know "���������Philadelphia Bulle-  V?VsA>VH^>tJ������tsA^������<������VV^-VS^A������Vyy   ������,  E. G. Emde  Bicycles and Supplies.  Owrrect E glbd iu tiie tjuh.jol.  What to Say and Wiiai Nor, to Say  Course in Leu.l-Wri'ing and Puuqtua'-lon.  Alphabe. h'Iih! nf A������>l.'..via-,ior)s.  HutimiHB Eiigluii foi- cbo Hi>.;:iut>bs Man  Compound Wordr    Ho.w to Write Thoui.  St-udicb in Eughsi. Ln.ratu.-ti.  Local Agent  for  Comix D 1st I ret for  Cleveland  M assey-Harris-  ..Brantford  5 "   PerffJct  Ram bier  "5"  $1 a Year   Send 10a for sample -copy-  I.OKitKOT KNGLl-H, Evanston, 111,  Imperial  Bicvcle**;.  Fairbanks - Mor-e  Glaaolone  ���������Jack of all Trades' tmg-ini-'E  BBOI CRiWFOSD  COURTENAY. B.C.,  HREKDER of    olstein Cattle, Chester \\ hite l-'ij-s,,   Barred I'lyinout  Rocks, Sec.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES.  Second liauti Wtteels  for sale*  ...i. ������������������   ���������'������������������ -   ii     im"   Acetylene Supplies  Bicycle and general  Repairing of   S< wing  Machines,      Fishing  Rods, Guns etc.  Soit-sora uround, Savss ^utu-  1   mo.l nnd tilt-d',  Key hnd Pi|������b fitting.  :8rd'v8t, Cumberlanci  ^  r^fifiMW*****^^  llBOii  1 otel  SJL^U-EHL   C      2DA.-VIS,      PP.oi*KiaT  Ki.jili-h 4 x- HUHTON .Uw.iyH on u(.; ul^., ti'm uhiiiiih MMAVaUIvIJH  BBF.HS���������Anhena r, lliiliniiiiii.i, Sohliu, &������������������. "ULDUllKY IUU1UJ"  HumJH VVHISKV. Bool Wines and Liquors of all kind**.  Tho Boarding and Luli'd^ D pi������rtniui.i, under the nni.iBili'ito nupurlutoutltmoti o( Mai  iJBvin, will ho f.uii.i Firht oliut, ... .ivury rur-nnut,  RiTEB,  $1 oo per day upward!,  A jtjuu fi'n'et.Jon  of C'AK^SS   Jtlwnyt   on   i������Mii<t.  '*���������->'���������:.'. r'   Hsm-J,'VI.> j v ���������"'������������������-.' (.I.i.y  Msunir Avenae,  Cumberland.  *m  Cure a Cold in One  Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Taw*. & q*jL  Tn������ Hgnntore,  bTtm Darya.  on every  MS* 25c* X  TH������  NEWS,   CUMBEKLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  W. B.ANDEKSCN,     -     -     -      Mgk  "She oolumns of The News are <->*)en to all  who wish to express therein views o matters of publio interest.  While we do 'uot hold ourselves re --onsi-  ble for the utterances of correspondent.-), we  euerve the r ght of declining to insert  ouiinunioations unneoeesarily personal.  WEDNESDAY,      June  27   i906  Kspimait & Manaimo By  -, s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  *^-XCTOiaXA.-COasiEOX       roxttb  _^_ .���������.��������� /  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling at North Saanich  ^Cowichan Bay, *Maple Bay, Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  or passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Tuesday, <" p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 ���������������"������������������> for Na"  riaimo *nd way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Fridav, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, cdling at Kuper and Thetis  Islands, Crofton, Maple Bay, Cowichan   Bay  and   North   Saanich   when  .���������freight and  passengers offer  North Saanich when Ude and weath .  conditions  permit.  VANOOUVFJR- NANAIKO-LADY  SXfllTF    ROUTE  -sns-  ������T}eA*K=~  Sails Irom   Nanaimo   tor  Vancouvei  daily, except 'Saturdays and  Sundays.  7  a.m. '      ' -  Sails from   Nanaimo for   Vancouvc.  Saturday-, at 8 a,m.  Sails from Nanaimo for Ladysmith,  Fridays aud Saturdays at 5.3J'ji.m  Sj.iI." from Ladysmith for iVanaiini.,  '���������Saturdays at 6 a.m.  S uls from Vancouver for N*>n,tinv<  daily, except Saturdays and  .Sundays ai  1.30 p.m. i  Sails from Vancouver  for   Nttnatmo,  Saturdays .ti 2.30 p.m.  TIME TAUI.E   KFFKCTIVE   ,  AL'HIL'29, 1900  VIOTOTltA. TO WELLINGTON.  ��������� N  HER PRIDE TOUCHED.  Plebeian Sta-liex Not Included In 'h  Crarrlculuui.  The principal of the yonnr*- hi (lies' ipm  nary, after fonually /-ivi'tiiis* her woiltl.i  patron- waved her hiiud gracefully in t!.>  diiection of the other room.  "Madam," she si-,'-',   with  a  ponfi..'.-  smile,   "I  am   happy   to   say   that   -...a  d.-uighter Is dow ready for yo'i.   Dun  the  last  few  yeai-i*   tliat   sli.   has   im  under my diar**e she has become nei-..*i-  pHshed."  A islifiht shade of curiosity was cii  dent on the face of her visitor.  "Yen consider, then." j*"Ih' '-aid. wit!" t  rising inflection, "'lull her eilneatinn" i-  eompl.'teV" ,  "ludeeil, yes," replinl ll.e |������.iicipr  "i'he has a sninttei-.ti? or t'rei'ii. i.-.<\!n  French, Italian and tie.u.iu. She lia-  done something iu the hij*lier uial':*���������:*y..r  k's, understand:* ti'v piatiu, aud in i.it  ���������xiry, philosophy and literaturo vhe wil  pass. But in the finev jriu-es���������(n ihe nr  of conversation, in daneini; and -that in  definable chic that always distin'r-iw-u-  my pupils .from others she is all ran���������  could be desired."  A shade of anxiety crowned the moth  "���������?������������������" brow.  "I   Lad hoped,"   she   said,   "Hint   nij  Snughlcr might here been tan^hf *���������������������������!������������������>- -  thin;?   useful:   sometliinR   that   iu   tli<  duties- which as a wife aud a mother un-  lie before her, might be of some value.'"  A flush of pride suffused the coiintc  naDce of the principal.  "Then, madam," she said hai-jiiti!-*,  "you have evidently mistaken the pur  pose of my establishment.' In the first  place, no woman of true social instinct  should she be inflicted with children.  would ever allow'them to interfere with  her career, and. in the second place. 1  never dreamed when your daus*litor wa������  admitted that you Intended her to ���������mar-"*  any man whoonrned a living."  Her guest blushed aud impetuously  held out her hand.  "You are right." she said. "Forjrirfl  me. Just for a moment I remembered  tbat I, too, was a mother and tun got all  & boat my social position."--Life.  Hovr I Lout He*.  She Is a sweet, poetic dream,  A Illy on love's crystal stream,  ~" But she, with all her charms divine.  Will ne'er, oh, ne'er, oh, ne'er be mint  Because last night unto this dear  I said, beneath the chandelier.  "Last   springtime,   when   the   blossoms  ,    white  I saw on your black hair alight,  I thought they looked, upon my sou",   .  Like snowflakes on a load of coal."  A BOOK THAT NO  FARMER CAN  AFFORD TO BE W.THaUT  (HDD  Above the Market Price.  "I see whore" u fellow is going to pay  $500 for a poem."  ���������   "What?" ���������-:,'���������.  "Yos He out It out of a paper in the  Conjrn-ssionnl library, und that Is what  they fined him."  The Senmon  Approneriet'h,  Boon the earth In summer outing  Will Its banners -?reon be flouting,  And once more  Youthful earthltngs will be ���������houtlnflrt  "Wat's de Hcore?"  No 2- Daily.  AM.  Do, 9 OO '..Victoria ,..  ������t   0,28  Otildi-itroain  -������ 10.24.....  ..Kucuin'i*. ..  ti ll 00 Itiiiioiui'ii,,.  p M  -' li! lift.. .Nanaimo,..  Ar 12.153.. Wellmt-toi.  Suurda.v &  4���������Sunt aj  c M,  ...D.i, 4 00  ,. "4 nb  ..' -���������   5 'il  ,.    "5 55  r m.  .. "   7 37  .. Ar, 7.������6  Plenty to Stjunnder,  "I hnve a large fortune."  "Y-ju haven't a oout, and you knew  IL"  "l ropeat I have a large fortune���������If  time Is money.'-  &JSIJD  BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women  Uni()nSrewery"Beer  Is The Best  Kottled or In  Barrels.  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo S..C  $>^<$><$>-^-M":^^e--M'^^ <  K. AJDA  Compiled by the Agricultural Editors  of the Family Herald and  Wteekly  Star of Mon tire .1,   at the request  of      Hundreds      of    Readers.  IT     AK  BE HAD  FREE  Th ��������� most "complete  Faimers'  Handbook ana Veterinary Guide  river issued    Simple ami prac  tical information of the greatest  value to every farmer.'  Three Hfundred and fifty-eight'  s-ubject-" dealt wiih. eve*'.y one of  interest and many oi them iiius-  t: ated.  Our Special   Offes  " Wt? offf-'.r a full yoiu's i-uhsnriptior.  V. the. CUMBEULAND    NkWS,    R    full  j"tii.;.a-i?ui������."'.'.*ri;i',v,ii'i 10 that g real en t  of all We-.-k.ln-'-.V'h-' ?;,iiii,y He raid  u H W'M-'kly 8t**r, of Mor.treal, in-  tfintli.'g < i:eir-   l.)e;iniiful    piotur<..*,  ''Q.nf-ei: A'pxiindrn. HcrG-raidcliiid  rt'ii and rli-jjs"', nnd a copy i "'The  K rtn^r's Mhiinai. .-ind VeitM'inary  ���������Jiiidf", all f..r .$21)0 A K.-.tnplo  cupy of (lu1 pic tire urd buck can be  si'i'ii at this (.fricp.  Japanese Tailor.  (ion *���������' Suit*- and Ladys'Tailored  Cot-tuiuo!" neatly finished  in Latest fashions,    Charges Right.  DUNSMUIR    AVENUE.  "*������  1  Cumberland  Hotel  COR. DUNS U1R AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET.  ���������CU   BERi./YND   i{   C.  Mrs. J. H. Pikkt, Fropi^   tress.  When in Cumberland l*e sure  and stay at the Cumberland  Hotei, First-Class Accomodation for transient and porraan-  . ent boarders.  Sample Rooms and  Public Hall  1    ���������   ��������� ��������� i-  "RuTi-in-������omiectit������n~with���������Hotel-  SPORT  and Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  ROD and GUN  If yon llko to rettd of Aa ������pcr|*M������ et  anglars, shooter* and etropers or yaanem  or If you are iatereitcd la countryJl������, ������������������������  your ner'sdealer for Format ������ni  Rates frt-iti $1.00 to $2.00 per  day  .1^1  r K k Fob- Oo.  Cumberland      13.  C.  *���������' "J'  B-a.a-tl  Our nelphbors!  Well, 'hey'rn hard tt  boat.  I bate to make complaint,  But half tho people In our St  Would aggravate a Bt.  WELLLW    'I**  TO VICTORIA.  