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Array , -    V'^^.-'S  ...        U������t^\:  TWELFTH  YEAR-  CUMBERLAND,   B; C.   WEDNESDAY   JULY 19,1.005  AT THE BIG STORE  1  LGREATVREUUCTI0NS1  ������������������Aaa ��������� iiw^i  I SUMMER I GOODS)  We are now clearing up all our Summer Blouses,  to effect this we are allowing 25 0/0 Discount.  Don't Miss This Opportunity.  Childrens and Misses  Straw Hats, at Greatly reduced prices.  3 doz Ladies Fancy Cotton Wrappers, Special values, $1 25.1 50, 1 75 each.  Ladies white and colored Duck Skirts, $2 50, $3 00 ea  Summer Corsets, All sizes," 75c each  Childrens Pinafores and Ready-to-wear Dresses  20  per cent discount on All White Wear.  SimGti Leiser & Co. LtD.  \^y<r������Wl^*-H-Or  t������*m*ww*y^***aA'*i  ^a  -���������  -    ��������� ������������������ '**���������������������������; :t ���������    ;,      ,,.<;.   " v     ,  NieholiesK  61/^YATES STREET,   VICTORIA, B.C.  Just received large shipment of  ^.Wi  IKO'lsT   A.GKEJ  Hi.  Wkjhs  CULTIVATORS,  SEED DRILLS,   WHEEL, HOES, Etc.  . VKRV l.AWl' IMPJIOVRM'l-'NTH  Call and seo them or write for catalogue* und prioes.  P 0. Dmwer 563  Telephone 82,  Sole Agents for B.O.  Much lo the Careful Houi-ekeep-  who needs a now  FlfOOR  COVERING!  -thut Will Look Cosy--  -Wear Well���������  ���������nntl Not com Too Much���������  JAPANESE    RUGS  in Orient il Dodgm* just ibout lit ihc������e requirement* perfectly.���������WE HAVE  OPENED OUT A CHOICE COLLEfTUiJf of RUGa und SQUARES  in l-lciuiny l*ttU������rn������ and Color Combinations,  - Here are the S'lea* and Prices   18 x 36 in, 75c each,  30 x 73 in. $3.50 each*  3ft x 1 aft, $6.00 each.  7ft 6 in x t>fi, $io each  toft <��������� ���������'���������ft tr'ton onrh  34 x 48111,  $1.25 each'  4f' x 7fii     $4.00 c.u'h.  30 x 60 In, $3.00 each.  3ft x 9ft,    $4.0.1 each*  3fl x I'll, $7.00 each. j 6ft x 9ft, $8,00 each.  9ft x gft, $1300 each 9ft ���������< '2ft, $������fw>n each,  rnvnh    *-*onoftiirh I '2 x15ft, $35.ooench.  Send along the She vou tvanl  whllo th* choice ia good.  jpifT^^  Probably nothing 1* inure Ralitfac-  tory than good reliabit food prod-  qqii- Tht Inner m*������ tlway* want*  th������ but, FftiUcuU? people find  |Mrfff������lfMlfffwfoti tn buying tutir  ii<y������stt$ m mi His w*  Local and Personal  Oor RIO SHOE SALE will be  continued for iwo more we������*k<* 20  ne*- ppnt off Embrace the chance.  Napier & Partridge.  Mr P. Dunne has opened out in  business in the Whitney Block  Mr C. H B. Potts has removed  his office to the Pamc block.  New Snndp 10 lb for 25 cents  Napier & Partridge.  The two lot** and row of cabins  on Windernere Avonue.'known ns  ������������������Wilson''* Cabins", have latclv been  sold, Mr Charlie Webster being Ihe  purchaser.  TF A To introduce our Carton Ten  at. 35 cpnis per lb, wbilsl nol ice an-  -ponrs in Cumberland News, it-wi''  ho solri for 25 cents lb. Napier &  Partridge. ������  Misse5*   H.   Frame   and   Misses  Matthews were receiving conprntu  latinns from their manv friends on  Monday, the result of their success  fill, examination   for High  School  Entrance, all three little girls are  under fourteen vears'of see    Mas  ter A   Mnnro has'the ��������������������������� distinction  of being the only boy on the list.  T. F,: Bate has jnst received 1 ton of  Wall Paper.  Cnlsimo. the best sanitarv wall'  R E. Walker late, manager of  the Cumberland Branch of the  Royal Bank of Canada ie spending  his vacation iu this district.  A daughter .was born to Mr and  Mrs Dan Stewart on July the 16th.  When a charge of any nature is  made against, a man and he neither  affirms nor denies, he shows him  self to be a coward or else clearly  proves his guilt.  Walter Woodhus is able to he  out on crulcheB after his re  cent accident at Oyster River.  While harrowing bis horses took  fright arid ran away, to save bim  self he jumped,,breaking a bone ii  his ankle.  Mrs Kirkwood and daughter and  Mrs Waller Whvte of Vancouver  are visiting frioiida and; relative* iu  Cumberland.  - 1905 -  Wall --Paper  JUST AKHIVRD AT THB  The  ;""y"3""j""C"$"3  finish, n*Tal l~sli a d es, for Bffl ebyC���������  H. Tarbell.  Miss Kathleen Dowdall is a patient at the U & 0. Hospital, nnf-  fering with appendicitis.  . Mr J. Frenoci was "brmighUtr.  the same institiiatinu on Sitmday  lnst, the victim of a very severe  paralytic stroke  .;F'������r. Gardpn Hop, Lawn mower",  Toe Cream frepj--*rs,. Mixed pain's  and hrnshps, Wallpaper, Hammocks  Tennis .Racquets. Fishing tackle,  Poulirv netiing.Gardentoola wheelbarrows, etc. etc. Go to the Big Store  The Youna People*' Guild of the  Preohyterian Church gave Miss  Ruby Short a farewell social in  their School room on Mondav eventing. Miss Short leaves shortly for  Vancouver with her parents to re  Ride there.  The Newest fad** in fancv work  Proctor's patent Wheel or Squarea  for making Teneriffe Lace  Stamped scrim Devlips awl table  covers To be had at The Rig Store,  Rev Mr L Hall is competing a  recreation room for the uso of young  folks, in the basement of Grace  Melbodist Church,  Coined nnd Ron-������t Beef lib tins 7  for $l.oo nt Nnpiur ifc Partridge,  Mr Geo. Grieve has been in Vancouver for the past week superintending the completion of bis new  residence* n* Mt Pleasant. Mrs  Grieve and children will join Ihe  other members of her family in  th.tt.inwn next week.  Miss Anderson who has had years  of experience niw'ng in Chicagu  I nnd California visited the U. -v. t;,  I Hoopitn^ last wock nnd expressed  herself deligbtiA with the building  j nnd its conveniences.   Miss Ander  vieillr.n    witb  ���������v ,. *   < ** f 1 r*i rv  \*mj v    "r  FOR   SALE: -Rowboat,   Clintr*  buiit,   IB foot keel, 4 foot beam,  centre board, four oar* and Mail, nil  in Amielasa vondi'iou:   Price $80  Apply, R. Duncan, Union Duy.  Mixed Pftinta only 10c and 12Jc  per tin. At the Rit-Stor-*, to clean  up odd lint*.  1 *"**'>  relatives ir. tbe District  The Nannimo Herald announc*-*  tho npproacldng mnrriaRe of Mr  Mark Hfor-mn of thismwn and Miss  Janet Frnme cousin of Mr J Frame  and Mrs L. MouneoJ Cumberland,  "Jfetse Jame������" the well known Ior-  ger, was brouaht to the Hospital  on Monday fufferiiif*. from thc effects  ol a out received iome time ago.  A CHALLENGE.  I am instructed on behalf of the Ladysmith Football Club to challenge the  Cumberland F. B. C. to a game of association lootball for a purse of Ten Dollars  ($10) a man, or more, the game to-be  played on neutral grounds with a neutral  referee. We are willing to leave the  choice of referee tu the Vancouver Island  Football Association, -. Money to be deposited before the game. Trusting the  game can be arranged soon, I am,  Always in sport,  . JAS. ADAM,  Secretary L. F. B.C.  VOTE OF THANKS  On behalf of the Ladysmith Foot  ball Club I wish "to extend to Mr  AuiLMri-* Sam Shore a hearty_yote_  of thanks for their kindness to the  Ladysmith Team during their short  visit to-yo������r city on the 12th inst.  We all tippreeiate their kindness  j-nd rilso ilv> celebration coramit'ee  for giving us the privilege of taking '*  part in tbe sports,    I am,  faiihfully vou's,  J JAMES ADAM,  Sec'ty, L. F. 3. C,  MAGNET  CASH STORE..-  100 Patterns to choose from.      "^  2 Double Rolls for"25cts, upwards.  ilmse LtniQ'*, Mixed P*.int������, 50 Shades ot  .-Vla'taMtino, G lameU, Status, Varaish,  Whit-teg. Brushes, etc,  T. E. BATE,  DUNSMUIR AVE, Cumberland  -t'"**Mr"M>'"'**f-r-"N  - 1905 -  Wall > paper  Mrs Short and the Misses Short  left for Vancouver this morning, in  whichcity they will reside in future*  Mr Short will follow his family in  a few weeks Many friends met at  the train'to hid the travellers bon  voyage, and the universal esteem  in ft hich the family were held; makes,  this going a loss which will be long  -felt-uLthis._place. We wish them,  joy in their new home, _    ~  ''������t"H'*>I"M^,M**iH*<M*<*MMH"*H**l**M������  Mrs Dr Davis with her juvenile  troupe arrived last night. H. M.8������  Pinafore at Cumberland.Hall to  night and Thursday night. 76c,.  and 60c. Children 26c  ^^M|..^..j..f..i..t..H,'i"i"i'ii,,i"i"i"i*'r'  EAT   f Kill  of all kinds when inwmoHa  j IVE ON IT if you can and you'll be  healthier in summer than ever  before.  QUR Fi<UlT is always the best quality  tbat come-t to town and we can afford to sell it r asonably Ikjoiiut*e we  handle eo muoh of it.  JJY  PLACING YOUR ORDER early  with us for Pieseivmg Peaches you.  will  be pure of getting the  beet  quality of fruit nt the lowest price,  Need any Fruit Jars.  Tbe Canning Hcason brings a demand for sealer*  which we prepared for mouths ago. We sell only the most  reiiaoit- kind.  Pints, Quart** and Half-Gallon sizes at loweat.pricen.  Jelly Ulairev, with metal tops, 70c. per doz,  NAPIER & PARTRIDGE.  am*mmmrmm*mm*mmimmaJ*l, \ * ^FVH*>      ^*V^\  MY LADY PEGGY  GOES TO TOWN  By  FRANCES AYMAR MATHEWS  Copyright 1901, by the Bowen-Merrill  Company.  But hia lordship has turned up tne  path toward the castle and met Mr.  Frewen, to whom he is explaining the  necessities of the situation.  Mr. Frewen approaches. 'Tiaa young  man of a pale, cadaverous countenance,  ���������whose first bow to a highwayman ls  Indeed, though he Ond him in durance  vile, a timid one.  The supposed Tom Kidde gives the  man of the cloth eye for eye, so that  this one goat** and stumbles in his  "Now who do you call yourself t"  speech, and finally, leaving in the rear  all his preconceived plans for a hasty  reformation,    he   promptly   remarks,  opening his prayer book to the riband:   ^Yojaknow your doom. Mr. Kidde.  Shall I pray for you here?"  "Faith!" says Lady Peggy, plucking  up heart once her resolution is taken  not to reveal her secret, come what  may, "I do not know my doom, sir.  Pray for me, sir, an you will'; there's  none so much deserves or needs it  Pray on."  "Hark ye, Mr. Kidde," says Mr. Frewen, lowering his voice and, for tlie  credit of his soul, with gentleness at  his heartstrings.  "I'm not Mr. Kidde, I tell you. I  swenr't!" says her ladyship firmly,  "Well, well," says the man of the'  church, "mayhap that's an. assumed  name, but surely now, sir, with not  two hours of life left you, to mo, me  alone, sir, it wero wiser drop all dis-  gulseo. Surely now you aro not Sir  Robin McTart?" in a soothing and sorrowful tone.  Peggy winces.  "Go seek aud ask all tho noblemen  and gentlemen I'vo named, sir. They'll  quickly set mo to rights in your oyes,  I pledgo you. Oh, sir," cries she, whispering very low, "I speak the truth. I  am no highwayman."  "I am usod to quibbles, Mr. Klddo.  I know that now you are no robber,  but merely a prlsonor under sentence  of death."  "What!" cries she. ������������������ 'Tls not possiblo that a man ls taken, tried, dlsnl-  lowod to provo himself and put out of  the world betwixt sunrise and break-  fast in tho rclgn of bis majesty George  III.]"  "'Tls so," answors the curate, pulling tho rope and leathers and pushing  hor ladyship around a bit toward the  east as ho points what ho considers a  salutary finger. "Yonder's tho gibbet,  Mr, Kidde, and from It you must haug  by 8.  I implore of you now"���������  Lady Peggy's eyos aro fastened upon  the arms and crossbeams of Iho gallows, which nro outlined cloarly against  the deep blue sky und full la tho shine  of tlio spring sun.  "Woll," says slio to horsolf all In a  flash, as thoughts can travel throe  abreast ofttliuus and twelve times  quicker than tho scrivener can sot 'em  down, "I'vo boon a vory accursedly  wicked girl; but, thank God, my pride  ain't all gono yot, I'll hang, but I'll  never glv<* up my secret! Whon I'm  gono If thoy find It out I won't be horo  to bo a-hearing ot tno mum* una jw-w  una *������������������'mini tinea, ami ul -u> uojIIhsc'h  and father's sorrow**!" At this point  Fcggy Is very near to team, when tho  curato says, Interrupting thoir possible  flow:  "Now, Mr. Kidde, it you tinvo any  messago for-your wlfo���������pcrlinpH?" ho  ejaculates hesitatingly nnd with good  knowledge that the marriage ceremony  was onu umuilly omitted fioiu thu codo  of gentlemen of tho road.  "I J..IVL- no v.-.T'.'" or!-' l.-*r ladyrhtp,  In a heat betwixt her reiuutyo for lier  ���������ilin-ltlH iMid li.������' iUn'-lli> I..U4 la!U:kiU>Ui-  ooHs of Sir. l'rewen'n *jii<*������tloii.  '���������(ir It mltrlit li<-." -Mii*jri*r**st������4 11-1*- one  with ������ sIkIi. "you hnvo a llttlo child,  Mr. Kidll--?"  "No, sir," f-nys my hu\y, very low  nnd quick.   "That 1 haven't."  "A dear friend and comrade?" pursues the curate.  "Yes, I have," answers she, for during all this hour just past a thousand  thoughts have come to Peggy about  Sir Percy.  "Ah!" responds Frewen joyously.  "Now tell me where he is to be found  and Intrust me with the message, and  be assured all will be carried out to  your wishes."  "Thank you," says Peggy. "Free my  right hand if you will, give me something to write with and the leaf out of  your prayer book, and I'll ask you the  favor."  The curate, under the strict superintendence of Biggs, who has all this  while been dispatching boys on horses  hither and yon to notify the quality  and the countryside both that Tom  Kldde's been taken and will hang at 8  from the gibbet a-top of Armsleigh hill,  loosens her ladyship's arm of the thong  and gives her a leaf and a pencil with  the top of the post for a support.  "To Sir Percy de Bohun, Charlotte  Street, London," writes she. "plese An  you lov God And The Kinge goe not  evar Again toe walke onne The dove  peere at The Bottomme of littei Boye  yarde Their isse onne swares Toe  Kille you & you 'doe This isse writ bye  onne now noe more."  Her ladyship folds the scrap of paper  over and over, hands back the pencil to  Mr. .Frewen, and then she says:  "Sir, will you promise me on that  book you're holding in your hand you'll  not look at this or send it until I'm  dead?"  "I -will," answers the young man,  more touched than he care's.to admit,  even to himself.  - "And further," says she, "will you  pledge me your wcrd it shall reach bim  it's intended for before this time Sunday?"  ;T will," is the reply, "unless it be in  the depths of Epstowe and inaccessible  to my horse or myself."  "'Tis in London, eir, and quite accessible. 'Tis a warning for life and  death, and I'll count you fail me not  nor him whose life you'd be the means  of saving." -  "I pledge my word, Mr. Kidde," replies the curate, backing away to make  room for Justice Biggs, and with the  very laudable sensation in his mind  that he is to be the instrument of pre-  15fvT*rg���������"Some���������unknown���������from���������the-  clutches of the doubtless repentant outlaw's own men.  