W-iii..' *y,  Sliu day ������  No. 1���������D������il No 8--'-unu������y  A.M. A'M'  Oe,   8.00 WollinRton   Ih.iO'  o   8 20 N maitiio  "   4 IR'  10 (hi Du.ioti.'i"  "   f>>>o  ������������������ 10.42 KoMHg'*  "   ? "7  ��������� t )i.H8 Cul(i:ttivim  "   0V2  At 12 0U ViotorU  Ar 7t6������1  Thousitttd Mile and Cotnmu������ii������ir.n Ticket* un sale, good ovei rail and sucai..������t  lines, ut two und one-half cents per mile.  .Special trains and steamers for ICxcur.  ���������ions, and reduced rues for parties may  be arranged f"' <"��������� application to the  Uist, Toss. Ai;ent,.it Victoria.  The Company resevvc*- thc ri^ht to  ������ ,.'!'."'.'.', '-.'"���������"Mir nn.ir*. ������<'f������!ini(*'**  aui.l'tl .!-'.c- -im\ Itm---. rif *'ovow.  Excursion Tivkcis on Sale from and to  all .Sl.tUon*-, ijood lor g'-ing j.mrm-y S.it-  urdiyand  Sunday, reluming n..t later  I!:..1'.    *,;/"-.''\V  3, W. IHUUI', Oen. 8u*i. H U. Oiak 8������r.  O. L. COURTNEY, Dint. Prt. ft Pa**. Ag.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotive." an'!   rail  may earn ot  the  Union  fioUfery  Coro]������ai������y l������y any  jH-rwin    ������r   |������er  ���������oiti������--������xc������|)t train cn?w���������U -strictly  Dfoliil.iUjti.    ftiii|*ioy������ei-   &tv &ub-  *������jct tuiiUmUmiii for aUnmiig miue  By order  Fiuucw D. Lvtftti  Manager.  nnahiiDtl nnil Wife,  Hitnwnntl and wife are pi-unl; the one  (tot Inferior to the othor: tho wife not a  ulnvo; not a honspl-(>t>|ier���������hut an equal;  ��������� conipimlnn. And just on far ns n younj?  omn Htnrts out with that Idoit fixcl tinnly  In his iiilinl���������to innkt* a cntnpnnlon. n po������i-  radti, a elium of hia wife���������just ho fnr dm-s  bo start (tut right.���������Ladles' Homo Jou^  nal.    Then Elder Sinter Sutni-ldrtt.  fcldv-r Slntcr���������Mr. Ililmore und yen  WfiP In the pnrlor n lonpr time InBt nlicht,  bm I don't Riippont* ,rou imt-J much una.  YnuiiKt'r SlttU-r���������Tlu* ri'iiHon jmi tll.ln't  fee nny l.urnl.m, iCinily. wiih Ih'c.iso  Ilnrolil ciu'oltxiNlj" 'autitf bis bnt ou tlte  diorknubl  Th# Nnmhfir ������������T1ir������-#'������ In tht> ninlv������  When tin* world wiih ore-Htod, wo ili.d  it nod ItH surroutidliiKH t'OiupoHi'd of  throe elomoutK���������uIr, wntor und lund���������  tho wlioio liiilitod by Iho sun, union  nnd Ktnrs, Ailnm hnd threo ttons men-  tioned Uy nuiue, und so did Nut.li, tht)  ptitrliii'ch. linnlol wns thrown into a  dm with three lions for thtv or* ��������� of  piayliiK threo tlmo**. Sh/idrncli. .Mo-  Blmch und Abe-Jiii-Ho wore itHt'iud from  the tltry furimce. Job hud throw ������*.<���������������  elul frlt'tuli*, Thort* wore throe imtrl-  ateliH-Ahrnhnni.   Ihhuc   ana   .fiicon.  ISoUiUOl   WON IIUU'U  l.lll*'  OllU.t>t   i.nj.iu  pitiHlrnit'd hlmw'lf tliroo linoh on ������he  d.rd boily uf the- child; h'...H*������*'i������ tl������v-  ct'ivtd Dfllluh three tluion before sho  dit-r-ovorod tht' worot of his jifal power, nntl rhP Ton rommnn.iiiieiti* wt-r#  delivered on the third tiny.  .lunuli wiih three days nnd nlRht������ In  the wlniK'������ belly, "ftttnon. lovest thou  iiiij?" wn������ roiKuited thro# tluiet. I*hh1  ������uikes mention of fho throe i*rr*tre���������������  fnitti,  lu'l'ti ...al *.l...i'Uj.    TUc f;iu.'���������'.".  iKe-coiienl drenrua of the baker n..J  bntlpr wt*rt> tu t-i>i������* to \mw* 10 tUi.������u  dnjm, Ttflon "*"��������� have th������ tioly trinity���������  k'utUtr. Soo **t������! Il-ilj- ������Jl.o������t* ������tn������ *j.-,-������<-r������<l  tettm un tbe crowi were three In number, they being I. ft S.; to also the f������  tnrma itomna mmtm wm eompoaod ������f  tttrw woro*  WooA'a tiifjsslwfii'jVv, i  ���������j, The  utrni   f'.K/j'bh   Jtcm>-������'ft  -%1 Toiion aud Invi",orttR'H thu nn iiulo  ,.^,.���������. -������S(^uioiiiJ ui old Velim. 0������rt<x -V.'*������������������>.���������  Oi/s Debititjt, Aitmtiil a<ul tt>u<iu <!'<<���������-.','/, Jar  pondeney, .Jvxual Wettkw'na, J'.Mb-.tri&n?, >'.'������������������  tnatorrhiM.,and J'lfffeti iifjbiwicrr Axi'V-i  I*Hooj(,lp;."Ii.-.:c.i:Ixl' :$:.   (hn wliljiiv".- ���������'>...  v/.11 euro.  Sold by all druinrlsts or niftll. 't i: ���������  plain pUft". ou rooulpt of prl'.o,  AI'.p pave New 1 u.:., vo'ouro,  miilM/ive..  Tho Wood IWtxlli*ln������> Oo. L..,,, |m(  if-irmAy Windsor) T*.ronr������������ Or,*������.   n m     m* '  . .$M(J.Ajai\. .  "CUBAN    BLOSSOM',  A   UNIUMMAOI'. CKI.Vl*  p  ������ OM   THF--     '>  Ouban" Cigar Factory  or write for tree apoclnwn copy, or mi  wmty,llv&,wmjQrJoMJ?������tM,HM,rh-i  Iforeat and Stream I������ a larfe Hii������i-utit'  weekly lournal, which coatalon the foUevf-ag  departments;. .  Game Baft a������\d 6������n,       !!**���������'���������* ���������*���������*"*"**  Sea *nd Stiver riaKlad.  Ytehtin-L  The Sportsman ToarW. eXnoelni  Ride and Trap, KenneL  We send free our calalof ue of tbe be* booba  00 outdoor life and recreation.   ^  FOREST AND STRR AM PUB. CO.  346 Brofcdway, New Vork C ty.  'mmMti*V<ap**  M. J. 30'KIX, I������rjprf.it')t,  -i nt'+m*amrmn*wvt<*v*  TO CDRB A COLD IN ONE DAY  T-.IcLAX.aTIVB KHOMO'^UININK 1 ������-.*���������-  !���������������������������!.    Ail f)fi.(ji>i"i*- n M.i .I tlio uii-ut^ it it  ofi  K, W tirovc'H eig.iaturt- is  Cook's Cotton Root Compound-:  Tho groat UtAiine Tonte, iui4  ouly wifo ujl'aciual HonthJy  iltoj/nlatoron which woman oaa  deponil. Sold in threo dtwraoa  ot fltn-nc-ib-No. 1, fft; No, I,  10 !'CB.i.u������ 8t*0������t"8r, :';Js No. Si  for sneolal.oastM, U per bos*.  Bold oy all drucrnsta. or eeam  crt-puld on rooalpt ol Wfae.  on rooalpt ol tjtjoa,  tMKHniHfmiOfJ.JOIIO'no.CllT. tieriaermWaamm  Fi  -J 'BJ-i.  ���������������������������\ef,'*'-"*r,'  , .I1'*JJ  '������������������n^-jf  t""*i;-.,������^'  !>Kf :\   ,\ .;. ''''/.is  .A   '���������.- j-. ������������������.'������.-��������� ���������; '.-.'.  ��������� ���������^'���������-;*3("-,..'f-"'<-������--.y-K'*  ' . 4.     ' ���������*.   .' I  .*. ^N !-i'������V; ������������������-������������������  :>��������� ������  i. .,  / .'������������������ -������,,'  - -1- -���������  V     ���������,        ,     '   *-, ���������   ',|1  ' '  '.vj-i".''!:;_l-'V;jii;..'  ��������� ���������%'���������! -;.:'<V:JV|-  'fV-l- -\',������.\^\������T  1v> ,   1   %\ ��������� )Vr ,  V ,'���������'���������'>;:<������������������''������S' 1...:jm.,  Il  '<*��������� '>*ax*;W-iV*"/, \  h  *<.  1  1  ���������-..''.'  '���������t-I>',������{*������������������* V'  ������v; ������������������; ���������;'.;'fc^>,4  * ���������; "',../ ,,   ��������� '\\  '������������������*������������i,l  KLiiilS ������i &c#le*s ^*i5!*fei*������S  tflyja  The HUOSONB BAY CO,  Sole Agenthfor H- C.  (^ THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  BRONCHITIS  CROWS CHRONIC  And   returns year after year or develops  into Asthma or Consumption^ the Cure is  Dr- Chase's Syrup of Unseed and Turpentine  l'ronchitis is too serious a disease  to trifle with.  Children aro most likely to contract  bronchitis, and if neglected, it becomes chronic and returns year after  year until it wears the patient out or  develops into some deadly lung (lis-  ease.  dulls anl fever, nasal or throat  catarrh, quick pulse, loss of appetite  and feelings of fatigue and languor  are among ihe llrst symptoms.  The cough is dry and harsh. There  ai ������������������ pains in the chest., which are aggravated by deep br-athing and  coughing. Expectoration is of a  irothy nature, stringy, tenacious and  sometimes streaked with blood.  Pains in the limbs or joints and extreme depression and weakness result  trom continuation of the disease.  Di. Chase's  Syrup of Linseed and  Turf.entine is, we   believe, the  most  ..effective treatment, for bronchitis that  money will buy.  V It is the most effective treatment  tor bronchitis because it is so far-  reaching in it.\ effect, on the'whole  system, not, only"loosening the hard,  dry cough, but actually and tliorough-           ���������-���������������������������j-'T- j  ly curing the disease so that it does  not return.  .Mrs. Richmond "Withrow, Shubena-  cadio, Hants Co., X.S., writes: "1 havo  used Dr. Chasi.-'s Syrup of Linseed and.  turpentine with good success. My  secon I (laughter was troubled with  oroiichitis from the age of three  weeks. Oftentimes I thought she  would choke to death. The several  remedies we got did not seem to be  of much use. but the first dose of Dr.  chase's feyrup of Linseed and Turpentine brought relief and further  treatment, made a thorough cure. This  trouble used to come back from time  to time but the cure is now permanent. Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed  and Turpentine has saved us many  doctor's bills, and [ would not be without it. in the house for many times its  cost."  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and  Turpenine, 25 cents a' bottle; family  size: three times as much, 60 cents,  at all dealers or Edmanson, Bates &  Co., Toronto. To protect you against  imitations, the portrait and signature  ot Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous receipt  bootc author, are on every box.  Open Door to Manchuria.  Owing to the fact that the withdrawal ot the troops from Manchuria  not having sufficiently progressed,  the Japanese Government hitherto  has neither permitted citzens and vessels of foreign countries, to enter the  ports and regions of Manchuria, nor  allowed foreign consuls to proceed to  their posts therein. Considerable  progress, however, having now been  made in this respect, the Japanese  Government has decided, in accordance 'with the principles of the open  door and equal opportunity ever advocated by t/iem, t.o permit citizens and  vessels of foreign countries to enter  from May 1 Antung Hsiang and Tatting Kao, and to allow foreign consuls  to proceed to their 'posts at Antung  Hsiang.   From June 1 foreign consuls  ���������Sh'i.ll   Tie   nllowfifl   t02_ni*np.flP./l_tn-J-J*<A".r-i  posts at Mukden, and    travelling   of j  foreigners in   the   interior   of   Man-|  churia will-, be permitted in so far as ]  military exigencies do not prevent, it. I  It has further been decided that the  Japanese  Government will open Dal-  jiey (Talien Wan) to the commerce of  the world in as near future as possible.  Judging from the present condition  of the inferior of Manchuria, it is impossible for the Japanese authorities  ���������to afford such foreign travellers adequate protection and facilities in housing and other matters, Those, therefore, who enter the interior of Manchuria do so entirely at their own  jfisk, and the Japanese Government.  Uo not hold themselves 'responsible  for any injury or damage which they  may suffer from bandits or other  marauders."  King Edward to Receive Degree  Philadelphia.���������King Edward VII. of  Great Britain, through Sir Mortimer  jjurand, his ambassador, will receive  the degree of doctor of laws from the  University of Pennsylvania at the university observance of the bi-centenary  of the birth of Benjamin Franklin.  Andrew Carnegie, Sir George Howard  uanvin, plumian professor of astronomy and experimental philosophy at  Uie University of Cambridge, England;  Gtig.iemo Marconi, inventor and investigator: E. Rutherford, professor of  uii;-sics of McGill university, Mont-  ���������vesi; Edward Uearnington Nichols,  proiessor" of physics at Cornell university; ; A. Brand, of the Royal Academy of Sciences, Berlin; H. A.  Lountz, a distinguished physicist of  Holland,    will    also receive honorary  IDEAL PLANS FOR  RESIDENTIAL PARK  Winnipeg's   New   Suburban   Site   the  Most    Beautiful    in    the  Canadian West.  Winnipeg's new residential sub-division, Tpz'edo Park, which has been  talked of considerably during the past  tew months will shortly be placed on  the market. This is the most pretentious iinj most elaborate sub-division ever made in Winnipeg and in  tact excels anything of the Kind yet  .attempted outside of the older and  most aesthetic cities on the continent,  ine ltrst authentic announcement obtained regarding Tuxedo Park was  made recently by Mr., Ricksou Outhet,  of New York and Montreal, who is  one of the most celebrated engineers  and designers in America and makes  a specialty of laying out city plots.  Mr. Outhet spent over a month in  Winnipeg, and previous to. his departure tor the south he was induced to  disclose .the purpose of his visit. In  an interview with a newspaper man,  he said: "My visit was entirely of  a professional nature. My services  were retained by the Tuxedo Park  Co., of Winnipeg, and I have been engaged in preparing plans which are  intended to convert the Wright farm  which lies east of the new City Park  in St. Charles and has the agricultural  college in its midst, and is skirted on  the north by the Assiniboine river, into Tuxedo park, which, in my opinion,  Is destined to be the suburb beautiful  of your city.  "Nearly three years ago," continued  Mr. Outhet, "Mr. F. W. Heubach, the  managing director of the company,  called at my office in Tuxedo Park,  New York, and gave me a rough outline of the lay of the land, its extent  and manifold advantages as a residential district, and asked me to prepare  a plan for its subdivision. This I did  and in a month or so forwarded my  sketch for,, approval. The sketch was  submitted to the board of directors  of the Tuxedo Park Co, last fall, and  did not prove entirely satisfactory.  Home changes were deemed necessary. These I made and again returned the plans. About six weeks  ago I receive 1 a wire to come to Winnipeg, and since my arrival have  been busily engaged upon the ground  preparing a new plan, which I am  confident will not only satisfy the dir-  Your  Monoy  Refunded  by the dealer  Irom whom  you buy Sunlight Soap if  you find any  cause lor  complaint.  Sunlight Soap is better  than otAer soaps, but is  Ibesi when used in the  Sunlight way.  $5,000  reward will  be paid to any  person who  proves that  SunliirhtSoap  contains any  injurioui  chemicals or  any form of  adulteration.  Equally good with hard or soft water.  lf������T������r Brothers. "-Limited. Toronto  ������5������  -ac-g-rtfeoT  Minard's .Liniment .Cures .Dandruff.  A Britisli-'Vorpedo boat Avas rammed  and sunk by a destroyer iu naval manoeuvres at -Valleta, Malta.  A 'Medicine Chest iu Itself.���������Only  the well-to-do can afford to keep a  medicine chest, but Dr. Thomas E'clec-  tric Oil, which is a medicine chest "in  itself, being a remedy for rheumatism  lumbago, sore throat, colds, coughs  catarrh, asthma, and a potent healer  for wounds, cuts/bruises, sprains, etc.,  is within tho reach of the poorest, owing to its cheapness. It should be in  every house.  Bulgarian bands were wiped out  by Turkish troops, forty being killed  in the encounter.  Thero Is more catarrh In this section  ���������of tho coun.i-y than all othor dlsoaseB  put toaothor, and until the last fow years  wan su|jpi)8''d to bo Incurable. For a  great many yoarH doctors- ���������ironmincoa It  a local (llH'*ase and prescribed local rem-  edl������B, and by constantly fall In ir to curo  with local tr'pattnmit pronounced It Incurable Sulonco has jirovon catarrh to be  a constitutional dlsuaso and therefore ro-  quires constitutional treatment. Hall's  Cnt-rrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.  Cherry & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Is tho only  constitutional euro on tho market. It is  takon .Internally In doses from 10 drops  to a toh.nioonful. It nets illroctly on the  blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system.  Thoy offei one hundred dollnrs for any  caso It falls to curo. Send for obcularr  and testimonials,  Adress: F. J  CHENEY & Co. Toledo. O.  Sold by DriiRttlsts, 7Bc.  Take ftall's Family Pills tor constipation.  SPRING ADVICE.  In  An Appreciated Perroni-mc*-.  Til"   lull'  .Josi-pll   ..l.'ft'oi'S'i'l     usi-rl  s:iy ll.i.i  his ciiri'iT rutin' vry  ni'ur l-i-  in;' nippi'l in t!i������' li'ld i:i i> "-uinll  v.'i'H ���������  n't.   l.iiwn.     Hi'   ill    tlmt   tiiiie   wiih   n  liii'tiiltcr  nf  ii   mi.nil   iiii.ni'i'r    .'(iiiiViniiy |  v, lii-i'i   prmfrcssii'l  hy  iiii-i.ti* ol    tlnv'.:  ���������'hull  ti'ipii."   irn,n  nnc  minimi ������'nii.|.'  tn iiiintlii'i'.    Tlicy ui'l'i' ithvnys In-ill lily \  reri'ivcil   hv  Ihe  milii'l* nnd    Cowboys, I  wli'i r.'-t.lilv  |i:������i I 11n' live    .liilliir-*    in i  i'iiH ri"i'iiic(l 11.'wit iii'.*-. their ������������������.���������rluriii-|  iiiii-i'.    .Mr. .Ii'IIVi-miii w.i- tin' I rnilit inn-i  :���������!  iiu'l.'i Ir.ini-ili'-    vi!I;iiii  i.ii'l    in    tin'',  linril ne!   wns .Mi|>|i:isi>-,| to l'iiliinp Iho  "cliilil."    Tim -.iiii|in.-i"l ninl lier.  Iii'iir-  my;   Ms  cni'S,   pi-dies   ll pull   thu     Kf'Ollo  111*-1   n-  lie  i*,  nh'HII   In I'M'.lpi-,  nnil   lilt's!  ii I'ruilli's-i shol   iViiin a ri'volvi'i",  l'p<������ll      tlllS     \) | ft i(M|]  ||' (H'l'll'-i   nt nil  li.nl :', hi ��������� w il until 1 Iii-, sen,!' wns  hi I I hi' .'i|ilii'iic>', in.'iiiy nl'  I   iliV'.'l   In-lorn  m'oii   nnv   liill.l  Do   Not   Dose   with   Purgatives   and  weakening Medicines���������What People  Neec at. this Season is a Tonic.  Not exactly sick���������but not feeling  quite well. That's the spring feeling.  Vou are easily tired, uppeuie variable, sometimes headaches and a feeling of depression. Or perhaps pimples  and eruptions appear on the face, or  you have twinges of rheumatism or  neuralgia. Any ot these Indicate  that the blood is out of order, thnt  ihe indoor life of winter hits loft Its  mark upon you and may easily develop into more serious trouble. Don't  dose yourself with purgiitlvo modi-  Ihat  you can put  no  l'l'IK'tll* I,  whom lui  ..i   ,,   n.  M������('lli>'ioi'  inntiiiM ,  wns rule  "lly Si,  i  \t'  >'i)lv<>  lll"-������l*.  ii, V,  O,  ,C  shirt en  cl. <1.a  I.  it (U t. .,,       ,  buck   il.u.i  'inr.i  !n������  lollnwiiiy*  JM''|������'||    III.  HI.  ��������� I I -  III.'  III.  Till' nvrjt"  by th.' ".not  . I. ���������.������.������'. i ���������.-,  i i .i i. ��������� i  I.UII    It.ill  11.  *<     Uii   >  tiiini'i   in   llie  i  in' ii  "  him ,  ii.nl  In  l,,-.sl'  ll  M'.l     illlll   .  runt   low  ���������i >       ���������,   ! Ut' .������!  (1,1.  '    KJI-.1I  11    IWii-  slioiit-  e'.UOi    In   tl)  blotnl rlghl, Pui"fiatlve������ gallo). through  Hie    K.VHteni,   and wctiUen  Insloud of  giving strengtli.   Whin  you do need  i". n toit'ie mediclno   Hint,   will   intiUe  in.'W.    rich,    red    blond,  build up tho  wenkeimil  nerves mnl  ihtts give you  new hen..,, and Mivngih,      And  the  one mi'.ik'lne to do this   Hpeodiiv and  Hiiri-ly   Ih    Dr.    WillliuiUi'  I'lnk PIIIh.  I'.vciy   tmse   nf tlii.s medicine milium  iii'W,  liei   b.oi.il   wnlcli   iiii.ki'H weal*,  ���������'iisiiy iii'i������(| nnd iiliiii!-- woiiieii bright,  nclivi*    mnl    strong.    If    you wood n  medicine iIlls HpHiiu, try Dr. WUlinnn*'  I'lni; I'lllM nnd yon \v,��������� never regrel  i:. TiiI.i l.u.'i|ii;iii...' has cured iliouHtindH  nnil   ihousimds   hi   every pari of Ihe  world nnd whin it has done for others  11 cun easily do for ynu,  i\|i*ilii'i!H' di'iiii.rs r-verywhero sell  these pills nr -.on r-mi ������������������d tiiem dlrerif,  finm iho Dr, W'lliuniH  Ml'nfl.