In less than five minutes after, Biggs  had marshaled his cavalcade and rode  forth of the stable yard of Brookwood  castle, his white cob at the head, a-hold-  ing in his left hand the duly signed  warrant for the execution of one Thomas Kidde.  The earl, mounted, rode next, with a  dozen of his servants, and in the midst  of these my Lady Peggy, astride of the  black once more, but with face to tall,  hands tied together and no hat to her  head; Mr, Frewen at hor side, walking;  a motley crowd growing and gathering  at overy stop about hor of gaping, wondering, jubilant and curious persons of  all ages, sexes and conditions.  Never a whimper out of my lord the  Enrl of Exham's only daughter. A set,  rigid look about the drawn lips and an  unearthly pallor shining through all  tho dark stains her ladyship had been  a-using of late.  CHAPTER XII.  |&S yet in the depths of Arms-  #m lcigh copse no news of tho  _������--& supposed highwayman's cap-  **���������*--��������� *���������������������������"���������* turo had penetrated, although  tho earl, with commendable foresight  in behalf of tho entertainment of his  young daughter and her companions,  had sent a messenger to Impart tho  sight shortly to bo had. The messenger, having a sweetheart In the othor  direction, must needs go appraiso hor  llrst. So tho gay Ituliou and their cavaliers sat on falIon logs, strolled hither  and yon, knelt to sop their bits of linen  In tho dewy hollows, laughed, chattod,  dnbbed thoir faces, now lacking any  coat of crimson suvo that which naturo  might have vouchsafed, and made great  show of a flno rural simplicity,  "Hoofs! Hoofs!" cry all thoso fair  ones, n-dnHlng this way nnd that,  stulllng their napkins Into their bodices  as a courteous volco, with n "By your  leave, ladies and sli'H," grouts thoin, and  nono other than Sir Percy, self und  lionui spout in his fruitless search for  tho supposed Sir Robin, emerges from  tho brlcllo path across tho common at  tho edgo of tho copse.  "Tho top of tho morning to you, Sir  Percy do Ilohun," laughs Lndy Biddy.  ���������Torcyl" exclaims Lady Diana.  "Prittioc, wliui uie you uuiug uul ol  doom ut tiii-j iiuui."  "Seeking May dew, mayhap," suggests tho Honorable Polly,  "But nay, your ladyships," returns  he. "I am seeking Sir Itobln McTart."  And ioruiwiwi Mr Porcy procfuu* io  glvo them a history of the adventures  of the night, omitting no smallest detail of tho proweM of Sir Robin, Ho  has just concluded amid a burst of  tumultuous "Oliw!" "Ahsl" "Luds!"  ami a vaat <I<".it uf ������������������.inuu'sonUIng sympathy nnd a ninm-trous collection of  pretty oalhri and iMiMH f������r Turn Klddo  when Into the center of this colloquy  Jump* Lord Up ml; wood's wesm-tiger,  nudging IiIh sweetheart behind n tree,  to tell as best lie can his errand, to bid  ail the coKtuauy at ouee to see tht  sight, it now not lacking more than the  quarter to the hour when Mr. Lambe  will adjust the noose and send one of  the boldest and most courtly young  outlaws of his day a-swinging to his  deserts.  This information, it may be Imagined, was received with acclaim by all  and by Sir Percy with positive joy, his  only regret, as, dismounting and leading his jaded horse, he walked at Lady  Diana's side, being that Sir Robin haa  so contrived to give them the slip and  not even to have the happiness of witnessing justice done the rogue who  had so near deprived him of existence.  "When '11 we see the gibbet?" asks  the Honorable Dolly, panting with her  quick pace.  "Soon," answers Lady DI.  "Ochone, an' I hope we'll not be  afther beln' too late to see It all!"  chimes in Lady Biddy, short breathed  too.  "Percy," says Diana, "up In your  saddle and spy, for I'd not have us miss  so fine a sight for a hundred pounds!"  "No sooner said than done!" answers  Sir Percy, de Bohun from atop of his  horse, where he shades his eyes with  his hand and gazes off to the hill where  the gibbet stands.  "Heaven!" cries he, clapping spurs  that send spurts of blood into the eyes  of one gentleman and a shower of sand  all over the whole party, and away  with him, tearing up the turf as he  goes; into the midst of the strings of.  gaping, jostling, hurrying folk; scattering 'em right and left, leaving 'em in  his wake dumfounded, picking each  other up. Through the high street of  Brook-Armsleigh village, clatter, dash,  plunge, vrith prick and urge and goad  of thigh and lash, and straining, starting eyes fixed on the face he sees outlined against the fair blue morning  sky; the brave, undaunted face, dark,  under its yellow hair, bearing the  strange likeness to his lady���������his lady,  nay, this is his lady's lord and love for  whom he rides���������and with noose about  his neck now, and man of cloth and  man of blood both at hand; this one  with book, that one with cap, the sea  of open faces seething breathless all  around.  "On, on!" whispers Percy, bending to  the bow and whispering hoarsely to the  long roan, his very soul in tremor, his  lips parched, his forehead and lip drip-  ping-sweatr-���������-������������������ -1���������  Into the midst of 'em, nearly throwing Lord Brookwood from his seat; off  his beast like a thunderbolt and with a  long leap up on the boards beside  Lamb, the butcher, and Biggs, the justice, and Frewen, the curate.  "Sirs," cries he, "what's this ye're  doing? This gentleman's Sir Robin McTart of Robinswold, Kent!" Tearing  the hemp from her ladyship's throat,  from her wrists, pushing away the  three of 'em and half lifting the supposed baronet in his lusty arms, he  drags, carries, swings Peg down to the  ground and up into his own saddle.  And thon the explanations, the astonishments, the monstrous wonder of  It, the humility, tho subjection, the  apologies, the supplications of all these  lords, gentlemen, ladles, worthies, worships, vagabonds and multitudes!  Womanlike, ns she sits there for a few  moments dazed, so sudden fetched from  death to life, sho has but the thought  that 'tls to him she lovos sho owes deliverance.  But none of their hospitality or  amends will Bho havo or even listen to,  no tarrying at Brookwood castle, no  smallest glance back for all the wheo-  dies and coaxes of Lady Diana, Lady  Biddy, the Honorablo Dolly and the  rest. All she usks and gets Is her  scrawl from Mr. Frewen.  Courtly acceptance of Lord Brookwood's abject attempts at amends-gracious bows, bands, words, lnughtor at  last���������and my lady In a hastily procured  post chtiiso bids the gibbet at Brook-  ArmRlcIgb village farewell and starts  for London, whero she swears she's  due and must uot fall of being for tomorrow, Sunday.  Sir Porcy, too, affirms ho must up  to town without delay to hnve the  honor and ploasuro of himself rehearsing nt Will's tho splendid courage of  Sir Robin and his almost miraculous  escape from a horrlblo und Ignominious  death.  In truth Percy longed, after the excitements of tho past four nnd twenty  hours, to be alone, to neck, an was bin  wont of late, In somo unfrequented, ob-  scuro part of tho town, such as the desolate neighborhood of the Dove pier, nn  opportunity to ponder upon Lndy Peggy, to guess fruitlessly of her whereabouts, to curse hlmsolf nnd Sir Robin  who unit w nit a ������uum I.....,., ..ii ���������,;.vi'  i'l'.-Jy 'ilJoivcd, Jit 1.-nown how to win  her from him; to marvel how at every  turn 'this same baronet appeared to become entangled In his own mattors, to  nii'"''!rm If Peggy worts- Indeed now the  lawful wedded wife of this gentleman  from Kent���������in brief, to pester fnto with  uuorJes and surmises far too numerous  and Intricate to set down.  Thus upon reflection he purposely nb-  fentod himself after his first visit to  SViiru on reaching London from cIiIht  pf the chocolate or coffee houses which  lit* vas necuHtomed to patronize, knowing full well thnt tho mo*t pressing nnd  *il'������i>rMrig things ho should bear would  ������1I have Sir Robin McTart for text  let 'Us quite true, too, that Sir Pet  "Sirs, what's this ve're doing t'"  cy's case was a bit out of the usual, Inasmuch as the mystery of Lady Peggy's present abiding place remained as  deep today as 'twas a fortnight ago.  "Well, Grigsoti," asked his master as  his man appeared unsummoned, "what  Is it?"  "Asking your honor's pardon," replies  this one, "but I made'bold during your  honor's absence from town to go down  to Kennaston castle."  "Well, well," cries Sir Percy excitedly, "what news?"  "With submission, sir," replies the  man sadly, "none. Chockey does nothing at all but cry out her eyes from  morning till night, and went on her  knees a-beseechin' me to find hor ladyship, which all I could coax out of her  by my best endeavors at wheedliu' the  seek, sir, was that she last saw her ladyship s'tandin' "���������  "Where, where?" gasps Sir Percy,  seizing Mr. Grigson by the arm with a  grip of steel.  "Before the door of Lord Kennaston's  lodgin's, sir, in Lark lane���������a"���������  "Yes, yes; go on!" with glaring, gazing eyes fixed on his man's ruddy visage.  "A-talkin*, sir, to some one a-slttin'  Inside of a most elegant chair!"        '  "Did she see the man's face?" he asks  -tenselyr���������~���������'���������������������������- ���������        -���������������������������  "No, Sir Percy, but her ladyship bade  , Chockey go home and not tarry for her  and make such excuse to his lordship  as you have learned before.   And, asking j-our pardon humbly, sir, Mistress  Chockey  is of the opinion  that  her  ' young lady got Into that chair and wns  carried off, a willln' wictlra, sir, to tho  'h'altar, and married to the contents of  the chair, sir, afore that wery noon."  "Hang Chockey and her opinions!"  mutters Sir Percy under his breath,  picking up his hat from the table and  rushing into tho street, nigh to choking  with his emotions and his despair.  He turned the corner, nlmost knocking over a couple of link boys in his  path; tossed them some pennies for  their tumble, and into Piccadilly.  "Fare, sir? Fare, your honor? Fare,  your lordship?" cry a half dozen of 'em.  And ho jumps into a hackney chaise  purposeless.  "Whero to, my lord?" asks the man.  "To tho devil,'" replies the passenger,  "or nnywhoro else! Only drlvo fast and  let mo down within walk of the river."  Percy de Bohun ts no cowardly Bort,  even to think of ending his woes in a  watery grave. He is merely a brave,  sore stricken young man whose whole  faith and heart have been pinned to  one who has forsaken him forever (as  he thinks), and, with the Instincts of  his kind, he is glad to be here, away  from mankind or woman either, to get  his grip once more on himself, to fight  put for the last time, he swears, the  wild, jealous covetousness which is 0  tugging at his heartstrings, to quell  the. tumult in his soul and then to get :  back home to his uncle's house like a  Christian and, God helping him, to  lead a decent life and a brave life for  king and country in the great new  world across the seas. His eyes are  bent upon the ground. He neither sees  nor hears, nor would heed if he did,  aught about him.  In truth, there Is not anything to  hear save the river on its journey.  But there is something to see���������Sir  Robin's tw,o desperadoes, a-lurking yonder up in the close shadow of the timbered tenements which line the precinct on the side where the oil lamps  shine.  Across the narrow street, where the  huddling houses,, with their broken  chimneys, rag stuffed windows, flapping strings of bird cages, old clothes  and forlorn archways, are deeper in  gloom even than their opposites, there's  ambushed another.  'Twas indeed Lady Peggy, her heart  in her mouth,- her breath coining fiercely betwixt her tight shut lips, the  drops standing on her forehead, each  hand grasping a pistol ready cocked  and hor dark eyes pinned to the two  crouching objects not three yards away  from her. Anon, following the jerk**  of these worthies* thumbs as they indicate the, tall figure with bent head  s.till pacing the pier back and forth,  she.knows, her lover and his doom are  Hearing each the other.  Will high heaven help her?  Her ladyship cannot hear them, If  indeed they speak at all, which, is unlikely, the language of such gentry at  such crises consisting usually of signs.  Luckily for her, the glint from the  Three Cups, meager though it be, falls  athwart the cutthroats, who now move  stealthily down the, yard toward the  pier, timing their pace so that they  shall reach t'other side of the rickety  fijoat^vhen their victim shall attain the  hither. It falls out as they have designed, and now not ten paces separate  Sir Percy de Bohun from his end, when  CHAPTER XIII.  THE man, who ls shrewd and  has In his time fetched and  carried many gentlemen of tho  first quality hither and yon,  takes this one's measure and sots off at  a touring paco down to tho city, past  tho Tower, across tho brldgo, Into  Southwark, back over Southwark, up  to Westminster, to Plmllco, past tho  vory Putlled Hen, where at this very  moment Sir Robin McTart himself,  und not his sol dlsant, sits huddled In  his upper room ovor a fire, cheering his  small soul with dreams of murder and  lovo, On to Cholsou and a whirligig  round again to that region which froths  foully ovor to tho Thames bank Jn  Llttlo Boy yard nnd tho jutting, rotting, croaking old Dove pier.  "This bo's a young nobleman," soliloquized tho cabman, "wot's In lovo  or else Is a-modltntlii' on n-tnkln' his  own llfo or a-ruiuiln' away from tho  Jews or from his gamin' debts, or I'm  not ,1 nines Finney. An* this hero's tho  spot for him to bo dropped at. Tho  river most 'nndy. also deep, and h'lf  he's bound to inaUo an end of hlsself  no rutin wot owns a Iiohh Is an worthy  of the reward wot'll bo published for  llie recovery ol ma iuiumiij.-, n'iti .tt,  mc." Wiih which iAuim 'vflirlli.'H |ht>  chaJ.se Is bio tight to a sharp stu-xlstl]),  causing Percy to start from bin melancholy and look out of the pano,  "Whero are we?" nsUt* he, riot at first,  SUCH let UlU Uijiui 01 ma h.iuvmi,,, ta-  ognlzlrig a spot with which, as Sir  Robin hud been at pnlnn and espouse  to have discovered for him, ho was  indeed of lute most faiiilllar.  "This ho Dovo pier, my lord," nn-  pwet'iVI .TntiK"- Finney, now -lexccmllri"*-  from his box nnd standing respectfully  ut thc U'liii'.-l.  "Ua! Ven. to be mire, I'll get out!"  Ho does so nnd pay* the faro with  such largess ns make* Mr. Finney,  through hit tanned bide, almost blush  to take IL  Seized Percy from tho rear,    "  Poggy darts light footed, having cast  aside hor,shoos, down her sldo tho kennel to tho plor, bringing her exactly; *  behind tho mnrdorors.  