-Vlllo    Ol-i      ���������>.    r li  sis bo\cs for %z"iO.  "ectOTs^'"th"F^i3MraTTy7bTiTals^^  ly appeal, to the progressive views of  your citizens. No, I cannot show  these plans, .ihey are hardly yet In  shape to be examined by the press.  1 can merely say that the Tuxedo  Park of Winnipeg will be in advance  ov anything before, attempted in the  west.  "The Wright farm, the property in  question, as you know, runs for a mile  along the prettiest part of the Assiniboine river and back to the tracks of  the Canadian Northern Railway. Further west it adjoins the new city park,  while Lie Manitoba agricultural college property is surrounded on three  sides by this magnificent tract,. These  two features alone Insure rapid development of Tuxedo as a residential district, and guarantee large profits to  the   wise  investor.  The system of diagonal avenues is  suro to be Immensely popular. The  Idea is 'copied principally from the layout of Washington, D. C, one of the  most beau-tifii'l cities in the world, and  although instituted so long ago as  17.11, to-day represents one of the  most, popular styles of landscape  architecture ever adopted. Of course I  this system uses up considerable  more land, but the directors of Tuxedo park havo not economized, either  In this way or any othor way, and I  believe their efforts,to make this new  subdivision the most beautiful in the  west will certainly meet with tho approval of all resldonts of Winnipeg  who aro Reeking a suburban homo,  Among the other features Is a largo  reserve for athletic purposes and an  iktinlrnblo golf links, A parkway  drive, .l.iu fuut In width, will wind  along the course of the Asslnllmlne,  nnd all riverside houses will be required to fane in this direction. Another   point   is tlmt all Hewers, gas  pipes, water mains and electric light  ���������wires will be laid in the lanes. Thus  the streets and avenues, once asphalt  is laid, will always remain intact and  presentable.  "Trobamy the most advanced idea  is that of the speedway, which runs  almost around the suburb, it is laid  out so as to provide, (1) regular roadway; (2) bridle path; (3) horse speedway; (4) automobile speedway, besides boulevards, walks, etc. The  speedway is the longest straightaway  course in the world, and is a private  road without any intersection. It is  therefore entirely under the control  of the Tuxedo company, and no limit  can be fixed by either municipal or  civic authorities upon the speed of  those using the same. Certainly this  should prove one of the greatest summer attractions to those interested in  out-door sports. In a word, I firmly  believe that Tuxeao park, as it-is^QW  Glass Broken by the Voice.  It is scarcely credible, but it is a  Fact, that glass can be broken by the  voice. If you strike a thin wine-glass  while you hold it by the stem it will  emit a certain note���������in most cases a  pretty deep one. On approaching the  glass rapidly to your mouth, and  shouting into it. the same note as loudly as possible, the vibrations of the  glass being thereby extended, it will  be shivered into fragments. This  used to be a favorite experiment of  bablache, the renowned singer, who  would thus break, one after the other,  as many glasses as were handed to  him.  being developed, will prove one of  the most attractive, the most accessible and most pleasure giving suburbs hi America. The plan is ideal;  the method of carrying it out the most  progressive."  Mr. Outhet expressed both pleasure  and surprise at. what he termed "this  great Winnipe;;," and the hope that  the work he had already done here  would result in his early recall to put  the finishing touches on the plans for  the suburb beautiful."  Thomas Sabin of Eglinton, says:  "I have removed ten corns from iiiy  feet with Holloway's Corn Cure."  Header, go thou and do likewise.  The Spanish Minister of Finance has  introduced a bill to give the Spanish  government complete control over insurance companies.  ���������IMy Physicians Told Me I Must Die,  but South American Kidney Cure cured  me of that awful Bright's Disease." This  is a sentence from a letter of a well-  known business man In a western town  who through overwork and worry had  contracted this kidnoy pestilence. It  will relievo Instantly and cure all kidney  diseases.���������102  The leaders of the constitutional  democrats In Russia are divided on  the  question   ot   legislative  program.  CURED HIS WIFE  of_U GRIPPE  Quebec Man tells how the Great Consumptive Preventative was  an all-round Benefit  Mediclno Co.,  111..     ..     .IO'"    fll"  ll Hi-  iiuiiiiii   io  '1 iiini oi!  h- v.dii.i.  iiuilii'iici' s,  :l nil I  I IH' l  IIIVS   I  Illlll I  .nu-!  Queen  Na!nlit>,  <:������T������'<1    Kinii    A!  :  spend HHr������.(luivtii-.  if King Peter wi'!  Hicivin. is  mother of tho niur-  ..! r, I.s willing to  i i erect a cnt lied nil  i i'tii-i'iii to Inter the  . .... .uu.  ,\.>.-.\.iiiiii.-i  th  j.!h.yi.,1  ������!'      Up-  f 1! -  ,    . in      ...   t.i.. .  ,l.ll������'   ilJIll   lll'i-ll   i ,������  lliM*t(<i|   nl.   p:.\n,  finrc inid  ii.ivni!'  it ion t.iii.t Ih'ixi.iii...^  ce** VIatr.-trim- "  ��������� wn- r.iii.ii!'.  ll.I'l   Hie   i-|  i'.iii'i ic-iiii I'  i i  .HI ':���������!'!   ���������    ������������������-., |jl,,i .it uiii  Vl I,.-  ,     l'.:c    p������"|l.|l||.  ih������-|ii������Iim|, tin- iiiuiii������ii(>|i  sui'iH .-j      iiillii^bdi  hi iiniiii'di iti������ r..|M������t-  to   will.��������� "Sue-  Prevent Dl.s.iiii, i.  |iti������liis   ul'   |ii!<-;y:i1  l.-e'i; Vegetable  l',!V  ( d  to ininioillntc!",  ll.'���������.-,������������������      '-.llllt.Ul      Jn". |  goim: lo hod. fn!lowi  -At ilw first syiu-  disorder, Purine-  .-dn.irlil he resort.-  T-a-m or three nf  ���������'' UiUen before  d by dunes of one  Pale, Thin,  Nervous ?  ���������'. i., ��������� i.i -i in i in i ni- iiii'i-i' ninhts In  i-uee.'Hsiiin, will nerve as a preventive  i>: att-.fks uf dy.Hp.'iisJ-i an,], all Ihe  dhroiiiffitt* which follow In ihe train  ui that Ml <ltM������rii������M\ The means nro  smi;*!** when the way is known.  Then your blood must be In  a very bad condition. You  certainly know what to take,  then talic It Ayer's Saraa-  puiilla. If you doubt, (lien  consult your doctor. We know  what he will say about this  crnnd old family medicine.  Sold for over 60 years.  Thli li tin tint qnntfon four doctor would  <uk i "Ar* ������our buwtii rt-fiil-tr ft ju know���������  th*fj ihdly Mtlon of tt'    ���������    -  ���������tiMitlftito mimrjr.  ind your bow������li  ioaaiotArarli  "Al    .     . .. _      _,.���������_,.,,.  th������t il������llT Mtlon of tho bowoli ti ���������Molnffi-r  ���������tiontl*. to mavory. Kmj> yo������r Itvor Mtm  ���������nil your bow-{��������� jo-jufir 6/ UUngluMft  M?  milU  )L   BABVMOt  cimtT ncroiAL  iters  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, Cuban Itch on Human or animals cured In  30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary Lotion. It never falls. At all druggists.  It is stated in Bt. Petersbur,"," that  the jiiirug peace conference will, undoubtedly, go over until next autumn.  Tho Rovornment of Now Zealand  has startod In business us a dealer in  coal.  Mlnard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Sunlight Soup is bettor than otli#r  "���������naps, but is best when tis.nl in tho  Sunlight way. Jiuy Sunlight Soup nd  follow direction,*,  Kourteon hundred hiiIIoi'h belonglm;  to the Portnuui-Hu warnhlpH whioh recently mutinied are confined lu bar-  rncl'H,  ��������������� My wife took La Grippe when she was  In Ottawa,"says R. N. Dafoe ofNorthfield  Farm, Que., in an interview. ** She got a  bottle of Psychlne and alter using it for a  few days she was quite well. I took a cold  nnd am using it and am getting all right.  I think Psychine Is one of the best tonics  on the market to-day."  There you havo the whole matter In a  nutshell. La Grippe and colds are among  the forerunners of consumption.  This man had one, his wife had the other.  Psychine not only cured both but it built  them up so that their bodies are strong  enough to resist disease, All seeds ol  comsumption are killed by  PSYCHINE  *        (Pronounced Si-lcetn) ,  50c. Per Bottle  Larger ���������(��������������������������� tl and as-tall drugg-lsta  DR. T. A, 8L00UM, Limited, Toronto,  W   N   U   No.   M2  *B} t  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  . I  o*  HINDU ADEPT MARVELS  MANGO TREE GROWS FIFTY  FEET  WHILE YOU WAIT.  Visitor From the Occident Who Actually Climbed Up Into One of the  "Wizard" Trees���������Sal at the Feet of  Coomra Sami, the Philosopher of  Srinagur ��������� The Wonderful Rope  Trick.  The writer has spent six months In  Kashmir at the feet of Coomra Sami,  fhe philosopher of Srinagur, one of the  greatest of the thousands of adepts who  are to be found all over the wilds of India, They are not ordinary fakirs or  the Jogis, but the higher brotherhood of  Sadhu and Sanaysls, who seldom exhibit their powers and never for reward, Dr. Heasoldt says in The Occult  Review.  These marvellous Illusions have been  the wonder of centuries. If I could  produce anything like them and go up  and down the country exhibiting them  It would cause a sensation such as Occidental humanity never experienced.  