With tho slow, precise tread of belngi  accustomed to such enterprises, not too  hurried at tho performance of a not unsavory task, they sWp over Into Sir  Percy's vory wake, Poggy at thoir  backs, noting now, with hor pretty  noso within twolvo lnchos of thoir catlike heels, tho gleam of a daggor Jn th*.  bund of each.  Boforo sho hnd thought, tho two  scoundrels seined Porcy from tho roar,  tho ono clapping his hairy hand ovor  tho gnmo's mouth for n gag, tho othor  grasping tho young man's two hands,  whlcli had been hanging Idly clasped  at his back. Not a word, a whisper,  even a gasp��������� ���������  But two shots, sounding llko ono an*  striking Sir Robin McTart's hirelings'  In thoir flanks, Inylng thorn on tho*'  ground, froo Sir Percy do Bohun,.  stunned, bewildered, to yet catch merely a glimpse of n flguro running to tho*  pier's end, jumping Into a hont, then  llltf  Mil hi!  ui!   <|U4Ctt. UUia   i.tult,CT  i,.iw   i'..C  blkiiw   ussd   tlio   bhrinirns   cf   the  Thames,  With drawn sword bo gavo hlmsolf a,  rap on tbe chost and bolloved he had  been dreamlnir^ _____  it mountain iiokneit should como  upon you your bitterest enemy wllli  lead your horse for you. Tbe symptoms are those of babltual drunken*!  qosi. All the limbs shiver, and In tht'  bloodless faco the eyes have tbat ex.  traordiuary look of Insanity which is,1  I think, earned hy en Inability to focna  them. Tlit speech comet wltb difficulty, and tn one case that I saw tha  mental coherence was as obviously at  fault ������������������ tbt pbrilcal. ��������� Uodor'f  "Lbana.** m ammiifi ittis  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  WESTERN CANADIAN tiJlTORS *  7     ' ���������  A series of articles describing  their lives, their aims ������nd  their influence.  No. 33.  ��������� O. SHOEMAKER. *  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������S  0. SHOEMAKER.  Editor and" Proprietor of the Alberta'  Advocate.  The contribution of Ontario to Western Canada, in men, brains and money,  ���������will be an ever abiding debt. The  West will be under obligation to the  premier province in this regard for all  time. The obligation is .recognized  universally, and honored gracefully.  Sometimes, it is true, the amount of  the debt is overstated byj overzealous  Ontartons, and this leads, not to resentment, but to   correction.   The   men  ��������� who-do-this-are-usually���������.politicians,!.  anxious to win a little cheap local or  provincial popularity by lauding to the  skies the accomplishments of their  own people, even at the expense of  truth. But though Ontario has not  done for the West all that is sometimes  claimed, it has undoubtedly done much,  and Westerners would be the last  people to belittle the work by which  Manitoba and the Territories has so  greatly benefited. Ontario farmers  were the pioneer tillers of the present  generation of Western tillers of the  soil. Ontario commercial houses established western branches, and the  biggest of enterprises now flourishing  in the west, were founded by Ontar-  ions. In every department of effort  and activity the same is true, and in  no department is Western obligation  to the older province more distinctly  asserted than In newspaper work, for  much more than half the editors and  publishers of Manitoba and the Territories are of Ontario birth and  training. In new, unpalnted prairie  towns, built to await the coming of  the railroad, in mining villages in the  mountains, as well as In the older and  more populous centres, it ls much  better than even betting that the odi-  tor of the local paper ls of Onario  origin, and the odds are tliat he learned the case and stuck type on a six  or eight page weekly somewhere on  the back concessions "down eaBt."  Among tho Ontario newspapermen  now firmly and finally settled in the  West is Mr. Shoemaker, ono of tho  editors and proprietors of the Alberta  Advocate, published at Rod Door, Mr,  Shoemaker Is a Port Elgin boy, anty  like many another future journalist,  washed rollers and devilled, and learned his business right from tho bottom.  It was In tho ofllco of tho Port Elgin  Times, ono of tho moBt respected and  reliable of eastern local papers, that  Mr. Shoemaker learned tho mechanical department of tho publishing busi  ness. He worked his way upward  until he knew practically all that was  to be learned in a small newspaper  office, and, still desiring to improve,  he turned his eyes to a bigger centre.  Naturally, Toronto was the centre of  attraction, and there Mr. Shoemaker  spent some time, improving his technical knowledge, and widening his  experience. When he felt himself  sufficiently equipped, his desire to still  furthr broaden his knowledge of the  printing craft took him still further  afield. He went west. His first stop-  aing place was Chicago, in which city  he received valuable training in metropolitan journalism. From the Windy  City Mr. Shoemaker went further west  until he got to the Pacific slope. He  worked in some of the best offices in  Vancouver and then headed east  again, stopping for a time at Fernie,  B.C. Three years ago he located in  the Canadian West in June, and last  year, in partnership with Mr. D. A.  McLean, he purchased the Alberta  Advocate.  It will thus be seen that Mr. Shoemaker is a man of wide experience in  the mechanical work of newspaper  production. He has worked in offices  ranging from such as those prevailing  in the majority of western centres up  to the biggest papers published on the  continent. On >he news writing side  he has fully approved his ability. He  has the "nose for news." He has  clearly defined ideas as to the field  that a country paper should cover, and  in which field it should be supreme,  and bis constant endeavor is to em>  body those ideas in his own newspaper. The concensus of opinion  among his fellow workers is that he  has succeeded well in this endeavor.  The Advocate is a fine example of what  braias, energy and taste can do in the  production of a newspaper in a town  so small that nowhere else than in  Western Canada would it be dreamt  that it was possible for it maintain a  successful paper. But it does, and  does it well. The editor does his part  ���������he gets the news, writes it up, always understandably, and sometimes  with grace and humor. He expresses  without prejudice, his opinions on  public questons as they effect local  interests, and his editorial remarks  soon become crystallized into the prevailing local judgment. And the merchants and the farmers do their share  to maintain and prosper the enterprise. The latter all subscribe, and  the former finance the proposition by  their liberal advertising support. The  printer-editor sees that the makeup is  tasteful and the presswork good, and  thus by the hearty co-operation of all  concerned, a paper is produced that  is a weekly wonder to any easterner  knowing the sparseness of Western  population, but unaware of the triumphs accomplished by Western enthusiasm.  The Advocate is in many respects  a sample of the product of Western  conditions. Hitherto it has been a  success. The prospects are it will  continue to be one, and greater as the  continued inrush of Immigration and  the increase of population give its  proprietors ampler means and wider  scope for their enterprise.  I cured a horse of the Mange with  MINARD'S LIN1MEWT.  CHRISTOPHER SAUNDERS.  Dalhousie.  I cured a horse, badly torn by a  pitch fork, with MINARD'S LINIMENT.  ���������St. Peters, C. B. EDW. LINLIEF.  I cured a horse of a bad swelling  with MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Bathurst, N.B. THOS. W. PAYNE.  To the rude question of a dissipated  passenger on board ship, "Why do you  wear that thing?" (a cross), he replied: "For the same reason that you  wear a red noso���������-as a mark of my  occupation," ,  This filling of your hair!  Stop It, or you will toon be  btld. Glvo your hair somo  Ayer's Hair Vigor. The fall-  tog will stop, the hklr wJM  Hair Vigor  grow, tod tho setIp will bo  cleta tod heiMiy. Why bo  ottlified with poor hiir when  you csn mako It rich?  {-**rt������JlC^  thick Hair'  Master (to youth being examined In  English history)-���������With what crime  wns Lord Bucon charged? Yonui (as  if by an inspiration)*���������With writing  Shakospoaro's plays,  seeing them running from the field,  Bhoutod at tho top of his voice: "Show  him tho paper! Show him the paper."  OVERALLS  and  Working Men's  Garments.  ' Tl"   ' -  UNION MAD*  All Your Frlandt-^irmtn, Mlwa,  Railroad Men and Mechanics  Wtar Thtm,  ASK POR AND INSIST ON OtTTINa  King of the ROAD  BRAND.  \J IM**������ 0139  = ("CrT  If a man's wife is a  good baker, nothing  but the best flour is good enough for her. There can bo  no greater extravagance than the use of inferior flour, i  Winchester Springs, Feb. 27th, 05. <  "I read about Royal Household Flour which is purified by eledricity. I also read about the woman paying  freight 25 miles before she would be without it. Royal  Household was not sold in our town, I was asking about  it and my grocer told me to wait a day or two and he  would get some, and I am glad I did so. My wife is a  good baker and made good bread out of other flours, but  what she has now made out of Royal Household is so far  n.iead that I would, be willing to pay freight fifty miles  instead of twenty-five, rather than go without it There  is no flour 'just as good' as Royal Household."  (Signed) JOHN HENDERSON.  Now, is there a sfcigle woman in the whole country who, after reading what  Mr. Henderson says, will not at once send for the Royal Household recipes and givo  Royal Household Flour a trial.   Mention this paper and address  THE OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS CO., LIMITED,  MONTREAL:  "^  JUNE  are the Best MdKths to Make Money Raising Chickens  Chicks hatched then grow more rapidly and require less cure than  at any time of year, and the knack of running the business successfully  is acquired under the most favorable circumstances.  One good Mny or June hatching will bring out a brood of chicks  that sell about October 1st for enough to pay for an Incubator and  anothor batch can then be started that will get the chicks out in time  for the Christmas market. The next batch will bo ready for the March  and April market,-'broilers''commanding the very highest market prices.  A good Incubator is the foundation of real success in poultry raising, bringing the whole matter from guesswork to certainty,   Wo furnish you with a  Chatham Incubator  on easy terms.   No oash to pay until Novombor, 1905.   By that timo It should havo paid for Itself.  Nothing else raised on a farm pays like this, and tho beauty of it all is that tho women folks or children can  easily attond to the very small, amount of work thero is to bo dono. Half an hour or to a day U all the time  roquircd.  Gottlng tho right Incubator is protty nearly tho wholo tiling. Tho Chatham is tho  gftfoat and surest Incubator mado. It does tho triok ; 100 por cont. hHtohos ovory time  if tho eggs aro fertile. Bather thnn go into details of construction horo, we will print*  fow out of many hundreds of testimonials:  Brighton, Ont., April 16th, 1008.  Tbo Minion Campbell Co.,  Chatham, Ont.  Dear Sir,���������I loM you whi*n I r*colvei" my Inmihator  and UroixJir Mutt I would let you know what ���������macfil  I hul with my Unit hati'h, whan tht Incubator ar.  rived I went ������ml got unci to put In It, ami ai 1 wa*  anxloui to |it It itarted I took til the eggiI could  from th* party, and he had only enough io I ooulil  not pick tnem over. There were tome -null onoi and  ���������orne lorn* nn'il narrow, an<! at I afttrwanli found out  h������ wm keeping Iwent-'-tevan hem with ont cookril,  aothtydtil not look very good on the n art, I put  fl"ty.������fx mg* Into tht Iiion'iutor "ml followed tha In.  itruotloni -ilotely, and 1 got fifty ohloki, two having  dltd in tht ���������hell' which I think ll flriMaii. They  art ah strong' and lively. 1 am lorry I did not ordir  tht 100 iltiInottad of tht 60. I hive It now filled  with sixty wbltt Wyandot* tgg*  I with you oould  tell mt when I could get a food poultry paptr,  t-jinnlilnj-'Umt wouM milt n UgTnntr.  Youri truly,  ii. ii. nAruoErt,  "rtnxM4. "irifrhton, Ont  P.S.���������I would rathtr attend to an Jnouhmorihan  ont hen now. There li 101110 latiifaotlon In knowing  tbat If you look alter them you will got chloki.  Viteni.Oiit,, April 16th, 100J,  Thi Manion CampMI Co.,  Chatham, Ont,  Deir Sir,���������Tht Incubator that w* purehaitd from  you on tin 18th Jan, la������t li certainly a dmdy. Out  ef a Na 9 !noub������u>r with 88 fertllt tf-ri I got 70  chn-kim, and tiny ar* all I'Mng ind healthy, I  uied li iralloni of oil, I thluk tain ll no better  Incubator in tb* world.  Youri truly,  um. -joiik nonfioy,  Vileui l-.0��������� OnV  MAH0O]f (UMFBIU.  Wo hart similar  Every Incubator  letters from every State in the United States, and every Province in tho Dominion.  we nub out is ths best kind of advertising we do, for it soils many others for us by its never*  fulling results.  The Chatham is built en honor, and its construction snd workmanship *t* as perfect m  an txpsrionoo of fifty years snd ample capital can make them.  The ChrUh&n -rar, the firrt Yr-<*-'.-V^������*? Tr-.n-ff- ir-M ���������������������������������������" g**-"**! t>n<"i������h to ���������.-fr**."* "f !*** w*V**v*i  taking ehaneiw that it would mnV* its erwifc for thr* poultry-nan hofora it wm paid for.  Don't imagine for a moment that It Js any longer possiblo to make big poultry profits ly  setting hens.   As hatchers hens arc as out of date as stone hatchets.  If those erratic, uncertain birds arc kept busy egg-laying initead of wasting their time  setting, thc poultryman will pocket a good many eitra dollars in profit.  It you want 10 gov luti paruuuuua on lit* aubjua. ana ������������*ut all ihe -itUii* uf sucaaaiui  Incubator hatching and, profitable poultry raising scad to-day for our superbly printed book,  ������������������ How to Make Money 6ut of Chioks.'*   It's FRkB.  8cnd for it now,  THE MANSON CAMPBELL CO., Limited  Dcpt. 88       CHATHAM. ONT.  OtatrltmUtf Wanhouscs at llocti-Ml. Qua., Brandon. Mail,. Calgary. Alt*. Vow WnttttasUr, B-Ow **A BaOfai, NA  Factorl-N at CaanuN, Out., at* Daxmr, Mice,  FREE  BOOK.  A Complete  diild.  to Poultry  Profits  Also MaoofMtcm* of thc t*mtm CHATHAM TAXm$Q MLUS AND CHATHAM TAUM SCALES.  ������  JsV Not one make of furnace in twenty i.s supplied with an
Without an ash-pan the ashes must be shovelled into
a pail or some other receptacle for removal---means v dust
in the eyes, ruined clothes, extra work ; a dirty disagreeable
jpb���---the meanest part of furnace 'tending.