I shall never forget the day and the  state of my'feelings when I saw the  mango feat for the first time. This was  In a large public square at Agra and in  the presence of about 400 people, forming a circle of penhaps sixty yards In  diameter. In the centre stood the "Sadhu." Some of the onlookers were, of  course, much nearer to him than others,  and he seemed to have no objection if  people came within tensor fifteen yards  of him, but the average distance kept  by th������ spectators was, I dare say, thirty  yards. Most of my readers will know  what a mango Is. For the benefit of  the few who may not I will say that It  Is am edible tropical fruit, about the size  of a large pear, growing on a 'tree which  reaches a height of from forty to a hundred feet.  Not a Cheap Western Trick.  The "Sadhu" dug a hole in the ground  ���������hy means of a short white stick���������  about six inches deep, placed the mango  In it and covered It with earth. I now  expected to see a modification of a well-  known trick practiced by some of your  ���������western conjurers. The performer plants  a bean or pea in a flower pot, containing quicklime at the bottom covered  with earth. The bean has been previously soaked In warm water for sev-  eral days and Is on the pointof germin-  A LONE WOMAN VOTED.  o������. cocsanui nDre on the ground, and  squatted down on it, eastern fashion,  with his  legs  crossed, which  was at  once Interpreted by the people as  a  sign tkat he wanted to addreas them.  The Hindus squatted likewise, and most  of them came around to the side where  they could face him.  A Buddha Birth Tale,  "unce," he began, "when Brahmadat-  ta was King of Benares, the Bodhisatta  was born as a white crane, far in the  Neilgherry   mountains,    near   a.   lake  where the lotus never fades." And then  .hi* went.on, giving the details of one ef  those strange and beautiful Jatakas, or  Wxtta-tjU.*-* of Buddha, of which an incredible number are circulating in India, showing how Mie great teacher, "or  the hundredth time, resolved to quit  the blessed repose of Nirvana, out of  divine compassion, to be'once more Incarnated In an earthly form and undergo the suffering and sorrow which all  terrestrial existence involves.  The Tree Disappears.  It was easy to perceive that the listeners were profoundly impressed with  the Sadhu's preaching, and as for myself I had become so absorbed in It that  I seemed to forget time and space. I  certainly did not notice what afterward  startled me more than anything else,  viz., the disappearance of the tree.  When the Sadhu had finished his discourse the tree was ������*on<������. Jt n-au-.t havo  ������������iiusn*a suaaeniy, anTyet the precise  moment of its   disappearance   nobody  could tell.   The   adept   quietly   arose,  folded up his mat,  then went to  the j On the day the carriage drew up at the  spot  where  the   tree   had  stood   and   door, and It was great fun.   I was driv-  kneeled down, taking from a small bun-1 en to the Little Titchfleld polling sta-  dle which he held under his arm a short! tion.    There was a policeman at th*  stick.   With this he stirred uip the earth,! door, and when he saw me he waved  and In a few moments brought   out  again the fruit which he had planted.  And Tells Her Experience In An English  Election. '  Woman suffrage ha." not arrived yet  In England.   But the woman voter has.  Her name Is Miss Alwyn Bussey, and  she is of German descent, her father  being a naturalized Englishman. She  is a teacher of singing, and she voted  at the polls at East Marylebone. Her  experiences are related in lively terms  in The London Evening News as foi-,  lows: , ,  "How did St happen. It is hard to  say. For eight years I have lived here  In my house (The Studio, AVa'.beck  House, 66 Wells street), and ono day  a man came to me and said, "You have  a vote.' My name was on the register.  Was it for me to quarrel with the authorities? But this ls the first Parliamentary election I have voted in.  "The other day Lord Robert Cecil  sent a canvasser. I opened the door,  and he said In a loud voice, 'Is Mr.  Bussey dead?' ,  "I answered, 'No, Mr. Bussey is not  dead. There Is no Mr. Bussey. I am  not married. I am Alwyn Bussey, if  that is any information for you; so  there.' And with that, I shut the door  and left the man standing speechless.  "Then.Mr. Langdon sent a canvasser,  but, he was a clever man. He said,  'Alwyn Bussey, I presume?' I said,  'Yes.'   He smiled and added, 'Well, you  IF YOU HAD SMALLPOX  YOU WOULD KNOW BY SYMPTOMS  DESCRIBED BY DR. HODGETTS.  Secretary of the Provincial Board of  Heallh Makes an Exhaustive Report  on the* Gruesome Subject���������History  of Disease Traced, Showing How  Type Has Changed to Merely Mild  From Terribly Virulent.  The very name of smallpox is almost  enough to cause anybody to shudder.  The ordinary mun has more dread of  the disease than of perhaps any other.  This is owing, no doubt, to the popular  idea as to lts4 deadly n iture. Within  the past few years, howeyer, there has  not been the same apprehension In regard to the disease. With smallpox  raging throughout the province all this  winter and several serious outbreaks in  Toronto as a result, the people were  not driven into a panic. Deadly as the  disease is supposed to be not one death  from.lt occurred in Toronto last winter.  Dr, Charles A. Hodgetts, secretary of  the Provincial Board of Health, has  Issued a pamphlet containing a clinical  description   of   smallpox   with   twenty  illustrations, showing patients with the  have got a vote, and we will send a car-   disease in various stages.  riage for you.'   So I arranged to vote. Type Hag changecJ<  The writer deals with some of the  misconceptions in regard to the disease  which    prevent    the  authorities  from  I was very close to him at the time,  arid he allowed me to take it in my  hand. It was an ordinary mango, an  unripe one, apparently, for it felt rather (  hard. I expressed my surprise at his  wonderful   powers   and   complimented I  adopting the preventive  measures, es-  nTs'haniTas Tha-ve" seen them "do when  sential to the prevention of epidemics.  they stop the traffic. -He   states that   there is a  change  in  "I said, 'What Is the matter, my good   smallpox from what it used to be.   In  man?'    He answered, haughtily, 'Women cannot vote,   madam;   don't  yon  know that yet?'   I asked, 'That is all  you know, I a going  to vote.'  "The presiding officer declined to ls-  hlm on his eloquence,  but  he  merely   sue a polling paper,  but I stood my   ������.      ^ *.     ...   .... ... . '      3 T   ' 1 -��������������� ,-!.���������������__ _-        1- *U������  ating. Then by pouring in enough  water to reach the quicklime the earth  is warmed to such art extent that the  germ is driven out in a few minutes,  forcing its way upward through the sail  and reaching a height of several inches  in less than half an hour. This will  astonish all those who are unacquainted  ���������with" the" wonder'of plant life.  Instead of this I was startled to see  in the air above the spot where the  mango had been burled the form of a  large tree, at first rather indistinctly  presenting as it were mere hazy out-  "lines, but becoming visibly more distinct until at length there stood as natural a tree as over I had seen in my  life���������a mango tree about fifty feet high  and In full foliage with mangoes on it.  A Shadowless Tree.  All this happened within five minutes  of tho burying of the fruit. It may  have boon three minutes till I saw the  tree, but as I had been at first looking  Intently at the Bpot where the mango  ���������was planted, the apparition may havo  been there even sooner, I was so Intensely surprised at what I beheld that  "Ucould hardly realize the fact'that I  was not dreaming, There stood a troo,  to all Intents and purposes as natural  as any tree could have appeared to  human eyes���������a huge tree, with a stem  at least two feet in thickness at its  base.  And yot there was something strange  about this tree, something, unearthly,  something gruesome. Thero was a weird  rlgidnesa about It. not one leaf moving  In the breeze; It stood there as if carved out of some hard solid,   llko   the  obelisk on tho Thames Embankment.  Another curious feature I noticed���������the  leavos soeinod to obscure tho sun's rays  and yot I could not detect a particle of  shade; It was a tree without a shadow.  But the most amassing thing of all  was this: after having gawd at It for  about two or three minutes, I slowly  approached U, wishing to mako a clou-  or examination  of  tho stein  and,  If  possible, to seouro somo of tho leaves,  Now In -proportion as I drew noar 'the  tree seemed to lose Its distinctness; Its  outlines became blurred and faded io  that I had to strain my eyes to retain  the Impression of Its form until when  about ten yards from tho supposed stem  the apparition had completely vanished,  Only tho "Sadhu" stood there, and he  smiled as ho caught my eye, but his  look was on* I shall not easily forget.  Not Too Near Nor Too Far.  And my surprise did not end here, for  no soonor had I commence** retracing  mv f-tpn������ than th* outlines of the tree  appeared once more, growing more distinct with uvery step UII, ut last, vw.un  reaching the spot where I had originally stood, It resumed the same marvel-  lous reality.   Precisely tho some thing  happened when, Instead of approaching  il.c i:\;   I *v;.*;t f !.'.**'J:-'." i*"**' ?������������������'���������"*. 'V  It faded, and Anally disappeared completely when I had about double  the  distance;   then came back again and  appeared as distinct as ever when I got  to my original position. And It was evident that all tho rest of the onlookers  underwent   the   Mm*  evpeHewe,   viz..  each Individual saw the tree only from  the plficc where he Mono".  The mango tree had now been in v*ew  fully twenty minutes, during which a  large concourse of people had gathered.  