The Sunshine Furnace has an ash-pan which catches
all the ashes, and slides in and out easily. Mas two handles
fpr carrying.    No shovelling-, sweeping- or dirt.
This is only one of a dozen goo.I features possessed
by the Sunshine Furnace, none of which are found on
any other furnace.
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Usk of Knulish.
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j*onr wife i*. a n-ry '!*!!i'i.-'t;;;r ivurii.-ui,
bill il f.-.eeil'|si ti, ll.e :-!lt> K-l\'\ much nf a
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Friend���it   is no  dispute  to  he  on  p.
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First  Rallroa-I Charter.
The. first (*nnrt'<>r ever grunted in this
fonntry or jjrolmlil.v i>n.v otli**r for ths
building of a railroad was -ii-.-intcd in
1819 toHour*; Drinker by the Pctitisyl-
vaniu legislature 'for a road of that
{chid from thp D��-.aware valley to the
bf.-idwaters of the Loiiigl) rivi.-r ove;-
tl��' rdWie now occupied hy tlie Dcht-
wore-. Lackawanna and Western nil
i-uud from the Water ("up to .scranton.
That \v,is* be for- the days of st.'.-nn..
and the ���'wa.tions" that- were to lie run
on the road were to lie moved Iiy horse
rifciitii it couvo*-l'{1 were purchased hy
the c.'If'liial Delaware aud Lafli.uwti.n-
pil copijjai*;*, *'-*- $1.0U0.
-yo-.t- the Second Mnn.
Ono evening recently' a  well to iic-
bnclielor volunteered to tenon a spr.tflit
ly young wido-v the game of oheeUera
ii( .niitc qverlookel the possib'iities of
.the gi(int ��.-���'.
������Tl��pre, nov; It's stlh your move." lio
exelah/ied tp the Puly shurtly r.l'ter the
Vjatne had commenced. ''You hive tult-
en only one nian. and yoi* are hound U
take another"
"Thanks for your advice." said tha
widow sweetly. "Suppose I take you,
8lie (Jld BUbseo'iieutly-
���^-antoa Crn<le Ess**.
""Br'.tig me. crude eggs, shredded
if heat biscuits-and a glass of iniik."
said the man on the Boston boat
"Yes, sah." replied Uiv waiter. "What
kind of ai'gs was tliein. en'.h'i"
"Crude eggs."
"Yes, sah; yes. sah." repeated tne
7iaii��� walking away with a perplexed
expression. Shortly he returned. "We
ain't got them nigs. sah. 'bin wo'r- ��ot
'em boiled, fvl^l, poached an' scram
bloc, very .nice, sah."
"No. no," protested the Bostou man.
~*n"l^hTTlTohTl!FMeVTa"\v7'""        """^
"Oh.," gasped the waiter, "you watur
'em raw?"
"Ortainly." '
Having brought them, the waiter
looked on curiously while rlie t:-i<i,
broke the yolks of thc <ggs over . In
shredded biscuit nnd stirred the .whites
up in the milk. "Din's one of iiei;i
food cranks," reported' the waiter w
the nest table.
Olv�� a Georgia darky n "chuw" of
tobacco nnd you're u enp'n.
(Jive him a quurter unci yon he-Mine
��� colonel.
1-nralyze Wra with a dollar and vou,
are a general for life.
Throw in an olii unit of clothes .n,..'
two Ktiff dniniB of corii liquor nnd' na
Mines all his emitlf'ti to cati you no*1'
Tree Tlintt Tnrnii to Stnue.
There is a tree that grows in Mexico
called the "chijol." or staio tree, it is
of. enonnons proportions, both In cir
cuniiVreiice and height. It has a number of branches spreading out widely
and carrying loaves of a yellowish
green color. The wood In extremely linv
'and easily worked in a green stale 11
is nol given to either warping ��i' splitting. The most remarkable thing about
It Ih that after being cut ihe wood
gets gradually harder, and In the coursi.
of a few yeni'H il is absolutely petriiief!
whether left in the open air or Imrieil
In the ground. Krom this timber houses
can be built Hull would in a few years-
boconie coiniiletely lireprouf and would
last us though built of tstono,
Mining Course
'I^HIS rONTAlN.**" < 'niy the.' infoi-ii:atioii
i)r-(.v"-isnri- tt--   ijaJlity pt'isei't'   te   pass
l\l", M.Ud  Fori i�� au'^ IVv-iUiihai'ltili.-S,       1    IV-
H'.iiu-s   less .v/y'A   aiie.   It's.-)   Uii:-: than   ?lie
Partial Confcenjs for tills Tffonth.
('eiu-.M.' in Eiiuli.h f<:r the lin-jinuer,
rom-.viii K-.u\Uh fer tin-  Advanc.'d Piipil
H->w to iiion-a.-Jf. One's Vocabulary.
i'ijc Art el (.'Oliverstrioi). i.
Shoel.t aie) Woi-ld:    How to Um-- thim.
!'���< .-aneeitiutia (t-'eiitucy   Ui��'.,i,.i ary).
('.-rn ci Ku��lish in via HoaiH.
(' iri'flt, 1��; yli.-.|> in !������(. S<-h.���,l.
JJ X lib i.'l ! I i.?l'.d V? i�� Ultii j      Al-,��!.��b..t... l,st ,,f AMircviaiioHg.
ItiieinnNs Jiiighsli for the Hii-iatina Man.
���M-  J'  HOO'I'H,  PVopi'ietc-r,
ArtlS.'uilU,   H.C.
Oi.iiipouiei Word.-   How to Write Them.
-Studies in English''Liicraiuru.
'pRHI'DER   of HolSicin Cattle, Clies- j  4]flV������    ��.    777"
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N 0 T I il E .
He Mortgage ShIo of Property
iiereinafter mentioned
.^EN^KSviU.b,-reeved bvtheundcr.
j t g,m     l'l,,;*;! Oa0 y'oJock 'P �������'. Saturday,
!   1'el.r.mrx  Mth,   1905,   tor   the   luroha.e e
ti ���   . , , ,.    ,       !  o      U (>t  lullt  of '^'th \\\��t   -.oarter of
lie?    H   l.V, ,n-   ,\x   plhtlljn     'S^tion.Te,-,.   tuid  th,   VV*-��E .h-.lT it   the
^r ti11fl lifter January 1st, 1001, my ;  ����>i"h W���t quarter of Section Seventeen,
1��- ^iness will he p'trictlv cash, bv HO '  1lior,jl,J' ls;a"(l'   Nauaim,, District,  locally
.l.'i", I <�����.. p.iv* my PatrouAiici* i ^irjS^f^    ,f
���,���(���.;  " -Lne unn''1 Mgnett does not biud himself to
T. Ii. CAREY, Tailor.
aooeyti na-, toiifiev.
C.N. VVESTWOO'/), Mortgagee.
22 K.iis'h Uoad, Victoria, BC.
THE ADVANTA-GE   the public l' 0 (jl'HBT -��    TITT T flM    IH
'      1���, in r.���ro,���H���a ���!*��� ,h,,v   MMil il, JJlilLUII, J.f
live i ihey Fee the article and are
not 'lu-'appointed as w lien st luliug
4   .���     kj' i U *i...i k.i d. i I f
Wa '��� ch maker    and     .Jewtler.
' .jyuiuiet..; com-.-*, y. i; !ho-o tii'at. inmoi it will |.St.j|s  ���-ou..;^ .,*. K^sieru   Prices  aiul
hr.t- a nice iftock 'o ^eiccl from.
leave a uuoA kinevli .i.'O ef llie an of njvi.iie:
Subjects Taught in tiie - cj.rso,
"t'nsiit-:-.'iioa  ixiid   Ti'iriO-iometric Functions.
Tj-abes M"ali-wi'.tn'i v t1jr~jS;ii!jtsj.    ~   '      :       "
Mine  Venv-.lv..;->;!. ' )
Ei.'..nouiie (}<;o\ofiy .���-!' Otia'.. J
i -...urptetiug .��� i��i-   Oey.l    and    Ijoyivtif.n    oi  j
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nouventr for those who rinrmt pn,
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. , - >^?n*^^ bo��, 35c. THE  CUMBERLAND .NEWS  Iss\ied Every Tuesday.  W. B. ANDERSON,     -       - -       MOK  I  -~t���������?...���������_..!.   k . ...     Jl.. ...   .1 ....'i.i '   .."��������� ,.���������  The columns of The Nkws are open to all  who wish to express thdreia views o matter* ������f \*uhlic into rest.  Whi'e we do nut hold ourselves re   onsi-  We for the utterances of corresponden...-., we  esen'o   tha rght*   of   declining  to inaer  oininuuiofttions unneoessarily puminal.  WEDNESDAY. JULY  19.1905  Ksphnait 1 Hanaimo Rj  ���������*K  ;*W:  y\ ���������:".-i,:'v:'"->'->.i i ,-  -^i! V'.u^^4f.,J''!v  ���������t-nL������*>iv-.*-*.*-4-1.1 ,YJ-* ���������y*i^.VU:\U~a  i. _\m fmy---"nW'SS;-*^.-*.  ^x.Sv*^^*!  ^������-*JyW*t j-?.-.- ..���������**���������-$*���������; ���������^-Jv*,-?-*-^ '������������������'-��������� - ���������������������������  Cumberland  Hotel-  HAPPY HITS,  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET.  CUMBERLAND   B. C.  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.  "  When in Cumberland he sure.-'  nnd stay at the Cumberland  Hotel,  First-Class   Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and  Public Hall  Run in Connection with  Hotel  ";*>���������������������������������    le   I   :.;>e. .     -  "T^re.rgs is Ihihu jii (in iiiuTttnent hmiso,  III.I  the ol'lel   ll.ii   ills un   it   Sii;ts shljijii'ii I  (um ii'fji.ivii miiu.i :i> ii ti-.- fin ntrie pros- |  "������'���������'��������� |   A  Bunch  of Gootl  Tlii-iR;* F-om th*  "Hut tie iloesn'l Ilee.l :\ !;nvii .n,iw������T." I Yonkern Stutfb.-unn.  'No     He needs a  io wu mure,"���������CleVC i  land l'imu Dv.mi  He���������I told her I .shou'u liiss her everj  tirnc she frierg!i."l.        ; .  f-he-what was the result?  "'Why, she gij-^U'd t'.<' wholo evening."  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  Whj  sh������* {Ji(?n*t. ��������� -  "Julia has Riven up lierv proposed trip  abn-ad"      ^ j      She���������What docs it reqniriV hoyhles pa-  -Why soV"   , t.^nce to make avo'oil-fi.sS.i-nv-nn?  "Well,  her  purport dnsrrihf-!  her na j      Ile-An utter (lisre.'.-aio' for the trnlfc  hitvin-* a inre*< fiioinh. nod she wouldn't  ;   . -     ���������         -*o.,"-Ballhnei-e Woi-'hl. |      r.ntionce��������� Will  ran  over n <!<>���������; in  hi*  __ , |   gjjfojufjijjif, yost-Td'iy tl'.oil-ni-s-t ;'. tire.  The v>ry PiTi-t   Time. j      P-Urieo���������IVrhnp-- thu do- was it point-  Stoutmnn. i-'tnn.'j'lin-* and orowiliou to  [- tr.  force himself ou to tiie paekeit s-tep of a   j  Brand wny  open  earl- I lum phi     Wuat't*  ���������*���������>���������>������   the lio* rnr'  ,   First-Class Accommodation  .. ..at Roasotiflble Bates ...  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  ,    I'l'.OPRlKTOR.  "*���������*  o  ->������������������-  s. s. "Oity of .Nanaimo.*  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling et North Saanich  Cowichan Hay, Maple Bay and Crofton  when freight or passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox' Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m , for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Corhox Friday, "j a.'m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  S'lils from Nanaimo Fiida*,, ?. p.m., for  Victoria, calling at Crofton, Maple  Bay, Cotvichan Bay and North Saanich when freight or passengers offer  North  Saanich   when tide and weathei  conditions  permit.  VAN OOUVEE - N A"N Al'flEO" SQTJTE  S. 8   ���������* ''JOAN.*:  Sails from'Nanaimo 7 a.m. daily, exc.epi  Sundays.  ���������JSluIsjVomVancouver after arrival of C  P.R. Train No,*. dail, except ban-"  days, at 1 o ni.  TIME TABLE   iCFFECTlVE  APRIL   l?,\h,    1905.  -,  VICTORIA TO WMLLIWGSCN.  No. 2-Paily.  A.M  i)c 9 00 ,  ������' ft2S...'..  " 1(1. !i4......  ������' 11.00.  P At-  "12 So,,  Ar YiM..  Ne, 4- ������JU   i.  r ji,  .Victoria .-. D.* 3 ''  ,.  "   Hv  "   4 - ���������  .    ".   5,(-i  1' M.  ,,   "    1)4  ,. Ar. 0 0  , .OuUlstriMin  .K 'fiiig'rf. ..  litiiiuuu'i;..,  .Niuiainio,.,  V\. ���������-, lutiin.  HURT'S HUfiSmOS,  SOIO Weslminster Road  HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds, now in  sto-:k and tested as to vitality. Wholesale and retail.  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees..   ..  RHODODENDRONS,   ROSRS.   ORREN  HOUSK AND HARDV PLANTS  for Spring Planting  -FERTILIZERS -  BEifi    HIVES   and . SUPPLIES  Green house full of Plant?, Cut Flowers  Floral Work. Catalogues free, or  call and examine stock.  EASTFRN PRICES OR LE-S.  1VS. J, HENRY-  "VAKOOUVEK, B.C  m  SA."J^TT*Elr  rf~  feSLM IF WC-'ki  DAVIS, ,    Fr.OP33.IETO3  Em.diK)i ,| x BURTON always'011 tap : ,-iIho, the famous MU/V AlJKK.K  HKKRS���������AiihensRr., Heiuiinui... .-"c'vit-;. &.c. " OLD GttKY KICiVKD "  SCOTCH WHlSlvY. Best Wines, and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging D partmont, und'.sr tlio ii.'iir.ndiiite supcrinttiiiiieiice oi  Mas  D'lvis, vvil! lie f-i-i'ii't Fir; t tiJa.s-i in every i-enpnut.  HATES,  $1 00 per day upwards.  ttmamt*aMMmxm.HMta  v*^*ttsn%rtO!rcv.rsrsr-mrrtrnt^z7fru.yrv^ mu mi mu ������������������ 11 ��������� 1 \a 111111 mm 1  .mobeirs  A Fine Selection of CAKES   always   on   hand.  '      '   FEESH BREAD every day.  Orders for SPECIAL CASES promptly attended to.  Dunsmuir Avenue.  Oumberlanil,  UOC.w^-yi.'Tlk-VkJUfti  r>  0,  NAMAIMO, B.G  c-eomji*oai^n?iTO.-^3n***������r7ti!a^^ t-  jo J:\. ..b-k.. XL) ������;6 to  DREAD. 0iu*'������f* ni-.il Pii.'-.U.Uvor--  i-d iinilv to.'iiiiy inn 1, u������ City.  /^^^,.^^r^^j^^/^^^^--y;^;^.^^^-,Ypr  vuu;s-������'o-'f? of     (2rnr*>riflw  Tho vi'tirly return of the Bock Beer season is   of interest to the  brewer. ios well 'us the pub-He, and -he  UNION BO'GK BEER FOR 1904  .a ���������  EMDS  WBLLI ^*"   'K   TO "VICTORIA.  No. 1���������Dail Ni  8-Suiidii  A.M '^'M'  Do.   8.00  VVeMiuuiton,.. .   Du, 8 0  ������������������  y.'jo......   Ntiiiuiiin,...  10m ..ii -oiui's   " 10,'ia......    Iv-i-n'g't   " ] i,;js   L'.'iiib'i'ji'M,.  Ar 12 00   Viouiria   ���������' :t i���������  " .r).o  " d,\v.  Ar 7.6:  Thr'-.'.Sittul Mi'e .uid CoinmuiiiiiOn Tu ���������  kfIs.oii sah', s^oocl ovpi rail sintl, stean.e  lint's, at i-.\o .mil oin.'-hiill'i'i-r.ts per mill.  Special trains atitl -learner-. I'or Kxeu1-  sions, find u'lliii.'cl rues for partic*- nvi*  Ik* !tn-iiii>,f'il fn on' applicntion to tlii  I'i 11 ��������� tic. Maii-mur.  'I hi! Company reserves lht> ri^jlit u  chan,uo witluuu previous nini'Ai^seamei'  iiiiiling I'lini!** and hyu's ol --.iiiliiij,'.  Kxcuv-iion 'I'likui.. on ,'ial������������ Irom and lo  all Sniliiiiis, j-'iii-.il Du- }.'.<iinj; journey S,u-  in day and Sunday, iviiirniiiu nut Imti  tlmii Momlav,  UKC, \i, COUUTNKY,  Ttnilic Mium-jor.  NOTICE.  Riding on iiiuoniutiveH nnd rail  way cars of tim Union 1^01 limy  Company by any pori-tni ir pi-r  Biiiirt -'.oxo.'pt 1 rain crew ���������hy Mtfictlj  prohiliiltid. lOmpioyfiH n\v -tiib-  ���������ii'i't t.iMliHWii.-'Kal for ulhtwiti)- biiiih  Hv <ii<lor  JIKham:'^ ti   iivni.1  Miunip-r,  6  v  A  H  H  00  c  Hi  "J.  r/.  WI  <:  h  t  <  to  O  li.  CO  IU  1  0  v  o  Will uyiiin show that .special can; .hug hccii ta];e;i in th.; iiianufaoi-iirc of tlie sup. rior  ari.i'ic.    The-Uiri'in Hruv,s> fr (Jo.'a IJoqk has bum hi-cv.vcd for a iiuinher of months  aiifi .-.Uiicil in Uu-.ir t'aiuoiH o'lmrn uu ii ir I'iw rouchuii the propur agu, aud in uow  ON DllAUi-������HT AT ALL HOi'NLS.  ^���������������m.,*^*w*jj*a:*s^W'*y7.'Aa������a^^  BmmwimmwMmmmm^'\mmmm^iM^is^m  E    i  V> 'Si i'i .a Kulili:^    Vw;^v-: ;'V:VV,v'.v.iv   , vi f  "..        v..',-- .-'���������.'   ������������������' ������������������-���������> -������������������������    '  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIKST-C'I.ASS  CANDY, Fil(!ITS.  CKUKsAfe TOBACCOS.  HARNESS  \*i ;    WILLARD is propuruil to  *     ���������    lill nuy Orilers foi Fine or  Heavy  HiirntiBet,  at  short noticu.  WitLARI) 'BLOCK,      Cumberland.  s'anaimo Cigar factory  SMOKE  ���������ENTERPRISE-'������������������;  CIGARS  BEST   ::ON    ::" EABTfT.'  Maunfactured by  e. GAiiliE et CO., NANAIMO, B.C.  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WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS THE  ONLY CURE.  Poor, watery blood���������pale blood���������ls  the cause of every pale complexion.  Bad blood���������blood filled with poisonous impurities���������is the cause of every  bad complexion. Bad blood is responsible for eruptions, and pimples,  and torturing, burning, itching eczema. These troubles can only be  cured through the blood, and the  only medicine that actually makes  new blood���������rich, pure health giving  blood���������is Dr. Williams' rink Pills for  Pale People. The new blov... which  these pills make reaches every organ  and part of the body. It clears the  complexion, banishes pimples and  eruptions, and brings health,  strength and happiness. Miss Lizzie  Lobslnger, Carlsruhe, Ont, says:  "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is the best  ���������medicine I know of for cleaning the  blood of impurities. My blood was  in,a bad condition, and as a result I  was not only weak and run down,  but was troubled with pimples and  eruptions. I tried several medicines,  : but they did not help me. Then I  was advlsd to take Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills and these soon relieved me of all  my troubles. I can recommend the  pills to anyone suffering from bad  blood."  Bad blood is the cause of nearly,  every disease that afflicts humanity.  ���������^"ft'Is-because-Dri-W'tlliams'-Pink-Pills"  make new, rich red blood that they  eure such troubles as anaemia, heart  palpitation, headaches and backaches,  rheumatism, neuralgia, indigestion,  kidney and liver troubles and ailments of girlhood and womanhood.  But you must get the genuine pills  with the full name, "Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for Pale Peiple," on the  wrapper around each box. Sold by  medicine, dealers everywhere or sent  post paid at 50 cents a box or six boxes fori $2.50 by writing the Dr. Williams'Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Castro and his army were preparing  to descend on New Orleans. Great  Scott!" exclaimed the Chicago man.  "Have you made no preparations to  repel the invaders? Where are your  guns?" "We don't need any guns,"  chuckled the citizen of the Crescent  City. "We have just filled the principal streets with New Orleans molasses  and when Castro and his army land  they will get their feet stuck and can't  get out." And in the moonlight the  city resembled a gigantic stick of flypaper.���������Chicago News.  Minard's Liniment Lumberman'sFriend  A Purely Vegetable Pill.���������Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are compounded from  roots, herbs nnd solid extracts of  known virtue In the treatment of liver  and kidney complaints and In giving  bone to the system whether enfeebled  by overwork or deranged through ex-  ���������jessea In living. Thoy require no testimonial, Thoir excellent qualities are  well known to all those who have used  thorn and Lhcy commend themselves  to dyspeptics and thoso subject to .biliousness who uro in quest of a bene-  tlclnl modlclne.  Flnnnery���������It seems his full namo Is  "Dlnnls K, K. K. Cnsoy." What's all  thin) K's fur? Flnnognn���������Nothin'. Jt  was Iho fault of his god father stilt-  fcerin' whin ho tried to say "Dlnnls Gassy."���������Philadelphia Lodger.  ENGLI8H ttPAVIN LINIMENT.  Rcimovob all hard, soft or calloused  rumps and blenilHhes from hoi-soB. blood  spavin, curbs, splints, ringbone Sweeney, stlfleo, sprains, sore and swollen  throat, coughs, etc. ������?avo *$50 by use  ���������f ono botlo. Warranted the most wonderful Blemish Curo ovor known.  BRIGHT'S DISEASE-INSIDIOUS' DE.  C6PTIVE! RELENTLESS! has foiled hundreds  of trials by medical science to stern the tide of its  ravnges-nnd not until South American Kidney Cure  proved beyond a doubt it* power to turn back the  tide, was there a gleam of anything but despair for  the victim of this dread form of kidney dlsease.-Si  "You must mark down your age in  this blank space," said the insurance  agent to the beautiful woman. And  she did. She marked it down from 28  to 22.  They Never Knew Failure.���������Careful  observation of the effects of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills has shown that  they act immediately on the diseased  organs of the system and stimulate  them to healthy action. There may be  cases in which the disease has been  long seated and does not, easily yield  to nieTlicine, but even in such cases  these Pills have been known to bring  relief when all other so-called remedies  have failed. These assertions can be  substantiated by many who have used  the Pills, and medical men speak  highly of their qualities.  Superintendent Foster of the New  Orleans Street Railway company, formerly with the Boston & Northern at  Salem, tells the following story of the  days when "spotters" were much in  evidence on the cars: A young fellow  who had charge of one of the Salem  Willows cars during the rush season  was suspected of more than the ordinary "knocking down," He turned in  his trips at the Salem office and the  cashier, who was, aware of what was  going on, said; "Thank you." The next  trip he turned in still less, and the  polite cashier thanked him again. The  next trip he brought in still less money  but the cashier was there with his  smiling "thank you." "What the deuce  are you thanking me for?" asked the  conductor. "Fpr bringing In the car,"  replied the cashier.  Punning repartee scintillated  throughout a case at the County  Court. Counsel���������I wish my client was  here instead of, as 1 expect, lying in  bed. His honor���������Perhaps he is better  lying in bed than lying here.  LITTLE BUT SEARCHINC.-Dr. Von Stan's  Plnenpplo Tablets aro not big nauseous doses that  contain injurious drugs or narcotics���������they are the  pure vegetable pepsin-tho medicinal extract from  this luscious fruit, and tlio tablets are prepared in as  palatable form as the fruit Itself, Thoy oure indigestion,  GO In a box, 35 cents,-"!!  Mrs. Enpeck���������Here���������such spelling  as those printers do! They have  called your shipping clerk, Mr. Brown,  your 'skipping' clerk." Enpeck���������  which chanced to be right In this case,  for I learned this morning at the office  that he had skedaddled with all the  money ho could get hold of."  Time tries all things, and as Bickle's  Antl-Consuraptlve. Syrup has stood the  test of years it now ranks as a loading  specific In the treatment of all ailments of the throat and lungs. It will  soften and subdue the most stubborn  cough by relieving the irritation, and  restore the effected organs to healthy  conditions. Use will show its value.  Try it and be couvlnced of its efficacy,  "You nro bontitlful onongh to be  wooed by an Emporor," "Am I beautiful enough to bo wooed by a Duko?"  "Yos, indeed; but not rich enough."  John Iliirbor of tho Pittsburg Stock  Exnhnngn tolls of a hustling young solicitor for a Now York publishing  Houso. Tho youth was vainly trying  to boII a Hot of books to a Philadelphia  bank ciiBlilor, anil at last got so oxcltod  Joo ncciiHiiil tho cash lor of bolng slower  thnn moliiHHOH In January. "You pooplo horo can't ovon oat snails!"ho Hiild.  "Why not?" asUoil tlio cashier. "You  can't catch thorn."  Minard'i Liniment uied by Physicians.  DODD'S  KIDINEY  7, PI LLj  i' i \ r\  \   UlDNLt0  .''"Mil  Tl'  Wash rrrnasy dlslir*-*, pots or pans with  Lovor'H Dry Soap a powdor. It will remove tho gronnu wit li I Im gr<intent oaso. 3(1  Mrs, Tnll<or���������It must bo awfully  hard work thinking up bright things to  write all tho tlmo. Scrlbblor���������Woll, it  Is; but tho hardest part Is getting  editors to think that they are blight  after they are written.  GIVES TWO REAL  G0GJ)_REA$0NS.  FOR   BELIEVING   DODD'S   KIDNEY  PILLS CURE ALL KIDNEY AILMENTS.  GOOD HEALTH AND SUCCESS  t������o  Hand in Hand Wheal the  Biood  is Kept  Pus*������ and Rich By  DH CHASE'S NERVE FOOD.  l  Cured his Backache of Twenty-five^  Years Standing and Satisfied Every-1  one he Recommended them to.  Economy Point, N. S., May 15.���������  (Special)���������Geo. S. McLaughlin,, of this  place, gives two splendid reasons for  his belief that Dodd's Kidney Pills  are the one rctmedy for Kidney ailments. Here are the two reasons in  his own words:  "I was troubled with lame back for  25 years or more, sometimes so severe  that I could not turn myself in bed.  One box of Dodd's Kidney Pills cured  me, and I have had no return of the  trouble since.  "I have recommended Dodd's Kidney  Pills to a number of persons who had  Kidney Trouble. All who have used  them have been benefited or cured."  Dodd's Kidney Pills not only relieve  all Kidney Diseases, from Backache to  Bright's Disease, but they absolutely  cure them. But sometimes where one  or two boxes relieves It takes more to  make a complete cure.  Red blood moans health, strength,  courage, cheerfulness, power of endurance and a well-nourished brain that  likes to accomplish (Mugs.  The secret of health is, after all. in  ihe blood, for with an abundance <>f  rich, rod blood the nervous system is  nourished and sustained, the lungs,  heart, stomach, liver and kidneys are  tilled with the vigor and energy necessary to accomplish their work, and  there is no room for weakness and disease.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food builds up,  strengthens and invigorates the whole  human body, because it actually forms  rich, red blood.  Indigestion, sleeplessness, nervous  headache, irritability, nervousness,  lack of energy and strength and failure of the bodily organs to perform  their functions are almost invariably  the result of poor, weak, watery blood.  The use of Dr. Chase's Nerve Pood  completely overcomes there symptoms  and by filling the whole system with  new *igor gives new hope and confidence and replaces weakness and disease with health and strength.  Mrs. George Fuller, Lakeland, Man.,  writes: "I am very glad to be able  to state that I have received great  benefit from the use of Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food. It has cured me of nervous headache from which 1 used to  be a great sufferer, and 1 am no longer  troubled with twitching of the nerves  in the arms and legs that 1 used to  have as soon as I went to bed. 1 am  grateful for this cure and shall always  recommend Dr. Chase's Nerve Food to  anyone suffering, as I have."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50 cents a  box, 6 boxes for $2.50, at all dealers,  or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  The portrait and signature of Dr. A.  W. Chase, the famous receipt book  author, are on.every box.  If it is a Question of Warmth use  E. B.EDDY'S  BUILDING PAPER  It Retains Heat and Keeps Out Cold.  Write for Samples and Prices.  TEES  &  PERSSE,    Limited,   Agents,   Winnipeg.  f*li%itm]T*m''sl'*,i*~1*rm)  'Tis Well to Know a Good Thing,  said Mrs. Surface to Mrs. Knowwell,  when they met in the street. "Why,  where have you been for a week  .back-P���������-isOhr-just-down-to-the-store  for a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil," and Mrs. Surface, who hates  puns, walked on. But she, remembered, and when she contracted a weak  back there was another customer for  Eclectric Oil.  "Are you going to exhibit at the  horse suow this year?" "I don't keep  a turnout." "What's that got to do  with it;" "Why, I have nothing to  exhibit." "You have a new gown from  Paris, haven't you?"  vegetable: Sicilian  j Always restores color to gray hair, all the dark, rich color it used  I to have. The hair stops tailing, grows long and heavy, and all  LdandruEdisapfiears.���������AtLelcgantdressing.iL  urM MUOt ripply y������, md tl.00 to  "..IVHAIJ, *.CO���������.l'ulM.,.N. Jf. _  HOW'S THUS?  Wo offer One Hundred Doll nro Reward for nny owe  of Outnrrh that cannot be cured by Hull's Oatarrh  Cure. F, J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  Wo, the undersigned, havo known F. .7, Cheney for  tlio last (iftaon jnn.ru. and believe him perfectly hon-  oiable in all IhihIiioss trnnnnctlons, and financially  able to carry out any obliiiatioiiH mado by  li Ih firm.  Warding, 1'innan & Maiivin,  Wholesale DniMilHts, Toledo. O.  Hall't Ontnrrh Oiiro Is tiikon Intoni'iUy, aotlns d|.  rectly upon the blnod and mucous NurfaoBs of tbe  system. Testimonial!* Hent free, Price, 7fto. per bottle   Sold by nil Druggists,  Take Uall's Family rills for constipation.  SAVED THE BABY.  "I was not a bollovor In advertised  modiclnos," says Mrs. Chas, Vain assail, Dlgby, N.S., "until I began using  Baby's Own Tablots. When my last  baby was born we nevor hoped to ralBe  her. Sho wasi weakly, did not have  any flosh on ber bones, and a bluish  uu'ur. tut* doctor who uuouuuu nur  told mc 3~e would ssol live, Alter  rending what other mothers aald auout  Baby's Own Tablets I decided to try  thorn, and I mum now honestly say I  novor had such a valuable medicine  ���������n mv homr*.   it hn������ r-hnruyf**" my pnnr.  sickly, flosh loss baby Into a lovely  child, now as fat an a butler ball.  