The adept who, until then, had not  opened his Una. now placed a small mat  smiled. I then offered him two rupees  and tried to engage him in conversation,  but he refused the present on the  ground that a Sadhu who practised  Voga Vldya was not in need of money,  and he begged to be excused as he had  a great "way to go.  A  Very  Real  Mango.  This was my first experience of the  famous mango feat, which I witnessed!  five times in various parts of India. On  one occasion I saw it performed In a  little village in the valley of Kashmir  near Srinagar, in the Himalayas, by a  -eertai;n���������Ram���������SurTOn^^  throughout the Punjab, and I am almost afraid to record this experience,  as it may be deemed utterly Incredible.  Yet I am telling here no ideal fairy  tales. The mango tree which this adept  produced did not vanish in proportion as  I approached it, but retained its full  realism, and I not only touched it, but  actually climbed several feet up its  stem.  On the west coast of India, about 230  miles north of Bombay, lies the city of  Bai>oda. It ls tho capital of one of the  semi-independent native states, Guze-  rat, and is ruled by a Maharatta prince  who bears the title of Geakwar, which  In plain English means "cowherd." It  was in front of tho Geakwnr's palace, in  the open air and in broad daylight, that  I flrsr, witnessed the Illusion, which, in  tho opinion of the Hindus themselves,  ls the climax of Sadhu achievement,  vis*,, the celebrated rope trick. I say  Illusion,, not because the performance  gives one any such Impression, or as If  that word afforded some kind of explanation, but for want of a bettor term  at tho present moment. What I saw  appeared to bo just as real as the fact'  that I am now engaged In penning these!  lines. ,  Where Is That Adopt Now?  A "Sadhu," after having addressed a  large assemblage of peoplo, and preached one of tho most impressive serm'ons  I ever listened to, took a rope about ilf-,  teen feet long and perhaps   an   Inch  thick,  One end of this rope he held In  his left hand, whllo with tho right ho  threw tho other ond up In tho air. Tho  rope, Instead of coming down again,  remained suspended, even   after   tho,  adept had removed his othor hand, and (  it seemed to havo become as rigid as a  pillnr. |  Thon the adept seized It -with bo������.h  hands, and, to my utter amaaoment,  ollmped up this rope, suspended all tho  time, Jn defiance of gravity, with tho  lowor end at least five foot from tho  ground. And In proportion as ho  climbed up It seamed as It tho rope was  lengthening out indefinitely abovo him  and disappearing benoath him, for he  kopt on climbing until ha was fairly out  of sight, and the last I could distinguish was hia white turban and a piece  ground. I said, 'My name is on the  register, and I am going to vote.' He  seemed impressed, but said, 'Wait a little,* and then there was such a consultation'  former epidemics the type of the disease was severe, patients suffering  severely from the onset, which was  generally sudden. Then during the few  days immediately preceding the appearance of the rash there was headache, pains in the back and limbs, with  accompanying* nausea and vomiting,  often incapacitating them from all  work. With the cessation of these symp-  I toms the rash began to show itself in a  ������������������ne oocy covered by clolhing. 7. After  the crusts fall off they leave a red instead of a pigmented spot. 8. Does  not appear on palms of hands or soles  of feet.  History of Disease.  Dr Hodgetts states that the first outbreak of the disease, in the province occurred in Essex County in the fall of  1S99, when 272 cases were reported with  one death, tne disease having spread  from the adjoining State of Michigan.  In the following years the disease became more widespread, the infection ins  m.my instances bein-< traceable to the  United State.*. In IMC-l it made its  -..ncearanee in the lumber shanties of  i\e*w uncano, creaking out at widely  separated points and making rapid progress before its presence became  known.    ���������  Cases In Five Years.  Since that the disease has spread to  the older pirtlons of the province and  has been with us ever since.   Following are the returns since 1900:  1900  1901  1902  1903  1904  Cases.  Deaths.  300  11  1.S3S  7  2.797  12  820  21  309  4  r. 7fiR  Kt  This is equal to a case mortality or  0.SS per cent.  Used To Be More Severe.  The statistics prove that the type is  not the severe character that it once  was. .'  Coming to recent dates we find the  type of the disease in the City of Montreal, in 18S5-6, and of which Osier in  his "System, of Medicine" writes, was  of a like shfttlar character to what preceded it. There were 3,164 deaths, and  of the 1,332 treated in the hospital, 418  died, a fatality of 31.3 per cent. In Ontario, during the years 1884-99, the following is the record of cases and  deaths:  "Then a young man 'came up to me  (pronounced manner upon the  exposed  with a red face and said, 'You can vote,'  and issued me a polling ticket, and 1  voted. But before that he tried to temporize. He said, 'Can't you come this  afternoon?' and, I," of course, replied,  'No. I have come to vote, and I will  vote now,' and I did.  "How did my name come on 'the reg-  iat&rJ_JCUis_diffto  they took me for a man���������in any case,  it is a mistake. But, then, isn't it  funny?" ,  A Moving  Welsh  Mountain.  The moving Welsh mountain is advancing slowly but surely on the villages of Troedyrhwfwch and Seb'asto-  pol, in the Rhymney Valley. ���������  The garden of the village / inn at  Troedyrhwfwch has been swept away,  but curiously enough, the inn, which  lies between the garden and the mountain, is Intact. The reason for this Is  that it was practically built some time  ago on a solid foundation of rock.  Close to the Inn is a belt of woodland In which all the trees are drooping.  Every house In Sebastopol bears  traces of damage. Most of the doors  have been wrenched out of shape, and  the keystones over them and tho windows have been forced out of position.  Many theories are put forward to account for the slide. Tho two most popular are mining operations and quicksand, Prof. Galloway, the mining expert, favors the former theory.  Tho inspector of mines said at a recent inquest at Tredegar that falls  caused more deaths In tho pits of that  neighborhood than In any o'thor part of  the country, and that the number had  Increased alarmingly during the last  two yenrs.,  Tho railway officials are watching  carefully for developments which may  affect tho line In tho valley. One of  them said recently: "This hns been going on for forty years, and may continue for another forty,"  parts, as face, neck, hands and Wrists.  The present form of the disease, says  Dr. Hodgetts, in many cases shows but  few pocks or pustules, and often their  presence   gives   but   little   inconvenience even when numerous.    The  only  sickness complained of   is before   the  onset��������� of--the rash, the/secondary symptoms being either very slight or entirely absent. The   persons   attacked   are  often able to follow their usual -occupations throughout the whole progress  of the  disease.   These  .misconceptions  have led the disease to be called chicken  pox; Cuban itch, Philippine rash, elephant's itch, impetigo and contaglvsa.  '"   More Cases in Winter.  A few facts about the disease as  a  result of the experience of the last five  years. The maximum number of cases  have   occurred    in January,    and   the  minimum in the summer  months,   although the type presented no variation  In   cold   weather,   as   compared   with  those cases happening in the heat of  summer.    The period of incubation is  usually about 12 clays from   receiving  the specific infection.   The cases have  been numerous  during   the   last   few  years where the 15 or 1G days have  elapsed before the disease developed Itself,    Tho quarantine   pertid   has   in  consequence been extended to IS days,  and In some States of the republic to  threo weeks.  Symptoms of Disease.  Year.  Place.         Cases.  Deaths  P.O.  1S84  Hurigerford  Township .  . 202  67  33.0  1885  Province gen  erally .   . 146  16  10.9  1889  Elgin  County..    49  13  28.9  1899  Russell   County   30  9  30.0  429.  105  24.45  AN UNDEMOCRATIC HERD.  Thought's Suggested on Passage of the  Agricultural Estimates.   ,,  Stock-raising was one of the first topics-1that��������� came���������up���������in^he���������Legislature ���������  the other afternoon���������The Clock (H.F.G.  in  Toronto  Daily  Star)   forgets   what  item in the estimates suggested it���������'but -j*  it was good for half an hour's condensed experience and pertinent advice.  Hoarse voices were lifted in favor of  the horse; others, not to be cowed,,  spoke up for the bull. For a democratic assemblage great respect waa  shown to pedigree. There appears to-  be a movement afoot���������reactionary, one  would say���������to foster privilege. It is-  broached '# put the name of the bull  of distinguished lineage in one book;  the name of the standard bred sta'llion  in another, Only those animals figuring  in this quadrupedal Debrett would  have the sanction of the Government.  The other, would do their best with-'  out license or Government favor. This  design to ennoble a few animals at tho  expense of the rest may havo its good  points, but the Clock views with alarm  all such attempts to establish a registered aristocracy. With tho equality of  man drawing gradually nearer, shall wo  take the backward iitep of creating class  The Initial symptoms of the disease distinctions In the animal kingdom?  