Words fall to ox-irons my thanks for  what tho Tablotn havo dono for my  child, and I can only urge that othor  mothers do as I do now, keep the Tablets In tho hoaao always." Baby's  Own Tablots positively euro all the  minor Ills of hahyhmd ond childhood,  and tbo mother lias a guarantee that  they contain no opiate or harmful  drug. Sold by all druggists or sent by  mall at 25 coma a hnx by writing the  Dr. Williams' Modlclno Co., Drockvllie.  OH.  A Patroness���������"I'vo decided to patronize your store," sho said, condescendingly; "everybody says you keep  such pure drugs and all that" "Yes,  nvadamo'," replied tho now druggist,  "we are particularly careful to supply  only tho best. What can I do for you,  niadame?" "Give me a two-cent stamp  please."  TMB STOMACH'S "WPAL OR WOB!'*-  Tho stomach Ih tho oontro from ���������vhl-th tlio ntnml.  point of honltli, flown "we������| or woo." A honlthy  Htoiiiauh meiinn pei-foot dl������������titlon-|itirfo������t dlwwtion  iiiiiuiis nu emu ami niciuiy nervo ocintron--rti'oii������ norvo  oonli-iw mean (-noil Hrqulatlon, rich blood ami good  liuult'i, (South Amorloan Nervine miike������ and kuop*  thu stomach rluht.-fi!!  "It mal-oR mo nick!" "What doos?"  "To soo tho fashionable womon���������-members of tlio 'smart Bot'���������klsslng an  ugly pug dog!" "Woll, why shouldn't  thoy?" "Why���������why, groat Scot, man���������  "Hold on, Havo you seon tho mon of  tho 'smart set'?"  Why go limping and whining about  your corns when a 25 cent bottle of  Holloway's Com Curo will removo  thorn? Glvo it a trial and you will not  regret It.  Ask for Mlnard's and take no other.  A short tlmo ago some men wero  (-Ub'i-b'.-u  hi  -Juli-liit*  uj<  lulc^iaim pulvb  on Bomr- Innd hflnngl^jj to nr*, old  farmer, who disliked seeing his wheat  trampled down, according to tho veracious "KoglHter," of Great Bend, Kan.  Tho men produced a paper by whioh  thoy ������ald thf������v hnd leave to put thn  polos whoro thoy pleased, The old farmer went back and turned a largo bull  In tho field. Tho savage beast mado  after tho mon, and tho   old   farmer,  "Look here, butcher, this meat is  half bone." "You are mistaken, sir.  That is good meat." "Botheration!  Do you suppose I don't know bone  when I see it? I say this is bone!"  "Yes, certainly, that's bone. The bone  is bone, but the meat isn't. You said  the meat was half bone."  BABY HUMORS. -Dr. Af-new's Olntmont  KioUion, ijulots, and effects quick and offootlve ouro*  in all skin eruptions common to baby during tooth.  Ing tlmo, It is harmloss to tho hair In canes of Scald  UotuI, and cures Eczoma, Salt Rheum and all Skin  DIueimoB ot older people.  36 cents.���������05  A young girl just promoted to the  growu-iipness of paying calls by herself, when on entering the drawing-  room of her neighbor, found It occupied by a strange man whom her hostess Introduced as "My brother from  India," and adding to tho new arrival,  "I'm so glad to see you, dear, but I  must not kiss you, because I've such  a bad cold." Then came the response:  "I'm sorry, but I hope your brother  has not got a cold too."  PROTECT YOUR FOOD  WILSON'S  FLY PADS  KILL THEM ALL ������  AVOID    POOR_ IMITATIONS   J  ��������� -ma- im..!      ���������    i*?a.,.������nlg  Mrs. Billus���������Your prejudice against  your Uncle Hiram is beyond my understanding, Why, he's perfectly harmless. He wouldn't hurt a lly. Mrs.  Hankus���������I know he wouldn't but does  a neat housekeeper like to have a man  of that kind around?  rm������ hm mo*. WsWrt Fit curt for KiUl-piy ������tia  Wg*m ��������� ****** mm kliulroiVairciitloniiIs tlmnnly nucnesuful  Hi  I   I  *%Bk rem-*y, ������m! Is now tiiiml by Um t"nt'  ������������������  ���������   ���������   h*9 iilivslclnns and lixipltuls in Kiinm*  HI!   mW and  America.    I' Is nonlldeiitUlly  ��������� ruuominon'ud to the afflicted, 11 you  sulfur fruiu  Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus' Danoe,  or hnve children orrilatlvns tlmt io so, or know a friend tha*  It aininted, Tiirti* -kni* ron a Phkr Tnui, Hottlr and try  It. U will he sent by malt  ���������trepsld,    It  list  cured  where everything else lias  falli'd.  Wh������n writing mention  thli tmpor, and, ������lve full  addri'ii.  For sale \>t all dnif  ll a FHKK trial i-ottlr anu try  CURED     ...      uyRlldniMrtsti,       . ...   _  The UeblgCo., 17$ KlnRSt.W.,Toronto.  Keep Mlnard's Liniment In the house,  A sot\.p of doubt is *& destroyer of clothes.  There is no doubt about  1  Sunlight Soap  We back its purity with * $5000 tfuarantee.  Why do not you wash your clothes the easy  Sunlight way ?  Equally *s good with hard or soft water,    mo  Buy Sunlight-Give it a trial.  Your money back for Any cause of complaint.  hevet Brothata  Limitod, Toronto  PAGE LAWN FENCE  ^ U������lMrUm-HlM>, Hsiissisi Teetee*.   0*lySf Mats pot ramming teem  Svppltet %? ������s ������t leeeX 4*elee, m  THI PAGE WIRE fENOE OO. UglTEO. J-Vsl.Mffil.-i, Tsr-jMs,   Mtstratl  WdMlM*   St.'thai Humor ������i3 Philosophy  By DUNCAN M. SNITB  6MALU POULTRY HOUSE.  A PQEM YOU OUGHT TO KNOW.  Copyright, 1904, by Duncan M. Smith.  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  If the calendar is to be revised, it  would be a good thing to have pay day  come twice as often.  It takes two twice as long to do anything as It does one���������it she U young  and pretty.  ������ ���������  Some people are so narrow minded  that they could pass through the crack  Is the door. ������  Sometimes when a man poses as ���������  wise man he exposes a fool.  A girl's matrimonial inclinations ar������  often measured by ber sweetheart's  financial regulations.  The pleasures of adversity are better  In perspective than in the foreground.  Lota of people don't know what hard  work is, and they don't care.  His firstborn son is tho lord high  executioner of a man's hopes of personal freedom in domestic life.  The reputation of many a man for  brilliancy is the work ot some clever  wojaan.  Economy is what your wife thinks  she practices.  A newborn baby ls usually thought  to look like its father because jt is far  too homely to resemble its mother.  Cheap and Handy Butldina* For Medium Sized Flock.  I keep about 300 fowls and have several small houses such as shown in the  accompanying illustration, says an Illinois correspondent of American Agriculturist The houses aro 7 feet wide  and 10.feet long, 7 feet high In front  and 4% feet at the back. The sills are  2 by 4 inch oak and the caps 2 by 4  Inch pine. They hare one window of  six lights 24 by 30 inches in front and  Plenty of It.  There ls room ������t the top,  The sages declare,  But the man at the top -  May be In the air;  There's room enough there.  riv-V  PKESPBCTTVE VIEW.  three feet from the ground, one small  window without glass, but a wooden  shutter two feet square to the end opposite the door for light and ventilation and two exits for the fowls in  front. They have a platform the length  of the house three feet wide under the  perches to catch droppings. This is  kept covered with dirt or dust  Between the dropping boards and the  floor is a platform for nests. All the  platforms and perches are removable.  Tbe houses have earth floors. Bach  house has one large door placed in the  end close to the front. The exits are  12 by 16 inches, placed close to the  ground. On stormy days the door is  kept closed, the fowls going in an^ out  through the'exits. The windows"have  strong, fine meshed wire nailedjoirthe  outside. Each house* sheltersj sixty hitm,  and I keep ten cockerels with f-jur  flocks. Tbey have unlimited range.  The eggs hatch better than when a  cock is kept for every twelve or fifteen  When all the -world Is young, lad, ;':  AuU all the trees are yrouu, i   i  And every goose a swan, lacl, . ..  And every  luss a ������iuoen,, .,  Theu, hey!   for boot and spur, lad.  And round  the wurld away!  Young blood must li.avi* Us course, lad*  And every dog his day.  "When nil the world is old, lad,      ��������� ,-_i   ,  And all the trees are in-own,  And till the spurt is stale,  lad,  And nil the wheels run dawn,  Creep home nnd tnUe your place there*  The spent and maimed among,  God grant you Iind one faee there  You loved when all was young.  ���������Charles Klugsley.  TORONTO'S NAMES.  mu ue tint.  After  awhile the  world  will  lettfn  .he    secret of longevity.     Improved,  ���������conditions, supplemented by will pow-  <r, will perform the miracle.  Then a man, instead of growing old  ���������racefully,  will, remain young natur-  ���������uy.  Twentieth Cantury Februarys.  There will be<"ve Sundays in FeV  uary of 1920, 1048 and 1976. The  entury will have the greatest pos-  ible number of leap years, begin-  ing with 1904, and every four yesus,  -.eluding 2000.  The Laiy Lover,    ~"*- '  "I could fall in love with Clare if tt  were not for her dark eyes."  "Why, they are her most charming  feature"^       ~~~~ ~~~  "Yes, I know, but I have been in ,the  habit of falling in love with blonds,  and I don't want to write a new lot  of poetry." ,  Both Supplied.  hh.  "Why don't you marry, Mary Annt  For if you will you surely can  Secure a husband to your taste,  But still the precious years you wast*.  I can't see why so sweet a miss  Should spend her years in single bliss.  SMI.  Kind sir, your words are very nice.  I thank you for the  good advice.  My lot a gaudy parrot  shares,  Who chews and spits  and    scolds    and  swears.  Bo -with this bird to  comfort me  X do not need a man,  you see.  But why don't you, se  young and strong,  Invite   somo   girl   te  come along  And add completeness to your life?  In short, why don't you take a wife?  KB.  Well, I'll admit X  sometimes think  That I should at  the nectar drink  Of   wedded   life,  but then, again,  I do not, as some  other men,  Bo groatly need a  better half,  Because I have ���������  phonograph.  ���������CNTEE10B OB" POUJJTBY HOUSS.  hens!" Tho interior of the house is also  shown. The platform is whitewashed,  and dust or sand is sprinkled on it  Tho perches ore poles two or three  inches in diameter. Between the floor  and dropping platform ls another platform Jtwo feet wide, on which tho nests  are'pla'cedVv . ���������"..'"*"'���������  The nests are sometimes boxes made  ef short pieces of board, but usually  are'Wall boxes, bought at the grocery  for 5 cents each.  Bummer,  When summer comes round frith all  of the latest attachments and Improve*  ments nnd boglns working ovortlmo  at its trade a fow drawbacks become  obvious to the naked eye that could  not have been observed by a man up a  troe in January, supposo some simple  man hnd climbed a treo during that  chilly month for the purpose of looking ahead for a warm spot.  Viewed from tho interior of a snow-  bank a sunstroke appears to be a thing  of bounty and a pleasant household  companion, but whon one comes around  and tups you lightly on the boad you  are apt to think it rude and 111 man*  Uuiud,  When you hnve to pny throe pr1f**������s to  tho coal trust for whnt llttlo boat you  got it appears to be such ��������� good thing  thnt you couldn't have too much of it,  but wlion r full grown summer sits  uuuu uu >wu tiikl u*y������ uo attention  whon you cry "Enough," In your most  persuasive tones, you feel that you  would like to journey back to old winter and see ff it has not some good  points that you overlooked,  mot   ������������������ m mm  Harking B������ek*  "11 ere we have tin* last words of  Washing'on reproduced on t phono*  graph."  "But Washington was dead before  tbe phonograph was Invented."  "That mikei It all ths nor* wonder-  Teaohin*- Bans to Oat Clover.  When I first fed cut clover in their  mash the hens would eat tbo grain ont  and leave the coarser pieces of clover  and some of the finer ones, says a  Mains breeder in Commercial Poultry.  I fod for several weeks and bad to  throw away a large port of the clover.  At lost I got a bag of fancy middlings  nearly as Cno as flour and used a good  quantity of this with tbo other grain,  making tho mash quite "doughy." The  grain adhered to tho clover, and thoy  would eat all to get tbe grain. It  wasn't long before they would pick  out the clover first. After thoy got  usod to eating It up clean wltb tbe  middlings thero was little troublo vhen  I left tbom out, But I prefer a food  quality of middlings In tbe mash when  clover Is, included, as they asem to Uks  It bottor. ������������������  Matlosr Toskoys,  Mo matter what variety of turkeys  may be soloctcd for keeping, they  should abovo all things be strong, vif-  orous, bealtby and well matorsd, but  not akin, says' 0. E. Mitchell Setter  secure the females from one locality  and tho male from another to Insure  their nonrolatlonsblp rather than run  tbo risk of inbreeding, In nil fowls tt  ta woll to remember thot size 1������ influenced largely by tho female and the  color and finish by tho male. Securing  overlargo roalos to pair with small,  weakly hens ls not wise policy. A medium slssed malo with good, fair slued  females ot good constitutional vigor  and mature ago will do far hotter than  the largest malo wltb tho smallest females,   .  The Profitable Capoa.  Ooponizing ls bocomlng more popular  and more generally practiced than ovor  boforo. Tho eaponlzlng of all the  youug coci.*4i������J*a *- the vc.-y levt wny to  caro for them, as larger numbers of  capons can be kept togothor thin way  than would be possiblo in the natural  state, Tbey grow to a largo size, are  heavior and can bo sold for cither  capons or ronstlnrr fowls, whlchover  has the best demand in the market  Largo flocks of Ttrnhmi-s nre handled  In this way throughout New England,  and moro profit soems to como from  such disposition of tbt young males  than If possible is any other day.~  Smith, Brown anil Soott  Are tbe Leaders  for 1905.  "The new Toronto City Directory,  Bays The News, contains 1,234-  Smiths, not counting the Smyths.  Of these 79 are John Smiths. Thero  are 811 Browns, of whom 53 aro  John Browns. Jones as a namo  seems to be declining���������387 in all, as  compared to 419 Kobinsons, 4(55  Scotts and 278 Johnsons. So that  so far as Toronto family names aro  concerned the leading triumvirate  should be Smith, .Brown and Scott.  The ancient theory,as to the origin  of surnames furnishes three great  sources of nomenclature, one derived  from a man's occupation, another  from his personal appearance, and(  another from some quality which he.  was supposed to possess. AU this,  was very easy to comprehend in the  Indian days, when JJtain-in-the-Fa'ce,  Sitting Bull ai d Stick-in-the-Mud  got their appellations, but in these  days of censuses, directories and divisions of labor ��������� the philcsophy of  names is not so apparent.  ���������'What's in a Ninne?'"  Divided as to the occupations re-j  presented by the spelling of the  names, the 1905 Directory furnishes1  tho following classification: 72 Barbers, 14 Shavers, 176 Bakers and  one Bake, 24 Brewers, 23 Carpenters, 145 Carters, 18 Cartwrights,  2 Clerks, 223 Coopers, 6 Curriers, 29  Dyers, 1 Divine, 130 Fishers, 75  Gardners, 12 Goldsmiths, 119 Masons, and 17 Singers. Thus if a new  industrial community were formed,  based on names alone, there would  be a fisherman to every baker, ten  barrel-makers and one preacher to  every brewer, one clerk to every nine  cartmakers, and seven masons to ev-  -cr.v_singer._AIso there would -be-- 58  barbers to do northing-"EuT'cut hair  and administer shampoos.  But, as an instance of how illogical the civilized human race has become through the division of labor,  it may be said that only one of tho  Bakers bakes, two of the Carters  drive, one of the Coopers is an editor and another a box maker; nono  of tho Fishers fislv and nons, of tho  Singers sing.  *Name������ and Th dr Meaning*.  As to colors there are in this  year's spectrum 115 Greens, 280  Grays, 811 Browns, 5 Pinks, 314  Whites, 152 Blacks, ll Scarlets and  no Yellows,,;,.,jThero aro 3 Joys, 5  Grieves, anj4?i"*i Spares. In the piscatorial domdp'ap'cre aro 12 Whales,  0 Salmons,, fr-Bass, 2 Chubbs and 8  common Fish, '^hirty-six are Small  and 13 Largo  ��������� V V  Tho four seasons aro represented  by 11 Springs, 19 Summers, 3 Falls  and 21 Winters. From tho standpoint  oi the compass thero aro 17 Norths,  2 Souths, 8 Easts, and 71 Wests. In  the Department of Flnnnco como 10  Pennys, 5 Farthings, 2 Dollars, 9  Eagles, 5 Cash, and only ono Nicklo.  Classlfiod aa to drinks we havo 15  Boers, 0 -Ginns and 4 Stouts, As to  birds thero aro 14 Sparrows, 20  Nightingales, 2 Starlings, 0 Swal-  lows, 26 Swans, and 13 Crows, besides 55 common Birds. Under tho  heading of tablo Bplcos como throo  Mustards, 6 Salts, 19 Poppore and 5  Pickles,  Divers and Sundry,  Other varieties nro not capablo ol  classification. Only ono man In tho  wholo category appears as a Fl-woll;  one man is a Wondor, and tho only  Wrong man Is n professor of history  at tho unlvorslty. It was David also said: "Thoro 1b no Just man, no,  not ono," but In tho 1905   list  an-  Soars at loast ono Just man, and  ls namo is David, Musically considered there aro 7 Flatts and 00  Sharps; 8 Highs and 18 Lows. Also  wo find 122 Longs and 24 Shorts, 7  Jurys and 27 Judges, Thoro are 17  Gates and 25 Bnrrs, 5 Lucks and 5  Gayhoarts, Further npponrs 13 Darlings and 8 Boars, 57 Shields and 18  Spears, 2 Straights and 8 Crooks.  In tho Bible Clans como 10 Adams,  7 Edons, ono Aaron and 3 Scriptures. Two Wars balnnce up 9  Peaces. Thero Is ono Poach and ono  Appol; oIbo four Pointers, but not a  Single Sottor. Thoro nro 5 Pipes nnd  12 Pipers, two Fastors and no  Cl;r!: I'.'.'.r."- nt"-*. *V \ovoi nnd onn  mnn rnllwl "Aprfolst," the only  name In tho Directory in which *  "q"- is not followed by a "u."-  Ifeeuca  tiiiicuuniKcuicet.  "I remember," said an old naval ofii-  cer, "hearing of an incident on board  of.a ship which was commanded by a  religious captain vrho would not allow  the mate to use profane language or  violence toward the crew and where  the work and discipline were carried on  more by moral suasion than by force,  with the result that things went very  slowly. The men did not jump .to.the  braces or ropes, and the general work  of the ship was slow.  "While at anchor one day in the harbor of Rio two of the sailors, leaning  over the rail, were watching work go  Ing on on board of another ship anchored close to them, where^the opposite system prevailed. The air on that  ship was lurid with the language of the  mate, and the men were treated with  a violence that was far from necessary,  but the work went on quickly. The  sails were furled and the yards braced  In a smart and seamanlike manner.  As they listened to the sulphurous orders of the mate one of the sailors on  the good ship remarked sententiously  to the other:  '"Bill, d'ye see now what it is wo  want aboard here? We want a little  encouragement!'" .'.,-,;���������  A BOY AND AGIR1-.  (tl  I saw them one day in'the sunshine.  Out there where the clover blows���������  A wee little tiny tow-headed girl  And a boy with a freckl*ed nose.  With an  old stro^w hat without any  brim. .*���������'''���������"  And galluses holding1 his clothes���������  A wee little girl with a'pigtail braid  \ And a bc-y with two tet^pbeid toea.^.  I saw them one even.In the t^viilght,  Down there where'the rlVer flows.-  The pigtail braid is a big braid now--  , How a lad or a lassie grows! .*>..  The old straw hat is a, new hat nowv'  ���������And neyfer a freckle^ shows  On the face of the youth,* who, bending*  his head,  Gives a fair-headed maiden a rose.  ' ������������������>*.. -.������������������*.*���������������'���������   ..-������������������ ' 4  I saw thero again in the sunshine,  And' whatever' do*.you suppose.?  Between -them and' about' them there  romped,  And ran *and clung to their clothes,  A wee little tiny tow head girl  And a boy with two stubbed toes���������  A wee little girl with a pigtail braid 1,  .   And a boy with ,a freckled nose.  ���������Maurice Smiley.   '  ARE LAWYERS flEQjESSARY?.  \  Cupid  and  the  Recruit*.  "Cupid is one of the best recruiting  officers that Uncle Sam has," confided  one.of the sergeants attached to the recruiting headquarters. "Back of nearly every enlistment there is a woman  in the case. Lovers' quarrels chase a  lot of fine lads into the service. Your  romantic youth; gravitates to the recruiting officer after a serious break  with his sweetheart as naturally as0a  duck takes to water. It seems to him  the most fitting way in which to sacrl-  "fice"himself-when-love's-young-dream-  ls apparently dispelled. Way down in  his heart he nursed the idea of making  his erstwhile inamorata sad, and'it's  the army or navy, with the possibility  of death In battle, for him. Again,  other first class material is recruited  by the desire of youug fej.lows to sport  ������������������Is.' In such  >ng through  vanity. But in both ,w^*f.^e;.manages  to fill up big gap's In the4 ranks of Uncle Sam's fighters."  a uniform before their .gh  cases Cupid does his'reci|i|  Earning Their "Tiot.,'  The manager of a large dressmaking  establishment in New York says: "I  suppose tbat the most un-American immigrants wo get In this country are  not tbe Chinese or the Poles or the  Hungarians, but tbe Parisian seamstresses, milliners and lingerie workers. Theso women come here to save  the price of a *dot' out of our hlgb  American wages. It takes from two  to five years to do that. In all that  tlmo they never mix with Americans,  never visit a theater, never make the  first attempt to learn the language,  Some of them go to the French church  on Sundays; otherwise thoy novor  leave their rooms except to shop. Tbls  pronuptlal period In New York is just  a tlmo dropped out of their lives. They  talk of nothing day after day but what  they'll do when thoy got back to Paris  and begin to live again."  Dow to Reinftln Young Naturelly,  Ttisttfir thnn tlir* nrt, of ffrowinf? old  rrocofully Is the sorrot of not growing old1' at all.    H Is    something  worth knowing and worth romombor-  8>g.  The socrot is concealed In tho fact  that mon and women are as old ns  ihey take thcmwH''"* tn ho. 'Thnt  Implies will power, but what of it?  Tho world Is goviTi)<vil by will powi>r.  * Whon a man wiys tliat ho is dead  an his feet be is usually telling the  .ruth.  Growing old Is a habit. "When a  man at 40 or no. or CO years im-  tfines that   he is growing old,   ho  "Why dou-fhlng Weakens To*s,  A patient German scientist of a statistical turn of mind calculates that  tho amount of energy expended hy a  porson who coughs once ovory quarter  of nn hour for ten bours is equivalent  to 250 units of heat, or tho nourishment yielded by three eggs or two  glasses of milk. Coughing ls thus seen  to bo an oxponslvo luxury, The reason for tho waste In forco entailed by  It, or ono reason at least, Hos in tho  fact that, whllo In normal respiration  the nlr Is oxpollod from tlio chest at  tlio rate of four foot a second, In violent coughing it may attain a velocity  of 800 toot  The flood Bath Ilobe,  A valuable garment for tho baby Is  the hood bath robe. It ls made of eiderdown, long enough to covor the body  entirely, aud its chief pome or, cacoi-  Jeuct Is tbe hood, Jhla cut as and  dries the wet little boad as soon us tho  baby comes out of tbe tub, and no  drafts have a chance to give an Infant  catarrh by striking Its damp luilr. Tlio  edges ot the robe and hood are Uouuu  with washable ribbon, preferably In  pink and blue, This ribbon can also  fasten at tbe throat.  Th* Mine* Meat Jnr,  The mime meat Jar will receive  any small left overs to advantage, h���������>-"���������������  as a bit of prosorves, a tew toi\������\<oou-  fuls of spiced vinegar from the nwect  pickles or a saucer of canned fruit.  Btlr the mince meat frequently to blend  and Incorporate ita tMUnti. Tbe result will bt a rich, frtlty nui tbat  wWmtU* dtlleiou tit   ..., -..  Hon. A. B. AyleswortHWou-d Kill Legal Trades Union.  Suddenly called upon to show causa  why their special privileges should pot  be abolished, the lawyers' are j-ather  put to it, says The Toronto'Star. Hon.  A. B. Aylesworth, speaking at the Bar  dinner in Toronto tlie other night, advocated the abolition of all the compulsory qualifications for-practicing at *  the bar, so that '?Jny man could plead  his own cause or call in any other mad ,  to represent him.      ���������  ���������'What,*' he askcdV.'-'l^'"the Law Society of Upper Canaida^nt a ..great  trades union?" When "some" of our leading lawyers were askeiJH what'they  thought of Mr. Aylesworth's. id^a-they  advanced arguments tha^/we. think, ha  could controvert. Two prominent lawyers expressed . the opinion that tho  suggested change would increase litigation enormously. Another lawyer  thought the change would clean our  the courts, for the judgments would bo  so erratic that people would avoid, litigation. ... i  People will at once begin to grow  curious to see how the thing really  would work out. One prominent law- ..  yer is inclined to think that the courts'  would merely be courts of arbitration;)  rendering--.judgments' on  thfl-*..eQmmo*i,,  .meEits_of^theu-case,,_so_thatJ.^bijOjL4 '���������.  man might win- .his case, -another with!  a precisely similar case might lose.**  Although it makes a* lawyer shudder  to think of such a possibility, .there  are.those who persist, in saying they  have known this to happen,- even with'  all our lawyers and judges trained in,  rules and precedents.   %     . ..  The lawyers may as" well    address*'  themselves seriously, ��������� ttp the  task  o$  showing, cause why they should continue* to'exist. The reasons so faV ad*'  j*vanced are so unconvincing as to arouse  suspicion that the lawyers have not a.  leg-to'stand on.   One replies that1 tho  disbanding   of   the   legal .profession:  would multiply litigation, another'that  tl would cause all litigation to' cease.  Wotild''the lawyers resist a change thai  .���������would.haye tho former effect?   Should  ���������.not theVpeople embrace a change that  would have the latter effect.   The'law-*  yers of Toronto are nod oubt trembling  In their glided homes i to-night.   They  have been found out. . Thoy aro to be  haled Into the court of publlo opinion  and put ������i trial, and they'have no defence ready. ' They' cannot terrify the  'people'by exclaiming that the suggested  change would cause courts to reyert to*  the natural laws of Justice, where cases  wotfld hfi settled on their common me'r-  its.   This but recommends the suggestion to the public. J  The lawyers should get one story ana,  Btlck to Jt,    Thoy should draw up ���������������'  list of their reasons' or oxeuacjs for ex-1 '  istlng and file thwjA In. reply to Mr. AyH  lesworth.   'Thoy should   explain, why,  it would be bad for tho public' ty'.have) -  "natural justlco" instead of the unnat-i  ural kind servod oiit by' the dourts;B,t( ���������  present, and why IU would boi,ba4 .for  have cases Bett'led on their "common1  merits" Instead of without retfard tol-  those.   The people want to know,   . j  . / When "the Hopper Hatch"es Out j  ���������Mr, A. J. N. Terrlll, formerly of thhrj  Province, who is now doing Journallstl*  work out in tho Territories, makes tha'  subjolnod editorial reforenco In Tha'  Modlclne Hat News to wostern AssInU  bola climatic conditions: "There wot 1(  tlmo when tho good pooplo. of Ontario:  placed considerable confidence In Tho  Globe's first spring robin as a harbinger of warm weather, but when roblnf'  began spending tho winter In Canada!  