aro not of a serious character. Its ap- | Never! One cow should bo as good as  pearance is mild and Insidious. The , n������ udder. Fancy encouraging any plan  first signals of Its approach aro a head- ������f society among our dumb friends,  ache and a backache, accompanied by I which would entail a darter. Klng-nt-  nausea and vomiting. Tho symptoms ' Arm9- or nn US'-*--* of tho Black Rod,,  nro more llko those of la grippe than j or something of that sort!  anything else.    The temperature goes |    Ou the othor hand,   everyone   must  sympathize with enlightened efforts lo  Real Old Oak. '  A wonderful rollc of the past has  been brought to light at Yaxley, Peterborough, In the discovery of what Is  most probably a hidden forest. At a  depth of seven foot have boon found a  numbor of oak treoR, which have Iain  burlod, It Is estimated, for something  like two thousand years, One huge  tree was 60 feot long and 2 foot In diameter  Most of the trees nro almost perfoct  In condition   and   aro bolng   sold   to  up from 100f. to 102f��������� and the favor continues for from 24 to 72 hours, after  ���������which tho temp.Tn.turo bocomos normal. Tho eruption appears from a fow  hours to 72 hours after the onset, and  consists In tho first Instance nf mlnuto  red macules which disappear on pressure, They are not hard to the touch  nor raised abovo tbo surface Often  within a few hours the maculno bnenmo  ���������papules, whon tho shotty feel 1b first  noticeable, A fruitful source of tho error of diagnosing tho dlsoaso as chicken  pox, In iho misleading statement often  mado by tho patient that the rash began  ns vesicle*-, wherons ho should say ihat  tho eruption was first noticed when  voHlcllatlon bognn. It takes from one to  three days for tho rash to como right  out, tho vesicles Increasing In slste, Tho  change to tho pustule sometimes begins  ns early as tho fourth day, tho rash on  manufacturers   of   nntlque   furniture,  of the never-ending ropo." " Thon' my   an<! ���������*���������* American millionaire has made  tho face sometimes shrinking nnd dry  eyes could onduro the glare of the sky *"        '"        "'"     **'" "'"  ' ���������������������������--���������-���������-  no longer, and when I looked again he  was gone.  I have seen this marvellous feat on  four different occasions, performed In  precisely tha same manner, and tha  mystery Boomed only to deopon with  f\ioh i*i*������nMt������<itt Tt h.rxt "pc-cr. th; t;���������.n.r*.-3  Ing wonder of India from a tlmi������i nnt������-  dating perhaps the building of the first  pyramid.    Marco Polo -was profoundly  purchases for panelling hia mansion  with the old oak. Altogether about  eighty trees have been raised, and hundreds more ore loft In the ground untouched, at a depth of five or six feet, In  nearly all the cases tho roots are found  attached,  The tree* txre found !n elus'fi-.rn of  three or four, pointing in different dlr-  ec'ivim, and In mi..tc iitoiancLM tboy i.ty  across each other. The wood Is extremo-  Imprcssed with It, and Tavernler, who! ly h"<! nnl0ftn "���������* I* w"-rk*? ,bv  visited India about tho mlddlo of Kha'  seventeenth century, spoaka of It in  iv������i iju >. uiui ptAiiuy unm-1* ma bwwi-u-  ermont.  machinery, Some of the trees are being  out up for use In Mr Astor*s mysterloua  tti inn Inn h'MpVi in luoritr hull! for him.  nnnen-nktn* 8,000 Years m, xt.  Tho uame of tho first ropeinakcr and  thnt of tho lnnd In which he practiced  his art have Doth been lost to history.  TWnre the br������fflntilng of the hlstorlenl  "(iifloi! conrldcrabJe skill hail been acquired In that line. Egyptian aculp-  turea prore tbat the art waa practiced  at least 2.000 yean before the time of  Christ  Hit Exuust.  A milkman in n country town was four Inmrs after the fir.-it  brought befotte tho local eourt to answer a charge of adulteration of milk.  "You are charged," said the Judge,  "with a most wcrlous off urn****, of selling  adulterated milk. Have you anythln������  to say in annwi-r io the charge.'"  "Well, your honor," replied tho milkman, "the night before It was ralnlr.fi  very hard, and the only eause I can  give la the oow must have got   ���������������������!  tfcroufk. .   I  Ing up Into thin crusts, nnd Is shud from  the face and neck often as early as the  tenth day. In other portions of tho body  and extremities tho course of lnHiiniH In  prolonged. Tho average rliinillon of ibl.t  typical form of smallpox Is slightly under 21 days. ,  rilW*r������wf Prnm f*>MM/nt<i*>w  Thi** e\\\ef i*>hnri*i"tiM'!������M,->������ which ."l"-  tlngulfh ehlokenpox from tho jin-H.-nt  mild form of smnllpox nro given by Dr.  JI'idKoltj-i nit follow*; 1, ciilcki'iipiix is ������  dlHHiHo chiefly confined to childhood,  being only occasionally ���������������������-���������-������ In udults.  'I,   ll   ri'l'.'jiy   .1.1.H   IIH i������iUIM<i  1.)  Vi,  \>1'1'K,  piiHHlng through the atmcx of ���������jilmplo,  vtwlcti* and nciib, often within twenty-  ippcari.nco  of ihe }u.pulnr rone spot th" veHlele ilc-  voIoih. 3. The prernor.ltury fyiiiptoiu-.  nro but slightly mnrUi^l; indeed, are  fri'i|iii'iitiy wauling .niu.,'. tner. 4. 'I ti>'  tempi nil uro nccoriiprtnl-<������ nr t lluwx tin-  l!|,jn ,H .(lire of She  l.l-li.     ������i.  'i'ue  \e������|.'ief.  of chh-kt-.ipox ore ov<>..| or irregular in  app.-imtnee, and atin.n their m txlnriin  development much quicker than do  thotK- ot tunaUpox 6, Tho erupt int., a*  *, rule, ai'Sears flr������t **��������������� ���������*������* ���������*��������� ���������������������������������������������������*��������� ������������������'  Improve tho breed and quality of all ���������  that is to bo found on tho farm.   Although we do not go as far an Duff,  who believes that llr ��������� trees should pro.  I duco fur-lined overcoats, wo do think:  | that spring chickens with four legs and*;  1 two   liver   wings,   for   the   lionnlltiK-  houso  trndo are finite possible.     Wo'  agreo   with   Donald   Sutherland    that  whllo llulstelns  urn good   beef  cattle,  much might be done by blending thoin  ' Judiciously   with   Iho   Iknnstolns   and  I riubenslohiH.   Sdonco will yot evolve a  1 cow thnt will glvo milk punch which  | Is moro sustaining,than tho beverage  j now drawn from that source,   Thero la  j somethings too, in tho theory that by  I feeding dales  to  hens,  tho fresh  egg  l may eventually bo stamped by Nature.  I As for sheep-raising, we look forward  i to the happy day fur women whon thero  j will bo nono but Persian lambs, hip  length, with mink revers,   It Is undcr-  xtooil Hint the farmers havo a new kind  of /van under way���������a sort of Cotswold  batlerlng ram that will butt an automobile into the next concussion.  Major   Hugh   (Mark   has   tho   right  lilif.  when  he contends that tho loaf  I sugar should bo found neatly packod  I III.MiH'  Hie   Ui'fl  as  HOtJIl   l\H   Ul������   lUHCIOUS  ���������'"���������V-   V':   ''iiVi*.     J.,    hoiuy   ,'(,. t. n-ji  ' credit for pointing out that the barley  i would lose no lime In growing a beard  I If the seeds were shaved before helms  ��������� planted,    Charley Hmlth  snys  hn Iiiih  h.'id     I'n'id     re"iill������     from     n     or in     of  j whiskerieHs   onls   rnlwd  on   the  ofllco  | towel   o.   the  Soo  Express.      Hr.ihani  Is,   perhaps,   too   f-tmgulnn   when   ho  ! t".'������yn thnt. the pumpkin pie will event-  ] miily   bo   picked   directly    from   .iho  ; vine.    KeiKi.H ni, who iti a lawyer with  a  )<niw!i ili'o  of  i)n\ry  proc-s^M,   hn<t  , been   oin-   of   Um   flr*t   to   j-e<     that  lbi'iucfurt  ehi'esi- can be m.iil>>   marri  pr.itliiiMo    liy    Riving    tin*    c.n.siimer  j more  holes  for  his  money   and   less.  ' I'lu-enw     The truiii of this will e .mo  homo to everybody who has considered for n minute tho simple ntrueturo off  the duuuhnut.  ��������� ��������� ������^Z.    h -inliiu;- i , 1.11.41, .,������,rf^������J\^>J.  _Jf^_^pff3JL_^^^^i%t^ip,t J^ffm g0Jpvr$fA.  NEW.  SHOES  We hav*-,- just open"  ed the finest stock of \  Shoes ever shown in  the district.  Mens' VYomens' and  Childrens', in a-11  qualities and styles.  Call and see them.  $UGGS 8" WHYTE  Estate of Robert Duncan of  Sand*wic"k, Comox District  Uh-JEAaifiD   lNLESTATE  TAKE NOTICE ih.il letters ot admin  istratio.i of the pergonal est.ue of the said"  Robert Duncan who died on the 14th day  of February 1906, have been granted by  the Supreme Coun of British Columbia  to Eric Duncan of Sand wick aforesaid,  and thai all persons hav nig claims against  the estate are r quired to send full particulars thereof to the said Eric .Duncan  at S mil wick on ������ .before the 21st day of  August 1906, after which date the Admin  istrator will distribute the estate having  regard only 10 claims of which he shall  have received notice. All monies o-.vmg  to the dece'ared are.payable .forUnv.ii.h lo  the undersigned.  ERIC DUNCAN, Administrator.  jy4 Sandwich B.C., May 21, 190C.  IMPORTANT NOTICE!  Seven    Sutherland   Sisters  beg to announce to tr.e la'b'es   find   penile-  iumu of Cumberland that ihey have n.u'de ar  raiigenien's with   A  li   P me y,   Druegia ,  and will hold daily de.nounSration^  for t >o  weeks comineuring Wednesday Juue 20-,h,  regarding tri-atme.it of the Hair aw". Soil p.  They respectfully invite Everyone to call an ,j.  ciiiisult with them     Uonie md seethe Lou���������>  >  B-autiful Hair gr^wn by   the   use   of    th0  I  Seven    Sutherland    Sisters' !  Hair GrOwer anil   Hair  and j  Scalp Cleaner. < anailiau Head I) -  flee, 11 Oolborne street, Toronto. J. H.  ���������Bailey, 'Foreign Manager.  . v*"VJ":'.';|iL.L."r"'v-s.i'  Royal BSffkof Canada-  V  ^^ V      capital {paid up),. ,$3,000,000  Reserve Fund. ......  ..8,437,1$$  Total Assets    .36,373,576  T. B. KENNY. Pbrsids-st-. E. L. PEASE, Gxneral Manage:  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank DepartmeM.:--Depoaita of $1 and up-yarda received;   Interest allowed at current rates, compounded twioe.each year on 30th June and 31at,J)ecenilier.  DrafU 011 all points bought and sold,  A. B. NETHERBY    Manager.  OFFICE HOURS  10 to S;    Saturday 10 to 12; open   Pay Nighta 7 p.m. to flp.m   1  "#'  I'  a.,  ���������?f Advertise*-.3 who want their ad  nhingea, should get copy in by  0 a.m. day before issue.  irjC"ne (flditor will not be responsible for the  yjewfl, sentiments, or any errors of coniposi-  tion of letter correspondents.  *   (I'd. 315. Hnoerson, fl&or.  Job Work Strictly C. 0, D.  Transie-jit Ads Cash in Advance,  v' fSjjJUKI) EVERY WEDNESDAY.  Butoaenption  $tf 00a yo ar  A COUNTRY WITH A FUTURE.  It js &<���������$ ^ price .you puty for a furnace that makes its cheap  or expensive, hub the fuel it aff������tward!s consumes.  A common furnace may cost you $5 or $10 loss than .a  Sunshine,", but if it eats this up the first winter in oxtra fuejj  ���������what do you gain? Nothing, but all the annoyance and extra  tvork that go "with a poor furnace.  The ��������� Sunshine " is in uso from Halifax to yancsottyer,  and we have hundreds of testimonials from pleased users.  Bold by enterprising dealers everywhere.   Booklot free.  " )  '\Cj*i^~aJl  \  LONDON,   TORONTO,    MONTREAL,    WINNIPEG,   VANGOUTBR,  8T.   JOHN,   HAMILTON.  mmaamaaaaaamm 11.11. in. mmmmmmmmi      1. , ���������������������������������������������  WEDDING  PRESENTS  Is The Use''  ��������� .'  of sending Ji<aBt  or away anywhere for yonr Watches" and Jewellery when you  can get them as cheap at home and ?ec, what you are getting..  Watches from $2.oo to ifSlGQ  Clocks from  $1.00 to ������50  Rings from $Loo to $lQO  Jewellery of all kinds, and a line line of RICH CUT .GLASS  At McLEAN'S,  The Pioneer  Jeweller of CutnMani  ���������^���������-hHM^'-H'-'H'M^ 1  v  $  ���������j*  -I**       A   Suggestion  for  Every  *I*    Glance  in  my   Window  or  Show Cases.   As a Gift Store then-are  ^Hi:TvaTr":~You nlFy be-"  cure modest, yet pleasing  Gift:-, for Hrt.livllea.-* $100,  with every waned price  between, up 'o $100.00.  ���������Vancouver'!" Island, and more especially the part lying on tbe East  jCoaet, North of Cumberland,  will  ^orae day be land of wealth.   Larue  preau of arable land lie in this belt,  /someof which is  lightly   limbered  and easily cleared,  Home   heavily,  f)Ut which will in time yield to Hie  powerful Bleuin  ciuiue-i now liemg  ptnplpyed for land clearing.     Pari  of thiB area lie*- in iho C. P. R bolt  and part is j-overnnn.nt land, individual   holdings   bnjiij"   fciillored  throughout   in   various  geotipna.  Thoqunl.ity of the land wh.-n cleared in of nurpriHing excellence,  and  ' (Ihe climate ia such thut the blizzard  blown, front dnod nettler of tho Great  Northwest nii|il������t well il.iuk lie was  transplanted from Had*-* -o  Klj'ni'  *jw.     Drawbacks? of oninse il| 10  ���������arc! what place in without tb.-m?  'Thto rainy rtioiu-r* iliu lal.uu   ut   i.y  pome, but ftrnn-je 10 nay, a   e> ulor  from thefcold East, thoujjrf bo may  ViUnt ihe gl'irn-j of thcf-p.,  cul.l  Ontario weullii"-   of   hl������-i���������-li-1-ivin.������  tormptiAnii g������jt id. w.JI rt-i.iou. have  the humid < Innate for tbe <'"M ope  Jih wai* 1 en red n.. tropn uf all  Jcmdn flourlt-h in*1 in no other ti.-ji  iwrale climate, rr'.-.ii :.-���������, pro-liu-d  In amajf-inR iibund nice and of nn-  lwrior quality, und v-uier, to hard  Jiard tci get in many section!-, it* of  i*ho bout quality and plentiful. Ad  j hay producing   etciion,   and   in  C. H. TARBELL  Sole Agent  Gonpeq'.eni'o, f������������r dairyiiif-.,ii4u**lri"H |  our Island is un-iirp.-Hod lleesihrne  and gal bur vam hloren of (ino iiin ey  from tne clover which luisi taken pos  eewion of large tracts, as well as  from ninny flnvoring Mi rubs and  treeH. Fish and ������amo abound in  ���������'lumbers-, and tho term ������������������ Hportf--  mene' Panuli.-o" is* il, t  in       this      conned ion  The great drawback at preient is  tbo luck of railway conmiunicntioii  People argue v ith truth thai fruit  tntiHt have ready shipmont to bo pro,  lit ablo, and the hiudo applies to  many other prodiietH. VV^on a  railway tups the North end, tbe Island will rome tot he fore wjtii leap*"  and buundH and incitlently ijiat  nil way will   eap profit.  'j'romHQf, Norway, 23rd���������For the  shipped to France and re'.timed as  dece'ving of expenuve brands of  sardines Tbo tat of hon-os is mm-  hivly collected when not frold dir-  eetly lo American concern.*-.  Lard also goes to France as saivliiii-  oil The entrails uf such horses  are used for saimago casing**. Tho  fat "f diseased hops is refined aiid  used as lard, Patrick Kelly ������nday  tos'il)et! that he had hia arm caught  iu a sausago machine and taken off  at tljo elbow and that said parts of  arm wore cut into shreds by the cut  ter nnd thut contents of said cutter  were dropped into different laid  tins, none of which wore emptied or  destroyed.  Ottawa, 20th- -All tho  Western  subsidies are as follows,   all   being  tM-co������.d mm. v>,khu 11 ijoiiijii  yei+is 1 iw-ui'o--. Vi vii.ii.iu.il and Union bay  U uni|iaii, the Aiutriuan explorer, is  here completing preparmions for ������*���������  dasl) into th* polar regions which  lie*- nl the very cUps of iIim North*  erp town. If all goo-* well another  \yeok will see the American-- ready  fir thoir air tihip flight oveo the Artie sea with the North Pole uu their  goal.  Cinragn, '2."������h I (1hii!i!;o llei.Jtb  DopartmciU inveHligaiinii disclosed  the fact that in tho Par-King Ijoupoh  he:,' ,1,-ad ttogn eollncteil from the  city a!!������/ ��������� are rod need lo ������>il   to b  ii 0., on niile-*, fM7ti,Ul)U; Western  and Alherni Railway, 50 miles,  fl60,000; Kootenay Central, Golden to Inlen.nlional Houndm- I7rt  miles, mm 200; Kettle Hiver Valley, Grand Forks up North fork of  Kettle Jtivor. o.\S niile.s, $100,000.  Nanaimo, 2tHh | A general meeting of ine lk>iinl of Mine Kxamin-  ors wn** heVI l:i--i ni'-iif ft vcj decided to hold t'X������t!iunations for 1st,  2nd, and 3rd class certificate-* at  Naiii.iino, Fernie and Cumberland  ou October 23rd, 2-1 th   and   25th.  Stoddart  Watohraukfr & Jeweller  ^������������������H**H*,*.**!H*J>i*'H*,*^*tM*-M''*W***W~I**i*  All qualifications now required by  tbe board fi'om intending candidate- viz: a certificate from a duly  qualified tnedienl prac'Hioner cetv  tif ing that the candidate has tak  en a course in ambulance work fitting him to render first aid in injuries received in coai mi net*. Tho  examiner-* are, E.' Priest, F. Ii.  Shepherd and Chas Graham.  Victoria. 26th j Joan Dunsmuir  and Kilna Wallace Hopper who are  appellants iu suit against Lieutenant Governor James Dunsmuir, to  upset lhi-.- will of Al -xander Duns  muirbv which a'l the laticr'a ])ro-  pei'ty 'M'n(. to .lames, haVw, cont-oii*  d n.al 1 iiuir li'iptvils lo the Iiuperi'il  pi ivy council aud now will p.osent  their case in July.  Two Of A Kind  A lady of uncertain age, severe  mien, aud be spectacled uoeo, a few  days ag( lined up behind a row of  j ivial drummers registering at one  of our popular hotels. The clerk  assigned each a room as registered,  and when the lady's turn came, he  said, ���������*Madame I am afraid we can*  not give you a room   wo are  rjuite  jn.t-u uy , mo iuuj liietoiUM  that biie must and would  have a room. The polite olnrk curl  ed his black moustache in perplexity, whon a happy thomrhl striking  him, he said, "Ahi I have it* You  can sleep wiih tho telegraph operator". "Sir!" ������tormt'd thc client,  "I am a ludy", Quite so, quite so,  madame, to is the op-jrutur".  WMRMWIMMIi IMWWMWMMHHBnWKflMa  Tlie tni-o'vmj.' m the score (or the Cum  berlaii.l Gun Ciub l;mt Monday.  T. Ii Hate, a, 16; T Home, a, | j; F.  PtirJ-s, a, 15, L. Coe, y; K. Kan.nay, a,  i,*i   H. Mcl'Uce, 4, 16;   IV Piket, a, j������  jJVOTIOE.  ^my person or jit-ri-oiis tAund cut.-  ���������Aiifi^r i.einovi-ng liniher irom   Lois  15, 20y;nd tl*e i-.otuh   22   acres .of  /.he .Fraciknial' N. W. ������ rice. 80 \nu\  ^rac ionai S W jnf 8t-c.3U .(97 A<*J  ?���������/ Township XI.  Nelson   District^  uill be pro.-.euied according to iuvy  GrjiAftTo- .Mp.UN'V.K. '  *������,.       Cunii.ei-ii.i.d j..'������. ,yui l'yo^r  cufyiee-HLA-N.������.  at  Ohoicest jyleatts  Su-jolk.l ut ljO\\\-.*i ^lifkpf, t>ffmt  Vegetal? leg  A   Ucoai   Varinty   wiij   -Jways hp  in  f-touk ;   a Iho u supply of  Fresh Fish  will   Im on balu eyiry  Vyofhu,-<iny  Yoai' p-in'oiiag.' ia cm^iall,-,- ji^ife'*.    W(*  nil (ird.-ro will bi yi-ou-ptly it,ol'Uii*u.l.  J.  ot Son  PR.QI-Klfl'J.'OKS,  Pyll Evenings,  Are Banished  when you own a  Columbia  GfSjjfjpphone  ly Wim, haivi''-'.'  TIIRBK8TM0SIG  THE FUNNIEST SONGS  THE MOST LAUGHABLE  b lORIhH  i.niirr at vni'i: iovv kiiik-iihi-', at  a MiiiiKii.vrK (,'hst, U'hith voh  (!,vr.\;.ui;i 1; uu c.u.l /it  FLETCHER BROS.  VfOTOJlIA, NANAIMO  VANCOUVER,  Hole A^ciUH Vnt 11. C.  A  Fair  Trial  Tf=l .AT.^iTj **>1"r*F! jvsi-r '  J UST a chance to show you that  -J we a) way* please our customer!  byoupplying them with tho BEST  MlCATtf at the lowont market  prices. A trial order will convince  you.  THE  OITY  Meat   Market,  W. W. McKAY, Proprietor.  i*

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