for tho saJ'o of getting tbelr names Iti]  tho paper thero was nothing olso' to do  but full bnok on tho 'bear and*'his  shadow' theory to dotermloo tho .length  of the wlnlx-r. Now, out hero In Medl^ ���������  clno Hat wo find tho members of"the  Bnltatorlal 'Orthoptera family -more *ro������;  liable ns weather prophots than-tko rob������ .  -,><���������      Th*  ("ifp-Ht-f  nf  hit   i-ifflrw -In   thlf'  ref-peet leads un to Invent the c8mmo>t  B;raHHhoppor with his BolenUilq^pairo-  nymlc. But whether you cail -lilm a  grai^ltopper or the ot'ier thing In neither hero nor there. What wo \Vlsh to  point out In that there Is no chrtneo of  .' *. . ,.������������������** -O   t/, ���������<    4  ...   ...    tn-vvw    ������.,....   ,,,.���������      ^   ������"',>������W������t*������������������  Hat winter In any othor state Vrfi* In  tho larvao stage of dovulopmonli Jwnco. '  tho ntatomont that Michael gur-nnelle  caught a amall botUo full ol grasshoppers In the lower end of the town   on  Thursday, February 23, simply means  tlmt  the    --mrw'ra,,.���������    *,,    tuffltUntl-**  mild to allow tiiu 'hoppers' to hatch  Thr* fnot of rr-,,. -hor,p,,r., Mr,*: found  in I'obruary xhould go far to d-kjnrpve  any attempts to deprive tho Medkhie  Hat district of it* title to being SSI"? '  sidered the banana bolt of Canada. Tha  farmers In this section began seeding   ���������������  this week, and look forward confident]*������  tahyyeath"*- -*- ������-������*.;~i������ rrtirf  mmmmmjVmlmi*uum<nil*i>< ^*a*-  >. ,t,\   r *fe*.  ���������jV?*- '  A..k^.ifc..  IMua.V'B  irmmmmmaamm  mm  jaaamttrrtamitagviMJ -**���������**'- am- ~* ^ jl.mi.i-- wewmKasjrm jpit**m.m.-m.-****������ Alt j .I as sis ihw jbpj  WIP*M**PIAM*^  The Annual  Clean Up Sale  starts at the  LCOR NER IC ASH 1ST 0 R El '  SATURDAY,   July 22nd.  330"N T IMIISS IT  HUNDREDS OF fflUAMTS  ������J*ffffff|BJBSJBJBjBnXBJBjrfSJ^^  Pggs & Whyte.  $H.*$.iHn&er0cm. foQt>  ���������^ ^-axkwmjmammmTMmmmw    'V''  -r-r Advertiser* who want ttaelr *d  aHanged, should net copy tn by  9 a.m. day before issue-  The Editor will not be responsible for the  views, sentiments, or sny errors of composition of letter correspondents.  mmm^mmammltMtutMwmmWtMtmmm  #ob Work Strictly C. 0. *0.  Transient Ada Oath in Advance.  ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY.  Subscription. .$3 00 a year,  U*A. order ifoax the High School  pup$U be given every opportunity  to make their little precentation  junction to Mr SirapBon, the retiring  teaohor,,, a succesg, nearly every  thiol? was given free of charge. The  hall, the music, the piano, whioh  last was lent by a friend, Previous  to this, an instrument belongip/?  to Waitt & Co. which waa already  in the hall, .was engaged paid for  in mivaA���������16.00. When the  other itiitruraent was lu^ned how-  evar, the management waited on  the agent, and explained that this  had been done, and the hired piano  would not he required, of bourse expecting that the cat-h paid would  be refunded. Not bo however! that  $5 00 was kept, though the piano  wal not used. Thin may be clamd  as a special of oonfidenco triok, in  taking advantage of the inexperience of a committee of school girls,  ������������������������������������������-*-*������ WW-lft-f-'/p   111���������   ISWUBHIH"*-*-  Il is a bud aUvuriit-uu-ent for  Cumberland if it iran������pire������ that  Buch a oondiiion of affairs prevails  here as that wjiioh our Secretary of  Bobool Tru8teo������ has tram-acted in  giving hit signaVure as security for  money not earned to ennble a  Sohool master to over como his  financial difUoulties.  .Better a orank than a coward.  1���������. ...... Q...    ���������   Better an honest expounding nf  ���������olid oonviotlous, that Kiieakiness  and servility.  "The Sohool masters manual'1.  ���������������������������������������������������������������"*-''���������������������������������������������������������������������'������  Telegraphic     News  Victoria, B.C. 17th-The following candidates from CmnWrhuu1.  wero buecfift-ful in the High School  Entrance* lSxaniinnti'inr*;*--Total  nnmlior onnididntfrt 11, pawed A���������  Hanel J-rnnie'j'iy; fej<-am-r l\iui*\wt*e  Hlij Angus Muuro, 570, ZmhIi V.  Matthews 5lHi.  Courtney number of candidates  1 -������������8cd none.  v uwi, !>���������;��������������������������� aurr.^vr ��������������������������� -"���������nHW'ntr*-*  Hsced none.  a TuershurB, 18th���������M Witle  tne peace plan tun ten tiury said in  nn interview today that Jupaner-e  terms must be moderute or Ilufsia  will bo ready to continue the war  fhe Greet Baptiah tUaudv.  ������M������������nts mretowttrTjX  m%^amemH^l^eYmmxrf CW^W,t"rtesj  9*W wW'W^H'W Wvl% W^|r-^"������Wf wWw*  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  The only sato effectual mpnthly  -medicine on which women can  depend. Bold in two degrees ot  Btrength^No. 1, tor ordinary  cases, I'l per box; No. 8, JO de*  green stronger for Speoial  Oases, 13 per box. Sold by ail  drvogists. Ask for Cook's Cotton Koot Compound; take no  substitute.  The Cook Medicine Oo.,     Windsor, Ontario.  GO TO  CAREY  The TAILOR  :'THELICKIIB00T  FOR    BOYS       iHI   iitiH  ^  M  is a great, Boot for that  " harum-scarum " son oi  yours.  It is made of ali leather  and the best of findings,  to stand hard knocks.  Yet it is a graceful Boot,  loo, as Boys Boots go  Just as well made'and of  as honest leather as our  Men's Boots/  Tell your shoe dealer  that you want '* THE  LECKIE BOOT" and  look for the'** trade mark  on the sole.  MANUFACTURED  BY  J.L1CKIS, Co,, Ltd,  VANCOUVER B.C.  for your next Suit ot clothes.  ������������������Look at these Prices������������������  Pants   $3.00 up  Suite   $13.00 up  Overcoats $12.50 up  Style, Fit and Workmanship  guaranteed.  DAVtS  BLOCK.  for years if necesflttn*. Russia i������  not crushed as the Foreign l-rens  has led the world lo believe Her  Manchurian army is now nearly  double the strongth it originally'  was and is prepared fo assume the  aggtespive when the time comes.  London, 18tb���������Construction of  largest and most powerful battle  ship in Ihe world is about lo begin  Shu will cost $10,000,000 so h-mvily  will this vetwl be armed ihat she  will be i-qual io any two Iv-ulu  ships now afloat and her striking  power ai huoIi a ruripe as that ut  which the engagement .opened iti  the bat lie of Sea of Japan will be  as great an any three btnl'e ships  of Togos fleet, The displacement  will he 18.000 torn-. The Dread-  nought as she will he culled will  mount twelve 12 inch guns of the  latest type, throwing threo, 850  pound shells every two minutes.  The vessel will be driven by turbines and make 20 knots.  Vi'-toiia, ISih���������The crew of the  Bir. Quadra went on strike today  and left tbe steamer becatibo of ill  treatment by the mate.  Nanaimo, 18������h���������A special meeting i.f tho U. M. W. is called for  Thursday iiftt-rnnon whon Thomua  Burke will addref'B the miner* on  tin* insue It is also reported that  the first I'trUe p-y will in-disbursed  among the mon.  Nanaimo, 18t h���������The Sir. Tricolor  which arrived loduy nniifw uow������ ui  afninl accident vvnicii occnuis** un  the U. t>. light ship Umatilla, at en  trance to the BlruitH yesterday the  luiilur of thu lightship explo-ied kll-  ilti^  t������v*-,-.kal   iiiui T! v t IU' ';]!  was lying helplet-->ly adrift und the  Tricolor towed her to Neah Buy.  St Petersburg, ISth��������� Gen, Line-  vltch under yesterdays date reports  that tbe Jnpnii-'st- nre bombarding  Naibuclii on the southeast coast ui  the Inland of .*?-ikhalu������n.  Tokio, 17th���������It is oflically ie-  ported tint (ion. Linevilches forc������  numbers nesrlv 400,000 and it is  treporud that lit* is using watei  Itnnrtxorimhm Mi������������f,iiively to hritu? *  forward men, puppliea and su.uhi-  nil ion. j  iDoYouWaritl-  A PIANO? I  we Can Save  Money, For You  Fletcher \^ros������  93 GOVT   STREET      ���������  |YiGtoria, B.B.  ���������������������������-^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������f><*.  04'KVi-ift.  An Offer  Ho. All  Poorly  Paid   Men  To every man, anrl womriri too,  who Ik slrus'-Hng ftlon-" aoiHirnr, nil-  vnrHity, Htilvinn to ���������nalt- tho b'Ht  of ua nno'iifcnial position n d n  poor salixrv, the Tni'TnaHnntlCor*  ronpnn'lmiou Snlionls, the atPtulina  nnn aohipvonientu of whioh are  Nown ami honoiirod everywhere,  makes this offer! If ynu will iodi-  o.ito by a mark like thii) X on  the oriupon below, which oooupa-  von prefer, the I. O. S, will at  ita own oxpenso and without  obligation on your pari, show  ynu how it it not only possible,  lint actually easy for you to (inter that nnoupation, not as a poorly pitirl appronM-to, but with "all  the qualilloations nooonary to  ootnmand a Roor) sal try.  Have yononongh curiosity  to ask HOW?  International Correspondence]  Schools, Scranton Pa.  iiu.ii. ~-xU "Vu.lui'n*, L. C.  I'lcnti" (ixpltin, without fur������hi������r  ol������li**a|  $   tion on my part  how I nun f-ualify  tor u lii**i"������ii n.iliiiy in  I'ao p..-,j.  tion Iv'foi'e whioh   I   1'iivo  imnk.iil X    :    :    :    !  lloikkeeper  S enographer  Ail. Writer  8hnw card wrltvr  Window Trlm'r,  M������uh. Uraoghu'D  Or'iim, D������>������lg������ier  Hbi������*'ra������or  Oivil Service  rhi-aiist  T. xti'e Mill Supt  K <xi'ri.*is������.  Rlac. R.igin*������r  Te'cphoiiiiKnuii'wri  KU������!  Lighr'-r Supt  Meohan     Engineer]  Rui veyor  S'atii'it'y Rngloff11  Civil   Kiginro-I  BnildintrContrnoV  Aroliiteo'l l)rit'inai<  A'oViitfct  KtnMu'1. K<.gin������>frl  Bridge KnarDecrf  Por������;in������4i I'lurciWrl  Mining   Kn������ineer  Victoria PHOENIX  BEER  No Better Lager Brewed In America.  The Oldest Established Brewery in British Columbia.  offices    Victoria B- G-  Royal Barjk of Canada  Capital (paid up) ....$3,000,000  Reserve Fund  3,000,000  Undivided Pronts,,.     308,743  T. E. KENNY, President. E. L. PEASE, Gkneral Manage*  BRANCH AT-CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department:���������Deposits of $1 aud upwards received;   Interest allowed at current rates, compounded twice each year on 30th June and 31st December.  Drafts ou all points bought and sold. V  A. W. HYNDMAN, Manager.  OFFICE HOURS   10 to 3;    Saturday 1������ to 12; open   Pay Nights 7 p.m. to 9.pm  COALMINES REGULATION ACT.  NOTICE   Of   EXAMINATIONS.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  Examinations will be held for '2ud and  3r> Class Cert fioites of Competency undtr  the Provisions of the " Coal Mines Regulation Aot " on the 19;h and 20fch days of  July, 1905, commencing at the hour of 9.30  o'clock iu tne Forenoon.'  The Examinations will be held at Fernie,  Nanaiuio'and Cuinbvrluud.  Tlie Biibji'OtH will he as follows:���������  Second Class Candidates.  Miiiiuu Act und SpecialT-Cuies.  Mine Ua������seB  VentiLiUtm..  General Work.  Third Class Canbidati1;-!  Miuin'i! Act ami Sijecial Rules.  Mine Giisea and General Work.  Applications must be nude-to the under-  siguuii accompanied by their statutory  fee,  as followNj���������  By au a|jpticant for Second Clas? Exam-  iinitiou, $10,1)0  liy an applicaiaiit fur Third Class Examination, ������5 00  The applioa.tuii.is must bo aooompanU'd by  TcBtiinoiiiaU oi" Cortitied copion thereof,  (A) If a Cainbilato for Seoomi Class, ihat  he has had at least livo years experience in  or about the imuuii-t'l working of a Coal  Mine, (B) Il'ft Candidate for Third Clat-s,  that he hiiH hart at least threo years experience in or about tho practical working of a  Goal Mine.  BY OKDKU OP THIS BOARD  June .14th 1IW5  F'WNUW H Siiui'iu-iio, iSuorotary  Nanaimo B.C.  jy io  For Kalsominlng.'Paper-hanging  Glazing   and    Painting. n bee  rich'd. McGregor,  Cumberland Hotel:  TO CORE A COLD IN ONE DAY.  Tak LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab.  lets All druggiHtH refunil tno money if it  tails to cine. R, VV. Grove's signature is  ou each box,   25c,  ���������   '-������   ���������-������*attempt***m M-sums-sswri^-iin-\taammntte*rtwf*t***n*pv  House Lining and  Cheap John's,  Wall   Paper   at  Ladies Summor Undflrwnnr, in  Silk Little, BalhriKnan and funi-v  ootton Large agnortment At the Big  Slore  A  Fair  Trial  is *^&xjli -vKnB -a.s*k:  JU8T n clianoi-* o show you that  we ul ways please our customers'  by supplying them with the BEST  MEATS at thi* lowest market  prices.    A trial ordtr will convince  -yom  THE   CITY  Meat   Market,  W. W. McKAY, Proprietor.  Just received at C. H. Tarbirll's >v  fine asaoitmeiu of new flies lor  trout ti hiiiii.  A Guaranteed Gui-a f y- Piles  Itching, Ulinil, Rleediug or Pnitruding*  P.li-s. Druggists iefni.il money it PAZO  OINTMENT fails to cure uuy ua-ie, no mac  ter of huw-loug stunding, in (J to 14 days.  First application given e se ami rest. SOo.  If your di iikigist hasn't it semi 50o instaiupa  and it will be torwardod post-paid by Pari*  Mediciuo Co., St, Louis, Mo.  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Choicest Meats  Supplied at Lowest Market Price**  Vegetables  A Great Variety will  always be  in stook ;   also a supply of  Fresh Fish  will be on Salo every Wednesday  Your patronugo is cordially invited, and  All orders will be promptly delivered.  J.McPhee&Son  PUOt'HIKTORS,  9sm  t**^/wS*Vw\ywiw\*m\\*WwV*^^  ^r.-uiimi���������wwiwoti���������..���������., ���������������������������. .    .���������-  Fashion ble Tailor  will open in u H;w ii ty'.i iium Ux (,1k;  WHITNEY    BLOCK  A Full Line of Latest Goods to choose from J  Rrnnm Your Orders  Dunsmuir Avenue  Cumberland, B.C.  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